University of New Mexico - Mirage Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)

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Three students run Over several facts before a 'test 1 I X V V T ff1 Q O in ' f-v , ' ,H A' 3 ' ,B 'QW V:.JLffy5 Ly ii,,4,'fQ! -949 f if f 'V' , . . , N ,- . - ' for 21 date' xk zu: Maud Dams play Cmbbage 111 the Several Marron Hall g,1l1S Plepale M ,S dorm X L ff.. the en Mrs. Vaughan hands out a. hot dog af .Q vis students create with clay. , . .- - . ' ' dorm- , M , I a Lunch tll'I1Q occupauon m the Men S Dwys 1 me Men s Dorm basement. X x f . if, J 5 A! JV ! Q1 'Q gle rj L in - .LM , . i V I . 5 ' ' A fl: ,Q ,- 'fnfWMWWDWVT Q.J1ffJ7 Lf JJ il? ey' JI: -L Four ' act . - - . Ive p2l1tlC1IJ21l'lJES ln SL1lmloM.y' Two Students I 1 M 16 -' " Y f. , - . . dxmg MOYTI SLLIKIIQS, uutsulu the 111J1'n1'y. afj Hel - - , , theT pel Hfnegmundl and two f"I'ifJI'lClS plepzwe for Oy Dance, .. Q g,e 1 .k,,,k . I m-fT W? i ..x x -.Mg .fggi,,::g,2A-,g,. 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I !'1 I 11 i 'iiitvizz WH' V liffli'l'1'li'l' , 1111511111111 PATRICIA WILLIS NORMAN NORMAN NIJ' X4 I .NI-11 NIJ.-XII, ,X'I'WA'l'Ell AVANT BABE , HARNETT BARNHART 1.11 Nll11111'11-1'11111- Illinois lrlziho L35 C1-uqeg Albuquerque ll1in0iS I ' :Qglillllw Music l:I1l111':1Iio11 Home Economics Journalism Civil Engr. Mech. Engr. X' U- 5- C. 1' Home Ec. Club KA ASCE SC , lf1"1'PP14vf Press 011111 NMSPE Khafllll , .V NVardroom Society PTUS-"SCm0r L 'N -WWW V , , . - , il ii Il, 1 , , ,V V 1. yi! -LA ' 'ATTN rf. V A A N 1 5 f Q " 1 1 I-1 ' . ' ,,V, Lirff my 1 , L-11 . , I ff ,I C gg. I xwV.,,MVF-'E' 'Hg ,- My 1 xxx A :I " - 4, A wg' A Y- f' H: Y 'L'-,...J ,.. H Q ,121 1 23 11 113. i -fzrg. aaa gg 11 I ii im!-."'i 45' jfs. 1 151, V WWII is , ,v- 3: X Y. 11' A Vvv-e I ,' . 1 V Q 11 .ix eaaw- QFEI i 1-r.. ..'f7312 , i.,V Q, in I . .- -, fx,-1-, ., .-.-1. . L it if ,XM . ,X :ii - ' 'W is ski, ,J I Xe A5 'LL' X, 2 kg ivy i I K l . , , .. :I W i -mf - ' Q! Ui .-QV 5 Q IW-. Q I T, ' 'ff051z5fi'5i9,f.1 ,ff 1, V- Lp HEA NZO iuerque 2 Economics H Onncron Phi US ERSON E-'0 ZY ITT vlvania Qellenic Pres. S. AN HART Engr- Senior C5255 l 'ii PHILIP BARNHART Albuquerque English Kappa Mu Epsilon PAUL E. BEAVERS Ohio Electrical Engr. DSP IRE AIEE NMSPE MELBOURN BERNSTEIN Albuquerque Biology AEP CHARLES R. BLACK Albuquerque Electrical Engr. BERT BARNS Albuquerque Bus. Ad. SAE Delta Sigma Pi FRANK R. BECK, JR. Denver Geology JEROME BIDDLE Quemado Anthropology KAT Anthro. Club CHARLES BOETTCHER Albuquerque Enyrineeringx DONALD D. BARR Ohio Electrical Enxgr. BYRON BEDDO Albuquerque Biology BARBARA BIGBEE Encino Biology ACO Student Senate Boots 8 Saddles ROBERT R. BOONE Albuquerque Government SC ll l CONSTANCE BARRETT Oklahoma Home Economics MARY ETTA BELL Albuquerque Education KKG Mortar Board Pi Lambda Theta XVESLEY BIGNEY Massachusetts Bus. Ad. Ski Club EUGENE BOX Cincinnati Bus. Ad. 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JOHN CHAMBARD . MILTON CHAVEZ . LINDA CHESS . MARILYN CHRISTY . . HUGH CHURCH . . MERLE CLARK . . LEMAE CLISBEE . . . VIRGINIA COCHRELL . . MOLLY CONLEY . . GREG CONOLLY . . BETTY JANE CORN . . JERALD COSPER .... MARY ETHEL COUSLAND HELEN COX ...... TERRY CRAIG ..... LETITIA CREVELING . . . GENE CROOK .... ALLEN CULLEN . . GISELA CULTRERI . KEN CURRENT . . BERTE H. DAHL . . JEWEL DALTON . . LULA DALTON .... CHARLES W. DANIEL . . E. W. DAVENPORT . . DIANE DAVIS ..... DIANE LUCILE DAVIS . JEWELL DAVIS . PAT DAVIS .... DOROTHY DEASON . EMILY DESOTO . . BETH DICKEY . . . EVERETT DILLMAN . BILL DILWORTH . JAMES L. DIXON . . DOROTHY DODGE . . JEAN DOUGLASS . . . ROBERT V. DOUGLASS . JOAN DOWNEY . . . FRANCIS DOYLE . . DONALD DUCOFF . . CAROL DYSON ..... O. ROBERT EDMONDSON ANN EGGERS .... SANDRA EGGERT . BUS. AD. Asls BUS. AD, EDUC. A8zS FA A8zS EDUC. FA ENGR. GEN. A8zS - A8:S - A8zS BUS. AD. . EDUC. . EDUC. A8zS A8zS . EDUC. . ENGR. . . EDUC. . EDUC. FA . AKLS BUS. AD. . EDUC. . GEN. . EDUC. A8zS GEN. . EDUC. . A8:S BUS. AD. . EDUC. . EDUC. GEN. A8:S FA . A8zS . A8zS BUS. AD. . A8zS . PHARM. AGLS GEN. . ENGR. . EDUC. A8zS ASLS FA A8zS . EDUC. . EDUC. 58 BARBARA ELLIOTT . JACK ENNS . . . NANCY ERBE . - JOHN A. FARRIS . . JEAN FEAK .... KEITH C. FIELD . . BARBARA .Jo FISHER . JAY FISHER .... EDWARD FUEGERALD PAT FLECK ..... RUTH JOAN FLEMING GARY FLINT .... CONNIE LOU FORBES . JUDY FORD .... B. L. FRANCIS . . . GLORIA JOY FRANCO . MERRILL H. FRANK . ELISSA FRAZIER . . ANNIE FRYAR . . ROBERT FULLER . A. S. GALLEGOS . ROD GARRETSON . MARY GARVEY . . ROBERT GASTALDO . DAVID GELIEBTER . NORMAN GENTA . . DON GEORGE . . . ROY GEORGIA .... RUTH IRENE GERDIN . JIM GLEASON .... LEE ROY GOETTSCHE BILL GRANT .... NOEL GRANT . . . SUE GRAY . . . ROBERT GREEN . JERRY GRIFFIN . ROBERT GRINSDALE . MIRIAM GRISWOLD . FRANK GRUVER . . JOHN P. HALE . . BETTY JEAN HALL . GENEVIEVE HALL . DIANE HALLBECK . . CARLA HALVERSON . MASAO HAMAKAWA . MARGARET HAMILTON MARION HARDIE . . . WARREN HARDIN . . CURTIS F. HARDISON . MOLLY HARDWAY . . JONE HARRINGTON . WM. WAYLAND HARRI TOM HARRIS . . . . EDUC. . PHARM. . A8zS . ENGR. . BUS. AD. .- BUS. AD. . . A8:S . . EDUC. . . BUS. AD. . . BUS. AD. . . A8zS . A8zS . FA A8zS . A8zS . . EDUC. . BUS. AD. . FA . EDUC. . . PHARM. . GEN. . EDUC. . BUS. AD. . A8zS 1 FA . EDUC. . EDUC. . ENGR. . . EDUC. . CEN. . . ENGR. . ENGR. . A8zS . BUS. AD. . A8zS . ENGR. GEN. AKLS . A8zS . PHARM. A8zS FA . . EDUC. . BUS. AD. . . GEN. . . A8zS . . EDUC. . BUS. AD. . . EDUC. FA AKLS NGTON . ENGR. ENGR MYRNA JEAN HARRISON - 1 A8zS 59 'NYY :Nw 'V 4 'T' wri- Al ! , . Aa- .1 .V ,H v.6f:Mff,.',f' :,. -. ' X .47 WZ! "if V , ls iffy Ura 1' f wr 1 2 Z M 1 Q 7, f Q5 ' . 742 f X JW! fl ff iaw if 1 EJ- 7' 49, If ff , 1 , , Z! G . I if 6' mee' 5- XI ra A . JUG' 0-X E7 'Ox PIPEX ,sv- X rm' .,'N 9346- 6 , in 15" of-C S,- .vii NORMA HASKEW . . KYODA HATIME . JOANN HAVEN . . . LUCILE HAYNES .... JAMES H. HEBERLING . SUSAN HEFLIN . . . BOB HENDERSON . DON HENDERSON . JAMES L. HENRY . B. D. HENWOOD . . . MARJORIE HESTER . MIKIO HIGA .... MARTHA HILL . JOHN HILLIS . . . MARTHA HILLIS . . . JOHN HINTON .... SHIRLEY A. HOCHREIN . SEISHIRO HOKOMA . . . . ELMER HOOTEN .... AUDRE CAROL HOPSON . BEATRICE HUBBELL . . MADGE HUBBELL . . NORMA HUGHES .... . BARBARA HUNTINGTON JOANNE HURST . SUE HUTCHISON . . CAROL HUTTON . . DON HYDER ..... . ROBERT' INGERSOLL . . . THOMAS INNERBICHLER SUE IZARD ..... JAMES G. JARAMILLO . . JOHN JASPER ..... . BARBARA JENSON . . MARVIN G. JOHNSON . . . S. P. JOHNSON . . . SUZZANNE JOHNSTONE HELEN C. JONES . . . FRED JORDAN . . FRANKIE JUDAH . DENIS JUNGE . . . RALPH KAISERMAN . HIDETARO KANASHIRO PATRICIA KANE . . . KENNETH KATTER . . DEBBIE KEEFE . . CONNIE KENDRICK . JOHN R. KENNEDY . JOHN W. KEPNER . PAUL DEAN KERN . GEORGE KIMBALL . KEN KIYUNA . . . PATRICIA KLASSEN . RUTH KNILL . . . EDUC. GEN. GEN. FA LAW AKzS ENGR. ENGR. GEN. AKLS A8zS GEN. EDUC. A8zS FA A8zS A8zS GEN. ENGR. FA FA ' EDUC. GEN. EDUC. GEN. PHARM. EDUC. EDUC. A8zS PHARM. BUS. AD. GEN. ENGR. EDUC. EDUC. ENGR. EDUC. ASLS A8zS A8:S ENGR. PHARM. GEN. GEN. BUS. AD. FA FA AKLS EDUC. A8zS ENGR. GEN. FA BUS. AD. 60 LAROY KNOTT . . ENGR. PRISCILLA KOHL . . ARS NAQSHI KORIYAMA . GEN. FRANK F. KRETEK . BUS. AD. TRIS KROGIUS. . . ARS ALLAN KURMAN , BUS. AD. DON LANFORD . . GEN. ALISE LANGSKOV . BUS. AD. MARY LAPAZ ..... . A8zS ROBERT LEMMEL . . . . BUS. AD. LOUIS RICHARD LEURIG ARS WILLIAM R. LEWIS . . . . BUS. AD. JIM LINICK ..... ENGR. ROGER LOFTFIELD . . ENGR. FRANK LOVE . . . EDUC. WILLIS M. LUMRY . ENGR. JEAN LUTTRELL . FA VERNON LEWEKE . GEN. .IEANIE MacKELLAR . . ARS DANIEL C. MACKINNIN . GEN. CAMERON MMTAVISH . . ENGR. BONNIE MacWHITE . . . EDUC. NORMA MANATT . . ARS ROSE MARIE MANDAN GEN. JOHN MANIAS . . . ARS DON MARKSBURY . . ARS GEORGE T. MARTIN, JR .... AGS JOSEPH DONALD MARTINEZ . GEN. MINORU MATYOSHI . GEN. JERRY MATKINS . . ARS RALPH MATTEUCCI . BUS. AD. MARY MAULE .... . EDUC. WAYNE MAXWELL . . . ENGR. BILL MAYNE .... FA JAMES MCBRIDE .... . ENGR. ROSS A. MQCALLISTER . . ENGR. BARBARA MCCLINTOCK .... PHARM. MICKEY MCDUFF . . . . FA FRED MCCRACKEN . . . ENGR. CAMERON MCKENZIE . . ARS BARBARA MCLEEN . . . FA THOMAS L. McSWINE . BUS. AD. MARY MCWHORTER . ARS R. B. MEEK ..... FA HAROLD J. MERCER GEN. JEAN LOUISE MILLER ARS PATRICIA MILLER . . ARS YUTAKA MIYAGI . . GEN. MITSUTERU MIYUKI . GEN. H. MONTGOMERY . . AGS REDONDA MOORE . . EDUC. PATSY MORROW . , EDUC. DON MORSE . . . BUS. AD. KAY MOSHER . . GEN, 61 EUNICE MULLIN . ROY MOUNDAY . . NANCY MURRAY . . SUE MURRAY . . KAY NAIL .... Y0sH1o NAKATO . . HERB NATIONS . SUE NEIBEL ........ NANCY NESBITT . . ROBERT WALTON NIC JANCIE NUSBAUM . GERRY OBRIST . . CHOKO OHAMA . MARY OLGUIN . . . DON OLSON .... ALBERT A. ORTEGA BENNY ORTEGA . . BONI ORTEGA . . . JASPER ORTIZ . . TOSHIO OSHIRO . PEGGY OWEN . . JACK OWSLEY . . RON PAGE . . BILL PANSE . JAMES PARSONS . SALLIE PAYNE . NANCY PENCE . MERCEDES PEREZ . BOB PERRY .... DOROTHY L. PETERS RICHARD L. POWELL CAROL RAMSEY . . JOHN G. RAMSEY . MAXIE READ . . ALICE REYNOLDS . NANCY REYNOLDS . BOBBIE RICHARDS . GLEEANA RICHARDS HARRIET RIEBE . . WM. D. RITCHIE . . DONALD ROBERTS . ROMAINE ROCHE . RODNEY MYER . JASON ROGERS . . HOWARD ROGOVIN . STEWART ROSE III . BETTY SUE ROSS . TOBY ROYBAL . . RICHARD RUDD . . NORALEE RUMBAUGH . . JERRY RUSSELL . . MARY RUSSELL . . WALTER RUSSELL . CONNIE SANCHEZ . PHARM. GEN. EDUC. A8zS EDUC. GEN. EDUC. EDUC. BUS. AD. BUS. AD. A8zS A8zS . GEN. PHARM. . GEN. . . . PHARM. BUS. AD. BUS. AD. A8zS GEN. FA . EDUC. . EDUC. . PHARM. . GEN. BUS. AD. BUS. AD. . EDUC. . ENGR. FA . ENGR. AGLS . A8zS BUS. AD. . GEN. GEN. A8zS . EDUC. . EDUC. . A8zS BUS. AD. A8aS BUS. AD. BUS. AD. . EDUC. . A8zS . EDUC. . EDUC. . ENGR. . GEN. BUS. AD . EDUC . EDUC A8zS 62 LORETTA SANCHEZ . BARBARA SARNQUIST TAKASHI SAWAMURA SUZANNE SCHMIDT BILL SCHNEDAR . . MARJORIE SCOTT . BILL SEESE . . . HARRIET SHALIT . KUNIO SHIMANE . JACKIE SHLEPPEY . NORMA SHOCKEY . C. L. SINCLAIR . HARRISON SMITH . JANE SMITH . . . MARY ELLEN SMITH . . OLIVIA SMITH . . . RICHARD SMITH . . RICHARD L. SMITH . KAY SNELL .... JOSEPH A. SOULTS . . . RODNAY SPAFFORD NELSON A. SPRAGUE PATTY SPRINGER . ALAN SPRINGSTEAD KAY E. SPURLING . LARRY SQUIRES . . KAY STANER . . . NOLAN T. STEPHENS ROBERT STIFF . . GLENN STOLLER . JOAN STOLTING . . CAROL C. STONE . GEORGE ANN STONE JUNE STRATTON- . DEE STRICKLAND . JOANN STRYKER . WILFRED N. STIDMAN DOROTHY B. SWAIN EDWARD SWANSON KOJI TAIRA .... HAROLD V. TALLEY MILDRED TARPLEY KATIE TAYLOR . . VERNON M. TAYLOR THOMAS JOSEPH . JUDI THOMPSON . ELEANOR THORNE . GARY L. TIETJEN . GEORGE TIPPIN . . SHIRO TOKUMINE . MARCH LEIGH TOWNSEND . FRANK TYRA . . . JOHN M. USRY . . FELICE VAN WYK . 63 GEN. A8zS GEN. EDUC. BUS. AD. EDUC. PHARM. FA GEN. AXLS EDUC. PHARM. EDUC. EDUC. FA A8zS BUS. AD. A8zS A8zS EDUC. . . PHARM. BUS. AD. . . A8zS . PHARM. FA GEN. FA . . . GEN. . . AKzS BUS. AD. A8zS FA . . . EDUC. . . EDUC. FA A8zS A8cS A8zS . . A8zS . 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DAVE WARREN . GERTHA WARREN . NEIL WEAVER . . . MICHAEL WEBBER . . GARY WEBER .... CHARLES WEBSTER . DONNA SUE WELLMAN WILLIAM E. WEST . . BOB WHITE ..... OLIVER WILEY . . . JEANETTE WILLARD . BEVERLY WILLIAMS . DAVID WILLIAMS . FLOYD WILLIAMS . FRANK WILLIAMS . HOWARD WILLIAMS . MALCALM WILLIAMS . JANIE WINKLER . . . EDWARD WOEHLECKE JOHN H. WOOD . . . HERB WOODS .... ALICE WOODWARD . . MARY ANN WOOLMAN BARBARA WRIGHT . . LOUISE WRIGHT . . . SOLOMON WUGALTER AGARIE YASUHARU . EDUC. ENGR. GEN. A8zS GEN. EDUC. A8zS GEN. BUS. AD. PHARM. ENGR. BUS. AD. GEN. ENGR. GEN. . ENGR. FA GEN. A8:S . A8zS . ENGR. . ENGR. . A8zS FA BUS. AD. . EDUC. . ENGR. . A8:S . EDUC. . GEN. . EDUC. BUS. AD. . GEN. 64 M. M Ng if UUA. .. LQL.. .J EV 'fx r, f 1 X ,N XL , , uh J C H31 L 1-K fl A N Rf WC' J f .L ru v ' Q L' , L Lf -1 U L I f 1 V VCE' . J J f ' f" 1 K k.,,,, J ' ' 1 1 VJPH' iw L f 1. 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The Student Spirit Committee was formed this year to plan pep-rallies, team send-offs, and other spirit-raising functions. fs I 1 S 1 .x faculty crrrvpau-uv -,P - - ...,., iq 'QYSSSNS X ES 'X Q1 X 1,1 X-li XSQ r. mg ff il 1 H . l l k l X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 ' 1 '1,1 1 1 - 11 C , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111, 1 L.. NO - K yx rffxxx 35513525-1: .....-.- "gil" 3 :Z Ng QNX H E W? Q QQ N vii .M Nik Q Wm X wx 2 'SYM i X Ss gy 3 R i 'fx X- . Eg EF -' X.,:g.5 X ' 'fi .5722 :HY A fiQf.5'S'y ,uf-: T , x .owygsizk " 1rc"g-'QQEigij.3:'Q,? 1 : 11:1 If Q --:ez-,Wg-,,:., X x 1 1 ' x X SHERMAN C. SMITH Director of Student Aifairs F F-151-3 K, EJ x . 5f, HOL! vi: -X xv'-'Aw ' -. .T . ww ,F iiwwcielmlci X leo-pwslduxm HOWARD Y. MATHANY Dean of Men LENA C. CLAUVE Dean of Women 833 KATHERINE SIMONS A3xdD1iI1iS't1'2TfiVG Assistant, Gl'2NlLlHJCQ School fdwfwv , . DR. iu UXxAl'lU F. KNASTI 1 111k Umm. G 1'zuluz1l c S6110 ' 1 ll.-XellOll,D O. BIRD .XlSSlSl'llll' Dem Colle' le' 4 , ,K , age of cl Sciences X 1' A " l . Qfellu al L ollebe THOMAS C. DONNELLY Dean, College of Arts and Sciences General College PROFESSOR VY. VY. HILL Head, Anthropology ffjcpimmxncm DR. EDWARD F. CASTliTTii?II' Head. Biologry De1m1'm1Qnr DR. J. T.. RIEBSOMEIZ Head, Chumistry IJQl7U.l'tINQl1f DR. JKULIAN S. DUNCAN Head, Economics Dcpufhucxdut, DR. T. M. PEARLTE Head, Enfzlish Dopurtmont DR, STUART A. NORTHRDP Head. Gcology Dopzmrtment . 1 E 1 1 I I . i . W x d 1-. f 'f,fifx',f".iii'7 J. 'wh N L V ill H11 KX frm-zzi if I4 ILS5 Haw II mx llwm 1 1 HI' NHQQYIQI. .IH X 1. 'J 1 X !I1Hx ..,f.f1f,X J.. U f 4 I1 .-.ff fllf In 4 I U 'f fm N DR. F. M. KERCHEVILLE Head, Modern Languages Department PROFESSOR HUBERT ALEXANDER Head, Philosophy Department PROFESSOR VICTOR REGENER Head, Physics Department DR. GEORGE PETERSON pg Head, Psychology Department ,U :Ek E1 4 .QQ 15' 5 .ff , - 2 Wm .!,- 4 63' 'Jill f , , gil 1 .K N N 9-A 1 4 . 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J 4 .gm 1 ml , M -f V sz f :-, X . ,f 1' ,Qs E .QW .z X .X K 'ww x!?f:'.e" 1 A H wif! .. , Ma ...xblbv-,..X .T P1322 2? Wy, X .J ,, . 1 . Q '.. 51 MARSHALL E. FARRIS Dean, College of Engineering PROFESSOR ARTHUR BAILEY Industrial Arts DR. THOMAS T. CASTONGUAY Chemical Engineering DR. A. D. FORD Mechanical Engineering ,Af-s,." f . s - ,. x-,Ric-1.2. 'HX f'f'f.'-2 2. fl ,w-Iv, 45.52551-N A nfqifrvff A i '.-H'-1.. ' " ' l ,mf 2 . -5, . ."', T 4 A 5 A ,Lg Yi . , XJ ' SN, .,. . - Q :ggi-r-fiixir ff-2'-Q., A N5 A .A A g. . . Q H ., 'Axim-"V X. 1 ,Q Q- S +346 wc' 1 ' . ,ze X,-3.-X' f ,.1 'YS 1 R - ' :ff A - A A . fs we 13 K . 5 ,.-Q35-gifglli!,,k..?jflZ i Y i n Y 5. Q 'iq mil q-Tir 5 x-4 xxx :H N .gs x F LLL.. -4 A my S PROFESSOR JOHN HEIMERICH Architectural Engineering DR. RALPH TAPY Electrical Engineering DR. VVILLIAM WAGNER Civil Engineering i"N x HXHD E 1 Vk X awe' '39 A li 1 +45 K 1 i Lk w-P ,. if ,T:'1"? . 1' ' . kms. 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BOWERS Dean, College of Pharrnaoy ALFRED M. GRANUM Captain, U. S. Navy, NROTC JOHN L. PARKER Colonel, U. S. Air Foifoe, AFROTC J 1 L -- , -- f'f-1-Yfvwvr'--f-F UR. cgi. xf. WICKEIX English i ' 5 -...- v i i A ,ix LA-xg.: Xxnn I ii mwixiziizii 5 wi iw 'i iii 4...?.X -,Y A ,A ,. A ' ffjffg,.,f1...f- jf DR. B. M. CRAWFORD .N Education 77 fax 1' ffm-ff A R' in K: ' Aff i in 5 ' Q? iii '51 .7 R..-, f x 1' ,, ,, IR, ,,.,, ,,L, 4,41 1 Qiiiiff, .D 1 . .,, DR. A. R. LOPES Q . . HPI Spalqlsh X . 'ii XC X 41 X.-. .jg X.'. 3? WST". ' Ni K , A ...- js , - , EX ' Q A X Qs l4F.Vgggi5?-3 ' iv ,L . A Rf. -. A. --.'. 4- ' 5 - V - Q Jil, l jfgyii f ini' 'J 1' 1' L 'A , R ' -- , W M h .. M FQ-.5-gdgjiggfgefff' M " R - LT. WHITE XROTC XJ-x.x, xx X 4 K V ,nn X X XX X N- MR. W. J. PAR ,Wx 'x ' -5 QX R X xx xx , I '. ISH Business Ad- S i 92 . 3 v A Y . MISS BETTY BRAHAM Assistant Dean nf XVon1e11 MR. POQR E F1116 A-X1-t 93 "x Uh. ll, .gnwmx LX XIC ll :K IIN 1 gl 1 I Q 15- A m 0 J .,- -- Y 1. W - V' 5 ,M b , . J, ...Mi MR. C. RIGHTLEY Mechanical Engl: ww 'F I N 111 N QQ. U13 Lc mgg'hu1 L tml i5l,.iZx,L.1U55 I organizations L ed 6 x W i 4 i . .idiiiifksiwnfzbifzz-Q-,-1-nag, Mortar Board, national senior Women's honorary society, is composed of members chosen on a basis of scholarship and participation in campus activities. During the past year, Mortar Board had charge of the election of the Homecoming Queen, sponsored the mum sales at the Homecoming game, renewed the marriage course, promoted Stunt Night, gave a tea for junior Women, and performed the "Hanging of the Greensi' at Christmas. Mortar Board OFFICERS President: M. Ange Vice-president: B. Grenko Secretary: K. Kepner Treasurer: P. Perkins SITTING: B. Eager, B. Grenko, J. Henrie, P. Perkins. STANDING: M. Ange, K. Kepner, N. Fraser. . . H uhs SECOND Row: R. Cox, R. Hammershoy, J. Passeretti, R. Stephenson, C. Weber, G. Campbe Khataii is a men's honorory with the purpose Of furthering the traditions and customs of the Univer- sity. Membership is extended to those jL1I1i01' alld senior men who have distinguished themselVf2S ln some phase of campus activity while maintaining 3 high scholastic average. Khatali ushered at football games, the Home- coming Queen's presentation, aids in orientation of freshmen, and offers a 3-300 scholarship based OU need, scholastic standing and personality to a s0ph0' more, junior, or senior man. 1' - f K 'u, i 55, 32 -1: . f 4' pbell. Spurs, the national honorary society for sopho- more Women, has been one of the busiest groups on campus. They have sold programs at football games and ushered at social functions, helped register stu- dents at the beginning of semesters, and ushered at the Homecoming Queen's presentation. They assisted with campus drives including the World Students Service Fund, and the United Students Christian Fellowship drive. In addition, they gave a party and food to the Juvenile Delinquent home as a Christmas project. purs OFFICERS President: N. Cass Vice-president: D. Oleweiler Secretary: M. Mitchell Treasurer: S. McBride : N. Rh , L. C , J. J k' , P. R , L. D k orth, B. Matkin, G. Radosevich, B. Andrews, L. Wong, J. Troxel, I. Urbach, B. Michael M Hull MdziElru11i?WB. Bourbcdiii, P. Biinird, Ml3nMbrfliaughlirtiJ?6gISC0ND Btldzwvy B. Sommers, C. Elliott, B. Cunningham, B. Goss, J. Cox, F. Flook, N. Gass, P. Higliluniiiii J. Jelinek, D. Jelinek, S. Trangmar, D. Olevveiler, M. Mitchell, S. McBride, B. Wilson, M. Jones, D. Hawkins. X 4 ff fi, . ,fr pf wwf 2, 'E Y FIRST Row: R. Neff, H. Seligman, P. Myers, E. Errante. S OFFICERS President: D. Reynolds Vice-president: J , Park Secretary: D. Agnew Treasurer: L. Langdon Vigilantcs recom Row: D. Reynolds, C- Crawford, C. Gay, L. Langdon, J. Park- Vigilante members are selected from the fresh- man class by Khatali, senior men's honorary- They are chosen on the basis of scholarship and extra- curricular activities, and form the sophomore. h-OHOT' ary society for men. It is the duty 0f'V1g1lante members to Work with Khatali, aid incomlrlg fliesh' men men to become acquainted with the traditions, rules and customs of the University, and to encolult- age extra-curricular participation. This Year, vii' lante also ushered at football games and t 9 University Program Series. -100 s The Delta Tau chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was organized on the UNM campus in 1947, as a service organization. A few of Alpha Phi Omega services to the university community are: starting a record library, obtaining the U.S.S. New Mexico bell, re- storing the cabin at Paako State Monument, aiding at registration, obtaining the Christmas trees for the library and the Student Union Building, pro- moting the Campus Chest drive, putting up lu- minarios, and assisting With the card stunts at football games. Alpha Phi Omega OFFICERS President: R. Colgan V106-President: J. Goldstein Secretary: R. Sturtevant Treasurer: D. Logan FIRST Row: J. Levine, W. Fellers, R. Norman, A. Singer. SECOND Row: D. Logan, R. Canfield, J. Goldstein, R. Colgan, E. McKeg, R. Sturtevant. THIRD Ro Kidd, H. Wright, L. Pearsall, J. Zutavern, W. Hoy, J. Lackey, J. Keler, R. Langford. FOURTH ROW: T. Ashlock, J. Thompson, R. Allinger, D. H t vanus, J Imrie R. Syl Fmsr Rom R Fellerw R Buergm A Boeghn F Sisneros J Taglxarmo A. Singer, H. Honig, R. Hinds. SECOND RQW: P. McCracken, R. Artley, C Gasslg um C Cnmplmcll D Om: C Marxani A Mottola J Burke THIRD Row Dr. R. L. Ferm, H. Ford, D. Brown, C. Renwick, R. George, M. Ingle. A- 1121118111 The student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers was established at UNM in 1947. It was ofiicially recognized and granted a charter on June 10, 1949. The organization aims to stimulate the interests of students in chemical engineering and p1'OII10te their Welfare as prospective members of the PTO' fession. Monthly meetings are held, with speakers on technical chemical engineering topics, m0'Ci011 pictures, and illustrations. 