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

 - Class of 1957

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'f- ,i-'34:1f"'A'- :'- W eff: Hwy - , . ,, L' i'L.-,i --'iff' f ...- -fl '- , "1:.1.f .:-M-0-f,a.- -- 5 nm Y S8 H E H H E BQ E: ss an mam .4x'gL., N -AA , ' " a,,f.1..:, .L ' -u.44. V v I E-'A ms!!! . . . With the future we must reckon! It is there we work, lead nations, rear families. It is there we find hope. The grime of folly has not yet stained our future, the parisitic state of com- placency has not crippled our tomorrow. The realization of our future lies in progress - progress achieved through learning. Not mem- orizing facts, but interpreting them, not merely absorbing ideas, but molding them into ideals -this is learning for progress. This is learning for the pulsating, surging progress of our fu- ture - our future of hope. We salute you, Progress, and we salute you, the University of New Mexico, for you are the mother, the home of Progress. dedication to the future university of new mexico . . . ffl - , V -V..-.ew v' V- 4 4 an '. 1 . .'f ' 'L -,,,. , W ,M ' A.. f. v f A If 3 A 5.4. fr if: fgzx 3,1 ,,, Z 5 . 3. . - . X., .I. W V. l ,Mx aw. , if 1 NYU: f. 1-...v I ' 1 '--...- f,.,. I J E. Yi... ,......-,.. ..,-Q---1' G.IL.N-'- , ,.. L2 As our base 6 stands in the firm dignity of knowledge and truth, our whole " may rise to higher heavens of hope. I i odministrcafion Il ,gig .N M 1 gr Us mam mw- mf me me-1 amass W ana mama is H E M me,-imegggg M., msg 'ff-H-gwgmm Mmgmxix '-QEEimsu1x,tmm 5 -Maman W Wm X New I zzamm-tt-.sn BMW QQ mm HIE., -'G-..- ,Ls Once again the editor and staff of the Mirage have written the record of a year in the life of the Univer- sity. In the main it has been a year of solid accomplishment - in the classrooms and laboratories, in stu- dent government, and in the onward march of the whole program of the University. Among the tangible highlights have been the opening of Hokona Hall, the building of the new gym- nasium, and the completion of plans for the new Union and a residence hall for men. Less evident, but of even greater significance for the future, have been the adoption of plans for the new University College and expanded programs of research and instruction in a wide range of fields. In the years ahead, students in ever greater numbers will throng the campus. To prepare for them, plans for additional facilities are being pushed forward, and new techniques of instruction are being studied. Every effort will be made to maintain the quality of the instructional program in the face of heavy enrollment pressures. Confident that this can and will be done, we face the future with optimism. 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Kelley Warren Lee Assistant Comptroller Director ofthe University Health Librarian Director of General in Charge of Physical Plant Service Placement Bureau .s Winifrecl Stamm Reiter Harold O. Ried Evelyn P. Sturges, M.D. A. A. Wellck Alumni Association Director of Extension, University Physician Director of Counseling Director Summer Session and Testing 'I7 Dudley Wynn Dean ofthe College of Arts and Sciences ond General College Vernon L. Sorrell Dean ofthe College of Business Administration Chester C. Trovelstead Deon ofthe College of Education Marshall E. Farris Deon ofthe College of Engineering John D. Robb Dean ofthe College of Fine Arts Alfred l.. Gausewntz Dean of the College of Law Eleanor M. Kung Dean of the College of Nursing o or r 4 or N ? Q Elmon l.. Cataline Dean of the College of Pharmacy Elmer Q. Schoggen, Jr. Colonel USAF Commanding Olliicer AFROTC Delbert F. Williamson -9 Captain USN Commanding Officer NROTC department chairmen William P. Albrecht H. G. Alexander T. T. Castonguay Bonner M. Crawford William M. Dabney English Philosophy Chemical Engineering Secondary Education History Julian S. Duncan R. M. Duncan' Grace L. Elser Wayne C. Eubank Charles T. Grace Economics Languages Home Economics Speech Mechanical Engineering l l ...A X I Mfg Mercedes Gugisberg Lez L. Haas John J. Heimerich Morris S. Hendrickson W. W. Hill Women's P. E. Art Architecture Mathematics Anthropology 20 Roy W. Johnson Charles B. Judah W. J. Koster Alexander S. Masley Hugh M. Miller Men's P. E. Government Biology Art Education Music Richard K. Moore Stuart A. Northrop George M. Peterson Paul V. Petty Keen RaFFerty Electrical Engineering Geology Psychology School Administration Journalism Victor H. Regener J. L. Riebsomer Edwin Snapp L. S. Tireman W. C. Wagner Physics Chemistry Dramatic Art Elementary Education Civil Engineering Paul Walter, Jr. Sociology 21 faculty Kenneth M. Adams Nina M. Ancona Roger Y. Anderson Art Music Geology 45? Frank Angel, Jr. George Arms Archie J. Bahm Arthur P. Bailey George L. Baker Willis Barnes Education English Philosophy Mech. Engr. Pharmacy Phys. Educ. 'T Wilson G. Baroody Harry W. Basehart John M. Butcheller Ernest W. Baughman David T. Benedettn Robert S. Blckham English Anthro. Music and Art Ed. English Psychology English Nadene S. Blackburn Roy E. Blankley William H. Bowen, GMC Landon E. Bowers Stanley J. Brasher Raymond Britton, Dramatic Art Mech. Engr. Naval Science Biology Bur. Bus. Res. Naval Science JD Mary E. Brooks Chester R. Brown Edith Buchanan Eugene Buell Bainbridge Bunting Lloyd R. Burley Modern Langs. Indus. Arts English Moth Art Phys. Educ. W. XX-A' l T' 0 .R ,ug , Q.-, LL "' .1 , 7' - Ftp: 'Mr P' Y' ss B ss ng W, ,Uk wax sa Bmw-x Em Rafah: ss m zz sam B ss ms Xb' jam-4 .ss m snags 'H ms A -1 v?' .,-.7 x ,sm Ju' 1 Q . ., , - .vc I X .Wt , J" Pa' - . I. . 'elf 5 Z N. ' -Q , -x. x A 1 :sw 1, ,,,. . KEEQQ ef E 252 3, 33sI ,1 ?' K -Q Ki. 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I -4 ' an l l if-' ig, z Y ff W1 r f-. a , , , Y ' " 1' A,.,p -. L 4' 5 f ' 1 I,-, Q" A425 l I faculty Wilson H. Ivins Raymond C. Jackson Willis D. Jacobs Education Biology English Leonard L. Jermain Peter W. John Miguel Jorrin Milton Kahn Jack Katzenstein Julia M. Keleher Journalism Math Government Chemistry Physics English 1,5 fwx Walter B. Keller Vincent C. Kelley George L. Keppers F. M. Kercheville lgnace Kolodner J. M. Kuntz Music Geology Education Modern Langs. Math English ...... . - .Wg L John Lauber Christopher Leavitt Marvin Levy Vernon Lewis Ralph Lewis John Longhurst English Physics Phys. Educ. Math Art History Albert Lopes . Beniamin Lucas Edward Lueders Thomas MacAdoo Raymond R. MacCurdy Robert Mallory Modern Lungs. Business Adm. English Modern Langs. Modern Langs. Art and Arch. 26 r Z.. 2 2?f'l5 K W .. .., 5. . 1 Qu FUKI 'hiv . ,A I A, 5.1,- ff iz?-Eiw f ' ,V ff QU J Dftwqi Q51-p ff' f 'la 'Q f w X 91 K it . 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Psychology Government fe. Q .MW Nathaniel Wollman Clifford Wood Vicente Ximenes Joseph E. Yell Eugene Zwoyer Economics English Economics Dramatic Art Civil Engr. 30 -l I J lilfl Hove hope - there will be Cl better day. ' "4 I. I Did you say cr vocation? 'Wan ff?"- NYWQ 11 :mg- We'Il get our revenge later .... You should see my first test. 31 student body Rising upward, groping for the heights, every g facet, every flute of the column narrows to an ultimate goal. student body president OPEN MESSAGE TO THE STUDENT BODY A new era of Student Government has dawned in the colleges and univer- sities of the world. The student movement has begun to reach its full capacity and its important place in the educational community is being acknowledged by all segments of the educational community. This year the Student Council of the University of New Mexico has tried to keep pace with the new ideas ot Student Government and has attempted to assert its rightful place in the campus community. May I take this opportunity to express my appreciation on behalf ot my- self and the Student Council for being given the opportunity to serve the asso- ciated students of the University of New Mexico in a capacity of leadership. We have sincerely tried to make this year a memorable one in which the cause of student leadership at our school could be advanced. student council The executive branch of Associated Student's government with the power and duty of enforcement of 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 work and responsibility of the governmental functions in any given year. The Council is responsible for preparing the budget of activity fees, distributing the Council allotment for proiects and activities, determining election dates, coordinating the stu- dent activities of the campus, regulating the social calendar, and directing Associated Student events such as Fiesta, Homecoming, and student body dances. Row one Berwyn McKinney, Jack Little, Bob Matteucci, Gary Sloan. Row two: Marvin Loper, Barbara Duenkel, Fran Bonnyman Jerry Lott Sue Domeier, Carolyn Nielson, Howard Brawn. student senate The Student Senate is, by the nature of its organization, potentially the most powerful governing body in our student government struc- ture. Senate membership is composed of the class officers and elected representatives from all campus organizations. The internal structure of the Senate includes the following committees: Steering, Credentials, Rules, Student budget, and Leadership training, The student body vice-president, a student council member, serves as senate president. A bill passed by the senate becomes law upon signature by the president of the student body or a two-thirds vote by the senate over- riding a presidential veto. In addition to the activity of new legislation, some of the council's work is submitted to the senate for approval. Maior appointments made by the student body president must be ap- proved by the senate. The budget as set up by the council with the advice of the Student Budget Committee must be reviewed by and approved by the senate before it is voted on by the student body in the Spring election. Jack Little, Student Body Vice-President A very successful leadership conference was held under the direc- tion ofthe Leadership Training Committee. The senate observed the State Legislature in action early in February. Row one: Dottie Harroun, Margie Endres, Jo Ann Wilder, Lorene Fleck, Bobbie Hesch, Nadiene Ladd, Mary Jean Rose, Judy Nixon. Row two: Emily Pineda, Marlene Corn, Patty Pick, Sue Anderson, Marlys Bright, Kay Clauve, Linda Sumrall, Patt Quinn, Ann Kiefer, Esther Gibson, Judy Little, Barbara Williams, Anola Whoolery. Row three: Don Fedric, Jack Little, Jim Miles, Bob Hill, Bill Van Stratten, Eddie Griffith, Gene Fran- chini. Row four: Paul Mares, Gilbert St. Clair, Ray Seitz, Marc Beniamin, Jerry Gross, Marty Yockum, Jim Pierce, Ron Jones, John Anderson, Ronny Benson, Jim Maior. student court Bob Sanchez, Patsy Blair, Garnett Burks, Barbara Pino, Glen Thornton. student standards Joyce Kemper, Professor Norman, Ron Jones, Corky Morris, Dr. Crowell, Sue Robinson student publication board figs ,. was gs? H 3-W 1 me wr, 1 'M--W ...sus .,.,gg..,Q 5 . KKHBHBH 'mlseiwi N wi '1 ww We emi .9 . . Y .,. E-.. M, M. 5.5 W M fmt?-mum s In H M.- lmlh v- nm-gs! ' I, U HH eingm V.. K is if w, wwaaa was s w W x 'x William Huber, Mrs. Astrid Smith, Keen Rafferty, Sue Pfeiffer, Robert Hill, Morris Freedman, Leonard Jermain, Maralyn Budke, Minta Sue Bunn student union board Row one: Bob Motteucci, Dean Mathany, Dave Soister, Jo Ann Clauve, Mrs. Esther Thompson, Dean Clauve, Prof. Ford. Row two: Harriett Kofalk, Mike Laine, Bob Kersey, Howard Brawn, Jean Reardon, Jim Goldstein. . stuclent ottoirs committee Row one: Mr. Brown, Pat Fanning, Helen Elser, Miss Kluckhohn, Dr. Sherman Smith. Row two: Mr. Snapp, Don Feclric, Jim Faris. culturol committee Row one: Dr. Sherman Smith, Dottie Harroun, Ernie Bruss, Gloria Hanowcld, Deon Robb. Row two: Paul Smith, D Kercheville, Bob Kersey, Dee Hill, Mr. Goldberg, Dr. Mosley, Dr. Bernorr Cooper. athletic committee Jerry Miller, Pete McDavid, Jigger Skillern, President Popeioy, Yumpy Barker, Danny Zeit, Bob Bursey. national students association Kay Liesse lCo-ordinatorj, Alice Blue, Pat Jones, Larry Williams. associated women students The Associated Women Students Council is composed of representatives from each women's organization, social group and living unit. Every girl enrolling at UNM automatically becomes a member of AWS. Activities sponsored' by AWS include the Squaws' Powwow to help freshmen women get acquainted, a fall Sock-Hop, the King of Hearts Dance at which UNM coeds choose their favorite guy, a Leadership Con- ference for members of Residential Units, and a Christmas Project for Charity. AWS annually publishes SALUDOS AMIGAS, a handbook for new students. The purpose of AWS is to govern living standards for women students, to promote broad social interest and to foster a living school spirit. AWS is a member of the Intercollegiate Association of Women Students and benefits from an exchange of ideas with other campuses. lt was founded at UNM in 1930. officers President ..,., ......,.,.. . . . Jean Reardon Vice-President . , ,,.., Millie Albert Secretary . . . . . .Simmie Romero Treasurer . . , ,,...,.... Kay Liesse Adviser . , . . . . Miss Marilyn Harton Row one: Barbara Jobes, Dorothy Dickinson, Pat Espinosa. Row two: Cindy Fabian, Barbara Hunt, Millie Albert, Simmie Romero, Kay Liesse, Mary Jean Rose, Nancy Meister, Shirley Wood. Row three: Verda Darnell, Vickie Brooks, Elsie Kirk- patrick, Harriett Kofalk, Patty McCabe, Miss Harton, Betty Henderson, Nancy Lalicker, Claudette Chicado, Sally Carpenter, Bobbie Pino. turner branch president ronnie benson vice-president th ,W ww w: I, ,,,,.,V , ., t.wfArw'y0ygnwf'fl JQ,f1,fL53,g,w ' 6 Vicki freshm class C ' f,,:vf, I ,w 1'-x I brooks secretary GH Zita Abel A freshmen me an LAW mm Sue Anderson ' -"'a:::A'-: ,,.. . , . -kwa-A -, i-4.9. 1. H 'wav is Rm Q. 81 2? K , 1 Q, H ' ,ggi 'H ml E A m i 32 H 4 i , Egan N ei 1 1 sa E Y , rj Ffffw ' as N g 45' :is sn 4 gggwms 'F I . . . M ., 55 . ,.,. ,A ., . . .:., . EE: 2: 3 5 Q .: .:.:.:.,.:.E.,- : 23,255 ' Z get ,. Jmsnxm-n'. . v -:5 C. . Q Q Q: - INN, X. ,., " mc-is ' , ff :iz ,Qi e., :. at ,., H S , . 5 I ,Q ,, H .. E .,,, Ki- -zz-xv in' A5- Gaylord Ashby an Q A AAI Babbitt xV3E'E',ss signoff n , m - 5 ms in WS? ia H 'S K4 EH E E . , - is in ' ,N M ...iz - , ...,.,. . .wi-,. ,aw wwf 5 fa is . ,H E M W Q . tv gn.: 4 an ,pf mx 1 ',, sc I 'i ' xx 1 , ' 'z H W - H E 5 E , I n is ', I .- W 5 , H 'f .. ... 'wx 2 ' Q- ' HNQUE: B x ,, fn 1 ,i ml EB - w 1 , ., H4 'E " H . . . , , W M H . X, . ii E Sd 1 Di H 5 H 'E v y 1, E H Q E H H 1' ., . Roy Ball 44 -x.5Y+giewig55e -:wwf-iff is a sean is Karren Allred X H H M 5 E H Q H Q K , .. ,H Q, H B A 5 L E rffff ml? ' E X fr: . 2 if ' w '-3' is X : 7 m C1:rx , z W f M :E ld MB B A 2 E . ..:. H ., :.:..?,.,5.:g is n . , E, X S E I W M : . .El .:. 5 A , : n is HL , 55: . :.:,:,: xi . . .1 .... ,,,.::,...:.: . ,. 8 . ',l'-' -,EX 1 1 . ,, , ,. , , , Bob Ankeny Dorothy Apalian Leo Aragon Kiwi! ff-ees I .X . EQ 'f 1 M va www -rss. w n Q X 2 an xx 3 Q Q or 1 We 5 Bob Ashley James Atkinson Kendra Atkisson xnf vw' w an Albert Baca Ray Bahm Shirley Bain . n ww nm wan -Q mann w mn in arent F n X an-maxi H11 EBM mann - mm r Ruth Ballenger Franco Barbero Lee Barley nz vi z mixes, : e B Muni H 1 V wx 1 X . Q QE E is E 1 1 if 5 Q . 1 3 ,V 11, -:-EJ:-:-:-: ::-V X K 1 .V af is . ' M 1 d V 0 Fidel Aheyta Evelyn Alonzo Edwina Archuleta Lynn Adkins .1 5 'l i. , Joan Amin Eddie Armijo W 4 A in Qflf-?'.!lEQ'f l': il4 4- 2 1. :.:.:.:.: :. .: gi-bv I y-,-lay. f-jill , gf ' W' i N 1' "'L-.sg A A: -.: l 1 . zz. Rodger Atteberry Don Austin 1.,. 1 x A I n Q ,- ' x . H .:. , .mn - : .J Roberta Baird Mike Baker l f-End j -mf A 1 n i msn' an n n A n HBS ws, mass! aismgi Ramon Alderete M, I. X -gf--L, --..-Lrg: , l , l A "l in A , 1 N. E 1 Us Qfi 4 - Tony Amsden L-...gk - , , M V. , fx A - i' L' . , aff' Sue Arnold if i m twilliwif' N W . :.: , . M 4 x , - h . ff 4 , E. M. Avara ,,..5, 1. , l 'Q ' Zfl 'I A g s u I " 4:34 - rs William Baker Ann Barlow Harold Barnett Pat Barton ' Jo Ann Bass Patsy Beard Patricia Rae Beaty L 'r:2i'lT"""'-V "1" 'Lili 'N Q All 1 , A, g- , be XFN "1 Y-N' f ' fn? e ' ., '54 Q, .1 , ' e. ,A In-X W. L ' -e S, "lu I K , Bob llcll Frank Bellcw Nellie Bennally l 1' 22 1 .llillhkblngi V ' . V . - I ua ' . 4,. , . I " W- , , f v,' Marilyn Best Shirley Bice Rolnncl Biirgerstaff r . rs' . y .1 VA iw 1 lf, i gin - , lb : - V .vg I -2- if - , 'um Y ily 5 Anthony Bloch Jerry Bloomfield Eddy Blough lim' A if E: 1. C' A , ' Q A if , In N gig' H Alice Blur. 'Wi 1 3 4 r, 'vs MJ Q- Herb Bohannon Nancy Blythe ': X vw J H fi., M y Lf f J -. James Bohm Gene Bogue 43.5 'N ! J' lv ,ry I Larry Bonaguidi Barbara Beeson ,.,,x,.,.M ,.., , M , Bm., u,..,..i W. - Q , lm-my nw :-: .:. H ?5fr??EEb5 N.. N E B r Q A F4 eq X if Bill Bennett 6 ,- '..QQfQ 55 J ' .V 'i' ll . Til ' ' ,.:...,.. . wr If. William Bingham Norma Begody Gary Beisman Betsy Bell if-3' 5- p mi rrrl B ., NA-5 :-: ,ggi E: g:Qj.fQ.gfff,.Q.1Z1, 1: S ik ' Wendy Bennett Fred Bentley Janet Besinger I zu: 6 Q Q Q A - .ff QF i jj 352 ' .ff K 1 . 5 - I Ed Blachaniec Elizabeth Black William Black I as , ' 5- ' . rr maj M-,Weisz X X, rr ,lmfli Yeah, uh . . . and I'm glad tobe here . . . uh. 45 . 1 I HL., ' Q gs 'hp Q I tt? ll B l . . ' v iz?" I, 1 if ' N '5 X 5 Y lr ::: '5l:::L::: : E w N E - . .-:.:f..:.,::.: -I+ v:E..Er'fif...: X 3 fir... .Nl P1 I l N 'yi 71 Q H X E E M 1 I in .. .ru Royden Booth rm' 9 1 Camilla Brace Patricia Brashears Vicki Brooks ss vs fx a is - 1 sg B 2 X' f An ne Bowdich Barbara Bracken H is N . 2 2 E - 5' ' wg' , . ' I1 , .4 v if 1 The squaws were whooping it up. . . . Nancy Branch , Russ Branch , , , fif iiii zf . ' H55 H X Q ' 1:15. - " . .. Y Y H I- if -:.:::.:...a +31 : '- . , - ...::: E Q in as i I , xwx-m H ww x mi-up 75:22 if WB fQ?'I . X' 'n'.. ' 4 I .E H K Q1 1 1 ,, 1 1 5,1 . .. K. I- 4 H V A ,gal-5 1 1 N Z ' f - is . ,gij if 22- '53, --S ' 1 wg" 53-l 1 S, : A . W '3 2 . :. . .. V ' X .:-:E:'g"'-.gifu ::: ,, ,..c,., , 5, P rd-?'f N ' ...,.. " we , 5 - in . . V ' ' ' ' Q., W , - ' ' - ' 7: . ., ,I -. - If K ........... 5, Ar - ,Q .2 . ls, . . 'Ei 'iii E " ' 'f-- -' -- H xfz. .1. 'f N ff If .': ' Q H E :J U iw: E. .:: 'iff H A K H R ,. ' x . ' i' Edwin Brawley Barbara Brown Annice Brewer 25. I Y - K , 1 . 2: R 1 .:. , J I r W ' ZS Charles Brown '1 Coby Briehn Sylvia Brown asv ss w Marlys Bright Joellen Briscoe ig.. B -vw .- X ' ,' w iccc r B J ,.,.,,. .... . . V Denny Brummell .Ton Brunku fi. .. fs: ' . 'N , A igigsgikig znz ' A 'w 'Q ' ak, .. ,A ... V., . ffi7i'i'f 1 N iv 'hu .rf Jim Boynewicz -fi li, YQ "l-lw...- -f -.JI ' I' Jnuncll Bradley ' X' Lrg- " :Qu Q E' i A Af X Q 1 .f ' . Turner Branch I L .- 5, '54 TQ ' if fi -it 14, h ': g . Frcrl Brockhausen is :': "-'A - '-'f . -il: v. cz .A I P'1tt Buck James Burgess Judy Burke Barbara Burt Edwina Busbee Bruce Butler Clarence Campbell Gail bampueu 46 ff- ' 2: ' -"' I :., 'V " V,. Qin: ? .. ' -efklf 'fi " e a 1 v . 1. -,- si. 'ff ' 'am' ,I , f-. Q T , , X - f ' 35 Q .A Q . ' f' ' " ' W , 1 1 V " I Martha Cnmpbell Bernard Candelaria .Tnck Carlson Paul Carlson .. , Q , A, , Q, . 5 . C, P 5-X 9 Vqgf- Jl ff, . V ua, V Ch arles Carter '51 Q, YQ I 5 YJ! I Charles Caton Elizabeth Cheers er. 1 x "1-Q Jan Cimino J im Carter Shuron Causey 1 . If Brian Chelius L 4 Joe Cisneros Carole .Tenn Clayton Cnrul Yvonne Clayton Sue Carter ji Q' 'll Oscar Casdorph d . Stuart Lee Carlson Crystal Carman --E, an--,Q I.. A , . -.-. : W 3 532' .. TTER Bird Casper Montie Cast Jeff Ceter Georgia Chalamides Fred Chapman Marian Chase fai- N Tyen Ching Chen Laura Jane Clark Jennie Lee Clemens Sh Julia Cheng X ,K if l - Y .,,1Qf,BL:f-J " Wfkagzfg . 'af-flu X wi?-Tfa. Michael Clark . ' 1f'Qff'.' ele r eerr Jim Clements Eve Chirigos Sofia Chmura EW. in ,. Ken Carpenter Maria Castillo Gilbert Chavez .. ,,,,, , u 5 V' . f ,,.. 5 .1 t ,. 1 in v Y 1 l .T ay Christensen freshmen 4 47 . , freshmen 1, 6 Judy Corner John Culley 511 A I mfg, Q. if V1 .. , .f Tucker Coughlan Helen Cummins ea "ew we sf? , -5: :ig - W week sie M wg A 2 'QQ 5 N M' We is Lester Cover i Chris Curran ga 3 u , S . . lg, - 1 , J' s , if . Q ' , ' . . ' 5 Gary Daniels Diana Darnell Donald Darner NFWWTW' Q -: M Q ni-Sie? A I .iz A -:ELL7f.:.w:.:'1,- .1 1 Qi Q I 5 B gk, 43' " i V -. 1 'M-wwf? 2 V I if: M .:, - as + L lsirfiyii. 173-'li' -I - E- A - V X Q 5 . . 1' A - s . .. , f C, he f as Z 5 f l- s,,,fj if K Q?" E, in 'fi 1 1. , .A E , . Carl Delles 48 Ramon del Llano George Dennis Fi. 1 4 Q w if 3' ,Hs-1 K ' L R .. ir.. l .-9 ,L fl , is ' M, Ely- 1 Jim Coats Lucy Cockrell S' f' Q i , M Phil Compton Mary Ann Conley in .C ', ' .C Z, l , "" 1 . 85 ..-. .,,. :-' 'Q Malcolm Cox Milton Creek 'Lx Retta Cutler Carolyn Dalbey " 'VYQN 7 W '33 Q4 , , ., . 1- . .... . , - ' V 7 1 H' ififfiide - :fi g A Hugh Davidson Walter David l ! W , James Denton Mary Agnes DeSoto M 1' N F , 1 ' -,-wif , ' Thomas Colarelli Jane Collins , mv .'7F'V-' ' P . ., M ,i V F , 1 M A - A ei , A A in , .J , . 'li i, ' - ' lx. - 1 . f, I Wayne Cook Lanny Cornell .WX L il ' .. ' , 0 .r 5. . Karen Crolmugh Kay Crouch r Y "'1"'v' - v 5' , -5. V W4 :,, Z ' W John Dalton Robert Dan ' ' X QT! l in ii M ,J Ril . ,lay .wi Q we M W ,. 1-4, ,f . f za . 10 ' ,n I an -.I 4 1 ll 1 " 5' -" 1 Sue Davidson David Del Castillo Charles De Sutter Nancy Dick 1 J A wx ' ggi! 1 fi r Robert Dick Nomi Diehl Joe Dodd Maribelle Dolan Don Dominguez .Terry Doolittle William Doty A M azziii, ,ft E,b. ' 'E?2E::.-:s'5QIQf.E1 . Q , , V ye' 4 y A V QT!" f r 5 A ...milf In 1 Q: .V- Dinna Doyle Carroll Duncan Georgia Duncan Joyce Duncan Sue Dunnam Bryon Dunnivan George Duran I 5 in i Paul Duruy Frankye Earnest J John Eaves George Edgerly Edward Eisele Jane Elder Judie Ellis 5 Y Muriel Ellison Mary Ellen Elsbrock Joan Emblem Gloria Emerson Judy Emery Janet Enns W R F '1 x ,N ' ' Q rl ' fe? ' J Nedra Ensminger Paul Esacove Nelson Eskridge What's the U stand for anyway - upperclassmen ? 49 I 9 1 1 I 4 , .1 In . , ', , V Eegzgn 3335235-3 ' -' :- l f sw? K A X gg j Q U1 Q J I x . 2' 1 E ,I , ,V . Y ,, ,U ..,....,. ,M K , . c E , ,E I A G ,g w , 1 x se .1 l Mary Evans Mary Ellen Everitt Myron Evetts Walter Farron - ' - , J , ' I X, ' I - , ' . G I "' G' G 1 , , , Va:::' D :- I 5 Y ' Z ll: in P Y 5111? .fr l ' W ? ' I K , 1: Erleen Filsinger Nancy Fink Phillip Finley James Robert Finn EEN.. in i Q-v QSM D V , ,Ai , v Q , ,, . , 1 1 ': N' V -A . ny .Y 3 U - avg.. ,mg K A Y YI. Y -:-:avg , I gil- - I X' I 1 'Wt Robert Flock Norma Trick Janice Focht Ira Friedman Richard Gallegos James Galloway :M .:,.:. v K 1 1 r xx - ' 5 . , . ,gg ' ' FL QQ? in l f A "-'- sz: fy 'Ar 's:v- V . ,, Marianne Geiwitz 50 Henry Germer Max Fonsela Sandra Fossler lei? 'I' . JW I. 9. , sl ' Dawn Fritz Neil Frumkin ik. . 5-1 Audilia. Garcia Manuel Garcia Patty Gibson Kathy Gilbert Ray Farrow Betty Fenno Sully Ferguson Judy Fischer Charles Fishhack Lurleene Flack Y 1 i , G l 4. , ' I 'le V . .. A "Y 'lb-ilk. .L Ralph Fowble George Franklin Jeanette French .. . -23512: I A L an ' x J. Larry Furse Florence Gajdos Adele Gallegos '1--- ae:- Jerry Gardner Dorothy Garrett Bob Gattis 1 ca 5 M , N -7 ,. ' 1 V Trudy Gill Glenn Gillett Richard Gilmer T. " "'17?T'f: ' 1' V4 H l ' -. DnnGi1-and l fr: , ' AJ' Donald Gonzales , -.dx ul:-f - N l A if Stanley Gomer 'A 1- l Edwin Griggs A1 Barbara Guttmunn L ' .31 f'5. Q1'2'if1f"f 'A " -' 7-'ixlsfif rim?-l'al" ' 2 - 2 ,- 2554.45 2, 1 X1 lla' , 1 A i',fgiQy'i Y. , .':1J N N ' , ' ,.1 I A- ly f 1 V l Hugh Hand 'mfg ,Q 1.' ie ll X l Donnlrl Glenvcs Ss Q I I Rully Gonzales Q , 1 Ray Graham 1 4 w X A Dick Groff I' I Marshall Haddock Carmen Hands ' sl H Douglas Glover w l 41 J, ft. D f , Fred Goodell sv.-1, .TT """""f'?"'f"xLs- ' H 'l 'LH ' 'fl B Wrmi, Q 1 ll W . , . P- . I L I . .Q J I x X Q ' I Y Jack Gray CS. Robert Gross 2' 41 V ' w fr ggi' ' x A Charles Halverson Gayle Hanks s ss Shirley Godfrey .1 me 2 Q X W H I mx ' , I 'S " ISE Q, is jf K E , ,,. E. N rr M I fs , jgj ' , 1, jf, ' 23 4 1 A ' Y is 1 ...F W H' Henry Goldenberg Andres Gonzales 1 2 1 1 Lk f , :-: l l Bob Goodwin Celinda Goosman Barbara Gordon Q Q Q 'A Egg B W: xx ss xr 14 .... ' - - -af f., :'f,5,' , -1:-55 ' - :VZ 15 .. ..: k , l H Q l Q 9 z l H w A ,S ., W Hs, 'H an V' 'mass K , . H , E l it H r ' w - w Dan Gonzales ns B w We 'D Y . W . i , -ff. , Q . . ,J Qu . ll . 'n ,, rx H N lv Thomas Gorman H f Jayne Grawjes Huletta Gray Shelah Greenberg Gloria Gritlin rw BH Q E H u X Q L :L E 4 A , , .. " N, 5 5' E ,.:. .. , -S , A ffl ee ' .X A A , .. . 5 .: ...lf c 5 . w v H . X Harry Gruber Herbert Gullaksen Ida. Gurule Frank Gutierrez 'YE s qrml- Wa ss s B K! m I s si R: E X H nl E H 'Z s ls ,Q E B I s, Em K H E F A A Egg Z ' wks 'H gif V, H H HQ .. A V 4 Q rx E 2 1 Margareta Hardt ,51 freshmen we M : . a V Ig .Q M -mwgr Y rl 3 H - n 'E .1 N a II B a F. a , H i I E M - .. 5 . .fa - :" H f..'. I-I II, ..., .. Q Y- I .,. S - --few -11 2 W- .eo -- r --H ef- . I . . V I H I Q a . HI f -are J . . new H in .ez . H r N WV H. H aw Er--er H H I ,,, an . , M5225 H ig. f - A H sis 5-ff W. 1 H H f' . iq Em '- . E H 22 - -H ' A f , -A-- 1 S wif H -an -' J... YA -' - I if II I -,Q IIII , :ef-:. .. 3, ..: ,553 I s.:.' 3, , V . :Ig ,,5s.s:I.::::Eg: 5 W , I . ' M I - .LM -5, QI. E :. :. ' . : I fa I ' I ' f' Jim Hayden Crandall Hays Earl Hedgecoke .,."i1 51:55 .,. ,., ,III ,a w E '-251 163, E -' 1-2 '. 'nik S: ... III IIII...III. E.. E sa .:: . M II I a ,U GI 1, -1 -f.. . N v 3 'ag ' a 1 1 1 ia .w 'Q I:... .! 5 .. W IIE, .H I Q se: 1 1 B H I Ir' II r a E P a I E H I 1 II ma K a 1 B B I I ni gg v 1, E ss sg ml w a K may E H . ""' .:.' E IIIE: I I me EK? ' 'n mr -1 any ass. an EE' 5 a a , - ' Q B Frank Herald Helen Hill E . an an wma xx an ,I a Q- 1 Ja IE K xx an Carmen Hoy ' 52 2 . 1 FE' f: , :s: -L n 'E s B .ro X 3 1 H Q II, r M as Q- I N I E Don Herrera ra ni may E . 1 x-x ss Em Richard Hoeth ss an we Janet Hoyt ma '-::f Q7 W z xi ..:' 4' :V A V 7 Floyd Herrera Donald Haggard r I .I ' E L n I i -Z A f Mn Y nl - . . . . ,, W . .,.,.:.,.,.. sw .7 .ge :., . rx . -'Fira if ' ,X :Q tsijij ,S T Y I :.: :.:, . ef xi I . ..x " - II K H L. H. A I'.:.'II:5ep we fee . 1 1 . rf-I, - H - Q, Q., W " 'Ei :-Q , ar George Hubbell Lee Harkness ,w wf A ale 1 f Q Charles Hatfield E X 5 I! Xe P KI 'I aw ww I is 'E I . -:-,-.ge- '-, . Carol Hedges Joyce Herrmann X 35- Q' , ., .r -I- ..x. . H J im Hoglund Ann Hume N my w was a S is ss an ma it-x Joanne Harris Irving Hart Ada May Hashimoto W r ge , f,' : II f h we . -"Su xX. Tinka Hathaway Claron Hawkins Richard Hawkins 1 I A . SI i ' Claire Helander Sandra Henderson John Henry Bobbi Heseh Barbara Heydt Carol Hill B egg r ""' a H' ' - f 'ani-w EZ , N F? -.1 79' wg J.. ' ' . Q II I II - - II . ,N ' . if II I -fl fi ' X . l r 1 5 J Skip Holbrook Rita Loy Horton Robert Houchin E : : " 'Z ' ' '-5 ' '-5l" f Ig Igw .. .I I.. . II I SIIIII -r .egg .I z H if H, gp' 1 sr S I A I 'IJ IIw 1 I Q I t I Q3 2 H " A J ' f Tfifih g Ee . ff Mm ' li l a Q Q X' ' 'lg ' is r III I .I .II Gene Hunter Darrell Hutton Carl Ikard 3 P- 'X J I nw lil "' u Eh'-5 4- ' . I X 6.5.5 fo- N wr ' ., .. jfi' lgai' 'V I I Cs will xiii , It Q Q iii ir5'A Bob Ingram Donna Johnson 1 1 XJ N 5 I Edwin Jordan Eleanor Kellogg' Kathy Kelsch 'K 'ww VV 1' . I 4 ll . A rlcno Jackson Ima Jenn Johnson , ,!5,Qi'. , ,nw . ff,-ff I Q JX 'x.. .wif James Jordan W Q js xv 7 f M f V! Uuv ill Kelly I M ws? 0 4' 1 N f. ' 99' K .l N Gerald Kelso Karl Kernberger Judy Kight Arlone Jackson ,vu QF' N ,2 Lee Johnson IU 'K -I .. ...s,,,,iQ,.WE. ,I V Y ,., . in l J I , ps. 1, 1 f i I V I ' I Tony Karson if Dcmetria Kelly P gg! 5 Jam es Ken ncdy Stephanie Kimbrough "vf:'f, Y A A Kate Jacobmn Janet Jenkins Robert Jenkins Carol Johannesen M xw ,, .. :.: .::, , huzu, A t V N 1 21 J 'f " Ei i. z , S, N4 3? P , Q . .:. .L -oo. J 4 J sys -: I-I E+ if ll: it 5 :i"i:i J A J Y - if 5" , ' ly N' 5 ,. George Johnston Ed J ones Gerald Jones Nancy Jones 4 1 V Wm . . . -aw. N 5 1-,V f.,,. ., .. I., b'+1::" 51' .v .,. ,,., '- ,:,.,- K? :lil K Em 5 . .. , 1. .:.,.:.v :EE E gif 1 V M Q " - fjzj ' ...,. 5 .. ' , zzu P. . 1 H: ss. W E -In Q V Q ' , .L H - .gs 1 me .5 'S -, H N sw . 1 -QQQ ..., Q. Q 259- J . : .3 2? ' . " "ii: V . s B :SBE s.:ajEl'E:: -. -:::':',:::g i'- 1 :QE N' LL .3 -- . . - , '- A W E X H in - Mike Kaveny Wallace Kee tc.-5 sowing 'Z '-UM' ss -'sfffwE., swms sails s QR Dennis Keefe Marcia. Keegan A college education will help you learn to organize . . . 53 ms: ff . W if 5 :I 'Q 5' ' l vi V, H : Q fi Q , - Q- ,gi , ,, Kenneth King 5 rf. ' ' X :fi 73 si ,ff 9 r 'S- ' 1, viii- , Y v 1 William Koenig .. 'F H li .LTI 3 a " ' ff " ' 4.5-w ' :.. A 5:5-g .Qi em V' 'Ilbafs what I like . . . lots of spirit . . . QL, ' 1 5 ,. Y Bill Krieger ' 'fi - 2.23, 1 1 ,4:s:v: lg: .. , :- 1 5:5 ...I 5 5' :"::- - . .. -.--- 5 ,:.::ffal:.f ' A kgiaea: - ' ii Q.: .:- .5 i EU Fin if gig , -. ' 5 35'-5 i Q . E Q E 53,1 .lf if .. H - , . ' 25-'i -:I A -.-- - f . Y e- N wma ,fi I ' ' ' A 553513 viii 'TI ZZ ' X 1 Q C. J. Laldrade Don La Roe Alfonso Larragoite Terry Leighley ,.,., Roger Litka 54 We Rex Lasley X Q Wx W ., , x ff 1 ,iz F -V fi 'I ,Q I ' ., .. -.,. . Gretchen Lemm Martin Lenzini David Lewis Edward Locks Sammie Logan ll ,K l .- 5 x if .::.. . ' M B N is ,S 'rs , Eddie Lopez Vernon Lattin Nancy Liebeck in A-afge i All .uf In Richard Lopez l William Kirby X? Q af? f ,ff 2- l' in V " 'W' - Darrell Kozhc Gail Kyle ?!b Carolyn Lauhhan . lxyx, . Q-. I Ralph Lizori Rose Marie Lopez Wg 'Y r Q Q, QL, 35.1 f' Goldalce Kochman A ' :.:, it I W , xg F, 420 . .I K X x- 'rf if 1 45 Roger Kranz . Gerry Laidlaw N ':' gf ' J f 'E' ' Dynll Leewright Tania Linford 1 X ,I 5 Robert Lovaw M 1 1 ' i ii? ,,, A W an-. ff' ,, , ,A M if ' 'M p V . Kenneth Loveland Ben Lowe Sallie Lutin Bix Lys Wilber Lyles Bill Lynch Hel Lyon , 'i , fifbiiiif -11: 5 W 3 o awiiff , ' 212-i 1 . . ., f W 'ifliievi '- .. ' 1 'i O ' 1 ' fi my . 1 i,,g,?ZigZif ' if .K K' X jgjfigfgg .4 , , if i -D M .K -4 - W i , i 1 I . f r ' M Sharon McAneny Rose Ann McAtee Patty McCabe Gordon McCandIess Irvin McCauley Gene McClain Dan McCluer Sue McClure Blanche McCord Roland Mm:Curdy Dixie McDonald Marcia McElderry Barbara McEwen David McGillivx-ay E 'Q' if A , ' if Larry McGinnis Clair McGrifI' .lean McKclvey Mary Ellen McKnight Bob McNeill David McPherson Lois McPherson ' .H , mg Wi Q Z1 i K xg L g Y I 4? 1 'I P N i l 4: 23 Jenn MacArthur Bruce Macc Marilyn Mackey William MacPherson h I I I e n 1' 1 Naoma Madson Eleunore Maestns Susan Maguire Charles Maio 55 h .. xv Andy Manzanares freshmen E 1 1 1 K Ai . 'j Willard Marshall Q, , M ,MNT l lx X 4? V lg - if . 'L--...ef Ernest Martinez Joseph Martinez Bill Mason Jeanette Mason S Q Q .I Iii- Y" ' h -el il W ,r x 5 Tonya. 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Z .- A .,,:-T F. jug V. .. . , . -.:i V 5 , ii, xg i Lewis Caton Kay Chase Wally Chastain Richard Chavez Claudette Chicado ' "' im,E"g " W" " Qw 4:1'FQ:g A Q U 4 i xl f -1, Ae-..:, wlagl ,, 4 Y N-1 L' f 1 N" ' ..,. , A - Q 1 - - R , I Z J,- Mnrgaret Coffee Eldine Cole Carolyn Cook Gerry Cooper Mary Cooper I K A 1 i J 1 Y A y N fu 1 if I ' X William Corn -eh--. Rita Danenberr: "I've decided to give your pin back . . ." Verde. Darnell ' Km-cn Davis Pat Davis 67 9 Ann Denzler 'wx Peggy Downs Hu. 1 l Pat Dickinson Richard Dicks Elizabeth Drummond Duann Duphorne K' Steve Davis J can Decker Bruce Delaney Leila Denton - . , ' ' "" 1 "1wg,TFz' V 'wal J-ffzfi' as mi.. mr - QM my I 1 ? 4 gif. we Y 5. 1 . .. . Q Q ir?" iff! ' . Y A ' , . ' . nj ff.e. 1iifgQ . 1- f e D Y v 2 Q e 1 .4 ,. f Q . - ,:,,n:,: :-:P Q H -:V . ms? " ,.,, -Mi? ' ' , ' . J im Dill Arumas Dirvienskis Paul Dorris Don Douglass Eff' -,, 19W'5QW??5? ' " 1 L MLW Q. 525, 5.5 . 43' If ., EEE? wig, l v i 6: .Q H s X ' Katie Dunn Linda Dunning Lenora Durrett Dottie Dye Milton Dyer eq. , S Thomas Edwards N John Eaker Ann Easley Ri x 41 Heinz Ehrsum Keith Elms D k Q .5 ' f .H fl Fred Ellingson Richard Ellis Bettye Ellison '- Hello, hello, hello - phone number? Helen Elser Judy Ervin Carolyn Evans 68 M3 4: I-' 'I Z. i in 5 L Judy Everett Sheila Farley James Farrar Don Fedric Manuel Fernandez Orlando Fernandez William Fisher 1 1 "A , -::.. '-I: ,.:. , 1 1 'CE E , Na - . .' me Q . . 2 L 2 .':. 1 .L Chester Fitz Anna Flores Peter Ford Douglas Forrester Bill Fry Frances Fuchs James D. Furr yi 1 gow sg iv F455 ' ggi: I Magdnlenu Gallegos Murvina Gallegos Melba Garcia John Garlinger Charles Gaylord William Gerety Patricia Gilliard 11 5? "F Bob Goehring Pete Golden ' ' 'P ' H.. .:,2 -N V V - xv! v. -, v ,Q fswl X , -A Judy Goucher William Graham Pat Gough f' Paul Granlund Thomas Gray Eleanor Griflin s ' iii' ' l"'l 'bfi i.:: xlaqi -nz fi, p Bl Gwen Goldman Alfred Gonzales Jeannette Grandjean JW ri 44 x 'H l,1i1ff?5'3 2'-F TQQM Fr ' F . ' 5 f ' - l 1' ., 1: .... . ii' ' ::f27E::: i 4 . 