University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

 - Class of 1971

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Service organizations Interest groups, professional societies .........,.. Honoraries . . . Religion ............ Hierarchy ................ Leade Activi Social Gradu Photo University symposium Board of Regents . . . Administration ..... Faculty ........... Junkyard magician . rs ........i..,..... Student government officers ........... Boards ...,........ Elections ..... Publications . . ties ........... Athletics ...... Homecoming ...... Winter Carnival ,... Mackay Day .... awareness ........ A woman's sphere . . . STOP ............ Adamian Affair .... Governor's Day .... Peace ralley .... Manzanita Lake clean-up ......... Walk for Development Drama and music .... Speakers .......,.... Arts fairs ............ World news memories ation ................ re cap ................ Conclusion .... fy 4 r' E ssspga no . Q im . -'il ET-F P Q: It's all agamble. 2 ,' 'Ls 'av 154 Life. 4 QV ,S ,lf 5 .UI X T3 via. -i Q- M. V n , ',-. , 'W' -as-"" "" -.M 'A la. L s . . ... 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Fees begin with registration, but there are many others--board and room, parking, library fines, adding class cha rges. You must even buy your diploma. In playing the college game at UNR, we can name any of 116 majors as our trump or declare no tramp. 3 Car. Nursing The Orvis School of Nursing had more than 200 full time students and served the entire state in its continuing education program for nurse practitioners. A master's program was approved. Inter-disciplinary courses for other health science students were offered. This year greater attention was focused on pre- paring students to provide adequate care for older patients, those in rural areas and the economically disadvantaged. Closed circuit television enabled UNR to transmit to and receive instruction from the Las Vegas cam pus. Grads find positions as school nurses, in public health, in the military and wit hospitals. Faculty included Professors: Mar jorie Elmore Cchairmanj, Dickinson and Gale Associate Professors: House, Olsen, Thelen Assistant Professors: Baker, Cox, Dick, Ezell Goshorn, Henschen, Howard, Monninger Rupp, Sheehan, Valcarceg and Instructors Rea, Winkler. Row One: Dorothy Bartorelli Nursing-S Donna Delzer N ursing-P Martha Biglin Nursing-Sr. Karen Bohannan Nursing-Sr. Nora Brown Nursing-Sr. Row Two: Susan Corcoran Nursing-S Heidi Crofoot Nursing-F Linda Digesti Nursing-5 Darlene Delucchi Nursing-F Elaine Elder Nursing-jr. Row Three: Patricia Fagan Nursing-Sr. lanice Finch Nursing-S Annette Pine Nursing-S Tina Gallo Nursing-S Sandy Hall Nursing-S Row Four: Marcy Iannette Nursing-S Kim Kehiaian Nursing-Sr. Vicki Kral Nursing-S Rosemary Lang Nursing-F Irene Mapula Nursing-S Row Five: Gail Perazzo Nursing-S Rosalyne Reynolds N u rsing-Sr. JoAnne Simpson Nursing-S Randy Stewart Nu rsing-Sr. Stephaie Tieber Nursing-Ir. Row Six: Connie Wagner Nursing-Sr. Michelle Wallace N ursing-Jr. Brooke Weber Nursing-S Row One: Anne Albers Elementary Education-Jr. Michele Arregui Elementary Education-J r. Edie Atwell Elementary Education-I r. Terry Audrain Elementary Education-S Colleen Austin Elementary Education-F Ioan Baker Elementary Education-F Row Two: Richard Barnes Elementary Education-I r. Bonnie Barredo Elementary Education-Sr, Karen Beauchamp Elementary Education-S Patty Becker Elementary Education-Ir. Pamela Beeghly Elementary Education-F Angie Borda Elementary Education-S Row Three: Tim Brantner Elementary Education-I r. Tina Brewster Elementary Education-Sr. jill Brouner Elementary Education-I r. Connie Carlson Elementary Education-Ir. Linda Carlson Elementary Education-P Lynda Carpenter Elementary Education Row F our: Dawn Cassinelli Elementary Education-Ir. janet Cavilia Elementary Education-S Mary Childers Elementary Education-P Carol 1 0 Collins Elementary Education-Sr. Bonnie Connolly Elementary Education-Sr. Sue Coonley Elementary Education-S Row Five: Lynn Cross Elementary Education-Sr. Mary Culpepper Elementary Education-S Emerson Davis Elementary Education-P Patricia Dow Elementary Education-Sr. Gail Doyle Elementary Education-I r. Kenneth Dressler Elementary Education-S Row Six Kathy Eckley Elementary Education-jr. Goldee Ferer Elementary Education-Sr. lody Fedlic Elementary Education-Sr. Elizabeth Flora Elementary Education-Sr, Shirley Forman Elementary Education-S Row Seven: Karin Freeman Elementary Education-Sr. Ann Friary Elementary Education-Sr. lo Anne Fuller Elementary Education-F Joanne Cezelin Elementary Education-S Rhonda Gibson Elementary Education-Sr. N Wazsvw mass- 1 r wsfv' sw: ez ew, we We te-r eeytlie W fix-.f Y-'nv T M at f,, ,tt MZ , ae ve: , V, f ' as eg' 3.22, ag , lite karat' ef: ra 'I , H lll 544 .rj f ig? .ix mf, , L si' ' J ""s. ' 'Q . E . ,Xu l -in EW or ,Zyl We I 1? 596232355 Mia 1-4-V gg-vw' r eff? r '- gpg 1-gpm ff Elementary and Special Education The giant elementary and special education department included nearly 400 majors this year. Both graduate and undergraduate work was offered. Education grads were hit hardest by the job shortage of 1971. The only schools in Nevada that seemed to have openings were in Owyhee, Pioche and Eu- reka-all very small, isolated towns. The new department chairman, Dr. Robert Friedli, encouraged students to join the Nevada State Education Association or the National Education Association. Each graduate must have had a try at supervised teaching. Faculty in addition to Fiedli were: Profes- sors: Kelly, Hollingsworth, Linskie, Reed and Willey, Associate Professors: Johns, Tower and Youngg Assistant Professors: Butorac and Johns, and Lec- turer: Micheletti. The department expects to add one staff member next year. Row One: Diana Goff Elementary Education-Sr. Katherine Goff Elementary Education-jr. I ill Gottschalk Elementary Education-Sr. Pam Graffam Elementary Education-Jr. Russell Grow Elementary Education-S Row Two: Colleen Grube Elementary Education-F Ruth Ann Grundy Elementary Education-Sr. Morena Guazzini Elementary Education-S Carol Gullickson Elementary Education-P Ann Haglund Elementary Education-Sr. Row Three: Terri Hall Elementary Education-I3 Pat Handy Elementary Education-Sr. Carolyn Hansen Elementary Education-S Valerie Hamish Elementary Education-Sr. Karen Harris Elementary Education-F Row Four: Nancy Heckman Elementary Education-Ir. Iudy Herring Elementary Education-Sr. lim Hickey Elementary Education-S Harrie! Hiester Elementary Education-Sr. Sue Huff Elementary Education-S Row Five: Christine Hummel Elementary Education-S Valerie Huntington Elementary Education-Jr. john Hyatt Elementary Education-F Karen Isola Elementary Education-Ir. Ardelle johnson Elementary Education-F Row Six: Donna johnson Elementary Education-S Waynette jones Elementary Education-Sr. Ginny Kasten Elementary Education-F Nancy Kelley Elementary Education-S Susan Kelley Elementary Education-Sr. Row Seven: Kristie Kennedy Elementary Education-Sr. Linda Kerestesi Elementary Education-F Darleen Laird Elementary Education-S Sheryl Landing Elementary Education-Ir. Margie Lappin Elementary Education-Ir. 'js X ffl? ' 4-1-rv ""'- J ht' Q' T!! tv? 4 W t 'rv fad Yi? If ll."4'1-U.. 7:11 Illi- Row one: Linda Leong Elementary Education-F Peggy Logan Elementary Education-F Tina Luke Elementary Education-Sr Sharon Lynch Elementary Education-Sr Charlene Lyons Elementary Education-Sr Row Two: Laurie Macmillan Elementary Education-S Marlene Madraso Elementary Education-F Arlyn Maffi Elementary Education-F Molly Maloney Elementary Education-F Beth McAdams Elementary Education-5 Row Three: Lorry Mannatt Elementary Education-Sr loElIen McC inness Elementary Education-S Alyson McKeegan Elementary Education-S Ieanne McKnight Elementary Education-Ir Candace McMaster Elementary Education-Ir Row Four: Sherry McNair Elementary Education-Sr Leslie Medina Elementary Education-S Patsy Middleton Elementary Education-S Anita Mills Elementary Education-S Linda Mood Elementary Education-Sr Row Five: Sharon Morgan Elementary Education-Ir. Tricia Morrison Elementary Education-F Linda Moss Elementary Education-Sr Robyn Munn Elementary Education-Sr Bea Nannini Elementary Education-Ir. Row Six: Norie Neddenreip Elementary Education-S joan Nelson Elementary Education-S Nikki Newkirk Elementary Education-S Bob Olds Elementary Education-F Darlene Oxoby K Elementary Education-F Row Seven: Sandy Packer Elem-"ntary Education-S Debbie Parke Elementary Education-F Mardelle Petersen Elementary Education-Jr. Dorothy Petty Elementary Education-jr. Janne Phillips Elementary Education-Sr. Row Four: Sally Ringo Elementary Education-Sr. Andrea Rosaschi Elementary Education-F Joanne Schaefer Elementary Education-F Carol Sciarani Elementary Education-Ir. Kay Sciarani Elementary Education-F Row Five: Karen Shewmaker Elementary Education-Sr. Janice Simpson Elementary Education-Jr. Sandra Snelling Elementary Education-I3 Mary Staley Elementary Education-S Dave Stiegler Elementary- Education-Sr. Row Six: Norrie Stocking Elementary Education-Ir. Paul Strickland Elementary Education-Sr. Kathy Sullivan Elementary Education-Sr. Tim Sullivan Elementary Education-Sr. Kathy Surber Elementary Education-F Row Three: Kathleen Reese Elementary Education-Sr. Brenda Reid Elementary Education-S Dawne Rice Elementary Education-F Row Two: Hazel Rabe Elementary Education-Ir. Gail Ramasco Elementary Education-F Row One: Ed Quinn Elementary Education-Jr. f-Q, . 'YM4' .em "f'.:V , H' ' 1 " 3 by E: and t ii f-.4 Row One: Brenda Tedford Elementary Education- Ir. Row Two: Janet Thompson Elementary Education-S Pam Tieslaw Elementary Education-F Row Three: Jeanette Titlow Elementary Education-S Ardea Trapletti Elementary Education-5 Jeanne Trigero Elementary Education-Sr .guv Row Four: Susan Trigero Elementary Education-F Leslie Ellen Tucker Elementary Education-S Sheila Twichell Elementary Education-S Katie Urlaub Elementary Education Jackie Vice -Jr. Elementary Education-F Row Five: Meg Verberkmoes Elementary Edu cation-Jr. Kathleen Walker Elementary Education-S Pam Webber Elementary Education-Sr Diana Whisman Elementary Education-Sr Mary Williams Elementary Education-S Row Six: Joyce Winchester Elementary Education-5 Sarah Woodburn Elementary Education-S Denise Woods Elementary Education-S Chris Yates Elementary Education-S Kathleen Yim Elementary Education-Sr. Row One: Carole Brennan Kindergarten-Primary-Sr. Row Two: Tim Mains Kindergarten-Primary-F . Freida Del Papa Kindergarten-Primary-Ir. Row Three: Alfred Abrahamsen Education-Sr. Andrea Anderson Education-Sr. Joanne Blystone Education-lr. Row Four: Wayne Brander Education-5. Yolanda Butler Education-F. Barbara Clark Education-F. -4 Nz:-my 44. 1:31- I' T2 " ' i flgflf 3 l ' X1 'i s 1 I , , , V 73.151 . - I 1 "N", ' ' W f 'bi Row One: Tom Craig Education-Jr. Leslie Parias Education-S. Linda Franchi Education-F. Row Two: Karen Funk Education-F. Barbara Gallagher Education-F. Gloria C iambra Education-Sr. , g if 919 I l it ' -. l-:...' .- X, Row One: M arsha House Elementary Educa M arsha Lasher Education-S. Pam Lear Education-F. Lynn Lovell Education-Sr. julie Mueller Education-Sr. Row Two: Kathy Ross Education-F. Julie Shipton Education-F. john Silvestri Education-F. Sue Sprenger Education-F. Iudy Thomas Education-S. Row Three: Barbara Vanaman Education-P. Lynn Wilkinson Education-S. Mary Lou Wolf Education-S. janet Wong Elementary Educatnon S Harry Wright Education-Jr. Row One: Dan Armstrong Secondary Education-jr. History Charlene Baker Secondary Education-S English Jeanne Bergevin Secondary Education-Sr. Art Kathy Bodine Secondary Education-Sr. History lan Boltjer Secondary Education-Sr. History Row Two: Kenneth Byrne Secondary Education-Sr. History Sandy Caietti Secondary Education-F English Mary Ellen Cain Secondary Education-F English Chris Cammack Secondary Education-Jr. Industrial Education Roy Casey Secondary Education-Ir. Business Education Row Three: Kateri Cavin Secondary Education-Sr. History Iohn Chatburn Secondary Education-Sr. M athematics Kerry Cook Secondary Education-Jr. Business Education Row Four: Susie Corlett Secondary Education-S Art Iulie Davis Secondary Education Health, PE and Recreation Sherrell Dunkin Secondary Education English Row Five: james Canyon Secondary Education-Sr. History john Garfinkle Secondary Education-Jr. English Row Six: Pat Gibson Secondary Education-Sr. Physical Sciences Jacqueline Gilbert Secondary Education-Jr. Biological Sciences Row Seven: Sylvia Guidici Secondary Education-Ir. Art Fred Gladding Secondary Education-S Political Science i .aiit 2,4 S . ei' . A- .1 , . aa., WY. I , u ' 1 'Es 'iv vi' 'M T, it if , at 'P fill: . L L QMIA' ,1 li I l l l , W W I. H-1. 'T X, Z T? Secondary Ed uoation The secondary education department, which th year trained about 200 prospective junior and senii high school students, needed more room to grow Consequently, a new building is being built at tl north end of campus. Each student was required declare a major and minor teaching specialty and do supervised teaching. Most of the possible maj fields were required courses for high school grad ation. Carolyn Basta was named outstanding stude teacher of the year. Faculty members were Professc Arthur Phelps Qchairmanlg Associate Professors: l Davis, Gilman, Trent: and Lecturer: Lee. Row One: Wendy Goodin Secondary Education-F English Lewis Gousie Secondary Education-S English Michael Greenan Secondary Education- English Cayle Griswald Secondary Education-S Political Science Barbara Gruenwald Secondary Education-Jr. Political Science Row Threeg Jerry Huston Secondary Education-Ir. English Vicki Huxtable Secondary Education-Ir. M usic jerry Janke Secondary Education-Sr. English Paula johnson Secondary Edu cation-Sr English Lewis Kittell Secondary Education-Sr History Row F ive: Connie Little Secondary Education-Jr English Kristi Lund Secondary Education-F Art Donald Lyons Secondary Education-F English Linda Magaldi Secondary Education-F English Janice M cAuliffe Secondary Education-Sr. Business Education Row Seven: Bonnie Olin Secondary Education-F Debbi Paladini Secondary Education-S English Mary Pfaff Secondary Education-S History Robert Pike Secondary Education-Sr. Political Science Francisco Poli Secondary Education-S Journalism Row Two: Raymond Harjo Secondary Education-Sr Speech and Drama Susan Heringer Secondary Education-Sr History janet Hill Secondary Education-P English Gary Honea Secondary Education-Sr Biological Sciences Loraine Honyumptewa Secondary Education-Ir. Business Education . Row Four: lane Klotz Secondary Education-F History M ark Kruse Secondary Education-F German Lorinda Laca Secondary Education-S Business Education lamee Landaburu Secondary Education-F Business Education Virginia Lipscomb Secondary Education-F French Row Six: Ioy McCorkill Secondary Education-Sr. Biological Sciences Judith M iddleton Secondary Education-Ir. Biological Sciences Michael Miller Secondary Education-Jr. M athematics Sue Myers Secondary Education-S M athematics Iacquelynn Namie Secondary Education-F German Row One: john Riggs Secondary Education-Jr. Political Science Bill Robinson Secondary Education-Jr. History Nancy Sawyer Secondary Education-Jr. Political Science Tom Sawyer Secondary Education-Sr. Speech and Drama Naomi Sharp Secondary Education-Sr. Spanish Row Two: J an Sherman Secondary Education-Jr. English Rose Shipton Secondary Education-Sr. English Karen Smith Secondary Education Row Three: Pat Small Secondary Education-Sr. English Marty Speelzen Secondary Education-Sr. English Diane Stone Secondary Education-S Spanish Row Four: Tim Sullivan Secondary Education-F M athematics Terry Tieber Secondary Education-S English Frances Tryon Secondary Education-Sr. Music oan Hines pecial Education-S ryce Hobbs pecial Education-S ow Three: arbara Holmes pecial Education-S olleen McKeown Education-jr. Cindy McWhorter Special Education-F Row Four: Virginia Smith Special Education-I5 Kathleen Timko Special Education-S Nancy Turnbaugh Special Education-Ir. TTY? '63 'Ji 1'-V A I-'G 'IW' ffj 'ZE5 13, Row One: Noel Tyler Secondary Education-Sr. Social Studies Margaret Vogel Secondary Education-Sr. Political Science Mary Vlautin Secondary Edu cation-5 History Cheryl Walker Secondary Education-jr. History Gloria Williams Secondary Education-S Business Education Row Two: Vicki Williams Secondary Education-Sr. English Mary Willis Secondary Education-Ir. Biological Sciences Row Three: Linda Wolf Secondary Education-Sr History Becky Woods Secondary Education-Jr. Row Fou r: Larry Woolf Secondary Education-Sr. History Dexter Wright Secondary Education-Sr. History Row One: Dale Austin Physical Education-F Ted Beecher Physical Education-jr. Ada Bonda Secondary Education-Sr. Physical Education Debbie Bryant Secondary Education-F Physical Education Mona Concha Secondary Education-Ir. Physical Education Row Two: Barby Cullom Secondary Education-jr. Physical Education Patrick Cunning Secondary Education-S Physical Education Debbie Dambacher Secondary Education-F Physical Education Geoff Harroby Secondary Education-jr. Physical Education Carolyn Hudson Secondary Education-Ir. Physical Education Row Three: Bonnie Knight Secondary Education-F Physical Education Demo Koutsoulis Physical Education Karl Huhles Secondary Education-Sr. Physical Education Row Four: Annette Lobrovich Secondary Education-S Physical Education Tom Montague Secondary Education-S Physical Education Billie Moon Secondary Education-Jr. Physical Education Row Five: George Ochs Secondary Education-Sr. Physical Education Denny Powers Physical Education-Sr. Row Six: janet Rice Secondary Education-P Physical Education Bettye Settle Physical Education 'val 5,-J J '-cg - 1 -f-J' 'EQ 253 1 M .1 l Physica During the past few years the healt and physical education departmen has been gradually outgrowing th gymnasium. New facilities ar planned near the Mackey Stadiu but won't be built until bonds are sol to raise money. Most of the depart ment's 180 majors will go into teach ing or coaching. These students in clude many of the University's 'to X X X, I l? IW nllllllllllllr pill! va, ducation hletes. Students will begin partici- tion in departmental meetings in ll '71, No new classes were added is year, but the pass-fail option has en implemented for all courses mbered 100 through 199. Phi Epsi- Kappa is the honorary fraternity. partment chairman is Robert ughter. rr Row One: George Shields Secondary Educatio Physical Education Lee Smiley Secondary Educatio Physical Education Bert Steele Secondary Educatio Physical Education Paul Tholl Secondary Educatio Physical Education Michael Vacchina Secondary Educatio Physical Education Row Two: Alana Williams Secondary Educatio Physical Education Michelle Willis n- H n- n- n.. n-I r Secondary Education-S Physical Education Row Three: Roger Wolf Secondary Edu cation-F Physical Education .,-' I N KRk, W - -H.3,f.n1j f N 1 -. ii? . : - , ,. .ff',w f f Q ,,,,. ,. X ,4., f lm X fmsmfi Zff' , 1 "' VVI'li'Z5::-Am! f 1 M Z ,ff QV Al Lfseaisiii-35:12AM A- Hx.. 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X '- 11 ' , M J, AV . . x Civil Engineering -ff' fi i i 7 4 xr! i I 1 . xg' :., ,Ur It , .. i . is is WIT' 'W"'J'iii . fi. . . 1, 453+ ii -' 9 The College of Engineering boasts 95 students in mechanical engineeringg 122 in civil engineering, 127, electrical engineer- ingg 24, engineering science, 42 undeclared majors and one lone nuclear engineering major. Student societies are ASCE fcivil engineersl, IEEE Celectrical engineersj, ASME Cme- chanical engineers, and ASNE fnuclear engineersj. Sigma Tau, the scholastic honorary, sponsors an annual campus improvement project. This year they generated the Manza- nita Lake clean-up, enlisting contractors to contribute ma- terials and work and organizing help from all over the campus. Row One: lim Barredo Civil Engineering-F. john Bell Civil Engineering-Sr Larry Burton Civil Engineering-F Ted Brown Civil Engineering-J r. Row Two: Mark Coates Civil Engineering-F. james Flemming Civil Engineering-Sr Robert Fontana Civil Engineering-Sr William Gallagher Civil Engineering-S. Row Three: Dan Callian Civil Engineering-F. john Gonzales Civil Engineering-Sr Lloyd Kegney Civil Engineering-F. Mark Meiser Civil Engineering-F. Row Four: Iohn Schoppmann Civil Engineering-jr. Robert Wieland Civil E ngineering-F. john Winston Civil Engineering-F. jerry White Civil Engineering-F. Row One: Basil Antonopoulos Mechanical Engineering-Ir. Io Anne Hellman M echanical Engineering-Sr. Denise Liuzzo Mechanical Engineering-F. Ioe Nishikida Mechanical Engineering-F. Farrel Overholser M echanical Engineering-Sr. Row Two: Iohn Vossler Mechanical Engineering-Sr. Iohn Wright Mechanical Engineering-Sr. Robert Armbruster Engineering Science-S. Cary Lehman Engineering Science-Sr. Howard Moy Engineering-S. Row Three: Larry Wilson E ngineering-F. Bradley Hayes Engineering Design-S. Bob Teal Engineering Design-F. K Y! We - if.. i, X M at . v 1 H -sg -...A i '- Y' -' 1: li' 's: A 1 .ni :TI rg . i gi. Em! as 'ni ' i I f 4, ' K Q . LL f an ll r ,., i N. . y x , JJ, I . 'J-L aff ' t .Q I I . I Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Science Si Engineering Design Tech nology I When Dean James Anderson became Vice-president for Academic Affairs, the College of Engineering found itself leaderless. Nuclear engineering was deleted in economy measures. Nationally the demand for engi- neers has decreased drastically. While civil engineers still have good job opportunities other grads find work harder to come by. However, despite the trend to close down engineering schools, the College at UNR plans to annex two two-year programs-electronics tech and engineering design tech from the Nevada Technical Institute. A supersonic wind tunnel was built in the basement of Palmer Engineering. Civil engineers did summer internships with the Nevada Highway Department and mechanical engineer worked on a car powered by expanding liquid nitro- gen as a pollution preventative. Row One: J ack Beckwith Electrical Engineering-Sr Henry Bunsow Electrical Engineering-Sr I ohn Carito Electrical Engineering-Sr Eugene Chun Electrical Engineering-5. Row Two: Bill Cushing Electrical Engineering-F. Harold Lloyd Electrical Engineering-Jr. Braden Rippetoe Electrical Engineering-Sr. Charles Safford Electrical Engineering-S. Larry Tori Electrical Engineering-Jr. is i u Row One: Cliff Bowen Business Administration Mike Burns Business Administration- Gerry Colquhoun Business Administration- Cary Dambacher Business Administration- lerry Echevarria Business Administration- Row Two: Bill Felices Business Administration- Linda Forman Business Administration- Brian Fox Business Administration- lames Handy ' Business Administration- Fred Hanker Business Administration- Reorganization of the College of Business created a new three-department system. Accounting and office admin tration merged, adding business computer options. Managerial sciences evolved from the combination of finan management and marketing. A revised economics program provided more opportunity for interdisciplinary stud and required more math preparation. About 200 students majored in managementg 75 in marketingg 75 80, economicsg and 281, accounting. Accounting grads were among the few who had a real pick of job offers this Managerial science majors had less trouble than most in finding work, but many economics grads were forced Row One: Dan Horgan Business Administration-S. Michael Horsley Business Administration-S. Craig Ihara Business Administration-F. Cary Johnston Business Administration-F. George juillerat Business Administration-Sr. Row Two: Rodney Lee Business Administration-F. Delia Martinez Business Administration-Sr. Kris Mickelson Business Administration-F. Dan Miller Business Administration-Sr. Bart Mowry Business Administration-F. Row Three: Guy Packer Business Administration-S. Dick Paulsen Business Administration-F. Fred Ransohoff Business Administration-F. Earl Sato Business AdministrationS. Hon Turrentine Business Administration-Ir. Row Four: Steve Schlueter Business Administration-F. Gordon Seaman Business Administration Marie Sherman Business Administration-F. Mark Stevens Business Administration-F. Bill Whitney Business Administration-S. ' ii : M .ft gif gg ,ya b 6 -N ' 3 'Si IEEE.. ea , 1 i , ' as v if - -' 4 i T " ., 7 - ,- ',,,.