University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

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i . L J v- • 6 1 ' w F fw 4r « 1- ««N «% v » m jt m ' Jtt I» .r THE AAACKAY SONG (our Alma Mater) Where the Truckee ' s snow fed waters, drop from mountains crest, And the meadows meet the sagebrush, by the sun caressed. Cradled by the silver mountains ' neath the western blue, Stands our noble Alma Mater, our Nevada U. As the miner, on the desert, prospects ev ' ry place. So Nevada seeks the future with an upturned face. Ev ' rywhere she gathers knowledge, all that ' s good and true. Gives she to her sons and daughters, of Nevada U. We will ever live to serve her, live to give our best. Live to make our Alma Mater pride of all the West. Let her praises wake the echoes, while we pledge anew. Hearts and minds and hands and voices to Nevada U. :.fe i TOT. ' Jo-Anne Sbragia " --— TT. Editor Lynn Gerow Business Manager Richard Morris - ' Photographer David Mandell Art Editor John Miller Athletics Editor Dyanne Hayes Honors Editor Janice Crumley Organizations Editor Barbara Couch Activities Editor Judy Maxsom Activities Editor Donal Ruth Murphy Living Groups Editor Judith Armstrong Faculty Editor Glenda Smith Student Government Editor Claudia Dukes Class Editor Dee Heinbaugh Index Editor Beverly Seher Index Editor ««•■ J € %r m -J. 4 J - - Zable of Contents Dedication - Page 7 In Memoriam Page 1 Administration Page 14 Faculty Page 1 8 Student Government Page 24 Classes Page 36 Honors Page 62 Campus Life Page 86 living Groups Page 1 42 Organizations Page 1 82 Athletics Page 226 Advertisements , Page 268 » Index Page 315 Morrill Hall, the oldest building on campus and the only one that will remain unchanged. Zke Old and . . The Mackay School of Mines shows the traditional architecture of the older buildings. The new Fine Arts building dedicated this year. Zhe J ew The new two million six hundred and seventy-nine thousand dollar library now under construction. i0 i. mlfi: in recognition of thirteen years of faithful service, the 1961 Artemisia is dedicated to you. 0 %« t, lit IN DEDICATION . . . We dedicate this book to Jim AAcNabney in recognition of thirteen years of service to the students and faculty of the University of Nevada. in 1948, Mr. AAcNabney took the position of Assistant Graduate AAanager which he held for two and one half years. In 1951 he becanne Graduate AAanager and has held this position for ten years. Some of his duties include management of the A. S.U.N. Bookstore from hiring employees to checking inventory, supervising all A. S.U.N, expenditures and assist- ing in preparation of all the budgets. He extends his supervision to include helping the Artemisia, Sagebrush, and Wolf Tip Publications, and acts as financial advisor to the Finance Control and Publications Boards, both of which he is a member. To him we owe our thanks and gratitude! ... of Richard Fransway, 20-year-old sophomore from Winnemucca, Nevada, who died October, 1960, in an automobile accident. . . . of Jack AAurdock, 19-year-old sophomore from Winnemucca, Nevada, v ho died October, 1960, in an automobile accident. ... of Lyndon Robertson, 27-year-old senior from Elko, Nevada, who died December, 1960, near Bowers Mansion in an automobile accident. ... of Tom O ' Carroll, 20-year-old sophomore from Winnemucca, Nevada, who died July, 1960, in an automobile accident. II TT}i W ,4 TT ' «i " i VI ii ' " •m r iW irtfl «,... ,4 k Si.i4. f ' ,mj54 H:.:5 i : ' t Ti iMii e j? . Honorable Grant Sawyer GOVERNOR STATE OF NEVADA I welcome this opportunity to send greetings to my friends on the faculty and to the students at the University of Nevada. This has been a period of new growth, new enthusiasm, a new emphasis. This change is reflected in our only institution of higher learning. We are witnessing significant changes— the addi- tion of handsome, well-equipped buildings, a healthy increase in faculty and in student enrollment, and most important, a new enthusiasm for learning. The fine new buildings are tangible evidence of this fresh vigor and zeal. They are symbols of the growing respect for scholarship at the University which is certain to bring it greater eminence than ever in its eighty-seven year history. You students now studying at the University of Nevada are fortunate indeed for never has there been an atmosphere so con- ducive to learning as today. For our nation ' s sake, I am glad this is so. Threats from abroad have not diminished and will not diminish. We are engaged not only in a race for military supremacy, but in a contest for the mind of man, a contest whose outcome will be felt in every corner of the globe. This battle of ideas and ideals is being fought through books and will be won only by serious study and scholarly attain- ment. Knowing this you must be more determined than any generation which has come before to study— to increase your knowledge of the liberal arts on which our democratic concepts are founded and of the sciences which will increasingly shape our destiny. I have great faith in you young people at the University. I know that you are fully aware of the responsibility that is yours as students, and I am very proud of you for accepting the challenge seriously and confidently. My warmest congratulations to those of you who will be graduating this year, and my best wishes to you undergraduates for continued successes! yi i ' y (XoLyf Governor of Nevada 14 The most important task of a state university such as the University of Nevada in these days is to grow— to grow in strength and resources to meet the needs of an expanding student popula- tion, to provide the kinds of educational programs which will enable its graduates to undertake suc- cessfully the challenge of today ' s and tomorrow ' s world, to advance the cause of human knowl- edge and human betterment ' through research, basic and applied— in sum, to play its full and proper part, in the truest sense of a university, as an intellectual, scientific, and cultural resource for all the people of the state. To those of you who graduate this year and move on to your next chosen fields of endeavor, we express the sincere hope that your years with us have been meaningful and significant years of growth and that your education here will be of increasing value to you in the days ahead. We wish you the best of success in all your undertakings. For those of you who will continue your educa- tion at the University, we hope that you will share with us in ever greater measure the sense of community and purpose within the University, which is based upon the conviction that our growth in the future must be not merely material, but above all, one devoted to the pursuit of ex- cellence in all its forms as appropriate to a university. As we work together in this spirit, we can find our best assurance that the University will grow as it should, in strength and determination to meet successfully the manifold responsibilities of our challenging future. President Dr. Charles J. Armstrong PRESIDENT UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA BOARD OF REGENTS . . . (I to r) Hon. Fred Anderson, Hon. Molly Magee, Hon. William Elwell, Hon. N. E. Broadbent, Miss Terry, Hon, A. C. Grant, Dr. Charles Armstrong, President; Hon. Raymond Germain, Hon. William Tyson, Hon. Louis Lombardi, John Porter, Chief Deputy Attorney General. Thomas O ' Brien Ralph Irwin Garold Holstine DEAN OF GRADUATE DEAN OF ARTS AND DEAN OF EDUCATION SCHOOL SCIENCE ' Deans and AMmstmtioH Helen Gilkey DEAN OF NURSING Vernon Scheid DEAN OF t ACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES w r Howard Blodgett DEAN OF ENGINEERING Robert Weems DEAN OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION James Adams DEAN OF AGRICULTURE 16 Kenneth Young EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Jerry Wulk DEAN OF MEN Elaine Mobley DEAN OF WOMEN Sam Basta DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS James Rogers UNIVERSITY ENGINEER Perry Hayden COMPTROLLER AND TREASURER Robert Kersey STUDENT UNION DIRECTOR Roberta Barnes WOMEN ' S COUNSELOR James Hathorn MEN ' S COUNSELOR James Hill DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES Wendell Mordy DIRECTOR OF DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE Alice Terry PRESIDENT ' S SECRETARY James McNabney GRADUATE MANAGER Trini Erquiaga GRADUATE MANAGER ' S SECRETARY 17 NURSING . . . Seated: (I to r) M. Haddad, AA. Haga, D. Button. Standing; D. Darden, H. Gilkey, W. York. HOME ECONOMICS . . . Seated: (I to r) V. Tripple, H. Wells, V. Twitty, C. Duffy. Standing: M. Horn, D. Brownfield, A. Gaston. ■ B HhsHm B Ib ' B CHEMISTRY . . . fl to r K. Kemp, H. Seim, L. Williams, J. Edwards, R. Morris, M. Deming. PHILOSOPHY . . . (I to r) R. Roelofs, W. Halberstadt, W. Baumer. AGRICULTURE . . . First Row: (I to r) C. Bailey, C. Blincoe, D. Marble, E. Barmettler, W. Arnett, E. Wittwer, J. Adams. Second Row: W. Dye, L. Dunn, T. Butler, R. Ruf, G. Fulcher, H. Cords, C. Seufferle. JOURNALISM . . . (I to r) A. Higginbotham, K. Janulis, T. Conover. HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE . . . First Row: (I to r) C. Kunsman, J. Roberts, D. Driggs. Second Row.- E. Elliott, H, Kirkpatrick, W. Shepperson. Third Row; R. Clute, J. Tigner, H. Chase. FOREIGN LANGUAGES . . . ( to r) C. Wells, A. DandinI, AA. Hagner, J. Gottardi, P. TIsserand, L. Kline, C. Melz. WATHEMATICS . . . ( to r) M. Demers, D. Beesley, C. PInkerton, R. MacCauley, Collison. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION . . . first Row- W. Houwink, L. Larsen, E. Vietti, T. Moore, Trestrail, W. Frank, B. Fjeldsted, S. Claunch, a to r) B. Wofford, A T. Martin, L. Laudadio, W. Palmer, J. Hoyt. Plumley, K. Duffy, A. White. Second Row. C. Woods, Dean Weems, Third Row. R. EDUCATION . . . Seated: (I to r) D. Potter, T. Cheney, L. Pourchot, E. Richardson, R. Willey. Standing: H. Brown, H. Grubbs, Dean Holstirje, D. Perry, T. Tucker, C. Reed. AAaCKAY school of mines . . , First Row: (I to r) H. Nelson, J. Butler, C. Hammond, R. Larson, B. Slemmons. Second Row: L. McGirk Jr., A. Payne, W. Voskuil. nr p- ■L l 1 f — t ,« ' ' ■ ' ' ' i i Ik. !■ PHYSICAL EDUCATION . . . Seated: (I to r) J. Felshin, E. Ferdun, R. Russell, Z. Mowrer, W. Moore. Standing: G. Joyner, R. Dankworth, R. Laughter, J. Spencer, G. Broten, R. Trachok, B. Ireland. MILITARY . . . Seated: (I to r) Capt. R. Miller, Capt. N. Craun, Lt. Col. C. Ronan, Capt. E. Lawler, Capt. J. Todd. Standing: SFC V. Matson, MSgt. L. Rand, MSgt. F. Lawson, G. Muncy, SFC Brown, SFC J. Coffey. PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, AND ANTHROPOLOGY . . . First Row: (I to r) W. Day, J. Ryan, P. Secord, R. McQueen, L. Hammel. Second Row: C. Backman, W. Simmons, A. Simirenko, A. Murray, A. Strickon. 20 SPEECH AND DRAAAA . . . (I to r) B. Anderson, C. AAetten, A. Hastings, R. Elmore, R. Griffin, W. Miller. ART . . . (I to r) C. Sheppard, C. Gross, R. Hartman. MUSIC . . . (I to r) J. Hughes, R. Williams, F. Hickman, K. Macy, H. Goddard. ENGLISH . . . Seafed; (I to r) J. Morrison, P. Eldridge, R. Hume, R. Gorrell, H. Woods, G. Herman. Standing: R. Connor, B. Szirotny, M. Ochshorn, C. Laird. PHYSICS . . . (I to r) S. Eccles, R. Sill, R. Worley, S. Leifson, G. Barnes. 21 23 ' »». Benny Echeverria ASUJ Al Pagni FIRST VICE PRESIDENT Valerie Van Nepes SECOND VICE PRESIDENT 24 .. ..» ■ Diana Isola Bonnie Fairchild AWS VICE PRESIDENT AIVS Joyce Casazza ASUN SECRETARY 25 Brenda Higley Bonnie Fairchild Margaret Eddelman Diana Isola A WS Judiciary Board A WS Comcil First Row; (I to r) Dorothy Howell, Katie Diedrichsen, Susan York, Beverly Roberson, Charlotte Sheldon, Diana Isola, Joyce Stephens, Bonnie Fairchild. Second Row; JoAnne Pritchard, Marilyn Nelson, Margaret Ottini, Donna Click, Mary Beth Hockel, Toddene Watkins, Georgia Tesky, Joan Busching. 26 Left to right: Benny Echeverria, Del Loomis, Jo-Anne Sbragia, Don O ' Donnell, Al Pagni, Joyce Casazza, Lynn Walsh, Jon Madsen, Lynn Gerow, Nancy Horning. Publications Board TmuHce Control Board First Row: (I to r) Dr. Seufferle, Lynn Walsh, Del Loomis, Joyce Casazza, Ur. Wilier. Second Row: Al Pagni, Jim Megquier, Benny Echeverria, Jon AAadsen. 27 4 Roger Christensen PRESIDENT Bob Kersey STUDENT UNION DIRECTOR Student Union Board Lita Markhart Board Secretary Diana Isola ASUN Representative Val VanNepes ASUN Representative Dave Short Finance Director Gary Bullis Lectures Chairman Carole Warner Dance Chairman Clark Santini Music Chairman Barbara Broer Movies Chairman Kathy Bailey Hospitality Chairman Mack Moezzi Games Chairman Dudley Cate Special Events Chairman Bob Backus Val Estes Bill Myers Gary Machabee Rich Gwyn Margaret Ottini Joyce Casazza Cal Wilson 28 Left to Right: Stan Garrett, Janet Clements, Richard Warner, Fred Dugger, Brenda Higley, Cecilia Clayton, Clerk. Student Judicial Council Richard Warner Cecilia Clayton CLERK Fred Dugger CHIEF-JUSTICE Janet Clennents Stan Garrett Brenda Higley 29 First Row: (I to r) Bob Heaney, Chairman; Diane McManus, Sandy Kraus, Julie Moore, Nancy Rapp. Second Row; Gary Bullis, Dave Mandell, Denis Graham, Greg Gaylord, Tom Cook, Jim Durham, a li and Assembly Committee SleetioH Moard Left to Right: Barbara Brannen, Chairman; Maxine Wright, Barney Lujan, Kirk Terrell, Jerry Lusk, Norma Moller. 30 Outside Row: (I to r) Janis Palzis, Sue Forden, Shirley Smith, Del Loomis, Lynn Walsh, Norman Harper, Bonnie Fairchild, Valerie VanNepes, Joyce Cassaza, Benny Echeverria, Al Pagni, Ken Taber, Jon Madsen, Bob VanLydergraf, Kathy Bailey, Valerie Estes, Caroll Rivkin, Barbara Broer, Mike Hebert, William Strafton, Bob Scott. Inside Row: Steve Heyer, Tom Sawyer, Carol Smith, Joanne Pritchard, Janice Pritchard, Susan York, James Kendrick, Georgia Tesky, John Welsh, Joyce Stephens. Semte ....« 3ai Bob proposes his plan Steve ponders his decision . . The vote Is counted Left to Right: Toddene Watkins, John Firpo, Joyce Casazza. PuM c KelatioHS Committee ASUJ Mistorian Pat Blake 32 ■ Seated: (I to r) Lynn Spell, Karen Decker, Bev Bean, AAarlene Ferrari, Alice Urrutia. Standing: Kathy Tuminaro, Norma Fenili, Linda Smith, Georgia Tesky. Wo meat ' s Up per class Committee Mc ' s Up per class Committee Row One: Steve Heyer. Row Two: Gary Bullis, Ken Taber, Bob VanLydegraf, Jon Madsen. Row Three: John Heward, Norman Harper, Tim Sughrue, Ralph Madsen. 33 •v First Row: (I to r) Nancy Thomas, Charlotte Sheldon, Marilyn Nelson, Dorothy Howell. Second Row.- Alan Ross, John Heward, President; Chuck Korthuis, Cliff Burrows, Roger Christensen, Ai Pagni. Smor Class Committee mior Class Committee First Row: (I to r) Judy Aoyama, Bev Bean, Lora Leonard, Ann Davidson, Nancy Rapp. Seconcf Row: Dave Quinn, President; John Cavanaugh, Kirk Terrell, Morgan Jellet, Ken Taber. 