1:12 I Edward Griiiith 1 ,, . ., ., ,,w.T,, , , l . II: A ,... Z- 5- -. ' IX I V 1 'ry ' Xuan 532 Rex Goranson William Gore Pat Gorman sophomores M - isgfgmlaaaix-M sea 1 Q l M , X Pat Gurley Kenneth Gutierrez Bill Haas Marilyn Hackney 5, . . , W ' 1i:?::iefg?fa:f-f:'2'- 1 Sl V I x in 1 X ,. .. . 9 "L . Q , HI uh ' - A - , Q if ffhfu , ,... . . X I , 2 i f 1' . E 'u , 3 f V - ' X Herb Hahn Larry Hull Gus Hampton V l 5 Qua i A b J 455.2 A -if-f. gy pw, ry ??H1N 4 'Y' E D K if 325. r. SJ' ' A L :. N- .E -' . ' Y . i. - . , ., .. l , xg- Q i, ' A in l - I " ' ff . 1 P- - 5 H - A J , ,fl z ., ':.:-5 " - ,Z i f ' W ' 5, md' is I H if I i , . . f 1-. ' . Q. 1 ,ff 1' ' f ,.. 'Y ,. ,., 2:5 - " I . .J Russell Hankins Robert Hanna Betty Hardgrove Beverly Harris Ward Harris Sue Hartman Willard Hawkins , , Am- .' l ' fi fwfr - fl . fi' f A . . V- ifnm 5, igggil , ' 4 W wg E ,, sl .1 . " , 5 ' ' ' A 1 LIL," ' Sara Haynes John Hays Charles Heard J im Heasley John Heck Sharon Henshaw Yvonne Herring l ZH E P in I I W ' ' Liifigiii L Z ' . , 55 4 , . V 55- V. ln, - 3 'R fa me H- 1 , in H vi ' - .. - fe 1 - A, if i x 2, H X new - if-he Q I ff .. ' , .gn 7-1 Q I K, fx , 5 A John Higgins Barbara Hill Daton Hill Geoffrey Hill Hershell Hill C. William Hobbes Robert Holloway or , .H V I ,, . ' l 3 Q A , Q, g I if ' iv? QE, . 1 A , - A A . ' so G m O Leon Holecheck Janice Hopper Zane Hopper Jerry Horne 'lil-1 " ii 3:9 H5 K - . ,i 5 -if V.: -' iff h 2 ,l 'U f ' 1 , I Q . Q '5 323'F-"F ' H - il H' . ,.,,,.i. QQ H Robert Humble 70 Norman Humphries Barbara Hunt Jim Hunton Cora Kny Hurburt Margie Johnson Chris Kaplanidcs V ' ""'T .. v .iii A 1 I 1 George Kimball xy William Krum CaroU Kutn ewsky X ig.: wg' Q if H H H W H i E E gi f X B ' -' -, -qigfsssfg Xie 7: if "sm in :J 11 iv 5? ii :iz - -ki A' -A-'- E ' . H H z W. Q - V ' - , : s , V 1 ' xi 1 slewgfl :TSE ,FSF F E N :,z2fe5i:rrE V '- 1, " - Q ggi 3' H 2 K7 .Q Vi sei . s 1 ' - K .- . .., , .. , si- ' --frcr'. . .:: Q . .. . 1 ' I 1 - ' -'f- ' -'-' I M W 21 ' - ' - " I A E . IQ!" --'if' ' V .if - . I -- ff X e . I H . " " ,., 15. , ':' 5 . ' EEE : I H F i -I . - 1 wg! . Y x ",'5.5:..::.aa1,.5:,, .::.:.'- i" 1 ..,...i: . meek - ' X ig Q1 Q . '- e Y '-2:-I , sg .. X "ags...,....:5: I -- ' "i ' ' ' I : W, 1.. , - ,. -' ...-.. : .,Y.,. 1 - N A 1. . 1. -:-.ff - ' Y i J " 2 W F" 5- - , I -- 21:1 Jim Irwin Leif Isaacson Nancy Jenkins Daniel Jennings Barbara Jobes Susan Johns l 'lla .1 i VWQT " wifi: 3 ' 1 lj. xl 'E 3 Q if ' Wm me E E mx , . .:.: W ' wig 1 H K im 1 ' ,Sem if Z 1 as n ii M N 1 ... " '- Xi N , N, ...,-5:.fn .ig L ,, -wk ' -J l V , Q ... .. Y ,. E.. if '- . X, F . I I W E 1. , by .A . V , Sew if ll 'I W in 2 i l ' l W 1 -- W--A - . . Robert L. Johnson Barton Jones Pat Jones Ronald Jones Jeanne Jordon Jack Kaemper X 5? H H W H Sige l? Exe if ge . ,, A E H 'S agiggggg -." ' f , X' 'J ' B- ll if E ' .Hd ff, , 1 B E . msg' gn " erin yea 'y,x...4T+ ' I H gf-I .. 9555... -Z . WL S - --1.5 v .. ., W E551-:jai-:'... Pm ... B if Q :QI 1 ... .Q . ' l H el M 1 Q? i - Q H is ,. E , H H K ..,.. . . .... .. ..... .. i 'z . . H , . S. 'I 1 2-5 32. - I 1 - , 3222 A I A ' H Louis Keating Marilyn Keith James,Kellerman Bill Keltner Jimmy Ketcham Von Kilgore Carla Koellmann Harriet Kofalk fe E S' wg nie? H Q l il . l - 4 ll K 4 - 4'-W. ' . .r . Ia Ann Krummes James Krabsherger mn . .sin ,' wel . ,' een A I' ln' i ,, 'N 'SQL -, -i '55 ty f . X 1 Nancy Lalicker William Lamm af!! 2' I ' -7 id W A X s N lf : F K if X. K 1 ,. S X . , F i , ii inn as 4 we 1. Kg' sf-' f i 1 J? 1, lax I is I . W.,-Y X2 N .FJ J w '1 'eeww-we Ilia going, going, it's gone man gone - to Denver ! 7l Q W" f '?"'swW -' 'fur . ' we-5 5,5 wwf, K 5,33 V x . - 115 xi U' " L ' ' ' - "3 R len ., fy ' F ,I 'n- 4 , K W xi L y Q, - . D 'F . 1 ' if we W V1 1 ., 5 Y . ' ZZ 1 ' S L P .few K' Walker Lane William Lang Kenneth Langley "LN to -- gg.. .. 4 gr ' f .fn i ,,, 7' .,... ,.. .az 1 ' ,mmf i" sv' I Ted Lewis Edward Leyba Nancy Liggett Bernice Love Mary Lowndes Robert Loyd .m ic c Q lg Voil Lattin A? 4 l ,L lx N Lannie Lindell , ' I f 1 Leou Luey if V li! . .,. -,Ji 3 . V ff' if-ff-1 I 'ii lil A F i.: - ' W ig- f . - ' . 'QQ it 5 4 r it , , D A ' -.5 , X W " f . Tom Lawson Dick Ledbetter iiq? , "Y B R N - "V N - ' , 25'- EZIZZVEIQS fx Y' nw T 7. . " , ' h' . V L I , .,,, V I R4 mn ' H' . V J im Linney Judy Little Alexander Lundsford Martha McAdams 72 Which one will the fountain bless? 'CQ 14 5 N L John McCullock Joel McCutcheon Ann McEvoy Mary Ann McFarland 'wwf-nf A . , . ef, I I fl. 1- EE K ., 1 , i A .FV . J , w:w"axaf' 4' r if -rg, ,Nr "' v ls. J L! I l ' Q ,H in 'A I ' . s 4 N ,.c . ' M. 5 3' " '3 -Y Lynette Lewis Denise Lopez' fgs A S 1 fu Q! W ,I Robert McBride A K. P x - John McDonald Jeannine McGrew Ardene McKinney Laura McMil1in Allen McNamee 4. X 1, . . A IQ' .ffT'T5'5F""T5f' ' Y , , , - . II! X l , " fm rt' L1 1 1 1-, JI .I L I' 5, . I fI1.jQ.Ti'TwQf 1 X w B 'j ' V , lv Lfsj. .ju 1 f f . I S . kj' ig: in 1 iii". of '14 ' , 1 Presley McNeal J Bill Mandel! ' Paul Mares fe Judy Mathew Orlinda Medina Nancy Meister . k 4' ' wb! Mary Mills Judygdinca Aileen Montano M ' if ' f , ,Mg , iffy A an ,Q 'O' -M ,f,Q.m1 v' y- , n . .',L' ' '!, m. n Xirnu ILP ' 1 an ' C y l-fi , 2 -:-f ' - ' M 1 M 1 f Robert Murray David Nevin Judy Nixon Sigf' ' ln Q if-,ji 1- . F124-on o '17-' .MH ig ' o f , ,N N 1 , Bil10tb0 Lamar Parrish f 1 . 4' -- Q ' Q' , xx- I f Q 7 M : YY? N 1 H xx Tom Overstreet Dimitrios Pappas Clam Parsons Henry Pnscual ,r 5 iii,- .V ,. E J.: or an Tv", 'I' :EE . -rl: ::. , W H L. 5 si 2 H CW H Q V E E a I H 1,355 Q H K .:. .:. -15, B Q E E H B 'A E ' 5 me E f I I .QI ' 9 s an Warren Marks ww new -sg me a 1 was ss ,Qs s s mann an an x an an new - 5- X E 5 'BR Y. Q X- ff? iss News s 'r Ham:- ,mpg -' Q -- - Q. -... . -.Le . EE.:.:::: '5 35: 15 353- E- , X15 ,s 'iw X ig I as 4 : .' , X N I gf sf vi? X Q H R H xnxx E X .f s eiggmn B em :': :.:.:.:.:.:.:.e Q ss , ! ,, .... . E 1 K sf K H g iii VE Us L4 Vx was as K em, nge H A sa Q sms I Jan Matkins A1 Mastendino , . . . , M EM x we if Q W .. 4' u Paul Matteucci JSI. -A R3-N., eel: Yvxn i en e- M K W H rg My H H2 he H xxx EN , 1 X V- - Aux W wi- f A 1 M M X I' X L Y , w ve I E E nf M 5' e Zi., A N Y J ean Metcalf Jim Miles Ellen Miller as e s' ' Q ' -I "'s' ?" W , W- le ' X W 5 Z 5 .. :,: ,. . we Lk 'I' was . W "" - 4 .. . X me ....:..... , . t,- Q-m zznm, E H gene .J Hfmggf H S' H H 5 Y . B' .'rv'M:' X v - - . W Fanny Montoya Lee Moore Robert Morris Robert Miller Joy Murphy s Dorothy Odendahl Thomas 0'Neal Evangeline Ortega ,, ,,,,,,,,.KY H, 3, 551 1 'I 4 Y f H .E L. ff? fs- sf s " . 1, 50p OITIOYSS as an a maxaman sa w sm swans Ronald Paynter has E, R J 1 H 1 s K A an ne e ann s :nn :nan .iss .el ' uses was George Ostermann 73 Yvonne Pearl James Peck 1 Lino Perez Tony Pesavento . - .. 1-,e g ' ik W Kg? ,w, Patt Quinn Buster Quist John Randell Ann Rasor ainhgw ,yy WZ: . i , or 3, v Y f 4 A eff . V - 2 R , .2 'R V 3. ' r m fR' ii P f? Helen Reynolds Edward Rice Pat Ringer Donna Rinn Q 'ii ZQS? '-,giqi 1 X -:,.:-If. ' ..,. lk Joel Rodgers Lea. Rohr Louella Romero Larry Rosier sophomores 74 Mary Ryan Mary Sanchez A 'F e N Winston Pickering liiigsii ' M gs 2 1 Y Frank Redmond , new-1-L ' -' ,1, HA, , , rf' .mm Q l Eff' .::'L l , -1 . ill' 4 ,Q II fb.. Bill Robertson ' sf'-wigjf. fff'-'15-..H if 1 ., H ...-"',f' 'i r - , rw' SWE 5 r if I l Steve Roskos 4? 1 1 y-2.5 A . . .T 4 Q .Vg Jose Salazar T 551 ie If ' f' bl 'lg . E I? 4 , l John Sandoval ,Z J Q 15: Q U p Ik X 1 Everett Polanco a'l Y n nflilkiih 1 Q 1 E Y. ' . A Bill Renfru 'gg . w 4" J Alan Robinson Q, 4 ,-, 4 l Robert Rupert swq' :fa "iz I 1 VY ,fl m'7,f irwvfl X lull' 'Fa . 'V .I P um nw H1 Eddie Snmberson ff,-,N H , M4-.:5., A ' 1 WIHFQJW, ' W l l ,fgwnf Hng W 'L'imf . ' 'Y 'S . f Jf Raymond Porter ,rx fUh Dann na Rewoldt Martin Robinson ,lb ' , V, ' E , M 1 - X J I Sam Russell Delores Sanchez Fred Sandusky Chuck Sargent Nancy Sargent Carolyn Sartain Zibby Schnorr Bob Schnurr Jeanie Schomp Barbara Scott Betty Seay U77 - - ' . :fx 'H-'?f 'i11 if " ' - l , fi' vi' V F 'fig 7 jiQgjji':f21.::?f'-1 ., '. ., 1 .gi l it 'r -"'E.'9xI1'a,A. X .-I lia ' W-.211 ' H "J l 1 ' 'Jill 'if Q' 1 ,Q '- Q ' if f-1. Q 1 . ' P 5 1 . 4. , T AT N jf .. , ' ,Q v Ai ' . 6 1.11. ' 1 2' 4 x 1 Q ' 3, if l " 1 Q 7 A N V X 4 , : ., , I Nancy Seihert Merta Sue Scligman James Shepherd Herbert Shillingburg Ken Shook Donna Short Roy Short 'ii S S 555 N I ' 5 gi' g QQ! K G A VA It Y, K, A . f In X 1: , . - on ii K , Vfw. '.- x xx .- Hazel Shriner Donald Shultz William Simmons .Tigger Skillern Richard Skillman Ronald Skinner Valerie Skuse ri 'F' "'4' 7' ea ' V' M W'.g'QgQ', fi' ' ' r.r- " gy ,, 1' iff -. 1 1 .www sz . FQ . X'-R f 1, V 727' f . ,1 31 3' " A , , A I ,Q N V - - R Q . '- 4 '12 ,' N - 2-E . f , ., ,.,. . : ,i x rig xr-,1 F .f 2 6 Q x ig -v f . ' ' G ' . w L ' ,. . V J X Q .. . J ,J , iii ff 1 ' Y .. l l All i lg?E?l " 3 y . . , ' g I r , Don Smith J one-sc Smith Robert Dale Smith James Snead William Snead Beverly Spinelli Andrew Stark A '. 7 IQWNUQ , N IH .1-l X ' ' Ben Starkey Linda Sumrall Charles Stewart gs, David Sydow Donald Stewart Len ore Stober - 'W - " lsri- I -:II .. may -' ..11 'ff , ,, "QQ wa. H, -fg gigiiii' If- ' Q- Jo Ann Tate John Taylor Rod Stover Bill Thorp William Straaten Norman Strain Bob Thomas Bobbie Thompson 75 i .. my .ig H' ,i' 1, Q nxnww. Q, agfemg emi Ms ig-na Spin-if .,, .:. A K, f w 4 , E mia -.- Emi ,web-iv af- 'S Tl x ix Fklf Q lj W a y S ff 'Q N 1 7. Y X ww Qi? ? James Thompson y Bob Thornton James Timmons Laura Tippin Gerald Vahle - y 22 -..i:., Walter Von Steeg' Z Becky Valdez f u . -fe-sg. I, ! i 'if Walter Waconda. Myrle Van Atta. A fi' Q K R l John Wade l, A . ,. ,A 32? ,. n :II in Bob Varela 3' W i Virgil Wadley , , in Q Q . il 'ff a M L. Y... Phillip Ward Vicki West Jeannine White James Wilkins have We A ' ua' ii? If? M 755 K, - l ' I N Robert Wold sophomores 76 Mea- Robert Wolfe '."?yo 1' 1, Q ii Patil Wormeli E5 " " "x23F5SLi'i3M79"' "' Nancy Toennies Marilyn Trussler Libby Tucker LeRoy Velasquez Richard Vigil Jane Vinson me 1 " I E 333, Vs was A 1 A Q I Sw f Mary Wagner Mickey Wagner Nancy Walter Y Curita. Williams Edith Williams ' Wilson Willits may . J x, n ,K ,f Y Marilyn Wood Shirley Wood L. H. Wooden WT f ""A" 'N' '-e-N . ' 1w'if3i:"fll"l -' 4' -"3 Rue A V In H, 'M . A W ' - 'lff:if35i'l ' ' LJ. Ut IE 1 e A 4 il...- A - ' L V2 L -A Y ' gg Sue Yearsley Richard Yeck Jack Zachary unclassified t fffrf' 'f ' M- ""' ' "k' ' ' 2 1' N N - .ef . , , Q wifi' . . ng E as .:. W A V-x. I 45 Q", . , ,Q Z 'F . 'V . .. , ,- 5 it . ,r L V wg it 1 - t V 'L . n A Rolfe Blnc k Leon Hawn John Penn Emily Pineda Benny Potter Benny Torres graduate students 4 e -w K5?5mD..' , ema'55 VIEW? 1- Q M1 . fa Q Q 1,22 , R in use Z H R 'L X21 I Ile 1 Q K I ' it I t t Charles Durrett 7"w in 1 ' A V e N l , , ' - X1 N' 1 5-5 if Sig il' 'le ' - V 4-,,.,, .-r-'fi' K b ,,- . X . Urban Baca Jim Bratcher Feng Shu Chang Joan Cook Kenneth Drake 1: -wi - f-vfqaifi, , , H Q 2 sg ' iq c . 1: Q g - fu J: 'HA ,.a , 5 ss ,, E- : Q5 - It .tfmtwmgg W A I il 21:35 , , 4,435 5.-E:-Y ' M V . U X Mfg 't i 3, .W x ,,, gy? ' " .Q if 4 la. 3 A vu , ,gif ' - ea: , , Q :lv .via I 1: V ,K H1651 '- av -A K 11 fs . . egg :a: Q::. gig -, A A Q? 2::.,:5 - . Felix Figueroa Alberta Flores Jay Gunter Imada Hirohisa Pat Kenkes Liston Leyendecker f- '. . .. 3 3 A1 -. t I lf ., J N 4 Milton Rohane Olga Sulnme William Seese Alphonso Smith Donald Smith Verena Souto Lina Ruiz is I 3' Q In I RN .1 Robert Stiff 77 The junior class 'j ,N W 'ffitx ,,. f , .' " , ll dick wilson vice-president 15 emily pineda secretory wi HBH we nm a w w 1 E H ,B lf vw as Collene Atchley Martha Benge Jo Anne Alcott a H. Thomas Baird Alfred Bennett Katherine Benn lf- if H on Q - 4 'ff 'fifwzsw H" of A mm mum ' Q-fzgngfigg ' Q , is-Ps: MNH" y H W M . KX, n 1-is-W w w I ,WE- , H Y ll' if 5. Q x X fm N H .. Y H B W 5 :.:.. :. .- .:.. , .2 f . . W is .. ,S 5. W ' - :: . 3 . W , ' ,is 2 ,. rf Q . , - . U . df we -ima W -MT. vwe.,,.f3ttM f U Ei ' K ,gf - -1 ' id 'Q f'gQg ifruqlh Q lv I - .i - :.:..-:-' :E n :.: ' W ' 'f ' W , Q? " U M ,I . j A Howard Brown 80 Don Brolin Eugene Bromwich O I Richard Alexander Charles Allen Jerome Anderson John Anderson Aniseto Anglada mm is 1 an Martin Barnett Vic Barresi 'Wk Silk ATL if - 5 w x Q- - V 9,25 ,mg 5 is -'Vids' , 7x Dorothy Bowyer Robert Brandt me Kathleen Burke ., W . - - I :.:'I 3, , ,on. nno, H xl.. .. , , if Obi X l Y E k i IB! If s '53 3 . 1 j if lk 1 1 John Calkins in B 5:2 E ,,:, lm , l 1 1 4- ' 'ref , ..,. ,Q ir, J .VJ I David Chavez Paul H. Y. Cheonx! "I, 'J 1 5 s 1 w 5 I et- - - 21-:1 M. :-i'fi.fiq32 'N :,'1'l'? ip-'-'i i me , uf. A Q 'J' If B . H i w :Zami - U 1 H F 5 A :.: . H 'J A it ef Robert Batho "E" iii? ' 'Q 'Y we .ff mf-:gl ... if V ttf. . .. .1 , 1. uv F 5' -, John Brassfield ws nn an Marilyn Butler Mildred Cain Mel Castillo , he -1 n 2 1 is 1' H 5 l . N -., Q""l H' Q l , , V , 3 Winston Christian EE mx Judy Christoplmr Mnry Ann Clark Thomas Clark ' 1 "mr" "' W-""'z , ' ,l l 'MM I 'ui .' 1 l . ii 1 "i':'mll I- 1 ' - . . ' ,izu H t A l -. - ', 33 l .4511 Nl-sl V A l ,. D1 Ben Clegg Nancy Cole Jerry Copeland .4 .1-A Fred Cornwell Orlen Coupland 1 ' 1 -4 I 1.-A 1, F +e: l 5 it Y !, , ' 1 off VJ' r"'Tl'l .v, . lift- 'H A William Dickinson i . l V V , .1 . I l F .Q 3:4 X i is , .4 I Elizabeth Corrouzh William Cortez .r. ,I Margaret Coury Patsy Cox ' ' ' ' ""?2'5E l ll I :EQ F I ., X m E : I . Edward Dobson Ed Dunn mn asf David Emmert Marjorie Endres Torksey Ensminger Pat Espinoza gl rl is sf iw mr w my H 5 4 Q Donald Dearholt :H -X .1 B was Hi-HW me 'X Rauf? BHsli,,g ,ww mai? xanax Q-, M vw ,Z H aan-rx ww. Maw- Han- sr ' in E ravi A :an me I 1 if 1.58.88 'mr -iw N-A WVU w .. .... . . -. - -M W M ':j. . in Susan Faircloth Richard Fallis i Pat Fanning is nm James Faris Pete Fasone Jercne Fleck 11 .Egfr 11 1: .,.,31 3 5 1 5 5553 1 1 H 1. W Q 111 11 . . H EE ' , Ei- ' if '1' 2 ' 1511 "" ' ... E 'K H 1 H H - .. H 1 -af: Q , ., , . 1 ' f EE H - . 5:1 1. . T - H gf E H ' 151-'11 .' - - Exif- is W Q 255 E E sl, :f g- E 1' H H ' H 3' E111 - H ll' ' Y if... H 5 HE K .,... . ' . E13 E E' H " . I , 3. H . ,kk if mmm 9 .,.. .-:ff Q .. -.aw ...... . .- 1. H' 1 . If 5. is - 2 5 R5 l I 3 . ,.f "" "' 11. . .... ,, L K ge-Bag .. ' 1 ' 1'1-:a::---'1"'- . 2 , an a ... .. ., ' sr-2 " i ' ll . R5 as -11 ' 1 1 5 . 1 1 . 1 - W .i if ' 1 1 1 ff' . 1 wr 1 -- we fp , 1. . H . ..., ..,. . .5 9 .E :E 3 Carolyn Flint Lawrence Four Fred Fornoif Jack Foster William R. Franks Dick Gaffney Qlfjf is 1' H T G 5 5 If A' 1 - mm'QSVg 3. QxQ'E'E fi? 5 - . is '11 1 ! :Even ' " arms me 'L 1 I: Z I is ga- I a 45 1: X 'el E fr Kaawgg -::..1g5...,: me ':"7E3... F K 1 I H, - . ' Q A , ' " " A .5-.:.:IEI... M ' :. y 11 M 1 I :iv -jig. ' 5153-9 1 - "1 1 1 .,- ,., 1 .,. 1 , E ...r-'Q U 1 X. H B Y as . 55. " 5. A -'A V A 1 " , 2, . la 5 Q1 i. gg 21'-14 4 211. X , E, . . irq., ' --11. ...,.. N E .. ' 1 Q 2 L , f . , MM vm Y 5. I, ,. ,, KL H A I, H . 1. f M 1 1 A - ' L. ' . .wx a ,,...:i Eg 4 fag .1 , 1' f Arlene Garcia Don Garcia Erlindo Garcia Leonor Garcia Robert P. Garcia Helen Gardner gdigijixl i, gud' E li. ' 4 5. Wm . A if -K Km: Q - - W as Q1-Ls 35?-:Q 5 rr save - - w 3 r X ze i ws: ,jr fx epeur , .gv,.1, W manger --Vain --.gin H-HIVT., W, 1: I MQV.. . - I Aj H i Q R 41 Q. ' T f - , H , 1 .4 3 E qs ' .1 11 E 11 AT al 55 E l 1-1. X.1iX32-ef as . a if ,1 L L M M 1 E 2 H , . . ' ' V j' , 11 'V L , E i B ll. . i is E W., 4,3 X r x if w Mn ri, V fx w M A in U :.:.-V , 6 N V Ami , X255 1 . - I Ng! , +4 Q Z' ,Z QM... .' 'ire .,1,:.' N f V. ' , ,A X . 1 4 , Y .l. ...W Q . . , -vw' -' ' 'Q..'E.S.4' 3-.1925 .,f'-'eW'w.f..-- 11 ff fa.. . M. - 1... ,-,Q-- 4... , I , 1,5 .mf 5f'5?'f'1:Mf':' , . .- ,. 1 . . .J++-F' .:Cf31"' warr.-'1. pf.. . nfl :-Ifi':.L.1.f-1z-,f----if-f1eT-we-.. ,prffffw-.' , Comprehend those feathers and . . . all that jazz 82 Nancy Gentry Virgie Gentry ,A .W .H .4 j . J f I. E. zuz . . ,. 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M 'i" M ' J' Ft' Don Hampton Sonja Hanson Gail Hatchell iuniors William Heath Joe Henry Earl Hester J ewcll Hill Diaml Holmes Elizabeth Holt J rick House Bradley Huckabee Elizabeth Huff Leilani Hull Jo Hupp Pat Hutty John Ivie :fl ff", . A , Q , l Y HEP - ' Aim J ' . fl D , ' A K , I li 'ffl , Reldon Jackson Donovan J ncobson Chester Johnson Marilyn Johnson Roger Johnstone David Jackson .:r,,,- - -,..K,::- , Sf ' W 1 'S ,lsifl .5 . - A-:, v Dorotihy Julian Jeanette Jackson be-4 'Sw 1 ,.,., . 5 t :::.:. .:. ::: SI. . A --e :E gf ,W 1- if 3 wife! " L ,, . A vw - ., if sg'2'12.-4 ' ' wx I4 "l '- ' - "E ' .- .pf Sis. wk K Qi 'nf , ' H i EH -, ' l ,Z :1'-:- 'ff' 'Is' ' W ff f H XYWYK. i el? John Keleher 83 John Kempenaar Ann Kiefer S ' 3 Wai "'A V '- I TI aifpr ' Q ,k c .V Q , 'lgf Lll 411- :jj'fj: . 1 ,- ' , , .. K f 7 ff, gk Qi 1' x -' - .Al ,fx w g " ' ' . X l , .:. V aff'-p . 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Belton, Texas Kappa Sigma: Vigilantes, VP: Khutali, VP: Campus Improvement Committee: Homecoming Chairman: Interfraternity Council, Pres: Ward- room Society : Wbo's Who. C. AINSWORTH: FA . Colorado City, Texas Pi Beta Phi: Panhellenic Council: Westphalia. MILLIE ALBERT: Ed .... . Roswell AWS, VP: Chorus: USCF: Dorm Council: Pi Lambda Theta: Phi Kappa Phi. X N K vi JUDITH ARNOLD: AS . Barrington, Illinois Chorus: Cultural Committee: Pi Beta Phi: Anthro- poloxry Club, Sec-Treas: Senate. AUSTIN ARTHUR: Engr . . Albuquerque ASME: Silzma Tau. WILLIAM ATKINSON: AS . Albuquerque Alpha Phi omega: A1ChE. WAYNE BADSGARD: Engr . Albuquerque AIEE-IRE, Pres: Chm Engr Council. JAY J. BAETZ: Engl' . Brightwaters, N. Y. Senate: Truck: Wnrdroom Society, Board of Direc- tors: AIChE. LEROY BAKER: BA .... Cedar Crest Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres: Commerce Council. 'G- .-sf. if 4 HUBERT BALL: Engl' ....... Albuquerque Kappa Alpha: Vigilantes : AIChE 3 AFROTC. CAROL BAMBROOK: Ed . . . . Albuquerque Pi Lambda Theta: Phi Alpha Theta. ELIZABETH BANKS: Ed ...... Albuquerque Alpha Chi Omega.: Senate: WRC, Pres: WUS: MNRAA, Pres: Phi Gamma Nu. CHARLES BANKSTONg Engl' .... Albuquerque ASME: Pi Tau Sigma, VP: Sigma Tau: Kappa Mu Epsilon. HILDRITH YUMPY BARKER: Engr . . Artesia Sigma Chi: Varsity football: USCF: IFC. JUDY BARNHISELQ AS . . Albuquerque Delta Delta Delta. . Q 9 3 PATSY BLAIR: AS . . . . . . . . Albuquerque Freshman Secy-Treas: Junior Secy-Treas: Mortar Board: Spurs, Pres: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres: Student Court: Cultural Comm. USCF: Rally Com: Pan Hellenic Council: Outstanding Junior Woman : Who's Who. DUANE BLICKENSTAFFQ AS . . Albuquerque Sigma Chi : Pre-Med Club: Khatali. JACK BOBROFF' Ed ........ Albu uer ue y fl Cl Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pres: Varsity Tennis: AFROTC. BRIAN BOGGS: Engr ...... . Albuquerque Pi Kappa Alpha: Sigma Tau : ASME. FRAN BONNYMAN: AS ....... Santa Fe Pi Beta Phi: Waterlous, Pres: Rally Com: Senate: Ski Club: Westphalia: Pi Sigma Alpha: Who's Who: Athletic Committee: Student Council. BALS BRAZIL: Ed . . . Albuquerque were CHARLES BATSEL: BA . . Albuquerque Kappa Alpha. JOHN BAUER: Engr . . Mancos, Colorado Sigma Chi, Treas: Chi Epsilon: Sigma Tau: NROTC, Battalion Exec. Officer. MARILYN BEBBER: Ed . . Albuquerque Alpha Chi Omega: Newman Club: Waterlous: PEMM: WRC: Chorus. JAMES BEERS: BA . . . Albuquerque OREN BENTON: BA . . . Albuquerque Beta Alpha. JANE BLAIR: AS . . . Clovis Alpha Chi Omega. -,l l I ze ERNEST BREWER Ed Tucumcan Intramurals Phi Delta Theta OSGOOD BRIDCER Phaim Albuqueique Kappa Psi Newman Club Drum D Su.y Txeus Club de las Americas Seey Txr-as CEST- - QV " Wag. Q f mln 35" ,, a 1 ' E r WE xp-WM -is : . ,V .0 . . . U ag: MQ, . . I' ' LV , , ' : H .. M j 3 , , fnfi. A".:..., aaigiggfr' MARY ANN BROCKMAN, AS . . Cailsbad D -1 luzlr - Q - - E: : - , -' - - : :': 3 znz V . ff' A .:l' i I Y ' - 3 Q ' 3:5123 . .. DICK BROWN: Ed . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon : Lettex'men's Club. . . . Albuquerque JAMES BROWN: BA . Ski Club: Dorm Council. . Lordsburg . Amarillo MARALYN BUDKE: AS . . . Dorm Pres: WUS: Kappa Alpha Theta, Pres: Rally Com: Spurs, Trowa: Publications Board: Pi Sigma Alpha, Secy-Treas: Mortar Board. Pres : Who's Who. 1 r 4 1 4 w l i , ' i swlg f3a53 4.53 H fggwgnigg ffl . AUDREY BUELL: AS . . . British Columbia, Canada Geology Club : Anthropology Club: Fencing Club. MINTA SUE BUNN: Ed ....... Albuquerque Mortar Board, Treas: Pi Lambda Theta: Spurs: Soph. VP: Delta Delta Delta, Pres: USCF, VP: Panhellenic Council: Phi Kappa Phi : Who's Who: Sr. Sccy-Treas. MARY BURMEISTER: Ed ...... Albuquerque Alpha Chi Omega: Pi Lambda Theta: Panhellenic Council. DALE BURNWORTH: Engr . . Albuquerque Chorus : ASME. RAY BRYNESQ Ed . . . Cedar Rapids, Iowa RAYMOND CAINSKI: Engr. . . Albuquerque AIEE-IRE : Engineering Council. gag, ms .mg ms- R.. n an ,yr- f-uu li we 1 . mm V -W mug K W v CONN IE CHAVEZ: BA ....... Albuquerque Pi Beta Phi : Newman Club : PEMM : Rally Com. DAVID CHAVEZ: Engr . . Albuquerque ASCE. ROBERT CHAVEZ: FA . . Chimayo JOHN CHEEKQ Engr .... Truth or Consequences Chi Epsilon: Sigma Tau: ASCE: Senate: Engineering Council. JOHN CHISOLMg AS ........ Albuquerque Sigma. Chi, VP: Phi Sigma: Pre-Med Club, Pres: Khatali: Who's Who : Sr. Class Pres. JO ANN CLAUVE: AS ....... Albuquerque Spurs: SUB Program Directorate: SUB Board, Chm : Mademoiselle College Board: Kappa Omicron Phi, Secy: Soph. VP: Alpha Delta Pi: AWS: Mortar Board, VP: Who's Who: Mirage Editor. , ,um . Y - if ..,..M,.. '.,,..u ., PEW-2 we Bm Qi Eye , H E-we ,- -1 if-f LUELLEN CAMPBELL: Ed . Albuquerque Home Ee Club, Pres : Rally Com : FTA, VP: Chorus: Alpha Delta Pi: SUB Club, Secy: SUB Directorate: State Home Ec Assn., Seey. ELOY CAMPOS: AS . . Albuquerque Chorus: Sociology Club. JACK CARNAHAN: AS ..... Hobbs Senate: IFC: Sinzmn. Chi, Pres: Vigilantes: Khatali: AFROTC, Exec. Officer: Kappa Mu Epsilon. BOB CARVEg Engr . . Albuquerque ASME. DON CHAMBLISS: BA . . Utica, Michigan Alpha Phi Omega. HOWARD CHANDON: Engr . Albuquerque AIEE-IRE : Sigma Tau. B is fl 'ear -is as f TOM COCHRAN: Ed .... Albuquerque AFROTC-, Drill Team Cmdr: Kappa Sigma, Pres. BEN COHEN: BA . Delta Sigma Pi. . Albuquerque DURWARD COLBERT: Pharm Albuquerque ARLIN COOPER: Engr. . . Albuquerque Phi Kappa Phi: Khatnli: Sigma. Alpha Epsilon : Kappa Mu Epsilon : Sigma Tau: USCF: Intramural Council: IRE: Who's Who. JOHN COOPER: Engr . Falls Church, Va. BSU, Pres: Sigma Tau: ASME: Kappa Mu Ep- silon: Wardroom Society. MARLENE CORN: Ed ..... Roswell Senate: Waterlous: Chi Omega: WRA: Pi Lambda Theta. - J fiif-55 .,. JAMES CRAMERQ Engr ....... Albuquerque Sigma Alpha Epsilon : ASCE: Sigma Tau : Chi Epsilon: Wrestling: Lettermen's Club: AFROTC. GARY CRAWFORD: FA . USCF. ROBERT CRIST: Engr . Sigma Chi : ASCE : Baseball. . Farmington . La Mesa, California SALLY CROOK: Ed ........ Albuquerque BSU: Cheerleader: Rally Com: Senate: Phi Alpha Theta. BILLIE JUNE CROW: Ed . Alpha Chi Omega : Rally Com. LEONARD DAGUEQ Engr . . Newman Club : Wardroom Society 3 . Albuquerque . Junction City, Kansas Sigma Tau 1 IRE-AIEE. is ROBERT DIERMAN: Ed .... Tenefiy, New Jersey Dorm Council: IFC: Senate: Newman Club: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres: Kappa Kappa Psi, Pres: Vigilantes: Phi Alpha Theta: Phi Sigma: Student Council: Khatali : Band: Who's Who. BOB DINEEN: Engr ........ Albuquerque ASCE: Sigma Tau: Kappa Mu Epsilon : Chi Epsilon. SUE DOMEIER: AS ..... Madison, New Jersey Pi Beta Phi: Student Council: Panhellenic Council, Pres: Student Activities Comm.: USCF: Rally Com, Treas: Who's Who. ENID DOUGLAS: AS . . Socorro JOHN DOYLE: Ed .... . Albuquerque BSU: IAA : Iota Lambda Sigma. RICHARD DRAKE: Engr . .... . Clovis Phi Delta Theta: Varsity football: Who's Who. CHARLOTTE DAVIS: Ed .... Roswell Kappa Kappa Gamma: USCF: Pi Lambda Theta. JANE DAY: Ed ...... Albuquerque Town Club: BSU: Senate: Homecoming Queen. CHRISTOPHER DePALMA: Ed Albuquerque Newman Club. DON DeVARGAS: AS ..... Espanola Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Newman Club: Club de las Americas. DOROTHY DICKINSON: Ed . Albuquerque Mortar Board, Secyg Chi Omega, Secy: Phi Gamma Nu, Treas: Spurs : Pi Lambda Theta: AWS: Senate : Who's Who. THEODOSIA DICUS: FA Ranchos de Taos Pitlieta Phi, Pres: Riding' Club, Pres: Sigma Alpha o a. A A, A LA, AAAEA , ,X , BARBARA DUENKEL: FA . . . Roswell AWS: Dorm Pres: MENC, Pres: Senate: Student Council: Six-:mn Alnhn Iota, Pres: Mortar Board: Who's Who. CLAUDETTE DUPLENTIS: Ed Albuquerque Spurs: Kappa Kumm Gamma: USCF: Rzv.llyCom. JAMES DURRETT: BA . . . Albuquerque Sizmu Chi : Student Senate. ELIZABETH EARICKSON: Ed . Los Lunas Band: Newman Club: House Council. SHERILL J. ECKHOUSE: Ed . Los Alamos Phmtcrcs : Inter-Religious Council: Hillel, Pres Q Phi Gamma Nu: Pi Lambda Theta. JIM ECONOMIDES: Ed. . . Albuquerque LeLl,ermcn's Club, VP: Sigma Alplxu Epsilon: Base- bnlll P. E. Clnh. p .p .... -,.., ,C M ...M K S .6 X er Hua ,EE 11 xx f Ry : RENEE ECONOMIDES: AS ..... Albuquerque ,, .is Li 1 K Tennis Club: Home Ec Club, Pres : Kappa Omicron Phi, Treas. TIM E LSBROOKQ Pharm ...... Albuquerque Sigma Alpha Epsilon : Newman Club : Alpha Phi Omega. ROBERT ERVIN: BA . . . . . Albuquerque Alpha Kappa Psi: Commerce Council. JAN EVATTg BA . ..... . Albuquerque Chi Omega. Treas: Camvus Chest. JOE FERGUSON: AS Sigma Alpha Epsilon : V JO FERRELL: Ed . Kappa Omicron Phi. arsity Tennis Albuquerque Albuquerque 97 : H l .L . MORRIS FRANKSg AS . . . Albuquerque BSU : Geology Club. BARBARA JOAN FREDERICHg AS . . Albuquerque Town Club: Newman Club: Asst. TV and Radio Program Dir. RICHARD FRENCHg AS Business Mgr. N. M. Lobo. ROGER FRYER3 BA . Sigma Chi. HUGH T. FULTONg BA . Kappa Alpha, VP. ROBERT GAULTQ Engr . ASME, Chairman. . Albuquerque San Gabriel, California . Albuquerque . Albuquerque ROGER FIGGEQ Ed .... Albuquerque SAMUEL FLETCHERg Engr . Albuquerque ASME. JAMES FLEMINGQ Ed . . . Albuquerque Kappa Sigma: Varsity Basketball: Intramural Igu?bgll:bFootballg Track: Community Chest, Chm: . . u . NANCY FOREQ Ed .... . . Estancia Kappa Kappa Gamma: Phi Gamma Nu: Kappa Omicron Phig Rodeo Club: RallyCom: Forensic Honor Society. WALTER FOXQ BA . . Kenosha, Wisconsin Delta Sigma Pi. GENE FRANCHINIg BA . . Albuquerque Pi Kappa Alpha: Alpha Kappa Psi: Forensic De- bate Team : Senate. -rw f DICK GEEQ Phurm . . Albuquerque Kulllm Psi. SAM GEEg Pharm . . Albuquerque Kupmi Psi. ROBERT GHATTAS3 AS . Beirut, Lebanon Xosrllio Club, Pres: Senate: USCF: Lambda Chi p u. KENNETH GIBSONQ AS . . . Belen GWENDOLYN GIDEONQ Ed . Albuquerque Home Eu Club. SUSAN GLENQ FA . . Albuquerque Ski Club: Rodeo Club. X n I. l' 1 -am 3354 was HE B E e a , au . "main A i WWE? W Q as Qi aan. -r' -, -fa fm i W is sits A - :sm hi. .-ww. me ' Y "--iam' S i l fx ' in . fm'x:3z?EjgIQ gig my B Exam sm me msn mms s n 1 is 5 :list BQQISJKB Hessian E H a my was Fei PAT GLOSS: Ed .......... Albuquerque Town Club, Treas: USCF: Wesley 3 WRC: AWS: Kappa Phi. RONALD GLOVETSKIQ Ed . . Spring Valley, Illinois Football 5 Baseball. DICK GOETZMAN3 BA ....... Albuquerque Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasg Commerce Council, Presg Delta Sigma Pi, Presg Senate: Mirage Business Manager. RICHARD GOMEZg Pharm . Kappa Psi. LEONARD GOODELLg BA . Pi Kappa Alpha, Treas. WILLIAM GRANTg AS . Kappa Sigma. . Roswell Albuquerque Albuquerque DAVID HAWLEYg Ed ....... Albuquerque Kappa Kappa Psi, Pres: Band: Orchestra: Wind Ensemble: MENC. JOAN HEATON: AS ........ Albuquerque Kappa Kappa Gamma: RallyCom: Spurs: USCF: Mirage. LOTTIE BETH HEDGECOXEQ AS . . Roswell Delta Delta Delta, Pres. BETTY HEGGIE3 BA .... . Albuquerque Delta Delta Delta: RallyCom 5 USCF. MARIAN HENRY Q FA . . Albuquerque Sigma Alpha Iota. JOYCE HEMSING: BA ........ Santa Fe Bandelier, Pres: Marron, VP: Spurs: Band: Orchestra: Wind Ensemble. ALBERT GRUBESIC: BA . . Albuquerque Alpha Kappa Psi. MARCELIA GUTIERREZ: AS Albuquerque gewman Club: Home Ee Club: Kappa Omicron Phi, FCS. TOM GUTIERREZ: Engr . . . Roswell Newman Club: ASME: NROTC. EDWARD HARDIN: BA . . Albuquerque Senate: MVD Dorm Council: Warclroom Society. PHILLIP C. HARRIS: Ed . . Albuquerque Lettermen's Club: Football: AFROTC: Wrestling: Los Fells. DOTTIE HARROUNQ FA . . . Carlsbad Pi Beta Phi, VP: Mortar Board: Spurs: Outstand- ing Frosh. and Soph. Woman: USCF, Pres: Phi Sigma Iota, Secy: RaIlYCom: Senate Cultural Comm.: AWS: Cosmo Club: WRC: Phi Kappa Phi: Who's Who. Z5-qu GRACE HERNANDEZQ Ed . Albuquerque PEMM, VP: WRA, Secy: SUB Club: Newman Club: Club dc las Americas: Who's Who. ROBERT HILLg AS . Arkansas City, Kansas AFA: Phi Sigma Iota, VP: Student Forum, Pres: Khatali: Pi Kappa, Alpha: Publications Board: ylillitury Affairs Council: Phi Kappa Phi: Who's o. JAMES H. HINES3 Engr . . Albuquerque AFROTC: AFA 1 ASME. KATHARINE HINES3 Ed . . Albuquerque Chi Omega: WRA, Pres: Aws. MARY HINESg Ed . . . . Albuquerque Band 5 Ncwmnn Club : Pi Lambda Theta. DAVID HOLT5 Engl' .... Silver City Sixzmu. Alpha Epsilon 1 Sigmn. Tnu : Wurdroom Society: AIChEg Vigiluntesz Khntnli: Canterbury Club: Who's Who. I if T Q 1 Council Secy Senate RallyCom USCF 1 . . i ," '-- ,ff If r 1 102 JEANETTE JURIC: AS ....... Albuquerque Kappa Alpha Theta: PEMM: Newman Club: WRA: Forensics. MIKE KEEHAN: Engr ....... Albuquerque AIChE, Secy: Newman Club: Intramurals. VERNON KERR: Engr . . Albuquerque Kappa Sigma: ASCE, Pres. ALFRED KILPATRICK: Pharm . . Wentmore Kappa Psi: APhA. HELEN KIMBELL : BA ....... Albuquerque AWS: IAWS Correspondent: Chi Omega, Secy: Modern Dance Club: RallyCom: Commerce Council. ELSIE KIRKPATRICK: Ed ..... Albuquerque Alpha Chi Omega, Treas: Phi Gamma Nu: AWS. BRUCE JAGGER: Engr . Lingle, Wyoming Tau Kappa Epsilon : Wrestling: AIChE. SALOMON JARAMILLO: Ed . . . Bosque NANCY JENNINGS: Ed . . Albuquerque BSU. DONNELLY JOHNSON: Engl' Albuquerque Kappa Kappa Psi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Tau: AIEE, Secy: Band: AFROTC. NANCY JOHNSTON: AS . . Albuquerque Anthropology Club: Kiva Club: Geology Club: SUB Program Directorate: Town Club. GARY JUDD: Engr . . Albuquerque Football : ASME. I i. A 6' GEORGE KOCH 5 BA .... Albuquerque Delta Sigma Pi, Secy : Phi Kappa Phi. PAUL KULKAg AS . . Detroit, Michigan Newman Club: Geoloxry Club, Pres: Wardroom Society : Sigma Gamma Epsilon. WILLIAM KUNKELQ Engr . Albuquerque ' AIChE. STANLEY KUSYQ Pharm AL LaGUARDIAg AS . . Pi KIIDUB Alpha: Phi Sigma: MAX LAREQ AS . Anthropology Club. el Chicago, Illinois . . Albuquerque Pre-Med Club. Dexter I . .. M MZ:-ggkm J K-nu. Wigsaus aww sw 5 H H meffmli H BBB" Mlm X-mmm . W-JQEWX QW' 'Q Us me 'nm K . Q gpm Zu N . BERT LEDBETTERQ AS Phi Delta Theta. LOUIS LEUPOLDg Engr AIChE. LOWELL LEWIS5 BA Beta Alpha. PORKY LEYVAQ Engr . Lette:-men's Club Q PEMM ' 1 g Los Feds. ANGELA LOEFFELQ FA . . . Winnetka, Illinois Kappa Kappa Gamma: RallyCom. is , Z... in n is ,, . ,, , - i Q,fi..,w2f-g H Q gym H il- is 'J . Santa Fe Albuquerque Albuquerque . Carlsbad JEAN LOHMANNg AS . . Garden City, Kansas 'ii RAY LUTZ: Engr . ........ Albuquerque Tau Kappa Epsilon : ASME, Secy: Choir: Senate: Wesley Club. MIRIAM MCCLUNEY: AS . . . Lexington, Oklahoma MARTHA McCULLOCH: FA ..... Albuquerque Band: Chorus: Spurs: Sigma Alpha Iota: Canterbury Club: MENC: Phi Kappa Phi. ROBERT MCKELVEY: BA . . . Albuquerque WILLIAM MCKIM: Engr. . . . Albuquerque ASME: Sigma Tau: Pi Tau Sigma. RUTH MCKINLEY: BA . . Alamogordo CARL LONGEROT: Engr . . Albuquerque Kappa Alpha: Sigma Tau: AIEE: IKE. MARVIN LOPER: AS Santa Ana, California Kappa Sigma: Student Council: Wardroom Society: Klmtali : Jr. Class Pres: Who's Who. JERRY LOTT: Engr ...... Clovis AIChE, Treas: Engineer's Council: Student Coun- cil: Lettermen's Club: Football: Kappa Mu Epsilon : Phi Kappa Phi: Who's Who. ISAAC LUCERO: BA . . Albuquerque Alpha Kappa Psi. JOSE LUNA: Engr . . Albuquerque OLINDA LUNA: Ed ...... Velarde Phrateres, Pres: Phi Gamma Nu, Secy: Sigma Alpha Iota : AWS: MENC: Dorm Council. MONTE MCMICHAELQ Engr . Albuquerque Knppn Alpha: Bzmd: Kappa Kappa Psi: AFROTC. C. R. McNEELYg BA . . . Albuquerque MAXINE MCNETTQ FA . Denver, Colorado Delta Delia Delta 1 USCF 1 AWS. BRUCE MACKELDUFF3 AS Albuquerque lgfmfilizl. Sigma: ASTM: ASCE: Geology Club: Ski f U 1. MICHAEL MAINZQ Engr Panama City, Fla. AIChE: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Tau: Newman Club: Intramurals. PATTY MAKERQ Ed .... Albuquerque Pi lletn Phi: Kappa Phi: Panhellcnic: Chorus: Senate: Sigma Alpha Iota. Q. 'ik JEAN MANDELLg AS . . Canutillo, Texas Canterbury Club. MYRA MANTONg Ed ........ Albuquerque Alpha Delta Pi: Sigma Alpha Iota: USCF: RallyCom: FTA. TINO MANZANARESQ AS . . Rawlins, lVyoming Newman Club. SHERMAN MARSHQ AS . . Albuquerque KAYE MARTINg FA ........ Albuquerque Kappa Alpha Theta: Ski Club: RallyCom. CHARLENE MASONQ Ed ...... Albuquerque Alpha Chi Omega, Secy: Spurs: USCFQ WUSg Phi Kappa Phi. HH - E Elm aafs afafm1--' aggcgiwgwgs H Y W., I ., E an aigrgigw.. m I -. ' '-'nn' ,, r. ' -H W H ., ' 5 . . i . gn . fa "1 , ,f Q a 1 x rg : - E I , .. A Q "Y 5' 4 .n n .3 .... if . ,.: jg . . . V 1 J 2 FS - A J - f Efis: W .L Sm of I X .gag N I . . X , , ml . ORLANDO MIERA: BA . . . Delta Sigma, Pi, Secy: Beta Alpha, VP: Commerce Council, Treas: Senate. . . . . . Bernalillo JACK MILLER: Engr . . Albuquerque ASCE. JERRY MILLER: Engr ...... Wichita, Kansas Phi Delta Theta : Basketball Mgr: Senate: Lettermen's Club: PEMM, Pres: Intramural Council: Athletic Committee. JUNE MILLS: AS ......... Austin, Texas Kappa Kappa Gamma: Waterlous: RallyCom: Canterbury Club. JOHN MOHLENRICH: AS . . Albuquerque ERNESTINE MONTOYA: Ed . . Wagon Mound Newman Club : Phrateres : AWS. we Q a an wa QSM ,.. s ass. . w a uma mana s- a wi a BOB MATTEUCCI: AS . . . Albuquerque Student Body, Pres, VP: Student Council: Sigma. Chi: Soph, Pres: Vigilantfs: Khatali: Outstanding Soph Man: Phi Alpha Theta: AFROTC Honor Cadet : Who's Who. MARY MATTEUCCI: AS . . Albuquerque Kappa Kappa Gamma: Student Affairs Committee: Sp urs : Panhellenic. JAMES MAY: Engr .... Albuquerque ASME : Pi Tau Sigma, Treas : Sigma Tau. VERNE MELTON: AS . . . Albuquerque Tau Kappa Epsilon : Economics Club. MICHAEL MEYER: AS . . Albuquerque Pi Kappa Alpha: Khatali: Phi Sigma Iota: Club de las Americas: Senate: Hillel: Who's Who. ANTONIO MIERA: BA . . Bernalillo Delta Sigma Phi. Fi... , Xl. WSW aff. Hx .pltsayiiziu B1 . was 2' s ua Y ROLAND MONTOYAQ BA . . Albuquerque Delta Sigma Pi. BILL MOREHEADQ AS . . Santa Fe Los Feds. DAVE MORGAN: BA . . . Albuquerque -'53 Pi Sixzma Pi: Kappa Alpha: Commerce Council. JAMES MORRIS: BA . . . Albuquerque Fresh.. Pres: Senate: Baseball: Lettermen's Club: l Sigma Alpha. Epsilon : RalIyCom, Pres. HARVEY MORSE: Ed Pi Kappa Alphu: Baseball. JIM MULLINS: AS . Alpha Phi Omega: Chorus: . . Santa Fe . . . Albuquerque Rodey Theater. 1. was , mm is -we . Eve 'mi ll Sym . 1 E DANIEL MYER: BA . . Monte Vista, California PAUL MYERS: AS . . Raton Geology Club : Tennis. HARRY MYRCKg AS . . Gallup J. B., NICKELLg Pharm . . Albuquerque Kappa Psi : APhA. CAROLYN NIELSEN: AS ...... Albuquerque Kappa Kappa Gamma: Phi Sigma: Senate: Student Court: Stu- dent Council: Lobo Society Editor: Mirage: Ral1yCom: Water- lous : Who's Who. PETER NOLASCO: BA . . Albuquerque Football 3 Baseball. an 107 ss EQ . egg g if ': -'ss ,yi H- We -Er! ,,,. E . ss BILLY PATTENQ Ed Football. DAVE PECSOKQ BA Delta Sigma Pi. DENNIS PENAg Phar APhA, Pres: Senate Kappa P51 Band Vlgllantes Newman Club 1 Alpha Phi Omega GLEN PHILLIPSg Ed Albuquerque HARRY POMEROYg AS Haydenvllle, Massachusetts Kappa Alpha, Pres: Alpha Ph: Omega Geology Club IFC FRED POMPEOg Ed Maxwell DON PORTERFIELD: Engr . Albuquerque AIEE-IRE. CAROL RAINEY: AS . . Phoenix, Arizona USCF: Spurs: Phi Sigma lotn: RullyCom: Kappa Koppel Gummu. SHELDON RAIZES: Engl' . . Albuquerque Chi Epsilon g ASCE: Hillel: llilwlmll. WILLIAM RAMALHO: AS . Albuquerque Silrnm Gnmmn Epsilon : Geolnlzy Club. FREDERIC RAMSEIERQ AS . Albuquerque Siirmn Gamma Epsilon : Newman Club. MINNIE LOU RANDALL: Ed . . . Taos Alpha Chi Omeun.: Chorus: RallyCom. Qi 7 il ,se -'fllygfgwea-H , mei.-an - Himsa . W,-.fl A . l fkiwisa mis. .. K c is RALPH RANDOLPH: AS . . . . Albuquerque Anthropology Club : Phi Alpha Theta. FRANCINE RAPERg AS .... - . . Albuquerque BSU, Pres: Home Economies Club: Kappa Omicron Phi: Town Club 3 AWS. GARY RAPER: Engr ........ Los Alamos BSU: Kappa Mu Epsilon : Sigma Tau : ASME. EARL RATLIFF: BA . . . Albuquerque Phi Kappa Phi: Beta Alpha. CHARLES LESTER RAY: BA . . Albuquerque GINNY RAY: AS . . . . . Palm Desert, California Kappa Alpha Theta: RallyCom: WUS: Spurs: Phi Alpha Theta. ARLENE ROLLIE: Ed ....... . Gallup Kappa Kappa Gamma: Modeling Squad : Mirage. NORMAN ROOT: Engr ........ Santa Fe Alpha Phi Omega: Kappa Kappa Psi: ASME. RICHARD ROWE: Engr . . Albuquerque IRE-AIEE. JACK SADOSUKg Ed . . Socorro GILBERT ST. CLAIR: AS ...... Albuquerque Khatali: Phi Kappa Phi: AFROTC: AFA: Arnold Society: USCF: University Forum: Senate. GENE SAMBERSON: BA . . Hobbs Vigilantes, Pres: Sigma Chi, Pres. MAX READ: AS ...... Lumberton Fewman Club: Club de las Americas: Phi Sigma ata. JEAN REARDON: Ed . . . Albuquerque Alpha Delta Pi: AWS, Pres: Waterlous, Pres: WRC: Newman Club: Spurs: Mortar Board: Pi Lambda Theta.: Phi Kappa Phi: Who's Who. RICHARD REINERT: Engr . Albuquerque Senate: AFA: Delta Sigma Phi. Pres. RICHARD RINALDIQ Ed . . . C. R. ROBINSON: BA . . Sigma Chi. LYNDON ROBINSON: AS . . Bernalillo Albuquerque . Corona f if JOSEPH SANCHEZ: Ed . . Albuquerque Khutuli: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Lett.ermcn's Club: Student Court: Phi Alpha Theta: AFROTC: Ar- nolzl Air Society: Newman Club: SUB Club: Tennis. JOE SANDOVAL: Engr ..... Raton AIA: Alpha Phi Omega: Newman Club: AFROTC, Drill Team. WARD SANFORD: BA . . Albuquerque Delta Sitzma Pi. MANUEL SAUCEDO: BA . . Lordsburg' Bnnd: Newman Club: Beta Alpha: Tau Kappa Ep- silon. Treus 3 Senate. R. SCHNORMEIER: AS Lamberton, Minn. Geolol-'ry Club. RACHEL SENA: Ed .... Albuquerque Pi Lambda Thetu: Newman Club. M w , if--.1 A liar w mx, V ld 'l ,Y n-l. .. A xZ.......1l1:.. .l Lf .L 4 wif .ms v" a Q-ce ss . Hmm uw. a ss ss F, In up as W . ad' 'Ex mf?-sz. 4. l JOHN SHEPHERD: Ed . . . . Maxwell IAA: Iota Lambda Sigma: Senate. DONALD SHOCKEY: Ed . . Mountainair Anthropology Club: BSU. BETTY SMITH: Ed . . . . Albuquerque Town Club, Pres : BSU: Chorus. CHARLES STEPHENS: Eng-r . . . Phoenix, Arizona Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres. JUDY STERMER: Ed .......... Belen Town Club: AWS: Senate: Newman Club: Publications Board. ALICE STERRETT: AS . . Dexter 112 'X WY . 'Q 3 I X. GEORGE SWAIN: Engr ....... Albuquerque IRE: USCF: Kappa Mu Epsilon : Sigma Tau: Phi Kappa Phi. PATTIE TATE: BA ........ Albuquerque Alpha Delta Pi: Phi Gamma Nu: Newman Club. FRANK TAULLI: Ed . . . Albuquerque SHIRLEY TEETER: BA ...... Albuquerque Band: Chorus: Spurs: RallyCom: Wesley Club: SUB Directorate, Secy: Phi Gamma Nu, Pres: Alpha Delta Pi, Pres: Mortar Board: Senate: Commerce Council, VP: Sr. VP: AWS: USCF: Who's Who: Panhellenic Council. VITA TERAUDS: BA . . . . Santa Fe Phi Gamma Nu : Cosmo Club. CHARLES THAYER: AS . . . Albuquerque Alpha Phi Omega: Pre-Med Club. JIM STEVENS: AS .... Albuquerque AFROTC: Military Affairs Council, Secy: Rifle Team: Swimming: Wrestling: Track: Lettermcn's Club, Pres: Intramural Council, VP: Senate: Waterlous II-Ionorary rnemberlg Athletic Commit- tee: Miruxze: Club :lc las Americas: Sigma Phi Iota. JACK STOBIE: Ed .... Albuquerque IAA: Lettcrmerfs Club: linsclmll. JOSE SUAZO: Engl' ..... Espanola ASME: Sixrma Alpha Epsilon: Sigma Tau, VP: Pi Tau Sigma, Prcs: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Senate: Niwmnn Club: IAA, Secy: Phi Kappa Phi: Who's W 0. MARJORIE SUCHOMEL: AS Brookfield, Ill. DOUGLAS SUTTIE: Engr . Albuquerque AFROTC: AFA : ASME. MILA SVENSSON: FA . . Albuquerque Jefferson Club: USCF : Cosmo Club. P 4 gl' ,. I L 4 ' JV P- 'A ' in r . lg, 1 'I W ' I 7 I z Z: GLENN THORNTON: AS. . . Carrizozo Dorm Pres: Dorm Council: Vigilanles, Secy: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Khutnli, Secy: AFA: Senate: Court Justice: Wesley Club: Who's Who. HOWARD THURMOND: Engr Albuquerque Pi Tuu Sigma : ASME, Treas. LEWIS TILLMAN: AS . . Albuquerque RAYMOND TORICK: Engr Pittsburgh, Penn. NROTC : Wnrrlroom Society : ASME. MAURICE TRUMBLE3 Engl' Albuquerque Kappa Sigma: ASCE. ROBERTA UTTER: FA . . Albuquerque Pi Bern Phi g WRC. - 1 A ba I ll . ,- -, ' .'g.4,..,.1g.',,, 11.23 J,"L5,l,Q.-zif.L1L..3Q'f fb if ' E WE' me if Ekmmif 5 H25 W m :EA I H ze -sua EB? 5 mmm 'B u- 5 lmlmw sm B9 W SS W5 su wauwwu 5 ART VALDEZQ AS ......... Albuquerque Basketball: Newman Club: Club de las Americas. R. D. VAN DERCK: FA . . Albuquerque Sigma Alpha Iota. JOHN VAUGHNg AS . . . . Albuquerque Kiva Club: Anthropology Club. EUGENE WALKER: Ed ....... . Hobbs Dorm Council: Student Council: Rodey Theater. MACK WALLER: AS .... . Fort Sumner Kappa sigma, VP: IFC: AFROTC. WILLIAM WARD: Engu- . Albuquerque DAVID WARNOCK: AS . . . Alamogordo Choir: Orchmtra: Band: Forensics: BSU: Ward- room Society. 5- GAYLE WEST: Ed . . . . Albuquerque Chi Omega, Pres: Pi Lambda Theta: Spurs: Cam- pus Improvement Committee: WUS: Band. IRA WHITE: Engr .... Albuquerque Pres: Sigma Tau: Honor Roll: Phi Kappa l. JEAN WILLIAMS: Ed . . . Albuquerque Pi Beta. Phi: Phi Gamma Nu: Pi Lambda Theta: Senate: AWS: Spurs. JAMES WILSON: Ed . . Albuquerque MARION WILSON: BA . . Amarillo, Texas Phi Gamma Nu: Phi Kappa Phi: Dorm VP: Chorus : NAACP. E. T. WOMACK: BA ........ Albuquerque Delta Sigma Pi, Pres : Beta Alpha: Commerce Council. DONALD WOODARD: AS . . Gallup PhiDeltaTheta. ,K , JEAN ANN WOODMANSEE: Ed .... Los Lunas Rally Com: Alpha Delta Pi : FTA: Mirage: USCF. N W NANCY WOODRUFF: Pharm ..... Joliet, Ill. Delta Delta Delta : Waterlous 3 Canterbury Club. IN MEMORIAM MARIE ASHCRAFT BELOVED MEMBER OF CLASS OF 1957 who's who The students you see on these three pages are included in the Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges. The University of New Mexico is one of six- hundred and seventy-five institutions contributing to this annual publication. Students are selected according to scholastic attainment, participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities, citizenship and service to school, and promise of future usefulness. These people are some of the finest seniors at U.N.M. and could have no nicer tribute paid them than to be included in Who's Who. We of the Mirage along with the rest of the student body salute them. ' nl L BOB DIERMAN, MINTA SUE BUNN, BOB MATTEUCCI, GLENN MICHAEL MEYER, ROBERT l'lll.l., FRAN BONNYMAN, .lUl.lA THORNTON. GARCIA. m N 'l'I5 DICK DRAKE BARBARA DUENKEL MARALYN BUDKE JERRY LOTT JOSE SUAZO GRACE HERNANDEZ JEAN REARDON PHIL SAWDY CAROLYN NIELSEN BOB SANCHEZ DOTTIE HARROUN DOROTHY DICKINSON ARLIN COOPER JO ANN CLAUVE JERRY ADKISSON MARVIN LOPER BARBARA BROWN JACK CHISHOLM PATSY BLAIR SUE DOMEIER DAVID HOLT DICK GOETZMAN SHIRLEY TEETER --4 ff l U H vi xxx 'V' g Activity within itself is not creative, but rests one the strength of its participants. w g., -A ,L ,i , ,x. organization khatali Kneeling, Gilbert St. Clair, Arlin Cooper, Glenn Thornton, Robert Matteucci, Jerry Adkisson, Bill Dickinson. Standing, Jack Little, Robert Sanchez, Garnett Burks, Phil Sawdey, David Holt, Jack Carnahan, Robert Dierman, Marvin Laper, Albert Dennis, Lynn Parker, Howard Brawn, Jack Chisholm, Gene Blickenstatt, Robert Hill. officers President .,.. . ........,... Robert Matteucci Vice-President . , . . . , Jerry Adkisson Secretary .,.. . . , .Glenn Thornton Treasurer . . . , .Arlin Cooper The white K of Khatali, senior men's honorary, has been a traditional sign of leadership on the U.N.M. campus since 1923. Membership recognizes men who are outstanding in activities, scholarship, and character. Khatali's purpose is to assist the Student Council and the Administration of the University and to emphasize the traditions and customs. The group ushers at football games, gives freshman orientation and registration aid, assists with the Homecoming coronation and Hanging of the Greens, and awards a scholarship annually. mortar boa rd o f f i c e r s President ,... .......,...... M aralyn Budke Vice-President .,.. ..... J o Ann Clauve Secretary . . ..... Dorothy Dickinson Treasurer ,.,. ..,.. M inta Sue Bunn Mortar Board is a national senior women's honorary based on scholarship, leadership, and service. Maia, the local chapter, was installed at the University in 1921. Mortar Board begins the year by sponsoring the freshman orientation program, and sell- ing community concert tickets to students. Their special proiect for the year was a series of lec- tures for campus leaders on parliamentary procedure. Mortar Board assists during Home- coming by directing the election and coronation of the Homecoming Queen, and selling mums for the game. The Hanging of the Greens, sponsored by Mortar Board, officially welcomes the Christmas season to the campus. Junior women with above-average grades are acknowledged with a tea. Stunt Night proceeds go to a scholarship for a foreign woman. Other activities are the Community Action Award, assisting with Honors Assembly, and the Senior Breakfast for women. Sitting, Dorothy Dickinson, Jo Ann Clouve, Maralyn Budke, Minta Sue Bunn. Standing, Dottie Harroun, Barbara Brown, Patsy Blair, Jean Reardon, Shirley Teeter, Barbara Duenkel. chakaa officers President ....,. .... P hil Taulbee Vice-President .... .... J ohn Anderson Secretary .... . . .Jack Strom Treasurer .... .... J im Maior Identifiable by their maroon iackets and grey slacks are the members of Chakaa, iunior men's honorary. Chakaa was organized in the fall of 1956. Among its proiects are Professor Snarf, ushering at football games, assisting in the Crusade for Freedom, and the Junior-Senior Prom. Membership is based on grades and predominantly an interest in campus activities. It has been quite active its first year on campus. Row one: Alan Gensemer, Chuck Machemehl, Lyle Raker, Phil Taulbee, Bob Diebold, Jack Strom, Park Sims. Row two: Ernest Melendez, Larry Hammack, Phil Cyr, Jim Major, Don Dearholt, Chuck Thompson. Row three, Mark Southard, John Anderson, John Cole, John Elder, Otto Raabe, Phil Mansur. Members not present: James Farris, Carlson Farley, Walter Kincaid, Lawson Phyfe, Paul Sweitzer, Larry Williams. spurs Row one: Ann Easley, Sandra Buergi, Judy Little, Mary Cooper, Ann Rasor, Denise Loper. Row two: Nancy Lalicker, Nancy Meister, Ann Mc- Evoy, Verda Darnell, Jean Bennett, Patty Dickinson, Judy Minces, Merle Van Atta, Pat Quinn, Barbara Jobes, Judy Nixon, LouElla Romero. Row three: Betty Jo Baker, Shirley Wood, Carolyn Cook, Pat Jones, Beverly Harris, Donna Rinn, Nancy Siebert, Marilyn Harton, Barbara Hunt, Laura Jane McMillen, Pat Tolmie, Harriet Kofalk, Helen Elser, Pat Brackeen, Sue Hartman, Ann Krummes, Donna Short. officers President .... ,........,. .... A n n Rasor Vice-President .... ..,. D enise Loper Secretary .,.. . . .Mary Cooper Treasurer .... .... J udy Little The sophomore women of UNM who wear the red and white spur are united in the purpose to promote school spirit and support all activities in which the student body participates. This national sophomore women's honorary was organized on the campus in 1939. Membership is based on college activities, dependability, democracy, and above average scholarship. Their services include assisting at freshmen orientation, selling football programs, working at the County Indian Hospital, and soliciting money for the Hungarian Relief Fund, and the Olympic Fund. 123 vigilantes Row one: Liet Isaacson, Bill Renfro, Bob Wolte, Jim Stevenson, Ed Samberson, Tom Lawson, Larry Rosier, John Taylor. Row two: Charles Stewart Bob Hanna, Bill Snead, Joel Rodgers, Ron Jones, Jerry Kleinfelcl, Winston Pickering, Fred Bowser, Eli McCullough, Bill Gerety, Bob Schnurr Wayne Wolf, Jim Snead, Jack Bresenham, Herb Shillingburg. officers President ....., ..,.. J ack Bresenham Vice-President ..., ...,..... B ill Snead Secretary ..,, .... E dward Samberson Treasurer . . . .,., Eli McCullough Vigilantes is an honorary organization of sophomore men selected on the basis of scholarship and extra-curricular activities. Vigilantes help with freshman orientation, usher at football games, as well as offering their services on other proiects. The main purpose of Vigilantes is to promote a more democratic spirit among the students on campus by encouraging them to participate in extra-curricular activities. Actions are now being taken to become attiliated with the national organ- ization of Vigilantes. 124 unm bar association Row one: Paul Gaetgens, Edwin Menken, Michael Sutin, Elmer Nitzschke, James O'Neill, Donald Bozeman, Earnest Smalling, Sam Jack, Liston Leyendecker. Row two: B. E. Witt, Jack Walker, Jr., Morris Stagner, Donald Ortiz, Garnett Burks, Paul Milan, Avenicio Lucero, John Tillman, Barbara Hail, Julia Southerland, Joan Linenthal, Reuben Caplan, Michael Gomez, William Kelley, V. R. Wycliffe, Robert Stiff, Charles Durrett. Row three: John Justis, Robert Stephenson, Sam Jones, W. J. Upton, Edgar Taylor, C. E. Barnhart, Jerome Willis, David Yount, Harlan Flint, F. S. Schrempl, Jerry Matkins, Frank Southerland, Bob White, Glenn Wicks. Row one: B. J. Stephens, Robert Pulaski, Marvin Baggett, David Southerland, Oliver Payne, Leonard Levy, John Isaacs, Russell Moore, Jim Mill- ing. Row two: Tommy Tualls, Lowell McKim, John Otto, Alfonso Sanchez, Ray Jones, Philip Manley, James Murphy, Roger Rudolph, Willa Cheek, James O'Toole, Reginald Garcia. Row three: Benjamin Dick, Lewis Campbell, Fred Watson, James Sidwell, Edward Merrilles, Thomas Arm- strong, Tom Lord, Jerry Rhodes, Kendall Schlenker, Felix Briones. 125 Frenzied labor before a dead- line is going on here as Paul Sweitzer, Eric McCrossen, Julian Wise, Danny Zeff, Sophia Chmura, and Sandra Buergi concentrate on who, what, where, and why. -'ev 'I26 w., vnu.. lobo The news is big, the time short and Lobo eclitor, Eric McCrossen, presents a blur of activity .... P.S. He macle it! lt's almost time forthe presses to roll so Eric, Julian, and Danny give a last check to the set up for the next Lobo. Glenn Bloom, in the foreground, is the foreman ofthe printing plant. Business manager, Dick French, draws layout tor those all im- portant ads which are the lifeblood of the Lobo. Night editors, Julian Wise, Jerry Brown, and Sophia Chmura and managing editor, Danny Zeft are working after hours to get a Lobo out on time. Il! .es t., iw egg wsr',F'it 2 ss K 'zz' st ra new W e ghwl we L-gicigmig ,K 3 3 X ww ,W Y 5? 1 new W s ., . . :-' ? W Society editor, Sandra Buergi, dips out welcome copy from the wastebasket while Julian Wise grimly pounds out the state of the world, nation, and UNM. Pclul Sweitzer checks on his last column. Ms . 5 The story must be a hot one and sports editor, Jerry Gross, is getting all the facts down. Reporters Wendy Bennett and Laura Tippin take a short break forthe camera. i 1 l 1 l l 1.5 12 in M 5:-1. .M .: , if.. 2. by - . N . lf: dw' ir. .5 mf' 1 V ....: i ,- ,r H513-fa HSL,-N u , ,- . Q ,-7 X - , fy Ptah. . -iff fu f - at air:-.aff-:s., . 4 'R , ,1 gg... we 2 ZF . if ,, , - ,Q ,,.. S ...EQ ju ss-7' N . s 'f wx, A ft Q .H fy 1 if ,, :L Q!-are ' .A . 2 -' f He: Q rf 'fx Our efficient editor-in-chief, Jo Ann Clauve carefully edits another page from her "dummy" Mirage. Top veteran sports editor, Jim Stevens, examines one of those hard to believe athletic shots while typist, Marilyn Teas, takes a rest. Our imaginative artist, Esther Sutin, measures, compares and then creates. mirage We will have these moments to remember . . . . There were hectic moments of press- ing deadline, frightened moments of lost copy or photos, but best of all there were the moments when we thought how much this book would mean to you and our- selves in the future - then we worked re- newed. The Mirage, like its namesake is but a collection of the shadows of reality. Our cameras and our words caught mere fleeting seconds of ioy, triumph, tension, friendship, or of you .... WW. Greek editor, Marilyn Johnson looks on while assistant feature Jim Miles, layout editor, draws one of the myriad lines he drew editor, Dot Julian beats out some feature copy. Jo Ann Tate, for this book while typist Frances Short checks on a name for assistant faculty editor, looks longingly at the typewriter which spelling. she needs to type that endless list of faculty. 128 129 5 ,-fr". Hx H K A .f 1253715 H L .,.-Q. t We. 5 i fist .. M . gm, 962' ng' Q' n , " ,Q 4 U: jf., I 4' S Wasps . .-Yr, ' is m Class editor, Ruth Ballenger, and Trudy Gill, assistant copy editor, seem to have found something amusing as they check spelling for one ofthe pages. ,. 152' f02,, 1. t . - riff-.eg Sw f new f Typist, Carol Kutnewsky, Feature Editor, Beverly Orr, and Organ- ization Editor, Alice Blue, compare photos and layout before beginning work on their individual sections of the book. Joel Barrett was the principal photographer for the Mirage this year. Jerry Brown and Jerry Gross also helped with the photography. Mary Wagner, Faculty Editor, smiles as she looks at some photographs while Gloria Griffin, Copy Ed- itor, concentrates on finishing some copy for the next deadline. Wilfgwdi all mqfiiaimfix-M' ?TKw'H M5 SIE' qi, warms skirts Q s lams, Ms saws mis is ss. f ww?-ss '-", :-I-:salt Ms wt Ms w ,sit as my -mga :N ms.. Q MSW it ,Blawg--Wim E ea - k wa erase H , . s is FH' is 3- if l Howard Brown me . g 3 ig , Th rift l 4 A- Wayne McAchran alpha phi omega officers President ...... .....,..,... ...,. J i m Mullins Vice-President ..,....... ,... H oward Brown Corresponding Secretory . . . .... Larry Williams Recording Secretory ..... ..,,. H ershel Hill Alpha Phi Omega stands for s-e-r-v-i-c-e on the UNM campus. This national service fraternity established Delta Tau Chapter at UNM in 1946. A Phi O performs a wide scope of services for campus, community, and country. On the campus members aid with registration and freshman orientation and counseling, direct card stunts and usher at football games, make daily visits to the infirmory, check campus bulletin boards, serve as parade marshals of the homecoming parade, and decorate the campus buildings with luminarios for homecoming and fiesta. Other services include those to the youth and community. They sponsor the annual Christmas Toy Dance through which toys are ob- tained to give to underprivileged children, an Easter Egg Hunt for these children, and o Scouting Exposition for the Boy Scouts of Albuquerque. k ,..g . - ' ' -Q 11 l I John Allen Brooks Arnbos Y Alfred Bennett ' '-ss" ,gf if A T Pl.. ' F P rr, l ... g A 1 fl r "' T L ,.. 'C ' i.....f- . 5 :IT A -f 4 '- l .. ci . T- i Q Douglas Carmichael Bill Fry Robert Hanna Hershel Hill 1 A fs 4 , i lm .,'- :E , Q' V2 , l 9 ., - .4 ,,, 7 . I ' ' . We A A ' -s. Q 5 ,lm A A ,gm ,Q-.35..4 ,, - N J, Q , f Jim Mullins Winston Pickering Norman Root Charles Thayer Service To... Student Body And Faculty Youth And Community Members Of Fraternity Nation As Participating Citizens Third place Independent Division Row one: Don Chambliss, David Smith, Ray Bohm, Bill Gerety. Row two: Lanny Dally, Bill Krieger, Robert Byers, Homer Milford, Jim Mueller, Bill Van Stroaten. Row three: Ken Mills, Phil Cyr, Robert Martin, Jim Heasley, Bill Bennett, Bill Graham, Bill Nelson, Gary Daniels. Not pictured: Ray Lutz, Robert Bone, Lyle Ralcer, Robert Brito. the engineers' council Row one: Wayne Badsgard, John Taylor, Ben Clegg, Bill McKim. Row two: Ray Cainski, Bob Dineen, Aniseto Anglada, John Guiney, M. E. Thompson. Absent: John Easley, Rusty Shaffer, Jim Sumida, Jim Newton, Jerry Lott, Bob Darmitzel, James Carter. The Engineers' Council serves as a coordinating body between the founders' organizations of the diFferent Engineering Departments on the campus. Through the Council, the combined ettorts ofthe departments are pooled into one source. The Council is composed of I5 members, 3 from each of the following organizations: Institute of Radio Engineers - American Institute of Electrical Engineers American Institute of Architects American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Institute of Chemical Engineers American Society of Civil Engineers. Wayne Badsgard was elected Student President of the Engineering Col- lege and Chairman of the Engineers' Council this year. Serving as Secretary was Bob Dineen, - This year the Council entered a house decoration during Homecoming. Other activities scheduled are the Engineering College Open House in Feb- ruary and Engineers' Day in March. I I I american institute of chemical engineers officers President ..... 4........, ....,. J e re Green Vice-President . . ..... William Kunkel Secretary . . . . . . Michael Keehan Treasurer . . , .... Joseph Banks Inspired by the purpose of encouraging and pursuing interests in chemical engineering, UNM's chapter of the professional organization was chartered on campus in 1948. Membership is open to all upper class students regularly enrolled in chemical engineering classes. Through speakers, projects, and associations, the AlChE strives to prepare its members for their future professional lives. ua Simms, Jere Green. Row two: Heinz Ehrsam, Arthur Perkins, David Sydow, Tom Ball, Bill Butterbaugh, Lynn Parker, Jay Bates, Bill Grensener, Jerry Lott, Arthur Lopez, Bob Darmitzel, Dr. T. T. Castonguay, Phillip Cyr, Dr. David Dickenson. Row one: Bill Kunkel, Jose Anglada, Bob Olsen, Bruce Jagger, Kim Ong, Goss Veager, Joe Henry, Bill Fry, Charles Thompson, Joe Banks, Park 'I33 aiee-ire officers Chairman , . . .,..,A . . . . .Wayne Badsgard Vice-Chairman . . .Richard Rowe Treasurer . . . . ..., Elmer Riekeman AIEE Secretary . , , . . Donnelly Johnson IRE Secretary . .... George Swain The American Institute of Electrical Engineers - Institute of Radio Engineers Joint Student Branch was organized in 1945. The purpose of the organization is to further the professional development of the electrical engineering stu- dent, and to promote interests in the theory and practice of all aspects of electrical engineering and allied fields. Each year, the branch, in cooperation with the national societies, sponsors a student paper competition. Winners of the contest are given an expense- paid trip to the regional convention of the appropriate society. After his freshman year, an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in a course leading to a degree in Electrical Engineering or Physics is eligible for membership in AIEE-IRE. F Row one: James Hansen, Prof. Williams, John Jaramillo, Howard Chandon, James Durant, Rey Mata, Elmer Riekeman, Raymond Calinski, Gil- bert Torres, Alfonso Marquez, Wayne Badsgard, Richard Vigil. Row two: Prof. Tapy, Dr. Melloh, John Taylor, Ronald Johnson, Larry Rosier, Phil Gelt, Bob Starkey, George Swain, Paul Ellis Jr., Arlin Cooper, Richard Rowe, Edwin Bailey, Jerry Stephens. Row three: Donnelly Johnson Richard Fleck, Paul Dague, William Ward, Ben Clegg, Walter Preber, Joe Abbott, Harry McCraken, Raymond Hinds, M. W. Brown, Carl Long- erot. Row four: Dr. Fannin, Dr. Grannemann, E. L. Gregory, Richard Powell, Bill Blair, John Wakefield, William Franks, Robert Blatchford, H. D Porterfield. Absent from picture: Dr. Moore, Prof. Ellis, T. H. Gray, A. J. Jarman, J. C. Scott, J. E. Snead, P. K. Wormeli, John Feezor, C. F Humphreys, E. R. Fletcher, B. R. Lindsey, F. C. Lisle, J. M. Malovich, J. D. McCurdy, V. T. Milkibost, P. E. Tolmie, and Richard Merkel. 134 Row one All Rashid Anthony Chavez, James McBride, Dwayne Longebaugh, Jim Cramer, Pat Hart, Ted Gordon, Wayne Mardis Dick Vaughan David Chavez Shiffarrow Bizenuh. Row two: Cliff Gilbert, Prof. Foss, John Cheek, Al Dennis, Andy Martinez, Bruce Mackelduff Bill Floyd Shimeles Asfaw Bob Grist, Jack Miller, Hank Kerr, Costas Logethesis, Caroll Evans, Billy Wagner, Carl Nordin, Patrick Peavy John Gurney Bill Miller, Bob Dineen. officers President .,... ........... ...,. H a nk Kerr Vice-President ..,, .... D ick Vaughan Secretary .... ....., B ill Floyd Treasurer . ..,.. James McBride Professional recognition is the goal which every engineer hopes to attain. The aim of the Student Chapter of ASCE is to stimulate the interest of the student civil engineer in the development of his profession. Through association with the organization, the student gains technical knowledge, experience, skill, a sense of moral obligation to mankind, and an appreciation of the impact of technology on society. The first Student Chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers were formed in 1920, the UNM chapter was organized in 1927. The society maintains a close working fellowship with the State Profes- sional Society and participates in programs provided by them, as well as semi-monthly meetings on the campus. Guided tours were made through White Sands Proving Grounds, Los Alamos, and Kirtland Air Force Base. I Technical papers are written and given by members of the UNM Student Chapter. american society of civil engineers american society of mechanical engineers officers Chairman ....,. ..... R obert Gault Vice-Chairman . . . ..., Dale Burnworth Secretary ..,. ........., R ay Lutz Treasurer ...,...... ....., H oward Thurman Honorary Chairman . . . .... Professor A. D. Ford The student branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers provides student mechanical engineers with an opportunity to advance, circulate, and practice their mechanical engineering knowledge. It was designed to promote an atmosphere of professional consciousness and fellowship and to present a proper perspective of engineering vocations. 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, iunior, and senior mechanical engineers. ff ,' ' Q 14 A ' . , L Q A Y A V i Row one: Gary Judd, George Warner, Sostenes Suazo, Donald Hutchinson, James Hines, Robert Tucker, Jerry Winget, Harry Parks, Don Bech- ter, Jerry Beches, S. R. Lenning, Larry Williams. Row two: John Elder, George Honeycutt, Jose Suazo, Austin Arthur, Prof. Ford, Dale Burnworth, Frederick H. Green, Guest Speaker, Robert Gault, Varela Robert, Robert Carver, Tom Clark. Row three: Martin Barnett, Sam Fletcher, Douglas Suttie, Ray Lutz, Ray Torick, Russell Souders, Jack Little, Bill Siegier, Jim Stapp. Row four: Bill George, Floyd Mathews, Don Anderson, Bill Adkins, John Schultz, Charles Bankston, Donald Kuehnert, John Doughty, Earl Hester, Bob Thomas. 136 chi epsilon officers President ..... ,..,. .... J e rry Staublin Vice-President . . . ...... John Cheek Secretary ..... ...., S heldon Raizes Treasurer . . . .... James Cramer Historian . . . ..,. Bob Dineen Chi Epsilon as an honorary fraternity strives to build strong character and to encourage high technical advancement in the student Civil Engineer. Through the fostering of high ideals and technical ability, the profession can be of the greatest service to humanity. To create incentive in the student the fraternity has established a sopho- more award to be presented to the outstanding civil engineering student. Contact between Alumni is encouraged through the publication of a bi- ennial directory. Row one: Sheldon Raizes, John Cheek, Jerry Staublin, James Cramer, Bob Dineen, John Bauer. Row two: Dan Hughes, Ted Gordon, Al Dennis, Bill Floyd, Carl Nordin, Dick Vaughan, Prof. Ray Foss. sigma tau Row one: Carl Longerot, Dick Fleck, William Ward, James May, Jere Green. Row two: Ira White, Bill Floyd, Breck Glascock, Arlin Cooper, Paul Dague, Robert Dineen. Row three: Austin Arthur, Gary Raper, John Cooper, John Cheek, Bob Olson, Bob Meitz, Prof. Gafford, James Cramer, Joe Suazo. officers President ..... . . . Breck Glascock Vice-President .,.. ..... J ose Suazo Treasurer , .,,...,. ..... A lbert Dennis Recording Secretary .... . , ,Jere Green All branches of engineering are fused into Sigma Tau, national honor- ary fraternity for exceptional students in the College of Engineering. Membership requirements are based upon principles of scholarship, practicality, and sociability. Chi chapter of the University of New Mexico was founded in 1928. The activities of the fraternity include serving as freshman advisers and participating in combined engineering functions. 138 Special interests or abilities on debate teams, in oratory, extemporaneous speaking, oral interpretation, or dis- cussion groups has won UNM forensics students tame in the oral world. Out- standing achievement of University stu- dents in forensics over the past several years has netted many trophies and certificates of recognition in all parts of the country. forensics QQRQESQ'-' gtg. 1 is 's s fglggsw! - Q- E we 35-'Fe V? Debate in progress with Los Angeles State College. Row one: Leon Shay, Bill Snead, Homer Milford, David Mall. Row two: Harold Brock, Bob Hanna, Marcie Montgomery, Barbara Frederick, Dr. Cullen Owens, sponsor. - x S J-ii kappa psi Row one: Dennis Pena, Larry Hall, Norman Strain, J. B. Nickell, Lyle Ralcer. Row two: Gilbert Rivera, Robert Standridge, Joe Otero, Alfred Kil- patrick, Charles Roberts. Row three: Dick Gee, Dean Cataline Kadviserl, John Pleus, Joe Jacob, Jack Eichman, William Eichman, Donald Weintraub, Tim Elsbrock, Louis Ma, Richard Gomez, Sam Gee. officers President .,i.. , . . Charlie Roberts Vice-President . . . .....,.. Joe Otero Secretary . . . , . .Alfred Kilpatrick Treasurer . . . . . .Robert Standridge The chief obiective of Kappa Psi, professional pharmaceutical fraternity, is the advancement of pharmacy - educationally, 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 charter in 1948. Mem- bership is open to any regularly enrolled student in an accredited college of pharmacy who is acceptable to members of the active chapters. The purpose of Kappa Psi is to promote better inter-professional relationships among pharmacists during and after college attendance. 