University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

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teemis i.H jar - .. S k -W 4 »i t i lis •:•■■ ■: 4 " ■ tetf . :--- " •■• ' ■ " I ufemisiaL Myram Borders Editor Elaine Zeitlmann Assistant editor Don Travis Business manager Bill Eddelman Assistant business manager ' $4] $. otfl a H Jtvfl Jfc i Mim, •• V v %$ m : : HTt ' fv. ' ' I ' ' M vi ill jfe VftS %18 r { 5£3S? , ' •- - ■ ' -SSP «- J ffiPW-2 siS ■JM tnJ mP 3 V ft r V - : -t ' ' . V.---. ; » Ite in M i . -• , ' ss v-«%r :vr--..« K $ 4 ■Mb JU, r , a - ' -■ Mi O if! J w 1 91 A - • 5s ' . it w±am 3 ff mW »P The University of Nevada library is a place to study or socialize, the freshman aren ' t sure. Silas Ross Hall is just one of the four new structures which will be in use next year at the University of Nevada. FORWARD Many years from today one will be able to look in retrospect at the school year ' 56-51 as one of many conflicts both nationally and internationally. While students attended classes this year, the Hungarians were fighting bravely for freedom from oppression, the mid-east was in turmoil and Nassar of Egypt made his bid for power, special sessions of the United Nations general assembly had front page headlines for months, race riots were common in the South, and President Eisen- hower carried all but seven states in the presidential election. Students at the college on the hill took part in America ' s Heritage of Freedom by an active par- ticipation in the national and state elections .... many voted and many campaigned . . Looking in retrospect will bring memories of friends, classes, and fun. Many years from today, however, the every day routine will have been lost in the unconscious and only the education received will maintain an uppermost place in life. The positions attained tomorrow by University of Nevada students will range from housewife to politician. Regardless of position these alert, free, educated minds are the safeguard of America ' s HERITAGE OF FREEDOM. This heritage will be preserved by the educated, and defended by the enthusiastic patriot. i " a« at. 5P! fl The most famous scene on campus is the quad which follows the plan of the University of Virginia. The statue of Mackay is looking in the direction of the Comstock load where he and many others made millions. _4 - r - If ' r ; ? ' ■ A Snow silences the routine of the day. One of the oldest buildings on campus is a reminder of the eight o ' clock bell, administrative offices and the history of the University. II TABLE OF CONTENTS Theme 2 Foreword 5 Dedication 9 Administration 10 Student government _ 26 Classes 38 seniors 40 juniors 48 sophomores 56 freshmen 64 Social 72 sororities 76 fraternities 84 Organizations 98 Activities 146 Sports 192 Advertisements 226 Calendar of events 278 Index 280 Swan song 288 «P!WPP ctadicafnon To the individuals and the spirit that is the University of Nevada, to those who have known this spirit and imparted it to others, to those who have educated and given students a heritage of free thought, and to those who will long remember with pride the college on the hill the ' 57 Artemesia is respectfully dedicated. ■ _MM Natural and man-made beauty are combined in the United States capitol, the administration center of the government. Freedom, the intangible . . . the moving, powerful force . . . from Greece, the magnificent cradle of man ' s quest for human dignity . . . it ' s hopes stirred the mind of man to new heights of thought and expression. 10 900 6.C atdnximsi-tLa ion 11 —55 55551 .i - ■WP HP OH To the Students and My Fellow Alumni The State of Nevada is the fastest growing state in the Union, percentagewise, and so, the University of Nevada is growing in one of the greatest periods of expansion. As we increase numerically so do our problems increase and the educational demands upon its only institution of high learning. Our growth all adds up to the fart that advancement thus far can be attributed to the faith Nevadans have in their school and the courage they are showing in meeting financial and moral obligatio ns as substantial citizens of the state. As we grow, our goal must continue to be that of educa- tion and leadership in all of our endeavors. For that leadership we look to and depend upon you. CHARLES H. RUSSELL, Governor. Governor Charles H. Russell executive ' s It has been said that what sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to a man. The philosopher, the saint, the hero, the wise, and the good, or the great, very often lie hidden and concealed in a plebian, which a proper edu- cation might have disinterred and brought to light. The purpose of this University is to enable each stu- dent to find and refine those worthy talents with which he is endowed. MINARD W. STOUT, President, University of Nevada. 12 A. C Grant Chairman Like any large business, the university needs good control and policy mak- ing. This is the job of the Board of Regents. They are elected by the peo- ple of the State of Nevada, and serve without financial reward. Bruce R. Thompson L. E. Lombardi, M.D. Roy A. Hardy Fred M. Anderson, M.D. 13 ■i mmm s ' - ' ' : " . • ' • William Carlson Dean of Student Affairs Garold Holstine Dean of the College of Education Ralph Irwin Dean of the College of Arts and Science Elaine Mobley Dean of Women ■•-,. . . ■■ ■ ' : ' . ' ' :;■ ,:■:■■ ' . " . :$? ' : ; ' ' S Joseph Moose Dean of the Research and Graduate School Qr ns The deans serve as co-ordinators between the fac- ulty, the President, and Board of Regents. Each dean, representing the head of a department, has a great responsibility, but it is never so great that they don ' t have the time to be Student ' s friends. fttftltQ lfelme er wmmamm Stanley G. Palmer Dean of Engineering Vernon Scheid Dean of the Mackey School of Mines Robert C. Weems, Jr. Dean of the College of Business Administration Doris Yingling Dean of the School of Nursing 14 James E. Adams Dean of the Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture a6 rru ru sfrtaf i ovl Administrative staffers are the people that get things done in every organization. Nevada is no exception for the University is a big business. To know how is to prosper, be it education or dollars. Samuel M. Basta Counselor in Student Affairs 1 Clarence E. Byrd Registrar and Director of Admissions Trinnie Erquiaga Secretary and Bookkeeper to the Graduate Manager Perry W. Hayden Comptroller Robert P. Laxalt University News Service Editor James McNabney Graduate Manager Alice Terry Secretary to the President and Board of Regents 15 facuLtq The well-trained faculty of the University of Nevada cement good student-faculty relations by imparting knowledge to us. Sharon, don ' t you ever listen to the prof? ?w % E. M. Beesley Mathematics Department William C. Bianchi Agriculture Department Lt. Col. R. L. Bereuter Military Department Verle R. Bohman Animal Husbandry Department C. K. Bradshaw Mathematics Department Charles R. Breese Civil Engineering Department Who is the bashful boy: G. A. Broten 16 Physical Education Department Harold Brown Education Department D. W. Cassard Animal Husbandry Department Capt. Harry Clark Military Department Watch out; it might bite! Sidney J. Claunch, Jr. Economics Department Howard Cords Agronomy and Range Management Department Donald G. Cooney Biology Department Alex Dandini Foreign Language Department What e il lurks behind these crazy hair-cuts. Willard F. Day Psychology Department M. W. Deming Chemistry Department Herbert A. Derfelt Education Department Ruth Hadley Donovan University Library Don W. Driggs History and Political Science Department L. E. Dunn 17 Agriculture Department wmmm f cuhbu Lloyd Drury Education Department Paul Eldridge English Department Evelyn P. Falk Mathematics Department 10 June Fant Secretarial Studies Department Howard Christensen Agriculture Education and Farm Mechanics Department Russell Elliott History and Political Science Department Roderick A Falk Chemistry Department John L. Fischer Agricultural Economics Department Charles E. Frank English Department Styles are getting shorter this year. 9 " Y Mabel L. Hanky Agricultural Economics Department Charles Roger Hicks History and Political Science Department Frederick Freeburne Music Department John R. Gottardi Foreign Language Department William Halberstadt Philosophy Department A. L. Higginbotham Journalism Department Robert M. Gorrell English Department Irving Hackett Agronomy and Range Management Department Jennie Harper Home Economics Department James J. Hill University Library 19 ■■■ ■■1 Harlan H. Holladay Art Department Major Frank E. Holt Military Department James Hoyt Accounting Department Edith Holmes University Library Marilyn J. Horn Home Economics Department Robert Hume English Department That looks easy. 20 A. Hutcheson History and Political Science Department Keiste Janulis Journalism Department Edwin H. Jensen Agronomy and Range Management Department Clare L. Johnson University Library Almost time for the bell — wake up, everybody! 1 Lowell L. Jones Biology Department Kenneth C. Keny Chemistry Department Are these the future Scripp Howards of the nation? Henry M. Kilpatrick Extension Service Mrs. Anne Kenny Library Earl W. Kersten, Jr. Geography-Geology Department Lawton B. Kline Foreign Language Department Floyd E. Kinsin er Agronomy and Ranue Management Barbara Lane Physical Education Department Ira La Rivers Biology Department E. R. Larson Geography -Geology Department 21 Dr. Miller is trying to find out where he is from. Joseph Lintz, Jr. Geology Department j J. E. Martie Physical Education Department Lon S. McGirk, Jr. Geology-Geography Department ■s William Keith Macy Music Department Malcolm E. McDonald Biology Department Robert McQueen Psychology Department Listen, you better give me a good evaluation 22 C. F. Melz Foreign Language Department Eugene M. Menke Electrical Engineering Department Rodney M. Mercado Music Department Walter E. Mientka Mathematics Department ! R. H. Miller Biology Department William C. Miller Speech and Drama Department R. J. Morris Chemistry Department George McMurray Foreign Language Department Burton C. Newbry Education Department Richard C. Orcutt Civil Engineering Department James S. Roberts History and Political Science Debarlmeiil Take off yours coats and stay awhile. Alden ). Plumley Business Administration Department Joseph H. Robertson Agronomy and Range Mathematics Department m Robert Roelofs Philosophy Department Ralph H. Rygg Chemistry Department Ruth Russell Physical F.ducation Department I. J. Sandorf Electrical Engineering Department H. J. Seim 23 Chemistry Department — fdvcuhbu C. M. Seufferle Agricultural Economics Department J. Craig Sheppard Art Department Wilbur S. Shepperson History and Political Science Department Dorothy M. Sidwell Home Economics Department Capt. Jack Singleton Military Department Donald Skabelund Physics Department Who wants to type 120 wpm anyway? David B. Slemmons Geology Department E. R. Slingland Journalism Department La Mar R. Smith Library 24 W. A. S. Smith Psychology Department Wm. I. Smyth Mining Department ,K Herman R. Storm Library W. G. Stucky Agriculture Extension M. L. Swift Home Economics Department Louis Titus R. N. Tompson Marjorie Tregea Agriculture Mechanic and Mathematics Department Agriculture Department Extension Engineer Patricia Tripple Home Economics Department Edward M. Vietti Business Administration He is too lecturing in English. Tom T. Tucker Education Department R. DeVerl Willey Elementary Education Department Joe B. Williams Agronomy and Range Management Loring R. Williams Chemistry Department Jacquelyn Wilson Physical Education Department Garland P. Wood Agriculture Economics Department R. E. Worley Physics Department J. R. Van Dyke Mechanical Engineering Department Edward Yates Art Department « mmmmm Student government ends here. Protecting the rights of individuals from the despotism of kings ... the Magna Charta, a tangible reality of man ' s v hopes, formed the bulwark against usurpation of man ' s J freedoms by the privileged few. 26 " yfcciderxfc- ofov mrtmgr!t 27 Chuck Coyle ASUN President Chuck Coyle, ASUN President, pre- sides over the Senate and Executive Committee. Acting as ASUN repre- sentative at public functions and supervising other executive matters, he still has time to be interested in individual student problems. A Sun- downer? Barbara Cavanaugh, ASUN Vice President, and president of the AWS Council, is also a member of the Executive Committee and is Deputy Chairman of the Senate. Barbara Cavanaugh ASUN Vice President 28 Operating under the executive branch of the ASUN Senate, the Executive Committee is composed of three senators, the ASUN Presi- dent, Vice President, and Secretary. Senators from each living group on campus, each college, the Stu- dent Union-Board and four senat- ors at large, compose this fillibust- ering organization. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — Row 1, L. to R: Diane Martin, Barbara Cava- naugh, Myram Borders. Row 2, L. to R: Bob Faiss, Chuck Coyle, Steve Dollinger. SENATE Row 1, L. to R: Jim Santini, Dick Deleissegues, Steve Dollinger, Diane Martin, Chuck Coyle, Barbara Cavanaugh, Charlotte Lemaire, Mar- garet Orr. Row 2, L. to R: Myram Borders, Bob Faiss, Jan Chiatovich, Chris Peschel, Max Botz, Josie Aufdermaur, John Ingram, Hank Rilling, Kathy Warner. 29 FINANCE CONTROL BOARD— L. to R: Bob Faiss, J i m McNabney, Kathy Warner, Dr. John Morrison, Diane Martin, Chuck Coyle and Professor Plumley. Hiring the graduate manager, approving committee budgets, controlling the ASUN Book Store and over- seeing the central treasury keeps the Finance Control Board busy and " powerful " . A com- plete revamping of restriction was enforced by the Board this year. Unearth the four required nomina- tions for the next election, Nominat- ing Committee! Dig! Dig Dig! Recreational Programs for the Stu- dent Union in the making! Many dances ? NOMINATING COMMITTEE— Front Row, L. to R: Kathy Warner, Margaret Orr, Josie Aufdermaur. Back row, L. to R: Braden Stauts, John Ingram. Don Travis Chairman of Student Union University NEVADA STUDENT UNION BLDG. omess of. WMUATE MAM STUDENT BODY PRE U.rfKSAGEBRU! UofN.ARTEMISlA 30 STUDENT UNION BOARD— L. to R: Tom Mark, Dick Deleissegues, Don Travis, Bob Hemphill, Mary Carol Jackson, Shelley Branch, Dick Bryan, Roger Bremner, Ed Olesen, Don Shuper, Ken Robbins. Inset: Don Travis, chairman. As ASUN Secretary, Diane Martin acts as " sec " to Chuck Coyle, the Senate, ASUN, Board of Publications, Board of Finance Control, and the Executive Committee. Marilyn Feathers, ASUN Historian, is responsible for keeping a history of campus events. You say all of the newspapers are cut up? Hmmmmm! i Diane Martin ASUN Secretary Marilyn Feathers ASUN Historian This year the women students got an extension of more uniform hours through AWS. AWS COUNCIL Row 1, L. to R: Karen Knudson, Pat Cordes, Virginia Dupes, Nedra Norton, Barbara Cavanaugh, Mary Carol Jackson, Myram Borders. Row 2, L. to R: Janet Matheus, Elaine Zeitlmann, Suzanne Schwartz, Gayle Sommer, Donna Holstine, Dean Elaine Mobley, Diane Oldenburg, Margaret Orr, Karhy Warner. 31 wmm SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE— Row 1, L. to R: Simmie Cooper, Jan Chiatovich, Peggy Folkes, Margaret Orr, Audrey Bernard, Jay Powell, Dan Sullivan. Row 2, L. to R: Beverly Ricketts, John Ingram, Pat Boland, Donna Fish- er, Bob Scott, Hank Ril- ling, Lynn Johnson. The Senior Prom and the Junior Prom were both items for the society page, but that Frosh- Soph Field Day! (Is lime really good for the complexion?) vfc §!% V JUNIOR CLASS COMMIT- TEE Row 1, L. to R: Cameron Samuels, Marie McDonough, Marva Edwards, Jo Ann Rogero, Vernon Pursel, Mike Dewees, Don Bernard, Bill Thornton. Row 2, L. to R: Chuck Fulkerson, Bob Hemphill, Dan Hulse, Vern Durkee. ; 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS COMMITTEE— Row 1, L. to R: Bill Keith, Gary Soule, Wally Boundy, Max Jones, Roger Bremner. Row 2, L. to R: Donna Soderstrom, Bonnie Stewart, Karen Knudson, Norma Jeanne Annett, Honor Jones. 32 FRESHMAN CLASS COMMITTEE— L. to R.- George Al- lison, Barbara Ruark, Anita Taylor, Jim Keech, Kress Harris, John Miller. The Rally Committee, under the supervision of Bill " Rah Rah " Eddelman, stages the after game dances and the pep rallies, which included the huge bonfire and snake dance during the Homecoming activities. The Men and Women ' s Upperclass Committees enforce freshmen rulings and all campus traditions. Are those scratchy Mackay Day beards really necessarv? RALLY COMMITTEE — L. to R: Barney Lujan, Braden Stauts, Harry Heck, Bill Eddelman, Ed Olesen, Jo Ann Rogero, Cameron Samuels, Evelyn Ruybalid, Sandy Nickel 1, Toni deReynier, Simmie Cooper, Marilyn Ferrari. Row 1, L. to R: Cameron Samuels, Sharon Johnson, Sandy Nickell, Mary Carol Jackson Rou 2, L. to R: Pat Cronen- berger, Charlotce Lemaire, Jo Ann Rogero, Lil Johnson. Vir- ginia Rump, Elaine Zeitlmann. MEN ' S UPPERCLASS COMMITTEE— Row I, L. to R: Braden Stauts, Larry Damon, Wayne Trewhitt. Row 2, L. to R: Max Botz, Dave Necco, Bob Smith, Bill Schroeder, John Darrah. Row 3. L. to R. Art Vaughn, Steve Dollinger, Ron Logar, Dick Deleissegues, Bill Adams. XI Who ' s Who at the U of N! Twenty-one outstanding seniors represented Nevada in the 56-57 edition of " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Grades of " C " or higher and qualities of leadership are only two of the requirements for Who ' s Who. William MacDonald wVuo ' s wHo Donna Fisher Eugene Espin 34 Diane Martin Dan Sullivan Walter Wiseman 35 ca r comrru o s PUBLICATION BOARD — Row 1, L. to R: Bruce Bledsoe, Hank Rilling, Dr. John Morrison, chairman; Diane Martin, Braden Stauts, Margaret Orr. Row 2, L. to R: Myram Borders, Don Travis, Pat Cordes, Chuck Coyle, Jim McNabney. Maintaining student publications, signing printing and photography contracts, and selecting the editor and the business manager of both the Artemesia and the Sagebrush, fall into the hands of the ASUN publication board. The Interfaith Council sponsors the " Relig- ious Emphasis Week " , which was held in the Spring, and works with the leaders of the individual religious organizations on campus. INTERFAITH COUNCIL L. to R: Reverend Richard Whitmore, Lou Sutton, Yvonne LeMaire. Marie Kurtz, Simmie Cooper, Frank Way, Reverend Gene Dunken. 36 ■d . Students come from all corners of the U of N campus to gather at eleven o ' clock on Thursday morning in the education auditorium or the new gym for another assembly organized and pre- sented by the assembly committee. From the annual Sundowners ' presentation to the Christmas assembly, all must first pass the " critical " eye of this organiza- tion. All elections, with the exception of queen election s, are supervised by the election committee. These committee members can be found frantically count- ing ballots while the students hound them incessantly for the returns. ASSEMBLY COM- MITTEE— Row 1, L. to R: Versie Eberle, Gayle Shipley, Karen Knudson, Anita Taylor, Carol Garden- swartz, R. H. " Dick " Bryan, chairman. Row 2, L. to R: Jan Chiatovich, Carolyn Braswell, Bob Hemphill, Row 3, L to R.- Dave Christensen, Rusty Crain, Don Rasmussen, Bob Stange, Dick Borto- lin, Jim Santini. " Where ' s my next line? " ELECTION BOARD — Row 1, L. to R. Penny Molineux, Sharon Johnson, Jo Ann Rogero, Mary Lee Ronnow. Row 2, L. to R: Gail Wooster, Cris Cufflin, Mike Dewees, Dennis Smith, Bob Hemphill. Row 3, L. to R: John North, Steve Dollinger, Dick Bortolin. ?,: — • .• ■ £s rAjR ' SS, -H V 8 . USs 95 ESsa ■■-{— " =-ws« R»f First in war first in peace, first in the hearts of his country- Sen, George Washington is honored here by every class of American people. To the shores of a new land men came . . . Plymouth Rock . . . stepping-stone to a long sought freedom ... a new way of life to be based on the belief in an omnipotent God.! 38 1 39 Dan Sullivan Senior Class President During the last four years at the University of Nevada, the 95th graduating class has seen many changes take place. Class members changed, faculties changed, and new build- ings appeared. Danny Sullivan led the class in a year of varied activities from Senior Week to the last dance of the year, the Senior Ball. % Jgal| H i Clark Adams Frank Aiello Walter Anderson Peter Artero Robert Atkin Josie Aufdermaur Robert Brown Donna Builer Robert Cann Arthur Carlson Barbara Cavanaugh John Chapdelaine Janice Chiatnvich Janet Chism Arthur Clayson Annie Lee Condie Ted Contri Simmie Cooper Chuck Coyle Edwin Crandall Gorden Cronenberjjer Patricia Cronenberger Dixie Crook n Eugene Espin Donna Fisher Peggy Folkes Jo Anne Garwood Richard Gillette EI wood Haggerty Gertrude Halvorsen George Hamamoto Stewart Hampton Charles Handley Gordon Hansen 12 Lee Hansen Charles Harrison L. E. Haw ley George Hellerich Milton Holstrom Merlyn Hoyt Gerald Hunt John Ingram James Hill Lee Holland Roger Iveson Gregory Jeanharl Lynn Johnson Rodger Johnson Deane Jones 13 ■B | ■ ll T ■ It w 1 1 1 1 IPLsJH HS J jP 1 1 1 1 I L B § 1 Donald Lane Duane Laubach SB! I I John Leach Charlotte Lemaire Ronald Logar Patrick Mahoney I Lewis Lohr ( Milton Manoukian Mike Marfisi Thomas Mark Charles Marsh Diane Martin John Mayeroff U ' John Meder K± ) !Cfr Don Odel I Margaret Orr Joanne Ortiz Joe Patridge Robert Pearson Charles Perkins Ann Crunin Petrini Glen Piretto Philip Plant Harold Plummer Louis Porta 45 Donald Ricketts Henry Rilling James Schenk Robert Scott Melvin Sharp Kathleen B. Wai te Brian Whalcn George Wilkinson Walter Wiseman George Woodward Frederick Young £■■- Louella Matheus Roxanna Miller Diane Oldenburg Beverly Ricketts Anita Munoz Wagner Gay Hansen : Dave Cardinalli Kathi Christensen Peggy Cimijotti Dale Clark Elmo Bradley Shelley Branch Kaleo Brandt Gary Brock Being upperclassmen for the first time was more work than the juniors had anticipated. Decorating for the junior prom and play- ing host at the junior-senior breakfast in the spring took time, but every one had fun and the dance was a success. The class had an active year under the leadership of Bill Thornton and are soon to be the graduating class of 1958. Wynona Bromley Marilyn Brooks William Brown Barbara Buigess Larry Burke Clydie Clayson Gerald Cobb Albert Cooper Richard Corbaley Clay Costello Robert Coughlin John Crain VUVUOXZjS ' Joseph Crook Cris Cufflin Carl U. Dahl k rfj Clay Darrow Larry Damon Dick Deleissegues Kenneth Dennison Toni deReynier Steve Dollinger Donald Draper Stan Draper Virginia Dupes Vern Durkee Bill Eddelman Marva Edwards Joseph Ellison Bob Faiss Angeline Farros Marilyn Feathers Robert Ferrari Robert Ferraro John Flynn Dale Fraser Ken Fujii ii MJAd i Charles Fulkerson Nick Garro Theresa Gibson Charlotte Gleason Paul Grabowski Harold Hansen James Hart Bob Hauser John Hawkins Patricia Heehs Bilbo Helms Robert Hemphill Cynthia Heth Donna Holstine Steele Houx Daniel Hulse Louis Hutchison Mary Carol Jackson Robert W. Jackson Robert Jeffers Joe Johnson Martin Johnson Sharon Johnson Fred Jonasen Bill Kearney Nora Kellogg Don Kissig Marie Kurtz Suzanne Kuypers Jim Laporte Jeannette Lathrop Patricio Lavin Helen Lenz Bob Lewis Dorothy Lewis Joyce Lindsay Connie Long Carl Looney Gary Lundergreen David Adams Carol Adamson Evelyn Ames Dick Ankers Mary Ann Tonini Nancy Arnold Al Ashberg Lucille Atkinson Spiros Anastassatos Norma Jeanne Annett Justine Antoine LeRoy Arrascada Janene Assuras Robert Autry 56 Max Jones Sophomore Class President Richard Bryan Harry Brown D. Roger Bremner Jack Boyd Wallace Boundy Sue Bouck Jack Bosta Thomas Buschke Maurice Borgna James C. Aylworth Robert Burns Larry Burke John Bullis k. kJ Ai ki M Ci-rf A Marshall Borgna Gavle Booth Ben Bingaman, Jr. Dewey Berscheid Craig Bell Gary Beard Belinda Bailsman Anthony Bastanchury Raymond A. Bailey- Dan Bagliazo Kay Calvin Trudy Caddel David Cannon Marian Cappuro Though smaller than last year ' s enrollment, the sophomore class again took an active part on the campus. The Frosh-Soph Field Day, and ' Mad Hatter " Dance started things off, and the ball kept rolling under the leadership of Max Jones, president of the Class of ' 59. Clay Carlson Nancy Chandler Caroline Chappelle Felicia Chappellet David Christensen Phil Cirves John Clark Bill Clarke Mike Cleary Richard Coatney Wuanita Combs Ed Comer 57 Jeanne Condrey Donna Cook Jim Corica Ruth Corsiglia Marcia Craig Al Creel David Cutler Evert Dale John Dangberg Lawrence Dawsen Marsha- Jo Demorest Clifford Devine Doug Dobson Pat Dunn sophomorxj s- 58 Joe Firoved Gary Foster Bob Firth Jim Fitzgerald Carol Francy Charles Evans Ted Evans Susan Evjen Marilyn Ferreira BiUEllisen Yvonne Erb Joyce Etchebarren Nadine Edmondson AjFA ■JUL A Larr Frantzen Leslie Mack Fry Warren Gibson Ronald Gott Cari Guth Carolyn Hall Don Hare Robert Fricke Carol Gardenswartz Dick Golliher Judy Grafton Gwenlyn Guinn Richard Hamilton Dave Harris Carol Hardy Karen Harvey Nancy Hays Joann Heater Harry Heck Nancy Heehs William Henderson