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

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l' 'Ui ' 4'.,..4, an ...- iii! RAGE EKTACHROMF BY DICK GOISHRING ik lb 'Q it " 1. .3 ,. nv nf' Im , 1,-41 -v M Q V f 7-. I Y A-4' 1 ir JN, 1 , A ,M A' . in - Q , . Q 'A 4J55Sf:fQ?yf- A V J ,' ' '- , -C f ,T " .- Q 5 if r 3. lx ' I v 4 X 1 I , V1 I as' 'S' N u .v L in vig xr. .WX f ' wjiqk' ' o Y' As 1 ' A , ' 'uw fl Q 1. w " R .-5 'A We ,,,,.41-.-. ., 7, ,W U IVERSITY OF N EDITOR CAROLYN RAMSEY nusmnss MANAGER RAY L. CARROLL ASSOCIATE EDITORS Ann Henning and Alan Springstead ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR Mary Russell FEATURES EDITOR Lou Lash FACULTY EDITOR' Muriel Pride - 'KM-. -- 2 v ' ,"- SPORTS EDITOR H- Bob Chatten Q.. GREEK EDITOR Dottie Harroun LAYOUTS V Donna Olewiler COVER ARTIST ' E Isabel Cella .U PHOTOGRAPHERS Bob Lawrence Dick Skrondahl Jim Lamb Dick Goehring George Kew ADVISOR Leonard L. jermain 1 fi-' -vp- .-" arf" Zi:-' ' fl! ' "'h"f.r'f 9.293 .V In ' -'- vw af' 3,3 .. fn' 2 w in, 1-Q -.W . , gg, If 1 'Q'- .-' '!'l1'fu-f -f' . 'ne 'fat' N ' X I, ."'f' f, Vu- .a LU .. . f--9w.,g..-f 'T tk-v .A .- A- -ls ffsl' -A ' mg?-?5?f'eFS"'F'H'm" V " 1Mf""f Hiwgliw :bf , I .- V 4, , , 'ELS-42.g,-LEE Ig, I E 5 ' , 1 - L 4: ' I " 1 4 ff? Z, . I WV ' l I .-r .W 1 R' I Q W, I v-p .1 ,-M ,,. 4s rh- P, '?,,f,"' .I,..n'-45--" " ,vi - ...,,, -av GL - ,....-5--S..-1 L Q! . 'Tuff N2 1 M...,.. ,, v . ,Au Lf W U H -.--1.,,y -E W N - ' Q? "5-'L '2- ,lilll ' Ill W r . f CONTENTS Features Faculty Classes Organizations Sports 9611 MINS T 1, Q. l ' , P 3' .gy-Q aff!! Q Q1 Hd wr ,EV .l 3 X I , vw' qpuqm .,,. , UAV 'T If 1. - , N . 'Est 'Q' ' If II' . . . A place to find the "one and onlyu? . . . T k th b tt ld Of what value is college to ,American youth? fx, f E 'r 'r f if-A 5- . .Lf 31, '41 X 1 7 I0 E e I 1 -ss ' 'Fa , ggi. -1 ' . w! ,, ' ML? Y , " ,"L.g ,gb Q ..k .r--0 ' 1 'H 4- 11' J ' , ,V r ga' Vg:-f ,' 1' ww - WJ '--A ' bf va' " ',,.' . Ek I ' ,-' . ' . ' 1 V 11 ,, 1 ,rv f. I ' il-7f"'1,ffrif"" Queeh Judy Hubbard Kappa Kappa Gamma - XM, .X X if ' Of A x' X! 4 V ly 5 Atlendant Dorothy fTootiej Osburn Attendant Mary Pat Edwards Marron Hall Alpha Chi Omega ffrfmcczfmin xl Queen Judy smiles graciously after the coronation Homecoming Houses Floats Right: Kappa Sigs and their first place horror house 'Jn Right: Sigma Chi's "hold up" third place EL-il, Above: Tri-Deltas nose in second with the cutest little poodle on the campus Right: The Pi Phi octopus angles hrst I4 GVE Left: Pikes take second with their own brand of New Mexico humor Right: Hokona TT Q Below: Tri-Del ta bewitehes Denver first plaeej Below: Alpha Chi eggs scramble the Pioneers ftlzird placej xP,l.!-J fa: V . ' ighg M Els WP, ii Q o T' 0, , blocks the Pioneers :CTU R . 'jpg J ,ii V C HRT 1 1' '-',. A fic.. 1 Kimi . .,,. V x Q . Q -A l ' l Q44-AP' .l,. ' ,-1 ' vi-me HA mn - 955- in 0m"illW'iiii ff if if if is . sf-'f"' Q G ,Y N lllllll "1 A bone: Pikes symbolize a Homecoming victory for the Lobos fsecond plaeej +..LgV?e- Above: Sigma Chi predicls a jumbo win fthird placej Left: Kappa Sigs typify UNM spirits ffirst placej I5 li- Q , 1 .- 'pig X l '11 I6 - '91- 6, ,Et Left: Shorts, heels, and Sue Smith, Kappa, make for the prettiest legs on campus Below: Betty McDonald, Theta, sports her Venus-like hgure-well, almost v. 'U' Wlzeelbarrow race: Stop laughing and help! ir, -Queen Dorothy Lewis Delta Delta Delta A - 4 Fapularify Kal! AIIRAGI-1 hull royalty display their prim win- ning personalities: Presiclcnl 'liom l.. lhmpcjoy is flanked by Attendant Shirley Xvllll, lizlppzr .Xlphu Thetag Queen Dorothy Lewis, and .'XLlL'Illl1llll Norma Shockey, Alpha Delta Pi. "l'm sorry bu! I really do have a date Saturday, Tom . . ." ' T , I .-3 -as x ,oi J if + -11 . 4' ' fx . . 'b 'H' Q2 , .4 fr' 'V . - S -X. fifei , .1"x fm, -4 -Qexf. W . .e .. A f , .4 V .QM ul- ,, ' . 'bln -, - - . ,, Us ' nf + -Uu- ' ' 1: ' :rf ,f"ff.' ' ,ff , 41 s f ,fill :mv A.,g,,-fss' -4 f-gift, ,, 11 8. , .. , fl fi- ,-:xy.,- . quail -- M5 M L ' ' .. ' ' ,v e ' 1,5 IQ- ..,.4. , ,. : V5 -V4.3 A . f ., I Hang kg af the Green Oh, hang the greens! Sherman Smith: "Let's live it up wiih great exuberance" U E' ,-1 Coral johnson Right: Panda, too, en- joys the Pi Phi pajama party Below: Hard times at ihe Kappa house he 22 "K 'xx fo. I Above: ls this art or the Theta's Surrealist party? Left: Toyland time at the A D Pi house li Pwf A L e zuztlz the Chi O's eft: Getting in nm Below: Alpha Clzi's gather for an afternoon gal: session Right: 'Snow joke t a the Tn-Delta ski party 23 ug 5'!muzL-"ia SICRI.-X CIHI FRATER ITY ,- 'L'-v "' fi .if '. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Dorothy Lewis Delta Delta Delta ,.- Iinrlmrfl Aliirlmll Clif Omfgrl 9 . I A un? f' 57' DELTA SIGMA PHI Sue Prire Marm 71 H1111 SWEETHEARTS PHI DELTA THETA Abbey Nixon Chi Omega TAU KAPPA EPSILON Mirzta Sue Bunn Delta Delta Delta PI KAPPA ALPHA Carol Tl.IIg'IFJ' Pi Beta P1111 fi - I? f-I Air Force Queen JANET BARNES Kappa Kappa Gamma R O T C Royalt Navy Queen JEAN GLAZE Chi Omega Y I ky tb! .,: V 1 'i 5 'vl f'4?u' l Lettermen' Dance Alimwf: UXAI szvrfzilm' lJ ' l . , 4 03.9 .S'117'TO1I7Ifl 1' ie '54 Varsily Girl, Fmnres Anznrlccr, Pi Bum Phi. They f1rc:Pn11l Bull, fcn- nis: Ross Hlark, lrfirleq Larry Wliite, footlmll: Russ Nysledi who rereizfed IJIIIIII3' lJarmzv's lmskellmll troplzyg Sam Sziplizio, lmszflmll.' Ronnie Cal- kins, STl'l4II1IIIlIIg'.' and Wendell Nelson, golf Righi: Ralph Mntteurrl' gives Fl'HlIf1l'.9 the tmpli il' , y u IIl6 Lue Low. nllwirlriiil, is simply lhrilled gg., effing Q' v F gs Ll! Aboz1e:May11esl1e'rI rather kiss the Blarney Stone! Righl: Lady Engineer meets Philosophy major- 1161521114811 things into his own hands The engineers dz'dn't like Dave AIiIIer's eflilorinl -.ww In R fill Engineers' Day King of Hearts KING CHUCK KOSKOVICH Kappa Sigma ' 'LT 3. , f u .lark of Hearts GEORGE SH.-XFFliR Sigma Alpha Ejosilan f. , .ag I .XX 'x Delta Delta Delta gypsies dance into irst place Chi Omega choristers nab second as they laud America 1 w N I In I I l E , L ,' v 41 S ,G vitvq :iii G! lg: NF e e 1 5 . , I l 1? fl-Q ,Q f X Y E,., 4' .- I gf X 4 -: - '4 ag ' .5 W U If ' 4 g-,X ,Q Y. df? .nl I I x Q K Q - l F N 01' sf V 1 P ,P I 'ma I V N I 4, bfi. mf E. 311 1 30 'xll iu ' - wil? Q, 4' 5: -,Li L . -4 I ru f AL' ' if Q -lu 5 J xg 4' iwun.1-mxi' f .Wir ' Q' I xi l H+ b , , 7 I , Lf 125, Kappa Alphas snag semnd zuitli Ilzeir "Dear Ioan" letter Lady Godiva and the Sigma Clzis ride to a ,H E? 75 C 3- S 1f ,P -qv. ,- 'Z 'nv Q U9-p,. -IV l hrst place victory S4 5 I i Qi 1- gy: E Q., . L 9 fi H 0 Leg A1-lists in the Cosmo Can-Can Line C7 .J- '-wal Fl A ,xt ag, Q ,E X x xi Q M Y " "' A zvzglzz zn rarzs an 1 -zo .,,.1 Fleet's In at the Shipwreck Ball xr- - B1--.0 rx ,, X 'Q ' A wwf 1 4 I Did the Klondike Revival Revive Anyone ? - , H: -,':-.- 'T gi" .2-' N, AWN s H n ' X .F .. .:.. . I- 4 Q, .5 le. V 1 ,'. I V H, I ,w ,..,glN I :I - wqva I f ,'-is 4 ,'Qli,l,yf a'g'i'i"'-- . , ' 1,732.1 W ,X 'W' :LI --.1-ft. Q .Y , , f iw . - Q'i:'..,.,e.,.,a5i4.....:la-W-- , or gmHt,-3'i4v" - ' ' The University Kizfa Club of Indian students Tony Whitecloud, above, of jemez, world's staged the first annual Nizlioni Indian dances most famed Indian dancer, was featured at April 24 in Zimmerman stadium to lzeneht the the eeremonials, which also included Ed Lee scholarship fund for needy Indian students Natay, Navajo singer, and his wife, Pop Cha- lee, Indian artist K ,-Llzmxt , U1 The panorama of Indian trilml 1lanf'1's, typiherl hy the Shield danre. rllmzfe, is ilu' firsl all Indian sponsored t its kind ever held Pueblos tliron flmul ll l . - even of . g it' .wut mms! sent scores of rlam'f'rs. singers. and rlrnuzrners to participate in the Nizlzoni fNavajo for "beautif11l"j rerenionials EW PRI BALL 'S l . 41-4 .A if ., :g.':1:5-S" .-.izl it - "fu.i,-mwfmgg - . Paper Doll Candidates: Row 1: Myrna Morrison, Bundclicr: Nancy Burk, Della Delia Delta Row 2: Lucia Brown. Marron Hall: cl'.Xnnc Woodman. Alpha Delta Pi: Thulin Cw:cr, Alpha Chi 0l1lCg'2l Row 3: Shirley Wall, Kappa Alpha 'l'ilClil.1 Anne Nlcklordic, l'i Bela Phi: Mary Thelma Bryant. Kappa Kappa Gamma Paula Stromberg and date prance through a zippy La Raspa I I S - iva L Paco Michel gives out with one of his innumerable "jaliscos" Sig Eps shootin' the customers at their Midway booth 0 F I e s t a Dig that crazy combo-Go Man Go .A 1, N X Hub Mimi flings herself into the arms of a passing stranger. Old! "Later doll, here come the cops! Seated: Isabel Cella Norma Shockey Standing: Mary Russell Alan Springstead WHO'S Y' .is 1-Q12 :U - 41-. LY' , ..-ag-. . 1:,-5 I L 1 I i George Shaffer Mary Joe Calloway Winnifred Matthews Eugene Cinelli Herkus Letkemann Carole Heath Kay Mosher Charles Koskovich WHO jerry . Matkms Mary Ellen Smith john Farris 39 Q +A- 1 ,. ,-, ,...,,..,.. N E5 . X., ' sq , N ' ' ixxfn , X L, '-V 7. 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V w Akai 1 - , Y T ,. . , l 'K " ,dm ' A- At3.svr'1?'85'-l?":"5" , , T W,-Amer-fw w1 A ' - Q Y Q f fb-I - ' - , W W, igcarai E -3 I 1 1". L i ,ga .. 13' . . .,,,: Lqv, ,. .V V . V ' , . is YQ: . . y ' fl, -7. , WL ., ui Q ' x QQ' I . - 4 . vw 'ik -v ' J . Q Q w f,3!.25?T5 " -... -1:1 -ff . 495.-zw K H +,m1rafz3-AC.-455: Y. - .uk VJ -autfgfmg f. Ed fx 1 President Popejoy dunlfs a donut at the annual Hanging of the Greens. 1 tux 'il' i' of - The May Mortar Board breakfast procession is led by Dean Lena Clauve Woodward. and Dr. Dorothy i 1 Qw- TOM L. POPEJOY President JOHN PEROVICH Acling Comptroller ADMINISTRATIO A THQ I-1 X - FRANCE V. SCHOLES Vice Presidem SHERMAN E. SMITH Director Student Affairs Nb K x ,Q , -51 ' . tv -:ww V, -it 1 v- 'ui-Jw..--,.." ' ' wit A' 1 f:.t'1jiE??i3LJ,E.1.: i.-g.1gi,jg,g5?-Hyffl' x gifs!! as :N . 1 -1'1fQt?ire:,g mites 1 J J l H , ,, A I 1' -,H .. vs ,, s ff' ,f ' ' " ' pai as to -J "" W '1f"':f,:f'..-'gm' u D. . P 'Q f A Q5i'1?:r9lE'ff5isdz-:f:wdEh:5.l.X I ,Wi ' nm- f f' if wxwtzsxensemstf ' it : N' X ,-we A ff: 'W' . P . . J S 'QQ X ' ig A A J 1, ,J at :QL A , X . , r -r4i.v,55,J5.f , - 4- - -'. x.-. '- - '.--- - .- f 1 ,. 'Jr ' - . . aff". , A 11313. ' qifgfl' Q Elfiflf fl I , r if X Zilzfz' 4 V fi? , D J , ff . I ,- -me I i XI: X J A , if -Q 7 V fzhtrfh-1 X" ' xx - 'F .nj ' . 1.1 lm ,L .,,.:,vyX,, B J J QV, 5 . X -rg, A- cg, ' ".f.f.-,N-. -- f','i':,'1A?i2:'fq, A ' - t rjJ5:5,y:r4 N F, l 'P V4.1 g 's I N .sc Top row: " - JOHN N. DURRIE -""""" University Secretary J. C. MACGREGOR Director of Admissions BILL HALL 5- Q . Administrative Assistant . - "1 - , Second row: . V X , JOHN P. DOLZADELLI X ,. .4 ' N Director of Intramurals A J X . o WINIFRED REITER -' rt- V J Actin Director, Alumni Association 1 NX . g K is E X 44" I K1 r A "S . 'J .54 G. WARD FENLEY Director Public Information Bottom row: RUSSELL K. SIGLER Director General Placement A. A. WELLCK Director Counseling and Testing I I I I I . I I I I I HOWARD V. MATH.-XNY Dean of Men E. F. CASTETTI-ZR Dean, Graduate School Chnl., Biologv Deparuncnx .S- 97 N. LI-INA C. CIHUVE Dean of Women Dunn A. L. GAUSEWITZ Dean, College of Law "x C' -Q' 'ff' -3 i x ll I sY.J ,Q VERNON cs. SQRRELI. I , Collage nl' Business Administration! ELMON L. CA'l'Al.INIi Dunn, College uf PIIIXFIIIIICQ' l. "uv A 4 Nm N 1, .o Tm .-:Jw L':'f5!'i .. ... ,. -,:.5.A.'3LAzg. , JOHN DONALD ROBB Dean, College of Fine Arts .......1.:i. N. K. BROWN Colonel, NROTC Q 5 Fl .pt A R T LEZ L. I-IAAS Chm., Department of Art ff? 1 .X .ein -'Q A sf' A f it W A ig .x I ,wit V5 liz. Q . '-W k-q f , 'V ' . A'11 5 X 5 H EL ng- 4 HUGH M. MILLER ROBERT E. SNAPP Chm., Department of Music Chm.. Department of Dramatic Art W. M. MASSENGALE JR. Colonel, AFROTC ff X 5 t , if rn li ,L- ' ' 11 ..-1,4 iq' 'iflllfllh 5 . - f ' , . Q R' F X 5 gi t A :ii ,. 134' ' - "he ' - Lf? lilibfigggge. , , ..- ' A .. . f f. - - fr -f-Hunk' 4- : 1 1' 1' ' ' 4 . :: ,f ",ff'Q3if, 4, '45 ,f 1' f .X 5 f. .f'f3:gf1 lf . l . IQ, ,N r if , N l 1.6, - .. A !-. . - 4 - . , ,. s , " ' ,W 7 A , - -Qi' xg-gf .tw -us A, -1. 'fig A 1 'L 1g:"a:." ' -' Q 1 Qi A-,Q ', ., ' ' A -A ""'. ' if .V '.,.' 'T .2 F ,ht ,,.. I X T jig ,. 5? n ft E - , -H1 A-?"ew2 f:" ' . 1- --ters , . it ' ij: AV 'V " ' ' ij". f " ' " . , H ' 53 F. . V .4 AV . "K - ' . ' - .V 71 Q 1. , X, . . A . . V Y M - -1, 'fi try.. ' it U s '-I 1 ,A .E 25355 'W ' - 1: ff: .. ' '16-Z 5 - ,A L., -' i 7 1 . ' f freer' I' ,t- Dean, DUDLEY WYNN College of Arts 8: Sciences aim 'Q --his ji 5. , ' vi 5"' I-IUBERT G. ALEXANDER GEORGE W. ARMS NATHANIEL WOLLMAN Chm., Department of Philosophy Chm., Department of English Chm., Department of Econotmcs ,1-' Q, -P i, "1-5 ROBERT M. DUNCAN WAYNE C. EUBANK MORRIS S. HENDRICKSON1 Chm., Department of Modern and Classical Chm., Department of Speech Act. Chm., Department of Mathematics Languages lu nn vw n :Am K w. w. HILL MIGUEL Jomtm f I r i I y wb . -bg lv' L .- 12 : it :ft x . , 1 T P' T 1 -ax V V A1 , gi . 49, .- M 'V I V l L, L' ... tl X , ir. if 'ff .4 3' ,,.,,,. ll r' A l' 1 , la i ni E S' : gem: .gr-,, V 3. H Chm., Department of Anthropology Director, School of Inter-American Affairs W.-....,..r. , I, ,, .T A V 1 i, , f 5 ,L X 0' -V V "V - ' E Q-F: ,, 0 .. ' ' he - gt - --A 'fe--W .rr "'1.i.---.-.. ,I " ' 1 , -f T ly? ,Q ' ' f A ' fy-1 . , I '1 I. fvfl- 'I' - -A -V A t 'A , . r-. . . ' ' A flew, ,I P V .N ' l W, D. KELLEY Assistant Professor, Geography -., .nag P ,N N..- ' I 15379 ' . .V . -, 1: A 07' "ul ,EJ div -5 I . STUART A. NORTHRUP Chm., Department of Geology 76 m ai- 1 11 E- LHS-111 5-'rf 1 :i DAVID O. KELLEY Librarian ' It , 'ff-G A Y rn , ,,,, Y f --:r S ,Q , , 2 'V 2811- M ,r. , f ,5X?fu's l if , tr ,aj-if:-, E . 1-Fflffigtv . I' -. 'fe r' T: L, ,-mf "LQ .,.,.:, -,.., ,.:.,. ..: J. ii it .. , . ,Z H -3-:-Q :t -.3 2-,w .. 17: 1 1- .-,f:i...:f.,- --4... A --, 51 - : SN 4 I K A 1 'gan 11 4?L'.Jk ' ,nu B' 1 1 ,. .1 it , 'iv-tr i V Q lg ,JV fig X , 2 II, I l V ,Q -1, 11, ' , 4 i .4 ,, I t it -trivia- -K .ie if " 4 ,r m 5. .", ja: ,N PAUL WALTER Chm., Department of Sociology '-4. fn HOYVARD MCMURRAY KEEN RAFFERTY VICTOR H. REGENER Chm., Department of Government Chm., Department of journalism Chm., Department of Physics hs- N59 s'W 'i- Q-g.L-i. 1,2 k G" gf: JESSE L. RIEBSOMER BENJAMIN SACKS GEORGE M. PETERSON Chm., Department of Chemistry Chm., Department of History Chm., Department of Psychology EDUCATIO S fl . ,, sf Rf S- S. P. NANNINGA GEORGE W. WHITE Dean, College of Education Head, Division of Physical Education and Health !.-. -it , is 'S 'J F, E 'Iv' 1' BONNER M. CRAWFORD GRACE L. ELSER MERCEDES GUGISBERG Chm,, Department of Secondary Education Chm., Department of Home Economics Chm., Department of Physical Education for Women 'N .' I 'V 7 1. w -I 6.4, - iff' Q E . A ' ". . . Tl ' 5 ., 5 -G7 ,il zg- z i . ' ' Qmf' -212, i " Y A V Gai? QQ 31 .1 1,-.iff 3? " ROY XV. JOHNSON ALEX s. MASLEY . LOYD S. TIREMAN Chm., Department of Physical Education for Men Chm., Department of An Education Chm-- DePanmCm of Elementary Education NGI EERI MARSHALL E. FARRIS Dean, College of Engineering ,Q 44-4- T. T. CASTONGUAY CHARLES T. GRACE JOHN J. HEIMERICH Chm., Department of Chemical Engineering Chm., Department of Mechanical Engineering Chm., Department of Architectural Engineering RALPH W. TAPY WILLIAM c. WAGNER Chm., Department of Electrical Engineering Chm., Department Of Civil Engineering I 4155 EKTACHROME BY BOB LAWRENCE '3 '1 r ,.: , s.. .Savill if A ,I H .f'1sf,,"5 1 Q , ,gn t - Z'.zT'.. W .I ' ,VII I I rx ' 9 1 ' P ,li-'N a qui:-wgv f' , F kia? 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' 5 fi' l '-"' ,D I Q -Aram' ui ' ' 4 ' .:'n".- ff 2" " "S -- ikfzgg--'fe' ' H -Q- 'ffQm-,.l,...,iI' 5 'Qw- 4 I 1 J T559 :L ,, My T4 , ,HK X , , iz' N , w 4 4 Left to right: gawk i 2,5117 xi 03.1 Norma Shockey, Secretary-Treasurer Richard Ransom, President Phyllis Godfrey, Vice President Selffivrs f'How about changing my major to football," Bobby Nelson asks Dr. Keston at registration. Gs li i. bi Holly Adler Winnetka, Ill. Arts 8: Sciences KAT Newman club Panhellenic council William F. Baker Albuquerque Education SX Pre-Med club Barbara Allyn Maher. Colo. Fine Arts KKG-V. P. Spurs Homecoming Att. Douglas Barfield Business Ad. KS--Treas. Rallycom NROTC George C. Ambabo Bill j. Anders Syracuse, N. Y. Caldwell, Idaho Business Ad. Newman club Emmi Baum New York, N. Y. Arts Sc Sciences Phrateres-Sec. UIC-Pres. Student Senate 3. , i si' ' Arts Sc Sciences Richard Baum Albuquerque Education SPE-VP Band club I -,, l- -9 4. 25+ A AA"l".r ig tl lt '1 Donald Anderson Albuquerque Education KS Who's Who Football Leon Baumgartner Clovis Engineering SAE BSU Band Charles Archibald, j Alameda Arts 8: Sciences APhi0 USCF Richmond Bawuah Gold Coast, Africa Pharmacy USCF Canterbury club Cosmopolitan club no -C". l , 1 11.1 ifw yy -i' ' - 9 . . 6 Gerald Bellner .... Toledo, Ohio Bus. Atl., PKA, Newman club joseph P. Beverage . . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, AFA Peter Biddle ....... . Albuquerque Bus. Ad., PDT, APhiO, Vigilantes, DSP Ross Black ......... Albuquerque Education, PKA, Boots Sc Saddles, Lettermen's club Barry Blythe ......... Albuquerque Bus. Ad., SX, Newman club. AFA Virgil K. Boatright . . . . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Geology club Roger W. Boe ........ Albuquerque Who's Who, Khatali, APhiO-VP, Pre-Med club Gladys Botwinis ........ Albuquerque Arts Za Sciences, PBP, Pre-Med club, Cosmopolitan club Miles Brittelle, jr. ....... Albuquerque Engineering, SAE, Sigma Tau, AIA Donald Brockington San Francisco, Calif. Arts 8: Sciences, SPE Leo E. Brower . . . Albuquerque Engineering, AIEE, IRE Marietta Brown ........ Albuquerque Fine Arts, Sigma Alpha Iota, Newman club, Town club Charles A. Bruce ....... Albuquerque Engineering, AlChE-President, Sigma Tau Betty jo Bryan Carlsbad Education, XO Keith Burcham ..... . . . Hobbs Engineering, SX, Arch. Eng. Society George F. Burcher .... . Warwick, Virginia Education, Freshman Football Phyllis Burk ..... - .... .Albuquerque Fine Arts, AXO, Mortar Board, Panhellenic Pres., Spurs, Rodey Anna Butler .... . Albuquerque Education, BSU-Secretary Del Calhoun ....... Durango, Colorado Engineering, PKT, BSU, Vigilantes, Senate, AFROTC Mary jo Calloway . ..... Mancos, Colorado Arts 8: Sciences, PBI'-Pres,, Student Senate, AWS-Pres., Phi Gamma Nu, Who's Who Ruth Carmel ......... Albuquerque Education, XO, VVho's Who, Mortar Board, Spurs-Natl. editor, Mumce editor, TSP-Pres., PSI, Hillel, Forensic Society, Senate Donovan V. Carr ...... Muskogee, Oklahoma Engineering, KA, Band club, ASME, NROTC, Wardroom society Ray Carroll .......... Roswell Bus. Ad., SAE, AKPsi-Pres., Mnuice Bus. Mgr., NROTC, Ward- room society, Senate Julie Carter ........ Charleston, S. C. Education, Mortar Board-Pres., junior Class-Sec.-Treas., Ho- kona Hall-Pres., Student Court, PKP, PAT, Who's Who Gloria Castillo .......... Belen Fine Arts, ADPi, Homecoming attendant, TKE Sweetheart. En- gineers' Queen, Newman club, Rodey rx .,. l :, :gi E, . r? Vi' F ,wc J 5. '6 'K 'rf A r '.e321iz1f1'l, 0 X. ti wg 'Au Q H I 1 M 1 A ri 4 fv- 'ful' Q 5' .5 U .' , V 1 W .n- :r1J , N . 4 kznitip I . ' ' if fh- Q7 Fi 'Ii' J. j. Castillo .... Arts 84 Sciences, Newman club Isabel Cella ..... , . . Socorro . Albuquerque Fine Arts, ADPi, Mortar Board, Spurs, SAI-Secretary, Who's Who, Art Guild-Pres. john L. Chambard Engineering Los Alamos Conrad Chambers Albuquerque Engineering, ITA Linda Chess ....... San Marino, Calif. Art 8: Sciences, KKG, Lettermen's Queen attendant Pete Chiello .......... Carlsbad Bus. Ad., Newman club Hugh Church ..... . . Taos Arts 8: Sciences, SX-Secretary. AMS Eugene Cinelli ........ Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, PKA, Boots 8: Saddles, Rallycom, AFROTC, Who's Who, Fiesta King, Newman club Charles Clouthier .... . . . . Farmington Pharmacy, Am. Pharm. Assn., Phi Kappa Phi, AFA William Collier . . . . Arts S: Sciences, Pre-Med club Beverly Collins .... Education, AXO William N. Collins . Bus. Ad. Molly Conley ....... Albuquerque Pueblo, Colorado River Forest, Illinois Phoenix, Arizona Education, Town club, Mortar Board, Who's Who, Newman club-Secretary, Spurs, Senate Lorraine Corbin Fine Arts Betty jane Corn ...... South Hero, Vermont . . . Roswell Education, DDD, Athletic committee, WRC-Pres., Who's Who, Majors and Minors-Sec., Waterlous Cecil L. Counts . . . . Pharmacy Mary Ethel Cousland ..... Albuquerque . . . Deming Education, XO-Treas., MIRAGE Bus. Mgr., Spurs, Panhellenic- Treas., WRC, Senate Mary Therese Craig ..... Arts Sc Sciences, XO-Pres., Newman club, Heartsill Cribb . .... . Fine Arts, Rodey Kenneth Current . . Engineering, AFA, ITA Ruth A. Cuthbertson . Arts 8: Sciences Robert Czirr ....... Engineering, TKE, Senate, ITA, AFA john C. Davis ..... Engineering, ASME Morris Davis . . . . . Bus. Ad., University Democrats Pat Davis . .... . . . . Albuquerque Senate . Albuquerque . Albuquerque YVilloughby, Ohio Oak Park, Illinois Albuquerque . . Albuquerque Glen Ellyn, Illinois Arts 8: Sciences, DDD-Pres., Mortar Board-Sec., Phi Sigma Iota-Pres., Who's Who, Phi Kappa Phi, Spurs, Senate, Cultural Committee, Lobo e 1 I, :J 'Li' if Alice Deaton Albuquerque Education PBP Spttrs Lobo society editor Ormonde Earp Albuquerque Engineering NMSPE-Sec. ASCE Hubert W. Farris Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences james Fricke Albuquerque Engineering ITA-Pres. Q ll QF ,X ax Robert Dellolt Santa Ife Engineering SX Mary Edwards Fort Sumner Education AXO Homecoming Att. Cheerleader john A. Farris Albuquerque Engineering Who's Who AFA-Pres. KMU-Pres. Marjorie Furrow Galesburg, Illinois Arts 8: Sciences AXO Band 'Ay' be Beth Dickey Fort Collins, Colo. Arts 8: Sciences Canterbury club Anthropology club Spurs Sandra Eggert Albuquerque Education AWS Maj. 8: Min.-Pres. WRC john Featherston Los Alamos Engineering A I EE Ronald Gadolin L. I. City, N. Y. Arts 8: Sciences Wardroom society 41' ' Q 1 it Sl l f ' X4 4 ff .ipfx 1-tal R' E be Q f? Agnes Dodge Crystal Education Phrateres KOPhi-Pres. Kiva club jack Ehlen Tustin, Calif. Engineering Senate ASME Max Feld Albuquerque Engineering ASCE ARBA Canterbury club Budd Gallagher Red River Education ITA 5 "T 'cvs jean Douglass Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences KAT-Pres. KOPhi jack Enns Albuquerque Pharmacy PDT Am. Pharm. Assn. Kappi Psi jerome E. Firsty New York, N. Y. Bus. Ad. Senate Rallycom-Treas. Hillel-Pres. Claude Gamble Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences X3 'rv I , V Wifi fi' ei 1 1 Q V - 9 . . ' Q, - I Wh ' wt ' rg gg.