140 delta sigma pi The chief obiectives of Delta Sigma Pi, a professional fraternity in the field of commerce and business ad- ministration, are to foster the study of business in universities and to promote the advancement of its members by research and practice. Gamma Iota Chapter at UNM assists in freshmen orientation, conducts business and industrial tours, and brings to UNM numerous speakers from the business community. officers President ...,. .... D ick Goetzman Vice-President , . ,Roland Montoya Secretary . . ..... Orlando Miera Treasurer , . . . .... L. T. Womack Row one: Ward Sanford, Charles Keeling, Antonio Miera, Dick Goetzman, Andy Hefner, Phil Alarid, George Hamilton Jr., Albert Mitchusson. Row two: Edward Turrieta, David Morgan, Melvin Folweiler, Walter Fox, T. W. Varner, Charles Sanchez, L. T. Womack. Row three: Orlando Miera, Vivian Martinez Jr., Roland Montoya, Ben Cohen, Joseph Scartaccini, David Pecsok, Fred Stephens, James Snedden, Robert Brown, George Koch, Roy Hill, Richard Ellis, Arthur Pino. 141 kappa omicron phi i l 5 i Row one: Sue Hartman, Pat Brackeen, Cleta Price. Row two: Jeannette Jackson, Francine Raper, Marcella Gutierrez, Renee Economides, Jo Ann Clauve, Torksey Ensminger. Row three: Grace Elser, Betsy Hollifield, Pat Espinoza, Martha Benge, Ann Rasor, Betty Henderson, Verda Darnell, Nancy Meister, Jean Steller, Arlene Garcia. officers President ,... . . . Marcella Gutierrez Vice-President . . . A . , Jeannette Jackson Secretary .... ,.,, J o Ann Clauve Treasurer .. ..t. Renee Economides Kappa Omicron Phi is a national Professional Home Economics honorary fraternity. Members are chosen on the basis of per- sonality, scholarship and professional interest. It was installed on this campus in 1936. The maior project is the selling of fruit cakes at Thanks- giving which are made by the members. 142 pi lamba theta President ...... ..... M onte Lee Davis Vice-President . . . .... Frances Shutt Secretary . . , .... Ethel Erlandson Treasurer .. . ..... Ellen Schatz Alpha Mu chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, honorary organization for women in Education received its charter at UNM in T939. The purposes of the organization are to maintain the highest standards of scholarship and preparation, and to foster pro- fessional spirit and fellowship among women in Education. Row one: Millie Albert, Minta Sue Bunn, Rachel Sena, Charlotte Davis, Marlene Corn, Gayle West. Row two: Irma Bobo, Ethel Erlandson, Ruth Roberts, Monte Lee Davis, Mona Christensen, Laura Collins, Mary Menaul, Ada Hanen. Row three: Ethel Isaacs, Ellen Schatz, Eleanor Gilmore, Frances Shutt, Leona Wyman, Vivian Ashcroft, Ginina Hyde, Carol Bambrook, Edith Manfredi, Gertrude Pittard, Grace Elser, Mary Moore. 'I43 2 i f pi sigma alpha Row one: Arthur Jones, Elizabeth Chappell, Dave Wagner, Maralyn Budke, Michael Meyer, Dorothy Powell, Bill Dickinson Row two: Robert Kuehn, Fred Irion, Bob Matteucci, Gilbert St. Clair, Carl Nordin Jr., John Anderson. officers President ....... ...,.........., C arl Nordin Jr. Vice-President . . . .,,. Dorothy Powell Secretary .... .... M aralyn Budke Pi Sigma Alpha is a national Political Science Honorary. The New Mexico chapter was founded in 1934. Its principal activ- ity is an annual banquet which features a noted speaker in the field of government and politics. phi gamma nu i 5 CT' C3 . !X Row one: Laura Jane McMillan, Kay Clauve, Pat Quinn. Row two: Olinda Luna, Mona Howe, Shirley Teeter, Adoria Martin, Cindy Fabian, Aileen Montano. Row three: Sherrill Eckhouse, Mary Jean Rose, Donna Rinn, Marian Wilson, Anna Viviani, .Judy Minces, Jo Potter. Tau kappa alpha Row one: Charles Long, James A. Squyres, Felix Briones, David Mall, Fred Chreist, C. B. Owens. Row two: Dorothy Woodward, Julia Keleher, George McKim, Richard Losk, Dr. Harold O. Ried, Harold Brock, Dr. Wayne Eubank, .loan Brock. commerce council mp -' 41. N . .fl fi. ECA L - 1 1 , ' , X e 4, L 1 L " I' 7- i - . L 'ii L- E - f. ,. . - 4.. I ., . ,, , , f l w e ', ' mil lbw l " - :, K- 5 'xi .: 4 l all Q!! :haf "W"'i' ' -' Row one: Orlando Miera, Treasurer, Dick Goeizman, President, Shirley Teeter, Vice-President, Mona Howe, Secretary. Row two: Gene Franchini, Roy Nials, Jim Snedden, Wayne Miller, Jerry Lewallan, Dean Sorrell, Adviser. Row three: Dave Morgan, Jigger Skillern, Charles Keeling, Willard Lewis, L. T. Womack, Gordon Jones. beta alpha Row one: Oren Benton, Orlando Miera, Jerry Lewallan, L. T. Womack. Row two: Prof. Smith, Roy Nials, Wendell Sprung, Robert Hoyle, Earl Ratliff, Lowell Lewis, Willard Lewis, Manuel Saucedo, Prof. Christman. sigma delta chi ' I , D.ul.Ym.l.uumn - ' , ummm mul N1 t- ' ' L W - ' Q. mln.:-..-.n..-.i. ' ' 'hm I- I .n-...L ,fi If -A ""'Q. I V V QU , : 'f'2"1D3f'fjw Ig. lim... mill- i... ' Af' 'E' if S . 5 ' 4 ' , Nx...z,'v?.MQ- .iv V Q I QQg,l1:11:izi1:Qtfn': W HSM tttfihbwfetkt ,I i mgfgfi ul va . :-- a .M l I ,4,. x . V ,."' Row one: Professor Leonard Jermain, Jerry Brown, Eric McCrossen. Row two: Harry Moskos, Julian Wise, Paul Sweifzer, Danny Zeff. theta sigma phi 71? 'Q-.3 Velma Martinez, Pat Morris, Rosemarie Packard, Sue Pfeiffer. W 147 alpha kappa psi Row one: Bill Cleveland, Erlinclo Garcia, Bill Curry, Roy Nials, Reldon Jackson, Colonel Booth, Gene Franchini. Row two: Leroy Baker, Ike Lucero, Karl Christman, Gordon Jones, Robert Hoyle, Donald Chambliss, Robert Ervin, Wallace Hunclsley, Ray Zimmer, Leroy Drake, Robert Miller. pi tau sigma Row one: Bill George, John Elder, Floyd Mathews, Dr. R. C. Dove, Bill McKim, R. L. Gault. Row two: Jim May, Jack Little, Bill Spieger, Larry Williams, Austin Arthur, Dr. V. J. Skoglund, Jose Suazo. 148 home economics club l Kneeling: Eleanor Griffin, Nedra Ensminger, Mary Mills, Carita Williams. Sitting: Nancy McKay, Pat Brashears, Torksey Ensminger, Jeannette Jackson, Vicki West, Sue Hartman, Miss Imogean McMurray. Standing: Tina Rael, Deanne Wise, Marilyn Keith, Narosonia Spatz, Gwen Gideon, Ann Aldrich, Mildred Crawford, Pat Brackeen, Verda Darnell, Mary R. Salazar, Renee Economides, Nancy Meister, Arlene Garcia. club de las americas Row one: Tom Tellez, Jasper Ortiz, Michael Meyer, Sam Almaguer, Rodolfo Rosenberg, Ralph Falconi, Henry Brown, Bryan Watson, Louis Nogales. Row two: Felix Figueroa, Emily Pineda, Bettye Allison, Catherine Hill, Angel Bravo, Stu Coffman, Mary Ann Brockman, Evangeline Ortega, Shirley Wood, Judy Gaucher. Row fhree: Carlos Raymundo, Dr. Miguel Jorrin, Max Read, Fred Perkins, Felimon Tellez, Mark Southard, Art Valdez, Bob Willis, Steve Riley, Royal Jackson, Hal Bills. 149 cosmopolitan club Cosmopolitan Club is a social and service organization open to all foreign students enrolled at the University. One of its activities is to study the problems of foreign students at UNM. All interested students, faculty members and administrative employees are also welcome to become members. o ff i c e r s President ,..,. .,.. R obert Ghattas Vice-President ..,. .... C hris Kaplanides Secretary . .. ..... Audrey Buell Treasurer . . . ,... Nancy Wilkinson Wt -st Row one: Tyen Ching Chen, Donna Johnson, Betty Slayter, Banyong Lamsam, Shimeles Asfaw. Row two: Don Schultz, Heinz W. Ehrsam, Robert Ghattas, Chris Kaplanides, Mohamed Saleem, Franco Barbero. Row three: Eduardo Monteverde, Costas Logothetis, Martha Miller, Omnath Singh, Alice Hoyt, Karren Allred, Rodolfo Rosenberg, Ali Rashig. 150 1 t l I n X ski club Row one: Dana Sankey, Barbara Dyer, Steve Crowley, Ellen Fowler, Jan Hopper. Row two: Dick Price, John Kinsolving, Benny Gutierrez. Row three: Paul Wormli, Keith Gilbert, Lee Johnson, Carlson Farley, Bob Wold, Jerry Rigler, Pat Denzler, Russ Wheeler. officers President ..... ..., J ohn Kinsolving Vice-President ...... ...., S kipper Salazar Secretary-Treasurer . . 4 ..... Jon Hopper The University Ski Club takes ski trips to Santa Fe each weekend cluring the ski season. The club also travels as a group to Colorado ski areas during vacations. The purpose of the club is to promote skiing in the New Mexico area. The club is a member of the Southwest Ski Council, made up of all the ski clubs in the New Mexico, Texas, and Southern Colorado area. The club is also sponsoring a ski team which competes in all the ski races in New Mexico. The team skis as the University of New Mexico Ski Team. We are now trying to build up the team so that in a few years the University will be well represented in collegiate competition. Team members are: John Kin- solving, Bruce Mackelduff, Steve Crowley, John Lind, Jerry Rigler, Skipper Salazar, Stuart Van Eman, Lee Johnson. , , 151 Waterlous Row one: Pat Seligman, Sally Carpenter, Judy Minces, Jo Ann Wilder, Bobbi Hesch, Charlotte Stevens, Cal Engle. Row two: Sally Nelson, Jane Sproul, Leilani Hull, Jean Reardon, Nancy Walter, Peggy Downs, Ann Mills. Row three: Yolanda Stephani, Sandy Salo, Blanche McCord, Jane Elder, Marcia McElderry, Phyllis Freeborn, Marilyn Bebber, Carolyn Knutson, Carolyn Cook, Carol Hill, Nancy Fink. Row four: Joyce Hankins, Patt Quinn, JoAnn Alcott, Joan Decker, Gail Olson, June Mills, Margo Woodward, Rita Danenberg, Marlene Corn, Mrs. Charlotte Piper, Ann Krummes. officers President ....,,. ..... .... J e an Reardon Vice-President . , . r,.. Ann Krummes Secretary . . . ,.,, Marilyn Bebber Treasurer . , ...... Leilani Hull The purpose of the Waterlous is to present water shows and foster interest in all swimming activities at UNM. Membership is open to all university women on the basis of tryouts held each semester. University men interested in swim- ming shows are welcomed as honorary members. Each year the Waterlous present a water show to start Fiesta and give other shows by invitation. Waterlous in formation at the Fiesta water show. women's recreational association The Women's Recreational Associ- ation, composed of "athletically- 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 sponsors camping trips, ice skat- ing, softball, square dancing, basketball, volleyball, and badminton tournaments. Co- recreational sports, such as golf, badminton, and bowling also provide a lot of fun and a release of "college blues." "Ott the Cam- pus" activities include sports days Judy Nixon, Treasurer: Charlotte Stevens, Vice-President, Miss McGill, held within the State and Arizona- Sponsorg Peachie Hines, President, Gracie Hernandez, Secretary. Row one: Judy Nixon, Charlotte Stevens, Peachie Hines, Gracie Hernandez, Miss McGill. Row two: Gloria Griffin, Sally Mat- thews, Carol Thompson, Helen Cummins, Marci Keeler, Ailene Montano, Jeanette Juric. Row three: Lil Wade, Patty Dickinson, Margie Johnson, Doreen Hall, Joanne Correlli, Judy Minces. Row four: Orcilia Zuniga, Marsha McElderry, Rosalie Perea, Judy Ervin, Becky Taylor. rallycom officers President ,.... ..... A nn Easley Vice-President . , . . , , .Donna Short Secretary , . . . . . .Carol Thompson Treasurer ..... .... J udy Emory Rally Chairman , . ..r., Jim Peck RallyCom is a student spirit organization whose purpose is to promote student activities through attempts to develop spirit and enthusiasm in both students and faculty of the University. RallyCom begins its activities early in the year selling freshman beanies and sponsoring the painting of the U during Orientation Week. Football season is a busy time for RallyCom. Among the activities it sponsors are Spirit Sing, decorations for all the home games, and numerous rallys. During Home- coming RallyCom is in charge of the bonfire and rally on Friday night. This year one of RallyCom's big proiects was the Train Trip to Denver. RallyCom also sponsors the freshman and varsity cheerleaders. Row one: Sue Williams, Dawn Fritz, Ann Easley, Carol Thompson. Row two: Arlone Jackson, Arlene Jackson, Lynne Schwab, Ann McEvoy, Patt Smith, Janet Besinger, Martha Turner, Bobbi Hesch, Jayne Graves, Jo Strode, Angie Ortiz, Frankye Earnest, Elaine Pappas, Linda Sumrall. Row three: Patty Gibson, Jane Clark, Mary Cooper, Marie Gaidos, Karen Crobaugh, Bernice Love, Nancy Walter, Marihelen Stanford, Nomi Diehl, Pat Brashears, Charlotte Owen, Nancy Branch, Jennie Lee Clemmens, Minnie Randall, Kathy Williams. Row four: Sara Haynes, Carol Reid, Janet Sutton, Anice Brewer, Gail Hatchell, Trudy Gill, Carolyn Knutson, Phyllis Ward, Roz Mertz, Judy Minces, Jo Ann Wilder, Juanell Bradley, Vickie Brooks, Lynell Burns, Helen Hill, Ruth Ballenger, Pat Brackeen. 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One ot the Club's primary purposes is the promotion of athletics through sportsmanship, and the encouragement ot high physical and moral standards among athletes. Social events sponsored by the Lettermen's Club are highlighted by the Varsity Dance, which includes the selection of a Queen, as well as the "Letter- man ot the Year" in each sport. The club supports the community by annually collecting for the March of Dimes and operating a Knot Hole Gang for grade school children. Row one: Jerry Apodoca, Lynn White, Jim Stevens, Jim Cramer, Jim Pierce, Jerry Miller, Kemmer White. Row two: Jim Brooks George Unterberg, Charles Thompson, Bob Crist, Stan Bazant, Bill Swope, Lynn Parker. Row three: Corky Morris, Bob Fink, Orlen Coupland, Craig Hettelmon, Phil Harris, Joe Patterson. Row four: Dave Syme, Bob Swan, Wayne Gares, Dan Hampton, George Balleau, Larry Davis, Ron Glovetski. panhellenic council officers President . 4 ...,.. A . . . ,Sue Domeier Secretary .... , . .Kathleen Burke Treasurer ..... . . . .Lou Ann Clyde Social Chairman . . . .... Mary Matteucci The Panhellenic Council, composed of two delegates from each sorority, is an organization created to promote a harmonious spirit among the sororities on campus. Besides regulating rush procedure among the seven sororities, the council holds a workshop each spring, where awards are given to the sorority main- taining the highest scholastic average for the year. This year, Panhellenic sponsored the "Crusade for Freedom" drive on campus. The purpose of the drive was to promote better understanding be- tween American students and students in Iron Curtain countries. The council also organized groups of sorority members to sing Christmas carols at various hospitals in the city. - l Row one: Holly Merki, Kappa Alpha Theta, Shirley Teeter, Alpha Delta Pi. Row two: Barbara Phillips, Alpha Chi Omega, Kathleen Burke, Kappa Alpha Theta, Sue Domeier, Pi Beta Phi, Lou Ann Clyde, Delta Delta Delta, Mary Matteucci, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row three: .lan Reeves, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Marion Kimbell, Chi Omega, Jane Whorley, Delta Delta Delta, Anna Viviani, Alpha Delta Pi, Connie Ainsworth, Pi Beta Phi, Patty Maker, Pi Beta Phi, Mary Burmeister, Alpha Chi Omega, Sue Robinson, Chi Omega, Dean Clauve. iunior panhellenic council Junior Panhellenic, composed of two members from each sorority pledge class, was organized for the first time this year. Its purpose is to work with senior Panhellenic on all proiects and to promote closer unity between the pledge classes and all freshman girls at the university. In January, Junior Panhellenic sponsored a tea for all freshman girls on campus. XA it Fm .3 .,- - 1 Ns on 1 J be . 'iff lk l Row one: Kay Crouch, Jo Strode, Treasurer, Janet Moffett, Social Chairman. Row two: Ruth Ballenger, President, Jane Sproul, Anice Brewer, Jean Dyer. Row three: Judy Emery, Ann Aldrich, Nancy Rote, Martha Mills, Louise Olbert, Bobbi Hesch, Secretary. Committee chairmen discussing plans for the International dinner which was held during "Crusade For Freedom" week. alpha chi omega The Alpha Chi Omegas had a successful and full year with first places in Homecoming House decorations, Homecoming float, Spirit Sing, and Song Fest. Their social activities include their Winter Formal, Spring Formal, and Senior Brunch. Outstanding members are Lynell Burns, Varsity cheerleader, Sophomore Class Secretary-Treasurer, Spurs, Kay Liesse, National Student Association Co-ordinator, Caroline Whittingham, Cultural Committee, Betty Banks, N. M. Woman's Recreation and Athletic Association, President WRC, Marcia Mc- Elderry, Hokona Wing President, Dot Bowyer, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart, Elsie Kirkpatrick, Phi Gamma Nu, Mary Burmeister, Pi Lambda Theta, Char- lene Mason, Phi Kappa Phi. 'HY-A -- - ' 33 11. . L Pledges, row one: Jeannette Mason, Louise Olbert, Lynn Schwab, Barbara May. Row two: Martha Mills, Sue Anderson, Marsha McElderry, Carol Hill, Jane Elder. Row three: Beth Word, Ann Lucas, Muriel Ellison, Sally Lattin, Carolyn Thompson, Charlotte Owen, Sue Davidson, Kay Shane. B 'SY Whin' h B I B kl 9 M on 5 J arllyn Bebber Une Blair Do' Bowyer Mary Burm R' II B e t 'Y B tl J c BII J C D D ph S Hy 5' Hll HPP 2KkPfk 'YKf KYL ch' M -' Mrk M9 wk 'Rfh NdTgY M'YTl 2 dll ' 'v -. 1 l NM! A wr "' x..":.-r-"- - ,,4g:':u:...T.-,,,:m.:-: ,L-:,h:.... 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President, Mortar Board, Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's Who, Jo Ann Wallace, Pi Lambda Theta, Jo Ann Clauve, MIRAGE Editor, President SUB Board, Vice-President Mortar Board, Kappa Omicron Pi, Who's Who, Shirley Teeter, President Phi Gamma Nu, Mortar Board, Senior Class V.P., Who's Who, Marilyn Johnson, Sigma Alpha Iota, V.P., MIRAGE Greek Editor, Myra Man- ton, and Marilyn Thomas, Sigma Alpha Iota, Mary Jean Rose, Anna Viviani, Patt Quinn, Kay Clauve, Cindy Fabian, Phi Gamma Nu, Kay Clauve, Patt Quinn, Barbara Jobes, Judy Nixon, Spurs, Mary Wagner, Barbara Jobes, SUB Program Directorate, and Gloria Griffin, MIRAGE Copy Editor. Pledges, row one: Gloria GriFfin, Marshallene Turner, Charlotte Pickwick. Row two: Mary Ellen Everitt, Nance Rote, Shirley Larson, Stephanie Kimbrough, Charlene Novak. Shirley Teeter Lu Ellen Campbell Jo Ann Clauve Kay Clauve Cindy Fabian Arlene Hanosh Barbara Jobes Marilyn Johnson Carol Kutnewsky Myra Manton Marion Marks Martha Mersman Renia Morris Judy Nixon Patt Quinn Jean Reardon Mary Jean Rose Carolyn Sartain Linda Sumrall Jo Ann Tate Patty Tate Marilyn Thomas Anna Viviani Mary Wagner Jean Ann Woodmansee President .... Vice-President .....,.. ...... Recording Secretary ....., ..., Corresponding Secretary .......,. Treasurer ....,.. . . . . . . . . , .Shirley Teeter .Marilyn Johnson , .Jean Reardon . .Myra Manton . .Cindy Fabian chi omega Chi Omega Sorority had a complete social year highlighted by their annual events including the White Formal, Fall House Dance, and the Orphan's Party. A second place in Homecoming House Decorations, and a second place in Song Fest are some of the honors won by Chi Omega. Outstanding members of Chi Omega include: Dorothy Dickinson, Pi Lambda Theta, Who's Who, Mortar Board, Phi Gamma Nu, Patricia Fanning, Chairman of Student Aftairs Committee, Sue Pteitter, Publications Board, Theta Sigma Phi, Marion Kimbell, Pi Lambda Theta, Katharine Hines, Presi- dent of W. R. A., Barbara Hunt, President of Student Nurses Club, Beverly Harris, Phi Kappa Phi, Denise Loper, Popularity Queen, Marlene Corn, Pi Lambda Theta, Nancy Meister, Kappa Omicron Phi, SUB Directorate, Sue Robinson, Chairman of Student Standards Committee, Berwyn McKinney, Student Council, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Gayle West, Pi Lambda Theta, Annice Brewer, President ot Wing A Hokona, Diana Mitchell, President of Student Education Association, Spurs include: Barbara Hunt, Beverly Harris, Denise Loper, Donna Short, Pat Davis, Nancy Meister, and Helen Elser. Row one: Janice Phillips, Georgia Phillips, Jo Anne Harris, Betty Seay, Dot Dye. Row two: Mary Kay Lowndes, Linda Wilder, Frances Short, Patty Pick, Arlene Norman, Jennie Lee Clemens, Diana Darnell, Barbara McKewen. Row three: Sandra Hendrix, Marilyn Teas, Joellen Briscoe, Tinka Hathaway, Jane Thom, Annice Brewer, Lyn Melton, Diana Mitchell, Jo Strode. Gayle West Dorothy Christensen Marlene Corn Margaret Coury Patricia Davis Dorothy Dickinson Jan Evatt Pat Fanning Elsa Fleming Beverly Harris Katherine Hines Barbara Hunt Margie Johnson Marilyn Keith Helen Kimbell Wilhelmina Kitch Denise Loper Berwyn McKinney Nancy Meister Sue Pfeiffer Sue Robinson Zibby Schnorr Donna Short Shirley Snecker Barbara Smith Jonese Smith President .... Vice-President Secretary ..,. Treasurer ..,. Pledge Trainer officers . . .Gayle West . . . .Sue Robinson . , .Helen Kimbell . . . . .Janet Evatt Berwyn McKinney delta delta delta Delta Delta Delta sorority held two successful annual affairs with the Pine Prance, Winter Formal, and the Pansy Ring Tea for the graduation senior women. They earned third place for Homecoming House Decora- tions, Homecoming Float, and Spirit Day. Spirit Sing found them in second place. Outstanding among the Delta Delta Deltas are Minta Sue Bunn, Mortar Board, Who's Who, Senior Class Secretary, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Theta, Jane Whorley, Co-Chairman Campus Chest, Ann Easley, President RallyCom, Kappa Omicron Phi, Ann Rasor, President, Spurs, Phi Gamma Nu, Sue Hartman, President, Home Ec Club, Kappa Omicron Phi, Phyllis Ward, Vice-President, Student Education Association, Martha Benge, Varsity Cheerleader, Jan Hopper, Donna Rinn, Sue Hartman, Ann McEvoy, Ann Easley, Ann Rasor, Spurs. Row one Janet Hoyt, Nancy Branch, Rosalind Mertz. Row two: JoAnn Correli, Marcia Keegan, Dawn Fritz Carol Clayton Patt Smith Row three: Carol Johannesen, Kindra Adkisson, Pat Beaty, Mary Ellen Elsbrock, Jane Clark Ann Aldrich Judy Emery. Lottie Beth Hedgcoxe Joyce Austin Judy Barnhisel Martha Benge Minta Sue Bunn Ann Easley Pat Gillard Ann Gray Sue Hartman Gail Hatchell Betty Heggie Janice Hopper Ann McEvoy Mary Otte Ann Rasor Deanna Rewoldt Pat Ringer Donna Rinn Hazel Shriner Jo Ann Stevens Phyllis Ward Jane Whorley Marilyn Wood Nancy Woodruff stu., .Mgt ' rg, 'I- E 5 iff, a ma.-3-gms H President . . . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . . officers Lottie Beth Hedgcoxe . , .Minta Sue Bunn , . ,Marcia Keeler . . .Jane Whorley r kappa alpha theta The Kappa Alpha Thetas' year included their annual Winter Formal, with the Baby Triad and the Spring Triad, both with Kappa Kappa Gamma and Pi Beta Phi, rounding out the social year. A second place in Spirit Day is also to their credit. Outstanding Kappa Alpha Thetas are Holly Merki, Homecoming Queen attendant, Marilyn Budke, Mortar Board President, Pi Sigma Alpha, Student Publications Board, Jinny Ray, Phi Alpha Theta, Emily Taulman, Sigma Alpha Iota, Betty Jo Baker and Shirley Wood, Spurs, Emily Pineda, Junior Class Secretary, and Ann Kiefer, Norma Thomp- son, Shelah Greenburg, Lynn Adkins, SUB Fashion Board. Kneeling: Dixie Zander, Pat Brashears. Sitting: Kathy Williams, Sue Carter, Bev Martin, Shelah Greenberg, Martha Campbell, Lynn Adkins, Jane Focht, Connie Murphy. Standing: Pat Barton, Joan Emblem, Nancy Terwilliger, Nancy Liggett, Lea Ann King, Carol Seward, Jana Sayner, Pat Hutty, Janet Moltet. Janet Mayland Kay Bennett Maralyn Budke Kathleen Burke Claudette Chicado Jeanette Juric Dorothy Julian Kaye Martin Sondra Morris Harvey Jean Peterson Emily Pineda Jinny Ray Valerie Skuse Shirley Wood office President ....,. Vice-President ...,... Recording Secretary ..,.. . , . Corresponding Secretary .... Treasurer ,,..,....... T5 . . . .Janet Mayland . , . .Kathleen Burke ...,..,,MaryMeek ,Harvey Jean Peterson ....,..Ann Bamford 170 y . kappa lcappa gamma The Kappa Kappa Gammas had a Tull social calendar including The Junior Triad Stomp Dance with The Pi Beta Phis and The Kappa Alpha Thetasp the Annual Winter Formal, The Spring Triad, andthe Orphan's Party with The Kappa Sigmas. Several members of Kappa Kappa Gamma are outstanding on campus including Patsy Blair, Who's Who, Mortar Board, Student Court, Kappa Sigma Dream Girl, Carolyn Nielsen, Who's Who, Stu- dent Court, Beverly Orr, Feature Editor of The MIRAGE, Alice Blue, Organizations Editor of The MIRAGE, Joan Heaton, Cultural Com- mittee, Myrle Van ATTa, Spurs, Ruth Ballenger, Junior Panhellenic President, Class Editor of The MIRAGE, Arlene Rollie, Phi Delta Theta Dream Girl, Judy NoTTroTT, Hokona Wing President. Kneeling: Betty Hardgrove, Sharon McAdams, Juanell Bradley. Sitting: Alice Blue, Patty McCabe, Ann Mills, Carol Reid, Judy NoTTroTT, Kay Crouch, Sue Seligman. Standing: Frankye Earnest, Kate Jacobson, Dana Sankey, Sandra Strong, Sally Matthews, Barbara Brown, Ruth Ballenger, Patsy Blair Jo Ann Alcott Carol Alexander Marsha Blair Mary Ann Clark Binky Corrough Charlotte Davis Karen Davis Joan Decker Katie Dunn Claudette Duplentis Nancy Fore Joan Heaton Barbara Hill Dianne Holmes Mona Howe Cessie Knight Angela Loeftel Mary Matteucci Pat McDowell Jean Metcalf June Mills Carolyn Nielsen Beverly Orr Clair Parsons Carol Rainey Arlene Rollie Mary Van Atta Myrle Van Atta Janey Vinson officers President .....,. Patsy Blair Vice President ,..... .1000 Heaton Recording Secretary .... Carol Rainey Corresponding Secretary Mona Howe Treasurer ..,....,..... Mary Ann Clark pi beta phi Pi Beta Phi started the year with a picnic with the Kappa Kappa Gammas. On Spirit Day, their pledges took first place. Their Homecoming Float took second place. The Christmas season featured the Christmas Formal and their party for orphans, followed by the Baby Triad and the Formal Triad in the spring. In addition, the Pi Beta Phis do volunteer work at the Cerebral Palsy School. Outstanding Pi Beta Phi members are: Sally Carpenter, Homecoming Queen, Barbara Brown and Dottie Harroun, Mortar Board, Fran Bonnyman and Sue Domeier, Student Council, Barbara Brown, Dottie Harroun, Fran Bonnyman and Sue Domeier, Who's Who, Judy Little, Mary Cooper, Sandra Buergi, Judy Minces, Pat Jones, Jeanne Bennett, Pat Dickenson and Ann Krummes, Spurs, Mary Cooper, Jeanne Bennett, Yvonne Pearl, Varsity Cheer- leaders, Marilyn Hackney, Maiorette, Dottie Harroun, Phi Kappa Phi, Jerene Fleck, Phi Gamma Nu, Gini Bussey, Miss Spirit Day, Leonora Durrett, SAE Violet, Gloria Hanawald and Patty Maker, Pi Lambda Theta, Ann Krummes, Waterlous, Carolyn Roff, Air Force Queen, and Patty Maker and Tony Cella, Sigma Alpha Iota. Pledges: Row one: Sarah Novak, Bobbi Hesch, Patt Buck, Marihelen Stanford, Ellen Wilder. Row two: Gini Bussey, Mary Louise Hail, Jane Sproul, Ann Hume, Gayle Ainsworth, Nomi Diehl. Row three: Carolyn Dalbey, Kathie Gilbert, Janet Jenkins, Blanche McCord, Sue Arnold, Joanne Wilder. Teddy Dicus Connie Ainsworth Judy Arnold Jeanne Bennett Fran Bonnyman Sandra Buergi Sally Carpenter Mary Cooper Pat Dickenson Sue Domeier Leonora Durrett Judy Ervin Carolyn Evans Judy Everett Jerene Fleck Esther Gibson Marilyn Hackney Gloria Hanawald Dottie Harroun Martha Iwaski Pat Jones Ann Krummes Barbara Lagow Judy Little Patty Maker Pat Matthews Judy Minces Yvonne Pearl Lea Rohr Sharon Roth Roberta Utter A fmt 1 Il H Im JWAWWM Illlllllll I jillllli IIIIIIII mmm sk! i "i:+wl"" "' Eiiiimnnlffiiifimiirii IMMMWWWMWMWMMWWW J lil n in xiii' VHm'uMM llllll I lllgiliiiiiiia.lllIi".niIlllllll TTER-i'TiMTT liWi11il officers President ...., ............... Vice-President Secretary ..,,, Treasurer . . . Pledge Trainer . . .Teddy Dicus .Martha Iwaski . . . .Tony Cella Barbara Lagow Fran Bonnyman 173 "Graff f ft "l've always wanted to goto Germany . . ." A good skit, some laughs, and lots of talk . . . Beauty, enchantment, and for a time - silence. "l'm a town girl, and I am going to major in . . ." - .. Remember when . . .? i l l Happy chatter to match the gala background. Many words, smiles, and some nice new friends. 174 1 it -5 ,K ' Q, . 2:1 Mrs. Thelma Mahone, Hokona Hall, Mrs. C. A. Williams, Alpha Delta Pip Mrs. Mamie Evans, Sigma Chi. Mrs. Helen Rose, Kappa Alpha, Mrs. Gertrude Barker, Chi Omega, Mrs. Margaret Kretschmer, Pi Beta Phi. house mothers Mrs. Mollie Farrell: Mrs. Adeline Steele, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mrs. Grace Brewer, Kappa Sigma. Mrs. Blanche Deaton, Phi Delta Theta: Mrs. Allyne MoFFette, Alpha Chi Omegay Mrs. Katherine Williams, Kappa Alpha Theta. Mrs. Margaret E. Clitiforcl, Mesa Vistap Mrs. Elda Donnell, Pi Kappa Alpha, Mrs. Mary Swetman, Delta Delta Delta. T75 inter-fraternity council Seated: Jan Cimino, Delta Sigma Phi, Dick Wilson, Kappa Alpha, Jerry Adkisson, Kappa Sigma, Bob Batho, Lambda Chi Alpha, Eddie Griftith, Pi Kappa Alpha, Danny Partin, Kappa Alpha. Standing: Norman Ball, Alpha Epsilon Pi, C. D. Bryan, Phi Delta Theta, Phil Sawdy, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Mack Waller, Kappa Sigma, John Keleher, Sigma Chi, Bill Carlson, Lambda Chi Alpha, George Chant, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Stuart Van Eman, Pi Kappa Alpha, Bernie Higgins, Sigma Phi Epsilon. off i c e r s President .... ......,.....,.., J erry Adkisson Vice-President ..,. ,... B ob Batho Secretary .... ..., D ick Wilson Treasurer .... .... E ddie Griltith The purpose of the Inter-Fraternity Council is to coordinate and improve rela- tions between campus fraternities. Its main obiective is to advance the Greek interests in all phases of University life. The group also strives to promote activities of U. N. M., and cooperates in drawing up rules for rush week. delta sigma phi officers President .,.. , . ,Toby Breen Vice-President Sam .lungbluth Secretary . . A . .Frank Sears Treasurer .... Larry Wheeler Pledge Trainer . .Frank Parker The social year of Delta Sigma Phi was highlighted this year by their two maior dances: the Carnation Ball and the Sailor's Ball. Their outstanding members include Frank Sears, SUB Directorate, and Larry Wheeler, Kappa Kappa Psi. .lan Cimino Pete Golden Frank Parker Dick Reinert Frank Sears PLEDGES Monte Cast .lim Edward Gene Collier Howard Elam Fredie De Baca Joe Sheppard Steve White 2 kappa alpha The Kappa Alphas as a group won first place in Spirit Sing for the third straight year. Their social functions included the Roman Holiday, the winter formal, New Year's Eve dance for the aid of Muscular Dystrophy, and Dixie Day, with the annual Dixie Ball. Kappa Alpha's outstanding members include: James Maior, Chakaa, Winston Pickering, UNM basketball, Vigilante, and Richard Wilson, Junior Class VEEP. Row one: Milton Dyer, Miquel Marquez, Rodolpho Rosenberg, Malcolm Cox, Bill Plowden. Row two: Dave Snow, Warren Frazier, John Randall, Bob McNeil, Fred Thompson, Milton Newton. Row three: Martin Boggs, John Cameron, Joe Ruggles, Corky Longenbaugh, Walter Breece, Rick Koehnke. 'I78 Harry Pomeroy Hubert Ball Charles Batsel Jack Burch Steven Crowley Arunas Dirvianskis James Farrar Hugh T. Fulton Richard Gaffney Leon Holecheck Carl Longerot Daniel Partin Dean Parish Winston Pickering Jim Maior LaMonte McMichael Dave Morgan Bob Schnurr Roy Short Rod Stover gyn- Q , 1' .j 1 Q as .. Jew . i ,------ - '-'-- . we 5s --r-: ' A 3 if uf, , I. .1 1 9 Q L . .v . H, -,mfr or sr ur P P it P. rr 1 J ' it i A P A W M 5 i leaf. ,Q f .iii - ' qw 1, is P2 ,ur- 4, -, 7, H if ",-: V ' i " if in .' ' -22' is A 1 3,-1 V -SM . 3 1 1:3225 Y X 4 -1-. H15 In h .V A 4 , R U. ' R :,,, '35, uuluu . X Q ., A 111: 1 N I, t is 1 l I I oflficers President .... . , .Harry Pomeroy Vice-President . . .Jim Sturclevant Secretary . . . .... .lim Major Treasurer .... ..., L ino Perez Pledge Trainer . . . .Robert Schnu rr 179 kappa sigma 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 Kappa Sigs won sweep- stakes with their Homecoming float. Outstanding members include: Jerry Adkisson, Homecoming Chairman, Khatali, l. F. C. President, Who's Who, Garnett Burks, Chief Court Justice, Khatali, Al Dennis, Khatali, Sigma Tau, Jim Harris, Jamie Koch, and Mason Rose, football, Walt Schuman, basketball, Marvin Loper, Khatali, Student Council, King of Hearts, Who's Who, Dee Hill, Cultural Committee, Chuck Machemehl, Chuck Thompson, and Lawson Phyfe, Chakaa, Jim Peck, Head Cheerleader, Mack Waller, Publications Board, Rudy Ulibarri, Drum Maior. Row one Ray Shollenbarger, John Halverson, Jim Carter, Jerry Muler, Chat Paulson. Row two: Charles Malo Jess Tafoya David DelCastillo Jim Mocho, Fred Bentley. Row three: Jim Weston, Dick Yeck, Craig Houser, Bob Goodwin Stu Rodgers Rex Taylor. Jerry Adkisson Jim Boddy Richard Dicks Dee Hill Jim Hunion Marvin Loper Chuck Machemehl Bruce Mackeldulf Collis Redmond Dan Seiiz Ronald Skinner Andrew Siark Chuck Thompson Maurice Trumble Mack Waller illlmlllmimllli Www Hilnulw fx .: - -f J- '- 6 1 .1 - -.. .5 :."' 