- A S' 7. 'I E ' ' ' K V ' A W I i 'E " s Sita-if ffiiftfsf 1' iff E" f' I "' 4 i Ai W - t Y H A N V5 A , , liek SI , 5 Y, .. -. .K is I , Q ' 1 .. ' - 2 if 3 ' W " t it 'J K ,w I U " ' " f' 5 I , , ,, D V , , 5 , 1 E T ' A .sg 1 Q, K -4 - 1 l l gf eturn to school for graduate work or a law degree. Economics students studied evada's wedding chapel industry, evaluated state agencies working out of the overnor's office, and analyzed the effects of money "going back to the old coun- ry." Dr. Richard Cotter developed a game involving the Sigma 7 computer that llowed students to make business decisions without risking real money. Some 5 universities participated in UNR's annual intercollegiate business games. ccounting' students found computer work more convenient when a key punch achine and remote terminals were installed. Dan Klaich was named outstand- g accounting student. The College of Business established a student advisory ouncil as a steering committee. The business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, served s liaison with professional groups. The Student Accounting Society and its resident, Jerry Moto, arranged the government internship program. Omicron elta Epsilon was the honorary economics fraternity, and there was also a Mar- eting Club. '23 or 2-2-1 , 5 1 ' ,7. T V -711. ,pa - ,. .- l lar k lg g l 3 s lsi 1 a ll i r ' N ' fl ' - 1-'A fi "V. -. A 1 f rrii Mm, it We , ,J l A: is .1 e awe mfs' - f 1: . - .rw-if Q 4- l c A r-- A , ,Q I w 3 D l K l w li , H..-g,, , A i I .E , l Q at . , Ee. .. . I. 4 5 J A lay 2 -1 Row One: Ianice Willy Bu siness Administration-S Row Two: Rick Wisecarver Business Administration-F Row Three: Iackie Cook Computer Science-S. Row Four: Darrell Horning Business Technology-F. Row Five: Mary lsetta Bu siness Technology-F. Ion Landa Bu siness Technology-F. Randall Slee Bu siness Technology-F. Patrick Allison Business Management-Sr. Edward Basta Business Management-Sr. Row Six: Gary Colon Business Management-Jr. lane Cullen Bu siness Management-F. George Del Carlo Business Management-Jr. Gary lbello Business Management-jr. Wayne Frediani Business Management-Jr. Row Seven: Marshall Hansen Business Management-Sr. Margie Lauck Business Management-Sr. Thomas Lewis Bu siness M anagement-Sr. Bob Modisette Bu siness Management-F. Christopher Mumm Business Management-Jr. Row One: Gerry Newcomer Bu sine ss Management-jr. Robert North Business Management-Sr. Brad Norton Business Management-Ir. Gary Richert Business M anagement-Sr. Row Two: Stan Tener Business Management-Sr. David Thomas Business Management-Jr. Mike Upson Bu sine ss M anagement-F. Howard Bucquet Economics-Jr. Row Three: Prank Burke E conomics-Sr. Bill Cobb E conomics-Sr. Keith Cobb Economics-Sr. Thom Collins Economics -F. Row Four: jim Fairweather Economics-F . Steve Hamilton Economics-I r. Jayliornmayer Economics-I r. Paul Meyers Economics-Sr. Row Five: Chuck Thomas Economics-Sr. Ion Wahrenbrock Economics-S. Row Six: jeff Guild Real Estate-Sr. Bruce Mace Real Estate-Jr. To SAGE, slplaie 1: ll o',, wi A :QQ .9 K Q 5, l'N 4 WU., -if . N if I I l l V. Ml Row One: Steve Topol Real Estate-Sr. Michael Adams M arketing-Sr. Sheila Adams Marketing-Sr. Doug Clary M arketing-Ir. Row Two: Cristy Culberg M arketing-Sr. Thomas Dempsey M arketing-S. Lou Doyle M arketing-S r. Ioan Etchells Marketing-Sr. Su san E tchells Marketing-Sr. Row Three: Marietta Farrar M arlceting-Sr. Tom Farrar M arketing-Sr. Bruce Fredrick son M arke ting-I r. Stan Goodin M arketing-Sr. Kenneth Guy M arketing-Sr. Row Four: David Heckethorn M arketing-I r. Don jenkins M arketing-J r. Leo Mahoney M arketing-Sr. Iohn Nummela M arketing-Sr. Tony Sanchez M arlce ting-S. Row Five: Scott Sappenfield M arlceting-Sr. Don Schelling M arketing-Sr. Hal Spatz M arketing-Sr. Ken Thompsen M arketing-F. Cynthia Walker M arketing-Sr. Row One: Deane Albright Accounting-Sr. Robert Almo Accounting-Sr. Dennis Anderson Accounting-Jr. Bruce Atkinson Accounting-Sr. Row Two: Myron Banwart Accounting-Sr. Scott Bergstrom Accounting-F. john Bradford Accounting-J r. Frank Brendle Accounting-Sr. Row Three: Bradford Brown Accounting-S. Tim Brown Accounting-jr. Ioe Burns Accounting-Sr. Marty Carraher Accounting-Sr. Gerald Churchfield Accounting-S. Row Four: Tim Cope Accounting-S. I erry Crockett Accounting-F. Steve Degnan Accounting-S. Larry Etter Accounting-F. Gary Ghiggeri Accounting-Jr. Row P ive: Mike Gilbert Accounting-F. Dirk Hall Accounting-S. Delynn Higley Accounting-Ir. Lyrm 1 ohnson Accounting-P. Craig Kellison Accounting-Ir, ROW Six: Tom Kerestesi Accounting-Ir. Dan Klaich Accounting-Ir. jim Lappin Accounting-Sr. Bob l.eGoy Accounting-S. Row Seven: Robert Lindstrom Accounting-Sr. John Link Accounting-Sr, Myron Lochridge Accounting-F. John Marvel Accounting-S. U7 -Q Q G Q UN I- Q2 Q I RE CE I7 5-O 615 x9 .9 -5 . gg Q if -'r"'qT" Q"""'El"l: Q Ffh 35 : K, . "?:' lion, 71-931, , 3355 44 ca 59 f"5x Ja-1 'if Eiiliigial , uf" u 'Y V' , www'V5?fxx,H"' iw ,V ,M '95 -nrt! T, ,,,-e ff! QQ ,A X v , i ,357 zap. ai ' in l me 1 ? VJ, J I W N ' 4 V Oo 2:11. 1 4' .1 'X I 2 if , 'z' A, X 1 Y v... 4 Y ez 4 wa' rl -3. fr vi: W I MQ Y .W . 1 'igxg 5 :- , X EVN' i V li Ho-:Hi "0 mi '2l,s.- ,Nb f nf!! Row One: Ted Matthews Accounting-Sr. Steve McBride Accounting-F. Quincy McComas Accounting-Ir. Row Two: Brian Menzel Accounting-Sr. Nancy Miles Accounting-S. Mike Miller Accounting-F. Row Three: Winifred Moy Accounting-Sr. Tom Ogden Accounting-Sr. Vickie Seacrist Accounting-F. Row Four: M ark Seasholtz Accounting-Sr. Dale Smith Accounting-S. Mark Ullrich Accounting-Jr. Row Five: Larry Tiller Accounting-Sr. Paul Quilici Accounting-Jr. Bill Valline Accounting-Sr. ROW Six: Steve Watson Accounting-Sr. Dave Weisbart Accounting-F. Phil Williamson Accounting-Jr. Row Seven: Dennis Castaneda Industrial Manage Robert Colburn Industrial Manage Richard Wilk ment-Sr ment-Sr Personnel and Industrial Relations-Srf NEW YORK STOCK EX 2 24'0 6 1l'11 49 33V4 48 8 560160: 5 25 14 IBVI 510 68 7 29 .55 1416 1 24 2 41 145 64114 30 139314 22 ' 63314 117 33'l: 28 24114 180 MV: 114 44'h 105 3856 2 26'!1 48 8314 14 28 7 25'h 176 35'f: 4 20 162 45'!4 15 BM 5 1 M 270 2l'l4 24'A 2410 1835 18'11 32 '12 33114 7 U00 7 Vu 16314 16914 24314 25 18 1 8 67 'Vu 67M 28'lr 29 14114 14'l4 23314 23314 41 41 62914 63'h 139 139 UVA 6J'h 3311: 33Vl 2011 2491 4338 MVA IJV1 44 38'll 38414 26V2 26112 BV: BV: 27114 27M UM 243A 163 11'l: 1200 3611i 11 25314 112 22Vs 89 33 2261201 129 73M 2 110'l4 1833 31314 137 17'1l 57 34'12 118 36h 3 1067ll 265 69m 168 39'A 203 5816 6 18114 46 28'1z 256 25Ws 49 47 81 24M x5 ll 1099 X1 603 BM 1360 46 13 15111 1380 16'1n 1100 24 1 SV: NY2 1 20 75 Row One: Richard Beach Finance-Sr. jerry Bechold Finance-F . Mary Kay Calabria Finance-Ir. Bill Carpenter Finance-Sr. Thomas Curry Finance-Jr. Row Two: Cathy Davis Finance-J r. Gregg Damm F inance-I r. Dave Fairchild Finance-13. Ray Mann Finance-Jr. Steven Mathers Finance-F. Row Three: Nick Peros Finance-Sr. Dod Pittman Finance-F. john Rott Finance-F. Sheldon Spitz Finance-Ir. I on Springmeyer Finance-jr. - WEDNESDAY'S CLOSING 99 3114 98 36' 4 5 3410 29 97,1 2 12'u 46 25' A 4 69' 2 97 8 71 28 43 53' r 24 30' 2 60 2314 259 70' 7 7033 1 46 151 6351 23 73 77 191 3 79 83 ' 28'fa 24 13' 4 34 625i 41 16 18 1714 21 203: 48 1351 1 11 , W wg lg 5 Q 5 4 g - I X ls I 7 K I 1 S qu 1 K yn EW . 1 l f-in 'C ..- KEY 01 .P QL iq J r- 0 fl 'M Q TH ii end gm Row One: Linda Balsi Secretarial Science-F. Diana Christiansen Secretarial Science-F. Annette Dressler Secretarial Science-F. Tina Cerwin Secretarial Science-S. Deidre Grulli Secretarial Science-S. Row Two: leanette Hargitt Secretarial Science-F. M ary johnson Secretarial Science-F. Karen Kellison Secretarial Science-Sr. M arianne Maytan Secretarial Science-Jr. jamie McCarty Secretarial Science-S. Row Three: Anne McCulloch -Secretarial Science-S. Sharon Nickson Secretarial Science-F. Linda Woolverton Secretarial Science-S. Craig Bonds Office Administration-F. 'Mamie Chin Office Administration-S. Row Four: Diane Durham Office Administration-Ir Donna Cerwin Office Administration-Sr Jeanne Hoskins Office Administration-Sr Rod Mackay Office Administration-F. Kathie Martin Office Administration-F. Row Five: Linda McCreary Office Administration-Sr M ary McDearmid Office Administration-Sr Susan Moy Office Administration-jr. Loraine Oppio Office Administration-Sr Julie Rae Schulz Office Administration-Sr Row Six: Kornelia Stanley Office Administration-Jr. Ann Strickland Office Administration-S. Virginia Williams Office Administration-Jr. Row One: Cathy Bradshaw Romance Languages-Fr. Wendy Burns French-S. Dick Carlson Spanish-Sr. Row Two: Penny Landell Spanish-S. Lauri Long Spanish-S. Laura Murph F rench-S Marja Nelson F rench-F . Bruce Roundy Spanish-F. Terry Steele French-Ir. -J- -sr-sf -f -.4 , Row Four: Cheri Smith English-J r. Sheryl Stoddard English-F. Prancia Trout English-F. oreign languages and literatures is per- the most liberal department in the University. This year French, Span- Portuguese, German, Latin, Italian, ussian and Basque were offered. The early 100 majors chose to specialize in readings in a subject of interest or skills. Students had a chance to be in the language of their choice, the department put out a bulletin in- student work. Students voted faculty in department meetings, was permitted, and a course was by television broadcast. ug . X Row One: William Anthony E nglish-S. Patti I 0 Baker English-F. Brenda Baxter English-F. Patti Been English-Sr. Kate Berning English-Jr. Bill Christensen English-Jr. Carol Cooke English-I r. Row Three: Debbie Kimmerling English-5. lane Land English-Sr. Marian La Voy E nglish-Sr. Kathy May English-S. Seth Mills English-Sr. Mike Scheid English-Sr. Marcia Scilacci English-F. Row Two: Su san Davis English-S. Theo Domenici English-S. Lynn Duttweiler English-F, Denise Gallues English-Jr. Leta Gifford English-5. Andrea Haig E nglish-Sr. Roslyn Herz English-S. Row One: Brent Begley Prelegal-S. Dave Blakely Prelegal-Sr. Steve Burau Prelegal-Jr. Robert Dixon Prelegal-S. Row Two: Steve Edgar Prelegal-F. Don Evans Prelegal-F. Steve Frank Prelegal-S. Sam Pranlcovich Prelegal-F. Row Three: Glenn Goza Prelegal-jr, George Hatjakes Prelegal-Jr. Dean Heidrich Prelegal-Ir. David Houston Prelegal-F. Row Fourz. Rex Huntley Prelegal-F. J im M ancuso Prelegal-Sr. Scott Meaker Prelegal-F. John Melarkey Prelegal-Ir Row Five: Creighton Nady Prelegal-Sr. Ron Olson Prelegal-F. Reese Perkins Prelegal-Sr. Dan Stewart Prelegal-S. Row Six: Craig Sweeney Prelegal-Jr. Steve Turelr Prelegal-F. Iudy White Prelegal-S. Pre-law , X N0 I .:-. E , M an 'yn '5 ff' 1 ' V 4 ii E X ' ' " . , . K :X - 54 . A," . W Eggfww-se, 'I fi . 25? , W . , If 97325 , me I -Ji , Q 5 , .E W X " in' F ' ,W , H53 ww My .X U 'A r-409 qi 'JJ Dull . , , -. ,- .'. 11: A ,,, I-r-,,. lx IX 1 X Row One: J ames Baiiley Political Science-F. Christina Batjer Political Science-Ir. Row Two: Douglas Clark Political Science-F. Doug Clark Political Science-F. Row Three: Rosemarie Cozart Foreign Affairs-Sr. Frankie Sue Del Papa Political Science-Sr. Row Four: Mark Denton Political Science-S. Tom Dietrich Political Science-Jr. Row Five: Andrea Dieringer Political Science-Sr. Robert Fry Political Science-Ir. Alan Clover Political Science-Ir. Eddie Kauzlarish Political Science-Sr. Stephen Kent Political Science-F. Mike Lindell Political Science-Sr. Row Six: Randall Magliano Political Science-5 Robin Mazzone Political Science-Sr. Carol Millard Political Science-S. Stephen Moss Political Science-S. Eric Newman Political Science-Sr. Carol Pallesen Political Science-Sr. Cynthia Pyzel Political Science-S. Row Seven: Sampson Ogunloye Political Science-Sr. Debbie Roundy Political Science-F r. Mary Sauer Political Science-Sr. Ron Schoff Political Science-Jr. Oscar Snyder Political Science Louis Test Political Science-Sr. Steven Wooden Political Science-F. Row One: Jim Beazley Iournalism-Sr. Tod Bedrosian Iournalism-Sr. Mella Dee Chapman Journalism-S April Chresst Journalism-Sr. Dominic Clark journalism-Sr. Row Two: Candy Cosens journalism-jr. Anne Stewart Cuno Journalism-S john Elkins Journalism-F Steven Galantuomini Journalism-jr. Kris Krantzen journalism-S Row Three: lim Geyer Journalism-S jackie Ghormley Journalism-F Iohn Gregoire Iournalism-jr. Terry Grillo Journalism-Sr. Peggy Haase Journalism-Sr. Row Four: Nora Hancock Journalism-F Deborah johnson journalism-S Row F ive: Tonia Karagosian Journalism-Sr. Cathy Kelly Journalism-Sr. Row Six: Phil Klink Journalism-Sr. Connie Landa Journalism-S Tony Lawrence journalism-I r. joseph Lintz Iournalism-Sr. Ronnie Likes Journalism-Sr. Row Seven: Debby Lumlces Journalism-J r. Craig Manhart Journalism-F Michael Marley Iournalism-S William McClain journalism-F Chris McKenna Journalism-S Q ui SP -it f-A .N ,iee L l ' its M4 Wei 4 '.-3' 'Q ,mx , i W A , A V My YI?" 1...- 4 grit fi lr E' A iii 3 Li if sl F X i if 'Q L Y , i Q ij , , ,W 2 . 4 , VI' X fi- ..... ,1 ix Q F The journalism department this year joined the elite groups of accredited by the American Council on Education in Jo This is expected to give the 150 journalism majors added when they apply for jobs, but grads still had much difficulty find work in Nevada. The accreditation team said j-majors were takin many credit hours in their own field. A visiting professor from Coll rado, Richard Pavlik, stole the show in the classrooms with his off beat, but effective teaching methods. Students elected represent: tives for a departmental steering committee. John Brodeur was pres dent of Sigma Delta Chi. The student chapter of the profession journalism society participated heavily in the convention held in L. Vegas. A summer newspaper, replacing the Sagebrush, during the v cation, was published by the department under the supervision Richard Froheen. Terry Oliver was named outstanding senior in jour nalism, Tod Bedrosian received the Petrini Memorial Cup, Ton Karagosian was honored as outstanding senior woman, and St Cooper and Lenita Drew were feted as outstanding interns at tl Nevada State Journal and Reno Evening Gazette. A n 5 ' s, r li in 1 ' L l i my N Y W 4 ' ' K , r N Vlnr " iw Kii' Higffaszx 7 FJ gm ,V E K gig? 321- 4 ii'l r. .4 1 Nr' V? nw Row One: Molly Morrisy journalism-Sr. Linda Nagy Journalism-S Terrance Oliver Journalism-Sr. Bob Peck journalism-P Dante Pistone journalism-5 Row Two: Michael Reed Journalism-Sr. Bobetta Robertso Journalism-Sr. Stephen Salerno Journalism-Sr. janet Spooner journalism-Sr. I1 me . V es 4 . ki lzqa .. '-'f 1 , ,.A,lJ1,. , x ' ' -l g lm ' 5" Robyn Bowman Diana Brinley Nancy Canvin Norah Clark Colleen Connolly Art-F Art-S Art-F Art-F Art-S 1 2 . i e is Recitals and productions are a constant, vital par of the music department's life. This year's include Iolanthe, The Messiah, The Magic Flute, a Un versity Community Orchestra concert featuring D the Opera programs. The Marching Band marche lon Dewey Kathy French ,Ioan Haskell Terry Likes Gina Phelps A Art-Jr. Art-S Art-S Art-F Art-F Ron Williams, a Symphonic Band Concert, t . y . University Singers and Dr. Keith Macy in Me ihvy X . dolhsonls Elijah, and spring and fall Evening 7 -I I X VX -' '1 its last at Homecoming but the Pep Band still pla ff lfONXhl Nil' I at games . Chairman Ed Puffer said students ser jan Sarras Debbie Siri Deborah Sprenger Ann Tue 011 most faculty Committees. Art-Sr. Art-S Art-5 Art-jr. lx fl 39 -E a. , Qin . .,g. ' i i r N --R I , 3 . ,l is .,., K, X 1 I .Q-I i fl 2 X ' . , X if -1- V .sd- 'T.:r W jane Blaikie Tim Doty Valerie Wells Bob Whittemore Music-S Music-F Art-Sr. Art-Sr. J . . X 'Si t 59 '- 73- U ,seg ifjy is g Mary Heard Dave Leonard Music-5 Music-F Dale Smith Neil Wicklander Music-F Music-Sr. N gg , 39' ,f' A -1 Q8 i 4, ee.. ,sb K 5-2 A H . A ad-fi Music The art department acquired three new teache this year-Professors Ron Paulet, drawing a painting, Chris Unterseher, ceramics, and Sv Loevgren, art history. Elected students served faculty committees for a second year. A new fres man visual foundations class was taught, repla ing basic drawing courses and producing a fil about pollution on campus. Competition for ent in fall and spring art strong. Howard Rosenber acting chairman, said what the 125 majors do aft graduation is so varied no one would believe anyway. .f -..--""' Peggy Bowen Cindy Corbin Mary Dowe Speech Gr Drama-Sr. Speech Gr. Drama-S Speech and Drama-1 r. IQ Keith Frosh Speech 6: Drama-Sr. Ross Gregory Speech and Drama-Sr. . ' xzjr " rr David Grundy Speech and Drama-Sr. Ioann Forman Speech Kc Drama-F l I ' Marty Mearns Speech Sr. Drama-Ir. Geri Shelton Speech Sr Drama-F : 4-i t !"'7 Jackie Leonard Sue Mansfield Speech 8: Drama-Sr. Speech Therapy-jr. Speech and Drama There were six dramatic productions at the University this year. Children's theater featured Infanta and The Ugly Duckling, Other productions were The Serpent, a ritual play, Your Own Thing, a musical, Gallows Humor, theater of the absurdg and the classic Richard III. A touring company from the Las Vegas campus presented Antigone. Tom Prewitt received the coveted Edwin Booth award for the second time. UNR's first speech teacher, Dr. Robert Griffin, retired in June. Dr. Griffin separated speech and drama from the english department in 1955. He had taught at UNR for 41 years. Professor Jim Ri1ey's debate quad focused their attention on wage and price controls this year. The forensics team traveled widely including visits to the University of Montana, Stanford University, Berkeley, University of Texas, El Paso, University of Oregon, University of Arizona and the Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha tournament in Indiana. UNR also sponsored the Nevada Great Western Tournament for university forensic teams in March and an April high school competition. Sophocles H Qleschy US . , Q A ' ,A 1 lk 4' If ,.- I J , ' Marilyn Miller Nancy Miller Speech 8: Drama-jr. Speech Sz Drama-F ,H 11- -9 Judy Smith Sue Starmer Speech 8: Drama-S Speech and Drama-S Myra Stenovich Pegi Walks -Speech Gt Drama-jr. Speech and D ama Sr ALM X S fro! ON IL MILL R Row One: Tim Alpers Wildlife Management-Sr. Howard Arcularius Animal Science-Sr. Brian Biswell Wildlife Biology-S. Stewart Brent Renewable Natural Resources-F. Row Two: Terry Booth Renewable Natural Resources-Ir. Row Three: Robert Byrne Agriculture-Sr. Row Four: Steve Ceresola Industrial Mechanics-Sr. Row Five: Richard Chase Industrial Mechanics-Sr. Row Six: Kelly Clark Animal Science-F. Row Seven: Dave Cowden Renewable Natural Resou rces-P. D on D ay Agriculture-Sr. Robert Deckrosh Agriculture-Sr. Eric Dickenson Agriculture-J r. mf? H Wie H -I Resources Itu re E In 3? N , ff . I 's .1 ,Z M I ,W uw ml' -- M iw H if -- A . ,rw - -iwznm new will - - Eg H W W ag. ,J H-I V 1 - 1 . ' f . we 1 ,Q ,-- - K 5- w .5-ia. , , L.. 3 '-ef' V? - : e. F Q ju fx 1 ' n m ill ' L l "5 Xl Ll X l i Row One: Ron Digesti Animal Science-Sr. Phillip Frank Renewable Natural Resources-Sr. D on Garate Animal Science-I r. M ark Gish Renewable Natural Resources-Sr. Row Two: David Coicoechea Renewable Natural Resources-Sr. Row Three: Frances Hellwinkel Ag. Econ, Sr Business-S Row Four: Dan Henningsen Plant, Soil 8: Water Science-jr. Row Five: Daniel Horton Animal Science-F. Row Six: Sean Howard Renewable Natural Resources-Jr. Row Seven: Glenn lobe Ag. Econ. 6: Business-S. Alan Kightlinger Agriculture Iou rnalism- john Landa Renewable Natural Re sou rces-Sr. Douglas Lee Animal Science-F . ll' l I ll V , wel 2 ' , 5 . "":1' gg tem., . . 1. iii.. ,. .- ,g Ae :jg , ..., . Q16 v W . w. ..1, .. mr-J . " :' lr-'Z ' mx. -L 'E-,4 ii:-3' . Y Q, Row One: Roy Lee Renewable Natural Resources-Sr. Dennis Lipscomb Renewable Natural Resources-Forestry-I r. John Lytle Renewable Natural Resources-Sr. Row Two: Allen M andell Animal Science-S. Rick Marvel Animal Science-S. David Miller Renewable Natural Resources-S. Row Three: jim Moore Animal Science-P. Russel Peacock Industrial Mechanics-5. J ames Reinhardt Animal Science-J r. ... 4... .5 ,z-,,.i.p .n..L.x -'-"-1: Plant, Soil and Water Science .ggi , flfzgf-ff-A, - fa -iv --- - i--gal " if X ffi ,. . FVYAX 'S 3i? nimal Science There are three divisions of the College of Agriculture-the school itself, the agricultural experiment station, and the cooperative extension service. Be- cause federal grants supply much of the research equipment needed by the experiment station and cooperative extension, excellent research facilities were available to students. There were 16 full-time faculty positions thisyear, filled by more than 50 people under split appointments for research and teaching. Students had access to livestock at the experimental farms, in- dustrial mechanics shops, a meats facility and greenhouses with climate con- trol chambers. The chambers, which provide an environment in which light, temperature, humidity and wind can be controlled, were invented by Dr. Fritz W. Went, Nevada's only member of the National Academy of Sciences. One of the more offbeat animal experiments was with a ruminant fistula, used to remove the contents of a living cow's stomach. Agriculture was one of the first University divisions to adopt student evaluation of teachers. Stu- dents also participated in faculty meetings and had their own organizations- Rodeo Club, Agricultural Economics Club and Alpha Zeta, the undergrad- uate honorary. Ron Squires, Industrial Mechanics, was named outstanding teacher and Ken Benson got the outstanding student award. Since the April freeze on federal civil service hiring more students have gone back to their home ranches or to work for agricultural business. Row One: Paul Smith Renewable Natural Resources-Sr. 5:3 Richard Tucker ' 9 Agriculture-S. Row Two: Louie Venturacci Ag. Econ. and Business-Sr. Robert Walls Renewable Natural A l ir , Resources-Sr. X, G N Row Three: Kenny Ward Renewable Natural Resources-P. Mark Warren Agriculture-Sr. tg. Row Four: 1 Ronald Weaver Renewable Natural Resources-jr. Michael Wylie Renewable Natural Resources-S. 1 L rc lx rf ,may -53.22 ue Q Ti' if .Q ,rre e -r A if 'pr L T nfl 'U' xx-gg i 9 1 N 1 pl ,er f Row One: Charlotte Holwich Home Economics-I r. Su san Kemmerle Home EC. Journalism-Sr. Row Two: Debbie Kent Fashion Merchandising-Ir. Deleea Landa Prekindergarten Ed.