University of New Mexico - Mirage Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)
- Class of 1960
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Text from Pages 1 - 344 of the 1960 volume:
MJC? - M90
Tihealof the University of ngeW mexico
; The'Sealwas designed by Dr. Edward Dundas MacQueen Gray
Sometime between ,1'909-and 191 2 when he sewed as president of
the University of New Mexico. The motto beneath the shield, Lux
' Hominum. Vita, was proposed by' Dr. Lynn B, Mitch'eH at; the re
quest of UNM President David R, Boyd and was added t0 the $6211
about 1 g 14'. The metto in translation is "Light is the Life of Man."
The Great Seal Of'the State of New Mexico is superimpeSed upon
a shield, The upper left and lower right quarterings :show the UnfiteCI
States tshi'eild. The upper right quartering shews symbols from the I
coatof aims of Spainrepresenting the provinces, of Spain as fellows:
top right, Castile; top left, Leon; hlewe: right, Aragon; blowerr left,
Navarre; rose in extreme lower left, Granada. The three heur de list
in the coat of arms :repreSent France, uadded by Philip V as an
' escuteh'eon 0f pretense? ,
The IOWCI left'quartering has in the chief an Aztec sun in gold on
.a blue held. In the base of the quartering are three Aztec bUZZEtde
ml gold and black on a White held.
The Shield is flanked by a Spanish conquistader sinister. and an
American frontiersman dexter. The shield is surmoumed by a "r911 ,
Of. red and White bunting, an. Open book, and a blazing torch.
Lorena Bramlett, editor
Neil Frumkin. business manager
university of New M61460
,4llmquc'rqu6, New Maia!
A valued member of the University faculty since 1927, Dr.
Loyd Spencer Tireman, Professor of Education, Chairman of
the Department of Elementary Education, died on October
25, 1959, after an illness of several weeks.
Dr. Tireman was a great teacheraa dedicated and untiring
llprofessor" of what he believed to be right. Those who knew
him best feel sure he would like to be remembered most as a
teacher-for just the same reason, perhaps, as Thomas Jefferson,
author of the Declaration of Independence, wanted to be re
membered first of all as the founder of the University of
Dr. Tiremans inHuence was known not only in Iowa, where
he received his PhD. degree from the University of Iowa, and
in New Mexico, but also in several foreign countries where he
was sent on educational missions by the government. W ith his
extended travel, service, and study-in XVales, Belgium, Switz-
erland, and Luxembourg as early as 1932; later in Bolivia, Brazil,
Thailand, and Jordan; and in Hawaii as late as 1958-416 was
indeed a Citizen of the world, with a sympathy and understand-
ing of the problems of education in many lands.
Much of Dr. Tiremaifs work in New Mexico dealt with the
teaching of English to the Spanish-speaking child, and he wrote
several books and many articles on the subject. Also among his
publications was the Mesaland Seriesaeight excellent books
for children about animals of the desert.
Dr. Loyd Spencer Tireman
Students and teachers all over this land were inHu-
enced by Dr. Tireman-either directly as students in
his Classes, or indirectly as readers of his books and
articles. He always had time to offer a word of help and
encouragement to the beginning teacher or discouraged
student. To the bewildered freshman he oHcred a per-
sonal interest, mucheneeded to one unused to the
llbusyness" and impersonality of a large university.
The aHection and respect in which he was held by
his colleagues cannot be adequately described in words,
but these colleagues will carry in their hearts the pleas-
ant memories they have of him. His keen insight, his ,
scintillating humor, and his power to rise to the occa-
sion when necessary will not soon be forgotten.
To a man of great integrity and strength of character,
a faculty member of whom the University of New Mex-
ico can be justly proud, and a man who devoted his life
to education, Loyd S. Tireman, we DEDICATE the
HODCIN HALL, oldest building on UNM campus houses the
College of Education,
T0 sec 21 world in a grain of sand
And a heaven in a wild Bower,
Hold inEnity in the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour.
W ILLIAM BLAKE
A UNIVERSITY consists partly of buildings, and it is
molded to a great extent by its location. But most of all, a
university is its pCOPIChits employees and benefactors; the
people of the city who support it with their loyal Spirit; and
its students, faculty, administrati011, and alumni.
Here arc the faces of some of those people. And on the
following pages is a more detailed account of our own uni-
versity's administration, faculty, and students. These arc
the people who determine the growth and direction of the
University of New Mexico, who make it a complete and
aAle of Contents
University ................. 7
0401ministration . . . . .......... 15
government ................ 33
Student 13on . . . . .......... 45
Crgcznizations ............... 97
Jammy . . . . .......... 99
?Qelzgzous ............... 707
Social ................ 727
7m rts. . . . .......... 777
Military ............... 797
pm essional . . . .......... 207
miscellaneous. . . .......... 27 7
a4tHetics ................. 229
giveatures ................. 249
CIQoCyalty .................. 285
k.gn memoriam . . . . .......... 304
wolvertising anal ynalexes .......... 306
qusearcA: 18' Business at 11ng
RESEARCH: BIG BUSINESS AT UNM
Research has become big business at the Univer-
sity of New Mexico, with a total of $1,46;,608
in contracts and proposals for additional research
amounting to $866,930 under consideration. This
research work is generally of a basic and funda-
mental nature rather than of a more immediately
practical nature. Faculty members select their own
research projects and are assisted in finding spon-
sors by Mr. 11. L. lValker, Administrative Director
At the present time, some .; organizations are
sponsoring this work; exp. the National Institute
of Health, several Indian tribes, the National Sei-
enee Foundation, the Atomic Energy Commis-
sion, Army Ordnance, the U. S. XVeather Bureau,
Ofliee of Naval Research, Los Alamos, Sandia
Corp., the Air Force OHice of Scientific Research,
and the Air Force Research and Development
There are 32 projects currently being worked
on; including studies on high altitude physics and
the root systems of desert plants.
Two courses in radiation biology are now being
offered at the University working in eo-operation
with the Atomic Energy Commission. One course
will include instruction in handling radioactive
particles and in detecting and protecting against
radiation. The other course will deal with the
effects of radiation in living tissues in plants and
animals. Dr. Martin Fleck, who will teach the
courses, spent two months at the Oak Ridge Insti-
tute of Nuclear Studies. Duke and Harvard Uni-
versities are also offering the courses under the
backing of the AEC and the Los Alamos Scien-
Dr. Martin XV. Fleck, UNM biologist
Dl'l'l'XIER AXVARDED GRANT
Dr. ll. I. Dittmer, professor of biology at the University, has re-
1 eeived a $9500 grant from the National Science Fouridaiton for the
third year in a row. He is engaged in a study of the root systems of
desert plants. Dr. Dittmerys new book, wllhe Story of the Plant King-
dom," is now in its second printing.
This big timber wolf was killed south of Lordshurg, N. M. lle
stretches about 6 feet from nose tip to tail tip and weighed
probably 100 lbs.
Dr. James Findley, U. N. XI. biology professor,
is the curator of the department's mamnml mu-
seum. The museum, with 10,000 specimens, is
the largest in the Southwest. 'l'he fast-growing col-
lection is housed in the basement of the Biology
Through the efforts of Dr Findley and his stue
dents, the collection has grown from 600 speci-
mens four years ago to the present io,eoo Figure.
Some Of the specimens were obtained through
exchanges with collectors in Europe, Asia, Russia,
Japan, Australia, and from other parts of the
United States. Most of the regional specimens are
gathered by Dr. Findley and his students on field
trips during holidays, weekends and iii the
MAMMAL MUSEUM. Dr. James Findley holds a hognose skunk, Seventeen research papers have been written in
found mostly in Mexico, and a striped skunk, found everywhere. They the past four years with the aid of the museum
come in all sizes and grow beautiful fur. Thousands of mounted skins collection. It has proved to be an invaluable aid
are in the UNM mammal collection. in both research and teaching.
COMPLEX MOLECULES ADJUSTMENT PROBLEMS
The Department of Education received in 1957
Fundamental research in the field of complex molecules is being done by graduate students in
a threefear grant of 563,54; to do research on
the department of Chemistry at UNM. tVith the aid of the department's newly acquired speetro- . .
1 1 . d , .' . . , , . . H the problems of zidlustment of Indian and non-
gmp 1, tie stu cuts are getting valuable experlenee 1n instrumentation and data recording. lhe speev Indian in the public elementary sehoots Of New
trograph program enables students to study the effects of metal ions on strengths and types of Mexico.
chemical bonds that form with various metals. Molecules are analyzed while under stimulation Participating in H10 TCSCRTCll program, WhiCh is
from high energy iiltraex'iolet light, or from photographs of the Visible light which they emit when SPOUSOer by the U' S' Department Of Health,
The spectrograph was imported from Germany about a year ago at a cost of $10,000. It was pur-
chased by UNM, with the aid of a research grant.
Dr. Glen A. Crosby is the graduate student adviser for the spectrograph pI'OgI'JHL
CANCER CURE SOUGHT
The Chemistry Department of U. N. M. is cur-
rently engaged in seeking cancer inhibiting com-
pounds. The project is headed by Dr. Raymond
N. Castle. Working under him on the study are
Dr. Kikuo Adaehi, Duane Aldous, and Aim Ger-
hardt. This research is being sponsored by the
National Cancer Institute of the National Insti-
tute of Health.
The work done at U. N. M. is exclusively syn-
thesizing 0r isolating compounds from plant and
animal sources of potential physiological activity.
Screening and testing the effectiveness of the com-
pounds is done elsewhere, mainly at the 1 Tational
Research work is also being done on anti-
spasmodies and tranquilizers, under the direction
of Dr. Raymond Castle, Dr. Mzisziyuki Onda and
Miss XVinifred Matthews are working 011 the pro-
duction of compounds. They are being soponsored
by Smith, Kline and French Laboratories of
Iustin Hammer is doing research on the isola-
tion of natural products from Cuban plants.
All of this work is being done in the new
$45,000 medical Chemistry laboratory in the base
ment of the Chemistry building. The laboratory
is devoted exclusively to health-direeted research.
CANCER CURE SOUCII'I'. tVorking iii the UNM medical cheme
istry lab on a project to find a compound that could combat cancer
are Dr. Kikuo Adachi and XVinifred Matthews.
Dr. Raymond N. Castle, UNXI
Professor of Chemistry
Education, ziiid XVelfare, are seven public schools
in New Mexico: Iemez, Dulce. Cuba, Seboyeta,
Thoreau, Santo Domingo, and Bent-Mesealero,
most of which have predominantly Indian enroll-
The project has four field studies now in prog-
ress under the direction of Dri Miles V. Ziutz 0f
the Department of Education. The four studies
include the teaching of oral English in kinder
garten, under the direction of LeRoy Candie; the
teaching of third grade arithmetic, under the
direction of Hitoshi Ikeda; elementary seie'lee C011-
eepts and Cultural differences, under the direction
of Carol Charles; and the teaching of reading in
the fifth grade under the direction of Miles V.
Activities in the study include periodic testing
of pupils to determine the success of suggested
teaching methods, and observation of classes.
A Elm library of 100 tihiistrips is provided by
the study and each hhiistrip has circulated through
the participating schools. 'l'he library is made up
of both educational films for the upper grades and
more elementary films, such as fairy tales, which
Can be understood and discussed by ehildren of
limited English vocabulary in the lower grades.
Monthly workshops for collaborating teachers
and field study directors were initiated in Septem-
ber of 1959 at the University at which teaching
methods and common problems were discussed.
The speaker at the March workshop was Dr.
Florence Schroeder of the University Home Eee-
nomies department, who recently completed her
doctoral dissertation on HPre-Sehool Child Rearing
Practices in 3 Rio Grande Pueblo."
Tentative test results have shown iiiiprm'ement
in 811 areas being studied.
Also working on the cancer research project is Duane Aldous.
The various departments of the College of Engi-
neering at U. N. M. are engaged in research
projects totaling $630,739.
A study of the return of radar waves from
various types of terrain is being conducted by Dr.
R. K. Moore of the Electrical Engineering depart-
ment under the sponsorship of the U. S. Navy.
Dr. Moore is also directing work on an electronic
computer for high school use. In addition, Dri
Moore is heading work on transistors and on two
Dr. Donald C. Thorn is directing a research
project tworth $107,833l on the refraction of
radar waves. This project is sponsored by the U. 5.
Army Signal Missile Support Agency at thite
Sands, New Mexico.
Experiments with new materials for use in tran-
sistors and reetihers are being made under the cli-
reetion of Dr. XV. W. Granneinann. This work
should produce valuable information about the
electrical properties of crystals in comparison to
currently used vacuum tubes.
Dr. Cranneinann is also clireeting research on
the Hall effect in semiconductor materials.
The Mechanical Engineering department is en
gaged in several different types of research work.
They are studying objects subject to severe ine-
ehanieal shocks; another important area of research
concerns the thermal stresses developed in pipes
of various thicknesses when subjected to rapid
changes of temperature in the interior. This prob-
lem is directly related to the design of nuclear
power plants. Also under investigation is the pres.
sure, recovery and shoek-wai'e interaction of super-
sonie air flow.
The department of Chemical Engineering is
busy classifying New Mexico etude Oil, reducing
oolitie iron ores with hydrogen, and determining
the thermal properties and impregnation of porous
materials with metals.
The University has received a grant of 9647; from the Atomic Energy Commission
for the procurement of nuclear equipment. This grant was one of the largest made
by the ABC.
. . W . V V i l
MANIAC I. Research associate Dale Sparks gathers data from MANIAC l at the University of
New Mexico. Maniac I, now used in UNM research work, was the original computer used at Los
Alamos Scientific Laboratory. It will handle 600,000 addition or snbtraetions in one minute. In the
same time it will make 87,000 multiplications or 63,000 divisions. Maniac I also can solve +0 simul-
taneous equations with 40 unknowns in three and one half minutes.
MANIAC: RESEARCH AID
MANIAC, one of the original electronic eom-
puters, was given to the University under the Ex-
eess Equipment Program of the Department of
Health, Education and TVelfare. MANIAC was
designed and built at Los Alanios, New Mexico.
It is now obsolete even though it operates at
10,000 mathematical operations a second. The
computer was shipped to Albuquerque and labori-
ously rebnilt by Dale Sparks and XVilliain TVhisler.
Dr. Marshall Nason, professor of Modern Lan-
guages at U. N. bL, is presently studying Argen-
tine literature in Buenos Aires. He is working
under a six-nmnth grant from the Organization
of American States. He will study the literature
of the gaueho, the Argentine cowboy, in partiens
lar. Dr. Nason will return to the Universiti' in
time for the opening of the fall semester. -
HEARTS KEPT ALIVE
A glass blowerls delight, known as the Crai'er
instrument, is keeping hearts alive outside the
body for as long as eight hours. The instrument
is used by Dr. Marvin H. Malone of the College
of Pharmacy to test the effects of various drugs on
the heart. Dr. Malone is working with the Univer-
sity of XVashington in testing certain moulds and
The hearts of such animals as rats, rabbits and
guinea pigs are placed in a sealed Chamber in the
instrument. A chemical compound, resembling
blood, is then fed into the heart. The heart pumps
the blood through an elaborate heating, sterilizing
and oxygenating system. Drugs are gradually added
and their eHeet on the heart rate, the "power" of
the heart beat, and the amount of blood pumped
CLASS BLOTVER'S DELIGHT. Dr. Marvin Malone, a pharmacologist at UNM'S are "Oth'
college of pharmacy. is shown by the Crater instrninentewhieh can keep a heart alive
for eight hours after the body is dead. It is a tlglass blower's delight," Dr. Malone
The instrument is the only one of its kind in
the Rocky Mountain States. Most large ding pro-
ducers use the machine to test their prodnets.
LEF'I'AIIANDED RATS STUDIED. Inspecting curves obtained from
a dcnsitometcr are U. to rj Dri George M. Peterson, clmm. 0f UNM
psychology department, and Donald Gucka, a graduutc assistant.
Thc machine is used in studying differences in the brain of right and
SOUTH PgUV RATS S'I'UDIED
Tilc Air Force Office of Scientific Research has grantcd thc UNM
Psychology department funds to study the differences in brains of right
and lcft-handcd rats. The study is being conducted by Dr. George
Peterson and Donald ClleCr.
Dr. Henry Ellis is engaged in a study of human ability to learn
through a process of stimulus gcneralization. By using an oscillograph,
Dr. Ellis can study the reactions of persons to similar and dissimilar
stimulus in the learning process. A Change in stimulus. wiicthcr simi-
1:1: or dissimilar, may cause confusion in learning.
INTERNA'I'IONAL CLUB iForcign Stlidcntsii. Row 1 seated U. to IQ: Chaudhry Khurshid Ahmad, iV. Pakistan, treasurer; Sylvia Bussaba
Examining oscillograph data on the reactions of persons to similar and
dissimilar stimulus is Dr, Henry Ellis. assistant professor of psychol-
ogy at UNXI.
GOAL OF UNDERS'I'AXDING
wl'hc world i5 not small. it is too big," Dr. Iorrin says. Every coun-
try infiucnces thc world today, the small as well as the big. There are
8; foreign students from 38 different countries at the University, who
are hero to gain a better understanding of the world. That understand-
ing C0111CS through research; scientiEc research gives us knowledge of
the physical world, thilosophical" research gives us knowledge of
human relationships. Wic nccd both to make this a better world.
Shivapliong, 'lihailand; Melinda Meyer, United States, secretary; Muhammad Akbar, iV. Pakistan, program chairman; Annette Ewing, United
States, assistant MIRROR editor; Robert Bicdcr, United States, entertainment chum, Rok 2: I Das. India, Speaker; Mating, Olin 'l'hwin,
Burma; 'I'omonobu Kinoshita, Japan, MIRROR editor; Biswa Pradhan, Nepal; Kcam Dik, Cambodia; Yogendra Singh, Nepal; Sh. Ashgar Ali
Schgal, XV. Pakistan, Student Senate alternate; Muhamnmd Salecm, iV. Pakistan; Sophami Im, Cambodia. Sponsors for the group were Prof.
Richard Iquarski and Dr. Hugh Graham.
Poster display features
Arlen Asher's Quintet performs on HConcert in Stereo." - 3
The University of New Mexico and the Ale
buquerque Public Schools joint educational
television station first went onethe-air May 1,
1958, uin service to further malfs right to
Since that date, many advancements have
been made to increase the statiOIfS power to
reach almost all parts of the state. New studio
cameras, a redesigned control room, a Video
Credit course in ttllumanitics" is conducted by Dr. H. G. Alexander. George Fishbcck explains "Operation Gyroscope,"
u," the Learning Bug.
tape recorder, and a second uncrowmve link
serve to improve both the quality and the po0
tentials of KNME productions.
Channel 5 programming includes features of
educational and of entertainment Value. As
evidence of its increasing acceptance almost
10,000 letters and telephone calls of apprecizv
fion were received by KNME during a six
m 011th period.
HHablcmos Espanol" says Senor Alfredo Chavez to the
George 0V0rley, 0f the Pack Foundation, discusses Supcrintcndcnt Charles Spain and panel present a public school report.
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Jlumni memorial CAapel
The long-planned Alumni Memorial Chapel is being built
on the campus during the Spring of 1960 and should be ready
for dedication in the Fall, possibly at Homecoming.
The project was originally planned as a memorial to the
dead of two world wars and the Korean eonHiet. Gifts in
memory of numerous other former students, faculty, and
friends of the University have expanded the meaning of the
edifice, however, and it will now be dedicated to llthe war
dead and other former students and friends of the University?
The names of individuals memorialized will be carved on
huge wooden retablos which will be the only decoration on
the massive interior walls. All the war dead will be included,
whether or not special gifts have been made in their names.
Plans for the Chapel were designed by John Gaw Meem
in 1948 and a revision of his original conception is being
erected. The style is Franciscan, following the old mission at
Aeoma. Much carved and painted woodwork will be used on
the interior, including great Vigas, traditional corbels, and
railings in the traditional mission style.
Both architect and builder conceive the chapel to be a
master-work and it should be one of the most beautiful
buildings on campus.
Seating about 125, it will be open at all times for prayer
and meditation, and will be available for special ceremonies
of all faiths, including weddings. baptisms, memorial services,
and sacred concerts.
Arehiteetls drawing of Memorial Chapel interiori Memorial retablo is seen at left.
:sident Tom L. Popejoy.
President and Mrs. Tom L. Popeioy are shown in their home.
LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
Congratulations to the Editor and Staff on the publication of the MIRAGE for 1960.
Once again, here is the record of a year in the life of the University from the student
Viewpoint. Only part of the record is here, of course. Other summaries, academic, stae
tistieal, and financial, round out the story. But the MIRAGE, of all these documents,
best catches the warmth and the excitement, the diversity of interests, and the wealth
of opportunity which distinguish a university from all other human enterprises.
It has been a year of substantial progress and some dramatic highlights. Enrollment
reached an alletime high in the face of raised academic standards. The Erst seniors
graduated from the honors program. The Lobos took the measure of the Falcons. The
New Mexico Union opened with a broad range of new facilities and services. Coro-
nado Hall doubled the University's capacity to house single men. Student govern-
ment built a radio station. These and many other developments attest the Universityls
Vitality and strength.
To all those students who have contributed to its life and growth, the University
otters its thanks. To those of y0u who will complete your enrollment this year we ex-
tend our sincere good wishes. XVe hope that you will keep in touch, and that the for-
tunes of the University down through the years will be your constant concern.
Tom L. Popejoy
University of New h Iexieo
Of all the administrative officers of the University,
the Personnel Deans and their staffs are probably best
known by the students. Dean Clauve, in addition to her
duties as Dean of W omen, sponsors Campanas and
Mortar Board, junior and senior w0me1fs honoraries,
and acts as adviser to the Panhellenic Council. Dean
Mathany is the sponsor of Blue Key and Chakaa, senior
and junior ments honoraries, and IFC sponsor, as well
as Dean of Men. Miss Paxton, Assistant Dean of
W omen, sponsors Spurs, sophomore womelfs honor-
ary, and advises the Associated Women Students
Council and Judicial Board. Miss Elder, Assistant Per-
sonnel Officer, handles sorority and fraternity Rush
details, as well as sponsoring Town Club. She was
chosen Little Sister of Minerva last year by the SAE7s,
Teke Sweetheart, and honorary Sweetheart of Sigma
Chi. Mr. Chase, the new Associate Dean of Men,
handles scholarships, advises foreign students, and spon-
sors V igilantes, sophomore mews honorary, and JIFC.
Mr. Hubbart, Assistant Dean of Men, is the head resi-
dent for the melfs dorms, and sponsors Alpha Phi
Omega, national service fraternity.
It is to these ofEeers that students most often take
their troubles: financial, academic, or personal. The
Deans are in touch with every resource the University
LEN A C. CLAUVE has for helping a-student, whatever the problem; but
Dean Ofwomen often, the best thlng they d0 18 lust llsten.
WILLENE PAXTON ELIZABETH F. ELDER
Assistant Dean of Women Assistant Personnel OHiccr
HOWARD V . MATHANY WILLIAM M. CHASE GERALD W. HUBBART
Dean of Men Associate Dean of Men Assistant Dean of Men
CASTETTER, E. F.
Dean of Graduate School
The gentlemen on this page are responsible for
three principal areas of administration. The Aca-
demic V ice President guides the Universitye total
instructional program-thc various colleges, and the
Graduate School, the Extension Division, the Li-
brary, ROTC, the Research Division, and Publica-
tions. The Comptroller has Charge of hnaueial
matters, the physical plant, the various auxiliary en-
terprises, and a number of miscellaneous services.
The Director of Student AEairs coordinates the
work of 2111 the other administrative offices which
serve students directly. Besides the Personnel Of-
fice, these include the Office of Admissions and
Records, Counseling and T esting, Health Services,
the Placement Bureau, and the New Mexico
Union. Together, they have a large part in ensuring
the eHective day by day operation of the University.
SMITH, SHERMAN E.
Director of Student AHEairs
040,144 in istrative icers
BIERBAUM, XV. R. DICKEY, ROLAND DOLZADELLI, I P. DURRIE, IOIIN N. EDCEL, RALPH L.
New Mexico Unic-m University Press Athletics Secretary of the Burcau of Business
FENLEY, G. WARD FIFIEL13,M.F. HARRIS, I. E. I. HARTFIEL, H. IIEMPEN, F. C.
Public Information Physical Plant Health Service University Physician Station KNME-'I'V
KELLEY, DAVID O. LALICKER, R. G. MACCREGOR, I. C. MCDAVID, PETE POLDERVAART, A.
University Librarian Placement Bureau Director of Admissions Athletics, Fund Law Librarian
and Registrar Development
REITER, XVINIFRED RIED, H. O. STURGES, EVELYN WALKER, 11. L. XVELLCK, A. A.
Alumni Assn, Director of Extension, University Physician Research Counseling 8: Testing
Summer Session 8:
CAVI'ALINE, E. L. COUNTRYMAX, VERN FARRIS, M. E.
Pharmacy Law Engineering
HUBER, XVILLIAM H. KING, ELEA PARISH, WM. I
Director, Univcrsity College Nursing Business Administration
S'I'EIN, EDWIN TRAVELS'I'EAD, C. C XVYNN, DUDLEY
Fine Arts Education Arts 81 Sciences
ALEXANDER, H. G. CASTONCUAY, T. T. CLOUCH, RICHARD H. DUNCAN, I. S. DUNCAN, R. M.
Philosophy Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Economics Modern Languages
ELSER, GRACE L. EUBANK, WAYNE C. GERSCHEFSKI, EDWIN GORDON, B. LCROY GRACE, C. T.
Home Economics Speech Music Geography Mechanical Engineering
GUGISBERC, MERCEDES HAAS, LEZ L. HEIMERICH, JOHN J. HENDRICKSON, M. S. IIILL, XV. XV.
P. E. for women Art Architecture Mathematics Anthropology
IVINS, W. H. JORRI'N, MIGUEL IUDAH, CHARLES E.
Secondary Education Dir. of Foreign Studies Government Fading
Kiss mc-you foolll 2 2
LEAVIT'F, C P. LIEU1VEN, EDXVIN MASLEY, ALEXANDER 81 MOORE, R. K. NEWMAN, STANLEY
PhySICS 1act111g1 History Art Education Electrical Engineering Anthropology acting 56111. D
NORTIIROP, STUART A. PETERSON, GEORGE M. PETTY, PAUL V. POTTER, LOREN RAFFERTY, KEEN
Geology Psychology Educational and Biology Journalism
RIEBSOMER, I L. SASAKI, TOM T. SEIDLER, ARMOND
Chemistry Sociology 1:1cting1 P E for 111011
SNAPP, R. EDWIN TROVVBRIDGE, HOYT ZIN'I'Z, MILES V.
Dramatic Art English Elementary Education I calft understand why he doesn't want a Mohawk . . .
L. to R.: Mr Howard C. Bratton tRoswelU 19;9; Dr. Ralph R. Lopez, Vice President tSanta Fet 195;; Mr. Finlay MaeGilhx'ray, President tAlhuquerun
1935; UNM President Tom L Popejoy; Dr. Dorothy hVOOdWard tAlbuquerun 1957; Dr. Lawrence 11. XVilkinson, Seeretur'x'vTreasurer tAlbuquerun 1939.
The zlEairs 0f the University of New Mexico are under the general control
of the Board Of Regents. Their primary objective is the strengthening of the
University in every possible way.
Physical expansion at the University has been rapid in recent years. Two
major buildings were in use for the first time this year-the New Mexico Union
and Coronado Hall, a residence for men. The Alumni Memorial Chapel and
a new football stadium are under construction; and several other buildings,
including a Fine Arts Center, a Library addition, and new quarters for the
College of Education are now being planned. Also under consideration is the
institution of a Medical School at the University of New Mexico within the
next few years.
Adams. Kenneth Ancona, Mrs. E. P. Anderson. Roger Y. Anderson, Sharel Angel, Frank Jr. Bahm. Archie Baker, George
Art Music Geology Physical Education Education Philosophy Pharmacy
Ba'rnes, Willis. Basehart, Harry Batcheller, John Baughman, Ernest W. Benedetti. David Breiland, John G. Brown, Chester
Physmal Education Anthropology Music English Psychology Physics Education
Buchanan, Edith Bunting, Bainbridge Burley, Lloyd Callahan, Joseph P. Carr, Patrick Castle, Raymond Caton, Lucille
English Art 8: Architecture Education Civil Engineering Mathematics Chemistry Physical Education
Chelf. Don Chreist, Fred Clark, Robert E. Clements, W. W. Cline, Dorothy Cobos, Ruben Crawford. Bonner M.
Physical Education Speech Law Physical Education Government Modern Languages Education
Crowell, Norton B. Cullen, Louis C. Dabney, William Daub, Guido H. Dean, Virginia DeJongh, William Diehm, Lorain
English Physical Education History Chemistry Nursing Modern Languages Physical Education
Dittmer, H. J. Douglass, Ralph Dove, Richard Dubois, Donald Ellis. Florence Ellis, Helen Ellis. Henry
Biology Art Mechanical Engineering Mathematics Anthropology Sociology Psychology
Evans, Arthur R. Jr. Fiedler, William Findley, James S. Finley, Roland Finston, Howard Fitzsimmons, Paul Fleck, M. W.
Modern Languages Pharmacy Biology Civil Engineering Business Administration Geology Biology
Floyd, Troy S. Ford, A. D. Foss, Ray Frederick, Kurt Freedman, Morris GafYord. William Glaese, Eva
History Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Music English Civil Engineering Business Administration
Goldberg, Edward M. Goode, Rudyard Graham. Hugh F. Grannemann, Wayne W. Green, John R. Haley, Margaret L. Hamilton, David
Government Business Administration Modern Languages Electrical Engineering Physics English Economics
Hammel, Eugene Hibben, Frank Hoff. Clayton Huzarski, Richard Jacobs, Willis Jensen, Faith Jermain, Leonard
Anthropology Anthropology Biology Civil Engineering English Nursing Journalism
Kahn, Milton Keller, Walter Keppers, George Kercheville, F. M. Kluckhohn, Jane Knight, Robert E. Kolodner, Ignace
Chemlstry MUSIC Education Modern Languages English Economics Mathematics
Kostey, William Kuntz, J. M. Lacour, Dorothy Levy, Marvin D; Lewis, Ralph W. Lewis, Vernon Longhurst, John E.
Iixology English Nursing Physical Education Art Mathematics History
Lopes, Albert. R. Loren, Parke B. Lutz, Raymond P. MacCurdy, R, R. Jr. Mallary, Robert Martin, A, V. Martin, Ernest L.
Modern Languages Education Mechanical Engineering Modern Languages Art 8: Architecture Mathematics Chemistry
Martin, William C. Martinez, Jose E. May, Marvin C. McClary. Duane R. McGill, Frances McKenzie. Donald A. McMurray, Imogean
Biology Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Education Physical Education Modern Languages Home Economics
McRae, Donald Melloh, Arthur W. Milliken, Gladys E4 Mitchell, Merle Monroe, Keith Morgan, Robert M. . Mori, Pexjrs-y T. .
Music Electrical Engineering Physical Education Mathematics Art Psychology Busmess Admlmstratxon
Nason, Marshall R. Neumann, John Nolan. Edward Norman, Ralph Paak, Carl E. . Park, qups . Pearce. .T' M.
Modern Languages Physical Education Psychology Psychology Art Busmess Admmlstratlon Enghsh
2h; I, V. V ' , k ab
Petrol, George Piper, Charlotte Reeve. Frank Regener, Victor Reva, Virginia Rhoads, William Robert, George
Physical Education Physical Education History Physics Business Administration Music Music
Robertson. Robert A. Rosenzweig, Abraham Rumph, C. P. Runge, William Russell, Josiah Rypka, Eugene Sacks, Benjamin
Economics Geology Mathematics Education History Biology History
Sacks, Norman St. Onge, Keith Scheer, Richard Schlegel, Don Schoenfeld, Morton Scholes. France Schroeder. Florence
Modern Languaga Speech Mathematics Architecture Music History Home Economics
Searcy, .Victor Seed, VerIe Sender, Ramon Simons, Katherine Smith, Dan Smith, Dane Smith. George W.
Chemlstry Law Modern Languages English Accounting English History
Smith. Sam Snow, Jane Sorrell. Vernon Steger. Arthur Stephenson, Jack Stoughton, George Sweeney. Robert
Art Music Business Administration Mathematics Music Dramatic Art Physical Education
Tapy, Ralph Taylor, Jack Taylor, Robert Tedlock, E. W'. Jr. Thomas, Roy Thornton, James Tobias, Henry J.
Electrical Engineering Art Education Sociology English Physics Music History
Traeger, Richard Ulibarri, Sabine Vernon, David Wagner, W. C. Walter, Paul Jr. Wat .5, Elizabeth Weeks, William
Chemical Engineering Modern Languages Law Civil Engineering Sociology Physical Education Physical Education
Weihofcn, Henry Welch, A. C. Welsh, Rosemarie Wengerd. Sherman Whitlow, James
Law Business Administration Modern Languages Geology Music
Wicker, C.V. Wykes, Barbara Yell, Eugene Zwoyer, Eugene
English English Dramatic Art Civil Engineering
ir orce acu icy
Lt. Col. Herbert M. Campbell T. Sgt. Iames C. Blake Captain Arnold XV. Brown
Commanding Ofliccr Student Administration Air Science
T. Sgt. Herbert G. I. DcCraw Captain Charles C. Gilbert 'l'. Sgt. Iamcs R. IIcth
Military Training Air Scicncc Supply Sergeant
Captain Maxwell I Ihrig M. Sgt. Iames V. McQuade Major Leroy R. XVatcrman
Air Science Administration Air Science
YNC IL R. Britton QMC R. F. Gilmore Captain Paul L. chos
Naval Science Naval Science Commanding OHiccr
MSGT M. D. Harrelson FTC E. D. Rcvicr Lt. Col. I. R. Rhoadcs
Naval Science Naval Science Naval Science
CDR K T. Sanders SKI I. T. Sullivan G IC S. H. Thompson
Naval Science Naval Science Naval Scicncc
Mrs. Rebeeea Beekmeyer Hefty freshman houseniother, and Miss Mary
Roddy, director of Hokona Hall, sneak a few minutes from a busy day to
relax, read. and chat.
Mrs. Thelma Mahone, executive housemother 3t Hokmia Hall,
is pictured holding one of her favorite souvenirs, a white China
Madonna sent her by her son from a town near Wiesbaden,
Scholarship on a dOIIHitOIYvWidC basis was recoge
nized 011 March 17 at IIokoua Hall when approxie
mately ten per cent of the residents were feted with
a dinner in their honor at which Dean Lena C.
Clauve was a special guest.
Students qualifying for the uHokona Hyper
'il'enst, had carried a minimum program of Efteen
hours for the first half of the 19594960 school year
at the University with a grade point of 2.3 or above
and 110 grades of D or F in any subject counting
toward the grade point average.
Each received as a gift of achievement from the
Director Of Ilokoua Hall a medallion marked with
the Hokona butterfly insignia and the inscription,
HHokona Hyper-rljens,y 19594960.
It is hoped that the recognition of honor students
at Hokona Hall mew become a vearlv tradition. .
. v' . Dina Kuntz Uer and Carolyn Mottley teentert discuss the newly-formed honor society
for dormitory girls, IIokona IIyper-Tens, with Miss Mary Roddy.
MESSAGE TO THE STUDENT BODY
It gives me great pleasure to thank those members of the student body who have served
their college community, and I thank those members of our student body who have given me
the honor and privilege to serve them.
This year has truly been 21 memorable one; one which I feel has seen a great many changes
and one in which many contributions have been made to make New Mexico the llforward
lookingll University we desire her to be. It is my sincere hope that the students will continue
to do their part in advancing our educational environment.
I extend a Challenge to all of the students here at our universityea Challenge for improve
ment; :1 challenge that can only be met by students. The answer to the future is yours.
May I wish all of the members of the Class of 1960 the best of success and good fortune for
Student Body President
Seated: Turner Branch, Judy Zanotti, Nancy XVall, Steve Moore, Janice Teed, Orcilia Zuniga, Michel Nahmad, Dick Howell. Standing:
Billie Jean XVilhams, recording secretary; Charles Caton, Dawn Fritz, Marty Lcnzini, Joann XVildcr, Bob XVerdig.
President ............................. Turner Branch
V ice President ........................... Dick Howell
h Secretary .................................. Nancy W all
1 Treasurer H......e....t.................MartinLenzini
The Student Council is the executive branch of the Associated Students,
government. It consists of 12 elected members, including Student Body V ice
President Dick Howell, and is headed by Student Body President Turner
The Council acts as a coordinator among the student body, the administra-
tion, and other members of the University community. It is responsible for
budgeting income from student activity fees, distributing allotments for proj-
ects and activities, and designating dates for and controlling elections and
campus activities such as student body dances, H0111ecoming, 21nd Fiesta.