Adam Hidish Keith C. Holland Helen Hopper Richard Hughes Harry Hussey 59 Marilyn Jensen Ronald Jones Kathleen Karstens James Kees Roy Kidder Janie Kottinger Sam Joksick Jim Joyce Tom Keegan Bill Keith Don Kitts Karen Knudson Wayne Kramer Pat Lamoreaux Sherry Longero Iveson Walter Looney Raymond Little " Charles McVey 60 Colleen McMahon Patricia McCulley James McCollum Laura MacPhee John MacDonald Richard Landingham Gerald Larson Warren Lerude Richard Lewis John Locke i 14LA Myrna Mack Anka Markovich Phinnie Marsh Janet Matheus Peter Menicucci Deana Merling Ann Merryman Peggy Meyer Dave Middlebrook Ray Midzor William Moody Mickey Moran Robert Morrill Deanne Munk Robert Neighbors Jerry Nicholson Jane Nightingale Barbara Nordman Nedra Norton Kenyon Oakberg Joe Ortiz Frank Oxborrow Angelo Pappas Jgfe f Jarold Pepple iA David Persons Helen Peterson Ellen Piehl h Ed Piper 61 ■m Dale Prevost Jan Priest Virginia Pucci Clark Reber Del Rice Edith Rittenhouse Henry Rodeen Glenda Price Dave Pruett Jim Randall Kaye Reid Richard Richards Cynthia Robertson Lloyd Rohr Robert Scott Bob Scholes Edrie Schwake Nancy Schweis John Seeliger 62 Honor Settelmeyer Jones Gayle Shipley Judy Sikora Bob Sillery Evangeline Smith Clyde Sabala Norman Saferite Jim Santini Letitia Sawle Mary Lee Ronnow Bruce Rossman Janice Rowntree Wally Rusk Steve Rucker I I Murdock Smith Tippy Smith Donna Soderstrom Gary Soule Bonnie Stewart Donald Stew art Garry Stone Beverly Tanner Pat Thiery Jerry Tobin Ray Trease Pat Turner Sam Vaughan Patricia Vessey Bill Viani Delores Watson Don Watts Sandra Weiss LeRoy Wentz 4F John West David Wheeler Louanne Wheeler Edith Widner d Harlan Wilson wP S " ' Jack Wilson fe Joyce Wilson ' ? . Tom Winchester .Jffifr ' M fe Ed Wishart Bill Witt Dave Wood Richard Wright Tilton Zumwalt Cathy Zimmermii 63 k- ■WMHH ■H Darla Aimone Lester Albright Gary Alexander JoAnne Allen Grace Antonelli George Ancho -- Donald Anderson Larry Ball Janet Balmain Donald Bankofier Glenda Bankofier Warren Barlow Hugh Barnhill Richard Barsanti Gary Bartlett Frances Beer Roberta Bellino Marcia Bergevin t W Linda Bergin Ted Berrum Jean Best ju sKm ru George Allison President After the hassle of registration, painting the N, " swimming " in the lake, and obtaining names on " hello " tags, the freshmen settled down to a suc- cessful year under the leadership of George Alli- son. The class handled the high school presidential convention during April. Oh yes, the frosh also won the soph-frosh field day tug-of-war. Vibeke Beyer Dan Bishop Cynthia Black Catherine Blackman Jack Blake Jim Blakely Melvin Borden Douglas Bourne Elizabeth Boyd Ron Bradley Ralph Bradley Frank Brainard Pete Breen Gay Brennan Ron Broderdorf Gerald Brown John Brown Marion Brueckner Nancy Brumage Judy Buck Clayton Burkholder Deanna Buonamici Donald Butts Fred Byington Robert Cairns William W. Campbell Rich Capurro Agnes Estelle Carley Fred Carlson Sonja Carlson Betty Chism Carol Christiansen Dolores Chambers Jack Christiansen Frank Clawson Perry E. Clevenger Charles Clock Diann Coate Marian Coate Pat Coffin Dee Dee Colton Rod Cook Elmer Cottam Mike Connor William Count Betty Couch Jim Cress Don Cronin Lyle Damon Nancy Damon Bob Deleray Richard Dillman Frank Donathan Dick Dorworth David Downs Joan Drisdale Del Driver Joanne Dumble Ann Dwyer Versie Eberle Betty Edmondson Randy Edwards Gerald Eggers Karen Gaffney Joan Gallagher Barbara Galeppi Jim Gardner Larry Gedney Patsy George Ray Gentry Christina Gibson Ron Gifford John Gisclon Elinor Glenn Mary Louise Glenn Gayle Hall Marilyn Hall Emmy Haul Novella Hargett flp % Kress Harris j Marge Hartman Gordon Harward Phillip Haug Janet Hayden Fred Haynes Paul Hauser Selda Kay Hicks Ellen Hines Michael Hogben Wayne Hoover Mj rna Howard Barbara Houghton BilJi jean Hudson Richard A. Hughes David Hansen Nancy Hansen Diana Ince Ginger Ivers Anne Johns Betty Jane Johnson Denny Jones Larry Jordan MMWHBM Roger Joseph George Kasunic Kay Kelly Patricia Kelly Marius Kendall Sandy King Ronald Kirn Grant Kirman Noel Knight Carol Kubler Loreto Lebate Gordon H. Legge Lew Le Vitt Dan Lindeman John Linscott Ruth Longero Frank Lopez Charles Luzier Richard Maffi Clyde Mandeville Theresa Mariani Len Marrs Lynn Miller Marjorie Miller Roger W.Mills Carolyn Minetto Rita Miolini Jerry Moon Donald Moore Mary Morton ■ Ron Munk Robert Muran Dave Nash Ted Nickolich Bruce Niles Fred H. Nye Farrel Overholser Annette Owen Diane Pahor Donald R. Parke Grace Payne Dave Pellerito d MlA fi i TJ Jack E. Rankin Jim Reed John Regnell Louis Reitz Lee Renner Virginia Revert Pat Reynolds Kris Rhodes Kaye Anne Rowland Sharon Rose Kristin Roper William Rountree J L Penny Pemberton Mary Penovich Lynn Peterson Edward Petroni Nancy Petrini Michael Sasse Richard Sauer Robert Schenk De Armond Sharp Bob Shoemaket Faye Smith Loralee Smith Michael Smith Sharon Sorenson jT sKvn nL Lois Rothschild John Roberts Pat Roberts Roger Brock Robinson Roy K. Robison Jack Rogers June Rodgers Ransom Richards Sally Riley Jean Rivkin Barbara Ruark Sonya Sanford Judith Stammer Shreve Stanwood Carol Stever Sharon Stiff Janice Strawn Donald Stoker Barbara Swart Jolene Swearingen Anita Taylor Jane Taylor Sharon Teglia Ed Thomas ; l Noel J.Thorne Kathleen Tilman Carol Titus Don Trimble Darlene Trulove Ron Truman David Upquist Gerald L ' pham Judith Vasconcelos Sam Waggoner Vernon VX ' agner Charles Walker - V iyk Bill Waldman Ann Warren Georgie Weaver John Wellington James Westfield Rosalind Weyant Tom Whitaker Sharon White Don Wilhoite Victor C. Williams Delbert Wilson Danny Winte At Jl Deanna Woodliff Rita Diane Woods Sharon Workman Wayne Worthington Charles York Shelia Zail Bill Zamboni Donna Zidek An ovation 72 73 " ■ Under President Audrey Bernard, the Panhellenic Council very successfully initiated a new quota- limitation system during the fall rushing. The sororities are coordinated by " pan hell " which has presidents and rush chairmen from each sorority as members. Audrey Bernard President Simmie Cooper Donna Fisher Marie McDonough Margaret Orr 4 Joanne Ortiz Jay Powell Beverly Ricketts Gayle Sommer 71 courtciL Gary Brock presides this year. The council con- trols and coordinates the compus ' s six fraternities. At the Interfraternity bean feed in the fall the council awards the prized Kinnear trophy as well as scholarship and improvement awards. Gary Brock President Bob Jones Don Cutler Bill Kearney Thomas Richardson Robert Scott 7 r Margaret Orr President AAA Tri-Delts started the year with a bang boasting three queens. . Military Ball, Homecoming, and Lambda Chi-Crescent queens. The skit in the Wolves Frolic copped the trophy for the best sorority skit. Bragging about their new house mother is a common occurrence. Their favorite word BONG! Tri-Delta was the gracious hostess to many homeless Pi Phi ' s in the middle of the year. Grace Antonelli Janene Assuras Josie Aufdermaur Roberta L. Bellino Elizabeth A. Boyd Wynorta Bromley Janice Brown Judy Buck Trudy Caddel Diann Coate Pat Dunn Marva Edwards Angeline Farros Marilyn Ferreira Carol Gardenswartz Gwenlyn Guinn Christina Gibson Theresa Gibson Charlotte Gleason Irmalee Gray Carolyn Hall Claudia Hall 76 Nancy Petrini Beverly Read Cynthia Robertson Evengeline Smith Sharon Sorensen Barbara Swart Anita Taylor Carol Titus Mary Frances Tucker Pat Turner Delores Watson Gail Wooster Nancy Hansen Cynthia Heth Ginger Ivers Sherry Longero Iveson Mary Carol Jackson Marilyn Jensen Honor Settlemeyer Jones Kathleen Karstens Janie Kottinger Pat Lamoreaux Jeannette Lathrop Helen Lenz Joyce Lindsay Diane Martin Ann Merryman Carolyn Minetto Penelope Molineux Patricia McCulley Sandra Nickell Nedra Norton 77 Donna Fisher President Marian Capurro Marie Carano Felicia Chappellet Janice Chiatovich Wuanita Combs Ruth Corsiglia Carol Christiansen Patricia Cronenberger Nancy Damon Joan Drisdale Virginia Dupes Joyce Etchebarren Olivia Forsythe Carol Francy Barbara Galeppi Emmy Hanf Karen Harvey Ellen Hines Donna Holstine Noel Knight Laura MacPhee Rita Miolini Barbara Nordman Connie Phalen Gamma Phi housed many outstanding women on campus this year. Jan Chiatovich took one of the leads in " Kiss Me Kate, " Charlyne Reid won the Nevada wool contest, Donna Fisher and Jan Chiatovich were Who ' s Who, and Gayle Sommer takes over Panhellenic presidency in May. " We ' re Off to Beat the Waves " was the slogan of the homecoming float, and " Norway, the Cradle of Skiing " was the title of the winter carnival deco- ration. The Gamma Phi ' s took dance attendance at the Snow Ball. Charlyne Reid June Rodgers Mary Stevenson Sharon Workman Pat Reynolds Loralee Smith Patricia Vessey JoAnn Rogero Jane Taylor -1 79 Evelyn Ames Janet Barton Frances Beer Linda Bergin Jay Powell President KA0 Caroline Chappelle Betty Chism Kathi Christensen Peggy Cimijotti Dee Dee Colton Lynn DeLong Susan Evjen Peggy Folkes Jeanie Freeman Elsa Freitag Karen Gaffney Elinor Glenn Gayle Hall Kress Harris Janet Hayden Nancy Heehs Janet Ferrel Pat Cordes 80 i Barbara Heward Mary Lee Metzker Sharon Johnson Karen Knudson Charlotte Lemaire Marjorie Mead Lynn Miller Marjorie Miller Janis McDonald Marie McDonough The Theta ' s converted from a square elephant to a round egg and won this year at homecoming. The house of skiers of last year have added even a few more pledges ... to the ski team. Busy AWS presi- dent, Barbara Cavanaugh, is a KAT. Penny McMullen Kaye Reid Margaret Stodieck Rita Diane Woods Jane Nightingale Mary Lee Ronnow Jolene Swearingen Cathy Zimmerman Sonya Sanford Gloria Urriola 81 lTB i Beverly Ricketts President Belinda Bausman Marcia Bergevin Audrey Bernard Joan Heater Jean Best Myram Borders Kay Calvin Nancy Chandler Marsha- Jo Demorest Toni deReynier Ann Dwyer Marilyn Ferrari Joan Gallagher Cari Guth Marilyn Hall Nancy Hays Sandra Hesse Selda Kay Hicks Myrna Howard Lillian Johnson ; 552 Nora Kellogg Kay Kelly Sandy King Carol Kirrene Suzanne Kuypers Myrna Mack Carolyn McGowan Theresa Mariani Pi Bera Phi, the " hottest " sorority house on campus this year, had its members scat- tered among the other sorority houses while the house was being repaired after the fire. Women wearing arrows were Pan Hellenic president. Women ' s upper class chairman, AWS vice president, and the yearbook editor and assistant. Incidential- ly, what happened to " Little Toot " at homecoming? Barbara Ruark Virginia Rump Joan Sawle Letitia Sawle Gayle Shipley Judith Stammer Sharon Stiff Sharon Teglia Louanne Wheeler F.laine Zeitlmann Louella Matheus Roxanna Miller Mary Morton Deanne Munk Joanne Ortiz Penny Pemberton Delores Phalen Sally Riley 83 ■ warn ATX1 Albert A. Alcorn Spiros Anastassatos Richard Arden Larry L. Ball Sam Beeghly Don Bissett Marshall Borgna Maurice Borgna Roger Bremner Richard H. Bryan Robert Burns Rich Capurro Dave Cardinalli Gerald Cobb Rod Cook Jim Corica Chuck Coyle Del Driver Vern Durkee Leroy Eide Robert Scott President Eugene Espin Charles Evans John D. Frantz Leslie Mack Fry Nick Garro Lee Hansen Dave Harris James L. Hart John Hawkins Fred Haynes Harry Heck Bilbo Helms Richard A. Hughes Richard S. Hughes 84 These are the bowery boys who also go for coconuts. In between their antics the hairy chested men threw a successful Christmas party for under privileged children and their helpful initiates per- formed all sorts of " good deeds " . The campus was led this year by ATO, Chuck Covle. Sam Joksick Roy Kidder I.oreto Lebate Lew LeVitt Bob Lewis John Locke Phinnie Marsh Dino Martini John Meder Peter Menicucci John Miller Norman Montelatici Jerry Moon Jack Moyle George Nelson Mark Nicklanovich Dave Pellerito Jarrold Pepple Del Rice Clyde Sabala Jim Santini John Seeliger James Sloan John Sibbald Murdock Smith Ernest Soumbeniotis Garry Stone Noel J. Thorne Donald Ray Travis Ray Trease Bill Viani Joe Viani Charles Walker George Wilkinson Harlan Wilson Bill Witt Bill Zamboni Tilton Zumwalt Thomas Richardson President Phi Sig members had to move out of the house second semes- ter because of the destruction caused by the fire on Febru- ary 4. " Under a Blanket of Blue " was the title of the unusual homecoming skit which they pro- duced. The Hawaiian Christmas formal was a success as well as the annual Thanksgiving dinner. Bob Stange and the " jam ses- sions " continued even after the house was destroved. Donald Anderson Wallace Boundy Elmo Bradley Harry Brown Joe Firoved Gary Foster Warren Gibson Dick Golliher David Hansen L E. Hawley Paul Hauser o : Ed Piper Mustafa Shishakly Donald Shuper Robert Stance Dennis Smith Don Stewart Thomas Murie Danny Winter Walter Wiseman Schilling Heinz Robert Hemphill James Hill Gregory Jeanbart Joe Johnson Patricio Lavin Ed Olesen Robert Pearson Lynn Peterson 87 ■ Bill Kearney President William Campbell David Cannon Charles Clock m Bill Adams George Allison Ed Alvarez Richard Barsanti Don Bernard Ted Berrum Ben Bingaman, Jr. Melvin Borden Richard Bortolin Ron Broderdorf Clay Costello Robert Coughlin Jim Cress Carl Dahl Doug Dobson Steve Dollinger Gerald Eggers Ted Evans James Grigsley Elwood Haggerty Stewart Hampton Steele Houx The house of music has continued its sere- nades this year. Their " Rub-a-Dub-Dub " took the trophy at Homecoming. They house the freshman and sophomore class presidents. The songsters also have time for Indian and Arabian dances. Art Vaughn Robert Prida Jack Rankin William Rountree Max Jones Don Kissig Wayne Kramer j Richard Landingham Jim Laporte Gordon Legge Richard Lewis Ronald Logar Richard Maffi Joe Mangrum Walter Mac Kenzie Tom McCann Charles Mcvey Edward Petroni Bruce Rossman ' ' % ' Steve Rucker Norman Scoggin Buster Sewell Duane Smith Shreve Stanwood Braden Stauts 89 Dick Ankers Bob Autry Dan Bagliazo Donald Bankofier Lonnie E. Barne Hugh Barnhill Sigma Nu, as usual, houses many cam- pus leaders . . senior class and junior class presidents and Block " N " . The snakes took matters into hand at home- coming this year and walked away with the skit, cross country, and dance attend- ance trophies. Joseph Crook David Cutler Larry Damon Lyle Damon Clay Darrow Lawrence Dawsen Bob Deleray Clifford Devine Mike Dewees Richard Dillman Frank Donathan Dick Dorworth Bill Eddelman Brent Fabbi Gary Bartlett Jack Batchelder Craig Bell Eugene Belli Jim Blakely Jack Bosta Douglas K. Bourne John Brown Fred Byington Jack Christiansen Ed Comer Mike Connor Ted Contri John Crain Don Cronin 90 z:n Bob Jones President te Robert Ferrari Robert Ferraro Bob Firth John Flynn Robert Fricke Jim Gardner Ron Gifford John Linscott Ronald Gott Harold Hansen Tom Harris Charles Harrison Carl Looney Bob Hauser George Hellerich Dick Henry John Ingram Walter Looney Lynn Johnson Martin Johnson Denny Jones Don Kitts Gary Lundergreen Warren Lerude ,$ns v 91 Johnnie Madariaga Mike Marfisi Len Marrs Ray Midzor William Moody Donald Moore Robert Morrill Patrick Morris Sidney Muck Thomas Murdoch Dave Nash David Necco Ted Nickolich Jim Nightingale John North Joe Ortiz Frank Parker Donald R. Parke Joe Patridge David Persons Russ Pike Glen Piretto Harold Plummer Louis Porta William Priest 92 Dale Prevost Bill Provin Dave Pruett Vernon Pursel Louis Reitz Roy K. Robison Wally Rusk Bob Scholes Carl Shaff Bob Sillery Charles Smith Dean Smith George Smith Michael Smith Robert Smith Donald Stoker Dan Sullivan Howard Swart Ed Thomas William C. Thornton Gene Timmons Jerry Tobin John Tollefson Wayne Trewhitt Raymond Tucker John Urizar Vernon Wagner William Walbridge David B. Wheeler Jerry Williams Ron Wilson The stray greeks on campus participate in all activities with enthusiasm. Stray greeks are members of social greek organizations not represented on this campus. Clark Adams Sigma Phi Norma Jean Halstead Alpha Omicron Pi Sue Phillips Alpha Omicron Pi Don Rasmussen Delta Chi Gay Hansen Sigma Kappa 93 James C. Aylworth Warren H. Barlow John Boone Max Botz Phil Cirves Mike Cleary Perry E. Clevenger Richard Corbaley Gordon Cronenberger Cris CufFlin John Darrah Donald Draper Don Cutler President Joseph Ellison Tom Frost Charles Fulkerson Larry Gedney Keith C. Holland " 4 i ,it i 91 The men of the snake and crossed swords turn pirate every year. They hold inter- chapter ski meets, elect their dream girl, and continually have a good time. The Theta Chis have a serious side as well and have many hardworkers in campus activities. Richard Sauer Robert H. Scott Gary M. Soule Don Trimble Ron Truman Gerald Upham Darrell Wane Malcolm Earle Wilsor, Dave Wood George Woodward fi % Lee Holland t ' ayne Hoover W Fred Jonasen y whm Larry Jordan Richard Madsen Patrick Mahoney Clyde Mandeville John Middlebrook Roger W. Mills Robert Muran Bruce Niles Clark Reber John Regnell Jack Rogers Norman Saferite N 95 AXA Walter Anderson LeRoy Arrascada Marvin Baker Gary Beard Gary Brock President John Clark Richard Coatney Al Creel Dick Deleissegues Kenneth Dennison David Downs Randy Edwards Richard Ellis Stan Draper Bob Faiss Charles Foster Bernard Fumagall John Gisclon Carl Gross Richard Hamilton Don Hare Gordon Harward Merlin Hoyt Roger Iveson Tommy Jayo James Keech 96 Ronald Moroni Bill MacDonald Fred Nye It seems that these boys lost a traditional vic- tory bell this year and the brothers traveled en masse to retrieve it from San Jose. Have all the girls noted that this is where the Home- coming king resides? Kenyoa Oakberg Neil Romero Don Odell Robert Schenk Thomas Ormsby Bill Schroeder Farrel Overholser DeArmond Sharp Russell Quinnell Charles Smith Jim Reed Don Stewart Wayne Worthington John Roberts David Upquist Sam Vaughan John West James Westfield Don Wilhoite Tom Winchester Charles York 97 . £ il Villi Organization is epitomized in the structure of the pentagon. Amid the blood-soaked streets a tyrannical aristocracy • rode to a swift justice. . . " Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, , or Death. . . " an eternal cry of an oppressed people arousing their innate desire for freedom. 98 99 Pat Cordes President Barbara Cavanaugh Pat Cordes led this society of senior women — an honorary organization founded by Dr. James Church. Qualifications for membership are a 2.7 overall average and being president of a campus organization. Sponsor Dean Mobley enjoyed the banquets as did the members. Simmie Cooper Donna Fisher Beverly Ricketts 100 James Bright pVn Icappa y Yi These students worked hard for four years to earn membership in Phi Kappa Phi. Hours and hours and more hours of study brought them the high scholarship averages necessary for initiation. Scholastic interest and initiative are a must. Yvonne Thornton Margaret Stodieck Jo Anne Garwood Clark Jones Robert Pearson Joan Sawle NOT PICTURED: Charles Arnold, Denise Dwyer Hawkins, Warren Hultberg, Robert Jones. 101 ■ ■p Young Democrats were busy during the fall semester " politick- ing " for winners Senator Alan Bible and Congressman Walter Baring. President Jim Hart was also a winner— elected County Commissioner of Storey County. Members ushered at Senator Kennedy ' s convention, and round-table political debates, movies, and speeches were features of the Tuesday night meetings. OFFICERS: Barbara Cavanaugh, vice-president; Jim Hart, president; Senator Alan Bible; Nora Kellogg, secretary. yocinqf 6 anocttai-s Jim Hart President Row I, L. to R: Nora Kellogg, John Flangas, Mrs. Katherine Mayhew, Senator Alan Bible, Bill Morris, Helen Friel, Bill Friel, Jim Hart. Row 2 L to R- Frances Breen, Joan Gallagher, Ruth Longero, Kris Rhodes, Ernest Soumbeniotis, John Tollefson, Pat Culver, Phil Hannifin, Bev Read, Joan Sawle Judy Kautz Dixie Crook Cameron Samuels, Simmie Cooper, Don Travis, Dorothy Caffrey, Barbara Cavanaugh. Row 3, L. to R: Rick Anderson, Dave Lowe, Bob Ferraro Bill Macdonald Pete ' Breen, Harr.et McPartland, Fred Carlson, Charles McPartland, Stan Arnold, John Gisclon, Jim Keech, Bob Faiss, LeRoy Arrascada, Steve Do ' llinger, Chuck Coyle. ♦ it Row 1, L. to R: Ralph Cassaza, Walt Wiseman, Susie Kuypers. Bev Wiseman. Mr. Les Fry, John Carlson, Wayne Pierson. Row 2, L. to R: Belinda Bausman, Elaine Zeitlmann, Diana Ince, Irmalee Gray, Christina Gibson, Kathy Christensen, Bob Hemphill, Ross Sargent. Rou 3, L. to R. Allura Nason, Virginia Rump, Estelle Carley, Cynthia Black, Pat Kelly, Gay Hansen, Penny Moli- neux. Row 4, L. to R: Pat Davis, Sharon Stiff, Deanne Munk, Jacquelyn Hunt, Roxanna Miller, Marsha-Jo Demorest, Elaine Steiner, Noel Knight, Mary Stevenson, Darla Aimone, Suzanne Schwartz, Jane Taylor, Emily Hanf, Rita Miolini, Kress Harris. Raw 5, L. to R: Bob Scott, Carl Gross, Roger Joseph, Robert Jewkes, Tom Mark, Vernon Pursel, JoAnn Rogero, Carl Shaff, Sharon Johnson, Ronald Gott, Louis Porta, Margaret Batchelder, Ed Comer, Bill Moody, Penny McMullen, Loralee Smith, Karen Gaff- ney, Claudia Hall, Don Sullivan, Marjorie Miller, Jan Chiatovich, Dennis Smith, John Ingram, John Clark, Duke Alston, Neil Romero, Jim Keech, Dave Christensen. Walt Wiseman President yourto- T epuBLtcans- OFFICERS: John Carlson, vice-president; Suzanne Kuypers, treasurer; Walt Wiseman, president; Beverly Wiseman, secretary. ■■■■■ A T.V. " tally rally " brought in favorable results for this group on election night. Bev Wiseman was elected national committeewoman and Susie Kuypers is the Young Republican state secretary. An annual chicken dinner at the governor ' s mansion was held in February. This organization which boasts the largest membership of all Y.R. college clubs was led by Walt Wiseman. The Annual Press and Government din- ner honoring Cliff Young and Alan Bible was Sigma Delta Chi ' s first-semes- ter political function. A follow-up the second semester was an " off-the-record " meeting with legislators in Carson City. This honorary journalism fraternity pub- lished the first edition of the " Razz- berry " in 2$ years on April 1. Hank Rilling was kept busy presiding at meet- ings and planning activities. s»5-ma 6aU- c Officers: L. to R: Bob Faiss, historian; Steve Dollinger, secretary; Ken Robbins, vice president; Hank Rilling, president. Row 1,L. to R: Bob Faiss, Bruce Bledsoe, Dave Lowe, Steve Dollinger. Row 2, L to R: Eddie Alvarez, Dean Smith, Professor A L Hieein- botham, Ken Robbins, Hank Rilling. 104 Ron 1, L. to R: Hank Rilling, Jim DePriest, Cathy Zimmerman, Angeline Farros, Versiellen Eberle, Anita Taylor, Nedra Norton, Elsie Natani, Florence Burge. Row 2, L. to R: Bob Faiss, William Brown, Steve Dollinger, Bruce Bledsoe, Warren Lerude, Dave Lowe, Pro- fessor Keiste Janulis, Buster Sewell, Eddie Alvarez, Professor A. L. Higginbotham. pKJZSS cVub Journalism students met often at the S.A.E. house to hear talks from guest speakers. The talks included propaganda in the Far East and statewide public relations operations. The spring semester brought an " open-air " picnic and an early morning press club break- fast. Pushing all the buttons was Myram Borders, president. Myram Borders President 105 mm wmm M Audrey Bernard Kaleo Brandt Barbara Cavanaugh ■ Diane Spina MacBeth Preside it Janice Chiatovich Pat Cordes Simmie Cooper Virginia Dupes Johnson Members are junior and senior women chosen for school service. They sold dinks, ribbons, and bibles to the freshmen and usher- ed at school functions. Meetings are twice a month on Thursday evenings and banquets, long- remembered, are once a semester. Gay Hansen Donna Holstine Jacquelyn Hunt Mary Carol Jackson Charlotte Lemaire Diane Martin Roxanna Miller Diane Oldenburg Margaret Orr Joanne Ortiz Christina Peschel Friberg Jay Powell Beverly Ricketts Joan Sawle Suzanne Schwartz Gayle Sommer Members are underclassmen who are known on campus for their service to the school. Blue Key looks to these men for future members. President Larry Ball co- ordinated the activities of the organization. James Aylworth Larry Ball President Lonnie Barnes Gary Bartlett Ben Bingaman, Jr. Jim Blakely Pete Breen Roger Bremner Richard Bryan Fred Carlson David Christensen John Crain Cris Cufflin Bob Delerav David Downs Leroy Eide Leslie Mack Fry John Gisclon Richard Hamilton Harry Heck Denny Jones Jim Joyce Richard Landingham Lewis LeVitt Charles Luzier Clyde Mandeville John Miller Robert Morrill Ted Nickolich Joe Ortiz Jim Reed Del Rice Bruce Rossman Jim Santini £d Thomas Sam Waggoner William Wahridgc Don Wilhoite ■■ Row 1, L. to R: Blanche Bernotski, Ann Baker, Loralee Smith, Letitia Sawle, Betty Jane Johnson, Nadine Edmondson. Rot Donna Cook, Jacquelyn Hunt, Donna Holstine, Charlyne Reid, Deanna Woodliff, Gloria Armbrecht. 