University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

 - Class of 1960

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" Someday, though, when your college life is but a very beautiful and hazy memory, and you have reached the autumn of your life, you can look back upon this book and it will truly be " A Golden Book of Memories. " Sudan. Petesilen, editor. I Table of Contents Faculty Page 7 Student Government Page 17 Classes Page 29 Honors Page 55 Greeks Page 65 Sports Page 91 Organizations Page 127 Activities Page 171 Senior Histories Page 228 Advertisements Page 233 General Index Page 282 OT I Morrill Hall . . . last of the " old timers " , although it ' s the oldest, it still remains the dearest in our hearts. The " quad " , where Indian Summer loiters on the quiel Beloved l»ii k walk, worn l v the tread of many feet. " f A more recent addition to the campus is the Sarah Hamilton Fleischmann School of Home Economics. After long years of service will its ' fate be the same as that of Stewart Hall? Leafy shadows quiver under the sun s bright rays, as we take a break from studying on lazy September days. scene, and John Mackey still stands after all these years. ; : ■ ■ - Susan Petersen Jud Samon . . Editor Business Manager ' Study as if you were to live forever, Live as if you were to die tomorrow, It matters not how long you live, but how. " David C. Bailey 1940 - 1959 fyaaMu M Man MuAt Know. rr Those words of beloved poet Carl Sandburg, spoken last year at the University of Nevada commencement, should be our guide for the future. We leave a decade when to call a man an " egghead " was to insult him, when many suspected intellectual excellence, when education was woefully neglected, when an instructor risked the epithet of " subversive " when he dared voice an original thought. We enter the decade of the 60 ' s, where the threat of an alien ideology, emphasized by foreign successes in rocketry, has restored education to its rightful place of prominence in the American way of life. The flash of the Sputnik has America more fully aware of the value of higher education. Our citizens realize the achievements of tomorrow are based on the schooling of today. Nevadans are pleased with their University, its repu- tation and progress. The past several months have seen a giant facelifting of a proud old institution on the Reno campus, as thou- sands of dollars have been spent for expansion. At the branch campus in Las Vegas, a massive building program continues, transforming what was once a barren desert into an attractive, bustling center of education. The University of Nevada faces the future with a sparkling new appearance. We are proud of this " new look " , which reflects the great economic and population expansion of the state. We are also proud of the modern spirit of freedom of academic thought, which has made much of this transformation possible. The demand for higher learning becomes annually greater. I am certain our citizens, our lawmakers and our educators will continue to work together to insure Nevada meets that demand. GRANT SAWYER Governor of the State of Nevada QuidinCf Oub Qnxiwtk The University has experienced another year of continued growth on both its campuses. Most apparent has been our physical growth, as evidenced by increased enrollments, totalling thirty percent in two years, and by the impressive number of new buildings under construction, climaxed by the great Noble H. Getchell Library. The new Library in itself symbolizes an even more impor- tant aspect of the University ' s growth, that in intellectual stature. A new seriousness of purpose characterizes the University today, for this is truly an era of accent on excellence. This is not to say that University life will not and should not continue to provide a healthy amount of fun and relaxation, of social and extra-curricular activity. Rather it means that we are giving dominant emphasis to the basic purposes and concerns of the University. Above all, we are a community of scholars — students and faculty — who join in a mutual adventure of the mind and spirit. The issues during the year which have occupied student government, and students generally, reflect this attitude. Dis- cussions in student meeting and in the student newspaper have been vigorous and spirited, with a healthy quantity of disagree- ment. Constructive disagreement leads to clarification and understanding of the issues involved — and this is of primary importance. Renewed devotion to the cause of learning, of human understanding, of human freedom and dignity, will enable us best to do our part to strengthen ourselves and our country for these times of world crisis, and for the conflict in which we shall continue to be involved for many years to come, a conflict which in the ultimate analysis is a struggle to capture the minds of men. Charles J. Armstrong President Board of Regents ... (1 to r) Weld Arnold, William Elwell, N. E. Broadbent, Fred Anderson, Miss Terry, Louis Lombardi, Raymond Germain, President Armstrong Jerry Wulk Dean of Men Roberta Barnes Women ' s Counselor William R. Wood Academic Vice President Sam Basta Dean of Student Affairs Elaine Mobley Dean of Women AdmiHittn ttoa Perry Hayden Comptroller and Treasurer . James McISabney Graduate Manager Robert Kersey Student Union Director tarenct Registrar Byrd 10 James Hill Director of Libraries 2 eand John Sala Supt. of Buildings and Grounds ft •V ' a»ft 4% James Adams Dean of Agriculture Robert Weems Dean of Business Administration Ralph Irwin Dean of Arts and Science Garold Holstine Dean of Education James Rogers University Engineer »J[„ ' y y| Jack Shirley Director of Student Employment Howard Rlodgett Dean of Engineering -• Vernon Scheid Dean of Mackay School of Mines Alice Terry Trini Erquiaga Helen Gilkey Joe Moose President ' s Secretary Graduate Manager ' s Dean of Nursing Dean of Graduate Secretary School 1 1 Agriculture . first row (1 to r) G. Myles, W . Sonnemann, E. Wittwer, R. Cox, W . Behrenz, M. Hartley, C. Blincoe, D. Cassard, V. T witty, Dean Adams, H. Weeth. Second row . . . C. Fleming, G. Fulcher, J. Robertson, O. Smith, L. Titus, C. Seufferly, E. Jensen, O. Schulz. Third row . . . D. Eckert, M. Kilpatrick, B. Peterson, J. Whorton, R. Padoen, W. Goodale, D. Foote, H. Cords, R. Evans, R. Gifford, B. Bohlman, C. Ruff. Art . . . kneeling, R. Hartman. Standing ... (1 to r) E. Yates, C. Sheppard. Biology and Zoology ... (1 to r) F. Tibbitts, D. Vanni, L. Jones, I. LaRivers, E. Dupree, D. Cooney, F. Riser, H. Mozingo. Meet I out Business Administration . . . f i Fjeldsted, S. Claunch, K. Duf Frank, B. W of ford, L. Graves, Third row . . . J. Hoyt, M. Gre Weems, C. Woods. str lie. Chemistry . . . first row (1 to r) K. Kemp, M. Deming, B. Baker. Second row . . . L. Williams, H. Seim, R. Pierotti, R. Morris. Pnofa :st row (1 to r) W . Houwink, B. y, J. Font. Second row . . . W . R. Wilson, C. Moore, T. Martin, ne, A. Plumley, E. Vietti, Dean Education . . . first row (1 to r) D. Potter, Nutty, T. Tucker, H. Grubbs, H. Brown. Second row . . . Dean Holstine, H. Christensen, R. Whittemore, R. Willey, C. Reed. Engineering . first row (1 to r) J. Bonell, D. Dickinson, H. Domingos, G. Clark, R. McKee, E. Harris. Second row . . . J. Morgan, I. Sandorf, Dean Blodgett, W . Van Tassel, J. Van Dyke, K. Yarborough, J. Carlson, R. Orcutt, G. Higgins. English . . . first row (1 to r) P. Eldridge, G. Herman, R. Gorrell, T. Grieder, H. Woods, B. Salmon, C. French. Second row . . . R. Hume, R. Hollin, R. Connor, J. Morrison. 13 History and Political Science . . . first row (1 to r) J. Roberts, R. Clute, H. Chase, A. Hutcheson, Second row . . . D. Driggs, J. Tigner, E. Elliott, W. Shepperson. Home Economics ... (1 to r) H. Wells, M. Corn- well, P. Tripple, E. White, M. Horn, D. Brownfield. Journalism . . . first row (1 to r) K. Janulis, A. Higginbotham, R. Hood. Standing . . . . Myles. 14 Language . . . first row (I to r) , . Gottard, I . Tisserand, A. Dandini, C. Melz. Second row . . .G. McMurray, L. Kline. IMackay School of Mines . . . first row (I to r) F. Kramer, Dean Seheid, , . Winston, H. Nelson. Second row . . . R. Lane, E. Kersten. Jr., , . Gimlett, I). Slemrnons, C. Hammond. Mathematics ... (1 to r) R. Tompson, E. Folk, M. Demers, E. Beesley, C. Oakley, G. Silberman. These are the profs who chaperoned our dances, entertained us at assemblies, and gallantly ignored empty classrooms during Homecoming, the Olympics, and Mackay Day. Military Science . . . first row (1 to r) Capt. Ward, Major Owsley, Col. Ronan, Capt. Berry. Second row . . . Sgt. Day, Sgt. St. Clair, Sgt. Jones, Sgt. Coffey. Music . . . seated, J. Hughes. Standing . . . (1 to r) J. Carrico, F. Hickman, W. Macy, R. Williams, H. Goddard. Philosophy . . . (1 to r) R. Roelofs, W. Halberstadt, G. Kerner. Nursing ... (1 to r) M. Bauer, M. Hoga, D. Button, M. Haddad, Dean Gilkey. 15 Physical Education . . . first row (1 to r) Z. Mowrer, B. Lane, G. Broten, R. Russell, J. Felshin, J. Martie. Second row . . . G. Lawlor, R. Trachok, R. Laughter, C. Scranton. Third row . . . J. Borda, F. Edsall, R. Dankworth, J. Spencer. Physics ... (1 to r) R. Worley, R. Sill, S. Eccles, G. Barnes, S. Lei f son. Speech and Drama ... (1 to r) R. Ellmore, C. Met ten, R. Griffin, W. Miller. Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology . . . seated (I to r) i. Murray, W. Day, M. Sellers. Standing . . . R. Dana, ( ' ,. Backman, ' . Seeord, R. McQueen. m Student Q wesmment 17 A S It A P s 9 £ A 1 Dan Sobrio Sue Dea Pinnea 18 ASUN Secretary Pat Reynolds A p Z S 9 £ 7 Standing ... (1 to r) Gene Pierelti, Pat Reynolds, Sue Pinnea, Barbara Heivard, George Allison. Seated . . . Dan Sobrio. Executive Board Senate . . . first row (1 to r) Claus Neilson, Elsa Freitag, Sue Dea Pinneo, Pat Reynolds, Nona Kerr, Patsy Plumm, Barbara Byington, Lillian Mason, Brenda Higley, Jean Rivkin, Barbara Heward, Lynn Walsh, Bill Dolan. Second row . . . Jim Megquire, Don O ' Donnell, Gerald Boden, John Heward, Ron Lynch, Roger Christensen, Gene Pieretti, Bob Scott, Delano Whipple, Roy Hibdon, Chuck Dyer. Kneeling . . . Dan Sobrio. Missing . . . Chuck York, Paul Skinner, George Allison Senate AWB Council 20 AWS Council . . . first row (1 to r) Lynn Spell, Karen Decker, Susie York, Patsy Plumm, Margaret Eddcl- man. Second row . . . Jean Rivkin, Carole Rivkin, Dean Mobley, Pat Reynolds, president. Joyce Casazza, Lynn Walsh. Third row . . . Sally itcheson, Furniko Ishii, inn liengoa. Jean Raker, Barbara Byington, Diane Coale, Ellen Murphy. Missing . . . Nancy Pctrini, Barbara Heward, Elsa Freitag, Nona Kerr. Student Court . . . fir t row (1 to rl Fred Dugger, Ro ss Rosenbaum, chief justice, Breuda Highley. Second row . . . i irgil Bucchianeri, Frank Clawson. Student Gau.lt x,ecutiue Al Utant 7. S. 74. At. cMtiiwa Dave Hansen Marilyn Nelson 21 Senior Class Committee . . . first row (1 to r) David Hoy, Barbara Byington, Nancy Petrini, Chuck Walker, president. Second row . . . Ted Moore, Jud Samoa, Marius Kendall, Ron Bradley. Missing . . . Kress Harris, Jim West field, Joanne Dumble, Danny Winter. Seniai GIgAA, Gawututtee fjuniosi GlaM Gammittee Junior Class Committee . . . first row (1 to r) Deanna Yrueta, Mary Bandoni, Joyce Casazza, Marilyn Nelson, Jude Commagere. Second row . . . Janice Beeghly, Steve Cornutt, Ann Scott, Dave Fuhrman, LaVerne Rosse. Standing . . . Benny Echeverria, president. 11 Sophomore Class Committee . . . kneeling, Gary Bullis, president. First row . . . Lynn Spell, Alice Urrutia, Linda Smith, Frankie Foley. Second row . . . W hit Hackstaff, Ronny Anderson, Roy Hibdon, John Barker. c opJta H04e Cladd Committee. fyteMtman ClaAA, Committee Freshman Class Committee . . . first row !l to r) Janis Palzis, Shirley Holmes, Joanne Pritchard, Isabel de Lipkau, Marilouise Reynolds. Second row . . . Dick Armuth, Henry Welze, Jim Parkinson. Third row . . . Dennis Golden, Cal Wilson, president, Ralph Perry. Missing . . . Tim Griffin, Bob Backus, Bill Cheverie. 23 Finance Control Board ... (1 to r) Dr. Seufferle, Sue Dea Pinneo, Dan Sobrio, Dr. Miller, chairman, Pat Reynolds, Bar- bara Heivard, Lynn Walsh, Jim Megquier. finance Cardial Baald Puidicatian Baald Publications Board . . . first row (1 to r) Barbara Heivard, Lynn Walsh, Susie Petersen, Sue Dea Pinneo, Pat Reynolds. Second row . . . Dr. Driggs, chairman, George Allison, Jud Samon. Dan Sobrio, Jim Megquier, Warren Lerude. 24 Student Union Board . . . first row (1 to r) Kathy Bailey, Margaret Ottini, Brenda Higley, Dorthiann Cook, Danny W inter, president, Susie Petersen, Barbara Broer, Carole Warner. Second row . . . Ron Moroni, Gary Bullis, Pat Reynolds, Roger Brown, Dave Hansen, Dan Sobrio, Bob Kersey, Chuck York. Student lUilatt Baald PuLlic lelatiand, Committee Public Relations Committee . Bob Armstrong. Second row . first row (1 to r) Danny Winter, chairman, Lynn Stauts, Chuck Dyer, Bob Heany, Ty Cobb, Ray Foster, Ray Moritz. 25 Nominating Committee . . . first row (1 to r) Barbara Heivard, Lynn Walsh, Jean Rivkin, Elsa Freitag. Second row . . . Jim Megquire, George Allison, chairman, Del Whipple. Missing . . . Don O ' Donnell, Chuck York. ZUctiott Boand 26 Election Board . . . first row (1 to r) Carol Christensen, Maxine IT right, Susie York, Barbara Brannen, Carole Rivkin. Second row . . . Lynn Slants, Gary Reynolds, Mayer Freedman. chair- man. Third row . . . Joseph Ellison, Royce Feour. Missing . . . Paul Hnffey, Clifford Burroivs, Phil Hebert, Irmalee Gray. Rally Committee . . . first row (1 to r) Fred Shaft, Karen Decker, Pete Palmer, chairman, Susie Petersen, Bob MacDonald. Second row . . . Beth Ann McKenzie, Kathy Bailey, Patsy Lewis, Janet Lagomarsino, Dyanne Hayes, Marilouise Reynolds, Lynn Fry, Shirley Smith, Kay Kirn. daily Committee. AiAemldy Committee, Assembly Committee ... (1 to r) Susie Petersen, Kathy Bishop, Barbara Timlake, Jean Rivkin, Tim Sughrue, chairman, Katie Diedrichsen, Doug Smith. Missing . . . Steve Heyer, Jo Ann Prandi, Bonnie Ramos. 27 Women ' s Upper Class Committee ... (1 to rl Eleanor Bo mien j ant, Sharon Wilkerson, Diane Coate, chairman, Dorlhiann Cook, Brynne Bailey. Missing . . . Tricia Hug. Stephanie Mass. Sandra Hesse, Carol McBain, Liz Cox, Carolyn Broun. WamewX 1 fzpeb Qlall Committee Metvl Idfip l CIgAA, Committee Mens Upper Class Committee ... (1 to rl Boh Armstrong, Ted Moore, Jim Sloan, chairman. Ron Bradley, Chuck York. Missing . . . Ed Allison. Mike Thompson. Gene Pieretti. Ron Kirn, Dick Maffi, Dave Nyquist. 1 ' Vffi: ' , M ftfim ' tdUmmiwM Immluk malm lli ' Vt If ! iffi •mi j ' i )■-. ■ ' Tim GloMel 29 Seni i ( Sharon Adler Peter Aldrich George Allison Salli Atcheson Charles Baker Janet Balmain Gary Bartlett Margaret Batchelder Ann Bengoa John Bennetts Jerry Berry Jean Best Dewey Bersheid Jim Blakely Richard Bonce Effie Booth Jack Bosta George Boucher Beth Boyd Ralph Bradley Ron Bradley Frances Breen Peter Breen Gay Brennan Erich Bretthauer Ron Broderdorf Bob Brown Carolyn Brown Marshall Brown John Brown Paul Brown Roger Brown H arry Bucan Judy Buck Robert Byrne Richard Capurro Fred Carlson 30 l ftfl GlaU Sonya Carlson Joseph Carrigan p m H I Chuck W alker President Raymond Ceccarelli Dolores Chambers Charles Chester Carol Christiansen Frank Clawson Mike Cleary Diann Coate Steven Colen Jacob Compton John Connor Robert Crabtree, Jr. Jacquelin Curutehet Barbara Dahlke Doug Dalison Lyle Damon Nancy Damon John Dirksen William Dolan Richard Dow Joan Drisdale Maureen Duffy Joanne Dumble Charles Dyer Joseph Ellison Louis Emanuel Ted Evans John Ferrari Barbara Foltz Raymond Foster Larry Frantzen Mayer Freedman Elsa Freitag Bob Frenkel Sharon Sorensen Frost Tom Frost 3 I Seniai t Eugene Fuller Barbara Galeppi Jim Gardner Larry Gedney Charles Gerbich Murray Gifford Leonard Gilmore Jerry Glenn Judith Grafton Irnialee Gray Lola Hale Emmy Hanf David Hansen John Harrington Dave Harris Kress Harris George Hartmann James Hay U illiam Henderson Richard Herman Paul Herrandez Barbara Heward Virginia Ho ff land David Hoy Richard Hughes Carl Jackson Robert Jackson Bob Jenkins Denny Jones Max Jones Jr. George Kasunic Kay Kelly Marias Kendall Robert Kind Helen Kiiehiierl Rognar Kuehnert Joanne Kulller 32 m ; m A 2laU Will Chess replace Bridge? Tom Lambert Dick Landingham jn 7 fTj Leah Larson Mario Lommori Gordon Lyda Ronald Lynch Robert Lyon Stephanie Maas John Madariaga Richard Maffi Phinnie Marsh Reid Marshall Herman Marston Janis McDonald Gayle McGehee Walter Mclntyre Emily McPherson Russell Melquist Marjorie Miller John Minetto Massoud Molzzi Don Moore Ted Moore Jack Myers John Nakada Grace Nelson Harriet Nelson Mary Nelson Harold Newman David Nyquist Gary O ' Neal Ingebrigt Otteni Annette Oiven Larry Oxborrow Ann Parkhurst Noel Parkhurst Donald Parks 33 Setuan, Grace Payne Penny Pemberton Jack Penman Lynn Peterson 34 Nancy Petrini Edward Petroni Dominek Pieretti Eugene Pieretti Jack Pong Dale Prevost Nancy Provin William Provin Carra Rainey James Randall Pat Reynolds Richard Richards Brian Rickter Sally Riley Jean Rivkin Ellen Robinson Ruth Romivall Ross Rosenbaum Roswell Rogers Lois Rothschild Barbara Ruark Wally Rusk Paul Rutherford Alex Rynecki Jud Samon O ' Neal Sanders Robert Schenk Judy Schneider Bob Schnider Alice Segnahness Fred Shaft DeArmond Sharp Margaret Shelley Clarence Slater James Sloan GlaU Wonder what class this is. Thomas Sloan, Jr. Don Smith Loralee Smith Murdock Smith M mM [ gf l j$ icT George Stannard Sharon Stiff Dietrich Stroke Dan Sobrio LeRoy Strawn Don Sullivan Barbara Swart Curtis Tang Sharon Teglia Theodore Taylor Stanley Terrell Bill Tessler Carol Thiex Ed Thomas Jo Ann Todd Thomas Trabert William Tyson William Vannoy Bill Viani Lealan Watts Georgie Weaver Chuck Welch Jim Westfield Tom Whitaker John White Sharon W hite Sharon W ilkerson David Williams Gary Willson William Wright Delbert Wilson Danny Winter Deanna Woodliff Richard Young Franklin Zilkey 35 Karen Abbott David Allingham Alex Anastassatos Bob Armstrong Carol Armstrong Janice Armstrong Brynne Bailey Kathy Bailey Phil Bailey Mary Bandoni Dave Bartletl Glen Bates Janice Bceghly Richard Bishop Fred Black fltisuat Gerald Boden Eleanor Bonnenfant Brenda Boscovich Wayne Boivden Clifford Burrows Kay Campbell Patty Campbell Michael Cannon Joyce Casazza Dix Christensen Roger Christensen Perry Clevenger Charles Clock Philip Coffin Dorthiann Cook Rod Cook Gary Cooper Norman Cooper 36 Stephen Comutt Stan Cothrin Barrie Cunningham Jackie Curti Bob Davis Marshall Dawson Karen Decker Andy Desgranges Mimi Desmond J B% d Benny Echeverria President GUu William Donovan Bill Ebeltoft Margaret Eddelman Mary Eickbush Bill Erman Frank Fahrenkopf Bonnie Fairchild Gayle Fierce Patricia Fitzgerald Pat Fordham Bonnie Fought David Fuhrman Allen Gates Joyce Gearing David Gehrt John Gisclon Arthur Grohs Joe Guffey 37 Sue Hamilton Norman Harper Johnny Heivard Bill Harper Phill Hebert Brenda Higley H olden Howell Dorothy Howell Trivia Hug Diana Isola Jerry Jones Nancy Jones Patricia Joseph Barbara Kettering Daniel Kinkel fjuniai Ron Kirn Joan Laidlaiv Gerald Larson John Lauritzen Don Leahy William Leonesio Patsy Lewis John Loche Linda Loeffler Don Logerwell Nancy Lojas David Longacre Bob MacDonald Melinda Machie Lillian Mason Nancy McCarlie DeAnn McGowan Theresa McGuire 38 L iku jfi Jim Megquier David Miles Lynne Miller Marirs Morgan Martin Murphy Charles Musser Marilyn Nelson Chris Nenzel Jane Nevin Oh, you beautiful doll, you great big beautiful doll. GlaU Howard Nielsen Sigrid Nielsen Bards Nordloh Kathy Oldham Margaret Ottini Al Pagni Martin Petersen Susie Petersen Toni Pimentel Sue Pinneo Patsy Plumm Pat Potter Chub Quilici Jean Raker Sue Rauch Margaret Reil Dennis Reith Gary Reynolds 39 Bob Ritchie Lynn Ross Sam Salman Alan Ross La Verne Ross Doug Salter Nancilyn Sanders Barbara Sbragia Susan Scudder Jacqueline Settergren David Sharp Charlotte Sheldon Bob Shirley Bob Shoemaker Dave Short fjunial Louise Smee George Smith Stan Smith Joyce Stephens Joan Stewart Ed Stone Jill Stratton Harry Swainston Wayne Tetrault Nancy Thomas Mike Thompson Ann Thorburn Barbara Timlake Cora Tippin Tom Toivle 40 Kenneth Tracht David Truitt Catherine Tuminaro Valerie Van Nepes Patsy Vietta Shirley Vietti Lynn Walsh Bruce Ward Sandra Wardell This is certainly a talkative group! Glaii 9 Janet Webb Jim Welsh Jan Wepfer Russell Westover David Wheeler Kay Whitaker James Wiley Barbara W illiams Jack Wong Taunya W oodford Tony Xavier Chuck York Deanna Yrueta Don Zundel Betty Jeanne Zyski 41 Safzltasnale Pass. Joyce Ann Ahlswede Donna Albright Marcia Avansino Merri Lynn Aytes Kathleen Bailey 42 John Barker David Barkley Kay Barnum Terry Batchelor Beverly Bean Michael Beazley Carolyn Bell Vance Bell Hanne Beyer Bill Bianchi Paul Bible Jeffrey Blake Lynda Bost Mary Brown Russell Browne Whitney Brown Bill Burgess Sandra Busey Brent Caldwell Mitchell Casey Frank Cassas Ely nor Cassinelli Geoffrey Checcki Larry Cheney Ray Clem Janet Clements Bonnie Cleone Donna Click GlaU Gary Bullis Class President Karen Columbia Kathy Connors Richard Coon-rapt Tom Cook Barbara Couch -- v Tim Cramer Anne Cress Betty Lynn Dallas Don Dalton Katie Diedrichsen Pete Digrazia Laura Dodgion Carol Dodson Marilyn Donnelly Larry Draper Ina-Jean Drulias Bob Dungan Jim Durham Joseph Eberle Harlan Elges Mary Ann Erb Valerie Estes William Evans Jo Farrell Norma Fenili Marlene Ferrari Joanne Fike Frankie Foley Nancy Foster Marianne Frade Diana Frugoli Sarah Jane Futch Gene Germain ai Betty Gibson Whit Haekstaff Jeanille Haggerty Roger Hainline Patricia Hamilton Kay Hamilton David Hanna Paula Hanna Michael Hart Dyanne Hayes George Haymond Boh Heaney Suzanne Henderson Larry Heivard Sally Hinds Joyce Hollenback Nancy Horning Kitty Humphrey Sarah Humphrey Marilyn Jacox Maryann Jacox John Jelavich Morgan Jellett SoflJtomote Ron Johnson Wally Johnson Charles Jones Tom Jones Peggy Keller Jim Kellison Kittie Kerr Mary Ann Kerstettcr Jerry Kirk Roger Kreimeyer Geraldine Martinez Judy Maxsom Pat Me. id am ClaU Jerry Merrill Kim Miller Norma Moller Joanne Mortimer Betty Mudge Steve Lage Harvey Lambert Randy Leary Robert Lemon Lora Leonard Naomi Liles Sung Kyu Lim Barney Liyan Susan Lombardi Del Loomis Jerald Lusk Sharon Lyman Madelyn Lyon Maureen Mack Jon Madsen Ralph Madsen Rufus Marmaduke Mickie Manha Larry McCollum Penny McCollum lMm+ James Murphy Diane Nelson Leanna Noble Lorraine Odell Bill Osborne )i concentration