34 First Row: (I to r) Pat White, Sheri Harwood, Janice Pritchard, Janet Lagomarsino, Linda Young. Second Row: Bill Mortensen, Doug Buchanan, Tim Griffin, President; Ted Marston, Richard Gwyn, Jim Colgan. Sophomore Class Committee ' freshman Class Committee First Row: (I to r) Ted Glenn, Joan Busching, Jim Sinasek, President; Sue Larson, Sam Margolies. Second Row.- Tim Johnson, Wayne Ferguson, Dave Bianchi, Pat Williams. 35 37 John Heward PRESIDENT Karen Abbott Alex Anastassatos Fred Annand Janice Armstrong Brynne Bailey Kathy Bailey Mary Bandoni Janice Beeghly Stanley Beeker Alexander Bissett Gerald Boden Eleanor Bonnenfant Wayne Bowden Richard Brittain Barbara Broer Class Boyce Burge Cliff Burrous Gene Butler Ralph Cameron Georgamy Campbell Jill Campbell Roy Carstensen Joyce Casazza Ying Dard Chan Laurence Chapin Maureen Cheney Dix Christensen Roger Christensen Eugenia Choy Wayne Church Cecilia Clayton Jack Clifford Charles Clock Andrew Cody Philip Coffin Tim Collins Jim Combs Dorthiann Cook Rod Cook Stan Cothrin Barrie Cunningham Jacquelyn Curti William Davis Karen Decker Andrew Desgranges of 1961 Robert Dillinger Sigrid Dow Fred Dugger Bill Ebeltoft Ben Echeverria Margaret Eddelman Mary Eickbush Stan Elberg Peggy Eriksen Robert Fabri Bonnie Fairchild John Flanagon Wendy Freedman Donald Frick Jody Garcia IV " IP IPTfR 1 1. Stanton Garrett Allen Gates Joyce Gearing Davil Gehrt John Gisclon Nornnan Harper Ann Hall Fritsi Hancock Williann Harper Brenda Harrigan Neal Harrigan Russ Hausen Paul Havas Roland Herbert Brenda Higley 40 Rodney Hill Dorothy Howell Holden Howell Paul Huffey Tricia Hug Philip Hulse John Hunter Fumiko Ishii Diana Isola Harold Jackson Virginia Johnson Nancy Jones Paul Jones Ram Kalia James Kendrick Nona Kerr Barbara Kettering Charles Korthuis ' iti pSy Joan Laidlaw Royce Larson Lawrence Lauck John Lauritzen Gerald Lear Henry Leonard! William Leonesio Patricia Lewis Connie Lill , John Locke Linda Loeffler Nancy Lojas Bonnie Fought BobMacDonald Melinda AAackie W WI Len AAarrs Jack Martin Lillian Mason Theresa McGuire Berhl McLendon William McQuaid Raymond Megquier Loren Mickey David Miles Mavis Morgan Bill Myers Marilyn Nelson Chris Nenzel Robert Neuschaefer Jerry Newlin Joseph Nichelini Bartis Nordloh Kathy Oldham 41 Donald Orton David Osborne Margaret Ottini Al Pagni Ronald Pahor Bobby Peck Toni Pimentel Sue Dea Pinneo Larry Piper Patricia Plumm Pat Potter Bob Prida Merlin Puck Ron Randall LaVerne Rosse «» j ini , flp5 t . J 1 l. - r Susan Rauch Margaret Reil Louis Reitz Robert Rommel Alan Ross Lynn Ross Doug Salter Barbara Sbragia Charlotte Sheldon Perry Shirley WilbertSilva George Smith Robert Smith Stan Smith Joyce Stephens gmw 1 Edward Stone Rosemary Sutherland Gerald Swan Carolyn Swinney Wayne Tetrault Michael Thompson Nancy Thomas Ann Thorburn Barbara Timlake Ronald Toomer Thomas Towie Kenneth Tracht Cathy Tuminaro Valerie Van Nepes Patsy Jo Vieta Shirley Vietti Lynn Walsh Jack Wong Sandra Wardell Ann Warren David Wheeler Thelma Whitaker James Wiley Barbara Williams Claudia Williams Taunya Woodford Margaret Woofter Carl Wright Leonard Yamamoto Chuck York Val York Deanna Yrueta Betty Jeanne Zyski iw flr i i WI flftfe Class David Quinn PRESIDENT Gary Bullis Sandra Busey Jan Ahlswede Louise Allen Judy Andrews Gary Annoni Bob Armstrong Brent Caldwell AAyron Carpenter Mitchell Casey Frank Cassas Marcia Avansino Kathleen Bailey John Barker Kay Barnunn David Bartlett Glen Bates Beverly Bean Carolyn Bell Erik Beyer Hanne Beyer Bill Bianchi Alice Boesen Barbara Brannen Patti Brewer Russ Browne Whitney Brown of J 962 Elynor Cassinelli John Cavanaugh Geoffrey Cecchi Patricia Chaffin Larry Cheney Ray Clem Jan Clements Donna Click Donna Cochran Tom Cook Gary Cooney Janice Crumley Barbara Dailey Don Dalton William Daniel Tom Doughty George Davis Glen Davis Ann Davison Barbara DeWar Katie Diedrichsen Peter DiGrazia Carol Ann Dodson Ina Jean Drulias Jim Durham Joseph Eberle Gene Elliott Karen Columbia Barbara Couch Timothy Cramer Mary Ann Erb Bill Evans Valerie Estes Frank Eynon Annette Ezell Frank Fahrenkopf Norma Fenili Marlene Ferrari Joanne Fike Lois Flanary Frankie Foley Marianne Frade Diana Frugoli William Gardella Betty Gibson Harold Gower Lola Gravitt Judy Greene Donna Hackstaff Elwood Hage Jeanille Haggerty Dean Halseth Kay Hamilton Richard Harney Mike Hart Dyanne Hayes Bob Heaney Michael Hebert Suzanne Henderson Lawrence Heward Roy Hib don Sue Higgins Sally Hinds Joyce Hollenback Nancy Horning Cheryl Huges Kathryn Humphrey Sarah Humphrey Andrew Jackson 4 Mary Ann Jacox John Jelavich Morgan Jellett Donald Jensen Duane Johnson Ron Johnson Wally Johnson Charles Jones Tom Jones Robert Kean Daniel Kelsay James Kellison Mary Ann Kerstetter Max Kindall Jerry Kirk Duncan Knowles Steve Lage Warren Laird Harvey Lambert Ron Landes Don Leahy Randy Leary Lora Leonard Harry Lipparelli Susan Lombard! Dave Longacre Dell Loomis Barney Lujan David Lundy Jerry Lusk Sharon Lyman Gary Machabee Jon Madsen Ralph Madsen Pete Magaddino Donald Malone Mickie Manha Gilbert Mandagaran Carolyn Mather Gary Mattice Judith Maxsom Patti McAdam 47 Alex McCulloch Larry McCollum Penny McCollum Herald Merrill Norma Moller Richard Northrop Lorraine Odell Bill Osborne Mike Paradis Steve Parker Anne Perkins Huge Montrose Dianne Moore Raymond Moritz Joanne Mortimer Betty Mudge James Murphy Frank Nenzel Dudley Nicolls Leanna Noble Henry Philcox John Pierotti Elaine Pisciotta Lamar Pomeroy James Powell Jo Ann Prandi Don Pribble Charlese Rupley Nevada Raney Nancy Rapp Robert Rice Albert Richards James Richardson Dorothy Ricketts Janet Riddle Bob Riolo Beverly Roberson Warren Ronsheimer William Rose Beverley Ross 48 Joanie Ruark lilihiM Clark Russel Matthew Rast Madolyn Saibini Norma Samuelson Jo-Anne Sbragia Bob Shoemaker David Short Carol Smith Doug Smith James Smith Lary Smith Linda Smith Carole Sommers Bill Stratto n Richard Strunk Kirk Terrell Georgia Tesky Karen Thoyre Mikell Tidd Don Toral Alice Urrutia - ! tMM Bonnie Van Dyke Bob Van Lydegraf Raymond Vernon Joan Wagner Lael Walker Richard Warner Bob Weishaupt John Welch Clint Wells Bob Werner Jim Whitaker Donald Wilkerson Jerry Williams William Wilson Sharin Winter Sue Wordell Maxine Wright Tony Xavier Susie York Susan Youngs Bob Zuliani 49 Class Janice Aalbu Marcia Adams Lynn Aguilar Tim Griffin PRESIDENT Bob Alfred Helen Alpers Karma Anderson Mike Anslinger James Arden Don Arkell Judith Armstrong Lester Armstrong Richard Armuth Sue Bartholomew Margo Bartlett John Bauer Gayle Beaman James Bennett William Beynon Steve Bibb 50 Susan Black Robert Blair Kathryn Blake Elizabeth Bliss Linda Borer Glen Boson Nancy Bowen Karl Breckenridge Barbara Brice Jim Bronson Karin Bryant Doug Buchanan Bill Burkhart Gail Butler Edward Arteaga Virginia Backes Bob Backus Dale Backus Rose Lee Backus Bonnie Barnard of 1963 Marilyn Cobbley Gretchen Caddy Tom Case Jim Cawiezeil Annette Chadwell Lois Chanslor John Cheever John Clark Kenneth Clayton Brenda Clevenger Don Cluff Barbara Coles Jim Colgan Tom Colson Diana Conton Roger Corkhill John Crawford Janet Craven Harry Culbert Dave Cutler Denise Dangberg Jeanette Date Larry Doughty Malcolm Dewar Roger Dielman Faun Dixon Kathy Doherty Dale Donathan Dilys Doyle Glenda Drum John Duffield Gary Eldridge Jo Ann Elkin Rudy Faber Betty Fantone James Fee Doris Fenili 51 John Firpo Marilyn Fletcher ii iM Susan Forden Roy Faught Ed Friberg Bob Frost Mario Frugoli Lynn Fry Jean Fujii Dennis Golden Ron Gallagher Joan Gansberg Lynn Gerow Lee Gisclon Beverly Goicovic Leroy Goodman Noel Gordon Dave Gotchy Denis Graham Glen Green Richard Gwyn David Haines Arnie Hansen Earl Harriman Sheri Harvi ood Art Haseltine Dee Heinbaugh Shari Helman Paul Helms Ed Hennessey Mary Heward Marybeth Hockel Shirley Holmes Skip Houk Carl Hovland Marilyn Howard Pat Hoysted Bada Jackson Suzanne VanTienen Jansse Carol Johnson Judith Johnson Tom Johnstone Nita Kay Layton David Kennen Kay Kirn Linda Knobbs Arlene Kaastrup Janet Lagomarsino Tim Lane John Langendorf Terry Leavitt Robert Lemon Karol Koehler Wayne Kollodge Marilyn Kotter Penny Kruger Annett Lewis Linda Lewis Bill Lohse William Lombardi Michael Mackedon Larry Malone William Maloney Robert Manaugh David Mandell Jan MacDonald Andrew MacKenzie Jerry McCord Janice McCormick Elizabeth McGuire Beth Ann McKenzie Douglas McLelland Joann McLeod Diane McManus Lynn McPherson Barry Miller Larry Miller Richard Millich Tim Mizner Rose Marie Mohr Cecelia Molini Aliceann Monaghan Julie Moore Bill Mortenson Jane Mortimer Donal Ruth Murphy Ellen Murphy Ronald Nagel Susan Neff Jo Anne Nelson Jean Nichols Michael Nicklanovich Sally Nielson Bryan Nott Diane Nungesser James O ' Flaherty Kathleen O ' Leary Wyatt Oliver Karen Olson Janis Palzis Bruce Park Nancy Patheal MImi Patrick Linda Pearce Sarah Pedersen Earle Pennington Carol Pennock Joe Perozzi Ralph Perry Gay Peterson Marilyn Peterson Cai Pettengill Carolita Pierce Dave Pieritti Beverly Pincolini Dan Poggione Janice Pritchard Joanne Pritchard Penny Rigsbee Carole Rivkin David Roberts Norman Rockwell Becky Rose Gail Rov( ntree Larry Sabin Jeanne Sadler Marta Sanford Dave Salter Clark Sanfini Ann Savage Mike Sauers Jerry Schufz Robett Seifers Daniel Shepler Ted Stoever Helen Sturm Calvin Thompson Milton Thompson Jose Torneo Susan Towie Buzz Trainor Dean Soderstrom Lyia Sprague Judy Stratton Ann Stephenson Richard Stromatt Emmy Lou Stevenson Tom Seeliger Marilyn Singer Dave Sma John Smith Shirely Smith ib II iik li, Bob VanDyke Don VanHooser Tony Wheeler George Wade Dale Wagner Dixie Wallace Toddy Watkins Gail Weber Dwight Weyant Bette Whelan Sally Williams Dona Willock Calvin Wilson Judy Wilton Mike Winfield John Winn John Wood Marvin Wycoff Linda Young Fay Yparraguirre Lee Ann Zimmerman Class Jim Acheson Jacqueline Adams Emily Albright Karol Allison Bob Alward Jim Sinasek PRESIDENT Joe Alvarez Deanna Andersen Donna Anderson Leola Anderson Clint Andreasen Ramon Arrizabalaga Carol Ashworth Sally Atkinson Gary Backus Carol Bailey Christiane Balducci Donald Banta Ronald Banta Barbara Barengo Patricia Barnes Don Barrenchea Judy Ann Bauer Larry Beal Bruce Beardsley Marilyn Bell Judith Berger Kathleen Bergin AAarcia Bernard Jim Bernardi Dianne Beyer David Bianchi Michael Blakely 56 Carol Bobo Dale Boegle Patricia Bourne Peggy Bradley Judy Brann Bob Braunschweig Peggy Breeding Robert Brinton John Bromley Kurt Brown Fianna Beeghly Carolyn Burde Peggy B urgess Jacqueline Burr of 1964 ti a mmmmm Paul Fulstone Michael Gabbard Delores Gable James Galloway Ken Gallaway Andy Gotelli Gene Gardella Greg Gaylord Carol Golay Jo Ann Greco Llla Greene Rosemarie Haenel Bob Hale Carolyn Hall Larkin Hall Sandy Hall Dennis Haney John Hannifan Julie Hansen Sandra Hanson Joan Harrison Judi Havas Kenneth Lavery Don Heath Denise Heismann Jim Helming Eddie Henrikson Patricia Heward Pamily Ann Hinkley Pat Hogan Joe Hollis Helen Horn Charles Hoseltine Doris Howard John Howell Elaine Hoysted Kathleen Hunter Larry Hutchings Andrea Imel Ray Jeffers Judy Jeppson Ann Johnstone Sharon Jones Bruce Jorgensen Richard Junnila Roy Koch Sara Kahrs Mary Ann Keller Jon Key Linda Kilhara Gary Kimball Calvin Kinney Dahl Knoles Clarel Komer Julie Lafond Sarah Jane Lam 58 Tom La Munyon Jackie La Tourrette Bernice Lea Karen Leavitt Gene Le Blanc Anne Lewis Theresa Ley Violet Ley Nancy Limbaugh Liz Little Jim Long Rita Lund Michelle Mackedon Ronald MacLeod Marilyn Madsen Carmelita Markhart Donna Martin Margorie Martin Michael Martin Kenneth Marvel Marshall Mast Rondi Mattson Patrick McDaniel Jack McElwee Sharon McGhee Diane McGihon Lyndell McGue Sharon McHenry Larry Menante Sharon Millard Dave Minedevi Mitch Pearson Fred Mitchell Mike Moore Maureen Murphy Ted Murphy Sharon Myers Richard Newton Susie Nickel Patty Norman Bob Oats Doris Olson Mike O ' Neal Rhoda Orbe Vienna Otegui Bruce Pace Margorie Page Susie Paradis Nancie Parker Rochelle Parlanti Karen Parsons Joann Payne Ronald Peck Karen Peckardt Thomas Peevers Janay Pelletier 59 Is; Leilani Powell Patti Prandi Lorraine Prida Jim Priddy Judy Quanchi Marv Radley Jeannetfe Raney Ron Reafs Brenda Revert Marilyn Reynolds Barbara Rhoda Toni Richards Pat Rogero Patsy Rodgers Ellen Roseman Mary Rossolo Jim Rowe LeRoy Rupert Daphne Safley Stephen Sanders Thomas Sawyer Bill Saxton Beverly Seher Judith Setfergren John Shamel Barbara Shapiro Robin Sheedy Jack Sheen Bill Shiells Jerry Simpson Karen Skinner Suellen Small Ronald Smalley Carolyn Smith Carol Jean Smith Donald Smith Glenda Smith Joan Smith Leslyn Smith Linda Smith Sheila Smith Steve Smith 60 Jeanette Snyder Margery Solomon Kay Sorenson Marianne Spann Barbara Spaulding Suzy Stapenhorst Sharon Stark John Peterson Janet Perry Linda Phillips JoAnne Pittman William Pollard Richard Pollman Dawn Starr Michael Steffens Janet Steiner Nannette Staples Nancy Stegen Dan Stockwell Don Stockwell Georgiann Stout Larry Struve Rodney Stuart Dianne Sturm Don Sundeen Diane Swart Jean Tachoires Linda Taylor Nancy Teakle Jack Tedford James Terrell Ralph Thomas Elizabeth Thompson Gail Thompson Holly Thompson Steve Thompson Patricia Tilton Anita Tobey Judy Twomey Marjorie Uehling Richard Vial Sue Voss Dorothy Votaw Janet Waara Linda Lee Wadsworth Charlene Waegele Connie Wagner Sherry Wagner Joni Waife Kathleen Warner Barry Watkins Nancy Watson Wendy Webb Eugene Weight Kenneth Wendt Cathrine Wentz Jo Ann Westbrook Joan Westfield Jim Whipple Laury Wier Pat Williams Troy Williams Barbara Wilson Larry Wiseman Marguerite Wilson Charles York Karen York Sally Zwonitzer 61 63 Momecom ' mg J 960 The new Queen! Attendants Susan Black, Pi Beta Phi. Blue Key escort, Paul Bible. Alice Ann Monaghan, Gamma Phi Beta. Blue Key escort, John Cavanaugh. Carolita Pierce, Kappa Alpha Theta. Blue Key escort, Gary Bullis. Penny Kruger, Artemisia-Manzanita. Blue Key escort, Jon Madsen. wmm ilii Barbara Zimlake ' Delta Delta Delta ?v.v { S j.-vt;- ■■!?r -; Winter Carnival 1961 Pert and perky, Queen Bev grins as she accepts trophy as Nevada ' s first Winter Carnival Queen. INDEPENDENT Sandra Hall KAPPA ALPHA THETA Marilyn Madsen PI BETA PHI Carmelita Markhart GAMMA PHI BETA Karen Parsons Sho Princesses DELTA DELTA DELTA Ellen Roseman p;i ■ ' i ' ' . ' V. -• j 5. . vvj JndepmdeHt • rJI ir • • «»t fe ; v • »)f ' .Mm , %; -bSm -V- vf»tij t :-; •. . e . ■l J :M MARY ANN ERB Manzanita Hall PATH AAcADAM Kappa Alpha Theta 68 ! ' it ELAINE PISCIOTTA Pi Beta Phi KAREN TUCKER New Dorm mm f ' ,» r i umr Pwm Koyalty 1961 LINDA SMITH Gamma Phi Beta Governor Grant Sawyer places crown on new Queen, Judy Straffon. A tribute fit for a Queen! Escorted by Governor Sawyer, Judy reviews the ranks. Military Ml 1961 Attendants Liz AAcQuire Gayle Beaman Linda Dillon Marilouise Reynolds Gretchen Caddy Queen Dorthiann " lights up! " KAREN DECKER Pi Beta Phi PEGGY ERICKSEN New Dorm Solitude ... a rare thing for this Mackay Day Queen! MARY BANDONI AAanzanita Hall f 1 « . 