University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

 - Class of 1958

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»!» C . » • a iWtfSfe ftttHfc ' ji ' ' i ' ' ■i 1 I rJt x II amlIs ! i m tn$%$§ ' M Tmm.m:»$W »«; r V fc " " M - V V«« t V ' Wf-fcrf J i ' 3.1kS3ET S 1 T, 4 3(ilt3:. ' .€Jt» " TlX " iS ' ..■£ ' .■i•fciJ ■ ' £F i ' t let tfifLXBi r.vr .,-.w».u..i»v ■»•.,.- re 958 . . . different for each of us . . . for some an ideal . . . for others a realization . . . for some a step further . . . for others a fading path ... for each of us a time gone by ... a memory to look back upon . . . afterwards Jp ' h ■ ! It . . . a •familiar and beautiful sight to both students and alumni . . . the university quad , . . . . . the often trod tram outlines waters of manzanita lake . . . . . . a touch of snow compli- ments the edge of manzanita lake . . . forward . . . you have just picked up your 1958 artemisia . . . you are about to thumb through it and find first your own picture . . . then the pictures of your friends . . . this is not a book full of memories . . . memories cannot be captured on a page or in a line of copy ... we cannot picture or write of your many thoughts as you walked to your next class over brick paths covered with leaves . . . or of the numerous lectures you daydreamed away in the back row ... or of the many times you worked so dutifully for an A or B but were so content with a C . . . but these are what really made up your year . . . these will be the memories you will have as you turn over each page . . . this is your year of nineteen fifty eight . . . - , . . . morrill hall with its unforgettable bell to remind us that we ' re late . . . — — . . . part of the beginning of the university . . . the hatch building . . . probably the last year it will be part of the campus . . . . . . recently completed ross hall . . . already well known and well 7 used . . . ■• , mm i r. ■nnuH J? v.i%m. ■■■-■ I ... a very much needed building to add to our campus . . . the jot travis student union . . . . . . the rushing stream, running thron our campus . . . always there letting jj know of the season . . . . . . sarah fleischmann home eco- nomics building ... a beautiful addi- tion . . . a beautiful scene any time of the year . . . thanks to Max Fleischmann we now have a new agriculture building . . . 10 HHMI table of contents forward f our faculty section twelve class section twenty two student government section forty six greek section sixty two organization section eighty eight sports section one hundred thirty four activities section one hundred seventy advertisement section two hundred twenty four general index f wo hundred sixty six II X 12 faculty 13 guiding tl To the Students and Alumni: The challenge is ours — both as a State and as individuals — to meet the demands of scientific progress, and preparedness to adjust and cope with the rapid advancement in technical as well as social fields of endeavor. A good education is no longer enough. The age we live in today is a time demanding specialized training, and will become more so. We are proud of the University of Nevada, of its graduates and its students, yet in acknowledging that pride we must also realize that the University must not become static, but meet the challenge that is here today and in the future. Charles H. Russell, Governor 14 board of regents . . . first row (I to r) . . . Hon. Louis A. Lombardi, Hon. Fred Anderson, Hon. A. C. Grant, Hon. Grant Sawyer, Hon. Bruce Thompson . . . second row . . . Hon. Roy A. Hardy, Hon. N. E. Broadbent, Hon. William Elwell, Hon. Cyril Bastian, President Wood It is ironic that in the present welter of inter- national events one isolated act, the launching of the first satellite into space, could so awaken America to an awareness of our educational shortcomings. But awaken us it did, to a fact educational leaders have been warning about for years — that we as a nation may be falling behind in key areas of learning. The warning had further and far- reaching implications for the role we must play in world leadership. The launching of the satellite touched off what may become a new era in American education. The cry for increased instructional facilities, higher faculty salaries, and intensified research programs has assumed national proportions. The results of this renewed interest in the quality of education are inevitable. For democ- racy, as contrasted to totalitarianism, makes pos- sible through continued learning the discovery of extraordinary possibilities in ordinary people. Here, then is a task for education. To this we may freely dedicate our best efforts. With your good help, our nation shall not fall behind in so worthy a cause. William R. Wood, Acting President. bhe university E. Mobley . . . dean of women « . pasta men R. Kersey . . . director of the student union R. Irwin . . . dean of arts and science G. Holstine . . . dean of education l J. Hayes . . . counselor m H. Blodgett . . . dean of engineering d ean V. Scheid . . . dean of Mackay school of mines and administration R. Weems . . . dean of business administration P. Hayden . . . comptroller J. McNabney . . . graduate manager H. Gilkey . . . dean of nursing J. Hill . . . director of libraries T. Erquiaga . . . graduate manager ' s secretary J. Adams . . . dean of agriculture J. Moose . . . dean of graduate school f m 1 C. Byrd . . . director of admissions A. Terry . . . president ' s secretary) 7 military ... (I to r) ... D. Hartin, K. Day, McKinley, L Jarmon, J. Cofey, J. Singleton, Ward, H. Owsley, Lt. Col. Ronan physical education ... (I to r) ... G. McEachron, R. Laughter,, J. Martie, R. Russell, Z. Mowrer, M. Price, C. Scranton, B. Lane, R. Dankworth, G. Broten chemistry ... (I to r) ... L. Williams R. Rygg, R. Folk, M. Deming, K. Kemp, R. Morris, J. Seim history and political science ... (I to r) ... W. Shep- person, A. Hutcheson, H. Chase, R. Elliott, C. Hicks, J. Roberts, D. Driggs psychology, sociology, philosophy ... (I to r) ... R. Dana, C. Backman, M. Sellers, P. Secord, W. Day, R. Mc- Queen, W. Halberstadt, R. Roelofs business first row (I to r) . . . P. Titus, K. Duffy, W. Houwink, J. Font, Dean Weems, second row ... A. Plumley, C. Woods, B. Wofford, E. Vietti, J. Hoyt, third row . . . R. McSee, S. Claunch, Hallenbeck, H. Sax biology ... (I to r) ... F. Ryser, D. Cooney, I. La- Rivers, R. Miller, L. Jones ■it he profs geology-geography ... (I to r) ... J. Lintz, R. Larson, H. Nelson, E. Kirston, D. Slemmons, L. McGirk, C. Hammond, J. Winston, F. Kramer, J. Butler 19 engineering first row (I to r) . . . H. Domingos, E. Pfrang, C. Breese, W. V an Tassel, J. Bonell, Dean Blodgett, I Sandorf, E. Harris, E. Menke . . . second row ... J. Ryan, R. McKee, J. Van Dyke, R. Orcutt, G. Higgins journalism . . . (I to r) . . . K. Janulis, A. Higginbotham, E. Slingland, J. Myles mathematics 20 ... (I to r) ... M. Deemers, W. Mientka, E. Beesley, C. Oakley music, art, speech and drama ... (I to r) ... H. Holladay, J. Sheppard, E. Yates, R. Mercado, F. Freeburne english . . . (I to r) , . . C. Laird, T. Grieder, R. Hume, J. Mor- rison, R. Sorrell, P. Eldridge, J. Woods, G. Herman, E. Henrich, D. Barracano, V. Wittrock a lot of good people agriculture . it would take us a page to name them al more prots f s yet education first row (I to r) . . . P. Tripple, B. Newbry, H. Grubbs, Dean Holstine . . . second row . . . R. Willey, H. Christen- sen, C. Reed, L. Drury, H. Brown foreign language (I to r) . . . C. Melz, G. McMurray, A. Dandini, L. Kline, J. Gottardi 21 classes 22 . . . whether this was your year to wear a dink ... or a mortar- board ... all can be proud as they stop to look back . . . Edward Alvarez Maria Anastassatos Virgil Aramini Arnold Arzoian Lawrence Barrett Fred Bartlett Janet Barton Jack Batchelder Sam Beeghly Donald Bernard Dennis Bematski Myram Borders Richard Bortolin Shelley Branch Wynona Bromley Marilyn Brooks Barbara Burgess Robert Calliu seniors Bruce Capron Trudy Carter Robert Caughlin Kathi Christenser Peggy Cimijotti Clyde Clayson Gerald Cobb John Crain Pat Currie Lee Darrah Jim De Priest Michael De Wees Steve Dollinger Stan Draper Harold Dunkel Vern Durkee Bill Eddelman Marva Edwards Joseph Ellison Suzanne Ernst SENIOR HISTORIES Alvarez. Edward, guadalajara. mexico. journ. sae 1-4 (vp. treas), sigma delta chi 3-4, sund 3-4. press club 2-4 . . . Anastassatos. Maria, reno. bus ed. french club 1-2. snea. 1-4 Ureas ' , ywca 1-4 i lib. sec), aws 2-3, san 3-4. (queen chair) 4. non comm 4. who ' s who . . . Aramini. Virgil, reno. Civil eng. lascel. 1-4 Ureas 4), baseball 1-2. ski club 1-2 . . . Barett. Larry, reno. civil eng. sigma nu. 1-4. lasce) 1-4 (pre s). sigma tau 3-4 sec . scholarship . . . Bartlett. Fred, demoines, iowa. per mgt. scab blade 3, cadet off club 4, young rep 3 . . . Barton. Janet, reno. biology, theta 1-4. biol club 4 sec i . perns 3-4. wra 3 . . . Batchelder. Jack, sparks, pe. sigma nu. block n, frosh basketball, boxing team 3-4 . . . Beghly. Sam. fallon. gen bus. ato 1-4 (sec 3), Ureas 4) jr varsity basketball 1 . . .Bernard. Don, carson city. pre-Iaw, sae 1-4, french club 2, hist 2. jr class comm. basketball 1. track 1 . . . Bernatski, Dennis Ross, reno, ee sigma tau. pi mu epsilon. aiee . . . Borders. Myram g.. las vegas, journ. art staff 1-3, led 3 1 . aws 2-4 ipres 4). asun vice pres, press club 1-4 (pres 3 , young dem 1, sad spurs 1-3. phi alpha theta 3-4. french club 2. senate 2-4, pi beta phi (vice pres 3, pledge trainer 2. houseman 2), wra 2-3, fin control board 4, pub board 3, stud rel comm 4. sen class comm 4. scholarship, student union board 4, who ' s who, cap scroll, sagens . . . Bortolin, Richard John. reno. eng, sae 1-4. univer sing 2-3. assem comm. 1-3, brushfire 3-4 . . . Branch, Shelly Ann. reno, eng, pan hell counc 2, stud union board (sec 3-4), ski club 1-4, Ureas 3). women ' s upperclass comm 4, theta i rush chair 3. chaplain 4), aed 4. artemesia staff 3. sr class 4, winter earn, comm 1-3. junior prom queen 3. who ' s who . . . Bromley, Wyona June, boulder city, elem ed. snea 1-4 (pres 4). tri-delta (treas, sec), sagens 4, ski club 2. young rep 4. ywca 1-3. sad spurs 2. art 1-2 (sec), interfaith coun 1, wesley found 1, aws (Scholarship chairman 4), homecoming comm 1, mackay comm 3, wus 1-2, scholarship, phi alpha theta 3-4. . . . Brooks, Marilyn, carson city, ed. theta 2-4 (soc chair 4), young rep 2-3, perns, scholarship . . . Burgess, Barbara, reno, speech, delta sigma rho 4. debate squad 3-4 . . . Callju. Robert, geology . . . Capron. Bruce Edward, san diego. cal. ee. aie 3-4 pres 4 , pi epsilon 3-4 (pres 4). sigma tau 3-4, pi kappa pi 4 . . . Carter. Trudy Ann. reno. elem ed. trans use . . . Caughlin, Robert Edward, reno. ee. pi mu epsilon 3-4 (pres 4). sigma tau 3-4. math club 3-4, aiee, eng 3-4, scholarship . . . Christensen, Kathi, reno. elem ed. theta (treas 3), young rep 2-3 model u n. fta 3. ski club 2-3. interfaith coun. gamma delta, campus players 4 . . . Cimijotti. Margaret Ann. reno. bus adm. iheta (sec), newman club, french club, unive sing (vice pres i . . . Clayson. Clydie. reno, sec ed . . . Cobb, Gerald Wayne, elko, gen bus. ato 1 -4 sundowners, scholarship . . . Crain, John, compton, calif, geology, sigma nu 3-4. sager 3, assem comm 3 . . . Currie. Pat, Wining, agric. aggi club 2-4, scholarship . . . Darrah. Lee. reno bus . . . De Priest. Jim, sparks, journ. sigma nu 1-4. press club 2-4. ski club 1-2 " Kismet " 4. sagebrush bus mgr 4 . . . De Wees, Michael, las vegas, econ, sigma nu 1-4, young rep, stud union board, ski club, elect board, french club, wolves frolic 1-4, winter earn comm . . . Dollinger, Steve, reno, journ. fr class pres. sagers 1. senate 2-4, cof key 3-4 (sec), blue key 3-4, pres club 1-4, sigma delta chi 3-4 (sec, vice pres), cadet off club 4 Ureas), sae 1-4. (senator, rush chairman), election comm 2-4, nom comm 2-4, soph class coun, exec board, rail comm. gym tean 1-3. who ' s w-ho. cheerleader 2. fr class pres . . . Draper, Stan, ely, math, lambda chi (pres, vice pres), blue key (corres sec), scab blade, scholar- ship . . . Dunkle. Harold, reno ee. trans, pasadena city college . . . Durkee, Vern, reno, bus ad, ato. cadet off club, fr class comm. jr class comm 1 . . . Eddelman, Bill. reno. zoo. sigma nu 1-4 (schol chair 2 sec 3 pres 4), sagers (pres 2), aed (vice pres 3), sen class pres, publ board 4, art bus mgr 4, ass ' t mgr 3. wus earn chair 2-3. rail chair 3, sierra guardsmen 2. young rep 3, ski club 2, campus players 4. phi kappa phi 3-4. blue key 3-4, cof keys 4, phi alpha theta 4, who ' s who. scholarship . . . Edwards. Marva, reno, el ed, young rep 4, snea 1-4 (vice pres 2 pres 3), ywca 2-4, ski club 1-3, tri-delta 1-4 (ass ' t rush chairman 3, rush chairman 4). pan hell 4, sagens 4 . majorette 1-4, jr class comm 3, mac day (sec 3), wus carnival comm (co-chair 2) . . . Ellison. Joe, reno, music, band 1-3. french club 1, u singers 1-4, orat chorus 2-4, theta chi 1-4 (chaplin, librarian 3-4), lambda delta sigma 1-4. elec board 4 . . . Ernst. Suzanne, henderson, soc studies-ed, rifle club 1, a sing 1, young rep 2, newman club 1-4, Ureas 3), deb squad 3, phi alpha theta. art staff 1. aws coun 2-3 (sec-treas 2-3), sagens 3-4 (pres 4), cap scroll 4, gamma phi 1-4 (recording sec 3, scholar chair 2-3), scholarship . . . Farni, Jim, walnut creek, calif, geology . . . Farros. Angeline. reno. journ. tri-delta 1-4 (corr 2, assist rush chair 3. marshal 4). french club 1. un signer 1. ywca 1-4 (soc chair 2 vice pres 3 pres 4). young rep 4. press club 3-4 (sec-treas 3). chair icebreakers dance 2, co- chair wus 3. mac day dance (co-chair 3), mac day luncheon (co-chairman 4), flag- twirler 2-4, sagebrush 2, who ' s who. scholarship . . . Fast. James, reno, mech eng . . . Feather, Marilyn, pioche. sec ed, art man 1-4 (vice pres 3), phi alpha theta 2-4 (sec 3-4), lambda delta sigma 1-4 (vice pres 4 sec 2), snea 4, un singers 4, sen 2, aws 2, scholarship . . . Fenwick. Jerry, reno, german hist, phi alpha theta 3, phi kappa phi 4, scholarship . . . Ferrari, Robert, reno, civil eng, block n 2-4 (vice pres, pres), sigma nu 1-4, var basketball 2-4, var baseball 1-4, ski club, scholarship, who ' s who . . . Ferraro, Bob. paradise valley, gen agric, sigma nu, aggie club 1-4 (pres), young dem 3-4 (pres), sheepherders 3-4, cof keys 4, stud pub 4, chair aggie rodeo, who ' s who . . . Fraser. Dale, ely, geological eng, cruc club, scab blade, jr basketball . . . Frecburne. Marjorie, reno, lang, theta 1-3 (sec 3), french club 1-3, pi alpha theta 3-4, inter faith coun 1-2, young rep, 2-3, perns 3-4, univ sing 1-2, camp play 1-4, nsea 1-4, scholarship . . . Freeman, William, reno, min eng. cruc 3-4 Ureas, pres), . . . Fujii. Ken, reno, pe, block n 1-4, football 1-4, basketball . . . Fulkerson, Charles. Jerome, idaho, agric econ, trans u of Oregon, theta chi 1-4 (sec 1, vice pres 3, rush 2), agric club 1-3, modle un 2-3 (treas 2-3), sagar 1-2, pershing rifles 1, cadet off club 4 (sec 4) . . . Gibson, Theresa, carson, pol sci, ywca 1-4 (pub mgr, treas), tri delta 1-4 (chaplain, serv proj chair), band 1-4 (sec), ski club 1. young rep 4, mac day comm (luncheon chair 3), homecoming comm (dance chairman 4), aws coun 4, scholarship 1 . . . Grout, Newton, Jr, sacramento, civil eng, . . . we ' ve spent more than our share of hours down here ... in spite of it all, we may graduate . . . Jim Farm Angeline Farros James Fast Marilyn Feathers Jerry Fenwick Robert Ferrari Bob Ferraro Dale Fraser Marjorie Freeburne William Freeman Ken Fujii Charles Fulkerson Theresa Gibson Newton Grout 25 Mary Jean Hackwooc William Hadley Clarence Hale Jim Hale Harold Hansen Jim Hart seniors Gordon Harvey Bob Hauser Pat Heehs Robert Hemphill Robert Herbert Donna Hester Cynthia Heth Harold Hodge Steele Houx Dan Hulse James Hussey Louis Hutchison Mary Carol Jackson Robert Jeffers Fred Jesser Martin Johnson Sharon Johnson Marie Jones Don Jung Robert Keeling Nora Kellogg Marie Kurtz Suzanne Kuypers Gaye Lane Alberta Langhans Jim La Porte Bob Lewis Joyce Lindsey Connie Long Jesse Lopez Gary Lundergreen Claude Mabry SENIOR HISTORIES Hackwood. Mary Jean, juneau. alaska, pol sci, ywca 1-4, young ' rep, snea 1-4 (hist pres 2-3). phi alpha theta 2-4 (vp 2-31. tri delta 1-4 (lib 3. sec 4). french club 1, canter- bury l. 4. scholarship . . . Hadley. Wm. susanville. calif, ee, aiee. 1-4 (treas 4), pi mu epsilon 3-4 isec 4). sigma tau. math club 3-4 . . . Hale, Joe, la jolla. calif, chem, chem club (vp), cruc club, sigma kappa . . . Hale. Jim. san francisco. ee, trans city col of sf. newman 3. aiee, 4. ire 4, scholarship . . . Hansen. Harold, sf, calif, econ, sigma nu 1-4. scholarship . . . Hart Jim. va city, sec ed. blue key 2-4 cof key 3-4, young dem 1-4 (pres), ato 2-4 . . . Gordon, Harvey, hawthorne. per mgt. phi sigma kappa 1-4 Ureas 3-4) band 1-4 (pres 31. com club . . . Hauser. Bob. berkeley. calif, bus adm. sigma nu 1-4 . . . Heehs. Pat, reno. pe, theta 1-4. perns 2-4 (treas 3-4), young rep 3 . . . Hemphill. Bob. carson, ed. phi sigma kappa 1-4 (pres 3), student union 2-4 (pres 4 , young rep 1-4 (vp. pres), blue ksy 1-4 (hist 2-4). assem comm 2-3, sagers 1-2, rally comm 1. elect comm 1-4 (chair 3, jr class comm, scholarship . . . Herbert. Robert, sac, calif, mech eng, trans grant tech jr col, asme 3-4 (treas 3, chair 4) . . . Hester. Donna, reno, home ec snea 1, eta epsilon 1-3 (pres 2), u sing 1, sagens 3, phi kappa phi (vp 4), cap and scroll (pres 4) . . . Heth, Cynthia, compton, calif, psych, trans compton jr. col. artemisia 3-4 (editor 4). tri delta 3-4 (house mgr 4), aws counc 3-4, sr class counc (sec), pub board 4, snea 4, fta 3. lutheran club 4, young rep 3-4, mackay day comm 3 (co-chairm lunch I. scholarship . . . Hodge, Harold, fernley, agric econ, ato . . . Houx, Steele, folsom, calif, pre legal, sael 4, delta sigma rho 3-4 (pres 4). debate 2-3 . . . Hulse, Dan, pioche, eng. band 1-4, campus play 4 (pres 4), cof key 3-4, jr class comm . . . Hussey, Jim, wells, eng, cad off club 3-4. band 1-2, scholarship . . . Hutchison, Louis, panaca, pre med, aed, block n 1-4. sigma delta xi, jv basketball 1. track 1-4. scholarship . . . Jackson, Mary Carol, ely. tri delta 1-4 (house mgr 3. pres 4). elec board 1, song team dir 4, fta 1. perns 1-2, orchesis 1. stud union board 2-4, aws counc 2-4, women ' s upper class 3, jr class comm, sagens 3-4 . . . Jeffers. Robert, reno. bus per comm club, flyers, young rep . . . Jesser. Fred, akron, ohio, gen bus, block n 1-4, newman 3-4 ( vp 4), sen 4, baseball 1-4 . . . Johnson. Martin, minden, pe, trans wash state, sigma nu, block n, scab blade, football, basketball, track . . . Johnson, Sharon, carson, ed, young rep 1-4, phi alpha theta 2-3. fta, theta 1-4 (sec), orchesis 1. fr class comm. women ' s upper class 3. honor roll 3 . . . Jones. Marie, reno, el ed, pi phi, sagebrush 1-2. math club 2, band idrum majorette 1-2). phi kappa phi . . . Jung, Don . . . Keeling. Robert, sac, calif, ce . . . Kellogg. Nora. 1. a., calif, journ, pi phi 1-4, press club 1-4, wra 1, french club 1, ski club 1-4 (sec 3), sagens 4 (sec 4), young dem 1-4 (vp sec), artemisia, mackay day pub chair 3, cheerleader 3, women ' s upperclass comm, sagebrush 2. 