-t X y :N 3 4:'- HI lvgzlr-. X E: If Q1 :"F7,y-got F H J t .fl t t- RN-.'fx53si Q' X' R A ,P y Fig 'sv' joan Downey Albuquerque Education PBP Cultural committee Fiesta committee Rolf Erikson Wheaton. Illinois Engineering Senate ASCE Chi Epsilon Patricia Fisher Cuba Arts 8: Sciences Phi Kappa Phi Robert Gates Cimarron Engineering SX AFROTC USCF if Donald Ducoif Albuquerque Engineering KS Intr. Council-Pres. Wardroom society james Eubanks Aztec Education Ruth Fleming Albuquerque Education Town club BSU nan Gentry Albuquerque Bus. Ad. SAE Interalfrat. Council AI-'ROTC T Donald Dunick Albuquerque Engineering Senate ITA Sanford B. Evans Albuquerque Engineering PKT Inter-Frat. Council ASCE William Fortune Arlington, Va. Arts 8: Sciences SAE NROTC Rifle team jo Margaret Gore Artesia Fine Arts Spurs Senate SAI O v M X K I L- 6' . 'K B LX "S ' MI li Q 'vu -3 J Wi no p Y ' . X 1 2' I 4,1 ' J 1' ' af in -' . Fifi- ., I, , . 1 N , 'Q 1 I 2 f f 1 li ' '.-4X ,-., 1 a. s A f s . 'Li-'hi' ' ' M :,f',- 'Xi . "Now girls, this is a serious occasion." fb 13' fu? if x Tom Grady Roy Bus. Ad. SPE YV ard room society Senate Daniel C. Hardin Albuquerque Education PKT lvilliam A. Henry Albuquerque Engineering PKT Boots Ze Saddles Arch. Eng. Society ? Cornelia Gray Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences AXO USCF Curtis F. Hardison Albuquerque Education PKA ITA George Hobbes Cimarron Bus. Ad. Il Y 'J .- J! IJ f Roger Green Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences KA-Pres. Who's Who Khatali Lewis Harris Albuquerque Engineering Senate AIEE William Holcomb Albuquerque Education APhiO Hiking club Univ. Democrats f 'Q-1 ifrwyf Frank Gruver Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences PDT Pre-Med club Varsity club Edward Hatchett Balboa, Canal Zone Bus. Ad. APhiO Delta Sigma Pi-VP AFA Norris Houk Albuquerque Engineering ASCE ARBA ,sf "i 51 .X ul Wyman Guthrie Albuquerque . Arts Bc Sciences SX NROTC Wardroom society Robert Hayes Albuquerque Arts'S: Sciences Edgar Lee Hunt Albuquerque Pharmacy Am. Pharm. Assn. Broadus D. Hale Albuquerque Arts Sc Sciences BSU Lucille Haynes Redlands, Calif. Fine Arts DDD Art Guild-Treas. AIA Alphonse Ignatowicz Albuquerque Arts Bc Sciences LXA 1' Diane Hallbeck Otnaha, Nebraska Education PBP Rallycom Carole Heath Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences KKG Mortar Board Phi Kappa Phi Robert Ingersoll Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences PDT Pre-Med club AFA ' Wuxi' Margaret Hamill: La Grange, Illin Arts k Sciences ADPi Panhellenic coun- Newman club Craig Hellelman Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences KS 1 IFC-Treas. Pre-Med club Mack lngle Clovis Engineering AlChE NSPE AFA Barbara jo johnson ........ Roswell Education, DDD-VP, Student Council, Spurs, Soph. class-Sec., PiKA Dream Girl attendant, Paper Doll attendant, Kappa Omi- cron Phi Edward S. johnson . . . Arts 8: Sciences, LXA-VP, AFA George D. johnson . . . Engineering, SAE, ASCE, ARBA Edmund Keehan . . . Education, Newman club Melvin H. Keifler ..... Roswell Albuquerque . Albuquerque Ithaca, New York Engineering, DSP-Sec., Vigilantes, ASChE, AICE Titia Ann Hopkins Kelley . . Education, DDD-Sec. john R. Kennedy ..... . . Albuquerque . . . Las Cruces Arts Sc Sciences, KA, Vigilantes, Senate, Wardroom society john Kepner ...... Arts 8: Sciences, AI'hiO, Newman club Taos Steve D. Klisanin ..... Socorro Arts 8: Sciences Dan Kloss .... . Albuquerque Engineering, ITA, AFA Koni Korsmeyer .... . Lake Charles, La. Fine Arts, DDD, Newman club Charles Koskovich ....... Canton, Ohio Bus. Ad., KS-Treas, Student Council-Treas., Athletic Commit- tee, Lettermcn's club, Who's IVho, Rallycom Frank Kretek ....,... Deming Bus. Ad., KS, Newman club Corinne Kriegc .... Perrysburg, Ohio Bus. Ad., XO, Phi Kappa Nu Mary LaPaz . . . ...... Albuquerque Arts Sc Sciences, Mortar Board-Trezis., Who's Who, Student Court, Phi Kappa Phi, Spurs, Rallycom-Sec., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Spurs Herkus Letkemann .... Swampscott, Mass. Arts 8: Sciences, KS-Pres., Khatali, Vigilantes, Who's Who, Chi Epsilon-VP, Senate, NROTC, ASCE Louis Leurig ...... . . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Phi Kappa Tau, Wardroom society, AFA Tom Lief ....... New York, New York Arts Ea Sciences, TKE, Pre-Med club, APhiO, USCF. AFA Nancy Lee Limbaugh .... Education, DDD Donald E. Livingston .... . . Albuquerque . . Pomona, Calif. Arts 8: Sciences, DSP-Pres., Student Council, Senate, Geology club-VP Cameron J. Mactavish ....... Clovis Engineering, Arch. Eng. Society, Sigma Tau, AFA Robert Malone ....... Tulsa, Oklahoma Bus. Ad,, KS, NROTC, Alpha Kappa Psi john Manias, jr. ....... Peoria, Illinois Education, KS, Kllatali, Vigilantes, Kappa Mu Epsilon, AFROTC -Cadet Colonel, Military Affairs Council Ronald Manzi ....... Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences Elmer Martin . Albuquerque -s. .1 a i ' ,Q 'ti IM i a i 7 H,- qun ecs- ,- WX li A s as-' ' -ft if . -n qfm I li 'df 1 , ,Q A '23 ,, I 1,0 ' ,Exile--K JFS-EE " I ti 14 5' 'ur' fX 1 O ov X 9- i V ,gi . P J' 'X 1, ' A Y iffrlw . 3711? . K ,f'-. I ' ,R 'S lx 5 ' L., fy- if jerry Matkins ........ . . Carlsbad Arts Xa Sciences, PDT, Student Council, Student Body-Pres., Vigilantes, Khatali-Treas., Who's Who, AFA, Forensic club Ralph Matteucci ....... Bus. Ad., SAE, AFROTC, Lettermen's club Winnifred Matthews ...... Albuquerque . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Mortar Board, Student Court, Senate, Town club, Spurs Marjorie McCament .... . . Education, KKG, Phi Alpha Theta, USCF Paul McCament ........ Arts 8: Sciences, SAE, AFA, Band, USCF Albuquerque Albuquerque Hugh j. McClearu ...... Duluth, Minnesota Arts 8: Sciences, Vigilantcs, Ski club Barbara McLean . . . Lynn Center, Ill. Fine Arts, DDD, SAI, Spurs Joyce Milholland ...... Pasadena, Calif. Education, AXO, Phi Gamma Nu-Treas. Alan D. Miller ........ Albuquerque Engineering, ASCE Jacque Miller ..... Santa Fe Fine Arts, Rallycom-VP, WVaterlous james B. Mitchell ...... Sauta Ana, Calif. Engineering, SAE, Letterxnen's club, AIA, Arch. Eng. Assn. Randall Montgomery ....... Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Geology club Tom Montoya ......... Encino Education, Newman club, University Democrats Murl Il. Moore .... . . . Wadell, Arizona Education, KS-VP, NROTC, Warilrooiu society, Vigilantes, AIA-Sec., Ski club Nadine Moriarity ....... Fine Arts, Town club, Kappa Alpha Mu-Pres., Wardroom society, Ski club Horace Morris . . . Education, Lettermen's club Patsy Morrow ........ Albuquerque Senate, NROTC, LaSalle, Illinois . . Raton Education, XO-Pres., AWS-Sec., Spurs, Mortar Board, Who's Who, Senate Donald Morse . . . Bus. Ad., KS, Football Kay Mosher ......... Santa Fe Albuquerque Arts Bc Sciences, KKG, Mortar Board, Rallycom-Pres., Who's WVho, Waterlous, Senate, Spurs, Phi Sigma Iota jerry Mozer ........... X Clovis Engineering, AIEE, IRE-Sec. Eunice Mullin ..... Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Am. Pharm. Assn. Herbert Nations ........ Albuquerque Education, AFROTC, Khatali, Vigilantes-Treas., Senate, Cul- tural committee, USCF-Pres. Sally R. Nelson . . . . Albuquerque F ine Arts Laura Newell Whitehall. N- Y- Arts 8: Sciences Anita Newton ..... Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, BSU, Pre-Med club -. fr " :aff A 'mls lil, ', "'.:'g :S-V :Iggy-1 sa . Q 'IN l'i :7'b.2i'uX2fi.. 5 5 '.f-g, ,sal , I:'..'4s' 'JA'F:!2 n ' --'e" ilifagg g S 1 if urn , V ,3, '4f,n s George W. Niles Albuquerque Education jean Wilson Parks Albuquerque Fine Arts SAI Ski club Charles Randall Taos Engineering KA-Sec. Wardroom society james E. Riggs Albuquerque Bus. Ad. Newman club AFA '27 janice Nusbaum Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences KKG-Pres. PAT-VP Rallycom-VP Louis E. Pate Carlsbad Engineering PKA Harry W. Ransdell Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences Lobo jason Rogers Santa Fe Arts 8: Sciences SX NROTC Wardroom-Treas. Russell Nystedt Evergreen Park, Ill. Engineering Wardroom society Lettermen's club Ar. Eng. Soc.-Treas. Earle Paxton, jr. Albuquerque Bus. Ad. DSP Richard Ransom Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences Phi Kappa Phi Senior Class-Pres. Who's Who Stewart Rose III Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences PDT .,, gg fi if H' if 5 tt t s Kenneth W. Officer Albuquerque Engineering PKA ASCE-Pres. Dorothy L. Peters Albuquerque Education AXO-Pres. Panhellenic-Sec. AWS William Rettko DePue, Illinois Education KS Football Robert Rothgeb Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences Canterbury club Geology club if 1- I P ' s A QW? .iifg xct . ii 'sgiyiaqsi ' Qi , : . W "" Donna Olewiler Santa Ana, Calif. Fine Arts DDD Panhellenic-Pres. Mnuce art editor William Pierce .Albuquerque Bus. Ad. DSP Lewis Richardson Albuquerque Education Lettermen's club Cecilia Rowe Socorro Arts 8: Sciences AXO AWS 1 422 Dorothy Osburn Lovington Education Lettermen's Queen Homecoming Att. Waterlous Ernest L. Pogue .Albuquerque Engineering PKT-VP Sigma Tau NMSPE Merrie Richardson Manchester, Indiana Fine Arts USCF Audrey Rundle Albuquerque Education Town club I 1 l , , ' 3 5' 'sf f'S21n:T::11f"'1 , 53152 .. u f. .wfznig 5 W , 5151. J' 12125I'i.' .1 ' V ' :.:j5ag,sg:ixs,. , . . .tt .wav -f --hs' fires , . .f Richard Panzica Peru, lllinois Education Lettermen's club Erncstine Prinkey Albuquerque Fine Arts Barbara Richter Saginaw, Michigan Fine Arts AXO AETA jerry Russell Terre Haute, Ind. Bus. Ad. - KS Inter-Frat. Council Alpha Kappa Psi I L. -as -if-F F , Q Harold E. Parks Albuquerque Arts tk Sciences Newman club Nlurgzuet Protz Carlsbad Education X0 Senate Harriet Riebe El Paso, Texas Fine Arts DDD SAI-Pres, Phi Kappa Phi Mary Russell Winslow, Arizona Arts Sc Sciences ADPi Theta Sigma Phi-VF Who's Who Frances Salisbury Albuquerque Education Norma Shockey Mountainair Education ADPi-VP Who's Who Popular. Queen Att. Marvin Spallina Chicago, Illinois Bus. Ad. Lettermen's club Newman club jerboans Ernest Suazo Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences SX Newman club ASCE James Sands Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences PKA james Siken Phoenix, Ariz. Arts Sc Sciences Alan Springstead Gallup Education DSP-Pres. Who's Who Mnmci: Assoc. Ed. Samuel Suplizio Du Bois, Penn. Education KS junior class-Pres. King of Hearts William Schooley Espanola Education KS Lettermen's club Ann Smith Albuquerque Education Wilfred Stedman Tesuque Valley Arts Ea Sciences Vigilantes Pre-Med club-Pres. Dorothy Swain Albuquerque Bus. Ad. ADPi-Treas. Beta Alpha Phi Gamma Nu Harry F. Schram Roswell Arts 8: Sciences PDT G. Everett Smith Farmington Arts 8: Sciences Kappa Mu Epsilon Richard Stelljes Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences PKT Pre-Med club Gloria Tabacchi Albuquerque ADPi Newman club - R ii W i '.i 3 fe l David Segal New York, N. Y. Bus. Ad. TKE Wardroom society NROTC Marv Ellen Smith Peoria, lllinois Fine Arts XO Student Council Popularity Queen Robert Stifl' Kenedy, Texas Education KA-VP Vigilantes Wardrootn society Billy Taylor Pampa, Texas Engineering ASME Pi Tau Sigma-Pres. Sigma Tau Q . George Shaffer Albuquerque Bus. Ad. SAE-Pres. Stu. Coun.-Treas. Who's Who Walter C. Stnith Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences Robert L. Stokes Albuquerque Engineering ITA-Treas. Norman Thayer Alamogordo Education PKT-Pres. Vigilantes Khatali-Sec. john Shaver Deming Arts 8: Sciences KA IFC-Pres. APhiO Shirley B. Snyder Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences Town club-Sec. Carol Stone Hermosa, Calif. Education ADPi Waterlous William Thompson Pueblo, Colorado Arts 8: Sciences KS Senate-Pres. Who's Who bl .1 F' A ,P l i l jack Shipman Albuquerque Engineering AES Robert j. Spahr Highland Park, Engineering LXA-Pres. ASME IFC Susan Strange 1 Sioux City, low: Arts Sc Sciences PBP George j. Thurn Philadelphia, Pe Engineering ASME Wardrootn sociel Gary Tietjen . Datil Education Don Torgerson Staughton, Wis. Arts 8: Sciences john M. Usry ....... V . . Albuquerque Engineering, AIEE, IRE-Treas., Kappa Mu Epsilon Allie Vandegriff . . Carlsbad Bus. Ad., Delta Sigma Pi jerry Verkler .... Socorro Arts 8: Sciences, Baseball team Richard Waggener ....... Albuquerque Bus. Ad., PKA,.AFROTC, Senate, Boots Bc Saddles Margaret Wang . . Albuquerque Education, PHP, Spurs David R. Ward ......,. Albuquerque Bus. Atl., PDT-Pres., IFC, AFA, Delta Sigma Pi, Young Republicans Margaret Weinrotl ...... . Albuquerque Arts X Sciences, Spurs, USCF, BSU, Geology club, Anthropology club William West ........ Oakland, Calif. Engineering, SX, NROTC, Wardroom society, Newman club, Chi Epsilon, Sigma Tan, ASCE, ARB-A Lewis Whiting ...... Albuquerque Education, PDT-Pres., Newman club jim E. Whittle ....... Ada, Oklahoma Bus. Ad., SAE, Alpha Kappa Psi, BSU, Band, AFA joseph Wilkolawslti ....... Albuquerque Education Howard M. Williams . . Albuquerque Engineering, IRE-Sec. Joyce Mae Williams ..... New Orleans, La. Pharmacy, USCF, Amer. Pharm. Assn. Malcolm lvilliams ....... Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, LXA-Pres., Pre-Med. club, USCF Arthur Willis, jr. ....... Holtville, Calif. Bus. Ad., SX-Treas., NROTC, VVardroom society, Aero. Assn.- Pres., Senate, Simline editor Donald joe Wilson .... . Albuquerque Bus. Ad.. SAE, Delta Sigma Pi-Sec. jack E. lVinkler ...... . Belen Engineering, Senate, ASCE-VP, ARBA Thomas Withers ...... . Albuquerque Engineering, ASME Anthony J. Witkowski ...... Braddock, Penn. Education, KS-Pres., Letlern1en's club Lawrence Wolgin ........ Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, PKA, Rallycom, AFA, Pre-Med club Marietta Nvoodruff . ....... Carlsbad Education, ADPi Robert Wootton .... . Albuquerque Arts 8: Sciences, Newman club Blanche E. Wraske . . Hatch Education x., Z r i t 1 1 i . .f 1 -H K .J ' y . .Q l i K. 5' Qui 6 Bett Hall This page is dedicated to the memory of Betty Hall who died in an airplane crash over Alaska last August. Miss Hall, one of the University's most outstanding.students, participated in many campus activities, including: Mortar Board, national president 'of Spurs, Student Council, president of Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Panhellenic council president. Last fall she was selected an honorary member of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Gene Alesch Louis G. Archulela Herbert L. Ashby Howard T. Bolton Michael Brady Robert Brizef: joe Brower Joel Burr Paul L. Butt Hammel Carrell Lloyd Vickers Crews Nancy Dougherty George Fenley Martha Ann Gnmbill Manuel Garcia, Jr. john K. Gardner Gerald A. Gerber Sonia Haas jim Heath Glen L. Houston Marilyn Humress Toxhiko Ikuta Allred LaGuardia YV. Doyle Lamb . --Q11-.- - Y G R A D U A T E is ' -5.1 ' '69 ' ' 4 'rl -. 3 if ki fi '-- . '. ' . V' ' if First row: M'aldem:Lr Leiding. Elizabeth Mark- .' N I, land, Robert A. Miners, Richard J. Powers, gg I ' :ja William Schnedar, Robert Sholola 5. 43, X Y , ' - --., -.eA.:wWn. . " -N6 5 Second row: jewel Busch Smith, joseph A. ' " " 'QM 'I b 1. ' 'Sl Soults, john E. Stern, Edgar Svcuningscn, ' W"'w"1l2llX AMPK. . 133 Q l ' Sam Thompson III ' -rp g. 1. -l 1 .Tl .. f rf wy P 3 . Aw C mon Fellas, ' ' I I gg- H Cl1eer."' 4 1 T5 V V V v r 215.21 , f E I f NCLASSIFIED -2 ,. ll rr 1.-r , ,, -H 'Q x 1 , lg xi -fl ,ali L' L- Barbara Brower Lillv Domenici Kcnncrh W. Drake Wolf-Dieter Eubn Thomzis S. jecusco Norman johnson Russ Lundin Nlunim Silfx 1 Eli. .. .. E - ' . . ' E in Q .ayfsgzfl H 15 W ,, - V ii? Hi Hi , 1 -wi 5 H," llifiuiiillll ' ll "..w ' 'E Y W :li-5525? df- ' 1 ,,-Q., El, , . MNH, . E: , l "Ei-r ... -I 'gm '. E "'1- '-5333. .P grim , 1 im ' "' lu '-. H J ,Lg IEE. .wi n Q. 9 :.: .Huw M w 1.11: in .. , , -1 321-A f - 1 ,iw - iq , 4 - ul- , I-we 1 :, wel, V - f-15' situ ,Y . H r l 1 1 i -1 ' ., L 'H - . , 4 . " r " ,N rv, fs i...-...E , l . ,E W , A E i ,, QE? ' 5 'Y , ' ms X ' 4 , Lffiggfffi ii if ii' W 7 w e I , isa!-L.-.Lf ---: i , ..LfA f i in Y ,v M5 I' 'F I V .. .. :gi - : ii ' ,Ui ll , wwe Left to right: Carter Mathias, President Elaine Bush, Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Mitchell, Vice President iulfzirfrs I l RESOLVED: "That we can talk anybody under the table."-and they did! First row: Alan R. Aldous, jan Alfidi, Eulalie Allen, Margaret Ange, Gilbert Apodaca, Juanita Armijo, Arthur Asper, Maryanne Atherton, Virginia Avis Second row: Frank Bachicha, Irene Barber, Ruth Bartlett, Gary Beals, Lee Berry, james Briscoe, Robert L. Brooks, Adele Brown, james R. Bruening Third row: Herbert Brunell, Mary Thelma Bryant, Robert Burns, David Burton, Elaine Bush, Elton A. Byerly, Ronnie Calkins, Mary Ann Cameron, Orlando Campos Q 1 A ,tg f e "Hu t fy U , l r , -i 1 -X . 4' s F J of 1 ,O 1 I .xr I xl . ,, ' ' ' X ' I W A if I M. , ' I .. A Q-f' ' Jack Carnahan, Marilyn Carson, George Casamirra, Clii- ford Caster, William Chaplin Dan D. Chavez, Edna Christensen, Geynell Clark, Bud Cook, Betty Lou Cordova Barbara Cunningham, John Danfelser, Geraldine Davis, John Davis, Wallace Deckcrt Joaquin Devargas, Charles L. Dickinson. Anthony Drape- lick, John A. Duff, George P. Dunigan Arthur M. Duran, Ronald Durckel, Fred Dyer, James Von Edelmon, Henry F. Edwards Josephine Ehret, Valerie Ernst, Ray Esqnibel, Margaret Faris, William R. Fisher Edward Fitzgerald, Lewis Folkner, Betty Folsom. James Ford. Mary Helen Garcia William A. Gardner, Jacqueline Garner, Arthur Garret- son Juanita Geer, Alfred Gibson 13 , ' ' f - vw -J , fix , in we :-V .,... . ,- . V zrl Lf i 4 ,xi 4 . J IQ, x ,VL t 5 it 1 ,A - , llii lf ' M 1 If F Ll ' .v J X I . , A C . if, , i h PI W ,x - is , ' ' 1 V! -A5 ' ' , C ,, 3 a gi ,J . ., h 'Q af' 'Rt Jerry Gillett, Gene Golden, R. Douglas Grant, Gilder Gray, Patsy Gricgo joan Grinslade, Esta Grissom, William Price Hale, Robert H. Hannifin, Kenneth Hansen Melvin A. Hardison, Alan Harmon, john Harris, Kenneth Harris, Herbert Hartman Patrick C. Heard, Ann Henning, Claron D. Hin- inger, Kent Hoffman, Mary Hoffman V I Y - - --1 I S 1 'ez' .21 A N ' a M ' .., ' -L f 5 5 'J-Gtxrilt i ff li My f 'gi -7 . JI , -1 ' q . 5.1 ' f' Q . Lf . , h X 1 21 h ,X y f I 7 jf' 13:4 7:2 A A1 2 'SQ R- i G KK Qt 'ff . Qi - 'v f r -sr ' Y'- G ,, ' 5- N' ' ""' ' "Y 1 "Ki" J inf 'qi - . 'VN L ,D 'xx :Mia . l , ? wtf, V V, 7 L F , 1 Wi A fee -gf an if ' N, TVA H, , '- ,:-- , - I Noel L. Hofmann, Lawrence I-logrefe, Robert K. Holwick, Frederick B. Howden, Wilton Hoy Judy Hubbard, Robert L. Hurd, Don Hyder, Mildred Hyder, Richard Jackson Ronald Jaeger, Bruce johnson, Paul johnson, Richard C. johnson, William B. Keleher Burdell Kietzmann, Charles Kinsolving, Robert Kirk- patrick, Theodore H. Kittell, Maxine R. Kleindienst 7 r, P- 1, , f Q ' 'Q ll' 1 1 N 'l ,' Pati Kleinhein, LaRoy Knott, Nancy Kolb, Robert 4 , 1 1 Koontz, Carolyn Krueger . , , -W , I , . 1 V ,.. rg ww? .- H: X ' 91 . ' 1? Q ,Q 1 will V Q V A ' ,V Wd sa ' Richard Langley, Lou Lash, Richard Lauderdale, Claude X v' S- Lewis, Dorothy Lewis ll V. iv Q Z 'Sf f K if. gl 1 joe H. Liebert, David Linder, Norman H. Loftus, jan N K, A Loveland, Lue Low 2 i J i "Br" 1 ' - qu 4 'T' ,' 1- , 4 '-1 I A. -. A llfir , Wynn: 1 '-A 4' k ' 1' F Fred W. MacNair, Vicky Mason, Carter C. Mathies, Rob- : P ert a ne Iaxwe , 1 re . c urnett ' 'V' Ai Wy it llW'lfdRMB Ei' Ei Ann McCollum, Fred B. McCracken, Cameron McKenzie, Marie jo Miera, David F. Miller LA A A 1 K 1 nil' 'L l V 1 tt if 4 Norene Miller, Frederick Minshall, Barbara Mitchell, Diti - 'Q , Mitchell, Newton Mitchell Charles Mohr, Solomon Montoya, Morrison, Margaret Morrison Iohn Mulcahy, lVilliam L. Nicks, Daniel Eagan, Beverly Ochtcrbeck f , "" Samuel Moore, john H. T s' h Q' , , y 4 . , 'U' ,Z I 1 lull L A "ul, 'lib Richard Novaria, john X -- , ' 123' I , - Q L Q5 f ' f 4, . avg . 'xl f A 1 . -I tl t . Y' . Xl Y X dgnlirw -.av - , gn' Q- S9' , Mary Alice Osborne Margot Palese Shirley Patrick Roland Payne Shirley Platt Marlin Pound David Quinlan i 4, ' ' .6 Theodore Raff fy' Q Carolyn Ramsey QV -v jane Reynolds Oleta Lou Roberts 5 Q joe Roxno V Lawrence Ross T - Carmen Roth g ' A Q - I ' W'illiam Rourke , . .- -,fx 1 1 K in . 3' T' -5' l Marilyn Rundle V ,' ' ' gig , Mar aret Rutz , I, .,,,,.2 E A i Shirlie Salvage 1 Clark Schalfner Q YC ax b his john Sehuelke I 'I ' Nancy Shell 'J' - ' N l Gloria S. Silva Marjorie Smith A u L Rick Sneddon 4 , A ' F iw.:-. . Q 9 hr ' "" K ' W S, ' -J' f T, if ' 3. A , K , 'r w v j ' r - av , 5. I It .- ' ' , Fl' X . - I 2 . LA 'Q , A .g ., ' A f ' 2'-Q -.f H J Q., -V - gkig-r f ., ' . If " ' X V H Nil-.1 Q, if f R First row: Gordon South, Engle Southard, Sara Spoon, Thomas Stephens. Howard Stockton, YValter A. Stone, Fred Stinson, Marjorie Stoops Second row: Gordon W. Stout, Ann Lee Stranathan, june Stratton, Robert Stuart, Jeannette Swillum, Mildred Tarpley, Robert Teeft, john Teetes Third row: Rota Terauds, A, L. Terpening, Peggy Tcstman, Glenn lVeldon Tillery, Doug Tingley, Iris Tolliver, Ruth Tondre, Kenneth Tyson "Hari: the Herald Angels f?j Sing-" - :Q A -0' ,, ' in 5 ' ., 'M- ., ,cb , .. A K 3 ragga, . , '- ' . 'T er ,- iv. . , -K ' 1 ' . ,K im f Kbb' X 'S . ' -H 11 - ' . -15 ,ii . , , a aaar i ,,, , , Firxl row: Robert F, Verbeke, Ruben J. Vigil, Dave Warren, Neil Weaver, Virginia Wehmhoner, Robert Wenrick, Robert Werner, Bill Werrell Second row: Robert Werlhcim, Larry While, Noel C. White, Charles Wicgel. Belly J. Wildman, Oliver R. Wiley, Harry L. Williams, Sherman Williams Third row: Beverly Williamson, james Wilson, Byrn T. Witt, james A. Woods, Helen Woodward, Beverly XVoolfall, Patricia Wright, Ryoko Yafuso ll .l H 'K ! f P I w 1 " 4. ,. v f- ,an l .-l, . -.A. , Q. l ,i .x -.4-:L6,,,i, A 'UT ... : ' .ig-5, 1 H' .,..,,, J- b J' ,. Q " ,! :V -" 44, " funn? ' "' 5 " ' ' ' . Q'1U't', ,i Q". v ... "N 'W' 4 "V .x J. ' 'QA 'JK' ' M ea f' e e ff--mit ' """""n1 "C "" -I - .."-. ,' -' v -s.44- un mg V Q, Left to right: Michael Keleher, Vice President Sharon Yenney, Secretary-Treasurer Edward Tristram, President Saphnmores wi' ,X ll - I4 .f, f- an-4 1 E sf ef'- ,QR .',.- 'Q fn- 1 gt 'q 'i A' I X 'sl' xl A - .w.'..f-Cf 'i vm! .. 1 - gf A' J r Ea ZX 1 K7 Y . lla First row: Margaret E. Ackerman, Jeanine Adams, Jerome Adams, Jerry Adkisson, Robert Alber, William R. Alexander, Jerelyn Allis, Frances Amacker, Brooks Ambos, Jr. Second row: Leanora Anderson, Arthur H. Ansline, Mary-Hugh Arnold, Treaver C. Ashby, Sallyanne Bachman, Douglas Balcomb, Richard Ball, Janet Barnes, Arthur D. Barrett 11 Q 4852 I 1 nv 7 " -3' V? il I' auf" ' I ' J I r 1 . ww- H h ' W , Y - I ' . J A t ' J - J dx 3 f , A 5, ' ff. ' ' Eg? If ,JL 1 FJ J, .. .Q L H Q f f uf . " ' I sz it J M Q' ev' : 3 Q 4- i J 4 "ff B' " 'M , ft LRVFA , f ' X "2 ' J, G 'S , 'V N. 