Row 1, left to right: once Mlms, Delph Anderson, Iudy Dodd, Abbie Nash, Iudith Runge, Pat Layton, Pam Schrom, Donna Drake, Carol Chadil.
Row 2, 1. to r.: Mary Bess Spurlock, Sherrill Perkins, Isidro Rubi, Haig Bodour, Bee Burmeister, John Wayne, Joel Stout, I. T. Miehaelson, Mike Row-
land, Iames Torres, Ishmael Valenzuela, Dick Howell. Row 3: B. I. XVillimns, , Annette Brixner, Gloria Griffin, Patty Pick, Emily
Mirisc, Peter Masley, Elliot Higgins, Jamie Rubenstcin, Ilomer Milford, Dave Dawson, Iim Ruland. Row 4: Edward Presson, Eileen Drab, Arlcen
Olson, Carolyn Raglin, Ianct Sutton, Karen Dorris, Eileen IIutChison, Conrad Jackson, George Shoup, Bob St. Clair. Row ;: John Parkiu, Carson
Crcecy, Allen Cooper, Gwen Spccr, Donna tVilliams, , Ioe hVilson, Cruz Aldcrctte. Row 6: , Jim Coggins, Bill May, Mike
Kyne, Neil Frulnpkin, John Ramming, Mike Rohln, Mark Acuft, Jim Irwin, Ed 'I'ucker, Fritz Thompson, Mike Cole, Dave Rogoff.
The Student Senate is the legislative branch of the student government.
hlembcrship is composed of the Class ofhcers and elected representatives from
all campus organizations. The student body viCC-president, Dick Howell, heads
The Senate has four important standing committees. They are the steering,
credentials and rules, student budget, and leadership training committees.
Besides making new legislation, the Senate must approve major appoint-
ments made by the student body president. It must review and approve the
hseal budget, as set up by the Student Council with the advice of the student
budget committee, before it is voted 011 by the student body in the Spring
L. to R.: Alice Blue, Fred Dalzcll-Chief Clerk; Hunk Johnson, Iohn IIays-Chicf Justice; Irving Hart, Bill Krieger.
The Student Court is the judicial body of the Associated Students. Cases may be brought before the Court by
any branch of the Student Government or by any agency of the University.
W5 judicial Board
L. to R.: Ianct Showley, Miss XViHenc Paxton-Assistant Dean of XV'omen, Nancy 'l'crwiniger, Patty Pick. Trish Crowley. Not pictured: Kate Jacobson.
AXVS Judicial Board is an educational body to interpret and clarify the rules and standards set by AXVS. It is
a board of appeal and referral in all matters involving infractions 0f AXVS Standards.
Associateol Women Stuolents
Ruth Ballenger, president
President .............. Ruth Ballenger
Vice President ........ Diana Darnall
Secretary .............. Barbara Clinger
Treasurer ......... Aileen Olson
Sponsor .......... h liss XVillenC Paxton
The Association of W omen Students, of which each woman student
is a member, was founded at UNM in 1930. It is affiliated with the Inter-
collegiate Association of XV 0111011 Students, and therefore receives the
bcuehts of representation 011 a national level as well as the exchange of
ideas with college women from all parts of the United States.
The AW S council. which is the AXV S governing body, is composed of
representatives from each wonieifs organization, social group, and living
unit. It makes rules and sets standards for women students, and promotes
social interest and school Spirit among all students.
Activities sponsored by AXV S included the Squawk Pow-XVow, the
King of Hearts dance, a Senior Day for the beneht of high school senior
girls, a Cosmopolitan Party for foreign students, and a yeareend picnic
for the AXV S council. This year the UNM Chapter hosted the 1960
Regional Intercollegiate Associated XVomen Students convention. Mar-
cia McElderry and Ruth Ballenger were co-Chairmen for the event.
The AXV S Judicial board publishes Saludos, Amigas, a handbook for
new women students each year.
Top Row, L. to R.: Donna Moutray, Mary R. Salazar, Martha L. Isiosdia, Vicki Lugenbecl, Penny Naughton, Ianet Haney, Nina Winter, Alice
Hoxt Ian E. Knight Mat Wham, Patti Alexander Fritzi Horne Elissa Ledbetter, Mary Ann Adams. Row 2 L. to R; Gale XVilliams, Pat Lexiis,
Carmen M. Hands, Judy Spaniol, Joy Lou XVilli-ams Pam Schrom, XVendy Muchmore Peggy Pick, Carol Rice GailRussel,I11dy Miller Marianne
Grenko, Anabel Stafford Merl Meadors ROW 3 L. to R.: Linda Burleson Prudence Cramp, Laurie Haas, Barbie Olinger, Arlcen Olson Ruth
Ballenger Diana Darnall XVillene Paxton Nanci Moiers lane Stilley, Diane liries. Front Row L. to R; Sandy Sanders Gwen Speer Katy Babcock
Ianct Showley, Virginia lVilson, Eve Lally, Betty Ayers, Pat Reeves, LaRuc Eaton, Mary A1111 Rila, Patty Burke, Trish Crowley.
9 . 0
Womens ieecreaflon Comma!
Every woman student on campus is a member of the
XVRA. The W omc1fs Recreation Council, Which is
made up of delegates from each women's organization
and is the governing body of the Association, was
founded at UNM in 1946. The purpose of XVRA is to
sponsor a wclLrounded program of sports, dance and
recreational activities, and intramurals for all women
Its program includes Sports Days Within the state
and in Arizona and Colorado, and tournaments are
Sally Bridges, prcsidcnt
held during the year in the following activities: held
OIIICLRS hockey, basketball, tennis, golf, skiing, and softball.
President .............. Sally Bridges
Vice Presidcnt V . . . V .Janicc Knight Vollevball, badminton, and table tennis arc oHered as
Secretary . . . ...... . V V , Carol Rico '
'l'rcasurcr . . V . V . i , . Madge Lanphear coeducational activities.
Sportsday Chairman Rose Harpcr
Sponsor . . V . , , . Prof. Franccs McGill
L4 to R. Row 1: Judy Stone, Sharon Smith, Lucia hVilcox, Charlotte Jones, Judy Pratt. Row 2: Diane Blair, Carol Rice, Ian Knight, Sally Bridges,
Rosa Hayes, Madge Lanphear, Miss MCCill. Row 3: Nina Ramsey, IOAimc Bankston, Nancy Rini, Elaine Owens, Vickie Goodwin, Linda Dunson,
Dorothy Eilers, Carol Chadil, Indy Thomas, Nina Bebber, Eunice James. Row 4: Cale Crittendcn, Jean Lawton, Carolyn Volpato, Jerri Reynolds.
c74tA letic ddvisory gear
L. to R.: Bill Rctz, Tom Popejoy, Fred Bentley, Neil Frumkin, Gig Brummell.
The Student Athletic Advisory Committee aids the president of the university in formulating athletic policy
and coordinating intercollegiate athletics for men.
ampus ymprovement Committee
Seated, L. to R.: Almira VVhitesidc, Dr. H. I. Dittmer-Chmlm, Miss Imogean McMurray, Mrs. Ruth Harris, Dr. Ruben Cobos, Mr. John Pcrovich.
Standing, L. to R.: DL Vernon Lewis, Capt. A. F. Ryder, Mr. William Bakcr, Mr. John Jacobson, Ray Cannon.
The Campus 1111provemcut Committee is a joint student and faculty committee that has as its purpose im-
provement 0f the landscaping 0n the University Campus.
Standing: Dr. Florence Ellis, Kay Kysar, Dr. Marvin H. Malone, Karen Mork, Prof. Alexander Maslcy, Mr. John Corker. Miss lane Snow, Steve
Dinklc, Sammie Nunnally. Seated: Annette Benninghm'cn, Mike Rohla, Dr. Sherman Smith, Simmie Gibson. 1 bt pictured are Angcla X'Icyendorff,
Mr. James Thornton.
K The Cultural Committee sponsors the Program Series of the Associated Students.
E Wational Stualent 4x4550ciation Committee
Seated: Kathryn McCormick, Gayle Hudgens, Carolyn Raglin, International Affairs Chairman. Standing: Gloria Deiterman, Regional Sec.; Karen
Crownover, Educational Affairs Chairman; Fred Walden, Regional President; Homer h'hlford, Campus Coordinator; Carol Carter, 'lr'ravel Director;
Ann Blue, committee member. Not Pictured: Toby Michael, Student Affairs Chairman.
The purpose of NSA is to aid the University in the areas of International Affairs, Educational AEairs, Student
Affairs and Student Government.
gMW exico nion carol
Standing: Turner Branch, Doug Glover, XII. XVilliam Bierbaum, Director, New Mexico Union. S 11th: Frank Andrews, Dean H. V. h'Iathany, Prof.
J, L. Riehsomer, Dr. Sherman Smith, Gail Carlson, Ruth Ballenger.
The New Mexico Union Board helps guide the general operation of the Union.
"WWW m e s
Bill Retz, Dr. E. XV. Bundy, Steve Moore, Dr. Donald Thorn, Mark Thompson hkneelingh .
The purpose of the Radio Board is to supervise and act as the coordinating link between the Radio Station,
KNMD. and the Student Council.
WW M :bb'ectorate
L. to R.: Muiricl Hitc, Sue Scligman. Judy CL1111111, Iolm Bcauchamp, Mr. 101111 Corker, Barbe Rodgers, Margarct Stevens.
The New Mexico Union Program Directorate plans and presents the program of activities for the Union.
Student gffairs Committee
L. to R.: Al Nalunad, Prof. Henry Ellis, Miss Faith Jensen, Dr. Sherman Smith, Frank McGuire, Charlie Bob Smith, 'l'ara Cain, Prof. Sabine Ulibarri.
The Student Affairs Committee serves as an advisory council to the Director of Student Affairs on matters
relating to the welfare of students.
tu ent tpuAlications carol
. t t x
L. to R.: Mike Kyne, Diane Thompson, Nancy Ruggles, secretary; Dr. Frank Reeve, Dr. W. H. Huber, Chairman; Dr. Morris Freedman, Anna Iane
Sitton, Mr. Dick French, Pete Masley, student chairman; Sandy Wise.
The Publications Board controls the policies of the student publications-Lobo, Mirage, and Thunderbird.
Student Stan olarols carol
iQV , 1- mm
L. to R.: Prof. Willis Jacobs, Iackie King, Miss Virginia Dean, Michel Nahmad, Prof. Norton Crowell, Mary XVishard, 1011 Michael, Ierry
t The Student Standards Committee is a judicial committee for the purpose of hearing and deciding cases in-
t volving individual infraction of regulations of the student community. Cases decided by the Standards Com-
t mittee cannot be appealed to the Student Court.
enior Class Gfllkcers
PA'I"I"Y PICK JIM COCCINS
AHLSKOG, John J.
Chi Epsilon-V. Pres.
Hokona Wing Secretary
ANDERSON, Ella Sue
Alpha Chi Omega
Kappa Alpha, Schl. Chmn.
Ski Club, Pres,
Phi Delta Theta
BACA, Joseph BAKER, Maurice J.
yIRC Sigma Phi Epsilon, V. P.
Newman Club ASME
wSEA Dearfs List
BARRETT, Arthur D. BARTON, Bobby Ray
BAKER, William L.
Kappa Mu Epsilon
BAXTER, Billy B.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Sophomore Class V. P.
Spurs Pres., Nat. V. P.
BAZAN, David H.
Kappa Alpha Theta
KAT Rush Chmn.
Home Economics Club
Kappa Omicron Phi Pres.
BEBOUT, Dora Foster
State Student Nurses
UNM Student Nurses
Home Economics Club
Arnold Air Society
Air Force Association
Delta Delta Delta
Tri-Delt Rec. Sec.
Mirage, Greek Editor
Pi Lambda Theta
Theta Sigma Phi
AIEE-IRE V. Pres.
Blue Key, Sec.
BERUBE, R. E. Jr.
Delta Sigma Phi
Sunline, Sports Ed.
Track 57. 58, 59, GO
BILLEAUDEAUX, L. C.
Delta Sigma Phi, Pres.
Arnold Air Society
BLACK, Stanley D.
Alpha Kappa Psi, Sec.
Commerce Council, Treas.
Wesley Weds, Pres.
BLACK, William R. BLUE. Alice BOHLANDER, Kenneth BOHM, James BOWLAND, Talya BRANCH. Turner
Sigma Alpha Epsilon KKG, Pres. Delta Sigma Pi, Sec. Sigma Chi Baptist Student Union Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres.
AIChE Leadership Train. Cnf. Delta Sigma Pi, Pres. PE Majors 8L Minors Chauka
ASCE Mirage Organiz. Ed. USCF WRA, State and Local Fiesta Chmn.
Leadership Train. Cunfl Spurs Pi Sigma Alpha
Student Senate Student Council Student Body Pres.
Wesley Club Student Court Who's Who
BRANCH, Vicki Brooks BRASHEARS, Harold E. BRETAG, Gerald G. BRIDGES, Sally BROWN, Barbara BUNDRANT, John P.
Pi Beta Phi Captain USAF PE Majors 8L Minors Kappa Kappa Gamma AIEE-IRE
Campanas UNM Band KKG Cor. Sec.
Mortar Board Waterlous, Prop. Chmn. Mirage Staff
Pi Lambda Theta WRA, Pres. RallyCom
Spurs W. Swim. Team, Pres. Wesley Foundation
Var. Head Cheerleader
BURGESS, James H. BURK, Michael BURT, Barbara CAIN, Tara CANDELARIA, J. I. Jr. CAPELS, William
ASME, Treas. Club do las Americas Chi Omega Kappa Kappa Gamma AIA Alpha Kappa Psi
Phi Sigma Iota Canterbury Club Campus Improv. Com. University Debate Squad
UNM del. SCONA Conv. SEA Canterbury Club
Student AEairs Com.
UNM Student Nurses
CARLSON, Jack CARMICHAEL, Doug CARPENTER, Ken CASPER, William CATA, Juanita CATON, Charles
Sigma Chl PKA House Mgr. Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha Phrateres Blue Key
Alpha Phi Omega AIChE Fiesta Committee Kiva. Club Chakaa
Fanfare Chorus Blue Key Newman Club Phi Sigma
IFC Judiciary Council Chaaka Student Council
SEA, pres. Uocah Sigma Tau SecJ Vigilantes, Treas.
SEA State Parl. Vigilantes
CORDERO, Mary FL
UNM Student Nurses
CHEN, Tyen Ching
Sigma Tau Sigma Chi. Soc. Chmn.
Alpha Kappa Psi, V. P.
Phi Delta Theta
Blue Key, Pres.
Kappa Mu Epsilon
CHRISTENSEN, Jay L.
COUGHLAN, Thomzh D.
CHURCH. Stella T.
State Student Nurses
UNM Stud. Nurses, Treas.
Sigma Alpha Iota. Pres.
CLEMONS, Russell E.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon
COX, James B.
Leadership Train Conf.
Kappa Alpha, Sec.
Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres.
AFROTC, Dep. Com.
Arnold Air Society
Blue Key, Chakaa
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
AChiO Soc. Chmn.
CURRY, Isabel! CUTLER. Retta
Kappa Kappa Gamma
AWS AWS Council Pi Lambda Theta
RullyCom Newman Club SEA
Ski Club Student Senate
DE SUTTER. Charles E.
DORAK. Robert DOTY, Bill G.
Indus. Arts Assoc. AFROTC
Iota Lambda Sigma A Capella Chorus
Student Senate Concert Chorus
Univ. of Berlin, Germ.
DARNALL, Diana B.
Chi Omega, Pres.
AWS, V Pres.
Phi Alpha Theta
Stu. Senate Chief Clk.
DELLES, Carl Michael
Lambda Chi Alpha, Sec.
DALTON, John F.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Air Force Assoc.
Arnold Air Society
UNM Wind Ensemble
Pi Kappa Alpha, Sec. Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres. Canterbury Association BSU. Publicity ChmnA Town Club, 2d V. Pres. Kappa Kappa Gamma
Campus Chest NM Union Board Chmn. Spurs Hokona Cultural Com. Campanas
Newman Club Phi Alpha Theta, Sec. Mortar Board
Student Affairs Phi Kappa Phi Student Senate
S. Senate Steering Com. Phi Sigma Tau Who's Who
Student Senate Theta Sigma Phi
DUFFY, J. Terence DUFFY, John P. DUNCAN, Georgia DUNCAN, Joyce DURAN, Marlys EARNEST, Frankye
AIEEJRE IRE-AIRE Iota Lambda Sigma Alpha Phi Omega AChiO Rush Chmn. Chi Omega, Soc. Chmn.
Alb. Technical Writers L000 Staff 1AA, V. Pres. BSU, Pres., 58, '59 Jr. Panhellenic Fanfare Chorus
Kappa Mu Epsilon Inter-Religious Council Phi Gamma Nu Jr. Panhellenic
Student Senate Spurs Pi Lambda Theta
ECKERMAN, Richard J. EDGEMON, Charles F. EDWARDS, Ted Lloy EDWARDS, Tommy ELDER, Jane ELKINS, Carole
ELSBROCK. Mary Ellen EPLEY, Dan FENELL, Klas K. FERRAN, Amy FERRIN, Kay N.
1 FINDLEY, Carolyn
Delta Delta Delta Apologian Club, Pres. Sigma Chi Alum UNM Student Nurses Deseret Club Pi Beta Phi
Tri Delt Sponsor's Chmn. Blue Key Captain USAF Mirage Staff Fanfare Chorus Campanas
Cardinal Ball, Attendant IRC. V. Pres. UNM Band Mortar Board
Newman Club, Treas. UNM Band UNM Wind Ensemble Spurs
RallyCom UNM Wind Ensemble Phi Alpha Theta
SEA Phi Sigma
FISKE, Bernice FLOCK, Robert E. FONSECA, Max FORDHAM, Virgil C. FOSSLER, Sandra FRENCH, Jeanette
SEA ASCE IRE Sigma Tau Town Club, See. Fanfare Chorus
Pi Lambda Theta Sigma Tau Pi Lambda Theta Lobo, Bus. Mgr.
SEA Pi Lambda Theta
Spurs SEA, Pres. Hocah
VVRA SEA State V. P.
FRICK, Norma E.
Delta Delta Delta, Pres.
Campus Chest Chmn.
Homecoming Pgm. Chmn.
SUB Art Chairman
FRUMKIN, Neil D.
Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres.
AP Party Chmn.
Mirage Bus. Mgr.
Athletic Ad. Board Chmn.
GEISLER, Robert W.
Industrial Arts Assoc. '
GIBSON, Patricia Sue
Town Club, Pres.
Phi Alpha Theta
Pi Lambda Theta
Pi Beta Phi, V. P.
SAE Sisters of Minerva
Student Art Guild, Treas.
Sigma Chi, V. P
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Phi Kappa Phi Award
GRAHAM, William B.
Alpha Phi Omega, Sec.
Dorm Scholar. Chmn.
NROTC Drill Team
FRY, William C.
GERDING, Harriet L.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Phi Gamma Nu
Pi Kappa Alpha
Leadership Train. Conf.
Chmn. Pgm. Dir.
Stu. Senate, Pres. Protem
NROTC Wardmom Soc.
GARCIA, Joseph B.
Alpha Chi Omega, Treas.
AChiO House Mgr.
GERETY, Patricia Ann GERMER, Henry A.
Town Club Sigma Phi Epsilon
Pi Lambda Theta IFC
GLOVER, Johnny E. GOEHRING, Robert L.
ASME Sigma Alpha Epsilun
Blue Key Delta Sigma Pi
Pi Tau Sigma IFC
GRAY, Huletta GRAY, Terry Jane
UNM Chorus Kappa Kappa Gamma
Fan fare Chorus KKG, Treas.
UNM Orchestra AWS
Phi Gamma Nu
GRAY, Thomas H. GRIEGO, William L. GRIFFIN, Gloria E. GURULE, Genie HAGAMAN, Carolyn HALL, Joseph E.
IRE Alpha Delta Pi, Pres. Kappa Omicron Phi
Senior Class V. P.
HALL, Kathleen HANDS, Carmen M. HARRIGAN, James HARRIS, Joanne HART, IrvinLy H. HAYS, John B.
Kappa Kappa Gamma UNM Student Nurses Presbyterian Fellowship Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Delta Theta, Pres.
Cultural Committee State Stu. Nurses Assoc. SEA Blue Key Chaaka
SEA Newman Club Chuaka, V. P. Khatali, Treas.
UNM Marching Band Student Court NROTC Wardmom Soc.
Vigilantes Stu, Court. Chief Justice
HAYS, L. Crandall HEATH, Alison HERNANDEZ, Maximo HERRMANN, Joyce HETHCOAT, Jerry HILL. H. Hershel
Phi Delta Theta, Pres. Chi Omega Newman Club, Sec. ASChE Kappa Alpha. Pros.
ASME Newman Club, Soc. Chmn. Chi Epsilon, Historian Alpha Phi Omega
Blue Key Sigma Tau Baptist Student Union
Chaaka, Pres. IFC
Pi Tau Sigma
HILLMAN, Jacquelyn HOLBROOK, Millard HOOTON, Jacque HORSCH, Arthur R. HOSKINS, Jimmie HOWELL, Dick
Phi Delta Theta Baptist Student Union AAUW Delta Sigma Phi. Sec.
U Flying Club, Pres. SEA AWS Letterman's Club. V. P.
Baptist Student Union N M Union Board
Future Teachers of Amer. Student Body V. P.
Student Senate, Pres.
HOYT, Alice HOYT, Janet HUGHES, Trudy HUGHES, William HUMPHRIES, Norman HURSH, Sally
AWS Delta Delta Delta Chi Omega. Alpha Phi Omega, Treas.
Cosmopolitan Club UNM Band Campanas UNM Band
Dorm Wing President UNM Orchestra Commerce Council, Sec. BSU Publicity Chmn.
Tau Beta Sigma Mortar Board, Treas.
Phi Gamma Nu, Treas.
IRVIN, James C. ISAACSON, Lief JACKSON. Arlene JACKSON, Robert JACOBSON, Kate JARAMILLO. Gabriel
Sigma Chi. Pres. SCF ASME Kappa Kappa Gamma Industrial Arts Assoc.
Homecoming Cbm. UNM Stu. Nurses V. P. NROTC AWS Judicial Board
Pre-Med Club. Pres. State Student Nurses Pi Tau Sigma Campanas
Outstd. 3rd Cl. Mids'n, '59 Mirage, Organiz. Ed.
JENKINS, Janet Lee JETT, James P. KEEGAN, Marcia KELLY, William A. KENNANN, Junnie Jo KENNEDY, John L.
Pi Beta Phi, Pres. Kappa Mu Epsilon Lobo Staff AWS SAE, V.P.
Campanas Newman Club Ski Club BSU. Sect. Lextermen's Club, Sec.
Mortar Board Student Senate Pre-Med Club
Panhellenic Council Tennis Team, All Amer.
Student Art Guild, Pres. Tennis Team
Spurs, V. P. Vigilantes
KIELCHESKI, Shirley KINOSHITA, Tomonobu KLEIN, Richard KNAUER, James D. KOENIG, William E. KRIEGER, Bill
TransfeH Cosmopolitan Club Beta Alpha ASCE Alpha Phi Omega, Sec.
Hillel Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pres.
Phi Sigma Iota Chaaka
LANG, William LEE, Li LEVICK, Nancy LINFORD. Tunis LIGOURI, Ralph A. LOPEZ, Arthur M.
Rodey Theatre Pharmaceutical Assoc. Hillel Desert Club Pi Kappa Alpha AIChE
Kappa Psi UNM Chorus Chess Club Honorary Math Soc.
WRA Representative Newman Club Honorary Freshman Soc.
Kappa Mu Epsilon Newman Club
LUCERO, J, C. LUNDY, Floyd E. LUTIN, Sallie MCBRIDE, Betty MCCORD, Blanche MCCURDY. Eugene
AIEE-IRE ASME Alpha Chi Omega Campanas Pi Beta Phi, V. P. Phi Delta Theta
Pi Tau Sigma, V. P. AUhiO, Corres. Sec. Phi Gamma Nu, Sec. Pi Phi, Schl. Chmn. Pres. Fellowship, Treas.
Sigma. Tau Jr. Panhel. Assoc. Adv, Pi Lambda Theta Campanas, Historian
Student Senate Newman Club Spurs
Panhellenic, V. P. Waterlous
MCCURDY, Ron MCDONALD, Jim MCELDERRY. Marcia MCGINNIS, Larry MCGRANE, Robert MCKESSON. James L.
Phi Delta Theta Alpha Chi Omega, Pres. Lobo Staff Sigma Chi
Air Force Assoc. Co-Chr. Reg. AWS Con. NROTC Sunline
Arnold Air Society Campanas, Pres. Sigma Delta Chi
Chakaa Mortar Board NROTC Wardroom Socl
Vigilantes Spurs, Hist. Wardroom Bd. of Dimes.
MADRID II, Arthur MAESTAS, Adelita MAESTAS, Eleanor MAJESKI, Robert J. MANDELL, William C. MANZAGOL, Jerry
Phi Sigma State Student Nurses AWS Alpha Phi Omega, Pres. Phi Delta Theta
Presby. Fe1., Pres. UNM Stu. Nurses, Treas. Newman Club Canterbury Club
Phrateres Pi Lambda Theta Leadership Train. Conf.
Stu. Educ. Assoc. Student Senate
L MARTINEZ, Vivian T.
Delta Sigma Pi
Newman Club, Treas.
Nat. N'Wm'n Conf. treas.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Lobo Night Editor
Sigma Delta Chi. Treas.
Stu. Publications Board
MATTHEWS, Stephen A.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Kappa Alpha, Treas.
Blue Key, V. Presl
MAYO. Guy A.
MAYO, Richard F.
AIEE-IRE AWS, Rep.
Sigma Tau Hokona Hall, Pres.
I Standards Committee
Phi Delta Theta, V. P.
Homecoming Chmn. 1959
Mirage Bus. Mgr.
NSA Regional V. Pres.
MONTAGUE, Gary Ted
Club de las Americas
Phi Delta Theta
Fiesta Committee Chmn.
Jr. Class Presl
NEAL, David H. NELSON, Wendy B.
BSU Club de las Americas
Sigma Tau, Pres.
Kappa Alpha Theta, Sec.
Jefferson Club, V. Pres.
N. M. Union Directorate
Alpha Delta Pi
MUFF, Ethel 1.
State Student Nurses
UNM Student Nurses
NORTON, Judith E.
NICKLE, Patricia J.
KAT, Social Chmn.
Kappa Alpha Theta, V. P.
Mortar Bdl, Pub. Chmn.
Phi Alpha Theta
Theta Sigma Phi, Pres.
Pi Beta Phi, Rec. Sec.
SAE Sweetheart Attend;
SAE Sister of Minerva
Mademoiselle College Bd.
Student Art Guild, V. P.
Pi Kappa Alpha
O'ROURKE, Ferrill T.
0 ROURKE. Patricia ORTIZ, Gilbert ORTIZ, Margaret E. PARKER, Frances E. PENN, John W. PHILLIPS, Georgia
Newman Club Sigma Phi Epsilon SEA Pi Lambda Theta Chi Omega, Sec.
SEA Air Force Assoc. UNM Chorus
Arnold Air Society Christ. Science, Pres.
Newman Club Club de las Americas
IRC, V. P.
Chi Omega, Sec. ASCE Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres. AIEE-IRE, Sec. Sigma Chi, Pres.
A. P. Delegate Lettermcn's Club Varsity Cheerleader Blue Key Fiesta King HS5EH
AWS Judicial Board Varsity Baseball Intramural Council Sigma Tau Khatuli
Campanas, V. Pres. Lettermefs Club Lettcrmenk Club. Sec.
H'coming Queen Attend. Swimming
PICK. Patty POLANCO, Everett PORTER, Raymond PRESSON, Edward PROHASKA. Jerry PULLEN, J .F.
QUELLE. Karen K. QUIST. Buster RAKER, Lyle D. RAMSEY, Vaughn RANDALL, John Alden RATCLIFF, Max
1 AChiO, Schol. Chmn. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alpha Phi Omega AWS Judicial Board 1AA Delta Sigma Phi
; Honors Program Football 8; Track Alpha Phi Alpha, Pres. Campanas Wesley Foundation Letterman's Club
1 Lenna Todd Story Winner Honors Chakaa IRC. Social Chmn.
1 Mortar Board, Sec. Lettermen's Club Kappa Psi, Sec. Mortar Board
Paul Hurgan Story, lst. Phi Epsilon Phi Student Senate Sigma Alpha Iota, Pres.
Phi Sigma Iota Vigilantes Vigilantes UNM Fanfare Chorus
REINECKE, Russell H. RENFRO, Bill REVIA, Dolores ROARK, Anna Lee ROBINSON, Arlen ROEDER, David W.
Sigma Alpha Ep., Chap. UNM Student Nurses Geology Club Kappa Mu Epsilon
Chakaa USCF, V. Pres.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon
Wesley Foundation, Pres.
ROSE, William George SALAZAR, Jose Ramon SALAZAR, Mary Reyes SANCHEZ, Ambrosio
ROMERO, Marie P.
Newman Club Sigma Chx Canterbury Club Newman Club
Blue Key Cyclops Home Economics Club
Phi Sigma Intramurals Kappa Omicron Phi
Pre-Med Club IRC Newman Club
Vigilantes Ski Club, V. Pres. Phratcres
SANDOVAL, Alfonso 1i. SAYNER. Jana SCHAMAUN, Roger SCHLECHT, Richard SCHUYLER, Philip T
AIEE-IRE Kappa Alpha Theta ASME Kappa Mu Epsilon
Anthropology Club EJC
Spurs Pi Tau Sigma, Treas.
Sub Directorate Sigma T2111
SAE Sister of Minerva
SAE Sweetheart Attend.
SUB Direct. Art Chme
Varsity Queen Attend.
SHANE, Kay SIMONS, James H.
Alpha Chi Omega AIChE
Student Art Guild Newman Club
SANCHEZ, Ernest E.
Young Democrats Club
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Esquire Club. Pres.
Blue Key, Chakaa
Sigma Tau, Hist.
Univ. FlyinLr Club, Sec.
SITTON, Anna Jane
Kappa Kappa Gamma
KKG, Activities Chmn.
AF Queen Attend.
Stu. Publications Board
Sigma Alpha Ep., Treas.
Chakaa, Vice Pres.
Commerce Council, V. P.
Delta Sigma Pi, Hist.
SMITH, Gaylord E.
Phi Sigma Iota
SMITH, Jesse G. SMITH, Roy E., Jr.
Pharmaceutical Assoc. USAF
Kappa Omicron Phi, V. P.
STANDISH. Miles E. STEWART, Fred L. STRINGER, Alan SUTTON, Janet TATE, JoAnn TAYLOR, Mary Lou
ASCE AIEE-IRE Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Delta Pi
M. V. Dorm Counselor AWS UNM Band
Fiesta Comm.. Sec. Mirage, Faculty Ed.
Homecoming Comm., Sec.
Junior Class Sec.
TEED, Janice TERWILLIGER, Nancy THOMPSON, Florence THOMPSON, Fred THORNTON. Carl A. TILLOTSON, John E.
Chi Omega. Pledge Tr. Kappa Alpha Theta, Pres. Leadership Tr. Conf. Kappa Sigma Alpha Kappa Psi. Pres.
Campanas, Spurs Campanas, Spurs Lobo Managing Editor Canterbury Club
Commerce Council Fiesta Comm., Co-Chmn, Rodey Theatre Leadership Conf.
Mortar Board, Pres. AWS Judicial Board Sigma Delta Chi UNM Band
Phi Gamma. Nu, Pres. Mortar Board, Hist. Student Senate United Stu. Party. Treas.
Student Council, Sec. Phi Sigma, Sec.
TITTMAN. Lynn TREMBLY, Bill 0. TRUJILLO, Amado VOM STEEG. Walter WALDIE, Patricia Anne WEAVER. Harry
Delta Delta Delta AIEE, Pres IRE, Pres. ASME Sigma Chi AIEE-IRE
RalIyCom Engineering Joint Coun. Pi Tau Sigma Football Team Mgr.
SUB Directorate Esquire Club Sigma Tau
WEAVER, Tom WEBB, Max WEHMHONER. M. C. WELD, Charles E. WERDIG, Robert M. WERTHEIM, Jerry
Phi Delta Theta Sigma Chi Transfer from NMMI ASCE AP Group Leader Sigma Chi
AIChE AIChE. President Sigma Alpha Epsilon ASTM Fiesta Chairman Blue Key
NROTC Engineering Joint Coun. AFROTC Rifle Team Blue Key Honors Program Campus Chest
Sigma Tau Adviser to Jr. IFC Chi Epsilon Student Council Homecoming Comm.
Track Lgadership Tr. Conf. Sigma Tau Student Senate SCONA delegate. 1058
Vigilantes, Chakaa IF C Wesley "We'ls" Young Democrats Student Se"ate
WESTBROOK, John F.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
NROTC Wardroom Soc.
Alpha Chi Omega, Sec.
AChiO social chmn.
Christ. Science, Pres.
IFC Jud. Coun., Chmn.
Alpha Chi Omega
Chi Omega, V. Pres.
Phi Sigma Iota
Chcez it tl1e copsll
Pi Beta Phl
YOAKUM, Helen R.
Pi Lambda Theta
WINOVICH, Robert WOOD, Walter
Kappa Alpha, V. Pres. Philosophy Club, Pres.
ASME SCF, Pres.
MV Std. Coun.. Chf. Jus.
MV Dorm Governor
ZIEGLER, Donald L. ZUNIGA, Orcilia
Campanas, Editor; Spurs
Hokona House Coun. Sec
Mortar Board, V. Pres.
State Student Nurses
UNM Stu. Nurses, Sec.
unior Class icers
ARLEEN OLSON DICK CUNDY CHARLES MA'I'TINCLY
Secretary-Trcasurcr President VicoPrcsidcnt
Abaskin, Irene Acosta, Eddie Adamson, Lynn Ahmad, Chaudhry K. Akbar, Muhammad AIKlerettc, Cruz C. Alford, Ann Lynn
Allingx, Jane Amorous, Angela Annett, David Ashby, H. Anthony Baca. Reuben Bachechi, Chuck Barreras, Raymond J.
, 1L , , .
l Beckley, James F. Bigelow, Natalie Black, William Blackmail, Paige Bodour, Haig Bohlander, Nancy Bolduc, Michael J.
Bonnell, James E. Bonner, Ralph Bowdish, John F. Boyce, Elizabeth Bradford, John S.
Brogan, Carl, Jr Brown, Jim Brummell, Bernard
Bradley, Anne M. Bratcher, Diana D. Brawley, Edwin L. Ilresenham, Nancy
Brusuelas, Richard Bryan. Gillette Bryce, Betty Jean Bureau. Linda Burke, Geraldine Burmeister, Bee Butterfield, George E.
Calvert, Gloria Carlson, Rodger Carmichael, C. J. Curstens, Allan Caton, Jimmy Cave, Kenneth L.
Charles, Gerald Cheers, Elizabeth Cleff, Harold L. Clement, Gene Clifford, Jim Coats, Gerald D. Cohen, Phillip
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Gone, Arthur Conley, Mary Ann Constan, Lilly Conzett, Mariette Corbin, Charles Cordova, Josephine Cramer, Carol
Crow, Nancy Crowley. Trish Cundy, Richard Czoiner, Richard Dnilcy. J13. Paul Dalzell, Fred Danfelser, Priscilla
Davis. William R. Dean, Garland de Baca. Joe C. Demeter, W. T. Dempsey. Pamela DeWitt, Charles B. Dossey, Darlyn
Dove, F. Harvey Doyle, Bruce Duffy, Denis C. Dunn, Marilyn Earp, John G. Eaton, La Rue Eaves, John M.
Elder, Laura Elson, Clifford Erdal, Bruce R. Eytcheson, Bryan Faire, Harold W., Jr. Farran, Walt Fortney, Jack
Frank, Edwin Franzen, Jeanette Frederich, Shirley French, Courtney Fryar, Garvin Fuente, Walter Fussell. Jane
Gallegos, Benny Garcia, F. Chris Geer, Otto Gemoets, Bub Gemoets, Ted George, Harold W. Gibson, Simmie
Giersbach, Susan Gilbert, Tony Gilfillnn, Nancy Gledhill, Eleanor Goldenberg, Henry 0 Gray, Samuel F. Jr. Groff, Richard
Gumm, Judy Haile, Manya Hallbaucr, Warren Halsell, Bill Halvorsen, John Hammock, Doug Hammond, Bobbie
Hanna, Thomas G. Hardison, Kenneth Harlacker, Judy Harper, Rosa Harrison, Scott Harrison, Susan Harryman. Ralph
Hartin, Paul Hauer, Gerard Hays, Roberta Hays, William Hennington, JoAnn Hester, Jack Hite, Muriel
Hoeke, Barbara Hofmann, Don Hollandsworth, Shirley Holman, Janet Homer, Byron R. Horton, Rebecca Hougen, Helen
Jontz, Jeannie Julian, Joan K0150. Gerald Kincheloe, T. R. King, Jackie King, Richard Kline, Vic
Hutchison, Eileen Hutton, Darrell Iacoletti, Diane James, W. Robert Jenkins, Patricia Johnson, Lee Jones, Gordon R.