4. scholarship, who ' s who. kapa tau alpha . . . Kurtz. Marie, las veg, prim ed, art-manz assoc 1-4 (sec 2), lambda delta sigma 1-4 (vp pres), u sing 1, fta 3-4 . . . Kuypers, Suzanne, san Carlos, calif, eng, pi beta phi 1-4, phi alpha theta 3 (vp 4), sagens 4, canterbury, young rep 1-4 (sec 2, treas 3). ski club 1-4, french club 1, univ sing 1, stud union 3-4, song leader 1, yell leader 2-4, soph class comm, jr class comm, sr class comm. homecoming dance chair, mackay day dance chair, rally comm 2-3, elect board 4, who ' s who. scholarship . . . Lane, Gaye, reno, speech, campus play 3-4, sagens 4, assem comm 4, univ sing 3-4, " kiss me kate, " " kismet " . . . Langhans. Alberta, sparks, eng, fta 1-3, french club 1. camp play 2-4, swim team 1-3 . . . La Porte. Jim, Salinas, calif, bus ad. sae 1-4, sagers 1, young rep 1, ski club 1-4 . . . Lewis. Bob. ely, pre legal, ato 1-4 (pres 3-4), interfrat (pres 3-4), blue key, 3-4, cof key 3-4, scab blade 3, cad off club 4, men ' s upperclass comm 4, jr prom king 3, sr class comm, fr class comm. who ' s who . . . Lindsay. Joyce, reno, el ed, wra 1-2, sad spurs 1-2. snea 2-4, newman club 1-2. ywca 1-4, orchesis 1-2, tri delta 1-4 (chap, vp), wus earn 3 . . . Long. Connie, okland. calif, sec ed, trans sf state ski club 2-4, newman club 2-3, art club I sec 4) . . . Lopez, Jesse, carlin, ee, line hall 1-4 (pres 4), aiee. ire (vp 4), sigma tau, scholarship . . . Lundergreen, Gary, gardnerville, pe, trans wash state, sigma nu, block n . . . Mabry. Claude, reno, sec ed, track . . . Mac Phee, Laura, reno. bus ad, young dem 1-4, ywca 2-3, gamma phi 1-4, ski club 2-3 . . . Magee, Tom. reno. bus ad. ato 1-2, sund 1-2 . . . Mannix, Francine, reno, chem, gamma phi 1-4 treas), univ twirlers 1-2, aed 2-4 (sec), sigma sigma kappa 3-4, chem club 1-4 (sec), scholarship . . . Martell. Ace. reno. gen bus, sigma nu . . . Nason, Allura, carmel, calif, span, young rep (treas). camp play, phi alpha theta. phi kappa phi . . . McDonough. Marie, reno. bus ad, theta 1-4 (rush chair), ski club (treas), sr class comm, sagens. nomin comm, pan hellen counc. senate, artemisia staff, aws counc, who ' s who . . . McFarlane, Fran, durango. colo, hist . . . McGee, Arlen, gooding, idaho, ee, sigma tau 4, aiee 3-4, ire 3-4, scholarship 2-3 . . . Meder, John, carson, bus ad, ato 1-4 (vp 4), sigma delta chi. block n 1-4, ski. scab blade 3-4, track 1-4, basketball 1-3 . . . Meeker, Mary, las vegas, el ed . . . Molineux, Penny, reno, pe, band 1-2, tri delta 1-4 (hist, soc chair), aggie club 1-3 (sec, treas), sad spurs 1-4 (pres 3, 4), 1-4, chair elec board 3, wus earn comm 3, sagens, who ' s who, aws (vp 4), perns, young rep 4 . . . Montesa, John, reno, nev, econ, newman 1 ,phil club 4, comm club 2, phi sigma kappa . . . Morris, Patrick, reno, sec ed, sigma nu (soc chair) . . . Mount, Robert, 1. a. calif, journ, sigma delta chi (pres), press club, sagebrush rep . . . Moyle, Jack, eureka, bus adm, ato, scholarship term papers? ... I was wondering Ui! I m — n Laura MacPhee Thomas Mager Francine Mannix Ace Martelle w Allura Mason Marie McDonough Frances McFarlane Arlen McGee John Meder Mary Meeker Penny Molineux John Montessa Patrick Morris Robert Mount Jack Moyle -, Charles Mueller George Murphy Dave Necco Mark Nicklanovich Helen Nolte John North Edgar Olesen Janet Olsen Thomas Ormsby Edward Osgood Harry Pacini John Peterman James Phalan Warren Poland Don Prusso John Pursel Vernon Pursel Basil Quilici seniors Don Rasmussen Charlyne Reid Donnell Richards Joann Rogero Ralph Rubenstein Ruth Ruhl Virginia Rump Evelyn Ruybalid Mieczyslaw Rymszewicz Salvador Ruiz Bill Schroeder Don Schuyler Thomas See Abner Sewell John Sibbald George Smith Robert Lee Smith, II Gayle Sommer Paul Stanley Braden Stauts vt- SENIOR HISTORIES Muller. Charles, reno. bus ad . . . Murphy. George, reno, bus ad. cad off club 3-4, bus club 3 . . . Necca. Dave. reno. phil. trans loyala u. sigma nu 2-4 (pledge trainer), model un 2-3 vsec 1 . phil club 3-4. men ' s upper class comm 3. stud union 3-4, sagers 2. scholarship . . . Nicklanovich. Mark, lovelock, pre-med. ato 2. aed 2-4 (vp), cad off club 3-4. frosh basketball, scholarship . . . Nolte. Helen, reno. eng. tri delta 3-4, delta sigma rho 3-4 vp 4 . phil club 4. scholarship . . . North. John. reno. ee, sigma nu t recorder 1 , sagers sec , blue key. sigma tau (pres), cof key, cad off club, scholar- ship, who ' s who. disting mil student . . . Olesen. Edgar. Santiago, chile, but ad. phi sig 1-4 tpres 4). newman club 1-4. blue key 3-4. sagers 2. comm club 2-4 (dir). inter frat counc. stud union 3-4. sen class comm. elec board 4. men ' s upper class 3. rally comm 3. scholarship . . . Olsen. Janet, sparks, el ed snea 3. model un, sad spurs 3-4 (sec 3) . . . Ormsby. Tom. ely. ee, lambda chi (rit. sec), newman club, cross country, rifle team . . . Osgood, Ted, reno, ee. alpha tau, sae, ski team . . . Pacini. Harry, reno, chem . . . sigma sigma kappa 3-4. scholarship . . . Peterman, John. san leandro. ealif. me, asme, 1-4. sigma tau 3-4 . . . Phalan. Jim, reno, ee, sae 1-2, pi mu epsilon 3-4. sigma tau 3-4 . . . Poland. Warren, san bernadino, calif, ee, trans san bernadino . . . Prusso. Don. reno, bot . . . Prusel. John, yerington. agric econ, aggie club 1-4. senate 4 . . . Pursel. Vernon, yerington, an hus. aggie club 1-4, sagers 1. sigma nu. jr class comm. sen class comm. scholarship . . . Quilici, Basil, yerington, pe . . . Rasmussen. Don. las vegas, pre-law, use. blue key 3-4 (pres 4), yell leader 3-4. rally comm . . . Reid, Charlyne. Virginia city, home ec, eta epsilon 1-3 Ureas), snea 1-2. gamma phi 2-4 Ureas, stand chair), young rep 3, scholarship . . . Richards, Donnell. reno. agric. ato (vp 2), aggie club 1-4. young dem 3-4, newman club 1-2 . . . Rogero. Joann. reno. el ed. snea 3-4. gamma phi 1-4 (pres 4). newman club 1-4, young rep 1-4. orchisis 1-2 (treas 2). sagens 3-4 panhell counc 4, aws counc 3-4, home- coming comm. women ' s upper class comm 3-4. elec board 3-4, rally comm 3, fr. jr. sen class comm. who ' s who . . . Rubenstein. Ralph, las vegas, ce, cad off club, sigma tau. block n. asce. frosh basketball 1. gold 1-4 .. . Ruhl. Ruth, milw, wise, soc. trans marquette univ. newman club 3-4 Ureas, pres) . . . Rump, Virginia, vallejo. calif, soc. pi beta phi 1-4. panhell counc 4 . . . Ruybalid. Evelyn, hawthorne, el ed, snea 1-4 vp 4 i, newman club 1-4. art-manz assoc 2-4 ( vp 4). rally comm 3 . . . Rymszewicz. Mieczyslaw. reno. econ, trans univ of london. scholarship . . . Ruiz, Salvador, sparks, sec ed . . . Schroeder. Bill, mc gill. me. lambda chi 1-4 (vp 3). sigma tau 3-4 (vp 4), asme 1-4. blue key 3-4. cad off club 3-4. ski club 2. band 1-4, men ' s upper class comm, scholarship . . . Schuyler. Don. Wilmington, no Carolina, me, crucible club 1-4. lincoln hall assoc 1-4, baseball 3 . . . See. Tom. winnemucca. pre-med, biol club 1, scab blade 3, aed 3 (sec), cad off club 4, scholarship . . . Sewell. Buster, reno, journ. sae 1-4, ski club 1-4 (pres. vp), sigma delta chi. fr. soph, jr class comm, band 1-2 . . . Sibbald. John, reno. pre law. trans reed coll, sierra guardsmen, sen class comm, ato 2-4, scab blade 3, cad off club (pres 4), newman club, who ' s who, scholarship . . . Smith. George, reno. pe. trans Utah state, block n 2-4, sigma delta 4, football 3-4, basketball 3. track 3-4 . . . Smith. Bob. Oakland, calif, gen bus, sigma nu 1-4. ski club 3, men ' s upper class comm 3, football 1-2 . . . Sommer, Gayle, lovelock, home ec. panhellenic counc 3-4 (sec, pres), cap and scroll, sagens 3-4, sen class comm, wesley foundation 1-4, young dem 1-4, gamma phi 2-4 (corres, scholar chair, rush chain, aws council 2-3, eta epsilon 1-4, who ' s who, sagens. scholarship . . . Stanley, Paul. reno. accoun, ato, young rep. canterbury club . . . Stauts, Braden, reno, pre-med, sae 1-4 (rec 2. pres 4), sagers (vp 2), blue key (vp 4), cof keys (treas 3, pres 4), asun senate, ski team, block n 1-2, upper class comm chair 3, nomin comm 3, pub board 3. who ' s who. ski club 1-4 .. . Stites. Bob, sparks, art . . . Stratton, Bob, alturas, calif, chem. line hall assoc 1-4 sec 3). chem club 2-4 (treas 3, pres 4), phi kappa phi 3-4, pi mu epsilon 3-4, sigma kappa 3-4 (pres 4), nom comm 4, band 1, scholarship . . . Sutton. Lewis, gabbs. per mgt. comm club 1-2, inter faith counc 1-4 » vp 2. pres 3), scholarship . . . Sweeney, Lester, winnemucca, agric, aggie club i pres 4), sundowners, sigma nu 1-4 (hse mgr), sheepherders 1-4, scholarship . . . Thornton. Jim. fallon, ce, ato 1-4, asce 1-4, vars football 1-2 . . . Thornton. Bill, reno, pre law, young rep, aggie club, ski club, cof keys (pres), block n. sigma nu 1-4 (vp). jr class pres, soph pres, student union board, ski team, who ' s who . . . Travis. Don. fallon, voc agric, young dem 1-4, aggie club 1-4 (pres 2). singers 1-2, inter faith counc. mackay day chairm, bus mgr artemisia 3, ato 2-4, debate team 3, student body pres 4, who s who . . . Wahl, Gene, redding, calif, ce. trans shasta jc, asce 3-4. young dem. sigma tau. phi mu epsilon (vp), phi kappa phi, scholarship . . . Warner. Kathy. Chester, calif, bus ed. snea 1-4 (sec), theta 1-4 (pres), panhell counc 4, senate, sagens. cap scroll, phi alpha theta. aws counc 3-4, com comm 3-4, exec comm 4, pub board 4. fin cont board 4. who ' s who. scholarship . . . Wauchope, Sam, reno, ee, ski club, pi mu epsilon, sigma tau, aiee, scholarship . . . Wiseman, Bev, reno, joun, press club, young dem. pi beta phi . . . Whalen, Lloyd, fallon, chem-zoo, blue key, cof keys, aed, lincoln hall assoc, mackay day chair, senate, men ' s upper class comm, rif club, who ' s who, scholarship . . . Williams, Jerry, yerington, me, sigma tau 3-4 (hist), sigma nn 1-4 (hist, scholar chair), asme, rifle club 1 . . . Wooster, Gail, reno, el ed. tri delta 1-4 (scholar chair, rec chair), sagens 4, ywca 1-4 (treas, vp), snea 1-4 (sec), sad spurs 1-4 (vp), aggie club (hist), band 1, french club 1, rifle club 3, young rep 4, aws counc 3-4. elec board 3-4. sen class comm, who ' s who . . . Wright, Dick, keota, iowa. hist, snea 1, young rep 2. line hall assoc (sec 4) . . . Zeitlemann. Elaine. lovelock, span, pi beta phi 1-4 (pres 4), sagens. french club 2-3, panhell counc 4. aws counc 3-4. artemisia staff, women ' s upper class comm 3-4 (chairman 4), who ' s who. scholarship . . . how many times . . . for how many years . . . we ' ve drug ourselves up this hill ... to this build- ing? . . . Bob Stites Robert Stratton Lewis Sutton Lester Sweeney Jim Thornton William Thornton Don Travis Eugene Wahl Katherine Warner Samuel Wauchope Bev Wiseman Lloyd Whalen Jerry Williams Gail Wooster Richard Wright Elaine Zeitlemann Bill Adams «gg| Roderick Adams ■, 4 Carol Adamson Albert Alcorn os i " , : :JJH Evelyn Ames Spiros Anastassatos Dick Ankers 5 Norma Annet Nancy Arnold - LeRoy Arrascada Janene Assuras Robert Autry , i juniors Anthony Bastanchury Margaret Batchelder Carol Beeson Craig Bell Marlene Belli Richard Bennett Gerty Berg Jerry Berry Dewey Berscheid Ben Bingaman Daun Bohall John Borda Jack Bosta George Boucher Jack Boyd Elmo Bradley Roger Bremner Trudy Brock Lawrence Brunetti Richard Bryan Larry Burke Bob Burns Tom Buschke Robert Byrne Kay Calvin Marian Capurro Marie Carano Clayton Carleson Caroline Chappelle David Christensen Phil Cirves Pete Clark Bill Clarke Richard Coatney 1 ... a familiar scene around homecoming time . . . for sophomores, juniors and seniors alike . . . Wuani+a Combs A Ed Comer £- ■ Richard Corbaley m Jim Corica — m Grant Coftam w Marcia Craig Carol Crisler Ralph Crosser Chris Cufflin Dave Cutler Carl Dahl Clay Darrow Lawrence Dawson Dick Deleissegues Cliff Devine Doug Dobson Pat Dunn Yvonne Erb Joyce Etchebarren Ted Evans Pete Evezich Bruci Fabbi Stan Ferrell Edward Foster -«s; ; i i- Gary Foster Larry Frantzen Karl Franz Leslie Fry Carol Gardenswartz Harry Garner Ronald Gott Carolyn Hall Barbara Hampton Carol Hardy Don Hare David Harris juniors Tom Harris Harry Heck Nancy Heehs Sally Holmes Helen Hopper Richard Hughes F red Jonasen Ann Jones Honor Jones Max Jones Ronald Jones Jim Joyce Kathleen Karstens Judy Kautz Bill Kearney Tom Keegan James Kees Bill Keith Keith Kellison Roy Kidder Carol Kirrene Don Kissig Donald Kitts George Knott Karen Knudson Evangeline Kornmayi Janie Kottinger Wayne Kramer Thomas Lambert Pat Lamoreaux Richard Landingham Gerald Larson Richard Latham Patricio Lavin f ffKt i i . . . you ski your way ... I ' ll ski mine Bruce Lee Walter Looney Art Lopei David Lowe Donna Lyle Ronny Lynch Jack Manhire Anka Markovich Ronald Maroni Phinnie Marsh Leo Masini Marvin Mayo Bill McClain Colleen McMahon Russell Melquist Deana Merling Peggy Meyer Walter Mickelson Roger Mills Mickey Moran Robert Morrill Deanne Munk Charles Myerson Robert Ness , 33 Jane Nightingale Jim Nightingale Nedra Norton Ken Oakberg Larry Oxborrow Jarold Pepple Gerald Perske Ed Piper Cynthia Pollard Dale Prevost Glenda Price Virginia Pucci juniors Edward Randall Jim Randall Clark Reber Kay Reid Del Rice Richard Richards Edith Rittenhouse Bruce Rossman Janice Rowntree Steve Rucker Alex Rynecki Clyde Sabala Doug Salter Jim Santini Letitia Sawle Jay Schadel Robert Scholes Nancy Schweis Bob Scott Tom Seabury John Seeliger Virgil Sestini Fred Shaft Judy Sikora Bob Sillery Cynthia Slater Tippy Smith Robert Snyder Donna Soderstrom Ronald Soule Farol Spell Bonnie Stewart Stan Terrell Rene Thome . . . i was wondering . this . . . ? do juniors really spend their time like Peter Tolotti Ray Trease t? 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H Hi i Pat Vessey Bill Viani f Delores Watson Carl Wegren r •» T Howard Wells Le Roy Wentz Edith Widner Harlan Wilson Ron Wilson Ed Wishart Bill Witt Ron Zidec Cathy Zimmerman Tilton Zumwalt 35 Darla Aimone George Allison George Ancho Don Anderson Gary Andreas Grace Antonelli Sally Atcheson James Aylworth Janet Balmain Hugh Barnhill Gary Bartlett Fran Beer Linda Bergin Jean Best Vibeke Beyer Cynthia Black Jim Blakely Ramona Booth Beth Boyd Ron Bradley Ralph Bradley Frances Breen Pete Breen Ron Broderdorf s o ph o m o r e s Gay Brennan Carolyn Brown John Brown Judy Buck Deanna Buonamici William Campbell Rich Capurro Stel Carley Fred Carlson Sonja Carlson Roy Carstensen Dolores Chambers Eugene Choy Eugenia Choy Carol Christiansen Frank Clawson Mike Cleary Gene Clock Diann Coate Marian Coate Pat Coffin Mike Connor Rod Cook Don Cottam William Count Jim Cress Don Cronin Ernest Damon Nancy Damon William Dolan Frank Donothan Dick Dorworth Richard Dow David Downs Joan Drisdale 2h Del Driver Versiellen Driver Joanne Dumble Benny Echeverria Betty Edmonson Brent Fabbi Reeve Fagg Marilyn Ferrari Olivia Forsythe looks like time for another rugged season John Gisclon Irmalee Gray Jim Greathouse Lola Hale Gayle Hall Marilyn Hall Sue Hamilton Emmy Hanf David Hansen Nancy Hansen Novella Hargett Kress Harris Marqe Hartman Phillip Haug Tom Herman Paul Hernandez Sandra Hesse Barbara Heward Kay Hicks Ellen Hines Janice Hinds Michael Hogben Myrna Howard David Hoy Ginger Ivers Robert Jackson Roger Joseph George Kasunic Kay Kelly Marius Kendall Donald Kerns Ron Kivn Dudley Kline Carol Kubler Lorry Labate Raymond Foster Elsa Freitag Tom Frost David Fuhrman jF ( f Lawrence Lovett Barney Lujan John Madariaga Richard Maffi Rita Maness Barbara Marcus Theresa Mariani Len Marrs Herman Marston Jack Martin Charles Mason Carolyn Mather Andy Mathiesen Carol Mc Bain Tom Mc Cann Janis Mc Donald Jody Mc Nally Charles Mc Vey Margie Miller Carolyn Minetto Rita Miolini Dick Modsen Jerry Moon Donald Moore sophomores Ted Moore Mimi Morgan Mary Morton William Myers Robert Neuschaefer Fred Nye David Nyquist Biff O ' Malia Gary O ' Neal Farrel Overholser Annette Owen Diane Pahor Joan Papez Don Par ape jrks Grace Payne Penny Pemberton Lynn Peterson Nancy Petrini Ed Petroni Dom Pieretti Eugene Pieretti Jack Pong Pete Potter Bill Provin Cara Rainey Paul Rand Jim Reed Louis Reiz Pat Reynolds John Rhodes Ransom Richards Sally Riley Richard Ripley Jean Rivkin John Roberts Kris Roper Lois Rothschild Barbara Ruark . . . coffee break? ... or are you simply cutting a class ... we all do .. . Jim Sloan Keith Smith Loralee Smith Mike Smith Murdock Smith Sharon Sorensen Judith Stammer Shreve Stanwood George Stannard Carol Stever Sharon Stiff Don Sullivan Barbara Swart Jesse Swart Jolene Swearingen Anita Taylor Jane Taylor Sharon Teglia Carolyn Thiex Ed Thomas Sandy Thompson Joanne Todd Frank Tomlinson Tom Towle Dick Tracy Bill Tyson Judy Vosconcelos Sam Waggoner William Waldman Chuck Walker Ann Warren Seorgie Weaver James Westfield John Whisler Tom Whitaker Sharon White Don Wilhoite Sharon Wilkerson Victor Williams Danny Winter Deanna Woodliff Rita Woods Sharon Workman Charles York Bill Zamboni Lynn Bingham Nina Freedman Carolyn McGowan Bruno Menicucci Karen Abbott Sharon Adler Meredith Ainsworth Harry Allen David Allingham Ed Allison Alex Anastassatos Fred Annand Carol Armstrong Janice Armstrong Brynne Bailey Kathy Bailey Larry Bailey Jerry Baker Anna Baldini Mary Bandoni Richard Barsanti Cheryl Bearden Janice Beeghly Erman Bell Cecilia Belmont Ann Bengoa Ted Berrum Virginia Berry Jeff Blake Lucky Bessent Gerald Boden Eleanor Bonnefant Brenda Boscovich Eleanor Boyer Patti Brewer Mahlon Brown Nancy Brumage Barbara Brust Becky Buchanan Boyce Burge man going into library . . . - - ? m Margo Burney Clifford Burrows Lynn Buxton Pat Calhoun Georgamy Campbeli Patti Campbell Marietta Cardon Stephen Cornutt Joyce Casazza Joan Cavallera Howard Chambe rs James Christensen Cecilia Clayton Martha Cleary Larry Coleman Edith Condie Jude Commagere Dorthiann Cook Gary Cook Gary Cooper Ed Coppin Elizabeth Cox Ron Cox Ethel Crandall Carrol Crowder Barrie Cunningham Bonnie Cunningham Jackie Curti Jack Damron Robert Davis vVilliam Davis Marshall Dawson Karen Decker -eter DiGrazia vVilliam Donovan Tom Doughty William Ebeltoft Margaret Eddelman Nancy Edwards Lewis Egyud Mary Eickbush Alan Elquist fresh resnmen Martha Emery Peggy Erickson Bonnie Fairchild David Feathers Royce Feour Roy Fields Pat Fitzgerald Pat Fordham Joyce Forwood Sally Foskett Sandy Foster Jane Franklin Idabell Fredricks Gail Furhman Kay Gadda Judy Gandee Donovan Garcia Murry Gifford John Genasci Kenneth Gray Donald Greenfield Arthur Greer John Griffen Joe Guffey Linda Haaser Don Haegerty Susan Hale Katherine Harris James Harstad Kay Henderson John Hesse Jack Heward Brenda Higley Mickey Hogan Buzz Howell Dorothy Howell Tricia Hug Jill Hulbert Joan Hulbert Fumiko Ishii Diana Isola Charles Jones Paul Jones Ellen Johnston Paul Kautz Larry Kearney Paula Kingston Masa Kito Roger Kreimeyer ... to think that they wait in line for it ... is it worth it? Joan Laidlaw Larry Lansford John Lauritzen Ken Lavery Gerald Lear Bill Leonesia Nancy Lewis Patsy Lewis Roberta Lider Harry Lipparelli Nancy Lojas Tom Luichinger David Lutz Charles MacDonald Melinda Mackie Neoma Mann Billie Manning Don Marone Lillian Mason Jim McCormick Jim McClenahan Robert McGhee DeAnn McGowan Theresa McGuire Alvin McKinnon Nancy Mead Jim Megquier Lynn Miles Dave Millard Leland Miller Barbara Moncrief Kathryn Moore Diana Morgan Mavis Morgan Billie Morris James Murphy Verda Murphy Charles Musser Judith Nelson Marilyn Nelson Jane Nevin Sigrid Nielsen f res h men Bartis Nordlon Louann O ' Connor Kathy Oldham Bob Oliver Connie Osterman Margaret Ottini Byron Oxburrow Albert Pagni " a Peter Palmer Richard Payne Bob Perchetti Susan Petersen Martin Peterson 43 JfoV Patsy Plumm Toni Pimentel Sue Dea Pinnea Larry Piper Joseph Pofocnak Pat Potter Sandra Powell William Powell Bonnie Rae Ramos Richard Ratliff Sue Rauch David Richert Karen Rietjens Clyde Riggen Curtis Risley Robert Robb Richard Robbins Roger Robertson Eleanor Roman Bill Roney Lynne Ross Laverne Rosse Charlese Rupley Ted Rupley Nancilyn Sanders Nappy Sandoval Nancy Samuels Richard Sauer Barbara Sbragia Dean Schank Susan Schiller Sandy Schleifer Sandy Schnepper Remote Schroeder Susan Scudder Richard Sever . . . i didn ' t really want one of these things anyway i ' m much too large for this one, that ' s for certain Andrea Sewell David Sharp Tom Sheehan Charlotte Sheldon Sal Sherman Louise Smee ISa h J A George Smith Michael Smith Roger Smith Ronny Sparks Beverly Staples Joyce Stevens Jerry Stewart Joan Stewart Joann Stollar Jill Stratton Tim Sughrue Ann Tamony Mike Tenk Charles Thomas Ann Thorburn Cora Tippin Kenneth Tollefson Kenneth Tracht Edna Tracy Cathy Tuminaro Alberta Umscheid Owen Vaught Shirley Vietti Nancy Vogt Eleanor Walk Julius Wallace Lynn Walsh Robert Walton Robert Weldon Bill Welsh Sharon Wendt Jan Wepfer Russ Westover Walter Whalen Kay Whitaker Susan White f n W " = ► f res h men 3, v " 5 • vSs o MTAA 1 Lynda Wiley Barbara Williams Buck Winter Leila Wolfe Chet Wood Jack Wood Taunya Woodford Mary Woodiel Dan Yim Val York Susan Youngs Allen Zeme Don Zundel 45 46 student government 47 executive committee . . . (I to r) . . . Kathy Warner, Bill Keith, Bob Morrill, Don Travis, Myram Borders, Glenda Price r ( i executive committee a Don Travis a.s.u.n. president a.s.u.n. president 1 fT | 48 09k L _, Myram Borders a.w.s. president 3« W» S» president: a. w. s. counci ;i 1 V .t. .lPKU5tf a.w.s. council . . . first row (I to r) . . . Myram Borders, Penny Molineux, Olivia Forsyfhe, Elaine Zeitlemann, Nedra Nor- ton, Karen Knudson, Kathy Warner, Marie McDonough . . . second row . . . Sally Foskett, Cynthia Heth, Theresa Gibson, Barbara Heward, Marilyn Nel- son 49 men ' s upper class committee . . . first row (I to r) . . . Dick Bryan, Jim Santini, Malcolm Wilson, Bob Lewis, Bill Keith, Pat Lavin . . . second row . . . Steele Houx, Bill Clark, Bill Adams, Bob Scott, Bill McClain, Ron Wilson, Bruce Rossman, Harry Hansen, Carl Shaff men ' s upper class committee senate senate . . . first row (I to r) . . . Marie Anastassatos, Harold Dunkel, Kathy Warner, Marie McDonough, Don Travis, Steve Dollinger, Jim Aylworth, Bill