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

 - Class of 1952

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'E l ll Campus Features Pictorial calendar Homecoming Dances Faculty Student Body Seniors Graduates Law Juniors Sopliomores Freshmen Organizations Student oflicers Honoraries Publications Clubs and Honoraries Social Groups Sports Football Ba ske tball Swinnning Tennis Golf Track Intramurals 61 7 8 28 34 39 51 52 72 '74 75 81 87 95 96 108 112 118 153 189 190 206 212 213 214 215 216 Features Wl1o's Who Band Royalty Buildings Rocley Culture Series Index Advertising 219 220 229 230 234 238 2452 2411 250 STAFF Nancy Cass, Etlitor Ruth Carmel, Associate Editor Ruth Ann Davis, Business Manager Art Editor, Olga Vaskov Photograpliers, Allan Mogull, George Kew Feature Editor, Elton Byerly Faculty Editors, Blanche Holmes, Thelma Nelson Class Editor, Pauline Sekavee Organization Editor, Diane Davis Society Editor, Sue Sutton Sports Editor, Gerald Levine Assistants: Jane Adams, Margaret Angc, Barbara Antlies, Patricitx Baird Wick Butler, Isabel Cella, Mary Ethel Cousland, Elliott Mozee, Marilyn Rundle Bernice Wilson. l'N's, u v A., ,- an st' 91 2, zu'-' ' . eww ? - S., - AY,.1N H,..Q1-Y - u J 'if' ., -. -. .-L Mf f Vw ,. 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XfVl1ee! Them western parries 'WY' . 'E-P, K, sf gf., Concentrating on the food, Lou? Alert, poised, eager .... E1 Maestro and his contingent get set for a hot number Wl1at's so amusing, ladies? Below, left: Gill's Homecom- ing Queen scoop stupiHes SUB- ites. Below, righl: Small talk at the Newman Cardinal Ball. fNfNA "Daisy Mae" Mathany and Marryin' Sam Corral an unresisting "L'i1 Abner" Mathany. Below, left: SUB artist aids Christmas Below: Pull, you mighty freshman shoppers. '1'1,T. ' ,Wx .,.. ., f b ! H ,fx Uni, ft fad - S. ii f Nqw 14 Left: Gill "Shoots" Houston! Above: La Mirage opening night. b Left: Candidates for Mirage Favorites adverlise Ipana. I I r I u I 1 Left: Doc Fenley hot on the trail of another story. Right: Thailand students look for familiar territory. Their names? Pa- yome Aranyakanon, Mrs. Ambhae Anubunyong, Pumwarn Komalar- jun, and Phitaksphraivan Kasetre. Left: A cosmopolitan group in their native costumes pose at a meeting of the new Cosmopol- itan Club. Right: A smooth lit for 21 smooth ap- pearance in the latest Rodey presenta- tion. Below, left: Paula Stroxuberg and As- sociate Professor lohu Tatschl criticize the work at the jarruary art show. Below, right: The Presideufs home in all its winter Hnery. ii .2477 . 1.1 1, 4' S STE 'E - ,si .- T- , L f fe I2 ..- v U ' fx JJ-ull R gm. 45 1 A Yi' ' if 3 JG' U 5 ii H' W D-,A V. , ' ns: Ay! I 'V ' H' 6 ' f 'iffy f b V A f' JH X 5 IL: ' X-jj,,..1.x 1 A A- ge- A I A vm ' '3-sf . , ' ' ,f 1 F, , . L , qqfiiin gi H ' xr mf lim i.. ' I ,QU-5 , nu., ,r 'xg -flvffii-5 - 4 F51 Much Qin Y Right: Two would-be tennis players view with woe the debris that was the tennis court. Left: Those Hrst Spring days make nature-lovers of us all. Left: Marilyn Christy and Janice Nus- baum snapped at the Engineers' open house. -cuv- Cenlcvt' Pat Yenncy performs during mod- ern dance class. Above: Spring! Right: Pill rollers at work in the Pharulacy department. if 2? ,N K. ,A If f 1 J J fi I Q in V 34, .. .,,..,f7J..: R Q x'l"' x . .,.f'-q:"v., L . X ' -1- .,4"3j' '- ' . 1 vm .X n I ,, . :A-.. .1.-.ag --N-.W 1, 'A in 1""?-.af--1 .,,,,, ' X75 ay -gf. -ff: 9.1, -A A -- , -A ,341 i" ga: 4' ' -gift: E L, L4sg,i5:H1f1- P , 4- 1-'A-ff ., .W , y In wp, , . ,J -1 , . 4 . ' I'vf ' gm - . - , gg. 3. ..- . "' ff?-rg!f1kl '1' -1 '- . "1" - --QL "' ' " r 4 I- "' ' , "' "" " .12 ' - . an ,. f',A':54'l . k '. Lf'r'v-,ft , ' 4 4 - ' '.r v' A Y:-5 f 4 V' -A ,gan 5, i Q?-f.Qx,s Q., , ,,..m 'i""'.1Q1 fl " :ji r- L..,i,f ' X '-Li 'i' ' 1.1-gr - ' jf gf -11 1 ' AL, '- 11. .- ., 5, - ,A , 3 ,,.. ' A .-7'-7,-1 3':!BgV,. 1 .. k.:,3, , ' WA' Y , -,LIL Y nxmzfmy 4 , , ff-if-4 ' -,, ' ifg KV 'QW lmgxunu. N fy V-vim. 1-F.. M, ,Q , HQ" Y -,. V if 'Hz ' . U 7- ,Zf'?'f' N ' ,Q :nw V H-QI, ,- 1- 4 , -i.......,, J ,T- if u e 4 1 Aj? -. f+'fTP?7CI"f ' "wwf 'iff . I.-,-'L f,'u.',.:1tN ,,-5 ff-Q 4 ef J :wwf I :ICF ATT. mia, Fi 'A 'll W-I'nf'f', rifle W ,' '- -+1 5- A, V H, lg: rf JQEL Above, left: Jean Do does her part to set up Fiesta booth. Above, right: Phi Del put together their a nual Fiesta show. Below, left: Kappas an friends put the iinishi touches on their cover wagon tamale booth. Viva la Fiesta de la universidad de Nuevo M6-jico! N., 4l 3. , . .,- J 1-R K t b' - 'A A11 'lsr-1 'P 1 's I' ck A311121-Q I 1' if 441711 -mf 5 ,'f1'r-.' ...:,-., p rv an . w A '1 V, 1 1, li Ei 5 ,K K fl ,Xi ,mn S i .ly I 175511 if 1 ', ,qi " , x- . J Left: Sketching is the pleasurable busi- ness in mind for these students as they stroll out from the Harwood Founda- tion summer school extension in Taos. Center: UNM mermaids at the Aqua- Cade. Below, left: More fancy maneuvers by the VVaterlous. L. gsniliti'-are 1' :sn -qfszsmw H4 'W 31 " H. ..- --.2 1 44' 26 Q ..-by L 'l 9? . 4, -779 T 1'- ii? -u -ns-f' 'v 1L',L. 5. 4- , MS af V' P.- .-Q7 lg r ar tc Mr 'sw-3 -1 Cr ' Qighl: Another view of the Taos scen- -ry, for an artistic eye. Above: Perfect timing and precision are shown by the swimmers. Left: Upsy-daisy! SS' ga 5 I e'g13g - Mg. co . is ,G if' 1" ,z.,2?- ,-es '.-Z 3!-F'1gk'f.."fs:' 'xv ., " gr, 1 K .4 -,n A-4 Jawa ' -..X .1 ,E h Vg ,f 'rf :AQ 1-is i Wa if ., A. N "W, ws-f-El Jvc? we A3355-" 53' 9 4 if fc 1 F - NT R l 1 D HONIECONIING john Large gives the starting signal, the gala floats roll on, and the Navy group lends distinction to the spectacle of Homecoming. Queen Sally Masury flashes a big Homecoming smile to all of her thousands of homecoming sub- jects who paclied the SUB ballroom for the beginning of the 1952 Homecoming festivities as Ed Driscoll crowns her. Attendants Nita Mulcahy and Mary Ann Mitchell helped Queen Masury set olf the huge bonhre iinniediutely after the Coronation while the judges went about their diiiicult task of choosing the winning house decorations. Colorful floats and trumpeting bands stepped up spectator euthusiasin preceding the big game. The spirited team kept the crowd on its feet, cheer- ing wildly as the Lobos piled up an overwhelming 34-o score against B.Y.U. Students and alumni wound up the celebration Saturday night by dancing to the victory. A 110116: Alpha Chis' "pop" into first place. .fl " rf! l' ll? Y Y, i!"""": x4Q,fr,g ly- If 1 ' , . 1, V. .21 , ,V '--' !v,,- V aww. . 1 A bovcf: Second place went to the "Mum" Engineers. 'fa-'9' V 30 mem cQme:.Qw HM ,. -is Aliddle: Sigma Cliis ripping into third place. Left: KA's Dragon "drug" second place. Below: Exploding Phi Delts captured lirst place. QQ 'eil 'J fsjfvf' SJ' Sli ...g 'iv-'P .Bief- L. Y 'Q V .al v4 5 2 ' A vi... " li 'L 3 I - -EL E ALU J ONT BE Q-:LuM-- E'LL PUT1 HEX BR.lGHAH'YOUNG "1 "wr P " Q' , '-'. fa ' ' . -"'f '92i'jff' '. -.-wav' "9-" W P Wi IUKHI' I" J Jhfiwrz Sami womuf ' iwanu nw f ' ' . WoA1,'Qn'sAPrlff Q . Eli ll 'ixiih ilil ii- : gg N M Q .il Above: Navy and Air Force ROTC sentries, guarding the UNM war dead honor roll, remind alumni and students of the unfinished job of building the YVar Memorial chapel. ' 32 vmvRll1WlW-DYAD ' ,. .1 .- il. XVIII!-ixXl1I ll 'l' f Above: A great moment as Coach Dudley De- Groot is carried off the Held in a blaze of glory by his proud and joyous team. Left: Raggedy Ann Kappa dolls prophesy the doom of Brigham Young. .-, u Y , .f l , T3-5-R 'r'f ' Ax " "r-f- ' fri?-4 if ,if w ., 'vs ' . f' 5 - 2 f -M Q-- I V .tr ll t 4 lf, ll . F Y ,-I 5 4 I f Q NX. I 139.51 ' fa-1.5. " l I " . izf ' , ' ' H ' " if: f- L1 . A W Q in F . '41 A ""s. Q.. I 5- -1. ,P ,ey -' '-xt: 1 ?w.f- .' 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Chatter . ..Clc1tter Left: Conversation corner at the I-Iokona-Marron Dance. , Q , ' Below: Sig pledges and actives ' I congregate with their dates at the Homecoming dance. G ,J ond Chorleslon 'N Right: Thatfs a hot charleston jo Margaret Core and Gene MC- Daniels exhibit at the Hokona- M arron dance. Below: Everybody gets in the limelight at the Junior Triad party. -ll? The Bohemion Left: Do not ski alone, boys- bring your partner and let's dance at the A Phi O ski lodge square dance. Below: Three guys and a doll at the Hi Jinx. XX Left: The Phi Tau Apache dance reveals some distinctive Apaches. 38 ' Zaculfy X x S gy gf Nrwx WW' sl MIN I X Z M, W x Z gj Vflfl Wllvx :HQ will H5 f ,llffww ff A - 2 .2 ,, ,- H TOM L. POPEJOY President, University of New Mexico President Popejoy joins Professor Johnson and friends for some of that distinctive SUB coffee. 40 --1 Eh. F' r i 5144 'ru FRANCE V. SCHOLES Academic Vice-Prcsiclenn 1. C. 1v1M1GR12c:oR Dirccior of Admissions xv 45 W , . -, r K. JOHN N. DURRIE Secretary of University RICHARD STRAI-ILEM Comptroller YVILLIAM E. HALL, JR. Managing Director, Alunmi Association "Qi" -aP"! 1 HOWARD V. MATHANY Dean of Men . , tl: W -,L ' G 'X ' - A - . t It tg, ' rf. 1 5 V my - 1 , ., ' , ' ,Q 1" .jf A V-. .I . :Un I LENA C. CLAUVE Dean of VVomcn MARY CARMIGNANI Assistant Dean of Women fFirst Semesterj SHERMAN E. SMITI-I Director of Student Affairs "2-ff -5 If ,- 42 1 I ,.-. ,ja . JI ' ' . 3 'J' wi TCT5, we "f E: E. F. CAS'1'l5'1"1'liR Dean, Graduate Schoolg Head, Biology Department A. L. cAUs1aw1'rz ' Dean, College of Law -IOHN L. PARKER ELMON L. CATALINE A NELSON K. BROWN Colonel, U. S. Air Force Dean, College of Pharmacy Colonel, U. S. Marines AFROTC NROTC l?""" -New THOMAS C. DONNELLY Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Dean, General College VR WWA sl iw:-ae z Www BM... i 3. my! pwgvf A Mpvkhx. , . HAROLD O. RIED Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Assistant Dean, General College 44 M ...LQQIQQ 4gf'5E.-1- L, f d - iff' 5-Q fn, X. if ,. -Q vwn - 'vwmy WW, if? llwuxik ,A.. A x gE M 1 i ir 'w , - "Ml?' fi ?f " " "i2f ig? C A -M l'l A A 'H V I' .fbi K W. W. HILL Hcadk, Anthropology A Department l MIGUEL JORRIN Director. School of Inter-American Affairs QIOSIAH C. RUSSELL Head, History Department i WILFREIJ D. KELLEY Associate Professor, Geography GEORGE M. PETERSOB Head, Psychology Department KEEN A. RAFFERTY Head, journalism Department J. L. REIBSOMER Head, Chemistry Department VICTOR H. REGENER Head, Physics Department HOWARD MCMURRAY Head, Government Department HU BERT G. ALEXANDER I-lead, Philosophy Department GEORGE ARMS Head, English Department JULIAN S. DUNCAN Head, Economics Department DAVID OTIS KELLEY Professor, Library Science WAYNE C. EUBANK Head, Speech Department LINCOLN LAPAZ Head, Mathematics and Astronomy Director, Institute of Meteoritics R. M. DUNCAN Head, Modern Languages Department STUART A. NORTHROP Head, Geology Department PAUL IVALTER p Head, Sociology Department 45 GEORGE VVHITE Assistant Dean, Education Head, Physical Education Division Q ' ' l . 'W N f S. P. NANNINGA Dean, College of Education Roy w. JOHNSON Head, Men's Physical Education J. W. DIEFENDORF I-lead, Secondary Education KATHLEEN MCCANN Acting Head, Elementary Education MERCEDES GUGISBERG Head, Woincn's Physical Education ALEXANDER MASLEY Head, Art Education ELIZABETH SIMPSON Hcnd, Home Economics ,'VY i yn! ki 'I 221 L -x i.l t 5 f ,N , "X talk Dean College of F1116 Arts EDWIN SNAPP Head, Dramatic Art HUGH M. MILLER Head, Music Department LEZ L. I-IAAS Head, Art Department VERNON G. SORRELL Dean, College of Business Administration -if t 5. . EVA M. ISRAEL Associate Professor, Business Adl1'1il1i.SfI'21IlIOIl JOHN W. DUNBAR Associate Professor, Business Administration WILLIAM H. HUBER Associate Professor, Business Administration ROBERT K. EVANS Associate Professor, Business Administration WILLIAM J. PARISH Associate Professor, Business Administration is-55 Hag X M. E. FARRIS Dean, College of Engineering A. D. FORD Head, Mechanical Engineering THOMAS T. CASTONGUAY Head, Chemical Engineering " XVILLIAM C. VVAGNER I -4 V A Q ' Head, Civil Engineering , Iknxifi I 1 L , ' ARTHUR P. BAILEY ' Associate Professor, Industrial Arts RALPH W. TAPY I-lead, Electrical Engineering JOHN QI. HEIMERICH Head, Arcliilectural Engineering 49 Ulu, "'n..,.,-K -R. --.....x-........, ,tw , 4 ' s I f 1' ' N. pf V I -V I. V -,A-. i xx- .F 5 . ! 5 1 . s I ' . K ' , , . . , . , . I . 1. x 4 1 ' . 4, ' ' 1 W '.-4 L, , , ., ..r ' 4 Q A f 1. , gf.' f e f' 1 ' ' A . , ' " Q , , an , .4 .'-.X 1 -f P ff.. . .M i--W Q I ' - " ' N, . j. - - Vu- .fx mp -4 4 I . 1. I I Sify 1 .g, iv- S J, f T .V Jinx, 1 'i . a - f 1 ' - s x 1 g rf. Q, fft. 3'fL,'5 lf It , ..- . .4.3.:5.z5,-L 'E V. " .VHA-l'w.f4gr' 4, '- . , . .1 h 'I ,' , Q 1 ' M:i9'.wS., :. ..- ' .- - : w..f 1, ..::.'4fg-2 -. - 4--Nw., 1:1 X, - " - Q, il- . . uT"'l'R4, , Two members of the music faculty, Kurt Frederick and George Robert, prepare for one of their many public appearances. 50 I Q1 . p if 1-yg 7 -df-+3 Student may fi Al- X JANE BALDWIN .......... . Albuquerque Fine Arts, Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha Iota-Sec., Mortar Boartl-V.-pres., AWS-Treas. KEITH R. BALTZ . . . . Albuquerque Education BARRY BARNES .......... . . California Education, Kappa Sigma-Pres., Vigilantes, NROTC, Lobo R Sports Editor, Sophomore Class-V.-pres., Student Senate, Var- M, sity Baseball 52 WILLIAM A. ALFANO .......... q Business Ad, Phi Kappa Tau, Wardroom Society RICHARD ALLINGER .......... Business Ad, Alpha Phi Omega, Beta Alpha CECILIA ALTUNA ......... Business Ad, Newman Club, Dc Anza JOAN ANDERSON . . . Education, Chi Omega WM. ROY ANDERSON . Education MANUEL APODACA . Arts 8: Sciences LOUIS G. ARCHULETA ..... ,... . Engineering, ASCE, NMSPE, Chi Epsilon, Sigma Tau AUGUSTUS ARMSTRONG .......... Arts 8: Sciences GIL ARROY0 ....... Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi ROGER ARTLEY ........... Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau-Treats., AIChE HERBERT ASI-IBY .......... Arts ik Sciences, Phi Delta Theta ROGER BAILEY . ............ . Business Ad, Kappa Alpha, AFROTC, Football, IFC Mary Locke Davis and glqu Gypsy Jo Bennett stock up on smokes. .S New jersey Albuquerque . Lordsburg Albuquerque Albuquerque . Raton . Iowa Albuquerque . New York . Indiana Albuquerque . Missouri 4 R. D. BARNES ,... ..... A lbuquerquc Engineering, Kappa Sigma, jerboans Chl Ppsllon YVILLIAM I.. BARNES ...... Albnquclque Engineering PEGGY BARTl.,ET'l' ...... Albuquerque Education. Town Club, Sludenl SCIIZIIL US!! WANDA BAR'l'LE'l"l' ..... Arts X: Sciences JOAN BEACH Education GUY R. BECK . . Engineering HALLEY BENIIER ....... Education, Chi Omega, Majors Xa Minors Pies WRC GYPSY JO BENNIi'I"I' ..... . Arls k Sciences, Kappa Alpha 'l'l1Clll.-PHA Munn Boird JACK N. BENSON, -IR. ...,. 'umm Fe Business Ad, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Dell: Sibnu P1 WILLIAM I-I. BENTON ..... Albuquerque Engineering JAMES S. BERGIN ..... Albuquerque Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon H. ALLEN BERKlflElMER . , Education MARY j0 BLANC . . . Education, Chi Omega JACK C. BOLA NDICR ...... Arls lk Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Xoung Dunoci llS Pies NROTC Paper-Ed.. USCF LENORE B. BOROUCHS ..... Education, Alpha Della Pi, Sigma Alphi loti WILLIAM BOROUGIIS ..... Business Ad.. llcllil Sigma Pi EUGENE C. BOS'l'A'I'IiR ..... Business Ad, 'lan Kappa Epsilon Alpha, Alpha Kappa Psi-Pres. WALTER BOWRON .... Fine Arts URSU LA BOYSIEN ..... Arls ik Sciences, Dorm IJ-Sec. ALBERT E. BREWSTER ..... Business Ad., Kappa Alpha, Wardroom Society I HENRY P. CARROLL . . . . New York Business Ad, Newman Club MYRON K. CARSON . . . . Albuquerque Education MARGARET CARTER . . Iowa Education 54. Al Spitz and Mortar Board members, Sue Ann Stephens and Carol Ketchum, check that elec- tion machinery. PHYLLIS BRIGGS .............. . Education, Town Club, Kappa Omicron, Phi-V.-pres. HAROLD BROCK ................ Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kltatuli, Tau Kappa Alpha, FRANCIS C. BURTON . ....... ..... . Engineering, ASCE, Pi Iota Epsilon RODNEY BURXVELL . . Engineering, ASME BETTY BYERLY ..... Business Ad, Phi Gamma Nu HARRIET CADMAN .... . Arts Sc Sciences, Newman Club JOSEPH R. CALIGURE . Education, Newman Club BEVERLEE RAE CALKINS . . Education JO RENE CAMERON .... . Education, Delta Delta Delta HELEN CAMP . . Fine Arts LOUIS CANTELOU . . Arts 8.: Sciences PAT CARROLL ....... Fine Arts, Phi Delta Tlietu-Pres. Albuquerque . . Kansas Football Albuquerque Albuquerque . Hobbs . Indiana . New York Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque . Texas 1- .,.. -... M. . ., . -...,....u. -,. , ,X 853- - .V .Y 5, A yew ,, n:..1 'f-r -- N. .... 1 , '4 1 , 5, ---H if , .. ....., rr..,..--r -1, , 1 1 .1 ff i I , . l E l 1 'J i- 1- s,,, , , -Q I if lil' yea- .:. i W I i 1. V Y. S .-,e-..- vi ,lj ,gg i ., J. l ,I , I if ' 'i - 4- fi 5 . ,.. IX, I 1' w I- - . .. f . 5 ,e t 15511 s o ::: 1 'f RIIDOLI-' CASTILLO . Education TED K. CHAMBERLAIN . . Arts Ye Sciences PABLO CHAVEZ. JR. . Engineering JOHN CIIAUSTEUR . . . Business Ad., Kappa Alpha OYCE CI-I EE'l'I'IA M ....... . Socorro . Espanola Albuquerque Albuquerque . Farmington Education, Chi Omega, Mortar Board, Pi Lambda Theta VIOLA CHESS .............. California Arts Sc Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Flying Club PAUL CI-IIADO ..,.... Engineering, Newman Club CYNTHIA CI-I OYCE ....... Arts 8: Sciences, Della Della Della, AWS-Pres. RICHARD CHRISTY ...... Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Studenl Sigma 'l'au, Wardroom Society ROBERT CIESIEI ....... Arts 8: Sciences, Della Sigma Phi DIANE CLARK ........ Fine Arls, Alpha Della Pi, Rodey RAYMOND CLARK ....... Business Ad., Della Sigma Phi ROBERT C LEM MEN SEN .... Senale, Albuquerque . Illinois . New York AIEE, NSPE, . New York Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque Business Ad., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi GLADYS CLINE ............. Colorado Arts Rc Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Phi Sigma Iota, Boots Ik Saddles MARION CLINE, -IR. . Albuquerque Education DOROTHY COHEN . Albuquerque Education JOHN S. COOCAN ...... lllassaehuselts Business Ad., Phi Kappa Tan RICHARD B. COOK .... Albuquerque I Business Atl., Bela Alpha-Pres. TOM COTTON ..,... . Lovinglon Arts 8: Sciences BARBARA 'IO COZZENS . .,..... . California Business Ad., Alpha Chi Omega, Phi Gamma Nu, Student Senate ' ' -- -f -'nf' Y ' Wm' ' we ,,,, ., Qs. W, Ii" 4?-13 'P Yi? if-8' 5" if W ' ZS - x if , 1. , , i Q ,LS it P, .'1.:.,-J sw 1. 3 ifvftiis 2 N 5 ' 'Zi Q fi" "' ' ' ri M" fc i was y tv, f tg we ff -Q , fr- - 4 22 I 9 , f --sa 5, , .. as I ,fi t Wi I 2 335 R - ........A...4..e:...s. .,. ...xr W.. Arts ik Sciences l i THOMAS DEWOLF ..... .... . Albuquerque Arts lk Sciences, Tau Kappa Epsilon BENJAMIN DICK ....... . Albuquerque Business Ad GEORGE DIGGS ............ . Virginia Arts lk Sciences, Student Senate, NAACP, Recreation Council joyca Welch gets that all-important phone call. 56 FRANCES CRAIG ........... . Belen Fine Arts, Sigma Alpha Iota, USCF, Mortar Board l JOHN CRONIN ............ . New York Q Engineering, ASCE , CARL CUPPLES . . Albuquerque ' Education FRANCES CURNS .... . ............ Albuquerque Education, Pi Bela Phi, Mortar Board, Pi Lambda Theta, WRC NEAL F. CURRENT ........... . .... Albuquerque Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau, Wardmom Society, AIEE, NMSPE, IRE, KME WILLIAM CURRIE .....,..... Albuquerque Business Atl, Pi Kappa Alpha, Varsity Basketball ROBERT CARL DAVEE . . . Texas Education IRVING DAVIS ...... Albuquerque Engineering, ASCE-Vice Pres. MARY LOCKE DAVIS .... . Illinois Fine Arts, Kappa Alpha Theta RITA DEANIN . New jersey Fine Arts JIMMY DELL . . Albuquerque Education GLADYS DESOTO . Albuquerque ARCHIE DIGIACOMO . . Arts 8: Sciences ELIZABETI-I DlLlSIO . . . . . . . . . Arts Rc Sciences, Newman Club, 'I"ennis Club EUGENT DIMITRUK . Engineering .IOANN DINSMOOR . Arts Sc Sciences, Kappa GEORGE DOLEN . . Business Ad, Phi Delta noise JEANNE now ..,...... 'l'heta,. N-avy Olee Club . . Colorado . Raton . Ohio . . . Texas Alpha 'l'hct.a-Vice-Pres., AWS . . Indiana Albuquerque Education, 'l"own Club-Pres., Mixed Choir, Spurs, Phi Gamma Nu, USCF, AWS BETTY JO DOWDLE ...... Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma ROBERT R. DOWDS . ...... Business Ad., Sigma Alpha Epsilon CONRAD ll. DOWNING ......... Engineering, Kappa Sigma-'l'reas., Ski Club, ASME EDWARD DRISCOLI. ........ . . Business Ad., Phi Kappa 'l'au, Delta Sigma Phi, cil, Debate Club, Student Body Pres. THOMAS O. DUNBAR ..... . Business Ad CHERIE DUNN ............ Education, Delta Delta Delta, Press Club, lforen JAN ECKLUN D Education DONALD EDDINCTON. , . . Education, Delta Sigma Phi A LVIN EISENBERC .......,... . Deming . Connecticut . . Virginia Flying Club, . Maryland Student Coun- Albuquerque Albuquerque sic Society Albuquerque South Dakota . . Illinois Business Ad., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Khatali. Vigilantes, Student Council, Beta Alpha, Commerce Council, Varsity Baseball ARTHUR ENGQUIST. . ....... . Albuquerque Engineering, Sigma Tau, Kappa Mu Epsilon, IRE, AIEE, Student Council JOHN ERMA'l'lNtlER .......... . . Illinois Arts R: Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon-Pres., Sigma Delta Chi- Trcas., Press Club, IFC ROBERT H. ERNST ..... ,... . Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, ASCE, NMSPE JAMES ERRANTE ........... Engineering, AIEE, Sigma 'l'au ERWIN I-IACEN ...... . Business Atl., Delta Sigma Phi . . Roswell Albuquerque Albuquerque l l l i 1 MARSHALL FLOYD .......... Albuquerque Education JOHN D. FOLSOM ....... .... . Iowa Business Ad, Kappa Alpha, Xvardroom Society RICHARD FRAZER ..... .... . Indiana Arts 8: Sciences 58 Frances Thornton, Neal Current, Mike Watkins, Sara Dawn Mitchum, and Gil Arroyo soak up some sunshine on the SUB lawn. DEWEY FARMER . . Albuquerque Education STEPHEN FARRELLY . , . Albuquerque Arts lk Sciences RUTH C. FAUST ..,.... . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Delta Delta Delta SHIRLEY FAY ................,. Wisconsin Arts Xa Sciences, Mortar Board, Lobo, WSSF, USP, Theta Sig Club, Home Ec. Club OSCAR G. ITEGAN ................ Engineering, ASCE, NSRE, Chi Epsilon, Phi Gamma Delux ma Phi, Press . . Santa Fe JOSEPH J. FERRO ............... Ohio Engineering, Newman Club, AEA RUDY FIMBERES ..... . Arizona Education, Wardroom Society WILLIAM FIRSHEIN ....... . New York Education, Fencing Club, Hiking Club JOSEPH FISCHER ........ . . Albuquerque Education JOYCE FITZPATRICK .... . Santa Fe Arts 8: Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi F. HARLAN FLINT ......... . . . Oregon Arts Xa Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, SUB Club ,JOAN FLORANCE ......... . . Albuquerque Fine Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma SCOT M. FREEMAN . . . Arizona Engineering D. DEAN FREESE . . Albuquerque Engineering GORDON FRENCH ...... . Albuquerque Engineering. ITA-Pres., NMSPE CLARK FUNK ........ . Taos Business Ad, Phi Delta Theta WILLIAM B. FURNIER . . . Ohio Education SALVADOR CALIOTO ......... . New York Education, Phi Kappa Tau, Newman Club THOMAS C. GALLAGHER ...... . Albuquerque Engineering TERESINA GAl.I,ECOS . . . Santa Fc Arts K Sciences ROBERT GARBER . . . . Oklahoma Arts k Sciences ARTHUR GARCIA ....,... . Albuquerque Arts llc Sciences, Vigilanles, Phi Sigma FRANK B. CARCIA ........ . . California Pharmacy, Phi Kappa 'l'au EDWARD GARAVANIAN . . . Albuquerque Education, LCllCl'lllilIl'S Club CHARLES CASSAWAY .......... Albuquerque Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, IPC-Pres. FREDERICK A. CERALDSEN ..,.. . . Kansas Engineering JACK GlI.L .............. Albuquerque Arts Rc Sciences, Lnlm-Editor, Sigma Delta Chi, Press Club WILLIAM C. GILTNER . ........ Albuquerque Engineering MARVIN L. CLAZE . . , Albuquerque Business Acl JERRY GLENN ....... , ...... Roswell Engineering, NSPE, ASME-Pres., Pi Tan Sigma-'I'rcas. EDWARD MARTIN GNALL . ..... Albuquerque Fine Arts BARBARA GODFREY ...... I . . . Albuquerque Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Newman Club, Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Ec. Club 1 ' , ELLA HARRIS ..... Fine Arts, Delta Delta Della EVERETT HAYES .... Engineering JOHN HEAGY . Engineering 60 . Illinois Albuqucrq ue Albuquerque Bob Shanner and George Thomas End out what the card catalogue is for. 1 RODOLFO GOICOCHEA . . Peru Engineering JULIUS GOLDEN ................. New York Arts Sc Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Student Senate, Hillel-Pres., Lobo- Bus. Mgr., Sigma Delta Chi FELIPE GONZALES .....,.......... Albuquerque Arts and Sciences, Dc Anza, Young Republicans, Townsmen ROBERT GOODKIN .......... . New York Arts EQ Sciences, Rockets, Gun Club, Vigilantes PATRICIA ANN GORDON ....... , Las Vegas Arts 8: Sciences, UNM Chorus ROBERT GRAHAM .................. I-Iobbs Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Young Democrats, Student Senate ASME JANET GREAR . . . . Albuquerque A rls 3: Sciences RICHARD GREENLEAF .,............ Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Khatali BLANCI-IE GRISCOM ............... Albuquerque Education, Kappa Omicron Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon EDWARD R. GUTIERREZ . . Albuquerque Business Ad JAMES HALL ........... . Pennsylvania Arts 8: Sciences, Sigma Chi, Geology Club PAUL HALTER .... . . .... . Ohio Education, Letterman's Club l I SCOTT I-IENLINE, JR. . . Albuquerque Pharmacy FRED l-IERLOCKER . . . Illinois Business Ad, Sigma Chi BEATRICE IAIIGIIT . ........ . . Albuquerque Arts Sc Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gannna, Student Senate, AWS CHARLES HILL .... .... .... A l bnquerque Education, Pi Kappa Alpha. Kltzuali, Football CARTER HINRICHS Pharmacy, Kappa Psi KEITI-I IAIINRICI-IS . Pharmacy, Kappa Psi RUTH HOESLY . . Education ERNEST HOFFMAN Engineering, ASCE RAN DOLPI-I l'IOIfl" . , Alpha Phi Alpha Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, lloots ik Saddles . Nebraska . Nebraska Albuquerque Rhode Island Albuquerque GENEVIEVE IIUBIIARD .......,... Raton Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Newman Club, Majors S: Minors ARLEY HUSK .... , .,...... Albuquerque Engineering, Della Sigma Phi, IFC, Student Senate, ASCE, ARAA ALICE l-IUSTON .............. Hobbs Arts lk Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mortar Board LINNIE BELLE HYDE ......... Albuquerque Education, BSU, Kappa Ornicron Phi, Home Ee. Club DOROTHY IMI-IOLTZ . .... ....... T exas Fine Arts, Alpha Della Pi ALF JOHNSON .............. Illinois Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. NSPE, ASCE, AFROTC, Chi Epsilon JAY JONES ....... ..... . Arizona Arts X: Sciences, NROTC, jr. Class Pres. STELLA SIYIAFFER .IORDAN ,.... . . Albuquerque Arts K Sciences, Town Club, Spurs, Phi Sigma Iota, Pi Lambda Theta KENT KASER . . . Albuquerque Engineering RICHARD M. KELLEY .... , Minnesota Arts ik Sciences, Phi Kappa Tau VAL KEMPH .... . . . . Albuquerque Business Ad I . P I- 'Af ' 51' 5 -A -All V ' 7 .P F ' l it . I Q .0 , 1 JOHN LARGE .......... . . Albuquerque Fine Arts, Sigma Chi, Band Drum Major MARILYN LARSEN ..,..... . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences PATSY ANN LEE . , ....... . Texas Education, Pi Beta Phi, Mm.-me Stalf Pretty Joan Anderson subjects herself to M. J. Davis' wicked pencil. 62 ,YY Pl-IILLII' F. KENNEDY, JR. . . Business Ad, Sigma Chi, Basketball JEAN KERN ........ Education, Kappa Kappa Gammzi, Student Council R. M. KERNODLE ..... Engineering CAROL KETCHUM ..... Albuquerque . Carlsbad . Indiana . Florida Arts 8: Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Mortar Board, Student Senate, U bury Club JOHN KIDD ........ Business Ad, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Kappa Psi DONALD KIENLEN ..... Engineering, ASCE, NMSPE JERRY KING ...... Engineering, AIEE., NSPE ROLAND KOOL .... Business Ad, Sigma Chi JOHN KUI-IN ........ Arts llc Sciences, Phi Della Theta, Wnrdrooui Society PETER KUNSTADTER Arts 8: Sciences HERMAN LAMBERTSON . . Pharmacy, Alpha Phi Alpha DEVER LANGHOFF . . . Education gig' l 1 flag SCF, Canter- . Illinois Albuquerque . Colorado Al buqucrque . Arizona . Illinois Albuquerque Albuquerque MM 5r'v"'3r :r-' fr- fr'-rw-11 vw, aqui'-visa .Mm l""J ' P"" " l"'W"" F 13-fsfvs Am r I ,,, :FW . 53 Q mir Lima' Hi "'jS i"x fi 'D rm fffawm i fee.-H1 fu ,: R X W., M ,, NITA MULCAHY Albuquerque Education Delta Delli Della Spun LOIIIIIIIILCC Majors 8. Minors WRC Newinin Club DON MULKEY Albuquerque Business Ad EDWIN NAGEI Pennsylvania Fine Arts, erboans ROBERT R NEEI Turnervllle Engineering, Sigma Chi, Khatali, Kappa Mu Epsilon, ASME, P1 Tau Sigma Sec WILLIAM NESBITT Albuquerque Engineer mg KENNE I II NICIIOLSON Omega Education I-IARRIEI NICKEL Illmons Arts 8. Sciences. Alpha Della Pi, AWS MARj0RIIZ NOBLE California Milam.. fwfwmixi 1 L 11114 V 1 13 -,Q ,Q '51 .5 i - fr fs re ,Q Y- . I ' - - - A '.': - . HT I -. , .. , ,.: ' 'I - . , ws- ,,.... : Yi rl x . .,,, , , W ,V ., 2 1- ,, f. . 3 ' lla? ,N f lipid ii 'E mrzzggfsfg, is LQ :Eg .f ii: ig: T-au-1-4,:g..ga-,gi 5 1 'WE is af, e ag!-1 a I 1 ., , V J , V .,.,, , 1 -V ,L 1, 5 A af q U ,J Qs ' . mf, my? vi J: ,.,..l,i ill 'fy . ...lil ,q' -2' I f' -1-: A .. A... .1 . ., R. - .. 125 ff laps 'Li ,E -1 gfi .1 ,i'?FL..?t wi Lai - i gi frf' , 3 -'fl 3 Qi? -- i' , S1 if .5 au. I. uf li! ,Q -an j '5 'ff -:fi 'Egg A fi ff?" A QS, gi at p ML- L , .. ,.,. -,--,.-, X5 , .,--. .... ., ,, ...-. ., ,, ,,.., , . .. . .gi 53 up 5 . U . aw' ' if- - ' - ' 5- A 'V 3 . , V ,K - '- 'fi' - ,.,.,..., ,.-7' - 1-glazsuzsai-fqIT'w:,,we:41:5 A l Erin. n ,, L f' , 'f A .. . :.s:,,Ti-' V r ,J V 1. ..... -,..f.........i '...J.::...:::'.'.'.. ...,.. ...:7..L .,.....,..L':a ..,. ,..:.A'1. .... . .rin .:Qg.n-1f's A-'+L ..'.1,s:-A ami f " ' - in me H19 . L ' Q- . .wi .- ---w---s----M-X-X Y as . ' x ' l I ,V . . .A , . I vi 1 ' 3 1 . ............ Education, Kappa Alpha rllllllil RON NORMAN ......... Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Junior Council, Rally Com, Cheerleader WILLIAM NORWOOD .... Business Ad, Bela Alpha-V.-Pres. AL OLDHAM ........... . . . . .Nevada Class-Pres., Student . Albuquerque . . . . . Texas Business Ad, Pi Kappa Alpha, NROTC, Senior Class-Pres. DAVID ONG ............. Albuquerque Engineering, Lulm DOROTHY PANNELL . . . Albuquerque Arts k Sciences C.WOLCOTT PARKER, II . . Albuquerque Business Ad, Kappa Sigma AUSTIN PECK .... . Connecticut Arts 8: Sciences WILEY PEEPLES . . . Albuquerque Fine Arts WILLIAM PEGUE . . . . . Albuquerque Business Ad, Sigma Chi MARY JANE PENDLETON .......... Kansas Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Boots 8: Saddles LILLIAN PENDLEY ..... . .... Albuquerque Ed uca lion RAYMOND PEROVICH ...... Business Ad, Thunderbird-Bus. Mgr. . Albuquerque 65 m'f- is F Y 1 HERBERT RENWICK . . Albuquerque Engineering WARREN REYNOLDS . . . . Albuquerque Business Ad, Delta Sigma Pi DURVVARD L. ROBERTSON . . . Albuquerque Engineering, ASME, NSPE Lou Revelant, R. C. Jacobs, F. L. Schrempl, and Mike Watkins discuss Einsteirfs Theory of Rela- Livity in the Land of Enchantment. JOHN PETERSON . . . . Canada Arts 8: Sciences LORRAINE PETERSON . . . . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences JAY PETTIT ...,..,............ New York Fine Arms, Kappa Alpha Thema-Sec., Sluclem Senate, Smdeul Art Group, Rally Com BRUCE PIETERS .... ..... ......... l l hnois Business Ad, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Khalali, Sludcni Council, Vigilanies, Varsity Tennis, Lettermen's Club JUDY POLLOCK ...... . Missouri Fine Arts, Kappa Alpha Thcla DOROTHY DOWDLE .... ........ . .... D cming Educalion, Chi Omega, Student Senate, Campus Party-Sec.-Lrcas,, JOHN PUCKETT .................. Deming Engineering, ASCE, Sigma Tau, Chi Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon DONALD RADY ................. Albuquerque Arts 81: Sciences, Delta Sigma Phi, lwilkacm, Honors Commiuee JOHN KAMSEY .........,....... Albuquerque Engineering RANDELL H. BAILEY . . . . Texas Fine Arts BILL RAWLINS ................ t. Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Press Club, Sigma Della Chi, Pi Sigma Alpha RUTH ANN REDMAN ..........,... . Texas Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pan l-Ielleuic-Sec. I 66 p 'l'l'lELMA LEE. . ...... . . . . Education, Pi Bela l'hi, I'i Lambda Theta JOHN J. LEONHARD ......... Education, Kappa Sigma, NROTC, Ski Club WILLIAM LIETCIIIZR ......,. . Fine Arts GERALD CEE LEVINE ........ Albuquerque . Indiana Albuquerque . New York Arts Zk Sciences, 'l'au Kappa Epsilon, Mnmnle Sports Ed., Alpha Phi Omega J. T. LEWIS .......... Albuquerque Engineering. NROTC, AIEE-V.-Pres. I.IS'l'ON LEYENDECKER .... Albuquerque Arts lk Sciences, Kappa Alpha JOHN LILLY ............... Carlsbad Business Ad, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Beta Alpha DON Ll'I'Cl-IFIELD .......... . Clovis Business Ad, Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi l'HYl..LlS LONG ....... . Connecticut Arts 8: Sciences, Dance Workshop V ALIIERT LUCAS ....... Albuquerque Arts S: Sciences IPIERBIQRT L. MACDOUGALL ....... . Raton Engineering, '.l'an Kappa Epsilon, ASCE, NSPE GERALD MCCOY ........... Albuquerque Engineering, Kappa Sigma I-IERBERT L. MCCULLOUGI-I .... . Texas Arts Sc Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon ANN MQQNAMARA .............. Texas Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Mot'tar Board, Pi Lambda Theta, Majors llc Miners, WRC JEAN MADISON . . . Albuquerque Education JOHN P. MADISON . Albuquerque Education WALTER A. MANGOLD . Albuquerque Engineering Pl-III. MANLY , . Indiana Arts 84 Sciences GEORGE L. MANN, JR. . . . . Oklahoma Business Ad, Kappa Alpha RUBEN MANZANARES . Albuquerque Education MARY ANN MITCHELL ....... . Albuquerque Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, USCF, Pan Hellenic ALLAN MOCULL ....... . .... New York Business Ad, Alpha Epsilon Pi, RIIRAGE Photographer, Alpha Phi Omega ELLIOTT MOZEE ............ . Alaska Education, Kappa Alpha-USCF, IYIIRAGE, Student Senate, Alpha Phi Omega 64 Bill Baggett, jack Ermatinger, jim Tucker, and Julie Golden criticize "the rag" around the Lobo copy desk. JANE ANN MARSHALL .... .Clovis Arts Sc Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, USCF, Band BURDETTE MARTIN .,......,. . Illinois Fine Arts, Lambda Chi Alpha-V-pres. CHARLES MARTIN ...... Education, Baptist Student Union COLLEEN MARTIN ...... . . .Albuquerque Bloomlield Education, Chi Omega-Sec., Student Senate, Phi Gamma Nu WALTER MARTIN ....... Arts 8: Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon WARREN MARTIN ...... Arts Sc Sciences, Delta Sigma Phi LEN MAYER . ...... Business Ad, Pi Kappa Alpha MARILOUISE MAYER . . . Arts 8: Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi DIANE METZEL ...... Arts 8: Sciences, Geology Club MARION E. MILLER ...... Education, Town Club, USCF, Studen BERNADINE MILTON ..... Education, Baptist Student Union SARA DAWN MITCHUM .... . , . . . . . . . Albuquerque . . Illinois , Roswell . Illinois . Michigan . . . . . . . . . Albuquerque L Senate, Kappa Omicron Phi . . . . . . . . , Albuquerque . . . . . . . . . Albuquerque Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Mortar Board, USCF, Phi Sigma Iota, Pi Lambda Theta 1, .. -' -Q W WM . .,, x.Q, ,. -,Ln -g 'v u. :,-1 . ,., ...- ... 'A ly' ... . , fi'!Z..::,Qg A1 , .. .vi l , 1 2, J ---L xigcy x. 1 ' . " TU V . . " f 1'-. 3, f f 'i 3 - J 1 iii J A-J -.3 esac-.. .i. .- -1 Q , , V -,J H -1. .., -3 , si , A J . it ,J Ag ,IJ ,g,. .:14 55 at ..mk1:5 ' J " 'N ' " ' A' A ,Q l, W e-v:m:' Y' Lf' .W !,.. , A 1, . . ri? 5 , .- .-V L, is H 31,-, , , , 1 . i ...t...,.....e.i hwmmxwsvn .. ...lo .ri ., ,...,.. . . ' .,... s.s.,..,. ' ' Q '35 i 'eEeaS1iiK2a-' - JACK ROBINSON . Engineering l-IUGO D. ROCKETT . . . . Arts k Sciences, Kappa Alpha JOHN S. ROCKE'l"I' ...... . Albuquerque Massachusetts . . Santa Fe Etlucalion, Delta Sigma Phi-V.-Pres., NROTC, Navy Glee Club, NRO'l'C Snnline LAURA ANN RODRICK ........ . Albuquerque Fine Arts, Alpha Delta Pi, USCF, Sigma Alpha Iota PEGGY ROLEY . , . . . Education, Pi Bela Phi JACK ROSEN BERG ....... Arts Sc Sciences, 'I'au Kappa Epsilon, ACS . Arizona . California RON RU BLIL .......... , . . Albuquerque Education, Townsmcn, Alpha Phi Omega, Newman Club SUZY RUCKER . ............. Ohio Arts Sc Sciences, Geology Club, Anthropology Club-Sec.-treas. GERALD RUSSELL .... Business Ad. Kappa Sigma . Indiana JACK RYAN .............. A lbuquerque Business Atl, Phi Della Theta, Khatali, IFC, Student Senate, Student Council ERNEST SA NCl'll:ZZ ...... . Albuquertpic Education, Lettermen's Club, Track, Dc Anza Club ROBERT SANCHEZ ..... Arts Sc Sciences PAT SCANLAN ....... Arts lk Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Spurs DELMA R SCHMALL ..... Engineering EVELYN SCHOOLCRAFT . . . Education, Alpha Delta Pi-Pres., Club-Pres. ROBERT SCI-IOOLEY .... Arts k Sceinees, Kappa Sigma JACK SCHMIDER . Business Atl FRANK SEYFERLICI-l ...., Business Ad, Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROBERT SHANNER, JR. . . . Mortar Albuquerque . Bernalillo . California . Oklahoma Board, Tennis . Las Vegas Albuquerque . Illinois Albuquerque Arts Sc Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Tennis, Sigma Delta Chi HENRY SHATKIN .....,....... Illinois Business Ad, Sigma Alpha Epsilon L , ' 0 A 1 3 ssssl ,fl , ff! s Q -I ls i ' jg, lljlf " I N V. 4 Q is gas' ti 5 S ' -as W 3 1 --11 X -if ra si ,' ,.....xa . -waz.. Q J . ut in va' .-0. A . 'f,.....ff"t.,l1i.,........,..,i .t............t. .... M 67 JOSEPH STEFANIC ...........Ncwjersey Arts Sc Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . SUE ANN STEPHENS ......,.... Maryland Fine Arts, Kappa Alpha Theta-Pres., USCF, Mortar Board, Spurs FRANCES STEWART . . . Canada Education, Chi Omega 68 SPENCER PLATT ...... JEANNINE STAFFORD . . . . JOANN STANER .... Fine Arts, Alpha Della Pi JEANETTE STANTON .... Education, Kappa Alpha Theta Business Ad, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Teresina Gallegos grades recordings in the modern language b phonetics lab. VICTOR STA RNES ....... VIOLA SHIELDS ................ . Illinois Fine Arts, Alpha Delta Pi--Sec., Canterbury Club, Rotley TOM SISNEROS ......... .... . . . Taos Engineering, Newman Club, AICIIE FORREST SMITH , ..... . . Kansas H Arls Xe Sciences, Phi Delta Theta-Sec, .lULlA LEE SMITH , ............ . . Carlsbad Arts X: Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Geology Club ' WILLIAM E. SMITH ............... Albuquerque Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau, Band VERA SNYDER ............ . ....... Ohio Arts ik Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Anthropology Club, Ski Club Pharmacy, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Psi, Alpha lihi'Al.pha i i ALLAN SPITL ............. Arts Sc Sciences, Student Council, Young Democrats Arts Sc Sciences, USCF, Phi Sigma Iota. i D h i h i 'Q' . Dexter Pennsylvania Los Lunas Albuquerque . Santa Fe Albuquerque QAYWNQR ROBFRT S I'U RTFVAN I' Illinois Business Axl llu Klppl Inu P Alphl Phi Omega Tre is Alphi Kipp: Psi IxIl'll"lll Sec Wll I IAM SWTNSON CllIf0l'lIld Yduczumn hlfbllll Llu LCIICIIIILII s C lub Ski Club JOAN I AI'OX A Tucnmcari Fclnculon Deb ue Club IIDVVARD 'IARANC 0 Tvns Ph irlnacy Alphl Phi Alpha I HI' RAI D TIINNI SON Albuquerque Ph lrmacy Kappl Sxbnn K ppl I ANN IIIA FCIIFR Texas Arts llc Sciences, Kappa Kappa fnlllllllal, Ski Club IOYCF TIII' ILFMAN Illinois Aus 8: Sucnccs JAMILS 'I IIOMPSON Axis 8. Sciences, Ski Club, Alpha Phi Onuga HOWARD 'I IF IVF Pharmacy RICHARD FORRES Business Arl JAMES TUCKFR Arts 3: Sciences, Sigma Chi, Lol: V pres NORBPR I' VAI FRY 0 M gl Ed . Sl gm Albuquerque Albuquerque Bernalillo Albuquerque a Della Chl Pennsylvania 'M VY: MW sxwfwww' 2 sw-A 11, GW EXE LZSEFIQ aw Q K J QJQWM asm .s.4,.l.+.:?i'? 2- 'fbxxqy 3' 543' E XV' ' l 2 I l 1' . l 24 ,. 1 f, mi 25 1 ,A 4 -4 , g ,. 5 'L v w Kg ,. A 5 zu , .:H,.::? 5 m ,. . i -ws 5 , C ., w. 1' , Q H 1.-H 1- I- ll A- . .l as ..r if iw ,f if? W i' - T l Y' ,, E l , - 1' . I lf? fi, .. .. .. l, . I 5. , lg li L9 " iii Q. 555 Sil l E we sg." , - ' lf, w f 2533 -s ,' 'V' 'u 'I P , 5 J it f' FJ "I - l 4 ' , A.. '. l '4 ir 44 ' . . . - . . - . . . . . l .' .. , ' ' 1 5 "2 - res., z ' - , :.'., z 1 'z .", ' . . '-.' . ' ,. I , . z 1 ' , 2 ' ' " I . . . . . . . . . . . . -.2 z . , : ' 1 " 1 . ' '. . : . , . 1 'V 2, a 1 'si ILl'lgIlICCI'lllg, IRIL, AIEIL, NSPIL OLGA VASKOV ..... I-'inc Arts, Mirage-Art Ed. ADARGELIA VELEZ . . Business Ad JOE WADLINGTON . Engineering THERESA WAGNER .... Business All. Kappa Alpha Theta R. J. WAl.l'0I.E . . Arts K Sciences, Sigma Chi RALPI-I WALTHER Engineering, AIEE DAVID WARD . .... . Business Ad, Phi Della Theta JIM WARNE ......, Engineering, Della Sigma Phi . Las Cruces Albuquerque Albuquerque . Oklahoma Santa Rosa New Jersey Albuquerque . Arizona 69 I CARROLLYN WILLIAMS ........ . . Texas Arts Sc Sciences, Pi Beta Phi-Pres., Rally Com, Student Court DENNY WILLIS ........ . . . Albuquerque Business Ad, Kappa Sigma BETTY JEAN WILSON . . Santa Fe Education Doug and Joan Florance join Jack Ryan for "coffee hour." 70 ALBERT WEINER ................. California Engineering, Newman Club, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau, Khatztli MARSHALL WEINGARDEN ........... . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences JOYCA WELCH ...... . . Lovington Business Ad, Phi Gamma Nu ROBERT XVELLS ....,.......... . Albuquerque Arts Sc Sciences, Townsmen, Student Senate, Young Republican, USCF KENT WERNER ................. Albuquerque Business Ad, Lambda Chi Alpha JOHN WHALEN ....... . . New Jersey Business Ad, Tau Kappa Epsilon JACK WHENRY .... . Albuquerque Arcs X: Sciences, BSU DAVID WHITE . . . Albuquerque Arts Sc Sciences V ELMER WHITE ......... . ..,... . Florida Engineering, Sigma Tau, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, NSPE, ARBA JOHN WHITE . . California Education ROBERT YVICKHAM . . . Albuquerque Engineering JOHN WILLETT ...,.. . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Geology Club .4 NEII. WIl.SON . . Fine Arts SPENCER WII.SON .......... Arts lk Sciences, Siglna Chi, Wardrooin Society DALE WIPSON ............. Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Mu Epsilon, NSPE NOMA WOLF . Education Albuquerque Albuquerque . Michigan Sigma Tau, . South Dakota LEONARD WOOD . . Albuquerque Engineering, IRE CAROLINE WOODS .... . . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, I'i Beta Phi NANCY WOODWORTII . . , Albuquerque Arts lk Sciences, Town Club WAYNE WOODWORTI-I. . . Indiana Arts 8: Sciences BARBARA VVOODY ......,.... Albuquerque Arts K Sciences, Phi Sigma, Spurs, Boots ik Saddles, Ski Club, Cosmopolitan Club JOI-IN WRICI-IT . . Illinois Engineering SEIKIII YANO. . . California Engineering FRANCES YELONEK .... . Albuquerque Education, Alpha Chi Omega PAT YENNEY ....... . Albuquerque Arts ll: Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi DONALD YOUNG ...... . Albuquerque Arts Pk Sciences JAMES K ZARTMAN . . Albuquerque Arts lk Sciences RICHARD ZEMIIKE ..... . Albuquerque Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon LEO I.. BARROW .............. Clovis Arts tk Sciences, Phi Sigma Iota, Phi Delta Kappa, Young Democrats, BSU BILL BAGGETT . . . Albuquerque Arts lk Sciences ROENA MASON . . . Indiana Arts Sc Sciences A MU JOHN ARCHIBEQUE ELBERT G. BARNHART FRANCIS BENTZEN HARRY BERG HOWARD BOLTON EUGENE BOX ALFRED CHAVEZ CHI-LU CHEN KARLE CLARKE ALFRED CORDUM DANIEL DENEFF PAT DICKSON JEAN DUBOIS ALON7O ELLIOTT ROBERT FICGF JOE GONLALES SONIA BOGIN HAAS CHARLES I-IARRINGTON am, 741 Viv, uv' V www- : Q 3 ht E, rm- , kv lildgifg 'iw ? J?-'F"2""V"l W-W1 2 1-HH W 72 Wm Q FV? WL, . . , 4 , . ' I A l ui. IL: I 4. WL. L. i ...,.. ,, L, ,Q " N, .. . , 'fu-'Q -:MS A . . 21 1" is cg. JH -- 213-2 f'-::"',,:ff,EW-,.a,:,:,:gig, E'i?'-1:1 .... - ,v.1-' ,Ei .'.--5.-le af" ., aiu: ' 1 si gg 1 .......,. Q f i rt 22, '21-N Q 1 ... ' 5.521 hw:-'f 'Ji ' -": . n o.. U? K A "' wi- ' ff ,f ,Q X fy . .M .... , af X ,, .,..., .. A ,, 1 ............ .........., N ' ,..,. . ....,...... xv .5 , , CHENG H. nsmr-I Tnox' KEMPER JEROME Lnvv cHAn1..Es L. LONG JOHN 1.ooruNc:m1.l. 11111, LOVE-IOY wn.1.1AM I.. LUCK 11. w11,soN MAGI.ID'l' MITCHELL MEDARE JAMES Nunn' L. wAL1'ma ox.soN GEORGE OLTMAN QE' ,A ..,.... W! PAUL PELIOQUIN FERMINIO PEREA LUCILLE RA'l"l.IFF PAUL SHODAL GERARD WATIEZ REGGIE ZANE I 1 N 11 :sv - f if " E3 .wk L! , , Y :mmm I -A I 5 ,iw .- 2 :Lim , 5 M ja Qxiwinakkggi Maw., QM eff , -' - A , - Y .X wiv . ' ii Ein ' .S ,,,,,w, H Z! X ' . z x .-Q :g , ff-cgi, y :vt U ' - 'R X 'L g ,QV A V, .1 K 2 AJ, J i .-. , ,i A Y- 5' E dm x Ai , ' I , QI 2',', Q-:,:-,six 5 Mm 6 . f'1g"f -1. ,, Q., .. u ,.. . ' W, ,..- .- ..,.....i x J. ......., V 1 -...........m 53 -..ww , . ' ' ' . lg' ' - ba. - '- ' fwarnvf-Fe'S,a-wfwcl A A el- '!-'w5'2"l f-'r.f2'sMMsw " . :mzaix ..-.qu-Nm.-....-W... m....-..m.v4m1sua.-4-.A-N. NNNWAX 'Mm-M"-vv-vtvi-C-Egfxs A alaska-.