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

 - Class of 1955

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Published by the Associated Students of the University of New Mexico 0 Albuquerque Foreword In this pink shirt and Bermuda short year of the Atomic Age, the MIRAGE has been the scene and the unseen. Finally, your Memory Book comes to you, with a view and a few tales of UNM. Those who have worked with the leaves of it have found that the book becomes a personality-some- times likeable, sometimes detestable. The veins of campus life are full and yet deep, and the possible channels of communication are evasive when one trys to tell the full story. The extent of achievement de- pends on you. The traditions may be here, but the individual habits and unique features of this campus are in the background in an activity or organization picture. Look there, and read between the lines while you supply your own experiences. The MIRAGE also has a voice. It is a controlled voice, but one not content only to play narrator for an "eyes and ears" report on college life. Its tones and direc- tion change each year, placing emphasis on different things. So-with a cough here and a chuckle there, this book, which has no blaring theme or any intended theme except pride in the people and their doings you see within it, was compiled in the faith that you would enjoy it. O- w Contents Administration 17 Student Government 29 Students 41 Features 83 Attivities 113 Sports 1 159 Social, living Groups 187 Religious Groups 233 Advertisers 245 General Index 271 Frnm Registration ' Where it starts so slowly raduatinn PAY FEES. ROOI t, BOARD 710-ca AVOID THE RUSH DURING REGISTRAYIDN Ywwfg' an .,-.-MV -'- Vp,-f .1 Where it all ends in a flash 8 I 5"5'1"'1.. . I V. F: .W- Year, esperially one like '54-'55 when a campus activity made LIFE, v pf. . ,fauag , 'M gf. 515.9 M1-. ' ' .,' ..,,.f. f.. '."- - --" " ' '..5',.f4l5- -- y a..1:ff , 1 at . 1 i jI1,":1'fi " - 'B:?Zf?w- ' qs , - M' 0 ,. ' zgwagw A p .QQ 1 ,- ,, sf 5 e , , W asa ' Z N Y sf , , - Q W- A . 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NNE 'K V, 1 .1 ,X is W1 Built of the Sands of Time, Where We have the old . and the new rx ,?'- "-3 V W, MH nl nv, ':,i 'r -1: 2 mann um- s Sn Crammed Full -not enough tables at SUB coffee time- Uf Activities, what with rush twice a year Routine, and the SUB adding more B IJ, , 'X ' . I , V YL gf W - , ,X W ei ' ' .. ai' Rgye W , -you have to keep up with it- 12 People, -the way they flock together there's no toe room and no place, really, to put your elbo and Work CThere's rock work, in class or outl That a Guy i w gifi+:P-f1""'V -U 1 Eiififfil' or his wife and his gal 70 .-N V . T , , 5.4 Q 'WQA l . . . N f ' ii' ' -3.3 ' X . , A W '..4-, 'ii 1 ' fx? . ., 4 if in- ,Fig fig. E - 3 Q' gif f ff. his-, 'f K -Q' or his family A1 aesn't Have Time il- r1lAlHlmuvG:. W- nfl IIQLMUU ' In MI' , 7? 53. " " Ll l I N,-'!'j" ,1 a 12' il' Af- g K- -YI' 1- f rexsf as -Ck ,v i x .,?x-.ZF .mg Tefl I rf ,5!l1-xii'-l"' i.'i .,.1 .:v, ever gets the perspectlve, has to hurry golng to and commg from To Think Contemplation? Momentarily. And then a bell rings. 5 e 15 J . ,J 9 N4 Ai! if ?MU! 1VW I .sv H .,A ,4:A. , , fir Q L, -s ,s.:q'.:l " - M., . ...,-.- 'ff' f y 5' "F 'V 4 3' 17 -5 .. . .Y-Q ' A V A 1 ' ' 1 5-fir-1: 1 f 'wi' , ' .N - A ' 'i?3:5-1321 .-p fwiffwx-ff' Mfff-H ' A P " "-KP E4 ww- rw F' Q . -'gl X ra' MS' 1 SY U34 V I J . I -Q. ........ - ---1 J --""' N" ' . ,, 5t.5'1,,4h,uL,j.?f,. Wy , ,W - I ' - , ? V xv: V ,NIWQQ JIS ., :WL 'I-gf 5' -4. Q- , , H A A. 1' -Q 1 f . :sr --,V ' ' K 'f AL' '- - ' l,','j11'YW, if P- . 7 'Q-,w:'71-,.-,.,. fJ1.,.,' h ,, 1.-rm. hw: -ff J- A -. -f - - -J m.,.51:f' "f..a' " 'M Y 11 - ' :a -1 'L ' ,' 5 -' H, -'r-'Ziyi' -an-sr. ww -5- A, . F '51 , E gm .- H V- f- --ni.,-sw wg.. fg,,.,1, .ri 2 - -. ' 'V 7 ff-if-'3T"" ff' " lf. 1' ,Vx-. 199.912 Ji- -HF'A"CfL:,N-af.-1 1'..?J--.-'.' ' .. 'P' ' YL. N A ' 1 H +1 f " ig 'f':" ' 'Pwr Qi, 1-vu. 94' '.i""f . Qui if . Qlifii 'L N-"'j"i' WY", 9-A-vas'-.-J: ...fue . , . . - '-"1-i?'LlA-i'1' 'f '1 - . wr-'5F,:v f, 4 11, ' ,.+,'ffjqf'Lj" vg.29,:', "f',,,p,.1-:gf-Y H al - 1 Zu Li" f""-M.,-' fin' Administration 4 Q Ax Dr. Parrish has Kas does every faculty memberj the opportunity to counsel students at registration. we . li' Astlfqh, 2 iff. 1 is nr R ,-'.'-::. ' . 'Z3Z'l'Z . 'v'e"n's'l: - . . . . . :,:,... ... 4.-215' ' ,,. Wonder if these gentlemen remem- ber the first time they wore caps and gowns for college commence- ment? People may wonder what this con- traption is, but the future may bring news of a step of progress made by Dr. Johnson in his re- search, one of the phases of life of a professor at UNM. 1 President of the University TOM L. POPEJOY FRANCE V. SCHOLES Academic Vice-President frm: V L -5. f Eg 'W' -H ' Tim' a W ' ,f . A P SHERMAN SMITH Director of Student Aifairs JOHN PEROVICH 20 Comptroller Student Personnel Uffires H-rdf F-"ss - as sms seems ,H-was 1 HOWARD v. MATHANY LEIQQH E3 E Dean of Men Lv -2--If 1 1 lf A ELIZABETH ELDER Assistant Personnel Officer W . w .U -. , . . 'Lx ' MERLE M. MILFS Assistant Dean of Men me CAROL WILLIAMS Assistant to the Dean of Women 4 a as m so 1 grsw so ,1., W E I misss QW 'Sin 'swag iizfigg- , ELSE: 3 ig-wage iss: iifw V -P' 55-2 sir - is E ss I,---Ti JOHN DURRIE Secretary of the University JOHN P- DOLZADELLI, Business Manager of Athletlcs G. WARD FENLEY Director of Public Information 1-,fc MYRON F. FIFIELD Assistant Comptroller in Charge of Physical Plant DAVID 0. KELLEY Librarian J. C. MACGREGOR Director of Admissions and Registrar : v 'c 7" 'r-.- :-: f ..- , 35-'wi uf - .wif WL wen, s dsl i., H Fir. .E E s.- -Q'-Hrs. A , . ,M ,,.g,.-,.+Mg-fs WINIFRED STAMM REITER RUSSELL K. SIGLER Alumni Association Director Director of General Placement Director g.CPoi11?geE:i?1ggIrfd Testing 22 I H wr. . . 'rss S ri ,-167 - .e -iii 'E-, .Eff sf i -15-,gf '- Kruk, nk YI 'mf-1 my. -A ,L.z,, -gas sc .. . Eg Administration N, ...B V-I V "Jas 4 umwggm new 'Way HEEL! H assi . wwf-L ' if-www mp:- s -in n n aww rwsawzxmxfxf: nfx-mn my vm as mn 1, ss fm w if U K1 if ss nw 1 Q fx rx 2 Iii wa ss E.. .1 Q sw H saw mn ms nga ss-f www mm sw w xx mf. nm ss ss-H ng- -an za TALINE Pharmacy gn E E R E ,L E KX H M E , 1 if 1 w H F lf DUDLEY WYNN Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Dean, General College WILLIAM P. ALBRECHT Act. Chm., Department of English M552 'se ARCHIE J- BAHM J ULIAN S. DUNCAN Act- Chin-, Department Of Chm., Department of Economics Philosophy ' . E' Tiff Y wi . E. 1 i vm sf-I ESS: ,W Hamel WAYNE C. EUBANK JOHN R. GREEN BSB l . P? gate? ROBERT M. DUNCAN Chm., Department of Modern and Classical Languages i I' 1 it l w l l i s l MORRIS S. HENDRICKSON Act. Chm., Department of Chm., Department of Speech Act. Chm., Department of Physics M2-'ChGm9.tiCS and ASlG1'0I10mY College of Arts and Sciences W. W. HILL Chm., Department of Anthropology ff, 11' K. gl V ,Q 1, 1 .g-1 w f- If? "3 fq-1 e. STUART A. NORTHROP Chm., Department of Geology .,,-ii I i 1 'W , , it nil JESSE L. RIEBSOMER Chm., Department of Chemistry sn'-W! UST' get MIGUEL JORRTN HOWARD J. MCMURRAY Director of School of Inter- Chm., Department of Government American Affairs fum H fur 5 X 3, M " .K . 5 I Av-yn ...Q D DD E DKEEN A FERTY GEORGE M. PETERSON Chm., Department of Psychology Chm., Department of Journalism flx 'GN ' BENJAMIN SACKS PAUL WALTER Chm., Department of History Chm., Department of Sociology ' x w CHARLES R. SPAIN Dean, College of Education W-.fvlb BONNER M. CRAWFORD GRACE ELSER Chm., Department of Secondary Chm., Department of Home Education Economics P 5515 ,Fw gy. y I ":-, at -.,: i v ., , 4-,aww MERCEDES GUGISBERG ROY JOHNSON . Chm., Department of Physical Chm., Department of Physlcal Education for Women Education for Men 26 College of Education GEORGE W. WHITE Director of Division of Physical Education and Health ALEXANDER S. MASLEY Chm., Department of Art Education LOYD S. TIREMAN Chm., Department of Elementary Education T College nf Engineering MARSHALL E. FARRIS T. T. CASTONGUAY Dean, College of Engineering Chm., Department of Chemical Engineering .plklx F, RALPH W. TAPY CHARLES T. GRACE - Chm., Department of Mechanical Chnl" DeIE':g?31Z2E,SgE1ectr1cal Engineering 1 'f r Ag? . ,Qui JOHN J. HEIMERICH WILLIAM C, WAGNER, Chm., Department of Architectural Chm., Department of Civil Engineering Engineering College of Fine Arts We w I nf: H IE if H , W LEZ L. HAAS Act. Dean, College of Fine Arts Chm., Department of Art ' 'viii' Q N S I ' . f HUGH M. MILLER J 'N 1 "K':7-fini I if ' 11 , 3 . ',, LSL! ,L 1. 'V ' HC' 1 un . w. . l' 3 5' gs A ur -. J -uni if H4 n hr 'Q 1 ' L IG X JJ I gb, 1 I i 'Li x 5 P 9 J"-'3-f . , '-1"Af1L::! EDWIN SNAPP Chm., Department of Music Chm., Department of Dramat1c Reserve Ulfirers Training Corps W. M. MASSENGALE, Colonel, U.S.A.F. Commanding Officer, AFROTC D. F. WILLIAMSON, Captain, U.S.N. Commanding Officer, NROTC 5 . . Student Government U 7 H V Q in .-Wh, if-61'-L f . , x x x y . -I .4 1 X f j, . Whether your eleven beat my nine or not depends on who s pitching what." One split ticket vote coming up 5 if? , Oh, the satisfaction of being a good student citizen . . . 30 Student Body President rY"N 7? ,-...a ,K The line of poetry, "I am only one but I am one,"depicts every student's role in our campus commu- nity. A student should recognize his position of service in a community oriented to the development of society. Campus activities are means of channeling service to the benefit of the whole university, and stu- dent government is the instrument serving to integrate our activities into a cooperative and beneficial force between administration, faculty, and students. Student government provides opportunities for students to organize in order to participate effec- tively in the social, economic, physical, and intellectual functions of the university and to obtain practi- cal education in democratic self-government. The benefits of student government are numerous. To know them and to actively and responsibly participate in the governmental functions is to make the student government a service organization effectively directed toward the welfare of the whole campus community and the individuals within it, the future of each of us, and better college days for those who come after us. ' JIM BRUENING legislative Branch Student Senate As the legislative branch of student government, Student Senate i potentially the most powerful governing unit. Senate membership is composed of class officers and representative from all campus organizations. The student body vice-president, a st dent council member, serves as senate president. A bill passed by the Senate becomes law upon signature by the Pres' dent of the Student Body or a two-thirds vote by the Senate upor th president's failure to sign. In addition to the activity of new legislatio some of the Council's work is submitted to Senate for approval. Majo appointments made by the student body president must be approved b Senate. The budget as set up by council must also be reviewed by an have the approval of Senate before it is voted on by the student body i spring elections. Some of the bills introduced and passed this year included one estab lishing a Student Budget Advisory Committee to work in conjunctio L in with the Student Council. Others set up a campus Community Ches ref. which will function under the auspices of the Student Council, and A Leadership Training Program. Toward the latter part of the yea several resolutions were introduced. FELIX BRIONES Student Senate President '- U -,gr , .Hs-1 " ' ' - ' x. 1-1' is mga.. - - V ' A.. - X Q 'Hs.'t1.4f'f,s"'!.L ' 1..f-r'wvS.iiL35f V' ' Row 1: Nancy Shell, Miriam Meeker, Grace Whitlock, Virgie Gentry, Roberta McPeters, Monica Silfverskiold, Helen Gardner, Barbara Fee, Betsy Pierce, Sonja Pat Fannin . Row 2: Susan Vgeitzel, Adele Brown, Laura Daniels, Sandra Allen, Sara Curtis, Kay Liesse, Gene Samberson, Max Sloan, Dave Holt, Jerry Brody, Nancy Gentry. Row 3: Charles High, Jim Ferguson, Felix Briones, Dottie Dickinson, Pete Madrid, Vivian Vacquier, Carol Townsend, Bob Matteucci, Glenn Thornton, Norman Donald Weintraub, Bill Rourke, Joyce Simmons. Row 4: Charles Dickinson, Carl Esenwien, Ken Drake, Bob Lindh, Art Hawkins, Bill Nickell, Dick Reinert, Gil St. Clair, Karl Svenson, Jon Easley, George Bella McCrossen, Mike Sweeney, Jim Garretson. . Row 5: Dick Powers, Dennis Pena, Pat Gratten, Bob Matthews, Manley Allen, Ted Ruff, Bill Moulds, Bob Ford, Bill Fisher, Jim Webber, Charles Williamson, Dav 32 Executive Branch Student Council C rter Mathies, Bruce Wilson, Byron Cnton, Sharon Ycnney, Elaine Bush, Barbara Cunningham, Bill Keleher, Ted Howden. atty Stewart lSecretnryl, Jim Bruening lPresidentl, Felix Hriones lVice-Presidentl, Ronnie Calkins fTreasurerl. Missing from picture: La rv W e The executive branch of Associated Students government with the power and duty of enforce- ment of student legislation and the function of student administration includes the Student Body President, the thirteen member Student Council, class officers, and the executive committees. Members of Student Council are elected at large each spring. As the top executive unit the Council carries the weight of the work and responsibility of the governmental functions in any given year. The Council is responsible for preparing the budget of activity fees, distributing the Council allotment for projects and activities, determining election procedure not covered in legis- lation, coordinating the student activities of the campus, regulating the social calendar, and direct- ing Associated Student events such as Fiesta, Homecoming, and student body dances. Some of the steps taken by Council this year for improvement of our student government were the establishment of a Student Activities Commission and an International Study Commission, per- manent record books for the treasurer in order that the Council could be better informed in distributing student funds, separate accounts for Homecoming and Fiesta to provide closer examination of expenses, and a system of permanent files on all government business. Although the Constitution does not require Council meetings more often than every two Weeks, this year's Council met nearly every week in their efforts to improve campus situations and functions. Judicial Branth Student Court v f . 1 - i l s , 5 , , l l 4 were S :X 44 Back Row: Allan Yard, Kaiser Michael, John Morrison. Front Row: Ann Lee Stranathan, Tona Dabbs. Student Court is composed of one Justice and four Associate J Among its judicial powers is that of proving all petitions of candidates student government oiiices. The has final say in all judicial matters ing in student government. Any l of the student government or agency the University, or member of the ciated Students has the privilege of senting a case before the Cou1't. Student Standards Committee, posed of four students and four f members has the function of hearing deciding cases involving individual fraction of laws and regulations of student community. Student Standards Committee , :: v ' s I 1 s L - 9 he 1 V 1 , Q: 5 s I t ! l v i f 'Ll Us I . lf, ! -s G ,Y . F - - Q ' Efff, J f, Tall-"2 ' 4 . A, ' ii' .wi ,ti 3232 as -3-41-lg., x....e Edith Bratton, Sally Stringer, Prof. Julia Keleher, Prof. Grace Elser, Bill Fisher ich Missing from picture: Corky Morris, Prof. James Miller, Prof. J. E. Martinez. 34 airmen J . 73 J. Exetutive Committees The Constitution provides for five executive committees to function in special areas of student activity as administrative or advisory boards. Each committee operates independently under a charter approved by Senate. Both students and faculty are represented on the committees, the pro- portion varying from one committee to another. Student members are appointed by the Student Body President With the advice and concurrence of the Council and the approval of the Senate. Faculty members are nominated by the Policy Com- mittee of the University Faculty and are subject to consultation with President Popejoy and con- firmation of the Voting Faculty. The STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BOARD controls student publications and elects editors and business managers of these publications. The ATHLETIC COMMITTEE formulates the policy and co-ordinates activity in matters per- taining to inter-collegiate sports for men. The function of supervising the use and maintenance of the SUB facilities falls under the STUDENT UNION BOARD. The STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE serves as an advisory council to the Director of Stu- dent Affairs, especially on those matters affecting the welfare of students and relationships be- tween students and faculty. Planning and administering the University Program Series and otherwise sponsoring cul- tural events of interest to the students is the Work of the CULTURAL COMMITTEE. Student Umon Board Ted Tr sc, V W . Muthuny, Prof. Ford, Pat Crean, Dewey Williams fchairmanj, George Merritt, Al Zavelle. istram, JoAnn Clnuve, Dean Lena Clnuve, Barbara Cunningham, Jim Bruening. if Athletit Committee .., Cultural Attivities Committee M , X i Q-QV Q it sf N45 ' i :sam K7 K ' Si' X' ' i V E: xiii E - 5 -W 15 : if xi ,wi i i as A ,mms iam P if m .1-1 , Et sm :fx X3 M My 1 W it nf ii me w me Back Row: Gary Noss, Dr. Healy, Dr. Sherman Smith, Craig Heifelman, Gene Yell, Herb Nations. Middle Row: Dr. Keston, Tom Lief. Front Row: Vivian Vacquier, Bev Williamson, Dottie Harroun, Joan Downey. 36 l In addition to the governmental units provided for in STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMISS the constitution these three committees have important functions. Students are appointed to them by the Student Body President. INTERNATIONAL STUDY COMMISSION V W Ii f,E'c,,S-, .L ' warn. 1-Jr ,-fre-qnrr' v Vicky Mason fchairmanj, Joe Jenike, Minta Sue Bunn. Newly established this year are the Student Acti Commission and the International Study Commission. The is assigned the task of stimulating participation in Sti activities and helping student leaders select capable peopl appointments. The purpose of the latter is to stimulate ini in foreign study and to better inform students of fol scholarships. ' Ted Howden, Miguel Murrero, Put Morris, Wulfgamz Busse. Campus Improvement Committee is actually a fa committee, but the Associated Students are granted 0 tunity for three representatives to serve on it. The comn is concerned with improvement of the beauty of the schoo CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE the maximum functioning of the facilities. 3 M3 I U 'VNS . ' ...... Back Row: Myron Fitield, Bob Chuttcn, Captain Ryder, Roy Johnson, Marvin May, Wilfred Kelly. Front Row: Dr. Howard Dittmer Ich:-iirmanl, Alice Smith,John Perovich, Gladys Milliken. 38 Publications Board , -.3 is s -fa ing: Dave Miller, Dr. Edward Lueders, Prof. Keen Rafferty, Prof. William Huber, Mike Keleher. : Danna Kusianovich, Mr. John Durrie Ichairmanl, Monica Silfverskiold, Judy Sterrner. 0 0 Student A lfairs Committee faq. -'H if V? -ww 1 Row: Kurt Frederick, Bob Cooper, Vickie Judah. : Ted Raif, Dr. Sherman Smith, Joe Don Cook, David Faw. 'N' .C Qu i Associated Women Students Cauntil Every girl enrolling at the university automatically becomes a member of Associated Women Students, founded at UNM in 1930. AWS has a three-fold purpose: to secure uniform and individ- ual representation in student activities, to promote broad social interests among university women, and to foster a living school spirit. The AWS Council is composed of representatives of each women's organization on campus, in- cluding dorms, sororities, and activity groups. A new constitution, voted on in a spring election open to all women students, was adopted this year. The council functions in establishing and maintain- ing women's standards on the campus. Saludas Amigas, women's student handbook, is published by the council and sent out each sum- mer to all incoming women to acquaint them with the university practices, rules, and activities. In September of this year the council sponsored a "SquaW's Pow Wow," a new activity to introduce new women students to the many phases of campus life. . Many New Mexico A Sz M students stayed after the UNM-A 8: M football game to attend the AWS sponsored "November Hop" which took the place of the "Sadie Hawkins" dance held in pre- vious years. The "King of Hearts" dance and a party with the Cosmopolitan Club highlighted the spring semester social events. S41 -was-vw am. G' Ellen Toynton, Muriel Pride, Gruce Whitlock. Gaye Mangold, Jean Coll, Donna Crook, Simmie Romero, Mille Albert, Norene Miller. Row Pnuln Strombersz. Put Kloss. Bunty Nixon, Helen Kimbell, Roberta Guddy, Tona Dabbs, Sandra Morris, Sherry Salvage, Jayne Merchant. Coral Johnson, Judy Stermer, Jeanette Swillum, Barbara Cunningham fPreside11tl, Alice Smith, Miss Carol Williams, Jean Reardon. il I 39 Students I - 1 f.-I Y 1 K-n We don't always show our enthusiasm like this And we don't all get honors at Honors Assembly But we like it here. S eni urs Class af'55 OFFICERS BETTY FOLSOM ..... . Vice-President MARLIN POUND . . . . President DOROTHY LEWIS . . Secretary-Treasurer 43 SENIOR MARGARET ANGE Albuquerque KKG Mortar Board, Spurs Phi Kappa Phi Who's Who VIRGINIA Avis Tulsa, Okla. Phi Sigma Spurs Geology Club Anthropology Club ,J I .:.,.: , Q 2 4 55, K I .,...: I, .,. H F 1 A E is , au I X I 'N I ' SAMUEL Bowl: Albuquerque Alpha Phi Omega 5 A I f - 'sf ., . . A HENRY ASH Albuquerque KA Sigma Gamma Epsilon Geology Club JAN BERRIER Mesilla Park. N.M. DDD JAMES R. BRUENING Ashtabula, Ohio 'E' . ,. - s I . 1 f. :EL .:. 1- A - MAIWANNI-: ATHEIITON Bedford Park Ill. Anthropology Club V-P Holcona Hall CAIIOLYN BLANDFORIJ Albuquerque DDD Mirage Editor '53-'54 Theta Sigma Phi Arts and Sciences RICIIARD DAvIus0N Albuquerque ig.: -- V DAVE DEVQI: Qlendale Calif. L KENNIJTII DRAKE Las Cruces, N.M. Kappa Mu Fpsilon IRE lPI'es. '54-2:53 AIEE Newman Club . ' f-I hun: ' I if ,, " E' I I Q! 'T A V , A Z N V X ku I H 5 'K KS ' . L F We l F e ' I . , J f i I , ' Mo JANE BLAIR BUNTING Fletcher, N,C. President Student Body-Ski Club '54-'55 Football-3 years Khatali, Who's Who MARY ANN CAMERON Luis A. CLAv1.1o MARVIN DALEY Wickenburg, Ariz. Colombia, S. A. Albuquerque XO Geology Club SPE Boots and Saddles Homecoming Committee 44 Cosmopolitan Club Louls EDWARDS Tonkawa, Okla. KA Wardroom Society . -:S if . A , lf :. 1 ' .it .: 1 1 .ffl - I X B L, ALLAN Gnusn Albuquerque Intramurals 'K SusAN HEFLIN Albuquerque ADPi Theta Sigma Phi VALERII-: EIINS1' Riverside, Calif. PiBP Phi Sigma Senate Waterloos BILL FIsIIIaII Santa Fe, N.M. Phi Kappa Phi Vigilantes Band, Orchestra-4 yrs Kappa Mu Epsilon PATRICK HI-:Ann Albuquerque KS CRAIG HEFFELMAN Albuquerque KS NOEL HOFMANN Albuquerque SAE BAIIBAIIA Houuu Fowler, Colo. DDD - Chorus Canterbury Club Arts and Sciences '54-'55 J. L Hvmllmry Brownwood. Texas Ronmvr Hum: Albuquerque Jr-:Cusco Club .i.f , llIAx1Ni-: R. Ki.uiNuu-:NST uperior, Wyo. purs hi Kappa Phi res. Hokona Hull nth ropoloizy Club '1 +4 ' kv. Ci HP 1 ' 1 J V I' . x ' f ANDREW LOPEZ Santa Rosa, N.M. Newman Club ALM-.u'r JOHNSON Albuquerque Siizmn Deltn Chi WILLIAM B. KELEHLR Albuquerque SX Student Council '54-'55 Pi Sigma Alphn Who's Who A - fum Efig "'f .,rg , T9 I ' - .f ' wi Wu ' -. u A' vi A if ' s "5" . LISTON LEYI-:NDECKER TOM Lu-:P Albuquerque New York City, N.Y. KA TKE Alpha Phi Omeizu Film Society Cultural Committee . ,Y . ' c W-j Q H , 4 V T I "K :l . X X . f f Louis Luuwicx Faso M.xcNAm Las Cruces, N.M. SX Geology Club Albuquerque KS Primm G. Mixumn Jn. Dona Ana, N.M. Senate Vicxv MASON Albuquerque AXO-Sec. Mortar Board. Spurs AWS Council Who's Who QR Gannon MALLAS Phoenix, Ariz. ,E , g :- ,K 'Q 1-. e 'ig ! NX CAMERON MCKENZIE Albuquerque PDT SENIU R5 5 15' M., -V 4' M J -Q . Pg R. 1:55 .1 W. F. MARTIN Clovis, N.M. PKT , , X DAVE Mm-zusn Los Alamos, N.M. KA Fresh. Class VP Pres. Mesa Vista ' Q f,g, oiobo Dorm CHANNING T. MILLER SOLOMON MoN'roYA Wn.L.1AM Nrcxcs Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque Film Society, Director SAE Letterman's Club Newman Club Kappa Mu Epsilon The cats came back-for Homecoming 45 5ENlUR5 ROLAND PAY N I-3 Albuquerque SAE-Sec.-Treas. Geology Club L .,.,, " ' T21 2. i- 1 95552 Y e LARRY Ross Albuquerque KA Student Council Fiesta Committee E34 A A lf, :wx -- ' i v.'g-fQf 'x I '. A.-wi , ., . .3 ,.-'. N, .WEB ,l ,,3-Q5-,,5-mg?-, X , '-2- Q ,,: .fl ,., ., f' 4 l l I. I I il 59 I I F , l ' ,I il' A A2 , ...I ..,.. ,. .,., . ', .,,.,. ., .,., f' 3: an Z 2 5A N M E 1 3 1, -:-, ", 4 ' I P JUSTIN RAEI. 58545 I , ,,..:Ig:.. gil?" 'ij ,iw 'i Jag: I V V A Y 1 . - I Q I A i PFIIER RAMATOWSKI Albuquerque Albuquerque Roy ScHocK Palisade, N.J. SX Track Philosophy Club-VP Sigma Tau Epsilon PETE SCHRAM Roswell, N.M. PDT-Pres. Geology Club Student Senate A illl ' Arts and Sfiences GLORIA SILVA Albuquerque Town Club Kappa Omicron Phi Home Ec. Club I SusAN STRANGE Sioux City, Iowa PiBP Waterloos Fiesta.Committee Homecoming Committee T3 Really, Miguel, it is not our Cupid. 46 ROBERT WENRICK Bowling Green. Ohio DSP-IFC Khatali Wardroom Society Senate .E :EE :HE . . 'ly , A!- 3.3. 1 BYRN WITT Albuquerque KS TIIoMAs STEPHENS Albuquerque KS LmIAI. TINIJEII Long Beach, Calif. Air Force Association Secretary Newman Club I 9 XX V LARRY WIIITE Hobbs, N.M, Student Council '64-'55 Football-4 years Phi Sigma Who's Who New gr I f , I RICHARD YAPLI: SQnchos de Taos, N.M. ANN LI:I-1 STRANATIIAN Albuquerque DDD-Pres. Spurs Rallycom Who's Who RICHARD ULLIIICH Albuquerque Geology Club PENELOPE Wl'llTE St. Peter Bucks Business Administration I ,V - 91' ' ANDALL ALEXANDER Jn. I qrtales N.M. sfmu R5 H new rj: wsu rm Q r ln rr l r .1 .v"" A i 4 'Al .F .mx svn, I 'A' ' ' Beta Alpha 52" fl ' ' l ll J 4 L I f r Q 1' I f .A I I1.r..'.' f '. ig 'wiwt' ' x ' I - GARY BI-ZALS Albuquerque SX Khatali. Who's Who Alpha Kappa Psi NROTC Wardroom WILLIAM CI-IAPLIN Albuquerque SAE Football, 4 yrs. Pres. " g l i' FRANK EWING " ef '5 Scottsdale, Ariz. PDT . Q ' 6 .Y V FRANK BACI-IICIIA E DAVID DYSART 4: ' Albuquerque , Albuquerque ' ' DSP -' J Commerce Council ' , 5, .rs- , Newman Club .3 . 4L,ffQf' -flea., ' -I ' AMIIUII ASI ER CIVIARLI-:S DICKINSON We Kiwi yi '- Uplzmxl. Cal. Albuquerque QQ Hangul- SAE i 'I E r A X ' P' earn: I - ' 25,135 mm ' I. A :I 1 ' 'E ., r - 12 rewfw 'if '. '55 3 .Al ---- .,.,. . W -15.23 ef, 1 me JIM Foam ' Albuquerque SX cr 'K E 16 Q U ' PAUL BUTT . I Barry FOLSOM ,, u l Albuquerque .as-3 " ..,, Wickliffe Ky. J, I Commerce Council, .' KKG-Pfes. . A 3y1:S- ' Mortar Board f JM- Tenms, 4 yrs. Beta Alpha - C Who's Who . , H-. Runnin- Bulms EDWARD FITZGERALD A Brooklyn, N.Y. Iqigxqugrque KS - res. Leu.ermen's Club Alpha Kappa, Psi Football IFC-fPres. Q2- 531 Newman Club Young Repubhcans Q .. AZ-X " L' A ""' sims' . Albuquerque , Xu 'Z E "'-'-' : - ' 'Y I Jqrmv GILLx-:rr . JOAQUIN DEVAKGA5 I Highland Park, Ill. ff I ' A Amrrilm, N.M. l I KA . ' Y N DSP-Tmai KK , Navy Dnll Team M Y E Zi W Newman Club . - NROTC Wardroom M - -. 11- Alpha Kappa Psi , , A , 'i.i?"'9ll','- 5 Beta Alpha R Q. K j. f1'v,,, M y Q.: " 1 ' ' " "' i WILLIAAI GARDNER CIIAnLIas CUSIIING gglgflllerflue Hinsdale, Ill. , qx, IFC Khatalx lfresh. Class Pres.-'49 Vixrilantes U.N.M. Flying Club 47 sfmans aw A E H A H N N, 2 , . A Q if -A 5 Z. . . Ev ' 3 : A ,cm 3 . CHARLES HARPER Gallup, N.M. ,X i ' I -in , W v . PATRICK HALEY '73 , Albuquerque ' SX A if NA ' ' ' 5 " ' 5' E: KENT HOFFMAN Roswell, N.M. Air Force Drill Team Model Legislature, '53 Senate A J 3. MVD Exec. Council . : f 25:52:51-,. .. ., A :Es'..,k -: i PAUL JOHNSON 73 L Q we Albuquerque :Q . ' SAE if I gg: .A :iz . RICHARD JOHNSON Albuquerque -I z I RICKEY LAMB New York, N.Y. ' fi- X0 .. 1 "" f ' " ii : "" ' Newman Club ' ' :ft if 1, gi: RICHARD LANGLEY Albuquerque 48 THEODORE KITTELL Bloomfield, N.M. TKE, IFC Alpha Phi Omega Senate Student Council-'53-'54 Business Administration S inouo Q M .,.-1 Av.,, .,. AI, DICK LAUDERDALE Hobbs, N.M. Football-4 yrs. a me A 'Ea if '32 Bali ' ' 8 z.: 1 -ff s. ' QI ,. a v N' r gg.. Wg. 1192: n 4 -4-" 1 'Bi-'fi'iQ:5' RALPH MELBOURNE Albuquerque Football 1 LL L U 3 I Q 5 ,sf KY E1 . ir I CHARLES Mo HI! Clifford, Ill. SX NROTC Wardroom JOHN MOIIIIISCIN Sheboygan, Wis. SX-Pres. Phi Kappa Phi Vigilantes. Khatali Who's Who I , A ' Q. I .V U, , .. 'i:1:.,'5!51-,- f mb R. MCBURNEMJR. A f g uquerque X f ' DSP 2 Fm-:D MCCRACKEN Albuquerque SAE fPres.l Senate Tennis Business Administration PARKER ANE REYNOLDS lbuquerq ue IDD eta Albhn 'hi Gamma Nu 4 W . iv. 