Freeman, Myram Borders, Nedra Norton . . . second row . . . Wuanita Combs, Pat Reynolds, Bob Morrill, Judy Sikora, Deanna Munk, Dick Bryan, Barbara Heward, Jim Santini, Karen Knudson, Dick Deleissegues, John Pursel, Bob Stratton, Glenda Price, Bill Keith, Bob Hemphill 50 women ' s upper class committee . . . Elaine Zeitlemann, Joann Rogero, Wuanita Combs, Shelly Branch, Janene Assuras, Bonnie Stewart, Deanna Munk, Carol Gardenswarrz women ' s upper class committee Glenda Price a.s.u.n. secretary 51 senior class committee . . . first row (I to r) Mike Dewees. Ed Olesen, Gail Wooster, Bill Adams, Vernon Pursel, Chris Friberg, Ruth Ruhl, Cynthia Heth . . . second row . . . Bill Eddel- man, president; Bub Whalen, John Sibbald, Myram Borders, Shelly Branch, JoAnn Rogero, Gayle Sommer, Suzie Kuypers, Dick Deleisegues senior class committee . . . doing their best to do away with senior finals . . . what dreamers ... a gift to the student union from the senior class . . . keeping the graduating people busy . . . dance at the lake . . . and besides all the neat activities . . . they get to graduate . . . Bill Eddelman was top man for the year . . . freshman class committee . . . getting the frosh off to a good start . . . part of the job of the freshman class council . . . participation in frosh-soph field day ... in charge of all the freshman activities . . . freshman in charge for 58 was Ed Allison . . . WlCfW freshman class committee ... (I to r) . . . Margaret Ottini, Jim Murphy, Gerald Boden, Ed Allison, president, Taunya Woodford sophomore class committee ... (I to r) . . . Judy Stammer, Barbara Ruark, president, Barbara Swart, George Al- lison, Danny Winter, Pat Reynolds, Fred Carlson, Betty Edmondsen, Jim Blakeley sophomore class committee . . . instead of being a frosh . . . now we compete with ' em . . . frosh-soph field day . . . rain . . . rain . . . rain . . . oh well . . . next year junior class committee . . . .first taste at being an upperclassman . . . sponsor the junior prom . . . and look forward to be- coming a senior . . . junior class committee . . . (I to r) . . . Roger Bremner, Joe Ortiz, Mack Fry, president, Nedra Norton, Bruce Ross- man, Wuanita Combs 53 publications board . . . (I to r) . . . Bill Eddelman, Leroy Arrascada, Cynthia Heth, Jim Depriest, Jim McNabney, Dr. Miller, Glenda Price, Jim Joyce, Karen Knudson, Kathy Warner, Myram Borders, Don Travis publications board finance control board finance control board . . . (I to r) . . . Jim McNabney, Mr. Wilson, Bill Eddelman, Bob Morrill, Bob Ferraro, Myram Borders, Karen Knudson, Glenda Price, Don Travis, Kathy War- ner, Dr. Morrison 54 nominating committee . . . first row (I to r) . . . Judy Sikora, Glenda Price, Marie McDonough . . . second row . . . Marie Anastassatos, Karen Knudson . . . third row . . . Kathy Warner, Bob Stratton, Steve Dollinger . . . fourth row . . . Leroy Arras- cada, Don Travis nominating committee election board election board . . . first row (I to r) . . . Penny Molineux, Bub Whalen, Dick Bryan, Bob Hemphill . . . second row . . . Kress Harris, John Madariaga, Jim Santini, Gail Wooster, Kay Karstens . . . third row . . . Wuanita Combs, Marcia Craig, Sharon Johnson, Suzie Kuypers . . . Sharon Teglia, Ron Moroni, Elaine Zeitlemann, Bruce Rossman 55 rally committee . . . (I to r) . . . Barbara Heward, Nedra Norton, John Madariaga, Versiellen Eberle Driver, Carl Shaft, Carol Gardenswartz, Don Rasmussen, Ron Wilson rally committee student union board L -VrU 56 assembly committee assembly committee . . . first row (I to r) . . . Barbara Heward, Versiellen Eberle Driver, Jim Westfield . . . second row . . . Sharon Teglia, Pat Reynolds, John Madariaga . . . third row . . . Ginger Ivers, Anita Taylor, Eugene Pieretti . . . standing . . . Lynn Bingham student union board . . . first row (I to r) . . . Ed Oleson, Dave Necco, Don Travis, Lynn Bingham, Bob Hemphill, Jim Santini . . . second row . . . Dean Basta, Dr. Newbry, Dick Deleissegues, Suzie Kuypers, Tish Sawle, Don Stewart, Shelley Branch, Bob Morrill, Bob Scott, Myram Borders, Dick Bryan, Mary Carol Jackson 57 Bill Eddelmcm Marie Anastassatos Lloyd Whalen Bill Thornton Elaine Zeitlemann w ho ' . . . selected because of grades . . . select people who will appear in the publication owl sities . . . 1! Shelly Branch JoAnn Rogero i because of activities . . . these are the ho ' s who in american colleges and univer- Myram Borders Penny Molineux Mary Carol Jackson 59 Bob Ferraro Bob Lewis Nora Kellogg more v Angie Farros Cynthia Heth 60 John Sibbald Bob Ferrari Marie McDonough 62 greeks 63 l 64 Kathy Warner kappa alpha theta Pat Reynolds gamma phi beta JoAnn Rogero gamma phi beta Marva Edwards delta delta delta panhellenic council . . . keeping the girls busy . . . regulations for rushing . . . helping to keep the sororities in har- mony was Gayle Sommer . . . president . . . Gayle Sommer president Cathy Zimmerman kappa alpha theta Mary Carol Jackson delta delta delta Virginia Rump pi beta phi Elaine Zeitlemann pi beta phi inter-fraternity council . . . Bob Lewis presides . . . the council controls the six fraternities on the campus . . . sponsors a bean feed each year at which time trophies are awarded . . . Bob Lewis president alpha tau omega Don Cutler p •;, iftsB —r HBL theta chi iHk S jB • " Wm Dick Deleissegues ■ " IBk lambda chi alpha p s 1 ' U f , 1 Cl Bill Eddelman sigma nu Robert Hemphill phi sigma kappa Bill Kearney sigma alpha epsilon ' - ( 9 9 3 Mary Carol Jackson Alex Anastassatos Janene Assuras Grace Antonelli Marlene Belli president Trudy Brock Wynona Bromley Judy Buck Joan Cavallara Diann Coate Marva Edwards Nancy Edwards Peggy Erickson Angie Farros Pat Fordham Ann Bengoa Marian Coate Carol Gardenswartz Patti Brewer Pat Dunn Chris Gibson Beth Boyd Margaret Eddelman Theresa Gibson delta delta delta . . . trophy for wolves frolic . . . trophy for winter carnival . . . both gone already ... in their place came pigs and cows . . . doors cemented up . . . all made the year interesting for the tri delts . . . Mac Jackson led the group . . . . . . the tri delts have gone buggy ... at least the pledges have for initiation . . . Sandy Thompson Georgie Weaver ) k. 1 ■ ' ■. ' ' i ' . Judy Kautz Vangie Kornmayer Janie Kottinger Pat Lamoreaux Patsy Lewis Joyce Lindsey Jody McNally Carolyn Minetto Penny Molineux Irmalee Gray Cynthia Heth Mary Jean Hackwood Janice Hinds Carolyn Hall Sally Holmes Nancy Hansen Tricia Hug ' Diana Isola Ginger Ivers Ann Jones Kathleen Karstens Judith Nelson Helen Nolte Nedra Norton Louann O ' Connor Diane Pahor Susan Peterson Alberta Umsheid Lynn Walsh Delores Watson Sharon Wendt Sharon White Gail Wooster Nancy Petrini Patsy Plumm Sue Rauch J Y- w X f ' -r- ■ --r X $ § Lynne Ross Charlotte Sheldon Sharon Sorensen Joyce Stevens Jill Stratton Barbara Swart M: JoAnn Rogero president Darla Aimone Norma Arnet Gayle Sommer Nancy Arnold Eleanor Bonnefant Carolyn Brown Marian Capurro Marie Carano Joyce Casazza Carol Christiansen Wuanita Combs Bonnie Cunningham Jaclci Curti k Nancy Damon Joan Drisdale . . . lots of talent . . . some shown at christmas assembly . . . Emmy Hanf . . . Sharon Workman . . . Judy Vasconcelos . . . Joyce Etchebarren Barbara Galeppi - % | C 1 i m P ' Carolyn Mather Lynn Miles Rita Miolini Diana Morgan Sigrid Nielsen Jane Nevin Virginia Pucci Carra Rainey Charlyne Reid Pat Reynolds Charlese Rupley Nancy Samuels Nancilyn Sanders Loralee Smith Beverly Staples Jane Taylor Judy Vasconcelos Pat Vessey Shirley Vietti Sharon Workman gamma phi beta . . . brought home nice trophy for float at homecoming . . . took a lot of work . . . little trouble with zorro (or zoro) ... oh well . . . what ' s a little fire . . . Joann Rogero was leader of the hard working group . . . Suzanne Ernst Olivia Forsythe Joyce Forwood Susan Hale Dorothy Howell Emmy Hanf Laura MacPhee 69 . . . theta ' s open house home the grads . . . an impressive event to welcome kappa alpha theta ... an initiation banquet . . . social pro shortly after . . . can ' t keep a good group down . . . they all looked forward eagerly to mackay day . . . party from the tri delts ... a good year under Kathy Warner . . . Kathi Christenset Carrol Crowder Bonnie Fairchild Katherine Warner president Sharon Adler Evelyn Ames Anna Baldini Byrnne Bailey Kathy Bailey Janet Barton Janice Beeghly Fran Beer Linda Bergin Virginia Berry Brenda Boscovich Shelley Branch Frances Breen Gay Brennan Marilyn Brooks Becky Buchanan Caroline Chappelle n Peggy Cimijotti Dorthiann Cook Versiellen Driver Mary Eickbush Sally Foskett Elsa Freitag Marilyn Nelson Jane Nightingale Kathy Oldham Margaret Ottini Tony Pimentel Glenda Price Kay Reid Nancy Schweis Andrea Sewell Donna Soderstrom Jolene Swearingen Ann Thorburn Ann Warren Leila Wolff Deanna Woodliff Rita Woods Susan Youngs Cathy Zimmerman Kress Harris Nancy Heehs Pat Heehs Barbara Heward Brenda Higley Sharon Johnson Ellen Johnston Paula Kingston Karen Knudson Janis McDonald Marie McDonough Nancy Mead Elaine Zeitlemann president Sallie Atcheson Carol Armstrong Jean Best Myram Borders Eleanor Boyer Kay Calvin Sonja Carlson pi beta phi ... no fires this year . . . mighty impressive kind of initiation banquet . . . contribut- ed a very fine a.w.s. president, Myram . . . proudly carried home the coveted scholar- ship trophy . . . president for the year was Elaine Zeitlemann . . . Martha Cleary JoAnne Dumble Martha Emery Marilyn Ferrari Jane Franklin Kay Hicks Marilyn Hall Sandra Hesse Myrna Howard Nora Kellogg Theresa McGuire Carolyn McGowan DeAnn McGowan Theresa Mariani Lillian Mason Gail Fuhrman Kay Kelly Barbara Moncrief Kay Gadda Carol Kirrene Billie Morris . . . it ' s homecoming time . . . many hours . . . spent by many pi phi ' s . . . for many homecomings such as this years . . . Mary Morton Virginia Rump Letitia Sawle Deanne Munlc Pat Potter Penny Pemberton Karen Rietjens Barbara Ruark Barbara Sbragia Susan Scudder Sally Sherman Joann Todd Carol Thiex Sharon Teglia Nancy Vogt Sally Riley Sharon Stiff Sharon Willcerson Judith Stammer Farol Spell Susan White Taunya Woodford ■« w 73 S H A - 4 -P — r i ' » i ■ 0t 3®» T . , r- .- ' ■»» ft il% r — Bob Lewis president Al Alcorn Spinos Anastassatos I C A L feeorge Ancho Gary Andreas Sam Beeghly Gerald Boden Daun Bohall Roger Bremner Mahlon Brown Dick Bryan Bob Burns Rich Capurro Gerald Cobb Ed Coppin Jim Corica Pete DiGrazia Richard Dow Del Driver Vern Durkee . . . this is the kind of work . . . lots of it . . . that brought home the homecoming float trophy for the taus . . . - ' f . S?pyi ' f i 9 J L Wt 4 N Alan Elquist Mac Fry John Genasci John Griffen Joe Guffey Jim Hart Dave Harris Harry Heck Dave Hoy Richard Hughes Paul Huffey Charles Jones Jim Joyce Paul Kautz Keith Kellison Roy Kidder Ron Kerns Ken Lavery Lori Lebate Phinnie Marsh Charles Mason -1 T ■ " ' " ' " " J $ , O s fli ■ ' JB » j i John Meder John Miller Jerry Moon Ted Moore Jack Moyle Gary O ' Neal Pete Palmer Jarold Pepple Del Rice Dave Richert Richard Ripley Curtis Risley Clyde Sabala Jim Santini John Seeliger Richard Sever Tom Sheehan John Sibbald alpha tau omega . . . pledges gave house a face lifting inside . . . wasn ' t their idea . . . nice looking trophy for shelf (or a sorority) they brought home from homecoming . . . gee . . . wish we had steaks once a week . . . Bob Lewis was big man for the year . . . Jim Sloan Murdoclc Smith Bob Snyder Ronny Sparks Paul Stanley Don Travis Ray Trease Chuck Walker Carl Wegren Bill Welsh Russ Westover Tom Whitaker Bill Witt Harlan Wilson Val York Bill Viani Walter Whalen Jack Wood Bill Zamboni Tilton Zumwalt - - s : o I :|P| I T ' 4 ' -x - ... • r Dick Deleissegues president Leroy Arrascada Lynn Bingham Jeff Biake Ralph Bradley Pete Breen Fred Carlson David Chrisfensen Bill Clarke Richard Coatney Pat Coffin Larry Coleman Bruce Downs Stan Draper Reeve Fagg John Gisclon Don Hare Bill Keith lambda chi alpha . . . good dance last year . . . made first semester dull this year . . . social pro was " different " . . . good to get off . . . sheepherders stole the wolves frolic skit . . . friday night dinners still the best on the hill . . . Dick Deleissegues represented the group at interfrat . . . I 76 Harry Lipparelli Barney Lujan Bill McClain Jack Manhire Dave Millard Ron Moroni Robert Ness Fred Nye Robert Neuschaefer Dave Nyquist Ken Oakberg Farrel Overholser Byron Oxburrow Don Parks Jim Reed Clyde Riggen Robert Robb John Roberts Laverne Rosse Ted Rupley Bob Schenlc Bill Schroeder DeArmond Sharp Sam Vaughan 4s Robert Walton Jim Westfield Don Wilhoite Frank Zilkey — f. 1 talent in the lambda chi ' s too . . . think . . 77 ... a favorite scene . both during homecoming and around the campus . nope . . . not gangsters . phi sigs . . . phi sigma kappa ... a brand new house ... an open house to show it off ... a band to complement it ... a lot of good guys to go with it . . . and the phi sigs are back in business again ... Ed Piper spurs the group on . . . 78 Ed Piper president David Allingham Elmo Bradley James Christensen Carl Dahl Roy Fields Edward Foster Donald Greenfield Harvey Gordon David Hansen Robert Hemphill Donald Kerns Patricio Lavin Tom Luichinger Leland Miller Robert Moran i Bill Nixon Lynn Peterson Edgar Olesen William Powell Alex Ryneclci Jesse Swart Dick Tracy Victor Williams Danny Winter - ( I Shin is: Don Cutler president James Aylworth Jerry Baker Ronald Bradley Mike Cleary Richard Corbaley Don Cottam Chris Cufflin Lewis Egyud Joseph Ellison Karl Franz Tom Frost Charles Fulkerson Fred Jonasen Paul Jones Roger Kreimeyer B» |K.™ Bruce Lee David Lowe Dick Madsen John Middlebrook Roger Mills Richard Sauer Bob Scott Gary Soule ■ " yjr s theta chi . . . food . . . food . . . food . . . theta chi meals are campus-renowned ... if you ' ve ever eaten there . . . you can see why . . . !■ i Meat ■ tit ... no bells stolen this year . . . still lots of excitement . . . home away from home for stray skiers . . . not too enthusiastic about winter carnival . . . maybe it was a good idea . . . Don Cutler was president for ' 58 . . . p% 0 ' Richard Payne Joseph Potocnok Clark Reber Nappy Sandoval I Gerald Stewart Owen Vaught Sam Waggoner Robert Weldon LeRoy Wentz 81 sigma alpha epsilon . . . indian dance . . . big success ... so was trophy stealing . . . say ... we were just wondering ... do you always cut it that close for winter carnival . . . Bill Kearney and Bill Adams joined together to preside over the group this year . . . Bill Kearney president . . . tall Bill Adams president . . . spring Ed Allison George Allison Ed Alvarez Richard Barsanti Don Bernard Ted Berrum Ben Bingaman Dick Bartolin Ron Broderdorf Larry Burke Bill Campbell Howard Chambers Gene Clarke Ron Cox Jim Cress Bob Davis 82 ... to start out the year . . . always a success . . . the sae tennis court dance . . . Marshall Dawson Doug Dobson Steve Dollinger Gerald Eggers Ted Evans Jim Greathouse Tom Hardester Steel Houx Larry Kearney Don Kissig Dudley Kline Wayne Kramer Dick Landingham Jim La Porte Tom McCann Jim McClenahan Alvin McKinnon Charles McVey Richard Maffi Andy Mathiesen Ed Petroni Dick Robbins Bruce Rossman Steve Rucker H J ,■ 9 : WS . ' • f ' .. ■ ' " SIl !% O ' JBR ' ■• ' ' • ' ■ Bill Salas Norm Scoggins ' Abner Sewell Fred Shaft Shreve Standwood Braden Stauts Tim Sughrue Mike Tenk Art Vaughn Chet Wood 83 Bill Eddelman president Harry Allen Fred Annand Dick Ankers Bob Au+ry Larry Bailey Hugh Barnhill Lawrence Barnett David Bartlett Gary Bartlett Craig Bell Jim Blakely Jack Bosta John Brown Lawrence Brunetti Boyce Burge Mike Connors Don Cronin Lawrence Dawson Mike Dewees Bob Ferrari Bob Ferraro N , Gary Cooper Ed Comer John Crain Cliff Devine Frank Donathan Dick Dorworth Murray Gifford Buddy Garcia Jim Gardner ji % „ — 0 ? 0 Sm r - " - TV 7 9 r 1 r mm 7, sigm Dave Cutler Ernest Damon Clay Darrow Tom Doughty Brent Fabbi Bruce Fabbi Ronald Gott Kenneth Gray Harold Hansen I Vr- « . 19 ■ k -qr i ■ Ol « » r. Tom Harris Bob Hauser James Harstad Dan Heagerty a n u . . many enthusiastic workers . . . esult . . . beautiful new basement . winter carnival decoration trophy . several very good socials ... in ■ront to lead them on was their presi- dent Bill Eddelman . . . MHI M . . . maclcay day ' s around the corner . . . sigma nu ' s get started early . . . looks like their time will be well spent . . . om Herman im McCormick lussell Melquist John Heward Buzz Howell Frank Kendricks Don Kitts Bob McGhee Charles Macdonald John Madariaga Don Moroni Bruce Menicucci Ray Midzor Don Moore Bob Morrill Q H i fr Si m+ fi? Bill Leonesia Walter Looney Gary Lundergreen Len Marrs Herman Marston Jim Megquier Patrick Morris Sid Muck James Murphy s «l f ■! f r -4k wk Nil d i 9£ ' Dave Necco Dave Pruett John North Vernon Pursel Bob Perchetti Louis Reiz If- v Pete Potter Roy Reynolds Dale Prevost Doug Salter Bill Provin Jud Samon sigma nu I mi " f. j£? Dick Schnepper Robert Scholes Bob Sillery Mike Smith Stan Summers Lester Sweeney Pete Tolotti Ed Thomas Bill Thornton Ken Tollefson Wayne Trewhitt Bill Walbridge Jerry Williams Ron Wilson Buck Winter Don Zundel 86 Carol Crisler kappa kappa gamma Don Rasmussen delta chi Tom Seabury sigma phi Howard Wells sigma phi epsilon stray greeks . . . these greeks have come to nevada and found themselves without a home . . . they have not found themselves without a place however ... we are proud to have them as a part of our university . . . they have added a great deal . . . ah for the life of a greek 87 organizations 88 89 Suzanne Ernst president Evelyn Ames Myram Borders Marian Capurro Wuanita Combs Marva Edwards Christina Friberg Mary Carol Jackson s a a e n s . . . yes . . . those are sagens . . . blue skirts . . . white sweaters . . . honorary senior and junior women ' s service organization . . . campus trek . . . ushering . . . along with a little fun . . . end of the year banquet time . . . Suzanne Ernst led for this year . . . 