University of New Mexico - Mirage Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)
- Class of 1956
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faces of : 'Fifty 'five
Shirley Irving, Editor
Kenneth Drake, Business Manager
NNUAL PUBLICATION OF '1'I-IE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVV MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE
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I have seen a thousand faces, old and young,
More eloquent than words, each speaks to meg
Not on their lips, but in their eyes, is sung
The sorrow and the song of life's brief melody.
I have seen the first faint flush of understanding
Invade infant eyes, like a breath that, born unseen,
Blooms in visible birth upon a mirror's clear, commanding
Face, and fades, and seems to leave no trace of what has been.
I have watched a child's bewildered face, so soft and fair,
A shape unformed, as changing as a cloud in summer skies.
Here each trembling moment is eternal, and yet, unaware,
The distant years of manhood have Hickered in these eyes.
I have seen the face of wonder, rapt and still,
A brief and yielding sculpture, molded by surprise,
A captured glance set free without consent of will
To rest again, enraptured, on some wondrous compromise.
I have seen the face of innocence, touched only
By the wisdom of the wind, the blessing of the sun,
Guileless, undefended, yet knowing not one lonely
Hour, for a world at morning is a lifetime just begun.
And I have searched the face of infinite and everlasting
Peace, composed and thoughtful of the years that slip away,
And yet how rare this face, like a light beam shafting
Down from a troubled sky, in benediction on each ending day
I have seen the tousled face of laughter, unconfined
By sly restraints that bind an elder world to a smile,
For aged convention has not shaped this eager, joyous mind,
Nor shall ambition's sharp and worried edge intrude awhile.
I have seen the breathless face of youth, set free
To conquer pathways trod a thousand times before, .
And yet for each discoverer embarked, expectancy
I-Iold forth the golden promise of a newly opened door.
And I have seen the face of middle years look back
On a brimming cup, and wish to alter not one drop within.
This is a face by richness touched, and whatever lack
May be, is shadowed by the triumphs happiness can win.
I have seen the face of courage, eyes upraised
To meet the future challenge and the present need.
Here judgment conquers doubt, and dreams, appraised
Of their true metal, find perspective, and succeed.
And I have seen the faces of wisdom, calm and stern,
Wlrere sadness dwells in quiet company with age.
These eyes have known what each mortal Iife must learn,
That faith is answered in the turning of the final page.
I have seen a thousand faces, all the rest
Are lost, like blades of grass that crowd upon a sod,
And, of a thousand passed, these I remember best-
The quiet faces, brushed by the waiting hands of God.
I. P- FOI-AINSBEE Reprinted by permission of Esquire, Inc.
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everyone. if To fl1e progress, unaffecfed by flue
and faculfy, confinuing fhrough frials and pains of
56 MIRAGE. The Edifors.
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Elie wliirl of iomoriows we seldom have time to linger
over flue magic of ioclay. Ulloo sooii we breast tlie
tape :mtl foo late i'e21.lize ilie fun lay iii 'Elie Illl'll7lHg.77
lilere is 21 gmpliio Ieeoicl ol lfll2lf mmiiiig . . .
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the joys of college life by time, can retuiii for a few
lingering monienis through these pages. Leizing
bacl: l'.l21'OUgl1 21 life of college is not sis pleasant as
living iliroiigli tlizaf life, buf still if lzelps. Wfe pause,
ilip amoiliei page of time, iimybe sliecl 3 bear, laugli
here we are."
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oo broad and sweeping to catch with a camera, U.N.M. 1955-56 has just
swept past in a blurry Hash. The minutes now are only phantom memories
-they sped by too quickly. Too often it's only the hours that are remem-
bered. The events of challenge, triumph, or despair overshadow the infinite
number of minutes spent building toward those hours of significance.
or many, U.N.lVl. 1955-56 started with
the monumental task ol turning a bleak
dormitory room, stacked with the belong-
ings ot a lifetime, into a home . . . a
home for four years. And though at times
seemed that the time would never end,
t too long until the job was finished.
"lust a few more bags and
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"Maybe a shower and cleanup will wake me up."
Ylie clamoring of an alarm cloclc is an effective Weapon. But i
a clamoring conscience is more effective. At times dorm life
was one alarm to another and then it was often a cold trndge
through the snow to class-big cleal!
"Brr, All I can say is wc'cl better have exam."
"Too, too early. Couldn't study anyway."
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"Don't fight itg throw it over!"
"What's it say?"
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ne thing about the hours of study-they always led to
exams. At times it seemed that all the study was only to be
used to pass the exams and not for practical education. But
when the end of the four years rolls around, the exams are
orgotten in the blaze of graduation.
"Blood, sweat, tears land some mental exercisesj work
"There's a full hour-give it another try at least."
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"I told you it was going to be a rough one!" "You'1l be happy to know .
I t seemed that professors were personally trying to J lr burgeoning
college careers with their "clear, concise s" that tool: three class
periods to run through. But u 1t all they were usually pretty won-
derful people to ge .
You all got F's." "So, back to the matter at hand."
"We'1l start all over again
You went to nearly a hundred dances during the four years here.
But there will always be that "big one" . . . Will you ever forget?
And . . . that is . . . I mean "I'll take the biggest and prettiest one you've got." "Hin, tickets will be 4.50 and
. . . tonight?" then there's dinner."
"Good old Aunt Martha. She "Dum, da, dee, justawhistle while you work." "Ouch, settle down boy-you
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"I believe everything is in order." "May I see your activity card?"
"Oh, there's the boxes."
leetions will be another part of UN .M . 1955-56 that are often forgotten.
Wonder if ice Cream m,11f5eS a But the elections took lots of blood, sweat, tears and pencil sharpening for
ballot?" a lot of people. And even though it only took a few minutes for you to
rnalce your selection with an X you were helping to run the campus-your
"Properly marked, folded and Way'
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than for any of the other ones. But there was something a hit special
about it. Naturally jerseys Wouldn't slip over pads, and shoelaces
broke, but soon enough the game-the last one-started. And once
more it was 60 hard minutes ot Eghting for the University.
Calm down, calm down . . . it's just "Darn it-my socks would Wear
another game." out on this last one."
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"And it's over for another year."
"There was someone in the end zone-and we'd won!"
tffflhll in all it was a pretty eventful year-this U.N.lVI. rbgg-56. VVith
effigy hangings the rage C there were fivej and burglaries C a small f
crirne Wave for a few Weelcsj kept us Wondering what would be next.
The last semester was late in getting started-a blizzard lcept some
of us home, and kept others of us stranded at school, but finally the l l E F F EY TD
year got rolling along toward graduation. K H EN D ALL L
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Santa was one of five we hung
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Or receive notice at honors day. r Quite a few of us wasted time in the SUB.
But some of us went to class. And then there were some of us that marched up thc aisle for graduation . . .
i But we still found tnnc to learn to charleston at Fiesta.
has of wisdom
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. . . but tempered with patience as they lead us
to the wells of knowledge . . .
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President Torn L. Popejoy
The progress of the University is recorded in many ways. It can be read in enrollment reports, in
records of the accomplishments of students and faculty in classroom and laboratory, and in the cold
statistics of the budget. None of these catch the vibrant spirit of the campus, or reflect the fullness of
the life we lead here. For this reason the publication of the MIRAGE is eagerly awaited each spring. Bet-
ter than any other source, it reveals the color and variety of the pageant which begins with the
freshman assembly in the fall and ends with Commencement.
This year, it seems to me, has been marked chielly by planning and preparation for the future. In
the recommendations of student government, in the work of student and faculty committees, and in
the thinlcing of all levels of administration, there is an urgency to prepare for a larger scale of opera-
tion than the University has ever contemplated before. Plans are well advanced for a new student
union, already much needed. The new Holcona Hall, to be ready next year, and the gymnasium, now
under construction, will add immeasurably to the well-being of the student body. Of even greater
consequence, perhaps, are plans for strengthening the instructional and research programs and im-
proving the counseling ot students. In every phase of our organization there seems to be a spirit of self-
exarnination which promises great things for the years ahead.
To those of you who are completing your work with us this year, may I offer best wishes in your
new undertakings, and most sincere thanks for your many contributions to the life and work of the
University. TOM L. POPEIOY
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Assistant Dean of Men
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I. E. Iackson Harris, M.D. David O. Kelley Warren Lee C. MacGregor
Director of the University I-Iealth Librarian Director of General Placement Director of Admissions
Service Bureau and Registrar
E. B. Mann Winifred Stamm Reiter Evelyn P. Sturges, M .D. A. A. Wellck
Director of University Press Alumni Association Director University Physician Director of Counseling
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Edward Franklin Castetter
Dean of the Graduate School
Chairman of the Biology Department
Until this year New Mexico students who have wished a
degree in the healing arts have had to go elsewhere to com-
plete their study. This year a great stride was made in the
advancement of the University of New Mexicog for the first
time U.N .M . Otters in its curriculum a course of study lead-
ing to the Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. Combined
in this four-year study will be both a liberal arts education
and professional nursing in all major tields. Completion of
the study at U.N .M . will qualify graduates to talce the New
Nlexico state board examinations tor Registered Nurses.
The Dean of the College of Nursing is Miss Eleanor
Kingg she received her Master oi Public Health degree from
Iohns Hopkins University and was previously Associate Pro-
tessor of'Public I-Iealth Nursing at Yale.
We welcome this addition to the University's curriculum!
Harold O. Ried
Director ot Extension, Summer Session
and Community Services
Eleanor M. King
Dean of Nursing
Eollegc' of Arts and Science
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Dean of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences
and General College
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Landon E. Bowers Iolln G. Breiland Robert R. Brown
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
of Biology of Physics of Physics
Frederick M. Chreist Ruben Cobos Mervyn Crobaugh
Associate Professor Assistant Professor Associate Professor
of Speech of Modern of Economics
William P. Albrecht Hubert G. Alexander George Arms
Professor of English Chairman of the Chairman of the
Department of Department of English
Harry W. Basehart Ernest W. Baughman David T. Benedetti
Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
of Anthropology of English of Psychology
Edith Buchanan Carleton E. Buell Robert Bunker
Assistant Professor Associate Professor Instructor of English
of English of Mathematics
Norton B. Crowell William M. Dabney Guido H. Daub
Associate Professor Assistant Professor Associate Professor
of English of History of Chemistry
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of Biology of Geology
Martin W. Fleck Ethel A. Fleming Morris Freedman
' Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
of Biology of English of English
Ezra VV. Geddes Frank C. Gentry M. A. Goldberg
Assistant Professor Associate Professor Instructor of English
of Sociology of lvlathematics
B. Leroy Gordon Francoise C. Gourier Iohn R. Green
Assistant Professor Instructor of Modern Associate Professor
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Morris S. Hendrickson Willard W. Hill Milton H. Hoehn
Chairman of the Chairman of the Instructor of
Department of Department of Mathematics
C. Clayton Hoff Wfilly Ann Holmgren Frederick C. Irion
Associate Professor Instructor of Speech Associate Professor
of Biology of Government,
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Government Instructor of Associate Professor Assistant Professor
Research Biology of English of Iournalism
Arts and Science
Peter W. M. Iohn Miguel Iorrm Charles B. Iudah
Assistant Professor Professor of Professor of
of Mathematics Government, Director Government
of the School of
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Professor of Modern Associate Professor Associate Professor Professor of Modern Chairman of the
Languages of Mathematics of Chemistry Languages Department of
joseph M. Kuntz
Edward G. Lueders
Marshall R. Nason
Stanley S. Newman Ralph D. Norman Stuart A. Northrop Cullen B. Owens Thomas M. Pearce
Professor of Associate Professor Professor of Associate Professor Professor of English
Anthropology of Psychology Geology of Speech
George M. Peterson
Chairman of the
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Chairman of thc Chairman of the Assistant Professor
Department of Department of of Government
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of Law of Law
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Engineering Mechanical Architectural Engineering
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Edward C. Rightley Don P. Schlegel
Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of
Victor I. Slcogluncl Charles E. Stoneking Ralph W. Tapy
Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of Chairman of the
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Iolrn M. Usry, lr. Wfilliam C. Wfagner Charles S. Williams Philip K. York Eugene M. Zwoycr
Instructor of Electrical Chairman of the Instructor of Electrical Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of
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Instructor of Business Assistant Professor of Instructor of Business
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Dean of the College of Business
Ralph L. Edgel Robert K. Evans Howard V. Finston
Associate Professor of Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of
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Bradford E. Dalton Charles F. Gieswein Leslie L. Gillespie Hugh I. McLaren
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OPEN MESSAGE TO THE STUDENT BODY:
This final year has been the most gratifying of my college career. You, the mem-
bers of the student body, have given me the opportunity to serve as your president,
and through this privilege I have grown to know you, my fellow students, better.
During our short stay we have all made great strides forward in our attempt to acquire
the completeness of the mature, self-actualizing individual, and toward this goal our
efforts have been ably assisted by the professors and staff ot the University.
Congratulations to the graduating class of 1956 and best wishes to you for future
May you, the members of the Associated Students, under God, live up to the re-
sponsibilities that will be yours as thinking members of our free, democratic, Ameri-
can society . . .
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SEATED: Sally Stringerg Sharon Yenneyg Bob Matteuccig Vince Gonnleyg Nancy Reap Carolyn Phillipsg Tommy Iacksong Buuty Nixon. STANn1Nc: Syl
Chumleyg Dwayne Longenbaughg Sato Leeg Iohn Anderson.
The executive branch of Associated Students' government with the power and duty of
enforcement ot student legislation and the function of student administration includes the
Student Body President and the thirteen Student Council members.
Members of Student Council are elected at large each spring. As the top executive unit,
the Council carries the weight of the worlc and responsibility of the governmental func-
tions in any given year. The Council is responsible tor preparing the budget of activity
fees, distributing the Council allotment for projects and activities, determining election
dates, coordinating the student activities of the campus, regulating the social calendar,
and directing Associated Student events such as Fiesta, Homecoming, and student body
cgi latin: l6'm14cl1
As the legislative branch of student government, Student Senate
.- - is potentially the most powerful governing unit.
l Senate menibership is composed of class oilicers and representatives
I . from all campus organizations. The student body vice-president, a
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N9 QM . 1 I student council member, serves as senate president.
7 .A 'iff l . A bill passed by the senate becomes law upon signature by the presi-
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,,. .Q i t it Ti., dent of the student body or a tivo-thirds vote by the senate upon the
I " g ,.gV president's failure to sign. In addition to the activity ot new legislation,
7" A " A ' ' some of the eouncil's Worlc is submitted to the senate for approval.
W Major appointments made by the student body president must be ap-
proved bythe senate. The budget as set up by the council must also be
reviewed by and have approval of the senate before it is voted on by
l the student body in the spring elections.
1 Some of the bills and resolutions introduced and passed this year
. included one to clarify election procedure and a resolution to amend
-T 1 the student body constitution. The senate committee held a successful
N' ' if f leadership conference in Santa Fe in November.
Bob Matteueci, Student Senate President
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Row noun: Phil Taiillieg Iimmy Majorsg Bill Diekinsong Phil Sawdeyg Frank Searsg Shell Denisong Bob Matteuccig Iaelc Donelsong Fred Perkinsg Dick
Goctzmang Bill Sanfordg Eric McCrosseng Howard Browng Iimmie Lennie. Row THREE: Bill Mapesg Robert Hannag lack Littleg Ken Drakeg Edward Coxg
Bob Ruebeckg Mart Servisg David O'Done1lg Bobbie Iobesg Marcia Keeler. Row Two: Diana Mitchellg Nancy Centryg Teresa Starkeyg Esther Gibsong Gloria
Herrcrag Betsy Peirceg Leilani Hullg Betty Bzmksg Karen VVilliamsg Patty Cilliardg Marlene Corng Barbara Duenkelg Dotty Diekinsong Kay Clauve. ROW ONE:
Edith Brattong Gail Wolcottg Shirley NVallg Fran Bonnymangjean Collg Ann Keeferg Berwyn McKinneyg Vivian Omang Sue Robinsong Beverly Orrg Mona
Howcg Susan Smithg Ican Reardong Shirley Tcetcrg janet Sue Gray.
Iim Fergusong Tona Dabbsg Dick Norvaria, Chief Iusticcg Carolyn Nielseng Al Yard
STUDENT STANDARDS CO I TTEE
C. D. Bryang Dick Camacho, Chairmang joe Martinez.
Sfudvm' lin bn l6'v rd
Row ONE: Alice Smith Minorg Mrs. Esther Thompsong Ted Tristram, Chairmang Dean Lena Clauvcg Io Ann Clauvc. Row Two: Ron Calkiusg Al Zaveldg
Prof. A. D. Fordg Dean Howard Mathanyg Mike Laine.
Student Z9uMa1fi1f14s Heard
Prof. VVilliam Huber, Cliairmzmg Prof. Keen Raffertyg Dr. Fred Iriong Rosemarie Packardg Herb Tempieg Ioyce Simmonsg Ioe Don Cookg Patty Stewartg Mike
Kelchcrg Prof. Leonard Icrmaiu.
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Presidcnt Torn Popejoyg "Sato" Lccg Fran Bonnyxnang Paul Rheag Iohn Cox.
Row ONE: Vivian Vacquicrg Dr. Sherman E. Smithg Dorothy Harroun. Row Two: Shirley Shchang Edith Cope Lockardg Dr. Morton Kcstong Prof. lane Snowg
Patricia Blairg Robert Gatti. Row TIIREE: Charles Browerg Ernest Brussg Lin Cordellg Cary Nossg Sue XVeitzelg Dr. Paul Hcalyg Iudith Arnoldg Prof. Gene Yell.
Student ,Affairs Gommiffec
Row ONE: Ianc Ann Stinncttg Mary Bottsg Dr. Sherman Smithg Miss lane Klnckhohn. Row Two: Mr. Eddie Snappg Craig Heffelman
Hampus lmpravemcuf Kvmmifffc
Ken Dmkcg V crnon Lewisg Howard Dittmerg Dick Kendrichg Captain Oweng George Petrolg Leonard Iermaing Iolm
Barnes. Noi' 111c'1'u1xEn: M. F. Fincldg Marvin Mayg Gayle Westg Frank Norrisg Gladys Milliken.
ssnciafed W0 an Students
Row oms: Gaye Mangold, secretaryg Alice Minor, presidentg Muriel Pride, vice-presidentg lean Reardon, treasurer. Row Two: Claudette Chicadog Valerie
Skuseg lean Collg Ellen Toyntong Verda Darnellg Katherine Hinesg Helen Kimbellg Simmie Romerog Millie Albertg Olinda Luna. Row Timers: Io Ann Stevensg
Ianet Maylandg Dottie Dickensong Margaret Pekeg Iayne Merchantg Io Ann Clauveg Margaret Smithg Marilyn johnson, Nancy Laliclcerg Margaret Iacksong
Miss Carol Williams, sponsorg Nancy Meister.
OWCCTS Every girl enrolling at the university automatically becomes a
President . . . . . . Aucia Mmm member of the Associated VVomen Students, founded at UNM
Vice-president . . . MURIEL PRIDE in 1Q3O. A.VV.S. has a three-fold purpose: to secure uniform and
SCCFCUHY - - - GAY-E MANGOLD individual representation in student activities, to promote broad
Treasurer ' ' IEAN REARDON social interests among university women, and to foster a living
The AVV S council is composed of representatives of each
women's organization on campus, including dorms, sororities, and
activity groups. 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 summer to all incoming women to ac-
quaint them with the university practices, rules, and activities. In
September of this year the council sponsored a "Squaw's Pow
VVow," an activity to introduce new women students to the many
phases of campus life.
The 'iNovember Hop" and the "King of Hearts" dances high-
lighted the UNM social events.
Elass aff 59
President . . . . . Don Frederic
Vice-president . . . . Warreii Dietrich
Secretary-Treasurer . . . Iudy Little
Ruben Melinda Berna Lee Ronald
Abevta Adams Akin Akin
Ion Robert rl"ll0ITlLlS V aros
Ambrose Anderson An drako Andrew
Moises Merrylin Robert Paul
Arellano Armstrong Armstrong Arnold
Ernesto Iames Deanna E. M.
Ateneio Atkinson Austin Avara
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Patricia Carol john Sara lane
Alderman Alexander Allen Allen
Paul lack Gilbert VVilliam
Anstett Anthony Apodaca Archibeck
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Beauchamp Beck Beckett Beckner
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Sharon C-us Marc Icanne
Beeson Benakis Benjamin Bennett
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Iohn Iaclcie David Lynell
Bundrant Burch Burke Burns
Daniel Doris Marcia Charles
Madelon Victor Iock Ray
Byrd Calderon Campbell Campbell
Bustamante Butler Butler Byers
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Owen W'illiam Douglas Iames
Carleton Carlson Carmichael Casaclos
George Kay Benny Edward C.
Chant Chase Chavez Chavez
Kay Ccorge Robert VVilliam
Clauve Comfort Connor Conwell
Edward R. Claudette Iohn Dorothy
Chavez Chicado Chimoskey Christensen
Kenneth Mary David Ernest
Cooper Cooper Cordoba Cordova
Robert Marilyn Sara Bobbette
Cowdrey Cox Cox Crawford
Iolm Ioscph Paul Marian
Cordova Cordova Corley Cousins
V erda Louise Pat Ioanie
Darnell Davis Davis Decker
Curtis Margaret Max Bill
Crawford Crawford Crook Currie
Marshall Leila Richard Eleanor
Decter Denton Dicks Dickson
jim Lawrence Paul Patricia
Dill Dominguez Dorris Doty
Iohn Gary David Ioe
Douthitt Dreger Driggers Dryer
Linda DuAnn Aaron Ianies
Dunning Duphorne Duran Dyer
Thomas Heinz Howard Fred
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Iudy Almon Karen Iim
Everett Fackrell Farber Farrar
Diana Robert Anna Isaac
Fisher Fleming Flores Flores
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Milton Robert Ann Charlie
Dyer Eanes Easley Eden
Keith Indy Hugh Carolyn
Elms Ervin Endrcs Evans
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Ierry Terry Edward Ieffrey
Freeman French Frost Frost
Tom Peter Douglas David
Flowers Ford Forrester Fortner
Mary VVilliam Frances James
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Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia
Ann Dale Magdalena Teri
Gaines Gallaher Gallegos Gallegos
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Garcia Garcia Garcia Garrett
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Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Goodier
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Malovieh Mangauaro Mann Manzagol
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Mitchell Montague Mon tano Monteverde
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Nelson Nelson N evin Nieto
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Ioe Mohammad Ioseph Edward
Salazar Saleem Salinas Samberson
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Sandoval Sargent Savage Seaggari
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Donald Louis Alexander Linda
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President . . . . . lack Little
Vice-president . . . . . Nancy Gentry
Secretary-treasurer . . Berwyn McKinney
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Duane Scott XVilliam Pete
Abell Adams Adkins Aguilar
Maura Ierome Iohn Ron
Rico Anderson Anderson Anderson
VVilliam Aniscto Delflno Thalia
Andrews Anglada Arellano Armstrong
Thomas David Max Robert P.
Atherton Aylesworth Baca Baca
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Barncastle Barncastle Barnes Bartlett
Robert Robert Norman Iohn
Baird Baker Ball Barefoot
Katherine Oren Barbara N orban
Bennett Benton Berg Biffle
Robert Ierry Martha Alfred
Batlio V Bcekes Benge Bennett
Peggy Barbara Carrol Don Thomas
Brown Bryan Bryan Bryan
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Brassiield Bmwn Bricker
Io Ellen David Kathleen
Bryson Burheson Burke
Bob Marilyn Alan Sally
Bursey Butler Campbell Carpenter
Mel Sonny VVallace David
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Iean Ierry Elizabeth Adalberto
Collins Copeland Corrough Costales
Pete Iames Philip Anthony
Cunningham Curd Cyr D'Arcy
Kenneth Ben David Carole Nancy
Cochrane Cohen Cole Cole
VVilliam Edward lack Cayle
Dickinson Dobson Donelson Doyle
T om V alcntino Shell Nancy Ann
De Gregori Delao Denison Dew
Iohn Dave Marjorie Io Ellen
Elder Emmert Endres Engle
Kyle Esmiel Don Harold
Duflie Duran Dye Eitzcn
Torksey Patricia Ezra Leroy Estevan
Ensminger Espinoza Estes Estrada
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Carolyn llarolcl Patricia Ianies
Fabian Faire Fanning Faris
lack Larry ' Baric Carroll
Foster Fries Fritz Futrell
Man nel Bernice Ierry Icrenc
Fernandez Fiske Fitzgibbons Fleck
Richard Arlene Don Maria
Gaffney Garcia Garcia Garcia
Nancy V irgic Bill Clarilou
Gentry Gentry George Gerding
Pete Rudy Sonny Louise
Garcia Garcia Gaskill Gehringer
Neil Esther Paul Xxfllllillll
Gholson Gibson Godfrey Gore
Barbara Leonard Ann Louis F.
Gossett Graves Gray Griego
Arlene Alex Genevieve XVilliam
Hanosh Hansen Hansen Harding
Embrcc . Ioseph Laurens Dan icl Ianies
Hale Ilall Ilanimack Hampton
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Myron Iames Iames Dee B.
Herrick Hester Higgins Hill
Hubert Rod Bill Dianc
Hill Hollister Holloway Holmes
Io Donald Iohn Jeannette
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Dorothy Marcia Iohn Daniel
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Edward Marion YV alter Iohn
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Barbara Iohn Leah Ann
Kemp Kempenaar Kcnotc Kiefer
Cessie Carolyn Louise Pat
Knight Knutson Korn Kross
Wilhelmina Richard Nancy Iames
Kitscli Klein Knapp Knauer
Jerry Kay lack Chuck
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Bruce Nancy Michael Richard
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Marion Margaret Adoria Ann Rosetta
Marks Markus Martin Martinez
Charles Pat Mary Frances Nancy
McCulloch McDowell M cln teer McKay
Edward lames Philip Paul
Maher Major Mansur Mares
V clrna Virginia Dixie Lee lanet
Martinez Martinez May Mayland
Bobbie Don Ioyce Kenneth
Middleton Miller Miller Miller
Marv Iaync llolly Martha
Meek Merchant Mcrki M crsrnan
Diana Don Bill Rcnia
Sandra Harry lean Ierome
Morris Moskos M uckey Mueller
Mitchell h 'Ioore Moreland Morris
Richard Marilyn Paul Marilyn
Munn M utz Myers Neuber
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Newton Nials Nicks Norris
Gail Vivian Ioan Beverly
Olson Oman Orlcbekc Orr
Lamar Martin Dorothy Betty Lou
Parrish Paskind Paulson Payne
Sue Lawson Robert NVinston
Pfeiffer Pliyfe Pick Pickering
Barbara Richard Carol Cordell
Popp Pribble Priesnitz Puckett
Eleanor Lyle Bobbie Lorna
Rae Raker Reed Richardson
Sinnnie Virginia Iam es Kajean
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Poke Peterson Peterson Peterson
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Pine Pino Pirtle Potter
Mary Lee Buster Mary Roberta Otto George
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Rivera Robbins Roberts Robinson
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Audrey Adclino - Bill Iames
Sallce Sanchez Sandlin Schornick
Raymond Floyd Park Adelaida
Sice Siegel Sims Sisneros
Suzanne Margaret VVilma Shirley
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Fred Lynn Iames
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Townsend Trujillo Valdez Valdez
Louis Marguerite Nancy Larry
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President . . . . Marvin Loper
Vice-president . . . . . Patsy Blair
Secretary-treasurer . . Dottie Harroun
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Connie I loward N. Ierry VVillia1n
Abbott Adams Adkisson Adler
Icrry Iuclith Patricia C. Marie
Apodaea Arnold Arthur Asheraft
Carol Ann Ann Betty Hildreth
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Arland lane Patricia Eugene
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Mary Robert Ernest Osgood Cook
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Mary Ann Arthur E. Barbara Dick
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Lu Eloy Harvey Consuelo
Campbell Campos Caudle Chavez
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Coll Coontield Cooper Cooper
Cary Lloyd Robert Sally
Crawford Crawford Crist Crook
Ianc Albert Dorothy Robert
Day Dennis Dickinson Dierman
Robert Sue Enid Richard
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Barbara Iain cs Iamcs Charlene
Duenkel Durant Durrctt Ealcer
Tim Beverly Ian Robert
Elsbrock Escnwcin Evatt Fellabauin
Rosetta Lawrence Nancy Walter
Flippin l"oor Fore Fox
Roger Kay Tom Iulian
Fryer lful lcr Fulton Garcia
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Elizabeth Cornelia fVIagee Sherrill Iiin
Earickson Easter ing Eckhouse Economidcs
Ioe Leonard Roger Betty
Ferguson Ferguson F iggc Fisher
Gene Harold Morris Barbara
Franchini Francis Franks Frederich
Dick Sa1n Robert Iames
Gee Gee Ghattas Gibbons
Ken Sue Pat Richard
Gibson Glen Gloss Gomez
Ramon Leonard Alice Gail
Gonzales Goodell Gore Grady
Ianet Sue Iere Marcella Iames
Gray Green Gutierrez Hand
Muriel Sonja Edward Bill
Hansen Hanson Hardin Harper
XVilliam Dottie Io Anne Ioan
Harrison Harroun Haynes Heaton
Lottie Beth Betty Robert Donald
Heclgcoxe I Ieggie lleinze Helgren
Edwin Gay Grace Gloria
Herbert H erkenhoff Hernandez Herrera
Robert Raymond Katharine David
Hill Hinds Hines Holt
George Bruce Linda Mona
Honeyeutt Hood Horton Howe
Elizabeth Henry Martha Sam C.
H oworth Hurst Iwaski lack
Bruce Betty Nancy lack
Jagger lennings Iolmston Iones
H . H Bobby Gary Ieanette Martin
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Alfred Helen Elsie Noble
Kilpatrick Kimbell Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick
Mike ' Curtis Nancy Vernon
Keelian Keeler Kern Kerr
Richard Ierry Ioe Marvin
Lucero Lott Lovato Loper
VVcsley Bert Lowell Renee
Lackey Ledbetter Lewis Lewis
Barbara Iohn Iohn Martha
McConnell McCormack McCrory McCulloch
Lorna Ralph Olinda Ioan
Lugcnbeel Luna Luna M eCabe
Robert A Bruce Bill Patty
McPherson Mackelduif Madden Maker
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Mclntosll MeKi1n McLoughlin McMichael
lean Myra Don Charlene
Manclell Manton Martin Mason
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Mills Minces Mitchell Modrall
Ernestine Iohn Merle Io Anne
Montoya Moore Moore M oorer
David Iames Bill jim
Morgan Morris Muller Mullins
Peggy Lou I-larry Bill Bob
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Ieaninc Adams-AS Ieroine B. 'l'atiana Alesehin-FA
Santa Ee, N. M. Adams-AS Albuquerque
Kappa Kappa Gamma Albuquerque
Young Demos--See'y. AVLll'Cll'O0lll Society
Govt, llonorary Sigma Chi
Arthur Anstine-EN Ioseph Aragon-AS Lucille Aragon-ED
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Air ll'or'ec Assn. Phrateres
Al7RO"l'C Newman Club Newman Club
ASCE Cosmo Club
ARBA Dorm D-V. P.
Douglas Richard O. Ball-BA Arthur Barrett-FA
Balcomb-EN Columbus, Ohio Albuquerque
Albuquerque Sigma Chi Opera VVorkshop
Sigma Chi-Pres. A'V1lI'Clf00ITl Society
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Anne Bateman-AS Charles Batsel--BA Peter Bawuah-EN
Ilobbs, N. M. Albuquerque Kumasi, Gold Coast
Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Alpha Alpha Phi Omega
U.S.C.li'.- Arnold Air Society AIEE
Membership Cosmo Club-Pres.
Young Republicans Student Senate
Elouise Alexander-ED Brooks Ambos-AS Kenneth
Albuquerque Palatine, Ill. Anderson-ED
Alpha Chi Omega 'Ilan Kappa Epsilon Albuquerque
Home Ee. Club Alpha Phi Omega Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Kappa Omieron Phi VVardroom Society Kappa Mu Epsilon
Pi Lambda Theta Fiesta Co-Chairman Kappa Kappa Psi
Cornelius Arnett-BA Shimeles Asfaw--EN Michael A. Baca-AS
Albuquerque Abeba, Ethiopia Albuquerque
Robert Barrett-AS Rosemary Bonnie Barton--FA
Albuquerque Barrett-EN Barrington, Ill.
Albuquerque Alpha Chi Omega
AICE-Sec'y. Rocley Theatre
Donald Bedale-Ph Stephanie Harry Berquist--AS
Oaklawn, Ill. Berardinelli-BA Moorhead, Miss.
Kappa Psi Santa Fe Geology Club
Am. Pharm. Assoc. Chi Omega
Phi Gamma Nu
Ervin Betts-AS Harry Birkelo-BA Iael: XV. Bishop-AS
Albuquerque Albuquerque Danville, Ill.
Sigma Chi Delta Sigma Phi
BSU Air Force Assn.
Samuel E. Bowe-ED Ronald Bowra-BA Donald
Albuquerque Las Cruces Bozeman-AS
Alpha Phi Omega Kappa Alpha Albuquerque
NAACP Beta Alpha Phi Delta Theta
Phi Kappa Phi
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Iames Briscoe-EN Charles Brower-AS Marshall Brown-EN
Artesia, N. M. Amboy, N. Albuquerque
Lette1'man's Club Cultural Committee IRE
Varsity Football AIEE
Nancy A. Burke-AS Robert Burns-BA Evelyn Cain-AS
Albuquerque Brooklyn, N. Y. Albuquerque
Alpha Delta Pi-V. P. Kappa Sigma BSU
USCF Letterman's Club
Shifarrow Bizuneh-ENBob Bogau-AS Barbara
Addis, Ethiopia Brunswick, N. Bonham-ED
Cosmo Club-V. P. Kappa Sigma-V. P. Albuquerque
BSU Enlistment V. P.
Kappa Omieron Phi
Ray Mary Bratschi-FA Edith Bratton-AS
Brandenburg-AS Albuquerque Albuquerque
Albuquerque lVllllAGE--Aff Ed. Mortar Board
Phi Sigma-V. P.
Pre Med. Club-Pres.
XVilliam Paul Brunct-BA Richard Bryan-AS
Bruening-EN Montello, NVis. Albuquerque
Albuquerque Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Chi
IV FC NROTC VVardroom Vigilantes-Scc'y.
AES USCF Council
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Richard Charles Carlson-ED lack Carnahan-AS
Camacho-EN Casper, VVyoming Hobbs, N. M.
Honolulu Phi Delta Theta Sigma Chi, IFC
Lambda Chi Alpha
Varsity Football Khatalig V igilantes
Kappa Mu Epsilon
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Peggy Carter-AS Paul Charles XV. Cates-AS
Albuquerque Catacosinos-AS Albuquerque
Albuquerque Sigma Chig Khatali
Sigma Gamma Epsilon Phi Sigma lota
Geology Club Phi Alpha Theta
Air Force Assn.
Sylvester Chumlcy-AS Laura Coburn--AS Richard C. Cole-ED
NROTC XVarclroom Truth or Albuquerque
V igilantes-Pres. Consequences Varsity Golf Letter
Khatali-Y. P. Phi Sigma-Scc'y. P. E. Major's Club
Phi Delta Theta- Pre Med. Club-
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Doria D. Cook-FA Ioe Dean Cook-AS
Pi Kappa Alpha
Air Force Assn.
Varsity Football Publications Board
P. E. Majors
Air Force Assn.