-F. Row One: Carol jean Andersen Child Development-Sr. Lynn Anderson Home Ec. Education-Sr. jill Atkinson Fashion Merchandising-F Row Two: Julianne Bertolino Fashion Trades-Sr. lsabel Burton Home Ec. Education-F. Kathy Carter Home Economics-jr. Row Three: Carmen Castle Home Economics-5. Melody Charles Interior Design-F. Sandy Collier Home Economics-Sr. Carol Doherty Home EC. Extension-Sr. Minnie Edmondson Child Development-S. Row Four: james Elkins Food Service Management Margie Eng Interior Design-S. Ellen Fletcher Fashion Trades-Ir. Christine Gulbransen Child Development-F. Danell Holcher Home Ec. Education-Jr. Hom Row One: Cheri Lloyd Prelcindergarten Ed.-F. Helen Lorant Food and Nutrition-Sr. Sharla Marriage Home Ec. Education-S. Row Two: Linda McCormack Home Ec. Education-Sr. Teressa McGee Interior Design-Sr. Madge McLeskey Home Economics-J r. Row Three: Kathy Meiser Fashion Merchandising-Sr. Martha Mitchell Prekindergarten Ed.-F. Nancy Mott Fashion Merchandising-F. Johanna Muller Home Economics-jr, Nancy Oswald Home Ec. Business-jr. Row Four: Joyce Porter Home Ec. Extension-Sr. Shirley Purviance Home Economics-J r. Helen Rasmussen Home Ec. Education-jr. Deanne Rawlins Home Ec. Education-jr. ' Lynn Rawlins Home Ec. Education-jr. conomics VL K ,-5 Row One: Katherine Reil Home Ec. Education-Sr Diana Richardson Home Economics-S. Row Two: Nancy Saden Home Ec. Education-Jr Patricia Schmidt Child Development-S. . :sg ' it , , M. Home economics entertained two guest lec- turers via telephone this year. The telelec- turers were Dr. Doris Hanson, executive direc- tor of the American Home Economics Associ- ation, and Dr. Robert Montgomery, professor of housing at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. ASUN Judiciary Committee ruled there should be a home ec. student senator. A monthly flyer was published to inform stu- dents of department activities. Noon seminars on "Working and Living in the Inner City," "Indian Culture," and the "Danforth Leader- ship Camp," were held. The department sponsored the American Family Film Festi- val. Two former faculty members had nation- ally published articles, Mrs. Julia Hoss in Parents Magazine, and Mrs. Joy Meeuwig in the Journal of Home Economics. Marilyn Maroon won the national 4-H scholarship. Sixty-five students joined the American Home Economics Association. Carol Anderson and Charlotte Holwick served as presidents of the Home Economics Club, which had about 20 active members. Phi Upsilon Omicron, a home ec. honorary, was organized with Sandy Collier serving as the first president and Mari- lyn Maroon as secretary. Row One: Ronald Ainsworth ll Chemistry-Sr. Lyle Griffith 3 Chemistry-F. r Sandra Morace Chemistry-Jr. 2 N'- NabilMukl1tar ' - Chemistry-Sr. ' f- Row One: Debbie Silveria Prekindergarten Ed.-S. Beverly Smith Home Ec. Education-S. Carol Ann Smith Home EC. Education-Sr Erin Sullivan Home Economics-F. Row Two: Linda Urriola Prekindergarten Ed.-jr. ludith Wagner Home Economics-j r. Ernie Woodson Food Service Management S Chemistry it .N : "" -.. L X1 Xz.5"'Cy, .ya Mathematics When the chemistry department moved into its new building this year it found the chief advantages of the new location to be excel- lent research facilities and a physical sciences library on the prem- ises. The building has air conditioning, more rooms for lectures, preparation rooms adjoining the lecture halls, audio-visual equip- ment, and space for research equipment. New equipment includ- ed a Laser-Raman spectrometer used to identify molecules in qualitative analysis with only milligrams of the unknown sub- stance needed. Dr. Hyueng Shin conducted a study of energy transfer processes associated with reactions occurring in the at- mosphere. There were about 20 undergraduates and 25 graduate students. Graduates were represented on a faculty-student com- mittee. About half the graduating seniors will return for more study, the other will find work in quality control, industry or medicine. Row One: Margaret Monsanto li' - Mathematics-jr. Iames Moore Mathematics-Jr. Catherine Oppio Mathematics-Sr. Samuel Potter Mathematics 8: Physics-Sr. Row Two: Pat Stark " M athema tics-Sr. Richard Stark M a thematics-Sr. William Stark M a thema tics-Sr. Jon Wellinghoff- M a thema tics-Sr. ' F3 1 Row One: f fe David Evans Mathematics-Sr. Kelsey Kahan Mathematics-I r. Leisa Findley Mathematics-Sr. Barbara Gibbs Mathematics-S. A computer terminal was installed in the mathematics department this year. Dr. Chauncey Oakley retired to lecturer emeritus status during the summer. Dr. Maurice Beese- ly published a paper on the "Integral Rep- resentations of the Euler Numbers" in the monthly journal of the Mathematics Associa- tion of America. Dr. Robert D. Davis and Dr. Edward Wishart also had a paper approved for publication. Bill Stark served as president of Pi Mu Epsilon, an honorary of 29 student members and 4 faculty affiliates. Dr. Beesley visited Washington D.C. as a panelist for the Cooperative College School Science program and to assist the American Psychological So- ciety in judging applications for National Science Foundation fellowships. The 54 math majors will go on to graduate work, seek employment at the computer center on campus or look for jobs elsewhere in in- dustry. , NAD ssi- Row One: Ianice Anderson X Biology-F 4 Carolyn Basta Biology-Sr, William Bennett Biology-Sr. Robert Burrows Wildlife Biology-Sr. Bob Colon Biology-Sr. Erleen Elmore Biology-Sr. Kerry Garcia Biology-I r. Row Two: Lynne Hall Biology-I r. Chris Kirby ,W Biology-F Henry Kirk Biology-Sr. Sherrie Menath Biology-F Craig Scheffel Biology-I r. lim Ward Biology-F Christine Whitcome Biology-S Row Three: Bart Williams Biology-F Paula Yelle Biology-S Cheryl Kalish Botany-F Drucilla Rossi Botany-Sr. Pilar Escobar Zoology-Sr. Claudia Lehto a Zoology-Sr. Michael Lott NX Zoology-F b Row Four: N Barbara Smith Zoology-J r. Michael Van Horn Zoology-S john Arobio P hysics-S Chris Cuthbertson Physics-I r. Susan Krogh Physics-F Nevada Technical Institute When the United States Air Force abandoned the Stead Base eight miles north of Reno during an economy measure in 1966, the Uni- versity of Nevada got part of the buildings and equipment. The Nevada Technical Institute was established to provide instruction in two-year programs. This year 45 students majored in law enforce- ment thereg 20 in electronics technologyg 51, engineering design technology, 47, business technology. At the end of the 1970-71 aca- demic year the future of the Institute was in question. It seemed some of the programs would become part of the Community College system while others would either be cancelled or absored by various branches of UNR. During the year the law enforcement program was brought to the Regents for certification as a four year program. It was turned down. Business tech was taught mainly by grad students from UNR. Engineering design tech-which is based on drafting- had students doing advanced work. It was expected to become part of the College of Engineering. The Stead campus has its own stu- dent government, cafeteria, stores and streets. Like the air base that preceeded it is a miniature city. But like the air base, its days appear to be numbered. 555' it ii S52 f LX' I Y Sf. ' X. , Q ' 1 1 A .. " -, g , haf . in : Q n , 7, rr, Physics The physics department will have something to brag about next year when it moves out of its 40 year old laboratories and into a new building. The traditional lecture method will be augmented by film loop projectors and audio-visual devices in lecture rooms. Much of the research which was funded by government grants was cancelled and despite the new facilities these activities will have to depend pri- marily on departmental funds. The 40 undergraduate ma- jors learned from a faculty whose projects were unique. Dr. James Kliwer was in charge of an extremely high vol- tage Van de Graf generator and was working on a project to discover which elements cause the most pollution. Dr. David Marsh works with the earth's magnetic field. Dr. William Scott is perhaps the only man presently apply the philosophy of science to atmospheric physic works. Dr. Phillip Altick does atomic quantum mechanics research and Drs. George Barnes and Philip Bettle are working on 3 field ion and field electron microscopy. The society of ZX physics students, Sigma Pi Sigma, was not very active this year. Biology The biology department hired four new faculty members expanding to the largest size it has been in years. Biology attempts to tailor its courses to the individual student. 3 While there is no fixed curriculum programs are designed to prepare students for professional work or continuing educa- tion. New classes were added this year in endocrinology, cellular biology, histological techniques and cytogenetics. The department has two electron microscopes and well- equipped biophysical and biochemical labs, but the num- ber of grants has declined during the past few years. Ap- proximately 250 students majored in biology, preparing for positions in research, government or teaching. The depart- II1ent's environmental group-Professors Peter Comanor, Arthur Risser, Fred Ryser, and Michael Pontrelli-became 'increasingly active in conservation projects. Dr. Pontrelli in particular was concerned with the plight of wild horses in Nevada and worked with Wild Horse Annie fVelma Johnstonl to preserve these animals. Chairman of the de- partment is Dr. Hugh Mozingo. james Bissonnette , Electronics Technology-Sr Frank Bianchi Law Enforcement-F Steve Cloyd Law Enforcement-Jr. C' Gary Ellis Law Enforcement-F lean McClendon Law Enforcement-F Iohn Schlard Law Enforcement-F Rusty Shipman Law Enforcement-F -f gf , f 1g Geography-Geology History will hire two new faculty members in 1971 to instruct its 115 majors. Every student must take Nevada History to graduate. The original history of Nevada, published in 1881, was unindested. The only other good source of material for the course was "Nevada Adven- ture," by Dr. James Hulse, but this was written on a high school level. This year Dr. Russell R. Elliott completed his college textbook on Nevada history and it is now being printed. Meanwhile, Dr. Hulse has been work- ing on the "History of the University of Nevada," which he began this year. The professional history society, Phi Alpha Theta, was not active this year. Grads, who often plan to become teachers, had a hard time finding jobs. Row One: Cynthia Kraft Geography-Sr. Terry Vallon Metallurgical Engineering-Sr. Row Two: Lawrence Clark Balik Chemical En ineerin -F fi? :J un ' Row One: T -A ' f . Thomas Berner M gl. ,Z ,.1 ff, 'U M History-Sr. ,gf ' 1 ili Y i , , 'iff Bob Ceccarelli W w w I 1 X Y 1 "F - x History-Sr. J -' -A J .-:': ', " i'i,l' if' ,xl .., " 5 'I I l X1 ,f'fel,"F"' .lei l i ' 1 l Row Two: Cathy Clinch History-Sr. Kathy Cooke History-F, ' Duane Cosper History-S. Row Three: Vickie D'atri History-J r. Holly Dolan History-S. Mary Sue Ferrell History-Sr. 21, S 3 ' Gerald Edwards Geology-S. Row Three: Bill Ferguson Geolog y-I r. james Fisher Geology-J r. Row Four: james Cilfillan Geology-Sr. Scott Hesse Geology-I r. 'Tl .nf 245, ,. 5 , 5 . 1 .. ' rf ll f -Y - AJ - , , 1 - , 4 - as if lf' .q- if 5 jsifiigld taxi? 3 W ,L V, Y ...... ,.. 5 ' i li H Q Histor if W1-3 1 N it Sgr! i'l'PQ . 'I ' ' f 'NJ' 'S -.J " Ty i An. it QQ x , 2 ,N I N . ,. , ,... I X W .. l I ' l l ' T . 1 l " 'r l . r l Q f . W .fl . 'ma Q ' Q - ir, 'L -4' Yxzr Row One: David Orsen Geological Engineering-F. Tim Ward Geological Engineering-Sr. Row Two: Roy Cellan Metallurgical Engineer-Sr. Richard Haddenham Metallurgical Engineer-Sr. Row Three: joseph Zigich Metallurgical Engineer-Sr. Karl Hahn Geophysics-F. Row Four: Stuart McHugh Geophysics-Sr. Curtis Melton Mining Engineering-Sr. ,QR M55 YP Z l Mining Engineering Mackay School of Mines is famous throughout the world and grads can find easy job placement. There were about 200 majors this year. Mackay Mines has its own library and the facilities of the Nevada Bureau of Mines, Nevada Mining Analytical Laboratory, the U.S. Bureau of Mines and the Center of Water Resources on campus were also used. The mines building is antiquated and for years the School has requested a move. There is speculation that engineer- ing and mining soon will merge. Studies have slowly been upgraded making mining more of a science than an art. More chemistry and math have been added to the curriculum. A chemical pollution abatement class worked last semester to find ways to provide energy with the least damage to environment. AIME CAmeri- can Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers had less than 20 active members. In addition to pro- fessional goals AIME traditionally guards the John Mackay statue during Mackay Days to prevent is being painted. This year no one bothered to try. PWR iii Row One: john Goetz History-5. Sherry Gutzwiller History-S, Marlyn Hedges History-jr. Row Two: Iacki Rice History-S. Iames Shewan History-Sr. Karen Surber History-jr, Row Three: Mary Ann Vogel History-Sr. ' ' Pamela Yaeger :ng . , History-S. - gg.. 1 ,, Tom Yaussy ' '-'- ' 1 it History-Sr. T at-if 1 sv.. 1 , iw , +V. 5, ' Q : ' :.:,f'- .- - :f Q:-Hg : , l it 1' ASW' ,. ,, , 1' 1 J- i ' it tx :P 'pw .1 ' A .. in , 1 ' - i lf ' , -A ll , 34:-" ll i l if 5 " l- . - E5 F, 2 5 1 ,, ' f ,..,, 1 I ' u 1' 1' f v A 1-f " ' .4 -fr. ' ' iw V U .- F ':f':' ' ' U f J ' 1? W' ' , "-f' , N -11 1' 1' A . L ' -I ' - :-552:-: . . 1,2 M ' V- 5'-A ' f is Psychology Joining in the rat race is somethinghnany psychology majorsihave done since the department has a maze for timing rats as part of an advanced course. One professor, Dr. Thomas Harrington, is researching physiological psychology, Working on perception. Other research concerned a chimpanzee named Wa- shoe who was taught to communicate with his foster parents iowners?l the Allen Gardners using the American sign language. Dr. Robert McQueen published the story of a rnan confined in a mental hospital for falsely diag- nosed mental retardation in Readers Digest. A large number of grants helped finance the graduate program which had 70 students and supplied extra equipment for the 200 undergraduates. Grad students participated in de- partmental decisions. While one of the traditional functions of a psychology degree is teaching many recent grads have found jobs in industry, personnel work doing effiency studies or as counselors. -Jus. Row Oneg Robert Bentley Psychology-F. Linda Dunwoodie Psychology-P. Lynn Garcia Psychology-Sr. lim Cenasci Psychology-Sr. Anne Crimson Psychology-F. Row Two: Barbara Gully Psychology-F. Richard Marston Psychology-S. Charlotte Morse Psychology-Sr. Gary Mullen Psychology-F. Dennis Phister Psychology-F. Row Three: Bruce Raabe Psychology-F. Peggy Io Reynolds Psychology-F. Diane Richardson Psychology-Sr. Gino Surian Psychology-Sr. David Weinstein Psychology-Ir. Row One: Amy Campbell Social Psychology-Sr. Row Two: Alice Kaeslin Social Psychology-S. Row Three: Ritch Van Duzer Social Psychology-jri Row Four: Donna Wicklander Social Psychology-S. Row Five: Ianet Winston Social Psychology-S. Row Six: Lorinda Harp Sociology-I r. Guy Hillyer Sociology-S. jamie Holden Sociology-S. Debi Horton Sociology-S. Clair Hughson Sociology-F. Row Seven: Ioan Jensen Sociology-F. John Lauerone Sociology-S. Susan Madison Sociology-F. Teresa Melarkey Sociology-F. Sheila Richardson Sociology-F. . I 1 P K J , S3 1 K " rug.. li eeo i it nil ' sf N i E at it xi' ,ex aria., .Wm aefyfegzi E l 4 .., i' sw S ,X l I ' ' -ll ll l 'I " -" I ll Q- ' .' I ll .' num u I - :a nu Sociology Sociology added two new faculty members, Drs. Paul Goldman and Rebecca Vreeland. A new course, the sociology of knowlege, was in the works, and the 75 majors did a great deal of interdisciplinary study. Some undergraduate research concerned abortion and religion. The use of three computer terminals was comined with statistical methods for an "applications in the social sciences" course taught for the first time. Department chairman Carl Backman revised the book Social Psy- chology, by Secord and Backman. It is one of the top 20 psychology books in the nation. The job outlook was normal for grads since a bache- lor's degree in sociology is not preparation for a job but for advanced study. "N if A ' I fl, -5 L18-F' - VSY 'Sf ' 2Slr,,, MWF UE-523k In IWIPQTB ,Hifi Row One: Janine Allison Medical Technology-S. Sandra Beecher Medical Technology-S. Cindy Corbett Medical Technology-Jr. Mary Duffin Medical Technology-S. Laurie McKaig Medical Technology-Sr. Row Two: Robert Presson Medical Technology-Sr. Debbie Rodgers Medical Technology-F. Row Three: Donna Salonsen Medical Technology-F. Patti Schuster Medical Technology-S. Row Four: lane Trigero Medical Technology-F. Lynette Watne Medical Technology-F. Nancy Wosser Medical Technology-Jr. Celeste Dickson Pre-physical Therapy-F. Steven Gomez Pre-physical Therapy-Jr. Row Five: Greg Lusk Pre-physical Therapy-Jr. Ianelle Lusk Pre-physical Therapy-Ir. jackie Mast Pre-physical Therapy-jr. Harriet Commons Pre-pharmacy-F. Tamara Thompson Pre-pharmacy-F. Al F"W"' I Social Services 84 Corrections octal services and corrections, one of the newest departments on cam- us, was established in the summer of 1969. All majors are required to ake one year of field experience, working in parole and probation agencies, he state prison or state mental hospital, a children's home, state welfare gencies, the crisis call center, with VISTA or as legislative aids. This ear 25 students participated in the program, picking their own assign- ents. New courses were added in police-community relations, super- ision in social services, and probation, parole and prison counseling. In 971, training in vocational rehabilitation will be added. Majors have more han doubled during the department's two-year life span. There were a- out 70 this year. They were represented on faculty committees by Joe line, Pam Cantrell and Raymond Dohr. Q , C-'Ts ff? Row One: Arland Barron Social Services and Corrections-Sr, Pam Cantrell Social Services and Corrections-j r. Mardell Domke Social Services and Corrections-Sr. Bettie Laird Social Services and Corrections-Sr. jim Boyle Social Services and Corrections-F. Row Two: Ianice Cotton Social Services and Corrections-Sr. Lynda Hunter Social Services and Corrections-F. Margaret Low Social Services and Corrections-Sr, Renee Nickson Social Services and Corrections-jr. Patricia Oshima Social Servicew and Corrections-Sr. Row Three: Lori Recanzone Social Services and Corrections-F. Row One: Valerie Bailey Pre-Medical-F. Dennis Baird Pre-Medical-F. Bruce Bannister Pre-Medical-S. Marty Beloso Pre-Medical-S. Craig Bohmont Pre-Medical-F. Row Two: Lola Bohrn Pre-Medical-I r. Cathy Cantrell Pre-Medical-F. Row Three: Brian Davis Pre-M eclical-P. Paul D ieringer Pre-M edical-J r. Row Four: Steven Drown Pre-Medical-P. Allen Eng Pre-Medical-1 r. Row Five: Otto R. D. France Preflviedical-F. Robert France Pre-Medical-Sr. Row Six: Greg Gibbens P re-Medical-I r. David Hansen Pre-M edical-J r. . 1 . E we-J F-in 'fs5QW':t ,.mjH,, sae as, ni ? W I we 8 . P 1 C 4? 1, .vi Inf I9-ur 1 , .sqfilfi-,. i 1 dike ' 32051 - is-14, ' " X A me . 5 O , A-Z My fgifli-3. , Q 1 1' . l o My H-'fl-'vgdgf l 5 . -rifigtiie -ret' V , N 14. Q W hge? I I jx I I n 1 B X 9 WI ' " ti 1 K ' Z' w F35 9 h ,W NR 1 I at 1, 1. P iii ,ee gl ,Lg 1 i , . .V ,. 2573 , l 1, 'Mn' -Z: is 1 4 L12 . - 1. .. - if Xi ' ' I v l C pill 1 l 'F Q . .5?:,,,'-1,.1W?j 5 rf.. L W f Health Sciences Q ' 1 Lg X?- :A T ,XFN The health sciences program was created in 1969 with plans to en- Q . . ' roll the first medical school students in a two-year course in fall, T - - - 1971. In addition to providing and retaining more doctors for Neva- ' " " da, the program trains hundreds of other students in jobs that sup- U jp l 3 f 1-ty '.'.' Q i V I 4- L..-V, i . 11 u , H ' mu iv ' 32. , , ' ' riwfsf . dp ,I-5: is ..e1W5tmw - Y 5 ' ld .,..j:-1' H A , . Q 'Q A S . port the physician. This year Dr. George Smith, dean, obtained three new faculty members-Dr. L. Matthew Bach, nationally prominent physiologist, Dr. Dan Opplernan, authority in educa- tional methodology and Dr. James Wilkerson, M.D., a pathologist. Television was implemented to bring UNR students and faculty in closer contact with patients and practitioners of Washoe Medical Center. Grants included 325,000 from a group of Reno physicians, 537,00 from Reno Cancer Center, and a S300,000 a year, 20-year pledge from Howard Hughes. Row One: Tyson Kales Pre-Medical-F. David Landis Pre-Medical-F. William Lloyd Pre-Medical-Sr. Dan McFarlane Pre-Medical-F. Craig Metzger Pre-Medical-jr. Row Two: Ron Metzger Pre-Medical-jr. Sandra Montgomery Pre-Medical-F. Marilyn Moore Pre-Medical-S. Sallie Moore Pre-Medical-F. Richard Newbold Pre-Medical-S. Row Three: Iim Patterson Pre-Medical-F. Dallas Penrod Pre-Medical Malin Prupas Pre-Medical-Sr. Christine Sweatt Pre-Medical-jr. Scott Tucker Pre-Medical-Jr. Row Four: Mike Whiddett Pre-Medical-F. joe Ayarbe Pre'Dental-F. Pam Bonaldi Pre-Dental'S. Tom Doherty Pre-Dental-J r. john Enloe Pre-Dental-F. Row Five: Michael Fisher Pre-Dental-Sr. Tom Fountain Pre-Dental-S. Ron Heinen Pre-Dental-Sr, Joe Hollen Pre-Dental-F. Bob Locke Pre-Dental-1 r. Row Six: Allan Jensen Pre-Dental-S. Monte Neugebaur Pre-Dental-5. Linda Pardini Pre-Dental-F. Greg Powning Pre-Dental-Sr. Charles Ross Pre-Dental-S. Row One: Carolyn Balzar Arts and Science Undeclared-S. Sam Basta Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Teresa Benson Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Stan Bent Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Larry Bernard Arts and Science Row Two: leanne Brennan Arts and Science Undeclared-Sr. Dennis Brown Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Sara Burma Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Marnell Chapman Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Pam Bordon Arts and Science Undeclared-I r. Undeflamd-l Y' Row Three: Craig Chip Arts and Science U ndeclared-F. Kim Christensen Arts and Science U ndeclared-P. Row Four: Brenda Cravath Ar ts and Science U ndeclared-S. Libby Crowner Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Row Five: Vida Dietz Arts and Science U ndeclared-F. Robert Eikelberger Arts and Science U ncleclared-F. ROW Six: Row Seven: Karla Ekmaf' Gail Giavia Arts and Science Arts and Science U ndeclafedf ' U ndeclared-F. 5C0'tFa"df'ld Richard Gildone Arts and Science Arts and Science Uf1deClal'Edi5. Undeclared-P. Gary Faulshch Mary Beth Godd Arts and Science Arts and Science U ndedaredf' U ndeclared-S. Mary Gabfldll Michelle Haines Arts and Science Arts and Science U ffdedaredi' U ndeclared-F . A1162 Gamte Linda Henderson Arts and Science Arts and Science U ndeclafeds' U ndeclared-P. Row One: Robert Henningsen Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Debbie Hieber Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Ardisjacobsen Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Cynthiajohnson Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Bill King Arts and Science Undeclared-Ir. Row Three: Steve Pagano Arts and Science Undeclared-J r. Cathryn Pappas Arts and Science Undeclared-F. jane Peterson Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Marc Pieratt Arts and Science Undeclared-Ir. Barri Pivnick Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Row Five: Paula Rutherford Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Anna Shoclcley Arts and Science Undeclared-S. Patti Smith Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Sally Soli Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Susan Soli Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Row Two: Mike Kirkland Arts and Science Undeclared-S. jill Krause Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Danny Lawrence Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Glen Martin Arts and Science Undeclared-Sr. Steve Nishiguchi Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Row Four: Ian Puhl Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Iudy Redding Arts and Science Undeclared-S. Patty Redding Arts and Science Undeclared-I3. Greg Roush Arts and Science Undeclared-S. jackie Roush Arts and Science Undeclared-Sr, Row Six: Sherry Straine Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Curt Sydenham Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Rick Trachok Arts and Science Undeclared-F. Diana Trevor Arts and Sciences Undeclared-jr. Elsi Tuomola Arts and Science Undeclared-Sr. Row Seven: Otis Turner Arts and Science U ndeclared-F . Ann Vieille Arts and Science U ndeclared -F. Kay Wade Arts and Science Undeclared-S. Mary Zaugg Arts and Science U ndeclared-S. fi J I ' 1 sie ri ' ft ..'