2, L. to R: These home economics majors baked cakes for the highest-bidding fraternity members at a cake auction and sold " gobs " of cotton candy at W.U.S. carnival under the direction of Donna Holstine. A May fashion show concluded the semester with members model- ing clothes they made themselves. Speeches and movies were features at the first-of-the-month Tuesday night meetings. Monsieur Isadore LaPuyade, French Consul representative to the United States, was a guest at the meetings of the " Cercle de Francais " which were con- ducted by Yvonne Thornton. Row 1, L. to R: Yvonne Thornton, Jim Etcheto, Don Moyer, Don Rasmussen, Frank Clawson, Mary Louise Glenn, Jane Taylor, Mr. Isadore LaPuyade, Mrs. Isadore LaPuyade. Row 2, L. to R: Zelda Barham, Pat Spurlock, Gloria Urriola, Pat Cordes, Gregory Jeanbart, Ronald Jones, Hugh Davis, Joseph Fal- conieri, Helen Hopper, Bertha Blincoe. Row 3, L. to R. Dr. John Gottardi, Dolores Chambers, Joanne Ortiz, Elaine Zeitlmann, Nancy Chandler, Belinda Bausman, Penny Molineux, Vibeke Beyer, Kaye Rowland, Kathleen Tilman, Professor George McMurray, Mrs. Alex Dandini, Dr. Alex Dandini Seated. L. to R: Harry Garner, Joe Crook, Gay Hansen, Dave Christensen, Roxanna Miller, Paul Grabowski, Allura Nason, Marsha-Jo Demorest, Bob Morrill, Marvin Mayo, Jane Nightingale. Standing, L. to R: Prof. W. C. Miller, Art Vaughn, Kathy Christensen, Rosalind Weyant, Dick Tate. A weekend trip to Stanford University highlighted the year for members who represented Czechoslovakia at the annual Model United Nations Convention. Current affairs were the topic of discussions held in Fallon, before service organizations, and before the Washoe County chapter of the Model United Nations. Meetings were conducted by President Joe Crook. Joe Crook President 109 ™ mmm Enthusiastic skiiers of this group met on the hill during Winter Carnival to tamp the courses for competing teams. A " bota bag " party was held at Sky Tavern during January. Buster Sewell made arrangements for the fashion shows and movies which were feat- ures of the meetings. L J OFFICERS: Nora Kellogg, secretary ; Buster Sewell, president; Shelley Branch, treasurer. Row 1, L. Adams, Ba Row 4, L. Ankers, CI 110 Marsha-Jo Demorest, jane Nightingale, Pat Kelly, Shelley Branch. Row 2, L. to R: Marion Breuckner, Lois Rothschild, Kay Hicks Diane rbara Heward, Estelle Carley, Kaleo Brandt. Row 3, L. to R: Lynn Miller, Joan Drisdale, Gay Brennan, Dixie Crook, Bev Read, Josie Aufdermaur to R: Cynthia Black, Nancy Schweiss, Nora Kellogg, Dick Dillman, Deanne Munk, Sharon Stiff. Row 5, L. to R Peter Potter Bob Sillery Dick iff Devine, Bob Morrill, Bob Scholes, Braden Stauts. Row 6, L. to R: Bob Brown, Everett Dale, John Frantz, Ed Martinez, Carl Rountree Buster Sewcli When it comes to work, there ' s a lot of play involved. Productions sponsored by Campus Players this year included George Bernard Shaw ' s " Arms and the Man " and a series of 4 one-act plays. Members also participated in " Kiss Me Kate " and put on an assembly program. The monthly meet- ings were conducted by Barney Mergen. Barney Mergen President 111 ■i Merlyn Hoyt John Ingram Roger Iveson Ronald Logar Members of this anti-sobriety society live in a " fairy tail " world. They " spooked " the cam- pus at the Gobler ' s Ball and showed the advantages of in- formality at the Levi Formal. Louis Porta presided at the Fri- day evening meetings and the public was invited to gatherings at Idlewild Park. The organiza- tion chooses its members for social qualities and has been in existence since prohibition. 112 Ed Alvarez Gary Brock Robert Coughlin Don Cutler Chuck Coyle Bob Faiss Dick Golliher Elwood Haggerty Bilbo Helms -OKTfl Louis Porta President Jack Manhire Mike Marfisi Norman Montelatici Ernest Soumbeniotis Dan Sullivan Tom Winchester George Ball Fred Bartlett John Boone Richard Bortolin Robert Brown Eugene Espin President Ted Contri John Darrah Steve Dollinger Stan Draper Vern Durkee James Fast John Flynn Dale Fraser Chuck Fulkerson Stewart Hampton John Hawkins Gerald Hunt Jim Hussey Martin Johnson Rodger Johnson Membership in this national military honor society is restrict- ed to advanced R.O.T.C. stud- ents. The Military Ball was sponsored by the group, under the leadership of Captain Eugene Espin and the traditional stag dinner of venison was held. New members guarded the women ' s living quarters during initiation. ■ai Clark Jones John Meder John Middlebrook Richard Mills Stan Mosher Charles Myerson Sidney Muck Mark Nicklanovich John North Glen Piretto Ralph Rubenstein Robert Scott Bill Schroeder Thomas A. See John Sibbald John Tollefson John Urizar Joe Viani Darrell Waite George Wilkinson The honor guard of the R.O.T.C. department was led this year by Commander John Darrah. Precision drill won this outfit a trophy at the Admission Day Parade in Carson City. They met twice weekly to practice drills and uniformity. 114 Sandra Nickell McNair, Marge Mead, Ed Crandall, Norm Scoggin, Stanley Arnold, Prof. A. E. Hutcheson. Row 2, L. to R: Don Phil Plant, George Knott, Barney Mergen, Fred Reichman, Prof. R. R. Elliott. Bernard, pVu aXpha tH 2rta Sandra Nickell McNair planned the meetings of this honorary history society. Guest speak- ers were a feature at the gatherings. New members are determined by the amount of history courses taken and initiation was held during the spring. Sandra Nickell McNair President 115 Row 1,L. to R: Al Alcorn, Tom Woodhall, Frank Way, LeRoy Wentz, Aden McGee, Robert Cann. Row 2, L. to R: Bob Atkin, Harbhajan Bains, Al King, Chuck Handley, Howard Swart, Keith Canonic, Tom Mark, Walt Wiseman, Don Ricketts, Don Odell, Art Carlson. Row 3, L. to R: Prof. I. Sandorf, Tom Ormsby, Dennis Bernotski, Ted Osgood, John MacDonald, John North, Gerald Samstad, Jim Hale, Harold Dunkel, Prof. W. L. GarroH. This group is composed of two technical societies, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Insti- tute of Radio Engineers. Activities included the annual E.E. banquet, participation in the traditional Engineer ' s Day, and sponsorship of student technical papers pre- sented in national competition with other universities and colleges. Tom Mark " engineered " this group. Tom Mark President 2 j c±nAcaL a-n ina us 4 116 Activities for this organization included fall and spring picnics, a field trip to San Fran- cisco, and one of the best-attended C.E. ban- quets in this region. Peter Artero presided at the monthly meetings at which guest speakers were featured. George Ball was the chapter ' s representative at an A.S.C.E. conference at San Jose. Peter Artero President Row I, L. to R: Yvonne Erb, Gayle Booth, George Ball, John Chapdelaine, Richard Arden, Newton Grout. Ron 2, L, to R: James Lundgren, Ralph Ruben- stein, Eric Lappoehn, Lee Holland, George Hamamoto, Gordon Hansen, John Maccoun, Howard Hyatt, Werner Mr-rtin. Row 3, L. to R: Ted Contri, Gene Belli, Arnold Arzoian, Ray Tucker, John Lynch, Prof. H. B. Blodgett. Row 4, L. to R: Peter Royce, Robert Keeling, Jim Thornton, Eugene Wahl, Brian Brags Whalen, Clark Gribben, Jim Lusk. Row 5, L. to R: Prof. C. Breese, Larry Barrett, Bob Ferrari, Bob Boyer, Jim Lyon, John Carlson, Peter Artero, Tom Donnels, Warren Poland, Dale Combs. 117 Tom Jayo, president, arranged for the guest speakers and forums at the monthly meetings. For the first time since 1949, this chapter hosted groups from eight colleges at the Pacific Southwestern Mechanical Engineers ' Conference, April 27 to 28. A picnic ended the year for these M.E. majors. Row I, L. to R. " Mascot,- Brent Fabbi, Tom Jayo, Don Shuper, Bob Herbert. Row 2, L. to R: Ajtt Sudan, Jack Taylor, John Peterman, Jack Gisclon, BiJI Marsh, Gene Timmons, Deane Jones, Jim Fast. 118 OFFICERS, L. to R.: Art Clayson, secretary; Tom Jayo, president; Gene Timmons, vice-president; Bob Herbert, treasurer. fl Row 1, L. to R: Jerry Williams, Prof. H. B. Blodgett, Walt Wiseman, George Ball, Tom Jayo. Row 2, L. to R: Eric Lappoehn, Prof. C. Breese, Lee Holland, John North, Jesse Lopez. Rou 3, L. to R: Larry Barrett, Gerald Samstad, Jim Lusk, Jim Schenk. Row 4, L. to R: Prof. W. L. Garrott, Dr. E. W. Harris, Prof. E. Menke. OFFICERS: Rou 1, L. to R: Walt Wiseman, vice-president; Lee Holland, treasurer; Eric Lappoehn, secretary. Row 2, L. to R: Prof. C. Breese, advisor; Gerald Samstad, Pyramid correspondent; George Ball, president. Scholarship and achievement are necessary for membership in this national honorary engineering fraternity which is open to all engineering branches. Initiation was in the spring and fall with a banquet at the Santa Fe following. George Ball was president of this local chapter which organized five years ago. sig m fan 119 Evelyn Ames Grace Antonelli Lucille Atkinson Jkd Sheila Taylor President 120 Jo Ann Avanzino Joanne Backer Janet Barton Kaleo Brandt Barbara Burgess P.E.M. ' s hosted representatives from the Nevada high schools at the annual Playday, May 18. A volleyball challenge with Block N ended with a luncheon for the two phy- sical education organizations during the spring semester. Sheila Taylor conducted the weekly meetings and was in charge of plan- ning the group ' s post-Xmas party. Marge Hartman Pat Heehs Marjorie Mead Deanne Munk Ellen Piehl Jan Priest Sharon Stiff Mary Ann Tonini bLoclc n piros Anastassatos Robert Autry Marvin Baker George Ball Don Bissett Jack Bosta Bill Bowser Ted Contri Albert Cooper Robert Coughlin Sam Macias President Al Creel Clay Darrow Robert Ferrari John Flynn Ken Fujii Jim Corica Elwood Haggerty Charles Handley Dave Harris John Hawkins Richard Hughes Louis Hutchison Members were seen catching coins for hot dogs and pop at the football and basketball games, as well as ushering at the various athletic events. Under the direction of Sammy Macias, social events were a major part of Block N ' s activities which in- cluded a steak fry, a part) at Idlewild, and a drag party at Hidden Beach. These red-blooded All-Americans must letter in a major sport for member- ship. Roger Iveson Lynn Johnson Martin Johnson Don Kitts Warren Lerude William Long Carl Looney Mike Marfisi Dino Martini John Mayeroff John Meder Harold Plummer Wally Rusk Charles Smith Dean Smith Michael Smith Braden Stauts Dan Sullivan William Thornton Gene Timmons Jerry Tobin Brian Whalen Jim Wittenberg Joe Viani Row 1 L. to R: Joanne Backer, Virginia Pucci, Janet Matheus, Jeannette Lathrop, Ruth Ruhl. Row 2, L. to R: Richard Arden, Bill Schroeder Carol Kirrene, Tom Arden, Ray Tucker. Row 3, L. to R: Joan Drisdale, Olivia Forsythe, Pat Reynolds, Donna Fisher, Dick Deleissegues, Bob Morrill. Row 4 L to R- Frank Holscher, Don Wilhoite, Pete Breen, Frances Breen, Bud Lauck, Don Bissett. Row 5, L. to R: Jacquelyn Wall, Sister Helen, Sister Catherine, Grace Antonelli, Nancy Petrini, Sharon Teglia. Row 6, L. to R: Father McFadden, Tom Ormachea, Pat O ' Halloran, Ed Randall, Jim Hale. OFFICERS: Seated: Joanne Backer, corresponding secretary; Carol Kirrene, recording secretary; Mary Stevenson, social chairman. 122 Standing: Bill Schroeder, vice-president; Ray Tucker, social chair- man; Richard Arden, president. Newman Club was host to 150 western school clubs at a religious regional conference held in May. Activities at the center included a Christmas party and a St. Patrick ' s Day party. A picnic was held in the fall. Discussion groups met twice a week at the center to discuss religious, social, and cultural purposes of the Catholic Church. Wesley Foundation showed off its new home at 1029 N. Virginia Street at an " open house " in March. Sun- day night meetings were conducted by Erik Beyer and consisted of programs and recreational activities. Mem- bers got together to go Christmas caroling and also collected Easter baskets for the needy. Erik Beyer President Row 1 , L. to R: Darrel Faulstich, June Rodgers, Angela Tuminaro, Cathy Tuminaro, John Gemmel. Row 2, L. to R: Dick Whitmore, Warren Cole, Stan Mosher, Ivan Harrison. 123 Row l,L.to R. Marilyn Feathers, Marie Kurtz, Clydie Clayson, Kaye Reid, Mae Cropper, LaRue Jones, Nancy Jones. Row 2, L. to R. Ladd Cropper, Mike Smith Joan Tobler, Carol Hardy, Margaret Brown, Bonnie Stewart, Billie Lee Hunt. Row 3, L. to R.. Ernest Brown, Clinton Perkins, Arthur Clayson, Ronald Jones ' Gerald Hunt, George Woodward, Clark Jones. Row 4, L. to R.- Don Draper, Darrell Waite, Elmer Cottam, Clark Reber, David Mathews, Charles Mueller ' Kay Walker. fa OFFICERS: Row I, L. to R: Bonnie Stewert, Marilyn Feathers, Marie Kurtz, Carol Hardy. Row 2, L. to R: Clark Reber, George Woodward, Arthur Clayson. Marie Kurtz and George Woodward led these Latter Day Saint students in varying activities throughout the year. Social activities included a Christmas formal, a spring formal following initia- tion, informal dances, a taffy pull, pizza party, and a spring picnic. A lot of energy was used at the annual workday which kept the Institute " spic and span " for the evening religious classes. 124 u o£-n $ rLqr £KS " Walt Anderson President The best singing voices on campus are found among mem- bers of this group. Lead roles in " Kiss Me Kate " went to Gay Lane and president Walt Anderson while many others were chosen for the cast also. Presentations in- cluded a spring concert and the " Messiah, " and represen- tatives went on a five-day tour around the state in April to visit the various high schools. Rou 1. L. to R. Thelma Jackson, Sandra Thompson, Billejean Hudson, Janie Kottinger, Nancy Mansfield, Glenda Price, Marilyn Jensen, Irmalee Gray, Marilyn Ferreira, Sallie Atcheson, Sharon Mcllrath, Betty Jane Johnson, Kitty Tilman, Yvonne Lemaire. Row 2, L. to R: Carolyn Minetto, Kathy Karstens, Pat Dunn, Edith Rittenhouse, Carolyn Braswell, Ellen Piehl, Norma Dyer, Ann Baker, Nancy Brumage, Marlon Davidson, Gay Lane, Peggy Cimijotti, Chris Peschel, Glenda Bankofier. Rou 3. L. to R: Dave Wood, Paul Brown, Carol Kubler, Carol Stever, Kris Roper,-- Barbara Jo Chanslor, Sandy King, Myrna Howard, Noel Knight, Carol Kirrene, Janet Ferrel, Donna Cahill, Jay Evans, Art Vaughn. Row 4, L. to R: Roger Mills, Joseph Ellison, Johnnie Madariaga, Buzz Allen, Robert Muran, Walt Anderson. Warren Barlow, Bob Stange, Fredrick Byington, John Regnell, Felton Hickman, Dick Bortolin. -« - 1 S F Tf 7— m mm mm ■ 1 Y- 1 if 1 t U-Vti 1 I W MliLn JbihiSI !uii!lli,iii|||i!. , .! i i:r.. i || Row 1, L. to R. Simmie Dee Cooper, Carol Kubler, Marva Edwards, Ann Merryman, Dr. Burton Newbry, Jeanne Condrey, Evelyn Ruybalid, Kathy Christensen. Row 2, L. to R: Marilyn Jensen, Marie Kurtz, Annie Lee Condie, Gail Wooster, Maria Anastassatos, Janet Olsen. Row 3, L. to R: Annette Owen, Novella Hargett, Nancy Petrini, Nancy Hansen, Betty Edmondson, Wynona Bromleyi Joyce Lindsay, Pat McCulley. Activities were many and varied under the leader- ship of president Marva Edwards. A picnic at the beginning of the fall semester honored the new members. These Future Teachers of America had a buffet dinner for the F.T.A. groups from Nevada high schools at Christmas; were in charge of pub- licity for American Education Week; and spon- sored the movie, " Our Mr. Sun. " A trip to Stewart was one of the group ' s last activities in the spring. Marva Edwards President 126 A series of activities kept these gals busy throughout the year under the direction of Ann Petrini. The " Y " sponsored the Ice-Breaker Dance, provided coffee for tired students at registration, and spon- sored W.U.S. Carnival. Underprivileged children were given a party by members at Christmas. Ann Petrini President y.w.c.a. Row 1 , L. to R: Marva Edwards, Maria Anastassatos, Joyce Lindsay, Ann Petrini. Row 2, L. to R: Gail Wooster, Marilyn Jensen, Marilyn Ferreira, Penny Molineux, Pat Dunn, Edith Rittenhouse, Kathy Karstens, Ellen Piehl. 127 A square dance with the F.H.A. girls at the main station farm began the year for these " aggie " students. Handling the concessions at two bull sales was another of the group ' s projects. An Aggie Barbecue, April 6, was the main social event during the convention for F.F.A. from the Nevada high schools. groups OFFICERS: Lester Sweeney, vice-president; Barbara Galeppi, secretary; Bob Ferraro, president. Row 1, L.to R: Lester Sweeney, Bob Ferraro, Dean j. E. Adams, Barbara Galeppi, Barbara Nordman. Row 2, L. to R: LeRoy Arrascada, Bill Mao donald, M.ck Richards, Jim Sloan, Larry Lovett. Row 3, L. to R: Dr. J. L. Fischer, Roger Mills, Lonnie Barnes, Ed Depaoli, Bill Boegle. 128 r . Row 1, L. to R.: Frank West, Roy Fujita, Arlen McGee, Phil Plant, Charles Biker, Peter Evezich, Dave Baker. Row 2, L. to R: Robert Lear, Mil Haban, Stan Arnold, Frank Clawson, Dean Kine. Row 3, L. to R: Edward Wishart, Bob Lyon, Bob Lundy, George Boucher, Ted Moore, Jim Lusk, John Duarte, Fred Young, Lou Sutton, Tom Bentz, Bud Carter, Stan Mosher, Bill Count, Lou Dodgion, Gene Wahl. Row 4, L. to R: Ransom Richards, Jim Randall, Jim Lyon, Keith Smith, Bob Cooper. K 8jfcm-arL HaXL A " strange madness " prevailed at Hartman Hall under the direction of Phil Plant, chief instigator. Bull sessions, water fights, dart-throwing contests, and noise-making sessions were all " run-of-the-mill " incidents at the dorm. An end-of-the-year party concluded an eventful year. Members met the first Wednesday of every month at meetings led by Larry Gedney. There was active par- ticipation by members in the postal matches, and fre- quent target practices were held. Row 1 . L. to R: Sargeant Day, David Middlebrook, Gail Wooster, Tania Skrabak, Chuck Taylor. Row 2, L. to R: Harry Garner, Dick Mills, Larry Gedney, Gene Espin. Row 3, L. to R: Dan Sobrio, Leo Riffel, Sam Waggoner, Terry Katzer. Row 4, L. to R: Buzz Mandeville, Tom Frost, John Middlebrook. C MM M - . - f A Gary Brock Chuck Coyle Joe Crook " John Ingram President ' Steve Dollinger Stan Draper Bill Eddelman James Hart L. E. Hawley Robert Hemphill President John Ingram kept the mem- bers busy performing school services. They kept registration at a minimum of confusion, painted the bleachers for football season, conducted the freshman trek, and sponsored the " High School Visitation Day " among other activities. Membership is re- stricted to upperclassmen, and service is The Blue Key objective. V «.« ■ " ' J T ' » John North Robert Pearson Don Rasmussen ' - iW- 130 Hank Rilling Ken Robbins Bill Schroeder Robert Scott Braden Stauts Walter Wiseman i co in. an6 k£cj5 %%- JT For 45 years this organization has kept its activities secret. Members are chosen for their leadership abilities and become known on campus during their annual running and " lakeside drama. " Led by Bill Macdonald, members retain the secrecy sym- bolized by the coffin and keys. I Richard Arden Gary Brock Cris Cufflin William Macdonald President Steve Dollinger Bob Faiss L. E. Hawley John Ingram Mike Marnsi Robert Pearson Ken Robbins Robert Scott Braden Stauts Dan Sullivan x O 3 William Thornton Donald Travis Walter Wiseman 131 I dreamed I played volleyball in my . . . peddlepushers ! W.R.A. BOARD, L. to R: Penny Molineux, Diane Oldenburg, Joan Tobler, Letitia Sawle, Evelyn Ames, Joyce Wilson. wn a Co-educational activities are designed to promote closer relationships. 132 Broken teeth . . . shattered shin hones . . . watch those hockey sticks! Hat Have you tried that one on your girlfriend lately? Nothing like dancing at 8 . . . that is 8 in the morning. 133 Warm weather brings these gals out for a series of rides in the fall and spring. Results are weak knees, and in the " end " they ' re a little sore. After each riding series, an initiation dinner is held for the new bronco busters. Penny Molineux did the " rounding up. " Row 1, L. to R: Deanne Munk, Marcia Craig, Gail Wooster, Carol Kubler, Penny Molineux, Judy Grafton, Nancy Hays, Ellen Piehl, Nancy Chandler, Janet Olsen. Row 2, L. to R: Barbara Lane, Jacqueline Wilson, Kathy Karstens, Lynn DeLon g, Myraro Borders, Carolyn Braswell, Marilyn Hall, Roberta NorVelle. OFFICERS, L. to R: Kathy Karstens, Janet Olsen, Marcia Craig. 134 Rou 1, L. to R: Frank Sullivan, Tom Jayo, Neil Romero, Ed Depaoli, LeRoy Arrascada. Row 2, L. to R: Bill Macdonald, Bob Ferraro, Merlyn Hoyt, Jim McNabney, Bob Scott, Bob Genasci, Bilbo Helms. Members of this group are the baaaaaa . . . d men on campus. It is a " sort of " organization! Members are " sort of " voted in, they " sort of " hold meetings, and they are definitely " sort of " entertainers ... at least of them- selves. LeRoy Arrascada was " sort of dent. presi- OFFICERS: Don Travis, Most- Worthy Fleecer: Lester Sweeney, Right- Honorable Sheep Camp Tender; LeRoy Arrascada, Grand High Ram. sko p )narvJ) 2 iS ' 135 Members of this group must be long-winded. Par- ades are a specialty as shown at Homecoming and Admission ' s Day. The band kept school spirit up at the football and basketball games, and gave a " Sun- day at 4:00 " concert during the spring. Other activ- ities included a trip to Las Vegas for the Helldorado celebration and playing at the corner-stone laying ceremony of the Silas Ross building. Prof. Felton Hickman and Harvey Gordon were the " key " figures. Bill Kaiser Drum Major Harvey — " What, me worry? ' Gordon President 136 MAJORETTES: Marva Edwards, Kay Kelly, Janet Olsen. FLAG TWIRLERS: Angeline Farros, Evangeline Smith, Kaleo Brandt. U Prof. Felton Hickman Band Director 137 " Row 1, L. to R: John Locke, Mark Nicklanovich, Richard Nannini, Francine Mannix, Philip Gisler, William Stone. Row 2, L. to R: Craig Bell, Clyde Sabala Charles Burke, Louis Hutchison, Ronald Jones. Row 3, L. to R: Bill Eddelman, Lance Dodson, Charles Sullivan, Dr. L. Jones. 138 OFFICERS: Bill Eddelman, vice-president; Charles Sullivan, secretary-treasurer; Charles Burke, president. alpha Qrpsxion delta New members were initiated March 31 following which they were honored guests at a banquet at the Circle RB. The organization is comprised of pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-nursing, and pre- mortician students. To qualify for membership a student must be a second-semester sophomore and have a 2.5 overall grade average. Charlie Burke kept the " scalpels " rolling. ' i pi vtlu epsVLorx Members of this honorary national math society must be elected to membership and are chosen from the upper class students. Leading these mathematical whizzes was James Bright, president. Pi Mu Epsilon sponsors the math club among other activities. James Bright President Rou 1, L. to R: Eugene Wahl, Tom Mark, William Colbert, Richard Gillette, James Bright. Row 2, L. lo R. Clarence Richardson, Dat Kim Choy, William Hadley, Bruce Capron, Donald Skabelund. Ron 3, L. to R: Prof. Walter Mient ' ta, Prof. Robert Tompson, Prof. E. M. Beesley, Ken Bradshaw, Charles Arnold. Prof. L. S. McGirk. 139 " 0R Y1SIC The debate squad did quite a bit of travel- ing this year; they made trips to Stockton, California; Tucson, Arizona; and Mis- soula, Montana. President Earl Hawley earned a debate award as did Helen Lenz and Ginger Ivers. Members of Forensic Key were judges of the Nevada high school debate teams during the semester. spring Earl Hawley, president; Dr. Robert Griffin, advisor Row 1, L. to R. Barbara Burgess, Suzanne Schwartz, Trudy Caddel. Helen Lenz. Row 2, L. to R. Bill Brown, Chuck Coyle, Mack Fry, Jack Diehl, Earl Hawley, Robert H. Scott, Roger Joseph, Bill Thornton, Dick Madsen, Ginger Ivers, Dr. Robert Griffin. 140 Row 1 , L. to R: Charles Burke, Joe Crook, Harry Pacini, Bob Stratton, Richard Gillette, Cynthia Steinwinder, Peggy Meyer, Rod Weiler. Row 2, L. to R: Philip Gisler, Joe Johnson, Francine Mannix, Judy Grafton, Charlotte Gleason, Prof. R. J. Morris, Prof. K. C. Kemp, J. L. Trimbell. Row 3, L. to R: Mickey Moran, Prof. Deming, Prof. Williams, Richard Wilcox, Clarence F. Hale Jr., Prof. Ralph Rygg, Jay A. Schadel, Prof. H. J. Seim, William Rose. 1 Members of this organization are chemistry majors and pre-medical, pre-dental, and pre- mising students. A selected few were chosen to attend the S.A.A.C.S. convention at CO. P. during the spring semester. Social events in- cluded fall and spring picnics. President Richard Gillette arranged movies and talks for the monthly meetings. OFFICERS: Robert Stratton, treasurer; Harry Pacini, convention representative; Robert Pearson, vice-president; Charlotte Gleason, sec- retary; Richard Gillette, president. 141 OFFICERS, Row 1, L. to R: Ray Fretz, senator; Dave McCrillis, treasurer. Roiv 2, L. to R: Dave Mathews, secretary; Jim Schenk, vice-president; Bill Freeman, president. Row 1, L. to R: Lester May, Mage Rasudin, Lewis Lohr, Jim Schenk, George Hellerich. Row 2, L. to R: Chuck Taylor, John Middlebrook, Leal Kimrey, Richard Hughes, Ray Fretz, Don Jung, Ted Boyer, Dave McCrillis. Row 1, L. to R: Terry Katzer, Hans Lindblom, Bob Schenk, Jay Santos. Contributions to the Engineers ' Day were a uranium hunt, Brunton course, Ball Mill running, and a variety of mining displays. These mining, metallurgy, and geology majors were led by Bill Freeman who planned the monthly meet- ings. A spring steak fry was one of the last activities of the year. Row 1, L. to R: Sam Waggoner, Art Lopez, Henry Rodeen, Harry Hussey, Harry Garner. Row 2, L. to R: Lewis Lohr, Tony Bastanchury, Don Schuyler, Melvin Bloom, Robert Devlin. Row 3, L. to R: Marius Kendall, Fred Mueller, Jack Pong, Bill Rose, Ron Kirn. Row 4, L. to R: Jesse Lopez, Del Wilson, Ron Schoenholzer, John Urizar, Mike Hogben, Paul Freedman, Dennis Smith, Ajit Sudan, George Ancho, Kerry Keener, Bill Tyson, Don Hudson. Li vlcoItl HalL m Ron Schoenholzer President Lincoln Hall began getting a new " face " during the spring semester. A redecorated basement and freshly painted halls and rooms will greet the fall roomers. The T.V. room was a favorite, but wasn ' t particu- larly conducive to studying. Ron Schoenholzer was the dorm manager. 