Donna Crook-FA Iames P. Crow-AS Constance
Aim Arbor, Mich. Los Alamos Cummings-ED
Pi Beta Phi-Hist. Kappa Sigma La Veta, Colo.
Fresh. Counselor Sigma Delta Chi Phi Gamma Nu
Byron Caton-AS Robert Chatteu-AS Mona
Alamogordo Roswell Christensen-ED
Khatali XVho's VV ho Albuquerque
Student Council Mnmcng LOBO Editor Town Club
Varsity Basketball Sigma Delta USCF
Marching Band Chi-See'y. XV US
St. Ioseph, Mo.
Nancy Cone-ED Kerry Constan-EN
Kappa Kappa Gamma Phi Delta T hcta
XV a terloos Vigilan tes
USCFg Mortar Board
Pi Delta Theta
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Alpha Phi Omega
Air Force Assn.
Iohn F. Cox-AS
AIA Charter Member
U.N.M. Band 4 years
Alpha Chi Omega
Pi Lambda Theta
Phi Gamma Nu
Artesia, N. M.
Pi Beta Phi
Ski Clubg BSU
Bay City, Mich.
'l'ona Lee Dabbs-EN Buzzv Dardenne-BA llarrv Davidson-EN
Chi Omega-V. P. Sigma Chi
Mortar Boardg Spurs
Pi Lambda Theta
Phi Gamma Nu-
Lake Forest, Ill.
KAg Sigma Taug
AFROTCg Air Ass't
Kappa Mu Epsilon
' Pi Tau Sigma
Iames De Bolt-AS
Sigma Chi--V. P.
Boots and Saddles
Clovis, N. M.
Bd. Dir. XVrdrm. Soc.
Newman Clubg Spurs
Margaret Kenneth W.
Albuquerque Las Cruces
Alpha Delta Pi Khatalig Sigma Tau
Phi Gamma Nu Student Senate 3, 4
Newman Club MIRAGE-Bus. Mgr. 4
Iohn A. Duff-EN Hobart Durham-AS
Arlington, Texas Manhasset, N. Y.
Kappa Sigma Air Force Assn.
ASCE Anthro. Club
Air Force Assn.
Donald Davis-AS XV in Davis-ED
Carlsbad, N. M. Albuquerque
Pre-Med. Club Delta Delta Delta
VVardroom Society Newmang RallyCom
'l'au Kappa Epsilon
Air Force Assn.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Ind. Arts Assn.
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Iohn D. Eagen--EN -A" Smrxxk
Silver City, N. M. V g 5 DSX,
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Frank English-AS Carl Esenwein-AS Barbara Fee-AS
Tueurneari, N. M. Albuquerque Albuquerque
Sigma Chi Forensic Club Alpha Delta Pi Rush
Debate Team Chairman
Canterburv Club Panhellenie Couneil
Kenneth R. Bill Eiehert-EN Margaret Ellis-ED
Earp-AS Albuquerque Albuquerque
Albuquerque ARBA 'l'own Club
Band Club ASCE Christian Sei.-Pres.
Pre-Med. Club Letterrnarfs Club
Irum lranlx FN arnes A lrecse BA Clarence
Los Xngeles Calif Albuquerque lrresen EN
Band lau Kappa Epsilon Albuquerque
Ilrllel Neuman Club Chr Epsilon V P
Sigma lau Sigma lau Seey
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Albuquerque Fitzgerald-FD Albuquerque
Sigma Chi Albuquerque Phi Delta Theta
Kappa Mu Epsilon Cosmo Club Ass't Mgr. SUB
Sigma 'l'aug Khatali LC
Chi Epsilon Pi Lambda 'l'heta
Charles Froek-ED Colvin Futrell-ED Eugene Gallegos-AS
Albuquerque Albuquerque 'f'ueun1eari, N. M.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Air Force Assn.
Ruth Galloway-AS David Garcia-ED Frank Garcia-Ph.
Albuquerque Albuquerque Delano, Calif.
BSU IAA Phi Kappa Tau-
Iilonre Economies Chap
Club Kappa Psi
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Mary Gilbert-ED Harold Gillit-EN Connie Giomi-ED
Albuquerque Ial, N. M. Albuquerque
Kappa Alpha T het
Phi Gamma Nu
Phi Lambda Theta ASME
Pi Tau Sigma-See'y.
Alpha Chi Omega
Paper Doll Attendant
Newman Clubg VVRC
Vincent Dorothy Gorry-ED Hugh Graham-AS
Gormley-BA Albuquerque Albuquerque
Albuquerque Newman Club Old Student Party
Kappa Alpha 'l'own Club IFC
Student Body Pres. Intramural Council
Student Senate 1, 3 Sigma Chi
Ir. Class V. P.
Raymond V ietor Guzzo-AS Indy Haley-FA
Guerette-ED Rahway, N. New York, N. Y.
Hartford, Conn. Kappa Mu Epsilon- Cosmo
Sigma Chig Newman Vice-president XV RC
Ch. Province Com.
Charles Hansen-FA Iames C. Harper-EN
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Chi Omega Tau Kappa Epsilon Phi Delta Theta
Stud. Stand. Com. Air Force Assn.
Robert Don Gonzales-EN Larry Gonzales-FA
Glaseoek-EN Albuquerque Albuquerque
Gallup, N. M. Newman Club
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Band
Chm. AIEE Chorus
Robert Gray-AS Iohu C. Grifliuk-ED Billie Grizzell-BA
Albuquerque Pittsburgh, Pa. Roswell, N. M.
Sigma Gamma Alpha Chi Omega
Modern day anthro major comes closer to home for studies
Elf: 5 of 3
Roswell, N. M.
Phi Gamma Nu
Delta Delta Delta
Mary Sue Hext-ED Charles M. High-AS
USCF-Pres. Phi Delta Theta
Pi Sigma Iota Student Senate
Herbert Glenn R. I-laste-AS Don D. I-Ieath-AS
I Ia rtman-Ph Albuq uerque Albuquerque
E. Covina, Calif. Phi Delta 'l'heta Kappa Sigma
Pi Kappa Alpha Kappa Mu Epsilon Ierboans
Alpha Phi Omega
XVayne O. llisey-AS Otis Iloclges-ED
Albuquerque Roswell, N. M. V
Kap Ja Alpha BSU
Student Altairs Phi Sigma
XVoodeliff Lake, N
Sigricl Holien-AS Don L, Hollis-Ph
Theta Sigma Phi
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Popularity Queen '55
Phi Alpha Theta
Morris Hooper-Ph Peggy Hooper-ED Don Hosner-BA. KHPPH A119112 Theta
Rolling Iflills, Calif. Clovis, N. M. Durango, Colo.
Kappa Psi Alpha Delta Pi Phi Delta Theta
Am. Pharm. Assn, RallvCom Newman Club
AFROTC SUB Com.
Mountainair, N. M.
Alpha Delta Pi
Mortar Board-V. P.
Arthur Humble-EN VVilliam Hurley-EN llenry E. Hurst-EN gf1ffAG1glEd1gfgf'PSAI
Albuquerque l"t. XVingate - Albuquerque Pirlll? 3551 .' '
Lettermarfs Club ASME Sigma Alpha Epsilon H appa H
XVrestling Kappa Alpha BSU
Sigma 'l"aug AIEE
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Air Force Assn. IRE
Carl T. Iaekson-AS Coral Iohnson-FA
Deming, N. Nl.
Phi Kappa Tau
Phi Kappa Phi
Alpha Phi Omega
V igilantesg USCF
Alpha Chi Omega-
Sigma Alpha Iota
Iohn B. Iolmson-AS Clarence Nancy lordan-BA
Clovis, N. M. lohnston-BA Albuquerque
Kappa Sigma Albuquerque RallyCom
Phi Gamma Nu
Sigma Delta Chi
Ieanne Vivian Michael Kclelier-AS
Kaerichcr-BA Kassenofl-ED Albuquerque
Albuquerque Albuquerque N ROTC
joseph Kennedy-EN Vernon R. King-BA Leroy Knott-EN
Roswell, N. M. Albuquerque Albuquerque
Newman Club Pi Kappa Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha
ASME Air Force Assn.
Forensic Society ASME
Oliver Lee-AS Robert Linclh--ED Oscar Linman-AS
Alamogordo, N. M. Albuquerque Roswell, N. M.
Basketballg Track Air Force Assn. Pi Kappa Alpha
Letterman's Club Student Senate RallyCom
Student Council Ski Club
Kappa Mu Epsilon AFROTC
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Robert Koontz-Ph Paul D. Charles Leach-AS
Elk Rapids, Mich. Lznnbert-ED Albuquerque
Sigma Chi Albuquerque BSU
NROTC- XVarclroom Societi'
XVarclroom Society '
Sandra Lockhart-AS Alfredo Lopez-AS Orlando Lopez-EN
La Grange, Ill. Santa Fe, N. M. Albuquerque
Pi Beta Phi Newman Club AIEE
RallyCom Geology Club
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Mary Lueero-ED Peter Lujan-EN VViIlis M.
Albuquerque Albuquerque Lumry-EN
'I'own Club ASME Albuquerque
XVRC-See'y., Pres. Cosmo Club ASCE-Pres.
Scott McCarty-AS Guy A. llenry N.
Aztec, N. M. McDowell-FIN McGill-BA
Kappa Alplm Albuquerque Albuquerque
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you how to take a rat's pulse.
lane Luxforcl-ED Dolores MeCaig-AS Frances
Albuquerque Albuquerque McCarthy-ED
Pi Lambda Theta Town Club Gallup, N. M.
Theta Sigma Phi Chi Omega
Lloyd McGuire-ED Mary Io Michael
Tulsa, Okla. McGuire-AS MeNevin-AS
USCF Albuquerque Canal Zone
NVesley Found. Pres. XVesley Foundation Khatali-See'y., Pres.
Senior Class Pres.
Marilvn McRae-AS Dale F. Mackey-AS Flora Maestas-ED
Albuquerque Albuquerque ' Espanola, N. M.
Delta Delta Delta Sigma Chi Spurs-Mortar Board
RallyCom USCF Phrateres-Pres.
VVUSQ Newman Club
Pi Lambda Theta
Gaye Mangold-AS Charlene Mann- XVilliam Mapes-EN
Northfield, Ill. Albuquerque Albuquerque
Kappa Alpha Theta Boots-Saddles Club ASCE
Ncwmang AVV S U.N.M. Rodeo
Henry Martinez-AS Robert lolly Mayberry-AS
Taos, N. M . Matthews-EN Elkhart, Kansas
Newman Club Albuquerque Marron Hall Pres.
AIChE SUB Social Chin.
Sigma Tau Young Republicans
Saul V. Miano-EN Donald Miller-EN Sheila Mills-ED
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Newman Club AlChE-Pres. Alpha Chi Omega
IRE Sigma 'l'au-Sec'y. USCF'
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Air Force Assn.
Robert 'lihomas M. Alice Morgan-ED
Montoya-ED Moran-BA Artesia, N. M.
Albuquerque Broomall, Pa. Pi B:-ta Phi-Pres.
SUB Club Band Phi C-amma Nu
Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Omicron Phi
Peggy Murphy-ED Ronald Nelson-BA David Newman-AS
Albuquerque Chicago, Ill. Albuquerque
Newman Club Phi Delta Theta- Alpha Phi Omega
Pi Lambda Theta Soc. Chm. Ieiterson Club
Martha Meadows-Ph Iames E. Meek-BA joseph Mengoni-Ph
Albuquerque Alb uq uerq uc Albuq uerque
Chi Omega Kappa Sigma
Am. Pharm. Assn.- Newman Club
Alice Smith Leroy E. Miner-BA Iamcs C. Mittlcr-AS
Miner-BA Albuquerque Albuquerque
Eunice, N. M. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pre-Med. Club
Chi Omega Alpha Phi Omega Air Force Assn.
Spursg Mortar Board Delta Sigma Pi
Phi Gamma Nu
Fred M. Bill Moulds-EN Prank R.
Mossman-BA Albuquerque Nlurillo-BA
Albuquerque Sigma Alpha Epsilon Albuquerque
Phi Delta Theta- Kappa Mu Epsilon Beta Alpha
Pres. ASMEg Pi 'l'au Sigma Newman Club
Indy Nielcell-AS VVillia1n Niclcell-EN Carolyn Nielsen-AS
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Theta Sigma Phi- AIEE Kappa Kappa Gamma
Sec'y. Delta Sigma Phi- Mnmcrc-Asst. Ed.
Phi Sigma Iota Pres. Young Republicans
Loao Staff Student Senate
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Abbey Nixon-ED Cary L. Noss-AS Richard Novaria-ED
Raton, N. M. Eunice, N. M. Albuquerque
Chi Omega-Pres. Sigma Chi-See'y. Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Student Council llhi Alpha 'l'lreta Sigma 'l'au
RallyComg Chorus Cultural Comm. Pi 'llau Sigma
ANVS-See'y. Inter-lfrat. Council ASMEQ Klratali
XVilliam Oliver-EN Ambrosio Ortega-AS Nancy Overfelt-ED
Chimayo, N. M.
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Phi Kappa Phi
ASCE Sigma 'l'au
Santa Fe, N. M.
llome EC. Club
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Karen O'Beirnc AS
Kappa Kappa Camma
Harlan Pannell-AS Earl Parker-ED
Albuquerque Estancia, N. M
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Ronald Parslow-EN Ernestiue Sylvia Patino-AS
Albuquerque Patino-ED Albuquerque
ASME Albuquerque Phil. Soe.
El Paso, Tex.
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Kappa Alpha
Norman Petersen-EN 'l'omas XV. Pettit-AS Sallv Pfeiffer-ED
Deerfield, Ill. Montrose, Calif. Corona, N. M.
XVardroom Society Phi Delta Theta Alpha Delta Pi
Lambda Chi Pres. XVardroom Society AXV S
Harry Pomeroy-AS Diane Pool-ED Carole Potter-FA
Haydenville, Mass. Albuquerque Roswell, N. M.
Kappa Alpha Xvesley Foundation Dorm D Pres.
Alpha Phi Omega Kappa Alpha Theta USCF
Corres. See'y., 'I'reas.
Rush Clnn., Panhel.
Barry E. Pullen-AS Ioe Quintana-EN Iohn Radosevieh-AS
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Phi Sigma IREg Sigma 'l'au
Pre-Med. Club Kappa Mu Epsilon
Donald Paul C. Rea-AS Raymond Rede-Ph
Radovieh-FA Albuquerque Las Cruces, N. M,
Albuquerque Sigma Chi Alpha Phi Omega
Pi Kappa Alpha Athletic Adv. Comm. Kappa Psi
Carolyn Phillips-ED 'l'ed D. Phillips-BA lfranlc Plaeeli-AS
Santa Fe, N. M. Albuquerque Brookheld, Ill.
Alpha Chi Omega Lonog Opera
Student Council Concert Chorus
USCFg XVl1o's XVlio Canterbury Club
Mareelino Prelo-BA Muriel Pride-l"A Ronald Propper-EN
Mesealero, N. M. Albuquerque Inspiration, Ariz.
Newman Club AXVS-V. P. Sigma Chi
Delta Delta Delta NRO'l'C XVardroom
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"I told Ioe not to try to kiss me goodnight. Oh, well . . ."
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Richard Rciuert-EN Robert Donald
Coin, Iowa Riekelton-AS Roberson-Ph
Kappa Psi llarmingtou, N. M. Albuquerque
Newman Club Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Psi Omega
Am. Pharm. Assn.
Berua Romero-AS Paul Rose-AS Everitt A. Ross-EN
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Phi Sigma Phi Delta 'l'lieta ASCE
Phi Sigma lota XVarclroom Society Kappa Alpha
Phi Kappa Phi
Lydia Sanchez-ED VVilliam Sanford-AS Iohn Schamaun-EN
Belen, N. M. Taos, N. M. Albuquerque
Newman Club Kappa Alpha-Pres. ASCE
Cosmo Club Chi Epsilon
Santa Fe, N. M.
King of Hearts
Russell VV. Scott-AS
Santa Fe, N. M. Albuquerque Santa Fe, N. M.
Sigma Chi Kappa Mu Epsilon AEROTC
ASCE Sigma Tau Newman Club
Phi Kappa Phi AIA
Santa Fe, N. M.
Ann Rubincam-AS Taeko Sakami-B X
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Hevward XV .
Delta Sigma Pi
Ellanora Shaw-ED Leonard Shirley Shehan-AS
Albuquerque Sheliield-BA Los Alamos, N. M
Town Club Albuquerque Kappa Kappa Gamma
Canterbury Club Delta Sigma Pi RallyComg USCF
Cultural Com.g Spurs
Nancy Shell-FA loyce Simmons-AS Kenneth Siner-AS
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Sigma Alpha Iota Alpha Delta Pi Sigma Delta Chi
Philosophy Club Student Pub. Board Loiso-Managing Ed.
Freshman Adviser SUB Program Dir. Philosophy Club V X V I' I' NH
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MIRAGE Editor' 5, loc Singleterry-EN Louis Small-ED Ernest Smalling-AS
Clovis, N. M. Grants, N. M. Albuquerque
AlChE lAA Pi Sigma Alpha
Celia Smith Donald Smith-EN Harrison Smith-ED
Pi Beta Phi Albuquerque Albuquerque K
Ilsiulnfffclub ?f,?E'a Ch' Chl james D. smith-BA Robert smifh-EN Rick sneddfm-EN
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Kappa Sigma Ski Club Sigma Chi
Delta Sigma Pi AIA-Treas. NROTC
Air Force Assn. ASPE XVardroom Society
Tina Southern-FA Allan Sprengeler-BA lack Stahl-ED
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Neuman Club Kappa Sigma Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Band Club XVardroom Society
Theresa Starkey-ED Ierry Stevens-EN james Stevens-AS
Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Newman Club Letterman's Club
Student Senate Varsity Swimming
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Seems like everyone cleaned up on Lobos this last fall. MIRAGE Sports Ed.
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Norma Stewart-ED Patricia Stewart-BA lane Stinnett-BA
Albuquerque I-latch, N. M. Portales, N. M.
llome Economies Student Council Alpha Chi Omega-
Club Outstand. Ir. NVomau Vieefpres.
llomeeoming, Crystal Phi Gamma Nu-
Ball Attendant See'y.
Sally Stringer-ED Peggy Sullivan-AS Polly Sullivan-BA
Las Vegas, Nev. Albuquerque Albuquerque
Pi Beta Phi BSU-Treas., Editor Pi Beta Phi-
See'y.-'l"reas., Ir. Cl. Band Soc. Chairman
Mortar Board Phi Gamma Nu
Phi Alpha Theta l-lome Economies
Maryln Thomas-ED Aleta Thomson-FA VVilliam F.
Albuquerque Scotch Plains, N. "l"horn-EN
Kappa Alpha 'Fheta Alpha Chi Omega Albuquerque
Homecoming Atteucl't Sigma Alpha Iota AIChE
'l'au Kappa Epsilon
Barbara Gilbert 'Torres-AS Edward Tristram-AS
Tiemann-ED 'l'aos, N. M. Albuquerque
Albuquerque AIEE Soph. Class Pres.
Kappa Mu Epsilon Alpha Phi Omega
Newman Club Tau Kappa Alpha
Student Union Board
Frank Stone-BA Linda Stowers-ED Susan Strange-AS
Hobbs, N. M. Albuquerque Albuquerque
Sigma Chi Newman Club Pi Beta Phi
Ian Summers-ED Fidel G. Tabet-Ph Donovan
Lubbock, Tex. Belen, N. M. Teegarden-EN
Alpha Chi Omega Newman Club Albuquerque
RallyCom Air Force Assn. Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Fiesta Queen Sigma Tau-Pres.
Pi Tau Sigma
How are you Exed for blades?
Arthur Trujillo-AS Maurice Clenn E.
Cordova, N. M. Trumble-EN Turner-ED
ASCE Pi Kappa Alpha
Kappa Sigma Student Bar Assn.
Vivian Vacquier-ED Alfred Valdez-AS
Cultural Committee Newman Club
Alpha Chi Omega
XVilliam V ance-EN
Alpha Phi Omega Si ma Tau
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Air Force Assn.
Priscilla V igil-AS
Chama, N. M.
Phi Alpha Theta
Pub. Relations Com.
Leonard V oelker-FA Shirley NVall-ED
Kappa Alpha Theta
See'y.-Trcas. Sr. Class
Kappa Kappa Psi
Cosmo Club Band
Silver City, N. M.
Alpha Delta Pi
Am. Pharm. Assn.
Ioan L. XVard-ED Robert
Phi Kappa Phi Albuquerque
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Delta Sigma Pi
james H. 'l'urner-BA Rodolfo Meredith Ussery-BA
Portales, N. M. Ulibarri-ED Albuquerque
Sigma Chi Albuquerque Delta Sigma Pi-Pres.
Vigilantes Band-Drum Major Commerce Council
Nancy V ann-AS Edwin Lita V igil-ED
Albuquerque Vcrgloegh-ED Santa Fc, N. M.
Kappa Kappa Camma Albuquerque XVRC
Student Senate ,MENC Newman Club
Student Council- Band Student Senate
See'y. College Dance Band
Assoc. Party Sec'y.-T.
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Detroit, Mich. Chicago, Ill.
Vigilantcsg Khatali Cultural Corn.
Homecoming Chinn. Spurs
Kappa Sigma Student Senate
Phi Kappa Phi Donn D-Pres.
Noel C. XVhitc-Ph james XVilliams-EN
Long Beach, Calif. lluron, S. Dakota
Kappa Psi Vigilantcsg AlChE
Am. Pharm. Assn. XVardroom Society
l,.ono Bus. Manager
Alpha Chi Omega
'Down two more points, professor, and yon're right on the girls'
Frank VVestfall-BA Charles james A. Wfhitc-EN
Carlsbad, N. M. VVheeler-EN Santa Fe, N. M.
Rodeo Club-Pres. Albuquerque Pi Kappa Alpha
Pi Kappa Alpha Student Senate ASCE
Chi Epsilong ASCE Fencing Club
Kappa M u Epsilon
Ioe Don Bruce R. Wfood-AS D'Armc
XVomack-ED El Cerriot, Calif. hh70Odl1l2Il-ED
Roswell, N. M. V igilautcsg Khatali Ontario, Calif.
Pre-Med. Club Kappa Mu Epsilon Alpha Delta Pi
BSU XVardroom Society Paper Doll Queen
Varsity Track Lobo Chr. Fellow. Phi Gamma Nu-
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pres.
Iaines A. Robert Carl S. Yrene-EN
VVoods-EN Wfortman-EN Albuquerque
Phi Delta Theta Dexter, N. M. ASME-Treas.
AIA Kappa Alpha
Best Ir. Arch. Stu- Intramural Council
dent of the Year ASCE
Kappa Alpha Theta
Spursg Mortar Board
Hiroyuki Ronald Roland
Arita Calkins Cooper
Birnie Craig Iulian
Hammock Hefllehnan Hoffman
Mary E. Ernestine XVilliam
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Witlzozit organizations to help break the monotony of
studies, school would soon become a dull, listless four
years of plain hard work. For everyone on campus
there was an organization to help ease him through
the worst moments by giving that needed "break"
from the dull routines.
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Row ONE: Syl Chumleyg Mike McNeving Mike Keleherg Iim Weber. Row Two: VVally Deckertg Dick Novariag Charles Catesg Bob Matteucci. Row TIIRI-312:
Bruce XVoodg Arlin Cooperg Ken Drakeg Byron Catong lack Carnahan.
Officers The name Khatali -a Navajo word meaning medicine man -is
President i i ..'. MIKE MCNEVIN applied to those outstanding senior men on U.N.M. campus who are
Vice-president . Q SYL CHUMLEY on hand -with plenty of activities! scholarship, and character to keep
Secretary , . 1 MIKE KELEHER U.N .M . in healthy spirits.. Organized in iozg, Ifhatalfs purpose is. to
Treasurer I IIM XVEBER assist the Student Council and the Administration of the University,
and to promote and to enforce the traditions and customs of the Uni-
versity among male students.
Activities of the group include ushering at football games, giving
freshman orientation and registration aid, assisting with the Coronation
of the Homecoming Queen, and visiting high schools during the spring
to interest state students in obtaining a college education. New mem-
bers are chosen each year in the spring by the membership of the past
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SEATnn: 'I'ona Dnhbsg Flora Mncstusg Teresa Cummins, Shirley Irving, Muriel Pride. STANDING: Sally Stringer, Alice Minor, Sharon Yenneyg Coral lohnson,
Gaye Mangold, Edith Brattong Nancy Cone.
The senior women who wear the blaclc and gold Mortar Board
uniform have been selected for membership in this national senior
women's honorary on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and serv-
ice to the University. Maia, the local chapter of Mortar Board, was
installed at the University on May 30, 1921.
Each year, Mortar Board acknowledges scholarship by a tea for
junior women with above-average grades and by awarding a scholar-
ship to a foreign Woman graduate student.
Mortar Board serves U.N .M . by assisting with elections, sponsor-
ing the freshman orientation program for women students, direct-
ing the election and Coronation of the Homecoming Queen, and
assisting with Honors Assembly. Other activities include selling
Homecoming mums and Community Concert series tickets, spon-
soring the Hanging of the Greens, Stunt Night, and the senior
breakfast for women prior to graduation, and awarding the Com-
munity Action Award.
Secretary . .
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Mary Louise Stogden. Row Two: Sue Robinsong Nancy Cartlidgeg Carolyn Stcwartg Marilyn Iohnsong Beth Sliuldtg Ian Recvcsg IoAnne Lockridgeg l-larvcy
Iean Petersong Carol Kluverg Betty Slayterg Kay Liesseg Ester C-ibsong Leilani Hullg Toni Cellag Adoria Marting lean Collinsg Sinnnie Romero.
UHTCCYS The sophomore women of U.N .M . who Wear the red and white
President . . . . . BERWYN NICKINNEY s ur are united in the ur Jose to roinote school s Jirit and su J Jort
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V1Ce'PfC51deU'f - - ADA IANE HASHIMOTO all activities in which the student body participates, to foster anion g
Secfefafy f - - BARBARA XVILLIAMS the Women of the University a spirit of loyalty and helpfulness, and
Treasurer . . . IANET BTAYLAND
to uphold all the traditions of the University.
This national sophomore lVO11lC1l,S honorary was organized on
the U.N.M. campus in 1939. Membership is offered to girls at the
completion of their freshman year on the basis of college activi-
ties, dependability, unselhshness, democracy, and above average
Their services to UN .M . this year included soliciting for needy
organizations, selling programs at-football games, and helping with
Interest, activities, and scholarship are the code words of the
Vigilantes. This sophomore 1ncn's honorary was organized to create
a more democratic spirit on the campus and to encourage participa-
tion in student and social activities by freshmen men.
llflcmhers arc selected at the end of their freshman year by
Khatali, senior IllCIl,S honorary. A
Always vigilant when there's worlc to he done, activities of the
group include helping during Orientation Wfeelc both semesters,
participating in Homecoming festivities, ushering at football games,
and the continuation of a scholarship fund presented yearly to a
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Row ONE: Iohn Andersong Don Lee Gorslincg Danny Zeltg Dan Hamptong Mike Laineg VVillard Lewis. Row Two: Bill Diekinsong Ben Cleggg Lynn Parkerg
lack Littlcg Dave Emmertg Lyle Rakerg Phil Mansur. Row THREE: Io in KelehergCharles Vidalg Phil Taulbeeg Iohn Elderg Iirn Majorg Iohn Doughtyg Larry
Hammackg Ernest Melcuclcz.
Bob Chatten, Editor, and Ken Siner, Managing Editor, discussing engravings for the next
issue of the Loiao.
Hectic but satisfying. How else can you de- lish four times a Week?" instead of "Can we?"
scribe it. As the sign on the bulletin board says, Editor Bob Chatten became the first three-year
"anyone who can remain calm in all this confu- LOBO staff member in many years, and Ken
sion simply doesn't understand the situation." Siner, Danny Zeff, and Eric McCrossen were
With a larger and better-trained staff than any in the two-year ranks.
in recent years, the LoBo was able to come out
in six or eight pages at least every two weeks.
The question became "How soon can we pub-
Ken Siner explains Loiso picture policy to Pat Tolmie,
Night and Feature Editor.
Discussing a new lead on a story are Harry Moskos, reporter, Eric
McCrossen, Night Editor, and columnist, and Martin Paslcind, re-
porter . . . or are they discussing the colorful calendar they insisted
having their picture shot by.
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Carolyn Nielsen, society columnist, and Bob
Chatten must have just discovered some spicy bit
of society news for Carolyn's weekly column. -
lim Lamb, columnist, best known for his Lamb Stewg Barbara Pino, reporter,
and Bob Beck, Night Editor and columnist, grinding out copy for an issue.
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Nancy Walter and Laura Tippin who are both reporters.
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the misiclentitied individual class pictures which were such a
Esther Saeherson holds a rough of the cover of which we are so
justifiably proud as she and Mary Bratschi, Art Editor-in-chief,
and Les Olmsted take a break from the art which makes the
An invitation to reminisce comes from your
Mirage staff who-with the burning of the mid-
night oil and precious energy -have tried to capture
for you the smiles of kings and queens . . . the
winning touchdowns . . . the grind ot classes . . .
the exuberation which comes from putting class
work aside . . . in short, the minutes and hours
that have made this a year to remember with the
hope that you will look back upon it with enjoyment
Charlotte d'Almaine, Sally Carpenter, Diana Fisher look grim
with determination as they tackle the typing of the many pages
of copy you are now reading.
Nancy Welcli replaced Ianct Cray Price as Class Editor and is
seen here being given advice on cutlines for her section by
Nancy Gentry, Features Editor, and lim Lamb, our all-around
Filing is a fine art which is especially important when dealing with thou-
sands ot pictures and facts. llere Sue llartrnzrn, Carol Kutnewsky and Ann
McEvoy are carefully tucking away pictures which are probably now lost
lim Stevens, sports editor, had the chore of recording for you a most ditii-
cult sports year. Eleanor Gritlin, faculty editor, and Dave Faxv, assistant
business manager, are out of their departments when dealing with sports,
but are specialists in their fields.
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No, it's not rogues' gallery, but the photographers who made this pictorial
record of U.N.M. 1955-56 possible. Moody Naumer, lim Crow, Lou
Arrnijo, Bob Chatten, Ken Siner, Ralph Luna, Iocl Barrett.
Ken Drake, business manager, looks very executive as he plans his
all-out campaign for advertisements.
loAnn Clauve, organizations editor, is discussing layout for organizations
with Esther Gibson, layout editor, as Ioan Heaton, Greek editor, is calling
a frat president about a tardy membership list.
,wha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega stands for s-e-r-v-i-c-e on the U.N.M. campus. This national service
fraternity established Delta Tau chapter at U.N.M. in 1946.
A Phi O performs a wide scope of services for campus, community, and country. On
the campus A Phi O members aid with registration and freshman orientation and coun-
seling, direct card stunts and usher at football games, make daily visits to the inhrmary
and checlc 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 chil-
dren, the Ugly Man Contest from which proceeds go to the March of Dimes, an Easter
Egg Hunt for underprivileged children, and a Scouting Exposition for the Boy Scouts of
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Brooks Peter Samuel Howard Douglas
Arnbos Bawuah Bowe Brawn Carmichael
William l'llllJ6l't Charles VVayne lim
Cooper I-lill Keeler McAchran Mullins
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Newman Pickering Root Rosenbaum Sandoval
President . . . . .
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Corresponding Secretary .
Recording Secretary . .
. TED TRISTRAM
. IIM MULLINS
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. CURTIS KEELER
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Patty Stewart sorts the toys given as admission price for the A Phi O
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Boatrightg Cail Hatchellg Ann MeEvoyg Yvonne Pearlg Ianey Vincentg Marcia Blairg Shiela Farleyg V irgie Centryg Martha Bengeg Wendel WVoods. Row
THREE! Linda Sumrallg Berna Lee Aking Ieanne Iordang Donna Rinng Denise Loperg Ann Easleyg Alice Speedg Pat Cilliardg Nancy XValtersg Kay Clauvcg Mary
lfgoopegg Bernice Love. Row FOUR: Kay VVorthintong Bobbett Crawfordg Ann Krummesg Clara Parsonsg Don Feclericg Nancy Centryg Beverly Harrisg XVarren
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RallyCom is a student spirit organization whose
e e purpose is to promote student activities through
T attempts to develop spirit and enthusiasm in both
the students and faculty of the University.
Iunior RallyCo1n, newly organized this year, is
composed of students who are new to the spirit
organization. Those who have proved to be inter-
ested in the organization by doing good work may
become members of the senior group after one year
of membership in the junior group.
RallyCorn purchased a new set of clreerleadefs
uniforms for the Varsity Cheerleaders and sold
freshman beanies at the beginning of the school
year. I-Iomecorning found RallyCom in charge of
decorating the stadium and organizing a huge
bonfire. The annual Spirit Sing was again spon-
sored by the spirit group as were several school
Oflicers of Senior RallyCom
President ........ CORKY MORIKIS
Secretary . . BERVVYN NICKINNEY
Treasurer ....... CAROL ROBBINS
Officers of Iunior RalIyCom
President ......... IUDY LITTLE
Vice-president . . BARBARA HUNT
First pep rally of the year . . . Secretary . . . SALLY CARPENTER
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Row ONE: Lyncll Burusg Bernice Lovcg Pat Gilliard. Row Two: Iezmnie Bennettg Mary Cooperg Yvonne Pearl.
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Your varsity cheerleaders, not only have the duties of leading the student
body section in yells and yelling with as much volume as possible them-
selves, but they are also diplomats, ambassadors, in short, are representa-
tives ot the school who impart substantially to the impression of what out-
siders thinlc of U.N .M . and her students.
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The major project of the Lettermeifs Club, which includes men
who have lettered in at least one of the major sports, is an annual
dance. The Varsity Cirl is crowned at this clance and also the club
names the Uletterman of the year" in each sport.
Row ONE: Donnie Brooks, Prcsidcntg Luis Gonzales, Trcasurerg lim Iuarcz, Secretary. Row Two: Bob Cristg jim Stevensg lim Cramcrg joe Don Womack
Row 'rlmmiz lorry Apodacng Lynn Parkcrg Ilcrb I-lughesg Mart Scrvis. Row FOUR: Dave Leonardg Billy VVaguerg Corky Morrisg jim Econimides. Row FIVE
Dick Colcg Bill Eickcrtg Roland Arrigonig Dick Brown. Row six: Bob Sanchezg Phil Harrisg Chuck Vidal. Row SEVEN: lack Stobieg Burl Humbleg lim
Briscoeg Orlcn Coupland.
Row ONE: Barbara Billings: Barbara Scott: Indy Minces: Carol Sartain: Eleanor Rae: YVynn Davis, Secretary-Treasurer:
Anna DelVento: Vivian Vacquier. Row TYVOZ Ginny Pinkerton: Nancy Sargent: Sharon I-Ienshaw: Karen Davis: Katy
Dunn: Charlott d'Almaine: Ann Richardson: Carol Cooper. Row Trrnma: Suzanne Perry: Peggy Hooper: Barbara
Bu'Zard: Ann Krummes: Nancy Laliker: Carole Cole: Sally Pfeiffer. Row Form: Martha Iwaski: Harry Davidson: Pat
Iones. Row FIVE: Bob Lindh: Bob Anderson: Eddy Boice: Robin Young: Hap Crawford, Vice-president, Row SIX!
Fred Smith: Alton Dohner: Charles Stewart: Roger Fryer: Iohn Lynn: Skip Salazar: Iohn Kinsolving, President.