y|lA Ronald Orr Mike Paradis Stephen Parker Jim Philpot Elaine Pisciotta Thomas Pitts Gray Poole Jim Powell JoAnn Prandi Don Pribble Bill Rase Matthew Rast Nancy Rapp Sharon Rentier Janet Riddle Don Richter Dorothy Rieketts Paula Riel Norman Samuelson Jo Anne Sbragia Richard Schnepper Sharli Scurlock Bill Sleeper Carol Smith Douglas Smith Ofdto mosie John Smith Linda Smith IT illiam Strattion Carole Sommers Kirk Terrell Georgia Teskey Mikell Tidd Myrna Thompson Karen T hoy re Joyce Truitt Karen Tuttle Alice Urrutia Iris VanBlaricom Robert Van Lydergraf Allen Van Vorsl Ray Vernon Joan R agner Kim Waldo Lael Walker Charles Wall Richard Warner John Welch Clint Wells GlaU Will people ever learn? Don Wilkerson Jerome U illiams Sharin Winter Gary W right Maxine Wright Sue W or dell Suzie Workman Susan Youngs Susan York David Zundell Jim W hitaker Susan White Janice Aalbu Marcia Adams Lynn Aguilar Alex Aidans Karma Anderson Betsy Ankers Lester Armstrong Virginia Backus Helen Alpers Bob Backus tedAmaa Rose Lee Backus Robert Barengo Bonnie Barnard Brenda Barnes David Bartholomew Sue Bartholomew Margo Bartlett Virginia Bath John Bauer Gayle Beaman Jackie Benish Jim Bennett Eleanor Bergmann Bill Beynon Kathy Bishop Janet Blakely Marcia Blatt Robin Bohlman Linda Borer Harry Botsford ntatal Margaret Braswell Karl Breckenridge James Broer Jim Bronson Patsy Brooks Georgia Brown Marsha Brown Sandra Brown Allan Bruner Karen Bryant Doug Buchanan Marilyn Burkham Carl Cahill Arlene Canepa Darlene Canepa Sandy Carrara % U4 m %% v J " XV w ■ Carl Cat stensen Tom Case Henry Castro John Cavanaugh Lois Chanslor Sharon Chesi Mary Clack Kenneth Clayton Barbara Clemun Brenda Clevenger u Marilyn Cobbley Barbara Coles Jim Colgan Diana Conton Tom Cook John Crawford Cal Wilson President ted tsHaa Glcuil Jim Croivell Dave Cutler Denise Dangberg Al Davidson Bev Duties Isabel de Lipkau Diane DeV ore Linda Dillon Faun Dixon Carl Donathan Carla Donica Dilys Doyle John Duf field JoAnne Elkin Bette Everitt Elizabeth Fantone Lynne Farley Jim Fee Doris Fenili Marilyn Fletcher Susan Forden Mario Frugoli Julia Fountain George Fraser Ed Friberg Bob Friedel Lynn Fry Jean Fujii Ken Gallaway Bernice Gallio Mike Henderson Mary Hevuard Roy Hibdon Barbara Hickman George Hill Lee Hilsabeck 9P . Joan Gansberg Bob Garcia Helen Garvin Jose Gastanaga Jim Gaumer Lynn Gerow Glen Gibbons Duane Gillies Lee Gisclon Jim Glaser Dennis Golden Leroy Goodman Dennis Graham Glen Green Tim Griffin Richard Gwyn Barbara Hanson Jerry Harding Tom Harrington Carole Hartoch Sheri Harwood Arthur Haseltine Dee Heinbaugh Paul Helms Bob Henderson Marybeth Hockel Anne Hollister Shirley Holmes Robert Horn Martin Houk Carl Hovland Marilyn Howard Pat Hoysted Bada Jackson Helen Jacobs t « M i O Given Jaksick Anne Jennings Carol Johnson Judy Johnson Karmen Johnson Betty Jones Arlene Kaastrup Carol Keeney E Linda Kihara ZmLH Some students attend college to study; others to ski! tedJtsnG t Gla l Kay Killfoil Kay Kirn Kobina Kiser Nita Layton Loretta Lee Marcia Leigon Gordon Lemich Haug LeRoy Annett Lewis Barbara Lightfoot Bill Lohse W illiam Lombardi Harvey LoSasso Susan Lutzow Gary MacLeveen Stewart MacRitchie Cecelia Molini William Moloney Robert Manaugh Dave Mandell Edith Manning Vincent Mannino Jim Mathewson Gay Kistler Bill Kleinsorge Karol Koehler Joe Kollodge Marilyn Kotter Linda Knobbs Mary LaFond Janet Lagomarsino John Langendorf Sue Larson Sharon Lawrence Chris Lawton Ml James O ' Flaherty Karen Olson Linda Owen Reiiben Palmer Janis Palzis Bruce Park Beth Ann Richard McCord Janice McCormick Donna McDowell Rod Mclnnis McKenzie JoAnn McLeod Diane McMamus Jim McNally Lynn McPherson Marsha Millard $4ed£ HGH Jim Parkinson Mimi Patrick Linda Pearce Arison Miller Mary Miller Diane Moore Julie Moore Ellen Murphy Russell Nash Mike Nicklanovich Sally Nielson Sue Mitchell Rose Mohr Aliceann Monaghan Sarah Pendersen Donal Ruth . Bill Mortensen Jane Mortimer Murphy Marvin Pennington Jo Anne Nelson Don Nesbitt Jean Nichols Carol Pennock Valorie Noah Bryan Nott Diane Nungesser Fin Pepple Betty Perry Ralph Perry Gay Peterson Marilyn Petersen Carolita Pierce r±£AM d Bev Pincolini Sharon Polak Del Porto Joanne Pritchard Janice Pritchard Bonnie Purr ell Ann Rafetto Pant Rasasco Ed Rennessey Marilouise Reynolds Carol Richards Elinor Riesbeck Carole Rivkin Bonnie Roberts Mike Robinson Norman Rockwell Keith Roman Dennis Rosch Rebecca Rose Elaine Ross am Gail Rountree Larry Sabin This is really keeping your nose to the grind stone! GUu Jeanne Sadler Ann Savage David Sharp Shirley Smith David Salter Donna Sanford Janice Sanford Clark Santini Mike Savers Jerry Schutz Tom Seeliger Danny Seifers Dick Sholl Jacquelyn Siemens Bob Smith Judi Smith Susan Sneeden Dean Soderstrom Ron Sotveru-ine Kirby Spickler lwr rm • -. Lyla Sprague Ann Stephenson Mary Sterling Emmy Stevenson Ted Stoever Judy Stratton Richard Stromatt Mary Stuart Wallace Sutherland Dawna Sutton Penny Swackhamer Ted Swan Priscilla Tang Charlotte Taylor Calvin Thompson William Thucker Joaquin Timon Joy Vance Zina Tippin Mike Van Cleemput Jose Tormio Susan Towle Bill Tuck Robert Van Dyke JoAnn Van Hooser George Wade rfbed unoH Ciadd Margarett Wallace Penny Walters Toddene Watkins Elsie Weaver Gail Weber Beverly W ells Henry Welze Dtvight Weyant Pat White Jim W hitehouse Dona W Mock Mike Winfield John Winn Hannah Wishart Bill Wofford Margaret W ood Linda Young Fay Yparraguirre Lee Ann Zimmerman 9 M I JtO HXMA, 55 Jean Rivkin IK and Qolletf i DeArmond Sharp Kress Harris Nancy Petrini Dave Hansen Betty Edmondson George Allison John Madariaga Pat Reynolds i Jean Best Barbara Ruark Bill Dolan 14J h a U Barbara Heward Pete Breen Diane Coate t 4 fe Dan Sobrio Tom W hitaker Stan Terrell %;, v v- Chuck Walker Ted Moore » -:■- :■.., If Judie Smith Homecoming Queen 60 Marilyn Donnelly Military Ball Queen BU Beth Boyd Mackay Day Queen Toni Pimentel Junior Prom Queen 63 Linda Owen Sweetheart of Sigma Phi Epsilon Sharon Teglia White Rose Queen of Sigma Nu Barbara Ruark Sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon tybate ' iiuiif 2ueeMd Valerie Estes Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha -. 64 Hence Robertson Queen of the Lambda Chi Alpha Hawaiian Dance Qtueeh 65 Beth Boyd Delta Delta Delta Barbara Swart President flan tell U emc isau tc Panhellenic Council, composed of the president and rush chair- man from each sorority, together with Inter-Fraternity Council, introduced Greek Week for the first time on the Nevada campus. Panhellenic is the governing body between the four sororities and supervises rushing. Barbara Ruark Pi Beta Phi Theresa McGuire Pi Beta Phi Nancy Petrini Delta Delta Delta Emmy Hanf Gamma Phi Beta Jane Nevin Gamma Phi Beta Kress Harris Kappa Alpha Theta Kathy Bailey Kappa Alpha Theta 66 . 9 itesi-fyn desi, uttf QotwuUl :l i John Madariaga President Sigma Nu I DeArmond Sharp Lambda Chi Alpha — Dave Harris Alpha Tau Omega mmk •• Inter-Fraternity Council sets up pledging rules and works with the Panhellenic Council to further better fraternity-sorority relations. At the inter-fraternity bean feed in the fall, the council awards the prized Kinnear trophy as well as scholarship and improvement awards. l P Lynn Peterson Phi Sigma Kappa George Allison Sigma Alpha Epsilon Jan Wepfer Theta Chi James W elsh Sigma Phi Epsilon 67 Marcia Adams Donna Albright %elta 2 elta Zetia Alex Anastassatos Ann Bengoa Judy Buck Sandra Busey Beth Boyd President Janet Clements Brenda Clevenger Karen Columbia Barbara Couch Denise Dangberg Bev Davies Dilys Doyle Margaret Eddelman Carole Lynne Farley Joanne Fike Frankie Foley Pat Fordham Sharon Sorensen Frost Lynn Fry Irmalee Gray Betty Gibson Sheri Harwood Dee Heinbaugh Mary Heward Sally Hinds Shirley Holmes Tricia Hug Diane Isola Bada Kay Jackson Helen Jacobs Mary Ann Kcrstetter Marilyn Kotter Linda Knobbs Handy Leary Palsy Lewis Stephanie Maas 68 Judy Maxsom Beth Ann McKenzie Marsha Millard r 4 Grace Nelson Leanna Noble Under the leadership of Beth Boyd the Tri- Delta ' s had a very successful year. At the A.W.S. Fashion Show they won both the active and pledge scholarship trophies and the trophy for the best dressed coed. With the theme, " Back in the Swim " Tri Delta ' s had the winning Wolves Frolic Skit. The spring semester brought two dance attendance trophies and the victory of Diana Isola as A.W.S. President. Karen Olson Linda Owen Patsy Plumm Nancy Provin Nancy Rapp Sue Rauch Betty Perry Susie Petersen Gay Peterson Nancy Petrini Janet Riddle Beverly Roberson Pom Rosasco Lynne Ross Ann Savage Jo Anne Sbragia Judy Schneider Sharli Scurlock Charlotte Sheldon Joyce Stephens Judy Stratton Penny Swackhamer Barbara Swart Barbara Timlake Susan Towle Valerie Van Nepes Patsy Jo Vieta Lael Walker Lynn Walsh Sandra W ardell Georgie Weaver Sharon White Dona Willock Sharin W inter Deanna Yrueta Betty Jeanne Zyski 69 Jan Ahlswede Eleanor Bergmann Janet Blakely Eleanor Bonnenfant Patsy Brooks Carolyn Brown Marilyn Burkham Joyce Casazza Elynor Cassinelli Qamma PUi feeta Barbara Galeppi Joyce Gearing Jeanelle Haggerty Kay Hamilton Paula Hanna Barbara Hanson Suzanne Henderson Dorothy Howell Sarah Humphrey Lois Chanslor Carol Christiansen Donna Click Marilyn Cobbley Diana Conton Jackie Curti Nancy Damon Carol Dodson Carla Donica Joan Drisdale Olivia Forsythe Diana Frugoli f A • Emjny Hanf, President Jane TSevin Sigrid Nielsen Diane Nungesser Linda Pearce Carol Pennock Jo Ann Prandi Carra Rainey Jean Raker Marilouise Reynolds Pat Reynolds Madolyn Saibini Nancilyn Sanders Joan Laidlaw Mary La Fond Janet Lagomarsino Lora Leonard Melinda Mackie Geraldine Martinez Aliceann Monaghan Diane Moore Sigrit Morghen The Gamma Phi ' s were very busy this past year with their campus activities. Pat Reynolds served as A.W.S. Pres., Loralee Smith was Sagens Pres., while Jean Raker presided o ver W.R.A. Among their many social functions was their Christmas caroling party and their Flapper Dance. Linda Smith Loralee Smith Ann Stephenson Georgia Teskey Abby Utter Shirley Vietti Elsie Weaver Gail Weber Maxine Wright Sharon Adler Lynn Aguilar Karma Anderson Marcia Avansino Brynne Bailey Sue Hamilton Barbara Howard Barbara Hickman Brenda Higley Joyce Hollenback Anne Hoi lister Marilyn Howard Kitty Humphrey Anne Jennings Kittie Kerr Kay Kirn Nita Layton Sharon Lyman Pat McAdam Nancy McCarlie Janis McDonald Diane McManus Kim Miller Norma Moller Excitement reigned throughout the year as the Theta ' s won the Homecoming Float Trophy, captured many Fraternity pins, made daily visits to the Olympics, won the scholarship trophy, talked about their mixed-up plumbing and moved into their beautifully remodeled house. Donal Ruth Murphy Jo Anne Nelson Marilyn Nelson Jean Nichols Kathy Oldham Margaret Ottini Grace Payne Marilyn Petersen Carolita Pierce Toni Pimentel Donna Sanford Carol Smith Ann Thorburn Karen Thoyre Alice Urrutia Penny Walters Suzie Workman Susan York Linda Young Susan Youngs Judy Wells Deanna Woodliff Lee Ann Zimmerman Pi Beta Phi Carol Armstrong Salli Atcheson Merri Lynn Aytes Barbara Ruark, President Brenda Barnes Margo Bartlett Virginia Bath Jean Best Kathy Bishop Sonja Carlson Sandy Carrara Mary Clack Barbara Coles Karen Decker Mimi Desmond Faun Dixon Joanne Dumble Barbara Foltz Susan Forden Sarah Jane Futch Fritsi Hancock Sandra Hesse Pat Hoysted Peggy Keller Kay Kelly Kobina Kiser Karol Koehler Susan Lombardi Del Loom is Midge Lyon Lillian Mason Penny McCollum De Ann McGowan Theresa McGuire Pi Phi ' s have placed an emphasis on scholarship this year and as a result received the A.W.S. improvement plaque. Their Christmas party for underprivileged children and Homecoming Dance Attendance Trophy were among the many highlights of the year headed by Barbara Ruark. Julie Moore Billie Mae Morris Ellen Murphy Lorraine Odell Janis Palzis Jeanne Sadler Susan Scudder Shirley Smith Susan Sneeden Sharon Stiff Sharon Teglia Carol Thiex Nancy Thomas Jo Ann Todd Karen Tuttle Joan Wagner Pat White Sharon Wilkerson Taunya Woodford Mimi Patrick Penny Pemberton Bev Pincolini Elaine Pisciotta Dorothy Ricketts Paula Riel Sally Riley Carol Richards Bonnie Roberts Rebecca Rose Joanie Ruark 76 Alpha au Omeaa George Ancho 00St Dave Harris President Phil Bailey William Beynon Paul Bible Gerald Boden Bill Bronchi Bud Browne Gary Bullis Bill Burgess Richard Capurro Frank Fahrenkopf John Genasci Gene Germain Tim Griffin Frank Cassas Henry Castro Geoffrey Cecchi Rod Cook Marshall Coverston Pete Digrazia Richard Dotv Larry Draper Bob Dungan Harlan Elgos Bill Evans ,. Joe Guffey Roger Hainline Tom Harrington Michael Hart Paul Huf fey- John Jelavech Ron Johnson Wally Johnson Charles Jones Tom Jones Jim Kellison Jerry Kirk Ron Kirn Joe Kollodge John Lauritzen Gordon Lemich William Lomhardi Vincent Mannino Phinnie Marsh Larry Mc Collum Ted Moore Bill Myers Bruce Park Fin Pepple w P David Hoy IB V % Dave Harris led the Tail ' s in a very successful and hi-lighted year. Winning the Homecoming skit trophy was one of their many achievements. Among the ATO ' s outstanding dances were the Coconut costume dance and their Winter Formal. Thomas Pitts " W Jim Powell Dennis Rosch Bill Rose ' I Alan Ross Norman Samuelson Clark Santini Tom Seeliger Bob Shoemaker Murdock Smith Tom Towle Robert Van Dyke ■ % Bob Weishaupt Clint Wells Tom Whitaker 78 James Sloan David Small George Smith Ray Vernon Bill Viani Chuck Walker Russell Westover Jim Whitaker Jerry Williams Stigma PUi £fiiil04t Jim Bennett Doug Buchanan ys f% iV -• Dix Christensen Tom Colson Richard Corbin Tim Cramer Bob Fisher Mario Frugali Charles Korthuis James Welsh President Don Logerwell Rufus Marmaduke Klaus Nielsen Bob Peck Warren Ronsheimer Kirk Terrell Bill Tuck Charles Wall Richard Warner Henry Welze Their second year on campus brought the Sig Ep ' s a dance at- tendance trophy, new pledges, and strong leadership under James Welsh. 79 JtcMtAda Qlu Al pdta Jeff Blake £ - De Armond Sharp President I Clifford Burrows Raymond Ceccarelli Kenneth Clayton Carl Donathan Ben Echeverria Jim Fee John Ferrari John Gisclon Dennis Golden Denis Graham Paul Helms Boh Henderson Morgan Jellett Bill Kleimsorge 30 Peter Breen Ed Briberg Over all scholarship trophy went to the Lambda Chi ' s this year along with the WUS Carnival trophy, which they have kept in hand for the past four years. Among the many personalities in the house is Ben Echeverria past Junior class President. Haug Le Roy 7 - m Barney Lujan Stewart Mac Ritchie Robert Manaugh Rod Mc Innis Al Mohatt David Nyquist Bill Osborn Eugene Pieretti Matthew Rast Bob Ritchie La Verne Rosse Robert Schenk Jerry Schutz Bob Shirley Joaquin Timon Jim West field 8 PUi Sterna Kcupupxi David Allingham Bob Armstrong Lynn Peterson President John Barker John Baver Richard Bishop w 4tV . ■v. » Mitchell Casey Ray Clem Larry Dickinson Mayer Freedman Bob Frost Richard Gwyn David Hanna David Hansen From the Phi Sig house came the A SUN president Dan Sobrio. Among the many social events the Phi Sig ' s sponsored was their annual Street Dance. Norman Harper Phill Hebert s Richard McCord Bill Nixon Ralph Perry Seth Poole Dan Sobrio Ed Stone David Rampold Ed Rennessey Ross Rosenbaum Alex Rynecki Danny Winter 4?.- 1 ». m Sienna ilpAa CpAilbM, V w Ed Allison Bob Backus David Bartholomew Ron Broderdorf Roger Brown Whitney Brown William Campbell Howard Chambers 13 » « fk Larry Cheney Roger Christensen Charles Clock Jim Colgan Norman Cooper If Stan Cothrin Bob Davis Marshall Dawson Doug Dobson Ted Evans 1 - Bob Frenkel Jim Gaunter Jim Geaser Whit Hackstaff gn JJ| ■ " Ifi Jerry Harding M ZX «J BUI Harper _ ; Bob Heaney George Allison President 84 Jerry Jones Dick Landingham Don Leahy Harvey ho Sasso Bob MacDonald Ralph Madsen Dick Maffi Jim Mathewson Dan Matthews Jerry Merrill Orison Miller Ed Petroni Jim Philpot SAE Pirate Ship won the Homecoming Float Trophy while Ed Allison was preparing for Playboy of the Year. Serving in many campus activities were George Allison as Men ' s Senator at Large, Steve Hyer as Sagers President, and Cal Wilson served as President of the Freshman Class. Behind the SAE ' s accomplishments stood George Allison their outstanding president. Don Pribble Keith Roman Fred Shaft Dave Short Bill Sleeper John Smith Stan Smith Wayne Tetrault William Tyson Cal Wilson Mike W infield John Winn m 85 Stoma J Ik Xfma u Robert Barengo sA 86 David Barkley David Bartlett Jim Bronson John Madariaga President Bob Brown John Brown Jim Blakely Jack Bosta Karl Breckenridge A I Davidson John Duffield George Fraser Bob Friedel Ken Galloway Gary Bartlett Vance Bell Fred Black Carl Cahill Tom Case Dudley Cate John Cavanaugh Ty Cobb Gary Cooper Dave Cutler Don Dalton Lyle Damon Tom Cook H Jim Durham Joseph Eberle Bill Erman Bob Garcia Jose Gastanaga an T. ■■ Allen Gates m Denny Jones r 1 V ' Lynn Gerow Arthur Grohs Steve Lage Chris F awton i Paul Gruber Arthur Halestine Mike Henderson William Leonesio Bill Lohse Gary MacSween Johnny Heward TMrry Heward Jon Madsen Dave Mandell Robert Jackson S Skip Melquist Bill Mortensen James Murphy Jim McNally % Jim Megguier Don Moore It t 4L Russell Nash Hermon IS or st en Bryan Nott Bright Ottem A I Pagni Mike Paradis Jim Parkinson W illiam Provin 87 1075 Ralston is the home of many campus V.I.P. ' s. This year they included I.F.G. Presidents John Madariaga (59) and Allan Gates (60), Homecoming Chairman Dave Wheeler, Winter Carnival Chairman John Heward, and Senator at Large Jim Megquire. Among their numerous social events is their White Rose Formal held at Squaw Valley. vi, Louis Reitz Dick Schnepper a " " " ¥ Gary Reynolds Don Richter Dick Sholl Bob Smith Doug Salter Jud Samon Mike Savers Don Wilkerson Bill Wofford 88 Mike Thompson Jose Tormio Larry Sabin Sam Salman David Salter Mike Smith Kirby Spickler Ted Stoever Ted Swan George Wade Bruce Ward David Wheeler Jim Whitehouse Gary W right Ed Thomas Robert Van Lydergraf David Zundel Don Zundel JUeta Qlu ' m Jan U epfer President Theta Chi ' s activities this year centered around the plans for their new home. ft Ron Bradley Mike Cleary Joseph Ellison Tom Frost David Gehrt Roy Hibdon 89 " I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live ; and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die " John 11:23-26 Gary Wilbur Cooper 1937-1960 90 Sp di 91 Dr. Arthur Broten Department Chairman Glenn (Jake) Lawlor Director of Athletics GoacUUiXf Stajflf Coaching Staff ... (1 to r) R. Trachock, R. Dankworth, G. Lawlor, F. Edsall, R. Laughter, H. Spencer, J. Olivas. 92 Head Coach . . . Richard Trachock After 10 highly successful years at the helm of the Reno High Huskies, Coach Trachock returned this year to Nevada, his alma mater, as head coach of the Wolfpack. Trachock is no stranger to pack followers; he is remembered as a star halfback for the brilliant Wolfpack teams of the late 1940s. Line Coach . . . Floyd Edsall Coach Edsall is also a new addition to the Nevada coaching staff; following tenures at Elko and Sparks high schools. A great deal of the credit for this years team ' s success is due Edsall for turning out one of the strongest lines in Nevada gridiron history. End Coach Richard Dankworth Coach Dankworth in his fourth year as assistant pack mentor, successfully molded his ends into a corps of outstanding receivers and strong defenders. 93 f£ si r t m Ife V i Hut t First Row ... (1 to r) . . . O. Harris, H. Culbert, S. Glover, J. Tobin, F. Nenzel, M. Thompson, G. Lemich, R. Peck, R. Hunter, C. Quilici, R. Lemon; Second Row . . . D. Haines, R. Atkinson, W. Daniel, C. Nenzel, J. Dolan, D. Baldini, C. Sanders, T. Pardini, G. Eggers, M. Welch; Third Row . . . Coach R. Dankworth, Coach R. Trachock, J. Bronson, C. Walker, R. Madsen, R. Black, J. Prida, J. Drum, R. Cook, R. Ripley, O. Sanders, J. Genasci, J. Vre Non, R. Armuth, J. Johnson, Coach F. Edsall; Fourth Row ... J. Whitaker, G. Germain, T. Batchelor, D. Hunt, M. Murphy, R. Duncan, E. Green, R. McGinnis, O. Thomas, A. Curtis. After dropping a last minute decision to Western Colorado in the season opener, the Wolfpack rebounded to win three straight from Pepperdine, Chico State, and the California Aggies. San Francisco State ' s undefeated Gators exploded in the second half and went on to defeat the Pack 30-14 before an immense Homecoming crowd. Crippled by the many injuries suffered in the San Francisco game, the Pack went on to defeat Sacramento State; but dropped the season finale to tough Humboldt State at Areata, California. Coach Trachock and his associates combined a brilliant array of young inexperienced talent with seasoned veterans and molded them into a tough well-balanced ball club which has brought Nevada its first winning season in over a decade. If this season is an indication of things to come, and we are sure it is, the Nevada football horizon looks bright and victorious. SEASON RESULTS FAR WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS Nevada 13 Colorado Western 14 Nevada 27 Pepperdine 12 Nevada 27 Chico State Nevada 27 California Aggies 6 Nevada 14 San Francisco State 30 Nevada 14 Sacramento State Team Won Lost San Francisco State 5 Humboldt State 4 1 Nevada 3 2 Chico State 2 3 Sacramento State 1 4 California Aggies 5 9 4 Nevada 7 Humboldt State 21 Tom Whitaker End All Little Pacific Coast All Conference Coach Dankworth and Defensive back Gene Germaine discussing pass defense problems against San Francisco State. Gene Germaine Back All Conference Coach Trachock in a familiar gesture of correction. Bob Peck Quarterback All Conference Chuck Walker Center All Conference Jim Whitaker End All Conference Genasci and Baldini bring down a San Francisco Gator back during the Homecoming game. Not Pictured O ' Neal Sanders Guard All Conference 95 Dan Baldini Guard Bob Lemon Guard 96 Bob Dungan Tackle Frank Nenzel Guard Great interior blocking opens a gaping hole, good for a ten yard carry by Tobin against San Francisco State. Quarterback Bob Peck goes in around end standing up for a six- pointer against Pepperdine State. Dick Armuth Tackle r L i Martin Murphy Guard Bill Daniel Tackle Gordon Lemich Back Gerald Eggers Center Jerry Drum End David Haines Tackle O ' Neal Sanders and John Prida bring down San Francisco ' s great running fullback, Hank Marshall, during the Homecoming game. Elijah Green End Tobin breaks through right tackle for a good gain against Pepperdine. Jay VreNon End Jim Bronson Guard Ozia Thomas End John Dolan Guard 97 John Genasci Back ■iJmcwJi Don Hunt Back Tobin skirts right end for a thirty yard pick up against Chico State. Tom Pardini Back Archie Curtis Back ■ :,. 