University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

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artemisia 1974 ■ ■.■ ' m ■ - SIGLER PHOTO The word Artemisia comes from Artemisia Tridentata, the scientific name for Sagebrush {; ■ , £■ ■ vp Artemisa 1974 University of Nevada, Reno People make a campus II r ffjy . i MKEF £vS i |f tH r i 1 i J L " r ' B f .• " cB ■ " JL.- r 1 - • ■Rr ' ' r " " « I 1 ' J tr a - fci ■ -T ■ TTi " " " y m mm r • V ■ ■■■ Ll I 10 ! ! ii J9 12 fl 13 -i - R- t . Ml - ..■»■ «. DL5 - . ■ W- i- - --■ a --5L Gordon Vaughn 16 The earth can be an abundant mother . . . if we learn to use her with skill and wisdom. ! I John F. Kennedy 17 18 M. Gomez 19 Love is found in unexpected places. It is there in the quiet moment when we first discover a beautiful thing . . . Joan Anglund 20 21 J Dan Bickford J 22 Cathy Chin 23 if Serene woods, stern sky gliding, sliding skiis on snow touring — Peace of Mind. 24 25 i _J1 fl % 26 ' l»V»i« ' ' : " ' • ■ -■ £ Marlene Olsen f Gordon Vaughn 17 28 The fall of a leaf is a whisper to the living. 29 J " All kinds of people should get together with more kinds of people and talk to each other. All kinds of people should try to listen to more kinds of people and all kinds of people should reach out and help one another. " 30 31 li Kolberg 33 J 34 I 36 37 1 1 JL 0? Nature speaks if we listen. ' 38 i 39 40 41 I ' h i ► 42 L 44 L_ J L Smoke. Remember who lets you go. 46 ' i 47 CI DeLarwelle 48 . ' • 4 Construction -destruction -construction ' r »■ »i« ' A f :,- «a 5 " " »s v»: f ' 3 -_■ »-. r mm. mami 4. | f g. u» i«t««ttii i " 5?fc 1 --fa-r- - V £ 53 ; 52 WMrn . mm ■ •■ I 56 57 58 This kind of activity (Watergate) has no place whatever in our electoral process. And the White House had no involvement whatever in this particular incident. Richard Nixon Summer of 1 972 II ■1 1 11 1 ■■ ■ ■ ■ 60 I 61 l B • m — « % H 1 jflj ■£ I i .mwiiajuwtuwt 63 64 i { What did you say they were growing on campus? 65 n I 4 %.;?w fk . EGGS .65 E EGG .40 ;0N EGGS. 95 If EGGS.85 1140 ;0N£5 }H BROWNS .30 BT.15 25 LO CEREAL.20 CfiLL OUT OUKORD I CUD AHDCL RTO CO( 68 71 m i " x v s l i .3? ww SB im A We have placed these barriers with the hopes that demonstrating the wonderful regenerative powers of Nature when unassaulted by the feet of marching multitudes will instill renewed joy within us all. 73 E Did you make the tow list this year? Approximately 1 4,000 tickets were issued this year, according to Chief of Police Keith Shumway 74 I 7.5 m i ORGANIZATIONS 76 77 Sagens m i Kathy Kirch Tina Rosenthal Mimi Nelson Florence Chaves Mari Howard Becky Sauder Peggy Widaman Sue Engstrom Ardelle Johnson Sylvia Rockwood Gail Ramasco Nancy Livierato Marilyn Meser Nancy Metzker Colleen Austin Helen Castle Cindy Fleming Vida Dietz Anne Zappettini Sallie Moore Betsy Small Ann Frank Phyllis Bailey Carol Caserta Rithe Burrows Janet Byers Dawn Rice Rene Campbell Stacia Bletcher Nancy Luce Jamee Landaburu 78 Blue Key Vic Drakulich Bill Bowden Tod Fountain Steve Ranson Ken Achurra Bernie Snyder Kevin Klink Dan Garfinkle Travis Titlow Mike Libke Bruce Robertson Russ McMullen Creighton Skau George Kaiser Terry Reynolds Jim Lundemo Gary Wills Tom Mayer Don Cecich Alex Doyle Eddie Booth Daemon Filson Ken Tedford Doug Maupin Larry Burton Jerry Currence Lou Bonaldi Teague Breslin James Reinhardt Joe Hollen Pat Archer Tim Jareguito Dean Heidrich Dave Fairchild Dave Schuster Conrad Pugh Gene Pascucci Frank Dell ' Apa Ron Penrose Roger Wolf Tom Herrera Ted Herrera Ben Garrett Gary Manson Jim Butler Bob Piatt Dan Tomasheski Chris McKenna Chip Mann 79 Interfraternity Council (left): MEMBERS: Jerry Currence Bob Anderson Mike Menath Travis Titlow Mike Kirkland Dave Schuster Ron Cameron Nathan James Jeff Wooldridge Jim Handy Ray Mann Dean Robert Kinney (adviser) Steve Hall Panhellenic (upper left): MEMBERS: Linda Henderson Betsy Small Ann Frank Rose McNees Kixie Keating Loll i Gunthrop Barbara Gallagher Sherry Straine Cindy J. Orsen Janice Anderson Connie Huskey Kathy Baciocco Dean Cecelia St. John (adviser) Spurs (above): MEMBERS: Terry Weaver, Leslie Gray, Sue Pollard, Anne Wallace, Tami Jobe, Lorlynn Jacobs, Kathy Yup, Debbie Smith, Lisa Landing, Brenda Rheudy, Robyn O ' Ble- ness, Sue Zubetz, Ginni Land, Nita Aratca- bal, Kixie Keating, Margaret Hall, Bonnie Sciarini, Dee Barbash (jr. adviser), Marilyn Meiser (jr. adviser), Tilly Walker, Felice Arriandiaga, Kathy Leutzinger, Vicki Saw- yers, Karen Catron, Connie Young, Connie Kling, Jackie McEwen, Dean Cecilia St. John (adviser). I 81 ■n Asian American Alliance Alex Hong Arron Young Bill Eng Ken Eng Lana Eng Stanley Dea Ava Ichimoto Gerold Wong Bill Otani Margie Pong Thomas Yu Cindy McKenna Eric Ip David Ng John Lew Eugene Chun Dr. Jim Mikawa I Coffin and Keys Mackay Misses Joan Tarpleen Margaret Hall Felice Ariandiaga Karen Levy Kathy O ' Brien Sherry Straine Phyllis Bailey Linda Bowman Ann Frank Yvonne Arciniega Anne Zappettini Anne Kosso Cindee Gnafakis Karen Singleton Arlyn Maffi Pam Tieslay Elizabeth Gant Carrie Leeming Black Student Union Executive Council 83 84 I HI 1 I I V Rodeo Club MEMBERS: Chris Collis, Tony Damele, Ann DeLong, Laura Dunn, Tim Fadda, Norman Hennigan, Kris Knox, Tim Koopmann, Sherrie Lund, Mark Meich, Rich Nalder, Ed Peterson, Mike Pointer, Ed Ryan, Bill Sar- man, Debbie Taylon, Clayre Tipton, Joyce Warwick, Marlea Venneracci, Tim Wall, Bonnie Bell, Gary Capurro, Paul Bottari, Connie Coachran, Jim Cooney, Sonny Allen, Kathy Griffin, Kenny Smith, Jim DeChambeau, Dave Homestead, Paul Hol- lis, Jim Reinhart. 