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Row ONE: Iudy Erwin: Indy Minces: Denise Loper: Gail Olson: Carolyn Cooper: Charlott Stevens: Rachel Nelson. Row Two: Claudette
Chicado: Marlene Corn: Dorothy Paulson: Ann Krunnnes: Beth Shuldt: Ginny Pinkerton: jean Reardon, Secretary: Bernice Love: Patt
Quinn: Nancy Sargent: Donna Crook. Row 'rrrR1zE: CharlottePiper, sponsor: Sonja Hansen: Iune Mills, Carol '1'ownsend, 'l're:1surer:
Sally Blatniea: Nancy Cone: Fran Bonnyrnan, President: Karen O'Biernc.
. JM. Kadro Association
Row ONE! Pat Gonghg Donnie WVareg Io Engleg Wanda Atchleyg Sara Cox. Row TWO! Norma Lue Earlg Nancy Sargentg Kay Kerosg Ginny Pinkertong Katie
Pheistcrg Marilyn Coxg Nancy Fore. Row 'rnruzrzz Curly Mooreg Bob Flemiugg Dick Woottong Bob Campbellg Don Marting Frank VVestfa1l.
The U.N .M . Rodeo Association was organized last year for the OFHCCIS
purpose of preserving western traditions on campus and to sponsor President . . . . . . Don lVIARTIN
an intercollegiate rodeo team. The club is a member of the Na- Vice-president . . Boa CAMPBELL
tional Intercollegiate Rodeo Association which determines the rules Secretary . . . Nancy SARGENT
and regulations ot college rodeo and awards its championships.
Marry activities are sponsored by the club, including western
dances and deer-burger fries. Willis Barnes ot the men's PE Depart-
ment is the faculty sponsor ot the organization.
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Row ONE! Robert Olsong Bruce Iaggerg Don Millerg Phil Cyrg Robert Matthews. Row TYVOZ Rosemary Barrettg Charles Thompsong Dr. R. I. Fermg Mike
Keehang Iay Baetzg Iere Greeng Bill Butterbaughg Walter Corbettg Ioel Sims. Row THREE: George Yeagcrg Park Simsg Phil Gensemerg Ervin Armbrustcrg
Louis Leapoldg Luciano Sedillog Arthur Abelsong President Popejoyg loe Singlcterryg Bill Thorng Harry Vanceg Ioe Banksg Mike Mainzg Tom McCaffrey.
Row FOUR: Lynn Parkerg David I-Ioltg Bob Fellabaumg Al Crowg Bob Darmitzelg Iesse Armstrongg Engle Southarclg NV. Kempenaarg Hubert Bally Arther
Horng Bill Maddeng Prof. P. K. Yorkg lim Williams.
President . .
Secretary . .
Sergeant at Arms
. . DON MILLER
. . . PHIL CYR
Inspired by the purpose of encouraging and pursuing interests in
chemical en ineerin , U.N.M.'s student cha ter of the national
professional organization was chartered on campus.
Membership is opened to all upper-class students regularly en-
rolled in chemical engineering courses.
Through speakers, projects, and associations, AICE strives to
prepare its members for the future professional world.
After his freshman year, any student at the University enrolled
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in a four year course leading to the Bachelor's degree in electrical President ..... Bruscrc Grascocrc
engineering or physics is eligible for membership in AIEE-IRE. SCCICYHYY - - - GILBERT TORREZ
During the first semester, the professional IRE group sponsored OHIOOIS ' I R E
a student competitive paper. Prizes were given and many students PICSidCHf ------ DOUG BALCOMB
entered papers in the contest. SOOIOIOIY - CAROL COOPER
Ioint Treasurer . . IRWIN FRANK
The professional AIEE group sponsored its regular student paper
contest during the second semester. This nation-wide contest is di-
vided into regional contests and the regional winners compete for
the national title.
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Row ONE! john Iaramillog Gregory Rosalesg Ioe Quintanag Orlando Lopez: Alfonso Marquez: Vic Mianog Arlin Cooper. Row Two: Richard Roweg Phil Curtissg
Raymond Tarverg Philip Celtg Paul Dagueg Hank Hurstg Charles VVilliams. Row THREE: Ralph Tapyg Donnelly Iohnsong Guy McDowellg Michael Ripleyg
George Swaing R. K. Moore: Robert Glascockg Irwin Frank. Row Form: Gilbert Torrezg E. C. Riehemang W. A. Badsgardg Iames Harperg Ken Drake. Row
Fxvn: Howard Chandong Paul Ellis: Don Collis: Burt Humble. Row six: john Usryg Carl Longerotg Richard Fleck: jim Durant: Robert Blatehfordg Raymond
Cainskig Douglas Baleomb: Harold Porterlield.
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Row ONE! William Oliver, Ray Foss, Faculty Adviser, Carol Cooperg Don Gonzales, Willis Lumry, Iames Windsor, Shimeles Asfawg A. M. Rashid. Row
Two: Pablo Chavezg Iohn Duffg Edward Coxg Iohn Cheeky William Mapesg Charles Wheelerg Ioseph Ferrerig Arthur Anstineg Frank Parker, Harold Ruggg
Costas Logothetis. Row THREE: Shifarraw Bizunehg Iames McBrideg Clifford Gilbertg Robert Crist, Clarence Frieseng G. William Floydg Gerald Staubling
Vemon Kerr, Albert Dennisg john Scharnaung Charles O'Bannong Ronald Propper, jose Martinezg Iames Cramer.
OFECCIS Professional recognition is the goal which every engineer hopes
President . . ..... WILLIS LUMRY to attain. The aim of the Student Chapter of ASCE is to stimulate
ViCC-prCSidCHf - - MAURICE TRUMBLE the interest of the student civil engineer in the development of his
SCCICUTY - - - - lAMES WINDSOR profession. Through association with the organization, the student
Treasurer . . DON GONZALES
gains technical knowledge, experience, slcill, a sense of moral obliga-
tion to mankind, and an appreciation of the impact of technology
The first Student Chapters of the American Society of Civil En-
gineers Were formed in 1920, the U.N.M. chapter was organized
The society maintains a close working fellowship with the State
Professional Society and participates in programs provided by them,
as well as semi-monthly meetings on the campus. Guided tours were
made through Wliite Sands Proving Grounds, Los Alamos, and
Kirtland Air Force Base.
Technical papers are Written and given by members of the
UN .M . Student Chapter. Our representative won first place at the
state meeting at New Mexico ASIM College and second place at
the regional meeting in San Diego.
American Srfciefy afrflflalzrzn ml Sizgizrecr
The student branch of the American Society of Mechani- OECCTS
cal Engineers provides student mechanical engineers with Chairman . . . Don TEEGARDEN
an opportunity to advance, circulate, and practice their ViCC-C11Hif1H2I11 - - NORMAN IORDAN
mechanical engineering lcnowledge. I t was designed to pro- Secfetafl' - - - HARRY DAVIDSON
Treasurer ......... CARL YRENE
Student Senate Representative . DrcK NOVARIA
Honorary Chairman . . PROFESSOR A. D. Form
mote an atmosphere of professional consciousness and fel-
lowship and to present a proper perspective ot engineering
Activities include guest speakers, student discussions and
presentation of papers, movies, field trips, and participation
in the regional convention of A.S.M.E. student branches.
Membership is open to all sophomore, junior, and senior
Row ONE! Vasscl Roberts, Peter Lujan, Richard Novaria, Ioe Kennedy, Eloy Martinez, Harry Davidson, Fred Salladay, Arlin Cooper, Sostenes Suazo, Iames
May. Row Two: Charles O'Brannon, Cary Judd, Norman Root, XV. Foley, George Honeycutt, Edward Merewether, Carl Yrene, Donald Hutchinson, WVally
Dcckert, Howard Thurmond, Prof. Grace, VVilliam McKin, Iames Briscoe. Row THREE: Bill Moulds, Don Teegarden, Wayne Tucker, Horace Lowe, Norman
Iordan, Gene Myers, Harold Gillit, Iames Neuton, Bill Hurley, Robert Gault, Robert Tucker, LeRoy Knott, Charles Bankston, Don Alberts, Don Anderson,
Row ONE: Fred Cone, Ray Fossg Cene XVllCClSIQ Clarence Frieseng Ron Ferrerig Iohn Shumang Edward Coxg XVilliam Oliverg Iolin Bauer. Row Two Francis
Burton, Dan Hughesg H. VV. Nunez, Burton Dwyerg Bill Eickertg YVillis Lumryg Ron Propperg E. B. Bail, Bill Cheekg Sheldon Raizesg Robert Denene Prof
Secretary . .
. ..... IOSEPH FERRERI
. CLARENCE FRIESEN
. . . . EDWARD Cox
. . CHARLES vVHEELER
. IOHN SCHAIXIAUN
Members of Chi Epsilon, national civil engineer-
ing honorary fraternity, are pledged to encourage
greater achievements in the civil engineering profes-
sion, using scholarship, character, practicality, and
sociability as guides.
Services of the fraternity include publishing a di-
rectory of the present addresses and job positions of
the U.N.M. civil engineering graduates. By thus
uniting the graduates, progress is made towards the
goal of the advancement of the Civil Engineering
Chi chapter of thc University of New Mexico was
All branches of engineering are fused into Sigma
Tau, national honorary fraternity for exceptional stu-
dents in the College of Engineering. Membership
requirements are based upon principles of scholar-
ship, practicality, and sociability.
President . . ..... DON TEEGARDEN
Vice-president .... .
. DICK NOVARIA
Corresponding Secretary . . CLARENCE FRIESEN
Recording Secretary . . .
Treasurer .... .
Historian . . .
Adviser . . PROF.
. DoN MILLER
founded in 1928. The activities of the fraternity in-
clude serving as freshman advisers and participating
in combined engineering functions.
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Row ONE: Phil Geltg Brcck Glascockg Dave Holtg Bob Matthewsg Al Dennisg Charles Bankstong Ron Ferrerig joe Quintanag Bill McKin. Row Two: Iere Greeng
Clarence Frieseng Don Millerg Arlin Cooperg Irwin Franlcg Gene Wheelerg lose Suazog Harold Gillitg Ken Drake. Row THREE: Don Teegardeng Arthur
Austing Mike Maizg james Mayg Bob Deneneg Brian Boggsg Harry Vanceg Bill Oliverg R. N. Grayg Phil Rogersg Dick Novariag Carl Longerotg Fred Coney Paul
Dagueg Doug Balcombg Eugene Zwoyer, sponsor.
Gene Franchinig Norbert Tlachacg David Burke, David Mall, Bill Sncadg David Fortnerg Ray Cramer, Steven Rileyg Dr. Cullen Owcnsg Mike Nigro.
Special interests or abilities on debate teams, in oratory, extemporaneous speaking, oral interpretation, or discus-
sion groups has Won U.N .M . forensic students fame in the oral world. Outstanding achievement of University students
in forensics over the past several years has netted many tens of trophies and certificates of recognition in all parts of
the country. This year U.N.M. was especially proud of its upper division and freshman debate teams as they partici-
pated competitively in contests across the west.
David Fortnerg David Mallg Mike Nigrog Gene
Franchinig David Burkeg Bill Sneadg Norbert
Tlachacg Steven Rileyg Ray Cramerg Dr. Cullen
Row ONE: Prof. VVilliam I-Iubcr, Adviscrg Dorothy Dickinson, V ice-presidentg Meredith Ussery, Presidentg Dick Goctzman, Treasurerg Harriette Reynolds,
Secretaryg Dcan Sorrell, Aclviscr. Row Two: lane Ann Stinncttg Helen Kimballg Pattic Stcwartg Tona Dabbsg Mona Howeg Sue Robinsong Cal Boothg Shirley
Tectcr. Row Tlnuzlar Dave Morgang Fred Stcvcnsg Ronald Bowrag Bob XVarcham.
Delta Szyma Pi
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Row ONE: loc Collins, Iunior Vice-presidentg Meredith Ussery, Presidentg Dick Goetzman, Senior Vice-presidentg Dick Pierce. Row Two: Carl Christmang
Dave Peesakg Heywood Scottg Dave Morgang F red Stevcnsg Orlando Mierag Dave Ncumanng Pete d'Albertisg Mr. Auld.
Kappa Omicrrfn Phi
Row oNE: Danna Cooper, Recording Secretaryg Elouise Alexander, First Vice-presidentg Barbara Bonham, Presidentg Marcella Gutierrez, Second Vice-presi-
dentg Ellen Toynton, Treasurerg Renee Econirnides, Corresponding Secretary. Row TYVO2 Margaret Swinclzurng Pat Espinozag Martha Bengcg Vivian Ornang
Grace Elser. Row THREE: Torksey Ensmingerg Mary lo McGuireg Francine Raperg Imogean MeMurrayg lean Stellcrg loc Ann Clauveg Irma Shrakeg Alice
Hams Emmfmics glllb
Row ONE: Mary Millsg Wanda Atchleyg Betty McKelveyg Betsy Hollifieldg Marcella Gutierrezg Ellen Toynton, Treasurer. Row Two: Sandra Hutchinsong
Eleanor Crifling Nancy Meisterg Mary Ellen Billingsg Barbara Iusticeg Lu Campbellg Nancy Overfeltg Renee Econimicles, Presidentg Pat Gough. Row THREE!
lean Stellerg Vickie YVestg Sue Hartmang Betty Hendersong Mary Ann Clarkg Esther Kingg Torksey Ensmingerg Vice-presidentg Ann Easleyg Imogean McMurray.
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Row ONE: Dr. Frank Gcntryg Iohn Usryg Wally Deckertg Ed Coxg lose Suazog Diane Poolg Harry Vanceg
Burl I-Iumble. Row Two: Ron Ferrcrig George Hudsong Iolm Freemang Ken Drakeg Richard Georgeg Don
Millerg George Swaing Charles Bankstong Arlin Cooper.
Membership is limited to
faculty members and those
regularly enrolled students
who have completed at least
one semester of calculus and
have a general scholastic and
matheinatic average of 2.0
grade points or better. New
pledges are initiated both
Kappa M u Epsilon, national honorary mathe-
matics fraternity, was founded in 1931. I ts aim is to
provide a society for the recognition of outstanding
achievement in the study of mathematics and to
further the interest of mathematics for undegraduate
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President . .
V ice-president .
Treasurer . .
New Pledges being quizzecl by Dr. Gentry at the initiation
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New Pledges becoming active members of Kappa Mu
. . . KEN DRAKE
. MARIE SMITH
. IERRY ROWLAND
. . . DIANE POOL
. DR. FRANK CENTRE'
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Kappa P I
SEnTED: Lyle Rakerg Charles Robertsg Donald Robersong Noel White, Ioseplr Mengonig B. Nickcllg lack Bcasleyg Robert Standridge, Dick Gceg O. C.
Bridger. STANDING: Sam Ceeg Frank Carciag Don Bedaleg Morris Hooper, Dennis Penag Dean Catalineg Tim Elsbrockg Ioe Otcrog Ramon Redeg Al Fitz.
President . . . . . .
Secretary . .
. B. NICKELL
. Ion MENGONI
. NOEL WIIITE
The chief objective of Kappa Psi, professional pharma-
ceutical fraternity, is the advancement of pharmacy, educa-
tionally, fraternally, and socially, and to foster scholarship
and research. At the present time this fraternity has about
20,000 national members.
Gamma Rho chapter at the University received its char-
ter in 1948. lVIembership is open to any regularly enrolled
student in an accredited college of pharmacy who is accept-
able to members of the active chapters. The purpose of
Kappa Psi is to promote better inter-professional rela-
tionships among pharmacists during and after college
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Row ONE: Roberto Millan, Vice-prcsidcntg .lVlOl1211l'lITlZlL'.l Saleemg Sonja Lovald, Trcasurerg Tom Liefg Federico Kauflfmann-Doig. Row Two: Alberta Floresg
Ianis Stacllcrg Nancy VVilkinsong Oh Nath Singha, Corresponding Secretaryg Taelco Sakanri. Row TIIREEZ Lucille Aragong Maria Garciag Mary Sue Hcxt, Record-
ing Sccrctaryg joAnne Lockriclgcg Louise Davisg Mary Mills. Row FOUR: Shillarraw Bizuneh, Presiclentg Valentine DeLaOg Shimeles Asfawg Christos Kaplanidesg
Melba Garciag Shico Ban. Row Frvn: Hiroyuki Aritag Robert Chattasg Gustavo Donosog Liz Vigilg Social Chairmang Ali Rashidg Saiyed Qairn Alig Peter
Bawuahg Ilcinz XValtcr Ehrszun.
Row ONE! Beryl Spruce, Vice-Frcsidentg Herb Blatchford, Presidentg Shirlee Arviso, Secretaryg Henry Whipple, Treasurer. Row Two: Florence Sandovalg Mrs.
Iames Atcittyg Mrs. Kay Mcsca g Nancy Iohnstong Iuanita Quintanag Carmelita Allapowa. Row THREE: Andrew Varosg Kenneth Patrickg Edmund Caddy Iames
Atcittyg Richard Gaffncyg Robert Blatchfordg Ccllestino Papuyog Wilfred Herrerag Dr. W. VV. Hill.
Cdl! Kapp ,Maha - Spevclz
Row ONE! Dr. Cullen Owensg Dr. C. V. Wickerg David Mall, Dr. T. M. Pearceg Ralph Douglassg Fred Chreistg Dean Causewitz. Row Two: Norhert Tlaehaeg
Iaek Ferguson, Dr. WVayne Eubankg Dr. Harold Riedg Dean Nanningag George McKing Peter McAtceg Feliz Briones.
Zyhi Gamma Nu - Kusiuess fldminisfrafian
Row ONE: Olinda Luna, lean Coll, Shirley Teeter, Vice-president, Teresa Cummins Moulds, Secretary, Tona Dabbs, President, Margaret Doherty, Scribe,
Patsy Pies, Vita Terando. Row Two: Mrs. Glaeseg Dorothy Dickinson, Harriett Reynolds, Mona Howeg Polly Sullivan, Io Haynesg d'Anne Woodman,
Connie Cummingsg Sylvia Kilgore, Ian Evettg Sally Pfeiffer, Cindy Fabiang Helen Kimble, Nancy Fore, Adoria Martin.
Pi lambda Zflzcfrz
Pi Lambda Theta was founded at UN .M . in 1939 to foster pro- Of5CCfS
fessional spirit, maintain high standards of scholarship and profes- President . . . . . EIDITH Mawrnnnr
sional preparation, further the cause of democratic education, ViCC-PfCSidCHf - - - FRANCES SHUI-'1'
co-operate in the solution of problems which inter-penetrate various
iields of knowledge, encourage intercultural understandings, en-
courage graduate Worlc, and stimulate research in accordance with
Worrierr students of junior status or above in education with 2.oo
aggregate average and two faculty recommendations or a 1.8 and
four faculty recommendations are qualified for membership.
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 subscriptions
to appropriate magazines, sponsored a seventy-five dollar scholar-
ship for a woman in education, and held a combined meeting with
other Education I-lonoraries.
. ELLEN Scrnvrz
Row cruz: Edith Manfrcdig Lois Dittmerg Eleanor Gilmoreg Sara Louise Cookg Hilda Spiesg Ruby Shehan, Mary Menaulg Katharine McFallg Ruth Roberts.
Row Two: Margaret Sehmidtg Rebecca Aualosg Emma Lou Costalesg Mary Ethel Moore, Evelyn Smith, Frances Shuttg Helen I-larrigerg Bertha Willettg Ellen
Schatz, Laura Collins, Caroline Schmidtg Audrey Tapyg Pauline MeGranahang Mina Ruggles. Row Trrnrrrz: Martha Barr, Theodora Cooperg Louise Hensleyg
Monte Lee Davisg Leoan W mang lane Partchg Gertrude Pittardg Mary Tackittg Margaret Cook, Dorothy Maddisong Eleanor Suggs, Ieannette Reed. Row
Form: Georgia Seeryg Diane Iloolg lane Luxfordg Rhoda F itzgeraldg Mary Ethel Couslandg Alma McGouern.
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Row ONE: Edith Bratton, Vicelpresidentg Barrie Pullen, Treasnrerg Iolin Da Vanzo, Presidentg Emma Romero, Recording Secretary. Row TXVOZ Laura lane
Coburn, Corresponding Secrctaryg Iulia Clarkeg Dr. Castetterg Dr. VVilliam VVideng Elizabeth Rohrbockg Dr. Fleckg Peggy Ackerman. Row THREE: Dwaine
Parrackg Iames Sandsg H, C. Parnellg Dr. Hoffg Dr. Dittmerg Dr. Costcr.
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Prof. B. Martinezg Prof. Victor Skoglundg Prof. Edward Rightleyg Don Teegardeng Don Albertsg Iolm Eageng Harold Cilletg Prof. Charles Graceg Prof. Albert
F ordg Wally Deckert, Secretaryg Dick Novaria, President.
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Shirley Irvingg Carolyn Niclsong Patsy Espinozag Velma Martinezg Iudy Nickell, Secretary-treasure-:rg Sigi Holien, Presidentg Ioyce Simmonsg Dolores McCaig.
Worm' 3' Recreational Eoumfil
The VVomen's Recreational Council, composed of
''atliletically-minded" representatives from every
women's group on campus, has the promotion of
recreational activities for all women students as its goal.
During the year, the council sponsored camping
trips, ice skating, softball, square dancing, basketball,
volleyball and badminton tournaments. Co-recrea-
tional sports, such as golf, badminton, and bowling also
provided a lot of fun and a release of "college blues."
15"fHfhflR "OH the Campus" activities included sports days held
" within the state and Arizona.
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slcnl ve IN gy Secretary . . , BETTY BANKS
Treasurer ........ IEAN REARDON
Publicity . . SHARON Ro'rHg GRACE IAIERNANDEZ
Row ONE! Frances McGill, Nancy Burke, Grace Hemandez. Row Two: Betty Banksg Frances Patong Sharon Rothg Iean Reardon.
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Row ONE: F. Coneg B. Catong Pattong M. McNevi11g D. Camacho, Row Two: H. Davidsong N. Percrsong T. Cuticrrczg B. Eichcrtg Brunctg R. Proppcrg
M. Sloang M. Kcleherg WVebcrg R. Carrollg DuEg D. Brcccllg S. Chumleyg Turncrg D. Mctzlcr.
Row ONE: Lt. Comclr. Crawfordg Capt. VVilliamsong Comdr. Riversg Major Cullinan.
Row Two: Mauldin GMA Swysgood CCMg Bowen C!CMg McLaren C!SKg Lt. UC-j
Postichg Lt. Murphyg Lt. Thomg NVilliams PNA Gillespie QM!g Sgt. Costello.
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Drum Corp. Comdr. . .
Drill Team Comdr . .
Co. A . .
Co. B .
Co. C .
S. B. CATON
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. F. CONE
. M. SLOAN
. . BARNES
. L. PARKER
. T. MOORE
. P. BRUNET
. D. BREECH
. B. AMBOS
lVIidshipmcn and dates cnioving the Shipwreck Ball. NROTC Queen Ioan Declcert smiles graciously while reigning at
A ' the annual lvlilitary Ball.
l5'mrd af Direcfars far-Wrzrdroam Saficfy The Naval ROTC was 0.gmd to
train men for duty as oilicers in the Navy
and Marine Corps. The organization is
run by midshipmen officers under the su-
pervision of regular naval oilicers. The
midshiprnen staff is changed each semes-
ter in order to give more men the oppor-
maab.- tunity to exercise the responsibility and
authority which will be laid upon them
The Wardroom Society was formed to
I promote the social and professional inter-
ests of the midshipmen. Through the
Board of Directors, the nucleus of the so-
ciety, the year's program is carried out.
Their social activities include toboggan-
ing, skating, and bingo parties. The Ship-
wreck Ball, held in the fall, is in costume.
The Military Ball, at which they crown
their Navy Queen is held in Ianuary. The
Ring Dance, in honor of the juniors who
have received their navy rings, is the cli-
max of the NROTC social season. At the
end of the year the Wardroonr awards a
miniature sword to the midshipman con-
tributing the most to the Wardroom So-
Bill Robbinsg Robert Alcxanderg Lynn Parker fVice-presidcntj, jerry Dahlquist tljresidentjg lim . ,
Turner tSecretary-Trcasurerjg Fred Coneg Lawson Pflifc. STANDING: Tom Andrakog Herbert Hahn. C16i'y Clurlng the year.
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W. Deckert, Cadet Lt. Colonel I. D. Newton, Cadet
Group Executive Oflicer Group Commander
I. Harper, Cadet Major M. A. Del Llano, Cadet Major
Group Adjutant Group Information Service
Cadet 2d Lt.
M. R. Cameron, Cadet Major I-I. M. Y
Group Athletic Otlicer j - Group Personnel Oflicer
C. Cates, Cadet Lt. Colonel
Group Operations Officer
H. Ball, Cadet Major
Group Supply Oilieer
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G. St. Clair, Cadet MfSgt.
Group Sgt. Major
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llcnry G. Birkclog Vernon R. King: loc D. Cookg Arthur H. Anstineg Iohn E. Coon,
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Row ONE: Ioe Aragong VVallacc Dcckcrtg Manuel del Llanog Ernest Iaramillog Don Gonzalesg Frank WVestfallg Bernable Romerog Donald Smith. Row TYVOZ
Charles Highg Irvin Longcnbaughg Charles Catesg Vincent Cormleyg Iames I-larperg Robert Linclhg Frank Parkerg Ronald Bowrag William Nickellg james DeBolt.
Row THREE! Rudolph Brenng Don Tecgardcn, Ir.g Mark Caxnerong Donald Millerg Robert Lindseyg Charles Batselg Iames Newtong james Smithg Richard
Reincrtg F rank Englishg Dale Crawford.
Squadron Commander, Cadet Lt. Colonel V. E. Gormleyg Cuidon-
bearer, R. S. Silva.
Row ONE: D. R. Huertag D. O. Zeffg F. P. Bowserg D. D. Bernsteing
R. S. Briteg R. R. C-arciag G. Cliavezg H. E. Browng Moore. Row
Two: Cadet Capt. V. R. Kingg L. C. Hammockg VV. Browng C. C.
Crawfordg E. G. Bristolg A. S. Asquitllg R. C. Andersong M. Aragong
Cadet Lt. F. C. English. Row THREE! Cadet Capt. I. D. Cookg L. M.
Contrerasg E. G. Chavezg R. C. Armstrongg R. P. Cerzag D. S.
Burrowg I. A. Beasleyg Cadet Lt. H. G. Birkelo. Row Form: M.
Schliclcg P. A. Sweitzerg B. F. Basliamg D. C. Bradsliawg D. C.
Barndekg R. WV. Atlcinsg D. W. Suttieg Cadet Lt. R. A. Brenng Cadet
Major, R. E. Bowra.
Squadron Commander, Cadet Lt. Colonel I. D. Longenbaugli
Guidon-bearer, R. D. Humble.
Row ONE: A. Stromg R. M. Laiueg C. M. Helimanng D. M. Fedric
B. G. Hatlieldg L. Holeelieckg XV. E. Dietrielig I. P. Gonzales
Cadet Major D. Miller. Row TXVOZ Cadet Capt. A. H. Anstineg R
Muellerg A. L. Durang P. Dorrisg XV. F. Hunslcyg T. Duffyg L
Arcliundeg M. XValler. Row TIIREE: Cadet Lt. R. Linclhg I
Donelsong S. H. Flemingg VV. N. Lueckeg D. Gibsong F. Ellingson
O. V. De La Og P. Fasone. Row Form: R. Sanchezg M. L. Dyer
R. K. Hooksg D. W. Hoolcsg D. R. Hoilmang Bill Elwellg D. H
Forresterg F. A. Rinaldi.
Squadron Commander, Cadct Lt. Colonel C. B. Batselg Guidon-
bearer, E. "l'hompson.
Row ONE: V. A. Lccscg L. L. Fricsg R. C. Ioncsg E. V. Latting R. D.
w'111so113 O. Iohnsong E. B. Dobsong Cadet Lt. E. Iaramillog C. A.
eavcr. Row Two: Cadet Capt. F. NV. Parkcrg G. I. Longenbaughg
W. G. Manng A. Lockcg L. L. Lindcllg P. Madridg 'I'. C. Kimblcg
I. L. Cramcrg Cadct Major F. F. XVcstfall. Row Tlmma: Cadet Cap-
tain R. I-I. XVCITIIIHIIQ B. D. Coheng '1'. E. Maxficldg R. L. Leppg
F. II. Iolmsong R. B. Iacksong P. H. Iohnsong D. M. Shaffer. Row
FOUR: E. P. Simsg R. II. Browng D. Matsmnotog P. D. Kinslowg
D. A. Lceg A. M. Lopczg R. La Fontg R. McBride.
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Squadron Commander, Cadet Lt. D. L. Teegardeng Guidon-bearer,
N. A. Hanson.
Row ONE: D. R. VVallaceg E. Mclendezg F. A. Harringerg E. D.
Mooreg M. G. Montaneg E. R. Cordovag A. M. Trujillog W.
Unterburgg Cadet Lt. B. Romero. Row Two: Cadet Capt. D. W.
Smithg I. I. Colozzig C. D. Stewartg B. T. Starkeyg B. S. Yamamotog
I. Kaemperg H. Hindsg D. Reeseg Cadet Capt. D. Smith. Row
THREE: Cadet Lt. C. M. Highg H. G. Sloang D. Unterburgg T.
Thomg T. D. Reffg M. R. Parkcrg VV. E. VVilligradg B. H. Radcliffeg
Cadet Lt. M. R. Cameron. Row FOUR: D. T. Smithg L. Cawlfieldg
R. I-I. Schnurrg P. Sumrog C. R. NVo1feg R. W. Skillmang D. R.
O'Donnelg VV. D. Robertsong R. P. Benvenuti.
Band Commander, Cadet Capt. D. L. Crawfordg Band Executive and Drum
Major, Cadet Lt. VV. C. Nickell.
Row ONE! L. D. McMickaelg E. Hollisg B. L. Georgeg C. W. Robertsg K. W.
Van Winkleg R. L. Paynturg R. L. Ramsey. Row TWO! E. W. Dixeng K. I.
Langleyg A. Sterrieg R. E. Hillg R. S. Lockridgeg R. A. Lakeg L. Hernandez.
Row THREE: D. L. Pirtleg C. L. Rickmang R. H. Burseyg F. R. Sherrittg E.
Vasquezg A. Herreng I. E. I-Iusler. Row FOUR: W. M. Kincaidg D. L. Cateng
R. P. Calderoneg R. G. Coldeng F. L. Shultsg D. I. Lading P. E. Maresg P.
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S. F. Suazo
M. L. Benjamin
I. G. Iararnillo
P. L. Stewart
M. L. Castillo
P. S. VanPatten
K. R. Shook
R. YV. Lucas
L. A. Moore
T. C. Cockran
D. L. Rivera
F. V. Kilgore
B. L. Jones
P. D. Henricks
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tion of honor in preparation for the crowning.
Cadet Colonel zunes Newton crowns Air Force Queen,
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Dreamy looks and happy smiles, as seen here, characterize the expression of these couples attending
the Military Ball
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Row ONE: R. P. Benvenuti, Secrctaryg C. K. St. Clair, Presiclentg I. R. Doughty, Vice-president.
Row Two: S. F. Suazo, Treasurerg M. C. Castillo, P.I.O.g H. M. Yoclium II, Student Senatorg
I. Colozzi, Social Chairmang D. L. Rivera, Sergeant-at-amis.
The Air F orcc Association is a na-
tional independent airpower organi-
zation foundecl in 1946. The A.F.A.
has three major purposes: frj "To as-
sist in obtaining and maintaining
adequate airpower for national secur-
ity and world peacef' fzj "To lceep
A.F.A. members abreast of develop-
ments in the field ot aviationf' fgj
"To preserve and foster the spirit of
tellowslii p among former and present
members of the United States Air
Force, Air Reserve, and Air National
Guard." Mr. Gill Robb Vtfilson is
the National President and Mr.
Clements McMullen is Vice-presi-
dent from the Southwest Region.
The local A.F.A. is one of the few
Cadet Squadrons in the nation. It
serves as the social and service or-
ganization of the Air Force R.O.T.C.
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ACTIVE Mmrlxlzlzsz Jim Newtong Dwayne Longcnbaughg XVallaee Deckert.
The Arnold Air Society is an honorary society for advanced
AF ROTC students, organized nationally to encourage college
men interested in the Air Force and to promote good will be-
tween the military and the civilian population.
Founded at U.N.M. in 1954, the squadron was named in
honor of Ioseph McConnell, a Korean jet ace. There were six , ,
charter members, and the group has now grown to twelve ae- V4 M A S f
PLEDGES: james Ilarperg Gilbert St. Clairg Robert Sanchczg Don TeegardengCharles Batselg Mark Camerong V inee Gormleyg Charles Cates.
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body of the cadets.
Coffee Bar. Air Force Association social hour after meeting
Cadets relax in the Day Room. Air Force fO0flJHl1 fCHI11.
Distinguished Military Students being awarded the dis- Flag raising ceremony at lohn Marshall Elementary School
tinguished military medal by Col. Massengale.
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Ioint Air Force-Navy fall review in honor of the football Eyes right.
Drill and Heremrmics
A pass review.
The primary mission of the Air Force RCTC is to train future olhcers for the United States Air
Force and, through drill and ceremonies, the cadets learn leadership and discipline. On their graduation
the University of New Mexico Air Force cadets are qualihed for any mission the United States Air Force
has to offer.
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The Department of Bands includes the Marching Band which played for the home football games,
the Concert Band which gives campus concerts and goes on tours, the Symphonic Wind Ensemble
which also gives concerts, and the ROTC Band which plays for all military reviews and has played for
the change of command at Sandia Base.
Not only have the U.N.M. bands given us much
local enjoyment through their half-time perform-
ances at games and through such concerts as "F an-
fare 1Q56n, but they havehrought to U.N.M. Wide
recognition in the realm of music, The U.N .M . Con-
cert Band has been selected as one of four top college
hands in the nation to appear on the program of the
music educators national conference in St. Louis,
Mo., April 17. To quote the Dean of Fine Arts, "Not
only has Mr. Rhoads given the university the Enest
football hand in its history, but he has given it a
superb musical organization capable of the highest
Drum Major, Rudy Ulibarri, performs at the '56 Home-
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Kappa Kappa Zfsi
Row ONE: Roger Thorpcg Iames 'XVoodg David Saudovalg Charles Sclvag Larry XVheclerg Fred Perdinsg XVilliam llardiugg Ray lflubcr. Row Two: Tom
Athertoug Pat Pccvyg Leonard V oelkerg Mike Bacag Iames Farrisg Dave Rundlcg Monte McMichaelg Dave Hawlcyg Robert Dicrruaug Bill Butterbaugh. Row
THREE! Ken Andersong Norman Rootg XViuston Christian.,
Nlale urembers ot the university baud arc elected
Officers to Kappa Kappa Psi on the basis ot scholarship, uru-
President D U ' ' D 1 BOB DIERMAN sical accomplishment, interest, and votes of the ac-
Vicepresident l u I NORMAN ROOT tive members. This new campus organization assists
gccretarv I . U XVINSTON CHRISTIAN the baud director and helps with baud publicity and
Treasurer . . . DAVID PIAXVLEY Orgallizafioll.
Sigma ,fllohrz firm
OECCTS Alpha Sigma chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, national honorary and
President . . . .... Comr IouNsoN professional fraternity for women in music, was started at U.N .M .