102 fs? . f. , , Pie. 1. L- il : SSO- D. A. I. E. E. OFFICERS President: R. Gifford Vice-president: W. King Secretary: P. Richey Treasurer: H. Nikolakakis The American Institute of Electrical En- gineers Was founded in 1884 to advance the theory and practice of electrical engineering. The student branch conducts monthly 1 meetings inviting lectureres to attend. I. R. E. OFFICERS President: 'W' Hsvde Vice-president: J, Sullivan Secretary I J. Zitnyar Treasurer: R. LaBarge The Institute of Radio Engineers was or- ganized at UNM in 1948 and is dedicated to the science of radio communications and electronics. FIRST Row: A. Engguist, W. Wells, P. Beavers, P. Zagone, W. Toothman, C. Black, S. Dodd. SECOND Row: L. Cooper, W. Myers, R. Gifford, J. Sullnnn NX , Hyde, R. LaBarge, H. Nikolakakis, P. Richey, P. Dubroi, R. Christy, N. Vallery, A. Errante, Prof. J. Ellis, J. Hollinrake, G. Montgomery, J. Valle ll Row: Prof. R. Tapy, R. Merrit, D. Barr, G. Shaver, J. Cejka, W. Stotts, J. Johnson, A. Arpaei, L. Downs, J. Giles, J. Zitnyar, G. Fowler, G Gnd W. King, Instructor J. Reiff. Imsr Ron T Niex er B Fepzan R Santamaria R Kayne J Jimenez, A. Genta, B. Coxe, E. White. SECOND Row: W. Benton, R. McDougall, C. Kolstencn I Inr xc- X Tohn on D Cnmpbell N Barnett M Cottrell D Fleming THIRD ROW: F. Thomas, R. Stephenson, S. Fong, W. Killerlain, R. Cashion, A Gordon R Irn t I Rnd J NN 'lllllT1KtOTl P Jlmenev VV Donnellw B Compton Prof. Wagner. The American Road Builders Association is a national organization of civil engineers. It was es- tablished at UNM several years ago. The group holds occasional business meetings at which time business is taken up or lecturers give talks on various civil engineering topics. ARBA occasionally gives a joint social function with ASCE. The national organization supplies the local chapter with literature pertaining to road building and 'CO civil engineering. 104 The student affiliate of the American Society of Civil Engineers aims to advance the sciences of engineering and architecture in their several branches, improve the professional future of its members, and to aid the exchange of information between men of practical science and the establish- ment of a central point of reference and union for its members. Activities for the year have included monthly meetings With lecturers, raffles, and inspection trips about the state. .S. C. E. OFFICERS President: E, Ellis Vice-president: E. White Secretary-Treasurer: R. Hamilton FIRST ROW: W. Benton, B. Salazar, R. Hamilton, J. Hernandez, R. Santamaria, J. Jimenez, E. Ellis, R. Kayne, R. Mitchell, B. Coxe, E. White. Sl-:Comm Kms li Hollander A. Gordon, R. McDougall, A. Johnson, S. Fong, B. Fegan, D. Campbell, A. Genta, D. Fleming, R. Cashion, L. Archuleta, M. Cottrell. Timm Ron Meyer W Killerlain, C. Koistenen, F. Larivee, J. Reid, P. Jimenez, H. Tavsanli, R. Canedi, N. Barnett, R. Reiser, J. Leverton, H. Campbell. FOURTH Ron NX Schroder F. Thomas, G. Beck, R. Stephenson, C. Henry, J. Ladio, R. Ernst, C. Bingham, J. Fuller, C. Butz, W. Donnelly, B. Compton, J. Wadlington B Ruth ardson J Puckett, H. Nagel, D. Logan. 5 .l lm 1- li it- Mr, V..r11s1...'lt, 'l', ll.-ndfr-nn, II. .-Xnih-rsnn, ll, Li---, It. linili-y, R. Sturm-v:m1. SECOND Row: L. Painter, B. Brown, G. Warlell, A. .Ianim 'IH H H I QVKHFI fp, yyhil.-, .l, Vliznlxste-r, l'. XXX-In-r, .l. lim-ln-rlinif, G. lluslvla-r. OICI4'If'ERS The Beta Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi was Presiclent: YlC0-Dl'CSltlClll SCCl'0t2ll'j'I T reasu re r 1 lpha installed at UNM in 1947. The national fraternity was founclecl in 1904 at New York University. The chapter has one professional meeting each month at which time a business man lectures to the mem- bers. The fraternity holds one social function each semester, and this function consists of a dance, 21 banquet, and an initiation. Beta Alpha Beta Alpha local honorary accountlng SOC16ty QFFICERS was organlzed on Aprll 21 1950 It hopes to become P a member of the natlonal honorary Beta Alpha PS1 Vresldent T Hendelson The yearly program lncludes a monthly bus1 S166 presldent G Stemman ness meetlng and a dlnner meetmg Wlth speakers ecretary B Goodlum There are elghteen members 1n the group Mr Com Treasurer J Lluy stock IS the advlsor FIRST ROW J Lllly C Lee P Corey J McCracken S Klwltt J Yoakum W Cecll T Henderson J Proctor G Stemmann SECOND Row B Goolrum P Frankenfeld W Norwood F Comstock R Cook -Li fs jN,'i l ,4- ag , 1 rs rv is i l lflnsr Row: W. Scott, .l. Dc-nn. R. Willis, C. Nvilcox, L. Moon, G. Greive. SECOND Row: W. Gulowsen, W. Reynolds, C. Tucker, R. Hershberger, E. Driscoll J Wolfizill, l-I. llommv. Timm Row: G. Blade, J. Rynn, Mr. Hnuswnld, R. Wasson, B. Foraker, W. Storey, R. Gordon, Mr. Harmeyer, R. Clark. OFFICERS Head Master: R. Willis Senior Warden: C. Wilcox Scribe: J. Dean Treasurer: WY Scott Delta Sigma Pi The Gamma Iota chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was installed in May, 1949. The chapter takes part in many activities: con- ducts a program of speakers from Various business fields and takes tours through local plants and fac- toriesg participates in campus politicsg and plans a full social program for members. ff , 0 NI f W W f Z 2 W ? 5 f l iw ff fa ,fi Q , Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathemat- . OFFICERS ics fraternity, was founded in 1931. Its aim is to P , provide a society for the recognition of outstanding iiesldentf W- F-a1'1'iS . - - Vice-president: G, Krause achievement in the study of mathematics and to S t . further the interest of mathematics for undergradu- Tecre My 'O G- M0Htg0m9I'Y ate students. reasurer' H' Rogers Faculty members and visiting speakers appear for lectures and discussions at monthly meetings. FIRST Row: G. Vincent, B. Farris, G. Montgomery, J. Zitnyar, W. Rogers. SECOND Row: Dr. Hendrickson, C. Briminstool, H. Nikolakakis, T. Tinoco, J Puckett, F. Barnett. I 4 4- -rf v. 'J C, 11. I-'msr Row: .I. Gullowuy. J. Weaver, J, O.lu, li. Weaver, J. Ross. SECOND Row: E. Sobol, R. Vessey, J. Frasier, J. O'Shaunesey, W. Guthrie, G- Hoeft. J SUN-lfl XY. Htblllvll. J. Uuilcv. 4 F .,1 I l l 4 1 i 4 l i i 1 1 7.4, OFFICERS President: J. Miller Vice-president: R. Vessey Secretary: E. Weaver Treasurer: A. Galloway appa Psi Kappa Psi is a professional pharmacy fraternity. Its purpose is to make better interprofessional rela- tionships among pharmacists during and after graduation from college. Kappa Psi's one main social function during the year is the annual spring dance and banquet in honor of the graduating seniors. All alumni of the College of Pharmacy are invited to attend. Sigma chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the national honorary history fraternity, Was installed at UNM in 1936. The purpose of Phi Alpha Theta is to pro- mote the highest standards of scholarship among students of history, to foster a permanent interest in history, to foster a spirit of fellowship among its members, and to provide a medium for the presenta- tion and publication of historical research. Activities for the past year include: round-table discussions, reading of research papers at meetings, and the annual banquet and initiation proceedings. Phi Alpha Theta OFFICERS President: T. Gal-Za Vice-president: T. McLaughlin Secretary: B, Ream Treasurer B, Ream FIRST Row: T. McLaughlin, A. Riley, B. Ream, Dr. Longhurst. SECOND Row: M. Matkya, J. Hagy, J. Elam, T. Garza, G. Kenyon. Y. X ! 4 1 X' 'v i . af ,W ,i M Zhi- fi 1. gi ,. J! '32 :Q A, . if i --1 M ,. J 1 W. I . ms. mm: mr. .Jones-Burdick, Dr. R. B. Johnson, Dr. Castetter, B. Woody, L. Fritz, M. Roeder, J. McKinley. SECOND ROW: D. BergS5r0IB,ttE11ie1w'llLamS E r Armstronxr, J. C. Donohue, D. Widner. THIRD Row: Dr. W. J. Keston, J. Furchner, V. Parrino, R. Clothier, M. Garrett, Dr. H. . 1 - r 1 lIolT, G, Steinbnuk, Dr. Fleck, P. Crook. OFFICERS Alpha Nu chapter of the national honorary bio- P, - , . logical society, Phi Sigma, was installed April 21, lesldent' J' MCKIHIQY 1935 Th f t 't ' t rsons interested , 11 O 8 Secretary. Armstrong S FS, 9I'1'l1 Y 1S ODS p 9 s v l I l 1 Q 4 -fun Treasurer : F, hi Sigma Viquesney in biological research, both students and faculty- Besides being an honorary society, it is a vvorking guild of scientists, and gives an opportun1tY for better Work in biology. In addition to reglllafly scheduled meetings the society invites a series Of lecturers, and has several social events including banquets. 112 Phi Mu Chapter of Phi Sigma Iota was installed in April, 1948, at UNM. The society encourages high 7 scholarship, individual research, and the furthering bpm ,f '22 of friendship and understanding between this coun- :? V' X try and those speaking Romance languages. Faculty members, graduate students, and honorary members are eligible to belong to the group. ' 'f zu gms Phi igma Iota OFFICERS President: J , Tomling Vice-president: Dr. W. DeJongh Secretary: Y. Armijo Treasurer: F. Kleinman 'V" R M B ks, G. Cline, B. Fernandez, S. Jordan, F. Kleinman, J. Tomlins. THIRD Ron ,. 1 S. D. Mx h , T. G uegos, R. Huerta., A. Davis. SECOND ow: . mo ' FIEIFILIESZY1, L. Barrbvi',aVnSl. Mosgey, P. Lunardim, Dr. Lopes, J. Burns. , . I E Q ' if 3? 2-DC' Y -c G? 5 5:15 E 1 W6 -35-' 3 1 J 4 1 I l 1 , ' T E an lmore L Wyman, R. Roberts, S. Cook. BACK ROW: L. Gutlerrez, P. A1'H0t, MTS- R any o ges M Menaul D Maddlson D Pack G Pxttard, M. Schmldt, J. Steen. Alpha Mu chapter of Pi Lambda.Thef-21, hfmorafclsl organization for Women in educatlon, rece1Yedt.1n charter in 1939. The purposes of the organ1zalO ar t ' e o develop fellowshlp among Women 1n educat10H and to stimulate scholarship. 114 Pi Tau igma Pi Tau Sigma, national honorary Mechanical OFFICERS Fngineermg fraternity, has 'as its object the foster- President: C. Hurlbut mg of high ideals of the engineering profession. . . . . . . Vice-president: R. J enness P1 Sigma chapter was established at UNM in Secretar I A F h 1948. The chapter sponsors a study hall With library y' ' u S . . . . . . Treasurer: F. Burton facilities, maintains an honor roll for the two leading sophomores of each class, yearly recognizes the most outstanding freshman, and in general strives to pro- mote the Welfare of the Mechanical Engineering students. IRST Row: W, Denison, W. Da.ve1npIc1rt1TJ. Peterlsionelal Glelllll. EUECENII3 Rcgviga J. Neely, A. Weiner, Prof. A. W. Reger, B. Martinez, O Robles. THIRD Row P Q A. D. Ford, J. Wade, R. Trinida , . enness, . enowe , . c oen e . ,QA F i I 1 2 2 i 1 ,,-4 . ............, U. uienn, U. Lange, K. Credle, W. Radzon. SECOND ROW: Prof. A. D. F d J. N '1'umn Row: W. Denison, Prof. R. McDon ld P ' or , eely, W. Davenport, R. Nieman, C- Wilkermg lag! 2 . f. A. W. R , F lt d R. C. D , H. M C ke , A. Weiner, G. Vance, R. Jordan, D- Q me. M. Coltmnn, B. Waller, A. Stone, R. Trilnidadf-OA. Brion, .??eWad2?uJ.y1?usYdi?rFOUR'DH DREW: O.CR1babKles51 B. Martinez, C. Schoenfeld, W. Collier, F W9 Bridrzcs, R. Jenness, D. Robertson, D. Chenoweth. OFFICERS The student branch of the American SOCIGEE7 Qf . ' in rs was or anized at UN 111 P1'GS1Cl6lltZ P. Crockett Qggghamcal Eng ee g Vice-president: C Gaddis ' . . . , . Monthly meetlngs are h1ghl1ghted by student, Sweffllsi. V. Gadchs . . . - d- cussions T1.e.mu.e1,, V Gaddis faculty, or v1s1t1ng lecturers, movies, 1S i tw C n , l ' and refreshments. The purpose of the meetlngs IS 2 acquaint the students with the practical aspectsing engineering and to develop the in1t1at1ve and ablfhy to speak in public. Prizes- are also awarded by 9 organization for various technical papeI'S. . 0 Mo Eg 116 The University of New Mexico Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalism fraternity, was installed in February, 1950, by Palmer Hoyt, editor and publisher of the Denver Post. The purpose of the fraternity, is the ad- vancement of journalistic standards throughout its territory. Social activities consist of co-sponsoring of the News- print Ball with the parent organization, the UNM Press Club. Weekly meetings, with speakers prominent in the news- paper and writing fields, followed by discussion and coffee, are a permanent feature of the fraternity. FRONT Row: W. Van Deusen, G. Taylor, D. Terry, J. Tucker, J. Ermatinger, SECOND ROW Q J W W THIRD ROW: T. Kemper, J. Gill, W. Irvine. 1 A I s r r S l i ! 1 l l l l 4 lr... -vm I 1 I Q: 'A' 1 fr, ,z- ' i ,ckivfggt K N , lfmsr Row: S. Dodd, N. Current, W. King, B. Farris, V. Salazar, P. Fine, R. LaBarge, O. Robles,.B. Martinez, H. Gordon. SECOND ROW: J.R'Ili1iylorj Jialkiglfi l-'. .lnni-s, E. White, B. Bnrrign, R. Fort, A. Enquist, R. Gifford, D. Wipson, G. Montgomery, H. Nikolakakis. THIRD Royvz R. Davenport, G-K 91 91 Larkm V. liutz, W. Donnelly, G. Vincent, W. Hyde, R. George, P. Jessen, Prof. J Heimrich, J. Zitnyar, Prof. R. Tapy, E. Smith, M. Cottrell, R. rause, - IV li. lillis. OFFICERS President : Yice-president: Secretary : Tl'Q2'tSll1'Q1' : S1gma Tau B. Farris E. White P. Jessen W. King Chi chapter of Sigma Tau was affiliated with the national engineering honorary, Sigma Tau, in 1928. Its purpose is to recognize scholarship and DF0- fessional attainment. Membership is selected from those men who rank in scholarship among the upper one-third of the UH- iors and Seniors in the College of Engilleeflng- Membership is also granted to members ofthe fac- ulty and to prominent practicing engineers. 118 Ll ,-1 Student Bar Association The Student Bar Association is an organization QFFICERS for the students in the College of Law. It was formed . at UNM in the fall of 1947, and has a duofoid Plfesldentf D' R- F9W1?1' purpose of being a governing body and a social Vlce-presldenti J' C'R1tCtue organzation. The group holds luncheons at which Secretary: J' P' Chck Treasurer: J. L. Love time a prominent lawyer or citizen is invited to speak, and they also have smokers, dances, picnics, and small, brief, but stimulating concerts. FIRST Row: W. Marchiondo, F. Tharp, F. Calkins, S. Campos, E. Romero, R. Cox. SECOND Row: G. Stevens, L. Ogden, H. Buchanan, R. Rodriguez, J. Dycho, C. Koogler, E. Courtney, J. Ertz. THIRD Row: M. Dailey, R. Streeter, V. Ufert, M. Teter, M. Heggie, F. Jones, R. Schware, S. Fox, M. Fox. Fouurlr Row. T. Dolan, A. Sceresse, D. Sosa, D. Fowler, J. Gurley, H. Walker, R. Denney, J. Heberling. FIFTH Row: J. Donnell, P. Gallagher, L. Hillyer, A. Ussery, G. Neu- mayer, M. White, J. Papan, J. Clark. ffaf".rr4,1f. .. - 'wie 1-K. J-fy 4 1 4 1isS'if1Tf3 - 4 ' " :f71j.' .y.if' , f, ., g I "a,?li2fQ'i".1,, j , .LL .. ., ., . J L 55 H 1 V-4 xi f 1 l n ., Fmsr Row: E. Hill, E. Jackson. SECOND Row: S. Fay, E. Janks, T. Vigil, B. Rivers. J OFFICERS l resident: E. Hill Yice-president: S. Fay Socrotary-Treasurer: E. Jackson Theta Sigma hi This group consisting of Women journalism majors is petitioning for a charter from the national offices of Theta Sigma Phi. They hope to receive this charter this Spring. The group was formed through the efforts of the Press Club, and now holds Weekly meetings to discuss business and make further ar- rangements for the establishment of this national women's journalistic honorary sorority at UNM. 120 Q 5--T 1 1-1 y I l 4 I l ii?i49'94f4 he W .., ,Wf . , W, . 7 5 X X X X Air F orcc Association The Air Force Association Was organized in Sep- tember, 1949, and its objective is to be a social and service organization to the cadets in the Association. The group holds a joint Military Ball with the Navy ROTC and also gives a mountain picnic in the spring of each year. OFFICERS President: B. Clark Vice-president: R. Neel Secretary: D. Evans Treasurer: J. Weir , ' , C d t C l lg R. D ' , C d t Lt. Colonel: L. Endsley, Cadet Major: J. Caylor, Cadet Major.: J. Wethinfzton, Cadet.Majorg B. Clark L ml t l5Iaiili1?in1itiriiTacoilas? Cadecitnllllajorg Jiwiiiinyai lilr., Cadet Major: R. Nagel, Cadet Major: E. Gutierrez, Cadet Major: E. Kunz, Cadet Major. a.,-ff'7" - W- f .A A Sf ,fx H f a. iff! H" .sf -3' ff' ,K iff 'A Z,w,,Mv' K, -'LQ " '-' B' A ' X 'Dx 7' .Y i .V , Q E N 's Q 'o N f'- 5 wx aj? " ., , A . ,', 4 N Iv!- -,- . E-I' , HPV f, mf A -, 431 I W! gi A -F , , SWG 1,16 -me W, NJ Editor BOB COLGAN Business Manager BETTY RIVERS The M1rage I!!-:l,ow: Pnulinc Scknvcc, Isabel Ccllu, and Genevieve Hull pause between paste-ups. ABOVF' AIl'1n Monull and A K A., E.- - 122 , . X Q ruff E .- +1 ,f .' - f 1 Lginzf? - ' " "' . L :M . ,-V QEgg.?,S-:Ex ' "" . Q , ' A X ' . lf.: , , ' if ' "Wx ' x"..vfv A , i s ., f.E . -- . - ssoc. Editor Nancy Gass look over one of Als shots. 123 BELOW! Jerry Levine, Ruth Carmel, and Arnie Singer compare proofs. The UNM MIRAGE is of, by, and for the student body. The 1951 MIRAGE has attempted to present all phases of student life on this campus. We have also placed emphasis on sports, campus life, features, and favorite faculty. ABOVE: Nancy Gass, Diane Davis, and Fred Wong review Fred art work. Society Editor Alice Huston, Bob Colgan, and Nancy Gass pose for the camera of Allan Mogull, staff photographer. KK K ?1 . .Ns zgqsms J, W. WN ,g,.gg.5:gz:3QQ,s 4 4, Q-.QQ X x sz. . il tis ,wg-N 2.2-Q Editor WRIGHT VAN DEUSEN Business Manager PHIL GODFRIED The Lobo Five fine fasticlious Lobo editors and reporters prepare the Lobo for the presses. 32-if o , r -2 rw " L- ff i-5227" ,Vu s N U 125 Sue Sutton, Elaine Janks, and Bill Wade, Managing Editor, seek inspiration for a cut line. The University of New Mexico Lobo is the college newspaper. Special issues have appeared on Home- coming, Fiesta Day, and Engineer's Day. Two other large sized issues consisted of the Christmas shop- ping guide and the Easter shopping guide. There were 116 issues of the Lobo published this year- the largest number of Lobos in the history of the University. Wright shows Bob Kayne a Night Enlitor's error TI'0y Kemper, Bill Wade and Wright Yan Deusen discover a typewriter in the Lobo office. VU"v-vw-W. . . f f,',,,,v' E' ' Business Manager GEORGE D'ALONSO Edi'EOI' ED' ABBEY The Thunderblrd Warren Keifer, Bob Riddle, Pat Yenney and Dana Bodie listen to Ed Abbey create atmosphere e,..,.a " 1 ' ff' Q " gif, , flflgjf A Q S w wil 'Gibb ,Q rv- ,.,.f- Sift 5XYifrff -xX N TM .x . .W Dana Bodie, Bob Riddle, Pat Yenney and Warren Keifer in an obviously posed picture. The Thunderbird, although the youngest and perhaps the most violent of the publications, has in its six-year history gained a high place among national campus literary magazines. BELOW: Editor Ed Abbey and the T-Bird staff proofread some material. 