86 Aggie Club MEMBERS: Kathy Burks, Utile Walker, Joanie Wenter, Kathy Kelley, Tim Fadda, Jim Reinhart, Richard Semenza, Sue Palczewski, Roger Knighton, Dennis Hellwinkel, Linda Balsi, Georia Balsi, Clayre Tipton, Kris Knox, Bonnie Bell, Larry Teske, Kathy Grench, Ed Petersen, Susie Christison, Paul Bottari, Beth Miller, Sherrie Lund, Mickey Andersen, Chris Collus, Bill Sarman, John Gissel, Allen Capurro, Joyce Warwick. 7 |,: M M 0. m ( Institute of Electrical Engineers Women ' s Recreation Association OFFICERS: Barbara Pagano Jackie Allard Karen Painter Heidi Robken 88 Alpha Zeta MEMBERS: Ken Achurra, Julia Allison, Stewart Brent, Hal Bybee, Rix Calloway, Kelly Clark, Ann DeLon g, Doug Drake, Louie Hirschman, Richard Knight, Robert Knight, Bill Mecham, Jim Oiler, Elaine Ryan, Becky Sauder, Mike Sevon, Larry Teske, Mike Webster, Dennis Willis. I 8? ASME IL trW 1 I ■ • " ■-•. • ' " tw Ji. Km Cadet Staff Leslie Smith Gregory Gardner Frank Caravella Mark Torvinen Michael Lloyd Jeffery Menicucci Ronald Butterman i I -• .-- T ' . X ' " " Colonel ' s Coeds MEMBERS: Debbie Azevedo, Kathy Baci- occo, Phyllis Bailey, Connie Baker, Mary Baker, Barb Basso, Stacia Bletcher, Valli Casazza, Lee Ann Colegrove, DeSha Dorion, Debbie Gilbert, Luann Hawley, Nancy Heinen, Tamiko Jobe, Kixie Keat- ing, Pam Lourentzos, Michelle Marvel, Polly Mastroianni, Maria Mentaberry, Marianne Millard, Mary Morcom, Michelle Murray, Robyn O ' Bleness, Susan Pintar, Leslie Schmidt, Bonnie Sciarani, Jonna Skau, Janette Steele, Dawna Stone, Rose- mary Swindle, Liane Wilbur, Jill Wessell, Molly Moloney, Gail Ramasco. Silver Caissons Debbie Tracy Louann Nannini Sue Park Wendy Olin Sandi Beecher Kris Newman Kathy Newman Grace Adams Judy Davis Pauline Anderson Diane Courtemanche Yvonne Stevens Debbie Coultas 93 Search and Rescue 94 t Rifle Team MEMBERS: Ron Buttermann Scott Slobe Dee Nichols John Neuenburg Mike Beattie Kurt Myers Bob Wideman Ron Mills Jeanine Flavel SEARCH AND RESCUE MEMBERS: Sammy Gryder, James Allen, Allen Artz, Bob Barnes, Bob Becker, Pam Becker, David Boyer, Dana Bres, Bruce Buffington, Jim Bussey, Jim Butler, Mike Chacon, Don Dav- ison, Dennis Dill, Grant Bey, John Eckstein, Scott Frost, Jon Lea, David Luther, Ernest Mahabe, Chris Manzi, David Manzi, Den- nis Godfrey, Mike Green, Marsha Green. Gary Hill, Dick Hughes, Kevin Kehoe, Mar- tin Koehler, Rick Langley, John Stodiak, Tom Mathis, Tom May, Jeff Metz, Jim Offenheimer, Verdon Neilson, Donald Pierce, Randell Sayre, Ken Schuler, Jon Syoberg, Tony Paternostro, Rusty Snyder, Bred Stephenson, Brad Sumrell, Chris Wil- liams, Mark Williams, Ralph Willets, Sean Wilson. 95 wr i 96 Sigma Delta Chi MEMBERS: Gary Warren, Pat O ' Driscoll, Carol Caserta, Barb Henry, Gary Baer, Joyce Behncke, Jane Belikow, Christi Bonds, Pete Burgarello, Laurel Busch, Kathy Chipman, Joanne Cieri, Jonnie Cla- sen, Dede Doughty, Alison Elder, Ray Els- more, Sue Engstrom, Cheryl Engeseth, Arline Fisher, Jon Gast, Ray Hagar, Ed Hansen, Walt Hardesty, Jim Herb, Steve Kent, Dorothy Kosich, Becky LaPlante, Harvey Lee, Julie Martinson, Chris McKenna, Joe Merica, Jim Moore, Linda Nagy, Ardis Oliver, Marlene Olsen, Des Powers, Steve Ranson, Jodi Reutell, Andy Robinson, Alan Schaefer, Celia Scully, Ermano Siri, Jeff Skelton, Gary Souza, Mel Thomas, Anne Wallace, Karl Wal- quist, Paul Wilford, Robin Witt, John Wright. J-Prof " Babe " Frohnen, adviser r i KUNR-FM MEMBERS: Craig Branson, Dan Cook, Emmett Cook, Wendell Dodds (station man- ager), Paul Eamigh, JoAnn Forman, Terry Johnson, Maureen Miller, Jim Moore, Ste y Ranson, Allan Schultz. 97 fl I, Kelsie ' s The Newspoper of the University of Nevada at Reno u Hut iU.iivj I I ' ,« TfT " " MMMMi " » « " «• mmm ' wmhi 98 A ilk Mmr LAM m mm m V. } EDITOR: Kelsie Harder ASSISTANT EDITOR: Ho ART EDITOR: Larry Wink COPY EDITOR: Pat O ' Dn PHOTO EDITOR: Marlen SPORTS EDITOR: Gary S BUSINESS MGR.:Doem« CIRCULATION MGR.: Ke nk Nuwer ler scoll e Olsen owza sn Filson vin Klink Marlene Olsen Pat O ' Driscoll STAFF: Patrice Bingham, Lonna Burress, Sue Engstrom, Bruce Krueger, Mike May, Jeff Menicucci, Peggy Muhle, Dennis Myers, Alice Nuwer, Al Olsen, Potter Poptop, Stephanie Rid- dick, Robert S. Rules, Joan Sawyer, Bev Smith, Fannie Slan- ders, Eddie Torial. Love if you ' re here you ' re here if you ' re not here you ' re gone Hank Nuwer and Kelsie Harder Potter Poptop 99 ARTEMISIA « 100 M f I Jeff Skelton, editor Pat O ' Driscoll, business mgr. Jon Gast, sports editor Barb Henry, secretary Ermano Siri, photographer 101 H I BRUSHFIRE EDITORS: Bill Baines, Hank Nuwer ART EDITOR: Kelsie Harder STAFF: Kenneth Fay, Anita McPherson, Alice Nuwer, Marlene Olsen, Joan Sawyer, Bev Smith, Larry Winkler. 