143 x£etru $ i a - man aru fa associa-tior A remodeled Manzanita Hall housed half of these dorm girls. Ice-skating was a favorite sport during the winter and sunbathers were seen on rafts during the spring. A brave few even went swimming. Remembered by most are the dorm parties, quiet hours " ? " , and general h — raising. Under Jacque Hunt ' s direc- tion, many of these girls got a taste of ' campussed " life. Row 1, L. to R: Anne Johns, Bobbie Bellino, Loralee Smith, Sharon Rose, Peggy Meyer, Faye Failerius, Joyce Stone, Jean Rivkin, Patsy George, Jolene Swear- ingen, Kris Rhodes, Louise Littenberg, Lynn Miller, Ginger Ivers, Marilyn Feathers, Marie Kurtz. Row 2, L. to R: Diann Coate, Wally Calder, Judy Stammer, Lucille Atkinson, Annie Lee Condie, Linda Wilkerson, Margaret Williams Batchelder, Diane Pahor, Helen Peterson, Evelyn Ruybalid, Sandra Weiss, Jo Anne Allen, Kaye Ann Rowland, Cynthia Black, Barbara Houghton. Row 3, L. to R: Bette Lamb, Belinda Coppin, Marcia Bergevin, Anka Markovich, Janice Rown- tree, Sharon Stiff, Barbara Heward, Louanne Wheeler, Pat Kelly, Tippie Smith, Pat McCuIley, Mary Louise Glenn, Kris Roper, Colleen McMahon, Gretjen Gumbertz, Dolores Chambers, Vibeke Beyer, Rita Woods, Jan Chism, Sharon White, Myrna Howard, Nancy Brumage. Long, I Id I 144 OFFICERS, L. to R: Janice Rowntree; Marilyn Feathers; Joan Tobler; Evelyn Ruy- balid; Carol Stever; Jacquelyn Hunt, president; Bonnie Stewart; Margaret Williams Batchelder. Hi i JE ' • Row 1, L. to R: Chris Pavlakis, Jan Priest, Mary Ann Tonini, Sheila Zail, Ramona Booth. Row 2, L. to R: Sue Phillips, Donna Cahill, Marge Hartman, Connie Long, Joan Tobler, Deannie Edmondson, Marlon Davidson, Deanna Buonamici, Ann Baker, Joan Gallagher, Bonnie Stewart, Pat Spurlock, Jacque Hunt. Row 3, L. to R. Deana Merling, Helen Hopper, Chris Gibson, Carolyn Braswell, Margo Purdy, Nancy Damon, Ida Tout, Novella Hargett, Phyllis Montrose, Tania Skrabak, Carol Stever, Frances Breen. 145 .1 Forced integration emphasized the evidence of the continu- ing racial disturbance this year. Brother against brother ... " a house divided canncx stand . . . " the troubled man from Illinois and his Eman cipation Proclamation giving freedom regardless of coloi . . . the end of an era and a step toward equality that ha yet to be completed. 146 147 The doors open and then the fun begins. Pictures are taken, money is paid, check-ups are given, and classes are changed and changed and changed again. Then at last it ' s over. No more of that again ... at least for another semester. Waiting, waiting, with railroad ticket in hand, and then, finally, the line is gone. That ' s right ... all the women dress just the way the A.W.S. fashion show pictures them. There ' s a determined look in this gal ' s eye. These Frosh won ' t get away without joining this club. horXXo on tine Hall A iittle more writing, a little more money, and much more fun go along with the traditional " Hello-on-the-Hill " week. The warm greeting of " hello " is shared by returning students and new ones as another year begins at the U. of N. Gosh, is it really and truly Chuck Coyle, the Student Body President. Say, this is a good way to say hello. ' If nothing else, be neat, " is the motto of the freshmen as they begin the day by painting the " N. " soph-fuo4 h fi ld day Tug-of-wars, contests, being thrown into the lake, and throwing someone in the lake, were all part of a very exciting day. Then the Freshmen were again allowed to throw ribbons and dinks into the home- coming bonfire as reward for winning the Frosh- Soph Field Day. Nothing like a nice bath in Manzanita Lake to enliven a student. i 3 j f Homecoming Committee: Row 1 , L. to R: Carol Gardenswartz, Suzie Kuypers, Cameron Samuels, Gary Brock — chairman, Ernie Soumbeniotis, Jan Chiatovich, Row 2, L. to R: Don Shuper, Bob Costello, Bill Brown, Mack Fry, Dick Bryan. Queen Attendants: L. to R. Nancy Arnold, Gamma Phi Beta; Diana Ince, Artemisia-Manzanita; Barbara Ruark, Pi Beta Phi; and Kress Harris, Kappa Alpha Theta. Work begins early and fun lasts late when U. of N. homecoming time rolls around. Skits, pajama rallies, electing queen Beth, open houses, and many hours of good times as Nevada welcomes home the grads. 151 Artemisia-Manzanita Association dazzled the photographer so much with " Arabian Coeds " that he forgot to snap the picture. " Damn Yankee " was the theme of the Theta Chi ' s. Lambda Chi ' s portrayed a scene " From Outer Space. " " Flying Down To Reno " was the skit the Pi Phi ' s presented. ATO ' s gave their interpretation of " Romeo and Juliet " in many lands. 153 " Delta ' s In Dixie Land " captured the trophy for best sorority skit for Tri Delta. Sigma Nu ' s won best fraternity skit with their " Meanwhile Back In The Jungle. " Their spectacu- lar lighting and painting effect enabled them to take home a winner. " « •% ' Dump Em " was the theme of Kappa Alpha Theta ' s winning Humpty Dumpty. SAE homecoming float " Wolves Over The Waves " took the men ' s division for best float with Rub-a dub-dub. Konoo- corainof -pLo fcs 1 I r The happy frog from the " Prince and the Frog " was the story the Tri Delts portrayed. ' Little Red Riding Hood " was the nursery rhyme used by the Alpha Tau Omegas. Pi Beta Phi ' s " Littlel Toot " lost his cap and was too late for the photographer. 156 1 M S mM « Theta Chi ' s float was " Peter and the Wolf. " Lambda Chi ' s used " Cinderella " for a theme. Sigma Nu ' s stepped from the pages of nursery rhymes with the " Old Lady in the Shoe. " " The Ugly Duckling " was depicted by the Phi Sig float. ■ ' m 157 U-ttJHiii The community chorus, composed of the University Singers, the University Oratorical Chorus, members of various church choirs, and other members of the community put on a moving performance of Handel ' s Messiah. Dr. Macy directs the Messiah. yrusrssixh Last minute touches on decorations, skiing down the hill, welcoming the visitors, going to the banquet, dancing to soft music, and then sud- denly it ' s over. Winter Carnival is gone again leaving behind only pleasant memories of lots of work and even more fun. Row 1, L. to R: Chuck Harrison — chairman, Beverly Rickets, Tony DeReynier, Shelley Branch, Gloria Urriola. Row 2, L. to R: Harry Mangrum, Bill Adams, Braden Stauts, Mike Dewees. oiu Tiif , 70 K ! I H C Kappa Alpha Theta ' s original theme of " The World Turns To Skiing " helped them to cop the winning decorations for sororities. wmnmir decoKafion,s Sigma Nu ' s added another trophy to the several already won this year with " Japan Has A Most Coolie Winter. " 5® - iifc wnat u, caunivaL 6ecom vo Tri Delts presented an igloo complete with penguins fishing and eskimos rub- bing noses. Theta Chi presented the northern lights and the aurora borealis in the winter carnival decorations. 162 " Hell of a Winter " was the theme of Lambda Chi Alpha, done in fluorescent lighting. m SAE ' s came up with a new style of stuffing on " Arctic Winter. " " Norway, the Cradle of Skiing " was done by Gamma Phi Beta. 163 v j Jump winner, Peder Pyette, of Denver. Contestants and coaches of the 1957 Winter Carnival. , i» Margi Meyers, third place winner of the Powder Puff Derhy. 164 Song Leaders: L. to R: Theresa Mariani, Barbara Heward, Versiellen Eherle, Kay Hicks, Sharon Teglia, and Marilyn Ferrari. ; 1 f 4 Cheer Leaden: L. to R: Carol Gardenswartz, Nora Kell6gg, Simmie Cooper, Don Rasmussen, Suzie Kuypers, Honor Settlemeyer Jones, and Cathy Zimmerman. i 165 f - Negatives fly, pictures are cropped, typewriters buzz, and work lasts late as deadlines close in on the yearbook once again. Strange sounds issue from the upstairs office in the ASUN building, staff members are driven crazy, the index editor pulls her hair and work continues. Eventually the ' 57 Artemisia is put to press and the staff can " live " again. Myram Borders Editor Elaine Zeitlmann Index Editor and Assistant Editor Dick Bryan Sports Editor ■ 166 Nora Kellogg Organization Editor ' -•■■ )k m 1 Carol Titus Student Government Editor 1 Don Travis Business Manager Bill Eddelman Assistant Business Manager Staff: L. to R: Carol Kirrene, Mary Lee Ronnow, Jeannie Freeman, Elsa Freitag. Not pictured is Cynthia Heth who became activities editor for the spring semester. Marjorie Mead Administration Editor Marie McDonough Social Editor Sandra Nickell McNair Activities Editor Letitia Sawle Class Editor -v 167 is It ' s the Toni twins! You say the most interesting things. 168 what ' s the name of this silly game? Oh come now ... he doesn ' t look that Aha . . . she ' s peeking. i " Oops Is this an invitation? Oh ! You have the coldest hands. Dah ... I am too concentrating. So this is the big city. They should have come as Siamese twins. 169 ara U. of N. art students have varied equipment to keep them busy. By the time all the different crafts have been explored or perhaps mastered graduation time has rolled around. — -» . Painting a model presents problems at times. The art department is always a busy place; what is it? The model must be inspiring! The works for the exhibit are ready to be displayed, finally ! A skilled worker has finished a delicate piece of ceramics. 170 Working with pottery requires a keen eye and agile hands. Learning lines, catching cues, chang- ing sets and working, working, working, until finally the curtain goes up. Then the actors and crew put the U. of N. in the spotlight. Coffee break time. Back in thirty minutes. Dr. Wilson has last minute checks at the rehearsal of " Arms and the Man. " Dr. Wilson gets last minute details straightened out. Jim Santini and Dan Hulse were the hoods of " Kiss Me Kate. " Gay Lane and Walt Anderson carried the leads in " Kate. " 171 r Off To aid foreign students, the World University Service Carnival sponsored by the U. of N. students, included everything from the penny mile to booths and dancing. Booth decoration winners were the Sigma Nu ' s and the Tri Delts while the Theta ' s and the Lambda Chi ' s brought in the most amount of money. W.U.S. Carnival Committee: L. to R: Don Rasmussen, Kress Harris. Edith Rittenhouse, Bruce Rossman, Marva Edwards, and Bill Eddelman — chairman. 172 L. to R: King Bob Lewis, Queen Shelley Branch, and Junior Class President, Bill Thornton. 1UYLIOR. pT _om Among the many spring activties is the Junior Prom. The theme of the prom, " Stranger in Paradise, " was sponsored by the Junior Class Committee under the leadership of Bill Thornton. Queen and Attendants: L. to R: Suzanne- Schwartz, Suzie Kuypers, Shelley Branch, queen, and Mary Carol Jackson. 173 The slightly yellow news sheet on campus did an excellent job of reporting the campus events even when it didn ' t have news value. Business managers and editors switched responsibilities when Rank Hank insisted on the red splotches of type in ad sections and the partly " edited " Sage Mush. This past year the Sagebrush has covered news from the dating level to downtown explosions and much, much in between. Bruce Bledsoe Editor Dave Lowe Assistant Editor Hank Rilling Business Manager Sagebrush staff: L. to R: Elsie Natani, Bob Brown, Cathy Zimmerman, Jim DePriest. Gordon Cronnenberger Circulation Editor 174 bRX4SK fll r The poetry and the prose of the U. of N. students is expressed in the yearly pub- lication of the campus literary magazine, the Brushfire. Barney Mergen President STAFF: L. to R: Barnev Mergen, George Mross, Linda Wilkerson, Dick Bortolin, Henry Rodeen, Harry Hussty, CI ifr Clay, and ???? 175 ■ Campaigning time and here come the Theta ' s. %t . mt t n J : . » .■ : A 1 v A1 caunr pajcrrunj paLKminxr- Posters go up, posters come down, speeches, dinners, bands, and all the trimmings for the election campaign at the U. of N. High hat Pi Phi ' s invaded the assembly in mass. W5 § m _ r T £ m s« »_ - ' ' J X ' U X 176 Not only are speeches given but these people are listening. fe What did you say your name was? This is a formality in any election which takes place at the U. of N. Voting booths in the snack bar were used by some 590 students during the spring primary elections. 177 The sabre arch added to military splendor. Honor Senlemeyer poses as the Queen of the Military Ball « Joe Leal, Regimental Commander, presents the queen with roses. 179 vrtackacj day Jan Chiatovich Queen Attendant Gloria Urriola ygt Queen Attendant The assembly, the queen, the luncheon, the contests, the dance, and the many hours at the Little Wall helped complete once more, a very successful Mackay Day. mm Mackay Day Committee: L. to R.: Bill Adams, Angie Farros, Donna Fisher, Wynona Bromley, Ron Logar-chairman, Marva Edwards, Kaleo Brandt, Theresa Gibson, Cynthia Heth, and Leroy Arrascada. Beverly Ricketts Queen Attendant Jacque Hunt Queen Attendant _ " The Happiest Kingdom of Them All " made the Gamma Phi ' s happiest when they took away the jr trophy for the women ' s best song team. vjimairxcr jsoncr dedans Sigma Nu Fraternity would have even pleased Gershwin with " Gershwin Goes Modern " . 181 Kappa Alpha Theta " looked for the silver lining in " blue suede shoes " Tau sailors went South via river boat with " River Boat Rhythms " . Everything from square dances to mambo marked the step of Tri Delta. Artemisia-Manzanit a Association made a beautiful showing of songs from " Night and Day " . Theta Chi Fraternity traced the history of song " From Barbershop to Bop " . SAE ' s made a short trip to New York with " Manhattan Serenade " . Actually these are the three winners of the beard contest. Looks like this pic- ture should have been taken sooner. :■ t i re f " PHP Up v vS . x " it J f,, ;C-, ■• iAr - " " C J, Mrs »r « .„ - » yt And the men ' s obstacle race is off with a splash. And there go the U. of N. " ladies " down the lane, pushing wagons, jumping through hurdles, pushing footballs and all the things typical, clean-cut, all American girls do. mil -is:. in •■ Either this isn ' t part of the obstacle race or he must really have a head start. rLy rL Ks dacj Engineers day was held on April 13 this spring at which time CE, ME, and EE departments com- peted for the best exhibit. The Electrical Engineers who have been working on a project since October took top spot for the first time in several years. Actual flowing water was used on the relief map of the Washoe project which was presented by the Civil Engineers. Electrical Engineers demonstrated two ways for purifying large quantities of water as well as the utilization of solar, hydroelectric, steam, geo- thermal, and nuclear power. A cam system built by the Mechanical Engineers spells out ASME. HOMECOMING QUEEN Beth Boyd Delta Delta Delta 186 MILITARY BALL QUEEN Honor Settelmeyer Jones Delta Delta Delta 187 JUNIOR PROM QUEEN Shelley Branch Kappa Alpha Theta 188 MACKAY DAY QUEEN Margie Orr Delta Delta Delta -■ ' " 189 -Ji The sacred flame blazing high on Melbourne ' s Olympic Sta- dium symbolizes international competition, a requisite for the preservation of freedom. Nation against nation . . . freedom ' s test . , . the al T encompassing struggle bringing to the world a new aware ness of the horrors of destruction . . . the war to end all ' wars . . . but it wasn ' t over over there. 190 191 jooffcalL Gordon McEachron Head Coach COACHING STAFF: L. to R: Dick Dankworth, Gordon McEachron, Chuck Koehler. 1956 SEASON RECORD Nevada 6 Idaho State 20 Nevada 20 San Francisco State 32 Nevada 19 Cal Aggies 27 Nevada 6 Chico State 6 Nevada 14 LA. State 26 Nevada 19 Pepperdine 40 Nevada 20 Sacramento State 21 Nevada 18 Humboldt State 26 I 1956 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Row 1, L. to R: Fred Haynes, Dick Ellis, Bob Stephens, Randy Row 2, L. to R: Gary Alexander, Jerry Nicholson, Bud Brainard Edwards, Dave Pellerito, Bill Provin, Phinnie Marsh, Bill Finney. Dave Kanae, Vern Wagner. Dan Bagliazo, Rod Cook. 192 I ft NEVADA 6 IDAHO STATE 20 Season ' s opener pitted the Wolf Pack against the Rocky Mountain Confer- ence Champs from Idaho State. 6100 fans at Pocatello saw Bill Bowser intercept a stray Idaho aerial in the second quarter and race 68 yards for Nevada ' s lone tally. Joe Viani Guard Marv Baker Tackle NEVADA 20 SAN FRANCISCO 32 Capitalizing on ragged first half defensive play, the Gators from San Francisco built up a commanding half-time lead over the " silver arid blue. " In the second half, Nevada made a determined bid on scoring plays by Skinner and Sanders to outscore the Gators but fell short 32 to 20. Elusive Bud Brainard evades two would-be Cal Aggie tacklers. Rangy end, Tom Whitaker, deflects Humboldt aerial from intended receiver. 193 foofBalL t Chuck Walker End Fred Haynes Guard NEVADA 7 13 20 SAC. STATE 14 7 21 Ken Fujii puts the stop on Sacramento back as Fred Haynes, Clay Darrow and Bud Brainard move in to lend assistance. NEVADA 19 CAL AGGIES 27 In a game that saw the lead change hands five times, the Pack succumbed to the hard fighting Aggies from California. But Brain- ard electrified Mackay Stadium fans with an 85 yard kick-off return that put Nevada out front 6-0. At half-time, the Pack led 19-14. In the final two periods however, the Nevada machine bogged down and the spirited aggre- gation from Davis scored two T.D. ' s to win 27-19. NEVADA 6 CHICO STATE 6 A determined Nevada ball club met Chico State at Chico. Early in the opening period Nevada moved down field 55 yards in fifteen plays to score on a quick opener by O ' Neil Sanders to put Nevada in the lead 6-0. Play- ing rugged defensive ball, the Pack held Chico scoreless until an untimely Nevada fumble on the Nevada twelve yard line set up Chico ' s score. Late in the fourth quarter, with only ten seconds left to go, Mario Lom- mori ' s attempted field goal was blocked and the game ended in a 6-6 deadlock. Randy Edwards Center Gary Alexander End 194 Frank Brainard Halfback Phinnie Marsh Tackle Tom Whitaker End Dave Adams Tackle NEVADA 14 L. A. STATE 26 A series of fumbles and penalties stym- ied the Nevada attack in the first two periods of play as L. A. State rolled up a 14-0 lead. In the fourth quarter, the Wolfpack came alive on a Fujii — Alex- ander pass combination that netted Nevada its first score. Two more L. A. State T.D. ' s however, put the icing on the cake and Bud Brainard ' s T.D., in the final seconds of play, was of little avail as a game Nevada team went down to defeat 26-14. NEVADA 19 PEPPERDINE 47 4,000 fans saw Nevada roll up a 13-0 lead over the Waves from Pepperdine in the Homecoming tilt as a Nicholson- Bowser pass play followed by a 14 yard run by Vern Wagner provided the two tallies. By half-time, Pepperdine had nosed the Pack by a one point margin. In the second half, the Nevada offense was crippled by a series of penalties and interceptions with the only bright light being provided by a 35 yard run by Mario Lommori. NEVADA 7 13 20 SAN FRANCISCO STATE 7 6 13 6 32 Wm l m ft th j H KV ::: .... I 1 vs Fleet-footed Bud Brainard tries to shake off two San Francisco tacklers as he streaks goalward. Gary Lundegreen ' Halfback George Ball Center Ken Fujii Quarterback Bill Bowser Halfback 195 Bud Brainard moves into high gear as Gary Alexander and Bill Finney prepares to run interference. Wally Rusk Tackle Bob Stephens Tackle Adam Hidish Guard Vern Wagner Fullback Nevada 20 Sac. State 21 In one of the most exciting gridiron con- tests of the season, Nevada capitulated to an aggressive Sac. State ball club 21- 20. The opening period featured two quick T.D. ' s by the Hornets which gave them a 14-0 lead. In the second period the Wolf Pack offensive sprung scatback Bud Brainard who closed the gap 14-7. The Silver and Blue outscored the Hornets in the 2nd half on a scoring play by Gary Lundergreen and a Fujii- Whitaker pass play. With the score at 21-20 the conversion attempt failed and spelled the margin of defeat. 196 Veteran tackle Wally Rusk puts the stop on Sacramento ' s John Eaton, as team- mates Nicholson, Adams, Darrow, and Brainard move into the play. ■ Nevada IS — Humboldt 26 In the season ' s finale, Nevada was pitted against formidable opposition from Humboldt State. Nevada ' s backfield standout all season, Bud Brainard, opened the scoring in the second quarter with an end run that moved the Pack out front 6-0. Two successive Nevada fumbles, however, set up Hornet scores and Nevada trailed 13-6 at halftime. In the final half Nevada battled Humboldt on even terms with O ' Neal Sanders and Ken Fujii sparking the drive with T.D. ' s in the third and fourth quart- ers respectively. Hsfc Bob Brulotte Guard Jerry Nicholson Quarterback Clay Darrow End ff f Marv Baker and Bud Brainard close in on Pepperdine back Pete Martinez in the Homecoming tilt. The most frequently asked question this season was, " When will Nevada win a game? " Early in the season the Wolfpack demonstrated poten- tial against the Rocky Mountain Conference champions from Idaho State but fate and hard luck seemed to intercede in favor of Nevada ' s Conference rivals all season. Head mentor Gor- don McEachron sent his charges through long hours of drills only to see victory snatched from his hands on several occasions. Although this year ' s season was not characterized by vic- tories in the win-loss column, Nevada ' s pre- dominantly Freshman — Sophomore team gained valuable experience that will form a nucleus of a team that must be reckoned with in next year ' s conference play. Gary Lundegreen is brought down by the Pepperdine secondary after a short end sv.eep. Coming up to assist is Jerry Nicholson. m 197 1956-1957 VARSITY Under the tutorage of Head Coach Jake Lawlor, the Nevada cagers amassed 16 victories in 24 starts. Early in the sea- son, the Pack emerged victorious in the Far Western Holiday Invitational Tour- nament and went on to annex the Far Western Conference championship and into the opening round of the NCAA playoffs. Led by towering Stan Summers, Nevada placed four men on the All- Conference Team, Jim Lyons, Dan Sul- livan, and George Nelson. Bill Montamble Assistant Coach Jake Lawlor Head Coach Left to Right: Bob Ferrari, George Nelson, Brian Whalen, Martin Johnson, Dale Porter, Bob Scott, Stan Summers, Jim Lyon, Paul Rutherford, John Legarza, Al Ashberg, John Flynn, and John Borda. V V i H lS .jttf ' ' 1 198 J Bob Scott Center Brian Whalen Forward Martin Johnson Center Legarza steals ball from C. O. P. ' s Davis. Bob Ferrari Guard John Flynn Guard John Borda Guard 199 1 George Nelson drives hard for the basket in the Eastern Oregon series. John Legarza Guard Amid a mad entanglement of hands Stan Summers wrests the ball from a San Francisco State player. v j m . ■ 1 im - ■ I.1IIIII IIIHIll 1 l ■ % 1 K . Tjg 1 1 , - B W ' M M Jim Lyon Forward Al Ashberg Forward Dan Sullivan Forward Summers dunks one in the Sac State contest. 201 1957 SEASON RECORD Nevada 64 College of Idaho 52 Nevada 72 College of Idaho 76 Nevada 58 College of Pacific 69 Nevada 68 Eastern Oregon 51 Nevada 79 Eastern Oregon 48 Nevada 72 San Diego State 80 Nevada 64 San Diego State 72 Nevada 34 Portland University 36 Nevada 61 Portland University 69 Nevada 69 Humboldt State 53 Nevada 57 Whittier 45 Nevada 79 Willamette 55 Nevada 98 San Francisco State 79 s:: Nevada 88 San Francisco State 64 Nevada 70 College of Pacific 64 Nevada 60 Chico State 57 ' :: Nevada 48 Chico State 42 ♦♦Nevada 43 Cal Aggies 41 Nevada 79 Cal Aggies 49 Nevada 45 Humboldt State 53 Nevada 32 Humboldt State 35 Nevada 80 Sacramento State 73 Nevada 72 Sacramento State 59 Jim Lyons and Dan Sullivan battle it out for control of the boards. NCAA PLAYOFFS Nevada 69 Los Angeles State- Won 16 Lost 8 ' Holiday Tourney Far Western Conference 75 202 Stan Summers Center Paul Rutherford Forward v baske baiL Dick Dankworth ].V. Coach Dankworth briefs his starting quintet in pre-game squad drills. J.V. BASKETBALL SQUAD L. to R: Lyle Damon, Bob Lyon, Dewey Berscheid, Chuck Walker, Mack Fry, George Allison, Bob Shoemaker, Ted Evans. 203 Chelton Leonard Coach First in the Tressider Memorial, Vanderbilt Cup, N.C.I.I., and Far- Western Conference are the testimonials of this year ' s highly-successful season. Hosts again at the annual Winter Carnival, the Nevada men placed fifth in national competition. Lynn Johnson Slalom. Downhill Don Cronin Cross Country, Jumping Dick Ankers Downhill, Jumping, Slalom 205 ■ skimy Harry Ericson Cross Country .... Jack Bosta Slalom, Downhill, Jumping Bob Autry Jumping, Downhill, Slalom 206 Gordon McEachron Head Coach Hampered by inclement weather Ne- vada ' s divotmen watched for the first sign of fair weather clouds. Two year veteran Ralph Rubenstein was one of the mainstays of the Nevada team and rated one of the conference ' s best. Ralph Rubenstein Sherry Gilbertson -—■-,..... ' y Jack Christiansen r fit i V 4 si Ron Logar Murray Gifford Steve Rutger 207 Boxiny Jimmy Olivas Coach Another great year was acclaimed as Coach Jimmy Oiivas ' pugilists faced another year of formidable competition. Splitting the season win-loss record at four and four Nevada scored a pair of victories over Chico, copped a match against Sac State and defeated the Golden Bears from Cal. Veteran 119 pound Sammy Macias claimed his 3rd P.C.I. Championship as he decisioned Dave Abeyta of Idaho State. Bob Genasci dropped a questionable split decision to his old nemesis Hal Espy of Idaho State in the final match. In the NCAA tourney both Macias and Genasci moved into the finals only to be decisioned by Abeyta and Espy respectively. 