Kysar, Kathryn Lanphcar, Margaret Ann Larsen. Shirley Ralph
Lenzini, Martin Lipp, Marilyn Lonning, Tonnetta Lotze, Eber Love, Julie MCAchran, Wayne McCall, Marcia
McCormick, Peggy McCracken, Kim McEvoy, Maury McGuire. Herschall McKinnon, Dan McKinnon. Lou
McNeaI, Presley B. McWherter, Eric B. Marsh, Kenneth R. Martin, Nelson F. Mastin, Richard Matteucci, Alex Mattingly, Charles H.
Meeker, Marcia Meister, David Mercer, Joseph H. Michael. Jon Milford, Homer E. Miller, Jay Miller, Jo Anna
Mills, Laddie Lynn Mobley, Donna Mok, James L. Mordus, L. A. Morris, William F. Mosman, John Mudd, Rosemary
Naeve, Michael Nelson, Margo Neuber, Joyce Nixon, C. C. Nordin, Helen Norris, Jack Nottrott, Judith A.
Olson, Arleen Page. Nancy Palmer, Diane Pearce, David Peckinpaugh, Tom W. Pick, Peggy Prieto, Alfonso G.
Radomilovich, Don Rammimz. J. W. Ramsey. John W. Randall. Ann Reid, Bill Reitzel, David K. Reynolds, Tony
Rice, Carol Richards. James Richardson, Lorna Robberson, Alice Lee Robinson. Nancy Carol Rode. Judith Rogof'f, David J.
Rosier, Suann Roybal, Marie H. Ruff, Joan Rungles, Nancy Edgerly Ruland, James H. Ruminer, William L. Rummage, Georgine
Salyer, Don Seaver Jr., Kenneth W. Sells. Linda Shaulis, Susan Shmaeff, Bob Shriver, George Sims, Bill
Sine, Mary Nell Skevington, Tom Smith, Jon Wilson Smith, Shelby Sparks, Thomas Overton Spengeman. Ralph R. Spivey, Judy Marie
Sprague, Stephen Stinson, Mary Kay Street, Jerry Stuart, James Cameron Stelling, Mylon Stephenson, Bob Thomas, James
Thomas, Judy Thompson, Jack Thompson, Mark Thwin, Maung Ohn Tillotson, Joe Bob Tinnin, Robert Tonkinson, Dave Torres, James
Tracey, Tony Trainer, James R. Trapani, Cesare Tucker, Edwin Tucker. Elizabeth Tucker, Ronald Van Dongen, Richard Van Ettcn, Sally
Vencil, Noel Vershuur, Lawrence Vidal, Jeannette Uegawachi, Doris Wall, Nancy W'ashburn, Del VVeichman, Carole VVeId. Jean
Weldon, Sandy W'enk, Robert VVenzcl. Oliver White, Karen VViant. Nancy VViebell, Lynne Williams, Ivor VViIliams, Judy
Williams, Linda Williams, Owen Wilson, Joseph Wilson, Nancy W'inters, Lanny Wintrich, James Wishard, Mary Woods, Jim
Woodward, M. E. A. Worley, Lanita Yoder, Bernie Young, H. B. Zanotti, Judy Zimmerman, Ione
SOPAOMOYQ Class Cfllkcers
IUDY DODD DAVE DAWSON GERRY RASOR
Secretary-'l'rcasurcr President V icc-President
Acuff, Mark Adams, Mary Ann Alexander, Patricia Alexandre, Jerome Ambos, Sally Ambrose, Bonnie Ambruster, Margaret Abbott, Judy
Amos, Charles Anderson, Karen Jo Anderbery, Ronald Anderson, Theodore B. Andres. Margie Aragon, Mary Edna Armijo. Henry M4 Arnold, Lois
Arnot, James Atkinson, Paul Ball, Jerrie Bankston, JoAnne Barton, Gerard Bates. Alberta Bauer, Webb S. Beasley, Jim 0.
Bender, Carl Betcnbough, Ronald Bell, Charles 0. Best, Bill Bishop, Susan Blake, David Bloys, Sandra Bohlke, Hollace
Bommelacre. Gary L. Bone, Robert C. Bonifield, Carolyn Bonnell, Margaret A. Booker, John Michael Booth, Lee Bowerman, I. D. Boyd, Betty J0
Bradley, Esau Bragg, Patsy Brewer, Paul Broell, Fred Brooks, Gretchen Brown, Richard B. Buchanan, Sarabeth Burke, Patty
Butterbaugh, James Byrd, Diane M. Burton, Betty Caine, Steve Camille, Roger G. Canady, Marilyn Canoyer. Madge Cantor, Susan
Carder, Ronald Carlson, Gail Caton, Jerry Chadil, Carol Chavez, Max Chreist, Fred Christianson, Judith Clark, Ann
Clubb, Lenore Cobb, Donald R. Coll, Janis Cordova, Eddie Cox, Selella Crittenden, Gale Crisp, Carleen Cummings, Cherill
Dahlen, Sydney Dale. Julia Daniels, Janna Davis, Harold B. Davis, James A. Davis, Kathryne L. Davis, Ralph L. Dempsey, Mike
Devendorf, Anne Dibble, Bob DiLallo, Romeo C. Dodd, Judy Dortignac, Jan Dove, Julie Dowell, Claude Drake, Betty
Dulz, Gerald Dunlap, Robert Dunn, Charlene Dunn, Thomas Eckert, John Edelmon, Jan Elder, John Elder, Ross
de'anls, Gene Ellis, John Eagleman, Jan Espafm, Ernie H. Espinosa, Eddie Ferreri. Jackie Findlay. Jean Fink, John
Formhals, Arlene Franks. Phil Fraser, Roy Frentzel, Elizabeth Frost, Bobbie Jean Gaby, Phyllis Gannon, Ray Garcia, Joe
Gary. Patty Gaskins, John C. Gates, Harvey M. Gates, Mary Lou Gilbert, Van Gilleran, Elaine Gilpin, Judith Glass, Barry
Gobex', Richard Goldsworthy, Pat Gomez, Leo S. Gonzales, Joseph Good. Jay F. Graham, Kay . Grasse, Bill Greenwood, Charles
Grenko, Marianne Gribble, Karen Groesbeck, John H. Grubbs. Judie Gurin, Dennis Guggino, Laurence P. Gurule, Fred 0. Gutierrez, Fred
Haney, Janet Hanna, Barbara Hannah, William N. Hardin, Susan Hardison, Bruce L. Hayes, Barbara Heaton, John A. Henry, Maureen
Herndon, John M. Herren, William W. Herrera, Eleanor Herrick, Caitilin Herter, Margaret Hill, Howard Wayne Hines, Marys Hinson, Carmen
Hirsch, Susan Holder. Denny Holecheck, Leon Hooper, Jerry E. Horne, Fritzi Howard, Jill Howe, Marshall M. Hutchins, Richard H.
Ireland, Kathleen Ishmael, Judy Ivey Jr.. Floyd Jackson, Conrad Jaggers, Mary Jane Jameson, Gloria Jennette, Evelyn Johnson, Karen Sue
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Johnson, Sue Johnston, Keith H. Johnston, Kenneth Jones, Hazel Patricia Johnxon, Don Kaiser, Fred Katrick, John Kearney. Carol
Keeling, James H. Kelly, Margaret Ann Kelly, Peg Kennedy, Rick Kenyon, Richard B. Kerry, Bill Kersting, Ada Kint, Burton
Klassen, Betty Konopka, Anthony F. Krause, Richard Kruger, John Kuhitz, Anne Ladd, Kenneth La Faver. Sally Lally, Eve
Lane, Sydney Layton, Patricia Leamon, Richard Ledbetter, Elissa Lewis, Bert Lewis, Pat L. Lewis, Peggy Lincoln, William
Lindberg. Howard Liptak, Robert Livingston, Beth Losey, Elaine Look. Kon Yat Lyday. Jim McCaffrey, Charlotte McCormick, Kathryn
McCutcheon, Loye McDaniel, Madeline McDonnell, John McDowell, Jan McGuire, Phyllis McKenzie, Leonard Mackay, Donald MacNab, Anne
Maestas, Olivia Maky, JoAnn Mandell, John Mangum, Doy Martin, Patsy Martinez, Dennis Matteucci, Margaret May, Mary Carole
Mayherry, Jeanne Mayland, Nancy Meadors, Merl Messimer, James Michelson, J. T Micsko. John Miller, Arthur Miller, James
Miller, Judy Miller, Nelda Miller, Sheila Mims, Nelda Sue Miranda, Audie Mirise, Emily Mocharnuk, Laura Montoya, Priscilla
Mora, Juan Pablo Mork, Karen Mountjoy, John Moutray, Dona Gayle Meyers, Nancy Kaye Muchmore, Wendy Mullins, Martha Murray. Karen
Nahmad. A1 Nail. Nick W'. Nash, Eleanor Abigail Neeb, Karl Nelson, Judi Nunnally, Sammie O'Cheskey, Fred Olsen, G. Don
Olson, Dorothy Oppenheim, Lee Orndorff, Nancy Orona. Bettie Owens, Elaine Pace, Pat Pajunen, Victor Purdue, Les
Parker, Lyle Parkhurst, Phil Parkin, John Parsons, Carol Sue Parsons, William Patino, Dan Paulson, Joe Pearson, Neal
Peck, John C. Peck, Rita Peer, Sunny Lu Pendleton, Bill Perkins, Sherrill Peterson, Arthur Pettine, Marvin Phillips, Royal
Pieper, Lloyd B. Pierson, Gary Pies. Ronald E. Pollock, Betty Ann Pruner, Donald Raby, Barbara Ramsey, Ben Ransom. Jim
' Rasor, Gerry Rayburn, John Redd, Robert Reddinz. Audrey Reeves, Pat Retz, VVilIiam Reyes, Joe Reynolds, Jerri
Reynolds, Judy Rickman, Ardene Riley, Mike Rini, Nancy Lee Rivera, Feliciano Roberts, Anna Dell Robertson. Frank Rodgers, Barbara
Rose. Betty Roser, Lynnette Rowe, William Rowland, Mike Russell, Tom Russo, C. J. Rutledge, Ann Sacra, Sue
Sanchez, Albert Sanchez, Margaret Sanchez. Polly Sanchez, Stephen Sanderson, Jim Sandoval, Marcella J. Schirm, Kristi
Schulze, Diane Schlueter, Richard Schwingel, James Sears. John Servudei, Anne Shaw, Tony Silverman, Jackie
Sims, Bill Skidmore, Beth Sloan, Beth Sloane, James Smith, Charley Smith, Dan Smith, James Smith, Judi Kay
Smith, Karen B. Smith, Larry Smith, Sandra Snider, Nancy Jo Snyder, Sharon Speer, Darleen Speer. Gwen Sperry, John
Sperry, Roger Lee Spurlock, Mary 8655 Srote, Linda St. Claire, Robert Stallbaum, Mary Stapp, Janet Steen. Alison Steury, Bill
Stevens, Margaret Stewart, Richard Stith, Waldene Stockton, Arthur Stokes, Mary Beth Stout, Joel
Sturges, Barbara Suarez. Carmen Swayze. William, Jr. Tafoya. Jesse Taft, Russell Taulbee, Sandra Taylor, Max Teague, Mary
Terwilliger, Martha Thomas, Frank Thompson, Diane Thompson, James Tillery, Marvin Tomlin, Joe Torres, Dorothy Torres, Sylvia
Trujillo, Ralph Tsiosdia, Martha Valencia, Ephraim Vandetti, Sheron Vigil, Jake Waldie, Ronnie Waldrop, Linda Walker, Carlton
Walker, Sandra Warren, Lewis Watson, Mary Lou Watts. James Wayland, Suzanne Wayne, Johnny Weir, Robert Welch, Dee McCloud
Welch, Joseph Weldon. Mary Lee Wells. Dave Westfall, Alan Whelan, Jean White, Jerome Whitehead. Charles Whitlow, Peggy
Whitworth, James Wilde, Helen Williams, Billie Jean Williams, Charles Williams. Donna Wilson, Sylvia Winston, Karen Wintheiser, Arthur
Wood, Mona Wood, Richard Woodul, Jack Zuniga, Oralia
resAman Class Cffkcers
LON COTTINCHAM ANN BLUE JOHN ROSE
Vice President Secretary Treasurer President
1 Abraham, Sandra Adams, Lynda Alcott, Patricia Alexander, Helen Alme, Winfield Anderson, Margaret Anderson, Monica Andrews. William
Appel, John Apple, David Archuletta, Betty Arellanes, Hendra Arthurs, J'nita Arviso, Linda Ashley, George Atkinson, Charles
Atkinson, Jerrell Attebery, Ralph Atwood, James Ayers, Betty Babcock, Kathleen Buca, Eloy Baker, Gregory Bancroft, Barbara
Barnes, Celestia Barnes. Ned Barnes, Richard Barnett, Sali Barrett, Bill Barrett, Larry Bays, Gail Beaty, Alice
Bebber, Nina Becker. Robb Belka, Lynne Bell. Phyllis Benham. Robert Benson, Linda Berg, Sandra Bernstein, Lewis
Beverly, Edwin Bishop, Ted Bivins, Nancy Blair, Jean Blasi, Bob Blaylock, Joann Bloedel, Donald
Blue, Ann Blue, Barbara Bogert, Pati Bongio. Karleen Bohm, Edward Boose, Joanna Botts, Jim Botts, Robert
Boyd, Charles Bradley, Mary Ellen Brannon, Tom Brian, Linda Brixner, Annette Brock, Ted Brown, Kenneth Brown, Michael L.
Brown, Page Brown, Scott Brown, Tom R. Bruce, Bill Bryant, Jimmie Buergi, Stephen Bunuel, Rafael Burden, Jo-An
Burke, Kathryn Burleson, Linda Burmeister, Rita Bushey, Robert Bussey, Gordon Butterfield, Kathie Carey, Ralph Calkins, Joanne
Camp, Patty Campbell, David Cannon, Malcom Carlin, Dolores Carmignani, George Carpenter. Scott Charles, J0 Chavez. Bennie Lee
Chavez, Patsy Chavez, Viola Cheetham. Francis Chenoweth. Ruth Childers, Mary Childress. Kenneth Childs, Sarah Ching, Willard
Christie, William Chuvisavaphong, S. Clark, Donna Clark, Irmalee Claus, Connie Clements, Joe Cline, Judy Cochran, Martha
Cole, Helen Victoria Cole, Jim Colvard, Vic Connor, Kathleen Cook, Charles Cooley, Mary Lou Copeland, Mary Ann Copeland, Victor
Corazza, Kenneth Cordova, Cynthia Cotdova, Vera Corsmeier, Marilyn Cottingham, Lon Cattle, Carole Cramp, Prudence Crawford, Bob
Creecy, Carson Croft, Mike Crosse, Murray Crowley, Mike Cullen, Philip Cummins, Jim Cundiff, Reed Cunningham, Cheryl
Q. L l ' '
D'Agostino, James Dailey, Joseph Dale, Sharon Darnell, Charles Dartt, Gary Dasburg, Diana Davenport, Marvin Davis, Allen
Davis, Don Davis, Linda Dawson, R. K. Deakin, Robert deKok. Yvonne del Castillo, Modesto Dellert, Charles Denison, Stephen
Denny, John Denzler, David Devlin, Mary Ellen Dietmeier, Jon Di Lorenzo, Jim Dinkle, Stephen Doherty, Sheila Doman, Mary Gay
Domico, Annette Dorris, Karen Dorsey, Bob Dougherty, Dennis Drake, Donna Drew, Laurel Dumler, Martin Dunaway, Glenda
Durham, Barry Dustman, Dorothy Dutton, Robert Dykstra, Connie Eagan, Dennis Eaves, William Edmondson, James Edmondson, Tom
Edwards, Dennis Edwards. John Eilers, Dorothy Elsbrock, Ruth Emenhiser, Nolan Eyman, Charles Farley, VVilIiam Farrar, Tom
Farrington, Janet Fawver, Barbara Fernandez, Bobby Finch, Leland Florence, Alfred Ford, Carolyn Foster, Gerald Franzmeier, Lawrence
Frederick, Jerry Fries, Diane Froman, Eva May Fronabarger, Jerry Fry, Joe Fulton, Robert Gabaldon, Robert Galbreth, Jarrett
Gallegos, Herman Garcia, Ernest Garcia, Yvonne Garrett, Jane Ellen Garrett, Mary Ann Gussman, Robert Gatlin, Wanda Gaussoin, Jerry
Gcorgius, David Gerlach, Charles Gerrie, M. James Gianero, Georgene Gifford, Harold GiFford, Verna Gillespie, Frances Glass, Michael
Glazar, Jerry Glazner, Arm Goff, Russell Gomez, Frances Gonzales, Manuel Goodwin, Vickie Gordon. Anna Gothard, Nancy
Gourley, Nita Graham. Cynthia Grainger. James Gray, Cameron Greathouse, Cleanna Greer, Leslie Greer, Verna Griego, Alex
Grier, Michael Grimzs, Allison Grirgsby, Jean Groff, Darla Grohe, Katy Gutierrez, Timothy Haas. Laurie Haines, Julie
Hall, Leslie Hallbauer, Kenneth Hardison, Claude Hartz, Clyde Hasty, Ronald Hayes, Judy Hayes, Lynn Hays, Bill
Hayner, Kimerick Heard, Janice Hedges, Don Hen, James Hensley, Don Herren, Joy Hess, Jerome Hicks, Trueitt
Hiestand, Emilie Higgins, Louis Higgins. Tom Hill, Jacqueline Hill, Nancy Hillemeyer. David Hiller, Russel Hinchman, Patricia
Hirni, Robert Hodges, Donna Hoehndorf, Erika Holman, Charles Hombach, John Horstmann, Beverly Houston, Sylvia Howard, Kathi
Howe, Dorothy Hubbard, Dwight Hubby, K'Aun Huckabay. Bill Hudgens, Gayle Huffman Earl Hume, Bill Hunt, Karen
Hunter, Robert Huston, Sally Im, Sophann Imbt, Norma Isaacs, Flora Jeanjaquet, Samuel Jelso, Carol Jenkins, Judith
T . $,
Jenkins, Susan Jeter, Rose Marie Johns, John Johns, Wayne Johnson, Carl Johnson, Carol Johnson, Chris Johnson, David
Johnson, Douglas Johnson, Lorrayne Johnson, Richard Johnson, Tom Jones, Barbara Jones, Charlotte Jones, Duncan Jones, Marjorie
Kaderli, Kay Karstens, Kristina Kaufman, Polly Kazmier, Ernie Keith, Dona Kuleher, Tom Keller, Don Kelleran, Thomas
Kemp, Richard Ketcham, Joan Keylon, Vernon Kilgore, Glenna Kimbrell, Frances Kimber, Emilie Kindler, George King, Orrin
Kingsley. Larry Kint, Aileen Kirkpatrick, James Kite, Weldon Klinikowski, Gayle Knight, Janice Koogler, Margaret Kuntz, Dina
Kuperus, Marilyn Krummes, William Lackey. Judy La Due, Jan Laird. Dorothy Lane, Jimmie La Near, David Langell, Karen
Lanmon, Bill Lasater, Jim Lasley, Sue Laumbach, Andrew Lawton, Jean Leach, Don Leach, Leslie Lease, Norma
Lehby, Nick Lee, Bonita Lee, Pat Leonard, John Lewis, Gary Lewis, Jean Lewis, Jeffrey
Lidstone, Thomas Lindsley. James Lineberger, Chloe Lisenbee, Alvis Little, Jimmie Littlejohn, Claudia Lockhart, Charles Loesch, Kathie
Long, Karl Lopez, Rudy Paul Lovato, Chris Lovett, Norm Lucero, Joseph Lugenbeel, Vicki Lyons, Linda McAllister, James
McAnally, Beth McCallon, James McClain, Harris McCharen, Joe McClure, Janice McClure, Julie McCorkle, Bob McCormick, Anna K.
McCutcheon, Gail McDonald. Danny McEIyea, Ulysses McKay, Joe McMillin, Linda McNex-ney, Patricia McQuaid, Sally McWatters, Wynona
Mahry, John Mader, John Magee, Nancy Magill, Karalyn Malone, Susan Mares, Carine Marks. Jack Martin, Eileen
Martines, Bill Martinez, Lavern Martinez. Michael Massey, Judy Mutsubara, Nancy Maxson, Mary Mcasduy, John Measday. Lawrence
Medford, Claude Mees, Nancy Meierinp', Ruth Mary Mercer, Richard Merritt, Dean Metca'lf, Melvin Metcalfe. Mary Helen Meyer, Melinda
Miller, Dale Miller, Marilyn Milligzm, Laurence MiItererger. Barbara Miner, Carol Mitchell, Andrew Mitchell, David Mitchell, Patrick
Mock, John Howard Mock, Richard MofTut, Tom Mondragon, Fred Mora, Beneranda Merrill, John Morris, Sydney Muller, Doug
Myers, Susan Nahmad, Mike Naughton, Penny Needham. Shirley Nevans, Kathleen Newlander, David Newsom, Bill Nicholson, Joanne
Nielsen, Lene Noble, Tom Nohl, Nancy Norman, Vernon Nunn, Robert Nunns, William OVLeary, John Olson, Gregory
Ortega, Reuben Ortiz, Gloria Ortiz, Manuel Ortiz, Romeo Owens, Carol Oxnard, Caroline Paiz, Jo Ann Parker, Janice
Parker, Rosemary Pate, Delbert Pearcy, William Peck, Tom Perry, Pat Pharo. Diane Phillips, Richard Pickering, Glenda
Pineda, Raymond Pino, Jimmy Poch, Libbi Porter, Sandra Powell, Jerry Powers, Penny Pratt, Judy Pritt, Alfred
Raglin, Carolyn Ramos, Margarita Ramos. Roger Ramsey. Edna Ramsey. Nina Randel. Lloyd Randolph. Colin Ransom, Dale
Reaser, Mary Redfern, Rosalind Reece, Gary Reel, Richard Remillard, Donald Renstrom, Sandra Reutter, Susan Rice, Hazel
Richards, Kent Richert, Maria Rieder, Gary Rila, Carter Rila, Mary Ann Rinaldi, Rolando Riordan, Robert Riordan, William
Roark, Richard Roberts. Donald Robison, Marcella Robnett, June Rodgers, Donald Rogers, Dick Romero, Cecilia
Rose, John Ross, J. Richard Roth, Teddy Rothman, Ethelle Roush, Paula Ruuzles, Millie Ruiz, Robert M. Ruiz, Robert S.
Runge, Judith Ryan, Julia Ryan, Madge Sadilek, Julie Same, Jack Sage, Beth Sahling, Carole Saiz, Benjamin
Sallee, Elizabeth Sallee, Larry Sanchez, Amador Sanchez, Elaisa Sanchez, Lorraine Sannella, Maria Sasaki. Gwen Sayre, Douglas
Schoor, Mike Schmucker, Stephen Schrom. Pamela Schula, Joe Schumpert, Stephen Scism, Bert Scott. Eddie Scott, Lindsay
Scovel, Richard Seale, Carolyn Serna, Annadelle Serna, Priscilla Shaffer, Alan Sheets, Mary Sherer, Valerie Shoemaker, Peggy
Short, Phyllis Shoup, George Silva, Paul Simpson, Ernie Singleton, Allan Smith, Patsy Smith, Paula Smith, Priscilla
Smith, Richard Smith, Samuel Smith, Sylvia Sneed, Mary Lou Solcnbcrger, John Spang, Richard Sparks, Janet Spence, Nancy
StaRm-d, Anabel Stafford, Terry Stanhope, William Starz, Louis States, Susan Steinbemer, Vera Stephenson, Judy Stevenson, Ruth
Stewart, James Storm. Gail Stratton, Peggy Sucharda, Sharon Summers, Martha Summers, Sue Sumner, Jimmy Sydow, William
Tafoya, Gloria Tarbell. Margaret Tavener, Veronica Taylor, Allan Taylor, Christyna Teed, Donille Teeple, Robert Thacker, L. W.
Thieman, Alice Thomason. Gary Thompson, Beverly Thorne, William Thornton, Becky Tipton, Joseph Tonkin, Carolyn Toulouse, Patricia
Trickey, Beverly Trolingcr, Charlotte TI'USSQH, Lee Tso, Lorraine Tubb, Richard Turner, Samuel Turney, Herbert Tuthill, Judith
Valdez, Florence Vancil, James Vescovi, Julia Vidal, Christine Vigil, Ernest Vigil, Rudolph Villarreal, Abelardo Volpato, Carolyn
VVaIden. Fred Waldorf. Karen Walsey, Robert Walter. Charles Ward, M. S. Ward, Patricia Warren, C. James Watkins, Gary
Weber, Michael Wells, John Welsh, Gretchen Werner, Rhonda VVestfalI, Jean Wham. Matalie White. James Whiteside. Almira
VViese, James Wiley, Darla Wilger, Thomas Williams, Gale Williams, Jeanne Williams, Joye Williamson, John Willins, Mickey
Wilson, Joe Winter, Diane Wof'ford, Jim Womble, Barry Wood, Edward Woodin, Nancy VVoodmansee, Robert Woudworth, Tommy
Woody, Carole Work, Ina Maria Worrell, Charles Wright, Thomas Wright, Walter Yates, Joan Dare Zanotti, Bonnie Zumwalt. Raymond
Bramlett, Bill Drab, Eileen Gill, George Graham, Joe Grimm. Ben McKenzie, Sara Sehgal, Asghar Ali Wiley, Richard
Alexander, Richard Alvis, James Bell, Thomas Bratcher, James Calmes, Janis Dearholt, Donald
Douglass, Don Lisle, Frank Meadowx, Robert M'Gonizrle. John Ward, Phyllis
Diaz. Joe Greer, Ronald Harris, Billy E. L. McMillen. J. T. Ruf, John F.
First Year Graduate First Year First Year First Year
A door that leads to many and varied activities . . .
ynsiole lde union
There is rarely an empty table in the 11ch cafctcria.
Mesa Lounge, with its huge stone iireplace, is suited to social
functions as well as to meetings and lounging.
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The dircctors of the New Mexico Union are: L. to R.: A. 0. Jackson, Mgr. Assoc. Students Bookstore; Glen Mayer, Food Serv-
icc Mgr.; John Corker, Program Adviser; Perry Satzsingcr, Accountant; Bill Bicrbnum, Director; Bill Dean, Night Mgr.; Mary
Ellen Smith, Scheduling Mgr.; Dick Carnes, Bldg. Engineer; George Beck, Games Mgrh
The billiard tables have provcn Very popular With the boys; competition is keen, and
:1 p001 tournament has been organized.
The Union is a place for 311 interests, CX'CII a concentrated game L
of these. . h . Checkmate! Thc bowling lancs arc cmnparativcly dcscrted now, but not for long!
'I'hc Union kitchen is new and shiny.
This must be the 10 oblock COHec rush!
Barber shop duet . . . not too close now!
There's always something of interest on exhibit in our new Union, One of the several fireplaces in the HSUB"; this coppcr-hooded one is in
whcthcr it be the work of professionals or students on campus. the main lobby.
KNMD, the largest student owned and operated
radio station in the country goes on the air April 30,
1960. This will be the culmination of many long
months of hard work. First conceived several years
ago, the station really got under way in September,
1959, when $13,000 was allocated, and a consulting
engineer and a station manager were selected and a
Engineers U. to Q, Bob Katzive, Lew XVarrcn, and Bill Simms
examine a new piece of KNMD equipment.
Radio Board created by Student Council. Since then
KNMD has received a license from F.C.C., set up its
equipment, and gathered a staff of about 75 students.
Studios and offices, located in the basement of the
New Mexico Union, were designed and built by stu-
dent volunteers. W ithin a few years, this completely
commercial station, operating at present 011 a carrier
current system at 880 011 the dial, will change over to
eity-wide AM-FM coverage.
EXECUTIVE BOARD. Bill Retz, Station Manager tseatedi; Heft t0 righti: Bill
Simms, Technical Director; Fred Kaiser, Business Manager; Dick Krause, Program
KNMD stat? members take a break from setting up the new equipment which went into operation this year.
Left to right: Alice Lcc Robberson, Judi 'l'nrano, Linda XValdmp, Ican Millcr, Karen Albach, Nancy VViant, Sunny Lu Pccr, Vaughn Ramsey, Beverly Kynor.
Not shown: Sharon Scates, Camille Cattmico.
nga dlpAa jota
Sigma Alpha Iota is an honorary and professional music fraternity for women. The Alpha Sigma chapter was
established at UNM in 1935 by Grace Thompson. Its purposes are to promote high standards of performance
among its members, and to bring about a closer relationship among women planning to pursue some phase of
music as a profession. Membership is reserved for those music students whose talents and achievements are
Sigma Alpha Iotays projects include a Christmas V esper Service, a Spring musical of contemporary Ameri-
can music. ushering at the Civic Symphony and Community Concerts, and helping with music department
productions. This year the group is contributing to the support of the American-Korean Foundation also.
6 suspended for
Symbols of honor and sen
worn agam xx
Tucker Coughlen, president
The white ttK" of the UNM Khatali Chapter of Blue
Key, national honor fraternity, has been worn by the Uni-
versityts outstanding senior men since its founding in
1923. The name Khatali is taken from the Navajo word
1116111ng medicine man. In 1957 Khatah aHiliated with
the nationwide Blue Key Organization.
The membership of Blue Key is composed of outstand-
ing senior men who have distinguished themselves in varie
ous campus activities as well as scholastically. New mem-
President ............................. Tucker Coughlen
Vice President .............................. Bill May
Secretary ................................. Fred Bentley
Treasurer ................................ John B. Hays
hers are chosen each year in the spring by the membership
of the past year.
Blue Key is both a fraternal and a service organization
whose purpose is the furthering 0f the tradition and cus-
toms of the University. The groups activities include
helping with freshman orientation and registration, ush-
ering at football games, participating in the Homecom-
ing coronation and sponsoring the annual Honors Day
Khatali is sponsored by H. V. Mathany, Dean of Men.
Row 1: Edward Presson, Charles Caton, Lee Seligman, Kenneth Carpenter; Row 2: Fred Bentley, Bill May, Tucker Coughlen, Iohn Hays, Bob
Ashley; Row 3: Dan Epley, Richard Bechtel, Bill Renfro, Gerald Prohaska, James Coggins, George Rose, Charles W eld, Iim Bohm, Jerry VVertheim.
h IAIA CHAPTER
V ice President ...............
Mortar Board is a national honorary for senior women.
Maia, the local chapter, was installed at the University on
May 30, 1921 21nd attiliated with the national organization
of Mortar Board in 1936.
The senior women who wear the black and gold Mor-
tar Board uniform have been selected for membership on
the basis of scholarship, leadership, and service to the Uni
versity. The graduating members Choose members for the
Mortar Board begins the year by sponsoring the fresh
man orientation program. They assist during Homecom-
ing by directing the election and coronation of the
Homecoming queen, and selling mums for the game. The
.......... Oreilia Zunigzi
. . , Trudy Hughes
Janice 'l'eed, president
Hanging 0f the Greens. sponsored by Mortar Board, oHi-
eially welcomes the Christmas season to the campus.
Other activities include the sponsoring of Stunt Night in
the spring during Greek XVeek, assisting with the Honors
Day assembly, and giving a breakfast for graduating senior
Each year, Mortar Board acknowledges scholarship by
a tea for junior women with above-average grades and by
awarding a scholarship to a foreign woman graduate
The Mortar Board advisers are Miss Lena C. Clauve,
Dean of XVomen; Mrs. Allan Rosner, Mrs. Martin Fleck,
and Miss Barbara Wykes.
First row: Vicki Branch, Vaughn Ramsey, Marlys Duran, Trudy Hughes, Janice Teed, Oreilia Zuniga, Nancy Terwilliger, Connie Murphy, Pat Find-
ley. Second row: Diana Damall, Marcia MeElderry, Karen Queue, Kate Jacobson.
Richard Cundy, president
Chakaa, 2111 honorary organization for junior men. was
composed this year of twenty-four members who were
Chosen 011 the basis of scholarship, Character, and an ac-
tive interest and participation in campus activities.
Since its establishment on the campus in the fall of
1956, Chakaa has endeavored to promote active interest
in student activities and student government. Among its
Vice President ...................
President .............................. Richard Cundy
. . . i Charles Corbin
................................ M ike Bolduc
projects are the building of Professor Snarf for the Fiesta
week-end, selling football programs, working on the Jun
ior-Scnior prom and assisting with freshman orientation.
Chakaa is the most recently organized honorary 0n the
UNM campus. The group, identified by their gray sports
jackets with the white and gold emblems, is sponsored by
Dean H. V. Mathany.
L. to R. tstandingi : Bruce Erdal, Iames Beckley, Ion Michael, Iames Torrrcs, 100 Bob Tillotson, James C. Brown, Paul Dailey, Gerald Kelso, Garvin
Friar. L. to R. iseatedi : Mike Kylie, Bob Langley, Jimmy Caton, Ehcr Lotzc, 101m Mosman, Gillette Bryan.
President ............... Georgine Rummage
V ice President ................. Joyce Ncuber
Secretary ....... Trish Crowley
Treasurer ................... Lucia Wilcox
Editor ..................... Lorena Brainlett
Historian ...................... Gail Russell
Campanas is the local junior womeifs honorary. It was
founded on our campus in 1958 in order to recognize out-
standing scholarship and proven service to the campus
among junior women. The Choosing of junior women who
will wear the gold and brown Campana uniform is based
upon four semesters of college work and a minimum
gradepoint of 1.8. Each spring new members are tapped
at the Honors Day assembly.
L. to R. tseatedi: Lorena Bramlett, Trish Crowley, Ccorginc Rummage, Lucia XVilcox. Gail Russell. tStandingi: Judy Chant, Mary Wishard, Judy
L. to R; Mrs. Edward P. Anemia, adviser; Lucia hVilcox, treasurer;
'l'rish Crowley, secretary; Georgine Rummage, president.
Members of Campanas serve the UNM campus by
planning Fiesta coronation, selling Community Concert
tickets and boutonnieres, organizing freshman orienta-
tion, and handling a drive for books to send to Korea.
The Las Campanas advisers are: Miss Lena C. Clauve,
Dean of hVomen; Mrs. Edward P. Aneona, and Miss Mar-
garet hileaders. The junior adviser is Patty Pick.
I'Iarlacker, Nancy Bohlander, Helen Capcls, Aileen Olson, Judy Rode, Judy Cumin, Nancy hVaH, Indy Zanotti, Carol Rice.
Bill Retz, president
Vigilantcs is the sophomore menis honorary. The sophi
omorc men who wear the blue trimmed tth 011 a white
sweater are chosen 011 the basis of leadership, scholarship,
and participation in campus activities during their fresh-
The main purpose of Vigilantes is to promote a more
Vice President . , V ,
President ................................ XVilliam Retz
....................... Dennis Ready
, . .G. Don Olsen
............ Gary Bommelacrc
democratic spirit among UNM students by encouraging
them to participate in extracurricular activities.
Vigilantes help with freshman orientation and rcgistrzii
tion, usher at football and basketball games, and act as
guides at the State Teachers Convention and High School
Row 1: Linden Knighten, Bob St. Claire, Bill Rctz, G. Don Olsen, Gary Bommclacre. Row 2
: Mike Rowland, Richard Krausc, Alan VVcstfall, Ish-
mael Valenzuela, Joel Stout. Row 3: XVilliam Steury, Mr. hVilliam Chase, tadviseri, Dick hriastcrson, Wayne Hamilton, lack Bolcncywitz.
President .......................... Billie Jean Williams
Vice President ........................ Suzanne Wayland
Secretary ................................. Judy Miller
Treasurer ......................... Diane Thompson
Historian ............................ Sally La Faver
Reporter .............................. Sandra Taulbce
Spurs is the national sophomore womenls honorary.
The sophomore women who wear the red and gray Spur
emblem are selected on the basis of above-average scholar-
ship, dependability, democracy, college activities and Citi-
zenship. This honorary was established on the UNM
campus in 1939.
The motto of Spurs is hat your service? Its purpose is
to promote school spirit and to support all activities in
which the student body participates.