102 II STAFF: Chief of Police Keith Shumwoy, George Antunovich, Dave Wood, Ed Smith, Paul Martin, Sam Logan, Rod Cullen, Larry Steele, Scott Burau, Ken Ortman, Frank Landes, Joe Nishikida, Desha Doiron, Janice Bria, Paul Duminie, Bill Merriwether. 103 B I £ afe ■v i Parachute Club MEMBERS: Paul Gillespie (president), Tim Demeritt, Steve Sheen, Tom Sorce, Dave Volpi, Moe West. 104 UNR Jazz Band MEMBERS: Chris Crockett, Mike Delage, Larry Machado, Ken Lillo, Paul Lenz, Dave Hoxie, Bob Hanford, Brian Adams, Tom Bridges, Ray Ritch, Art Affonso, Bob Affonso, Cheryl Johnston, Ken Stern, Sue Chaney, Laurie Gauthier, Bill Sawyer, John Shipley, Ron Enos, Steve Self, Tony Savage. 105 STUDENT GOVERNMENT 106 To understand people, I must try to hear what they a re not saying, What they will never be able to say. John Powell ! 107 Terry Reynolds, President ASUN Officers 108 Vida Dietz, Vice-President Finance and Publications Karl Hahn, Vice-President of Activities 109 ASUN Senate SENATE PRESIDENT: Steve Ranson SENATORS: Ken Achurra, Pat Archer, Joan Baker, Linda Bowman, Meredith Chevreaux, Garth Colweli, Steve Kent, Dave Leonard, Tom Mayer, Mike May, Bill Mecham, Lou Mulligan, Barbara Pagano, Gina Phelps, Tyler Sheperd, Steve Shuss, Brad Stone, Ron Yee, Anne Zappettini. ' - i no I ' ve discovered the best way to entertain a senator — sit down and listen. Adlai Stevenson 1 11 112 Publications Board (above) MEMBERS: George Caudle, Meredith Chevreaux, Garth Colwell, Cris Cufflin, Vida Dietz, Daemon Filson, Kelsie Harder, Steve Kent, Lou Mulligan, Pat O ' Driscoll, Steve Ranson, Jeff Skelton, Ron Yee. Program and Budget Committee (above, left) MEMBERS: Pat Archer, Garth Colwell, Vida Dietz, Karl Hahn, Cris Cufflin, Steve Kent, Brad Stone, Tom Mayer, Pete Perriera, Terry Reynolds. Finance Control Board (left) MEMBERS: Ken Achurra, Cris Cufflin, Vida Dietz, Dave Leonard, Tom Mayer, Robert McKee, Barbara Pagano, Gina Phelps, Charles Seufferle, Steve Shuss, Brad Stone, Terry Reynolds. 113 ' Among other tasks, the Judicial Council is the disciplinary arm of ASUN i i Activities Board (upper left) MEMBERS: Judy Nash Paul Page Pete Perriera Pat Archer Joan Baker Karl Hahn Linda Bowman Bill Mecham Lee Sanders Mike May Tyler Sheperd Anne Zappettini Associated Women Students (left) MEMBERS: Linda Douglass Nancy Metzger Kathy Sullivan Janette Steele Leslie Gray Michelle Marvel Ellen Wissel Gail Fensky Margaret Hall Vicki Harper Barbie Clark Maggie Warner Sylvia Rockwood Ginni Land Dean Cecelia St. John Judicial Council (above) MEMBERS: Jeff Butler Heidi Robken Rad Eastman Glenn Finch Dave Houston Pete Perriera (adviser) Dean Robert Kinney (adviser) 115 116 I J I ' I ASUN Weekend Committees HOMECOMING COMMITTEE (upper left): Kevin Klink (chairman), Alison Elder, Kristi Lund, Mike Rives, Bob Anderson, Eddie Booth, Ann Campbell, Alex Doyle, James Goodloe, Nancy Hoyt, Cheryl Jorgenson, Randy Kimpton, Jamee Landa- buru, Karen Levy, Dan Loranger, Molly Moloney, Jeff Mann, Pat Morrissey, Conrad Pugh, Cyndee Reed, Eric Schultz, Gary Williams, Jeff Wooldridge. WINTER CARNIVAL COMMITTEE (left): Paul Wilford (chairman), Claudia Allen, Phyllis Bailey, Bruce Beasley, Valli Casazza, Florence Chaves, Thomas Conners, Jodie Cummings, Alison Elder, James Goodloe " , Marsha House, Nancy Hoyt, Linda Kerestesi, Kevin Klink, Hames Landaburn, Linda Lemons, Kurt McCulloch, Mary Mor- com, Kim O ' Neill, Richard Prupas, Janet Wheeler, Nancy Wilson, Bart Williams. MACKAY DAY COMMITTEE (above): Linda Bowman (chairperson), Cathleen Benna, Andy Blea, Charles Boudreau, Margurite Brown, Valli Casazza, Valerie Cooke, Amber Cornelieus, Andie Crowell, Don Dakin, Lew DeWeese, Alex Doyle, Gayle Evans, Cindy Fairman, Dan Garfinkle, James Goodloe, Leslie Gray, Cheryl Guio, Terry Harris, Steve Harris, Pam Heck, Bob Henningsen, Laurie Jensen, Randy Kimp- ton, Sue McCoy, Kurt McCulloch, Beckie Moore, Jim Morgan, Pat Morrissey, Lora Myles, Susan Pintar, Richard Prupas, Conrad Pugh, Rebecca Rose, Roxanne Sayad, Quentin Stanko, Brad Stone, Teri Weaver, Helen Wright, Barbara Vanaman. 117 " H I Cris Cufflin, Business Manager ASUN Staff Peggy Martin-Muhle, Administrative Secretary Patrice Bingham, Public Relations Gladys Enos, Bookkeeper 118 Activities Office Pete Perriera Sally Carothers Dave Kelley Scott Burns Marilyn Wood Tony Vagelatos Paul Gregory Mike Dehnke Pat Thomas Joe Maestas George Plentzas ASUN Bookstore Cris Cufflin, Lela Terry, John Diehl, Julia Mastroianni, Carolyn Canepa, Dirk Hall, Richard Cross, Thomas Davies, Maria Davies, Christine Prentice, Michael Ste- phenson, Bret Stephenson, Louise Sheppard, Deborah Murdoch, Debra Hall, Trinie Erquiaga, Brad Pearce, Pearl Picker, Shari Rifter, Laura Shamek, Patricia Wilson. W I ASUN Banquet Sally remembers President Reynolds receives bullshit fT 120 r SPORTS 122 I HORSE BOOK s 123 r ■ Football Fremont Cannon signals every Nevada touchdown 124 The scene was the University of Nevada, Reno, dressing room early in the 1 973 football campaign. The Wolf Pack had just scored an impressive victory over Chico State. In the excitement of victory Nevada quarterback Gene Watkins exclaimed, " I think we ' ve got a machine. " Maybe UNR wasn ' t a machine, but by the end of the season the Wolf Pack had proved to its Southern cousins and all the fans in Mackay Stadium that it had the best Nevada team in 25 years. 