208 Row 1, L. to R: Joe Bliss, Craig Bell, Jerry Tobin, Chub Quilici, Sammy Macias, Jim Gardner, Don Kitts, Dick Short. Row 2, L. to R: Tom Harris, Bob Genasci, Carl Looney, Bill Priest, Chuck Smith, Bill Short, Leonard Howard, Fred Byington , Mike Smith, Jack Batchelder, Coach Olivas. Bill Priest 155 Joe Bliss 132 Jack Batchelder 155 Bob Genasci battles Idaho State ' s Hal Espy in the P.C.I, finals, in which the latter won a questionable split decision. Bob Genasci Heavyweight 209 Jerry Tobin 139 i 1 J flHQ$f w Dick Short 725 Three time P.C.I, champion, Sammy Macias, pummels Idaho State ' s Dave Abeyta with a stiff uppercut in the finals. Carl Looney 178 Don Kitts 125 Bill Short 147 211 , z, : --,y ' ,.r- ' 7 ytnnasfncs Art Broten Coach Under the direction of Art Broten, the Nevada Gymnastic Team partici- pated in an active season. Featured at half time during basketball games, the U. of N. gymnasts were received with tremendous enthusiasm. High- light of the season was the trip to Pasadena, when the Pack competed in the Southern California Novice gymnastic meet. L. to R: Noel Thorne, Dave Harris, Gordon Harward, Claude Mabry, Tom Bentz, Bill Zamboni, Coach Broten. 212 I . to R: Dave Harris, Bill Zamboni, Gordon Harward, and Claude Mabry in a shoulder stand on the parallel bars as Noel Thorne and Tom Bentz kneel in front. Dave Harris soars high on the trampoline. ! i Claude Mabry and Bill Zamboni perform a simultaneous feat on the high bar. 213 m yu£L -h anx Sargeant Kenneth Day Coach Adding to the laurels of last year ' s team, the 1957 rifle team was accorded first place honors in the 6th army championship. Led by Bill Rusk the Pack team journeyed to El Paso, Texas where they scored first place again this year. In the N.R.A. Winter League (Sagebrush league) the U. of N. team set a new record of 7648. In a triangular meet the Air Academy at Denver handed the Nevada riflemen their first set back of the season. In the sectionals of the National Inter-collegiate rifle team championship the Uni- versity of Nevada fired a 1427 to cop first place honors. Nevada has again gained national recognition through the fine performance of its rifle team. 214 L. to R: Sargeant Day, John Middlebrook, Dan Sobrio, Chuck Taylor, Terry Katzer, Dick Mills, Larry Gedney, Eugene Espin. Terry Katzer Kneeling Larry Gedney Prone Chuck Taylor Kneeling Dick Mills Sitting Gene Espin Sitting John Middlehrook Off Hand Dan Sobrio Off Hand 215 Louis Perky Coached by graduate student, Chuck Koehler, the U. of N. netmen enjoyed a highly successful season. Letterman, Dick McClintic, was one of the top men all season long. Hampered by a short season the Nevada team braved icy winds to practice for their opening match. ' •y ft Dan Bagliazo to Jim Randall Al Ashberg 16 Pete Evezich Jake Lawlor Coach With the arrival of spring, coach Jake Lawlor sent his baseball aspirants through their drills. Headed by Fred Jesser in the infield and Brian Whalen, John Flynn and Phil Cirves on the mound the Nevada men are assured of their share of victories this sea- son. In the season ' s opener the Pack split a series with Chico State. Next on the schedule the U. of N. edged the Cal. Aggies in the opener of a double bill only to drop the second game. Row 1, L. to R: John Miller, Jim Corica, Jerry Tobin, Bob Ferrari, Fred Jesser, Roy Kidder, Bill Rankin, Phil Cirves. Row 2, L. to R: Bill Count, Angela Pappas, Tom Keegan, Gary Steele, Del Driver, John Flynn, Brian Whalen, Don Schuyler. Row 3, L. to R: Coach Lawlor, Bob Bertschinger, Tom Whitaker, Jim Gardner, Bob Shoemaker, Bill DuBois, George Allison. 217 Angelo Pappas Outfield Bill Rankin Outfield I J Fred Jcsser at the plate. Bill Count catching and Bob Ferrari on deck in an afternoon 21 „ squad game. Roy Kidder First Buse Ed Jesser Third Base Whitaker tags the runner in a pre-season intra-squad game. John Flynn Pitcher Boh Ferrari Catcher Bob Shoemaker Second Base Jerry Tobin Second Base Brian Whalen Pitcher 1957 SEASON SCHEDULE April 6 Cal. Aggies — at Reno April 13 Open April 26 COP — at Stockton April 27 Sacramento State — at Sacramento April 30 Chico State — at Reno May 4 Humboldt State — at Reno May 8 Compton J.C.- — at Reno May 11 San Francisco State — at San Francisco Asterisk indicates conference games John Miller Outfielder 220 -fc-tLack Dick Dankworth Head Coach In coach Dankworth ' s first year at the helm of Nevada ' s track squad it appears that Nevada has a contender for the conference championship. Early in the season Nevada ' s cindermen scored impressive wins over Chico State and Cal Aggies. At Stockton the U. of N. placed a close second to the traditional independent power house, College of Pacific. Sophomore Dave Harris set a new record when he vaulted 13 feet 1 inch. Dean Howes has surpassed Max Dodge ' s long standing discus record in practice. Nevada ' s cinder cyclone, Bill Bowser, is only two tenths of a second off the 220 yards low hurdles record. Row 1, L. to R : Hugh Barnhill, Don Bankofier, Burt Cooper, Bob Burns, Dick Hughes, Louis Hutchison, Bill Bowser. Row 2, L. to R: Bill Provin, Dave Harris, Teddy Moore, Dick Dow, Claude Mabry, George Smith, John Mayerr ff. Row 3, L. to R: Coach Dankworth, Phinnie Marsh, Jim Lyon, Phil Hatch, Bernie Fumagalli, John Meder, Dean Howes, Al Alcorn, mgr. 221 Dave Harris Pole Vault, Hurdles • John Meder Discus, javelin V Bill Bowser Dashes, Hurdles %. i n 1 ; 222 Louis Hutchison, John MayerorT, and Bert Cooper warm up in pre-meet sprints. Dick Hughes Sprints Bert Cooper Distance Jim Lyons Weights " ■ n Bowser and Barnhill fire out of their blocks. Phil Hatch Weights Louis Hutchinson Field Events John Mayeroff Sprints 223 in r iiuaa.m.uRaL pi. .MB0 " 0 " . j. V Vaulting Bob Autry clears the bar in inter-fraternity track meet. I I f Sigma Nu ' s Gary Lundergreen skims over the standards 224 Bill Viani strides out for the finish as ATO ' s rack up a first place in] the meet and tie up the point standings for the coveted Kinnear trophy. I axaLevic eujibiLifei counoL Art Broten Chairman L. to R: Gordon McEachron, Jake Lawlor, Chelton Leonard, Dick Dankworth, Chet Scranton. 225 227 £Rmw Aam et cflwCMtwiekee Squaw and Basket has been the name of this weird tufa formation on the east side of Pyramid Lake since Gen- eral John C. Fremont camped at the place over a century ago. 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Television Sets Lighting Fixtures FINE CHINA Telephone FA 3-3601 301 - 317 South Virginia St, Reno, Nevada BUYtRS OF NEVADA LIVESTOCK H. MOFFAT CO. Packers • Room 305 First National Bank Building Reno, Nevada .Petersen « REN( Ce ' C,tTl m mK m J ® % How-1 o-Do-lt Headquarters 24 WEST COMMERCIAL ROW 500 EAST FOURTH Your Home SKbuld Ccmc First ' Telephone FA 2-3496 432 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada 245 ■ STUDENTS: OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ■XMlia . rCDCRAL MCSCRVE SVSTIM start the habit of saving Joday and be a success in life! MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION FIRST NATIONAL BANK of 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 CONGRATULATIONS ALPINE GLASS COMPANY Telephone FA 3-763 1 324 East Fourth Street Reno, Nevada TOM JOYCE ■ Floors Distinctive Floor Coverings Telephone FA 2-3154 285 South Virginia Street Reno, Nevada 246 Construction — Mining — Logging and Industrial Equipment Engineering — Steel Fabrication — General Machine Work SIERRA MACHINERY CO., Inc. TELEPHONE FA 3-1301 — 307 MORRILL AVE. — RENO, NEVADA SIERRA LAUNDRY 21 East Plaza Reno HAWTHORN VARIETY STORE 5c to $1.00 and Up SOUVENIRS FOUNTAIN Hawthorne Nevada AIAZZI CHEVROLET CARLIN Inland Chemical Supply BILL DIAL - CARSON Hilps Drug Store HAWTHORNE, NEVADA E. W. MILLER SON 51 I N. Carson St. Carson City, Nev. Compliments of NEVADA MOTOR TRANSPORT Association representing the truck bus operators of Nevada. 247 •THE HOUSE OF EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS " EDELIUS REAL ESTATE REND, NEVADA FA 2-2118 ' 17 Stevenson Si. OLD HOME MILK CO. Farm Fresh products at your Friendly Grocer At your store — at your door FA 2-3 1 60 — Reno — Sparks — Lovelock — South Shore Lake Tahoe BUICK Sales — Service SCOTT MOTOR COMPANY Reno SPARKS TRIBUNE PUBLISHERS PRINTERS " Our JOB Is Your PRINTING " 1014 B Street Sparks, Nevada; MEL JACKSON - Owners - JOHN KOENIG 595 North Virginia St. — Reno, Nevada Reno, Nevada AGENTS FOR U-HAUL TRAILER RENTALS 248 Over a quarter century of Friendly Business Dealings of Quality Brands and Highest Quality Meats - Fruits - Vegetables. BAKER ' S THRIFTY FOOD MARKET FRIENDLY SERVICE GROCER Telephone EL 5-8331 922 B STREET SPARKS, NEVADA L G. O ' NEAL Day FA 2-5462 Night EL 5-2204 ENTERPRISE ELECTRIC CO. INDUSTRIAL and COMMERCIAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 1617 East 2nd St. — P. O. Box 1488 — Reno, Nevada VISIT THE SPARKS BOWLARIUM AND SAN ' S COCKTAIL LOUNGE • LES OPPIO, Manager Our Best Wishes . . . Always remember that you have entered to learn. You are leaving to serve. Love thy God and country and you will be happy and successful in eyerything you do. That is the wishes and compliments of the: PIONEER DENTAL LAB 616 B. ST. SPARKS, NEVADA FINER FURNITURE REASONABLY PRICED 8 .feQ STREET-SPARKS, «V. NORGE - FAMOUS WASHER DRYER HOOVER VACUUM CLEANERS MAYTAG WASHER DRYER Everything for the home at BAKER ' S Du Pont Paints Stanley Tools Oldest and Most Popular-Friendly Service Grocery in this Area Fine Photographs DONDERO PHONE EL 5-3027 943 PYRAMID SPARKS, NEVADA LANCERINI FARMER — Body Fender Service — 636 B. ST. SPARKS, NEVADA 249 ;,.:,?: ' ■.■;. .■iAi - - ' Im .x . ' mki. ' .-: ■■■ . , ■ ■ ' - t • ' " •- - ■■ ._. " " " ■ -. Picture by WALTER MULCAHY VIRGINIA CITY . . Home of the fabulous Comstock era with all of its colors and brilliance. Today it is a Mecca for tourists and a favorite recreation center of Nevadans. PAT HART ' S BRASS RAIL SHARON HOUSE BUCKET OF BLOOD DELTA SALOON OLD CAPITAL BAR TERRITORIAL ENTERPRISE TOTEM TRADING POST 250 COMPLIMENTS OF CHURCHILL COUNTY NEVADA ' S LARGEST FARMING DISTRICT ALFALFA HAY — BEEF CATTLE — DAIRY COWS HEARTS OF GOLD CANTALOUPES PRIZE FALLON TURKEYS STILLWATER CARSON LAKE — WATER FOWL AREAS " A SPORTSMAN ' S PARADISE IN THE HEART OF NEVADA " 251 • FINEST HUNTING FISHING NEW ACCOMMODATIONS CHURCHILL COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE City Hall, Fallon, Nevada THE FALLON STANDARD Nevada s Foremost Community Newspaper PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Operating Central Nevada ' s Best-Equipped Printing Plant LANNING HARRISON EQUIPMENT CO. Maine A Sts. FALLON, NEVADA Phone HA 3-3822 BEN — BILL KOLHOSS CASH STORE — QUALITY GROCER — Fallon Nevada FRANK WOODLIFF, Owner THE WESTERN HOTEL MOTEL " IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN FALLON " MODERN — CONVENIENT AIR COOLED — STEAM HEATED FALLON, NEVADA Best Wishes to the Class 1. H. KENT (0. Supply Fallon and Vicinity with H jrdware - - Meats Building Materials Fuel Oils - Farm Implements - Lurr tber THE FALLON EAGLE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Serving Nevada ' s Great West-Central Region num iiiiiii iiiii FALLON, NEVADA Central Nevada Home Furnishers Since 1912 252 Congratulations Graduating Seniors SILVER STATE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY A. D. DRUMM OWNER FALLON NEVADA THE WONDER MODEL DAIRY STAMPFLl ' S INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS MUNK BROS. General Repairing - Welding Telephone 125 Lovelock, Nevada K. H. TEDFORD Recapping GOOD -YE AR TIRES — COMPLETE TIRE SERVICE — P. O. Box 671 Phone: HA 3-4412 FALLON, NEVADA Winnemucca Mercantile Company ALL TYPES OF HARDWARE 355 Bridge Street Winnemucca, Nevada BOSCH AND SON JEWELERS 342 BRIDGE WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA E. M. BOSCH H. L. BOSCH OFFICIAL SOUTHERN AND WESTERN PACIFIC RR WATCH INSPECTORS H. E. READ GOLDEN RULE STORES YOUR HOME OWNED DEPARTMENT STORES Mountain City — Owyhee — Wells — Winnemucca 253 INERAL COUNTY EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA STUDENTS 1 254 Woody Chevrolet Co. " Complete Service and Towing " 592 E. Street Hawthorne. Nevada Compliments of the HAWTHORNE CLUB PETE CASTELLANI EL CAPITAN CLUB Hawthorne, Nevada Sportsman ' s Headquarters GOOD FOOD JOE ' S TAVERN • COCKTAI LS GAMING SPORTING GOODS • Hawthorne, Nev. Joe Viani, Prop. COMPLIMENTS OF Douglas County 255 EUREKA COUNTY Extends Best Wishes To University of Nevada Students 256 DOUGLAS COUNTY ADVERTISERS BUD ' S AUTO SERVICE C. 0. D. GARAGE Chevrolet ' Buick Dealer MARTIN MOTORS GARDNERVILLE DRUG Tour Ford Dealer ' CTADT Prescriptions Vet Suppllies DANBERG MEAT CO. DRy fi00D$ CLOCK ' S CASH GROCERY Groceries - Fruits - Vegetables ■■■• 257 -3_y 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. IAKER a H. JENKINS •an 258 FORD . . . Sales and Service . . . FORD JOHNSTONE MOTOR COMPANY DON R. JOHNSTONE • Telephone 195 47 Easr Third Street Winnemucca, Nevada CHEVRON GAS STA i N . . . HAViLAND CHEVROLET GARAGE H E " GENE ' BACKUS — CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE — 48 East Third Street Winnemucca, Nevada NORTHERN NEVADA ' S LARGEST AND BEST KNOWN HOTEL... HOTEL HUMBOLDT WINN EMUCCA, NEVADA G. M. (Gus) Knezevich Owner CAFE BAR - CASINO NORTHERN NEVADA ' S FINEST SONOMA INN WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA Excellent Cuisine in Our Garden Court Lounge and Oval Dining Room . COFFEE SHOP OPEN 24 HOURS . ■ ■ 259 THIS YEAR, FOR LOW-COST LUXURY, TRY A GREYHOUND PRE-PLANNED VACATION! IN SAN FRANCISCO HOTEL FIELDING J. E. SNELSON, Mgr. Headquarters for the University of Nevada Dine With Pleasure at FJ STEAK HOUSE AND COFFEE SHOP Visit the NEVADA LOUNGE JUST OFF UNION SQUARE AT GEARY AND MASON fr ' MB— 260 Dentist 158 North Virginia St. RENO, NEVADA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS eca t DESERT OF ELY VIRGINIA-TRUCKEE TRANSIT (0. CHARTERED BUS i. TOUR SERVICE " FROM RENO TO ANY POINT IN THE WEST " Call Reno Office 355 Sage, Reno FA 3-6131 Carson City Agency 302 S Carson GR 2-3375 Minden Agency Minden Inn Gardnerville 2351 Yerington Agency Lyon Hotel Yerington 140 ELY LIGHT AND POWER CO. ELY DRUG STORE ECONOMY DRUG - ELY Leon ' s Service - Hawthorne Hawthorne Business Service HOME CAFE - HAWTHORNE •m THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELY 261 COMPLIMENTS of ELKO COUNTY $0 r ' ' " " HEART of NEVADA ' S CATTLE INDUSTRY 262 JOE SAYS: " SLAP YOUR BRAND ON OUR REGISTER " Giimifdd Hill! Phone: 22 Phone: 110 THE SHOWPLACES OF ELKO RED ELLIS — DICK WARREN — SID WENNER ELKO ENTERPRISES, INC. ELKO, NEVADA — ON U.S. HIGHWAY 40 Congratulati ons to the Class of 1957 COLEMAN ' S GROCERY TONOPAH ■■ " ■« MIZPAH HOTEL TONOPAH A. W. HESSON CO. ELKO TRAHERS ELKO 263 WARDLE ' S TONOPAH Best Wishes SHOVELIN SUPPLY (0. Battle Mountain Nevada THE STANDARD SLAG CO. GABBS " Toiyabe Supply Company " (General Merchandise) " TOIYABE CLUB " GABBS, NEVADA HENDERSON TELEPHONE COMPANY ■• Good Luck to the 1957 Graduating Class . . from United States Lime Products Corporation J. C. MAC DONALD Nevada Manager Sloan - Apex Henderson Nevada GREETINGS TO THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA from STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY Henderson, Nevada INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS 264 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FROM VARIETY CLUB O F SOUTHERN NEVADA TENT NO. 39 265 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. Chamber of Commerce IAS VEGAS NEVADA Coffee Shop - Bar - Air Conditioning Free Parking BILL ELWELL, ' 38 First at Carson Sts. - Downtown Las Vegas CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS BOULDER CLUB Down town Las Vegas Nevada 266 ■ WILBUR ' S MEN ' S SHOP Popular Brands at Nationally Advertised Prices WILBUR STODIECK 305 N. Carson St. Carson City, Nevada Compliments of NEVADA MOTOR TRANSPORT Association representing the truck bus operators of Nevada. Most complete banking service in Southern Nevada llVf ' 5 to 4 BANK OF NEVADA " E S S M • MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION HEAD OFFICE: FIRST CARSON, LAS VEGAS OFFICES: LAS VEGAS — FIRST AND CARSON (Main Office) FIFTH CARSON • ON THE STRIP BOULDER CITY • HENDERSON E. W. MILLER SON BONANZA PRINTERS REX BELL ' S FRONTIER STYLINGS SPORTSWEAR PHONE DU 4-3144 304 FREMONT LAS VEGAS, NEVADA A. C. GRANT 209 SOUTH MAIN La: Vegas, Nevada CONGRATULATIONS Gradi jating Seniors Andy Says: It ' s THE FINEST ANDERSON ' S Sweet (ream Ice (ream " The Dessert of the Desert " ANDERSON DAIRY Phone DUdley 4-0777 Las Vegas, Nevada 267 FROM EVERYWHERE EVERYBODY STOPS HERE ! . LAS VEGAS ' FAVORITE rwnsjssJw£ CbJh DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS 268 GOLDEN NUGGET, GAMBLING HALL A MARBLE ANP OLD WAHO ANY PALACE RI MT OUT OF WE | ....... iwfl «rkere Play yowr favorite game... ROULETTE CRAPS fARO POKER TWENTV-ONE BIN O WWEEl Of FORTUNE KENO SCOT MACHINES Twee cuthe Nugget Restaurant THREE BARS ENTERTAINMENT ESP World Fmous foR Five foop All under one roof THE i MILLION DOLLAR GOLDEN NUGGET GAMBLING KAiL OOWNTOWN IAJ VE AS m MB 269 LYON COUNTY, Nevada ' s leading county in the production of alfalfa hay, potatoes, honey, onions, and turkeys. Also a large producer of beef cattle, sheep, swine, dairy products and grain. An important livestock feeding area. Fertile land and adequate irrigation water supply. The county also plays an important part in the production of metals and non-metallics. GARDEN SPOT OF NEVADA " Where the Land Owns the Water ' - fou jdL- 270 WALKER MELARKEY FLYING A SERVICE — TELEPHONE FA 2-2307 — Ccmer S. Virginia and Liberty St. — RENO, NEVADA COFFEE SHOP COCKTAIL LOUNGE GAMING PERSHING HOTEL JERRY LODGE, Manager I block off Highway 40 Phones 122 123 Lovelock, Nevada DANCING GAM I NG DINING BIG MEADOW HOTEL CLUB CAFE Your Lovelock Host FELIX TURRILLAS, SR. LOVELOCK NEVADA Compliments of PERSHING COUNTY ira 271 From The Earth Comes An Abundant Life For All Kennecotfs Veteran Pit Best of Luck Class of ' 57 NEVADA MINES DIVISION RUTH—McGILL Kennecott COPPER CORPORATIONS 272 273 " £ h y U C- s a + - a r a rfc . fa 1 C yott a 6 s 2p£ - r etSins- - %U . 6. 0. fa JlmtW jJU»y, jfCxzgL Xt - jtt ' Qtsfl? l(?t-4 Cv yjjfy tZl i g c U ' CT Oil ' Eow lO .. " PlA " r u £v J j }?? -M f4te °r ?£ U3 jS% 2a-«- » ' 274 fiLjCj t €+4 K % Jfi d£ £ „? r5S— - Q U UjL " ■ r u - 06a -J @ £l 2 ?»-o-»- - P t r L ( L ($2 .p sx ffiti u f ? L £ ■ «A t C 1 J 7» t« U£2- V 3 - ?. 2 e ' 3 jr. ? Mt o£n (foi y» £ Tfiupv W- t fcu r va «c £ ' s l - t jLM ee z , a 275 1 MAY 1 A ' JMVN 1 ) " 276 277 INDEX SENIORS ADAMS, CLARK NAPIER ... 40, 93 AGUER, PIERRE AIELLO, FRANK RALPH ... 40 Economics; Orange, New Jersey; Sigma Nu; Commerce Club 1. ANDERSON, JAMES . . . Political Science; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Nu; Blue Key 2; Block N 3; Sundowners 2; Ski Club 2; tennis; intramural sports. ANDERSON, WALTER ANDREW ... 40, 96, 125, 171 Music and Voice; Reno, Nevada; Lambda Chi Alpha; $250 voice scholarship; Senior class committee; University singers 1, 2, 3, 4 Campus Players 4; Symphonic Choir 1, 2 Oratorio Chorus 1, 2 ; Assembly Committee 3 " Messiah " soloist 3, 4; " Kiss Me, Kate " lead 4. ARATA, LAUREL LEE PARKER ARDEN, RICHARD WILLIAM ... 46, 84, 117, 122, 131 Civil Engineering; Reno, Nevada; Alpha Tau Omega 4; Coffiin and Keys 2; Nevada High- way Employees Scholarship; Student Chapter of ASCE 4. ARNOLD, CHARLES RAYMOND ... 139 Mathematics; Reno, Nevada; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon 3, 4; Mary Elizabeth Talbot Scholarship; Math Club 1, 2, 3. ARTERO, PETER JOHN ... 40, 117 ATKIN, ROBERT JAMES ... 40, 116 AUFDERMAUR, JOSIE ... 29, 30, 40, 76, 110 AVANZINO, JOANN ROSE ... 40, 120 B BAKER, MARVIN ... 40, 96, 121, 193 BALL, GEORGE WARD, JR. . . . 40, 113, 117, 119, 121, 195 Civil Engineering; Las Vegas, Nevada; Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Tau 3, 4, president 4; Smith Scholarship; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, treasurer 4; Block N 1, 2, 3, 4; American Society of Civil Engineers 3, 4; football 1, 2, 3, 4; freshman basketball 1; track 1. BANCROFT, JAMES LEE ... 40 BARBAGELATA, GENE BEESON, BEVERLY LOUISE ... 40, 78 BERNARD, AUDREY ... 32, 34, 40, 74, 82, 106 Education; Yerington. Nevada; Pi B t? Phi, president 3; Who ' s Who 4; Sagens 3, 4; New- man Club 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3; Young Repub- licans 1, 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic president 4; Freshman class committee ; Senior class com- mittee; Panhellenic Council 3, 4. BISSETT, DON ... 84, 121, 122 Accounting; Reno, Nevada; Alpha Tau Omega; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; basketball. BLEDSOE, BRUCE LEE ... 36, 104, 105, 174 Journalism; Reno, Nevada; Sagebrush editor 4; Nevada State Press Association Scholarship; Press Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Delta Chi 2, 3, 4, secretary 1 ; Brushfire 1, 2, 3. BOLAND, PATRICIA JEAN ... 32, 46, 78 BOONE, JOHN ... 40, 94, 113 BOTZ, MAXWELL ... 29. 33, 34, 40, 94 BOWLING, JAMES F. ... 40 Civil Engineering; Fresno, California; inter- collegiate basketball and bowling. BOYER, PHYLLIS ANN BRIGHT, JAMES A. . . . 40, 101, 139 Electrical Engineering; Reno, Nevada; Pi Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Joint I.R.E.-A.I.E.E. 3, 4. BROWN, JANICE ... 40, 76 Zoology; Reno, Nevada; Delta Delta Delta; Saddle and Spurs 1; Aggie Queen 3. BROWN, RAY STANLEY BROWN, ROBERT W. ... 41, 113 Accounting; Herlong, California; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Out-of-State Tuition 2; Fleisch- mann Scholarship 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 3. BROWNE, EDWARD HARRISON BURKE, CHARLES HERBERT . . . 138, 14 1 BUTLER, DONNA LEE ... 41, 80 Psychology; Reno, Nevada; Kappa Alpha Theta. CANN, ROBERT W. ... 41, 116 Electrical Engineering; Reno, Nevada; I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. CARLSON, ARTHUR LEON ... 41, 116 Electrical Engineering; Carson City, Nevada; Otto Herz Scholarship 4; I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. CAVANAUGH, BARBARA KAY ... 28, 29, 31, 34, 41, 80, 100, 102, 106 Prelegal; Reno, Nevada; Kappa Alpha Theta; A.W.S. president 4; Executive Committee 4; A.W.S. Council 3, 4; Senate 4; Student Union 4; Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4; Cap and Scroll 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Committee, Card-Stunt Committee 3; Student-Faculty Re- lations Committee 4; Commencement Commit- tee 4; Scholarship Committee 3; Yearbook 3; Ski Club 2; Debate Squad 2, 3, 4; Sagens 4; College Board 3. CHAPDELAINE, JOHN F. ... 41, 117 Civil Engineering; Boston, Massachusetts. CHIATOVICH, JANICE ... 29, 32, 34, 37, 41, 78, 103, 106, 151 Physical Education; Gabbs, Nevada; Gamma Phi Beta; Senator 3, 4; Publications Board 3; A.W.S. Council 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4; Smith Scholarship; Sagens 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 2, 3, 4; P.E.M. ' s 2, 3, 4; Upperclass Committee 3, 4 ; Senior Class Com- mittee; Flag twirler 2; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3; As- sembly Committee 3, 4; French Club 2; Homecoming Committee 4; Winter Carnival Committee 2, 3; Mackay Day Committee 3. CHISM, JANET CLELLAND ... 41, 144 Business Administration; Hiko, Nevada; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Girls Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Arte- misia-Manzanita Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Big Sisters Committee 4. CHRISTENSEN, ERNEST JOHN CLAYSON, ARTHUR E ... 41, 118, 124 Mechanical Engineering; Montello, Nevada; Sigma Rho Delta; Royal D. Hartung Indus- trial Scholarship 1; Inter- Faith Council 4; Lambda Delta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 ; A.S.M.E. 1, 2, 3, 4. CONDIE, ANNIE LEE ... 41, 126, 144 Secondary Education; Pioche, Nevada; A.W.S. Council 3; Smith Scholarship; Lambda Delta Sigma 1, 2, 3; president 3. CONTRI, TED ERNEST . 121 41, 90, 113, 117, Winer Scholarship 4; Sagens 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 2, 3, 4; Orchesis 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2; Debate Squad 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Committee; Yearbook 3; Pan Hellenic Council 3, 4; Song Leader 1; Inter- Faith Council 1, 2, 3, 4. CORDES, PATRICIA ANN ... 31, 34, 36, 46, 80, 100, 101, 106, 108 Accounting; Minden, Nevada; Kappa Alpha Theta; A.S.U.N. secretary 3; A.W.S. Council 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Cap and Scroll 4; Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4; Smith Scholarship; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Commerce Club 2, 3; Sagens 4 COYLE, CHARLES EDWARD ... 