90 Nora Kellogg Karen Knudson Suzanne Kuypers Gaye Lane Marie McDonough Penny Molineux Deanne Munk JoAnn Rogero Tippy Smith Gayle Sommer Bonnie Stewart Kathy Warner Gail Wooster Elaine Zeitlemann Cathy Zimmerman David Bartlett Gary Bartlett Ben Bingaman Lynn Bingham Pete Breen Jim Blakely president Harry Allen Larry Bailey Hugh Barnhill ' s a g e r s . . . helping with registration . . . other kinds of service to the school . . . training for blue key . . . this is savers . . . leading the group for ' 58 was Jim Blakely . . . Boyce Burge Eugene Choy Gary C ooper Pete DiGrazia David Downs Jim Harstad Paul Huffey Bill Leonesia Charles Macdonald John Madariaga Len Marrs Pete Potter Jud Samon Ed Thomas Ken Tollefson Sam Waggoner Bill Welsh Don Wilhoite I I . I ■ blue key . . . welcome the frosh . . . help at registration . . . service is their aim . . . open to upperclassmen . . . they ' re kept busy . . . leading them for the year was Don Rasmussen . . . Don Rasmussen president Roger Bremner Dick Bryan Dick Deleissegues Steve Dollinger Stan Draper Bill Eddelman Mac Fry Bob Hemphil Ed Olesen Jim Hart Bill Schroeder Bob Lewis Braden Stauts Bob Morrill Don Travis John North Lloyd Whalen 92 coffin and key . . . just knock three times . . . and whisper low . . . secrecy is their motto . . . coffin and key is their symbol . . . out in the open once a year for their annual drama . . . Braden Stauts is chief secret keeper . . . Braden Stauts president tf l C- i w ' i = : r? Steve Dollinger Bill Eddelman Dave Lowe Job Ferraro Jim Hart Dan Hulse Bob Lewis John North Bill Thornton Don Travis Lloyd Whalen 93 cap and scroll . . . basically an elective honorary group . . . represents active . . . even intelligent women . . . grades of 2.7 overall . . . presidency in campus organization . . . requirements for membership ... a wonder- ful steak dinner to remember . . . Donna Holstein was president of these presidents . . . Donna Hester president Myram Borders Gayle Sommer Kathy Warner 94 ph! kappa phi . . . after four years of hard work . . .few of the intellects earn mem- bership into this honorary . . . one of the highest honors on the campus . . . high scholarship averages and initiative are a must for membership . . . open to both grads as well as undergraduates . . . Myram Borders Bill Eddelman Jerry Fenwick Donna Hester Marie Jones Bob Stratton Eugene WahJ 95 3 fTD. r Mr 1 Bob Ferrari president Al Alcorn Spiros Anastassatos Dick Ankers Bob Autry Hugh Barnhill Jack Basta Jack Batchelder n ... all the clean cut all american peo- ple . . . throw your money and hope for your hot dogs . . . honorary men ' s athletic organization ... be an ath- lete . . . get a letter . . . giving out letters this year was president Bob Ferrari . . . Richard Dow Del Driver Bruce Fabbi Ken Fujii Jim Gardner Dave Harris Tom Harris Dick Hughes Louis Hutchison Fred Jessen Martin Johnson Frank Kendricks Roy Kidder Don Kitts John Legarza Gary Lundergreen Phinnie Marsh John Miller Ted Moore Steve Rucker Ralph Rubenstein Paul Rutherford George Smith Mike Smith Braden Staub Bill Thornton Chuck Walker Tom Whitaker Deanne Munk president Evelyn Ames Betty Edmonsen perns . . . women physical education majors . . . and minors . . . conventions . . . tournaments . . . many activities ... led to victory by Deanne Munk . . . Pat Heehs Sharon Stiff Sally Holmes Sharon Teglia Penny Molineux Georgie Weaver U 97 Ed Alvarez Dick Ankers Scratch Arrascada Bob Burns Bob Coughlin Jerry Cobb Bob Ferrari d sundowners . . . only the socially elite belong ... the fri- day night informal chats at the wal . . . you are cordially invited to attend a lawn party . . . bring your mugs . . . many service projects to the " u " . . . experimentation on the consump- tion of a chicken ... the turkey trot . . . this has been going on since 1921 ... Tom Hardester Bill Kearney ifr B . j| : i Tom Luichinger Jack Manhire Bob Moran Ron Moroni Dave Pruett Steve Rucker Paul Rutherford Stan Summers Lester Sweeney Ron Wilson John Sibbald James Fast Martin Johnson Fred Bartlett Ken Fujii George Knott Richard Bartolin Charles Fulkerson Bob Lewis mi 4k ' % Bill Bowser Harry Garner Marvin Mayo Steve Dollinger Tom Harris Phil Moore Vern Durkee James Hussey Bob Morrill scabbard and blade . . . honorary military organization for upperclass- men . . . defenders of the women ' s residence halls during initiation ... all spruced up for military ball . . . future second louies of america . . . Bruce Rossman Ralph Rubenstein Bill Schroeder Thomas See James Wangsness Sidney Muck George Murphy John North Charles Myerson Don Rasmussen Del Rice 99 first row (I to r) . . . Bob Hemphill, president, Suzie Kuypers, Elaine Steiner, John Carlson, president, Beverly Wiseman, Dick Wiseman, national director — region 10 . . . second row . . . Cliff Young, senator, Dick Tate, Bill Thornton . . . third row . . . Elaine Zeitlmann, Mar- garet Batchelder, Angie Farros, Cynthia Heth, Penny Molineux, Loralee Smith, Margaret Eddelman, Sallie Atcheson, Sonja Carlson, Kay Karstens . . . fourth row . . . Marge Miller, Judy Sikora, Cindy Black, Nancy Heehs, JoAnn Rogero, Nancy Mead, Sharon Johnson, Sally Foskett, Bob Scott young republicans ... a bit slower year for many enthusiastic young politicians with no election . . . many good speakers as Cliff Young, senator . . . planned trjp to Governor Russell ' s ... led this year by fu- ture politicians John Carlson and Bob Hemphill . . . " 1 GOP " „ . . . Bob Hemphill was the second semester leader . . . John Carlson (not pictured) was president first semester . . . young republicans 100 . . . booth at activities parade . . . are those elephants pink? . . . what ' s that got to do with republicans? . . . officers . . . (I to r) . . . Bob Ferraro, Fred Carlson, president, Bonnie Fairchild, Leroy Arrascada, Bob Brown young democrats . . . convention was fun . . . that ' s for sure . . . . . still many activities to keep them all busy . the year was Fred Carlson . . . no election this year . chief electioneer for first row . . . (I to r) . . . Pete Breen, Nora Kellogg, Fran Breen, Gayle Sommer, Anita Taylor . . . second row . . . John Gisclon, Micky Richards, Bob Ferraro, Bob Brown, Dave Nyquist, Fred Carlson . . . president young democrats sierra guardsmen . . . faces front . . . chest high . . . stomach in . . . march . . . march . . . march . . . drill . . . drill ... all a part of being a sierra guardsmen . . . Charles Faulkerson precision group . . the color guard leader of the . . . these are the skiers . . . the ones on the bunny hill . . . the ones on the chair lift . . . the ones you miss in your afternoon classes . . . the ones you see only on the hill . . . ski club ski club officers . . . (I to r) . . . Bob Autrey, president; Pat Reynolds, secretary; Marie McDonough, treasurer; Craig Bell, vice president 103 a %b Tippy Smith president Janice Armstrong Billie Baldini Mary Bandoni Cherryl Bearden Margot Berney Vibeke Beyer Cynthia Black Ramona Booth Nancy Brummage Barbara Brust Deana Bounamici Pat Calhoun Patti Campbell Stel Carley Delores Chambers Jude Connagere Elizabeth Cox Marcia Craig Ethel Crandall Karen Decker Betty Edmonson Marilyn Feathers artemisia Pat Fitzgerald Sandy Foster Idabell Fredericks Nina Freedman Christina Friberg Sue Gann . . . signing n. third floor parse! active year v h 04 Marge Hartman Kay Henderson Helen Hopper Jill Hulbert Joan Hulbert Nancy Roberta Connie Lewis Lider Long Rita Maness Neoma Mann Barbara Marcus Anka Markovich Carol McBain Colleen McMahon Deana Merling Novella Hargett Katherine Harris Masa Kito Marie Kurtz 3 £ ? L Margaret Meyer Margie Miller Kathryn Moore Mimi Morgan Verda Murphy Bartis Nordlon Connie Osterman Carolyn Oxburrow an all too familiar scene for all dorm girls manzanita association . . signing out . . . what a mess . . . rls . . . homecoming queen ... a very h Tippy Smith as leader . . . Grace Payne Pm v - § Sue Dea Pinnea W Cynthia Pollard Sandra Powell ftflf Bonnie Rae Ramos Jean Rivkin Eleanor Roman Lois Rothchild Ruth Ruhl Evelyn Ruybalid A Judy Sikora Tania Skrabak Cynthia Slater Louise Smee Carol Stever Bonnie Stewart Joann Stollar Anne Tamony Cora Tippin Pat Turner Eleanor Walk Edith Widner Barbara Williams Mary Woodiel 05 Anthony Bastanchury Jerry Berry Lucky Bessent George Boucher Jack Boyd Clifford Burrous Thomas Buschke Roy Carstenson Pete Clark Frank Clawson Gary Cook Stephen Cornutt William Count Alan Davis Wiliiam Ebeltoft Benny Echeverria Pete Evezich David Feathers Larry Frantzen Harry Garner David Gehrt Jim Hale Phillip Haug Robert Herbert Michael Hogben lincoln- . . . socials with the|l ( wolves frolic skit . . strong leaders in Pet Robert Jackson Marius Kendall Larry Lansford Richard Latham Gerald Lear Art Lopez David Lutz Marvin Mayo Arlen McGee Charles Musser William Myers Bob Oliver Biff O ' Malia Larry Oxborrow Martin Petersen Byron Phillips Eugene Pieretti . . . residents of lincoln-hartman hall relax in their newly decorated living room . . . Jiartman hall orm girls . . . tyson makes a hit in u+est girl in the show . . . couple of tvezich and Jesse Lopez . . . Dom Pieretti Larry Piper Jack Pong Jim Randall Richard Ratliff Ransom Richards Roger Robertson Dean Schank : Virgil Sestini George Smith Frank Tomlinson Kenneth Tracht William Tyson Gene Wahl Julius Wallace Jan Wepfer Lloyd Whalen Delbert Wilson Dan Yim Charles York Keith Smith Paul Swanson Stan Terrell Rene Thorne 107 . . . first row (I to r) . . . Ron Moroni, Betty Chism, Jayne Hatcher, Diane Guild, Bob Stites . . . second row . . . Wanda Armstrong, Tania Skrabak, Larry Dawson, Connie Long, Don Draper, Mr. Shepperd b e a u x arts . . . a new group on campus . . . active already . . . booth for activities parade . . . artists ball during last part of year . . . group off to a very good start under the direction of Larry Dawson . . . 108 beaux arts officers . . . (I to r) . . . Bob Stites, vice president, Connie Long, secre- tary-treasurer, Larry Dawson, president ... a new group begins the year with a busy booth for the activities parade . . . . . Barney Mergen and Ann Warren please t.v. viewers . campus players . . . " chalk garden " . . . " antigone " ... all very enjoyable productions of campus players . . . Asher Wilson spurred the group on once more as always . . . thanks to this group for all their help in putting on another fine musical . . . chosen to lead these thespians for the season was Dan Hulse . . . auditorium had a face lifting . . . antigone guards made a hit with audience Asher Wilson talks to mem- bers of campus players . . . first row (I to r) . . . Barney Mergen, Ann War- ren, Janet Olsen, Kathi Christensen, Judy Buck, Diane Pahor . . . second row . . . Dr. Morrison, Vangie Korn- mayer, Margaret Eddelman, Trudy Brock, president; Suzie Kuypers, Carol Garden- swartz . . . third row . . . Shreve Stanwood, Bill Eddel- man, Jim Santini, Mike De- wees, Jim DePriest . . . fourth row . . . Micky Hershberger, Art Vaughn, Steele Houx, Don Rasmussen . . . fifth row . . Gaye Lane, Suzanne Ernst, Herman Marston s n e a . . . organization for those interested in becoming teachers . . . pot luck dinner for the high schools . . . trip to stewart indian school . . . picnics with the profs . . . hummmm . . . i wonder why? . . . Wynona Bromley was head teacher . . . snea . . . first row (I to r) . . . Beth Boyd, Dr. Newbry, Wynona Bromley . . . second row . . . Cynthia He+h, Theresa Gibson, Joyce Lindsay, Marva Edwards . . . third row . . . Nancy Petrini, Nancy Hansen, Evelyn Ruybalid, Gayle Wooster . . . fourth row . . . Cecilia Clayton, Sandy Thompson, Joan Laidlaw, Cathy Tuminaro . . . fifth row . . . Nona Kerr, Joyce Cerfoylio, Joyce Gearing, Masa Kito . . . sixth row . . . Novella Hargett, Cynthia Pollard, Judy Zurr officers . . . (I to r) . . . Beth Boyd, his- torian, Gayle Wooster, secretary, Evelyn Ruybalid, vice president, Wynona Bromley, president 110 ywca . .firs row (I tor) Joyce Stevens, Tricia Hug, Angle Farros, Nona Kerr, Joyce Gearing, Sallie Atcheson, CarolynSwinney, Cynthia Pollard . . . second row . . . Lynne Ross, Marva Edwards, Lynn Walsh, Gayle Wooster anet Olsen, Mana Anastassatos, Mary Jean Hackwood, Ginger Ivers, Edith Rittenhouse, Nanci Sanders, Ruth Talcott ' Joan Laidlaw . . . third row . . . Alex Anastassatos, Suzie Petersen, Joyce Lindsay, Tl Wilk erson, Pat Dunn, Nancy Hansen, Margaret Eddelman yce Lindsay, Theresa Gibson, Kay Karstens, Sharon ywca . . . the inhabitants of the room off of the snack bar . . . the big guns behind the ce breaker dance . . . wus carnival too . . . many, many activities . . . many, many good chief for the year was Angie Farros ... times officers . . . (I to r) . . . Edith Rittenhouse, secre- tary; Gayle Wooster, vice president; Angie Farros, president; Theresa Gibson, treasurer. II I canterbury . . . first row (I to r) . . . Bill Eddelman, JoAnn Weber, Lynne Ross, Ted Moore . . . second row . . . Gail Wooster, Suzie Kuypers, Lynn Walsh, Tricia Hug, Kitty Tillman, Paul Stanley, Dr. Frazer . . . third row . . . Father Kirstetter, Alan Ross, Kay Karstens, Judy Grafton, Carolyn Braswell Oxburrow, Carol McBain, Ed Swink, Father Steven canterbury club . . . getting together every Thursday morning . . . discussions . . . Bishop Lewis adding to the discussions ... all kept the episcopalian students together another year . . . lambda delta sigma . . . mighty busy group . . . christmas formal formal . . . many informal get togethers . . . Marie Kurtz and Clark Reber . . . . . . pledge party . . . spring co-leaders of the group were l.d.s. . . . first row (I to r) . . . Karen Abbott, Edith Rae Condie, Bonnie Stewart, Mary Hussy, Carol Hardy, Clydie Clayson, Janet Hall, Mae Cropper, Ladd Cropper . . . second row . . . Marie Kurtz, president, Marilyn Feathers, Joan Mueller, Judy Abbott, Sylvia Cropper, Mary Dee Terry, Zina Bastian, Nancy Jones, Julia Robertson, Jerry Hammer, Gary Feathers . . . third row . . . Don Draper, James Hussy, Edwin Caulford, Pau Tueller, Jay Evans, Dick Wade . . . fourth row . . . Dave Hansen, Chuck Mueller, Elmer Cottom, Lorrie Sutton, Dix Christensen, LeRoy Wentz, Ronalc Jones, Dave Mathews, Clark Reber, president, Mike Smith gamma delta . . . (I to r) . . . Tom Herman, Ragnar Kuehnert, Roy Carstensen, Reverend A. E. Mueller, Dave Christensen, president, Kathi Christensen, Cynthia Heth, Nancy Hansen, Bill Proven gamma delta . . . adding to the religious groups the lutheran church . . . meetings and informal gatherings every other sunday ... off to a good start . . . president was . . . Dave Christensen . . . we si e y . . . the methodist church once again keeps the university students active . . . meeting at their wesley foundation on Virginia street . . . keeping the group active was Robert Montgomery, president . . . wesley . . . sitting (I to r) . . . Melinda Mackie, Janet Webb, Connie Osterman, Cecilia Clayton, Janice Armstrong . . . standing . . . Gene Wahl, Bill Daers, Robert Montgomery, president, Reverend Floyd Marker 113 ■ fS .w. h newman . . . first row (I to r) . . . Kress Harris, Ruth Ruhl, Virginia Pucci, Barbara Galeppi, Cynthia Pollard . . . second row . . . Diane Dettling, Merietta Cardon, Barbara Moncrief, Nancy Petrini, Eleanor Roman, Ann Bengoa, Marilyn Nelson, Evelyn Ruybalid, Biff O ' Malia . . . third row . . . Father McFadden, Gail Sullivan, JoAnn Backer, Jan Matheus, Maureen Duffy, Carol Thiex, Patsy Plum . . . fourth row . . . John Urizer, Phil Heber, Brian Whalen, Mary Stevenson, Bill Myers, Bill Count, Virgil Bucchianeri, Ken Emanuel, Joe Fevario, Joe Complone, Francis Matheus, Bill Dolan, Mike Cleary newman c lub . . . very active religious organization . . . christmas parties . dances . . . television . . . kept busy with Ruth Ruhl as president newman club officers . . . (I to r) . . . Fred Jesser, vice president, Ed Randall, social chairman, Ruth Ruhl, president, Jan Matheus, social chairman, Fred Annand, treasurer, Virginia Pucci, corresponding secretary . . . not pictured Kress Harris, recording secretary christmas fun for everyone . . biology club . . . first row (1 to r) . . . Janet Barton Ed Randall, Charles Bak er, Al Alcorn , Eu- qene Choy, Chris Roper, Chris Friberg second row . . . Bill Douglas , Frank Parker, Lo raine Godwin . third row . . E. Cooper Ed Zumino, Bill Mc- Kenna, Tom Burns, Penny Pem- berton, Noel Par khurst, Dan Poole, Pat O ' Hal oran, | Dresi- dent b i i • . . hey, watch it . . my specimen . . . C( J - ; o, -i c I o g y c lub that ' s my lunch ... or shall we say . . . hey, watch it that ' s can ' t tell you members without a dissecting tool . . . once again active under the leadership of Pat O ' Halloran alpha epsilon delta . . . requirements for admission . . . scalpel . . . drill . . . suture ... all the future doctors . . . dentists . . . nurses . . . even morticians to be . . . head medicine man was Tom See a.e.d. . . . first row (I to r) . . . Bill Eddel- man, Tom See, president, Mark Nicklonovich, Louis Hutchison, Eugene Choy . . . second row . . . J. B. Harris, Francine Mannix, Dr. Jones, advisor, Janice Hinds, Carol Stever, Pe Pemberton, Clyde Sabala ' enny 15 A.L-5957 . . . Linda Bergln queen . . . aggie r odeo officers . . . (I to r) . . . Jim McCormicIc, historian; Betty Chism, treasurer; Lester Sweeney, president; Pat Reynolds, secretary; Ron Lynch, vice president aggie c lub . . . best dance on the hill . . . the " sodbusters ball " . . . they put on a mighty good rodeo . . . for further information turn to the activities section . . . mighty good looking new home for the aggie majors . . . makes you want to change your major . . . Lester Sweeney played the role of leader . . . first row . . . |l to r) . . . Stan Gonsales, Larry Lovett, Jack Ridley, Roberta Norvelle, Lester Sweeney, Beth Boyd, Bob Ferraro . . . second row . . . Bill Jones, Jack Pursel, Kay Henderson, Roberta Lider, Joan Hulbert, Nancy Vogt . . . third row . . . Jim McCormick, Pat Coffin, Betty Chism, Ellen Johnston, Brenda Higley, Jill Hulbert, Bob Han- sen . . . fourth row . . . Mike Mansfield, Dave Nyquist, Fred Carlson, Ron Lynch, Leroy Arrascada, Vern Pursel, Mike Connors, Roger Mills, Cecil dinger . . . 16 sheepherders . . . first row (I to r) . . . Mickey Richards, Lynn Bingham, Frank Zilkey, Bob Ferraro, Leroy Arrascada, Jerry Cahill . . . second row . . . Fred Carlson, Ed Depaoli, Neil Romero, Jack Manhire . . . third row . . . John Madariaga, Harry Hansen, Dick Deleissegues, Lois Baum, Lester Sweeney, Dave Nyquist, Lance sheepherders . . . not too many meetings tions for membership are even have to own a sheep! but they really do like their pictures in yearbook . you have to be there when the picture is taken qualifica- you don ' t j mm ; ■% . ■ ' - - ■h SBV ' .aHH M Z$f - . . . . looks like Jerry Evans . . . right hon- orable sheep camp tender . . . don ' t recognize the kid . . . officers . . . (I to r) . . . Scratch Arra- scada, right honorable sheep shearer, Vern Pursell, grand high ram, Lester Sweeney, right worthy lamber 17 diplomatic, isn ' t he? debate . . . first row (I to r) . . . Dick Bryan, Dick Jones, Jim Santini, Norm Scoggins . . . second row . . . Tom Herman, Mack Fry, Kathy Tumi- naro, Pat Reynolds, John Bennetts, Dan Sobrio, Jack Christensen, Allen Ross . . . third row . . . Dr. Griffin, Larry Melcher, Virgil Bucchianeri, Don Schulz . . . still living in skunk hollow . . . and still its called " temporary " . . . next year hope to be in new home . . . maybe then Dr. Griffin will clean his desk . . . we ' ll see . . . these are the people you shouldn ' t begin arguments with . . . sigma delta chi . . . upholders of freedom of the press . . . future Hemingways of America . . . the hot shots of the journalism de- partment ... all this and in one group . . . makes you feel like a flunkie, doesn ' t it? . . . 118 sigma delta chi . . . first row (I to r) . . . Steve Dollinger, Buster Sewell, John Sanford, Jack Miles, Jerry Laird, Keiste Janulis, Bob Mount . . . second row . . . A. L. Higgenbotham, Ed Alvarez, Bill Devereaux, Dave Cutler, Dewey Berscheid, Cliff Clay, Bob Brown, Bill Brown ■fc press club . . . first row (I to r) . . . Richard Barsanti, Angie Farros, Karen Knudson, president . . . second row . . . Bob Brown, Keiste Janolis, Nedra Norton, Ramona Booth, Charles Smith, Barbara Marcus, Nora Kellogg, Dr. A. L. Higginbotham . . . third row . . . Jack Penman, Dave Cutler, Karen Gaffney, Dave Hansen, Cindy Black, Royce Feour, Elizabeth Queener, David Powell, Bob Cane, Owen Vaught press club . . . these are the journalism students who ' ve made it through two years ... led by Karen Knudson phi alpha theta . . . these are the history majors . . . b average ... at least I 3 hours of history that ' s a lot of pages to read . . . presiding this year was Frank Clawson ... phi alpha theta officers . . . (I to r) . . . Suzie Kuypers, vice president, Frank Clawson, president, Marilyn Feathers, secretary -treasurer phi alpha theta . . . first row (I to rj . . . Merle Moss, Wynona Bromley, Barbara Hampton, Marilyn Feathers, Frank Claw- son, president . . . second row . . . Mary Jean Hackwood, Kathy Warner, Suzie Kuypers . . . third row . . . Dr. H. Chase, Dr. R. Elliot, Ben Bingaman, Jerry Fenwick, Don Rasmussen, Bill Eddelman saddle and spurs . . . first row (I to r) . . . Penny Molineux, president, Gail Wooster, Ro- berta Lider . . . second row . . . Kay Karstens, Miss Marjorie Price, advisor, Joan Laidlaw, Beth Boyd saddle and spurs . . . these are the campus horsewomen ... in other words they go horseback riding . . . ten easy lessons and you ' re an equestrian . . . Penny Molineux once more led these riders . . . women ' s recreation association . . . the women athletes . . . out every tuesday for a rough . . . and we mean rough . . . game of volleyball . . . basketball . . .or any good clean cut sport for clean cut people . . . Deanne Munk was the cleanest cut of them all . . . she was their pres . . . ■• a» -|pf «»!