1 973 witnessed for Nevada losses, some of the most disappoint- ing ones ever suffered. Three losses came on the road at San Fran- cisco State, Santa Clara and UC-Davis; the other was a Homecom- ing setback to Cal-State Fullerton. But the good news for Nevada fans was the seven victories, ground out by a Wolf Pack team of character that managed to bounce back from defeat time and again. There was the last-sec- ond victory over Boise State, and the all-around team effort over Idaho State. But the greatest triumph in Northern Nevada was the victory over Mike Thomas and his rebel teammates. The team showed its truly unique character, when, after quarter- back Gene Watkins broke his ankle in the middle of the season, it united under the direction of Jim House and Jack Fischer. Dave Clapham, Wolf Pack Offensive tackle, was selected third team Little All-America, while Ernie O ' Leary garnered honorable mention. Pack back Mike Balentine was named Most Valuable Player for 1 973. When you put it all together, it was a great season for the Wolf Pack. Artemisisa salutes coach Jerry Scaftini, his staff and all the players. Best Season in 25 Years Nevada Opponent 28 17 33 38 59 14 48 10 23 6 19 San Francisco State 31 Sacramento State 10 Chico State 3 Idaho State 14 Portland State Santa Clara 27 Cal-State Northridge Cal-State Fullerton 17 Boise State 21 UC-Davis 17 UNLV 3 125 w r w The Team Abajain, Rich Balentine, Mike Beale, Tim Beltramo, Ron Bordigioni, Tom Boyd, Steve Brimm, Gregg Bybee, Bern Clapham, Dave Clements, Bert Clune, Dan Coffin, Doug Cosgrove, Bob Costello, Mike Damele, Rick Davies, John Davis, Russell Donohue, Mike Doss, Brad Dudley, Bob Edwards, Glen Fisher, Jack Gans, Jeff Gomez, Sidi Granucci, Mark Grouwinkle, Greg Hales, Mike Hill, John Hostetler, Jim House, Jim DB Howard, Robert RB James, Hank LB Kendricks, Gary RE Kenny, Paul LB Kolesar, Tom WR Kristinat, William OG Kunkle, Joe LB Lee, Charlie OT Lewandowski, Mike LB Long, Chris DB Lowe, Bob LB Marotti, Bob LB Menath, Kyle Nuti, Ralph WR Nader, Scott DT Newhouse, Greg OL Norman, Charlie RB O ' Leary, Ernie DT Olivero, Tom RE Parola, John DL Pearson, Jim QB Post, Larry OL Prochaska, Ed RB Puccinelli, Rich RB Rippee, Mike DB Robinson, Ryan LB Sallee, Mike DE Schiano, Ralph OG Senini, Steve QB Smit, Don DB Starett, Junior LB LB Stevens, Casey DL TE Thomas, Buzz DE OT Tremain, Chuck LB K Waasted, Dean OT TE Watkins, Gene QB DE West, Bob OT K Westfall, Joe LB LB Wierzba, Bill DT DT Wolf, Roger C RE Zenovieff, Mike DE COACHING STAFF: OL Jerry Scattini OG Jack Eatinger DB Keith Loper DB Tom Reed DT Steve Lopez RB Barry McKinnon WR OG OT C RB LB DB OL DB DE RE RB 128 Assistant coach Tom Reed Assistant coach Keith Loper 129 IMP 1 32 , H w k., , u -iWT 1 134 y _ Bfl m. V B 1 ? i « ? % 1 4 f ! X 1 B 1 IK A BB » 1 ' 1 PJLJMPI 135 Basketball 1 V i Coach Jim Padgett - ■4 w y wr- " I think we had a tremendous year. I feel the victories over Stanford, LSU and the two over Santa Clara were beyond the wildest dreams of Wolf Pack fans. " — Coach Jim Padgett The remainder of the season was uneventful for the Wolf Pack as the team finished on the losing end of the record, 11-15, with a 4-1 record in the WCAC. The season was highlighted with the selection of center Pete Padgett to the All-WCAC first team, the first Wolf Pack basketbqll player ever cho- sen to the league ' s " dream team. " Dave Webber was selected for the all-conference second team. Marvin Buckley became the 1 Oth round draft choice of the Golden State Warriors. -. V fl 5 I - I My ■Ty -- y 1 cEy ' lit " t • r ■ The Team THE SEASON: 11-15 (4-1 OWCAC) ( — league game) UNR OPPONENT 76 Stanford 99 LSU 58 Idaho 61 Gonzaga 75 Utah State 95 Sacramento State 81 Portland 82 UC-Davis 76 Houston 70 San Jose State 83 Chico State 83 St. Mary ' s 66 Seattle 70 Portland State 73 USF 103 Santa Clara 66 UNLV 57 Pepperdine 79 Loyola 73 UNLV 55 Santa Clara 67 USF 84 Seattle 72 St. Mary ' s 72 Loyola 75 Pepperdine 69 86 68 75 89 70 73 72 90 65 75 84 80 76 92 89 74 74 80 87 53 85 72 87 80 72 TEAM MEMBERS: Barrett, Jack F Brittain, Bud F Buckley, Marvin F-G Davis, Greg G Dillard, Chalmer G Larios, Mike G Lattin, Don F Mardian, Mike G Mulligan, John F-C Orum, Dan F-C Padgett, Pete F-C Schmidt, Joey G Verigan, Steve G Webber, Dave F-C Wilder, Tony F Head coach — Jim Padgett Assistant coach — John Legarza Frosh coach — Bob Emihiser Manager — Mike Peterson 6 ' 4 " 6 ' 4 " 6 ' 4 " 6 ' 4 " 6 ' 2 " 6 ' 3 " 6 ' 5 " 6 ' 2 " 6 ' 8 " 6 ' 8 " 6 ' 8 " 6 " 4 " 6 ' 2 " 6 ' 8 " 6 ' 7 " 144 - I I 145 Cross Country RESULTS: 1 st — Northwest Invitational 1 st — Nevada Cross Country Carnival 1 st — Pleasant Hill Invitational 1 st — Nevada State Journal Jog 1 st — Biola Invitational 1 st — Fresno Invitational 1 st — Southern Idaho Meet 3rd — Oregon State Invitational MEMBERS: Banta, John Brown, Bruce Brown, Ed Christensen, Kevin Clary, Luther Cross, Richard Dagg, Mike Denmark, Chuck Falla, Keith Gesiriech, Steve Gonzalez, Gilbert Hall, Steve Hernandez, George Imbert, Terry Kriz, Doug Martin, Arnold Menet, Hans Meyer, Richard Mortimore, Jeff Steinbom, John Swift, Dave Tibaduiza, Domingo Trachok, Richard Williams, Bruce Coach: Jack Cook Managers: Dave Lake Bob Miller linn ruin ■!