-9... ..... ...Q .www - ' 73 H fu im emma WWA 74 ...ax if 3 www Q Ms i M. T. BOUCI-IER JOI-IN E. BROVVN HOMER BUCHANAN S. ll. CAMPOS CHARLES CHAVEZ JOHN v. COAN Imnvlzv :ANGEL D. E. FLORANCE MANUEL GARCIA GLEN HOUSTON EDNVARD PARHAM LAWRENCE PRENTICE JAMES RITCHIE RUBEN RODIUQUEZ FRANK WESTERFIELD R. L. WHITE ' " A . 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Rmr: Donulll Anderson, lamuzg Charles Archibaxlml, ,msg G. Lee Armstrong, ,msg Pat Baird, 1cnUf:: Marian Bzirrcrus, xanufz: Leon Baunlgarlner, ENGR: liiclunnnml llnwunh, PIIARMQ Louclln licgziy, iamuz Tlzird Iimv: jerry Bcllncr, uns .-mg Evzulglin Bcnncu, liuucz: Arthur Bcmslcin, uus An: Ralph Birkclo, nUs An: Put Bloom, xenuc: Joe Boclming, ENGR: Kcnnclh llollin, IKUS An: Phil Bowhuy, Ruin: ll Q bl -. , 24 First Rom: Blllly jean Bourbonin, 1znU1:: Corbelc Bridges, EDUC: Bernard Brown, Asks: Billy D. Brown, BUS An: Marshall Brown, EDUC: Mary E, Burke, Ass: W. V. llullcr, mls An: Viola Briggs, xcnuc: Surmnl Rum: Glenn Cumphcll, Imran: Hurburx Campbell, lCNGll,' john Cznnpbcll, ARS: Dunford Clark, GRN, Harold Clark, EDUC: Clifford Crader, ENGR: llainiul Cmmolly, Imran: Phyllis Cooney, mmf: 'l'hird Row: Burton Corbus, Mus: Catherine Cornell, EDUC: Dudley Cornell, ENGR: Bruce Corycll, Bus. AD: Jenn Cowles, EDUC: Jacqueline Cox, Alas: Roger Cox, xanuc: Carl Crawford, Euuc 75 v RJ First Row: Alfred Crow, Bus AD: Sara jane Olen Dansby, 1-HARMQ XVIU. Mensah Dapaa, ARS. Second Row: Dan Darrow, mrs Ang Darrell Gene DcDea, Bus Ang Donald DeVere, EDUC Davidson, IQNGIL: Wayne Davidson i 'wi Cndabac, EDUC: Rita Cummins, EDUC: Betty Cunningham, EDUC: William Currie, FA: Betty Dailey, M.-sg , ENGR: Allyn Davis, ARS: Ruth Ann Davis, IiUlICj Robert Dcllolt, ENGR: Third Row: Peggic Dismnke, EDUC, Judith Disney, BUS Ang JoAnn Drake, EIIUCQ Linda Duckworth, ,msg M, A. Dunaway, nus An: Pat Dnnigan, mas: Robert Elder, Bus AD: Floyd Emanuel, A8aS M V - .... , l -3 -z,f:t,..t-LN 7' .- 1 IQ .X 5 'f I" - -.f 3 1 .' 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Gilbert Fitzgerald, ,msg Paul Franco, EIlUCj ircia, Mus: Nancy Cass, Enucg Charles Gay, 1-:Nmap Dena Gclfman, AB:S1 Bill ENGR: Mike Gormley, ,msg Barbara Goss, Aasp Loycc Gossage, xanucg lust Row Rogu fJlLl.ll, Ms, lllllllll Cllllllll 1-11111 CI111 f:l0ll'l FA Peggy Glove, BUS AD Helen Gll7CllS, LDUC rll0I!1dS H.11l, EDUC Phoebe Il.11pu Mas Sally ll1111bo11 111UC Suomi Row Doxolhy lI'1wk1nQ 111Ur jnncs Heath, 1sUs AD lWZlIjOl'1C Helpcx, Ass, Joseph Herrera, EDUC, James Hester, mics, Pu H1ghleyman, A845 Ellen Il1ll, Ms Hugh H1lIc.1ry, rrwk Fhud Row Cungc Hobbes, Ass l1L11 Hopkins, 1.DUc, H E Houston, ENGR, Hwrold Huber YA Allen Hubxuger, 1:Nc14, Mmry Huenfeld, Asus AlllllC!V llulutc, 11Us ,111 Donald Ilumu, 13Us AD mr 1 1"1dr -44 4 ,,..- ,. L -Ma N.-.3W.,,,.i eeuiswgsvwer sl gf A 1 '7W9Ty 1 '1L1322,.2+1 r ' R' rx. , mm: 1 iam iff H5825 1 ...iff J 1 Le. I '-sl-H1 we Pfam im Q M wa. 4. Q ludua 'kdriiszbhueszsfl 1 :Qi i,k V5 Fri 114 mm Q -14 I Nm, 9 0 av Y Wx ' ,kumar-Sw? 'fp '-M I ig 2 4 -Gffekfwk 7 1: : -' :':': ,"' ,t TQ :'1 " ., 3 f ' 3 .' f 3' ' " 1 , . . U, ,--: In .Z --'. I 5 I ."' : ' '. " ., 5 :Q : ' 3 " ' ' -' ' ' ' . ' 2 1 . . ' , . ' .. l . ., . , , ? "T1'T'i' '?- i' -L 14' 32 sf, 75' -" Ii J' ' "l' 1 '11 6-.""""""'-Q3 '-Lf' 'fl' .Iii--2' 9-ai Lia, 'fl 3 2" fd! 1. 1 . , '- N- -' .el 1 'D ' .0 U fi yn 1:1 1. 'f'l""' 1 ' I-.xl as-2:1 I 1111... 1-111:11 gi. wg ,il M --: gn' '- yu - :ff !:- 55 ,' 'f':21",'.1f--2' LF' A ffifow' 'W 'ywvw--111' LF fx :41':::-:LH 1 15: .':'er:- l r lg, HSE!" 11. .-... 1-'1 2, Y. l ,VJ 1-.-ma..-.-ENV I' 1.. .... E Q gi , '1"' ml.. in 5, 51,5 wr' " fu, Bsa11.a:s:s:1Qezza f - f 1' 111 1- , . Ej 1, ff: ' 1 First Row: Marilyn I-I11Lcl1i11s, IEIIUCQ RoberL Hyland, AAS: John Ice, ENGR: Mack lngle, ENGR, Max Jernigan, ENGR: Rex Jernigan, A8:SQ J0.AIlllJOl1l'lS0!'l, nouc: W. Murshcl jones, ENGR Second Row: Marlin jones, 1'11Ak111g Fr:111ccs jordan, EDUC, William Kaiser, EDUC' john Keefe, mg Gus Keene, FA: Carol Kern, EDUC: james King, 1-11A1c1x1: Willis Kissclburg, nus AD Third Row: Rudy Klci11schmid1. 11Us An: Dorcas Knudscn, Alas: Helen Kohr, Ass: Charles Lake, ENGR: Richard Lawrence, A3cS1 Pat LeFevre, ,msg David Leonard, uuuc: john Lewis, 1:11011 77 I I 1 First Row: Grant Logan, rinucg joruye Losh, iwucg jesse Lunsford, ENGR: Jeanne Mzircliand, isuucg Yvonne Marko, IZlJUCj Phillip Martinez, ,msg Bur' barn Mznkin, FA, john Muvromulis, ENGR Second Row: jamie May, isnucg Sharon McBride,- lmueg Paul RICCZIIIICIH, Asfs, Teri McCunna, FA: Lois McClcskey, uus Ang Frank McMinn, Bus Ang Joann McNay, Bus An: jack Mellon, EDUC Third Row: Lawrence Mennsco, ENGR, Harold Mercer, EDUC: Colleen Messick, FA: Roberr Meyer, rms Aug Blll'iJil1'11 Michaels, iinucg Marguerite Micra. FAQ Pete iNIil'l11iCl.ll, uns ,wg james Mirchell, ENGR K' ,. ,...., ,.,,fMw...s..... s:.f,sa.:-wemrz., E:-is lm:.- Lg,-.55 mfr-L-wfem :.: :::.. .fg,:,:- fag:-:E :,:s,.r:2- .1 q5:.:.:. ..4' 21 in-rw ..- 4 if s vi- :if-1 ,f Lib'- Q l First Row: Darlene Moore, nos ,wg I-Iorucc Morris, unucg james Morris, EDUC, Ray Nelhers, 1eNGil3 Louis Nickos, Ixus Ang -lounn Nicks, EDUCQ Robert. Norfleet, AIQSQ Max Odendalil, rms Second Row: Chris Ogaz, Euucg Donna Olewiler, mp Margaret Park, Enucg Henry Parkinson, nnucg jim Parsons, ,msg Marion Pearce, IQNGRQ E. W. Pierce, Bus Aug jim Pinkerron, Ass Third Row: Ernest Pogue, ENGR: Richard Powers, .-msg James Pulte, Ass: joan Quist, mg Georgina Radosevich, Axcsg Ralph Rainey, ENGR2 Joyce Rakcstraw, EDUC, Mary Ann Ramos, EDUC 78 9 First Row: Clhris Randolph, ,msg Don Ratcllll, Ixus Ang Richard Reed, ENGR, David L. Reynolds, ENGR, jerry Rhodes, ,msg Nancy Rhodes, FAj Ron Rhodes, IXUS Aug Gayle Rice, I-'A Second Rum: R. L. Riddle, I-Inuit: Marie Rindfuss, mg Robert Ruseen, EDUC, Richard Rounds, ,msg Annabelle Sanchez, ,msg john W. Schnedar, Isus ,mg Chzirles Scoll, IiNcIzg jilllll!S Scruggs, ,ues Tliirrl Rum: David Segal, Ixus ,mp Pauline Sekavec, EDUC: Carolyn Serzlcr, Islmucg james P. SikCIl, ,msg Eleanor Silbo, EDUC, joan L, SiIIIs, ,msg Ed Sinilh, Iauung Noel Sorrell, Iiuuc 1'- Nl-' I I . I I rr - 1, -' A ' A I A - 1 T N ' Qs , " , ,M ff NT 4 'V , W G ff J I ' N M. , ,Ia I f J , 2-I far g - A 1 , 31.16. ,. . I-. First Ruin: Salle Stark, Icnufzg R. j. Spahr, mon: Larry C. Stone, ,msg Roberr I-l. Stuart, ,msg Mary Louise Stubbs, mme, Sue Sutton, .msg Wilma Tapp, I-'AZ john 'l,lllll, Ixus Au' Serum! Iinzu: llelsy 'fllOlllflS, EDUC, Melba Tlioinpson, EDUC: Terry Thomson, ,msg Sally Trangnlar, EDUCj jean Troxel, ,msg james C. Tucker, ENGR, Albert Ullon, ,msg joyce Van Avery, Mrs, Third Row: Mac Vernon, ,msg Marilyn Wagner, As,sg james C. Walker, Prlfxlmg james R. Walker, Bus ,wg Bob Wareham, Bus Ang Raymond L. Warren, EDUC: Marilyn Watkins, IXUS Aug Barbara Weaver, Bus AD 79 af .I gf First Row: J. V. Westaway, Bus ADL Kay Westfall, Bus An: Georgia White, Bus Ang Barbara Williams, EDUCQ Doris G. Williams, ianucg Gccsta Wil- liams, Bus Ang Joyce Williams, PHARMQ Arthur A. Willis, jr., Bus AD Second Row: Marilyn Willils, EDUC, Bernice Wilson, FA: Pat Wilson, Euucg Bill Winlcrbottom, ,msg Luz Wong, ,msg James Wood, PHARM Third Row: jim Woodman, ALS, Pat Yarbo, Ass: Barbara Zander, Bus AD -' ' ,rw-Q r :w:.mf:-- sz 1: ca ff , .-,: -ff. v- ,. ,, .... . ,ral ' . , - .grf . . .. , ,,.. -ir, ,,.. ,X , ,. , , I. 1 . . ., . , 1-V ..1.,:,.m .... fs:-g,.,f , 1 ,.,g .5 aa , 5 3'-11' , , 1, .V :pw ,s .-ge v . -- ' , ,xy r 1..,,:..1::i..- ,.1 mv. -...basil 1 Lf .- 1 , . . : . ' 1 . 11' ,M -I :iw 1 -,ff W.. 2-I ., fi' 151 ' .1 . ' . . v ' ..... 'Z L "2 ' f J ' ,-, . -1- Af 'nl V I .Zi l 5 5 ' ' ,. 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I, WA First Hom: Holly Adler, Asus: Bobbie Allyn, l-'AQ Martha Ango, FA: Barbara Anthes, Euncg Alvin Arnold, GEN: Rebecca Avulos, EDUC: Thomas Avery, GEN: lvlnrgzirer. Avis, AMS. Scronzl Row: Pzinline Bzxezx, EDUC: Claire Balling, GEN: Carolyn Benton, AAS: Marty Beverstock, Mis: Peter Biddle, ENGR: Marion Blender, Ennc: Barry lllylhe, Bus Ang William Bonn, EDUC. Third Row: Roger VV. Boe, Ass: Phyllis Bongarcl, EDUC, Gladys Botwinis, A8453 Tom lloyd, mes: l-larry Bl'2lllllSlClll, ,msg Fred Brian, Aks: Vivian Bromberg. GEN: Marietta Brown, FA. Ifirxl Kimi: lf. l.. Browning, PIIARMI Beverly Bruhn, iauncg Burdine Brush, ,msg Henry Bumkcns, GEN: KciLh Blll'ChZ1lll, ENGR: Phyllis Burk, FA: Louie Burleson, Ars: 'l'onnny Burns, AES. Second Raw: joel Burr, ,msg Roger Byrnes, Exon, Del Calhoun, Exon, Mary joe Calloway, Bus Au: Tod Carleton, nus Ang Kulh Carmel, EDUC: Gilbert Carroll, GEN: Frank Carter, aus An. Third Row: Ben Case, Axis: Gloria Castillo, FA: 1. J. Castillo, FAQ Isabel Cella, mg Belly Chamberlain, zuucg Randall E. Charles, can, Mary Chauvcnec, Enucg Linda Chess, Asfs. 81 First Row: Hugh Church, Ass: Betty jane Corn, EDUC: Mary Ethel Cousland, EDUC: Helen Cox, EDUC: Terry Craig, Asfs: Letitia Creveling, Asrs: Ken Current, ENGR: Wayne Davidson, GEN. Second Row: Arden Davis, GEN: Diane L. Davis, EDUC: Pat Davis, .-xsrs: Sally DeGroot, GEN: Beth Dickey, Ass: jean Douglass, Axes: jo Ann Drake, EDUC: Don Ducoff, ENGR. Third Row: Carole Dyson, Ass: Ormonde Earp, ENGR: jack Eaton, sus Au: Robert Edmon- son, Axes: jack Enns, Pxmxuu: john Etcheverry, GEN: john A. Farris, ENGR: jean Feak, Bus AD. ff!" 5592 V. ..., 1 1-fa" T3 -V: V ' ' - .. , - f ,-ig,-V-'--1 -- --fv - ....a..,,..,aG..x.-fast! - V 1. ,.,.. , ,. . ,. . V , , . Y H -f , F' le?" Sei i!iuNf.'Tzzms..,- if-4" f , W -5:15 itz. f'-2.11-,,t1..iQ: :ja -- ,,., w 1,-5,--ff "", -1 1. . 2,1 :Eg sr.: ,fm-M -- ,JI 93, vs., 3 , ..,. ,... :, ,M . ,,,,. , ,. F..-2 3.4 ,V .. ..,. - ,,,,. , If V , 'V . ,,,v ., i , . W, ,, ...t.....-A,I Q , V , .4 ii? 1355 pai lg I., i-- "3 4. ,. 1 , .,, I 1 .-Q: Et: Y- ,-ynf.,..:' are iff Liu f-:gg --"- ,W .5 Vs? . ..., , Q1 ig- W l -. ,I 3-72 5 ff '. 'i-M ---- 1 15,4 ary: vi rel 53, I :fffsf Nil Ffrzfv-,ffsrtij ,Q - ez-Q .,,, 1 'im Piiw- pf' f,'l,..-.,,1-M :wa 6-'....-:gsm '1 is M .,... ,.,. , ... " .,.,. 1: " ' ' ' .4 'P if N,,v il- ., ...L3El..L..v First Row: Robert Fenn, mfs: Jerome Firsty, Bus An: Barbara jo Fisher, EDUC: jay Fisher, EDUC: Edward Fitzgerald, Bus Aug Pat Fleck, Asts: Ruth Fleming, GEN: Judy Ford, Axes. Second Row: James I. Fricke, ENGR: Carol Francis, EDUC: Harriett Frost, EA: Robert Gates, ENGR: Norman Genta, EDUC: jo Margaret Gore, EA: Sue Gray, Bus An: Robert Grinslade, GEN. Third Row: Miriam Griswold, Mrs: Frank Gruver, Ass: Shari Gutman, Aafs: john Hale, PHARM: Betty Hall, Aus: Diane Hallbeck, EDUC: Carla Halverson, Bus An: Margaret Hamilton, Ass. 82 'Q- ' w. - ff ... ' , .,,. I 1,,w 1 . ,..f ' ' w? , 1 A-, -Lg., , K -i '91 H 'ai'-' F 5 '15 ig L 'L ' 1-If zf ' .,i,,:EQ 1 . Hilf..'if1:-, . ' gh f 3 V -My '-Wen. ,U . FJ 'J' .4 -QQ! P'W T :lm Q J, ' ll I '- - ' f1i-4s,'- ff .--gli, jg owl 1, iii . I, :Q-E , .- .M N "ZZ an 1551.5 .,, If J -. Z gi 1"'t- 1 'K .iff . 1?- . X "Hr :M 21 4 I iv' W ,R Y 'Jw is - f ' I ,ggi V1 ' 1 is? 'ff . A wg X," F. I ,... '-f i ,E 1 ' M vrb v-4,' 'gav- K - in , ,. ,. 1: il, ,.. 21' Z 12. 4. ,Av x, VK: VF' gr T9 A " 15' Mfr HQ First Row: Peter Martinez, ,msg jerry Matkins, ,msg Wayne Maxwell, ENGR: Ross McCa1listcr, ENGR: joan McCoy, A8:Sj W. L. McCravey, nus ADL Betsy McCullough, Eoucg Cameron McKenzie, Axis. Second Row: Barbara McLean, mg Jacque Miller, mg jean Miller, ,msg Milsuteru Miyuki, GEN, C. G. Monroe, cENg Greta Moody, AkSQ Murl Moore, ENGRQ Walter Morgan, GEN. Tlzird Row: Palsy Morrow, EDUC: Don Morse. Bus Aug Kay Mosher, GENQ Eunice Mullin, A8452 Yoshio Nakato, GEN, Herb Nations, EDUC, Nancy Nesbitt, GEN: Bill Nufcr, GEN. 5,-t First Raw: Janice Nusbaum, AH:Sj Choko Obama, ,msg jack O'Rourke, ENGR, Mariana Osuna, ,msg Clinton Parker, ENGR: Shirley Paul, ,msg jackie Perkinson, Enucg Dorothy Peters, Enuc. Second Row: Clilford Pirkle, Pnmmg james Pruett, P1-mxmg Theodore Raff, ENGR: Carol Ramsey, ,msg Dick Ransom, A8eS1 Margaret Reese, .Asfsg Bobbie Richards, Assy Merrie Richardson, Axis. Third Row: Harriet Riebe, FA: james Riggs, aus Ang Romaine Roche, Ass: Stewart Rose, Mrs: Mary Russell, ,msg Connie Sanchez, Ascsg William Sanford, ENGug Fred Schiavo, PHARM. 84 41 rznucg Bill Seeseg PHARMQ Paul Seward, anucg George Shaffer, Bus An: Norma Shockey, EDUC: Mary Ellen Smith, FA: Olivia Smith, Ares: Richard E. Smit.h, mrs Ang Kay Snell, A3:SQ Shirley Alan Springstead, Entra. Third Row: Kay Staner, nnucg Marion Stedman, tanucg Wilfred Stedman, ARS: Thomas Stephens, ctw: Boh Stiff, unucg Glenn Stoller, BUS An: Amos Stone, Ewan, Carol Stone, cm. First Row: Suzanne Schmidt, Enucg Marjorie Scott, Viola Sierra, Ales: Donnie Silbo, Mrs. Second Row: Snyder, Arts: Connie Sotcl, A8cS1 Patty Springer, awp ffl I "" 5 .ti Y at 'Q' . .4 " ' F ,' -if X . ' .. ,ff ....... .... ,Q :tr - :f f3"f1iL. "IL " - e- I + ...,., . , ., '11 5 gr Q rib ' if M.-.t l n 'ny 'L , iii if We .f 1 , ,ff First Row: june Stratton, Enttc: Dec Strickland, rag Dorothy Swain, EDUC: Gloria Tubacchi, AES: Mildred Tarpley, Enucg joe Timbrook, FA: Bill Thompson, Ales: Judi Thompson, Enuc. Second Row: George T hum, ENGR: March Townsend, EDUC: Robert Tresner, Bus any john Usry, ENGR, Jerry Vcrklcr, ,msg Barbara Voss, aus An: Weldon Yarbro, GEN: Marie York, ra: Third Row: Margaret Wang, EDUC: H. Warrington, .msg John Watson, GEN: Charles Webster, :nts ,mg Bill Werrell, Bus An: Richard West, GEN: Zana Wheeler, ans, Art White, AES. 85 Robert White, AlhSQ David Williams, GEN, Malcolm Williams, Asfs: jean Wilson, FA: Marvin Witcher, nus AD: Alice Woodward, A845 Barbara Wright, Enuc. 86 First Row: Norma Albers, EDUC: Alan Aldous, 1'HARMg Eulalie Allen, FAI Carole Anderson, FA: Margaret Ange, A851 Ida Archuleta, GENQ Juanita Arunijo, mme, Victor Arnold, GEN. Second Row: Perl Lee Arnsmeyer, PHARMI Russell Ashby, Arts: Arthur Asper, Bus ADI Lincoln Aston, ENGR: Virginia Avis, Ants: Ernest Baca, ENGR: Viola Bam, ,msg Frank Bachicha, mls An. Third Row: Sue Ball, Bus Ang Irene Barber, A8eSJ Frank Barking, I-:Nong Bill Barringer, mesg Mildred Bntson, CEN: Ennni Baum, GEN: Gary Beals, Bus Ang Joanna Beeken, FA. , XX wr lfirsi Rom: George Bellcr, Ixus Ang Elizabeth Bennett, Asks: Duane Benton, omg Harry Birkelo, Bus Ang Carolyn Blagg, Ass: Virgil Boatright, Aafsg Martha Brown, mg Adele Brown, Im. Srzmml Row: Robert Buchan, Axes: Julanne Brennecke, sus AD, Felix Briones, Bus AD, Barbara Brown, FA: Beverly Brown, ,msg james Brown, nus Ang Ralph Brown, ENGR: Trudy Brown, EDUC. Third Raw: james Bruening, Asfsg Herbert Brunell, ENGR: Mary Thelma Bryant, ianucp Erin Buchanan, xanucg Robert Burns, mucp David Burton, ENGR: Elaine Bush, Asks: jo Businger, Arts. 87 Firsl Raw: Delmar lislilcxnam, mfs ,ing Clay Evans, PIIARMQ Rita Fackenthall, GEN: Margaret Faris, rms: Mary Louise Penn, GEN: Herbert Fernandez, I-:N-'cuz William R, Fisher, ,msg jznnes Ford, mls An. Samuel Roni: Peggy Forsman, FA: Dave Former, Bus An: Myrna Foster, FA: Joyce Fryar, EDUC: Irene lfnlgenzi, Ms: Morne Galmrl, mp Mary I-Iclen Garcia, EDUC: William Gardner, Ales. Tlzirrl Row: Beverly Garmoncl, Axis: jim Garretson, 1-ivan: Rielnml Celia. mfs an: jnanila Gcer, .msg Molly Gilcrcnsc, EDUC: Grctzr Coosman, Ams: Mimis Gonrgouris, ENGR: R. Douglas Grant, ENGR. l"ir.vl Row: jam: Green. mix: john Greenwald, ENGR: Palsy Gricgo, EDUC: Louise Grimes, EDUC: Esta Grissom, ENGR: Allan Gruer, ,msg Y-Villiam Hale, 1'll,xn:n: joe Hull, limzu. S!?l'Hll!l Rom: Suzanne I-Iall, Mrs: john Harris, MLS: Evangeline Hawk, EDUC: Carole Heath, Ass: Dan Hensley, ENGR: Lottie Mac Henson, mme: joe Filimon I-lernanclcz, vlmlm: Louis I-Iilrlerbrzmd, ENGR. Third Row: William Hobbes, nus Ang Kent Hoffman, Bus AD: Andrey Hofstead, Ennn: Larry I--log-efe, cm: Alccnc Hohlier, x-'A: Don Hollis, 1-UARM: Blanche Holmes, A8:Sf Gayle Hopkins, ARS. 89 First Row: judy Hubbard, EDUC: Sally Hulbert, ,msg Muriel Hunt, EA: Marywill Hunter, ,msg Lola Israel, Mes, ENGR: B. D. johnson, ENGR, Scronrl Row: Mary E. johnson, EDUCJ Mary O. johnson, ,msg William jones, GENQ 1'HARMg Samuel Lee Kakcr, sus Ang Charles Kalbach, Bus Ang Laura Kapschul1,FA. Third Row: Carol Keith, ARS: Lucille Kempers, A8:Sj jerry Kent, :sus AD: Pauline King, A8152 Theodore Kittell, Bus ADI Marcia Klein, Enuc. David jackson, GEN, William Jarman, Roberta Jordan, FA: Donald Joyner, cEN: W. B. Kelcher, Mrs: Nancy Keller, Fin-t Row: Pat Kleinhein, EDUC: Carolyn Kloss, Enucg La Roy Knott, ENGR: Kuykendall, EDUC, K. Tom Laird, PHARM. Second Row: Linda Landrum, FA lett, mann, Bill L. Lee, GEN, Bob Lee, Bus Ang Chuck Lee, Bus An. Third Lopez, Ass, Adrienne Lord, ,msg Edward Loucks, ENGR: Richard Lovelace, 90 Bob Koontz, Bus An: Bill Kunkel, Ass: Danna Kusianovich, .msg Mary : Eileen Larsen, Amsg Parry Larsen, GEN: Dick Lauderdale, CEN: john Lavef Row: james Lett, PHARMQ Dorothy Lewis, EDUC: Bob Lingle, ARS, Andrew ENGR: jan Loveland, A8:S. First Row: Glenn Lowry, liDUCj john Lucas, GEN: Bruce Lnedke, ENGR: David Maclean, Bus ,mg Robert Maddox, ENGR: Carol Madsen, EA: joseph Mr-ngoni, mrs Ang Naomi Martinez, Aims. Second Row: Miyasato Masakuni, Enuc: Vicky Mason, A8:S1 Carter Mathies, ENGR: Winnifred Matthews, Axes: jack McClelland, ENGR: Willie Dee McCloud, rt-MRM, Ann McCollum, Asfs: Marian McCollum, Axes. Third Row: Jack McConnell, ENGR: james T. Mcllarlnn, Erica: Mildred McKnight, aus Ang Charles D. Meng, ENGR: Katherine Metzler, Ass: Marie jo Miera, EA: Barbara Mills, nus Ang Barbara Mitchell, Enuc. - First Row: Dili Mitchell, FA: I. Newton Mitchell, Bus Ang Charles Mohr, Bus Ang Solomon Montoya, A8:SQ john Morrison, Asfsg jack Mulcahy, Bus An: William Munn, ENGR: june Northrop, mas. Second Raw: Beverly Ochterbeck, EDUCQ Billy Oldfield, ENGR: Johnny Oliver, ENGR: Vera L. Olson, EDUC: Terry O'Neal, GEN, Coradene Page, GEN: Patricia Patrick, Asus: Hal Patton, ENGR. Third Raw: Roland Payne, Mrs: Gary Pendleton, A8:Sj Virginia Ann Perino, aus An: Margaret Perca, nus Aug Shirley Platt, mes: Janice Plummer, aus AD, Robert I-I. Potts, PHARMQ Wilbur Preston, AkS. 91 S L First Row: Mary Price, GEN, Temple Price, GEN, Lois Purinton, EDUC, Gordon Rnirdin, mes: Benny Ramsey, Ares: Carolyn Ramsey, Axes: Shirley Reese, GEN, Eugene Reeves, mis An. Sec-mul Row: Ronnie Rhoades, Bus Ang Steve Rich, ,msg Carolyn Ritchie, nnucg George Rixey, ENGR: Jerry Roberts, ENGR: Oleta Lou Roberts, FAQ John Robertson, Mes: Bcrnube Romero, A8:S. Tlzirfi Row: Larry Ross, I'llARlNIC Carmen Roth, mmap Marilyn Rundlc, Mes: Don Russell, ENGR, Edith Rutlicrforcl, mos, Margaret Rutz, Euucg Joe Saiz, mls An: Masao Snkumolo, ENGR. First Row: Shirlie Salvage, FA: Mary Louise Sanders, .msg Dolores Scarlett, my Clark Schafiner, ENGR, Joyce Sclmeider, Astsg Bob Schumacher, sus Ang H. L. Sears, GEN: Celia Serrano, nos AD. Second Row: Mart Scwis, cm: Nancy Shell, my Sydnie Shields, Enucg Donald Shores, xsoucg Gloria Silva, Asfsg john O. Slaton, .msg Bill Slone, ENGRQ Howard Slutes, A8:S. Third Row: Louis Max Small, ENGR, Rose Ann Smith, Enucg Rick Sneddon, Bus nu: Gordon L. South, ENGR, Sara Spoon, Mes: Allan Sprengcler, Bus ,mg Darleen Springer, Enucg john Stacy, ENGR. 92 ' ' -fi. f , ' I .ip Y . ....5,'s-- 3 gfx, 5. lf'ir.rL Row: Sully Stephens, 1-ui: Fred Stinson, isus An: Damon Strange, ENGR, Martha Sutton, mg jeannette Swillnm, uus Au: Alex Swingle, Bus Ang Fidel Taber, Hman: Roy Tackctt, ENGR. Second Row: Hirue Takaiuiya, Enuc: Wayne D. Tate, ,msg jelenc Taylor, Eouc: Claudette Teel, FA: john Tceter, nus An: Robert Tclit, Pnmuu: john E. Terrell, ENGR: Peggy Testxnan, GEN. Third Row: Thomas Mueller, mick: Dorothy Thornton, GEN: Doug Tinglcy, mow.: jonel 'l'insun, Asus: Ruth Tondre, Ass: Wanda Tourney, Euuc: Lawrence Tretbar, Axes: Celanir Trujillo, Bus AD. l"ir.rt Row: Wayne Tucker, ENGR: Kenneth Tyson, Bus An: Helen Ulivarri, mg Carol Ussery, Enucg Coralic Van Doren, Ass: Beverly Venn, EDUC: Don Vertrces, ENGR: Reuben Vigil, rznuc. Second Row: Shirley Ann Vigil, uus ,wg Barham Vrattos, nus AD: R. W. Waggener, Bus Au: Hollis Waldon, Airs: Rosemarcc Warrington, Enuc: Barbara Wegs, FA: Virginia Welnnhoner, Enuc: Donnie Welch, FA. Third Row: Faye Weller, GEN: Bob Werner, ENGR: jean Whittington, GEN: Ethel Williams, xsuuc: Sherman Williams, runnin: Beverly Williamson, Args: Gwen Wilson, FA: jimmy Wilson, Bus AD. 98 5 First Row: joan Winger, EDUC: Marlene Wise, GEN 3 Helen Woodward, Mrs: Sylvia Woodworth EDUCQ Beverly Woolfall, ARS. Second Row: Nancy Polk Woolford, lmucg joan Wootton, A8cS Patricia Wright, ALS: Ryoko Yafuso, Args: Francis Yrisarri, A3cS. 1 'X l Orgazzizafims 4, " "?1'1. , NN 'Q 1 '-':'A-- Qt z 4- N ' -.5 V Y V .bs-. 4 'iq TQ - s . , -, .,- . . 4.- --A X i A 1 4 I 1 '15 JUN IOR CLASS OFFICERS President Bon NORFLEET, center Vice-Presirlent: BARBARA Goss, right Secretary-Treasm-er.' JEAN Tnoxnr., left , .J ' 5.1 J' Bm ' V. wks F Ef'5,'i"LW .,.- ,I . ., ,,. A . Q - J 91 A Above: SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President: JOHN JASPER, right Vice-President: Bon WHLTE, left Secretary-Trea.surer: BJuusAn,x Jo LEFEMNK, cenlcr -Ti Below: FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President: Fnux Bruoxns, left Vice-President: RONNIE CALKINS, right Secretary-Treasurer: JONEL TINSON, center Student Attoirs Committee Row One: Mrs. Helen Ellis, John Jasper, Elaine Janks, Esther Knight Two: Professor Edwin Snapp, Mary Ellen Smith, Professor Sherman E. SrniLh Row One: jean Kern, Eddie Driscoll, Jackie Cox Row Two: Allan Spitz, jack Ryan, Harold Brock, Ralph Birkelo, Ron Norman, Glen Houslon Student Council 100 L Q i4 t. I 4f'TP'1 :Xi fs n STUDENT COURT. 1.011 In right: Bob Smart, Dick Greenleaf, Carrollyn X'Villia1ns, Sue Ann Stephens S'1'UD1'1N'I' SENATE. Repmselltznivcs of the student body vote on a campus issue. fx'-' f -N 4i'A ..-' '- Professor VV. C. Wag11e1', Letitia Creveling, Assistant Professor M. W. Fleck, Professor Benjamin Sacks, Lyle Painter A Not present: Dan Darrow, Associate Professor Carl Beck Alhlelnc Commlllee 102 L L Culturol Committee One: Asst. Professor James H. Miller, Asst. Professor Virginia B. Sloan, Asst. Professor Morton J. Keston, Instructor Jane Kluckhohn Two: Pat Carroll, Gerald Levine, Joan Tafoya, Professor Sherman E. Smith, Ellen J. Hill, John Large, Mfalter Keller, Tinsy Pino it Isa 103 Y ' X RF t ' Y' "Alf f"1 WASS7 mv' 'WWW' Row One: Asst. Professor E. W. Tedlock, Press Director E. B. Mann, Asst. Professor William H. Huber Row Two: Diane Davis, John Keefe, Dick Leurig, Don Evans Not present: Frances Craig, Professor Charles B, Judah Publications Board .M, . .-Q Sub Commlllee Row One: Elliott Mozee: Rim Cumminsg Eddie Driscoll: Lily Kyle McDonaldg Arley Husk Row Two: jo lNIcMinng Dean Lena C, Clauveg Dean Howard Mathany ? 