-1 - L Mi XJ . T XX r R f Ili-- .,. :V c S A x auryfun ii ?i 1 1 -::': 'li 1 the 11e i . v W. 1-' T ',,, : '! fm-Ii A grit.: ' f .1 Wig "-jk -it " ,Ste Q S " l HHH?-. 4 t F1 "1 1 I. I. 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W mi? -gn I , V vw 'iw Av. -w ' 3 '11 adult students W and a new "alcohol-allowed" policy for Y A 2,3 Q NYE HALL Kenneth Achurra Rosanna Aguirre Karen Alexander Edward Allen Willis Allen Janine Allison Manuel Alverez Joseph Amodio Laurie Anderson Pat Anderson Basil Antonopoulos Richard Aranguena Richard Arbib Edward Arobio John Arobio Clelie Arroyo Roger Auer Colleen Austin Diane Axell Djalai Babazadeh Joan Baker Nora Baker William Baker Mel Baleson Thomas Banks Roger Barnes Vernon Barnes Jack Barratt Louie Baze M arshall Behling Sharon Bell Mike Bellino James Benedict Teresa Benson William Bernard Joseph Betti Frank Bianchi Allen Bitter Bruce Bitter David Blanton Craig Bohmont Denise Bondy Paul Bonicelli Nancy Bonnici Robyn Bowman John Bradford Daniel Brady Brandford Richard Brandt Timothy Brantner Teague Breslin Thomas Breslin Louis Breznikar Gayle Brosemer Dennis Brown Larry Brown Wendy Brown Maryann Broyles Fred Bruecher Linda Brunnell Patrick Bryant Charles Buller Davis Bullwinkle John Bunch Mary Burnham Jo Burris Suzanne Bussiere Barbara Butler Janene Byrne Kathryn Cafalas Susan Calkins Christopher Call Nan Callender Anne Canevari Paul Cardinal Jean Cardini Delos Carpenter Richard Carter Nye Hall Residents Ed Casey Cathy Catti Donald Cecich Catherine Ceragioli Linda Cerutti Jared Chaney Melody Charles Joe Chevreaux Martha Chevreaux Lisa Chiochetti Darlene Christensen Mark Clabaugh Luther Clary Connie Clausen Michael Cleveland Alison Cole Marguerite Collins Harriet Commons Christopher Connally Brett Connelly Janice Copple Lucinda Corbin Susan Corcoran John Cor ser Janette Cosens D uane Cospar Carol Coufal Kenneth Covert Alison Cox Deborah Crenshaw Arthur Crocker Billy Crowe Carol Crowley Steve Culbertson Cunningham Gregory Daft Jerrold Dahien Junko Danao Edward Davis John Dayton David deLaveage Liz DeMarco Sally Denton Dawn D iehi John Diehl M arilyn Dietz Chalrner Dillard Diane Dishman Steven Donahue Michael Doughty Jan Doxey Kevin D oxey Kathleen Drago Annette Dressler Kenneth Dressler John Drew Katherine Duisenberg Kris Dybas Mary Eaton Lori Echevarria Anthony Edge Karen Edge Minnie Edmundson John Elkins Dana Elwell Richard Ensele William Etchemendy Robert Eubank Steven Fain Clyde Fairley William Faulstich Russel Fields Marty Filippini Annette Fine Barry Fisher James Fisher Dave Fitsimmons Glenn Fitzgerald Leslie Flint Jeanne Foley Scott Foley Caroline Ford James Forman Karen Forrest Forrest Fox M ark Frady Katherine Frasher Judy Frojen Kim Frost Dana Gabica Mary Gabrielli William Gallagher Becky Gano Jeanne Hartland Darcie G ates Vernon Gazaway Toni Geering Linda George Christine Gerhard Daniel Getts Gail Giavia Christine Gilbert William Giles Norman Gill John Goetz Edward Gondolfo Toy Gong Wendy Goodin M ark Granucci Kurt Gravenhorst Bruce Greene Paul Gregoire Paul Grevich Toni Groom Gail Guetersloh Cynthia Gunn Jennifer Guthrie Kenter Heberle James Haddan Ernest Haenggi Karl Hahn Linda Hammer Gale Hansen William Harland Reece Harper Kenneth Harriman Stephen Harris D onna Hart Jack Hart Janet Harvey M arsha Hause Tari Heacox M ary Heard M ark Heckman Daniel Hedges Judy Heller Dennis Hellwinkel Sally Helmstetter Edward Henderson Jerald Hepworth John Heuer Dwight Hibdon Craig Hill Janet Hill Kathleen Hite Shelley Hodgen Dale Hoffman Ken Hooper Dan Hoover Jeanne Hoskins Daniel Howe John Howland David Hubbard Victoria Huff Clair Hughson Jeffrey Hull Kaye Hutchison John Hyatt Rhoda Hyde Mary lsetta Judith Jackson Terrey Jackson M arcia Jannette D on Jenkins Robert Johnson Sandra Johnson Dennis J ones D uane Jones Addison Jordan Michael Jordan Allen Judd Howard Julson Gary Kammerer Joseph Kapler Sunny Kelly Stephen Kent Brady Keresey Brandon Kett David Kimmich Lauralee King Shannon King Sue Kinney Karen Kling John Klodie Wayne Knerr Bonnie Knight Charles Kornbau Demos Koutsoulis James Kulik Barbara Kves John Lace Stephen Landaker D onal Langley Darby Lannom Cynthia Larsen Michelle LeYeau Rona Lee Steve Lehman M argaret Leisek Michelle Leonard Eric Leonhardt Missy Lewis Mark Libente Richard Limb Katherine Lipe Virginia Lipscomb Richard Livingston Michael Long Vicki Lopresti John Louth Janice Ludden Richard Lundblad Kip Lybarger Allen Lynch Arlyn Maffi David Magaw Paul Mahrholz Debbi Malin James M allery Jeffrey Malley Molly M aloney Barbara Marchick John Marteney Carlisle Martial Brian M artinent Sally Marvel Rob Mastroianni Jon Mathis Sue Maus William May Kent Mayer Jamie McCarty Jean McClendon Bradford McDonald Richard McFarland Daniel McGillis Laurie McHatton Sally M cLellan Bonny McNair Carl Meibergen Michael Melner Sherrie Menath Bruce Merritt Bette Michalotti Nancy Miller Roy Miller Stephen Mohorovich joseph Manfaicone Don Moore Sarah Moore lan Morehead Terry Moul james Hudd Eric Muehl M ark Mueller Andrea Murphy Linda Nagy lacquelynn Namle Louann Nannini Neal Nesbitt Linda Noble Michael Nojirna Susan North Susan Nuetzel Robert Nylen Catherine O'Brien jim Oller Richard Orphan David Orsen Peter Pagliaroli Linda Pardini Van Patterson Wayne Patterson Richard Paulsen James Payne Timothy Pendill M ark Perlman Len Peters Nancy Peterson Clyde Phillips Marsha Pike Barrett P ivnick Ioel Ploscowe Frank Polichio Bernard Ponte Virginia Porter William Postle Michael Pressman Robert Pressman M alin Prupas Gail Ramasco Barbara Raymond Dennis Reese Therese Reilley Janet Rice Sally Rice Diana Richard son Gary Righettini William Roberts Charles Robertson Kenneth Robertson Sylvia Rockwood Ted Rodarte Robert Rodda Gerald Ross Iody Rowland jewelene Ryan Daniel Rygel Lisa Sabatini Robert Sackett Penelope Saddler Iohn Salisbury Sharon Sanford james Santa Earl Sato Roxanne Sayad Chuck Schafer Craig Scheffel Leland Scholey Susan Schumacher M arcia Scilacci Charlene Scott John Scurfield Reed Secord Gordon Seiberlich Rose Serianni Michael Sevon Velda Shaby jeffrey Shaver jon Shearer Alan Siegle Constance Simpson Ieffry Skelton Roy Skill Virginia Smith Robert Smith Kathy Smrekar Miles Sorenson Laurel Spencer Rochelle Speyer Virginia Spirup Susan Starmar Ray Stechman james Stevenson Ann Stilson Nite Stonestreet Michael Stouder Iohn Strandberg Peter Strom Timothy Sullivan Paul Sutherland Paul Sylvia Brian Taber G uy Tanaka Neil Thomas Robert Thomas Marbry Thorne john Townley Patricia Townsend Lynn Travers Timothy Treichelt Patty Trent M ark Ullrich Stanley Ulvin Rex Urich Katie Urlaub Barbara Vanaman Nola Vargas Ann Vielle Delbert Wallis Michael Wylie jeffrey Waltz Brooke Weber David Weisbart Andrew Wermes Robert Wester Nancy Wheeler Christine Whitcome Geoffrey White Jerome White Mark White Collin Winans jacob Wiskerchen Garry Wohlgemuth David Wood Deborah Woolf Robert Workman john Wright Randal Wright Stewart Wyland Howard Wylie Aaron Young Anne Zeppettini Sarah Zerfoss DR- V 'Dj There were gatherings. . 1jl1 Y .--,il af 'Cl- 'T ., "' "M-Qfw,,, ,.-Y ' -2 :xx--,ss .- . ,.:, Q, .. 5 F -7l:ff.:i:- I N,-,.: -4 ,ff .A -,. -J, .gl T ,. ,,,u..fv- " .. . - ..: ' I , ff'--r .-,nv 'Q ,. . , l 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Y- vw, , aj - - -3 I A ii' '+:",0f'f' , -"Q , n, ' . Q. f J Guam... Q A esidents lly Burma, Sherry Straine, Jane Klotz, Marie Si- onson, Mary Pfaff, Judith Clemison, Marty Her- ndez, Jeanette Jones, Nancy Listen, Virginia Smith. urth row: Marilyn Hedges, Mary Lynn Anthony, verly Hedgecock, unknown, Margaret Low, Nan- tte Triplett, Frances Hellwinkle, Sandra Beecher, orena Grazzini, Joanne Snyder, Linda Kerestisi, Q7 rolCypher. P Ji 9'-1 , i , J? 'Q'-! ' T. .' .4 , li'-T i, .3 ' , . 36 ligll M la. . ef - ' 'f "'- ' . - " We pei- ,,. , ,1-K J, ii '3 E , will W ' if F Q, 2 K f il ,f ,No 'SA 98 Q-F' Lincol First row, seated, left to right: jerry Smelts, Ioe Ki tack, Cib Gardner. Standing, Moke McGowan, I Hanson, Tom Foley, Al Verstuyfs, Barry Fisher. S- ond row: Pete Saunders, jerry jerrems, Roger Perei Mike Kozimko, Rich Paille. Third row: Ben Valver Alber Wigcher, Kelly Chase, Karl Walquist, K Knecht, Kipp Knorr, Bill Meagher. Fourth row: Ge Edwards, Ken Taylor, Mickey Luca, Neil Solom -. W X guuwz sm, A , . ru, - , , 6.4- , yf Ll- 21 fx v ' 'W . s' ii? gp, .. g i' 4:21 s , ' Q- if., 'V Y Q gifts atii A Q X fins, ii .gb NS, avtig' J 'x I I C ' T' L mi l 1 Y i V f 1 1 , , . su ' 1 '- all Residents rol Dupuis, Doug Greminger, Wer Dela Cruz, cques Lafratt, Art Wagner. Fifth row: Bob Edwards, ii 51-. ll '- , nj , V. '. t 1 in. i ,Wi Ci i.'.' '- an Zig , , N 4 4 ,ai . Q--4' J S xkiz if gif, 2.1 Tig . .,- ,, ' ii , , 1 fe, in ,,, E H ii, ,A "Ease, L, 41.5 W, in M 3 tt- W, H 5 i, .Li Q-E? ,K it 1 ., VJ' . . J' s ii" ix ,, LL . . f ei 1 V' " Y f 1 nu., M gi M vcr- i t M it he ick Seher, Steve Deming, unknown, Dennis Andrews, b Pickett, Curtis Terry, Tom Stashak, Greg Benson, rry Rose, Lou Dupuis, Steve Shuss, Berni Snyder, sty Shipman, Mike Beatie, Chuck Andrus. On his ther's shoulders, back row: Mike Dupuis. 99 White Pine John Adams Laurie Albirght M artha Allen Tom Altenreuther Bryan Althaus Kevin Anderson Neal Artz Louis Ash D onna Backus Terry Badger Debra Bartley Eugene Baumann Robert Baxter Tamara Bently Frank Bickner Pamela Bishop Charles Blade Randel Block Roger Bolstad Brent Bolton Robert Brown Frank Caravella James Chivers Steve Conley William Cooper David Coulson Charlotte Craun Jerry Crockett Christine Cuthbertson Laurie Cuthbertson G. Wesley Davis James D ay Steve Del Masso Chalmer Dillard Paul Dimick Kathy Downey Billy Barnhardt Frank Falcioni Carl Ferrin Candy Filice Harry Fletcher M anzanita Hall Ann Ashton Dale Austin Kathleen Beatty Pamela Beeghly Lee Belarde Beth Bokelmann Sharon Brown Debbie Bryant Isabel Burton Sandra Caietti Nancy Canvin Theresa Chesarek Elaine Churchill M ary Clark Cathy Copper Pamela Collins Chris Coombs Nancy Copenhagen Constance Cordain Andrea Cornelius Nicola D ahlberg Gloria Dickinson Lois Diconti Kathleen Dinwiddie Rai Drew Kathleen English Diane Erguiaga Sydney Fisher JoAnn Forman White Pine Hall Residents Richard Francis John Fuhring Eileen Galloway Merle Gardner Ronald Garrison Raymond Gates Joseph Gildone M argaret Grewell Everett Gustin Susan Hase Clifford Heitz Raul Hernandez Lee Hoffman Kenneth Holbert Dolores Horton Constance Huskey John Jackson Glen Jobe Bill Johnson Bob Kempf Jerry Kerby Alice Kingdon Joe Kaschalk Gerald Labay Robert Larsen Paul Lyon M aureen M ahoney Su san M argetts Alfred Marsten Douglas Martin Larry M ay Taylor McKeeman Russell McMullen Linda Meredith Shannon M oon Earnest O'Leary Henry O'Mally Robert Oxoby Christina Packard M erritt Paice Charles Patterson Carole Perkins John Pfeirfer Manzanita Hall Residents Shirley Frank Su san Frank Jayne Hamilton Carolyn Hansen Nancy Hickok Dale Hilbebrandt Jeanne Hinners Nancy Huneke Virginia Jacobsen Catherine Jerrens Lynn Johnson Cherie J ones Linda Kerestesi Laurie Larson Cynthia Leslie Debra Lynam Linda MacLean Marianne Malkiewicz Maurie Manning Cynthia Martin Virginia Martin Julie Martinson Patti McCoy Su san M cElroy M cfadden Linda McMurry Cynthia McWhorter Janice Merchant M arta Moschetti Sandra Musse Bonnie Olin Tom Pickrell D aniel Pinkerton Ronald Polk Michael Pullen Nancy Redd ing Leland Reymers Jimmie Ross Antonio Sanchez Carole Sanchez Elgil Sanne Paul Schaale Bruce Seal Mary Serrano Elizabeth Small Gordon Speltz Susan Stenjem Phil Stubblefield Charles Suarez Clair Summner M ark Su tliff G reg Tanner John Thiessen Timothy Thurber Barry Trabing Elsi Tuomola Nola Vargas Richard Vaughn Peter Visalli Ronald Wade Michael Waldon James Webster M artl-ra Webster John Wilcock Paul Wilford Marc Williams Terry Wisda Michael Wojcik Lynda Wolever Daniel Woodworth Andre Worley Bernard Zunino Darlene Oxoby M ary Paine Leslie Palmer JoEllen Perkins Juliane Prechter Vickie Pursel Sheila Richardson Constance Russell Nancy Sbiagia Nancy Scanlon Claudia Schulz Victoria Seacrest Jean Simas Sara Smith Joanne Snyder Jackalyn Sorlien M ary Staley Karen Stangland Judy Taylor Kathleen Timko Stella Tom Deborah Tracy Jean Turner Leslie Vicks Wendy Voorhees M ayla Walcutt Kim Williams Joanne Wood Paula Yelle Carolyn Zinn and quiet times alone i Nevada Greeks-a growing system' By Tina Miller The fraternity and sorority system is on its way out. It has outlived its usefulness and should be abolished. When did you last hear such a remark? Did you agree or were you frustrated by your inability to defend the system? Were you able to support its ideals? If youlre still unsettled on your viewpoint, read on. Despite comments that the A songfest at leisure-time finds Gamma Phi Beta members gathered roud the piano. From left, Karen Harris, Chris Hummel, Chris Yates, Ian Sherman, Joanne Simp- son, Debbie Siri and Mary Ann Mayton. 102 Greeks can't exist much longer, nationally their membership heeps growing stronger. In the last five years more than 600 new fraternity and sorority chapters have been established on US. and Canadian cam- Jr an outdated tradition? puses. Seventy new men's groups and 50 new women's groups are added each year. -The total membership in the eUnited States alone is 7,500,000 A third of these persons have been initiated in the last six years. But unlike years ago the frater- nal system today must compete or compromise with many out- side forces. Robert Kinney, dean of men, recalls "It just used to be the thing to do when you entered college. Greeks seemed to enjoy more freedom than the average student. They could get away with more pranks. " Then came the budding Civil Rights movement of the Sixties with which so many students Getting together for the annual mother-daughter tea are, from left, Kappa Alpha Thetans Karen Kess, Gail Ramasca, Susan Kelley, Mothers' Club President Mrs. Tucker, KAT President, Jeanne Bergevin and Mrs. Boudwin. 103 identified. It wasn't cool to be Greek anymore. More and more students stopped accepting the selectivity of the system. They wanted to do their own thing. Residence halls were con- structed and students flocked out of the Greek houses. Today the climates where Greeks can flourish must be more selective. "There must be something spe- cial at Nevada," Dean Kinney said, "because national coun- cils keep sending representa- tives to see about possible ex- tensions." The most evident difference Greeks must cope with is the type of enrolling for higher ed- ucation around the country to- day. He has a questioning at- titude, is more aware of his surroundings, more involved with current issues. How has Nevada met this change? "Freshmen are hungry for knowledge. If you don't offer them anything they lose inter- est and leave," Dean Barnes said. "Today's Greek system is designed to encourage scholar- ship, leadership opportunities, and growth toward good citizen- ship. It creates a sense of be- longing, inspires high standards of conduct. "If we can't answer to their why's, then we may as well close our doors, " Cheryl Walker, Pi Beta Phi president, said. Yet several independents inter- viewed by the Artemisia point- ed to expenses of fraternal liv- ing, rejected traditional hell week nonsense, and insisted while there may not be any minority clauses in the local chapter rules, minority mem- berships have been pretty sparse, if existent at all. Still, UNR fraternal member- ship has remained consistent over the past three years-be- tween 650 and 700. In 1968 there were six fraternities and four sororities. Now they number seven and six. There is a growing segment of married, graduate, and upper- class transfer students on cam- pus. 'These people obviously arenlt interested in what the Greeks have to offer," Dean Barnes said. " What then do the Nevada Greeks thrive on? Location is one factor favoring them. It helps to be a little removed from major zones of student unrest such as theBay Area. UNR is separated from the big Cal colleges in another way, too Berkeley, like many other large universities, is only admitting a thousand freshmen 104 each fall. Years ago that num ber was considered a good turn out for Berkeleyls rush season "It's rather difficult for Greek to function with these statis tics," Dean Barnes said. "Na turally when you cut the mai source there won't be much re sponse. But as a liberal art school, we encourage freshme enrollment. U Still, there have been change, at UNR, too. Greeks are prob ably stronger now than year ago. This strength comes fro their unity. The houses realiz this is the one way they wil survive. "There doesn't seem to be muc rivalry between houses an more. It has mellowed out tre rnendouslyf' Mike Melarky, former ATO president, said Both Reno Panhellenic and th Inter-Fraternity Council, gov erning bodies of all Greek-lette organizations, are working har to strengthen this unity. "Ther is more group effort, more all Greek activities and projects, Lorinda Harp, Tri-Delt presi dent, said. A city Panhellenic member Mrs. Harry Holman, said th groups can't afford to be agains each other. "There is too muc outside competition. " At Easter-time 619711 Greek jointly volunteered to raise money for the Easter Seal So- ciety. At Christmas, several sororities and fraternities helped underprivileged chil- dren enjoy a better holiday. An all-Greek food drive is con- ducted annually for the needy Reno families. Money is raised for crippled children's groups, the heart fund, the cancer so- ciety, and muscular dystrophy. Money made from the Mackay Town booths last spring was donated towards books for the University library because the institution's budget did not allot requested funds. Greeks participated in the May Walk for Development from Reno to Carson City. Pam Robertson, president of the new Lambda Delta Sigma chapter, organized the anti-hunger drive. Dean Kinney said "we aren't encouraging the nationals to reeks participated in a number of und-raising drives, including Lamba hi Alpha. Vice President Gary Dam- acher drops a coin in one of the Easter eal cannisters, held by Jim Mancuso. CA distributed the cannisters to busi- ess houses in Reno, then picked them p at the close of the drive. organize chapters in Reno right now, but Phi Delta Alpha came on in 1969 and Alpha Chi O- mega affiliated in I970." The Mormon church also estab- lished their Greek groups, Lambda Delta Sigma and Sig- ma Gamma Chi, at UNR this year. "These new groups have in- spired more all-Greek involve- ment. They have been wel- comed with open arms," Molly Morrissey, a sorority member, said. "Alpha Chi Gmega is the 'Now Generation' They don't have the so-called traditional hang- ups. They have caused alot of the houses really to delve into their programs, .straighten out weak points, end outdated traditionsfl Cheryl Walker, Pi Phipresident, said. Eut is this the image Greeks have on campus? Independents often view them as stereotype. "It doesn't appeal to me. I always see them as a group of giggling Girl Scouts," "They're a clique and if you aren't a part, they can't talk to you, " Terrie Read, said. Philip Klink, ex-fraternity man, feels "alot of my individual success can be attributed to fraternity opportunities. I ap- preciate what they did for me. But my interests lie out of the house now." "The Greek system far sur- passes any orientation program at the Universityf, Sheila Rich- ardson, freshman, commented. "It is especially good for an out- of-state student. "It aids you in adjusting to new responsibilities. It is a guide- line in developing study hab- its, I' Sara Smith added. This, however, is a two-way road. Many independents com- plained the University doesn't offer much social life for non- Greeks. "If you don't care for what they offer but want to be involved in some type of organization, you can't find it here," a junior Manzanita dorm resident said. "I'm not really that thrilled about the ideals of the Greek system,-if there are any at all," a graduate student, said. "But if we didn't have them on campus to participate and make what little activities there are, there would be absolutely noth- ing to this University. " Some independents questioned the right of ranking Greeks to judge the morals, conduct, and friends of pledges and other members. "When I arrived at college I didn't feel I needed this super- vision. It seemed just like home, " Bettye Settle, explained. "I came to learn a few things on my own, to make it without someone always telling me what to do and when to do it. 'I Some Greeks leave the group because the whole idea of house obligations and restrictions stiffles their sense of individ- uality after a while. 