■■§ f I • •• ' - ' • • " " ■ ■-. •• - - . V ... %? V tsssaa 8L V, rap S 147 Boxing i TEAM MEMBERS: Schellin, Pat Bottari, Paul Schuster, Dave Clapham, Dave Souza, Frank Crumley, Newt Temkin, Tom Dolak, Mike Vumberleri, Bob Irwin, Jake Wrede, Duane Laca, Gary Coach Jimmie Olivas Morgan, Bob Asst. Coach Pascucci, Gene Pete Wisecarver Paul, Doug fjM Hk 148 Results: Nev. Opponent 3 California 6 7Vi Mare Island 2Vi 6V 2 California 3V 2 3Vi Chico State 572 5 Chico State 6 3rd in CCBC Championships 149 if Skiing 150 151 V I 152 UNR skier Maurice Palermo in perfect form 153 i 9 u The Underrated Sport atUNR Track RESULTS: Nevada Opponent 112 Fresno Pacific 121 Southern Oregon 98 UNLV 128 Montana State 122 Chapman 118 Whittier 116 Fresno CC 100 Chico State 69 Boise State 1st — Weber State Invitational TEAM MEMBERS: Bass, Richard Brown, Ed Buffington, John Christensen, Kevin Clayton, Dale Clary, Luther Cross, Richard Dagg, Mike DeRicco, Al Demosthenes, Don Dolak, Mike Eardley, Jim Flogstad, Kristen Ford, Issac 42 21 52 20 14 18 20 52 85 Gonzales, Gilberto Hall, Steve Hancock, Virgil Henderson, Mark Hernandez, George Imbert, Terry James, Nathan Juarez, Bernard Koch, Bjorn Kriz, Doug Lake, Dave Lemaire, Louie Martin, Arnold Menath, Kyle Menet, Hans Assef, Fred Nuti, Ralph Reck, Terry Spain, Steve Spencer, Hilary Smith, Craig Smith, Doug Tibaduiza, Domingo Tyler, Joe Williams, Bruce Coach Jack Cook 154 LEFT: Don Demosthenes breaks record. 155 156 : I 157 Tennis TEAM MEMBERS: Dolgoff, Louis Ellis, Mike Everson, Jeff Gardner, Bill Melberg, Phil Ramos, Kyle Schuler, Ken Sturtevant, Mike Wood, Tom Wright, Bob Coach Bob Fairman 158 Results OPPONENT Fresno State L— 3-6 Boise State W — default Sonoma State W— 6-3 Montana State W— 7-2 Montana State W— 7-2 Weber State W— 9-0 Pacific W— 6-3 Pacific W— 7-2 Montana W— 7-2 USF W— 9-0 San Francisco State L— 2-7 Sacramento State L— 3-6 Stanislaus State W— 7-2 Stanislaus State W— 6-3 Pacific W— 8-1 Santa Clara W— 9-0 St. Mary ' s W— 9-0 St. Mary ' s W— 7-0 WCAC Tournament 3rd place 159 160 TEAM MEMBERS: Ayarbe, Vic Baskins, Rich Bonaldi, Lou Boone, Jeff Churchfield, Steve France, Pat Marsenich, Mike Maupin, Doug Pascale, Rick Smilaneck, Phil Verner, Dennis RESULTS: NEV. OPPONENT 460 Sacramento St. 452 402 Cal Poly-SLO 407 398 Sonoma State 417 408 Southern Oregon 421 416 Chico State 401 411 Stanislaus St. 421 TOURNAMENTS 5th WCAC 23rd Stanford 4th Chico 7th Northern California ! I Golf 161 J ■ ' J Baseball TEAM MEMBERS: Austin, Clarence Bail, Ron Colton, Stew Damele, Rich England, John Fisher, Jack Fisk, Don Gowans, Steve Henley, Mike Henry, Carl Hodsdon, Paul I H Jamison, Rich Staley, John Jensen, Mike Stonefelt, Keith Kendrick, Gary Sumner, Rob Kolesar, Tom Tiehm, Jerry Lewis, John Torres, Mike Meagher, Don Tucker, Rich Menath, Mike Walters, Lyle Osborne, John Wood, Bob Phenix, John Riley, Mike Coach Barry McKinnon Riley, Tim Rocca, Mike Senini, Steve 162 ! UNR 1 4 12 7 7 7 8 9 7 17 4 8 3 OPPONENT UC-Davis UC-Davis Sacramento St. Sacramento St. Chico State Chico State SF State SF State SF State Stanislaus St. Stanislaus St. Humboldt State Humboldt State Humboldt State St. Mary ' s St. Mary ' s St. Mary ' s 4 5 4 2 2 3 3 3 4 6 8 7 4 4 5 3 UNR OPPONENT 4 UNLV 12 UNLV 1 UNLV 8 Cal Poly SLO 7 Cal Poly SLO Cal Poly SLO 1 Cal Poly SLO 7 Stanislaus St. 8 Stanislaus St. 4 Loyola 5 Loyola 16 Loyola 1 Pepperdine 8 Pepperdine 7 Pepperdine 5 USF 6 USF 2 4 10 7 5 5 9 1 1 4 3 4 9 4 4 5 UNR 10 13 15 3 1 10 4 9 1 16 7 5 OPPONENT USF Chico State Chico State Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Reno Silver Sox UC-Davis UC-Davis Sacramento St. Sacramento St. UOP UOP UOP 3 6 14 4 15 5 6 14 8 15 8 14 4 4 SEASON RECORD: 29-19 163 m m i • s 164 I I 165 JP I RESULTS: Oregon 2nd Eugene 1st Chico 1st Hayward 1st Sacramento 2ndn DGWS Optionals 1st Sacramento 1st NAICA Conference 1st Dist. 8 Regionals 1st Collegiate Nat ' ls nth Gymnastics 166 TEAM MEMBERS: Flicia Record Beth Morgan Little Big Bod (Janet Biaggi) Shirley Atkinson Marilyn Cobbs Beth Huftley Colleen Hall Diane Douglas Ellen Menkes Arlene Hirshman Barb Clark Holly Bastian Charlene Thomas Marie Smith Coach: Dale Flansaas 167 L i JZff Women ' s Basketball RESULTS: (6-8) NEVADA OPPONENT L UC-Berkeley W Santa Clara L Hayward State W Santa Clara L Chico State L San Jose State L Humboldt State W Santa Clara W UC-Berkeley L UC-Davis L UC-Davis W Sonoma State W San Francisco State L Sacramento State L ' _ _■ .- I 168 Women ' s Volleyball Women ' s Softball Resu iltS: Resu Its: NEV. OPPONENT NEV. OPPONENT Fresno St. 2 25 Hayward St. 11 2 Stanislaus St. 3 UC-Davis 2 Sacramento St. 2 7 Chico State 1 2 Stanislaus St. 21 Sonoma State 9 Chico State 2 13 Sonoma State 6 Hayward State 2 4 Sacramento St. 14 San Jose State 2 12 UC-Berkeley 5 2 San Francisco 2 UC-Berkeley 1 1 Sacramento St. 2 2 UNLV 2 Santa Clara UC-Davis 2 3rd place — Fr-So Tourn. 