'YC'-7' ov:-.: I, In Riddle .mil Dana l.o.l1c pull some .tor An o - v from the Tlnu1rlffrlnrrl's files. ,Q r " , "' ' ' .K ,1,, as . NN! , o . f., f .2 -r Cry Fmsr Row: I. Jenkins, E. Janks, J. Faw, J. Cherry, S. Moreland, C. Williams. SECOND ROW: B. White, J. Jenkins, G. Radosevich, J. Baldwin, P. Perkins, A. Mc Numnru, N. Rhodes, J. Hem-ie. THIRD Row: S. Schmidt, E. Kinzer, L. Scanlan, J. Dinsmore, N. Mulcahy, L. McDonald, M. Larsen, P. Bongard. OFFICERS The Association of Women Students Was organ' President. E. Gaynor ized at UNM in 1930. The purpose of the g1'01-lp is to ViCe,D1.eSident. J. Dinsmoor secure uniform and individual representation 111 SeC1.etm.y: L. Scanlon student activities, to promote social interests among T1-easul-er: - R. Jones University Women, and to create a bond aH10I12I various Women's organizations. Associated Women Students 128 YS : -. .YA'P. 'wx A, 5 ' f 4 '15 f 2 X Q X ,1 72' l f M W7 - , Boots and Saddles, a club devoted to keeping alive the traditions of Western horsemanship and cus- toms, was organized six years ago. Activities for the year usually include participa- tion in Various state and interstate rodeos, and at- tendance at the National Championship College Rodeo. Regular meetings, consisting of steak fries and rides, and barn dances, are held throughout the year. Boots and addlcs OFFICERS President: J lllfldllllll Vice-president: B Joi dan Secretary-Treasurer: M. Funkhausei FRONT Row: J. Donnell, M. Blake, P. Davis, D. Gerdeman, M. Pendleton, N. McNew, D. Pomeroy, B. Jordan. SECOND Ron':. J Cl it I L rlnn Q Nt M. Davis, P. Grove, R. Berkshire, B. Bigbee, J. Donnell. THIRD Row: M. Bax, J. Adams, D. Follansbee, L. Klcinhans, J. Willis, N i ur in .f A u uhx Pnvvlnlnh, T. .Toss-'vl'1. D. flnxvvwr. T. f'2"'D" sw-'m X ...H-F1 4.512 . . ,551 , 2 51 .- ' JA .Q l n R v: B. Allyn, L. Shields, C. Cornell, C. Elliott, F. Sherping, L. Kafadar. SECOND ROW: J. Goodnough, I. Bernstein, C. Lewis, D. Jelinek, C. Ketchu R Tumo Row: Rev. G. W. LaBarre, E. Ross, P. Robarts, A. Jelinek, E. Merilees, H. Hilleary. OFFICERS The Canterbury Club is a religious, social and President. H Hmeary service organization of Episcopal students on V ice-president: D. Jelinek Campus' Secretary. C. Ketchum It co-operates closely with area churches, and Treasurel.. C Smith participates in the national Canterbury organiza- Cantcrbury Club tion. Sunday evening supper meetings, with faculty or clerical guests attending, are a Weekly affair. Sev- eral members attended the District Canterbury meeting in El Paso. Impromptu parties and danCeS complete the group's social activities. Dc Anza Club The purpose of the De Anza Club 1S to advance OFFICERS the lnterest 111 the Spamsh culture 111 the Southwest The club has meetlngs at Whlch tlme lecturers and lgresuient L Romeo speakers are 1HV1JC6d to address the group, and the Tile my A Gdlcm club also holds some soc1al fu11ct1o11s Surer J Homo Faculty AdV1S61 M1 Uhbai 11 K' . '55 FIRST Row: C. Altuna, A. -Duran, G. Franco, L. Romero, A. Garcia, J. Romo, A. Cordos, T. Vigil, V. Stickan, L. Wong. SECOND Row: L. Gm-zu, T. Sam-hem, H. Mur- tinez, J. Padilla, R. Castillo, J. Castillo, B. Whipple, L. Ortiz, E. Sanchez. THIRD ROW: S. DeBaca, R. Tafoya, H. Sachs, D. Bally, P. Elizondo. Fouuru liow: li. Chavez, T. Crispin. , K WW -, A B t che, G. Houston, E. Driscoll, B. Clark. SECOND ROW: Dr. McBath, H. Brock, P. Butt, R. Galloway, R. Schwar The Debate Squad, under the leadership of Dr. McBath, had a Very suc- cessful season this year. They tied for first place in the Colorado Forensic Tournament, and gained valuable experience at the Annual Forensic Tour- nament at Ada, Oklahoma. The squad Was undefeated in siX'debates at the Rocky Mountain Speech Conference, and at the University of Nebraska Forensic Conference the Lobo team was undefeated and ranked first over ninety-six teams from forty-seven states. Glen Houston and Harold Brock Won th N t' ' ' e a ional Championship for the squad at Tennessee defeating Vermont 3-0. Debate Squad The Flying Club was organized at UNM in 1943. It is a non-proiit organization formed to enable those interested in flying to fly at a lower cost than would ordinarily be required. The club has a club room at the East Mesa Airport. The group, consisting of fifteen members, has social entertainment in the Way of "tea" parties, Weenie roasts, and stunt flying. The club is approved by the C.A.A., and has a New Mexico State Charter. Fl ing Club OFFICERS President: J. Passaretti Secretary-Treasurer: J. Jacobs FIRST ROW: C. Downs, L. McClesky, J. Jacobs, V. Chess. SECOND ROW: R. Spindler, T. Hale, R. Kelly, J. Passaretti, J. Miller, B. Bowhny. c 4 ,, . ' , f. 0 ' i i Q W. ' , " Z E V' I 4 ' .L 1 2 5 If l"1mNT Row: P. Soister, J. Melinclez, L. Hollander, E. Medary, B. Archinofsky, W. Medary, B. Brown, W. Anderson, J. Smith, L. Shelhamer, R., Larsen, B JOHNS ton. Srzcoxlr Row: Dr. Fitzsimmons, E. Szabo, G. Brunton, L. Bogart, Mr. Zeller, S. Elmore, D. Givens, R. Farmer, W. Fitkin, R. Grant, R. O dell, W. CarfllC0'l D. McAnnlly, S. Galloway, R. Sedway, C. Maxwell, F. Beck, P. Bushnell, G. Rogers. J. Smith, D. Mills, J. Wotych, A. Hicks, R. Davis, Dr. Wengerd. BOLT Lamsens OFFICERS President: B. Medary Vice-president: D. Mills Secretary-Treasurer: E. Medary Geology Club The Geology Club was formed in 1941, as an edu- cational society, and in 1942 it became a StudG1'1'C Associate Society of the American Institute of Min- ing and Metallurgical Engineers. The year's program of the Geology Club includes: seasonal picnics, field trips, regular lectures and movies, special technical lectures on Various phaSGS Of geology by nationally and internationally kn0WH geologists, and joint meetings with the Geological Society of New Mexico, and the New Mexico Miners and Prospectors Association. Hillel Counselorship, one of the chapters of the National B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, Was organ- ized at UNM in 1941. It has since grown into the chief organization fostering the religious, social, and cultural outlet for Jewish students on campus. Rabbi David Shor, counselor, has guided Hillel through varied activities: religious discussions, serv- ices, and meetings. Parties, picnics, and dances were also held during the year. FIRST Row: A. Dogin, M. Firestone, B. Michaels, J. Goldstein, R. Kaiserman. SECOND ROW I Urbach B Immershein J Golden A J Singer S Gutman M Bxs berg THIRD Row: Rabbi Shore, D. Davis, A. Weiss, D. Haber, B. Kaufman, A. Troum, A Wexsberger M Miller B Came Mrs Holsweig Mrs Shore FOURTH Row L Spector, R. Carmel, M. Helper, R. Meyerowitz, J. Firsty, A. Michaels, L. Cohen A Steinberg C Sabel F Goodman S Wugalter 55,-L ww-ig, .gear H' S signs is Q3 ' S55 ,-.. '95 'WB Wm P4 in-no f. 3" Fxnsr Row: K. Kenner, Mrs. Orme, G. Radosevitch. SECOND Row: S. Masury, C. Gray, S. Fay, B. Sarnquist, P. Bigham. OFFICERS President: K. Kepner Vice-president: S. Fay Secretary: P. Bigham Tl'Q2lSl1l'G1'I P. Bigham The Hokona-Marron executive board is the gov- erning board of the dorm. It calls house meetings 'CO verify social functions, judges campused cases, sched- ules duties and discusses problems of the dorm. Hokona-Marron Executive Board Independent Council The Independent Council is the co-ordinating body QFFICERS for all groups and organizations not affiliated with , social sororities or fraternities on campus. P?eS1def1ff R- H91'ShbG1'8Q1' Vlce-president: K. Kepner S9C1'9f3FY I S. Masury Treasurer: S, Fay FIRST Row: F. Valdez, S. Masury, C. Spencer, J. Caldwell, C. Carnahan. SECOND Row: R. Hershberger, B. Fagan, K. Kenner, W. Richardson, S. Parker tx-ell, F. Larivee. X as lmsr Row J Sulln in In Murcn F Lirnee D Fine N Koriyama H Nagel, SECOND ROW: D. Muffson, C. Bochmer, G. Dernbach, D. Reiser, J. Fillingham A iordon I Ixnllu In kllfll Timm Ron J Ax.os R Raabe I' Chidamo D Sparks, J. Love, D. Hoberman, R. Davids, B. Richardson, J. Hernandez. This athletic group Was organized at Kirtland Field in 1948. It consists of UNM students who enter teams in all of the intramural activities. The group also gives a "tea" party each semester and holds parties at their house which is situated on campus. There are about forty-five students in the organization. Majors and Minors Majors and Minors is composed of all regularly QFFICERS enrolled students in the Women's Physical Educa- , tion Department, The purpose of this group is to Pliesldentf H' Wyatt secure better relationships among students in physi- Vlce-presldentl J- Lewis cal education. The group was established at UNM SeCretary'TreaSure1'3 T' Thompson in 1946. Fmsr Row: B. Corn, J. Stratton, J. Walpole, H. Wyatt, M. Maul, N. Haskew, S. Egger-ts. SECOND Row: M. Jones, T. Thompson, M. Hutchins, F. Curns, I Bender, J. Lewis. THIRD Row: A. MacNamara, E. Schoolci-aft, H. Barton, N. Mulcahy, Miss Millikan. FOURTH Row: E. Churidis, F. Cochran, C Loin, . Hem-ie, J. Severns, A. Jackson. HW" 'Wav I-'nom' Row: C. Cnrnuhnn, R. Hershberger, F. Larivee. SECOND Row: N. Genta, J. Hagy, K. Benham, T. Lief, A. Trop, D. Fine. THIRD ROW: T. McLaughlin M. Cottrell, L. Lumznn, W. Richardson, B. Fegan. OFFICERS The Executive Board of the Men's New Dorm is P, 51 t: R. Q conuposed of the Dorm President and the various Vgsgjfjigsident: Hgsiziiig Wing Presidents. Its functions are to hear and settle Secretawz C damahan the complaints of the boys in the dorm in regard T1,easu1,e1,: 'F Larivee to noise, food, or any other disturbances, and to schedule social and athletic functions Within the dorm. MCH,S New Dorm Executive Board 140 The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has as its purpose the fostering of better relationsabetvveen people of all creeds and racial backgrounds. The 1951 school year has seen the group active in: a program of downtown business and profes- sional student speakers at meetingsg and the or- ganizing of groups to study integration of all creeds and races in hospitals, and the Writing of letters, and personal visits paid to patients in hospitals. The group's social activities included picnics and in- formal dances. .A. A. C. P. OFFICERS President: K. Kepner Vice-president: M, Boles Secretary: G, Diggs Treasurer: S, XV3113 Fmsr Row: R. Cox, M. Schlesinger, T. Calkins, M. Simon, D. Bordman. SECOND Row: D. Isaacson, R. Isaacs, J. Walker, R. Deanin, H. Wright. Timm Row . Stephenson, J. Agos, A. Rutledge, N. Simon, W. Hocomb it . ,f 1 F , .2 gil Eixr Yi SX 6 Q ,eo . , a ' IIIKNT Row lx Cufch B Garcia V Sierra L DILISIO R Carroll A McNamara, T. Vigil, E. Hockett, T. Sisneros, W. Chavis. SECOND ROW: Mr. and Mis X I mlouth A Fgxzers B Cunningham I Gallegos B Grlflith H Cadman, M. Conley, R. Madrigan, G. Casamirra, P. Grlflin, N. Casados, M. Brown M IJ run I lxrctek W Schnedar J Hagy J Poulte J Cervantes P Purdy, A. Miller, J. Ferro. THIRD ROW: L. Prentice, C. Halverson, -H. Crawford If Sprnnmr li Godfrev R Cummins B Kearns P Wegs T Avery J Bellner, M. Herbers, J. LiI-Ieken, J. Downs, L. Fansher, L. Palmlsano, J Vlllea The Newman Club of the University of New Mexico, one of the many chapters of the National Federation of Newman Clubs, was organized in 1939. Since then it has grown into the chief organization fostering the religious, social, and educational as- pects of Catholic life on the campus. The Newman Club Center is now open. Mrs. , M- , P. ella, The UNM Press Club Was established in April, 1948, through the medium of "post-mortem" coffee sessions to discuss layout and Writing in the Lobo. The purpose of the club, to promote interest in journalism through professional and social activi- ties, was partially realized when a chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalism fraternity, was installed in February, 1950. The club's second aim which was to establish Theta Sigma Phi, journalism Women's honorary, has been accomplished. Press Club OFFICERS President: J, Gill Vice-president: S, Sutton Secretary: E, Hill Treasurer: G. Taylor S1'mNc: B. Dowdle, C. Dunn, E. Janks, S. Gutman, J. Caldwell, S. Sutton, E. Jackson. SECOND Row S1T'nNG: D..Peterson, J. Tucker, J. Hubbs, G. Tzu lor J Hermatinger, W. Van Deusen, T. Kemper, J. Gill, J. Futterknecht. STANDING! Mr. Rafferty, B. Babb, J. Renaldl, R. Kunkel, Mr. Conger, R. Makkonen D Terry, B. Rawlins, H. Smith, Mr. Glllespie, B. Wade, L. Olson, M. Sebree, K. Clarke. is I s A l I r 1 i i 1 I Q . o l O 2 4 I l I 1 sig" shi 3 2 : . fx L . 71, ff L! fi 7i . 4 .I x 5. V, ,, I 4 l l l ...Q lluttnlion Commander, V. McClure: Company A. Commander, F. McElheney3 Company B Commander, R. Hammershoyg Company A. Platoon Commanders ll. Schmidt. A. Weiner: Company B Platoon Commanders, J. Neel J. ' OFFICERS President: W. Bohannon Vice-president: A. Weiner Secretary: A. Brewster Tieasurer: H. Hilleary ey, Goodnough, Staff Oiiicers, B. Babb, W. Bohannon, J. Leonhard. T of the Naval ROTC unit at UNM. It is organized for Midshipmen, and sponsors a program of social activities during the year. Monthly meetings, discussions of Naval topics, the Midship- men Winter Formal, the Spring Ring Dance, hay' rides, skating parties, picnics, and informal dances compose the group's social affairs. In i organized fo and infantry drill. The N ROTC drills at Homecom- ing and Fiesta, and sponsors a Naval ROTC Rifle and Pistol Team Whi h competition. he Wardroom Society is the social organiZa'Bi0H nter-company competition, drill teams are r gun loading, anti-submarine Warfare, c participates in intercollegiate The Wardroom Society 144 gi :rex w omc-n's Recreation Council Jon Commanders, ,tion rs a thly hip- lay' LCSS are Ie, m- nd ite 144 The Women s Recreation Council organizes and OFFICERS sponsors games, intramurals, and other recreational . . v Q j event for Women students. In April, they organized Presldent' J' Seiiemb a Sports Day participated in by co-eds from Colo- Secretary : F' Gurus Treasurer: M. Jones rado, Arizona, and New Mexico. FRONT Row: A. Jackson, H. Wyatt, J. Severns, E. Churidis, H. Barton, T. Thompson. SECOND Row: P. Jones, P. Post, N. Haskew, F. Curns, D. Daniels M. Jones. KN S Y xii' K? The UNM Band under the leadership of Mr. Dahnelill was rated as one of the finest bands in the Southwest tl11S fall. The group traveled to the West Texas football game at Amarillo as Well as playing at all of the home games- EH route to Amarillo they stopped at Tucumcari and Saints Rosa Where they marched and played. They 21180 Performa in the Homecoming Parade, at the Veteran's Hospltal 011 U. N. Day, at Fiesta, in the State Fair parade, at gradual' tion, and at two concerts. Their marching maneuvers at fbi football games have never been equalled by 3 former UN band. 146 1 'X 4 - 2 6?-9 ...J , Drum M a'orettes X CTT egx CVR' 0 , fir- e' Q R 0? of a if v ow.,-1 3- gf-1 0' c:bf-QW LEFT T0 RIGHT: 195' C3155 f wa 9? I I .Q rm' , .,- ,. C. Cam - A858 U ' A N83 R. Calkms ' S E20 f R Q J. Henrie 0 ,1'A,.:'E!f,2.U" S. Gruschus E i , C1 , Q' ,M R V 12 .,, ,, R .ll I .lv X K. yi. . ku Q' I ' 21.-If .F X l t af' ', V F 'x '- A, li Qf' 3: Q, 'R R X R u 1 5? VA 1 , ,AQX I, NI I 11 'Ev Q K A V 1 H t if N r X X , -1 H 1 -, .-.Ek-f - .- "5 - we 4 XREM' '-"H'Ji:lgL,.gg.Q:::er.k1.- -- .f'. e X -are f-'rw' Cheer Leaders 4" 1 A 1 . , -, FVA, . Q4 , L .51 .ii i s I 1 LEFT TO RIGHT V P C. J R C J. . Ulatowski Jones Scott McNay Norman Williams Tomlins h, D. Davidson. SECO The Young Democrats were organized on campus in 1949. Purely a local organization, the Young Democrats furnish participants for the KOB round table discussions on topics of local interest. They also take part in the UNM Model Legislature. 148 K ND ROW: J. Hinton, B. Hindi, T. Montoya, A. Willis, M 1 K ! Willis, M. Davis. lpus mg rmd 1so 148 dw .ease aw Fmsr Row: C. Altuna, M. Dunbar, S. Jersig, V. Asimos, K. Spurling, N. Freemon, T. Vigil, M. Greer, M. Walpole. SECOND ROW: O. Vaskov, L. Wong, A Davis, li. Rivers, G. Rice, T. Gallegos, P. Wilson, B. Wilson, L. Clark, B. Thompson, D. Dodge, R. Davis. THIRD ROW: P. Gordon, B. Brush, V. Cochrell, L. Chess Ii. Cook, G. White, M. Avis, J. Stafford. FOURTH ROW: A. Schallenberg, M. Sample, J. Van Avery, P. Sekavec, M. Bett, M. York, B. Butler, A. Harper lfll-'FII Row: J. Hall, M. Osuna, M. Hally. SIXTH ROW: N. Murray, Debbie Keefe, B. Callan, G. Forrest. 1. Marron Hall is a women's residential dorm lo- cated on the campus. The Marron Hall Women have been active in Women's intramurals, and have held various social functions. in-r. Ci. Rmlosevich, l". Craig, J. Hernsing, W. Bartlett, I. Stoller. i lc ar S, Thornton, J' Stluman' B' Byerly' FOURTH ROW' J' eac , QQ A - .. - cts' V, f' , if :S E, 'Ea ff ' x37"7', Vw Q .Q as 1 ' -.M-T 's 55 'Q qv I 1 1 I 1 Y-7 1 if 1, l FIRST Row: J. Welch, J. Disney, H. Cadman, L. Du 'k 1 th C. L' t b B 'S 'f - 1 . ' h L M - Clcskyl, c. Miner, G. J. Bennet. Timo-Row: J. GorLe,uDJi. Wi11iamQ?sPlOii0iiig',A. 'R'a1luqcinbtiv,E' Dayer' Swim? ROW' B' Hubbel' M' Tll0maS'.P' Big aiin'K. Keg. riff! 4.123 rf Q7 C. Halverson, N. Manette, P. Baca, R. Avalos, A. Allen, J. Edwards. ff' . yer.. 4 lx ... 'ff X-J FIRST Row: N. Shockey, P. Fleck, R. Neill, C. Benton, J. Thompson, S. Schmidt. SECOND ROW: J. Dunbar, D. Davis, M. Calloway, M. licvorstovk, l'. llnmillon, P. Davis, P. Kane. THIRD ROW: D. Hallbeck, P. Miller, J. Ford, B. McClintock, M. Cousland, L. Haynes, M. Maule, M. Hcstor. FOIIRTII Row: I. llrhm-lu, li. Horn, OFFICERS arron Hall President: J. Caldwell Vice-president: S. Gutman Secretary: P. Baca Treasurer: P. Baca L Mc- grnsr Row: Huntington, P. Morrow, B. Dickey, J. Nusbaum., M. Christy. SECOND Row: E.. Frazier, P.. Bomxard. C.'Ramsey. ?ll'7ltlYlK.-Q -I.,C:ll1lwl-lvl, Opson, J. D1L1zo, N. Burbacher. THIRD Row: s Gutman T C1-am, K. Snell, B. McClean, M. Blsbem, M. wllmmwm. S. Iwrfl- M- l"ll"fl'l'l' "H '-T" Wm' 'A -- Kell' Wflghf, P- Spfilger, J. Hunter, H. Riebe, G. Castillo, L.,Co.rbin, M. Garvey, R. Roche, M. Chauvenau 1- YLI7 K+' Social Groups Women's groups Phrateres Town Club Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Kappa Gamma Pi Beta Phi Men's groups Alpha Epsilon Pi Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Phi Kappa Tau Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Sigma Phi Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon Townsmen FIRST Row: D. Caraglio, R. Gerdin, B. Hubbell, E. Janks, P. Miller, G. Radosevich, C. Randolph. SECOND Row: C. Spencer I. Urbach. Phrateres was installed on the UNM campus in 1931. Epsilon chapter is a member of the interna- tional social organization which was founded at the University of California at Los Angeles, in 1924. Phrateres are distinguished by their pin, a Greek Phi in gold set on a background of black. hratcrcs OFFICERS President: Lee Clement Vice-president: Carol Jean Spencer Secretary: Gloria Marquez Treasurer: Sadie Juarez lfmvr Row D Baker P Bartlett P Bloom P Brlffgs M Brown C Byrd, N. Casados. SECOND ROW: M. Conley, B. Dodge .T Doty R Flemmg J Jones S Wx a 'c"5+ Q 'EV ,Q in 'S , I C7 r IES. S. QQ X gggxx 1 OFFICERS Town Club IS an mdependent soc1al organ1zat1on for glrls l1v1ng off campus It was founded on May 5 1948 The club s colors are lavender and gold an the p1n 1S an arrow w1th the letters TC on the shaft Presldent Jeanne Doty VICE presldent Mar1on Mlller Secretary Nancy Woodworth Treasurer Phylhs Brlggs k FIRST ROW M Mlller, M Larsen, R Moore, A Reynolds, J Smlth, M Vlckfey, M Wllllts SECOND ROW C Wil ms F i . l l l l l l 1 1 l ,-vc. x 1 I 7 ,4 4, I f 'nw 'CW ,Z vi vt? ! ,333 Jr .. E C A Click f A , f X 5 f , if l"msT Row: C. Choyco, H Redman L Arnett L Leo d F . . , . , . nar , . Yelonek, F. Bobrink. SECOND ROW: F. Sherping, M. Mitchell, L. Henderson l"l1-ck, D. Hawkins. OFFICERS President: C. Choyce Secretary : R. Redman Treasurer: D. Hawkins Pan Hellenic , M. Mitchell, P Pan Hellenic is an organization created to pro- mote a harmonious spirit among sororities on campus. ' This year Pan Hell is rewriting their constitution putting out a booklet for rushees called Pan Hellenic Pointers, and is s on the IFC. p soring a joint dance With 156 Jn, M. Mitchell, P- pro- on ion, 31110 'itll 156 Inter-Fraternity Counci The purpose of the Inter-Fraternity Council is to OFFICERS co-ordinate fraternity activities, and to further rela- tions With the University and the public. This year Presldevti R' NOWI1 the IFC has Worked out a new system of rushing and Secretaly ' D' SHOW rush rulesg they are also holding a joint Greek Day Treasurer: C' Gassaway celebration with Pan Hellenic. Fmsr Row: H. Grosshans, R. Carroll, A. Singer, A. Eisenberg, W. Sellers, R. Hammershoy, M. Taylor, F. Wong. SECOND Row: R. Grant, E. Williams, G. Bo D. Irwin, C. Gay, Dean Mathany. rg, 89.4900 db 1- Ilpw' J Baldivin B Bigbee D. Blachly, B. Bourbonia, P. Briggs, B. Brooks, B' J' Cozzens' SECOND ROW! R- CUmmiY1S. E- GHYHOT, B. Godfrey nr , D..1-Iawkins, B., Kearns, K. Kearns. c a ' Alpha Chi mega Alpha Chi Omega Was founded in 1885 at DePauw University, and the Alpha Gamma chapter was installed at UNM in 1918. The national sorority, composed of seventy-two chapters, uses as its colors scarlet and green, and is recognized by its pin, a Greek lyre set with pearls. The AXO's float Won in the Homecoming parade this year, and their social events included the following: A Christmas Formal at the Alvarado, a Progressive Dinner-dance, a benefit show With the Phi Delts for the Cerebral Palsy Hospital, and a number of steak fries, teas, and house dances. f , A 158 OFFICERS President: Frances Yelonek Vice-president: Daphne Yelinek Secretary: Mary Lou Stubbs Treasurer: Rita Cummins Efngvgofow: J- Marshall. A. McHugh, S. Mitcham, P. Perkins, D. Peters, F. Snelson, B- Stone' SECOND Row: M' fl. F. Yelonek. Stubbs, S. Trangmar, G. Walsh, J. Wills. Fmsr Row: M. Bax, F. Bobrink, K, Brown, V. Bygel, D. Clark, C. Elliot, J. Fitzpatrick. SECOND Row: N. Fraser, B. Grenko, S. Gruschus, N. Ha J Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi was founded in 1851 at Wesleyan College. The Alpha Nu chapter was installed here in 1920. There are sixty-nine chapters in the national organization using the colors White and blueg the pin is a diamond of black with the Greek letters in the center, one star on either end and clasped hands at the top. RO. S. Gl'l1SCh13I Hm- S51 at Wesleyan installed herein in the national .nd blueg the pin ek leffers in the clasped hands W 161 OFFICERS Q President Evelyn Schoolcraft Vice-president Joan Jacobs Secretary Kay Brown Treasurer Nancy Fraser FIRST ROW: R. Jones, M. Kelly, F. Kleinman, R. Long, J. Marchand, M. Paine, E. Schoolcraft. SECOND ROW: N. Sear I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 . I I I I Fms'r now: J. Anderson, H. Bender, B. Bittel, M. Blanc, M. Burk, M. Burke, J. Cheetham. SECOND ROW: J. Cherry, B, Craig P Dickson B Eage J F y - , . 