ViCC-PfCSiClC11f - - BARBARA DUENKEL in 1935 by Crace Thompson, then head of the Music Department.
SCCFCUUY - - ' - - BETH SHUI-D'1' Scholarship, musicianship, American music interests, Alma Mater
Treasurer . . ALETA 'l'IIOhiSON
allegiance, and high standards of performance are included in the
objectives ot the organization.
Wfomen music majors and minors with an aggregate grade point
average ot 1.6 and z.oo in music courses after at least one semester
ot college xvorlc and who show outstanding musicianship are invited
Activities ot the group include Candlelight Vesper Service dur-
ing the Christmas season, Spring Nlusicale ot Contemporary Amer-
ican music, Working with M usic Department productions, and
ushering and selling punch for Civic Symphony and Community
Row ONE: Sylvia Ruizg Olinda Lunag Adoria Marting Carole Holmesg Bernice Fiske, Myra Nlantong Ieri Fazending Beverly O'Neilg Marian Henryg Toni Cella.
Row Two: jo Ellen Bryson, Betty Van Dirkg Martha lNIcCullocl1g Barbara Duenkelg Marilyn Iohnsong Coral Iolmsong Alera Thomson, Beth Shuldtg Shirley
Irving, Ioan Orleheke.
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Row ONE: Diane VVillia1ns: Hester Fulton: Francine Bingham: Fay Renfro: Marcia mfflglltg Pat Dickinson: Claudette Chicado: Sylvia Ruiz, Sue Miller.
Row Two: Elizabeth Schnorr: Diana Holterman: Louise Korn: Katherine Polcy: Lorraine VVillden: Denise Lopcr: Berua Akin: Alice Speed: Virgil XVadley:
Gloria Branrlett. Row THREE: Loretta Lucero: Betty Smith: Marsla Parga: Sybil Gordanier: Sara Cox: Cynthia Gaunt: Madelon Byrd: lane Day: Pat Thorn'
ton. Row FOUR: Io Ellen Bryson: Marilyn Bebber: Iudy Arnold: Mary "l'ucker:Louise Davis: Virginia Burns: Sandra Maloeh: Mary Poorman. Row FIVE:
E. M. Avera: Bill Fry: Gerald Vahle: Ioe Cordova: Iames Thompson: Presley McNeal: lim Schornick: David XVilliams: Iohn Orr. Row six: Richard Price:
Dave VVarnock: Herbert Blatchford: Richard Krueger: Robert Hanna: Alan Vermillin: Arden Steiniker: Terence Fairchild: llelmuth Naumer: Morris YVcst.
Row SEVEN: Iohn Gorsuch: Nathan Whiting: Bob Geisler: Ioseph Macs: Ierry Trujillo: David Burleson: Don Dye: VViuston Christian. Row EIGIITZ Ed
Chavez: Frank Sears: Larry Wheeler: Richard Chapple: Fletcher Hill: Fred Perkins.
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audience of 4,ooo.
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Row ONE! Emily lllilllllllilllg Minnie Lou Randallg Carla KOCllUl2ll1Q Myra Mantong Adoria Marting Olinda Lunag Nora lean Bettsg Diana Fisherg Dorothy Paul-
sonp Marilyn Ncubcr. Row Two: Bunny Finkg Beverly O'Ncillg Martha McCullochg Dorothy Hoffinang Marilyn Thomasg Barbara Phillipsg Coral Iohnsong
Marilyn Iolmsong Barbara Ducnkclg Peggy Sullivan. Row '1'rmEE: Martha Bullockg Lu Campbellg Darla Bristerg Robert Connorg Iim Mullinsg Bruce VVoodg
Robert Cliavezg Robert Ilolliwayg Felix Briones. Row Form: lon O'Nellg Earl Parkerg Larry Gonzalesg Erwin Bettsg Dale Burnsworthg Richard Garretsong
Arthur Barrettg Donald Van Liewp VVilliam Nolandg Ray Lutz. Row FIVE: Ken Shookg Bill Purdyg Gerald Rowlandg Arthur Kompassg Theodore Phillipsg
Ray Browng loc Untcrbcrgg Phil Crummctt.
Mu 2' .Educators ' Nafizf al Korzfcrcnce
Row ONE: Marilyn 'l1l'lO1'1l21SQ Diana lloltermang Marcia Vlfriglitg Marilyn Ncuberg Marilyn Iolinsong Beth Sliulcltg Dorothy llollniang Olinda Lunag Patricia
Klasseng Harriet Shalitg Betty McDonaldg Io Ellen Bryson, Row Two: Caroll Futrcllg Robert Ilollowayg Marshall Dectcrg XVilliam Krumg Donald Van Licwg
Kcn Andcrsong Andres Ondclacyg Charles Selvag jack Fosterg H. C. Gonzalczg David Sandovalg Norman Humphriesg Leonard Voelkerg XVinston Christiang
E. M. Avarag lack R. Stephenson.
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The Baptist Student Union is the organiza-
tion for all Baptist students enrolled at the
University of New Mexico. Membership is
based on membership in a local Baptist church.
The BSU encourages students to ati'-Iliate with
a local church and participate fully, during
their college days.
In addition, the Baptist Student Union
maintains a full program of social, religious,
and missionary activities on campus, designed
to help U.N.M. Baptist students grow spirit-
ually at the same time they are being trained
A Baptist Student Center, located at 409
University, NE, provides recreational facilities, lounge,
kitchen, chapel, a Bible classroom, and library, for the
convenience of students. Three Bible classes are offered
each semester: these are fully accredited, giving three
hours credit. Rev. Bill Ienlcins is instructor.
Highlights of the past year included Saturday night
parties and Open House at the Center, weekly mission
trips to Boys' Ranch and services at Veterans' Hospital,
participation in Homecoming festivities, retreats at
Inlow and C-lorieta encampments, convention trips to
Silver City, Fort Wortli, Texas, and Ridgecrest, North
Carolina, the International Students' banquet, Fresh-
man Wfeek when the frosh toolc over, the Favorite
Profs' Luncheon, and our Summer Missions campaign
when we raised one thousand dollars to support New
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BSU honored our foreign students with a "Hi Neighbor!" banquet at
Tlranksgivirig. Col. Wfilfred McCormick, noted author, was guest speaker.
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Mexico student missionaries for a three-month sum-
mer's term of service.
BSU won Hrst prize last year in the annual Com-
munity Action contest, awarded by Mortar Board to
the campus group investing the most hours in worthy
A Lobo plants the Denver Pioneers six feet deep in Home-
coming house clecorations at the BSU Center.
B l Donald Daxis Iohn Cooper Row 'rwo' Alice Sivells' Donna Lee
Row ONE: Gary Rapcrg loc Don VVonaekg llarold Gillitg Evelyn Caiug Barbara on ramg xg - . . .,
Cooperg Ruth Gallowayg Miss MeMurrayg Peggy Sullivang Francine Raperg Adoria Martin. Row THREE: Barbara Keinpg Linda Dunningg Yvonne Herringg
Sally Crookg Bill XV:1guerg Cynthia Cauut. Row Form: Sarah Smitlxg Iaek Doyleg Len Fergusong Bill Morelandg Iirn Ficlienerg Omar Ronsiekg Court Sheppard.
Sallv Crook and other U.N.M. students lead singspiration
durinv mission service at Boys Ranch.
Guests from other lands get acquainted at the Baptist Student
Canterbury Club, organization of Episcopal stu-
dents, has approximately thirty-Eve active members
and a number of other students who are active par-
ticipants in the church. The Club meets every Sun-
day in the Canterbury Club rooms, holding a Wor-
ship 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 Protes-
tant groups, and entertainments. On the
first Sunday in each month a Corporate
Communion is held and followed by a brealc-
fast at one of the students' homes.
President . ..... ALLEN IENKS
Secretary . . GRETCHEN QUELLE
Treasurer . . LARRY XKIILLIABIS
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Row oNE: Rev. Rohaneg Richard wvvlleyg Mrs. Rohaneg Roger Donelsong Iohn Tilletson. Row Two: Richard Caffneyg Alan Icnksg lack Douelsong Gretchen
Quellcg Dan Kinzie. Row THREE: Dr. Chreistg Martha McCullockg Martin Paskindg Dot Iuliang Shigco Bang jean Mandcll.
I n keeping with the Hillel Councilorship's policy, the club
President . . ...... MIKE SUTIN is open to out-of-town servicemen and advanced high school
Vice-president - SHERRILL E-CKHOUSE students along with the university students.
5fCfCt3fY - - ' ROBERT 1' RIEDMAN Under the guidance of councilor Rabbi David Shor,
lfeaslfrer ' ' DONALD WEINTRAUB Hillel carried on an active program: They had guest speakers
Historian . . IERRY KLEINFELD . . .
. e for regular meetings and held socials twice monthly. On the
Adviser . . . . Raimi Snoiz
campus, the group participated in the Campus Chest Drive
and was host for the annual joint Brotherhood Vlfeelc meet-
ing of Hillel, U.S.C.F., and Newman Club. Members aid
in placing out of town students and servicemen at private
homes for jewish religious festivals.
Row ONE: Sandra Lcvyg Sherrill Eckliouseg Ruth Ostrowerg Mike Suting Fran Friedmang Barbara Schonbergg Marlene Mendelsberg. Row Two: Arthur
Ablcsong Rabbi Sliorg Robert Fricdiiiaiig Irwin Frankg Neil Crantg Ioe Levyg Floyd Siegelg Bernard Krantzg Robert Pickg Donald VVeintraubg jerry Kleinfeldg
Martin Pctrovag Icrry Markus.
President ......... Ion KENNEDY
Corresponding Secretary . MARX' ALICE DURAN
Recording Secretary . . . CINDY FABIAN
Treasurer .... . . IOI-IN WHALAN
Vice-president . . . . PATTIE TATE
Newman Club is a student organization under the direction of a
Catholic Chaplain and student oflicers, established for the reli-
gious, cultural, and social development of its members. The
Aquinas Newman Club at the University belongs to the Santa F e
Province of the National Newman Club Federation, and is so char-
tered in its affiliation with 6oo clubs on as many campuses in the
The Aquinas Newman Center, adjoining the campus, is spon-
sored by the Archdiocese of Santa Fe and directed by Dominican
Fathers who serve as resident chaplains. Program facilities are pro-
vided 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
classroom, a kitchen, game-room, and residence rooms for 16 men
The religious program of Newman Club offers many services:
four Sunday Masses, two daily Masses, frequent opportunity for
confession, evening devotions, special sermons, counseling, and an
annual retreat. The cultural program consists of regular theology
classes and philosophy lectures, frequent guest lecturers, library fa-
cilities, seminars, discussions, and a major cultural event for the
University sponsored annually by the group. The social program
provides recreational features after each weekly meeting, picnics, a
monthly Communion Brealcfast, an annual Cardinal Ball.
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The purpose ot the United Student Christian Fellowship OECCIS
is to help students develop, maintain, and express Christian President ........ GARNETT Brnucs
ideals in both personal and social living on the campus, in Vice-president - - - NIINTA SUE BUNN
the local community, and in the national and international Secfefafy - ' - ' - PATSY BLAIR
Helds. U.S.C.F. is sponsored by several Albuquerque Treasurer ' ' ' ' RELDON lACKSON
churches and tive National Student Wforlc Foundations. It
is also atliliated with the National Student Y.M.C,A.-
Y.W.C.A. and xvorlcs on a non-sectarian basis with all inter-
ested students ot the University.
Row ONE: Vivian Omang Sheila Millsg Ann Batemang Rev. Ioe NVillisg Garnett Burksg Reldon Iaeksong Gilbert St. Glairg Betty Slayterg Wfilma Snareg Ianie
Venson. Row 'rwoz Nancy Meisterg Bobbie BnZnrdg Barbara Scottg Nancy Laliekerg Barbara MeNeilg Donna Rinng Marjorie Endrusg Betty McKelvey. Row
'I'IIREI:II Carol Grahamg Mary Cooperg Shirley 'llenalntg Carol Raineyg Carol Kutnewskyg Ann Krumrnesg Federico Kauffmanng Rolf Hanseng George Swaing
Iorge Atiliog Embrcc Ilaleg Dr. Bainbridge Bnntingg Kajean Rumfcltg Esther Gibsong Donna Shortg Mary Wagonerg Diana Mitehellg Marilyn Haekneyg
Margaret Smythg Barbara Hunt.
The purpose of Wfesley Foundation,
Methodist student group, is to give students
"A Church Home Away From Home" as
well as to deepen their spiritual and intellec-
tual life and to stress the valuc ot fellowship
with each other.
The Wesleyf Foundation program includes
both Sunday and weekday activities. Other
events tor the organization are the statewide
Methodist Student Movement convention
and spring and tall "Spiritual Lite Retreats."
SEATED: Indy Barnhiscl, Trcasurerg Blenna Lou Black, Secretaryg Connie Alexander, Presidentg Betty Lou Payne, Vice-president. STANDING! Embree Ilalc,
Membership Chairmang Rev. Robert Naylor, Pastor of The Central Methodist Churchg Io llupp, Social Chairmang Lew Apodaca, XfVorsl1ip Chairmang Louise
Russell, Minister of Youth of the Central Methodist Churchg Ierry johnson, Adult Counselorg Bruce Mount, Deputations Chairmang lim Peck, Publicity
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Alpha Epsilon, Bob Batho, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row ONE: jerry Adkisson, Kappa Sigmag Gary Noss, Sigma Chig Io Don Cook, Pi Kappa Alphag Dave Metz-
ler, Kappa Alpha.
OHiCCfS The Inter-Fraternity Cou11cil's objective
President . . . . . . . GARY Noss is to advance the interests of U.N.M., to
ViCC-PrCSidC11f LARKIN SMITH promote Greek interests in all phases of Uni-
SCCYCUUY - - TOM BRYAN versity activity, to co-orclinate fraternity ae-
Treasurer . IERRY ADKISSON
tivities, and to eo-operate in clrawing up rules
for rush week.
Panhellenic Council, composed of two delegates OECCYS
from each sorority, strives for a harmonious spirit President . . . Loy SUE Sracrrnrrrar-an
among the sororities on campus. The Council SCCTCWYY - - - - SUE DOMEIER
Treasurer . . SHARON YENNEY
ollicers are chosen by rotation according to each
sorority's founding on the U.N.M. 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 of the year.
Row ONE: Carolyn Phillips, Alpha Chi Omcgag Sue Domeier, Pi Beta Phi, Loy Sue Siegenthaler, Chi Omegag Sharon Yenney, Kappa Alpha Thetag Dean Lena
Clauve. Row Two: Marion Kimball, Chi Omega, Sue Robinson, Chi Omega, Anita Morris, Kappa Alpha Theta, Shirley Teeter, Alpha Delta Pig Iackie
Pride, Delta Delta Delta, Barbara Phillips, Alpha Chi Omegag Mary Botts, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Patsy Blair, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Connie Ainsworth, Pi
Beta Phi, Kathleen Burk, Kappa Alpha Theta.
President . . . . BETSY XN'HIT'I'INGHANI l
Vice-president . . . . MARILYN BEBBER
Recording Secretary . . . CHARLENE MASON
Corresponding Secretary . . MARGARET PEKE
House Manager . . . . . . KAY LIESSE
Historian . . . MARILYN BUTLER
Lyre Editor . . . . BARBARA WILLIALIS
Alpha Chi Omega placed Hirst in the Home coming float competition this year. They, also, won L
first place in Song Fest, and second place in Spirit Sing. Their social life included their winter and
Outstanding Alpha Chi Omega's are: Teresa Cummins-VVho's Vffho, Mortar Board fpresidentjg
Coral Iohnson-VVho's VV ho, Mortar Board, Sigma Alpha Iota fpresidentjg Carolyn Phillips-VVho's
VV ho, Student Councilg Leilani Hull, Ioyce Kemper, Kay Liesse, Betty Wliittiirgliam fhistorianj,
Barbara Williaiirs fsecretaryj-Spursg Wendell Woods, Carol Robbins, Lynell Burns-cheerleadersg
Betty Banks-VVRC secretaryg lane Ann Stinnett-Phi Gamma Nu secretaryg Aleta Thomson-
Sigma Alpha Iota treasurerg Leilani Hull-Waterloos vice-presidentg Vivian Vacquier-Cultural
Committeeg Connie Giomi-Homecoming attendant.
Pledges. BACK Row: Ian Matkinsg ,Marilyn Trusslerg Elaine Matting Betsy Whittinghamg Leilani I-Iullg Nada Tangwayg Clarilu Gerd-
ingg Mary Ann Watkinsg Mary Mills. MIDDLE ROYVZ Gail Mortensong Patty Phelang Ann Gaincsg Duannc Duplrorneg Sarah Haines.
FRONT Row: Linda Ionesg Nancy Sargent.
Billie Iune Crizzell
lane Ann Stinnett
Mrs. Allyne Moffet,
1717 Roma Avenue, NE
Teresa Cummins, President
President ........ PEGGY l'IOOPER
Vice-president . . . . NANCY BURKE
Recording Secretary . . JANET SUE GRAY
Treasurer .... . . SHIRLEY TEETER
Rush Chairrnan . . . BARBARA F EE
Social Chairman . . . SHIRLEY IRVING
Scholarship Chairman . . . SUZANNE PERRY
The traditional Blue Diamond Spring Formal was the social highlight of tlIe Alpha Delta Pi's
year. They were also hostesses for an open house for fraternity and sorority pledges and sponsored
an Easter Egg Hunt for St. Anthony's Orphanage. Alpha Delta Pi won second place in tlIe Home-
coming parade for their float and third place in the Kappa Sigma Spirit Day contest.
Alpha Delta Pi's active on campus include:
Shirley Irving-Who's Wlro, lVlortar Board fvice-presidentj, Vice-president of Senior Class, Editor
of Mirage, Patty Tate-Newman vice-president, Marilyn Iohnson-Spurs, Shirley Teeter-Phi
Gamma Nu vice-president, Sub Directorate secretary, lean Reardon-AWS treasurer, WRC treas-
urer, Waterloos secretary, Io Ann Clauve-Sub Directorate president, Class editor of Mirage, Student
Union Board, Cindy Fabian-Newman secretary, Ianet Sue Grey-Class editor of Mirage, Ioyce
Pledges. BACK Row: Kay Worthington, Ann Whipple, Kay Clauve, Iudy Nixon, Marcia Butler, Louise Kuntz, Deyoe Young, Caro-
line Sartain, Marian Marks, Carol Kutnewsky. MIDDLE Row: Ann Taylor, Kay Fuller, Dianne Fisher, Linda Summeral, Mary Wag-
ner, Barbara lobes, Marilyn Thomas. FRONT Row: Joanne Tate, Deanna Rae O'Neal, Patt Quinn, Pat Alderman, Ioyce Simmons.
Io Ann Clnuve
janet Sue Cray
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Mary lean Rose
Ioan Ann NVoodmanscc
Mrs. C. A. VVillia1ns
Peggy Hopper, President
423 University Boulevard NE
President . . ..... ABBEY NIXON
Vice-president . . . . GAX'LE WVEST
Pledge Trainer . . . . . 'TONA DABBS
Secretary . . . DOROTHY DICKINSON
' Treasurer . . . BOBBIE GATTI
Chi Omega's traditions included their White Formal, house dance, Orphan's Christmas Party,
Spring and Fall Elysinian Banquets.
Sweepstakes in the Homecoming parade, second place in house decorations, first place in the
Campus Chest Drive and second .place in the Kappa Sigma Spirit Day were some of Chi Omega's
honors this year.
Prominent Chi Omegas on campus include: Tona Dabbs-VVho's Who, Mortar Board treasurer,
Phi Gamma Nu president, Alice Smith Minor-Wl1o's Who, AWS president, Abbey Nixon-
Who's Who, Student Council, Berwyn McKinney fpresidentj, Sue Robinson, Marilyn Shotola-
Spurs, Berwyn McKinney-Sophomore class secretary-treasurer, Popularity Queen, Cayle West-
Campus Improvement Committee, Barbara Sniitli-Majorette, Bobbie Catti-Cultural Commit-
tee, Ada I-Ianen-Student Standards Committee secretary, Ellen Toynton-I-Iome Economics Club
treasurer, Kappa Omicron Phi treasurer, Student Senate Sergeant at Arms, AVVS treasurer, Dor-
othy Diclcinson-Student Senate Chief Clerk, Phi Camma Nu treasurer, Commerce Council vice-
president, Barbara Hunt-Iunior RallyCom vice-president, Nancy Meister-UN .M . delegate SVM
Conference, Frances McCarthy-S UB Fashion Board.
Pledges. BACK Row: Bobbie Crawford, Io Ellen Graham, Sue Sander sg Beverly Harris, Ieannie Bcrkonholz, Dorothy Christensen,
Barbara Hunt. MIDDLE now: Elizabeth Schnorr, Donna Swaine, Marlene Corn, Vickie West, Virginia Pinkerton, Billy Kitch,
Denise Loper. FRONT Row: Shirley Sneckner, Ellen Toynton, Marilyn Keith, Eve Tomlinson, Donna Short, Margie johnson.
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Mrs. Gertrude Barker
1805 Roma Avenue, NE
Abbey Nixon, President
President ....... MINTA SUE BUNN
Vice-president ..... MYRNA WIDDIFIELD
Recording Secretary .... Lou ANN CULLEY
Treasurer ..... LOTTIE BETH HEDGCOXE
Social Chairman . .... JOAN MCCABE
Rush Chairman . . . NzXNCY BURK
The Tri Delt's won the third place trophy for their Homecoming float. To add to this honor they
won Hrst place in the annual Heart Fund Drive. Other traditional events of the year included the
Pine Prance in December, Founder's Day, and their Pansy Ring Tea in April.
Active Tri Delts on Campus are: Muriel Pride-VVho's Wlio, Mortar Board, Carol Kluver,
Marcia Keeler, Martha Benge-Spurs, Martha Benge fvarsityj, Pat Gilliard, Bernice Love ffresh-
manj-Cheerleaders, Io Haynes-Phi Gamma N ug Martha Benge-Kappa Omicron Pig Win Davis
-Ski Club, Nancy Welcli-Mirage, Minta Sue Bunn-Student Council Activities Chairman,
U.S.C.F. vice-president, Carol Kluver-Outstanding Freshman Woinari.
Pledges. BACK Row: Deanna Rewaltg Gay Herkenlioffg Indy Barnheiselg Bobbie Thompson, Bernice Love, Ann McEvoy, Lea Greyg
Carol Claussen. FRONT Row: Pat Ringerg Bonnie Evans, Gail Hatcliellg Patti Gilliardg Mary Ottleg Hazel Scliringerg Cay Holdridgeg
Lou Ann Cnllcy
Nancy Ann Dew
Io Anne I-Iayncs
Lottie Bctli I-Icdgcoxc
Minta Sue Bunn, President
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President . . .... MARALYN BUDKE
Vice-president . . . VIRGINIA RAY
Social Chairman . . CAYE MANGOLD
Rush Chairman . . . . IANET MAYLAND
Kappa Alpha Theta's traditional parties began with the Baby Triad. This was followed by a
Wiriter Formal, their Christmas party, and a barbecue in the spring. They won first place for Home-
coming house decorations.
Outstanding members of Theta are: Sharon Yenney-VVho's Vffho, Mortar Board, Student Coun-
cilg Gaye Mangold-VVho's Wlio, Mortar Board, AXVS secretary, Iudy Christopher, Dot julian,
Ianet Mayland, Nlary Meek, Harvey lean Peterson-Spurs, Shirley Wall-Seiiior class secretaryg
Thalia Armstrong-majorette, Marlyn Broolcs-Homecoming Queen attendant, Maralyn Budlce-
Pledges. BACK Row: Claudette Chicadog Sara Alleng lane Thom song Madelon Byrdg Emily Taulmang Norma lean Thompsong
Sheilah Purcell. FRONT Row: Ianille Carlberg Ann Neving Mary lgiy Breeceg Arm Kieferg Valerie Skuseg Shirley Wood.
Mary lean Gillhcrt
Harvey Ioan Pctcrson
Mary Lee Quirk
Mrs. Alice Shilling,
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1801 Roma Avenue, NE
Vice president BARBARA BARNARD
Recording Secretary ..... NANCY VANN
Scholarship Chairman .... JOAN I-IEATON
House President .... CAROL ANN RAINEY
Pledge Trainer ...... CAROL GRAHAIXI
President . . . .... IEANINE ADANIS
Treasurer . . CLAUDE'I"1'E DUPLENTIS
The social calendar for Kappa Kappa Gamma this year included the traditional Moonlight F or-
mal in December, the Baby Triad in the tall and the Triad in the spring, the animal Kappa-Pi Phi pic-
nic, and the Christmas Orphan Party with the Kappa Sigmas. The Kappa's won third place in the
Homecoming house decorations, first in Spirit Sing with the Kappa Alpha's, and second in Song
Outstanding members of Kappa are: Nancy Cone-Wlio's Wlio, Mortar Board, Nancy Vann-
Student Council, Ioan Heaton-Creek editor of MIRAGE, Carolyn Nielsen-Student Court, Assist-
ant editor of the BARRAGE, Society editor of the LOBO, Pat McDowell-cheerleader, Shirley Shehan
-Cultural Committee, Patsy Blair-Iunior class secretary-treasurerg Mona Howe-Commercial
Council, Cessie Knight-Campus Chest special events chairman, Ann Bateman-USCF member-
ship chairman, Young Republicans vice-president, Ian Reeves, Binlcy Corrough, Mary Van Atta,
Pledges. BACK Row: Claire Parsonsg Sharon Henshawg Cessie Knightg Sally Blatnicag Sue Gleng Arlene Rollieg Ianic Vinson. lVlIDDLE
Row: Marsha Blairg Carol Alexanderg Barbara McConnellg Nene Ackerman. FRONT Row: Karen Davis, Ioan Deckerg lean Metcalfg
Myrle Van Atta, Katie Dunn.
Mary Ann Clark
Charlotte D ivis
Peggy Mnrp iv
Carol Ann Rainey
Mary Van Atta
Mrs. Adeline Steele
221 University Boulevfzrd NE
President . . . . . ALICE MORGAN
Vice-president .... . BI3'I'sY PEIRCE
Corresponding Secretary . . BARBARA BROWN
Recording Secretary .... SANDRA LOCKHART
Pledge T raincr . . . POLLY SULLIVAN
Treasurer . . . . NANCY ALLNUTT
The honor of making the Queen's float for the Homecoming parade was given to Pi Beta Phi this
year. Their social calendar included the Christmas formal, the Baby Triad in the fall and the Triad
in the spring. They participated in the Heart Fund Drive. '
Outstanding Pi Phi's are: Sally Stringer-VVho's NV ho, Mortar Board, Student Council, Dottie
Harroun-Iunior class vice-president, CulturalCo1nmittee, Nancy Cartlidge, Esther Gibson, Toni
Cella-Spurs, Indy Little-Freshman class secretary-treasurer, Il1HlOfl13ll5'COIll president, Mary
Cooper, Ieanne Bennett, Yvonne Pearl-cheerleaders, Pat jones-Miss Spirit Day, Sally Smith-
MIRAGE Popularity Queen attendant, lVIartha lxvaski-Pre-Medical Club president, Sally Carpenter
-Iunior RallyCom secretary, Frances Bonnyman-VVaterloos president, Associated Party secretary,
Iudy Arnold-Cultural Committee.
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Pledges. BACK Row: Yvonne Pearl, Patty Dickensen, Ann Krunnnes, Sandra Burgie, Iudy Little, Indy Arnold, Leonora Durrett,
Caroline Evans, Sharon Roth, Indy Ervin, Iudy Minces. MIDDLE Row: Gloria Hanawald, Caroline Killgore, Pat Iones, ludy Everett,
Caroline Callahan, Sylvia Lee, Mary Cooper, lean Bennett. FRONT Row: Marilyn Hackney, Esther Gibson, Sally Carpenter, Lea
Rohr, Faye Schuman.
Mrs. Margaret Kctchmcr,
1701 Mesa Vista Road, NE
Alice Morgan, President
the Yanks win
the second game . . .
"The moonlight beams on the girl of my dreams . . . She's the
Gay nineties . . . Gay blades . . . Gay SAE's
Kappa Sigs invite the ADPis to their annual snow ball fight . .
meet the rushees
in style . . . here in
style of the 192o's.
A few Kappa Alphas exhibiting some of Emily Post's teachings . . .
Gannnas pose for
an endorsement acl.
Freeman Lacy entertains girls from all seven sororities at a Sig open
Omegas kicking old
Budc1ha's gong fouchlj
For a while the Phrateres' showers weren't working.
"Tl1ere's so many, and so little
time. Vifish I could make them
"It1s IT IS' Here she is'
The frenzied minutes of
rush were packed too closely
together to remember them
all. Most of all you remem-
bered you were nervous and a
little bit scared-afraid you'd
trip or spill your tea and most
of all afraid you'd embarrass
yourself by failing to greet
someone properly. But after
rush was through and you had
your pledge pin, you knew you
would not be stopped on the
way to becoming an active.
Vice-president . . . AINIFS XVILRINS f Q
Secretary . . . XV xLB1:R'1' RUNCORN 7 ' S A
Treasurer . . LAXVRENCE VV1'n:Er.1:R '
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Delta Sigma Phi won second place in Spirit Sing with Alpha Chi Omega and won first place per
capita in the I-Ieart Fund Drive. Their two traditional dances are the Carnation Ball and Sailors Ball.
Outstanding Delta Sigs are: Vlfilbert Runcorn, All Conference foothallg Lawrence Wlreeler, Kappa
Kappa Psig Frank Sears, SUB Club Presidentg Pete Colden, Newman Center Parliamentarian.
VV illiam Niekcll lgfrlght
President first semester
Pledges: Glenn Hancockg Coldeng Bruce Millerg Ian Cirninog Sam Iungbluthg Ierry McKer1zieg Ronnie Lopez.
President ...... VVALLACE DECKERT
V ice-president ...... l'lUGH FULTON
Corresponding Secretary . . RICHARD GAFFNEY
Recording Secretary .... I'lARRY DAVIDSON
Treasurer .... . IDONALD lSBELL
The KA's again ilrudely awakened" the campus with their dawn announcement that the annual
Dixie Day had begrm. Dixie Day, along with their Roman Holiday and VV inter Formal, is one of
KA's favorite traditions. Their Homecoming float tool: first place. The Kappa Alphas also collaho-
rated with the Kappa Kappa Cammas to take first place in Spirit Sing.
Outstanding members include: Wally Declcert-Khatali, Wlio's Wliog Harry Davidson-ASME
secretaryg Richard Gaffney-Kiva Club vice-presidentg Vince Gormley-Student Body president,
Student Council, VVho's Vlfho, Arnold Air Societyg Richard Vlfilson, Iames Major-Vigilaritesg
Wfayne Hisey-Stuflent Affairs Committeeg james F erguson-Khatali, Student Court.
Pledges. BACK Row: Iimmy Ketchumg Bill Berchg Dean Parishg Bob Schnurrg Ken 'l'homg Cenc Smith. lX"lIDDI.E now: Bill Doyleg
Charles Cillardg Ierry Marting Don V idalg Leon Holchcckg Don Cata, Sunny Caskill. F1roN'r Row: Rod Stovcrg Bob Rucbeckg Danny
Kinslowg Roy Shortg lay Heclc.
V ineent Gormley
Mrs. Helen M. Rose
XVally Deekert, President
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1635 Roma Avenue, NE
Oflicers First Semester
President ........ I'IERB TENIPLE
Vice-president . R . . Bon BOGAN
g Social Chairman . . RUDY ULIBARRI
Secretary ........ CARNETT BURKS
Officers Second Semester
President ......... IIM WEBER
Vice-president . . MACK WALLER
Social Chairman . . RUDY ULIBARRI
Secretary . . . . . Max CRooK
Kappa Sigma social events include the annual Stardust Formal, the Poverty Ball, and the Casa
Lopez. Other traditional events are Spirit Day and the Kappa Sigma-Kappa Orphan Party.
This year the Kalipa Sigs won third place with their Homecoming house decorations and honor-
able mention at Stunt Night.
Outstanding members include: lim Weber-Kliatali, Student Courtg Marvin Loper-Iunior class
presidentg lim Crow-Loiao stallg lim Williariis-LOBO Business Managerg Hap Crawford-King of
Heartsg Herb Temple-Publications Boardg Walt Schuman-baslzetballg jamie Koch, lim Harris,
Barie F ritz-football.
Pledges. BACK Row: Walter Schumang Iames Walkerg Ioe Robinsong john Colcg Sam Sperryg George Stuckerg Ducky Priceg Al
Dennisg Dan McCluerg Iim Boddy. MIDDLE Row: George Hanoshg Iohn Iohnsong Iim VVells3 Tom Roffg Collis Redmonclg Don
Tliomasg Lee Callesg Don Mooreg Iames Koch. FRONT Row: ChuckMachemehlg Charles Thompsong Lawson Plryfeg Terry Frenchg
Phil Van Patteng Frank Haleg Andrew Starkg Iarnes Dyerg Iim Hunton, Iames Crow.
Dick VVes Jiser
Mrs. Grace Brewer,
505 University Boulevard, NE
Ofhcers First Semester
President . .,..... FRED lVlOSSLIAN
Reporter . . . ERNIE BRUSS
Warden . . SYL CHUBILEY
Treasurer .......... Ion IENIKE
Ofhcers Second Semester
President ......... RON NELSON
Reporter . . . JOHN POORBAUGH
Warden . . CHUCK DOUGHDRILL
Treasurer . . CHARLES HIGH
The Phi Delta Theta's social calendar this year was highlighted hy the Blue and Wliite Formal.
Their less serious parties include the Half Formal, the Monster Rally, and the Suppressed Desire
Party. The Phi Detlts tool: second place in Song Fest.
Prominent Phi Delts are: Syl Chumley-VVho's Wlio, Khatali, Student Councilg Dave Eznrnert-
Vigilantesg Ernie Bruss-Cultural Committeeg C. D. Bryan-Student Standards Connuitteeg Don
F edric-Freshman class presidentg VVarren Deitrich-Freshman class vice-presidentg john Barnes-
Campus Improvement Cornmitteeg Charles High-Student Senateg ferry Apodaca, Diclc Drake
Pledges. BACK now: l3ill Knoxg Dave Spikerg Don Fedricg Mark Beniaming XVarner Littleg Larry Rozicrg jim Poorbauglig Bill
Robertsoug Ed Shillingburgg Von Kilgore. FRONT Row: Ernie Brewery Sid Zakling Ted Lewisg lim Kransbergcrg Iim Sherittg Herb
Hahn: Wlarren Deitrichg left Hill.
C. D. Bryan
I. D. Strode
Mrs. Blanche Deaton,
1705 Mesa Vista Road, NE
President . . . .
V ice-president .
Treasurer . . . .
Recording Secretary . .
Corresponding Secretary .
. Bon IORDAN
. DANN1' ZEFF
A Hi-Iinx Costume Ball each semester, and a Dream Girl Formal in the fall highlighted the PKA's
During Homecriming they captured first place in I-louse Decorations. They also received the I . F.