42 6' l - :SL -' .. Row One: Ed Driscoll, Gene Bostater, Bob Sturtevant, Al Eisenberg, Jack Ryan, Bob Neel Row Two: Chuck Hill, Glen Campbell, Glen Houston, Ron Norman, Bruce Pieters, Bob Norfleet, Don Anderson, Dick Greenleaf OFFICERS Presirlerzl: AL EISENBERG Vice-President: JACK RYAN Secretary: Bois STURTEVANT Treasurc1'.' GENE BOSTATER Khcifoli Khatali is the UNM men's senior honorary composed of outstand- ing junior and senior men who have distinguished themselves in various campus activities as well as scholastically. They usher at all University ball games, select V igilantes, supervise campus elections, and form the honor guard for the I-lomecorning Queen. In addition, Khatali tries to promote and preserve the traditions ofthe school. IF! Morlor Boo rol Mortar Board, national senior won1en's honorary, proposes to promote college loyalty, advance the spirit of service and fellowship among university women, maintain high scholarship, and recognize and encourage leadership. Special hflartiar Board services this year were: directing the election of Home- coming Queen, presenting the animal Hanging of the Greens, holding the Stunt Night program, and giving two teas. one for all junior women with good scholarship, and one for the presidents of campus organizations. From the prohts of Stunt Night, Mortar Board gives a scholarship each year to a foreign woman graduate student. ' Mortar Board also served UNM hy helping with elections and freshman orientation, selling Clonimunity Concert Series tickets, and assisting with the Honors Assembly. OFFICERS President: SHIRLEY FAY I"ice-president FRANCES Claws Secretary.' CAROL KETCHUM Treasurer: JANE LETCHER Row One: Sara Dawn Mitcham, Shirley Fay, Evelyn Schoolcraft, jane Letcher Two: Alice Huston, Ann McNamara, Frances Craig, Gypsy Jo Bennett, Carol Ketchum, Sue Ann Stephens, Joyce Cheetham, Frances Cuxns 2 gf " Q --rl .II th i il Q a Q7 'cz -7 . Y RP - t , A 4 -.ea +- if - N 1 . -Y N67 -s, 9 Q 'fp' ' , 'll 'yt' X, 4 D - ca f 9 Q l 'N 3 v C7 , 'Q' X! - ' 47 ' 1 ' ... 37 ,, F Qi- S J ' '-is. -2 - t :nr Fy. M S, 3 EF' 'VU' 1 1 all 9. 5 ai ' --KJ' ' !l a P A. si- it if K t 'Mt ?y Row One: Alice Woodward, Mariana Osuna, Carla Halverson, Barbara Allyn, Rebecca Garcia, Ruth Carmel, Barbara Jensen, Norma Mnnatt Row Two: Kay Mosher, Miriam Griswold, Patsy Morrow, jo Margaret Gore, Letitia Crcvcling, Carol Ramsey, Barbara jo Lelerink, Carol l-lutlon, Mary Ellen Row Three: Molly Conley, Patty Springer, Mary LaPaz, Pauline Baca, Connie Sanchez, Harriet Riebe, Redondn Moore, Pat Davis, Barbara Voss, Diane Davis Row Four: Dorothy Peters, Margaret Avis, Suzanne Schmidt, Barbara McLean, Betty Hall, Mary Cousland, Suc lzzml, Isabel Celia, March Townsend, lieth OFFICERS Spurs, the sophomore women's honorary, was established to pro- Prm-dem: BETTY HALL mplte schoof- spirit, support all school activities, and to uphold all Vice-presiclent: MARGARET VVANG CO ege trac luons' Secretary: MARY LAPAZ This year the Spurs have sold programs, helped with registration, Treasurer: Hmuuzr Ruins sold Homecoming tickets, and formed a court of honor at the coro- nation of the Homecornin ' Oueen. N1 Spurs have been active on campus in the Student Senate, AWS, the freshman orientation program, and the World Student Service Fund drive. Each year Spurs gives a scholarship to a second semester lreshman woman who has been outstanding in scholarship, leadership, serv- ice, and general campus participation. l Spurs 108 s Vigilontes Vigilantes is an honorary organization ol? sophomore men selected OFFICERS by Khatali, senior l'llCl1,S honorary, on a basis of scholarship and Presitleazl: CAMERoN NICKENZIE extra-curricular activities. The duty of the group is to assist Kha- V iff-1J1'fSeifle11lf DICK RANSOM tali in aiding freshmen men to become acquainted with the tradi- S6f"d""3'f JOHN JASPER tions, rules, and customs of the University, and to encourage extra-curricular participation. Vigilantes are often called upon to perform service in the interest of the school, freshman orientation being a primary example. This year the group gave a western dance for members and their dates. Rom Om-: Alan Springslcnrl, Pete Biddle, Wilfrcil Stedman, john jasper, Lucky Letkenlann, Cameron McKenzie Rom 'l'mu: I-lerh Nations, Del Calhoun, Murl Moore, Bob Stiff, Dick Ransom, Bill Thompson, George Shaffer Row Three: Norman Gcnta, jerry lllllllillhi, Stewart Rose, john Manias, jack Housley, John A. Farris, Bill Seese ... -I Q f R 121259 E L 5. Q J W ly., Sponsor: DEAN HOXVARD V. MATH.-my ,gp V N Y '4. 5' ,X . 5 yr .x rl M W: 7 E .l' h Z r Y Er The University of New Mexico Lobo is tl1e college newspaper run and administered by students. The Lobo, besides keeping the stu- dent body informed about campus and World events, provides a training ground for journalism majors and students interested in practical journalism. Published tri-Weekly, the Lobo published special issues at Home- coming, Fiesta, and Engineers Day. l ,ii . 1-s....,, Left: JACK G1LL Editor, first semester Right: JULIUS GOLDEN Business Manager, fir semester Rob Edmondson gets "ed, toriul advice" from th boys, George Taylor, Juli Golden and jack Gill. me Aaron, second scuicswr lilor, Lukcs over iri Llle L as Linda Gill checks A upy, Ellen Hill gets after hut story, jack lirnm- ngcr waits for inspiration ul jim Pinkerton Loils 'cr Zl slmrp headline. Lobo Linda Gill copyrezlds :1 stoly, oblivious ol' thc anmsemcnt of Hull Babb, joe Aaron and Jim Tucker over llic latest news. N - '29 I.. h ,-1-,' --V .. 'X' t :xiii . n. ' I ULZTL53' - - u X,,Qm A-TIN -C v -.-L Ill The UNM MIRAGE, your yearbook, is of, by, and for the student body. You as a student or faculty member at the University of New Mexico have been a member of the cast in this production. The 1952 MIIIAGE has attempted to portray YOU at work, at play, in every aspect of your life at UNM, Featured in this year's book are a calendar of memorable events that have occurred from July to June, and special sections including sports, organizational activities and campus life shots. We of the staff have striven to make this a book in which you will be proud to have played a part. 112 AQ?" .QQJ X Left' Ruth Ann I Business M 1n'1g Right: Nancy Gass, The organization section headache gets tackled cheerfully UQ by section editor Diane Davi aide-de-camp Elliott Mozee, and Associate Editor Ruth Carmel. lhclnrl Nelson chuks w1Ll1 Bl mclm Holmes on the list of 'lhc two most Vll'11 clementh ol the yexrbook pllotogmphers fxcully Lo by UJllllCll.Kl bnfme mlm dcacllme All Mogull wud Geolge ken concrwst thelr techmque and .lm Olga Vaskov The mclu. nbsoxbs line Ad'1ms SUL Sutton LOIS Purinlon, .u1- A big conference, probably on the slate of world affairs, brings out the T-bird staff in full force. Left to right: jan Loveland, Ray Perovitch, George Taylor, Warren Kie- fer, and Tom Ormsby. 'Q xl: - 1 Left: Warren Kiefer, editor. Above: Ray Perovitch, Business Manager The Thunderbird, having just completed its seventh year, is the youngest of the three UNM publications. Included in this year's two issues were campus pictures, in addition to the student literary contributions. One of the out- standing features of the first T-bird was the prize-winning essay by an Okinawan student at UNM concerning his impressions of America. , -. -.-ffl.-. ,Z Ray Perovitcli, associate editor George Taylor, and Warren Kiefer sort out thc contributions for thc Hrst issue ol the T-bird. Tom Orxnsby collects pictures for his photo section as 'an Loveland aaowoavocovow pfommmmwmmnf criticizes." :ws-5sssws + ' .f .. if it .fs . 115 Front Row: Don Reid, Bill Brown, john Holroyd, jim Hare, john Choycc, T. O. Dunbar, Gene Boslater Second Row: Henry Anderson, Val Kempf, Lee Ivy, Don Ratclilf, jack Chaustcur, Ken Boilln, joe Youknnl, Clnirlic Morris Tap Row: Lamar McKay, Richard Allingcr, Robert Scurtevam, Gerald Waddell, Gene Steinberg. Bob Meyer, Kenneth Mcliown, Ed Shaffer OFFICERS President: Bon NIEYER Vice-president: HENRY Sec1'etm'y: JIM HARE T'l'6dS1L7'61'I LEE Ivy ANDERSON The Beta Tau chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi was installed at UNM in 1947. It is the oldest national professional business fraternity and was founded in New York in 1904. The chapter has two meetings a month and has a professional speaker at the meeting once a month. The fraternity has several social functions each semester, and one initiation banquet and dance. Alpha Koppel Psi A L Alpha Phi Omega Delta Tau Chapter ol' Alphzl Phi Omega was organized at UNM in 1947. The lrztternity serves both the cznnpus :incl the community. During the past year the A Phi O'sl1:1ve engaged in niztny ztftivitics: helping with registration, fresh- nisln orientation, Il benefit Cltristinzls Toy Dance given in conjunction with B. P. O. li., putting up lllllllll1ll'lOS on cznnpus buildings during Homecoming :incl lfiestu, ushering and directing the card stunts ut football gzuncs, and assist- ing in the Cznnpns Chest :incl Heztrt Fund drives. The big social event ol' the full semester was the annual X'Vinter Formal held :it the Albuquerque Country Club in Jllllllilfy. OFFICERS P-resident: LES IQORPELA Vice-president: Room GREEN En CONBOY ELLIOTT MOZEE Secretary: ERNIE Loviz Rum One: Ken llollin, Bill Hobbes, Art Bernstein, Marshall Weingarden, Mickey Toppino, Roger Landon, Bill Alfano Rum 'I'zwo: jmck Gomltnnn, Hill Fcllcrs, Chip Archibald, Fred jortlnn, Elliott Mozcc, John Ulhite, Les Korpeln, Al Mogull Tlircc: jim Thompson, Rnpcrto 'I':1l'oya, jim Wood, Ed Cunboy, Bob Stnrtcvant, Ken Cl11ll11lJCl'lI1lI!, Tyson Ashlock, Dick Allinger, Dave Xvilliams, Jim Walker, Chuck Lake, Bruce Henderson .llll!!l,l.t,i!.ltiill.l1 f . flilill ll ll I Rum Four: Ron Norman, Roger Grccn, Clint Parker, Ron Ruble, jack Kidd, Ernie Love, Sam Bowie Ao l ax. fb. fr I A .1 .V-7, ,Hg Q - . ..- ,F,,:,. .,,. .i,,T, , . . . l l t 117 A+ 2. '- A gli!! Row One: C. Gassoway, T. Sisneros, D. Ong, R. Artley, WV. Fellcrs, F. McCracken, A. Mottola, P. Ciofulo, W. Shurkin, E. lvinrcn Row Two: A. Langill, H. Ford, E. Ackermann, W. Radoslovich, R. George, A, Grohe, Dr. R. L. Ferm. M. Ingle, D. Agnew, C. Watson, M. Pearce, C. Eggeit OFFICERS Preszllent: BILL RADOSLOVICH Secretary: FRANK PEARCE Treasurer: VVALTER SHURKIN Sponsor: RICHARD L. FERM AIChE The University of New Mexico chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers was established in 1947 and granted its charter in 1949. The organization aims to stimulate the interests of all students in the College of Chemical Engineering and to promote their welfare as future members of the profession. At their monthly meetings motion pictures were shown and outside speakers discussed current chemical engineering topics with the members. ASCE The UNM branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers OFFICERS was organized to improve the professional future of its members, President: Scorr Fmzramfm to further exchange of information between men of practical Vice-president: Invme DAv1s science, and to advance the sciences of engineering and architec- S'ff"fffa"3'f JOHN PUCKETY T1'easu1'er: ERNEST HOFFMAN ture in their several branches. Inspection trips about the state and monthly meetings with lec- tures were highlights of the year's activities. Raw One: William H. Benton, Elmer White, Guy R. Beck, john M. Puckett, Scott M. Freeman, Irving M. Davis, john Jimenez, john Cronin Two: James Brooks, Allen Berkheimer, Brad Compton, Ray MacDougall, O. G. Fegan, Jr., Don Kienlen, Jack Heagy, Kent Kaser, Delmar Schmall, Francis C. Burton Louis G. Sleeper. john G. Mavromatis l Three: Dick Kcrnodlc, john Ramsey, Robert Ernst, joe Wudlington, Herb G. Campbell, Reinhold Nagel, Herb Renwick, Richard Johnson, Phil Boyd, John Leverton Elvin Carlson ' ": ,.,...qK,.., 'i ., .H'C '-., Y f, -N. gf E - 33-177-v1-'91-jg -gg :.-. 15 ' ' " 'i ' ' " "' ' 'gk ' - -- 'f ' - .,,' " "T: .-f -L"i,,,,z -. z 1, " 1 L' V v 'gY'f,:f .j,L,i2,-:,.,g- ', up AMW! " um 119 'MA wa -Sk i K ' 'v X.: . . , M 1 'v?T" ,,' it 1-ff, lfff- ,Q A1 U Y!-CkN.:g?h3N,A H V..l ve- It 1 rfs ' .L-.lf'5t'f'fm ' - D ' Q - Q A .F A I pi I yi" L11-.li .im this :U if f - D . :N tb -J Lili, iq.. . Q -- ." -f.g1.fr . Q- -Ar. .. -I fvfff. . ' I , , I I, ,Q 1-.jfzg-4, 4P'5s:',.j,5- "tj-5, " ' 1. " ' I 1' f .f-"1-'rf' ' e 3-.f 4.3 fi? g'f'.T.iI.-'-'H-1. ' .-e??'+..+ ' '- First Row: T. Gallagher, H. Scligman, -I. Glenn, j.xNcely, D. Ifreesc, R. Graihnin Second Row: C. Downing, E. Hayes, X-V. Robertson, Dr. Skoglunrl, Professor Rightley, Professor Dove Third Row: Torn Hill, D. H. Gailtcrxnam, Dean Farris, H. J. McCracken, R. Bnrwcll OFFICERS Presirlent: JERRY GLENN Vice-president: JAMES BRIDGE Secretzwy-Tieasure-1'.' VIRGINIA Gfxnnis Faculty Advisor: PROFESSOR R. C. Dove ASME The American Society of Mechanical Engineers was organized at UNM in 1935. This year the group went to Denver on their yearly inspection trip to observe the Colorado Fuel and Iron company and to see the refinery Works. The tour was in conjunction with the regional ASME Convention. TlIree UNM students presented papers at the meeting. Monthly meetings, highlighted by movies, discussions, and visiting lecturers, were held during the year. AWS The Associated Women Students, organized at UNM in 1930, OFFICERS consists of one representative from each campus wo1nen's organi- Pre.s1'1lent:L11,y KYLE NICDONALD zation. The purpose ol' AWS is threefold-to secure uniform and l""L'6'19"f5fflf'Y5-' ANN MCNAMARA individual representation in student activities, to promote social Sff1'K""'D'fPHYLL'S BONGARD - , - - V n T1'easurer: BlzA'rR1cE H101-iT interests among University women, Zllld to create a bond among various women's organizations. This year the group sponsored the annual Sadie Hawkins dance, published student handbooks, promoted the King of Hearts dance, and gave Christmas parties for needy children. One: Dorothy L. Peters, lfranccs Yclonek, Sally Trangmar, Patsy Morrow, Redonda Moore, Ann McNamara, Georgina Radsosevich, Gee Gee Hubbard, Carla Halverson Two: Phyllis Bongaril, Betty llyerly, Carolyn Ramsey, Peggic Dismnkc, Joann McNay, Barbara Jensen, Pat Scanlan, Alice Huston, Lily Kyle McDonald, Nita Mulcahy 121 Raw One: Vera Olson, Anna Butler, Annie Fryar, Martha Coontield, Carmen Roth, Lottie Mac Henson, Betty Chamberlain, Norma Shockcy, Lillian Pendley, Erin Linnie Belle Hyde Row Two: Bill jenkin, Kenneth Tyson, Chuck Martin, Don Mulkey, Joyce Fryar, Molly Gilcrcase, Mildred Tarpley, Ed Cottinglunu, Robert Low, Charles Hedmzm, Nicholson, Mary Johnson, Jim Rodgers , Row Three: Leo Barrow, Kenneth Aulill, Charles H. Loomis, Wilkie Miller, Ralph I-Iunn OFFICERS The purpose of the Baptist Student Union on the UNM campus pw-,,,'c1e,,,, DON Mummy is to establish a spiritual link between church and school for the First Ifice-pw-emlenz:jfuvnss Roncrns student. This year BSU has carried on an extensive religious Secretary: IXNNIE FRYAR Progral-H. Treasm'er.' KENNET1-1 AUFILL Sponsor: W. H. JENKINS Recreational activities of the group consisted of participation in intramurals, ping pong and volleyball tournaments held at the Baptist Student center, and fellowship meetings after basketball games. The BSU held an original stunt night prepared by their rnembers. Bopiist Student Union 122 Beio Alpha Beta Alpha, local honorary accounting society, was organized in OFFICERS 1950 at UNM. It plans to petition for membership in the national President: RICHARD CooK ll0I101'a1'y, Beta Alpha Psi. Vice-presidevzt: W. B. Nokwoon Secretary: JESSE PRUCTOR The yearly program includes a monthly dinner and business meet- . , . A T1easu1e1: PHILIP FRANKENFLLD ing. Dr. William j. Parish, a professor in Business Ad., and an internal revenue agent spoke to the group this year. The advisor this year is Dr. D. M. Smith. Row One: Richard Allinger, Philip Frankenfcld. William B. Norwood, Richard B. Cook, jesse Proctor, Benjamin F. Pick, Eugene Bostater Raw Two: Darl L. Beckham, joseph T. Yoakum, john Holroyd, Richard E. Torres, john Lilly, jack W. Reynolds, Kenneth L. Mcliown ,534 Row One: John M. Puckett, James Brooks, O. G. Fegan, Jr,, Clarence Butz, John Leverton, Prof. Ray J. Foss, John Jimenez, Elmer White Row Two: Louis Sleeper, Scott Freeman, John Mavromatis, Francis Burton, Kent Kaser, Allen Berkheimer, John I-Iincs, Reinhold Nagel, Phil Boyd, Delmar OFFICERS Prerirlevit: JAMES BROOKS Vice-f21'esicIcnl.' Joi-IN BOYD Secretary: JOHN Hnxnss - T1'8d,.SI1,'l'61'I JOHN MAvRoMA'ris Sponsor: Pnor. RAYJ. Foss Chi Epsilon 124 Chi Epsilon was granted its charter in the spring of 1951. Since that time it has prepared a directory of all alumni ol? the Civil Engineering College and published The Twmsit, the local maga- zine of the fraternity. Chi Epsilon is based on the broad objectives ol increasing the efficacy of the Civil Engineering proliession as an instrument of social betterment. It proposes to better the undergraduate charac- teristics necessary lor the successful pursuit of an engineering career. The fraternity chooses its members on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and character. Commerce Council The purpose of the Commerce Council is to enable the members of the College of Business Administration to become better ac- quainted with trends in tl1e business world. The council sponsors two major functions each yearg the Deans breakfast where students meet and talk with their instructors, and Commerce Day, which features talks by prominent Albuquerque businessmen and an exhibit of a large variety of business machines. OFFICERS President: BRUCE Pnzrmzs Vice-pre.sir1ent: DICK NEFF Secretary: Rrm CUMMINS Treasurer: AL EISENBERG Row One: Richard Nelf, Sue Izard, Bruce Pielcrs, Sue Gray, Betty Byerly, George Shaffer Row Two: Dean Sorrell, j. D. Coggins, George Beller, Jack Ryan, Gene Bostater, jesse Proctor, Al Eisenberg Row One: Robert Gordon, Rudy Kleinschmidt, Charles Cacciato, Herbert L. Ashby, Eddie Driscoll, George Grcwc, jr., Raymond Clark Row Two: Walter Scott, Eugene Peirce, jim Houghten, Warren Reynolds, E. I-Iatchett, William J. Boroughs, Bob Wasson, Paul Peloquin Row Three: Warren Armstrong, Gordon Blade, Robert Fredeen, Karl McMillan, Clark Funk, Jack Ryan OFFICERS Headmaster: RAYMOND CLARK Senior Warden: WARREN REYNOLDS junior Warden: ROBERT WASSON Scribe: GORDON BLADE Treasurer: GEORGE GREWE Delta Sigma Pi, the national business honorary, was established at the University in 1Q4Q.v Fostering the study of business in univer- sities and creating a close afhliation between students and the business world are Delta Sigma Pi's aims. This group sponsors professional speakers, tours, and educational films. It assisted with Red Cross drives this year and also held two dances. Delia Sigma Pi A R h 1 . ""f' o "-t'T'l""A' 4 'V . - - 3 0 i- " If Ate: 1 . Tl N ' ' 'E Row One: jack Ostrowcr, Bob ldc, Ruth Carmel, Julius Golden, Murry Blatt Two: Elinor Markus, Paul Dreyfuss, Vivian Bromberg, Jerry Firsty, Howard Rogovin, Mrs. S. Gzisser, Marshall Weingarden Three: Art Blumenfeld, Al Dogin, Marcia Klein, Sy Most, Fred Goodman, Barbara Caine, Sv Arthur Bernstein, Rabbi D. Shor, Mannie Glinky, Gene Steinberg, Alvin Halpern Four: Harvey G. Schcrzcr, Shari A. Cunnan, Paul M. Blonsky, Moose Cohen, joseph Fabergc Sy Levy, Norman Segal his year the I-Iillel Counselorship, founded at UNM in 1941, has l orked in connection with the National B'nai B'rith Foundation. 'aried activities included a joint meeting with USCF for Brother- 5 ood Week, speakers at the meetings, and social functions, in ddition to perl'orming religious services at two Albuquerque ynagogues. OFFICERS President: V1v1AN BROMBERG V z'ce-1n'es1'denl.' Ai.v1N Doom Secretary: Rirrn CARMM. ' 7N'I'CllS2,l,T13T'J FRED GQODMAN I e . cf? E5 1, , fi, 1? 