This year Spurs helped with freshman orientation and
Billie Iean XVilliams, president
registration and sold football programs, Freshman beanies,
and Homecoming tickets. They sold KlSpurshey Bars" to
raise money for a charity project, assisted with the VVest-
em Region IntereCollegiate A.VV.S. convention and per-
formed many other services on the UNM campus and for
the community as a whole. Spurs also ushered at com-
mencement and baccalaureate services.
Spurs Faculty adviser is Miss Willenc Paxton, assistant
Dean of Women. Junior advisers are lone Zimmerman
and Pam Dempsey.
Row 1: Judy Dodd, Judy Ishmael, Laura Mocharnuk, Martha Mullins, Pat Lewis. Row 2: Karen Gribble, Sally La Faver, Judy Miller, Suzanne Way-
land, Billie Jean Williams, Diane Thompson, Sandra Taillbee, Kathryne Davis. Row 3: lone Zimmerman and Pam Dempsey, Ir. Advisers; Nancy
Mayland, Chris Ramsey, Eve Lally, IoAnne Bankston, Pat Reeves, Fritzi Horne, Madge Canoyer, Nancy Dill, Carol Stout, Anna Dell Roberts, Miss
VVillcne Paxton, E. I. Pcaker, Sydney Dahlen.
Prof. John E. Longhurst
In the first year of the formal program, two groups of about
hfteen students each met once a week for two hours. These
classes were called ttColloquiums" to emphasize the fact that
they were discussion periods. Each colloquium was conducted
by two instructors. One was presided over by Professor Longa
burst and Dean Dudley Wynn, of the College of Arts and
Sciences, and the other by Professor A. V . Martin, of the
Mathematics Department, and Professor Morris Freedman,
of the English Department.
The UNM Honors Program starts in the students fresha
man year. In their freshman year the students are required
to take a colloquium, two hours long, once a week. They dis-
cuss a different book each week on the great works of man
in all subjects. Each honors student takes a special section in
English during his Erst semester in the program. At present
there are approximately fifty-live freshmen in the program.
In the sophomore year, the honors students take two semi-
Applegate, Kenneth Roy
Beauchamp, John Francis
Blank, Gilbert Casey
Bloom, David Michael
Bright, Michael T rain
Burnieister, Rita Joan
Chalarnidas, Stewart Louis
Childcrs, Mary Lorraine
$Connclly, Anne J.
Cundiff, Charles Reed, Ir.
Cunningham, Cheryl Lee
Dill, Nancy Elizabeth
Dunlap, Albert Dan
$English, Lois Marguerite
Farrar, Thomas Roy
Fleck, Martin KM, Iri
Fronran, Eva May
Carnett, Richard Edwin
Gassrnan, Robert Lee
Gillette, Jeanette Louise
Goodlive, Lawrence Edward, Ir.
Griffith, Dudley Moran
Griffith, John Walker
Griffith, Mary Lee
Grohe, Katherine L,
Hamilton, Wayne Ray
Hill, Jacqueline H.
izHoglund, David Lee
Horne, W inifred Martha
Houghen, Helen Claredona
Ieter, Rose Marie
Johnson, Douglas Paul
Kaderli, Katherine E.
Keller, Don Elroy, III
Lally, Eve Diane
Lasley, Edna Sue
Levy, Ann Evelyn Pyott
Lindberg, Perry CliHord
Luck, Susan Rebecca
McAdams, James Martin
McCarthy, M. Aileen
McCormaCk, Charles Kenneth
$ New second semester
The University experimental honors program, which has just been established by the
faculty as a theneral Studies Programil for outstanding students, is now completing its
third full year. It was instituted four years ago as an informal discussion group, by Profes-
sor John Longhurst, of the History Department, who invited several of his superior stu-
dents to meet regularly with him to discuss various intellectual books. The students had
themselves expressed an interest in such sessions. In June, 1960, four of the original stu-
dents, Diana Darnall, Karen Quelle, Ann Evelyn Levy, and Constance Murphy, will
graduate with appropriate honors.
nars, one each semester, in a field other than the one in which
they are majoring. These seminars consist of ten students
each, with one instructor. There are thirty-four sophomores
in the program.
The junior year is now in its second semester with about
twenty students enrolled. These students are studying the
major traditions of W estern culture with live professors from
the departments of History, English, Political Science, Phys-
ics, and Fine Arts, all of whom are present at every meeting
of the class. Each professor covers his area for five weeks,
leaving a period for discussion.
Work for the senior year has not yet been established, but it
will probably combine individual research with a colloquium.
Honors courses have been given by professors of Art, Biol-
ogy, Business Administration, Economics, English, Fine
Arts, Geography, Geology, Government, History, Journalism,
Mathematics, Philosophy, and Physics.
Miller, James Houston
Miller, Margaret Michael
Miller, Marilyn Lea
Miller, Richard Kurtz
TNIOCk, Richard Pearson
itMoore, Iames Collins
Morgan, Raymond Hurst
Murphy, Constance J.
s'iPunsalan, Basil M.
Quelle, Karen Kristine
Quolle, Reinhardt A., II
Ransom, James Clarence
Rauber, Richard Lawrence
Reascr, Mary Elizabeth
Rice, Carol Ruth
Renstrorn, Sandra Geraldine
Roberts, Anna Dell
Rummage, Ceorgine Ruth
Sasaki, Gwendolyn H.
Solenberger, John Carl
Spurlock, Orner F.
Srote, Linda Sue
Stout, Ioel Burr
Stowe, Linda Ian
Swigger, Ronald Thomas
$'l"a,ggard, Joseph F.
Teague, Mary Catherine
Tedlock, Dennis E.
Thompson, Sylvia Diane
Thompson, Carolyn C.
Trujillo, Ralph Euscbio
Wall, Nancy Katherine
W ard, Frederick Roger
Warren, Cyrus James, Jr.
Weber, Celia Nona
VViese, Iarnes Cranford
Williams, Billie Jean
$VVilliarns, Gale Ann
Wills, Charles Frederic
Wood, Lockett E.
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The GUIDING LIGHT.
ynter- ?Qeligious Council
Seated, 1. to r.: Nita McClellan, adviser, Baptist Student Union; Cheryl Lee Cunningham, Deseret Club; Georgia Phillips, Religious Chairman, Christian Sci-
ence Organization; Anna Dell Roberts, Secretary, Baptist Student Union; Bill Krieger, President, Hillel Counselorship; Carol Stout, Treasurer, Student Chrise
tian Fellowship; Mary Gay Doman, Deseret Club; Elaine Long, Student Christian Fellowship; Sammie Nunnally, Baptist Student Union. Standing 1. to r.:
Ioe XVillis, adviser, Presbyterian University F ellowship; Joe Baca, Publicity Chainnan, Newman Club; Larry Eichwald, Presbyterian University Fellowship;
Marvin Knudsen, Deseret Club; Barry Cole, Hillel Counselorship; Darrel Hicks, Apologian Club; John Paul Leonard, Apologian Club; John Bruce hVilliam-
son, Presbyterian University Fellowship; Charles Murphy, Newman Club; Garland Dean, Baptist Student Union; Cordon Jones, Canterbury Association. Not
shown: Dan Epley, vice-prcsident, Apologian Club; Liz Frentzel, VVCSley Foundation; Katy Grohe, Presbyterian University Fellowship; Bill Renfro, Wesley
Foundation; Paula Roush, Hillel Counselorship.
The IntereReligious Council is composed of two represelr
tatives from each religious organization on campus. The ptm
pose of IRC is to promote harmony and better understanding
among the various religious groups on campus.
IRC makes religious preference cards available to each rc-
ligious group, sponsors the Student Body Thanksgiving Dim
ner, and the Brotherhood Progressive Dinner. It also serves as
a central meeting place to discuss religious problems which
might arise on campus.
People from every religious group on campus may enjoy the annual Thanksgiving Dinner sponsored by IRC. This year, Lt. Gov. Ed V . Mead was guest speaker.
President .................................. Dan Eplcy
Secretary! 1 'rcasurer
Publicity Editor ...............
This is the second year Of campus activity for the Apologian
Club, which was formed in the fall of 1958. The purpose of
the organization is to provide social activities and religious
development to supplement the academic lives of students
at the University of New Mexico.
Membership is extended to students of the University who
are members of the Church of Christ, and those who are in
Hackney, Darrell Hicks, Bob Bolton, Corky Kindsvater, loan Kctcham.
Apologians meet to plan the XVintcr Banquet.
...... John Leonard
........ Joyce Neubcr
..... Corky Kindsvatcr
Roy 1, 1. to r.: Dora Fisher, Joan Nicks, Jo Ann Henningtnn, Joyce Neuhcr, Dan Epley, Iohn Leonard, Jean
Ann Bolton, Joy Rotten, Karen XVaidorf. Row 2: Nancy Page, Ron Hasty, Louis Starz, John Olson, IIal
Dan Eplcy, president
terested in working toward the aims and purposes of the
Meetings are held in the Union 011 Tuesday evenings at
6: 30 13.111. and devotionals are conducted XVedncsday at 12:05
Apologian Club members, singing Christmas
carols, entertain at their annual XVintcr Ban-
quet held at XVcstcm Skies.
Apologians attend the XVinter Banquet. Speaker tstandingt is Mr. Jack Lawrence,
Baptist Stualent Mnio n
President ................................... Fred W ills
V ice President .......................... Barbara Hayes
Secretary ............................... Delores Barnes
Pastor Adviser ....................... Rev. B. I. Carpenter
Director .............................. Nita McClellan
The Baptist Student Union is the connecting link between
the college student and the local church. It seeks to promote
spiritual development of students through Christian friende
ships, Bible study, prayer, and Church membership. The BSU
makes college life Christian; spirituality preeminent; student
friendships happy; and student Christianity maximum.
It provides the students with a local Church home, main-
tains an active social life, sponsors a mission program and
works at the New Mexico Boys' Ranch. Four Bible classes,
fully accredited, are offered each semester at the BSU Celt
ter, located at 409 University Blvd, NE.
Executive Council L.-R., Row 1: Delores Barnes, Linda Brian, Norma Culley, Susie Schulz, Barbara Hayes, Fred Wills. Row 2: Nita McClellan, Director; Lyn
Highlights of this year were the State Fall Convention,
when we were hosts to BSU,ers from 2111 the colleges in New
Mexico, and our State Spring Retreat at Glorieta. XVe also
participated in Homecoming and held the annual Internw
tional Students, Banquet.
Fred XVills has ably served as president of our executive
council. He and 1; council members planned and carried out
the years activities. Miss Nita McClellan, BSU Director, and
Rev. Russell Patrick, Bible teacher, are available full-time for
counseling and guidance.
McKenzie, Paul Atkinson, Paul Carlson, Anna Dell Roberts, Mary Maxson, IaneBoniheld, Rev. Russell Patrick.
'l'rohngcr, Nita h Clcllan, Mary Vlaxson. Row Fred 1Vi11s, Patricia Jones, Anna
Paul Carlson, Ruth Rucker, Marilyn Hunter, Nancy Orindorff, Darlyn Dossey
Frank Robinson, Russell Patrick. Row ;: Iim Fiudl
Row 1: Linda Ilutchison, 1 T:mCy Steinkraus, Iacklc Sih'erman, Charlotte
Dell Roberts, Barbara Hayes, Ruth Chcnoweth, Delores Baruc'. Row 3:
Sarahcth Buchanan. Row 4: Bob Smith, Benn; Curfman, Norman L. IIumphri 3, Ronald Andcrher
P3111 Atkinson, Tom Icrnigan, Ernest Vigil, Ixen Dans Lynn McKenzie. Row 6: Lee Finch, Tommy Dowel, Leslie White, Linda Brian, Leroy R
Schu1z. Row , Norma Culley Shlrley Hollandsworth, lane Bonihcld, Carolyn Boniheld.
The BSU "Cax leade 0f Sportf predicted a 28-8 win by the Lobos in the Homecoming game.
The clang 0f horseshoes is heard behind the BSU
throughout the warm spring days.
Can terAury dssociation
President .................................. Ken Seaver
Vice President ........................... Diana Darnall
Treasurer .......................... Billie Jean W illiams
Secretary ................................ Shelby Smith
The Canterbury Association, Episcopal Community on the UNM Campus, is
composed of all Episcopal members of the academic society, faculty and students,
married and single.
The purpose of the Canterbury Association is fourfold: worship, instruction, serv-
ice, and fellowship.
The doors of Canterbury House are open to all members of the UNM Campus
. regardless of denominational affiliation. Worship, instruction, and service are of-
Ken Seaver,pre51dent feted throughout the week and are of interest to all.
The ----- musicmakers?
Row 1: Shelby Smith, Roger Iohnstone, Gordon 101165, David Dubois, I. T. McMillen, Chuck Ruhl, Prudence Cramp. Row 2:
Karen Smith, Eva F roman, Georgia Duncan, Abbie Nash, Carol Chadil, Kathy McCormick. Row 3: Karen Mork, Isabel
Miller, Mary Wishard, Marilyn Kuperus, La Rue Eaton, Caitilin Herrick. Row 4: Ken Seaver, Lee M. Bossart, John W.
Mandell, W illiam Gem'tsen, Sven Granlund, The Reverend Lawrence Cantrel, Gerald Kay Kelso.
i President ..............
Vice President .............
i 'ljreasurer . .
The Dcseret Club is sponsored by the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The purpose of the Deseret Club
i is to foster good fellowship, intellectual stimulation and a
religious way of life.
A luncheon meeting is held each Monday at noon in the
............... Sheila h Iiller
Duane L. Aldous
............... Lewis Barton
New Mexico Union. The major part of this meeting is de-
voted to a religious course of study. Approximately six social
events are scheduled during the academic year.
Regular church participation in one of the four Albuquer-
que XVards is encouraged.
First Row: 1. Mary Gay Doman, IRC Representative. 2. Lewis Barton. 3. Duane L. Aldous. 4. Steve Edgcl. 3. Sheila Miller. Second
Row: 1. Robert L. Kendall. 2. Melvin I. Done. 3. Richard Wood. 4. Chester 1011113011. 5. Kay Fcrrin. Third Row: 1. Ted I. Warner.
2. Lyman Smart. 3. hVesley XV. Craig, Ir. 4. Kent Jones. 5. Raymond N. Castle, Sponsor. 6. John B. Mahoncy. 7. Dennis Stong. 8.
I. D. Bowerman. 9. Marvin L. Knudsen, IRC Representative.
L. to R.: Tania Chernoft, Bob Shmacff, Susan Cantor, Sandy hVisc.
Sitting, Bill Kriegcr. Not shown, Nancy chick.
The purpose of Hillel is to serve the cultural, religious, and
social needs of the Jewish students 011 campus. In keeping
with the Hillel counsellorshipk policy, the organization is
open to out-of-town servicemen also.
Under the guidance of Rabbi David Shor, Hillel carries on
an active program. Guest speakers address the students at
L. to R. Row 1: Louis Danoff, Bob ShmaeE, Norm LaZar, Larry Sparks. Row
President .......................... Bill Kriegcr
First Vice President ................. Bob Shmaeft
Second Vice President ............. Tania Chemoff
Recording Secretary ...... . . ...... Susan Cantor
Corresponding Secretary ttttt . t . Nancy chick
Treasurer ............. . . . V . ..... Sandy XVisc
the regular meetings, and socials are held once a month. Out-
ofetown students and servicemen stay in private homes for
On campus, Hillel takes an active part in the IntereReh-
gious Council functions.
2: Sandy Wise, Lorraine XVisc, Sharon Shalit, Shelly Kramer. Row 3: Jerry
Clazcr, Howard Berman, , Roberta Haynes. Row 4: Hedy Berger, Sandy Berg, Marilyn Cohen, Bill Krieger. Row 5: David Levine7 Harriet Sapire,
Sue Cantor, Tania Chcmoff. Row 6: Phil XVayne, Rabbi Shor, Jamie Rubenstein7 Sue Roscn.
Vice President .............
Treasurer . ,
The Aquinas Newman center is the Catholic student een-
ter at UNM. Three buildings provide facilities for its three
fold program-religious, educational, and social, under the
direction of Dominican priests.
The Newman club and the Newman Alumni association
conduct a program that is primarily religious. There are two
Masses daily and four on Sundays. One of these four is a
community dialogue Mass, led by one of the students. There
are also monthly corporate communions and annual retreats.
An educational feature is an essential part of every Newman
club meeting. This year there were several prominent speak-
ers in the popular Newman lecture series. The love of God,
expressed in daily conduct, is dependent upon the knowledge
V . Ishmael Valenzuela
. . V Judy Zanotti
Vivian h Iartiiiez
Jim XVoods, president
of God. Regular classes in theology, philosophy, ethics, eate-
eheties and marriage are held in the auditorium and classrooms
0f the center.
Early in the fall the UNM Newman Club was host to the
first National Newman Club Convention held in the South
west. Over a thousand delegates attended.
There are regular social activities in the lounge and snack
bar, weekly socials, communion breakfasts, and special events,
such as the Cardinal ball, Annual Awards Banquet, March
Gras Ball, and the St. Patriekts Day dinner.
Newman Club elected new oHieers at a XVednesday night meeting.
vid Recs and John Cantwcll were enrolled in the John chry Cardinal Newman Honor
Ocicty and received the awards from His E Cllcucy. Archbishop Byrnc, at the annual
ivcd for outstanding work performed in the 1 Tcwman
quot. This award is rcc
during 21 student's college years.
Bob Hope perform for em ox'crHowing crowd of 'leuqucr-
qucans at the Cine Xuditorium. The proceeds went to thc
Aquinas chxmau Center Building Fund.
0f Newman Club.
Father Butler is shown giving an educational feature at :1 regular XVednesday night meetil
Making E1131 preparations for thc 19;Q Newman Club Federation Convention are left to right: Indy Zanotti, Secretary; John Cantwell, Chairman; and Father
Richard Butler, Host Chaplain. The convention, held at UNM, was attendcd by over 1000 Ncwmanitcs from unix'crsitics throughout the United States.
Moderator ............................ Arthur Madrid
V iee Moderator ......................... Joseph Mercer
Secretary ................................ Marty Swain
Treasurer ............................. Eugene MeCurdy
Arthur Madrid, president
The Presbyterian University Fellowship, formerly united
with the United Student Christian Fellowship, was organized
on campus this fall with the obtainment of iiGeneva House"
located at 1820 Las Lomas Road NE. The center offers Elle
facilities for worship, personal encounter, recreation, study,
discussions of various kinds and other programming. The
house is shared with the Student Christian Fellowship, an
inter-denominational Protestant student fellowship.
Activities throughout the year included a Thanksgiving
dinner, a earoling party with the Aquinas Newman Center,
homecoming decorations, a party with the Student Christian
Fellowship, weekly Sunday evening programs, and participa-
tion at the 18th Quadrennial Conference 011 the Mission of
the Church held in Athens, Ohio, during the Christmas
Rev. Joseph S. XVillis is the sponsor, counselor, and friend
of each member.
tzThe center is dedicated to the proposition that all truth is
Godts truth, and that all truth must be subject to God, the
Lord of Truth. Its purpose is tto keep religion faithful to
truth; to keep truth always in service to Godf to this we are
called through our committment to Christ, the living truth."
L. to r.: Robert Himi, Martha Swain. Becky Duke, Betty Pollack, Christina Telles, Lorraine Sanchez, Michael Hanz, Ion R. Prieer, Chuck Pritt, Russ Shi-
mizu, Dorothy Laird, Gaylord Smith, Richard Beauchamp, Martha Beauchamp, Fritz XVard, David Roeder, XViIliam Ncwsom, Carole Martin, Rev. Joseph
V ice President .......
Recreation Chairman ........
Retreat Chairman .....
XVcsley Foundation exists to give Methodist students C011-
tinuing and deepening spiritual ties and social contacts within
their religious afhliation.
Our new center at 1801 Las Lomas Boulevard has daily ace
tivitics, including Eve short noonday religious services. Tough
questions and frank discussions spark our twice-a-weck night
forums when the students learn to think out their own beliefs
............ Robert Langley
...... Steve XVright
............. Jean XVcld
................ Iuh'e Dove
................ Bill Bennett
............ Pearl II. h'IcClellan
OHicers, Semester II: Judith Christianson, secretary;
Burton Kint, Vice president; Bill Bennett, president.
by Challenging speakers and each other. Annual spring and fall
retreats are held in the Sandia and Pecos Mountains.
The new center 03ers a quiet study room and a recreation
room, where the bimonthly social activities are held. The stw
dents enjoy barn dances and square dances at these social af-
fairs, as well as games and songs. The Christmas banquet is the
high social event of each year.
Row 1: Bill Bennett, Conrad Iacksom Richard Lcamon, lean Weld, Steve Wright, Robert Langley, Mrs. Mac, Director; Elizabeth Frcntzel, Duane Dill. Row
:2 Julie Haines, Pat Reeves, Patty Gibson, Alice Lee Robberson, Glenna Kilgore, Marcy Robison, Linda Benson, Barbara Blue, Gladys Turner, Iuhc Dove,
Merl Meadors, Suann Rosier, Nancy Bivins, Jean Grigsby. Row 3: John Randall, Orean Marrs, PattiAlcxandcr, Cordell Puckett, George Hoyle, Dal Jensen,
Bert Kint, Dick Hutchius; Vaughn Kilgore, Iohn McDonald, Don Dearholt, Ron Peters, Sandy Sanders.
Baptist Student Union
Geneva H01150 PrCsln'terian and Student Christian Fcllmvships Aquinas Ncwman Center Catholic
Canterbury Club EpisC0p;11 XVcsley Foundation Mcthodist
The social, friendly, honest man.
XVhafcr he be.
Tis he fulElls great Nature's plan
And none but he.
Coronado Mens Dormitory. the newest addition to the University's Crop of new buildings.
Coronado Hall, the second and newest 111011,S dorm on the vided into four Houses, each of which elects its own governor
UNM campus, welcomed its first regular group of residents and sends a representative to the 1121le standing committee.
this September, and the residents welcomed its bright, Coronado residents eat in the Hokona Hall cafeteria and
friendly, and yet quiet atmosphere. The Hall has been di- wish to thank all the girls in Hokona for this privilege.
Residents Standards Council: Frank Spnrloek, Jack Clarke, Hugh Hand, Jim
Kimbrough. Board of Governors: Eher Lotzc, Larry Class, Ed Acosta, Bill
w h N a
Superb workmanship! Concentration is the How well do they screen the new occupants?
Tide, the washday miracle, in the new orange
and blue box. Gets clothes Cleaner than any secret of success.
Hokona Hall in the wintertime.
Hokona Hall is the only womeifs dormitory on the UNM
campus. and is now in its third year of operation. There are
two wings, Zia for the freshmen, and Zuni for sophomores,
juniors, seniors, and graduate students. The dormitory is
equipped to serve 640 girls.
The Standards Committee consists of selected members of
the dormitory, acting as a judicial board. Administrative pep
sonnel include Miss Mary Roddy, Director; Mrs. Beekmeyer,
freshmen housemother; Mrs. Mahone, executive house-
mother; and student counselors.
The House Council is the legislative body, consisting of the
general house ofheers and wing presidents. It functions in the
coordination of 2111 dormitory activities.
This year Hokona Hall worked with the new menTs dorm,
Coronado, and with h Iesa V ista on Homecoming house deco-
rations, a Homecoming float, Stunt N ight, and several dances.
The dorms also sponsored delegates to the regional con-
ference of independent dormitories at Brigham Young
Hokona community service projects included dressing zoo
dolls for the Salvation Army at Christmas, sponsoring a door
decoration contest, and doing volunteer work for the Heart
Social activities included a Spring Formal and 21 Fiesta Tea
and fashion show.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS, Row 1 tsittingi: Ann Devendorf, Ccorginc Rummage.
Row 2: Bobbie tenHope, Gayle Klinikowski, Dorothy Howe, Gail Storm. Row 3: Judy
Johnston, Rose Angela Ellis, Patty Gregory, Iercna Keycs.
STANDARDS COMMITTEE, 1. to r. tsittingy Mary Lou Snecd, Angela Meyendorf,
Eileen Drab, Peggy Stratum, Kenna Vec Ricd. tStandingi: Phyllis Schwartz, Rachel
Shaver, Ccorgine Rummage, dorm president.
3L r: you M:
Really, boys, there
are two phone
Thc dormsy contribution to thc IIomccomin.
thcse CAN'T be the T-bones they promised us." Ah, the power of concentration!
ttavxmg n: was?
W hat ever
happened to that
ics was based on a ttQucen for a Day" theme,
presents Eber Lotz
with the 2nd Place
trophy won by the
dorms for house
Togetherness' in the music room of Hokona.
Mesa stta $orm
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Mesa Vista Dormitory is Kthome away from home? for over Under the leadership of the president, Conrad Jackson, the
four hundred men from 2111 parts of the world. dormitory is governed by elected house governors and the
Mesa V ista is divided into seven houseseYaqui, Kearny, dormitorystandards council.
Carson, Aztec, Mendoza, Escalante, and Mossman. Each Mesa Vista7s annual Crystal Ball is the highlight on the
house otters participation in student government, social ac- socialcalendar of the dormitory.
tivities, intramurals, and scholastic competition.
Standards Board. Seated, left to right: Lee Land, Conrad
Jackson, recorder; A1 Ortiz. Standing: Gerry Hubbart,
George Friberg. Not pictured: Bob Meiering, Chief
justice; Paul Rust, John Wall.
Board of Governors. Seated, left to right: Torn Stockard, Charles Carrara, Brian Rainer, secretary;
Conrad Jackson, president; Cordon Bloom, Glen Stillion, adviser. Standing: Lee Land, Toby
Michael, John Hombach, Gerry Hubbart7 assistant Dean of Men. '
But the last timc I looked he was right here!
This is what we came to college for relaxation!
Did you say that taking letters is illegal? Be in formcd. Read the LOBO. Prime rib of beef today.
ynter- raternity Council
The Inter-Fraternity Council is the coordinating body for all eleven
fraternities on campus. Its purpose is to promote a more responsible
and cooperative fraternity system at UNM.
The objectives of the council are to promote scholarship, cement
fraternity relations, encourage the establishment of new fraternities,
and to help develop the potentials in the existing Chapters.
This year IFC sponsored a dance and planned another successful
Greek W eek.
Bob Cerding, President
Doug Carmichael Henry Germer Haig Bodour Mike Naeve
Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Phi Epsilon Kappa Alpha Tau Kappa Epsilon
Peter Masley, Treasurer Charles Mattingly, Secretary Jay Miller, Vice-President Ralph Spengcman
Tau Kappa Epsilon Kappa Sigma Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Bill Steury Max Taylor Jack Westman
Lambda Chi Alpha Kappa Sigma Sigma Chi
Not pictured: Howie Berman, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Dave Dawson, Phi Delta Theta.
. . . Fianna! anofA
President ...................... John Rose
Vice President ............ Lon Cottingham
Secretary .................... Lee Trussell
Treasurer . . . ............... George Shoup
Gary Thomason ....... Publicity Chairman
Jim Sumner ........... COeSOCial Chairman
Lee Barley ........... COeSOCial Chairman
Junior IFC Officers. L. to r., seated: Lee Trussell, Iohn Rose, Lon Cottingham.
Standing: Iim Sumner, Cary Thomason, George Shoup. Lee Barley.
The Junior Intcr-Fratemity Council, the coordinating body
of the fraternity pledge classes, is composed of one voting
member and one alternate from each of the eleven fraternities
and four 11011-v0t1'ng officers. Its purpose is to promote the
welfare and general interests of the fraternity pledge Classes
by establishing closer relationships between pledge groups and
encouraging cooperation with the faculty and student body.
The Junior IFC challenged IFC to a hag football game in
November. Spectators noted that certain rules were broken,
and strangely the IFC won. In January the Junior IFC spone
sored a semi-formal dance for all pledges and actives. WV e
considered it a most successful year," remarked President John
.az 4 .,1
Lmior IFC Members. L. to r., seated: Karl Necb, Lambda Chi Alpha; Tom Stoekard, Sigma Chi; Gary Thomason, Kappa Alpha; George Shoup, Kappa Alpha;
Lon Cottingham, Kappa Sigma; 101m Rose, Sigma Chi; Lee Trussell, Sigma Alpha Epsi1011;1im Ransom, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Jimmy Sumner, Kappa Sigma;
Lce Barley, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Standing: Lynn Adamson, Delta Sigma Phi; Bob XVOOdmansce, Kappa Alpha; Karl Long, Pi Kappa Alpha; Jerry Hess, Phi
w Upsilon Deuteron Chapter
Vice President .........
Treasurer . . . . . . ,,
044vAa gpsilon 301'
Founded: November "r, 1913, New York University
Bill Krieger, prcsidcnt
SPONSORS BIGGEST JAZZ SHOW' EVER HELD AT UNM
w Alpha Epsilon Pi was reactivated as a colony this fall. One
of its first projects was to sponsor the biggest jazz show ever
brought to New Mexico, with such names as Dave Brubeck,
Chico Hamilton, and Cris Connor.
Outstanding AEPis include: Bill Krieger, VVhds Who,
Hillel President and Area Chairman, InterwReligious Council
L. to R.: Bob wValscy, Icrry Clazar, Bill Kricger, Sandy wVise,
Steve Monaloy, Allyn Franklin. Not picturcd: Howard Barman,
Mike Klein, Albert Chernoff, Phil Steinbcrg Allan Strahl.
President, Young Democrats President, Student Court Ius-
tiCC, Alpha Phi Omega Treasurer and Sectional Chairman,
New Mexico Union Program Directorate Chairman, New
Mexico Union Board; Phil Steinberg, Varsity Football; Sandy
XVise, Hillel Treasurer, Student Publications Board.
The Annual AEPi Founder's Day Banquet was hcld at the Desert Sands.
Founded: December 10, 1 899, City College Of New York
Alpha Xi Chapter
President ...... . . V , . ........ Lionel Billeaudeaux
Vice President i ......................... Bob Thomas
Secretary ....... . ....... V ...... . . i . Bill Conger
Treasurer ................................. Iiui Ruland
Social Chairman . . . . ................ Keith Elms
Lionel C. Billeaudcaux, president
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PLEDGES IN THEIR PFS BEAT ACTIVES IN BOXVLING BOUT
A11 actives and pledges remember the bowling tournament The school year Of 195960 was one of growth, achieve-
between the fallpledge Class tLynn Adamson, Roger Camillo, ment, and improvement for the Delta Sigs. Bob Thomas
Ian Eagleman and Lou Keatingi and the aetivesi team of Bob made everyone proud with his outstanding plays in the Lobo
Thomas, Bill Conger, Iim Ruland, Lionel Billeaudeaux, and backfield. Jim Ruland made the Demfs list for Semester 1,
Dick Howell. Although the pledges had to wear their pajamas and Dick Howell, Vice President of the Student Body, helped
in doing so, they managed to beat their opponents by over one keep the spotlight focused on student government with his
hundred points. activities in the Student Senate.
The Delta Sigs liiaintained their standard ofhaving the best Thirteen men pledged the fraternity to replace the live
social life on the UNM campus with such outstanding social graduating seniors, Bob Thomas, LiOIiel Billeaudeaux, Bill
events as the venison roast in the Sandias last November and Conger, Keith Elms, and Dick Howell. Although these men
the Carnation Ball in Deeember.T he jam sessions, with Keith are graduating, they will always remain Delta Sigs in the
Elms and Bob Ponto providing the bass and guitar back- bonds of the Sphinx.
ground, are remembered by everyone.
Roger Camille Lynn Hayes James H. Ruland William Thorne
Roger Camillo and Lou Keating call Actives, Roger Camillo tfar lefti and Lynn Adamson tfar righU Lionel Billeaudeaux and Nancv
attention to the Delta Sig emblem. show the Delta Sig scrapbook t0 pledges Toby Michaels and Jimmy Levick are prepared for shipwreck zit
Campenello. the annual Delta Sig Shipwreck Ball.
Founded: November 2, 1909, Boston University
Zeta h In Chapter
President .................. Lawrence Guy Versehuur
V iee President .................... XVilhaIn Joseph Steury
Secretary ........................ Carl Michael Delles
Treasurer , , . ................ Ronald TOOIHy Betenbough
t Pledge Trainer ..............
eCamAala CAI AlpAa
CELEBRATES FIF'I'IETH ANNIVERSARY
1 Their fiftieth anniversary year found the UNM Lambda
' Chi's purchasing a new chapter house.
t Social events enjoyed by the ttjoy boys of Lambda Chf,
E were their annual White Rose Formal, Pledge Christmas
Party, and ttMadrit 7 The Alumni were present at the annual
Homecoming and Founder's Day Dinners.
The chapter won the IFC Scholarship Improvement trophy
for the second year.
Mrs. Charles Erbaeher, housemother, is shown beside the
stone Ereplaee in the new Lambda Chi Chapter house.
. . , V . , John Edward Elder
Larry C. Versehuur, President
Outstanding members include: Steve Sanchez, Tennis and
Lettermen's Club; William Steury, Vigilantes and Honors
In the spring of 1959, the Chapter was host to the Border
Conclave, which consists of six chapters in Arizona, New
Mexico, and west Texas; and during the summer of 1959,
many of the members attended the National Lambda Chi
Alpha Seminar at De Pauw University.
Lindsley, Neeb, Schumpert.
James B. John Karl Stephen
The new Lambda Chi Alpha chapter house.
Founded: December 2 1, 1 865, Washington and Lee University,
Beta Phi Chapter
: President ................................ Haig Bodour
Vice President ........................ Robert XVinoviCh
Secretary ................................ James Coggins
Treasurer ................................ XVilliam May
Haig Bodour, president
Pledge Trainer ...........
CELEBRATES 'IVHIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY THIS YEAR
The traditional Dixie Day, with its Firing of the Cannon,
Lawn Party, and Dixie Ball, Climaxed Beta Phi Chaptefs
thirtieth anniversary celebration this year. Dixie Day in early
May, is a time when Kappa Alpha, the fraternity of Southern
Gentlemen, relives the past glory of the Confederacy.
Social events of this pearl anniversary included the XVinter
Formal, house dances, patio parties, and the unforgettable
Dixie Ball. For the sixth consecutive time, Kappa Alpha took
Erst place in the UNM Spirit Sing.
Outstanding K. A35 in 1960 were Frank Andrews, New
Mexico Union Board Chmn., Ski Club Pres., Student Senate;
Iim Beckley, Chakaa; Haig Bodour, Student Senate Leader
Mrs. Pauline Bolton, housemothcr, wearing
a HSouthern Belle" costume, is shown mak
ing an arrangement to he used as decoration
for Dixie Day.
ship Comm. Chmn. and Finance Comm., XVardroom Society
'l'rcas.; Alpha Kappa Psi, Rodey Theatre; Ken Carpenter,
Blue Key, Cadet C01. AFROTC, Prof. of Air Science Award,
Arnold Air Society, Student Senate; Robert W. Dibble, A. P.
Party Vice Pres.; Bill May, XVhO's Who, Blue Key, Student
Senate Steering Comm.; David Meistcr, Chakaa; Iohn Ram,
ming, Student Senate Sgt. at Arms, Fiesta Co-ChinlL, A. P.
Party Chmn., Student Senate Rules and Credentials Comm.;
George Shoup, Ir. IFC Twas, Student Senate; Gary Thony
ason, Mesa Vista Dorm Governor, Ir. IFC Chmn.; James
Thompson, Vigilantes; Robert XVinovich, Lettermenys Club.
Firing the cannon for Dixie Day.
Amos, Charles Andrews, Frank Beckley, James Carpenter, Ken Cogrgins, Jim Davis, Ralph DeWitt, Charles Dibble, Bob
' Fraser, Ray Geer, Otto Hill, H. Hershel Holecheck, Leon Keeling, James Lyday, Jim May, Bill Meister. David
Prieto, Alfonso Rayburn, John Sims, Bill Swayze, William B. Thompson, James Wells. Dave Winovich, Robert
Appel, John Bishop, Ted Copeland, Victor Corazza, Kenneth Lee Cummins, Jim Goldenbertz. Henry C. Hall, Leslie
Hayes, Bill Hubbard, Dwight Hunter, Robert Kemp, Richard Kennedy, Rick Lanmon, Bill Mader, John H.
Nail, Nick Ramming, J. W. Shoup, George Thomason, Gary Woodmansee, Robert Woodworth, Tommy Zumwult, Raymond
101m Ilalvorscn, president.
Jappa 431. ma
SPONSORS ANNUAL SPIRIT DAY
Kappa Sigma started the year OH with its annual Spirit Day.
All sorority and Town Club pledges participated to help bring
in funds for the United Fund.
The Chapter had 2111 active social year. with several tradi
tional partiCS-thc Stardust Ball, Casa Lopez. the Pledge Pov-
erty Party and the Spring Formal.
Mrs. Grace fWanU Brewer is celebrating her tenth anni-
versary as Kappa Sig houscmothcr.