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Members outstanding on campus are Jerry Apodaca and Dick Drake, Varsity football, Tom Lawson and Larry Rosier, Vigilantes, C. D. Bryan, Intertraternity Council, Don Fedric, Sophomore Class V. P., Fiesta Co-Chairman, Jerry Miller, basketball team manager, Ross Ramsey, Drum Maior, Kappa Kappa Psi. Row one .lim Miles Bill Pendleton, Frank Herald, Steve Cain, Pen Wimbush, Crandall Hays. Row two: Tony Biddle Terry Leighley Larry Furse Charles Hatfield .lim Collins Denny Brummell. Row three: Frank Holmes, Joe Tibbetts, Mike Clark, John Hays, Steve Moore Tucker Coughlen Skip Holbrook. President . , , Vice-President Secretary , . . Jerry Apodoca Marc Benjamin Ernest Brewer Richard Drake David Emmert Don Fedric Herb Hahn Geof Hill Dick Krueger Bert Leclbefter Tom Lawson Ted Lewis Art Lindberg Al Mastendino Jerry Miller Jim Poorbaugh Larry Rosier J. D. Strode Donald Woodard officers Treasurer ...., Pledge Trainer . . ,Charles High John Poorbaugh . . . .Larry Rosier , . . .Ted Lewis . . . .Ernie Bruss I xg iv I dw ' ' gi Q i LEE :7 'wi - 'if ' ' "1::g,:- ' f , z , - ,IVP ,4 . ,. , , mg- 5' ,Z s xl gf V f f' . , .- 25555 ' I Q il J ' gig ,, V , iz we .Q i - , 2 .- J - X, fx L I I . e ' ,fu ' K A I ,:,. B 1 Ks l "' H ' ' W M 'll' llll U llllllll 'J 183 pi kappa alpha Group honors received by the Pi Kappa Alphas this year included: second prize for Homecoming House decorations, third prize for Homecoming float, and third place in Spirit Sing with Kappa Kappa Gamma. The Pi Kappa Alpha social calendar was highlighted by the Dream Girl dance. Other tradi- tional events are: Hi-Jinx Costume Ball each semester, the Garnet and Gold Spring formal, and the traditional party at the Pike mountain lodge. The outstanding members ofthe Pi Kappa Alpha chapter are: John Ander- son, Junior Class Pres., Chakaa V. P., Chm. Leadership conference, Julian Garcia, Who's Who, Robert Hill, Who's Who, Khatali, Student Senate, Phi Kappa Phi, Publications Board, Eric McCrossen, LOBO Editor, Mike Meyer, Who's Who, Khatali, Club de las Americas, President, Danny Zeft, LOBO Managing-Editor, Intramural Council Chairman, Turner Branch, Frosh Class President, Ronnie Benson, Frosh Class V. P., Doug Glover, Junior IFC Presi- dent, Ernest Melendez, Chakaa, and Herbert Shillingburg, Vigilantes, Cul- tural Committee, Phi Kappa Phi Freshman award. Kneelmg Bob Stark Doug Glover, John McCulloch, Bob Murray, Don Salyer, Bird Casper, Chief Nixon, George Edgerly Turner Branch Standing row one Jerry Gardner, Steve Gray, Richard Hawkins, Tom Peckinpaugh, Bob Maxwell, Bobby Seeds, Frank Bogue Dan Girand Paul Sackett Standing row two: Dale Marshall, Ronald Benson, Jim Jordan, Ernest Melendez, Herb Shearmire, Lester Cover George Franklin John Reardon, Chuck Fishback. llllllllll John Anderson Paul Arnold Gene Franchini Leonard Goodell Edward Griffith Chuck Lockhart Eric McCrossen Michael Meyer Lamar Parrish Joe Roberts Fred Sandusky Jim Shepherd Herbert Shillingberger Robert Wheeler Danny Zeft mmf i .:. :.: .:. ' , , my ....,... U ng A. , Z ,I 1' ,H , Q if L ,T ' 5' K f" E J lf ' . if B L i , .....:. , .. J X if I . L ' ' S BM f.. 5 Q21 Q M wmv., ,t,.. wig 1 qs V A if if ' ss, N K . ,.,,.. Q . H, an E S - ig? N 35 an X ,Q If. 'gs' 221' .. ' -.. .., Z .. J LSL il ,- -up President .... Vice-President Treasurer , . . Pledge Trainer Secretary .,.. foffjcers . ,Julian Garcia .John Anderson , . . .Paul Arnold . .Michael Meyer ..,.,Bill Bragg l llllllrrlrrr, sigma alpha epsilon The Sigma Alpha Epsilon social year included the annual Winter Formal and the Calypso Costume dance. Group honors won are: first place in Home- coming House decorations, intratraternity scholarship trophy, and second in Homecoming float competition. Outstanding members are, Dick Brown, Jim Cramer, Jim Economides, Joe Ferguson, James Morris, Buster Quist, Bob Sanchez, Jigger Skillern, Bill Wag- ner, Lettermen, Ron Jones, Buster Quist, Bill Renfro, Joel Rodgers, Charles Stewart, Vigilantes, Phil Taulbee, President, Chakaa, Mark Southard, Chakaa, Arlin Cooper, Bill Dickinson, Dave Holt, Bob Sanchez, Khatali, Ben Clegg, Engineering Council, IRE, Arlin Cooper, KME, Sigma Tau, IRE, Phi Kappa Phi, Dick Goetzman, Commerce Council, Pres., Delta Sigma Phi, Pres., Dave Holt, Sigma Tau, ASCHE, Ron Jones, Outstanding Frosh En- gineer, Charles Keeling, Delta Sigma Phi, James Morris, Chairman Denver Train Trip, Joel Rodgers, ASME, Bob Sanchez, Supreme Court Justice, Phi Alpha Theta, Arnold Air Society, Joe Suazo, ASME, Sigma Tau, Bob Wolfe, Sophomore Class President, Ken Anderson, KME, Kappa Kappa Psi. Row one: Jack Wilger, John Burns. Row two: Bill Black, John Dugan, Jack Kennedy, Richard Veale, Clark Man- warren. 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Pre-Med club, Vigilantes, Ed Samberson, Bill Snead, Vigilantes, Forensics, Jim Snead, President Mesa Vista, John Keleher, I. F. C., Gene Blickenstatt, Khatali. Row one: Carl Robinson, Lanney Cornell, Bill Heath, Jim Kellerman, Jack Miller, Kirk Graham, Bob Ward. Row two: Dave Engholm, Jim Irwin Jim McKesson, Vic Zurcher, Jay Christenson, Tom Starkey. Row three: Gene Baker, Roger Neilson, Fred Johnson, Glenn Darrow, Bill Snead Jim Snead, George Rose, Ed Buck, Bill Thorp, Kenneth Loveland, Guy Wimberly, Bob Crandel. 'I88 v'. 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Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon who are outstanding include: Robert Dierman, Student Council, Who's Who, Khatali, Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Sigma, Kappa Kappa Psi, and Bob Norton, Kappa Kappa Psi. 1, l Q P7 at I. i n Seated: Bob Lewis, Al Jarreh, Bob Varela, Bill MacPherson, George Dennis, John Westbrook. Standing: John Dalton, Gaylord Ashby, Jim Thompson. -Q . , ' ,i " ii 'i' .- W . ' H K- in 2 W2 H ..... ,Et . 'Q P' wi Q B , 1 M R a ea 1 5 E E 'E K B l 5 H H a ss Q 5 1 x 35 H E y , ,., -.,,.,,., .,. H ' .. .if .f.:ff.f ' YE H E ,rf B Q .Q . V H E uw H Q E 1 l K is E S 3 H SS 3 S8 H E E Q 'F H B H is K .Q ss -1 Es 5 ms ' we , K- 7.2. . as W" g::- . e -. . at ef m m . , ... .... -.- . . ,........ --- r " mi? EE 5 - .. . 2, .lnn 'f 2, n E n ' ii .:':' F W W K , K :: F' , .2 V 53251 li' 5 .,., 4: Mm .f': V ig rw ' W W st Wmlil n 2 mm!-: , 2 r fi w? H Sy' JL H H ,, H M sim BH H H ix 'K H H C H I "' w-4 .:.,. 1 X B asm I 2: I -A .::E nl :gf M s . .X I .. 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Phil Cyr Outstanding' members are: Phil Sawdey, Khatali, Sub Director- ate, Larry Hammack, lntrafraternity Council, Mike Laine, SUB Board, Program Directorate, Chairman, Ray Lutz, Fiesta Co- Chairman. Q . . Charles Stephens Brooks Ambos Martin Barnett Phil Cyr Larry Hammack Earl Hester Robert Holloway George Honeycutt Bruce Jagger Mike Laine Ray Lutz Manuel Saucedo n -ws-up ' st - x ,sf ll Row one: Frank Lisle, Gordon McCanclless, Alan Gensemer, Bill Krieger. Row two: .lack Beasley, Stetlian Taub, .loe Manning, Bob Olson, Bill van Straaten. a t fi ff , if lr' rv - QS Q-x "We really worked hard to get this one . . ." "Boy, and was it ever fun! We went to "Extracurricular activities help to broaden your outlook . . ." "Our cook is one ofthe best . . ." "Yes sir, our pledges really have fun . " 8,6-HHN," is ,,'W'7S 'A .rf WN N A. A use .. 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I .,-tr? -, Fi 'N' ' - Out ofthe great Northwest, they come for the Sigma Ch Olinda Luna, President Sherril Eckhouse Magdalena Gallegos Mavine Gallegos L. 'QT' Velma Martinez Ernestine Montoya Simmie Romero Ann Spencer phrateres Phrateres, social service organization for independent women, included in their activities this year: their annual picnic, Blue and Gold Tea, Owl Formal and Banquet. They also held an open house for university men, sold programs at football games, sold coffee at registration, and worked at the County Indian Hospital. Outstanding members include Olinda Luna, Phi Gamma Nu, Sigma Alpha Iota, Simmie Romero, AWS, Velma Martinez, Pres. of Theta Sigma Phi, Sher- ril Eckhouse, Pres. of Hillel, Phi Lambda Theta, Phi Gamma Nu. town club o f f i c e r s President ....... ..., P at Kross Vice-President ..,.. ......, N ancy Cole Secretary ..... .... J o Ann Lockridge Treasurer ....... Pat Gloss Town Club was very active this year. Among these activities were the annual Winter and Spring formals, Open house for campus men, and the Thanks- giving Kidnap Breakfast. This year Town Club won second place for its Home- coming tloat, and won the Heart Fund award in Spring l956. Outstanding members of Town Club were: Nancy Lalicker and Pat Tolmie, Spurs, Nancy Cole and Eve Cobos, Sigma Alpha lota, Margie Endres, Vice- President U.S.C.F., Adoria Martin, Secretary Sigma Alpha Iota, and Phi Gamma Nu, Eve Cobos, Miss Venus of Spirit Day, and Miss Elder fsponsorj, "Lobo of the Year." Row one: Ann Barlow, Jean Weld, Dee Kelley, Retta Cutler, Clara Mae Peterson, Marilyn Beebe. Row two: Barbara Bracken, Patty Gibson, Sally Bridges, Maryls Bright, Sandra Fossler, Eve Cobos. Row three: Nancy McKnight, Jean Mitchell, Donna Peer- man, Frances Fuchs, Deanna Austin, Jean McKelvey, Pat West, Shirley Milton. Pat Kross Nancy Cole Jane Day Marjorie Endres Barbara Fredrick Pat Gloss Nancy Lalicker Jo Ann Lockridge Adoria Martin Francine Raper Barbara Scoh Betty Slayter Judy Stermer ill! if fin I ':illl llllllg lsllni J ,fy 24 V if Av L? 1" fl 'v i . f . V J' ' : ' 4 Z- -N 5511 "wm1nului fu? ' X A , 2 ,V 1 I fs' w.:f"axff - I 4. hokona house council 3 : v i Row one: Virgie Gentry, Miss Failing, Sandy Malock, Sandy Borgrink, Orcilia Zuniga. Row two: Judy Noftrott, Pat Brackeen, Marcia McElderry, Enid Douglas, Annice Brewer. lfmokona standards committee Row one: Margie Monk, Becky Radford, Carmen Truiillo, JoAnn Cook. Row two: .lo Ann Correlli, Louise Malone. Y-fa, xi 5 it .X If '12 The rooms in the new Hokona are quite attractive and easy to keep. A beverage whipped up in the kitchen, and a few nice minutes in the recreation room. Checking a find in one ofthe rooms. bf' VOTE F08 'THE MOST POPULAR gm.. HOKONAVWITLQ: if .,e. I 1 ,,. ig' K 'g . ,' g' :y Q in 'r J ffiri 4, -. t 51.5 . M ,,,,V ,2if ,.- L in The Candid-sign Qifxfle fifii QL: J It i if A ' S --f " ' s ' Hokona's contribution to campus chest, with Jo Ann Cook the winner. t The music room at the dorm is a place for many enjoyable hours. 199 Smiles, boredom, chatter, but one main thought - FOOD! The comfortable reading room oFf the lounge is a welcome relaxation spot. hokona A good view any way you look at it. 200 The pleasant surroundings, the nice people, new happenings all make up an enioyable mealtime. lounging in the lounge and going over favorite subjects. Q' WSI ill g l E- Hia! 1 .I mesa vista dormitory "Home Sweet Home." Since Mesa Vista is the only independent men's dormitory on the campus, it is the largest single organization at UNM. It has an enrollment of tive- hundred and fifty men. Dormitory Council, row one: Paul Cheong, Ramon Sanchez, Jim Todd, Lee Moore, Fred Mirabal, Glenn Thornton. Row two: Albert Amadon, Secretary, John Allen, Vice-President, Jim Snead, President, Frank Locke, Treasurer. t,ataE's The government of the dormitory is set up and operated by the members. Under the new constitution, the govern- ment of the dormitory is composed of two branches - the Dormitory Council and the Residents Standards Council. Gene McCIuney, Otto Raabe, Art Kompass, Gary Sloan, Jim Snead. 201 xx 'viii 1 Eager students ever searching for new fields to conquer . . . Sweet voices wafting o'er the air. The Crystal Ball was as lovely as its royalty. 7 irilff F' iff' .. i '. ' '72' 'Wil i ,.f5'4g'Z- A T ,.v 1" u 1 - Q ' V Sift- ' ' ll.. . ' ' l i l E- Q r VI l Aw Santa man - this isn't what I asked for. Dorm girls join together to serenade at Mesa Vista dining hall meso visto olormifory Oh, for the days when there was only one channel! r'vf'! r sf M! This should help my math too . . . Not even cs leher from the Deon! And each resident may have privacy whenever he desires it. . . baptist student union The Baptist Student Union is the organization 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 affiliate with a local church and participate fully, during their college days. ln addition, the Baptist Student Union maintains a full program of social, religious, and missionary activities on campus, designed to help UNM Baptist students grow spiritually at the same time they are being trained academically. A Baptist Student Center, located at 409 University NE, provides recrea- tional 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. Come on now, and gather 'rouncl. A little break in the BSU to just relax. Even work isn't bad when you do it together. vlflmmvgtmmreea N e.,Qi5hiliIi':.mfnlGF"' ' 'Mime- :lf-.AA 5245 tv . 5 -- , V zavsygr I BANNED BOSTON HH FH gems H t-mm LELALJEEN J lf, lm C MDN IN ANEREAU Annu? I1 '-1"""'2"?ff :gn ALUMS J.'?'5"-+1 The Baptists decorated for Massach usefts' alums. . . in A ..., lfAn.g1i:L,E?: W canterbu ry association The Canterbury Association is the Episcopal student organ- ization under the direction of the Rev. Milton A. Rohane, Chaplain, and student officers elected yearly. It is an affili- ate ofthe National CanterburyiAssociation ofthe Episcopal Church. The program ofthe Canterbury Association offers many services. There are celebrations of the Holy Communion and an Evening Prayer Service every Sunday night followed by supper and program. Since there are no opportunities to further religious ed- ucation at UNM, the Canterbury Association attempts by study groups and programs to allow the student to grow in his religious and Biblical knowledge as he grows in his secular knowledge. As well as study programs, there are opportunities offered for fun and fellowship in recreational activities. nm: A celebration of the Holy Communion at St. Thomas of Canterbury Chapel. Row one: Rev. Milton Rohane, Chaplain, Dick Wiley, John Tillotson, Goss Yeager, Katherine Hill, Alverda Naylor. Row two: Judy Norton, Janice Hopper, Secretary: Blanche McCord, Treasurer, Bill Naylor, George Odell. Row three: Sharon McAdams, Diana Darnall, Georgia Duncan, Vice-President: Charlotte Pickwick, Robin Young, Edith Williams. Row four: Shigeo Bon, Dorothy Julian, Martha McCulloch, Bob Kirkham. Row five: John Hays, Johnny Kinsolving, l.R.C. Representative, Skipper Salazar, Roger Johnstone, President, Larry Williams, Bill Mandell. 206 hillel Row one: Gordon Bernell, David Drebs, Norman Ball, Donald Weintraub, Sherrill Eckhouse, Sheldon Raizes, Pennie Karchmer, Floyd Siegel Barbara Schonberg. Row two: Rabbi Arthur S. Hollander, Malcolm Osoff, Sandy Charney, Shelah Greenberg, Bud Westreich, Mrs. Robert Lieb- man, Betsy Bell, Jerry Kleinfeld, William Krieger, Rabbi David D. Shor. officers President ........,............ ,Sherrill Eckhouse First Vice-President .... ..... S heldon Raizes Second Vice-President . . . . . .Norman Ball Recording Secretary ..... .....,... B etsy Bell Corresponding Secretary ..,..... Shelah Greenberg Treasurer ..,........,.,. . . .Donald Weintraub ln keeping with the Hillel Councilorship's policy, the club is open to out-of- town servicemen and advanced high school students along with the university students. Under the guidance of councilor Rabbi David Shor, Hillel carried on an active program. They had guest speakers for regular meetings and held socials twice monthly. On the campus, the group participated in the Campus Chest Drive and was host for the annual joint Brotherhood Week meeting of Hillel, U.S.C.F., and Newman Club. Members aid in placing out-of-town stu- dents and servicemen at private homes for Jewish religious festivals. 207 newman club officers President ...... ........... .... T e d Martinez Vice-President . . . ..... John Kelleher Treasurer . . . ..... Nancy Toennies Secretary . . . ..... Sue Williams Newman Club is a student organization under the direction of a Catholic Chaplain and student officers, established for the religious, cultural, and social development of its members. The Aquinas Newman Club at the uni- versity belongs to the Santa Fe province of the National Newman Club Fed- eration, and is so chartered in its affiliation with 600 clubs on as many campuses in the United States. The religious program of Newman Club offers many services: four Sun- day 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, fre- quent guest lecturers, library facilities, 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 Breakfast, and an annual Cardinal Ball. Troubles, grades, and hurry - all forgotten in a moment of prayer .... lu , ,..,,e is Father Butler talks with some students outside the Newman Chapel. 5 The Aquinas Newman Center, adioining the campus, is directed by Dominican Fathers who serve as resident chaplains. Program facilities are provided in St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel, new student church which was dedicated by Cardinal Spellman on September 6, l954, and Aquinas Hall which includes a lounge for meetings and socials, a classroom, a kitchen, game- room, and residence rooms for men students. Time out - for a laugh. 209 54 united student christian fellowship U.S.C.F. is an interdenominational organization, sup- ported by local and national agencies of eight denomina- tions, and affiliated with the Rocky Mountain Region Student Christian Movement. The purpose of the U.S.C.F. is to help students develop, maintain, and express Christian ideals in both personal and social living on the campus, in the local community, and in the national and international fields. lt is built around the idea that no education can be adequate which is out of contact with the scientific and cultural developments of our time. Open-minded consideration of such issues is featured at the weekly forum meetings. Fellowship and faith are practiced in short devotions held several times during the week. The cabinet and commissions carry out the work of U.S.C.F. and unite the group into an effective force on the UNM campus. officers Row one: Nancy Amundson, Mary Cooper, Betty Slayter, Margie Endres, Judy Little. Row two: Barbara Hunt, Bobbi Thompson, Eleanor - - Griffin, Dottie Harroun, Berw n McKinne , Donna Rinn. Row three: Minta President ...... ..., D ottie Harroun S d Xu. Y h L G B I V. -P .d A-MM . . E d ue Bunn, Reveren Joe W: is, Donna S ort, ours Pearson, every Slce tres' em aglcglesln :es Harris, Bill Doty, Esther Gibson, Bart Strohl, Don Schultz. ecre ary , . . ...... e y ay er Treasurer .... .... B erwyn McKinney Row one: Barbara Justice, Eleanor Griffin, Patty Pick, Betty Hardgrove, Betty Slayter. Row two: Ray Bohm, Sandy Malloch, Esther Gibson, Judy Little, Ann Hume, Win Erdman, Louis Pearson. Row three: Arlene Jackson, Dottie Harroun, Mary Cooper, Ruth Ballenger, Erleen Filsinger, Stephanie Kimbrough, Alice Blue, Arlone Jackson. Row four: Carroll Deenean, Pete Ford, Edwin Dunn, David Cargo, George Swain, Don Schultz, Don Tyler, Robert Ghattas, Roger Atteberry, Reverend Joe Willis. 210 wesley foundation Row one: Ray Lutz, Doreen Teague, Betty Lou Payne, Al Bennett, Ed Buck, Betty Teague, Jean Weld, Bill Bennet, Fred Johnson, Sharon Causey Row two: Ed Jordan, Barbara Brown, Fred Brockhausen, Von Killgore, Jean May, Embree Hole, Carol Clayton. officers President . . . ....... Bill Renfro Vice-President . . .... Fred Brockhausen Secretary . . . ..., Eleanor Griffen Wesley Foundation is a part of a national organization known as the Meth- odist Student Movement uniting Methodist students in university and college communities across the nation. The Wesley Foundation at the University of New Mexico seeks through organized fellowships to minister to the spiritual, moral, and social needs of students. It is operated for all Methodist students and other interested friends at the University as a place where one can find a lasting and meaningful fellowship in which to share ideas ancl beliefs during the college career. 2'l'l concert band 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 and which plays for all military reviews. Not only have the UNM bands given us much local enjoyment through their half-time performances at games and through such concerts as "Fanfare i957," but they have brought to UNM wide recognition in the realm of music. unm marching band unm chorus Dr. John M. Batcheller, conductor, Marilyn Beebe, accompanist. Members: Karren Allred, William Andrews, E. M. Avare, Barbara Bohlman, Ruthie Bonifield, Sharon Bowers, Doris Breitentield, Cruz Castillo, Elizabeth Cheers, Winston Christian, Edwin Clark, Jennielee Clemens, Nancy Cole, Janet Collins, Janet Cook, Carolyn Cooke, Donald Davies, Frankye Doyle, Carolyn Evans, Francis Evans, Karen Farber, Kay Farin, Jeanette French, Hestor Fulton, Alfred Gonzales, Bennie Gonzales, Sibyl Gordanier, Sylvia Harlow, Joyce Herrmann, Helen Hill, Diana Holterman, Mona Howe, Carmen Hoy, Ann Hume, Nancy Jenkins, Susan Johns, Donna Johnson, William Krum, Randall Laws, Tanis Lintord, Denise Loper, Margaret McLaughlin, Mari- lyn Mackey, Patricia Maker, Coralyn Melton, Donna Minge, Gary Montague, Diana Montes, Ernestine Montoya, Patricia Needles, David Nevin, Dorothy Odendahl, Elaine Pappas, Mary Pappas, Gerogia Phillips, Lionel Rael, O'Warner Ross, Bobby Roudon, Dana Sankey, Elizabeth Schnorr, Lynne Schwab, Mada Swayze, Laura Tippin, Lawrence Wheeler, Morris West, Grace Whitlock, David Williams, Polly Williams, Elaine Withers, Robert Yowell. unm concert chorus Dr. Kurt Frederick, director, Jack Foster, accompanist. Sopranos: Martha Bullock, Carla Koelmann, Isabel Miller, Oleta Lou Roberts, Eve Cobos, Susan MacKay, Charlene Ortega, Emily Taulman, Judie Ellis, Myra Manton, Minnie Lou Randall, Marilyn Thomas. Altos: Wendy Bennett, Georgia Duncan, Sibyl Gordanier, Marilyn Neuber, Vaugn Ramsey, Norma Betts, Andrea Ellis, Marilyn Johnson, Geraldine Palmer, Sylvia Ruiz, Barbara Duenkel, Dorothy Garrett, Suzanne Kurman, Barbara Phillips, Peggy Sullivan. Tenors: Donald Ashbaugh, Paul Carleson, Richard Krueger, James Thompson, Robert Bishop, Jack Foster, Roy Meyer, Ray Brown, William Fry, William Purdy, David Warnock. Basses: Toribio Avila, Robert Geisler, Ray Lutz, Dave Orr, Bruce Delaney, Don Gunter, Gary Montague, Richard Peterson, Tom Wold, Richard Garretson, Robert Holloway, William Noland, Merritt Strohl. unm orchestra The UNM Chorus and Orchestra had a very successful and noteworthy musical year. Among the works presented were the "Passion According to St. Mat- thew," by Bach and an evening of Puccini in December. The Puccini program consisted of a one act opera, "Sister Angelica," and the composer's "Messa di Gloria." In March, the orchestra under the direction of Kurt Frederick pre- sented a concert consisting of numbers by Liebermann, Weber, Barber and Chopin. George Robert, of the UNM music faculty, was piano soloist at that concert. Also in March, the orchestra went to Denver to play for the Music Educator's National Conference. At that concert the orchestra played Rolf Liebermann's "Concerto for Jazz Band and Symphony Orchestra." The Lieber- mann number had received its first American presentation only a short time earlier and the UNM orchestra was one of the first college orchestras in the country to play it. A Chorus Concert, featuring the "Lord Nelson Mass," by Haydyn in April and a second Orchestra Concert scheduled for sometime in May were other highlights of the musical year at UNM. ' i is 5 sigma alpha iota officers President ..... , A..., Barbara Duenkel Vice-President .,., .... M arilyn Johnson Secretary .... , .... Adoria Martin Treasurer . . . .... Martha McCulloch Alpha Sigma chapter of Sigma Alpha lota is a national honorary and profes- sional fraternity for women in music. Scholarship, musicianship, American music interests, and high standards of performance are objectives of the organization. Activities of the group include the Christmas Vesper Service, Spring Musicale of Contemporary American Music, assisting with Music Department productions, and ushering for Civic Symphony and Community Concerts. THE SIGMA ALPHA IOTA SYMPHONY To study and practice the goodness of life, the beauty of art, the meaning of music. To sing the song of sincerity ancl universal peace. To speak the words that build, that bless and comfort. To play the harpstrings of loving kindness, tolerance, appreciation, and genuine gratitude. To listen, to be still and know the harmony from within. To falter never in seeking loving service, wisdom and understanding. And again, to practice . . . This is to be our Symphony. Row one: Betty Van Dyrk, Nancy Cole, Emily Taulman, Barbara Duenkel, Tony Cella, Adoria Martin, Olinda Luna. Row two Eve Cobos, .loan Orlebeck, Martha McCullough, Myra Manton, Marion Henry, Marilyn Johnson, Patty Maker, Sylvia Ruiz. alrotc stall ks.- l .Qura- H. M. Yochum, Cadet Colonel James Reese, Cadet Lt. Col. Gilbert St. Clair, Cadet Lt. Col. Robert Benvenuti, Cadet Lt. Col Group Commander Group Operations Officer Group Executive Officer Squadron I Commander Robert Sanchez, Cadet Lt. Col. Donald Shaffer, Cadet Lt. Col. Charles Roberts, Cadet Major J. G. Jaramillo, Cadet Major Squadron Il Commander Squadron lll Commander Group Adjutant Group A. l. P. Officer L"-HFS 'K Ted Tristram, Cadet Major Robert Wortman, Cadet Major D. W. Suttie, Cadet Capt. .lack Strom, Cadet M! Sgt. Group Supply OFlicer Group Athletic Officer Group Personnel Officer Group Sgt. Major hi winter i957 graduates J Front row: Edward F. Tristram, Frank W. Parker, Ernest M. Jaramillo, James G. DeBolt, Charles M. High. Back row: Mark R. Cameron, Richard D. Reinert, Bill D. Hurley, Charles B. Batsel. spring i957 graduates Front row: Don Johnson, John G. Jaramillo, Charles Roberts, Robert Benvenuti, James Reese, Douglas Suttie, Donald KRustyl Shatter, James Hines. Back row: John Moore, Robert Sanchez, Gilbert K. St. Clair, Charles Weaver Jr., Ernest Bruss, Carl Larson, Mac Waller. Not available for picture: Henry Yochum, James Cramer, Edwin Herbert, Richard Rinaldi. arnold air society The local squadron of the Arnold Air Society, the Joseph McConnell Squadron, was founded at UNM in i954 with three charter members. The society, which is the honorary society for advanced cadets, conducts a number of worth- while activities during the year. These include co-sponsorship of a Christmas food drive and scholastic help for other cadets. The society has now grown to eighteen active members commanded by Cadet Lreu tenant Colonel Gilbert K St Clair is I V .L 1 L vrvflig PL.. -1' Arnold Arr Society Initiation Robert Benvenuti, H. M. Yochum, Robert Sanchez, Gilbert St. Clair, James Reese, John G. Jaramillo, Don Shaffer. Society pledges being sworn in. Row one Douglas Suttue, Mel Castillo, Sostanes Suazo, Jack Strom, Gilbert St. Clair, Don Johnson, Alfonso Marquez. Row two: Joe Sandoval, Charles Roberts, H. M. Yochum, Don Shaffer, Robert Benvenuti, Ted Tristram, James Reese, David Smith, Park Sims. Row three: John G. Jara- millo, Norman Jordan, Charles Weaver, John Doughty, Bill George, Ernest Bruss, Richard Rinaldi, Robert Sanchez, Jerome Mueller. . I . - 32 " - 5 ' '?:l'.-' 3 5 i i' Q' Wifi' 51 it , T A ' i ' - - ' -ff? . ft gr" ,V , gg gg ug. . , EW, . at X ' vw y ' 4 it g is 'si' V ., - f A .riff ' :"""' " . I 219 squadron I Each month the AFROTC selects an honor squadron which is chosen for its precision in drill and its accumulated merits. Squadron I, commanded by Cadet Lt. Colonel Robert P. Ben- venuti, captured the title for first semester by winning every month's competition, consisting of a Pass-In-Review of the entire corps. 4 -ss Squadron Commander, Cadet Lt. Colonel R. P. Benvenuti, Guidon-bearer, R. H. Strain. H. T. Ball, E. B. Dobson, A. Marquez, J. E. Thompson, W. D. Robertson, D. M. Fedric, P. D. Askos, E. T. Darnell, M. D. Cox, L. Aragon, M. H. McAfee, A. G. Tackett, John M. Joseph, B. L. Jones, R. D. Afteberry, J. H. Denton, J. C. Carter, G. F. Bogue, H. H. West, W. B. Casper, R. L. Lepp, R. K. Hooks, M. W. Breece, M. R. Parker, R. Falconi, T. R. Valdez, F. K. Bentley, E. R. Cordova, D. T. Smith, J. O. Sandoval, P. S. Van Patten, R. W. Lucas, K. M. Car- penter, G. O. Carminganni, F. L. Chapman, J. M. Dodd, T. B. Biddle, J. B. Stuart, R. W. Crandall, R. H. McBride, T. C. Duker, J. E. Claunch, J. C. Boynewick, R. R. Altenberg, A. F. Carey, C. K. Austin, D. Concha, E. Apodaca, P. D. Kinslow, C. E. Clement, J. S. Coggins, G. P. Beisman, P. Esacove, R. Del Llano, G. Dennis, J. A. Beasley. squadron n Squadron Commander, Cadet Lt. Colonel J. R. Sanchez, Guidon-bearer, W. F. Hunsley. C. A. Weaver, E. C. Herbert, N. M. Jordan, M. Waller, K. L. Shook, D. D. Burnstein, J. G. lvie, R. E. Jenkins, R. E. Jacoby, W. C. Hughes, D. R Hutton, W. Krieger, E. L. Kaemper, A. G. Hunter, R. A. Meiering, G. T. Kerry, G. H. Hubbell, D. D. Gonzales, G. H. Radcliffe, R. T. Ledbetter, G. C. Johnston, J. D. Garber, R. M. Arington, K. L. Fourcher, J. W. Hoglund, J. B. House, E. P. Sims, J. D. Strode, S. F. Suazo, G. Benjamin, R. G. Jackson, M. J. Holbrook, R. R. Boyett, R. A. Litka, R. E. McCurdy, L. P. Beck, D. H. Haggard, L. Flores, R. H. Schnurr, E. J. Lopez, J. E Jordan, K. D. Kernberger, A. E. Hefner, K. J. Gilbert, D. A. Webster, R. C. Jones, W. G. Lyles, J. P. McKitrick, G. E. Franklin, I. W. McCauley, F. W. Herald, H. E. Gruber, R. B. Klein. squadron in Squadron Commander, Cadet Lt. Colonel D. M. Shaffer, Guidon-bearer, W. C. Tharp. E. H. Bruss, C. E. Larson, B. D. Hurley, M. C. Castillo, F. H. Johnson, A. M. Lopez, D. A. Paschal, R. L. Sperry, M. L. Robertson, T. W. Pecinpaugh, T. S. Peay, H. E. Brown, L. A. Moore, R. R. Kovash, E. E. Sanchez, Q. J. Elliott, B. A. Sandberg, J. F. Heck, G. Yates, S. E. Reynolds, D. H. Forrester, T. J. Stucker, J. E. Sloane, M. R. Sandoval, W. G. Robertson, F. C. Shuman, J. R. Mueller, J. H. Hines, C. M. Schlick, L. K. Lindell, B. S. Starkey, C. M. Pino, B. A. Perkins, P. R. Wimbush, J. E. Uhl, D. H. Snow, J. W. Skidmore, G. G. Puckett, C. R. Wolfe, F. N. Thompson, R. P. McNeill, D. C. Salyer, A. H. Fleming, J. K. Williams, R. R. Seeds, F. G. Ortiz, R. R. Valdez, C. B. Stewart, J. L. Shiplet, C. P. Roberts, J. A. Ruggles, W. L. Gosnell, J. L. Clark, J. T. Miller, E. F. Puckett. 221 The Air Force Association is a national independent airpower organization founded in 1946. The A.F.A. has three major purposes: QU "To assist in obtaining and maintaining adequate airpower for national security and world peace," Q21 "To keep A.F.A. mem- bers abreast of developments in the field of aviation," f3j "To preserve and foster the spirit of fellowship among former and present members of the United States Air Force, Air Reserve, and Air National Guard." The local A.F.A. is one of the few Cadet Squadrons in the nation. lt serves as the social and service organization of the Air Force ROTC. 222 air force association Kneeling, l. to r.: Cadet TfSgt S. Suazo, Cadet MfSgt Park Sims QPresidentl. Back row: Cadet MfSgt Bill George, Cadet AHC Lee Moore, Cadet AflC Robert Lucas. Pass-in-Review. Air Force Band. Drill Team: Robert W. Lucas, Commander. Row two: K. R. Shook, P. R. Wimbush, J. E. Uhl, K. M. Carpenter, William Krieger, J. W. Moseley, T. S. Peay. Row three: L. A. Moore, F. G. Ortiz, R. E. McCurdy Jr., R. A. Litka, E. T. Darnell, P. H. Duray. Row four: D. H. Forrester, T. C. Duker, J. E. Sloane, M. J. Holbrook Jr., W. C. Hughes, R. C. Burleson, L. Aragon. Air Force Color Guarcl. Military Boll Royalty AFROTC and NROTC Queens escorted by the unit commanders. Cadet Col. Yochum crowns AFROTC Military Ball Queen Carolyn Roff. Col. Schoggen, Professor of Air Science at UNM and wife greet Cadets at the Military Ball. 224 The receiving line during the Military Ball. activities "- And I want a blue uniform with wings on it." it Joint Review with Navy 1956-1957 Size 14 Shoe? --- .fc 4 - ,,,- e ., Q ,, i An AFROTC cadet gives two potentials some tips. Get 'Em Nice and Tight! 225 Somebody's in a tough spot! AFROTC Vs. "Pikes." Seated l. to r.: Tom W. Peckinpaugh, Robert W. Lucas, Captain, M!Sgt Cliftord Roeder, Coach. Standing I. to r.: John T. Stucker Lee A. Moore, Barton L. Jones, Richard L. Lepp, Douglas H. For- rester, John A. Beasley, Peter G. Golden, Richard Lake. x.q.g-3 '- V ' .1 ,Q -'wig .i1,'iAf', H l ' X .255 r Lf ...ill . Q gh in'-.tj-ir' Cadets relaxing at the coffee bar. The Administration visits the AFROTC Unit at Open House. -ignfsii ,gf 0 -TS f-.fr-'E' l-I iw g.. ,J :-A 5 - -'74 A' 'S 3' J I H, ,wi in ,N ' A- -'vzf-Mid ., ..' 1 QA. .- V-sw -L - ' 1 - l 4 1 1 1 U ,,.4- Q v Wivri Us ,-Q.. 'VU 'fQn'r" S' 45,5- Q ln W ,- -J I .- ...an- I r ..- 552 WEEK an-me wax u. I f"?f'i Y: W i7"nY' Wa WS' gm N 4 , L me . www M, W ,af ,ig 1 n kg 163113-:V Q," s , A s Q: 35155:-:.:.-3'-:.:Y QF-x A ggi :eg if 5 5l!CIf'0El V Hang 'S ngnblqoq -f suaqdagg '3 ""A .lBdOOD 'f' ' un::AauoH ' milnbl 'd "" UQPJDH -3 "" 9 ng1pq5noq '3' ' ' LIOH 'cz "" .ISDDQ 'f' " 5I!CIn0H 'V' ' suaqdagg 'Q Jadoog 'f' ' sauof 'f' ' ' zgang 'f' ' ' Hang ,S .... u!pmH 'g' ' MOH .G ,... 