'Qlw i 5' Summav PATRICK Albuquerque Rnllycom Phi Gamma Fiesta Committee ,N , , -55 'Q ' f A .Luvxss Romans Silver City. N.M. KS Newman Club MARLIN POUND Albuquerque SAE lPres. '55l Virrilantes. Khatali Football, Baseball Who's Who l Vw Qi'- - ...yi L ' l 1. 1 -' + I .:, . T , CnAm.1es E. Roum-: Artesia. N.M. Fman S1'1Ns0N Albuquerque KS if-in 3 WZ' 1 . fl ' H ,. f SENIURS h ..,. .3 Gm ::::.,::: , e H U - . .:. .--- : -:-Q 5. ' J EANETTE SWILLUM Albuquerque - KKG -: H 4: :as :,:.:.:.:.:a Howimu STOCKTON Albuquerque KA MILDRED TARPLEY Belen, N.M. AD Pi BSU Rallycom Chorus J OHN Tasman Albuquerque PDT Delta Sigma Pi Effie ' 23539 r . E X, I 1 :EI . ..: . an . 4 U ' Y ' " 553 52351 211 .,., I 5 5.5, ' ' K 1 A 1 Q FRANKLIN SCHILLING HARRY L- WILLIAMS Albuquerque Alb'-'QUENIUF is KS nlqg ' ' Student Union Bqard v ' .,, " Commerce Council W. ' 1' A 1 lu Delta Sigma Pi . Vigilantes Zif- 1, , FRANK TUFFS SAUNDFM5 Albuquerque Jufluffflue Beta Alpha DOROTHY THORNTON Santa Fe, N.M. AXO iPres.l Phi Gamma Nu Beta Alpha Phi Sigma Iota J AMES Wu.soN Albuquerque SX 49 SENIURS JAN ALFIDI MARGARET BEAVER Blue Island, Ill. Albuquerque AXO-Panhellenic ADPi Newman Club Kappa Omieron Phi Rallycom Phi Kappa Phi Pi Lambda Theta ROBERT BROOKS ELTON BYERLY Albuquerque Hobbs, N.M. PiKA KKG Track Home Ee. Club AWS Mirage Staff MARILYN CARSON DAN CHAVEZ Albuquerque Albuquerque X0 fSec.J Newman Club USCF Cabinet Student Council Chorus Band Pi Lambda Theta E , A ,MR wife-p , -A MICHAEL BRADY Albuquerque TKE lPres.l Senate Student Bar Assn. Newman Club Education l Bon CooPER Albuquerque Student Union Board Band BETTY CORDOVA Albuquerque Majors and Minors Club Newmun Club Majoretto '51-'52 Rallycom . , . +I, RONALD CALKINS ' 4 Clovis, N.M. I I A, . A -:ly PKT ' I2Z,,.. , ' ,2. .1 gtxudgnf Ccaxncil ' ' ' " i e ta appa 'bg' Khatali, Who's Who '1- lj W " i x , I BARBARA CUNNINGHAM LILLY DOMEI-:ici Albuquerque Albuquerque PiBP Home Ec. Club Spurs, Mortar Board Senate EDNA CHR1sTENsEN Albuquerque Town Club fPres.J Spurs Mortar Board, Pres. Who's Who Student Council Who's Who ARTHUR DURAN Albuquerque Letterman's Club ' ' 'R' Gr-:YNELL CLARK LEAH CONNER BUDDY Coox - f ' ' Columbus. Ind. Pendleton, Ore. Topeka, Kan. ' KKG, V.P. Majors and Minors KS . , 1 Mirage-'53 Kiva Club Football H ij- . Rallycom , ' .SEQ-QI! I A ,, ,.,. 5, A ' ' :gf-. a ,- . ' .J I q 50 MARY HELEN GARCIA Santa Fe, N.M. Newman Club AWS Kappa Omicron Phi Newman Club fi -' . sf fre..M .N I I x a Luwxs CRESSWELL Albuquerque Football '50-'53 JOAN DOWNEY Albuquerque PiBP Cultural Committee Homecoming Committee Lobo Society Editor FRED J. DYER RAY ESQUIBEL Albuquerque Albuquerque SAE SX Khatali Basketball Pi Sigma Alpha Newman Club 5. a--,L ' ' fv- - U I 7' I , Y .. LA if H, 0 W JUANITA GERR ALFREU J. GIBSON Albuquerque Albuquerque Town Club Tennis IVCF Letterman's Club Senate Education SENIURS W .. Wm. 1 BARBARA MlTCIIhLL Raton. N.M. XO CPres.J Jr. Class V.P. Senate Boom' MORGAN Artesia, N.M. Football, 4 yrs. MARGARET MORRISON Springfield, Ill. Mortar Board USCF Sigma Alpha Iota Who's Who RANK Gmmsn Donm-uv Gqoumcu ALAN HAILMON lbuquerque Albuquerque Hobbs, N.M. Home Ee. Club L1 .l CHARLES MCCREARY Albuquerque . 1'. '1' ., .. w,, uuv Hummuu Mu.x.ua I-Ivo!-In armington, N.M. Albuquerque 'KG KKG omecominp, Queen 53 heerleader 52- .x3 6 f I AA, Q,-,gy , .C I W . x Xxx I ewman Club Wuterloos Y 1 l ' , , .,- lonornv Luwls lhuqucrquc EDD, Pnnhcllenic cad Mnjorette. 4 yrs. purs, Who's Who -JRC, '53-'54 mvra M11.m:u .lbuquerquc AE .obo Editor, '53-'54 'uhlicutions Board Vho's Who J on H. Iumxusur liernulillu, N.M. W... Bu.L Li-:E Albuquerque PEKA lPres, '53-'54j Boots and Smlrllcs Rodeo Team NROTC Warclroom Mmm-: Mlmm Albuqucrq ue Iumlustriul Technical Assn.Nowmnn Club Newman Club an , V3-im' h? I l' -if ,rj s ' f ,I NOIKPZNH Mll4l,E!i Albuquerque Ph rulcres-Pres. Murtur Ilonral, Spurs AWS Wl1o's Who l F A- 7- . A 3 WILKIE MILLIEII Albuquerque SI-'E GWEN NxcKELL Albuquerque MARY ALICE OSBORNE Albuquerque Kappa Omicron Phi ANN McCox.i.uM Albuquerque KKG Senate Spurs Phi Gamma Nu BEVERLY OCHTERBECK Albuquerque AXO fVice-Pres.l Rallycom USCF LI-:ON PALMISANO Albuquerque HERB NATIONS Albuquerque SAE Khatali-Pres. Vigilantes, Who's Who USCF-Pres. 5:2 its 'Q ' 25. W K3 If M 355 5 , N x - x x ,Q rw :L if - x 2 . x ,X Hr Q -1 K M2225 Jaw 2 2 f Vg J :tm H M! V K Ji lf: . : H so Q :xg H -A ss Q X 9 5 H 5 wma J W 2 we E - . .. 'H EES., -"'Ijl,..A f rf H r .: eff- .A f ,,. 'LU 2 " 1 . , S - f .I - .: .,.. " . if . J 01-IN ORE Albuquerque Alpha Phi Omega WUS Committee SHIRLEY PLATT Albuquerque XO Home Ee. Club 51 SENIURS f EQ I CHARLES RANDALL Taos, N .M. KA NRO TC Drill Team WILLIAM ROURKE Albuquerque SAE Str:-:vn REVEAL Springneld, Ill. SAE USCF lPres. '54-'55l Mirage Bus. Mgr. '55 Who's Who CAruvmN Ro'rH Texico, N .M. Kappa Omicron Phi Home Ee. Club BSU MARGARET RUTZ CELIA SERRANO Alamogordo, N.M. Albuquerque ADPi Newman Club Pan Hellenic Pres. '54 WRC, 4 yrs. Wh0's VVho New ' imma fm S113 .. Education F ' ' , l:-:,J.' Z: ,- 125 Lois Srnvu ENS Albuquerque KAT Rallycum Senate Ski Club A. L. TERPENING Artesia, N.M. CAnoL STONE GormoN S1'0U'r Hermosa Beach, Calif. Albuquerque ADPi, Panhellenic KS-Pres., V. P. Waterloos Boots and Snrhlles PEGGY TESTMAN Albuquerque AXO Rallycom, Pres. '54 Athletic Council Who's Who RUTH TONDRE Los Lunas, N.M. WRC AWS Football, 4 yrs. KENNETH TYSON JOHGINA VAN HYNING SmRx.EY Vmn. Albuquerque Albuquerque Trinidad, Colo. SAE KKG Newman Club BSU Spurs Anthropology Club Senate DAVE WARREN Luc WHITE HARRY Wucmfmn Albuquerque Hobbs, N.M. Albuquerque SAE The engineers won't get anything if Santa gets too close to KWH Club 52 Newman Club their tree. Varsity Tennis, 4 . L" 'az E 151 A 'fra ' 'fL.f:i . P. Anmvm Jn. - 1b11qllel'llUC. .- n ffl -' ,-' " EITH BURCHAM obhs, . . Q , . , r A -f fl JUNOVAN CARR uskogee, Okla. A SME ardroom Society ,J Egfe Hx-:nm-:n'r BRUNELL Alnmogorclo, N.M. PDT IFC-VP Band 4 yenrs AIEE-Pres. 54- 5.: Vigilantes Who's Who w is -un! G:-:ones CORFIELD Bon BAKEH Courtenay, B.C., Canada SENIURS if' WA .. F 5 A A 1 '- "1 , we :.:. Z-' 4 W , B. J. ,. A A r R A R in a n sf an in -5 -32 JAMES Dun' if , Arlington, Texas ' ' KS A.. .. V ,,... ASCE USCF - NROTC Wardroom Tommy DxLs Belen, N.M. AIA PDT Sigma Tau A -. Indianapolis Ind. A.IA DAvr: BURTON Little Rock Ark. ,ii ' C ' ROBERT CARDL-:NAS Albuquerque Pi Tau Sigma Siizmn Tau -1 JOHN DUFF Arlington, Texas ASCE USCF VoN EDELMON Frinona, Texas NROTC Wardroom Sigma Tau ASME J OHN EAGEN Silver City, N.M . f HERBERT FERNANDEZ Santa Fe, N.M. E . . 'TTU ll I ly E ', :.' 0 a A , if L I -' 4 it l ' Q S " 1 , Y' if v ' Wt , V , ,F W , l 'sd ' rr' Til' . D i H. fx , 4 fr! 'Milli . IIA: euyl 'T ,Q I1 ' L l X SX ' , KS , 1' 1' I 1 an KS ' KS l T NM 5 V 1 1 RICIIAIHJ Ci-iANx'u,l-:R Albuquerque Pi Tau Sixzma Sigma Tnu Kappa Mu Epsilon ASME WlLI.lAM CLOUSER Los Alamos, N.M. Pi Tau Sigma Sigma Tun Kappa Mu Epsilon ASME HENRY EDWARDS Chapel Hill, N.C. Vigilantes Student Senate Kappa Mu Epsilon AIEE SANFORD EVANS Albuquerque PKT 53 SENPIUHS Engineering E . Q 1 , H ..,.. E I 1 In Y. K? ' '::: ! ' 1. Q :-: 4 ,, ' L -555: : H H -2--.i- fj ' E M E -:- f., .,. ,Q ' J 01-IN GAFFonn :': jing H gg.: Albuquerque :': " ..,. ,. M '::' A A Vigilantes .. -Lax F :': ij- Sigma Tau ' "" , . 'L -1 V- U , S- , f l -1- + 1 M 1 , --,- ' w N .'.. ,. .:.. I .,...:, E A MX , W fm -::- 525 ..,. . :::- wg f A ,4 . 4 f . is -E! ,:, " - .:. 'w E-E1 :::" ' l , li ' I 2 v JIM GARRETSON ggi: .,.:. H BURDELL UKIETQMANN " v, , - Albuquerque E E H gi -:-: A-lexundrla, Mmn. , ASME H- ,.:,, 4,765 ' Snzma Tau A ' 1: pi Tau Sigma ' ij: , Wardroom SOC10ty H ,L Student Senate 'Q i .. , - ':" J, - 4- A H .:.1.:, jim . . ' ,J Noam AN GLUTH Fi DEAN Goumuzn , ' gig 1 A :-:1:' ' Albuquerque A I I QL: CARTER MATH!!-is ESTA Gmssozvr Winer, Okla. KS Alamogordo, N.M. KA . Student Councxl Vigilantes, Who's Who ASCE Eaton' Ohio CIIARLBS.KlNSOLVlNG Kappa Mu Epsilon 1"zTQg'SlI95'que IRE Band Orchestra A 1 ? rl M i Ji SAMUEL Moon!-: WALTER Gnosm: Alburmemue I I Q Aglucluerque KA . ., ,...., , Ts A ME W A " 'jj' Tennis 5 V 1 S Q 5 ' v My Q K 5 ,gf ,J . , L awk E 5 1 I I l -A, m I 5 Q ,' ll H E A ' A ll - EN ANSEN -.QI ..' 55' c1gl!3i'?rCrest'N'M' - ' Ang-Pres. v " III f in ,, Kxigantes, Khatah 235 H .. 3 E: K Q Sigma Tau I H -J f. v - .ff:. -"Q,-Wt' 5 ,'i!t.-:Yi .:. ,-'-. ' - '1 . it Igglyfs HILDERWAND ' -" J ACK MCCLELLAND Elm 1 uquerque Q M , St. Joseph, Mo. '- RE' I ASCE A , gf SPE 1, Newman Club 5-5. ', Q V -.1 Siem 'lieu 5 if M RN Chl Epsilon 3 :25 g - i f H WILUAM McCoNN1-:LL GUY HOWARD Albuquerque Capitan, N.M. AIA 54 Rom-:wr Kmxxwrnlcx Albuquerque ASCE-V P NMSPE LEE Mum-HY Jn. Clayton, N.M. AIEE-IRE AFA Engineering GUY McD0wi-:LL Albuquerque Y M. .,. .. HAL PA'rroN El Paso, Texas PDT Chi Epsilon ASCE Louis MCKEE Albuquerque KS DAVID QU1Nl.AN Albuquerque SAE AIEE AFA Baseball W,u.Ti-:iz RANDLI-I Portales, N.M. 'Q' . 1 I X5 --.1 ff? W1Ll.1Ani Omvizn Albuquerque Sitzmn Tnu Chi Epsilon Iixxmm Mu Epsilon fa?-P ,ing TED RM-'F Los Lunas. N.M. DSP fPres.J, IFC AIA Senate-4 years Newman Club B . '95, :Sq I f' 4 WAYMAN ROBERTSON Albuquerque PDT NROTC Wardroom ASCE SENIURS DANIEL ROMANKIW Albuquerque ASME u 1 lc m al' Ia A ""T-55" Golmon SQUTH Albuquerque DSP AFA Sigma Tau Roseau' Wx-:RNER Riverside, Calif. KS ASCE Chi Epsilon Sigma Tau "T-'M' CLARK SCHAFFNER Albuquerque SX ASME RICK SNEDDON Albuquerque SX NROTC Ward room AIA Amos STONE Hurley, N,M. SX if Bimnrono VAN Ness Freshman Basketball Omvmz WILEY Santa Rosa. N.M. ASME IVCF Albuquerque DSP . UNM Aeronautical Assn. 3-5295 ,- .: ' . H- EI' :Wing I A , Emi xi- -. V '-wifi: if 'HN -if ,iz 52: jr - " gf 7 ' - 3 Sw -fi .... H K M , . .,.,.: nigh A A FHWA M 575 . Q 'Xa Nl V ' ' . .SJW 2 " A Jr if 1' BRUCE WILSON Albuquerque Basketball-3 Years Student Council '54-'55 Sigma Tau Who's Who 55 SENIUHS Finellrts ADI-:LE BROWN MARIETTA BROWN Albuquerque Albuquerque PIBP Town Club Spurs, Mortar Board Sifzma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota Film Society Who's Who Newman Club MARGARET FARIS Montgomery, Ala. Newman Club PAUL FARMER Albuquerque ke. 5 ' m:..:.a ,. PHILIPPINE DIXON Denver, Colo. KAT GILDER GRAY Sierra City, Calif. AXO Sigma Alpha Iota USCF Cabinet AWS NANCY KOLB Albuquerque PiBP USCF Waterloos Ski Club 5 RALPII K. PARK OLETA Lou Rolxmvrs VERA ROZDESTVENSKY Carlsbad, N.M. Albuquerque Los Angeles, Calif. PDT Spurs, Mortar Board ADPi Pi Lambda Theta Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota Chorus SHIRLIE SALVAGE ROBERT STUART BEVERLY WILLIAMSON Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque PiBP NROTC Wardroom ADPi, Pres. Kappa Omicron Phi AWS Rallycom Cultural Committee AWS Band-3 yrs. GWRN WILsoN Albuquerque DDD Rodey Pharmacy 56 ALAN Auvous Albuquerque KS DAVID LINDER RoImR'r TI-:rm- Roy, N.M. Albuquerque Kappa Psi JAMI-:s WALKER SHERMAN WILLIAMS Longview, Texas Clovis, N.M. USCF BSU-President Alpha Phi Omega Adjutant AFROTC Juniors Class nf'56 OFFICERS ENGLE SOUTHARD ....... President SALLY STRINGER , . Secretary-Treasurer VINCE GORMLEY . . . Vice-President '4'-N. '-XJ 4 . xx' , H ,.,4 57 '- 4 fjsfiii '. ' ' '-1 ... -z X . E Jeanine Adams, Jerry Adams, Brooks Ambos, Arthur Anstine Q I2 We v Z 1 X X. 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A V. ws- 4 bl Donnie Welch Barbara Wess Frank Westfall James White Noel White, Betty Wildman, Jim Williams, James M. Williams 1 K: A if -. l ,u l Herb Wimberly, Audra Wisdom, Bruce Wood, D'Anne Woodman Q lu.: 5 4. V 4 4 Q A T .- 1 - i 9 -1 AF , .J ' ' '..x'.nT'L '-5-, i f V -1- N , lr ' V - 5.'.sf,.'1 u Robert Wortman, Sharon Yenney. Carl Yrene I I Snphamnres Class uf'57 OFFICERS BOB MATTEUCCI .... . . . President MINTA SUE BUNN . . . Vice-President JO ANN CLAUVE . . Secretary-Treasurer 65 3 ' F' f x e 1 x-1 m 1 Connie Abbott Elouise Alexander sophomores John Bauer Connie Ainsworth A ish I , Clyde Alma -Egfr 4-4' Mildred Albert ' 55252 f if . Susan Berg I J' QW . jf Lfgfm 'X -I . b. W G Nj 2.5: 'Q LI ' ' U H Robert Alexander K ' J' Sandra Allen I- 1 Y rn - N Nancy Allnutt .. 25. H ,iii :J X " 5: 2- 525 H A :. X 5 ..,.. 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Mary Montoya " N JoAnn Moorer I " T Thomas Moran Q K Bill Moreland 70 Suzanne Perry ., 'T 1- ,. sh! Ak' xiii- Ji John Phillips Eddie Pendelton gr ,,-7 -wx in 2? lu fli? "1 we 'I , ' Q A yi if . X ' H'-'f ' f Dawn Peterson 'if , Barbara Phillips L.n fr .X ' - fix : ' I If jf ' 711' 1 Qxhll lnglfiq. - . - A! ix Katherine Poley L John Poorbaugh E' 1 f ' Snphnmores A az ' F- N. Ramseier mmri RZWWTMMY I ' H +1 Q' A145 ' 5 .h ' ' Q: 'l Y Y' Q:-.'fTlfg'77'?-2 z if -it ' 'B' ' Minnie Randall ' xt ,X 'l fx C li M' J f Carol Rainey V. ' N 1 .. I . , f . I "" E 1 ' :V Yolanda Porrus ' 'V., -5 1 W A 'Q ,' la 3 ' Dan sem ' " "9 ' ' n ,fl l' U :E ' ,H ix! I Beverly Seeds " ' I , F V., -U I 1 I ' X, I 'eQL.f,f he Russel Schwers I! ,wel ' A ii Y 1 'n H I 'fy Sondra Schrom -'IV Y, ,' "':i5"! N Jean Reardon J ' up ' Viriziniu Ray 1- - ..4.- , Jim, ' ' 1' ' Charles Huy gig" in :i-1 Mini' .w ,, Gary Rnper A - 5 xr-1 Ar :ETH . Tim Silence 5 'ig A ' ' i ' 'Hr V Don Shockey Yip.- l i E -V l- N V . Sydney Shleppey f I A A F i.. If '43 - , , i i if - ' 'QF' t,,.w'qi:'S'F' i " Y . K 5, 'V-V 4, KJ Betty Lou sernn . S yi 1 5 val' . ' 2: - fl :I V Gilbert Rivera l ' , '- i ' , 1' Jack Riddle 5 . ' I L., Q .., i William Rice . ig. - rf A . A , , A X Gcurize Reddy ' -. I H i .11 ' -"5 F A-elf A P- : Y: j W . M Betty Smith It dad 4 -I A Nestora Sisneros I I' I Ken Siner f Jose F. Silva F5 jg Alfred Sanchez ' y i ' , F S ,,,, i :S Gene Samberson I S Al i Junk Sxulosuk Q 5 1 - :Sf I . iwfl Y, :ll-T 'V A V , , ,, , iii F Norman Rout l . Y Q' , , - rg I ,, -, A Q , . ,,.,. fi S ,ir 3- 72... '- Morris Stagner J -1 . H , - ,,,-rw I 0 I I Q i ug ,KJ W ' Madelyn Smith 1 Q Larkin Smith TJ f Francine Smith ,- Manuel Saucedo '- . William Sanford A Edward Sanchez V , Roh Sanchez V' -ii ' i A .E . A f J. D. strode 'N Felicia Stine J 4 Alice Sterrett A Chas. Stephens 71 ,av 7 B gif T i if I f H1 sv Dave Swearingen g ff9!e,: fi" A..-if x X A x . U2 :F :!. E '41 5 m ff fb P1 'T 1 . .VT - H '95 , -... 4 5 5 TAA' , Glenn Thornton , ,,, A Y ., M Jackie Tregellas hw: 'W D ' M :Q Snphnlflores 1 X WT xg A Q v, 1 VH A . l "Wa "2M'-W"-elf 4 R 2 - - Egg -ji 53525 F E 5 ,.1g,E, x , MFE Joe Walieen VT z 1? . , A 41 ' ,gil -A:-Kev , ' X 5 'Q 'ju ""' Gmnx Sweet x ! Pame 'rare '-I T . 'zum v ,il :. FSHN3? 'gm , ,f A W ' - 7 C2551 Fi-1ap"?a2:"EEE,: E5 ?f K ,l 6 E Y W : 'K 1. - ., -- , " 5 Herbert Temple "' '-A 2 f ,evglikg V ww, N, V M -N-Q BE my REV 755533 El U ,li A? ,gf D ' lg ini xg? QV B! ZR E. g E m .5 4. W we 1 2 Q S' .4 2 Qt' px 9, ' Q W F K Raymond Torick 3. -H 1 Lily Trujillo Richard Turner 72 Kenny Varner Johnny Taylor Ruth Warhurst ff' F.: 1 . I x 'I X 2 -- . - a-:I X , fl A x f A gg Eufzene Walker Muczk Waller Ruth Watkins ' ei M z 194, . ---' s Charles Weaver TX jfkx L J-:H I Vita Terauds .. f' i ' -- Roger Thorp . ' ' ' ' " ' --1 A Y' , A K Nancy Lee Welch A- n if ' Dick wespiser X " 'V j, ' ., Gayle West ,,,. e I N J ,QL N .M Donald Tosti i " A w .' aj 4 Ellen Toynton L 3,171 J, V' VR V -. ,F Ag-1 VT le 1' ' if ns' L' , , 'x an , g' ,j ' Myrna Widdefield K ' Y . Ziuz Mercedes Trujillo H. M. Vosburgh fx A-42? Y Donna Wise ,. , 4 . 1 Robert G. Tucker Nancy Woodruff Bill VVagner x -.4 2. ,g L, "eo 1 .X- Paul Yrisurri I I. T Don Woodard 15 V Ann Warner Doris Welch Morris West 9- f' I ' V "SU 'N . ' 4 . ...F 'Y 1' Leu- l v iw-1. A I Jean Woodmansec Freshmen Class of '58 OFFICERS MIKE SWEENEY .... . . . President NANCY GENTRY . . Sec1'eta1'y-Treasurer LEE DAVIS . . . Vice-President L-,Pig ,M ,I 73 Me' W ,-'M mmf-rgjq? . is W . - ,O lj 5 H52 W ' if ,..,- " " ':--1:1 W :'5-fii, .. ', -. 2 A I in ---- - -y - K N - .. , ,V ,e R ' Fife, .., ' A- .. . :- I . 'Y' :-:' ' H WE El '::l'-, , X. " ,. mm: ' W W " 15. ' e- b ,z ,, I , 151, . 43? 'Z-in A X, ' ag ' , , xi -f' ' --f . - ' -2 H- ' - . .,.... Sr . E Bill Adkins, Pete Aguilar, Tom Atherton, Al Altuna A if ,Q v ff Q 'r l .. 1 'ill ,,.,,,.,.,.,. 3 2 " , ew,- wwe in W 5 M ' 'fl :lf-fiil, fl' .: ".JafQ1::.:.:. A ,Q :.:,:.1,.f Q' 1 , - M ' ' . ,y Jerome Anderson, John Anderson, Margaret Anderson, Janice Anthony ,zz ,, 2, E: -is K E ws m rl We ' 5,1 H if 3 H W iw e X 3 X m nf mx 3 H xxx kf X N 5 1 2 H E H 4' H ," A 'iq 5 X ' wa it ' 4 ' ki ,W Q Wee " :ig ' - 1 -ww no Lorenzo Archunde, Thalia Armstrong, LeRoy Barncastle, Rudy Bm-ncastle Freshmen Cynthia Brace, Bon Bradbury, Howard Brawn, Pat Briggs ' if - F y Priscilla Brito, Tom Broome, Robert Brown, Ronald Brown "4 'M' , vl 'I ar i 4 N ,, .K T ' I, Barbara Bryan, C. D. Bryan, Jo Ellen Bryson, Fran Burke Kathleen Burke, Bob Burwinkle, Vaughn Bush, Durelle Butler . ,..,.,,,, A wt, -w ,::,. -- Lori' 53" , Jerry Beckes, Martha Benge, Al Bennett, Terry Benton 1 so , :eww gi' a ir A . '- . - ' W l i E Z, Q , "'4- 5 5 ,, . 'A' WN i g -I A V , E . X I , I ...,. 'B Z . i ., ' 5 .3, -,- , .-dj-i KS is J 2. 4 4 E f E H " k " ' ' So ' "" 1. Q, .:. ' gimme? SXT k e: H 2? z. M ' ,. ' ..,9 "" 'P . , rban Biflle, Rolfe Black , " Sheril Berryhill, Barbara Berzin, No l ,Q 'J 55' , ig. .Z ' , , T" L w,,QJ' W - A 1 1 J l Bill Black, Patsy Bonds, Dot Bowyer, Marcia Anne Boyer 74 1 . ' A V Q . Marilyn Butler, Alan Campbell, Sally Carpenter, Nancy Cartlidge ist S-f --r N..- Ann Cartman, Sylvia Cusudos, Mel Castillo, Juanita Cutu T'. 1 ,4 'I I Freshmen X - 'X l IN l EEL , v Cuusey, Toni Cclln, Anthony Chuvcz, David Chavez 0 . x 'A fx - -. H l jfs J' .Q udy Christopher, Ben Clemz. Nnncy Cole. Jean Collins v-. il J Copeland, Jim Coriz, Elizabeth Corrough, Nancy Cotton ,-ml., Cnury, Lloyd Crawford, Max Crook, Grace Culver cg x- ,L u H q 5 au, . ' ' Mf 4 .' , l , .f',g'L' 5? ' '49-if ' - ' fl' A , L. , . , i' 4-ffh' 7' ..h. I ,IW 5. . , Dav1s Sandy Davis etc Cunninlzhum, Terry Dale, Joan ' , , Hy, ' 4 1 , I V : , f - 1 Q ' . w - . . , l 1 ', V. Q. I , 1 ' N" l A -212 ,' i , ' , , V", 'liim ' H ,v 'vi IH lalentino DeLno, Don DesJurdin, Jnclc Donelson, Gayle Doyle K IW, vo' ,. 'Q -MQW. fi-9 FJ .- Af ..,.,,.s: --' I. X l W.-n, r .34 "me r fr, .5 Q W 'ar 1: HQ , F.: W l .. 1 QW. uh Terry Drake, Carroll Duncan, Mary Duncan, Harvey Dunn ,g 1:4 M . - - . ,z:,-. f- " 5.55, . 1 ,-122: .5.E::. ' lp L L. ' , f ,pQ5,qfs,: . E. , V N ,, f 25 fi, Q , LP I ei 'a Milton Dyer, Amos Edens, John Elder, David Emmert 1. -P' f -lzrf ,rf M- . K .. X Torksey Ensminger, Pat Espinosa, Carolyn Fabian, Sue Faircloth 5 ff 0 B gl, 52 yi? I -ig 1 5? ' ,N 5 RQ Q 11 - " 'V .. ! . we -rs k A K ., M if N, 1 or g W 1 15 Q y E f ff ,. l ff" fly? X . ilijggf Pat Fanning, Richard Fatheres, Mary Ferguson, Pat Fields ' X I --., I , ' .. . ,,.,, s :iii -.5 ' in ffl ' H Qi: ' V 41 1.1 ' Becky Fish, Gail Fisher, Jerene Fleck, Fred Fornoff ' 'fl l C 'f - SL 49, ,ff 'i ,i why: 1 Y-if is , - 1 l' 1 1, , ' , -ff'1"' ' ,jig Charles Francis, Tom Fulton, Dick Gaffney, Marvine Gallegos xi '.N, V zlz zuz z li-'If :"" ' ,, :i:j":Q:,'1 ,n' mu- I ., Ll' . W . .. 7' ,L 5,5 Qi 2- 5:-, Freshmen ' , gg. . 8 fi. 5 1 ., 1 H ' ef , H .. ,wi A we ep q ig, .JSI X ,e , H 3 E t A y 3 A F H' l M 525 lim A ' rf Arlene Garcia, Carmen Garcia, Euphemia Garcia, Betty Garrison W v m i Q Q 5 , U ...... Nancy Gentry, Virgie Gentry, Bill George, Esther Gibson -f -'-' : " I fi.. . rl-52, E ' .5 - If ' 'NV 5 j 'x ff, V "fi f wif J - r . . , x Judith Gilbert, Lynn Goldfarb, Joel Gorman, Barbara Gossett 58 , Q. In-1 ,-is Where are you from-A Sz M? 76 '92, Q , rf ! iee- E Wjrffre. - . Jrfif ' .L.:4L,,:., ,-ma. 'tfif Leonard Graves, Ann Gray, Dan Hampton, Bill Harding W , l X fa, X in 'ma I J A Q e 'I 1 Elf R J . ee, 'Q A x' Glenda Hanes, Janet Harrison, Amlu Jane Hashimoto, Mary Ann Hathoot 1:34 l ' " G 59 1 H . ' , H E - I .jg gr NVQ, , ' ,X te G r m-F' ,.... in' A 1 1 f ff .l - . V Y av' 1174" 44, Peter Hendrickson, Pat Henson, Bob Hernandez, Jim Henper :gf ix 9' .r , G. , mx Myron Herrick, Barbara Hester, Hershel Hill, Diane Holmes Ann Holt, Jimmy Honton, Barbara Howe, Pat Huenergarclt 'sea " .H Q 1 l X , l Leilani Hull, Bill Hunter, Jo Hupp, Donald Isbell 6 av K' Freshmen i A i 'fvb 73 K -I! - Q , V 1 1. , f 1 1 ' 4' " ohn Ivie Jeannette Jackson, Ann Johnson. Marilyn Johnson . ul, , , W I K ' if 'X - ii A f our N Q5 ot Julian, Pemry Kuuwlinxz, Pep!!-ty Kennann, Leah Kenotc I g.g,fa!3ig-5eef,rs'f:1'!9j 1 A ' 'Ei il Vid' HHN 6 A V fa e ' V o U 'Q' 1 6 1 J , Y' Q-5 fl' i' ' sf ' . ' ' . E, Q44 . 'lf' ', V I I . X 1 X ' f , 1 l ' A 'Y l - fi A ohn Kemncnnar, Walt Kincaid, Wilhclmina Kitsch, Nancy Knapp Carolyn Knutson, Louise Korn, l-'at Kross, Carol Kutnewsky , 1- - ' ,pp W., J' 'P L Y, Z 5 W 5':--353' 'V' k ' ::-I lx ,V H ::VV:i:5,.:s::Q,-, -5 ,, ,A ' F'-v :, ,z - L 1' ,Q , l Teresita Maestas, Sandy Malock, Mark Marchlnanks, Paul Mares 'swf ,Vi t l - 9 - M , if 'Q ' .... f:5 i' i fEg5?iiv..,, 'l,,., i 'E Kvlula 1 0 x -, Marion Marks, Margaret Markus, Steve Marlow, Joann Martin l 4 at Xe 1 X V Q 5 Us 1 f Q, W TS' ilff 5 1 P . ' 4 ' xr 1,3 E as I X . f l A . ..,, ,.,f., A f Sandra Martin, Rosetta Martinez, Velma Martinez, Mary Claire Mason . A v . .,., -:- - ,H ' ' T. Q ' H ' 5' ff? .mr ,, 'Eg,,. , no ug. jf, A ,Q if 'sign . if tl? " "1 f " ., . ,gg-T5 - A . ,A ,iffy Y 1 Pat Matthews, Janet Mayland, Wayne McAchran, Bill McCall En' I m wr m ,- 5' A .e:: R 3 I a I ,Q , ' . . Chas. McCulloch, Eric McCrossen, Margo McDonough, Mary Mclnteer ' s lNancy Kyle, Aileen Lcftow, Kay Leonard, Kay Lies:-ac f"" 'Q' - -P 4- ,, , 5 - 'f Yu . 3, Sf x ' . I ,9 'iv . ' l l my 4 . , I, N 5 'V Nancy McKay, Berwyn McKinney, Roberta McPeters, Caroline McSeverns ' sf 2 M ' 'Q' fit i ' Jack Little, Janie Louder, Sonja Lovalcl, Melton Lyon 77 N Mary Meek, Dean Melvin, Jayne Merchant, Bobbie Middleton , -. A I ni, . I ll 1 f l A J Joyce Miller, Kenneth Miller, Robert Miller, June Mills I iff s, 1 ' 1 5' v- fe - ,A 2 ,." j f., 'Exif H3 Ji. ,.. , f F' f Dianna Mitchell, Peg Mitchell, Renia Morris, Sandy Morris :L i -, V 3 ..: 2 . 1 ,. .,.,. f I ' - CA E - ' ' "" , .- .i., V 'M A a- we- , E Harry Moskos, Jerry Mueller, Norman Mugleston. Marilyn Mutz , gvtl, "1. fi e 9 Qi ,JA J ,-,,, - - Y .4 , if .. .., 'I ,u ':5:I,2a?'E? :E ,. - .- .i5.:.,:,LH,2,f.,,v:-,-.K Marilyn Neuber, Jim Nicholson, Jack Norris, Joetta Northcutt my -A W M , J F 7 I if-f ua- , .,.. . 2, J: ' ? S 1 ,B ,, ,.., ,. .V A," Fay Noyes, Suzanne Oglesby, Gail Olson, Vivian Oman 78 ' ,fa ' IQ, is .A - --at 3 , R ,mi Freshmen H T f' 1 iv -Lan.. i I . ,' 51 ., . . v el: yoga ev " , -C' ,fa X fij' . A 9 , ry . Ji i 'l lm, K gf", .,f -fjf :I+ .3 I 1 -1" If -inf' . S, , , ' Q ZW if ii? Beverly Orr, John Orr, Bill Otto, Lillian Pacheco Pat Palmer, Lynn Parker, Martin Paskind, Joe Patterson Y x 1 " , .1 '. f ' hr- vizll, I . xr.f.- 1:-X ' . .Qi N 'L ' jg Margaret Peke, Gail Perry, David Peterson, Sue Pfeiffer Msg? 1 V Emily Pineda, Jay Pinkerton, Barbara Pino, Sara Pitts ii ,. x .1 Y 5- 'I 't " '- .1 ,Q i cu. L.. ff- 51 ,1 . . N 1553, ' - V - - I - 1 " " ep- .' M , -,gill ' ,- -ee' '1' - W , 5 4: f e My - -L 4. . X' ,, J l. .-F , e ,.,x .1 ,, ,, ' , '.. ., '-- 1... 1. , x Barbara Popp, Jetty Jo Potter, Tony Predock, Carol Priesnetz Lf' U , Y I l , l xi! 'Q rf ' f l N.. Q., 'f li , ' if 1 We A f . , Tila Provencio, Bobby Quintana, Mary Lee Quirk, Joanne Race fl" X Freshmen I, fb gi . . . n. - l -y lil jx r 1' . .l ' . , W N. Q ,- J' . - .v. I V .. , 1' U ,-, . ,L ,. 1 S., L" ', ' . v ' - F' " l . V A I I f .-ivglilifz ,, w. l- 'f lc Rakcr Jr., Meg Rundnll, Carolyn Raymond, Paul Raymond ,I ,lm-118. .A J 5- , -V H L J sc:- A ' '- . v " T' 'V 'A N V ve Ni 'J W 3 , I' . " if' ,- - , i I. Y l H xl xl 1 L - , 1 n rburn Reed, Jun Reeves, Betty Reid, Russell Reinecke gt rna Richardson Muurn Rico, Sue Robinson, Benin-to Rodriquez J Q, V I' if 1 fur- I 'JT 'DN f S ' 5 ,-.,,x 4 , 1' -QV, , ' -- ' ' J' 2' ' 'T . , A K' th J 'h immie Romero, Mary Jenn Rose, Charles Ross, Sharon Roth fi - J Q- if J l 'L ' ' 2 ' 5' l '- . , D . f x, I " ' T- av! ' ' 'I 'K 4 ' ' A r ,V ' R-:J ,E J K w 1 -- 0 Q 1 . ,ji ames Rucker, Kajenn Rumfclt, Dolores Salazar. Lucia Salcido 1 , Y . I' A .v lv ?, X v-3 X ' "2 ii, ,4 t , is-'ny 1 i., in u, A' , . - J HP , lf 3 . udrey Sallee, Michael Saul, James Schornick, Joan Schwartz LEGS 2 ,Q mas, S "Now, gentlemen, we must consider this matter most thoroughly." -. S tt It ' Fail 0 Q N x- A ulu, , EIEV 1 I Frank Sears Jr., Frank Shanley, Thomas Sheets, Park Sims 53.1 F Y K ,X is J 'E 3. " ' "Emilia-E may 1 Beth Shuldt, John Shute, Adelaida Sisneros, Robert Skeen 'i F -gf' "1':- lz' A E v J Betty Slayter. Barbara Smith, Freddie Smith, Lois Smith Paul Smith, Sally Smith, Suzanne Smith, Margaret Smyth : kk P' 1 ...J M ,Mums 4 if .,-, i .J Y .. ' v fi E , '--1' 'L' , -- ,i ,. , 6 i J fp A' J' H I. Wilma Snare, Gini Snetzer, Tom Soare, Gay Sparkman -er I v, , Fv ., e eoye M Freshmen 4 'L 1 . V Anna Viviani, Roy Wulell Marilyn Wex.cner Don Weintraub Y il" X' be Janice Stacller, Bob Standridge, Joanne Stevens, Mary Louise Stogden ' ,.... , . ,e .. 1 - . Q In :V ,... , V ., ,. ' ii- L w e ' L' H ' Q hd ' fa L Ted Stranczek, Sostenes Suazo, Sue Sutherland Phil Taulbee X V 'V Q 'D i 1, ' 1 LE , 54 H fl N I If Becky Taylor, Lurae Tecklenberg, Sharon Terry, Marilyn Thomas i ' ' Q i ,f Delores Windsor Sim Wood Judith Woolly . ,ima .. ,,,, ,.,. ,. , ' ".1!f,QhN Mike Welch Larry Wheeler semlre whneemb Nancy wnkmeen Barbara Williams Dave Williams Janet Williams Larry Williams if in eu ' x l 3 , , Vt X f Y X 4 if f 1' s. l l ' W f 5 X v 84 1 5 X lc- A. .Z l if , , , he 1, '. .4 5 ' if 5 ,1 si , in for 1 iv ' "' 'f ' 4- hd w 6 '9 R J! X Q 5 ewlii X 3 we I A l' ll l k i 4 w 5 F L ki 1, W 4 df! 2- In 2 ,P K it Zi' i x 'x l I FQ 1 ,P l e f e Q ii l H 'mi A K4 PHE ax 5 B f ' l A '1 A ' I LL tl 1 'd i Priscilla Tone, Carol Townsend, Louise Turner, Mary Van Atta 1. ' ff Frances NV001-tEl', Johnny Wright. Marcia Wrilrht 4' mf - -4 '12 ' x asf f an amine Bob Varela, Philip Vargas, Frank Vaughn, Richard Veale Beverly Wynn, Jean Yoder, Aire Young 80 Graduate Stud2I1f5 Richard Powers , Y fee" my sn 5 at ' Pr T' i M x. 'SJW ".. H 'w wha 1 W y 3 a A N I T f' X E F: V :Lie ' ' ' ' ' 1 ,., 4 x .- .,. f rbnn Baca V, r - it Miguel Marrero ," U 1 ' -- . N . . A ' A :L I, 5 0 I , ,.,.,.:,- Rm' Currnll ' Eleanor Matthews .5-qu-1 ' Q .ff -' .--fi-bf James Cockrell Kay Mosher Hubert Farris lil 'Lei' W ' - I ASSY' l'U" "ll ' N ' 1 ' " vi ,iii - eq . ,Li " ,1 any ' ' 'Lb 1' 4 , - .,- ' Q 3 11? I -:, ne Fields , N 51, " D. E. Rady " " L Rohert Gates ' Q5-:ees 3. Robert Shotola , vi Jim Heath , A Ruben Vigil Jr. Norman Loftus Ryoko Yafuso .1 Felix Iirioncs College of Law - Y ' Y if-T-,' l" " l I -4 G 11 V "' , - ,: - - h Lf - 'f . ' :ef -'sim -.QQ :.:.. . K. O. Schlenker ' - 41 . .gt-qgggii:-' Q.: L- 0' Cumvbell - Dave Sutherland ' Jim Milling Glenn Turner Unclassified Students K 125 , :': - .. J l:': " ---: Don McBride . :-: -:- A - 'rneko Sakami l- . Monica Silfverskiold ,4-A A 07 , , -. ' J, 1' i .,"9,Qg H -:ls 4 Q ,R p V ' 'Q P' 1 I 'Wf- 'M A hu. , 1 , A J' I A XX Xxx 'N-. .Ann T ---v-.. ' 4 ' agp... 1.5 ', ' ' . ' 'kr X - . b gqfjih--.,' AK..-Y 4. JEK if ze ff--Q" ff". M 'Y -vw' f In X x X. X in 5 . x N. X xx ' x X .... - -v-rw '- K . A , N -- M ,,,,,t, ...-..-..... iw- I U ""' "" . ' ' ' A ' Y -V .. Qs. , M-r4':w.:,.'r: v. -f-"is" 4-'31 ' if ' 'fif"35v 'Y - ' 'N ' ' " Pl 1 5 H X ' l ' ' ' . l y , 1,1 E? . I - ' X .x . J - s dvr: lg .I SA ,gil T. v.,..s .35 Ln v 5 vv., Features Program Series Merrell Gage modeled a portrait bust of Lincoln as he told us of the events that shaped Lincoln's character and etched the lines in his face. John Mason Brown, renowned author, critic and dean of the lecture circuits made a re- turn engagement to the campus. 84 1 r c ,pg N lx aw 66 Jean Leon Destme bi ought us the cl inces 'md foll songs of Between sports events, queen contests, meetings dances, and other collegiate activities, dents have a chance to get their culture from Program Series which include famous dancers, n cians, lecturers, and other artists. The programs varied and are both educational and entertaining. These culture events are supported by the stu activity fee and admission is free of other charge holders of activity tickets. Members of the Culi Committee schedule them and help with the arra ments necessary for the presentation. Ten progi were presented this year. avg When the First Piano Quartet was here, George Robert, one of UNM's music and former member of the quartet, played some numbers with them. Others who made appearances on the Program Series this year included the Wind Quintet, Richard Dyer-Bennet, the Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble, Pierce Davis, and Aldous Huxley. Spirit Day xr? - .iz.L-.V Pledges D1-Ove that they can chug ,-- l Begun three years ago by the Kappa Sigma fraternity as a fund raising project for the Community Chest, Spirit Day features contests of beauty and skill. Pledges of nine campus Women's organizations compete in the event, held in memory of Ellis Hall, philanthropist and former Kappa Sigma. ,.