Founded: 1869, University of Virginia
Delta Zeta Chapter
President .............................. John Halvorscn
V ice President .................... Charles Smith
Secretary ..................... Charles B'Iattingly
Treasurer ................................ Kcn Ilardison
Homecoming decorations won the Kappa Sigmas third
Outstanding Kappa Sigmas arc: Charles Corbin, Chakaa
vice pres, Varsity XVrestling Team Mgr.; L011 Cottingham,
Freshman Class vicc prcs., Jr. IFC vice pres.; Jack Herndon,
hriilitary Affairs Council; Gerald Kelso, Chakaa; Charles Mat-
tingly, Ir. Class x'icckpres, IFC Scc., Kappa Sig pres. 80111. H;
John Parkin, Vigilantes; Jim Sumner, IL, IFC social 01111111.-
Max Taylor, IFC Judiciary Council, Greek XVcck chmn.
Kappa Sigs and dates set out for the Spring Formal held in Santa Fe.
Beasley. Jim 0. Broell, Fred Corbin, Charles Cox. James B. Dilallo. Romeo Hardison, Kenneth Herndon, John Kelso, Gerald
.a - L :
Kerry, Bill Mattinuly. Charles McWherter, Eric O'Cheskey, Fred Parkin, John Russell. Tom Smith, Charley Stuart, Richard
Taylon Max D. Thornton, Carl A. VVenk, Robert Williams, Charles
Barnes, Richard Brown, Page Brown, Tom Bunucl, Rafael Bushey, Robert D. Cottingham, Lon Dellert, Charles DiLorenzo. Jim
Fulton, Robert Glass. Michael Good. Jay Martines, Bill Nobles. Tom Pate, Delbert M. Riordan. Robert Riordan, William
Ruiz. Robert Schoor, Mike Sumner. Jimmy Teeple, Robert Turney, Herbert Waldie, Ronnie
Founded: Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 1848
President ................................. Bob Souza
Reporter .............................. John Hays
XVardcn .............................. Courtney French
Recording Secretary ........................... Bill Hays
Q! Treasurer .............................. John Bradford
Bob $011221, president
?Ai :belta gAeta
XVINS MANY HONORS THIS YEAR
This year the Phi Delts won the A11 University Intramural
Football Championship, second place in Homecoming House
Decorations, Float Sweepstakes in the Homecoming Parade,
second place in Spirit Sing, and second place in Song Fest.
The traditional social events of Phi Delta Theta are the
Blue and White Formal, an October Fest, the annual foot-
ball game with the Kappas. and the HalfeFormal.
Outstanding Phi Delts are: Tucker Coughlen, Blue Key
Pres.; Charley Hattield, Varsity Swimming Team; Crandall
Hays, Blue Key; John Hays, President, Semester 2, Chief Jus-
tice Student Court, Blue Key; Dick Krause, Vigilantes; Mike
Kyne, Pub Board, Chakaa; Mory h lcEvoy, Chakaa; Jim B liles,
Homecoming Chairman; Steve Moore, Student Council,
NROTC Commander, Campus Radio Board; Bill Retz,
Campus Radio station manager; Larry Smith, V arsity Basket-
ball; Alan XVestf-all, Vigilantes; Jack XVoodul, Vigilantes; and
Rick Czeiner, Editor of the NROTC HSunh'ne."
Mrs. Edna Lawrence, houscmother, admires her Sterco-vision
Atkins, Robin Bradford, John Brewer, Paul Clement, Gene Coughlen. Thomas Czeiner, Richard Dalzell, Fred Dempsey, Mike
Franks. Phil French, Courtney Fryar, Garvin Gemoets. Bob Gemoets, Ted Grasse, Bill Hays, C 'zmdall Hays, John
Hays, William Holbrook, Millard Hooper, Jerry Howe, Marshall Kaiser, Fred Krause, Richard Kyne, Mike Liptak, Robert
Manzayzol, Jerry Mastin, Richard McCurdy, Eugene McCurdy. Ron McEvoy, Maury Miles, Jim Moore, Stephen Pearson, Neal
Pendleton, Bill Retz. William Sims, Bill Smith, Larry Sperry. John Thomas, Frank Tomlin, Joe Trainer, James
Tucker, Ronald Walker, Carlton Weaver, Tom Westfall, Alan Woodul, Jack
Boyd, Charles Buergi, Stephen Campbell, David Dawson. R. K. Dumler. Martin Edwards. John Gaskins, John
Gerrie, James Hess, Jerome Kelleran, James Lewis, Jeff McClain, Harris Rowland, Mike Schwinyzel, James
Scott, Lindsay Thacker, L. W. Warrem Lewis Womble, Barry
Phi Delts and dates during intermission at the annual Phi Delta Thetas breakfast in the mountains.
Blue and White Formal.
Founded: 1 868, University of Virginia
Beta Delta Chapter
President ................................ John DuEy
V iee President ....................... T0111 Kineheloe
Secretary ..................... . . .Jim Brown
Treasurer ............................ John Kruger
Pledge Trainer ............................. Jim Mueller
John Dufty, president
1OLDEST SOCIAL FRATERNI'I'Y ON U.N.M. CAMPUS
i ?Oi Jappa wipAa
In 1892, the ttYuin-Yum Boys" formed the Erst social Club
011 the U.N.M. campus. This Club became the local fraternity,
Alpha Alpha Alpha, in 1896; and they affiliated with Pi Kappa
Alpha national fraternity in 1915.
Their ttEstufa," 2111 adobe structure patterned after the In
diam kiva, is the most unique fraternity meeting place in the
:world. It was built in 1905 on the site where the HYUIH-YUITI
rBoys" ate their lunch under a leafy tree.
I The top social events of the year included the ttDream Girl"
dance, Garnet 8t Gold formal, Founders Day Banquet, a Fall
tand Spring Hi-Iinx costume ball, and many parties at the
ittrustic mountain lodge."
i Pikes active in campus activities are: Roger Atteberry,
A.S.hriI.E.; John Bowdish, XVrestling, LCtt6IlnCllyS Club; Tub
ner Branch, Student Body President, XVIIds XVho; Jim
Brown, Chakaa; John Byrd, Varsity Football, Mesa Vista
Standards Comm; Steve Caine, Mirage Sports Ed; Doug
Carmichael, S.E.A. Pres, and State Parliamentarian, I.F.C.;
Phil Compton, A.S.C.E.; Paul Dailey, Chakaa, Phi Kappa
Phi, I.R.E., Outstanding N.R.O.'l'.C. Soph., XVardroom So-
ciety; Ross Elder, Rodey Theatre; Bruce Erdal, Chakaa,
UNM Concert Band; Terry Eyteheson, Varsity Swimming;
Neil Frumkin, Mirage Business Manager, Homecoming
Chmii., Athletic Ad. Board Chnm., PiKA pres, Sem. 11; Ray
Gannon, Campus hnproveineut Comm. Chimi, hrrlirage
Business Staff; Doug Glover, Union Program Directorate
Chmn., NROTC Battalion Commander; XVayue Hamilton,
Honors Program, Vigilantes; Buddy Hart, Blue Key, XVhos
XVho, Student Court; Paul I'Iartin, Track, Lettermeifs Club,
A.S.N.E.; Darrell Hutton, A.S.M.E.; Ion h'liehael, Fiesta
C1111111., Chakaa, Student Standards Comm. Sect; A1 Nah-
niad, Vigilantes, Student AHairs Comm.; Michel Nahmad,
Student Council; Chief Nixon, A.S.M.E.; John Ramsey,
Track; Bill Roy, Wrestling; Tony Shaw, Track, Intramural
Council Pres; Bob St. Claire, Vigilantes, Navy Drill Team
Commander; Jim Torres, Chakaa, Stu. Senate Steering
Comm. Chmn.; Tom Volle, Navy Sword 'l'eam.
An event .......................
........... at our t'rustic mountain lodge."
Black, William Blake, David Bowdish. John F. Branch, Turner W. Brown, Jim Caine, Steve Carmichael, Doug
Casper, William Dailey, Paul B. Doyle, Bruce Duffy, J. Terence Elder, Ross Erdal, Bruce EspaEa, Ernie
Eytcheson, Bryan Fink, John Frumkin, Neil Gannon, Ray Glover, Douglas Gray, Samuel F. Hart, Irving H. III
Hartin, Paul Hofmann, Don Hutton. Darrell Kincheloe, T. R. Kruger. John Lewis. Bert Michael. Jon
Nahmad, Al Nahmad, Michel Nixon, C. C Peckinpaugh, Tom Ramsey, John W. St. Claire, Robert Salyer, Don
Shaw, Tony Smith, Dan Stephenson, Bob F. Jim Torres Tracy, Tony Weir, Robert Welch, Joseph
Long, Karl Kilby Lovato, Chris Lucero, Joseph Mabry, John
Brown, Kenneth Durham, Barry Eagan, Dennis
Pardue. Les Peterson, Arthur Rodgers, Donald E.
.A V 3Vz$g$$i r,
Gail Russell is crowned PiKA Drcam Girl."
Gulln'eth. Jarrett Hiller, Russel Lasatcr. Jim
Martinez, Lavern Nahmad, Mike OVLeary, John
Brown, Scott Willins, Mickey
Pupdog, Mike sleeps as his mistress, Mrs. Bess Davis,
PiKA housemothcr, makes last minute arrangements for
this afternoon's tezL
Jay Miller, president
nga 0443Aa apsilon
XVINS FIRST IN SONG FEST
The hLittle Drummer Boy" and ttI Saw Three Ships" won
first place in Song Fest for the SAES. Also among the honors
received during the past year was second place in Intramural
The SAE social calendar included Eve big events: the XVhr
ter Formal, the Hobo Party, Foundefs Day Banquet, the
Calypso Costume Ball, and the Funeral Party.
Outstanding Sig Alphs on campus included Jack Kennedy,
XVhots XVho, All American 1'11 Tennis, SAE pres., Sem. H;
Lee Sehgman, XVhoE XVho, Blue Key, Esquire Club tPresj;
Honored as SAE Little Sisters of Minerva during the last two years were, left to
right: Margaret Mary Matteueei, Judy Nelson, Kathy Gilbert, Susan Seligman,
tl'reasurer . .
Social Chairman , , .
Founded: h larch g, 1856, University of Alabama
rl 'z1u Chapter
....... Jack Kennedy
................ Alex A latteueei
Jay Miller, IFC Vice President; Dennis Duffy, AP. Party
President; Buster Quist, All American Track; Gig Brummell,
Athletic Advisory Committee, Varsity Basketball, Baseball,
King of Heartselggg; Dave VVestfall, Track, Football; Ron
Pies, Track; Mike Boldue, Chakaa; I. T. Michelson, Vigie
lantes; Dennis Ready, Vigilantes; Chuck Clausen, XVrestling,
The all-time outstanding Sig Alph was M13113? :1 150 1b.
The all-time outstanding Sig Alph, Tina, takes her daily sunbath.
Novak, Angela Amorous, Betty Bryce. Not shown is Miss Elizabeth Elder, personnel
officer, also a Little Sister.
Anderson, Bachechi Black, Bolduc, Bommelaere, Brogan, Brown, Brummel, Brusuelas, Charles,
I heodore B. Chuck William Michael Gary L. Carl Richard Bernard Richard J Gerald
Cleff, G-oehring, Horner, Kennedy,
Harold . Edwin Robert Richard Byron
Martin, Matthews, Matteucci, McCracken, Michelson, Mills, Mosman, Oppenheim, Paulson, Pierson,
Nelson F. Stephen A. Alex Kim J, T. Laddie John Lee Joe Gary
Richards, Seligman, Smith, Spengeman, Tonkinson, Weldon, Wintheiser,
Ronald B' I James Lee James F. Ralph E. Dave Sandy Arthur
Ashby, Bender, Bond, Carey, Colvard, Crowley, Deakin,
. Anthony Carl Benton Ralph Vic H. Mike Robert
Dunn, Franzmeier, Frederick, Gerlach, Goff, Kingsley, Lovett, Mitchell,
Thomas B 13 Lawrence Jerry Charles Russell Larry Norm Andrew
Olson, Richards, Trussell, ' Wood,
Gregory Kent Lee Richard
This can't be the Klu Klux Klan!! No, it's only the annual Dale Brown mommy
glim ses o tAe Sgas
Ed Frank, Gig Brummell, Alan McNamce, Joe Byers, This was taken at the SAE cocktail
H. L. Cleff, and R. P. XVaters were camera shy at the party preceding the Founder's Day
Calypso Party. Banquet and formal last year.
A memorable quote from Jack W ilger
at the Hobo Party: ttEvcryone else
brought a dog to the Hobo Party, why
Nancy XVall receives her membership in the Little That cap on the right . . . what service is HE in?
Sisters of Minerva from Don Douglass at the Founders This was snapped at the dinner party preceding last
Day Banquet this year. year's Tri-Ad.
Beta Xi Chapter
President ............................. Lief Isaaeson
Vice President . . . . ................... Dick Gerding
Secretary .............. lay Christensen
'I'reasurer .............................. Ralph Bonner
1 Corresponding Secretary .................. Jim Sanderson
CROXVNS SXVEErItHEART AT ANNUAL BALL
The outstanding Sigma Chi social event this year was the
annual Black and XVhite Ball, at which Linda Bureau was
crowned ttSweetheart of Sigma Chi." Other social events in-
cluded the pledge costume dance, Klondike, the Spring For
mal and numerous house dances. Water skiing parties, and
informal getatogethers in the mountains helped to fill out the
Outstanding Sigma Chi campus leaders were Duck Cundy,
Chakaa pres. and Junior Class pres; John Rose, Freshman
Class pres; Bob Gerding, Interfraternity Council pres; Jerry
XVertheim, Student Standards Com. ehmn.; and Jack XVestv
man, head of IFC Judiciary Committee. George Rose and
Jim Bohm were members of Blue Key. Johnny Volpato was
president of the pharmacy honorary, and Max XVebb was pres-
ident 0f the Society of Chemical Engineers. Tom Becker,
Flying Club pres; Mark Thompson was Chairman of the
Freshman Seminar, and Cruz Alderette was the National
jChairman of the Newman Club convention. Gillette Bryan
was a member of Chakaa, Dick Cerding was IFC Rush Chaire
man and second semester pres. of the fraternity. XValt Vom
Founded: June 4, 1 85 5, University of Miami
Lief Isaaeson. president.
Steeg was Chum. 0f the Student Section of the Governors
Conference on Youth Fitness.
Besides being number one in Fraternity Intramurals, sev-
eral Sigs were outstanding V arsity' athletes. Jerry Prohaska and
Bob Crandall signed professional football contracts. Phil Cul-
len and Joe Taggard played freshman ball, and junior tackle
John XVall also lettered. Lyle Parker was the outstanding
diver on the swimming team, and Carlos Torres was one of
the four best wrestlers. Other Sigma Chi athletes were Bob
Miering, outstanding in golf; Larry Neely, Varsity Baseball;
Tom Bruskas, Skyline Batting Champion; Jerry Neely, Var-
sity Baseball; Dick Coughlan, Varsity Football.
Jerry Prohaska was named Fiesta King, and the Sigma Chfs
took Erst place in the merfs division of the Homecoming
Parade. Third place in the Song Fest went to the Sigs, and
the All Greek Open House was held in the Sigma Chi house,
with Dave Brubeck playing 111 a jazz session there.
1X Iembers of Sigma Chi were also active in community serv-
ice, including an orphan's party, work 011 the TB drive, and 011
the Arthritis. Rheumatism Foundation and Heart Fund
Sigma Chi Nursery was scene of Pledge Dance.
AcuH, Mark Alderette, Cruz Bohm, James Bonner, Ralph Botts, Robert Bryan. Gillette Caton, Jimmy J.
Carlson, Jack Christensen, Jay Coughlan, James Crandall, Bob Cundy, Richard Demeter, W. T. Ellis. John
, , ah
Gerding, Bob Gerding, Dick Graham. Kirk Guggino, Larry Hammock, Doug Heaton, John Hines, Morys
Marsh, Kenneth R. McCormick, Michael McKesson, James McKinnon, Dan Morris, Jack Parker, Lyle Riley. Mike
Rose, William Sanderson, Jim Sears, John Sprague, Stephen Stelling, Mylon Thompson, Mark Tinnin, Robert
Vom Steeg, Walt Webb, Max Westman, Jack Wintrich, James
Alexandre, Jerome Atkinson, Jerrell A. Bernstein, Lewis Croft, Mike Cullen, Phillip Denison, Stephen
Dougherty, Dennis Garcia, Ernest Grainger, James Keleher. Tom Rose, John W. Watkins. Gary
Mrs. Blanche Deaton,110uscmother, is shown caring for the Sigma Chi Hjungle!"
Founded: 1901, University of Richmond, Va.
President ........................... Martin I. Lenzini
Vice President ......................... Maurice I Baker
Comptroller ........................... Roger L. Sperry
Secretary ........................... XVilham D. Parsons
Martin Lenzini, president Pledge 'IIrainer ...................... Richard B. Kenyon
nga rpAi gpsilon
EXPECTS HOUSING ADDITION IN NEAR FUTURE
Throughout this year the Sig Eps have been working on a
vigorous program to strengthen the fraternity both in menr
hership and housing improvements. The major goal of this
program is the long awaited housing addition which the boys
expect to become a reality in the near future.
The social activities of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity were
highlighted by the Golden Ball, winter formal, and the Queen
of the Golden Heart, spring formal. Other annual events 11L
eluded a Roaring "leenties Party, a Snow Bound Party,
I don't care if you do want to go dancing . . . were going to the beach!
How not. to win at Russian Roulettee.
FounderIs Day Picnic, and a unique Sewer Party.
Outstanding members are: Iohn Dalton, Arnold Air So-
ciety; Martin Lenzini, Student Body Treasurer, A.S.M.E.,
Denver Train Trip CO-ehairman, Comptroller 1959 Fiesta;
Don Olsen, Student Senate, V igilantes Secretary; Ioseph Til-
lotson, Chakaa, Vice President MENC, University Band,
Orchestra, and Chorus, Master of Ceremonies, UPerspectives
of Music" television show.
Sign built by slave labor.
Baker, Maurice J. Chavez, Max Dalton, John F. Farren, Walt Germer, Henry Gomez, Leo Hannah, William
Kenyon, Richard B. Konopka. Anthony F. Lasley, Rex W. Olsen, Don Ortiz, Gilbert Parsons, William
Piper, Lloyd Sperry, Roger Taft. Russell Tillotson, Joe Bob Westbrook, John F.
Ashley. George F. Atwood, James Davenport, Marvin E. Emenhiser, Nolan Georuius, David Hensley, Don
Huckabay, Bill Marks, Jack Mercer, Richard Ramos, Roger Rogers, Dick Wright, Thomas
Founded: January, 1899, XVeslcyzm University
Gamma Xi Chapter
................................. Gerry Hauer
. Jack Thompson
Secretary ................................. VArt Cone
Treasurer ........................ Frank Lisle
Gem, 11mm, president Pledge Trainer .................... h Iarvin Tillcry
7am Jappa apsilon
XVINS SCHOLARSHIP TROPHY FOR FIFTH STRAIGHT SEMESTER
The Tckes won the Sigma Chi Scholarship Trophy for the
Efth straight semester. Men with a 2.0 plus ending Semester
1, 195960, are: Gerard Haucr, Jack Thompson, Mike Nacve,
Art C0110, Joel Stout, Frank Lisle, D011 Cobb.
The Tekes had 21 full social calendar this year, starting off
with a September Bar-B-Que. A fall house dance, a Novcnr
ber hayride, and 21 Spaghetti Dinner followed. T heir annual
Christmas Party rounded out the 01d year. Their big Found-
ersT Day weekend in January included a skating party and the
Carnation Ball. A skiing party was held 111 February, and the
year was ended with their Spring Formal.
The Tau Kappa Epsilon Hoat placed third in the Home-
coming Parade this year. Their float entitled uRackem Up,
A Bar-B-Quc heads the year's social calendar.
Lobosf' depicted a Denver football player stretched on a
Outstanding Tekcs are: Harvey Dove, Fanfare Dance
Band; Gerry Hauer, Fanfare; Peter Maslcy, Student Chair-
1112111, Publications Board, Lobo Stait; Ray Porter, Varsity
Cheerleader, Swim T021111 Captain, President of Gymnastics
Club, Teke Pres. Sem. H; Gordon Purslow, Fanfare; Frank
Robertson, New Mexico Union Board; Jamie Rubenstcin,
Lobo Staff; Joel Stout, Vigilantes; Jack Thompson, Out-
standing Engineering Student of the Year 1959; Ed Tucker,
Fanfare; Dave XVilshin, V arsity Cheerleader, Swim Team,
Gymnastics Club Vice Pres.
The 'I'ekes remodel their house.
Carmichael, C. J. Cone, Arthur Dove, Harvey Groesbeck, John H.
Ruminer, William L. Schriver, George
Johnston, Kenneth L. Masley, Peter A. Mercer, Joseph H. Naeve, Michael
Stout. Joel Thompson, Jack Tillery, Marvin Tucker, Edwin
Acosta, Eddie Cobb, Donald Kint, Burton Wells, John
by day the tension mounts. And then,
suddenly- 'ou belong to 1 UR SORORIT
One new pledge deliverc
Shekhcrd! And now the congratulatio s .
Panhellenic Council is the coordinating body for all seven sororities on cam-
pus. It is composed of two delegates from each sorority, and its purpose is to
create and promote a harmonious spirit among the Greek organizations on
The council regulates Rush procedures, holds 21 workshop each Spring, and
gives an award to the sorority with the highest scholastic average for the year.
It also cooperates with the InteteFraternit-V Council in planning and sponsoring
ltGreck W eek."
Janet Sutton, president
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Gretchen Brooks Mariette Conzett Nancy Crow Pamela Dempsey
Pi Beta Phi Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta
Pat Goldsworthy Gloria E. Griffin, secretary Elisa Ledbetter Sallie Lutin, vice-president
Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi Kappa Kappa Gamma L Alpha Chi Omega
Mearl Meadors Connie Murphy Judi Nelson Georgia Phillips, treasurer
Pi Beta Phi Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta Chi Omega
Founded: De Pauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, 1 885.
Chapter: Alpha Gamma
President ............................ Marcia McElderry
Vice President ........................... Muiriel Hite
Secretary .................................. Bethe Word
Treasurer . . . . ........................... Arleen Olson
Marcia McElderry, president Pledge Trainer ............................. Marty Mills
a44aAa CAI Omega
IS ACTIVE IN PHILANTHROPIC PROJECTS
Among Alpha Chi Omegais philanthropic projects this year
are: Cerebral Palsy Day, working at the Bernalillo County In-
dian Hospital, and reading to the blind.
The social season started off with their annual Spring and
Winter Formal, and continued with the Mother-Daughter
Banquet, Father-Daughter Banquet, and Senior Brunch.
This year they placed second in the woments division of
Song Fest. During Homecoming they placed third in House
Decorations and their tioat took second. Judy Zanotti was
Homecoming Queen Attendant.
This yearis outstanding members are: Judy Christianson,
Mrs. Margaret Hassenplug, housemother, of Alpha Chi
Omega, is shown in her sitting room. Displayed at right is
her prized cup and saucer collection.
W esley Foundation Sect; Nancy Crow, Panhellenic Council;
Julie Dove, V arsity Cheerleader; Gayla Glascock, Phi Kappa
Phi; Karen Gribble, School of Pharmacy Secretary; Muiriel
Hite, VVaterlous Pres., New Mexico Union Publicity Chair
man; Fritzi Horne, Spurs; Judy Ismael, Spurs; Sally La Faver,
Spurs; Sallie Lutin, Panhellenic Council Vice pres.; Marcia
McElderry, Mortar Board, Co-Chairman 0f I.A.W.S. Con-
vention, Whok Who; Arleen Olson, AVVS President, Cam-
panas; Karen Quelle, VVhds Who, Mortar Board, author of
the novel, Who Overflows H eaveii ; Priscilla Smith, RallyCom
Sect; Judy Zanotti, Campanas.
Alpha Chis and their dates wait for the music to begin at their
Annual Winter Formal held at the Four Hills Country Club.
Abbott, Alling, Anderson, Bryce, Burmeister, Christianson, Crow, Cummins, Dove,
Judy Jane Ella Sue Betty Jean Bee Judy Nancy Helen Julie
Elder, Franzen, Gaby, Gaby, Gribble, Haile, Hite Horne, Ishmael,
Jane Jeanette Phyllis Jean Karen Manya Muriel Fritzi Judy
La Faver, Lane, Livingstone, Lutin, Olson, Quelle, Robinson, Rutledge, Shane,
Sally Sydney Beth Sallie Arleen Karen Nancy Carol nn Kay
Stith, Vidal, Wood, Word, Wyloge, Zanotti,
Waldene Jeanette Mona Bethe Roberta Judy
Barnett, Bloys, Burmeister, Camp, Cramp, Drake, Imbt, Jones, Joqes,
Sali Sandra Rita Patty Prudence Donna Norma Barbara MarJorie
Kuperus, Nicholson, Sheets, Smith, Summers, Vidal, Werner, Zanotyi,
Marilyn Joanne Mary Priscilla Martha Christine Rhonda Bonme
Gloria Grifhn, President
444;!Aa :Delta 701' Wns Spirit $ng
Alpha Delta Pi, singing the UNM Alma Mater and Fight
Song with Kappa Alpha, won first place in Spirit Sing.
This year Alpha Delta Pits social life included exchanges,
a dance given by the pledge class for all sorority and fraternity
pledges, the annual Christmas Dance, and the Blue Diamond
Alpha Delta Pi philanthropic projects in which they par-
ticipated were the crippled Childrelfs fund drive, a national
Alpha Delta Pi project; and their local Christmas project,
Toys for Tots.
Outstanding ADPi's on campus include: Paige Blackman,
Paper Doll Attendantelggg; Lorena Bramlett, MIRAGE
Editor, Campanas, editor, Outstanding Sophomore Woman
e19 59, I.A.VV.S. Arrangements Chairman; Lilly Constan,
Mrs. C. A. VViIIiams, housernother, arranges Howers for the dining table.
Founded: W esleyan College, Macon, Georgia, May, 1851
Alpha Nu Chapter
President .............................. Gloria E. Grifhn
Vice President .............................. Carol Rice
Secretary .............................. Donna W illiams
Treasurer ................................. Susan Hirsch
Head Majorette; Arlene Formhals, Majorette; Pat Golds-
worthy, MIRAGE Class Editor, Ir. Delegate t0 Panhellenic;
Cynthia Graham, Honors Program; Gloria Grifhn, ths
W ho, Senior Class Vice-President, Rodey, Fiesta Co-Chair-
man, Panhellenie Council Secretary; Eve Lally, Membership
Selection Chairman-Spurs, Honors Program; Karen Mork,
Spurs, Cultural Committee; Marti Mullins, Spurs, MIRAGE
staff; Carol Rice, Campanas, Honors Program, Homecomin
CO-Chairman, Fiesta Variety Show Chairman, W .R.A. Sec-
retary; Anabel Stafford, University Band and Orchestra, Pub
lieity Chairman-Young Democrats, MIRAGE staff; Pegg
Strattou, Hokoua Hall Standards Committee Secretary; Jo-
Ann Tate, MIRAGE Faculty Editor; Mary Lee W eldon,
MIRAGE Index Editor.
Children of Alpha Delta Pi alums enjoy the annual Christmas party given b
Blackman, Paige Constan, Lilly Dunn, Charlene Dunn, Marilyn Formhals, Arlene Goldsworthy, Pat Grenko, Marianne
-. . . , 7 . . , wmwm m
Hirsch, Susan Lally, Eve Maky, Jo Ann Mork, Karen Muller, Thea Mullins, Marti Nash, Abbie
Rice, Carol Tate, Jo Ann Weldon, Mary Lee Williams, Donna Yoder, Bernie
Burton, Betty Butterfield, Kathie Conley, Mary Ann Graham, Cynthia Herrick, Caitilin Johnson, Chris
Kaufman, Polly Robison, Marcella Ruggles, Millie Ryan, Julia Sallee, Elizabeth Sherer, Valerie Smith, Karen
Statford, Anabel Stratton, Peggy Winter, Diane
Founded: 1 89 5, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Pi Gamma Chapter
President ................................ Diana Darnall
Vice President ......................... Anola W hoolery
Secretary .............................. Georgia Phillips
Treasurer ............................. Eileen Hutchison
Pledge Trainer ................................ Lil W aid
Diana Darnall president
WINS SWEEPSTAKES IN SONG FEST
Pi Gamma 0f Chi Omega had a busy year in 1959. Sorority
honors included: second place in Stunt Night, third place
in the Fiesta booth contest, third place in Kappa Sigma Spirit
Day, second place in Spirit Sing, second place in Homecom-
ing House Decorations and Sweepstakes in Song Fest.
Traditions continued With the annual White Formal din-
ner and dance, the Senior Breakfast, and the Pledge Dance.
Civic projects included gifts for St. Anthonyts Orphanage
and working with the New Mexico Rehabilitation Center.
Outstanding members are: Io Ellen Briscoe, Rodey The-
atre; Nfadge Canoyer, Spurs; Lyn Coupland, Sigma Alpha
Iota; Janna Daniels, Varsity Cheerleader, NROTC Color
Girl; Diana Darnall, NIortar Board, Phi Alpha Theta, AW S
vice presAVhds W ho; Carole Elkins, Homecoming Queen
attendant, Pi Lambda Theta; Eileen Hutchison, Phi Gamma
Mrs. Lucille Walton, housemother, writes
out her plan of action for the day.
Nu; Pat Layton, Spurs; Pat Lewis, Spurs; Patsy Martin, Rallye
Com pres.; Mary Carole M ay, Head Varsity Cheerleader; Mare
Cia McCall, Newman Center sect; Georgia Phillips, Panhel-
lenic Council treas.; Royal Phillips, Mirage Art Editor; Peggy
Pick, Kappa Omicron Phi, Student Affairs Committee; Patty
Pick, Pi Lambda Theta, W 110,3 Who, Senior Class secretary;
Pat Reeves, Spurs, Phi Gamma Nu; Judy Rode, Campanas;
Sandy Smith, Phi Gamma Nu; Gwen Spear, Student Senate
Credentials Committee; Marilyn Teas, Student Bar Associa-
tion; Janice Teed, Phi Gamma Nu, Mortar Board president,
W 110,3 W ho, Student Council, Commerce Council; Lil
VVaid, VV.R.A. State pres., Pi Lambda Theta; Billie Jean
Williams, Spurs pres, Recording Secretary for Student Coun-
cil, honors program.
Hallelujah chorus took second in Stunt Night.
Bonifield, Bresenham, Burt, Canoyer, Conzett, Coupland, Elkins, Gilleran, Heath, Hutchison,
Carolyn Nancy Barbara Madge Mariette Lyn Carole Elaine Alison Eileen
Layton, Lewis, Martin, May, McCall, McDowell, Nordin, Parsons Perkins, Phillips,
Patricia Pat Patsy Mary Carole Marcia Jan Helen Carol Sue Sherrill Georgia
Phillips, Pick, Pick, Reeves, Rickman, Rode, Rosier, Ruggles, Smith, Speer,
Royal Patty Peggy Pat Ardene Judith Suann Nancy Judi Kay Gwen
Steen, Teed, Weichman, Whelen, Whoolery, Williams, Williams,
Alison Janice Carole Jean Anola Bille Jean Judy
Adams, Bebber, Bivins, Booth, Cheetham, Claus, Cline, Daniels, Hubby,
Lynda Nina Nancy Lee Francie Connie Judy Janna K Ann
Karatens, Kilgore, Kuntz, Mims, Parker, Runge, Seale, Shaulis, Short,
Kristina Glenna Dina Nelda Sue Rosemary Judith Carolyn Susan Phyllis
Sloan, Smith, Steinburger, Stephenson, Vescovi, Williams,
Elizabeth Anne Sandra Vera Judy Julia Gale
Founded: Thanksgiving Eve, 1888, Boston University
Phi Delta Chapter
President .................................. Dawn Fritz
V ice President .............................. Patty Beaty
Secretary ........................ Annette Benninghoven
Treasurer . ............................. Sharon Hopper
Corresponding Secretary ................... Barbe Rodgers
Dawn Fritz, president
:belta 13elta $elta
TAKES SWEEPSTAKES IN HOMECOMING HOUSE DECORATIONS
The Tri Deltas won the Sweepstakes award for 1959 Home
coming house decorations with their 10-foot package of Kent
Cigarettes entitled 8VVe Kent do without you alums? Decoe
rations this year were based on television programs and
In the Spring of 1959 the Phi Delta Chapter also won the
Campus Chest Trophy for the third consecutive year.
On Delta Delta Deltais party list this year were the Pine
France, the Pansy Ring Breakfast for Graduating Seniors, and
the Founder's Day Banquet, which was not only in observance
of Founders Day, but also celebrated the tenth anniversary
of Phi Delta Chapter being 011 UNM campus.
Outstanding Tri Deltas are: Dawn Fritz, VVhoE XVho, StUe
dent Council, 1959 Campus Chest Chairman; Patty Beaty,
SEA vice pres; Annette Bcnninghoven, A'Iiragc Greek Editor,
Cultural Committee, Pi Lambda Theta; Janet Hoyt, Tau Beta
Mrs. Mabel Findell, housemother, is shown checking the
Sigma, pres; Angela Amorous, Cardinal Ball Queen Attend-
ant, Varsity Cheeleader, RallyCOm Vice pres; Pamela Demp-
sey, Student Senate Chief Clerk; hilargaret Ambruster, Spurs,
VVaterlous; Gail Carlson, N. M. Union Board; Sydney
Dahlen, Spurs, Waterlous; Nancy Dill, Spurs, UNM Chorus
see; Judy Miller, Spurs sec.; E. J. Peaker, Spurs, Crystal Ball
Queen 19 59, Varsity Cheerleader, Popularity Ball Attendant
1960; Gerry Rasor, Spurs, Sophomore Class vice pres, 1960
Fiesta Committee Chairman, Freshman Seminar Co-leader,
1959 A.F.R.O.T.C. Queen; Margaret Stevens, Spurs; Janet
Haney, Phi Gamma Nu; Diane T 1101113011, Spurs, treas, Pub-
lications Board; Mary Lou W atson, Home EC. Club, treas.;
Barbara Rodgers, 1960 Fiesta see; Annette Brixncr, dorm
wing pres; Dorthy Dustman, Swimming Team, VVaterlous;
Jean Lotton, Swimming Team, capt; Julie Sadlek, Frosh
Sure-Ere way to bring a dust storm.
Ambruster, Amorous, Benninghoven, Crittenden , Dahlen, Dempsey,
Margaret Angela Annette G l Gale Sydney Pamela
Elsbrock, Frost, Giersbach, Haney, Hoyt, Losey, Miller, Moutray,
Mary Ellen Bobbie Jean Susan Janet Janet Elaine Judy Dona
Rasor, Rodgers, Stevens, Thompson, Tittman, Watson ,
Gerry Barbara Margaret Diane Lynn Mary Lou
Brixner, Dustman, EIsbrock, Ford, Grigsby, Haines, LaDue,
Annette Dorothy Ruth Ann Carolyn Jean Julie Jan
Lawton, Lanning, Magee, McQuaid, Needham, Pace, Raglin,
Jean Tonette Nancy Sally Shirley Pat Carolyn
Redfern, Sadilek, Sannella, Westfall, Yates,
Rosalind Julie Maria Jean Joan Dare
Founded: January, 1870, Dc Pauw University, Greencastle,
Gamma Omicron Chapter
President ............................. Nancy Terwilliger
V ice President ............................ Lori Dwinell
Recording Secretary ................... Mary XVOOdward
Corresponding Secretary ..................... Jana Sayner
NancyTerwilliger,president Treasurer ................................. Jane Barbee
Jappa 04IPAQ gAeta
TAKES HIGH HONORS IN SPIRIT DAY
First place honors in Spirit Day went to the Thetas this year
with Ann Barnes winning the Miss Legs and Ankles contest
and Karolyn Magill was crowned Miss Spirit Day.
On Kappa Alpha Theta's party list this year were the Baby
Triad, a winter formal, the Spring Triad, the Father and
Daughter Dinner, 21 Founderst Day Banquet, and a Senior
Philanthropy projects included reading to handicapped
members, making favors for hospital trays, and collecting
food for a Christmas basket for a needy family.