1-I . aw, GI Green, A. Hatcher. I I' Chi mega I I 7 I I I I I I I I I I I 'KV B. Eager, J, paw G i. ' OFFICERS President Barbara Eager Vice-president Hally Bender Secretary Colleen Martin Treasurer Mary Huenefeld Chi Omega, founded at the University of Arkan- sas in 1895, was installed at UNM in 1925. The national sorority has one hundred and one chapters and uses cardinal and straw as its colors. The pin is a Greek letter Omega with a pearled Chi superim- posed upon it. The Chi Omegas held a House Dance in the fall, and in the Spring they celebrate their founder's day with a banquet, and later hold their traditional White Formal. FIRST now: P. I-Iighleyman, J. Johnson, C. Kihm, M. Leggette, C. Martin, S. McBride, C. McKinley. Sl-:COND now: P. McKinley, M. Mitchell, Moblcy, M. Mul- lnne, M. Ries, J. Severns, F. Stewart. THIRD RONVI A. Vocale, Y. Yarcho. ' "..,.1Q. 'Y ' ' T . I v T GYIMN sa.. q.,,a-,,-'HM-wh Q. G J B dl P L C A D S COND Row: J. Dinsmoor, J. Dorr, N. Ford, B. Garner, B. Goss V A t H t OFFICERS President GYPSY JO Bennett Vice-president JoAnn Dinsmoore Secretary J at Pettit Treasurer Alpha Stidham Gamma Omicron of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed on the UNM campus in 1948. The national sorority was Or- ganized at DePauw University in 1870 and uses black and gold as its colors. The KAT pin is kite-shaped of black on sold with twin diamonds, inlaid with a White chevron on which are displayed the Greek letters Kappa Alpha Theta. In the Fall the Thetas held many Chapter dinners and barbecues along with their Dinner Dancegand this Sprillg they entered With Pi Phi and Kappa iH'C0 their annual Triad Dance. 166 fu- "TT xv.. , ...... gl M , ' 'N 'ffl . .' , ' .-.4-g,.. 'S Wir . '. ie I xc '-1 f ,Q Q, . S V5 IHA, Y .3 IWW fir. '- f A gg Q .... , . -. fu " . 1f.lf"f'. '.','rA ,g ' v ' a l.".'1'1., ','ff "Q H.. ,3 . , .5,Aa.,,,',',.a 'ln'-" 'H' ' 'z A "' " +' 'Q HANK. '. 11,'.,l ' 1 Nong.. .' , l.x.,', '.O,. ','1'1'1 ' " AVN, . ff ' 4 . ' ' Q , 2 -',i',x.,'ff f . 1 .Al fl , .U L, . . . n u u': ,. n" ,- 'r 0 Q.. v ull E : 2 .., s- l-X11 ,. 7 FIRST ROW! M. Hutcheson, D. Kimbrell, P. Maxwell, M. Mitchell, S. Moreland, M. Noble, A. Peterson. SECOND Row: J. Pollock, N. Ray, M. Recd, J. Sham-r, X . Snyder, J. Soderberg, S. Stephens. THIRD ROW: T. Wagner. -5. A :ST now M Amze M Barton V Chess C Chusholm M Cobbett, R. Colgan, C. Cornell. SECOND ROW! S. Cudabac, B. Cunningham, R. de Castro, N Ga5s Gamma Beta chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma was in- stalled at UNM in 1917. The national sorority was founded in 1870 at Monmouth Collegeg its colors are light and dark blue. The pin is a golden key with the Greek letters Kappa Kappa Gamma on the stem and Alpha Omega Omicron on the Ward. In the Fall the Kappas held their annual Snowball For- mal, and in the Spring they joined the Thetas and the Pi Phis in an annual Triad Dance. Wa-if X7 Mfwff W W ' ,, ,, , I Mwfwyffff If of,,,, l ,, ,o ,,e ,,lu I M fi 1 ,ui V ,,,'. I Q I ,f,, 'gf 1. af l I . vx 5 1 f . 'V if I f V. ww C ff 5 ' -Q '37 0 WC' . ,aa 'W 7 I. wpr V77 OFFICERS President Joan Stromberg Secretary Bea Hight Vice-president Jean Kern Treasurer Olivia Smith Fmsr Row: A. Huston, M. Keohane, J. Kern, E. Lowrey, M. Lutz, J. McCanna, M. McCuIloh. SECOND now: J. Pusey, Ii. Ream, R. RL-flnlan, J, Smith, A. Spf-1-r, . W. Tapp, A. Thatcher. THIRD Row: B. Thorne, J. Troxel. 4 7. .vw I-'ms'r now: P. Baird, V, Baker, E. Bradbury, F. Curns, K. Frey, T. Gehr, M. Helper. SECOND Row. V. Henderson, T. Holt, E. Jackson, J. Jelanek, M. Jones, S. Kun worthy, M. K imbrell. Pi Beta Phi OFFICERS Presldent Elame Jackson Vlce-pres1dent Frances Curns Secretary Marge Funkhouser Treasu1er Marvelyn Jones .aw fi 'w,',,.,,,W .... ...-,...,,,. ww!! I afar Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi was installed at UNM in 19463 the national founding of Pi Phi was in 1867 at Mon- mouth College. Their colors are wine and silver-blue. The Pi Phi pin is a golden arrow bearing the Greek letters Pi Beta Phi on the shaft, with a loop chain pendant from the shaft. This Fall the Pi Phis held their Pi Phi Formal, and in the Spring they played hostess with the Kappas and Thetas at their annual Triad Dance. FIRST ROW: B. MacCaulley, J. McNay, J. Penix, L. Scanlan, P. Scanlan, R. Stockton, M. Thompson. SECOND Row: M. Waprner, C. Williams, Ii. NX 171 S 5 F X Mx Fmsr now A Bernstein M Bernstem L Cohen A Dogm M Flrestone J. Golden, B. Imershein. SECOND Row: M. Miller, R. Miners, A. Mogull, H. Seligman, Upsilon Dueteron of Alpha Epsilon Pi was chartered at UNM in 1947. Alpha Epsilon Pi was founded at New York University in 1913. Fraternity colors are blue and gold and the badge consists of the Greek letters Alpha Epsilon Pi set in pearls on a gold base with the A and the E joined at the base and the E and the Pi joined at the top. In the Fall the A E Pi's held their Fall Formal, and in the Spring they held their annual Spring Formal. WZZZ' I l s l V 1 7 l 5 .1 ,Q ,, YW X VW!! WWW f XM 1' W4 fmt .....--n i OFFICERS President Joseph Wechsler Secretary Melvin Firestone Vice-president Leonhard Cohen Treasurer Alvin Dogin I-'mar now: M. Anderson. P. Beavers, B. Birkelo, R. Ciesiel, B. Clark, E. Clark, W. Dame. SECOND Row: L. Endsley, J. Eubanks, J. Gafford, L. Hatfield, J, Delta Sigma Phi Alpha Xi chapter of Delta Sigma Phi received its charter at UNM in 1947. The national organization was founded at CCNY in 1899. The colors are green and white and the flower is the white Carnation. The badge is a diamond displaying the Greek letters Delta Sigma Phi along its short diagonal in gold on a background of black enamel. At the upper apex is a circle of white displaying a pyramid of green. At the lower apex is a sphinx in gold. In the Fall the Delta Sigs held their Carnation Ball, and in the Spring they threw their traditional Sailor's Costume Ball. OFFICERS President Brad Clark Secretary Bob N iebur V109-President Bob Ciesiel Treasurer John Rockett ST Row: R. Niebur, D. Marksbury, H. Mercer, B. Rawlins, L. Rockett, H. Romero, J. Sarvis. SECOND Row: J. Wagner, J. Warne. R. Wicst. 3114 Wx A h W B A B t P Butt, D. Campbell. SECOND Row: J. Chausteur, R. Christy, R. Figge, D. Fogg, R. Fult q Kappa Alpha order was founded at Washington College, Lexington, Va., in 1865, and proceeded to UNM in 1929. The KA colors are crimson and old gold, and the badge is one gold shield superimposed upon another. It has a Greek cross of gold Within the circle and above are the letters KA in gold on a black field. In the Fall the KA's held their Winter Formal, and in the Spring they reopened the South as they held their annual Dixie Ball. il .ug 4-Q. Tl 'Q N . x--.Q-.yr -vggn 71? will 1 I li I I l ll? wi 'ii V ,531 'Gi' 4 fn. Q- :fi J' 'uhh ', ,qv-if .Y 1 X'Y'f"E ig" 1 F' 17 I: i . if 3 . ,I VV, bi 11 YQ' 'P-sf , P f lg Q ,1 1 1 gli .X-T,, 5 I 1 4 . I fi Q L. f -0 X r Q 5 ' 'AWN a- J! Flsxfsiglllolwwqf B. Barnes, D. Brandebury, W. Brohard, F. Calkins, E. Carmichael. SECOND Row: C. Downing, V. Edsall, C. Gay W appa Sigma Delta Zeta of Kappa Sigma was installed on the UNM campus in 1925, after being founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. K Sig colors are scarlet, White and emer- ald, and the badge is a crescent of gold holding a five-pointed star in black, with border of White and gold. Within the star are the letters in Greek, K S, surrounded by a circle of jewels. The crescent displays at its Widest part the skull and bones, while at the sides are crossed swords and crossed keys. ,,,K....l.l1l1 re , a ma ii Y. . SS .1-. .1 Q 13 ' .Ti l .E ,i y sl l . 1 3 1 1 1 Q ...........---- . in i OFFICERS President: William Guthrey Secretary: Bob Rodriguez Vice-president: John Hutchins Treasurer: Conrad Downing FIRST Row: J. Hutchins, L. Lanford, D. Litchfield, J. McCoy, R. Meyer, R. Mitchell, N. Pavletich. SECOND Row: R. Porter, J. Reynolds, R. Rodrigues, Ii. Soliul, G Stout, R. Street, C. Weber. THIRD Row: E. Wells, R. West, D. Willis. fn... u ii .f 'sf 1 ,L wwf A+ lie -'Bid' 'T L42-.1, Za. W 179 W! FIRST ROW: G. Byrnes, R. Dimond, W. Doak, A. Ignatowicz, G. Francis, P. Hammer, P. Hines. SECOND ROW: R. Johnson, M. Korn, J. Lewis, D. Logain, B M E. McLaughlin, L. Pearsall. THIRD Row: R. Willbourn, W. Winnie, J. Zutavern. Lambda Ch1 Alpha OFFICERS President: Duane Logan Vice-president: Burdette Martin Secretary: Richard Johnson Treasurer: Marshall Korn Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston Uni- versity in 1906, and installed at UNM in 1948. The colors are purple, green and gold. The badge of Lambda Chi is a pearl-set crescent With horns turned toward the left, and enclosing a monogram of the Greek letters Lambda Chi Alpha. The center of the crescent bears the Greek letters Delta Pi in gold on black enamel. ilill 180 ll xf, ,. ef ith . w,i?ff-W 'A Mfm, ' ,f-, 'V W if D ,mf fl 52 ,fun , C - y F' . , , , , , Q ,. . . nf' f g5'fv"W wx V 2 1 . V . , f Q ,. ,T 1 -v. 1 Y ' . ' ' v ' I 7 747, A ,, i V ,5 4, 5 S, S, Z, - 13 , nw fu: LE' .y,:.:.. 7.1-Q., MW 'z - .- ' X ' Y ' , f Wfylifffpypf- , - . fx .. 5, I Y, 45135 ,,,Z',u1gjg4.ff. , , N--4 . n u' ,Q ?pQ4f?,:7 4242 wfifff I f , L , f, ' , " 51. 'Q , Q M4 fb , ., .4',,. 25" at fi , . ,f , L K- , ' i' Q 75 ' s ' Q 5 ' . ' y 4 f " , . 1 ' VZ i ' ' ' ,"f,4 f . X ' 2 14" I' " . ' 3fg,,"1??' , 1' ' A 7 45314 .' 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Grone, T H W New Mexico Alpha of Phi Delta Theta was granted its charter at UNM in 1946. Phi Delt itself was founded at Miami University in 1848. The fra- ternity colors are argent and azure. The badge con- sists of a shield with a scroll bearing the Greek letters Phi Delta Theta in the lower part of the field and an eye in the upper part. A sword runs through the shield and is attached with a chain. OFFICERS President: . Bob Stephenson Vice-president: Pat Carroll Secretary: Forrest Smith Treasurer: George Dolen FIRST Row: A. Johnson, J. Keefe, J. Kuhn, R. Laidley, D. Lawrence, E. Morrell, H. Parkinson. SECOND ROW: J. Parnall, P. Ryan, H. Schram, I". Smith, R Stephenson, R. Stuart, V. Ulatowski. THIRD ROW: P. Vickery, D. Ward. is-., fs ---- ""-ff 1 Y Q J rum Row D Aldous w Alfano R Artley C Bobrmk J Busch W Cecil, R. Colgan' SECOND ROW: J- Coogan, D. Devere, S. Galioto, F. Garcia, E. Geiger w Beta Eta of Phi Kappa Tau was installed at UNM in 1948. Phi Tau Was founded at Miami University. Colors are Harvard red and old gold. The badge is an irregular elongated octagon With a black enameled center bearing a White star and the gold letters Phi Kappa Tau. 52? X. 35 .1"' .-i": 11 If if -v 4 ' OFFICERS President: Wil Gulovvsen Secretary: Bob Sturtewmt Vice-president: Edward Driscoll Treasurer: Bob Colgan FIRST Row: R. Kelly, R. Leurig, R. Noble, J. Ogden, R. Stelljes, R. Sturtevant. SECOND Row: R, Vernon, F. Wona. T. Yoncmmo. f. 'rx ,, ""1-1' lmsr Row T A ery R Bear E Box J Cargill R Castillo B Chappell D Crow SI-.COND ROW W. Currie, F. Disque, D. Dollahon, R. Ernst, J. Evans, C Grow ll Cu lor on Timm Row W Hash R Holt W Jordan R Kirkpatrick H Lee J Lookmgbxll G. Lovett. Beta Delta of Pi Kappa Alpha was the first fraternity at UNMQ it W2lS established in 1915. The fraternity was started at the Virginia Military Institute in 1868. Its colors are garnet and old gold. Pikes may be recognized by their pin which is a shield of White surmounted by a diamond in blaek- Upon the diamond are the three Greek letters Pi Kappa Alpha in gold. l'0W, K.. H-, f OFFICERS ,. aux Z 1 2 President: Derrell Dollahon Secretary: Gordon Shaver Vice-president: James Evans T1'easu1'e1': Thomas Tailor s.-X FIRST Row: W. McLaughlin, J. McMinn, G. Oates, A. Oldham, E. Pate. T. Pate, R. Pederson. S1-:COND Row: D. Peterson, D. liencher. G. Volk, 'I'. Sm-mn-, ti. Slmvi-r D. Sisk, J. Storrer. Timm Row: G. Vincent, J. White, L. Willcut, T. Williams. UCP- We bv 187 Q1 51:3 R 51 ,Il- Q 1 L t V Gr' 'I hs' 'E 5' x if Q- i Q, 1- lg'- Fmsr Row: B. Barns, N. Benson, R. Clemmensen, J. Cobbett, D. Darrow, P. Davy, R. Dowds. SECOND Row: F. Drucker, A. Eisenberg, T. Gallagher R, Gault Gentry, H. Giblin, D. Gidden. ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon OFFICERS President: Tom Gault Vice-president: Ron Norman Secretary: Phil Davey Treasurer : Ray Snyder 189 Tau chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon Was installed at UNM in 1946. SAE Was founded at the University of Alabama in 1856, adopting for its colors royal purple and old gold. The badge 1S dlamond shaped a l1ttle less than an 1nch long ' r ms'r Row: J. Hagen, G. Johnson, C. Koehler, C. Koogler, J. Lov M g 11 R M Elh ECOND Row D M h 1 W M phy R N R P B Pieters, H. Shatkin. THIRD Row: R. Snyer, N. Sorrell, D W ls R Z k f v 1 i I i S t D Fmsr Row: N. Barnhart, R. Boone, B. Coxe, L. Damron, W. Deaton, H. Egbert, R. Esquibel. SECOND ROW: J. Frost, J. Futterknecht, J. Graham, H. Go do F Green, H. Grosshans, J. Herlocker. THIRD Row: H. Hilleary, N. Hodges, B. Horton, R. Hyder, R. Hyland, K. King, R. Kool. , Sigma chi OFFICERS President: John Futterknecht Vice-president: Norman Barnhart Secretary: John Palmer Treasurer: Montrose Simms The Beta Xi chapter of Sigma Chi was in- stalled at UNM in 1916. Sigma Chi Was founded June 28, 1855, at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. The fraternity colors are blue and old gold. The badge is a cross of gold and White enamel. In the center is an elliptical Plate of black enamel displaying the Greek letters Sigma Chi, -4.. FIRST ROW: D. Lang, A. O'C0nnor, J. Palmer, J. Pusey, D. Ratcliff, P. Robarts, J. Ross. SECOND ROW: W. Sanderson, P. Shodal, M. Simms, L. Spears, J. Stone. J. Tomlins, W. Van Deusen. THIRD Row: R. Walpole, S. Wilson. 'L CSV' GX FIRST Row: D. Brockingham, L. Campbell, C. Ermatinger, R. Fortier, C. Gassaway, R. G1-al Row: J. Hagensick, A. Jelinek, F. Kelly, F. Lehe' K. Meyer, J. Parsons. THIRD Row: D. Rhoades. J. oNu zler, - . v-1-LM . --vvp., 1-. I Y 91" OFFICERS President: John Hermatinger Vice-president: Kenneth Meyers Secretary: James Bergen Treasurer: Owen Coats New Mexico Alpha chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon was established at UNM in April, 1929. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia, in 1901. Fraternity colors are purple and red. The badge is heart shaped, displaying the skull and bones and the letters Sigma Phi Epsilon in gold on a background of black enamel. I ,ST Rowr: E. Bogtater R. Carroll, H. Engel, W. Fischer, D. Geliebter, C. Goldston, R. Greenleaf. SECOND Row: J. Griffin, W. Kisselburg, G, Levine, J. Lu f Luveke, W. Maxwell, E. Merrx au Kappa Epsilon The Gamma Xi chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was established at UNM on December 2, 1950. Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded in January, 1899, at Illinois Wesleyan. The fraternity colors are red and silver. The badge consists of a golden triangleg in the center of this triangle there is a skull and cross bones raised on a field of black enamel. There are red jewels to serve as the eyes of the skull. Beneath the triangle is a golden scroll bearing the Greek letters Tau Kappa Epsilon. OFFICERS President: Richard Carroll Vice-president: William Fischer Secretary: Willis Kisselburg Treasurer: Eugene Bostater T Mmm- 'I' Pnnif-plln. J. Ro 9 .4 ,O 0 M. fb, lv, ,,-4,5 .5 n, G. XVubcr, J. NVhnlun, .l. N Villi 'TSZ -.oh ,,- F. Gonzales, J. Pearson, R. Ruble, F. Valdez, R. Vlllella, V. Walcott. Townsmen The Townsmen Club was or OFFICERS President: Ronald Park Vice-president: Ronald Ruble Secretary: Charles V011 Treasurer: Ernest Bryant ganized on the UNM campus in the fall of 1948. M b ' . em ers are drawn from Independent men enrolled at the University. The D111 COHSI-StS of 8 golden top hat. The purpose of the group is to promote better fellowshi a I I9 m0ng ndependent men. This year the group held two Mont C ff - e arlo dances and two tea" parues, t 196 SPO1'tS i O I 4 ' Y 4 4 4 ' ' 1 4 I l F E fi T 52 . 4' 9 4 . 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The Wolfpack entered the field under the leadership of a new coach, one Dudley DeGroot. Lobo fans watched a brand of football that had seldom been seen on Zimmerman field. Whether the Wolfpack Won or lost, the fans still enjoyed the game, for they were seeing good football. The squad was still be- low par, but there were good blocks, tackles, and coordination which illustrated the fact that the boys Were at least learning and learning Well the funda- mentals of good football. 200 -"5 -sg '-rs:-xx we . ,. :K':kt1:Q, 3 V, Q N X X XX ffm- s , Q .1 G ':1:2:1:1:-E':1E155:-.':1:" X . 'Q ' ' 1-:Qs : . -- .1 . 1:53:15 .. as-Wg? Q . x--f ' Qs- 15 11135:-1-t-ti-1-E513:-:-:-:-:-:gl-2:35:11-1-t-1-1-.,-3-,Q -' Q. - - " 1--I ziiziziiziziiflsi.'TSS:i5:::g:ff1-liiiaz-W ,M X - 5- if X, is :SX ,ug 4-X---: 1, - ifiifllf ,fffixf - Z :H -. - Mx -1: . 'i' 11.Qglr1Qf1iE1g. ,,.. - .--I,',,.,'2f1'EEi,.,,5 ,Sig-1 Pi iffzilif31:-'iii11111715':'f51'9':':"li:lH5', . 1:1331-13'f . 