-Y They acneu tn., is Kajean Rumfelt, 'lMiss Venus"g Holly Merki, "Miss Spirit Folsom and J troph f udy Koskovich recejv Day"g Joan Schwartz, "Prettiest Legs and Ankles." Y I' , , om Bob Bogan, Chairman 0? Slfsrffgllibsiywinning 85 um E gg :ami ff a ms ms mmm aww ELE 5 Y SE sw na ws Q ATTENDANT PATTY STEWART Dorm D Homecoming ATTENDANT BARBARA MITCHELL Chi Omega 87 Homecoming Houses 94, QBO I J X' '-Q -a --el "' me First place, men's division: Sigma Chi-"A Grandstand Welcome." Second, men's division: Kappa Alpha Laundry." XEL W' A 'ss as Q , 5 ,ie Second, Women's division: Kappa Alpha Theta-"Aloha, First, Women's division: Pi Beta Phi-"It's a Cinch We Welcome You, Alums." 'AA ? YD W, NUSF d 'n iif ,.,e' 4 M W 3 f YouR HELCDM S .AL 5 Third, men's division: Pi Kappa Alpha-"It's a Sure Deal, Y Third, women's division: Kappa Kappa Gamma-"You NOSE You're Welcome, A1ums." 88 Bet You'1-e Welcome." WOMEN'S DIVISION 'Salaam L... -1.....,. . -... First: Alpha Chi Omega, "Sleigh 'em, Lobos." 'vi 1 . y 1 1. . x- - N as Second: Delta Delta Delta, "Shine Lobo Stars." P magP?Qg,f1lmp 'Fw' -. Third: Hokona Hall, "Whar's the B'ar?" Sweepstakes winner: Pi Beta Phi, "Snare the Bear." Homecoming Parade Floats MEN'S DIVISION First: Sigma Chi, "It's in the Bag." A ig 'z s ff' of ' f 'f N ,. ia it Y e s s ,I , V J Y s in -aft... 13' 5 5: ,... . .4, ?h' laws- -K ,. h , 4. A , - , 1 , ., 1, :lp Q. I K -5. mix , 1. ', ' - ,:,:f v X f . 9 ,, A :A I 2- .',"?ff, Q i-275' Jl dfa ,Q , I L. ' lj 4 i A I 1 x ,gg Q 5 4 i .A I Q ' is 1 51 it ' Q 5' C N 1 ' 2 P kc 3 f ,M Jf wgt mass ii 'fee a A if f lx I 1 ..-gif-eg-milxhf' I A ff' is it ,, . - 5 I ' yi? ! xi Mm f J i ww , Y Second: Industrial Arts, "Smash 'em, Lobos." 21533953 is ":-' t. Third: Pi Kappa Alpha, "Dial UNM for Murder." 89 AWS PIB!! 7 gamma 'rss' it Jack Riddle collected the door prize, but Carol Ann Rainey was feathered. Snngfest Directors of the Winning groups: Cornelia Magee CKappa Kappa Gammaj, second place--women's divisiong Jim Harper fPhi Thetaj, second place-men's divisiong Barbara Duenkel CMarron Hallj, first place-women's divisiong Mart Servis QSigma Chij place-men's division. . X ,-':r:?.Q X affair .WNK-si Sig. 'Q .aj -Q -. im A 4 ill -Q, , 1 p si Q .Q .V - . I il it Some happy Sig made off with their trophy leaving Mart none to hold for a picture. 90 i 2 is sa is Tay Dance and Hanging ofthe Greens No, the big Boy Scouts don't keep the animals and trucksg they play Santa Claus to underprivileged chil- dren in Albuquerque. Mortar Board was good to us. They served free coffee and doughnuts to the largest crowd in history to attend the successful Hanging of the Greens. The Christmas season, filled with good will activities and jolly yuletide fun, was announced by the Alpha Phi Omega toy table in the SUB foyer where students could purchase toys for admission to the dance. Problem in hanging the 7-foot wreath over the SUB fireplace was: Hanging the Greens or Jim? l A Phi O boys got the SUB ready for Santa's visit to us, but he didn't ' show. Dr. Smith circulated among the tables at Hanging of the Greens but didn't hand out. Weren't we good enough? A C 91 Mllltar Ball wk H252 H H E E swim Bm as mms msgs H qmgg www my mm 'W me ss nm ma SHIRLEY WALL ROTC Queen f H x f ,gm ' x ixigmk '32 14 Z fbffw E5 ss M was 'xi N H 38 ss ss 9938 ss mwzms E H E K 5 efxe zum HT? Q M ,vm ff awww: sm 1-5 2 Lzww , 2 B U R is P HE . iff' Q QR ajqgmgw as fum, QQ B BE IN? XX S! ss -4 E was H ettermen's ance "Letterman of the year" in all divi- ions of major college sports were amed at the dance. Larry White and Wendell Nel- on, who lettered in football and olf respectively, were chosen or the second year. Other athletes picked were: arter Mathies, baseballg Joe erguson Jr., tennisg Russ ystedt, basketball 3 Paul apia, Wrestlingg Oliver ee, trackg and Mickey raig, swimming. RICKY LA . -Q., , E! MB C1-Home ' ga, Varsity G' Lettermen's Club P1-egfiggg LARRY WHITE, GINI SNETZER, Pi Beta Phi, attendantg RICKY LAMBQ MAR- LYN THOMAS, Kappa Alpha Theta, attendant. V All ATTENDANT BARBARA WESS Alpha Chi Omega Mirage Popularity Bull ATTENDANT ANITA MORRIS Kappa Alpha Theta JACK OF HEARTS Bob Burns Kappa Sig King uf Hearts Mart Servis Sigma Chi 1 ' 1 "' 5 , 1 ",.'l,y-ln . 1 -Y -A Engineers Day ,nv . 5 An engineer having his day. - iv Mia sf her day- . ' .t re any ot hi ' an an engineer W1Sh1ng 1 we Something other th W 1 X.! E IU , ? n engineer having her day-under a f amous snap brim. Green or purple day? 97 W A 3 I ! 'TJ Q. U1 IH' 'EL N O fb S. : : FD '1 .... :1 FV' :r CD 2 O 5 CD :s m. cn. ... 4 .... 2. O C3 E an TD 71 an -r: 'cs sw Fi m 'U fu sn sw N x -u1a.,,, Q .. T , X J-11111 -el-. ' I To ,H NA v Kb . . Eg, l Stunt Night Q. P ? sig fy a s 1 iw: KA ...K G mma doing "Safari into Society." I ,X J A A J , . - N-. The A1 . pha Chl Omega th1'ee'C10Wn circus to k 0 second, Cosmo Club Party Ah, you think you'1'e in Hawaii-grass skirt, Leilani, and all-in but then-Caramba! It's the samba "Hawaiian Moonlight." Shipwrerk Ball And where are they? On an island to themselves. They bunny-hopped there. 100 ZOE ANN BALLOU Kappa Kappa Gamma CON N I E G z2,2fa'mzg:wm Paper Doll AY Atten GR , , JANET fgplfla Delta P1 dant .Bass ' ill John Barnes talked up the price, and Jim never dreamed who had the desire to throw a pie at him-that is, enough to pay the price. He learned. When he thought he left his wife, Lollie, holding his jacket and not his wallet! 102 W U 5 Pie Throwing The World University Service D was conducted this year in March. On c puses throughout the nation, funds are lected annually for WUS, a means of aiu destitute students and professors at eign universities by the sending of f clothing, books, and essential classr materials. UNM students and professors con1 uted several hundreds of dollars this 3 through participation in a faculty auci a dance, a beautiful eyes contest, indivii contributions, and the pie throwing con' Practically every campus wheel got a st pie in his or her face. Besides the stui body president and vice-president, LO editor Bob Lawrence, drive chairman S ley Irving, class ofiicers, and represe tives of each sorority and fraternity sei as targets. gig igiigig g nsf' ' iii lei-Q5f57f 'Ii' ii! F'-"If A . I-511 l. A ' ',, ' 'L ' . . ,.: .:. I V, g , V. V. N . V 'A V ' -has 1 . . ' -if ' ' -tf,9-- .-.: ,-ff Q, F "."'- ,, 3.1! V Vvqlylx V nf- I. .5 :.: h , f , .V M E re , J- -, '31 1 1, N ' E V li, .-' 4:5-sap A I V V. . .V VL -4.1 222 QQ .2 .,., 1 H Q - . L " Z V. :EEE-:Eid ' ...V '. . V . 1 -f :V .. .V ' ' W"- ' if . - .:. :.. N 'LQ' ' X A 'E L- . No . "Now, now, it was all for a good cause." f' MONICA SILFVERSKIOLD Pi Beta Phi Beauty Cuvalrude The Beauty Cavalcade was held for the first time last spring, too late to appear in the 1954 MIRAGE. The event was sponsored by the local Kappa Sigma chapter in an effort to aid the New Mexico Society of Crippled Children. It was sparked and directed by Professor John Poore, Kappa Sigma alum, and member of the Board of the Society. Twenty-four candidates, from the dormi- tories and sororities were entered in the Cav- alcade which was held in the SUB. Dresses Worn by the contestants were furnished by eight local merchants. A board of judges chose twelve girls whose pictures were sent to Hollywood for the final judging. John Wayne selected the three top girls pictured here. Proceeds from ticket sales went to the So- ciety for Crippled Children. Pi Beta Phi re- ceived a trophy for selling the largest number of tickets. Future plans for the Cavalcade pro- vide that it will be held every two years during the last week of Easter Seal sales. fil- gilta Delta Delta GLoR1A C l -' A1 AsT1LLo Pha Delta pf 103 Fraternity Sweethearts elt -v-Afn.-1 buulvls Phl D a Theta CAROL TOWNSE - N Sigma .vr'y 4 , e , . V .. E :II . ' gg , E . . 5- ' , F . 'r , YZ: DRA ALLEN SAI12aDP2'- Alpha MAKb 1 n 4. 4- Q Pi Kappa mph 3 X '- X, . '- 1 D X . :L MARIETTAH Delta SignIi1UPIi?ER GEYNELL CLARK Sigma Chi OBERTA ML: U' R Tau Kappa Epsilon J, J' GJ- fff W QUEEN AND ,1tX.. . .., f J" . 4 If ,f s-J""sx,, X -NM xi JXJAKA Ss., R ,-., ATTENDANTS Attendant BARBARA FEE, Alpha Delta Pig Attendant MURIEL PRIDE, Delta Delta Deltag Queen JAN SUMMERS, Alpha Chi Omega. Yes, television cameras were there. Your mother will tell you how you looked-and acted. 'iff' -1'iZ.-32:25-IQ 3' 7 l Q . 1512 I- -ev ". 5 tiffS'F"zTrf efff.-M34 , ,3if.f',i-zfwfti' i Q 5 g ., :s .,,: A V gig 357112 f UNM Rodeo rules: You yell Viva la, kick one spur high in the air, and hit the dust. 106 Fiesl - A "- ' :- ligase - 4. faq- ,- 523 , 439 - " 4 ,Va if f ii If ' N I I a ,r xl f 5. .J ll! W E Fiesta co-chairmen Mart Servis and Jack Mulcahy before l, 8 A , A l Q VIARGARET ANGE Llbuquerque 'hi Kappa Phi lortar Board purs iTreas.b IIRAGE '51-'53 QClass Editor! 'hi Sigma Iota iSec.J 'unhellenic Council '53-'55 Zappa Knppn Gamma QRush Chm. 'Ml JU" I i :U Fi' l was , ,. 'rx U, 1 . it , , f I V:-ii! 1.1.-,, .fx -1 id- Ag' -n i . -:, ' wwf.-.L J ' 3:5 I V. X ', i 'Vi p 'Q 'fain if ,TV I, , if L Wi "Cv . , HQ l f " ,. l walvipzg, H11-,A , 'T' 'A 1 L .Q 51 ',gll'.J..meMf-,,:Axf,-sa., ,W 4 . ' K 'C L l.' , flu,-"1.v",l" H .' ',l. . I n,'g,wnqLi.'fElfl'jg-ljQNqi:f,.'f1!,ffgigajy J. -1, 'JJ ll: Vg .:,wY:n4LQ: Jizlylji, li P wmv- , Q l IVA ms. ij .I -Nl V X ' L 'A w," ' ng 1"-nf"-w 1.4T.i'-X"-' 4.1 1411 ltr' l""'LA' J xi fl . .5,-I..-4: ' ' ' ,-NL ,, M DELE BROWN lbuquerque ortar Board CT:-ezis.J lJ'L'lI'5 igma Alpha Iota lTrcas. '54-'55l tudent Senate '54-'55 anhellenic Council lSocial Chm. '53-'BU i Beta Phi 1V-P '52-'53J 07 .4 GARY BEALS Albuquerque Khatali Alpha Kappa Psi QSec.3 NROTC Wardroom Society iPres. '53l Newman Club Student Senate '52-'53 Homecoming Committee '52 8: '54 Fiesta Committee '53 Inter-Fraternity Council Sigma Chi KV-P, Sec., Pledge trainerl osm- JIM BRUENING Ashtabula, Ohio Khatali Student Body President '54-'55 Football-3 years 1Captain '53J Lettermz1n's Club Student Union Board '54-'55 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Who 's Who FELIX BRIONES Carlsbad, N. M. Khatali, Vigilantes Student Body Vice-President K: Senate President '54-'55 Sophomore Class Pres. Freshman Class Pres. Student Court i53-'54 Tau Kappa Alpha Debate Team Student Bar Association AFROTC Newman Club Phi Delta Theta HERB BRUNELL Alamogordo, N. M. Vigilantes fTreas.J AICE 1Pres. '54-'55l Band, Concert Xa Marching-4 years lVice-Pres. '52J Symphonic Wind Ensemble '53-'55 Student Senate '53-'54 Hiking Club iTreas. '52-'53, AFROTC USCF - Inter-Fraternity Council IV-P 8: Social Chm. '54J Phi Delta Theta QPres. '55J Wha's Who ELAINE BUSH Albuquerque Mortar Board Student Council '54-'55 Cultural Committee '53-'54 Student Senate '52-'54 Junior Class Sec.-Treas. Sophomore Class Sec.-Treas. Tri-Delt Scholarship '54-'55 Waterloos ISec. '51-'53J AFROTC Color Guard '52 Panhellenic Council '52-'53 Kappa Kappa Gamma QV-P, Sec., Rush Chm.l BARBARA CUNNINGHAM Albuquerque Mortar Board Spurs fSec.l Student Council '54-'55 AWS CPres. '54-'55J Student Union Board '54-'55 Ives Memorial Scholarship Women's Recreational Council Newman Club Pi Beta Phi 1Vice-Pres., Pledg Scholarship Chm.J e Supervisor, :iiaswafua " -x swag? is-au ,wis- . --anna Mao- s . w ana , W A "Saws is ni - aan P H ..: W is SS ' 'ev :fa .., Jf' ig? -4 tent, W .1 it W -.U , .. I 'Si RONNIE CALKINS Clovis, N. M. Khatali Student Council '53-,55 fTreas. '54-'55l Sophomore Class Vice-Pres. Freshman Class Vice-Pres. Student Senate '51-'54 Letterman's Club, Swimming Phi Delta Kappa Athletic Advisory Committee fChm.l Homecominv: 8: Fiesta Committees AFROTC Phi Kappa Tau - E41 f' ..., . V ' ' . kg : .:. -QE 'P- sa if Q U m -If - ,qi 5: .,.. ...ts ff U - -' 'isa g li ,l iw. L awww B :if 5-5 0- X 1. H ef V J HK B 1 BETTY FOLSOM Wickliife, Kentucky Phi Karma Phi Mortar Board Publications Board Phi Gamma Nu Student Senate Rallycom lSec. '53l USCF, Cabinet member Kappa Kappa Gamma lTreas. '53-'54, Pres. '54-'55l Alpha Lambda Delta and Cwens at the University of Kentucky lm.-- X . ,. E ,msg QW EDNA CHRISTENSEN Albuquerque Mortar Board QP1-es.J Spurs Pi Lambda Theta Student Senate '52-'53 Rallycom '52-'54 USCF fSec., Cabinet Member! WUS '54-'55 Town Club fSec. '52-'53, Pres. '53-'-547 1 TED HOWDEN Roswell, N. M. Khatuli Student Council '54-'55 Campus Improvement Committee Student Senate lPre-siclent Pro-Tem '53-'54 Parliamentarian '54-'55l Inter-Fraternity Council fSec., Pres. '54l Pi Kappa Alpha lPres. '54, Vice-Pres., Best Pledge Award! ILL KELE HER lbuquerque udent Council '54-'55 i Sigma Alpha CSec.-Trens. '54-'55l tudent Senate '53-'54 amnus Party Chm. 'B ewman Club IFROTC fSec. Military Affairs Councilb igma Chi Q 8? ARTER MATHIES ister, Okla. 'igilantes tudent Council '54-'55 tudent Senate hi Epsilon unior Class Pres. etterman's Club Baseball, Frosh liusketball Qappu Sizma CVicc-Pres., Scholarship 8: Leadership Awurdl .09 2-'53 7 WYE' l is l :A e-H 1 M, ' DOROTHY LEWIS Albuquerque Spurs Senior Class Sec.-Treas. Head Majorette '51-'55 Phi Sigma Student Senate '53-'54 Popularity Queen '53 Homecoming Queen '54 Waterloos P. E. Majors Club Panhellenic Council '54 Delta Delta Delta l e Q l I pn- DAVE MILLER Albuquerque Publications Board fStuflent Chm. '54-'55J Sigma Delta Chi fPres.J Kappa Alpha Mu Lobo '52-'55 Editor '53-'54 '54 Publications Board Lobo Award S. W. Pappert Journalism Scholarship '53-'54 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Whu's Who in M it VICKY MASON Albuquerque Mortar Board fSec.J Spurs Student Senate '53-'54 IChm. Steering Committee! Activities Committee Chm. '55 Phi Sigma Iota Phi Alpha Theta KV-Pl Rallycom '51-'54 AWS Council '53-'54 USCF, WUS Committee Alpha Chi Omega fscholarship Chm., Corresponding Secretary 3 .2 ...,.. fi fiat? NORENE MILLER Albuquerque Mortar Board, Spurs Student Senate '52 AWS Council '53-'55 Pi Lambda Theta Kappa Omicron Phi CV-P-'53-'54, Treas. '54-'55J Homecoming Committee '54 Fiesta Committee '54 AAUW Scholarship '54-'55 Deseret Club lSec.l Home Economics Club Phrateres fPres. '53-'54, Social Chm. '54-'55J it E . f Wha's Who ' S +I "' ': 5 - ., ,gi ,,... f BARBIE MITCHELL Raton, N. M. Student Senate Junior Class Vice-Pres. Outstanding Junior Woman '54 Fiesta Queen '53 Homecoming Queen Attendant '54 Sweetheart of Sigma Chi '53 Betty Hall Memorial Rallycom ISec. '52J USCF Mortar Board Advisor Chi Omega CPres., Social Chm.J so me AW? 0""i HERB NATIONS Farmington, N. M. Khatali CPres.l Vigilantes CTreas.J Cultural Committee '52-'55 Student Senate '51-'54 Kappa Mu Epsilon USCF fPres. '53-'50 AFROTC Sigma Alpha Epsilon ., Je. is I I ' JOHN MORRISON Sheboygan, Wisconsin Phi Kappa Phi Khatali, Vigilantes Rhodes Scholar '55 Student Court '53-'55 Tau KaDDa Allhha iPres.l Debate Team Student Senate '51-'53 NROTC fBttn. Commander Inter-Fraternity Council '52-'53, '54-'55 Sigma Chi lPres. '55J '54-'55J u ,fa MARLIN POUND Albuquerque Khatali, Vigilantes Senior Class President Student Senate Letterman's Club Football-4 years Baseball-3 years Commerce Council NROTC Wardroom Society NROTC Company Commander '54-'55 Sigma Alpha Epsilon flares. '54-'55J ,, fu. e-1 O 97' 't,e"l It sv P-I "' lffn' - Y it A .A vm x JACK MULCAHY Albuquerque Homecoming' Committee '52 Lettermnn's Club Basketball-3 'years NROTC Wardroom Society fldres. '54-'55l NROTC Drill Team Newman Club Rallycom Western Dance Band Sigma Chi Chomlec-rs STEVE REVEAL Springfield, Illinois MIRAGE Business Manager 54 ' USCF fPTES. '54-'55j NROTC Wardroom Society lVice-Pres. '53-'54, Sec.-Treas. '54-'55l NROTC Battalion Adjutant Publications Board iEx-Officio '54-'55l Sigma Alpha Epsilon in nt f 3 Who 's Who i L Z if SARA SPOON Albuquerque Spurs MIRAGE Associate Editor '52-'53 Student Senate '52-'53 Pi Lambda Theta Kappa Omicron Phi Rallycom ICorresponding Sec. '52J Panhellcnic Council '53-'55 C'I'rens. '54l Pi Beta Phi fPres. '53-'54J LARRY WHITE Hobbs, N. M. Student Council '54-'55 Phi Sigma Letterman's Club fPres. '50 Football-4 years Team Captain '54 All Conference Center '51-'54 INS All'American Second Team '54 Band AFROTC ANN LEE STRANATHAN Albuquerque Spurs Student Court '54-'55 Student Senate '53-'54 Pi Sigma Alpha flares. '54- SUB Committee '53-'54 Fiesta Queen Attendant '54 Waterloos iVice-Pres., Presidentl Panhellenic Council '52-'54 Delta Delta Delta lPres. '54-'55, Rush Chm. 52 543 BRUCE WILSON Albuquerque Student Council '54-'55 Kh atali Sigma Tau American Institute of Chemical Fnglneers fVice-Pres. '50 Letterman's Club Basketball-4 years NROTC Wardroom Society .ju W .QV 1 dm... f 'F' 541-X! luv!! Q-mn.. af' g K Q Q 1 15 D 1. ,- X 1 big iw , Ellyn, 'L ,xii g fb -. f '- we mu Bi ai-'Q N 4 a lf., -an Activities Rndey Theater Both students and instructors in the University drama department have re- ceived Widespread recognition for the Work which they have been doing. They present four major plays each year plus a children's play and several one-acts. Rodey Theater, Where the design on the curtain makes it always appear to be rising, becomes the day and night of many stu- dents. Not all who lind their way to that interesting part of the campus, Where there are shadowed paths, the Workshop, the fish pond, and stray engineers, go there because they have classes there. There is a fascina- tion there that holds the carpenter, the actor, the sight seer, the prowler, the lover, the artist, and the jester. MISALLIANCE Z. Gloria Castillo, now under contract for motion pictures in may be recognized in this scene from a play given last year 5 i Jane Blair Bunting, center, had quite an audience for her greeting. l Q THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING you were nearly cut out of this picture to keep people from thinking you had just laid the funny papers up there above your head. lady doesn't seem to be in any hurry to get to the fire. i B9 ,Hs ' sv J .. . .. - ' 'I' ' 'nf-1522: R ,. .::.. Q rl W 4 5 W: -R -,nv , .. , :sw N'-is L .,"1' v The back stage work piles up long before each performance. It looks as if Rosetta is in for a good share of it. ' 115 'IV P-4 1 a - .. -:- sz K . w' a vi! 1 ww X' Q, .4 -M AFW kia' Q 'W ,',,,2f.u." -K .mm F' Wir Q sw Q X X W!! E K 1 A x fx H , if Xu A 1 'W sm , gm n 9 M vi.. gi Mg ni 'ff Q' , x YMZQX. 'Wmwms xl ,hjjslliggu 'gifs avi . ' QfM.??gg?SQQ? W W N H Sf?-S5395 V. B 'W ff ,WWE 3, 53 if ""'m.L H in u , 'M ' Nsiff EEH'fQpaH.X 1 as 1 3, V , Q . we . 5 img , 4-ff ,. A '4 , : ' Q, is - i 2 3 W 1 ' ,::.. , , V ,. 53 :.: E-'I' W 1 25 ni , , 5 nl mf, S. un lights the setting for the happy builders. play means more sets, more drilling, pounding, ng, and so forth in the barracks workshop by the fish pond. QA. 215: An annual event at Rodey is a play given for children. This year student actors were perfect bears about it, i The annual one-act student directed plays were presented this year in the new little theater designed and built by Jimmy Miller in the basement of the old B Sz G building. 117 2 , gl ,KW ., iw Concert Band Symphonir Wind Ensemble The Department of Bands includes the Marching Band vs played for five home football games and one at Wyoming, the Col Band which gave three campus concerts and five on tour, the Symi phonic Wind Ensemble which gave two campus concerts and one in Santa Fe, and the ROTC Band which played for all military reviewp and the change of command at Sandia Base. 118 with the University Marching Band are Dorothy Lewis, majoretteg Barbara Smithg Lurae Tecklenburgg Thalia Armstrong. Many people have the idea that the band is hrough working when they have marched for the last ootball game of the season, when in reality the hard- st Work is yet to come. The Marching Band is only ne of four bands and the other three have most of heir performances ahead of them. Roster of personnel for this year's concert band ncludes some 70 players. The Wind Ensemble in- ludes 36 of the top instrumentalists. Finding particular favor among the students this ear was a combined band and chorus group presenta- ion of a "Pops" Concert. 2 rr 1. f- 'few I xif I 73d " f i sr,i,. ll I ,I .ll I ' John Large, Drum Major for his last season this year, and Bands Director William E. Rhoads. Marching Band 119 Chorus At this point in the growth of the Univer- sity it may be said that the chorus and orches- tra never perform for anything but a full house. Indeed, all the people who Want to hear the performances can not find standing room in any place available for such an event. Membership in the chorus is open to any- one interested in singingg many members do not read music. The chorus practices three times a week and may be taken as a non-aca- demic credit course or an activity. The im- portant thing is that the chorus has faithful members who attend practice hours. One major choral work is presented each semester. 4-P- "4". 'ni fi. ....' ff? X Kurt Frederick, center, director of University choral and the soloists for the Christmas program: Dr. Arthur Barrett. Darlene Evers, and Jane Snow 3325 msg 'X XSS sms E K2 - "' -'ff " . 5222.1 ' 'ss 91 E is E N A gig-I 5. s Q it W in Q Y Q .Swami -if S bxiruzm Mnyili 'sag - 5 is x ii ii - -X E' .: E, W . ,, ,. . .:. m W x Sins E it H 'E-:-I 4 K ISK Q, s f' H 120 igiiigiiigg yi 11 Ssswgi Urrhestra I ',:IfQ"- rffiaiisi f-Lf' , Jrqmfv l, 'VH 'Qifia i P5lH'k wk? 1-I ,,-..k y- rv-. - f. mm Madrigal Singers ' Q ' Lobo Editor Bob Lawrence and one of his two pipes which take a lot of pressure. Copy, cigareete, and Chatten here. The second Bob on t staff bent over like a hard working Managing Editor. Here are makings of a newspaper: copy, pen stub, paste pot, pipes and cigarettes, typewrite Watches, telephone, and the people who break t news thousands of others make. .12 Q Serious staff meeting. Lest neighbors may think the object held so respectfully here is a meteorite conveniently dropped in Dr. La Paz's territory or a rock record of some historic significance found by some anthro student, we hasten to note that it has been on the campus many years and left for the first time only when some journalism students decided to test the strength of the cement encasing it in the engineers' green shrine. 122 -K editors. Night editors Walt Trimble and Danny Zeff, who doubled as Sports Editor. , Zeff, Irving, Siner, and Trimble filled posi- tions, vacated during the year by Jim Lamb, Joan Downey, Ron Curtis, and George Vlahos. Siner listening. Politician, socialite, professor, or inquirer on the other end of this hook up with night editor Ken? Likely some committee head. The ad man. Business Manager Doug Grant getting the ad that might mean a couple of extra pages and an extra Bibler. "X "campulse" eric mccrossen and Shirley Irving who writes "Swerving with Irving" seem to have fun with their columns. 123 Mirage Joyce Simmons, Editor, getting a different view of the camera after she'd seen the photographer's back all year. -4win 4L.,..,,, . Esther Gibson worked in a corner on the index task. Poor kid. She had to decide which was the last name for Thomas Thomas. Don't believe us? Look in the index. It's there. 124 :Fi .aq- .vv - T24-if :gage- Business Manager Steve ReVeal looking across the street from J. Building wondering if those people over there will take an Besides the photographers and the editor who tried to catch them, Dave Faw, sports, and Shirley Irving, organizations, probably did more running than any others on the staff. They finally had time to plop for a picture of themselves. i 1' L7-' 17' -11 9' ' '11, b . - y org:-,x A v Affiff t - l ' If you like the arrangement of the class sections this year Carolyn Nielsen, assistant editor, will be glad, for she drew some 1400 squares three times for the finished layout. And Bev Williamson, art editor, dreamed and sketched MIRAGE covers day and night until she came up with the design we're proud of. isa' u 1 . , 1Df,1,I1 1lfIIJ 1,111 IUTY may be a long time before Nancy Gentry again says she make twenty posters. It took all of that and more for Janet Mayland, Judy Christopher and Mary Meek take off from the big ball at which the staff were all too tired to dance. endless checking of names and faces and spelling to have a look at the pictures we couldn't use. 125 Y is f 5 Q e E Ffa' Forensics Here are some of the persons 1 Who have participated in intercol- legiate forensics over the past three p lx X seasons. All of them have been on i debate teams as well as having been entered in their special interests or abilities such as oratory, extempo- raneous speaking, oral interpreta- tion, or discussion groups. :':': - :-:-: -:-1 f aj ' ,.: i 1 ,,, f T .T i Iizz 41 t , Lf, w i ifff SL,,,4gi 'gEY 2 ' I " David Warnock, Scott Momaday, Joan Wooten, Norbert Tlachac fdebate assistantj Y, E E p N V Y .H t . E I.: . a I ' ,X ' Q . W ' - ' - :1 ' x . A ' - xx L sa X yi ,Sf Garnett Burks, Dr. Cullen Owens Qdebate coachj, David Mall The outstanding achievement of Uni versity students in forensics over the past several years has netted many tens of tro phies and certificates and recognition in all parts of the country. This past year i1 terms of trophies was not outstanding- various things having happened to a squau which lost its most experienced members However, the sophomore team of Garneti Burks and David Mall ended the seasor with ratings of excellent to superior at the national Tau Kappa Alpha tournament ii Athens, Ohio. 2--KL 1 John Morrison, Carl Esenwein, Scott Momaday, Felix Briones 126 lihutuli Felix Briones, Jim liruenimz. Jim Ferguson, Syl Chumley, Mike McNevin, Ted Howden, Bill Gardner, Ken Hansen, Fred Dyer, Bob Wenrick. : Jim Heath, Kxiiscr Michael, John Morrison, Herb Nations tpresidentj, Bob Lingle, Gary Beals, Ron Calkins. it from picture: Joel Burr, Blume Wilson, Roger Green, Cameron McKenzie, Marlin Pound. Khatali, organized in 1923 for the purpose of recognizing college leadership and customs of the University, is UNM's senior men's honorary. Membership of Khatali is composed of outstanding senior men and a few juniors who have distinguished themselves in various campus activities as Well as scholastically. New members are chosen each year in the spring by the membership of the past year. ' Activities of the group include ushering at football games, freshman orientation and registra- tion aid, assisting with the coronation of the Homecoming Queen, and high school visitations made during the spring to interest state students in obtaining a college education. From a scholarship fund, Khatali honored an outstanding junior man during the spring semester. The name Khatali is taken from Navajo meaning medicine man. 127 Mortar Board Mortar Board is a national senior women's honorary which has as its purpose the advancement of scholarship, leadership, and service and the promotion of college loyalty. The local chapter, Maia, was installed at the University on May 30, 1921. Each year, Mortar Board acknowledges scholarship by a tea for junior Women with good scholarship, and the award- ing of a scholarship to a foreign Woman graduate student. Mortar Board serves UNM by assisting With elections, and freshman orientation, directing the election and coronation of Homecoming Queen, and assisting with Honors Assembly. Other activi- ties include Hanging of the Greens, Stunt Night, and selling the Community Concert series tickets. gig.: ea 3 - ' Back Row: Norene Miller, Adele Brown ftreasurerb, Edna Christensen fpresidentj, Margaret Morrison lvice-presidentl, Elaine Bush. Front Row: Ann Henning. Oleta Lou Roberts, Barbara Cunningham, Betty Folsom. Missing From Picture: Vicky Mason Csecretaryb, Margaret Ange. 128 Spurs Barbara Brown Qsecreturyl, Jenn Coll lvice-presidentl, Pat Blair Kpresirlentl, Maralyn Budke ltreasurerb, Janet Sue Gray lhistorianl, Sue Dormier lpublicityl. Dottie Dickinson, Grace Whitlock, Charlene Mason, Cynthia Pncey, Beverly Seeds, Dottie Harroun, Claudette Duplentis, Mary Botts. Joan Heaton. Carol Ann Rainey, Sydney Shleppey. Minta Sue Bunn, Nancy Burk, Joyce Purdue, Joyce I-Iemsing, Ellen Toynton, Ginger Covey, Judy Huber. : Gayle West, Monica Silfverskiold, Shirley Teeter, TiDDy Barnard, Jo Ann Clauve, Patty Tate, Jean Reardon, Alice Sterrett, Virginia Ray, Joan McCabe, Martha oc I Membership into Spurs, national sophomore women's honorary, is extended to girls at the completion of their freshman year on the basis of college activities, de- pendability, unselfishness, democracy,and above average scholarship. Spurs was organized at UNM in 1939. This year's group is one of the largest ever to be on the campus. Some of the services performed by Spurs this year included sale of programs at football games and assistance with freshman orientation, Homecoming, Christmas caroling, baccalaureate and commencement, and addressing envelopes for the Ber- nalillo County T. B. Society. During the Infantile Paralysis Drive Spurs sponsored the Spur Penny Path to raise funds. 