Outstanding Thetas on campus include: Ann Barnes, Miss
Legs and Ankles; Jane Barbee, Kappa Omicron Phi pres.;
Lette French, Spurs; Joan Julian, Kappa Alpha Rose Attend-
ant; Karolyn Magill, Miss Spirit Day; Nancy Mayland, Spurs,
Student Senate; Madeline McDaniel, Hokona Treasurer;
Connie Murphy, Mortar Board, Theta Sigma Phi pres., Phi
Alpha Theta; Iudi Nelson, SAE Little Sister of Minerva; Pat
Nickle, Kappa Phi pres.; Gail Russell, Campanas, Homecom-
ing committee Chairman, Fiesta committee Chairman, PKA
Dream Girl; Beth Skidmore, Esquire Club Girl of the Month;
Martha Terwilliger, Spurs, Student Nursing Club vice pres.;
Nancy Terwilliger, Whots Who, Mortar Board Historian,
Phi Sigma sect, A.VV.S. Judicial Board Chairman; Karen
W inston, Ski Club vice pres., Student Senate; Mary W 00d-
ward, Theta Sigma Phi, Young Democrats Club treas.
Mrs. Nell Manning, houselnother, examines one of the trees
in the 'l'hetais exotic Japanese Garden.
South of the border.
Alford, Barbee, Bishop, Bradley, Canady, Edelmon, Fussell, Grubbs, Hammond,
Ann Jane Susan Anne Marilyn Jan Jane Judie Bonnie
Henry, Julian, Mayland, McGuire, Murphy, Nelson, Nelson, Nickle, Randall,
Maureen Joan Nancy Phyllis Lonme J udi Wendy B. Patricia J. Ann
Jana Kristi Diane Beth Martha Karen Mary Elizabeth Ann
Sayner, Schirm, Schulze, Skidmore, Terwilliger, Winston, Woodward,
Anderson, Barnes, Belka, Blair, Bradley, Childs, Cole, Gillespie,
Monica Celestia Ann Lynne Jean Gregg Mary Ellen Sarah Lynn Helen Victoria Frances
Haas, Horstmann, Howard, Knight, Koogler, Lugenbeel, Magill, McCormick,
Laurie Beverly Kathi Janice Margaret Vicki Karolyn Anna
McDaniel, McMillin, Oxnard, Powers, Woodin,
Madeline Linda Caroline Penny Nancy
Founded: Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois, 1870
Gamma Beta Chapter
President ................................... Alice Blue
V ice President .......................... Harriet Gerding
Secretary ............................... Susan Seligman
Treasurer .............................. Terry Jane Gray
Pledge Trainer ............................... Tara Cain
Alice Blue, president
Jappa Jappa gamma
REIGNS SUPREME IN ROYALTY THIS YEAR
Among the Kappa royalty are Linda Bureau, Sigma
Chi Sweetheart; Judy Dodd, Popularity Queen Attendant;
Frankye Ernest, SAE Sweetheart; Patty Howard, 1959 Fiesta
Queen; Nancy Wall, SAE Sweetheart Attendant; and Ione
Zimmerman, who was crowned 1959 Homecoming Queen.
Kappa Kappa Gamma's social season was highlighted by the
Christmas Formal, the Baby Triad, the Spring Triad, the
Kappa-Pi Phi picnic, the KappaeChi Omega slumber party,
and the Kappa-Kappa Sig orphanage party at Christmas.
Outstanding members of Kappa Kappa Gamma are: Ruth
Ballenger, XVhds Who, AWS pres., Mortar Board, Phi
Gamma Nu; Jo Anne Turner Bankston, Spurs; Alice Blue,
Mrs. Evelyn Reed, housemother, is shown ready for the first pil-
low fight in the living mom of the newly decorated Kappa House.
Who's Who, Student Court; Ann Blue, Freshman Class sec.-
treas., NSA; Patty Burke, Spurs; Carol Carter, Sub Direce
torate; Judy Dodd, Spurs, Sophomore Class treas.; Harriet
Loken Gerding, Phi Gamma Nu; Judy Gumm, Campanas,
Sub Directorate Vice Chmn.; Judy Harlacker, Campanas; Gayle
Hudgens, Honors Program, NSA; Kate Jacobson, VVhds
Who, Mortar Board; Kay Kaderli, Honors Program; Millie
Salyer, Spurs; Susan Seligman, Sub Art Director, Who's W ho;
Anna Jane Sitton, Publications Board; Janet Sutton, Panhel-
lenic pres.; Barbara Sturges, Union Board Games Chairman;
Nancy Wall, Student Council, see, Honors Program, Cam-
panas, Beta Alpha; Suzanne W ayland, Spurs Vice pres.
Look whds in the zoo . . . Kappa pledges have last laugh.
Ballenger, Bankston, Brown, Bureau, Burke, Cain, Chadil, Cramer, Crouch,
Ruth Jo Anne Barbara Linda Patty Tara Carol Carol Katie
Dodd, Earnest, Gerding, Gray, Gumm, Hall, Harlacker, Hoeke, Horton,
Judy Frankye Harriet Terry Jane Judy Kathleen Judy Barbara Rebecca
Jacobson, Ledbetter, McCormick, Meiering, Salyer, Seligman, Sitton Smith, Snider,
Kate Elissa Peggy Ruth Millie Susan Anna Jane Shelby Nancy Jo
Sturges, Sutton, Wall, Wayland, Zimmerman,
Barbara Janet Nancy Suzanne Ione
Bancroft, Blue, Boose, Connor, Danfelser, Dorris, Hayes,
Barbara Ann Ann Joanna Kathleen Priscilla Karen Judy
Hudgens, Jenkins, Kaderli, Klinikowski, Langell, McCormick, Morris,
Gayle Susan Kay Gayle Karen Kathryn Sydney Nancy
Thompson, Whiteside, Williams,
Beverly Almira Joye Louise
Founded: Monmouth College, Monmouth, 111., 1870
President ................................ Janet Jenkins
Vice President ........................... Kathie Gilbert
Recording Secretary ........................ Sarah Novak
Treasurer ................................ Irene Abaskin
Corresponding Secretary ................... Trish Crowley
Janet Jenkins, president Pledge Trainer ........................... Honey Wilder
70; Em ?A-
MOTHERfS CLUB HONORS PLEDGES AND GIVES
The Motherfs Club honored the pledges with a tea and
gave a Christmas party for the chapter. The Pi Phifs social
calendar also featured a fall picnic with Kappa Kappa Gamma,
the annual Christmas Formal, and the Baby Triad and Spring
Triad with Kappa Alpha Theta and Kappa Kappa Gamma.
They also had a pledge banquet and a Founder's Day Banquet.
Honors taken by the Pi Phifs this year include first place in
Homecoming House Decorations, first place in Song Fest,
second place in Spirit Day and third place in Spirit Sing. Last
spring they placed second in the Campus Chest Drive.
The Pi Phi community service projects include reading to
Mrs. Velva Rhymes, housemother, displays a screen
made by Patsy Bragg and Carol Cottle in art education.
It is made of natural leaves pressed between waxed
CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR CHAPTER
a handicapped student and giving a Christmas party for St.
Outstanding Pi Phifs are: Irene Abaskin-Phi Gamma Nu;
Sandra Abraham-VVest Junior College All-Star Queen; Vicki
Branchehflortar Board, W ho's W ho, Phi Alpha Theta;
Gretchen BrookseVarsity cheerleader; Trish Crowley-Cam-
panas; Pat Dalbey-Mortar Board, Phi Alpha Theta; Simmie
Gibson, Cultural Committee, Stu. Chrmn.; Janet Jenkinsw
Mortar Board, W lids Who; Jackie King-Student Standards;
Kay KysareCultural Committee; Mary McCord-President
CCUN; Ian Stowe-Spurs; Sandra Taulbee-Spurs; Honey
XVilder-Whok W ho, Student Council.
These Pi Phifs 100k pleased at finishing the HMaverick Theme" which won them first place in Home-
coming house decorations.
Abaskin, Irene Bigelow, Natalie Branch, Vicki Brooks Brooks, Gretchen Coll, Janis Crowley, Trish Gibson, Simmie Gilbert, Kathie
Harrison, Susan Hays, Roberta Hougen, Helen Jontz, Jeannie King, Jackie Kysar, Katherine McCord, Blanche Meadors, Merl
Nottrott, Judith A. Novak, Sarah Palmer, Diane Rose. Betty Sacra, Sue Stapp, Jan Stowe, Jan Taulbee, Sandra
Wiebell, Lynne Wilder, Joann
Abraham, Sandra Arthurs. J'nita Bragg, Patsy Burleson, Linda Corsmeier, Marilyn Cottle, Carole Cummings, Cherill Dale, Sharon Farrington, Janet
Garcia, Yvonne Kelly, Margaret Ann Lackey, Judy Naughton, Penny Schrom, Pamela S. Thomas, Judy Volpato. Carolyn Worley, Lanita
Founded: h lay 4, 1938
President ................................. Patty Gibson
First V ice President ....................... Joyce Neuber
Second V ice President .................... Mary XVishard
Recording Secretary ...................... Sandra Fosslcr
Corresponding Secretary ..................... Kay Davis
PattyCibson,prcsidcnt Treasurer .................................. Jean XVeld
Town Club was founded as a social organization for U.N.M.
girls living in Albuquerque. Its purpose is to create a more
democratic spirit among women students and to encourage
participation in educational, social, and student activities by
Town Club members. Town Clubts colors are orchid and
gold, and its flower is the Iris. Rush parties are held at the
beginning of each semester, and membership is invitational.
Traditional Town Club activities include the Kidnap
Breakfast, Mothers Club Christmas Party, Winter Formal,
and Spring Founders Day Banquet and dance. Other social
activities this year were a MothereDaughtcr Banquet and :1
Town Club 00111munity service projects are the Albuquere
que Association for Retarded Children fund drive, decorating
a Christmas tree for the Bcrnahllo County Indian Hospital,
Patty Gibson crowns Susan Johnson, Queen of the Town Club Winter Formal. Looking 011 are attend-
ants, Jean Weld 0er and Sylvia Wilson.
and reading to a blind boy on campus.
Campus activities in which Town Club participates are
Spirit Day, Homecoming parade, Song Fest, and Stunt Night.
Town Clubbers active on campus are: Sally Bridges,
XV.R.A. Pres; Dee Cargo, Pi Lambda Theta; Retta Cutler,
Pi Lambda Theta; Kathrync Davis, Spurs; Becky Duke, Ni-
rage Royalty Editor; Marlys Duran, Mortar Board, Theta
Sigma Phi, Whos Who; Sandra Fosslcr, Pi Lambda 'l'heta;
Pat Gerety, Pi Lambda Theta; Patty Gibson, Pi Lambda
Theta, Phi Alpha Theta, VVhds Who; Carmen Hinsou,
Mirage staH; Joyce Neuber, Campanas; Anna Roberts, Spurs,
I.R.C. Sect; Nancy Bohlander, Campanas, 'l'heta Sigma Phi;
Mary W ishard, Campanas, Student Standards Committee.
Town Club is sponsored by Miss Elizabeth Elder.
Town Clubbers seem to think napkinvstufhng is
Ball, Jerrie Bohlander, Nancy Cutler, Retta Davis, Kathryne Duran, Marlys Eaton, La Rue Fossler, Sandra
Frederich, Shirley Gerety, Patricia Ann Gilmlan, Nancy Graham, Kay Hinchman, Patricia Hinson, Carmen Holman, Janet
Jennette, Evelyn Johnson, Susan Klossen, Betty Neuber, Joyce Pollock, Betty Ann Roberts, Anna Dell Vandetti, Sharon
Van Etten, Sally Weld, Jean Wilson, Sylvia Wishard, Mary
Boyd, Betty J0 Hunt, Karen Miller, Sheila Parker, Janice Rice, Hazel Sucharda, Sharon
Smith, Sylvia Tarbell, Margaret Waldorf, Karen
Summer Ijleatre ,59
The purpose of Summer Theatre is to fulfill the need for productions when the University Theatre has
completed its run, and to offer energetic and willing students an opportunity for intensive, practical theatre
During the eight weeks season four shows were produced: ttClaudiaX, hOn Borrowed Time," ttKind Ladf
and ttUnder the Gaslight."
Summer Theatre was directed by Mr. George Stoughton, who was assisted by Mr. Richard Thompson.
Members of the cast were:
Adele Gallegos, Leon Hawn, Jeanne Iayroe, Diane
Klingc, Steve Marlowe, William Pappas, Judi
Smith and Judith Burke.
tAON BORROVVED TIME"
Members of the cast were:
Reggie Storment, William Pappas, Judi Smith,
Jimmy Ning, Nancy Cottburg, Mary Ellen Smith,
K. Scott McCoy and Johnnie Saiz.
Members of the Cast were:
Judith Burke, Diane Klinge, Jane Bode, Rebecea
Valdez, Dan XVeaver, Leon Hawn7 Martha MC-
Culloch and Caroline Oxnard.
ttUNDER THE GAS LIGHT?
Members of the cast were:
Leon Hawn, K. Scott McCoy, Steve Marlowe,
Kathy Riley, Nancy Cottburg, Jane Bode, Rebecea
Valdez, Gloria GrifEn and Richard Kovash.
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Beauty as we feel it is something indescribable: what it is or
what it means can never be said.
A sure Sign of Spring . . .
. is the appearance of the Drawing Class, complete with sketch pad and chalk,
under every tree on the Fine Arts lawn.
Raymond Jonson, professor emeritus in art at UNM, is
shown with a pen and ink sketch self-portrait done in 1949.
Mr. Jonson was one of the 13 local artists exhibiting under
the title ttAlbuquerqueN in the Great Jones Gallery in New
York this year. The importance of Jonson and his work was
described in a folder put out by the Great Iones Gallery and
printed in Art News, national art publication, which speaks of
the University as the Cultural focus of the City, and attributes
Jonson with being the factor most responsible for encouraging
the intense productivity and high level of professionalism
found here by ottering young Albuquerque artists one-man
shows in his gallery, which is located near the UN M campus.
The UNM Art Department is well-known through-
out the country. Courses are offered in drawing, paint-
ing, sculpture, two and three dimensional design, and
crafts and commercial art-jewelry, lettering, textiles,
and ceramics. A course dealing with the techniques and
methods of etching, lithography, and woodcut is also
available; and several Honors seminars are taught by the
The Art Department faculty was featured in several
shows this year. Some were exhibited in the New B lex-
ieo Union Gallery, while Lez L. Haas, chairman of the
department, appeared in a one man show at the Palace
of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco. Dr. Haas
and Ralph Lewis were represented in the Great Iones
Gallery show in New York, also.
Recently the department sponsored a national in-
V'itational crafts exhibit in Botts Memorial Hall. at
which craftsmen were selected for excellence in their
Raymond Jonson, professor emeritus in art.
0460W to fAe Gne- $4ct5
Directed by Patricia Denzlcr
Emma ............... . . V . Rosetta Flippin
Ivan . V . . ., ...... Dick Houston
THE 3 IISFIT"
Directed by Judith Burke
George Cochran. V , . V ....... Preston Jones
Angel 1 .................... Priscilla Smith
Angel 2 . , . . V . . , , . , . . . , . , Randolph Picrcc
: Devil ......... . . . ........ K. Von G611:
mI'HE BALD SOPRANCT
Directed by Marty McGuirc
Mrs. Smith . . V V .......... Priscilla Smith
Mr. Smith ,. ............... XValfcr Stcpp
Mrs. Martin .................. Jeanne Iayroe
Mr. Martin ..................... Cris Curran
SIMPLE SIMOB ',
Directed by Gene Yell
Simplc Simon ................. Johnny Saiz
Queen ...................... Priscilla Smith
Princess ...................... Jeanne Jayme
King ......................... Robert Baca
Royal washcr-woman ............ Annc Bradley
Dress ....................... Lorelei Capitol
Nightshirt .................. Marty McGuire
Long Underwear ................. Jim Taylor
Ea: , kja'storie alu Solalat ,, anal qule Jpollo ofBellac"
uIJHISTOIRE DU SOLDAT"
Directed by Edwin Snapp
Rcadcr .................... Marty McGuire
'I'hc Soldier ................ lay Kozikowski
The Devil . . . . . . ............. Jim 'l'aylor
The Princess . . , E . . . . . . . . . E, I Pcakcr
Couvcrsing about the play are left to right: Kurt Frederick,
Orchestra Conductor; Edwin Snapp, Director; and E I.
WFHE APOLLO OF BELLAC"
Directed by Edwin Snapp
Agnes ...................... JoEllen Briscoc
'l'hcrcse .................... Nancy Gottburg
The Clerk .................... Edwin Coffcc
'l'hc Frenchman ............... XVilliam Lang
The President ................... Leon Haxm
The Vice President ............. Preston Jones
The Chairman of the Board . . . .K. Scott McCoy
Directed by Gene Yell
Lady Xlzlthcson .............. IoEllcn Briscoe
Mrs. Railt011 Bcll . , . . . . . V . . . V Priscilla Smith
Miss Vcncham . . ..... Ioscphinc Roybal
Doreen ...................... Peggy Lewis
Mr. Fowler ....... . . , . . . . . ,Robcrt Baca
. Mrs. Shankland . . . , . V V V Vargc Fowler
Miss Cooper . . . . . , . . , , . . . . . . . Anne Snow
Mr. Malcolm . V V . . ....... , Cris Curran
Major Pullock . . V . . Vi11inm Lang
Miss RailtonBcH . . . . . . V . Icamlc Jayme
Bands at the University Of New
Mexico consist of the Marching
Band, the Concert Band, and the
XV 111d Ensembles. The Marching
Band performs at all home foot-
ball games and makes one Outeof-
town trip with the football team, T
this year to Tucson for the A11-
zonanNM game. 111 past years
the band has performed 111 Don-
ver, El Paso, Laramie, and other
cities 111 the Skyline Conference.
Ninetyesix members make up the
UNM Marching Band. Twirlers
are Lily Constan and Arlene
F01111hals. Ross Ramsey is the
The UNM Concert Band is one
of the outstanding bands 111 the
Southwest. The group gives three
major campus concerts each sea-
son and makes biennial tours of
the state playing in major high
schools. This group performs the
Everyone looks different before a band trip.
Elicst of wind instrument literature;
and 111 19562111136316d21tthc 1V 111sic EduC
Gators National Conference 111 St.
Louis. The band is composed largely of
New Mexico students but 11215 students
from 14 other statcs.
A11 adjunct 0f the Concert Band is
the 11211112110 Dance Band, one of the
best collegiate stage bands 111 the C011111
11'. Fanfare gives 2111 21111111211 jazz show
featuring 011C of thc natiouys outstand-
ing jazz artists. This year's guest is
B11dd1' Collette, jazz woodwind artist.
A 1011011 raised by this concert is used for
1 scholarships for 5 outstanding fresh-
111011 music 111211015 111 the areas of
strings, piano, VOiCC, woodwinds, and
E21611 year, outstanding women band
1 111611111613 2116 invited to 10111 Tau Beta
I Sigma, 110110121117 112111d fraternity for
3 WOIHCH. This 17621115 1116111bcrs WCIC:
1 Martha Beauchamp, 811111 Bridges,
1 121116t E11115, 12111et Hoyt, BC1'C111' K1'1101,
1V 111111 10 Seibert, Nancy W 121111.
UNVI Majorcttes. LL'ft to right: L111 Constan, t11111L-r; Ross RHIHSC-X'. d111111 11121101;
1 Arlene F0111111als, 11111161.
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Rose Guticrrcz, Gwen Sasaki, 106 Bcatty. 101111 Dalton, 10 A1111 Tate, 101111 Otero, 1111121 LCC Clark, Cheryl Cunningham, 103611111116 Cordova, Norma Marr,
Martha Beauchmnp. Alto Clarinets: Mac 101165, V'Iargaret 111112111, Martha Swain. Bass C1arinct: Benjamin 121131111110, Robert Roudon, Robert Gracie, Becky
Thornton. Contra Bass Clarinet: Linda GOCkC. Alto Saxophones: 112111611 D01'6,L21111 S11ects,Da1'id K1L11eh11C1L1 Da1id 1V1001'C.TC1101' Sax0p11011cs:K21y
Fcrrin, Ulysses McElyCa. Baritone Saxophone: D2111 Ep1e1r. '1'111111pets: Duke P161, 12ick 11yatt,C01d011 P11151011',Rich211d B631161121111p, 1101 11C211d,A1'2111 VVCSt-
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B10111C,1211116$ Vorcnberg 132111101165: V1311'10 SLi11C1t, 101111 1111s1e1,Kcn11cth K111g.Basses:Al:111 1111611C1, A112111 Da11s, 101111 Serr1, Bi11 Pog11c,Ra1ph Vlarsh,
Itrcd Hirsch, Mistcc Thompson. String Bass: Pctcr Schocnfcld. Percussion: Sally LaFmer,R1yBarrCras,G61ard H2111L1, Leslie Leach, Gail MLCutchcon, Ross
Ramsey 121111L's 1,1110111to11 VVood11111dInstruLtor.1311163 VVl11t10w, B12133 Instructor.
'l'he UNM Oratorio Choir and the UNM Orchestra combined for the Christmas performance of 'I'UE CHILDHOOD OF CHRIST by Hector Berlioz.
Companions of music
The Choral program at the University Of New Mexico, under the direction of Charles
W . Davis, was organized into three major ensembles: the Oratorio Chorus, the A Cap-
pella Choir of approximately 60 select voices, and the Madrigal Singers-a group of
twelve highly selected voices. At Christmas time, these ensembles combined with the
UNM Orchestra for the performance of THE CHILDHOOD OF CHRIST by Hee-
Each of the choral groups has presented many concerts for University and civic ore
ganizations. Among them was the program presented by the A Cappclla Choir for the
All-State group 011 January 30, 1960. Their first Annual Tour is planned by the chair for
late in the spring.
Fanfare Chorus: Row 1 t1, to rj: Bonnie Rhodes, Ann Rutledge, Lynn Copeland, Matalie Wham, Marilyn
Temple, Sunny Lu Peer. Row 2: Lee Seligman, Alex Montoya, Jeanette French, Jean Lewis, Linda Dunson,
Vera Cordova, Stan Thomas, Michael Ning. Row 3: Ioe Keith, lack Morris, Doug Carmichael, John Denny,
Ioe Fry, Bob Langley, John Bailey, H. T. Payne, Iim Arnot.
Madrigal Singers: First row U. to IA: Irma 190peano, Linda Dunson, Joy Rotton, Matalic Wham, Vaughn
Ramsey, Marilyn Temple Second row: Dr. Charles Davis, Loren Carrctson, Clinton Vayhcw, Kimcrick
IIayncr, Robert Langley, XVilliam Renfm.
Row 1 U. to rj: Isabel Miller, lean Lewis, Celia XVcber, Nancy Dill, Marjorie Ramos, Judy 'l'urano, Kristen XVoolf, Nancy Robinson, Joy
Rotten, Liz Ann Sallee, Nancy VViant, Joan Dare Yates, Jeanne XVilliams, Helen Wilde, Kate Hunt, Linda VValdmp, Margaret Bandcka. Row
2: Mary Ann Copeland, Linda Dunson, Tina Karstens, Lynda Adams, Grace Stringer, Ann Marie Remlcy, Julie Ilaincs, Sylvia Houston, Elaine
Loscy, Matalie Wham, Vaughn Ramsey, Karen Hingley, Janie C011, Marilyn Temple, Karen Albach, Beverly Kynor. Row 3: Ann Bornstcin,
Lcc Seligman, Floyd Haber, Alex Montoya, Iohn Donny, Dcc Woolf, Duke Pier, Harold Bram, Iohn Bailey, Allen Cooper, Juan Coonsis,
Margaret Davisson, Barbara Chavez, Patricia Alexander. Row 4: Richard Arthun, Joe Bob Tillotson, Reynaldo Chavez, Loren Garretson,
XVilliam Dory, Alan VestfaH, Kimcrick Hayner, Robert Langley, Bill chfm, Stan Thomas, Michael Ning, Sunny Lu Pccr, Rose Angela Ellis.
The Modern Dance W'orkshop is sponsored by the Depart
ment of Health and Physical Education for XVomen. rFhe stue
dents supplement their Class work with night dance Classes.
Accompanied by select members of the XVorkshop, Elizzt
beth W aters presided as master of the dance at 3 Symposium
at Poly-technical Institute in Rudley, Louisiana, on April 6.
They returned to resume rehearsal for the spring concert which
was given on May 1.
MWW Summer CrcAestra
Sponsorcd by tho Associated Students, thc UNM 81111111101 Orchestra prescntcd several S11111111cr Fare Concerts 1111111161 the stars" 111 front of the Ac11111'111'stmt1'0n
Violins: 10yce 1011115011, Donald C1auscr, Kathie Locsch, 3121111511 Miller, 11111 1301111611, 811111011 Cadenhcad, C3101 '1'11rpc11, Alice Robberson, Sandra chstrom,
Ron S11'iggcr, Patricia Mchrncy, 1011 1111311015, FlOFCIICC Conway, Carolyn Scale, 1011 Dc B21021, 101d311 Richman, Kathryn Davis, 1111116 Sicglitz. C0111: Cynthia
Graham, 111dy Turano, Richard Brewer, 511211011 Sucharda, 82111111116 N111111311y, Kay Shaffer, P3111 McEwen, 101111 RandaH. 17101215: Patricia K1assen, Emily Sanchez,
Micheal 1121112, 12111103 Amot. Basses: D011 Donadio, Steve Edgel, Elizabeth Cheers, 1c2111 Grigsby, Karl 101165. Flutes: Richard Van Dongcn, Camilla Xthclcr.
Obocsz Robert O'Boyle, Mac 101165. Clarinets: 106 Bob '1'1110t5011, Charles Atkinson. Bassoon: Carolyn Randall, Martha Bcauchamp. French Horns: 11. T. Payne,
1Vaync Sharp, Elliot Higgins, Charles Davenport. 'I'rumpets: Cordon Purs10w, Troy Heard, Scott Ramsey. '1'r0111bo11cs: '1'0111 Kelley, 101111 C11cct113111, 12111165
Richards. 11111113111: Raymond Barreras. Organ: 1aI11cs Galloway. Conductor: Kurt Frederick.
Outstanding performances by the UNM Orchestra included a performance of Gustav 131211110115 Fourth Symphony 111 0016-
bration ofhishundredthbirt11day;anda perfonnance 0f Mozarfs 1113011 Giovanni" in collaboration with the UNM Opera
The UNIVERSI'I'Y PROGRAM SERIES
each year brings world famous artists to UNh I.
Featured this year were the following: Hall 1101-
brook, The 13311113101121 Choir, Shai K. Ophir,
JOYCE CRENFELL, featured
in iiGcncvieve" 21nd H'l'he Belles
of St 'l'rinians," is actress, mimic.
and comedicnnc. XVincheH says:
WIth host England has sent us
since Noel Coward, Gertrude
Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie."
I 131 Holbrook
IIAL HOLBROOK, featured in LIFE magazine last year, brings hack America's
greatest humorist in his presentation of iiMark Twain 'l'onight," a dramatic re-
creation of a Mark Twain lecture appearance. Mr. IIolbrook's opening at the
Mt St. Theater in New York brought rave reviews from the critiesgiiSPELL-
BINDING EVENING OF Eer'ER'IiAINhIEN'I'."eN. Y. Mirror; HUN-
CANNY. A DAZZLING DISPLAY OF VIRTUOSITY."-'the New Yorker;
iiOne 0f the biggest surprises in the New York 'I'hcater this season."-vas-
week. H'I'IIE CRI'I'ICS XVENT XVILDI'eAssociatcd Press.
SAL SALVADOR received the PLAYBOY MAGAZINE First Place
Award in both the solo guitar and small combo categories.
Edw; XVceks, Sal Salvador and his jazz quarv
tot, IO 0 Grcnfell, and the New York Brass
Quintet. The series of lectures and concerts is
sponsored by the Cultural Committee.
SHAI K. OPIIIR, actor, mime, and comedian, has become 311 inter
national sensatio . 'l'his Israeli artist, in 193;, newly arrived in New
York, was bookcd for hve appearances 0n the Steve Allen show.
EDWARD XVEEKS, the brilliant editor of THE ATLANTIC
MONTHLY. He keeps abreast of trends in current literature by
reading over 30 million words 21 year.
The PAMPLONA CHOIR from Spain, now 011 its second American
The NEW YORK BRASS QUINTET. 'l'hc repertoire for this delightful tour, performs an unusual repertoire with astonishing style, mastery
combination of instruments is seldom heard. The lightness and delicacy of of rhythmic patterns, and range of vocal color. At left is Luis Morondo,
hrasscs played by truc Virtuo 5 amazing. chrector.
Summer Fare is the University of New Mexico summer program
series which offers a variety of entertainment for both those associated
with the University and the general public. It is held in front of the
Administration Building and is free of charge.
Summer Fare features this past year included the Lecture Under the
Stars series with John Furbay, tiLetis Join the Human Race? Ema
Fergusson, ttThrec Women of New Mexico? Charles Iclavich, ttSomc
Impressions of USSR;" George Shcppersou, ttNationalism in Africa;"
Winfield T. Scott, poet; and Dr. Charles Shilling, "Educational Sigu-
posts;" :1 Folk Song Concert, the Phoenix Y.M.C.A. Choir, and the
Now hilcxichords, 21 barbershop quartet. A weekly movie and several
dances were also part Of the summer fare.
Summer Fare ended its season 011 August 14, with the UNM
Summer Orchestra Concert.
Guy Carawan, folk singer.
The New Mexichords, an Albuqucrque barbershop quartet. Left to right: 100 Morgan, Charles
Vertrccs, Charles Jackson, Bob Harley.
Vmeield '1'. Scott, poet, from Santa Fe, N. M.
The Phoenix Yihr .C.A. Choir, directed by Miss Mary Ann Enloc,
was one of four choruses selected for the ttFinc Arts Festival" in
Charles XV. Schilling speaks on ttEducational
Signposts." 77' i 5 Miss Mary Ann Enloe
To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual means of
GEORGE W ASHINGTON
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The Air Force Reserve Othcers, T raining Corps unit was
organized at the University of New Mexico in 1949 with sev-
enty men. This department of the University is administered
by ofEcers 0f the United States Air Force under rules promul-
gated by the Department of the Air Force and the University
of New Mexico.
Cadet James B. House
Besides the serious business of military training, the cadets
are encouraged to participate in campus activities and intra-
mural sports. Each yearis activities are climaxed with the
Military Ball, an outstanding social event, held in conjunction
with the Naval ROTC.
The pages devoted to the Air Force Reserve thcersi 'l'raining
Corp are dedicated by his fellow cadets t0 Cadet James B. House,
a senior at UNM, who was killed while participating in the Air
Force ROTC Hight training program this year.
Squadron One commanded by Cadet Capt. V. L. Gosnell. Flight Connnandcrs. Cadets II. B. Bond, and V. L. Cosncll.
MQJI'O" 3 WO
Commander: Cadet Colonel K. M. Carpenter; Deputy Connnandcr: Cadet Lt Colonel 1.5. Coggins; Administration OHiCCr:
Cadet Major N. F. Carey; Operations Officer: Cadet Major W. C. Ilughcs; Personnel OHiccr: Cadet Major R. S. Baty; Athletic
Officcr: Cadet Captain I. IQ Patton; 1.50.: Cadet Captain R. E. MCCurdy; Group Sergeant Major: Cadet MSgt. B. D.
if!!! , .-
Drill Team connnandcd by Cadet Captain L. C, Billcaudcaux; Executive Officer: Cadct lst 'Lt. F. C, Ortiz.
rnolol c24h' Society
I The Arnold Air Society is a national honorary society 001w
posed of outstanding cadets selected from the Advanced Air
Science level. The local Iames B. House Squadron, like other
squadrons, is aimiatcd with the Air Force Association in
D. A. IIcimeriCh, M. C. XVchmhoncr, L. L Flores, I. Doherty.
. vefe am
Back Row, L. to R.: L. C. Billcaudeaux, I. S. Coggins, B. Barbamussc, I. F. Dalton, F. C. Ortiz, IV. E. Kirkpatrick. Front Row, L. to R.:
Back Row7 L. to R.: Dalc Ransom, Benny Carter, Ronnie Singleton, Sgt. Herbert DcGraw. Front Row: Iames Dale, William Kirkpatrick,
A1 MacLean, Iohu Meadows.
K. M. James S. Donald L. Herman S. John F.
Carpenter Coggins Kenney Thomas Dalton
Lionel C. Nelson F. Richard 5. William C. Martin C.
Billeaudeaux Carey Baty Hughes Wehmhoner Jr;
Ronald E. Leo Wayne L. Jack L. Robert R.
McCurdy Jr. Flores Jr. Gosnell Dailey Kovash
Nancy Bivins and 8311' Barnett have inst received a bouquet of Iong-stcmmcd
Queen 1 Tancy is escorted by Cadet Jim Thomas.
Air Force ROTC Queen, Nancy Bivins, receiYCS 1161'
crown from President Popejoy.
1 Guests arc reccivcd at the Military Ball.
Queen Nancy and her two attendants,
Dona Gayle Houtray. and Sali Barnett.
After the Grand March, couples line up to begin dancing.
JVW 996 7C
The mission of the NROTC is to provide a source from The XVardroom Society was established to promote the social
which qualified officers may be obtained for the Navy and and professional interests of the iiiidshipmen. The social cal-
Marine Corps. NROTC is run by midshipmen officers, under endar includes the Shipwreck Ball, the h Iilitary Ball, and the
the supervision of regular naval oHieers. The unit at UNM is Ring dance, honoring juniors who have received their Navy
one of 52 across the United States. It was established in 1941. rings.
NROTC XVzirdroom TFEeers thaek row, L. to RT: XVilliam Reta Douglas Glover, Haig Bodmir, Robert Dawson, XVilh'aiii D. Cmsse; tfront row, L. to RT:
Paul Dailey, L. C. Hays, and Brian Romer.
Battalion OfEeers are thaek row, M Thomas R. XVeaver, Larry R. Ogle, Milton Creek, L. C. Hays, Carl Delles, Robert T. Jackson; tfront row, L. to
' . John Hays. Arthur Ilorseh, Douglas Clover, Roy Anglada. and Stephen Moore.
Capt. Cumming looks through 21 rifle barrel at an inspection of 111idshipA 'l'he NROTC Drill Tcam, commanded last fall ng, by Midn. 1fc
men in the second platoon of Alpha Company. Douglas Glm'cr is shown performing the marching manual of arms.
'I'hc NRO'I'C Ring Dance.
. Ensign II. C. Hays and the 1st Platoon of Alpha Company is shown Midn. Ensign 'l'om XVcaver leads the 2nd Platoon of Bravo Company in
executing a snappy column right. a Hankmg movement.
President ................................. Lee Seligman
Vice President ........................... Ken Seaver Ir.
Secretary ................................ Ben Denny Jr.
Treasurer ................................... Earl Gruer
Lee Seligman, president
Sergeant at Arms
Historian . i i V
......................... Jim Grossc
............. Dave Sproul
....................... Dave Rogoff
ACTS AS VOICE FOR VETERANS ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
The Esquire Club is a social organization composed of the
men and women on campus who have served on active duty
with the armed forces. The local chapter of this national
society was founded at UNM in htiarch, 1958, and has since
been not only the veterans voice on campus but a source
of entertainment as well. The Club is a service group also,
and is always ready to undertake tasks of campus or Civic
Socially the Esquires are responsible for selecting the
Esquire Girls of the M onth, from whom the ESquire Girl of
the Year is elected at Fiesta. The group also sponsors two
campus dances each year, one of which is the now well-
known Operation Skylark semi-formal.
First Row: Iim Cossc, Ken Scaver, Lce Seliglnan, EarlCruer, Bcn Denny. Second Row: Frank Chewiwie, Ron Lec Scligman, Esquire president,
Crenko, Dave Rogoff, Ed Norris, Dave Rictzel, Leo Turner, Dean Vickrey, Graham Van Note, Bill Gicr.
crowns Judy Dodd, Esquire girl for
the month of November.
Every man's work, whether it be literature or music or pictures
or architecture or anything else, is always a portrait of himself.
dIPAi Jappa 5i
President 1 , V . . , , ..... V 1 . . 1 ..... Vernon Lattin
Vice President . . . . V . . ................ John Tillotson
Secretary . . 1 , . . . . , , . . . . ...... Franco Barbero
FacultyAdviscr ......... . . . . V Professor Carl Christman
Councilor .......... . . . , V . . ..... . Henry Anderson
Vernon Lattin, president
Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional ncation 111 the hclds of commerce, accounting 2111dE11a11ce.
business fraternity. One of its Chief aims has been to co- Beta Tau chapter was founded at UNM in 1948. Activi-
operate and assist 111 the development of its professional ties include tours of industrial and business establish-
school to as great 21 degree as possible. Through the years, ments, obtaining speakers from the various business fields,
it has contributed much to the progress of professional cd- and helping in freshman orientation and registration.