'irf ' X ' V 'V I ' L . 1 in 1 . Vi? ,fi , , wi. sl' 1' - Y , . V i ' Q ' -5 G Xt' A , n H f ' ' , U " AG, . ' r ,I - , if . 0 0... 4 X ' iv , - . 'f-' . , , i if 9' -' ,. ra 'Q' rf Y f f ka ,- , 1 , -' rx J " . - ,X I Q 1 Q , - N Third row: Bonnie Barton, Peter W. Bawuah, Don Bay, Robert Beale, Ervin Lee Betts, Margarete Beverage, Harry Birkelo, Wally Bisbee, Robert Bogan Fourth row: Ronald Bowra, Donald Bozeman, James Bratcher, Mary Bratschi, Donald Breech, Tomas Bringas, William R. Bruening, Paul Brunet, Richard W. D. Bryan Filth ram: Robert Bryant, Nancy Burke, Thomas Cadwallader, Richard Camacho, Robert Campbell, Jessie Capps, Joanne Carlmark, Charles Carlson, Jill Carson . A 'I f me . '45,-x if .,l l But girls, you haven't lived until yozfve swallowed some of this ch 1 if 1' A f Q, f lorinef' iw . 'ns 7 W x I - Q lg K' ' K' l - ' J , , S' 1 l-12 ' , , l l 0 ' X' I 1 , ' 5 f ,. X' 'Q f - 1 X ' V: First row Charles Cues Ann Chaffee George Chaires, julia Chant, Robert Chatten, Gloria Chaves, Dennis Chavez, Mona Christensen, Sylvester G. Chumley Second ron Laur1 jean Coburn Emilio Coca Nancyc Colfce, jerry Coleman, Don Collis, Fred Cone, Nancy Cone, Kerry Constzm, joan Cook Third 'ron joe Don Cook M ilham T Cooper john Cox, Phil Cravens, Dale Crawford, Roma jean Creecy. Constance Cummings, Teresa Cummins, Alva Curry Y 4 . l 59" ' 1' f 'N- . I- i Q? " H- I ag' in ,,, ,. ,,,,,..... , . i ky ,' -0: Q ' gg-y 42 yi J I I X I J I A . I V2 A N 5 4 4- -, 'f .sf T ef-Q if 21 F ' ' l ,A "' 2:5 K f 1 J r' to t J" V- 1 -A Y -J N 'll' ,.. ,- 'Q .00 X Q ' 7 .y I X - s , , M 1 - R , Y -: -LE? i Y K 'V V .I ft-Sigel. 'N sl 1 if'-"' -N 2 1 V K, ' f X ,A.. I ,,,4.. E nf If i .ml M I. 5 H II-'irst row: Sara Curtis, Tuna Dabbs, Marvin F. Daley, Harry M. Davidson, Nancy Lee Davidson, Clark Davis, Donald Davis, Thomas E. Davis, Winifred Davis croml rmv: Bruce D. Dawlcy, Emmett B. Dawson, james G. DeBolt, Kathleen Decker, Charles A. Dclcamp, Manuel Del Llano, Margaret Doherty, Alton Dohner, Verna onlin Third row: Edward L. Drew, Roy Dukcminicr, Gretchen Durst, Edward Dvorak, Bill S. Eichert, Jacqueline Eisele, Margaret Ellis, Frank English, Carl L. Esenwein l Q' 'X ,' .0 5 , W . A i F xg A? "' li' r -' X F x ff' xi!! f mst .za 'S' I ""..'!' I y S 2-57 rr 1111 X I f , if ., K X r an E' . , " 4 Q- 4 5' , Q , -iff Q 4 L i s A .1 ' "I 'ourilz 1-mu: Mary Katherine Euhnnk, Richard Fnllis. David Faw, Barbara Fee, james E. Ferguson, joseph R. Ferreri, Gerry Lee Fettas, Frances Fish, Elsa Fleming 'iflli mum- Dom Florence, Bob lforhcs, Peggy Forsman, Charlene Francis, Irwin Frank, james Freese, Clarence W. Friesen, Ralph Fulks, Anthony Galaz ixtli row: Robert Gallegos, Ruth Galloway, Dorothy Garrett, Roberta Gatti, David Geliebter, Kenneth L. Gibson, Harold Gillit, Frank B. Gilmer, Connie Giomi , . 'jxmry '-12' .' Flmfw 3. if -ff- '-' 1:-il W ll I1 i ref, I .5 .. i Q J, H.. it I-1 i ,ANI , ' v row ' . 3 if I Y I Q..-Y At, Firsl row: Robert B. Glascock, jean Glaze, Larry Gonzalez, Teresa Gonzalez - Second row: Nancy Gordon, Vincent Gormley, Dorothy Gorry, Carole Graham Third rmu: joe Gray, LuCinda Griego, Billie june Grizzcll, Barbara Groesbeclf "Well, I really ought to study, but it sounds like so much fun." 1 ,X Q 1 ,fx 1 3 Q. X, ,- R , N J 1 , 1 u K 1 , S! ,! 1' ev- i ' 7 i K' Q 1 5 N, I . " Y . ,. -.J , '-.' o - t 4 v 4, A 5 , r 4 '- Q ,s" G , , K I br I l' lx Fourth row: john Gruschus, Margarita Guara, Janet Guard, Marietta Gurley, Thomas Gutierrez, Victor Guzzo, Robert Harker, James Harper Fifth row: jo Harper, Richard Harper, Roger Harris, Dan D. Heath, lveanelle Hedgcoxe, Susan Heflin, Charles High, Wayne Hisey Sixth row: Dee Hodel, Sigrid Holien, Don Hollis, Carole Holmes, Cleta Honeyman, Peggy Hooper, Marilyn Horton, Muriel Hunt Ru 5- 1 I' 48 75 -1 5' N , A '1 4 C K 1 j .QI A A ' V 4 ' :if 'F ., 1 K I It X R .. K 1 Y 5 , , ,Q fa 2 5 A ' ai , C., 4, f L' X V :T- . X X ' Ama H X Y v B 1 , 1 ig s 3 . Q I K 4-5. W Q' Xi H ' ' ' I , if QI YQ , E? ., , ,Q . ",. ' , , 2 .,.- 4 if First row: Douglas Hughes, Bill Hurley, Ken C. Hybarger, Toshio Ikeda, Martha Iwaski, Carl T, Jackson, Ernest Jaramillo, joseph S. Jenike, Coral johnson Second row: Lewis Johnson, James Jordan, Vickie Judah, Eva Kay, Pat Keely, Michael Keleher, Laura Kelly, Francina Kercheville, Vernon Kerr Third row: William Kichlinc, Sylvia Killgore, Joyce Killion, Carolyn Kloss, Miriam Knapp, Beverly Kulczy, Frederica Lamb, Donald Lane, Rowena Lane 1: Q3 ---, K, , 5 I, K JI g - W Q l-Lb! In A . ., "7 A 1 if 44, we Q ? 3 Q' 'i ' , ,fl ,s , .' .' Q., . J ' Q gi if g t . ' ISN M Yan- I ag- Y X Y ' 'I . K Q E ,. 1 Q.-'H .P ' d . X J, ' , 4, if-5 -, ,gf-, 1 " R ' EW n 1. '-.J ' 'f it ' S' ' "' .. N 5 , ' N RJ I 5 I 521- - 'U' Q . Eg- . 'E X ' as , Qi F - f 4 55- , St ' . ir, -. . es. 1 M E X . t za V fp M -1 SIN c - A X ' , X V 1 ' N 1 Q F. XJ 5 . ' 'ii , ir f 'mzrllz raw: Bob Langell, Carl Larson, Paula Lawson, Charles Leach, jean Ledercr, Ann Ellen Lee, Eleanor Lefler, Robert Lindh, Oscar J. Linman 'ifth row: George Lisle, Sandra Lockhart, Alfredo Lopez, Philip Lovato, Laura Lon Lovett, Prescilla Lucero, Peter Lujan, Dale Mackey, Flora Maestas ixlh rmu: Larry Malenfent, Gaye Mangold, Patricia Mares, Mary C. Marchetti, Alice Martin, Monica Martinez, JoAnn Mathany, Stephen Matthews, Mary jean Iattingly 1 L F 'H ur 'Tvs' H I W.. l f j TG my '24, 'I If 4 Q5 A A H A 9 F: Q rn ' ' ' ' .l i -'E t 5' 1 5 I v ll, ln First row: Paul Mattoon, Preston G. McCrossen, Belly McDonald, Clyde McDonald, Carol McDonough, Larry M. McGrew, Lloyd McGuire, Mary jo McGuire, Michael MeNevin Second row: Arthur Markle, Dave Metzlcr, Donald G. Miller, Wilkie Miller, Malcolm L. Mitchell, james Mittler, Anita Morris, William Moulds, William C. Moxley ' 1 hi A ,'Y at-'19 i1. a "' aff -' ffl' C S L A X ,W 1, 45? y v V -J - N C D ill-5 if """ Third row: Xvaller Myers, Nancy E. Neeb, Bobby Nelson, Carol Nelson, Thelma Nelson, William Nelson, David Newman, Judy Nickell FourIh row: William Nickeli, Abbey Nixon, Gary Noss, john Ogilvie, Elizabeth Olmstead, Nancy Overfelt, Frank Parker, Ernestine Palino Fifth row: james Patton, Palsy Patton, Betsy Peirce, Norman NV. Petersen, Iames Peterson, Thomas Pettit, Sally Pfeiffer, Carolyn Phillips 1 , , .' Ly. Ee l Q... "So what if it is final week?" 'T Qk.A f 1 TQ fi.. N G Ar' V X X L An, - - I T ,,y lQ ii ' 9 1 Ap -N 1 A 1 ','2 f.-QQ -M . EJ? First row: jo Anne Pierson, Peggy Pinkerton, Stewart Pinkerton, Thomas Podleski, Harry F. Pomeroy, Diane Pool, Marcelino Prelo, Muriel Pride, Ronald Propper Second row: joe Quintana, Lou Ellen Rawson, Chad Rea, Richard Reinhert, Harriette Reynolds, Robert Rickellon, Donald Roberson, Helen Rogers, Emma Romero Third row: Paul Rose, Arthur Ross, Toby Roybal, Ann Rubincam, Wilbert Runcorn, Max Salas, Frederick Sallade, Celina Sanchez, Connee Sanders l H 'B 6,55 1 ,Sa t WV' fi 1 ..,.. 1 T : M- "L . J Ja' :ll g' 4' T""4m 1 I R "Pr 1 'F 'K l First row: George P. Sandoval, ohn Sch ma l S h if Y-1 k 5-an A I L j a un, jo tn c roetler, Charles R. Scott, Hayward Scott, Joyce Scott, Stuart Scott, Martha Sell, Celia Serrano oy t1e tegent 1 er, jovce Simmons, joe Singletcrry, Sheila Skinner, Thomas Max Sloan Second row: Walter Scrvis, Ellanora Shaw, Leonard Sheflield, Shirley Shchan, L ' S S' h.l Third row: Louis Max Small, Alice Sm'th C l' S ' D ' J ,-..- i , ecc ta mtth. onald ll. Smith, Lucille Smith, Rose Ann Smith, Bob Sollock, Sue Southern, Bobby Spinelli 1 an Q ' 4 fu- Ev Y i l Fnurllt row: Theresa Starkey, june Stehwien, Lois Stephens, judith Stermer. james Stevens, Milan Stewart, Norma Stewart, Patricia Stewart, jane Anne Stinnett Fifth row: Linda Stowers, Sarah Stringer, Edward Sullivan, Peggy Sullivan, Polly Sullivan, jan Summers, Karl Svensson, lvv Lvnn Tapp. Helen Tarplcy Sixlh rozu: Nicholas Theodore, Leslie Thomas, Marvlu Thomas, Thomas R. Thomas, janet Thompson, Dorothy Thornton, Gilbert A. Torres, Robert Tresner, Edward f Tristram , if if 17-7 x..' .W-I 019 -nm, Ibis f .K ml rnzr: Raymond Rudolph Trujillo, Maurice R. rumble, Wayne Tucker mud row: james H. Turner, Virginia Valdez, Pedro illcs hird row: William H. Vance, Nancy Lee Vann, jean 'LIC Vasquez 9 -Q. Pdf Q hr , 'S' f .sy :fs . '5 P7 'S' 22 "Hi Ya Mom and Dad. Come on in and meet the gals." .f'L'i I' Q s 2 M i Q. 'Qu-.1 1 "5-' X 1 4 fl! il " ff W k. A- nrth row: Lita Vigil, james Walker, Shirley Wall, Sherrell Walters, Robert Wang, Helen Vlfard, june Weaver, james F. Weber 1 Eh raw: Susan Wcitzcl, Donnie Welch, Theodore Wengerd, james Williams, Shirley Allene Williams, Gwendolyn Wilson, Herbert Wimberly, Carol zz 'li row: Bruce Wood, d'Anne Woodman, joan Wootton, Robert Wortman, Don W. Wright, Walter XVyche, Sharon Yenney, Dorothy Young Left ,al ,mav- "2 .-of 'rf . --51" 0 'fp right: James Morris, President Patricia Blair, Secretary-Treasurer Donald Spoonemore, Vice President grcshmeu 7. E , 'Z 4 :IQ .V 1 2-iiiff. , ii nz: V an i A ' V, ' , ie, - A k y 5, Q N E-W - A 'IQV .,. , First row: Constance Abbott, june A. Adams, Mildred Albert, Robert Alexander Serorzd row: Sandra Allen, Nancy Allnutt, William Amorous, Kenneth Anderson Third row: William C. Andrews, Marie Ashcraft, Kenneth Avery, Toribio Avila Doing the Varsity Can-Can. C' K -7 I 1 1 Q A -fi Q' i -A E: ,, YN., r S52 he + Fourth row: Betty Baca, Ruben Baca, Robert Baird, jackson K. Baker, Marianne Baker, Zoe Ann Ballou, Ann Bamford, Elizabeth Banks Fifth row: Neil Banke, Robert G. Barker, Yumpy Barker, Barbara Barnard, Roger Barnhart, Robert Batho, Stephanie Bazley, Elwin Eugene Bearrow Sixth row: Marilyn Bebber, Georgia Benakis, Robert Benvenuti, Susan Berg, Robert Bergstresser, Charles Arnie Besser, jane Blair, Ronald Blakeley hav -1.1 - X I v NJ 8' X First row: Constance Blakeney, Bruce Blochwitz, john Bobroif, janet Boesch, Mary Bolts, Robert Boyle, Bertha Bradt, Mary Ann Brockman, Alexander H. Brown Second row: Barbara Brown, Maralyn Budke, Minta Sue Bunn, Ann Burch, Nancy Burk, Garnett Burks, Richard Burrow, Roger Busch, Nina Butler FRESHME ' 11 'P ba B 'nv Iii i K l ffl N v x I X. V ' I Third row: William Butterbaugh, Luelleu Campbell, Richard Campbell, Robert Campbell, Richard Carbajal, Nancy Cnrmany, Mitchell Carter, Lucy Ann Catallo, Arm Chnkcrian Fourth row: Robert Gregg Chappell, Abran Chavez. Anselmo A. Chavez, Armando Chavez, Consuelo Chavez, Lourdes Chavez, john Chisholm, Winston Christian, Judi Church Fifth row: jo Ann Clauvc, Thomas Cochran, jun, Carol Cole, Richard C. Cole, jenn Coll, Donald Coonlicld, Arlin Cooper. john C. Cooper, Nancy Cooper I Q 'Q ' ' nur '. - Ji 5 r' - ' 'N " -, '11-' l ,If-, V. K- y " ,fl X' v-4' Sm ' K, Q 7 is K P l r S 4 A' ? 1 U 1 , X 6 0- 9 M 1 ,0-. X1 5 fl S ' A M i N I 'x If! 5 5' Q' Q! l ' A 6' , l sf I. I5 " lx ,I R' x 2 Q ' . I I A First row: Lindrith Cordell, Ronald E. Cotten, Virginia Covey, Mariel Coxe, Ardith L. Craft, James Cramer, Gary Crawford, Robert A. Crist, Sally Crook Second row: Harold Cross, Lou Ann Culley, Dorothy Cunningham, Paul Dague, jane Day, Lela Decherd, Tom DeGregori, james A. Dempsey, Norris Deskin X ' av" . :ff I 5 'S' J - 2 x 1' V- Liga? all lf ikx ji: " ' i' l 1' 4' , i v X 4 5 4 I , ' ' ' V " ', 'E-sd 1 l ihird row: Vina DeSoto, Dorothy Dickinson, Theodosia Dicus, Robert Dierman, Douglas Dillard, Philip Dillard, Sue Domeier, Donald L. Dovel, Bruford Doyle ourth row: Richard Drake, Conrad Dratwa, Barbara Duenkel, joseph Duffy, Claudette Duplentis, Sherrill Eckhouse, janet Evatt, Charlotte Ewing, Georgia Fackenthall iflh raw: Betty jo Farrer, Betty Fawcett, Robert Fellabaum, Royola Ferdinand, Leonard Ferguson, Betty Fischer, Betty Fisher, Roger Figge, Rosetta Flippen gin K1 ,- J- Q.,-1,.Lf,q"' .- ,,'- ,wt .5-,J s. JW' J L, . 5 f il -1 ' r 1 1 l , 1 l' lll 'td' 'HL is l W W V :f First row: Lawrence Foor, jacquelyn Forde, Barbara Frederich, Peterl Freeman -""" Second row: Ralph Fulks, Betty Fuschino, Marie Elena Galaz, Joan Gallegos ,Mika-. - ,X F XL A Third row: Robert Garcia, Helen Gardner, Annette Garrett, Patrick Gavin -. . 'M s' ' 5-K '-X 'NY-'.we.,, You should have seen them coming downhill! i is Q". LAM V 3 , R 555 x,..,,X 'a V Q N ,orl- s tl ll 1 l X x 1 4 t NJ ff if -1 ,mul iz, KP .. 5 '11 fy " l, ' H J qv. V . 'N Y , as: 'U we ' J 'Q' tl r- r "M u VLU, . j Fourth row: Alice Gay, William Gebert, Carolyn Gildea, Muriel Girshick, Patricia Gloss, Jemima Goldammer, Patricia Golihtly, Richard Gomez Fifth row: Peggy Anne Gonzales, Ramon Gonzales, Alice Gore, Keith Edward Gore, Elizabeth Graham, Robert G. Graham, Gail Grady, janet Sue Gray Sixth row: Thalia Greer, Edward Griliith, Yvilliam H. Grone, Maurine Gummels, jimmy Haggerton, Ronald Hanna, Bernece Hanson, Sonja Hanson NVQ bf ' T7 a 43 ls .EY A 4 I e u ' Q31 L. r. YE, ,- ",, r N ... , N L. 1 4 Fi . Q H fl ' -. 'V irst row: Edward L. Hardin, Dorothy Harroun, Nancy Harwood, Keith Hayenga, Isaiah Haynes, Marlene A. I-Ieadrick, Nicole Heare, joan Heaton, Lottie Beth Hedgcoxe second row: Betty Heggic, Shirley Ann Hcllekson, Gary L. Hemphill, Joyce Hemsing, joe Henry, Gene Henson, Grace Hernandez, Cooper Hightower, Mary Elizabeth Hill hird row: Richard Hill, Katharine Hines, Robert Hobbes, Glenda Hodges, Roberta Holland, Royene Holmberg, David Eldred Holt, Jr., Diana Holterman, George oneycutt fi , A 'eur- .,,.., wr- ga.. fu .y. ,. , 'U' X a .-:X l lf - 'E A w . 7- - - A 6 -Q' H .y it eg x. Q' , ,X l 1 I y '- I -1 lb' ' ebay. ' '- 'U T ":-7' Fllllflh row: Bruce Hood, Constance Horak, Linda Horton, Mona Howe, Marcia Howell, judy Huber, Gale Huckaby, Brownie Hundt, Orvel L. jameson Fifth row: Barry jenkins, Donnelly johnson, Harry R. johnson. Tom Johnston, jack Lon jones, Patricia jones, Barbara Kemp, Nancy Kern, Charles Neal Kibby Sixth row: Don L. Killough, Alfred T. Kilpatrick, Helen Kimbell, james Kirksey, James Kite, Frank Koehler, Max Lare, Diane Laughman, Bert Ledbetter , 5 'ff A ' r s ' S7 'A ,N w,-gf 5' 1 4. H Sw l '? t i l , v L if , 'Q First row: john Robert Lehman, Renee Lewis, jerry Lott, Martha Lou Lowance, john Lucas, Richard L. Lucero, Benjamin Luchini, Lorna Lugenbeel, Constance Lumbert Second row: Olinda Luna, Suzanne Lynn, jacquelyn Macaluso, William Mackenzie, William Madden, Cornelia Magee, Irwin R. Major, Charlene Mann, Myra Manton FRE HME Y X "" fa . ,.A if , V, . .5 Q ' A' 7" ' , ef . J ss f n Z, if . -r A J J , . X -. ' 1" ' l " 5 4 I J . W WH 1 " rv 'Kgs-A Third row: Frances Marquez, Marilyn Marth, Kaye Martin, Eloy Martinez, jake Martinez, Charlene Mason, joan McCabe, Martha McCulloch, Barbara McCurry Fourth row: jennifer McDowell, Walter McGuire, Leonard Mclntosh, Connie McMaster, Monte McMichael, Anne McMordie, Maxine McNett, Mary McPhail, McRae Fifth row: Norma jean Medina, Miriam Meeker, john Mellott, Roland Mergener, Barbara Michael, jack Miller, jerry Miller, YVilliam Millican, Betty Mills 3 raw: Sheila Mills, Bob Mitchell, Leith Mitchell, Mary Montoya, john Moore, John R. Moore, JoAnne Moorer, Billy Moreland, Jerre Morgan row: Maureen Morrissey, Norma Mowrer, Larry Mozer, William H. Mullane, Bill Muller, james Mullins, Sandra Myers, Carlos Naumer, jack Newman 5 G 5 M A 4 ,gnu x A ' "" " P ffl fl L 1 Y as - xx, Q X . i e Q ' ' ' , r who ig if :,v lj: A ,, M y 1, i l .ii I t r' 'hird row: joan Nichols, William Noland, Thomas S. Nowers, Stephen Nutt, Ruth J. Ostrower, Patricia Owens, Cynthia Pacey, Celso Pacheco, Norbert Padilla 'ourth rom: Roberta Patrick, Ross E. Paxton, Rosemary Pena, Joyce Perdue. Dennis S. Perea, Suzanne Perry, Dawn Peterson, Barbara Phillips, john R. Phillips, ifth row: Russell Phipps, Don Poguc, Katherine Poley, Trancito Polaco, Linda Pollak, john Poorbaugh, Earle Powell, Sue Price, Jacquie Pride A i Q U Q Jr "" -QF N ,. 4151 I' f 'Y , V il Q Xi' is X V 1 il First row: Carol Ann Rainey, Frederic N. Ramseier, john Ramsey, Minnie Lou Randall, Gary R. Raper, Frank A. Ray, Virginia Ray, jean Reardon, Patricia C. Reynold Second row: Diane Richcrson, Patricia Robinson, Marylee Roeder, Charlene Ronning, Norman Root, Beverly Rose, Alfonso Sanchez, Gene Sanchez, Manuel Saucedo Third row: Phillip Sawdey, Sondra Schrom, Russell Schwers, Peter Scott, Kenneth W. Seaver, Beverly Seeds, Richard Sei, William Daniel Seitz, jean Sharp Q '45 F. x Q ,Z .J , - ?4 ir 'S ral 1 'Q A 12 , ,A -9 E' 3 ' " -' ' ' 5 , R , Q ' 'S I I , N f - S 'Li , A 'l Fourth row: Donald Shockey, Gloria Silva, Donald Smiley, Betty Smith, Francine Smith, Larkin Smith, Pamela Smith, Sue Smith, George Smouse Fifth row: janice Stark, Morris Stagner, Wilbur Stearns, Nancy Steed, Alice Sterrett, Alice Stevens, Felicia Stine, jeanene Stivers, David Swearingon Sixth row: Pattie Tate, Billy Taylor, Virginia Taylor, Ted Taylor, Shirley Teeter, Herbert L. Temple, Vita V. Terauds, Charles Thayer, Glenn Thornton F 'QSV af' ,. im' U F W f - T I -law' ' A I I 'irst row: Stephen Thorson, Joanne Ticknor, Ronald Tinsley, George Pippin 'emml row: Richard Tongman, Raymond Torick, Lillian Torres, Ellen IAOVIIKOII Flzird row: jackie Trcgcllas, Carmen Trujillo, Arthur Valdez. Luciano 'arcla T l "Looks just like joe when he took me home last night. 72 , Q lu. iourllz row: Ruth XvZll'hlll'Sl, Ann Warner, Ruth Walkins, Charles Weaver, Louis Weller, Richard Wcspiser, Gayle West, Morris West 'iflh rmv: Patsy Wheeler, Grace Whitlock, Myrna Widdificld, Alice Williams, Charles Williams, jerry Mlilliams, jack Wilson, jerry Winger Iixlh row: Dale Wise, Donna Wise, Connie Wood, Donald 1Voodard, jean Woodmansee, Nancy Hloodruff, Frances Young, jerry Yowell lu Organiz ations 1 o w v 1 A 1 1 A V 1 1 X ' 1 ., 1 ,, , 1 N Vin' 11 1 -iw ,1 1l '.1'. ,X 3, '1 ' I -Q X. 5. 1 1. , .Ly 1,6X1.,. 1. ,, na.. f f 1011 u 1 J ' W' 1 1 1 X, 1X rw, AJ1, u I1 X 1 X Y 1 1 1 af ,--:1:u.',.Hg Q42 4. Q 'f1?.-W 'r:1P,-QM! in rf .::. Q.,-1.77 11 ""' "' , -. ' '11ll11X1X1, XIX?-" ff: X, WXXQXX XX Jw X '51 , MX., A ge' X, f F M 2 . ' ' .1 rf X1 4 " 1 Q. " M dm, f",- " -Q4 X, I 4' vu ' " , i 7 . I , X g ' -, , ' - f , 0 XI' .I ' , 3 I . , :L T X - -, , -was up days-"" ,. 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' Q U ' 2 ' - 4 ww -- F "J ' Lf f'f'W " sim 1-:wg mf-'K fa fh 1 Xi , ' f-'1 ' -M ' w L.. 1 ,fi A V ' H4 X X1X,' A. .- i , W-1 , X,,1 - 5 ' yr X. j'f , .',G5.,IX:l v 256, my X A Q Y XX.1A'!XQ X ig W X V -N :..v-'Xl' X -X X V -,r - ' X 1, 1 . - '11, .X 1' if 1 53' f A Q ,T 1gXf,12 X J v 1. f X ff' - if , 5-1 1 2, in , ,I -3 J I ' W' X ev V ' .Xu-,XXX 'ff' '5:.1.XN'X Xftvfj L! A ns.-, 1- - 1 - 1 X X .XM 4, ,:. ,. X-MEX , X ' -X e gg Ti- 4' X XX 1 1:,X L X ' . W wi' L1 msn Q . ,TT - g -4 't . " -U, . if X X ""' ' " '- l is . 1 M . ,, E Row 1: George Shaffer, treasurer: Mary LaI'az, secretary: jerry Matkins, president: Mary Ellen Smith, Ronnie Calkins Row 2: Roger Boe, Roger Green, Charles Koskovich, David Matthews, jim Heath, Theodore Kittell, Dan Chavez. tudent Coun il Qlixecutive branchj The Student Council, LOIJ executive unit in the student gov- ernment, is composed of I3 students elected at large each spring to serve for the coming school year. Council functions include preparing the budget for activities, setting election dates, regulating the social calendar, sponsoring I-Ioinecoming, Fiesta, and student body dances, and distributing Council funds for student projects and activities. Several administrative and constitutional executive committees have student membership with responsibility to the Council. They are Cultural committee, Publications board, Athletic Ad-- visory committee, Campus Improvement committee, Student Standards committee, Student Affairs committee, and Student Union Building committee. IOI jerry Matkins, Student Body President Student Senate QLegislative branchj Seventy-five organizations on campus were represented in the Senate this year to work on various projects involving legislation. An orientation program was established in order to make the Senate a stronger organization. Each new Senator was instructed as to his duties, parliamentary procedure, and other Senate requirements. Amendments to the Associated Students constitution were passed by the Senate, following recommendations from a joint Senate-Student Council committee. Jerry Matkins, Student Body president, presented a "State of the Campus" address at the first meeting in January-the First one to be presented by a student body president on the UNM campus. William Thompson, Student Senate President Row 1: William Thompson, Mary Ethel Cousland, chief clerk, Frederick Howden, president pro-tem Row 2: Ann McCol1um,janice Nusbaum, Thomas Cadwallader, Jerome Firsty, Thelma Nelson, Arthur Willis, Barbara Mitchell, Valerie Ernst, John Gruschus Row 3: Patricia Blair, Vicky Mason, jack Ehlen, Carolyn Phillips, Teresa Cummins, Michael Brady, Susan Yveitzel, David Faw Row 4: Keith Hayenga, Sharon Yenney, Robin O'Connell, Virginia Avis, Edith Bratton, Lourdes Chavez, Dorothy Lewis, Ann Henning, janet Barnes Row 5: Billy Moreland, Barbara Bonham, Sheila Skinner, Norma Shockey, Tom Grady, Pete Domenici, Shirley Shehan, Cleta Honeyman, William Keleher Row 6: Mary Russell, Ruth Carmel, Molly Conley, james Weber, .Carter Mathies, Brant Calkin, Roy Shock, Herbert Nations IO! Uudicialbranchj N SX rr-B-' f e IA uones, W innifred Matthews, Kaiser Michael, julie Carter, John Row 1: Betty june Corn, President Tom L. Popejoy, David Matthews Row 2: Charles Koskovich, Tom Grady, George Ambubo Morrison V' 51! 'Q' A .A,,p ! . -v JW' LVTTB Athletic Committee IOS Cultural Committee fi- fir ry Cr,"- av- . 3 'Lv f-S Row 1. Molly Conley, joan Downey, Assistant Professor jane Snow, Elaine Bush, Pat Davis Row 2: Fanita Hartzmark, Tom Lief, Monica Silfverskiold, Assistant Professor Morton J. Keston, Associate Professor Walter Keller Row 3. Dr. Sherman Smith, Assistant Professor Edward Lueders, Herbert Nations, john Housley, joe Brower, Assistant Professor Paul Healy Row 1. William Huber, Emmi Baum, john N. Durrie, Chairman, Betty Folsom, Robert Wertheim Row 2: Marian Hurley, Carolyn Ramsey, james Ferguson, Assistant Professor Marshall Nason, Ray Carroll, David Miller, Cameron McKenzie, Edward Riggs, Assistant Professor Leonard jermain I ' A ' 'L Q-If La' 1,T'?""' W' 'H in' Wd"-'fn ' . 