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The leader of this rout was Chuck Hill, who was perhaps the greatest back of the season. Everyone on the Cherry and Silver squad looked good in this game, and the hopes were high concerning a victory the following week with Tempe. However, this game, played at Goodwin Stadium at Tempe, netted a Tempe victory of 41-6 over the Lobos. Tempe was spearheaded by two gridders 201 Manny Morales eludes a would-be tucklor. XFQ l n Q l i l - E 1 B l a 2 l 5 2 1 v f o 1 II' Q, S C JOK E, " Bill Pegue intercepts a lateral to ta Carl Swan CNo. 769 rushes to close up the gap. named White and Aja. Bucky Brandenburg escaped the clutch- es of the Tempe Sun Devils to run 80 yards and score the lone Lobo tally. The following week UNM gridders managed to down a stiff New Mexico Aggie squad to the tune of 26-13. The game was marked by two 95-yard runs by Lobo Bill Pegue and by Aggie Herb Adams. Passing dominated this game. The next week the Lobos set the precedent for the rest of the season by losing t0 West Texas, 45-6. In this, as in every following game, the De- Groot men gave the spectators a good show. They fought, they D 5 uck Hill Hill aga in this time diving for too long a pass spite the scores there was still some hope for another victory. This hope was doomed to frus- tration for the Lobos managed to miss almost as many blocks and tackles as they made, and each member of the team suf- fered from fumbleitis. The Wy- oming Cowboys exemplified this frustration with their 44-0 vic- tory over the Lobos the following Week, October 28. Manny Mo- rales Was the outstanding man in the fight against Wyoming, but despite his brilliant defensive FRED REYNOLDS, T kl play-Well, you know the score. The spirit of Homecoming again boosted the hopes of the down- cast Lobo fans. But the rise of spirit did little to help the ill- fated gridders as they dropped the game to the University of Arizona 38-0. Once again the Lobos put up a good battle, which the score cannot possibly showg during the first quarter of the game the Lobos showed the quality that the fans had been expecting all year, for they held the powerful Arizona Wildcats 83-WM. , i-.A Chuck Hill attempts to 1104210 thr LJ 1 1 bie Hughes sets off on I1 broken-field J t JOHN WATSON, FB I 1 4 4 1 4 xxxx x xx ww NN N N X mx N . X X W xl k Hill set to pull in a short pass. e of the many pile-ups during the rough fight aga six times as they defeated the Lobos 37-12 in Jones Stadium, at Texas Tech. DeGroot's effect upon the squad was shown by every good block or tackle thrown during the games, but the new head coach just didn't have time t make something out of practie- ally nothing. Next year UNM is a member of the Skyline confer- ance, and with two years of De- Groot we can only hope that the gridders will finally rise out of their slump to present UNM with a Victorious football team. 0 DICK BRETT, RH ABOVE: Ray Esquibel drops in two points. BA KET B LL RIGHT: A1 Hubinger starts a turn for a pivot-shot. I f "ffm f ,f, 1 2 , dxf, nf: P 'HZ l ff! f, f ,ag fy ll. I 3, ' . Xa QIIZH' ,,lj5f', 'I-I . , ,..1I:,fl 22 mi. , 55535,Z,g.155:g53zg,z:1k N:-,fc fy xwffif. ,s -' :mass -' ""' 1-:ff A 21 4- . - .. W- . fe:- -7 Q.-.fn . z a . -4 1. 41 1- ws, '-V21-2',.'. '- Jiiygfjm M- ,ad M. vw- gi , frfuskfbiieafi l 'AA V' .-: . , " ,???.'-2 ,Z-:Zi-" 5-42 'Z-if - 2:3 . -::f2'15E::'IsIsf53Q4:?- if: 2 ' , M. , , O f"" .. . .,fg',i A , .,. ...wx .. Q,- .,: f f , 4140 WYVW f Ii ia , ..--' 'M- inf u u 14' I X3 LN 4 f . 1 L' if Q in' . FYQ. if .JN- S x D - 0 Q .-. . ,-,vi WF B my v bi 'F 7!:f Q 42' 12' 2 'Y 5 Q' I. 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Swenson 4No. 855 sets to drop '1 jump shot. ing slightly in height, they greatly im- proved over last year's record of only five wins for the season. One of the most impor- tant games of the season was that against the New Mexico Aggies at which time the vic- torious Lobos seized second place for a few .I J RIGHT Coach Woody Clements weeks The score of the game was 52 50 All of th1s years squad Wlth e exceptlon of B111 Wegel and Puffy Leonard fand the grace of Uncle Samj will return to Carlisle Gym next season. BELOW: "Woody" talks sense to the team before the game. Left to right around the circle: "Woody," Tuttle, Currie, Kremer, Esquibel, Kennedy, Weger, Darrow, Richardson, Leonard, Swenson, Hubinger, and Peterson. ,-as 4219 x fri ..-M all ' r BASE BALL The 1950 season of baseball witnessed an ill-fated Lobo squad Win 4 and lose 13. How- ever, this season C1951J again under the excellent coaching of George Petrol, the Win and lost column should bear happier tidings. LEFT T0 RIGHT: Larry Tuttle Barrie Barnes Vic Starnes Wally Cecil Ed G'1rv1n11n 'md Al XX right x 3 1 1 'iff' f ,ff W7 1 Ig 1 ,fb f ' ' 7 iQgcy1g, ' I f,,, 'L," V Track Coach Roy Johnson pro- duced a fair showing last season with his Lobo thin- clads. The boys Cin the 1950 seasonb won two meets, lost two meets, and came in sec- ond in a triangular meet with Texas Tech and the New Mexico Aggies. This year we fear the prospects are not so bright. Two cinder-path men warm up before the season opens. The Lobo hoofers shown taking the hurdles in strxde. Tennis The Tennis team in the 1950 season Won 31 per cent of their individual matches and netted 51 Wins and 83 losses. This season the Lobo fans and the Lobo racquetmen hope for a better record from their now more ex- ?-- ,V Q- 'Vim V H H QW "1 H sr 1 S A, k'i'i -2.-ng - 5 'il .V. 'Tw' 'A me 'I 'Q T lPllis"i f " ' L 1 1. 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In this contest the Lobo team ranked 16th out of the 23 entered teams. However, Jim Frost reached the third round of match play, and Paul Halter placed second in the driving contest. Frost putts amid part of the large gallery attending the tournament. 1 4 1 S 5 v W I I RIGHT: And one of the "cowboys" is tossed off. Rodeo This year the competent Lobo Horsemen played host to the National Rodeo competi- tion. The event was held at the State Fair grounds, and although the Lobos did not capture first place, they did show the Lobo fans some fine riding, roping, and racing. LEFT: Barbara Bigbee, Rodeo Queen. LEFT: One of the "cowboys" hangs on . . . one of the b0YS handles his horse. A steer and a cowpoke tussle in the dirt. 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V mi pta A -4 allowcfen Dance Another charming couple poses at the dance f5f3':i'3:3:7f:T?75-Ylfzfi'-'37""" Wifjff' - ' I -.., - -V.-.xv ..w-,Qw,i,, -Y., . Daisy Macs and Li'l .-Xbners. Nancy O. didn't show up, but Daisy did. ,1- fx. 243 ,.fY,.,.-V-...1---l-- -- Masks and smiling faces make u Yokum county out of the SUB. adic Hawkins Da ir. Bob Dimond, co-King of Hearts in a post-dance decision. King of Hearts LEFT: Jo Ann Dinsmoor crowns Chuck Scott, Kappa Sigma, King of Hearts. Life in a Gir1's Dorm Bev Boden gets the job done. -iw An endless task is attacked by Nancy Murray. .,,,., v 1,1 Q, I Shelby and Dorothy Ann co-operate on a vital matter. Life in the Ralph Brutsche and House Mother Maud Davis cut a rug in the ballroom, BELOW: Some of the boys listen to the World Series. The Ping Pong table in' the game room receives at- tention. Men's New Dorm RIGHT and BELOW We see the preparations to feed the hungry horde of dorm occupants. ' ,,., 1 QA - I p , ..,x. t Several inmates change their t linens. In .E V, .' I si ' 247 'K A lone survivor during the Christmas vacation. One of the Okinawa students seeks aid in finding his towel. the piano in the game room The boys make harmony by """I'.u. VNW11? -"'3t- -, Jesse Hagy puts some time in on his books. A German student and an Okinawa student help prepare for the dorm's Christmas cele- brations. 249 ' Seveial occupants check then boxes at the doim post office. X X ffv N 7114 ' Q Rodcy Lois and Don Chilcott go over some of the lines of the Rodey production "Dream Girl." Phyllis Summers applies make-up to Helen Camp. Rodey Theatre is the student's theatre on the UNM campus. The dramatic students of the campus create the sets and produce all of the Rodey plays under the supervision and aid of the faculty members of the Drama Depart- ment. Mr. Edwin Snapp is the head of the Drama Department and he directs many of the plays. Theatre Lois Chilcott strikes a pose in "Dream Girl." James Miller, Tech- nical Director, and David Shaw Work on a bit of scenery. 155 Don Chilcott, Helen Camp, and Lois Vhilcott in a scene from "Dream Girl." W l 1 5. Three scenes from "Girl From Wyoming" "Girl From Wyoming" was a highly successful musical comedy starring Marjorie Wymore as the "Girl," and Don Chilcott as her hero. Plenty of cheesecake and a liberal sprinkling of slapstick humor, topped with a masterful performance by Helen Camp as the Indian Squaw who just stood, speechless and expressionless, combined to make a dish the audience loved. Tom Ormsby as the bad man, and Amalia Carlos as Ghiquori, the dancing girl, gave outstanding perform- ances. The final event of the four-star production was "The Silver Whistle." Playwright Rob- ert E. McEnroe, in Theatre Arts, said of his three-act comedy, "As a result of snoop- ing of elderly people, I am prepared to report on my elders. Since my mind isn't cluttered up With information on the sub- ject I can afford to be dogmatic." Don Chil- cott played the lead in the part of hobo Oliver Ervventer, who enters an old people's home with a birth certificate he dug out of a trash can, and he claims to be 77 years old. He stays to make the elderly people forget their years and ills with his tales of World wide adventure. Roman Totenberg and h1s violin The University The 1950-1951 series of the University Program Series opened with a violin performance by Roman Totenberg. He played selections by Dvorak, Bach, Debussy, Bartok, Paganini, and Sarasate. Following Totenberg's appearance on October 31, came the Don Cossack chorus which sang in the Carlisle gymnasium on November 21. The Don Cossacks were conducted by Serge J aroff. The chorus is comprised of White Russians and originated in 1920 at a Russian army camp. Charles Laughton pictured in poses from his readings. Program Series John Mason Brown next appeared in the Series, and he talked of many things in his lecture, "Seeing Things." Mr. Brown is an author, drama critic, lecturer, and associate editor on the Satur- day Review of Literature. Elizabeth Waters fol- lowed Mr. Brown's lecture on February 16, with a solo dance recital on April 10. Miss Waters created the choreography for her five dances. Scheduled to appear in May, after being unable to appear twice before, is Charles Laughton. Mr, Laughton puts on a one man show with his highly entertain- ing readings. ABOVE: John Mason Brown. RIGHT: Serge J aroff, conductor of the Don Cos- sack chorus. The Don Cossack chorus Summer RIGHT: Ciddie Cain prepares to execute a back dive off the diving board at the UNM swimming pool. A weekly square dance held on the tennis courts acljaceiit to Carlisle Gym. A game of ball in progress in the university pool. ,, o 1 , f LEFT. A fam1l1a1 scene at the l f? mug age' I 1' " V 1 4 og e SW'1IT1I'I'1111g pool, , , .. ,, , , X ? , , ,.1f' I - 5 5 fm :fi ' ., " , ' I A .A o Q 1 ' Q " 1-M 1 iv ' ff . 9 'Q .1 A W " 'Tay A' f::fSi'ffQLgj'- 1: 2 - I - M , ,:. 'f J? ge'Qg ,?i- M , V An evening dance in the game room of the Men's New Dorm. I, xgf , . . f , N x 5 Y V tk, '1 fi 4 'I , I Sun bZItl'l61'S1'Cl2lXbj'thC UNM pool. new x 1 1 I I. Q.. 4 RX , X s wx . ,. 9 sy ' XV X , Q 3 Qstgi , XX . 1 'f K ' . Q x xx X W x ' I ,., l If ,Q 4 M x ,,s .X , ,wh , rjy 3,1 .I 'Yr' W . fr'3'. 4 , C 1 W tail? .- Q, 4 :Aga 1 5,1 . y rf . ' .xii ' 1 " ,L gr. JAP' A. fs. , , Unnoted LOIS COX Lois is a sophomore and a m b she is Rush Chairman. She haseiOeb1?fhIia5cElZil3tlIlg1iihTg? ta if which 1 e lb que Civic Symphony, a vocalist in the Opera Work h uquer- Committee of the St d t - S Op, OH the Finance k u en Senate, president of the Freshman Class a wor er on the Student Book Exchange and a committee h . 5 - . f c airman or WSSF. Sh b USP- e IS a mem er of Sigma Alpha Iota, the Student Senate, and RON NORMAN Ron has served as president of the Junior Cl th' ' member of the Publications Board, Alpha PhiaOir1egSty5l?l0SiEd:n2i3 Senate, the Spirit Committee, and in the NROTC. He is in Sigma Alpha Epsilon and is IFC president. Ron also was a cheerleader this year and will be next year, NANCY GASS Nancy is a sophomore and member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. She was president of Spurs, sophomore women's honorary, was on the MIRAGE staff for two years, and Was associate editor of the MIRAGE this year. She will be next year's MIRAGE Editor. She also headed the faculty contributions committee for WSSF. As a delegate, she attended a Spur regional convention at U. S. C. I JACK FUTTERKNECHT .I k is a member of Sigma Chi. He was president of the fraternityi ac ' t IFC. H has been on the Dazly Lobo staff, an and representative o e n A member of Sigma Delta ., - ht d t of the paper this year. gnilinallizsiiiolhonorary fraternity' Jack was 3 delegate to the 1, Jo . - - ' ' a. national convention in Miami Beach, Fl01'1d 3'3:3t-.l:3.'t'.'5?:7'7'i"'TTT' otables BARBARA EAGER Barbara is a senior in the College of Fine Arts, was president of Chi Omega, Was a member of Spurs in her sophomore year, was on the Judiciary Committee, and has acted in numerous Rodey plays, including "Girl from Wyoming," f'Madwoman of Chaillot," "Dark of the Moon," "Papa is All," "Fireman's Flame," "Twelfth Night," "Peer Gynt," "L'Histoire D'Soldat," "Outward Bound," "Admirable Crich- ton," and several of the one act plays. BILL WADE Bill is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences and is the Man- aging Editor of the Lobo. He is also a member of the Press Club and of Sigma Delta Chi, of which he has been secretary. Bill has been in the following Rodey productions: "The Admirable Crichton," "Ham- let," and several one act plays. Earlier this year, Bill was News Editor of the Lobo. GYPSY JO BENNETT In her freshman year, Gypsy was vice-president of her class, in the Student Senate, secretary of the Publications Board, on the MIRAGE staf, and she won the Theta pledge award. She also received the out- standing freshman and later the outstanding sophomore awards. As a sophomore, she was a member of Spurs, secretary of the USP, on the Phi Kappa Phi honor roll, on the Student Council, and a member of the Publications Board. Now a junior, she is in Alpha Kappa Delta, the Student Council, Student Body secretary, and president Of Kappa Alpha Theta. HERB WRIGHT Herb was president of the N.A.A.C.P., and also helpefi t0Cfi1'fiaZZ3 this group at UNM in 1947. He was a member of the Flying L1 ,S P is e member of Alpha Phi Omega, P1 sigma Alphag Jefboans' U " U.S.C.F., and the Student Senate. He was vice-Dfesldenttof Omega, and was also nominated for the Student Sena e p 261 Engineers Cpen House LEFT: Joan Howertes and Harold Yeagley test the kissing meter. BELOW: An exhibit on the methods of road building. x New Buildings RIGHT: The Civil Engineering Build- ing. The Sigma Chi House. H+' 5 gn. x RIGHT: The Classroom Building. ' . - f-vi., V'-----.5393 v.,, LEFT: The Phi Delta Theta House 3 ho's Who LEFT: Anne and Bill Speerg SEC- OND ROW: Marian Cobbett, Bob Langifordg THIRD Row: Chuck Weber, Liz Scanlon. If il fx 1-' 5' f Q Type' X311 if ll gr . ww.-x-u ---we -- - , -...... .,.,.-. ,.-4... .- . 4 Who's Who LEFT: Bob Grantg SECOND Row: Kathy Kepner, Bev Grenkog THIRD ROW: Fenton Kelley, Bob Colgan. AV,. HMS: ,UN N Q lo "v-w:vv,1vJY"0-Quo Nx- ho's Who RIGHT: Elaine Jackson g SECOND ROW: Lee Arnett, Jackie Henrieg THIRD ROW: Barbara Bigbee, Larry Spears. ' - . v.,XvA-:-.-.-.-,,.?tW, --. ,, Who,s Who LEFT: Pat Perkinsg SECOND Row: Leo Romero, Rosemary "Poe" Jonesg THIRD ROW: Ann Jackson, Wright Van Deusen. Q.. 41 1 i t I x 1 I 4 3 v I l ! I 1 1 V1 .44 A ,va 4.4 fff, 1? 4 I. , ,Y If J. "N ,.. I 4 1 4: I I I i ll 4 4 3 3 ' I i ,II I1 ' 8 O., tl 'A 11 ho's Who LEFT: Jimmy Goldsteing SECOND ROW: Mary Etta Huning, Norman "Moon" Barnhartg THIRD ROW: Wilson Knappg MISSING: George Vincent. WhO's Who RIGHT: Ron Hammershoyg SECOND ROW: Fred Wong, Joe Passarettig THIRD ROW: Nancy Fraser, Bob Cox. V 'Vx '-v-egv..v Campus Personalities Dale Bolton is Assistant-manager of the Student Union Building. He is always ready to convenience those Who Wish to use the SUB for dances or other school functions. Miss Elder is the person in the Personnel Office who greets everyone With a sincere smile, and helps them with the endless problems of their organi- zations. Sergeant Looney is a famil- iar face on campus to those Who violate rules or who need some aid. "Doc" Fenley is one of the last of old-school nevvspapermen. He and his motorcycle are a familiar sight on campus, but We miss the old ribbon ties that he used to Wear. A Calendar of Events at the University of New Mexico for the Scholastic Year, 1950-51 SEPTEMBER- ' Enrollment hits 4,000 . . . President Tom Popejoy greets 750 Freshmen . . . B ' ' ' ook Exchange in operation . . . Bibler and the crossword puzzles enter the Lobo in place of Li'l Abner . . . Sororities and Frater 't' h ni ies rus . . . Hopes high for Lobo Football . . . New classroom building scheduled to be built t t ' ' nex o the Gym . . . Rev. L. C. Wilson appointed campus Min- ' t IS er . . . Miss Betty Braham appointed assistant dean of women . . . Rodeyschedules "Dream Girl" . . . Ed Abbey asks for "top" literature for the T-B' Z ' wc . . . Dale Bolton named assistant manager of the SUB . . . John Large exhibits some razzle-dazzle baton twirling at the football games . . . Dining hall complaints begin and continue thr h t oug ou the .year . . ..Marge Helper writes "The Word" for the Lobo Big pep rally issues in the grid season. . . Library staff numbers 65 Aquinas Hall dedicated . . . Dudley appears at UNM thanks t o ac Tiger' Tomlins . . . The Lobos swamp Flagstai 78-0 . . . Phi 'Kappa Tau ' th h ' wins e sc olarship trophy . . . Hershberger elected the first presi- dent of the Men's New Dorm . . . Police give 30 tickets for parking violations. OCTOBER- Lobos lose to Tempe 41-6 . . . Lobo Editor says, "So we lost one" . . . MIRAGE pictures taken in the SUB . . . 12 fraternities pledge 234 men . . . Crusade for Freedom sweeps campus . . . New SUB plan includes three ballrooms . . . Controversy over auditorium . . . Indian dances to predict football game outcome at pep rally . . . Lobos beat New Mexico Aggies 26-13 . . . Basketball team gets early start . . . Bill Deaton elected Student Senate President . . . School Spirit committee in full swing under Jimmy "Little Caesar" Goldstein . . . Intramural basketball underway . . . University Psychologist says that malcontents are saved by college clinics . . . 84-piece band goes to West Texas game . . . Race for class oflicers gets hot . . . Rise Stevens sings at Carlisle gym . . . Jack Gill writes an editorial on sex . . . Campus Party places twelve out of fourteen candidates in office . . . West Texas defeats Lobos 45-6 . . . Campus Party advocates TV in SUB . . . Jim Woodman and Hank Park- inson plan Homecoming with aid of Bill Hall, Alumni Director . . . First Western Day a success . . . SAE wins intramural track . . . Nine coeds l 271 Vie for DL . . .- - - - na e by B Aligiiitgom-3.y.t:V1ll1a1? Jones-Burdick works on snakes and cancer . in th U . . D ay or Homecoming dance . . : Roman Totenburg opens ,mil niyerslty Program SSFIGS . . . "Dream Girl" draws praise for sets Zlebatac ing . . . Admiral Phillips reviews NROTC Battalion . . . UNM in theeggrpllzn to attend Grand National Forensic tournament at Virginia H0meC0ming Queen title First T Bm demi td NOVEMBER- S1g1I12.Ch1 wins lntramural tennis . . . Ann Jackson, Alpha Delta Pi, is H0111eC0111111g' Quecng Rita Deanin, first attendant, Nadyne Nave, second attendant . . . Time capsule buried at this the 25th Homecoming to be dug 1111 111 25 Years . . . H-C dance at La Loma . . . 5,000 alums expected at Homecoming . . . Arizona beats Lobos 38-0 . . . 