169 ■ 170 1L 1 Intramurals 171 I u « +9» ' tJmn ■ { 172 173 J. 174 T 1 Artemisia Athletes of the Year Chosen by vote of UNR coaches NAME: Dave Webber AGE: 21 MAJOR: Business Administration RESIDENCE: Sacramento, California AWARDS: Second Team All-WCAC Conference basketball team; Wolf Pack Most Valuable Player— 1972-73, V3- ' 74! Doc Martie Outstanding Senior Athlete Award winner — 1 974 NAME: Paige Johnson AGE: 22 MAJOR: Art (Journalism minor) RESIDENCE: Atherton, California AWARDS: Most Valuable Player on UNR Women ' s volleyball team — ' 72, ' 73, ' 74; Starter on women ' s volleyball, basketball and softball teams all four years that she participated 175 photo rendering of oldest building on campus, Morrill Hal — since 1 896. « I I i j ADMINISTRATION 176 Marlene Olsen 177 Dean of Students Roberta Barnes Cap ' n Bob Associate Dean of Students Robert Kinney 178 m— ASSISTANT DEANS OF STUDENTS: Cecelia St. John (left); Karl Keeler (below); Pete Perri- era (bottom). « 1 • r K William Morris Nedra Joyce Board of Regents Marold Jacobsen, Chairman Chancellor Neil Humphrey 180 I ■d of Is Louis Lombardi, M.D. Rev. Joseph Kohn 181 JL A letter from N. Edd Miller I want to take this opportunity to express to you my deep and heartfelt thanks for helping to make my eight years in Nevada the most memorable years possible to anyone. It is an understatement to say that I have enjoyed working with the University of Nevada, Reno, students during this period. I have seen much change, and most of it for the good, in these eight years and I congratulate you on making this change possible. You and your predecessors have accomplished much for this uni- versity and you have supplied Mrs. Miller and me with so many memories of fine things that we will always be grateful to you. You have our warmest best wishes for great successes in the future and much personal happiness. Thank you and god speed 182 I James T. Anderson, acting president for 1 973-74 Max Milam, new president fall, 1 974 183 m r i Alex Dandini, Marshal Henry Hattori, Controller i ickSloo ■ ild Mon Ed Pine, Vice-President for Business Sam Basra, Dean of Community Relations K Ed Olsen, Director of Information 184 M ck Stookey, Asst. Dir., Dick Dankworth, Dir., Summer Session ld Morehouse, Director of Libraries r Jack Shirley, Dir. of Admissions Brian Whalen, Physical Plant Dir. Dick Trachok, Dir. of Athletics I ' :.. ' .. 185 Selected Faculty Dr. James W. Hulse As a history professor with a journalistic background, it only seemed natural that Dr. James W. Hulse should be chosen to write a centennial history of the University of Nevada. Born in 1 930 in Pioche, Nev., Dr. Hulse earned a degree in Jour- nalism at UNR. His interest in history began with the U.S. Army in France. He devoured books on European history, and when he returned to the United States, he enrolled as a graduate student in the UNR history department while working as a reporter for the Nevada State Jour- nal. In 1 961 , Dr. Hulse received his Ph.D. at Stanford, and three years later, he returned to UNR as a history professor. Dr. Hulse is the author of four publications. His most recent book is " The University of Nevada: A Centennial History. " It will appear during the University ' s centennial celebration. " Learning is the most important enterprise a person can under- take, and helping others to learn must be the most rewarding pro- fession of all, " said Dr. Hulse. " It is a privilege to be in this profes- sion; I prefer to call it the learning profession rather than the teach- ing profession, and to share with students and colleagues the adventure of making new discoveries. " 186 tf Dr. Kathryn Duffy Kathryn Duffy, S.J.D., is the only woman professor of Business Law and Real Estate at the University of Nevada. Born and educated in New York, Dr. Duffy taught in the East and practiced law in New York for 1 3 years. She came to Nevada in 1 957, accepting a teaching position tra- ditionally held by men. Dr. Duffy is the first woman to hold office in the American Wom- en ' s Business Law Association. She is listed in " World ' s Who ' s Who of Women, " " Who ' s Who of American Women, " and the International Scholars Directory. She is organizer and adviser to the on-campus chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, the business fraternity. She is also on the College Busi- ness Scholarship Committee and directs a real estate program. " I like my students, " said Dr. Duffy. " I enjoy making them think and I feel my responsibility is to guide them and make them do the work. I get a great deal of joy knowing a student has performed to his capacity. " 187 I r " Dr. Baldev K. Vig When the Department of Biology hired Baldev K. Vig, Ph.D. in 1 968, he was its first geneticist. In the six years he has been at UNR he has done extensive lab work in cancer research, published over 40 works and kept a full teaching load. Born in West Pakistan, he received his doctorate from Ohio