11 5 1145 yi: ' I If- ' ' f , A f 'i gs. rj 2 '15, vfflla Q eg ' ' e ' -H.. 4 1 E fl 5' -fi l' l ' X W . '-'T if 7' , FW ' 1 Q 1 l V rl' : - 1 it ,- X xlfx 7 I Q ff. o, X, 'C IO4 Publications Board Student Affairs Committee 'I ,- 's.. , I --nn , ' .nf Row 1: Assistant Professor Frances McGill, Vicki Judah, Dr. Sherman Smith, Mary Russell, Assistant Professor Martin Fleck Row 2: joe Don Cook, Associate Professor C. R. Brown, Michael Mcbievin, David Faw Row 1: Harry Williams, Ann Lee Stranathan, Dean Lena C. Clauve, Mary joe Calloway, Mrs. Esther Thompson Raw 2: Edward Tristram, jerry Matkins, Professor A. D. Ford, Dale Bolton ,-L..- I lf gy 5 i fq I n i 5 ,iv . I l it l v SUB Committee I05 Row 1: Kaiser Michael, Richard Ransom, Norman Thayer, john Housley, Kenneth Hansen, Joel Burr Row 2: David Matthews, Roger Boe, William Seese, john Morrison, jo McMinn, George Shaffer, jim Heath, William Thompson, Herbert Nations Row 3: Herkus Letkemann, Cameron McKenzie, Felix Briones, jerry Matkins, john Farris, Donald Livingston, Robert Lingle, john Manias Ushering at football games and assistance at registration were two projects of Khatali, senior men's honorary on the university campus. High school visitations were made in the spring to inter- est state-wide students in obtaining a college education. From a scholarship fund, during the spring semester Khatali honored the outstanding junior man on campus. Promotion and preservation of UNM traditions is the group's aim. Junior and senior men prominent in some phase of campus life and high scholastically are eligible for membership. IOG President: .... Vice-p1'esz'dent.' Secretary: . . . T1'easure1': . . OFFICERS . . . .Richard Ransom . . ..... john Housley . . , .Kenneth Hansen . . .Norman Thayer Khatali Mortar Board Scholarship, leadership, and service to the university are re- quirements for membership in Mortar Board, national senior women's honorary. OFFICERS Some Mortar Board activities for the year included sponsoring the election and Coronation of the Homecoming Queen, sale president: .,.. lulll I ulie Carter of Homecoming mums during the game, Stunt Night, and Hang- . U ' 1 ing of the Greens just prior to Christmas vacation. A marriage V1Ce'P7'e52d5'7f-' ' "-Phldhs Godfrey lecture series was s Jonsored this ear. . , , - Pi Sigma Alliha, the local ychapter of Mortar Board, was Sememiy' " """ Pat Davis Treasurer: .. .... Mary LaPaz installed at the university on May 30, 1921. C3 5 F 1 1: Ruth Carmel, Mary LaPaz, julie Carter, Pat Davis 2: Carole Heath, Phyllis Burk, Molly Conley, Isabel Cella, Patsy Morrow, Kay Mosher, Winnifred Matthews IO7 F V S 4' -v 1 Y ,, 1 1 : 1 - :N 5 . 1 is-.' x 7 g Ry ' 4 ' ' 1 I , - ' gg Q f 'c-7 r , -7 A t , f J 9 ,I '47 , V " .4 - a -' x.z Vs 4 Y I, ' RJ, f., ' - Lt 1. " : . I '. K ' a f j . F rea. ,Q if if f av- fy- , 4 1- 'fl 1 ' L., x f "" " 13 s 'H 1 'LW 5 ' -. ' I Ny' ' XJ Row 1: Nancy Vann, Patricia Stewart, Ann Rubincam, julia Jane Chant, Kathleen Decker Row 2: Alice Smith, Laura Lou Lovett, Ann Chaffee, Sara Curtis, Paula Lawson, Flora Maestas, Shirley Arviso, janet Barnes Row 3: Mary Katherine Eubank, Shirley Shehan, Connee Sanders, Tona Lee Dabbs, Edith Bratton, Nancy Cone, june Mleaver, Sharon Yenney, Mur Pride, Sarah Stringer Row 4: Helen Ward, Gaye Mangold, Susan Xveitzel, Diane Pool, JoAnn Mathany, Teresa Cummins, Helen Rogers, Coral johnson, Mona Christensen, Nana Coffee Membership into Spurs, the national sophomore women's OFFICERS honorary, is extended to girls at the completion of their freshman year on the basis of college activities, dependability, unselfishness, president: .,,., , , .Ann Rubincam democracy, and above average scholarship. C . l - Some of the services performed by Spurs this year included V25e'1b7'e-Wdentf -- ---Patrlcla Stewart assistance with baccalaureate and commencement, New Mexico . Girls' State, sale of programs at the fall football games, freshmen Secretary' "" ' ' 'Kathleen Decker orientation, Homecoming, and the Community Chest. During Treasurer: . . .... Julia Chant December the Spurs addressed envelopes for the Bernalillo county Christmas seal drive. Spur At the end of each school year Vigilante members are selected from the freshman class by Khatali, the senior men's honorary. The selected members, chosen because they are outstanding scho- lastically and in extra-curricular activities, form the sophomore honorary. Vigilantes work with Khatali members to help freshmen be- come acquainted with traditions, customs, and rules of the uni- versity. It is also the purpose of Vigilantes to create a more demo' cratic spirit among students on campus by encouraging participa- tion in extra-curricular activities. Vigilantes OFFICERS President: ,.... .... S ylvester Chumley Vice-president: . . . . .Harry Williams Secretary: . . .... Richard Bryan T1'easu1'e1': . . . . .Douglas Balcomb vw 1: Douglas Balcomb, Harry Williams, Sylvester Chumley, Richard Bryan vw 2: Bruce Wood, Ronald Propper, james Turner, Michael McNevin, William Kimbrough, james Ferguson I09 . l J ll Q - - n 5 ef eafmi .J The above AFROTC members were commissioned in February, 1954 Row 1: Robert Elder, Donald Papini, Robert WVootton, Thomas Gambill, jr., james' Ortega, Charles Seth, Oran Donald Brown Row 2: lvilliam Gentry, Robert Wadlington, Wycliffe Butler, Dan Kloss, Robert Czirr, Vernon Wolcott, john Wood, Clarke Stroud. Absent for the picture was Edsell Overall Colonel William M. Massengale, fr., congratulates a new commissionee at the midyear ceremonies as President Tom L. Popejoy and Major Warren D. Curton look on IIO f, ,,. T xx ,ti . ' -r c l, nv '-S 1.-, -JL 5 '-Q' Y? QF x 1 3 A ' ' N 3 . ' 4- -M I mm . N Q. I 4 . . , - . V 4 A Q X ' v ' ' ' ,. Q . . ' f i ' I 1 I 15 - ' :Y 'Z if f - -1 1 s f h - - W4 '. . - , ' M 3? . 2 r 'Q . " - ,Y -5 A f' I "ff 72' . 1- , ,L-- 1 ' .r 'L .QAf:1.L-- -0 ' -, ' ' - .5 , .ff Af, l,,f.mQ5"f f 'Lp r -'Q - lc'-if ' I' . im v H3113 ,, v 1 si" - ' ,fluff .' - C - 4 '- '-f.V"fgw54?.,:"L , . ' 1 ' 9 ' : .43-Z R .y faf irfffi Q fe?" - , 'f'e'F1iE':f -.,iffQf'ff-,Q -P 1 ' "4 - P ug: .'f7"I ,' nf-,Z Y - V' I it f iz X htifxfz fi, . "'-' gn" 1 jj' -,Q-w a "'ffnE..1, r-'Lngjiq . ...x . D, ...I . - qu 3 V 'Qjw N -6- r , f-um, -.4-Z , 54. L ,,,,3,. Dwa ,.,' Pilot jim Smrdevant and C0-Pilot Bruce P. MacVean prepare for an orientation ride in a C-45 transport WW, aa-if l-F: :z E X Q'P0XV,fv'f fo Brass band of AFROTC future brass 1 ' C Tluee Azr Force adets - Al examine the j.A.T.O. mechanism on an F-84 .-..- , , .Z-,Q V if , - Hi- 1.--, -+V -.,-,...a1-e1- , I I ,Q ,.....-..-.As-1.5 7.4 Air Force This year Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, estab- lished two monetary awards to the most outstanding freshman and sophomore class men. Other services to the university included ushering and directing card stunts at football games, helping with registration and freshman orientation, decorating campus build- ings with luminarios at Homecoming and Fiesta and sponsoring high school Senior Day. Delta Tau chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was organized on the university campus in 1946. Group activities are directed toward service to the student body and faculty of UNM, service to the nation, youth, the community, and members of the fraternity. For the past two years Alpha Phi Omega has won the John Poore award for outstanding student service and spirit. Other services of the group included sponsoring of the Christ- mas Toy dance, the Ugly Man contest, and a Merit Badge show for the Boy Scouts of Albuquerque. Alpha Phi Omega OFFICERS President: .... ....... K Iames Ferguson Vice-president: . . . . .Kenneth Chamberlain Secretary: .... ..... J ames -Iaramillo T1'easu1'e1': . . . . .Roger C. Green 1: Edward Tristram, Brooks Ambos, james Ferguson, William Cooper, Dave Neuman 2: Wilton Hoy, Robert Beale, joe Sandoval, Phillip Sawdy, Thomas Thomas 3: Norman Root, Dennis Pena, Bruce Blochwitz, Larkin Smith, james Armijo 4: Alexander Brown, Roland Pickens II3 AIChE 4 'Z ig Q - ""Mlr'x - wiv s Rt' K .,4f. "Its 3,5 K qui' 1 ' ,' l 'ml " ff . 5 - 7 l I ' 1' ' 31' H ' - I 61 x I t ,. L Q' LW- fi 'I I Row 1: james M. Williams, jerry Adkisson, William Thorn, Professor T. T. Castonguay Row 2: joe Singleterry, Melvin Keilfer, Harrison Vance, Charles Bruce Row 31 En lc Southard, Donald G. Miller, Mack lnvle, Louis Goodman H 5 Row 4: john A. Dimond. Bruce Wilson, john Longley, john Horn, Robert Matthews -1-V -,,. lf Chi Epsil . r gsm. - - ' Iiiiifl wt. A. nr i 5 ,fl If-gf?-V - 1 G-, Y ,--Q-77,1 Row 1: jack Winkler, Del Calhoun, Sanford Evans, William West, Professor Raymond Foss, Max Feld, Robert Feather Row 2: Louis McKee, Bruce johnson, Kenneth Greene, William Oliver, Rolf Erikson, Robert Werner, Herkus Lctkemann, Hal Patton, Louis II4 Various lectures on research work in electrical engineering, photo conduction, and micro-wave techniques were given at the joint meetings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers The joint student branch of these two national organizations took a December Held trip through the Person station, Public service company in Albuquerque. A research expert from the Lovelace clinic addressed the group on electronic pressure devices. In February the national president of IRE spoke to the group at a joint meeting. The Elis entered student essay competition, the winner being sent to Manhattan, Kans., to enter district competition. Elin-- ""', , 'I ' " IEE-IRE OFFICERS AIEE President: . . . . .john Featherston AIEE Secretary: . . . . .Nancy Bercaw IRE President: . . . .Leo Brower IRE 'Secretary' . . .... jerry Mozer iff. b 'A . N J 3:33 if 55: w 1: james L. Griscom, james Harper, Orlando Lopez, Pedro de Araujo, Irwin Frank, Peter Bawuah, john L. Gaiford, joe Quintana 2: Assistant Professor R. A. Hessemer, john Usry, Carl S. Yrene, Don Collis, Howard Williams, Nancy Bercaw, Leon Baurngartner, H. N. Adams, Leo E ouer, Lee E. Murphy, jr. zu 3: Kenneth W. Drake, Lewis M. Harris, Milan E. Stewart, Norman P. Gluth, Charles Kinsolying, john Featherston, Robert Glascock, Herbert Brunell ofessor R. W. Tapy II5 ARB 1 f AQ J J Row 1: Louis Hiltlcrhrancl, W. Marshal jones, treasurer, N. A. Houk, president: Rolf Erikson, secretary: Bruce Johnson, Norman Lein, Dean Miller, Pete Ramatowski Row 2: William West, Rohert Kirkpatrick, George Lisle, Omionde Earp, Bill Eichert, john A. Duff, Louis McKee, Robert Werner Row 5: Hal Patton, Frank Barking, james Dulf, Max Feld, Sanford Evans, Richard Reed, Everitt Ross, George johnson, Del Calhoun ASCE -N ssl l Row 1.' Dean Miller, john A. Duff, W. Marshal jones, Hal Patton Row 2: George Lisle, William Hereford, Professor Ray Foss, Max Feld, secretary, Norman Lein, president: George johnson, treasurer: Ormonde. Earl Robert Werner Row 3: Louis Hilderhrand, Del Calhoun, Peter Ramatowski, Bill Eichert, Bruce johnson, Louis McKee, William West, Rolf Erikson Row 4: Frank Barking, R. P. johnson, Everitt Ross, Sanford Evans, Richard Reed, james Duff, N. A. Houk, Robert Kirkpatrick KSME A line E .-?::.-n zzzi.-::....:: -n--- --1 I llil! H . lb' 3 vw 1: Alva Curry, .Assistant Professor E. C. Rightley, Instructor R. A. Dutton, Professor A. D. Ford, R. j. Spahr, Donovan Carr, jack Ehlen, Richard F. andler, Professor C. T. Grace, Assistant Professor V. j. Slzoglund, William Cutter vw 2: Clark Schaifner, Elmer Martin, john Davis, Albert Dennis, jack McClelland, Esta Grissom, William A. Seth, Bill Taylor, A. R. Durand, George nun, john Farris, john Chambard vw 3: Manuel Sousa. Amos Stone, Daniel Romankiw, Karl Svensson, Brooks Ambos, Robert Gates, Robert A. Harley, Thurman jones, Ronald Parslow, nuel Moore, Thomas deBooy, Arthur Garretson, Thomas Withers, Don Alberts, Donovan Teagarden, William Rodgers, Walter Randle, Henry Mullin, :bert Cardcnas u a ' E Q I I 1: Assistant Professor E. C. Rightley, Instructor R. A. Dutton, Professor A. D. Ford, Professor C. T. Grace, Assistant Professor V. j. Skoglund 2: Thomas Withers, William A. Seth, Richard F. Chandler, john Chambard, Bill Taylor, William Cutter, A. R. Durand, john Farris II7 Row 1: Patsy Morrow, Muriel Pride, june Stratton, Grace Kvhitlock, Marietta Gurley Row 2: Abbey Nixon, Gaye Mangold, Janice Stark, Barbara Sells, Paula Lawson Row 3: Vicky Mason, Alice Smith, Helen Ward, jean Reardon, JoAnn Mathany, jean Douglass, Mary Katherine Eubank, Shirley Arviso Q7 ., ff 'la Seated: Mary joe Calloway. president: Carol Williams, advisorg Norma Shockey, vice- president Standing: Elton Byerly, treasurer, Mary Jeanette Swillum, secretary Associated Women Students The Associated Mfomen Students' council is composed of representatives from each woman's organization on cam- pus. Every girl enrolling at the university automatically becomes a member of AXVS. AWS members sponsored the sec- ond annual VVomen's Day, the Sadie Hawkins dance, the King of Hearts dance, and the student handbook, Salu- das A m igas. The three-fold purpose of AWS is to secure uniform and individual repre- sentation in student activities, to pro- mote broad social interests among uni- versity women, and to foster a living school spirit. The group was founded at UNM in 1930. JIU Jw Jw The BSU is an organization for Baptist students in institutions of higher learning which serves as a link between the student and his local Baptist church. Its objective is to aid in the development of each student, spiritually, socially, and mentally, during the col- lege years. The program of activities consists of regular Morning Watch devotionals through the week, noon-day chapel, mission activity at the New Mexico Boys' ranch, retreats, state BSU meetings, participation in intramural sports, and daily recreation at the student center. Every Baptist student is a potential member of BSU and gains active membership through participation in any local Baptist church organization. Associate membership is granted to students of other denominations. Baptist Student Union OFFICERS President: ..... ....... D el Calhoun Vice-president: . . .... Sherman Williams Secretary: . .... Nancy Kern Treasurer: . . .... Bonnie l1Vhite 1: james Huggins, Wesley Lackey, Clarence Evans, Charles Leach, joe Don Womack, Broadus Hale, john Cooper, Sherman Williams, Del Calhoun, lle Carlson 2: Fred Cone, Isaiah Haynes, Harold Gillit, Dillon Platero, Shirley Williams, Edward Sullivan,James Taylor, Gary Raper, Ervin Betts 3: Anita Newton, Betty jennings, Alice johnson, Sally Crook, Nina Butler, jerry Morgan, jean Oaks, Barbara Kemp, Barbara Bonham, Jennifer Mc- rwell, Miss Anna Cobb Hall , rw 4: Gail Grady, Dorothy Young, Ruth Galloway, Lois Goodman, William Millican, Kenneth Tyson, Donald Davis, Nancy Kern, Norma Mowrer, jane Day aw 5: Peggy Sullivan, Bonnie White, james Bratcher, Gale I-luckaby, Leonard Sheffield, Ben Hodges, james Vernon, Evelyn Cain, Betty Jernigan, Danna Lee +oper, Francine Smith fir .xx Il9 tl' S.,x Q-N 4. -1- 0-n -J-".1.vf, , "' B! eC, Joanne Ticknor, left, and Dorothy Lewis, right, help john Large, drum major, spark the UNM marching band A.. 4.1.-aL. ..4.'. ... an. Ax-gf- , c.-A.,-,,, - Band The university marching band, play- ing for football games and parades in the fall, travelled to Tucson, Ariz., for the UNM versus Arizona game. In the spring semester, the concert band gave several performances and about 65 band members, under the di- rection of William E. Rhoads, toured the southeastern section of the state, playing for high schools. The symphonic wind ensemble, a smaller and more select group of the band, plays literature of a more difficult nature. The Air ROTC band functions with the entire ROTC unit at parades and drills. Kappa Kappa Psi, band honorary for men, was organized in the spring. V- Nu - , Eleven New Mexico high school bands join the university marching band in a tribute to UNM W William E. Rhoads, Director Row 1: Helena Schultz, Barbara Brown, joyce Hemsing, Mary Elizabeth Hill, Betty Mills, Bill Moreland, William Butterbaugh, Donnelly johnson, Paul Farmer, Beth Shuldt, Martha McCulloch, Larry White, William Fisher Row 2: David Hawley, Herbert Brunell, Winston Christian, jennifer McDowell, Sally Beavers, Irwin Frank, Elizabeth Earickson, Wray Simmons, Ronald Blakeley, Barbara Groesbeck, Edward Fitzgerald, Philip Dillard, Richard Carbajal, Pattie Tate, Mary Montoya, Dennis Pena, Monte McMichael Row 3: Pat Peavy, Norman Root, Mona Christensen, Karl Sanzenhach, Melvyn Fenson, Alice Gay, Wiley Peeples, Byron Caton, Secundino Sandoval, Marjorie Furrow, Dale Crawford, Robert Heck- athorn, Kenneth Anderson, David Sandoval, Manuel Saucedo, Robert Farley, Lawrence Foor, Idabelle Ferran, H. C. Gonzales, Richard Baum, Robert Barker, Raymond Tarver, Peggy Sullivan, Charles Selva, Bernard Levin, Thomas Moran Row 4: Harry Davidson, Robert Shotola, Marvin Daley, Beverly, Williamson, Robert Babb, Charles Kinsolving, Keith Gore, Marshall Adams, E. R. Huber, Robert Dierman Beta Alpha ni ill Xa? Row 1: William Boone, Gordon Winn, vice-president: Dorothy Swain, treasurer: Assistant Professor Perry T. Mori, Betty Folsom, secretary: Associate fessor John XV. Dunbar Row 2: Associate Professor Daniel M. Smith, George Ambabo, president: Benjamin Lucas, Jerry Rhodes, Instructor V. L. Auld, Arthur janpol glisi 'r x - - V 4 , I . l I ,Ai l it fp .vev 9. Row 1: Harry Williams, president: Edward Moszumanski, Mary Jeanette Swillum, secretaryg ll G. Sorre Row 2: l22 Commerce Cou George Shaffer, vice-presidentg Virginia Perino, Dean Assistant Professor Perry T. Mori, Associate Professor William H, Huber, Marlin Pound, George Beller, treasurer Cosmopolitan Club l .I Row 1: Roger Green, US: Yule E. Simon, Iraq: Margarita Perez, Panama: Monica Silfverskiold, Sweden: Jerzy Zaborski, Poland: Miguel Marrero, Cuba I Row 22 Miriam Knapp, Hawaii: Alice Fetrow, US: Ryoko Yafuso, Okinawa: Toshiko Ikuta, japan: Virginia Covey, US: Judy Huber, US: Dorothy Harroun, US Row 3: Penelope While, vice-president, England: Constance Cummings, US: Priscilla Vigil, US: George Casamirra, president, Italy: Peter Bawuah, Gold Coast: Thomas jecusco, US Row 4: Richmond Bawuah, Gold Coast: jane Chase, secretary, US: Aramaise Asadoorian, Iraq: Costas Logothetis, Greece: Lucia Brown, Chile 1: ja 13mm Sigma Delta Chi Mm ima f nr-N .xgiv ., iv , 2, mes Lamb, Albert johnson, Robert Edmondson, Lou Lash 2: Lionel Linder, Fred jordan, David Miller, George Sebree ,J- x X ns Z L? '1 xl Row 1: Alexander Brown, Ray McBurnett, Earle Paxton, Paul Hughes, Arthur Hastings, Harry lvilliams, Edward Moszumanski Row 2: Nick Zilson, Morris Davis, Allie Vanclegrilf, William Cole, William Pierce, Robert Lambson, Norman Loftus, Ruperto Tafoya The professional business fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi is repre- OFFICERS sented at the University of New Mexico by Gamma Iota chapter. Members assisted in advisement and registration for the college P-resident, ,,,Ear1e A, Paxton, Jr, of Business Administration. Other activities during the year in- , l , , i cluded professional programs, industrial tours, speeches by busi- V'Ce'1b7'e5ld5nt: f- -- 'Morns Davis , ness leaders and voluntar social activities. . - - The organization awaiids a Delta Sigma Pi key to the graduate Secretary' "" A"' W lulam Cole of highest scholastic achievement in the college of Business T1'easuTer.' . . . .Harry Williams Delta Sigma Pi y l24 4 Hillel members held a dinner dance at the Temple Albert in November, and each of the bi-monthly meetings in T-20 were followed by a social gathering. In the spring, Hillel members entertained orphans at St. Anthony's orphanage in Albuquerque. Religious discussions, guest speakers, and spring picnics were part of the year's activities. Hillel Counselorship, one of the chapters of the national B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, was organized at UNM in 1941. Since then it has developed into the main organization fostering the religious, social, and cultural outlet for jewish students on campus. Hillel OFFICERS President: ...... ...... J erome Firsty Vice-president: . .. .... Robert Dickstein Secretary: .... ...... C arolyn Liff Treasurer: . . .... Sherrill Eckhouse ow 1: Qseatedj Rabbi David Shor, Robert Berkley, Sherrill Eckhouse, Jerome Firsty, Carolyn Lilf, Robert Dickstein I25 Row 1: Nadine Moriarty, Isabel Celia, Leon Kelly Row 2: Rudolph Brenn, Robert Lawrence, Mary Russell, Robert Babb Taking pictures at various campus functions, including Home- coming, Fiesta, and the Military Ball, was one of the year's activi- ties for Kappa Alpha Mu, national photographic fraternity. Most K.A.M. members are available during the year for picture taking. Members from 20 Kappa Alpha Mu chapters attended the national Photography Journalism honorary convention in Hous- ton, Texas, and UNM was represented by its local president, Nadine Moriarty, and other members. The group was chartered at UNM in May, 1953. Photographic projects and guest speakers were popular at the monthly meetings held in the Journalism building. I26 OFFICERS President: ...... ..... N adine Moriarty Vice-president: . . . .... Robert Lawrence Secretary-treasurer: . . . ...... Leon Kelly Kappa Alpha Mu Kappa Omicron Phi YI' 3-4 Sealed: Norene Miller, first vice-president: Agnes Dodge, president: Assistant Professor Georgene Barte, advisor: Con- stance Sprague, Carmen Roth, secretary Smnding: Norma Albers, Sara Spoon, Gloria S. Silva, second vice-president el " ci ... "T E :. Nyf' Pledge class: seated: Barbara jo johnson, Shirlie Salvage, Instructor Imogene McMurray, Mary Alice Osborne Standing: Ruth Bartlett, Carolyn Kloss, Mary Katherine Eubank, Margaret Beaver, Associate Professor Grace Elser Lf . A 14423 1.-N v'lx'1,3QQ-le, 1 ff ,,W -x LA Ron' 1: lVilbnr Coahran, Paul Cannon, Lon Meadows, Cecil Counts, jack Enns Row 2: Noel White, Bennie Flores, Richmond Bawuah, William Seese, David Linder Kappa Psi, professional pharmaceutical fraternity, at the pres- ent time has about 20,000 members nationally. Its chief object is the advancement of pharmacy, educationally, fraterually, and so- sially, and to foster scholarship and research. Gamma Rho chapter at the university received its charter in 1948. Membership is open to any regularly enrolled student in an accredited college of pharmacy who is acceptable to members of the active chapter. The purpose of Kappa Psi is to promote better inter-profes- sional relationships among pharmacists during and after gradua- tion from college. IIS 'TWG' ' I xx OFFICERS Regent: .... . . .Lon Meadows Vice-regent: .. ..... Jack Enns Secretary: . . . . .William Seese Historian: , , . . .Paul Cannon Kappa P i Majors and Minors The purpose of Majors and Minors is to further understand- ing among women in physical education. Monthly meetings of the gronp combine husiness and social activities, and events for OFFICERS promouon of professional interest. Majors and Minors, an organization composed of all regularly - , M enrolled students in the department of Women's Physical Educa- President' """" """ a rgaret Run tion, was established at UNM in 1946. Secretary-treasurer: . . . .... Jacquelyn Macaluso fav c- . .K If frf- 5' rpg , - 'lla C7 f , f 2? a-yy, . . . . , -. sy- r .. 