509 students get part- tlme positions . . . Sadie Hawkins Day climaxed by dance . . . Lobos lose to Army 51-0 . . . George Fenley plays for the Civic Symphony . . . University chorus presents Bach's B Minor Mass . . . Modern Dance workshop opens under Elizabeth Waters . . . Thefts frequent on campus . . . Bus ride to Texas Tech game scheduled . . . Toy Dance tickets go on sale . . . Chuck Weber represents the Student Senate on the Judiciary Committee . . . Don Cossack Chorus sings at Carlisle gym . . . Pledges walk out . . . Tingley opposes auditorium site . . . Bill Holden chooses the MIRAGE Beauty Queen . . . Regents approve city auditorium contract . . . USP schedules scenic trips . . . 13 candidates vie for Beauty Queen . . . Chemical engineers work on projects . . . University music depart- ment accepted by the National Association of Schools of Music . . . Debaters leave for East Central Forensic Meet at Ada, Oklahoma . . . Student council reports 951,121 spent for Homecoming activities . . . Song- fest planned . . . Ski club seeks snow in Colorado. DECEMBER- Jo Cozzens, Alpha Chi Omega, is the 1951 MIRAGE Beauty Queen . . First attendant, Gail Whitman, second attendant, Anne Peterson . . . Barbara Eager stars in the Rodey play "Madwoman of Chaillotn . . - Sigma Alpha Iota chorus presents Christmas concert . . . Miss Dorothy Cline to attend White House Conference . . . The Men's New Dorm gives fi 'st annual Christmas dance . . . 31 students make college Whois Who 1 . Dr Guttmacher lectures on sex crimes . . . Sigma Chi house opens i ' 0 uf- ' ' S f st . . . Basketball season opens against West- . . . 18 gioupgtvite in onfgloios Win 92 49 UNM travel agency Sched- ern Colorado a e . . . ' ' ' ' . , ules car pools for vacationing students . . . Jane Snow solos in .Handelsc "Messiah" . . . Hanging of the Greens . . . December T-Bzrd flies abou the campus . . . Editor Abbey Says that it flopped Offptgfelgress L- 2 -- ixty students to New York . . .. 1 app-'21 iliixitiieussltl C U ly lgviifrosien in Journalism Petition Theta Slgma Phl Uouft nalism L honororyl . . . Coaches discuss "sanity iofigigz-VGOL 121111136512 Omcgo presents inlirmary with a rad10 I fiesta Thing" . . . Phi Delts and Cl'l1OI'1'l9g3' Wm Ong ' 272 . ,.-1 ess 1 1 51 x . A '.-.- -. -A-x-.--f --.,..c. . "7"'G" JANUARY- University directors appear for 35 cents . . . Gracia Smith gives violin recitl...P " a ublications forced to make allowances for on-coming drop in enrollment . . . University Religious Week scheduled for March . . . Frances Craig gives a violin recital . . . Mr. Kelley, Dr. Fitzsimmons, and Ch - ' ' arles Maxwell explore a canyon in Mexico . . . March T-Bircl coos for more copy . . . Foreign Film shows "Major Barbara" Bfisk tb ll - - . c e 21 team still going strong . . . College of Pharmacy advances says Dean B 1 1 u Q owers . . . Closed week silences campus activities . . . Exam week silences the campus except for frequent groans. FEBRUARY- Registration "blues" . . . Dr. Dittmer receives award for his study of t K roo s . . . 'The Word" and Marge Helper leave UNM . . . Fraternities and Sororities rush . . . Tennis stars appear at UNM . . . Snow and cold weather plague campus . . . Enrollment reaches about 3,863 . . . Chess games stalemate publication members . . . Mortar Board backs marriage lectures . . . Greek students at UNM say U. S. girls are cold . . . SAE's win Intramural football . . . Hadacol hits presents "Barber of Seville" . . . Beverlee Grenko, Alpha Delta Pi, wins leadership award . . . New Mexico's basketball team gains second place in the B-C conference . . . Johnny Dear appointed to NCAA Golf Committee . . . 52 players turn out for baseball drill . . . University offers S250,000 toward the building of the auditorium . . . Poetry prevalent in the Lobo Letterip column . . . Junior-Senior Prom scheduled for May 5 . . . Ten fraternity men vie for the "King of Hearts" . . . John Mason Brown lec- tures at the SUB . . . Ramon J. Sender, UNM professor of Spanish, named one of greatest living Spanish writers . . . Bill Wade becomes Managing Editor of the Lobo . . . Lobo dateline runs upside down . . . 3S250,000 College of Law building has preliminary plans established . . . AWS crowns Chuck Scott "King of Hearts" . . . Student Council crowns Bob Dimond "co-King of Hearts" . . . Ten candidates vie for MIRAGE Popularity Queen . . . Ron Norman elected president of IFC . . . Ten law students make Dean's list . . . Debaters win trophy at Abilene Chris- tian Speech Tournament . . . Campus still longing for Varsity Show . . . Dean Donnelly discusses evil effects of grades at Liberal Arts Convention . . . John Large gives voice recital . . . Dr. Fleck announces twenty foot- ball letters . . . Lobo runs proposed student constitution so that all stu- dents may read it before voting on it in March . . . "Poe" Jones, Alpha Delta Pi, is 1951 MIRAGE Popularity Queen, first attendant, Carrie Wil- liams, second attendant, Cynthia Choyce. campus . . . Civic concert MARCH- Lobo continues daily run despite financial difficulties I . . Students vote to accept the proposed Associated Students constitution, but final OK is left up to Judiciary Committee due to light vote Of Students -H - - Educa- tion needs mere interest, says Dr. Rautman, clinical psychologist at. UNM , , . Lois COX Sings with Civic Symphony . . . Basketball team yields a fourth place tie with West Texas, beating Hardin-Simmons in final game 55-54 . . . 1,000 students in Intramural sports . . . UNM's Georgia Thalas greets three movie stars in Albuquerque premier of "Raton Pass" . . . Nancy Gass called before court in a joke connived by Mr. Bill Hall . . . Men's Dorm occupants complain about food . . . UNM golfers open season at New Mexico ASLM . . . "The Girl from Wyoming" packs the house at Rodey theatre . . . Debaters face West Point team . . . New regents retain President Popejoy . . . UNM drama students Barbara Eager and Bob McCoy star on TV show . . . The Sigma Chi house receives a pet skunk as a fellow boarder . . . UNM band gives a concert . . . Engineers celebrate St. Patrick's day with green-sheet and dance . . . Nelson Eddy appears at Carlisle gym . . . Girl's play intramural basket- ball . . . Scotch skits by Pi Beta Phi .and Sigma Chi win first place on Stunt Night . . . Swimming pool opens . . . Mary McCulloh, Kappa Kappa Gamma, represents New Mexico at Mexico City's Spring Fiesta . . . Wright Van Deusen, Lobo editor, scolds regents fin an editoriall for not naming buildings . . . Judiciary Committee OK's Student Constitu- tion . . . The annual football intrasquad Cherry-Silver game is won by the "veteran" Cherry squad 25-7 . . . New cheerleaders tryout at game . . . Lobo editorial states that election for a queen draws a heavier vote than the voting on the Student Constitution. APRIL- Regents approve a 310 tuition increase . . . Charles Laughton scheduled to appear at Carlisle Gym, but doesn't make it . . . Campus politicos start campaigning for the May election of the Student Body President and the Student Council . . . Rodey plans to show "Silver Whistle" . . . Golf team is going strong . . . Thunderbird gets wings clipped due to question- able editorial judgment concerning the cover's quotation . . . Jack Gill elected Editor of 1951-1952 Lobo . . . Nancy Gass to head MIRAGE in '51-'52 . . . Warren Kiefer may head T-Bird . . . Staff of T-Bird banned for one year from publication work . . . May issue of T-Bird banned . . . Religious Conference on UNM campus . . . WSSF' drivesees faculty auctioned . . . Ethel Waters dances for University Concert series . . . Fraternity houses raided by police in search for "one-arm bandits" . . . T-Bird data fills Lobo columns . . . Navy Band plays . . . Checking sta- tion for books and coats opens in SUB . . . Student Council increases the income of the Debate Team . . . Commerce day held by Business Adminis- tration students . . . Joan Jacobs, Alpha Delta Pi, is 1951 Paper Doll . . . Hazel Scott to play at UNM in May . . . Third party hits campus 5 called Associated Party . . . Mozart's Requiem scheduled by University chorus for May 3 . . . Honors Day Assembly scheduled for May 2 . . . Indian dances held in Zimmerman stadium. 4 27 Calkins, Rosemary, 72, 147 Aaron, Joseph, 117 Abbey, Edward, 126, 127 Ackerman, Richard, 50 Adams, Lester, 66 Adams, Natalie, 50, 129, 149 Adelfang, Jules, 22 Adkins, Harold, 57 Adler, Holly, 57 Agnew, David, 50, 102 Agos, Joseph, 138, 141 Aitson, Lucius, 50 Aldous, Duane, 43, 184 Aldrich, Lenore, 22 Aldrich, Robert, 43 Aleksey, E. R., 66 Alfano, William, 43, 184 Allen, Almeda, 151 Allen, Phil, 150 Aller, D., 74 Allinger, Richard, 43, 101 Allman, Denny, 50 Allyn, Barbara, 57, 129 Almes, Jackie, 57 Alonzo, Althea, 22 Altmiller, William, 22 Altuna, Cecelia, 43, 131, 150 Anaya, Gilbert, 57 Anders, Bill, 57 Anderson, Donald, 50, 69, 178 Anderson, Henry, 106 Anderson, M. H., 43, 174 Anderson, Patricia, 50 Anderson, Joan, 43, 162 Anderson, William, 43, 134 Andrews, Beverly, 99 Ange, Marian, 22, 97, 168, 264 Ange, Martha, 57, 168 Anthes, Barbara, 57 Apao, Joseph, 22 Aperman, Joe, 143 Aragon, Joe, 22 Arasaki, Kozen, 57 Archinofsky, Bernard, 22, 134 Archuleta, Louis, 43, 105 Armijo, Joseph, 22 Armour, Charles, 22 Armstrong, Elizabeth, 112 Arnett, Lee, 22, 156, 166, 266 Arnold Victor, 57 Arnot, Margaret, 114 Arpaci, A. F., 22, 103 Artley, Roger, 43, 102, 184 Arundale, Robert, 22, 178 Ash, Henry, 50, 176 Ashby, Herbert, 43 Ashe, John, 43 Ashimine, Eiichi, 57 Ashlock, Walter, 50, 101 Asimos, Vivian, 150 Atwater, Richard, 22 ,-A Austin, Ollie, 50 Avalos, Rebecca, 57 , 171 Avant, Patricia, 22 Bellner, Gerald, 142 Bender, Margaret, 43, 139, 162, 163 Avery, Thomas, 57, 142, 186 Avis, Margaret, 150 Ayer, Sadie, 43 Azar, Joseph, 57 Babb, Willis, 22, 143, 176 Baca, Pauline, 57, 151 Baiiin, K., 176 Bailey, Devon, 131 Bailey, Roger, 43, 106, 176 Baird, Patricia, 50, 99, 170 Benderson, Richard, 43 Benge, Mary, 50 Benham, Kneeland, 140 Bennett, Evaughn, 50 Bennett, Frances, 23, 164 Bennett, Gypsy Jo, 43, 70, 166, 261 Benson, Norman, 43, 188 Benton, Carolyn, 57, 151 Benton, Marian, 23, 164 Benton, William, 104, 105 1 Baker Donna, 50, 154 Baker, John, 43 Baker, N ancie, 50 Baker, Norval, 50 Baker, Robert, 57 Baker, V., 170 rn Balco b, Robert, 57 Baldwin, Harry, 43 Baldwin, Jane, 43, 74, Balling, Anna, 57 Baltz, Keith, 43 128, 1 58 Barlow, LaRuth, 50 Barnes, Barry, 43, 178 Barnett, Acie, 57 ' Barnett, Frederic, 109 Barnett, Norman, 22, 104, 105 Barney, Dave, 57 Barney, Robert, 57 Barnhart, Norman, 22, 68, 98, 190, 269 Barnhart, Philip, 23 Barns, Bert, 23, 188 Barr, Donald, 23, 103 Barrett, Constance, 23, 166 Barriga, B., 118 Barriga, Joan, 23 Barrow, Leo, 113 Bartlett, Wayne, 57 Bartlett, Margaret, 43, 154 Bartlett, Wanda, 43, 150 Barton, Hallie, 43, 139, 145 Barton, Margaret, 43, 168 Bass, Charles, 57 Bawuah, Richmond, 50 Bax, Miriam, 23, 129, 160 Beach, Joan, 43, 150 Beach, Marie, 57 Bear, Robert, 23, 186 Beavers, Paul, 23, 103, 174 Beck, Allen, 134 Beck, Frank, 23 Beck, Guy, 105 Beddo, Byron, 23 Bednar, Lyn, 50 Begay, Tom, 57 Bell, Mary Etta, 23, 168, 269 Berg, Caroline, 66, 149 Berg, Christine, 23, 149 Bergstrom, David, 112 Berkshire, Rowena, 50, 129 Bernstein, Arthur, 50, 172 Bernstein, I., 130 Bernstein, Melbourn, 23, 172 Bett, Marcia, 150 Beverstock, Martha, 57 , 151 Biddle, Jerome, 23, 166 Biddle, Peter, 57 Bigbee, Barbara, 23, 129, 158, 266 Bigham, Patricia, 50, 136, 150 Bigney, Wesley, 23 Bingham, Cecil, 23, 105 Bircher, Phillip, 43 Birkelo, Ralph, 23, 174 Bisberg, Tobi, 135, 151 Bittel, Barbara, 50, 162 Bittman, Richard, 23 Blachly, Rachel, 50, 99, 130, 158 Black, Blenna Lou, 57 Black, Charles, 23, 103 Black, Jimmy, 57 Blackwell, Harlan, 57 Blade, Gordon, 108 Blake, Betty, 43 Blake, Marietta, 129 Blanc, Mary Jo, 43, 162 Bloom, Pat, 50, 154 Bobrink, Charles, 50, 184 Boden, Beverly, 57, 245 Bodie, Dana, 75, 126, 127, 149 Boeglin, Albert, 102 Boehmer, Charles, 138 Boettcher, Charles, 23 Bofiin, Kenneth, 50 Bogart, Lowell, 134 Bohannan, Jerry, 50 Bolander, Donald, 57 Bolander, Jack, 43, 148 Boles, Maxine, 65, 141 Bomgren, Chas., 43 Bongard, Phyllis, 57, 128, 151 Boone, Robert, 23, 190 Bordman, 141 Bostater, Eugene, 43, 106, 194 Botwinis, Gladys, 57 Bourbonia, Betty, 50, 99, 158 Bowe, Samuel, 57 Bowhay, Brooks, 57, 133 Bowhay, Philbrick, 50, 182 Box, Eugene, 23, 157, 186 Boyd, Barbara, 43 Boysen, Ursula, 43 Bradbury, Emily, 23, 170 Bradshaw, Joe, 57 Brammer, Genita, 23 Brandebury, Donald, 23, 178 Brannon, Priscilla, 24, 166 Braun, David, 57 Brett, Richard, 50, 182 Breustedt, Carol, 65 Brewster, Albert, 43, 17 6 Bridges, James, 43, 115 Briggs, Patsy, 50, 158 Briggs, Phyllis, 43, 154 Brinistool, Cecil, 109 Brion, Albert, 115 Britt, Donna, 24, 74 Brock, Harold, 132 Brockington, Donald, 43, 192 Brohard, William, 24, 178 Brooks, Barbara, 24, 158 Brooks, Mary, 65, 113 Brower, Joe, 50 Brown, Anita, 24 Brown, Bernard, 106 Brown, Billy, 134 Brown, Burton, 24 Brown, Dale, 102 Brown Freda, 24, 156, 160 Brown, Kay, 43, 161 Brown, M. Kathryn, 160 Brown, M. W., 24 Brown, Marietta, 57, 142, 154 Brown, Ralph, 57 Brown, Sondra, 57 Brown, William, 57 Bruce, Charles, 24 Brunton, George, 134 Brush, Burdine, 150 Brutsche, Ralph, 24, 74, 132, 246 Bryce, Thomas, 57 Buchanan, Clay, 66 Buchanan, Homer, 119 Buckner, Leveta, 50 Buergin, Raymond, 24, 102 Burgbacher, Noel, 57, 151 Burk, Moira, 50, 99, 162 Burke, Beverly, 24 Burke, John, 102 Burke, Mary, 50, 162 Burnham, Susie, 57 Burns, Jessica, 113 Burns, Pat, 66 Burns, Thomas, 57 Burr, Joel, 57 Burran, Jerri, 43 Burt, David, 43 Burton, Francis, 24 Burwell, Rodney, 43 Busch, Joseph, 24, 115, 184 Bushnell, Hugh, 134 Bushnell, Susan, 57 Butler, B., 150 Butler, Bonnylu, 24, 74 Butt, Paul, 43, 131, 176 Butz, Clarence, 24, 105, 118 Byerly, Betty, 43, 150 Bygel, Virginia, 24, 160 Byrd, Carol, 50, 154 Byrnes, George, 24, 80 Byrnes, Roger, 57 Cadman, Harriet, 43, 142, 150 Caldwell, Judith, 137, 143, 151 Calhoun, Delmar, 57 Calkins, Beverlee, 43 Calkins, Fred, 66, 119, 148, 178 Callan, Catherine, 43, 150, 164 Calloway, Mary, 57, 151 Calvin, Jane, 24, 74, 149 Cameron, Joe, 43, 164 Camp, Helen, 250, 251 Campbell, Donald, 25, 104, 105, 176 Campbell, Glenn, 98, 102 Campbell, Herbert, 50, 105 Campbell, Lewis, 43, 192 Campbell, Patsy, 43 Campos, Santiago, 66, 119 Canedi, Robert, 25, 105 Canfield, Richard, 25, 101 Caprio, Eugene, 25 Caraglio, Doris, 43, 149, 153 Cardos, Amalia, 65, 149 Cargill, Jack, 25, 186 Carleton, Welby, 57 Ca1'lmark, Herbert, 44 Carmel, Ruth, 57, 123, 135 Carmichael, Ernest, 25, 178 Carnahan, C., 137, 140 Carnahan, George, 58 Carnicom, William, 134 Carroll, Henry, 44 Carroll, Pat, 44, 182 Carroll, Richard, 95, 142, 157, 194 Carroll, Rupert, 58 Carter, Frank, 58 Casados, Nancy, 58, 142, 154 Casamirra, George, 142 Case, Ben, 58 Cashion, Robert, 25, 104, 105 Casper, T., 129 -.-4. Castillo, Castillo Castillo 3 Emilia, 50 Francis, 192 Gloria, 58, 151 Castillo, Juan, 58, 131 Castillo, Richard, 25, 186 Castillo, Rudolfo, 50, 131 Castillo Victor 44 Castle, Pauline: 58 Cline, J erree, 129 Clisbee, Lemae, 58 Clothier, Ronald, 112 Coats, William, 50 Cobbett, Jack, 25, 188 Cochran, Frances, 139 Cochrell, Virginia, 58, 150 Cohen, Leonard, 25, 135, 172 Catron, John, 66 Catron, Matt, 66 Caylor, Floyd, 25 Caylor, James, 121 Cecil, Wallace, 25, 107, 184 Cejka, John, 25, 103 Cella, Isabel, 58, 122 Cervantes, Jesse, 25, 142 Chambard, John, 58 Chamberlin, Kenneth, 50 Chaplin, Robert, 44 Chapman, Thomas, 50 Chappell, Buddy, 44, 186 Chausteur, John, 44, 106, 176 Chaurenaut, M., 151 Chavez, Benjamin, 25, 131 Chavez, Milton, 58 Chavez, William, 142 ' Cheetham, Joyce, 44, 162 Chenoweth, Dwight, 115 Cherry, Jennie, 50, 128, 162 Chess, Linda, 58, 150 Chess, Viola, 44, 168 Chiado, Paul, 44 Chidamo, F., 138 Chilcott, Donald, 250, 251, 252, 253 Chilcott, Lois, 250, 251, 252, 253 Chisholm, Mary, 25, 168 Choyce, Cynthia, 156, 164, 239 Christy, Marilyn, 58, 151 Christy, Richard, 44, 103, 176 Church, Hugh, 58 Churidis, Ellie, 139, 145 Ciesiel, Robert, 44, 174 Cinelli, Gene, 50 Clark, Bevins, 25 Clark, Bradley, 72, 121, 132, 174 Clark, Diane, 44, 160 Clark, Elwyn, 44 Clark, Harold, 44, 182 Clark, John, 119 Clark, L., 150 Clark, Merle, 58 Clark, Raymond, 108 Clarke, Karle, 25, 143 Clatworthy, John, 50, 182 Clements, Frank, 25, 182 Clements, Manen, 25 Clemmensen, Robert, 44, 188 Cline, Gladys, 44, 113 Cohen, Marvin, 44 Coleman, M., 115 Colgan, Robert, 25, 72, 98, 101, 122, 123, 184, 237, 239, 265 Collatz, Fred, 25 4 Collier, William, 25, 115 Collopy, William, 25 Combs, Robert, 25 Comp, Joseph, 25 Compton, Martin, 104, 105 Comstock, Frederic, 107 Conboy, Edward, 50 Conger, Evelyn, 117 Conley, Molly, 58, 142, 154 Connolly, Gregory, 58 Coogan, John, 44, 184 Cook, B., 150 Cook, Richard, 107 Coonfield, William, 44 Cooper, Roland, 26, 73, 103 Cooper, William, 44 Corbin, Lorraine, 129, 151 Cordos, A., 131 Corey, Paul, 107 Corn, Betty, 58, 139, 151 Cornell, Catherine, 50, 130, 168 Cosper, Jerald, 58 Cottingham, Edward, 50 Cottrell, Marion, 104, 105, 118, 137, 140 Courtney, Edward, 119 Cousland, Mary, 58, 151 Cowles, Jean, 50 Cowper, Daphne, 26, 129 Cox, Charles, 26 Cox, Cox, Cox, Cox, Cox, Helen, 58 Jacqueline, 50, 99 Linnie Belle, 44 Lois, 50, 99, 166, 260 Robert, 66,981 119, 141, 148, 268 Coxe, Brinton, 24, 104, 105, 190 Cozzens, Barbara, 26, 158, 236, 237 Crabb, Patricia, 26 Craig, Betty, 50, 162 Craig, Frances, 44, 150 Craig, Mary, 58, 151 Crawford, Carl, 51 - Crawford, Gordon, 100, 142 Credle, Kenneth, 26, 115 Creecy, Donald, 51 Creitz, Carol, 26, 74, 149 Crespin, Tom, 26 Creveling, Letitia, 58 Crispin, T., 131 Crockett, Peter, 115 Crook, Gene, 58 Crook, Philip, 112 Crow, Donald, 44, 186 Cudabac, Sara, 51, 168 Cullen, Allen, 58 Cultreri, Elio, 65 Cultreri, Gisela, 58 Cummins, Rita, 51, 142, 158 Cunningham, Betty, 51, 99, 142, 168 Curns, Frances, 44, 139, 145, 170 Current, Kenneth, 58 Current, Neal, 44, 118 Currie, William, 51 Currie, William, 44, 186 Cuzner, Irene, 26 Dahl, Berte, 58 Dailey, Margaret, 119 Daily, James, 110 D'Alonzo, George, 44, 72, 126 Dalton, Jewel, 58 Dalton, Lula, 58 Dame, William, 26, 174 Damron, Lou, 44, 190 Daniel, Charles, 58 Daniel, Henry, 26 Daniels, Donna, 145 Daniels, Robert, 26 Dansby, Olen, 51 Darden, Lois, 44 Darrow, Dan, 51, 188 Davenport, Edgar, 58 Davenport, Ralph, 26, 118 Davenport, William, 115 David, Roger, 138 Davidson, Daniel, 148 Davies, Ralph, 121 Davis, Alice, 26, 113, 150 Davis, Allyn, 51, 166 Davis, D., 135 Davis, Diane, 58 Davis, Diane, 58, 123, 151 Davis, Jettie, 58 Davis, Mary, 44, 129 Davis, Morris, 148 Davis, Pat, 58, 129, 151 Davis, R., 150 Davis, Robert, 134 Davis, Thomas, 51 Davy, Philip, 188 Dayer, Mary, 26, 150 Dean, James, 108 Deanin, Rita, 141, 149, 229, 241 Deason, Dorothy, 58 Deaton, William, 51, 71, 190 Deavenport, Arlene, 26 DeBaca, S., 131 DeCastro, Reina, 51, 168 De Cserna, Zoltan, 65 Dell, James, 44 Dement, Alice, 44 Dement, Charles, 26 Deneau, Earle, 26 Denison, William, 26, 115 Denney, Ralph, 66, 119 Denton, Delores, 44 Dernbach, George, 44, 138 De Soto, Emily, 58 DeVere, Don, 51, 184 Devers, Vic, 51 Dick, Benjamin, 44 Dick, R. E., 26 Dickey, Beth, 58, 151 Dickson, Patricia, 27, 162 Diggs, George, 44, 141 DiLisio, Alfred, 142 DiLizo, J., 151 Dillard, Wallace, 51 Dillman, Everett, 58 Dilts, John, 51 Dilworth, Bill, 58 Dimitruk, Eugene, 44 Dimond, Robert, 51, 180, 244 Dinsmoor, Jo Ann, 44, 70, 73 166, 244 Disney, Judith, 51, 150 Disque, Frederick, 27, 186 Disque, Jane, 51 Dixon, James, 58 Doak, Thomas, 51, 180 Dodd, Sylvester, 103, 118 Dodge, Beverly, 44, 154 Dodge, Dorothy, 58 Dogin, Alvin, 51, 135, 172 Dolan, Terrance, 119 Dolde, Marie, 27 Dolen, George, 44, 182 Dollahon, Derrel, 27, 186 Domme, Edward, 27, 108 Donnell, John, 119, 129 28, Donnelly, William, 27 , 104, 105, 118 Donohoe, John, 112 Dorr, Julie, 51, 166 Doty, Eloise, 44, 154 Douglass, Jean, 58 Douglass, Robert, 58 Dowdle, Betty, 44, 143 Dowds, Robert, 188 Downey, Nancy, 58 