■ •- --i M ui team . competition for the varsity women ' s recreation association . . . first row (I to r) . . . Betty Edmonson, Miss Marjorie Price, adviser, Sally Holmes, Rita Woods . . . second row . . . Emmy Hanf, Letticia Sawle, Deanne Munk, president to r) . Wahl, pi mu epsilon . . . first row (I . . Ed Wishort, Eugene Arlen McGee, Dennis Bernotski, Bob Strafton . . . second row . . . Edwin Wagner, Dr. Beesley, Mrs. Faulk, Mickey Moran, Mr. Silberman, Dr. Demers . . . third row . . . David Allen, Robert Rose, Bill Hadley, Bruce Capron, Hans Lindblom, Sam Wauchope, John Trabert, Mrs. Constantino nurses ... a sparkling new pin ... a neat uniform . . . and a brand new building . . . the nurses are off to a good start . . . enthusiastic faculty and a friendly group . . . this school will grow in leaps and bounds ... it can ' t help it with the start it has ... to get it off to a good start this year was Bartis Nordloh, president . . . ' lOt i « iX pi m u epsilon . . . national honorary math society . . . this group works with figures . . . math figures we mean . . . you have to admire them when I couldn ' t even pass 101 . . . Bartis Nordloh . . . president nurses . . . first row (I to r) . . . Marie Haddad, Bartis Nordloh, Helen Gilkey, Ann Thorburn, Dorothy Burton . . . second row . . . Louis Clark, Edna Tracy, Carolyn Swinney, Ida Belle Fred- ericks, Eleanor Roman, Eugenia Choy, Bertha Mack sigma tau . . . first row (I to r) . . . Eugene Wahl, Frank Price, Jerry Williams, Bruce Capron, Gertrude Berg, Prof. Gene Menke, Bob Morrill . . . second row . . . Lester May, Paul Gomez, Leroy Wentz, Arlen McGee, Jim Phalan, Jesse Lopez, John North . . . third row . . . Ben McNair, John Peterman, Hedeen Wallace, Clark Gribben, Ralph Rubenstein, Bill Schroeder . . . fourth row . . . Clay Carleson, Jerry Samstad, Larry Barrett, George Boucher, Dr. Harris, Bruce Jones . . . fifth row . . . Dale Kulm, George Carfield, Ken Oakberg, Carl Fisher, John Brooke sigma t a u . . . creme of the engineering crop . . . head slide rulers . . . this is what ' s known as a snap course . . . just ask John North, president . . . ever take a look at that curriculum . . . makes you feel like majoring in something else . . . more power to your group . . . sigma tau officers . . . (I to r) . . . John North, president, Larry Barrett, Jerry Williams, Jerry Samstad, Bill Schroeder, Bruce Jones, Prof. Menke 122 ll officers . . . Bill Freeman, senator, Bob Schenk, secretary, Lester May, president, Bob Neuschafer, treasurer, Dave Mathews, vice president cruc . . . miners tomorrow . . . hermits today . . . i guess i would go into seclusion if i had that schedule . . . print their own magazine and all . . . better watch it . . . that ' s competition . . . mighty enthusiastic group this year under the leadership of Lester May . . . the students of the Maclcay School of Mines are extremely sorry to lose, this year, through retirement, Professor William J. Smyth, after 33 years of service to the university . . . Professor Smyth ' s association at the university began with enrollment in 1909 ... a few of the high lights of his career . . . varsity basket- ball team, gold medal scholar at u of n, charter member of sigma nu „ . . graduated in 1914 . . . began teaching at nevada in 1925 . . . long time advisor of Crucible club . . . engineer of mines degree . . . 1927 . . . above all, he has been a longtime friend and benefactor to the students, in many ways not recorded, but which will be always remembered by the hundreds of school of mines gradu- ates scattered throughout the world . . . first row (I to r) . . . Don Schuyler, Art Lopez, Dale Fraser, Pat Jennings, Paul Skinner . second row . . . H. Nelson, George Stathis, John Burleson, Bob Rommel, Bruce Lee, Lester May, Dave Mothers . . . third row . . . W. Smyth, Bob Collagan, Wally Fassler, Dave Crosset. Charles Young, Dick Corbaley, Mike Cleary . . . fourth row . . . Prof. Lintz, Bruce Jones, Wayne Jones. Karl Franz, Bill Dubolse, Dean Scheid . . . fifth row . . . George Corfield, Prof. Kersten, Prof. Larson Bob Schenk. Jay Santos, Donn Blake 123 first row (I to r) . . . Bob Stratton, Joe Crook, Tom Koizumi, Cynthia Slater, Peggy Meyer, Bill Stone . . . sec- ond row . . . M. Deming, R. Morris, Jim Hale, Judith Grafton, Don Spath, Don Sullivan, Tom Lambert . . . third row . . . R. Rygg, H. Seim, K. Kemp, L Williams chemistry club . . . gee ... I wish I had a bunsen burner of my own . . . and I wish I had what it takes to join this group . . . turn off the bubble machine . . . look! ... I made a poison gas . . . cough . . . chief chemist for the group was Bob Stratton think it will work? . . . 124 officers . . . Bob Stratton, president, Jim Hale, vice president, Tom Koizumi, treasurer . . . . . . gosh i ' m glad that someone invented the slide rule . . . officers . . . (I to r) . . . Larry Barrett, president, Newton Grout, secretary, Clark Gribben, vice- president, Arnold Arzoian, treasurer m - - — » - k C I V il engineers . . . they spend their time building buildings . . . future golden gate bridge builders . . . maybe more . . . wouldn ' t it be nice to have all that free time . . . grab your transit and join ' em ... if you can . . . chief plum bob carrier was Larry Barrett . . . first row (I to r) . . . Yvonne Erb, Eugene Wahl, Robert Keeling, Newton Grout, James Thornton, Howard Hyatt, Charles Myerson, Donald Kissig . . . second row . . . Charles Boyer, Warren Poland, John West, Bill Ellison, John Brook, Loren Henderson, Bob Scott, Clark Gribben, Arnold Arzoian . . . third row . . . Prof J. Bonnell, Larry Barrett, president, Murray Gifford, Gary O ' Neill, Dale Kulm, Marvin Lernhart, Harry Erickson, Chuck Evans, Prof. C. Breese, Prof. E. Pfrang mechanical engineers . . . first row (I to r) . . . Jack Diehl. Sid Muck, Jerry Williams, Frank Price, John Nakada, Bill Heil . . . second row . . . George Boucher, John Gisclon, Bill Schroeder, Gene Kiliany, Bill Nixon, Phil Hatch . . . third row . . . Clay Carleson, Bob Herbert, John Petermean, Prof. Harris mechanical engineers . . . future flat tire fixers of America . . . not quite . almost can fix a flat . . . not anyone can be an m.e. this kind of a grease monkey it takes many hours . , several years with a slide rule . . . anyone . to be in fact 26 . ■ ■:■ B B , J r • a 4 O • - ' aP 1 ' 1 1 1 i 1 . . . after seeing this monster . . . i ' m sure i ' ll be a ditch digger . . . . . . humm . . . when i graduate i think i ' ll be a ditch digger . . . hummmmm . . . wonder what i do now? . . ah ah ah . . . don ' t touch that wire electrical engineers . . . the present Thomas Edisons of the university . . . look no kites ... but the sparks still fly . . . these are the people who don ' t want to have their T.V. fixed . . . maybe I should change . . . I guess not . . . don ' t know the difference between a conductor and an insulator . . . leading this stimulating group was Bruce Capron electrical engineers . . . first row (I to r) . . . Bill Hadley, Frank Way, Wally Hedeen, Jesse Lopez, Prof I. Sandorf, Harold Dunkel, Arlen McGee, Jim Hale, Jerry Samstad, Bruce Capron, Sam Wauchope . . . second row . . . Ted Osgood, Max Jones, Bill Vianni, Ron Soule, Bill Walbridge, Jim Phalan, John North, Jack Sorenson. Prof. Menke, Prof. Domingos . . . third row . . . Gary Soule, Bill Henderson, John Trabert, Dennis Bernotski, Hugo Gundelfinger. Paul Gomez i I university singers Mr. Mercado . . . director orchestra ... a fine job for many perform- ances . . . 128 Dr. Macy director university singers . . . first row (I to r) ... Renate Schroeder, Mary Woodiel, Sandy Thompson, Lynn Walsh, Lynne Ross, Trica Hug, Margo Burney, Tony Pimentel, Celia Clayton, Shirley Viette . . . second row . . . Marilyn Feathers, Sue Rauch, Charlotte Sheldon, Thelma Jackson, Brynne Bailey, Marcia Craig, Marie McDonough, Janet Balmain, Ellen Piehl, Carol Crisler . . . third row . . . Edith Rittenhouse, Sharon Willterson, Bill Stratton, Carolyn Minetto, Kay Karstens, Kay Whitalter, Joan Laidlaw, Julia Robertson, Brenda Boscovich . . . fourth row . . . Joe Ellison, Bill Davis, Roger Mills, president, Bob Armstrong, Bill Salas, Henry Rodeen, Jay Evans, Ron Cox, John Griffen, Larry Coff- man . . . fifth row . . . Toni Bastenchury, Bill Campbell, Ted Ripson, Virgil Bucchianeri, Gary Shallenberger, Al McKinnon, Del Dolbier, Roy Ripson, Maurice Petri ore h e s i r a r r 129 university band . . . first row (I to r) . . . Marva Edwards, Janet Olson . . . second row . . . Felton Hickman, June Seyforth, Art Vaughn, Felton Hickman Jr., Byron Oxborrow, Jim Reed, Dean Schank . . . third row . . . Harvey Gordon, Roy Laughton, Paul Swanson, Bob Haines, Theresa Gibson, Ken Dennison, Lynn Bingam, Mickie Minedew, John Gisclon . . . fourth row . . . Frank Hernandez, Alan Ross, president, David Sutz, John Roberts, Jay Evans, Lavern Rosse, Dick Richards . . . fifth row . . . Paul Brown, Del Dolbier, Fred Dugger, Dave Hoy, Phillip Hulse, Bob Stange they add spirit to the university i 1 i0 m v ; - 130 Felton Hickman band director Dean Schank drum major flag girls . . . (I to r) . . . Vangie Kornmayer, Dorthiann Cook, Gayle Furhman, Sigrid Nielson, Jill Stratton majorettes . . . (I to r) . . . Kay Kelly, Janet Olsen, Marva Edwards ■ ,- ■ f ' Suzanne Kuypers . . head yell leader they kept the crowd in spirit keeping the 132 Do n Rasmussen Carol Gardenswar+z Chuck Smith nice job, gals . . • ■. 3 M £ .. ■ , «tti crowds cheering Sue White Mary Eiclcbush . I 1 i ■ • T afc % I 1 1 jf § f i 4 IP V - " ' V- . r — » smPSSSMHMHHHHHHHHI Jane Franklin Margaret Eddelman - iBmHUkI Lynn Walsh 133 : 4: W ■ sports 134 ■ ■ . . . the before the game jitters . . . the funny feeling when it first starts . . . but the joy and ela- tion . . . ' 35 Mike Thompson halfback . . . coach gordie mc eachron helps get the team started on a good year . . . . . . the 1958 season started out a bit slow for the wolf pack . . . after being very closely nosed out in the chico state game by a close 20 to 19, people realized the treat that the team was . . .this was soon followed by nevada ' s first victory in two years over cal aggies . . . the thrills of the arizona state game left both the crowds, the coach and the team wishing that it was just the start of another season rather than the finish . . . thanks to the team the ball was set rolling for possible athletic assistance in the future . . . 136 -1 1 nothing like a good pep talk . . . Dave Adams tackle Bill Rankin fullback Clay Darrow guard Chuck Walker end Tom Whitaker end Ty Tyson fullback r f Don Morone halfback Tom Friberg tackle ■ first row . . . (I to r) , . Riolo . . . second row . Fujii . . . third row . . . T. Friberg, R. Cook, T. Beckett, T. Whitaker, M. Hogan, M. Thompson, C. Quillici, S. Lane, J. Willoughby, B. . . B. Rankin, D. Morone, J. Genasci, H. Davis, J. Nicolini, C. Nevin, O. Sanders, P. Marsh, G. Lundergreen, K. . C. Walker, A. Gerbig, J. Lyon, C. Darrow, R. Atkinson, E. Hamdorf, C. Musser, M. Crawford, D. Hudson Gary Lundergreen halfback Bob Riolo end Mickey Hogan fullback Joe Nickolini guard Charles Musser tackle 37 season: » record nevada 12 24 pepperdine nevada 6 40 idaho state nevada 19 20 chico state nevada 21 13 cat aggies nevada 8 21 san francisco state nevada 14 52 western state nevada 7 26 hu mboldt state nevada 7 sacramento state . . . the spirit behind the games Bill Proven tackle Jim Lyons Bob Brulotte guard Arden Gerbig guard O ' Neil Sanders center 38 Ken Fujii quarterback Mike Lomori fullback Rod Cook fullback Phinney Marsh tackle Howdy Davis center . . . it takes a lot to make a team . . . they come back early to get in shape , , . . . early to bed . . . early to rise . . . work out all day . . . and someone is going to be mighty tired when the sun goes down . . . 9 . . . after all that . . . still there is a lot to remember ... a lot of know how ... as well as show how . . . then we have a team . . . Tom Herman guard John Genasci quarterback Eugene Hamdorf end Ted Beckett, Jr. guard Chub Quiiiici halfback Don Hudson quarterback Steve Lane end Dick Schnepper end Raliegh Atkinson tackle Jim Willoughby !39 end V • " fflPiK? . breaking loose from arizona state tackier . . . Rod Cook heads for the goal . . . . . . Gary Lundergreen tries to shake off chico state tackier on an end sweep . . . . . . Bill Rankin is stopped in the unevenly matched homecoming game against western state . . . ___ _ _ . . . Lundergreen is upended by chico linebacker after catching pass . . . . . . Bill Bowser still trying to get away from chico man . . . . . . Don Morone making a desperate attempt to get to the goal in game against humboldt state . . . . . . Lundergreen and Brulotte slam down western state back as Rankin wheels to intercept him . . . Chuck Walker center John Flynn forward . , . coach Jake Lawior aids George Nelson with some helpful advice . . . another good season for Tom O ' Carrol forward George Nelson gu ard Don Bankofier guard 142 John Legarza guard Bob Lyon forward . . . the wolf pack once again maintained a 7 win and 3 lost conference record this year . . . Nevada ' s 56.2 points per game wasn ' t far behind their total opponents average of 57.4 points . . . the five point loss to chico state was all that stopped the pack from going to the n.c.a.a. nationals ... up to that game . . . chico had been downed four times during the season by the pack ... a good year under coach Jake Lawler . . . wolf pack basketball Frank Kendricks forward Bernie Fumagalll forward foul? Val York guard Chet Wood guard Bob Ferrari guard Dean Sm ith forward 143 . „ . John Legarza struggles f ball with davis player . . . . . . John Flynn breaks through opening in game against c.o.p. 44 . Chuck Walker goes high to control tip for nevada . . . Lagarza gets off jump shot in spite of superior height . . . 1958 seasons record nevada 71 50 eastern oregon nevada 60 32 eastern Oregon nevada 5: 71 college of idaho nevada ±5 55 college of idaho nevada c2 5 " 1 whit-tier college nevada 53 M portland university nevada 52 59 portland university nevada 3: 5 whittier college nevada 3 ' « 45 san francisco state nevada 6 " 52 chico state nevada 51 : = 2 san francisco state nevada 52 c 67 san francisco state nevada M c 5 7 chico state nevada M c 60 chico state nevada c3 5o c. o. p. nevada C4 c 37 cal aggies nevoda M c 43 cal aggies nevada -E 5- santa barbara nevada -: 52 c. o. p. nevada n c 3 5 humboldt state nevada 5 c c 33 humboldt state nevada 5 c c 5 2 sacramento state nevada " c 5 Sacramento state nevada l 5? chico state nevada c = montana state nevada 57 72 montana state c -conference game -holiday tourney . . . nevada ' s fast break pays off with Lagarca scoring two points . . . ice cold lemonade anyone? junior varsity . . . (I to r) . . . Paul Kautz, guard; Gary Sparks, guard; Ronny Sparks, forward; John Kleppe, forward; Jim Murphy guard; Steve Lane, forward; Bob Del Carlo, forward; Bob Perchetti, forward; Ed Allison, forward; Gerald Eggers, center; Stan Smith, center junior varsity basketball . the j.v. s headed by top scoring Vol York with 154 points, managed to divide their games even steven this year bringing the season to a close with a 5-5 record . . . next in line for scoring honors were Jack Wood, Bob Perchetti, and Paul Kautz with 130, 89, and 78 points for the season ... . . . Val York and Paul Kautz move in to stop fernley ' s fast break . . . Bob Perchetti gets off jump shot against lassen college . . . coach Charlton Leonard gives Harry Ericson a helping hand . . . skiing . . . nevada ' s ski team ended the season with a first place conference tie . . . sharing the title was sierra college . . . Diclc Dorworth ' s superior ability managed to win him skimiester honors in all the meets . . . Harry Ericson was unde- feated in the conference cross country . . . captain for the year was Dick Dorworth . . . nevada skiers make last minute adjustments before competing in meet 147 Don Cronin . . . finishing cross country at nevada ' s winter carnival many viewers come to watc I seasons results winter carnival second place tressider memorial first place n.c.i.i. second place vanderbilt cup second place 143 Dick Dorworth downhill, slalom, cross country, jumping Harry Ericson cross country Dave Pruett cross country i f Ja downr; h »vada compete M M Harry Ericson stretches for the finish line going tor the sound barrier . . . if Galileo could only see this lom, jumping Dale Prevost slalom, down hill Tom Trabert slalom, jumping Don Cromn 149 cross country, slalom Bill Short 147 pound division . . . coach Jimmy Olivas shows the sportsmanship which he is noted for . good i n g . . . nevada can well be proud of the fine job of the 1958 boxing team . . . Joe Bliss went to the ncaa finals where he dropped a much disputed split decision with the champion . . . the Short brothers, Bill and Dick made the semi finals at the same meet . . . Carl Looney battled his way to the light heavy weight title in the pci meet . . . just beginning his first year of boxing, Murdock Smith took the novice light heavyweight championship at this years pci meet which nevada hosted . . . 150 Angus McCloud 178 pound division Jim Gardner 156 pound division Jim Sloan 165 pound division . Muli ■ ::■ , ' ' i B ijl pjg i ' „ CJ . John Genasi 178 pound division Dick Short 125 pound division Carl Looney 178 pound division seasons results nevada 2 nevada 3 nevada 4I 2 nevada I nevada 3 nevada 4I 2 nevada 5 6 san jose state 4 chico state 3 ' 2 chico state 6 sacramento state 4 sacramento state 3 ' 2 university of California 2 college of idaho Murdock Smith 178 pound division Dave Hoy 132 pound division ■ Joe Bliss 139 pound division 151 Jim Gardner takes a stiff blow on the ropes Angus McCloud appears to be holding his opponent 152 . . . Joe Bliss giving Melvin Straunt, the ncaa champ, a rough time . . . . . . run, run . be killed . . . . or we II al . . . Dick Short exchanges blows against san jose op- ponent . . . . . . Murdock Smith floors his oppon- ent in championship novice fight . . . who ' s next? 53 . . . coach Jake Lawlor takes a check on his team . . . Jim Gardner catcher Bob Snyder pitcher ' if Bob Ferrari catcher John Miller left field 54 Gary Porter pitcher Lynn Baker first base Tom Whitaker short stop baseball . . . the seasons schedule for the team included chico, humboldt, ,c.o. p., cal aggies, lassen j. c, compton j. c, san jose state . . . the season starred out quite slow until humboldt where there was all sorts of excitement . . . the team dropped two conference games to chico while splitting with humboldt and edging out c.o.p. . . . from the looks of the start of the season . . . things are improving with each game . . . members not pictured are Mike Thompson, Frank Farenkot, Paul Skinner, and Fred Jesser . . . 35 Bill Dubois right field Jerry Tobin second base ' u I i • •v r Roy Kidder pitcher Ed Allison outfield 155 too bad ... it was an out . . . Bob Snyder seen doing some of the fine pitching he did this season . . . 156 Ai mm doesn ' t look like chico states winning streak against nevada can be broken this season keep your eye on first . . . and with the sound of the gun started the 1958 track season and new records set . . . •filled with thrilling moments ... of records broken 158 Berry Cannon 880 Alan Gates pole vault, high hurdles Dick Hughes 880, 440, mile relay Gary Lundergreen javelin Phinney Marsh discus, shot put t r a c k . . . track season got a bit of a delayed start this year because of rain . . . two of the meets were in fact rained out . . . still the nevada team went on to make a fine record . . . they swept past chico with a 72 to 57 win which was soon followed by a 74 to 53 win over san francisco state . . . Harris is holder of two records . . . Dave Sharp is known as one of the best distance runners in the conference as shown by his record so far this year . . . Bill Bowser set an unofficial low hurdles record . . . team did a fine job under direction of coach Dick Dankworth . . . Bob Riolo javelin, shot put George Smith pole vault, low hurdles Mike Lommori discus, javelin, shot put 59 J ' first row (I to rj . . . Berry Cannon, Dave Nyquist, Alan Gates, Richard Hughes, Dave Sharp, Bob Riolo . . . second row . . . Hugh Barnhill, Ted Moore, George Smith, Sid Toleno, Billy Meyers, Lou Hutchison, Bill Bowser . . . third row . . . Dick Dankworth, coach, Dave Harris, Mike Lommori, Phinney Marsh, Tom Sheehan, Phil Hatch, Gary Lundergreen, Bob Perchetti, Bob Burns Louie Hutchison broad jump, high jump, IQO yd. dash, javelin 160 Bob Perchetti 880 Ted Moore broad jump . . . and Sharp won the mile minutes 35.1 seconds . . . . going away in 4 Harris wins again . . . time 15.1 . Phil Hatch shot, discus Bill Meyers mile, two mile Dave Nyquist 880 161 gymnastic team . . . (I to r) . . . Ronald Cox, Don Blake, Dave Harris, Mickey McBride gymnastics . . . participating in many exhibitions led the team all the way from portola to susanville . . . performance at half time during the games kept them busy . . . one of the features of the assemble tour which was most enjoyed . . . Art Broten did a fine job of coaching . . . Ron Cox Bill Zamboni Don Terrel Mickey McBride come on down . . . i ' ll catch ya! Dave Harris LS . . . coach Gordie McEachro helps Murray Gifford develo the right kind of form . . . 