41: J 'cj or 1 1 -1 l -a-J 4 g X iii ' 'H L ill.-N - . w, 1 H l r Y 1 A ' f 1: 1 '24, J. , , i 1 LI I R , '?NQ,f r 1 1 A 4 -arf' 1: Betty Jane Corn, Sandra Eggert, Betty Lou Cordova, Margaret Rutz, Dorothy Lewis 2: Dorothy Osburn, jacquelyn Macaluso, Leah Conner, jean Reardon, Connie Giomi, Assistant Professor Gladys Milliken 'i 'G '-an in 1 1 'D' i' ? 3 i E if f' 4 H4 if 'f-?'f Q- me 'Z QQL., David Miller, Editor Cameron McKenzie, Business Manager if is -I-li 'l Af' Editor David Miller discusses Lobo plans with Judy Nickell, Blair Bunting, Danna Kusianovich, managing editor, Cameron McKenzie, Robert Chatten, night editor, Ronald Guy Davis, and james Lamb, night editor and photographer Right: Lou Lash, left, casts a cynical eye at Reporter Judy Nickell's work as she pounds out a feature for the Lobo. David Sanchez smiles ap- proval. Lou writes the infamous "Strictly For the Blurbs" column, and Dave's "Reel Reviews" give a run-down of current Elms. --kiTi "'. if ' ' Right: Managing Editor Danna Kusianovich edits copy while Joyce Killion, right, pastes a head on her column, "The Chatterbox." joyce seems pleased with the latest social scoop, but Danna is more concerned with the straight news. ,L "L,- 'Q x , it l , E with Editor David Miller, right, on the latest Ken 5,71 V '-3 G Chamberlain cartoon. Looks like a controversial Left: jim Lamb and Danna Kusianovich confer one. rv MIR G E' if 44' f Q gifts , A 'fin , - ,fp l at w,,L.-" ,, - 'LT I 'Y L-5 f A, f 3153? V Q L. -L:-F5555 3,2-T: Aff ,. 6 x S L" v, Carolyn Ramsey, Editor Ray Carroll, Business Manager Bob Chatten, Mary Russell, Ann Henning, and Lou Lash prove that W-if B2 it'.s not all slavery on the 17 -7' 'tix ' 4 lE'r M IRAGE f'N N w ,j"l Alert, diligent, undistracted assistants pound away for the approaching deadline: Pinky Morrissey, Ginger Taylor, Muriel Pride, and Dottie Harroun ww... i' , r I ,' 1 H 1 5 ' ff y If V lx y 3 li lk .. Three eficzent MIRAGE stagevs, Bob Lawrence Donna Olewzler and Alan Sprzngstead, all at work on sfaf 1 ,,-. M2- Row 1: Beatrice Martinez, Lita Vigil, Betty Lucerno, Flora Maestas, Linda Pollak, Minnie Lou Randall, Gretchen Kraft, Ruth Ellen Warhurst, Helex Dooley, Dorothy Durham, Nicole Heare, janet Reichenauer, Emma Rodriguez Row 2: Gloria Herrera, Virginia Valdez, Lydia Rose Sanchez, Sue Price, Alice Smith, Gloria Chaves, jo Margaret Gore, joy Cole, Lucille Aragon, Priscil Vigil, Ernestina Montoya, jane Bolinger Row 3: Mary Alice Osborne, I.uCinda Griego, Teresa Gonzales, Marianne Baker, Barbara Sells, Dorothy Osburn, Ann Burch, Mona Howe, Cleo Archulet Mary Rose Montoya, Manuela Dominguez, Carmen Trujillo, Eva Benally, Sherrill Eckhouse, janice Stark MARRO HALI v pp: Iv I .il FS'- Vp, i G00 tv ---O 7915 1'-. Row 1: Carmen Roth, Carol Conn, Robin O'Connell, Danna Kusianovich, Marietta Gurley, Brownie Hundt, Ryoko Yafuso, joyce Williams, Barbara Michal Frances Fish, Roberta Patrick, Mary Catherine Marchetti, Patricia Stewart, Barbara Courville Row 2: Laura Coburn, Patricia Boyd, Agnes Dodge, Constance Cummings, Muriel Hunt, Mary Schmitz, Suzanne Lynn, Patricia Fisher, Virginia Avis, Ma garet Faris, jackie Tregelles, Patsy Guest, Patricia Mares Row 31 Roma jean Creecy, Clarissa Lord, Blair Bunting, Jacqueline Garner, Verna Conlin, jo Harper, Sigrid Holien, Constance Horak, Ann Warner, An Hellekson, Virginia Lilith Bruton, Peggy Gonzales, Lois Eikenberry, Nancy Allnutt, Pamela Smith, june Adams, Marcia Howell, Toby Schneidman, Colle Ramsey l34 + as K 3 T77 .'-+,.g-:-' ow 1: Emmi Baum, Stella Nevarcz. Dorothy Garrett, Betty Wofford, jeanene Stivers ow 2: Katherine Gutierrez, Betty Wildman, Ruth Tondre, Valerie Smith, Marlene Headrick, Mary Helen Garcia, Shirley Vigil ow 3: Margot Palese, Margarita Guara, Virginia Perino, Sally Senior, Mary Krumboltz, june Stratton, Lue Low -IOKO A HALL ! '?- .5 .l at 11 1 he i-1. , f.. iow 1: Marilyn Horton, Mary Galt, Lorna Langer, Margaret Morrison, Gloria johnson row 2: Maryanne Atherton, Maxine Kleindienst, Helena Schultz, Alice Loughridge, Carolyn Sperry, Monica Martinez, Lillian Torres ,ow 3: Averil O'Nei1, Barbara Brower, Lois Goodman, Laura Newell, Sally Beavers, Rota Terauds, Winona Dee Hodel I35 i I I 1 i .4 .i i'l 1 i I UQ 77 fb ,'U -1 fb V2 fb 3 H rs LT. 4 rb Y! ' rn Q- ,- Q 5 D- I an H 0 IJ' fb f-v 5' UI 41 0 -1 ru H SD P1 ii IE FJ 1 fb 5 L1 O N O -1 CJ Z4 Ga D3 B FD Ill Fl C C7 N :S PT' 5" U5 v-1 N .1 .- C1 N -- W' .-. F 'U -1 FB Zi. O- 0 5 FT F N IE. U9 C fb . B UI Ili O F 3' UQ D3 'U -. FY O UD N - D3 N rs J' U O I '7 ., .MEJII Wright, Richard Romain as Www 'E S Ben Weincordif combo plays for a Friday night dorm dance in january l36 if Viz. fi A Basketball, tennis, ping-pong, and horseshoes are only a few of the facilities available to some 480 boys residing in Mesa Vista dorm. William Groover lecl the dorm chorus to a second place victory in the university Song Fest with "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God" and "Legend of the Bells." Also in December, a 12-foot Christmas tree decorated the dorm lobby. During Fiesta and Homecoming 2,000 luminarios lighted up the dorm, making it an impressive sight for visitors and residents alike. Mesa Vista Dorm ,,, d i if 5- in wi ,QE,,gg:, W lg-w2, E gg-hfg if 41 ff gy 1 wxf Wg r ew P , 'A K fa ' ' ' Y...-.., .. X...,.., ,--w.- M- an .,,.-.-.og -i- if I xx 0' :JN ,,,f AA 'W' 5 ,4,.1x . 1 i .1 , 'rw' my Row 1: Ben Esparza, Fidel Tabet, Betty Lou Serna, Thomas E. Davis, Mary Ellen Murphy, Theresa Starkey, Margaret Murphy, Sue Southern Row 2: Andrew Lopez, Gerald Newfield, Cleta Honeyman, Frances Marquez, Linda Stowers, Betty Baca, Rita Fackenthall, Georgia Fackenthall Row 3: Ophelia Sandoval, Mary Helen Garcia, Kenneth Drake, Gilbert Torres, Pete Chiello, Gregory Rosales, Richard L. Lucero, Raymond Gonzales Row 4: Gilbert A. Sanchez, Emilio Coca, jim Pittinger, Ernest Church, Bob Benvenuti, joe Chavez, Thomas Nowers, Paul Kulka, Roland Mergener, Burwinkle Newman Clu 4' Row 1: A. M. Chavez, Conrad Dratwa, Bill Atkins, Nancy Overfelt, Marcella Gutierrez, Gloria Sanchez, Nancy Neely, Bernie Romero Q Row 2: joaquin DeVargas, Zudie Brown, Sigrid Holien, joe Romo, Toribio V. Avila, Mary Montoya, Richard Bachicha, Chad Rea, john O. Davis Row 3: Tom Montoya, Dolores Nolasco, Rachel Sena, Lita Vigil, Lydia Rose Sanchez, Virginia Valdez, Lydia Valdez, Rosalie Gutierrez, Delores Sanchez Row 4: Nick E. Ortega, james jaramillo, William Purdy, Enrique Gonzales, Louis Archuleta, Dan Chavez, julian Duran, Gracie Hernandez, Robert chez, john jaramillo, Anthony Galaz, Dennis Chavez, joan Wootton Row 5: William Gribbon, Clemente Chavez, Albert Duran, joe Quintana, Manuel Cordova, Robert Verbeke, Turk Levy, Frederic Ramseier, Schnedar, Don Hollis I38 Organized in 1947, the only student chapter in New Mexico of the New Mexico Society of Professional Engineers is in existence at UNM. Students from all branches of engineering are eligible for membership. In November, the student chapter listened to a debate "Re- solved: Engineers Should Encourage Collective Bargaining for Themselves through Unionism," sponsored by the Albuquerque alum chapter. In March, Dub Underwood, a member of the state association, spoke to the student chapter on professionalism in engineering. Also in March, the students participated in Engi- neers' Day in co-operation with other engineering groups. President: .... Vice-president: Secretary: .... Treasurer: . . .ix MSPE OFFICERS .Ormonde Earp . .John Dimond . . . .Robert Feather Wyman Guthrie F nlyfx-gm: ' 4 Jw 1: Louis Hilderbrand, Vernon Blum, Alan Dean Miller, Ormonde Earp, Dub Underwood, Professor Raymond J. Foss Jw 2: Herkus Letkemann, Kenneth Greene, Robert Feather, John Dimond, Robert Kirkpatrick l39 slirf t 5. z i tg Ib Y .- wx W .ix - NA . .Y X ' v -lt- sit-K1 11-Q n fl f uf Seated: George Zarris, Jim Whittle, Charles Rohde, S. P. Johnson, Howard Rogovin Standing: Edwin Petrak, Ray Carroll Alpha Kappa Psi members are selected from students who have expressed their intention to secure a degree in business administration. The fraternity meets bi-monthly and endeavors to have guest speakers and show educational Elms from different branches of business and industry, thus strengthening ties between the student and the commercial world. Several tours were conducted through industrial and business concerns during the year. Social functions included a dance and banquet with the alumni organization, which were held both semesters. Beta Tau chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi was installed at the university in 1947. It is a member of the national organization, the first and oldest business fraternity. I40 OFFICERS President: ..... .... E dward Fitzgerald Vice-president: . . . ...... George Zarris Secretary: .... .... C harles Rohde Treasurer: . . .... Joaquin DeVargas Ipha Kappa Psi Q11-, hi Gamma Nu Q 9 I 2 1 nixl 1' , TN 'S ow 1: Joyce Milholland, treasurer: cl'Anne Woodman, vice-president: Jeannette Swillum, president: Teresa Cummins, secretary: Norma Shockey, scribe ow 2: Mrs. Eva Glaese, Mary Pat Edwards, Tona Dabbs, Alice Smith, Dorothy Thornton, Corinne Kriege, Dorothy Swain, joan Grinslade, Mrs. Virginia ,eva, Laura Lou Lovett Phi Sigma Iota .fv 1 gr-1 ,gf W ,em T 'Q 11, 51' x-+ Row 1: Kay Mosher, Emma Romero, Mary Sue Hext, Ruth Carmel, Shirley Burton, Gloria Chaves Row 2: Stuart Coffman, Gloria Tahacchi, David Matthews, treasurer: Pat Davis, president: Dr. Marshall Nason, Dr. Raymond MacCurdy, Dorothy Thornton, Ramon Huerta Row 3: Ann Henning, Cameron McKenzie, Christine Berg, Glenroy Emmons, Bill Moseley, Marilyn Emmons, Thelma Nason l4l as -v :J Row Row Row Row 1: Betty Folsom, Peggy Testman, Jerome Firsty, Jim Heath, Barbara Anthes, Janice Nusbaum 2: Mary Katherine Eubank, Shirley Shehan, Connie Gionni, Anita Morris, Peggy Hooper, Alan Springstead 321811 Alfidi, Dorothy Thornton, Susan Weitzel, Patsy Patton, Nancy Vann, Carole Heath 4: Mary Russell, Norma Shockey, Mary Pat Edwards, Kay Mosher, Cleta Honeyman, Geynell Clark, Barbara Mitchell Rallycom, the student organization responsible for building student spirit on campus, boasts an active membership of over loo. Rallycom organizes rallies and projects to lift enthusiasm in Lobo athletics. Other activities handled by Rallycom included the first annual Mom and Dad's Day, the Homecoming bonfire, sale of freshmen beanies, and the selection of cheerleaders. Membership is open to any interested student at UNM. I42 OFFICERS President: .... ..... t Jim Heath Vice-president: . . . . . .Barbara Anthes Secretary: .... .... B etty Folsom Treasurer: .. .... Jerome Firsty Rallycom o I 1 2 Elizabeth Graham, Alice Sterrett, Pattie Tate, james Morris, jean Coll, Patricia Blair, Jean Reardon, Ann Burch, jacquelyn Mlilliam Cooper, Alice Martin, Virginia Taylor, Joyce Perdue, Shirley Teeter, jean Xvoodmansee, Nancy Steed Barbara Barnard, joan Nichols, Katherine Poley, Luellen Campbell, Helen Gardner, Alice Gore Marie Ashcraft, Idabelle Ferran, Olinda Luna, Charlotte Ewing, Annette Conant, Eileen Logsdon, Carol Ann Rainey, Georgia enakis, Betty Fisher, Sandra Allen, Barbara Brown, Sue Domeier, Claudette Duplentis, Dorothy Harroun Cheerleaders form a T for TEAM: From front to back, Connee Sanders, Connie Giomi, Mary Pat Edwards. Anita Morris, left, and Cleta Honeyman, 'right Ffh .gt , ifftaaar Row 1: Monte Lee Davis, Betty Cox, Lois Dittmer, Belinda Mayard, Kathleen McCann Row 2: Lois Lee, Wilma Klein, Sarah Louise Cook, Audrey Tapy, Mary Tackitt, Gertrude Pittard, Lucille Ratlift, Dorothy Maddison Row 3: Frances Shutt, Ethel Earlenson, Dorothea Dennis, Zella Roberts, Laura Collins, Ellen Tickner, Ellen Schotz, Elizabeth Summerville, jane Partcl' Theodora Cooper, Mary Menaul Pi Lambda Theta, honorary for women in education, had as OFFICERS its special project for the year the donation of an amplifier to the New Mexico Society for Crippled Children. The amplifier will be President: , , , ,,,, Lois Dimmer used in working with hard-of-hearing children. , , , A 2-point grade average is necessary for eligibility into Pi VlCe'PTe-Wdentf " ---Moms Lee Davls Lambda Theta. Most members are either teachers or in the college of education. Monthly meetings are held during the school term, climaxing the year with a Fiesta tea or open house for members T7'6IlSU1'61'5 - ---- Belinda MHY-Hfd attending the summer session. Alpha Mu chapter, which received its charter in 1939, attempts to develop fellowship among women in education and to stimu- late scholarship. Secretary: .. ........ Betty Cox Pi Lambda Theta X Christmas vesper services in the SUB climaxed the Hrst semester of activities for Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary for women in music. A Golden Anniversary banquet was held in November, and in October, the district president was honored at a dinner. Some of the group activities included ushering at community concerts, selling punch at civic symphony, and sponsoring a music assembly in the spring. During the year, Dean Lena C. Clauve addressed the group on history of the local chapter. Pa-Yat-Ya-Mo chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota was established at UNM in 1935. lNIembership is limited to those who have a major or minor in music. Sigma Alpha Iota Seated: Marjorie Furrow, Barbara McLean, Mari- etta Brown Standing: Carole Holmes, Celina Sanchez, Coral johnson, Barbara Groesbeck, Adele Brown Harriet Riebe, president: Gilder Gray, treasurer: Vera Rozdestvensky, chaplain: Isabel Cella, secre- tary: Oleta Lou Roberts, vice-president R4 I45 gigs ,R 7, fuk . flil' . lf L ., F , . b ' rg ,,, , , Y 31 I 8 . l Row 1: William West, Ernest Pogue, vice-presidentg Elmer Marlin, jack Ehlen, treasurer: Cameron Mactavish, president Row 2: Herkus Letkemann, john Farris, secretaryg Bill Taylor, Andrew Durand, john Chambard 5 : Q , A. ei ' v i - 13, rig- 7' ' f Sigma Tau if ' Row 1: Robert Feather, Rolf Erikson, Kenneth Sandoval, Kenneth Greene, Dean Goddard, Richard Chandler, Louis Hilderbrand, Bruce johnson Row 2: Louis McKee, George Cortield, William Oliver, Gordon South, Thomas Withers, Norman P. Gluth, William A. Seth, William Henry, Robert Cardenas I46 Tau Kappa Ipha john Morrison, Tau Kappa Alpha president, Don Wright, and Dr. XN7ayne C. Eubank, national president of the honorary, attended the national convention of the group in March at Kala- mazoo, Mich. Both Don Wrigllt and john Morrison won high national honors at the national TKA tournament in Denver in the spring of 1953. Tau Kappa Alpha is the only national scholastic speech hon- orary requiring a high scholastic average. The forensic fraternity was established at the University of New Mexico in 1940. 'K PN m fill , S! A., to right: Assistant Professor Fred M. Chreist, john Morrison, Felix Briones, Professor Wayne C. Eubank, Professor T. Matthews Pearce, Dr. Harold Attorney W. Peter McAtee, Don Wright, Associate Professor Cullen Owens Q . .W 1 an i-ruvuxrl mm lvmvis is ntumuo wma ww! "N ,, m, , 5 f,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,c,, .TNR T. . I' R' irmiaa.-.itvv-s..a.fu ' 1 v- - v - -.. A i Q H ' 'A' P61 .. -1 . fN Q FY" Row If Ann Henning, Carolyn Ramsey, Mary Russell, Lorna Langer, jacque Dunlop T Us fx Row 2: Sonja Brashears, Marilyn Horton, Danna Kusianovich, Ruth Carmel, judy Nickell, Sigrid Holien Beta Theta chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, national honorary fraternity for women in journalism, was established at UNM on May 10, 1952. Membership is limited to women journalism majors and minors who maintain a high scholastic average and have a sincere interest in the field of journalism. A major project of the group is selling advertising for the Alumnus magazine. Other activities during the year included sponsorship of the journalism open house during Homecoming, formation of a Theta Sigma Phi alumnae chapter, co-sponsorship with Sigma Delta Chi, men's journalism honorary, of the annual Newsprint ball, held in the spring. I48 OFFICERS President: . . . .... Ruth Carmel Vice-president: . . . ....... Mary Russell Secretar'y-treasurer: . . . . .Danna Kusianovich Theta Sigma Phi SCF 1 ""' "" ' 7 7 " ' 'l"J'J " 'YY' 'MY' 'W' Y "YY" YYYYVYVY' Y ' ""n" V V 'V 1 Y V V f Y' Y Y f J he F11l111'e" at a Thursday night gatlzering in T-20. ' -. . -vs ' " Q, .-'g,.,v:, Nl - I "f':f:,2:. '53 nl is cv Q 35 vw Rx' 14: f. :LL Eow 1: james Duff, Dale M:1ckey,john Duff Zow 2: Perry Snare, Robert Gates, Reverend Lucien Wilson, Herbert Nations, Edna Christensen Tow 3.'J!1l'lCl Barnes, Judy Nickcll, Marilyn Carson, Thomas jackson, Nancy Cone, Patricia Stewart, Tona Lee Dabbs S4 QT fs - r Row 1: Nancy Cone, Jerelyn Allis, Betty jane Corn, Miss Frances McGill, Barbara Cunningham Row 2: Beth Dickey, Margaret Rutz, Dorothy Osbum, June Stratton, Teresa Cummins Promoting recreational activities for all University women is the goal of WRC, whose membership is composed of representa- tives from all women's organizations on campus. Bowling, golf, badminton, volley-ball, basketball, tennis, swim- ming, and softball tournaments were sponsored during the year. Many co-recreational tournaments were held. A Sports Day for all New Mexico and Arizona schools was held in May, in March a square dance was sponsored, and a bas- ketball Sports Day was held at Las Vegas during the year. WRC was founded on the university campus in 1946. l50 OFFICERS President: . . . . . .Betty jane Corn Secretary: .. .... Nancy Cone Treasurer: . . .... jerelyn Allis Women's Recreational Council The Panhellenic council represents all Greek women on cam- pus and acts as a forum for discussion of mutual problems as well as promotion of scholarship, harmony, and co-operation. This year's activities included the scholarship trophy presenta- tion, establishment of the Betty Hall Memorial Book Fund for foreign students and the housing of a foreign student during her schooling at UNM. Also introduced for the First time this year was an open house in the SUB given by sorority women for the men at Mesa Vista dorm. Over 400 students attended the event. Panhellenic Council OFFICERS President: . . .... Phyllis Burk Secretary: . . . . .Margaret Rutz Treasurer: ....... . . .Martha Sell Social Chairman: . . . . . .Adele Brown 1: Eleanor Lefler, Delta Delta Delta: Martha Sell, Chi Omega: Adele Brown, Pi Beta Phi: Dean Lena C. Clauve, Phyllis Burk, Alpha Chi Omega Jan di, Alpha Chi Omega: Margaret Rutz, Alpha Delta Pi 2: Barbara Allyn, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Diane Pool, Kappa Alpha Theta: Charlene Francis, Chi Omega: Margaret Ange, Kappa Kappa Gamma Sara n, Pi Beta Phi: Nancy Burke, Alpha Delta Pi: Holly Adler, Kappa Alpha Theta: Ann Lee Stranahan, Delta Delta Delta fi ,N -n L 3 L . 4 X ' I .19 , 'Z NaN 'T Row 1: jan Allidi, Bonnie Barton, Phyllis Burk, Beverly Collins, Teresa Cummins, Mary Pat Edwards, Marjorie Furrow Row 2: Cornelia Gray, Gilder Gray, Billie june Grizzell, Coral johnson, Beverly Kulczy, jan Loveland, Laura Lou Lovett Dorothy Thornton, treasurer: Dorothy Peters, president: Phyllis Burk, first vice-presi- dent: Phyllis Godfrey, second vice-president: Beverly Ochterbeck, recording secretary Ipha Chi Dmega Alpha Chis started the year off by plac- ing second in the Spirit Sing, which was followed by a third place trophy for their Homecoming float. The Song Fest brought a first place trophy to the case. Alpha Chis held their annual Christmas party for the Cerebral Palsy school at the chapter house. Two of the most successful social events in- cluded the lfVinter formal, held at El Fidel hotel in December, and a spring dance. Outstanding members on campus included: Phyllis Burk, lfanhellenic president, rj Mortar Board, Phyllis God- frey, Who's Who, Mortar Board, Mary Pat Edwards, cheerleader, and Homecoming Queen attendantg Connie Giomi, cheerleader, Spurs Mary Katherine Eubank, Te- resa Cummins, Laura Lovett, and Coral Johnson. V -W'-M! ledges: Row If Patricia Golightly, Helen Gardner, Alice Gore, jane Blair, Beverly Seeds ow 2: Barbara McCurry, Mary Katherine Eubank, Sydney Shleppey, Thalia Greer, Cynthia Pacey, Marilyn Bebber ow 35 Peggy Pinkerton, Bertha Bradt, Barbara Phillips, Sallyanne Bachman, Elsie Kirkpatrick, Elizabeth Banks, Jan Summers, Patricia Owens Row 1: Vicky Mason, Joyce Milholland, Beverly Ochterbeck, Patsy Patton, Dorothy Peters, Carolyn Phillips, Barbara Richter Row 2: Cecilia Rowe, jane Anne Stinnett, Peggy Testman, Janet Thompson, Dorothy Thornton, Donnie Welch L 'Il TUV i 47 'Q '93 U 'G' 1 Row 1 Yancy Burke, Jessie Capps, Gloria Castillo, Isabel Celia, Barbara Fee, Ioan Grinslade, Barbara Groesbeck Raw 2 janet Guard, Margaret Hamilton, Susan Heflin, Peggy Hooper, Sylvia Killgore, Mary Russell, Margaret Rutz Alpha Delta Pi A ski party, the Blue Diamond formal, and many fraternity open houses were included on the ADPi social calender for the year. New Mexico ADPi's journeyed on their 1o2nd anniversary convention to Banff Springs, Canada, where they brought home more national awards than any other chapter. In the civic line ADPi's held an Easter Egg hunt for St. Anthony's orphanage, made dolls for the Cerebral Palsy school. Margaret Hamilton, recording secretary: Mary Russell, president, N dentg Carol Stone, guard Activity minded ADPi's include: Isabel Cella, Mortar Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's Whog Norma Shockey, W'ho's Who, senior class vice-president, at- tendant to MIRAGE Popularity Queen: Margaret Rutz, Major-Minor president, Mary Russell, Who's Who, Mademoiselle College Board, NIIRAGE organi- zations editor, Theta Sigma Phi vice-presidentg Shir- ley Teeter, attendant to Teke Sweetheart. orma Shockey, vice-president: d'Anne Woodman, house presi- 1 ' "nf" 'fi refer K , -13- N E I KS: G ri N. 4 M la-. '24 ,. . rw HZ' :J ' f K I F-1 K I ,ff 1 l l M fs 41' -.n-1 ledgesr Row 1: Suzanne Perry, Shirley Teeter, jo An Clauve, Constance Horak, Myra Manton, Nancy Steed tow 2: jean Reardon, Carol Cole, jacquelyn Forde, jean Woodmansee, janet Sue Gray, Margaret Doherty, Ann Burch Row 1: Norma Shockey, Sheila Skinner, Lucille Smith, Carol Stone, Dorothy Swain, Gloria Tahacchi, Helen Tarpley Row z: Mildred Turplcy, Helen Ward, Beverly Williamson, d'Anne Woodman, Marietta Woodrulf 7, , T V Y 1 r- an J I fs, " ,sql 70'- 11- 3 'sv 'fi Row 1: Eulalie Allen, jerelyn Allis, Mary Ann Cameron, Ruth Carmel, Mary Ethel Cousland, Mary Therese Craig, Tona Dabbs ' ' V' k' dah, Eva Ka Row 2: Verna 3 t r Pats' Morrow, president: Shirley Platt, pledge trainer: Virginia Wehmhoner, secre a yg y Mary . . I . Ethel Cousland, treasurerg Mary Ellen Smith, vice president J .TJ . F. I V Donlin, Gerry Fettas, Elsa Fleming, Charlene Francis, jean Glaze, ic ie ju y. Chi Omega Chi Omega began the school year by racking up first place in the Spirit Sing. Two of the most successful fall affairs in- cluded the Father-Daughter banquet and a house dance with its "Heaven on Earth" theme. The Eleusinian banquet and the White formal were held in the spring. Prominent Chi Omegas include: Mary Ellen Smith, student council: Patsy Mor- row, Mortar Boardg Ruth Carmel, Mortar Board, Theta Sigma Phi presi- dent: Thelma Nelson, Student Standards committeeg Barbara Mitchell, junior class vice- president, Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Abbey Nixon, Phi Delta Theta Dream Girlg Tona Dabbs, Spurs, Martha Sell, Panhellenic treasurer. 