C. Scholarship AW rd for having the highest grade average.
Outstanding Pilce's include: Iohn Anderson-Vigilantes, Student Councilg Danny Zell-Vigi-
lantes treasurer, Lprso sports editorg Bob Hill-Publications Boardg Michael Meyer-Collegiate
Council Regional Directorg lim Livingston-lootballg lim Brooks, Don Brooks, Chester Morris-
Pledges. BACK now: Flriyd VVilliamsg Bill Breggg Lamar Parislrg Ernie Espanag Herbert Sliillingberg. MIDDLE now: Iim Shephardg
Sam Greyg Roy Moundayg Bill Michaelg Gene Mortenseng Robert Lucas. F noNT now: Kenny O'Dellg Dale Gallagherg Gene Franchinig
Danny Zeff. N
joe Don Cook
W. R. Gore
Oscar joe Linman
F red NVhitc
606 University Boulevard, NE
President Hrst semester
l Oflicers Semester I
President ......... ED BRANNON
Vice-president . . BorsXVA1u3r1A1xr
Secretary . . . Nous I-IQFFMAN
Treasurer ....... DICK GOE'1'ZBIiXN
Ofliccrs Semester II
President ......... IACK STAHL
Vice-president . . . DAVE HOLT
Secretary . . . . IACK BoBRoFF
Treasurer . . DICK CEOETZRIAN
Three big social events highlighted the year for Sigma Alpha Epsilon: a Wfinter Formal, the
Calypso Costume Ball, and their Centennial F ounders' Day Celebration. Their Hoat took third place
in Homecoming competition.
The outstanding members of the SAE chapter are: Don Teegarden-VVho's Vifho, Sigma Tau
president, ASME president, Dick Novaria-Wlio's VVho, Khatali, Sigma Tau vice-president, ASME
vice-president, Chief Iustice of Student Court, Arlin Cooper-Khatali, Intramural Council, Ben
Clegg, Bill Dickinson, Phil Taulbee, lean Ster, Chuck Vidal-Vigilantes, Dwayne Longenbaugh-
Student Council, l3reek Clascoek-Sigma Tau treasurer, AIEE president, Dick Coetzman-Delta
Sigma Phi president, Commerce Council treasurer, lim Newton-Air Force ROTC Commander,
Iames Morris-RallyCom president, Dick Brown, lames Economides, Iames Morris-baseball, foe
Don Vifoniack, Bill Vlfagner-track, Mark Southard-basketball, Ioe Ferguson, Bob Sanchez, Cene
Gallegos, Chuck Vidal-tennis, Iames Cramer-wrestling.
Pledges. BACK Row: lim Dill, Bill Renfrog Dale Brown, Jerry Brirnhall, Bob Wolfe, Bob Gochring, Ray Iolmson. l.NlIDDLE now:
Don De Vargas, Iigger Skillerng Elmer Volzer, Ioe Suazo, Bill Haas. FRONT now: Paul Anderson, lack Kemper, Val Loose, George
james Br ee
joe Ferguson, Ir.
Leroy E. Miner
james P. Morris
Iohn R. Phillips
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1 :,. ' V K, in ,1--: I President ........ MIKE KELEHER
I V ice-president . . . IIIVI DEBOLT
Q, ' -223 i f ' Secretary . . . . . GIKRY Noss
l Pledge Trainer ..... Iisrnw DAIILQUIST
' iz' H Otlicers Semester ll
President ........ IACK CARNAI-IAN
ji V ice-president . . MART Siznvrs
- --':' Secretary . . . . XVALLY Brsrnzn
Q A"" 5 Pledge Trainer . . IACK C1-IISHOLM
Traditional Sigina Chi parties given this year were the Black and White Sweetheart Formal and
the Klondike Party in the spring. Honors received included second place in Homecoming House
Decorations, and third place in the float competition. They took third place in Spirit Sing.
Outstanding members include: Bob Matteucci-Khatali, Student Council vice-president, Student
Senate president, Mike Kelelier-Who's Wlio, Kliatali secretary, Publications Board, Mike McNevin
YVho's Wlio, Khatali president, Senior Class president, Student Court-Past Chief Iustice, Mart
Servis-VVho'sVVho,CaryNoss-VVho'sVVl1o,l.F.C. president, Cultural Committee, Charles Cates
-Phi Kappa Phil Khatali, Bill Cox-Iunior l.F.C. president, lack Carnahan-Khatali, Douglas
Balcomb-VVho's Viflio, Phi Kappa Phi, Khatali, Dan Hampton-Vigilantes vice-president, Iohn
Kelelier, Lynn Parker-Vigilantes, Ron Ferreri-Khatali, Chi Epsilon president, Mart Servis, jim
Vlfillianis-basketball, Yuinpy Barker, Ray Cuerette-football, Erwin Thompson, Lynn Parker,
Harrison Smith-track, Bob Crist-baseball.
Pledges. BACK Row: Paul Matteucci, Lief Isaacson, Ron Whiteman, Ed Samberson, lim Bisbee, Iim Sliipp, Mike McCormick, Warren
YVoods. NIIDDLE Row: YVally Chastain, Ierry Winget, Bill Holman, Bob Gregor, Ray Cramer, Mike Hogan, Bill Cox, Charlie Watkins.
FRONT now: Pat Curley, jim Stevenson, Iolin Cliimosky, Sonny Cliamas.
R. V. Boyle
Roger F rycr
I. VV. Kempcnaar
Mrs. Mamie Evans
91:1 Yale Boulevard, NE
President . . . . . . NORINIAN PrsTrs1zs12N
Vice-president . . . . DrXVID CHAVEZ
Secretary . . . ROBERT BATHO
Treasurer . . PAUL BRUNET
Traditional events on the Lambda Chi Alpha calendar include
their Founders' Day Banquet March 22, a picnic in the mountains
and the Wliite Rose Formal. This year the Lambda Chi's won sec-
ond place in the annual Spirit Sing in conjunction with the Alpha
Chi Omega sorority.
In campus activities is Dick Camacho who was chairman of the
Student Standards Committee.
BACK now: George Ostcrmanng Richard Casanovag Ileinz Ehrsamg LeRoy Gomezg XVillia1n Cartson. FRONT Row: David Neving
Iohn Minerg Theodore Martinczg Prcslcy McNeal.
President ........ Bon DIER1N'IAN
Vice-president . . LARRY FooR
Secretary . . . BERNIE HIGGINS
Treasurer . . Bois PIUIVIBLE
Historian . . . BOB NORTON
A line tradition of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity is the annual orphan Christmas party which they
give with Chi Omega sorority. Also the fraternity's social functions for the year include a Christmas
F ormal, Sweetheart Formal, and Swim Party. The Sig E ps placed second in Spirit Sing this year.
Outstanding members of the fraternity this year are: Bob Dierman-Student Council representa-
tive, and presideiit Kappa Kappa Psi. Dave O'Donnell-Treasurer Iunior I .F .C.
Pat Bennett 'Lawrence Foor Bill George Iames Higgins
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Pledges: Robert Howellg David O'Donnellg Don Shubertg Ward Harrisg Al Grady.
Tau Kappa Epsilon placed second in Spirit Sing this
year. Among the animal ailairs of the fraternity are the
Carnation Ball, Tekewacade, Poverty Ball, and a party
for all new sorority pledges.
Outstanding Tekes of this year include: Larry
Hammock-Social Chairman of Vigilantes, IFC repre-
sentativeg Mike Laine-King of I-Iearts, President of
Vigilantes, Sophomore member of the Student Union
Board, Vice-president of Program Directorateg Duke
Perkins-Kappa Kappa Psi and U.N.M. bandg Bruce
Iagger-U.N.M. wrestlingg Brooks Ambos-Fiesta
Chairinang Ray Lutz-Fiesta V.P.g Ted Tristram-
President of Student Union Board, President of Alpha
Phi Omegag Larkin Smith-IF C Vice-presidentg Phil
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Martin Philip Emmett B. Iames Laurens Earl George
Barnett Cyr Dawson Freese Hammock Hester Honeycutt
Bruce Richard Manuel Phil Larkin Charlie Ted
Iagger Lake Saucedo Sawdey Smith Stpehens Tristram
Pledges: Neil Gholsong William Thorng Robert Hollowayg Iohn McCandliss.
, U i A 4.i..'iQ.J. President . . ..... BETTY SNIITH
1:32 . ' J V ice-president . . . . FRANCINE RAPER
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A y ! Treasurer .... . . lo ANN Locxiuncis
i , ' Recording Secretary . . . . XVILMA SNARE
w ' ,Q ' Corresponding Secretary . . ADORIA NIARTIN
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The Town Club lield its annual VV inter and Spring tormals and had an open house each semester
for all men on campus.
Outstanding meznbers on the campus include: lane Day, Hoznecoining Queeng Betty Smith,
March of Dimes 'fGuard Angelng Katherine Poley, Telce attendantg Adoria Martin, vice-president of
Phi Gamma N u, Spursg Pat Tolmie, Night Editor of LOBO and Student Union Publicity Committeeg
Nancy Iohnston, Student Union Program Directorateg Io Ann Loclcridge, Student Union Music
Committeeg Betty Slayter, Spursg Margie Endres, Spurs.
Pledges. BACK now: Alice Lantzg Katliey Poleyg lean Muckeyg Dolores McCaigg Nancy Lalickerg Barbara Iustice. FRONT Row: Betty
McKelveyg Dorothy Sribinog Mary Ellen Billingsg Pat Tolmieg Ellen Greene.
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President FLORA lVlALSTAS
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Secretary OLINDA LUNA
Treasurer . VELMA MARTINLZ
The Phrateres participated on campus this year by selling
programs at football games. They also participated in the
Heart F undldrive and worked at the Veterans Hospital.
Social events given included the annual Club Night Owl in
the spring, two open houses for U.N.M. men, and a picnic.
Outstanding members are: Mary Louise Stogden, Phi Kap-
pa Phi and Freshman Honor Rollg Flora Maestas, Wl1o's
Whog Simmie Romero, AWS Secretaryg Olinda Luna, Phi
Gamma N u Secretary. President
Mary Lou Stogden
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BACK now: Louella Romerog Rosina Griegog Louise C-reyg Flora Maestasg Betty Lou Scrnag Mary Lou Stogdeng Simmie
Romero. FRONT Row: Miss Carol Williamsg Lucille Aragong Norma lean Meclinag Marian Causing Velma Martmezg
Lida Sisnerosg Olinda Lunag Mary Frances Mclnteer.
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Row ONE! Sydney Norman, Karen Farber, Miriam Morgang Carolyn Killgorcg Francine Bingham, Bcvcrly Spinelli, Louclla Romero, Lindo Tracy, lean Iamesong
Ieanne Bennettg Valeria Skuse. Row Two: Carol Pornpeog Pat Ringer, Rosina Griegog Sharyn Madera, Betty Io Baker, Carolyn Cookg Barbara Williams, Lea
Rohr, Iudy Mincesg Pat Dickensong Iane Butt, Louise Grey. Row THREE: Bonnie Evansg Virginia Burns, Madelon Byrdg Rozclla Siler, Robbie Sue Reddy,
Sheilah Purcellg Charlene Eakerg Mary George Tuckcrg Nancy Seibert, Pat Horneg Harriet Kolfalkg Ann NVatsong Sandra Ward, Sara Zargesg Sara Cotg Kathryn
Campg Mary Ann Stites.
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Row ONE! Carolyn Killgore, V ice-presidentg Francine Bingham, President, Beverly Spinelli, Secre-
tary. Row Two: Valerie Skuse, A.VV.S. rcp.g Kathryn Camp, VV.R.C. 1'CP.Q Madelon Byrd, Student
Senateg Mary Ann Stites, corridor rep.g Lea Rohr, foods rep., Carol Pompeo, corridor rep.
Row ONE! Rosetta Martinezg Carmen Trujillog Olinda Lunag Mary Frances Mclnteerg Sandy Burgrinkg Sylvia Ruizg Elizabeth Earecksong Enid Douglasg
Margaret Smythg Laura jean Colburn. Row Two: Ianice Stadlerg Bobbi Quintanag Lida Sisnerosg Ernestine Torresg Diana Mitchellg Gail Wolcottg Dorothy
Paulsoug Sara I-layncsg Nancy Centryg Bobbi Pinog Betty Slayterg Katy Tondreg Glenda Hapesg Norma jean Medina. Row THREE: Bertha Curtisg Simmie
Romerog Velma Martinezg Gloria Herrerag Patsy Espinozag Ann Dotyg Carol Ann Taylorg V irgie Gentryg Barbara YVilliamsg Dixie Mayg Barbara Poppy Maura
Ricog Dolores Gallegosg Eleanor Raeg Nancy Wilkinsong Vivian Omang Lynn Goldfarbg Io Ellen Engleg Cordelia Valdezg Betty Lou Sernag Mary Lou Stogdeng
Marilyn Mutz. Row noun: Peggy Browng Ioyee Millerg Sandy Malochg Ernestine Montoyag Lucia Saleidog Colene Atchelyg Theodora Pendletong Doris
Breitcnfieldg Sue Fairclothg Dorothy I-Iollandg Barbara Cossetteg Sally Blatnieag Carol Priesnitzg Ianiee Croyg Io Ann Cookg Jeanette Iacksong Karen XVilliamsg
Barbara Bergg Jetty Io Potter.
lllarron Hall is an upper classman clorm which partiei- OHHCCIS
patecl in Song Fest, sponsored a pep rally before the San President ....... SANDY Buueiunrc
lose football game, and joined with three other dorms to 505211 Cllaifnlflll ------- SYLVIA RUIZ
give 3 formal dance- Secretary-treasurer . MARY FRANCES BXICINTEER
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Come, girls, is this the way we study for finals. They found time to relax with refreshments, blue
jeans, and good jazz.
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Marie Aslicraft, Corridor Representative for T-13g Constance
Cummings, Secretary-treasurer: Lucille Aragon, Vice-presi-
dentg Barbara Dueukel, Social Chairman.
Row ONE: Miriam Meekerg Iudy Haley: Sue McPherson: Marjorie Sucliomelg Marian Wilson: Sherrill Eclclrouseg Iudy Stcrmcr: Rose Benally. Row Two: Marie
Aslrcraftg Margarite Guarag Alice Eaton: Mildred Albert: Lucille Aragon: Sue Weitzelg Mary Ann Brockmang Barbara Duenkclg Ruth McKinley: Alma Eakerg
Betsy Huff: Lita Vigil. Row THREE: Patty Stewartg Cecilia Tenoriog Ioyce Hemsingg Ann Robertson: Diana Holtermaug lean Mandellg Raejeanne Robinsong
Connie Cummings: Carole Potterg Frances Patong Iudy VVoodyg Barbara Van Attag Arm Richardson: Betty F isherg Ann Del Ventog Liz Vigil: Flora Maestas.
Mesa Vi fa Dvrmifory
SEATED: Ricllard Lnccrog Glenn Tliorntong Morris XVest, Sccretaryg Bob Tucker, Presidentg Don
Dcarholt, V icc-prcsidcntg Mrs. Clifford. STANDING: Robert Roubickg Don Helgreng Iiinrny Linneyg
The residents of Mesa Vista
adopted a new constitution at the be-
ginning of the second semester. This
new constitution was the first step
toward self government. The govern-
ing body consists of a council com-
posed ot wing presidents, who ap-
point the other judicial bodies. These
judicial bodies each have their own
functions and are made up of mem-
bers ot Mesa Vista Donn who are in
good academic standing.
One ofthe many "personalized" concerts presented by the U.N.M. Band to Mesa Vista.
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Mesa Vista's entrees
the annual Christmas song fest capture much praise for their efforts.
Practicing your chug-a-lug technique?
One of the informal dances which highlighted this year's Mesa
Vista social life.
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Dorm Council: Bill Sncuclg lim Browng Doug Carmicliaelg Howard Brawn, Presidentg Gene VValker, Secretaryg Glenn Thornto
Robert Garcia. Not present for picture: jimmy Linney, Vice-presidentg Iiggcr Skillern.
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This year's Sports section is dedicated to two of the most outstanding senior athletes to compete at U.N .M . during
the past four years. Both boys come from Alamogordo, New Mexico, where they excelled in their high school days. We
would like to take this opportunity to recognize their accomplishments and contributions to the U.N .M . student body,
as well as many an athletic admirer.
SATO LEE was graduated from Alamogordo High School
Where he was an All-State performer in Football, Basketball,
and Track. Since coming to U.N.M. in 1952, he has had to
abandon his gridiron fortunes due to a shoulder injury, but has
more than compensated for this by not only demonstrating his
excellence as a Basketball and Track performer f on which his
atl1letic fame is particularly basedj, but in his scholastic and
campus activity achievements.
Sato and his brother Bobby fwho holds two state high school
sprint recordsj have accounted for many Lobo Track victories,
and have left fans with many pleasant memories of their per-
formances. Sato achieved particular prominence as a Hurdler
when, last season, as a junior, he won the Skyline Conference
Championship in the zzo yd. Low Hurdles, and placed second
in the High Hurdles. His outstanding achievements received
national recognition when he was nominated as the Rocky
Mountain AAU candidate for the "National Amateur Athlete
of the Year" award!
A dim view was cast upon his athletic future when a knee
injury forced him out of the basketball scene for the season, and
likewise dampened his Track future, but, a champion cannot
be kept out of his place. Besides looking forward to another
Conference Championship, we join Coach Roy johnson in his
hopes that Sato will be a representative of the United States
Olympic Track Team!
In PAUL TAPIA the entire student body as well as many
sports fans have seen the desire, courage, conditioning, and
physical ability required in a champion, and for Paul, it has
been a particular achievement. Paul has been mainly respon-
sible for the institution of the sport he loves and lives by, and
that we feel is here to stay at U.N.M. with a great future in
Wrestlirig. A sport requiring perhaps more physical condition-
ing and strict training due to its rigorous demands on the body,
Paul has been an example of its very existence.
Paul began his VVrestling career due to an unfortunate child-
hood accident, and has since turned that fate into the utmost
in achievement. I-le started wrestling as a hfth grader, and was
soon afterward handing defeats to his high school competitors.
This became a habit with Paul, and he continued his winning
ways for ten consecutive years undefeated in competition, and
receiving National high school recognition.
In his first year of inter-collegiate competition, Paul won the
Conference Consolation Championship after nearly pinning
the defending titlist i11 his weight. Primed for victory the fol-
lowing year, his career was seemingly ended when he received
a serious groin injury at the outset of tl1e season. Fighting back
with courage greater than any we have probably ever known,
Paul has again established himself as an undefeated champion
by winning all of his matches during the regular season by pins,
and going on to capture the Skyline Conference Consolation
Championship at 137 pounds. Paul Tapia
One of the most disastrous football seasons in U.N.M. history was
culminated with the firing of head coach Bob Titchenal, after three
years at the Lobo helm. His ousting was early foreseen by many stu-
dents who, eagerly seeking an outlet to the situation, symbolically fore-
cast his fate by hanging him in efligy-a demonstration which became
nationally common before the end of the gridiron season. Also fired in
the shakeup was line coach Marty Feldman, who had only this year
come to U.N.lVI. from Stanford University.
Titchenal's release set off the biggest sports controversy at U.N.M.
since the firing of his predecessor, Dr. Dudley DeCroot, in 1952, and
was the climax to another outcry against administrative policy and the
restriction of athletic freedom.
The amiable "Titch" came to U.N.lVI. i11 195 3 after having served
as an assistant both here and at Denver University. In his first year at
U.N .M . he was named "Skyline Coach of the Year" by fellow coaches
and sportswriters after compiling a 5-3-1 record, and upsetting the top
teams in the conference. In 1954 the record was 5-5, and the climax
was reached with this year's 2-8 showing.
As a result of Titchenal's firing, a new era in intercollegiate athletics
was exposed to the public with the announcement of future plans con-
cerning the present athletic policy. This became evident in President
Popejoy's statement concerning Titchenal's release, in which he said,
"It has been decided that future plans for intercollegiate athletics at
the University indicate that a change in the head football coaching
position is needed at this time."
It was a long season for players, coaches, and fans alike, but with a
new policy in effect, we look forward to the 1956 season.
Coach Dick Clausen comes to U.N from Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
As head coach at little Coe College in Iowa, he received the George
Cipp award as the "Outstanding Small College Coach of the Year"
throughout the nation. A stern advocate of the split-T, he emphasizes
desire, conditioning, speed, and ability as requisites for his style of play.
His impressive, systematic, and business-like attitude very ably account
for his success.
A winning coach, his Coe team was ,one of the twenty undefeated
clubs in tl1e country last season. Clausen also has many seemingly good
ideas as to how the entire athletic program here is going to grow. He
advocates bowl games, close relations between coach, players and
students, and closer interest by coaches in all phases of the athletic
The new coach is 42 years old, and possesses a B.S. and M.S. from
the University of Iowa and Northwestern University respectively.
Given full authority over his football program, the new mentor has
already recruited three of his Coe assistants, and retained former Lobo
Backfield Coach Lou Cullen as F reshmizn mentor.
With Spring Football now under way, the future looks very encour-
aging indeed. We are very happy to have obtained the talents of a coach
of such caliber, and the entire student body looks forward to many
successful and enjoyable football games . . . and the return of those
post-weekend vacations. I
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Marty Feldman, head line coach, carrie
here only this year after a four year term
in the same position at Stanford Univer-
sity. He was fired in the football shakeup
along with head coach Bob Titchenal.
Old Ed Pillings, Trainer, George Petrol, Lou Cullen, Backtield Coach, Willis
' ' ' Freshman Coach. Barnes, End Coach.
Ed Pillings joins the new staff in his fourth season as the Lobo's athletic trainer.
Talented George Petrol will continue his post as baseball coach and P.E. instructor, though retiring from the toot-
Lou Cullen, bacldield coach for the past two seasons, joins the new staff as Freshman coach and head scout.
Amiable VVillis Barnes, one of the Lobos few winning head coaches, is nearing completion of his 24th year on the
UN .M . athletic staff.
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Iohn Neumann, the Lobos new line coach, starred as both a football and baseball player at Springfield College,
Mass. from 1947-1952, and for the past two years has been an assistant on Coach Clausen's staff at Coe College.
Bill Vifeelcs, who will serve as baclcfield coach, has been coach at Grinnell, Iowa high school, and Freshman coach at
Iowa State for the past two seasons. '
Marv Levy was both a football and traclc star at Chicago and Coe College, before his assignment at U.N.M. A scholar
as well as athlete, Levy was named to Phi Beta Kappa at Harvard University.
john Neumann, Line Coach Bill Weeks, Backfield Coach Marv Levy, Assistant Coach Lou Cullen, Freshman Coach
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senior guard and mainstay of the Lobo forward wall. fimmy came to
U.N.M. in 1952 after having been an "All-State" high school guard, and
has lettered at that position every year since. His accomplishments rate a
triple A rating among football fans .... Aggressiveness, Agility, and Abil-
ity. An inspiration to others, and an untiring performer on the gridiron,
his presence will be greatly missed in future years. VVe wish you the best
of success in your coaching career lim.
. . . and IOE MURPHY,
the Glendale Hash who has given fans many thrilling memories with his
superb ball carrying maneuvers. Ioe, senior left-half, came to U.N .M . two
seasons ago from Glendale fCalif.Q C. with a reputation as an outstand-
ing baelc, and has greatly added tp that tradition here. Unlimited in his
sports abilities, Ioe is a top tennis player, and was U.N .M fs star pole vaulter
on the traclc team, going up to 13h 6". Another physical education major,
We wish you the coaching success you enjoyed as a player.
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. . . and our All-American Nominee . . . IERRY NESBI TT
only a Sophomore, has proved himself a seasoned gridiron performer, by
being U.N .M .'s only candidate from the Rocky Mountain area as an All-
American nominee. ferry proved himself an untiring worlcer by playing sixty
minutes of aggressive football throughout the season. Perhaps Ierry's main
forte is his desire to excel, and physical condition. Also a golf letterman as a
Freshman, we feel U.N.M. can be proud of the accomplishments and the
football future for such an outstanding athlete.
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Perhaps the most pleasant scene on the Lobo
gridiron this season was presented in the above
pictures when post season bowl selections were an-
nounced. U.N.M. managed to salvage part of its
dismal season when co-captains Ioe Murphy and
jimmy Iuarez joined halfbaclc Vlfilbert Runcorn and
guard lim Briscoe on tl1e Salad Bowl team. Coach
Bob Titchenal was also honored by being selected
as head coach for the Skyline squad.
h7Vlll7Cl'lf Runcorn II'1lfbacL 1m Briscoe Guard
Phil Ilarns End Richard Drake, End Iohn Barefoot, End rm Livingston En
F ullback Gary Sloan lifts a Texas Wfestern ball carrier onto his shoulder, as teammates Iohn Barefoot f82j and jerry
Nesbitt rush in to assure the tackle.
Brad Huckabee Herbie Hughes
End Iohn Barefoot starts to block a San lose State
back, unaware that halfback Lynn White f28j is
being tripped up by a Spartan lineman. Behind
him are Lobo backs Gary Sloan f 341 and ferry Lott
frgj, While linemen Wayrr-e Gares f77J and Phil Imy Lott Gmc Mazza
Harris f85j are moving ur from across Held. Quarterback Qugrteflmck
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Iergalfblsclgca l I Halflgahky Fullback Fullback
Gary Sloan Ynmpy Barker Gus Hampton Dick Pribble
Fnllbuck ' Halfback Halfback Halfback
Lynn XfVhite I
A host of Lobo players, headed by halfbaclc Ierry Apodaca f24J, converge on a Denver back
while Safety man foe Nlurphy C252 moves up to insure the stop. Lobos in the play in-
clude Charley Thompson f67j, Glen Hakes fyrj, Andy Morales fggj, Ierry Nesbitt f6zj, and
Walfcf W hire Richard Drake f87j.
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F ullbaclc Harold Riley fgoj is finally caught in the Pioneer's campfire as he
attempts to score after a 56 yard scamper.
George Balleau 'Dick Fisher Harold Riley Mike Sehlick
Center Center Center-Fullbaclc Center
A BYU Cougar is buried beneath the onslaught of Lobo
tacklers Herbie Hughes f 1 rj, jimmy Iuarez, Porky Leyva,
and foe Nlurplry as he attempts to dig his way out of
Cherry and Silver territory. They are given a watchful
eye by Mike Schlick and Dick Drake f87l.
Opponent T heir Score Lobo Score
NEVV lN'lEXlCO ASLNI ..,, .,.. 7 14
CULORADO A8rM ..,, . , 25 o
TEXAS VVESTERN . . . . . 34 O
UTAH STATE ...... , . 18 O
SAN IOSE STATE .... .. 14 O
IVIONTANA ,........ . . 1.9 14
DENVER ......... . . 33 6
VVYOMING ...... . . zo o
ARIZONA ..,....... . . 27 6
BRIGI-IAM YOUNG . . . . . 17 21
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Halfback Dick Pribble heads back upiield amidst a swarm of Lobo blockers and Wyoming taclders after intercepting a pass deep in
Lobo territory. U.N.M. blockers include Harold Riley fgoj, lim Briscoe f75, on groundj, Herbie Hughes ful, lerry Nesbitt f62l and
Wilbert Runcorn f44l.
Gary Iudd Charley Thompson Bill Basham Don Myers
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jimmy Iuarez and End Phil Harris join forces to bring down a B.Y.U.
rrier, as backs Lynn Xvllltfi f28j and Willnert Runcorn C441 rush in
from the front. Also in the action is Quarterback Herbie Hughes ful.
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A B.Y.U. back struggles vainly for paydirt after being halted by an unidenti-
fied Lobo tackler. Moving up fast are Ends Dick Drake f87j, and Iohn
Barefoot f82j, and Guard jimmy Iuarez f61Q.
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FRONT Row: Frank Martinezg Cary Rickmzing Bill Savageg Iohn Bresenhamg Sam Smeltzerg Mike Madridg Iack Harding V el Corleyg Anthony Grayg
Demman. SECOND Row: Earl Suryg XVayne Cosnellg VVaync VVolfg Dick Howell, Dick Gcntryg V oil Latting Ron NVhitcinang Mason Roscg john Moore
Chamberlain, Hugh Endres.T1nRD Row: Ioe Carleton, Fred Iohnsong Ron Paynterg Spencer Sumrowg Tunny WVilsong Eddie Leybag Mike Nigro,
Armstrong, Ierry Billingsg Fred Iohnsong Curtis Crawfordg Iohn Stagnerg john Hagerg Leo Barkcrg Milt Barron.
brought back memories of the Lobo's great defensive team of 1952. Displaying a dazzling array of backfield talent a
a rock-rib line, the Vifolfpups began the season by dumping the Denver University Yearlings 25-13 and followed
process by romping over Pueblo fColoradoj I.C. 32-14, and Ft. Lewis A and M 33-6. The final game of the year agar
the highly touted Air Force Academy resulted in a mighty defensive struggle in which the "Falcons" nipped the A'Pup
7-6. The backiield was paced throughout the season by speedster and leading scorer Anthony Cray, FB Milt Barr
and QB Iohnny Demman, while the line featured Flankmen Vel Corley and Cary Rickman, and "Middle Men" M.
Madrid, Bill Savage, and lack Hardin. Other top performers on the team included backs Wayne Cosnell and Fran.
Martinez and lineman Mason Rose. These boys, along with varsity veterans and top I.C. transfers, should lit very al
into next year's lineup and produce some exciting, first class f ootball.
Coach George Petrol's frosh crew provided U.N.M. football fans with their brightest moments of the season a
End Gary Rickman drives goalward after catching a pass against Star Quarterback Iohnny Dernman fizj is hauled down near
Ft. Lewis A8zM, while F ullback Milt Barron f34j tries vainly to midfield stripe after a long gain against Pueblo I.C. Wolfpups
maneuver for a lateral. the play include Cary Rickman f87j, lack Bresenham f65j,
Hardin fygj, Mike Madrid 1632, and Bill Savage f76j.
Silver Quarterback Brad I-Iuckabee gets set to dump his Cherry adversary, Anthony Gray, as End Fred johnson starts to clamp him
down from the rear. Other Lobos in action are Lynn Wllite frunning, leftj, Andy Morales fggj, Gary Iudd f68Q, Wayne Gosnell f45J,
Ron Glovetski f74j, lack Hardin f75p, Mike Madrid f63Q, Ron Wlliteman f34j and Gus Hampton fzgj.
Andy Morales, Center
Silver I-Ialfback, Bob Bursey, puts the hoax on the ball as he is about to be
tagged by Cherry linemen lack Hardin 6753, and Andy Morales fggj. Cherry End Dick Drake leaves the ground as he
leaps to make a desperation catch against Silver
defender, Bob Bursey.
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Freshman Cage Coach, Bill Stockton, gathered an unusually tall crew of
sophomores, added them to his few upper classmen, and began a basketball
rampage reminiscent of Spring dust storms, and when the nets had cleared
off, the scoreboard disappointed many an optimistic foe. Coach Stockton,
a 1937 graduate of U.N.M., began his first season in the collegiate ranks after
17 highly successful years with New Mexico high schools, and immediately
faced one of the toughest rebuilding assigrnnents in the Skyline Conference.
A highly expert basketball teacher, he is noted for getting a maximum from
his material. Though many fans were skeptical at the outset of the season,
the crafty cage mentor well proved himself as a strategist before the final
basket sailed through the hoop.
Coach Stockton lacked the necessary depth and team support required in
a shooting, rebounding, passing Conference such as the Skyline, but still got
the most out of his sophomore laden crew. Many early season losses were a
result of intensive fouling on the Lobo's part, but this was alleviated im-
mensely by the addition of the zone defense. This, coupled with a high-low
tandem offense, proved to be the most effective weapon of attack, and con-
tinually posed the Wolfpack as a threat to all competition.
Stockton is a strict fundamentalist and a strong believer in conditioning
as a prime requisite in any sport. Evidence of these eleznents were inherent
in his team his year. In his own words, Coach Stockton has H. . . lived,
learned, enjoyed . . ." the season, and out of this we look forward to basket-
ball coming on a higher plane to U.N,lW., and on that plane, a Skyline Con-
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Toby Roybal established himself as U.N .M .'s all-time Basketball great by
breaking every record available in the Cherry and Silver seorebook during his
playing career. Toby, who hails from Santa F e, New Mexico, made his last
year his most glorious one and brought many a fan and scout to watch his
cage antics. y
Two seasons ago he was named to the and team All-Slqfline selections, but
then laid out a year to participate in AAU Basketball. Upon his return to
collegiate play this year, he suddenly served notice of his capabilities on the
entire Rocky Mouritaiii area by breaking the Skyline Conference scoring rec-
ord against Montana with 45 points. He became the Lobo's floor leader and
Captain, and combined his amazing talents with those of his teammates to
form many invincible combinations against competitors. As a whole, his per-
formance was usually indicative of the team's, though it was teamwork,
ability, conditioning, and desire which scored for everyone. He continued
his one man rampage up and down the Rockies despite heavy guarding by
the opposition, and still managed to close the season as the znd highest
scorer in the Conference.
Roybal's outstanding floor play, teamwork, individual performance, lead-
ership, and sportsmanship was emblematic of his play, and resulted in his
selection as an All-Skyline Conference Guard, and an Honorable lVlention
All-America nomination. l
ference Championship, and a Coach of the Year award.
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The 1955-1956 basketball era was marked by a freshman coach and a sophomore laden squad, but both performed
like seniors before the season ended.
In his first season as a college basketball coach, and in a conference where victories come high, Coach Stockton did a
tremendous job in improving his squad to meet the demands of opponents.
The team was dealt an early season blow when starting guard and playmaker, Sato Lee, was forced out of action for
the season with a knee injury. Little did anyone suspect at that time that this was only an indication of what was to come
by season's end.
The Lobos started off the season against inter-sectional competition, which gave them an opportunity to adjust their
offensive and defensive style before conference play began. Due to excessive fouling, the Lobo defense was switched
from a man-to-man to a zone. The next move was to employ a tandem high-low offense, mainly employing Toby
Roybal, VV alt Schuman, and Iohn Teel, and many things were to happen to bring smiles and encouragement during the
The Lobo rampage began at the end of intersectional competition, continued through Montana, Vifyoming, and
Denver, and the inevitable end came from a single state across the Rockies-BYU, Utah, and Utah State. Nationally
conference, were given ample reason to worry even when they ranked Utah and BYU, as well as other top teams in the
managed a victory over the New Mexico quintet. The mid-season slump that followed was not an end for the weary, in-
jury ridden Lobos, but a means for rejuvenation of forces. The real ending came against Utah State-as triumphant a vic-
tory as the Hrst one against VVyoming.
Though the team will greatly miss its ace scorer and floor leader Toby Roybal, we feel a replacement could amply
come from the talented Freshman crew, which Coach Stockton should warmly welcome to his varsity. Basketball is
being placed on a higher plane at U.N.M., and players and fairs alike are noticing the difference. The nucleus and the
potential are beginning to multiply now, and with the new gymnasium-watch for the explosion!
BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD
S2 67 Texas XVestcrn
53 66 New Mexico A8rM
S3 77 Occidental CLAQ
69 73 Kentucky XVesleyan
So 88 W7 est Texas State
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Q3 86 Texas XVcstcrn
52 67 Colorado AGM
So 71 XVyoming
Q2 79 Montana
73 5o Montana
73 87 Utah
51 58 New Mexico ASM
69 61 Denver
53 87 Brighanr Young
62 75 Utah State
6 1 8 1 Denver
74 1 o 1 Utah
67 75 Colorado A8zlXfl
36 60 VVyon1ing
69 75 Brigharn Young
74 63 Utah State
VVOII 6, lost 16
Skyline: Worr 5, lost 9
Fifth Place 7
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air to block a would be Aggie basket, While Floyd Siegel C4.2J
looks on anxiously.