State University in 1 967 and was associated with the Children ' s Hospital in Columbus as a research cytogeneticist and genetic counselor. In his lab research, Dr. Vig discovered that caffein is capable of causing genetic damage which may lead to cancer. Dr. Vig is chairman of the Academic Standards Committee and a member of the Admissions Board. He also belongs to several national and international professional societies. This coming school year, Dr. Vig will serve as lab researcher in Pullman, Wash, while on sabattical leave. He was awarded the Donald F. Jones Post-doctorate Research Fellowship for this work. " I love teaching, " said Vig. " I ' d go crazy in a few days ' time if all I did was research. What fun is it if you don ' t give your knowl- edge to others? " I 188 Dr. Eleanore Bushnell When the Political Science Department became independent of the College of Arts and Science in 1 963, Eleanore Bushnell, Ph.D. was appointed chairman. She is the first woman to hold this posi- tion. Dr. Bushnell is from Seattle, where she received her Bachelor ' s degree from the University of Washington. After obtaining her doc- torate from the University of California, she taught in Washington and California. She came to Nevada in 1 956. Dr. Bushnell ' s field is American and constitutional government. She has a strong interest in Nevada politics. " I ' m proud to work for people I have confidence in, " she said. Dr. Bushnell has written three books, including two textbooks. Her fourth book, " Impeachment, " will appear in the fall of 1 974. She serves on the Constitutional Committee for Western Political Science Association, the Tenure Committee of the College of Arts and Science and the university Centennial Committee. In 1 970 she was honored as " Outstanding Political Scientist of the Year " by the Northern California Political Science Association. Dr. Bushnell believes the best teaching requires current material and notes. " The students respect this quality, " she said. " And it makes it worthwhile to work hard. I have respect for what the stu- dents are doing and for the material. " 189 J H HONORS 190 V 191 Phi Kappa Phi Willard R. Adams Mildred M. Amis Pauline M. Anderson Janet P. Argo Edward L. Ash Alice L. Babcock Demetra A. Barbash Lynne Bennett Renee J. Bohman Cathy J. Cantrell Christine E. Carlos Joan M. Cole Thomas A. Collins Charles W. Cooper Kevin M. Dinwiddie Linda C. Dunwoodie Karlene L. Edwards Michael Ellis Glenn M. Finch Charles W. Fox Ann M. Frank Larry A. Frank Joanellen Franzman Barbara A. Gallagher Michael J. Garcia Linda G. Gastanaga Margaret A. Glodowski Cecily A. Goldie Janet E. Gordon Denis D. Graham Alan A. Gubanich Diane Gustin Joanne A. Guyton Kathleen M. Hanneman Despina M. Hatton John E. Hill Joe R. Hollen Eugene L. Holm Rene C. Howe Kenneth P. Palmer Kay Hutchison Eleanor Phillips Joyce Jones Phyllis B. Kaiser Kevin T. Kavanagh Linda J. Kerestesi Randall A. Pyper Ann Ramelli Dawne Rice Ronald J. Rose Laura E. Kersten Sheri Lou Russell Marlene E. Killion John G. Santoro Karen Kozimbo Mark Shonnard Janet K. Ladd Elizabeth 1. Small Shook Tsang Francis Lai Carolyn G. Larsen Carolynn 1. Smith James G. Smith Laurie 1. Larson Leslie S. Smith Shirley Lauri Michelle D. LeBeau Charles M. Spencer Rebecca A. Stafford Ronald L. Lohman Caroline C. Stewart Marcia A. Mancuso Donald E. Stone Claire A. Marks Brian E. Martinet ■ ■ 1 Sheryl L. Stosic Donna L. Swafford Patricia A. Matzoll Donna D. Swanson Marilyn A. Meiser Mark D. Meiser Charles R. Thompson Mark D. Torvinen Teresa Melarkey Jeffrey Menicucci Ruth E. Miller Deborah Y. Tracy Patricia A. Trent Mark M. Vietti Mary A. Morgan George B. Mowry Hugh R. McMullen Judith R. McNelly Karl R. Walquist Gary R. Warren Lynefte Watne Annette F. Whittemore Rose M. McNees Steven C. McPherson Wai Chiu Ng Helen M. Nurss Carol O ' Brien William A. O ' Brien IV F. Harvey Whittemore Bruce D. Wiggs Kathryn E. Wilkens Myrna S. Wilson Gerald K. Wong Susan Woodward Michael J. O ' Carroll Ronald J. Olsen Darlene Oxoby Darrel A. Wright, Jr. Thomas Shu-Fong Ying Stephen S. Young 192 Cap and Scroll Vida Dietz Barbara Gallagher Kathy Pappas Betsy Small Sherry Straine Dana Davis, adviser 193 it Shauna Scanlon Homecoming Queen ond Court Kay Lane ,» Sue Sheehan, queen 194 196 V " • • V 1 « • 197 im Ma Mackay Barbara Gallagher , 198 K aifc ' ry t r I 1 ' Military Ball Queen Dee Barbash 199 J 1 974 Rodeo Queen Clayre Tipton 1973 Rodeo Queen Joyce Warwick I 200 Who ' s Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges Jill Marie Atkinson Linda Ann Douglass Theresa Cecilia Hall Robert Joseph Hollen Ray John Mann Cathryn Patricia Pappas Steven Robert Ranson Terry James Reynolds Carmen Patricia Castle Kenneth Mark Achurra Colleen Anne Austin Margaret Meri Kent Barbara Lynn Pagano Gail Lynne Ramasco Elizabeth Irene Small Robert James Almo Florence Mary Chaves Meredith Jones Chevreaux Sherry Scott Straine Mary Anne Zappettini !! i 201 J ACTIVITIES 202 IL ' $ J 203 m N. Edd Miller Day 2 On October 1 7, 1 973, the Associated Students and state and local dignitaries payed tribute to N. Edd Miller, one of UNR ' s most popular presidents. He left Nevada for another administrative post in Portland, Maine. 