7:1- xl sJ ""' B7 edges: Row 1: Suzanne Lynn, Mary McKinnon, Ann Wamer, Marilyn Carson, Nancy Davidson, janet Evatt out 2: Gayle West, -Indy Huber, Iris Toliver, janet Boesch, Virginia Covey, Marianne Baker nw 3: Joyce Scott, Barbara Courville, Catherine Hines, Virginia Taylor, Helen Kimbell, Betty jo Bryan, Roberta Gatti Row 1: Pat Keely. Corinne Kriege, Frederica Lamb, Rowena Lane, jean Lederer, Barbara Mitchell, Diti Mitchell ow 2: Patsy Morrow, Thelma Nelson, Abbey Nixon, Nancy Overfclt, Shirley Patrick, jo Anne Pierson, Shirley Platt ow 3: Margaret Protz, Marilyn Rundle, Martha Sell, Loy Sue Siegenthaler, Mary Ellen Smith, Virginia Wehmhoner, Carol Witz Z' Q, 1?- like 414, A .2215 ' if Q A "' Wt I i 9 Y' rv- -.sat 'rib if kb 45' Row If Betty jane Corn, Pat Davis, Winifred Davis, Peggy Forsman, Lucille Haynes, Weanelle Hedgcoxe Row 2: Ann Henning, Barbara jo johnson, Titia Ann Kelley, Koni Korsmeyer, Eleanor Lefler, Dorothy Lewis 6? V? tr? I Delta Delta Delta The Tri-Delta's fall semester was sparked by the addition of two second place Homecoming trophies, one for house decorations and another for the float. Members shined shoes in the SUB to aid the January March of Dimes campaign. Active Tri-Deltas on campus include: Betty .lane Corn, Who's l'Vho, X'V.R.C. president: Pat Davis, l'Vho's X'Vho, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Phi Sigma Iota president: Dorothy Lewis, DIIRAGE Popularity Queen, majorette: Ann Henning, Phi Sigma Iota: Ann Lee Stranathan, lVaterlous president, SUB committee: Carolyn Ramsey, DllRAGl-I editor: I-Iarriet Riebe, Sigma Alpha Iota presi- dent, Phi Kappa Phi: Muriel Pride, Spurs: Minta Sue Bunn, Teke Dream Girl: Earle Powell and Barbara Jo johnson, Pike Dream Girl attendants: .loanne Ticknor, majorette. I58 r'-. Q Barbara jo johnson. vice-president: Weanelle Hedgcoxe, secretary: Pat Davis, president: Ann Henning, treasurer -:f .x""' - 7'1" 4 . 4, edges: Row 1: Ruth Warhurst, Lou Ann Culley, Nancy Woodruff, Maxine McNett, jackie Pride, Marilyn McRae, joan McCabe Connie McMaster ow 2: Marjorie Smith, Joanne Ticknor, Myrna Wicldiheld, Mary McPhail, Maureen Morrissey, Lottie Beth Hedgecoxe Mmta Sue Bunn Nancy Burk Betty ischino, Elizabeth Drum mond Row 1: Nancy Limbaugh, Barbara McLean, Donna Olewiler, Earle Powell, Muriel Pride Row 2: Carolyn Ramsey, Harriet Riebe, Ann Lee Stranathan, Patricia Watson, Gwendolyn Wilson fS 2 2 'IQ ,- x 1 f 4 A I -our Row 1: Holly Adler, Mary Hugh Arnold, jean Douglass, Jacqueline Eisele, Martha Ann Gambill, Nancy Gordon Row I The Thctas' year began with the annual Baby Triad barn dance, and in the spring the girls joined the Pi Phis and Kappas again for the spring Triad. Thetas and Kappas joined to sing Christmas carols at hospitals and at the Old Town Plaza. The Christmas project was to give food, clothes, and toys to needy families in Albuquerque. The fall formal was held at the Fran- ciscan hotel. Prominent Thetas on campus included: Shirley Wall, attend- ant to lX'llRAGE Popularity queen, Anita Morris, cheerleader, Sharon Yenney, Susan YVeitzel, June Weaver, and Diane Pool, Spursg Maralyn Budke, Bandelier president: June Weaver, Phi Epsilon Iotag Sharon Yenney, secretary of sophomore class. l6O Marilyn Huntress, Francina Kercheville, Pati Kleinhein, Carolyn Krueger, AnnEllen Lee, Gaye Mangold 5-. Holly Adler, corresponding secretaryg Jacqueline ji Eisele, vice-presidentg Jean Douglass, president: - Susan lveitzel, treasurer: june Weaver, scholar- ship chairman Kappa Alpha Theta I CJ , , 1'9- T lges: Row 1: Martha Lowance, Ann Bamforcl, Virginia Ray, Susan Berg, Stephanie Bazley, Lorna Lugenbeel U 2: Betty lkicllonalcl, Maralyn Buclke, Marilyn Marth, Mary jean Mattingly, Dawn Peterson v 3: Linda Horton, Maxine Castillo, Patricia Robinson, Kaye Martin, Alice Sterrett, Annette Garrett, Marietta Curley, Philippine Dixon, Sandra Glassman Row 1: Elizabeth Markland, Anita Morris, Diane Pool, Lois Stephens, Maryln Thomas Row 2: Shirley Wall, june Weaver, Susan Weitzel, Sharon Yenney . :'1 fad' 'iv' K. 'y..4-' I! . Lax if N-.J 'tr Row 1: Margaret Ackerman, Barbara Allyn, Margaret Ange, Janet Barnes, Mary Thelma Bryant, Elaine Bush, Elton Byerly Row 2: Ann Chaffee, Linda Chess, Geynell Clark, Nancye Coffee, Nancy Cone, Kathleen Decker, Betty Folsom 'il I KST- Kappa Kappa Gamma The Kappas started out the spring semester by taking first place in the Heart Fund drive. At Homecoming they won third place for house decorations. Other activities during the year in- cluded the Kappa formal, Triad dances, Kappa Sig-Kappa Christ- mas party for the underprivileged children, and the chapel fund drive. Prominent Kappas include: Cleta Honeyman, Connee San- ders, cheerleadersg Carole Heath, Kay Mosher, Mortar Board and Who's Whog Judy Hubbard, Homecoming Queen, Spurs Shirley Shehan, Connee Sanders, Kathleen Decker, secretary, Ann Rubin- cam, president, Helen Rogers, Janet Barnes, JoAnn Mathany, Nancy Cone, Nancy Vann, Nancye Coffee, Ann Chaffee, Margaret Ackermang Elaine Bush, junior class vice-president, Janet Barnes, Air Force Queen, Jeanette Swillum, Phi Gamma Nu president. l62 Q: Mary Thelma Bryant, pledge trainerg Elaine Bush, vice-presidentg Janice Nusbaum, presidentg Betty Folsom, treasurer gas: Row If Nancy Cooper, Carol Ann Rainey, Zoe Ann Ballou, Cornelia McGee, Barbara Barnard, Mary Botts 2: Mona Howe, Sandra Allen, Roberta Holland, Joan Heaton, Elizabeth Olmstead, Patricia Blair 3: Sue Smith, Carole Graham, Elizabeth Graham, Maurine Gummels, Claudette Duplentis, June Stratton, June Adams, Jeanine Adams Row 1: Carole Heath, Judy Hubbard, Mildred Hyder, Laura Kelly, JoAnn Mathany Row 2: Marjorie McCament, Ann McCollum, Kay Mosher, Janice Nusbaum, Helen Rogers Row 3: Ann Rubincam, Connee Sanders, Shirley Shehan, Jeannette Swillum, Nancy Vann r - mn. ,- ex ii a :I IG4 rv- Agp 'S fh gx . if-fi egg, ,. i E544 1 - -L. .' :' ?SgiE5??fi:1Ei!"' r' I A fir-- Row 1: Gladys Botwinis, Adele Brown, Mary joe Calloway, julia Chant, Barbara Cunningham, Sara Curtis Row 2i Alice Deaton, joan Downey, Valerie Ernst, Diane Hallbeck, Joyce Killion, Nancy Kolb I -' TQ" 'W-" "D, . P- ' 'P' Qc.-teylf ,-in ,i x!1.t.,Ia'Q',i.J IEE' r'i'4 -sl 4. 'f ans HE ' PQ, -LX 1'L?.l'!-N 2 wr., ,. -,- ,,. .fi x ,..,, 1 'lb ' Q' '13, A t 'ri if , bfi -Q Pi Beta Phi , l Included in the Pi Phis' social year were the winter formal, l Triad in the spring and fall, Christmas caroling on the Old Town Plaza, and the County Fair, sponsored by pledges. Pi Phis took lirst place for house decorations at Homecoming, and third in the Spirit Sing. Outstanding Pi Phis on campus included Barbara Cunning- ham, AWS president: Dorothy Harroun, Sun Bowl princessg joan Downey, Cultural committee, Maid of Cotton linalistg Carol Kern, Pike Drean1girl,g Mary Joe Calloway, Who's Who, AWS presi- dentg Sara Curtis, Julia Jane Chant, Sally Stringer, and Paula Lawson, Spursg Jean Coll, vice-president of Junior Rally Comg Monica Silfverskiold, freshman cheerleaderg Valerie Ernst, Water- lous vice-president. Mary jo Calloway, presidentg Margaret Wang, vice-presidentg Nancy Kolb, secretary: julia Chant, treasurer , t ill' l ll! i .bl N .I E- Silo . . 1 1 , . 5 aff 'ati A - LP ' Egklhxsff . x5?jjl'f'4" be-vel . " ' 1 UQ ,'-' L 1' 7 ' ' K' 1 A, .J' N.'. x 1 V55 Z ,..4 dges: Row 1: Theodosia Dicus, Donna Wise, Diane Laughman, Barbara Brown, Dorothy Harroun, Constance Ainsworth, Diane Richerson w 2: Ruth Watkins, jean Coll, Monica Silfverskiold, Frances Amacker, Sue Domeier, Roberta Utter, Sondra Schrom low 1: Paula Lawson, Alice Martin, Betsy Peirce, Shirlie Salvage, Cecilia Smith, Sara Spoon, low 2: Susan Strange, Sarah Stringer, Margaret Wang, Helen Woodward, Beverly Woolfall 45 sf 'S' P0- f-Lv C W ez t r , 'jiri' ., ... X. e ' i ,iQ V' .I X YN I 'fi , 1 Row 1: Margarete Beverage, Marietta Row 2: YVinnifrecl Matthews, Nadine i?' K3 l66 O Q . 5 5 . -an in an-,X 1 . ,Q , I 1 :N Brown, Edna Christensen, Mona Christensen, Geraldine Davis, Josephine Ehret, Moriarty, Audrey Rundle, Gloria S. Silva, Shirley Snyder, Judith Stermer V5 I -r' Nu . - , l Pres ix el cilla Lucero I F T7 X qv CT 4, L 74? , . mi 1 Celina Sanchez, Barbara Kemp, jane Day, Betty Smith 2 Margaret Ellis, Patricia Gloss, Peggy Gonzales, Sally Erxleben 3 Betty jo Farrer, Frances Young, Nancy Carmany, Dorothy Gorry, Barbara Frederich, Patricia jones, Ellanora Shaw Town Club Town Club members had an active fall semes- ter, climaxed by the annual Snow Ball winter formal. Members and pledges entertained campus men with two open houses. Other events included the Thanksgiving Kidnap breakfast, a party with the alumnae, an Easter breakfast at Leonards, and Founders Day celebration, climaxed by the installation of officers. Notable Town Club members include: Winni- fred Matthews, Mortar Board and Student Courtg Shirley Arviso and Mona Christensen, Spurs, Nadine Moriarty, president of Kappa Alpha Mug Shirley Arviso, Judith Stermer, and Nadine Mori- arty, active in the ROC programg Edna Christen- sen, USCF cabinet. Seated: Audrey Rundle, social chairman: Edna Christensen, presidentg Mona Christensen, vice-president Standing: Shirley Snyder, recording secretary: Prescilla Lucero, conesponding secretary: josephine Ehret, treasurer ...I 3 f I :Q E 1 ? ' va 4 " 4 , Q hi ' ll' I il. Juanita Armijo, Emmi Baum, Agnes Dodge, Flora Maestas, Norene Mil I68 ler Phrateres Among the many service activities that Epsi- lon chapter participated in during the year were selling programs at football games, and helping at registration. At Homecoming the Phratereans entertained parade judges at a breakfast. In the social line the girls held several open houses, a birthday party for the chapter in March, and the Club Night Owl in April. Phrateres is especially proud of Barbara Anthes, Pi Lambda Theta, Rallycom vice-presi- dent, and secretary-treasurer of Phi Alpha Thetag Emmi Baum, Publications Board and Phi Alpha Thetag Agnes Dodge, president of Kappa Omi- cron Phi and Marron Hall, Flora Maestas, Phi Gamma Nu and Spurs editorg Norene Miller, Home Economics club president and vice-presi- dent of Kappa Omicron Phi, Janice Stark, Hillel secretary. Ugicers: Flora Maestas, secretary: Norene Miller, presidentg Barbara Anthcs, vice-president 'is Fh- H1 nter-Fraternity Council fu td Kappa Epsilon Each of the ll fraternities on UNM's campus is represented by IFC, with three members from each fraternity eligible to be- long. The bi-monthly Monday meetings are held in the SUB. Purposes of IFC are to advance the interests of UNM, to promote the general interests and welfare of all fraternities as a body, and to insure co-operation between them in their relations with the faculty, student body, and public. li. jack Carnahan, Sigma Chi: Edward Tristram, Tan Kappa Epsilon: john Shaver, Kappa Alpha: Richard Baum, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Theodore Kittell, Don Hyder, Sigma Chi: Edward Fitzgerald, Pi Kappa Alpha: Gary Noss, Sigma Chi: Craig Heflelman, Kappa Sigma: Lewis Whiting, Phi Delta Evans, Phi Kappa Tau: Carter Mathies, Kappa Sigma: Roger Green, Kappa Alpha: Frederick Howden, Pi Kappa Alpha OFFICERS President: .... ..... m Iohn Shaver Vice-president: . . . . .Alan Springstead Secretary: .... .... M ichael McNevin Treasurer: .. .... Craig I-Ieffelman I69 LJ. 3 l v I Harry Birkelo, Melvin Keilfer, Donald Livingston, Frank Parker, Theodore Ralf, Cordon South, Alan Springstead 1, . EJI' Til Iii Delta Sigma Phi The annual Carnation ball was held in january at the Alvarado hotel with Sue Price, from Eunice, reigning as Dream Girl. The Sailor's ball was held in May at Iil Fidel hotel. Delta Sigs holding offices in campus or- ganizations include: Theodore Ralf, treas- urer of Air Force Association and squadron commander of AFROTC band: Robert Wenrick, president of Photo club and business manager of MK '54, NROTC yearbookg Joaquin De- 99? Seated: Frank Bachicha, Joaquin DeVargas Standing: john Lucas, Richard Reinert, Robert Garcia l7O W -nn ff: . , Vargas, Alpha Kappa Psi treas- urerg Alan Springstead, Who's Who, associate editor of lX'lIRAGEj Donald Livingston, Khatali. fQ Ne --5 4 Norman Thayer, treasurerg joel Burr, president: Gilbert Apodaca, secretary Ph' K p a I Included on the Phi Tau social calendar during Prominent Phi Tau's on campus include: Ron- the year were the Dream Girl formal in the spring, nie Calkins, Student Council, varsity swimming Red Carnation ball in the fall, and several dances teamg Joel Burr, Khatalig Norman Thayer, varsity and outings. Phi Tau was chartered on UNM's cam- tennis and Khatali. pus in 1948. 'Row 1: Gilbert Apodnca, joel Burr, Ronnie Calkins, Sanford Evans, Daniel Hardin, William A. Henry, Carl Larson flow 2: Louis Leurig, Preston McCrossen, Walter Myers, Ernest Pogue, Richard Stelljes, Norman Thayer ,-I 'It Q 3 '57 6- ' ,rf I l o S91 Row 1: Henry Ash, Ronald Bowra, Donovan Carr, Wallace Deckert, Henry Edwards james Ferguson Row 2: Peter Freeman, Ralph Fulks, jerry Gillett, Vincent Gormley, Roger Green Esta Grissom I A a ,, ' P 'Jw I 2' . .4 i' v- G 'W in 'l I A J 4 4 Kappa Alpha The Kappa Alphas started off the year with a thorough re- modeling of the chapter house. Social events included the Winter formal held at the Heights Community center, a Roman Holiday dance, and the Dixie Ball festivities, in which the Rebels enjoyed a gala week-end. Kappa Alpha personalities include: Roger Green, Student Council, Who's Wfho, Khatalig James Ferguson, Alpha Phi Omega president, Vigilantesg John Shaver, Inter-Fraternity council presi- dent and Alpha Phi Omegag William Seese, holder of the Kappa Alpha scholarship award and wing executive oflicer of AFROTCQ Henry Edwards, ollicial cartoonist for Kappa Alpha journalg Jerry Gillett, Wardroom society vice-president. l'I2 X Y jerry Gxllett vice president Roger Green presi '- A E l lol' u , e fl LF. r 925 ff' Hi SL' ,J 1 l X Row 2 Row 3 Row 1 Row 2 Y, 9 few Theodore Wengerd, jerry Coleman, Bob Tiano, Leonard McIntosh Row 1 : Car DeWilde, Wayne Hisey, Harry Davidson Bill Hurley, Winston Christian, William Madden, Tim Silence : john R. Kennedy, Claude Lewis, Arthur Merkle, Harry Pomeroy, Charles Randall, Lawrence Ross john Shaver, Robert Stiff, Howard Stockton, Herbert Wimherly, Robert Wortman E-1 in 6' E 'rx sa 5 ,Qu C-'l as.. .11 x 5b'Xl sg,-4 fi Row 1: Robert Alher, Alan Aldous, Donald Anderson, Douglas Barfield, Lee Berry, Robert Bogan, Donald Breech Row 2: David Burton, Bud Cook, Donald Ducoff, Roy Dukeminier, Patrick Heard, Don D. Heath, Craig Hellelman Row 3: Ronald jaeger, Bruce johnson, Vernon Kerr, Charles Koskovich, Frank Kretek, Herkus Letkemann, Larry Malenfant Kappa Sigma First place trophies in both house and float deco- rations were awarded to the Kappa Sigmas at Home- coming. Service projects included sponsorship of Spirit Day, orphan's Christmas party, Red Cross and Heart Fund drives. Annual dances were the Winter formal, Poverty Ball, Spring formal and the Casa Campus leaders include: Chuck Koskovich, Stu- dent Council, King of Hearts, varsity footballg XiVilliam Thompson, Senate president and Khatalig lvilliam Coats, university social chairman, Carter Mathies, junior class president: Herkus Letkemann, XfVl1o's VVho, NMSPIZ. Sigma Tau: John E. Manias, Lopez. -Ir., AFROTC Cadet Colonel. Row 4: Rohert Malone, john Manias, Carter Mathies, Paul Mattoon, Malcolm Mitchell, Myrl Moore, Donald Morse Row 5: Stewart Pinkerton, William Rettko, jerry Russell, William Schooley, Engle Southard, 'lhomas Stephens, Fred Stinson L T' 3 'ISL' 1 3 1 -v uv .af -I 'rv 6- Officers below: Myrl Moore, vice-presi- dent, Craig Heffelman, social chairman: Herkus Letkemann, president, Charles Koskovich, treasurer: William Thomp- son, secretary. is Row 1: David Swearingen, William R. Taylor, Herbert Temple, Neal Kibby, Thomas Cochran, Garnett Burks Row 2: Daniel Seitz, jerry Aclkisson, james Duff, Richard Wespiser, Fred MacNair, Lewis Cresswell, Donald Shockey Row 3: David DeVoe, Mack Waller, Don Eagen, Richard jackson, Bobby Morgan, Robert Burns Row 1: Gordon Stout, Samuel Suplizio, Nicholas Theodore, William Thompson, Maurice Trumble, james Walker Row 25 Neil Weaver, james Weber, Robert Werner, Anthony Witkowski, Byrn Witt Row 1: Herbert Ashby, Peter Biddle, Donald Bozeman, Herbert Brunell, Charles Carlson, Sylvester Chumley, Kerry Constan Row 2: john Danfelser, Ronald Durckel, jack Enns, David Faw, William Gardner, Arthur Garretson, Douglas Grant ,gc- l l ' we ,Q- , e X Ierry Matkins, alum secretary: Harry Schram, reporter: Lewis Whiting, president: Her- bert Brunell, warden Phi Delta Theta Three big dances, the Half-Formal, Monster Rally, and Blue and White formal, at which Abbey Nixon was selected Dream Girl, highlighted the year for Phi Delta Theta. A swimming party and numerous mountain gatherings were held throughout the year. Phi Delts holding prominent campus ofhces during the 1952-54 school year in- cluded Student Body President Jerry Mat- kinsg Cameron McKenzie, business manager of the Lobog James Wood- man, Lobo managing editor, Ken- neth Hansen, Lobo circulation managerg Sylvester Chumley, presi- dent of Vigilantesg Felix Briones, Jerry Matkins, Cameron McKenzie and Kenneth Hansen, Khatalig David Faw, Student Affairs commit- tee: Herbert Brunell, president of A.I.E.E. Row 1: Hal Patton, john Poorbaugh, james Harper, Donald Woodward, Wilbur Stearns, Robert Holwick Row 2: john Horrall, james Wanous, james Peterson, Bill Pfleiderer, Bruce Dawley, William Grone Row 3: Warner Little, john Moore, Glen Haste, jack Cole, joseph jenike, Ioseph Kane, jerry Miller Row 3: Stewart Rose III, Harry Schram, Row 1: Frank Gruver, Kenneth Hansen, john Harris, Charles High, Douglas Hughes Row 2: Robert Ingersoll, Jerry Matkins, Cameron McKenzie, Thomas Pettit, Paul Rose john Teeter, David Ward, Lewis Whiting Uh luv 3 M A Row 1: Robert Row 2: Edward Fitzgerald, Bob Forbes, 1 . V. 1 Eugene Herbert IFCIISU l'Cl'Q SCC I'Cl2.1'y Frederick Howden Pi Kappa Alpha The Pikes took second place trophies for both house decorations and float at Home- coming, and also won the IFC scholarship improvement award. The social calendar was highlighted by the Dream Girl formal, at which Carol Tingley reigned, with Bar- bara jo Johnson and Earle Powell as her two attendants. The annual Hi Jinx dance, with .Arabian Nights theme, was held in December, and the spring formal took place in April. Prominent Pikes include: Eu- gene Cinelli, Who's Whog Jo McMinn, Khatali, Who's Whog l78 Frederick Howden, IFC secre- tary, president pro-tem of Senate, Campus Improvement commit- tee: S. P. Johnson, Alpha Kappa Psi, Edward Fitzgerald, Alpha Kappa Psi presidentg Stephen Thorson, Alpha Phi Omega: Joe Brower, Cultural committeeg Joe Don Cook, Student Affairs com- mittee. w 1: James Kirksey, jim Elizondo, joe Orona, Darryl Samples, William Gore, john McCrory, Larry DeBlassie, Bill Douglas, Arland Bishop w 2: Richard Campbell, john R. Moore, joe Linman, joseph Duffy, john Reid, Donald D. Miller, Alec Grossctete, Bruforcl Doyle, Leith Mitchell w 35 Louis Miller, Dan Burr, Allan Van Fleet, Manley Allen, Martin Tierney, Richard Sei, julian Garcia, John Ramsey, james Bond Row 1: james jordan, Alfred LaGuardia, Kenneth Officer, Louis Pate Row 2: Peter Scott, Doug Tingley, Richard Waggoner, Lawrence Wolgin ta ,Q 143 590 Row 1 Arthur Anstme Miles Brittclle Ray C irroll William Chiplm Charles Dickinson Edward Dvorak, Fred Dyer Row William Fortune Bill GLDIIW Robert Glascoclt Roger Harris Paul ohnson Rilph Matteucci, Paul McCament .if 0 Sigma Alpha l . Epsilon Steak fries, guest dinners, picnics, Sunday breakfasts for SAISS and their dates, a Christ- mas dinner, and the winter formal topped off the fall semester for the SAES. During the spring semester they notched Hrst place in the Sunday Heart Fund drive. Spring events included a Founders Day dinner dance and the Calypso. SAES active in campus organizations in- clude: David Miller, Lobo editor, Kaiser Michael, Khatali, Chief justice of the Student Court, lVho's Whog Richard Ransom, Khatali, senior class president, Who's Who, com- pany commander, NROTCQ George Shaffer, Student Council, .lack of Hearts, Khatali, Who's Whog David Matthews, Who's Who, Student Council, Khatalig Ray Carroll, M1- RAGE business manager, William Kimbrough, Vigilantes. vt rx xl a 3 f ' ' 1 J 1, 'f it - l Q ,QT 'Uhr 'l Row 1: Robert A. Sanchez, Richard Brown, William Gcbert, Bill Quint, Walter McGuire, William Millican, Dante Bonaguidi Row 2: Robert Harker, Edgar Brannon, Brian Boggs, john Bobrolf, Edwin Herbert, Stephen Matthews, Leon Palmisano Row 3: Noel Hofmann, jack Keely, William Rodgers, Stephen ReVe:tl, james Bryce, William Amorous, LeRoy Weller, Kenneth Harris, War- ner Jones, William Moulds Row 1: Fred McCracken, David Miller, james Mitchell, Herbert Nations, Richard Novaria Row 2: Roland Payne, Marlin Pound, Richard Powers, David Quinlan, Richard Ransom Row 3: William B. Rourke, George Shaffer, Dave Warren, jimmy Whittle, Donald Wilson -xc Q 5 "'fv':"l MV' iv kr' R' '65 1 egg' pt 53' T -v Row 1.' Jerome B. Adams, XVilliam R. Alexander, Hlilliam F. Baker, Douglas Balcomb, Richard Ball, Don Bay, Gary Beals Row 2: Ervin Betts, XN'ally Bisbee, Barry Blythe, Richard Bryan, Robert Bryant, Keith Burcham, jack Carnahan Row 3: Charles Cates, Hugh Church, Dale Crawford, james DeBo1t, Robert DeBolt, George P. Dunigan, Richard Fallis i 17 eq? fi 1? Major Offcers: Seated, jim Heath president, Arthur Xvillis, treasurer Standing, jack Curnalmn, secretary, Keith Burchznn, vice-president I82 Sigma hi Social highlight for the fall semester was the Black and White Formal, at which Barbara Mitchell was selected Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Also in December the Sigs notched hrst place in the Song Fest. Mailing out 7000 Christmas Tuber- culosis seals ancl distributing and collecting Cancer receptacles featured an active community service program. Outstanding Sigma Chis included: Gary Beals, XfVardroom president, -Iirn Heath, Student Council, Khatali, Rallycom president, Lawrence I-Iogrele, Intramural Council secretary, Michael Keleher, sophomore class vice-president, John Large, drum major, Michael McNevin, Vigi- lantes, IFC secretary, Student Affairs committee, John Morrison, Khatali, Debate Team, Student Court, Robert Wertheim, Publications Board, Arthur Mfillis, Flying club president, Vigilantes James Turner, Ronald Propper, Richard Bryan, Douglas Balcomb. TY! 