127 Row One: Marion E. Miller, Mary Louise Stubbs, Sully Trangmar Row Two: Phyllis Briggs, Linnic Belle Hyde, Betty jean Wilson, Margaret B. Park Row Three: Mrs. Elizabeth Simpson, Mavis Dean, Blanche V. Griscom OFFICERS The purposes of Kappa Omicron Phi, the national women's home- P1-esidenz: Lmmn BELLE HYDE economics honorary, is to further the interests in the Home Eco- Vice-presidenz: MARY Louisa STUBBS ngmigs department, This year KOPhi has donated money for books and supplies for Spomm.: MRS SIMPSON a school in Germany. In the fall, a dinner was held for the foreign students. Each year the members of KOPhi sell fruitczakes at Christmas. Koppo Gmicron Phi i l LeHermen's Club All athletes with varsity letters are eligible for membership in the Lettermens Club. At the annual Lettermenls Ball awards are presented to the outstanding man in each sport. A Varsity Girl is also chosen at this allair. june Stratton, a cheerleader, was Varsity Girl this year, with attendants Betty jean Bourbonia and Linda Chess. The Lettermens Club this year feted the new initiates at a barbeque. The club's project this year was to aid the Athletic Department by backing its policies, including a ban of wearing letters on sweaters from other schools. OFFICERS Presiclent: J. D. CocG1Ns Vice-president: DANNY DARROW Secretary: PHIL KENNEDY Treasmer: DICK BRETT Lettermen of the year were Tennis: BRUCE PIETERS Football: CHUCK HILL Baseball: LARRY TUTILE Golf: PAUL HALTER Row Ulm: Ed Gzxrvzmizm, Don Mulkey, Chuck Hill, Narciso Abcyta, Roland Kool, jake Romero, Bob Norfleet, Gil Carroll Huw Two: Stew Rose, Bill McLaughlin, Vic Starncs, Barry Barnes, john 'I'aul, Dan Darrow, Ernest Sanchez, jr. Row Three: Sam Supliziu, Larry Tuttle, Bill Schooley, Bruce Picters, Bill Currie, Paul Halter, Phil Kennedy, jim Woodman Row Four: D. Coggins, Roger Cox, Don Anderson, Ken Porter, George Mann, Romaine Linder, YVillian1 Swenson Row Une: Gee Gee Hubbard. Nancy Polk Woolford, Nell Fremon, Nila Mulcahy Row Two: Margaret Rutz, Erin Buchanan, Halley Bender, Sandy Eggert, Ann McNamara Row Three: Mary E. johnson, Marilyn Hutchins, Carolyn Setzler, Melba Thompson, Gloria Forrest. Betty jane Corn, Dorothy Lewis, Miss Milliken OFFICERS Majors and Minors, an organization made up of all regularly p,-esidem, HALLEY BENDER enrolled students in the department of WVOII1CH,S Physical Educa- Secremry: SANDY EGGERT tion, was established at UNM in 1949. Its purpose is to further Sponsor: Miss Gcixnys lvlicuxuzn understanding between the majors and minors in physical education. The group exchanges ideas concerning local and national develop- ments in the Held and takes advantage of local facilities to promote recreational activities. Moiors ond Minors 130 in 05 X ms'- Sealcd: Chris juko, Ed Lambert, jack Coogan, john Morrison. Standing: George Diggs. Leslie Korpela, Arthur Bernstein, John Hogan, Ron Duikle MESA VISTA DORM The lixccutive council, above, appointed by the president of the dorm for one semester, conducts the social and ntlllctic 1Jl'Ogl'2llIlS for the dorm, and sets up quiet hours. Jack Coogan is president and John Morrison is secretaly Chosen by the Executive council of the dorm, the job of the Recreation council is to supervise all recreation Specihcully, the council arranges for Lhe music, Cl'llCl'l1lllll'1lCI'1I, and decorations at the dances held at the dorm. Tom Lief was president of the semester I connnittee. Seated: Arthur Bernstein, john Kcpncr, .5 4. If ALAL Toni Lici, Jerome Firsty. Standing: john Hogan, Don Hollis , ,, , ,,,-, ,,, ,,, ,- E15 OFFICERS President: I-Iucsn PIILLILARY V ice-11 resident : AIM' jomzs T'1'e11s'1u'e1': DICK SM1'r1A1 Secremry: JASON Rooms Row One: Bill Fellers, George Dolan, john Clatworthy, john Slate, Floyd Enmnucl Row Two: Ron Norman, Bob Meyer, john Mhoon, Dick Brett, Ad Lungill, john Wallis Row Three: Elliott Mozee, Cal Watson, Noel Sorrell, john I-lines, Mike Wullncr, V George Downing Row Four: Lee Ivy, Jay Jones, Bob Hyland, Don Rutcliff, Cliff Crzitlcr, Hugh Hillezlry The Wardroom Society is the social organization of the NROT C. Its functions this year were the Military Ball, the Ring Dance, a costume ball, and the First Liberty Party Ball, in addition to ice skating parties and picnics. The society held short business meetings with a speaker or movies on some technical phase of the Navy. Among the speakers were Coach Berl I-Iufhnan, Dean Mathany, and Col. Nelson Brown. During the year members saw Marine movies and one on Atomic energy. Newmcm Club The Newman Club ol' UNM wus organized in 1939. Through the efforts of Lhe Archbishop ol' Sznnu Fe and the NCCVV ol Albuquerque, El club house was obuuined on cznnpus in 1950. The club's functions are centered on religious, intellectual and social activities. Religious and imellecuml programs were organized and conducted by the Clmplznins, nlcinbers ol' the IJOIl1illlC2lll Order of the Province of St. Albert. The social activities ol the yezn' were highlighted by the annual Cardinal Ball, in zlddilion Lo weekly house parties :md picnics. This year the Aquinas Newman Club was host to the first New Mexico Province Newman Convenlion. OFFICERS President: A. P. VVEINER Vicerpresident: A. SCHNEDAR Secreiary: M. CONLEY Trcasure1': G. SANDOVAL Clzaplnin: R, D. Coocms, O. P. Asxistanl Cl1ajrlr1in:j. 1. REARDON, O. P. Orin: Donnie Welch, Lewis lfnllaner, Becky Gnrcin, Chuck Enos. Bill West, John Schnedar, Al Weiner, George Sandoval, Molly Conley, Ed Delgado, Danny Smnchez Bobbie Cunninglizun, Rita Cummins, Sally De Grool Tum: Carol L:xuflerlniIk, jim Nevzlns, Rita Fzrckemhnll, Trudy Brown, Judy Hubbard, Marywill Hunter, Pauline Baca, Belly Cordova, PEIISY Griegos, Kalherma Toyn Pan Kleinhcin, joan Wootton, Bill Schnedar 'l'lu'mr: Manuel llorlez, Carrol Lee Francis, Frzmk llzlchiehzl, Criss Cnnzlclaria, Beuy Cunningham, 'Tom Sisneros, Bennie Flores, Patty Springer, Joyce Pfiefcr Dolly Baca, K2ll,hCl'll1C Lies, Susan Lies Four: Fr. john 1. Renrclon, Bill Chavez. Vic Garcia, Frank Krelek, Kenny Szxnclovzil, Dick Kelly, Bob Cheshire, Alex Rael, Paul Chiaclo, jerry Bellner, Al Miller Marry h'I21l'lillCZ, Don Hannon, Betty Cheshire, Ted Avellano Y 'I r -s .-. 1 .- .l xx , X XN'1.a'3' as ff--sa .. ,Sv . X - ' ' . . , V 3- vt '- 1111?-iii' l' X - - - ' -- 'vi . i Stir-'U-. ri f 1 g.1.1fUwf-.ir if . -JH tv?-,Ls was , sv." 2: Wise in-f.?.'.Q fp . il ge., 0 -I V.. 1 ..-W2 -.Ik if -fs r X .S .... - ' 1 L' su. 3. I., Row One: Robert Smolich, Ray T. Noble, Lloyd R. Burley, Michael White, Gilbert E. Miranda Row Two: Rudy Cordova, F. Louis Hernandez, Donald T. Reel, Manuel P. Olguin, Leo L. Barr, Marshall Farris, G. W. Borland, B. M. Crawford, Leonard De L N. G. Tate ' OFFICERS Phi Delta Kappa, an honorary professional organization for men in pfesidem, MICHAEL WHITE the field of education, is dedicated to the principles of research, Vige-p1'g5iglgnfgEvERETT MILLER service, and leadership. Beta Rho chapter was installed at the Secretary: GILBERT NIIRANDA University in 1949. T ' . ' ' : R S. S , - ' - 'answer OBERT MOLICH A speakers bureau has been set up this winter to furnish speakers Faculty Sponsor: DR. LLOYD R. BURLEY . . . . . . on various topics to any group of persons desiring such service. Phi Dello Koppca Pi Tau Sigma, national honorary Mechanical Engineering frater- nity, was installed at UNM in 1948. This year the members made the casting for their emblem, a key, to be hung on the engineering building. Their library for refer- ence by mechanical engineers was in operation. Pi Tau Sigma each year honors the outstanding' freshman engineering student, and includes the names of the two outstanding sophomores on a plaque. Tau Sigma OFFICERS President: AL WEINER Vice-president: WILLIAM E. SMITH Secrelary: ROBERT NEEL Treasurer: JERRY GLENN Row One: Prof. C. T. Grucc, Prof. E. C. Rightley, 1. R. Hightower, R. R. Neel, A. P. Weiner, Francis Burton Row Two: Rupert Triniclzid, Edward Smith, Tom Hill, james V. Neely, john B. Peterson, Jerry V. Glenn, Hugh B. Gordon .gpg , 1 jf-lf. ,145 .P'g'1-'rf , I., Q ' 'f"f4f'5f-.hr',JH,,-.. 4 1 Row One: Gladys Bozwinis, Alice Huston, Dr. Castetter, Dr. Fleck, Mary C. jones Row Two: Bill Hocker, Ed LaCombe, Tom Lief, Wilfred Stedman, John Wiley, Aleck Chello Row Three: John Earp, XVilliam Mensah-Dapaa, Ernest Rosenbzlum, Bob Norlleet, William Marlin, Craig I-Iellelman, William Fisher OFFICERS President: VVILFRED STEDMAN Vice-presiderzt: Bon NORFLEET Sec-Treasurer: MARY CAY JONES Sponsors: DR. NIARTIN FLECK DR, E. F. CASTETIER The Pre-Med Club, organized in 1950, has petitioned Alpha Epsilon Delta, national pre-med honorary fraternity. They hope to be accepted this spring or next fall. The group's varied program included visiting hospitals and clinics, where the members were able to watch surgical operations. Dr. W. R. Lovelace II lectured on "Medicine in Korea," and a plastic surgeon spoke on techniques and results of plastic surgeryg colored Hlms were shown in connection with the lecture. Previousl , tI1e club urffed acce Jtance b the state lefrislature for Y D l Y ts pre-medical scholarships to the Colorado Medical school which includes 1 1 New Mexico students every four years. Pre-Med Club The UNM Press Club, established in April, 1948, helped to organize the two national journalistic honoraries, Sigma Delta Chi and Theta Sigma Phi. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in journalism through professional and social activities. Speakers this year included Dr. Howard MacMurray, UNM profes- sor, and Frank Stuart, student. The UNM Newsprint Ball is sponsored each year by the Press Club and the two honoraries. Press Club OFFICERS President: CLINT SMITH Vice-president: ELLEN HILL Secretary: CHERIE DUNN Treasurer: GEORGE TAYLOR right: Robert Edmundson, Don Bennett, Barbara Palmer, Julius Golden, Cherie Dunn, Clint Smith, Assistant Professor Everton Conger, Carolyn Ramsey Ellen Hill, Associate Professor Keen Rafferty, Lorraine Peterson, George Taylor, Jack Gill, Linda Gill, Lois Purinton, Joyce Schneider, Nancy Gass iii, - -33, ga L ,U i " 1 I .V 1" 'Z' V '. 1 - il. , 5 if 5 Row One: jay Pettitt, john Taul, Joann McNay, Harvey Engel, Barbara Goss, Betty Bycrly, Lois Purinton Row Two: june Stratton, Bette jo Heath, Kay Mosher, Viola Baca, Bob Forbes, Vicky Mason, Jllilllllll Armijo, Carolyn Ritchie, Mary Thelma Bryant, Steve OFFICERS President: HELEN Cox Secretary: IQAY MOSI'IER Charge of rallzfes: SAMMY SUPLIZIO Sponsor: DR. WILSON H. IVINS Rally Com A spirited and enthusiastic group, Rally Com was formed this year to replace the former Student Spirit Cflommittee. Rall Com conducted rallies and ziracles before the football Y P games, and posted information about football, basketball, base- ball, track and tennis events. A new constitution was drawn up by the group, and an article was written by them to include in the student handbook for next year. They were in charge of selling freshman beanies for the student government. Sigma Alpha lola Sigma Alpha Iota is an honorary music fraternity for music majors in Fine Arts and Education. It was founded at UNM in 1935. The varied activities of the organization include a vesper carol service each year during the Christmas season, a contemporary musicale in the spring, and service to the music department. In addition, the group ushers at the Community concerts and the University music series. OFFICERS President: FRANCES CRAIG V ice-president: JANE BALDWI Secretary: IVIARTHA ANGIE Treasurer: BEVERLY STROHL LETCHER Row One: jean Cowles, Beverly Strohl, Wilma Tapp, Harriet Riebe, Joann Staner, Jane Baldwin, jackie Perkinson, Gracia Smith Row Two: Barbara McLean, jean Adele Wilson, Isabel Celln, Barbara Weaver, jo Margaret Gore, Jeanette Ecklund, Laura Ann Rodrick, Frances Craig 'Wir Row One Lionel Linder, Don Bennett, jack Erinaringer, jack Gill Row Two Bob Slnnner, Julius Golden, jim Tucker, Joe Aaron, Clint Smith The University of New Mexico chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, pro- fessional journalism fraternity, was installed February, 1950. Its purpose is the advancement of journalistic standards throughout the Southwest. Social activities consist of co-sponsoring the Newsprint Ball in conjunction with the UNM Press Club. YVeekly meetings with speakers prominent in the newspaper and writing Fields, followed by discussion and coffee, are permanent features of the fraternity. Sigma Delia Chi 3- - Student Bor Associotion The Sluclcnt Bur fxSSOCl2IllOll, l'U1'll1Cll 111 UNM i11 the full of 1947, is composed OFFICERS of st.11clc11ls 111 Llxc Lollcgc ol Law. 1l1c purposes ol thc 11ssoc1z1L1o11 are to lorm President: DAN DAVIS lv ' '-1'1 '1 l' l - 1 1. , lr1L.'z11d1r 1' ' nizl llC.l' ' :" 'ct' " The . - - L c gow 1 mu L o 1 11 I111 sluc 1 1 s 1 1 0 gd L t 1 soc1.1l .1 11111 s FWS! 1,566-President: TERRANCE DOLAN 1' l 1ll,' I'- l 'l1A- .' 1 1'l1'cl1 ' e t '1' '1 - ' 't r11 '1' . - - g.oup .IC lc s .JI lll0l1lll y llll1L Lons 11 1 1 11111 ql p 111111 1LI1L .1 to ey o Second mee-p7.eSHlw.m RALPH DENNY cluzcn IS lllVllCCl Lo spank. 11 also has smokers, dzxnces, p1ctn1c:s, and sponsors Sgcremryf MARY HEGGIE . W A T .. nun Llllllll moot 1111111 l0l1lpCl1llOI1. TTeaSw,e1,: RUTH STREETER The governing body llilS Cllillglt ol' Lhc honor coclc, utl1leLic:s, social functions, Q' and bcltcrr st11dc111-l':1v11I1y 1'cl:1tio11s. 'l'l1c group will l1z1vc 11 special oflice i11 the new law b11ilcli11g. Early i11 May sL11clc11t-l'z1c11l1y 11w:11'cls arc prcscmccl on Law Day. Ron' Ona: D. Davis, T, Dolan, E. Alckscy, G. Houslon, H. Engel, H. Drum, D. Moore Row 'l'11'o: R. Slrcctcr, M. Hcggic, E. Hurt, F. Jones, S. Campos, V. Ufcrt, F. McLz111gl1li11, E. Romero Rum 7'llI'C6.' R. Dcnncy, I.. Ogden, M. 'I'1:lc1', C. Stout, S. lvllgllllllf, C. Gatcwoocl, W. Cook, C. Chavez, M. Fox Row I'lUlll'I F. Wcslellielcl, j. Love, M, While, XV. Hzlmillon, H. Carrel, S. Lord, L. Prentice, R. Gault, J, Heberling 451 ,, F ' :.:1-vig:-'rf . " ., , .' , A ' " 4 'J' , -' -V-,, Q. -A , .., '- vt., ,- -y.-,i,, .- Xu.-P .. -L--' s. rii..'.".-'- " --- -.--V ' ,- ' ,. 1'-, p-4.1!-1 ew , g . - .3 1 .. - . . . . .rt ,rf -.-g.L1f.1Jsl..r:'..1-L!s.,,.z..i......:-mgc..,..,.. ...--. - He.. . .-'........e..,.e..,.s.D..t.,....-.,.tL .. Row One: Prof. Fred Chreist, Glen Houston, Florenceruth jones, Ruth Ann Davis, joan Tafoya. Prof. Ralph Douglass, Dr. Mathew Pearce Row Two: Rudolph Schware, Dr. james McBath, Dr. C. V. Wicker, Dr. Wayne C. Eubank, Dean S. P. Nanninga, Dean Thomas C. Donnelly, Dean Harold OFFICERS President: HAROLD Baocx Sec-Treasu-r'e1': FLORENCERUTH JONES Sponsor: DR. WAYNE C. EUBANK Robert E. Barton Allen, Harold Brock Tau Kappa Alpha, National Forensic Fraternity, was established at UNM in 1940. Membership in this honorary organization is limited to 'those who have two years of varsity Forensics, a suitable grade average, and have been ap- proved by the active members of the local chapter. Activities of the group include sponsorship of the high school Forensic festival, intramural debate tournaments, and participation in inter-collegiate Forensic activities as representatives of UNM. Dr. Wayne C. Eubank, Chairman Speech Department, is the National President. Harold Brock and jim Woodman brought special recognition to Tau Kappa Alpha this year by winning the National TKA Debate Championship for the second year. Tctu Koppo Alpha 142 Rieoy Theta Sigmo Phi Theta Sigma Phi, women's journalism honorary fraternity, received its national charter in March. The group was formed through the efforts of the UNM Press Club and now holds bi-monthly meetings with speakers from the journalism field. Its major project for the year was selling advertising for the Alumnus Magazine. Members of Theta Sigma Phi were hostesses for the Journalism open house during Homecoming and were honored guests at the New Mexico State Press Woinen's breakfast during the state press convention. OFFICERS President: ELLEN HILL Vice-president: LORRAINE PETERSON Secretary-Treasurer: NANCY GAss Stanrling: Carolyn I-Iunsley, Shirley Fay, Ellen Hill, Cherie Dunn, Pat Yenney Row Two: Lorraine Peterson, Nancy Cass, Elaine janks, Sylvia Russell, Pat LeFevre f s A ' - lt - Standing: Pauline Sekavec, John Farris, Floyd Emanuel, Ken Chamberlain, Reverend Lucian Wilson, Phil Manly, Ed Mcrrilccs. WJ Mcnsah Dapaa, Sue Ann Sit Seated: Barbara Malkin, Carol Ketchum, Laura Rodrick, Joyce Fitzpatrick, Frances Craig, Greta Moody, Carol Hutton, jane Ann Marshall OFFICERS President: FRANCES CRAIG Vice-president: CAROL KETCHUM Secretary: JANE ANN MARSEIALL Treasurer: KEN CI-IAINIBERLAIN Director: LUCIAN C. VV1LsoN The United Student Christian Fellowship made its appearance on the campus in 1946. It is sponsored by eighteen Albuquerque Protestant churches and afliliated with the National Student YMCA-YWCA. The primary purpose of U.S.C.F. is the expression of Christian ideals in both personal and social lite. Their numerous activities included supper forums, participation in intercollegiate conferences, informal worship services, coke sessions with faculty members, community service work, and many social events held throughout the year. United Student Christian Fellowship 144 Varsity Debate Squad The University of New Mexico was represented this year in seven intercollegiate forensic compe- titions by the Varsity Debate Squad. Their schedule and records are as follows: RECORD: Undefeatedg tied for first place with Kansas University FOR ENSIC 'l'OURNAMliNTSZ Colorado University Oklahoma East Central State College W0115CC0Hd place: Hrst in radio speaking Texas Technological College Won second place Baylor University Senior men: 2 wi11s, 2 losses junior men: 5 wins, 1 loss Won second in oratory Abilene Cllrlstlllll College Senior men: 2 wins, 2 losses junior men: 5 lVlllS, 1 loss First in oratory First in extemporaneous speaking First place over 45 schools from io states: lirst place in oratory Second in radio ' University of Nebraska Oklahoma Southeastern State College Savage Forensic Tournament 5 wins: 1 loss Reached quarter finals The UNM speakers are coached by Dr. james H. McBath, Director of Forensics, and Mr. Elbert Barnhart, graduate assistant in speech. Top Row: Felix Brioncs, I-Ienry Parkinson, Ruth Ann Davis, joan Tafoya, Dr. james H. McBatl1 Second Row: john Morrison, Mr. Elbert G. B2ll'l'lll2ll'i., john Roach, Ralph Brutsche Third Row: Bob White, jim' Woodman Members whose picture did not appear: Harold Brock, Lawrence Trctbar, john Drabclle, Ed Driscoll, Dave Former, jerry Mulkins, Floyd Emanuel 4 5 4' - :xi ' . . . it -If ,. ..li:..h""'-,. f Q' .Qif,'5'iE!2':f Row One: Miss McCain, Mary Locke Davis, Lctitia Creveling, Mary jane Pendleton, Pat Kane, Donna Olcwiler, Cynthia Clioyce, Olivin Smith, Sue Sutton, Pat joan Quisl, Kay Mosher Raw Two: Elaine Bush, Barbara Richter, Mary Thelma Bryant, Kay Snell, Betty jane Corn, Ann Lcc Stranalhan, Diane Davis, Carol Stone, .loan Sims, Terry Craig, Jacque Eisele OFFICERS The Waterlous were organized in IQ 50 by UN M women interested p,'e5i,1e-ng: JOAN QUIST in synchronized and stunt swimming. The membership totaling Vice-president: KAY Mosman fifteen the Hrst year has now grown to over thirty. The main purpose of the club is to give a water show the Saturday afternoon of Fiesta weekend. Tryouts are held at the beginning of each semester and membership is based on general all round swimming ability. The Woterlous 145 WRC One of the main events that the Won1en's Recreation Council has OFFICERS sponsored this year has been entrance in the Intercollegiate Tele- Fafulty Sy,0.,,5,,,-, FRANCES MCGILL graphic tournament, in which UNM placed lirst twice out of President: lvhstna T1-mmpsou EOLII' times. V ice-jJreside11t: HALL112 BARTON , Treasurer: JOAN LEWIS YVIXC sponsors all W01IlCIllS lllU'ZlITlllI'HlS, and the mixed badminton contests. Founded at UNM in 1946, WRC's purpose is to provide sports and dancing activities which will interest all women students. Row One: Hallie Barton, Marjorie Helper, Carolyn Setzler, Miss Frances McGill, Doarilyn Hutchins, Beverly NVil1ian1sou, june Stratton Rum Two: Halley Bencler, Mary Thehna Bryant, Frances Gurus, Mclba Thompson. Mnna Olewiler, Sandy Eggert, Peggie Dismuke, Ann McNamara MARRON HALL Row One: Betty Byerly, Lucie Mena, Paula Smythe, jolkaye Losh, Pauline Baca, Rebecca Avalos, Terry Gallegos. Row Two: Shirley Paul, Frances jordan, Kay Emma Rodriguez, Cecilia Altuna, Suzanne Bendidos, Evangeline Muelia, Linda Duckworth, Merrie Richardson. Row Three: Svea Testman, Patricia Casey, joyc liams, Eleanor Silbo, Peggy Roley, March Townsend, Frances Thornton, Wanda Bartlett, Gaylord Rice. Row Four: Pat Anderson, Lola Landess, Kay Snell, Margaret Nancy Ford, Marcia Bett, Burdine Brush, Barbara Richter, Nancy Kolb I-IOKONA HALL Row One: Shirley Ann Vigil, Betsy Thomas, June Stratton, Jacque Miller, Gretchen Steiner, Diane Davis. Row Two: Alicia Barnad, Cecilia de la Garza, Eva Maria Ramos, Haydee Monge, Yolanda Acenedo, Carol Lowderulilk, Concepcion Alavarnieta, Maria de Morales. Row Three: Penny Slrclzoili, Chris Randolph, Nancy D Emmi Baum, Dorcas Knudsen, Yvonne Marko, Ruth Tondre, Kit Wilcox, Margie Deason 148 ll MARRON HALL Pilar Pans, Jeannine SralTorcl, Helen Kolir, Mary Joe Calloway, Marilyn Butt, Georgina Radoscvich, Joyce Welch, Joan Beach. Row Two: Wanda Rossen, Joyce Alice Wooclwarrl, Joan Tafoya, Virginia Pcrino, Jackie Lou Cottingham, Greta Moody, Harriet Cadman, Judith Disnew. Row Three: Virginia Avis, Suzanne dt, Audrey I-Iofstcacl, Ann McCollum, Ruth Ann Davis, Frances Craig, Ruth Cnthbcrtson, Pat Gordon. Row Four: Joyce Thieleman, Dorothy Pannell, Margaret Avis, Beth Dickey, Jo Margaret Gore, Jean Wilson, Gwen Wilson, Georgia White I-IOKONA HALL nc: Norma Manutt, Kitty Katt, Patsy Lee, Carrie Williams, Suzy Rucker, Lorraine Corbin. Row Two: Marj Helper, Harriet Frost, Diane Mclzel, Jewell Davis, Elaine Janks, Mary Frinsko. Rom Three: Joann lN'lcNay, Pat Abbot, Beverly Frost, Mary McKiLtrick, Kay Westfall, Beverly Brnhn, Astrid Lindholm ',- ' -ng- . . fnvaveqehen uv 1 .. Q.. ' H 149 -3 ,- , 4 ,X k K ,..,Q Geared Jack C Bolander Dzxud jackson, Mary Burke, jerry Brasher, Joyce Pfeiffer, jerry Levine Row Tuo Gayle Hopkins Patsy Morrow, june Northrop, Mary Huenefelrl, Barbara Mitchell, JoAnn Drake Row Three Andrew Lobito Marion Cline, jr., Morris Davis, Bill Firschcin, Willian Holcomb, Rita Cummins The Young Democrats were established on the University campus in 1949. They have participated in the UNM Model Legislature, the endorsement of campus issues, and the promotion of the Democratic party on campus. They worked for various candidates in the city election and state primaries. Thirty members were the guests of Speaker of the House Calvin Horn during the twenty- first session of the New Mexico state legislature. Television debates and forums with other political organizations were also featured during the year. Young Democrols I Pon Hellenic Council The Pan Hellenic Council is an organization created to promote OFFICERS a harmonious spirit among the sororities on campus. p,-esidem, DONNA OLEWILER Each year Pan Hellenic sponsors a workshop where awards are Sefretfwyf RUTH ANN REDMAN given to the sorority maintaining the highest scholastic average T"e"Sum': DOROTHY HAWKINS for the year, and to the individual among all the groups who has maintained the highest scholastic average. A tea is given by the council in the spring. This year, Pan Hellenic joined IFC in spon- soring their annual spring dance. Sealed on Floor: Dorothy Peters, Dorothy Hawkins, Helen Cox, Peggy Hamilton, Mary Russell Sealed an Couch: Sm: Izard, 'Terry Craig, Romainc Roche, Nancy Rhodes, Mary Ann Mitchell, Ruth Ann Redman, Donna Olewiler fPi Phis not in picturcl Q? Z7 JR 'Y 1- 52 jv' 41" V9 xx r Nb. Ax OFFICERS President: FRANCES YELONEK Vice-president: DAPI'INE AIELINEK Secretary: BARBARA Jo COZZENS 'I'rerz.s'urer.' Rrm CUMMINS T7 P XF XIX, -I Q7 Q jane Baldwin Betty Jenn Bonrbonin Phyllis Burk Barbara jo Cozzens Rim Clunimins Sally DcGrooi. Jo Ann Drake Barbara Godfrey Carla Halverson Dorothy Hawkins jean Lunrcll jane Ann Marshall Sara Dawn Mitcham Dorothy I.. Peters Joyce Rakcstraw Mary Louise Stubbs Sally '1'l'Illlgll'Iill' Frances Yelonek v L' - 1 The Alpha Chi's ran off with Hrst place on their float and house decorations during Homecoming, making the weekend something for them to always remember. They also went in with the Chi O's for their highly successful winter dance. Their spring formal was held in May. The girls enjoyed several steak and hamburger fries during the year. Alpha Chi's who held campus oflices were Sara Dawn Mitcham, Mortar Boardg jane Ann Marshall, Senior Class vice-presidentg Lilly McDonald, AWS presidentg Rita Cummins, Phi Gamma Nu presidentg Betty jean Bourbonia. Varsity Queen attenclantg jan Loveland, Assistant Editor of Thunderbird. Alpha Chi Omega AAT! OFFICERS President: EVELYN SCIIOOLCRAFT Vice-president: JOAN jfxeoixs Sem'eLrn'y: G1f:NisvI12:vi5 I-IUBBARD T1'ea.m'rm': NORMA SI-IOCKEY A D Pi's social calendar was Glled with many important events. The girls had a house dance in the fall called the USS Adelphian for which they converted their chapter house into a ship. In the spring they had their Blue Diamond Ball. The AD Pis and Phi Delts won the School Song Fest in October and were given a stuffed animal as a prize. The girls were very active in sports and last lall