9 © If . . . with the season just started the nevada golf team was not off to the best start . . . they chalked up wins over both cal aggies and humboldt. . . but lost to sacramento, chico, portland, san francisco, and their other game to cal aggies . . . still a little ways left to even up the score . . . not pictured with the players are Ralph Rubenstein and Keith Latham . . . me, Wm Pat Lavin Murray Gifford Steve Rucker 64 John Brown . . . coach Bob Laughter helps Lyle Killpaclc get the late season started . . . . tennis ... the tennis team ' s schedule for the year included such teams as chico state, cal aggies, and hum- boldt state . . . these were to all be played as conference games ... the first conference game the team came out with a 3-4 win over chico . . . members of the team not shown are John Borda, Jim Randall, and Pete Evezich ... oh well . . . there ' s always next year and new weather . . . n Ken Gray Bill Salas ' ' iHT " 1 Lyle Killpaclc Ed Petroni 165 seasons results sixth army hearst trophy 930 out of 1000 1 0th south west invitational at el paso . . . . fired 5542 out of 6000 fired 12th national intercollegiate sectional at berkeley . . . 3rd . . . fired 1408 out of 1500 nevada invitational out of 3000 3rd fired 2802 % if! . . . M-Sgt. Day instructing Larry Ged- ney on correct position . . . Larry Ged- ney is president for the year . . . e team . . . after losing all of their last years team through graduation the rifle team still came up v ith a fine record for the season . . . Dan Sobrio took third high in individual aggregate in both the southwest invitational and also the national intercollegiate section matches . . . team also took third place in the state championship n.r.a. winter league known as the sagebrush league . . . John Hunter Bob Oliver Ramon Salcedo rifle team . . . first row (I to r) . . . Ruben Salcedo, John Hunter, Ramos Salcedo, Bob Oliver . . . second row . . . M-Sgt. Day, Larry Gedney, Gary Cameron, Dan Sobrio . . . missing Alan Richardson and assistant rifle coach . . . SFC Jim Coffey Gary Cameron Ruben Salcedo mk Dan Sobrio intramural . . . this hit got him all the way to the bench . . . . . . the coveted kinnear trophy might well depend on just such a game as this . . . . . . every point brings them nearer a win . . . racing around first to make that all important score ... in this case it meant a win . . . . . . not only track meet to encourage compe- tition . . . also the cross country race at the beginning of the year . . . sports . . . strikes don ' t hurt a bit here . . . 169 activities 170 ... a year with each day packed, squeezed, and crowded with activi- ties we loved even . . . afterwards 171 . . . tests . . tests . . tests . . and i don ' t even like tests . . . . . hi frosh . . . it ' s about to begin . . . get set ... do you really think we should buy one of those books? . . . a new year begins will it be " bonehead " or 101? 72 but i want co-ed p. e. $42 for these? . . . and i asked what a railroad ticket was! . . . registration was " fun " . . nothing cold about this icebreaker! . . 1 . not many frosh and sophs showed up . . . don ' t just stand there . . . pass the bucket . . . let ' s paint the V who ' ve you been painting the hill with? " H m 174 % . . . decisions . . . decisions . . . decisions . to choose . . . activities . . . girls, too . so many . . . hard we all say " howdy " hello-on-the-hill committee (I to r) . . . Barbara Heward, Don Bernard, Nancy Petrini, George Allison, Carol Gardenswartz . . . not pictured, Ron Moroni . . . must be witches brew scientific . . . doesn ' t look too 1 queen candidates and Carl (I to r) . . . Carl Shaff, rally committee chairman, Alex Anastassatos, Eleanor Bonnefant, Sayle Fuhrman, Dianne Hayes, Karen Decker I I I I we welcome home the grads homecoming committee (I to r) . . . Carl Shaff, Bill Campbell, Dick Bryan, Bruce Rossman, Carol Crisler, Keith Kellison, George Allison, . -., Deanne Munk, Theresa Gibson, John Madariaga, Dave Harris . . . homecoming chairman Dick Bryan pre- sents the new queen . . . Karen Decker . . . these are the song leaders? f t Celeste Holm sang for the rally . . . . a familiar sight for grads and students both! r another homecoming . . . .after the rally . . . the snake dance through the town . . . never again . . . until next year . . . jr — J . . . skit directors Bill Eddelman Gardenswartz sigma nu . tri-delt Carol . . . winning sorority skit . . " toyland " . . . delta delta delta ' fourth year in a row to walk off with th trophy . . . crowd pleasers at . . . winning sorority float . . . gamma phi beta . . . large trojan horse . . . " trojan salute to the alums ' KRACKER PHYLLIS 1PPLECITE SIQW TIME SPM TILL m CffittH CMI5E 178 i QGl 0 " . . . winning fraternity float . . . alpha tau omega took top honors . . . " forge on alums " volcano, no . . . Frolic and parade . . top honors, yes . . . top to . . . winning fraternity skit . . . " once a year day " . . . coveted the trophy for sigma nu . . . . float chairmen . . . Gary Andreas . . . a.t.o. Pat Reynolds . . . gamma phi . . . 179 . . no car . . . {ust horses . ' drive ' em home " . . . . as the theta ' s . . . tri delts king midas " golden touch " . . . gives alums a parade for the alums pi phi ' s god of wine . . . " bacchus alums " . . queen attendants . . . (I to r) . . . Dianne Hayes, Eleanor Bonnefant, Gail Fuhrman, Alex Anastassatos . . . blue key . . . just a little mixed up :ice«Ja 4 ' .?.- : ' - suwaS . . . phi slgs welcome home the grads . . . " an eye for home " . . . . cy . . . all in paper mache " shell sea you alums " . . . as the sigma nu ' s say . . . " alumni, the strength of the u " . . . sets the theme tor the lambda chi ' s . . . . . . theta chi ' s say hello . . . with " ahoy alums ' . . . entered for sigma alpha epsilon . . . " the face that launched 1000 grads " . . . y ' a-- " iT 18 1 . . • theta chi ' s kill Elvis Presley in their skit " love me tender " . . . . . • " horse manure and gunsmoke " . . . lambda chi alpha . . . censored . . . but the thought was still there . . . . . . " red, hot, and blue " ... pi beta phi ' s contribution which depicted the burning of Rome . . . i 1 . . . a.t.o. did a take off of " oklahoma " ... an alum returned to the campus to find it much changed . . . the frolic is at its best . . " oriental teahouse " . . . presented by gamma phi beta . . looks uncomfortable . . . itaasSr .... . . . phi sigma kappa . . magoo goes shopping " . . , take off of " mister , -J V . . . " women, the cause of downfall of men through the ages " . . . theme of sigma alpha epsilon ' s con- tribution to the frolic . . . this is Eve? . . . . . . lincoln hall built their skit around a song entitled " no, no, a thousand times no " . . . Bill Tyson rather stole the lime light . . . for homecoming . . . " fantasy in blue " . . . skit presented by kappa alpha theta . . . sailors and all . . . artemisia-manzanita presented " basin street dream ' y .«- ■■ " V- If i HILL . . . Theresa Mariani . Lorilee Smith 184 the glitter rm Deanne Woodliff . . . adding to the splendor of the eve- ning . . . the escorting of the attendants through the arch of sabers . . . ina s ine of a military ball John Sibbald crowns the new military ball queen . . . Delores Chambers I 185 Sunday at four ... a cordial invitation is offered to you . . . the university of nevada offered once again for the enjoyment of all the third annual series of Sunday at four . . . the series featured presentations in concerts, recitals, drama, art, readings and lectures . . . parti- cipants were members of the faculty, students, and guest person- alities . . . cultural enjoyment for all . . . 86 th m e s s i a h . . . the lights are dimmed ... a hush falls over the audience . . . hundreds of people are once again awed at the strains of the beautiful messiah . . . the christmas spirit is given to all as the symphonic choir and orchestra give a beautiful performance . . . 87 ■ . . . dinner for the lambda chi ' s and their dates . . . . . . a.w.s. goes christmas caroling at the hospitals . . . -« 2S . . . it ' s not christmas unless you have a pretty tree . . . christmas activities 188 . . . s.a.e. ' s share dinner with the little people . . . . . . the tri delts have a party . . . egg nog no less . . . . . . ho ho . . . merry christmas . . big trees . . . little gifts . . . funny santas . . . happy times . . . wonder- ful christmas . . . fun for all i . . . why it ' s santa claus clause? . . . or is it a phinnie . . . a time for fraternity serenades . . . ... pi phi ' s and theta ' s chat at their christ- | go mas formal . . . u i , 0 1 " r . . . Jim Joyce edited the paper . . . Nedra Norton assisted . . . soon they were pinned . . . how ' s that for assistance . . . guess we ' ll switch to the sagebrush staff . . . next to undertake the duties of editor . . . Dewey Bersheid . . . brought with him glossy print paper . . . also secret wish that he ' d taken typing . . . sage b r u s h . . . extra issues . . . interesting editorials . . . controversial columns deadlines . . . deadlines . . . then comes Friday and it comes out . . . . . couple of editors this year . . . must have been a rough year . . . good paper . . . . . . who cares about literary quality . . . we need the ads! . . . pinching the pennies for the year was Jim DePriest, business man- ager . . . . . and deadlines . . . then we begin all over . . rough year or not » .. 90 sagebrush staff . . . wishing to keep circula- tion up George Mross continued to write and people continued to get upset with his column . . . author of Kellogg ' s Krispies, Nora, came out of the journalism department to give the gossip column a whirl . . . assisting Dewey the second semester was Dave Lowe . . . brushfire staff Mergen (I to r) . . . Ron Moroni, Don Greenfield, David Lowe, Ri+a Maness, George Mross, Barney b r u s hn r e . . . the campus literary magazine . . . enough censoring and there ' ll be no book ... oh well . . . just keep on writing . . . hum . . . unique setting for meetings . . . George Mross and Dave Lowe were the chief literary geniuses . . . George Mross one of the co-editors of this years campus magazine . . . Dave Lowe . . . doing his part to see everyone got his copy . of the brushfire . . . not playboy . . . 191 special events . . . looking back on another year there are many things that come very quickly to our minds . . . perhaps it was the rally with the ink spots . . . could be the time you were thrown in the lake by men ' s upper class committee . . . might be the election that you lost . . . but to each of us there are many things that to us were special events of 1958 . . . here are just a few . . . . . . one of the cultural events of the year annual drama . . . . . the coffin and key ' s . . . and we welcome a new a.w.s. president . . . interfraternity council worked hard together clearing up one of the university problems . . . nope it wasn ' t posed ■ ■ -. ) . . . a.w.s. fash activities of the on show one of the many women students . . . . . . getting the deluxe tour of the university . . . one of many tours given to the high schools . . . ■ . — m.. IK I |pi J Pfc ■ . - 1 JJL 4 I jji j ' r ik iBHiH the hill . . . before the crowds . . . it ' s winter carnival already 194 winter carnival committee first row . . . (I to r) . . . Deanna Munk, Carol Crisler, Barbara Heward, Craig Bell, Pat Reynolds, Marie McDonough . . . second row . . . Jim Santini, John Madariaga, Cathy Zimmerman, Bob Autry, Lynn Bingham, Bob Morrill, Mike Dewees, Jan McDonald, Wuanita Combs, Bob Brown, Barbara Swart, Judy Silcora Teddy Lydeclcer . . . chico state . winter carnival queen . . . . . . from many, many hours of this . . . then at last came . . . delta delta delta ' s ' warm up skiers " th th ese were the winners sigma nu ' s share remember " ' a winter to . . . paul bunyan and babe and the " winter of the blue snow " . . . just up in the neck of time for the a.t.o. ' s . . . . . a valentine for winter carnival ' old fashion passion " . . . theta ' s gamma phi ' s celebrate winter carnival right with an " old fashioned winter " . . . . . . lambda chi alpha . . . brings back " memories of winter " . . . . . . theta chi ' s move out the sled . . . and " grandpa goes a court ' n " . . . 196 the decorations made the carnival complete i , . . . the " tyrannosaurus wrex " of the phi sig ' s . . . i ' d hate to meet one of these on the bunny hill . . . . . pi phi ' s " take em for an old fashioned ride ' . . hauling in the snow was great . . . . . . " s ' no winter lilc an ol ' winter . ing of cutting the time close . . . . say the s.a.e. ' s . . . speak- 97 ,.. . . Dick Dorworth accepts congratulations and the skimiester award from Governor Russell . . . then we all went: to the hill 198 . . . time out from the slopes for these nevada skiers . Nicora . . . Don Cronin . . . Dick Dorworth . . . Jack Bosta Tor . . . Harry Erickson . . . winner of the cross-country ... as he works his way along the course . . . unusual? . . . and she isn ' t even on skis its a long way down sit tight, coach % women ' s ski team . . . Bob Autry, coach . . . Fran Beer Ann Tonini . . . Cathy Zimmerman . . . Gay Brennan McDonald . . .Gayle Hall i I c p ... a couple of clowns help to raise money for world university service carnival . . . booths from all kinds of campus organizations . . . most money made by the lambda chi ' s ... a very worthy event put of the students . . . it s w. u. s. carnival time two clowns dancing . . . one left . . . w.u.s. carnival committee ... (I to r) . . . Larry Coleman, Pat Dunn, Bill Keith, chairman, Lynne Ross ph . . you know ... I really think he wants to dunk that pi . . . phi sig ' s came through to take the trophy for best booth . . . some people just watch of the carnival . . . others participate . . . but all come for the fun 20 . . . the wazir of police . . . Gary Shallen- berger . . . and his wife lalume . . . Carole Stever . . . . . . lovers of the play . . . John Madariaga and Gaye Lane . . . play hajj ' s daughter and the caliph . . . here with the hajj . . . . . . the second annual musical again was a huge success . . . thanks to the long hours of people like director Asher Wilson . . . the campus players . . . the university singers . . . many students from the campus . . . long long hours once again gave the viewers a fine show . . . both a credit to the director, the cast, and the university . . . . . . Jim DePriest does an excellent job as male lead . . . hajj . . . a grand production of kismet ... a fine round of applause thanks the cast of Z kismet for a wonderful performance . . . . . . Delores Watson reigns as junior prom queen . . . U6P A lots of people turn out for the junior prom . . . Dale Prevost is chosen juni- or prom king . . . a southern flavored junior prom . . . the smell of mint julips and the flavor of a good time added to the junior prom of the year . . . the hard work of the junior class committee brought about a fine dance . . . reigning over the evenings affair was queen and king . . . Delores Watson and Dale Provost . . . . . . junior class president . . . Mac Fry and his date .yes! it was a good time . . . . . . bands . . . coffee (that ' s a hot one) singing and soon we have . . . a parade for Morrill . . . flares . . . microphones . . . the works . . . ... a street dance no less . . election times ... an election to beat all elections . . . campaigning was keen . brand new cars . . . parades . . . and always the endless cycle of speechti . . the campus takes on the air of poster board and paint . . . 204 . . . and when it was over ... we all partied 3 re hectic times xeener yet were the candidates . . . motor cycles . . . boat rides j speeches, speeches . . . this was an election . . . this was spirit . . . a pun on the opposition is used by the tau ' s . . . . what extremes they went to to get the vote . . . and they did . . . close to a thousand voted . . . 205 look! monkeys ... no tree . . . . yep . . . and next week they were pinned . . . the costume dances 206 get your hand off my knee . . howdie why it ' s wyatt erp obviously fhey are chanting an Indian song . . the guys sure are paying attention cut it out . . . you ' re breaking my arm 2Q7 black . . . sigma nu Bob Sillery crowns Lynne Ross of delta delta delta of the black-foot-white-foot . . . now princess . . . ugh ... as said by half, armed indian . . . humm . . . the Indians are getting taller A 208 . . . reluctantly the tau ' s once again give the snakes the coveted trophy for attendance . . . this is the Virginia reel? f o o t white foot dance this is a new tribe to me . . . . isn ' t that nice coca cola you living doll . . . no more fire water for you, chief 209 the aggie rodeo has changed a bit since 1924. 15 a rooti n 210 -i ' { - I ..$- — w— - mmm K$ ' r • ■ n»i wrt i . ..- - i(rf this little piggie went to market . . . the odds are against him . the pig is winning . . . but i think reigning as aggie rodeo queen . . . Linda Bergen . nope ... he didn ' t last long . . . . . the one on top looks scared . . her . . . the burrow had mange . i don ' t blame tooti n rodeo - - » lalcing the rodeo complete . . . the clowns 211 m mackay day queen attendants . . . [I to r) . . . Gaye Lane, JoAnn Rogero, Elaine Zeitlemann, Sharon Johnson a mackay day that ' s tops mackay day queen . . . Mary Carol Jackson . . . talks to president Wood . . . 1 » ' " « " . k Kr ti, iir v»3 Bub Whalen does a fine job as mackay day committee chairman . . . 212 a lawn party ... or at least the remains . . -M - , ! ... a well attended event . . . t m . . . volleyball kept the afternoon going with the help of the refreshments . . . a lawn party in the afternoon ... a tradition to go along with maclcay day. . . the sae and ato lawn party • : F5H5 213 a portion of spectators . . . ready to spectate 214 . . the obstacle part of the race was the people ... a new mode of transportation . now here ' s a fast girl e race roaring romanc e " . . . typified by the women of artemisia-manzanita . . . phi sig ' s band ... a big hi even when it ' s not for competition . . . . coming thru once again . the sundowners . . . gamma phi beta ' s . . . " salute to the band leaders " th the tri delts say . . . " dream awhile " 216 ... " a Stephen foster memorial " . . . presented by theta chi ' s . . . . . . sorry . . . the camera broke just now . . . but the pi beta phi ' s belong here . . . they did a fine job with their theme . . . " far away places " . . . A ' book " lambda chi ' s give us a peek into their . . . " date . . . sigma nu ' s speak only of girls in their girls " . . . l-cs song teams were outstanding ' it ' s strictly for the birds " . . . portrayed by the birds of alpha tau omega . 217 chosen best of the teams " spring fever " . . . brings the trophy once more back to the sigma alpha epsilon house kappa alpha theta . . . bringing home a winner with . . . " southern memories " . v " ' F r fc ib 218 ; V - r I . . . they didn ' t launch any rockets this big . . . but they sure launch- ed a lot of them . . . this is twice as hard as it looks engineers day . . . the 40th annual engineers day ... off with a bang . . . and we mean bang . . . rockets going off all over . . . lights shining without being plugged in . . . jack hammering contests . . . and all sort of interest- ing demonstrations ... a good chance to see just what takes place down in skunk hollow . . . one of the most interesting events of the year . . . amazing thing about this lighter ... it works! . . . ... so that ' s what an engineer looks like! Cynthia Heth . . . editor . . . and i thought i was tired after the first deadline . . . ... the book is finished ... the mistakes that we made are now mistakes in your book ... the deadlines we couldn ' t meet are forgotten in the splendor of sending in the last page . . . the book is now yours to put on a shelf or in a box to gather dust. ... it has given us a home for over a year . . . now it ' s your turn to give it a home . . . a rtem isia Bill Eddelman . . . business manager . . . hum . . . only $3000 in the red . . . Harry Heck . . . assistant business manager 220 . . . there ' s nothing like a dependable photog Lori Labate . . . always willing to help . . . Wynona Bromley, Beth Boyd, Theresa Gibson ... not pictured . . . Wayne Truit, Margaret Eddelman, Don Hudson, Gary Andreas . . . art editor . . . Kay Gadda class section editor . . . Judy Kautz . . . senior histories . . . Irmalee Gray greek section editor . . . Janice Hinds . . index editor . . . Oscar White ..- faculty section editor . . . Diann Coate 222 ... we are about to leave the little world of campus life ... for some it will be a permanent absence ... for others a welcome absence ... the future we can alter as we wish ... the past is merely past ... we can forget what we will . . . but still, we can remember what we want . . . afterwards 223 v 224 advertisements . . . the always loyal backers of the university . . . thanks to them we can picture and write of this year . . . 