1 ' Day 1961 Queen Attendants m. ' i JOYCE CASAZZA Gamma Phi Beta MARGARET EDDELMAN Delta Delta Delta Campus Koyalty PEGGY BURGESS Christmas Queen Lambda Chi Alpha Fall 1960 . •■ " ■■ ' ■■ s :- ,1 BETH BOYD Crescent Girl Lambda Chi Alph Spring 1960 MAUREEN DANE Intercollegiate Rodeo Queen Fall 1960 Linda owen maraaaduke Queen of Hearts Sigma Phi Epsilon Spring 1960 DONA WILLOCK Moonlight Girl Phi Sigma Kappa Fall 1960 JUDY SCHNEIDER BROWN White Rose Queen Sigma Nu, Spring 1960 JILL STRATTON CAMPBELL SAE Sweetheart Sigma Alpha Epsilon Spring 1960 T Al Pagni Bartis Nordloh Who ' s Who in American colleges and universities. These Nevada representatives were elected on the basis of grades, activi- ties, and service to the university. Margaret Ottini Ben Echeverria Diana Isola Jim AAegquier Ann Thorburn Roger Christensen Karen Decker Charles York more . . . Who ' s Who Fred Dugger Margaret Eddelman Lynn Walsh Doug Salter Brenda Higley Barbara Broer Phil Hebert Boyce Burge Vice President Maureen Cheney Richard Brittain S. Williann Davis Phi Kappa Phi The upper-crust scholastically among us. Character and initiative plus four years of hard work earn membership into this honorary. Open to both grads as well as undergraduates. Barbara Broer Andrew Desgranges Margaret Eddleman Joyce Gearing Roland Hebert Bill Myers Brenda Higley Donald Orton Holden Howell Margaret Ottini Linda Loeffler Robert Smith Mavis Morgan Claudia Williams Cap and Scroll Founded by Dr. J. E. Church, this honorary organization for senior women includes active and intelligent members. They qualify for membership by being a president of a campus organization and having a 2.7 overall average. Lynne Ross was president of these presidents. Dean Elaine AAobley sponsors the group. Lynne Ross PRESIDENT Dorthiann Cook Karen Decker Pat Fordham Brenda Higley Diana Isola AAelinda Mackie Bartis Nordloh Ann Thorburn Lynn Walsh AWARDS BANQUET— Karen Decker as Mistress of Ceremonies. Left to Right: Jan Felshin, Advisor; Lois Chanslor, Bev Bean, Maxine Wright, Karen Decker, Carolyn Bell, President; Janet Clements. W. A ' t «w All living groups are represented in this association. Participating in baseball, volleyball, badminton, basketball and bowling earns each woman individual points for herself and perhaps a first place trophy for her living group. These awards are presented annually at the WRA Dessert Hour. Up and over during the volleyball tournament . . . which the Independents w on. Strike or gutter? Bowling every week for these " athletes. ' 82 Honorary " WRA " members sing for their dessert. " Bean Feed " speaker Charles Springer, a local attorney and loyal alum. Bob Shoemaker of ATO received the Buzzy Marks trophy for being the most outstanding intramural athlete in sports- manship. Kin near Zrophy Race This coveted trophy represents intramural, athletic supremacy, and unity of a living group. Softball, volleyball, baseball, bowling, skiing, and track are the events in which each group must participate. Annually, each fall, the trophy is awarded at the " bean feed " to the men whose group accumulated the most points . . . then back to the race for next year! These " hairy chested men of ATO " helped bring home the coveted Kinnear trophy. Left to Right: Russ Brov n, Phil Bailey, Jim Whitaker, Frank Fahren- kopf, Gerald Boden, and Wally Johnson. rL-i 1 ,0fft It mMtrn ' ' % WINTER Will I ever concentrate this hard again? President Armstrong addresses the new freshmen. September II 1 f . „. ' -s- . m: iHii r- : r » ' " ■ " ? - Akl r « ■ 1 r ' 1 7 1 f -J tm Bil l L " " MP VI Hiiii H l ' 1 This is an Icebreaker? Have I met you before? Jcc-Kreaket ' Dance Here, let us pin you. Miss Hi and Mr. Hello: Patsy Rodgers and Don Smith. Mello-OH ' the-Mill Dance 87 ■■MiiHli The pause that refreshes. Get on the " Band-wagon " Do you always sleep with your hat on? Pajama Kally Qreek Week ConvocatioH The enfertainmenf by the Sierra Singers was well-received by the crowd. «e f s s " Father Daughters led the group in prayer Panhellenic President, Theresa McGuire, addresses the pledges. Pledge Dessert Qreek Week The banquet in the dining commons. ' d like you to meet m V is i c t . ' 90 Actmties Parade UN « WW Everyone got a button. And we did. You too can become a B.M.O.C.! o c t b e t 91 Campus Players Present ' ' M Wilderness ' ' Hey! What are you running after? Tirst Jntercolkgiate Kodeo Everyone gets in the act. ::. t ' 2-pi ' Boy, is this a grubby job! The Field Day isn ' t complete without a dip in the lake. ts W The Gateway Singers J ovember Momecom ' mg 1960 The 1960 Homecoming festivities opened with the Gateway Singers entertaining a large crowd at the Homecoming Assembly. 94 Pi Beta Phi took home the winning trophy with their sl it " Macl ay ' s Menace. Winning Skits The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the best men ' s skit with their new " Monroe Doctrine. " 95 Gamma Phi Beta entertained everyone with its version of " Campaigning in the Comstocl The beautiful harmony of the Debs pleased the audience during the second act. The Frolic Dancers opened the second act wWh " Come Dance with Me, Charlie. ' 96 The Tri Deltas showed their South American dancing skill in their skit, " Salutos Amigos Jim Durham and Bill Schilling sang folk ballads to the tune of two guitars. The Alpha Tau Omegas portrayed a Russian-dictated Homecoming. 97 " Please Marshall Wulk, Ya Gotta Go to the Show " was the western theme of the Sigma Nu skit. Artemisia— Manzanita told the audience that " Co- Education is the Thing. " fudges ' Choice Kappa Alpha Theta took first place in sorority competition with their " It ' s In the Bag. " 100 Taking the trophy in fraternity competi- tion was Sigma Nu with their " Stomp the Hornets. " SAE is ready to " Blast the Hornets. " Phi Sigma Kappa ' s theme was " Eat ' em j Alive! " |p ' . ATO tells us " There ' s a Sucker Born Every Minute. " ' ' :m — " ' - ' V , 4 , i mtjt Gamma Phi Beta ' s advice was " Whip the Hornets. ' Pi Beta Phi says " Sac ' s a Pushover. " It just wouldn ' t be a parade without the Sundowners. 102 Artemisia-Manzanita says, " Hot Dog, The Alumni Are Home. ' Theta Chi ' s advice was " Go Ape Nevada. " Sigma Phi Epsilon says, " Bounce the Hornets. " 103 Delta Delta Delta ' s advice was " Top the Hornets. " Lambda Chi Alpha says, " P ipe Down the Hornets. " 104 They don ' t look very merry Things must be rough at the North Pole! " December Christmas Assembly 1 ' ' -.. , u- ' I can ' t talk when my mouth is ful " Thanks, Santa. " Christmas Parties for the Children " He ' s Hungry! " ' Is this for me? " Christmas Normals This is Santa Claus? You don ' t mean it! It looks serious. He looks happy. " Gosh! " ' I don ' t believe it! " It ' s lightup time. 109 Zhc Kivalry Presented by Campus Players ' January UMOe Mtiat ' m Jimls This is studying? rr. This is studying! Ill The Union did a booming business! Some people studied in the library 112 While others " l iUB " " Registration Jebmary Lines! Lines!! Lines!!! Even the profs liad problems. What do we do now? A summer afternoon dress worn by Sharin Winter. " fashion Show Sleepwear modeled by Nancy Bower « mw Zhe Assembly Entertainment by the " Melodettes " at the assembly. Winter Carnival Open Mouse The only way to accomplish anything is to get in and iight! We all drank punch . . at least most of us did! Tell me again! I don ' t believe you! Judges ' Choice SIQTHE Wf " Hare ' s to the Winner " was the theme of Kappa Alpha Theta ' s winning decoration. » w w WW A 4 1 ■ ■ B ■ ■ ■ 9 ■ l|MMMM 1 rf 1 1 ■ ' 1 H iiio B ... ' ' 1 ' V I K H " ill f wm ' i „ Lambda Chi Alpha " Palace of Snow From Long Ago " captured the trophy. Delta Delta Delta ' s elves were " Sprucing for Schushing. " Alpha Tau Omega ' s contribution to the Winter Carnival decorations was a cleverly built medieval castle. The only evidence of snow during the carnival season was Sigma Alpha Epsilon ' s " Abominable Sno-Man. " t l« ' r s w 117 Sigma Phi Epsilon pictured a ski race between the three pigs and the Nevada Wolf. Pi Beta Phi ' s theme for their Winter Carnival decoration was " Whistle While You Ski. " Winter Carnival ' v.. Theta Chi cleverly portrayed the " Visions of the Match Girl " ' ' -¥.- . r Tsmt£S!tSia .SSS A 18 Sigma Nu demonstrated a way to keep the Nevada team in shape. The members of the new dormitory had Snow White welcoming everyone to the Winter Carnival celebration. ' Decorations IP 1 « z... 1 Gamma Phi Beta portrayed " Bambi ' s First Winter. " Saturday evening all the skiers enjoyed a banquet in the new Dining Commons. Paul Bible, Chairman of Winter Carnival, crowns Beverly Seher Winter Carnival Princess. 120 Mdting at the There just weren ' t enough chairs. Shall we dance? Ahhh, did that taste good! the Jce Aliceann Monaghan presented Dick " Moose " Armuth his trophy. Ugly M f Trance Here I am . . . the Ugly Man. Mdvch Outstanding fraternity man was Allen Gates. H ■ Outstandrng Qreeks Margaret Eddelman was chosen outstanding sorority woman. ■ :;=r: -« -■■-.i. ' I ' R fMjW :: Lambda Chi, forever and ever! Some business vs as carried on. jCambda Chi Alpha Conclave Too much light for you ? ■ F- H ■IHIH p BV MH VW 1 1 M Hi! ■ 1 H They both look happy about it! Military all Spill something? Looks like a harem! I Aw, you say the sweetest things! Say cheese, please. Support your Kappa Alpha Theta says, " Tie One up for AAarlene . . . and Linda . . . and Beverly! ' Looks like a lot of hot air! XJ % w 126 The pink jeep makes another apfjearance! Candidate! Elections ' t. ftlrti. ' i ' I don ' t see Boo Boo anywhere! The day of elections is the most profitable; food wise that is! 127 Everyone turned out to cast his ballot for Student Government elections. M the Polls Do you have to have a student body card? The decision -mmmm. - ' ' - " S § ' mj £ . H M 128 " and then he said to her . . .! " Men ' s fashions these days! ! Sigma J u Pledge ' Dance AHA! " and then I said to her . . .! " WHS jHtematioHal ' Dinner What would we have done without Dr. Day? The crowd was overwhelmed to see entertainment given by foreign students from India. 130 Tim Griffin was named Playboy of 1961. Playboy ' Dance Ah! Playboy Jokes. All the Playboys were there! You ' re hurting my hand! Such devotion. April True love. You don ' t say! ' V- 7 -:i : . oh Benny Another fish story? junior Pwm Now wait a minute . . I don ' t get the joke. Qamma Phi Beta Dame Only if you do . . . 1 r ' fUJk y H V m Tk B Oh! What a bore! Thats all I have to say. Oh, you say the silliest things! pl !■ «- -» pf } i i i ' M ' lkj V S( I tB I " ■ i! ■n i p ,. 1 V 1 H AAACKAY DAY COMMITTEE— Sfand ng: (I to r) Beverly Roberson, Sherrie Harwood, Tom Seellger, Karl Breckenridge, Nancy Thomas, and Alice Urrutia. Seafed: (I to r) Lynn Gerow, Gary Bullis, John Barker, Frankle Foley, Marlene Ferrari, and Lora Leonard. Gary Bullis, Mackay Day Chairman M ckay ' Day Committee checking beards was great fun. .xaE Delta Delta Delta " Sings a Song of Seasons. " The songteam members are Leanna Noble, Carole Hoover, Lynn Walsh, Claudia Dukes, Gay Peterson, Diane Moore, Barbara Couch, Susan Wordell, and Gall Butler, accompanist. $OH0 Zeams Richard Pollman, Jim Durham, Dave Salter, Art Haseltine, and Bill Schilling of Sigma Nu give a " Tribute to Oscar Hammerstein, II. " 136 " On the Hill Its Hello " was presented by Sigma Alpha Epsilon ' s songteam members: Bob MacDonald, Jim Maine, Greg Gaylord, Rod Stuart, Bob Backus, and Calvin Wilson. est Jmtemity Pi Beta Phi presented " Lets Go Sailing. " Songteam members were Sherry Wagner, Del Loomis, AAimi Patrick, Joanie Ruark, Rondi Mattson, Janis Palzis, and Jean Tachories. 137 " Love ' s in the Space Race " was presented by Jaci Chiatovich, Kathleen O ' Leary, Toddy Watkins, Kay Hamilton, Carol Pennock, Lora Leonard, Janie Nevin, and Georgia Teskey of Gamma Phi Beta. Bob Braunschweig, Mickey Hart, Tom Burns, Boyce Surge, Gene Mortara, and Alan Ross presented " Beyond the Reef " for Alpha Tau Omega. 138 Jack Tedford, Jim Acheson, Glen Boson, Ken Marvel, Pat Clary, Dave Pieretti, Hank Philcox, and Mike Deems of Lambda Chi Alpha presented " Mackay ' s College Capers. " " A Continental Holiday " was presented by Kappa Alpha Theta ' s song team members Karen Peckardt, Marcia Avansino, Leeann Zimmerman, Carol Smith, Karen Thoyre, Nevada Raney, and Nita Kay Layton. est Sorority 139 Speakers Zhrougkout the year HARRY S. TRUMAN ERSKINE CALDWELL VANCE PACKARD A look behind the scenes. Some of the brains behind Mackay Day. OUT! This was a frequent occurrence! Well, it ' s a bus tool WiSr 143 Pmhellenic Council Panhellenic and IFC helped coordinate Greek Week which included workshops, exchange din- ners, convocation, a banquet, and a dance. The Council also sponsored a Panhellenic Workshop for the presidents and rush chairmen of each sorority. Theresa AAcGuire PRESIDENT Margaret Eddelman Tricia Hug DELTA DELTA DELTA Melinda AAackie Dorothy Howell GAMMA PHI BETA Brenda Higley Valerie Estes KAPPA ALPHA THETA 144 Lillian Mason Joan Ruark PI BETA PHI Jfiter- mtemity Council A formal rush program was used by the frater- nities this year, with IFC coordinating the activities of the different houses. IFC and Panhellenic Council planned an entire Greek Week which served to bring all Greeks closer together. Allen Gates PRESIDENT Richard Gwyn Phi Sigma Kappa Roy Hibdon THETA CHI Boyce Burge Cliff Burrous ALPHA TAU OMEGA LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Ted Marsten CHI SIGMA Stan Smith Richard Warner SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON SIGMA PHI EPSILON Doug Salter SIGMA NU 145 T)elta Delta Delta ; Janice Aalbu Margaret Eddelman PRESIDENT -• " - AAarcia Adams Alex Anastassotos Carol Ashworth Judy Berger Linda Borer 845 North Sierra Street Sandra Busey Gail Butler Janet Clements Brenda Clevenger Donna Cochran Karen Columbia Barbara Couch Denise Danberg Dilys Doyle Sherrie Dresch Founded in 1 888 Boston University Theta Theta founded in 1913 Betty Gibson Donna Hackstaff Rosemarie Haenel Sheri Harwood Judia Havas Claudia Dukes Joanne Fike Frankie Foley Patricia Fordham Lynn Fry Joan Gansberg Dee Heinbaugh Mary Heward Sally Hinds Shirley Holmes Carole Hoover Tricia Hug Diana Isola Bada Jackson Mary Ann Kerstetter Linda Knobbs Marilyn Kotter Randy Leary Patricia Lewis Judith Maxsom Beth Ann McKenzie Jo Ann McLeod Dianne Moore Petrea Nelson Susie Nickel Leanna Noble Karen Olson Rhoda Orbe Marjorie Page Gay Peterson Patsy Plumm Leilani Powell Lorraine Prida Nancy Rapp Sue Rauch Toni Richards Janet Riddle Beverly Roberson Ellen Roseman Lynn Ross Ann Savage Jo-Anne Sbragia Charlotte Sheldon Glenda Smith Sharon Stark Joyce Stephens Georgiann Stout