204 205 Jf H .1 ..■ Norman Mailer 206 Mac Mucked Up The first concert of the year (Fleetwood Mac) was canceled at the last minute. The people waiting outside got roudy. LEFT: A wor- ried promoter attempts to calm the crowd. BELOW: An over-enthu- siastic fan. 207 ■ Camel Races 1 973 208 209 J UNR ' s streaking season began the second week in March. Some of Nevada ' s interesting epidermal attacks included streaking through a panel discussion on obscenity and morality, streaking down Virginia Street, coed streaking, the first brother and sister team, and the one pic- tured here — streaking through central campus. Streaking ■ .» 210 J I w mm f? mmm r w Danish Gymnastics Team 212 Homecoming 213 " 99 Years of Beer at the Wal " J I } m K, f 8 m$ ' M 1 7 ♦ 5aSf 216 f - 217 Ji 218 Arts Crafts Show 219 William Proxmire Arlo SV f 222 Nevada Repertory Company 223 224 Blood Drives 225 if «, »-.- -«-.-. ■ . " »!■ " •: «•■» ' -• • i 3 UNR Rodeos 227 if Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen New Riders of the Purple Sage 228 229 230 Clark Kerr 231 Grateful Dead 232 LEFT: Jerry Garcia BELOW: Fans on hillside They ' re the Dead and I ' m grateful ■ » i Senior Citizens ' Day 234 UNR Hosts 235 Winter Carniva Winter Carnival chairman Paul Wilford (center) watched over all affairs. ' " ■■ 236 The T-shirt contest (opposite page) was a success. 237 if 238 Boz Skaggs 239 Foreign Language Controversy YOU HE LI EVE FOREIGN LANGUAGE COURSES SHOULD HE OPTIONAL, SIGN THIS PETITION 240 241 Tl Chinese Presentation 242 The guess-the-weight-of-the-squash contest Ken Achurra bears it. 243 ■ ' ■;•- i " - - ■:-:■■.:■ ! Stone Ground 244 Tower of Power . " ' : . v " ' ■ ill Ik S; i 1PP IP H ■v. VST vflL. BM k. HHrJ ' f f ' J ftrk Jl Ps 245 ASUN Elections UPPER LEFT: Mike May, a winner. UPPER RIGHT: New president Tom Mayer gets congratulated. RIGHT: Fallen campaign signs. 246 iSlililill Arts Festival g ■ ' i J 247 LEFT: performance with 20 pounds of spaghetti 249 Mackay Day v k $ A ■ m .. .. . ffl w$ ,. 250 . 251 Commencement 1974 Vrt . v . - . i as © -5tf What are you going to do when you graduate? 252 m Have you ever tickled a cow? 253 I SENIORS 254 255 rr u c £1 h Ken Achurra Bob Almo Janice Anderson mj i ' -:-.,:--, JmSM Louis R. Ash : .-. Jill Atkinson .1;.,, Richard Atkinson Colleen Austin Joan Baker Sheila Bell r Craig Bohmont 256 Training z everything. Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education Mark Twain I Lou Bonaldi Scott Bradley Teague Breslin Dawn Brown Laurel Busch . x Ralph Capurro Mist Carter Kress Cave Don Cecich Meredith Jones Chevreaux 257 u Jim Chivers Ken Christean WN! V l! lM Gerald G. Christopherson Eugene Chun I have a message for the youth of America — when someone comes to you and says, " You have a lifetime contract, " say, " Thank you, but will you please put it in writing? " Sid Gillman Mark Clabaugh Barbara Clark Judith Clemison Thorn Collins Jeanne Conelly David Cowperthwaite Dale Crabtree 258 John H. Davis Bill Day Wesley Dela Cruz John Diehl Lorraine L. Dominguez Robert Edwards Mario Domini • ••• .••.-•.•-•••••. -.V •■•.•..■■.■.. Robert Eikelberger ■•:■ Linda Douglass Peter Emmons I i Susan Drennon V Richard Ensele 259 Y,, Marcus Erling Nancy Etchemendy Marty Filippini Derrill Finch Glen Finch Melinda Finch i 1 Noel Finnigan Jo Ann Forman " I only took the regular course, " said the Mock Turtle. " What was that? " inquired Alice. " Reeling and Writhing, of course, to begin with, " the Mock Turtle replied, " and then the different branches of Arithmetic — Ambition, Distraction, Uglification and Derision. " Lewis Carroll David French JoAnne Fuller Barbara Gallagher Dan Gallian 260 Pam Galloway Gail Giavia s £1, I Debbie Gladding Cindy Gunn Ken Harriman Karen Harris Marsha Hause Linda Henderson Barbara Henry Marty Hernandez Adelma Hiett 261 we i Ron Hilbig Dale Hiidebrandt Joe Hollen Dan Horgan Vs 1 Chris Horton Clair Hughson Joan Jensen Joseph Jensen Cynthia Johnson Lynn Jones Ron Jones n cw " » Robert D. Joslin 262 u Jay R. June Raymond Kim Michael J. Kirkland John Klodie Jane Klotz Susan Krogh Douglas Lee Linda Lemons ! David Leonard Jan Leonard Dennis Level Ignatz Levinger Write or come back, before I forget what we both look like. John Logan 263 I I a m Kay Lipe Kristi Lund Molly Moloney Maurie Manning William McDowell Susan McElroy Sue McFarlin Pat McGough 264 Dick Lundblad Mike Macartney The comprehensive publi an institution in which the class children alike fine if they do not escape to th( behavior patterns prized bj class and imposed by it as c norm of conduct and mora Edgar Z. Friedenberg set b lb vo lb Karen McGwinn Beverly Mensini U school . . . has become 1 lower and upper themselves held hostage values and the lower middle universal judgment. i 1 Nancy Metzker Debbie Miller V I Dve Orsen Jennifer Miller Maria Moiola William Mumpower Barbara Pagano Martha Mitchell Linda Morris Richard Oliver Michael A. Patmas 265 K Ron Penrose Gina Phelps Elov J. 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