106 I had so many other things I was involved in and house ob- ligations took more time than I anticipated," Rebecca Johns, an ex-sorority girl, said. "My interests changed after three years. Everything seemed insignificant to me," Cathy Bryan, said. But Denise Gallues, Kappa Al- pha Theta president, counters, "It's pretty difficult to say too much is imposed upon you. There aren't many things man- datory in the individual houses anymore. There are short meet- ings, limited activities. We had study tables, but abolishedy those. You come to what youl have time for and what you, want." l What will cause the downfall of the Nevada Greek system- if there is one in sight? A few years back when Theta Chi fraternity folded, many critics saw this as the beginning of the Greek tragedy. "Theta Chi's problems came from within. They ceased to care as a group," Dean Kinney said. "It's the lazy Greeks, groups that aren't willing to change with the times, that have gone under. Other failures stem from ultra-conservative alumni who have too much to say in house policies. " Alpha Tau Omega A it D1 . e, A ,A "?r521'iff"'f""'n?i7f' "Mis ' I , -, ,QWCQ Q1 . a -e mem - '- 'v , ,FN"4.1,3'T7Y Y -, ,711 HILL ' al. 7:3435 ff,-W - , V f. alll H- . L. -as C2 "-:S 'FP 'H JL rom top left: Dan Armstrong, Bruce Bannister, Edward Basta, oe Burns, Mike Burns, Robert Byrne, Robert Colburn, Gerry Thomas Dempsey, Eric Dickenson, Lou Doyle, Faulstich, Bill Felices, Steven Calantuomini, jeff Guild, teve Hamilton, Guy Hillyer, Daniel Horton, Gary Johnston, 'D' Danny Lawrence, Bob LeCoy, Leo Mahoney, Michael Marley, john Marvel, Rick Marvel, Tom Montague, Creighton Nady, Bob Olds, Dod Pitman, Paul Quilici, Oscar Snyder, Harry Wright. 107 Chi il-1 AX From top left: Janine Allison, Janice Anderson, Diana Brin- ley, Harriet Commons, Jackie Cook, Barby Cullom, Susan Davis, Vida Dietz, Joan Haskell, Debi Horton, Marcy Janette, Cynthia Johnson, Deborah Re- nee Johnson, Kelsey Kahan, Bonnie Knight, Susan Krough, Jamee Landaburu, Annette Lo- brouich, Martha Mitchell, Jac- quelynn Namle, Judy Redding, Dawne Rice, Debbie Rodgers, Susan Stenehjem, Anne Stew- art, Francia Trout, Kay Wade, Janet Winston. Alpha Omega Alpha Delta A From top left: Bob Ceccarelli, Ion Dewey, Tim Doty, Wil- liam Gallagher, Alan Glover, Glenn Goza, Robert Henn- ingsen, Lloyd Kegney, Bob Locke, Michael Lott, Allan Mandell, Chris McKenna, Mark Meiser, Stephen Moss, Ron Olsen, Bob Peck, Greg Roush, Richard Stark, David Weinstein, Bob Whittemore, Steven Wooden. Delta Delta Delta '. From top left: Edie Atwell, Dale Austin, Carolyn Bal- zar, Carolyn Basta, Chris- tina Batjer, Brenda Baxter, Pam Bonaldi, Robyn Bow- man, Debbie Bryant, Kathy Carter, Petrea Christensen, Bonnie Connolly, Carol Cooke, Kathy Cooke, Sue Coonley, Heidi Crofoot, Cristy Culberg, Audrea Dieringer, Holly Dolan, Annette Dressler, Diane Durham, Eileen Emerson, Patricia Fagan, Kris Frant- zen, Donna Cerwin, Bar- bara Gibbs, Sylvia Cuidici, Wendy Goodin, Barbara Cruenewald, Carol Gullick- son. 3,11 NN F, 'wir - -J 42, 4,4 C., Q N., lv-Y -. 17:7 Q52 -ol AAA rom top left: Lynne Hall, Lorinda Harp, Linda Henderson, oslyn Herz, Debbie Hieber, Vickie Huxtable, Ardelle john- on, Cathy Kelly, jane Land, Sheryl Landing, Margie Lappin, am Lear, jackie Leonard, Debby Lumkes, Arlyn Maffi, Sharla arriage, jamie McCarty, Alyson McKeegan, Colleen Mc- eown, Sherry McNair, Kathy Meiser, Sherrie Menath, Nancy ill 3 -.I Miles, Carol Millard, Laura Murph, Norie Neddenriep, Marja Nelson, Catherine Oppio, Loraine Oppio, Linda Pardini, Kath- leen Reese, Andrea Rosaschi, Sandra Snelling, Sue Starmer, Terry Steele, Diane Stone, Iudy Thomas, Stephanie Tieber, Terry Tieber, Noel Tyler, Meg Verberkmoes, Mary Vlautin, Cynthia Walker. 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E715 BLU 'J' Lgf ll J y .:. , l lt r 1' 3 4 .. ,. t in From top left: Nora Hancock, Karen Harris, Sue Huff, Clair Hughson, Christine Hummel, Tonia Karagosian, Karen Kellison, Susan Kemmerle, Terri Likes, Susan Madison, Marianne Mayton, Anne McCulloch, Madge McLeskey, Cindy McWhor- ter, Marylin Miller, Marilyn Moore, Sallie Moore, Sharon Morgan, Nancy Mott, joan Nelson, Cynthia Pyzel, Brenda Reid, janet Rice, Diane Richardson, Bobetta Robertson, Kathy Ross, Ian Sherman, Janice Simpson, Debbie Siri, Carol Smith, Sheryl Stoddard, janet Thompson, Jeanette Titlow, Sheila Twichell, Margaret Vogel, ludy White, Mary Williams, Chris Yates. ll3 Kappa Alpha Theta From top left: Terry Audrain, Colleen Austin, Charlene Baker, Ioan Baker, Bonni Barredo, Marty Beloso, jean- ne Bergevin, Carole Brennan, Mari Kay Calabria, Lynd Carpenter, Mona Concha, Brenda Cravath, Gail Doyle Elaine Elder, Leslie Farias Jody Fettic, Linda Forman Denise Gallues, loanne Ge zelin, Gail Giavia, Mary Bet Goddard, Gayle Griswald Barbara Gulley, Nancy Heck man, Susan Heringer, jane Hill, Karen Isola, Paula john son, Nancy Kelley, Susa Kelley. '6 rd , f 'Qi . , -J ll Wit 1 KAGJ rom top left: Debbie Kent, Debbie Kimmerling, Virginia Lips- omb, Lauri Long, Laurie McKaig, Marty Mearns, Margaret onsanto, Johanna Muller, Sue Myers, Bonnie Olin, Darlene xoby, Cathryn Pappas, Debbie Parke, Mardelle Petersen, ina Phelps, Gail Ramasco, Lori Recanzone, Patty Redding, eggy Jo Reynolds, Nancy Sawyer, Joanne Schaefer, Julie Rae Schulz, Cheri Smith, Janet Spooner, Norrie Stocking, Sherry Straine, Brenda Tedford, Pam Tieslaw, Ardea Trapletti, Jeanne Trigero, Susan Trigero, Leslie Ellen Tucker, Jackie Vice, Mi- chele Wallace, Lynette Watne, Michelle Willis, Valerie Wills, Denise Woods, Nancy Wosser, Mary Zaugg. H5 Lamba Chi Alpha From top left: Alfred Abrahamsen, Tim Alpers, Howard Arcularius, jim Bar- redo, Arland Barron, Brent Begley, Larry Bernard, Stewart Brent, Larry Burton, Chris Cammack, Bill Christensen, Thom Collins, Dave Cowden, Doug Cleary, Steve Cloyo, Gary Dambacher, Gregg Damm, Steve Degnan, George: Del Carlo, jerry Echevarria, Steve Ed- gar, Allen Eng, Larry Etter, Tim Pair- weather, Phillip Frank. - xr-f AXA rom top left: Steve Frank, Bruce Predrickson, Robert Fry, ike Gilbert, Fred Gladding, james Handy, lim Hickey, Gary higgeri, Bryce Hobbs, Sean Howard, jeffrey Ianke, Alan ightlinger, Mark Kruse, John Landa, jim Mancuso, Steve cBride, Scott Meaker, Mike Miller, Bart Mowry, Brad Nor- ton, Reese Perkins, Dante Pistone, Charles Safford, Iohn Schlarb, Rusty Shipman, Ion Springmeyer, Mark Stevens, Michael VanHorn, Kenny Ward, Steve Watson, Robert Wie- land, john Winston. 117 From top left: Charlene Baker, Andrea Dieringer, Mary Kay Calbria, Lottie Craw- ford, Linda Mood, Marilyn Miller, Pam Yager, Sue Huff, Sue Heringer, Sue Kelly, Diane Richardson, Nancy Kelley, Pam Weber, Patti Schuster, Sue Starme, Cyndi Walker, Mary Vlautin, Dorothy Bartorelli, Dee Chapman, Carol Millard. 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Ill Illllll Blue Key Service Organization for IVIen Blue Keys pose with their advisors at the club's annual banquet. Advisors are Dr Don Driggs, seated second from left, and Dean of Men Bob Kinney, at Driggs' left Id.IIl-ll.llIQlLIlIllI III! 129 'wfar x 1 W , t N 'ii' 1 1 Q 'if 1 lM...1'. Q ,,mwyf,.gg,,g it ,. 1' 4' :vu x 4- l 5 E g5r 3, :QI W! WJ , H- B . J -.A Q, A 1 l i :itil ',- 13 X, . A, ll, "' L, 0 iatiiiii i T 1 ,-in-NAEHH-.M V . E, , Q 'ft gf ' , .,.,. . eps' 'Q .,.,.:. z wt -A ,Tax 'x 1' 'fi'-"inf ' 'H Y f Prom top left: Edie Atwell, Carolyn Basta, Kathe Berning, Chris Cuth- bertson, Freida Del Pappa, Pilar Escobar, Mary Sue Ferrell, Karen Freeman, Donna Cerwin, Diana Gift, Ann Haglund, Lynne Hall, Io Anne Hellman, Delynn Higley, Tonia Karagosian, Susan Kem- merle. Sagens Women's U ppercla ss Service Society From top left: lane Land, Helen Lorant, lanelle Lusk, Delia Martinez, Margaret Monsanto, Charlotte Morse, Linda Moss, Johanna Muller, Catherine Op- pio, Helen Rasmussen, Drucilla Rossi, Mary Sauer, Carol Smith, Pat Stark, Brenda Tedford. 130 , , rt vf , f at Getting ready to give a Christmas party for elementary school children in the ASUN-Campus Y tutoring program. ii , 5 fr li Y f-A9 -!., , 'v-VIC ' 'QI Spurs Sophomore Women's lui ,lli i l , From top left: Charlene Baker, Dorothy Bartorelli, Mary Ellen Cain, Carmen Castle, Mella Dee Chapman, Susie Corlett, Marie Eng, Shirley Forman, Tina Cerwin, Bar- bara Gibbs, Leta Gifford, Deidre Grulli, Roslyn Herz, Nancy Kelley, Connie Landa, Diana Richardson, Debbie Silveria, Judy Thomas, janet Thompson, Brooke Weber, judy White, Mary Zaugg. , E Eg, V, 3 l W , I National Service ' i izy, G 'b O rga nlza tl o n 1 igflk. ll I ll MM . gd, i .A I EH W Q ,,:,' V w il l Selling a Carnation to President N. Edd Miller during 1970 Homecoming' fes- tivities. ll., 'lax ! fl-'0'i ge'-4-ff 'lx EVE fi Students with special interestsfrorn pa rachuting to politics were represented on campus. Some formed highly organized groups-others fu notioned loosely. Spitand Chew F l f gh C sco Kimbrough, less Smith, Bogart cuso. Back row: Frreerr k Ih T t F l P IN l d D t h H C ff Riley, Otto Schweizer, Lyle Man- Ole Olin,D.C. Paw g S k yR h Returned from a Christmas tree hunt are Spit and Chew mem- Smith, jim Mancuso, Sheldon Ihara, Dwight Hansen, Iohn bers, left to right: Mark Kimbrough, Keith Proslie, Debbie Nummela. Inter-fraternity Council , .gl I '1 m fi ,edgy E if' I Council members were first row, left to land, Deane Albright, Steve Watson, Ro- right: Bob Locke, Jeff Collius, Dick Mat- bert Kinney, advisor. thews, Tom Craig. Second row: Tim Row- fame -ix ,. 'pr-J Ei ff'-' if 51 zu '1- EW" Mr.. 4, ,, v,,, w 3' 1. Dorothy Bartelli, Sundowner queen, 1971 49 5111: F? 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Second Ovie Overhoser, Chuck Parmelee, Terry Cafferty. Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity v I ' - I f ..-V-LQ'-1-'n-Q ,. Q-,.2"v1,nTf-1 -1 , ., v,.',4.",f-la-'A V L -, .-.-in . ey,-c,' ---',,-.. 'ci ,L K f tt , r ,Cir . ii . 1 'Refi -' 'i."-. ffi'-5f."'4 gnu," :T ' ' L .f'o'iL'3 row, left to right: Kenter Haberle, jim Mudd, Dan Hor- Ciomi, Michael Reed, Toy Cong, George Phipps, Stan Tener Mark Alden, Steve johnson, Otto Schweizer, Bob Le- Tim Brown, john Best. Back row: Dirk Hall, Mike Horsley Quincy McComas, Steve Davis. Second row: john Gary Meinken, jerry Newcomer, Michael Bass, president 143 College Club of Home Economics ii. Legislative Interns ront row, left to right: john Melarkey, Tami Bradford, Second Dan Klaich, Linda Olsen, Frankie Sue Del Papa. Sixth row: ow: John Salisbary, Gloria Patronn, john Riggs, Ann Tue. Laurie Albright and Lt. Gov. Harry Reid. In the background, hird row: Randy Wright, Rick Elmore, Bob Almo. Fourth row: two guests. elia Martinez, Pat Murphy. Fifth row: Louis Test, Sue Corlett, 145 i , , neg F, 31,4 l IVlen's Upperclass Committee Shown left to right: Mike Marley, Tim Al- ler, Sam McMullen, Tom Craig,jim Moore, Dan Klaich, Mike Miller, Louie Test pers, Rick Beach, Steve Topol, Larry Til- Myron Banwart, Bill Cobb, Paul Basta, Moss. 146 Senior Class Committee ted clockwise: Pilar Escobar, jim Man- Banwart, Bill Cobb, president, Ronnie Martinez, Noel Tyler, Mary Sue Ferrel 0, Mike Fischer, Bob Almo, Myron Likes, Braden Rippetoe, jane Land, Delia 147 Phi Kappa Phi Delta Sigma P Scholastic Business Aclministratio Sheila Anne Adams Kevin Lowe Anderson Theodore John Angle Constance Valerie Antone Kenneth Frans Benson Sharon L. Caudle Sheila R. Caudle Cheryl C. Cendagorta Karen Tuttle Coonradt Frankie Sue Del Papa Mardell Elaine Domke Anthony Charles Dunn Marian Pilar Escobar Mary Sue Ferrell Wynell Frances Foote James Ramsey Ganyon Rhonda Lee Gibson Erna T. Guinan David Earl Hurley Susan Kay Kelley Ronnie Neal Likes John David MacDonald James Vincent Mancuso Laurie L. McKaig Cheryl D. Meredith Charlotte E. Morse Linda Kathleen Moss Daniel Walker O'Bryan Terrance William Oliver Judy L. Orr Henry Malin Prupas Braden Lee Rippetoe James William Shewan William Conrad Stark Paul David Strickland Louis Samuel Test Robert Alan Whittemore David Russell Workman Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha Speech Kathrine Irene Berning Robert James Fry Mark Handelsman Craig Iwao Ihara Thomas William Sawyer Mark Alden K. Allan Arntz Daniel C. Barnett Michael Bass John R. Best Larry A. Coogan Stephen H. Davis Wayne A. Frediani John C. Giomi Charles W. Golleher Brian Griffith Kenter B. Haberle John Halvorson Beta Gamma Sigma Business Shelia Anne Adams James L. Bailie Richard A. Beach John R. Best Michael B. Blalock Dwain S. Chichester Keith E. Cobb Anne M. Coon Karen J. Coonradt Raymond P. Davis Steven C. Digino 148 Daniel W. Horgan Stephen R. Johnson Gary Meinken James Mudd, Jr. Jerry Newcomer George Phipps Jerald Poweleit H. Michael, Reed James Roberson Scott Sappenfield Richard Schuetz Sigma Delta Chi Eric Anderson Jim Beazley Tod Bedrosian John Brodeur Ron Brown Sheila Caudle Mary Chambers April Chresst Dominic Clark Cathy Clinch Candy Cosens Marilyn Dietz Stuart O. Schweizer Dot Donnelly Jon SlZOL1SlaI1d Lenita Drew John Etcheto Alpha Zeta Donna J. Gerwin Craig I. Ihara M argueritte Johnson Daniel J. Klaich James P. Logan Gerald D. Muto Paul E. Myers James C. Roberson Thomas R. Roley John L. Taft Gary E. Tagtmeyer Albert W. Whitenack Michael W. Baker William M. Bannister Kenneth F. Benson Eric R. Dickenson Donald T. Garate William L. Heise John D. Henningsen Donald H. Kanfer John R. Orr Robert L. Pickett Carlo J. Recanzone Thomas R. Sanders, Gilbert E. Weikel J Journalism Bob Felten J oe Handy Fred Hinners Craig Hoppe Toni Karigosian Sue Kemmerle Kathy Key Stacy Kies Al Kightlinger Dave Kladney Phil Klink Ron Likes Mike Marley Mike McGowan Chris McKenna Buddy Morton Bill Roberts Bobetta Robertson Pat Stewart Valerie Weems Mike Williams 149 -1 n Alpha Epsilon Delta Alpha Psi Omeg Pre-Medical Dramatics Connie Antone Judith Baker Lola Bohrn Walter Carr Allta Colahan Terry Cryder Paul Dieringer Steve Duke Molly Earnhart Rick Edmiston Allen Eng John Erickson Pilar Escobar Judy Evans Mike Fischer Rafael Gamboa Robert Locke Robert Mastroianni Laurie McKaig Craig Metzger Gray Neuvveiler Larry Noble Ray Opfer Richard Panico Mark Rhodes Beverlee Sisson Barbara Smith Mike Stoker Chris Sweatt Ross Tappan Craig Triguerro Scott Tucker Barbara Ward Omicron Epsilon Delta Economics Sheila Anne Adams James L. Bailie Richard A. Beach John R. Best Michael B. Blalock Frank E. Burke Dwain S. Chichester Keith E. Cobb Donna J. Gerwin Margueritte Johnson James P. Logan Gerald D. Muto Paul E. Myers James C. Roberson John L. Taft Albert W. Whitenack Patti Been Peggy Lear Bowen David Q. Combs Joseph M. Handy Jackie Leonard J ayna Orchard Dan Pinkerton Thomas D. Prewitt Pegi Walts Phi Alpha Thet History Howard D. Bennett J an Bottjer James R. Ganyon Andrea Marie lratcabal Daniel R. Navarrette Ella C. Chliger James Shewan l5O Phi Upsilon Omicron Home Economics Suzanne Anderson Sandra Collier Mary Deming Kathleen Dziurda Marietta Farrar Kathleen Fortier Susan Kemmerle Debbie Kent Helen Lorant Marilyn Maroon Linda McCombs Teresa McGee Kathy Meiser Johanna Muller M ary Lou Powers Deanne Rawlins Carol Smith Sigma Sigma Kappa Sigma Ta u Engineering P hi Epsi Io n Kappa Physical Education Richard Booth W. Karl Kuhles P. Dennis Powers Paul Tholl Ta u Beta Sigma Music Laurie Albright Beth Heard Janice Hunt Marianne Maytan Dawn Reilly Charlene Scott Gary Atkinson Dale Banker Eugene Blanchard John Boni Randall Bowling Michael Brady Gerald Canning John Carito Roy Cellan Kurt Christner Paul Ferrari George Fong John Gonzales Richard Haddenham Gerald Heiskanen Jo Anne Hellman David Hurley Dennis J ones Alan Means Rod Miller Patrick McCormack Jerry Ostberg Steve Oxoby Chuck Parmelee Bruce Rice Paul Sadler John Sorensen Chemistry Jim Weber Joseph Zigich Rae Lyn Athanacio Roy Little 151 Pi IVIu Epsilon Front row, left to right: Brian Edelman, Samuel Potter, Elsi Tuo- advisor, William C. Stark, Bang-yaw Chin, Harvey mola, Velda Shaby, Ron Ainsworth. Second row: E. M. Beesley, Diana Petersdorf,Ed Wishart. 152 Cap and Scroll fm f outstanding women scholars and leaders are center, with lotte Morse, Pilar Escobar, Frankie Sue Del Papa, Toni Kara , Claudia Lechto, president. Clockwise, left to right, Char- gosian,jackie Rough, Diana Wishman. 153 Alpha IVIu Gamma Foreign Language Honorary Front row, seated: Idora Kronick, Barbara Flemming. Second Ingrid Evans. Third row: Anita Firby, presidentp Rosemar YOWI Emi! Guinaflf Pam Norris, Dennis Ghiglieri, Karl Held, Cozart,Iohanna Mueller, Surgen Scheurer. l54 Sigma Delta Pi Spanish Honorary Front row, left to right: Peggy Adans, Gerald Petersen, fAdvi- sorl, Joanne Comanor, president: Stephen Bailey, Maria de las Nieves Alvarez, Fred Nieto, Linda White. 155 Religi on-related a ctivities attra cted many students. Bread and milk supper at LDS Institute of Relig ,pv- Y Q-vu-s hn Dodson honored on second anniversary of the Center for 1 and Life. Bah'a'i recruiting table AE' L- gm, H . .sg ,, V .,,- The wit we can exercise in playing our cards is somewhat limited by the hahd the university system, administratofs, and faculty deal us. l s' meetings. 'F 'K if The U niversity Symposium attempted to bridge the gap between the community and the campus: face to face. It was no confrontation, just good information. he University Symposium attempted o bridge the gap between the Reno ommunity and campus. This gap, hile a traditional, widened after the tudent demonstration in opposition o U.S. invasion of Cambodia last ear. The demonstration occurred uring the Governoris Day festivities. or the first time, people wondered hat was going on "on the hill" and erenit sure. They were ignorant of the reasons for the demonstration, and the ignorance bred disrespect. They heard of swearing allowed in classes, of professors speaking of the Vietnam war in classrooms, of stu- dents and professors trying to get people aroused. The Symposium tried to give answers to these questions. Unfortunately, of the many invited, few came. But 161 they had a show. President N. Edd Miller was asked about swearing in the classroom: "Most of what you hear is rumor-no one has complained to my office this year. I can't act with- out a complaint, and when I get no complaints I assume there is nothing to complain about." He was answered with a standing ovation from Symposium participants. ames H. Bilbra 162 Louis Lombardi Paul Mc Boa rd of Harold Iacobsen Chairman i A. C. Girant Regents Bonnie Smotony Secretary Hug, jr, Molly Knudtsen W 'Fi .iw 1 William Morris Melvin Steinger Helen Thompson Presldent N. Edd Miller Chancellor Nell Humphrey Presldent DRI Iohn Ward V.P. Academic Affairs V.P. Student Services Roberta Barnes Director of Information fs Edward Olsen li -' x. X N james Anderson V.P. Business i Edward Pine V.P. Academic Affairs Registrar Assistant Registrar Assistant Director of Admission 4+ jack Shirley Harry Steinert john Halvorson Director of Libraries Associate Director of Libraries Harold Morehouse Kenneth Carpenter A V.P. Bus: ness Directors of Auxiliary Enterprises Michael Laine V P Student Affairs Robert Kinney Michael Laine Assoc Dean of Students Dir., Food Services William Rasmussen Dir., Financial Aids Sr Graduate Placement Douglas Jackson Cecilia St. John Ass t Dir Financial Aids Ass't Dean of Women Deans Samuel Basta Dean of Community Relations Thomas O'Brien Dean, Graduate School Laurance Hyde, Ir. Dean, National College of State Trial judges Robert Whittemore Dean, General University Extension Robert McQueen Associate Dean College of Arts 8: Science Harold Kirkpatrick Dean, College of Arts and Science Marjorie Elmore Robert Kleems, Ir. Dean, Orvis School Dean, College of of Nursing Business Administration Edmund Cain Dean, College of Education Monroe Paxman Dean, National College of Juvenile justice l if 93 J Dale Bohmont Dean, Fleischmann College of Agriculture Charles Seufferle Associate Dean, Fleischmann College of Agriculture Row One: Mildred Amis Home Economics Row Two: Bernard A. Anderson Speech and Drama james T. Anderson Engineering Nazir A. Ansari Business Administration Carl W. Backman Sociology John A. Bailey Education Row Three: Ron Bailey Athletics E. M. Beesley Mathematics Richard Belaustegui Electrical Engineering Leonard R. Bertain Physics Philip C. Bettler Physics Row Four: Verle R. Bohman Agriculture Dale W. Bohmont Agriculture john A. Bonell Agriculture Prank W. Bowdish Mines Kenneth A. Braunstein Nevada Technical lnstitu te Row Five: john N. Butler Mines Clair Christensen Agriculture Walter Van Tilburg Clark English Elizabeth Constantino M athematics Donald G. Cooney Biology ,f'wd, .ef W- . Q, g, I . lei 'J , -' 2 F - ' T .J , x. ... wil'-:Pl WIN -ss? Row One: Marilyn E. Crane Home Economics Ronald T. Daly Agriculture Richard T. Dankworth Summer School N. Dasarathi Geology Dana Davis Education Row Two: David P. Dickinson Engineering Don W. Driggs Political Science Kathryn H. Duffy Business Administration Richard C. Frohnen journalism T. V. Frazier Physics Row Three: Evelyn P. Falk Mathematics Charles F. Bell Engineering Majorie 1. Elmore Nursing Harold I. Eatinger Health, P.E., Recreation Dean Fletcher Medical Sciences Row Four: Ron Premlin College of State Trial Judges C. N. Gabbard English Charlotte Gale Nursing LaRue W. Gilleland Journalism Harold Goddard Music Row Five: Alan A. Cubanich Biology Wilson R. Haig Business Andrew A. Halacsy Engineering Donald l.. Hardesty Anthropology Hazel l. Hardy Home Economics Row Six: Liang-chi Hsu Nevada Bureau of Mines Robert A. Hume English William H. Jacobsen English john B. Kaye Business Administration J. Patrick Kelly Education Row One: C. W. Oakley Mathematics E. L. Placer Foreign Languages Marsha Read Home Economics Calvin H. Reed Education Thomas P. Ringkob Agriculture Row Two: Arthur C. Risser Biology james S. Roberts Political Science Joseph H. Robertson Agriculture Howard Rosenberg Art Dick L. Rottman Business Administration Row Three: Vernon E. Scheid Mines Ernest F. Schulzke Political Science William T. Scott Physics Charles H. Seufferle Agriculture C. E. Shepard Physics Row Four: Thomas E. Smith Mines F. Donald Tibbitts Biology james L. Tigner History Richard M. Trachok Health, P.E., Recreation Patricia A. Tripple Home Economics Row Five: Thomas T. Tucker Education Robert C. Weems Business Administration Charles V. Wells Foreign Languages Sessions S. Wheeler Mines Robert G. Whittemore General University Extension Row Six: Walter Wilson Agriculture Harry I. Wolf Nevada Technical Institute john P. Wortman Education Walter H. Voskuil Mines Ralph A. Young Agriculture T' l U, Tr -. A 'T ?x ' V :si ef?