129 Vigilantes Vigilantes, Sophomore Men's Honorary, has its membership selected towards the end of the school year by Khatali, senior men's honorary, on the basis of scholarship and extra-curricular ac- tivities of freshman men. The selected candidates are tapped for membership at Honors Assem- bly held in May of the school year. Activities of Vigilantes this school year included helping during Orientation Week both semes- ters, participating in Homecoming festitivities, ushering at football games, and the continuation of a scholarship fund presented yearly to a worthy recipient. of .1 1 Back Row: Dave Holt, Bob Dierman, Bob Matteucci. Middle Row: Dennis Pena, Dick Longman, Kenny Anderson. Front Row: Bill Madden, Gene Samberson tpresidentl, Glenn Thornton. Cheerleaders Here are six gals who don't mind being called the loudest on campus. But their job does not merely consist of yelling with as much volume as they can or getting others to yell in a certain beat. They are our diplomats, our ambassadors Who can make relations with other schools good or bad. As our representatives they impart an impression that outsiders have of UNM students. In their hands they hold a deterrniner of school pride. To be good they must be able to sense the feeling of a mob and encourage or brake it. To be top notch they must be able to change crowd sentiment. In a year when lagging or lacking school spirit has been a major discussion topic our cheer- leaders have undoubtedly been discouraged with half cheering stands but they still come smilin' through with a "Go, Lobos, go." """!""Q""S"" Anita Morris, Connie Giomi, Carole Graham, Cleta Honeyman, Sally Crook, Sydney Shleppey. Rallywm l -- Y 'yjgpiiunv PEGG - sidf-31111 Rallycom Ple ,,.,.., 5 x A . -mard- n Q-ue Dormier. TIPVY Bel . . . . iwiarilvfl Curso Bl ir Shirley Shelmn, Glm Sneuer b ra Wess , a , a ' ' Back Row- Pal' Inger, Nancy Vann' Bar Mitchell-D tue Ham-nun, Sally SU' Front Row: 0 Rallycom is the student organization responsible for building school spirit on the campus. Rallies and projects to lift enthusiasm in Lobo athletics are organized by the group. Activities began this year with the selling of beanies to freshmen. A successful football send-off pep rally got the Lobos off to a good start in September. Other projects handled by Rallycom included the second annual Mom and Dad's Day, the Homecoming bonfire, the Homecoming dance concessions stand, the selection of fresh- man cheerleaders, and the "free day" celebrations. 132 Enthusiasm plus for this rally-half day off after win over Colorado Aggies. U sgy'Maw's-v c. 2 Hymns-s , in , , A , E H. si M-- -' A 47 S 1,259-P i f ,N ,N f M , is 5 A f ' . , h El' beth Howarth, Louann Causey, Dot Julian, Kay Liesse, Row: Jean Reardon, Renia Morris, Diane Holmes. Billie June Grizzoll, Alice Gore, Binky Corroug , xza ancy Gentry, Barbara Phillips, Elsie Kirkpatrick, Bertie Brudt, Betsy Pierce. rRow: Adu Jane Hashimoto, Jackie Forde, Mary Jean Rose, Annu Viviani, Anita Morris, Mona Howe, Charlotte Davis, Nancy Ann Fore, Fran Bonnyman, Julia me Chant, Hunty Nixon, Marilyn Johnson, Betty Garrison, Pat Fanning, Sue Robinson, Janet Harris, Janet Mayland, Corky Morris. Row: Shirley Teeter, Barbara Bryan, Mary Meek, Barbara Wess, Barbie Mitchell, Sally Stringer, Berwyn McKinney, Marilyn Carson, Gini Snetzer, Sue Dorrnier, ay Leonard, Carolyn Nielsen, Janet Burners, Dottie Harroun. to any interested stu- Membership in Rallycom is open dent. About 150 students were members this year. 1' include the painting of the Freshman beanie wearmg. ., Plans for activities next yea "U" and the encouragement of Ff25hman Cheer! '- J T 1 I '- '-',.'r1:-.Ae , K I . ng . . , 'Es-'sig 4sg?,??f,?-,fir L ers - ' ' gif as 'la i'HmH?'HEH 'ggi'-' 1. ,Y sms mais ,H ss ss ,V ms ll si s ,es 3, s ,A , E M E E xanga-swans msgs was ,s Ls,s rg,5s.s3Fs ,f 1 H H H H H H me H if Q as 3 J H if? mi E 'HIE :ZW 5 'C' s 'Bax-5 Mwst.-'ass sans EW B EEE ,j ,,j,,:m:,,,w,,H 4, s s e s as ss xi Jigga 'effig y- 55 E. .:. ....s .,,,-51 , ,, is T""s -Y H R ,-, .,.,, ,., , A we , ,., , ,., H. ,.., my , M Ns as H W4 .... is ,asm as ss :-: " ' :-:3'3'4:.:' E ETH' ll ms:s..Q?g'E - . . M M .-.. ... ., , ...,., f . Q H F Q ,., , mm, We We is 1, af- gs: gigs sg? as E E WS smszylsllsllssl swam sms Chc ' 'ulotte Stevens, Sue Harris Wendell W , oods, Carol Robbin S, Martha Ben ge. 133 11 Alpha Phi Omega Delta Tau chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, was organized on the UNM campus in 1946. Through a wide range of activities the group directs services toward the student body and fac- ulty of the university, the nation, and the youthand the community. On the campus A Phi O members aid with registration and freshman orientation and counsel- ing, direct card stunts and usher at football games, make daily visits to the infirmary and check campus bulletin boards, serve as parade marshals of the homecoming parade, decorate the campus buildings with luminarios for homecoming and fiesta, and sponsor high school senior day. Other services include those to the youth and community. They sponsor the annual Christmas Toy Dance through which toys are obtained to give to underprivileged children, the Ugly Man Con- test from which proceeds go to the March of Dimes, an Easter Egg Hunt for underprivileged chil- dren, and a Scouting Exposition for the Boy Scouts of Albuquerque. This year Alpha Phi Omega gave two monetary awards for the most outstanding man of each of the freshman and sophomore classes. Back Row: John Freeman, Charles Nelson, Jon Easley, Ben Luchini, Dick Ogilvie, Wayne McAchran. . Middle Row: Richard Lucero, Jim Mullins, Art Hawkins, Phil Sawdey, Brooks Ambos Cpresidentl, Warren Lee fassistant dean of meni. Front Row: Bob Willis, Frank Apodaca, Larkin Smith, Bob Beale, Tom Cooper, Jim Ferguson. 134 lettermen's Club Membership of the Letterman's Club this year included several who lettered in one of the major sports for 4 years. Those men are the last to have that distinction as Skyline Conference rules were changed and a player can now letter for only three years. Major project of the Letterman's Club is the annual dance at which they crown the Varsity Girl and name the "letterman of the year" in each sport. ow ow ow Row Row Row Ron Calkins, Donnie Brooks, Bill Wmrner, Buddy Cook, Bob Brooks. Richard Cole, Jay Crnmpton, Jim Brooks, Art Duran. Craig Heffelmnn, Jim Bruening, Marlin Pound, Luis Gonzales. Bill Chaplin, Carter Mathies. Sonny Montoya, Al Gibson. - Paul Butt, Ray Esquibel, Dick Lauderdale, Dave Quinlan. Wendell Nelson, Larry White ipresidentl, Jack Mulcahy, Bob Garcia Cosmopolitan Club E + f is il Iii i Miguel Marrero, president, from Cuba, per- forming at one of the Cosmo Club parties. Students from other countries studying at the University have an opportunity for extra social activ- ities, comparing notes on their customs, and discuss- ing what they find in this country in the Cosmopolitan Club. In addition to the 25 or 30 from abroad other 525 QW fits fi o -ufmp.-5 -5' N i Mmni nzgpnt -yqgn-4. 5.44 . . 'x-nw." v r -, . , H ,-,.47.,s 4 - .,j- .A n. ,if university students and professors actively pate in the work of the club. Their major project each year is a dance fioor show including acts representing each of countries represented by a student. Z- 1- Here are Cosmo Club members discussing travel plans for Easter vacation when they toured around the state. 136 .W , 1 OFFICERS: Charlie DcJolie, Kiva Club was organized in 1952 the Southwest and now has a roster of more than fifty membeis The aim of the club is to encourage leadershlp through hlgher education and to help orient in coming Indian students into the unive1 sity s soclal and academlc llfe In 1954 the Klva Club spon sored the Nizhoni Indian Dances in Zimmerman Stadlum, 1a1s1ng S2 000 for 1ts scholarship fund . I - . ,I i il , 1 4 ,t. s Herb Blatchford, Beryl Spruce, Dnvc Wm-ren. Ed Ladd, Dink Gaffney Timothy Bond Row Dr W W. Hill, Joe Herrero. Charlie DeJolie, Rosalita Sandoval Rose Benally Al Bearce Row Juanita Quintana, Mary Martinez, Mildred Histia, Dorothy Aguilar Eva Mae Benally Sk: Club A Z 2 Back Row: Jo Ellen Bryson, Louise Korn, Carol Townsend, Nancy Minces, Nancy Woodruff, Sonja Hansen, Nancy Cone iPresidentJ, Pat Matthews, June Mills Corrough, Fran Bonnyman. Front Row: Gail Olson, Marilyn Bebluer, Charlotte Stevens, Durelle Butler, Bertie Brandt, Ann Burch, Leiluni Hull, Sharon Terry. 138 Cyclops fs. wg ., . - ,4 iq'-5, 1' 'S N R 'CJ " ,,, pvs 'Tas Q' ' - awggli is-A - " -f lk X' H W L n uf--e i 4, 'rf' S L ,K . S W I , x l 1 pg in 'wi P' 5 Roger Fil-tge, Elmer Volzer, Gordon Bernell, Glenn Kempers, J. D. Gale, Tom DeGregori, Joe Abbott, John Mellott Kcoachl. Arlin Cooper, Dave Neuman, Jim Chrisun, Skip Salazar, Jim Stevens lpresidentl, Jim Morga. PEMM l Lloyd R. Burley indviserl, Frances Paton, Clark Mnnwarren, Sharon Roth, Ralph Duran, Charlotte Stevens, Jim Brooks fpresidentl, Gladys Milliken Cadviserl. Judy Gnskill. Sylvia Wriszht, Gracie Hernandez, Pat Matthews, Sonja Hanson, Caroline Miller, Dorothy Lewis, Janice Anderson. Jim Stevens, Ron Calkins, Jim Pierce, David Syme, Tom Montoya, Don Mitchell, Carmen Chavez, Pat Gloss, Jo Anne Moorer. Jack Waldron, Keith Bruns. John Calkins, Donald Brooks, Jim Economides, Ray Esquibel, Mart Servis, Jim Earnest. 139 Music Educators National Conference w 2 , Nancy Gentry, Walter Trimble, Danny Zeff, Center : Bruce Doyl 140 UHIITIBITE wi' of three members from each of the four , fr 'md professional groups connected Y c Business Administration, Phi Gamma Nu, .A 4, V H. -f Membership on the Commerce Council is com- Sigma Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi, and Beta .. A and two members at large from each of four classes appointed by the Dean of the of Business Administration. Q ,. N as its function the promotion of a spirit K V N f , Machines Show" to enable the stu- of commerce to keep abreast of the latest in the field of office equipment and and a Commerce Picnic and Bar-B-Q. Based on a vote by the entire student body of College of Business Administration a Best Award is given each year by the 'L-37. 1 nw: Meredith Ussery, John Teeter, Marlin Pound, Ted Phillips, William Kimbrough. low: Hurry Williams. Virginia Perino. Jeannette Swillum, Jane Anne Stinnett, Al Cote 0: comradeship and 'csprit de corps' between K J iii" X faculty and students in the College. A 5 , Among the Commerce Council activities are ' Q-,?,,5'i - alumni coffee at Homecoming, the Dean's in January of each year, the annual Dignitaries at the Dean's Breakfast N' vu 1 'CP' I Ameritan Institute nf Chemical Engineers Row 1: William Seth tchairmanl, Dick Chandler, Dr. Victor Skoglund, Prof. Charles Grace, Dr. Clark. Row 2: Don Nelson, Harry Davidson, Don Carr, Joe Kennedy, Tom Guitierrez, Von Edelman, Austin Ryer, Amos Stone. Row 3: Carl Yrene, Dan O'Bannon, Don Teegarden, William Tucker, Norman Jordan, Don Alberts, Clark Shaffner, Wayne Tucker, Walter Groene, Jim Romankiw. Row 4: Bill Moulds, Oliver Wiley, William Clouser, Walter Randle, Bill Hurley, Sam Moore, Robert Gault, Gene Myers. 142 zf- 1, , 2, n f , Amerirun Society of Civil Engineers 1 Q Jr-Y. - . A ,. , p . , ie I: Robert Kirkpatrick, Doug Tinulcy, Hnl Patton. : Don Gonzales, Prof. Ray Foss, Louis Hilderbrund, Carol Cooper, Robert Baker, Bob Werner, Louis McKee, Robert Cardenas, Moe Trumble. : Bob Powell, Bill McAdams, Hill Munes, Ron Ferreri, Prof. W. C. Wagner, Vernon Blum, Jim McBride, Dave Burton, Orpha Ziegler, Pete Ramatowski, Pat Peavy, m Duff. : A. E. Ross, Bill Oliver, Ken Green, Clarence Friesen, Willis Lumry, Sanford Evans, Wayman Robertson. Y OFFICERS President ......,........,,,,................. Doug Tingley Vice-President ......, ......... B ob Kirkpatrick Treasurer ............ .....,..,...... H al Patton Secretary ..... ........ R alph Brown . 'J nine. - s d "jiri, 0' , Z.. I i . if 1 2' - f-oe z- X V 1 l A f ' 4 l at fi" , feselislg. The student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, sponsored by the New Mexico Sec- tion of ASCE, was founded on this campus in 1929. Its members come from the students enrolled in the Civil Engineering College regardless of class or grades. The ASCE Constitution states, "The objects of the Society shall be the advancement of the Science of Engineering and Architecture in their several branches, the professional improvement of its mem- bers, and the establishment of a central point of refer- ence and union for its members." Activities for the past year included bi-monthly meetings featuring guest speakers, films and field trips, senior inspection trip into Southern Arizona, and participation in Student Paper Contests in the Southwest. 143 IRE-AIEE .K Hwy Row Row Row Row 4 Row 144 -i -1 M -ff RWM s 1: Guy McDowell, Doug Kininger, Phil Gluth, Dave Quinlan, Ken Harris, Charles Kinsolving, Ken Sandoval, John Gafford, Saul Miano, Herb Brunnell, Ken Alvin Mulica, Hank Edwards. Herb Fernandez, Don Collis, Doug Bearrow, Peter Bawuah, Joe Connell. Orlando Lopez, Charles Williams, Lee Gregory. 3: Bnrdell Kietzmann, Howard Murphy, Neil Adams, Irwin Frank, J. P. Aheyta. Ed Phinney, Loren Stiegelmar, Dr. R. A. Hessemer, Bill Nickell. : Paul Dague, Prof. J. L. Ellis, W. T. Morgan, Phil Parker, Jim Harper, Joe Quintana, Bill Morgan, Prof. Ralph Tapy. Doug Balcomb, Milan Stewart, Don Smith, Hank Hurst, Burl Humble, Brown. OFFICERS After his freshman year, any student at the Uni- ilgg 5553333 """"""""A"""""""" Iiiifgjnlfg versity enrolled in a four year course leading to joint t,eaSu,.e,. .,.,,-----,,,--,-- Stewart the Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or SPONSORS Physics is eligible for membership in AIEE-IRE. IRE ,,,---,,,--,,,,,-,,,,,,-,-,,,-,,--,,,,,,., R, A. Hessemer During the first semester, the Los Alamos-Albu- AIEE President ---4-A4 -.--4--- H efb B1'1111He11 querque section of the professional IRE group spon- AIEE ' ......., ....,...,,,., ' . . . . AIEE Secletary REICELZZES sored a student competitive paper. Prizes were given and many students entered papers in the contest. The professional AIEE group sponsored its regu- lar student paper contest during second semester. This nation Wide contest is divided into dis- trictsg in this district there are fifteen schools. The winner of the district is sent to compete in the regional contest, and the winners of the regionals compete once more to determine the national winner. Last year a UNM student took first in the re-gion, and during the past seven years, the group has had four firsts in the district. ' Air Forte Reserve Uffirers Training Corps MID-SEMESTER COMMISSIONEES Row: F. McCracken, Herb Nations, R. Punzica, R. Rogers, O. Stockton. Row: Doug Arundnle, Juck Eaton, Ben Holmes, Don Hyder, Dave Warren. CJ-J The Air Force Reserve Oiii- cers Training Corps, organized in August, 1949, has as its pri- mary mission the selecting and preparing of college students to qualify for reserve commissions in the United States Air Force. AFROTC detachment qi 510 at UNM is one of 207 detach- ments that are in operation at various colleges and universities throughout the nation. Colonel William M. Massen- gale, Jr., is the present com- manding ofiicer of UNM's unit. Cadet Colonel Charles E. Rhode is Cadet Group Commander. sofa Above: Newly commissioned lieutenants listening to address given by Col. Harry L. Evans, Jr., Asst. Chief of Staff, Sandia Base. At left: Cadet Col. C. E. Rohde escorting Miss Gini Snetzer to the throne at the Military Ball. 145 N BUTE Wurdruam WARDROOM SOCIETY BOARD OF Seated: Martin Dalquist fVice-Presidentl, Joh cnhy tPresidentJ, Steve ReVeal KSecretary-Trea Standing: Gary Beals, Bill Leen, Manuel Sousa, Davidson, Wally Bisbee, Jerry Adkisson, Richar son, Dick Gaffney, David Emmett. The Wardroom Society, an org zation exclusively for NROTC 1 was formed to promote the socia terests of the midshipmen. Thrc the eiforts of the Wardroom, the dies have a full calendar of S4 events to enhance life here at University. l Some of the social activities picnics, Bingo, tobogganing, and shipwreck ball. Twice during the the Wardroom plays its part in s soring two of the big social even the University, the annual Ring D and the joint N avy-Air Force Mili Ball. The Ring Dance, an ageless cu handed down by the U. S. Naval A emy, climaxes the NROTC season. An NROTC color girl r over this dance and the dress pa: C An annual event 1n the Soc1e and review which accompany it. . . t . , d the awarding of an ofiicers sword to the midshipman contri g ing the most to the Society durin school year. l ts Journalism - Sigma Delta Chi " 'MI .n11.i,iAu.. ummm QUITS .0- Bob Chutten, Lou Armiju, Ken Siner, Harold Smith, Dave Miller fPresidentJ. L, Engineering - Sigma Tau aw: William Clouser, Break Glnscock, Kenneth Green, William H. Oliver, William McAdams. ow: Louis Hilderbrund, Kenneth Sandoval, Robert L. Cardenas, Richard F. Chandler fPresidentJ, Eugene Zwoyer. 157 Tau Kappa Alpha Speech Back Row: Richard Lush Rlchard Romam Dean Nannmga Dr Harold Rxed George McK1m Dr Wayne Lubank Norbert Plsxcknr Front Row: Plof Dorothy Woodward Dean A L Gausewxu John MOITISOH Dr T M Pearce Dr Cullen OXVLIIQ Dzvxd Mull Dr Fred Chrelst Theta Sigma Ph: ,Q B. 38 R1- 3 M 5-W V . eww. , H be f Q 'f Y .,.. , :A by X- I ' lg of me -f-5 Q.: Q - Back Row: Pa : i Front Row S 158 I ss ss a mn ms mm mn 'W ef :mf- K w HMSE , an fy E?s5nmrs?1f'v M,-Wsggwsf ,mm an .Q as m B Z 4 - -ifeasfa. f' X .4 L LAW? L B ma ry B ssl sf H 1 s .QW ,Q-E ,, Mr 1 QW O 'af +555 . , 1 W 4 4 I wg 1 1 -E A , Q ' 'O 9 . . ' . . 4 SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Furs. Front Row: Robert Linglei fBattalion Commanderl, John Morrison iliattalion Inspector-J, Mnrlin Pound iExucutive Otficerl, Bill Lee f01K3l'lltl0llSf. Back Row: John Mulcahy lDrill Team Comm.J, Louie Edwards CCo. Bl, Gary Bealsi Co. AJ. 1 I 1"f"' 55552 Q, new A ' Shipwreck Ball, yes. But what sailor here is getting an idea of what it's like to be marooned? 148 - -.4 "Excuse me for asking, Commandel Yeich, sir, but have you been overboard gn The organizations with Greek letter names on this and the following nine pages are usually thought of as honoraries, but we can not designate them collectively as such. Those which are hon- oraries are those which require for membership a certain grade point average, either overall or in the particular field of study it emphasizes. But besides the honoraries there are some designated as professional groups which put primary emphasis on a certain occupation. In previous pages there were other professional groups under occupational titles. Not all of the active groups are in- cluded in these pages. To some these groups merely mean an activity listed under their senior year MIRAGE por- traits, others keep up an active participation for many years after college. Generally, the fresh- men don't know about them, the sophomore is determined to get in, the junior is disgusted that he hasn't made better grades or is being initiated, and the senior is paying dues or saying he's glad he doesn't have to. Accounting - Beta Alpha R Bowrn. Richard Cook, Ben Lucas, William Kimbrough, Melvin Hardison, Jerry Rhodes Kpresidentl. L. Auld, Earl Rntliff, Frank Murillo, Perry Mori, R. E. Davis, Joaquin De Vargas. uw Dorothy Swain, Frank Bachicha, Jane Reynolds, Betty Folsom. Chi Epsilon - Engineering ,- ,,.. he-1 Back Row: Prof. Ray Foss, Ken Green, Carter Mathies, Sanford Evans, William Oliver, John Schamaun, Robert Powell, Doug Tinieley Front Row: Frank Barking, Louis Hilberbrand, Louis McKee, Hal Patton IPresidentJ, Bob Werner, Bruce Johnson, William McAdams Delta Sigma Pi - Business 9.-" r. 'sul ,sw f' fv who 1 fi ' -f if A 5 2s'?3,f1 Back Row: Joe Collins, Dick Pierce, Menhard Albers, Dick Goetzman, Meredith Ussery, Bob Lamhson, Dave Newman, Reggie Jones Middle Row: Al Sanchez, Dave Peesak, Pat Crean, Pete d'Albertis. Front Row: Al Cote, Heywood Scott, Harry Williams, Paul Hughes, Charles Dickinson, Bob Verbecke. 150 i . Kappa Umicrnn Phi - Home Economics 5.3, -J in 'SCAN xy f-"E T ' n T9 Back. Row: Georgene Bnrte, Carmen Roth, Elton Byerly Kern, Sara Spoon Moore, Elouise Alexander, Lili Domenici. Middle Row: Norene Miller, Mary Alice Osborne, Glorin Silvn, Margaret Beaver. Front Row: Renee Lewis, Marcella Gutierrez, Barbara Bonham, Danna Lee Cooper, Ellen Toynton. Phi Delta Kappa - Eduratinn X ,I'1,E,'f-if '..: 7 112 .iii .f,j.c-.,y if Q, 35 A, QL, ,Zi it-gl 'Wa ,ylyw .?i42 :.x""f'5 rxlntlic. Gy? Hui 3 R is ' 1 I si ,S pr A , Q aim r W' via?-i,Q.!' ,Wm F: 'lj' V 1 ' All -if , ' 4 I Fl v L- " A" ' .,,..,,- , me rrrw 'lg 3 ...M air rw fm if ,-. 1 if is H Standing: Albert Kaplan, John Arngon, Marshall Floyd, Joe MerkeI,'Vidal Velarde, Mike Trujillo, Gilbert Miranda, A. R. Elwell, Marshall Farris, Smith D. Gooch Seated: Joe Aragon, Denn Nanninga, Dean Spain, Hal Dobkins, George Fishbeck, Dr. Runge, Bob Smolich, Dr. Tireznan, Murray Isaacs. 152 , . Pharmacy - Kappa Psi oel White CVice-Regentl, J. B. Nickell QSecretaryD. Don Roberson CRegentl, Dean ataline. Kappa Psi, professional pharmaceutical fraternity, at the present time has about 20,000 members nationally. Its chief objective is the advancement of pharmacy, education- ally, fraternally, and socially, and to foster scholarship and research. Gamma Rho chapter at the university re- ceived its charter in 1948. Membership is open to any regularly enrolled student in an accredited college of pharmacy who is accept- able to members of the active chapter. The purpose of Kappa Psi is to promote better inter-professional relationships among phar- macists during and after graduation from college. ing: Alan Aldous, Noel White, Morris Hooper, J. B. Nickell, Romaine Linder. : Nick Ortega, Lon Meadows, Weldon Tillery, Joe Henry, Don Roberson, J oe Mengoni, Don Bedale, Frank Garcia. 151 Business Administration - Phi Gamma Nu ow: Shirley Teeter, Margaret Doherty, Patty Tate, Connie Cummings. Mildred Tarpley, Sue Pfieffer, Ann Burch. Sylvia Killimrc, Sherrill Eckhousc, Muna Howe, t Reynolds. Row: Flora Maestas, Mrs. Auld, Tona Dabbs, Shirley Patrick, Theresa Cummins. now: Alice Morgan, Polly Sullivan, Alice Smith, Jean Coll, Jeanette Swillum, Weanelle Hedgccoxe. Biology - Phi Sigma low: Harold Scott, Charles Wise, Dean Castetter, Dr. C. C. Holi, Dr. H. J. Dittmer, Dr. W. J. Koster, Dr. Richard B. Johnson, Chester Richmond. Row: Joan Bolsterli, Josephine Ehret, Virginia Avis, Edith Bratton, Valerie Ernst, Ruth Cuthbertson, Mrs. Martin Fleck, Dr. Martin Fleck. 153 Phi Sigma iota i , l :rf " Hi? i . Q H Y ' 2 Ll ' zgiji ' ' W Q X 5 ':',.,.V 3 : TLT ,., . A S ' 5 gl: zuz 1 ua M ,:.,a., ,.,., . .... :...... . 5 .:.:.:.. ' "' a , :gi -- -1' Q . ,Bri-K , J ' iwsf, mmm "ig gbivyy 3 f- H mga.. W 5 "I 3-'wg 1 , n ' na 1, i,mig:f'w f '. M51 is B1 x gl. 'Q-: , n r , E. M. E ,xl H 1u.- ,l 4 ' Q :.: I r. - ' - ,fd if ' ss n 1 .1x.Lf Qi.Q wr I , -.gif ,K .. ,. i.. 5- v lgyf-QA'-.gr , :mn-wwf .. axial mei Bank Row: Glenroy Emmons, Don Rady. Robert Romer. Front Row: Shirley Burton, Bei-na Emma Romero, Ramon Huerta CPresidentl, Rhoda Fitzgerald, Mary Sue Hext. Pi Tau Sigma - Engineering ,.,'f.',pHDl"""" " ' ' I, l y e-k 311' '34 - l - , U X jx' -,ogg , .MJ ?: N' ' A ,. I .. w i mrs x mf l , ..:-ng.,-.. L., X . 0 :P if t, B A 'Ea II X .f 4 f , 'U if lgf17?'3 3 u , O A - A 1 Q I Back Row: William Seth, William Clouser, Prof. J. E. Martinez, Dr. V. J. Skoglund, Prof. A. D. Ford, Charles Grace, Wally Deckert. Front Row: Richard Chandler. Robert Czxrdenas CPresidentl, Samuel Moore, Don Teegarden, Dick Novaria. 154 i. Sigma Alpha lata - Music Alpha Sigma chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, national honorary and professional fraternity for Women in music, was established at UNM in 1935 by Grace Thompson, then head of the Music Department. Objectives of the organi- zation are scholarship, musicianship, Ameri- can music interests, Alma Mater allegiance, and high standards of performance in music. Women music majors and minors with an aggregate grade point average of 1.6 and 2.00 in music courses after at least one semester of college work who show outstanding musician- ship are invited to membership. Activities of the group include Candle- light Vesper Service during the Christmas season, Spring Musicale of Contemporary American music, Working with Music De- partment productions, ushering and selling punch for Civic Symphony and Community Concerts. Huck Row: Adele Brown QTi'ensurerl. Celina Sanchez 1Suux1-tnryl. Front Row: Oleta Lou Roberts iPresislentJ, Coral Johnson CVM-0-Presidentl. 51-1 rs X I :K 'bkS:3A'f5Qw Q gg: . s Was' www 'ze fs va F ii , ,a , Si Back Row: Gilder Gray, Beverly O'Neal, Barbara Duenkel, Martha McCulloch, Coral Johnson, Shirley Irving, Beth Shuldt. Front Row: Lois Goldfarb, Celina Sanchez, Joan Orlebeke, Caroline McSeverns. Vera Rozdestvensky, Toni Cells. Directing: Oleta Lou Roberts, ,M AH ,If Q nag- .' 1- 'fs , Gjg, 1-:Y 5 l , 1 Q, ,Q A Q- 5 P l - B ' I ' - . as 52' 1 if I In . Q 1 ' 2- V . , i Q . - . l la , Q , Q , ., , in - qx '- 1 , . - N ,Y 1. 4, , M. fv 41,4 r . f yy, tv 14" ' , af? Lil-' ' js a 1 ,ff K - f -. rj ,V ,, -f. r .4 '- ' Pi Lambda Theta f w rest 'ti - vv .ng f'r in . ,. , ., w: Laura Atkinson, Jeanette Reed, Sara Spoon, Lucy Newman, Esther Sell. Euveta Traylor, Mary Elsbrock, Ethel Erlandson, Ellen Schatz, Eleanor Gilmore, Ruth Mary Menaul, Theodora Cooper. A ow: Shirley Vigil, Betty Scheer, Lois Dittmer, Georgene Barte, Carmen Roth, Norene Miller, Flora Maestas. Genevieve Darngnard, Theresa Cummins, Nancy Cone, Carson, Tona Dahbs, Margaret Beaver, Dr. Sara Louise Cook, Jan Alticli. ow: Jane Albrecht ltreasurerl. Monte Lee Davis lvice-presizlcntl, Edith Manfredi irlresidenfl. Helen Harrigffl' iI'9C01'di1'1H S2C!'2t!1!'Yl, Gertrude Piibiard lcorre- g secretary 7 . udents and faculty with the Pi Lambda Theta national president who was here this year. Pi Lambda Theta was founded at UNM in 1939 to foster pro- fessional spirit, maintain high standards of scholarship and professional preparation, fur- ther the cause of democratic edu- cation, co-operate in the solution of problems which inter-pene- trate various fields of knowledge, encourage intercultural under- standings, encourage graduate work, and stimulate research in accordance with other purposes. Women students of junior sta- tus or above in education with a 2 point aggregate average and 2 faculty recommendations or a 1.8 and four faculty recommen- dations are qualified for member- ship. , Pi Lambda Theta has monthly meetings with programs pertain- ing to the interests and purposes of the organization. This year they supplied the Albuquerque Boys Club With books and sub- scriptions to appropriate maga- zines, sponsored a seventy-five dollar scholarship for a Woman in education, and held a com- bined meeting With other Educa- tion Honoraries. 