98 Mike Thompson Back Defensive halfback John Prida slashes in to break up a long pass attempt and possible scoring play. Jim Johnson Back John Prida Back Myron Welch Center Jerry Tobin Halfback ■■ Clyde Sanders Halfback Rod Cook blasts around right end for a twenty yard gain. Clyde Sanders boots one through the uprights for a conversion against San Francisco State. Rod Cook Fullback Bob " Beans " Hunter End Dave Brady Tackle r jm «r H Terry Batchelor Center George Kasunic Manager 99 Basketball Team . . . first row (1 to r) V. York, M. Jelletl, L. Damon, J. DeArietta, D. Lumos, K. Longer o. Second row . . . Coach H. Spencer, R. Shoemaker, L. Moore, S. Johnson, R. Lyon, R. Fisher, R. Ross, Assistant . Livsey. flaiheibalt Although the 1959-1960 basketball season was not one of the most successful years in Nevada history, it proved to be a very exciting one. The Pack was hampered by the lack of height and rebound strength. Bright spot of the year, was the 88 to 85 upset victory over highly touted Loyola. pi f J 1 1 1 Ibi k Coach Jack Spencer took over the post of head basketball coach this year. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa, and captained the Hawkeyc cagers in 1945 when they won the Big Ten Cham- pionship. After playing one year of pro- fessional basketball, Spencer took over as head coach of basketball and baseball at Iowa Wesleyan. Now at Nevada, he is a welcome addition to the coaching staff. 100 Val York Forward All Conference Junior forward Val York had his finest season to date as a Wolfpack eager during this years campaign. Val led the hoop squad in total points, was second in Conference scoring, and was Nevada ' s standout defensive star. York brings the ball up past mid- court in the San Fernando Valley State jjaine. 101 Ed Allison Center Joe DeArrietta Guard Chuck Walker Center Center Chuek Walker {joes up high to tip one in against Loyola. Stewart Johnson Forward Lyle Damon Guard Dave Lumos Guard Ken Longero goes up high on his offensive board, but is outpositioned by a high leading defender. Lonnie Moore Forward Bob Shoemaker Forward Richard Russ Forward Bob Fisher Center 03 Boxing Team ... (1 to r) . Bliss. R. Hayman, R. Lemas, S. Parker, R. Harney, J. Firpo, G. Hook, L. Tolano, S. Houk, J. Genasci, M. Lane, Coaeh Jimmie Olivias. BojUnq, Overall, the Wolfpack boxing team had a very successful sea- son. The Pack boxers finished third in the N.C.A.A. Champion- ships with a champion in the 147 lb. class and a runnerup in the 132 lb. class. Coach Jimmie Olivias had, in 1960, his most successful year as boxing mentor. Along with ex- pertly handling his men, Coach Olivias served as a powerful inspiration to them all. 05 Joe Bliss, 1959 N.C.A.A. 139 lb. champion and runnerup in 1958 and 1960, has been a great asset to boxing at Nevada as well as throughout the collegiate ranks. Twice voted to the Ail-Ameri- can boxing team, Joe climaxed his collegiate career by winning the DeWitt Portal Memorial Trophy for " the boxer who exemplifies the spirit of collegiate boxing in skill " at the 1960 N.C.A.A. Championships. Joe Bliss ALL-AMERICAN Mills Lane N.C.A.A 147 lb. Champion Sophomore Mills Lane brought added honor to Nevada by not only winning the N.C.A.A. 147 lb. championship, but by also being awarded the coveted John S. LaRowe Trophy for " the ath- lete whose sportsmanship, skill and conduct per- petuate the finest attributes in collegiate box- ing. " 106 John Genasci Ht Stei ' e Parker 119 lbs. Jjonnie Tolano 156 lbs. Heavyweight John Genasci moves in for the kill. Rueben Harney 178 lbs. BLISS IN ACTION Lonnie Tolano takes one to the chin but lands well to his opponent ' s body. Jerry Hook scores with a long right hand lead to his opponent ' s chest. Freshman Skip Houk blocks a left hook aimed for his chin. The University of Nevada Gymnastic Team provided many thrills for Nevada Basketball fans this season. During half- time, the gymnasts put on exciting dem- onstrations of skill and daring that delighted their audience. Ron Blakemore G Y M N A S T I C S Del Loomis Ron Blakemore 7 e dace %ob As the intramural season draws to a close, the battle for athletic supremacy is again a two house race. The final event, baseball, will deter- mine whether the coveted Kinnear Trophy will rest in the hands of the Taus or the Snakes for the vear 1960-61. Ski Team ... (1 to r) Coach Chelton Leonard, Clint H ells, Doug Salter, Tom Jones, Dave Small, JonMadsen, Tom Case. Bkiim ._.. -- The 1960 season marks Coach Chelton Leonard ' s seventh year as head ski coach at Nevada. Along with his ski team dut- ies this season. Coach Leonard also served as chief gatekeeper of the Alpine Race Committee for the 1960 Winter Olympics which were held at Squaw Vallev. 112 • -4k aS " ? 6 A kt _ _ A Jon Madsen Captain Doug Salter " S|k Jon Madsen turns sharply into a gate. Coach Chelton Leonard shows his team how its done. - Clint Wells Torn Jones Dave Small Dave Small begins his turn into the gate. _ -- " " Jon Madsen approaches the gate on the giant sla- lom. Tom Case 114 Rifle Team ... (1 to r) MSGT Day, R. Doiv, D. Arkell, J. Hunter, G. Cameron, P. Gillespie, SFC Coffey. di U ]i earn Dan Sobrio Larry Gedney The Nevada rifle team had a fine season rn 1959 and 1960. The marksmen finished second in the local area Sagebrush League, and fifth in both the Intercollegiate Sectional Smallbore Match and in the University of Nevada Invita- tional Meet. Top shooter for the Wolfpack was John Hunter of Reno. 15 . 3 Jk ' First Row ... (1 to r) W- Johnson, R. Peck M. Thompson, R. D ' Anna, J. Gardner, M. Hart, L. Lansford, M. Carpenter. Second Row . . . D. Lumos. F. Fahrenkopf, J. Whitaker, J. Schutz, M. Summerbell, T. Towle, P. Bailey, R. Shoemaker, R. Fisher, V. York. Bctie aU The baseball picture at Nevada is beginning to appear much brighter. A record turn-out of candidates for the squad made it possible for the organization of a Freshman team which augmented the varsity nine. The completion of the Clark Field Diamond marked the first time in history a varsity game was played on the Nevada campus. Although Coach Jake Lawlor has stepped up to the post of Director of Athletics, he has remained on the active coaching staff as baseball mentor. Along with his assistants, Jack Spencer and John Borda, Coach Lawlor fielded a strong aggressive ball club, which should gain strength as the season progresses. 116 Tom Towle Pitcher Rusty D ' Anna Pitcher Myron Carpenter Pitcher-Outfielder Phil Bailey Pitcher j Jerry Schut: Pitcher 17 Bob Peck Catcher Jim Gardner Catcher i s £xUM ijk£ . Bob Shoemaker First Base Bob Fisher First Base Dave Lumos Second Base Frank Fahrenkopf Second Base 118 S. " fTt; ' « fe Larry Lansford Third Base Vol York Third Base Wally Johnson Shortstop Mike Hart Outfield Mike Thompson Outfield Jim Whitaker Outfield 119 The start of the 100 yd. dash; perhaps the most exciting of all events. In this picture, staff photographer Richard Morris has truly caught the atmosphere of the start, as only one foot is touching the cinders. Jn ach The 1960 track season should prove to be one of the most suc- cessful in Nevada history. Coach Dick Dankworth ' s charges are strong in all departments: Strunk, Winchell and Ritchie in the dashes; Challendar and Hunt in the hurdles; Lommori and Cook in the weights; and Eberle in the distance events. 120 Rod Cook Mike Lommori L Doug Ketron 7 ' v i i Tom Case i 9 Bill Lichley . 4 Chris Lawton I J I Tom Cook 21 Bruce Ward breaks the tape for a win in the 440 yd. dash against Idaho State. Bruce Ward Don Hunt Bob Ritchie F Bob Challendar 122 Boh Challendar stretches out to gain a big lead in the low hurdles. I Chris TSenzel Chris Nenzel clears the har as teani-mate Don Hunt looks on. V 3$ " ■■ " | JT flP • £ . Jfc.: Tom O ' Carrol Joe Winchell .jm M ) Dave Longacre goes up and over as he threatens the school record. mm Dave Longacre 123 €5 O p ! I . R •A- • . _. . | • ■■ - - 1 Golf Team ... (1 to r) T. Grant, R. Johnson, D. Nicolls, D. Stoker, Coach Richard Trachock, M. Gifford, K. Emmanuel, G. Porter. H The Wolfpack golfers have five three-way matches scheduled this season. Coach Dick Tra- chock is optimistic that the " linksters " will be a real threat for conference honors as the season progresses. 124 Don Stoker Ron Johnson Tim Grant y K jt T i ' 4 " Dudley Nicolls ■■■ •■■ . -. p p. i»»-w w w ■■-■■ m . " ' t-fcnrgJUitraiirMfiiiii. £0 P Ml | I I Gary Porter ' TB- Murray Gifford JT Ken Emmanuel f 25 w ; , £- 0m Ota MB b M ' ' J -«■ t- " ■ ♦ 3 L- : : ' .:.::; f : : : •. : ; • • • • ' ' • : - : ' Tennis Team ... (ltor) F. Hernandez, J. Glaser, J. Mathewson, P. Evezich, G. Ellis, L. Brnst, Coach Bob Laughter. o yetuud . w %$ m« 4. Pete Evezich Bob Laughter Coach ' Gil Ellis - s m " utt Mi .» « •» ■» " IV « % . 26 Jim Glaser Jjynne Brust Jim Mathewson O aanlzaiio tl 27 Janice Aalbu Helen Alpers Janice Armstron Virginia Backes Kathleen Bailey- Mary Bandoni Sue Bartholomet Jackie Benish M 10 rJ«r« flu lite " ' llllllf Hanne Beyer Linda Borer Margaret Braswell Georgia Brown Marsha Brown Mary Brown Sandra Brown Karin Bryant Patty Campbell Barbara Clemans Jacuelin Curutchet Betty Lynn Dallas Marilyn Del Porto Diane De t ore Laura Dodgion Marilyn Donnelly Jo Anne Elkin Mary Ann Erb Bette Everitt Jo Farrell Doris Fenili Norma Fenili Gayle Fierce Aliemiiia Patricia Fitzgerald Julia Fountain Marianne Frade Bcrnice Gallio Joan Gansberg Judy Johnson Karmen Johnson Hetty Jones Arlene Kaastrup Linda Kihara Helen Garvin Kay Killfoil Carole Hartoch Marybeth Hockel Virginia Hofflar Sue Larson Sharon Laivrence Loretta Lee fa inn Marsha Leigon Annett Letvis bara Light foot Naomi Liles ice McCormick mna McDowell jMaureen Mack Mickie Manha Marjorie Miller Mary Beth Miller Rose Marie Mohr Jane Mortimer Joanne Mortimer Betty Madge Diane Nelson " .V , r |» Bartij Nordloh wP Sarah Pender sen Sue Dea Pinneo Janice Pritchard Joanne Pritcliard Bonnie I ' urrell , • Margaret Re.il Carole Riikin Jean Riikin Lois Rothschild Janice Sanforil Jacqueline. Se-tlergre.n JjOuise. Since Jndie Smith Lyla Sonique. Emmy Lou Stevenson M an anita IdAodatiaH Mary Stuart Dawna Sutton Priscilla Tang Charlotte Taylor Myrna Thompson Mikell Tidd Cora Tippin Zenn Rae Tippin Iri I an Bluricom Ann I an Hooser Joy J ' mice Margaret Wallace. Toddene II utkins Belle II lielun Susan II hile Barbara II illiams Sue II ordell Fay V parraguirrc JLtitcoln eMaM James Broer Carl Carstensen Frank Clawson Stephen Cornutt William Dolan Michael Donovan Bill Ebeltoft ftp ■ ■ ' Leroy Goodman I. €XX " W George Haymond George Hill Carl Hovland Marius Kendall Roger Kreimeyer Harvey Lambert John Langendorf John Locke William Maloney David Miles Massoud Molzzi Al Bruner Brent Caldwell » % 130 -i ■Mk .-i l Charles Musser I , Chuck York President Don Nesbitt Mike Nicklanovich if TO Zf . y - - gy ft • ft , ■ - » • - James O ' Flaherty Ronald Orr Ruehan Palmer Marvin Pennington Martin Petersen Dennis Reith Norman Rockwell Ml ? y Doug Smith Dean Soderstrom William Stratton | 1 Richard Stromatt i Don Sullivan i m William Thucker m Kenneth Tracht v 1 - i Allen an Vorst i Chuck Welch John IF elch De frerf Wilson | 3 | -r A |V r p J N " J ■ ' » . BQ w } Robert Barengo John Barker Jim Bennett Bill Beynon Russ Browne Gary Bullis Dudley Cate John Cavanaugh Jim Colgan Tom Cook Richard Corbin Don Dalton Carl Donathan John Duffield G e$d This service group consists of freshmen and sophomore men students whose objective is to earn enough points to become active members. They perform various services to the school such as assisting with registration. Their presi- dent this year was Steve Heyer. Bob Dungan £i _ Lynn Gerow i v 1 Dennis Golden Dennis Graham Tim Griffin Richard Gwyn Whit Hackstaff Roger Hainline Tom Harrington Michael Hart Bob Heaney Paul Helms Wayne Kollodge Chris Laivton 132 X Bill Lohse Richard McCord Rod Mclnnis Stewart MacRitchie Jon Madsen Vincent Mannino Dan Matthews V : Dan Matteivs Bill Mortensen Russell Nash Bryan Nott Fin Pepple Ralph Perry Seth Poole Matthew Rast %r f$ T r Scupetd X jj Ed Rennessey Mike Robinson } t% -4 Clark Santini Tom Seeliger Dick Sholl Ssit John Smith Ted Stoever Joaquin Timon Bob Van Lydergraf P C l %m " J Clint Wells Jim Whitaker Don Wilkerson Jerry Williams Cal Wilson 133 Gerald Boden Pete Breen Denny Jones Lynn Peterson President Blue Keu This organization consists of Junior and Senior men on campus. They assist with various functions around campus. President this year was Lvnn Peterson. kJ — r? John Madariaga Jim Megquier Al Pagni De Armond Sharp Dan Sobrio Chuck W alker Qojfffin and K fi Pete Breen m Dave Harris This honorary organization is a secret organiza- tion in all its actions. They perform services to the campus under this secret disguise. The two presidents this year were Chris Cufflin and John Madariaga. Jim Randell Dan Sobrio De Artnond Sharp Chuck Walker John Madariaga Jim Megquier Lynn Peterson V f 35 Pemi Karen Decker President These are our women Physical Educa- tion majors and minors. Headed by Karen Decker they instituted a scholar- ship fund this year. From the money they receive from selling programs at the football games they are going to offer yearly scholarships to a sophomore, a junior, and a senior physical educa- tion major. They also found time to have three dinners this year for the members of the organization. Alex Anastassatos Carolyn Bell Robin Bohlman Gay Brennan km Ulfl J) Patricia Hamilton Sally Hinds Shirley Holmes Kay Kelly ,i UA r 3 U ' V Joan Laidlaiv Lyla Lee Spraque Linda Pearce Pat Potter Ellen Robinson Barbara ' Rnark Joanie Ruark Linda Smith Sharon Stiff Jill Stratton Dawnai Sutton Sharon Teglia Myrna Thompson Cora Tippin Susan Towle Catherine Tuminaro X. Alice Urrutia Georgie Weaver Barbara Williams Deanna Yrueta Jack Bosta John Broivn Rod Cook BlccJz V These are the men who have earned a letter in one of our major sports. Dur- ing the year they sell programs at the basketball games and operate the re- freshments stand during various other events. Don Cronin Lyle Damon Richard Dow Joe Eberle Robert Lemon Mike Lommori Bob Lyon Jon Madsen Phinnie Marsh Frank Fahrenkopf David Fuhrman Martin Murphy Bill Myers Bob Peck Ed Petroni Dave Prevost Jim Gardner Murray Gifford Bill Provin Chub Quilici Wally Rusk Paul Rutherford Doug Salter Dave Harris Michael Hart O ' Neal Sanders David Sharp Bob Shoemaker Murdock Smith Mike Thompson •-- David Hoy Morgan Jellett Tom Towle Tom Trabert Chuck Walker Jim Whitaker Tom Whitaker Ted Moore President Beth Boyd Francie Breen Gay Brennan Diann Coate Loralee Smith President Nancy Damon Margaret Eddelman d pettd This honorary service organization is composed of Junior and Senior women. They introduce incoming Freshman to the campus, usher at Wolves Frolic and graduation, and perform other various tasks about campus. President of the group this year was Loralee Smith. -7 ' Olivia Forsythe Elsa Freitag Emmy Hanf Kress Harris Barbara Heward Nancy Petrini Pat Reynolds Jean Rivkin Barbara Ruark i Louise Smee Sharon Stiff Barbara Swart Sharon Teglia Carol Thiex Sharon W ' ilkerson Ed Allison Dave Bartlett Gerald Boden Ron Bradley Ron Broderdorf John Brown Richard Dow President Clifford Burrows Bob Davis Id. a A . Cadet O lceU GUI Marshall Dawson Bill Ebeltoft Mayer Freedman Allen Gates John Heward Benny Echeverria Marius Kendall Larry Lauck Don Moore Ted Moore v kit Gary Reynolds Doug Salter Dan Sobrio Chuck Walker Tom Whitaker Delbert Wilson Gary O ' Neal Edwin Orrick Ed Petroni Gene Pieretti Jack Pong kfy Barbara Heward President Cap, and Scroll This group is an honorary women ' s organization that requires a 2.7 average and a presidency in at least one organization on campus for member- ship. At the present, they are trying to become a member of Mortar Board which is a national organization. Salli Atcheson Judy Buck Nancy Petrini 140 Pal Reynolds Barbara Ruark Barbara Snart Charles Baker Jean Best R alph Bradley Raymond Ceccarelli Carol Christiansen Phi CafifLa Phi This honorary organization is open to anyone who can keep a high scholastic average through- out their entire four years of college and during their graduate work if they are working toward a higher degree. John Connor Ted Moore W illiam Dolan Dominek Pieretti Judith Grafton Jean Rivkin Richard Hughes Sharon Stiff Joanne Kuttler W illiam I annoy Ed Allison SuMxJL04Ame iA, Fred Carlson Sieve Colen Al Mohan President Don Cronin Lyle Damon Cliff Devine Gerald Eggers Jim Gardner Skip Melquist Don Moore Dave Nyquist Dale Prevost Norm Scoggin Murdoch Smith Dave W heeler Band . . . First row (1 to r) Kim Miller, Kathi Blake, John Bria, Ann Savage, Jerry Lush, William Moloney, Randall Christensen, Jo- anne Nelson, Carol Dodson, June Seyfarth. Second row . . . Dick McConaughy, Virginia Baekes, Bill Thacker, Robert Scott, Mary Brown, Laverne Rosse, Don Porter, Danny Seifers, Prof. Felton Hickman, Del Dolbier. Third row . . . Paul Brown, Glenn Laughton, Roger Van Til, Allen Gates, Linda Loeffler, John Winn, Fred Dugger, Don Wilkerson, Prof. Harold Goddard, Al Bruner, Curtis Free- mont. Standing . . . Jerry Merrill, Elynor Cassenilli, Robert Moncrief, Georgia Teskey. Dr. John L. Carrico, Conductor. Ifttioeldity Band Band Highlights of 1959-60 The 1959-60 University of Nevada Band saw the beginning of a new era with the appointment of a new director of bands, Dr. John Carrico previously of Texas Western. A full fledged season of half-time shows, with the inauguration of a " company Front " marching formation, was presented at Wolfpack games at home and at Sacramento. A busy year of activities included : entertaining Winter Olympic high school band students from all over California and Nevada, hosting the West- ern Zone, Nevada Music Educators Assn. high school band festival, presenting a widely praised concert of contemporary music for the symphonic band, and cli- maxing this eventful year by moving into their new Band Rehearsal Hall in the new Fine Arts Building. 143 Yell Leaders ... (1 to r) Karen Decker, Susie Petersen, Fred Shaft, Bob MacDonald. 1BII 44 K fj J0, in in ■ i r - V etl JZeaJeU This little group of people are the ones who stand out in front of the crowd, waving their arms, trying to get a little spirit out of the fans during football and basketball season. They did a fine job this year and deserve a vote of thanks. Fred Shaft Karen Decker Bob MacDonald Cheerleaders ... (1 to r) Bob MacDonald, Karen Decker, Susie Petersen, and Fred Shaft. I larilouise Reynolds head eth Ann McKenzie H p. X fe Banaleaden i - x Shirley Smith X V Lynn Fry Janet Lagomarsino Kay Kirn | 45 jw ef ao 4 °4 M m • Flag Twirlers ... (1 to r) Sigrid Nielson, head, Gayle Beam an, Diane Nungesser, Betty Fantone. Missing . . . Karen Olson, Diane Moore. HEY O4 r I «i Sigrid Nielson, head ■J1JIJ! V, U fylcuj, uUnl ti, » - ,a ° 1 46 Gayle Beatnan Betty Fantone Diane Nungesser University Singers . . . First row (1 to r) Dr. Macy, Shelby Squier, Lynda Bost, Maryann Jacox, Linda Loeffler, Yerda Robertson, Shirley Vietti, Janet Balmain, Marilyn Jacox. Second row . . . Kay Hamilton, Randy Leary, Georgia Teskey, Sherry Applewhite, Janis Palzis, Joy Vance, Mikell Tidd, Bonnie Fought. Third row . . . Fred Dugger, Paul Brown, Wayne Kramer, E. Mills, Virgil Bucchianeri, Faust Saponara, Jerald Merrill, John Winn, Randal l Christensen. Fourth row . . . George Lundgren, Robert Arm- strong, Lynn Peterson, Lonnie Moore, Ray Clem, Jerry Lusk, Buddy Britton, Ralph Perry, Robert Moncrieff. Irfiuv ilUu, SiMjefrb This organization, under the direction of Dr. Macy, enjoyed a successful year. The season was highlighted by their tour to many Nevada schools. They also performed at Sunday at Four programs. 47 lifl YWCA . Sharon Ly Farsworth. Lipkau. .. first row ( 1 to r) Lynn Ross, Marilyn Kotter, Ruth Talcott, Ina Jean Drulias, Barbara Brannen, Penny Walters, man. Second row . . . Susan Lombardi, Sally Atcheson, Margaret Eddelman, Beverly Roberson, Carolyn Bell, Gay Barbara Coles, Elinor Riesbeek, Faun Dixon, Ellen Murphy, Katy Diedricksen. Third row . . . Gail Beeman, Isabel de tyWGA This active group sponsored a Christinas party fo r underpriv- ileged children. They also sponsored the annual WUS Carnival and had many guest speakers on campus. YWCA Officers ... (1 to r) Susan Lombardi, Lynn Ross, Sally Atcheson, President, Margaret Eddelman, and Ruth Talcott. 148 SNEA . . . first row ( 1 to r) Mr. Whittemore, Pat Fordham, Beth Boyd, Dr. Potter, Diane I sola, Nancy Petrini, president, Loralee Smith, Patsy Jo Vieta, Trieia Hug. Second row . . . Linda Smith, Donna Albright, Kathy Turn- inaro, Joyce Stevens, Betty Jean Zyski, Lynn Walsh. Third row . . . Nona Kerr, Karen Abbott, Fern Hainline, Barbara Timlake, Joanne Fike. Fourth row . . . Donna Click, Nancy Damon, Val Van Nepes, Joyce Cassaza, Geral- dine Martinez, Joan Drisdale. Fifth row . . . Joyce Gearing, Emmy Hamf, Marcia Millard, Bev Roberson. s a e a These are the future teachers of America. Their group has national standing and each year the president is called upon to attend various meetings and conventions. There is also plenty of time left for spaghetti feeds and pancake parties which are but a few of the many activities that has made a successful year for this organization. SNEA Officers . . . first row (1 to r) Kathy Tuminaro, Trieia Hug, Bev Roberson, Nancy Pet- rini, president. Second row . . .Nona Kerr, Mr. Whittemore, Joyce Gearing. 