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AJJGI' 'suaqdagg sapoqg 'an5oq pmuoa1 'mpunxalv uaqog 'xpoumM pgmq 'uoqogaw pmqagg :sang Moy uadoog uqof 'zgaog Auf 'Janog uqof 'HgJpqBnoq salmqg 'LIOH pgfxoq 'sauof :por :om Meg 'uossp1pV Auaf '54n:AauoH afimag 'xggqnog mquy 'appol Ang 'nanny' 'nod :auo M03 SQDQHO uoglonoq 34oJu the wardroom The Wardroom Society was organized to pro- mote the social and professional interests of A ,T the midshipmen of the NROTC unit. It is a separate body composed ot elected members of the board from all the classes of midship- men. Social activities include skating, bingo parties, and special dances. The Shipwreck Ball is in costume and is held in October. The Navy Queen is crowned at the Military Ball, held in January. The Ring Dance, in honor of the juniors who received their rings, is tradi- Honaland chmaxesthesodalseasom Atthe end of the year the Society awards an otTicer's dress sword to the midshipman who has con- tributed the most to the Society during the year. NROTC Queen, Phyllis Ward is being escorted to her throne by Mid shipman Bauer. Row one: Charles Doughdrill, Secretary-Treasurer, Lynn Parker, President, Jim Bisbee, Vice-President, Jay Boetz. Row two: Charles Thompson, Larry McGinnis, Harold Farley, Fred Fornoft, Lawson Phyte, Doug Glover. ., H..-LM., 1 v 7 'l 1 P! 5,- ,AEI 1 . M 5 La- 'Q'- W Y A fl ,..-a 'Y' , O--. The brilliant embelliihment on top of the Qwhole is first noticed and at lauded. It is the 1 spirit materialized. athletics mr. america - mr. universe This year's sports section is dedicated to an outstand- ing UNM athlete, whose accomplishments and abilities have received little recognition from the student body. We would, therefore, like to develop these achieve- ments in order that they might be properly saluted, and act as a tribute to a person of such caliber. STEVE KLISANIN came to New Mexico from Penn- sylvania, where he earned such titles as "Mr. Pennsyl- vania" and "Mr. Allegheny Mountains." Since arriving in the Sunshine State, he earned the "Mr. New Mex- ico" and "Mr. Southwest" crowns. Unlike most body builders, Steve is an accom- plished weight lifter, and last year copped 3rd place in the 'I98 Ib. division ofthe National AAU Champion- ships, hoisting a total of 825 pounds overhead. He is rated among the top ten litters in the world in his weight division, and has hoisted enough total weight in contests to rank third in the world! An example of his versatility may be best traced to his school boy days at Kiska Prep in Pennsylvania. Upon graduation, Steve was named the outstanding all-around athlete over the great Bob Mathias' flater ot Olympic Decathlon tamej. Upon entering the university, he became a member ofthe Lobo football team, and concentrated his studies in geology. As a sophomore, Steve won the ".IR. MR. AMERICA" title, and followed up in T955 with the "MR. AMERICA" cup. He culminated a brilliant career some ten days after receiving his Bachelor of Science degree from UNM, by attaining the supreme accom- plishment of a body builder -the title of MR. UNIVERSE! 232 ,. if-mugs - .HE fr . an-,, "- u H' X f ,lim vA-- ' Q. yigi ,,gs,,,, ,gm ,, Y,r,gi.52.., tygirsifrs.-Y - i, f . .N -gf. f'fE2i-lik Mfseigf, sms.. , I tif s-. . .... ..,. -A"'..--,giant 1 . 'L . .Alias Steve Klisanin, Mr. Universe-I'-756 Modest, conscientious, and hard-working, Steve very nobly exemplified his character by refusing a 5500.00 per week salary as a stage attraction on the Mae West TV show, to accept a position as Coach of Iran's Olympic Weightlifting team! We of the UNM student body are proud to be col- leagues of a person ot such stature, and as a student, gentleman, and athlete wish to salute you, Steve Klisanin, MR. AMERICA . . . MR. UNIVERSE! football UNM sports fans received their first glimpse of reiuvenated athletics when head foot- ball coach Dick Clausen, and his Iowa aides, promenaded his Oklahoma style Split- T and spread formation onto the Lobo gridiron this season. The wide open, spirited type play and team effort, was a welcomed improvement after the previous season's performance, and a dismal 2-8 season. The season, as a whole, was characterized by an element which was inherent in the team, as well as the student body - spirit and desire! Clausen's style blossomed effectively into operation in a "giant killer" fashion at the outset of the season, when the Lobos upset highly touted Utah State. The Wolfpack then met with a series of "power" losses to Texas Western and Arizona, and began an strong stretch drive characterized by some close, well-played, but disappointing losses, before hitting the win column again. The most spectacular victory of the season ended the loss skein, and propelled the team to its strong finish through a tremendous boost of morale, confidence, and desire. That was the Homecoming "must" ga me, and, the sight of that desperation pass sailing endlessly through the air, will be a long remembered occasion - some- thing every season seems to produce. , The team's "heart-breaker" against Colorado A8iM turned out to be the one which culminated the season. The Aggies trimmed the Lobos, 28-27, in what proved to be the best offensive showing of the season for both teams. The loss prevented UNM from attaining a .500 season average, and the Wolfpack thus marked the goal posts with a 4-6 record, claiming two Conference victories. We feel that efficient progress is definitely in the making, and we were much im- pressed by the Lobo performance. With only five graduating seniors on the roster, the season record should advance at least another two rungs up the victory ladder, and strongly establish the UNM in the upper division next season. From the style of play we were shown this season, the Lobos receive our vote as the team most likely to defeat the favorites - and, winning produces championships! football staff The backbone behind the development of any team lies in the individual and collective efficiency of the staff. We here at UNM feel proud to have this element as well as other character building qualities among the components of our football staff. We feel the in- terest, enthusiasm, and knowledge put forth by these mentors may be ably detected among our players, as well as serve as an invaluable aid to Coach Clausen. 3 s it E Dick Clausen, Head Coach Bill Weeks, End Coach, John Neumann, Line Coach, Dick Clausen, Head Coach, Lou Cullen, Freshman Coach, Marv Levy, Backfield Coach. if Row one: Jerry Lott, Wayne Gares, Glen Hakes, Jerry Nesbitt, Jerry Apodaca, Mascot Ralph Leyva, Dick Pribble, Jamie Koch, Charlie Thompson, Lynn White, Dick Drake. Row two: Ed Fillings, Trainer, Ron Glovetski, Larry Davis, John Barefoot, Tunny Wilson, Ted Foster, Joe Gale, Jim Harris, Al Hermosillo, Mason Rose, John Moore. Row three: Marv Levy, Coach, Bob Bursey, John Demman, Dale Laverty, George Miller, Buster Quist, Wayne Wolf, Phil Harris, Phil Spear, Porky Leyva, Walt Von Steeg. Row four: John Neumann, Coach, Gary Sloan, Bob Clouthier, Jack Bresenham, Jack Hardin, John Hager, LaVerne Prock, Don Kenney, Bob Swan, Bob Schnurr, Dick Clausen, Head Coach. Bill Weeks, Coach. all-conference lc JERRY NESBITT followed last year's season with another superb performance on the gridiron, and teamed with Jamie Koch to form one of the top guard duos in the Skyline Conference. His wide open, aggressive style play again earned him All-Conference honors, with still another season remaining. For his efforts, he was elected team Captain and selected as UNM's outstanding football letterman for 1956. Jerry Nesbitt, Team Captain GLEN HAKES, stalwart of the Lobo line, is a 6'2", 220 pound football founda- tion who turns all opposition to the flanks. Characterized by his power, block- ing ability, and quick movement, his all-around performance is increased by his superb defensive ability. He earned the plaudits of the entire team when I he served as game Captain for the Lobos. We hope both Glen and Jerry will promote themselves from All-Conference to All-American next season! Glen Hakes 234 'FF Ja. 1 1 X k .lohn Demman Quarterback 1.1 Q3 1 '11...wf Ikvph Porky Leyva Quarterback 1' fl: U- gr' , J, V E Wayne Wolf Quarterback Joe Gale Quarterback nv' ,' .Am ' ff, V ,. ""S'f:l1 ' ,Zn r V 'sf!fgf."?Ef,f3 , fr 1- 3 rifkztff -aff? rfliiiz- ,- if Jerry Lott Quarterback A ,n -2 fa., 1, 1 ,r l .r 1 1.0: Andy Morales Center l This onrush of Lobo gridders resulted in what turned out to be a typical situation for the Utags -trying to get the ball off the ground. Two Aggies are about to gang up on Phil Spear 1341, while Dick Drake 1871 helps Charlie Thompson down the ball carrier, as Bob Swan 1541 looks on. ll Bob Swan Larry Davis Center Center Bob Bursey 1411 turns out the light on this Utag ball carrier as he receives reliable as- sistance from Porky Leyva, and a host of Lobos, including: Dick Drake 1871, Mason Rose 1771 and Lynn White 1221. 235 Phil Spear Fullback l. in fat-in 979 T A., bf .020 Laverne Prock Gary Sloan George Miller Fullback Fullback Fullback, Center End Buster Quist 1831 comes in from the flank and uses his head to cushion the tall of Arizona's Art Luppino 1221, whom he has iust dumped. The fleet Wildcat back got up, and went on to break the Na- tional Collegiate rushing record against UNM. Anthony Gray Halfback E ,Y V, it is KI' V K .1 N' ,Q t Bob Bursey Halfback 236 wtwi Jerry Apodaca Lynn White Dick Pribble Halfback Halfback Halfback "IG-""? ' ,.,y ,- 3 5 52? .2431 LL Wayne Gosnell Halfback Tafkobo TEAM showed this Utah State ball carrier what he was contending with, and proceeded to drop him to the turf for another loss. Involved in the action are: John Bare- foot, Wayne Gares, Phil Harris, and Jerry Lott. Every fan in the stadium held his breath and stared in awe as Joe Gale's tremendous 65 yd. Homecoming pass floated through the eternity of the skies. A desperate hope was realized when end John Barefoot 1821 clutched the pigskin, tightly tucked it away, and literally stumbled the remaining 5 yards to royal soil. Wayne Gares' toe broke the tie, and added the frosting to a spectacular Homecoming. . Q-maze, kk 1 1' , e . ,Q ,U 3 -. Q as 1 Halfback Dick Pribble breaks the football barrier to get the Homecoming game underway, as he receives able support from cheerleaders Lynell Burns, Nancy 5 , we , .PAW U ' x , ci xg," Jimmy Harris Guard -' ,.,, 1 Ted Foster Guard Jerry Nesbitt, Guard Jamie Koch Team Captain Guard Gentry, Jeanne Bennett, and Martha Benge. KJV l v- 4- ,p f , , 1 ' I 4 l 5-Evil 15" ei-1 ' ' l .lv 1' ,-is ,X 1, J J - . ' - .,., fi Charles Thompson Don Kenney, Guard Guard Tackle Bob Clouthier Guard 'cry H, cf: ' .h ' I Power driving fullback Phil Spears picks up 35 yards and a first " down, as he bursts into the secondary behind the able blocking of Jack Bresenham Jamie Koch C615 and Glen Hakes UU, while end Phil Harris 1851 Guard cuts across to lead interference. 237 All but two players got in on this act of wizardry as Lynn White 1221 vainly reaches out to pull the seemingly hypnotized ball back into his pos- session. Other identifiable Lobos in on the magic act include Dick Pribble 1401, Buster Quist 1831, Glen Hakes 1711, and Mason Rose 1741. Wayne Gares Tackle ' ,ta , ll? 'fa Fullback Phil Spear displays his power as he drives up the middle and scampers 'rr . .4 ,ri fi Q., ,-- ix., 1 Glen Hakes Tackle 1 for a 33 yd. touchdown run against San Diego State. Opening up the giant size hole for him are Ted Foster 1661, Don Kenney 1681, John Hager 1421, Bob Swan 1541 and .lack Hardin 1751. Tackle Tackle Jack Hardin Dale Laverty John Moore Tackle 238 if Ron Glovetski Tackle, End Bob Schnurr Tackle Don Kenney 1681 towers over the mass pile-up Tackle, End of players as the Lobos again threaten the Aztec goal. lhs . ..:1I A .1 a Gary Sloan 1321, Wayne Gares 1775, John Barefoot 1821, Jerry Nesbitt 1625 and Joe Gale U41 vainly pursue the Colorado A8tM Ram that tied up the game with this touchdown. E asflf A llrlv T Al Hermosillo Tackle vw-'V' Fullback Phil Spear is shown breaking away from two Colorado A8tM tacklers, thus falls the Lobo seasonal ground gaining record held by Bobby Lee. Ready to spring to his aid is End ' John Sfdgner Phil Harris 4853. Tackle 'WDW Jim Livingston Mason Rose Gary Rickman End End Halfback, End Jamie Koch continues to butt this Ram backwards, unaware that the Lobo ball carrier has been stopped. Lynn White C221 supervises his procedure. A 'ac A . , K My John Barefoot Dick Drake Phil Harris End End End Quarterback Jerry Lott C131 sweeps the end as Buster Quist 1833 comes in from the post to throw a key block. Other Lobos in the action: Larry Davis C52J, Wayne This Lobo end outiumped a Utah State full- Gares Q77l, and Wayne Gosnell 145, on groundj. back to snare a pass near the goal line, and continue the Wolfpack rampage. - "5"?""7""'7"'4Y""'75'!"" ' Tunny Wilson Buster Quist John Hager End End Halfback Typical of every team this season, four Colorado Aggies combine forces to finally drag down Phil Spear f34J. The rampaging fullback was never thrown for a loss all season, and was the team's leading ground gainer. freshmen football A Denver back is halted as he attempts to plow through the Lobo secondary Although no picture of the Freshman Football team was available, their presence was amply felt on the gridiron. The team was perhaps one of the largest ever at UNM, and was charac terized by an outstanding array of speedy backs, and massive linemen. The backs included such standouts as Chuck Roberts, Don Perkins, Bob Crandall, Ron Beaird and .lack Dailey, while lineman stalwarts were Joe Vinovich, Ron Morrison, Tom Smylie, Roger Kranz, Al Alutius, Neil Frumkin, and Jack Wood. Terminals Ed Blachiniec, Dick Coughlin, Buck Wilson, and Walter Ebia provided ample depth for a passing attack, though the primary emphasis was on power running, speed, and a devastating ground at- tack. Perkins and Beaird loom as the top varsity backfield prospects, with Perkins being the hardest running and most evasive back. Quarterback Chuck Roberts is also highly billed for starting duty at the signal post. Chuck Roberts curtails a Pioneer, as fullback Ron Beaird snares CI loose aerial. bounced into Wolfpup possession A host of DU players all pursuing a loose ball which Silver Fullback LaVerne Prock 1341 slipped away from one Cherry tackler, and then evaded Center- Andy Morales to score on a 35 yard romp. He is trailed by Silver backs Dick Pribble 1441 and Johnny Demman 1121. . 1 I 1 . 1 a r We ., . . .....- - . -. 4 . . l c ' . lp . -ull ll - -lllllll la 1 ',. .. A " 1 'S 93 , . F4 I 0 V In 1 L - 2: . - L 4 . 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',-- , f ayvw , 1, . i rs 1-. 1-11-QI-to H. .Iwo-Sr,-.:e. -' V- '.1"'.i '-a'f-Ww' f. . .tv1 'Elf ' f.f. - .1ia A' 'V 'Y '.' Q! - 1' s- r- 'fi f" 'f' lfz.:. Cherry Quarterback Chuck Roberts 1141 Cherry speedster Bob Crandall 1241 leaps up to snare a pass with the protec- deflects this pass intended for End J0hrI tion of Center Andy Morales 1531, while Silver defenders LaVerne Prock 1341 Barefoot 1821, while back Bob Crandall qnd Dick Pribble clogein, 1241 works his voodoo spell. Andy Morales 1531 is coming up fast from the side. li i'iiiilll'i"' Q A A mi 'mul Silver halfback Dick Pribble 1441 is shown at the beginning of an 89 yard run behind the able blocking of end John Barefoot 1821. Cherry pursuers are: Don Perkins 1441, Don Kenney 1711, Gary Sloan 1being blocked1, Ken Elmore 1731, and Glen Hakes 1621. 242 basketball Front row: Monty Hamilton, Bob Martin, Roger Smith, Walt Kincaid, Lindy Lanier, Dale Caton, Joe Willmore. Back row: Coach Bill Stock- ton, Floyd Siegel, Myrl Goodwin, Winston Pickering, John Teel, Lee Godsy, Walt Schuman, Eli McCullough, Asst. Coach Bob Sweeney. Not Pictured: Dave Syme. Lobo Basketball fortune dipped to one of its lowest ebbs in modern times, as the hoopsters were able to conquer only a single Conference foe - Colorado A8iM. Just as the nation's top quintet was labeled the "Team of destiny," the Lobos might well have been considered the "team of misfortune." The Wolfpack hoopsters dribbled onto the court with skyscraping height, and a speedy, aggressive unit, and at season's end, limped off with a drastically reduced and worn ball club. By mid-term, four of the cagers had been lost due to either scholastic deficiencies or disciplinary measures, and iniuries left a seven man squad to oppose UNM's remaining foes. Despite this gigantic handicap, the Lobos never seemed to lose their desire to excel, and jumped, ran, passed, and played to the best of their ability till the final basket had swished the net. Forward John Teel ably took over the post position, and proved himself a capable and consistent performer. Aside from his usually terrific defensive game, John endedfthe season as the Wolfpack's leading scorer and rebounder, and secured a place on the All-Conference selections. Forward Bob Martin turned in a very creditable and consistent performance in his first season, and was ably supported by such stalwarts as Walt Kincaid, Dale Caton, Walt Schuman, and Myrl Goodwin. An improved showing by Floyd Siegel, coupled with the playing of Lindy Lanier and veteran Dave Syme, aided the Lobo cause and kept a few surprises in the Wolfpack net. . . 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Not pictured: Eddie Lopez, Sulo Mattson, Wilber fRedJ Lyles, Wilmer fBlackieJ Lyles, Chuck Roberts, Ron Altenburg. freshmen basketball UNM fledgling coach Bob Sweeney, paraded the tallest Frosh Cage team in Lobo history onto the hardwood this season, and left fans with an inspired outlook for next season's varsity performance. The Wolfpup hoopsters bounced into a hefty twelve game schedule fthe most extensive everj, and netted an 8-4 season record. Arizona and Denver spoiled a perfect season, though the Pups played them right around the rim before dropping close decisions. The "Little Lobos," composed mostly of former All-State prep performers, were paced by such standouts as Dick Peter- sen, Eddie Miller, Larry Neely, Sulo Mattson, George Buck- hanan, Eddie Lopez, and Wilmer Lyles. Ample assists were supplemented by reserves Del Washburn, Billy Cates, Wilber Lyles, and Bill Mason. Petersen C6' 7", 215 lb. centerj looms as the top varsity prospect and a potential All-Conference performer, while he should be closely followed by playmaker Eddie Miller and Forward Sulo Mattson. Having been well instilled with the fundamental procedure of collegiate hoop play by former Colorado U. star, and present Asst. Coach, Bob Sweeney, the yearling cagers should form the nucleus of UNM's finest basketball squad ever, three years hence. ll and don't try it again," says UNM's Larry Neely 1341 as he ex- terminates the fuse on this White Sands Rocket. ,Ta Y. ,Y ,, . fi 1 -"1 V' l 1 fig 5 A A X agus A' cm L WLSTS if Xu! K 5. U. wl I I 'b re w - .- . V., Q Q 1 ' , 'U Q ' P N. L "'.' nk! , V, u Rllgf L V, P, ! 2 2 'fyi ! s wa ,' ,2 . 1 5 A 1 ,k.,. q, 5 , . Q . Q .. , p. A g ku, 'Wo' Q4 fl 'Q' 5 X, f M Q? fb Q I If K ms K 1 Jr'pg,, 'N 'Xx.f"' Q Il, 1 j cxf fgxors xl L ,,..--' . , gg. gig Q :W v ,I N lil! XL .Q .i JA 991D .f4"f 'Hui 3535 1 .5 I. 0459 n My r 4- as U 'l f5n. N as wrestling Front row: Art Abelson U23 lb.J, Jim Stevens U30 Ib.J, Phil Vargas U37 lb.J, Paul Tapia U47 lb., Team Captainl. Back row: Tom Smylie fHeavyweightJ, Jamie Koch fHeavyweight1, Bob Bursey U77 lb.J, Jim Cramer U57 lb.J, Ray Cramer U67 lb.J, Frank McGuire U67 lb.1, Coach Willis Barnes. Not pictured: Jack O'Neil U37 lb.J, Phil Finley U47 lb.j, Gordy Modrall U67 lb.j, Phil Harris U91 lb.J. Lobo Wrestlers matched their strongest team in history against its best and most extensive schedule, and emerged victorious for the second consecutive season. The grapplers were paced by Senior Lettermen Jim Stevens, Paul Tapia QCaptainj, and Jim Cramer, who finished the regular season undefeated. The Mat Men also developed a squad of promising Sophomores in Phil Vargas, Ray Cramer, Bob Bursey, and Jamie Koch. Coach Willis Barnes' crew were little affected by being forced to forfeit ten points at the outset of each match fdue to insufficient entriesj, and went on to compile a 5-1 season record, losing a close 18-16 bout to Denver University. UNM ended its longest mat season by sending all but a Heavyweight grappler into the Skyline Confer- ence Wrestling Championships, at the University of Wyoming. A series of first round iniuries, including Captain Paul Tapia, dealt the wrestlers a serious setback. Only Jim Stevens, who moved down to the 130 lb. class, was able to tally - and scored all of UNM's points. The Lobo ace lost a close 4-2 decision to Den- ver's defending Conference Champion, Wes Du Chemin, and then went on to capture the consolation crown by winning 4-O, 3-2, and 4-2 decisions. The three Senior wrestlers further distinguished themselves by winning championships in the New Mex- ico State AAU meet. Jim Stevens, Paul Tapia, and Jim Cramer, all won their weight divisions to pace UNM to the unofficial team title. Lobo Captain Paul Tapia glorified the Lobo performance by edging teammate Jim Stevens 6-5 for the "Outstanding Wrestler" award. The Lobo's four returning squadmen will be supported next year by such freshmen standouts as Jack O'Neil, Phil Finley, Frank McGuire, and Tom Smylie. We hope this nucleus will maintain the winning prece- dent which the grapplers have made synonymous with wrestling. Ray Cramer, Lobo 'I67-pounder, is rolled into a l Team Captain Paul Tapia, UNM's T47-pound strong man, in action against Denver. The Lobo ace rolled this grappler into a pin to score his fifth victory ot the season. ., ,M ,f f A . -.,... ,A C "cradle," as he becomes the victim of a second round Freshman Frank McGuire battles to a 4-4 tie, as he tall. maneuvers for advantage in this exhibition match. xv i 'I77-pound Bob Bursey rides a collegiate foe to eke out a 7-6 Heavyweight Jamie Koch is shown in the process of bulldogging decision, and another UNM victory. his opponent into a near tall. SEASON'S RECORD Opponent Their Score. Lobo Score Adams State 15 22 Western Colorado State ll 19 Colorado Mines 16 24 Denver University 18 T6 Adams State 3 31 Ft. Bliss 13 20 Freshman Heavyweight Tom Smylie cops a hard fought Won 5, Lost 1 4-O decision in this exhibition match, to assure himself a place on next year's varsity. boxing 'Awful' is .v 5 sig Q . ,, , .T , ,, .. , Golden Gloves Team: Phil Vargas fFeatherweightl, Eddie Leyba flight-hedvylt Frank McGuire KLight-heavyl, Dick Rungren fMiddleweightl, Jim Stevens QLightweightl The Cherry and Silver was ably represented by five UNM students in the finals of the T957 Golden Gloves. The mitt slingers, headed by flashy Featherweight Phil Vargas, paced the Albuquerque Boy's Club 1 ' . L I 1 fx NP In . We P Q fl t -I 4- i"f?l-'i?Qlj-gn-sf ' Featherweight Phil Vargas works on the heavy bag while training for his third consecutive State title. to the team championship. Vargas won his third consecutive state championship in the l26 pound open class, and was closely supported by former Minnesota Middleweight Champ, Dick Rungren, who won his second straight title. Lightweight Jim Stevens, making his first ring appearance, grabbed the runner-up spot to the Tourney's "Outstanding Boxer." It was all UNM in the Novice division as Light-heavy Eddie Leyba took the measure from teammate Frank McGuire. State Novice Champion, Eddie Jim Stevens, Lobo Lightweight, tests his skill Leyba, sets his sights on teammate while sparring with State Middleweight Frank McGuire, as the two 175 Champ, Dick Rungren. pounders start conditioning bouts Gordy Modrall cloes a planch on the peclestals - an amazing feat of strength and balance. gymnastics Ray Porter is caught in mid-air as he l does a fly-away from the horizontal A bar. I. Z. .4 e we ,f it - ff ff ' Jim Stevens performs on the long horse during a we V ,, . . ' demonstration. . ' - 2': .W - A . B X I Q .5 -442,1 2 45-ii i!-2 -- .5.. .,:T -'-4,-,.,..- s A - 1 my Y in ' "1 ' -f' State AAU diving champ, Jim Stevens, does his off-season training ' onthetrampoline- Don Darner holds Ray 4 Porter in a high arm-to- arm, in a beautiful display 255 of balance. named as having the best developed arms and chest in the southwest. weightlifring Weightlifting has begun to gain prominence among all types of athletics at UNM, as an essential supplement to performance. lt is felt that the proper integration of weightlifting with athletic activity will increase a person's power, speed, and stamina, and build the body to meet the stringent demands of performance. No matter what the sport, there are weight exercises which will effectively develop some element that makes the difference between a player and a champion. They put power into a tennis player's serve, an extra burst of speed into a sprinter, strength into a wrestler's arms, vice-like tackling in a football player, and a home run off of a base- ball bat. The Lobos, who train at Randy's Strength and Health Studio under Coach Randy Fowler, have developed two outstanding litters in Clarence Bass and Bill Lamm, and promising newcomers in Phil Spear, Phil Harris, Jim Harris, John Barefoot, Mason Rose, and Paul Tapia. Bill Lamm has developed a perfect body which has gained him such titles as Mr. Georgia, Mr. New Mexico, Mr. Albuquerque, and Mr. Southwest. In the process of winning these awards, he has been Clarence Bass National runner-up ,J Bill Lamm Mr. Southwest CLARENCE BASS has established himself as the Lobo's top weightlifter, by gaining national prominence while breaking records with each performance. The UNM strongman, who competes in the T65 lb. class, has won the following championships during the past season: Albuquerque Open, North.Texas Open, New Mexico AAU, Chihuahua fMexicol Invitational, Rocky Moun- tain AAU, Southwest, and culminated these perform- ances by finishing second in the National Teenage Championships! He attained an individual climax by hoisting weights of 225 pounds in the Press, 225 in the Snatch, and 300 in the Clean and Jerk for a total of 750 pounds! 257 all? IP? Front row: Norman Ball, Jigger Skillern, Coach George White, C. A. Vidal, Jack Kennedy, Eli McCollough, Joe Ferguson. Not pictured: Sam Lambsam, Bob Sanchez, Walt Kincaid, Larry Kohl. tennis Coach George White lost but one netter from a Tennis Squad which compiled a 'I4-2 record last season, and is sure to better that mark in the forthcoming season. Strongly bolstered by state high school champ Jack Kennedy, the Lobo racquet men loom as a definite contender for the Conference crown. Kennedy will join Joe Ferguson to perhaps form the top net duo in the Rocky Mountains. Jigger Skillern, C. A. Vidal, and Norman Ball are also expected to be point winners. Chuck Vidal and Joe Ferguson anticipating a shot during doubles action. i 258 44 I l N. M. high school Singles Champ, Jack Kennedy, shows the form that makes him the number one Lobo netter. 3 C -.......r , 9 15- 5 1 had Y O Coach Dick McGuire, Bill Swope, Jim Breen, Earl Puckett, Herb Wimberly, Keith Gilbert, Bob Meiring, Jack Miller, Not pictured Bob Tiana Coach Dick McGuire's Lobo linksters have early poised themselves as a Conference title threat, by swinging out an 8-1 decision over Colorado State, and teeing off at White Sands 23-4. Besides having Skyline Conference Champion, Bill Swope, and last year's high school champ Bob Meir- ing, the putters are ably supported by returning squadmen Jim Breen, Earl Puckett, Keith Gilbert, and Herb Wimberly. ' The golfers will meet their sternest test of the season when they tee off against the top teams in the Southwest in the Houston Invitational. The Wolfpack will travel to Colorado A8tM for the conference cham- pionships, and then send a full squad to the NCAA meet at Colorado Springs. t t , ' il gg 4 fi S'-ex 1 Bill Swope, Skyline Conference Golf Champion Rini? , . is . W fs, i track Front row: Roger Smith, Lindy Lanier, Jim Stevens iMgr.J, Bill Briego, Jack Bresenham, Bob Starr. Row two: Eldon Marr, Max Webb, Orlen Coupland, Buster Quist, Bob Bursey, Stan Bazant, Bill Renfro. Row three: Coach Roy Johnson, Ray Berube, Ralph Rosenberg, Chester Norris, Ray Graham, Monty Doyel, Don Perkins, Lee Kolb, Curt Crawford. Not pictured: Bob Crandall, Bob Schnurr, Kemmer White, Dick Pribble, Dan Hampton, Tom Abbott, Joe Abbott, Earl Hedgecoke, Jack Hardin, Toby Roybal Supported by the most powerful Freshmen thinclads in history, the Lobo Spikemen should produce their best team since l955, when they won the Rocky Mountain AAU and Eastern Division Conference titles. The Lobo "Mercury Men" will greatly miss the performance of an all-time great Hurdler-Sprinter Sato Lee, but the cinder crew has a potential first place performer in every field event. Headed by returning squadmen Stan Bazant fShot Putj, Orlen Coupland fDiscusj, Buster Quist Uavelinj, Kemmer White fBroad Jumpj, and Freshman Monty Doyel iPole Vaultj, the tracksters will rely heavily on these events, backed by a very capable crew of runners and hurdlers. Bob Bursey heads the sprinters, but Bob Crandall, Don Perkins, and Kemmer White are all capable of ten second 100 yard dash performances. Arthur Smith and Earl Hedgecoke fState high school record holder, ioin squadman Bob Schnurr to form the nucleus of a strong hurdle crew. Dan Hampton and Roger Smith are slated for Relay positions along with their 440 yard dash assignments. The spikesters have two fine distance runners in John Cordova and Ray Berube, who face the task of filling the shoes of last year's aces, Harrison Smith and Jim Brooks. With Pole Vaulter Chester Norris being the only senior on the squad, we anxiously look forward to a Skyline Conference Championship before Coach Johnson retires from his Track duties. sift- 1 - " . f i bsbs 1 -.A N-1. qw ,'i Wu gl: R Bob Schnurr leads Arthur Smith over the Low UNM's distance aces, John Cordova, and Kemmer White leaps high into the Hurdles in preparation for the Colorado Ray Berube on the last lap of a mile run. air fora 22' 4" broad jump. invitational. 260 i 'as 2 I I' i 12, F Star discus thrower Orlen Coupland watches the platter soar over the 160' mark. 5 l -s x,, . , -wmm.mmnW, HX A ' .. v.w. 'mst '. " l f 3 5 x K M 444' ec-Y' . I I K J -L t X Q, 'N X . 'F l A i . "f'ffa..i - N I .,ewWW'm 1 . ,.gLg 1 ' YQ 'Y A 3.1 .43 I Ti ,nJ.I1a1j4,i3 ,g',:x.p7..,.. - 'J-it-" ..,, '51211511111'g.Q.-I-'.'.'-.'.L 31532.-'Q-. -, 'Q52-1-4-1,- - . , ,.-gt-3:11732-1'-,'.--Q. JTHJQLQQW-r: W .-gg-gf mr' ' - "-' '-u-"" -'- - - . Monty Doyel, state high school record holder, descends from a 'I3' 3" pole vault performance. Kemmer White, Tom Abbott, Bob Bursey, and Arthur Smith all breast the tape together in conditioning sprints. ia: fz, :sg t W ztz S 4. .,.,.. ,..4, Lindy Lanier, also a seasoned basketball and baseball performer, clears 6' 2" in the high iump. 'lgzms.s,,f" it Lobo shot put ace, Stan Bazant, tosses the Buster Quist, UNM's nationally ranked iavelin iron ball 50' 'IOVz" in preparation for the thrower, rockets the spear 212' 8" in a forthcoming meet. practice throw. 261 baseball Row one: Andy Morales, Dick Bectel, Clark Manwarren, Don Franchini, Ron Glovetski, George Balleau, Wayne Gares, Joe Unterberg, Bob Fink, George Unterberg, Joe Patterson, Jerry Brown. Row two: Dick Howell, Bob Glud, Hal Finch, Hugh Andres, Monty Hamilton, Jack Stobie, Coach George Petrol, John Moore, Jim Economides, Dick Brown, Jim Gasaway, Dave Barney. Not pictured: Bob Barney, John Keleher, Lindy Lanier. The most powerful array of Lobo sluggers to ever assemble under a UNM diamond crew are leading the team on a cam- paign which could very ably result in the Skyline Conference Championship. This became evident at the outset of the season when the Wolfpack dropped a 12-10 contest to last yea r's NCAA runner-up, Arizona, and followed this with a 10-4 victory over Colorado State - perennial Rocky Mountain Champions, and five year NCAA finalist. Leading the power bats are Center Fielder Joe Unterberg fwho has already slammed two home runsj, his brother George, Catcher Wayne Gares, and former Conference batting champion, Jim Economides. Last year's same seasoned infield seems even sharper this Spring, and only the mound crew, led by ace hurler Ron Glovetski, appears to be a possible weak spot. This comes as a result of the loss of Jim Pierce, last year's most effective pitcher. If control can be integrated with speed, such slingers as Jack Stobie, Dick Brown, Don Franchini, and Lindy Lanier could strengthen the necessary depth. Graduating seniors include: Ron Glovetski, Clark Manwarren, Jim Gasaway, Dick Brown, Jim Economides, and Jack Stobie - all first stringers. These players have made an immeasurable contribution to the sport, and we feel Coach George Petrol's underclassmen will effec- tively assume their positions after attaining experience from the present season. Catcher Wayne Gares strides into home plate after pounding outa triple. 