won the basketball and volleyball crowns put on by WRCI. A D Pis who held ollices during the year were Carol Ketchum, Evelyn Schoolcraft, and Ann lVIacNamara, Mortar Board: Mary Russell, Mademoiselle College Boardg jackie May, one of the Mirage Favoritesg Marihelen Mfillizuuson, Delta Sig Sweetheart. I f' xz""' 'l ,- if , .1 f A 1 , Q 11.1 l 1 - J N- C lfirxl lfuuf: Marry Bcverslock, Gloria Castillo, lsahel Cella, Diane Clark, Carole Dyson, joycc Fitzpatrick, Margarcl Hamilton, Sammi Row: Susan I-Iellin, Gene- vieve l-lubharil, Marilyn l-lulchins, Dorothy lnlliolz, joan A. Jacobs, Carol Kclchurn, jcannc Marchand. Tlzirrl Row: Barbara Matkin, jamie May, Mari- lnn Mayor, Ann McNamara, Harriet Nickel, Laura Ann Rodrick, Mary Rus- sell. Fmlrllz Row: Evelyn SCll00iLl'Hfl,, Viola Shields, Norma Shockey, Connie Sorel, Joann Sinner, Kay Slaner, Carol C, Stone. Ififlh Row: Dorothy Swain, Barbara Voss, Pal Yenney Alpha Della Pi 'll '. XR SNS s i OFFICERS President: I-IALLEY BENDER Vice-jm:si11e11t: PAT I'IIGIlLEYMAN .S'cc1'em1'y: Co1.r.m:N MARTIN Treasurer: MARY IfIuEN1cr'm.D joan Anderson Halley Bender Mary jo Blanc Mary E. Burke LJ- Joyce Chee! ham Mary Ethel Conslantl 'Terry Craig Dorotliy Dowdle Peggy Grove Pat Higllleynmn Mary Hucncfeld Sue lznrcl Pat Kane Colleen Martin Sharon Mcliritle wi Patsy Morrow Joan Quist Mary Ellen Smith Frances Stewart The Chi Omegas really had their share of fraternity sweethearts this year. Joyce Cheetham was crowned Sweetheart of Sigma Chi and joan Anderson was chosen Pi K A Dream Girl. The Chi O's also ran off with first place during the Christmas Song Fest. During the year the girls held open houses and house dances for the various fraternities. In December the Chi Omegas joined the Alpha Chi's for their winter formal and in the spring they had their annual White Formal where all girls wore white dressesg During the Christmas season the girls had a party with the Sig Eps for the orphans in Albuquerque. Chi Omegas Who held oHices during the year were joyce Cheetham, Mortar Board, and Colleen Martin, vice-president of the Senior Class. Chi Gmego 1 AAA OFFlCERS P'residenZ: JEAN SOUTH Vice-jzresidenl: jo 1iENE CAA-mRoN S6C'T6lll7'jVJ Ckililllli DUNN 'I'reasurer.' CARUL RAMSIQY T W9 w 4 I 2 445-1 if First Huw: Carolyn Benton, jo Rene Cameron, Cynthia Choyce, Betty Jane Corn, Helen Cox, Pat Davis, Cherie Dunn Semnrl Row: Ruth C. Faust, jean Fcuk, Majcl Fritz, Sue Gray, Ella Harris, Lucile Haynes, Titia Hopkins Third Ru1i': jcancttc Hunter, Barbara jo Lclfuriuk, Nancy Lcc Limbaugh, Barbara McLean, jean Miller, Nita Mulcahy, . Nancy Nesbitt Fourlh Row: Donna Olewilcr, Carol Ramsey, Harriet Riebe, Salle Stark, Terry Thomson, joyce Van Avery, Barbara Williams Fifth Row: Barbara Wright The Tri-Delta's fall social calendar was sparked by their annual Pine Prance. In the spring they had their Pansy Day Breakfast for the graduating seniors. I-Iomecoming was an important eventg not only did they win third place for their house and float decorations, but Nita Mulcahy was an attendant to the I-Iomecoming queen. Outstanding members were Donna Olweiler, Pan Hellenic presidentg Barbara Leferink, Sophomore class secretary-treasurerg Harriet Riebe and Barbara MacClean, Sigma Alpha Iotag jo Rene Cameron, Phi Gamma Nu. ' Delta Delia Delia 159 ISU K6 OFFICERS President: GYPSY jo B11NN1s'rr Vice-jyresident: JOANN IJINSINIOOR Secretary: JAY Pm'1'1'1' T1'easu1'er: Lois MGCLESKY Holly Adler Gypsy jo Bennett Mary Chauvenet Jacqueline Cox Allyn Davis Mary Locke Davis jo Ann Dinsmoor Jenn Douglass Barbara Goss Marllm I-Iill l s eva X 7 if R- l X Lois McClcsky joan McCoy Betsy McCullough Mary Ann Mitchell Marjorie Noble j. Pctlitt Judy Pollock Nancy Rhodes Vera Snyder Jeanette Stanton i Sue Ann Shcphens 1 'i - V 7 A iv Judi Thoinpson V 4, 1 -E - Theresa Wa fncr 5 ,. V ' i R. I - .,.. 41 - I N Q ':-'- gn -'Ti , ' 7 Y. 1 313' .7 "V I - ' ' "' ig Y- l i X , N E . X X, X Among Theta projects for the year were caroling at the Veterans' hospital during Christmas, mak- ing dolls for the blind children in Alamogordo, and entertaining for foreign and point-four students on campus. When their visiting ollicers were here the KAT's held a panhellenic tea in honor of them. Last fall the Theta pledges had a coke party for all the other new pledges on campus. In the social line, the Thetas joined with the Kappas and Pi Phis for the Triad barn dance and for the Spring Triad. They also had a Fall formal at the Hilton and during the year entertained fraternities with exchange dinners and open houses. Important.Thetas on campus were MaryAnn Mitchell, at- tendant to Homecoming Queeng Barbara Goss, junior class vice-presidentg Gypsy jo Bennett and Sue Ann Stephens, Mortar Boardg jackie Cox, Student Councilg Gayle Hopkins, Bandelier treas- urerg jay Pettitt, Rally Com. Koppci Alpha Theici .1 -i 161 KKI' OFFICERS LN - Prcsiflcnl: JOAN FI.oImNcE Vice-jn'e.sizlent: JEAN KERN Secretary: BEA HIGPIT T1'eaxure1': OLIVIA SMITH First Row: jane Adams, Bobbie Allyn. Martha Ange, Anna Claire Balling, Linda Chess, Viola Chess, Gladys Cline. Second Row: Catherine Cornell, Sara june Cntlabac, Betty Cllllllihgllillll, Ruth Ann Davis, Betty jo Dowdle, Joan Flurance, Nancy Gass. Third Row: janene Graham, Barbara Grillith, Miriam Griswold, Betty Hall, Phoebe Harper, Beatrice I-light, Alice Huston. Fourtlt Row: Barbara Jensen, jean Kern, Teri lklcllanna, Kay Mosher, Janice Nusbaum, Mary jane Pendleton, Ruth Ann Redman. Fifth Row: Romaine Roche, Julia Lee Smith, Olivia Smith, Pally Springer, Wilma Tapp, Ann Thatcher, jean Troxcl. ' The Kappa YVinter Formal was an outstanding event in December. The girls also joined with Pi Phis and Tlietas for Baby Triad and the Spring Triad which was held in May at the Fez Club. KKG won the scholarship cup for women's groups in 1951 and in the fall they came out second in the Song Fest. Outstanding Kappas were: Bobby Allyn, one of the M imge favoritesg Linda Chess, attendant to LCElCl'Il1?ll1,S Queeng jean Kern, Student Councilg Alice Huston, Mortar Boardg Betty Iflall, Spur presidentg jean Troxel, junior secretary-treasurerg Nancy Gass, Zllirage editorg Ruth Ann Davis, M i-rage business manager. Koppo Kcappo Gommo B OFF1 CERS President: CARRIE VVILLIAIVIS Vice-president: BERNICE WILSON Secretm"y: FRANNIE CURNS Treasurer: PATSY LEE First Row: Pat Baird, Gladys Botwinis, Louie Burleson, Mary joe Calloway, Letitia Creveling, Barb Cunningham, Frances Curns. Second Row: Diane L Davis, Pat Fleck, Marjorie Fnnkliouser, Diane Hallbeck, Marjorie Helper, jo Ann johnson, Thelma Lee. Third Row: Patsy Ann Lee, Norma Manatt Roena Mason, Joann McNay, jackie Parkinson, Pat Scanlan, Suzanne Schmidt Fourth Row: Kay Snell, Sue Sutton, Melba Thompson, Marilyn Wagner Margaret Wang, Kay Westfall, Carrollyn Williams. Fifth Row: Bernice Wilson Caro Woods, Alice Woodward. The most important event during the year for the girls who wear the arrow was moving into their new house on Mesa Vista road. On the social calendar were the Baby Triad barn dance, the Spring Triad, open houses, and fraternity exchanges. The Pi Phi's won stunt night in 1952 and were also active in won1en's intramural sports. Outstanding members were Carrie Williams, Student Courtg Letitia Creveling, Athletic Councilg Diane Davis, Publications Boardg Carrie Williams and Frances Curns, "Who's Who"3 Sue Sutton, Mirage society editorg Frances Curns, Mortar Board vice-presi- clentg -Ionel Tinson, Freshman class secretary-treasurerg Joann McNay, one of Mirage favoritesg Helen Woodward, attendant to Pike dreamgirl. Pi Beio Phi TGWN LUB OFFICERS P-re.x'i1Ie1'1l: .IEANNE Do'1'Y V ice-prcsi den! : NANCY VVOODWORTII Secretary: NANCY ANDERSON Tre11s1n'e1': MINE'1'1'1c HALL PLEDGES FIRST SEMESTER. Row 0110: Celeste Ruddy, Marie jo Mierra, Carol Madsen, Vera Cooper. Row Two: jen Allidi, Betty Chishire, Millie Martinez, Darlene Springer, Sylvia Woodworth. Row Three: Evaughn Bennett, Laura Childers, Lois Landrum, Jo Ann Nicks, Beverly Venn, Winnifretl Matthews. ACTIVES. First Raw: Pat Bloom, Peggy Bartlett, Phyllis Briggs, Marietta Brown, Vera Cooper. Scconrl Row: Eloise Jeanne Doly, Ruth Fleming, Carol Hutton, Carol Madsen, Marion E. Miller. Tlzirrl Row: Marguerite Micra, Joann Nicks, Marilyn Willits, Beverly Venn, Nancy Woodworth. The members of Town Club, an organization for Albuquerque women, had their Christmas party with Phrateres after the Hanging of the Greens. They also had their winter formal in Ulanuary, and Nancy Woodworth was chosen ,queen of the event. 'gl Town Club had its spring dance on April 24, and other social events included an Easter break- fast with the alums and a hayride. Inter-Frolernily Council The Inter-Frzlternity Councils objective is to better relzitionships OFFICERS and encourage co-operation between the twelve fraternities on the President: CHUCK GAssAwAy G I4 ' - Vice-president: ROGER BAILEY campus. It is also the aim of this council to promote ree inter ests in all phases ol University activity. The I.F.C., in conjunction SeU'etaV3'i JIM PULTE . . . T' ' ': HU I'-IIL with Panhellenic, sponsors a dance each spring. ieamm CH LEARY One: l-lzirlan Flint, Bill Wintcrhutiom, Chuck Gzissowziy, I-lugh Hillcury, jim Pulte. Raw Two: A1 Oldham, jerry Russell, Arlcy Husk, jim I-Ioughten, Bill Thompson im stiff, Bud Cushing. ' 167 .32 'FM AUD OFFICERS President: Buzz BIRKELO 171666-P7'6.S'iCIC'71t! JOHN ROCKET1' Secretary: MIKE BESIIAW Treaszarer: JIM KING Victor Arnold Gil Arroyo Buzz Birkclo Harry Birkclo Robert Cicsicl Ed Hagen Arlcy lflusk Warren Martin Hal Mercer Don Rudy john Rockctt Fidel Tabct jim Warne Hall?-time activities at the fall football games were highlighted by "Louie the Lobo," the human mascot dreamed up by the Delta Sigs. The Delta Sigs also had a social year highlighted by their Carnation Ball in December where Marihelen Williamson, A D Pi, was crowned queen. The annual Sailor's Ball was held in the spring. Members who were active on campus were Arby F' Husk, SUB committeeg Buzz Birkelo, Student Council, Chairman for AFROTC Food for the Needy drive, and Chairman of the College Sing. Delto 'Sigma Phi OFFICERS President: JOHN .IAs1115k Vice-jJresicle11t: Bon S'1'11f1f Secrelrwy: CHUCK IQANDALI First Row: Roger Bailey, Kenneth Boliin, A. E. Brewster, Tod Carleton, Charles E. Randall, jack Chansteur, Dick Christy. Second Rom: Bruce Corycll, Cliff Crader, john D. Folsom, Roger Green, john jasper, john Kennedy, Lislon Leyendccker. Third Row: George L. Manu, Elliott Mozee, Spencer Platt., David l.. Reynolds, Hugo D. Rockctt, William Sanford, Bill Seese. Fourllt Row: William Edward Smith, Bob Still, John 'l':1ul, James R. Walker, Dale Yilipson. A lot of hard work gave the K.A.'s second place in the Hoineconiing house decorations for their "Drag'nP" theme. Socially, the fall semester was highlighted by the annual Winter Formal held at the I-lilton. Kappa Alpha had the highest lfraternity seholastic average for 1Q5O-lQ51, and Bill Seese received one ol: the two national scholarships given by the Kappa Alpha Order in 1952. Members ol' the lraternity have belonged to the following organizations during the past year: Khatali, Vigilantes, LCILCYIHCIIYS Club, several campus connnittees, and many honorary profes- sional fraternities. Five nlenibers represent various organizations in the Student Senate. John llaspar is both chapter president and president of the Sophomore Class, and Roger Bailey is vice- president of l.l1'.C. Kcappo Alpha Yvl -ii KZ OFFICERS Presiflcnt: BARRY BARNES Vice-president: 101-1N LEONHARD Seorezary: Hmucus LETKEMANN T1'8tlS1L7'61'I CONRAD DowN1Nc .Q-ur . i i I I I i Firxl Row: Donald Anderson, Barry P. Third Row: John Mamas: Gerald MC' Burnus, Ii' D. Barnes' Conrad lgowning' Coy, Robert YV. NICYEI-, WVZIIICI' Nl01'g3.l'l, Don Ducoif, M. A. Dunaway, jack Eaton. Second Row: Charles W. Gay, Bill Nuier, C. VVolcott Parker, Ralph J. Rainey. Fourllz Row: john A. Craig lflcffclman, Don Hunter, John Sdmfflflfl Robert Schooleyf Charles j. Lconhnrd, l-Ierkus XV. V. Letkemnnn, Scott' Paul Seward' Robert Bruce Shan' ner, Jay Therald Tennyson, Bill Thompson. Fifth Row: Richard L. lVest, Ule Arthur White, Denny Willis. Don Litchfield, Grunt Logan. As a group the Kappa Sigs took on several projects during the year. They made toys for the children at the Cerebral Palsy Day School during Christmas, helped with the Easter Seal sale, and donated blood to the Red Cross. The boys also had quite a social yearg they gave a winter formal, Casa Lopez dance, and their Stardust Ball. At Homecoming the brothers won Hrst place in house dec- orations. Outstanding wearers of the scarlet, white and green were Sam Suplizio, King of Heartsg J. D. Coggins, commerce councilg Bob Shanner, Sigma Delta Chi. Koppo Sigma 178 AA OFFICERS Presiflent: LAROY KNOTT Vice-jn'csz'cle11.n: STAN JOHNSON Secretary: IVIALCOLNI WILLIAMS '1"rea.Yu1'w': Bon SPAHR Bill Dilworlh Lnlioy Knott john ll. Lewis Burdette H. lylnrxin R. j. Spnhr Kent Werner Gccsm Williams Mnlriolm Williznns The Lambda Chis, although a small group, are deiinitely known on campus. They held several radio shows last fall along with the other Greek groups. The men celebrated their Founders Day with a banquet at La Placita on March 22 and in May they held a Southwest conclave in El Paso. Lombdo Chi Alpha OFFICERS President: PAT CARROLL Vice-president: JACK 1lYAN Secrelary: Foluzy SMITH 'l'1'easzwe1': BOB STUART A9 .. s .1. gf, 13,1 II: N' 'fix V. N. o I , . - . F L -. 5 .f r f .J' A' W i First Raw: Herb Ashby, Peter B. liirlclle, Phil Bowhay, Fred Brian, TOll1.lly Burns, Roger Byrnes, Gilbert Carroll. Sevond Row: Pat Carroll, Ben Case, l'll1I'0l.ll R. Clark, George Dolen, jack Elms, jay D. Fisher, Harlan Flint. Third Row: Clark B. Funk, jim Gilbert, Frank Gruver, Thomas Ielail, Robert Ingersoll, Alf johnson, john Kcefe. Fourth Row: Rudy Klelnschmidt, jack Kuhn, jerry D. Matkins, Ross A. McCallister, Cameron McKenzie, Henry L. Parkinson, E. W. Peirce. Fifth Row: jerry Rhodes, Stewart Rose III, jack Ryan, Forrest Smith, Robert Stuart, David R. Ward, jim Woodman. The Phi Delis had another OlllSl21IlCllIlg year i11 1951-1952. In December they celebrated their filth anniversary on the UNM campus which was clilnaxed by the annual Blue and White Ball. Also included in the social season were the Half lforrnal, a Suppressed Desire Dance, a swimming party, and open houses. The wearers of the sword and shield CEIIIIC out on top on their Hornecoming float and in the fall was intramural swimming and fraternity basketball. They also YVOII the 1952 Slllllt Night. Outstanding members of the fraternity were Jack Ryan, Khatali and Student Councilg Pat Carroll, cultural comtnitteeg Bob Stuart, Student Courtg John Keefe, l,LlbllClllLlO11S Board: Cameron McKenzie, Vigilzmtes presidentg Felix Briones, Freshman class president. Phi Della Theta 177 'E N g Y FQ in N L. ' ' , 1.1.5, , 1 GP OFFICERS President: JACK COOGAN KT Vice-president: NORMAN GENTA Scc1'eta1'y: GLENN STOLER Treasurer: ROGER ARTLIQLY A . Duane Aldous William A. Alfzmn Roger Arllcy joel Burr Del Calhoun jack Coogan Don L. Devcre Eclwartl Driscoll . R. Gilbert Fitzgerald Salvatore Gzilioro Frank B. Garcia Norman Genta john Hillis Richard M. Kelly jack Kidd Dick Leurig William F. Marlin Ernest L. Pogue Glenn Stollcr Robert Sturtcvanl. Bill Winlerbotloni The local chapter of Phi Tau was chartered in 1948. The Phi Taus walked off with the second place trophy this year for Stunt Night with their minstrel show. Various social events of the fraternity during the year were the Red Carnation ball in December, the Spring Dream Girl Formal, dances with sororities and several fraternity outings. A new function held this year was the costume ball held jointly with Sigma Phi Iipsilons and TKES. A new house is to be built this summer for the Phi Taus. BMOCS were: Eddie Driscoll, Student Body Presidentg jack Coogan, president of Mesa Vista Dormg Don Devere, Homecoming Chairmang Dick Leurig, publications board. Phi Koppel Tou IT OFFICERS P'resirIent: DUDLEY CORNELL K Vice'jn'csident: FRANK MCMINN Sec1'etm'y: Bon ERNST 'l'1'easure1': EUGENE Box 4.2 E3 cb Thomas W. Avery jerry Bcllner Eugene L. llox Bernie Brown Billy D. Brown Dudley E. Cornell William M. Currie B. J. Dollnhon Robert H. Ernst Edward Fitzgerald Curtis I-Inrclison Gwinn Bnb I-Icnry Charles Hill Randy l-Iolt S. P. johnson Len Mayer Frank McMinn C. G. Monroe Al Oldham Ed Smith R. W. Waggener J. V. YVesmway The big event for the Pi K 'As is their Dream Girl formal which is held in December.. This year Joan Anderson, Chi O, was crowned Dream Girlg she was attended by Nancy Rhodes. Theta, and Helen Woodward, Pi Phi. The Pikes also held their High Jinx costume dance in january which was given by their fall pledge class. In the spring they celebrated Founder's Day by three days of festivities. The Pikes came out in first place in intramural track in the fall. Important mem- bers were jo McMinn, Sub Committeeman and chairman of the Book Store Committee, and Bernie Brown, jack of Hearts. I Pi Koppo Alpha A 1. -Q 1 manuiamgf B F? sg L.,.- A OFFICERS President: HARQLD BROCK Vice-11re.s'izIzfnt.' BRUCE Pmrnns Secrelzzry: BILL SAMPLE Trea.mv'e1': Al, EISENBERG l- !-, -i S 1 x Ir 'F .nag kj Alf P. - xL..... 1 - X 'FI'- if A' 182 - , , 1 l l D Firxl lfmv: David Agnew, jack N, Benson, jr., l'I2ll'0lCl Brock, Glen Campbell, Robert ClCll1lllCl1SCl1, Dan Darrow, Robert R. Dowds. Second Row: Al Eisenberg, Robert Elder, Bill Genlry, Ken Katter, Albert Lucas, Walter Martin, Paul McCarnent, Third Row: Herbert L. McCullough, Robert G. Norflcel. Ron Norman, Bruce Pielers, Dick Ransom, Robert Rosecn, Frank Seyferlich. Fourth Row: George Shaffer, Henry Shatkin, Noel Sorrell, Victor Slzirncs, joseph Stefanie, Ricl1ard Zemke, Andre. The SAE house was opened this fall. The brothers experienced their first rush in their own chapter home-the third to be added to fraternity row on Mesa Vista Road. The SAE's had two big dances during the year, the winter formal at the El Fidel and the spring Calypso dance. They also had several house dances and entertained various sororities. Prominent SAE's during the year were Dan Darrow, varsity basketball, Bob Norlieet, junior Class president, Al Eisen- berg, Bruce Pieters, Bob Norileet, Khatalig Harold Brock, Student Council. Sigmo Alpha Epsilon 183 B is Fifi ZX OFFICERS President: .IIIVI 11ITCI'IIE Vice-1J1'e,videnl.' CHARLES Cusl-imc Secretary: BILL SIMI-Kms 7"r'casu1'e':': Bois HYLAND 6 135 . J Q ' . 'fl ,M Firxl Row: llarry J. Blythe, D. E. Florrmce, Robert Grinslade, james C, Hall. Fred J. Herlocker, Hugh W Hillemy Robert C Hyland Second Row: Philip lf. Kennedy, jr., Roland Kool, john W. Large, Robert R. Neel, Don Ratcliff, Paul D. Shodal, Richard E Smith Third Row Amos Stone, William Swenson, jim Tucker, R. J. Walpole, Robert E. White, Arthur A. Willis, Jr., Spencer Wilson The Sigma Chis made history last fall by pledging 47 men-about one-third of the fall rushees. In December their Black and White formal was held at the chapter house and Joyce Cheetham, Chi Omega, was crowned Sweet heart olf Sigma Chi. Also in the social whirl were the spring formal, Klondike Dance, and the Halloween dance put on by the pledges. The Sigs also woi ked at St. Anthony's Orphanage and the Good Shepherd Refuge during the year. In january Sigma Chi was host to their Rocky Mountain province chapter oliicers convention. Outstanding members of the fraternity were Bob Neel, Khatali and AFROTC company commanderg Bill Swenson and Phil Kennedy, basketball teamg Hugh Hilleary, Wardroom presidentg ohn Large, UNM drum major, jim Tucker, Lobo managing editor. Sigmo Chi Q. 49 OFFICERS President: JACK ERIWATINGER Vice-ibresidcnt: DARRliI.L DAVIDSON Secretary: JACK BOLANDER Treasurer: JIM BERGIN james S. Bcrgin jack C. Bolnnddr Darrell Davidson john j. Ermaiinger Chuck Gnssziway James AI. Lamb Jack E. McClelland James W . Houghten Jim Parsons The fall semester found Sigma Phi Epsilon in the midst of reorganizing the New Mexico Alumni Association and taking part in Homecoming celebra- tion. A Christmas spirit was evident when the boys entertained orphans from St. Anthony's home. The spring calendar was highlighted by the French Apache dance and the Queen of Hearts formal ball. To balance social affairs wit.h charitable service was the 1952 aim of the Sig Eps. Outstanding members of the fraternity who held ofhces during the year were: jack Bolander, editor of the Navy Sunlineg Darrell Davidson, top scoring marksman on the Navy rifle teamg Jack Ermatinger, treasurer of Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalism honoraryg Chuck Gassaway, presi- dent of IFCg .lim Houghten, member of IFC judiciary committee. Sigma Phi Epsilon E. C. Bostater Thomas DeWolE Harvey Engel . Richard E. Greenleaf Wlfillis Kisselburg Gerald Levine Tom Lief John C. Lilly H. R. MacDougall Wayne Maxwell James C. Pulte jack Rosenberg ' David Segal Robert G. Tresner ' john Whalen The Tekes, finishing their second year on campus, had quite a social year. After each football game last fall they entertained guests with open houses. In the spring the boys had their Red Carnation Ball, and Ellen Hill was crowned Sweetheart of TKE. In the field of philanthropics, each member of the fraternity gave blood to the Red Cross drive. The TKE's also came out on top in league two of the bowling tourney. BMOCS were Dick Greenleaf, student courtg Gerry Levine, NIIRAGE sports editorg Gene Bostater, president of Alpha Kappa Psi. TAU KAPPA EPSILON Q .J pn rfs 4 vAsK0" SKYLINE C0NFEnENCE 1 E lagstaff New Mexico's grid season opened with a rout of Flagstaff by piling up a 55-6 win. The game was a warmup for the entrance into the rugged Sky-line conference. Chuck Hill and Marv McSmith led the offensive, with Hill scoring three times, and Glen Campbell going over for another two touch- downs. Coach Dud DeGro0t's single-wing attack rested upon McSmith, Hill, Campbell and Cox. Flagstaffs lonely tally came in the fourth period came from an interception and four downs. The game was witnessed by 10,000 win-hungry spectators, who saw scoring in every quarter. The longest run of the evening was a 48 yard run by Glenn Campbell. 