Row 1 tscatcdt. L. to R.: Roy Hunter, 11111 Coggins, Stan Black, John Tillotson, Vernon Lattin. Franco Barbero, Bill Tharp, Ioc Nordcr, Guest
Speaker. Row 2 tstandingt, L. to R.: Al Castillo, Larry Kearney, Bill Capers, XVarrcn Hardin, I011 Sakamoto. Not Shown: Professor Carl Christman,
Faculty adviser; Henry Anderson, Councilor; Ralph Neel, 'l'om XVclch, Joe Chavez, Dave Recs, Haig Bodour, John Pena, lay Christensen.
President ................................. Max XVebb
Vice President ........................ W arrcn Hallbauer
Secretary . . . ........... . , . . . . Stephen A. Matthews
'ljreasurcr .............................. Garvin Fryar
Inspired by the purpose of encouraging and 13111511il1g Max Webb president
professional organization was Chartered on campus in
1948. Through speakers, projects, and associations, the
Membership is open to all upper class students regu- AIChE strives to prepare its members for the future pro-
mtcrcsts 111 Chcmlcal engmecrmg, UNiVVS Chapter of tlns
larly enrolled 111 Chemical engineering classes. fessional lives.
Row 1 kneeling, L. to R.: Ray Baca, E. C. Bosicr, Steve Christensen. Richard 1Vood, Kim McCrackcn, David Neal, Ken Carpenter, Arthur
Lopez Row 2: Jim Diebold, Garvin Fryar, Dr. '1'. '1'. Castonguay, I. D. Valenzuela, James Mok, I T. Michelson, Robcrt Maxwell, Dr. Philip Boc-
quct, Tomas Bringas, 1Varrcn Hallbaucr, Donald Ziegler. Row 3: Howard Hill, Mike Bolduc, Max VVchb, Bill Black, 'l'uckcr Coughlcn, Jim
Simons. Stephen Matthews.
wmerican jnstitute of alectrical engineers
President ............................ Bill D. Trembly
Vice President ......................... Fred R. Bentley
AIEE See. ........................... Edward Presson
IRE Sec. ........................... Thomas H. Gray
'l'reasurer . . . V . t . V V . ............. Dallas H. Jensen
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 student 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, spom
sors a student paper competition. The winner of each contest is given
an all expense paid trip to the Regional Convention of the appropriate
Activities available to members include guest speakers, scientiHc
Elms, Held trips, student paper presentations. and an opportunity to
meet and converse with men of the engineering profession.
v Bill rl'rembh', president
Row 1: Earl Huslcr, Bill Trembly, Pete McCloy, Sam Bishop, Lee Johnson, Norman L. Ransom, Edward Presson, Fred Stewart, Fred Bentley, Bob
Ashley, Richard Eckerman, Dennis Barton, Charlie Campos, Virgil C. Fordham, Dean R. Stanfield. Row 2: Dr. R. K. Moore, R. L. Kasparek, L.
N. Bennett, Lee Sehgman, S. 11. Durrani, Gerald Perry, Vincent Chavez, 1. Carlos Lueem, Doyle R. Lvddon, Lee Sandoval, Prof. R. hV. Tapv,
Kenneth Patrick. Row 3: Dal Jensen, Bob Lewis, George Block, Tom Cray, Iim MaeKay, XVilliam Baker; Owen P. XVilh'ams, John M. MacCreach',
James E. Zachery, IIerry A. Cermcr, Iohn A. TOUCH, Roy Frasert I
O4merican Society of Civil Engineers
President ............................ . 1 , BC11 Snow
V icc President V V . . ............... . . 1 Floyd XV 1111111115
1 Secretary . V ......................... . .Iohn Ahlskog
Treasurer . V V ....... . . V 1 ............ XVarrcn Flaherty
FacultyAdViscr . . . ...................... Prof. Ray Foss
The American Society of Civil Engineers is a student to promote the best interests of the University. Member-
Chapter 0fthc11ationa1 professional organization of civil ship is open to all regularly enrolled students of the
111g topics, to further interests of engineers in general, and
engineers. Its purpose is to encourage interest 111 engineer- departmcnt of civil engineering.
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1 , 11c:
L. to R., Row 3: Ricardo Sanchez, XVarrcn Fluhcrty, Byron Homer, 1Villiam Clarke, '1'0111 Lawson, Jim Harrigan, 1Villiam Koenig, Robert Flock,
Cedric Sheppard, Hans Couchcron-Aamot, Edgar DdVildc. L. to R., Row 2: 101111 Neville, Mohammad Saleem, Joseph Hanncr, George Bosiljcvac,
Karel Pckarek, 101111 Henson, Charles Reisingcr, XVilliam Burkctt, Albert Elliott. L. to R. Omeelingy Row 1: Harold Fisher, Ben Snow, Ali
Sh-Asghar, Ahmad Chaudhry, Kenneth Moss, Harry 1Villiams, Floyd XVilliams, John Ahlskog, Miles Standish, Bill Jumper.
John E. Clover, president
The student branch of the American Society of Me-
chanical Engineers, 21 national organization, provides
mechanical engineering students with an opportunity to
advance, circulate, and practice their mechanical engii
ncering knowledge. It was designed to promate an atmosi
pherc of profcssioual consciousness and fellowship and
to present a proper perspective of engineering vocations.
Membership is open to 2111 students enrolled in the
College of Engineering.
V ice President ........
Program Committee Chairman
............................. John Glover
................ Bob McCormick
.............................. Martha M iller
........................... Howard Burgess
.............. Bill Putnizm
Coffee Shop Foreman ...................... Elmer Eilcrs
Activities include regular monthly meetings with guest
speakers, movies, presentations of research papers, and
technical discussion. Several held trips to place of engi-
neering interest are conducted each semester. The UNM
student branch participates in the regional convention of
ASME student branches.
iiMcchanical Engineering," the national societyys
monthly journal, keeps members abreast of current tech-
W$ m U
L. to R., Row 1 iscatcdi : Howard Burgess, William I. Miller, XViley C. XVcHs, Glen Driskill. Row 2: Art Cone, Jerry Street, Ken Seavcr, Fred Mc-
Cracken, A. D. Fordhfaculty adviscr, Bob XVinovich, Bob Jackson, John Clover. Carl Radwanski. Row 3: Bob McCormick, Jack Thompson, Chuck
StcEcn, Floyd Lundy, R. XV. Martin, Jim Keeling, C. D. Lucas, C. R. Brownlee, Richard Groff, Gail Stccle.
CAI 5,351,014 CIVIL ENGINEERING
Row 1: John NeviHc, Ahmad Chaudhry, Kenneth Moss, Ben Snow, president; Ray Foss, facu1ty adx'lser; John Ahlskog, Vice president; Byron Homer,
VVilh'am Burkctt. Row 2, 1. to r.: Harold Fisher, XViHiam Clarkc, secretary; George Bosilicvac, '1'0m Lawson, Floyd XVilliams, Robert Flock, Hans
CouchcronAmnot, treasurcr; Alhcrt Elliott.
Chi Epsilon is a national honorary civil engineering fraternity. Its purpose is to encourage greater achievements
in the civil engineering profession with the broad principles of scholarship, character, practicality and sociability as
; l 3 am lama MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
.v j; '53 WW 1 a z gig
Row 1, 1. to r.. Bob Jackson, rec. sect; , Rlchard Nichaus, Siew Pow Chan, Prof. Frederick Iu, Prof. Kenneth Johnson, Art Trujillo
1 corrcs. sect; Fred McCrackcn, president, Mr, William Baker, John Glover. Row 2, 1. to r.: Bub h'lcCormack, Roger Schamaun, treasurer; Boh
i Braser, Jack Thompson, Floyd Lundy, vice president; Elmer Eilers, Prof. A. D1 Ford, 'l'om McKinley, Prof. Richard Dove, XVcndel Steiner.
The purpose of Pi Sigma Chapter of Pi T au Sigma, national honor society for mechanical engineers, is to encourage
those qualities and activities which make a successful mechanical engineer.
President ......... , .................... David H. Neal
V ice President ............................ John Glover
Recording Secretary .................... Ken Carpenter
Corresponding Secretary ................... Fred Bentley
Treasurer .............. . . . .............. Bill Clarke
Historian . . . V ........................... Lee Seligman
David Neal, president
Sigma Tau is the national engineering honorary frater- The primary aim of Sigma Tau is to develop those
nity. Chi chapter was founded at the University of New qualities, activities, and relationships which make a suc-
Mexico in 1928. cessful engineer.
Tobe considered for admission to Sigma Tau the candi- This year Chi chapter had its Erst annual Christmas
date must have a scholastic record which places him in banquet, formed a scholarship fund for deserving engi-
the upper onc-third 0f the junior and senior classes neering students, and gave a prize to the freshman engi-
Combined. student with the highest grade-point average.
Row 1: Roger Schamaun, Robert Martin, XVilliarn B. Clarke, treasurer; I P. Hethcoat, Elmer Eilcrs, Richard Patrick, Douglas Dunbar, Richard S.
Baty, William L. Baker. Row 2: Richard C. Vaughan, faculty adviser; Johnny E. Clover, vice president; Floyd E. Lundy, IL, Lee Sehgman, historian;
Jay V. Percival, David II. Neal, president; Jim T. Mason, John A. Tondl, Hans H. Coucheron-Aamot, Charles E. Weld. Row 3: Don Fisher,
Tucker Coughlen, tVendell Steiner, Tyen Ching Chen, Amado A, 'Iirujillo, Sicw Poh Chan, Ken Carpenter, recording secretary; Fred Bentley,
corresponding secretary, Bob Flock, Virgil C. Fordham.
$elta igma i
President .................. Kenneth Bohlandcr
Senior Vice President , . . . ........ Hank Johnson
Junior Vice President ................ Kyle Dufhc
Secretary V V . i ................ . . V Ray Pcttit
t Treasurer ........................... Paul Bcatty
Historian ................... XVendell Armstrong
L. to R.: Ray Pettit, Paul Bcatty, Kenneth Bohlzmdcr, Kyle Duffie, Hank
L Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity. Its aims conducts business and industrial tours, and brings speakers
are to encourage the study of commerce and business admin- from the business world to the university.
istration in universities, and to promote a closer afEliation bee Each year the chapter awards the Delta Sigma Pi scholar-
tween the commercial world and students of commerce ship key to the graduate with the highest grade average in the
through research and practice. College of Business Administration.
The Gamma Iota Chapter at UNM helps with registration,
L. to K, Front row: Iohn Ci Vthcler, Bruce Butler, Ray Pettit, Hank Johnson, Kenneth Bohlander, Kyle Dufhe, Paul Beatty, Johnny Taylor. Row 2: Irvin
Potter, Carl Thornton, Allan VanFleet, Jack Dailey, Billy Basham, Delbert XVashburn, George Doolittle, Kenneth Bccchy, Hugh Goodall, James Taylor,
Edmund W. Boicc. Not pictured: Mike Alarid, hVendell Armstrong, Ray Bcrube, Gerald Coatcs, Bob Cochring, Mickey Mast, Jerry McKenzie, Emmery
Postenriedcr, Jim Radosevich, Jim Taylor.
I 'it ya
eisingcr, Roger Schamaun.
Top row, 1. to r.: Karel Pekarek, Tucker Coughlen, Bill Trembly, Martha Miller, James Diebold, Paul Martin, Chuck R
Bottom row, 1. to r.: John Meissncr, Sam Sperry, Chuck Steffen.
The Engineerts Joint Council is the governing board of the hilechanical, Civil, and Electrical Engineering branches
ome gconomics CIMA
First row, 1. to r.: Nancy Gothard, Peggy Pick, Madge Ryan, Carrol Ann XVilson, Mary Lou Watson, treasu
Beth Sage. Second row, 1. to r. tstandingi : Mrs. Ruth Harris, Miss Imogene McMurrav, adviser; Marilvn Li
4 1 pp, Judy Runge, Diana Bratcher, secretary;
Darlyn Dosscy, president; Laura Mocharnuk, vice president; Patsy Bragg, Charlotte MCCaHrey, Ami Blue, Ian LaDue.
rer; Antoinette Pappas, Alice Thieman,
This year the Home Economics Club gave a tea for the contestants 0f the District Makc-it-Yourself with XVool Contest, made tray favors for the
childrenis ward at the County Indian Hospital, and held its annual cocky sale. Membership is open to any student in the University who is presently
enrolled in or has been previously enrolled in home economic courses.
HOB IE ECONOX IICS
Row 1 tscatedt: Mrs. Ruth Harris, Jane Barbee, president; Narasonia Spatz, x'icc prcsident; Miss Ican McMurray, sponsor. Row 2 tstandingt:
Gloria Calvert, treasurer; Lyn Hagaman, Ann Barlow, Mary R. Salazar, secretary; Mrs. Gracc Elscr, sponsor. Not present: Miss Florence Schroeder,
Kappa Omicron Phi is the honorary professional fraternity for women in the field of home economics. Its purpose
is to further the interest in this field.
music galucation Wational Conference-Stuclent CAaPter
Row 1, 1. to r.: Kathie Locsch, Karen Albach, Dora Rosenbaum, Bcvcrly Kynor, Marilyn Miller, Carolyn Randall, Alice Lee Robberson, Cynthia
Graham, Sharon Cardcnhcad. Row 2, 1. to r.: 106 Bob 'l'illotsou, Judi 'l'urano, Robert O' Boyle, Carl Brogan, Benjamin Iammillo, Elliot Higgins, John
Otero, Allen XVestfall, James Bonncll. Row 3, 1 to r.: Dr. Jack R. Stephenson, sponsor; Bob Gracie, Kay Ferrin, James Richards.
This is the student chapter of the Music Education National Convention Chapter at the University of New A chico.
; Al. amma QM BUSINESSADMINISTRATION
L. to R.: Marie Roybal, Judy Zanotti, Trudy Hughes Lstanding trcasurcr; Janet Haney, Janice 'l'ccd, president; Eileen Ilutchison, Mary Lou Gates Qtand-
ingy. Harriet Gerding, scribe; Betty McBride, secretary.
The purpose of Phi Gamma Nu, business administration fraternity for women, is to further interest in Civic and professional
rt. eCamAala jAeta EDUCATION
Row 1: Hilda Spies, Monte Lce Davis, Edith Manfredi, Evelyn Smith, Genevieve Damgaard, Frances Shutt, Margaret Pcke, Grace L. Elscr, Katharine S.
McFall, Ruth Roberts, Mary Mcnaul Rowe, Row 2: Icancttc French, Ethcl MaryMoorc, Louise Hensley, Lorraine Painter, Esther Larson, l'Ielcn Harriger,
Ritta Cutler. Row 3: Dona Gail Carlini, Laura Atkinson, Margaret Cook, Audrey A. 'l'apy, Carol Alalouf, Patricia Gcrcty, Sandra Fosslcr, Peggy Piper.
Pi Lambda Theta is a national honorary education fraternity for women. Its purpose is to bring together women of high
scholastic standards who are interested in the Eeld of education.
nga $elta CAI JOURNALISM
L. to R.: Ernest Sanchez, LOBO editorhprcsidcnt; Armand 'I'urpenhsecretary, Jamie Rubcnstc 1, Adan Herrera. Larry Hc-Ginnis, Prof. Leonard
L. Jermain, Fritz rlwhompson, Peter Mnslcyhvicc president.
Sigma Delta Chi is a professional journalism fraternity whosc purpose is to advance the standards of thc press and to
associate journalists of talent, truth, and energy in a more intimately organized unit of good fellowship. Membership
is open to men students who are in good standing and who have above average scholastic ratings.
nga gamma gpsilon GEOLOGY
First Row: Greg Pino, John Lucas, Russ Clcmonshprcsideut; Bill BartlettHVicc president. Row 2: Biswa Pradhan, John MYConigIe, Yogcndra
Singh, Richard Ortiz, Robert Bullock, Dr. A. Rosenzweig, Norm Brown, Dr. V. C. Kelley faculty adviser, Don MCLcroy, Art Merklc, Larry Mating,
Larry hVagner, Hans Engcl.
The purpose of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, a national honorary earth science fraternity, is to stimulate an interest in
the earth science Eeldshgeology, mining, metallurgy, ceramics, petroleum engineering, and allied helds-and to cm-
Courage high scholastic standards among its members.
Student galucation dssociation
President . . ............ . . . . Doug Cannichael
Vice President , ..................... Patty Beaty
Secretary-Treasurer . , , . . . . , . . , Jeanette French
Historian ....................... Glenna Kilgore
Parlimnentarian ........................ C1111 E13011
The Student Education Association is a professional
organization for university students preparing to teach.
Los Educadores SEA was Chartered on the UNM campus
by the 112111011211 and state organizations 111 1956.
The University Chapter acts as host for the fall state
convention held annually in conjunction with the New
President Doug Carmichael, Rose 312111 Iaramillo and Sand1 B101's 1116X1CO Education ASSOClatlon convention A11 FIA Day
are ready to 1631c for thc s1r111 SEA Educational Conference hc1d 111 . . ,
I 110rt31csils held each sprmg for Future 1 eachers of Albuquerque
junior and senior high schools. The FTA members at-
tend classes, tour the campus, and see educational movies.
R011 1 1k11ec1111g1: Jeanette French, Doug Carmichael, Patty Bcaty, Cliff Elson, G1e1111a Kilgore. Row 2 1seated1: Dr. 1101611 Walters, Ad1iser Eliza-
beth L1nL,1113111ta Cata, Van Salazar, Dolores Sa11do1'a1,Nanc1'Umberger,.Row; 1sta11d111g1: Anita Henderson Margaret Gonzales,
C3101Cramer,D1311CB1rc1,ljonnaRhodemzm,1011c 2111111161111311, D3111'11 Dossc1, 1121114011 XVatson 111116 11311163, 511811111 Perk111s,Carol Elkins,
Barbara Burt Ma111a I1aile,LaR11e Eaton Pat1c11k1ns,1ca11 Grigsb1'Ro1v4: I11tosl11 Ikeda, Adviser; Mary E11611 ElshrocL, Edna Meintzer,Sa11d1
B1015, Mar1 1111115. 15:11 1L1 C11rr1', Nc1da Sue X11111s,Sa111'La 1'a1er,Arlee11Olso11,A11ce 1101',t Eldon C11011'11111g, Mr. LLRoy Condic Adxiscr.
7M ap 13a IMIPa FORENSICS
. .. . . . v .V, V ,. . 9., . my gimmi 3km. . .v , 4-. v , . 3 i '
L. to R.: Dave Burk, Cal Hylton, Vernon Lattm, Mr. Claude IIcmpen, George MCKim, I06 Mercer, Mr. I. O. Ricd, Dr. Wayne
Eubank, Dr. Fred Chrcist, Robert Hanna, Dr. Cullen B. Owens.
The purpose of Tau Kappa Alpha, national honorary forensic fraternity is to give recognition for CXCCL
lence in public speaking, and to develop and encourage interest in forensics among the students of
colleges and universities.
Stiualen Wurses dssociation
Row 1. 1. to r.: Carmen Hands, Michael Miller, corrs. sec; Adelita Macstes, treas.; Corina Baca, Virginia Castillo, Arlcnc Jackson, second Vice pres. Row
2, 1. to r.: Anne Minn, Anne Kubitz, Susan Malone, Betty Ayers, Sharon Smith, . Row 3, 1. to r.: Mary Williams, Anna Roark, Amy
Fcrran, Dorothy Uallcnbcrgcr, V'cm Steinbergcr, . Row 4, 1. to r.: Cecilia Garcia, first Vice prcs.; Janet Stcvenson, Martha 'l'Crwilliger,
Prudence Cramp, Margo Nelson, recording sec. Row 5, l. to r.: Mary Craig, Gwendolyn Hastings, Ora Carter, pres.; Janet Holman, Ethel MutT,
Mrs. Dorothy Lacour, adviser.
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Thc purpose of the organization is to aid in the development of the student nurse as a democratic Citizen by broad-
ening the member's horizons as an individual and as a member of a group.
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Women S vammlng 3 eam
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First row, 1. to r.: Elaine Urbanski, Debbie XViHiamson, Polly Kaufnmn. Fluff dCKok, Audrey Redding, Elaine Martin Row 2: Mm Charlotte Piper.
sponsor, Dorothy Boyd, Eileen Moore, Dorothy Olson, Sally Bridges, Iczm Lawton Ueam captaim. Rmv ;: Dorothy Dustmzm, Janice Parker, Mary
Stallbaum. Hubic XVilliams. Not shown: "l'hca Muller, Ilka VOchl, Ierric Reynolds, Libby IIoItz,
T116 Vome11ys Swimming Team gives women students the opportunity to compete in swimming.
ng. majors anal minors
Row 1, 1. to r.: Mary Baca, Alberta Bates, Madge Lanphcar, Vice prcsident; Peggy IIcrter, treasurer; Rosa Harper, president; Icrri Reynolds, secretary;
Miss Francis McCill, sponsor; Peggy Shoemaker, Janice Wright. Row 2: Rosalie Pcrca, Elaine Bahm, Butch Beck, Lina McLain, Nancy Wilson, Indy
Thomas , 1"rankic Pierce, Ican Lawton, Hubie XVilliams, Talya Bowland, Lil Vaid, Libby Holtz, Barbara Sturgcs, Sally Bridges, K. C.
Crownm'er, Ann Barnes, Sandy XValkcr.
Physical Education Majors and Minors was organized to further interest among women physical education majors.
XVC have learn 1 to bc Citizens of the world, 111C1111 CI'S 0f t1 L
human C0111 munity.
FRANKLIN D. Roosmm
0440Aa ?Ai Cmega
President ................................ Bill Mandell
Vice President .......................... John Mountjoy
V icc President ............................... Bob James
Vice President .............................. Kcn Seavcr
Secretary ................................ James Kynor
Treasurer ................................ John Mandell
Bill Mandell, president
A Phi O is a national fraternity whose purpose is to as- nation as full participating citizens. It is the only organiza-
semblc men in fellowship for the purpose of rendering tion of the New Mexico campus that is formed for the
service to the campus, to the community, and t0 the purpose of service only.
Row 2 tstaudingi : Gary Irwin, pledge; Gerry Hubhart, adviser; Homer Milford, John Allen, John Mandell, Curt Keeler, Wayne MC-
Achran, Iim Goldstein, scouting adviser. Row 1 tseatcdt: Bob James, Bill Mandell, John h'Iountjoy.
CIMA ole as a4mericas
Row 1, 1. m r.: Eduardo Montcvcrde, Diana Reholledo, Franco Barhcro, Pctc Frecman. Row 2: Arturo lasso, Joseph Graham, Alfonso B. Sandoval,
hrleh'uda Meyer, Fulvia Escobar. Row 3: Norman Marin, John McGregor, Pamela Dempsey, John Forsyth, Coralia Fernandez, Donald Locasio. Row 4:
Nancy Rini, Mary Gibson, Vinccnte Martinez, Javier Torres.
The Club de Las Americas is 2111 organization of students attending the University who are interested in Inter-
Row 1, kncchng: Carroll IIylton, debate assistant; Iohn Morrill, Ioc Mcrcer, Vernon Lnttin, Richard Miller. Row 2: Irene Abaskin, Anthony Mares,
Dr. C. B. Owens, Mikc Brown, Kurt Lohhcck, Mary McCord.
The purpose of Forensics is to give recognition for excellence in public speaking and to develop and encomage
interest in forensics among the general public and the students of colleges and universities.
President .................................... A1 Ortiz
Vice President ............................ Anselm Davis
Treasurer ................................ XVilh'am Pine
Secretary ............................... Nellie Benally
Student Senate ............. . . . , . . . . , . . .Mary Cordero
Alternate Student Senate ................. Martha 'l'sioscha
Tony Purley and hVilfred Eriacho are shown in costume 0f the
Plains Indian XVar Dance, a favorite of the annual Nizhoni
The Kiva Club is an organization made up of Indian stu- Each April, the Kiva Club sponsors the Nizhoni Indian
dents and other interested students attending the University. Dances 0n the UNM campus to raise money for scholarship
Its purpose is to foster good fellowship among the members purposes. The Kiva Club also sponsors the Indian Youth
of the club, to promote an interest in the culture and tradi- Conference held each year in Santa Fe, and participates in
tions of the American Indian, and to encourage and help the larger and wider Regional Indian Youth Conference,
individuals of Indian descent to seek higher learning. which will be held this year at UNM.
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First Row: Dr. Tom Sasaki, Juanita Cata, Anselm C. Davis, Martha Tsiosdia, Alfonso Ortiz, Nellie Benally, William Pino, Dr. Harry Basehart. Row 2: Emma
Nilchee, Cordelia Leeds, Eunice James, Loraine T30, Bertha Curtis, Judith Tuthill, Paula Roush, Veon W'aconda. Row 3: Bill Ondelaey, 'l'om Lief, Jacqueline
Kane, Meg Davisson, Linda Arviso, Herman Cata, Marvin Martza, Claude Medford, Benjamin Denny, Cecil Patrick, Mark Cheresposy. Row 4: Kenneth
Benally, Len O'yenque, Allen R. Martinez, XVilfred Eriacho, Kenneth Patrick, Juan Coonsis.
Judy Rungc ...........
Gerri Rasor ,,,,,
RallyCom is a student spirit organization whose pur-
pose is to promote student activities through attempts to
develop spirit and enthusiasm in both the students 21nd
faculty members of the University.
During the football season, RallyCom Sponsors Mom
and Dad7s VVCCkend, a weekend of events planned espe-
cially for parents of UNM students. RallyCom is in
Patsy Martin, president
charge of varsity and freshman Cheerleader tryouts; 21nd
telegrams arc sent by R2111yC0111 to thC LOBO teams 011
out-of-town games. 111 the spring 0011108 tho 21111111211 HDOg
Patch Dazdy dance and 21 picnic for thc Lettcrmcnk Club
sponsorcd by RallyCom.
As a service organization, as well as 21 spirit organiza-
tion, RallyCom contributes to Campus Chest.
Row 1: Judy Runge, Kathi Connor, Donna Drake, Priscilla Smith, K1A1111 Hubby, Indy Cline, Ilelcn Alexal1der.lRow 2: C310 FVilliams, Joann Blay-
lock, Lynne Belka, Bonnie Zanotti, Marge Jones, Charlotte Jones, cha Gifford, Bethe Sloan. Row 3: Patsy Martm, B'Iargaret Stevens, Carolyn B0111-
iicld, Chervl Lec Cunningham, Valerie Shercr, Dottie Howe, Maria Richcrt. Row 4: Angela Amorous, Barbc Rodgers, Verna Crccr, Karen Dorms,
' Marsha Leonard, Judith Tuthill, Hart 1Vcstfall.
George Alclofjf, Rodeo Club coach, riding at Calgary.
The UNM Rodeo Club was organized in the fall of
1958 by two lthauds'i who wished to promote interest in
rodeo. The Clubs major accomplishment was the First
Annual Fiesta Rodeo, which had cowboy contestants
from three eolleges-NM State, Colorado. and UNM,
and featured singing star, Marty Robbins.
W ith last year as a successful foundation, the club
plans to expand its activities. A new idea for improving
President ..................... Bucky Baker
Vice President . . . . ................ Al Hart
Secretary ................. Danielle Campbell
Treasurer ..................... Lois Arnold
Program Director ............... 'l'om Nahers
Brone Director ............. Berry Stamhaugh
Roping and Dogging Director ........ Bill Hill
Bull Riding Director ........... IOC Clements
the IHCIHbCIS, contest skills is regular practice sessions at
which riding and roping movies are taken. The members
can develop their strong points and correct their faults by
analyzing these pictures.
Other activities included dances and a barbecue, and
this year the Rodeo Club produced the Second Annual
1: Berry Stambaugh, Albuquerque; Ernest Chavez, Albuquerque; Mary Helen Metealfe, Austin, Tex.; Marguerite Cal-
lagher, Phoenix, Ariz.; Danielle Campbell, Albuquerque; Bucky Baker, Rochester, Mimi; Al Hart, Waban, Mass; Lois
Arnold, Albuquerque; Bernie Ely, Albuquerque. Row 2: Les Stambaugh, Albuquerque; D011 Mitchell, Albuquerque; Don Lav
Roe, Hobbs, N. M.; Dave Tonkinson, Warren Louis, David Radley, Herb Langhtt, Jim Blair, Bill Hill, Tom Nabers, Pat
Hinehman, all of Albuquerque. Not pictured: Joe Clements, Kay Graham, Dick Ray,
all from Albuquerque; Penny Powers
Linda MeiVIillin, both from Las Cruces, N. M.; Charles Bates, Moriarity, N. M.; Don Hensley, Harlingen, Tex.
Willis Barnes, Sponsor
President ......................... Honey Wilder
Vice President ...................... Muiriel Hitc
Secretary ....................... Gretchen Brooks
Treasurer ....................... . Judy Chant
Membership Chairman V ........ Anola XVhoolery
W aterlous was organized for the purpose of interesting
the women students at UNM in synchronized and stunt
swimming. The group sponsors a watershow during the
Row 1: Ann Rutledge, Sally Huston, Pam Schrom, Sandra Taulbec, Lynne Belka, Martha Sue Cochran, Gretchen Brooks, Joann W ildcr, Anola
thccrs, Semester II, It to r.: Gretchen Brooks, secretary; Judy Chant,
treasurer; Anola VVhoolery, Vice president; Joann XVildcr, president;
Gail Russell, 1110111hership chairman.
Membership is based on general all ,round swimming
ability. University men interested in the activities of the
Club are welcomed as honorary members.
W M $9 m
VVhoolery, Judy Chant, Sandy Smith, Row 2: Dorothy Olson, Sammie Nunnally, Mary Stallbaum, Lee Booth, Royal Phillips, Mary Ann Rila, Caro-
lyn Boniheld, Dusty Dustman, Sharel Anderson, adviser; Kay Shane, Patti Lou Camp. Row 3: Mary Childers, Monica Anderson, Eileen Martin,
Patsy Martin, Lynda Adams, Ian Dortignac, Kate I'Iunt, Lynne VVicbell, Judy Thomas, Penny i Taughton, Janice Parker, Sydney Dahlen.
N EW MEXICO LOBO
Published Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of the regular university year except during
holidays and examination periods by the Associated Students of the University of New
Mexico. Entered as second class matter at the post office, Albuquerque. August 1, 1913,
under the act of March 3. 1879. Printed by the University Printing: Plant. Subscription
rate, $4.50 for the school year, payable in advance.
Editorial and Business Office in Journalism Building. Tcl. CH 3-1428
Editor . V . i ....... . . . . .................. Ernest Sanchez
Managing Editor . ..... V . . . V . . V . V ..... . Fritz Thompson
Monday Night Editor . V V V V VVVVV . . . V . . V . . . V . V . V John Marlow
thducsduy Night Editor ..... V V V . ............. . Peter Xiaslcy
'I'hursday Night Editor . . ..... . V V . . . . . . . , Jam's Rubcustciu
Sports Editor ...... . . . V . . V . V . . ........ . V . . Lindcu Knightcu
Business Manager , . V . V . V . V . . . V . V . V . . . V . V . Jeanettc French
Business Adviser V . ................... . . . . . ..... V Dick French
Eruic Sanchcz, editor of 1939-60 LOBO.
Armoud 'l'urpcu, LOBO photographer, consults with Ernie concerning one of his
notorious BCampus Cutie" shots.
Working at night is just one of the phases of putting out a newspaper. Left to right are: Ernie; Fritz Thompson, Managing Editor; Iamie
Rubcnstciu, Night Editor; Peter Maslcy, Night Editor; TCSS Murray, columnist; and John Marlow, Night Editor.
'l'aking a break in the journalism reading room are columnists Peter Masley, Tcx Deiterman, Linden
Knightcn. Larry McGinnis. and Mike Stryker. ;
Pctcr Maslcy, who took ovcr thc LOBO
editorship for the last month of schooL
Proofing copy are Bobbic Sunchcz, Indy Sprungcr, 'I'ess Murray and Chloe
The business department of the LOBO: Ann Vcrklcr, Assistant
Business Managcr; Jeanette French, Business Manager; and Dick
French, Business Supervisor.
lust part Of a working day . . . Wktlas" Sanchez and Fritz T110111pson
print LOBO ads while John Marlow and Dick French look on.
Many hours of labor have gone into the pro-
duction of the 1960 Mirage with the idea of
pleasing youhthe students, the administration,
the alumni, and loyal UNM boosters. Wc sini
cercly hope you like it!!
Lorcna Brmnlctt, Editor
Nina Whiter, Managing Editor, looks over a picture with
Anabel Stafford, copy writer.
Business Manager: Neil Frumkin, discusses ad layout with Dick Barbe Rodgers and Margaret Stevens pause in their work on the Greek sec-
Frcnch, Busmess Superwsor for the student publications. tion. Not shown is Annette Benninghovcn, Grcck Editor.
x tam. Wm
Jackie Silverman, class staff member.
Mary Lee XVeldon, Index Editor
Becky Duke, Royalty Editor.
Loye MCCutcheon, organizations staff member, and Lib-
' 3 . ' ' ' ' w ; x v ' ' . . . .
ble loch, Organlzatlons Fflitor, dud plctures for thelr Anabel Stafford, copy wrlter; IoAnn Tate, Faculty Edltor; Mam Mulhns, faculty staff; and Pat
SCCUOIL Coldsworthy, Assistant Editor U. to r. , were caught working during semester vacation.
Laura N'Iocharnuk, Features Editor, and Karen XVhite, copy
writer, discuss a new assignment.
The new addition to the Journalism Building, completed this Spring, houses the othees of the student publicationseLOBO, MIRAGE, and THUNDERBIRD;
and the oHice of the student publicationst Business Supervisor.
The THUNDERBIRD, the campus literary magazine which is pub-
lished twice a year, is put out by a student editor and staff, and contains
the original work of UN M students.
luvm. Jfall 0; 7m
This past year has been a great one for many things. One of the most signifi-
cant accomplishments was the establishment of the UNM Hall Of Fame. No
New Mexico football player will ever again wear jersey number 43. The jersey
worn by star halfback Don Perkins during his three years of play at the Univer-
sity of New Mexico was retired this past year as the start of our Hall of Fame.
Don was the star of the UNM-Air Force Academy game, the winning of
which brought great prestige to the University of New Mexico. In 1959, Don
was Co-Captain of the W olfpack, All American candidate, A11 Skyline halfback,
and holder of the Skyline rushing record.
It is with great pleasure and pride that we dedicate this years sports section
to Don Perkins, a truly outstanding athlete and personality.
1 Lobos 1959-6o: Pictured above is the 1959 University of New Mexico varsity football squad. They are, left to right: Front row: Frank Cullick, Bob VVino-
vich, Don Burleson, Ron James, John Wall, Dick Bright, Ron Beaird, Don Black, Bob XVcnk, Bob Lozicr. Second row: Linc coach John Ncumann, Bob
Crandall, Don Perkins, John Payton, Billy Brown, John Shaski, John Byrd, Iakc Ramirez, Jack Butler, Lew Crow, Jim Thomas, head coach Marv Levy. Third
row: Assistant freshman coach Ken Tillman, Ed Beach, I00 VolC0tt, Chuck Cummings, Bill Hayes, Willis Fjerstad, Frank Malasky, George Kennedy, Roger
Kranz, Bob Anthony, Chuck Roberts, Gene Scott, backfield coach Bill Weeks. Fourth row: End coach and Chief scout Lou Cullen, Jay McNitt, Durward
Stell, Hal Ried, Pat Blaney, Ralph Flemming, Phil Steinberg, Jim Hughes, Dave VVestphall, Iim Bradley, trainer Tow Dichm, freshman coach Don Chelf,
equipment manager Carl Erickson. Fifth row: Joe Cleveland, Boyde Long, Dick Coughlan, Jarvis Ivy, John Carbcr, Jerry Prohaska, George Gill, George Fribcrg,
B0 Bankston, Ed Lewis, student trainer Johnny Baxter.
u 21!.ng 7;otAall Coac es
UNM Football Coaches. L. to R.: Don Chclf, freshman coach; Lou Cullen, cud coach and chief scout; Marv Levy, hcad
coach; Bill XVccks, backEcld coach: and John Ncumann, line coach.
Scott trips AF. up on kickoiiC return in 3rd quarter.
11.me :De eats
New Mexico's Lobos, holding steady on the brink of dis-
aster, upset the powerful Air Force Academy, 28-27, in a
classic football thriller, avenging the 45-7 loss to the AF last
The Lobos roared back from a 21-7 halftime deficit with
three touchdowns in the second half and then stopped the
Falcons' desperation bid in the dying minutes of the game.
The contest wasnit billed in honor of Don Perkins, but the
courageous Lobo halfback and his Ered-up teammates won
the hearts of the fans as they turned in their biggest victory of
the year. Perkins scored three touchdowns, one on a 64 yard
screen pass from quarterback Chuck Roberts, and the others
on 5 and 8 yard runs. Bob Crnndall added another touchdown
on a one-yard run for the Lobos, and Ed Beach kicked four
extra points as Lobos piled up the biggest score against the
Air Academy this year.