28, 29, 30, 34, 36, 41, 102, 112, 130, 140 History; Delanco, New Jersey; Alpha Tau Omega; Men ' s Senator-at-Large; A.S.U.N. president; Blue Key 2, 3, 4, secretary 2; Sun- downers 2, 3, 4; Sagers 1, 2; Young Demo- crats 1, 2, 3, 4, president 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CRANDALL, EDWIN BERNARD ... 41, 115 History; Truckee, California; History and International Club 1; Young Republicans 2. CRONENBERGER, GORDON ... 41, 94, 174 Personnel Management; Crosby, Minnesota; Theta Chi ; Circulation Manager of Sagebrush 3, 4; Alternate Senator 4; Leadership Follow- up Conference Committee 4; Out-of-State Tui- tion Award 4; Young Republicans 4; Psy- chology Club 4. CRONENBERGER, PATRICIA ... 33, 41, 78 Psychology; Crosby, Minn.; Gamma Phi Beta; Women ' s Upperclass Committee 4. CROOK, DIXIE KAY SIMONSON ... 41, 76, 102, 110 CULVER, PATRICK DUNNE ... 102 CUTLER, GORDON (DON) EMMET ... 42, 75, 94, 112 D DALY, JOSEPH LAWRENCE JR. DARRAH, JOHN HARLAND . . . 113, 114 33, 46, 94, DAVIS, FAITH ANTOINETTE DELONG, MARILYN AILEEN . . . 42, 80, 134 DEPAOLI, EDWIN LOUIS . . . 128, 135 DEPAOLI, RUEL OWEN . . . Physical Education; Reno, Nevada; Best- Drilled Cadet R.O.T.C. 2; Bronze Medal. DEVLIN, ROBERT 42, 143 42, COOPER, SIMMIE DEE ... 32, 33, 34, 36, 41, 74, 76, 100, 102, 106, 126, 165 English; Sparks, Nevada; Delta Delta Delta Assistant Yell Leader 3; Head Yell Leader 4 Cap and Scroll 4; Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4 Who ' s Who 4; Smith Scholarship; Rita Hope DIDOMENICO, EVALYN ELIZABETH 101 Psychology; Sparks, Nevada; Phi Kappa Phi; Deltla Delta Delta Local and National Schol- arships; Jewitt Adams Scholarship. DONNELS, WAYNE THOMAS ... 42, 117 Civil Engineering; Reno, Nevada; Lambda Chi Alpha; Sigma Tau; A.S.C.E. DYER, DWIGHT E. Journalism; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4; William Lundsford Journalism Scholar- ship; Press Club 2, 3, 4. DYER, NORMA ELLEN ... 42, 125 Music Education; Tonopah, Nevada; Univer- sity Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Accompanist; Band 3, 4. ENGEL, WILLIAM FREMONT ESPIN, HOWARD EUGENE JR. . . . 34, 42, 84, 113, 129, 214, 215 Business Management; Hawthorne, Nevada; Alpha Tau Omega; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, 278 president 4: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Campus Play- ers 1. 2. 3: Ski Club 2: Young Democrats 2; Commerce Club 2, 3: Rifle Team 2, 3. 4. EVANS, LOUISE HARRISON FISHER. DONNA IRENE ... 32. 34, 42, " 4, S, 100, 122 Kindergarten-Primary Education; No. Las Vegas. Nevada: Gamma Phi Beta, president 4; Cap and Scroll 3, 4 ; Executive Secretaries Scholarship: A.W.S. Scholarship; Women ' s Relief Corps Scholarship; Jefferson Education Trust; Sagens 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Pan- hellenic Council 3, 4; Student L T nion Commit- tee 2, 3: Sophomore Class Committee; A.W.S. Council 3 ; Chairman, Women ' s Upperclass Committee 3 ; W.R.A. 1 : Student Representa- tive on Library Faculty Committee 3; Admis- sions Committee 4; Military Ball Queen 2; Chairman, Song Teams Mackay Day 2; Chair- man, Social Activities Mackay Day 3 ; Co- chairman, Soph-Frosh Field Day 2; Chairman, Campus Decorations Winter Carnival 2. FOLKES. MARGARET LEE . . . 32, 42, 80 FRETZ, RAY CHARLES ... 142 FUJITA, ROY EIRO ... 129 GARWOOD, JOANNE ... 42, 101 Economics; Reno, Nevada; Delta Delta Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Delta Phi; Josephine Beam Scholarship: Reno Newspapers Inc. Scholarship; Commerce Club 1; Campus Play- ers 1. GILLETTE, RICHARD MORRISS ... 42, 139, 141 Chemistry; Sparks, Nevada; Pi Mu Epsilon 1; Sigma Sigma Kappa 2; Jewett W. Adams Scholarship 2; Knights Templar Educational Foundation Scholarship; Chemistry Club 4; Mathematics Club 4. GISLER, PHILIP STANLEY . . . 138. 141 GLANZMANN. ROGER ANDREW H HAGGERTY, ELWOOD P. . . . 42, 88, 112, 121 HALVORSEN, GERTRUDE GONDELA ... 42 HAMAMOTO, GEORGE K. . . . 42, 117 Civil Engineering; Loomis, California; A.S.C.E. 3, 4. HAMPTON, STEWART FRANK ... 42, 88, 113 Accounting; No. Hollywood, California; Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade 2; Out-of-State Tuition 1, 2, 3; Rose Siegler 1; Sagers 1; Commerce Club 1. HANDLEY, CHARLES H. . . . 42, 116, 121 Electrical Engineering; Las Vegas, Nevada; Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Tau 4; Josephine Beam Scholarship 1 ; J. W. Hartung Industrial Scholarship 2; Kerak Temple Scholarship 4; Block N;; Scabbard and Bhde; basketball 1, 2; baseball 1, 2. HANSEN, EDWARD LEE ... 43, 84 Business Education; Lakeview, Oregon; Alpha Tau Omega; Standard Oil Scholarship 1; A.S.M.E. 1, 2, 3. HANSEN, GORDON ROLAND ... 42, 117 HANSEN, MILLICENT GAY ... 47, 93, 103, 106, 109 Political Science; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Kappa; Sagens 4; Model United Nations 3, 4, Presi- dent 3, Chairman of Delegation 3, Delegate 4; A.W.S. Fashion Show Chairman 4; Young Re- publicans 4; Women ' s Upperclass Committee 4; College Fashion Board 4. HANSON, JOHN CARL HARPER, CHARLES LEE HARRISON, CHARLES EVANS . . . 43, 91, 160 Political Science; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Nu; Young Republicans 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pershing Rifles 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3; Winter Carnival Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Chair- man 4; Student Tournament Director 3. HARRISON. LEONARD LEWIS, JR. HAWKINS, DENISE DWYER HAWLEY, LAWRENCE EARL ... 43, 86, 130, 131, 140 Speech; Las Vegas, Nevada; Phi Sigma Kappa; Senator 3; Executive Committee 3 Junior Class Committee; Coffin and Keys 3, 4 Blue Key 3, 4; Delta Sigma Rho, President 4 Phi Alpha Theta 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Debate Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. HELLERICH, GEORGE ... 43, 91, 101, 142 HILL, JAMES C. . . . 43, 87 English; Reno, Nevada; Phi Gamma Delta. HODGKINSON, DUANE NEIL HOLLAND, LEE A. . . . 43, 95, 117, 119 Civil Engineering; Alturas, California; Theta Chi; Sigma Tau 3, 4; Pat McCarran Memorial Scholarship 3; Ski Club 1, 2. 3, 4; A.S.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2. HOLSTROM, MILTON HUGH ... 43 HOWTON, WILLIAM JOEL HOYT, MERLYN HAROLD . . . 96, 112, 135 Business Administration; Ely, Nevada; Lamb- da Chi Alpha; Student Union Director 3, 4; Sheepherders 3, 4; Sundowners 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 3, 4. HOTCHKISS, HELEN EVISON History; New- York, N.Y.; Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4. HULTBERG, WARREN EARLE Applied Music; Reno, Nevada; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Senior Recital 4. HUNNEWELL, THEODORE PAUL HUNT, GERALD F. . . . 43, 113, 124 Business Administration; Bunkerville, Ne- vada; Theta Chi; Smith Scholarship; Scabbard and Blade; Lambda Delta Sigma. HUNT, JACQUELYN PATRICIA . . . 103, 106, 108, 145 Home Economics; Gardnerville, Nevada; Eta Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Artemisia-Manzanita Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 1, 2, Vice- President 3, President 4; F. T. A. 4; Sagens 4; Young Republicans 4. I INGRAM, JOHN W. . . . 29, 30, 32, 43, 91, 103, 112, 130, 131 History; Gridley, California; Sigma Nu; Sen- ator 3, 4; Nominating Committee 3, 4; Executive Committee 3; Coffin and Keys 3, 4; Blue. Key 2, 3, 4, President 4; Sundowners 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 2, 3; Sagers 1, 2; Model United Nations 4, Pub- licity Chairman 4; Election Committee 3; High Schools Relations Committee 4; Wolves Frolic Business Manager 4; Mackay Day Committee 3; Young Republicans 3, 4; Men ' s Upperclass Committee 3. IVESON, ROGER OLIVER ... 43, 96, 112, 121 J JACKSON, JAMES KENNETH JAYO. TOMMY SAMMY ... 43, 96, 1 18, 1 19 135 JEANBART, GREGORY ... 43, 87, 108 Physics; Aleppa, Syria; Phi Sigma Kappa; Armanko Office Supply Scholarship 3; French Club 3, 4; American Associatio n of Physics Teachers; American Institute of Physics. JOHNSON, LILLIAN RUTH . . . 33, 46, 82 Sociology; Reno, Nevada; Pi Beta Phi; Sen- ator 3; A.W.S. Council 4; Chairman, Women ' s Upperclass Committee 4; Chairman, Social Code Committee 4. JOHNSON. LYNN HARLAN ... 32, 43, 91, 121, 205 Business Administration; Reno, Nevada; Sig- ma Nu; Block N 2, 3, 4; Ski Club; Young Republicans; Senior Class Committee. JOHNSON, RODGER ... 43, 113 JONES, CLARK D. . . . 43, 101, 113, 124 Accounting; Wells, Nevada; Phi Kappa Phi; Smith Scholarship; University Singers 1, 2; University Band 1, 2; Inter-Faith Council 2, 3; Lambda Delta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4. JONES, DEANE STERLING ... 43, 118 Mechanical Engineering; Fair Oaks, Califor- nia; A.S.M.E. 3, 4. JONES, ROBERT JAY ... 75, 91 JORDAN, NANCY RAE TERRELL K KILEY, JAMES PATRICK KOCH, DYANN JUREY LANE, DONALD HERBERT . . . 44 Metallurgical Engineering; San Carlos, Cali- fornia; Phi Sigma Kappa; Chairman, Elections Committee; First Student Union Board of Directors 2; Blue Key 4; Crucible Club 1. LAPPOEHN, BRUNO ERIC ... 117, 119 Civil Engineering; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Tau, Secretary 1. LAUBACH, DUANE GILBERT ... 44 Business Administration; Henderson, Nevada; Commerce Club 3, 4. LEACH, JOHN MONROE ... 44 Business Administration; Pioche, Nevada. LEMAIRE, CHARLOTTE MERLE . . . 29, 33 44, 81, 106 English; Battle Mountain, Nevada; Kappa Alpha Theta; Senate; A.W.S. Council; Upper- class Committee; Jewitt W. Adams Scholar- ship; Sagens, Secretary-treasurer; Artemisia; Wolves ' Frolic, Mackay Day Song Team; Leadership Conference. LEMMON, MARTHA HEDLEY English; Reno, Nevada. LINVILLE, GLADYS LOGAR, RONALD JOHN ... 33, 44, 89, 112 207 Pre-dental; Hawthorne, Nevada; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sundowners 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Upper- class Committee 3, 4 ; Ski Club 3, 4 ; Chemistry Club 2, 3; Young Democrats 2, 3, 4; Sagers; Track 1; Basketball 1; Chairman of Mackay Day 4; Student Union. LOHR, LEWIS STILLMAN ... 44, 142, 143 Geological Engineering; Hollywood, Califor- nia; Alternate Senator; Crucible Club; Young Republicans 1. LONG, WILLIAM ELLIS ... 44, 121 LOOMIS, EVE ELIZABETH LUND, RICHARD LUNDGREN, JAMES LOUIS ... 44 Civil Engineering; Babbitt, Nevada; A.S.C E ■ Wrestling 2, 3, 4. LUSK, JAMES ALLEN ... 117, 119, 129 Civil Engineering; Grass Valley, California; Sigma Tau; Rifle Club; A.S.C.E.; Scabbard and Blade 2; Riflery. LUWE, FRANCINE GAYLE Psychology; Reno, Nevada; Gamma Phi Beta; Phi Kappa Phi ; Ginsburg Jewelry Co. Scholar- ship; Reno Business and Professional Women ' s Club Scholarship; Jewett W. Adams Scholar- ship; Kenneth W. Yeates Scholarship in Psy- chology; Gamma Phi Beta Pledge Scholarship- Pern ' s; W.R.A. ; Rifle Club; Wesley Founda- tion; Sagens; F.T.A.; Young Republicans; Junior Class Committee. !79 LYNCH, JOHN WILLIAM ... 117 M MACDONALD, ROGER WILLIAM ... 34, 44, 97, 102, 128, 131, 135 Agriculture: Paradise Valley, Nevada; Lamb- da Chi Alpha; A.S.U.N. Senator 2; I.F.C. Representative 2; Student Union President 2; Senior Class Committee; Homecoming Com- mittee 2; Mackay Day Committee 2; Coffin and Keys; Sheepherders ; Smith Scholarship; Who ' s Who; Young Democrats; Aggie Club; Ski Club; Newman Club; Aggie Horse Show Board ; Aggie Rodeo Board. MACKENZIE, WALTER EDWARD ... 46, 89 MCCLINTIC, RICHARD CHARLES MACCOUN, JOHN ... 44, 117 Civil Engineering; Dutch Flat, California; A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. MAHONEY, PATRICK FRANCIS ... 44, 95 Business Administration; Carlin, Nevada; Theta Chi; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Committee. MOHR, PETER BRICKMAN MONTELATICI, NORMAN EUGENE 85, 112 45, MANOUKIAN, MILTON 44 44, 92, 112, MARFISI, PHILIP MICHAEL 121 Pre-law ; Battle Mountain, Nevada; Sigma Nu; Sophomore Class President; Senator 3; Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4; Smith Scholarship; Coffin and Keys 2, 3, 4; Block N 3, 4; Sun- downers 4; Football 1; Boxing 3. MARK, THOMAS WAYNE ... 30, 44, 103, 116, 139 Electrical Engineering; Modesto, California; Student Union Director 1 ; Pi Mu Epsilon 1 ; Edgerton Orley and Germeshausen Scholar- ship; Chairman, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2; Young Re- publicans 1. MARSH, CHARLES WILLIAM ... 44, 118 Mechanical Engineering; Boulder City, Ne- vada; Alpha Tau Omega; Duane S. Laughery Memorial Scholarship; A.S.M.E.; Sagers 2; Baseball 1 ; Junior Class Committee. MARTIN, DIANE MARY ... 29, 30, 31, 35, 36, 44, 77, 106 Elementary Education; Compton, California; Delta Delta Delta 3, 4; A.S.U.N. Secretary 4; Sen ator 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; Sagens; Young Democrats; A.S.U.N. Executive Committee, A.S.U.N. Finance Control Board; A.S.U.N. Publications Board; Women ' s Upperclass Committee. MARTIN, WERNER KEITH ... 117 MATHEUS, LOUELLA MAE ... 47, 83 Home Economics; Yerington, Nevada; Elec- tion Board 2, 3; Smith Scholarship; Eta Ep- silon 2, 3; Young Republicans 1, 2, 3; New- man Club 1, 2. MAYEROFF, JOHN WALTER ... 44, 121, 221, 222, 223 MCBETH, DIANE SPINA ... 46, 81, 106 Education; Reno, Nevada; Kappa Alpha Theta; Sagens, President 4. MATTERN, WILLIAM MEDER, JOHN ... 45, 85, 113, 121, 221, 222 MENDIVE, JOSEPH JOHN ... 45 Graduated in Mining Engineering; Elko, Ne- vada; Jones-Hoover Scholarship. MIDDLEBROOK, JOHN ... 95, 113, 129, 142, 214, 215 MILLER, ROXANNA LU . . . 35, 47, 83, 10 , 106, 109 Mathematics: Reno, Nevada; Pi Beta Phi; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges; Sagens 2; Campus Players 2; Model United Nations 1 ; Young Republicans 2. MILLS, RICHARD LEE . . . 45, 113, 129, 214, 215 Biology; Fallon, Nevada; J. Beam and Max Fleischmann; Rifle Club 4; Scabbard and Blade 2; Riflery. MURIE, THOMAS D. . . . 45, 87 Music Education; Reno, Nevada; Phi Sigma Kappa; Scabbard and Blade; Emporium of Music Scholarship; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; University Singers 3 ; University-Community Symphony 3. N NELSON, GEORGE ROWLAND 198, 200 O 45, 85, ODELL, W. DON ... 45, 97, 116 Electrical Engineering; Carson City, Nevada; Lambda Chi Alpha; Sophomore Class Com- mittee; Broili Scholarship in E.E.; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Amateur Radio Club. OLDENBURG, DIANE ... 31, 47, 77, 106 Physical Education; Klamath Falls, Oregon; Delta Delta Delta; Sagens; W.R.A. Board; P.E.M. ' s; Canterbury Club; Orchesis; Univer- sity Singers; Ski Club 1, 2. O ' LEARY, FRANCIS VINCENT History-Education; Cambridge, Massachusetts; History Club; Young Republicans. ORMSBY, THOMAS FRANCIS ... 54, 97, 116 ORR, MARGARET ... 29, 30, 31, 32, 35, 36, 45, 74, 76, 106 Elementary Education; Pioche, Nevada; Delta Delta Delta, President 4; Senator-at-Large ; Who ' s Who; Sagens;; Thomas E. Dixon Scholarship; F.T.A. 1. 2; A.W.S. 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 3, 4; Senate 3, 4; Univer- sity Singers 1 ; Y.W.C.A. 1 ; Young Repub- licans 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Sigma Nu White Rose Queen. ORTIZ, JOANNE FRANCES ... 45, 74, 83, 106, 108 P PACINI, HARRY ALADINO . . . 141 PATRIDGE, JOSEPH MITCHELL ... 45, 92 Psychology; San Francisco, California; Sigma Nu; French Club 1; Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Wolves Frolic 1. PAVLAKIS, CHRISTINE ... 145 PEARSON, ROBERT MELVIN ... 45, 87, 101, 130, 131, 141 PEEK, ROBERT RAYMOND PERKINS, CHARLES AUGUSTUS ... 45 PERRY, WINIFRED MARY NAY PETRINI, ANN CRONIN ... 45, 77, 127 Business Education; Reno, Nevada; Delta Delta Delta; Smith Scholarship; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Cercle Francaise 1, 2, 3; Com- merce Club 2, 3; Inter-Faith Council 1, 2, Vice-President 2 ; Artemisia Staff 2. PIRETTO, GLEN LEROY ... 45, 92, 113 PLANT, PHILIP (4.0) ... 45, 115, 129 Political Science; Las Vegas, Nevada; Phi Alpha Theta; Honor Roll 1, 2 3, 4; History and International Relations 4; Manager, Hart- man Hall 4; Manager, Dining Hall 4; LL.B. St. Johns University, Brooklyn, New York, 1930. PLUMMER, HAROLD LEROY ... 45, 92, 121 Business Administration; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Nu; Block N 2; Basketball 2. PORTA, LOUIS ... 45, 92, 103, 112 Political Science; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Nu; Sundowners 3, 4, President 4; Social Code Revision Comm ittee. POWELL, JAY ... 32, 35, 46, 74, 80, 106 History; Fallon, Nevada; Kappa Alpha Theta, President 4; Who ' s Who 4; Sagens 4; Pan Hellenic Council 4; Chairman, Winter Car- nival Sorority Decorations 2; Mackay Day Secretary 3; Senior Class Committee; Madem- oiselle College Board 3, 4. PRIEST, WILLIAM . . . 46, 92, 208, 209 Wild Life Management; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Nu; Block N; Scabbard and Blade; Ski Club; Boxing. R READ, BEVERLY ... 46, 77, 102, 110 Psychology ; Reno, Nevada ; Delta Delta Delta ; Jr. Senator; Orchesis 1; Ski Club 4; Women ' s Ski Team 3 ; Young Democrats 1 ; W.R.A. ; Psychology Club 1. RECKERS, MARY LOUISE ... 46, 81 REEDER, ROBERT ROY General Business; Sparks, Nevada; Delta Sigma Rho 4; Jewett W. Adams Scholarship 2, 4; Major Max C. Fleischmann 3; Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sagers 2; Newman Club 2; Commerce Clu b 3. REIMERS, JACK WALTER RICHARDSON, CLARENCE R. . . . 46, 101, 139 Physics; Reno, Nevada; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon 1; Ginsburg Award 2; Adams Scholarship 3; Klute Scholarship 4; Cutts Scholarship 4; MathJZlub. RICHARDSON, THOMAS N. . . . 46, 75, 86 RICKETTS, BEVERLY ... 32, 35, 47, 74, 82, 100, 106, 160 Primary Education; Yerington, Nevada; Pi Beta Phi, President 4; Phi Alpha Theta; Cap and Scroll; Who ' s Who; Sears-Roebuck Home Economics Scholarship 1 ; Josephine Beam 1 ; Fleischmann 4; Sagens 4; Pan Hellenic Coun- cil 3, 4; University Singers 1, 2, 3; Oratorio Chorus 3, 4; Junior Class Committee; Senior Class Committee; Women ' s Upperclass Com- mittee 3; Young Republicans 2, 4; University Dance Chorus 3; Winter Carnival Committee 4. RICKETTS, DONALD B. . . . 46, 116 Electrical Engineering; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Tau 1; Charles Clough E.E. Scholarship; Sec- retary for A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2 ; University Ama- teur Radio Club 2. RILLING, HENRY CONYERS ... 29, 32, 35, 36, 46, 104, 105, 111, 130, 174 Journalism; Las Vegas, Nevada; Sigma Delta Chi professional journalism fraternity, Presi- dent 4; Business Manager of Sagebrush; Sage- brush 2, 3, 4; Senator 4; Director of Student Publicity 2; Blue Key 3, 4; Las Vegas Press Club Scholarship; Lincoln Hall Association 1, 2, 3, Vice-president 4. ROBBINS, DAVID GEORGE ROBBINS, KENNETH ROBERT ... 30, 35, 104, 130, 131 Journalism; Ely, Nevada; Senator of the Col- lege of Arts and Science; Sagebrush Business Manager; Editor of Sagebrush 3; Coffin and Keys 1 ; Blue Key 1 ; Sigma Delta Chi 2 ; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges; N.S.P.A. Scholarship; Newman Club 2 ; Student Union Board of Directors 2. ROSE, WILLIAM PORTER ... 141, 143 RYAN, MRS. MERCER G. SAWLE, JOAN LOUISE ... 35, 46, 83, 101, 102, 106 Home Economics Education; Carlin, Nevada; Pi Beta Phi; A.W.S. Vice-president; Chair- man of Hello on the Hill 3; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Senate 2; Student Union Board of Directors 2; Phi Kappa Phi; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges; Sagens; Max C. Fleischmann Scholarship; B.P.W. Scholarship; Jewett W. Adams Schol- arship; Eta Epsilon, Secretary 2; Publicity- Chairman 1, Recording Secretary College Clubs Province XV 2; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; University Singers 1, 2; Model U.N. 2; 2nd Vice-president College Clubs Section, American Home Economics Association 3. SCHENK, JAMES CRANDALL 142 46, 119, 280 SCHOENHOLZER. RONALD JAMES . . . 143 Metallurgical Engineering; Chicago, 111.; Lin- coln Hall Association 4; Sigma Rho Delta 1; President of Lincoln Hall 1 ; Crucible Club 4. SCOTT. ROBERT JAMES . . . }2. 35, 46. 75, 8-4, 113, 130, 131. 135, 198, 199 Political Science ; Reno, Nevada ; Alpha Tau Omega President 4; Men ' s Upperclass Com- mittee Chairman; Sophomore Class Commit- tee; Junior Class Committee; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges ; Block N 4; Scabbard and Blade 2; Blue Key 1; Coffin and Keys 1 ; LF.C. 1 ; Basketball Varsity 3. SHARP, xMELVIN JAMES ... 46 Animal Husbandry; Tonopah, Nevada; Sigma Rho Delta 2; Sears-Roebuck Scholarship; Aggie Club I. 2, 3, 4; Polkateer 1, 2; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 2. SH1SHAKLY, MOUSTAFA RUCHDI ... 46, 8 ' Civil Engineering; Syria; Phi Sigma Kappa; Foreign Student Club 1 ; Soccer. SHUPER, DONALD WILLIAMS . . . 30, 46, 8 ' , 118. 151 Mechanical Engineering; Oakdale, California; Phi Sigma Kappa; Student Union Director 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 1, 2; Rifle Club 1; Wolves Frolic 2; Rally Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 4. SOUMBENICTIS, ERNEST A. 112, 151 46, 85, 102, SPALETTA, HOWARD WILLIAM Metallurgical Engineering; Reno, Nevada. SPURLOCK, PATRICIA ESTHER . . . 108, 145 STRANGE, ROBERT LOUIS ... 37, 46, 8 " , 125 STARR, CARYL ENID STEVER, KEITH RUSSEL Chemical Engineering; Pioche, Nevada; Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Sigma Kappa 3, 4; Nu Sigma Mu 3, 4; Josephine Beam Scholar- ship 1, 2; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4. STODIECK, MARGARET CAROL ... 46, 81, 101 Accounting; Carson City, Nevada; Kappa Alpha Theta; Max C. Fleischmann Scholar- ship; Semenze Scholarship; French Club 2, 3; Commerce Club 3; Rifle Club 1, 2; Model United Nations 3; Ski Club 2, 3; Young Republicans 4. SUDAN, AJIT KUMAR 47, us, 143 . 32, 35, 40, SULLIVAN, DANIEL JOSEPH 93, 112, 121, 131, 201 History; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Nu ; Senior Class President; Sophomore Class President; Block N 3 ; Coffin and Key 1 ; Sundowners 1 ; Basketball 4; Football 1. SUMMERFIF.LD, HARRY BOOTH JR. SWART, HOWARD EDWARD ... 47, 93, 116 Electrical Engineering; Reno, Nevada; Sigma Nu; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 4; American Institute of Radio Engineers 2; Chemistry Club 1. SYMONDS, RICHARD DELMER TAYLOR, DANIEL MAURICE TAYLOR, JACK JACOBY ... lis TAYLOR, SHEILA ... 47, 81, 120 Physical Education; Piedmont, California; Kappa Alpha Theta; Perns 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3; Orchesis 1, 2; Pani- wallis 3, 4. THORNTON, YVONNE (LARTEY) ... 47, 101, 108 French; Reno, Nevada; Kappa Alpha Theta; Phi Kappa Phi; Max Fleischmann Scholar- ship; Jewett Adams Scholarship; Klute For- eign Language Scholarship; Brushfire 1; French Club 3; Pan Hellenic Council 1. TIMMONS.I HAROLD GENE ... 47, 93, 1 18, 121 Mechanical Engineering; Winnemucca, Ne- vada; Sigma Nu ; Sigma Tau 4; Block N 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 3, 4; Track. TOLLEFSON, JOHN LEWIS ... 47, 93, 102, 113 TRIMBELL, JAMES LEROY ... 47, 141 TUCKER, RAYMOND FRANCIS ... 47, 93, 117, 122 Engineering; Sacramento, California; Sigma Nu; Newman Club 3; American Society of Civil Engineers 3. STUDENT INDEX 1 47, 81, URRIOLA, GLORIA MANUELA . 108, 160 Romance Languages; Battle Mountain, Ne- vada; Kappa Alpha Theta; Foreign Language Department Scholarship; Newman Club; Jun- ior Class Committee 3; Model U.N. 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Artemisia Staff (Organizations) 3; Women ' s Upperclass Committee 4; Winter Carnival Secretary 4. VAUGHAN, MILLER STILLMAN ... 47 Electrical Engineering; Ruby Valley, Nevada; A.I.E.E. 3. VIANI, JOSEPH ALVISE ... 47, 85, in, 121, 193 Physical Education; Hawthorne, Nevada; Alpha Tau Omega; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Block N 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Upperclass Com- mittee Chairman. WAGNER, ANITA MUNOZ ... 47 WAITE, DARRELL MYRON ... 47, 95, 113, 124 Agricultural Education; Longdale, Nevada; Theta Chi; Smith Scholarship; Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 2; Lambda Delta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. WAITE, GERALD HALE WAITE, KATHLEEN BARNETTE ... 47 WATKINS, ROBERT VINCENT WHALEN, BRIAN JOSEPH ... 47, 117, 121, 198, 199, 217, 220 Civil Engineering; Boulder City, Nevada; Block N 2; Newman 1; A.S.C.E. 2; Basket- ball 2; Baseball 2. WILKINSON, GEORGE ... 47, 85, 1 13 WISEMAN, WALTER JOHN ... 35, 47 87 103, 116, 119, 130, 131 WOLGAMOTT, RICHARD CARL WOOD, DOROTHY JANE WOODWARD, GEORGE HAMLIN ... 47 95 124 Agricultural Education; Fallon, Nevada; Theta Chi; A.T.A . 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Delta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Secretary 3; Mackay Day Committee 3; Aggie Club Horse Show Committee 1, 2, 3. WRIGHT, LORRAYNE YOUNG, FREDERICK EARL ... 47, 129 Mechanical Engineering; Arcadia, California; Senator of College of Engineering 4; A.S.M.E. 3, 4. Z ZUNINO, ELAINE MARIE Home Economics; Reno, Nevada; Eta Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Artemisia Staff 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Adams, Billy Lee . . . 33, 48, 88, 160 Adams, David Lee . . . 56, 195 Adams, Diane ... 