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The lone Lobo tallies came in the first and last quarters. A pass from Chuck Hill to Dick Brett for four yards got the initial marker. I-Iill went 78 yards on a pass from Bobby Arnett to wind up the scoring. It was Tech's fourteenth victory in sixteen outings against New Mexico. Utah State Aggies The final game of the season was a conference game with the Utah Aggies of Fort Logan. New Mex- ico was Hghting to keep out of the Skyline conference cellar. Again listed as underdogs, the Lobos came back in a Ilasli of life to end the season with a 17 to 13 victory over tl1e Utags. Hill gained 12 3 yards rushing and passed for 32 yards. Mike Prokopiak was responsible for ll of the 17 points the Lobos received. New Mexico Hnislied the 1951 football schedule seventh out of eight places in the rugged Skyline conference. Coach Dud DeGroot did a good job with the Lobosg we all look forward to a great football season in 1952. ' A? I , -r ix ,--' Q '.'v f ,1 W ,. ,. 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Ig I 4' Q68 1 xi , 'I . .a"f5Qi' ,+, .gfl ,- N - . 4-L 7L" lw,:1 V-'I ,Ab L ,Q i w-- .-' X "1 ,jggq '-. X - -nm,-.iyqaa ri i , V f. .,f ii , ,. ,.- P, . 5, , ,W .I A F'5F.ai:1"'--Q - '. A ' ' ' D -. ,N I 1 J , - , NC- - ' '- 55 gg," I . rm- 1 ' A. ' l MMN The UNM swimming team, limited to only one Skyline Conference engagement, wound up in fourth place in the conference championships in Laramie, Wyo., in March. Coached by Bob Titchenal, the swimmers were victorious in their only other two meets, against the New Mexico Military Institute, and look forward to full participation in the Skyline Conference in 1952-53. :eb 1 . is-2-af., 212 men were hampered by cold weather and high , winds in early condition - ing drills and Coach Titch ,. .. V. . enal was forced to work Mu ' .. pool. Garretson. '1- Headed by lettermen John Choyce, Stewart Rose and ' Jim VVoodman, Lobo mer from the sidelines in 1 parka while the team members retreated to the heated waters of the UNM Making up the IQ52 squad were Choyce, Woodman Rose, Ed Smith, Berme Brown, Bob Roseen Lou Lash, Don Acree and Rod TENN S pq . Having one of its best seasons in many years, the University tennis tea1n entered late spring competition with only one defeat on its record after eight matches. In Skyline Conferenre play, the Lobos lost their hrst match of the year to a powerful Denver University combination, 5-4, but then went on to defeat Mfyoming, 6-3, 5-4, and down Colorado ARM three times, each time by the same margin, 8-1. They were successful in non-conference competition, too, mauling Tempe, 7-o, and then downing Texas Mfestern 5-2. The pre-season resignation of Coach Steve Vidal put the Lobos under the tutelage of George "Blanco" Mlhite, under whose guidance they seemed l.o prosper. Spearhead of the Lobo attack was senior Bruce Pieters, playing No. 1, but steady play from inhabitants of the lower rungs of the ladder providetl the necessary margin of victory in many cases. Rounding out the squad were George Mann, Paul Butt, Norman Genta, john Taul, Sonny Montoya, Dave Leonard, Bruce VVilson, and Fred McCracken. X "Al ou--.Ag -- 214 IILF jim Frost Coach, john Dear l'l'l Jsdtllaf-Q4 Paul Halter A1 Boyd . WJ, 1.5 ,- . -, Bolstered by the addition of a pair of talented freshmen, Bobby Lee and Wayne Tucker, the University's track team Sl1OlA'Cd signs of being one ol' tl1e best in the history of the school in the early spring. Triumpliunt in their first dual meet, za 70-61 defeat ol' Denver University, Lobo thinclnds dropped their second encounter in 21 close match with Wyoming, tigijg to 61 2f3. ln non-conference competition, Mfollpztck tracksters took a second place in ri triangular meet with Texas Tech and I'lZll'CllIl-Slll1Il1Ol1S at Lubbock in the early season and a six-man traveling squad earned a fourth in the 4.40-yd relay at the an- nual Colorado Relays in April. Outstanding performers, other than Lee and Tucker, were Ross Black, Roger Cox, Ed Smith, Ernest San- chez, Don Anderson and Dick Brett. 4. I . N. W v. ...wi s .5 EIN" .. f g'.s1,f7 , . T... 1. ., 215 l TRAMU 11.59, ,AP N, INTRAMURAL COUNCIL Seated: Bob Tresner, Bill Chavez, Dale Wipson, Wayne Maxwell, jack Wytoych, Bob Cheshire, jim Hall, Lewis Faulkner, Larry I-logrefe, Dick Ransom. Pl KAPPA ALPHA TRACK TEAM: Dick Greenleaf, Ted Rolf, Dale Wysson. Frank McMinn, Gwinn Henry, Ed Smith Dick Rogers, Bill McLaughlin, Slcvc Davis, Bob Schumacher, jo McMinn. ll' 216 'C-' x 'Lf 1--v J -1 -'J Q - -. v .J ALPHA EPSILON llAslun1'n,u.i, 'I'mm: Row One: Bob Rosecn, Bob Dowds, Al Eisenberg. Row Two: joseph Stefanie, Henry Shntkin, Bruce Picters, Ben Holmes, " Fred M cCruckcn. Jim Cunningham, SAE, Hzmdbznll Sigma Chi Tennis: Joe Hall, Paul Butt 19 N 'aff .5-, kwa. 4 1 A '- fi U , F wc, 1 , . v nf' -' 1 . 0 " vi . 5 ' iff f N . ' i 1 li l. ,K.....:,. N, ,,,,- ' .A I, . r f ' if W- 43' f 4 217 C 'Qu P141 D1:L'1',1 T111a'1'A Sw11w1M1Nc 'I'11AM: Rod Dnnagan, Cameron Mckenzie, Rod Garretson, Alf johnson, john Clatworthy, Danny Clark. Navy ROTC Sigma Alpl1a lips Sigma Chi ...... Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Delta Theta Air Force ROTC Della Sigma Phi . Kappa Sigma .Phi Kappa Tau Civil Engrs .... Kappa Alpha .. jerboans ....... Tau Kappa Eps . POINT STANDING TOWARD Tl-IE ALL-UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONSHIP, TO DATE, MAY 1ST, 1952 QFollowing includes all sports cxccpt for Softball which is 11ow in progrcssj Pts. Pls .. 6431A l11clcpC11cIc11t A. C. 124 ,,, .. Gogw Sigma l'l1i lips ... ll6 , . 48.-IM Baptisl Student U 110 ... 4802K De Anza Club ..... 110 .. 385W Geology Clnlm . .. go , . , , . . 339 Bcacl1ct0111l1e1's . . . . 68 . 287 Pretzels ....... 48 . 228 Ncwinan Club 42 ... .. IQSW Law College .... .. 36 . . . 166 Gismos ............. 34 149 Lznnlxla Cl1i Alpha 32 . . lggyz l'l1armacy College 3 l3O FIRST PLACE WINNERS Q'I'ca11'1 Sporlsj Swimming-Phi DelLa Theta Vollcyhall-Signia Chi Tennis-Sigma Chi Rillc Co111pcLillo11-NROTC 'lvl'1lCk Mccl fSp1'i11gj I'i Kappa Flag Football-NROTC Fall Track Meet-Pi Kappa Alpha Basketball-Sigma Alpha Eps Ili lllllll Relay-Air ROTC Golf Q4 l1l1lll 'VIICZIIIIB -NROTC Bowling-Sigma Alpha Eps S0flb21ll- 1 Alpha 9 afure 0 4 x 1 i H1106 2 'HHN 241 NNW Wm IWW QWUMKI W4 Ulu. H.. 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XX 94 ,WWW -, 'IPP' 1 1 fx X ,L flu f nge. gi' 4- 1, x 3 'V 2 E5 F x ffg 2A,5,11.'.-Qkcfkgifq , X 1.9, X N 'HA , c' ' N, : n I 4' X l' ' X 3 x 1 2- 'Jw cn:-, . X J Ely - x i 314 J V. .xv e '- ' isa .- 91 '54, K f ,ll A1 v N . i If 'f L.,-S3521 ' -1 ?i'3':?'f A ,M a ny'- Vwu.. 11. , I 4 D' + I 1 s. ' - 3-. 4 s ..- 4' :vL?9'?i1 A t -A Opening the season olf major plays at Rodey was "Liliorn,,' one ol: the great love stories of the modern theatre. lfVritten by Ferene Mol- nar, Hldiilfllllu starred Barbara Eager jones and jim Morley. The fantasy of the carnival barker and a servant girl well illustrated the dramatic talents ol' the Rodey players. The "Silver Whistle" relates the tale of a happy-go-lucky hobo who gains entrance into an old peoples home under false pretenses. Carrying a birth eertihcate which he dug out ol' a trash can, the hobo, Oliver Erwenter, claims he is 77 years old. Don Chilcott as Oliver persuades the elderly people to forget their years and ills with his tales ol' world wide adventure. "Two Blind Mice," a good-natured farce by Samuel Spewak satirizing NVashington bureauc- racy, opened December 4. I-lelen Camp and Diane Clarke charniingly portrayed the two old ladies who continue to operate a government Ollite ol' Seeds and Standards though it has actually been abolished. A hot-ticker newspaper- man, played by Roland R. Schweinberger, steps in to help the shy, retiring women, and with his "secret operation" concoction turns the ollice into a bedlani, involving military and state department big shots in its red tape. nf- J We wa-. A ga viva .cr V ego lu 1 EL' :X E1 V 11, :Q lxluliu I ' J' ., 1 . , , - :.L V . p 1 gif 9?'3?5fLf'f5' 11' " 'uigfjj . 3 , Er: 1 1 I-ug, : 5:1 t A 5 53- v .f-., ff , rv V I V-V .4 lg f uiflh . Ty 'F PF 4 I i f.. ,N V Q? o xx, Sv svg '- L Q I , : I , . , Q7 1-. 41,-..114' A .5 . as-1,-. f: --fg-.1-5-' 1' 1---"gg, ......- Y Y xg' E 'S vm N v-- N, 17: ' ' I AA K . S 'f lyme? - S gtk. 'jug Mozart's opera, "The Marriage of Figaro," was produced after a year of work by the Music depart- ment with technical aid from the Drama depart- ment. Directing the 14 soloists was jane Snow, while Kurt Frederick conducted the 2 5-piece or- chestra. "The Marriage of Figaro," based on the play by Beaumarchais, is the story of the political issues which became causes of the French Revolu- tion. Soloists in this elaborate production were Dr. William Cohenour, Mrs. Cohenour, john Large, Marilyn Langmeyer, Leo Romero, Patricia Blake, Robert Brown, Carolyn Milheim, Pat Dickson, Neil Wilson, Barbara McLean, jean Wilson, and Barbara Williams. G S ' l'1.nnsL W1ll1 un M nssclos, just out of Ins uvenucs, h rs l3Clf01ITlCd muh most of the IIIIIJOILJUL symphony orclleslras on the eastern SCillJ02ll'll, and has :lppeznrecl at Carnegie Hull in addiliou Lo other lending concert surges. Called the "poem of the keyboard," Massclos presented a verszuile progrzun on the Cultural series in December. Dr. Franz J. Polgar, Lelepalhist and bypnolisL exu'uordinury, is one enteruriner who puts his audience Lo sleep i11lCI1llOl12ll1y. Audiences gasp zu this menlzrl wizard who reads your mind, puts you Lo sleep, and can find any hidden object. 1-lis March pC1'fO1'lll2lllCC was all Lhat the audience had hoped il would be. The L:1Sulle Quartet, which uppezlred on czun- pus in November, is composed of four 1nen who are young in enthusiasm and mature in ucllievement. The group was formed in 1946 at the Juilliard School of Music. The varied musical training and experience of these young musicians bring the best of European and All1Cl'iCZlll 1l1llSlCllll1Sl'1iP to Lhe ensemble. 1 v -Q 0 Elizabeth Bowen, Irish-English novelist, essayist, and poet, who has been compared with the greatest writers of England and America, has written a book of critical es- says "Collected Impressions" which is con- sidered by many critics to be the most concise treatment. a novelist's approach to writing ever published. In October she spoke on "The Writer's Role in tl1e Atomic Age," as part of the UNM program series. After only ten years in the music business, Theodore Uppman has reached the top in creating the title role in Benjamin Britton's newest opera "Billy Budd." He has played in both opera and musical comedy and has been the winner of the Atwater Kent Audi- tions Contest and the Gainsborough Award. The University of New Mexico had the privilege of hearing Mr. Uppman on Febru- ary 26. . 243 Brown, Billy D., 75, 116, 181 Aaron, Joe, 111, 140 Abbot, Pat, 149 Abeyta, Narciso, 129 Ackermann, Ernest, 118 Adams, Jane, 75, 113, 163 Adams, R. E., 75 Adkins, Harold, 75 Adler, Holly, 81, 161 Agnew, David, 75, 118, 183 Albers, Norma, 87 Aldous, Alan, 87 Aldous, Duane, 75, 179 Alfano, William, A., 52, 116, 179 Alfidi, Jeannette, 166 Allen, Eulalie, 87 fader Aulill, Kenneth, 122 Avalos, Rebecca, 81, 178 Avellano, Ted, 133 Avery, Thomas, 81, 181 Avis, Avis, Margaret, 81, IOS, 149 Virginia, 87, 149 Babb, Bud, 1 1 1 Baca, Dolly, 133 Baca, Ernest, 87 Baca, Pauline, 81, 108, 133, 148 Baca, Viola, 87, 138 Bachicha, Frank, 87, 133 Baggett, Bill, 71 Bailey, Randall, 66 Allen, M. R., 75 Allinger, Richard, 52, 116, 117, 123 Allott, Alwyn, 75 Allyn, Bobbie, 81, 108, 163, 231 Altuna, Cecilia, 52, 148 Anlsden, Diana, 75 Anderson, Carole, 87 Anderson, Donald, 75, 106, 129, 173 Anderson, Henry, 116 Anderson, Joan, 52, 157 Anderson, Pat, 148 Anderson, W111. Roy, 52 Ange, Margaret, 87 Ange, Martha, 81, 163 Anthes, Barbara, 81 Apodaca, Man11el, 52 Archibald, Charles, 75, 117 Archibeque, john, 72 Archuleta, Ida, 87 Archulcta, Louis, 52 Armijo, Juanita, 87, 138 Armstrong, Augustus, 52 Armstrong, G. Lee, 75 Armstrong, WVZITBII, 126 Arnold, Alvin, 87 Arnold, Victor, 87, 169 Arnsmeyer, Perl Lee, 87 Arroyo, Gil, 52, 169 Artley, Roger, 52, 118, 179 Ashby, Herbert, 52, 126, 177 Ashby, Russell, 87 Ashlock, Tyson, 1 17 Asper, Arthur, 87 Aston, Lincoln, 87 Bailey, Roger, 52, 171 Baird, Pat, 75, 165 Baldwin, jane, 52, 107, 139, Ball, S11e, 87 Balling, Claire, 81, 163 Baltz, Keith R., 52 Barber, Irene, 87 Barking, Frank, 87 Barnes, Barry, 52, 129, 173 Barnes, R. D., 53, 173 Barnes, William L., 53 Barnl1art, Elbert G., 72 Barreras, Marian, 75 BZ1l'l'lIlg'Cl', Bill, 87 Barrow, Leo L., 71, 122 Bartlett, Peggy, 53, 166 Bartlett, Wandzx, 53, 148 Barton, Hallie, 147 Batson, Mildred, 87 Baum, Elllllll, 87, 1.18 Baumgartner, Leon, 75 Bawuah, RlChIllDllCl, 75 Beach, Joan, 53, 149 Beals, Gary, 87 Beck, Guy R., 53, 119 Beckham, Darl, 123 Beeken, Joanna, 87 Begay, Louella. 75 Beller, George, 87, 125 Bellner, jerry, 75, 133, 181 Bender, Halley, 53, 130, 147, 15 Bennett, Don, 137, 140 Bennett, Elizabeth, 87 Bennett, Evaughn, 75, 166 151 7 Bennett, Gypsy jo, 53, 107, 161, 226 Be11so11, jack N., 53, 183 Benton, Carolyn, 81, 159 Benton, Duane, 87 Benton, William H., 53, 118 Bentzen, Frzineis, 72 Berg, Harry, 72 Bergin, .IZUIICS S., 53. 187 Berkheitner, H. Alle11, 53, 119, 1211 Bernstein, A1'tl111r, 75, 117, l2'f, 131 Bett, Marcin, 148 Bcverstock, Marty, 9, 81, 155 Biddle, Peter, 81, 109, 177 Birkelo, Harry, 87, 1oo, 169 Birkelo, Ralph, 75, 169 Blade, Gordon, 126 Blagg, Carolyn, 87 Blanc, M:1ryjo,53, 157 Blender, Marion, 81 Blonsky, Paul, 127 Blo0111, Pat, 75, 166 Bl111ne11l'eld, Art, 127 Blytl1e, Barry, 81, 185 Bonn, Willian1, 81 Bo:1trigl1t, Virgil, 87 Boe, Roger W., 81 Boclnting, joe, 75 Bollin, Kenneth, 75, 116, II7, l7l B0l1lllllCl',.I21Ck C., 53, 150, 187 B0lto11, Howard, 72 Bongard, Phyllis, 81, 121 Boroughs, Lenore B., 53 Boroughs, William, 53, 126 Brett, Dick, 132 Brewster, Albert E., 53, 171 Brian, Fred, 81, 177 Bridges, Corbett, 75 Briggs, Phyllis, 54, 128, 166 Briggs, Viola, 75 Briones, Felix, 87, 98, 145 Brock, Harold. 54, 100, 142, 183, 22 Brotnberg, Vivian, 81, 127 Brooks, jxnnes, 119, 124 Brown, Adele, 87 Br0w11, Barbara, S7 Brown, Be1'1'1ard, 75, 181, 233 Brown, Beverly, 87 Brown, james, 87 Brown, john E., 74 Bl'0Wl'l, Marietta, 81, 166 Brown, Marshall, 75 Bl'0Wll, Ralph, 87 Brown, Trudy, 87, 133 Browning, F. L., 81 Boslater, Eugene C., 53, 106, 116, 123, 125, 188, 223 Botwinis, Gladys, 81, 136, 165 Boucher, M. T., 74 Bourbonia, Betty jean, 75, 153, 232 Bowhay, Phil, 75, 177 Bowie, Stun, 117 Bown, Martha, 87 Bowron, Walter, 53 Box, Eugene, 72, 181 Boyd. Phil, 119, 124 Boyd, Tom, 81 Boysen, Ursula, 53 Brasher, jerry, 150 Braunstein, Harry, 81 Brennecke, Jnlanne, 87 Bruening, james, 87 Bruhn, Beverly, 81, 149 Bruncll, Herbert, 87 Brush, Burdine, 81, 148 Brutsehe, Ralph, 145 Bryant, Mary 'I-lltfllllil, 87, 138, 146, 147 Buchan, Robert, 87 BllCll2lll1ill, Erin, 87, 121, 130 Buchttnan, Homer, 74 BlllllkCllS, Henry, 81 Blllfllillll, Keith, 81 B11rk,l'l1yllis,81, 153 Burke, Mary E., 75, 150, 157 Burleson, Lo11ic, 81, 165 Burns, Robert, 87, 177 Blll'llS, T0m1ny, 81 Burr, joel, 81, 179 Btnrton, David, 87 Burton, Francis C., 54, 119, 124 Burwell, Rodney, 54, 120 Bush, Elaine, 87, 146 Businger, Jo, 87 Butler, A11na, 122 Butler, W. V., 75, 113 B11tt, Marilyn, 88, 149 Butz, Clarence, 1211 yerly, Betty, 22, 54, 121, 125, 138. 148, 227 yerly, Elton, 88, 113 YFIICS, Roger, 81, 177 acciato, Charles, 126 adinan, Harriet, 54, 149 aine, Barbara, 88, 127 alhonn, Del, 81, 109, 179 aligure, joseph R., 54 alki11s, lleverlee Rae, 54 alkins, Ronnie, 88, 98 alloway, Mary joe, 81, 149, 165 arneron, jo Rene, 54, 159, 228 amp, Helen, 54 amphell, Glenn, 75, 106, 183 alnpbell, I-Ierhert, 75, llg ainpbell, john, 75 ampos, S. E., 74, 141 andelaria, Criss, 133 antelou, Lo11is, 54 1ll'lCl0l'I,'l'0Il, 81, 171 a1'ln1a1'k,joa1111c, 88 arlson, Elvin, l20 afllllil, Ruth, 81, IOS, 112, 127 arn11l1:111, jack, 88 arrel, Hannnel, lrll arroll, Gilbert, 81, 129, 177 arroll, Henry P., 54. arroll, Pat, 54, 1113, 177 arson, Marilyn, 88 IIFSOII, Myron K,, 54 artcr, Frank, 81 arter, lVl1ll'g2ll'Cl,54, 148 asc, Ben, 81, 177 asey, Pat, 148 astillo, Gloria, 81, 155 astillo, j. j., 81 astillo, Rodolfo, 55 ella, Isabel, 81, IOS, 139, 155 haltlbcrlain, Betty, 81, 122 llIllI'llJCl'lLllll, Ken, 117, 144 l1illlllJCl'lllll'l, Ted, 55 Ihaplin, Williznn, 88 lhansteur. john, 55, 116, 171 llillllilllllfl, Mary, 81, 161 .havez, Alfred, 72 1havez,llill, 133 Thavez, Charles, 711, 141 ,havez, Da11, 88 havez, Pablo, jr.. 55 heetham, joyce, 55, IO7, I57 hello, Aleck, 136 hen, Chi-Ln, 72 1lICSllll'C, llelty, 88, 133, 166 .hcshire, Bob, 133 hess, l.i11da, 81, 163, 232 hess, Viola, 55, 163 .hiad0, Paul, 55, 133 .hilders, Evanghn, 166 Ihoyce, Cynthia, 8, 55, 146, 159, 228 .hoyce, john, 18, 116. llll'lSlCl1SCl1, Edna, 88 hristy, Richard S., 55, l7I Jhnrch, lulllgll. 82 iesiel, Robert, 55, 169 iofalo, Philip, 118 'lark, Danford, 75 ,lark, Diane. 55, 155 .lark, Harold, 75, 177 'lark, R2lylllDIlfl, 55, 126 larke, Karle, 72 llatworthy, john, 132 lClTllllCllSCll, Robert, 55, 183 li11e, Gladys, 55, 163 .line, Marion, jr., 55, 150 oan, 101111 V., 74 oggins, j. D., 125, 129 ohen, Dorothy, 55 ohen, Frank, 88, 127 ole1na11, james, 88 0II'll7l0l'l, Ed, 119 OIIDOY, Ed, 117 C011ley, Molly, IOS, 133 Co11110lly, Da11iel, 85 C0n11or, Clarence, 88 Cook, Lewis, 88 Cook, Richard B., 55, l23 Cook, Woodrow, l-11 Co0gan,j0l1n S., 55, 131, 179 Cooney, Phyllis, 85 Cooper, Vera, 88, 166 Corbin, I.01'r:1ine, 149 Corhns, Burton, 75 Cordova, lletty Lon, 9, 88, 133 Cordnm, Alfred, 72 Cor11, Betty jane, 82, 130, 146, 159 Cornell, Callierine, 75, 181 CCDl'llCll, DllKllCj', 85, 181 Cortez, Manuel, 133 Coryell, Bruce, 75, 171 Cottinghaln, Ed, 122 C0llll'lgl'lZllll, jackie Lo11, 88, 149 Cotton, 'l'0ll'l, 55 C0llSlilllll, Mary Ethel, 82, IO8, 157 Cowles, jean, 75, 139 Cox, Helen, 82, ltljl, 159, 230 Cox, jacqneline, 75, 100, 161 Cox, Roger, 75, 129 Cozzens, Barbara jo, 55, 153 Crader, Clillord, 75, 132, 171 Craig, FTJIIICCS, 56, 107, 139, 144, 149 Craig, Terry, 82, 146, 151, 157 Cravens, Lamar, 88 Crawford, Carl, 75 Cl'IlWfOlitl, Dale, 88 Crego, Byron, 88 Creveling, Letitia, 82, 102, 108, 146, 165 Cffllllll, john, 56, 119 Crow, Alfred, 76 Cudahac, Sara jane, 76, 163 C11n1111i11s, Rita, 76, 105, 133, 150, 153 ClIlll1lllgllZl.lll, Barb, 88, 133, 165 Clllllllllghlllll, Betty, 76, 133, 163 C111111ingha1n, Palsy, 88 Cnpples, Carl, 56 Cnrns, Frances, 56, 107, 147, 165, 224 Clll'l'Clll, KCII, 82 Current, Neal F., 56 C11rrie, Vlfillialn G., 76 Currie, William M., 56, 129, 181 Cushing, Bud, 167 Cll!llllCl'lS0l1, Ruth, 88, 149 Dailey, Betty, 76 Daley, Marvin, 88 Danfelscr, jflllll, 88 Danshy, Olen, 76 Dapzxa, W111. Mensal1,76, 136, 144 Darrow, Dan, 76, 129, 183 Davec. Robert Carl, 56 Davidson, Darrell, 76, 187 Davidson, WVayne, 76 Davidson, l'Vay11e, 82 Davis Allyn, 76, 161 Davis Arden, 82 Davis Do11, 141 Davis Diane I.., 82, 104, 108, 112, 148 165 Davis, Irving, 56, llg Davis jewell, 14.9 Davis john, 88 Davis, Mary Locke, 56, 146, 161 Davis Morris, 150 Davis Pat, 8, 23, 82, 108, 159 Davis Rlllll A11n, 76, 112, 1112, 145 149 163 Davis, Steve, 138 Dean, Mavis, 128 Deanin, Rita, 56 Deason, Margie, 88, 148 DeB0lt, Robert, 76 DeDea, Gene, 76 DeG1'o0t, Sally, 82, 133, 153 Delgado, Ed, 133 1 1 Dell, jimmy, 56 Deneff, Daniel, 72 DCIIIICY, Ralph, 141 DeSoto, Gladys, 56 Detterick, jerry, 88 DeVargas, joaquin, 88 Devcre, Donald, 76, 179 Delvolf, Thomas, 56, 188 Dick, Benjamin, 56 Dickerson, Tom, 88 Dickey, Beth, 82, 108, 149 Dickson, Pat, 72 Diggs, George, 15, 56, 131 DiGiacom0, Archie, 57 Dilisio, Elizabeth, 57 Dilworth, Bill, 88, 175 Dimitrnk, Eugene, 57 Dins1no0r,j0Ann, 57, 161 Dismuke, Peggie, 76, 121, 147 Disney, judith, 76, 149 Dogin, Al, 127 Dokken, Nancy, 88, 148 Dolan, Terra11ce, 141 Dolen, George, 57, 132, 177 Dollahon, B. j., 88, 181 Doty, Eloise jeanne, 24, 57. 166 Douglass,jea1'1, 82, 161 Dowdle, Betty jo, 57, 163 Dowdle, Dor0tl1y, 66, 157 Dowcls, Robert, 57, 183 Downing, Conrad j., 57, 120, 173 Downing, George, 132 Drake, joA11n, 76, 82, 150, 153 Draper, jon Paul, 88 Driscoll, Edward, 29, 57, 100, 105, 106, 126, 179 Drum, Heistcr, 141 DuBois, Barbara, 88 Dubois, jean, 72 Duckworth, Linda, 76, Ill, 137, 148 Dncolf, Don, 82, 173 Dnlf, JZIIIICS, 88 DLIIIHXVHY, M. A., 76, 173 Dunbar, Thomas O., 57, 116 Dunigan. Pat, 76 D1111n, Cherie, 57, 137, 143, 159 Duran, Artl111r, 88 Duran, Esmiel, 88 Durkle, Ron, 131 DYSOII, Carole, 82, 155 Earp, john, 136 Earp, O1'1n011de, 82 Eaton, jack, 82, 173 Ecklnnd, jan, 57, 139 Eddington, Donald, 57 Edelmon, -IZIITICS Von, 88 Edmondson, Robert, 82, 110, 137 Edwards, Henry, 88 Edwards, Lonis, 88 Eggert, Charles, 118 Eggert, Sandy, 130, 147 Eisele, jacqueline, 88, 146 Eisenberg, Alvi11, 57, 106, 125, 183, 224 Elder, Robert, 76, 183 Elliott, AIOIIZO, 72 Emanuel, Floyd, 76, 132, 144 Engel, Harvey, 74, 138, 188, 141 Engles, jack, 88 Engquist, Arthur, 57 Enns, jack, 82, 177 Enos, Charles, 88, 133 Er111atinger,jol1n, 57, 111, 140, 187 Ernst, Carol, 88 Ernst, R0bCl'l H., 57, 181, 119 Errante, james, 74 Eslileman, Delnxa, 89 Etchevcrry, j0h11, 82 Evans, Barnard, 76 Evans, Clay, 89 Evans, Donald, 76, 104 Fackenthall, Rita, 89, 133 Falkner, Lewis, 133 Faris, Margaret, 89 Farmer, Dewey, 58 Farrelly, Stephen, 58 Farris, john A., 82, 109, 144 Faust, Ruth, 58, 159 Fay, Shirley, 23, 58, 107, 143, 220 Feak, jean, 82, 159 Fegan, Oscar G., 58, 119, 124 Fellers, William, 76, 117, 1 18, 132 Fenley, George, 22, 76 Fenn, Mary Louise, 89 Fe11n, Robert, 82 Fernandez, Herbert, 89 Ferro, joseph j., 58 Figge, Robert, 72 Filnbres, Rudy, 58 Firscheiu, William, 58, 150 Firsty, jerome, 82, 127, 131 Fischer, joseph, 58 Fisher, Barbara jo, 82 Fisher, jay, 82, 177 Fisher, William R., 89, 136 Fitzgerald, R. Gilbert, 76, 179 Fitzpatrick, joyce, 58, 144, 155 Fleck, Pat, 82, 165 Fleming, Ruth, 82, 166 Flint, F. Harlan, 58, 167, 177 Florance, D. E., 74, 185 Florance, joan, 58, 163 Flores, Ben11ie, 133 Floyd, Marshall, 58 Folsom, jolm D., 58, 171 Forbes, Bob, 138 Ford, Herbert, 118 Ford, james, 89 ' Ford, jndy, 82, 148 Forrest, Gloria, 130 Forsman, Peggy, 89 Fortner, Dave, 89 Foster, Myrna, 89 Fox, Monroe, 141 Fra11cis, Carol, 82, 133 Franco, Paul, 76 Frankenfeld, Philip, 76, 123 Frazer, Richard, 58 Fredeen, Robert, 126 - Freeman, Scott M., 59, 119, 124 Freese, D. Dean, 59, 120 Frenlon, Nell, 130 French, Gordon, 59 Frickc, james L., 82 Fri11sk0, Mary, 149 Fritz, Majel, 76, 159 Frost, Beverly, 149 Frost, Harriet, 82, 149 Fryar, Annie, 122 Fryar, Joyce, 89, 122 Fulgenzi, Irene, 89 Funk, Charles, 59, 126, 177 Funkhouser, Marjorie, 76, 165 F11rnier, William B., 59 Gahart, Monte, 89 Galioto, Salvador, 59, 179 Gallagher, Thomas C., 59, 120 Gallegos, Teresina, 59, 148 Galterman, D. H., 120 Garber, Robert, 59 Garcia, Aflhllf, 59 Garcia, Frank B., 59, 179 Garcia, Manuel, 74 Garcia, Garcia, Garcia, Mary Helen, 89 Rebecca, 76, 108, 133 Vic., 133 Garcia, Wilfred, 76 Gardner, William, 89 Garmond, Beve1:ly, 89 Garretson, jim, 89 Garvanian, Edward, 59, 129 Cass, Nancy, 76, 112, 137, 143, 16 Gassaway, Charles, 59, 118, 167, 1 3 37 Gates, Robert, 82 Gatewood, Charles, 141 Gault, Ross, 141 Gay, Charles, 76, 173 Geer, juanita, 89 Geha, Richard, 89 Gelfman, Dena, 76 Genta, Norman, 82, 109, 179 Gentry, Bill, 76, 183 George, Richard, 118 Geraldsen, Frederick A., 59 Gilvert, james, 76, 177 Gilbert, Kay, 148 Gilcreasc, Molly, 89, 122 Gill, jack, 59, 110, l40, 137, 227 Giltner, William C., 59 Glaze, Marvin L., 59 Glenn, jerry, 59, 120, 139 Glinky, Manny, I27 Gnall, Edward Martin, 59 Godfrey, Barbara, 59, 153 Goicochea, Rodolfo, 60 Golden, julius, 60, 110, Goltermann, David, 76 Gonzales, Felipe, 60 Gonzales, joe, 72 Goodkin, Robert, 60 Goodman, Fred, 127 Goodman, jack, 76, 117 Goodwin, Zane, 76 Gordon, Hugh B., 135 Gordon, Patricia Ann, 60, Gordon, Robert, 126 Gore, jo Margaret, 82, IOS, 139, 149 Gormley, Mike, 76 Goss, Barbara, 76, 97, 138, 161 Gossagc, Loyce, 76 Gourgouris, Mimis, 89 127, 140, 137 149 Grady, Thomas, 76 Graham, janene, 76, 163 Graham, Robert, 60, 120 Grant, R. Douglas, 89 Gray, Sue, 89, 125, 159 Grear, janet, 60 Green, jane, 89 Green, Roger, 77, 117, 171 Greenleaf, Richard, 60, 101, I0 226 Greenwald, john, 89 Grewe, George, 126 Griego, Patsy, 89 Griegos, Patsy, 133 Griffith, Barbara, 77, 163 Grimes, Louise, 89 Grinslade, Robert, 82, 185 Griscom, Blanche, 60, 128 Grissom, Esta, 89 Griswold, Miriam, Grohe, Alfred, 118 Grotta, Clara, 77 82, 108, 163 Grove, Peg , 157 EY, 77 Gr11er, Allan, 89 Gruver, Frank, 82, Gutierrez, Edward G11t111an, Shari, 82 , Guzeiis, Helen, 77 Haas, Sonia Bogin, 177 R., 60 127 72 Hagen, Erwin, 57, 169 Hail, Thomas, 77, 177 I-lale, john, 82 Hale, William, 89 Hall, Betty, 82, 108, 163 Hall, james, 60, 183 Hall, joe, 89 Hall, Suzanne, 89 Hallbeck, Diane, 82, 165 Halpern, Al, 127 6, 188, Halter, Paul, 60, 129 Halverson, Carla, 82, 108, 121, Hamilton, Margaret, 82, 151, 153 Hamilton, W., lull Hannon, Don, 133 153 Hardison, Curtis, 83, 181 Hardway, Molly, 183 Hare, jim, 1 16 Harley, Robert, 83 Harper, Phoebe, 77, 163 Harrington, Charles, 72 Harris, Bonnie, 83 Harris, Ella, 60, 159 Harris, john, 89 Harrison, Sally, 77 Hart, Emmet, 141 Hatchett, E., 126 Hauser, Leonard, 83 Hawk, Evangeline, 89 Hawkins. Dorothy, 77, 151, 153 Hayes, Everett, 60, 120 Hay11es, Lucile, 83, 159 Heagy, john, 60, 119 Heagy, john, 60, 1 I9 Heath, Bette jo, 18 Heath, Carole, 89 Heath, james, 77 Heberling, james, Hedman, Charles, 122 I-Ieifelman, Craig, 83, 136, 173 Heilin, SIISHH, 83, Heggis, Mary, 141 Helper, Marjorie, 77, 147, 149, Henderson, Bruce, 117 Henderson, Don, 83 Henline, Scott, 61 Henry, Gwinn, 81, 83 Hensley, Dan, 89 Henson, Lottie Mae, 89, 122 I-Ierlocker, Fred, 61, 185 Hernandez, joe Filimon, 89 Herrera, joseph, 77 Hester, james, 77 Highleyman, Pat, 77, 157, 146 Hight, Beatrice. 