262 "4 Wayne Gares checks the action across field as leftfielder Jim Economides sprints toward second during the confusion. Jim Gasaway's "stretch" performance failed to stop this Colo Center-fielder Joe Unterberg rounds first after hitting a home ,ado State Bear, Us he beats ou, Q hif- run against Colorado State. All eyes are up as first-sacker Jim Gasaway pastes a high pop fly. This feat evidently fooled the Bears as the ball dropped in for a "Texas l.eaguer." 95. Intramural director Bob Sweeney and assistant Dave Syme check over the results of the tennis tournament. Versatile Bob Starr put the shot 45' 3" on his way in from foot- ball, ancl it appears he may have lost a tongue in the process. Intramurals George Buckhanan, Los Fed Volleyball player, goes high into the air for a spike while teammates Jim Stevens and Sulo Mattson look on. George Buckhanan slices over the bar at 6' 3" to cop the runner-up spot. .Q K, , W L 1 . , Phil Harris and LaVerne U I Don Hoggard KAFROTCJ breasts Prock - intramural horse- Max Webb goes over the bar at 6', but couldn't match Toby Roybal's the tape for a new 440-yd. dash shoe doubles champions. 264 6' 5" iump, record of :53.1. - X X iii gh I F ie features The panorama of life is best realized when looking at ,the simple common parts of the noble whole. ma is ms nw fe mn SEFW mf ,W-. sw 'Wm ,M if ww 4, Aa l g , S H A www ax. mv Ama , .,. , , M-,1 , 1 , X11-wx!! ,p ,.fj9'V L:f'N:' M, .. we , ss INN! ., I , 5 1 555, , vi' v -vs ot ss m W www X f V: . H WEN . .... a-si . N as NH 4, was ., ms f w f in -W 2, ' R' usa 1 1 r : hw ,M gf fa e 4 ,Q an Q Q an ,am Q rn ,am EE amkjfn , w as . ww-mg -Egwf: vs B-www' fum , M fs ?",.HEmw ,. Xi - , aw!-1 , ' 7- wana BBB ms: .mam wa-as num " ffm ,V ,. L H53 ,Y ,filmm- .Hg- ,. 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A college Union is an educational program of out-of-class activities designed to provide for the student, personal, social, and cultural development, prac- tice in leadership and management, and experience in proper use of leisure time. By far, not the least ot its program includes hospitality services to stu- dents, administration, and faculty and to alumni, friends, parents, and visitors. It is the campus "living room," a place to meet and eat, and, in general, have fun. lt is the center of campus life, the "hub of all campus activities," a laboratory in human relations, democratic action, and in living. -Frank Nottke Union Planning Consultant One of the most enioyed SUB features is the weekly Here is one of the pleasant Sunday evening dinners movie. The pictures are always of top rate quality and which are well planned and served by the SUB are free of charge. personnel. The SUB Fashion Board is pictured here at their Christmas style show. This is a very functional troupe which keeps SUB patrons posted on fashions at regu- lar intervals. The selected troupe displays fashions at many functions such as the Wednesday night dances and Sunday dinners. The SUB is frequented by all of us for that -for the continuation of that heated class extra refreshment to keep us going or - discussion. The SUB has served us all in many ways. Now for its deserved future - Xi t ' mari --A ICT ,r . 280 r . , ,, :T"4 L . ? ji, rf .V - ll ' fl Q- r . - p program K G If N . series y y . llY.v'Z t n - 4 Eli M ' A te- C 'XG-is--wx U' ' ., . . H lil.. The UNM Program Series is designed to present a high caliber of entertainment to the students. The Series includes varied attractions ranging from lecturers to artists or dancers. The Cultural Committee, which plans the program, derives its funds from the student activity fee. This cultural program lends highly worth-while activity to the campus. Four of the eight features in the Program Series this year are not pictured. Dr. Ladislas Segy is an emi- nent authority on African sculpture. He spoke on the psychological principles underlying the concept of African art, its relation to Cubism and the why of these things. Frank Lloyd Wright stirred the whole student body when he spoke so effectively about organic style in architecture. A company of childhood-trained dancers and musicians charmed us all with traditional Basque dances. The Society Corelli played lovely music which gave a classical strain to the series. ,Q . 0 . n 4 ' tl y f v g - - 5 isjx , f ti ,cv F' Rated as one of the top Jazz groups in the nation, Modern Jazz Quartet scored a grand success at the University. John Lewis, the leader and former UNM student, entertained all with his "touch." Norman Cousins, noted editor ofthe "Saturday Review," author, and world traveler, delivered a highly informative speech on his latest trip to Asia. "Gentlemanly wit" from Oxford Steven Potter gained many admirers when he spoke on "English versus American Humor." He has made his mark as a research scholar as well as a favorite BBC entertainer and British author. Virgil Thompson wrote his first book on THE STATE OF MUSIC, which cast him immediately into a career as one of the country's leading music critics. 281 rodey theater For excitement, variety, fun, and long hours, Rodey Theater can scarcely be excelled. The strenuous production program of four major productions, a children's show, and two bills of one acts never allows for a dull moment. Three faculty directors direct the four major shows, and students are in charge of the rest. The plays are stage-managed by students, the sets designed and built by them, the costumes created and made by them. The one acts are written, directed, and acted by an all student group, There is no creative type imagination which cannot find an outlet in the dynamic and varied schedule at the Department of Drama. LADIES IN RETIREMENT The viciously protective Ellen moves in to remove another obstruction from her plans. The set of "Ladies in Retirement" was warm and so realistic in every sense that the audience felt "within.' 282 I 3 v fx .. 'QQ , 1 ? ggi A I 9 1' ' X :QW F 1 4 ,. .x xfs A W-.In 1 v , , - ' 1: . Q . 'D z' is L . " . I , . , iff A x X 9- Q i t! I .QW -,f . z 5? . c 0 H' I :.: nj 5 j I .af . i 'g rg A 'L -3 4 sqm FY ' 51' . ' J ' e. .,, I ' . 'QC ,M ip I-H, .1 V Y. 1, N Eu 8 A ,xr i V. Q 4 gk. W . .,.., Q k 1' f.- ., . u ' 1 r V . ' ,Z F? 3, q an PM Q I' J 1 In W l U X Q. ..1:::Lif,EQ: 5 I ffl: H , ' - ii I X li-5' Sq . M H Q , .735 ,gg 1 3 ff' . 33 7' 5715 Q 1 5 ini'-I A + ' X " ,:-4' "fi f 'I " A' 23 'if 23 ' WN 'll I 1 5 ,3 k K -?'AQ ,gff 1 1 T : .., ,.i., .,.,.,:.: , . VJ, fl'-fi W, -' Ya W Q asv H Y ., f i ' -':-: --:-:-:-:-:: E M 3" 'T4... O 1uvw- -""", V, gf' , , V' , .,"4'l f 21,4 1 ff fx Q tl I X' W J 1 . f.- .,.' '--M ' ,lv ,... A r . . . X N 5. ' ' , . Y P W 1 , x I --.1 1 v 4 ,Q . H ' .-59" ef: 5 U ' P B ,lin , VS A I . wwf Q se D Q 1 ,g I , Q: 'xr g - lpn-Q M- - ..1 2- -,Ap 5- W - K f J iQ f0as5Q M , in f I I ' ,Q 5- ::: E . ' a --: f - Z 1 a .1 a fgff w , E, H? E 'I -f gi 'f K K 'ff H' 'S 1 9 my joy comes to deadhorse El Gallo uses his charms to woo the fair Maria, and his bravado to discourage another suitor. Charm, wit, and a lot of fun made this original an enioyable show as well as a historical one. R coine mutiny court martial Elizabeth Waters directed the clance in this colorful scene and production. The all male cast, the severe uniforms, the briskness and preci- The background setting for the "Caine" was simple and intensi sion of the language-all made "The Caine Mutiny Court fied the dramatic action. Martial" quite memorable. One very hard working division of the Department of Drama is the costume department. Each student in costuming submits designs for the costumes in each show. The designs are then selected by the cos- tuming head and the director ot the show. Fitting, planning and sewing are all done by the students under faculty direction. This is only one of the many facets of a final production that help make a play. lt takes a great deal of creativity and artistry to achieve mood and characterization through costuming. It takes many hours of hard sewing too, but all are rewarded when the curtain rises triumphantly on opening night. spirit day Every year the Kappa Sigma Fraternity herd the pledges from nine women's organizations out for a day of fun, beauty, and skill as a proiect to raise funds for the Community Chest. Begun five years ago in memory of Ellis Hall, philanthropist and former Kappa Sigma, Spirit Day has become a campus tradition. Students and faculty, may we present Virginia Bussey Miss Spirit Day, and her attendants Ann Hume and Marilyn Thompson. Baby, look at you now! Hey - what army is this? We were all sacked out . . . A A Hmmmm . . .nice fit! 1' , 1 l -l ' . . xr , The question is not how hard she'll hit it, but will she? Some of that siubbornness put to use .1 ,,.. A 1, Are those Kappa Sig legs and ankles? And where will you be next Saturday? .11 it R In 4. . c -AM. .. 1, , ,,,-.s , it -' - y , , .- V- -. .... , , ' l I. . . 'N A' ix K 1 :V : V ,g A,f fag?-F :M-,gg-1.4 v,, -N5 A ' A 5 M x - .gh - ,f 5.5, , I X Aw-. H. E f rr' .5 gg Y . .waht ch lit. kg , 3- A A ,gk V . K 5...-'N UF' 5 - Q A . J. ws ...4gc,,, W wifi?-e .c M. ,,.,, 5 x an A 1.4, of iw 3 1, f ,eww .. .gxxki . ij. iwigsyii as ' ,Q ,z- WMJ-gyiql. ff .63 A qv Ai, A 11.-'B-vii e A i Y ' " 4' JP , is .e a 'v"" - 1 5 v -Q, -'74 f. 71.9 my , , Xmw .,l' vw. Jax' b ff , ir ages ' ' T! "WK - -A '-,V h. ..'d..:.3 5 of f o. ,L .. 1.5- , , 1 A ,, A A. . 5' - , 'a . 1 l "2 ' 1- ' . ' I... ,, ', 1- .' ' 'f .K - -- ' iv . - , .r ' y -.-4m'.i- " I d.n,. -..-4 Chi Omega, last year's Sweepstakes winner, built this enthroned float for the queen and her court. homecoming Homecoming is a thrill for the alums who are able to return to UNM, refreshing old memories 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 made in building cmd growth are especially pleasing to an alum. This year's house decora- tions were special, each organization chose a particular state to depict and welcomed the alums from all over the country in a most lavish manner. The theme of "Beat 'em, Lobos," was again continued in this year's 1956 parade. Working your way through college. They'll always be safe! iw Hey, watch that left eyelash. Here's looking at ya house decorations ff 1 L99 1 Alpha Delta Pi dug in and rated the Sweepstakes award with the Seven X -w was it . Ew- is ma-1:'o'x,, uma U V-mlm LA- Mlm M 7 st fs A real waterfall, nice setting, and "Beautiful Ohio" won second The Chi Omega's rated a second berth with their Apache place for the Pikes. welcome. 1 lf!" ffl UM DMM .4 jj! UTA!-I I A PIIIIIII-fllilllllll , . ' 11'l'l1'l1,1i1.-I my lllllll The S.A.E.'s had a dream worked it out, and captured first place in the men's division. There was no debate about it, the Alpha Chi Omegas deserved first place in the women's division. 'V 'VVYvy iizzzbz T A r 'S YOUR S JVUV homecoming floats .-, U wsu- A h K 7 .' . 2: 4 ,W :P -V . ' .ln fu' .- .1 0, 1 L 't' Second place honors were won by Pi Beta Phi with "Bemuse Montana." "Shell Out a Victory" made the judges shell out another first to Alpha Chi Omega. Il I Il Ice-O-Late Em won first place women group. in the independent 290 n "sf -if-Fil The S.A.E.'s rode to a second place spot in the men's division. This classic Kappa Sigma entry earned a well deserved Sweep- stakes award. JS-f kgi'N"'f' RQ Sigma Chi doggedly worked and won a blue ribbon for best float in men's division. "Tan Their Hides, Lobos" won first place for the men's independent group. .,i ,fu-.4 "l thereby hang this wreath, symbol of ancient mystic and Christian rites, and I declare that the Spirit of Christmas has now entered our campus and our hearts." At these words of the Mortar Board president, the wreath of greenery, balls, and ribbon is raised into place and the Yuletide season has begun at UNM. The "Hanging of the Greens" is sponsored by Mortar Board and has been a traditional Christmas event on this cam- pus since T947. The evening begins with the ringing of the Administration Building bell and the gathering of several candlelight processions which move toward President Pope- ioy's home where they carole the president and his family. The entire group then continues to the Student Union Ballroom for the "Hanging of the Greens" ceremony, caroling, special music by various campus groups, and usually light refreshment. ln keeping with the season: the Mortar Board wreath ancl their smiles the hanging of the greens i?""" We all get together and we sing. The Phi Delis sang, they won, and now they are glad... song fest The happy Alpha Chi Omegas with smiles as winning as their music. Engineer's Queen candidates seated on the Blarney Stone. Engineer's edition of the Lobo going to press . . . with o tinge of green. ii: 'fur-' 'A f'!l?'f'7' 7' 2 - 25' ' ' if ga sewX engineers dciy 1 .. V I 'Si . ' L. , -v. ,.', , avi' g, g W. ' v 'll vA ' Ju hi J? This is iustice? ,J R Thaf's1he breaks! There could be o worse fate! 294 Q A cordial atmosphere prevailed at a Crusade tor Freedom dinner in honor of the Hungarian students. fa- ISN, K ' -I ,14 An international'dance presentation which is part ot the widely varied SUB programs. The line-up forthe Powder Putt game for Campus Chest. This could happen to you - but it was for a worthy cause anyway. ' z I is , A H i . t 5 'V . y A Z W 5 ff 1 ' , 'Si ,- ,w,g, Y- f, . -K , ,.,, ,er .. . ' f A - . 11 . ., How about that, sports fans? . . . 295 gig V. W . is Iii -5E" i' I-I + H i 1 ' . - ' '- 2' -I . . , :.: W A . L 1 " , 5 :. f X -- F? 5- it T Q 'T K ' . t vt i L G H 1 V s Q . .i,,' 15213 1- - . A X' if I 1 -.v- T.-.R f E G5 E QQEQ: , 5 ll? l ls H 3. 15 11. N , iii if K l 2' P' T f Q if si ni 8 9 . ts- lfyglw s Z A S n e i51f'l WM 2 ! 255. xy my w ' n gf-M HQ . E -he X Q .u 5 9 5 f ,. ,'ff'1"Mgii E: stu if 'ff ZX ggi! t if -f 5- ,W ,z - 2 ,sf ft 1 ,U , f 2 , ., xy, ,E it , T, A ,, N ? X K., . 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"The Small University of Uncle Thomas" was presented in best Siamese fashion by Alpha Delta Pi. Q l l ., - 1 its lik! . if a i , , A Y Phi Delt cops try to stop a relentless Goldi- loclcs, but her QD amusing wiles foil them. Q A A I 3 , i Ei Y fit - E.. A-: E at Y -ll li... ,., ywyj, 1 Y Y nl 297 . in- K ' L . 1 j . I' E Q - 'il' ' I ::-i - " ' . ,LH lx GD M 'U X a fiesta The dark confusion of the hat, the bright fire - somehow they tell the whole story of FIESTA iff ,fn "-5.--,.: . - . ' T ' ' it I ' E , - ,. , , ' 5' l ,Aung ire T T Lovely Fiesta Queen, Shirley Wall, wears her mantilla well. Her attend ants are Patty Gilliard and Joan Decker. The Talent Show on the Friday of Fiesta always uncovers many repressed desires. H Q new aww Q e':1T"??SggM , , 'A H gi ' -5.5 wg t kjyf f " Hgg mus 'QS if .six-is--ff fm. -:-: - . H-iz, 'wi we 45m Hz B , . I pgiilgiigzgs-E' Happy landing and may you have a full and bounciful life. H'CAHTuY 4 - EUS, iwvfsm fa 'W GY-E5YlIi1I:E LH? 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Z Bed Headboards, 52-inche: slightly damaged, each--. Table of Vacuums. F0 Sewing Machines. Eo ......1.........1....-- 18-inch Power Mower, used, 184inch Power Mower, used, 1 18-inch Power Mower, used, 5 14-inch Hand Mower, used, 24-lnoh . Bike. used. lightweizi BAEK INI5 EDUCATION FOR THE BETTERMENT OF THE COMMUNITY THIS PAGE DONATED BY COURTESY OF f. Kafzlea eampanq Ihe 200 block norI'I1 second 301 Patsy, 37, 92, 1 17, 171, 276 Baker 173, 199, 276 Boynewicz, Jim, 46, 220 Abbott, Joe, 134 Abbott, Tom, 261 Abel, Zita, 44 Abeyta, Fidel, 44 Abelson, Arthur, 90, 252, 253 Adams, Howard, 90 Adkins, Lynn, 44, 168 Adkins, William, 90, 136 student index Arthur, Austin, 136, 148 Asfau, Shimeles, 135, 150 Ashby, Gaylord, 44, 191 Ashcraft, Melvin, 66 Ashcraft, Vivian, 144 Ashley, Bob, 44 Askos, P. D., 220 Atchley, Collene, 80 Adkisson, Jerry, 90, 117, 120, 176,Atkinson, James, 44 181, 228 Adler, Bill, 80, 187 Ainsworth, Connie, 90, 158, 173 Ainsworth, Gayle, 66, 154, 172 Airy, Sharon, 66 Alarid, Phil, 141 Alaz, Joe, 66 Albert, Millie, 41, 90, 144 Alcott, JojAnne, 80, 152, 171 Alderete, Ramon, 44 Aldrich, Ann, 66, 149, 159, 166 Alexander, Carol, 66, 171 Alexander, Richard, 80 Alexander, Robert, 90, 189, 228 Allapowa, Carmelita, 66 Allen, Charles, 80 Allen, John, 66, 130, 199 Allred, Karren, 44, 150 Alonzo, Evelyn, 44 Altenburg, Ron, 250 Amadon, Albert, 199 Ambos, Brooks, 90, 130, 192 Amin, Joan, 44 Amsden, Tony, 44 Amundson, Nancy, 210 Anderson, Donald, 90, 136 Anderson, Jerome, 80 Anderson, John, 36, 80, 122, 185 Anderson, Ken, 90, 187 Anderson, Sue, 44, 160 Anglada, Aniseto, 80, 132 Anglada, Jose B., 66, 133 Ankeny, Bob, 44 Apalian, Dorothy, 44 Apodaca, E., 220 Apoclaca, Jerry, 90, 157, 183, 236 Aragon, Leo, 44, 220, 223 Archuleta, Edwina, 44 Arellano, Defino, 90 Arington, R. M., 221 Armiio, Eddie, 44 Armstrong, Merrylin, 66 Armstrong, Thomas, 125 Arnold, Judith, 91, 173 Arnold, Paul, 66, 185 Arnold, Sue, 44, 172 302 Atkinson, William, 91 Atkisson, Kendra, 44, 166 Atteberry, Roger, 44, 210, 220 Austin, Arthur, 91, 138 Austin, Deanna, 66, 194 Austin, Don, 44 Austin, Joyce, 66, 167 Avara, E. M., 44 Babbit, Al, 44 Baca, Albert, 44 Baca, Urban, 77 Badsgard, Wayne, 91 , 132, 134 Baetz, Bahm, Jay Jerry, 91 , 228, 229 Ray, 44, 131, 210 Bailey, Edwin, 134 Bain, Shirley, 44 Baird, Roberta, 44 Baird, H. Thomas, 80 Baker, Betty Jo, 123 Baker, Eugene, 66, 188 Baker, LeRoy, 91, 148 Baker, Mike, 44 William 44 Barton, Pat, 44, 168 Bass, Clarence, 66 Bass, Jo Ann, 45, 154, 155, 199 Bates, Jay, 133 Batho, Robert, 80, 176 Batsel, Charles, 92, 179, 218 Bauer, John, 92, 137, 228, 229 Baxter, Jim, 66 Bazart, Stan, 157, 260, 261 Beard, Patsy, 44 Beasley, Jack, 192, 220 Beaty, Patricia, 45, 166 Bebber, Marilyn, 92, 152, 161 Beches, Jerry, 136 Bechtel, Don, 136 Beck, L. P., 221 Beckner, Stanley, 66 Beebe, Marilyn, 194 Beers, James, 92 Beeson, Barbara, 45 Begody, Norma, 45 Beisman, Gary, 45, 220 Bell, Betsy, 45, 207 Bell, Bob, 45 Bellew, Frank, 45 Black, William, 45 Blair, Bill, 134 Blair, Jane, 92, 161 Blair, Marsha, 66, 171 Blair, Blatchford, Robert, 138 Blickenstaff, Duane, 92, 120, 189 Bloch, Anthony, 45 Bloomfield, Jerry, 45 Blough, Eddy, 45 Blue, Alice, 40, 45, 129, 170, 210 Blythe, Nancy, 45 Bobo, Irma, 144 Bobroff, Jack, 92, 187 Boddy, Jim, 66, 181 Boggs, Brian, 92 Boggs, Martin, 178 Bogue, Gene, 45, 220 Bohannon, Herb, 45 Bohm, James, 45 Bon, Shigeo, 206 Bonaguidi, Larry, 45 Bone, Robert, 131 Bonnyman, Fran, 35, 92, 115, 173 Boone, Gregory, 80 Benge, Martha, 80, 143, 155, 167,Booth, Royden, 46,148 199 Benjamin, Marc, 36, 66, 183, 221 Bennally, Nellie, 45 Bennett, Alfred, 80, 130, 211 Bennett, Bill, 45,131, 211 Borgrink, Sandy, 198 Bowdich, Anne, 46 Bowser, Barbara, 66 Bowser, Fred, 66 Bowyer, Dorothy, 80, 161 Bennett, Jeanne, 66, 123, 155, 156,Boyett, R. R., 221 Ball, Hubert, 91, 179, 220 Ball, Norman, 176, 207, 258 Ball, Roy, 44 144,Ball, Tom, 133 Balleau, George, 157 Ballenger, Ruth, 44, 129, 154, 170, 210 Bambrook, Carol, 91, 144 Banks, Elizabeth, 91, 161 Banks, Joe, 133 Bankston, Charles, 91,136 Barbero, Franco, 44, 150 Barefoot, John, 80, 240, 242 Barker, Yumpy, 40, 91 , 189 Barley, Lee, 44 Barlow, Ann, 44, 194 Barncastle, LeRoy, 80 Barnes, Joanne, 66 Barnett, Harold, 44 Barnett, Martin, 80, 136, 192 Barnhart, C. E., 125 Barnhisel, Judy, 91, 167 Barresi, Vic, 80 Bennett, Katherine, 80, 169 Bennett, Wendy, 45, 127 Benson, Ronny, 36 Bently, Fred, 45, 180, 220 Benton, Oren, 92, 146 159,Benvenuti, Robert, 217, 2 220 Berg, Carl, 190 Bernell, Gordon, 207 Berube, Ray, 260 Besinger, Janet, 45, 154 Best, Marilyn, 45 Betts, Norma, 66 Bice, Shirley, 45 Biddle, Tony, 182, 220 Biffle, Norman, 66 Biggerstaff, Roland, 45 Bills, Hal, 149 Bisbee, Jim, 66, 189, 229 Bizenutt, Shiffarrow, 135 Blachaniec, Ed, 45 Black, Elizabeth, 45 Black, Rolfe, 77, 187 Bozeman, Donald, 125 Brace, Camilla, 46 Brackeen, Pat, 66, 123, 143, 149, 154, 198 Bracken, Barbara, 46, 194 18, 219,Bradley, Jaunell, 46, 154,170 Branch, Nancy, 46, 154, 166 Branch, Russ, 46 Branch, Turner, 46 Brandt, Robert, 80 Brashears, Patricia, 46, 149, 154 168 Brassfield, John, 80, 187 Bratcher, Jim, 77 Bravo, Angel, 149 Brawley, Edwin, 46 Brawn, Howard, 35, 38, 80, 120 130 Brazil, Bals, 92 Breece, Walter, 178, 220 Bresenham, Jack, 66, 237, 260 Brewer, Annice, 46, 154, 159, 164 198 1 Mrs. Walter Fisher, Owner 1910 C Fine Mexican 8: American Food Served in +l1e Quiel, Pleasanl A+mospl1ere of Old Mexico ' L H d For R-eservalions a aclen a Phone 2-4866 l7+l1 Year Old Town Plaza NW, in old Albuquerque Textbooks-Engineering, Ari, cmd School Supplies Fine Old Prints and Reproduciions-Custom Framing T IE 1 -'-'-'.'.'-'.'-'-'.'.H fr. .--nf...--.-.nw .-....--.- -un...----...... j3'-:-:-:-'-:-'55'5. . :-:-:-: :f if I 'S3:'Q'2-iff .- W IN, 5 ' fi F556 LQ 5 Convenient Locations Central at Third Downtown East Central at San Mateo North Fourth at Candelaria A Hoffmantovvn Shopping Center Auto Bank Third at Copper Wkmfa ?ede'zal Dopod! Vmwzmwe Qfzidofzatcbn Brewer, Ernest, 93, 183 Bridger, Osgood, 93 Bridges, Sally, 194 Briehn, Coby, 46 Bright, Maryls, 46, 194 Briones, Felix, 125, 145 Briscoe, Joellen, 46, 164 Brita, Albert, 131 Brock, Harold, 139 Brockhausen, Fred, 46, 211 Brockman, Mary Ann, 93, 149 Brolin, Don, 80 Bromwich, Eugene, 80 Burt, Barbara, 46 Busbee, Edwina, 46 Bussey, Gini, 172, 284 Butler, Bruce, 46 Butler, Marilyn, 80, 161 Butterbaugh, Bill, 133 Byers, Robert, 131 Byrnes, Ray, 93 Cain, Duane, 80 Cain, Jerre, 80, 161 Cain, Steve, 67, 182 Chmura, Sofia, 47, 126 Howard, Chandon, 94, 134 Chang, Feng Shu, 77 Chant, George, 176 Chapman, Fred, 47, 220 Chappell, Elizabeth, 144 Charney, Sandy, 207 Chase, Kay, 67 Chase, Marian, 47 Chastain, Wally, 67, 189 Chavez Chavez Chavez I , Anthony, 135 , Connie, 94 David, 80, 135 Coffman, Stuart, 149 Coggins, J. S., 220 Cohen, Ben, 95, 141 Colarelli, Thomas, 48 Colbert, Durward, 95 Cole, Eldine, 67 Cole, John, 122 Cole, Nancy, 81, 195, 216 Collins, James, 48, 182 Collins, Laura, 144 Compton, Phil, 48 Concha, D., 220 Conley, Mary Ann, 48 Cargo, David, 210 Brooks, Jim, 157 Brooks, Vicki, 41, 46, 154, 155, 199 Brown, Barbara, 121 Brown, Barbara, 46, 117, 170, 211 Brown, Bert, 66 Brown, Charles, 46 Brown, Dale, 66, 187 Brown, Dick, 93, 187 Brown, Henry, 149, 221 Brown, James, 93 Brown, Jerry, 66, 127, 147 Brown, M. W., 134 Brown, Paul, 66 Brown, Peggy, 80 Brown, Robert, 141 Brown, Sylvia, 46 Cainski, Raymond, 93, 132, 131 Calderon, Victor, 67 Calkins, John, 80 Cameron, John, 178 Cameron, Mark R., 218 Campbell Clarence, 46 Campbell, Gail, 46 Campbell, Joseph, 67 Campbell, Lewis, 125 Campbell, Lu Ellen, 94, 163 Campbell, Martha, 47, 168 Campos, Eloy, 94 Candelaria, Bernard, 47 Caplan, Reuben, 125 Carey, A. F., 220 Brumbelow, Beth, 66 Brummel, Denny, 46, 182 Brunka, Jon, 46 Bruss, Ernest, 39, 218, 219 Bryan, C. D., 176 Bryan, Watson, 149 Buck, Ed, 188, 211 Buck, Patt, 46, 172 Buckhanan, George, 250, 264 Budke, Maralyn, 38, 93, 116, 121, 144, 169 Buell, Audrey, 93 Buell, Sumner, 217 Buergi, Sandra, 66, 123, 126, 173 Bullick, Martha, 66 Bundrant, John, 67 Bunn, Minta Sue, 38, 93, 115, 121 144, 167, 210 Burch, Jack, 67, 179 Burgess, James, 46 Burke, Judy, 46 Burke, Kathleen, 80, 158, 169 Burks, Garnett, 37, 120, 125 Burmeister, Mary, 93, 158, 161 161, 199 Burnstein, D. D., 221 Burnworth, Dale, 93, 136 Bursey, Bob, 40, 67, 236, 252, 254, 260, 261 Carlson, Jack, 47 Carlson, Paul, 47 Carlson, William, 67, 176, 190 Carma n, Crystal, 47 Carmichael, Doug, 67, 130 Carminganni, G. 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T., 221 Johnson, Robert L., 71 Johnson, Ronald, 134 Johnston, George, 53, 221 Johnston, Nancy, 102 Johnstone, Roger, 83, 206 Jones, Arthur, 144 Jones, Barton, 71 , 220 Jones, Ed, 53 Jones, Gerald, 53 Gordon 146 148 Jones, , , Jones, Jack, 228 Nancy 53 Jones, , Jones, Pat, 40, 71, 123, 173 Jones, Ray, 125 Jones, Ronald, 36, 37, 71 , 187, 221 Jones, Sam, 125 Jordan, Edwin, 53, 211, 221 Jordan, James, 53 Jordan, Jeanne, 71 Jordan, Norman, 219, 221 Joseph, John M., 220 Judd, Gary, 102,136 Julian, Dorothy, 83, 128, 169, 206 Juric, Jeannette, 102, 153, 169 Justice, Barbara, 210 Justis, John, 125 Kaemper, Jack, 71, 187, 221 Kaplanides, Chris, 71, 150 Karchmer, Penny, 209 Karson, Tony, 53 Kaveny, Mike, 53 Keating, Louis, 71 Kee, Wallace, 53 Keefe, Dennis, 53 Keegan, Marcia, 53, 154, 166 Keehan, Mike, 102 Keeler, Marci, 153 Keeling, Charles, 141, 146 Keith, Marilyn, 71 , 149, 165 Keleher, John, 83, 176, 189 Kellerman, James, 71,188 Kelley, Dee, 194 Kelley, William, 125 Kellogg, Eleanor, 53 Kelly, David, 53 144,Kelly, Demetria, 53 Kelsch, Kathy, 53 Kelso, Gerald, 53 Keltner, Bill, 71 Kempenaar, John, 84, 189 Kemper, Joyce, 37 218,Kennedy, Jack, 258 Kennedy, James, 53 Kenney, Don, 237, 242 Kernberger, Karl, 53, 221 Kerr, Hank, 135 Kerr, Vernon, 102 Ketcham, Jimmy, 71 Kiefer, Ann, 36, 84 Kight, Judy, 53 Kilgore, Von, 71 , 211 Kilpatrick, Alfred, 102, 140 Kimball, George, 71, 189 Kimbell, Helen, 102,165 Kimbell, Marion, 84, 158 Kimbrough, Stephanie, 53, 162, 210 245 Kincaid, Walter, 84, 243, 244, 246 King, Kenneth, 54 King, Lea Ann, 168 Kinsolving, John, 84, 151, 206 Kirby, William, 54 Kirkham, Bob, 206 Kirkpatrick, Elsie, 41, 102, 161 Kitch, Wilhelmina, 84, 165 Klein, R. 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Miquel, 56, 134, 178 220 Marquez, Charles, 56, 219 Marr, Eldon, 56, 260 Marsh, Sherman, 105 Marshall, Willard, 56 Martin, Adoria Ann, 85, 145, 195 216 Martin, Beverly, 85, 168 Martin, Kaye, 105, 169 Martin, Nelson, 56 Martin Richard, 56 Martin Robert, 131, 243, 244 245 248, 249 McKinney, Berwyn, 35, 84, 165, 210, 247, Martines, Velma, 85, 147, 196 Lewis, Ted, 72, 183 Lewis, Willard, 84, 146 Leyba, Edward, 72, 255 Leyendecker, Liston, 77, 125 Leyva, Porky, 103, 235 Liebeck, Nancy, 54 Liesse, Kay, 40, 41, 84, 161 Liggett, Nancy, 72, 168 Ligori, Ralph, 54 Lindberg, Arthur, 84, 183 Lindell, Lannie, 72, 221 Linenthal, Joan, 125 Linford, Tanis, 54 Linney, Jim, 72, 190 Lisle, Frank, 172 Litka, Roger, 54, 221, 223 Lye, Bix, 55 Lyles, Wilber, 55, 221, 250 Lyles, Wilmer, 250 Lynch, Bill, 55 Lyon, Mel, 55 McAchran, Wayne, 84, 130 McAdams, Martha, 72 McAdams, Sharon, 170, 206 McAfee, M. H., 220 McAneny, Sharon, 55 McAtee, Rose Ann, 55 McBride, James, 135 McBride, Max, 84 McBride, Robert, 72, 220 Little, Jack, 35, 36, 84, 120, 136,McCabe, Patty, 41, 55, 170 148 McCahon, Richard, 228 Little, Judy, 36, 72, 123, 154, 173,McCandless, Gordon, 55, 192 210 Livingston, Jim, 239, 277 McCauley, Irvin, 55, 221 McClain, Gene, 55 McKituck, J. P., 221 McKnight, Mary Ellen, 55, 194 McLean, Bill, 84 McMichael, LaMonte, 105, 179 McMillin, Laura, 72, 123, 145 McNamer, Allen, 72 McNeal, Presley, 73, 170 McNeely, C. R., 105 McNeill, Bob, 55, 178, 221 McNett, Maxine, 105 McPherson, David, 55 McPherson, Lois, 55 Ma, Louis, 140 MacArthur, Jean, 55 Mace, Bruce, 55 Machemehl, Chuck, 84, 122, 181 Mackeldutt, Bruce, 105, 135, 181 Mackey, Marilyn, 55, 154 MacPherson, William, 55, 191 Martinez, Andy, 135 Martinez, Charles, 56 Martinez, Ernest, 56 Martinez, Jim, 250 Martinez, Joseph, 56 Martinez, Vivian, 141 Mason, Bill, 56, 161, 250, 251 Mason, Charlene, 105 Mason, Jeanette, 56, 160 Mastendino, Al, 73, 183 Mata, Rey, 134 Mathews, Floyd, 136, 148 Mathew, Judy, 73 Matkins, Jan, 73, 161 Matkins, Jerry, 125 Matteucci, Bob, 34, 35, 38, 106 115, 120, 144,189 Matteucci, Mary, 106, 158, 171 Matteucci, Paul, 73, 189 Matthews, Pat, 85, 154, 173 317 I Matthews, Sally, 56, 153, 170 Mattson, Sulo, 56, 250, 251, 264 Maxwell, Robert, 56 Maxwell, Tonya, 56 May, Barbara, 56, 160 May, Bill, 56, 138 May, Ellen Jean, 56, 211 May, James, 106, 148 Mayland, Janet, 85, 169 Mayo, Guy, 56 Mayo, Richard, 56 Measday, Carol, 56 Medina, Orlinda, 73 Meiering, Robert, 56, 221 Minces, Judy, 73, 123, 145, 153, 154, 173 Mirabal, Fred, 199 Mitchell, Diana, 85, 164 Mitchell, Jean, 194 Mitchusson, Albert, 141 Mocho, Jim, 85, 180 Modrall, Gordy, 252, 256 Moltett, Janet, 57, 159, 168 Mohlenrich, John, 106 Mondragon, Ramon, 57 Monk, Margie, 198 Montano, Aileen, 73, 145, 153 Montes, Diana, 57 Meister, Nancy, 41, 73, 123, 143,Monteverde, Eduardo, 150 U 149, 165 Melendez, Earnest, 85, 122 Melton, Lyn, 56, 154, 164 Melton, Verne, 106 Menapace, Lurene, 56 Menaul, Mary, 144 Menken, Edwin, 125 Merki, Holly, 158, 276 Merrilles, Edward, 125 Mersman, Martha, 85, 163 Mertz, Roz, 154, 166 Metcalf, Jean, 73, 171 Montgomery, Harry, 85 Montgomery, Marcie, 85, 139 152,Neal, David, 57 Neeb, Karl, 57 Needles, Patricia, 57 Neely, Larry, 57, 250, 251 Nelson, Bill, 131 Nelson, Sally, 57, 152 Nesbitt, Jerry, 239 Nevin, David, 73, 190 Otero, Ed, 57 Otero, Joseph, 108, 140 O'Toole, James, 125 Otte, Mary, 85, 167 Otto, Bill, 73, 187 Otto, John, 125 Overstreet, Tom, 73 Ovitt, Wes, 57 Montoya, Clyde, 57, 250 Montoya, Ernestine, 106, 196 Montoya, Fanny, 73 Montoya, John, 57 Montoya, Pablo, 57 Montoya, Roland, 107, 141 Moore, John, 218, 238 Moore, Larry, 57, 221 , 223 Moore, Lee, 73, 199 Moore, Russell, 125 Nevin, John, 57, 190 Newton, Jim, 132 Newton, Milton, 178 Nials, Roy, 146, 148 Nickell, J. B., 107, 140 Nielsen, Carolyn, 35, 107, 116, 171 Nielson, Roger, 57, 188 Nitzschke, Elmer, 125 Nixon, Chief, 57 Nixon, Judy, 36, 73, 123, 153, 163 Nogales, Louis, 149 Noland, Bill, 85 Nolasco, Peter, 107 Nordin, Carl, Jr., 135, 137, 144 Noriega, Saturnino, 57 Norman, Arlene, 57, 154, 164 Norris, Bob, 57 Norris, Chester, 260 Norris, Jack, 85, 189 Owen, Charlotte, 57, 154, 160 Packard, Rosemarie, 108, 147 Paftett, Dave, 108 Pappas, Dimitrios, 73 Pappas, Elaine, 58, 154 Parish, Dean, 73, 179 Parker, Frances, 58, 177 Meyer, Michael, 106, 115, 144, 149,Moore, Stephen, 57, 182 185 Meyer, Roy, 56 Miera, Antonia, 106, 141 Miera, Orlando, 141, 146 Miercort, Roger, 56 Milan, Paul, 125 Miles, Jim, 36, 73, 128, 182 Milford, Homer, 131, 139 Miller, Bill, 135 Miller, Bruce, 56 Miller, Carolyn, 56 Morales, Andy, 235, 242 Morehead, Bill, 107 Moreland, Everett, 57 Morgan, Dave, 107, 141, 146, 179 Morgan, Laura, 57 Morris, James, 37, 107, 157, 187 Morris, Pat, 147 Norton, Judy, 206 Nottrott, Judy, 57, 170, 198 Novak, Charlene, 57, 162 Novak, Sarah, 57, 172 Novat, David, 57 Noyes, Fay, 85 Morris, Renia, 85, 163 Morris, Robert, 73 Morris, Sandra, 85, 169 Morse, Harvey, 107 Miller, Dolores, 56 Miller, Donald, 85 Miller, Eddie, 56, 250, 251 Miller, Ellen, 73 Miller, George, 236 Miller, Jack, 106, 135, 188 Miller, Jay, 56 Miller, Jerry, 40, 83, 106, 157, 221 Miller, Martha, 56, 150 Miller, Robert, 73, 148 Miller, Wayne, 146 Miller, Yvonne, 85 Milling, Jim, 125 Mills, Ann, 56, 152, 170 Mills, June, 106, 152, 171 Mills, Kenneth, 56, 131 Mills, Martha, 56, 155, 159, 199 Mills, Mary, 73, 149 Milton, Shirley, 194 318 Morton, Howard, 57 Moseley, J. W., 223 Moskos, Harry, 147 Mueller, Jerome, 85, 180 Mueller, Jim, 57,131, 219, 221 Muff, Ethel, 57 Mugleston, Norman, 85 Mulford, Melinda, 57 Mullins, Jim, 107,130 Murphy, Connie, 57, 168 Murphy, James, 125 Murphy, Joy, 73 Murray, Robert, 73 Myer, Daniel, 107 Myers, Paul, 107 Myrck, Harry, 107 1 60, Naylor, Alverda, 206 Naylor, Bill, 206 O'Boyle, Bob, 57 Odell, George, 206 Odendahl, Dorothy, 73 Olbert, Louise, 57, 159, 160 Olquin, Dolores, 57 Olson, Bob, 108, 133, 138, 192 Olson, Gail, 152, 273 Oman, Vivian, 85 O'Neal, Thomas, 73 O'Neil, Jack, 252 O'Neill, James, 125 Ong, Kim, 133 Orlebeck, Joan, 216 Orona, Betty, 57 O'Rourke, Rosalie, 57 Orr, Beverly, 85, 129, 171 Ortega, Arlene, 57 Ortega, Evangeline, 73, 149 Ortiz, Angie, 57, 154, 155, 199 Ortiz, Donald, 108, 125, 149 Ortiz, F. G., 221, 223 Ortiz, Gilbert, 57 Ortiz, Richard, 57 Ostermann, George, 73, 190 Parker, Frank, 108, 218 Parker, Lynn, 85, 229 Parker, Robert, 85, 220 Parks, Harry, 136 Parrish, Lamar, 73, 185 Parsons, Clara, 73, 171 Partin, Danny, 58, 176, 179 Pascual, Henry, 73, 221 Patten, Billy, 108 Patterson, Joe, 85, 157, 189 Patterson, Mary, 58 Paulson, Clayton, 180 Payne, Betty Lou, 85, 211 Payne, H. T., 58 Payne, Olive, 125 Paynter, Ronald, 73 Pearl, Yvonne, 74, 173 Pearson, Louis, 85, 210 Peay, T. S., 221, 223 Peavy, Pat, 135 Peck, James, 74, 155, 156, 199 Peckinpaugh, Tom, 58, 221 Pecsok, Dave, 108, 141 Pederson, Robert, 58 Peerman, Donna, 194 Peke, Margaret, 85, 161 Pena, Dennis, 108, 140 Pena, Louis, 58 Pendleton, Bill, 182 Penn, John, 77 Perea, Rosalie, 58, 153 Perez, Lino, 74 Perkins, Arthur, 133 Perkins, Don, 242, 260 Perkins, Duke, 149, 221 Pesavento, Tony, 74 Peterson, Claraiean, 58, 194 Peterson, Dave, 85, 189 Peterson, Gary, 58 120, 133, Peterson, Harvey Jean, 85, 169 Peterson, Richard, 85, 250, 251 SINCE I934...fashion leaders Albuquerque and New Mexico X . at I 1 xx i v iii -ff i ff' S A II 'a:rise "!!!!i" C 'la 'lliiffy l ll 'ax xwi , . S if? f ,-:'f ugu 415--f Quliavw I L ll X! 1 1 I MEN'S WEAR for the YOUNG MAN GOING PLACES!! FIT-STYLE-Q UALITY GUARANTEED...always Dunbar-Keith ' Timely Hart Schaffner 8. 