-. , tf- ti 'wg Row One: Gerald Kimble Mathematics Kenneth E. Knudson Anthropology Robert W. Lauderdale Agriculture Robertj. Laughter Physical Education Ivan E. Lee Education Row Two: Grant If. Leneaux Foreign Languages Richard H. Licata Medical Sciences Rosella Linskie Education Luellaj. Lilly Health, P.E., Recreation Kenneth D. Loeffler Business Administration Row Three: Sven Loevgren Art Raymond K. Loper Health, P.E., Recreation Edward E. Loveless Education Mark I. Magney Health, P.E., Recreation Robert A. Manhart Engineering Row Three: lean Margerum Home Economics John P. Marshall History Robert W. Mead Biology Robert McKee Engineering Paul W. McReynolds Psychology Row Four: E. Neal Moore Physics Robert I. Morris Agriculture William Morrison Athletics Hugh N. Mozingo Biology Harve P. Nelson Mines Row Five: Hector F. Nieto Foreign Languages James Olivas Health, P.E., Recreation Arleen C. Otto Home Economics Paul A. Page Speech and Drama Gary L. Peltier Education Junk yard magician on campus Ta ke time to observe the world and nature By Vickie Toy Often, as George Herman bicycles home from school, he stops to pick up a marble or button from the gutter. Herman became a conservationist before most people ever heard of ecology. He is a balding, 51 year old English professor who still believes in magic. He is a master of found art. His marbles and buttons are part of an unusual preoccupation with junk. And what's garbage to you is his potential mas- terpiece. At the University, dust blankets Plat0's Re- public and the rest of Herman's extensive classical book collection. His once-spacious office is crowded with scraps of metal, broken pens, pipe shavings, and pencil tops. Its walls are papered with greeting cards, pho- tos, mod art and old illustrations from nov- els. A mountainous stack of newspapers quivers and threatens to topple to the floor. Nearby a hill of essays waits to be graded. George Herman lives alone in a small apart- ment. He heats his quarters with an oil stove, and he weathers the winter in clothes from a second hand store. This is a man who finds warmth in an ordinary existence. He has retained a childlike sense of wonder. Herman is known to stop his classes to listen to sparrows singing in the spring. For him, every creature, every object, even bits of rubbish, has a special charm. Of course, some of the beauties of nature are obvious to everyone who looks, but Herman has a golden insight which allows him to fo- cus on less obvious environmental attrac- tions. Sometimes he brings "introverted" scrap alive when he isolates it from its usual surroundings, but more often the professor adds an adornment to make the "person- ality" of a screw or a pencil more discernable. His insight transformed the unaltered burn- ers of an old kitchen range into intricately patterned window panels, and by placing a broken piece of lock at the proper angle he unveiled the silhouette of a little man pass- ing through a door. With a more detailed effort, he assembled "Brunhilda." She's a native girl who wears a skirt made of electric motor parts and has voluptuous drawer-handle breasts. Herman selects his materials by chance. As a boy, he irritated his older brother, stopping wherever he went to snatch some trifle up from the ground. Today he makes his finds in the same way, never deliberately seeking them, but rummaging waifish objects from his surroundings. Friends and students are generous, he says. A rancher has sent him old farm machinery he uses to piece together art forms. Coeds stop him in corridors to give him brass but- tons. Herman likes to rescue ham bones from the garbage, whittling them into napkin rings and parts for incense burners. These, like the variety of junk candlesticks he has put to- gether make ideal gifts. "They have just the right amount of impersonal-personality," he explains. George Herman is a soft-spoken, gentle per- son. Last year he offered a memorial speech for the students killed at Kent State. He has travelled with the Reno Little Theatre tour- ing company of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and portrayed the second hand dealer in The Price. But he is quick to defend the things he feels strongly abouth-the English Depart- ment budget, for instance. When Herman gets excited about his inven- tions his voice assumes a melodic quality. When he bends to assemble his art forms, his spectacles slide down his nose. Two years ago he conducted classes for weeks wearing one broken lens. But it didn't inhibit his Prof. George Herman examines his found-art junk S J ll. Junk yard magician... vision. He could see beauty most people would overlook even if they had rose-colored glasses. And when Herman talks to other people, if they try, sometimes they are able to see it too. Herman points out the streaks on a used light bulb "They're like the cruel, white lines that mark the stomach of a woman who has given birth." His unusual perception is mixed with humor. The professor brought his first piece of found sculpture with him when he came to Reno from Kansas in 1957. He calls the design, which is made from a furniture roller wheel and a pole, "Whether Vainf, Now there are more than 50 objects in his collection. These include whole scenes, such as "Extremely Grave,', and "Krazy Kat," as well as single features. "Extremely Grave" is a tombstone and a mound of ground which includes a bone, a drawer handle, a marble, and bits of bath- room tile among its components. The comic Krazy Kat, modeled from junk after George Harriman's cartoon, sits under a lamp post looking at flowers. His solitaire works include "Choo Choo Train," whose most discernable part is an old spring and "Magog," a robot fashioned pri- marily from farm machinery and an old stove. With an eye to the sky, Herman has devel- oped several mobiles and false chandeliers. One of the most delightful of these, he ex- plains, occurred by accident. This is a sus- pended African dancer with a wire coil skirt, a matchbook head and eraser eyes. Because of the asymmetrical placement of the coil, the dancer happens to twirl. The professor can't identify all the objects he uses in his sculpture. Sometimes they're just things of interesting shapes, colors and tex- tures. Occasionally at a local discount store he buys and unidentified scrap that seems expecially appropriate. Some of the parts for his two framed favor- ites, "Sweetheart" and NVQ IR," were ac- quired this way. "Sweetheart," who first captured Herman's heart, has a body and a skirt from an old kitchen range. Her arms are two wrenches. Because he hated to see her "lonesome," the professor built her a suitor, named "Vz IR," for the inscription on the ornament's metal belly of unknown origin. "Designing and creating are two different acts," Herman explained. And for him, the creation is by far the more difficult. He says his ideas sometimes flop because he is un- able to make their component parts stay in place. Since he doesn't know how to weld, Herman must rely on liquid steel and ad- hesives. "Mama," made from a light bulb and a piece of leather lacing, is still fully intact, but she has watched her sculpture family of four crumble as they were exposed to time and motion. Herman believes, "A lot of people could see beauty in ordinary things if they would just encourage themselves to do so. But," he adds, "found sculpture is not a hobby for anxious people. Its practitioners must take time to observe the world and nature," The found art sculptor is someone who cringes at destruction and revels in the pres- ervation of things. One of the greeting cards on Herman's wall reads "Peace on Earth," while another declares "War is not healthy for children and other living things." Still another slogan is tacked to his desk, "Help keep American beautiful-leave." If every community had a George Herman, life might be more joyful and the roadsides would be a little bit cleaner. But then, of course, what would become of Arnerica's officers? Q. f 1 .T-' W 1 FJ 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1f' 1 1 1 1 if 3 1 1 In 11 Ti 1 1 1'1iH.,A Q1 1 F ' "J W f JEQQF1 V,1' M153 ,W -lJ MA n5"M fzffwrf 5+ if in .51 11 MM ltffimigigix 111m W 1 1 ' A 1 , 'D '4 1331951221215 I1 H F H X H 4 1 X' Y 1 1 W 1 ' 1 1 F 1 EJ I1 1 1 1, 1 1,1 fm H1 11 1 1' V1 51 ' 1 Y I J 1' 1' 1' X111 10- I 1 W' 1' fri.. K f I 1' W' 1 J M1 H. H ,F1 1 1 1 .1 - . 1 1: 1 1 , f '1' W K fi 1 1' 1' 1 611 in 1 'PQ 1' Q' H " ' V V 11 1 51 1 fx I, II 1 'i , x .f . N ,y N, g 3 X ,1 . 1' X I I . I N b Kg X N N 1 xx X 1 xxx xx X XX I v "ELL aww H ig? k,- 1. Y I v I lil I Q 1-f Student governmentis inthe Iimelightduring elections, but the T winners must perform year-round. F, I? 593313 1' gg-ii Q , . , me... new 1 I -:gs fs .sg V ..... 1 . slit N -in ' x i , . steers- ,. 'vi'f?w5tfr.?W?W S SUN. It isn't pronounced "a sun," or Nah- TJ' if C ' . . un," but letter by letter: "A-S-U-N. lt stands J: 5-I J' or the Associated Students of the University f f Nevada. fThe term was originated before T here was a University of Nevada in Las Vegas, E 1 T 00.5 Now that you remember how to say it, ere's what ASUN does: it's the student govern- ent. he ASUN Constitution, revised last year, is he document on which student government is ased. There are three branches-executive, egislative and judicial. Members of the first wo are elected while the Judicial Council is ap- ointed by the Senate. -.j5f.,4v.., A Si' I' NM in his year Frankie Sue Del Papa headed the ex- y -ep cutive branch. She was the third woman stu- ent body president in the University's history. wo vice presidents directed spheres of their wn. Authority for finance and publications was hared by Peter Moss Cfirst semesterl and Jon ellinghoff Csecond semesterl. Paul Basta was esponsible for activities. oth vice-presidents shared their decision- aking powers with boards. There were three oards: Finance Control, Publications and ctivities. Members of the boards were sen- :tors-at-large, serving two- year terms. .ouis Test functioned as Senate president and anice Miller was the chief justice. lub. Jr 179 'i is V if: ii -Na -.,sE,- :,.,ma.... ., .. H mai-iii . gud'-w . e..,ee,,, ,,. ,, . ' 25 f ., , i . 4. 1, r I, 'HQ g Mwst, Frankie Sue Del Papa, ASUN President in the place' By Steve Toy The election returns were in. A new student body president had been elected and, well, there were tears. Not the unmanly type of tears, but tears that run mascara and smear make-up. The first woman University of Nevada student president had been elected since 1944. And, for the first time in a quarter-century, flowers would dec- orate the Associated Students offices and perfume fragrances would fill the air. The President would have both friends and foes open her doors. "I anticipate a lot of conflicts over ideas," said Miss Del Papa following her victory. "But I hope they won't be over sex." And, a year later, she explained, "Being a girl probably drew more attention to the position-it helped me at times and at other times proved to be a hinderance-society expects different things from men than they do from women." Miss Del Papa had defeated star athlete Creighton Jay Nady for the position-1,071 to 641, culminating a university political career that began when she was elected to the Associated Women Students Executive Council as a freshman and saw her serve as Arts and Science senator and Resident Hall Association senator. She was the first woman to hold her post since Helene Batjer, the sister of Nevada Supreme Court Justice Cameron Batjer, in 1944. 180 "It was my ideas against his." She said she decided to run for the office when she attended the January meeting of the board of regents. "It is up to the student body president to carry through. The best place to implement programs and ideas is through student body presidency. "The ASUN government doesn't exist for its own sake. It pro- vides the means for the most effective and responsible student participation in the organization and control of student affairs. However, it is impossible for student government to be effective un- less it knows what it wants to accomplish." And Miss Del Papa knew what she wanted to accomplish. "Overall, I think We had a very good year in that the activities were of a good quality, we made some progress on calendar reform, we did some in-depth investigation in key areas and we represented our fellow students the best we could. "I do hope ASUN follows through on union expansion and student control of student money." I Student government, she said, "is a fantastic learning experience for those who put some time into it. "The most control that student government has is over activities and student money. As far as the University is concerned, what it has is the power to accomplish union. It is important to have a lobby group who will do just that for the students and remind the admin- istrators that sometimes we really do care." She said a student body president must "expect the unexpected, prepare to sacrifice their grades, their sleep, their peace of mind- pent 50 hours a week Ioutfound security prepare to learn a great deal and compromise a great deal." Yet, with all the problems, she still feels that the university sit- uation is "sometimes a gross misrepresentation of the outside world. "We live a very sheltered life sometimes and yet sometimes we are torn apart with no chance for defense." She found out she "didn't know as much asl thought I did. "I learned that people are quick to criticize and show to praise- that friends can only take so much and then they have to explode too. I learned that time means so much and yet so little, and that some of the same problems will exist long after you are gone and will go on continuously. Miss Del Papa said she would diagnose the UNR student body to be "normal, perhaps a bit more conservative." Miss Del Papa said she sees herself "as a woman who attained a high position on my capabilities, not on the fact of sex. "I think that women should exert themselves when they have the capabilities. Sometimes women stay in the background because they think they don't have the capabilities." Women held four of the most powerful offices on campus this year -student body president, chief justice of the student judicial coun- cil iJanice Millerb, Sagebrush editor fSheila Caudlel, and Artem- isia editor fVickie Toyj. "There are inequities that exist and it will be a long time before there is equality between men and women," Miss Del Papa said. "I think I am doing my part. The greatest inequities are in employ- ment." She's now working for the Senate Small Business Committee in Washington, D.C. as an intern for Nevada Sen. Alan Bible, while attending George Washington Law School. She said she has already been warned by attorneys that it may be more difficult for a woman in law school. She said "all can't be blamed on the employer" for pay and pro- motion discrimination Hbecause Women get pregnant." Miss Del Papa was born in Tonopah in 1949. She attended Ran- cho High School in North Las Vegas. Being a woman, she said, allowed her to get away with being a little emotional some of the time, "so in a way it's been an advan- tagef' But then there was the time when she ended up at the women's luncheon for Board of Regents wives during the May regents meet- ing-far from the actual Regents luncheon. But, at such thoughts, would come from Miss Del Papa a flicking of the long, brown hair. "I learned that the only satisfaction that can be counted on is the self-satisfaction of knowing that you did the best that you could," she said. "Some people will always care about you no matter what you do and those are the people who make it all worthwhile. "IfI had it to do over again, I would, definitely, Iwou1d," And maybe there was a small tear about to fall. Jon Wellingnoff Gttioers pa rtioipf meetings that ne then went home and maybea Iittl Vice-President, Fina noe a nd Publications Richard Barnes Christina Batjer Daniel Bickford, Paul Elaine Elder, Richard Elmore, Mary Sue Ferrell, Robert Fry Ihara, Debbie Kent, Dan Klaich, Robert LeCoy, Robert Locke, Marley, Margeret Monsanta, Sue Myers, Bradley Nord, Paul Qui Bill Robison, Charles Ross, jackie Roush, john Salisbury, Mitc Shifrin, janet Spooner, Brian Strange, Brenda Tedford, Louis T Craig Trigueiro, Rebecca Woods. 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May 5: 1 Q e W N stopping the war , if ' Fit.. , ,. - get ,,, 'ij' 4, LJ Tomorrow, May 5, is meant as the classes and workers to boycott their X lg , culmination of the national spring jobs to stop 'business as usual." anti-Wal' I everyone " is I A 2 ' - ll n N rl ' x , , 19 I 5' 4 lk ' 7 4 at vb " Q 1 I' 9 at' ' l lf i ,H-m ,I . ., Ng X 5 5 4 X' 1 y "gt "img '11 'K fi? :..- . 1 4 l- 4 its: 'ni' V W 1 ' "I .' ' -4 . WH4' Q . 'I wx V 3 In " PM , . N X Q s L , sk , . 'C 11 'I rl f i -he f , fly I mx x' 1- 4 A 'gg A.. Q' 1 anniversar arty and ' ,' " . 'V Strike and M, continue , A "VH 3' mt' and'1:Iacks1 ' Andifall ' , . Al-'M he na starting i ' A ' Committee a Spring " national m aw coun- the morau is "On th after the C it 'ibe, a murder of , urges Jackson, 1 ce, "We movement ence, but 0 W -I 0 and his U o 0 0 "NOT business 0 o 0 o only inthe 1 we will o 0 0 3 0 the countr war any o everyone Z Zogmomooooodvz something erallied, 0 0 0 f' 4 0 f' 0 C' X business a: zhannels, 0 "And 1 all dead- 0 day, and t another o talk to pe anviolent ,, ' about the c...-.,.- -.. .- .... -, ....,. ., -- ....,.--- on the Q ' are desperately needed." government a crisis of international ' SMC urges students to boycott proportions." 0 Z l n 0 Sheila Caudle, Editor ,, 0 lln background, her successor, 0 0 0 9 0 0 " Q 0 . . 0 Mike Crahamj 0 Z 0 o 0 o O o cn l I 0 0 University of Nevada, Reno 3 0 o 0 0 U 0 0 Q a 0 2 QQ 0 0 0 0 eorge Caudle Z 0 G, Busirlglss Manager-Spring 0 Z 0 U'0moomoooo0o Q 0 Q m 0 0 an 0 0 0 5 volume 47, Number 55 Reno' Nevada 0 , O 0 " N Tuesday, May 4, 1971 m G C, o o G, 0 CU Q G O Q O 0 o 3' 0 an o U Q o 'D ' oo 0 0 o o 0 0 0 o o m an w Q 0 0 0 o Q m Q Q 0 0 aa o 6 o 0 0 f- 'sie Q 0 0 l 3 ,Wi as 0 Q Wil' o0000ooooo0""" h,,',f.',l"j,.ll Y , 0 O 0 Q 0 0 0 C, 0 o o WVYAIUW N I' as 0 0 0 0 0 0 o I l V. t ' P if-vigil 0 ff 0 Q Q ,,1,,'l,,l i o Geoi .Dornan 0 .,fl,l-lk -K. 00 0 . . X 9 X i,,"Q.-Mui., - is 0 0 0 0 Busmes 1- anager-,Fa 5 N, Q- ,. 1 X cn 4 o .V f "l ie ' J see. Q 9 0 o Q Q 0 0 0 9 fo fff, Y' 5 ' 9 Q Q ff 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ff: if 51 ': - ff X Q iff' ,Z 1 ':"' in 'i 'fd - 1 Eg- e 2 5 gif il- Ly? -f-Y' -V Y ' - ii L-, ML-.v 2A 1 if 'X ggi? :ei :F gli .-f T Q , el 5 .552 ' 2-if S51 i T "vii 22 iQ K g X E12 8? 2 v., -"5 :Y 2 E 11: vi? Q-5 f X3 ,:? T' Ni f e - 1 3? -ig 1 if ee? c-- We debate whether minor contests improve our odds in life or waste our assets. Many students demanded expenditures for spectator sports be cut. Finance Control Board considered earmarking rnost of its atnletic budget for basketball, UNR's,best nope for a winning team. But in '71-'72, each student will spend 57.50 a semester for athletics-a nd 90029 of it will be used at the department's discretion. . 4521 ,Eff Q ig? I U iifglis SBI: 'Me , - . 1 .'z'?"'1 . w 4 A 4' ' N Y .bw . viii? ff-e 8 . . U - . H., rut f - XV ' 1 H . . n -, - . rink A - -, -.., 'J"Q , , 1,,- , ea V, Mu, 3? Z Q...,.i: ' ui - . r"lT"' ' jflwgd- ., , A Two tennis players worked exnaustively to fund their sport- tw Safer fi 0' G K Record tennis marathon: 73 hours if G! RMC4 I. - :ff , L 5 ,p- EJ' L ' Wfaf. H as sub, , .r M , 4J"..g'i':P ,SV , ' :5 ,, ' ...M ' A 2 N ' HUP!" -Q-uumlfi 2 f, X ,, ,E 'He-15.6. 'My wrist is beginning to get sore, but I think we'll make it ff fr. 1' V I .VWKIKE ,, ."'. '1' "V T' if fi illilllflvf fl'-7 Inn- 1 L 1' 'vwfgjj ,LVC5 XP , af" I X-A Xuan ,Z . if Through sun and rain, day and night, for '73 hours Glen Grissilo and Mel Baleson, both from South Africa and cousins, played tennis. The marathon tennis match-during which both played hard and fast-was designed to raise money for the UNR ten- nis team. The results: more than 36,000 and a new world record. The prior record was 40 hours, es- tablished by four Englishmen. 205 Mike Rowe Bill Latimer john Rowden Clint Monfalcone Mark Shonnard Varsity ski results MEET Siskiyous Invitational Northern California Intercollegiate Invit. U. of Nevada Winter Carnival Vanderbilt Cup NCAA Championships 2 PLACE lst place 2nd place 2nd place lst place 11th place Ski team Rick Elefant Ed Zuckerman Larri Tuteur 'Qty ffii' Eric Reinertsen Kim Perry Charles Mohr 'UNR's future success will be a reflection of how we are able to realize this outstanding potentialf 207 Wrestling team ' ' T L -I '-'Srl l Back row, left to right: George Ochs, Dick Choate, Scott, Kim McCreary, Greg Lusk, Bob Brown, Coach Tom Williams, Ralpha Curfman, Ken Covert, Gary Keith Loper. Tedder. Front row: lim Stevens, Larry McGee, Greg 208 On the rings: Mike Reynolds 1' r Gym nastics squad row, left to right: Bert Serrano, Lyle Freeman, Mike Reynolds. Middle row: Gus Nunez, ch Mike Flansaas, Assistant Coach Chuck Koehler. Bottom row: Iohn Laverone, Rich Panico. On the bar: Rich Panico In general terms the gymnastics squad was a better team this year than last, scoring 10 to 15 points higher each meet. But due to a tougher season, an increase in the power of the teams UNR com- peted with and the cancellation of the teams UNR beat last year, the year ended with a record of 6-3, or a .333 percentage. Bill Marioni Eric Barton Bill Richards Don Adam Dave Blanton B ox i n g te a m Bill Harland A tough fight Gary Powers and Coach jackie Iensen 'The Wolfpack for '72 should be stronger with the return of nine veterans and the appearance of experienced jr. college transfers Captain Bill Penaluna Captain Tom Duncan 1.5 U 1 I A . l .,. l 4 l i i l Baseball team Y ,MM 'T T ,, K J X 'X P 'fd if row, left to right: Coach jackie Jensen, Paul Pencuna, Dave Fienberg, Bert Steele, Marc Simoncini. halde, Fred Beudure, Prank DeLappa, Rich Tuchu. Back row: Gary Powers, Mike Reid, Bill Peleces, jerry cond Row: Don Reynolds, Jim Weaver, Pete Wise- Thiem. Notpicturecl, Bob Spearmau,Gary Kammeren. , Tom Duncan, Craig Lusiani. Third row: Bill Cross-cou ntry team The varsity cross-country team extended its dual-meet un- defeated string to 19 for the past three years. The Wolf Pack was placed second in the Las Vegas Invitational, won its own Nevada Carnival, the Journal Jog open team championship, and the first West Coast Athletic Conference championship, finished second in the Pacific AAU 10,000 meters cross-coun- try meet and third in the Track and Field Federation Western Regionals. Front row left to right John jones, Bob Sobsey, Lu- thony Risby. Back Row: Quintin Cary Athol ther Clary Ralph Slverstem, john Moura. Middle row: Coachjack Cook. Steve Mathers Mark Cameron, Curtis Terry, An- Rf . ,- W . AP' 'Q -f I H . 'W - 1 V 5 A - 0 N ' v si Vt., .i ,.-. F 'f m E . , 3:1 w '- U 1 , i ls 42 5' -' :I Q ,. 4? i 'Stagg 'fi' ,H '. .aizirizf -w- '1 5: ::E:5f :EJ '-152.2 um-- frgr - 1 i iilajwvyi Mel Baleson, "Most Valuable Player of the Year" After getting a new coach late in the year, the tennis team came on strong. It won the Invi- tational Sacramento Tournament and played almost perfect tennis in the WACA-winning 21 of a possible 22 points. Te n n is tea m gli N 9 Front row: Glenn Grisillo, 7 left, Mel Baleson. Middle 'J row: Mike Vacchina, Greg Reeves. Back row: Coach Keith Loper. ,S . an 5 Siafff , Qi - A fi- 1.10 .-f "lf fi f y az? H A 'A :fiff 1 - 1,4 Q .iff f 9 ,,eD-x i ,.- 4-L 1:21, Clive Brewster, left, and Quintin Cary near finish line. Track team f - , V ,, V f im. - -, . 'Q' " 'ki '5 9 Y - zzz , ,Lisa .. . . . fx. 1 Q 5. u, ,, . - "- Q " 'f -1 'Y!'.f? "' 5" i'L ' 'Mi if-'P ,. - ., . -,'- ini, , . ' .2 sr. 5552125 , . .Y I L, I - f ., ,, . ,Y ' -M- L ff' ' , ' .' f,,,......- -.- 9 -.gg-i--' 'u-all " V ':..L.--A Q 'fr ll Front row, left to right: Captain Steve Cox, Bob Dickey, Captain Bert Serrano, Dennis Quintin Cary, Don Demosthenes, Curtis Terry, Sport Willis, Scott O'Banion, Todd Miller. row: Coach George Plerovich, Carlyle Martial, Rick Delgado, Steve Stanislau, Harold johnson, Cameron, Dave Cowperthwaite, Steve Mathers, john Moura, Allan Farias, lim Bissonnette, Coach George Cotton, Head Coach lack Cook. Back row: Virgil Hancock, Clive Brewster, - Stansbery, Ray Hayes, Ed Nunnley, Bob Allan, Tom Montague, Tom Richardson, Samson loye, Dale Lundall, Geoff Harrowby, Stan Davis, Luther Clary, Dan Smith. 