Downing, Conrad, 44, 178 Downs, Joseph, 142 Downs, Louis, 27, 103, 133 Doyle, Francis, 58 1 Doyle, VVilliam, 27 Drake, Jo Ann, 51, 75 Dreifus, Suzanne, 27 Driscoll, Edward, 70, 108, 132 Drucker, Franklin, 27, 188 Dubroff, Paul, 103 Duckworth, Linda, 51, 99, 148, 150 Ducoff, Donald, 58 Dunaway, Willie, 51 Dunbar, Joyce, 151 Dunbar, Mary, 150 Dunk, Robert, 27 Dunn, Cherie, 44, 143, 164 Duran, Mary, 131, 142 Dyche, James, 119 Dyson, Carol, 58 Eager, Barbara, 27, 72, 97, 162, 163, 261 Eddington, Donald, 44 Edmondson, Robert, 58 Edsall, Van, 27, 178 Edwards, J., 151 Edwards, Lawrence, 44 Edwards, Ray, 51 Edwards, Roy, 51 Egbert, Harry, 27, 190 Eggers, Ann, 58, 142 Eggert, Charles, 44 Eggert, Sandra, 58, 139 Eisenburg, Aivin, 44, 70, 98, 157 188 Eklund, Don, 27 Elam, James, 27, 111 Elizondo, Paul, 131 Elliott, Barbara, 59 Elliott, Cy, 51, 99, 130, 160 Ellis, Earl, 27, 105, 118 Ellis, Ruth, 27 Elmore, Sanford, 134 Endsley, Leland, 27, 121, 174 Engel, Harvey, 51, 194 Engquist, Arthur, 44, 103, 118 Enns, Jack, 59 Erbe, Nancy, 59 Ericson, Richard, 27 Ermatinger, John, 44, 117, 143, 192 Ernst, Robert, 27, 104, 105, 186 Errante, Edward, 100 Errante, James, 103 Erskine, Wood, 44 Ertz, Julian, 119 Escalante, Alfredo, 27 Esquibel, Ray, 45, 190 Eubanks, James, 51, 174 Evans, Alice, 51, 149 Evans, David, 51 Evans, James, 27, 186 Fallis, Fred, 51 Fansher, L., 142 Farmer, Dewey, 45 Farmer, Wesley, 134 Farris, Bill, 27, 109, 118 Farris, John, 59 Faust, Ruth, 27, 164 Faw, Jenabel, 27, 128, 162 Fay, Shirley, 45, 120, 124, 136, 149 Feak, Jean, 59 Fegan, Oscar, 27, 104, 105, 137 140 Fellers, William, 51, 101, 102 Fenn, Dorothy, 51 Ferguson, Barbara, 27 Fernandez, Bonifacio, 113 Ferro, Joseph, 142 Field, Aileen, 45 Field, Keith, 59 Figge, Robert, 28, 176 Fillingham, Jack, 74, 138 Fimbres, Rudy, 45 Fine, David, 28, 115, 138, 140 Fine, P., 118 Firestone, Melvin, 51, 135, 172 Firsty, Jerome, 135 Fischer, William, 194 Fish, Shirley, 51 Fisher, Barbara, 59 Fisher, Jay, 58, 132 Fitkin, William, 45, 134 Fitzgerald, Edward, 59 Fitzgerald, Gilbert, 51 Fitzpatrick, Joyce, 45, 160 Fleck, Patricia, 59, 151, 156 Fleisch, Bernard, 28, 182 Fleming, Don, 28, 104, 105 Fleming, Ruth, 59, 154 Flint, F. Harlan, 45 Flint, Garrett, 59, 182 Flook, Frieda, 51, 99 Fogg, Donald, 28, 176 Follansbee, Dorothy, 51, 129 Fong, Stanley, 104, 105 Foraker, Creighton, 108 Forbes, Connie, 59 Ford, Herbert, 51, 102 Ford, Judy, 59, 151 Ford, Nancy, 45, 166 Forrest, Gloria, 150 Fort, Richard, 28, 118 Fortier, Robert, 23, 192 Fowler, Donald R., 28, 119 -A. H . Y- ww.,---.YH Fowler, Donald, 66, 103 Fowler, Robert, 51 Fox, Monroe, 119 Fox, Shirley, 119 Francis, Bob, 59 Francis, Glen, 28, 180 Franco, Gloria, 59, 130 Frank, Betty, 51 Frank, Merrill, 59 Frankenberg, Mary, 45, 149 Frankenfeld, Philip, 107 Frantz, Robert, 28 Fraser, James, 110 Fraser, Nancy, 28, 42, 97, 160, 268 Frazier, Elissa, 59, 151 Freemon, N., 150 Frey, Kathryn, 51, 170 Freyschlag, Charles, 66 Fritz, Lolita, 65, 112 Frost, Beverly, 45 Frost, James, 28, 190 Fryar, Annie, 59 Fuhs, Allen, 28, 98 Fuller, James, 28, 105 Fuller, Robert, 59 Fulton, Robert, 28, 176 Funk, Clark, 45, 182 Funkhouser, Marjorie, 170 Furchner, John, 112 Furcht, Frederick, 28 Futterknecht, John, 28, 117, 143, 190, 260 Gabel, Kurt, 33 Gaddis, Charles, 28, 115 Gaddis, Virginia, 28, 115 Gafford, John, 45, 174 Galioto, Salvatore, 45, 184 Gallagher, Budd, 51 Gallagher, Peter, 66, 119 Gallagher, Thomas, 45, 188 Gallegos, Antonio, 59, 142 Gallegos, T., 113, 150 Galloway, Albert, 110 Galloway, Robert, 66, 132 Galloway, Sherman, 28, 134 Gambill, Thomas, 51, 176 Garcia, Andrew, 45 Garcia, Evangeline, 51, 131 Garcia, Frank, 45, 184 Garcia, Rebecca, 142 Garcia, Wilfred, 51 Gardner, Jean, 29, 103 Garlinger, Marjorie, 149 Garner, Betty, 51, 166 Garretson, Rodney, 59 Garrett, Marvin, 112 Garvauian, Edward, 29 -rv-4 of -- - Garvey, Mary, 59, 151 Garza, Lalo, 45, 131 Garza, T., 111 Gaslinger, Marjorie, 45 Gass, Nancy, 51, 99, 122, 123, 168, 260 Gassaway, Charles, 29, 72, 102, 192 Gastaldo, Robert, 59 Gault, Ross, 29, 188 Gay, Charles, 51, 100, 157, 178 Gaynor, Eleanor, 45, 128, 158 Gehr, Eunice, 29, 170 Geiger, Edward, 51, 184 Gelfman, Dena, 45, 149 Geliebter, David, 59, 194 Genta, Anthony, 29, 104, 105 Genta, Norman, 59, 140 Gentry, Bill, 52, 188 George, Donald, 59, 102 A George, Richard, 45, 118 Georgia, Roy, 59 Gerdeman, Donna, 129 Gerdin, Ruth, 59, 149, 153 Giblin, Hal, 51 Giblin, John, 142, 188 Gibson, Lyonel, 29 Gidden, Donald, 29, 188 Gifford, Robert, 29, 103, 118, 176 Gilbert, James E., 45 Gilbert, James W., 52 Gilbert, Roger, 102 Giles, Jerome, 45, 103 Gill, Jack, 45, 117, 124, 143 Givens, David, 65, 134 Glaese, Doris, 52 Gleason, James, 59 Glenn, Jerry, 45, 115 Glover, Bill, 45 Gnall, Edward, 52 Godfrey, Barbara, 45, 142, 158 Godfried, Phillip, 29, 72, 124 Goettsche, Lee, 59 Golden, Julius, 45, 135, 172 Goldizen, Vernon, 45 Goldstein, James, 29, 75, 101, 135, 269 Goldston, Clay, 29, 194 Goltermann, David, 52 Gomez, Willie, 29 Gonzales, Felipe, 45, 196 Goodkin, Bob, 52 Goodman, Fred, 45, 135 Goodman, Jack, 52 Goodnougli, Joe, 45, 130 Goodrum, William, 29, 107 Gordon, Arthur, 29, 104, 105, 138 Gordon, Hugh, 29, 117 Gordon, Patricia, 45, 150 Gordon, Robert, 45, 108, 190 Gore, Jo, 150 Gormley, Mike, 52 Goss, Barbara, 52, 75, 99, 166 Gossard, J acquelyn, 29, 158 Goulet, Mary, 29 Grady, Tom, 52 Graham, Jack, 52, 190 Graham, J anene, 52 Graham, Richard, 29, 115, 192 Graham, Robert, 45 Grant, David, 45 Grant, Noel, 59 Grant, Bob, 70, 71, 134, 157, 177, 265 Grant, William, 29, 59 Graves, Oard, 29 Gray, Carolyn, 45, 136, 149 Gray, Sue, 59 Gray, Mary, 29 Green, Frederick, 29, 190 Green, Georganna, 45 Green, S., 162 Green, Robert, 59 Green, Roger, 52, 177 Greenleaf, Richard, 45, 194 Greer, Martha, 150 Greive, P., 108 Grenko, Beverlee, 29, 97, 160, 265 Griffin, Jerry, 59, 194 Griffin, T., 142 Griffith, Barbara, 52, 142, 168 Griffith, Thomas, 29 Grinsdale, Robert, 59 Griswold, Miriam, 59 Grone, Robert, 29, 182 Grosjean, Anne, 149 Grosshams, Harlan, 29, 157, 190 Grosvenor, Mary, 30 Groth, Clifford, 66 Grotta, Clara, 52 Grove, Peggy, 52 Grow, Charles, 45, 129, 186 Gruschus, Sue, 45, 147, 160 Gruver, Frank, 59 Gryder, Patsy, 52 Guiney, William, 52 Gulowsen, Wilfred, 29, 108, 184 Gunderson, Warren, 30, 186 Gurley, John, 66, 119 Guthrey, William, 178 Guthrie, Wyman, 30, 110 Gutierrez, Edward, 121 Gutierrez, Lucy, 114 Gutman, Ann, 135, 143, 151 Guzelis, Helen, 45, 142 Haagenen, A., 149 Hackett, James, 66 V V ,,, -Q-f- Hagen, Erwin, 45 Hagen, John, 30, 187 Hagensick, John, 192 Hagy, Jesse, 111, 140, 142, 249 Hahn, Judith, 149 Hail, Thomas, 52, 133, 182 Hairston, Nan, 30 Hale, John, 59 Hall, Betty, 59 Hall, Donald, 52 Hall, Genevieve, 59, 122 Hall, J ., 150 Hall, Minette, 99 Hall, Ray, 45 Hallbeck, Diane, 59, 151 Hallman, Kelly, 45, 178 Hally, M., 150 Halverson, Carla, 59, 142, 151 Hamakawa, Masao, 59 Hamilton, Margaret, 59, 151 Hamilton, Robert, 30, 105 Hammer, James, 45, 180 Hammershoy, Ronald, 30, 98, 18 268 Hansen, Kenneth, 52 Hardie, Marion, 59 Hardin, Warren, 59 Hardison, Curtis, 59 Hardway, Mary, 59 Hare, James, 52 Harper, A., 150 Harrington, M. J one, 59 Harrington, William, 59 Harris, Ella, 45 Harris, Lewis, 45 Harris, Tom, 59 Harrison, Myrna, 59 Harrison, Nancy, 30, 160 Harriston, N., 149 Hart, George, 30 Hart, Nancy, 49 Hartwick, Richard, 30 Hash, William, 45, 186 Haskew, Norma, 139, 145 Hassall, J. Richard, 30 Hastings, Mary, 52, 149 Hatcher, Alice, 52, 162 Hatfield, Lloyd, 30, 174 Hawkins, Dorothy, 52, 99, 156, 158 Haynes, Lucille, 151 Hazel, Beverly, 52 Heard, Robert, 30 Heath, Bette, 52, 149 Heath, Don, 52 Hcbcrling, Jamcs,106,119 Heggie, M., 119 Helper, Marjorie, 45, 135, 170 Hemsing, Joan, 150 2 Q , il Henderson, Bruce, 52 Henderson, N. LaVerne, 52, 156, 170 Henderson, Thomas, 106, 107 Henricksen, Robert, 30 Henrie, Jacquelynne, 30, 42, 97, 128, 139, 147, 160, 266 Henry, Claude, 30, 105 Herbers, Martin, 45, 142 Herlocker, J. Frederick, 30, 190 Hermatinger, P., 143 Hernandez, John, 30, 105, 138, 174 Hernandez, Suzanne, 30 Hershberger, Donald, 30, 108, 137, 140 Hester, Marjorie, 151 Hicks, Albert, 31, 134 High, William, 31 Highleyman, Patricia, 52, 99, 163 Hight, Beatrice, 31, 168, 169 Hilbert, Richard, 31 Hill, Ellen, 120, 143 Hill, Eugene, 45 Hilleary, Hugh, 52, 130, 190 Hillis, John, 184 Hillis, Martha, 149 Hillyer, Larry, 31, 119 Hindi, Baheej, 148 Hinds, Doyle, 102 Hines, Paul, 52, 180 Hinrichs, Carter, 46 Hinrichs, Keith, 46 Hinton, John, 148 Hobbes, George, 52 Hoberman, Richard, 52, 138 Hockett, Edward, 131, 142 Hocomb, W., 141 Hodges, J. Norman, 66, 190 Hoeft, George, 31, 110 Hoffman, Virginia, 52, 166 Hoit, Thelma, 46, 170 Holden, William, 110 Hollander, Louise, 31, 134 Hollander, Milton, 105 Hollinrake, Joseph, 103 Holloman, LaQuita, 31 Holman, Arthur, 31 Holmberg, William, 52 Holt, Ann, 31 Holt, Randolph, 186 Honig, Harry, 31, 102 Hopkins, Patricia, 52 Hopson, Audre, 151 Horton, Ben, 66, 190 Houston, Glen, 46, 132, 145 Houston, Mary, 46 Howard, R. Louise, 46 Hoy, Wilton, 46, 101 Hubbard, Genevieve, 46 Hubbell, Beatrice, 150, 153 Hubbs, John, 46, 143 Hudson, Donald, 46, 178 Huenefeld, Mary, 69, 163 Huerta, Ramon, 65, 113 Hunter, Don, 52, 178 Huntington, Barbara, 151 Huntington, Chloe, 31, 166 Hurlbut, Clarence, 31 Husk, Arley, 46, 174 Huston, Alice, 46, 123, 169 Hutcheson, Marion, 52, 167 Hutchins, John, 31, 179 Hutchins, Marilyn, 52, 139 Hutchinson, Don, 46, 101 Hyde, Walter, 31, 103, 118 Hyder, Richard, 52, 190 Hyland, Robert, 52, 190 Ice, John, 52 Ignatowicz, Alphonse, 46, 180 Imershein, Benjamin, 46, 135, 172 Imrie, John, 65, 101 Ingle, Herman, 52, 102 Irvine, William, 31, 117, 182 Irwin, James, 65, 157 Isaacs, Ralph, 31, 141 Isaacson, Daniel, 141 Izard, Rozella, 151 Jack, Sam, 52 Jackson, Ann, 31, 139, 145, 160, 228, 229, 267 Jackson, Elaine, 31, 68, 120, 124, 143, 170, 240, 266 Jacobs, Joan, 52, 133, 160, 161 Jacobs, Richard, 121 J ako, Christopher, 52 James, Bernard, 31, 184 J anicek, Alexander, 31, 106 J anicek, Gordon, 31 J ankoski, Edward, 31 Janks, Elaine, 52, 120, 125, 128, 143, 148, 149, 153 Jelinek, Arthur, 46, 130, 192 Jelinek, Joan, 52, 99, 170 Jenkins, Ilse, 52, 99, 128 Jenkins, Joann, 128 Johnson, George, 46, 189 Johnson, Jean, 32 Johnson, Jo Ann, 52, 149 Johnson, John, 103 Johnson, Judith, 46, 163 .Johnson Richard 46 180 Johnston, B., 134 Johnston, Herbert, 46 Jones, Florenceruth, 66, 118, 119 Jones, Jeanine, 52, 154 Jones, Marshall, 53 Jones, Marvelyn, 53, 99, 139, 170 145, Jones, Merrill, 32 Jones, Rosemary, 32, 74, 145, 147, 161, 238, 239, 267 Jordan, Bobby, 53, 129 Jordan, Roy, 115 Jordan, Stella, 46, 113, 154 Jordan, Joseph, William, 46, 186 Carl, 129 Kafader, L., 130 J enness, Raymond, 115 Jensen, V. Keith, 31 Jernigan, Rex, 46, 150 Jessen, Phillip, 31, 118 Jimenez Jimenez Jimenez Jimenez 7 Johnson, Johnson, 7 ! Carmina, 65 John, 104, 105 Pedro, 31, 104, 105 Stanya, 31 Alf, 46, 104, 105, 183 Billy, 32 5. Kaiser, Jean, 53 Kaiserman, Elliott, 135 Kane, Gladys, 151 Kaplan, Albert, 32 Kaplan, Edward, 66 Kappeler, Wesley, 32 Kaufman, Bernard, 135 Kayne, Robert, 32, 104, 105, 125 Kearns, Betty, 32, 142, 158 Kearns, Mary, 32, 158 Keefe, Debra, 150 Keefe, John, 46, 182 Keiier, Melvin, 32, 174 Keller, James, 46, 101 Kelley, Fenton, 70, 138, 265 Kelley, Marion, 42 Kelley, Richard, 32, 133, 185 Kelly, Frank, 46, 192 Kelly, Mary, 32, 161 Kemper, Troy, 32, 117, 124, 125, 143 Kennedy, John, 46 Kennedy, Joseph, 46 Kenworthy, Sue, 53, 17 0 Kenyon, R. Gordon, 111 Keohane, Marianne, 169 Kepner, Kathleen, 32, 97, 136, 137, 141, 158, 265 Kern, Jean, 46, 169 Kernodle, Richard, 46 Ketchum, Carol, 46, 130 Keun, Chun Sang, 53 Kidd, John, 46, 101 Kihm, Carol, 53 Killerlain, William, 32, 104, 105 Kimbrell, Dolores, 46, 167 uv Kimbrell, Marceline, 53, 170 King, Charles, 46 King, Kenneth, 46, 190 King, Walter, 32, 103, 117 Kirkpatrick, Robert, 46, 186 Kisselburg, Willis, 53, 194 Kiwitt, Sydney, 107 Klassen, Josie, 53 Klassen, Margaret, 53 Klein, Leslie, 53 Kleinhans, Letitia, 129, 149 Kleinman, Florence, 32, 113, 161 Klopp, Eleanor, 53 Kloss, Dan, 53 Knapp, George, 269 Knott, LaRoy, 61 Koehler, Charles, 32, 189 Koger, Joyce, 32 Kohl, Priscilla, 61, 150 Koistenen, Carl, 32, 104, 105 Koogler, Clare, 119, 189 Kool, Roland, 46, 190 Koriyama, Naoshi, 61, 138 Korn, Marshall, 46, 180 Kostenbader, Kenneth, 49 Krause, Gustave, 108 Krause, Robert, 33, 118 Kretek, Frank, 61, 142 Krogius, Tristan, 61 Kuhn, Elmer, 46 Kuhn, John, 46, 182 Kunkel, Peter, 33 Kunkel, Robert, 33, 117, 143 Kunz, Ernest, 33, 121, 138 Kuratani, Yoshiro, 65 Kurman, Allan, 61 Kurth, Roland, 33 Kuykendall, Betty, 46 Kyle, Donna, 53 LaBarge, Robert, 33, 103, 118 Lackey, James, 101 Ladanye, George, 66 Ladio, Joseph, 33, 105, 117 Laidley, Richard, 46, 183 Lake, Charles, 53 Lambert, Edward, 33 Lamsens, Oscar, 134 Lane, John, 53 Lanford, Donald, 61, 179 Lanford, Lawhey, 33 Lang, Duane, 46, 191 Langan, Lee, 100, 140 Lange, David, 115 Langford, Robert, 33, 101, 177, 264 Langholf, Dever, 46 Langill, Addison, 102 Langskov, Alise, 61 La Paz, Mary, 61 Larivee, Frederick, 33, 104, 105, 137, 138, 140 Larkin, Harold, 118 Larsen, Marilyn, 46, 128, 155 Larson, Richard, 33, 134 Lawrence, Douglas, 33, 183, 259 Lee, Carroll, 33, 107 Lee, Harry, 33, 106, 186 Lee, Patsy, 46 Leef, Robert, 33 Leggette, Mary Lou, 53, 163 Lehew, Clarke, 33, 192 Leif, Thomas, 140 Lein, Jeannette, 139 Lemmel, Robert, 61 Leonard, John, 33 Leonard, LouAnn, 156 Letcher, William, 53 Leurig, Richard, 61, 185 Leverton, John, 105 Levine, Gerald, 46, 101, 123, 194 Leweke, Vernon, 61 Lewis , Claude, 53, 130, 177 Lewis, James, 46 Lewis, Joan, 139 Lewis, John H., 46 Lewis, John R., 180 Lewis, William, 61 Liheken, J ., 142 Lilly, John, 107 Linder, Lionel, 53 Linick, James, 61 Linman, Oscar, 53 Linstromberg, Linda, 150 Litchfield, Donald, 46, 179 Littler, Charles, 33, 74, 192 Loftfield, Roger, 61 Logan, Duane, 33, 101, 105, Long, Long, Long, George, 66 Phyllis, 149 Rosemary, 33 Lookingbill, John, 33, 186 Losack, Evelyn, 33 Losack, John, 33 Lotz, James, 33 Love, Jack, 33 Love, Jack, 66 Love James, 61, 138 Love, John, 189 Lovelady, Yvonne, 53 Lovett, Charles, 53 Lovett, Gerald, 33, 186 u Lowery, Ernestine, 34, 169 Luke, Leon, 66 Lumry, Willis, 61 Luna, Alex, 34 Luna, Frank, 34 Lunardini, Peter, 113 Lunsford, Jesse, 53, 194 Luttrell, Jean, 61 Lutz, Mary, 34, 169 Luveke, V., 194 McAnally, Donald, 134 McBride, James, 61 McBride, Sharon, 53, 99, 163 McCallister, Ross, 61 McCanna, Janet, 34, 169 McClean, B., 151 McClesky, Lois, 53, 133, 150 McClintock, Barbara, 61, 151 McCoy, Gerald, 47, 179 McCracken, Fred, 61 McCracken, Harry, 115 McCracken, Joe, 107 McCracken, Philip, 34, 102 McCulloh, Mary, 34, 169 McCullough, Elizabeth, 53 McCullough, Herbert, 47 McDonald, Lily, 128 McDorman, June, 53 McDuff, Martha, 61 McElheney, Fred, 35, 189 McHugh, Anna, 35, 159 Mclntire, Scott, 121 McKay, Amie, 106 McKeg, Thomas, 53, 101 McKenzie, Cameron, 61 McKerrow, Alan, 35, 74 McKinley, Charlotte, 35, 163 McKinley, Joseph, 112 McKinley, Phyllis, 35, 163 McKinnon, James, 47 McKittrick, Mary, 53, 149 McKnight, Elizabeth, 35 McKnight, D., 164 McLaughlin, Billy, 35, 187 McLaughlin, Edward, 47, 180 McLaughlin, Margaret, 99 McLaughlin, Thomas, 111, 140 McLean, Barbara, 61 McMinn, Jo, 53, 70, 187 McMullen, Marcia, 47 McNamara, Ann, 47, 128, 139, 142 McNay, Joann, 53, 75, 147, 171 McNew, Norman, 129 McSwine, Thomas, 61, 177 McWhorter, Mary, 61 MacCaulley, Barbara, 34, 171 MacDougall, Hugh, 47, 104, 105 MacKellar, Jeanie, 61, 149 MacKinnon, Daniel, 61 Mactavish, Cameron, 61 MucWhit, Bonnie, 61 Madrigan, R., 142 MaGill, Perry, 53, 189 Maier, Jerry, 53 Makkonen, Reino, l-13 Malleaux, Frank, 47 Manatt, Norma, 61, 151 Mandan, Rose, 61 Manias, John, 61 Manley, Georgia, 34 Manley, Jack, 34 Mann, George, 46 Mapes, William, 47 Marchand, Jeanne, 53, 161 Marchiondo, William, 66, 119 Mariani, Carlo, 34, 102 Marksbury, Donald, 61, 175 Marquez, Elwin, 34 Marra, Ida, 34 Marshall, Clifford, 34 Marshall, Jane, 47, 159 Martin, Albert, 34 Martin, Burdette, 34, 180 Martin, Charles, 47 Martin, Colleen, 47, 168 Martin, George, 61 Martin, John, 34 Martin, Lawrence, 66 Martinez, Martinez, Martinez Martinez, Martinez, Martinez, Martinez, Martinez 7 Martinezi Masteller, Baltazar, 115, 117 Dolores, 53 Hazel, 74, 121 Joseph, 61 Josue, 65 Michael, 47 Paul, 53 Phillip, 53 Walter, 46 Marthe, 53 Masury, Sally, 136, 137, 149 Matayashi, Minoru, 61 Mateju, Joseph, 34 Matkin, Barbara, 53, 99 Matkins, Jerry, 61 Matteucci, Ralph, 61 Matyra, M., 111 Maule, Mary E., 61, 139, 151 Mavromatis, John, 53 Maxson, Harmon, 34 Maxwell, Charles, 134 Maxwell, Patricia, 34, 167 Maxwell, Robert, 61 Maxwell, VV., 194 Mayer, Marilou, 47 Mayne, William, 61 Meacham, George, 53 Medary, Elizabeth, 134 Medary, William, 134 Meek, Ross, 61 Meier, Norman, 35 Melendez, Joe, 134 Menasco, Lawrence, 53 Mercer, Harold, 61, 175 Merkel, Joseph, 65 Mcrrilees, Edward, 35, 130, 194 Merritt, Robert, 103 it N-1,1 ,, ., THQ .,..,,,., Metzel, Diane, 47, 149 Meyer, Herman, 53 Meyer, Kenneth, 47, 192 Meyer, Robert, 53, 98, 179 Meyer, Thomas, 104, 105 Michael, Donald, 47, 189 'Michaels, Anita, 135 Michaels, Barbara, 53, 99, 135 Mieras, Marguerite, 53, 154 Miller, Alan, 142 Miller, Channing, 53 Miller, Colleen, 150 Miller, DeWayne, 53 Miller, Jean, 61 Miller, John, 65 Miller, John, 47, 195 Miller, Joseph, 108, 133 Miller, Marion, 47, 68, 155 Miller, Murray, 35, 135, 172 Miller, Patricia, 61, 151, 152 Miller, Robert, 65 Jim 47 177 Milling, , , Mills, Donald, 35, 134 f Mims, Ulester, 35 Miners, Robert, 35, 172 Mitcham, Sara Dawn, 47 , 113, Mitchell, Mary, 47, 156, 167 Mitchell, Mary Margaret, 53, 156, 163 Mitchell, Robert, 35, 105, 179 Miyagi, Yutaka, 61 Miyuki, Mitsuteru, 61 Mobley, Eunice, 35, 163- Mogull, Allan, 47, 75, 123 Mogull, Elvira, 35, 122 Monira, Hindi, 47 Montano, Louis, 53 159 99, Montgomery, Grant, 35, 103, 109, 118 Montgomery, Harry, 61 Montgomery, Louis, 35 Montgomery, Thomas, 35 Montoya, Robert, 47 Montoya, Tom, 148 Moon, Marvel, 35, 108 Moore, Jacquelin, 47, 169 Moore, Patsy, 54 Moore, Redonda, 61, 155 Mora, Emilio, 35 Morales, Henry, 35 Moreland, Sue, 35, 128, 167 Morgan, Robert, 54 Morrell, Edward, 35, 183 Morris, Dorothy, 149 Morris, William, 65 Morrow, Patsy, 61, 151 Morse, Donald, 61 Morse, Harvey, 54 Morton, Robert, 115 Moseley, William, 113 Mosher, Norna, 61, 102 Mould, Edward, 47 Mounday, Roy, 62 Mozee, Elliott, 47, 177 Mufson, Donald, 35, 138 Mulcahy, Juanita, 128, 129, Mulcahy, Ann, 47, 129 Mullane, Molly, 35, 70, 163 Mullin, Eunice, 62 Muren, Edward, 138 Murphy, George, 67 Murphy, John, 35 Murphy, William, 35, 189 Murray, Nancy, 62, 150, 24 Murray, Suzanne, 62, 150 Musick, Fred, 67 Myers, Wade, 36, 103 Nagel, Reinhold, 36, 105, 12 Nail, Kay, 62 Napoleon, Martha, 47 Nations, Herb, 62 Nave, Nadyne, 47, 241 Neel, Robert, 47 Neely, James, 115 Neff, Richard, 54, 100, 177 Neill, R., 151 N ethers, Raymond, 54 Neumeyer, Glenn, 119 Newton, Lawrence, 47 Nicholson, Kenneth, 47 Nickel, Harriet, 47 Nickell, James, 54 Niebur, Robert, 36, 175 Niemann, Robert, 36, 115 Nikolakakis, Homer, 103, 109, 118 Noble, Marjorie, 47, 167 Noble, Ray, 36, 185 Nordstrom, A. J., 36 Norfleet, Robert, 54, 199 Norman, Ronald, 47, 68, 72, 7 100, 147, 189, 260 Norwood, W. B., 47, 107 Nusbaum, Janice, 62, 151 Oates, George, 54, 187 O'Connor, Allan, 36, 191 Oda, Jack, 36, 110 Odell, Robert, 36, 134 Ogaz, Christopher, 54 Ogden, John, 47, 185 Ogden, Louis, 119 Okins, Elliott, 54 Olcott, George, 54 Oldham, Albert, 187 Olewiler, Donna, 54, 99, 164 Olson, LeRoy, 143 Olson, Robert, 67 Ong, David, 47, 102 8 Ortiz, Levi, 131 O'Shaughnessy, John, 54, Osuna, Mariana, 150 Owen, P., 62, 164 Pace, James, 36 Packard, Al, 54, 177 Padilla, Eloy, 36 Padilla, Jane, 36, 131 Paine, Margaret, 36, 161 Painter, Frances, 36 Painter, Lyle, 106 Palmer, Clifford, 36 Palmer, James, 67 Palmer, John, 54, 191 Palmisano, L., 142 Panicello, Thomas, 36, 195 Park, Jim, 54, 100 Parker, Clinton, 54 