Judy Stratton Helen Sturm Diane Swart Holly Thompson Barbara Timlake Susan Towie Valerie Van Nepes Linda Wadsworth Patsy Jo Vieta Lael Walker Lynn Walsh Sandra Wardell Nancy Watson Bette Whelan W Dona Willock Sharin Winter Sue Wordell Deanna Yrueta Bette Jeane Zyski (jam ma Phi Ma AAelinda Mackie PRESIDENT Jan Ahlswede Judy Ann Bauer Marilyn Bell Eleanor Bonnenfant Barbara Brice Carolyn Burde Elynor Cassinelli Joyce Casazza Jaculine Chiatovich Donna Click Marilyn Cobbley Ginger Collard Diana Conton Janet Craven Jacquelyn Curti Carol Ann Dodson Sigrid Dow Joyce Gea.ring Jeanille Haggerty Suzanne Henderson Kay Hamilton Marybeth Hockel Dorothy Howell Sarah Humphrey Founded in 1 874 Syracuse University Alpha Gamma founded in 1 921 710 North Sierra Street t n Diane Nungesser Karen Parsons Linda Pearce Carol Pennock JoAnn Prandi Patti Prandi Pat Rogero Mary Rossolo Cinarlese Rupley Madolyn Saibini Linda Snnith Marianne Spann Barbara Spaulding Georgia Teskey Gail Thonnpson Diana Frugoli Shirley Vietti Joni Waite Toddy Watkins Laury Wier Maxine Wright Janet Lagomarsino Joan Laidlaw Lora Leonard Carolyn Mather Aliceann Monaghan Kappa Mpha Zheta Lynn Aguilar Karnna Anderson Judith Armstrong Dorthiann Cook SPRING PRESIDENT Brenda Higley FALL PRESIDENT Marcia Avancino Kathy Bailey _ , Bonnie Bernard 863 North Sierra Street Kay Barnunn Fianna Beeghly Janice Beeghly Joan Lee Bushing Gayle Beaman Beverly Bean Carolyn Bell Kathleen Bergin Sharon Chase Annette Compagnoni Founded in 1 870 De Pauw University Beta Mu founded in 1921 Barbara De War Katie Diedrichsen Patricia Reward Joyce Hollenback Marilyn Howard Kitty Humphrey Kay Kirn Wanda Dillon Barbara Edgington Valerie Estes Joan Fabbi Betty Fantone Marlene Ferrari Dyanne Hayes Clarel Komer Nita Kay Layton Anne Lewis Rita Lund Sharon Lyman Michelle Mackedon Marilyn Madsen Donna Martin Norma Moller Donal Ruth Murphy Patti McAdam Sharon McHenry Diane McManus Jo Anne Nelson Marilyn Nelson Jean Nichols Kathy Oldham Margaret Ottini Susie Paradis Toni Pimintel Karen Peckhardt Marilyn Peterson r ' Carolita Pierce Nevada Raney Patsy Rodgers Marta Sanford Suellen Small Carol C. Smith Carol Jean Smith Carolyn Smith Jeanette Snyder Peggy Solomon Janet Steiner Elizabeth Thompson Ann Thorburn Karen Thoyre Alice Urrutia Sue Voss Joan Westfield Sally Williams Susie York Linda Young Susan Young Fay Yparraguirre Lee Ann Zimmerman Pi ma Pki Lillian Mason PRESIDENT 869 North Sierra Jacqueline Adams Emily Albright Deanna Anderson Margo Bartlett Virginia Bath Marcia Bernard Dianne Beyer Susan Black Peggy Burgess Barbara Brannen Barbara Coles Ann Davison Karen Decker Faun Dixon Marcia Eccles Muriel Ellis Jerry Ann Elwell Susan Forden JoAnn Greco Judy Greene Pamily Ann Hinkley Elaine Hoystead Karol Koehler Julie LaFond Connie Lill Susan Lombard! Del Loomis Penny McCollum Carmelita Markhart Rondi Mattson Ellen Murphy Founded in 1 867 Monmouth College Nevada Alpha founded in 1915 1 B l 1 r m.. ' il j BBHBl . ? ' • £i£: d L.■mmm . S " r HH Elizabeth McGuire Thresa McGuire Lyndell AAcGul Julie Moore Judy Quanchi Janis Palzis Rochell Parlanti Mimi Patrick Anne Perkins Beverly Pincolini Elaine Pisciotta Dorothy Ricketts Becky Rose Joanie Ruark Jeanne Sadler Linda Snnith Shirley Smith Carole Somnners Kay Sorenson Jean Tachoires Nancy Teakle Nancy Thomas Anita Tobey Suzanne VanTienen Janssee Connie Wagner i Joan Wagner f Sherry Wagner Pat White Taunya Woodford Sally Zwonitzer Boyce Burge PRESIDENT Mptta Zau Omega 205 University Terrace O •4 Richard Armuth Dale Backus Stan Barkley William Beynon Bill Bianchi Dave Bianchi Gerald Boden Bob Braunschweig Russ Browne Gary Bullis Frank Cassas Geoffrey Cecchi William Daniel Peter DiGrazia William Evans Frank Fahrenkopf Gene Germain John Genasci Tim Griffin Joseph Guffey Mike Hart Paul Huffey Andrew Jackson John Jelavich ss M «3«l The ATOs admire their case of trophies which they hope to add to again this year! Ron Johnson Wally Johnson Charles Jones Tom Jones James Kellison Jerry Kirk Wayne Kollodge Tim Lane John Lauritzen Kenneth Lavery William Lombardi Larry McCollum Jim AAacey Gary AAackabee Michael AAackedon Andrew AAacKenzie Terry AAarkwell Hugh Montrose Bill Myers Ronald Nagel Bob Oats Bruce Parks James Powell David Quinn « Thomas Towie Buzz Trainor Bob Van Dyke Raymond Vernon Bob Weishaupt Clint Wells Kenneth Wendt Dwight Weyant Jim Whitaker Jerry Williams Larry Wiseman Guy Yates 160 Bob Ring Dick Ripley Dennis Rosch V William Rose Alan Ross LeRoy Rupert Norman Samuelson Clark Santini Tom Seeliger Miles Setty Bob Shoemaker Jim Sinasek Dave Small Ron Smalley Donald Smith George Smith James Smith Robert Spears Chi Sigma Ted Marston PRESIDENT 1060 Nevada Street m Bruce Beardsley Duane Johnson Frank Fierce Michael Martin Thomas Sawyer Bill Shields Richard Strunk 161 Cambda ChiMpha cliff Burrous PRESIDENT 255 University Terrace Jim Acheson Bob Alward Don Arkell Jim Bernardi Glen Boson Pat Clary Kenneth Clayton Roger Corkill Gordon Corn Harry Culbert George Davis John Deems Dale Donathan Ben Echeverria Jim Elliott James Fee John Firpo George Frank Ed Friberg Gene Gardella Lee Gisclon John Gisclon Dennis Golden Leroy Goodman Denis Graham Earl Harri-man Paul Helms Larry Hutchings Morgan Jellett %t Lambda Chi initiates new members into their chapter. Roy Koch Jim Long Barney Lujan Robert Manaugh Kenneth Marvel Douglas McLelland Barry Miller Mike Moore Robert Neuschaefer James O ' Flaherty Bill Osborne Thomas Peevers Henry Philcox Dave Pieretti Matthew Rast La Verne Rosse Stephen Sanders Bill Saxton Jerry Schutz Jack Sheen Perry Shirley Steve Smith Dean Soderstrom Larry Struve Jack Tedford Bill Trabert Samuel Vaughan Dale Wagner Don Wilhoite Pki Sigma Kappa i- .,rxJ Bob Armstrong FALL PRESIDENT Richard Gwyn SPRING PRESIDENT 877 North Sierra Street Mike Brown Mitchell Casey Ray Clem Tom Curry Larry Dickinson Fred Dugger Bob Frost Robert Goodwin Norman Harper Roland Hebert The Phi SIgs enjoy the living room of their new fraternity house Ed Hennessey Joe Hollis Jerry Lusk Gilbert Mandagaran Jerry McCord Patrick McDaniel Pearson Mitch Raymond AAoritz Richard Newton Bill Nixon Ralph Perry Edward Stone Leonard Sutherland I -jXSSM Stan Smith PRESIDENT Sigma Mp d Spsibn Larry Beal Whitney Brown Bill Burkhart Dennis Carlson Howard Chambers Larry Cheney Roger Christensen Jerry Cinani Charles Clack Jim Colgan Stan Cothrin Jim Crawford Denver Dickerson Richard Dixon Gary Eldridge Bob Engle Robert Estes Paul Fulstone 835 Evans Avenue Jim Gaumer Greg Gaylord Jim Glaser Tim Grant Bob Hale Larkin Hall Dan Halseth Dennis Haney William Harper Bob Heaney Dave Herrman Jerry Ives Donald Jensen Robert Kean Jim Keeton Calvin Kinney Duncan Knowles Don Leahy Harvey LoSasso Bob AAacDonald Ralph AAadsen Jim Maine James Mathewson Dan Matthev s Stuart Maxwell Jack McElwee Larry Menante Gerald Merrill Tim Mizner Bill Nelson SAE pledges and actives enjoy dinner before their Monday night meeting. Dudley Nicolls Richard Northrop Bruce Pace Don Pribble Woody Ribal Bill Robertson Keith Roman Jim Rowe Clark Russell David Short Doug Smith John S. Smith William Snebold Rodney Stuart Wayne Tetrault Kenny Vaughan Barry Watkins Bob Werner Calvin Wilson Mike Winfield Tony Wheeler Tony Xavier Church York CMe Sisters ofMl v ii The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon have very loyal and enthusiastic friends in SAE ' s official auxiliary, the Little Sisters of Minerva. Little Sisters do everything from making baseball uniforms to helping with rush. They are also official hostesses for Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Kathy Bailey Barbara Brannen Margaret Eddleman Va! Estes Sue Forden Donna Hackstaff PRESIDENT Sally Hinds Joyce Hollenback Patti McAdam Margaret Ottini Janis Palzis Linda Pearce Joanne Pritchard Joan Ruark Charlotte Sheldon Linda Smith Alice Urrutia Valerie VanNepes 169 Sigma J u Doug Salter PRESIDENT 1075 Ralston Street Gary Annoni Glen Bates David Bartlett Michael Blakely Robert Blair Karl Breckenridge Jim Bronson Kurt Brown John Cavanaugh Ty Cobb Stephen Cox Dave Cutler Don Da I ton John Davies Larry Doughty when ever Sigma Nus get together, there ' s bound to be fun! Tom Doughty Jim Durham Joseph Eberle Frank Eynon Dan Foerschler Carson Frazzini Ken Gallaway Allen Gates Tom Case Lynn Gerow Tom Cook Lance Gotchy Arthur Grohs Arnie Hansen Richard Harney EU -g ■triy Art Haseltine Don Heath Jim Helming Lawrence Heward John Heward Johnny Howell Tom Johnstone ' -» . Bruce Jorgensen Richard Junnila Jon Key Dahl Knoles Steve Lage Ron Landes Gene Le Blanc William Leonesio Bill Lohse Ronald MacLeod Jon AAadsen Donald Malone David AAandell Len Marrs Jim Megquier Larry Sabin Dave Salter Mike Sauers Robert Scholes John Shamel Michael Steffens Ted Stoever Michael Thompson Steve Thompson Bob Van Lyclegraph Richard Vial George Wade Donald Wilkerson Pat Williams David Wheeler Bryan Nott Al Pagni Mike Paradis John Peterson Cal Pettengill Richard Pollman Louis Reitz Robert Rice Dave Minedew Bill Mortenson James Murphy ♦ » I 0 Sigma Phi Spsilon 1 . Richard Warner PRESIDENT %%% 131 1 Terrace Drive Doug Buchanan Tom Colson Timothy Cramer Stephen Dashiell John Fennell Wayne Ferguson Mario Frugoli Stanton Garrett Michael Hebert Charles Korthuis Dennis McPherson Ronald Merling Warren Ronsheimer Kirk Terrell James Terrell Zketa Chi 429 University Terrace David Gehrt John Kimpton Harvey Lambert Marshall Mast Marv Radley David Roberts Daniel Shepler Don Van Hooser Roy Hibdon PRESIDENT Barbara Broer Helen Donna Leola Janice Rose Lee Virginia Katlileen Mary Patricia Alpers Anderson Anderson Armstrong Backus Backes Bailey Bandoni Barnes Karin Bryant Jacqueline Burr Joyce Burr Delores Gable Joan Harrison Gretchen Caddy T- v Nancy Jane Kathy Patricia Jo Ann Mary Ann Denmarsh Doherfy Dinan Elkin Erb Beverly Peggy Doris Norma Raylene Erickson Eriksen Fenili Fenili Fezler ( AAary Geraghty Denise Heismann Lois Chanslor Beverly Goicouic Shari Heiman « Beth Ann Jones Maureen Dane I i Noel Gordon Sue Higgins Sharon Jones Sue Hanne Kathryn Carol Patricia Nancy Peggy Peggy Pattie artholomevi Beyer Blake Bobo Bourne Bowen Bradley Breeding Brewer Mtcmisia Pat Hogan Helen Horn Arlene Kaastrup Sara Kahrs «SH r Mary Ann Keller Linda Kihara Kruger Sarah Jane Lam Annett Lewis Lynne AAcPherson Jane Mortimer TW Joanne Mortimer Betty Mudge Kathleen O ' Leary Doris Olson Joann Payne Sarah Pedersen Janay Pelletier Linda Phillips ... Janice Pritchard Joanne Pritchard JHa zamta Association Brenda Revert X i Penny Rigsbee Dawn Starr Emmy Lou Stevenson Dianne Sturm Judith f Settergren Linda Taylor • ' -i ' C r f A n f Ji ' l lf W K ■ - P Dixie Wallace Carole Warner Wendy Webb Gail - Weber Cathoyn Wentz Mikell Tidd Patricia Tilton Marguerite Wilson Nancy Limbaugh Susan Neff Sue Dea Pinneo Jeannette Raney r- Marilyn Reynolds Marjorie Uehling Judy Wilton f 1 Diane McGihon Bartis Nordloh Jo Anne Pittman Margaret Reil Barbara Rhoda iM ' 4 " Wk 1 Lyia Sprague Janet Waara $ «. ■S Ramon Arrzabalaga Edward Arteaga Donald Banta Ronald Banta Robert Brinton John Bromley Gene Buzzetti Brent Caldwell John Cheever Donald Costa John Cox 1 Malcolm Dewar Robert Dillinger Bill Ebeltoft Gene Elliott Cittcoln-Martman 178 Ron Evans Roy Faught Joseph Fiore Tommy Fong Michael Gabbard Ron Gallagher John Hannifan Carl Hovland Richard Hayward Ray Jeffers Daniel Kelsay Tom LaMunyon John Langendorf Gerald Lear Terry Leavitt Larry Piper Harry Lipparelli John Locke 1 t |g r ' ' ' McCullock ' Jim McDode ' • » Larry Malone William Maloney David Miles John Miller Larry Miller Fred Mitchell Ted Duane Murphy Michael Nichlanovich Wyatt Oliver Ronald Pahor Steve Parker Ronald Peck Earle Pennington A ' Association William Pollard LaMar Pomeroy Jim Priddy Norman Rockwell Robin Sheedy Bill Straton Richard Stromate Dan Sundeen Milton Thompson Don Toral Jose Torneo Kenneth Tracht John Welch Jim Whipple Troy Williams William Wilson Marvin Wycoff 179 • A ' ' . ■■•i ■• S. g.y-. M... : J ' r , ■vtv? ' i ' I ? - i . ' V i :,:« ' : ■ ' r?f5»w« ! p5ir sx ' P - ' " ' il ' " JjipjWWII o-v. fr:M ' - mat ' ! ' 17 T- I V - ' t ' W si? — r f7r •» j.,j M t ■ ' i:p2 4 " ■ «■- ' " n .V rcC»f mock j Bob Alfred Myron Carpenter Tonn Case Jim Cawiezell Joseph Eberle Frank Fahrenkopf Gene Germain David Haines David Longacre Robert Lemon Jon Madsen Bill Myers Bob Riolo Dick Ripley Doug Salter Dave Small Val York 182 Rod Cook Tom Cook Bill Daniel Mike Hart Skip Houk Bob Shoemaker PRESIDENT I Frank Nenzel Steve Parker Joe Perozzi Mike Thompson Tom Towie Clint Wells Jim Whitaker Bob Zuliani 183 Deanna Andersen Brynne Bailey Carolyn Bell Joan Ruark PRESIDENT Lois Chanslor Karen Decker Perns Glenda Drum Jo Ann Friesen Shirley Holmes Mlkt Joan Laidlaw Aliceann AAonaghan Margaret Ottini Linda Pearce Pat Potter Penny Rigsbee Karen Skinner Linda D. Smith Lyia Sprague Susan Towie Cathy Tuminaro Alice Urrutia Dixie Wallace Kathleen Warner Maxine Wright Karen Decker PRESIDENT Kathy Bailey SagcHS Margaret Eddelman Mary Ann Erb Brenda Higley Joyce Casazza Janet Clements Dorothy Howe Diana Isola Lora Leonard Patsy Lewis Theresa McGuire Melinda Mackie Lillian Mason Marilyn Nelson Margaret Ottini Sue Dea Pinneo Joan Ruark Linda D. Smith Ann Thorburn Lynn Walsh Carole Warner David Allingham Lester Armstrong David Bartlett Gerald Boden Cliff Burrous Ralph Cameron Geoffrey Cecchi Gary Cooney Peter DiGrazia Fred Dugger Jim Durham Bill Ebeltoft Lav rence Lauck Barney Lujan Jerry Lusk Larry McCollum Jon AAadsen 186 Bob Weishaupt Jim Whitaker University of J evada Cadet Officers ' Club P John Hunter PRESIDENT Ben Echeverria William Evans Allen Gates Bob Heaney Morgan Jellett Jerry Williams William Wilson Mike Winfield Herald Merrill Edwin Orrick Ted Rupley Doug Salter Don Toral 187 I lue Key Al Pagni PRESIDENT John Cavanaugh Roger Christensen Benny Echeverria Allen Gates Bob Heaney Roland Hebert Gary Machabee Jon Madsen Jim AAegquier PRESIDENT Coffin and Keys • Boyce Burge Cliff Burrous Roger Christensen Ben Echeverria Allen Gates John Heward Doug Salter Kirk Terrell Chuck York 189 Bob Backus PRESIDENT Don Dalton Gary Eldridge Carson Frazzini Lynn Gerow Tim Griffin Richard Gwyn Don Heath Bruce Jorgensen Jon Key Calvin Kinney Joe Alvarez Karl Breckenridge Kurt Brown Kenneth Clayton Jinn Colgan Tom Cook Bill Lohse Andrew AAacKenzie David Mandell Dave Minedew Bill AAortenson Bryan Nott Jim Rowe Clark Santini Jim Sinasek Calvin Wilson OFFICERS: (I to r) Janis Palzis, Vice President; Joanne Pritchard, Treasurer; Marilouise Reynolds, President; Linda Young, Secretary; Mimi Patrick, Historian. Pa es Chosen upon leadership and scholastic ability, this honorary service organization is composed entirely of sophomore girls. Helping at the A.W.S. Christmas party and at other service and charity functions are their main jobs. Row One: (I to r) Mimi Patrick, Dona Willock, Lynn Aguilar, Linda Young, Jo Anne Nelson, Susan Towle. Row Two: Marilouise Reynolds, Doris Fenili, Lynn Fry, Ellen Murphy, Jeanne Sadler, Kay Kirn. Row Three: Janet Lagomarsino, Janis Palzis, Joanne Pritchard, Janice Aalbu, Allceann Monaghan, Linda Pearce. 