Wfhatever hardships are suftered by the NM
Aggies against Lobo grid teams, seem to always be
reversed come the basketball season. This seemed
like tl1e Lobos year, but the Aggies dumped U.N .M .
twice by 66-53 and 58-51 scores, and then went on
to astound Border Conference foes by tying for first
In this game at Carlisle gymnasium, ASZM beat
the Lobos with their own defense, and formed an
"iron ring" around the basket, which U.N.M. failed
to penetrate successfully. The play was rough all the
way, but it was Center Keith Bruns who kept the
Lobos in the game with his hook shots as high scor-
ing Toby Roybal was limited to 13 markers. Tl1is
brought U.N.lVI.'s pre-season record to 4-9 while the
Aggies boasted a ro-3 mark. But the Conference was
yet to start, many surprises yet to come, and many
teams to shake oft the sting of a Lobo victory.
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steal the ball. In the background is U. N. M .'s Dave Syme fggj.
Toby Roybal C442 gets set to kick away any Ute that gets in his scoring
path as he tussles for the ball under the basket.
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out of his stirrups while a teammate attempts to regain
D The Lobo Hoopsters became the surprise of the
Skyline Conference when they upset Vifyoming in
Cowboy land early in the season, after having been
conceded a cellar finish. U.N.M. continued to ter-
rorize the opposition by beating Texas Westerii in
an inter-sectional contest, before sending Montana's
Grizzlies home to hibernate with two consecutive
It was, however, the same VVyoining team that
had started the Lobos on their basketball glory that
handed them their most lethargic defeat near sea-
son's end by a 6o-36 score. After playing 2nd place
BYU down to the wire before being dumped 75-69,
the Lobos salvaged a fifth place tie with Wyoiiiing
by upsetting the 3rd place Utah Aggies 74-63.
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rim and talk things over while they wait for the ball to come down.
Walt Schuman waits in the rear for a possible rebound.
VValt Kincaid fgij does a one arm push up as he is Watched cautiously by a BYU Cougar, While Floyd
Siegel f42j and Toby Roybal f44J start up the court.
Coach Stockton hasn't actually developed a Basketball
Octopus-the boys have been stopping oil in the Wrestling
room before practice. john Teel is trying for a half-nelson as
Walt Kincaid secures a wrist lock under the watchful eye
of Toby Roybal. The Cougar in the middle seems to be
hopeful the ball will fall into his free hand!
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FRONT Row: Bob Matting Don Smithg Eli McCulloughg VVinston l iekeringg Merle Coodwiug Bill Rogersg Roger Smith.
B.-ser: now: loc Don VVornacl4, Managerg Lindy Lanierg lim Shippg loc Unterbergg Dale Catong joe NfVilmoreg Dalton
Former U.N .M . basketball star, Geiie Golden, began his
coaching career by directing the Freshman hoopsters to a success-
ful cage season. Golden, working with one of the tallest teams in
Wolfpup history, primed his eagers for starting berths on next
year's varsity while netting a 6-4 season record. The Pups' only
losses came at the hands of top Military and A.A.U. teams, but
these Were amply vindicated by their performance against col-
legiate foes. The Frosh twice made amends for the 7-6 loss to the
Air Force Academy during the gridiron season, by dumping the
Freshman star joe VVilmore f73j receives a lioost from team-
mate Joe Unterberg as they jump between the Falcon roost to
score against the Air Force Academy.
highly touted Falcons 70-63, and 83-81. I 11 averaging better than
70 points per game, the Vifolfpups were led by its usual starting
five: Rusty Goodwin, Lindy Lanier, Bob Martin, foe Vlfilmore,
and Dale Caton, who proved to be the most consistent all-around
U.N.lVI. students, fans, and players alike will miss the amiable
coach, fwllo has received his call to active duty as an Air Force
Ollieerj but We can feel proud of the job Gene has done and the
material he has developed for future basketball seasons.
In a local game against Simon's Dept. Store, composed mainly of
former Lobo stars, Center Merle "Rusty" Goodwin tggj leaps
high to tip in a "bucket" as Lindy Lanier C447 and Dale Caton
f63j Crouch in anticipation.
FuoN'r now: Art Ableson, 123 lbs.g jim Stevens, 130 lbs.g Paul Tapia, 137 lbs. BACK Row: Bruce Iagger, 167 lbs., james
Cramer, 157 lbs.g Ron Courtney, 147 lbs.
Willis Barnes, Coach.
Paul Tapia, Captain.
Lobo Wrestlers l1ad dim hopes of a winning season when, at the outset of the season, it
was announced that former coach and collegiate champion Freddy Grant was not returning.
The grapplers chances were further dampened when Freshmen were declared ineligible to
compete, even in non-conference competition.
The team was composed of four returning lettermen, including Captain Paul Tapia who
missed the previous season due to an injury, two returning squadmen, and two football
players. Coach Willis Barnes took this combination and produced a 4-1 season record-the
first winning record for a Lobo team this year. We hope that this will be an indication of
the entire spring sports program at U.N.M.
The mat men opened the season by dividing a triangular match with Colorado Mines and
Adams State when Heavyweight Phil Harris decisioned State's 270 pound Rex Chilson 8-2.
Spring football drills took Harris and 177 pounder Gary Iudd, leaving the grapplers with a
six man team and a 1-1 record. The Lobos, led by Paul Tapia, jim Cramer, Iim Stevens, and
Ron Courtney spotted the opposition ten points per match and defeated Adams State
18-16, Ft. Lewis ASZM 20-18, and Ft. Bliss 16-13.
Coach Barnes then announced a Eve man team to compete in the Skyline Conference
Championships which included Art Ableson, lim Stevens, Paul Tapia, Ron Courtney, and
james Cramer. Cramer, last year's Consolation Champion, was dethroned by nationally
ranked Ron Day of Colorado A8zM, but lim Stevens in the 130 pound class, and Paul Tapia
in the 137 pound class captured Consolation Championships after being defeated by the
eventual champions i11 their weight class. They will represent New Mexico in the NCAA
Wrestling Championships on the Oklahoma ASZM campus on March 231'Cl and 24th.
Referee Iim Neely braces himself to slap the mat as Iamcs Cramer
slips into his inevitable and dreaded Cuillotine against Adams State
' grappler Colbert Pepper.
Art Ableson Wraps a Figure-4 around teammate lim Stevens and
grimaces as he begins to cut oi? his oxygen supply.
jim Stevens slips a Cradle hold on an opponent
while prepping for the Conference
Ron Courtney shows the form that brought him four pins during
the season by applying the Cuillotine!
Ride 'ein cowboy! Adams State's Greg Bahr starts Paul Tapia applies a reverse half nelson and bar arm against Adams
the rodeo as U.N.M.'s Bruce Iagger staffs to buck. State's Candelaria to cop his fifth consecutive fall.
U.N.M. basketball fans received a double treat this season by being witness to some awesome gymnastics exhibi-
tions by Lobo students. The team which was headed by Gordy Modrall, Border Conference Diving and Gymnastics
Champion, consists entirely of underclassmen who hope the sport will become a regular competitive event in the near
future. Others in the troupe included Tony D'Arcy, in Free Exercise and Parallel Barsg Ray Porter in Tumbling,
High Bar, and Flying Ringsg and lim Stevens in Tumbling, Parallel Bars, and Trampoline. Modrall was the All-
around Gymnast, competing in every event.
. Gordy Modrall coming out of a Double Front Somersault into a
Flying Swan while competing on the Trampoline.
Gordy comes off the Trampoline and onto the Pedestals to do a
one arm Planch.
lim Stevens docs a hanclstzmd while performing on
thc Parallel Bars.
'Tumbler Ray Porter is caught in mid-air while turning a back Free Exercise competitor Tony D'Arcy does a two arm Planch on
somcrsault oft the Short Horse. the floor while performing his routine.
Swim team members crouch for a takeoff during conditioning
sprmts Tanksters are lim Stevens, Carlos Baca, Ronnie Calkins,
Gordy Modrall, Larry F inuf, and Craig Hetlelman. NOT PICTURED:
George Udell, Bob Barney, Dave Barney, Nlike Schlick.
Due to lack of eligible competitors, Coach Lloyd Burley was unable to send his Tanksters into collegi-
ate competition this season. The Fin Men, paced by Letterman ot the Year, Ronnie Calkins, and Border
Conference Diving Champ Cordy Modrall, are composed of the same swimmers who won the South-
western AAU and dominate state aqua activities each year. The Splashers plan to compete throughout
the Southwest this summer in AAU meets before entering the collegiate races next fall.
Sprinters Ronnie Calkins and Craig Hellelman
rm Stevens on the way to a new pool rec-
ord in his specialty-the Butterfly. other first place.
The sprint ended in a dead heat with Carlos Baca gasping for
oxygen tank, and turning heads trying to determine 1 victor
slice through the water in synchronized strokes Border Comfereoee and Soutllwest Af
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"Chuck" Vidalg Ioe Fergusong Eli McCulloughg Bob Darmitzalg Paul Myers. Nor Prcrurusnz Bob Sanchezg Norman
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Coach Blanco White's net men look forward to another success-
ful tennis season in defense of their two year reign as unoH-lcial Slcy-
line Team Champions. The Lobos hope to duplicate the 30-2 rec-
ord they have compiled during the past two seasons, but will greatly
miss the racquet of former captain and Southwestern Champ, Paul
Butt. This year's team is paced by lettermen foe Ferguson and Bob
Sanchez, and will be bolstered by a strong crop of Freshman
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The Lobo Golf Team, under the direction of Coach Dick McGuire, is
once again posing itself as a Conference title threat. Though the Linksmen
lost their number one swinger, Vifendell Nelson, they early unveiled their
potential when a four man team, headed by Herb Winrberly, Won the
VVillie Tucker Memorial Colt Tournament against collegiate competition.
VV ith a long schedule ahead, the Vifoltpack Putters face their biggest test of
the season at Houston, Texas,
when they compete against the top
college teams in the nation in the
Dick Cole lines up the putt . . .
and Herb Wimberly sinks it!
If 1coNT Row: Clcn 'l'urnerg Chet Norrisg Ioe Don XVomackg Lynn Parker, Bill Eicliert. SECOND Row: Irwin Thomson,
Roger Smitlig lim Shippg lack Harding lim Brooks. BACK now: Coach Roy Iolinsong lim Bisbeeg Bob Selinurrg Stan
Bazantg Bob Burscy. Nor Pxc'1'U1irfD: Kinnner VVl1iteg XVayne Tucker, Bob Tuckerg Sato Lee, Anthony Gray, Paul
Taping Bill Renfrog jim Stevens.
Coach Roy Iohnson not only lost his ace sprinter, Bobby Lee, but also distance runners Harrison Smith
and Luis Gonzales. Smith, one of the top distance runners in the Rocky Mountain area, and an able
sprinter, was lost when he snapped his vital Achilles tendon. Coach johnson, however, still feels optimis-
tic clue to the tremendous improvement shown by his squadmen, and the depth provided by top Fresh-
man performers. '
The Lobo Spilcemen had one of its best teams in years last season when they won the Eastern Division
Conference and Rocky Mountain AAU titles, and placed third in the Skyline Championships. The
Vlfolfpaclc 'l'raclcmcn, paced by Sato Lee, Stan Bazant, and Orlen Coupland, appear to be even stronger
this year f particularly in incliviclual performancesj and have the potential to outpoint the perennially
powerful Arizona Vlfilclcats.
Irwin Thomson and Bob Schnurr appear
to be in near symmetrical form as they
coast over the High Hurdles. Roger Smith-440, 880 Iim Brooks-880, Mile
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releases his pole. brought him the state prep record of 22 feet, gh inches.
Conference Champion Sato Lee seen per-
forming his specialty-the Low Hurdles.
Weiglrt man Stan Bazant heaves the Shot
past the 50 foot niarlc.
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speedsters are Lynn Parker, Bob Bursey, and joe Don Woniack.
Colo. U. transfer, Buster Quist, had one
of the best throws in the nation.
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FRONT now: Manley Allcng loc Pattersong George Unterbergg Pete Fasoneg lim Pierceg Ralph Lopez. SECOND Row: Ron Glovetslcig George Balleaug Clark
Manwarrcng Keith Brunsg Roland Arrigonig Don Franchinig Wayne Garesg Iaclc Stobie. THIRD now: Dave Barneyg Bill Gorey Bob Barneyg Bob Cristg Bob Finkg
Sheldon Raizesg Dave Neuinang Hal Finclig Herbie Hughesg lim Gasawayp Iohn Keleherg Iim Economidesg Coach George "Stormy" Petrolg Dick Brown.
Coach George "Stor1ny,' Petrol's Diamond crew stands to be U.N.M.'s brightest
Spring sports performer. Bolstered by a strong field of sophomores and returning letter-
men, the team's strength is based on its pitching-the very element which was lacking last
Although the squad loses ace Catcher Carter Nlathies, Conference Batting Champion
lim Economicles leads a heavy array of sluggers. Vlfith only three seniors on the roster,
Roland Arrigoni, Keith Bruns, and Herbie Hughes, the bat men pose a very stable future.
Coach Petrol's optimism leads us to believe that he has a Skyline Conference Baseball
Charnpionship on the Held!
lack Stobie follows through during batting practice. Dick Brown shows his form.
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Skyline Conference Batting Champion,
Keith Bruns stretches for an infield throw as a batter tries to beat out a hit. Iim Economides,
Coach George "Stormy" Petrol views with a critical eye as Catcher Roland Arrigoni shows perfect form at plate defense in stopping George Unterberg's slide
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Stevens, Los Federalcs, V ice-president, Fred Cone, NROTCg lim Brooks, PKA, president.
STANDING: Roger Figge, Cyclops, Incl: Crahmn, Sigma Chi.
"Put Your Little Foot Right Down" is the theme song as the Intramural 100 yd. dash gets under way. Sprinters include Bob Beck, NROTCg
Cary Rickman, AFRO'l"Cg Steve Davis, Independents, Lynn Wliite, Los Federalesg and Castillo of the Newman Club. The race was won
by Lynn VVhite of the Los Feds in 10.7 seconds.
Wrestler Paul Tapia takes advantage of his superior physical condition to cop the mile run for the Los F ederales, and bring their point total
to 4SM2 to second place Sigma Chi's 3416. Seen coming around the curve are Tapiag Carlmark, Cyclops, Garcia, Independentsg Valdez,
Newman Club, Tom Clark, Independents, and Bob VVareham, SAE. Hidden behind the pack are Glenn Turner, FKA, and Iim Stevens,
Wnmvu is' Intramural
Four of U.N.lVI.'s top fem swimmers vie for the lead as the 50 yd. Backstroke gets underway. The Aquaettes include
Ann Krumus, Gail VVolcott, Louise Corn, and Charlotte Stevens.
Sharon Roth returns the serve as Doubles mate Sharon Roth demonstrates the offensive form, and Indy Ervin the
Iudy Ervin charges to the net to cover during defensive that made the Pi Pl1i's one of the top teams in the league
initial Spring game. during the winter Basketball season.
The University kept on growing as more and more
Students jiocleed to "Fount of Learning in the Land of
Enchantment" but for everyone there was a place, a
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Registration days are days of woe . L .
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The "oohs" and "ahs'f of Spirit Day . I. .
November days are ushered through
By autumn leaves and Homecoming, too . . .
Campus life with Christmas scenes
Recalls the traditional Hanging of the Greens . . .
The campus attircd in its wintry ,best
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l t started in the panic of registration, hurried through
rush week, always moving, never giving enough time.
Before the year was two months old despair of defeat
clouded the campus. Autumn quickly wiped out the last
reminder of summer.
Exams carrie and went. Parties, classes, a rush to the
library slipped away I...
Only in the holidays did U.N.lVI. pause, and then not
completely. Always the same impatient command,
"Move faster, faster."
Nloving it did it swept all with it. Christmas and
New Year's holidays were like years to those left behind.
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Old friends waited eagerly to welcome their companions.
And then it stopped while semesters changed . . .
But off and running again. The pace didn't slaclcen-it
moved faster. A few tried to grasp at the minutes, but
usually failed. Even a couple who sat under the trees and
watched the sunset on the Sandias eouldn't malce it stop.
The all night scholar tried to cheek the passage but failed.
Fiesta swept past, leaving only memories.
And then it was over. Panting, weary it rushed to a halt
at graduation. The minutes are gone, filed away in a mem-
ory, cliflicult to recall. lt's almost all gone . . . but not
quite . . .
Robert lVleFerrin, Metropolitan Opera con-
sidered to be one of the finest singers of our times.
"The Funniest VVoman in the VVorld," Anna
Russell, who gives satirical renditions of
classical, semi-classical, and popular musical
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General Carlos P. Romulo, Philippine ambassador to
the United States, spoke on The Asia America Docs
The U.N.lW. Program Series is designed to present students with a
high caliber of entertainment and educational programs and lectures
otherwise unavailable to the students. The series made available to the
students as a part of their activity fee, brings a varied and highly Worth-
while group of programs to the campus during the year.
Others on this year's series included Paul Draper, one of the world's
greatest tap dancers, who opened the 1955 season, Theodore Ullman,
concert pianist, and Buclcminster Fuller, designer of the "House of the
F uture" for the Chicago World's Fair, who lectured on "Comprehen-
Fiesta Nlexicana presented a two-hour stage show featuring music and
dances from the heart ot Mexico.
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Every year the Kappa Sigma Fraternity herd the pledges from nine women's organiza-
tions out for a day of fun, beauty, and skill as a project to raise funds for the Community
Chest. Begun four years ago in memory of Ellis I-lall, pliilanthropist and former Kappa
Sigma, Spirit Day has become a campus institution.
Scores of girls enter the contests . . . all hope to be chosen "Miss Spirit Day," "Miss Venus," or "Miss Prettiest Legs and Ankles."
Soon their numbers are narrowed down to a dozen or so, by the oflicial judges . . . . . . and the unoflicial . . .
Standards are severe but finally queens and attendants are chosen.
Wiiiners of the Miss Venus Contest are Pat Ioneswas chosen "Miss Spirit Day"g
lan Matkins, "Miss Venus" and Iudeth Sally Carpenter and Nancy Sargent are
Arnold and Ioan Decker runners-up. her attendants.
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On the eve of Homecoming festivities
our Queen, lane Day, and her attend-
ants, Connie Giomi and Marilyn
Thomas, were crowned during a cere-
mony at Zimmerman Stadium. Fol-
lowing the coronation there was the
traditional pep rally and bonfire
south of Mesa Vista Dorm.
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lrlomeeoming is a thrill for the aluins who are able
to return to U.N.M., refreshing old nieniories and
finding a few new ones. To remember the campus as
it was in the "good old days" and to see the great
strides being niade in building and growth are espe-
cially pleasing to an alum, This year's floats and
house decorations were speeialg the floats were lini-
ited solely to New hflexiean themes and the houses
had to be decorated following a quotation from a
book, song, or famous saying. The old themes of
"Beat 'em, Lobos," and "XVeleonie, Alums" were
dressed up in new garb-1955 style.
The Band forms a salute to our
opponents, the Denver University
P1 Ixippa Alpha wins first place in the men's division with their "The Little
Lobo 'l'h:1t Could."
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Sh ilce Rattle and Roll on in Alums" wins for Sigma Chi second place.
Kappa Sigma won third place with "No Place Like Home."
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Kappa Alpha Theta won first place in the XVOl1lC11,S division with
their house decorations based on a Piglet and Pooh theme.
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"Baby It's Cold Outside Come On In" won Chi Omega second
The spirit ot competition got a little too
warm or spirits got a little too highg The Tri
Delt "VVhale of a Tale" f third place house
decorationsj went up in sniolce the eve of
Homecoming. YV e present no ashes or
charred frameworlc in a picture, only an apol-
ogy for the actions of some of our fellow
Chi Omega is the sweepstakes winner with their "The Goddess F oresces V ictoryf'
Alpha Delta Pi captured second place with their
"Run 'Em Down Lobos."
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Kappa Kappa Gamma won third place with their Drive Em Batty
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tempted to establish the tradition of last year's sweepstakes winner building a float for the
ln the merfs division, Kappa Alpha took first
Homecoming Queen and the Queeifs Court.
lace with Sigma Alpha Epsilon won second place with its Gay
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Cammaj-first placeg Aleta Thomson fAlpha Chi Omegaj and Bob Norton frepresenting Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau
Kappa Alpha, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Delta Sigma Phij-second place.
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
Alpha Chi Omega, undcr the direction of Coral Iohnson, sing their way to victory.
Sigma Chi, for the fourth year in a row, and Alpha Chi Omega sang their way to first
place standings in the Song Fest held in December annually sponsored by the Iunior
Consolation trophies went to Kappa Kappa Gamma and Phi Delta Theta.
Sigma Chi with Mart Servis directing Wins again
Hanging nf ine Greens
'Cod rest ye merry gentlemen . . ."
To usher in the holiday season and herald the Christmas spirit, just before everyone
leaves on vacation, Mortar Board decorates the campus with holly and Christmas greens.
Three candle-light processions start at different points on campus Hnally congregating
at the President's home and then going directly to the SUB for more carols and some
coffee and donuts. l
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Varsity Girl, Indy Ervin: Charlotte Stevens, attendant: Barbara Murphy, attendant.
"Letterman of tlie year" in all divi-
sions of major college sports were
named at the dance.
Ianies Cramer was naniecl tlie ont-
stancling wrestler, Ron Callcins ont-
stanfling swimmer, and Wfenclell
Nielsen outstanding golfer. Baseball
honors went to Carter lWatl1ies.
Iiinmy luarez was named outstand-
ing football player, and Sato Lee tool:
honors for traclc.
Bruce Vffilson was nainecl ont-
stancling basketball player and Paul
Butt outstanding tennis nian. Tlie
awards were made for the most recent
complete season in eacli sports area.
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Three lcings were chosen at the annual AWS King of
Hearts Dance given in February. In previous years a king
and a jack ot hearts were honored. Could the choosing of
three kings be a testimonial on the proverbial Hcldeness ot
women . . .
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Engineers propagate the traclitionzrl feud
between the Loiao and the College of Y we V
Something is missing . . . Could it be that the Blarney stone is Z1 substi-
tute for the original that has never been recovered from the Lolao staff?
Engineers and dates eagerly awaiting the crowning
of their queen.
Hopefuls for the title of royalty. Earl Powell being honored as the 1956 Engineers' Queen.
A Senior's Dream," Pi Beta Phi's entry, captures second place.
Alpha Chi Omega presents "Louisiana I-layridef'
Chi Omega taught us how to beat
the heat in their skit entitled
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority charms the judges and audi-
ence with its "Seven Lively Daughters of Seven Deadly
Sins" to win first place in the won1en's division.
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The colorful Sigma Chi skit, 'The
Reincarnation of Yuma Saki," once
' . if again wins first place for the fraternity.
The Kappa Alpha's claim they "owe their soul to the Dean of Men" in their skit entitled "Early
Morning in the SUB" which won them second place.
Kappa Sigma's "Bums and Babes" wins for them an honorable mention.
Tau Kappa Epsilon shows nota-
ble character sketches in their "A
Spanish Street Scene." 1
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KATHY MCFARLAND BETSY PIERCE
Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon
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BARBARA BARNARD 1 SON IA LOVALD
Sigma Chi Tau Kappa Epsilon
Wim is' Whzf
Albuquerque EDITH BRATTON
Sigma Chi ' 52-' 56 Treas. Albuquerque BYRON CNI-ON
Vlgllantes' 'I NSS' SPUYS 'S3"S4 Alamogordo, New Mexico
Kappa Mu Epsdfm' Preis' Morfaf Board, 55356 Student Council ' -"6
Institute of Radro'Eng1neers, Pres. Pre-med Club '52,-S6 Vanity BqqkCtbau5i -3,56
?9l5i1l2aTa3,l5li?tOrmn Fred' 541155, Freshman BasketlJallS52-'55
Studenlglgemte, -, PIU Slgmfl 53' 56 , , , XVardroom Society '52-'56
O , 53 55 , v Sec y. 54- 555 Vlce-pres. 55- 56 Kappa Kappa psi -55
utstanding Freshman Engineering Award Student Standards '54355 Univerqit Mmchm Band , 2-, 6
AH Force Assoclatlon Xvomelfys Recreational Council ,53'Y5-l Univeraitz Concert amid '55-'5g
SUB Dlfectofafe 514' 55 Symphonic XVincl Ensemble '54-'56
, lcllefsoll Club 54' 56 I Khatali '55-'56
Outstanding S9PhQm0fC V Oman Athletic Advisory Committee
3 'fm' Freshman Advlscf 54' 56 Student Body 'l'reas. '55-'56
Lorso Editor '55-'56
Lorao Managing Editor '54-' 5 5
Lorao Night Editor '54
Mnmcn Sports Editor '53-'54
Rodey Cllildrerfs Theater QRed Riding Hoodl '52
Campus Improvement Committee '54-'55
NROTC VVardroom Society '52-'53
Sigma Delta Chi '54-'56
Treas. '55-'56g Sec'y. '54-'55.
Phi Delta Theta '52-'56
Vigilantes, Pres. '53-'54
Ir. Khatali '54-'55
Khatali, Vice-pres. '55-'56
XVardroom Society '52356
Bd. of Directors '54
Student Council '55-'56
NROTC Battalion Supply Officer
Fiesta Committee '54-' 55
St. joseph, Missouri
Student Standards Committee '55-'56
NROTC VVardroo1n Society
Bd. of Directors '55-'56
American Society of Civil Engineers
Intramural Council '54-' 56
Who is Wim
Kappa Kappa Gamma
XVatcrloos '52-'56g Sec.-Trcas. '53-'54g Pres. '54-
N. M. Assn. of llcalth, P.E. Rcereationg See. '54-
Spurs '53-'54g Mortar Board '55-'56
NVomen's Recreational Council '53-'54
United Student Christian liellowsliip, Cabinet
P.E. Mayors and Minors
Pi Lambda 'l'heta '54-'56
Lake Forest, Illinois
Kappa Alpha Order, President
Pi 'l"au Sigma, Treasurer
Sigma Tau, Reporter
Kappa Mn Epsilong ASME
Khatalig Arnold Air Society, V ice-pres.
Air Force Assn.g Military Affairs Council, Chair-
Intcrfratcrnity Council Phi Kappa Phi
ll TONA DABBS
IOHN COX Albuquerque
Philosophy Club '52-'56g Pres. '53-'54
Humanist Society '54-'56
Lctterman's Club '53-'56
Athletic Committee '55-'56
Spurs '53-'54g Mortar Board treasurer
Student Court '54-'56
Associated VVomen's Students '54-'55
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Roll '51-'53
United Student Christian Fellowship '52-'ggg
Chi Omega '52-'56g Vice-pres. '54-'ggg pledge
Phi Gamma Nu '52,-'56g Vice-pres. '54-'ggg Pres.
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KEN DRIXKE Albuquerque
Lug Cruces Student Body President
fl K 11-. - T Vice-pres, of Innior Class
4355 Secretary of.Kappa Alpha Qrder ,
Student Senate '54-'56, Steering Committee kltelgiiggrgglty 321111511 Vlcvlgesldent
Chairman C5356 X ir I na. n omman er
Newman Chili Executive Committee '53-'55 Arnold Alf Society
Mmacn Business Manager '55-'56 Student Union Board
Campus Improvement Committee '55-'56
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pres. '55-'56
Who is' Who
CORAL IOHNSON ,
Alpha Chi OmCg21,'524'56 5 l Mountainair, New Mexico MICHAEL KELEIYIER
S- Sorlgixlfelldelr, XX arden, Second V ice-pres. Alpha Delta pi 154356 Albuquerque
lgma, Pm, O53 , , , , , Social Chairman, Executive Board lrreslmmn Basketball
M865 YB 535545 YEGPICS' 54' 559 Pres' 55- 56 Sigma MPM Iota '55'Y56 Vice-pres. Sophomore Class
S or ,flat 55' 5 Pj Lalllbda Tllfff? ,55j'56 Student Senate '55-'55
Puts 59 54 , , rl heta Srgma Phi '55- 56 NROTC
Colfccft Chofus 54155 . NVorld University Service Chairman '54-'55 Ncwmqn Club
United Student Cl1I'1St12lll Fellowship LOB0 Columnist fsdlgss Sigma bm PIU ,S
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Mortar Board, V1Ce'Pfe5- 55' 56 Student Publications Board '54-'56
Mademoiselle College Board ' 54-' 55
Vice-pres,, Senior Class
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Alamogordo, New Mexico
St d tc ll FLORA MAESTAS
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Kappa Mu Epsilon ' 55-' 56 FEET? a CW umm GAV1 E MANQOLD
Basketball ,SZ-156 S3 Q iscl ,M ,H t S 7 ,M Y . P Northfield, Ilhnors
Track '52-'56 ,STE6 mm' 7" 73' ec y' 57' 54' rcs' Bandelier House Council '53
Atll t'e Ad "so Co rttee ' A K, ,, , Senate '53, '55
Oulsiahdingifrgck Aillleie '54 glh312arEl?l??5?5 ll' 7 5' 56 Newman Club '52-'56
Lettermarfs Club '52-'56 Pill gamma Nfl? 5+ illlljg 3-'54, , 6
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Ford Scholarship '5z- 56
Who is' Why
W, , ALICE SMITH MINOR
1x,IIKE NICNEVIN Eunice, NCXV Mexico
Canal Zone President of AXV S '55
Senior Class President '56 glortar Bofffd
Sigma Chi 'gn-'56 PMS .
Klmtali 159,56-lures. 156 Campus Improvement Committee
Vigilantc -S3 Student Unron Board
NROTC Battalion Executive Officer '56 Phi Gamma Nu .
IFC-Secretary ,SS AAIJVV Scholarship
NRo'1'c Summa C0-grim 'gg glLQ?1j5?ifFCS' gf Pjedgc Class
Student Affairs Committee '53 ' 'L ' Qarc Img 911
TERESA CUMMINS MOULDS
Alpha Chi Omega-Treas., Pres.
Phi Gamma Nu-Sec'y.-Treas.
VVomen's Recreational Council-Treas., Sec'y.
Pi Lambda Theta
l W7 GARY NOSS Albuquerque
ABBEY NIXQN Eunice, New Mexico Khatali . 7 Y
Raton, New Mexico Phi Alpha Theta 15935213 rgdgrgxllgigrqzs 5 56
Chi 0mCga-prcS., llush Clmirmzm Ilomeeoming Committee Chairman 1 39 I HT 7 ' ' , .
Student Council ,SS-,56 Cultural Coqmnttcc - 3n1Elf:r1e?rESoeEegl oi Mephameal, Egngmeers
Mortar Board Adviser Inter-Fraternity Counerl-See'y., Pres. ,U en our 216 IHS 106 59' 5, ,
AVVS-Sccy '54 Associated Party Chairman A Sigma A1Pha Elmlon-V1CC'PreS' 54' 55
Phi Delta 'l"heta Dream Girl '53 AFROVC-Ed1f0f of E1 Collclmsfadof '53'y54
Chorus U.N.M. Chorus
RallyCom Sigma Chi-Corres. Sce'y., Rec. Sec'y.
Young Republicans' Club
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Alpha Chi Omega-Sec'y., Rush Chm,,
Panhellcnic Council ' 52-' 5 5
Student Council '55-'56
Student Senate '52-'53
U.S.C.F. Cabinet Member 'SBJS4
Associated Party '54-'56
Mortar Board Adviser
Homecoming Committee '55
ENGLE SOUT HARD
Clovis, New Mexico
Football, Basketball ' 5 1-' 55
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Iunior Class President
Assistant Freshman Football Coach '55
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Delta Delta Delta-Cortes. Sec'y.
TRIDENT Editor, Scholar. Chm.
1955 Fiesta Queen Attendant
Homecoming Co-Chairman '55
Student Senate '55-'56
Delta Delta Delta Scholarship '54
Hatch, New Mexico
Dorm D-Pres. ' 54-'5 5
Rose of Delta Sig '54-'5 5
Outstanding Ir. Women '54-'55
Student Council-Sec'y. '54-'55
Student Union Directorate '55
Phi Gamma Nu '55
Commerce Council '55-'56
Student Publications Board '55-'56
Homecoming Attendant '54-'55
Whzf ' Who
Santa Rosa, New Mexico
Sigma Chi-Rush, music, Social Chm., Vice-pres.
U.N.M. Marching Band, U.N.M. Chorus
King of Hearts
Homecoming Parade Co-Chairman
P.E, Majors and Minors Club
Las Vegas, Nevada
Pi Beta Phi-Vice-pres., Social and Rush Chm.
Cosmopolitan Club-Social Chm.
Student Standards Committee
Iunior Class Sec'y.-Trcas
Phi Alpha 'l"l1eta
Pi Lambda Theta Award '55
Wim is' Wim
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Pi Tan Sigma
Student Branch of the
Phi Kappa Phi
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Arnold Air Society
Student Council '54-'56
Panhellenie Council '53-'56
Associated Women's Council '55-
Mortar Board '55-'56
Outstanding Freshman NVoman
Rodcy Theatre '52-'56
Modern Dance NVorkshop '54-'56
Scc'y.-Treas. Sophomore Class
Student Senate '52-'54
Kappa Alpha Theta lay Van Soe
Kappa Alpha Theta '52-'56
Rush Chairman '5g356
WAYNE TUC KER
Texico, New Mexico
Varsity football '52-'56
Varsity track '51-'56
Vieepres. Lettermarfs Club '55-'56
Coral johnson and Bob Chattcn exchange pleasantries with Attorney Will Keleher and Board of Regents member
Finlay MacGillivray at a tea sponsored by the Alumni Association in honor of newly elected Wl1o's VVl1o members
ROBERT K. EVANS
Associate Professor of Business Administration
Graduate Assistant in History
Associate Professor of Education
'II have seen a thousand fiices, all the rest are lost, like
blades of grass that crowd upon a sodg And, ofa thousand
passed, these I remember best-The quiet faces,
brushed hy the waiting hands of God."
Professor Emeritus of Modern Languages
UNIVERSITY OE NEW MEXICO
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW Mnxreo
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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVV MEXICO offers thorough training for elementary
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through our resources a11d facilities, including evening classes.