225 Through more than eight decades of service to the State, the University of Nevada has produced men and women who have distinguished themselves in many fields of endeavor. Their achievements stand as tributes to what this University has given them, both in practical learning and cultural understanding. 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RENO THE SECURITY NATIONAL BANK OF RENO ' A complete Banting Service is available to you at your 100% Reno-Owned and Operated Bank " Member of Federal Reserve 180 West First Street Reno, Nevada 237 Bald win Pianos Hammond Organs Conn Band 1 nstruments EMPORIUM OF MUSIC " EVERYTHING IN MUSIC " Telephone FA 3-3452 214 North Sierra Street Reno, Nevada " THE FAVORITE MEETING PLACE " LITTLE WALDORF RENO, NEVADA Lance - Chuck - Tom - John k furs Phone FA 2-1290 46 West First Street Reno, Nevada Free Delivery Free Delivery HALE ' S DRUG STORES RENO 47 East Second Street Telephone FA 3-43 1 I 100 West Second Street Telephone FA 2-9431 South Virginia Linden Streets Telephone FA 2-6852 801 West Fourth Street Telephone FA 2-6943 601 North Virginia Street Telephone FA 2-9129 SPARKS 820 " B " Street Telephone EL 5-8361 Commercial Views Weddings - Publicity Press - Aerial Views Advertising Photography GENE CHRISTENSEN STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHER FINE PORTRAITS 140 No. Virginia St. Reno, Nevada Phone FA 3-5504 CONGRATULATIONS POWELL ' S DRUG STORE " JF e Are Anxious To Serve You ' 290 CALIFORNIA AVE. Southeast Corner Humboldt Street FA 3-5165 FREE DELIVERY NATIONAL COAL COMPANY 318 Spolane Street Phone FA 3-3191 Reno, Nevada Distributors of Standard Heating Oils 238 v Peier S e« RENO FA 2-4571 ' W «««« B «.,««MlUW Clean Service for Fifty-eight Years " In Reno " Quality Dry Cleaning for Your Campus Togs RENO LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS CASH-AND-CARRY Special Discount — show your Student Body Card Telephone FA 2-9477 205 East Plaza St. PARTS and AUTOMOTIVE ACCESSORIES WILLARD BATTERIES and SEAT COVERS of 635 N. SIERRA STREET • PHONE FA 3-0318 RISSONE ' S Nevada ' s Leading Recappers time to re-tire Gasoline - Oil - Lubrication Hit. U.S. fax. Of. EAST FOURTH ST. Phone FA 29409 FISK TIRES 141 WEST FOURTH ST. Phone FA 3-5422 PLUMBING — HEATING — AIR CONDITIONING Sales - Service (31 SAVAGE SON INC. Telephone FA 3-4193 628 South Virginia Street Reno, Nevada TOM JOYCE ■ Floors Distinctive Floor Coverings Telephone FA 2-3154 285 South Virginia Street Reno, Nevada FISHING • HUNTING • SKIING ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT MI ROSE SPORTING GOODS 132 W. SECOND STREET RENO, NEVADA PHONE FA 3-5717 Reno Frozen Food Lockers 264 South Virginia Reno, Nevada Welsh ' s Bakery, Inc. Baked in Reno Welsh ' s Is Good Bread 239 Best of Luck to the Class • A.S.U.N. BOOK STORE " The Friendly Book Store N e a r e s t the Campus " • Teleph one FA 2-5081 20 East Ninth St. Reno, Nevada SANTA FE HOTEL We Cater to University Banquets and Parties THE BEST IN FRENCH-BASQUE DINNERS 235 Lake Street - Phone FA 3-5682 - Reno, Nevada your kind of sportswear . . . for both men -■ rw and women ) £a fctt Men ' s Shop Women ' s Shop Second and Virginia 42 East First Street Telephone FA 3-4567 St fsr m PIZZERIA - COCKTAIL LOUNGE ESTINAS The Outstanding Pizza Making Establishment in the West. SPAGHETTI RAVIOLI 2800-2810 S. Virginia — Phone FA 3-7239 — Reno, Nevada PHONE FA 3-0397 Formerly CHAS. MclNNIS 31 WEST SECOND STREET PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE ALWAYS 240 WRif m Virginia-Truckee Transit Co. EXPRESS The Quick Way. . . Ship Today it gets there ft TODAY! CHARTERED BUS TOUR SERVICE " FROM RENO TO ANY POINT IN THE WEST " Call Reno Office 1675 Mill St. FA 9-1 147 Carson City Agency 302 S Carson GR 2-3375 Minden Agency Minden Inn Gardnerville 235) Yerington Agency Lyon Hotel Yerington 140 ■ ere ' s the place to buy . . . 1. Fine gift merchandise 2. Greeting cards 3. Social stationery 4. Portable typewriters 5. Office supplies . . . office equipment and furniture • Morrill and Machabee 130 South Center Street - Reno, Nevada Phone FA 2-9967 HOUSE OF 7 to IS WOMEN ' S and JUNIORS ' APPAREL SIZES SEVEN TO FIFTEEN ONLY FORMALS — PARTY DRESSES 110 N. Sierra St., Reno, Nevada Western Florist RENO Inland Chemical Supply RENO Dr. Pliny H. Phillips Dentist 158 North Virginia St. RENO, NEVADA LS. O ' NEAL Day FA 3-1856 Night EL 5-2204 ENTERPRISE ELECTRIC CO. INDUSTRIAL and COMMERCIAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 260 Sunshine Lane — P. O. Box 1488 — Reno, Nevada 241 what — us worry? artemisia staff 242 FINER FURNITURE REASONABLY PRICED 0K£tf, 84fctJSTREEI-SPfcRKS,NEV. " - PHONI 5 8»I4 NORGE - FAMOUS WASHER DRYER HOOVER VACUUM CLEANERS MAYTAG WASHER DRYER DU PONT PAINTS — STANLEY TOOLS BAKERS FURNITURE HARDWARE Oldest and Most Popular Friendly Service Grocery in this Area BAKER ' S THRIFTY FOOD MARKET FRIENDLY SERVICE GROCER Telephone EL 5-8331 922 B STREET SPARKS, NEVADA VISIT THE SPARKS BOWLARIUM AND SAN ' S COCKTAIL LOUNGE LES OPPIO, Manager THE TOGGERY, INC SPARKS SPARKS GREENBRAE DRUG SPARKS 243 J v ££ y utsdv IttWht h ■d? L ' 3o J M JZ sX ' O- L? c ' yl-IUtct " ° V° xijjsS - M U S E.rU.U 9lJ r.,M. 275 H1U Stree Cl .g U 6 ( Y V H 4 JdbkJ)? (Pj Out - C syr fra is Tnfi Qe,p C- 7- J J- t ' - 244 ' 3Z Z dnZuy ff.Q. CL Jfy £h n-- £$£hJ}? 2. U " M r V - r y U. tfa Let ri -- a -y i - , Q£-0M —- t£ L 245 JTr r jander 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 A 44kEC s . JENKINS 246 ■■■ . ' ■ ■ ■ ■■■....-.. 4 " " - . _ . £. - 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 THE CASTLE BUCKET OF BLOOD DELTA SALOON AND CAFE VISITOR ' S BUREAU THE FAMOUS CRYSTAL BAR TOTEM TRADING POST S A Z A R A C 247 EUREKA COUNTY Extends Best Wishes To University of Nevada Students COMPLIMENTS OF Douglas County 248 DOUGLAS COUNTY ADVERTISERS GARDNERVILLE FOOD STORE C. 0. D. GARAGE Chevrolet ' Buick Dealer MARTIN MOTORS Tour Ford Dealer 9 GARDNERVILLE DRUG STORE Prescriptions Vet Suppllies DANBERG MEAT CO. MINDEN DRY GOODS MINDEN COOPERATIVE htm i CREAMERY CO., INC. 249 COMPLIMENTS OF CHURCHILL COUNTY NEVADA ' S LARGEST FARMING DISTRICT BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS R. J. Kolstrup, Chairman Amilio Bell C. B. Stark, Sr. 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 ' 250 EAGLE SERVICE STATION Union Oil Products Wen Bill Beeghley HA 3-3632 Fallon, Nevada FRAZZIHI flUlflU RE W FALLON, NEVADA Central Nevada Home Furnishers Since 1912 MAIN SERVICE STATION One Stop Service You ' ll Appreciate Fallon Nevada THE SPUDNUT SHOP One Mile South On The Truck Route Helen Bill HA 3-2845 Fallon, Nevada KOLHOSS CASH STORE — QUALITY GROCER — Fallon Nevada Best Wishes to the Class 1. H. KENT CO. Supply Fallon and Vicinity with H irdware - - Meats Building Materials Fuel Oils - Farm Implements - Lurr iber FRANK WOODLIFF, Owner TH E WESTERN HOTEL MOTEL " IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN FALLON " MODERN — CONVENIENT AIR COOLED — STEAM HEATED FALLON, NEVADA K. H. TEDFORD Fallon Recapping RUTH ROTS FALLON 251 Congratulations Graduating Seniors SILVER STATE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY A. D. DRUMM OWNER FALLON NEVADA Compliments of MOTOR SUPPLY COMPANY Roy Ned FALLON .... NEVADA FALLON GARAGE, INC SALES CHEVROLET SERVICE 126 E. Center St. Pall on o ZJ c£l g£6n x Of NEVADA Your Home Town Department Store Best Wishes HAWTHORNE BUILDING SUPPLY HAWTHORNE, NEVADA Nelson-Wagner Hardware M. R. WAGNER HARDWARE AND BUILDING SUPPLIES PLUMBING — ELECTRICAL — PAINT Hawthorne Nevada EL CAPITAN CLUB Hawthorne, Nevada Sportsman ' s Headquarters GOOD FOOD 252 TIPPIN APPLIANCE SERVICE and DESERT PROPANE SERVICE " We Sell the Best and Service the Rest " SHELL JOBBER GENERAL ELECTRIC AND MAYTAG APPLIANCES Hawthorne PHIL FERRIS Phone WO 5-3275 BUD TIPPIN HAWTHORNE SHOE SHOP Shoes for the Family HAWTHORNE, NEVADA JOSEPH ' S CASH MARKET HAWTHORNE, NEVADA Woody Chevrolet Co. " Complete Service and Towing " 592 E. Street Hawthorne, Nevada HAWTHORN VARIETY STORE 5c to $1.00 and Up SOUVENIRS FOUNTAIN Hawthorne Nevada 253 Support Your Advertisers They Support You CATTLE FEEDING HAY GRAIN SALES MUNK BROS., 111 Vi FARM CONTRACTING Telephone CR 3-2113 Lo velock, Nevada COFFEE SHOP COCKTAIL LOUNGE GAMING PERSHING HOTEL JERRY LODGE, Manager I block off Highway 40 Phones CRes+wood 3-2606 3-2607 — Lovelock, Nevada Ask for Nevada Beef It ' s the Best When Fed And Finished in Lovelock Valley Best of Everything to Class of ' 58 Compliments of PERSHING COUNTY 254 ■ fl " Toiyabe Supply Company " (General Merchandise) " TOIYABE CLUB " GABBS, NEVADA Best Wishes SHOVELIN SUPPLY, INC. Battle Mountain Nevada AIAZZI CHEVROLET Gates — U. S. Royal De co Your Best Choice CARLIN NEVADA ELY LIGHT AND POWER CO. EAST ELY, NEVADA THOMAS A. SMITH President MIZPAH HOTEL The Bright Spot of Tonopah Tonopah, Nevada Your Half Way Stop Between Reno — Las Vegas WARDLES TONOPAH COLEMAN ' S GROCERY TONOPAH THE STANDARD SLAG CO. GABBS 255 Best Wishes to the University of Nevada • m • Compliments of . . ESMERALDA COUNTY HOME OF FABULOUS GOLDFIELD RICHEST MINING CAMP OF THEM ALL Most complete hanking service in Southern Nevada llLll 5 4 BANK OF NEVADA E S S I 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 Real Estate — Insurance 511 N. Carson St. Carson City, Nev. WILBURS MEN ' S SHOP Popular Brands at Nationally Advertised Prices WILBUR STODIECK 305 N. Carson St. Carson City, Nevada 256 FORD . . . Sales and Service . . . FORD JOHNSTONE MOTOR COMPANY DON R. JOHNSTONE • Telephone 195 47 East Third Street Winnemucca, Nevada CHEVRON GAS STA i N . HAYILAND 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 Wl NNEMUCCA, NEVADA G. M. (Gus) Knezevich Owner CAFE BAR CASINO NORTHERN NEVADA ' S FINEST SONOMA INN WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA Dan Symmes, Co-Owner — Manager Excellent Cuisine in Our Court Lounge and Oval Dining Room Coffee Shop Open 24 Hours Completely Air Conditioned Swimming Pool 257 COMPLIMENTS of ELKO COUNTY HEART of NEVADA ' S CATTLE INDUSTRY 258 A ELKO ENTERPRISES, INC. • COMMERCIAL HOTEL • RANCHINN ELKO, NEVADA On U. S. Highway 40 TRAHERS ELKO Congratulations to the Class of 1958 IN SAN FRANCISCO HOTEL FIELDING JOE SNELSON, Mgr., formerly from Nevada Headquarters for the University of Nevada Dine With Pleasure at J STEAK HOUSE AND COFFEE SHOP Visit th NEVADA LOUNGE JUST OFF UNION SQUARE AT GEARY AND MASON PHONE GA 1-0980 TELETYPE 280 259 GREETINGS TO THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA from STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY Henderson, Nevada INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS SINCE 1 885 HENDERSON TELEPHONE COMPANY Andy Says: It ' s THE FINEST ANDERSON ' S Sweet Cream Ice Cream " The Dessert of the Desert " ANDERSON DAIRY Phone DUdley 4-0777 Las Vegas, Nevada Compliments of CLARK COUNTY NEVADA Vocation and Convention Center of the West 260 REX BELL ' S FRONTIER STYLINGS SPORTSWEAR PHONE DU 4-3144 RENO LAS VEGAS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS A. C. GRANT 209 SOUTH MAIN Las Vegas, Nevada CONGRATULATIONS G raduating Seniors BOULDER CLUB Downtown Los Vegas Nevada FROM EVERYWHERE EVERYBODY STOPS HERE ! LAS VEGAS ' FAVORITE ■ Han esAae Club DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS 261 GOLDEN ' NUGGET, GAMBLING HALL A MARBLE ANP OLD MAHOGANY PALACE KIOHT OUT OF THE 0 MS 1 mm be rC Flay your favorite game ... ROULETTE CRAPS fARO POKER TWENTV-ONE BINfrO WHEEL Of FORTUNE KENO SCOT MACHINE Dine tf " ttu, Nugget Restaurant THREE BARS ENTERTAINMENT WontP Famous All under one roof HI THE ( MILLION DOLLAR GOLDEN NUGGET GAMBLING HALL OOWMTOWN IAS VEGAS 262 f vyowv futwue, - WINNEMUCCA ELKO it LOVELOCK - RENO ft FALLON CARSON CITY -frEUREKA AUSTIN McGILL RUTH r EL Y TONOPAH PIOCHE CALIENTE LAS VEGAS Nevada is growing faster per capita than any state in the nation because more and more people are discovering that Ne- vada presents countless opportunities to those interested in a sound secure future. There is plenty of room for expansion and the state ' s vast storehouse of natural resources has barely been touched. Along with its abundance of natural wealth, Ne- vada has a sound reasonable tax structure which guarantees for residents the oppor- tunity to grow without cumbersome tax burdens prevalent in many of the other states. Nevada ' s liberal inco rporation law is highly attractive and many of the na- tion ' s largest firms have filed necessary documents entitling them to do business in this state. Then too, Nevada has a Free- port law which exempts from taxation per- sonal property in transit through the state while it is stored, assembled or processed. More and more manufacturers find free- port an opportunity to reduce their costs of distribution. There is opportunity aplenty in all phases of Nevada ' s industrial growth — by 1965, the state ' s 1950 population of 160,000 is ex- pected to have doubled. Someone will pro- vide the new services, new trades, new skills and new businesses and industries needed by the fast growing economy — will it be you? Nevada — the one sound state — offers you a good future. Neva t rjlC T Z -l UJJ Kennecott Copper Corporation A Good Neighbor Helping to Build a Better Nevada 263 Quality 264 printing means WITH TWO GREAT PRINTING PROCESSES AT OUR COMMAND WE CAN TURN OUT JOBS USING THE METHOD WHICH IS BEST. FASTEST. AND LOWEST IN COST. WE HAVE A COMPLETE DEPARTMENT DOING LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTING AND ANOTHER COMPLETE DEPARTMENT DOING THE CONVENTIONAL (LETTERPRESS) PRINTING. OUR FACILITIES ARE MOST COMPLETE. LET US PROVE TO YOU WHAT WE CAN DO. SIflfEPfifSS 495 Kietzke Lane, Reno Phone FA 3-5163 265 i n d e x Abbott, Karen 40, 12 Adams, Billy L 30, 50, 52, 82 Adams, David L 136 Adams, Roderick 30 Adamson, Carol A 30, 104 Adler, Sharon K 40, 70 Aimone, Darla J 36, 68 Ainsworth, Meredith J. 40 Alcorn, Albert 30, 74, 96, 115 Allen, David R 121 Allen, Harry A 40, 84, 91 Allingham, David M 40, 78 Allison, Edward E. 40, 52, 82, 146, 155 Allison, George 36, 53, 82, 175, 176 Alvarez, Edward 24, 82, 98, 118 Ames, Evelyn 20, 70, 90, 97 Anastassatos, Alex 40, 66, III, 176, 180 Anastassatos, Maria 24, 50, 55, 58,111 Anastassatos, Spiros 30, 74, 96 Ancho, George 36, 74 Anderson, Donald J 36 Andreas, Gary M 36, 74, 179 Ankers, Richard S. 30, 84, 96, 98 Annand, Fredrick 40, 84, 114 Annett, Norma J. 30, 68 Antonelli, Grace 36, 66 Aramini, Virgil _ 24 Armstrong, Bob , 29 Armstrong, Carol L. 40, 72 Armstrong, Janice 40, 104, 113 Armstrong, Wanda 108 Arnet, Norina 68 Arnold, Nancy 30, 68 Arrascada, LeRoy . 30, 54, 55, 76, 98, 101, 116, 117 Arzoian, Arnold 24 Assuras, Janene 30, 51, 66 Atcheson, Sallie 36, 72, 100, III Atkinson, Raleigh M 137, 139 Autry, Robert L 30, 84, 96, 103, 194, 199 Aylworth, James C. . 36, 50, 80 B Backer, JoAnn I 14 Bailey, Brynne A 40, 70, 129 Bailey, Larry T 40, 84, 91 Bailey, Kathleen 40, 70 Baker, Charles W 115 Baker, Gerald 40, 80 Baker, Lynn 155 Baldini, Anna 40, 70 Baldini, Bill is Manning 43, 104 Balmain, Janet B. _ 36, 29 Bandoni, Mary 40, 104 Bankofier, Donald D 142 Barnett, Lawrence 84 Barnhill, Hugh 36, 84, 91, 96, 160 Barrett, Lawrence 24, 122 Barsanti, Richard 40, 82, 119 Bartlett, David W 84, 91 Bartlett, Fred 24, 99 Bartlett, Gary R 36, 84, 91 Bartolin, Dick 82 Barton, Janet 24, 70, 115 Basta, Jack 84, 96 Bastanchury, Anthony 30, 106, 129 Bastian, Zina P 112 Batchelder, Jack 24, 96 Batchelder, Margaret 30, 100 Baum, Lois I 17 Bearden, Cherryl 40, 104 Beckett, Theodore 137, 139 Beeghly, Janice 40, 70 Beeghly, Sam 24, 74 Beer, Frances M. 36, 70, 199 Beeson, Carol A 30 Bell, Craig 30, 84, 103, 194 Bell, Erman 40 Belli, Marlene 30, 66 Belmont, Cecilia 40 Bengoa, Ann 40, 66, I 14 Bennett, Richard 30 Bennetts, John P. 118 Berg, Gerty 30, 122 Bergin, Linda 36, 70, 116 Bernard, Donald 24, 82, 175 Berney, Margot 104 Bernotski, Dennis 24, 121, 127 Berrum, Theodore R 40, 82 Berry, Jerry 30, 106 Berry, Virginia 40, 76 Berscheid, Dewey 30, 118, 190 Bessent, Arvid L 40, 106 Best, Jean 36, 72 266 Beyer, Vibeke 36, 104 Bingaman, Ben 30, 82, 9r, 119 Bingham, Lynn 39, 57, 76, 91, 117, 130, 194 Black, Cynthia 36, 100, 104, 119 Blake, Jeffery 40, 76 Blake, Donn 123, 162 Blakely, James 36, 53, 84, 91 Bliss, Joe 151, 153 Boden, Gerald 40, 52, 74 Bohall, Daun 30, 74 Bonnefant, Eleanor 40, 68, 176, 180 Booth, Ramona 36, 104, 119 Borda, John 30, 96 Borders, Myram 24, 48, 49, 50, 52, 54, 57, 59, 72, 90, 94, 95 Bortolin, Richard 24, 82, 99 Boscovich, Brenda 40, 70, 129 Bosta, Jack 30, 149, 198 Boucher, George 30, 106, 122, 126 Bowser, William 96, 99, 141, 160, 161 Boyer, Eleanor 40, 72 Boyd, Elizabeth A 36, 66, 110, 116, 120, 221 Boyd, Jack 30, 106 Bradley, Elmo 30, 78 Bradley, Ralph J 36, 76 Bradley, Ron 36, 80 Branch, Shelley 24, 51, 52, 57, 59, 70 Breen, Frances 36, 70, 101 Breen, Peter 36, 76, 91, 101 Bremner, Roger 30, 53, 74, 92 Brennan, Gay 36, 70, 199 Brewer, Patti 40, 66 Brock, Trudy 30, 66, 109 Broderdorf, Ronald 36, 82 Bromley, Wynona 24, 66, 110, 119, 221 Brooke, John 122 Brooks, Marilyn 24, 70 Brown, Carolyn E. 36, 68 Brown, John 36, 84, 165 Brown, Mahlon 40, 74 Brown, Paul L. 130 Brown, Robert 101, 118, 119, 194 Brown, William C I 18 Brulotte, Robert 138, 141 Brumage, Nancy 40, 104 Brunetti, Lawrence 30, 84 Brust, Barbara 40, 104 Bryan, Richard 30, 50, 55, 57, 74, 92, 118, 176 Bucchianeri, Virgil 114, 118, 129 Buchanan, Becky 40, 70 Buck, Judith 36, 66, 109, 184 Buonamici, Deanna 36, 104 Burge, Boyce W 40, 84, 91 Burgess, Barbara 24 Burke, Larry 30, 82 Burleson, John B 123 Burns, Tom A 115 Burns, Robert J 30, 74, 96, 98, 160 Burney, Margo _. 40, 129 Burrous, Clifford 40, 106 Buschke, Thomas 30, 106 Button, Dorothy 1 2 1 Buxton, Lynn 40 Byrne, Robert 30 c Cahill, Jerry | 17 Calhoun, Patricia 40, 104 Callu, Robert 24 Calvin, Kay 30, 72 Cameron, Gary 167 Campbell, Georgamy 40 Campbell, Patti 1 04 Campbell, William 36, 82, 129, 176 Cane, Robert | 19 Cannon, Buddy 1 58. 160 Capron, Bruce 24, 121, 122, 127 Capurro, Marian 30, 68, 90 Capurro, Richard 36, 74 Carano. Marie 30, 68 Cordon, Marietta 41, I 14 Carfield, George 122 Carley, Estelle 36, 104 Carleson, Clayton 30, 122, 126 Carlson, Fred H 36, 53, 76, 101, 116, 117 Carlson, John E 100 Carlson, Sonja _ 36, 72, 100 Carstensen, Roy _ 36, 106, 113 Carter, Trudy 24 Casazza, Joyce 41, 68 Caughlin, Robert 24 Cavallera, Joan 41, 66 Cerfoglio, Joyce I 10 Chambers, Dolores 36, 104, 184 Chambers, Howard 41, 82 Chappelle, Caroline 30, 70 Chism, Betty 108, 116 Choy, Eugene 36, lis Choy, Eugenia 36, 121 Christensen, Kathi 24, 70, 109, 113 Christensen, David - - 30, 76, 113 Chris+ensen, Dix I 12 Chris+ensen, Jack ._ 118 Chris+ensen, James 41, 78 Chris+iansen. Carol . . - 36, 68 Cimijot+i, Margaret . 24 Cirves, Philip 3 I Clarke, Bill 50, 76 Clark, Louis 1 2 I Clark, Pe+e .. .. 31, 106 Clarke, Eugene - 82 Clarke, Willis 3 1 Clawson, Frank - 36, 106, 119 Clay, Cliff 118 Clayson, Clydie 24, 112 Clay+on, Cecilia 41, 110. 113. 129 Cleary, John ...._ 36, 114, 123 Cleary, Mar+ha 41, 72 Clinger, C. C. 116 Clock, Gene 36 Coa+e Marian 36, 66 Coa+e, Diann ! 36, 66, 221 Coa+ney, Richard _ 31, 76 Cobb, Gerald 24, 74, 98 Coffin, Pat 36, 76, 116 Coffman, Larry 129 Coleman. Larry 41, 76, 200 Collagan, Robert 123 Combs, Wuanita .. 3 1 , 50, 5 1 , 53, 55, 68, 90, 194 Comer, Edward 3 1 , 84 Commagere, Jude 41, 104 Complone, Joe —. 114 Condie, Edith 41, 112 Connor, John _ 36 Connors, Mike 84, 116 Cook, Dorthiann 41, 131 Cook, Gary 41, 106 Cook. Rodney E 36, 96, 137, 138, 140 Cooper, Gary W 41, 84, 91 Cooper, Lloyd E 115 Coppin, Ed 41, 74 Corbaley, Richard E 3 1 , 80, 123 Corfield, George Wal+er 123 Corica, Jim 31, 74, 96 Cornu++, Stephen L 41, 106 Cottam, Elmer D 36, 80, 112 Cottam, Grant E 31 Coughlin, Robert J. 98 Count, William H. J 36, 106, 114 Cox, Elizabeth A 41, 104 Cox, Ronald D _ 41, 82, 129, 162 Craig, Marcia 31, 55, 104, 129 Crain, John _ 24, 84 Crandall, Ethel P. 41, 104 Crawford. Michael D 137 Cress, James E 36, 82 Crisler, Carol I 31, 87, 129, 176, 194 Cronin, Donald B 36, 84, 96, 148, 149, 198 Crook, Joseph 124 Crosser, Palph W. 31 Crosset, Dave 123 Crowder. Carrol D 41, 70 Cufflin, Cris 31, 80 Cunningham, Barrie 41 Cunningham, Bonnie 41, 68 Currie, Pa+ 24 Cur+i, Jacquelyn 41, 68 Cutler. Dave ..._. 