110 Adamson, Carol Ann ... 56 Aimone, Darla Jean . . . 64, 78, 103 Ainsworth, Leonard Dwain Alai, Ahmad Albee, Irwin Adelbert Albright, Lester H. . . . 64 Alcorn, Albert Allen ... 48, 84, 116, 221 Alexander, Gary Webb . . . 64, 192, 194 Allen, Buzz ... 125 Allen, Jo Anne ... 64, 144 Allen, Lem Sparks Jr. Allison, George Vine Jr. . . . 32, 64, 88, 203, 217 Alston, Duke . . . 103 Alvarez, Edward Raymond ... 48, 88, 105, 112 Ames, Evelyn ... 56, 80, 120 Anastassatos, Maria ... 48, 126, 127 Anastassatos, Spiros ... 56, 84, 121 Ancho, George . . . 64, 143 Anderson, Donald John ... 64, 86 Anderson, Frederick Thorne Anderson, Lee Louis Anderson, Rick . . . 102 Anderson, Robert Floyd Ankers, Richard Simons ... 56, 90, 110, 205 Annett, Norma Jeanne . . . 32, 56, 78 Antoine, Justine Marie ... 56, 78 Antonelli, Grace Lucille ... 64, 76, 120, 122 Antonelli, Vance Alfred Aramini, Virgil Armbrecht, Gloria Ann . . . 108 Armstrong, Wanda Ella Armuth, Charles Connelly Armuth, Mary Lourinda Arnold, Nancy Lee ... 56, 78, 151 Arnold, Stanley D. . . . 102, 115, 129 Arrascada, Enos LeRoy ... 56, 96, 102, 128, 135 Arzoian, Arnold ... 117 Ashberg, Alan ... 56, 198, 201, 216 Assuras, Demetra Janene ... 56, 76 Atcheson, Sallie . . . 125 Atkinson, Mary Lucille ... 56, 120, 144 Autry, Robert Lee Jr. . . . 56, 121, 206, 224 Aylworth, James Chapel ... 56, 94, 107 B Backer, Joanne Elizabeth ... 48, 120, 122 Bagliazo, Daniel ... 57, 90, 192, 216 Bailey, Raymond Arthur ... 57 Bains, Harbhajan Singh ... 116 Baird, Robert C. Bakaric, Joe Baker, Charles William ... 129 Baker, Dave ... 129 Baker, Elizabeth Ann . . . 108, 125, 145 Baker, James Edward Baker, Phillips Ball, Larry ... 64, 84, 107 Ballinger, Gilbert Ben Balmain, Janet Betty ... 64 Bankof ier, Donald Dave . . . .64, 90, 22 1 Bankofier, Glenda Mae . . . 64, 125 Barham, Zelda Mae ... 108 Barlow, Warren Huntington ... 64, 94, 125 Barnes, Lonnie Eugene . . . 90, 107, ' 128 Barnhill, Hugh Kimbley ... 64, 90, ' 221, 223 Barrett, Larry Adam ... 117, 119 Barry, Janet Sue Barsanti, Richard Lee . . . 64, 88 Bartlett, Fred David ... 48, 113 Bartlett, Gary Richard . . . 64, 90, 107 Barton, Janet Kay ... 48, 80, 120 Bartz, Charles Elmer Baskerville, Donald Eugene Bastanchury, Anthony ... 57, 143 Bastian, Philip Lewis Batchelder, Jack Edmund ... 48, 90, 208, 209 Batchelder, Margaret Settelmeyer . . 55 103 144, 145 Bauer, Donald Jerome Bausman, Belinda Aha ... 57, 82, 103, 108 Beard, Gary Baylor ... 57, 96 Beardall, Eileen Victory Becan, Daniel Joseph Beebe, William Lawrence Beeghly, Richard Samuel ... 48, 81 281 Beer, Frances Mavia ... 64, 80 Beeson, Carol Alice Bell, Rex Anthony Bell, Craig ... 57, 90, 138, 208 Belli, Eugene Egidio ... 48, 90, 117 Belli, Marlene Emma Bellino, Roberta Lee ... 64, 76, 144 Benevides, John Marion Bennett, Richard Roy Bennetts, John Palsgrove Bentz, Thomas Vernon . . . 129, 212, 213 Berg, Gerty Irene ... 48 Bergevin, Marcia Ann ... 64, 82, 144 Bergin, Linda ... 64, 80 Bergland, Conrad Luis Bernard, Donald Arthur ... 32, 48, 88, 115 Bernotski, Blanche Rose Hall ... 108 Bernotski, Dennis Ross ... 116 Berrum, Theodore R. ... 64, 88 Berry, Jerry Berscheid, Dewey M. . . . 57, 203 Bertschinger, Robert Frederick ... 217 Best, Jean Catherine . . . 64, 82 Beyer, Erik ... 48, 96, 123 Beyer, Vibeke ... 64, 108, 144 Bianco, Vanessa Ann ... 48 Bicandi, Eugene J. Bingaman, Benjamin Rush ... 57, 88, 107 Bishop, Danny Nelson ... 64 Black, Cynthia Astrid . . . 64, 103, 110, 144 Black, Fred Edward Blackman, Catherine Laura . . . 64 Blake, John Louis ... 64 Blakely, George Nelson Blakely, James Eugene ... 64, 90, 107 Blevins, James A. Blincoe, Bertha . . . 108 Bliss, Joe . . . 208, 209, 210 Bloom, Melvin . . . 143 Boegle, William Henry . . . 128 Bonci, Richard Arthur Booth, Gayle Ann ... 57, 117 Booth, Ramona Ann . . . 145 Booth, Verlion Powell ... 48, 96 Borda, John . . . 198, 199 Borden, Charles Edward Borden, Melvin F. . . . 64, 88 Borders, Myram G. . . . 29, 31, 36, 48, 82, 105, 134, 166 Borgna, Marshall A. . . . 57, 84 Borgna, Maurice ... 56, 84 Bortolin, Richard John ... 37, 48, 88, 113, 125 Bortz, Louis C. Bosta, Jack ... 56, 90, 121, 206 Boucher, George Raymond . . . 129 Bouck, Mary Suzan ... 56 Boundy, Wallace Thomas ... 32, 56, 86 Bourne, Douglas Kidston ... 64, 90 Bower, John Earl Bower, Lawrence John Bowman, Gordon Allen Bowser, William Harry ... 48, 121, 195 221 222, 223 Boyd, Elizabeth Ann . . . 64, 76 Boyd, Jack Lee ... 56 Boyer, Charles (Bob) ... 117 Boyer, Theodore Straley . . . 142 Bradley, Elmo Randall . . . 49, 86 Bradley, Ralph ... 64 Bradley, Ronald Paul . . . 64, 96 Brainard, Frank Buddy ... 64, 96, 192, 194 Branch, Shelley Ann . . . 30, 49, 80, 110, 160, 173 Brandis, Howard Harris Brandt, Kaleoaloha ... 49, 106, 110, 120, 137 Braswell, Carolyn Ann ... 37, 125, 134, 145 Breen, Frances Ingram . . . 102, 122, 145 Breen, Peter Ingram ... 65, 96, 102, 107, 122 Bremner, Douglas Roger ... 30, 32, 56, 84, 107 Brennan, Martha Gay ... 65, 80, 110 Bretthauer, Erich Walter Breuckner, Marion ... 65, 110 Bringe, Charles Broadhead, Kenneth Gayle Brock, Gary James ... 49, 75, 96, 112, HO, 131, 151 Broderdorf, Ronald W. . . . 65, 88 Broadhurst Sandra Theresa Newell Bromley, Wynona June ... 49, 76, 126 Brooke, John Roy Brooks, Audrey Jones Brooks, Marilyn Uhart ... 49, 80 Brooks, Neil Brown, Columbus Marshall Brown, Ernest A. . . . 124 Brown, Gerald Paul ... 65 Brown, Harry Edward ... 56, 86 Brown, John Monte . . . 65, 90 Brown, Paul Lewis ... 125 Brown, Bob ... 110, 174 Brown, William C. . . . 49, 105, 111, 140, 151 Brulotte, Robert K. . . . 197 Brumage, Nancy Leoda Ann ... 65, 125, 144 Brunetti, Lawrence Gene Bruno, Marco Joseph Bruton, Johnnie L. Bryan, Richard H. . . . 30, 37, 56, 84, 107, 151, 166 Buck, Judith Ellen ... 65, 76 Bullis, John Roy ... 56 Buonamici, Deanna . . . 65, 145 Burge, Florence . . . 105 Burgess, Barbara Riiff ... 49, 120, 140 Burke, Larry ... 49, 56, 96 Burkett, Clinton Arvil Burkholder, Clay Bryan ... 65 Burleson, John Bradley Burns, Robert James ... 56, 84, 221 Burns, Tom Alfred Burns, W. Lynn Burson, Peggy Lavon Burt, Dale Wayde Buschke, Thomas Harold ... 56 Butts, Donald David ... 65 Byers, Dixey Kent Byington, Frederick Theodore . . . 65, 90, 125, 208 Byrd, Ronald Dallas Byrne, Robert Leonard C Caddell, Trudy Frances ... 57, 76, 140 Cahill, Donna Jean . . . 125, 145 Cahill, Jerry Cairns, Robert Howard ... 65 Calder, Wallis Yvonne ... 144 Callju, Robert Francisco Calvin, Kay ... 57, 82 Campbell, Everett E. Campbell, William Whitney ... 65, 88 Camealy, Lois Jean Ulmer Cane, Robert Melvin Cannon, David Howard ... 57, 88 Canonic, Keith Devoe ... 116 Capron, Bruce Edward ... 139 Capurro, C. Richard . . . 65, 84 Capurro, Marian Eleanor . . . 57, 78 Carano, Marie Kathleen . . . 57, 78 Cardinally David Lyle ... 49, 84 Carleton, Ralph Herbert Carley, Estelle ... 65, 103, 110 Carlson, Clayton ... 57 Carlson, Fred Henry ... 65, 96, 102, 107 Carlson, John Edward . . . 103 Carlson, Sonja Tia Linnea ... 65 Carouso, Nicholas Harry Carrillo, Romelia Carstensen, Roy Edward Carter, Bud ... 129 Cartwright, Calvin Dale Caselli, James Donald Casey, Patricia Sue Chambers, Dolores Winifred ... 65, 108, 144 Chambers, Jack Edward Chambers, Robert Lee Chandler, Nancy Marie ... 57, 82, 108, 134 Chanslor, Barbara Jo . . . 125 Chanslor, Craig Gordon Chapman, David C. Chappelle, Caroline Willoughby ... 57, 80 Chappellet, Felicia Helen ... 57, 78 Cheesman, Jack Edmund Chism, Betty Jean ... 65, 80 Choy, Dat Kim . . . 139 Choy, Eugene Choy, Eugenia Christensen, Ann Katherine ... 49, 80, 103, 109, 126 Christensen, David Peter . . . 37, 57, 96, 103, 107, 109 Christensen, Richard John Christiansen, Carol Joy . . . 65, 78 Christiansen, Jack Douglas . . . 65, 90, 207 Churn, Robert Browning Ciardella, Humbert J. Jr. Cimijotti, Margaret Ann ... 49, 80, 125 Cinfio, Ralph Michaele. Jr. Cirac, Don Louis Cirves, Philip Arthur ... 57, 94, 217, 218 Cladianos, Patricia Cox Clark, Dale Francis . . . 49, 96 Clark, John Everett, Jr. . . . 57, 96, 103 Clark, Peter Bertram Clarke, Bill ... 57, 96 Clarke, Eugene Allison Clarke, Willis Lloyd, Jr. Clawson, Frank Stewart . . . 65, 108, 129 Clayson, Clydie . . . 49, 124 Cleary, John Michael . . . 57, 94 Clevenger, Perry Eugene . . . 65, 94 Clock, Charles Eugene . . . 65, 88 Cluff, Don Benjamin, Jr. Cluts, C. Wayne Coalwell, Herbert Eugene Coate, Marian Alice ... 65, 76 Coate, Mary Diann ... 65, 76, 144 Coatney, Richard Allen ... 57, 96 Cobb, Gerald Wayne ... 49, 84 Coffin, Patrick Donald ... 65 Coffman, Gerald Drury Colbert, William Henry, Jr. . . . 139 Coleman, Morris Reynolds Collagan, Robert Bruce Colton, Elizabeth DeAnn ... 65, 80 Combs, Dale ... 117 Combs, Wuanita Faye ... 57, 78 Comer, Edward James ... 57, 90, 103 Condie, Bruce Austin Condrey, Roberta Jeanne ... 58, 76, 126 Conger, Alan Eugene Conner, Ralph Edward Connor, John Michael . . . 65, 90 Constantino, Elizabeth Smith Constantino, Joseph Cook, Donna Laura ... 58, 108 Cook, Harry LeFevre Cook, Marilyn Wilhelmenia Cook, Rodney Eugene ... 65, 84, 192 Cooper, Albert L. . . . 49, 121, 221, 222, 223 Cooper, Joel Michael Bauer Cooper, Lloyd Eugene Cooper, Robert Edward . . . 129 Coppin, Belinda Belle . . . 144 Corbaley, Richard Earl ... 49, 94 Cordova, Tommy Cordova, Tony Michael Corfield, George Walter Corica, James Vincent, Jr. . . . 58, 84, 121, 217 Corsiglia, Ruth Ann ... 58, 78 Costello, Clay Robert ... 50, 88, 151 Cottam, Elmer Donald ... 65, 124 Couch, Betty Charlen e ... 65 Coughlin, Robert John ... 50, 88, 112, 121 Count, William Henry ... 65, 129, 217, 218 Crabtree, Hobart Eldon Craig, Marcia Alayne ... 58, 134 Crain, John Russell ... 37, 50, 90, 107 Crase, Robert Frederick Crawford, William Conrad Creel, Allan Howard ... 58, 96, 121 Cress, James Edward ... 65, 88 Creveling, James Cleo, Jr. Cronin, Donald Barry ... 65, 90, 205 Crossett, Mark Jere Crook, Joe . . . 50, 90, 109, 130, 141 Cufflin, Ann Dwyer . . . 66, 82 Cufflin, Crispian Lamont ... 37, 50, 94, 107, 131 Cummings, Leslie Charles Cunningham, Michael John Curnow, Edward Earl Currie, Pat O ' CarroIl Curtis, Bartlett Howell Cutler, David Horton ... 58, 90 D Dahl, Carl Noel ... 50, 88 Dale, Everett Edward ... 58, 1 10 Damon, Donald Larry . ' . . 33, 50, 90 Damon, Lyle ... 65, 203 Damon, Nancy Jo . . . 65, 78, 145 Dangberg, John Frederick ... 58 Darney, Dale Blair Darrah, Lee Bryan Darrow, Clay ... 50, 90, 121, 197 Davidson, Marlon Kathryn . . . 125, 145 Davis, Hugh Paschal . . . 108 Davis, Kenneth Jerome Davis, Pat . . . 103 Dawson, Lawrence Elliot, Jr. . . . 58, 90 Day, Julia Day, Phyllis McDill DeGaines, Pamelia Harris Deleissegues, Richard Glenn ... 29, 30 33 50 96, 122 Deleray, Dudley Robert ... 65, 90, 107 Demorest, Marsha Jo . . . 58, 82 2 103, 109, 110 Dempsey, Earle Vernon Dennison, Kenneth Howard ... 50, 96 DePathv, Elizabeth Margaret DePriest, James Edward . . . 105, 174 DeReynier, Antoinette . . . 33, 50, 82, 160 Devereux, William John 282 Devers, Joseph LeRoy Devers. Shirlev Anne Devine. Clifford Patrick . . . 5S, 90, 110 DeVita, Philip Robert Dewees, Michael French . . . 32, 3 7 , 90, 160 Diehl. Jack Fraser . . . 140 Diehl, Thomas Nevin Dietrich, John Peter Dillinger. Norman Blaine Dillman, Richard Lee . . . 66, 90, 110 Dilts, Frederick William Dion, Melvin Francis Divens. Donald Fred Dobson, Douglas ... 58, 88 Dobyns, Eldon Thomas Dodgion, Lewis Harry . . . 129 Dodson, Lance Clarey ... 138 Dolan, William Donald Dollinger. Stephen Hilliard ... 29, 33, 37, 50, 88, 102, 104, 105, 113, 130, 131 Donathan, Frank Elmer . . . 66, 90 Dorworrh, Richard . . . 66, 90 Dow, Richard Howard ... 221 Downs, David Bruce ... 66, 96, 107 Draper, Donald ... 50, 94, 124 Draper. Stanford Carson ... 50, 96, 113, 130 Drisdale, Joan Louise ... 66, 78, 110, 122 Driver, Delbert Wesley ... 66, 84, 217 Duarte, John Robert . . . 129 DuBois, Francis Elbert III ... 21 " Dumble, Joanne Dee . . . 66 Dundon, Alan Michael Dunkel, Harold Dean ... 116 Dunn, Patricia Lynn ... 58, " 6, 125, 12 7 Durkee. Vernon Clark, Jr. . . . 32. 50, 84, 113 E Easterly, Clyde Martin, Jr. Eberley, Versiellen B. . . . 37, 66, 105, 165 Ebert, Helen Carkin Ede, Amy Linna Eddelman, William Smilev ... 33, 50, 90, 111, 130, 138, 16 " , 1 " 2 Edgington, Marjorie Ann Edmondson, Betty Virginia . . . 66, 126 Edmondson, Nadine ... 58, 108, 145 Edwards, Foster Sherwin Edwards, Marva Dee ... 32, 50, 76, 126, 127 13 " , 172 Edwards, Randall Norman ... 66, 96, 192, 194 Eggers, Gerald Curtis . . . 66, 88 Ehrlinger, Henry Phillip III Eide, Leroy Donald ... 66, 84, 10 " Eliades, Sam George Elliott, John Howard Ellis, Richard Howard ... 66, 96, 192 Ellisen, Earl William ... 58 Ellison, Joseph William, Jr. . . . 50, 94, 125 Elsey, Robert Curtis Engell, Gloria Faye Ensley, James Garfield Erb, Yvonne Jo- Ann ... 58, 117 Ericson, Harry Richard . . . 206 Ernst, William Robert Etchebarren, Joyce O ' Brien ... 58, 78 Etcheto, James Joseph . . . 108 Eulert, Frederic William Evans, Charles Randal ... 58, 84 Evans, Dennis (Mike) Edward Evans. Gerald Francis Evans, Jay Glenn ... 125 Evans, Ted Allen ... 58, 88, 203 Everhart, Walter Eugene Evjen, Susan Coree ... 58, 80 E ezich, Peter Eli . . . 129, 216 Fabbi, Brent Peter ... 66, 90, 118 Eagg, Reeve Terry, Jr. Faiss, Bob ... 29, 30, 50, 96, 102, 104, 105, 112, 131 Falconieri, Joseph . . . 108 Falk, Winfield Fallerius, Faye Arline . . . 144 Fallon, Donald Eugene Earros, Angeline Lillian . . . 50, 76, 105, 137 Fast, James Paul ... 113, 118 Feathers, Marilyn Rose ... 31, 51, 124, 144, 145 Fehrm, June Elizabeth Fergoda, James Robert Ferrari. Marilyn Diane ... 33, 66, 82, 165 Ferrari, Robert Glen ... 51, 91, 117, 121 198 199, 217, 218, 219 Ferraro, Robert Stanley ... 51, 91, 102, 128, 135 Ferreira, Marilyn Joyce ... 58, 76, 125, 127 Ferrel, Janet Lee ... 66, 80, 125 Fields, Rrxinev Allen Fink, Robert Wilbur Finney, William Ray . . . 192 Firoved, Joseph LeRoy ... 58, 86 Firth, Robert Eugene ... 58, 91 Fisher, Carl Edward Fisk, Wayne Joseph Fitzgerald, Harold James ... 58 Fleming, John David Flynn, John Joseph ... 51, 91, 113, 121, 198, 199, 217, 219 Flynn, Marion Wiseman Folkes, John Gregg Forsythe, Olivia Marie . . . 66, 78, 122 Foster, Charles Clair . . . 66, 96 Foster, Edward Eugene ... Ill Foster, Gary ... 58, 86 Francy, Carol Leona . . . 58, 78 Franklin, Ida Jane Franks, Robert Donald Frantz, John DeWayne ... 66, 84, 110 Frantzen, Lawrence Earl ... 59 Franzman, Herbert Delman Fraser, Dale Lawrence . . . 51, 113 Freedman, Paul Maurice . . . 66, 143 Freeman, Jeanie Ann . . . 66, 80, 167 Freeman, William George . . . 142 Freemonth, Elizabeth Marie Flyge Freitag, Elsa Lynn . . . 66, 80, 167 Frenzel, Allen Clarence Fretz, Barbar?_ Finch Friberg, Denise Fricke, Robert John . . . 59, 91 Frost, Thomas Hill ... 66, 94, 129 Fry, Leslie Mack ... 59, 84, 107, 140, 151, 203 Fujii, Ken Harano ... 51, 121, 195 Fulkerson, Charles Wilford ... 32, 51, 94, 113 Fuller, Ernest John Fuller, Eugene George Fumagalli, Bernard James . . . 66, 96, 221 Fuson, Louis Leroy G Gaffney, Karen ... 66, 80, 103 Gaines, James Edward Gaines, Jerry Lee Galeppi, Barbara Frances . . . 66, 78, 128 Gallagher, Joan Barbara ... 66, 82, 102, 145 Gamboa, Ralph Gam well, Robert Lowell Gardenswartz, Carol Beth ... 37, 59, 76, 151, 165 Gardner, James Neil ... 66, 91, 208, 217 Garner, Harry William . . . 109, 129, 143 Garrett, Mary Jane Garro, Nick George ... 51, 84 Gedney, Larry Daniel . . . 66, 94, 129, 214, 215 Genasci, Bob . . . 135, 208, 209 Gentry, Raymond Allen ... 66 George, Patsy Ann . . . 66, 144 Gerring, Margaret Gerring, Robert Lyle Gibson, Christina Ileen . . . 66, 76, 103, 145 Gibson, Mary Theresa ... 51, 76 Gibson, Warren Frederick . . . 59, 86 Gifford, Murray Andrus . . . 207 Gifford, Ronald Leroy . . . 66, 91 Gilbert, Byron John Gilbertson, Sheridan Michael . . . 207 Giroux, Nan Delores Gisclon, John Marshall ... 66, 96, 102, 107, 118 Glanzmann, Marsha Towner Gleason, Charlotte Ardel ... 51, 76, 14 1 Gledhill, Ernest Richard Glenn, Elinor A. . . . 66, 80 Glenn, Mary Louise ... 66, 108, 144 Glisczinski, Novella R. Goble, Jerrie Ann Germain Goble, Max Eldon Godwin, Larry H. Godwin, Lorraine Edith Golliher, Richard L. . . . 59, 86, 112 Gomes, John Milton Gomez, Paul Gordon, Harvey Maurice . . . 136 Gorski, Edward L. Gotelli, Harold John Gott, Ronald Willis . . . 59, 91, 103 Grabowski, Paul H. ... 51, 109 Grafton, Judith Ann . . . 59, 141, 134 Granados, Eriberto Gray, Carol Ann Gray, Irmalee Anne . . . 67, 76, 103, 125 Green, Jerry Wayne Gregory, Blanche Monnarea Gribben, Clark ... 117 Grigsley, James Albert . . . 67, 88 Grippentog, William Gene Gross, Carl Heinz ... 67, 96, 103 Grout, Newton Samuel ... 117 Grund, James Albert Guinn, Gwenlyn ... 59, 76 Gumpertz, Gretjen Elizabeth . . . 67, 144 Gundelfinger, Hugo E. Gurss, Clarence Franklin Guth, Carolyn Anne ... 59, 82 Guyton, Edward Earl H Haban, Mil ... 129 Hackett, Everest Irving Hadley, William Henry ... 139 Hahn, David Allan Hale, Clarence (Joe) . . . 141 Hale, James Richard ... 116, 122 Hale, Lola Belle ... 67 Hall, Brian Lionel Hall, Carolyn Jean ... 59, 76 Hall, Claudia Constance ... 67, 76, 103 Hall, Gayle Avis ... 67, 80 Hall, Marilyn Irene ... 67, 82, 134 Hallahan, Francis Robert Hallaj, Muhammad Yusuf Hallsted, Frank Earl Halstead, Norma Jean Nye ... 93 Hamilton, Patricia Sue Hamilton, Richard Alvin ... 59, 96, 107 Handley, Wilbur Cecil Hanf, Emily Lynn ... 67, 78, 103 Hannifin, Philip Patrick . . . 102 Hansen, David Wallace ... 67, 86 Hansen, Harold M. ... 51, 91 Hansen, Nancy B. . . . 67, 77, 126 Hanson, Robert Andrew Hardester, William Thomas Hardy, Carol ... 59, 124 Hare, Donald Charles ... 59, 96 Hargett, Novella Carol ... 67, 126, 145 Harrigan, Gary Harris, David John ... 59, 84, 121, 212, 213 221, 222 Harris, John Bruce Harris, Kress Ryan ... 32, 67, 80, 103, 151, 172 Harris, Thomas Udell ... 59, 91, 208 Harrison, Joseph Myron Hart, James Lee ... 51, 84, 102, 130 Hartman, Don Lee Hartman, Marge Jane ... 67, 120, 145 Hartwick, John Arthur Harvey, John Frederic Harvey, Karen Linell ... 59, 78 Harward, Gordon Cleo ... 67, 96, 212, 213 Hatch, Phil ... 221, 223 Haug, Phillip Russell ... 67 Hauser, Paul . . . 67, 86 Hauser, Robert Louis ... 51, 91 Havelik, Karel George Hawes, George Hawkins, John Wallis ... 51, 84, 113, 121 Hay, James Leon Hayden, Janet Claire ... 67, 80 Haynes, Frederick Bryan ... 67, 84, 192, 194 Hays, Nancy Olive ... 59, 82, 134 Heater, Joan Elaine ... 59, 82 Heath, David Morgan Heck, Harry Wililiam . . . 33, 59, 84, 107 Hedeen, Wallace Bryon Heehs, Nancy Ann ... 59, 80 Heehs, Patricia Laverne ... 51, 81, 120 Heinz, William E. (Bilbo) . . . 51, 84, 112, 135 Heinz, Schilling ... 67, 87 Helms, William E. (Bilbo) ... 51, 84, 112, 135 Hemphill, Eva Marie Hemphill, Robert Burns ... 30 }2 37 51 87 103, 130 Henderson, Arthur Gene Henderson, Loren Lee Henderson, William Frank ... 59 Henry, Richard Russell ... 67, 91 Herbert, Robert David ... 118 Hermann, Ervin Leonard Hernandez, Raul Joseph Hershberger, Horace Malcolm Heryford, Robert Hesse, Sandra Jean . . . 67, 82 Heth, Cynthia Dyee ... 51, 77 Heward, Barbara Ellen ... 67, 81, 110, 144, 165 Hickman, Felton . . . 125 Hicks, Selda Kay . . . 67, 82, 110,- 165 Hidish, Adam Lawrence ... 59, 196 Higginbotham, John Wesley Hill, James D. Hines, Ellen Kay ... 67, 78 Hixson, Charles Eugene Hodge, Harold Elliott 283 Hogan, Paui Thomas Hogben, Michael David . . . 67, 143 Holland, Keith Charles ... 59, 94 Holmes, Linda Rae Holscher, Frank Gerald . . . 122 Holstine, Donna Marie ... 31, 51, 79, L06, 108 Hooper, James Arthur Hoover, Wayne Lester . . . 67, 95 Hopkins, Marie Blackett Hopper, Helen S. . . . 59, 108, 145 Horton, Robert C. Houghton, Barbara Jean . . . 67, 144 House, Evan Ralph Houx, Steele ... 51, 88 Howard, Joe Wesley Howard, Leonard Barmont . . . 208, 210 Howard, Myrna Rae ... 67, 82, 125, 144 Howes, Arol Dean ... 221 Hoy, David Ralph Hudlow, Grant Barclay Hudson, Billejean ... 67, 125 Hudson, Don . . . 143 Hughes, Michael Walter Hughes, Richard Alan . . . 67, 84, 142 Hughes, Richard Smith . . . 59, 84, 121, 221, 223 Hughes, Thomas Edward Hulse, Daniel S. . . . 32, 52, 111, 171 Humphreys, Glenda Lou Humphreys, William Thomas Hunt, Lee Denis Hunt, Tim Alan Huntsman, Jon Allen Hussey, Harry . . . 59, 143 Hussey, James . . . 113 Hutchison, Louis Charles ... 52, 121, 138, 221, 222, 223 Hyatt, Howard Arthur ... 117 I Ince, Diana George ... 67, 103, 151 Ivers, Ginger . . . 67, 77, 111, 140, 144 Iveson, Sherry Rose . . . 60, 77 Ivey, Clair Allured, Jr. Ivey, John Cuthbert II J Jackson, Mary Carol . . . 30, 31, 33, 52, 77, 106 173 Jackson, Robert Howard Jackson, Robert W. ... 52 Jackson, Thelma Delorise ... 125 Jacquez, Eulalio M. Jaksick, Sam Small . . . 60, 85 James, Judith Arlene Jamieson, David Hardy Jeffers, Robert Duane ... 52 Jeffries, Paul William Jenkins, R. Daniel Jenkins, Robert Eugene Jennings, George Patric Jennings, Mabel Elvira Jensen, Marilyn Kay ... 60, 77, 125, 126, 127 Jesse, Edward ... 219 Jesser, Fred ... 217, 218 Jewkes, Robert Edward ... 103 Joftis, Hilda Geraldine Johanson, David Franklin Johns, Elizabeth Anne ... 67, 144 Johnson, Betty Jane ... . 67, 108, 125 Johnson, Donald L. Johnson, Frank Hilton Johnson, Joe Lee ... 52, 87, 14 1 Johnson, Martin William ... 52, 91, 113, 121, 198, 199 Johnson, Orlo Quinn Johnson, Sharon Virginia ... 33, 37, 52, 81, 103 Johnson, Virginia Dupes ... 31, 50, 78, 106 Johnston, Norman Charles Jonasen, Frederick Allan ... 52, 95 Jones, Bruce Ditmars Jones, Denny Alan . . . 67, 91, 107 Jones, Donald Paul Jones, Honor Settlemeyer . . . 32, 62, 77, 165 179 Jones, Marie Evelyn Jones, Max LaMar, Jr. . . . 32, 56, 89 Jones, Ronald Charles . . . 60, 108, 124, 138 Jones, Stanley Richardson Jones, Wayne Paul Jordon, Francis Jordan, Larry Elmo ... 67, 95 Jordan, Velma L. Joseph, Roger, Jr. . . . 68, 103, 140 Joyce, James Austin ... 60, 107 Jung, Don . . . 142 Kahler. Millard H., Jr. Kaiser, William Vernon, Jr. . . . 136 Kanae, David Charles, Jr. . . . 192 Karstens, Kathleen Enid . . . 60, 77, 125, 127, 134 Kasunic, George Joseph ... 68 Katzer, Terrace Lloyd . . . 129, 142, 214, 215 Kautz, Judy ... 102 Kean, Richard Bernard Kearney, William Michael ... 52, 75, 88 Keech, James Heaton . . . 32, 96, 102, 103 Keegan, Thomas Gardner . . . 60, 217 Keeling, Robert Ray ... 117 Keener, Kerry . . . 143 Kees, James Michael . . . 60 Keever, Frank Richard Keith, William Lloyd ... 32, 60, 97 Kellogg, Nora Joan ... 52, 83, 102, 110, 165, 166 Kelly, Carl Francis Kelly, Kay Ardis . . . 68, 83, 137 Kelly, Patricia Claire ... 68, 103, 110, 144 Kendall, Marius William ... 68, 143 Kidder, Roy Sheldon . . . 60, 85, 217 Kiliany, Eugene John Kimrey, Leal William . . . 142 Kine, Robert Dean . . . 129 King, Albert J. . . . 116 King, Sandra Castle ... 68, 83, 125 Kirkman, Grant William ... 68 Kirk atrick, Carole Elna Kirn, Ronald Lester . . . 68, 143 Kirrene, Carol Rena ... 83, 122, 125, 167 Kissig, Donald Vern ... 52, 89 Kitchen, Walter Robert Kitts, Donald Henrv . . . 60, 91, 121, 208, 211 Klapper, James Chris Kling, Dwayne Alvin Knight, Noel Carol Lynne . . . 68, 79, 103, 125 Knott, George Luigi ... 115 Knudson, Karen Selma ... 31, 32, 37, 60, 81 Koehler, Charles Bernard Koehler, Frederick Dreyer Koenig, Alfred E. Koizumi, Tommy Kottinger, Janie Elinor . . . 60, 77, 125 Kramer, Wayne Braxton . . . 60, 89 Kretzmeier, Devona H. Kubler, Carol Eleanor ... 68, 125, 126, 134 Kuchler, Robert Charles Kuehnert, Ragnar Kuhles, Marilyn Emma Kulm, Dale Daniel Kurtz, Ella Marie . . . 36, 52, 124, 126, 144 Kuypers, Adrienne Suzanne ... 52, 83, 103, 151, 165, 173 Labate, Loreto, Jr. . . . 68, 85 Lamb, Bette Joy . . . 144 Lamb, Harold Edward Lambert, Thomas Leland Lambert, Thomas McCormac Lambrecht, Evelyne Beatrice Lamoreaux, Patricia Joan ... 60, 77 Landingham, Richard Lee ... 60, 89, 107 Lane, Barbara Allison ... 134 Lane, Gaye Nelle . . . 125, 171 Langhans, Alberta Jacques Langham, Paul Dean Laporte, James Emile ... 52, 89 Larrouy, Julian John, Jr. Larson, Gerald Lee ... 60 Larson, Nolan L. Larson, Royce Winter Lathrop, Jeannette Lucille ... 52, 77, 122 Lauck, Joseph Everett (Bud) . . . 122 Lavin, Patricio Edgar ... 52, 87 Leach, James Benjamin Leahy, Patrick Thomas Leal, Joe Mark ... 179 Lear, Robert Hopkins ... 129 Ledger, Edward Cross Lee, Gwendolyn Morton Legarza, John Albert . . . 198, 200 Legge, Gordon Hamlet . . . 68, 89 Lemaire, Fern Yvonne . . . 36, 125 Lemaire, Louis Mollart Lenz, Helen Ann ... 52, 77, 140 Lerude, Robert Eugene Lerude, Warren L. . . . 60, 91, 105, 121 Lesko, James Edward LeVitt, Lewis Bernard, Jr. . . . 68, 85, 107 Lewis, Bobby Jay . . . 52, 85, 173 Lewis, Dorothy Anne ... 52 Lewis, Richard Mills ... 60, 89 Lewis, Vernon Pearl Lindblom, Hans L. . . . 142 Lindeman, Dan Riley ... 68 Lindley, Norman Lee Lindsay, Joyce ... 52, 77, 126, 127 Linscott, John Ernest ... 68, 91 Littenberg, Louise Ellen . . . 144 Little, Raymond Balcom ... 60, 97 Locke, John Edwin . . . 60, 85, 138 Lockhart, Betty Lou Loddy, Bobbie Marie Lommori, Mario Manuel Long, Constance Claire . . . 53, 145 Longero, Evelyn Ruth . . . 68, 102 Longero, Jerry Dale Looney, Carl Grant ... 53, 91, 121, 208, 211 Looney, Walter William ... 60, 91 Lopez, Arthur . . . 