'lu 1 Don Pme, Richard Inlte Bob Bruce Harrrson Smith Alan Harmon john Chrsholm Vxctor Yurcher ErnestSu'1zo joe YVakeen l muck Haley, llulhp Rogers Robert Alexmdel Edu 1rd Dobson Paul Perry Xhllmm Mullane Phrlhp Lox no Rudolph Trujlllo E j Ander Ioun Iudwick, jrm lee Wnllter Fugene Bhclxeustxfl L'mdree Converse Robert Boyle Kerth Hayengw Curry Andrews Roy Dooney jerome mlqum Robert Crist Cxlun Frey johu McCormack 4 Cene S1mberson jerry lNlIlgCll Donald Spoonemore Russell Phlpps Davrd Mohar james Durrett Robert Matteuecr Rrchard Burrow Edward r joseph Ferguson ow 1 oseph R. Ferrerr lexus Folltner Robert I Cates Wymm Guthrle jxm Heath Lau renee Hogrefe Don Hyder Xllchxel Keleher lkrllrun Keleher Robert KOOIIII Wrllmm hIlClxCl'lllC Dale Mackey Clyde McDonald Nhchrel VIclNeun our 3 New ton Mitchell Chules Mohr ohn Niorrlson ohn A Mulcahy Gary Nloss Thomas Podleslu Ronald Propper 1 3 l l fs- 'gxx " 1' G we-2 Row 11185011 Rogers, Frederick Sallade Clark Schaffner lohn Schuelke Walt Nl S ' h V , . . , L . ' , er l . . ervis, T omas M. Sloan, Donald Smith Row 2: Rick Sneddon, Walter Stone, Robert R. W. ' ' ' " ' ' ang, Robert M ertheim, William E. West, Arthur Willis, jr., james Wilson l A '5 , fx fn Y? v-9 3 3 E.. md.. Hugh Church: Newton Mitchell, assistant pledge trainer: Dale Crawford, jack Mulcahy: Robert DcBolt, triliune: Don Hyderg Barry Blythe, social chairma Dale Mackey, historian l84 L 'l 1 ..-if Norman Petersen, pledge trainer Lambda Interplanetary space was the theme for the Lambda Chis' fall dance at the Alvarado hotel, and the spring formal was held in April. Painting Christ- mas toys at the naval reserve station was one of the fraternity's service projects. Lambda Chis joined Row 1' Tomas Bringas, Paul Brunet, Thomas Cadwallader, Ri E 5 3 gr 6' wh 5 ,gr Y ' is I . ' ' 7 ' xl ,f gl. . 1, x 71' fi? sifii. as ' vice-president: Robert J. Spahr, president: Thomas Cadwallader, secretary: Paul Brunet, treasurerg William Nelson, Chi Alpha with several other fraternities to place first in the Spirit Sing. Several Lambda Chis were prominent in the AFROTC, including Edward S. Johnson, cadet majorg LaRoy Knott, cadet lieutenant, and Robert Spahr, cadet captain. Chard Comacho, Alphonse V. Ignatowicz, R. Lewis johnson Row LaRoy Knott, Norman William Petersen, Robert j. Spahr, George Tippin, Malcolm Williams . 12' -' ,N ' nr 4' , fi fa- - 6 ' vi . tif, 1 4 t X K x I .- A0 . ' x , Al? I 1 l .x 41 453' V it f A .3 , t 5 . 'EI I lx-gt VV w , ' L ,cti . f , i 'J N A , x X 1' ' ' 1 , , l s - t I . P- 1' , s , i .uk 51 I85 4 X gf' 'sa N "Q w .. I I l i " A l Row 1' Frank B Adkins Richard Bwum Donald Brockin ton, Marvin Seated: Robert Dierman, David Monaco Standing: Armando Chavez, Robert Baldoni C Daley, Charles A. Delcznnp, Tom Grady Row 2: Lou Lash, Wilkie Miller, Robert Shotola 3?21 vfflum X5 wiv I86 ,i QV' Sigma Phi Epsilon Sig Eps joined the Chi Omegas in a Christmas party for the underprivileged children at St. Anthony's orphanage in December. In the social line there were several house dances, at which the Sig Ep band played, a spring formal in April, and the Apache dance in May. Well known Sig Eps include: Lou Lash, Mnmciz Features editor, Lobo columnist, James Lamb, Lobo night editor and MIRAGE photog- rapherg Ed Lahart, sociology clubg Robert King, Fiesta committeeg Tom Grady, Athletic council. .-is-. The Carnation ball, at which Minta Sue Bunn was crowned Teke Dream Girl, highlighted the fall social T Tau Kappa Epsilon Q calendar. Shirley Teeter and Patricia Stewart were her 5 two attendants. Teke pledges joined the Kappas at a Z Christmas party for the needy children. The Sailors E ,r H ball was held in April at the Franciscan hotel, while the Poverty ball climaxed the first semester. Tekes . .p, A joined several other organizations to take first in the lllll 4 mu fl N Spirit Sing. 1- ' . I ' XSL ,' ' 'ya Prominent Telces on campus included Edward Tris- xafjlxll. ? ' x f YL tram, sophomore class president and Fiesta committeeg MARXVH 'F ' jfj lb Theodore Kittell, Student Councilg and Ronald Cur- .' . 'N-fCC tis, Air Scoop editor. :Q i 'X ' Raw 1: Walter Wyche, E. B. Dawson ,' af-'f 7 T Fw' Row 2: Charles Reynolds, Richard Longman, Tom Johnston Jr. 5 ' 'fx Row 3: George Honeycutt, Manuel Saucedo, Edward Tristram I. -. J' I 3 p Q y 5 l H! I X , l """ F .1 . ' I l Y is . K if l il " fp" " ' . in l -, -1 .A .,,.33g?f1T.'TT-if' , . - --jf Y- - .. . Qglyv low 1: Michael Brady, Robert Czirr, james Freesc, David Geliehter, Ken C. Hybarger, Theodore H. Kittell, George Lisle low 2: Wayne Maxwell, Frederick Minshall, joe Romo, David Segal, Robert Tresner, Edward F. Tristram 'Q' H- 6.7 srfvff KODACHROME BY GEORGE KEW I AJ! CCACHES 4'-H -fa ' 'W . 'J ' Q- ' 'D U '. ,-, gi. in -, - . S , .Q f ' ld: - gl., i sir G f - ... i'.."i' . 'fa' 'Q 'N . ' -' ff V . A V dx , 4, Lg E if Lffrifin ' f 't L' m0 STEM UC 1 'iid' 'doin' U' s is W er. 1,59 A L I 1,-Y , ,U Y. - ., 1 t i ff L v . lf: ' ' T532 W f ., - 117. ' . f Y Q ,f-:J 3.3.1,-Q .gigfl ' . fl " 4 i 45:1 "7 ings? " ' ""i'T- ,R 2..j- j 5, E 11lQglfK.:i p "- ' 4" ' -. at ' '31--'. 'Lil f'1"' - 155. .. . Ttfls- .fain . , ' 'f ' . , ' 4, fr, -'- -a 'fu Q , ' 1 N A ' ti' . ' H ifg'1.i?fs" 5? '-.Ki-4145 , , , P if -H' 1 Q-' 'll' ii a , as ff' .ggH,f,-Egllyf - fs ua' ew fi fi" M Q '1 Left to iight: Edward Pillings, trainerg George Petrol, chief scoutg Bob Titchenal, head coachg Lou Cullen and Willis Barnes, assist ant coaches The 1953 football season was a particular tri- umph for Bob Titchenal in his first year as a head coach. In addition to being selected as Skyline Con- ference Coach of the Year, his team finished the season in the first division of the conference and, like the 1952 team, the squad was undefeated in conference play at home. No stranger to the University of New Mexico, Coach Titchenal received his Master's degree in education here and served two years as assistant coach under his predecessor, Dud DeGroot. From here, he went to Denver University for a year as an assistant coach and then returned to UNM for the 1953 season replacing DeGroot. To be so young for a head coach, Bob Titchenal has had a lot of experience in football. "Titch" played high school and prep ball in California and earned honorable mention All-America honors at San Jose State. He played professional football for the Wasliiligton Redskins before entering the Navy and playing for the Lakehurst, N. J., Naval Train- ing Station and St. Mary's pre-flight in California. Following this, Titchenal played for the San Fran- cisco Forty-Niners and the Los Angeles Dons. At that time, DeGroot was with the Dons and when he accepted the job as head coach at West Virginia, he took Titchenal with him as assistant. From there, they both came to UNM. l89 -lm IJ,-IC S E P T m-IJ, 26 1 A ff , rf . t, . My , L fisdyb jim Bruening, team captain Larry White, INS second team All-America Don Anderson, tackle Q! ,Q Ml Without benefit of a non-conference warm-up game, the Lobos opened their 1953 season against a strong Utah State team which was playing its second game of the year. The stout New Mexico line, mainly re- sponsible for the Lobo's second place showing the previous season, held the Utags to one touchdown and repeatedly staved off scoring attempts throughout the game. Offensively, however, the Wolfpack's untried single wing formation failed to move, and the game ended 6-0 in favor of the host Aggies. The first, third, and Final periods were scoreless defensive battles with both lines standing firm. In the second quarter, Utah State converted an intercepted pass into the only points of the ball game. Aggie Fullback Del Ray Campbell caught a partially deflected Henry Warrington pass on the New Mexico 32 yard line and went into the end zone for the touchdown. Utah State tried field goals twice later in the period but failed to make them good. The game ended with the boys in the line still holding fast. At the gun, the Utags were batterihg vainly at the stubborn Lobo forward wall, deep in New Mexico territory. Coach Titchenal's squad members returned home with their work cut out for them: to produce a working single wing offense which could match the effectiveness of their defense in time to meet BYU in Albuquerque the following Saturday. l Roland Arrigoni, tackle jim Briscoe, guard jim Bruening, back PZON-WJ' A MMM' . .fnMz777 pl f 1 4 - al! xX- e I Wm, 7 A. L. Terpening and Manny Morales board special plane for Arizona The Arizona Wildcats notched their 27th victory since the series began in 1908 by a score of 20-o. A big Arizona line stopped the Lobos after a scoreless 69 yard drive in the first quarter by the Wolfpack. The Wildcat offense, held to a scoreless tie in the first half broke loose for two touchdowns in the third and one in the final quarter. Two of these TDs came from the passing arm of Cat Quar- terback Barry Bleakly. Larry Mlhite stood out defensively and got in on about three-fourths of all the tackles. Bob Morgan and Ray Guerette, ends, also were defensive stal- warts as was the other linebacker, Jim Bruening. Two big offensive thrusts by the Lobos fell just short of paydirt in the first quarter. The first carried to the enemy one. The second, resulting from a recovered fumble, died on tl1e Arizona 16. After both forward walls had held the spotlight during the first half, the Wildcat offense opened up after the intermission. With four of the Lobo first team out with injuries Arizona collected their first tally on a 32 yard pass play and their second resulted from a pass interception. Another interception set up their final score which eventually came at the end of a 41 yard pass play. 1 X as r . x 1 IN l Q... . - I ' x, , -of .V V .l,,.,,.:. . 2 - - '-' a . V " . 1 . :gif-Ef.E'?'E'I:'E 1 1 .. V f I 4 . , 0 21551 F -il m9bZLl1ETv.2-1 4 l H ,-.,,.--.m,,L' ..., M 'Q Bud Coon, back john Cox, tackle jay Crampton, guard ! Playing their second Skyline Conference opponent in two starts, the Lobos and Brigham Young fought to a I2-12 deadlock at Zimmerman Field. The game was marred throughout by a dust storm in which gusts reached sixty miles an hour. It was this wind that caused the tie since it spoiled all attempts at extra points. The first quarter was a defensive show with the only break coming late in the period when Marlin Pound recovered a blocked BYU punt on the visitors' IQ yard line. The Cougars took over on a fumble, however, and stopped the threat. Another Lobo fumble inside BYU's 30 early in the second period set the stage for the first score of the game. A 45 yard run followed by a touch- down pass put the Cougars in front 6-o. Following the kickoff, the Lobos marched Q1 yards with less than two minutes remaining in the half to tie up the game. Fine running by Bobby Lee helped put the ball on the visitors' 32 yard line, where Lee took it and went all the way. A despera- tion pass by Brigham Young's quarterback carried the ball 65 yards into the Lobo end zone with only five seconds left in the first half. Still another fumble stopped a New Mexico thrust on the Cougar 10 after a 60 yard kickoff return by Lee and piercing drives by A. L. Terpen- ing in the tl1ird stanza. The fourth quarter saw Terpening still carrying the ball, this time for a touchdown at the end of a long march. Opponents were held to a mere 107 yards on the ground. ZZVIG3-ww O-4 eos Ugg eil Fa. -.LN Vim 2-S' Ee- 'QS' cfs ik 395 UQ? U: Q Q' o- bd In N N UQ E. 3 54 mba 3 nba QT SQ 2 he is dm mrs Ea. M Ft -3 'Q- N sn. 3' li S o P' o Q' o 9! 2 fn 5 R 1 l O 3 uh Buddy Cook, back George Burcher, tackle Bob Burns, back N. 'fi'- Bill Chaplin, guard A K s Bobby Lee, breaking into the clear against San Diego State, is trailed by Dodds of State and Lobo tack le, ,lolz 71 Cox Back home again, the Lobos won their hrst game of the season from San Diego State, 41-12. This was the First meeting of the two teams, and the Aztecs, who replaced Texas Western on New lNIexico's schedule, were simply outclassed after the scoreless first quarter. Bobby Lee provided the first New Mexico tally in the second period on a 10 yard end sweep. Ray Guerette converted. Jim Bruening fell over the San Diego goal line after catching a 36 yard Dave Matthews pass to put the Lobos ahead 13-O at the half. Highly touted Aztec quarterback, Paul Held, was injured in the Hrst half and saw no action the remainder of the game. Three New Mexico touchdowns and three conversions went on the scoreboard in the 21 point third quarter. All-conference Center Larry White intercepted a pass on San Diego's 20 and went all the way for the first. Bobby Lee again skirted end, this time for 27 yards, to mark up the second score. Engle Southard caught another stray Aztec pass and provided six more points after a 55 yard run. Coach Bob Titchenal performed the happy task of clearing his bench in the last quarter when State picked up both their touchdowns. :IQ x l P i 2 , ---1 .-" 1 1 jack Eaton, tackle S A N D I E G O S O T C A T T E -Q SBA Chuck Koskovieh, back tk- Ray Guerette, end jim Juarez, guard -1 z o 1 v 1 6 I 1 KQEPJH iqltfnzs 1 5 i l ' l 1 . Q. .. . as . . -.1 . . . JJ. .a ata: . , PZ? O C T 24 The student card trick section urges "Go Team" to the Lobos Dick Lauderdale, tackle 1 X11 V EN l """" -"'7'f'- ni'-97 "'. f, I . . Favored by three touchdowns, the University of Montana Grizzlies came out on the short end of a 41-13 score at Missoula. Bobby Lee scored four more touchdowns in leading the Mlolfpack to its first conference vic- tory. The Montana crowd sat stunned as the Lobos overcame a seven point first quarter deficit by scoring in every period. The ever rugged New Mexico defense, led by Larry lNhite at center, stopped Dick Imer, the Skyline's leading scorer, and Dick Heath, the league's top passer, very effectively. Montana struck early in the first quarter after recovering a fumble on the New Mexico 20. Six plays later, Heath scored and Imer converted to put the Grizzlies ahead 7-o. Retribution was swift, however, as Bobby Lee ran for two touchdowns of 4 and G yards later in the sarne period. In the third stanza, Montana picked up its second tally on a pass play which traveled ll yards to give them their game total of 13 points. Two minutes later, All-America Candidate Larry Wlhite intercepted a pass on the Grizzly 45 and charged over the double stripe for still another touchdown. The fired-up Lobos capped their scoring spree with one more touch- down in the last period. Following a 65 yard p11nt return by Wayne Tucker, A. L. Terpening bulled over from one yard out. ax. I 1 l I I In ,f 'Q -'re 6 Bobby Lee, back joe Lynch, back Ralph Matteucci, guard Bobby Lee races down the sidelines for a touchdown against Denver The Lobos' 20-18 victory over Denver was doubly sweet for new Head Coach Bob Titchenal since they downed his former employers and won their homecoming game in the same stroke. Ray Guerette's two conver- sions after touchdowns made all the difference for New Mexico as they were pressed all the way by the passing of DU's Jim Bowen. In one of the roughest games to be seen in Zimmerman Field in some time, six of the Pioneers, including Bowen, were injured and forced to leave the game. The Vllolfpack took the lead early in the first period when Bobby Lee returned a punt 64 yards for the initial points of the game. Guerette made the extra point to end the scoring in the opening quarter. The Pioneers partially closed the gap in the second by capping a 56 yard drive with a touchdown pass by Bowen. Their attempted con- version was blocked, however, leaving the Lobos perched on a one point lead. The visitors went ahead two minutes later by capitalizing on a New Mexico fumble and going over from the one. Again the conversion attempt was blocked. The lead proved short lived when Bob Burns passed to Guerette in the end zone during the closing minutes of the half. Bobby Lee set up the Lobo's final score on a 50 yard jaunt to Denver's 20. Fullback A. L. Terpening plunged over from the one for the tally. DU mustered another touchdown in the final quarter. i i Q 'g??'i 1 ref-Dx J O C T 3I slit f Q- .pu a -1-7' is sv A wi Bobby Morgan, end A : . Dave Matthews, back jim Mitchell, end Manny Morales, back .,.,:r P N E W M E X A 81N MO V. "If, gli.. -gtgag.. -v-73, L 1 -Vik. . .- .. . . gc , . 1--3. Ify, '- V ,-. - -. -. , ..f . s . .ggi 7 " '- lYj:.fL'f?1'1",1,,N-4 fag , ' 1 , -' A V. 3.31 f:'.wg.i'. y sg V ' -f5,,f',,f ,5 -- 1. 1 , 1 H' .uf-11--12- 4:1 '. Vlfayne Tucker eludes one Aggie as two more move in at Las Cruces ' Don. Morse, center ,-NQXFZ V h X, . . 8 at , c .n . ,, . .l .Q rf Y 'S' V R 7 I . 'Q 1 - , 'I Bobby Nelson, end The University continued its domination of the old rivalry with New Mexico A8cM by winning the 43rd game in the series, 28-6, at Las Cruces. The Lobo's downstate rivals were definitely out for an upset and made a tight game of it until being overpowered in the second half. The opening minutes of the contest promised a one-sided affair as Bobby Morgan supplemented his Hue, year-long defensive work by catch- ing a blocked punt and going 18 yards for a touchdown. However, A8cM dug in and delighted a chilled Homecoming crowd by holding the favored Lobos to a slim 7-o half-time lead. The Aggies started going under in the 14 point third period. An 86 yard drive, 58 yards of which were credited to Lobo Tailback Bobby Lee, was climaxed when Bob Burns bowled over the ARM line for six points. Excellent blocking paved the way for Lee later in the same period when he returned a punt 80 yards for the second touchdown. Wayne Tucker plowed 20 yards right through the middle of the Aggie forward wall midway in the last stanza for the XfVOlf1J21ClC,S terminal points. Not to be completely outdone, the Aggies started on their 15 yard line and went the distance downfield across New Mexicds double stripe for their lone touchdown. Dick Panzica, center Marlin Pound, tackle ..,. -1, ' l 1 i If - ,wx ,- ,,- fi A Nr! I , ,,,, ,, . ., -,. - ,J uw 5 '-:g... , . 1 3 - a 2 is 11, ' H ll 5 it ,. W a O N O V I4 Dave Matthews picks up yardage on a punt return against Wyoming They did it again! For the second year in a row, the Lobos potent defense stopped a vaunted Uni- versity of Mlyoming offense and handed them a bitter conference defeat, this time 9-7. Wyoming, accustomed to moving in the fast circles of the Big Ten and Missouri Valley conferences, was held scoreless until the last quarter when they struck back. Even the Cowboys' Joe Mastrogiovanni, na- tional olfensive leader at game time, was rendered ineffective everywhere but in the air. By virtue of this victory, New Mexico took over third place in the Skyline conference and won its fifth straight game. The tone of the game was set in the first period when the Lobos stopped a 50 yard lfVyoming thrust and started one of their own which covered 84 yards and lasted into the next quarter when A. L. Terpen- ing blasted over the visitors' goal line. Three at- tempts at conversion by Ray Guerette were erased by penalties. He Hnally took a direct pass from cen- ter and rounded right end for the extra point. The safety which provided the winning margin for the Lobos followed soon after when the Cowboy center hurled the ball into the end zone for two more New Mexico points. From there on out, the Lobos just hung on and played defense. Following a scoreless third quarter, Wyoming Hnally hit paydirt when, after a New Mexico fumble, fullback George Galuska scored from the UNM 11 on the Hrst play of the fourth period. Wayne Tucker intercepted a pass and scored, but the play was called back and the game ended 9-7. Overjoyed University students received a half- day holiday the following Monday in celebration of the victory. G52-Z0-42 Wilbert Runcorn, back Engle Southard, end 1 e xi-ft 'W err Bobby Spinelli, back , , 7,1-... 1, 3 1 OUJPZIQI-O0 ZW? I' .J . 