155 Football During the past year there was a controversy about the athletic policy of the University. One group made the cry for more emphasis of sports, football in particular, and the other group spoke just as loudly for de-emphasis. President Popejoy explained the stand of the University Administration. Newspapers throughout the state often wrote bitter editorials against the official policy. Through all the controversy the Lobo team and coaches made a determined effort to play good football. They wound up in fourth place in Skyline Conference standing. Some of the highlights of the season were the honors received by team members for their out- standing showings on the field. A. L. Terpening won honors as top punter in the nationg his punting average was not equaled in collegiate football. Ray Guerette didn't receive national acclaim for his 46 yard field goal which won the game against Colorado A8zM, but he got all the free coffee he could drink in the SUB. For the second time, Larry White was nominated for All-American this year. However, a broken foot kept him out of action for several games. After having been sidelined until the last few games, he made Honorable Mention, receiving more points than any other player in this area. In Skyline Conference individual player standings, White was the one Lobo who made the first string. The second team listing included Jay Crampton, guardg fullback A. L. Terpening, ends Bobby Morgan and Ray Guerette, and tackles Jack Eaton and Dick Lauderdale received Honorable Mention. Sports HE COACH. Q . Bob Titchenal has finished his second year as head ootball coach of the Lobos. Prior to his present job he erved here for two years as an assistant under Dudley . Degroot and at the University of Denver in a similar osition. Young Cfor college football coachesj Titchenal as- umed the position of head coach for the Lobos last year 5 ootball "experts" picked the Lobos for a cellar position. hen the end of the season rolled around, "Smilin' Bob' ad proved himself and was picked as the Skyline Con- erence's outstanding coach for 1953. Y f AND THE CAPTAIN . . . Looking every part of the outstanding player that he is, graduating senior Larry leaves an impressive record behind him. Despite his broken foot setting him back in competition for the All-American team, his feats for this year and others add up. Besides being chosen captain of this year's team by his fellow players, Larry made second team in the national INS selections, placed for the fourth year on the first string of the All-Conference team as center, and played in the Salad Bowl at Phoenix on New Year's Day. He was a Student Council member this year, played in the concert band, worked part time as a licensed barber, is in the AFROTC, was president of the Letterman's Club, and has an enviable grade point average. Add these facts to Larry's rec ord, and we have a picture which does not conform to the football player stereotype. QF' JIM BRISCOE. Guard BOB BURNS, Fullback BILL CHAPLIN, Guard BUDDY COOK, Halfback Artesia, N.M. Brooklyn, N.Y. Albuquerque Topeka, Kansas 161 wet 1 l i ,S 1 Qaiifisgfif W W M " elsif E121 -U: , if ED PILLINGS, trainer, and GEORGE PETROL, chief scout and Freshman football coach. THE SEASON'S RECORD Opponent Their Score Lobo Score Brigham Young 12 21 San Diego State 7 28 :tUtah State 6 0 Wyoming 9 7 'tA1'izona 41 7 Denver 19 6 tMontana 14 20 i:Colorado A Sz M 7 10 tNew Mexico A Sz M 27 39 San Jose State 26 14 S Home Games ' we , 5356. Luau LUBU' GZGE , . O 3: msn, m FDUTBAI 1 Q ' 5 ' 7 .UUTBALQ QW QQ 5 Mn WELL c .1 . min x 7, For most of the team the season was over when the last game ended, but Lauderdale Eaton, Guerette, and Terpening had another game to go, the Bowl game on New Ye . L -In 4:5-it 2 If B X " . - -2:1551 E V 1 gf 'n H e . E - , :. ..,.,... ,ii-i w Nt fr l B ' - W .1 iv ' f f Aff 'Q-'W H , - ,yy ,X V Y it 1 -:.: :Q Ji . f' H I, . :-: . -5 ---1 '- ' , -.1 . " ' If V,-.A 1"Q"T .. X ,., A , ., t.,.:. zuz , . V, W ' f ' L.. if- ' , fra ., ,pe -.dsl I 4 . - . .V . 'N u, I l , 'W-'ti' ,- ! Mm .1 5 ' vffmf.. ' H- 3-1--3'-ut AW 'yt ,. '21 '- - ,- A-4-fzggivea. Jfijjafi in -, ,, g f- . -:- - --:- ' an-1 uwx., , ,iz Q I. , W time -..E13f71-P5 V an-J ying?-if"5,3f::"2.:Qi. -1 1, F , 55525214 if -Z-fa-2:12-inf: f11wfff:eLf23'ff5r- s ' mu an V' ', I-, Q A ,f'5g.'fjf,.'- -'..-f 2215 f::::f?f5:we: 1-5, f,f'.:':11:?1v1112 fsff,:f,'f:iQemr::L. 2 20083. up Q.. '.', 1. ,.....a"" '::::.if ::::r:-.-.-'-- '?""vF.x"'Q3".ff ' ,"."1'."""l1325 !':Az::rl :'2211l2"C3'2- Pup, fp Q ' 1 1, -gf-U QI. .ff .Z----Q Q' - Y 1 . 4 ,gn f 1 . ,1m....... 1, .....-.-J. 1 3211.1 "1 0:4 ia". rf' 'ff'f'.',' f','f'.11f 2 f I ' mix!! :::'f!1xI-I-?.'.-.v ff 1' BUD COON. Quarterback Hayward, Calif. JACK EATON, Tackle EI Paso, Texas e , i -'R as V. Q 'Y 1- .. X. K-4 E wig '-. ,Rf nl H-SSR -' fl V HW RAY GUERETTE, End DICK LAUDERDALE, Tackle BOBBY LEE, Halfback JOE LYNCH, Halfback Winthrop, Maine Hobbs, N. M. Alamogordo, N. M. Albuquerque 162 No Picture: JAY CRAMPTON, Guard v-wffew - V, -A---f--- 6 lvl Pr' '- - 4 V .i I Y "5-5 """'J-., M ps.. s VWJW .W is V, -nk . 1 I Mrs. :.: .:. - f Q A vm... "' 1 x . S K., . 1- ' ' BOBBY MORCAN End Artesia N.M. fi, 'J -tl , 9 -. . ay, I 1 , 1 ,JJ , ' -in so WAYNE TUCKER, Fulllmck Texico, N.M. Touchdown! Joe Murphy has just crossed the goal line for that single Lobo touchdown against Arizona. MARLIN POUND, Tackle ENGLE SOUTHARD, Center A. L. TERPENING, Fullback Albuquerque ' Clovis, N.M. Artesia, N.M. That blur just out of reach of the hands of Bobby Morgan 1861 is the football that he couldnt quite knock out of the air-and the difference between winning and losing the game against Wyoming. ' . .-ig V '7 . .r, ' ' .55 ..! X f - ,frsw i fi .. i':sis . 3 Qi 'xi Q -Q F i if l if i . ij 4 k ff Q U ': -sg 'Pr-, . fl 5 V 'Tw f' f as, y 1, 6.3, ' . . Zn -22054 5 S . M :K ygu. ,, , cg ,, , H if' . gf ,X .Lv 3,-3521 , ,- 1 - .,,,4 ,,,, W .cl -me . . Q wg". g . X " ,VA 1' F2 X 1 -- Q 1 je 1 Q K. use ' ' Lou Cullen, backfield coach, and Willis Barnes, line coach. , " was-W V ,, - w W- 1 if ..,,1,,, sw Q, 1 ' 'R ra 4 f ofa ' P 15' l ,, ff' 2 s fail'-XSL , g E .. e, 5,, -,V N, .- M V . q. ggi . X ' is fi l x.. ROLAND ARRIGONI, Tackle CHARLES CARLSON, Guard JOHN COX, Tackle RON JAEGER, Guard With the closing Of the 1954 football season, an era in sports ended at UNM. According to new Skyline Conference rules, the four-year letterman V z has come to an end. Among this year's football seniors are the last of UNM's H four-year lettermen. it The graduating seniors Will remember that the Homecoming game has 'M ' been Won for four years straight, this year against Montana. The Win over Montana was significant, not only because it was Home- coming, but also as a Skyline victoryg it was the first victory in five games. Students asked for a half day off, but had to Wait for the next win-over Colorado A8:M. GARY JUDD, End We don't know who the Lobo is who tackled that Montana with Morgan and Southard coming up there wasn't a chance. Lobo back, Buddy Cook 1421 carrying the pigskin for a gain against Montana and the ref doing some blocking-for the camera man. 164 if e half clay off rally in the SUB "Punchy" told us how it was It doesn't look good for Lobo back Bobby Spinelli C401 as he IS kicking that all important field goal. I . - li ' I mn' fel 1 Fx ' ' rf- .s fi like f i L 4 ,' Ji' x, -- .T . lrpig-,iql V2 --1 5 f V Q JOE MURPHY, I-Inlflmvk WILBERT RUNCORN, Halfback about to be mobbed by Colorado Aggies. One of those things that seldom happens, but is the sort of thing that every football coach, every team, and every fan hopes for, and that can be the thrill of the season, is that one out- standing play at or near the end of the game when the score is tied and something big is needed to win the game. This year We had it- the 46 yard field goal that end Punchy Guerette kicked in the closing minutes of the Colorado A 8a M tilt. 'Sf BOB SPINELLI, Halfback KENT SPOONER, Halfback JERRY APODACA, Halfback DWAINE AVERY, End 165 H.. Good for six points! Joe Lynch, Lobo back going over for that lone touchdown against San Jose. Yes, we lost some gamesg it wasn't one big winning streak for the Lobos this year. At the end of the Utah game, the fans were so stunned and unhappy with the Lobos for be- ing unable to score when scoring seemed so after he Caughta Pass' End Dick Drake being pulled down by a New Mexico Aggie near that they left the stands slowly and si- itly after the closing gun. But that was the first home game and the first loss of the sea- son-by the time the Lobos played their last V757 game on the home field the stands were any- thing but quiet. Anyone who witnessed the Lobos' home games said that there was poor playing in spots, but the spectators witnessed the hard hitting, rough brand of football that makes champions. YUMPY BARKER, Quarterback RICHARD DRAKE, End Q! Y Q af L, . lg ,, Q 'Z ,,,s:. S , ?f'i V Q 2' M "" I 2. ,W ig elif f lg m w 1 , , , fm g Q 7 -' X - ' ,. Q4 gs L V A -I " W 4 ,., , L 17' , ' 5 ' . jf 7 DON GENTRY, Tackle PHIL HARRIS, End PORKY LEYVA, Quarterback RON JELOSEK, Tackle 166 r i' va! QF' i ':., 2 The annual spring contest, the Cherry and Silver game, with a Silver man really getting up for that pass-and a A l A' ' ."'fy L gil , 'gli 1 ,. iii ,ly ,. , f JIM JUAREZ, Guard if 1-,f -uv , , E I -P-. C' ffii.. T a 'fl'-5" AG! Then there was the annual Cherry and Silver football game .... The teams were captained by Jim Juarez and Jerry Lott. They are the team co-cap- tains for 1955. Opinion seems to be that if the playing of the Cherry and Silver game is any indication, the Lobos will have a good chance in the Skyline Conference next year. There were a number of experienced seniors Who played their last football at UNM in this game, but a lot of power and playing talent was seen in the fresh- men Who move to the varsity team next year. X xl 2 x ,x is A f? at Tiwiqt be Z 1 5+-gf Q is at A ED MCALPINE, Center ED PENDLETON, Quarterback RICHARD RAMIREZ, End BILL WAGNER, Halfback Ez, 3 Basketball The winter sports season was a quiet one for UNM fans. They Weren't enthusiastic over the basketball games 3 too many were lost to keep New Mex- ico in the prestige bracket of Skyline Conference standings. The coach and team were admired for their spirit and determination, but necessary height and lack of reserve depth caused the Lobos to finish in the lower division. THE WHOLE SQUAD . - I B .E ,S E. 'E' . n M . 'MWF '7 5 V Eii L ' I ,,. - , Q 2 ,5 ggi: N 'fb A , . Qfl :IP ZZ A , ,D :-: X .lm u " , , I rr t' 3 3 I H .- LM fp ,:, :W ,V It V ,.:i, ' :af X V - -iv . . he V if' if J .flag 5 f" Z ,Z ji! K' ' H. no R X' lYJY l as nireg f, ,gf ,, neil i X X if! P if W We wo H I Q -':': 5':' . Quia if i ,A If Lf! ' fl -1 - X , tl, i t Q2 T . "'.:, Q an Qi .:y':' wx M11 T wx MEIN : ----i 1 ::. 1a2 . ' HL i-':-' Ed- W-M -.a:a::-: 'Q ..::: - .... may : -:-- K sa ia:a X :.:.. Q .. Q1 -- .., 0 ' tv f- 0 my' ' 'ff 2 '-" "-' P W C eg Q 31 , 'jgjgj gzk ,.,.,., ,-.. A A x v p 'iw If wml , I' ' . X . -.I s ,N -19 . Q4 7 L, f ' lj 4 , v - -' fx . gg v ' 'X lv A I r f yi EU f f I M x21 Back row: Art Valdez, Jack Waldron, Bruce Wilson, Gilder Clary, Ben Hodges, Mike Keleher. Middle row: Keith Burns, Mart Servis, Jack Mulcahy, Ray Esquibel, Leon Palmisano, Ken Hansen, Dick Rinaldi. Mont row: Sonny Montoya, Sato Lee, Dave Syme, Byron Catan, Frank Torres, J im Black. 168 THE COACH Woody Clements is a coach who concen- trates mainly on body conditioning and perfecting and drilling his team as an unit. He has coached the Lobos since the end of World War II. Team records have varied greatly during that time when "old Car- lisle gym" has gotten older, rules have been changed, and scholarships have come and gone. Two years ago this big man was named Skyline Coach. 4:1539 In the game against NMMI, Dave Syme 1351 is in the air for the rebound while Jack Mulcahy 4511 and Byron Caton 1341 anticipate. Basketball at UNM has for the most part been a secondary sport. New Mex- ico has put little emphasis on basketball in comparison with other schools in the Conference. What Will it take for this sport to gain more importance? If a winning team will accomplish this, how can We get a Winning team? Discussion centering on these ques- tions usually includes three things: more attractive oifers to prospective players, a new field house, and interested fans to fill it. Bruce Wilson 1531 attempting to keep a New Mexico Aggie from making a shot, while Sato Lee is anxious to get his hands on the ball. 170 Jack Waldron 1451 in a little trouble-needing someone to X he can pass and Bruce Wilson 1533, UNM's heighth, ready to it come his way. This kind of stuff belongs on page 183. NU iii ie 54 is Three-legged race? Soccer? Kick it, man! Wrestling match in the air. That boy may climb to the , fs . 24 'Jw in sexy- fi Q5 H 3 gwg ,Eg bggnixuiz L ., 5 X i he - 3 , . 555 H s 2 A ,. . " waist Y :2 eg -sam., per wild scramble for the ball with Bruce and three Oklahoma 5 Aggie players but to no avail-the ball eludes them. The Lobos played some big name teams this year. Among' them was Utah, which found more competition in UNM than it had expected. At that game otherwise discouraged fans got their thrills and photographers got their best shots. There Was some good, fast, Well-played ball. While the big teams slaughtered New Mexico, fans marveled at the spirit of the Lobos and kept hoping for the big wins that would change the tide. na didn't score on that one. Lobo players got there in time to Open, empty arms. That's the way Arizona left us see that it went otherwise. The smiles tell the story! Coach Woody Clements and Lobos Jack Waldron 1451, Ray Esquibel 1421, Bruce Wilson 1531, and Mart Servis 1321 come away smiling after a ' win. A-i' :fx Lobo Jack- Waldron in the air trying to get the ball, as Bruce Wilson 1531 and Dave Syme 1351 wait. I 74 With the appointment of a new basketball coach for UNM, new play- ers, and possibly a new basketball policy, the Lobos have a new chance in the Skyline Conference next year. With a new start from several angles, there is a good chance for some spec- tacular cage results for 1956. New Mexico is making other advances. The Board of Regents has given an O.K. to an architect to draw plans for a new field house which will be con- structed in the near future. The season was not without in- terest. Jimmy Juarez, attired in a bellboy's uniform, presenting Utah basketball coach Jack Gardner a quart of milk in a pre-game joke. Coach Gardener is well known for his milk drinking during his games. Sato Lee doing the kind of stuff the fans like to see A A - ' ' FRESHMAN FOOTBALL George Petrol has a dual role with the Athletic Department. Besides his job as chief scout for the Lobos, he is freshman football coach. As such he finds the ability that is important to the Varsity team. Coach Petrol took the reins of the Wolfpups last season and did such a good job with them that he was head man again this year. His three assistants Were Jim Bruening, Manny Morales, and Dick Panzica. . W-H-J mf -wr H-qs ,fl aft ' 'R A' i f. ii s . ig , l . 5 1-,M-' .- - - e- - rf - ,s. , ' ' i W V ,-mf! a U , s kg si as a, ' H TV- 'v ,H .. A . qs. . ' . s rj J.. Q 1 ' - ' 'K aj , 13 H sjsfggg, . fi .fs H a . - was G' I new . -, - wr- ,s H . Ia.. P- -.aa Ba....1,..a-vw.. . , in ' rf. ickoff! The Wolfpups begin their three game season as they advance down the field against Pueblo Junior College. The stands were empty, but the spirit of the men on the field was there. 175 Baseball Back row Dick Camacho, Sheldon Raizes, Dave Neuman, Jim Necharo, Dave Quinlan, Ralph Duran, Buddy Cook, Bob Crist, Corky Morris, Marty Yochum, Gene Front row Jasper Ortiz, Jack Stobie, Bill Austin, Carter Mathies, Jim Economides, Dick Brown, Dave Zerwas, Keith Bruns, Roland Arrigoni. The baseball team, with a season record of five wins and seven losses, were in third in the Skyline baseball standings. George Petrol's boys had a fair season although the tally was heavy on the loss side. With the return of the Lobo mainsprings next baseball season could be better for UNM. -la!! Dick Brown, getting ready for the pitch, is the backbone of Lobo pitching staff. The second man from New Mexico to get a berth on the Skyline All-Star team is Carter Mathies, catcher for New Mexico. He walked away with first place in batting-fielding averages for the Eastern Division of the Sky- line Conference. This was Carter's last year at UNM. gig Jim "Lefty" Economides took a lion's share of the honors given in the Eastern division, Skyline Conference. Jim finished in first place in the entire division with his slugging percentage of .762. He was also one of the two Lobo ball players who was selected for the All-Star Skyline Conference team. A sophomore this year, Jim has an- other two years in the left field slot for the Lobos. Track Taking the high hurdles at Zimmerman Stadium are: Fritz Hageboeck of Colorado, Charles Lucky of Arizona, and Eino Jacobson also of Arizona. Sato Lee of New Mexico is behind Hageboeck. --fm:-was , mMw'f5zz-!f- 5 - K E.e.:y 5 of 5-M-4 Q . .mm mms gi Bobby Lee working out in the broadgump pit, trying for Dave Linder, preparing to throw the javelin. inches. 178 ff O l 1 'iefw:'r:?.f"" Q. ' ' 's. a practice session, Stan Bazant trying for distance with the shot. Sato Lee taking the low hurdles at a dead run. This year, the Lobo track team assumed the role of a leader in the Skyline Conference. For the first time since New Mexico entered the Skyline Conference, the track team won a division title. Coach J ohnson's boys ran away with the Eastern Division track title, and set their sights for the l Conference championship. With only four seniors among the '55 tracksters, the Lobos have a strong foundation for a future Winning team. .LE , 3 T F ' s iz T' HQ ' I - A ay, 1' ' 1 ' r' Lf' . - if 3' ,.,. fn. . - TW '11 ' . .xi ,A .lagfg X ' 'n H ' M- I ..,,5eE5f- , H Z2 23-2 3 . s' - , - - , ., 7 V - - 'f ' . 1 se i LV ' JfS'f"' M f.. - 42' 1 W v I. I V . v,1..,1- - a-N., H, I ggi ' I V ,q l . 1, .15 . W . , ., K - V. , WJ - f.. .. -- -V. .. i, . . .... :, .-.-.-. 1 .args . N . E.. F, -L E, , J ' 1 ru- T' 4- V - Q . i i .- L: - , :.-' vi . ,..., rf? F, ' . 59, - I . W U -1, . X' 'N ...: .. .. K .:.., . I -: -7 W 2 + 1, I 1. 21, N, 1, . , ' ,M , . , , -.15 J is 'UN . -- 'YF '4 -, . V f ff" 7' N-, f., P1 .1 X ,A ' 5 5 rf M 9 L f , , 2 J ..Z. i' r - ' 1-rv Y .-g-' ' ' is-' .. Q. D - " 3 52-fc - 1. A 1: . .. . -.L H? ' 1- .' l'.,i'1'i '-'ll' . - ' . ss sr .. C ' - , - f5sf5fr4'?i ' ..."' . 'L Q 1 V l gl Y 2' -. 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Although they finished with an unimpressive record of four Wins, six losses, and one tie, several of the matches were one-up. Last year, the team placed third in the Skyline Conference. Three of this year's team will return to UNM next year. O Coach Dick McGuire, Richard Cole, Bill Swope, Bill McKenzie, Wendell Nelson, Herb Wimberly Jr., Jerry Nesbitt Heffelman slicing through the water with a backstroke racing start. this happy man is the coach of swimming team, Coach Burley. Swlmmmg The Lobo swimming team was the smallest en- tered in the Eastern Division meets, yet they won the third place position. Each of the men who entered the competition in the meet placed. Two of the team members are graduating seniors: Ronnie Calkins and Craig Heielman. Ronnie Calkins really isn't going to drown g he is just a little water-logged. Three more members of this year's swimming team resting at the side of the pool: Don Hollis, George Udell, Mike Laine. 181 Tennis The Lobo tennis team has an impressive record for the '54-'55 season with 16 Wins and only one loss. Last year the team placed fourth in the Con- ference playoffs. This year, two singles players and two doubles teams were entered in the Conference meet held in Salt Lake City. iz ,:. W., , s Y W Y - ....s'f E '33-lli. ,Z ni wisiiffz W 1 s- N55-we ss? f -is . y , Y is - ,. J E M m E , sm ima B' M W sms H e Ewen el 2: is,.smgQS'2x1w,s1ssss H -gsssmlsesfwsg H B91 mx! d,mE'E:4ffg3,'88 Hiw H H2 me MSFSTS ' m M AK is , ,slam News Qixmym ,w sms rj .-was . mess Kam B 1 'En 'Qi-may fs- ,ses ,,, l ,, , Q l 4, , ., 1 .Ja :mg kms ? ' 'ss' .,.4- A g ,, . ' ,' r at ' - 35.3 or J 1 f- . gi?'3g'?ae.s.esle , ' ' ' ' gs was-s ,, mmm i Esau . -'I' E i, s as -, , ll H I! ::l:f'7'2. was '.,'ii'l'H uE:3l.' ills Us iN:l 'lf 5 l rl. H if can ,lzifljf 'I 'ci' "'i 1: 'elf 'ill-llel ., ,i ,E ll ' 'Q' ,1 2 . g,. . 1 4, . - . 11.4. Q w Le WL Paul Butt, top notch UNM tennis player keeps his eye on the ball. Other members of the team are: Paul Butt, Joe Ferguson, Bob Sanchez, Chuck Vidal, Glenn Kempers, Al - " Gibson, and Norman Ball. .ein -L .C It looks like Paul is trying a sit-down on Jim. Crainer on the bottom and Paul 'Tapia on top are fighting for advantaee. Wrestling n The Lobo wrestling team suf- fered a setback during the early part of the season when cham- pion Wrestler Paul Tapia was in- jured in a match and sidelined for the rest of the semester. Since there are too few teams in the Conference for good com- petition Wrestling at UNM does not now have the interest it may in future years. Back row: Conch Freddy Grant, Paul Tapia, Jim Cramer, Bruce 0'Neal, Ed Schenk. front row: Billy Sandlin, Art Ableson, Jack Neal, Ron Courtney, Jim Stevens. Intramurals E INTRAMURAL COUNCIL Back row: Arlin Cooper, Luis Gonzales, Ralph Duran, Art Duran. Middle row: Jack Graham, Dave Pletchas, Alfredo Gibson, Lee Kolb. D G d Jim Brooks fpresidentl Front row: ean o dard, 184 Swlmmmg ........................ ..... T Tenms ..... .... . Football ---- ---- Team Golf --,--. .... - Volleyball ..... .... 16 man relay Bowlmg .a,H .... - WINNING INTRAMURAL TEAMS Kappa Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsllon AFROTC Basketball .... .... , -Los Federales Sigma Chi Sigma Chi Team Track .... ..., - -Los Federales Sigma Chi Sigma Chi Playing tugboat? Hunh-uh. Save me! Wamen's Recreational Council WRC, composed of repre- sentatives frorn every W0rnan's group on campus, has the pro- motion of recreational activi- ties for all women students as its goal. During the year, the coun- cil has sponsored a square dance, basketball, volleyball, badminton, golf, tennis, bowl- ing, and softball tournaments, and participation in three sports days. ob' E7 , ,fi 1' H if 4 94597 I if gt ack row Markie Rutz Kay Leonard, Martha Iwaski, Jean Reardon, Sharon Roth. iddle row Llda Sisneros Sharon Terry, Nancy Wilkinson, Gracie Hernandez, Katherine Hines, Shirley Wall. ront row Betty Banks Dottie Harroun, Frances McGill, Teresa Cummins isecretaryj, June Ellison fpresidentl, Fran Patton ftreasurerb. 185 f.a.,Lj..If.gi1g' .',.,. W1 ,' ' , .,.,' ffl ---.7 -A f-.-5-Y-kfw - W -'-me .. . ,- - M , N xx , ' '- - w ' -1 M ' ' ,, .- 'iif f f We t ggj ' T I an K Q N I, . ix 3 X . WM ' MM. M -.., A , .. A ' '- L . - 1 W . ik'-"f..gw - ' , ff: gfefh- fP+w'p1fe-W fswml A fl ,,L,-wL33s,i2 W eff Tim K-1 ,1 .+.we'5 SW-4 1 4 FSA 4 Q--Q--M K, vw, r ' ' ' - lf , Tennis . . . with finesse. f.:l,. I K L' t EEN Now you gents form a star and circle to the left. Don't stop at any bar, but give blue eyes a heft. 186 Social Xt Living Groups The Tekes had their Roman event before Bermuda shorts became so popular-which only goes to show that knobby knees ale nothing new -27. a-'V - ,-V . ff. . , , .. , S- Thls wfis th Of Course , banquets, like this A walk-in breakfast proved that girls in all sororities pin up their hair at night. 188 One for SAE Founde 'u I., A-fr.: l, mascullne attire for the Sigma Chi formal. Guess the conversation topic was. s Day, ma.V disclose knobby elb ows. ...lb And this? To explain that the high wall around the Kappa Sig yard is to foster privacy for dunkings. nd again, there And times to be thoughtful, make decisions, as at a final rush party are times for sophistication at a social t th a e ADPi house. event. This was for the Tri Delt Pine Prance. W J be proud-when 3' nf' Q A when someone tears UNO the . dl s to Worry, be disguil?ke,S Estufa. - do. - Theta pledges to go Hy 21 lxltl-I '15 your group receives a plaque for service . . . to sit around and talk at another rush party, this time with activity. the Pi Phi's. 189 Inter-Fraternity Council OFFICERS The Inter-Fraternity Council's objective is to ad- Ted Howden --------------A--------------,---,--4- President Vance the interests of UNM, to promote Greek inter- .. 7- I- ' ' I u u n u Q Bob Wemlck """ """" X we Plesldents ests ln all phases of Un1vers1ty act1v1ty, to co-ordmate Herb Brunell i . . u Fred Maman -.-- Unnnnuu S eC1.etm.y fraternlty act1v1t1es, and to co-operate in drawing up Dick Powers ...,., ...... T reasurer rules fgr rush Week- Q - i ' fl K 1: .. .:- 9 if " 5 E v if-ng! FB? Q' m , lu? 2, G7 -'Y Raw! I' v, -w 3 . w-,' D A M'l- 2 If ,D Q ,H Standmg Larkm Smlth fTau Kappa Epsllonl Bob Wenrxck lDelta Sigma Phi, Gary Noss fslkmd Chxl Gale Hunkuby ILumbdu Chl Alphnj Jlm McFax'l'1nd Phl EDSll0hl Joe Don Cook IP! Kappa Alpha! Seated Fred MacNa1r Uxappa Sigma! Ted Howden KP1 kappa Alphaj Dlck Powers fS1gma Alpha EDSIIOD, Herb Bruncll fPh1 Delta Theta? Panhellenir Council OFFICERS Panhellenic Council, composed of two delegates Marky Rutz .......................,....., ..,.,.. P resident from each sorority, strives for a harmonious spirit Loy Sue Siegenthaler .i..,. ....... S ecretary , among the sororities on campus. The Council officers Sue Dormier .. .,..l...,....., ...i.. T reasurei' are chosen by rotation according to each sorority's founding on the UNM campus. Besides regulating rush procedure among the seven sororities, the Council holds a Workshop where awards are given to the sorority maintaining the highest scholastic average for the year. .V 3 ,A e ,.. f ,, T ,. .... - -l ?ek i 1 . ! -4.5 Q l 1 2 ki' A , or 'ii L 1-4 v: Sandra Schrom lPi Beta Phil, Jnn Allidi lAlphn Chi Omefrnl, Sharon Yenney lKappn Alpha Thetal, Sue Dormier fPi Beta Phil, Loy Sue Siegenthaler iChi Carolyn Phillips CAlphn Chi Omesml, Diane Pool lKuppa Alpha Thetaj, Peggy Hooper fAlpha Delta Pii, Janet Sue Gray iAlpha Delta Pij, Nancy Vann Kappa Gummal. w: Patsy Blair lKnppu Kappa Gummnh, Viriziniu Covey 1Chi Omegai, Marky Rutz 1Alpha Delta PiJ, Dean Clauve, Minta Sue Bunn lDel1:a Delta Deltah, Doro- s KDelta Delta Deltal. 191 n .C . I Alpha Chi Omega The Alpha Chi Omega whirl of social life included the annual Christmas Party for twelve cerebral palsied chil- dren, the winter formal, the Founder's Day Banquet, a spring formal, and a senior brunch. Alpha Chi members outstanding on the campus are: Vicky Mason-Mortar Board, Who's Who, Peggy Test- man-Rallycom President, Who's Who, Dorothy Thorn- ton-Phi Sigma Iota, Phi Gamma Nu, Beta Alpha, Teresa Cummins-Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Gamma Nug Charlene Mason-Spurs, Phi Kappa Phi, Sydney Schleppy-Spurs, Cheerleaderg Beverly Seeds and Cynthia Pacey-Spurs, Connie Giomi-Cheerleader, Carol Robbins and Wen- dell Woods-Freshmen Cheerleaders, Barbara Wess- Popularity Queen attendant, Connie Giomi-Paper Doll attendant. Y 5 E if 'fzfsgf 'li PLEDGES: Back Row: Joyce Demper, Margaret McCarty, Marilyn Butler, Margaret Peke Dot Bowy r Bet y Wh ttmgham Barbara W lh ms Rosulle Wright Middle Row: DiAnn Sander, Kajean Rumfelt, Carol Robbins, Jo Hupp, Mm lc. Lou Randall Ann Johnson Front Row: Caroline McSeverns, Vivian Vncquier, Mary Duncan, Wendell Wood Betty Rell 192 XL , 1 l X- Jane Blair Bertha Brmlt 5 .K . K . .Feresa Cummins Loral Johnson - 'C' , T as Q 'U I3 L n 4 l Z! 45' T - , ll 1 1+ K .. go W l,.. w Q l if 4 , wl- Thulia Freer Billie Tune Grizzell x ,f" Sheila Mills .r .G fs A.-X X if r..L9'Jf T Helen Gardner . G? Wx l A Elsie Kirkpatrick A Q. Q 'sg A' . J' 1 i 1 Connie Giomi 54 Q A-F. TLT? , W C :,: N C . f ,I Charlene Mason R 'Wah . . Carolyn Phillips 'Q' Jane Ann Stinnett Beverly Ochtcrbeck Cynthia Pncey Barbara Phillips gal-y XJ l , ,Q 7 X5 . ' Jun Summers Pei-Bly Testmun Donnie Welch 1717 Roma Avenue NE 6 I Barbara Wess I Alice Gore Gilder Gray Iul. :::,:.:., ,r,:s Q V ,:., As' - ' ..,.:,, T 9, 1 xl ' f' i"' C , Vicky Mason Barbara McCu1-ry w Beverly Seeds Sydney Shleppey DOROTHY THORNTON OFFICERS President ..,........ ...... D orothy Thornton Vice-President ........ Beverly Ochterbeck Corresponding Secretary ..Vicky Mason Recording Secretary ..........,. Gilder Gray Treasurer ,..,.,..,,,.........., Teresa Cummins Rush Chairman ...,........ Carolyn Phillips Social Chairman ..... ........ T halia Greer 193 Alpha neun Pi Included on Alpha Delta Pi's social calendar this year Were a fall open-house for all fraternity and sorority pledges, a Valentine house dance, an Easter Egg Hunt for St. An- thony's orphanage, and the Blue Diamond spring formal. A D Pi's active on the campus are: Markie Rutz-Panhe1- lenic President, Who's Who 5 Vera Rozdestvensky-Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Alpha Iota g Margaret Beaver-Phi Kappa Phi, Beverly Williamson-Cultural Committee, Mirage Art Editor, Shirley Irving-Mirage Organizational Editorg Lobo society columnist, World University Service President, Janet Sue Gray-Paper Doll Attendant, Spurs historiang Jo Ann Clauve-Sophomore Secretary-Treasurer, Spurs, Student Union Board, Shirley Teeter, Pattie Tate, Jean Reardon- Spursg d'Anne Woodman-Phi Gamma Nu president. Margaret Beaver Ann Burch 415- Nancy Burke Lu Ellen Camp National Founding: 1851 Local Founding: 1920 'Q PLEDGES: Back Row: Cindy Fabian, Renia Morris, Shirley Irving, Anna Vivizmi, Mary Jean Rose, Sandy Martin, Janet Williams. Front Row: Joan Schwartz, Arlene Hanosh, Janice Anthony, Fran Burke. 1 Q Q I Jessie Camus Ju Ann Clnuve Carol Cole Margaret Doherty Barbara Fee Pemry Hooper 1' Jackie Forde Janet Sue Gray Susan Heflin BEVERLY WILLIAMSON OFFICERS President .............. Beverly Williamson Vice-President .................. Markie Rutz Recording Secretary ....,. Peggy Hooper Treasurer ............................ Helen Ward Rush Chairman ..... ....... P eggy Hooper Social Chairman ............ Sheila Skinner Sylvia Killxxore Myra Ann Manton Suzanne Perry Sally Pfeiffer Jean Reardon Vera Rozdestvensky Margaret Rutz Sheila Skinner Carol Stone Mildred Tarpley Pattie Tate Shirley Teeter Helen Ward " A 111. , mf S . -l 241, , . J, i.1sg, A' e , , 1. ff . Ni -- r ' lg , 1 V I ,' -P' ,D , Z . x , ,,, f 5 ' . L "'T.'Gl'7':- d'Anne Woodman Jenn Ann Woodmxmsee Er, 423 University Boulevard NE 195 Chi Omega fs Chi Omega social activities this year centered around their house dance-"Coral Capers," their White Formal in Janet ufmseh Mary Ann cameron the spring, and the "Eleusian Banquet." In campus competi- tion they Won a first on their Homecoming float. Outstanding Chi Omegas are: Ricky Lamb-Varsity Queeng Barbara Mitchell-Homecoming attendant, Who's Who, Dottie Dickinson-Chief Clerk of Student Senate, Spurs, Alice Smith-Campus Improvement Committee, AWS treasurerg Gayle West, Joyce Perdue, Judy Huber, and Ginger Covey-Spurs. Marilyn Carson Virginia Cov National Founding: 1895 Local Founding: 1925 PLEDGES: Back Row: Stephani Berardinelli, Peggy Kauwling, Frances McCarthy, Gladys Nolagl, Barbara Reed, Honey Hardy, Ann Holt, Sue Pfeiffer. Middle Row: Ada Hanen, Pat Fanning, Linda Pollak, Marilyn Godfrey, Nancy Waivaburg, Johnnie Rhea Lyles, June Kuhnemunrl. Front Row: Sue Robinson, Alice Smith, Berwyn McKinney, Margaret Corry, Maridi Kimbell, Janet Harrison 196 '1 Tona Dnbbs Nnncy Davidson Dorothy Dickinson Ricky Lamb Abbey Nixon Nancy Overfelt Janet Evatt 1 - ., Martha Sell 73131 ill. Roberts Gatti Judy Huber Victoria Judah June Stehwien Shirley Patrick Joyce Purdue Jo Ann Pierson Shirley Platt Loy Sue Siegenthaler Ann Warner Gayle West BARBARA MITCHELL 1815 Roma Avenue N E OFFICERS President ....,........, Barbara Mitchell Vice-President .............. Tona Dabbs Secretary ........ ..... M arilyn Carson Treasurer ,.,.....,.. ......... R icky Lamb Rush Chairman .....,.... Bunty Nixon Social Chairman ...... Jean Glaze 197 Delta Delta Delta A second place Homecoming float trophy and a placque for outstanding Work in the Heart Fund collecting were re- ceived by Delta Delta Delta this year. Major social event was the "Pine Prancef' a Winter formal. Spring found the Tri Delts feting all senior women at their traditional Pansy Ring Tea and style show. Engaged girls were presented blue garters as they stepped through a huge ring of fresh pansies. Prominent Tri Delts on campus include: Ann Henning- Mortar Boardg Dorothy Lewis-Who's Who, Senior class secretary-treasurer, head majorette, Homecoming queeng Ann Lee Stranathan-Who's Who, Student Courtg Minta Sue Bunn-Spurs, Sophomore class vice-presidentg Martha Benge-freshman cheerleaderg Lu Ann Culley and Joan McCabe-Spurs. PLEDGES: Back Row: Marcia Keeler, Pat Palmer, Jo Haynes, Judy Gilbert, Barbara Bryan, Becky Taylor Jan Berrier Carolyn Blandfo ni. A.' X ls-I if -2-' I-2-' - ' 'x v Mintu Sue Bunn Nancy Burk National Founding: 1888 Local Founding: 1949 - V I' Front Row: Jo Anne Stevens, Louise Turner, Frances Woofter, Carol Kluver, Marcia Wright, Mary Claire Mason. :vip -2fffr : '4fff' 'M 3 ., l . . : . , , f .,,.,.A,, ' . -A M Lottie Beth Hedxrcoxe Weanelle Hedgqoxe Laura Daniel Winifruml Davis Barbara 'Hough Maxine McNett Marilyn McRae Muriel Pride ANN LEE STRANATHAN OFFICERS Ann Lee Stranathan .Weanelle Hedgcoxe Secretary .... Lu Ann Culley Lottie Beth Hedgcoxe Chairman .....,....i..... Gwen Wilson Chairman .......... Ruth Warhurst Myrna Widclifield Gwen Wilson Dorothy Lewis W D if Ginni Sweet 7 Joan McCabe 4 Ruth Ellen Warhurst Audra Wisdom Nancy Wpodruff ,, 1825 sigma Chi Road NE I V mmf' V A?-Y' L .xx xl -1. '33, V ,U .STQ 199 Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta placed second with house decorations in the Homecoming competition this year. Service projects of the group included a Halloween party for Saint Anthony's Orphanage, a dessert party for the Cerebral Palsy School, Christmas caroling at the hospitals, and soliciting for the Heart Fund. Theta members active on campus include: Anita Morris -Varsity Cheerleader, Popularity Queen Attendant, Thalia Armstrong-Majoretteg Sharon Yenney-Student Councilg Alice Sterrett, Jinny Ray, Maralyn Budke Ctreasurerj- Spursg Sharon Yenney and Dawn Peterson-Rodey Pro- ductionsg Shirley Wall-NROTC Queeng Susie Weitzel- UNM Cultural Committee, Marlyn Thomas-Varsity Girl attendant. A . me " X ,qi ., I 1 A X Y I X A , Georgia Benakis Susan Berg It 'lr 453 ' L-I qi Maxine Castillo Phillipine Dixon National Founding: 1870 Local Founding: 1947 1' za 2 2 PLEDGES: Back Row: Nancy Cotton, Kathleen Burke, Margaret Markus, Mary Lee Quirk, Louise Korn, Janet Maylafld- 2 Middle Row: Sand Morris Thalia Armstron Jud Christo her Dot Julian Harve Jean Peterson. Y , Z, Y P 1 y Y Front Row: Peg Mitchell, Sonja Lovald, Kay Snare, Kay Bennett, Holly Merki. 1 V lg! ' 25:1 1. l N" Gaylc Doyle Ann Ellen Lee A 'wr X A ,Y 1 mf Dawn Peterson f 5 Lois Stephens , Q. ,A I Shirley Wall I 'x .HA i I 'M Nancy Gordon Marietta Gurley ! I Linda Horton Francina Kercheville MARALYN BUDKE iw' Mnrthn Lownnce Kaye Martin Mary Jean Mattingly Anita Morris OFFICERS C 512,-. ,V A President ......,..,. .,.,....,.............. .,... M a ralyn Budke "H A B' 5 H Vice-President ......,,.,.. ,,,..., S usan Weitzel , V ' Recording Secretary .... ............. . .Diane Pool , ,H ,, Treasurer .................. ...... J eanna Mattingly ' 4 - 5' 1 " ' Rush Chairman ..... ..... S haron Yenney ' ' 'rf' Social Chairman .... ..... S hirley Wall Diane Pool Jinny Ray :Nj A ' ag' ff q . , '. 'ff' J Alice Starrett Murlyn Thomas Susan Weitzel Sharon Yenney 1801 Roma Avenue NE 201 Kappa Kappa Gamma The highest honor received by Kappa Kappa Gamma this year was the National Scholarship Trophy awarded at the Kappa Na- tional Convention. On campus the sorority Won first place in the Spirit Sing, third place for Homecoming house decorations, second place in the Women's division at Song Fest, and first place at Stunt Night. Kappa social calendar for the year lists a Kappa-Pi Phi picnic, the annual Kappa-Phi Delt football game, the Baby Triad, a winter formal, a party for under-privileged children, and the spring Triad. Kappas outstanding on campus are: Margaret Ange-Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Who's Whog Elaine Bush-Mortar Board, Who's Who, Student Council 3 Betty Folsom--Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Who's Who, Senior class vice-president, Pat Blair fpresi- dentj, Barbara Barnard, Mary Botts, Claudette Duplentis, Joan Heaton, Carol Ann Rainey-Spursg Carole Graham-Cheerleaderg Cleta Honeyman-Cheerleader, Popularity Queeng June Ellison- WRC president, Jeanette Swillurn-AWS vice-president, Commerce Council secretaryg Nancy Cone-Waterloos presidentg Janet Barnes -Rallycom secretary, USCF secretary 5 Zoe Ann Ballou-Paper Doll. . r Q se. 3,25 'fix 1 L.. f- X' ' an . ,J . 'r"T:r ' Jeanine Adams Sandra All Margaret Anne Barbara B I National Founding: 1870 Local Founding: 1918 1 I XA ' PLEDGES: Back Row: Jan Reeves, Kay Leonard, Mary Van Atta, Pat Fields, Jayne Merchant, Angela Loeffel, Liz Howarth. Middle Row: Ann Bateman, Charlotte Stevens, Nancy Fore, Carolyn Nielsen, June Mills, Suzanne Smith, Beverly Orr. Front Row: Luann Causey, Gail Fisher, Binky Corrough, Diane Holmes, Gail Olson, Jay Pin ' 202 'nv Janet Barnes Patsy lilnir Mary Botts Elton Byerly Bette Cmvens Betty Graham Carole Graham Maurine Gummels Judy Hubbard Millie Hyder Cornelia Magee Ann McCollum ii . de, 1 qu 'hx L Y N .. . , I , 'i P 1 All fl lx L J Shirley Slichmi .lcutieltc Swillum Jorprina Van Hyning Nancy Vann 221 University Blvd. NE Geynell Clark Nancy Cone Nancy Cooper 4 y we E Y S fe 'Gm -- li? Joan Heaton Cleta Honeyman Mona Howe , H MW: . if W I 'iU l' K :Qi - .. ' - M52 ff' " ' " s W B m 4 1 g Sqn- W 4 , K 1 W. Tiff K -ij .I K H ,., '. 3. s-If? ,.,,. 5 ffl 1 ...,,.J,.., . l ll iii H if Q it-f X. Carol Ann Rainey Helen Rogers n Ruhincam BETTY FOLSOM - OFFICERS 1 v E1 EA gf . Betty Folsom .1 President ............ ..... Geynell Clark .Elaine Bush Van Hyning H Vice-President ............. ..... ......, g Recording Secretary ...................,......, Corresponding Secretary ..., Jorgina Treasurer ,..,........................,..,......,... Ann Rubincam argaret Ange Social Chairmen ..Nancy Vann, Cleta Honeyman Rush Chairman .,,....................,.,,.., M 203 Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi won the Community Action award this year for serv- ice activities such as giving a Christmas party for the children at St. Anthony's Orphanage and working for the New Mexico Society for Crippled Children, SAE Thanksgiving Baskets Program, the Heart Drive, and the Veterans' Hospital. At Homecoming the Pi Phi's walked away with the sweepstakes float award, a first for house decorations, and a second place in the Spirit Sing. Social events included the Baby Triad, a western dance, the winter formal, and the Spring Triad. Outstanding Pi Phis are: Monica Silfverskiold-Spurs, vice- president of Cosmopolitan Club, Adele Brown--Who's Who, Mortar Board, Barbara Cunningham-Who's Who, Mortar Board, Student Council, AWS president, Sara Spoon-Who's Who, Joan Downey- Cultural Committee, Dottie Harroun-Spurs, Cultural Committee, Sue Dormier-Spurs, Rallycom treasurerg Jean Coll CVice-presi- dentl, Barbara Brown fsecretaryl, Sondra Schrom-Spursg Imo- gene Anderson-Rallycom vice-president, Martha Iwaski-Pre-Med Club vice-president, Sally Stringer-Junior class secretary-treasf urerg Gini Snetzer-AFROTC Queen, Varsity Girl attendant. fm 1-7'2" X Connie Ainsworth Nuncy Allnutt I-. A w ii , ,, If ur-. , . 4 me ,M 4, Kalb ' i . X!! , , A , Adele Brown Barbara Brown National Founding: 1868 Local Founding: 1946 PLEDGTBS : 'Back Row: Barbara Lagow, Sally Smith, Nancy Cartiledge, Aire Young, Gini Snetzer, Pat Matthews, Sondra Whitcomb. ' ' H t C IT wnsend Sand Davis Durelle Butler Nancy Knapp Terry Benton Mar 'o McDonough. Middle Row. Jane ous on, aro 0 , Y , , , . L Front Row: Willys Jean Keith, Toni Cella, Carol Cooper, Nancy Minces, Sally Goodrich, Jerene Fleck, Fran Bonnyman. 204 Julia Jane Chunt WDC' Sue Dormier Jenn Coll Donna Crook Barbara Cunningham Sara. Curtis Joan Downey ' 'Av- SARA SPOON Y, . A-an V, , - :.: A V ,..,. Jlbullff' Valerie Ernst Sonja Hanson 'Pr' iq' . 'SP' f , -1:3 l' A 4 Ni Q ' K X f- Q ' -1' I 4' 1 '-.44 'fs 'N ' . Q X . A Q Q 4 52, I lJ ml nxt m .L K, A ' .cr I I I Martha Iwnski -.sy Sondra Schrom 0 zl ' it I!! ., 1 l 2.1! ' Ruth Watkins Sandra Lockhart Betsy Peirce Shirlie Salvage r N' Ai: L X531 Dottie Harroun ALICE MORGAN OFFICERS lst Semester President ........,....,........................,, Sara Spoon Vice-President ............ ...... H elen Woodward Recording Secretary .... ......... V alerie Ernst Treasurer ..................... .,.... D ottie Harroun Rush Chairman .,...... ...... S ally Stringer Social Chairman .......................... Donna Wise 2nd Semester President ...,.......,........................ Alice Morgan Vice-President ............ ,.....,. S ally Stringer Recording Secretary ......v........,.... Julie Chant Treasurer .................,........ Imogene Andersen Rush Chairman ...... ......................, J ean Coll Monica Silfverskiolcl Susan Stranire Sally Stringer Social Chairman A--,-A ---4.-. C Onnie Ainsworth S ,fi ,Y i F wx A' F .X 1, Donnn Wise . it 1701 Mesa Vista Road NE 205 Delta Sigma Phi A Carnation Ball held December 4, at the Alvarado, Was the out- -' standing Delta Sig social event of the year. Marietta Hunter reigned as Dream Girl. Members who have distinguished themselves on campus are: Ted Raff--Student Senate Parking Committee Chairmang Robert Wen- ' 9 ..4 ' -,.4-1 rick-President of IFC, Khatali g Harry Birkelo-President of AFA. 1-ED RAP-F National Founding: 1899 OFFICERS Local Founding: 1947 President -'-"--'---" "-"'-'---"'-'-""--"""'-"'-' A-'--'--" T e d Vice-President ...... ........., R ichard Re Secretary ..,......... .....,.,.,..... F rank P Treasurer ........ ......... J oaquin De V l S Frank Bachicha Joaquin De Vargas ' 91 ag ir Bill Nickell Frank Parker Richard Reinert .... A . Q Gordon South Bradford Van Ness Robert Wenrick PLEDGES: Frank Ankeny, Donald Jeffas, James Wilkins 206 Lambda Chi Alpha A second place award in the National Chapter Scholarship Race was Won by Lambda Chi Alpha this year. In campus activity, Dick Camacho was president of Newman D1CK CAMACH0 Hrst Semester. OFFICERS National Founding: 1909 esident .............. ............................ R ichard Camacho L0Ca1FOunding: 1949 ce-President ........ ....... N orman Peterson cretary .......... .......... R oberto Batho 'easurer ......,...... .....,.... P aul Brunet sh Chairman ....... ........ G ale Huckaby cial Chairman ....... ....... K en Varner Robert Butho Paul Urunet Gale Hucknby Don McBride William Nelson Norman Peterson Ken Varner ES: Gene Sanchez, Peter Hendrickson, Lloyd Wall, Terry Drake, Marshall Adams, Max Salas 207 Kappa Alpha This year the Kappa Alpha's won the Student Spirit Sing, took second in Homecoming decorations and in Stunt Night competition, solicited funds for the Community Heart Fund, and aided the Gamma Globulin program. KA's hold the scholarship trophy for the highest scholastic average among the UNM fraternities this year. Social functions included the Winter Formal, the Tro- jan Holiday dance, and the Dixie Ball featuring the selec- tion of Miss New Mexico of 1955. Outstanding members on campus this year include: Wallace Deckert-Air Force Honorary Societyg Jim Ferguson-Associated Party Chairman, Khatalig Vince Gormley-Junior Class Vice-President. PLEDGES: Back Row: George Olcott, David Morgan, Charles Batsel, Dave Rice. -li M 0 Front Row: Ted Foley, Preston Jones, Don Isbell, Dick Gaffney, Earl P k J Du t H ry M 208 Wally Deckert l xi 7 . " 6, ii l Tom Dickerson ,l, 1,1 -nf i H-I ' 5 Ju, 'V ' ' ' ' A iii 45 Q A xg," ' - '.. NH., A .1 i -of", " . 'A . , . I . Tom Fulton Vince Gormley 2 V Q gf" A ' A f. . 1 N31 ff il , ' 1 'Y l iston Leyendecker Bill Madden ,.,,.x Y., -.pf - J im Perry H '10 :ii 'p V .V . . i-if Herb Wimberly nrry Pomeroy 1- R Y v l Bob Wortmari Henry Edwards .,. .r J Esta Grissom .,- Len McIntosh l 1 . 14 :J f Chuck Randall .. if-1: :,, .M es In Louis Edwards is zlz f, X W if E fig l i V A H Wayne Hisey . rl' Y Dave Metzler 4, r' F I' N! 2 if Larry Ross H. 5 K M ., 1 W v 93 . . ,zfsk-, 2 W R ,wwe 1 sms E:-m , f, Ralph Fulk r. M - . lf... X ., B 2-: - x If .3151 .,., f 'znul l S We 4 W 2 ,Q , N 1 ' L? W H me .Ml 'i H V W M 1 is N, ,. . K S x .WW Bill Hurley H ,. A E B EEE, ir 4 " E a. 1 HB1 - as . H if g i. ' :Q Jim Milling E , - ' f iz.:-5 5 , me , liniii -23: .iff --j"5' Bill Sanford 1 . Q ' , ge ,M JERRY GILLETT OFFICERS President ........... ...........Jerry Gillett Vice-President .......... Jim Ferguson Secretary ........ ......Vince Gormley Treasurer ..................... ...Ron Bowra Rush Chairman ........ Willie Madden Social Chairman ........Dave Metzler M ? R. . n gi 2 fi? 'i' fl ma H .4 - f L E 'MM M ' E lm Q .. 1-1 X 'K . ..:.f:::1':' ., :5 :' , N E Zz: ,h ll: V Q X4 . -. W L ' Q2 -'-' . fr 5 , M rp :.: u:. ,cl .. ' .:. A m 4 I I SFI, .iw -P V- X N . -1 wg" " W, X-fl-1 H l, fgu .,.-1 L, gm: gm, M mlfggiiazi i if W. xii.. ,mf 4 g 4 fy, H if . I 2 I E4 .i U, S 5 V W ' 2 :3:-- f-2'.g.fQ:. :L 5 ,:. - H 8 .:. W- :.:,.: 3- 2 W .. C git- if Tf Z Y ,, h . 9' -PW, ., Sv- X Zi. -,: L N L size, . HEL E xi A ' ,NJ e M 'S A 1635 Roma Avenue NE 209 Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma activities this year in a civic vein were the third Spirit Day program, a Christ- mas party for an Albuquerque orphans' home, and collections for the Heart Fund. Major social functions were a Winter formal, the Poverty Ball given by the pledges, and the Casa Lopez dance. The outstanding members of the Kappa Sig chapter are: Bob Burns-J ack of Heartsg Carter Mathies-Lobo baseball letterman of the year, Student Councilg Bruce Johnson and Louis McKee -Chi Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phig Bob Werner-Sigma Tau, Chi Epsilong Allan Aldous-Kappa Psig Patrick Heard-Pi Sigma Epsilong Ronnie J aeger-football letterman 5 Gor- don Stout-Varsity trackg Garnett Burks-Varsity debateg Bob Bogan-Fiesta Variety Show Chairmang Fred MacNair-IFC Secretaryg Vaughn Bush-SUB Hospitality Committee Chair- mang Manuel Sousa-NROTC Pistol Team Captain. Al Altima Max Crook Bill Davis Tom Diehl John Duff PLEDGES Barie Fritz Frank Hale Jordan Leake Marvin Lopez Bernard Maynes Jack Simons James Smith Allan Sprengler Sam Sperry Bill Taylor National Founding: 1869 Local Founding: 1924 Rudy Salazar Jerry Adkisson Alan Aldous 'Z w. 2 .ii C222 ,, j it ,. .,.,,,,. ,vR.,lr,j,,,, A Bob Bagan Don Breech Garnett Burks Bob Burns Dave Burton Vaughn Bush Tom Cochra Buddy Cook Dave Devoe James Dui' John Eagen Pat Heard D. D. Heath Craig Heffel Vernon Kerr Fred MucNnir Carter Muthies Malcolm Mitchell Louis McKee Jack Riddle James Rogers Don Seitz Thomas Stephens Fred Stinson Gordon Stout Rodolfo Ulilmrrl Muck Waller Charles Weaver Jim Weber Y I ul C 5 A . V, cf. . , , w ,, f' . V 13, ,, N.. it -, ,V -2155" 'A 1 ,e 'rl W: 5 " Bob Werner Dick Wespiser Jim Williams Byrn Witt David Swearingen Herb Temple M. R. Trumble OFFICERS , lst Semester Y ' President ....,.,..........,.....,.,........... ...... D on Ducoff Vice-President ..... ..... G ordon Stout Secretary ........ ......,.. J im Weber ' Treasurer .........,.. ...... M anuel Sousa Rush Chairman ..... .,,,. F red McNair Social Chairman ......................... ....,.. H ank Kerr President ........... ..Keith Wilson Vice-President ,... ...... M ack Waller Secretary ........ Treasurer .....,,.., Rush Chairman Social Chairman Garnett Burks .....Don Breech ....,..Pat Heard .......Bob Burns . -we N X A 7 W " si I . 1 ' yi,-,il ' 13 'L J F , . Xie...- s T. S., 505 University Boulevard NE 211 Phi Delta Theta Three big social events highlighted the year for Phi Delta Theta: the Blue and White Formal held in the fall, the Sup- pressed Desire party, and the Half Formal held in the spring. Phi Delta Theta aided the local Heart Fund by selling tickets on a doll house. Outstanding Phi Delts are: Felix Briones, Sylvester Chum- ley, William Gardner, Cameron McKenzie, and Ken Hansen- Khatalig John Poorbaugh, Ernie Bruss, and Dick Drake-Vigi- lantesg Herb Brunell-AIEE President, IFC Vice-President, Who's Whog Felix Briones-Student Senate President, Student Body Vice-President, Who's Whog Ken Hansen-Intramural Council Vice-President, AIA President, member of Athletic Ad- visory Board, Phi Kappa Phi. ' . a sm , .1 3- if l Y ' 5 A Jug I - wwf' P X Ernie Bruss Felix Briones ,, 8 ' t K , '74 S pg V, 2 W , ' L -55 '-, sv -.,. , elif! F if f FQ , , ,el Nj.. E Bob Baker Don Bozeman National Founding: 1848 Local Founding: 1946 in Pu 1 1 PLEDGES: Back Row: C. D. Bryan, ' Middle Row: J. D. Strode, Tony Predock, Ron Blake y, uve mert, i e weeney, Chuck Doughdri Front Row: Paul Raymond, John Barnes, Max Prelett, Ed Borce, Jerry Apodaca Bill McCall, Don Worth. Norman Goff, Gene Bearau, Don Hosner, Bert Lellbetter, Vince Perma l D E M k S ll ,TI MUS an 1' -r 7 ' 'Q 1 W U . . . t, ., T . .-w "A l x ,' l 4 Charles Carlson Syl Chumley Kerry Constan Richard Drake , f 'av 6 N 5 k , A uf I ' 'J NV ,Lu V , f ,1 x . Al Jim Garretson Ken Hansen Jim Harper Charles High go at 'vs 'Ms N -' , c , '. ' I -,vt lx ' 1 Xt ' x K . Ralph Park Tom Pettit John Poorbangh Wayman Robertson 3-T' 'rf'-: '75-if .- V is , ,H P1 f q T'1 , Sl' -I w 'lv 1 , z- - ' ' V ' X A , . -" l R 1 o A Russell Schwers Morris Smgner John Teeter Don Woodward J If l ' I f. E-4-ff fif- r Q i ' -. .l. .- . QP! ...Q l " , i . , 1705 Mesa Vista Road NE 4Ar.hh - f'!'2,l::1,::w3IZE.::'3EQ:-.'I:::g.:..:.3 .. , , su R : '- .-1 -,, , :s- .:::.:.p , i' , , , ...... Y . H 1 3 1 x 53 f F if 41 2 5 ,ms - Q Q 4' 4 L I , X A L .,,.,,,.:,.,.,. ,., . it 5 , X l Frank 'Ewing Dave Faw . -2. ag 52 4 'R f H e Q 5:5 . , ' fl I K . Bill Gardner Joe .Tenike Fred Mossman Ron Nelson wk Sill-' rf wi 1" . fran Y rg ra M ,,7,,,,Ti K ravi- vc! , -fer f , L, - J 1 +., nw 5 'z I ,.,.,.,, XV, is , f:::: Paul Rose ,V f if x -- E' a ' lf ,.f'5i'lf -2 , , wil , 'wr 1,3 'JF s il .. PETE SCHRAM an X i "il " .,...: ..,, . rli... S7511 ,A., 1 e"' 4 l f 7, 1,, , Q l 1 l X HERB BRUNELL OFFICERS lst Semester President v..................... ................ P ete Schram Vice-President ...... ,....,, H erb Brunell Secretary .........,... Treasurer ., ........... .. Rush Chairman .... ,,.....John Teeter .....Sy1 Chumley ......Ken Hansen Social Chairman ..,..................,,,,.,. Ron Nelson 2nd Semester Vice-President Secretary ...,,.,... Treasurer ............ Rush Chairman ..... Social Chairman ...... President ...................................... Herb Brunell .....,F1'ed Mossman .......Ron Durkel ......Ernie Bruss .......Ron Nelson .......Chuck High 213 Pi Kappa Alpha This year at Homecoming Pi Kappa Alpha was awarded third place for house and float entries. The annual Dream Girl dance was held in January at the Hilton with Marlyn Thomas being chosen as Dream Girl. The Hi Jinx costume ball Was held in April with the theme being "Prohibition," The District convention of chapters from New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado was held at the Estufa this year. Outstanding members are: Ed Fitzgerald-Alpha Kappa Psi Presidentg Bruce Doyle-UNM Press Club Presidentg Ted Howden -IFC President, Student Council, Who's Whog Jim Brooks-Intra- mural Association President. , ,AQ . Don Brooks nf, w 5' D Jim Brooks National Founding 1868 Local Founding: 1915 PLEDGES: Back Row: George Ruoff, Jack Wheeler, David Burleson, Harvey Dunn, Norman Maisel, Bill Hitchcock, John Anderson Middle Row: Dale Shaeffer, Harold Eitzen, Bryan Boggs, Leonard Goodell, Mark Marchbanks, Chuck Lockhart Front Row: Jerry Clauser, Mike Meyer, Bob Hill, J erry Hooper, Don Martin '214 Joe Don Cook Joe Linman .nm White l T535-.rr r - ' f . GBE C -1 .. . .. m,.,,,,,i . Bruce Doyle Herb Hartman Bill Lee 7 . . ' di R t 4' 544, .- John McCrory Glen Turner Frank Westfall s. 4 I . , A . , V, 4 -, K A . i 'lf ' 1 Jim Williams OFFICERS lst Semester President .......................... Edward Fitzgerald Vice-President ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,. Secretary ......,,,.. ,,,,,, Treasurer ...,.,,.,..., Rush Chairman ...... ..... Social Chairman ...... 2nd Semester .Jim Williams Bob Campbell oe Linman .Julian Garcia ......,..Bill Gore P1'6Sid9I1f ...................................... Ted Howden VlCB-P1'eSldel'1iL ..... ,,,,,,, J ulian Garcia SeC1'eta1'y ........... ......, R ichard Sie Treasurer ............. .,........ J im White R11Sl1 Chairman ...., .,,,.,, J ulian Garcia Social Chairman ...... ..,......Bil1 Gore TED HOWDEN ED FITZGERALD ,,,,. ,.. My-',-1: r , .L f 43. 600 University Boulevard NE 215 Sigma Alpha Epsilon A Winter Formal, Founder's Day Banquet, the Ca- lypso, steak fries, and picnics were included on the SAE's social calendar this year. SAE's active in campus activities are: Marlin Pound- Commerce Council President, Senior Class President, Khatali, Who's Whog Herb Nations-Khatali President, Who's Who, Kaiser Michael- Student Court Chief Jus- tice, Who's Who, Khatali, Newman Club President, Steve ReVeal-USCF President, Mirage Business Manager, Who's Who g Dave Holt-Vigilantes g James Morris-WUS Vice-Presidentg Dick Powers-Homecoming Chairman. Outstanding SAE's in sports 5 Marlin Pound, Bill Chap- lin, Bill Wagner, Ronald J elosek-football, Gilder Clarey -basketballg James Cramer-wrestling fcaptainlg Joe Ferguson, Solomon Montoya, Gene Gallegos, Robert San- chez-tennisg Bill Wagner-track, Dave Quinlan, Jim Economides, Dick Brown-baseball. National Founding: 1856 Local Founding: 1946 if J 0 ? ,, i 5 Q L Bill Amorous Ken Anderson Arthur Anstine g ,Y ' Al Ray Carroll John Brassfield Jack Barhoff WW ,Pi at E B111 Chaplin Jim Cramer Chuck Dickinson Fred Dyer Bob Fellalmum Breck Glnscock Joe Henry +5 PLEDGES: Back Row: Don Teegarden, Bill Otto, Bill Hunter, Joe Ferguson, Roger Barnhart, Ross Easterling, Tim Elsbrock, Ron Jelosek, Chuck Vidal, Ted Cliff Caster Front Row: David Sutherland, Sonny Montoya, Ben Clegg, Fred Shaver, Jerry LOHSGDV-laugh. Gene Gallegos. Rolfe Black 216 .-ur Vg C'- 45, Edwin Herbert Noel Hofmnnn Dave Holt Paul Johnson Wilkins Kimbrough W. N. Kirkpatrick Lee Kolb 43+ l Kaiser Michael Dnve Miller Bill Moulds Herb Nations Jim Newton Ken Tyson Bill Wagner R . X! x. I Dick Novariu Steve ReVeal ,i V "5 X l ffl.s7.'I.a A -5 ' A A ' ar Roland Payne John Phillips Dick Powers Dave Bill Rourke Bob Snnchez Jack Stahl ui' I 1, 1-7 up -:'le---L-:ueLzuimr-A--- -AY ul' 'S 'ifialilillal 1811 Mesa Vista Road NE Quinlan Dave Warren Paul Yrisarri MARLIN POUND FRED MCCRACKEN OFFICERS lst Semester President .......................... Fred McCracken Vice-President .... ........... D ick Novaria .,,,....Will Kimbrough Treasurer .......... Rush Chairman ...... ....... K aiser Michael Social Chairman .... ..........Jack Stahl 2nd Semester President .......,........................ Marlin Pound Vice-President ....,. Dwayne Longenbaugh Secretary .,........ ........... C huck Dickenson Treasurer .........,.,. .......... B ill Moulds Rush Chairman ..... ,..... B ob O'Brien Social Chairman .... ....... J im Newton 217 sigma chi Social highlights of the year for Sigma Chi were the Black and White Formal at which Geynell Clark was chosen the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, the annual Spring Formal, and the Klondike. The Sig's notched first place in the Song Fest, a first for their house and float Homecoming entries, and a first in Stunt Night competition. Outstanding members include: John Morrison-Rhodes Scholar, Who's Who, Student Court, Bill Keleher-Student Council, Who's Who 5 Bob Matteucci-Sophomore Class Pres- ident, Gene Samberson-President of Vigilantes 3 Mike Kele- her-Publications Board. Outstanding in sports are Ray Guerette, Erwin Thomson, Bruce Black, footballg Ray Esquibel, Jack Mulcahy, Mart Servis, basketball. -ng, '69 Jerry Adams Rendell Aletander Robert Alexander Douglas Balcomb National Founding 1855 Local Founding 1916 ee i A L. fr PLEDGES : 218 L ', C C xii 1 ' ,r X Back Row: Richard Turner, Frank English, Jim O'Brien, Roger Fryer, Frank Vaughn, Dave Petersen, Lefty Thomson, Jack House, John Booker Third Row: Secundino Sandoval, Paul Smith, Lee Davis, Joe Patterson, Jim Curd, Wayne Faucett, Bruce Black, Samuel Wood, Ted Podleski, Larry Second Row: Bob Bricker, Frank Stone, Mike Welch, Lynn Parker, Jim Meadows, Wayne Kempenaar, Pete Cunningham. Ray Guerette Front Row: Norman Muggelston, Dud Bower, Jim Williams, Don Garcia, Bill McClean, John Keleher Rick Ball Gury Beals Ervin Betts Gene Blickenstafl' ,. -- Q 54-,p N -177 fl... pf , . . Jack Carnahan Bob Boyle Richard Bryan Wally Bisbee sl H Y 1: un fi 1: T .. H l x l X , l l Bob Cardenas T' Charles Cates Jack Chisholm Bob Crist OFFICERS lst Semester President ......,..v..................,........, Keith Burcham Vice-President .... ....... J ohn Morrison Secretary .......... ............... G ary Beals Treasurer ........... ....... D ouglas Balcomb Rush Chairman .... ............... S am Jack Social Chairman ...... ...... R ick Sneddon Pledge Trainer ...........,.................. Jack Carnahan 2nd Semester President ......,..........,....................,. John Morrison Vice-President .... ............. G ary Beals Secretary ....... ........,.......... P at Haley Treasurer ......... ...... D ouglas Balcomb Rush Chairman .... ................ M art Servis Social Chairman ..... ....... R andell Alexander Pledge Trainer ..... ........... M ike Keleher KEITH BURCHAM Jerry Dahlquist Jim Dellolt Roy Downey Jim Durrett JOHN MORRISON fe L, r- A1 f L ' g P , my 4 . . l ,- i' U f' 7 ' ' ., J V 1' , 'iv ' 9 ', J' P" F 3 V is -4 ,. l H . .:,'.2p'gft153.. it L I i I , I '- ffm Ray Esquibel Robert Gates Pat Haley Alan Harmon Bill Keleher Mike Keleher Bob Koontz 219 Buzz Ludwick John McCormack Clyde McDonald Mike McNevin Dale Mackey Robert Matteucci Newton Mitchell ' -' if .ug 1 I :mr ,. 7 film' w ' X -' iw ' V 5 ' - ,L l - ',- 1-. TTL i l 1' 533:12 K H w ill 1 l A 9' A Charles Mohr Jack Mulcahy Gary Noss Ron Propper Phil Rogers Gene Snmberson Clark Schaifner n-. IEIQ Roy Schock Mart Servis Don Smith Rick Sneddon Amos Stone Jim Turner 2 1-Je' " 1- fxfifif W. ' ww ' A Q -15517553 1, fEt2rT"J :W 14, A lx iw H Qi' ' 1 I . x L 'w ' 1 721 Yale Boulevard NE 0 Joe Wakeen Jim Wilson ,1' Richard Yalvle 57 Sigma Phi Epsilon Q scholarship for 1953-54. BOB SHOTOLA Vice-President .. Secretary .......... Treasurer .......... Rush Chairman Social Chairman 1 Q fl' 1-P -1 Q m ,, s E. sl we 'LEDGES: Buck Row: Dave Huwley, Bob Norton, Charles Williamson, Lyle Mann Front Row: Bob Humble, Bernie Higgins, Armando Chavez Pat Bennet l will fJ'. ' L" -u'1- 'Y . , .