143 Lopez, Frank ... 68, 97 Lopez, Jesse ... 1 19, 143 Lovett, Lawrence Frank ... 128 Lowe, Dave . . . 102, 104, 105, 174 Lucas, Earl McClancy Lujan, Barney Gilbert ... 33 Lundby, William Lundergreen, Gary William ... 53, 91, 195, 224 Lundy, Robert Alvah . . . 129 Luzier, Charles Ronald ... 68, 107 Lynch, Ronald Lyon, James Raymond ... 117, 129 198 201 221, 223 Lyon, Robert Charles . . . 129, 203 Lytle, Farrel W. Mc MacDonald, John Graham, Jr. . . . 60, 116 MacPhee, Laura Janette . . . 60, 79 McBain, Helen Carol ... 68 McBride, Mickey Rollo McCann, Thomas Michael ... 68, 89 McCarnes, Henry Wendell McClain, Billy Lee McCollum, James Albert . , . 60 McCrillis, David Clark ... 142 McCulley, Patricia Marie ... 60, 77, 126, 144 McDonald, Janis Ann ... 68, 81 McDonald, Mary Rozella McDonald William Howard, Jr. 34, 44 McDonough, Marie Eloise . . . 32, 53, 74, 81, 167 McEachin, Joseph Morris McEwen, Donald Duane McFarlane, Frances Joanne ... 53 McGee, Arlen Dean ... 53, 116, 129 McGoldrick, William James McGowan, Carolyn Kay ... 68, 83 McGowan, David Wilson ... 68 Mcllrath, Sharon Marguerite . . . 125 Mclntire, Kenneth Leon McKenna, William Edwin McKenzie, Tom K. McMahon, Colleen Katherine ... 60, 144 McMullen, Frances Penny ... 68, 81, 103 McMurray, Doris Carlson McNair, Sandra Nickell . . . 33, 54, 77, 115 McPartland, Charles Victor ... 102 McPherson, Emily Krai McVey, Charles Allen ... 60, 89 M Mabry, Claude Allen ... 212, 213, 221 Macaluso, Fina Macias, Samuel Arthur ... 53, 92, 121, 208, 210 Mack, Myrna Rae ... 61, 83 Madariaga, Johnnie ... 68, 92, 125 Madsen, Richard Wellington . . ' . 68, 95, 140 Maffi, Richard Stephen ... 68, 89 ' Magee, Thomas Gorman Mahoney, Vincent D. Mandeville, Clyde (Buzz) ... 68, 95, 107, 1 29 Maness, Rita Lloyce ... 1 1 1 Mangrum, Harry Joseph Jr. . . . 53, 89, 160 Manhire, John Aubrey ... 53, 97, 112 Mannix, Francine Patricia . . . 138, 141 Manoukian, Jacqueline Mansfield, Nancy Gail ... 125 Mardian, Leonard Karl Mariani, Theresa Ann ... 68, 83, 165 Markovich, Anka . . .61, 144 Marrs, Len Francis ... 68, 92 Marsh, Phinnie H. . . . 61, 85, 192, 194, 221 Marston, Herman Franklin Martelle, Acel Ralph ... 53 Martin, Jack Wayne Martinez, Ed ... 110 Martini, Dino Augustus, Jr. ... 53, S5, 121 Masini, Leo Antone Masini, Thelma L. Mason, Charles Edmond 284 Matekovic, Barbara jean Matheus, Janet Adele . . . 31, 61, 122 Mathews, David Ross . . . 12-t, l-i2 Mathews, Mac Dwight Mathiesen, Andrew Maddis Mattingly, Carlos Uee May. Lester Jerome ... l-i2 Mayo. Marvin Edwin . . . 109 Meacham, Warren E. Mead, Marjorie Grace . . . 53, 81. 115, 120, 16 " Menghini. James Andrew Menicucci. Peter . . . 61. S5 Mermen, Bernard Matthew . . . Ill, lis Merling, Deana Lois . . . 61. l-t5 Merryman, Edith Ann . . . 61. 77, 126 Metzker, Mary Lee . . . 53, 81 Meyer, Peggy . . . 61, 141, 144 Meyers. Gerald Paul Michels, Kenneth Allen Mickelsoa, Walter Andrew Middlebrook. David ... 61. 129 Midzor, Raymond . . . 61, 92 Miller, Lister Keith Miller. John Campbell . . . 32, 85, 10 " , 21 " , 220 Miller, John Patrick Miller, Lynn ... 68, 81, 110, 144 Miller, Marjorie Ries . . . 68, 81. 103 Miller. William Theodore Mills. Roger Warren . . . 68, 95, 125, 128 Millslagle, Frank Darell Minetto, Carolyn Yerna . . . 68, 77, 125 Miolini, Rita Anna Marie ... 68, " 9, 103 Mitchell, Marjorie Jean Moffett, Eugene Theodore Molineux, Penelope Frances . . . 37, 55, 77, 105, 108, 12 " , 134 Moncrieff, Robert Cecil Monday, John Lowell Montamble, William P. . . . 198 Montevaldo, Lester Earle Montrose, Stella Phyllis . . . 53, 145 Moody, William Raymond ... 61, 92, 103 Moon, Walter Gerald ... 68, 85 Moore, Donald Eugene ... 68, 92 Moore, John M. Moore, Robert James Moore, Theodore Heidtman . . . 129, 221 Moose, David Moran, Mickey Delphine . . .61, 141 Moritz, Raymond Gilbert Moroni, Ronald John ... 53, 97 Morrill, Robert Burns ... 61, 92 10 " 109 1 10 122 ' Morris, James Edward, Jr. Morris, Patrick John ... 53, 92 Mortier, Eugene Richard Morton, Mary . . . 68, 83 Morton, Robert Ray Mosher, George L. Mosher, Stan . . . 113, 123, 129 Moss, Merle Rae Mount, Rooert Warren Moyer, Donald William . . . 108 Movie, Jack ... 53, 85 Moyle, Maurice Stanley Mross, George Alex Muck, Sidney Ross ... 53, 92, 115 Mueller, Charles E. . . . 124 Mueller, Fred Charles ... 143 Mulheron, Jean Mulheron, Joan Mulligan, Thomas Francis Mullins, Joseph Anthony, Jr. Mullins, William Edward Munk, Deanne Ellen ... 61, 83, 103 110 134 Munk, Ronald Robert ... 69, 97 Munley, Lillian Maud Muran, Robert Paul . . . 69, 95, 125 Murdoch, Thomas Summers, Jr. ' . . . 92 Murphy, George Francis Murray, Ronald Eugene Musser, Charles Myers, William Ralph Myerson, Charles Kay ... 53, 113 Mylan, Patrick Thomas N Nagy, David Ralph Nannini, Richard Ideo . . . 138 Nash, David John ... 69, 92 Nash, William Michael 111 Nason, Allura . . . 103, 109 Natani, Elsie Joost . . . 105, 174 Natani, Kirmach Neal, John Arlen Necco, Alexander David . . . 33, 53, 92 120, Neighbors, Robert Alvin ... 61 Nelson, Darrel Lee Nelson, Don Arnold Ness, Robert Duane ... 54, 97 Neuschaefer, Robert William Nevin, Clarence John Nevin, Thomas Edwin Newmarker, Patricia Pringle Newton, Richard Coones Nicholson, Jerry Joe ... 61, 192, 197 Nicklanovich, Mark ... 54, 85, 113, 138 Nickolich, Ted Richard . . . 69, 92. 107 Nielsen, Howard Everett Nightingale, James Edward ... 54, 92 Nightingale, Jane Dorothea ... 61, 81, 109, 110 Niles, Bruce Edward ... 69, 95 Nordman, Barbara Jean . . . 61, 79, 128 North, John Shelby . . . 37, 54, 92, 115, 116, 119, 130 Norton, Nedra Lucille ... 31, 61, 77, 105 NorVelle, Roberta Louise ... 134 Nye, Fred H. . . . 69, 97 Nyquist, David O Oakberg. Kenyon Samuel ... 61, 97 Ogg, Thomas Edward O ' Halloran, Patrick Lee Ohnstad, Donald Edwin Olds, Lillis Louise Olesen, Edgar S. . . . 30, 33, 54, 87 Oliver, Lester O ' Malia, William Frank Olsen, Janet Karen ... 54, 126, 13-4, 137 O ' Neal, Gary Lewis Ormachea, Thomas F. . . . 122 Orr, Charles Fred Ortiz, Ralph Joseph . . . 61, 92, 107 Osgood, Edwin Putnam (Ted) ... 116 Overholser, Farrel Dean . . . 69, 97 Owen, Iris Annette . . . 69, 126 Oxborrow, Frank, Jr. . . . 61 Oxborrow, Larry Grant Pagni, John Primio Pahor, Diane Dolores . . . 69, 77, 144 Pahor, Ronald Emil Papay, Michael Rohland Pappas, An elo ... 61. 217, 218 Park, Frances Woodruff Parke, Donald R. . . . 69, 92 Parker, Franklin Downs ... 54, 92 Parkhurst, David Walter Parkhurst, Noel Bruce Parks, Donald Eugene Pascus, Benjamin John Patton, Jim Kenneth Payne, Grace Abbot ... 69 Pearson, Cecil James Pease, Daniel Lee Pellerito, David Samuel . . . 69, 85, 192 Pemberton, Penelope Ann . . . 69, 83 Penovich, Mary Lou . . . 69, 77 Pepple, Jarrold ... 61, 85 Perkey, Lewis Marion ... 216 Perkins, Clinton D. . . . 124 Perry, John Orvis Persons, David Earl . . . 61, 92 Peschel, Christina Louise ... 29, 54, 106, 125 Peterman, John Lawrence ... 118 Peterson, Helen Elizabeth . . . 61, 144 Peterson, Lynn Marley . . . 69, 87 Petrini, Nancy Rose ... 69, 77, 122, 126 Petroni, Edward William ... 69, 89 Petroni, Robert Lawrence Pettersen, George Melvin Phalen, Connie Elaine . . . 69, 79 Phalan, Erin Janet . . . 69, 79 Phillips, Dudley Jules Phillips, Sue ... 54, 93, 145 Piehl, Ellen Maria ... 61, 120, 125, 127, 134 Pieretti, Dominek John Pieretti, Eugene Robert Pierson, Wayne ... 103 Pike, George Russell . . . 69, 92 Piper, Edgar Leo . . . 61, 87 Piper, William Frank Piscevich, Lydia S. Piatt, Tom F. Poland, Warren Hubbel ... 117 Pollock, Walter Benson Pong, Jack Choy, Jr. . . . 69, 143 Pool, Danny Lee Poor, Peggy Porch, Eldredge Thomas Porter, Edwin Dale, Jr. . . . 198, 200 Potter, Peter ... 1 10 Preheim, William Lee Pretti, Ronald Roque Prevost, Dale Thomas . . . 62, 92 Price, Frank Edward Price, Glenda Marie . . . 62, 125 Prida, Robert John . . . 69, 89 Priest, Jan Annette . . . 62, 120, 145 Pringle, Delores Rose Phalen ... 54, 83 Pringle, Donald Aubrey Provin, William Ogden ... 69, 92, 192, 221 Pruett, David Lloyd ... 62, 92 Prusso, Don Carlos Pucci, Virginia ... 62, 79, 122 Purdy, Margo Anne . . . 69, 145 Pursel, John Howard Pursel, Vernon George ... 32, 54, 92. 103 ... . Q Quilici, Basin Angelo Quilici, Eugene (Chub) . . . 208 Quinnell, Russell Chester . . . 69, 97 R Rader, Walter Dean Ramsdell, Jack D. Ran dall, Edward Marvin ... 122 Randall, James Raymond . . . 62, 129, 216 Rankin, Bill . . . 217, 2 18 Rankin, Jack Ronald ... 69, 89 Rapp, Henry Benjamin Rasmussen, Donald Lee ... 57, 54, 93, 108 130 165, 172 Rasudin, Mage Djalelo ... 142 Reber, Clark Leonard . . . 62, 95, 124 Reed, James Stanley ... 69, 97, 107 Regnell, John Bernhard ... 69, 95, 125 Reichman, Frederick Wallace ... 115 Reid, Charlyne Merle ... 54, 79, 108 Reid, Jocelyn Kaye . . . 62, 81, 124 Reitz, Louis Edwin . . . 69, 92 Renner, Lee Sharon ... 69 Revert, Virginia Delle ... 69 Rey, Georges Louis Reyes, Nicholas, Jr. Reynolds, Patricia Anne . . . 69, 79, 122 Rhodes, Kris ... 69, 102, 144 Rice, Del win Raymond . . . 62, 85, 107 Rich, Myrt le Sorensen Richards, Ransom Kent . . . 70, 129 Richards, Mick . . . 128 Richards, Richard Gay ... 62 Richardson, Allen Russell Riddell, David Kemp Riffel, Leo Clarence . . . 129 Riggs, Patricia Gale Riley, Hazel LaRie Riley, Sally Ann . . . 70, 83 Rittenhouse, David Lloyd Rittenhouse, Edith Muriel . . . 62, 125, 127, 172 Riva, John Fioretto Rivkin, Jean Lenore ... 70, 144 Roberts, John Charles . . . 70, 97 Roberts, Ruth Patricia ... 79 Robertson, Cynthia Ann . . . 62, 77 Robertson, Lyndon Dee Robinson, Roger Brock . . . 70 Robison, Roy Kenneth . . . 70, 92 Robinson, William Edward Rodeen, Henry Edward . . . 62, 143 Rodgers, Junj Claire . . . 70, 79, 123 Rogero, JoAnn Catherine ... 32 33 37 54 79 103 ' ' ' Rogers, Jack Lee . . . 70, 95 Rohr, Lloyd Allen ... 62 Romero, Neil ... 54, 97, 103, 135 Ronnow, Mary Lee . . . 37, 62, 81, 167 Roper, Kristin Louise ... 69, 125, ' 144 Rose, Robert Ivan Rose, Sharon Anne . . . 69, 144 Rossman, Bruce Emil ... 62, 89, 107, 172 Rossow, Leo Joseph Rothschild, Lois Helene . . . 70, no Rountree, William Carl . . . 69, 89, 110 Rovetti, Harry Donald Rowand, Richard Reginald Rowland, Kaye Ann ... 69, 108, 144 Rowntree, Janice Kay ... 62, 144, 145 Royce, Peter Howard . . . 11 7 ' Roysum, Ronald Alfred Rozanas, Charles Robert Ruark, Barbara Jean ... 32 70 85 151 Rubenstein, Ralph Jack . . . 54, ' 113, 117 207 Rubin, Marvin Rucker, Stephen Lane ... 62, 89 Ruiz, Salvador Anthony Rump Virginia Lou ... 33, 54, 83, 103 Kusn, Joseph Harvey Rusk, Wally Ray . . . 62, 92, 121 196 285 Rusk, William Frederick Rutger, Steve . . . 207 Rutherford, Paul . . . 198, 202 Ruybalid, Evelyn Helen ... 33, 54, 126, 144, 145 Ryals. Noah Walter Ryan, Mercer Gregory Ryan, Robert Dominic Sabala, Clyde Lasa ... 62, 85, 138 Saferite, Norman Brown . . . 62, 95 Samon, judell B. Samstad, Gerald Berwin ... 116, 119 Samuels, Cameron . . . 32, 33, 102, 151 Sanchez, Canuto, Jr. Sanders, Archable O ' Neill Sandlin, Patricia Bertrand Sanford, Sonya Lou . . . 70, 81 Santini, James David . . . 29, .37, 62, 85, 107, 171 Santos, Jay Willson . . . 142 Sargent, Ross Livermore . . . 103 Sasse (Digiacomo) Michael Anthony ... 70 Sauer, R.chard Jacob . . . 70, 95 Savage, William Newayles Sawle, Letitia Rose . . . 62, 83, 108, 167 Schadel, Jay A. . . . 141 Schenk, Robert Cardell . . . 70, 97, 142 Schilling, Heinz Albert Scholes, Robert Dean ... 62, 92, 110 Schroeder, William Mathew ... 33, 55, 97, 113, 122, 130 Schuyler, Donald Richard, II . . . 54, 143, 217 Schwake, Edrie Eloise ... 62, 79 Schwartz, Suzanne ... 31, 54, 79, 103, 106, 140, 173 Schweis, Nancy Ann . . . 62, 81, 110 Scoggin, Norman Elwood ... 55, 89, 115 Scott, John Ramsey Scott, Louis Fogliani Scott, Robert Hall . . . 62, 95, 103, 140 See, Thomas Arnold . . . 55, 113 Seeliger, John Francis ... 62, 85 Seeman, Howard Franklin Sertic, John Sewell, Abner Millard ... 55, 89, 105 Seyfarth, June Adair Dix Shaff, Carl Leroy ... 55, 92, 103 Shanks, Donald Evan Sharp, Fran DeArmond ... 70, 97 Sharp, Milton Clarice Shaw, George Edgar Shell) ' , I.ucile Oatess Shepherd, William Earnest Shimkovsy, Frederick Lewis Shipley, Arthur Frank Shipley, Gayle . . . 37, 62, 83 Shoemaker, Bob . . . 70, 203, 217, 220 Short, Richard Temple . . . 208, 211 Short, William Chester . . . 208, 211 Sibbald, John Ristow ... 55, 85, 113 Sikora, Judith Esther ... 62 Sikorski, Fred Laurence Sillery, Robert Vernon . . . 62, 92, 110 Simpson, Sidney Gary Skinner, Paul Max Skrabak, Tania . . . 70, 129, 145 Slater, Clarence Harold Sloan, James Francis . . . 70, 85, 128 Sloan, Thomas Albert, Jr. Smith, Angeline Tippy . . . 63, 144 Smith, Charles Edward ... 55, 92, 121, 208, 210 Smith, Charles Frank . . . 70, 97 Smith, Dean Carlton ... 55, 92, 104, 121 Smith, Dennis . . . 37, 55, 87, 103, 143 Smith, Donald Smith, Edgar Duane . . . 70, 89 Smith, Evangeline Ruth . . . 62, 77, 137 Smith, Faye Lucille ... 70 Smith, Fred Ray Smith, Gilbert Tremain Smith, George William ... 55, 92, 221 Smith, Keith . . . 129 Smith, Jimmie Ross Smith, Loralee . . . 70, 79, 103, 108, 144 Smith, Michael William ... 70, 92 121 124 208 Smith, Murdock Myers . . . 63, 85 Smith, Robert Lee, II . . . 33, 55, 93 Smith, Vaughn Truman Sobrio, Dan . . . 129, 214, 2 15 Soderstrom, Donna Lee . . . i2, 63, 81 Sommer, Gayle Ludean ... 31, 55, 74, 79, 106 Sorensen, James Lyle Sorensen, Sharon Louise ... 70, 77 Sorenson, John Rocco Soule : Gary Marvin . . . 32, 63, 95 Soule, Ronald Leon Southworth, Stoddard Charles Spath, Donald Edward Spell, Farol Lee Spicer, John Whittlesey Springmeyer, Caro Lynn Spurbick, George Edward Stammer, Judith Ann . . . 70, 83, 144 Standart, Larry Howard Stanley, Alohn Frank Stanley, Paul Mason ... 55 Stannard, George Parker Stanwood, Shreve Whitney . . . 70, 89 Stauts, Braden Merle . . . 30, 33, 36, 55, 89, 110, 121, 130, 131, 160 Steele, Gary Lyn . . .217 Steiner, Elaine Barbara . . . 103 Steinwinder, Cynthia Joan . . . 14 1 Steinwinder, Devan Stephens, Bob . . . 192, 196 Stevenson, Mary Charlotte . . . 79, 103, 122 Stever, Carol Christine . . . 70, 125, 145 Stewart, Bonnie Carol . . . 32, 63, 124, 145 Stewart, Donald Kenneth ... 55, 97 Stewart, Donald Wallace . . . 63, 87 Stiff, Sharon Lorris . . . 70, 83, 103, 110, 120, 144 Stites, Larkin Robert Stock, Orvis Frank Stoker, Donald George ... 70, 93 Stone, Garry Donald . . . 63, 85 Stone, Joyce Helen . . . 144 Stone, William Charles . . . 138 Stout, Craig William Strachwitz, Frances E. Stratton, Bob ... 54, 141 Strawn, Janice Elaine ... 70 Strawn, LeRoy Francis Sturm, Jerry Lee Sullivan, Charles Swope . . . 138 Sullivan, Don Allyn . . . 103 Sullivan, Frank Allan . . . 135 Sullivan, Richard Duane Summers, Stanley Carl . . . 198, 202 Sutton, Lewis Raymond . . . 36, 54, 129 Swanson, Gerald Kenneth Swart, Barbara Jean . . . 70, 77 Swearingen, Jolene Rae . . . 70, 81, 144 Sweeney, Lester Paul . . . 128, 135 Sweikert, Richard Nelson Tanner, Beverly Ann ... 63 Tate, Richard Marion . . . 109 Taylor, Anita GraceLvnn . . . 32, 37, 70, 77, 105 Taylor, Charles M. . ' . . 129, 142, 214, 215 Taylor, Eleanor Lillian Taylor, Jane . . . 70, 79, 103, 108 Taylor, Keith Lewis Taylor, William Forrest Teglia, Sharon Rose . . . 70, 83, 122, 165 Ternan, Philip Ronald Terrell, David Stanley Terrell, Donald Keith Terrell, Joyce Katherine Tessler, William Michael Tett, Mark Pierson Thiery, Patricia Lynn ... 63 Thomas, Edward Maurice ... 70, 93, 107 Thompson, Sandra . . . 79, 125 Thompson, Wilma Louise Thorne, Noel Jan ... 71, 85, 212, 213 Thorne, Rene Eugene Thornton, Jim Alfred ... 117 Thornton, William Clarence ... 32, 48, 93, 121, 131, 140, 173 Tilman, Kathleen ... 71, 108, 125 Ting, Irwin Peter Titus, Carol Edith ... 71, 77, 166 Tobin, Jerry . . . 63, 93, 121, 208, 210, 217, 220 Tobler, Joan . . . 124, 145 Tomlinson, Frank Ray Tonini, Mary Ann . . . 56, 120, 145 Tout, Ida May . . . 145 Trabert, John William Trabert, Thomas Eugene Tracy, Richard Lawrence Travis, Donald Rav . . . 30, 36, 55, 85, 102, 131, 135, 167 Trease, Ray Thomas . . . 63, 85 Tresca, Sherman Joseph Trewhitt, Wayne Douglas . . . 33, 93 Trimble, Donald Myers ... 71, 95 Truax, Ralph Trulove, Darlene Clare ... 71 Truman, Ronald . ... 71-. 95 Trousdale, Francis Eugene Tucker, Mary Frances ... 77 Turner, Patricia Ann ... 63, 77 Turner, Paul Martin Turner, Robert Tyson, Bill ... 143 U Upham, Gerald Allen ... 71, 95 Upquist, David ... 71, 97 Urizar, John ... 55, 93, 113, 143 Urriola, Dan Louis V Valenzuela, Arthur Vannoy, William James Vasconcelos, Judith Louise ... 71, 79 Vaughn, Art . . . 33, 55, 89, 109, 125 Vaughan, Sam Davis . . . 63, 97 Vessey, Patricia Ann . . . 63, 79 Viani, William Norman . . . 63, 85, 224 Vincent, James Leland W Waggoner, Sam Lee ... 71, 107, 129, 143 Wagner, Edwin Ferris Wagner, Vernon Walter ... 71, 93, 192, 196 Wahl, Eugene Leo ... 55, 117, 129, 139 Walbridge, William Clyde, Jr. . . . 55, 93, 107 Waldman, William Anthony ... 71 Walker, Charles Henry ... 71, 85 194 203 Walton, Mark H. Walton, Richard H. Wangsness, James Carroll Warner, Katherine Ann ... 29, 30, 31, 55, 81 Warren, Ann S. ... 71, 81 Warren, William Watkins, Myron John, Jr. Watson, Delores Sydney ... 63, 77 Watson, Harry William Watts, Donald Wayne ... 63 Wauchope, Sam Everett Way, Frank Patch . . . 36, 116 Weaver, Georgie Frances ... 71 Wegren, Carl Angus Weiler, Rodney Gerald ... 14 1 Weiss, Sandra Gail ... 63, 144 Welch, Phyllis McKay Wellington, John ... 71 Wells, Leon David Welt) ' , Edward James Wentz, LeRoy Bernard ... 63, 116 Wessel, Norman Rudolph West, Frank Joseph . . 129 West, John Thomas ... 63, 97 West, Wilton Neill Westergard, Ralph Hans Westfield, James DeLon ... 71, 97 Weyant, Rosalind Katherine 71 109 Whalen, Lloyd Alfred Whalen, Patricia Joan Wheeler, David Benton ... 63 93 Wheeler, Frank Clyo Wheeler, Louanne . . . 63 83 144 Whelan, Gerald J., Jr. Whitaker, Tommy Dean ... 71, 195, 217, 219 White, Sharon Kay ... 71, 144 Whitmore, Lynn S. Widner, Edith Jane ... 63 Wilcox, LeRoy Thurston Wilcox, Richard Warren ... 141 Wilhoite, Donald Stephen ... 71, 97, 107, 122 Wilkerson, Linda Ann ... 55, 144 Williams, George Walt Williams, Jerrv Wayne ... 55, 93 U9 Williams, Marie Edith Hicks Williams, Victor Clay ... 71 Wilkerson, Robert Ledrew Willson, Gar) ' Wallace Wilson, Delbert William ... 71, 143 Wilson, Harlan Albert . . . 63, 85 Wilson, Jack Dean . . . 63 Wilson, Jacquelyn Wilson, Joyce Louise . . . 63, 79 Wilson, Lamar Wilson, Malcolm Earle ... 55, 95 Wilson, Ronald Alvie ... 55, 93 Winchell, Robert Edward Winchester, Thomas Edward . . . 63, 97, 112 Winget, J. Oscar Winston, Frances Miller Winter, Danny Leland ... 71, 87 Wiseman, Beverly Mae . . . 103 Wishart, Edward Folkland . . . 63 129 Witt, Billy Joe . . . 63, 85 Wittenberg, James Frederick ... 55, 121 Wolfe, Marvin Earl 286 Wood, David Warren . . . 63, 95, 125 Woodhall, Thomas William ... 116 WoodlirT, Deanna Gail . . . 71, 81, 108 Woods, Rita Diane . . . 71, 81, 144 Wooster, Gail Jeannene . . . 37. 5 5, 77, 126, 12 " 129. 134 Workman. Sharon Kay ... " 1, " 9 Worthington, Wavne J. ... 71, 97 Wriaht, Richard Allen ... 63 Yasmer. Maynard Ream Yates. Richard Croson York, Charles Bernard . . Young, Charlene Eleanor Young, Gerald Joseph Young. Paul Llewellvn •1, 97 145 212, 213 31. 33, 55, 83, 103, 63, 81, 105, 165, Zail. Sheila Ann ... " 1, Zjmhoni. William Aaron Zeitler, Lyal Charles Zeitlmann, Elaine Mary . 108 Zema, Boris Zideck, Ronald Ray Zidek, Donna Elizabeth . . . Zilkey, Franklin Guy ... 55 Zimmerman, Catherine Gay . 1 4 Zones, Christe P. Zorio, Piero Zumoff, David Henry Zumwalt. Tilton Bernard . . . 63, 85 Zunino, Edward L. Zunino. Norman Louis ADMINISTRATION Adams, J. E. . . . Basta, Samuel . . . Beesley, E. M. . . Bereuter, Lt. Col. Bianchi, William Blodgeu. H. B. . Bohman. Verle R. Bradshaw, C. K. . Breese, Charles R. Broten, G. A. . . . 15. 12S 15 16. 139 R. L. . . 16 :. . . . 16 . 11 " . 119 . . . 16 . . 16 . . . 16, 11 " , 119 16, 212, 225 Brown, Harold N. . . . 16 Byrd, Clarence ... 15 Carlson, William ... 14 Cassard, D. W. . . . 16 Christensen, Howard ... 18 Clark, Harry E. . . . 16 Claunch. Sidney J. . . . 17 Cooney, Donald G. . . . I " 1 Cords, Howard P. . . . I " 7 Dandini, Alex ... 1 , 108 Dankworth, Dick . . . 192, 203, 221, 225 Day, Sgt. Kenneth ... 214 Day, Willard F. . . . 17, 129 Deming, M. W. . . . 17, 141 Derfelt, Herbert A. . . . 17 Donovan, Ruth Hadley ... 17 Driggs, Don W. ... 17 Dunn, L. E. . . . 17 Drury, Lloyd A. ... 18 Eldridge, Paul ... 18 Elliott, Russell R. ... 18, 115 Erquiaga, Trinnie ... 15 Falk, Evelyn P. ... 18 Falk, Roderick A. ... 18 Fant, June ... 18 Fischer, John L. . . . 18, 128 Frank, Charles E. . . . 18 Frazier, T. V. ... 18 Freeburne, Frederick ... 19 Garrott, W. L. . . . 116, 119 Gorrell, Robert M. . . . 19 Gottardi, John R. . . . 19, 108 Griffin, Robert . . . HO Hackett, Irving E. ... 19 Halberstadt, William . . Harper, Jennie ... 19 Harris, E. W. ... 119 Hartley, Mabel L. . . . 19 Hickman, Felton . . . 137 Hicks, Charles Roger . . . Higginbotham, A. L. ... 1 Hill, J. J. . . . 19 Holladay, Harlan H. . . Hayden, Perry ... 15 Holmes, Edith ... 20 Holstine, Garold . . . 14 Holt, Frank ... 20 Horn, Marilyn . . Hoyt, James . . . Hume, Robert . . Hutcheson, A. . . Irwin, Ralph . . . Janulis, Keiste . . Jensen, Edwin . . Johnson, Clare L. Jones, Lowell L. . Kenny, Anne . . . Kemp, Kenneth C. Kersten, Earl W. Kilpatrick, Henr Koehler, Chuck . Lawlor, Jake . . . Kline, Lawton B. Kinsinger, Floyd Lane, Barbara J. Laxalt, Robert . . LaRivers, Ira . . Larson, E. R. . . . Leonard, Chelton Lintz, Joseph . . . 21 Macy, Wm. Keith ... 22, 158 225 1 ' ) 19 19, 104, Jo . 20 20 . 20 . 20, 115 14 2 0, 105 . 20 20 . . . 11, 138 21 . 21, 141 21 M. . . 21 . . 192, 216 198, 217, 225 21 E. . . . 21 21 . 15 21 21 225 . . . 22 . . . 192, 207 22, 139 . . 23, 108 .15, 30, 36, 135 . 22 . 22 22, 22, 119 139 Martie, John E. . . . McDonald, Malcolm McEachron, Gordon McGirk, Lon S. . . . McMurray, George . McNabney, James . McQueen, Robert . . Melz, C. F. . . . 22 Menke, Eugene M. . Mercado, Rodney . . Mientka, Walter . . . Miller, R. H. . . . 23 Miller, William C. . . . 23, 109 Mobley, Elaine . . ._ 14, 31 Moose, Joe E. . . . 14 Morris, R. J. . . . 23, 141 Morrison, John . . . 30, 36 Newbry, Burton C. ... 23, 126 Olivas, Coach James . . . 208 Orcutt, Richard G. . . . 23 Palmer, Stanley ... 14 Plumley, Alden . . . 23, 30 Roberts, James S. . . . 23 Robertson, Joseph H. ... 23 Roelofs, Robert . . . 2i Russell, Ruth ... 23 Sandorf, I. J. . . . 23, 116 Scheid, Vernon ... 14 Scranton, Chet ... 225 Seim, H. J. . . . 23, 141 Seufferle, C. H. . . . 24 Sheppard, J. Craig ... 24 Shepperson, Wilbur S. ... 24 Sidwell, Dorothy M. . . . 24 Singleton, Jack ... 24 Skabelund, Donald ... 24, 139 Slemmons, David B. ... 24 Slingland, E. R. . . . 24 Smith, LaMar ... 24 Smith, W. A. ... 24 Smyth, William . . . 24 Storm, Herman . . . . 14 Stucky, W. G. . .2 i Swift, M. L. . . 24 Terr), Alice ... 15 Titus, Louis ... 25 Tompson, R. N. . . . 25, 139 Tregea, Marjorie . . . 25 Tripple, Patricia A. 25 Tucker, Thomas T. 25 VanDyke, James R. 25 Vietti, Edward M. . . 2 Weems, Robert C. 14 Willey, Roy DeVerl 25 Williams, Joe B. . 25 Williams, Loring R. 25, 141 Wilson, Jacquelyn . 2 5, 134 Wood, Garland P. . 25 Worley, R. E. . . . 25 Yates, Edward . 25 Yingling, Doris . . 14 287 The close of a year, the close of a book, and for some the close of a college education is marked by the pass- ing of the ' 56-51 school year. The University of Nevada of 1957 is now just a memory in the minds of those who experienced its joys, accomplishments, education and friendships. Amateur historians that we are, we hope that we have helped you to preserve your memories of this year. During the years in college, students begin to rea- lize the extent of the heritage of freedom that belongs to America. Ranging from the early Greek philosophers down through the Reformists of the middle ages, and into the present day of determined individuals who took time to establish the United Nations many great people and organizations have contributed to our heri- tage of freedom. Students have the opportunity to take from college not only memories of wonderful times, but the ideals of loyalty to ideas, inquisitiveness about all creation, and perseverance which empires and individuals have willed to future generations. To pass on to a new generation a world in better condition than we found it is not only transferring an intangible blessing, but making use of educational opportunity in the preservation of freedom. FREE- DOM IS OUR HERITAGE. Because of the many freedoms in America the ARTEMISIA is enabled to record free competition, free advertising, and ideas of free minds. Many thanks to the photographers, printers, and most of all the hardworking staff that made this book possible. As you look in retrospect you will remember 1957 as a year of fun, a year of world conflict, and year of decisions for the United Nations, and a year in which many friends graduated from the University of Nevada to start in a country where freedom is our heritage. Myram and Don w ' " ! " " ».. • iiimww " W f i mil I " ■■ ■■■■i FIRST FREEDOM


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