149 Aggie Club . . . First row (1 to r) Nancy Jones, Annette Lewis, Jeanne Sadler, Renee Mack. Bud Hage, Darlene Canepa, Lyne Mac Pherson, Joan Nightengale. Row two . . . Rick Capurro, Don Parks, Dave Sticks, Bill Johnson, Cleo Pluipher. Lee Miller, Bill Thacter. Row Three . . . Betty Nudge, Donna Klatt, Bonnie Cleone, Arlene Canepa, Carol Johnson, Joan Gansburg. Ellen Johnson, Jean Nicoles, Tony Yacemete. Row four . . . Gary Cook, Ron Kirn, Bill Jones, Stan Gonsalves, Don Capps, Don Nesbitt, Kirk Terrell, Jim O ' Flaherty, Jim Fee, Bruce Tonani, Jack Dewitt. Row five . . . Gayle Fierce. A faie GLuf- % iM ! ' • if Aggie Club Officers . . . Row one (I to r) Gayle Fierce. Charles Jones. Bud 50 Haga (President) , Joan Qansberg. Riflemen . . . First row (1 to rl Sgt. Day, Don ArkeL Philip Ebert, Ralph Cameron, Sgt. Coffey. Second row .... Richard Dow, Larry Miller, Paul Gillespie, John Hunter, Bill Stratton. Rille GLth Highlighting an active season for the riflemen is the presentation of awards. The P.M.S. and T. award, given to the man who maintains the high- est shooting average for the entire season was presented to John Hunter. The Kenneth Day Award, given to the underclassman who contributes the most to the spirit and leadership of the team went to Don Arkel. Ralph Cameron earned the Club Award, which is given to the man who fires the highest score in a one-time match. Varsity Lettermen in Riflery. Boarding the plane that will transport them to the Southwest Invi- tational at El Paso . . . Kneeling (1 to r) Sgt. Day. John Hunter. Larry Gedney. Second row. . . Sgt. Coffey. Richard Don. Gary Cameron, Paul Gillespie, Don Arkel, Dan Sobrio. me Newman Club . . .first row (1 to r) Marilouse Reynolds, Mary Small, Joyce Casazza, Gentile Hagerty, Janet Lagomarsino. Secon row . . . Kress Harris, Nancy Thomas, Alice Urrutia, Maureen Duffy, Carol Hartoc, Patsy Vieta, Barbara Kettering, Madalin. Sabini, Francie Breen, Marilyn Nelson. Third row . . . Bob Lemon, Ken Munley, Tommy Grady, Bill Muxers, Gene Pieretti, Mike Cannon, Frank Herandes, Phil Hebert, Jim Buchanan, Father McFadden. Fourth row . . . Virgle Buchanrie, Bill Dolan, Pete Breen, Pat Sullivan, Charles Brown, Pete Connley, Bryan W hylan, Kenny Emanual, President. M euMftan etiA QantebaM uf, Qlua 152 Canterbury Club . . . first row (1 to r) Virginia Bath, Nancy Ra p. Pat White, Nancy Pope, Ellie Riesbeck, Second row . . . Taunya II oodford, Lynn Ross, Tricia Hug, Dec Hienbough, Dona If illock, Mary Gcraghty, Judy Graf Ion, Father Kerslcltcr, Kathy Doherty, Barbara Couch, Alan Ross, Ted Moore, Mary Ann Kerstellcr. Gamma Delta . . . Row 1 (1 to rl Kittie Kerr, Karma Anderson, Jean Nichols, Fay Y parraguirre. Row 2 . . . Joan Gansberg, Joanne Mortimer, Gorgean Shad- dock, Jane Mortimer. Row 3 . . . Rev. Armand E. Mueller, Lee Gisclon, Karl Montrose, John Gischon, President. Welleu, fyoundaiitm Q ammo. jbetta Wesley . . . Row 1 (1 to r) Donal Ruth Murphy, Jo Anne Nelson, Janice Pritchard, Kathi Blake, Sheri Uarwood, Betsy Ankers, Marjorie Watkins. Row 2. . . Rev. Floyd Marker, Ram Kalia, Judy Bishop, George Herrel, Dennis Talbott, President. 153 7 ' ill 1 Lambda Delta Sigma . . . First row (1 to r) Jessie DuBose, Linda Lewis, Ellen Cameron, Shenvan Peek, Karen Abbott, Diane Nelson, Gloria Peterson, Margo Bartlett. Second row . . . Dix Christensen, Don Sullivan, Fred Kotter, Donna Lewis, Donna U ebb, Ladd Cropper, Mae Cropper, Helen Sneddon, Iris Van Blarieon, Sue Robertson, Mike Smith, Fred Crook, Ronald Lewis, Bob Peck. Third row . . . Don Hutcheson, Don Nesbitt, Bill Dunham, Don Draper, George Woodward, Terry Leavitt. Kenneth Peterson, Roy Fought, Gary Cameron, Gary Earl. JlamMda 2 eua Bixjma This Morman group had a full and eventful year, highlighted by formal dances and many informal get togethers. Ron Lewis lead this active group. 54 Eta Epsilon . . . First row (1 to r) Ann Parkhurst, Beverly Byrne, Isabel de Lipkau, Kay Kirn, Joanne Pritchard, Diane De Vore, Karmen Johnson, Janice Pritchard. Second row . . . Kay Campbell, Helene Reyburn, Linda Young, Betty Fantone, Linda Dillan, Diane McManus, Gayle Beaman, Margaret Braswell, DilysDoyle. Third row . . . Margaret Reil, Fay Y panaguine, Vol Estes, Jude Commagere, Marybeth Hockel, Jo Anne Nelson, Becky Rose, Janet Blakely, Betsy Ankers, Janice McCormiek, Linda Lewis. Cta fiiila+i Eta Epsilon, a group for Home Economic majors, was just organized last year. Although it is a new organization on campus, the members are very active. President for this year was Carol Dodson. 55 p I f ' , p y aRMMttt Young Republicans . . . First row (1 to r) Bob Armstrong, David Rampoldi, Beverly Wiseman, Linda Bost, Carol Rivkin, Brenda Barns. Second row . . . John Baner, Bob Scott, John Barker, Richard Guinn, Lynn Peterson, Tom Frost, Dick Wiseman. fyauMf Refzttaucattd Young Republican Officers Bob Armstrong. (1 to r) Dick Wiseman, Linda Bost, Bob Scott, Nurses . . . First row (1 to r) Jackie Combs, Bartis Nordloh, Ann Thorburn, president, Janet Riddle. Sec- ond row . . . Amy Sehultz, Joanne Elkin, Jean Fujii, Linda Knobbs, Annette Ezell. Third row . . . Pat White, Marian Ceresola, Mimi Desmond, Helen Alpers, Mary Stewart, Alice Bosen, Ann Jennings. Nevada State A uMel AilaciaUvn Still a young group, its enthusiasm and acti- vity has made it well known on campus. Lead by Ann Thorburn, their successful year was high- lighted by the western state student nurse con- ference which was held at the Orvis School of Nursing on the University of Nevada campus. 57 Delta Sigma Pi first row (1 to r) Joseph Nichelini, Walt Mclntyre, Ron Wiggins, Bill Tyson, Lynn Peterson, Dr. Duffy, Dr. Claunch, Dr. Vietti, Prof. Green. Second row . . . Chuck Dyer, Jack Wong, Bob Van Lydergraf, Dan Winter, Bill Provin, Jim Hay, John Minetto, Larry Oxborrow, Wayne Bowden, Perry Clevenger, Bill McQuaid, Jack Clifford. belta Biama Pi This organization is an national honorary business fraternity. Membership is restricted to men who are business majors. Although this group is one of the newer groups on campus, it has already proved itself by showing leadership and interest in the school. 158 Delta Sigma Pi Officers . . . first row (1 to r) alter Mclntyre, Roy Wiggins, Bill Tyson, Lynn Peterson. Second row . . . Chuck Dyer, President, Jack IT OTlg. Sierra Guardsmen . . . First row (1 to r) David Rampoldi, Robert Collins, Larry Van Hooser, Stuart Nev- ille, Phillip Ebert. Second row . . . Larry Corbett, Ronald Sowerwine, Lester Armstrong, Glen Green, Don Hunt. Third row . . . Sam Glover, John W elch, James Johnson, Ross Ahnholtz, Roy Hibdon. Laurence Sughrue drill leader. Siesta Quandi+nen Lawrence Sughrue lead this group in its many parades this year. They marched and performed with much precision in the Nevada Day, Home- coming, and Governor ' s Day parades. 59 ROTC Band . . . First row (1 to r) Earle Pennington, Alan Bruner, Fred Robertson, Tom Stoner, Barry Langerdorf. Second row Danny Seifers, Bill Moloney, Bob Smith, Randall Christensen, Jim Fee. Third row . . . Wallace Sutherland, Bill Haines, Bob Scott, Charles Manchester, Reuben Palmer. Fourth row . . . Richard Stromatt, John Bria, Lance Gotchy, John Winn. Fifth row . . . Jerry Merrill, Darrell Shevlin, Karl Breckenridge, Jerry Lusk, Bill Rose. Sixth row . . . Roger Van Til, Glen Laughton. Band Director Delmar Dolhier and Drum Major Don Nesbitt. (1. 0. 7. G. Band This band was seen performing in numerous parades — Nevada Day, Homecoming, and Gov- ernors Day. The group was ably directed by Delmar Dolbier and led by Don Nesbitt. 60 Fire Danger Hi SmeiliKj a cfaa twm . fc Sl ta R Chi ' ■ I " ' r g W ( ' n " - ' " r " F ° " ' " « ndB o» O ' DoW. Second row . . . Roy«. Feour Professor Hood, Bob Broun, Robert Ryan, Dr. A. L. Higgenbotham, Professor Keiste Janulis. Don Prilble.Dan ' HaWy Si ma jbelta Qlu PUi GUi r! V ••F irS rOW J, 1 to j) Je ™ Perr ' L j nda B ° st Lynn Aguilar, Judy Johnson. Second Caddy, Marilyn Donnelly, Mary Broun, Dr. Vietti. Gretchen Chemistry Club . . . First row (1 to r) Peggy Meyer, Richard Maffi, President, Beverly Roberson, Pat Ford- ham. Second row . . . Barbara Dailey, Kathy Doherty, Mickey Moran, Sue Robertson, David Truitt, Dr. Kemp, Joyce Truitt, Diana Frugoli. Third row . . . Don Draper, Kenneth Farr, Harry Edwards, Edward Hussey, Duane Gillies, R. J. Morris, Jim Bennett. GU miittuf, Qlua -- 1 «. m C3 o es.s v -. r Crucible Club . . . first row (1 to rl Richard Brittain, Massoud Moecci, Stanley Cothrin, Peter Kleinsorge, Ted Taylor, Richard Hughes, President, Gordon Lyda, William Wright, Phil Hulse, Alexander Bissett, Charles York. Second row . . . Francis Dubois Bill Metscher, Jim Crotcell, Bruce M alone, Richard Corbin, John Locke, Robert Broun, Jim Cress, Wesley Clark, Bob Rommel, Bob Turner, Bob Neuschaefer. Third row . . . Professor Claude Hammond, Harold Beeston, Devan Steinuinder, Dennis Reith, Fred Humphrey, Paul Turner, Harold Newman, Bruce Condie, Professor John Butler. Fourth row . . . Jack Frank, Donn Blake, Abdu Futaih, David Osborne. Professor Anthony Payne, David Hanna, Mike Cleary, Dean Vernon, E. Scheid, Bob Schenk, Clueilxle Gluh This University of Nevada student chapter of American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers enjoyed a successful year under the leadership of Richard Hughes. 163 WRA . . . first row ( 1 to r) Cathy Tuminaro, Lois Chanslor, Carolyn Bell, President, Beverly Bean, Janet Clements, Deanna Yrueta, Doris Fenili. Second row . . . Linda Pearce, Sally Hinds, Kay Barnum, Linda Smith, Alice Urrutia, Gail Price, Norma Fenili. WRA This well-known group enjoyed a very successful year. The members participated in bowling and playing volley- ball, basketball, and soft ball on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. They also sponsored a dessert and other get-to- gethers. 164 ■JMtX (1 to r) Jack Bosta, president; Pat McAdam, «ec.-treas.; and Glen Bates, Vice president. £lu GUL Qfac ii One of the U ' s most active groups, snow skiing in the winter, water skiing in the Spring. This group skied through another successful year, with head skier Jack Bosta in the lead. First row (1 to r) Dick Morris, Norma Jean Halstead, Sara Jane Futeh, Marty Broadhead. Second row . . . Keith Davis, Harvey Lambert, Richard McConaughy, president; Dan Kaminski. C teU GluL 65 -r- EsSfc, " a |P y HIT ' •MS - .- i fK- i Sigma Tau . . . First row (1 to r) Jim McPartland, Bill Dulan, Bill Myers, Harry Bucon, George Boucher. Second row . . . Ronald Byrd, Reid Marshall, Maeshall Broivn, Royce Larson, Pete Aldrich, Bill Wilson. Third row . . . John Lauritzen, Cliff Burroivs, Doug Salter, Prof. McKee, John Kleppe, Gary O ' Neal, Jim Randall. Siifma au Officers Bradley 166 Firs! row (1 to r) Bill Myers, Jim McPartland, Harry Bucon. Second row . . . Bill Dolan, Ralph Mechanical Engineers . . . Row 1 (1 to r) Carl Wright, George Boucher, R. A. Bonci, Eldon Dobyns, Fred Shaft, Jim Gardner, Roger Broivn, David Johanson. Second row ... J. E. Corrigan, Tim Collins, Richard Lewis, Jack Myers, Charles Gerbich, Bill Nixon, Delano Whipple. Third row . . . Professor McKee, Robert Lill, Doug Hoggatt, Allen Gates, Steven Colen, Lee Johnson, Ying Chan. Fourth row . . . Professor Van Dyke, Professor Carlson, Dr. Harris, Doug Salter, John Gisclon, Bruce Ward. AfecAoHdcai £ncj,i teeM Mechanical Engineers Officers . . . First row (1 to r) Roger Brown, Jack Myers, George Boucher. Presi- dent, and Professor VanDyke. Second row . . . Delano W hippie, Fred Shaft. Civil Engineers . . . First row (1 to r) Rhom Kalia, Yvonne Flynn, Gary 0 ' Neal, Murray Gifford, Jake Stroh, Bob Churn, Leonard Yamamoto, Professor Yarborough. Second row . . . Ron Burk, Ron Railand, Carl Jackson, Bill Ellison, Larry Frantzen, Stan Terrell, Rich Trimble, Joe Howard, Dick Young, Bob Duncan. Third row . . . Perry Shirley, Floyd Marcuci, Jerry Kendrick, Jim Wiley, Ray Douglas, John Brook, Tom Trabert, Jim Randall, Jerry Newlin, Chuck Jack, Bob Weishaupt. Fourth row . . . William Rose, Alan Hill, Ron Tobler, Tom Alter, Dave Millard, Jake Compton, Bob Crabtree, Gary Soule, Jack Bilderback, Glen Bates. Fifth row . . . Ed Stone, Doug Hopkins, Paul Lage, David Short. Ciuil ZntfiM U - SI • r jg - 168 Civil Engineers Officers . . . Jim Wiley, Jim Randall, Ron Bird, Stan Terrell, Gary O ' Neal. Electrical Engineers . . . First row (1 to r) Reid Marshall, Ken Olive, John Brown, Frank Trousdale, Royce Larson, William Dolan, William Myers. Second row . . . David Miles, William Denderson, Wilbur Handley, Leonard Gilmore, Marshall Brown, Max Jones, Professor Domingos, Professor Sandorf, Professor Clark, Graham Higgins, William Viani, Tom Sloan, Larry Damon. Standing . . . Ronald Randall, John Dicksen, James McPartland, Tom Whitaker, Ralph Bradley, Frank Tomlinson, John Whis- ler, George Smith, John Kleppe, Joe Shepard, William Wilson, Howard Neilson, Peter Aldrich, Charles Foster, Andrew Des- granges, William Waidman, Jerald Swan, Wilhert Silva, Henry Leonardi, Merlin Puck, Fred Anmand, Berhi McLindon, Charles Loivder, Stanley Becker, William Ebeltoft, Marshall Laivson. CUdbucal Qn iHeefci rv |U»i ,J " n,, lu " C Electrical Engineers Officers Sloan. Reid Marshall, Max Jones, President, William Viani, Tom 69 Beaux Arts . . . first row ( 1 to r) Keith Keller, Prof. Robert Hartman, Don Spaulding. Second row . . . Bada Jackson, Cherky Chang, Joan Arrizabalaga, Ron Moroni, Don Gordon. Third row . . . Mary Herman, Bill Davis, Fourth row . . . Dr. Calvin Gross, Prof. Eduard Yates, David Brann, Terry U ard. Prof. Craig Sheppard, Wanda Armstrong. £ eawx. AnU With paint brushes, charcoals, plaster, and oils these art majors spend their time creating beautiful pictures and beautiful sculpture. HcudMue 71 Many doubts arise while waiting in line. Once your in, the word is hurry, only to wait in another line. A deserted campus, but not for long. s E P T E M B E R You! Could be Mr. Hello-on-the-Hill? ? Whoever named this dance the Icebreaker? Miss Hi and Mr. Hello Blakley and Jerry McCord. Janet Geez! You didn ' t have to kick me. So that ' s where all our punch went. Just one more hi-ball and I ' ll call it a night 174 PLdcja PtedenU Fascinating, isn ' t it? The songleaders cut-up at a pep assembly in their new uniforms OCTOBER Are you sure it won ' t bite? But I want to be a nurse. [{ m mmsmm ■a «i Our lovely candidates for Homecoming Queen were introduced to us: (1 to r) Billi Mac Morris, Tamara Teak, Ann Scott, Judie Smith, and Diana Conton. 176 Wouldn ' t it be fun to spike the punch? A sparkling crown, a bouquet of red roses, and a golden trophy — treasures fit for a queen. We ' ll say one thing for open houses, everyone sure does a lot of talking. These were the people behind the scenes who made this years Homecoming activities mem- orable ones. Homecoming Committee . . . first row (1 to r) Dave Wheeler, chairman, Mary Ann Kerstetter, Betty Jeanne Zyski, Eleanor Bonnen- fant, Roger Joseph. Second row . . . Tim Sughrue, Dave Quinn, Phil Hebert, John Madariaga, Pete Palmer, Bob Brown. Missing . . . Barbara Heward, Bob Van Lydegraf, Lynn Stauts. 177 Another well-earned trophy is claimed by a happy winner. The announcement of the best sorority float was received with varying emotions. Delta Delta Delta " copped " the be9t sorority skit trophy with their homecoming advice to the alumni to " Get Back in the Swim. " WUuutUf Shiii The Alpha Tau Omegas played their way into the judges hearts with their jazzy rendition of ' ' Take Me Back to Dixie. " i A i 6 jrcfc - ssl . m W Cm . ;V1 HhsH rw 1Kl V — 179 A mm B 9 Ik M m pi P itt i - - ■■Hih II A universal homecoming was portrayed by Pi Beta Phi as they took us on a trip " Around the World. " The Sigma Nu ' s in- vited the audience to tiptoe through the tombstones with them during their " Monster Rally. " Artemisia-Manzanita Association pleased everyone with the precision of their beautiful court jesters. ' jd v v A m v y 181 it 9 4 I a a t Kappa Alpha Theta says, " Have Gator, Will Travel " , as their colorful little train, " Casey, Jr. " , brought home the winning trophy. Captain Hook ' s pirate ship with a movable mast, caught the crowds attention; it slipped narrowly under the Reno Arch, cinching the trophy for Sigma Alpha Epsilon. OK GATORS 83 ' ' Paddle the Gators " was the theme for Pi Beta Phi ' s riverboat. - » Pinocchio waves a greeting to everyone from Gamma Phi Beta and assures us that he " ' Nose 1 We ' ll Win " the game. Tri Delts pretty blond mermaids show us how easy it is to " Swamp the Gators. " 184 Phi Sigma Kappa says, " Keep Fighting Nevada " , and win the all important The Sigma Nu ' s gay Mr. Toad, seated high on his bright red satin seat, predicted we would, " Toadal Em Out. " Lambda Chi Alpha, with their rocket ship, showed our " Alumni in Progress. " m » 4 4 185 We never found out what it was that Sigma Phi Epsilon was " Building for Tomorrow. " " Ride on Alums " was the theme of Alpha Tau Omega ' s old-fashioned horse-drawn trolley. A " Welcome to the HilF ' was extended by the Artemesia- Manzanita Association. I know he ' s in here somewhere. t ' K I v - ■ Painting % ..?-. « ' •■J v -f s lip 3 .mesw This is typical of Frosh efficiency. That ' s it kiddies; live it up. 87 1U N m Bombs away . . . Artists at work. You ' ll wonder where the dandruff Went! ,: f 4 « What do you mean it ' s only water! Put me down! 88 l gg! Squaw all wet. N O V E M B E R Okay, III get my chariot out of your parking place. Vou want-uni colored beads? 189 The tribe 190 Adelaide Clifton Kim Miller MiLta up Ball ' $ ■ 4 + Joan Ruark Sigrit Morghen Sandra Busey ,uee t Candidate 191 What the hell are they staring at anyway? Steady there, Grant That ' s what I call precision. A deserving queen walks beneath the traditional Sabr e Guard. The annual Messiah disappointed no one in its excellence. »■ h A- : - I £ £ C ? The main attraction — the model or the clothes? ' M All that and clothes too? - _ J| _- " . B urn j F ' " Mm Hkm Bar ,__ L. , " m " S3 This well-known quartet sang at numerous events during the year. ■m asai = The Sierra Singers sang a number of Christmas Carols. " Twas the night before Christ- inas and all through the pad " . . a la beatnik version. I bet you tell that to every girl. A quiet pause between sips of champagne. An inbetween-dance chat in a cozy corner. n V Mt m U «£-- I Oh-Oh, Here comes that guy to check our I.D. ' s again. J A N U A R Y All you have to do is de- velop a cold just before the test and write all the ans- wers down on kleenex. ■LULL il IB to V ' «B 196 And here is an example of a studious student better known as an average raiser. Oh well, one more F won ' t matter too much. The R.O.T.C. test was easy — that is if you had a cheat sheet or found out the answers beforehand. After finals, the best way to relieve ten sion was a game. My name is Flower. Honestly — how did your gum get in there? 97 F E B R U A R Y Common expressions during registration — hope, despair, and complete bewilderment. Bargain days at Nevada — free (?) education offered today. 98 It wasn ' t like this in the old days. People from many nations mingled in the Student Union during the Olympics. So what ' s wrong with tuna fish sand- wiches? He ' s got the best right hook of anyone on the boxing team. 99 HAIL TO OUR GUESTS • " piRp .a 8 " " Olympic rings blend together on Gamma Phi Beta ' s huge flag. The olympic symbol greets visitors from Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Covered with plastic, a chubby white snowman skies a welcome across the Phi Beta Phi roof. Lambda Chi Alpha pictures a peaceful welcome to all. Kappa Alpha Theta sends a good luck wish to the competing teams. Manzanita Hall displays one of the longest signs proclaiming " Preserve world peace through Olympic games. " A bright welcome from Phi Sigma Kappa. One of our best Winter Carnival committee. . .(1 to r) Susie Petersen, Bob Van Lydegraf, Valerie Estes, John Heward, Chairman, Nancy Thomas, Al P agni, Ben Echevveria. Vf irii of fhc QjvmpUfi Alpha Tau Omega ' s Olympic runner shows the " Spirit of the Olympics " . I ' ll take it! I ' ll take it! What do you mean by saying Nevada isn ' t the best school? Me, dance with you — are you kidding? All for little me? 203 MARCH Take that you villian! Enthusiasm was the by word. Three great AWS candidates ... (1 to r) Diana Isola, Billie Morris, Bonnie Ramos. Say there big boy, don ' t be shy. W. 14. S. A slogan for Phi Sigma Kappa, " Twenty One Anyone. " Try your luck at Delta Delta Delta ' s " Fishin-Fun " — you might win a mermaid. Hit a Theta and win a lei at Kappa Alpha Theta ' s " Hawaiian Sponge Throw. " r ■9 m f I M tt ■... ' • ' i i I ' Jk A guest of honor at the Sigma Nu Saloon was the one and only Maverick. GabtuvGl Who ever thought of a turtle race in the first place? Ridum ' cowboy! How to get an A — buy your prof an ice cream cone. Relieve your tensions by throwing an egg at Theta Chi ' s monster. A P R I L J 3 1 it A WW ' Jtk ■ ' -A «• • . « ♦ ■ 1 »| »-A 41 The appropriate dance for April was the Bunny Hop. Reversables. Aren ' t you carrying this sacrifice joke too far? 207 Not tonight, Romeo ' Suddenly Last Easter ' At the university open house, the Geology depart- ment displayed every roek but the best one . . . a diamond. Isn ' t anyone voting for Alfred E. Newman this time? A £. K. N. Pz ' fy A tea party at Nevada . . . Never? Freckles anyone? 209 Our beautiful royalty includes (1 to r) Emmy Ham Barbara Heward, Mackay Day Queen Beth Boyd, Jea Rivkin and Sharon Teglia. The best in jazz by Dave Brubeck Lovely Queen Beth graciously receives her royal gifts. 210 Loading up for another round. -_ 1 jpp - 1 r ■ He doesn ' t have a chance. ; i»s . Free beer to the winner. ' Toro aqui. Aafle r ' ■• ■ Where did you say he kicked you? 211 Which one is chocolate? Be sure it ' s the right end. Rod 212 Share and share alike. The unsociables. I don ' t know, I only live here. Is it that funny? What do you think I am, a punching bag? Handcuffs? 213 The Mackay Day Luncheon was a big success. Mackay Day Committee . . . First row (1 to r) Joan Ruark, Kim Miller, Nancilyn Sanders, De Armond Sharp, Joyce Casazza, Carol Thiex, Betty Edmondson. Second row ... (1 to r) Ed Allison, Paul Bible, Dave Harris, Pete Breen, Marilyn Nelson, Margaret Eddelman, Al Pagni. 214 Winning Halls of Ivy IfXfiJG, Alpha Iketa £ixfma M U One More for the Road San ieaml 215 - Delta Delta Delta assures us that " Love Is a Many Splendored Thing. " 217 Pi Beta Phi was " Young at Heart " . 218 ' Bill Bailey Meets Mack the Knife " , with the help of Alpha Tail Omega. s A E A T O A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Double trouble. It ' s raining beer. 219 We want more ! Kegged beer isn ' t for me. Who ' s high? L A N P A R T Y OUiacU - " , Race Time to re-tire. Who ' s leading? Second childhood already? t Aas r P . Where ' s my towel? 