'f Athlete ofthe year Bert Serrano Won the 12th annual "Doc" Martie award-presented to the graduating senior who has made the greatest contribution to the ath- letic program at UNR. Serrano was selected by vote of the coaches. A physical education major from Hawthorne, Serrano is one of few Nevada athletes who have lettered in three sports. During his active sea- sons at the University he lettered twice in box- ing, twice in gymnastics and twice in track and field. In the ring he was nearly unstoppable, capturing two 132 pound championships. He had had little pre-college experience in gymnastics but be- came interested through a physical education class where he excelled in horse vaulting. Ser- rano eventually became the best on the squad. This year he set the new school standard in the pole vault, soaring 15' 6V2". He was the team's co-captain, also competing in the long jump and the triple jump. During spring 1970, Serrano participated in all three sports at the same time in addition to carry- ing 18 credit units, Working part-time and ful- filling his obligations as a husband and a father. Bert Serrano Track Captain UNR won the WCAC championship, scoring more than all other teams combined. 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I if - -T 3- ? - f -fp" l I ' ' 'wfw ' ' -.5 X - - '. N -- f .: Season in Review By Dominic Clark The new decade began with a bang for UNR's football team. The Wolfpack opened 1970 with three straight wins before bowing to nationally ranked Cal Poly QSLOJ. Looking game by game, the Pack started the season away, pitted against the University of San Fran- cisco. Nevada displayed some new stars there. Led by runner Earnest O'Leary and the defensive player Rich Creighton, the Pack whipped the Dons, 28-6. O'Leary carried the pigskin 17 times for 139 yards and three touchdowns. Creighton intercepted two USF passes and was in on several key tackles The first home game saw Nevada smash the University of California, Riverside, 45-26. Ray Hayes had a fine day for kicking as he booted six out of six PAT attempts and a booming 37 yard field goal. The game had several highlights. Among them were a 74 yard touchdown pass play from reserve quarterback Allen Wentworth to split-end Ken Sasser, a beautiful 20 yard run by halfback Mike D0- lan-half of which was through several tacklers without his helmet,-and a 48 yard touch-down punt return with no time left on the clock, by Rich Creighton. Back on the road again, the Pack destroyed Willamette, 30-3, despite playing in humid 90 degree weather. Behind the excellent field generalship of quarterback Paul Sylvia, Nevada built up an in- surmountable 24-0 halftime lead. Sylvia hit two long td strikes, one for 63 yards to tightend Eric Ful- ler and the other to flanker George Hardaway, covering 62 yards. Fullback Sonny Allen put the icing on the cake in the final period, with a 43 yard scamper for six points. Defeat fell on the Pack for the first time when Nevada visited Cal Poly for the third road game in four weeks. Mistakes lost the game for UNR as the Mustangs beat the Renoites, 35-0. In total offense Ne- vada had 377 yards and could not score, while Poly had 400 yards and tallied 35 markers. October 17- Sacramento State in Reno. . . A 35 yard field goal with 25 seconds left in the game by Ray Hayes lifted the fighting Wolf Pack to a 18-14 come-from-behind victory over the Hornets. The Sophomore Kicker from Reno also had a 27 yard field goal earlier in the game. Hardcharging fullback Dennis Smock made it his best game of the year, averaging 10 yards a carry in seven tries for 78 net yards. October 24- U. Santa Clara in Reno. . . Playing catch-up ball for the second straight week, the nearly invincible Pack scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to tie Santa Clara 28-28. With only 13 minutes left in the contest, reserve quarterback Allen Wentworth went to action, completing six of nine passes for 86 yards and running for 29 more himself. Big runs in the game were made by Mike Dolan, who reeled off touchdown runs of 76 and 33 yards. It was a homecoming game to remember. October 31- UC Davis at Davis. . . Halloween night was spooky for Nevada as the Pack, who led 17-7 at halftime, lost to the fired-up Aggies, 35-17. Mike Dolan once again played a fine game for the Sil- ver and Blue, gaining 83 yards on the ground. The speedy little keg of dynamite also returned a kick- off for 82 yards and a touchdown. He played the entire game with a severe case of the flu. November 7- Eastern Oregon in Reno, . . Eight different players contributed to the highest Nevada score since 1948. Behind the running of Earnest O'Leary, 97 yards and three touch-downs, the Wolf Pack axed the Mounties 61-14. Dennis Smock ran for 61 yards and Sonny Allen chipped in 60 more. The defense also had some fun as Bill Marioni returned a punt for 73 yards during a touchdown, Rich Creighton intercepted a pass and returned it ten yards and with a score. November 14- San Fernando Valley. .. 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NEVADA 42 86 79 73 First Downs - Passing 67 53 OPPONENTS 57 39 69 55 First Downs - Penalties 20 20 TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 166 154 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Times Carried Ball 451 473 Yards Gained Rushing 2021 1879 SCORING TD PAT:K R P FG T Yards Lost Rushing 342 585 Ray Hayes 0 22 X29 0 0 7 X14 43 NET YARDS - RUSHING 1679 1294 Earnest O'Leary 7 0 0 0 0 42 Passes Attempted 309 260 Dennis Smock 6 0 0 0 0 36 Passes Completed 132 102 Mike Dolan 6 0 O 0 0 36 Passes Had Intercepted 23 20 Allen Wentworth 4 3 X4 1 0 0!1 29 NET YARDS - PASSING 1678 1539 Eric Fuller 2 0 0 1 0 14 TOTAL OFFENSE 3357 2833 Sonny Allen 2 0 0 0 0 12 Punts - Number 68 80 Rich Creighton 2 0 0 0 0 12 Punts - Yards 2275 2746 Paul Sylvia 2 O 0 0 0 12 Punts - Average 33.5 34.3 Bill Marioni 2 0 0 0 0 12 Fumbles 32 21 Mike Stewart 1 0 0 0 0 6 Fumbles Lost 15 15 Ken Sasser 1 0 0 0 0 6 Penalties 111 98 Mark Granucci 1 0 0 0 0 6 Yards Penalized 959 729 George Hardaway 1 0 0 0 0 6 TD's By Interception 1 3 Dan English 1 0 0 0 . 0 6 TD's By Fumble Recovery 1 2 Safety 1 O TOTAL OFFENSE G TP YGR YGP TOT AVG Total Touchdowns 38 30 Paul Sylvia 10 263 -25 1246 1221 122.1 PAT - Rushing 113 1f2 Mike Dolan 9 119 617 0 617 68.6 PAT - Passing 112 1 X3 PAT - Kicked 25 X33 24 X25 Field Goals 7 X15 4X5 TOTAL POINTS 280 220 V V-,Ty '.I......,- Y ,G T- S31-Qld' KISAB Sfmadsoxd cuasap aqq uo .taugw aqq 'SV A b QQBPB-ABN :mo 'Jammu euqe alqou .mo spunqg ' ' aniq M aqq qqeaug sugequnoux .IGAUS aqq Aq pafpesrg passe.n20' uns aqq Kq fqsruqaies aqq gaaru smopeam aqq puv qs:-no sgupequnom UIOIJ do.1p sxaqem pay ,nous aaqo HILL sql a.raqM ...-lwdi' , fn .95- .laqew eww A "Q- lime - ' 'ow' if 4-L 9' r ' "M 'L gf if as gr? mfg' 'X sb-2-8rJgt'. ah' 7' - 5 'Y' ' ,Q " -' 5 .-7' E, V3.4 'W -,. ,'., ,4.J,4 . . ., LW H, in Q J . , '14 iF f .Q -' ' .e.- ' ' . 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A121 11,11 iff? me .-.f'e.'f.fQ5g2ie?F.5EE' There were rock concerts, Bertha and Tina,the elephants, appeared with the Marching Band at half-time and the alumni had entertain ment of their own. T 4-5 , we at Members of the Class of 1921 returned for their golden reunion. ,,.,, , ,Q ' I rung- A-i 5 lija xmj i M At Winter Carnival, Chairman Bill Cobb crowned the queen, Lora Reca nzone. "U T 1- 'E' . , .. . , at 4 . ,, fax Q - . ' ' 222 . -w , V., v 1 -1 qv- , -' s S ...- . .-.- V i K I. 'Y It was a festival of vvinterfun and frolic. ....-Ni' h ky 1 AQ, 'it' i I i i i I 5 The nostalgia trend took on new proportion -a great opportunity to relive the past. s " - KT 4 X ' . "sf 'J in .N-6 va 'A' P , , nf 39 b :! A I N N x wg Q1 V pg. - 'Q -u ' 1 ' 7 44 4 , 4 'Jill im. 'Y 4 " ' 'I r, g iv V cgr Maclfgmy Days 1 -1:4 -1 ly' .1 ' fer: .ii-. .F X E nf ' .- W, K. 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" Jean Jacques Rousseau in Emile, his novel describing the ideal way to bring up children "We deny the right of any portion of the species to decide for another portion, or any individual for another individual, what is and what is not their "proper sphere. " The proper sphere for all human beings is the largest and highest which they are able to attain to. " Harriet Mill During the 1970-71 year at UNR, the women of the university community, along with our sisters in the larger Reno community, began to grasp with our minds and to build with our heads and hands some larger notions of what is just now exploding into our consciousnesses as our newly realized "proper sphere." Operating on firm groundwork laid some years in the past by bold and progressive women's leadership, the Associated Women Students set out to define and declare its own best voice in women's affairs. The question arose at once in the ASUN Senate-a question long held implicitly in the minds of many- as to what balance, what tension, what sense of sepa- ration would be most productive and most easily justifiable between our organizations. AWS stood firmly for an interest in the rather unique needs of women on this campus and for an interest in all issues relating to those needs. Having gradually but finally rid ourselves of restrictive wornen's hours on campus, we were no longer saddled with the responsibility of their enforcement. Our freedom, we found, had im- posed a far greater responsibility upon us-a real challenge to our imaginations and intellects: we must justify ourselves by new means. Addressing ourselves to ourselves, we tackled the task of finding, forging a new direction. With regard to traditionally conducted activities and programs on campus, AWS adopted a policy of indi- vidual choices. . .a healthy policy, I think, demand- ing constant reassessment of our own priorities in terms of our expressed values and goals. Thus the year saw a major withdrawal of AWS in its role in queen elections, while Women's Night of Honor held fast, along with a strong scholarship program for women funded independently of ASUN by the efforts of women students. The new shrubs and bushes sur- rounding the J ot Travis Student Union are a contri- bution of the long-established AWS Rose Garden Fund, as are the new trees and plants at the northern end of Manzanita Lake. A tribute to tradition, to a woman whose contribution to this campus now ap- proaches somewhat legendary proportions, was made in the fond donation by AWS of a substantial finan- cial contribution to the Elaine H. Mobley Fund. . .to be used on a project in which Dean Mobley takes spe- cial interest and pride. In a new direction. . .or perhaps just in current ver- sions of a long-established direction for women on this campus and across this country. . .AWS devoted its lecture resources and efforts this last year to wom- en. The November Symposium on the Status of Wom- en was designed to draw together people from the campus and community in a series of speakers, panels, discussions, and informal meetings on topics concerning-and of special concern to-women. Ac- companying the event was a special issue of the cam- pus literary magazine filled with the writing, poetry, and art work of women in the Reno area. From thi symposium arose some small, rather tenuously or- ganized consciousness-raising groups wherein wome could get together on a very personal basis to bring t light that whole murky myriad of problems we hav all felt to be so real,. . .but seldom dared to articu- late. . .more seldom still to share. Among individua women, among groups of women, among the sisters o the Reno area connections were made and felt. A col lection of women's literature was established in th AWS Officeg we began to read and to understand ou situation. A small and informal speakers bureau be gan to operate and to spread that understanding t the campus and community. The March symposiu 'A Woman's Place' featured nationally and inter nationally prominent speakers, a week-long schedul of talk and events, special efforts aimed at involvin community women, and a show of extraordinaril fine art work by women. women seek their sphere Armed with experience from the months gone by, we in ASW began to look wider than our campus world . . .with the sure conviction that much work for wom- en remained to be done. In our immediate community we made a modest start toward a program involving campus women with women at the Nevada State Prisong we did some research and planning for pro- vision of childcare facilities in Renog petitions were sent to local newspapers requesting greater depth and substance in their women's sectionsg a resolution in support of a state commission on the status of women with legislative funding was passed by the AWS Councilg AWS made a donation to the State Welfare Division's revolving fund for loans to working moth- ers, as well as involving itself in a local welfare moth- ers' rally. On a national level, the Associated Women of UNR affirmed their strong connections with the Intercol- legiate Associated Women Students, backing a slate of powerful resolutions on-among other things- women's issues: women's rights legislation, abortion law repeal, equal draft status for men and Women fin a more equitable selective service systeml, sex education at all levels in schools, and the availability of information on male and female birth control meth- ods to all students. Combining our efforts with those of the Experimental College and of interested indi- viduals in the area, we managed to send three cam- pus women as Nevada's representatives to the Inter- national Women's Conference in Vancouver, B. C. last spring to meet with Indochinese and North Amer- ican women. They talked, as women, about an end to the Vietnam War. Here we established further links to national communication chains. Our scope was rapidly expanding, as was our some- what painful understanding that our structural ca- pacity for encompassing that scope was woefully in- adequate. It remained our firm conviction that a broad base of women-campus and community-was a necessity for the evolution of any sort of meaningful action in the Reno area. We took a risk: we began to reorganize. In a spring 'Workshop for Women' we worked through some initial difficulties. . .and they are many. . .with as much honesty and shrewdness as we could muster. If a coalition of women is to exist in this community Cand I have no doubt, no doubt whatsoever, but that this will someday be realizedl, and if it is to begin to do what it can do, to be what it can be NOW, I feel certain that University women must be a part of that movement. A major part. Preparations have now been made. The first steps wait only to be taken. The possibilities are impos- sibly exciting. As Jacqueline Mitchell editorialized last fall in the special women's issue of Naimada, "We believe in good faith that the university should be the first social institution to respond to the reality of the sexual revolution. . .The sexual revolution we speak of will involve eventually a total adjustment in the relations of the sexes. Indeed we believe the most ,ff Charlotte Morse AWS president profound change yet to occur in the human condition hasjust begun." We women have begun. it QQQLEQ wx gel 7393251 nt 1 it . ' wp.:-1-. .134 - rf'- i ' w '9- f-,,,A,- , X- '- -ma Y Av K. ui- Discussing architectural plans for UNR-lim Spitznagel, left, Graham Erskine, Kymrie Mills. ,ff Petitioning legislators -Pam Tieslau, left, Prof Students tried to end environmental destruction gr-4"' y Fi F ' Making molds for STOP bike racks-Greg Thatcher. " g,, - ,xx improve-ments Joe Lintz. specially optical pollution on campus. 251 5' XM N ffaf gg: Stk A . -fox 4QX Aftera lengthy hearing- intently viewed by students over closed c:irouitTV-a teacher was fired for his part in the Governor's Day 1970 peace demonstration. Paul Adamian !vf"'g Fired English professor -dw ff. 58114. 1 1 :Al , vw. In I -'N Q A ' N Q' , 3 .54 ' 'fx R i ae, ,KN .YI I 'I yr' l' 4 4 tr A 44 rv Y " "' Q Students talked to the Governor, and Professor Joe Crowley received a peace awa rd during a non-military-emphasis awards convocation. MEAL CARDS J .fl-A Governor Mik O'Callahan talks with students. joe Crowley Ri 1 3 254 . ., ...M -, . . , I x 4 The spring peace rally in 1971 was not energetic -QQ' .,.a..--...e Py- AW' fr 9-" - ' .' 'nb ' , ---'- '12 -, in I . ,X yn wif '-QI' " ' ' H'3'f,-VJ,flQv',fR1'i:J'g xii Av'-.:,K11,l ' -V91 a ' ...- -N .,. ,- 1' 4 . . ' 0 5,1 5 ,. af V . -1-v"iL .I Q I Q ,W . 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BME' , mf bxnis , wh x .iq 'lf -l, L 'EF H06 vp nh KS, A 'cf 'Viv ' 0' '51 hiya, I l . . l x .D 1. fx ' F' A " f19+ff'?h :N F 'K ' v, as -..,,--1 But there were marvelous prizes at the bottom and the fruits of their labors where good. 259 STATE OF NEVADA EXECUTIVE CHAMBER Carson City A PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR: WHEREAS, our great State and Nation will be guided in the future by young men and Women of today: and WHEREAS, a vast majority of youngsters today have a sense of responsibility and commitment to improve the circumstances of those less fortunate, and WHEREAS, they recognize the need to bring together divergent elements within the community for constructive efforts for mankindg and WHEREAS, the American Freedom from Hunger Foundation reflects the principles and commitments of the young men and women of our great State and Nationg and WHEREAS, it is recognized that all resources Within and Without the community are necessary to further these principles and commitments: NOW, THEREFORE, I, MIKE O'CALLAGHAN, Governor of the State of Nevada hereby declare May 8, 1971, as WALK FOR DEVELOPMENT DAY in Nevada and call upon all citizens to cooperate with and assist the young men and women of the University of Nevada, Reno, who have pledged themselves to Work during the months of February, March, April and May to assure the success of that day. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of Nevada to be affixed at the State Capitol in Carson City this 2nd day of February in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and seventy-one. 77215122 0'C GOVERNOR By the Governor: 65 Secretary of State E Students, facultyand community leaders walked 30 miles to Carson City, raising 58,000 to feed the hungry and aged J I I 1 by -L.---.. ., if, 4, L-, ' - ,. I .,' if 4 ' . Dancing Bear Drama and music were both an escape and a social stimulus. Frankie Laine, below wk It's a Beautiful Day, right ff 1.4111 ff XE 4 Victoria :H nk-- 5-41 ilrxgygg, 1- Y D on Ellis - 1. 'wb N. , if Y I MP 'P' . . . WvA I fzifl "S ' 1 L - A. .V - . I - ' 5 "' 11 ' ai.-iQ" -W --'A the va. 43 t 4 ,.I ,,, irulf V ..'vv',:45'iif5Z,::'Tf 1 ff, I, I :fr 1 Q ,, ffl PM .V -I 'Z 99 .qi 3, ' ' " 4 A4 f, it . .Q L-1 -.5 ?5S V ,. In D' ff" he I iw. i 1 In 1 ' A -"Jn .- J.-L: P3 .1 5 ,A ' . -. I . . 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J' a s 1 4.31, .q.hl U s D I . . Q in ' 'W , 9 'fr' 'vu , ,, :Qt u v - "-. UNIVERSITY UF NEVADA 1970 71 Theatre Season ASPECTR M O EATRE Wilde's Infanta 81 ,.,., ,- SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHILDREN mm r l6.7I30 I7I0 30300 30 I8300 5 rn "TI1,eC'5e1fJent n Itallie Up pl y at THE CENTER YEKQIR GWR IIZEII526 March 'I 4 I spy, allows 2 P formance N gh l -I S 7 30 9 30 Ig U THE CENTER March 25 27 800 -4 -'Q 519 bb 59.5 A. .- K 'QL .U .'2g1..reu--fw.-1 ,"1',"'- ---,, ' - ...4xw:f'fl'1,7,E'1V'9-X r' - -5- H .m .- 4-.Ll-,Q " - " Er if A Fil:-V-' E Q. . , 4 S I - -...., ff 1 ' A-T P . fi H lf, , ,. EEG 5-.222 W' II 234411 iiglz ' L 2.5.-' 'P :xl ,l F , ll i Q3 ' - 1' 'lsfhf'-L . EQ , F: 1 "N" 1-me, 4. '-2- fm: -fl-" -N' 'qkiff . W ,,' In-' A' 1' -'HQ' Tiff? - ii' 2. gf W ' A ua 35247, 'Q-aka , u ,-,-g -M ,fur --., ,-,. - lx. -, ,--4.-Egfr:.a.., - f: aff' L.. . f--1-lm-: 55' N R X- E rfff'1-wfsl' 'ru fifzsj -'v-:?g,:5gf- gg. I-f . - :P U U N15 '. .,: . 1' , ' ' jsigu I -3 " 'k' ' . . 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LHC mimi.. -- fs J -'x"N , I At arts fairs throughout the yea r, people displayed their talents and wa res. 276 1 rf Vw, World news memories of 1970-71 my - egg ig, 'i ,ff fi in I lu H A 'll I NE s l if '-V' A I 'rl Vvre "" of I NN- Ai Los Angeles Veterans Administration hospital collapsed in lI1iSSiI1g for SOIDG time. Throughout Los Angeles buildings the February earthquake. Eight persons died, another 54 were were destroyed. There were natural disasters. . . 278 Starving Ibo children, above, suffering from dys- entary, laid near death, amid vomit and human waste, outside the tiny Niger Maternity Home. They were also the victims of war and its after- math. During the civil war in Pakistan, left, survivors made their way over the cyclone-devastated land- scape past the body of one of the thousands of victims of the November holocast. Epidemic diseases-especially cholera-made the war all the more tragic. U nemployment was at its lowest since before World War II, , s T"s's' ya e W' " ---s e or 3511- ' ' , wzmhaaff ,. ill! ' Q .,.-:J i f . .1-1-fri' .f 5.543 .g,wL','f' 3' ' - Q, .1111 is . ,s fs' I V.,-'rl ' V 7-1 1' 4' , wg A 1, 5' li T, 7 F512 A E' ,' ' .:' , A . - H A. '. -, I L The sagging economy of the past year resulted in growing lines tle. Seattle was hard hit because of ther scientists, engineers of people waiting to pick up unemployment checks, such as and technicians who lost their jobs in the waing aero-space these at the state employment securities department in Seat- . industry, , il ll 4 if X, Charles M. Manson, left, and members of his "family" Csome shown abovej were tried and found guilty of the ritual murders of actress Sharon Tate and six others. The trial was marked with demonstrations and outbursts by the Manson "family." but children who were raised in the affluent society rebelled 281 1 1 1 4 N w I I v Y w w V 1 w S., 5 1 J i I K W I w .ww n I r I W . l I' ww 1 ' I L 'nv' at J. . A ,I -yu R .FSI . vm'-ii,qs fi,3.:.g.se'1'Qg-.. iQ'.5Lz!1ffiQI,, TjiQzTii.'5u, Weggzxnfee ft-1wf1'I,Qfl 91'Qaejjjj'g:g5.e3fjf iQ.q,u4gfggg.g 'Q ,ml v , 1- ,Hi i. , i , .Wg . iq. I.. L, ':1:.u4a.l lime' .s,iw.Q,1.nG3A. zu, wmeb 'f,1su.,l4...f,1,4.u.z11 fi-, f72L.lYffiQU-.Q 5,'fL.5Q.NJ7fi'1 .JYIJES ,.'.. i 4 dm . .. ..." Mm. 5:1231 131,51 11:1 .- jx. - wlwm 4:1..:L - '1'HH'rf': fiiizi .filciftwwx 1E'u3'CYf1?'5Sfi fi S .... .,....f, -...., . . ..f,.., .,.,N.: 1 ..,s.., I . xgw' qi gig' - yn' .,,, ,. ,T ,em sd -,4Q.f.1.w fa 15.1- ww.--,f: ,rinpg .3 IWQLM . VN... -f-r , 'Hill um...7. V-. f. 11. ,- , E. Ac: nm' .sg.,g5q1.gy iaith.-z .wx I mn. ialxa ggq1:.2 C'ig..iYy':,xc3sg.fg:f g'::,fZA',H2llQ' I 1 w ' -412 1.f,ux 'civfw f'Y7a.?' 154: ., W.'Q1'1'3' . 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' .I .N ,K N ...ga- -QP I -1 ,,r1 Y' ' wi I .hx .!,w .