-'T:.-' ' 1-JT' 4- ' V - " 1- :, " .' ' ff' ir :., qiihn gti-am rAiv,U.,.n...,:1:Jv, Aww,-Q:,l. ' , , ,. 1, ., .w,Cf1'fi, ?,f 1.V:m2,. a.si.,,Mg !:?ag I ' ' , , . .t , K ,I I Y mg., , Lau rence Foor 1901 Las Lomas Road NE Wilkie Miner President .................... Pledge Trainer ........... The Apache annual spring costume ball, the spring for- mal, and a swimming party and dance constitute the social events of Sigma Phi Epsilon. To Robert Dierman goes the distinction of receiving the fraternity's Dobach award for National Founding: 1901 Local Founding: 1929 OFFICERS . ....... Bob Shotola ............. Bob Foley ......Bob Dierman ....... Wilkie Miller .......Bob Dierman Kunkel .Jack McClelland Robert Dierman ack McClelland 221 . NH Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon's fall semester was highlighted by the Carnation Ball held at the Franciscan Hotel, at which Roberta McPeters was crowned Sweetheart and attended by Patty Stewart and Ellen Toynton. Dick Long- man was Ugly Man for the March of Dimes. The Poverty Ball and Indian Dance ended the semester. The Tekes began the spring semester by copping two first prizes in the Heart Fund Campaign. In late spring the first Teke-wacade, a water show, was held at the University Swimming pool. Final social event of the year was a Roman toga dance given by the pledges. Teke notables on the campus are: Robert Beal-spring A Phi O presi- dentg Brooks Ambos-fall A Phi O presidentg Larkin Smith-A Phi O vice- presidentg Ron Curtis-Lobo night editorg Dick Longman-Vigilantes Mike Laine-SUB Program Directorate. Local Founding: 1950 TED TRISTRAM OFFICERS Ted Tristiam Ron Curtis Laikm Smith Geoige Honeycut Charles Stevens Jon Easley B1 ooks Ambos President Vice President Secretary Treasurei Rush Chanman Social Chairman Pledge T1 ainer Clyd Ak d B ook Ambo t Nz' 5 National Founding: 1899 'H-uf Sigma Phi Epsilon scholarship for 1953-54. BOB SHOTOLA 1 in Vice-President .. Treasurer .......... Rush Chairman Social Chairman 74,-I Back Row: Dave Hawley, Bob Norton, Charles Williamson, Lyle Mann Front Row: Roh Humble. Bernie Higgins, Armando Chavez President ..................... Pledge Trainer ......,.... The Apache annual spring costume ball, the spring for- mal, and a swimming party and dance constitute the social events of Sigma Phi Epsilon. To Robert Dierman goes the distinction of receiving the fraternity's Dobach award for National Founding: 1901 Local Founding: 1929 OFFICERS .......Bob Shotola .............Bob Foley .,...Bob Dierman Secretary ............. .. ....... Wilkie Miller ................Bob Dierman .........Bill Kunkel .Jack McClelland Pat Bennet Robert Dierman 3:2-5,-.prrhl . J xv- ,f f A. ,Q x 1 .. ,. , in V ' fs I' ' I J Elf U .iz is Q ggi' 1-Le: , Lawrence Foor Jack McClelland L 1901 Las Lomas Road NE ' Wilkie Miller 221 , 2 . sv Tau Kappa Epsilon M Tau Kappa Epsilon's fall semester was highlighted by the Carnation Ball held at the Franciscan Hotel, at which Roberta McPeters was crowned Sweetheart and attended by Patty Stewart and Ellen Toynton. Dick Long- man was Ugly Man for the March of Dimes. The Poverty Ball and Indian Dance ended the semester. The Tekes began the spring semester by copping two first prizes in the Heart Fund Campaign. In late spring the first Teke-wacade, a water show, was held at the University Swimming pool. Final social event of the year was a Roman toga dance given by the pledges. Teke notables on the campus are: Robert Beal-spring A Phi O presi- dentg Brooks Ambos-fall A Phi O presidentg Larkin Smith-A Phi O vice- TED TRISTRAM presidentg Ron Curtis-Lobo night editorg Dick Longman-Vigilantesg Natlonal Foundmg i 1899 Mike Laine-SUB Program Directorate. Local Founding: 1950 OFFICERS P1'esident ......................,.................. ....... T ed T1'1Stl'2.nl Vice-President ....... ............ R on Curtis Secretary ............. ........... L arkin Smith Treasurer ............. ....,.... G eorge Honeycut Rush Chairman ....,. ,...... C harles Stevens Social Chairman ........ ............. J on Easley Pledge Trainer ....... .......... B rooks Ambos Clyde Akard Brooks Ambos Martin Barnett 6. Wivx V ' Michael Brady Eib Dawson Jon Easley Jim Freese George Honeycut Ted Kittell Tom Lief W-' ' fam.l M ga a ww Edward Mould Manuel Sauceclo g '--- - ' ' ------ :5. A ' ia.. 5 ' A . - .,... R3 if 6 I' A, . W iiE::i:. " 3 N il V J Q -' --:- -I .. Y .,: - ii , Zi, , 3 E. , Lo- X A Larkin Smith Charley Stephens PLEDGES: Back Row: Bruce Jagger, Jack Satosuck, Philip Cyr, Dick Blake Front Row: Davis Mitchell, Don Lewis 222 Norene Miller FLORA MAESTAS Lou Scrna OFFICERS Lily Trujillo .1 1' 1 I1 i 51, -Q Q1 ES: Back Row: Priscilla Brito, Mndelyn Smith, Muriel Girschirk, Mary Phrateres This year Phrateres participated in such campus activi- ties as Homecoming, the Heart Fund Drive, registration, and the selling of programs at football games. On the social side, Phrateres entertained campus men at two open housesg held an informal dance with the theme "Rhapsody in Blue," and held its annual "Club Night Owl." Outstanding members on the campus are: Norene Mil- ler-Mortar Board, Who's Whog Flora Maestas-WUS Secretary. President .....,....,.,......,............,... Flora Maestas Vice-President .........,.i.......... Betty Lou Serna Secretary and Treasurer ,Sherrill Echhouse Social Chairman ,..............i........ Norene Miller Lou Stognen, Roberta Keys Front Row: Velma Martinez, Simmie Romero, Eleanor Scott, Teresita Maestas, Lida Sisneros 223 , ,Q .v if Q -.f qw' Q 1 9 isa. ik ' 2 l-1 5 l 5 lbs 2 1 i l PLE Town Club Town Club members, throughout the year, were actively engaged in such activities as the Thanksgiving Kidnap breakfast, a party with the alumni, two open houses with University men as guests, the annual Easter breakfast with alumni, alumni coffee honoring the outstanding sopho- more, Founder's Day at which, this year, Miss Elizabeth Elder-sponsor of 15 years-was hon- oredg and the Spring Formal. The Town Club community service project was the visiting of children in the various city hospitals. Outstanding members of Town Club include: Edna Christensen-Mortar Board President, Who's Who, USCF Cabinet, Gloria Silva-Kappa Omicron Phi Presidentg Nancy Johnston- SUB Program Directorate, Barbara Frederich-SUB Radio-TV committee. .R i . , . T .aff .J-ao" DGES: Back Row: Nancy Cole, Wilma Snare, JoAnn Lockridge, Beverly 0'Neal. Front Row: Marjie Endrus, Sue Lackey, Pat Cross, Betty Slayter 224 S-' Brown Edna Christensen Joan Cook Jane Day 1.-yy Barbara Frederich HT i ?' 1 H 252: ,,.. l Geer Pm. Gloss Dorothy Gorry Nancy Johnston .V-vrg' - 1 -an .gi l A ,api Q1 . Silva Betty Smith Francine Smith Jo Anne Morrer President ........... 1 Vice-President .,.. Secretary .....,..... Treasurer .......... ...... OFFICERS Social Chairman ..,,..... Program Chairman ...... ELLANORA SHAW .....,.E11anora Shaw ..........Betty Smith ....,..Ma1'ga1'et Ellis ......Prisci11a Lucero ......Nancy Johnston ............Jane Day Bandelier Hall Z Row 1: Velma Martinez, Barbara Bergin, Thalia Armstrong, Nada Tangevay, Suzanne Smith, Kay Liesse, Simmie Romero. Row 2: Priscilla Brito, Marilyn Johnson, Mary Lou Stogden, Adelaida Sisneros, Jo Hupp, Diana Mitchell fpresidentl, Gule Torbert, Margaret Smith. Row 3: Elizabeth Corrough, Dianne Sanders, Carol Priesnitz, Marilyn Wegener, Gail Olson, Margaret McCarty, Pat Fanning. Row 4: Pat Palmer, Lurae Tecklenburg, Nancy Cartlidge, Pat Huenergarclt, Dot Bowyer, Barbara Gossett, Joetta Northcutt, Marilyn Turnage, Joyce McDough, Mary Ferguson, Janet Harrison, Kajean Rumfelt, Nancy Gentry, Vivian Oman. s,1 -9 I Row 1: Delores Salazar, Pat Fields, Berwyn McKinney, Margaret Coury, Joan Davis, Joyce Miller. Row 2: Rosetta Martinez, Jane Merchant, Judy Gilbert, Margo McDonough, Johnnie Rhea Lyles, Janie Louder, Lucia Salcido. Row 3: Lynn Goldfarb, Glenda Hapes, Gerene Fleck, Lorna Richardson, Louann Causey, Fran Burke, Roberta McPeters, Nancy Cotton, Barbara Hester. Row 4: Carol Townsend, Joanne Stevens, Rebecca Taylor, Judith Woody, Grace Culver, Mary Ann Clark, Kay Bennett, Margaret Markus, Mickey Wright, Car Mary Duncan, Mickey Weyersberg, Dianna I-Iolterman. 226 olyn Dorm D Dorm D joined with the other dor- mitories in planning the dorm Formal I l"'Yu, . . fi 1 " , during the first semester. Its progect WK., during the second semester was read- " U 5 ing to a blind student. As upperclassmen most of the resi- dents are active in campus activitiesg many of them are leaders on the campus. smiles. The plumbing and the telephone in Dorm D QD for condemned by the residentsj are in satisfactory operation. N or ,vwaeeae-as '- - -sewn:-ffiagg, ,,, 5 is Q " an A, ws w'me,.g- 14 ,av i 5? Q1 - "H . 1 7L':'if' 3" g Barbara Cunningham. Alice Eaton, Lita Vifzil, Patty Stewart ffirst semester presidenti, Barbara Keast. Fran Paton, Cnrole Potter lsecnnd semester presidentl, Monica Martinez, Barbara Sells, Flora Maestas, Patsi Branch, Mary Catherine Marchetti, Judy Stermer. Murlruerite Gunm, Virginia Valdez, Roberta Key, Lucille Aragon, Madelyn Smith, Mila Millard, Ann Richardson, Kay McQuiek. Lois Jane Black, Priscilla Visril, Judy Haley, Sigrid Holien, Connie Cummings, Coralie Van Doren. Joyce Van Auken, Suzanne Brown. 227 Hakana Hall In past years Hokona Hall has been the headquarters for Independent so- cial activities on campus. The fresh- men girls in the dorm this year in its new Hfrosh dorm" status have tried to uphold its traditions. They have taken honors usually going to upper class- men. The third place Homecoming float award was given to Hokona. Both afiiliated and independent women live in the dorm in harmony Ceven though not quietlyl . OFFICERS Back row: Barbara Williams lpres. Sem. ID, Barbara Pino KVP 8: Soc. Chrm. Sem Front row: Esther Gibson fSec. Sem. IU, Sally Carpenter flares. Sem. ID, Lagow CVP Sz Soc. Chrm. Sem. Ib. Missing from picture: Lola Mnrik iSec. Sem. U. 'i ws t. 4 Row 1 Mary Lee Quirk, Kathie Tondre, Virgie Gentry, Ann Johnson, Esther Gibson, Sally Carpenter, Barbara Pino, Gay Sparkmun, Barbara Reid. Row 2 Patsy Espinoza, Sandra Morris, Betty Reid, Marilyn Bequette, Jo Ann Race, Barbara Bert, Carolyn Raymond, Pat Briggs, Peg Mitchell, Barbara Row 3 Cessie Knight, Ann Doty, Teresita Maestas, Barbara Lagow, Maura Rico, Bernell Huckabee, Torksey Ensminger, Juanita Cata, Beverly Wynn, Nancy Louise Turner. Row 4 JoAnn Cook, Maxine Kleindienst, Maryanne Atherton, Peg Kauwling, Margaret Morrison, Cynthia Brace, Barbara Williams, Dorothy Holland. Howe Marrnn Hall Q ul 49 4-1- Q ,,.-- Ernestine Montoyn, Roaelyn Annyu, Marietta Hunter, Ellen Thurliman, Enid Douglas, Marvine Gallegos, Sandra Malock, Joyce Hemsing, Betty Fisher, Betty Sandy Borzrink. Jetti Jo Potter, Laura Colburn, Grace Whitlock, Sharon Terry, Gloria Heuera. Jackie Tregellas, Marilyn Matz, Barbara Duenkel, Sylvia Ruiz, Sue Faircloth. Bobby Quintana, Bo Shippley, Delores Gnllelzos, Viola Sandoval, Barbara Popp, Felicia Stine, Lily Trujillo, Betty Serna, Lois Smith, Miriam Meeker. Frances Page, Tila Provencio, Mary Fran Mclnteer, Millie Albert, Marie Ashcraft, Manuela Domingez, Vita Terauds, Rosetta Flippin, Lucia Brown, Suzanne Nw .5 5 wo? ,- mf-H B Mary Ann Brockmun, Sherrill Eckhouse, Rose Benally, Gail Perry, Jolly Mayberry, Muriel Grisheik, Holly Merki, Jeanette Jackson, Donna Kushianovich, Teresa Marilyn Wright. Erickson, Ellen Toynton, 0'Linda Luna, Terry Benton, Carol Cooper, Jeanine Stivers, Gloria Chavez, Ida Fei-ran, Carmen Trujillo, Doris Welch, Ruth Eva Mne Benally, Sylvia Casados, Norma Jean Medina, Frances Woofter, Luanda Griego, Mary Helen Garcia, Leilani Hull, Sue Ricer, Nanice Stadler. 229 Mesa Vista Dorm With the aid of LOBO news stories and editorials the boys in Mesa Vista managed to get the University to purchase enough bed sheets to allow them 2 clean ones per Week instead of the former one. Other than this they partici- pated in a raid Knot instigated by the police departmentj, sports activities, and several dorm social functions. ss K. 'Sas 'fl- - 4 -. y. fl., is Ilan l'l SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Back row: Ed Hardin, Robert Chavez, Norman Root, Martin Barnett. Carl Svenson Front row: Sonny Chamas, Charlie Roberts, Theodore Foley, Eloy Martinez. At the Halloween Dance no one gave a thought to the idea that the consuming of the contest pies in this manner would not be conducive to the best digestion. 230 tHlH l"-" Second semester officers posed with head resident Ed Pillings, wife, and daughter fone little gal who should not have to complain about not having a big brotherj. Ll ii- og-5, This picture did not have to be posed. 2 ' Architect's design of the interior of UNM's Memorial Chapel While chapel bells ring on campuses from coast to coast and traditions and lives are enriched by them, UNM is still waiting for the building of its chapel, something it has never had though desired by many. For several years, the Alumni Association, under the direction of Mrs. Winifred Reiter, has been collecting the funds which will in the near future build the chapel, planned as a memorial to University men who died in three wars and other former students and friends of the University. As the needed funds are obtained entirely by donations construc- tion cannot begin until some 330,000 more is on hand. The chapel will be available to students and alumni of any faith for marriages, baptisms, funerals, memorial serv- ices, concerts, and other specially scheduled services and will be open at all times for individual meditation and prayer. Designed to seat 150, it will be located directly north of the stadium, midway between all campus activity. Baptist Student Union Baptist Student Union, located adjacent to the campus, served some 400 Baptist students this year through Bible studies, daily devotional services, and mission and social activities. Devotional services held at the Center include Morning Watch, Noonday Chapel, and Vespers. Mission activities this year centered in weekly services at Boys' Ranch and at Veterans Hospital. Three Bible courses taught at the Center each semester by Rev. William Jenkins are fully ac- credited through Hardin-Simmons University and may be transferred to the University. Highlighting the year's activities were the New Mexico state BSU convention held here and the an- nual formal banquet. Miss Sarah Smith, student director, serves as religious counselor and assists in promotion. BSU is directed by an executive council of sixteen ofli- cers, headed this year by Sherman Williams, who meet weekly to lay plans and supervise BSU activities. Baptist students raised money to send Peggy Sullivan Jamaica, Bill Moreland to far west, U.S.A., Ruth Cuba, and Charles Leach to Hawaii as summei missionaries. :li xl af 2 Charles Leach leads the music at noonday Chapel. 34 Religious Urgunizutions Sunday morning on the campus is pretty quiet. People wonder why when the city is jammed with church-goers there are only a minority of suits and ties coming out of Mesa Vista and a few high heels tapping on the sidewalks. Well, Barbara is sleeping, she'l1 go to church Sunday night. Chuck got in too late Saturday night and is sleeping, he'll go sometime. Danny goes on Friday nights, and J im's sabbath is Saturday. Ron and Dave are on a picnic, but they never go to church anyway. Bob went to an early Mass. Jo went home for the weekend, and Janice is study- ing for a test Monday. And so it goes. The majority of UNM students are Catholic, Methodist, Baptist, or Presbyterian. Many of our friends are Lutheran, Jewish, Mormon, Episco- palian, or Congregational. Others among us attend the Christian, Unitarian, Christian Science, and Quaker services. Most of these faiths are represented by student religious groups. Some of them have only recently been organized, others have been reorganized. Sizes of the groups range from seven or eight to hundreds. They meet in classrooms, homes, churches, or their own buildings close to the cam- pus. Along with other campus activities they make their bids for time and interest and fight the battle of the busy college life. ,,,.,.'---, .,,.,i-'- r,,,.--'- ,d-,,f'- ,,.-f W- 9 ' UNM . students at registration at the st t BS H 9 U convention 'li' week. direction of BSU for a Freshmen took over the 2 2 H Z Anita Dudley, 4.17 CE' Nancy Kyle, Alice Sivells, Ada Jane Hashimoto, Leroy Dayel, Virgie Gentry, Esther Gibson Sue Harris Lloyd Crawford. BSU lit u N l 71 i X W , g P for Homecom. mg, i I Brewing a c W, up at coffee time . In the Center 235 Gps L Back Row: Roger Donelson, Jim Edgar, Richard Gaffney, Martin Paskind, Mr. LaBarre. Middle Row: Rosemary Heldt, Sue Faircloth, Ken Smith, Martha Larner, Martha McCulloch, Arthur Sorensen, Beverly Seeds, Gretchen Quelle. Front Row: Yvonne Koser, David Holt. Canterbury Club, organization of Episcopal students, has approximately thirty-five active members and a number of other students who are active participants in the church. The Club meets every Sunday in the Canterbury Club rooms, holding a Worship service, supper, and program. The executive committee of Canterbury Club meets Weekly to establish a workable program for the month ahead. Programs are varied with guest speakers, discussions, business meetings, joint meetings with other protestant groups, and entertainments. On the first Sunday in each month a corporate communion is held and followed by a breakfast at one of the students' homes. Canterbury Club OFFICERS: Martin Paskind, Gretchen Quelle, Yvonne Koser, Beverly Seeds, David Holt Hillel OFFICERS 'resident .......,.......,......,... Arthur Rosenbaum ice-President ...... ....... S herrill Eckhouse ecretary ....... .,..,..,...,..... J oe Levy reasurer ....... ......... D anny Zeff In keeping with the Hillel Councilorship's policy the club is open to out-of-town servicemen and advanced high school students along with the university students. Under the guidance of councilor Rabbi David Shor, Hillel car- ried on an active program: They had guest speakers for regular meetings and held socials twice monthly. On the campus, the group participated in the World University Service Drive and was host for the annual joint Brotherhood Week meeting of Hillel, USCF, and Newman Club. Members aid in placing out of town students and servicemen at private homes for Jewish religious festivals. Also during the year, Hillel purchased recreation facilities for future use. Low: Morton Steiner, Rubhi Shor. Irwin Frank, Sheldon Raizes, Marty Petrova, Mrs. Friedman, Murray Steinmetzer, Morton Victor, R. Berkowitz. Row: Arthur Rosenbaum, Sherrill Eckhouse, Joe Levy, Danny Zeif, Gordon Bernell, Marcia Shimling, Sandra Lipsted, Micky Meyer. ig: Bill Sanford speaking for the WUS drive. I 237 jefferson Club v R 11 Yost. c Edith Braxton, Josephine Ehret' 0 OX- , Mrs. Cox. BOX. ' Newman- Back Row: George Vlglgsi Tom DeGreg0rl. Dave Front ROW: Ben Luc lv Jefferson Club, an organization for liberal religious students, has been active on the UNM campus only this year. The group is sponsored by the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque and is affiliated with the Unitarian- Universalist national organization, Liberal Religious Youth. During the year, Jefferson Club held its meetings once a week. Meetings included a number of hamburger suppers and guest speaker programs. Most of the activity of the group is centered in small group discussion. In the spring, the group sponsored a well-attended panel discussion on liberal religion for the public. 238 x ho Christian Fellowship OFFICERS President ....................,.,..,........ John Schroeder Vice-President ..,,............,... Rhoda Fitzgerald .Mary Sue Hext Secretary-Treasurer ...,......... ,is ded locally in 1950 Lobo Christian Fellowship, foun ' ' l and evangelical. It is an 'nterdenominationa Fellowship, student-led, 1 -Varsity Christian independent chapter of Inter of which there are chapters on campuses around the world. For the past two years L. C. F. has been host for the fall con- ference of the IVCF groups in New Mexico and El Paso. Individual Christian living is stressed by the group, which includes students of all racial and religious backgrounds. Small Bible Study, discussion, and prayer groups concentrate on the meaning and reality of Christian teachings and the relation of them to modern problems. Speakers, movies, and ' ' h rogram of activity. social activities complete t e p V-ggi? U9 Hext Jack Sh,- . oeder, Mary Hoff man' B0bbie Cow , en, Sophie Sossie, 01ive,. Wiley Rhod F , a itzgerajd, Gay Ann Donner Newman Club Newman Club is a student organiza- tion under the direction of a Catholic Chaplain and student oiiicers, established for the religious, cultural, and social de- velopment of its members. The Aquinas Newman Club at the University belongs to the Santa Fe Province of the National Newman Club Federation, and is so char- tered in its affiliation with 600 clubs on as many campuses in the United States. The Aquinas Newman Center, ad- joining the campus, is sponsored by the Archdiocese of Santa Fe and directed by Dominican Fathers who serve as resi- dent chaplains. Program facilities are provided in St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel, new student church which was dedicated by Cardinal Spellman on September 6, 1954, and Aquinas Hall which includes a lounge for meetings and socials, a class- room, a kitchen, game-room, and resi- dence rooms for 16 men students. The religious program of Newman Club offers many services: four Sunday Masses, two daily Masses, frequent op- portunity for confession, evening devo- tions, special sermons, counseling, and an annual retreat. The cultural program consists of regular theology classes and Y , w FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Standing: Shirley Vigil, Treasurer: Mary Helen Garcia.. Corresponding Secretary. Seated: Dick Camacho, president: Nancy Burk, recording secretary. philosophy lectures, frequent guest lecturers, library facil seminars, discussions, and a major cultural event for the Unive sponsored annually by the group. The social program provides ational features after each Weekly meeting, picnics, a n Communion Breakfast, an annual Cardinal Ball. 225115555 . NN H., A small portion of the group attending a regular Wednesday night meeting. 240 'YJ- 1 In x ,- K., .XM .vg-L 'Q-.7',r3' 5: rf, L- x f ' ff? ,zqllm QA I-'p -L IT'-"QI--1 , ,, '13 'V' 1.-rj! nl 5'L."ilnfj.4 l .. . ., ... -. .., 01-'.-xx' Tn' ,,1.,,-, vfafgsgg-?Q.'4 Q V45 - mf.-' w rv 'xl-fj4,.n-,Qu 11 lf'-iff .5 3, It? TFP' 1-fi . 'v' K 1, - 1 "WN fu Q-fu.,-1,5 F1 -.Lf IV- if ' 1 fi'-b'Ii'f .HJ "' "ffl 5 f" -. -L. '-'-w-- .., N .II ,ll w..,,.I., ,,5. V I - -- E ' SE '4 QJ1, I 1, H .0 ' L- if-:'.5s'gr'l' A ,sl , ,f uf vi' 'U 3 ' N2 E i AI' Af- f " ig l5fr":: . , ijt." " 4: Q1 inf' J' 43,1 1 in 'gif if-.-,1 dx- in-1'f4,.., ..'v, T ? ' -25:5 I ., A ,1 .L f,.. QP fgff'-'A 4 Af'-t'A',f'lM..' ,. . my-, 1.5 .V 'gy 4-.rf ,A-,-'A n,f:'l,il'.,?1f4i" nk - QQ- Q f .' .. c-j,:.".j "T :B-.'-'ASI' new www USCF The purpose of the United Student Christian Fellowship is to help stu- dents develop, maintain, and express Christian ideals in both personal and social living on the campus, in the local community, and in the national and international fields. lu X The Christmas play was good for laughs and thought. CABINET L1 Back row: Art Hawkins, Edna Christensen, Marx.:aret Morrison, Helb I DuiT, Arlin Cooper. Middle row: Mrs. Wilson, Janet Barnes, John Duff, Steve ReVea.l Ipresnlentb Carson, Rev. Wilson. Front row: Dottie Harroun, Patsy Blair, Nancy Cone, Minta Sue Bunn Sue Established here in 1945, USCF is sponsored by several Albuquerque churches and five National Student Work Foundations. It is also affiliated with the National Student YMCA- YWCA and works on a non-sectarian basis with all interested students of the University. Here is the turnout for one Thursday night supper forum. Z ff Wesley Foundation The purpose of Wesley Foundation, Methodist Student group, is to give students "A Church Home Away From Home" as well as to deepen their spiritual and intellectual life and to stress the value of fellowship with each other. The Wesley Foundation program includes both Sunday and weekday activities. Other events for the organization are the statewide Methodist Student Movement convention and spring and fall "Spiritual Life Retreats." Wesley Foundation uses the facilities of Central Methodist Church, one block west of the cam- pus at Pine and Copper. ln Memory of six individuals whose lives have made us think-about more than where to drink coffee for the next hour. 244 STUDENTS Bobbie Gene Cowan Sophomore Albuquerque, New Mexico Joan Clark Grinslade Junior Santa Rita, New Mexico Ben W. Lowdermilk Freshman Espanola, New Mexico William James Upton, Jr. Freshman Bayard, New Mexico FACULTY Richard B. Johnson Associate Professor of Biology Joseph Walter Mee Associate Professor of Law Our Own Ice Cream Advertisers The support envisaged by our advertisers on the following pages is most gratefully received. By such material evidence of good will being offered by the leading citizens of Albuquerque, we are therefore able to compile the 1955 MIRAGE on a larger and finer scale than otherwise would be possible. 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R., Jr., 53, 144 bleson, Arthur, 183 dams, Jeanine, 58, 202 dams, Jerry, 58, 218 dams, Marshall, 207 dams, Neil, 144 dkins, William, 74 dkisson, Jerry, 58, 146,210 guilar, Dorothy, 137 guilar, John, 142 guilar, Pete, 74 insworth, Connie, 66, 204 kard, Clyde, 66, 222 lbers, Menhard, 150 lbert, Mildred, 39, 66, 229 lberts, Don, 142 ldous, Alan, 56, 210 lexander, Elouise, 66, 152, 192 , 218 lexander, Randall, Jr., 47 lexander, Robert, 66, 218 lfidi, Jan, 50, 155, 190, 192 llen, Manley, 32 llen, Sandra, 32, 66, 104, 202 llnutt, Nancy, 66, 204 ltuna, Al, 74 mbos, Brooks, 58, 91, 134, 222 morous, Bill, 66, 216 naya, Roselyn, 229 nderson, Janice, 139 nderson, Jerome, 74 nderson, John, 74, 214 nderson, Ken, 66,118,130,216 nderson, Margaret, 74 nge, Margaret, 44, 91, 107, 2 nkeny, Frank, 206 nstine, Arthur, 58, 216 nthony, Janice, 74, 194 podaca, Frank, 134 podaca, Jerry, 66, 165, 212 ragon, Joe, 152 ragon, John, 152 ragon, Lucille, 227 rchunde, Lorenzo, 74 rmijo, Lou, 157 rmstrong, Thalia, 74, 200, 226 rnold, Alvin, 58 02 Student Index Arrigoni, Roland, 164, 176 Arundale, Doug, 145 Ash, Henry, 44, 208 Ashcraft, Marie, 66, 229 Asper, Arthur, 47 Atherton, Maryanne, 44, 228 Atherton, Tom, 74 Austin, Bill, 176 Avery, Dwaine, 165 Avis, Virginia, 44, 153 B Baca, Miguel, 140 Baca, Urban, 81 Bachechi, Carlene, 58 Bachicha, Frank, 47,206 Baetz, Jay, 142 Baker, Bob, 53,143, 212 Balcomb, Douglas, 58, 144, 218 Ball, Richard, 58, 219 Ball, Tom, 142 Ballou, Zoe Ann, 101 Banks, Betty, 66, 120, 185, 192 Barboff, Jack, 66,216 Barker, Yumpy, 166 Barking, Frank, 150 Barnard, Barbara, 66, 129, 132, 202 Barncastle, LeRoy, 74 Barncastle, Rudolph, 74 Barnes, Janet, 58, 133, 203, 242 Barnes, John, 212 Barnett, Martin E., 66, 222, 230 Barnhart, Roger, 66, 216 Barnhisel, Judy, 66 Barrett, Arthur, 58, 120 Barrett, Rosemary, 142 Barte, Georgene, 152, 155 Barton, Bonnie, 58, 116, 192 Bateman, Anne, 58, 202 Batho, Robert, 66, 207 Batsel, Charles, 58, 208 Bauer, John Gerald, 66 Bawuah, Peter, 100, 136, 144 Bazant, Stan, 179 Beale, Bob, 134 Beals, Gary, 44, 107, 127, 146, 148, 219 Bearce, Al, 137 Bearrow, Eugene, 66, 212 Beasley, Jack, 66 Beaver, Margaret, 50, 152, 194 Bebber, Marilyn, 66, 99, 138, Beckes, Jerry, 74 Bedale, Don, 151 Beeson, Richard, 46 Bellar, Jim, 32 155, 192 Benakis, Georgia, 58, 189, 200 Benally, Eva Mae, 229 Benally, Rose, 137, 229 Benge, Martha, 74, 133 Bennett, Alfred, 74 Bennett, Kay, 200, 226 Bennett, Pat, 58, 221 Benton, Terry, 74, 204, 229 Bequette, Marilyn, 228 Berardinelli, Stephani, 196 Berg, Barbara, 228 Berg, Susan, 66, 200 Bergin, Barbara, 226 Bergquist, Harry, 58 Bernell, Gordon, 139 Berrier, Jan, 44, 158,198 Berryhill, Sheril, 74 Berzin, Barbara, 74 Betts, Ervin Lee, 58, 219 Bickley, Arta, 66, 229 Biffle, Norban, 74 Bisbee, Wally, 58, 146, 219 Black, Bruce, 218 Black, Jim, 168 Black, Lois Jane, 227 Black, Rolfe, 74, 216 Black, William, Jr., 74 Blair, Jane, 66, 193 Blair, Patsy, 66, 129, 132, 203, 242 Blake, Dick, 222 Blakeley, Ronnie, 66, 212 Blakeney, Connie, 66 Blanford, Carolyn, 44,198 Blatchford, Herb, 137 Blickenstaff, Gene, 66, 218 Blum, Vernon, 143 Boesch, Janet, 66, 196 Bogan, Bob, 58, 85, 210 Boggs, Bryan, 214 Bolsterli, Joan, 153 191, Bond, Timothy, 137 Bonds, Patsy, 74 Bonham, Barbara, 152 Bonnyman, Fran, 66, 133, 138, 204 Booker, John, 218 Borce, Ed, 212 Borgrink, Sandra, 66, 229 Botts, Mary, 66, 129, 203 Bowe, Samuel, 44 Bowen, Dud, 218 Bowra, Ronald, 58, 208 Bowyer, Dorothy, 74, 99, 192, 226 Boyer, Marcia Anne, 74 Boyle, Bob, 66, 219 Bozeman, Don, 58, 212 Brace, Cynthia, 74, 228 Bradbury, Don, 74 Bradt, Bertie, 66, 133, 138, 193 Brady, Michael, 50, 222 Branch, Patsi, 227 Brason, Ray, 140 Brassfield, John, 66, 216 Bratcher, Jim, 58 Bratton, Edith L., 34, 58, 153, 238 Brawn, Howard, 74 Breech, Don, 58, 210 Brenn, Rudolph A., 58 Bricker, Billy, 218 Briggs, Pat, 74, 228 Briones, Felix, 32, 33, 81, 107, 126,127, 212 Briscoe, James H., 58, 142, 161 Brito, Priscilla, 74, 226 Brockman, Mary Anne, 66, 229 Brody, Jerry, 32 Brooks, Donald, 58, 135, 139, 179, 214 Brooks, James, 58, 135, 139, 179, 184, 214 Brooks, Robert, 50, 135 Broome, Tom, 74 Brower, Charles, 58 Brown, Adele, 32, 56, 91, 107, 128, 204 Brown, Barbara, 66, 118, 129, 204 Brown, Dick, 1 76 Brown, Lucia, 229 Brown, Marietta, 56, 120, 225 Brown, Marshall, 58 K 1-arg.:-Q., " I t F , "i?lZ'g Don + Make Us TRACK il 3 . 