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We have- Dining Room Service Take Home Service BACA'S MEXICAN KITCHEN 2600 Central SE Dial 2-1222 QUALITY FOR MEN S Stetson Foot Pals Times Square Stone-Tarlow Elevators Taylor Made ui' H Sophisticated 0 FOR WOMEN frocks Herbert Levine Palizzio Naturalizer for E Troyling Ferncraft Town 81 Country , Del.uca and many others round the S clock FOR CHILDREN Stride-Rite Jumping Jacks Robin Hood Wvvdrujf-julian 319 IN 1956-57 A LARGER STORE ' MORE AND BETTER STOCK ' FASTER SERVICE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS BOOK STORE 320 Pfeiffer, Sue, 38, 85, 147, 165 Phillips, Barbara, 158 Phillips, Georgia, 58, 164 Phillips, Glen, 108 Phillips, Janis, 58, 164 Phillips, Sharon, 58 Phyfe, Lawson, 180 Pick, Patty, 58, 164, 210 Raker, Lyle, 86, 122, 131, 140 Ramalho, William, 109 Ramseier, Fred, 109 Ramsey, Vaughn, 58 Randall, Minnie Lou, 109, 154, 161 Randell, John, 74,178 Randolph, Ralph, 109 Raper, Francine, 109, 143, 195 Pickering, Winston, 74, 130, 179,Raper, Gary, 109, 138 243 Pickett, Frank, 58 Pickwick, Charlotte, 58, 162, 206 Pierce, Jim, 36, 157 Pierce, Leland, 58 Pineda, Emily, 36, 77, 169 Pino, Arthur, 141 Pino, Barbara, 37, 41 , 85 Pino, Chris, 58, 221 , 250 Pittard, Gertrude, 144 Pleus, John, 140 Plowden, Bill, 178 Polanco, Everett, 74 Pomeroy, Harry, 108, 179 Pomonis, Katherine, 58 Pompeo, Fred, 108 Poorbaugh, Jim, 86, 183 Popp, Barbara, 86 Porter, Raymond, 74, 256 Porterfield, Don, 109, 134 Potter, Benny, 77 Potter, Jo, 86, 145 Pouls, Connie, 58 Powell, Dorothy, 144 Powell, Richard, 134 Preber, Walter, 86, 134 Preston, Sumner, 58 Pribble, Dick, 86, 236, 242 Price, Cleta, 86, 143 Price, Dick, 151 Price, William, 58 Prock, Laverne, 236, 242, 264 Puckett, Cordell, 86, 221 Puckett, E. F., 221 Pulaski, Jeanne, 58 Pyott, Evelyn, 58 Rasel, Robert, 58 Rashig, Ali, 135, 150 Rasor, Ann, 74, 123, 143, 154, 167 Rathbun, Robert, 58 Ratliff, Earl, 109, 146, 221 Ratliff, Max, 58 Ray, Charles, 109 Ray, Jinny, 109, 169 Raymunda, Jose Carlos, 149 Read, Max, 110, 149 Reader, Fritz, 59 Realy, Jack, 86 Robinson, Alan, 74 Robinson, Arlen, 59 Robinson, C. R., 110, 188 Robinson, Charles, 59 Robinson, Lyndon, 110 Robinson, Martin, 74 Robinson, Sue, 37, 86, 158, 165 Robyne, Kveton, 59 Rodden, Nancy, 59 Rodgers, Joel, 74 Roeder, David, 59 Rolf, Carolyn, 270 Rogers, Stuart, 59, 180 Rohovit, Jim, 250 Rohane, Milton, 77 Rohr, Lea, 74, 173 Rollie, Arlene, 110, 171 Romero, Louella, 74, 123 Romero, Marie, 59 Romero, Simmie, 41, 86, 196 Root, Norman, 110, 130 Salazar, Jose, 74 Salazar, Mary, 59, 149 Salazar, Skipper, 206 Saleem, Mohamed, 150 Sallemi, Ann, 59 Salo, Sandra, 59, Salyer, Don, 59, 221 152 Samberson, Eddie, 74, 189 Samberson, Gene, 110, 189 Sanchez, Adelino, 86 Sanchez, Alfonso, 125 Sanchez, Charles, 141 Sanchez, Delores, 74 Sanchez, Earnest, 59, 221 Sanchez, Gene, 86 Sanchez, J. Robert, 37, 111, 116, 120, 217, 218, 219, 221, 227 Sanchez, Joe, 187 Sanchez, Lucia, 59 Sanchez, Mary, 74 Sanchez, Ramon, 199 Reardon, Jean, 38, 41, 110, 116,Rose, George, 59, 188 121, 152,163 Rose, Mary Jean, 36, 41, 86, 163 Reardon, John, 59 Redcliff, Hurley, 59 Redmond, Collis, 181 Redmond, Frank, 74 Redstrom, Mike, 59 Reese, James, 217, 218, 219, 227 Reeves, Jan, 158 Reicks, Bernard, 59 Reid, Carol, 59, 154, 170 Reinert, Richard, 110, 177, 218 Renfro, Bill, 74, 187, 260 Rewoldt, Deanna, 74, 154, 167 Reynolds, Helen, 74 Reynolds, Steve, 59, 221 Rhodes, Jerry, 125 Rhodes, Teddy, 86, 189 Rice, Edward, 74 Richey, Karl, 59 Richey, Milford, 59 Riekeman, Elmer, 134 Rigler, Jerry, 151 Riley, Steve, 86, 149 Rinaldi, Richard, 110, 219 Ringer, Pat, 74, 167 Rinn, Donna, 74, 123, 145, 167, 210Ryan, Mary, 74 Quinn, Pan, 36, 74, 123, 145, 152,River0, Gilbert,140 163 Quelle, Karen, 58 Rivera, Luch, 59 Rose, Mason, 239 Rosenberg, Rodolfo, 59, 149, 178, 260 Rosier, Larry, 74, 134, 183 Roskos, Steve, 74 Rote, Nancy, 59, 159, 162 Roth, Ginny, 59 Roth, Sharon, 86, 173 Roubik, Arthur, 228 Rowe, Richard, 110, 134 Roybal, Toby, 264 Rucker, James, 86 Rudolph, Roger, 125 Ruggles, Joseph, 59, 178, 221 Ruiz, Lina, 77 Ruiz, Sylvia, 216 Rumfelt, Kaiean, 86, 161 Rungren, Dick, 255 Rupert, Robert, 74 Ruppenthal, Robert, 59 Russell, Jack, 59 Russell, Sam, 74 Russo, Frank, 86 Sackett, Paul, 59 Sandberg, B. A., 221 145,Sandoval, Joe, 111, 219, 220 Sandoval, John, 74, 220 Sandoval, Jose E., 60 150,Sandoval, Rupert, 60, 221 Sandusky, Fred, 74, 185 Sanford, Ward, 111, 141 Sankey, Dana, 60, 151, 170 Sargent, Chuck, 74 Sargent, Nancy, 75 Sartain, Carolyn, 75, 163 Saucedo, Manuel, 111,146, 192 Sawdey, Phil, 116, 120, 176 Sayner, Jana, 60, 168 Scartoccini, Joe, 141 Schamaum, Roger, 60 Scharrer, Erna, 60 Schatz, Ellen, 144 Schlenker, Kendall, 86, 125 Schlick, C. M., 221 Schnormeier, Russell, 111 Schnorr, Zibby, 75, 165 Schnurr, Bob, 75, 179, 221, 238 260 Schomp, Jeanie, 75 Schonberg, Barbara, 207 Schoor, Dick, 60 Schornick, Jim, 86 Schrempl, F. S., 125 Quintana, Bobbi, 86 Robbins, Carol, 86 Sadosuk, Jack, 110 Schultz, Don, 150, 210 Quist, Buster, 74, 187, 240, 260,Robbins, Charlotte, 59 Saha, Floyd, 250 Schultz, John, 136 261 Roberts, Charles, 140, 217, 218,Sahling, Nancy, 59 Schuman, Walt, 243, 244, 246, 247 219 St. Clair, Gilbert, 36, 110, 129, 144, 248, 249 Rael, Tina, 149 Roberts, Chuck, 242, 250 217, 218, 219, 227 Schwab, Lynn, 60, 154, 160 Raabe, Otto, 122, 199 Roberts, Joe, 86, 185 St. John, Marshall, 59 Scott, Barbara, 75, 195 Radford, Becky, 198 Roberts, Ruth, 144 Salams, Olga, 77 Scott, Freddie, 60 Rainey, Carol, 109, 171 Robertson, Bill, 74, 221 Salaz, Rosemary, 59 Scott, Steele, 60 Raizes, Sheldon, 109, 137, 207 Robertson, D. M., 220, 221 Salazar, Delores, 86 Sears, Frank, 86 321 LIVE BETTER fi A y T56 f'f?PWffmf filing ZS SWITCH TO REDDY KlLowATT REDDY'S SMILE REDDY, OF COURSE, IS ONLY A SYMBOL. But any English prof can fand will at the drop of a hatl explain the importance of symbols in our daily lives. WHAT IT COMES DOWN TO IS THIS: we've chosen Reddy - a smiling Reddy-to stand for us and our relations with our customers. We think of him as meaning willingness and dependability. A AND YOUR ARE ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. No matter whether you pay the bill or not, you use electricity . . . and you'lI go on using more and more of it. That's why we want you to know we'll go on furnishing it willingly and dependably. Public Service Compan OF NEW MEXICO n Gang GRADUATING SENIORS Class of '57 CHARLES ILFELD COMPANY Our Congrafufahons fo The Sfaff of THE 1957 MIRAGE We are proud to have been selected to produce the photoengravings fo th cellent Y b k As, SCHAEFER SHEPHERD INC ERS ' ELECTRO AST FOU Seay, Betty, 75, 164 Seeds, Bob, 60, 221 Seery, Sheila, 60 Seese, William, 77 Seibert, Mary Jo, 60 Seibert, Nancy, 75 Seitz, Daniel, 86, 181 Seitz, Ray, 36 Seligman, Barbara, 86 Seligman, Merta Sue, 75 Seligman, Pat, 60, 152 Seligman, Susan, 60, 170 Sena, Rachel, 111, 144 Seward, Carol, 60, 168 Seymour, Sophia, 86 Shatter, Donald, 132, 217, 219, 221 Shane, Kay, 60, 160 Sharp, Jerry, 60 Shaw, Leslie, 60 Shearmire, Herb, 60 Shepherd, James, 75, 185 Shepherd, John, 111 Shields, Martha, 86 Shillingburg, Herbert, 75, 185 Shiplet, J. L., 221 Shockey, Donald, 111 Shollenbarger, Ray, 60, 180 Shook, Ken, 75, 221 , 223 Short, Donna, 75, 123, 165, 210 Short, Frances, 60, 128, 164 Short, Roy, 75, 179 Shriner, Hazel, 75, 167 Shultz, Donald, 75 Shuman, F. C., 221 Sidwell, James, 86, 125 Siebert, Nancy, 123 Sloan, Gary, 35, 199, 236, 242 Sloane, J. E., 221, 233 Smalling, Earnest, 125 Smith, Alphonso, 77 Smith, Arthur, 260, 261 Smith, Barbara, 86, 165 Smith, Bartley, 86 Smith, Betty, 111 Smith, Carolyn Lee, 60 Smith, David, 86, 131, 219 Smith, Don, 75, 220 Smith, Donald, 77 Smith, Garth, 86 Smith, James G., 60 Smith, John, 60 218,Smith, Jonese, 75, 165 Smith, Lucille, 87 Smith, Murray, 60 Smith, Patt, 60, 154, 166 Smith, Paul, 39 Smith, Richard, 61 Smith, Robert, 61 Smith, Robert Dale, 75 Smith, Roger, 243, 260 Smylie, Tom, 252, 254 Snead, James, 75, 188, 199 Snead, William, 75, 138, 188 Sneckner, Shirley, 87, 165 Snedden, Jim, 87, 141,146 Snow, Dave, 178, 221 Souders, Russell, 136 Southerland, David, 125 Southerland, Julia, 125 Southerland, Frank, 125 Souto, Verena, 77 Siegel, Floyd, 86, 207, 243, 244,Spalding,James, 87 248 Sieger, Bill, 136, 148 Sikes, Lynn, 60 Silva, Antonio, 60 Silva, Jose, 86 Simmons, Thomas, 60 Simmons, William, 75 Simms, Mickey, 60 Simons, Jim, 60 Sims, Bill, 60 Sims, Park, 122, 133, 219, 221 Singh, Omnath, 150 Sipes, Michael, 60 Skidmore, Jack, 60, 221 Spatz, Narosonia, 149 Spear, Phil, 87, 236 Spencer, Ann, 61, 196 Sperry, R. L., 221 Spiker, Dave, 61 Spinelli, Beverly, 75 Sprang, Wendell, 146 Sproul, Jane, 61, 152, 159, 172 Squire, William, 61 Stagner, John, 239 Stagner, Morris, 125 Stamm, Joan, 87 Stanford, Marihelen, 61 , 154, 172 Standridge, Robert, 140 Skillern, Jigger, 40, 75, 146, 187,Stapp,Jim,136 258 Skillman, Richard, 75, 187 Skinner, Ronald, 75, 181 Skuse, Valerie, 75, 169 Slaven, Wanda, 60 Slayter, Betty, 86, 150, 195, 210 324 Stark, Andrew, 75, 181 Stark, Robert, 61 Starkey, Bob, 87, 134 Starkey, Ben, 75, 221 Starkey, Tom, 188 Starr, Bob, 260, 264 Starr, Jo Ann, 61 States, Don, 61 Staublin, Gerald, 137 Stephani, Yolanda, 152 Stephens, B. J., 125, 131 Stephens, Charles, 111, 190, 228 Stephens, William, 61 Stephenson, Robert, 125 Stermer, Judy, 111, 195 Sterrett, Alice, 1 1 1 Stevens, Charlotte, 87, 152, 153 Tafoya, Jess, 61 Tafoya, Paul, 61 Tangway, Nada, 87, 161 Tapia, Paul, 252, 254 Tate, Jo Ann, 75, 128, 163 Tate, Pattie, 1 12, 163 Taub, Steffan, 192 Taulbee, Phil, 87, 122, 187 Taulli, Frank, 112 Taulman, Dale, 87 Taulman, Emily, 216 Stevens, Jim, 112, 128, 157, 252,Taylor,Becky,153 253, 255, 256, 260, 264 Stevens, Joanne, 87, 167 Stewart, Charles, 75, 187, 221 Stewart, Donald, 75 Stewart, Elaine, 61 Stiff, Robert, 77, 125 Stober, Lenore, 75 Stobie, Jack, 112 Stockton, Ben, 61 , 250 Stough, Pat, 61 Stover, Rod, 75, 179 Straaten, William, 75 Strain, Norman, 75, 140 Strain, R. H., 220 Strode, J. D., 87, 183, 221 Strode, Joanna, 61, 154, 159, 164 Strohl, Bart, 210 Strom, Jack, 122, 217, 219 Stuart, J. B., 220 Taylor, Edgar, 125 Taylor, John, 75, 132, 134 Taylor, Rex, 180 Teague, Betty, 211 Teague, Dorane, 87,211 Teas, Marilyn, 61, 128, 164 Teed, Janice, 61 Teel, John, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249 Teeter, Shirley, 112, 117, 121, 145, 146, 158, 163 Tellez, Felimon, 149 Tellez, Thomas, 149 Terauds, Vita, 112 Terwilliger, Nancy, 61, 168 Tharp, W. C., 221 Thayer, Charles, 112, 130 Thom, Jane, 61,164 Thomas, Bob, 75, 136 Thomas, Marilyn, 87, 163 Southard, Mark, 87, 122, 187, 149,Stucker, Tom, 61, 221 187 Suazo, Jose, 112, 116, 136, 138,Thompson, Bobbie, 75, 210 148,187 Thompson, Carol, 61, 153, 154, 160 Suazo, Sostenes, 87, 136, 219, 221Thompson, Charles, 87, 122, 133, Suchomel, Mariorie, 112 Sumicla, Esao, 61 Sumida, Jim, 132 157, 181, 229, 237 Thomposn, Fred, 61, 178, 221 Thompson, James, 76, 191, 220 Sumrall, Linda, 36, 75, 154, 163 Thompson, Lebert, 61 Supak, Noel Christine, 61 Sutin, Esther, 128 Sutin, Michael, 125 Thompson, Marilyn, 61, 284 Thompson, M. E., 132 Thornton, Bob, 76 Suttie, Douglas, 112, 136, 217, 218,Thornton, Earl, 61 219 Sutton, Janet, 61 , 154 Svenson, Mila, 112 Swain, George, 112, 134, 210 Swan, Bob, 235, 257 Swanson, Keith, 61 Swayze, Mada, 61 Sweenhart, Paul, 61 Sweitzer, Paul, 87, 126, 127, 147 Swope, Bill, 157 Sydow, David, 75, 133 Sydow, James, 61 Syme, Dave, 157, 243 Tackett, A. G., 220 Tafoya, Gilbert, 61 , 180 Thornton, Glenn, 37, 113, 115, 120, 199 Thorp, Bill, 75, 188 Thurmond, Howard, 113 Tibbets, Joe, 61 , 182 Tiedemann, John, 61 Tillman, John, 125 Tillman, Lewis, 113 Timmermann, Linda, 61 , 154 Timmons, James, 76 Tippin, Laura, 76, 127 Titler, Rachel, 61 Todd, Jim, 199 Toennies, Nancy, 76 Tolmie, Pat, 123 Tonkinson, David, 61 CONGRATULATIONS-SENIORS I NEW MEXICO JANITOR SUPPLY COMPANY 5409 AOOMA ROAD SE PHONE 5-ssls Home of Jasco Producfs A il CONGRATULATIONS UNM GRADUATES NEW MEXIEU PRUIJUEE DISTRIBUTORS boo FIRST STREET NW ALBUOUEROUE ' I COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDER'S MATERIAL I and HOME MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES I I BLUIEHER LUMBISR EIIMPANY sozu LOMAS BOULEVARD NE I I f1lQj I.I-If , ,,,I:, QQE I I iqvofafea RAINBO BAKING n R T T I T COMPANY S C AIIII H' Momano Road NE A 325 Central SE 5-5986 I l 4I26 A Phone I Qmmzdfmq Mdbzeuea Complete line ot Hollywood beds "The bed MArrRz3s's FACTORY new Jfokana Ala!! Twin Size - Full Size - King Size Ot your dreams within your means" FCDUR HILLS ' RANCH We instruct riding for the University gym classes - credit courses HORSEBACK RIDING RIDING LESSONS I'SNOWY" THE SANITARY PANDA SEZ . . . tor the BEST, QUICKEST Ond MOST ECONOMICAL LAUNDRY AND DRY- mvlcr CLEANING SERVICE ...1.... ' CHUCK WAGON 'f'S--- DINNERS ,,,, , " ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , 1SFl,l1lTH1,RlL'l Wililrggjon a ? cl. ANlN s1. 1928 f" : i 5'f r My : zoo WyomIng,Sl. PHONE 6-2217 FOUR HILLS RANCH RD. se ' 1oo'IIfl'Idw.Sfhf. mm... adm 77S ' ""' M S i1'PTSf1f,'f65 EfSS2lUJQ,'NE" BUILDING , ' .L MATERIAL . HARDWARE I J. LUMBER ' company GARDEN SUPPLIES From First to Second on Marquette 326 Torick, Raymond, 113, 136, 288 Torr, Jerry, 87 Torr, Larry, 61 Torres, Benny, 77 Vigil, Betty, 62 Vigil, Carlos, 62 Vigil, Richard, 76, 134 Villanueva, William J., 62 Weston, James, 63, 180 Westreich, Budd, 207 Wetherbe, Marguerite, 87 Whateley, W. H., 63 Wise, Julian, 87, 126, 127, 147 Withers, Elaine, 63 Witt, B. E., 125 Witt, Louise, 87 Torres, Gilbert, 134 Trainer, Jim, 61 Vinson, Jane, 76, 171 Viviani, Anna, 87, 145, 158, 1 63 Wheeler, Robert, 63 Wheeler, Russ, 151, 185 Tristram, Ted, 217, 218, 219 Von Dreel, Barbara, 62 Sue, 87, 154 Yeck, Richard, 76, 180 Trujillo, Trujillo, Benjamin, 87 Carmen, 198 Trujillo, Lorena, 62 Trujillo, Louis, 87 Trujillo, Trujillo, Lydia, 62 Thomas, 62 Trumble, Maurice, 113, 181 Trussler, Marilyn, 76, 161 Tualls, Tommy, 125 Tucker, Libby, 76 Tucker, Robert, 87, 136, 288 Turner, Marshallene, 62, 162 Turner, Martha, 62, 154 Turrieta, Edward, 62, 141 Turrieta, Marie, 62 Tyler, Donald, 62, 210 Uhl, J. E., 221, 223 Underwood, Crisanto, 62 Unterberg, George, 157 Upton, W. J., 125 Uribe, Homero, 62 Utter, Roberta, 113, 173 Vahle, Gerald, 76 Valdez, Art, 113, 149 Valdez, Becky, 76 Valdez Frank, 87 Valdez Valdez, Roman, 62, 221 Thomas, 62, 220 Von Steeg, Walter, 76 Wackernagel, Lani, 62 Waconda, Walter, 76 Wade, John, 76 Wadley, Virgil, 76 Wagner, Billy, 135 Wagner, Dave, 144 Wagner, Mary, 76, 129, 163 Wagner, Mickey, 76 Wahlenmaier, Elaine, 62 Waide, Kristen, 62 Wakefield, John, 134 Waldron, Carolyn, 62 Walker, Eugene, 113 Walker, Jack, Jr., 125 Walkup, Annett, 62 Wallace, Dan, 87 Waller, Frank, 218 Waller, Mock, 113, 176, 221 Walter, Mimi, 62 Walter, Nancy, 76, 152, 154 ward, Phillip, 76, 189 White, Bob, 125 White, Ira, 114, 138 White, Jeannine, 76 White, Jerome, 63 White, Kemmer, 157, 260, 261 while, Lynn, 87, 157, 236 White, Steve, 63 White, Virgil, 63 Whittingham, Betsy, 87, 161 Whoolery, Anola, 36, 63 Whorley, Jane, 87, 158, 167 Wiant, Nancy, 63 Wicks, Glenn, 125 Wilder, Ellen, 172 Wilder, Joann, 36, 63, 152 172 Wilder, Linda, 63, 164 Wiley, Dick, 206 Wilger, Jack, 63 Wilkins, James, 76 Wille, Ted, 63 Williams, Barbara, 36, 63 Williams, Beverly, 154 Williams, Carita, 76, 149 Williams, Edith, 76, 206 Ward, Phyllis, 87, 154, 167, 229,Williams, 271 Ward, Robert, 62, 188 Ward, William, 113, 134, 138 Warner, George, 136 Warnock, David, 114, 228 Washburn, Delbert, 62, 250 Waterman, Doug, 62 Elizabeth, 63 Williams, Charles, 30, 134 Williams, Jack, 63, 221 Williams, Jan, 63 Williams, Jean, 114 Williams, Kathy, 63, 154, 168 Williams Williams, Wolcott, Judy, 87 Wold, Robert, 76, 151 Wolfe, Robert, 76, 187, 221 Wolf, Wayne, 235 Womack, L. T., 114,' 141 , 146 Wonn, Maelo, 63 Wood, Allen, 63 Wood, Jack, 63 Wood, Marilyn, 76, 167 Wood, Richard, 63 Wood, Shirley, 41, 76, 123, 169 Woodard, Don, 114 Woodard, Margo, 152 Woodard, Phillip, 63 Wooden, L. H., 76 , 154,Wooden, William, 87 Woodland, Donald, 183 Woodmansee, Jean Ann, 114 Woodrult, Nancy, 114, 167 Woody, Judith, 87 Word, Beth, 63, 160 Wormeli, Paul, 76, 151 Wortman, Robert, 217 Wright, Steve, 63 Wright, Wallace, 63 Wyclitte, V. R., 125 Wyman, Leona, 144 Yaksich, George, 63 Yates, G., 221 Yeager, George, 206 , Larry, 40, 136, 148, 206Yearsley, Sue, 76 West, Valor, Robert, 62 Van Atta, Mary, 87, 171 Van Atta, Merle, 76, 123, 171 Van Derck, R. D., 113, 216 Van Eman, Stuart, 62, 176 Van Patten, P. S., 220 Van Straaten, Bill, 36, 131, 190 Varela, Bob, 76, 136 Vargas, Phil, 252, 253, 255 Varner, Dudley, 62 Varner, T. W., 141 Vaughn, John, 113 Vaughn, Richard, 135, 137 Veager, Goss, 133 Velasquez, LeRoy, 76 Watons, Harlan, 62 Watson, Fred, 125 Weaver, Charles, 218, 219, 221 Weaver, Harry, 62 Weaver, Tom, 62 Webb, Max, 62, 260, 264 Webster, D. A., 221 Weihl, James, 62 Weintraub, Donald, 87, 140, 207 Weld, West, West, West, Jean, 62, 194, 211 Archie, 62 Gayle, 114, 144, 165 H. H., 220 West, Patricia, 63, 194 Vicki, 76, 149 Vlclcl, C. A., 258 Vigil, Bertha, 62 Westbrook, John, 63 Westman, John, 63 Williams, Wendell, 63 Willis, Bob, 149 Willis, Jerome, 125 Willits, Wilson, 76 Willmore, Joe, 243, 244, 246 Wilson, Dick, 176 Wilson, James, 114 Wilson, Marion, 114, 145 Wilson, Tunny, 240 Wilson, Theresa, 63 Wimberly, Guy, 188 Yockum, Marty, 36, 217, 219 Young, James, 63 Young, John, 63 Young, Robin, 206 Yount, David, 125 Yowell, Robert, 63 Yrisarri, Francis, 87, 187 Zachary, Jack, 76 Zander, Dixie, 63, 168 Wimbush, Penington, 63, 182, 221,ZeFf, Daniel, 40, 87, 126, 127, 147 223 Windsor, John, 63 Winger, Curtis, 63 Winget, Jerry, 136 Wise, Deanne, 63, 149 185 Zimbrick, Loretta, 63 Zimmer, Ray, 148 Zuniga, Orcilia, 63, 153,198 Zurcher, Vic, 188 327 I . X. 'I I J llle. 'E ,N , 'i I E' I' TRY IM P E R I A L' S QUALITY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Phone 3-67II for free puck-up cmd delivery or use fhese convenienf drive-in Iocafions Third and Silver SW 0 5416 Kathryn Ave. SE 5201 Lomas Blvd. NE ' 5003 Menaul Blvd. NE the O mpmnl aundrg BILL ZEE FIXTURE COMPANY, Inc. 722 Cen'l'raI Avenue SW GLASSWARE CHINAWARE SILVERWARE Engineering and Designing Service In apprecialion of +I1e cooperalion given by Albu- querque firms who placed adverlisemenls in I'I1e I957 MIRAGE, may I urge all pa+ronize +I1e businesses Iis'IecI. DICK FRENCH Business Manager of our readers Io 328 Adams, Kenneth M., 22 Albrecht, Wm. P., 20 Alexander, H. G., 20 Ancona, Nina M., 22 Anderson, Roger Y., 22 Angel, Frank, 22 Arms, George, 22 Bahm, Archie, 22 Bailey, Arthur P., 22 Baker, George L., 22 Barnes, Willis, 22, 252 Baroody, Wilson G., 22 Basehart, Harry W., 22 Batcheller, John M., 22 Baughman, Ernest W., 22 Benedetti, David T., 22 Bickham, Robert S., 22 Blackburn, Nadene S., 22 Blankley, Roy E., 22 Bowen, William H., 22 Bowers, Landon, 22 Brasher, Stanley J., 22 Britton, Raymond, 22 Brooks, Mary E., 22 Brown, Chester R., 22 Buchanan, Edith, 22 Buell, Eugene, 22 Bunting, Bainbridge, 22 Burley, Lloyd R., 22 Calvert, Laura D., 23 Carlson, Helen S., 23 Carr, Patrick G., 23 Carstens, William F., 23 Castetter, E. F., 15 Castle, Raymond N., 23 faculty index Castonguay, T. T., 20, 133 Cataline, Elmon L., 19 Caton, Lucile W., 23 Chapman, Frank, 23 Chreist, Fred M., 23, 145 Christman, Karl, 23, 146 Cislo, Louis, 23 Clark, R. B., 23 Clark, Robert E., 23 Clausen, Richard, 23 Clauve, Lena C., 16, 38, 158 Clements, W. W., 23 Cobos, Ruben, 23 Cooper, Bernarr, 23, 39 Corbin, James, 23 Costello, Robert, 23 Cottrell, Marion M., 23 Crawford, Bonner, 20 Crowell, Norton B., 23, 37 Cullen, Louis C., 23 Cullinan, Joseph, 23 Dabney, Wm. M., 20 Dalton, Bradford, 23 Daub, Guido, 23 Davis, K. B., 24 DeDea, Eileen R., 24 DeJongh, William F., 24 Dickey, Roland F., 17 Dickinson, David F., 24, 133 Dittmer, H. J., 24 Dolzadelli, John, 17 Douglass, Ralph, 24 Dove, Richard C., 24, 148 Dubois, Donald, 24 Duncan, Julian S., 20 Duncan, R. M., 20 Ducoft, Walter, 24 Durant, James R., 24 Durrie, John, 17 Edgel, Ralph L., 24 Elder, Elizabeth, 16 Ellis, Florence H., 24 Ellis, Helen H., 24 Ellis, Lawton, 24 Elser, Grace, 24, 143, 144 Eubank, Wayne C., 20, 145 Evans, Melbourne G., 24 Eversole, W. J., 24 Failing, Mary, 24, 198 Fannin, Bob M., 24, 134 Farris, Marshall E., 18 Fenley, Ward, 17 Ferguson, Hugh C., 24 Feynn, James R., 24 Fiedler, William C., 24 Fifield, Myron F., 17 Findley, James S., 24 Finston, Howard V., 24 Fitzsimmons, Paul J., 24 Fixley, E. H., 24 Fleck, M. W., 24 Fleming, Ethel A., 24 Ford, A. D., 25, 38, 136 Foss, Ray J., 25, 135, 137 Foster, Russell W., 25 Frederick, Kurt, 25 Freedman, Morris, 25, 38 Gafford, William, 25, 138 Gausewitz, Alfred L., 19 Geddes, Ezra W., 25 Gentry, Frank C., 25 Gieswein, Charles, 25 Glaese, Eva M., 25 Goldberg, M. A., 25, 39 Goldman, Herbert, 25 Goode, Rudyard B., 25 Gordon, Leroy, 25 Gourier, Francoise C., 25 Grace, Charles T., 20 Grannemann, Wayne, 25, 134 Green, John R., 25 Gugisberg, Mercedes, 20 Haas, Lez L., 20 Hankins, Joyce A., 25 Harris, J. E. J., 17 Harton, Marilyn, 16, 41 Heimerich, John J., 20 Hendrickson, Morris S., 20 Hiatt, David, 25 Hibben, Frank C., 25 Hill, W. W., 20 Holt, Clayton, 25 Huber, William H., 25, 38 Huzarski, Richard G., 25 Irion, Frederick C., 25, 144 Ivins, Wilson H., 26 Jackson, Raymond C., 26 Jacobs, Willis D., 26 Jermain, Leonard L., 26, 38 John, Peter W., 26 Johnson, Roy W., 21, 260 Jorrin, Miguel, 26, 149 Judah, Charles B., 21 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico MEMBER North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, National University Exten- sion Association, Association of American Universities, American Association of University Women, American Association of University Professors, American Council on Education for Journalism, Engineering Council for Professional Development, American Council on Phar- maceutical Education fCIass Aj, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, American Bar Association, Association of American Law Schools, American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education I957-58 UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Summer Term . . . ......,....,................ , . .June 22, 1957 First Semester ..., .... S ept. 20, i957 Second Semester , , . . . . ....... . . Feb. 7, 1958 Excellent instructional facilities, a beautiful and spacious campus with 57 permanent build- ings in the unique modified Pueblo style architecture, a new gymnasium, a new women's dorm which provides housing for 600 girls, several of the largest buildings in the state of New Mexico are located on the campus, and plans are being drawn for a new SUB and men's dormitory. THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO offers thorough training for elementary and secondary teachers and in music education, and outstanding opportunities in the fields of art, biological sciences, business administration, dramatic art, English, health and physical education, home economics, industrial arts, iournalism, library science, languages, meteoritics, astronomy, music, physical and social sciences, speech, Pre-medicine, Pre-dentistry, Pre-veterinary medicine, nursing, law, engineering, pharmacy, mathematics, geology, physics, anthro- pology, government, history, and Inter-American Affairs. COLLEGES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO College of Fine Arts College of Nursing College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Engineering College of Law College College of Business Administration of Pharmacy Graduate School University College Veterans are urged to take advantage of regular and special offerings made available through our resources and facilities, including evening classes. For further information, address TOM L. POPEJOY, President University of New Mexico Albuquerque NEW MEXlCO'S NEW JOHNSON GYMNASIUM The 32,000,000 gymnasium for the University of New Mexico will put the Lobos in the top class of the Skyline Conference. The gym, which will seat an estimated 8,200, will be among the biggest and the most modern in the Rocky Mountain area and in the Skyline Conference. Housed in the gym will be six basketball courts, a regulation-sized swim- ming pool, dressing facilities for 1,500 students, handball courts and other recreation facilities. The new gym, named after Coach Roy Johnson, will be officially dedicated on Dec. 27 and Dec. 28 with a four-team cage tournament. The teams will include host New Mexico, Wyoming from the Skyline Con- ference and two Big Ten teams, Wisconsin and Michigan. Both Skyline Conference schools will play the Big Ten representatives with doubleheaclers each night. l n :Q ,mx Kahn, Milton, 26 Katzenstein, Jack, 26 Keleher, Julia M., 26, 145 Keller, Walter B., 26 Kelley, David O., 17 Kelley, Vincent C., 26 Keppers, George L., 26 Kercheville, F. M., 26, 39 King, Eleanor M., 19 Kluckhohn, Jane, 39 Kolodner, lgnace, 26 Koster, W. A., 21 Kuntz, J. M., 26 Lauber, John, 26 Leavitt, Christopher, 26 Lee, Warren, 17 Levy, Marvin, 26 Lewis, Vernon, 26 Lewis, Ralph, 26 Longhurst, John, 26 Lopes, Albert, 26 Lucas, Benjamin, 26 Lueders, Edward, 26 MacAdoo, Thomas, 26 MacCurdy, Raymond R., 26 MacGregor, J. C., 15 Mallary, Robert, 26 Martin, A. V., 27 Martin, Ernest L., 27 Martinez, Baltazar, 27 Martinez, Jose E., 27 Masley, Alexander, 21 , 39 Mathany, Howard V., 16, 38 May, Marvin C., 27 McCluney, Eugene, 16 McGill, Frances, 27, 153 McGuire, Richard, 27 McKee, John D., 27 McMurray, lmogean, 27, 149 McRae, Donald, 27 Mead, Philip, 27 Melloh, Arthur, 27, 134 Mench, Lt. Lelande, 27 Miller, Hugh, 21 Milliken, Gladys, 27 332 Mitchell, Merle, 27 Moore, Richard, 21 Mori, Perry T., 27 Murphy, Daniel, Lt., 27 Nason, Marshall R., 27 Neiman, Gilbert, 27 Newman, Stanley S., 27 Norman, Ralph D., 27, 37 Norris, Frank F., 27 Northrop, Stuart, 21 O'Herron, John, MfSgt, 27 Owens, Cullen B., 27, 139, 145 Paak, Carl E., 28 Palmer, James, Mai., 28 Parish, William J., 28 Pearce, T. M., 28 Peden, William, 28 Pederson, Dorothy, 28 Perovich, John, 15 Peterson, Geo. M., 21 Petrol, George, 28 Pettiiohn, Jack, FTC, 28 Petty, Paul V., 21 Pierce, Gerald S., 28 Pillings, Edward J., 28 Piper, Charlotte, 152 Poldervaart, Arie, 28 Poore, John, 28 Popeioy, Tom. L., 12, 13, 40 Rafferty, Keen, 21, 38 Rauhof, Margaret, 28 Reed, Homer B., 28 Reeve, Frank D., 28 Regener, Victor H., 21 Reiter, Winifred, 17 Reva, Virginia, 28 Rhoads, William E., 28 Richards, Allan R., 28 Riebsomer, J. L., 21 Ried, Harold, 17, 145 Rightley, E. C., 28 Rimm, Michael, Lt., 28 Rivers, William, Cdr., 28 Robb, John D., 18, 39 Robert, George, 28 Robinson, Magnus, 28 Roeder, Cl ittord, 28 Rosenzweig, Abraham, 28 Rubenstein, George, 28 Rumph, C. P., 28 Runge, William B., 29 Russell, Josiah C., 29 Sacks, Benjamin, 29 St. Onge, Keith, 29 Scheer, Richard K., 29 Schlegel, Don, 29 Schoenfeld, Morton, 29 Schoggen, Elmer G., 19, 227 Scholes, France V., 29 Schroeder, Florence, 29 Scott, Ellis L., 29 Searcy, Victor V., 29 Seed, Verle R., 29 Sender, Florence, 29 Sender, Ramon, 29 Simons, Katherine, 29 Skoglund, Victor J., 29, 148 Smith, Dane F., 29 Smith, George, 29, 146 Smith, Marie T., 29 Smith, Sam, 29 Smith, Sherman, 15, 39 Snapp, Edwin, 21, 39 Snell, Charles, TfSgt., 29 Snow, Jane, 29 Sorrell, Vernon L., 18, 146 Steger, Arthur, 29 Steger, Mariorie, 29 Steller, Ormaiene, 29 Stephenson, Jack, 29 Stockton, Bill, 29, 243 Stoughton, George, 29 Sturges, Evelyn, 17 Sweeney, Robert M., 29, 243, 250 Tapy, Ralph W., 29, 134 Tatschl, John, 30 Tedlock, W. W., 30 Thom, Phillip H., Lt., 30 Thomas, Roy, 30 Thornton, James, 30 Tireman, L. S., 21 Travelstead, Chester C., 18 Ulibarri, Sabine, 30 Ussery, Albert, 30 Vernon, David H., 30 Voyclat, Mitchell L., 30 Wagner, W. C., 21 Walden, Jerrold, 30 Walter, Paul, 21 Waters, Elizabeth, 30 Weeks, Bill, 30 Weihofen, Henry P., 30 Welch, A. C., 30 Weldon, Roger J., 30 Wellck, A. A., 17 Wells, Elizabeth, 30 Wengerd, Sherman A., 30 White, George, 30, 258 Whitlow, James L., 30 Wicker, C. V., 30 Wilcox, William, 30 Williamson, Delbert F., 19 Wilson, Thurlow B., 30 Wolcott, Leon, 30 Wollman, Nathaniel, 30 Wood, Clifford, 30 Ximenes, Vicente, 30 Wynn, Dudley, 18 Yarberry, Rodney B., 30 Yell, Joseph E., 30 Zwoyer, Eugene, 30 advertisers Alumni Association .... Albuquerque Lumber Co. . . . . Albuquerque National Bank . . American Linen Supply Co. . . Associated Students Book Store Baca's Mexican Kitchen ..... Blueher Lumber Company ..,, Butterfield ........,.... Charles Ilfeld Company ..,. College Inn Bookstore ...,.. Creamland Dairy Stores, Inc. . Darrow's . ......... ....,, Excelsior Laundry i... , A . Fedway .....,,r.......,....,. First National Bank in Albuquerque , 4 . Four Hills Ranch ..,,,.......... Given Bros. ..,. . Imperial Laundry ,..... Jones Motor Company . , Kistler-Collister ....... J. Korber ,... La Hacienda ............. Miller 81 Smith Mfg. Co., Inc. , Frank Mindlin Co. .,..,... . National Bedding Co. , 1 ........ , . . New Mexico Janitor Supply Company . . . New Mexico Produce Distributors . . The Oftice ..r...,... . . . Oklahoma Joe's . . . Paris Shoe Stores .,,...., ,........., Public Service Company of New Mexico .... Rainbo Baking Company .,..,.,...... Sanitary Laundry ,...,.. Schaefer-Shepherd, Inc. ,. Sleep-Aire ...,........,.., Springer Transfer Company ..., Strombergs ..,.i.,....... Towne House ........,.i University of New Mexico .... Valliant Printing Company , . . Wallace Studio ,..,...,. Woodrutt-Julian ........,.. Bill Zee Fixture Company, Inc. . . . , . 306 . 326 . 313 . 309 . 320 . 319 . 325 . 312 . 323 . 303 . 309 4 315 . 306 . 309 . 304 . 326 . 319 . 328 . 315 . 307 . 301 . 303 . 31 5 . 315 . 306 . 325 . 325 . 312 . 306 . 310 . 322 . 325 , 326 . 323 . 326 . 312 . 31 9 312 330-331 309 . 316 , 319 . 328 4 'Hail to thee, New Mexico" . . . To your faculty and administration -they are your firm base, to your every student, striv- ing, forming your core, to your interests and activities which form the panorama of campus life. These parts of you we have stilled a moment-scurrying seconds of laughter, proud moments of triumph, strained times of effort, and the happy days of iust being. This tribute to New Mexico would never have been accomplished without the work of my staff. They contributed the parts of this book which combine to produce the whole MIRAGE. I wish to give THANKS to . . . Esther Sutin, Art Editor, whose talent and genuine interest have combined to give the MIRAGE dignity and individualism. Gloria Griffin, Copy Editor, with her creative ability, enthusiasm, and carry-through, and' her as- sistant, Trudy Gill, whose consistent effort helped to make it possible to meet each deadline. Jim Stevens, veteran Sports Editor, whose hard work and interest have been rewarded by an exceptional sports section this year. Mary Wagner, Faculty Editor, and Jo Ann Tate, her assistant, for the great amount of time and effort spent on their section. Ruth Ballenger, Class Editor, who not only finished her section quickly and efficiently but also con- tinued to help others on the staff. Joel Barrett, whose photography has been a major contribution to the book, and to the student photographers who supplemented his work. Alice Blue, Organizations Editor, who conscientiously completed the thankless task of contacting each organization on campus and finding a place for them in the book. Beverly Orr, Features Editor, for her interesting section. Dick French, Business Manager, who took over the advertising within the last month and finished the section quickly and effectively. I am especially grateful to Dick, for without his special effort, the MIRAGE would not be out at this time. Marilyn Johnson, Greek Editor, for her conscientious work on the social section. Jim Miles, Layout Editor, for the time he spent on this essential part of the book. The typists, Carol Kutnewsky, Frances Short and Marilyn Teas, for the hours of typing and indexing. Wallace Studios for their interest in the MIRAGE and for finishing the class portraits quickly. Mr. Glenn Bloom of the printing plant and his staff under the supervision of Mr. Shepard Ray- mond, especially to Mr. Bloom whose help and interest contributed greatly to the quality of the book. Mr. Jermain, Business Supervisor of Student Publications, for the moral support he has offered all year. Each of you who has given me your cooperation and backing, and to those who have given hours of work without recognition. The pictures are collected, the layout and copy completed. The memories of exasperation and ioy are but ghosts. The usually busy office is almost desolate with its stray discarded prints lying around and frayed papers blowing loosely. This is the culmination of our labor. Here is your MIRAGE. JO ANN CLAUVE Editor 1957 mirage stuff Editor ........... Business Manager . Art ...... Athletics . . . Class .... Copy ..... Faculty ..... Features . . . Greek ...... Layout ..... 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