-1' .1 -Wg? '-K9 3 1 .. , . ,H ,lp , M.,..i.. Ni-I,,Y.7-,, 4 . ,, ! li L J i4 :J 1' e ,A-. lu Z' f rm' , . I.. 1 y ,R- ' ,I ,ln I'a .. ww ' X .,4.. A ',, - -J D P I I A Q l J, x. . 'sl-' ae. 2. . , X Y , , 7 R Reknowned world leaders died, At the November, 1970, funeral of Charles De Gaulle, top, right, local youths carried his coffin inside the cemetery at Colom- bey les Deux Eglises, France, for burial. De Gaulle's widow, Yvonne, is in black veil lin cen- ter, next to the local priest. At the right, in the French naval uniform, is his son Philippe. Far right, a surging crowd sur- rounding the October, 1970, funeral procession of President Carnal Nassar of the United Arab Republic, Winds across Ramses Square in Cairo. Bot- tom right, President Richard M. Nixon, on the campaign road for GOP candidates, gives the "VH sign as his motorcade passes a groups of demonstrators in Ro- chester, Minn. The President appeared in Rochester on behalf of Clark MacGregor, who was running against Hubert Hum- phrey for U.S. Senator from Minnesota. ri' ,ca 5 . S.. l' I. 4. v1.'l" "'?W"v,'-.' 4- . ,ye-.. . . lf" I - ' 5-use ,bg 1 l'Q H' -r'.'1"':. .W 'gg ,I I .. ow t wiikumi K ' i fs ix arg -' il -5" 4 A ip, , .- 1, an I 4 4 L 1 .' 1. A f 5' ,QYT Wt ll - I lc 0 'rn 1' I shi in 1 4 'X I X X qu h N ' Y 54 Q- ' ' r wi' I M Q- iw: 1- . 'SJ' 'tri'-4'5" 3 , ff- QQ 'J' 'W 5 J' IR, ' lad A L:f.'1'f'.' If 1 1 N fn 33 A -I' V. .N 1 1 I 5 1 vI:.:.'1,Q'.,l 4 tr 'S v'4,," f ' gp E -4-'U if Lg 1 W ,l lg ,gn I'fgN,f5?- :J 'FE' 04 e Iyiaiiig,-I X 'ZW oy me' F 14 ,-flag, f-' ""' ' ,lf - ,g-1,4 51 'Q xv f " J 9 ' ,F 'Ee' WE? '4 f 'NH' 'Q Q' ll' An offshore rig, above, spews oil into the air as a trail of pollution winds into the Gulf of Mexico, off the Louisiana coast. The well ran wild during a fire on the rig that lasted more than 100 days. Left, the second Earth Day celebration was held in Union Square in New York City. Protesters carried signs, vehicles powered by internal com- bustion engines were banned. aa nd ma n ma d e ge stu res of i nterie st. ,L " ' , + ' ' ' 'E 'i nd hate. . the courtroom drawing, above, jury for Lt. William Calley, view color photographs of dead Vietnamese allegedly at My Lai in 1968. was court martialed and but President Rich- Nixon weakened his sentence allowing him to remain in his he world was in danger of destruction by war quarters under guard. Below, in- fantrymen leave Firebase Myron in Cambodia for the December hike back to their bases in South Vietnam. The smoke in the back- ground is from the remains of their bunkers, foxholes and trenches, which they destroyed before withdrawing. H4934- vu Q ""4.j-4 .g 43.55 s 5?S5e,sh . kk. -nk-S.. - , 1R,,,,-,,--- A member of the U.S. ping pong team, Judy Bochenski, right, shakes hands with Communist Chinese Premier Chou En-lai as she and other U.S. table tennis players call on Chou in his Peking office. The team were the first U.S. citizens to visit Red China in 25 years. They went at the invita- tion of the Chinese. A reciprical visit of Chinese players to the United States and a visit by President Rich- ard Nixon to Red China were in the offing. and man made gestures of peace. 288 'fn -cv. -ar QP., 1 0. dy ,- Ffa. , 5' ' 3- ,ff ., s, 'bg 'eil ,, 'J 'A a gl ,- it A, , . 1 M I Q' 4 .- . .,.S,. -1 v'1' 'Y l Av.. . . . 1 Al' I it . , 5 -- . Q vf I E 1 3' ,, ' .' 5 i in: ' ,. R V 'M , E 5. Fl an ,. T x , ,, A MMQU ,A Q ' Nj: If ' 9, 7 ', I , ,, yep" .fp ., '- , ff f. A4 7 4 P - ,Q 4. ' 1,5-x' f " ,A I - 15, . 'I Ip f ' 1' l t A .g,- 5 .rf i ' V -Af, I , ,J . - - dl Q. . gg 4' -V... ' ' ' D' ' . 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Students who had come to college to get a diploma as a working paper, the boys who had come to avoid the draft for four years, the girls who had come seek- ing husbands, those who looked upon college as a way to avoid choosing what they wanted to do with their lives-all were together that day. They were asking themselves, "Was it worth it? Was it really worth it?" And for the most part they didn't know. But they'd bought the funny black caps and gowns and climbed the platform to get a piece of paper that was supposed to be a diploma, but wasn't. They had played a role in one of the last surviving rituals in these modern days. V 291 The line started to move The beginning of the end of four years of college began at last Many of the students in the senior class were thinking of jobs their fathers wouldn't have accepted. They were "alternate vocations," and the pay was low, if at all. The Peace Corps, social work, jobs that help one's fellow man had become vogue. The students that chose these jobs and their subsistence wages Were often the ones thought of most highly by their classmates. A degree could mean a chance to make the World better, even if it no longer meant a guaranteed "good job." For someone think- ing along these lines there could be a real sense of wonder about the entire spectacle of graduation-an immersion in what felt like a religious experience. It wasn't real in the sense of not being a put- on, but reality as in a good dramatic pro- duction. The rows of 4,000 chairs were filled and the graduates filed by slowly in neat lines. in 3154 L 153.3 - N A N Us ' 1 '1 , '1 4 , -6 , . 3 n 34 4 hx wr ' 5 4 51 al -fx, M z.. gr 9 I E- .J .J gl. .. -2.5 1 Q..-, - '. .' Ge' -f 4 : 5 - 5 F 21 5' .: . xr J I' lily . -' "' .. 4 -- 3' - .X rt "' ,gig gn . d- f q N ' 1 . Q 1' .2 ,:.J. " 5 A ' I " ' 47, , 4. .fix I 1- ' V V, if A, wi' I E 1 5. -Q , J 'U Q . .Q W 4' I ' ' 7 ' I l I I J QL ' ar' A A ,Q W S ? Www-5 ,.. U . 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Q -, - , Q ,.,,.x 43M.1,,g,,g1i 1J3?,V,,, . 'ip "Q, ' "4 - L: N xaif - WWf4WQUr u',,q nwfqml Q A .P rf -N. fx- - 9 'fm-U.-fe 5195" -L - 4- 111 ' ' 1 ,Af ,'.' Fl' ' W A 'I-N :ff Q 4 -,,,g'1'2-gg?" 1 Y by - V' C , 1 1. 1 be ...af fgo, 'E :ir Nw: ', . M' P ' nv-,k . . 5' ' - 5' f A-Mini' " ' . -Q rf ' 7 J' 1' , ' V, A f t . ' ' ' ' '- -J, BW- " 0 .Z 9 1 ----M'-W' ' - ,f f P' p, , D jr: , in .W fl- ,v'..-m-1-- , , . f ' Hx 5 A s pv 'r' 7 1 5 I v N? 'H , 3 I Y C .Q ' ,og g '-, ,Q - f I -.116 R- 4 ,i E M - I 3 'V i- . I gn-I1 J., ' M . V. -' J ... Al. 6 'Q-1 x lfuv.- And -' A v ' P W ,. v- ,1eQf,1n,.f V' U ,4 .K p P' N f 1 ' 4 -.--1-11,4 li I aa I 44 .. D 5 ' 1 J 5 ,x 9 ' af 41 Q A 'nl lr H E 4 ' n Ra. 9'b j,A I I Nh 298 99 I -' ' IH" fr mg'?Sg,V5i5,' A A ' 2.-J., M Vifg. ' ' r fain., aff 11. n L S512 we Qs 41" T '49, College ofArts and Sciences BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY Rae L. Athanacio . .Chemistry RoyJ. Little . Chemistry Nabil E. Mukhtar . . . . . .Chemistry BA CHELOR OF SCIENCE Carolyn L. Basta Billy L. Burrow .. . . Robert C. Burrows . Robert A. Colon . Gerald W. Davis. Jr. . Erleen G. Elmore Marian P. Escobar . David B. Evans . Richard L. Everett Leisa P. Findley Michael E. Fischer . James A. Genasci Dennis L. Ghiglieri Christine P. Gonzales Daniel T. Harvey. Kathryn Hedgpeth . . Ronald F. Heinen Richard D. Jeffries . Claudia J. Lehto . Robert S. MacDonald Gene E. McClelland Robert A. Milne . . Frances A. Minister . . . . .Biology ...... . .Chemistry . . Wildlife Biology . Biology ....Physics . . . . .Biology . . .... . .Zoology Mathematics . Biology Mathematics . . Predental . .Biology . .Mathematics . . .Zoology . Predental . . Wildlife Biology . . . .Predental . Wildlife Biology . . . . .Zoology . . Chemistry . .Chemistry . . . . . Biology Wildlife Biology Judy R. Orr . . , . . Botany Richard A. Panico . . . Zoology Patrick T. Poon ..... . . .Chemistry Samuel Potter III . PhysicslMathematics John K. 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Kauzlarich . Harold E. Lamb.. .. JaneLand. .. .. . Mary L. Lancles . Marian H. LaVoy .... Jackie L. Leonard .... Michael P. Lindell . . Keith H. Lindholm . RoyJ. Little .. . . Elizabeth M. Locke . Margaret A. Low . James V. Mancuso . Donna M. Martin. . . Robin L. Mazzone . . LeliaF. McCulley .. Kymrie Mills . Dennis R. Murphy Maureen S. Murphy . . .Spanish Anthropology . Art . . History . .Political Sci. .English . . . Prelegal . Engl.fSpch. Sr Dr. . . . . . .Sociology Prelegal . ...Spch. GDL . . Phys. Educ. . . . . .... ...Prelegal . . .Prelegal .. Soc. Psy.!SSVC . . . . . . Prelegal .. . . .Soc. Serv. Sz Corr. . . . French . . Soc. Psych. . . . . .History . ...Spch. 8:Dr. . . . .German . Anthropology . . Prelegal . . ...... Prelegal . ...... Political Sci. . . . .Soc. Psychology . . .Psychology . . .History . . . .History . . Prelegal .. German . . .English . ......,.... English ...........Psychology .....Soc. Serv8: Corr. Political Sci. 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Likes Joseph Lintz lll Barbara C. Miller Molly K. Morrissey . Terrance W. Oliver Marilyn E. Plummer Janet E. Spooner . . lngalisa Wolfe . . College of Education Maria N. Alvarez Meliss B. Armstrong . Myrna M. Benetti . . Cheryl N. Cendagorta Lynn D. Cross .. Leona M. Defenbaugh. . . Sherrell A. Dunkin . . Doranna D. Emerson . Patricia A. Flemming James R. Ganyon ..... Jill M. Gottschalk Valerie L. Harnish Judith A. Herring . Paula R. Johnson Kristie A. Kennedy Lewis E. Kittell, Jr. Beth R. Koepp Diane C. Ross Judith A. Secoy Nowl C. Tyler . Mary Ann Vogel . Linda L. Wolpe . . College of Education . Journalism .Joumalism . .Journalism .. .Journalism . .. Journalism Journalism .Journalism Journalism Journalism Journalism . Journalism Journalism Journalism Journalism . .Journalism . . . Journalism . Elem. Educ. . . .Elem. Educ. . . . English . English . .Elem. Educ. . . .History . . . . . English Biological Sci. .. Elem. Educ. . . . .History Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. .Elem. Educ. English . 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Karin M. Freeman . . Ann L. Friary ,,,,....,. Karen A.Garaventa . Paul A.Gismbra . Rhonda L. Gibson ..... . . .Elem. Educ. ....Elem. Educ. . .Elem. Educ. . . .Bus. Educ. .Phys. Educ. . .Elem. Educ. Marsha T. Glanzmann . . .... Elem. Educ. Ethel D. Goff ... . ....Elem. Educ. Michael Greenan. . . . ,.,... .English Patricia P. Guild . . Virginia L. Hall . . Patricia K. Handy . .. Alison N. Hartman .... Harriet R. Hiester ..,. CarolanneK. House . Marlowe D. Jevning Kathleen J. Johnson .. . .. Josette F.Jones . . . GaryT. Karnmerer. .. Teresa L. Keller .... . . . .Elem. Educ. . .Elem. Educ. .Elem. Educ. . .Phys Educ. George A. Hardaway . . . . ....Elem. Educ. . . . Elem. Educ. .Elem. Educ. . . .,,..,. English .Elem. Educ. . .Spch. 8: Dr. .Political Sci. . Elem. Educ. Susan K. Kelley ...... .. . Elem. Educ. Catherine A. Kelly . . David B. Kennedy ..... David R. Lemus. . . . Lynn F. Lovell . . Gary R. Luchetti . . . Christine M. Luke . Sharon V. S. Lynch .... Sheila E. Marshall . Sherry L. 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John T. Urrutia . . Pamela J. Webber . . Diana T. Whisman . . Harry D. Wilcox .. . Bruce I. Woodgate . James L. Wright . . .Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. . .Spch. Sr Dr. Elem. Educ. History . Phys. Educ. .Elem. Educ. English Phys. Educ. . . English Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. . . . Chemistry Elem. Educ. .Elem. Educ. Biological Sci. ..Elem. Educ. . . . .History ED U CA TI ON SPECIALIST. SCHOOL ADMINIS TRA TION RobertJ. Fricke ..... . ........ Schl. Admin. Larry R. Stewart . . . . .Schl. Admin. College of Business Administration ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN SECRETARIAL SCIENCE Caroline S. Capitain . . . . Rosaline S. Lusk . , . Sec. Science . . .Sec. Science DarlaJ. Margrave . . . .... Sec. Science Judith E. McElwee . Karin S. Morghen Jacqueline Rice . . Pamela J. Whitie .... Sec. Science Sec. Science . .Sec. Science . . . .Sec. Science LindaG. Williams . .. .... Sec. Science Linda R. Woolverton . . . . . Sec. Science BACHELOR OF ARTS Frank E. Burke . . . . . .... . . Economics BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION William B. Atkinson. . Myron J. Banwart .... Robert C. Bates .. . . Richard A. Beach . . Thomas A. Bradshaw Scott L. Brenneke .... . . .Marketing Sheila A. Adams . ....... .. .. . . . . . Accounting . ...... Accounting . . . .Management . . . .Finance . .Accounting John Richard Best . . . . . . .... Accounting . . . .... Management James W. Bryant ...., . . ..... Accounting Christopher A. Cervelli . . . ...... Economics John F. Chesarek ....... ..... A ccounting William G. Cobb . Lawrence A. Coogan Ill . . .... Economics . . . . . .Marketing Bruce A. Cooksey . . Timothy F. Crowe Christine G. Culberg Raymond P. Davis . . . James R.Doster . James P. Ensley . . Robert H. Erickson TomB.Farrar. . Richard D. Fleischer. Timothy C. Galvin . DonnaJ. Gerwin . . Larry D. Grant .. . William T. Grimm . Kenneth T. Guy Fred C. Hanker .... Marshall C. Hansen . . Robley E. Hansen . Donald M. Herrin. . Warren W. House . . John M. Howell .. . 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Office Admin. . . .Management .. .Marketing Economics . . .Management . . . . .Management . . . .Accounting . . . . .Accounting . . . .Accounting Management . . . Accounting . .... . Management School of Home Economics ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN FASHION TRADES Patricia R. Bowling . . . Ellen J. Fletcher ....... Patricia L. Megard . . . . . .Fashion Trades . . . .Fashion Trades . . . . Fashion Trades Shelley A. Rumbley .......... .Fashion Trades ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN PREKINDERGARTEN EDUCATION Deborah M. Brodeur .... .... P rekind. Educ. Suzan C. Grimm. . .... .... P rekind. Educ. Jean O. Hutchinson . . . Cherie L. Moore ..... Jeanne M. Oppio . . . . . .Prekind. Educ. . . . .Prekind. Educ. . . . . .. Prekind. Educ. ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT May Li Fong .......... . . .Food Serv. Mgt. Thomas M. Killian . . . . . ..... Food Serv. Mgt. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOME ECONOMICS Ann L. Amestoy ............ Home Econ. Educ. Lynn R. Anderson . . . . . . .Home Econ. Educ. Sandra J. Collier ..... ......... F ood 8: Nutr. Suzanne W. Decker . ........HomeEcon.Ext. Carol M. Doherty ............ Home Econ. Ext. Karen L. Holbert ...... .Fashion Merchandising Susan R. Kemmerle .......... Home Econ. Jour. Paul Laxalt delivered the address. Paul Leonard, left, Distinguished Nevadan. Helen I. Lorant .,............. .Food 8: Nutr. Linda K. McCormack ........ Home Econ. Educ. Kathy S. Meiser . . . . .Fashion Merchandising Joyce M. Porter ....,.,,. . , Home Econ. Ext. Katharine L. Reil ,,.,, ..,.. H ome Econ. Educ. Carol A. Smith ..... ..... H ome Econ. Educ. MaryC.Taylor . .. .. . .. ..Food8zNutr. College ofAgriculture ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE Edwin O. Chapin . Larry E. Goicoechea William E. Harmon Leslie H. Hoist .. . Ralph W. Sauer . . . .Farm 8: Ranch Mgt. . .Farm 8: Ranch Mgt. . .Farm 8: Ranch Mgt. . . .Agric. Mech. . Parks 81 Turf Mgt. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE Stanley G. Aiazzi Timothy P. Alpers . Kevin L. Anderson . . . TheodoreJ. Angle . Thomas A. Atkinson Robert D. Barker . . . .Agric. Educ. Game Mgt. .. ..Ag. 8: Res. Ec. .Game Mgt. . . .Game Mgt. . . Game Mgt. Kenneth F. Benson .. .... .. .Ag. di Rec. Ec. William H. Brookerd . Robert W. Browning . . Steven J. Ceresola Richard B. Chase . Richard C. Ferguson . . . James M. Freedman Virgil M. Getto . . . Richard T. Heap . . Donald F. Koester . . . John L. Lytle Osborne K. Maher . Burke M. Mitchell . . Lauren A. Ratkoviak . Paul H. Smith .. Larri F. Tuteur . .. . . . .Agriculture Plant, Soil 8: Water Sci. . Agric. Educ. . . . .Agric. Educ. .. ..AnimalSci. Plant, Soil Ka Water Sci. . . . . . Agriculture . . ........ Game Mgt. Agric. Educ. Forestry . .Animal Sci. . . .Agriculture . . . Agric. Educ. Animal Sci. . . . . Industrial Mech. Lawrence A. Wahrenbrock . . . . . RNR James L. Weishaupt .... Plant, Soil 8a Water Sci. David E. Weller. . . Game Mgt. David R. Workman . ....... .Ag. Er Res. Ec. College of Engineering BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING Eugene E. Blanchard Steven J. Borroum . Randall C. Bowling . . Michael J. DeMartini Parl A. Ferrari . . . John D. Fleming . John G. Gonzales . ,. Larry R. Hastings Gerald W. Heiskanen Harlan P. Heward Keith Lockard . . . Alan G. Means . . . Gustavo Nunez . . . . Erik R. Reinertsen Bruce L. Rice . .. , John D. Sorensen . . . . .Civil Engr. Civil Engr. .. Civil Engr. .Civil Engr. Civil Engr. .Civil Engr. ....CivilEngr. . Civil Engr. . Civil Engr. . .Civil Engr. . . . .Civil Engr. . Civil Engr. . Civil Engr. . Civil Engr. . . .Civil Engr. . .... Civil Engr. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Jack P. Antonio Robert R. Baker ...... Jack C. Beckwith . .. Henry C. Bunsow . .. Gerald W. Canning Melvin D. Foremaster . . . . Elec. Engr. ......Elec. Engr. . .Elec. Engr. . Elec. Engr. . . .Elec. Engr. . . .Elec. Engr. BernardJ.Smith . . .. .. ...... Elec. Engr. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING SCIENCE Bruce E. Ellithorpe . . .... . . ...... Engr. Sci. Thomas L. Gibson ... Gary F. Lehman .... Rodney F. Miller . ... .....Engr. Sci. ... .Engr. Sci. .. . . ...... .Engr. Sci. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Gaspar E. Alvarado-Durfee . .Mech. Engr. Sandra M. Crocket . . . ..... ..... M ech. Engr. Clifford A. Davidow .... Timothy C. King. . . Housain Moosavi .... Delbert S. Pursel ..... James L. Weber . Michael T. Wirsching. . . James B. Woodward Ill School of Mines .. .. .Mech. Engr. . .Mech. Engr. . . .Mech. Engr. .. . Mech. Engr. .Mech. Engr. . ..... Mech. Engr. . . .Mech. Engr. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EARTH SCIENCE Michael T. Morimoto . . . . ..... Earth Sci. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GEORGRAPH Y Cynthia S. Kraft . . . Geography Jonathan V. Smith .Geography BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GEOLOGY Gary R. Allan .Geology Roger L. Ames Geology James M. Perkins . . .Geology James T. Williams Geology BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING Michael W. Brady . . Dennis L. Buonanoma Paul F. Sadler Timothy J. Ward Geol. Engr. Geol. Engr. Geol. Engr. Gcol. Engr. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GEOPHYSICS Linda M. Hadley . . . . , Geophysics Stuart L. McHugh Geophysics BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING Wodajie Ahebe Met. Engr. Gary B. Atkinson . . Met. Engr. Terry L. Vallon Met. Engr. Joseph M. Zigich .. . .. Met. Engr. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MINING ENGINEERING Wodajie Abebe . Min. Engr. Leonard J. Owens . Min. Engr. School of Nursing BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING Mary M. Anderson . Martha A. Biglin . Karen L. Bohannan . Nora L. Brown. . Patricia L. Fagan Connie W. Honea Amber D. Hughes . Marion C. Inglish . Paula G. Johnson Marjorie K. Kehiaian. Mirian M. Lynch . Mary C. Martin . Karen L. Mingus . Margaret M. Oakley Robert W. Parsons . . Karen S. Price Ronald H. Rock . . Randall T. Stewart Susan K. Supancheck Technical Institute ..Nursing Nursing . .Nursing . Nursing Nursing Nursing Nursing . .Nursing Nursing Nursing . Nursing .Nursing Nursing .Nursing . Nursing .Nursing Nursing Nursing Nursing ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY Elmer Brewster . . Bus. Tech. John C. Loff . . . .Bus. Tech. ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY Douglas E. Baribeau . James A. Bissonnette Wayne E. Courtwright Robert Harrison Jr. John W. Riggs. Jr .... Michael V. Rinabarger Steven W. Russell ..... ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOG Y James M. Boernge David M. Buhlig . Bruce T. Butler Herbert F. Clowers . Gary F. Eatinger Bradley E. Hayes Mark F. Lawson Jerry D. LeClair James W. Mann . Harold J. Neifert . Michael A. Quiriconi Johnny A. Walsh Engr Engr Elec. Tech. Elec. Tech. Elec. Tech. Elec. Tech. Elec. Tech. Elec. Tech. Elec. Tech. . Des. Tech. . Des. Tech. Engr. Des. Tech. Engr Engr Engr .Engr . Des. Tech. . Des. Tech. . Des. Tech. . Des. Tech. Engr. Des. Tech. Engr Engr . Des. Tech. . Des. Tech. Engr. Des. Tech. Engr. Des. Tech. ASSUCIATE UF SCIENCE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT Stephen D. Cloyd Vance Cossette James R. Davis lll Lawrence D. McGee Joyce l.. Roberts George D. Wendell Law E. Law E. Law E. Law E. Law E. Law E. SCHUUI, UI-' MEDICAL SCIENCES BACHELOR UF SCIENCE Ettore A. Angelini Constance V. Antnne Vernon E. Barnes Peter R. Brodeur Waller G. Carr MollyJ. Earnhart John R. Goodnight Patricia A. Hodges William J. Lloyd, Jr. Laurie L. McKaig Dallas R. Penrod Robert W. Potter Richard T. Priest Henry M. Prupas Mark A. Rhodes Graduate School Premedical Premedical Med. Tech. Med. Tech. Premedical Med. Tech. Premedical Premedical Premedical Med. Tech. Premedical Premedical Premedical Premedical . Premedical MASTER UF ARTS Melvin F. Dion Paul G. Manget Ill Cecilie A. Martin Ronald F. Moore Pierre M. Moreau David W. Smythe Grace M. Yori Psychology Soc, Psychology Psychology Phys. Educ. French Music Elem. Educ. MASTER UI-' BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Dennis A. Beard Jon N. Bengtson David L. Cacci Robert R. Frazer Agapito Santos Athanasios G, Voyadzis .Bus. Admin. Bus. Admin. Bus. Admin. Bus. Admin. Bus. Admin. Bus. Admin. MASTER UF EDUCA TIUN Gordon C. Binn Karen S. Edsall . Frederick M. Fralick Ill Carol A. Humphrey Stephan A. Kaylor Joseph R. Maruca . Helen N. Mulder Lola L. Page George W. Rogers Violet M. Smith Claire W. Tupper . . Elem. Educ. Sec. Educ. Schl. Admin. Sec. Educ. . Schl. Admin. Schl. Admin. Schl. Admin. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. MASTER UF MUSIC Rosemary O. Mathews Music MASTER UF SCIENCE RobertJ. Almgreen James l. Barnes John T. Blomquist Nancy A. Bruce Stephen B. Castor . Pankajkumard. Dave James B. Davis Richard E, Delmaa Gary N, Drewien Eva L. Essa . Robert A. Gardner Elwood W. Hage Moo'Sung Kim John B. Laxague Jr. Thelma R. Leigh . Young K. Lim Leslie J. Martin David L. Matley RobertJ. Oakleal' Nancy D. Olsen James W. Pekar Dennis L. Potts Richard W. Reynolds Animal Sci. Geology Geology Home Econ. . Geology , Elec. Engr, Range Mgt. Range Mgt. RNR iGame Mgt.l Home Econ. Civil Engr. Animal Sci. Plant, Soil 8: Water Sci. Animal Sci. Home Econ. Mathematics Animal Sci. Animal Sci. RNR IWildlife Mgt.J Home Econ. Civil Engr. Mech. Engr. Nuclear Engr. FrankJ. Sonderman lIl . . Geology David L. Stevens , Geology Anne L. Swanson Home Econ. Paul R. Weir Civil Engr. Mary E. Williams Biology DOCTOR UE PHILOSOPHY Jessie A. Coffee Gary D. Lee , William D. Lutz . James L. Verdi Buford E. Wilson , .English Organic Chem. . .English Biochemistry , Psychology v . , ,, I an - - "T" ""'W ."".H.n xi. .1T.'1'v'Q'." . Q.. .. - WM -fm X' -1 K M ...-Q wa bs .. 'r rw ., 33 .I II. if ,A II-. 'Y-'AI 5 .. Aw A f' 1 I Au '- 'A ' , ' ' '1' kg A1-r .QJY 1 -ig...'i 'A M f A A . ' 1? Q AA - . -0' s Ig, -. I ,af wx wt '.1,I., . - . I I . n' I t pg If 1 w I Xe., 1:1 . I ' 4 sq I ' - - Q-Q - Arm . .-A - 1: A' fd' ' I Q Hx, 1 A-A 'l sq? V' X" pw 3 A ' H. 1'II I I ., - I I - II-. . w III, II II, I I It I . .I , A , . 'ug A v ' 1 ... ..,. . 1 '1 X . . lb tsl LQ' 'im X "' x ' 'Q 4 K- 19,5 I X K 5 it . 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