191 Siena (guardsmen whether it was half time at a basketball game or the Nevada Day parade, this group with shiny shoes and helmets, clean white gloves, and snappy uniforms put on a show of drill and timing that was appreciated by all who watched them. 192 c: 1 " " ' ' ' i ' ' i ' !iiii(P i ' «w ' n»iiiaiiiiiiMi»i|i»i»»iiw»iiiiiipi K.OX£,naHd Led by Delmar Dolbier in their 1960- ' 61 activ- ities, the R. O. T. C. band performed at several local and university functions. 193 i _u:C«M|F University Dr. John Carrico DIRECTOR Whether supplying spirit during a game, a half-time show, an evening concert, or marching in a parade, the University of Nevada band, under the direction of Dr. John Carrico, had a busy and successful year. Participation in local events, as well as sponsoring their own activities added much to their campus life. Front Row: ( to r) Jerry Lusk, Ann Savage, John Terry, Maxine Wright, Dr. John Carrico, Director; Linda Kihara, Bill Maloney, Randall Christensen. Row Two: Rich Toral, John Cory, Kathryn Blake, Don Porter, George Trotter, Tody Imel, Ginger Backes, Bob Goodwin, Roger Sorensen, Mary Brown, Leon Storms, Marjorie Martin, Curtis Fremont. Row Three: Richard McConaughy, Judith Wilton, Michael Gabbard, Ted Kruth, Jack Damron, Annette Ezell, Prof. Felton Hickman, Bob Moncriet, Prof. Harold ' Goddard, John Peterson, Mike Cherry, Frank Pekary, Doris Howard. Row Four: Sherrie Dresch, Mike Deems, Dan Shepler, Tom Lee, Dan Augustine, Glenn Laughton. 194 Performing at half-time of the Pepperdine Game Sherrie Dresch MAJORETTE The " pep band " keeps spirits high . . " ° ■%»_ 195 Row One; (I to r) Donald Wilkerson, Treasurer; Janet Webb, Publicity; Gayle Fierce, Secretary; Dianna Matthias, Charles Baker, President; Joe Torneo. Row Two: Aldo Urrutia, Gary Cooney, Bill Maloney, Bill S.mith, Kenneth Tracht. Row Three: Len AAarrs, Dr. La Rivers, Dr. Tibbitts, Dr. Ryser, Andy Anderson. biology Club Campus Players Row One: (I to r) Dale Gordon, Delmar Dolbier, Sarah Pedersen. Row Two; Mack Homestead, Kim Waldo. Row Three; Dr. Charles Metten, Kathleen O ' Leary, Robert Lemon. Standing: Doug Smith, President; Iris Homestead, Jerry Small. 196 Row One: (I to r) Linda Borer, Carole Hoover, Petrea Nelson, Judy Brann, Charles Preston, Max Kindall, Pat Fordham, Tricia Hug. Row Two: Lyndell McGue, Jacullne Chiatovich, Donna Click, Melinda AAackie, Kay Hamilton, Jackie Curti, Carolyn Mather, Sue Rauch, JoAnn McLeod, Dee Hein- baugh, Linda Knobbs. Row Three: Dr. Potter, Beth McKenzie, Mary Heward, Sandra Wardell, Frankie Foley, Joyce Stephens, Patricia Lewis, Beverly Roberson, Dilys Doyle, Karen Olson, Rosemarie Haenel. S,J JJ. On its Tuesday evening nneetings, the Student National Educa- tion Association enjoyed another year of spaghetti dinners, guest speakers, and was host to students from every high school in the state at their annual get-together with the high school F.T.A. Joyce Gearing relinquishes her presidential gavel to Beverly Rober- son, the new S.N.E.A. president. 197 JOAN RUARK i| ni : DIANNE HAYES Top to Bottom: Bob MacDonald, Joan Ruark, Dianne Hayes, Lorraine Odell. LORRAINE ODELL Pep, energy, four good pair of lungs, and GO, WOLF- PACK! Connbine with the cute songleaders ' six pair of lively feet and the result was one of smiles, color, spirit, and an enthusiastic rooting section. 1 - - Hp v ijJHf||| anr bbbS 1- 4 ■ HI m ' 3IHH Hhk!6 BOB MacDONALD HEAD ! 198 Lois Chanslor, Treasurer; Beverly Bean, Vice President; Janet Clements, Secretary; Carolyn Bell, President. Women ' s Kecreation Association Open to all University of Nevada women, the WRA offers a chance to participate in bowling, badminton, volleyball, basketball, and many other recreational activities. Throughout the year, competition is held with other schools in the sur- rounding area and all women students look forward to the spaghetti feed held in May. Row One: { to r) Lois Chanslor, Beverly Bean, Jan Felshin, Advisor; Janet Clements, Carolyn Bell. Row Two: Lynn Aguilar, Shirley Holmes, Linda Pearce, Doris Fenili, Nancy Sanders. 200 From Row: (I to r) Sharon Myers, Karma Anderson, Leola Anderson, Jane Mortimer, Joan Gansberg, Fay Yparraguirre. Row Two: David Christensen, Jim Smith, Rev. A. E. Mueller. Ve ta (Jamma Phi Aipfta Zketa Front Row; (I to r) Diane Driver, Loren Mickey, Marilyn Nelson, Margaret Eddelman, President; Judith Maxson, Diana Isola. Row Two: Roy Woofter, Carol Smith, Joyce Gearing, Dana Evans, Maurica Osborne, Charles Silvestri. Row Three: Laurence Chapin, Prof. W. Shepperson, Prof. H. Kirkpatrick, Prof J. Tigner, Prof. Russell Elliott, Ayaz Yusuf. 201 Row One: (I to r) Judy Maxsom, Jan Clements, Shirley Holmes, Barbara Couch, Nancy Rapj3, Karen Thoyre, Judy Wells, Susanne Jansse. Row Two: Sally Zwonitzer, Shireen Dewhitt, Patsy Lewis, Kay Barnum, Sally Hinds, Rosemary Sutherland, Lorraine Odell, Judith Armstrong. Row Three: Jim Kellison, John Bauer, Charles Preston, Hayden Henderson, Jim Acheson, Harry Day, Bob Armstrong, Jim Keeton. Row Four.- Bob Scott, Kay Sorenson, Sue Wordell, Carmelita Markhart, Susan Black, Larraine Prida, Petrea Nelson, Peggy Burgess. y uff KepuMkaHS young ' Democrats Seated: (I to r) Dyanne Hayes, Icyl Cornelius, Grace Jackson, Jerry Speer, Clarel Komer, Kathy Oldham, Marilyn Nelson, Lila Greene, Margaret Ottini, Kevin McGreevey, Bob Waroff, Peggy Erickson. Standing: Don Walker, Paul Haves, Marlin Bray, George Spizzirri, Royce Feour. Row One: (I to r) Leon Storms, John Cory, Lamar Pomeroy, Terry Leavitt. Row Two; Alice Dustin, Nancy Bowen, Karen Beyer, Sharon Jones, Sandy Austin, Nina Dustin, May Cropper. Row Three.- Richard Hayward, Bryant Wadsworth, Roy Fahght, Don Cottam, Michael Cox, Ron Lewis, Ladd Cropper. Cambda ' Delta Sigma Canterbury Club Row One: (■ to r) Kathy Doherty, Kathleen Tilmon, Taunya Woodford, Virginia Bath, Mary Ann Kerstetter. Row Two: Father Kerstetter, Paul Stanley, Ted Moore. 203 Row One: (I to r) Joyce Truitt, Carolyn DeBard, Linda Duncan. Row Two: William Muller, Alice Boesen, Lois Flanary, Barbara Champlin, Marie Haddad, Joe Hollis. Row Three: Adron Spencer, William Drisdale, Jim Hammond, Jerry Robinson, Denis Graham, David Truitt, Ronald Smalley. baptist Student OrganizatioH J ewman Club Row One: (I to r) Madolyn Saibini, Ann Warren, Bob Lemon, Mike Cannon, Maxine Wright, John Regelbrugge, Marybeth Hockel, Deanna Yrueta, Jeanille Haggerty. Row Two.- Judy Black, Pat Norman, Erin O ' Brien, Ann Prida, Alice Urrutia, Marilyn Nelson, Dyanne Hayes, Julie LaFond, Jesse Febo. Row Three: T. R. Martin, John Pierotti, Joseph Perozzi, Marianne Frade, Janet Waara, Marianne Schneider, Joan West- field, Joyce Burr, Elinor Petroni, Larraine Prida, Father Dooley, Paul Conlin. Row four: Bob Prida, Earl Cornforth, John Prida, Bob Rosevear, Dick Armuth, Frank Nenzel, Patricia Vieta, Charles Gervie, Joseph Guffy. Row One: (I to r) Muree Drummond, Pat Clary, Jo Anne Nelson, Donal Ruth Murphy, Margot Mills, Gary Sullivan, Maria Bailey. Row Two: Roger Mills, Dennis Talbott, Earle D. Staley, Monte Martin, Ed Martin, Gary Cook, R. L. Irwin. Weski ouHdatioH Cutkeran Student AssociatioH Left to Right: Fred Miller, Marilyn Kotter, Ronald Haines, Sherman Martin, Rose Marie Mohr, Larry Struve, Pastor Kotter, Norman Samuelson. University Singers SOPRANOS Armstrong, Judith Applewhite, She rry Bourne, Patrica Burr, Jacqueline Haenel, Rosemarie Howard, Doris Loomis, Del Thompson, Ceola Vance, Joyce Williams, Joyce TENORS Armstrong, Robert Clary, Pat Luncjgren, George Pollman, Richard Reynolds, Ronald Terry, John P. ALTOS DeWhitt, Shireen Hall, Sandra Hamilton, Mary Jacox, Maryann Leary, Randy McLeod, JoAnn Rauch, Susan Rupp, Wendy Schneider, Marianne Strang, Carol Lee Teskey, Georgia Workmon, Joan BASSES Christensen, James Lee, Tom Lusk, Jerry Marvel, Kenneth Mills, Roger Moncrieff, Robert Storms, Lewis Wilson, Cal Winn, John Dr. William Macy DIRECTOR 206 Row One; (I to r) Karen Olson, Dee Heinbaugh, Dilys Doyle, Leanna Noble, Sue Rauch. Row Two; Don Dalton, Glen Bates, Marilyn Peterson, Carolyn Bell, Janice Crumley. Row Three: Dave Lutz, Jerry Simpson, Milton Thompson, Warren Laird, Charles Davis, John Barker. Sh ' eiub Spaghetti feed at Winter Carnival time, Warren Miller ski movies, and just plain skiing helped make the Ski Club ' s year one of success and fun! OFFICERS: f fo !) Don Dalton, Marilyn Peterson, Glen Bates. 207 Row One; (I to r) Maureen Dane, Charles Jones, Bud Hage, Ellen Johnston. Row Two: Wanda Dillon, Rita Lund, Marta Sanford, Lynne AAcPherson, Nancy Jones, Wanda Armstrong. Row Three: Ed Stevenson, Bill Kane, Tom LaMunyon, Hank Castro, Clint Wells, Bill Johnston. Row Four: Dave Glaser, Dick Downs, Mike DeWitt, Delbert Ratliff, ' Dale Boegle, Dave Haas, Roger Mills. Row Five: Marylynn Glaser. A0e Club Always active in student affairs, the Aggies, this year, brought to the University of Nevada campus the First Annual Intercollegiate Rodeo. The traditional " Comic Rodeo " at Mackay Day time and the Aggie Stomp helped to round out a very successful year. 208 Row One: (I to r) Barbara Dailey, Pat Fordham, Bev Roberson, Dr. Kemp, Diana Frugoli, Joyce Truitf. Row Two: L. Williams, Harry Edwards, John Riggs, Lewis Perkey, Ray Clem, Ed Hussey, J. Edwards. Row Three: R. J. Morris, Don Tankersley, Roger Grable, David Truitt, Goeffrey Cecchi, H. J. Seim, M. W. Deming. Chemistry Club Kifle Club Row: { to r) Ralph Cameron, Philip Ebert, Greg Gerlh, Don Arkell. Row Two: Capt. N. E. Craun, John Hunter, Frank Fierce, Steve Matson. 209 Don O ' Donnell EDITOR Covering the current campus news— both serious and light— presenting sports news, feature articles and columns, and giving editorial insights on world-wide, local, and campus affairs; this year ' s volume of the Sagebrush was a successful coordination of hard work and good times by the able staff. Nancy Horning BUSINESS MANAGER STAFF MEMBERS . . . (I 1o r) Mary Beth Hockel, Donal Ruth Murphy, Marilyn Kotter, Dyanne Hayes, Margo Bartlett, Toddene Watkins. 210 SPORTS EDITORS: Ron Ball Dyanne Hayes Royce Feour MANAGING EDITOR: Don Graydon COLUMNISTS: Dick Morris, Royce Feour, Marilyn Kotter, Bill Adams. Front Row: ( fo r) Paul Havas, Larry Mulchings, Al Pagni, Margaret Eddelman, Nancy Bowen, Renate Graft. Row Two: Harry Lipparelli, Stan Garrett, Dr. Griffin, Larry Struve, John Heward. jHtercollegiate forensic Club Competition in various debates and speaking contests brought many awards and honors to the U. of N. debate squad. Some of their outstanding achievements v ere: Second place in the Individual Debating by Al Pagni and John Heward at the CO. P. Invitational. At this same meet, the debaters beat the Cal debaters. First place by Stan Smart in the Extemporaneous speaking at the San Mateo meet. Also, in San Mateo, Pat Clary and Larry Struve took second place in the Individual Debating and the debate team tied that of Stanford. Other tries throughout the year, to Oregon and California, brought more honors to these hard working debaters and speakers. 212 Jo-Anne Sbragia EDITOR Artemisia Staff Lynn Gerow BUSINESS MANAGER Dave AAandell ART EDITOR Dick Morris PHOTOGRAPHER 213 ACTIVITIES STAFF . . . Lynn Fry, Judy Maxsom and Barbara Couch, Co-Editors. ! Janice Crumley ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR Judith Armstrong FACULTY EDITOR STUDENT GOVERNMENT STAFF . . . Sandra Busey, Nancy Rapp, Glenda Smith, Editor. To compile the 1960-61 record of the stu- dents, faculty, organizations, and events on the University of Nevada campus. The AR- TEMISIA staff put in long hours of planning, designing, compiling, picture taking, and dead- line meeting. Typing the copy, arranging for pictures to be taken, and identifying faces were only a few of the problems facing this able group, which managed to solve most of the difficulties efficiently. Editor Jo-Anne desig- nated and composed particular areas and checked the efforts of her staff of over twenty. Dyanne Hayes HONORS EDITOR INDEX EDITORS ... Dee Heinbaugh, Beverly Seher. GREEK STAFF . . . Donna Anderson, Donal Ruth Murphy, Editor; Shirley Holmes. Row One: (I to r) Roger Corkill, Suzy Stapenhorst, Doug Salter, John Gisclon, Ron Toomer, Tim Collins, Bob Dillinger, Lee Johnson, Charles Batchelder. Row Two: Tom Wiechmann, Earl Harriman, Jerry Capeney, Ted Murphy, Carl Wright, Gene Butler, Tom Duffy, Doug Hoggatt, Prof. J. Carlson, Gene Neville. Row Three: G. S. Sandhu, Joseph Fiore, George Ahlberg, Philip Ebert, Prof. R. McKee, Dick Schneider, Dr. E. Harris, Del Whipple, Prof. K. Yarborough. Z fe A Merkan Society of Mechanical SngiHcers OFFICERS: (■ fo r) Prof. R. McKee, Bob Dillinger, Lee Johnson, President; Doug Hoggatt. 216 l«Mia«a«MmK»i N V v t 5U.V2 iit«m riJ Row One: (I to r) Fred Annand, Merlin Puck, Gerald Swan, George Smith, John Kleppe, Henry Leonardi, William Waldman, Stan Becl er, Ronald Randall, Howard Nielsen, William Ebeltoft, Marshall Dawson. Row Two: W. Leonard, John Lauritzen, Andrew Desgranges, David Miles, Gerald Lear, Wilbert Silva, Charles Foster, Cliff Burrous, Berhl McLendon, John Martin, R. Horning, Juan Camangian. Row Three: Larry Coleman, D. Edwards, James Richardson, D. Eineichner, Mitchell Casey, Prof. Clark, Prof. Sandore, Prof. Fell, Harry Botsford, George Eraser, William Stratton, John Weber, E. Sammler. Row Four; Robert Wood, Leonard Lindauer, Richard Lund, P. Nelson, Mr. Higgins, Lester Armstrong, John Bibb, C. Flatter, Franklin Eynon, David Scruggs, J. Littlepage. AfMcrican institute of Electrical Engineers and Institute of Kadio Sngineen OFFICERS: Row One: (I to r) Prof. Clark, Counselor; Prof. Sandorf, Counselor; Fred Annand, Chairman; John Kleppe, Treasurer. Row Two: Ron Randall, Secretary; Andrew Desgranges, Vice Chairman; David Miles, Secretary. 217 Front Row: (I to r) John Kleppe, Morgan Jellett, Fred Annand, Frank Eynon. Row Two; John Gisclon, Jim Combs, Bill Myers, Bob Lee, Bill Rose, Bill Stratton, Jim Richardson. Row Three: Andrew Desgranges, Jack Martin, Bill Ebeltoft. Row four: Gerald Swan, Gerald Lear, John Lauritzen, David Miles, Merlin Puck. S ma Zau OFFICERS: (I to r) Bob Dillinger, Secretary; Prof. K. Yarborough, Advisor; Bill Myers, President; John Lauritzen, Vice President. 