For further information, address
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Adkisson, Ierry, 69, 162
Adler, Vvillllllll, 69, IQI
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Ainsworth, Co1111ie, 69, 163, 177
Aki11,Bcr11a Lee, 43, IOS, 151
Aki11, Ronald, 43
Albert, Mildred, 40, 204
Alberts, Do11, 1 1 7, 1 28
Alder111a11, Patricia, 43, 166
Aleschin, Tatiana, 79
Alexander, Carol, 43, 174, 201
Alexander, Co1111ie, 160
Alexander, Elonise, 79, 1 22, 165
Alexa11der, Robert, 69, 1 33, 193
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Allen, Iohn, 43
Allen, Ma11ley, 237
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All11ot, Nancy, 69, 176, 177
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Donald B., 69
Ambrose, Ion, 43
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Aragon, joseph M., 79, 135, 1 36
Aragon, Lucille, 79, 1 25, 204
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Arehnnde, L., 136
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Arellano, Moises, 43
Arita, Hiroyuki, 96, 125
Armbruster, Ervin, 1 14
Arniiio, Lou, 105, 129
Armstrong, Icssc, 1 14
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Atkinson, Iamcs, 43
Atkir1so11, VVillian1, 69
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Aualos, Rebecca, 1 27
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Avara, E. M., 43, 151, 1 S2
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Baca, Carlos, 232
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Baca, Michael A., 79, 148
Baca, Pauline, 43, 201
Baca, Robert, 43
Baca, Robert P., SQ
Badsgrad, XVayne A., 1 15
Bact, Iay, 69, 1 14
Bail, E. B., 1 18
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Baker, Elizabeth, 43, 202
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Ball, Norman, 59, 233
Ball, Richard O., 79, 193
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Barncastle, LeRoy, 59
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Barndek, D. C., 136
Barnes, Iohn, 39, 59, 186, 187
Barney, Bob, 237
Barney, Dave, 2.37
Barnett, Martin E., 69, 197
Barnhart, Roger, 69, 191
Barnhisel, Indy, 69, 160, 170
Barr, Martha, 127
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Barrett, Iohn, 43
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Barrett, Rosemary, 79, 1 14
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Burrow, D. S., 136
Bursey, Bob, 59, 138, 219, 235, 236
Burt, 'l"llO1l12lS, 44
Burton, Frances, 1 1 8
Burwinkle, loc, 70
Bnrwinkle, Iohn, 44
Bush, Marie, 44
BllSl1, Vaughn, 70, 185
Bustamante, Daniel, 44
Butler, Doris, 44
Butler, Marcia, 44, 166
Butler, Marilyn, 59, 165
Butt, lane, 202
Butt, Paul, 255
Butterbangh, Bill, 114, 148
Buzard, Barbara, 1 12, 159, 2.01
Byers, Charles, 44
Byrd, Madelon, 44, 151, 172, 2
Cadd, Ed111u11d, 1 25
Cai11, Evelyn, 80, 155
Cai11ski, Raymond, 1 15
Caldero11, V ietor, 44
Calderone, R. P., 138
Calkins, Barbara, 70
Calkins, Iohn T., 70
Calkins, Ron, 37, 96, 232, 255
Callahan, Carolyn, 176, 201
Camaeho, Dick, 36, 80, 195
Cameron, Mark, 13.4, 135, 137
Camp, Kathryn, 202
Ca111pbell, Alan, 59, 181
Campbell, Robert, 1 1 3
Ca111pbell, lock, 44
Campbell, Lu, 70, 1 22, 151, 167
Can1pbell, Ray, 44
Campos, Eloy, 70
Cannon, lack, 44
Canno11, Micl1acl, 44
Capels, Willian1, 44
Carlberg, Ianille, 44, 172.
Carleton, Owen, 4 5
Carlso11, Charles P., 80, 187
Carlson, XVillian1, 45
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Carnahan, lack V., 80, 98, 192, 193
Carpenter, Sally, 59, 104, 108, 176,
Carroll, Ray, 96, 1 32
Carter, Peggy, 81
Cartlidge, Nancy, 100, 176
Casados, Iaines, 45
Castillo, Mel, 60, 138, 1.40
Castillo, Philip, 45
Castle, loann, 45
Cata, Do11, 182.
Cataeosinos, Paul A., 81
Caten, D. L., 1 38
Cates, Charles YV., 81, 1 34, 135
141, 192, 193
Caton, Byron, 81, 98, 221, 274
Caton, Dale, 228
Caton, Lewis, 45
Cato11, S. B., 132
Caudle, Harvey, 70
Cawlfield, L., 137
Cecil, Robert, 96
Cella, To11i, 100, 149, 176
Cerza, Ricl1ard, 45, 136
Cha111as, Sonny, 60, 192
Cl1a11don, Howard, 1 15
Chant, George, 45, 190
Chapple, Ricl1ard, 1 S1
Cl1ase, Kay, 45
Chastain, VVallace, 60, 192
Chatten, Robert L., 81, 102, 103
1051 129f 274' 379
Chavez, Ben11y, 45
Chavez, Consuelo, 70
Chavez, David, 60, 195
Chavez, Edward G., 45, 136
Chavez, Edward R., 45, 1 S1
Chavez, G., 136
Cl1avez, Pablo, 1 16
Chavez, Robert, 70, 1 S1
Cheek, Bill, 118
Cl1eek, Iohn, 1 1 6
Cheong, Heng Yue fPaull, 60
Cheshire, Robert, 70
Chicado, Claudette, 40, 4 5, 1 1 2
1 51, 172, 201
Cl1in1oskey, lohn, 45, 192
Chishohn, lohn, 70, 192, 193
Chreist, Fred, 126, 156
Christ, Bob, 192
Christensen, Dorothy, 4 5, 168
Christenson, Mona May, 81, 199
Christian, VVinston, 60, 148, 151
Christopher, ludy, 60, 172, 173
Christinan, Dick, 1 2 1
Chun1ley, Sylvester G., 34, 81, 98
132, 186, 187, 274
Cimino, Ian, 1 8 1
Clark, Mary Ann, 60, 1 22, 175
Clarke, Iulia, 1 28
Claussen, Carol, 170
Clauve, Io Ann, 37, 40, 70, 105, 122,
166, 1 67
Clauve, Kay, 35, 45, IOS, 166, 201
Clegg, Ben, 101, 190, 191
Clegg, Thomas, 60
Clouthier, Bo, 209
Coburn, Laura, 81, 1 28
Cochran, Thon1as, 60, 1 8 5
Cochrane, Dana, 60
Cochrane, Kenneth, 60
Cohen, Ben David, 60, 137
Cockran, T. C., 138
Colburn, Laura lean, 203
Colc,lCarole, 60, 1 1 2, 167
Cole,,Nancy, 60, 199
Colc,lRichard C., 81, 1 1 1
Coll, Jean, 35, 40, 70, 126, 177
Collins, lean, 60, 100, 171
Collins, loc, 1 2 1
Collins, Laura, 127
Collis, Don, 1 15
Colozzi, I., 137, 140
Co111acl1o, D., 132
Comfort, George, 45
COI163 Fred I., 81, 118, 119, 132
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Cone, Nancy, 81, 99, 112, 174,, 175
Coniiu, Robert, 45, 151
Constan, Kerry, 81, 187
Contreras, L. M., 136
Conwell, William, 45
Cook, Buddy, 81
Cook, Carolyn, 202
Cook, Doria D., 81
Cool-2, Joe Don, 37, 81, 135, 136
Cook, Io Ann, 203
Cook, Margaret, 1 27
Cook, Sara Louise, 1 27
COOll,IOl'll1 E., 135
Coonfield, Donald, 70
Cooper, Arlin, 70, 98, 1 15, 1 17, 1 IQ
123, IQO, 191, 239
Cooper, Carol, 1 12, 1 16
Cooper, Donna Lee, 1 22, 155
Cooper, lerry Lee, 201
Cooper, Iohn, 70, 155
Cooper, Kenneth, 45
Cooper, Mary, 45, 108, 109, 159
Cooper, Roland, 96
Cooper, Theodora, 127
Cooper, XVillian1 T., 81, 107
Coorg, Margaret, 1 69
Copeland, Ierry, 60, 233
Corbett, XV alter, 70, 114
Cordell, Liu, 38, 70, 183
Cordova, Ernest, 45, 1 37
Cordova, Ioseph, 45, 151
Cordova, Iohn, 45
Corley, Paul, 45
Corley, Vel, 218
Corn, Louise, 240
Corn, Marlene, 35, 1 1 2
Corrougl1, Elizabeth, 60, 174, 175
Costales, Adalberto, 60
Costales, Euuna Lou, 127
Cot, Sara, 202
Cotten, Ronald, 70
Conpland, Orlen, 1 1 1, 235, 236
Courtney, Ro11, 229, 230
Coury, Margaret, 60
Cousins, Marian, 45, 201
Cousland, Mary Ethel, 1 27
Cowan, Raymond, 60, 189
Cowdrey, Robert, 45
Cox, Bill, IQZ
Cox, Edward, 35, 1 16, 1 18, 1 Z3
Cox, Iohn F., 38, 81, 209, 275
Cox, Marilyn, 45, 1 13, 201
Cox, Sara, 45,113, 151
Cramer, Ianies, 70, 111, 116,
191, 229, 230, 255
Cramer, Ray, 120, 192
Crane, Bill, 60
Crawford, Bobbette, 45, 108, 168,
Crawford, Curtis, 45, 136
Crawford, Dale L., 81, 135, 138, 1
Crawford, Gary, 70
Crawford, Hap, 1 1 2, 184, 268
Crawford, Lloyd, 70
Crawford, Margaret, 45
Crist, Robert, 70, 111, 116, 193
Crook, Donna, 81, 1 12, 177
Crook, Gene, 60
Crook, Max, 45, 184, 185
Crook, Sally, 70, 1 55
Crow, Al, 1 14
Crow, Iames P., 81, 105, 184
Croy, Ianice, 203
Crum mett, Pl1il, 1 S1
Cullcy, 70, 170, 171
Cununings, Co11nie, 81, 1 26, 204
Cun1n1ins, Teresa, 81, 99, 126,
Cuniiiinghani, Pete, 60, 193
Curd, Iames, 60, 193
Currie, Bill, 45
Curtis, Bertha, 203
Curtis, Sara, 81, 177
Curtiss, Philip F., 81, 1 15
Cyr, Philip, 60, 1 14, 197
Dabbs, Tona, 36, 82, 99, 121,
Dague, Leonard, 70, 1 15, 1 IQ
Dahlquist, Ierry, 133, 192, 268
d'Albertis, Pete, 121
1D'Al1ll2IlIlC, Charlotte, 104, 1 12, ZO1
D'Arcy, Anthony, 60, 231
Dardenne, Buzzy G., 82
Darinitzel, Bob, 114, 233
Darnell, Verda, 40, 45, 201
Da Vanzo, Iohn, 128
Davidson, llarry M., 82, 112, 117,
132, 182, 183
Davis, Charlotte, 70, 175
Davis, Clark, 70
Davis, Donald L., 82, 155
Davis, Karen, 1 12, 174
Davis, Louise, 45, 1 25, 151
Davis, Monte Lee, 1 27
Davis, Pat, 45
Davis, Steve, 239
Davis, VVinifred, 82, 112, 170, 171
Dawson, E1ll1llCtt B., 82, 197
Day, lane, 70, 151, 199, 248
Dearholt, Don, 205
Dcaton, Mrs. Blanche, 187
DeBolt,Ia1nes, 82, 135, 192, 193
Decker, Ioanie, 45, 133, 174, 246
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Dccter, Marshall, 45, 1 S2
De Gregori, 'l'01n, 60
Dclao, Valcnti11o, 60, 125, 136
Del Llano, Manuel A., 82, 134, 135
Del Vento, Ann, 1 1 2, 204
Dcuunan, johnny, 2 1 8
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Dennis, Albert, 70, 1 16, 1 19, 184
Dencne, Robert, 1 18, 1 IQ
Denton, Leila, 45
Detchmer, Mrs. Margaret, 177
DeVargas, Do11ald P., 82, 190
Dew, Nancy Ann, 60, 171
Dickinson, Dorothy, 35, 40, 70, 121
1 26, 1 68, 1 69
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Dickinson, Xvilliillll, 35, 60, 101,
Dicks, Richard, 45
Dickson, Eleanor, 45
Dierman, Robert, 70, 148, 196
Dietrich, WVarren, 42, 108, 136, 186
Dill, lim, 45, 190
Dineen, Robert, 70
Ditt111er, Lois, 127
Dixcn, E. NV., 138
Dobrusky, joseph T., 82
Dobson, Edward, 60, 137, 193
Doherty, Margaret, 82, 126, 167
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Dorris, Paul, 45, 136
Doty, Patricia, 45, 205
Doughdrill, Chuck, 186
Doughty, R., 101, 140
Douglas, Enid, 70, 205
Douglass, Ralph, 1 26
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Drcger, Gary, 46
Driggers, David, 46
Dryer, Ioe, 46
Dueoft, VValter, 82
Dudding, Lloyd, 46, 138
Duenkel, Barbara, 55, 71, 149, 151
Duff, Iohn A., 82, 1 16, 132, 185
Duflie, Kyle, 60
Duffy, 'l'erenee, 46, 1 56
Duforn, Duanne, 164
Dagger, Donald, 46
Dunn, Katie, 46, 1 1 2, 174, 201
Dtlllnillg, Li11da, 46, 155
Duphorne, DuAnn, 46
Duple11tis, Claudette, 174
Duran, Aaron, 46, 136
Dura11, Esmiel, 60, 1Q1
Duran, Mary Alice, 158
Durant, laines, 71, 1 15, 185
Durham, Hobart N., 82
Durrett, Iames, 7 1, 195
Durrett, Leo110ra, 176, 246
Dwyer, Burton, 1 1 8
Dye, Don, 60, 151
Dyer, Iarnes, 46, 1 84
Dyer, Milton, 46, 136
Eagen, Iohn D., 82, 128
Eaker, Charlene, 71, 202
Eanes, Robert, 46
Eariekson, Elizabeth, 71, 205
Earl, Norma Luc, 1 1 5
Earp, Kenneth R., 85
Easley, Anna, 46, 108, 122, 201
Easterling, Cornelia Magee, 71, 175,
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Easterling, Ross, 96
Eaton, Aliee, 204
Eckhouse, Sl1errill, 71, 157, 204
EC0llO11liClCS,IlIT1, 71, 111, 191, 257,
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Eden, Charlie, 46
Edwards, Tliornas, 46
El1rsa111, Hei11z, 46, 1 25
Eiehert, Bill Scott, 85, 1 11, 1 18, 1 52,
Eitzm, Harold, 60, 189
Elarn, Howard, 46
Elder, Iohn, 60, 101
Ellingson, Fred, 46, 156
Ellis, Margaret E., 85, 199
Ellis, Paul, 1 15
Elms, Keith, 46
Elsbroek, Tim, 71, 124, 191
Elser, Grace, 1 22
Elwell, Bill, 136
Ennnert, Dave, 60, 101, 186, 187
Endres, Hugh, 46
Endres, Marjorie, 60, 100, 108, 159
Engle, Io Ellen, 60, 1 15, 205
English, Frank C., 85, 135, 1 56, 195
Ensininger, Torksey, 60, 1 22
Ervin, Indy, 46, 1 12, 176, 240, 255
Esenwcin, Beverly, 71
Esenwein, Carl Larsen, 85
Espana, Ernie, 188
Espinoza, Patricia, 60, 1 22, 129, :05
Estes, Ezra Leroy, 60
Estrada, Estevan, 60
Enbank, XVayne, 1 26
Evans, Bo1111ie, 170, 202
Evans, Carolyn, 46, 176
Evans, Mrs. Marnie, 194
Evatt, Ian, 71, 126, 169
Everett, Indy, 46, 176, 201
Fabian, Carolyn, 61, 126, 158, 166,
Fackrell, Ahnon, 46
Fairchild, Terence, 1 51
Faireloth, Sue, 205
Faire, Harold, 61
Fanning, Patrieia, 61, 108, 169
Farber, Karen, 46, 202
Faris, Iarnes, 61
Farley, Sl1iela, IOS
Farrar, lim, 46
Farris, Iames, 148
Fasone, Pete, 156, 257
Faw, David, 105
Fazendin, Ieri, 149
Fedric, Don, 108, 156, 186
Fee, Barbara, 85, 167, 272
Feldman, Marty, 21 1, 215
Fellabaurn, Robert, 71, 1 14, 162
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Ferguson, Leonard, 71, 155
Fernandez, Manuel, 61
Ferreri, Ioseph R., 85, 1 16, 1 18, 1 IQ
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Fewell, Inn, 46
Fiehener, lim, 155
Fields, Ehno, 46
Figge, Roger, 71, Z3Q
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Fi11k, Bunny, 1 S1
Fink, Bob, 257
Finney, Ioseph, 96
Finuf, Larry, 46, 252
Fisher, Betty, 71, 104
Fisher, Diana, 46, 104, 151, 201
Fisher, Dick, 216
Fiske, Bernice, 61, 149
Fitzgerald, Rhoda, 85, 127
Fitzgibbons, Ierry, 61
Fleck, Ierene, 61, 177
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Flenling, S. II., 136
Flint, Frank Il., 85, 187
Flippin, Rosetta, 71, 175
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Flores, Isaae, 46
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Franchini, Don, 237, 238
Franchini, Gene, 71, 120, 188
Francis, Harold, 71
Frank, Irwin, 83, 1 19, 1 S7
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Frant, Neil, 157
Frcderich, Barbara, 71, 198, 199
Frederic, Don, 42, 186
Freeman, Iol111, 1 23
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Fries, Larry, 61, 1 37, 193
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Fritz, Barie, 61, 184, 185
Fritz, Al, 1 24
Frock, Charles E., 83
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Frost, Ieffrey, 46
Frost, Mary, 46
Fry, VVilliam, 46, 151
Fryer, Roger, 71, 1 12, 193
Fuchs, Frances, 46
Fuller, Kay, 71, 166
F11lto11, Hester, 151, 201
Fulton, Hugh, 182, 183
Fulton. 'l 'o111, 71
Furr, Ia111es, 46, 193
Futrell, Carroll, 61, 152
Futrell, Colvin R., 83
Gaituey, Richard, 61, 125, 156, 182,
Gaines, Ann, 47, 164, 201
Gallaher, Dale, 47, 188
Galle os Dolores 202
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Gallegos, Magclaleila, 47, 201
Gallegos, 'l'eri, 47
Galles, Lee, 1 84
Galloway Ruth 83 15'
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Garcia, Maria, 61, 125
Garcia, Maria, 47
Garcia, Melba, 47, 1 25
Garcia, Pete, 61
Garcia Ricl1ard,47, 136
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Gares, Wayne, 209, 214, 237
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Garrett, Gcraldyne, 47
Garrod, Robert, 47
Gasaway, Iim, 237
Gaskill, Sonny, 61, 182
Gates, Charles, 98
Gatti, Roberta, 38, 168
Gault, Robert, 1 17
Gaunt, Cyntl1ia, 47, 151, 1 55
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Gee, Dick, 71, 124
Gee, Sam, 71, 124
Gel1ri11ger, Louise, 61
Geisler, Bob, 151
Gelt, Pl1il, 1 15, 1 19
Gensemer, Pl1il, 1 14
Gentry, Dick, 47
Gentry, Frank, 1 23
Gentry, Nancy, 35, 58, 61, 10
108, 109, 110, 203
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George, Bill, 61, 138, 196
George, Richard, 123
Gerding, Clarilo11, 61, 164
Gere, Gail, 47
Gerety, NVilliam, 47
Ghattas, Robert, 71, 125
Gholson, Neil, 61, 197
Gibbons, Iames, 71
Gibson, Darryl, 47, 1 36
Goehring, Bob, 190
Goetzman, Dick, 35, 121, 190
Golden, Pete, 181
Golden, G. R., 1 38
Goldfarb, Lynn, 203
Gomez, Richard, 71
Gonzales, Charles, 47
Gonzales, Don Torres, 84, 1 16, 1 35
Gonzales, H. C., 152
Gonzales, Ioe, 47, 136
Gonzales, Larry, 84, 1 S1
Gonzales, Luis, 47, 1 1 1
Gonzales, Ramon, 71
Goodell, Leonard, 71, 189
Goodier, Beth, 47, 201
Goodwin, Myrl, 47, 228
Gordanicr, Sibyl, 151
Gordon, Tom, 47
Gore, Alice, 71, 165
Gore William 61 189 7
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Gormley, Vincent, 33, 34, 84, 135,
136, 141, 182, 183, 275
Gorry, Dorothy, 84, 199
Gorsline, Don Lee, 101
Gorsuch, Iolm, 151
Gosnell, Wayne, 47, 218, 219
Gossett, Barbara, 61, 203
Goucher, Iudy, 47
Gougl1, Mary, 47
Gough, Pat, 1 1 3, 1 Z2
Grace, Cl1arles, 128
Grady, Gail, 71
Gustavo, 1 2 5
Gutierrez, Kenneth, 48
Gutierrez, Marcella, 72, 1 22
Gutierrez, Selso, 48
Gutierrez, Thomas, 1 32
Guzzo, V ietor, 84
Gibson, Esther, 35, 61, 100, 105
Gll7SOll, Ken, 71
Gibson, Raymond, 47
Gilbert, Clifford, 1 16
Gilbert, Mary Iean, 84, 173
Gillespie, Indy, 132
Gilliard, Charles, 182
Gilliard, Patti, 35, 47, 108, 109, 170
Gillit, Harold Ge11e, 84, 117, 119
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Giorni, Co1111ic, 84, 164, 165, 248
Glacse, 1 26
Glascoek, Robert, 84, 1 15, 119, 190,
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, VVilliarr1, 47
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Grandlund, Paul, 47
Grassl1an1, Rita, 47
Graves, Ioyee, 47
Graves, Leonard, 61
Gray, A1111a, 61, 171
Gray, A11tho11y, 218, 2 19, 2 36
Grav, Ianet Sue, 35,
Gray, Leah, 47, 170, 201
Gray, Robert F., 84
Gray, Roger N., 1 19
Gray, Salll, 47, 188
Gray, Thomas, 47
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Grev, Louise, 202
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Griego, Henry, 47
Griego, Louis F., 61
Rosina, 47, 202
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Hackard, Den11is, 48
Hackney, Marilyn, 48, 159,
Hal1n, Herbert, 48, 1 33, 186
Hallll, Iohn, 48
Haines, Sarah, 164
Hakes, Glen, 215
Hale, Einbree, 61, 159, 160
Hale, Frank, 184
Haley, Iudy, 84, 204
Hall, Curtis, 96
Hall, Ioseph, 61
Hamilton, Michael, 48, 221, 224
Hammack, Laurens, 61, 101, 136
Ha111n1ock, Birnie, 96
Han1pton, Daniel Iames, 6
Hampton, Gus, 2 15, 2 IQ
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Hancock, Edwin, 48, 181
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Haney, Vincent, 108
Hanen, Ada, 84, 168, 169
Hanna, Robert, 35, 48, 1 S1
Hanosh, Arlene, 61, 167
Hanosh, George, 48, 184
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Hansen, Cl1arles, 84
Hansen, Diane, 48
Ha11se11, Genevieve, 61
Hansen, Muriel, 72, 171
Hansen, Rolf, 159
Hanson, N. A., 137
Hanson, Sonia, 72, 112, 177
Hapes, Glenda, 203
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Hariield, B. G., 136
Harlow, Sylvia, 48
Harmes, Keith, 48
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Glen, Suc, 71, 174
Gloss, Pat, 71, 199
Glovctski, Ron, 215, 219, 237
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Miller, Donald G.. 88
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Miller, Ioyce, 63, 203
Miller, Kenneth, 63
Miller, Neil, 51
Miller, Robert, 51
Miller, Sue, 151, 201
Miller, XVillia111, S1
Milling, Iames, 96
Mills, Innc, 74, 1 12, 175
Mills, Mary, 51, 122, 125 164
Mills, Sheila, 88, 159, 165
Milner, Ioan, 51, 201
Minces, Indy, 1 1 2, 176, 202
Minces, Nancy, 74, 177
Miner, Alice Smith, 37, 40, 88, 99,
168, 169, 277
Miner, Iohn, 51, 195
Mi11er, Leroy E., 88, 191
Mitchell, Diana, 35, 63, 159, 203
Mitchell, lean, S1
Mitchell, Leith, 74, 189
Mittler, Iames C., 88
Modrall, Gordon, 74, 194, 231
Moffet, Allyne C., 165
Montague, Gary, S1
Montanc, M. G., 137
Montano, Aileene, Sl
Montant, M. G., 137
Monteverde, Eduardo, 51
Montgomery, Harry, S2
Montoya, Ernestine, 74, 203
Montoya, Robert H., 88
Moore, Don, 63, 113, 184
Moore, Ezra D., 137
MOOIC,IOl1U, 74, 136, 187
Moore, Lee, 52, 1 38
Moore, Mary Ethel, 1 27
Moore, Merle, 74
Moore, R. K., 1 15
Moore, Theodore, 132
Moorer, Io Anne, 74
Moraga, Robert, 52
Morales, Andy, 215, 219
Moran, Thomas M., 88
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Moreland, Alice, S2
Moreland, Bill, 63, 155
Morgan, Alice, 88, 122, 176, 177
Morgan, David, 74, 121, 183
Morgan, Miriam, 52, 202
Morgans, Katl1y, 52
Morris, Anita, 163
Morris, Chester, 188
Morris, Iames, 74
Morris, Iames, 108, 111, 190, 1Q1
Morris, Renia, 63, 167
Morris, Robert, S2
Morris, Sandra, 63, 173
Mortenson, Gail, 164
Mortensen, Gene, 188
Moskos, Harry, 63, 102
Mossman, Fred M., 88, 186, 187
Moulds, Bill I., 88, 117, 191
Moulds, Teresa Cummins, 165
Mounday, Roy, 188
Mount, Bruce, 160
Muckey, lean, 63, 198
Mueller, Ierome, 63, 1 36
Muller, Bill, 74
Mullins, Iim, 74, 107, 151
Muir, Iohn, 52
Mu11n, Richard, 63, 189
Murillo, Frank R., 88
Murphy, Barbara, 255
Murphy, Ioe, 212, 213, 214, 215,
Murphy, Peggy Lou, 74, 88, 175
Mutz, Marilyn, 63, 203
Myer, Michael, 189
Myers, Don, 216
Myers, Gene, 1 17
Myers, Paul, 63, 233
Myrick, Harry, 74
Naumer, Helmuth, 105, 1 S1
Nelsorl, Rachael, 1 1 2
Nelso11, Raymond, S2
Nelson, Robert, S2
Nelson, Ronald E., 88, 186, 187
Nelson, Wendell, 2 55
Nesbitt, Ierry, 212, 214, 215, 216
Neuber, Marilyn, 63, 151, 1 S2
Neuman, David, 107, 121
Nevin, Anna, 52, 177, 201
Newman, David S., 88, 237
Newton, George, 63
Newton, Iames D., 117, 134, 135,
139, 141, 190
Nials, lRoy, 63
Nickell, Ianet, 272
Nickell, Iudy, 88, 129
Nickell ames B 1 2
' ' .J ., 4
Nickell, William C., 88, 135, 138,
Nicks, james, 63
Nielsen, Carolyn, 36, 88, 103, 129,
Nieto, janet, S2
Nigro, Mike, 1 20
Nixon, Abbey, 34, 89, 168, 169, 277
Nixon, Iudith, 52, 166
Noland, Bill, 74, 151
Norlildet, Nancy, 52, 201
Norman, Sydney, 202
Chester, 2 35, 2 36
Norris, lack, 63, 194
Norton, Bob, 252
Noss, Gary L., 38, 89, 162,
Norwood, Holly, S2
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The Home of Hand-made Indian Iewelry-Where
the visitor can see Navaho Silversmiths create the
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phere and charm of this shop.
A complete stock of Endings and supplies for the amateur
Novaria, Richard A., 36, 89, 98,
119, 128, 190, 191, 277
Nunez, H. VV., 1 18
O'Bannon, Charles E., 89, 1 16, 1 17
O'Bannon, Daniel E., 89
O'Beirne, Karen, 89, 1 1 2
O'Dell, Kenny, 188
Odendahl, D0rotl1y, 52, 201
O'Donnell, David, 35, 52, 1371
Otero, joseph, 74, 124
Otte, Mary Ann, 64, 170
Otte, William, 64, 191
Ovcrfclt, Nancy, 89, 1 22, 169
Overmier, lack, 52
Packard, Rosemarie, 37
Page, Raymond, S2
Palmer, David E., 89
Oliver, William H., 89, 116, 118, Pancoast, Curtis, 74
1 19 Pannell, Harla11 C., 89
Olmsted, Les, 104 Pappas, William, S2
Olson, Bob, 74, 1 14 Papuyo, Cellcstino, 125
Olson, Gail, 64, 1 1 2, 175 Parga, Marsla, 1 S1
Olund, Iohn, S2 Parker, Carl, 183
Oman, Vivian, 35, 64, 122, 159, 203 Pilflief, Earl, 89, 151
Om Nath, Singha, 75, 1 25 Parker, Frank, 1 16, 135, 137
Ondelacy, Andres, 52, 1 S2 Parker, Iohn, 52
O'Neal, Deanna Rae, 166 Parker, Lynn, 64, 101, 1 1 1, 1
O'Nell,Ion, 151 132, 133, 192, 194, 235, 236
O'Niel, Beverly, 149, 151 Parker, Matthew, 52, 1 37
Orlebeke,Ioan, 64, 149 Parkes, Harry, 64
O'Rourke, Patricia, 52 Parnell, l'l- C-, 128
Orr, Beverly, 35, 64, 175 Parrack, Dwaine, 128
Orr, Harrison, 52 Parrish, Lamar, 64, 188
Orr, Iohn, 1 S1 Parslow, Ronald B., 89
Ortega, Ambrosio I., 89 Parsons, Clara, 52, 108, 174, 201
Ortega, Evangeline, 52, 201 P21rtCl1, 12110, 1 27
Ortega, Manuel, S2 Pascual, Henry, 52
Ortiz, Donald, 74 Paskincl, Martin, 64, 102, 156
Ortiz, Gilbert, S2 Patino, Ernestine M., 89
Osn1on, Chris, S2 Patino, Sylvia, 89
Ostcrmann, George, 52 Paton, Frances, 1 30, 204
Ostrower, Ruth, 157 Patterson, loc, 237
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Paulson, Dorothy, 64, 1 1 2, 151, 203 Peterson, Richard, 64
Payne, Betty Lou, 64, 160 Petrova, Martin, 1 S7
Paynter, Ronald, 52, 138 Pettit, Thomas VV., 90, 187
Pearl, Yvonne, 52, IOS, 109, 176 Pfeilier, Sally, 90, 112, 126, 167
Peck, lim, 160
Pcesak, Dave, 12.1
Pfeiffer, Sue, 64, 169
Pheistcr, Katie, 1 1 3
Pccvy, Pat, 148 Phelan, Patty, 52, 164
Peirce, Betsy, 35, 89, 176, 177, 273 Phillips, Barbara, 74, 151, 163, 165
Peirce, Sondra, 52 Phillips, Carolyn, 34, 90, 163, 164,
Peke, Margaret, 40, 64, 165 165, 278
Pena, Dennis, 1 24 Phillips, Glen, 74
Pendleton, Theodora, 203 Phillips, Iohn, 74, 191
Peudlcy, Ierry, S2
Peralta, Andy, 52
Perdine, Fred, 148
Perkins, Fred, 35, 151,
Perry, Harrietta, 52
Perry, Sumnne, 1 1 2
Pesavento, "Pony, 52
Phillips, Kyle, S2
Phillips, Ted D., 90, 151
Phyfe, Lawson, 64, 1 33, 1 84
197 Pick, Robert, 63, 1 S7
Pickens, Rolau , 74
Pickering, VVinston, 64, 107, 228
Pierce, Dick, 121
Petersen, Norman W., 89, 132, 195 Pierce, jim, 237
Peterson, Dau A., Q0 Pies, Patsy, 1 26
Peterson, David, 64, 194 Piker, Dave, 186
Pillings, Ed, 21 1
Pine, Don, 64
Pinkerton, Ginny, 52, 1 1 2, 1 1 3
Pino, Barbara, 64, 102, 103
Piper, Charlotte, 1 1 2
Pirtle, Dave, 64, 1 38
Pittard, Gertrude, 1 Z7
Placek, Frank I., Q0
Polanco, Everett, S2
Poley, Katl1erine, 151, 198
Pomeroy, Harry F., 90, 1 83
Pompeo, Carol, 202
Pompeo, Fred, 74
Pond, Ioan, 201
Pool, Diane, 90, 1 23, 1 27, 173
Poorbaugh, Iim, 1 86
Poorbaugh, Iohn, 74, 186, 187
Poorman, Mary E., 96, 151
Poop, Barbara, 64, 203
Porter, Raymond, 52, 231
Porteriield, Harold, 1 15
Postieh, 1 3 2
Potter, Carole, 90, 204
Potter, Ietty Io, 64, 203
Powell, Earl, 269
Prelo, Marcelino, Q0
Pribble, Richard, 64, 215, 216
Price, Ducky, 184
Price, Richard, 74, 151
Pride, Iacquie, 74, 163, 1 71
Pride, Muriel, 40, 90, 99, 170,
Priesnitz, Carol, 64, 203
Prinkey, Ernestine, 96
Propper, Ronald M., 90, 116,
1 32, 194
Puckett, Cordell, 64
Pullen, Barry E., 90, 1 28
Purcell, Sheilah, 52, 172, 202
Purdy, Bill, 151
Quelle, Gretchen, 1 56
Quigley, Richard, 52
Quillen, Noma, S3
Quinn, Patricia, 53, 1 1 2, 166, 201
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Quintana, Ioe Vidal, 90, 1 15, 1
Quintana, Iuauita, 125
Quirk, Mary Lee, 64, 173
Quist, Buster, 64, 236
Raabe, Otto Ceorge, 64, 207
Radcliffe, George, 53, 137
Radford, Becky, 201
Radosevich, Iohu, 90
Radovieh, Donald, 90, 189
Rae, Eleanor, 64, 1 1 2, 203
Rainey, Carol Ann, 74, 159,
Raizes, Sheldon, 75, 1 18, 237
Raker, Lyle, 64, 101, 124
Ramirez, Richard, 74
Ramscicr, Frederic, 74
Ramsey, Ross, 53, 138
Randall, Iohn, 53
Randall, Minnie Lou, 74, 151, 165
Randel, Beverly, 53
Raper, Francine, 1 22, 1 55, 198
Raper, Cary, 74, 155
Rashid, A. M., 74, 116, 1 25
Rasor, Ann, S3
Ratclilt, Mike, 53
Ray, V irgiuia, 172
Rea, Paul C., 90, 194
Rea, Nancy, 34
Read, Max, 74
Reardon, Iean, 35, 40, 74, 112,
1 66, 1 67
Reddy, Robbie Sue, 202
Rede, Raymond, 90, 1 24
Redmond, Collis, 53, 184
Reed, Bobbie, 64, 169
Reed, Ieannette, 1 Z7
Reese, Iames D., 137
Reeves, Ian, 100, 174
Reft, D., 1 37
Reid, Doris, 53, 201
Reinert, Richard D., 91, 1 35, 181
Renfro, Faye, 53, 151, 201
Renfro, VVilliam, 53, 190
Rentfro, Carl, 53, 181
Restow, Charles, 53
Rewoldt, Deanna, 170
Reynolds, Harriette, 1 21, 1 26
Reynolds, Helen, S3
Rhodes, Teddy, 74, 194
Rice, Edward, S3
Rice, VVilliam, 74
Richardson, Anna, 1 1 2, 204
Richardson, Lorna, 64, 167
Riekclton, Ted, 91, 191
Rickman, Cary, 53, 138, 218, 239
Rico, Maura, 59, 203
Riddle, lack, 74, 185
Ricci, Harold, 1 26
Rickman, Elmer C., 1 1 5
Rightly, Edward, 128
Rigler, Ierry, 74
Riley, I-Iarold, 215, 216
Riley, Steven, 1 20
Rilletson, Iohn, 156
Rinaldi, Dick, 136, 221
Ringer, Patricia, 53, 170, 202
Rinn, Donna, 53, 108, 159
Ripley, Michael, 1 15
Rivera, David, 64, 1 38, 140
Rivera, Gilberto, 74
Robbins, Bill, 1 33
Robbins, Carol, 64, 108, 109, 110,
1 64, 1 6 5
Roberson, Donald W,, 91, 124
Roberts, Austin, 96
Roberts, Charles WV., 1 24, 138
Roberts, Ioe, 53, 189
Roberts, Mary, 64
Roberts, Ruth, 127
Roberts, V assel, 1 1 7
Robertson, Ann, 204
Robertson, Bill, 1 37, 186
Robertson, Thomas, 53
Robi11son, Ioe, 5 3, 1 84
Robinson, Lyndon, 75
Robinson, Raejeanne, 204
Robinson, Sue, 35, 64, 100, 121,
163, 1 68, 1 69
Rodgers, Ioel, 53
Rodgers, XVillian1, 53
Rolf, Tom, 53, 184
Rogers, Phillip, 91, 1 19, 194
Rogers, XVarren K., Q1
Rohr, Lea, 53, 176, 202
Rohrboek, Elizabeth, 1 28
Rollie, Arlene, 75, 174
Romero, Aseneion, 53
Romero, Bernie, 91, 135, 137
Romero, Berna Emma, 91, 1 28
Romero, Frances, S3
Romero, Ivy, 201
Romero, Louella, 53, 202
Romero, Simmie, 40, 64, IOO, 200,
Romgro, Virginia, 64
Ronsick, Omar, 155
Root, Norn1an, 75, 107, 117, 148
Rosales, Gregory, 75, 1 15
Rose, Mary lean, 167
Rose, Mason, 53, 218
Rose, Paul Zimmerman, 91, 187
Rose11baun1, Arthur, 7 5, 107
Roskos, Stephen, 53
Ross, Everitt A., Q1
Rotl1, Sharon, 1 30, 176, 240
Roubik, Arthur, 35, 75, 182, 183
Roubik, Robert, 53, 205
Rourke, VV., 1 32
Rowe, Riel1ard, 1 15
Rowland, Ierry, 1 23, 1 S1
Roybal, Benigno, 91
Roybal, Nazarita, 75
Roybal, Toby, 75, 220, 221, 2
223, 224, 225, 227
Rozrer, Larry, 186
Rubincam, Ann, 91, 175, 272
Rucker, Iames, 64
Rugg, Harold, 1 16
Ruggles, Mina, 1 27
Ruiz, Lina, 96
Ruiz, Sylvia, 149, 151, 2.03
Rumfelt, Kaiean, 64, 159, 165
Runcorn, Wfilbert, 181, 209, 216
Rundle, Dave, 148
Ruoff, George, 64, 189
Russell, Ioan, S3
Russell, Louise, 160
Russell, Samuel, S3
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Ryan, Mary Margaret, 96
Rye, Don, 207
Sabino, Dorothy, 53, 198
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Saiz, Ben11y, 64
Sakami, Tacko, 9 1 , 1 25
Salazar, Dolores, 64, 201
Salazar, Cilbcrt, 53
Salazar, Ioe, 53, 64
Salazar, Skip, 1 1 2
Salcido, Lucia, 203
Saleem, Mol1a1nmad, 53, 1 .. 5
Salicker, NHIICY, 19S
Salinas, Ioseph, 53
Salladay, Fred, 1 17
Sallee, Audrey, 65
Samberson, Edward, 53, 192
Samberson, Gene, 75, 194
Sanchez, Adelino, 65
Sanchez, Albert, 53
Sanchez, Bob, 75, 1 1 1
Sanchez, Estevan, 75
Sanchez, Icsus, 53
Sanchez, R., 136
Sanchez, Lydia, Q1
Sanchez, Mary, S3
Sanchez, Robert, 141
Sandefs, Connee, 7 5
Sanders, Sue, 53, 168
Sandlin, Bill, 65, 194
Sa11doval, David, 148. 15
Sa11doval, Florence, 1 25
Sandoval, I., 138
Sandoval, IOC, 75, 107
Sa11doval, Iohn, S3
Sanford, XV ard, 75
Sanford, XVilliam E., 35, 91, 183
Schnorr, Elizabeth, 54, 151
Sa11tillanes, Simon O., 1 38 Sehnurr, Robert, 54, 137, 18 3
Sargent, Nancy, 53, 112, 113, 164, Scho1np,Iea11ie, 54, 201
Sartain, Caroline, 1 1 2, 1 66
Saucedo, Manuel, 75, 197
Savage, Bill, 53, 218
Saxvdey, Phil, 35, 75, 197
Sawyers, Da11, 209
Sayre, Barbara, 201
Scaggari, Fred, S3
Schamaun, Iohn 'lY'l1Ol1l2lS, Q1 , 1 1 6
Schatz, Ellen, 1 Z7
Schlenkcr, Kendall, 96
Schlick, Mike, 1 36, 216
Schn1idt, Margaret, 1 27
Scl1norn1eicr, Russell, 75
SCllOI'llDCfg, Barbara, 157
Scl1ornick,Ia1ncs, 65, 1 S1
Schouman, Faye, 54
Schrincr, Hazel, 170
Schroeder, Christian F., Q1
Schubert, Donald, 54
Schnldt, Beth, 149
Schultz, Donald, S4
Scliuinan, Faye, 176
Schuman, Walt, 184, 221, 2
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Schxvartz, Ioan, 65, 167
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Scott, Russell NV., 9 1
Sears, Frank, 35, 65,151,181
Scdillo, Luciano, 1 14
Seese, hlhlillltllll, 96
Sci, Richard, 75, 189
Scibert, Nancy, 202
Selva, Charles, 148, 151
Sena, Rachel, 75
Scrna, Betty Lon, 75, 203
Scrvis, XVaIter IXI., 35, 91, Ill, 192,
194, 221, 2513, 278
Shaffer, Danola M., 157
SIiaIit,IIz1rriet, 91, 152.