31, 84, 118, 119 Cutler, Don 65, 80 Daers, Bill 113 Dahl, Carl N 31, 78 Damon, Ernest L 84, 96 Damon, Nancy J 36, 68 Damron, Jack V 41 Darrah, Lee B _ 24 Darrow, Clay 31, 84, 96, 136, 137, Davis, Alan | 06 Davis, Hugh 137, 138 Davis, Robert O 41, 82 Davis, William 41, 129 Dawson, Lawrence 31, 84, 108 Dawson, Marshall M 41, 83 Decker, Karen D 41, 104, 176 Del Carlo, Robert G. 146 Deleissegues, Dick 31, 50, 52, 57, 65, 76, 92, 117 Dennison, Kenneth H 130 Depaoli, Edwin I |7 De Priest, James E 24, 54, 109, 190, 202 De++ling, Diane A.. _ 114 Devereaux, William J I 18 Devine, Cliff 31, 84 Dewees, Michael 24, 52, 84, 109, 194 Diehl. Jack _ 126 DiGrazia, Peter M 41, 74, 91 Dobson, Doug 31, 83 Dolan, William D. 36, I 14 Dolbier, Delmar H 129, 130 Dollinger, Stephen 24, 50, 55, 61, 83, 92. 93, 99, 118 Donathan, Frank E. 36, 84 Donovan, William M 41 Dorworth, Richard 36, 84, 148, 198 Doughty, Thomas L 41, 84 Douglass, William A - 115 Dow, Richard H 36, 74, 96 Downs, David B 36, 76, 91 Draper, Donald 108, 112 Draper, Stanford 24, 76, 92 Drisdale, Joan L. 36, 68 Driver, Delbert W 37, 74, 96 Driver, Versiellen Eberle 37, 56, 57 Du Bois, Francis E. 123 Duboise, Bill 123, 155 Duffy, Maureen I 14 Dugger, Frederick H - 130 Dumble, Joanne D _ 37, 72 Dunkel, Harold 24, 50, 127 Dunn, Palricia 31, 66, III, 200 Durkee, Vernon 24, 74, 99 Ebeltoft, William S 41, 106 Echeverria, Benny 37, 106 Eddelman, Margaret 41, 66, 100, 109, III, 133 Eddelman, William 24, 52, 54, 58, 65, 84, 92, 93, 95, 109, 112, 115, 119, 178, 220 Edwards, Marva 24, 64, 66, 90, 110, III, 130, 131 Edwards, Nancy L 41, 66 Eggers, Gerald O. 83, 146 Egyud, Louis J 41, 80 Eickbush, Mary L 41, 133 Ellison, Joseph W 24, 80, 129 Elquist, Alan K 41, 74 Emanuel, Ken I 14 Emery, Martha M 41, 72 Erb, Yvonne J , 31 Erickson, Harry 147, 148, 149, 198 Eriksen, Peggy L 41, 66 Ernst, Suzanne 24, 69, 90, 109 Etchebarron, Joyce 31, 68 Evans, Jay G. 112, 129, 130 Evans, Jerry I 17 Evans, Ted _ 31, 83 Evezich, Peter E 31, 106 Fabbi, Brent 84 Fabbi, Bruce 31, 38, 84, 96 Faqg, Reeve T 37, 76 Fairchild, Bonnie B 41, 70, 101 Farni, Jim 25 Farros, Angeline 25, 60, 66, 100, III, 119 Fassler, Walfred J 123 Fast, James 25, 99 Feathers, David G 41, 106, 112 Feathers, Marilyn 25, 104, 112, 119, 129 Fenwick, Jerry 25, 95, 119 Feour, Royce 41, 119 Ferman, Gayle 131, 176 Ferrari, Robert 25, 60, 84, 96, 98, 143, 154 Ferrari, Marilyn 38, 72 Ferraro, Robert 25, 54, 60, 84, 93, 101, 116, 117 Ferrell, Stan 3 1 Fevario, Joe I 14 Fields, Roy 41, 78 Fisher, Carl E 122 Fitzgerald, Patricia L. 41, 104 Flynn, John D. 142, 144 Fordham, Patricia A 41, 66 Forsythe, Olivia M. 37, 49, 69 Forwood, Joyce E 41, 69 Foskett, Sally 41, 49, 100 Foster, Edward 3 1 , 78 Foster, Gary 32 Foster, Raymond B. 37 Foster, Sandra J 41, 104 Franklin, Jane 41, 72, 133 Frantzen, Larry _ 32, 106 Franz, Karl 32, 80, 123 Fraser, Dale 25, 123 Fredericks, Ida 41, 104, 121 Freeburne, Marjorie 25 Freeman, Nina 39, 104 Freeman, William 25, 50, 123 Freitag, Elsa 37 Friberg, Christina 52, 90, 104, 115 Friberg, Thomas | 37 Frost, Thomas 37, 80 Fry. Leslie 32, 53, 74, 92, I 18, ' 203 Fuhrman, David 37 Fuhrman, Gail 42, 72, 180 Fujii, Ken 25, 96, 99, 137, 138 Fulkerson, Charles 25, 80, 99, 102 Fu mag a Hi, Bernard _ |43 Gadda, Kay 42, 72, 221 Gaffney, Karen 37, ||9 267 Galeppi, Barbara 37, 68, I 14 Gandee, Judy 42, 72 Gann, Paula S. 37, 104 Garcia, Buddy J 37, 84 Garcia, Donovan 42 Gardenswartz, Carol 32, 51, 56, 66, 109, 132, 175, 178 Gardner, James N 86, 96, 150, 152, 154 Garner, Harr y W 32, 99, 106 Gates, Alan 158 Gearing, Joyce 110, III Gedney, Larry D 166, 167 Gehrt, David D 106 Genasci, John E 42, 74, 137, 139, 151 Gerbig, Arden 137, 138 Gibson, Christina 37, 66 Gibson, Mary Theresa 25, 49, 66, 110, III, 130, 176, 221 Gifford, Murray A 42, 84, 164 Giikey, Helen 121 Gisclon, John M 37, 76, 101, 126, 130 Godwin, Lorraine I 15 Gomez, Paul 122, 127 Gonsalves, Stanley R I 16 Gordon, Harvey M „ 79, 130 Gott, Ronald W _ 32, 84 Grafton, Judith A 112, 124 Gray, Irmalee A .......7 ... 37, 67, 221 Gray, Kenneth D 42, 84, 165 Greathouse, James C. 37, 83 Greenfield, Don H 42, 78, 190 Greer, Arthur E 42 Gribben, John Clark 122 Griffen, John 42, 74, 129 Grout, Newton 25 Guffey, Joseph D. 42, 74 Guild, Diane E 108 Gundelfinger, Hugo E 127 H Haaser, Linda 42 Hackwood, Mary Jean 26, 67, III, 119 Haddad, Marie 121 Hadley, William Henry 26, 121, 127 Haegerty, Don 42 Haines, Robert N. 130 Hale, Clarence _ 26 Hale, James R 26, 106, 124, 127 Hale, Lola B. 37 Hale, Susan V 42, 69 Hall, Carolyn 32, 67 Hall, Gayle A 37, 199 Hall, Marilyn I 37, 72 Hamdorf, Eugene A 137, 139 Hamilton, Patricia S 37 Hampton, Barbara 32, 119 Hanf, Emmy 37, 68, 69, 120 Hansen, David W. 37, 79, 112, 119 Hansen, Harold 26. 50, 84, 117 Hansen, Nancy 37, 67, 110, III, 113 Hanson, Robert A 116 Hardester, William T 83, 98 Hardy, Carol 32, 112 Hare, Don 32, 76 Hargett, Novella 37, 104, 110 Harris, David 32, 74, 96, 162, 163, 160, 161, 176 Harris, John B 115 Harris, Katherine G 42, 104 Harris, Kress 37, 55, 114 Harris, Tom 32, 85, 96, 99 Harstad, Jim 42, 85 Hart, James Lee 26, 74, 92, 93 Hartman, Marge . 37, 104 Harvey, Gordon j 26 Hatch, Phillip L _.„ 126, 160, 161 Hatcher, Jayne 108 Haug, Phillip R 37, 106 Hauser, Robert 26, 85 Hayes, Dianne 176, 180 Heagerty, Dan 85 Heber, Phil 114 Heck, Harry 32, 74, 220 Hedeen, Wallace 122, 127 Heehs, Nancy 32, 100 Heehs, Patricia 26, 97 Heil, William M 126 Hemphill, Robert 26, 50, 55, 57, 65, 79, 92, 100 Henderson, Katherine 42, 104, 116 Henderson, William F 127 Herbert, Robert David 26, 106, 126 Herman, Tom 37, 85, 113, 118, 139 Hernandez, Frank 1 30 Hernandez, Paul 37 Hershberger, Horace M 109 Hesse, John P 42 Hesse, Sandra J. .. 37, 72 Heth, Cynthia 26, 49, 52, 54, 67. 100, 110, 113, 222 Heward, Barbara 37, 49, 50, 56, 57, 175, 104 Heward, Jack 42 Heward, John H 85 Hickman, Felton 130 Hicks, Selda Kay 37, 72 Higley, Brenda 42, 116 Hinds, Janice L 37, 67, 115, 221 Hines, Ellen 37 Hodge, Harold 26 Hogan, Michael 42, 137 Hogben, Michael _. 37, 106 Holmes, Sally Josephine 32, 67, 97, 120 Hopper, Helen 32, 104 Houx, Steele C 26, 50, 83, 109 Howard Myrna 37, 72 Howell, Dorothy 42, 69 Howell, Eugene 42, 85 Hoy, David 37, 74, 130, 151 Hudson, Donald 137, 139 Huffey, Paul 74, 91 Hug, Patricia 42, 67, III, 112, 129 Hughes, Richard 32, 74, 96, 158, 160 Hulbert, Jill 42, 104, 116 Hulbert, Joan 42, 104, 116 Hulse. Daniel 26, 93 Hulse, Philip 1 30 Hunter, John 166, 167 Hussey, James 26, 99, 112 Hutchison, Louis „ 26, 96, 115, 160 I Ishii, Funiko 42 Isola, Diana 42, 67 Ivers, Ginger _ 37, 57, 67, III J Jackson, Mary Carol 26, 57, 59. 64, 66 90 Jackson, Robert 37, 106 Jackson, Thelma 129 Jeffers, Robert _... 26 Jennings, George 123 Jesser, Fred 26, 96, 114 Johnson, Martin 26, 96, 99 Johnson, Sharon 26, 55, 100 Johnston, Ellen 42, 116 Jonasen, Frederick 32, 80 Jones, Ann 32, 67 Jones, Bruce 118, 122, 123 Jones, Charles 42, 74 Jones, Honor ... 32 Jones, Marie 26, 95 Jones, Max 32, 127 Jones, Paul 42, 80 Jones, Ronald 32, 112 Jones, Wayne 123 Jones, William r I 16 Joseph, Roger 37 Joyce, James 32, 74, 190 Jung, Donald 26 K Karstens, Kathleen 32, 55, 67, 100, III, 112, 120, 129 Kasunic, George 37 Kautz, Judy 32, 67, 221 Kautz, Paul 42, 74, 146 Kearney, Lawrence 42, 83 Kearney, Bill . 32, 65, 82, 98 Keegan, Tom 32 Keeling, Robert _ 26 Kees, James 32 Keith, William 32, 48, 50, 76, 98, 200 Kellison, Norman 32, 74, 176 Kellogg, Nora 26, 61, 72, 90, 101, 119, 120 Kelly, Kay 37, 72, 131 Kendall, Marius 37, 106 Kendricks, Frank 85, 96, 143 Kerns, Donald 37, 74, 79 Kerr, Nona _ | 10, III Kidder, Roy 32. 74, 96, 155 Kiliany, Eugene 126 Killpack, Lyle _ 1 65 Kingston, Paula 42 Kirrene, Carol 32, 72 Kissig, Donald 32, 83 Kito, Mosa 42, 104, 110 Kitts, Donald ... „ 32, 85, 96 Kivn, Ron 37 Kleppe, John |46 Kline, Dudley 37, 83 Knott, George 32, 99 Knudson, Karen 32, 49, 50, 54, 55, 90 119 Koizumi, Tommy 124 Kornmayer, Evangeline 32, 67, 109, 131 Kottinger, Janie 32, 67 Kramer, Wayne 32, 83 Kreimeyer, Roger 42, 80 Kubler, Carol 37 Kuehnert, Ragnar _ | 13 Kulm. Dale 1 22 Kurtz, Ella Marie 26, 104, 112 Kuypers, Suzanne 26, 52, 55, 57, 61, 72, 90, 100, 109, 112, [_ 119, 132 Labate, Lori 37, 74, 221 LaGarza, John 96, 143, 144 268 Laidlaw, Joan 42. HO, III, 129 Laird, Jerry - - ' l8 Lambert, Thomas _ 32, 124 Lamoreaux, Patricia 32, 67 Landinqham, Richard - — - 33, 83 Lane, Gaye __ 26, 90, 109, 202 Lane, Steve 137, 139, 146 Langhans, Alberta - 26 Lansford, Larry 42, 106 Laporte, James - -- 26, 83 Larson, Gerald - 33 Latham, Richard - - 33, 106 Laughton, Roy - ' 30 Lauritzen, John - 42 Lavery, Kenneth - 42, 74 Lavin, Patricio -.- 33, 50, 79, 164 Lear, Gerald 42, 106 Lee, Bruce _ 33, 80, 123 Leg ana, John - 145 Leonesia, William 42, 85, 91 Lewis, Bobby 26, 50, 60, 65, 74, 92, 99 Lewis, Nancy - 43, 104 Lewis, Patsy 43. 6? Lindblom, Robert 121 Lider, Roberta 43, 104, 116, 120 Lindsay, Joyce - - 26, 67, 110, III Lipparelli, Harry 43, 76 Lojas, Nancy - 43 Lommori, Mike 138, 159, 160 Long, Constance 26, 104, 108 Looney, Carl I 5 I Looney, Walter __ 33, 85 Lopez, Art 33, 106 Lopez, Jesse 26. 122, 123, 127 Lovett, Lawrence 38, 116 Lowe, David 33, 80, 93, 190 Lujan, Barney 38, 76 Luichinger, Thomas 43, 79, 98 Lundergreen, Gary 26, 85, 96, 137, 140, 141, 159, 160 Lutz, David .. . 43, 106 Lyle, Donna 33 Lynch, Ronald 33, 116 Lyon, James 137, 138 Lyon, Robert 143 M McBain, Carol 38, 104, 112 McBride, Mickey 162, 163 McCann, Thomas 38, 83 McClain, Bill .. _.... 33, 50, 76 McClenahan, James 43, 83 McCloud, Angus 150, 152 McCormick, James 43, 85, 116 McDonald, Janis 38, 199 McDonough, Marie 27, 49, 50, 55, 61, 90, 103, 129, 194 McFarlane, Frances 27 McGee, Arlen 27, 106, 121, 122, 127 McGehee. Robert 43, 85 McGowan, Carolyn 39, 72 McGowan, DeAnn 43, 72 McGuire, Theresa 43, 72 McKenna, William 115 McKinnon, Alvin 43, 83, 129 McMahon, Colleen 33, 104 McNabney, Jim 54 McNair, Ben 122 McNally, Jody 38, 67 McVey, Charles 38, 83 Mabry, Claude „ 26 Macdonald, Charles 43, 85, 91 Mack, Bertha 121 Mackie, Melinda 43, 113 Mac Phee, Laura 27, 69 Madariaga, John . 38, 55, 56, 57, 85, 91, 117, 176, 202 Madsen, Richard 80 Madsen, Robert 38 Maffi, Richard 38, 83 Mager, Thomas 27 Maffi, Richard 83 Maness, Rita 38, 104, 190 Manhire, John 33, 76, 98, 117 Mann, Naoma _ 43, | 04 Mannix, Francine 27, 115 Mansfield, Mike I 16 Marcus, Barbara 38, 104, 119 Mariani, Theresa 38, 72, 184 Markovich, Anita 33, 104 Maroni, Ronald 33 Marrs, Len 38, 85, 91 Marsh, Phinnie 33, 74, 96, 137, 138. 159, 160 Marston, Herman 38, 85, 109 Martelle, Ace 27 Martin, Jack 38 Masini, Leo 33 Mason, Allura 27 Mason, Charles 38, 74 Mason, Lillian 43, 72 Mather, Carolyn 38, 69 Matheus, Janet 114 Matheus, Francis Mathews, David 112, Mathiesen, Andrew 38, May, Lester 122, Mayo, Marvin - 99, Mead, Nancy 43, Meder, John 27, Meeker, Mary Megquier, Raymond - 43, Melcher, Larry - Melquist, Russell 33, Menicucci, Bruno 39, Mergen, Bernard 109, Merling, Deana 33, Meyer, Peggy 33, 105, Meyers, Bill 160, Mick el son, Walter Middlebrook, John Midzor, Raymond Miles, Evelyn Miles, Jack Miles, Lynn 43, Millard, David 43, Miller, John C 75, 96, Miller, Leland 43, Miller, Marjorie 38, 100, Mills, Roger 33, 80, 116, Minetto, Carolyn 38, 67, Miolini, Rita 38, Molineux, Penelope 27, 49, 55, 59, 67, 90, 97, 100, Moncrief, Barbara 43, 72, Montesa, John Montgomery, Robert Moon, Walter 38, Moore, Claude Moore, Donald 38, Moore, Kathryn ...._ 43, Moore, Theodore 38, 75, 96, 112, Moran, Michelle Morgan, Diana 43, Moran, Mickey Moran, Robert Morgan, Marjorie 38, Morone, Don 43, 85, 137, Moroni, Ronald 55, 76, 98, 108, Morrill, Robert ... 33, 48, 50, 54, 57, 85, 92, 99, 122, Morris, Billie 43, Morris, Patrick 27, Morton, Mary 38, Moss, Merle Mount, Robert 27, Moyle, Jack 27, Mross, George Muck, Sidney 85, 99, Mueller, Charles 28, Mueller, Joan Munk, Deanne 33, 50, 51, 73, 90, 97, 120, 176, Murphy, George 28, Murphy, James 43, 52, 85, Murphy, Verda 43, Musser, Charles 43, 106, Myers, William 38, 106, Myerson, Charles 33, N Nakada, John Necco, Alexander David 28, 57, Nelson, George Nelson, H Nelson, Judith 43, Nelson, Marilyn , 43, 49, Ness, Robert 33 Neuschafer, Robert 38, 76, Nevin, Clarence Nevin, Laura 43, Nicklanovich, Mark Andreu 28, Nicolini, Joe Nicora, Tom Nielsen, Siqrid 43, 69, Nightingale, James Nightingale, Jane Nixon, Bill 79 t Nolte, Helen _ 28, Nordloh, Bartis 43, 1 04, North, John 28, 61, 86, 92, 93, 99, 122, Norton, Nedra 34, 49, 50, 53, 56, 67, 119, Norvelle, Roberta Nye, Fred , 38 Nyquist, David 38, 76, 101, 116, 117, 160, o Oakberg, Ken , 34, 7 , O ' Carrol, Tom O ' Connor, Louann 43 O ' Halloran, Patrick ........... .....1... Oldham, Kathleen Olesen, Edgar 28, 52, 57 79 Oliver, Robert 43, |06, 166, Olsen, Janet |09, III, 130, O ' Malia, William _ 38, 1 06, 114 123 83 123 1 0b 100 7b 27 85 118 85 85 190 104 124 161 33 80 85 69 118 69 76 154 79 105 129 129 69 120 I 14 27 113 75 99 85 105 160 33 69 121 79 105 141 190 194 72 85 73 119 I 18 75 190 126 112 I 12 194 99 146 105 137 114 99 126 86 142 123 67 I 14 76 123 127 69 I 15 137 198 131 34 34 126 67 121 127 190 116 76 161 122 142 67 I 15 43 92 167 131 I 14 269 O ' Neal, Gary 38, 75 Ormsby, Thomas _ 28 Ortiz, Ralph 53 Osgood, Edwin 28 Osgood, Ted _ 127 Osterman, Connie 43, 105, 113 Ottini, Margaret 43, 52 Overholser, Farrel 38, 76 Owen, Iris 38 Oxborrow, Byron 43, 130 Oxborrow, Carolyn 105, 112 Oxborrow, Larry 34, 77, 106 P Pacini, Harry 28 Pagni, Albert 43 Pahor, Diane 38, 67, 109 Palmer, Peter 43, 75 Papei, Joan 38 Parker, Franklin 115 Parkhurst, Noel I 15 Parks, Donald 38, 77 Payne, Grace 38, 105 Payne, Richard 43, 81 Pemberton, Penny 38, 73, 115 Penman, Jack I 19 Pepple, Jarold 34, 75 Perchetti, Robert 43, 86, 146, 160 Perske, Gerald 34 Peterman, John 28, 122, 126 Petersen, Martin 43, 106 Peterson, Lynn 38, 79 Petersen, Susan 43, 67, III Petri, Maurice 129 Petrini, Nancy 38, 67, 110, 114, 175 Petroni, Edward 38, 83, 165 Phalan, James 28, 122, 127 Phillips, Byron 1 06 Piehl, Ellen 129 Pieretti, Dominek ._ 38, 107 Pieretti, Eugene 38, 57, 106 Pimentel, Toni 44, 129 Pinnea, Sue 44, 105 Piper, Ed 34, 78 Piper, Larry , _ 44, 1 07 Plumm, Patricia 44, 67, 114 Poland, Warren 28 Pollard, Cynthia 34, 105, HO, III, 114 Pong, Jack 38, 107 Poal, Danny I |5 Porter, Gary _. 155 Potocnak, Joseph ._ _ 44, 81 Potter, Donald 38, 86, 91 Potter, Patricia 44, 73 Powell, David I 19 Powell, Sandra 44, 1 05 Powell, William 44, 79 Prevost, Dale 34, 86, 149, 203 Price, Glenda 34, 48, 50, 51, 54, 55 Price, Frank 122, 126 Provin, William 38, 86, 113, 138 Pruett, David 86, 148 Prusso, Don 28 Pucci, Virginia 34, 69, 114 Pursel, John 28, 50 Pursel, Jack | |6 Pursel, Vernon 28, 52, 86, 116, 117 Q Queenex, Elizabeth I 19 Quilici, Basil 28 Quilici, Chub 137 139 R Rainey, Carra 38, 69 Ramos, Bonnie 44, 105 Rand, Paul 38 Randall, Edward _ 34, | |4, ||5 Randall, James 107 Raney, Bill _ 44 Rankin, William 136, 137, 140 Rasmussen, Donald 28, 56, 87, 92, 99, 109, 119, 132 Ratliff, Richard 44, 1 07 Rauch, Susan 44 67, 129 Reber, Clark 34, 81, 112 Reed, James 38 ' , ll 130 Reid, Charlyne _ 28, 69 Reid, Kay 34 Reiz, Louis 38, 86 Reynolds, Patricia .... 38, 50, 53, 57, 64, 69, 103, 116, 118, 179, 194 Reynolds, Roy 86 Rhodes, John 38 Rice, Del 34, 75, 99 Richards, Donnell _ 28 Richards, Mickey |{)|, ||7 Richards, Ramson 38, 107 Richards, Richard 34, | 30 Rickert, David 44 75 Ridley, Jack | |6 Rietjens, Ruth K 44, 73 270 Riggen, Clyde 44, 77 Riley, Sally 38, 73 Riolo, Robert. 1 37, 159, 160 Ripley, Richard 38, 75 Ripsom, Roy 129 Ripsom, Theodore | 29 Risley, Curtis 44, 75 Ritlenhouse, Edith 34, III, 129 Rivkin, Jean 38, 105 Robb, Dan 77 Robb, Robert 44, 77 Robbins, Richard 44, 83 Roberts, John 38, 77, 1 30 Robertson, Julia ||2, 129 Robertson, Roger _ 44, 1 07 Rodeen, Henry _ 129 Rogero, JoAnn 28, 51, 52, 59, 64, 68, 90, 100 Roman, Eleanor 44, 105, 114, 121 Romero, Neil | |7 Rommel, Bob _ |23 Roper, Kristin 39, |I5 Rose, Robert 1 2 I Ross, Alan I 1 2, 118, 130 Ross, Lynne 44, 67, III, 112, 129, 200 Rosse, Herman 77 Rosse, Laverne 44, 77, 1 30 Rossman, Bruce 34, 50, 53, 55, 83, 99, 176 Rothschild, Lois 39, 105 Rowntree, Janice _ 34 Ru ark, Barbara 39, 53, 73 Rubenstein, Ralph 28, 96, 99, 122 Rucker, Steve 34, 83, 96, 98, 164 Ruhl, Ruth 28, 52, 105, 114 Reiz, Salvador 28 Rump, Virginia .... 28, 64, 73 Rupley, Charlese 44, 69 Rupley, Ted 44, 77 Rutherford, Paul 39, 96 Ruybalid, Evelyn 28, 105, 110, 114 Rymszewicz, Mieczyslaw Adam 28 Rynecki, Alex 34 79 s Sabala, Clyde 34, 75, ||5 Solas, William 39, 83, 129, 165 Salcedo, Ramon _ _ |£6, 167 Salcedo, Ruben 1 67 Salter, Doug 34, 86 Samon, Judell 39, 86, 91 Samstad, Gerald | 22. 127 Samuels, Nancy 44 69 Sanders, Achable 1 37 Sanders, Nancilyn 44, 69, III Sanders, O ' Neil _ j 33 Sandoval, Silvian 44 81 Sanford, John | |g Santini, James 34, 50, 55, 57, 75, 109, 118, 194 Santos, Jay 123 Sauer, Richard 44 80 Sawle, Leticia 34, 57, 73,120 Sleragia, Barbara 44 73 Schadel, Jay 34 Scheid, Dean 1 23 Schank, Dean 44, 1 07, 130, 131 Schenk, Robert 39, 77 j 23 Schiller, Susan 44 |Q5 Schleifer, Sandra |Q5 Schnepper, Richard 86, 139 Scholes, Robert _ 34 86 Schroeder, Renate |05 129 Schroeder, William 28, 77, 92, 99, 122, 126 Schulz, Donald _ | |g Schuyler, Donald 28 123 Schweis, Nancy 34 Scoggin, Norman _ 83 118 Scott, Robert 34, 50, 57, 80, 100 Scudder, Susan 73 Seabury, Thomas 34 87 See, Thomas 28 99 115 Seeliger, John 34 75 Sestini, Virgil _ 34 | Q7 Sever, Richard 44 75 Sewell, Abner 28, 83, 118 Sewell, Andrea 44 Seyfarth, June 130 Shaff, Carl 50, 56, 176 Shaft, Fred 34 83 Shallenberger, Gary |29 202 Sharp, David 44 | 6 q 161 Sharp, DeArmond 39 77 Sheehan, Thomas 44 75 | o Sheldon, Charlotte 44 67 |29 Sherman, Sally 44 73 short, Bill ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 150 Short, Dick _ ZZZZ ' l 5J 1 53 Sibbald, John 28, 52, 60, 75, 99, 105 Sikora, Judith 34, 50, 55, 100, 105, 194 Sillery, Robert 34 86 Skinner, Paul 123 Skrabak, Tania 39, | Q5, 108 Slater, Cynthia 34, 105, 124 Sloan, James - - 39, 75, 150 Smee, Louise - ■ l05 Smith, Angeline - ----- 34, 90, 104 Smith, Charles - - I 19, 132 Smith, Dean - - - I43 Smith, George W. - 28, 45, 96, 107, 159, 160 Smith, Keith -- -- -.. 39, 107 Smith, Loralee - 39, 69, 100, 184 Smith, Mike - - ----- 45, 112 Smith, Michael - 39, 86, 96 Smith, Murdock - - - -- 39, 75, 151 Smith, Robert - - - 28 Smith, Roger — — - - 45 Smith, Stanley - - 1 46 Snyder, Robert _ - -- - 34, 75, 154, 156 Sobrio, Daniel _ - 118, 167 Soders+rom, Donna - - 34 Sommer, Gayle . 28, 52, 61, 64, 68, 69, 90, 94, 10! Sorensen, Sharon 39, 67 Sorenson, Jack - - I 27 Soule, Garv .. - 80, 127 Soule, Ronald - - 34, 127 Sparks, Gary — I 26 Sparks, Ronny - - 45, 75, 146 Spath, Donald - - 124 Spell, Farol 35, 73, 97 Stammer, Judith 39, 53, 73 Stange, Robert 130 Stanley, Paul 28, 75, 112 Stannard, George - — - 39 Stanwood, Shreve 39, 83, 109 Staples, Beverly _ 45, 69 Stathis, George 123 Stouts, Braden 28, 59, 83, 92, 93, 96 Steiner, Elaine ._ 100 Stevens, Joyce - 45, 67, I I I Stevenson, Mary . 114 Stever, Carol 39, 105, 115, 202 Stewart, Bonnie 35, 51, 90, 105, 112 Stewart, Donald 57 Stewart, Jerry 45 Stewart, Joan 45 Stiff, Sharon 39, 73, 97 Stites, Larkin R 29, 108 Stollar, Joann 45, 105 Stone, William 124 Stratton, Laurian J 45, 67, 129, 13 1 Stratton, Robert 29, 50, 55, 95, 121, 124 Sughrue, Lawrence 45, 83 Sullivan, Mae G 114 Sullivan, Don 39, I 24 Summers, Stanley 86, 98 Sutton, Lewis 29, 112 Suti. David I 30 Swanson, Paul 107, 130 Swart, Barbara 39. 53, 67, 194 Swart, Jesse 39, 79 Swearingen, Jolene 39 Sweeney, Lester 29, 86. 98, 116, 117 Swink, Jesse 112 Swinney, Carolyn I 2 I Tamonv, Anne 45, 105 Tate, Richard 100 Taylor, Anita 39, 57, 101 Taylor, Jane 39, 69 Teglia, Sharon 39, 55, 57, 73, 97 Tenk, Karl _ 45, 83 Terrell, Donald 163 Terrell, Stan 35, 107 Theix, Carol 39,73, 114 Thomas, Charles 45 Thomas, Edward 39, 86, 91 Thompson, Michael 136, 137 Thompson, Sandra 39, 66, 110, 129 Thorburn, Ann 45, 121 Thorne, Rene 35, 107 Thornton, Jim 29 Thornton, William 29, 58, 86, 93, 96, IOC Tilman, Kathleen 112 Tippin, Cora 45, 105 Tobin, Jerry | 55 Todd, Joann 39, 73 Tolino, Sid | 60 Tollefson, Kenneth 45 Tolleson, Ken 86, 91 Tolotti, Emil 35, 86 Tomlinson, Frank 39, 1 07 Tonini. Mary Ann 199 Towle, Thomas 39 Trabert, John 121, 127 Trabert, Thomas 149 Tracht. Kenneth 45, 1 07 Tracy, Dick 39 79 Tracy. Edna 45, 12! Travis, Donald 29, 48, 50, 54, 55, 57, 59, 75, 92, 93 Trease, Ray 35 75 Trewhitt, Wayne 35 Truit, Wayne — 86 Tueller, Paul 112 Tuminaro, Catherine 45, 110, 118 Turner, Pat 35, 105 Tyson, William - 39, 107, 137 u Umsceid, Alberta 45, 67 Uriier, John I 14 Vasconcelos, Judy 39, 68, 69 Vaughn, Art 35, 83, 109, 130 Vaughan, Sam 35, 77 Vaught, Owen 45, 8! 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