218 1 1 li ii L i r 1 r 1 IT r. ' ' ■»• 1 ' ' V - » I »« ) Fronf Row: (I to r) James Huntington, Millard Reed, Pete Morros, Jack Bilderback, Secretary; Jim Wiley, President; Douglas Hopkins, Historian; Charles Jack, Ram Kalia, Leonard Yamamoto , J. R. Newlin, Treasurer. Row Two: Gerry Kendrick, Norman Rockwell, Robert SSnford, Sarup Padam, Robert Davis, Robert Fuller, Pat Soule. Row Three: Perry Shirley, Glen Bates, Wayne Church, Ronald Reiland, Alan Hill, David Millard, Edward Stone, Kirt Hunter. Row four: Jim Philpot, Tim Sughrue, Bill Rose, Richard Stromatt, Jim Nightingale, Bob Robb, Tom Alter, Prof. John Bonell, Prof. Keith Yarborough. ( M Engineers Under the presidentship of Jim Wiley, the civil en- gineers of the U. of N. put in a busy year of planning, surveying, and constructing, all things preparing them for that degree and all that follows. 219 J evada State Student J urses Msociation JANET RIDDLE President HELEN ALPERS ANNETTE EZELL CAROLYN SWINNEY 220 VIRGINIA BACKES JANE LAM MARLA BAILEY B ARTIS NORDLOH Vr- ALICE BOESEN JEANETTE SNYDER MUREE DRUAAMOND is S i SHARON STARK ANN THORBURN Front Row: (I to r) Lynne Ross, Susan Lombardi, Katie Diedrichsen, Sharon Lyman. Row Two: Beverly Roberson, Marilyn Kotter, Alex Anastassatos, Maryann Jacox. Row Three: Eugenia Choy, Pat Fordham, Virginia Bath, Pam Hinkley, Rosemarie Haenel, Donal Ruth Murphy, Sharon Myers, Barbara Coles, Judy Aoyama, Georgiann Taylor. Row four: Lynn Fry, Carolyn Bell. VMej. Starting the year off right with the Icebreaker Dance, the Y. W. C. A. proceeded to have a busy and fruitful year. Under the leadership of Lynne Ross, the luncheon meetings produced guest speakers, helpful projects, and good times. OFFICERS: (I to r) Beverly Roberson, Secretary; Marilyn Kotter, Devotional Chairman; Barbara Coles, Program Chairman; Lynne Ross, President; Ruth Talcotf, Director; Susan Lombardi, Vice President. 221 Front Row: (I to r) Bill Trobert, Jack Clifford, Fred Starich, Dr. Kathryn Duffy, Thomas Woodhams. Row Two: John Bauer, Denis Graham, William McQuaid, John Welch, Dr. Vietti. Velta Sigma Pi ftoa Front Row: Dorothy Howell. Second Row: Allen Gates, Lynn Spell, Kathy Bailey, Jon Madsen, Theresa AAcGuire. Row Three: Dave Quinn, Marlene Ferrari, Steve Heyer, Bev. Roberson. Row four: Dean J. Wulk, Dave Mandell. ( tee : Week Committee Sigma Pi Sigma Front Row: (I to r) Prof. Wofley, Roland Hebert, Robert Smith, Michael Hebert, Howard Hyatt. Row Two: Dick Morris, Donald Gold- schen. Bob Horning, Gerald Kitzmann, James Kees, Hal Mallett. Row Three: S. F. Eccles, Charles Wilmore, James Hammond, John Mac- Donald, Dennis Surge. 223 The Brushfire staff begins formulating plans for the 1960- ' 61 magazine Brush fire Staff TIA Alan Berry EDITOR Nancy Horning Elizabeth Bliss and Joanne DeLongchamps Presenting to tine University of Nevada students a magazine primarily composed of short stories and poems, the " Brushfire " also incorporates other works of literary, artistic, and photographic en- deavor. Editor Alan Berry and his staff worked to publish a fine arts magazine, " allowing creative Nevada students the chance to ' publish ' their works. " Richard Morris Cecelia Clayton and Richard McConaughy 225 Athletics 111 ' ™T[ nj i E B H 1 MRnm rC JK " ife I L H|| MM | 1 ■M ' SHHk N . . fl H L| ■His H B||a|a| 9flBH D m SS I H COACHING STAFF . . . First Row. (I to r) Richard Trachock, Bill Ireland, Bill Buckley, and Lester Hawkins. Second Row: (I to r) Robert Laughter, Jack Spencer, Floyd Edsall, Richard Dankworth, and Jake Lawlor. Dr. Arthur Broten DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN Glenn (Jake) Lawlor DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 228 HEAD COACH ... Mr. Richard Trachock Mr. Trachock is in his second year commanding the University Wolf Pack as an experienced leader. After graduating from the University of Nevada, Mr. Trachock abandoned his post as a main halfback for the outstanding Wolf Pack teams of the late forties and took up the responsibility of guiding the Reno High School Huskies for ten years until he became the head coach for the " U of N " last year. END COACH . . Mr. Dankworth is now working in his fifth year on the coaching staff. Because of his outstanding work, he is a valuable member in the coaching lineup. LINE COACH ... Mr. Floyd Edsall Making a brilliant success of the line members is hard working Line Coach Floyd Edsall who is now in his second- year on the " U of N " Grid- iron staff. After working at Elko and Sparks High schools and one year at the University, Mr. Edsall should really help mold a top team. Jim Cawiezell executes a perfect handoff to Don Hunt as David Haines, Chris Nenzel, and Jerry McKinzie fan out to block any opposing tacklers. This is an example of the excellent playing the wolfpack displayed during the Homecoming game against Sacramento. 229 155 67 I " Xf l " -n f ? « IB M " 66 «4 as F rsf Row: (I to r) B. Buffaloe, D. Hunt, T. Wheeler, AA. Carpenter, Coach Edsall, Coach Trachock, Coach Dankworth, J. Tobin, J. Dolan, J. Winchell, J. Echave. Second Row: G. Hook, M. Culp, D. Haines, R. Cook, J. VreNon, J. Carter, L. Moss, J. Bronson, J. Prida, C. Nenzei; B. Byrnes. Row Three: G. Crutchley, J. Cawiezell, J. Johnson, F. Nenzei, J. Polaha, R. Miles, G. Germain, M. Flock, B. Riolo, B. Zuliani, B. Alfred. Fourth Row: W. Daniel, E. Pitchford, J. McKinzie, M. Welsh, P. Palzis, J. Genasci, D. Herrmann, J. Ennis, J. Perozi, J. Whitaker, R. Ripley. The 1960 football season came to an end with a record of three wins, six defeats and a tie for third place in the Far Western Conference. Fluctuation in power is inevitable . . . Nevada has displayed power! Outward defeat has never made a dent in the hard inward determination of those representing her. SEASON RESULTS Nevada 25 Pepperdine College 8 Nevada 9 Chico State College 12 Nevada 6 California Poly 20 Nevada 40 California Aggies 22 Nevada 7 San Francisco State 1 8 Nevada 7 Portland University 14 Nevada 15 Homecoming Sacramento State Nevada 6 Humboldt State 22 Nevada 6 Colorado State 37 FAR WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS TEAM Humboldt State WON LOST — 5 San Francisco State i__ 4 Nevada 2 Sacramento State 2 Chico State 2 California Aggies 230 Don Hunt gains precious yardage as Bernie Gotten, Jerry Tobin, Jay Carter, and Chris Nenzel fight off opposing linemen. ROD COOK Fullback Jl JAY VRENON End JIM WHITAKER End GENE GERMAIN Fullback BILLY DANIEL Guard and Tackle JERRY McKINZIE Halfback JOE PEROZI Tackle 231 Bernie Coften chalks up another big gain for the Wolfpacl . BOB ZULIANI Tackle 91 JIM BRONSON Center on 232 CHRIS NENZEL Guard MYRON WELSH Halfback % J ■I wKL Kmk. JOHN DOLAN Center Chris Nenzel struggles to evade attacking Sacramento bruisers. A t BOB ALFRED Quarterback RICHARD RIPLEY Tackle FRANK NENZEL Guard MIKE THOMPSON AAanager MIKE FLOCK Quarterback ED PITCHFORD Guard DON HUNT Fullback DAVE HERRMANN Tackle 233 ' ) ». RICHARD ARMUTH Tackle TONY WHEELER Fullback BOB BUFFALOE Guard JIM CAWIEZELL Quarterback 234 LARRY MOSS Tackle JERRY TOBIN Halfback i,. . J BILL BYRNES End JOHN PRIDA Halfback Al % BOB RIOLO End GRANT CRUTCHLEY Guard f Jock Echave barrels down the field to gain yardage. 235 J.V. Coach Mr. Bill Ireland is a new nnan on the faculty roster. Besides doing an excellent job of coaching the J.V. Team, he instructs Bowling, Golf, and Tennis physical education classes. 4 ™. , K J.V. COACH . . . Bill Ireland Neither rain, sleet, snow, nor the gloom of night can stay the Wolfpack from giving the spectators a real good show! THE BIG ELEVEN 236 ■r«R;, --, ; 5 11, 57: - ' 1 ; |F F rst Row; (I to r) Assistant Coach Peck, L. Peek, S. Davis, M. Crutchley, R. Vial, J. Echave, R. Faber, B. Mitchell, D. Fransway, D. Golden, B. Flournoy. Second Row: Assistant Coach Legarza, M. Carpenter, C. Jones, B. Braunschwieg, R. Miles, B. Trause, J. Polaha, D. Hamilton, D. Daly, D, Nash, J. Johnson, B. Alosi, M. Thompson, Manager, Coach Bill Ireland. Third Row; V. Eppinger, W. Jefferson, J. McDade, G. Maki, F. Peterson, D. Kennen, T. Cook, J. Luttges, B. Peccole, G. Buzzeti, The University of Nevada ' s Junior Varsity football team, the first on campus in over ten years, finished their spectacular season undefeated. The Wolf Pack " Pups, " under Coach Bill Ireland, struck down the previously undefeated Shasta College with a 90 yard pass in the closing seconds of the game. The Reno rookies also handed the Mustang Colts their only defeat of the season at Davis, California. In all, this has been a big year for the J.V. ' s. Congratulations, Wolf Pack Pups, for a job well done! SEASON RESULTS Nevada 12 Shasta College 8 Nevada 16 California Aggies 6 Nevada 28 Chico State 6 L 237 FAR WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS TEAM WON LOST University of Nevada 9 1 Sacramento State 8 San Francisco State 6 California Aggies 3 Humboldt State 2 Chico State 2 HEAD BASKETBALL COACH JACK SPENCER Jack Spencer, in his second year as Head Coacb, guided a tall Nevada team through a highly successful season of thirteen wins and seven losses. The Wolf Pack defeated Sacramento State 58-49, to clinch the champion- ship of the Far Western Conference with a record of nine victories in ten games. As Far Western Conference champs, Nevada earned a berth in the N.C.A.A. small college regional tournament at Santa Barbara, California. Front Row: (I to r) Craig Hall, Joe DeArrieta, Walter Pfeiffer, Bob Shoemaker, Lonnie Moore, Val York, Junior Hillygus, Morgan Jelletf. Back Row: Dave Craig, Luegene Simpson, Bruce Fetzer, Ronald Hedin, Bradely Baraks, Stewart Johnson, Coach Spencer. 238 DAVE CRAIG Center WALTER PFIEFFER Guard LUEGENE SIMPSON Forward BRADELY BARAKS Forward RONALD HEDIN Center LONNIE MOORE Forward 239 VAL YORK Guard CRAIG HALL Guard The Wolfpack suffered an unfortunate handicap this year] when Bruce Fetzer was injured in a serious accident. 240 Nevada fights for possession of the ball. JOE DeARRIETA Guard ED ALLISON Center BOB SHOEMAKER Forward MORGAN JELLETT Guard Coach Spencer cheers the team as they score again. JUNIOR HILLYGUS Forward STEWART JOHNSON Forward 241 T " Front Row: (I to r) Coach Legarza, Larry Gonsalves, Gary Mattice, Ronald Banfa, Mike Flock, Bucky Barkman, Jim Phillips, Werner Estes. Back Row. (I to r) Ken Smith, Gordon Maki, Burgess Warmer, Brent Johnson, Jerry Schutz, Bill Pollard, Lauren Farias, Donald Banta. " Hey, Mac, get a load of this guy! " 243 I III! Sports K 244 v im High lights of 1961 245 I ' 246 4» i 247 Left to Right: Tom Jones, Les Hawkins, Coach; Bill Bulkeiey, Coach; Jim Berry, Larry Cheney, Bob Kean, Bob Heaney, Doug Salter, Jon Madsen, Dave Small, Dave Sharp, Harry Sw ainston. SJti Zeam MEET PLACE Sugar Bowl Invitational Sugar Bowl Far Western Ski Meet Donner Ski Ranch Winter Carnival Mount Rose Tressiter Memorial Squaw Valley Vanderbilt Squaw Valley Chico State invitational Donner Ski Ranch 248 I Wmter Carnival SkiMc t 249 Bi : " . " ' ' wi ' 2 m Front Row: (I to r) Stephen Parker, Leonard Hordren, AAelvin Choy, Leovarda Tolano, Johnny Crow. Back Row: Coach Olivas, Joseph Perozzi, Paul Conlon, Bill Herkln, John Winn, Fred Robertson, James Murphey, Bill Roach, Mills Lane, Charles Wilson, Gerry Tobin, John Genasci, Frank Nenzel, Robert Engle. cmg MEET PLACE Cal Poly San Louis Abispo Chico State Chico Cal Poly Reno University of California Reno Twelfth Naval District Reno Twelfth Naval District Invitational Alamedp Idaho State Elko COACH JIAAMY OLIVAS 250 ROBERT ENGLE PAUL CONLAN JOHN WINN Steve Parker drops his opponent in a match with Chico State. MELVIN CHOY 251 LEONARD HOLDREN JOHN GENASCI STEPHEN PARKER BUCK BURKHAM There is always plenty of action in a bout with Nevada. CHARLES WILSON 253 Fronf Row: (I to r) Mike Truman, Welborn Gotten, Keith Davis, Bill Lawmaker, Bob Rautio. Second Row: Tom Case Eugene Sullivan, David Heskett, Michael Hart, Mike Manke, Arthur Shepler, John Mous. Third Row: Coach Dankworth, Joseph Winchell Rod Cook, Jon Key, Douglas Ketron, Dennis Johnson, Bob Richie, Donald Ward, Joseph Eberle, Jock Behave, Coach Edsall Fourth Row: Wayne Church, John Barney, Howard Hyatt, Tom Cook, Franklin Peterson, Jack Speer, Bob Challender, Mike Anders Ronald Cole. Vrad MEET PLACE Davis Relays Davis University of Pacific Stockton Easter Relays Santa Barbara Sacramento State Invitational Sacramento Long Beach State Reno Idaho State Reno San Francisco State Reno Sacramento State Sacramento Chico State Reno Cal Aggies Davis F.W.C. Championship Davis N.C.A.A. Regionals Fresno California Relays Modesto N.C.A.A. Championship Philadelphia PAT HART JACK SPEER TOM COOK RON COLE LELAND SHEPPARD BOB CHALLENDER TRUCE TRUMAN Bob Challender jumps a high hurdle. WELBORN COTTEN DOUGLAS KETRON JOHN BARNEY GARY SULLIVAN JOSEPH EBERLE 255 T DAVE LONGACRE JOE HANT Bob Richie finishes a long broad-jump. BRUCE WARD i- ' tx y. . ' - ; RODNEY COOK BRENT JOHNSON GLEN DAVIS ROBERT PEDERSON 256 LEE GLISCLON LARRY MOSS AL MAHER BOB RAUTIO Pederson throws the discus. DICK HAINES DAVID HESKETT PHIL EBERT MIKE MANKE JON KEY 257 Front Row: (I to r) Frank Hernandez, Lewis Perkey, Jim Glaser, Kaye Won. Back Row: Chuck Davis, Jim AAathewson, Bob Brown, Coacin Laughter. Zem s Zeam COACH BOB LAUGHTER CHUCK DAVIS 258 KAYE WON JIM GLASER J FRANK HERNANDEZ LEWIS PERKEY BOB BROWN JIAA MATHEWSON 259 Qolf Zeam RON JOHNSON MIKE HENDERSON TIM GRANT 260 BILL BROWNING CHARLES MANCHESTER DUDLEY NICOLLS BOB CHALLENDER STEVE SMITH 261 Left to Right: Eddie Howden, Richard Toleno, Jackie Melton, Donn Blake, Mike Thompson. Sid Toleno walks under Donn Blake who is doing a Front Pike Flip. ( ymmstics Eddie Howden does a Front Flip over Sid Toleno and Donn Blake. 262 Sid Toleno plummets to the trampoline in a Swan Dive. Donn Blake does a High Back Lay-Out on the Trampoline. Eddie Howden does a Front Flip through the legs of Sid Toleno and Donn Blake. Mike Thompson does a Handstand on the parallel bars. Jackie Melton does a Forward Swing on the high bar. 263 DON BANTA Pitcher FRANK GUSTI Outfield JERRY SCHUTZ Pitcfier COACH BILL IRELAND baseball MEET PLACE Ch ico State Reno N otre Dame Fa 1 1 on Saint Mary ' s Reno San Francisco State San Francisco Sacramento State , Sacramento Cal Aggies Reno Humboldt State Reno Chico State Chico WOODY BARRY Catcher 264 DON WARD Pitcher LARRY LANSFORD Infield JIM WHITAKER Outfield TROY WILLIAMS Pitcher ' JMH RUSTY D ' ANNA Pitcher WALLY JOHNSON Infield GEORGE WACKEY Pitcher 265 BOB REED Pitcher AAIKE FLOCK Utility TOM TOWLE Pitcher MYRON CARPENTER Utility DON FISHER First Base FRED STARICH Catcher HANK EBERT Infield 266 MARVIN VAN KIEREN Infield RON BANTA First Base JERRY McKINZIE Infield MIKE HART Outfield DAVE LUMOS Outfield PHIL BAILEY Pitcher GORDON LEMMICH Catcher 267 IE UlOIIUl HOTEL RIVEPSK MvertisemeHts 269 ■I p Prommnt J evadans Ci ayiyU cuAAj Cfl : K- pj o .pj ' 9 d t ci i o - Ca-s l ,-t. - Z — -t .; a f {jAA.c r X :i mjAWm Jiuua. f oS sfcC- 270 Prommnt J evadans k uMj uZ- a, A-V ' l. - ' C Vf Xg t o • - t. Q-a zJ :: faJtA ya . v t-c-SlJ II) S At - " vO XJUU CSljulJI ' IJ[Vg4 - f a ijz r£c yt - yy, -? CAA oaJa d.nMD .- ' p-7 : X ' ? 271 •..