55 X'AE.etWv'r 4 , ' 9 "" ,, -113-pri 6 v ,diff 1 Y K Y l QQ! ou. ee our ','l7?lfe.z:i-'brim ,, J ':n.'.,Q1f4"'Q:"w, fy, f c i3i2il4f'l'fifl 5, . Address Cn File With HI' 1 . I' guy'-,vis .NX 1 I , J 4 , 'ii The UNM ALUMNI ASSN. -1' x , U Q 249 Brown, Robert, 74 Brown, Ronald, 74 Brown, Suzanne, 227 Bruening, James R., 31, 33, 35, 44, 91, 102,107, 127,135 Brunell, Herbert, 53, 107, 118, 144, 190, 213 Brunet, Paul, 58, 207 B1-uns, Keith, 139,168,176 Bush, Vaughn, 74, 210 Busse, Wolfgang Von, 38 Butler, Durelle, 74, 138, 204 Butler, Marilyn, 74, 192 Butt, Paul, 47, 135, 182 Butterbaugh, Bill, 142 Byerly, Elton, 50, 203 Caster, Cliff, 216 Castillo, Maxine, 67, 200 Castillo, Mel, 74 Cata, Juanita, 74, 228 Cates, Jim, 219 Caton, Byron, 33, 118, 168,169 Causey, Luann, 76, 133, 202, 226 Cella, Toni, 75, 156, 204 Chamas, Sonny, 230 Bruss, Ernie, 67, 212 C Chandler, Richard, 53, 142, 154, Bryan, Barbara, 74, 133, 198 Calkin, Brant, 30 157 Bryan, C. D., 74, 212 Calkins, John, 139 Chant, Julia Jane, 58, 133, 205 Bryan, Richard, 58, 219 Calkins, Ronald, 33, 36, 108, 127, Chaplain, William, 47, 135, 161, Bryce, Jim, 67 135, 139, 181 216 Bryom, Jack, 58 Camacho, Richard, 58, 176, 207, Charlton, Robert, 58 Bryson, Jo Ellen, 74, 138 240 Chatten, Bob, 38, 58, 122, 157 Budke, Maralyn, 67, 129 Cameron, Mary Ann, 44, 196 Chavez, Anthony, 75 Bunn, Minta Sue, 38, 65, 67, 129, Campbell, Alan, 74 Chavez, Armando, 221 189, 191, 198, 242 Campbell, L. O., 81 Chavez, Carmen, 139 Bunting, Jane Blair, 44 Campbell, Lu, 67, 120, 194 Chavez, Connie, 67 Burch, Ann, 67, 138,153,194 Capps, Jessie, 58, 195 Chavez, Dan, 50 Burcham, Keith, 53, 219 Cardenas, Robert, 53, 143, 154, Chavez, David, 75 Burk, Nancy, 67, 129, 198, 240 157, 219 Chavez, Gloria, 229 Burke, Fran, 74, 194, 226 Carlson, Charles, 58, 164, 213 Chavez, Lourdes, 67 Burke, Kathleen, 74, 200 Carnahan, Jack, 58, 219 Chavez, Robert, 230 Burke, Nancy, 58, 194 Carpenter, Sally, 74, 228 Chisholm, Jack, 67, 219 Burks, Garnett, 67, 126, 210 Carr, Donovan, 53, 98, 142, 147, Chrisan, Jim, 139 Burleson, David, 214 208 Christensen, Edna, 50, 91, 108, Burley, Lloyd, 139 Carroll, Ray, 81, 216 128, 225, 242 Burns, Robert, 47, 96, 161, 210 Carson, Jill, 58 Christopher, Judy, 75, 125, 200 Burnworth, Dale, 67 Carson, Marilyn, 50, 132, 133, Chumley, Syl, 58, 127, 213 Bursey, Bob, 179 155, 196, 242 Clark, Geynell, 50, 105, 203 Burton, Dave, 53, 143, 210 Carter, Dave, 67 Clark, Mary Ann, 226 Burton, Shirley, 154 Carter, Mitchel, 67, 208 Clary, Gilder, 168 Burwinkle, Joe, 67 Cartlidge, Nancy, 74, 204, 226 Clauser, Jerry, 214 Burwinkle, Robert, 74 Cartman, Ann, 74 Clauve, Jo Anne, 35, 65, 67, 129, Bush, Elaine, 30, 33, 91, 108,128 Casados, Sylvia, 74, 229 195 Clavijo, Luis A., 44 Clegg, Ben, 75, 216 Clouser, William, 53 Cochran, Tom, 67,210 Cockrell, James, 81 Colburn, Laura, 58, 229 l Cole, Carole, 67, 195 Cole, Nancy, 75 Cole, Richard, 135, 180 Coll, Jean, 39, 67, 129, 153, 205 Collins, Jean, 75 Collins, Joe, 150 Collis, Don, 144 Cone, Fred, 58 Cone, Nancy, 58, 138, 155, 203 242 Connell, Joe, 144 Conner, Leah, 50 Constan, Kerry, 59, 213 Cook, Buddy, 50, 135, 161, 164 176,210 Cook, Joan, 59, 225, 228 Cook, Joe, 37, 59, 190, 215 Coon, Bud, 162 Cooper, Arlin, 67, 139,184,242 Cooper, Bob, 37, 50 Cooper, Carol, 143, 204, Cooper, Danna Lee, 152 Cooper, Nancy, 67, 120, 140, 203 229 Cooper, Tom, 91, 134 Copeland, Jerry, 75 Co1'bett, Walter, 59, 142 Cordell, Linn, 67, 208 Cordova, Betty, 50 Corfield, George, 53 Coriz, Jim, 75 .lucksnn's New Mexim Engraving Albuquerque, New Mexico 250 TURN T0 rmsr NAnoNAL .. . 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B., 59, 222 Day, Jane, 67, 225 Dayel, LeRoy, 235 DeBolt, James, 59, 219 Deckert, Wally, 59, 209 DeGregori, Tom, 67, 139, 238 DeJo1ie, Charlie, 137 DeLao, Valentino, 75 Del Mastro, Mike, 59 Desjardin, Donald, 75 DeSoto, Vina, 67 DeVargas, Don, 59 DeVargas, Joaquin, 47, 206 DeVoe, Dave, 44, 210 Dew, Nancy, 229 Dickerson, Tom, 59, 209 Dickinson, Charles, 32, 47, 150, 216 Dickinson, Dotty, 32, 67, 129, 197 Dierman, Robert, 67, 130, Dils, Tommy, 53 Dixon, Philippine, 56, 200 Dobrusky, Joe, 59 Doherty, Margaret, 59, 153, 195 Domenici, Lilly, 50, 152 Domingez, Manuela, 229 Donelson, Jack, 74 Donelson, Roger, 68, 236 Dormier, Sue, 68, 129, 132, 133, 191, 205, 242 Doty, Ann, 228 Doughdrill, Charles, 59, 212 Douglas, Enid, 229 Downey, Joan, 36, 50, 205 Downey, Roy, 69, 219 Doyle, Bruce, 68, 140, 215 Doyle, Gayle, 75, 201 Doyle, Leroy, 236 Drake, Kenneth, 44, 144 Drake, Richard, 32, 68, 142, 166, 213 221 Drake, Terry, 75, 207 Dudley, Anita, 235, 236 Duenkel, Barbara, 140, 156, 229 Duff, James, 53, 143, 210, 242 Duff, John, 52, 53, 242 Duncan, Car1'oll, 75 Duncan, Mary, 75, 192, 226 Dunn, Harvey, 75, 214 Duplentis, Claudette, 129 es, 90, 120, Duran, Arthur, 50, 135, 184 Duran, Mary Alice, 59 Duran, Ralph, 139, 176, 184 Durant, James, 208 Durrett, James, 68, 219 Dyer, Fred J., 50, 127, 216 Dyer, Milton, 75 Dysart, David, 47 E Eagen, John, 53, 210 Earickson, Elizabeth, 68, 229 Earnest, Jim, 139 Earp, Kenneth, 32, 59 Easley, Jon, 68, 134, 222 Easterling, Ross, 216 Eaton, Alice, 227 Eaton, Jack, 145, 162 Eckhouse, Sherrill, 153, 229 Economides, James, 68, 139, 176, 177 Edelmon, James Von, 53, 142, 147 Edens, Amos, 75 Edwards, Hank, 144 Edwards, Henry, 53, 209 Edwards, Louis, 44, 147, 148, 209 Ehret, Jo, 153, 238 Eichert, Bill, 59 Eichert, Bob, 179 Eitzen, Harold, 214 Elder, John, 75 Ellison, Charles, 59 Ellison, June, 185 Elsbrock, Tim, 68, 216 Emmert, David, 75, 146, 212 Emmons, Glenroy, 154 English, Frank, 59, 218 Ensminger, Torksey, 75, 228 Ernst, Valerie, 44, 153, 205 Esenwein, Carl, 32, 59, 126 Espinosa, Patricia, 75, 228 Esquibel, Ray, 50, 135, 139, 168, 172,173,219 Evangelos, Nick, 68 Evans, Clarence, 68 Evans, Sanford, 53, 143, 150 Evatt, Jan, 68, 197 Ewing, Frank, 213 F Fabian, Carolyn, 75, 194 Faircloth, Sue, 75, 229, 236 Fanning, Pat, 32, 75, 133, 196, 226,241 Faris, Margaret, 36, 56 Farmer, Paul, 56 Farris, Hubert, 81 Farris, Margaret, 36 Fatheres, Richard, 75 Faucett, Wayne, 218 Faw, David, 32, 37, 59, 120, 124 213 Fawcett, Betty, 68 Fee, Barbara, 32, 106, 195 Fellabaum, Robert, 68, 142, 216 Ferguson, Jim, 30, 32, 127, 134 Ferguson, Joe, 68, 216 Ferguson, Mary, 75, 226 Fernandez, Herbert, 53, 144 Fei-ran, Idabell, 68,229 Ferreri, Ron, 143 Fields, Gene, 81, 140 Fields, Pat, 75,202,226 Figge, Roger, 68, 139 Fish, Becky, 75 Fisher, Betty, 68, 229 Fisher, Bill, 32, 34, 44, 121 Fisher, Gail, 75, 202 Fitzgerald, Edward, 47, 118, 215 Fitzgerald, Rhoda, 154, 239 Fleck, Jerene, 75, 204, 226 Flippin, Rosetta, 229 Floyd, Marshall, 152 Foley, Ted, 230 Folsom, Betty, 43, 47, 85, 91, 10 128, 203 Foor, Lauerence, 68, 221 Ford, Bob, 32 Ford, Jim, 47 Forde, Jackie, 68, 133, 195 Fore, Nancy Ann, 68, 133, 202 1 Fornoff, Fred, 75, 100 Foster, Jack, 140 Francis, Charles, 75 Francis Harold, 68 Frank, Ewing, 47 Frank, Irwin, 59, 144 Franks, Morris, 59 Frederich, Barbara, 68, 100, 14 225 Freeman, John, 134 Freese, Jim, 59, 222 Fries, Larry, 218 Friesen, Clarence, 59, 143 Fryer, Roger M., 68, 218 Fulks, Ralph, 59, 209 Fulton, Tom, 75, 209 The Place To Go For The Famous Brands You Know . . . 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Russel, 71, 213 Scott, Harold, 153 Scott, Heywood, 150 Scott, Russell, 63 Sears, Frank L., Jr., 79 Sedillo, Luciano, 142 Seeds, Beverly, 71, 129, 193 Seitz, Dan, 71,211 Sell, Martha, 63, 197 Sells, Barbara, 227 Serna, Betty Lou, 71, 229 Serrano, Celia, 52 sei-vis, Mart, 63, 90, 96, 106, 139, 168, 173, 220 Seth, William, 142, 154 Shaeffer, Dale, 214 Shaifner, Clark, 142 Shanley, Frank, 79 Shaver, Fred, 216 Shaw, Ellanora, 63, 225 Sheets, Thomas J., 79 Shehan, Shirley, 63, 132, 203 Shell, Nancy, 32 Shippley, Bo, 229 Shockey, Don, 71 Shotola, Robert, 81, 221 Shulclt, Beth, 79, 140, 156 Shute, John, 79 Siegenthaler, Loy Sue, 63, 190, 197 Silence, Tim, 71, 209 Silfverskiold, Monica, 32, 37, 81, 103, 129, 205 Silva, Charles, 140 Silva, Gloria, 46, 152, 225 Silva, Jose F., 71 Simmons, Joyce, 32, 63, 124 Sims, Park, 79 Siner, Ken, 71, 122, 123, 157 Singleterry, Joe, 142 Sisneros, Adelaida, 79, 185, 226 Sisneros, Nestora, 71 Sivells, Alice, 235, 236 .. Skeen, Robert C., 79 Skinner, Sheila, 63, 195 Slayter, Betty, 79 Sloan, Max, 32 Smith, Alice, 33, 39, 63, 153, 196 Smith, Barbara, 79, 119 Smith, Betty, 71, 189, 225 Smith, Don, 63, 144, 220 Smith, Francine, 71, 225 Smith, Freddie, 79 Smith, Harold, 157 Smith, Harrison, 98, 179 Smith, James D., 63 Smith, Larkin, 71, 134, 190, 222 Smith, Lois, 79, 229 Smith, Madelyn, 71, 227 Smith, Margaret, 226 Smith, Paul B., 79, 218 Smith, Rose Ann, 63 Smith, Sally, 79, 204 Smith, Suzanne, 79, 202, 226 Smolich, Bob, 152 Smyth, Margaret, 79 Snare, Kay, 63, 200 Snare, Wilma, 80 Sneddon, Rick, 55, 220 sneizei-, Gini, 30, 92, 93, 132, 133, 145, 204 Soare, Tom, 80 Sousa, Manuel, 146 South, Gordon, 55, 206 Southard, Engle, 57, 142, 163, 164 Southern, Sue, 63 Sparkman, Gay, 80, 228 Sperry, Carolyn, 63, 121 Spinelli, Bob, 165 Spoon, Sara, 111, 205 Spooner, Kent, 165 Sprengeler, Allan, 63 Spruce, Beryl, 137 Stadler, Janice Kay, 80, 229 Stagner, Morris, 71, 213 Stahl, Jack Leland, 63, 217 Standridge, Robert, 80 Starkey, Theresa, 64, 241 Stehwien, June, 64, 197 Stephens, Charles, 71, 222 Stephens, Lois, 52, 201 Stephens, Thomas, 46, 211 Stermer, Judy, 37, 39, 64, 227 Sterrett, Alice, 71, 129, 201 Stevens, Charlotte, 133, 138, 139, ' 202 Stevens, Jim, 64,139,183 Stevens, Joanne, 80, 198, 226 Stewart, Carolyn, 226 Stewart, Milan, 64, 144 Stewart, Norma, 64 Stewart, Patty, 18, 33, 64, 87, 227 Stiegelmar, Loren, 144 Stine, Felicia, 71, 229 Stinnett, Jane Anne, 64, 141, 193 Stinson, Fred, 49, 211 Stivers, Jeanene, 229 Stobie, Jack, 176 Stockton, Howard, 49 Stockton, O., 145 Stogden, Mary Louise, 80,226 Stone, Amos, 55, 142, 220 Carol, 52, 195 Stone, Stone, Frank, 64, 218 Stout, Gordon, 52, 179, 211 Stowers, Linda, 64 Stranathan, Ann Lee, 34, 46, 111, 199 Stranczek, Ted, 80 Strange, Susan, 46, 205 Stringer, Sally, 34, 57, 64, 132, 133, 205 Strode, J. D. J1'., 71, 212 Stromberg, Paula, 39 Stuart, Robert, 56 Suazo, Sostenes, 80 Sullivan, Peggy, 235 Sullivan, Polly, 153, 189 Summers, Jan, 64, 106, 193 Sutherland, David, 81, 216 Sutherland, Sue, 80 Svenson, Karl, 32, 230 Swearingen, David, 72, 142, 211 Sweeney, Mike, 32, 73, 212 Sweet, Ginni, 72, 199 Swillum, Jeanette, 39, 49, 141, 153,203 Swope, Bill, 180 Syme, David, 139, 168, 169,173 T Tabet, Fidel, 64 Tamer, Martha, 140 Tangewan, Nada, 226 Tapia, Paul, 183 Tarpley, Mildred, 49, 153, 195 Tate, Pattie, 72, 129, 153, 195 Taulbee, Phillip, 80 Taylor, Johnny, 72 Taylor, Rebecca, 80, 198, 226 Tecklenberg, Lurae, 80, 119,226 Teegarden, Don, 64, 142, 154, 216 Teeter, John, 49, 141, 213 Teeter, Shirley, 72, 129, 133, 15 195 Tefft, Robert, 56 Temple, Herbert, 72, 211 Teraucls, Vita, 72, 229 Terpening, A. L., 52, 163 Terry, Sharon, 80, 138, 185, 229 Testman, Peggy, 36, 52, 111, 132 193 Thomas, Marilyn, 80 Thomas, Ma1'lyn, 64, 93, 105, 201 Thomas, Thomas, 64, 91 Thompson, Alleta, 121 Thompson, Irwin fLeftyJ , 179 218 Thorn, Bill, 142 Thornton, Dorothy, 49, 193 Thornton, Glenn, 72, 130 Thorp, Roger, 72 Thurlimann, Ellen, 229 Tillery, Weldon, 151 Tinder, Loyal, 46 Tingley, Doug, 143, 150 Titchenal, Bob, 161 Tondre, Kathie, 228 Tondre, Ruth, 52 Tope, Priscilla, 80 Torbert, Gale, 226 Torick, Raymond, 72 Torres, Frank, 168 Torres, Gilbert, 64 Tosti, Donald, 72 Townsend, Carol, 32, 80, 204, 226 Toynton, Ellen, 39, 72, 129, 152 229 104, 138 Tregellas, Jackie, 72, 229 Trimble, Walter, 140, 122, 123 Tristram, Ted, 35, 64, 222 Trujillo, Carmen, 229 Trujillo, Lily, 72, 229 Trujillo, Mercedes, 72 Trumble, Maurice, 64 Trumble, Moe, 143, 211 Tucker, Dave, 179 Tucker, Robert G., 72 Tucker, Wayne, 64, 142, 163, 179 Tucker, William, 142 Tuffs, Frank, 49 Turnage, Marilyn, 226 Turner, Glenn, 81, 215 Turner, James, 64, 220 4.7 Q 264 HOGAN'S FIFTH AND COPPER NW. 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Turner, Louise, 80, 198, 228 Turner, Richard, 72, 218 Tyson, Kenneth, 52 U Udell, George, 181 Ulibarri, Rodolpho, 64, 211 Ullrich, Richard, 46 Ussery, Meredith, 141, 150 V Vacquier, Vivian, 32, 36, 64, 192 Valdez, Virginia, 227 Van Atta, Mary, 80, 202 Van Auken, Joyce, 64, 227 Vance, Harry, 64, 142 Van Doren, Coralie, 227 Van Hyning, Jorgina, 50, 52, 203 Van Liew, Don, 140 Vann, Nancy, 64, 132, 191, 203 Van Ness, Bradford, 55, 206 Varela, Bob, 80 Vargas, Philip, 80 Varner, Kenny, 72, 207 Vaughn, Frank, 80, 218 Veale, Richard, 80 Verbecke, Bob, 150 Vidal, Chuck, 216 Vigil, Lita, 64, 227 Vigil, Pricilla E., 64, 227 Vigil, Ruben, Jr., 81 Vigil, Shirley, 52, 240 Viviani, Anna, 80, 133, 194 Vlahos, George, 76, 238 Wenrick, Robert, 46, 127, 190, Wise, Donna, 72, 205 206 Witt, Byrn, 46, 211 Voelker, Leonard, 140 Volzer, Elmer, 139 Vosburgh, Herberta, 72 W Wagner, Bill, 72, 135, 166, 179 Wakeen, Joe, 72,220 Waldron, Jack, 139, 168, 170, 173 Walker, Eugene, 72 Walker, James, 56 Wall, Lloyd, 207 Wall, Shirley, 64, 92, 147, 185, 201 Waller, Mack, 72, 211 Ward, Helen, 64, 195 Waresburg, Nancy, 196 Warhurst, Ruth, 72, 199 Warner, Ann, 72, 197 Warnock, David, 126 Warren, Dave, 52, 137, 145 Watkins, Charlie, 142 Watkins, Ruth, 72, 205 Weaver, Charles, Jr., 72, 211 Weber, James, 32, 64, 211 Wedell, Roy C., Jr. 80 Wegener, Marilyn, 80, 226 Weintraub, Donald, 32, 80 Weitzel, Susan, 32, 64, 201 Welch, Donnie, 64, 193 Welch, Doris, 72, 229 Welch, Micheal, 80, 218 Welch, Nancy Lee, 72 Albuquerque's Finesf Supplier of Sporfing Goods M8lW Sporting Goods WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 4I4 Copper N.W. 266 Werner, Robert, 55, 143, 15 Wespiser, Dick, 72, 211 0,211 Wess, Barbara, 64, 95, 99, 132, 133, 193 West, Gale, 72, 129, 197 West, Morrise, 72 Westfall, Frank, 64, 215 Wheeler, Jack, 214 Wheeler, Lawrence, 80 Whitcomb, Sondra, 80, 204 White, James A., 64,215 Womack, Joe Don, 179 Wood, Bruce, 64, 120 Wood, Jim, 140 Wood, Sam, 80, 218 Woodman, D'Anne, 64, 195 Woodmansee, Jean, 72, 195 Woodruff, Nancy, 72, 138, 199 Woods, Wendell, 133, 192 Woodward, Don, 72, 213 Woodward, Dorothy, 158 Woody, Judith, 80, 226 White, Larry, 46, 93, 111, 118, 135, 161 White, Lue, 52 White, Noel, 64, 151 White, Penelope, 46 Whitlock, Grace, 32, 39, 129, 229 Woofter, Frances, 80, 198, 229 Wooten, Joan, 126 Worth, Don, 212 Wortman, Robert, 64, 209 Wright, Wright, Johnny, 80 Marcia, 80, 140, 198 Whittingham, Betsy, 192 Wright, Marilyn, 229 Widdiield, Myrna, 72, 199 Wright, Mickey, 226 Wildman, Betty J., 64 Wright, Roscille, 192 Wiley, Oliver, 55, 142, 239 Wright, Sylvia, 139 Wilkins, James, 206 Wilkinson, Nancy, 80, 185, 228 Williams, Barbara, 80, 192, 228 Williams, David A., 80 Williams, Dewey, 35 Williams, Harry L., 49, 141, 150 Williams, Janet, 80, 194 Williams, Jim C., 218 Williams, Jim I., 64, 215 Williams, Jim M., 64, 211 Williams, Larry, 80 Williams, Sherman, 56 Williamson, Beverly, 36, 56, 125 Williamson, Charles, 221 Willis, Bob, 134 Wilson, Bruce, 33, 55, 111, 142, 168, 170, 171, 173 Wilson, Gwen, 56, 199 Wilson, James, 49, 220 Wimberly, Herb, 64, 180, 209 Windsor, Delores, 80 Wisdom, Audra, 64, 199 Wise, Charles, 153 Wugalter, Harry, 52 Wynn, Beverly, 80, 228 Y Yafuso, Ryoko, 81 Yaple, Richard, 46, 220 Yard, Allan, 34 Yenney, Sharon, 33, 64, 116, 201 Yochum, Marty, 176 Yoder, Jean, 80 Yost, Ron, 116, 238 Young, Aire, 80, 204 Yrene, Carl, 64 Yrisarri, Paul, 72 Z Zeff, Danny, 123, 140 Zerwas, Dave, 176 Ziegler, Orpha, 143 Zwoyer, Eugene, 157 This space dedicated to the last potential advertiser and the students who did not pose H I . . . look for everyfhing fhaf's new and beaufiful in shoes af bofh ALBUQUERQUE'S MOST COMPLETE ' COSMETIC COUNTER O , 5 FREE DELIVERY NL PHONE 6-3536 M, QQ, v o -65' Complete Food Q PRESCRIPTIONS Service DRUGS i. miller SUNDRIES deliso debs paradise CANDIES 7 Sto1'e1I-gogigst rhythm Step . joyce a'm'- ' pm' - johansen 0 sandler 3500 CENTRAL SE british walker O ilorsheim O Winthrop 2, ,,,. ii 1 it m Wg! ,-: . f, C Mfg. 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Faculty and Stuff Page 26 34 24 158 QIQF26' ss Lee War 1 en Lueders Edward C' MacGregor, J C Masley Alexander S Massengale W1111 un M o Math my Howard V McGill Frances McGuire, Richard McMurray, Howard J Milfs Merle Miller Hugh M Milliken Gladys Northrop, Stuart A Owens, Cullen B Parish William J Pearce T M Perovith John Peterson George M Petrol George Prlhngs Edward J PopeJoy Tom L Rafferty Keen Reiter Wrnrfr ed Rrebsomer J L Rred Harold O Runge William B Sacks BenJam1n Scholes France V Srgler, Russell K Simons Katherine Smith Sherman E Snapp, Edwin Snow, Jane Sorrell Vernon G Spam Charles R Stephenson, Jack R Tapy Ralph W Tueman L S Trtchenal Robert A Wagner W C Wellck A A White George W Williams Carol VV1ll1amson Hrrry J Capt Wynn, Dudley Yell, Joseph E Jr Pay 38 13 126, 15 2 3 162 17 162, 23 1 19 3 2 3 2315 2 36379 I 26 152 1 J I844 Lomas Blvd. ERLEE Tlllllt 24 , -- 13 ' ' ' , ..,,...,,.,,....................,....,....,...,................... .. 3 24 ' ' 181 , - - 2 1 , ' 'z . 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Alb q q NM IQZI Cen-h-al Wes-1 IIarr0w's Quality Chelegd SELIGMAN'S Th Home of Hand-made Indian Jewelry-wher h N hSI h h 1 db fl Id f h N h dCh bll Id d 1 dd h h dh f th h ICE UIIEIIII Serve The Bes+ - Gel' Darrow's QuaIi+y Chekd Ice Cream Advertisers' Index Page Pag Autos Korbers --.- .... -- Alumni Association Alumni Association of New Mexico L-- Bakery Hogan's .... Banks Albuquerque National Bank .... First National Bank ........ Beauty Shop Dorothy Gray --.-- Bedding National Bedding Co. .B.. Book Stores Associated Student Book Store .... College Inn Book Store .........- University Book Store ......... Cates and Restaurants Baca's Mexican Kitchen .... BaXter's Steak House .... Chisholm s ........... ..., Hogan's ............ .... La Hacienda L-- ---- Clothing Stores Dorothy Gray ....., Fedway ....... ,,.. Fred Mackey's --- Stromberg's --- Vals ............ Wilder's ......e... Woodruff-Julian L-, Cocktail Lounge Baxter's Cocktail Lounge .... .... Contractors Robert E. McKee .... Mossman-Gladden -U ----- -- Contractors Equipment and Supplies Miller and Smith ........,..........,.. N. C. Ribble ...........-a.......... .--- 270 248 249 265 257 251 256 254 263 247 255 247 269 245 265 267 256 261 264 252 245 265 263 269 259 269 266 265 Curios Seligman's --- Dairy Products Creamland Dairies --- Darrow's ........ .-- Drug Store Nob Hill Drug Store ..a. Furniture Fedway --- Korbers .... H a rdwa re Korbers .... Jewelers Butterfield --- Mindhn ............. Laundry and Cleaners Excelsior Laundry -..... Imperial Laundry .... Laundrolux ....L,.. Moving and Storage Springer Transfer Co. --- Music Store Albuquerque Music Co. --- Printers and Engravers New Mexico Engraving Co. --- Valiant Printing Co. ....... Recreation Four Hills Ranch -M Service Station Merle Thorn -,,,,- Shoe Stores Given Brothers Shoe Co. .... Paris Shoe Store ....LL.. Sporting Goods M and W Sporting Goods --, Utilities Public Service Co. of New Mexico PEMM ........... General Index CTIVITIES .......... DMINISTRATION . .. ir Force Association .... lpha Chi Omega ...... lpha Delta Pi ......,..,......,........ lpha Phi Omega ...................... merican Institute of Chemical Engineers merican Institute of Electrical Enuineers merican Society of Civil Engineers ..... merican Society of Mechanical Engineers STUDENT GO ssociated Women Students Council . , , , . and ,...l..,., ............,..,,. andelier Hall ......... aptist Student Union asekmll ..,....,....... asketbnll . . . eta Alpha ...,................ ampus Improvement Committee anterbury Club ...........,..... heerleaders .... horus ...,.. hi Epsilon ...... hi Omega ......... ommerce Council osmopolitan Club ultural Committee .... yclops ............, ebate ........... elta Delta Delta .. elta Sigma Phi .,.. elta Sigma Pi orm D ..,..,. rama ......,.. ngineers' Day .. . EATURES . . iesta .... ootball . . . . . , orensics . . ......... . , 'raternity Sweethearts . , reshman Football .. reshmen ......... olf ,.......... raduate Students . . , anging of the Greens ... illcl .....,.......,. okona Hall omecoming . . . onoraries ............ . nter-Fraternity Council ...,..... ntex-national Study Commission . , . . ntramurnls .....,.... , .... . , . . elferson Club .. uniors ..... appa Alpha ....,.., 'appa Alpha Theta .... appa Kappa Gamma 'appa Omicron Phi .... appa Psi ..,...,... 'anpa Sigma . ......,.......,.... appa Sigma Beauty Cavalcade .... hatali ....................,.. ing of Hearts iva Club ......,, ambda Chi Alpha .. . aw Students ..., . etterman's Club OBO .................... obo Christian Fellowship . .. arron Hall ....,... .... emorial Chapel .. . Page . 113 .. 17 145 .. 192 194 . .... 134 ....142 ....144 ....143 .,.,142 .. 39 . 118 . 226 . 234 . 176 . 168 149 .. 38 236 . 181 . 120 .. 150 . 196 . 141 . 136 . 36 .. 139 . 126 . 198 . 206 . 150 . 227 . 114 ,. 97 .. 83 . 106 . 160 , 126 . 104 . 175 . 73 . 180 . 81 . 91 . 237 . 228 . 86 . 149 . 190 .. 38 . 184 238 .. 57 . 208 . 200 . 202 . 152 , 151 . 210 .. 103 . 127 .. 96 . 137 ....207 .. 81 .. 135 .,..122 239 229 232 Mesa Vista Dorm .... Military Ball ..... MIRAGE ..... Mortar Board ..,......,......,. Music ,...... ..... , .....,...... Music Educators National Conference .. Newman Club ........ , ........ Newsprint Ball . . . Orchestra ..,.....,,. Panhellenic Council .... Paper Doll ......... Phi Delta KaDD 8... Phi Delta Theta . .. Phi Gamma Nu Phi Sigma ....... Phi Sigma Iota Phrateres ...... Pi Beta Phi ...... Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Pi Lambda Theta .... Pi Tau Sigma ..... Popularity Ball . . . Press Club ..... Program Series Rallycorn .,....................... RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS . Rodey Theater ...,.,....,....... Seniors .......... Shipwreck Ball Sigma Alpha Iota .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Sigma Chi ......... . . Sigma Phi Epsilon ., . Sigma Delta Chi .. . Sigma Tau ..,.....,..,...,. . . . . . SOCIAL AND Ski Club ..........,,.....,.,.. , . LIVING GROUPS . . . . , Song Fest ,.,...,.... ............. Sophomores . . Spirit Day . , . SPORTS ,... Spurs ....,,................. VERNMENT . . . Athletic Committee ..,......, . , Campus Improvement Committee Council ..,..........,......... Court .......................,. Cultural Committee .,......, .. International Study Commission Publications Board ....,..... . . Sen ate .,..................... Student Activities Commission . . . Student Affairs Committee Student Body President ..... Student Standards Committee . . . Student Union Board ...... Stunt Night ........... Swimming ..,..... Tau Kappa Alpha Tau Kappa Epsilon .... Tennis Theta Sigma Phi , . . Town Club , ...... Track .............. . ...,,.,.. . United Student Chris 'an Fellowship .. .. tl Varsity Girl .....,....... ...... Vigilan tes ......... Wardroom Society Waterloos ......... Wesley Foundation ..... . . Who's Who ............,.,..... Women's Recreational Council .. Wrestling ........... ,....... World University Service Page . 230 . 92 . 124 . 128 . 120 . 140 . 240 . 101 . 121 . 191 . 101 . 139 . 152 . 212 . 153 . 153 . 154 . 223 . 204 . 214 . 155 . 154 . 94 . 140 . 84 132 . 233 . 115 . 43 . 100 . 156 . 216 . 218 . 221 . 157 . 157 . 138 . 187 . 90 . 65 . 85 . 159 . 129 , 29 . 36 . 38 . 33 . 34 . 36 . 38 . 37 . 32 . 38 . 37 . 31 . 34 . 35 . 98 . 181 . 158 . 222 . 182 . 158 . 224 . 178 . 242 . 93 . 130 , 146 . 138 . 243 . 107 . 185 . 183 . 102 271 The last Word And here we are-at the end of a book, a few hours before it goes to press, with a stub of a copy pencil, a file of pictures we didn't have space for, and the remains of the dummy, letters, contracts, proofs, and so forth it took to get it together-feeling as if we should wish you a Merry Christmas. After months of asserting, "Yes, the MIRAGE will be out by graduationf, it is no joy to find our- selves in mid summer saying "We don't know when the MIRAGE will be released." We wanted you to have your copy of these 272 pages when you could carry it across the campus, get it autographed, and pack it to take home for summer reminiscing. Our apologies no more soothe our own disappoint- ment than they quiet your displeasure, so without sad enumeration of difficulties encountered we wish you happy musing. EDITORIAL STAFF ASSISTANT EDITOR ......... Carolyn Nielsen ART EDITOR ..,.............. Bev Williamson ORGANIZATIONAL EDITOR .,.. Shirley Irving LAYOUT EDITOR -I.I.I..r.s... Nancy Gentry SPORTS .........,.....,........................ ...........,.... D ave Faw STUDENT GOVERNMENT ....... .,.......... C arolyn Phillips Although the above have position titles, Esther Gibson, Janet Mayland, Mary Meek, and Judy Christopher served the full year in whatever capacity a worker was needed. Others who made sizeable contributions to the work include: Carol Kluver, Harvey Jean Peterson, Torksey Ensminger, Barbara Duenkel, Kajean Rumfelt, Sue Faircloth, Joan Davis, Sondra Whitcomb, Sherry Salvage, Jean Reardon, Jane Ann Stinnett, and Nancy Welch. Not mentioned lest we omit too many are those from whom an hour or several of work was appreciated. Photography Dick Goehring Bob Lawrence Dick Skrondahl Commercial photographer Bill Bell and student photogra- phers Ken Siner, Jim Crow, Gerald Taylor, and John Johnson supplemented the work of those three. 272 Aclmowledgments The ideas that make one issue a little different from an other are never those of only one or half a dozen person Everyone who suggests that such and such a thing should done in the MIRAGE makes a contribution to the thoug behind the planning. After hearing some gripes we decided to put the stude government and sports sections where they are. Every na and picture in the class section was placed in the same ro because of a gripe. We like them better that way than what might have done without the comments we heard, and thu oddly enough, we have appreciated the gripers. Where ideas and work from staff members are concerne those who are paid receive little more than cigarette money fo their time and effort and are called upon to miss other camp activities. Volunteer staffers fwhose pay is only in activit points or satisfactionj break dates, lose sleep, miss meals, an get low grades on tests because of the day and night hour spent amid piles of copy and pictures. To all of them, whos names you will find below, credit is due for this issue. Special credit is due to Carolyn Nielsen for the layout the class section, Bev Williamson for the cover design, an Shirley Irving for scheduling organization pictures and co lecting the piles of copy and identification needed to go wit them. In the printing plant we've come to know a gentleman t whom we are grateful: "Pappy" Bloom, plant superintenden whose patience has held out though given a test. Our apologies to the people who stood waiting for photogr phersg our thanks to those who waited. Ron fand Jack, Mar Jane, Bill. . J, we do wish you'd had your picture taken, W almost put your name under someone else's portrait. And i we spelled Mary wrong, we're sorry Mry. And not last fbut to end it all because we don't want t hold up the pressj and not fewest fbecause there seemed to b no end to themj, we acknowledge the LOBO staffers whos moral support visits from next door largely consisted of callin for their pipes, stealing the pencil sharpener, or begging fo stories. J. E. Color Inserts Tradition ...,.. ........ L loycl Crawfor Luminarios ....... .......... J immy Mill Headquarters ..,.. .,.....,. F rank Farle Class Time .. 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