61, 163 Hightower, j. R., 135 Hilderbrand, Louis, 89 Hill, Charles, 61, 106, 129, 181, 223 Hill, Ellen, 77, 103, lll, 137, 143 Hill, Martha, 83, 159 Hill, Tom, 120, 135 Hilleary, Hugh, 77, l32, 167, 185 Hillis, john, 83, 179 Hines, john, 124, 132 Hinrichs, Carter, 61 Hinrichs, Keith, 61 Hobbes, George, 77 Hobbes, William, 89, 116 Hocker, Bill, 136 Hoesly, Ruth, 61 Hoffman, Ernest, 61 Hoffman, Kent, 89 Hofstead, Audrey, 89, 149 Hogan, john, 131 Hogrefe, Larry, 89, 216 Hohlier, Aleene, 89 Holcomb, William, 150 Hollis, Don, 89, 131 Holmes, Blanche, 89, 113 Holroyd, john, 116, 123 Holt, Randolph, 61, 181 Hopkins, Gayle, 89, 150 Hopkins, Titia, 77, 159 Hopson, Ann, 83 Houghton, james, 83, 126, 167, 187 Housley, jack, 109 Houston, Glen, 22, 74, 100, 106, 141, 142, 227 Houston, H. E., 77 Hsieh, Cheng C., 73 Hubbard, Genevieve, 61, 121, 130, 155 Hubbard, judy, 90, 133 Huber, Harold, 77 Hubinger, Allen, 77 Huenefeld, Mary, 77, 150, 157 Hulbert, Sally, 90 Hulette, Andrew, 77 Hunn, Ralph, 122 141 '55 165 Hunsley, Carolyn, 143 Hunt, Muriel, Q0 Hunter, Donald, 77, 173 Hunter, jeancttc, 83,159 Hunter, Marywill, 90, 133 Hurst, Phyllis, 83 Husk, Arley, 61, IO5, 167, 169 I-Iuston, Alice, 22, 61, 107, 121, 136, 163, 225 Hutcl1ins, Marilyn, 77, 130, 147, 155 Hutton, Carol, 83. 108, 144, 166 Hyde, Linnie Belle, 61, 122, 128 Hyland, Robert, 77, I32, 185 Ice, john, 77 Imholtz, Dorothy, 61 Ingersoll, Robert, 83, 177 lnglc, Mack, 77, 118 Israel, Lola, 90 Ivy, Lee, IIG, 132 Izard, S11e, 83, 108, 125, 151, 157 - '55 jackson, David, 90, 150 jacobs, joan, 83, 155 jako, Chris. 83, lfjl janks, Elaine, 99, 143, 149 jarman, William, 90 jasper, jol1n, 83, 98, 99, 109, l7l jensen, Barbara, 83, IOS, l2l. 163 jcrnigan, Max, 77 jernigan, Rex, 77 jimenez, john, 119, 124 johnso j oh nso n, Alf, 61, 177 n, B. D., 90 johnson, joAnn, 77, 165 johnson, Mary E., 90, 122, 130 johnson, Mary O., Q0 johnson, Richard, 119 johnson, S. P., 83, 181 jones, Florenceruth, 141, 142 jones, jay, 61, I32 jones, Marshall, 77 jones, Martin, 77 jones, Mary Cay, 136 jones, William, 90 jordan, Frances, 77, 148 jordan, Fred, II7 jordan, Roberta, 90 jordan, Stella Shaffer, 61 joyner, Donald, Q0 Kaiser, William, 77 Kaker, Samuel Lee, Q0 Kalbach, Charles, Q0 Kittel, Theodore, 90 Klein, Marcia, 90, 127 Kleinhein, Pat, 90, 133 Kleinschmitlt, Rudy, 77, 126, Klnss, Carolyn, Q0 Knott, La Roy, 90, 175 Knudsen, Dorcas, 77, 148 Kol1r, Helen, 77, 148 Kolb, Nancy, 83, 146, 14B Kool, Roland, 62, 129, 185 Koontz, Bob, 90 Korpela, l.eslie, 117, 131 Koskovich, Cl1arles, 83 Kretek, Frank, 83, 133 Kuhn, john, 62, 177 Kunkel, Bill, 90 Kunstadter, Peter, 62 Kusianovich, Danna, 90 Kuykendall, Mary, Q0 LaC0mbe, Ed, 136 Laird, Tom K., Q0 Lake, Charles, 77, II7 Lamb, james, 83, 187 Lambert, Ed, 131 Lambcrtson, Herman, 62 Landcss, Lola, 83, 148 Landon, Roger, II7 Landrum, Li11da, 90 Langholf, Dover, 62 Langhill, Ad, 118, 132 LaPaz, Mary, 83, 108 Large, john, 28, 62, 103, 185, Larsenl Eileen, 90 Larsen, Marilyn, 62 Larsen, Parry, Q0 Lauderdale, Dick, Q0 Lavelett, jol1n, Q0 Lawrence, Richard, 77 Lee , Bill L., Q0 Lee, Lee Lee Lee, Bob, 90 Chuck, Q0 Patsy Ann, 62, 149, 165 Thelma, 63, 165 Leferink, Barbara jo, 83, 98, LeFevre, Pat, 77, 143 Leonard, David, 77 Lconhard. john j., 63, 173 Letcher, William, 63 Lctkernann, I-lerkus, 83, 109, Lett, james, Q0 Leurig, Dick, 83, 104, 179 Leverton, john, IIQ, 124 Levine, Gerald, 63, 103, 150, 177 229 108, 159 173 188 Kane, Pat, 83, 146, 157 Kapschull, Laura, Q0 Kaser, Ke11t, 61, llg, 124 Katter, Ken, 83, 183 Keefe, jol1n, 77, 104, 177 Kcchan, Edmund, 83 Keene. Gus, 77 Keith, Carol, 90 Keleher, W. B., 90 Keller, NRIICY, Q0 Kelly, Richard M., 61, 133, 179 Kemper, Troy, 73 Kempers, Lucille, Q0 Kemph, Val, 61,116 Kennedy, jol1n, 83, l7l Kcn11edy, Phillip F., 62, 129, 185 Kent, jerry, 90 Kepner, jol1n, 131 Kern, Carol, 77 Kern, jean, 62, 100, Kcrnodle, R. M., 62, 119 Ketchum, Carol, 62, 107, 144, 155 179 163, 225 Kidd, jol1n, 62, 117, Kiefer, Warren, 114, 1 I5 Kienlen, Donald, 62, King, james, 77 King, jerry, 62 King, Pauline, Q0 Kissclburg, Willis, 77, 188 llg Levy, jerome, 73 Lewis, Dorothy, 9, 90, 130 Lewis, j. TL, 63 Lewis, joh11, 77, I73 Leyenclecker, Liston, 63, 171 Lief, Tom, 83, 131, 136, 188 Lies, Catherine, 132 Lies, Susan, 133 - Lilly, jol1n, 63, 123, 188 Limbaugh, Nancy, 83, 159 Linder, Lionel, 140 Linder, Romainc, 129 Lindhohn, Astrid, 149 Linglc, Bob, 90 Linick, james, 83 Litchfield, Don, 63, 173 Livingston, D. E., 83 Lobato, Andrew, 150 Logan, Grant, 78, 173 Long, Charles, 73 Long, Phyllis, 63 Lookingbill, john, 73 Loomis, Charles, 122 Lopez, Andrew, 90 Lord, Adrienne, 90 Lord, Samuel, 83, 141 Losh, jo Raye, 78, 148 Loucks, Edward, Q0 Love, Ernie, ll7 Mills, Barbara, Q1 .0vc, Jack, l4l ovejoy, Bill, 73 ovelace, Richard, Q0 oveland, Ja11, 90, 114, Il5 ow, Robert, 122 .owdermilk, Carol, 133, 148 ,owry, Glenn. QI ucas, Albert, 63, 183 ,uc:1s, John, Q1 11ck, VVillian1 L., 73 uedke, Brttce, QI ,lll'lSfOI'll, Jesse, 78 alttrcll, Jean, 83, 153 IacDougall, Hugh, 63, IIQ, 188 laclean, David, QI Iactavish, C. J., 83 fiaddox, Robert, gl Iadison, Jean, 63 fladison, John P., 63 Iadsen, Carol, 91, 166 laglitlt, I-I. Wilston, 73 Ianatt, Norma, 83, 108, 149, 165 Iangold, VValter, 63 ianias, Jol111, 83, 109, 173 anly, Phil, 63, 144 lann, George L., 63, 129, 171 anzanares, Ruben, 63 Iarcliand, Jean11e, 78, 155 farko, Yv011ne, 78, 148 arshall, Jane Ann, 64, 144, 153 artin, Burdette, 63, 175 artin, Charles, 64, I22 artin, Colleen, 64, 157, 227 McMinn, Jo, 105 RICNHIIIHTH, Ann, 63, 107, 121, 130, 147, 155, 221 McNay, Joann, 78, l2l, 138, 149, 165, 230 Mcdare, Mitchell, 73 Mellott, Jack, 78 Menasco, Lawrence, 78 Meng, Charles D., Q1 Mengoni, Joseph, gl Mercer, Harold, 78, 169 Merrilces, Ed, 144 Messick, Collee11, 78 Metzel, Diane, 64, 149 Metzlcr, Katherine, Q1 Meyer, Robert, 78, 116, 132, 173 Mhoan, John, 132 Michaels, Barbara, 78 Miera, Marguerite, 78, 166 Miera, Mary Jo. 91, 166 Miller, Al, 133 Miller Jacque, 84, 148 Miller, Miller Miller 1 1 jean. 84, 159 Marion E., 64, 128, 166 Wilkie, 122 Milton, Bcrnadine, 54 Minaletti, Pete, 78 4 Mitchell, Barbara, 91, 150 Mitchell, Diti, 91 Mitchell. I. Newton, gl Mitchell, James, 78 Mitchell, Mary Ann, 64, 151, 161 Mitcham, Sara Dawn, 64, 107, 153 artin, Lynn, 83 Iartin, Walter, 64, 183 artin, WVar1'cn, 64, 169 artin ,Willian1, 83, 136, 179 artinez, Mellie, 133, 166 artinez, Naomi, 91 Iartinez, Peter, 84 artinez, Phillip, 78 ason, Rocna, 71, 165 ason, Vicky, 91, 138 Masury, Sally, 29 Mathies, Carter, Q1 Iatkin, Barbara, 78, 14.4, 155 Matkins, Jerry, 84, 109, 177 Matthews, Winnifred, 91, 166 Mavromatis, Jol1n, 78, llg, 124 Maxwell, Wayne, 84, 188 May, Jamie, 78, 155, 231 Mayer, Len, 64, 181 Mayer, Marilou, 64, 155 McBride, Sharon, 78, 157 McCallister, Ross, 84, 177 li'lCClll'I'lCI1l, Paul, 78, 183 McCa1111a, Terri, 78, 163 McClelland, Jack, 91, 187 McCleskey, Lois, 78, 161 McCloud, Willie Dee, gl McCollum, Ann, 91, 149 McCollum, Marian, QI McConnell, Jack, gl McCoy, Gerald, 63, 173 McCoy, Joan, 84, 161 McCracken, Fred, 1 18 McCracken, Harry J., 120 McCravey, XV. L., 84 McCullough, Betsy, 84, IGI McCullough, Herbert L., 63, 183 McDonald, Lily Kyle, l05, 121 Mcliarlan, James, QI McKay, Lamar, 116 Miyasate, Masakuni, 91 Miyuki, Nitsuteru, 84 Mogull, Allan, 64, 113, 117 Mohr, Charles, QI Monge, Haydee, 148 Mottroc, C. G., 84, l8l Montoya, Solomon, 91 Moody, Greta, 84, 144, 149 Moore, Darlene, 78 Moore, Do11, I-11 Moore, Redonda, 108, 121 Morgan, Walter, 84, 173 Morris, Charlie, IIG Morris, Horace, 78 Morris, James, 78 Morrison, John, 91, ISI, 145 Morrow, Patsy, 84, 108, 121, 150, 157 Morse, Do11, 84 Mosher, Kay, 84, 108, 138, 146, 163 Mottola, Alexander, 105, 112, 117, 118 Mozee, Elliott, 64, 132, 171 Multtahy, Jack, gl Mulcahy, Nita, 65, 121, 130, 159 Mulkcy, Don. 65, 122, 129 Mullin, Eunice, 84 Munn, XVilliam, gl RIUYCII, Edward, 118 Nagel, Edwin, 65 Nagel, Reinhold, 119, 124 Nakato, Yoshio, 84 Nations, Herb, 84, 109 Neff, Richard, 125 Neel, Robert R., 65, IUG, 135, 185, 220 Neely, Jantes, 73, 120, 135 Nelson, Thelma, 113 Nesbitt, Nancy, 84, 159 Nesbitt, William, 65 Nethers, Ray, 78 McKenzie, Can1cron, 84, 109, 177 Mcliittrick, Mary, 149 McKnight, Mildred, QI McKown,Kennetl1, 116, 123 McLaughlin, Bill, 129 McLaughlin, Frank, 141 McLean, BZll'bZll'il,8-1, 108, 139, 159 McMille11, Karl, 126 McMinn, Frank, 78, ISI Neva11s, Jim, 133 Nicholson, Kenneth, 65, 122 Nickel, Harriet, 65, 155 Nickos, Louis, 78 Nicks, Joa11n, 78, 166 Noble, Marjorie, 65, 161 Noble, Ray, 134 Norlleet, Robert, 78, 97, 106, 183 l2Q, 136, Norman, Ron, 65, 100, 106, 117, 132, 183, 225 Northrop, June, 91, 150 Norwood, William, 65, 123 Nufer, Bill, 84, 173 Nusbaum, Janice, 20, 84, 163 Ochterbeck, Beverly, gl Odendahl, Max, 78 Ogaz, Chris, 78 Ogden, Lo11is, 141 Ohama, Choko, 84 Oldfield, Billy, gl Oldham, Al, 65, 167, 181 Olewiler, Donna, 78, 146, 147, 151, 150 Oliver, Johnny, 91 Olson, L, VValter, 73 Olson, Vera L., 91, 122 Oltma11, George, 73 O'Neal, Terry, Q1 Ong, David, 65, 117 Ortnsby, Tom, 114, 115 O'Rourke, Jack, 84 OSllllZl, Mariana, 84, 108 Page, Coradene, gl Painter, Lyle, 102 Pannell, Dorothy, 65, 149 Parham, Edward, 74 Park, Margaret, 78, 128 Parker, C. Wolcott, 65, 173 Parker, Clinton, 84, 117 Parki11so11, Henry, 78, 145, 177 Parsons, Ji111, 78, 187 Patrick, Patricia, Ql Patton, Hal, 91 Pillll, Shirley, 84, 138 Payne, Roland, gl Pearce, Marion, 78, 118 Peck, Auston, 65 Peeples, Wiley, 65 Pegue, William, 65 Pclioquin, Paul, 73, 126 Pendleton, Gary, gl Pendleton, Mary Jane, 65, lla, 146, 163 Pcndley, Lillian, 65, 122 Perea, Fermino, 73 Perea, Margaret, Q1 Perino, Virginia Ann, 91, 149 Pcrkinson, Jackie, 84, 139, 165 Perovich, Ray111ond, 65, 114 Peters, Dorothy, 84, 108, 121, 151, '53 Peterson, Jolm, 66, 135 Peterson, Lorraine, 66, 137, 143 Pettitt, Jay, 66, 138, 161 Pfeiffer, Joyce, 133, 150 Pick, Benjamin, 123 Pierce, E. W., 78, 126, 177 Pieters, Bruce, 66, 106, 125, 129, 183 224 Pinkerton, Jim, 78, 111 Pino, Ti11sy, IOS Pirkle, Clifford, 84 Platt, Shirley, Q1 Platt, Spencer, 68, 171 Plumtner, Janice, 91 Pngue, Ernest, 78, 179 Pollock, Judy, 66, 161 Porter, Ken, 129 Potts, Robert H., 91 Powers, Richard, 78 Prentice, Lawrence, 74, 141 Preston, Wilbur, 91 Price, Mary, 92 Pricc, Temple, Q2 Proctor, Jesse, 123, 125 Pruett, James, 84 Puckett, John, 66, 119, 124 Pulte, James, 78, 167, 188 Plll'llllOl!, Lois, 92, 113, 137, 138 Quist, Joan, 78, 146, 157 Radosevich, Georgina, 78, 121, 149 Radosevich, Mlilliam, 1 18 Rady, Donald, 66, 169 Rael, Alex, 133 Raff, Theodore, 84 Rainey, Ralph, 78, 173 Rairdin, Gordon, Q2 Rakestraw, Joyce, 78, 153 Ramos, Mary Ann, 78 Ramsey, Benny, Q2 Ramsey, Carol, 84, 159 Ramsey, Carolyn, 92, 108, 121 Ramsey, John, 66, 119 Randall, Charles, 81, 171 Randolph, Chris, 79, 148 Ransom, Dick, 84, 109, 183 Ratcliff, Don, 79, 116, 132, 185 Ratliff, Lucille, 73 Rawlins, Bill, 66 Reardon, Jolm, 133 Redman, Ruth An11, 66, 151, 163 Reed, Richard, 79 Reese, Margaret, 84 Reese, Shirley, Q2 Reeves, Eugene, Q2 Reid, Don, 116 Renwick, Herbert, 66, 119 Reynolds, Jack, 123 Reynolds, David L., 79, 171 Reynolds, Warren, 66, 126 Rhoades, Ronnie, 92 Rhodes, Jerry, 79, 177 Rhodes, Nancy, 79, 151, 161 Rice, Gayle, 79, 148 Rich, Steve, Q2 Richards, Bobbie, 84 Richardson, Merrie, 84, 148 Richter, Barbara, 146, 148 Riddle, R. L., 79 Riebe, Harriet, 84, 108, 139, 159 Riggs, James, 84 Rindfuss, Marie, 79 Ritchie, Carolyn, 92, 138 Ritchie, James, 74 Rixey, George, Q2 Roach, John, 145 Roberts, Jerry, 92 Roberts, Oleta Lou, 92 Robertson, Durwztrd, 66 Robertson, John, Q2 Robertson, W., 120 Robinson, Jack, 67 Roche, Romaine, 84, 151, 163 Rockett, Hugo D., 67, 171 Rockett, John S., 67, 169 Rodgers, Jim, 122 Rodrick, Laura Ann, 67, 139, 144, 155 Rodriguez, Emma, 148 Rodriguez, Ruben, 74 Rogovin, Howard, 127 Roley, Peggy, 67, 148 Romero, Bernabe, Q2 Romero, Eliv, 141 Romero, Jake, 129 Rose, Stewart, 84, 109, 129, 177 Roseen, Robert, 79, 183 Rosenbaum, Ernest, 136 Rosenberg, Jack, 67, 188 Ross, Larry, Q2 Rossen, Wanda, 149 Roth, Carmen, 92, 122 Rounds, Richard, 79 Ruble, Ron, 67, 117 Rucker, Suzy, 67, 149 Ruddy, Celeste, 166 Rundle, Marilyn, Q2 Russell, Don, Q2 Russell, Gerald, 67, 167 Russell, Mary, 84, 151, 155 Russell, Sylvia, 143 Rutherford, Edith. 92 247 l Rutz. Ryan, Margaret, 92, 130 Jack, 67, 100, 106, 177, 221 Saiz, Joe, Q2 Sakurnoto, Masao, Q2 Salvage, Shirlie, Q2 Sanchez, Annabelle, 79 Scanlan, White, Sanchez, Connie, 84, IOS Sanchez, Danny, 133 Sanchez, Ernest, 67, 129 Sanchez, Robert, 67 Sanders, Mary Louise, Q2 Sandoval, Kenny, 133 Sanford, William, 84, 171 Pat, 67, l2l, 165 125, 126, Snyder, Shirley, 85 Snyder, Vera, 68, 161 Sorrell, Noel, 79, 132, 183 Sotel, Connie, 85, 155 South, Jean, 228 South, Gordon L., 92 Spahr, F. J., 79, 175 Spitz, Allan, 68, 100 Spoon, Sara, Q2 Sprengeler, Allan, Q2 Springer, Darleen, 92, 166 Springer, Patty, 85, IOS, 133, 163 Springstead, Alan, 85, 109 Stacy, John, Q2 Stalford, Jeannine, 68, 149 Staner, Kay, 85, 155 Scarlett, Dolores, 92 Schalfner, Clark, 92 Scherzer, Harvey, 127 Schiavo, Fred, 84 Scl11nall, Delmar, 67, 124 Schmitler, Jack, 67 Schmidt, Suzanne, 85, IOS, 165, 149 Sclmedar, John A., 79, 133, 173 Schnedar, Bill, 133 Schneider, Joyce, 92, 137 Schoolcraft, Evelyn, 67, 107, 155,221 Schooley, Robert, 67, 129, 173 Schumacher, Bob, 92 Schware, Rudolph, 142 Scott, Charles, 79, 173 Scott, Marjorie, 85 Scott, Walter, 126 Scruggs, James, 79 Sears, H. L., Q2 Seese, Bill, 85, 109, 171 Segal, David, 79, 188 Sekavcc, Pauline, 79, 144 Seligman, Herbert, 120 Serrano, Celia, Q2 Servis, Mart, Q2 Setzler, Carolyn, 79, 130, 147 Seward, Paul, 85, 173 Seyferlich, Frank, 67, 183 Shaffer, Ed, 116 Shaffer, George, 85, 109, 125, 183 Shanner, Robert, 67, 140, 173 Schmall, Delmar, 119 Shatkin, Henry, 67, 18 Shell, Nancy, Q2 Shields, Sydnie, Q2 Shields, Viola, 68, 155 Shockey, Norma, 85, 121, 155 Shodall, Paul, 73, 185 Shurkin, Wllalter, 118 Shores, Donald, 92 Stanton, Jeanette, 68, l6l Stark. Salle, 79, 159 Starnes, Victor, 68, 129, 183 Stedman, Marion, 85 Stedman, Wilfred, 85, IOQ, 136 Stefanie, Joseph, 68, 183 Steinberg, Ge11e, 116, 127 Steiner, Gretchen, 148 Stephens, Sally, Q2 Stephens, Sue Ann, 68, 101, 107, 161, 144, 220 Stephens, Thomas, 85 Stewart, Frances, 68, 157 Still, Bob, 85, 109, IG7, 171 Stinson, Fred, 93 Stoller, Glenn, 85, 179 Stone, Amos, 85, 185 Stone, Carol, 85, 146, 155 Stone, Larry, 79 Stout, Charles, 141 Stranathan, Ann Lee, 146 Strange, Damon, Q3 Stratton, June, 85, 138, 147, 148, 232 Streeter, Ruth, 141 Strelzolf, Penny, 148 Strickland, Dee, 85 Strohl, Beverly, 139 Stromberg, Paula, 17 Stuart, Robert, 79, 101, 177 Stubbs, Mary Louise, 79, 128, 153 Sturtevant, Robert, 69, 106, 116, 117, 179, 223 Suplizio, Sam, 129, 233 Sutton, Martha, 93, 122 Sutton, Sue, 79, 113, 146, 165 Swain, Dorothy, 85, 155 Swenson, William, 69, 129, 185 Swillum, Jeannette, 93 Swingle, Alez, 93 Sierra, Viola, 85 Siken, James P., 79 Silbo, Donnie, 85 Silbo, Eleanor, 79, 148 Silva, Gloria, 92 Si111s, Joan L., 79, 146 Sisneros, Tom, 68, II7, 133 Slate, John, 132 Slaton, John O., 92 Sleeper, Louis G., 119, 124 Tabacchi. Gloria, 85 Tabet, Fidel, 93, Tackett, Roy, Q3 Tafoya, Joan, 69, Tafoya, Ruperto, Takamiya, Hiroe, 169 IO3, 142, I45, l49 117 93 Tapp, lViln1a, 15, 79, 139, 163 Tarango, Edward, 69 Tarpley, Mildred, 85, 122 Tate, Wayne D., 93 Zander, Barbara, 80 Slone, Bill, 92 Slutes, Howard, Q2 Small, Louis Max, 92 Smith, Clint, 137, 140 Smith S111ith Slllilh Smith , Ed, 79, 181 , Forrest, 68, 177 , Garcia, 139 , Julia Lee, 68, 163 Smith, Mary Ellen, 85, 99, 108, 157 Smith, Olivia, 85, 163, 146 Smith Smith Smith , Rose Ann, Q2 , Xvilliam E., 68, , Richard E., 85, 185 135, 171 Taul, John, 79, 129, 138, 171 Taylor, George, 110, 114, 115, 137 Taylor, Jelene, 93 Teel, Claudette, 93 Teeter, John, Q3 Tefft, Robert, Q3 Tennyson, Therald, 69, 173 Terrell, John E., Q3 Testman, Svea, 93, 148 Teter, Mildred, 141 Thatcher, Ann, 69, 163 Theileman, Joyce, 69, 149 Thomas, Betsy, 79, 148 S111ythe, Paula, 148 Sneddon, Rick, 92 Snell, Kay, 85, 146, 148, 165 Tho111as, Mueller, Q3 Thompson, Bill, 85, 109, 167, 173 Thompson, James, 69, ll7 Thompson, Judi, 85, 161 Thompson, Melba, 79, 130, 147, 165 Thomson, Terry, 79, 159 Thornton, Dorothy, Q3 Thornton, Frances, 148 Thum, George, 85 Tietze, Howard, 69 Ti1nbro0k, Joe, 85 Tingley, Doug, Q3 Tinson, Jonel, 93, 98 Tondre, Ruth, 93, 148 Toppino, Mickey, II7 Torres, Richard, 69, 123 Tourney, Wanda, Q3 Townsend, March, 85, 108, 148 Toya, Katherina, 133 Trangmar, Sally, 79, 121, 128, 153 Tresner, Robert, 85, 188 Tretbar, Lawrence, Q3 Trinidad, Rupert, 135 Troxel, Jean, 79, 97, 163 Trujillo, Celanir, 93 Tucker, James, 69, 1 1 1, 140 Tucker, James C., 79 Tucker, Wayne, 93, 185 Tyson, Kenneth, 93, 122 Ufert, Virginia, 141 Ulivarri, Helen, 93 Usry, John, 85 Ussery, Carol, 95 Utton, Albert, 79 Valery, Nobert, 69 Van Avery, Joyce, 79, I-V59 Van Doren, Coralie, 93 Vaskov, Olga, 69, 113 Velez, Adargelia, 69 Venn, Beverly, 93, 166 Verkler, Jerry, 85 Vernon, Mac, 79 Vertrees, Don, 93 Vigil, Reuben, 93 Vigil, Shirley Ann, 93, 148 Voss, Barbara, 85, 108, 155 Vrattos, Barbara, Q3 Waddell, Gerald, 116 Wadlington, Joe, 69, 119 Waggoner, R. W., 93, 181 Wagner, Marilyn, 79, 165 l1Vagner, Theresa, 69, 161 K-Valdon, Hollis, 93 Walker, James C., 79, 117, l7l Walker, James R., 79 Wallis, John, 132 Wallner, Mike, 132 Walpole, R. J., 79, 185 Walther, Ralph, 69 Wang, Margaret, 85, 165 Ward, David, 69, 177 Vvareham, Bob, 79 Warne, Jim, 79, 169 Warren, Raymond L., 79 Warrington, H., 85 Warrington, Rosemaree, Q3 Wasson, Bob, 126 Watiez, Gerard, 73 Watkins, Marilynn, 79 Watson, Cal, 118, 132 Watson, John, 85 Weaver, Barbara, 79, 139 Webster, Charles, 85 Wegs, Barbara, Q3 Wehmhoner, Virginia, 93 Weiner, Albert, 70, 135, 226 Weingarden, Marshall, 70, II7, 127 Welch, Donnie, 93, 133 Welch, Joyca, 70, 149 Weller, Faye, Q3 Yllells, Robert, 70 lVerner, Bob, 93 Werner, Kent, 70, 175 Werrell, Bill, 85 West, Bill, 133 West, Richard, 85 Westaway, J. V., 80, 181 Weste6eld, Frank, 74, 141 Westfall, Kay, 80, 149, 165 Whalen, John, 70, 188 Wheeler, Zana, 85 Whenr White, y, Jack, 70 David, 70 White, Elmer, 70, IIQ, 124 While, Georgia, 80, 149 While, John, 70, 1 I7 White, Morgan, 141 White, R. L., 74 Robert E., 86, 98, 145, 185 Whittington, Jean, 93 Wickham, Robert, 70 Wilcox, Kiti, 148 Wiley, John, 70 Williams, Barbara, 80, 159 Williams, 165 Carrollyn, 9, 70, 101, Williams, David, 86, 117 Williams, Doris G,, 80 Williams, Ethel, 93 Williams, Geesta, 80, 175 Williams, Joyce, 80, 148, 149 Williams, Malcolm, 86, 175 Williams, Sherman, 93 Williamson, Beverly, 93, 147 Willis, Arthur A., Jr., 80, 185 Willis, Denny, 70 Willits, Marilyn, 80, 166 Wilso11, Bernice, 80, 165 Wilson Wilson Wilson , Betty Jean, 70, 128 , C-wen. 93, 149 , Jean, 86, 139, 149 Wilson, Jimmy, Q3 Wilson, Neil, 71 Wilson, Pat, 80 Wilson, Spencer, 71, 185 Winget, Joan, 9, 94. Winterbottom, Bill, 80, 157, 179 Wi psor 1, Dale, 71, l7l Wise, Marlene, Q4 Witcher. Marvin, 86 Wolf, Noma, 71 Wong, Luz, 80 Wood, James, 80, II7 Wood , Leonard , 71 Woodman, Ji111, 80, l2Q, 145, 177 Woods, Caroline, 71, 167 Woodward, Alice, 86, 108, 149, 16 Woodward, I-lelen, 94 Woodworth, Nancy, 71, 166 Woodworth, Sylvia, 94, 166 Woodworth, Wilylle, 7l Woody, Barbara, 7l Wool fa ll, Beverly, 94 Woolford, NZIIICY Polk, 94, 130 Wootton, Joan, 94, 133 Wright, Barbara, 86, 159 Wright, Jolm, 71 Wright, Patricia, 94 Wugalter, Solomon, l4I Baluso, Ryoko, 94 Yano, Seikhi, 71 Varbo, Pat, 80 Yarbo, Weldo11, 85 Yelonek, Frances, 71, 121, 153 Yenney, Pat, 21, 71, 143, 155 Yoakum, Joe ,llG, 123 York, Marie, 85 Young, Donald, 71 Yrisarri, Francis, 94 Zane, Reggie, 73 Zarlman, James, 71 Zemke, Richard, 71, 183 14 5 v-' .,::' if nv' . asia V fi ' iii.: HF. W we i.. 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