-•• • " •• • _, - " ® v A Spoffeman ' s qqddqqd 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. J ewt Crumley ' s IilElDDlilElD Keno 111 PrommcHt J evadms ' in J ' L A r-v- " h , 770, t 4-6- V - J . A £.J5. if ' I i- _ s— .-_ . _ - ,J 1 - ' ,Ji S, 9 • «z 7 a- . ' -iU . AZ y y Utrcn ' a ..Xc . e ,:: ,v -.vf . iS 273 ARMANKO ' S STATIONERY COMPANY 152 N. VIRGINIA STREET RENO, NEVADA Best Wishes First National Bank of Nevada STATEWIDE Resources: Over three hundred million dollars. MEMBER F.D.I.C. MEMBEir FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM . helping build a greater Nevada GENSLER-LEE DIAMOND SPECIALISTS Diamond Rings . . . Diamond Watches . . . See the smart new styles at any of the Gensler-Lee stores al over California. No money down. Talce a full year to pay. 156 N. Virginia, Reno 274 I Pwm ' meHt Doctors .Ji CySj " t 4i Ji Ha l-T . J : ' 1 I. ' ■ ' ' ' .. -- :Uy - y ' J c 7-ti.QA. j ' J 2U.3 4 ihhyiUri c i • . - r - i., fi ' . ko L U. jti y 7 .o it(l A. . UiLUJ A . 275 i RENO PRINTING COMPANY Printers-Publishers BINDING— RULING— ENGRAVING Telephone FA 2-2133 124 North Center Street Reno, Nevada 276 4h PwmineHt Doctors lijM 9r(Z , -i i dA 1.C-l i _ , 1 nui - i ' ' i . £s -; js -.- - i Si.-.- ' l . AP4 i( C l uyuZ Hi3 2 ' ' iP. A i L r.. if.yj , %7 17 !- 7l- ' ._ ., ) U . Z c 2 . v-jou.; v4, 6«Axj yft4w t . o. 5. ' liAiit uA.: 2. U4sc ., ,, (Z,tL.y i)M ,m 277 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 278 Pwrninent Attorneys .y Ci pCC U HTZ C S :u t t ' ' li P ' ituUd - V -C ' L Lc .AUj2 , -k 0-L_v ..j ' .. r- - . c yC i. . - ' " ' -t ' X Z- y-l f f jL u ' %£ :jiL 279 ■■■■■■■■■■■I CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES From The n ORSESHOE H 229 NORTH VIRGINIA • RENO Congratulations CHAS. MAPES Pres. and Sen. Mgr. You Will Enjoy the Friendly Atmosphere DOWNTOWN RENO .» 7» J fi CASINO COCKTAILS RESTAURANT BREAKFAST 24.HOURS • LUNCHEON • DINNERS The Food Is Good, the Price Is Right FA 3-2161 38 EAST 2ND 280 RIVERSIDE FLOWER SHOP in the RIVERSIDE HOTEL ' The flower shop for the students at the U. of N. PATERSONS MEN ' S AND BOYS ' WEAR Styles of Tomorrow . . . Today TOSCANO HOTEL AND BAR Choice of Domestic and imported Wine and Liquors EXCELLENT ITALIAN DINNERS Cater to Parties and Banquets TELEPHONE FA 3-6461 238 Lake Street Reno, Nevada GINSBURG JEWELRY CO. Agents for Omega Watches 133 NO. VIRGINIA ST. RENO Commercial Views Weddings - Publicity Press - Aerial Views Advertising Photography GENE CHRISTENSEN STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHER FINE PORTRAITS 140 No. Virginia St. Reno, Nevada Phone FA 3-5504 Congratulations and Best Wishes From the NEW COLONY CASINO 254 NORTH VIRGINIA 698 FOREST STREET FOURTH AND VINE 15th AND PRATER WAY RENO AND SPARKS Large st Stock of Fine Watches Diamond and Silverware in Nevada R. HERZ BRO. INCORPORATED Jewelers Serving the University Since 1 885 TELEPHONE FA 3-2122 15 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada 281 GOLDEN !,NUGGET, GAMBLING HALL ' l.vJS ' i ' v ' ' ia A MARBLE ANP OLD fAAHO ANY PAIACE RI HT OUT OF THE ' ' PAYS • ' ; ' : ' ' = ' ' ' ' ' ' " - ' »Ax. Flay your favorife game ... 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Kennecoti Copper Ccuporation McGill, Nevada Nevada Mines Division Prommnt J emdans « y " }L. . , JyJ- - r _ .-. t Mij juu uy jdhdi y u- .U- , OS5 ' y-yr .t-t - y i.U i ' )( r ) c i:. -c « _c -- ycyy r e -c. ' 1 I ' 285 ■ lli c%i. kmi 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 — • 7 ' , 644 EAST 4th Telephone RENO, NEVADA FAirview 3-3724 TALIAN INN Cocktail Lounge TAKE OUT ORDERS DELIVERr SERVICE MENU Pizza 8-in. lO-in. 16-in. PLAIN $.50 $ .85 $1.50 ANCHOVY .75 1.25 1.95 GREEN PEPPER .75 1.25 1.95 HAM .75 1.25 1.95 MUSHROOM . .75 1.25 1.95 PEPPERONI .75 1.25 1.95 SALAMI 75 1.25 1.95 SAUSAGE .75 1.25 1.95 COMBINATION .85 1.35 2.50 3 or more toppings is a combination SPECIAL SALAD 50 Sandwiches SAUSAGE 50 SALAMI 50 MEATBALLS 50 CHEESE 35 Torpedo ' s 4 IN 30 6 IN 45 8 IN 60 10 IN 70 12 IN 80 24 IN 1.50 FREE SHIRLEY TEIMPLES-For Cliildren witli Orders 286 »jd ' a i y P ' ' k H 1 .,f 4 « r 1 •! 1l » ♦ ' V .- ,i ' ¥ ' « _- - % : ? l . • r. ■%-i ' ' i r r4mJt Y, .n- %» J !5- ' , . ' 1 - - u IN APPRECIATION To The Graduating Class of 1961 University of Nevada CkiiUL CLJr BILL FONG 288 RAMOS DRUG CO., INC. 247 CALIFORNIA AVE. Largest Stock of Imported Wines in Nevada Prompt and Courteous Service FREE DELIVERY FA 3 116 Support Your Advertisers ACKOii TUB iTHttT FROM HAKOLtH ClUB " REhfO ' AWFUL AlV fjL ' ' sandwich W ' A MFAt in Itiei-F " pju4 a f MT SCRV W6 0 Fli£NCH FRIfi fllCIIIA tl SECOID-riIti Fi OUR 42ND YEAR TRADiTiomL SHOP The Only Connpletely Accessorized Ivy League Shop in Reno The Red-Carpeted Lower-Level At 1 1 West Second O jy ro Reno, Inc. 221 North Virginia Street RENO. NEVADA FAirview 9-2556 mtm Your Home Shlould Come Fu-si Telephone FA 2-3496 432 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada HOTEL EL CORTEZ AND Banquets and Dances in the Trocadero Roonn ED KINNEY FA 2-9161 Manager 239 W. Second Street Reno, Nevada 289 Harrahs RENO AND LAKE TAHOE 290 DURKEE TRAVEL BUREAU 250 West First Street and Holiday Hotel Office - II 1 Mill St. 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 Congratulations to The Graduating Class . . . RICHARDSON-LOVELOCK, Inc. 35 EAST 4th STREET — RENO — ! evadns Largest One-Stop Automotive Center — FEATURING BRAND NAME SHOES Reno, Nevada Baldwin Pianos Hammond Organs Conn Bond 1 nstrur nents EMPORIUM OF MUSIC " EVERYTHING IN MUSIC " Telephone FA 3-3452 214 N orfh Sierra Street Reno, Nevada NEVADA TRANSFER WAREHOUSE CO. Store Your Luggage and Personal Effects With Us — Low Rates — 440 Valley Road FA 3-4191 THE SECURITY NATIONAL BANK OF RENO No service charge on checking accounts for U of N STUDENTS • 180 West First Street Reno, Nevada READY-MIX CONCRETE CO. Congratulations Reno Nevada IN THE GAflVEN OF " EATIN If It ' s fresher than Sewell ' s , it ' s still growing. If you can find produce anywhere in town that ' s fresher than Sewell ' s, then it hasn ' t been picked yet. Sewell ' s produce experts pick the best on the market — handle it with cool and loving hands, and display it in the produce department like a lovely garden. There it ' s fresh goodness invites you to make it part of an exciting experience in good eat- ing. From cart to car your purchases are smoothly handled by the courteous Blue Ribbon Boys at Sewell ' s. Each counter and price at Sewell ' s Is clearly marked in easy to read type. Fast, accurate checkers remove your purchases from the cart and careful sackers assemble your grocery items so the moist vegetables do not end up In the bottom to make the bags soggy and wet — breaking open when you take a few steps. You ' ll find satisfaction in making Sewell ' s your gro- cery store — satisfaction in quality merchandise at prices as LOW — If not lower than other so-called advertised specials. You ' ll be pJeased at the broad selection of nationally known foods. Most of all — you ' ll find satisfaction In Sewell ' s " Serving up that Western hlospitallty. " Remember, Sewell ' s keep overhead down and savings up because Sewell ' s have — NO STAMPS NO GIMMICKS NO GIVEAWAYS JUST PLENTY OF COOL GREEN CASH SAVINGS 445 North Virginia Street Winnemucca, Nevada 1 33 1 South Virginia Street Reno, Nevada Elko, Nevada Otncvuiu EWELLS 292 GArfield 1-0980 Joe Snelson, President Jack Edwards, Manager FIELDING HOTEL Hotel Rooms and Apartments GEARY STREET AT MASON Hotel Rooms: Single 6.00 to 8.00 Double 8.00 to 10.00 Twins 9.00 to 12.00 Apar+nnents: Single 9.00, Double 10.00 to 12.00 Fire and Apartnnen+ Suites 20.00 to 25.00 Earthquake Proof Sears Does More Tlicm Just Sell Goods . . . L0 ' PRICES oil nierchandise that is always first in quality . . . we (lont trust inferior " seconds. ' SATISFACTION ofteti imitated, hut seldom equaled. Well re- place the item, make i;ood the part. oi- lefund the price com- pletely. 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POWER COMPANY COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS • Office Furni+ure • Office Supplies • Office Machines and Service • Educational Furniture and Equipment MORRILL AND MACHABEE 1 30 South Center St. RENO. NEVADA Besi of Luck A. S. U. N. BOOK STORE " The friendly Book Store in the Middle of the Campus " Telephone FA 2-508! Student Union Building Reno, Nevada 294 NEVADA PHOTO SERVICE Pho+o Finishing Pic+ure Framing Photos+at Copies Costunne Jewelry 253 N. SIERRA ST. RENO f X y Jr. ( " ' ' ' ' " ' " ' ' ' ' ' " " ' " " ' " ' " ' ' ' " " ' " ■ ' ' " ' " " ' INTIMATE APPAREL AND UNIFORMS • CUSTOM FiTTED CORSETS AND BRASSIERES • BRiDAL ENSEMBLES AND HAND-MADE LINGERIE • COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES TO FIT ANY FIGURE • UNIFORMS FOR DOCTORS, NURSES, BEAUTICIANS, MAIOS, ETC. • PATIO CLOTHES AND SWIMWEAR PHONE FA 2-5581 • 20 EAST FIRST, MAPES HOTEL BLDG, • RENO. NEVADA WELSH ' S BAKERY, INC. Baked In Reno Welsh ' s Is Good Bread 42 East First Street Telephone FA 3-4567 Reno — Nevada P The Finest in Honne Furnishings For Over a Quarter Century KOIVIE FURIVIXURE In Reno Sierra at Island Ave. In Sparks 2111 " B " Street SAN FORD TRACTOR EQUIPMENT CO. NEW TRUCKS 2395 Valley Rd. RENO FARM EQUIPMENT Hwy 50 West FALLON ' yU 2 n e2ty . Reno ' s best known restaurant — is famous for superb continental cuisine and its mahogany broiler. Its unsur- passed wine cellar and inviting cocktail lounge make it o " must " for visitors and residents alike. Dinners from 4 to 12 P.M. Closed Mondays Tel. FA 2-2089 Owned since 1947 by: Joe Patrucco your host Gilbert Vasserot your, chef YE OLDE PUBLIC HOUSE Congratulations 950 5th St. at Keystone FA 9-2048 295 CONGRATULATIONS MAGIC CLEANERS ALPINE GLASS CO. Nevada Pioneer Glass House Glass For Every Purpose Reno — Lake Tahoe — Elko PLUMBING — HEATING — AIR CONDITIONING Sales - Service SAVAGE SON INC. Telephone FA 3-4193 628 South Virginia Street Reno, Nevada HARRY t t f Jl ! Ll ii OF RENO Fine Leather Goods - Luggage - Gifts 20 West Second St. Phone FA 2-6213 Reno, Nevada Construction ic Mining Logging and Industrial Equipment Engineering Steel Fabrication ic General Machine Work SIERRA MACHINERY CO., Inc. 307 MORRILL AVENUE • RENO, NEVADA TELEPHONE FA 3-1301 PARTS and AUTOMOTIVE ACCESSORIES WILLARD BATTERIES and SEAT COVERS ot 635 N. SIERRA STREET • PHONE FA 3-0318 R 55 OiVE ' S Nevada ' s Leading Recappers Gasoline - Oil - Lubrication FISK TIRES II EAST FOURTH ST. 141 WEST FOURTH ST. Phone FA 29409 Phone FA 3-5422 %Qsi Wishes to the Graduates FLOWER BOX 432 E. 4th ST., RENO LG. O ' NEAL Day FA 3-1856 Night EL 5-2204 ENTERPRISE ELEQRIC CO. INDUSTRIAL and COMMERCIAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 260 Sunshine Lane — P. O. Box 1488 — Reno, Nevada 296 - ' ' mM:ir% K % f f. i ' i if i iy ' ' ♦ i " » Si i -1li li ' i II ii - . Vv-Petersw, REN ' ' " " f«MK«fS.NM.SO««U«H " W » ' ' Oldest and Most Popular Friendly Service Grocery in this Area BAKER ' S THRIFTY FOOD MARKET FRIENDLY SERVICE GROCER Telephone EL 5-833 1 922 B STREET SPARKS, NEVADA Clean Service for Fifty-eight Years " In Reno " Quality Dry Cleaning for Your Campus Togs RENO LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS CASH-AND-CARRY Special Discount — show your Student Body Card Telephone FA 2-9477 205 East Plaza St. SUNDERUND ' S Quality Shoes for Men and Boys First and North Sierra Headquarters for Hardwares and Homewares SHELLY ' S HARDWARES Greenbrae Shopping Village Shopping Center Center in In SPARKS RENO Garden Supplies • Paint • Giftwares REFRIGERATION ENGINEERED SALES AIR CONDITIONINt DEPENDABLE SERVICE JOHN ' ' = ' BUD RENO NEVADA 1996 South Virginia Phone FA 3-2146 FA 3-0397 MAMILTON 31 WEST SECOND STREET PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE ALV AYS THE BOWLARIUM 16 Automatic Lanes Bar, Restaurant, Ball Shop SPARKS, NEVADA " Where f ie Universify Students Bowl " LES and SAN OPPiO 298 " Featuring the Umbaugh " RENO ROTOR WING Lynn Gerow FA 2-3631 Louis Harris FA 2-3451 PIONEER TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEVADA State-Wide Title and Escrow Service FALLON • ELKO CARSON CITY RENO LAS VEGAS EASTERN COUNTIES Serving Nevada Since 1903 TOWN COUNTRY BOWL 24 AUTOMATIC LANES COFFEE SHOP DINING ROOM BALL SHOP 3390 South Virginia FA 3-5858 ROYAL TIRE CO. 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Johnson Hawthorne 314 kZV- FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION INDEX Adams, James E — 16, 18 Anderson, Bernard A. 21 Anderson, Fred 1 5 Armstrong, Charles J. — , — 15 Arnett, Wm. Harold 18 Backman, Carl W. 20 Bailey, Curtiss AA. 18 Barmettler, Edmund R 18 Barnes, George 21 Barnes, Roberta Jean - 17 Basta, Samuel M. 17 Baumer, William H — — - 18 Beesley, E. Maurice 19 Blincoe, Clifton R. 18 Blodgett, Howard B. 16 Bonell, John A. 219 Broadbent, N. E. 15 Broten, George A. 20 Brown, George S. 20 Brown, Harold N — -- 20 Brownfield, Dorothy .„ 18 Butler, John N. _.. 20 Butler, Theodore A. 18 Button, Dorothy J 18 Carlson, James J 216 Carrico, John L. 194 Chase, Harry M. 19 Cheney, Truman M. 20 Clark, Glen H. _ 217 Claunch, Sidney J. 19 Clute, Robert E _-.. 19 Coffey, James C. Collison, Robert E. ... Connor, Rodney V. ... Conover, Theodore E. 20 19 21 19 Cords, Howard P. 1 8 Craun, Noel E 20 Dandini, Alex 19 Dankworth, Richard T 20, 254 Darden, Debris J 18 Day, Willard F 20 Demers, Maurice R .-. --- 19 Deming, M. W 18 Driggs, Don W. 19 Duffy, Kathryn H - 19, 222 Duffy, Thomas J. _ 18 Dunn, Laraine E 18 Dye, Walter B 18 Eccles, Samuel F 21, 223 Edsall, Floyd L. 254 Edwards, Jimmie G 18 Eldridge, Paul R 21 Elliott, Russell R. 19, 201 Ellmore, Roland T. 21 Elwell, William 15 Erquiaga, Trinie 17 Fell, Charles F 217 Felshin, Janet 20 Ferdun, Edrie 20 Fieldsted, Boyd L 19 Frank, Wayne T _ - 19 Gaston, Alice C 18 Germain, Raymond 15 Gilkey, Helen H. 16, 18 Goddard, Harold 21, 194 Gorrell, Robert M. 21 Gottardi, John R 19 Grant, A. C. 1 5 Griffin, Robert S 21, 212 Gross, Calvin D 21 Grubbs, Hazel , 20 Haddad, Marie 18 Haga, Mathilde 18 Hagner, Margarete G 19 Halberstadt, William H. .._ 18 Hammond, Claude W 20 Harris, E. W _ 216 Hartman, Robert 21 Hastings, Arthur 21 Hathhorn, James 17 Hayden, P. W. --- 17 Herman, George 21 Hickman, Felton 21, 194 Higginbotham, A. L. 19 Hill, James J. 17 Holstine, Garold D. 16, 20 Homestead, Magnus 196 Homestead, Iris 196 Horn, Marilyn J 18 Houwink, Willem 19 Hoyt, James M. 19 Hughes, Joyce R. 21 Hume, Robert A. 21 Ireland, Bill . 20, 264 Irwin, Ralph A. 16 Janulis, Keiste 19 Joyner, Guilford M. 20 Kemp, Kenneth C. 18 Kersey, Robert 17, 28 Kirkpatrick, Harold 19, 201 Kline, Lawton B. 19 Kunsman, Charles 19 Laird, Charlton G. 21 LaRivers, Ira 196 Larson, E. R. 19, 20 Laudadio, Leonard 19 Laughter, Robert J. 20, 258 Lawler, Edward W 20 Lawson, Forest C. 20 Leifson, S. W. -... 