5, 41,9 ,sa V iff, A Qi 2' The big Lobo line stops an Aggie back for no gain The most optimistic pre-season prediction for New Mexico put them in fifth place in the confer- ence at season's end. Happily confounding the ex- perts, the Lobos finished in the first division and would have repeated in second place had they not been upset by Colorado A8cM in the season's finale, 9-3. No pushover, Colorado A8cM, conquerors of a strong Kansas State team, were inspired to play de- fense on a par with the Lobos throughout the game. The host Aggies struck early by cashing in on a New Mexico fumble which they recovered on the Lobo's 13 yard line. After the Aggie backs were held to no gain in three tries, Gary Glick place-kicked the ball through the uprights to give A8cM a 3-o lead. is The scoreboard still read 3-o throughout the sec- ond and third periods while both backfields were battering vainly against a pair of lines seemingly made of stone. Lobo fans breathed a little easier when, in the fourth period, Ray Guerette booted a 23 yard field goal from a difficult thirty degree angle to tie up the ball game. Following the kickoff, though, the Aggie offense came to life with Glick again scoring the points necessary for the lead and the victory. V No disgrace was connected with this defeat as UNM finished the season with a 5-3-1 record and the second straight year without a conference defeat at home. E5 , Y. , .4Ciii.?gfL'e,l E s-'N " f" 4 - . if ' asf, - , X . . Wayne Tucker, back A. L. Terpening, back Larry White, center 1 ,.:, ggi: 1 - ff V .1 at r- FRESHME On October 30, the freshmen started Homecom- ing festivities off with a bang after a ten touchdown, 69-o victory over Clovis Air Force Base. Playing fullback, ex-Carlsbad All-Stater Porky Leyva ran for three touchdowns and passed for two more. The Wolfpups ran up 21 points in the first, third, and final periods while tallying six in the second. Other touchdowns were scored by Jerry Apodaca, Bill Brown, Dwaine Avery, Phil Harris, Don Gentry, Dick Ramirez, and Richard Drake. In early November, after being held to a 7-o lead for three quarters, the Frosh broke loose in the final period for 15 points and a 22'7 win over Ft. Lewis A8cM. The visitors suffered their first loss in the fourth year of competition against the Lobo Frosh and only scored in the final minutes of the game. Billy Keys scored in the first half, and Yumpy Barker and Joe Chavez tallied in the second. Dwaine Avery tackled an Aggie back in the end zone for two points. A muddy field and freezing temperatures helped Denver's speed and big line beat the freshmen 20-6 in Denver on November 20th. Bill Keys scored first for the Pups in the second period but the lead van- ished before the half and DU went on to score twice more in the second half. Curtis Thompson stood out defensively for Coach Petrol's squad. Kask Nba!! Woody Clements, popular basketball coach of tile cherry and .silver Miljxuwgxz ME-lx Mfg- 'N ME 5 as y7si'l Q95 85 f flkknj ME v -f M51 4 I Left to right standing: Coach Clements, jack Mulcahy, Gene Golden, Russ Nysteclt, jim Mitchell, Bruce Wilson, Keith Bruns, Toby Roybal, Manager jimmy Brooks Kneeling: Ross Black, Mart Servis, Byron Caton, Sato Lee, Marv Spallina, Ken Hansen, jim Black 4'dl7Tr .- Ross Black, senior Russ Nystedt, senior G one Golde n, senior 1 Toby Roybal, junior ix if I jim Mitchell, senior Sonny Montoya, junior jack Mulcahy, junior II -eifm , A A . 4? Mart Servis, sophomore Marv Spallina, senior Bruce Wilson, junior r Us! f,,.'v- ga V 5f'.::'f,if"" ,J xjnfj, Oliver "Sato" Lee, Byron Caton, and jim Black, sophomores IOI Marv Spallina moves to out of a driving Wyoming University man Paced by 6' 3" Toby Roybal, third highest scorer in the conference, and consistent Russ Nystedt at center, the Lobos gave the conference leaders a hard time before fading near the end of the season and finishing sixth in the loop. A 12 won, 11 lost record gave the Lobos their first season in several years with a majority of vic- tories. Their 5-9 record in the conference was a repeat of the previous season when they were in a 4 way tie for 5th place. Beyond a doubt, the high point of the season was the 102-58 victory over E. N. M. U. Even more out- standing than the 44 point margin of victory was the fact that Coach Clements began clearing the bench early in the third quarter and the substitutes came through like champions and outdid the rapid pace set by the regulars in the first half. jack Mulcahy f83j brings the ball down court against Pasadena College in Carlisle gym 202 Other highlights of the season include the 70-65 win over the San Diego Marines in the 1953-54 open- ing game. The rafters in Carlisle Gym really rocked the night the Lobos scored 97 points and beat Utah State for the second year in a row. Only 4 points separated the team from a victory over Wyoming the next week. At game time, the Cowboys were rated 17th in the nation. Coach Mfoody Clements, Skyline Coach of the Year in 1953, has been associated with the Univer- sity since 1941 and has been coaching basketball here since 1944 except for a 1 year layoff. The amaz- ing thing about this man is his ability to instill so much drive, hustle, and will to win into a compara- tively short and undermanned team. Ross Black Q32 strains in an ejort to keep a fast-break ing man from scoring Toby Roybal floats through the midst of the Montana team while deczding whether to shoot or pass to Byron Caton f84 or Russ Nystedt f95j 203 0 Maru Spallina sinks one for UNM as two Aggies look on vainly Though the team will be hurt next year by the loss ol' several graduating members, there were some outstanding substitutes this year such as Jack Mul- cahy and Mart Servis who are expected to make up the difference. Records set this year include Russ Nystedt's 28 points against Mlyoming at Laramie, Toby Roybal's 33 points against Utah State, the 97 point game total against Utah State, the 102 point game total against E. N. M. U., and 541, points scored in one half against Utah State. Ken Hansen, su-rirounded by the opposztzon, drzves in to lay one up gf. 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' ' I Lefl lo right slanrling: Coach Petrol, Don DeVere, Roland Arrigoni, Ralph Duran, Pete Domenici, Leon Palmisano, Marlin Pound, Dave Quinlan ll Schooley Kneeling: Tom Isaacson, Dick Cznnacho, james Nechero, Don Yearout, Pete Nolasco, Dick Panzica, Keith Bruns, Marvin Spallina if Si.-J' Q.. -L ' ffl 'Z .va 1 , . -.fl ,Q N -' .- Ig " ' tfi.'y5':f gf' . .1 .X ku 127503: g 4 L 2 .. A N' I.,, .. .1 ful Coach Stormy Petrol, who led the Lobos to the eastern division clmmp1'onsl'zip last year 208 Coach George Petrol's baseball team last year brought UNM its first championship of any kind since entering the Skyline Conference in 1951. As champions of the loop's eastern division, the Lobos won the right to meet the University of Utah at Tingley Field here in Albuquer- que for the championship. Though the Utes won two out of three in the series, the student body and team will long remember the two- day slug-fest. "Stormy" and his men opened the 1954 season as fa- vorites to repeat in the eastern division and lived up to their rating with twin victories over Denver U. Now entering his 1 1th year of coaching baseball at the University, Petrol is very popular with his team and fans alike. Despite only 5 returning lettermen and a strong squad being fielded by Wyoming, pre-season confidence was run- ning high for another great year. Major "Hap" Spuhler assists Petrol and coaches the freshman team. 7 L'effsrmcr1's 61116 -v 1: left to right: Ralph Mattcucci, Chuck Koskovich, George Burcher, Horace Morris, Don Morse, Dick Panzica, jim Mitchell 2: Ross Black, Roger Cox, Marlin Pound, Marvin Spallina, Russ Nystedt, Fred McCracken 3: Dick Lauderdale, jay Crampton, Gene Golden, Ray Guerette, Dick Ransom 4: jimmy Brooks, Wendell Nelson, Larry White, jim Bruening All men who have earned a letter in a varsity sport are eligible for membership in the Lettermen's Club. The club participates in various civic and Uni- versity projects such as, a benefit for raising money for crippled children, a city work day, introducing high school seniors to the University each spring, and selling homecoming pins. A steak-fry and an annual spring dance are the two main social functions held during the year. At the dance, a Varsity Girl is chosen by the lettermen and awards are presented to the outstanding athlete in each varsity sport. 9 Cflfzffzi The tennis squad Hnished the 1953 season by tak- ing 5th place in the conference tournament at Brig- ham City, Utah. The team, under the direction of Coach George "Blanco" White has served notice this spring that they will be definite contenders this year for the title held by Utah. At the time of this print- ing, the netmen were undefeated and held 2 wins each over Denver and Wyoming universities. Only 2 members of the 6 man team hold varsity letters but the rest of the men are evenly balanced and strong support has been gained from Freshman joe Fergeson jr. Fergeson was twice New Mexico state high school singles champion. Coach White, who is also the director of physical education at the University, has been associated with UNM athletics for 16 years. He is also assistant dean of the College of Education and a member of the faculty athletic council. fini ,- .I r I Left to right: Bob Sanchez, joe Fergeson jr., jack Bobroff, Coach White, Gene Gallegos, Sonny Montoya Cm ck ""?"'- 'Q 1 to rzqlzt standing: Coach johnson, Bob Campbell, jay Baetz, Luis Gonzales, jerry Rigler, Bill Eichert, Sato Lee, Ross Black, Don Anderson, Eddie Dobson elmg jerry Brooks, Paul Tapia, Moc Brooks, Billy Wagner, Joe Xvomack, Bobby Lee, Bob Koontz, Jim Black, Art Duran The 1954 track team fielded by Coach Roy John- son entered the season as an improved group but still not the championship material which has been absent from this campus for so long. Last year's team Finished 7th in the Skyline Conference meet held at Salt Lake City, Utah, but the Lobos stand a good chance of faring better this year. The competition in the conference is top-Hight as was shown at Salt Lake City. The records and standards set there were comparable to those set at any of the other major meets in the country. In ad- dition, this year, the Lobos met the universities of Colorado and Arizona of the Big 7 and Border conferences. The 5 lettermen who returned to the team this year are Don Anderson, Ross Black, Bobby Lee, Oli- ver "Sato" Lee, and Dave Linder. Coach johnson, long time veteran of the athletic wars, has been at the University since 1920. 'fl 29 2II Gffff L L v li ' 11" left to right: Bob Tiano, Cliff Gilbert, Dick Cole, Bill Collier, Wendell Nelson, Roger Thorpe Coach john Dear began coaching golf here eight seasons ago and is ending his career at UNM this spring to go into business for himself. Dear, a mem- ber of the PGA, has compiled an admirable record here with teams playing on one of the finest univer- sity courses in the country. YVith only 1 returning letterman, Wendell Nel- son, and several men lost via ineligibility, a group of promising freshmen are being depended upon this season to supply the power. Last year, the team won 12, lost 1, and tied 1. The loss and the tie were to the University of Den- ver, Skyline Conference champions. "We've got about 6 boys that ought to be good enough to win the conference if they want to," said Coach Dear about the current campaign. Swimming Swimming is a winter indoor sport in the chilly Skyline Conference and considering that the Univer- sity has an outdoor pool the team has done quite well in competition. Last year, Coach "Doc" Burley's boys placed 7th in the conference meet at Brigham City, Utah. They moved up a notch this year and grabbed the num- ber 6 rating at the Rocky Mountain meet at Ft. Collins, Colorado. Burley began coaching swimming here three sea- sons ago. This year's team was anchored by its only letter- man, Ronnie Calkins of Clovis, whose specialty is the sprints. N I N ABKSTL' . 94- - ix to right: John "Mickey" Craig, Coach Burley, Craig Heffelman, Ronnie Calkins, Bob Lambson. Not pictured is Jerry Maier Wrestling -1 Lf- Q x xi.. V15 rw .J -,..L.A,L it - - f" 'itil Paul Tapia demonstrates one of the holds which makes him Wrestling, absent from the UNM campus for 3 years, made a comeback this year and there are speculations that it's here to stay this time. Lou Cullen was the coach. His assistant, an air- man from Sandia Base, is a former college wrestler for the University of XfVisconsin. Paul Tapia, Burl Humble, and several freshmen a top wrestler in the revival of the sport at UNM composed the squad. Tapia took consolation honors in the 147 pound class at the conference meet held at Ft. Collins, Colorado. He was defeated by the man who eventually won the championship. The athletic department hopes wrestling can continue here and expects increased interest and participation in coming seasons. intramural zfulfzeil ,f I to right slznlrling: Jack NIcClellz1nd, jim Vernon, Ed Kcchan, Gordon Stout, Arlin Cooper, Bob YVortman ed: jimmy Brooks, Kcn Hansen, Don Ducofl 2I5 vt .. at Hit' 1 li 31 ,t, , at , -x .'1 L1 fn ' - ..A-- ' ,.'ff.,'-V , .- ag . '4 M . , ., ' -. ' -'T . 3' ASQ ' 3- ,lf J- . t, 5 . 1 f 1... au, : . 1 .v ' - 4' -. 5 1,-,gf-fr - 1 ' r-' f' A 11' 'U ' '- 1 .' .1-if ,-'J--f - 1 ,vig Z G1 ,' 1 . - -.,-1 ,- M . wR.g,, -, 11 , . ..,,.. 1- ' tc-,E: ,?1 M a U 1 'ir . W . U . , ,Q . Hal.. -71.35, s in , . 2. 'fifty . .5 l Ad ' K 4 1 .- Q x - ' . f.-V . - , 4 :SWE L 7 ' S51 s lH 5FE"g"'gY E -A ' -'Q-Wi'E'i'!i'?'HlU'."l-in-i . - .M S.. A-f gil- -,--. -... "1-. :L -- A . 1 . ' ' ' 'P' in unix ' B . k fe slr N ' 1' .,,5. 1... NROTC, intramural championship football team Left to right standing: Richard Lake, Dick Camacho, Don Ducoff, Tommy Dils Kneeling: Harry Milner, Bill Fortune, Ted Moore, Bill Thorn, James jenckes 1 , X 1 if. ' ,, ' sift, , J pi, ff' "--. -- V .ki -. A in ls-1 N'-4, ,. - F, ',1 121. 11 . 1 i'-Y ' A 'N A . , e' xr ' 'f " - a-QQ.--V5 ?" X 17145. K V r 5 1 Y x yi K rw-P-1'i an X- - ' s A u I l t Smoked Irish, intramural championship basketball team Left to right: Lee Padilla, Andy Martinez, Dick Rinaldi, Don Mitchell, Art Duran 216 ' 1 'iff- ll. f X r-Vi., " T -.. 5 -l N l INTRAMURAL POINTS TO DATE -Does not include 3rd and 4th in Ind. Tennis- 1. NROTC 2. AFROTC 3. SAE 4. Sigma Chi 5. Phi Delta Theta 6. Pi Kappa Alpha 7. Kappa Sigma 8. Kappa Alpha 9. Newman Club 10. Baptist Student Union ll. Cyclops 12. Smoked Irish 13. Sigma Phi Epsilon 14. Phi Kappa Tau 15. Delta Sigma Phi 16. Gismos 17. Civil Engineers 18. Law College 19. Tau Kappa Epsilon 20. Chemical Engineers 21. Mesa Vista Dorm 22. Geology Club 23. Kiva Club 24. Lambda Chi Alpha Golf and 692 499 487 370 337 289 287 280 277 171 152 144 128 86 83 74 73 62 42 40 40 16 14 10 TEAM INTRAMURALS Swimming 1. NROTC 2. AFROTC Tennis 1. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2. AFROTC Basketball 1. Smoked Irish 2. Kappa Sigma Fall Track 1. Sigma Chi QRelays Fe Special 2. Pi Kappa Alpha Eventsj Flag Football 1. NROTC 2. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Volleyball 1. NROTC 2. Kappa Alpha Bowling 1. Newman Club 2. NROTC Spring Track 1. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2. Sigma Chi l6'M3H Relay 1. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2. AFROTC INDIVIDUAL INTRAMURALS Handball 1. Joe Lynch, AFROTC Singles 2. Ken Hansen, Phi Delta Theta Doubles 1. Leon Palmisano Sc jerry Meier, Ind. 2. john Holroyd 8: Phil Kennedy, Law College Cross 1. Harrison Smitl1, Sigma Chi Country 2. Luis Gonzales, BSU 00:37.47 New Record Golf 1. Herh Wimherly, Kappa Alpha 2. Bob Tiana, Kappa Alpha Tennis 1. Don Smiley, Cyclops 2. Larry Kohl, AFROTC Wrestling izggff D. Jolie, Kiva Club 130.71 Dick Lake, NROTC l37."H.' William Seitz, AFROTC 1474- Jimmie Stevens, AFROTC l57.'H' james Cramer, AFROTC l67.'ff' Pablo Tapia, Ind. Vjjlg Phil Harris, AFROTC :grip Marlin Pound, AFROTC Hvywt. Doug Barheld, NROTC .5 . I' 7 7 'C ll' ff, . F' , Q it AI - jg we A-5 k'.l , .2 . l ., r " fri. f ax. .- ' i, -I. , 5 nl- A ' -a Ii. .--r' 1 gigs - 32895 .V-Ik-13. 11 - .f-.-"SJ 4' J' :L i U p J 'V '. ,, 5 7 S E 4 ...X ' S We-.-4" 4' ', 1 - QQ . I -i . 9 fy' ' ' ' A' W lirx, is ' V .iv is 1- , .n- X- J' ' E f 1' . . Q W rw x V K 5 92- I 1 7. 1 -X. J E . 4 ' ' . lr 2 ' K6-' .tt ' - . 4. , I l ' 5 ' . , ie, V X 1 . V1 H :':' " - 1' l"' NROTC, intramural championship volleyball team Left to right: jerry Adkisson, Paul Bruner, Bruce Wilson, Tommy Dils, Russ Nystedt, Larry Mozer, john jasper 5 7 xx ..., i 'CM NROTC, intramural championship swimming team ' Left to right: Richard Lake, Larkin Smith, Major R. H. Spuhler, Don Carr, Michael York 2I7 ,qv-gf? .K . Sqft' ' s tu-.ch 1 ,NY 'fi' 1.9 . 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Ann Lee, 78, 105, 151, 159 Strange, Susan, 68, 165 Stratton. june, 16, 78, 118, 135 150, 163 Stringer, Sarah, 88, IO8, 165 Stromberg, Paula, 36 Stroud, Clarke, 110 St11art, Robert, 78 Sturdevant, jim, 112 Suazo, Ernest, 68, 183 Sullivan, Edward, 88, llQ Sullivan, Peggy, 88, 119, 121 Sullivan, Polly, 88 S11mmers,jan,88, 153 Suplizio, Samuel, 27, 68, 175 Syenningsen, Edgar, 72 Svensson. Karl David, 88, ll7, 136 Swain, Dorothy, 68, 122, 141, 155 Swearingon, David, 98, 175 Swillum, Mary jeannette, 78, 118, 122, 141, 163 Tabacchi, Gloria, 68, 141, 155 Tabet, Fidel, 138 Tachitt, Mary, 144 Tafoya, Ruperto, 124 Tapia, Paul, 211, 214 Tapp, Ivy Lynn, 88 Tarpley. Hele11, 88, 155 Tarpley. Mildred, 78, 155 Temple, Herbert, 98, 175 Terauds, Rota, 78, 135 Terauds, Vita, 98 Terpening, A. L., 78, 192, 198 Testman, Peggy, 78, 142, 153 Thayer, Charles, 98 Thayer, Norman, 68, l06, 171 Theodore, Nicholas. 88, 175 Thomas, Leslie Robert, 88 Thomas, Maryln, 88, 161 Thomas, Thomas, 88, 113 Tl10ll1lJS0ll,JHllCl, 88, 153 'l'ho1nps0n, Sain, 72 Thonipson, William, 68, 102. 106, 175 Thorn. William, 114, 216 Thornton, Dorothy, 88, l4l, 142, 152- 153 Thornton. Glenn. 98 Thorp. Roger, 212 Thorson, Stephen, Q9 Th111n, George, 68, 117 Tiano, Bob, 173, 212 Tickn0r,joanne, 16, 99, 120, Ta ryer, Raymond james, l2l Tate. Pattie, 98, 121, 143 Taylor, Billy, 68, ll7, 146 Taylor, james, 119 Taylor, Ted, 98 Taylor. Virginia, 98, 133, 143, 157 Taylor, William, 98, 175 Teagarden, Donovan, II7 Teeter.Sl1irley, 98, 143, 155 Teeter, joh11, 78, 177 Teeft, Robert Ross, 78 Tierney, Martin, 179 Tietjen, Gary, 69 Tillery, Glen11, 78 Tingley, Carol, 25 Tingley, Doug, 78, 179 Tinsley, Ronald, 99 Tippin, George, 99, 185 Toliyer, Iris, 78, 157 Tondre, Ruth, 78, 135 Torgerson, D011, 69 Torick, Raymond, Q9 159 Torres, Gilbert, 88, 138 Torres, Lillian, 99, 135 Toynton, Ellen jean, QQ T1'egellas,jackie, 99, 134 Tresner, Robert, 88, 187 Tristram, Edward, 80, 88, 105, 113, 169, 187 Trujillo, Carmen, 99, 134 Trujillo, Raymond Rudolph. 89 183 Trumble, Maurice, 89, 175 Tucker, Charles Wayne, 89, 196, 198 'I-lll'llCl', james, 89, 109 Tyson, Charles Kenneth, 78, llg l'sry, john, 69, 115 l'ttcr, Roberta, 165 Valdez, Arthur, 99 Valdez, Lydia, 138 Valdez, Virginia, 89, 134, 138 Valles, Pedro, 89 Vance, William, 89. 114 Vandegriff, Allie, 69, l24 Van Fleet, Allan, 179 Vann, Nancy, 89, l08, 142, 163 Varela, Luciano, QQ Vasquez, Stella, 89 Verbelte, Robert, 79, 138 Verker, jerry, 69 Vernon, james, 119, 215 Vigil. Ruben, 79 Vigil, Lita, 89, 134, 138 Vigil, Priscilla, 123, 134 I s. omr CLEANING f THE HOME OF THE BETTER KIND OF DRY CLEANING 700 BROADWAY N.E. FOR PROMPT PICK-UP O FUR STORAGE 0 n,nt1rn R ' LQUDDRY 1 c 1 sew 5 11 5 'lliliii Htl: .. .- llllllr lllll' H11 1 Illllll IIIIHP Ill!! SANITONE T 'T"'5'22f4e,ff 'Association Welcomes The Class of '54 We'll keep you in 'louch wiih classmaies Send us your address Name Street City CONGRATULATIONS Fam' Denzfer. . . one nur canon GRAUEAPISTEURIIED HOMDGENIZED an W mei H2 ' f. N, ff' Es XL-.llf u, E 'NLII LIIIAI 'mm' 9 " FOR THE ARISTOCRAT OF SLEEP fry ' D R E A M A S T E R Maffress 131 Custom Made C 1 ' I 'IE I i I A sfonmo co, ' 'TQNF we qw The Home of that Famous Rainbow Trout and Delicious Fried Chicken 2525 CENTRAL AVE. N.W. 2 6391 Alb q que, New Mexico Does your printing SET THE PACE For things to come , Our years of experience of quality printi'ng in New Mexico is your guar- antee of satisfaction. 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Phone 3-6651 Vigil, Shirley, 135 Wadlington, Robert, 1 I0 Waggoner, Richard, 69, 179 Wagner, William fBillyj , 21 1 Wakeen, joe, 183 Walker, james, 89, 175 Walker, jim, 183 Wall, Shirley, 19, 35, 89, 161 Waller, Francis Mack, 175 Walters, Sherrell, 89 Wang, Margaret, 69, 164, 165 Wang, Robert, 89, 184 Wanous, james, 177 Ward, David, 69, 177 Ward, Helen, 89, 108, 118, 155 Warhurst, Ruth Ellen, 99, 134, 159 Warner, Ann, 99, 134, 157 Warren, Dave, 79, 181 Watkins, Ruth Ellen, 99, 165 Watson, Patricia, 79, 159 Weaver, Charles, 99 Weaver, june Northrop, 89, 108, 160, 161 Weaver, Neil, 79, 175 Weber, james, 89, 102, 175 Wehmhoner, Virginia, 79, 156, 157 Weinrod, Margaret, 69 Weitzel, Susan, 89, 102, 108, 142, 150, 161 Welch, Donnie, 89, 153 Weller, Louis, 99, 181 Wengerd, Owen Theodore, 89, 173 Wenrick, Robert, 79 Werner, Robert, 79, 114, 116, 175 Werrell, Bill, 79 Wertheim, Robert, 79, 104, 184 Wespiser, Richard, 99, 175 West, Gayle, 99, 157 West, Sumter Morris, 99 West, William B., 69 West, William Edward, 114, 116, 146, 184 Wheeler, Patsy Ruth, 99 White, Bonnie, 119 White, Larry, 27, 79, 121, 190, 191, 198, 209 White, Noel, 79, 128 White, Penelope, 123 Whiting, Lewis, 69, 169, 176, 177 Whitlock, Grace, 99, 1 18 lVhittle, jimmy, 69, 140, 181 Widdifield, Myrna, 99, 159 VViegel, Charles Richard,.79 Wildman, Betty j., 79, 135 Wiley, Oliver, 79 Wilkolawski, joseph, 69 Williams, Alice Elaine, QQ Williams, Charles, QQ Williams, Harry Lester, 79, 105, 109, 122, 124 Williams, Howard M., 69, 1 I5 Williams, james Irwin, 178 Williams, james M., 89, 114 Williams, jerry Lee, QQ Williams, joyce, 69, 185 Williams, Malcolm Hays, 69, 185 Williams, Sherman F., 79, 119 Williams, Shirley, 89, 1 19 Williamson, Beverly, 79, 121, 155 Willis, Arthur, 69, 102, 182, 184 Wilson, Donald Bruce, 114, 200, 201, 217 Wilson, Donald joe, 69, 181 Wilson, Gwendolyn, 44, 89, 159 Wilson, jack, Q9 Wilson, james, 79, 184 Wimberly, Herbert, 89, 173 Winget, jerry, 99, 185 Winkler, jack, 69, 114 Winn, Gordon, 122 Wise, Dale Alan, QQ Wise, Donna, 99, 165 Withers, Thomas, 69, 117, 146 Witkowski, Anthony, 69, 175 Witt, Byrn, 79, 175 Witz, Carol, 89, 157 Wolford, Betty, 135 Wolcott, Vernon, 110 Wolgin, Lawrence, 69, 179 Womack, joe Don, 119, 211 Wood, Bruce, 89, 109 Wood, Connie, QQ Wood, john Hugh, 110 Woodard, Donald, 99, 177 Woodman, d'Anne, 35, 89, 141, 154. 155 Woodmansee, jean Ann, 99, 143 155 Woodmif, Marietta, 69, 155 Woodruff, Nancy Ellen, 99, 159 Woods, james, 79 Woodward, Helen, 79, 165 Woolfall, Beverly, 79, 165 Wootton, joan, 89, 158 Wootton, Robert, 69, 110 Wortman, Robert, 89, 173, 215 Wraske, Blanche, 69 Wright, Don, 89, 136, 147 Wyche, Walter Donald, 89, 187 Yafuso, Ryoko, 79, l23, 134 Yearout, Don, 208 Yenney, Sharon, 42, 80, 89, 102, 108, 161 York, Michael, 217 Young, Dorothy, 89, llg Young, Frances Anne, 99, 165 Yowell, jerry, 99 Yrene, Carl, 1 15 Zaborski, jerzy, 125 Zarris, George jack, 140 Zilson, Nick, 124 Zurcher, Victor, 185 ' f' ' ' 1f 2 to H 1 mmouos '- -e Q- ' 'A.,:, I ounllrv gb, .fo q t ' THAT idling? o 1-fi-A o . . - wncnfs CUUNTS W 1 , -1 , o l H , TBM ' ""f-' Ia .., N :rx ' ,af S -k V. . 2312 Central SE A t f e ' EM , , t, wma umm A NEW MEXICO , .,-if U-'N "Ti .,. to - . 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A., 51 White, George W., 56, 210 Williams, Carol, 118 Wollman, Nathaniel, 54 Woodward, Dorothy, 49 Wynn, Dudley, 54 Alphabetical Index of dvertisers Advertiser Page Autos and Accessories Bargaintown . . 226 Galles Motor . . 245 jones Motor Co. . 243 Korbers ...... 233 Alumni Association Alumni Association of New Mexico 242 Bakery Hogan's ...... 246 Banks Albuquerque National Bank . 225 First National Bank . . 227 Bedding National Bedding Co. . 243 Blueprint Service R. M. 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