Parker, S., 137 Parkinson, Henry, 54, 183 Parnall, James, 54, 183 Parrino, Vincent, 112 Parrish, Nora, 54 Parsons, James, 192 Passaretti, Joseph, 70, 73, 133, 228, 229, 268 Passevant, Suzanne, 199 Pate, Louis, 36, 187 Pate, Ted, 36, 187 Patton, James, 36 Pavletich, Nick, 36, 179 Payan, Ernesto, 67, 119 Pearce, Marion, 54 Pearsall, Lewis, 101, 180 Pearson, John, 47, 196 Peckham, Stewart, 47 Pederson, Richard, 187 Peoples, Wiley, 47 Peloquin, Paul, 47 Pendleton, Mary Jane, 47, 129 Penix, Julianne, 37, 171 Perkins, C., 141 Perkins, Patsy, 37, 97, 128, 159 267 Perry, Hampton, 65 Perry, Julia, 37 Perry, Patricia, 54 Perry, Robert, 62 Peters, Dorothy, 159 Peterson, Anne, 54, 167, 237 Peterson, Daniel, 47, 143, 187 Peterson, John, 47 Peterson, John W., 47 Pettit, Joan, 54, 166 Phillips, Anne, 37 Pick, Henry, 47 Pierce, Doolic, 47, 189 Pieters, Bruce, -17, 189 Pinkerton, James, 5-1 Sabel, Christine, 135 Pittard, Gertrude, 114 Plough, Arlo, 65 Pogue, Ernest, 54 Polk, Eugene, 37 , 187 Pollick, Julia, 47, 167 Pomeroy, D., 129 Porter, Kenneth, 37 Porter, Wayne, 54, 179 Post, Priscilla, 145 Poute, J., 142 Prentice, Lawrence, 142 Proctor, Jesse, 107 Proko iak Michael 48 p 7 I Puckett, John, 48, 105, 109, 118 Pue, R., 74 Pulte, James, 54, Purdy, P., 142 Pusey, James, 37, 191 Quaranta, Anthony, 48 Quinn, Jacque, 65, 235 Quist, Joan, 54 Raabe, Robert, 138 Radosevich, Georgina, 54, 99, 128, 136, 142 Radoslovich, William 48, 102, 142 D Radzun, Walter, 37, 115 Rael, Antonio, 48 Rainey, Ralph, 54 Ramey, John, 37 Ramsey, Carol, 151, 164 Randolph, Christine, 54, 149 Randolph, William, 129 Rankin, Laurence, 37 Ratcliff, Stephen, 54, 191 , 153 Rawlins, Frederick, 48, 143, 175 Ray, Nancy, 48, 167 Raymond, J olin, 37 Ream, Beverl 37 111 1 Y, , , 69 Redman, Ruth Ann, 48, 130, 169 Reed, Billy, 67 Reed, Mitzi, 37, 167 Reed, Richard, 54 Reid, John, 37, 104, 105 Reid, Ronald, 65 Reidel, George, 118 Remy, Robert, 37 Rencher, Samuel, 54, 187 Renkan, Edwin, 37, 115 Renwick, Charles, 37, 102 Reynolds, Alice, 155 Reynolds, Charles, 54 156, Reynolds, David, 54, 70, 100, 177 Reynolds, Jack, 37, 179 Reynolds, Warren, 108 Rhoades, Donald, 37, 192 6. Rhodes, Nancy, 54, 99, 128 Rice, Gaylord, 48, 150 Richards, A., 150 Richards, Adrian, 37 Richards, Bobbie, 62 Richards, H. Scott, 37 Richardson, Anne, 37, 169, 264 Richardson, B., 138 Richardson, Edward, 37, 105 Richardson, William, 37, 137, 140 Richey, Paul, 103 Riddle, Laura, 37 Riddle, Robert, 54, 126, 127 Ridings, Alice, 54 Riebe, Harriet, 151 Ries, Mary, 37, 163 Rieser, Donald, 37, 105 Riffenburgh, Arthur, 37 Rigoni, Roy, 54 Riley, Anne, 111 Rinaldi, Justin, 38 Rinde, Irv, 67 Rinehart, Betty, 38 Risinger, Anita, 54 Rivers, Betty, 38, 72, 120, 122, 150 Roady, Merlene, 48 Robarts, Paul, 48, 130, 191 Roberts, Don, 62 Robertson, Donald, 48 Robertson, Durwood, 115 Robinson, Jack, 38 Robinson, Margaret, 38 Robles, Oscar 115, 117 Roche, Romaine, 62, 151 Rockett, Hugo, 48, 177 Rockett, John, 48, 175 Rockett, Louis, 54 Rodgers, James, 54 Rodgers, Patsy, 54 Rodrick, Laura, 48 Rodrigues, Robert, 38, 179 Rodriguez, Ruben, 67, 119 Roeder, Martin, 112 Rogers, Calvin, 38, 177 Rogers, Glen, 38, 134 Rogers, Patricia, 99 Rogers, Warren, 109 Romank, Daniel, 54 Romero, E. B., 67, 119 Romero, Herman, 38, 17 5 Romero, Leo, 131, 267 Romo, Joe, 48, 131, 195 Rosebrough, Haskell, 67 Roseen, Robert, 54 Rosenbaum, J., 67, 70, 72, 73 Ross, Everett, 54, 130, 177 Ross, John, 38, 110, 191 Rowan, Mary Jane, 54 Ruble, Ronald, 48, 196 Rucker, Suzanne, 48, 149 Rudd, Richard, 62 Rutz, Stanley, 65 Ryan, John, 38, 108, 183 Sachs, Herman, 38, 131 Sachs, Sam, 54 Salazar, Bernard, 105 Salazar, V., 118 Salomon, Marrian, 38, 150 Sample, Mary, 48, 150 Sanchez, Annabelle, 54 Sanchez, Ernest, 131 Sanchez, Loretta, 63 Sanchez, Tony, 38, 131 Sanchez, Viola, 54 Sanderson, Fred, 38 Sanderson, Raymond, 48, 191 Sanna, Robert, 38 Santamaria, Ralph, 38, 104, 105 Sarnquist, Barbara Ann, 63, 136, 150 Sarvis, Joseph, 55, 175 Savage, Tom, 38, 106, 187 Sawamura, Takashi, 63 Scalf, Donna, 55 Scanlan, Elizabeth, 38, 128, 171, 264 Scanlan, Patricia, 48, 171 Sceresse, Alexander, 67, 119 Schallengberg, A., 150 . Schlesinger, Murray, 141 Schmider, Jack, 48 Schmidt, Harold, 38 Schmidt, Stephen, 39 Schmidt, Suzanne, 63, 128, 151 Schmuck, William, 39, 177 Schnedar, John, 55 Schnedar, William, 63, 142 Schoenfeld, Charles, 115 Schoolcraft, Evelyn, 48, 139, 161, 242 Schram, Harry, 55, 183 Schroeder, Walter, 39, 105 Schware, Rudolph, 119, 131 Scott, Charles, 147, 244 Scott, Marjorie, 63 Scott, Walter, 108 Sears, Nancy, 55, 161 Sebree, George, 143 Sedway, Richard, 134 Seese, William, 63 Sefton, Githa, 39 Sekavec, Pauline, 55, 122, 150 Selby, Wesley, 74 Seligman, Herbert, 55, 100, 172 Sellers, Wallace Osborne, 39, 157 .. Seman, John, 39 Severns, Jo Ann, 39, 139, 145, 16 Shalit, Harriet, 63 Shaner, Joan, 55, 167 Shatkin, Henry, 39, 189 Shatsby, Jeanne, 48, 164 Shaver, Gordon, 39, 103, 187 Shaw, Wilfred, 39 Shelhamer, LeRoy, 39, 134 Shelton, Muriel, 149 Sherkus, Theodore, 39 Sherping, Faith, 130, 156 Shields, Lee, 130 Shields, Viola, 48 Shimane, Kunio, 63 Shleppy, J acquelyn, 53 Shockey, Norma, 63, 151 Shodal, Paul, 39, 191 Sierra, Viola, 142 Silbo, Eleanor, 55 Silver, James, 55 Simms, Montrose, 39, 191 Simon, Morris, 141 Simon, Nicholas, 141 Simpson, Doyle, 39 Sinclair, Cecil, 63 Singer, A. Jay, 39, 101, 102, 123, 135, 157, 172 Sisks, Don, 48, 187 Sisneros, Tomas, 48, 102, 142 Siwy, Brunislaw, 55 Skelton, Sandra, 39, 48 Sleeper, Louis, 55 Smith,,E., 118 Smith Forrest, 48, 183 Smith Harold, 143 Smith Harrison, 63 Smith James, 39, 134 Smith, Jane, 63, 155 Smith, Julia, 48, 169 Smith Mary Ellen, 63 Smith Olivia 63 169 Smith, Richard, 63 Smith, Richard Lee, 63 Smith, William, 48, 177 Snell, Kathryn, 63, 151 Snelson, Frances, 55, 159 Snow, David, 48, 177 Snyder, Raymond, 55, 189 Snyder, Vera, 48, 167 Sobol, Edwin, 39, 110, 179 Soderberg, Joyce, 55, 167 Soister, Paul, 65, 134 Sorenson, Arthur, 55 Sorrell, Noel, 55, 189 Sosa, Daniel, Jr., 67, 119 Sosa, Samuel, 48 Sotel, Constance, 142 Soults, Joseph, 63 3 South, Donald, 39 South, Norma, 48, 164 Spaiford, Rodney, 63 Spahr, Robert, 55 Sparks, Donald, 138 Spears, Laurence, 39, 191, 266 Specter, Lionel, 135 Speer, William, 264 Spencer, Carol Jean, 48, 137, 149 153 Spencer, William, 48 Spindler, Richard, 39, 72, 133 Sprague, Nelson, 63 Springer, Herbert, 39, 172 Springer, Patricia, 63, 142, 151 Springstead, Alan, 63 Spurling, Kay, 63, 150 Squires, Larry, 63 Stafford, Jeannine, 150 Staner, Kay, 63 Staner, Patricia, 55 Stanton, Jeanette, 48 Stark, Robert, 67 Stark, Sarah, 55, 69, 164 Stedman, Thomas, 39 Stedman, Wilfred, 63 Steinback, Glenn, 112 Steinberg, Arthur, 65, 135 Steinberg, Eugene, 48 Steinbrecher, Edwin, 55 Steiner, Grechen, 149 Steinmann, George, 107 Stelljes, Richard, 55, 185 Stephens, Nolan, 63 Stephens, Sue Ann, 48, 167 Stephenson, Richard, 39, 141 Stephenson, Robert, 39, 98, 104 Steritz, Saranne, 55, 164 Stevens, George, 119 Stewart, Frances, 48, 163 Stewart, J ., 110 Stewart, Rodney, 39 Stickan, Virginia, 131 Stidham, Alpha, 55, 166 Stiff, Robert, 63 Stillman, J ., 150 Stockton, Rosemary, 39, 171 Stoller, Glenn, 63, 185 Stoller, Ina, 150 Stolting, Joan, 63, 151 Stone, Barbara, 40, 159 Stone, Carol, 63, 129, 149 Stone, George Ann, 63 Stone, Jeff, 40, 191 Stone, Walter, 115 Storey, William, 108 Storrer, James, 40, 187 Stotts, William, 48, 103 Stout, Dale, 65 Stout, Gordon, 48, 179 Stratton, Vivian, 63, 13-9, 149 Street, John, 48, 179 Streeter, Ruth, 119 Strezloif, Peggy, 40, 149 Strickland, Dorothy, 63, 149 Stromberg, Joan, 169 Stryker, Jo Ann, 63 Stuart, Robert, 55, 183 . Stuart, Walter, 40 Stubbs, Mary, 55, 159 Sturtevant, Robert, 48, 55, 101, 106, 185 Sullivan, James, 40, 103, 138 Summers, Phyllis, 40, 250 Sundt, Dolores, 40 Sutton, Susan, 55, 75, 125, 143 Swain, Dorothy, 63 Swain, Richard, 55 Swan, Carl, 40 Swanson, Edward, 48, 63 Swoboda, Ann, 55 Sylvanus, Roger, 40, 101 Szabo, Ernest, 65, 134 Tafoya, Ruperto, 55, 131 Tagliarino, John, 40, 102 Taira, Koji, 63 Talbot, Barbara, 40 Talley, Harold, 63 Tapp, Wilma, 55, 169 Tarpley, Mildred, 63 Tavsanli, Hulusi, 105 Taylor, George, 117, 143 Taylor, Herbert, 40 Taylor, Joseph, 117, 143 Taylor, Katie, 63 Taylor, Mike, 157 Taylor, Vernon, 63 Taylor, William, 48 Terry, Danny, 40, 74, 117, 143 Teter, Mildred, 119 Tharp, Fred, 67, 118 Thatcher, Ann, 40, 169 Thieleman, Joyce, 48 Thomas, F., 104 Thomas, Joseph, 63 Thomas, Mary, 48, 150 Thomas, Norman, 40 Thomas, Roscoe, 40, 105 Thompson, D., 150 Thompson, James, 40, 101 Thompson, Janice, 55 Thompson, Judith, 63, 151 Thfmpson, Melba, 55, 139, 145 71 Tomson, Carolyn, 55, 135 Thorne, Betty, 40, 169 Thorne, Eleanor, 63 Thornton, Frances, 40, 150 Thorson, Ted, 41 Tietjen, Gary, 63 Tilly, Andrew, 55 Tinoco, Ignacio, 109 Tippin, George, 63 Tixier, Carolyn, 41 Tokumine, Shiro, 63 Tomczak, Stanley, 41 Tomlins, Jack, 41, 113, 147, 191 Toomey, Donald, 41 Toothman, Walter, 103 Townsend, March, 63, 151 Toya, Katherine, 55 Trangmar, Sally, 55, 99, 159 Treweek, Gilbert, 48 Trinidad, Rupert, 115 Trinkle, Kenneth, 48 Trop, Abraham, 140 Troum, Arthur, 65, 135 Troxel, Jean, 55, 73, 99, 169 Tucker, Carlin, 41, 108 Tucker, James, 55, 117, 143 Tucker, James C., 48 Tuohy, Lolita, 41, 149 Tyner, Maurice, 55 Tyra, Frank, 63 Ufert, Virginia, 119 Ulatowski, Vincent, 41, 147 , 183 Ulmer, Emily, 165 Umbach, Victor, 41 Urbach, Ida, 55, 99, 135, 151, 153 Usry, John, 63 Ussery, Albert, 119 Utton, Albert, 55 Valdez, Frank, 55, 137, 196 Valery, Nobert, 48, 103 Valle, Joe, 103 Van Avery, Joyce, 55, 150 Vance, Floyd, 41 Vance, George, 41, 115 Vance, Joanne, 41 Van Deusen, Wright, 41, 70, 72, 117, 124, 125, 143, 191, 267 Van Staveren, Bette, 41 Van Staveren, J acobus, 41 Van VVyk, Felice, 63 Vaskov, Olga, 48, 150 Verbeck, Charlene, 55 Verce, Joe, 49 VerHoef, Maine, 49, 165 Verkler, Jerry, 64 Vernon, Roger, 49, 185 Vertrees, Donald, 64 Vessey, Robert, 110 Vickery, Marguerite, 64, 155 Vickery, Philip, 55, 183 1, . Q -+- Y VigH,I,131 Vigil, Theresa, 41, 74, 120, 142, 150 Villella, John, 64, 142 Villella, Ralph, 55, 196 Vincent, George, 41, 109, Vinson, Barbara, 55, 149 Vocale, Anne, 41, 163 Voss, Barbara Jean, 64 Waddell, Gerald, 55, 106 118,187 Wade, James, 41, 115, 125 Wade, William, 117, 143, Wadlington, Joseph, 104, Wagner, James, 49, 175 Wagner, Marilyn, 55, 171 lfVagner, Theresa, 49, 167 Walcott, V., 196 Walker, Alvin, 67 Walker, Charles, 115 Walker, David, 65 Walker, Harry, 67, 119 Walker, James, 55, 141 Walker, Margaret, 49 Wall, Sinclair, 141 Waller, Bertram, 115 Wallerstein, L. B., 65 Wallis, John, 55 261 105 Walpole, Jean, 39, 64, 150 Walpole, Robert, 41, 191 Walsh, Gloria, 41, 159 Ward, David, 55, 183 Warne, James, 49, 175 Warren, Warren, Warren, Warren, Wasson, Dave, 64 Gertha, 64 Louisita, 41 Robert, 41, 195 Robert, 41, 108 Watkins, Barbara, 49 Watkins, Marilynn, 56 Watkins, Richard, 49 Watson, Watson, Watson, Weaver, Weaver, Weaver, Weaver, Webber, Clarence, 56, 102 Joe, 41 William, 56 Barbara, 56 B., 110 John, 41, 110 Neil, 64 Michael, 64 Weber, Charles, 42, 72, 98, 106, 179, 264 Weber, John, 195 Webster, Charles, 64 Wechsler, Joseph, 42, 172 Weger, William, 42 Wegs, P., 142 Weinel, Virginia, 49 Weiner, Albert, 115 Weir, Betty, 42 Weisberger, Alan, 42, 135 Weiss, Arthur, 135 Welch, Alice, 56 Welch, J oyca, 49, 150 Wellman, Donna, 64 Wells, Edward, 42, 179 Wells, Frank, 115 Wells, Warren, 103 West, Richard, 56, 179 West, William, 64 Westerfield, Frank, 67 Westfall, Virginia, 149 Westreich, Gerald, 49 Wethington, Jerry, 42, 121 Whalen, John, 49, 195 Whelan, Marcia, 56 Whenry, Jack, 49 Whipple, Robert, 131 White, Barry, 56 White, Bonnie Mae, 128, 149 White, Elmer, 104, 105, 118 White, G., 106 White, Georgia, 56, 150 White, James, 49, 187 White, Janet, 56, 165 White, Janet S., 49 White, John, 49 White, Morgan, 119 White, Robert, 64 Whitehead, Richard, 42 Whiting, Janie, 49 Willis, John, 129 Willis, John R., 195 Willis, Robert, 108 Willits, Marilyn, 56, 155 Wills, Jo Anna, 73, 159 Wilson, Bernice, 56, 99, 150, 171 Wilson, Don, 56, 189 Wilson, Neil, 49 Wilson, P., 150 Wilson, Spencer, 191 Winkler, Jane, 64 Winn, Ethel, 42 Winnie, William, 56, 180 Wipson, Dale, 49, 118, 177 Wistor, Joseph, 49 Witman, Gail, 237 Woehlecke, Edward, 64 Wolcott, Vernon, 56 Wolf, Norma, 49 Wolf Rueben, 42 Wolfkill, James, 49, 108 Wong, Fred, 42, 123, 157, 185, 268 Wong, Luz, 56, 99, 131, 150 Wood, Eloise, 49, 159 Wood, John, 64 Wood, Leonard, 49 Woodman, James, 56 Woods, Herbert, 64 Woodward, Alice, 64 Woodworth, Nancy, 49 Woody, Barbara, 49, 112 YVickham, Robert, 49 Widner, D., 112 Wiest, Richard, 56, 175 Wigely, Roberta, 42, 168 Wilbourn, Ross, 56, 180 Wilcox, Carl, 108 Wiley, Roy, 64 Wilkins, Carol, 49, 155 Willard, Betty, 64 Willcut, L., 187 Williams., Barbara, 49, 165 Williams, Beverly, 64 Williams, Carrollyn, 49, 75, 128 147, 161, 239 Williams, David, 64 Williams, Doris, 56, 150 Williams, Edward, 157 Williams, Floyd, 64 Williams, Joyce, 56 Williams, Lelia, 112 Williams, Malcom, 64 Williams, Steven, 64 Williams, Thomas H., 64 Williams, Thomas J., 49, 187 Williamson, M., 51 Willis, Arthur, 56, 148 Willis, Denny, 49, 179 Willis, Joan, 42 Woolma n, Mary, 64 Wooton, Robert, 56 Wotych, John, 134 Wright, Barbara, 64, 151 Wright, Cleo, 42 Wright, Herbert, 73, 101, 141, 261 Wright, Louise, 64 Wugalter, Solomon, 64, 135 Wyatt, Helen, 42, 139, 145, 165 Wysocki , Mary, 42 Yano Seiichi, 49 Yarcho, Yvonne, 42, 163 Yasuharu, Agarie, 64 Yelonek, Frances, 49, 156, 159 Yenney, Pat, 49, 126, 127 Yoakum, Joseph, 107 Yonemoto, Ted, 49, 185 York, James, 56 York, M., 150 Young, Donald, 49 Zagone, Peter, 42, 103 Zegarac, Milan, 49 Zemke, Richard, 42, 189 Zitnyar, John, 103, 109, 118, 121 Zucht, Joseph, 67 Zutavern ,J0hn,42,1o1,1s0 Zwicke, Otto, 42 ,- -1 if-1 Bob Kayne I Wears 5 6 A SPORT COAT i 1 bv 1 CA L-iAlN ITA 1 1 i i I . 1 i 5 1 Ali U3 Vivian Asimos Wears if ii fi 1 6 SEQ JAUNTY JUNIOR suir 1 for Spring i ' I95I 9 T . . 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Let's join in being thankful for free enterprise as we know it in America, where one may aim high and work hard in confidence that achievement will find its reward. P , Q ' iii E555 Eiiiial First Nano al Bank ,Aff Resources Over Ssi4OQGf0O,O00 5' Membe' F-DLC' 293 as-X ., ., .. . . .,.,-.,,-, -.-.-.-1f.1-,..wgllawJB-Aaf1:wv-vHH'0'P'4"""' "" " " ,.., A , .-7 .-.-.- -.-.ffw:,..-,,,f, . ,- v-wfyr-'ff . . .- rrf.-1.--. '11 f V' '-' "9" ..: OS P I I II PRESCRIPTIONS SMHIDRIES llll H O G A N ' S FIFTH AND COPPER PHONE 3-0471 I FIIIINTAIN Q I o C k I Wedigtf, as NCB HILL DRUG THE HOUSE OF QUALITY FOR GOOD I I I I 3500 Eas+ Ce-n+raI THINGS TO EAT SASSER DRUG -T-+Y0UR REXALL STORE -- Au+horizecl Dis'l'ribu+or for Famous Cosme'rics FINE PERFUMES - BCX CHOCOLATES QUALITY PHOTO FREE WE SOLICIT YOUR WORK WITH PRESCRIPTION AND ONE-DAY SERVICE DELIVERY SICK ROOM NEEDS , WE HAVE YOUR EVERY DAY NEED Come to See Us - We Appreciate Your Business 2120 ACROSS Phone East C FROM UNIVERSITY entral ON CENTRAL 3 ' 4 4 4 6 294 f:T'3:gT'?-K: 'free . -.-, , 1-H-L-g33f,a..5"lEiffmgi 1" fi . . ' " . . ..a::r Naturally, the hope of our country lies in our youth. Proper education for them is more important today than ever before. Our universities and colleges should be encour- aged in every Way possible in the proper guidance in the field of education. A 'PA llll ATIO AL BA ll SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO QM DEQ Q Since 1903 We have served the university student by ally advertised fashions For the Well dressed Woman Student Sportlelgh Coats Justln McCarty Sportswear Dorls Dodson Dresses Mand II 5 Dreyfuss 8 Co offering a selection of nation- E 300 West Central qffryfff- - "- - ' ' ,n1WYrwm',7, , , . KORBIER BLOCK-200 NORTH SECOND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES FARM 81 RANCH SUPPLIES FURNITURE HARDWARE GLASS CHINA PAINT GIFTS DODGE 81 PLYMOUTH SALES- SERVICE IMPERIAL . . . fhe name fo remember FOR QUALITY LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING, FUR STORAGE ,4 ,4X Ma icfdani for for Cash and Carry Call and Delivery E Drive In at DIAL 1 ,NN Third 8z Sllver Rav u'S 11?11L V ,'-- -'2-::::., 1 E y ""'+b1'- -- '.:'E"1 . - I C e RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN 2II W Cen+raI rv qi ,.. ,,.,.Q 4,V, . V- 1 I M M . ,.,... ,,r,. , . ,r,r A S 4 f 5 . 4' ,.f1.'lfg1-fW'7Q..'Q E2 g ' 5 . A' ' 'Mb 1 11 . .,.., 'rf 4, A W Q2 I x SEK -erfe TOTAL RESOURCES AS OF OCTOBER 4, I950 560,597.8 14.11 Second and Cen+ral MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 297 ,,.. - .-,-,---A--.--.-,,-A--- . cOLLEe-E STUOENTS' 81. DRY CLEANING 700 North Broadway Dial 3-567I for Prompt Pick-up and Delivery "' Fur Storage ll For Brands in Footwear of Proven lnfegrify 'EE' , M 'T 6 W... 7:5212 '-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-1-1-:-:A:-:-:-:-.-.::1:1:-'+' '-:':::5:-:-:ggi:g:g:g:g:g:g:3.5. , -:-:-:-' ''4:2152f:f:f:2:2:Q:Q:32:2:2:gr' '-zz:Q:2:5:3:5:3:g:5:::3:::g:::3:: '-:-:3:3g:g3:::-:"4' '-'q5335g:i:2b:-I f j xgfvf .g.....-....... s.. A49 . . . ix ,4-I-:Q-:':-:-1-:-:-:-33. 'Z-2-i'Z'Z+ .-21:5 'rirk' Y -13: -A Q " ' fa " 4, PALIZZIO vi, iff X 4 3515- - . 4 ' v'.V 'V' , 432:21 O f 'fl X X E ' 4 I f' M NATURALIZERX X ,- N N Your Corsage Will g 'O , COST LESS and O LOOK P RETT' ER RIS UE CASUAL " when it's from .. . st GIVEN mm S HOUSE OF FLOWERS ' Downtown-214 W. Central Shoe Co., Ltd. Phone 3-2266 YOUR FAMILY SHOE STORE 304 West Central Phone 4225 SANDWICHES THE M.. LUNG:-les M I R A G E E':'.:::1:: The Fountain H Service 1 U k" HANGOUT Carlmar s EEEEL. 106 South Bliena Vista 298 'iw ""2:1:k5.1:1:3:2:Q1:5:3:2:5:1:2:-xg.,. ..-:2:ki:f:1:1:3:1:f:1:1:-:-:-:-:-1517:-2-2' ..-:-2?522:23Q:2:f:2:f:Q:Q:2:f:Qgg 'Z 2'2" -V-wg. Y w-uri-.-w ' f -X., - ' -ff"7'?'S.yZ'!'fBiq. :Aff sa -- ' ' .. 'RHFSHQW 5ELIGMAN'S 2309 W'eSt Central Ave. The Home of Hand-made Indian Jewelry-where the visitor can see Navaho silversmiths create the most artistic, unusual and beautiful in Indian craftsmanship. Navaho and Chimayo blankets, In- dian Pottery, and novelties add to the atmosphere and charm of this shop. Congratulations To The Class of '5I . -fx" Q, .MJ UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE A COMPLETE STOCK OF BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES I We're Here To Serve You Archie WesHaII, '32 UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE I I I 300 I f.f.'i17fffT':- EL -T-YS:-1 tiff ---.1-f - -sl:-1-vfw-ev-v -.- W -.. it W i ii X it iiiq N it yy X i Dots YOUR PRINTING sa q T THE PACE it leg, lirit R T yy FoR Ti-une-s TO come? i l 4 7 f , y 'Zemin KM iililf X wgf ' i'wRXQXQXi?' 314 West Central Ave. THE HOUSE OF GEMS FOR OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY IN ALBUQUERQUE Good printing, especially de- signed, is an important detail which indicates the pace of your organization. Good business dic- tates Good Printing. Our 33 years experience of Quality printing in New Mexico is your guarantee of satisfaction. V A L L I A N T PRINTING coMPANY Albuquerque eangfzcaliulaliana la Me Glau of '51 TO THE GRADUATES . . . we extend congratulations tor your scholastic achievement and best wishes tor the future. May success ancl happiness touch the lite ot each I95I graduate ot the University ot New Mexico- X7 Southe n Union Gas fewer 725 West Silver Albuquerque '301 rrrzvarn-' fri.. , . .7-7, fr: 'Ff?if?f' ' '1 ',":F"i -K4- '. A 'Z-,1ZZ'.':-2-9'A'Sf-T , - ... i N-- 1 EXCELSIOR DRY CLEANING SERVICE , EDR YOUR FINEST GARMENTS 5 fe 5. Zmmcbzyp Sunil? Cieafwy' A A Pickup and Delivery 2nd 51- Rgma Dial 3-5545 BARGAIN AUTHORIZED AVN SALES AND fjfkxp. - ,,. R, 1 I SERVICE 1 , .f J: 3. idx ff? S .5 Buick ga. ..-EI-I:- S, ,fi Q iifg'ff'12'EiP' '-U' 'A' 'U Fourth and Silver Q Dial 6646 ,U APPLIANCES AUTO PARTS HARDWARE 3004 W. Central Ave. 7501 E. Central Ave. 207 Isleta Highway 3800 North 4th St. N' ltrzx. Jw? 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