21 Lombardi, Louis 15 McGirk, Lon S. 20 McKee, Robert B. 216 McNabney, James 8, 9, 17 McQueen, Robert 20 Macauley, Ronald A. 19 Macy, Wm. Keith 21 Marble, Donald W. 18 Martin, Thomas R. 19 Matson, Virgil E 20 Melz, Christian F. 19 Metten, Charles 21, 196 Miller, Raymond H 20 Miller, William C. 21 Mobley, Elaine 15, 17 Moore, Charles T 19 Moore, Wilma 20 Mordy, Wendell A. 17 Morris, Robert J 18 Morrison, John W. 21 Mowrer, lona 20 Muncy, Gladys -. 20 Murray, A. Keith 20 Nelson, Harve P. 20 O ' Brien, Thomas 16 Olivas, Jim 250 Palmer, Walter 19 Payne, Anthony L 20 Perry, Donajd K 20 Pinkerton, Chester F 19 Plumley, Alden J 19 Potter, Donald G 20 Pourchot, Leonard L. 20 Rand, Leslie B. 20 Reed, Calvin H. 20 Roberts, James S 19 Roelofs, Robert T 18 Rogers, James D 17 Ronan, Charles E. 20 1 8 20 20 1 96 Sandorf, Irving J 217 Scheid, Vernon E. 16 Seim, H. Jerome 18 Seufferle, Charles H. 18, 27 Sheppard, J. Craig 21 Shepperson, Wilbut 19, 201 Sill, Richard C. ... ' .. 21 Simirenko, Alex 20 Simmons, William L. 20 Slemmons, David B. _ 20 Spencer, Jackson M 20, 238, 241 Strickon, Arnold 20 Szirotny, Berthold .7721 Talcott, Ruth L. _ 221 Terry, Alice 17 Terry, Dorothy S 15 TIbbitts, F. Donald 196 TIgner, James L. 19, 201 Tisserand, Paule C. 19 Todd, John A. 20 Trachok, Richard 20, 260 Trestrail, Richard W. 19 Tripple, Patricia A 18 Tucker, Thomas T. 20 Ruf, Robert H. Russell, Ruth I. Ryan, James J. Ryser, Fred A. Twitty, Virginia E. 18 Tyson, William . 15 Vietti, Edward M. 19, 222 Voskuil, Walter H. 20 Weems, Robert C. 16, 19 Wells, Charles V. 19 Wells, Helen L 18 White, Elizabeth B. 19 Williams, Loring R 18 Williams, Ronald R. 21 Wittwer, Eldon 18 Wofford, Benjamin M. 19 Wood, Harold 21 Woods, Charles P. 21, 223 Worley, R. Edwin 21, 223 Wulk, Jerry E. 17, 223 Yarborough, Keith A. 216, 218, 219 York, Wilma 18 Young, Kenneth E. 17 STUDENT INDEX -A- Aalbu, Janice L. 50, 146, 191 Abbott, Karen 38 Acheson, James L. 57, 162, 202 Adams, Billy L. 211 Adams, Jacqueline 57, 156 Adams, Marcia B 50, 146 Aguilar, Lynn 50, 152, 191, 200 Ahlberg, George W. 216 Ahlswede, Joyce A 150 Albright, Emily J 57, 156 Alfred, Robert E. 50, 182, 230, 233 Allen, Mary Louise 44 Allingahm, David M. 186 Allison, Edward E 241 Allison, Karol L. 57 Alosi, Anthony N. 237 Alpers, Helen M. 50, 176, 220 Alter, Tommy E 219 Alvarez, Joseph L. 57, 166, 190 Alward, Robert E 57, 162 Anastassatos, Alexand 38, 146, 221 Anders, Mike - 254 Andersen, Deanna 57, 156, 184 Anderson, Andrew V. 196 Anderson, Donna M. 57, 176, 215 Anderson, Karma L 50, 152, 201 Anderson, Leola R 57, 176, 201 Andreasen, Clinton W. _ 57 Andrews, Judith M. 44 Annand, Frederick C 36, 217, 218 Annoni, Gary E. 44, 170 Anslinger, Joyn M 50, 164 Aoyama, Judith H. 34, 221 Applewhite, Sherry L. . 209 Arden, James E. 50, 166 Arkell, Donald R. 50, 162, 209 Armstrong, Janice M 38, 176 Armstrong, Judith A. 50, 152, 202, 206, 215 Armstrong, Lester F. 50, 186, 217 Armstrong, Robert E. 44, 164, 188, 202, 206 Armstrong, Wanda E 208 Armuth, Richard F. 50, 122, 158, 204, 234 Arrizabalaga, Joan F. 178 Arrizabalaga, Romon 57 Arteaga, Edward 50, 178 Ashworth, Carol A 57, 146 Atkinson, Sally S. 57 Augustine, Daniel S 194 Austin, Sandy 203 Avansino, Marcia R. 44, 152 -B- Backes, Virginia 1 50, 176, 194, 220 Backus, Gary C 57, 174 Backus, Joseph D. .... 50, 158 Backus, Robert W. 28, 50, 166, 190 Backus, Rose L 50, 176 Bailey, Brynne 38, 184 Bailey, Carol A. 57 Bailey, Kathleen L. .... 28, 31, 38, 152, 169, 176, 223 Bailey, Maria A 205, 220 Bailey, Philip E -..- 83, 267 Bailey, Mary K. 44, 185 Baker, Charles W. 196 315 Balducci, Christiane 57 Ball, Ronald A. 211 Bandoni, Mary E. 38, 176 Banta, Donald J. 57, 178, 243, 264 Banta, Ronald T. 57, 178, 243, 267 Baraks, Bradely G 238, 239 Barengo, Barbara C. 57 Barker, John A. 44, 207 Barkley, Stanley O. 158 Barkman, Dale D. 243 Barnard, Bonnie . 50, 152 Barnes, Patricia E. . 57, 176 Barney, John D 254, 255 Barnum, Joyce K. 44, 152, 2 ' )2 Barrenchea, Donald L 57 Barry, Woodson, L. 264 Bartholomew, David C. 166 Bartholomew, Sue A. 50, 176 Bartlett, Dabid W. 44, 186 Bartlett, Gary R. 170 Bartlett, Margo A. 50, 156, 210 Batchelder, Charles H. _. _. 216 Bates, Glen D. 44, 170, 207, 219 Bath, Virginia E. 156, 203, 221 Bauer, John F. 50, 164, 202, 222 Bauer, Judy A. 57, 150 Beal, James L. 57, 166 Beaman, Gayle R. 50, 70, 152 Bean, Beverly A 33, 34, 44, 82, 152, 200 Beardsley, Bruce A. 57, 161 Becker, Stanley AA 217 Beeghly, Fianna S. 57, 152 Beeghly, Janice 38, 152 Beeker, Stanley 38 Bell, Carolyn M. 44, 82, 152, 184, 200, 207, 221 Bell, Marilyn B. 57, 150 Bennett, James E 50, 174 Berger, Judith A. 57, 146 Bergin, Kathleen A. 57, 152 Bernard, Marcia L 57, 156 Bernard!, James A. 57, 162 Berry, Alan R. 224 Beyer, Dorothea D. 57, 156 Beyer, Erik 44 Beyer, Hanne L. 44, 176 Beyer, Karen 203 Beynon, William J. 50, 158 Bianchi, David B. 35, 57, 158 Bianchi, Wm. B. 44, 158 Bibb, John S. 50, 217 Bible, Paul A. 64 Bilderback, Jack L. 219 Bissett, Alexander F. 38 Black, Judy M. 204 Black, Susan E. 50, 64, 156, 202 Blair, Robert W. 50, 170 Blake, Donn I. 262, 263 Blake, Kathryn I 50, 176, 194 Blake, Patricia F. 32 Blakely, Michael D. 57, 170 Bliss, Elizabeth C. 50, 225 Bobo, Carol L. 57, ' 176 Boden, Gerald R 38, 83, 158 186, 188 Boegle, Dale G 57, 208 Boesen, Alice M. 44, 204, 220 Bonnenfant, Eleanor 38, 1 50 Borer, Linda R .- 50, 146, 197 Boson, Glen A. 50, 172 Botsford, Harry J. 217 Bourne, Patricia A. 57, 176, 206 Bowden, Wayne L 38 Bowen, Nancy M. 50, 114, 176, 203, 212 Bradley, Paggy J. .— 57, 176 Brann, Judith M 57, 197 Brannen, Barbara J. 30, 44, 156, 169 Braunschweig, Robert 57, 158, 237 Bray, Marlin N. 202 Breckenridge, Karl F 50, 170, 190 Breeding, Paggy M. 57, 176 Brewer, Patti A. 44, 176 Brice, Barbara L 50, 150 Brinton, Robert B 57, 178 Brittain, Richard C. 38, 80 Broer, Barbara J. 28, 31, 38, 79, 80, 176 Bromley, John E 57, 178 Bronson, James E 50, 170, 230, 232 Brown, Bob 258, 259 Brown, Edwin W — 44, 166 Brown, Kurt R. 57, 170, 190 Brown, Mary C. 194 Brown, Michael D. 164 Brown, Robert E. 83 Browne, Russell J. 44, 158 Browning, Bill 261 Bryant, Karin R. 50, 176 Buchanan, James D. 35, 50, 174 Buffaloe, Robert J. . 230, 234 Bullis, Gary G. 28, 30, 33, 44, 64, 158, 188 Burde, Carolyn ._ 57, 150 Burge, Boyce W. 38, 77, 80, 145, 158, 189 Burge, Dennis K. 223 Burgess, Peggy 57, 74, 156, 202 Burgess, Margaret M. 156 Burkham, Buck 253 Burkhart, William M. . 50, 166 Burr, Jacqueline M. 57, 176, 206 Burr, Joyce M. 57, 176, 204 Burrous, Clifford N 34, 38, 145, 162, 186, 189, 217 Busching, Joan L. 26, 35 Busey, Sandra A. 45, 146, 215 Butler, Gail 50, 146 Butler, Gene R. 38, 216 Buzzetti, Eugene T. 57, 178, 237 Bynon, F. 217, 218 Byrnes, William T. 230, 235 -C- Caddy, Gretchen A. 51, 70, 176 Caldwell, James B. 178 Camangian, Juan ,... 217 Cameron, Ralph G. 38, 186, 209 Campbell, Georgamy, K. 38 Campbell, Laurlan J. 75 Cannon, Mike -- 204 Capeney, Jerry . - 216 Carlson, Dennis L. 57, 166 Carlson, Judith — 57 Carpenter, Myron E 182, 230, 237, 266 Carstensen, Roy 38 Carter, Jay, 230, 231, 234 Casazza, Joyce E. 25, 27, 28, 31, 32, 38, 185 Case, Thomas S. 51, 171, 182, 254 Casey, Mitchell T. 44, 164, 217 Cassas, Frank - 44, 158 Cassinelli, Elynor L. 45, 150 Castro, Hank 208 Cafe, Dudley G ..-.- -- 28 Cavanaugh, John E 34, 45, 64, 170, 188 Cawiezell, James L 51, 182, 229, 230, 234 Cecchi, Geoffrey, F 45, 158, 186, 209 Chadwell, Carol A. 51 Chadwell, Gail M. 57 Chaffin, Patricia E. .-. 45 Challender, Robert S. 254, 255, 261 Chambers, Howard P. 166 Champlin, Latricia B. 204 Chan, Ying Dard 38 Chanslor, Lois S 51, 82, 176, 184, 200 Chapin, Laurence R 38, 201 Cheever, John Kidstan 51, 178 Cheney, Larry Truman 45, 166, 248 Cheney, Maureen L 38, 80 Chiatovich, Jaculine 57, 150, 197 Choy, Eugenia 38, 221 Choy, Melvin 250, 251 Christensen, David P. 201 Christensen, Dix H 38 Christensen, J. R. 194, 206 Christensen, Roger W. 28, 34, 38, 78, 166, 1 88, 1 89 Church, Wayne C 38, 219, 254 Cinani, Jerry M. 57, 166 Clark, John J 51 Clary, Patrick C. 57, 162, 205, 206 Clayton, Cecilia A. 29, 39, 225 Clayton, Kenneth E 51, 162, 190 Clem, Ray G 45, 164, 209 Clements, Janet S 29, 45, 82, 185, 186, 200, 202 Clevenger, Brenda L 51, 146 Click, Donna L _.. 26, 45, 150, 197 Clifford, Jack R. _ 39, 222 Clock, Charles E 39, 166 Cluff, Don B 51 Cobb, Tyrus W 170 Cobbley, Sara M 51, 150 Cochran, Donna L. 45 Cody, Andrew W. Coffin, Phillip L. Cole, Ronald H. 254, Coleman, Larry R _. Coles, Barbara M. 51, 156, Colfer, Anita J. Colgan, Jim R. 35, 51, 166, Collard, Hazel R. Collard, Virginia L. Collins, Timothy V. 39, Colson, Thomas A. 51, Columbia, Karen L. 45, Combs, Cloyd J. 39, Compagnoni, Annette B. 57, Conlan, Paul P. 204, 250, Conton, Diana L. 51, Cook, Dorthiann 39, 81, Cook, Gary A. Cook, Rodney E. 39, 183, 230, 231, 254, Cook, Thomas E. 30, 45, 51, 171, 183, 190, Cook, Thomas H Cooney, Gary D. 45, 186, Corkill, Roger O. 51, 168, Corn, J. G 57, Cornelius, Icyl C. Croy, John T. 194, Costa, Donald N 57, Cothrin, Stanley G. 39, Coftam, Don Cotten, Welborne S 231, 232, 254, Couch, Barbara L. 45, 146, 202, Cox, John M. 51, Cox, Michael E. Cox, Stephen E. 51, Craig, Dave L. 238, Cramer, Timothy E. 45, Craven, Janet 51, Crawford, James J. _. Crawford, James W. Crawford, John P. Crow, Johnnie L. Crumley, Janice L. 45, 207, Crutchley, Grant E. 230, Culbert, Harry J 51, Culp, Max S. Cunningham, Barrie M. Curry, Thomas G. 57, Curti, Jacquelyn J 39, 150, Cutler, David P. 51, 146 .. 39 -. 39 255 217 221 . 57 190 150 .. 57 216 174 146 218 153 251 150 152 205 256 237 254 196 216 162 202 203 178 166 203 255 214 178 203 170 239 174 150 166 . 57 51 250 214 235 162 230 39 164 197 170 -D— Dailey, Barbara E. Dalton, Donald C. 170, 190, Daly, Dennis M Damron, Jack V. Dane, Maureen A. 57, 74, Dangberg, Denise A. 51, Daniel, William T. 158, 183, 230, D ' Anna, Julius A. Dashiell, Stephen R. 57, Date, Jeanette K. Davies, John W. 57, Davis, Charles T. 207, Davis, Glen H. 45, Davis, George K 45, Davis, Keith E. Davis, Robert O Davis, Samuel W 39, 80, Davison, Elizabeth A 34, 45, Dawson, Marshall M. Day, Harry Dearrieta, Joe E 238, DeBard, Carolyn 156, Decker, Karen D 33, 39, 78, 81, 82, 184, Deems, John M 162, DeLongchamps, Joanne - Denmarsh, Nancy J. — 57, Desgranges, Andrew J 39, 80, 217, DeWar, Barbara A 45, DeWar, Malcolm E - 51, DeWitt, Mick DeWhitt, Shireen M 57, 202, DickerSon, Denver Dickinson, Lawrence C Diedrichsen, Katherin 26, 153, Dielman, Roger J 209 207 . 237 194 176, 208 146 231 265 174 . 51 170 258 256 162 254 219 237 156 217 202 240 204 185, 156 194 225 176 218 143 178 208 206 166 164 221 51 316 Digrazia, Peter AA. 158, 186 Dillinger, Robt. B 39, 178, 216, 218 Dillon, Linda J. 70, 208 Dillon, Wanda J. - 57, 153 Dinan, Patricia L. 57, 176 Dixon, Faun M. 51, 156 Dixon, Richard M. 57, 166 Doherty, Kathleen 51, 176, 203 Dolan, John F 230, 232 Dolbier, Delmar H. 196 Dollarhide, Wayne O 57 Doughty, Larry A. „ 51, 170 Doughty, Thomas L. 45, 171 Douglass, Raymond E — Dow, Sigrid - 39, 150 Dow, Richard H. - 35 Downs, Dick 208 Doyle, Dilys A. 51, 146, 197, 207, 214 Dresch, Sherrie, S. .._ 57, 146, 194, 195 Drisdale, William 204 Driver, Diane 201 Drum, Glenda J. 51, 184 Drummond, Muree I 205, 220 Duffield, John P. 51 Duffy, Thomas J - 210 Dugger, Fredrick H. 29, 39, 78, 164, 186 Dukes, Claudia, A 27, 147, 214 Duncan, Linda J. 204 Durham, James P. 30, 171, 186 Dustin, Alice 208 Dustin, Nina 203 -E- Ebeltoft, William S 39, 178, 186, 217, 218, Eberle, Joseph J 171, 182, 254, 255 Ebert, Philip C. 209, 216, 257, 266 Eccles , Marcia 156 Echave, John M 230, 235, 237, 254, 255 Echeverria, Benny 24, 27, 31, 39, 76, 162, 187, 188, 189 Eddelman, Margaret 26, 39, 78, 80, 122, 144, 146, 169, 185, 201, 212 Edgington, Barbara J 57, 153 Edwards, Harry W 209 Eickbush, Mary L. 39 Elberg, Stanley E 39 Eldridge, Gary L 51, 166, 190 Elkin, JoAnne .- 51, 176 Elliott, Eugene V 178 Elliott, James E - 162 Ellis, Muriel ..._ 57, 156 EIrod, Paggy A — 57 Elwell, Jerry A 57, 156 Engle, Robert W 57, 166, 250, 251 Ennis, Jerry R. 230 Eppinger, Victor N _ 237 Erb, Mary A. . 46, 176, 185 Erickson, Beverly L 57, 176 Eriksen, Peggy L 39, 176, 202 Estes, Robert P. 57, 166 Estes, Valerie A. 28, 31, 46, 144, 153, 169 Estes, Warren C 243 Evans, Dana G 201 Evans, Ronald R 57, 178 Evans, William P _.. 46, 158, 187 Eynon, Franklin A .- 46, 171 Ezell, Annette 46, 194, 220 -F- Fabbi, Joan M 57, 153 Faber, Rudy J 51, 237 Fabri, Robert H. 39 Fahrenkopf, Frank 46, 83, 158, 182 Fairchild, Bonnie B. 25, 26, 31, 39 Fallini, Joseph B 57 Fantone, Elizabeth N 51, 153 Farias, Lorin W 243 Faught, Roy B 52, 178, 203, Febo, Jesse M 204 Fee, James E 51, 162, Fenili, Doris E. 51, 176, 200 Fenili, Norma D 33, 46, 176, 191 Fennell, John E __ 174 Feour, Royce D _ 202, 21 1 Ferguson, Joseph W. 35, 57, 174 Ferrari, Marlene S. _ 33, 46, 153, 223 Ferrefto, Madeline E. ' 57 238, 57, 161, 46, 178, Fetzer, Bruce E . Fezler, Raylene C Fierce, Frank J 57, Fierce, Gayle M. Fike, JoAnne C _ Fiore, Joseph N. . 57, Firpo, John F _., 32, 52, Fisher, Donald K. _ Flanaqan, John T. , Flanary, Lois M. ._ .. 46, Fletcher, Marilyn J. 52, Flock, Mike L . . 230, 233, 243, Flournoy, William A. ■ Foerschler, Daniel L. 57, Foley, Frances C. . 46, 147, Fono, Tommy H. .... . 57, Forden, Susan A. 31, 52, 156, Fordham, Patricia A 81, 147, 197, 209, Foster, Charles C. Bought, Bonnie B Frade, Marianne E. 176, Frank, George M. 57, Fransway, Richard J. 10, Fraser, George F. Frazzini, Carson C. 57, 171, Freedman, Wendy C. Freemont, Curtis L Friberg, Carl E. 52, Frick, Donald C. Friesen, JoAnn 57, Frost, Robert L 52, Frugoli, Diana M. 46, Frugoli, Mario 52, Fry, Myralynn 52, 147, 191, 199, 214, Fuji, Jean K 52, Fuller, Robert L. Fulstone, Paul E. 58, -G- Gabbard, Michael D 58, 178, Gable, Delores L 58, Gallagher, Ronald W 52, Gallaway, Kenton L. 58, Galloway, James K Gansberg, Joan E 52, 147, Garcia, JoAnne M Gardella, Gene 58, Garde I la, William Garrett, Stanton 29, 40, 174, Gates, Allen B 40, 122, 145, 171, 187, 189, Gaumer, James A Gaylord, Gregory A 30, 58, Gearing, Joyce 40, 80, 150, Gehrt, David D 40, Genasci, John E. 158, 230, 234, 250, Geraghty, Mary F Germain, Gene 158, 182, 230, Gerow, Lynn B 27, 52, 171, 190, Gerth, Paul G. Gervie, Charles E Gibson, Betty J 46, Gisclon, John M 40, 162, 216, Gisclon, Lee G 52, 162, Glaser, E avid W. Glaser, James K 167, 258, Glaser, Merilyn Glen, Theodore J Goicovic, Beverly J 52, Golay, Carol E. Golden, Dennis R 55, 162, Goldschen, Donald Y Gonsalves, Larry A Goodman, Delbert L 52, Goodwin, Robert A 164, Gordon, Fredrick D Gordon, Noel N 52, Gotchy, Lance D. 52, Gotelli, Andrew W Gower, Harold E Grable, Roger E Graham, Dennis D 30, 52, 162, 204, Grant, Tim 167, Graft, Renate M Gravitt, Lola M Graydon, Donald W. Greco, JoAnn 58, Green, Elijah 240 176 209 1% 147 2 1 . 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