22 I ' ll bet he can whistle too. The modern generation of 100 years ago. Everyone was happy. I ' d love to! 222 What ' s going on here? Is this the Ipana girl? flusiiat Po m The queen and her attendants: Mary Bandoni, Melinda Mackie, Toni Pimentel, queen, Charlotte Sheldon, Nancy Thomas. ■ ' I 1 Susan Santini Editor ■An ewti ia BtaH Jud Samon Business Manager L Jo Anne Sbragia Class Editor 224 frank Fahrcnkopf Sports Editor ,«f 3 tap? Sharon Lyman Greek Editor Sandy War dell Activities Editor Carol Dodson Assistant Class Editor Sandy Busey Index Co-Editor Dick Morris Photographer Donna Cochran Art Editor Judy Maxsom Organization Co-Editor Judy Stratton Organization Co-Editor Frankie Foley Index Co-Editor — ., Val Estes Faculty Editor f Donal Ruth Murphy Assistant Greek Editor 225 Warren Lerude Editor 226 Sagebrush Staff ... (1 to r) Don O ' Donnel, city editor, Ron Mor- oni, art editor, Dick Morris, photographer, If arren Lerude, editor, Ed Allison, news editor, Dirk Bath, assistant editor, Roycc Feour, sports editor, Ed Martinvz, star reporter. Cecilia Clayton Editor Matthew Rast Business Manager Grace Yori Secretary Brushfire staff ... (1 to r) Dale Donathan, Maurica Osborne, Elizabeth Johnson, Janet Balmain. 227 Senial JfidtosUei Sharon Kay Adler . . . Social Psychology . . . Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; WRA 1, 2, 3; PEM ' s;PsiChi. George V. Allison . . . Carson City . . . Pre-Law . . . Freshman Class Pres., Senator-at-Large 3, 4; SAE 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres 4; Blue Key 3, 4; Coffin and Key 4; Phi Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Who ' s Who 4; Richard Graves Scholarship. Sallie Atcheson . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Psychology . . . Young Republicians 1, 2; Psi Chi 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Cap and Scroll 4; Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4. Charles W. Baker . . . Lovelock, Nev. . . . Biology . . . Biology Club 3, 4: Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; osephine Beam Scholarship; Max C. Fleisch- mannn Scholarship 3, 4. Frances M. Beer . . . Hillsborough, California . . . PE . . . Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Team 1, 2, 3; PEM ' s 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Carnival Powder Puff Chairman. George R. E. Boucher . . . Elko, Nevada . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Sigma Tau 3, 4; ASME 2, 3, 4; SAM 3. Ralph J. Bradley . . . North Las Vegas, Nevada . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2; AIEE; IRE; Sigma Tau 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Elmer Davis Cloogh Engineering Scholarship; Max C. Fleischman Scholarship. Ron Bradley . . . Fallon, Nevada . . . UNCOC 3, 4; WLS Carnival Chairman 4; Theta Chi 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Committee 4; Accounting Club 4. Frances Breen . . . Tonopah, Nevada . . . Elementary Ed. . . . Young Democrats 1, 2, 3 ; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Sagens 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; SNEA 1, 2; Wolves Frolic. Carolyn Brown . . . Reno. Nevada . . . Home Economics . . . Women ' s Upperclass Committee 4; Eta Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Aggie Club 2; Gamma Phi Beta 2, 3, 4. John Monte Brown . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Block N 1, 2, 3 ; Sigma Tau 1, 2 ; Pi Mu Epsilon 1, 2; Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; UNCOC 3, 4; Royal D. Hartung Industrial Education Scholarship. Ann Darlene Bengoa . . . Orovada, Nevada . . . Elementary Education . . . Delta Delta Delta 2, 3, 4; SNEA 2, 3, 4; WRA 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; AWS Council 4; Transfer from College of Holy Names. Jean Best . . . Yerington, Nevada . . . Mathematics . . . Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4, Pres. 4; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Mackey Day Committee 3; Pi Mu Epsilon 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; SNEA 2; Young Republicans 4; Who ' s Who 4; Charles Francis Cutts Scholarship, Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Scholarship, Hawthorne AAUW Scholar- ship. Judy Buck . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Elementary Educa- tion . . . Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 2 ; Roger Williams Fellowship 1, 2, 3, pres 2, 3; Cap and Scroll 4. Richard Capurro . . . Sparks, Nevada . . . Agriculture Business . . . Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rodeo Club 3, 4; Men ' s Upperclas Com- mittee. Sonja Tia Linnea Carlson . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Busi- ness Administration ... Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicians 1, 2, 3, 4; SFAM 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. James Eugene Blakely . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Account- ing . . . Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Sagers 1, 2; President 2; SFAM 3 ; Junior Class Committee 3 ; Winter Carnival 2, 3; PSPA convention 3; Leadership Conference 2, 3. Richard A. Bonci Eng ASME. Reno, Nevada . . . Mechanical Carol Joy Christiansen . . . Sparks Nevada . . . Psy- chology . . . Pep Club 1; Young Republicans 1, 2; Gamma Phi Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Phi Chi presi- dent 3; Election Board 3, 4; Junior Class Sec 3; Jr Class Committee 3; Psi Chi 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; WRA 2; Sagens Scholarship 3; Gamma Phi Pledge Scholar- ship. J. F. Bosta . . . Tahoe Vista, California . . . Gen. Business . . . Phil. Club; Ski Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4; Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastic Team 1, 2. Frank S. Clawson . . . Elko Nevada Foreign Lan- guage . . . Phi Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres 4; Student Judical Council 4; Klute Foreign Language Award; Jewett Adams Scholarship. 228 Diann Coate . . . Denver, Colorado . . . English Educa- tion . . . AWS Council 4; Finance Control Bd. 3; Arte- mesia Staff 2; Executive Council 3; ASUN Sec. 3; Publications Bd. 3; Womans Upperclass Chairman 4; Young Republicans 1; Sagens 4; SNEA 1; Senate 3; Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4. James N. Gardner . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Block N 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau 4; Sundowners 3, 4; Freshman Class Com- mittee 1 ; Mens Upperclass Committee 3 ; Varsity Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Boxing 2, 3; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4; Jewett W. Adams. John Michael Connor . . . Big Pine, California . . . Agricultural Economics . . . Sigma Nu 1, 2; Aggie Club 1, 2; Alpha Zeta Club, pres 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Ralston Purina Scholarship ; Tuition Scholarship 2, 4. Jaci J. Curutchet . . . Winnemucca, Nevada . . . Elem Ed. . . . AWS; Artemesia-Manzanita Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; Rose of Delta Sigma Phi 4; Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Larry Daniel Gedney . . . Fallon, Nevada . . . Geologi- cal Engineering . . . Sigma Tau 3, 4; Theta Chi 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres 2; Varsity Rifle team 2, 3, 4; Crucible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lincoln Hall Assn. 1. Murray Andrus Gifford . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Civil Engineering . . . Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Block N 2, 3, 4; ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4. Nancy Damon . . . Elko, Nevada . . . Elem Ed WRA 1, 2, 3 ; SNEA 4; Jr. Class Committee 3 ; Young Repub- licans 2; Sagens 4; Leadership Conference 4; Gamma Phi Beta 1, 2. 3, 4. William Donald Dolan . . . Babbitt, Nevada . . . Electri- cal Engineering . . . Aiee-Ire; Senate; Newman Club; Sigma Tau; Lincoln Hall ; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Epsi- lon; Royal D. Hartung Scholarship; Max C. Fleisch- mann Scholarship; G. M. Scholarship; Ginsburg Jewelry Award ; Who ' s Who 4. Doug Dobson . . . Vancouver, B. C, Canada . . . Industrial Management . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3. 4 ; SFAM 3 ; Crucible Club. Joanne Dumble . . . Sparks, Nevada . . . Political Sci- ence ... Jr. Class Committee; AWS Fashion Show 4; Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; PEMS 2, 3. Mayer Freedman . . . Las Vegas, Nevada . . . Journal- ism . . .Press Club 2, 3, 4; pres 4; Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4; ASUN Election Board Chairman 4; UNCOC 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 3, 4; Nevada State Press Association Scholarship. Elsa Freitag . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Social Psychology . . . Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4; AWS Council 4; Nom- inating Committee 4; Psi Chi 3, 4. Barbara Lee Foltz . . . Santa Anna, California . . . Busi- ness Education ... Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Dem- ocrats 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Perns 1, 2, 3, 4; SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4. Judy Grafton . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Chemistry . . . Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Sigma Kappa; Chem Club; Ger- man Club; Canterbury Club; Saddle and Spurs; Gins- burg Watch Award; Fleischmann Scholarship 2, 3, 4. Emily Lynn Hanf . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Elem Ed. . . . Gamma Phi Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; pres 4; Womens Upper- class Committee 3; Sagens 3, 4; Leadership Confer- ence 4; WRA 2, 3; SNEA 1, 4; Young Republicans 1. Kress Ryan Harris . . . Reno, Nevada . . . English . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman, Soph., Sr. Class Committee; YWCA 1, 2, 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; pres 4; Election Board 2; AWS Carnival Comm 1, 2 ; Panhellenic Council 2, 3, 4 ; PSPA Convention 3 ; Leadership Conference 3, 4; Sagens 4; Who ' s Who. Richard C. Herman ing . Sparks, Nevada . . . Account- Football; Rifle Team; Delta Sigma Pi. Barbara Heward . . . Winnemucca, Nevada . . . Politi- cal Science . . . Song Leader 1; AWS Representative 2 ; Rally Committee 2 ; Assembly Committee 2 ; W om- en ' s Senator-at-Large 3, 4; Nominating Committee 4; Publications Board 4; Finance Control Board 4; Sen- ate 3, 4; Executive Committee 4; Phi Alpha- Theta 3, 4; Cap and Scroll 3, 1; pres 4; Sagens 4; Homecom- ing Committee 4; Klute Scholarship; Harry Holm- shaw; Scholarship; William O ' Hara Scholarship; Who ' s Who; Mademoiselle College Board 3, 4. David R. Hoy . . . Sparks, Nevada . . . Accounting . . . Boxing Team 2; Jr. Class Committee 3; Sr. Class Com- mittee 4; Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 229 Richard Alan Hughes . . . Potter Valley, California . . . Mining Engineering . . , Crucible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; pres 4; Phi Kappa Phi; Kennec ott Scholarship; Tuition Award. Stephanie M. Maas . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Psychology . . . Ski Club 3 ; Delta Delta Delta 3, 4 ; Womens Upper- class Committee 4; Psi Chi 4; Transfer from Cottey College 3. Bob J. Jenkins . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Electrical Engin- eering . . . Sigma Tau 3, 4; Pi Mu Epsilon 3, 4; IRE 3, 4; AIEE 3, 4; Max C. Fleischmann Major Scholar- ship. Denny Jones . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Metallurgical En- gineering . . . Sagers; Blue Key; Sigma Nu; Sigma Tau. Max LaMar Jones Jr. . . . Gardnerville, Nevada . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class President 2; AIEE-IRE 3, 4; pres 4; Harold Smith Scholarship. George Joseph Kasunic . . . Grindstone, Pa. . . . Phy- sical Ed. . . . Independent 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 3, 4; Basketball Manager 3, 4. Kay Ardis Kelley . . . Carson City, Nevada . . . Busi- ness Ed. ... Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Carnival Committee 3; SNEA 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Majorette 1, 2, 3; Nominating Committee 3; AWS Council 3; Rally Committee 3; PEMS 3, 4; Artemisia Staff 3. Marius Kendall . . . Silver City, Nevada . . . Chemis- try .. . Lincoln Hall Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4; Artemesia Pho- tographer 2; UNCOC 3, 4; Senior Class Committee 4; Josephine Beam Scholarship; Jewett Adams Scholar- ship 3 ; First National Bank Scholarship. Helen Hopper Kuehnert . . . Lincoln, California . . . Elementary Ed. . . . French Club 1 ; Artemesia-Manz- anita Assoc. 1, 2 ; German Club 4. Ragnar Kuehnert . . . Chemnitz, Germany . . . Foreign Languages . . . Gamma Delta 2, 3; UNCOC 3, 4; Ger- man Club 3, 4; Knights Templar Educational Founda- tion Scholarship. Joanne Hyde Kuttler . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Secondary Education . . . Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Theta; AZROR; Cheney Scholarship: Transfer from George Washington University. Gordon R. Lyda hie Club 4. Chehalis, Washington . . . Cruci- Ronald Lynch . . . Reno, Nevada . . . General Agricul- tural . . . Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Aggie Club Rodeo; Agricultural Student Advisor Board; Senator; Alfa Alfa. John Madariaga . . . Winnemucca, Nevada . . . Social Sciences . . . Coffin and Key 2, 3, 4; pres 4; Blue Key 2, 3, 4; Sagers 2; Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; pres 4; Senate 2, 3 ; Jr. Class Committee 3 ; IFC President 3, 4 ; Home- coming Committee 2, 3, 4; Winter Carnival 2, 3 ; Cam- pus Players 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Pres.; University Singers 1, 2; University Band 1, 2; " Kiss Me Kate " ; " Kismet " ; Sheepherders 1, 2; Assembly Committee 1, 2; Rally Committee 2; Student Court Committee; Election Board 2 ; Who ' s Who 4. Richard Stephen Maffi . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Pre- Dental . . . SAE 1, 2, 3, 4; Chem Club pres 4; Upper- class Committee 3, 4. Janis Ann McDonald . . . Reno, Nevada . . . French . . . Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 4; Wom- en ' s Ski Team 1, 2; Winter Carnival Committee 2; Leadership Conference 2; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Klute Scholarship; Jewett W. Adams Scholarship; Ginsburg Gold Watch Award; Exchange to University of Gen- eva, Geneva, Switzerland 3. Marjorie Miller . . . Sacramento, California . . . Home Economics . . . Young Republicans; Eta Epsilon. Massoud " Mac " Moezzi . . . Tehran, Iran . . . Geology . . . Crucible Club; Model United Nations; Transfer from Monterey Peninsula College. Theodore Heidtman Moore . . . Winnemucca, Nevada . . . Accounting . . . Block N 1, 2, 3, 4; pres 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Pi; Who ' s Who; Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; Sr. Class Com- mittee; Canterbury Club; Varsity Track; Student Leadership Conference; Men ' s Upperclass Committee; Jewett W. Adams Scholarship; Frederick Stadmuller Memorial Scholarship. Grace Lucille Nelson . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Physical Education . . . Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1,2; Perns 1,2, 3,4. Harold C. Newman . . . Berlin, Nevada . . . Metallurgi- cal Engineering . . . Crucible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mackay Miner Staff 3; Canterbury Club 1, 2; AIME 3, 4; Henry North Memorial Scholarship; Las Vegas WAAIME Grand In Aid. 230 David Nyquist . . . New York, N. Y. . . .Biology . . . Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Sundowners 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sheepherders; Aggie Club; Biology Club; Young Democrats; Men ' s Upperclass Commit- tee; UNCOC 3, 4. Gary Lewis O ' Neal . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Civil Engin- eering . . . UNCOC 3, 4; ASCE; Sigma Tau; Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2; Josephine Beam Scholarship. Iris Annete Owen . . . Fernley, Nevada . . . Elementary Education . . . SNEA 1, 2, 3; Wesley Fellowship 2. Pat Reynolds . . . Reno, Nevada . . . English . . . Gam- ma Phi Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; AWS President; ASUN Vice Pres. ; Cap Scroll; Sagens: Pan-Hellenic Council Phi Alpha Theta; Chrm Womens Upperclass Com mittee; Student Union Board; Ski Club; Aggie Club Assembly Committee; Frosh Class Committee; WRA Winter Carnival Committee; Mackay Day Committee; Who ' s Who. Sally Ann Riley . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Elementary Education ... Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Model United Nations 3; SNEA 1; Ski Club 2. Larry G. Oxborrow . . . Sparks, Nevada . . . General Business . . . Delta Sigma Pi; Basketball 1. Noel Bruce Parkhurst . . . Lovelock, Nevada . . .Bio- logy . . . Biology Club 1. 2, 3, 4; pres 4; Fleischmann Scholarship. Donald E. Parks . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Agriculture . . . Aggie Club; Rodeo Club; Alpha Aeta Club; Sears Agricultural Foundation Scholarship; Fleischmann Agriculture Scholarship. Grace Payne . . . Berkeley, California . . . Elementary Education . . . ACE 4; Junior Class Committee 3 ; WUS Carnival; Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4. Nancy Rose Petrini . . . Sparks, Nevada . . . English . . . Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; AWS Vice Pres.; AWS Council 4; IAWS Natl. Convention 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Womens Upperclass Committee; Mackay Day Committee 2; PSPA Committee 3; SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4 ; pres 4 ; Natl. Convention 3 ; Artemesia 2, 3 ; Sports Editor 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Cap and Scroll 4; Sagens 4; Senior Class Committee 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; WRA 2, 3, 4; Helon-On-The-Hill Committee 2; Who ' s Who 4; Student Union Board 4; Dick Graves Scholarship; Rita Hope Winer. Edward Petroni . . . Reno, Nevada . . . General Busi- ness . . . Sigma Alpha Epislon; UNCOC 3, 4; Chair- man of Queens Committee Military Ball 4; Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Block N 1, 2, 3, 4; SFAM. Nancy (Hansen) Provin . . . Sparks, Nevada . . .Ele- mentary Education . . . Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2; Homecoming Committee 2; WRA 1, 2; Mackay Day Committee 2 ; PEO Scholarship. William 0. Provin . . . Inglewood, California . . .Per- sonnel Management . . , Block N 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; All Conference 3; Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Del- ta 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4; National Convention 4. Jean Lenore Rivkin . . , Las Vegas, Nevada . . . History . . . Sagens; Senator; Manzanita- Artemesia Assn.; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Theta; Who ' s Who; Chairman Election Board; AWS Council; Junior Class Commit- tee; Assembly Committee; SNEA; Max C. Fleisch- mann; Rose Siler Mathews Scholarship. Ruth C. Cromwall . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Psychology. Lois Rothschild . . . Altadena, California . . . English . . . Young Democrats; Ski Club; Jr. Class Committee; Artemesia-Manzanita Assn. Barbara Jean Ruark . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Business Education ... Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; pres 4; Sopho- more Class Pres.; Sagens; SNEA; Cap and Scroll; PEMS; WRA; Young Democrats; Josephine Macken- zie Award. Jud Samon . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Political Science . . . Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Campus Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Class Committee; Sr. Class Committee; Blue Key 2, 3, 4; Hello-On-The-Hill Committee 3; Activities Parade Chairman 3; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Mackay Day Committee 3 ; Sagers 2 ; Spring Musicals 2, 3 : As- sembly 3; Asst. Business Mgr. Artemisia 3; Business Manager 4; Publications Board 4. Robert Morris Schnider . . . Las Vegas, Nevada . . . Banking and Finance . . . Student Body Pres. of Ne- vada So.; Student Body Vice Pres. of Nevada So.; Young Democrats; Bowling Club; Tennis Team; Ho- gle Co. Scholarship. Fred L. Shaft . . . Vallejo, California . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . ASME 2. 3, 4; SAE 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Student Union Board 3, 4; SFAM 3. Clarence H. Slater . . . McGill, Nevada . . . Agriculture Education . . . Alfa Zela Club; Max C. Fleischmann: Chester A. Brennan Memorial Scholarship. 231 Thomas A. Sloan Jr. . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Phi Mu Epsilon; Sigma Tau; AIEE; Edgerton, Germeshausen and Grier Inc. Scholarship. Carol Theix . . . Carson City, Nevada . . . Business Ed- ucation ... Pi Beta Phi; Sagens; Mackay Day 4; New- man Club 1, 2. Loralee Smith . . . Gabbs. Nevada . . . Elementary Edu- cation . . . Gamma Phi Beta; Eta Epsilon pres 4; Sag- ens; Ski Club; Young Republicans; SNEA; Mackay Day Committee 3; Winter Carnival 3; Leadership 3, 4; Sagens pres 4. Daniel B. A. Sobrio . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Political Science . . . Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Body Pres. 4; Finance Control Board 4; Publications Board 4; Student Union Board 2, 3, 4; Executive Committtee 4; Health Committee 4; Fee Study Committee 4; De- bate 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate 3; Delta Sigma Rho 3, 4; Phi Alpha Theta 4; Blue Key 3, 4; Coffin and Key 3, 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commence- ment Committee 4; Ceremonials Committee 4; Jewett Adams Scholarship; Who ' s Who 4. Sharon Stiff . . . Lovelock, Nevada . . . Physical Edu- cation ... Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Pern ' s 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; AWS Council 2; Student Union Board 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 4; Sagens 2. 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Young Republicans; Harry F. Holmshaw Scholarship; Conna Batt Memorial Scholarship. LeRoy Strawn Delta Sigma Pi. Reno, Nevada B usiness Barbara Swart . . . Reno, Nevada . . . English . . . WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Carnival Committee 2; Delta Delta Delta; Mackay Day Committee 3; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil 3, 4; President 4; Sophomore Class Committee 2; Phi Alpha Theta 2, 3; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Cap and Scroll 4; Sagens 4; Election Board 3; Max C. Fleisch- mann Scholarship. Curtis R. Tang . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Marketing . . . Ski Club; Tennis Team. Sharon Rose Teglia . . . Sparks, Nevada . . . Physical Education ... Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Songleader 1; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; PEMS 2, 2, 3, 4; Pres 4; Sagens 3, 4; Assembly Committee 2; Jr. Class Committtee 3. David Stanley Terrell . . . Wellington, Nevada . . . Civil Engineering . . . ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; pres 5; Lin- coln Hall Assn. 1, 2, 3, i ; pres 4; Sigma Tau 4, 5; Sen- ate 4; Executive Committee 4; Nomiation Committee 4; Men ' s Upperclass 4; Blue Key 4, 5; Coffin and Key 4, 5; Engineers Mines Council 5; Campus Open Mouse Committee 5; Who ' s Who. Edward M. Thomas . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Business . . . Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Sagers 1, 2; Blue Key; Homecom- ing Committee 3; SFAM 3; Blue Key 4. William Ty Tyson . . . Las Vegas, Nevada . . .Business Administration . . . Delta Sigma Pi; Sigma Alpha Epsi- son; SFAM; Mackay Day Committee. William J. Vannoy . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Accounting . . . Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Semenza Scholar- ship; Pat McCarran Memorial Scholarship. William Norman Viani Electrical Engineering . . 1,2, 3, 4; AIEE 3, 4. . . Hawthorne, Nevada . . . IRE 3, 4; Alpha Tau Omega Georgia Weaver . . . Minden, Nevada . . . Physical Edu- cation . . . Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; PEMS 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.Class Committee. Charles H. (Chuck) Walker . . . Sparks, Nevada . . . Chemical Education . . . Block N 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Foo tball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Coffin Key 3, 4; Blue Key 3, 4; UNCOC 3, 4; Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track; Junior Varsity Bas- ketball 1 ; Senior Class President 4. Charles Edward Welch Psychology. . Gerdnerville, Nevada . Sharon White . . . Loyalton, California . . .Political Science . . . Saddle and Spurs 1; WRA 1, 2, 4; AWS Queen Candidates Manager 3; Phi Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4; Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Sharon Ann Wilkerson . . . Elko, Nevada . . . English Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; SNEA 2, 3; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Mackay Day Commit- tee 3; Transfer from Occidental College. Delbert William Wilson . . . Battle Mountain, Nevada . . . Electrical Engineering . . . UNCOC 3, 4; Sigma Tau 3, 4; Lincoln Hall Assn. 1. 2, 3, 4; IRE-AIEE 4. Deanna Woodliff . . . Fallon, Nevada . . . Physical Ed- ucation. . . Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; PEMS 1, 2, 3. 4; Young Republicans. 232 AaAj®n£ti m nti 233 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. - UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS: Art and Science Education Agriculture Engineering Mines Business Administration Nursing Graduate Study DIVISIONS: Evening Adult Study Off-Campus Study Summer School Extension BRANCH: Nevada Southern at Las Vegas for further information, write: DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO 234 fan • . . ft — £ k T .V Kxa :JPKj US J., ' - v ' ' ■ " i- ' .1 .-:. • k W - - V. X lC L S j« iwXi ' " lij i CJ -JN - A-1 I I »£ ♦ SSk ' " %- • ! J) -• t. __--—© An A Sportsman ' s • ' A Sportsmen from all over the world enjoy the superb facilities offered by Newt Crumley ' s Holiday Hotel, the Sports Center of the West. There ' s wonderful pheasant shooting from September to April on the Holiday ' s private, 1,000-acre preserve . . . the Holiday ' s unique sports desk will arrange hunting and fishing anywhere in the world . . . the Holiday sponsors the annual star-studded Mug Hunt, Reno ' s major golf tourney . . . and there ' s a direct sports wire and a huge scoreboard in the Sports Arena, where you can always find the latest scores and sports information. 1 ftn Newt Crumley ' s WMMi Kcho 236 Piosninent A eoadanA pf Lm O KAA OC0y[ _ 0- ftZ ' .-tr ' k TA- e V? €l t at J -7 2- y- ( -.c c {u A { rZu crvU; 237 Stuart Woks (students ana alumni alike) .ways Renos Most Famous Address Where 100 years of hospitality is always backed by courteous and dependable service m J rf DOWN BY THE Ktvetaufe HOTEL IN RENO •x LEE FRANKOVICH, GEN. MCR. 238 „. PktunUt nt A f je€uzaand )kMU Jb 3 tSuM - c7, JLDps 4£ z h j c wO«JU. cuw« VA. S .Wou A -s. ( O.-D. 5. { xj CoJluaJ 1D.i).j. s . (X tua Mtf D. 239 One part — NEVADA PEOPLE — making a cake or making progress depends on the proper blending of all ingredients. To be successful, you must have the assistance of happy, satisfied employees, because they are the people you meet every day while shopping at Sewell ' s. Mix one part— SEWELL ' S STORES — Over the years, Sewell ' s has modernized and added the latest equipment. Today, for your shopping convenience, Sewell ' s is one of the largest and most modern supermarkets in the West. Add — " NAME BRAND PRODUCTS " — A successful grocery business is based on giving people savings on nationally advertised brand merchandise. INGRE FOR A FRIENDSHIP CAKE. SECRET SPICE PORTION — At Sewell ' s you will find selection and quality at prices as low, if not lower, than other so-called advertised specials. Stir-in one part — CONVENIENT LOCATIONS — For any business to progress it must be located in easy to reach areas. There are now twin Sewell ' s in Reno to serve you. Each has a large and uncomplicated parking area, and Sewell ' s Blue Ribbon Boys tote your packages for you. Add one large pinch of — NEVADA HOSPITALITY— This portion is served daily at Sewell ' s. A friendly hello or advice on how to stretch that budget to include a steak for the unexpected guest. Won ' t you take home YOUR portion of Sewell ' s Friendship Cake today? 445 North Virginia Street Winnemucca, Nevada YOUR HOME TOWN GROCER - % TUUK l-IUMI oUtwutu SWELL ' S Elko, Nevada 1331 South Virginia Street Reno, Nevada 240 2r. r • " Lu.PlM? j£+ £, « ? C -M ' weo(crioJ( Inud ., r?2 S. M t y iu-$. ■ Charles E. Flemi , Jr.,M.D . 64 a4 + tyJ) - ' { v A£ . htrvns )q c Trf (- - 7?? x9 V AM 7% If fjfc c zm ? ' ?? yjzz e6J % . L j. jfsfa e 241 . RENO PRINTING COMPANY PRINTERS • PUBLISHERS BINDING • RULING • ENGRAVING Telephone FA 2-2133 124 North Center Street Reno, Nevada 242 Pnaminent Att nMetfA, yk Mj-, 2. ) t fW C trz - yUjU y j C M I | W .fc v r - g y 243 BEST WISHES University of Nevada Class of 1960 gait ' s 244 ■ I. Pia+nine+d Ati M yl iyO z ej? 7 32. Xt w e -, fl ?? ■ { _ £■ - y n - C M. VU a. O 245 goiden ' NUGGET GAMBLING HALL A MARBLE ANP 0U WAHO ANY PALACE KI HT OUT OF THE ; WILD USH t 531lM Flay your favorite game .. . ROULETTE CRAPS FARO POKER TWENTY-ONE BIN O WHEEL Of FORTUNE KENO SCOT MACHINES DUtJZ ttftfUr Nugget Restaurant THREE BARS • ENTERTAINMENT World Famous fOR Fwe foov f All under one roof ilSk THE Till « ' . ' MILLION DOLLAR GOLDEN NUGGET GAMBLING HALL OOWMTOWNlfcS VEGAS 246 i Kennecott Congratulates You A Mortar Board on our symbol, the Ankh, reflects our best wishes to you who are graduating. Kennecott Copper Corporation RUTH and McGILL, NEVADA I Nevada Mines Division 247 IN APPRECIATION To The Graduating Class of I960 University of Nevada i ™C una CLUr BILL FONG 248 LYON COUNTY, Nevada ' s leading county in the production of alfalfa hay, potatoes, honey, onions, and turkeys. Also a large producer of beef cattle, sheep, swine, dairy products and grain. An important livestock feeding area. Fertile land and adequate irrigation water supply. The county also plays an important part in the production of metals and non-metallics. GARDEN SPOT OF NEVADA Where the Land Owns the Water ' - jZyfaokdL- 249 Men, machines and know-how of Isbell ' s team have combined to play a part in the astonishing growth of Nevada this decade. Nevada and Cali- fornia highways, mines, dams, and other heavy construction must go forward, or the states ' development might falter. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY P. O. Box 2351 Reno, Nevada Telephone FAirview 3-7135 250 ARMANKO ' S STATIONERY COMPANY 52 N. VIRGINIA STREET RENO, NEVADA SosnettUruj, At ecu jpsi SametlUwf Old New wheels for the Sears Credit Vehicle . . . Sears Revolving Charge . . . and now available for the first time in Reno to students under 21. Why not come in now ... or when you start the fall semester and place your applica- tion with the Credit Manager. IS 251 QUALITY CARPETING UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY HOOVER CLEANERS NEVER USE ANYTHING BUT A HOOVER TO REALLY CLEAN YOUR CARPETS — ORDER YOURS TODAY WHEN PAINTING YOUR HOME BE SURE TO USE THE BEST Du PONT PAINTS and VARNISHES BAKER ' S FURNITURE HARDWARE 846 B STREET SPARKS, NEVADA Meet your U. of N. Waiters in the popular Golden Rooster Room 252 -E TAHOE The Quick Way... Ship Today it gets there fi TODAY! CHARTERED BUS SERVICE ANYWHERE Call RENO OFFICE 1675 Mill St. FA 9-1147 CARSON CITY AGENCY 302 S. Carson GR 2-3375 MINDEN AGENCY Minden Inn Gardnerville 2351 YERINGTON AGENCY Lyon Hotel Yerington 140 THE GRAY-LINE OF RENO The Gray- Line of Reno No soc a system will bring us happiness, health, prosperity unless it is inspired by something greater than materialism. OWNED AMD MANAGED BY NEVADA PEOPLE ADA BANK COMMERCE BRANCHES IN: RENO NORTH RENO SOUTH RENO SPARKS ELY ELKO AUSTIN PIOCHE McGILL BATTLE MOUNTAIN MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM • MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. REDDY KILOWATT® Your Electric Servant from the SURRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES From The „ n ORSESHOE 229 NORTH VIRGINIA RENO 253 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 Best Wishes First National Bank of Nevada STATEWIDE n over one quarter Resources: l:m- „ jjl,, billion dollars MEMBER: F.D.I.C. helping build a greater Nevada MEMBER: FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Congratulations From SMFORD TRACTOR EQUIP. CO. YOUR INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER DEALER a CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT FARM EQUIPMENT COMPLETE TRUCK LINE ALL ASSOCIATED LINES EQUIPMENT AT ITS BEST a P.O. BOX 1751 NORTH VALLEY RD. Ph. FA 2-8621 RENO, NEV. GENSLER-LEE DIAMOND SPECIALISTS Diamond Rings . . . Diamond Watches . . . Sec the smart new styles ot ony of the Gensler-Lee stores a over California. No money down. Take a full year to pay 156 N. Virginia, Reno 254 Construction Mining Logging and Industrial Equipment Engineering Steel Fabrication General Machine Work SIERRA MACHINERY CO., Inc. 307 MORRILL AVENUE • RENO, NEVADA TELEPHONE FA 3-1301 FOUR STORES TO SERVE YOU RENO STORE SIERRA AT FIRST SPARKS STORE JUST EAST OF THE " V US 40 MAPLE SHOP SIERRA AT FIRST KIDDIE ' S SHOP SIERRA AT FIRST SUNDERLAND ' S QUALITY SHOES for MEN tind BOY ' S 1st and North Sierra Reno THE BOWLARIUM 16 Automatic Lanes Bar, Restaurant, Ball Shop SPARKS, NEVADA " Where the University Students Bowl " LES and SAN OPPIO TOSCANO HOTEL AND BAR Choice of Domestic and Imported Wines and Liquors EXCELLENT ITALIAN DINNERS Cater to Parties ond Banquets Telephone FA 3-6461 238 Lake Street Reno, Nevada REN( C0 " Gm£ unnnmmnn l% RAMOS DRUG CO. 247 CALIFORNIA AVENUE Largest Stock of Imported Wines in Nevada FREE DELIVERY FA 3-4116 Clean Service for Fifty-eight Years " In Reno " Quality Dry Cleaning tor Your Campus Togs RENO LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS CASH-AND-CARRY Special Discount — show your Student Body Card Telephone FA 2-9477 205 East Plazq St. 255 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 Baldw n Pianos Hammond Organs Conn Band 1 nstruments EMPORIUM OF MUSIC " EVERYTHING IN MUSIC " Telephone FA 3-3452 214 N orth Sierra Street Reno, Nevada Broili ' s NEVADA MACHINERY ELECTRIC CO. DEALERS FOR Zenith Radio TV Frigidaire Refrigerators, Washers Range Dryers DISTRIBUTO R FOR General Electric Lamps, Lighting Fixtures, Gift Ware ALL STANDARD ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 301 South Virginia St. Reno Phone FA 3-3601 Phone FA 2-9967 HOUSE OF 7 to 15 WOMEN ' S and JUNIORS ' APPAREL SIZES SEVEN TO FIFTEEN ONLY FORMALS — PARTY DRESSES 142 N. Sierra St., Reno, Nevada SANTA FE HOTEL We Cater to UNIVERSITY PARTIES and BANQUETS DURKEE TRAVEL BUREAU 250 West First Street and Holiday Hotel Office - 1 1 1 Mill St. FISHING • HUNTING • ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT SKIING MT. ROSE SPORTING GOODS INC. 132 W. SECOND STREET RENO, NEVADA PHONE FA 3-5717 NEVADA PHOTO SERWX PHOTO FINISHING AND ENLA| PICTURE FRA! um 1-255 SIERRA ST. RENO NEVADA SOUVENIRS- -INDIAN JEWELRY DIALS 3T1 256 PIONEER TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEVADA State-Wide Title and Escrow Service FALLON • ELKO RENO LAS VEGAS CARSON CITY EASTERN COUNTIES Serving Nevada Since 1903 LG. 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, Nevade THE SECURITY NATIONAL BANK OF RENO No service charge on checking accounts for U of N STUDENTS • 180 West First Street Reno, Nevada THE FAVORITE MEETING PLACE LITTLE WALDORF RENO, NEVADA Lance Ed Dick John Compliments of . . HARRY ' S USINESS MACHINES INCORPORATED BUSINESS MACHINES OFFICE FURNITURE Horry S. Foote, Manager 323 West Street Reno, Nevada PARTS and AUTOMOTIVE ACCESSORIES WILLARD BATTERIES and SEAT COVERS at 635 N. SIERRA STREET • PHONE FA 3-0318 RISSONE ' S Nevada ' s Leading Recappers TIME TO . re-tire Gasoline - Oil - Lubrication R 1 U.S. Pal. Of. I I EAST FOURTH ST. Phone FA 29409 FISK TIRES 141 WEST FOURTH ST. Phone FA 3-5422 Headquarters for Pendleton Woolens, Stetson Hats Levis - Lees Hyer and Justin Boots RKE8I lOO N.CErVTEO. STREET 200 North Center Street Reno, Nevada ' ' Your Home Should Come Fir si " Telephone FA 2-3496 432 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada 257 t Oil REFRIGERATION ENGINEERED SALES AIR CONDITIONING DEPENDABLE SER W ICE JOHN " = BUD RENO NEVADA 1996 South Virginia Phone FA 3-2146 Headquarters for Hardwares and Homewares SHELLY ' S HARDWARES Greenbrae Shopping Center in SPARKS Village Shopping Center in RENO Garden Supplies • Paint • Giftwares PATERSONS MENS and BOY S WEAR Styles of Tomorrow . . . Today NEVADA TRANSFER WAREHOUSE CO. Store Your Luggage and Personal Effects With Us — Low Rates — 440 Valley Road FA 3-4191 ROYAL TIRE CO. RECAPPING 1 Day Service FA 3-8621 655 SOUTH VIRGINIA • RENO RENO LAUNDROMAT Two Locations KEYSTONE LAUNDROMAT 898 West Fifth FA 3-7922 RENO LAUNDROMAT 25 LaRue at South Virginia FA 2-7424 LANZ RENO, INC. 221 NORTH VIRGINIA FA 9-2556 Nvczrx across rue stmet from haroioj ctuB " RENO norm ofj iw r AWFllL AlVfyL ' sandwich K. MFAt in ntup " piuA (L fitAWT seRV W6 °f) FRENCH FRICi WE BAKE OHK Wl M»IY Wft»« M CrOFUl 258 PLUMBING — HEATING — AIR CONDITIONING Sales - Service L SAVAGE SON INC. Telephone FA 3-4193 628 South Virginia Street Reno, Nevada Largest Stock of Fine Watches, Diamond and in Nevada Silverwa re R . HERZ BRO. INCORPORATED Jewelers Serving rhe University Since 1885 Telephone FA 3-2122 15 North Virgi nia Street Reno , Nevada 698 FOR FC EST STREET )URTH AND VINE 15th AND PRATER WAY RENO SPARKS Welsh ' s Bakery, Inc. Baked in Reno Welsh ' s Is Good Bread Best Wishes to the Graduates FLOWER BOX 432 E. 4th ST., RENO Jt PIZZERIA COCKTAIL LOUNGE ESTINAS The Outstanding Pizza Making Establishment in the West. SPAGHETTI RAVIOLI 2800-2810 S. Virginia — Phone FA 3-7239 — Reno. Nevada " All foods delivered piping, hot to your table " Ginsburg Jewelry Co. AGENTS FOR OMEGA WATCHES 133 No. Virgima St. Reno 42 East First Street Telephone FA 3-4567 Reno — Nevada 259 RIVERSIDE FLOWER SHOP in the RIVERSIDE HOTEL " The flower shop for the students at the U. of N. C. J. McDonald J. G. Dunseath DUNSEATH KEY COMPANY DOOR HARDWARE SERVICE LOCKSMITHS Telephone FA 3-4372 24 West Douglas Alley Reno, Nevada TOWN COUNTRY BOWL 24 AUTOMATIC LANES COFFEE SHOP DINING ROOM BALL SHOP 3390 South Virginia FA 3-5858 CONGRATULATIONS MAGIC CLEANERS 58 Million Times A Day SIGN OF GOOD TASTE Shoshone Coca-Cola Bottling Co. RENO HARDWARE HOUSEWARE POWER TOOLS RENO MERCANTILE _». SIERRA AT COMMERCIAL ROW PH. FA 2-3454 SPORTING GOODS . . . ...ACME PAINTS FEATURING W fi Jffl BRAND 144 KOHTM gg sood»§»2S NAME ' ' ? SHOES Reno, Nevada READY-MIX CONCRETE CO. Congratulations Reno Nevada 260 MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS SHOE OUTLET STORE AMERICAN SHOE CO. Reno, Nevada SHOES AND SOCKS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY OPEN— FRI. NIGHTS ' TIL 8:30 P.M. 822 S. VIRGINIA ST. Telephone FA 3-7364 FA 3-0397 HAMILTON 31 WEST SECOND STREET PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE ALWAYS fashions for young living MENS ' and WOMENS ' SHOPS SECOND AND VIRGINIA Congratulations and Best Wishes from the NEW COLONY CASINO 254 NORTH VIRGINIA 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 Telelphone FA 2-9129 SPARKS 820 " B " Street Telephone EL 5-8361 Congratulations to The Graduating Class . . . RICHARDSON-LOVELOCK, Inc. 35 EAST 4th STREET — RENO — Nevada ' s Largest One-Stop Automotive Center Commercial Views Press - Aerial Weddings - Publicity Advertising Photog Views raphy GENE CHRISTENSEN PHOTOGRAPHER FINE PORTRAITS STUDIO 140 No. Virgin a St. Phone FA 3-5504 Reno, Nevada vg WALKER BOUDWIN CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION REMODELING Phone FA 3-5311 624 E. Fourth Street Reno, Nevada 261 MOLTZEN ELECTRIC CO. 275 S. Virginia St. Reno HILPS DRUG STORE 127 N. Virginia — Reno 938 B Street — Sparks THE WONDER 135 N. Virginia St. Reno large and Tall — We Fit Them All TOM JOYCE - Floors Distinctive Floor Coverings Best of Luck A. S. U. N. BOOK STORE " The Friendly Book Store in the Middle of the Campus " Telephone FA 2-5081 Student Union Building Reno, Nevada 262 MARTIN IRON WORKS Inland Chemical Supply RENO • I MILLER • TOWN COUNTRY • DELISO DEBS SHOES CAPE2IO • SBICCA • SPALDING • NEVADA SHEET METAL RENO NEVADA 2001 TIMBER WAY L R. Springmeyer Equipment Co RENO NEVADA PIONEER EQUIPMENT CO. 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LANDER COUNTY P. 4-UES g . JEUKIHS 267 COMPLIMENTS of ELKO COUNTY HEART of NEVADA ' S CATTLE INDUSTRY 268 Zlka Gaunty ELKO BROADCASTING Radio KEIK Best Wishes From the STOCKMEN ' S HOTEL Elko ' s Newest and Finest A bu dtij i i ELKO ENTERPRISES, INC. • COMMERCIAL HOTEL • RANCHINN ELKO, NEVADA On U. S. Highway 40 AIAZZI CHEVROLET Gates — U. S. Royal Delco Your Best Choice CARLIN .... 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GARAGE Chevrolet-Buick Dealer GARDNERVILLE DRUG STORE Prescriptions Vet Supplies MINDEN DRY GOODS SHAW ' S SEED, FEED FARM SUPPLY CARSON VALLEY DRUG Phone 4092 — Minden 273 -: ' .am VC ' ' ' " ' NHi V . • " ♦ P.cture 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. SILVER QUEEN BAR THE C AST LE BUCKET OF BLOOD DELTA SALOON AND CAFE VISITOR ' S BUREAU THE FAMOUS CRYSTAL BAR TOTEM TRADING POST S A Z A R A C 274 BUHHaHl COMPLIMENTS OF CHURCHILL COUNTY NEVADA ' S LARGEST FARMING DISTRICT BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Amelio Bell R. J. Kolstrup Delbert Stewart 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 " 275 HArrison 3-0232 WEDNESDAY SALE 11:30 A.M. 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GRANT 209 SOUTH MAIN Las Vegas, Nevada CONGRATULATIONS Graduating Seniors REX BELL ' S FRONTIER STYLINGS SPORTSWEAR TWO LOCATIONS RENO, NEVADA LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 279 GREETINGS TO THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA from STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY Henderson, Nevada INDUSTRIAL CHE MICA SINCE 1 885 L S CATTLE FEEDING HAY GRAIN SALES MUNK BROS., INC. FARM CONTRACTING Telephone CR 3-2113 Lo velock, Nevada 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 280 Always the same i 281 FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION INDEX Adams, James E. . . . 11, 12 Armstrong, Charles J. ... 9, 9 Backman, Carl W. ... 16 Baker, Bernard R. ... 13 Barnes, George ... 16 Barnes, Roberta ... 10 Barry, Capt. Thomas ... 15 Basta, Samuel M. ... 10 Bauer, Marjore ... 15 Beesley, E. M 15 Behrenz, W. ... 12 Blincoe, Clifton R 12 Blodgett, H. B. . . . 11, 13 Bohlman, B. ... 12 Bonell, John ... 13 Borda, John ... 16, 116 Broten, George A. . . . 16, 92 Brown, Harold N 13 Brownfield, Dorothy ... 14 Bvrd, Clarence ... 10 Butler, John N. . . . 103 Button, Dorothy ... 15 Carlson, James J. . . . 13, 167 Carrico, John L. . . . 15, 143 Cassard, Daniel W 12 Chase, Harry M. Jr 14 Christensen, Howard H. ... 13 Clark, Glen H. . . . 13, 169 Claunch, Sidney J. . . . 158 Clute, Robert E. ... 14 Coffey, Sgt. ...15, 115, 151, 151 Connor, Rodney V. ... 13 Cooney, Donald G. ... 12 Cords, Howard P. ... 12 Cornwell, Mary Ruth ... 14 Claunch, S. ... 12 Dana, Richards ... 16 Dandini, A. 14 Dankworth, Richard ... 16, 92, 93, 94, 95, 120 Day, Sgt. ...15, 115, 151, 151 Day, WillardF.,Jr. ... 16 Demers, Maurice ... 15 Deming, Meryl W 13 Dickinson, David ... 13 Domingos, Henry • • • 13, 169 Driggs, Don W. . ' . . 14, 24 Duffy, Kathryn H. . . . 12, 158 Dupree, E. ... 12 Eccles, Samuel F. ... 16 Eckert, D. ... 12 Edsall, Floyd L 16, 92, 93, 94 Eldridge, Paul R. ... 13 Elliott, Russell R. ... 14 Ellmore, Roland T 16 Erquiaga, Trini ... 11 Falk, Evelyn D. ... 15 Fant, June ... 12 Felshin, Janet R. ... 16 Fleming, C. ... 12 Fjeldsted, Boyd ... 12 Foote, W. Darrell ... 12 Frank, Wayne T 12 French, Carolyn S. ... 13 Fulcher, Glen D 12 Gifford, Richard D. ... 12 Gilkey, Helen H. . . . 11, 15 Gimlett, James I. ... 14 Goddard, Harold ... 15, 143 Gorrcll, Robert M 13 Gottardi, John R 14 Graves, Levcrn ... 12 Greene, Martin S 12, 158 Grieder, Tbeodorc G. Jr. ... 13 Griffin, Robert Stuart ... 16 Cross, Calvin D 170 Grubbs, Hazel A 13 Haddad, Marie N. ... 15 Halberstadt, William H. ... 15 Hammond, Claude W. . . . 14, 103 Harris, Everett W. . Hartman, Robert L. Hartley, M. ... 12 Hayden, Perry W. . . Herman, George M. Hickman, Felton . . . . 13, 167 . . . 12, 170 .10 ...13 15, 143 .14 14 16 .14 ... 16, 92, 126, 126 16,92,92,116 Higginbotham, A. L. . . . 14, 161 Higgins, Graham S. ... 13 Hill, James J. ... 11 Hoga, M. . . . 15 Hollin, R. ... 13 Holstine, Garold . . . 11, 13 Hood, Robin ... 14, 161 Horn, Marilyn J. ... 14 Houwink, Willem ... 12 Hoyt, James M 12 Hughes, J. ... 15 Hume, Robert A. ... 13 Hutcheson, Austin E. ... 14 Irwin, Ralph ... 11 Janulis, Keiste . . . 14, 161 Jensen, Edwin H. ... 12 Jones, Lowell L. ... 12 Jones, Sgt. ... 15 Kemp, Kenneth C. . . . 13, 162 Kerner, George ... 15 Kersey, Robert ... 