Shaw, Ellanora, 91, 199
Shaw, Leslie, S4
Shcitarrow, Bizunch, 1 25
Shetlield, Leonard, Q1
Shchan, Ruby, 1 27
SIICIIIIII, Shirley, 38, 91, 174, 175
Sheldon, 'l'OlTl, 54
Shell, Na11cy, Q2
Shepard, Court, 75, 1 55
Shephard, lim, 188
Sherritt, R., 138
Shcrritt, Iames, 54, 186
Shigeo, Ban, 156
Shilling, Mrs. Alice, 173
Shillingburg, Ed, 186
Shillingburg, Ilerbert, 54, 188
Shipp, lim, 192, 228
Shockey, Don, 75
Shook, Ken, 54, 138, 151
Shor, Rabbi, 157
Short, Do1n1a, 108, 1 SQ
Short, Roy, 54, 182
Shotola, Mari y11, 168
Shrader, Marian, S4
Shrake, Ir111a, 122
Shriner, Hazel, 54, 170, 201
Shuldt, Elizabeth, 65, 100, 112, 152
Shnll, Iohn, S4
Shnlt, Frances, 127, 138
SI111lts, Fount, 54, 138
Shuman, Iolm, 1 1 8
Shute, Iolm, 65, 107
Slmtt, Frances, 1 27
Sice, Raymond, 65
Siegel, Floyd, 65, 157, 221, 3,
Sigenthaler, Loy Sue, 163
Sile11ce, Tim, 75, 183
Siler, Rozella, 54, 202
Silva, lose, 75
Silva, Robert S., 1 36
Smith, Do11ald XV., 92, 135, 137
, '1 54
Smith, Do11, 194, 228
S111itl1, Evely11, 127
Smith, Fra11cine, 75
Smith, Fred, 1 1 2
Smith, Gartl1, S4
Smith, Gene, 182.
Smith, Ilarrison E., 92, 192
Smith, james D., 92, 135, 137, 185
Smith, Ianice, 54
Smith, lon, 54
Smith, Larkin, 75, 162, 197
S111itl1, Margaret, 40
Smith, Marie, 123
Slllltll, Murray, 54
Smith, Robert N., 92
Smith, Roger, 228, 235
S111itl1, Sally, 65, 176, 177
Smith, Sarah, 155
S111itl1, Suzanne, 35, 65, 175
Margaret, 65, 100, 159, 203
Snare, XVihna, 65, 159, 198, 199
Snapp, Ed, 256
Snead, VViIIiam, 54, 120, 207
Snead, Iames, S4
Sneeker, Shirley, 6 5
Sneddon, Rick, 92, 194 .
Soare, Tom, 65
Soutl1ard, Engle, 114, 278
Southard, Mark, 65, 190, 221, 2.25
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Southern, 'l'i11a Sue, Q2
Speed, Alice, 54, IOS, 151
Sperry, Sam, 65, 184
Spies, Hilda, 127
Spinelli, Beverly, 202
Sprague, Nelson, 54
Sprengeler, Allan, 92, 1 85
Spruce, Beryl, 1 2 5
Stacy, Harold, 65
StadIer,Ia11iee, 65, 1 25, 203
Stal1l, lack, 92, IQO, 191
Standridgc, Robert, 65, 124
Stark, Andrew, 54, 184
Starkey, Benjamin, 54, 137
Starkey, Lenox, 65
Starkey, Theresa, 35, Q2
Stillllblill, Gerald, 1 1 6
St. Clair, Gilbert, 75, 134, 140, 141,
Stebbins, Robert, 65
Steed, Gerald, S4
Steele, Mrs., 175
Steinikcr, Arden, 65, 151
Ste11sland, Theodore, 65
Stephens, Charles, 75, 197
Stephens, lerry, Q2
Sill1I11OlIS,IOyCC, 37, 92, 129, 166
Sims, Ernest P., 137
Si111s, Park, 65, 114
Sims, Ioel, 1 14
Si11cr, Kenneth, 92, 102, IOS, 129
Singleterry, loc N., 92, 1 14
Sisneros, Adelaida, 65, 203
Sivells, Alice, 155
Skillern, William, 54, 190, 233
Sliilllllflll, Richard, 54, 137
Skinner, Ronald, 54
Skusc, Valerie, 40, 54, 172, 202
Slaytcr, Betty, 65, 100, 159, 198,
Sloan? Gary, 137, 214, 215
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S111all, Louis, Q2
Smalling, Ernest E., Q2
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Smith, Barbara, 65, 168
Smith, Bartley Paul, 65
Smith, Betty, 75, 151, 198, 199
Smith, Celia, 92, 1 77
Smith, Dixie Lee, 54
Smith, David T., 137
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Stern, Iean, 190
Stcrrie, A., 138
Stcrritt, Alice, YE
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Steve11s, Iames D., 92, 105, 111
229, 230, 231, 232, 239
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Stevenson, lim, 54, 192
Stewart, Carolyn, 100
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Stewart, Donald, 54
Stewart, Louis, S4
Stewart, Nor111a, 93
Stewart, Patrick L., 1 38
Stewart, Patricia, 37, 93, 121, 204
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Stone, Frank, 93, 194
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Storrie, Alexander, S4
Stover, Rod, 182
Stowers, Linda, 93
Strange, Susan, Q3
Strickfaden, William, 65
Stringer, Sally, 34, 93, 9
Strode, I. D., 65, 187
Strom, Iaelc, 6 , 136
Stroman, Lllldil, S4
Strong, Sandra, S4
Stueker, George, 184
Studebaker, Paul, 65
Sturdevant, lim, 65, 183
Suazo, lose, 75, 119, 123, 190
Suazo, Sostenes, 65, 117, 138, 140
Suehornel, Marjorie, 204
Suhl, Gene, 96
Sullivan, Pe gy, 93, 151, 155
Sullivan, Poiy, 93, 1 26, 176, 177
Sumida, jimmy, 54
Summers, Ian, 93, 165
Sumrall, Linda, 54, 108, 166
Sumrow, Ierry, 54, 137
Sury, Earl, 55
Sutherland, David, 96
Sutin, Mike, 157
Suttic, D. VV., 1 36
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Swain, Arthur, 5 5
Swain, Dona, 55, 272
Sweitzer, Paul, 6 5, 1 36
Swinburn, Margaret, 1 22
Swinburn, Nancy, 5 5
Swysgood, 1 3 2
Sydow, David, 5 5
Syme, Dave, 221, 2.24, 2.25
Tabet, Fidel G., 93
Tangway, Nada, 6 5, 164
Tapia, Paul, 229, 2.30, 239
Swain, George, 75, 115, 123, 159
Tapy, Ralph, 115
Tarver, Raymond, 65, 1 1 5
Tate, IoAnn, 55, 166
Tate, Pattie, 75, 158, 166, 167
Taulbee, Phillip, 35, 65, 101, 190
Taulman, Emily, 65, 151, 172
Taylor, Ann, 65, 166
Taylor, Carol Ann, 203
Taylor, Iohn, 55
Taylor, Rebecca, 65, 171
Teague, Dorane, 65
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Terauds, Vita, 76, 1 26
Thayer, Charles, 76, 107
'I'hon1, T., 132, 137
Thom, Kenneth, 5 5, 182
Thomas, Don, 65, 184
Thomas, Iames, 194
Thomas, Maryln, 93, 172
Tl1on1as, Marily11, 66, 15
Tl1on1pso11, Bobbie, 170
Thompson, Charles, 1 14
Thompso11, Charles, 66
Charley 2 1 5
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1, 152, 166,
Tinsley, Shirley, 55
Tippin, Laura, 55, 103
Tlachac, tNorbert, 96, 120,
Todd, lames, 55
Toenni-es, Nancy, 55
Toln1ie, Pat, 102, 198
Tolson, lack, 5 5
Tondre, Katy, 203
Torick, Raymond, 76
Torr, Ierry, 66
Torres, Ernestine, 55, 203
Torres, Frank, 5 5
Torres, Gilbert, 93, 1 15
Townsend, Carol, 66, 1 12
Toynton, Ellen, 40, 76, 1 2
T rechel,lFred, 96
Tracy, Linda, 55, 202
Trimble, YValter, 76
1 26 Ulibarri, Rodolfo, 94, 147, 184, 185
Unterberg, Toe, 137, 151, 228, 238
Unterberg, George, 237
USry,I0l1n, 1 15, 1 23
Ussery, Meredith S., 94, 1 21
Vacquier, Vivian, 38, 94, 112, 164,
Vahle, Gerald, 5 5, 151
Valdez, Alfred A., Q4
Valdez, Arthur, 76
Valdez, Barbara, 66
Valdez, Cordelia, 55, 203
Valdez, Martin, 66
Donald, 5 5, 1 8 2
Vigil, Fermin, 55
Vigil, Lita, 94, 125, 204
Vigil, Paul, 55
Vigil, Priscilla, 94
Vigil, Richard, 55
Villiarcl, Maitland, 55
Vinson, lane, 55, 159, 174
Viviani, Anna, 167
Voelker, Leonard I., 94, 148, 1 S2
Volk, Richard, 55
Volpato, Iohnny, 55
V olzer, Elmer, 190
V outerin, Philip, 56
, Erwin, 19 2
Tristram, Edward F., 37, 93, 197
Tru'illo Abel M. 1
VanAtta Mar 66 1 1 1 A
NVadley, Virgil, 56, 151
YVagner, Bill, 76, 1 11,
Thompson, Iamcs, 66, 1 S1
Thompson, E., 137
Thompson, lane, 172
Thompson, Norma, 76, 172
Tholnpson, Pat, 76, 175
Thomson, Aletta, 93, 149, 164, 165,
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Trujillo, Arthur, 9437
Trujillo, Carmen, 203
Trujillo, Ierry, 55, 151
T rujillol Mike, 55
Trumble, Maurice, Q4
Trussler, Marilyn, 55,
Tucker, lLibby, 55
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Van Atta, Myrle, 55, 174
Vance, NVillia1n H., 94, 1 14,
Van Dirk, Betty, 149
Van Liew, Donald, 151, 1 S2
Vann, Nancy, 94, 174, 175
Van Natta, Barbara, 204
Van Patten, Philip, 55, 138, 184
YVagncr, Mary, 56, 159, 166, 201
XValdron, lack, 221
XValker, Eugene, 76, 207
XValkcr, james I., 56, 184
XValker, Walter, 56
XVall, Shirley, 35, 78, 94, 172, 173
XVallace, Daniel R., 1 37
Tl1or11, XA7llll21lT1 FES3, 1 14, 197
Thornton, Glenn, 76, 205, 207
Thornton, Pat, 76, 151
Thorpe, Roger, 148
'l'l1urmond, Howard, 1 17
'l'iemann, Barbara, 93
Tierney, Gayle, 173
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Tucker, fMary, 55, 151, 202
Tucker, Robert, 76, 1 17, 205
Tucker,,Vayne, 1 17, 279
Turner, Glenn E., 94, 189, 235, 239
Iames H. 94 132, 133
Turner, Richard, 76, 194
Tur11er, Troy, 5 5
Turrietta, Richard, 55
Tyler, VVinnie, 55
Xfilll VVinkle, Kenneth NV., 138
V aros, Andrew, 1 2 5
Vasquez, Estevan, 55, 138
Vaughn, Frank, 66, 1914.
Vaughn, Richard, 66
Vela, Mike, 55
V ergloegh, Edwin G., Q4
Vermillin, Alan, 151
Vidal, Charles, 101, 111, 190, 233
XVallacc, Ioann, 76, 167
XVallcr, Mack, 136, 184
NValtcr, Nancy, 56, 103,
NVard, Helen, 94, 167
XVard, Ioan L., Q4
XVard, Philip, 56
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, XVilliam, 76
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Watson, Ann, 202
VVatson, Wallace, 56
Weaver, Charles, 76, 137, 185
NVeaver, Mabel, 56
W'ebcr, james F., 95, 98, 132, 184,
VVceks, Bill, 2 1 1
XVeintraub, Donald, 66, 1 S7
VVeitzel, Susan, 38, 95, 204
VVelch, Donnie, 95, 1 6 5
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VVelch, Nancy, 104, 170
lVclel1, Ronald, 56
VVells, James, 56, 184
XVells, Ken, 76
VVcller, Louis, 191
Wens, Cullen, 126
XVertman, Robert H., 137
W'espiser, Richard, 76, 185
NVest, Gayle, 76, 168, 169
XVest, Hoyt, 56
VVest, Morris, 76, 151, 205
West, Vicki, 56, 1 22
WVestfall, Frank E., 95, 113, 135
XfVetherbe, Marguerite, 66
NVetherill, Richard, 56
W'eyersberg, Nancy, 66, 169
XVheeldon, Bob, 56
NVheeler, Charles E., 95, 1 16, 1 1 8
VVheeler, Iohn, 76, 189
Wl1eeler, Larry, 66, 148, 151, 181
XVhipple, Ann, 76, 166
VVhipple, Henry, 1 2 5
VVhite, Don, 56
VVl1ite, Fred, 66, 189
White, Ira B., 6
VVhite, Iames X., 95, 189
VVhite, lohn tlKlmH1Cf,', 235
White, Lynn, 66, 209, 215, 219,
VVhite, Noel C., 95, 1 24
VVhite, Walter, 2 15
VVhiteman, Ron, 192, 2 19
VVhiting, Nathan, 1 S1
Whittingham, Betsy, 100, 164
Whorley, lane, 171
VViddiiield, Myrna, 76, 170, 171
VViclen, William, 1 28
Wiley, Richard, 156
VVilkins, Franklin, 76, 194
Wilkins, Iames, 66, 181
VVilki11son, Iames, 56
VVilkinson, Nancy, 1 25, 203
VVillden, Lorraine, 56, 151
Willcit, Bertha, 1 27
VVilliams, Barbara, 108, 164, 16
Williams, Barbara E., 66
Williams, Barbara L., 66
WVilliams, Charles, 1 15
VVilliams, David, 66, 1 S1
Williams, Diane, 1 Sl
VVilliams, Floyd, 1 88
lVilliams, Iaek, 76, 191
Williams, Iames, 114, 184, 185, 192
194, 22 1
VVilliams, james C., 66
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Vlfilliams, Iames M., 9 5
XVilliams, Karen, 35, 76, 203
NVilliams, Linnette, 56
Williams, Richard, 96
VVilliams, Stanley, 56
Williams, Sue, 66
Willigrod, William, 56, 1 37
VVillingham, Frances, 56
Willits, Wilso11, 56
VVilmore, Ioe, 2:8
Wilson, Bruce, 2 55
Wilson, Marion, 76, 204
VVils0n, Richard, 56, 1 82, 183
XVilson, W. I., 56
Windsor, Delore, 66
VVindsor, Iames M., 95, 1 1 6
lVinget, Ierry, 76, 192
VVoleott, Gail, 35, 203
Wolfe, Bob, 190
Wolfe, Charles, 56, 137
XVolfenbarger, Iim, 56
Womack, Ioe Don, 95, 111,
190, 191, 235, 236
lVomael:, Leldon, 76
Wood, Bruce R., 95, 98, 1 S1
VV ood, Frances, 56
Wood, Iamcs, 148
VVood, Marilyn, 56, 201
VVood, Sain, 66, 194
XVood, Shirley, 172
YVoodman, d'Anne, 95, 1 26, 167
VV0oclmansee, lean Ann, 76, 1
VVoodruff, Nancy, 76, 171
XVo0ds, Iames A., QS
NVoods, XValter, 66
VVoods, NVarren, IQZ
Woody, Iudith, 66, 204
Woods, Wendel, 66, 108, 109, 110
lfVoott0n, Dick, 1 13
VVormeli, Paul, 56
XVOfflllHgt0D, Kay, 56, 108, 166
VVortman, Robert ll., 95, 1 83
VVright, Iohn, 66, 1 81
WVright, Marcia, 66, 151, 152, 171
Wyant, Carolyn, 56
VVylie, Claude, 56
Wyman, Leoan, 1 27
VVymer, Donald, 56
Yamamoto, B. S., 137
Yamamoto, George, 56
Yard, Al, 36
Yeager, George, 1 14
Yearsley, Sue, 201
Ycek, Richard, 56
Yell, Gene, 38, 256
Yenney, Sharon, 34, 95, 99, 163
172: 1731 279
Yoehum, Henry M., 13.1, 140
Yoder, Marylyn lean, 66
Young, Aire Ann, 66
Young, Deyoc, 56, 201, 246
Young, Iames, 66
Young, Robin, 1 1 2
Yrene, Carl S., 95, 1 17
Zaehman, Tlieoclore, 56
Zaklin, Sidney, 56, 186
Zarges, Sara, 202
Zeff, Danny, 66, 101, 103, 136, 188
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. 1 "O-'35
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As a lawyer, a businessman and now a public
official, it has been my rare privilege to watch
my native state evolve from an undeveloped
frontier to a thriving, busy and prosperous
area of opportunity.
VV e have come a long way.
New Mexico has been building on a sound
fiscal policy established by law many years
ago. A remarkable system of checks and bal-
ances has guaranteed throughout the years
financial stability and responsibility.
But our industries, our natural resources and
our agricultural programs actually are in
their infancy in terms of values and as judged
by standards prevailing in the older states.
To every graduate, as well as undergraduate
ofthe University of New Mexico, I commend
N cw Mexico as a state with a future - a state
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ENTERED THE UNIVERSITY OF NENV MEXICO,
SEPTEMBER 11, 1933
GRADUATED B.A. DEGREE,
JUNE 7, 1937
Adams, Kenneth M., 31
Albrecht, YVilliam P., 22
Alexander, Hubert G., 22
Ancona, Nina M., 31
Angel, Frank Ir., 26
Arms, George, 22
Arnold, Iudith, 38
Auld, V. L., 30
Bailey, Arthur P., 28
Baker, George L., 29
Bar11es, VVillis L., 26, 21 1, 229
Baschart, Harry W., 22
Baughman, Ernest W., 22
Benedetti, David T., 22
Blackburn, Nadene S., 31
Blankley, Roy E., 28
Bowen, VViIliam H., 32
Bowra, R. E.
Bowers, Landon E., 22
Bruening, Iames S., 19, 207
Breiland, Iohn G., 22
Brown, Chester R., 28
Brown, Robert R., 22.
Buchanan, Editl1, 22
Buell, Carleton E., 22
Bunker, Robert, 22
Bunting, Bainbridge, 31
Burley, Lloyd R., 26
Castetter, Edward Franklin,
Castle, Raymond N., ZQ
Cataline, Elmon L., 29, 124
Caton, Lucille, 26
Chreist, Frederick M., 22
Christman, Karl, 30
Clausen, Dick, 210
Clauve, Lena C., 19, 37, 163
Clements, Woodrow W., 26
Cobos, Ruben, 22
Costello, Robert, 32
Crawford, Lt. Comdr., 1 32
Crobaugh, Mervyn, 22
Crowell, Norton B., 22
Crawford, Bonner M., 26
Crawford, I. H., 32
Cullen, Louis C., 26, Z1 1
Cullen, Lou, 2 1 1
Cullinan, Ioseph M., 32
Dab11ey, XVilliam M., 22
D3lfOl1, Bradford E., 32
Daub, Guido H., 22
Davey, Randall, 31
Dedea, Eileen R., 30
DeI0ngh, William F. I., Z3
Dittmer, Howard I., 23, 39
Dolzadelli, Iohn, 20
Douglass, Ralph W., 31
Dove, Richard C., 28
Duncan, Robert M., 23
Durrie, Iohn, 20
Edgel, Ralph L., 30
Elder, Elizabeth, 19
Ellis, Florence H., 23
Ellis, Helen H., 23
Ellis, Iames L., 28
Elser, Grace L., 26
Eubank, Wayne C., 23
Evans, Robert K., 30
Eversole, Wilburn I., 23
Farris, Marshall E., 28
Fenley, G. Ward, 20
Ferguson, Hugh Carson, 29
Ferm, Richard L., 28, 1 14
Fiedler, William C., 29
Filield, Myron F., 20
Findley, Iames S., 23
Finston, Howard V., 30
Fitzsirnmons, Paul, 23
Fixley, Everett H., 26
Fleck, Martin VV., 23, 1 28
Fleck, Richard, 1 1 5
F leming, Ethel A., 23
Ford, 1AIbert D., 28
Foss, Raymond I., 28
Frederick, Kurt, 31
Freedgnan, Morris, 23
Gafford, VVilliam R., 28
Gausewitz, Alfred Leroy, 27
Geddes, Ezra VV., 23
Gentry, Frank C., 23
Gieswein, Charles F., 32
Gillespie, Leslie L., 32
Glacse, Eva I., 30
Goldberg, M. A., 23
Gordon, B. Leroy, 23
Goode, Rudyard B., 30
Gourier, Francoise C., 23
Grace, Charles T., 28, 1 17
Green, Iohn R., 23
Gugisberg, Mercedes, 26
Haas, Lez L., 31
Hamilton, David B., 23
Hankins, Ioyee A., 23
Harris, E. Iackson, 20
Healy, Paul XV., 23
Hendrickson, Morris S., 23
Hill, R. E., 1 38
Hill, NVillard W., 23
rroeiln, Milton H., 23
Hoff, C. Clayto11, 23, 128
Holmgren, VVilly A11n, 23
Huber, WVilliam H., 30, 37,
Huzarski, Richard G., 28
Irion, Frederich C., 23, 37
Frank, Irwi11, 1 15
Ivins, YVilson H., 26
Iackson, Raymond C., 23
Iaeobs, Willis D., 23
Iacobson, Iohn A., 28
Iem1ain, Leonard L., 23, 37
Ioh11, Peter YV. M., Z4
Iolnison, Roy YV., 26, 235
Iorri11, Miguel, 24
Iudah, Charles B., 24
Kagawa, Alice H., 31
Kahn, Milton, 24
Keleher, Iulia M., 24
Kelley, David O., 20
Kelley, Vincent C., 24
Keller, Walter B., 3 1
Kereheville, Francis M., 24
Keston, Morton I., 24, 38
King, Eleanor M., 21
Kingsbury, Anne, 24
Kluekhohn, Iane, 24, 39
Koster, William, 24
Kuritz, Ioseph M., 24
Kytle, Iuanita S., 24
LaPaz, Lincoln, 24
Lee, Warren, 20
Lewis, Vernon I., 14
Longhurst, Iohn E., 24
Lopes, Albert R., 24
Lueders, Edward G., 24, 37
McGill, Frances, 26, 130
McGuire, Richard, 26
McLaren, Hugh I., 32
McKenzie, Donald A., Z4
McMurray, Howard I., 24
McMurray, Imogean, 26
MacCurdy, Raymond R., 24
MacGregor, I. C., 20
Mallary, Robert WV., 31
Milliken, Gladys, 26
Mann, E. B., 20
Martin, Abram V., 24
Martin, Ernest, 24
Martinez, Baltazar E., 28
Martinez, Iose E., 28
Masley, Alexander S., 26, 31
Massengale, William M., Ir.,
Mathany, Howard V., 19, 37
May, Marvin C., 28
Mori, Perry T., 30
Moore, Richard K., 28
Murphy, Daniel I., 32
Nanninga, S. P., 26, 126
Nason, Marshall R., 24
Newman, Stanley S., 24
Norman, Ralph D., Z4
Norris, Frank F., 28
Northrop, Stuart A., 24
O'Herron, Iohn I., 32
Owen, Captain, 39
Owens, Cullen B., 24, 1 20
Parish, YVilliam I., 30, 182
Pearce, Thomas M., Z4
Peterson, George M., 24
Petrol, George, 27, 39, 21 1
Pcrovich, IOll11, 1 8
Pillings, Edward I., 27
Poldervaart, Arie W., 27
Poore, Iohn VV., 31
Popejoy, Tom L., 17, 38
Postich, George, 32
Rafferty, Keen, 25, 37
Regener, Victor H., 25
Reid, T., 27
Reiter, Winifred Stamm, 20
Reva, Virginia, 30
Rhoads, William E., 31, 147
Richards, Allan R., 2 5
Riebsomer, Iesse L., 25
Ried, Harold O., 21, 27
Rightley, Edward C., 29
Rimm, Michael, 32
Rivers, Willian1 C., 32, 132
Robb, Iohn Donald, 31, 147
Robert, George, 31
Robinson, Magnus E., 27
Roeder, Clifford L., 32
Rohane, Rev., 156
Rose, Mrs. Helen M., 183
Rosenzweig, Abral1a111, 25
Rowland, Gerald L., 25
Runge, William B., 27
Russell, Iosiah C., 25
Sacks, Benjamin, 2 5
Sands, Iames, 1 28
Selnnidt, Caroline, 1 27
Schlegel, Don P., ZQ
Schocnfeld, Morton G., 31
Scholes, France V ., 1 8
Schroeder, Florence, 27
Scott, Ellis L., 25
Searcy, Victor V., 2 5
Seed, Verle R., 27
Scery, Georgia, 1 27
Sender, Florence H., 25
Sender, Ramon I., 25
Simons, Katherine G., 25
Skoglnnd, Victor I., 29, 1 28
S1nitl1, Dane F., 25
Smith, George W., 25
Smith, Sherman, 18, 38, 39
Snapp, Robert E., 31, 39
Snell, Cl1arles E., 32
Snow, Iane, 31, 38
Sorrell, Ver11on G., 30
Sorrell, Dean, 1 2 1
Spain, Charles R., 26
Steger, Arthur, 2 5
Stellcr, Ormajene, Z7
Stephenson, Iack R., 31, 152
Stockton, Bill, 27, 221
St. Onge, Keith R., 25
Stoneking, Charles E., 29
Sturges, Evelyn P., 20
Suggs, Eleanor, 127
Suttle, Iohn F., 25
Swysgood, Samuel L., 32
Tackitt, Mary, 1 27
Tapy, Audrey, 1 27
Tapy, Ralph YV., 29
Tatsehl, Iohn, 31
Tedlock, Ernest YV., Ir., 25
Thom, Philip H., 31
Thomas, fMrs.I Ella, 171
Thomas, Roy, 25
'l'hompson, Mrs. Esther, 37
Tireman, L. S., 27
Titclienal, Bob, 210, 213
Usry, Iohn M., Ir., 29
Ulibarri, Sabine R., 25
Valdez, Ioe, 239
Vernon, David H., 27
V oydat, Mitchell L., 27
Wagner, NVillia1n C., ZQ
XValden, Ierrold L., 27
Walter, Paul A., Ir., 25
Waters, Elizabeth, 27
Welch, Alfred C., 30
Weldon, Roger I., 25
Wellck, A. A., 20
Welsh, Rosemarie, 25
Wengerd, Sherman A., 25
White, George XV., 27, 233
Wicker, Cecil V., 25
Williams, Carol, 19, 40
Williams, Charles S., ZQ
VVilliamson, Delbert F., 32,
Williams, Harry I., 32
Wilson, Thnrlow R., 2 5
Wollman, Natl1a11iel, 25
Woodward, Dorothy, 2 5
Wynn, Dudley, 22
Yell, Ioseph E., 31
York, Philip K., 29, 1 14
Zwoyer, Eugene M., 29
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i in Appreciation
"Too soon we breast the tape and too late we tind the fun lay in the running." Too soon and yet not soo soon
l'm sitting here looking at boxes full of discarded pictures, the proportionality dial with its face worn from ovcrwork, a
few scattered class pictures, some torn-up index cards, outdated lists of "things to do" which at one time never seemed
would get done, traces of midnight refreshments which kept us working for an additional few hours. The office in its
present chaotic state is full of remembrances and it is with a tinge of sadness that I begin to clear the files of 1955-56
matters, take my name off the door, and prepare for a new editor and an even better yearbook. Yes, the fun lay in the
running-the fun lay in the lmonths of planning, the nights of burning the midnight oil, tl1c moments of despair, ex-
asperation, and the moments of projects completed . . . and accomplishment. . . .
Yes, this year's Mirage jias afforded me with hundreds of memories and requires almost as many thank-you's to
those who had a part in making it possible.
To those of my staff who have proved that people are still conscientious and willing to work-THANK YOU.
Ken Drake-business manager for the competent manner in which he handled the financial aspects of the book.
joAnn Clauve-organizations editor who through her conscientious work this year insures that she will be an
excellent editor of next yearys, book.
Nancy VVelch-whose eflieiency and real concern over the book never failed to amaze me.
Eleanor Griffin-faculty editor who is the one student on campus who, l'm sure, could speak with recognition to
every faculty member.
Nancy Gentry-features editor-an editor with imagination and carry-through. .
jimmie Stevens-sportd editor who made your sports section an exciting panorama.
jim Lamb-for his work on the introductory portion of the book and his never ending "new ideas."
Ioan Heaton-Greek editor-for the originality of her social section.
Esther Gibson-layout editor for the time spent drawing myriads of little squares.
Photography is always a major part in a presentation of college life and I especially want to thank Mr. joel Barrett
for his photography which makes up the major portion of the pictures in this year's book. Many thanks go to our stu-
dent photographers who spent untold hours hiding behind their cameras pouncing upon an unexpected shot as well as
two particular students who shot the Greek section pins at least seven times.
Mr. jack Bradley, photographer of class portraits, is to be commended for the artistry with which he dealt with the
photographing of your 19 55-56 queens. I
The 1953 Utonian-the University of Utah annual-is to be thanked for their theme HA Thousand Faces" which
is embodied in this year's Mirage and which we have enjoyed portraying in an original manner for you.
Special thanks are due to Dr. Douglass of the art department for his invaluable advice and aid in making the art of
this book possible. I am particularly indebted to Mary Bratsehi for doing all of the art work in the book except for the
dedication pages and the lasi two end sheets which were very ably done by Les Olmsted. Esther Sacherson is to be com-
mended for her very distinctive cover.
Mr. A'Pappy" Bloom of the Printing Plant and his staff, under the supervision of Mr. Shepard Raymond, are the
craftsmen who have made the book tops in printing quality. I especially appreciate the patience and genuine interest
that Mr. Bloom showed in the book and its progress. I
Mr. Iermain, Business ,Supervisor of Student Publications has been most wonderful-giving that additional bit of
moral support when things got rough and always being ready to help when help was needed.
I wish to express my appreciation for an hour here and an hour there given by many of you. XVithout the moral
support of my fellow workers, my friends, and especially my fiance, Bill, I'm sure thc book would never have reached
your hands. '
"I have seen a thousand faces . . ." and I have gained a thousand memories. . .
Administration-Mr. Pierre VVoodman
Class section-Lou Armijo
Organizations-Mr. joel Barrett
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