10, 25 Kersten, Earl W. Jr 14 Kline, Lawton B. Kramer, Fritz L. . Lane, Barbara J. . . . Lane, Bernard O. . . La Rivers, Ira ... 12 Laughter, Robert J. Lawlor, Glenn J. . . . Leifson, S. W. . . . 16 Leonard, Chelton... 112, 113 Livsey, H 100 Macy, Wm. Keith ... 15, 147 Martie, John E 16 Martin, Thomas R. ... 12 McKee, Robert B 13, 166, 167 McMurray, George R 14 McNabney, James ... 10 McQueen, Robert A. ... 16 Melz, Christian F 14 Metten, Charles L. ... 16 Miller, William C. . . . 16, 24 Moblev, Elaine ... 10, 20 Moore, C. ... 12 Moose, J. E. ...11 Morgan, John B. ... 13 Morris, Robert J 13 Morrison, John W. ... 13 Mowrer, Zada lone ... 16 Mozingo, Hugh N. ... 12 Murray, A. Keith ... 16 Myles, George A. ... 12 Myles,JackT. ...14 Nelson, Harve P. ... 14 Nutty, I. ... 13 Oakley, Chauncev W. ... 15 Olivas, James... 92, 105,105 Orcutt, Richard G. ... 13 Owsley, Major Homer, Jr. ... 15 Pavne, Anthony L. . . . 103 Padcen, R. ... 12 Peterson, B. ... 12 Pierotti, Robert A 13 Plumlev, Alden J....12 Potter. Donald G. . . . 13,149 Reed, Calvin H 13 Roberts, James S. ... 14 Robertson, Jos. H. ... 12 Roelofs, Robert T. ... 15 Rogers, James ... 1 1 Ronan, Lt. Col. Charles ... 15 14 16, 92, 100, 100, Ruff, C. ... 12 Russell, Ruth Irene ... 16 Ryser, Fred A 12 Sala, John ... 11 Sandorf, I. J. . . . 13, 169 Scheid, Vernon E. . . . 11, 14, 103 Schulz, O. ... 12 Scranton, Chester M. ... 16 Secord, Paul F. ... 16 Seim, H. Jerome ... 13 Sellers, Mary H 16 Sheppard, J. Craig . . . 12, 170 Shepperson, Wilbur S. ... 14 Shirley, Jack ... 11 Silberman, Gerald ... 15 Sill, Richard C. ... 16 Seemmons, David B. . . Seuferle, Dr. . . . 12, 24 Sonnemann, W. . . 12 Spencer, Jackson M. . . 116 St. Clair, Sgt 15 Terry, Alice ... 11 Tibbitts, F. Donald ... 12 Tigner, James L. ... 14 Tisserand, Paule C. ... 14 Titus, Louis ... 12 Tompson, Robert N. ... 15 Trachok, Richard M. . . . 16, 92, 93, 94, 95, 124, 124 Tripple, Patricia A. ... 14 Tucker, Thomas T. ... 13 Twitts, V 12 Van Dyke, James R. . . . 13, 167, 167 Vanni, D 12 Van Tassel, William V. ... 13 Vietti, Edward M. . . . 12, 158, 161 Ward, Capt. Walter J. ... 15 Weems, Robert C 12, 11 Weeth, Howard J 12 Wells, Helen L. ... 14 White, Elizabeth B. ... 14 Whorton, J....12 Whittemore, Robert G. . . . 13, 149, 149 Willey, R. DeVerl ... 13 Williams, Loring R. ... 13 Williams, Ronald R 15 Wilson, Richard E 12 Winston, John S. ... 14 Wittwer, Eldon ... 12 Wofford, Ben M. . . . 12 Wood, William R. ... 10 Woods, Charles P 12 Woods, Hernando J. ... 13 Worlev, R. Edwin ... 16 Wulkjerry ... 10 Yarborough, Keith A 13, 167 Yates, Edward W. . . . 12, 170 STUDENT INDEX — A— Aalbu, Janice Lea . . . 48, 128 Abbott, Karen ... 36, 149, 154 Adams, Marcia Belle ... 48 Adler, Sharon Kav ... 30, 72 Aguilar, Lynn . . .48, 72, 161 Ahlswede, Jan ... 70 Ahlswede, Joyce Anne ... 42 Ahntholz, Ross Chart . . . 159 Aidans, Alex ... 48 Albright, Donna Dolores ... 42, 149 Aldrich, Peter Starkey Allen, David Robert . . Allingham, David M. . Allison, Edward Earl 142. 226 Allison, George Vine, 30,57.7,84 214 Alpers. Helen Marie 30, 166, 169 . 36, 84 . . 36, 82 . . . 84, 102. 139, Jr 19. 24, 26, Alter, Tommv E. . . . 167 . 48, 128, 157 282 9S Anastassatos, Alexandra (Alex) ... 36, 136 Ancho, George ... 76 Anderson, Karma Lynn ... 48, 72, 153 Anderson, Ronald Jack ... 23 Ankers, Betsy ... 48, 153, 155 Annand, Frederick Charles . . . 169 Applewhite, Sherry . . . 147 Arkell, Donald Robert . . . 115, 151, 151 Armstrong, Carol Louise ... 36, 74 Armstrong, Janice Mae ... 36, 128 Armstrong, Lester Fount ... 48, 159 Armstrong, Robert Earl ... 25, 28, 38, 82, 156, 156 Armstrong, Wanda Ella . . . 170 Armuth, Richard Falk ... 23, 94, 96 Arrizabalaga. Joan Frances . . . 170 Atcheson, Sallie ... 20, 30, 74, 140, 148, 148 Atkinson, Raleigh Moves ... 94 Avansino, Marcia Rae . . . 42, 72 Aytes, Merrilynn Jeanne ... 42, 74 — B— Backes, Virginia I. . . . 48, 128, 143 Backus, Robert Wolcott ... 48, 84 Backus, Rose Lu . . . 48 Bailev, Brynne Alice ... 28, 36, 72 BaileV, Kathleen Liane ... 25, 27, 36, 42, 66,72 Bailev, Philip Eugene ... 36, 76, 116, 117 Baker, Charles William ... 30, 141 Baldini, Daniel Frederick ... 84, 95, 96 Bailev, Kathleen ... 128 Balmain, Janet Bettv ... 30, 147, 227 Bandoni, Mary Ethel ... 22, 36, 128, 223 Baner, John . . . 156 Barengo, Robert Rosmino ... 48, 86, 132 Barker, John Angus K. . . . 23, 42, 82, 132, 156 Barkley, David Allan ... 42, 86 Barnard, Lucv Hastings (Bonnie) . . . 48, 72 Barnes, Brenda Alicia . . . 48, 74, 156 Barnum, Kay . . . 42, 72 Bartholomew, David C. . . . 48, 84 Bartholomew, Sue Ann ... 48, 128 Bartlett, David Wayne ... 36, 86, 139 Bartlett, Gary Richard ... 30, 86 Bartlett, Margo Ann ... 48, 74, 154 Batchelder, Margaret ... 30 Batchelor, Terry Wayne ... 42, 94, 99 Bates, Glen Dale ... 36, 165, 167 Bath, Charles Richard ... 226 Bath, Virginia E. . . . 48, 74, 152 Bauer, John Frederick . . . 48, 82 Beaman, Gayle Rae ... 48, 72, 146, 146, 148, 155 Bean, Beverly Ann ... 42, 72, 164 Beazley, Michael ... 42 Becker, Stanley Martin . . . 169 Beeghly, Janice Fay ... 22, 36, 72 Beeston, Harold Edwin . . . 103 Bell, Carolyn Marie ... 42, 72, 136, 148, 164 Bell, Vance Nichols ... 42, 86 Bengoa, Ann Darlene . . . 20, 30 Benish, Jacquelyn L. . . . 48, 128 Bennett, James Edward ... 48, 79, 132, 162 Bennetts, John Palsgrove ... 30 Bergman, Eleanor L. . . . 48, 70 Berry, Jerry ... 30 Bersheid, Dewey ... 30 Best, Jean Catherine ... 30, 57, 74, 141 Beyer, Hanne Louise . . . 42, 128 Beynon, William John ... 48, 76, 132 Bianchi, William Benjamen ... 42 Bible, Paul Alfred ... 42, 76, 214 Bilderback, Jack Lee . . . 167 Bishop, Judy . . . 153 Bishop, Katheren Lee ... 27, 74, 84 Bishop, Richard Laurence ... 36, 82 Bissett, Alexander . . . 103 Black, Carroll Rodney ... 94 Black, Fred Edward ... 36, 86 Blake, Donn Ingraham . . . 103 Blake, Jeffery Donner ... 42, 80 Blake, Kathryn Irene . . . 143, 153 Blakely, James Eugene . . . 30, 86 Blakely, Janet Anna ... 48, 70, 155, 173 Blakemore, Ronald Edward . . . 110, 110 Blatt, Marcia Lynn ... 48 Bliss, Joe . . . 105, 106, 106, 109 Boden, Gerald Irving ... 20, 36, 76, 134 139 Bohlman, Robin Lee ... 48, 136 Bonci, Richard Arthur . . . 30, 167 Bonnefant, Eleanor Maxine . . . 28, 36, 70, 177 Booth, Effie May D 30 Borer, Linda Rae ... 48, 128 Boscovich, Brenda Geraldine . . . 36, 72 Bosen, Alice . . . 157 Bost, Lynda Leigh ... 42, 147, 156, 156, 161 Bosta, Jack ... 30, 137, 165 Bosta, John Franklin ... 86 Botsford, Harry James ... 48 Boucher George . . . 30, 166, 167, 167 Bowden, Wayne Leroy . . . 36, 158 Boyd, Elizabeth Ann ... 30, 62, 66, 138, 149, 210, 210 Bradley, Ralph Jr 30, 141, 166, 169 Bradley, Ronald Paul ... 22, 28, 30, 89, 139 Bradv, Dave Melvin ... 99 Branchi, Bill ... 76 Brann, David Robert . . . 170 Brannen, Barbara Joyce . . . 26, 136, 148 Braswell, Margaret L 48, 128, 155 Breckenridge, Karl Fred ... 48, 86, 160 Breen, Frances Ingram . . . 30, 72, 138, 152 Breen, Peter Ingram ... 30, 58, 80, 134, 135, 152, 214 Brennan, Martha Gay ... 30, 72, 138 Bretthauer, Erich Walter ... 30 Bria, John George . . . 143, 160 Brittain, Richard Campbell . . . 103 Britton, Robert Edward . . . 147 Broadhead, Marty . . . 165 Broderdorf, Ronald William ... 30, 84, 139 Broer, Barbara Jo ... 25 Broer, James Michael . . . 48, 130 Bronson, Jim ... 48, 86, 94, 97 Brooke, John Roy . . . 167 Brooks, Patsy Jane ... 48, 70 Brown, Carolyn Elizabeth . . . 30, 70 Brown, Charles . . . 152 Brown, Edwin Whitney . . . 42, 84 Brown, Georgia . . . 48, 128 Brown, John Monte ... 30, 86, 137, 139, 169 Brown, Marsha Diana ... 48, 128 Brown, Marshall ... 30, 166, 169 Brown, Mary Catherine ... 42, 128, 143, 161 Brown, Paul Lewis ... 30, 143, 147 Brown, Robert Dale ... 38, 103, 161, 177 Brown, Robert Sterl, Jr. ... 86 Brown, Roger Purcell ... 25, 30, 84, 167, 167 Brown, Russell J 4 2, 132 Brown, Sandra Jean . . . 48, 128 Browne, Bud ... 76 Bruner, Allan LeRoy ... 48, 130, 143, 160 Brust, Lynne Eltz . . . 126, 126 Bryant, Karin Ray ... 48, 128 Bucan, Harry . . . 30, 166, 166 Bucchianeri, Virgil Attilio . . . 21, 147, 152 Buchanan, Doug . . . 48, 79 Buchanan, James A. . . . 152 Buck, Judith Ellen ... 30, 140 Bullis, Gary Girwin . . . 23, 25, 43, 76, 132 Burgess, William Douglas . . . 42, 76 Burk, Ron ... 167 Burkham, Marilyn Joy ... 48, 70 Burrows, Clifford Newton ... 36, 80, 139, 166 Busey, Sandra Ann ... 42, 191, 225 Byington, Barbara ... 20, 20, 22 Byrd, Ronald Dallas . . . 166, 167 Byrne, Beverly . . . 155 Byrne, Robert Leonard ... 30 — C— Caddy, Gretchen . . . 161 Cahill, Carl Richard ... 48, 86 Caldwell, James Brent ... 42, 130 Cameron, Ellen . . . 154 Cameron, Gary . . . 151, 154 Cameron, Ralph Gerald . . . 115, 151 Campbell, Kay . . . 30, 155 Campbell, Patricia Anne . . . 36, 128 Campbell, William Whitney ... 84, 142 Canepa, Arlene Elizabeth . . . 48, 150 Canepa, Darlene Catherine . . . 48, 150 Cannon, John Michael . . . 36, 152 Capps, Donald Louis . . . 150 Capurro, Charles Richard . . . 30, 76, 150 Carlson, Fred Henry . . . 30, 142 Carlson, Sonja Tia Linnea . . . 31, 74 Carpenter, Myron . . . 116, 117 Carrara, Sandra Ann . . . 48, 74, 136 Carrigan, Joseph Edward ... 31 Carstensen, Carl Martin . . . 49, 130 Casazza, Joyce Evelyn . . . 20, 22, 36, 70, 149, 152, 214 Case, Thomas Stanley . . . 49, 112, 114, 121 Casey, Mitchell Thomas ... 42, 82 Cassas, Frank . . . 42, 76 Cassinelli, Elynor Lee . . . 42, 70, 143 Castro, Hank Lee . . . 49, 76 Gate, Dudley George . . . 86, 132 Cavanaugh, John Edward ... 49, 86, 132 Ceccarelli, Raymond Leo ... 31, 80, 141 Cecchi, Geoffrey Victor . . . 42, 76 Ceresola, Marian L. . . . 157 Challender, Robert Stanwyck . . . 120, 122, 122 Chambers, Dolores Winifred . . . 31, 72 Chambers, Howard Paul ... 84 Chan, Ying Dard . . . 167 Chang, Cherk Hwa . . . 170 Chanslor, Lois Sue . . . 49, 70, 136, 164 Cheney, Larry Truman . . . 42, 84 Chesi, Sharon Lee ... 49 Chester, Charles Arthur ... 31 Christensen, Dix Howard ... 36, 79, 154 Christensen, James R. . . . 143, 147, 160 Christensen, Rober Wayne . . . 20, 36, 84 Christiansen, Carol Joy . . . 26, 31, 70, 141 Churn, Robert B 167 Clack, Mary Lane ... 49, 74 Clark, Wesley ... 103 Clawson, Frank Stewart ... 21, 31, 130 Clayton, Cecilia Ann . . . 227 Clayton, Kenneth E 49, 80 Cleary, John Michael ... 31, 89, 103 Clem, Larry Rodger ... 82 Clem, Ray Gordon . . . 42, 147 Clemans, Barbara R 49, 128 Clements, Janet Susan . . . 42, 164 Cleone, Bonnie Dorothy . . . 42, 150 Clevenger, Brenda L. ... 49 Clevenger, Perry Eugene ... 36, 158 Click, Donna Lea ... 42, 70, 149 283 Clifford, Jack Ray... 158 Clifton, Adelaide ... 191 Clock, Charles Eugene . . . 36, 84 Coate, Mary Diann .. . 20, 28, 31, 58, 138 Cobb, Tyrus William ... 25, 86 Cobbley, Sara Marilyn . . . 49, 70 Cochran, Donna Lee . . . 225 Coffin, Philip L. ... 36 Colen, Steven Alfred ... 31, 142, 167 Coles, Barbara Maudy ... 49, 74, 148 Colgan, Jim Rowan ... 49, 84, 132 Collins, Robert ... 159 Collins, Timothy Vincent . . . 167 Colson, Thomas Arthur ... 79 Columbia. Karen Lois ... 43 Combs, Jacklyne Kay . . . 157 Commagere, Jude " Anne . . . 22, 155 Compton, Jacob Christian . . . 31, 167 Condie, Bruce Austin . . . 103 Conner, Katherine Jean ... 43 Connley, Pete . . . 152 Connor, John Michael . . . 31, 141 Conton, Diana Lee ... 49, 70, 176 Cook, Dorthiann ... 25, 28, 36, 72 Cook, Gary Arthur . . . 150 Cook, Rodney Eugene ... 36, 76, 94, 99, 99, 120, 120, 137 Cook, Thomas Edward ... 43, 49, 132 Cook, Thomas Harlon . . . 86, 121 Cooper, Gary Wilbur . . . 36, 86 Cooper, Norman Earl . . . 36, 84 Corbett, Larrv Gale . . . 159 Corbin, Richard K. . . . 79, 103, 132 Cornutt, Stephen Lewis ... 22, 37, 130 Corrigan, J. E. . . . 167 Cothrin, Stanley George . . . 37, 84, 103 Couch, Barbara Lee . . . 43, 152 Coverston, Marshall ... 76 Crabtree, Robert H., Jr 31, 167 Cramer, Timothy E. . . . 43, 79 Crawford, John ... 49 Cress, Lela Anne . . . 43, 72 Cress, James Edward . . . 103 Cronin, Donald Barry . . . 137, 142 Crook, Frederick William ... 154 Cropper, Ladd . . . 154 Cropper, Mae . . . 154 Crowell,Jim...49, 103 Culbert, Harry Joy ... 94 Cunningham, Barrie Mantle ... 37 Curti. Jacquelyn Joann . . . 37, 70 Curtis, Archie ... 94, 98, 121 Curutchet, Jacquelin Jo . . . 31, 128 Cutler, Dave ... 49, 86 — D— Dahlke, Barbara Rose ... 31 Dailey, Barbara E. . . . 162 Dalison, Doug ... 31 Dallas, Betty Lynn ... 43, 128 Dalton, Don C. . . . 43, 86, 132 Damon, Donald Larry . . . 169 Damon, Ernest Lyle ... 31, 86, 100, 102, 137, 142 Damon, Nancy Jo 31, 70, 138, 149 Dangberg, Denise ... 49 Daniel, Win. Terrill ... 94, 96 Danna, Julius Andria . . . 116, 117 Davidson, Al . . .49,86 Davis, Beverly E. ... 49 Davis, Keith Edward . . . 165 Davis, Robert ()., Jr 37, 84, 139 Davis, Samuel William . . . 170 Daws„n, Marshall Mack . . . 37, 84, 139, 169 Dearieta, Joe Edwin . . . 100, 102 Decker, Karen Diane . . . 20, 27, 37, 74, 136, 144,145 Delipkau, Isabel . . . 23, 49, 72, 148, 155 DelportO, Marilyn J. . . . 128 Denderson, William .. . 169 Desgranges, Andrew J. . . . 37, 169 Desmond, Michaelle ... 37, 74, 157 Devine, Clifford Pat . . . 142 Devore, Diane Fern . . . 49, 128 Dewitt, Jack . . . 150 Dickinson, Lawerence Chapman ... 82 Dickson, Dan J. . . . 169 Diedricksen, Katherin ... 27, 43, 148 Digrazia, Pete . . . 43, 76 Dillon, Linda Joye ... 49, 72, 155 Dirksen, John Paul ... 31 Dixon, Faun ... 49, 74, 148 Dobson, Percival Douglas ... 84 Dobyns, Eldon Thomas . . . 167 Dodgion, Laura R 43, 128 Dodson, Carol Ann ... 43, 70, 143, 225 Doherty, Kathleen . . . 152, 162 Dolan, John Francis . . . 94, 97 Dolan, William Donald ... 20, 31, 58, 130, 141, 152, 166, 166, 169 Dolbier, Delmor H. . . . 143, 160 Donath, Carl Dale ... 49, 80, 132, 227 Donica, Corla Marion . . . 47, 70 Donnellv, Marilyn Catherine . . . 43, 61, 128, 161 Donovan, William Michael ... 37, 130 Dow, Richard Howard . . . 31, 76, 115, 137, 139, 151, 151 Dovle, Dilvs Anne ... 49, 155 Draper, Don. . . 154, 162 Draper, Larry Delos . . . 43, 76 Drisdale, Joan Louise . . . 31, 70, 149 Drulias, Ina Jean ... 43, 148 Drum, Jerry Lee . . . 94, 97 Dubose, Jessie Jewel . . . 154 Dubois, Francis . . . 103 Duffield, John Paul ... 49, 86, 132 Duffy, Jane Maureen ... 31, 152 Dugger, Frederick ... 21, 143, 147 Dumble, Joanne D. . . . 31, 74 Dungan, Robert Vernon . . . 43, 76, 94, 96, 132, 167 Dunhan, Willian Arthur . . . 154 Durhan, James P., Jr. . . . 43, 86 Dyer, Charles John ... 20, 25, 31, 158, 158 — E— Earl, Joseph G. . . . 154 Ebeltoft, William Stanley ... 37, 130, 139 Eberle, Joseph John . Ebert, Philip Garkin . Echeverria, Benny P. • 139, 201 Eddleman, Margaret . 148, 214 Edmonson, Betty Virginia . . . 57, 214 Edwards, Harry Wallace . . . 162 Eggers, Gerald Curtis ... 94, 97, 142 Eichlbush, Mary Louise ... 37 Elges, Harlan Hansen . . . 43, 76 Elkin, JoAnne ... 49, 128, 157 Ellis, Gilbert Alva . . . J26, 126 Ellison, Joseph William, Jr. . . . 26, 31, 89, 167 Elsltoft, William ... 169 Emanuel, Louis Kenneth ... 31, 124, 125, 152 Erb, Marv Ann ... 43, 128 Erman, Bill ... 37, 86 Estes, Valerie Ann ... 43, 64. 72, 155, 201,225 Evans, Ted Allen... 3 1,84 Evans, William Paul ... 43, 76 Everitt, Bette Lvnn . . . 49, 128 Evezich, Peter Eli . . . 126, 126 Ezell, Annette . . . 157 . 43, 86, 120, 137 151, 159 . 22, 37, 80, 81, . 20, 37, 138, 148, 43, 149 ..108 . . 79, 100, 103, 116, . 37, 128 49,72 31, 74, 136 . 50, 74 ... 37, 149, 162 . 70, 138 ..169 43,72 Fahrenkopf, Frank, Ji 118, 137,224 Fairchild, Bonnie B. . . . 37 .37,76, 116, Fantone, Elizabeth N 49, 72, 146, 146, 155 Farley, Carole Lynn ... 94 Farnsworth, Gay Lynn . . . 148 Farr, Kenneth Wayne . . . 162 Farrell, JoAnn ... 43, 128 Fee, James Ernest ... 49, 80, 150, 160 Fenili, Doris Elsie ... 49, 128, 164 Fenili, Norma Delores ... 43, 136, 164 Feour, Royce Don ... 26, 161, 226 Ferrari, John Wingate . . . 31, 80 Ferrari, Marlene ... 43, 72 Fierce, Gayle Marie ... 37, 128, 150, 150 Fike, Jo Ann Carol . . Firpo, John Francis . Fisher, Robert J., Jr. . 118 Fitzgerald, Patricia . . Fletcher, Marilyn Joyce , Flynn, Yvonne J. . . . 167 Folev, Frances C. (Frankie) . . . 23, 43, 225 Foltz, Barbara Lee . . . Fordan, Susan Ann . . Fordham, Patricia A. Forsythe, Olivia M. . . Foster, Charles Clair . Foster, Nancy Lee . . Foster, Ravmond Bernard . . . 25, 31 Fought, Bonnie Belle ... 37, 147, 154 Fountain, Julia Ann ... 50, 128 Frade, Marianne E 43, 128 Frank, Jack... 103 Frantzen, Lawrence E. . . . 31, 167 Fraser, George Frederick . . . 50, 86 Freedman, Mayer ... 26, 31, 82, 139 Freemont, Curtis . . . 143 Freitag, Elsa Lvnn ... 20, 26, 31, 72, 138 Frenkel, Robert Leland ... 31, 84 Friberg, Carl Edward ... 50 Friberg, Morris Edward ... 80 Friedel, Robert Jose ... 50, 86 Frost, Robert Lindsay ... 82 Frost, Sharon Louise ... 31 Frost, Thomas Hill ... 31, 89, 156 Frugoli, Diana M 43, 70, 162 Frugoli, Mario, Jr 50, 79 Fry, Myralyne ... 27, 50, 145 Fuhrman, David Louis . . . 22, 37, 137 Fujii, Jean Kimie . . . 50, 157 Fuller, Eugene George ... 32 Futaih, Abdu ... 103 Futch, Sarah Jane ... 42, 74, 165 — G— Galeppi, Barbara F 32, 70 Gallaway, Kenton Lee . . . 50, 86 Gallio, Bernice Laura . . . 50, 128 Gansberg, Joan Ellen ... 50, 128, 150. 150, 153 Garcia, Robert V 50, 86 Gardner, James Neil . . . 32, 116, 118, 137, 142, 167 Garvin, Helen E 50, 128 Gastanaga, Jose John . . . 50, 86 Gates, Allen Benson ... 37, 87, 139, 143, 167 Gaumer, James Alfred . . . 50, 84 Gearing, Joyce ... 37, 70, 149, 149 Geaser. Jim ... 84 Gedney, Larry Daniel . Gehrt, David Delano . . Genasci, John Edmond 105, 107, 107 Geraghtv, Marv Frances . . . 152 Gerbieh! Charles . . . 32, 167 Germain, Gene Olen . . . 43, 76, 91, 95, 95 Gerow, Lynn B., Jr 50, 87, 132 Gibbons. Glen Edward . . . 50 Gibson, Betty Jane . . . 44 . 32, 151 37,89 . . 76, 94, 95, 98, 284 Mi Gifford, Murray A. .. . 32, 124, 125, 137, 167 Gilles, Duane L. . . . 50, 162 Gillespie, Paul A. . . . 115, 151, 151 Gilmore, Leonard William ... 32, 169 Gisclon, John Marshall ... 37, 80, 153, 153, 167 Gisclon, Lee Gehl ... 50 Glaser. James Kent ... 50, 126, 126 Glenn, Robert Jerrell ... 32 Glover, Sammy Lee . . . 94, 159 Golden, Dennis Raymond ... 23, 50, 80, 132 Gonsalves, Stan . . . 150 Goodman, Leroy ... 50, 130 Gordon, Harold Donovan . . . 170 Gotchv, Lance David . . . 160 Grafton, Judith Ann ... 32, 141, 152 Grady, Tommy . . . 152 Graham, Denis David ... 50, 80, 132, Grant, Tim . . . 124, 125 Grav, Irmalee Anne ... 32 Green, Elijah ... 94, 97 Green, Glen David ... 50, 159 Griffin, Tim ... 50, 76, 132 Grohs, Arthur . . . 37, 87 Gruber, Paul William ... 87 Guffev, Joseph Dexter . . . 37, 77 Gwyn " , Richard Lewis ... 50, 82, 132, 156 — H— Hackstaff, Whitnev ... 23, 44, 84, 132 Hage, Edwood Wayne . . . 150, 150 Haggertv, Jeanille Rebbecca ... 44, 70, 152 Haines, David Mancil ... 94, 97 Haines, William Ronald ... 160 Hainline, Fern Esther . . . 149 Hainline, Roger Dean ... 44, 132 Hale, Lola Belle ... 32 Halstead, Norma Jean . . . 165 Halestine, Arthur ... 87 Hamilton, Mary Kathryn ... 44, 70, 147 Hamilton, Patricia Helen ... 44, 136 Hamilton, Patricia S. . . . 38, 72 Hancock, Fritsi Jean ... 74 Handley, Wilber Cecil ... 169 Hanf, Emmv Lvnn ... 32, 66, 71, 138, 149, 210 Hanlev, Daniel J. . . . 161 Hanna, David Lee . . . 44, 82, 103 Hanna, Paula Rae ... 44, 70 Hansen, David Wallace ... 21, 25, 32, 56, 82 Hanson, Barbara June . . . 50, 70 Harding, Jerrv Lynn ... 50, 84 Harney, Rueben . . . 105, 107 Harper. John N., Jr 38, 83 Harper, William Lowell ... 38, 84 Harrington, John ... 32 Harrington, Tom . . . 50, 77, 132 Harris, David John . . . 32, 67, 76, 135, 137,214 Harris, Kress Ryan ... 32, 56, 66, 72, 138, 152 Harris, Otis Robert, Jr 94 Hart, Michael W. . . . 44, 77, 116, 119, 132, 137 Hartman, George H. ... 32 Hartoch, Carole M. . . . 50, 128, 152 Harwood, Sharon Mary . . . 50, 153 Haseltine, Arthur W 50 Haug, LeRoy Milton ... 81 Hay, James Leon . . . 32, 158 Hayes, Dianne Martha . . . 27, 44 Hayman, Richard . . . 105, 108 Havmond, George Richard . . . 44, 130 Heaney, Robert E 25, 44, 84, 132 Hebert, Roland Phil ... 38, 83, 152, 177 Heinline, Roger ... 77 Heinbaugh, Dee Anne ... 50, 152 Helms, Paul Robery ... 50, 80, 132 Henderson, Hayden M. ... 87 Henderson, Mike ... 50 Henderson, Robert S. . . . 50, 80 Henderson, Suzanne Marie . . . 44, 70 Henderson, William Frank ... 32 Herman, Mary ... 170 Herman, Richard Carl ... 32 Hernandez, Frank . . . 126, 152 Herrandez, Paul ... 32 Hesse, Sandra Jean ... 74 Heward, Barbara Ellen ... 19, 20, 24, 26, 32, 58, 72, 138, 140, 177, 210 Heward, John Harlan ... 20, 38, 87, 88, 139, 201 Heward, Lawrence L. . . . 44, 87 Heward, Mary Catherine ... 50 Hibdon, Roy H. . . . 20, 23, 50, 89, 159 Hickman, Barbara C. . . . 50, 72 Higgins, Graham . . . 169 Higley. Brenda M. . . . 20, 21, 25, 38, 72 Hill, Alan Thomas ... 167 Hill, George F. . . . 50, 130 Hilsabech, Lee ... 50 Hinds, Sally Jean ... 44. 136, 164 Hockel, Marv E. . . . 50, 128, 155 Hoffland, Virginia L. . . . 32, 128 Hoggatt, George Douglas . . . 167 Hollenback, Joyce R 44, 72 Hollister, Anne F 50, 72 Holmes, Shirley E. . . . 23, 50, 136 Hook, Gerald . . . 105, 108, 109 Hopkins, Douglas William . . . 167 Horn, Robert David ... 50 Horning, Nancy Ann ... 44 Houk, Martin Sloan ... 50, 105, 108, 109 Hoveland, Carl Michael ... 50, 130 Howard, Joe Wesley . . . 167 Howard, Marilyn Mae ... 50, 72 Howell, Dorothy Rose ... 70 Howell, Holden ... 38 Ho y, David Ralph ... 22, 32, 77, 137 Hoysted, Patricia Gene . . . 50, 74 Huffey, Paul Henry ... 77 Hug, Patricia Grace ... 38, 149, 149, 152 Hughes, Richard Alan ... 32, 103 Hughes, Richard Smith . . . 103, 141 Hulse, Philip Cutler ... 103 Humphrey, Fred James . . . 103 Humphrey, Kathryn Louise . . . 44, 73 Humphrey, Sarah . . . 44, 70 Hunt, Don ... 94, 98, 120, 122, 123, 159 Hunter, John Hogan . . . 115, 115, 151, 151 Hunter, Robert Lawrence . . . 94, 99 Hussey, Edward W. . . . 162 Hutcheson, Donald . . . 154 — I- Ishii, Fumiko ... 20 Isola, Diana Theresa — J- 38, 69, 149, 204 167 Jack, Charles Albert Jacksick, Gwen ... 51 Jackson, Bada Kay ... 50, 170 Jackson, Carl R. . . . 32, 167 Jackson, Robert Howard . . . 32, 87 Jacobs, Helen Sylvia ... 50 Jacox, Marilyn joy ... 44, 147 Jacox, Mary Ann Louise . . . 44, 147 Jelavich, John Irving . . . 44, 77 Jellett, Morgan James 101, 137 Jenkins, Bobbie Jean Jennings, Ann B. . . . 51, 73, 157 Johanson, David . . . 167 Johnson, Carol Violet . . . 51, 150 Johnson, Elizabeth G. . . . 227 Johnson, James Tvree . . . 94, 98, 159 44, 80, 100, 101, 32 Johnson, Judith Ann ... 51, 128, 161 Johnson, Karmen Kay . . . 51, 128, 155 Johnson, Lee . . . 167 Johnson, Ronald Alvin ... 44, 77, 124, 124 Johnson, Stewart Edward . . . 100, 102 Johnson, Walter Lawrence . . . 44, 77, 116, 119 Johnston, Ellen . . . 150 Johnston, William H. . . . 150 Jones, Betty Ann ... 51, 128 Jones, Charles William ... 44, 77, 150, 150 Jones, Denny Alan ... 32, 87, 134 Jones, Gerald K. . . . 38, 85 Jones, Max LaMar, Jr 32, 169, 169 Jones, Nancy Carol . . . 38, 150 Jones, Thomas James . . . 44, 77, 112, 113 Joseph, Patricia A. ... 38 Joseph, Roger, Jr. . . . 177 — K— Kaastrup, Arlene Helen . . . 51, 128 Kalia, Ram Lubhaya . . . 153, 167 Kaminski, Daniel . . . 165 Kasunic, George Joseph . . . 32, 99 Keeney, Carol Floren ... 51 Keller, Keith Edward ... 170 Keller, Peggy Jean . . . 44, 74 Kellison, James Wallace . . . 44, 77 Kelly, Kay Ardis ... 32, 74, 136 Kendall, Marius William ... 22, 32, 130, 139 Kendrick, James G. . . . 167 Kendrick, Jerry . . . 167 Kerr, Caroline C. (Kitty) ... 44, 73, 153 Kerr, Nona Ann ... 20, 149, 149 Kerstetter, MaryAnn ... 44, 152, 177 Kettering, Barbara ... 38, 152 Ketron, Doug . . . 121 Kihara, Linda Miyuki ... 51, 128 Killfoil, Kav Frances . . . 5L 128 Kine, Robert Dean ... 32 Kinkel, Daniel Robert ... 38 Kirk, Gerald Ray ... 44, 77 Kirn, Kay Louise ... 27, 51, 73, 145, 155 Kirn, Ronald Lester ... 38, 77, 150 Kiser, Koleina . . . 51, 74 Kistler, Gay Grace ... 51 Klatt, Donna Jean . . . 150 Kleinsorge, William Peter ... 51, 80, 103 Kleppe, John Arthur . . . 166, 169 Knobbs, Linda Sue . . . 51, 157 Kollodge, Wayne Leon . . . 132 Kollodge, Joe . . . 51, 77 Koehler, Karol Mildred ... 51, 74 Korthuis, Charles Lee ... 79 Kotter, Arthur F 148, 154 Kotter, Marilyn U. . . . 51 Kramer, Wayne Braxton . . . 147 Kreimeyer, Roger Wayne . . . 44, 130 Kuehnert, Helen S. ... 32 Kuehnert, Ragner ... 32 Kutler, Joanne Hyde ... 32, 141 LaFond, Mary Margaret ... 51, 71 Lage, Paul . . . 167 Lage, Steven Allen ... 45, 87 Lagomarsino, Janet . . . 27, 51, 71, 145, 152 Laidlow, Joan Jeanette . . . 38, 71, 136 Lambert, Harvey W 45, 130, 165 Lambert, Thomas Leland ... 33 Landingham, Richard . . . 33. 85 Lane, Mills . . . 105, 106 Langendorf, John Barry . . . 51. 130, 160 Landsford, Larry Wayne . . . 116, 119 Larson, Gerald Lee ... 38 Larson, Leah Rae ... 33 Larson. Royce Winter . . . 166, 169 285 . 143, 160 , 38, 77, 166 . 51, 128 . 24, 226, 226 , . . 51, 129, 150 154, 155 Larson, Susan Jean . . . 51, 128 Lauck, Lawrence Paul . . . 139 Laughton, Glen Arnold , Lauritzen, John R., Jr. . Lawrence, Sharon Ann . Lawton, Chris Scott ... 51, 87, 121, 132 Layton, Juanita Kay . . . 51, 73 Leahy, Donald Bradley ... 38, 85 Leary, Randy ... 45, 147 Leavitt, Terry H 154 Lee, Loretta Elizabeth ... 51, 128 Leigon, Marcia Lee . . . 51, 129 Lemich, Gordon Edward . . . 51, 94, 96, 177 Lemon, Robert Clay ... 45, 94, 96, 137, 152 Leonard, Lora Lee . . . 45, 71 Leonardi, Henry . . . 169 Leonesio, William Charles ... 38, 87 LeRoy, Haug ... 51 LeRude, Warren L. . Lewis, Annett Louise Lewis, Donna . . . 154 Lewis, Essie Linda . . Lewis, Patsy A. . . . 27, 38 Lewis, Richard Mills ... 167 Lewis, Ronald Dean . . . 154 Lickley, William Carl ... 121 Lightfoot, Barbara J. . . . 51, 129 Liles, Naomi ... 45, 129 Lill, Robert Perry ... 167 Lim, Sung Kyo ... 45 Locke, John Sims ... 38, 103, 130 Loeffler, Linda R. . . . 38, 143, 147 Logerwell, Donald L 38, 79 Lohse, William Kurt ... 51, 87, 133 Lojas, Nancy Jean ... 38 Lombardi, Susan Eugenie . 148 Lombardi, William Deray . Lommori, Mario Manuel . . Longacre, David Gene . . . 38, 123, 123 Longero, Kenneth . . . 100, 101, 103 Loomis, Del... 45,74,110 Losasso, Harvey M. . . . 51, 85 Lowder, Charles Allen . . . 169 Lujan, Barney Gilbert Lumos, David Gerald 118 Lundgren, George Arthur . . . 147 Luske, Gerald Wesley ... 45, 143, 147, 160 Lutzow, Susan Louise . Lyda, Gordon Russell . Lyman, Sharon Linda ... 45, 73, 148, 224 Lynch, Ronald ... 20, 33 Lvon, Madelyn Ethel ... 45, 74 Lvon, Robert Charles ... 33, 100, 101, 137 — Mc— McAdam, Patricia Ann ... 45, 73, 165 McCarlie, Rhodce Nancy ... 38, 73 McCollum, Larry ... 77 McCollum, Penelope . . McConaughy, Richard McCord, Richard J. . . McCormick, Janice I. . McDonald, Bob ... 27 McDonald, Janis Ann . McDowell, Donna M. . . McGehee, Gayle Avis Hall McGowan, Deann Ft McGuire, Theresa Phylis ... 38, 66, 75 Mclnnis, Roderick G 52, 81, 94, 133 Mclntyre, Walter Blaine ... 33, 158, 158 McKenzie, Beth Ann ... 27, 52, 69, 145 McLcndon, Berhl Joe . . . 169 McLeod, Joann Patricia ... 52 McNally, James Ray ... 52, 87 MoManus, Diane Rose . . . 52, 73, 155 . 45, 74, 148, .51,77 33, 120, 137 81 100, 103, 116, 51 33, 103 .45, 74 . . 143, 165 . 52. 83, 133, 173 .52, 129, 155 .33 73 .52, 129 all. ..33 es . .38, 74 McPartland, James Oliver . . . 166, 166, 169 McPherson, Emily ... 33 McPherson, Meredith Lynn ... 52 McQuaid, William James ... 158 — M— Maas, Stephanie Marie ... 33 MacDonald, Robert ... 38, 85, 144, 145 Mack, Maureen Frances ... 45, 129, 150 Mackie, Melinda M 38, 71, 223 MacLeveen, Gary ... 51 MacPherson, Lyne . . . 150 Macritchie, Stewart J 51, 81, 133 Macsween, Gary Bigelow ... 87 Madariaga, Johnnie . . . 33, 57, 67, 86, 88, 134, 135, 177 Madsen, Jon Edward ... 45, 85, 87, 112, 113, 113, 114, 133, 137 Madsen, Ralph Crosby ... 45, 94 Maffi, Richard Stephen ... 33, 85, 162 Malone, Bruce Kevin . . . 103 Maloney, William E. . . . 51, 130, 143, 160 Manaugh, Robert Russell, Jr 51, 81 Manchester, Charles Robert . . . 160 Mandell, David Lee . . . 51, 87, 170 Manha, Marjory Ann ... 45, 129 Manning, Edith Marie ... 51 Mannino, Vincent E 51, 77, 133 Marcucci, Floyd I. . . . 167 Marker, Floyd ... 153 Marmaduke, James Rufus . . . 45, 79 Marsh, Phinnie H., Jr. . . . 33, 77, 137 Marshall, Reid . . . 166, 169, 169 Marston, Herman Frank ... 33 Martinez, Edward Warden . . . 226 Martinez, Geraldine ... 45, 71, 149 Mason, Lillian Yvonne ... 20, 38, 74 Mathewson, James A. . . . 51, 85, 126, 126 Matthews, Don Howard ... 85, 133 Maxson, Judith Ann ... 45, 225 Megquier, Raymond J 20, 24, 24, 26, 29, 37, 88, 134, 135 Melquist, Russell Leroy ... 33 Melquist, Skip ... 87, 142 Merrill, Gerald C. . . . 45, 85, 143, 147, 160 Metscher, William Joseph . . . 103 Meuller, Armond . . . 153 Mever, Peggy ... 162 Miles, David William ... 39, 130, 169 Millard, David R. . . . 167 Millard, Marsha Ann ... 52, 69, 149 Miller, Kathleen Ida . . . 45, 73, 143, 191, 214 Miller, Larry Rondell ... 151 Miller, Leland Alvin ... 150 Miller, Marjorie ... 33, 129 Miller, Mary E. . . . 52, 129 Miller, Orison Francis ... 52, 85 Mills, E. . . . 147 Minetto, John Eugene ... 33, 158 Mitchell, Sue ... 52 Moezzi, Massoud . . . 103 Mohatt, Albert Charles ... 81, 142 Mohr, Rose Marie ... 52, 129 Molini, Cecilia Mae ... 51 Moller, Norma Lee ... 45, 73 Molzzi, Massoud ... 130 Monaghan, Alice Ann . . . 52, 71 Moncrieff, Robert C. . . . 143, 147 Montrose, Karl Hugh ... 153 Moore, Diane E 52, 71 Moore, Donald Eugene . . . 33, 87, 139, 142 Moore, Julie Marian ... 52, 75 Moore, Lonnie Dillon . . . 100, 103, 147 Morghen, Sigrit H 71, 191 Moritz, Raymond Gilbert ... 25 Moroni, Ronald J 25, 170, 226 Morris, Billie ... 75, 176, 204 Morris, Richard Ward . . . 165, 225 Morris, R.J 162 Mortensen, William Harvey ... 52, 87, 133 Mortimer, Jane D. . Mortimer, Joanne . Mudge, Betty Jean Munley, Kenneth . 52, 129, 153 . 45, 129, 153 . 45, 129 152 Moore, Ted . . 139,141,152 Moran, Mickey . Morgan, Marirs 22, 28, 33, 59, 77, 137, .162 ..39 Murphy, Donal Ruth ... 52, 73, 153, 225 Murphy, Ellen Ann ... 20, 52, 75, 148 Murphy, James E 45, 87 Murphy, Martin ... 39, 94, 96, 137 Musser, Charles Daniel . . . 39, 131 Muxers, Bill ... 152 Myers, Jack Alan . . . 33, 167, 167 Myers, William Ralph ... 77, 137, 166, 166, 169 — N— Nakada, John Hachire ... 33 Nash, Russell Steele ... 52, 87, 133 Nelson, Diane ... 45, 129, 154 Nelson, Grace Lucille . . . 33, 69 Nelson, Harriet Phyllis ... 33 Nelson, Joanne . . . ' 52, 73, 143, 152, 153, 155 Nelson, Marilyn Kaye ... 21, 22, 39, 73, 214 Nelson, Mary ... 33 Nenzel, Chris Arthur ... 39, 94, 123, 123 Nenzel, Frank Whitlock ... 94, 96 Nesbitt, Don Owen ... 53, 131, 150, 154, 160 Neuschaefer, Robert W 103 Neville, Stuart Eugene . . . 157 Nevin, Laura Jane . . . 39, 66, 71 Newlin, Jerry . . . 167 Newman, Harold Charles . . . 33, 103 Nichols, Jean E. . . . 53, 73, 150, 153 Nickelini, Joseph A. . . . 158 Nicklanovich, Michael ... 53, 131 Nicolis, Dudley Jay . . . 124, 125 Nielsen, Howard Everett . . . 39, 169 Nielsen, Klaus Thorsten W 20, 79 Nielsen, Sigrid Joan ... 39, 71, 146, 146 Nielson, Sally Anne ... 53 Nightengale, Joan . . . 150 Nixon, Bill, Jr. . . . 83, 167 Noah, Valorie Jean ... 53 Noble, Leanna Kay . . . 45, 69 Nordloh, Bartis E. . . . 39, 129, 157 Nott, Bryan Leroi ... 53, 87, 133 Nungesser, Diane . . . 53, 71, 146, 146 Nyquist, David ... 33, 81, 142 — O— O ' Carrol, Tom ... 123 Odell, Lorraine Ann . . . 45, 75 OTJonnell, Donald A. . . . 20, 161, 226 OTlaherty, James D 53, 131 Oldham, Kathleen Adele ... 39, 73 Olive, Ken ... 169 Olson, Karen Jo . . . 53, 69, 146 O ' Neal, Garv Lewis ... 33, 139, 166, 167, 167 Orr, Ronald Rov... 46, 131 Orrick, Edwin F 139 Osborne, David Herbert . . . 103 Osborne, Marrica . . . 227 Osborne, Bill Carl ... 45, 81 Ottem, Ingebrigt ... 87 Ottini, Margaret Lena ... 25, 39, 73 Owen, Iris Annette ... 33 Owen, Linda Lee . . . 53, 64, 69 Oxborrow, Larry Grant . . . 33, 158 286 Pagni, Albert F 39, 87, 134, 201, 214 Palmer, Peter Anthony ... 27, 177 Palmer, Reuben Dwain ... 53, 131, 160 Palzis, Janis Lee . . . 23, 53, 75, 147 Paradis, Michael Edward ... 46, 87 Pardini, Tommy Fred ... 94, 98 Park, Wallace Bruce ... 53, 77 Parker, Steve ... 46, 105, 107 Parkhurst, Ann ... 33, 155 Parkhurst, Noel Bruce ... 33 Parkinson, James T. . . . 23, 53, 87 Parks, Donald Eugene . . . 33, 150 Patrick, Mimi ... 53, 75 Payne. Grace Abbott ... 34, 73 Pearce, Linda Jean . . . 53, 71, 136, 164 Peck, Bobbv Dean ... 94, 95, 96. 79, 116, 118, 137, 154 Peck, Sherman . . . 154 Pemberton, Penelope . . . 34, 75 Pendersen, Sarah ... 52, 129 Penmann, Jack Allen ... 34 Pennington, Marvin ... 53, 131, 160 Pennock, Carol Ann . . . 53, 71 Pepple, Harold Finley ... 53, 77, 133 Perry, Betty Joan ... 53, 69 Perrv, Carolyn Jean . . . 161 Perry. Rightly Ralph ... 23. 53, 83, 133, 147 Petersen, Marilyn K 52, 73 Petersen, Susan Alma ... 24, 25, 27, 27, 39, 69, 144, 145, 201, 224 Peterson, Gay Lynn ... 53 69 Peterson Gloria . . . 154 Peterson Kenneth Ray . . . 154 Peterson, Lvnn Marlev ... 34. 67, 82, 134, 135, 147, 156, 158 Peterson, Martin William ... 39, 131 Petrini, Nancy Rose ... 22, 34, 56, 66, 69, 138, 140, 149, 149 Petroni, Edward William ... 34, 85, 137 139 Philpot, James Douglas . . . 46, 85 Pierce, Carlotta ... 52, 73 Pieretti, Dominek John ... 34, 141 Pieretti, Eugene Robert ... 19, 20, 34, 81, 139, 152 Pimentel, Toni Jean ... 39, 63, 73, 223 Pincolini, Beverly J. . . . 52, 75 Pinneo, Sue D 18, 19, 20, 24, 24, 39, 129 Pisciotta, Elaine D. . . . 46, 75 Pitts, Thomas Ross ... 46, 78 Pluipher, Cleo ... 150 Plum, Patricia Ann ... 20, 20, 39, 69 Polak, Sharon Frances ... 52 Pong, Jack Choy, Jr. . . . 34, 139 Poole, F. Gay ... 46 Poole, Seth ... 83, 133 Pope, Nancy Jeanne . . . 152 Porter, Don Frank . . . 143 Porter, Garv . . . 124, 125 Porto, Del . ' . . 52 Potter, Patricia L 39, 136 Powell, James Allen ... 46, 78 Prandi, Jo Ann ... 46, 71 Prevost, Dale Thomas . . . 34, 137, 142 Pribble, Don Francis ... 46, 85, 167 Price, Gail Arlene . . . 164 Prida, John Francis ... 94, 97, 98, 98 Pritchard, Janice K 52, 129, 153, 155 Pritchard, Joanne M. . . . 23, 52, 129, 155 Provin, Nancy B 34, 69 Provin, William Ogden ... 34, 87, 137, 158 Puck, Merlin Lee ... 169 Purrell, Bonnie Marie ... 52, 129 Quilici, Chub ... 39, 94, 137 Quinn, David Michael . . . 177 — R— Raffetto, Ann Leslie ... 53 Rainey, Carra Helene . . . 34, 71 Raker, Alice Jean ... 20, 39, 71 Ramos, Bonnie Rae . . . 204 Rampoldi, David H. . . . 83, 156, 159 Randall, Dixie Sharon Randall, James R. . . . 34, 135, 166, 167, 167 Randall, Ronald Ray ... 169 Rapp, Nancy ... 46, 69, 152 Rase, Bill ... 46 Rast, Mathew Hubert ... 46, 81, 133, 227 Rauch, Susan Margaret . . . 39, 69 Reil, Margaret Clara ... 39, 129, 155 Reith, Dennis Gregory . . . 39, 103, 131 Reitz, Louis Edwin ... 88 Renner, Lee Sharon ... 46 Rennessey . . . 53, 83, 133 Reyburn, Helene . . . 155 Reynolds, Marilou ise ... 23, 27, 53, 71, 145, 152 Reynolds, Patricia A. . . . 19, 19, 20, 20, 24, 24, 25, 34, 57, 71, 138, 140 Reynolds, Roy Gary ... 26, 39, 88, 139 Richards, Carol Lee . . . 53, 75 Richards, Richard Gay ... 34 Richter, Brian H 34 Richter, Donald Dean ... 46, 88 Ricketts, Dorothy Ann . . . 46, 75 Riddle, Janet Lynne ... 46, 69, 157 Riel, Paula Rae . . . 46, 75 Riesbeck, Elinor Ann ... 53, 148, 152 Riley, Sally Ann ... 34, 75 Ripley, Richard P 94 Ritchie, Robert David ... 40, 81, 120 Rivkin, Carole ... 20, 26, 53, 129, 156 Rivkin, Jean Lenore ... 20, 20, 26, 26, 34, 56,129,138,141,210 Roberson, Beverly J 46, 69, 148, 149, 149, 162 Roberts, Bonnie . . . 53, 75 Robertson, Fred Daniel . . . 160 Robertson, Sue Ellen . . . 154, 162 Robertson, Yerda . . . 147 Robinson, Ellen . . . 136 Robinson, H. Mike ... 53 Robison, Michael C. . . . 133 Rockwell, Norman M 53, 131 Rogers, Roswell P., Jr. . . . 34 Roman, Keith Korrest . . . 53, 85 Rommel, Robert Richard . . . 103 Romwall, Ruth Constance ... 34 Ronsheimer, Warren E. ... 79 Rosasco, Pamela Gail . . . 53, 69 Rosch, Dennis Frank . . . 53, 78 Rose, Rebecca L. . . . 53, 75, 155 Rose, William Charles ... 78, 160, 167 Rosenbaum, Ross . . . 21, 34, 83 Ross, Alan Seymour ... 40, 78, 152 Ross, Lynne Taylor ... 40, 69, 148, 148, 152 Ross, Elaine Priscilla ... 53 Rosse, La Verne ... 22, 40, 81, 143 Rothschild, Lois Helene ... 34, 129 Rowntree, Gail Vera ... 53 Ruark, Barbara Jean ... 34, 58, 64, 66, 74, 136, 138, 140 Ruark, Joan Carol ... 46, 75, 136, 191, 214 Rusk, Wally Ray . . . 34, 137 Russ, Richard Paul . . . 100, 103 Rutherford, Paul Robert ... 34, 137 Ryan, Robert Dominic . . . 161 Rynecki, Alexander . . . 34, 83 — S— Sabin, Larry Thomas . . . 53, 88 Sadler, Jeanne Marie . . . 53, 75, 150 Saibini, Madolyn J 46, 71, 152 Salmans, Sam . . . 40, 88 Salter, Dave Wilson ... 53, 88 Salter, Douglas Neel ... 40, 88, 112, 113, 137, 139, 166, 167 Samon, Judell B. . . . 22, 24, 34, 88, 224 Samuelson, Norman F. . . . 46, 78 Sanders, Clyde Carl ... 94, 99, 99 Sanders, Nancy Laura . . . 40, 71, 214 Sanders, O ' Neal . . . 34, 94, 97, 137 Sanford, Janice Gae . . . 53, 129 Sanford, Donna Gay . . . 53, 73 Santini, Walter Clark ... 53, 78, 133 Saponara, Faust J. . . . 147 Savage, Ann Elizabeth . . . 53, 69, 143 Savers, Michael Joseph . . . 53, 88 Sbragia, Barbara Ann ... 40 Sbragia, JoAnne Alice ... 46, 69, 224 Schenk, Robert Cardell ... 34, 81, 103 Schneider, Judy Kay . . . 34, 69 Schnider, Robert Morris ... 34 Schnepper, Richard L. . . . 46, 88 Schultz, Any Louise . . . 157 Schutz, Jerome H 53, 81, 116, 117 Scoggin, Norman E. . . . 142 Scott, Anna Margaret ... 22, 176 Scott, Bob ... 20, 143, 156, 160 Scuddei, Susan Custis . . . 40, 75 Scurlock, Sharli Rae . . . 46, 69 Seeliger, Thomas A. . . . 53, 78, 133 Segnahness, Alice ... 34 Seifers, Robert Daniel ... 53, 143, 160 Setergren, Jacqueline M. . . . 40, 129 Seyfarth, June Adair . . . 143 Shaddock, Georgean Lee Ann . . . 153 Shaft, Fred ... 27, 34, 85, 144, 145, 167, 167 Sharp, David Edward ... 40, 53, 137 Sharp, Frank DeArmond . . . 34, 56, 67, 80, 134, 135, 214 Sheldon, Charlotte O. . . . 40, 69, 223 Shelley, Margaret ... 34 Shepard, Joseph Jay . . . 169 Shevlin, Darrell Fayne . . . 160 Shirley, Bob ... 40, 81 Shirley, Perry, Jr. . . . 167 Shoemaker, Raymond Robert . . . 40, 78, 100, 103, 116, 118, 137 Sholl, Richard M 53, 88, 133 Short, David Alan ... 40, 85, 167 Siemens, Jacquelyn Jo ... 53 Silva, Wilbert David ... 169 Slater, Clarence H. ... 34 Sleeper, William K. . . . 46, 85 Sloan, James Francis . . . 28, 34, 78 Sloan, Thomas Albert ... 35 Sloan, William . . . 169, 169 Small, David Lincoln ... 78, 112, 114, 114 Small, Mary Katherin ... 152 Smee, Louise Ann . . . 40, 129, 138 Smith, Carol C. . . . 46, 73 Smith, Donald ... 35 Smith, Douglas E 27, 46, 131 Smith, George Wesley ... 40, 78. 169 Smith, John Scannel . . . 46, 85, 133 Smith, Judie Kay ... 53, 60, 129, 176 Smith, Linda Dale ... 23, 46, 71, 136, 149, 164 Smith, Loralee ... 35, 71, 138, 149 Smith, Mike ... 88 Smith, Murdock Myers ... 35, 78, 137, 142 Smith, Robert David ... 88 Smith, Robert Kent ... 53, 160 Smith, Shirley Ann ... 27, 53, 75, 145 Smith, Stanley N 40, 85 Sneddon, Helen . . . 154 Sneeden, Susan I. . . . 53, 75 Sobrio, Daniel Buckley ... 18, 19, 20, 24, 24, 25, 35, 59, 83, 134, 135, 139, 151 Soderstrom, Dean James . . . 53, 131 Somers, Mary Carolyn ... 46 Soule, Gary . . . 167 Sowerwine, Ronald . . . 53, 159 Spaulding, Donald Knight . . . 170 287 Spell, JanyceL. ...20, 23 Spickler, Kirby Elliot ... 53, 88 Sprague, Lyla Lee . . . 54, 129 Squier, Shelby . . . 147 Stannard, George Parker ... 35 Stauts, Lynn Frank ... 25, 26, 177 Steinwinder, Devan . . . 103 Stephens, Ellen Joyce ... 40, 69, 149 Stephenson, Ann Louise ... 54, 71 Sterling, Steven Scott ... 54 Stevenson, Emmy Lou ... 54, 129 Stewart, Joan Mae ... 40 Stewart, Mary . . . 157 Stiff, Sharon Farris ... 35, 75, 136, 138, 141 Stix, David Field ... 150 Stoever, Theodore Robert ... 54, 88, 133 Stoker, Donald George . . . 124, 124 Stone, Edward Walter ... 40, 83, 167 Stratton, Judy Lynne ... 54, 69 ? 225 Stratton, Laurian Jill ... 40, 136 Stratton, William Roland ... 46, 131, 151 Strawn, LeRoy Francis ... 35 Stroh, Jake . . . 167 Stroke, Dietrich ... 35 Stromatt, Richard H. . . . 54, 131, 160 Strunk, Richard R. . . . 120 Stuart, Mary B. . . . 54, 129 Sughrue, Lawrence T. . . . 27, 159, 177 Sullivan, Don Allyn ... 35, 131, 154 Sullivan, Pat . . . 152 Summerbell, Martin Ferris ... 116 Sutherland, Wallace ... 54, 160 Sutton, Dawna ... 54, 129, 136 Swackhammer, Penelope . . . 54, 69 Swan, Gerald Bernard . . . 169 Swan, Ted Loren . . . 54, 88 40 . . 35, 66, 69, 138, Swanston, Harry W. Swart, Barbara Jean 140 — T— Talcott, Ruthe . . . 148, 148 Talbott, Dennis ... 153 Tang, Curtis Numohr ... 35 Tang, Priscilla C. . . . 54, 129 Taylor, Charlotte Gail ... 54, 129 Taylor, Theodore Frances . . . 35, 103 Teglia, Sharon Rose ... 35, 64, 75, 136, 138, 210 Tenk, Tamara Wanda . . . 176 Terrell, David Stanley ... 35, 59, 167, 167 Terrell, Kirk Hought ... 46, 79, 150 Teskey, Georgia Louise . . . 47, 71, 143, 147 Tessler, William Michael ... 35 Tetrault, Andrew Wayne . . . 40, 85 Thacker, William A. . . . 54, 131, 143, 150 Thiex, Carol Eileen ... 35, 75, 138, 214 Thomas, Edward Maurice . . . 35, 88 Thomas, Nancy Lynne . . . 40, 75, 152, 201, 223 Thomas, Ozia ... 94, 97 Thompson, Calvin Edward ... 54 Thompson, Michael James ... 40, 88, 98, 116,119,131 Thompson, Myrna Lee ... 47, 94, 129, 136 Thorburn, Ann ... 40, 73, 157 Thoyre, Karen Diann . . . 47, 73 Tidd, Mikell Patricia ... 47, 129, 147 Timlake, Barbara Sue ... 27, 40, 149 Timon, Joaquin . . . 54, 81, 133 Tippin, Cora Lee . . . 40, 127, 136 Tippin, Zina Rae . . . 54, 129 Tobin, Glenn Jerry ... 94, 96, 97, 98, 99 Tobler, Ronald Earlin ... 167 Todd, Joann Kay . . . 35, 75 Tognoni, Bruce Clement . . . 150 Tolano, Lonnie . . . 105, 107, 108,, 109 Tomlinsotl, Frank Ray . . . 169 Tormio, Jose . . . 54, 88 Towle, Susan Naomi . . . 54, 69, 136 Towle, Thomas Oscar ... 40, 78, 116, 117, 137 Trabert, Thomas E 35, 137, 167 Tracht, Kenneth L. . . . 41, 131 Trimble, Richard R. . . . 167 Trousdale, Francis E. .. . 169 Truitt, David ... 41, 162 Truitt, Joyce . . . 47, 162 Tuck, William T., Jr. . . . 54, 79 Tuminaro, Catherine . . . 41, 136, 149, 149, 164 Turner, Robert . . . 103 Turner, Paul . . . 103 Tuttle, Karen Jane ... 47, 75 Tyson, William Ty . . . 35, 85, 158, 158 — U— Urrutia, Alice Joan ... 23, 47, 73, 136, 152, 164 Utter, Abiah Fay ... 71 — V— Van Blaricome, Iris K 47, 129, 154 Vance, Joy Isalyn ... 54, 129, 147 Van Cleemput, Michael ... 54 Van Dyke, Robert C. ... 54 Van Hooser, Donald Lewis . . . 129 Van Hosser, Jo Ann . . . 54, 159 Van Lydegraf, Robert ... 47, 88, 133, 158,177,201 Van Nepes, Valerie J 69, 41, 149 Vannoy, William James . . . 35, 141 Van Til, Roger ... 143 Van Vorst, Allen ... 47, 131 Vaught, Owen . . . 161 Vernon, Raymond F. . . . 47, 78 Viani, William Norman ... 35, 78, 169, 169 Vieta, Patricia Jose ... 41, 69, 149, 152 Vietti, Shirley Agnes ... 41, 71, 147 VreNon, Jay Vincent ... 94, 97 — W— Wade, George Dale ... 54, 88 Wagner, Joan Charlene . . . 47, 75 Waidman, William ... 169 Waldo, Kim C. ... 47 Walker, Charles (Chuck) Henry ... 22, 31, 59, 78, 94, 95, 102, 102, 134, 135, 137, 139 Walker, Lael Pauline ... 47, 69 Wall, Charles Earl ... 47, 79 Wallace, Margaret ... 54, 129 Walsh, Lynn Darrieux ... 20, 20, 24, 24, 26, 41, 69, 149 Walters, Penny L. . . . 54, 73, 148 Ward, Bruce Douglas ... 41, 88, 122, 122, 167 Ward, Terry A. . . . 170 Wardell, Sandra Lynn ... 41, 69, 224 Warner, Carole Inez ... 25 Warner, Richard Walt ... 47, 79 Watkins, Marjorie L. . . . 153 Watkins, Toddene ... 54, 129 Watts, Lealon Ellis ... 35 Weaver, Elsie D. . . . 54, 71 Weaver, Georgie . . . 35, 69, 136 Webb, Donna ... 154 Webb, Janet 41 Weber, Gail ... 54, 71 Weishaupt, Robert M 47, 78, 167 Welch, Charles Edward ... 35, 131 Welch, John Charles ... 47, 131, 159 Welch, Myron ... 94, 98 Welis, Avery Howard ... 54 Wells, Judith Ann... 47, 73 Wells, Robert Clinton, Jr 47, 78, 112, 113, 133 Welsh, James... 41, 67, 79 Welze, Henrv ... 23, 54, 79 Wepfer, Jan Frank ... 41, 67, 89 Westfield, James Delon ... 35, 81 Westover, Russell Channing . . . 41, 78 Wevant, Dwight Richard ... 54 Wheeler, David Benton ... 41, 88, 88, 142, 177 Whelan, Bette Ebbs ... 47, 129 Whipple, Delano Edward ... 20, 26, 167, 167 Whisler, John Gary . . . 169 Whitaker, Jimmy Wade ... 47, 94, 95, 78, 116,119,133,137 Whitaker, Thelma Kay ... 41 Whitaker, Tommy Dean ... 35, 78, 59, 95, 137, 139, 169 White, John Aaron ... 35 White, Pat . . . 54, 75, 152, 157 White, Sharon Kay ... 35, 69 White, Susan E. . . . 47, 129 Whitehouse, James Allen . . . 54, 88 Whylan, Bryan ... 152 Wiggins, Ron . . . 158, 158 Wiley, James David ... 41, 167, 167 Wilkerson, Donald K 47, 88, 133, 143 Wilkerson, Sharon A. . . . 28, 35, 75, 138 Williams, Barbara Jean ... 41, 129, 136 Williams, David Frank ... 35 Williams, Jerome Shaw . . . 47, 78, 133 Willson, Gary Wallace ... 35 Willock, Donna Jean ... 54, 69, 152 Wilson, Calvin Pierce ... 23, 49, 85, 133 Wilson, Delbert William ... 35, 131, 139 Wilson, Wm. 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