High points of the game-Mayo hit end Bob Briekey with
a 21 yard pass play to the Lobo one and then snuek over for
the touchdown with just a little over two minutes gone in the
game. This came after the Falcons had scooped up a Lobo
Then the Air Force scooped up the ball dropped by Pep
kins 0n the Air Force six-yard line. his stopped the LobosT
first big drive.
Gloom continued to hang over New Mexico hopes when
the Falcons drove 94 yards to score after this recovery.
George Pupieh kicked the second of his three conversions
and the second quarter was only 31 seconds old when the Fal-
cons held 21 140 lead.
Perkins quickly opened the gates for the New Mexico
comeback. Taking the kickoFf in the end zone, he carried to
the Air Force 42.
New Mexico downed by Air Force, two plays later Perkins scores 4th touchdown of the game.
Crandall, who suffered a bad bruise early in the game, ale
ternated with Perkins to move the ball across the goal. Per-
kins carried for the last hve yards over center.
The lightning-quiek Falcon attack quickly matched this
touchdown, however. Mayo hit Briekey with a 14 yard pass
and later tossed a 28 yard scoring strike to end Sam Hardage.
New Mexico staged a serious threat before the half ended.
New Mexieok rally started early in the third quarter. Cran-
dall carried the ball for New Mexico to the one yard line. In
the next play, he went over for the TD. The extra point
brought the score to 21-14, favor of the Falcons.
Then Lobo lightning struck.
Roberts swept to the right, and lobbed a short screen pass
to Perkins who romped 64 yards down the right side of the
held for UNTVIiS third touchdown.
The Lobos, faced with an alternative of going for two
OVCQ 28-2 7
points or one, elected to kick. Beaclfs aim justitied the faith
placed in him. His kick tied the score at 21-21 with slightly
over a minute left in the third period.
As the fourth quarter opened, the Lobosi inspired uThin
Red Line" again forced the Falcons to punt. Perkins returned
this from the 29 to the 47 and ignited the Lobos7 last scoring
Later Perkins scootcd through the Falcon defenders un-
touched to score on the next play. Beach kicked the extra
point and New Mexico led 28-21, with 10 minutes left in the
The Air Force came back with a TD which left the score
at 28-27, LobosT favor.
New Mexico got the ball and killed the clock and sealed the
Standing ovation for one of the greatest Lobo teams of 2111 time by the student body of UNM.
gjxfew KEMQ or fAe Lvosy
of Regents; Pete McDavid, Athletic Director; Tom L. Popejoy, UNM President; XV. C. Krueger,
Ground breaking ceremonies for the new stadium. L. to R.: Finlay MacGillivray, Chairman, Board
The new 30,000 seat football stadium will be on University land in the Southeast Heights near Milne Sta-
dium. Fans can see the new stadium by turning west off Yale Blvd. onto Southern, SE.
Artist's sketch of new stadium.
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vigya $211,; Lgmrwa
TD coming up by Don Perkins against BYU.
. against Arizona.
Ceorgc Friberg in action against Montana.
D011 Pcrkn gets through with 'xcellcnt blocking from teammate Bob
Sorry fellas, I mis cdH
Perkins in at 011 against Texas Vcstem Pass complete to Cleveland in the Cherry Silver h M. A.8zM. VS. U.N.M.
VARSITY CIIEERLEADERS: Front row L. to RJ: Angela Amorous, Gretchen Brooks, Ianna Daniels, and Julie Dove. Second row:
Ray Porter, head chccrlcader-i Jary Carolc May, Louie thc Lobo, E. I. Peaker, and Steve XVright.
FRESIIMAN CIIEERLEADERS: L. to R.: Dinny Dasburg, Patty Camp, Linda Nelson, LcRoy Martinez, Iudv Pratt, Julie
Mary Carole May, Head Cheerleader
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Starla, MP anal xHoller.
Angela Amorous Gretchen Brooks Janna Daniels
From left to right back 10112Assist2111tCOachHarm Miller T0111 King, Dale Hawk, I11111111 Caton, 11111 Hall Francis C0ffcc,Mart1' 1118111
I'ranms Cr ant and Head Coach Bob chc11c1.Fro11tro11': Ronmc 1361561 11111111 Harr1',1112111 Larr1'Sn1it11,B111Reid,Lan111 1thcrs Gig
Brummell Sc21tcd,fro11t: StudentVanagcrDachiLkerson
T110 Points for N.M.
Texas W estern
New Mexico State
Colorado Statc Univ.
Colorado State Univ.
Air Force Acndmny
New Mexico Statc
, do you?" Time running out for NCW Mexico against
It's mind! Action agamst Dcm' Come to Papa.
Tom King sinks one for NM agal lst XVyoming. Tom King shooting right-handcd in Montana Gig Brummell for NM.
Front row, 1. to r.: Stan Hayes, Floyd Highfleld, Crcg Styles, Charles Cummings, John Shaski, Vick Kline, Ralph Liguori. Second row, 1. to r.: Lanny Winters,
Ralph Harryman, Jim Caton, Ron James, T0111 Abbot, Gig Brummcl.
oCettermen ,5 C1145
'l'he Lettermalfs Club was organized at UNM to strengthen interest among
those who are interested in athletics and to further the welfare of its members.
Membership is open to those men awarded the N M. Under the present ruling
of the Athletic Council, a man must maintain a 1.0 grade average to be eligible
for the Nb I.
Front row: L. to R: Alfred Florence, Lloyd Von XVOIH, Iohn Bowdish; row 2: lack Ochil, Chris Lomto, Ioe Ilcaston; row 3:
Chuck Corbin, Mgr., Carlos Torres, Tom Smylic, Ted Brooks, Coach XVillis Barnes. 'l'hc Lobo XVrcstling team won 2, lost 8.
W'ou'rc hurting my arm." 'l'om Smylic gets that HOld Feeling."
Smylic retuliates. Uhhll
F101111011 1 '10 R.:1101111 Miller Bob B0110 $101111 11' atLins, XValt Bau111g211d11cr C11ar1ic HatEcld D2110 117113111110 R211 PortcrLtcam cap121111,L1le Parker
11111 C111101d, B111 Best 10111 Sparks Back 1011: Coach 101111111 111111131115 and his 3011 101111 11., B011 111111161 101111 5010111 1c1gcr, Charlie P011611 X11110 C10111cv
Bob Ed11ards D2111d Da11d, 101111 MCMalm 10111 Chase Roger 111115011. Missing 13 tc1111 manager Ralph Ligouri.
Ray Porter, U M Swim Team Captain, took 2nd place Practicing 111C butterHy stroke 111 UNM 11001.
in Skyline Diving 1111311631.
Lobo Golf 'I'cam: L. to R.: Jim Abbott, Paul Rost, Bob Meicring tcam captain and former Skyline Modal Champ,
Icrry Truax, Vic Kline, former New Mexico State Amatcur Champion.
UNM Golf Coach
The Lobo golfers won the Skyline title in '3; 38, and ,59.
Lobo Tennis Team: L. to R., Row 1: Benny Carter, Stcvc Sanchez, John Mnmma, Chuck Boyd. Row 2: Charlie
Rlltx Ir. Letterman, Jack Kcnncdy AH American, Laddic Mills, Larry Kingsley.
UNM Tennis Coach
The Lobo Tennis Team x "as ' 59 Skyline runnepup.
3' 6 via"
1959-60 Lobo Track 'I'cam: Front row: Jerry Sutherlcn, Floyd IIithll, Stan Hayes, Lcc 'l'russcll, Jim Ransom, Barrett
Price.'l'0111 Abbott, Ron Pies, Ronnie Singlcton. Row 2: Jim Duprce, Terry Stafford, Jim Stewart, Paul Ilartin. Jim
Eppsrson, Dick Howard, Monte Doyle, John Ramscy, Tony Shaw. Row 3: Harvey Pccl, Tom Kclchcr, Ralph Carey,
Charles Lockhart, Adolph Plummcr, Andy Sinclair, R. P. XVatcrs, L011 Cottingham, Mike XVright.
UNM 'I'rack Coach
R. P. XVaters A . . . . . throwing shot forNcchxico. How did I let myself gct talked into thisl!"
Dick Howard helped put the Lobos 011 the map in track during his first season at New Mexico. Dick is shown
above beating former world champion Glen Davis in the finals of the national AAU +10 meter hurdles last
spring. Howard also won the NCAA championship and placed second in the Russian Games in Philadelphia,
in the Pan American Games in Chicago, and in several races in Europe. In addition, he beat Josh Culhrcuth in
the first Albuquerque Invitational AAU meet this summer.
Excellent form . . . . . . displayed by NcwMexico in 400 meter hurdles.
Front row, L. to R.: 'I'ommy Dunn, Fred Chrcist. Tommy Bruskas, Shorty Bennett, Amador Duran, Buddy Robertson, Ron
Bciscl, Don Keith. Back row: Coach George Petrol, Don Ashcraft, Everett Polanco, Don Pagctt, Buddy Madcr, Jerry Neely,
Charles XVhite, Herb Craig, Steve Stcinhoffcr, Pete VVck-h.
H H Tom Bruskns 011 UNM Diamond.
UNM Baseball Coach
Lionel Hampton comes to UNM.
The master himself!
Mine is the second one from the left 0n the third shelf down
0n the right hand sidc
These slaves await the auction block.
The second annual University of New Mexico Greek
XVeek was a gathering of more than goo UNM Greeks
sponsored by the Inter-Fraternity Council and Pan-
hellenic Council. ttGreeks Together" was the theme for
this event which was held April 19-25, 1959.
Highlights of the week included the slave auction and
the big Greek dance. The Slave Auction netted $325. The
money was given to Saint Anthonys Orphanage. The auc-
tion was held in front of the Administration Building,
with Bill Prevetti 0f KLOS acting as the auctioneer. The
highest price paid for slaves was $69 paid by the Pikes for
two Pi Phi beauties.
HI have $40 do I hear $4; for this lovely little wine
WVho cares!!!" about legs and ankles and relay races says this
Pi Beta Phi took Erst in thc Sorority division With Ummgaxmh le Natives arc Restless Tonight."
Phi Delta Theta received first in the Fraternity division with WHlC Educational Drag."
Chi Omega came in for second place with HNcw Orleans Street Scene."
- Tamm Www w
a I n - I III- -
Kappa Alpha Theta usL ml'hc Habit" to win third place.
Finally . . . an 2111 sorority chorus Closed the show.
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"WE 6HOLJLL7, E THANKFLIL THE emoaNre; Haze AT
ULNM. VON THINK weze TH' 'WGF 5NAPF' TYPE. '
ODrawn special for the Lobo by the creator of nLittle Man 011 Campus.U
E. I. Pcaker performs in
the Variety Show honor-
ing El Rey y La Reina dc
13 Fiesta, Jerry Prohaska
and Patty Howard.
'I'hc newlycrowncd King and Queen pose with dancc band leader Johnny Norton, and Randy Talbot, W110 presented the Queen
with a bouquet of red roses.
On the Midway, repressed frustrations were released for 25c.
Popular Vcstcm singer, Johnny Horton, played and sang at the Tennis
0 Court Dance.
cCa les ta . . .
And . . . the dzmcc was a great success!!
Anyone not wearing western togs was rounded up by the
MA ' ; , , ,- - , , x1:
The Manny Duran Quartet played for the Bar-B Quc a good time was had by all."
Neil Frumpkin, winner of thc
beard-growing contest, fortunately
participated in the beard-shaviug
"Hem enly Bodies" was the theme of thc Vater
Fiesta ended with a dance starring Marty Rob ms held at tho Fairgrounds.
Mirage pictures will be taken in the Activities Center of the
Freshmen are amazed, ths this the way it always is?"
Squaws in charge of details Concerning thc Pow-wa arc caught in con-
ference. Left to right: Arlene Olson, Barbara Olingcr, Carol Rice, Trish
Crowley, Judy Abbott, h Iartha rlricrwilligcr.
iiMar-v Coed" gives freshman 110111611 3 prcvicw of their First few 11'eeks at UNXI.
This year AXVS gave a ttSouthwcstem XVclcome7, to
the freshman women at their 21111111211 AXVS Sq1121ws7 Pow1
Wow. Campus fashions were shown by AXVS Council
members, and uMary Coed" 11121ch her 21111111211 appear-
ance. Displays introduced the freshman women to the
organizations on campus and encouraged them to become
a part of their activities. Refreshments concluded a full
Beautifully tailored slacks and a warm, fuzzy swcatcr are
modelled by Jeannie Jontz.
Every group 011 campus was well represented at the Pow-XVow.
LEGS 8 A NKLE S
51165 the strongest of them all.
Now to get out of this trap!
just about the right sizcll
She's the thirsticst 0f thcm all.
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The Homecoming queen makes an appearance at the Alumni Dance.
Homecoming queen Ione Zimmerman and her attendants, Carol
Elkins and Judy Zauotti make a very pretty picture.
All of these beauties make up the royal court. L. to R.: Lili Constan, Carol Elkins, Jean Weld, Dawn
Fritz, Indy Zanotti, Honey XVilder, Joan Julian, Ione Zimmerman, Iacque Hillman.
Queen Ione is crowned by Ralph Trigg, president of the class of ,34.
UNMB 42nd Homecoming, Oct. 30 and 31, opened Friday
night with the judging of the House Decorations, followed by
the crowning 0f the Queen and a huge bonhre. The parade
down Central Ave. took place Saturday morning. Luncheons
and open houses honoring our alums were held throughout
the day. UNM played Denver U. in the afternoon. A dance
featuring Lee Castle and the late Jimmy Dorsey's orchestra cli-
maxed the 1959 Homecoming.
Our Alums dance it up at the Alumni Dance.
It's blowing down again.
in tAe Wain
F116 blgs Chmb lllgh. Anyone for soggy IIapkln
Pi Kappa Alpha took Erst honors with uIlamms BCCr
of Sky Blue Vatch."
Pi Beta Phi received first with a Mavcrick" thcmc.
Phi Dclta Theta used Lawrence Vclk's bubblcs to win ;
Chi Omega welcomed the alums in HLix'ing Color" and gained -X ma Chi Omega took third with 511ir1cy 'I1cmple's Storybook."
Cmcsomc "XVC'H Get Em in the End" won Erst for Sigma Chi. HSkunk Em Lobos" brought Phi Delta 'l'heta the
Our mascots on parade lead cheerleaders David XVilshin
and Ray Porter.
Leading the parade was Our lovcly queen. Third place was takcn by Tau Kappa Epsilon with uRack Fm Up Lobos."
Jayne Ames and Lee Castle entertain with the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra
at the IImnccoming Dance.
UNM Band salutes our TV station KNME-at halftime. Queen lone is honored at halftime.
i f L i i xEmecoming
UGO team!" is the advice of our pretty Cheerleaders.
Sweepstakes trophies arc prcscnted to the Tri Dcits for Homecoming attendants, Carol E1-
housc decorations and t0 the Phi Dclts for the Parade kins and Judy Zanotti, arc honorcd
by Queen lone, at half time.
iWVhat a game!" Coach Marv Levy
seems to be saying.
The 'l'hcta's whale looks plcascd about something. Could it he the rain?
Er Ass PAiNi
and this decoration
" ' ' " The wind blew
In keeping with the weather, . . . we'llfrcczefmout. couldn't take it.
The proccssion is led by Mortar Boards.
President Popcjoy delivers his annual Christmas
Since primitive time man had worshipped the sun as the source of
life and light. The emergence of the sun after the shortest day of the
year was cause for rejoicing. Among the Romans this yearly milestone
prompted a period of feasting called the Saturnaha. In the barbaric
northlands a similar winter festival, the Yule, took place. Great logs
were set ablaze in the honor of the gods, Odin and Thor, and people
Clustered around drinking from horns and listening to the bards sing
their ancient lays. In Persia fires were kindled t0 Mithra, god of light,
while in England the Druids gathered the sacred mistletoe and made
live sacrifices to their deities.
h'Iany of those ancient Customs were adapted to Christmas ritual
and by the 13th Century the Church itself had added the drama of
the crib tor ereehei that was popularized by St. Francis. Three huir
dred years later, another religious leader, Martin Luther, brought an
evergreen into his home and decorated it with candles to simulate the
starry sky which glittered above the stable where Christ was born. But
Whatever the custom, from the lighting of candles, the giving of gifts,
the singing of carols, and the hanging of the greenseeaeh has become
today an expression of the gladness and good will which Christmas
A packed house.
WVhite Christmas" is traditionally sung by Sherman Smith.
Everyone rises as the last carol is sung.
CA risl'mas Wespers
Singing in the Christmas Vespers are, left to right: Charles W. Davis, director; Sharon Scatcs, Nancy Lutz, Helene Fisher, Jean Miller, Iudi Turano, Martha
Wainwright, Marcia XVhitten, Marilyn Thomas, Alice Lee Robberson, Beverly Kynor, Karen Albach, Linda VValdrop, Sunny L11 Peer, Nancy VVizmt, Vaughn
Ramsey, Martha Beauchamp.
Dottie Howe won the door prizeothis lovable, fuzzy-wuzzy
The music of the UNM Fanfare Dance Band put everyone in a holiday mood!
Each year before the Christmas holidays, Alpha Phi Omega sponsors the Toy Dance. Admission is one toy per couple,
and these are given to Children who otherwise would have no Christmas.
Sivnm Alpha Epsilon won First Placc 1'11 Hm Melfs Di
Alpha Chi Omega took second place for the women and Phi Delta T heta took second for the men.
VMAQCA anal Company Come
The famous Brubeck Quartet, featuring Paul Desmond 011 the alto sax.
Dave Brubeck. master of the piano and musical ambassador. f-w
. 1g .
jazz, jazz, jazsz j I
Some of the best sounds in modern and progressive jazz
were heard at the ttAEPi Jazz Fiesta by the Rio Grandcf
On stage were some of the most outstanding jazz groups
in the world: the Dave Brubeck Quartet; Chris Connor,
who has proved that thcrcts always a new way to sing an
old song; the Chico Hamilton Quintet; thc Maynard Fcrw
gusou Band, which was ranked fourth in the nation last
year by Down Beat; and the Lambert-Hendricks and Ross
vocal group. Master of ceremonies for the jazz Eesta was
Leonard Feather, columnist for Down Beat and widely
known music critic.
Thc Chico Hamilton Quintet, outstanding for its improvisations 011 old
songs and new; the group that comes closest to blending classical music
Dave Lambert, Annie Ross and Ion Ilcndricks, said by the Chris Connor
critics to be the "Hottest Vocal Group in Jazz."
Lt. Governor Ed Mead, crowns Popular-
ity B311 Queen Mary Carole May, as at-
tendants Indy Dodd and E. I. Peakcr 100k
Queen Mary Carole May poses with H, to rJ Neil Frumkin, MIRAGE Business Manager, E. I.
Pcaker, Judy Dodd. and Lt Gov. Ed Mead.
b at the Ball to the mmic of Freddie XVilliams.
As she watched votes being tallied, Elaine Owens didn't suspect that she
was soon to be Queen of the Crystal Ball.
Up goes the Crystal Ball!
music for the dance.
Crystal Ball Queen, Elaine Owens, and her attendants U. to rj Nina XVintcr, Liz Cheers, and
The moment of suspense has arrived. Our 1960
King of Hearts is . . .
Dennis Duffy, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1960 King of Hearts and date, Suzanne Vay1and Qentcr
Toupleb attendants and dates, Bob XVenk and Diane Blair Uer; Dick Gcrding and Eilccn
I'Iutchison. Intermission time . . .
Members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and their dates join in song . . . Phi Alpha!
Dick Howell, Student Body Vice
Prcsident, has his turn.
Student Council members volunteer for this!!
XVinners of trophies and awards presented at the Billy May Dance
are Wneelingk Gerald K6180 WMagooW, Ugly Man on Cam-
pus; Dave Dawson, Campus Chest Chmn. Back row: john Ram
ming, Campus Chest Drive Chairman; Tina Karsten, Wing E,
Hokona; and Donna Moutray, representing Delta Delta Delta
in accepting the Traveling Trophy for per capita donations.
M A mm E.
Entertainment by Billy May, with Frankie Lester, provides a fitting climax to Campus Chest.
XVhen tapping begins, eyes point straight ahead and there is com-
plete silence unti1 that Erst delighted squeal!!!
Oh, Gosh! Is it really happening to me?
Yeh, you,re the one! Oh! No, I couldn't have made it!
kj'fow $0 you Study?
The Mirage staff was curious as to how people studied to pass
their finals. These pictures are the result of our photographefs
tour of the dorms during Final W eek. He found peoplee
Studying . . . .7 ?
The light of knowledge is beginning to shine.
A long night with the hooks ended like this.
i'Oh, . . . Where to begin!"
. By the way, are you busy Saturday night?"
And so, finals
Sitting at a desk is studious . . . but it's more comfortable this way.
The Baccalaureate service was held in Johnson Gym.
Elsie A. Demas with the help of her dog, Ike, received Carol Kutnewk ', last yeafs MIRAGE Norris E. Bradbury addresses the 1959
her diploma. editor, rec ives hcr diploma. graduating Class.
The University of New Mexico is one of 67; schools which contribute to the annual publication, WVhO's Who in
American Colleges and Universities?
The students 011 the following pages, selected by the student body, were chosen for scholastic achievement; participa-
tion and leadership in extraeCurricular activities; Citizenship and service to the school; and promise of future usefulness.
Each of these honored students receives a certificate of merit from the WVhots XVho't publication at a tea given by
Mortar Board. Also at this time, these students are presented to Albuquerque Citizens.
Congratulations to these seniors, who will appear in the 1960 edition of the annual publication.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
AWS 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Treas. 3; Pros. 4
1 Homecoming Queen
IAWS, Regional Convention
t RUTH BALLENGER
Kappa Alpha Dream Girl
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Efficiency
New Mexico Union Board 3, 4
Phi Gamma Nu 2, 3, 4
Senate Budget Advisory Comm.
Sophomore Class V. Pres.
Spurs, Pres. ; National V. P. 3, 4
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres.
Leadership Conference 2. 3, 4
MIRAGE Organizations Editor 1
Student Council, 3
Student Court, 4
TURNER W. BRANCH
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres.
Pi Kappa Alpha. Pledge Tr.
Pi Sigma Alpha, Govyt. Honorary
Student Body President
VICKI BROOKS BRANCH
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Campanas Blue Key
Freshman Sec.-Treas. Chgkqa
Mortar Board Phi Sigma
Pi Lambda Theta
Varsity Head Cheerleader
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico
AFROTC, Deputy Commander
Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres.
Arnold Air Society
Commerce Council, Pres.
Kappa Alpha, Sec.
Senior Class President
THOMAS D. COUGHLEN
Fort Worth, Texas
Blue Key, Pres.
Engineer's Joint Council
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Phi Delta Theta
DIANA B. DARNALL
Albuquerque, New Mexico
AWS, Vice Pres.
Alpha Chi Omega, Pres.
Phi Alpha Theta
Alamogordo. New Mexico
Town Club, Social Chmn., Pres.
Phi Alpha Theta
Phi Lambda Theta
MARLYS B. DURAN
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Dean 5 List
Leadership Conference 1, 2, 3
Mortar Board. Editor
Senate. Rules Committee Chmn.
Tri Delta Alumni Scholarship
Theta Sigma Phi, VP, Treas.
Senate Rep, 2
Pledge Trainer 3
Vice Pres. 4
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Alpha Delta Pi, President
Associated Party Delegate
IAWS Regional Convention
MIRAGE, copy editor 1
Panhellenic Council, sec'y.
Senior Class Vice President
Spurs, adviser 3
DAN E. EPLEY
Farmington, New Mexico
A Capella Choir
Apologian Club, President
L R. C. Vice President
UNM Wind Ensemble
IRVING 4BUDDY4 HART
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Chakaa, Vice President
Pi Kappa Alpha
East Moline, Illinois
AP Delegate 2, 3, 4
Campus Uhest Chmn. 3
Crystal Ball Attendant 1
Cultural Committee 2
Delta Delta Delta. Pres. 4
Fiesta Publ. Chmn. 3
Homecoming Chmn. 3
IAWS Regional Conv. Registrar 4
Leadership Conference 1. 2, 3
Panhellenic Council 2: Pres. 3
Student Council 4
Student Senate 2
JOHN B. HAYS
Blue Key, Treasurer
NROTC Wardroom Society
Wardroom Board of Directors
Phi Delta Theta, President
Student Court, Chief Justice
Student Senate Steering Comm.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Homecoming Co-Chmn., 2
IFC Rush Chmn. 2; VP 3;
Clovis, New Mexico
Baseball Team '57. '58, '59
Dean4s List, 2
Delta Sigma Phi, Sect.
Jr. I.F.C. Rep;
Lettermerfs Club 2, 3; V.P. 2
Mesa Vista Dorm. Head
Student Body V.P.
Student Council 2 years
Student Senate Pres.
Student Union Board
Clovis. New Mexico
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Soc.
Leadership Conference 3
Editor 2, 3
Newman Club : 4 yrs.
PE Maj. and Min, 4 yrs. Pres. 2
RallyCom 1, 2
WRC 1, 2, 3
JANET LEE JENKINS
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Student Art Guild, Pres.
Pi Beta Phi
JOHN L. KENNEDY
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Fiesta Kim: Candidate
Lettermen's Club, Social Chmn.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pres.
Tennis Team 1. 2. 3, ;
Tennis Team, All American
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pres.
Alpha Phi Omega: Sect, Treas.,
Sectional Planning Chmn.
Hillel, Pres., Sectional Chmn.
Inter-Religious Council, Pres.
New Mexico Union Board
Union Program Directorate
United Student Party, Treas.
Tucumcari, New Mexico
Blue Key. Vice President
Kappa Alpha, Treasurer
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Alpha Chi Omega, 2nd VP;
AWS, Regional Co-Chairman
IAWS Convention Co-Chmn.
WRA, VP; Pub. Chmn.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Fiesta King 1959
Football. 3 Yr. Letterman
Lettermen1s Club, Sec.
Sigma Chi, Pres.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
AWS, Judicial Board, Chmn.
Kappa Alpha Theta, Treas.,
Mortar Board, Hist.
Phi Sigma, Sec.
Roswell, New Mexico
Homecoming Chmn., 1959
MIRAGE Bus. Mgr., 2 yrs.
NSA Regional VP
Phi Delta Theta, VP
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Alpha Chi Omega, Lyra Editor
Light Opera Workshop
Todd Short Story Winner, 2 yrs.
Modern Dance Workshop
Mortar Board, Secretary
Horgan lst Prize, Short Story
Phi Sigma Iota
ROBERT M. WERDIG, JR.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
AP Group Leader
Athletic Advisory Board
Fiesta Committee Chmn., 3
Junior Class President
Navy Wardroom Society 1,
2, 3, 4
NROTC Battalion Commander
Phi Delta Theta, VP
Student Senate 1, 2, 3
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Esquire Club, President
Khatali, Blue Key
Sigma Tau, Historian
Univ. Flying Club, sect.-treas.
Ft. Sumner, New Mexico
Campus Chest Chairman 1959
Delegate to SCONA 1958
Homecoming Committee 1958
1959 Leadership Confer. Chmn.
Student Senator 1957-59
Panama, Republic of Panama
Intramural Chairman T-Dorms
Pi Kappa Alpha
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Fiesta. Dance Decorations Chmn.
Kanpa Kappa Gamma,
Sec. 4 yrs.
Leadership Conference 3
SAE nLittle Sister of Minerva"
SAE Sweetheart Attendant
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Student Union Directorate
Varsity Queen Attendant 3
Carlsbad, New Mexico
Fiesta Chmn. 1, 3
Greek Week Chmn.
IRC, Newman Club
Junior Class Vice President
Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Supervisor
Student Council 3, 4
Student Senate 1, 2, 3
This Week We Honor
Waterlous, Pres. 4
Santa Fe, New Mexico
AWS, Judicial Board
Campanas, Vice Pres.
Chi Omega, Sec.
Homecoming Queen Attendant
Hobbs, New Mexico
Chi Omega, Pledge Trainer
Chi Omega, Personnel Chmn.
Mortar Board, Pres.
Phi Gamma Nu, Sea, Pres.
Student Council Sec.
Carlsbad, New Mexico
Hokona Hall, Secretary
Hokona Hall, House Council
Mortar Board, Vice President
State Student Nurses
Student Nurses, Secretary
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A fairer maiden there was never . . . never, that is, until the spot-
light flashed upon lone Zimmerman. W ho could ever forget the thrill-
ing scene up on the coronation balcony? Amid wild Cheering, lone was
crowned Homecoming Queen! A member of Kappa Kappa Gamma
sorority and an elementary education major, lones many honors in
clude being Queen of the NROTC Military Ball, Navy Color Girl,
and Dream Girl attendant of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Her campus
activities include serving as junior adviser to Spurs, and membership in
SEA. When not working behind the Circulation desk at the UNM lie
brary, Ione can usually be found indulging in one of her many hobbies
-tennis, bowling, ice skating, piano-playing, or dancing.
An attractive elementary education major from
Belen, New Mexico. Carole Elkins is living proof
that titcachers were definitely not made similarly ten
years agofl Active in Chi Omega sorority, the Stu-
dent Education Association, the Fanfare Chorus, and
Pi Lambda Theta tcducation honoraryl. Carole
loves to read and listen to music . . . when and if
she has time! Homecoming attendants are really
among the itcrcam of the Crop."
Alpha Chi Omegays pledge trainer, Indy Zanotti,
sets an excellent example of student leadership for
their pledges. Her many contributions to UNM ine
elude being secretziryetreasurer 0f the freshman Class,
chairman of the Freshman Seminar Program, Stue
dent COunCil member, member of Phi Gammu Nu,
honorary business fraternity for women, secretary of
the National Newman Club Convention. 3 Spur,
and a Campuna. This business major junior from
Albuquerque lists student government and listening
to music as her favorite activities. All in all, with girls
like Judy working for UNh l, the entire student body
7959 72esta Queen
Queen, Sweetheart, and Beauty . . . all describe our 1959 Fiesta
Queen, Patty Howard. A vivacious brunette in Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Patty obtained an enviable suntan first semester while studying at the
University Of Hawaii. Hcr titles and awards include chctheart of
Sigma Chi, Varsity Queen, and winner of the Junior Chamber of Com-
merccys award for outstanding service. An English Education major,
this golf and skiing enthusiast hopes to eventually teach in California
or New York.
7959 iesta $143
Outstanding in many phases of university life is Jerry Prohaska, our
1959 Fiesta King. A biology graduate student with plans of being a
dentist, Jerry as an undergraduate was captain of the football team,
president of the Lottermen's Club, and a member of Sigma Chi fra-
ternity, Vigilantes, Chakaa, and Blue Key. A transfer from Colorado
State. Jerry will play professional football with the Houston Oilcrs next
year. For relaxation, Icrry ha native of Albuquerquei can be found
working 011 any available cur.
Mary Carole May
Chi Omegis allarouud ttsistcrf Mary Carole May, COIL
tributes daily to the improvement of many phases of University
of New Mexico life by participating in: school spirit, as head
varsity cheerleader and as chairman of RallyConfs Dogpatch
Daze Dance; government, as senator in the Student Senate and
member of the IAXVS 1960 Regional Convention committee
tsponsored in the Spring by the Associated Women Studentsk
acadmnically, as a sophomore majoring in elementary educw
tion. In her rare ttspare timeh Mary Carole indulges in her
favorite activities-swimm111g, bowling, and dancing. A11 in all,
UNM can be and is proud of the queen who reigned over the
annual Mirage dance.
04tten Jan ts
Graduating from Highland High VSW in Albu-
querque, Iudy Dodd entered UNM and pledged
Kappa Kappa Gamma. A sophomore majoring in
speech therapy, Judy was a Spur, Esquire Girl of the
Esquire Club hveteransh club on campusL and a
member of Canterbury Club. Outside Of class, she
can be found swimming, listening to music, or danc-
ing. A capable lass with a winning personality, Judy
is bound to have a successful future.
6. j ?OeaAer
Now studying drama at the University of Austria
is E. I Peaker, an adorable Delta Delta Delta. At
UNM, E. I. starred in dramatic productions CThe
LarkU, swam in VVaterlous, cheered as a varsity
i cheerleader, worshipped at the Newman Center, and
was honored as a Spur and Crystal Ball Queen.
1 Without a doubt, drama and dancing are the favor-
i ite activities of this native of Pueblo, Colorado.
s UNM and the Tri Delt house couldlft be prouder
h of E. J. Peaker, allearound exchange student.
ijng of xmarfs
Denis Dutty, a native of Mobile, Alabama, plans a career in naval
aviation. Denis was active in the Naval ROTC at UNM and was the
commander of the NROTC Drill Team and the NROTC Sword
TeanL A Junior in business administration, Denis, as chairman of the
Associated Party, was active in student government, and he also was a
member of the Newman Club. ttDuff" twhieh he hates to be callch
is an outstanding member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and has served the
Chapter in various ways: as social Chairman, pledge trainer, house man-
ager, leadership school group leader, and as Rush Chairman for the
: Dick Gerding. the president of Sigma Chi fraternity
i and rush Chairman of the Inter-Fraternity Council,
would hunt and fish anytime, anywhere, and any way
if given half the chance. A graduate of Highland High
Cgm in Albuquerque, Dick is a junior majoring in
business administration with high hopes of becoming
an attorney . . . he certainly would never lack Clients!
A PE major and biology minor from Albuquerque,
Bob W enk Uike his fellow-jackt , would rather hsh and
hunt than anything. Thank heavens, however, he had
the time to play varsity football, be a delegate to the
Associated Party in student government, and devilishly
be 011 the Fiesta Posse . . . who wamft caught without
western Clothes on? Last but certainly not least, Bob is
a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity.
40 ?vorce 9967C: Queen
Air Force tradition and glory are bestowed upon a queen each year at
the AFROTC hllilitary Ball . . . Nancy Bivins was the 1960 cadet
Choice! Charm plus beauty plus personality add up to an outstanding
person to know, which is Nancy. A freshman majoring in business,
Nancy belongs to Chi Omega social sorority, RallyCom, and W esley
Foundation. Her favorite hobbies include bowling, swimming, tennis,
music listening, and dancing.
A freshman majoring in Fine Arts, Sali Barnett
practices her major by being active on the Campus
Chest and Homecoming publicity committees, and
on the New Mexico Union Art Directorate. This
artist. 21 member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, loves
to do an assortment of activities: paint, work with
ceramics, read, horseback ride, ice skate. and bowl.
A sophomore from Carlsbad, New Mexico, Dona
Moutmy is majoring in elementary education. The
social Chairman of Delta Delta Delta social sorority,
Dona was active on campus as a member of the New
Mexico Union Hospitality committee, the Campus
Chest committee chairman for Tri Delt, RQHyCOm,
and the Chairman of speakers for the IAW7S Con-
vention. Regardless of being busy with her many
activities, Dona always Ends time to waterski and
bowl . . . anytime and anywhere.
mvy w Queen
If music is truly the voice of angels. UNM can Claim one
. . . Nancy Snider, a musicallyiinchncd history major, who
was Chosen by this yearis iiiidshipmen to reign as their queen
at the annual Military Ball. A Kappa Kappa Gamma from
Tucumcari, New Mexico, Nancy serves the cultural aspect of
UN M by singing with the Fanfare Chorus. the Larry Macs, and
the itCompanions iii Sougf" and working 0n the New Mexico
Union art committee. XVith singing as her Erst choice, Nancy
also loves to horseback ride. play tennis. bowl. and work with
avy ?QC 7C
A freshman majoring in secretarial training,
Norma Mart is from Hobbs, New h'Iexicot At Hobbs
High School, she was active in Phi Gamma Gamma
social sorority. At UNM, Norma, an attendant to
the Navy ROTC Queen, was on Hokona Hale team
in the XVomenE Bowling League at the New Mexico
Union and marched during our glorious football
season in the UNM Marching Band. Bowling and
dancing most attract Norma in the way of favorite
A native of Albuquerque, Kathy Riley is majoring
in drama . . . and can usually be found working on
the various dramatic productions. The assistant rush
chairman for Alpha Chi Omega social sorority. Kathy
devotes hours and hours of sincere planning to Rush
parties, Rodey Theatre, the Dance Workshop, and
the Panhcllenic Council. Kathy73 favorite ttspare
timdy activities include drama and dancing.
Crystal Ball Queen
The queen of Mesa Vista and Coronado Dorms, Crystal B2111, Elaine
Owens, hails from Santa Fe, New Mexico. A transfer from Colorado
XVonlens College hvhere she was active in the dorm council, Student
Christian Association, and the Dolphins Swimming Cluby Elaine is
undecided concerning her future career. At UNM, Elaine is in Rally-
Com, XVomenk Recreation Council, VVaterlous, and Vice-president of
her dorm wing. Swimming, bowling, horseback riding, skiing, and
dancing are high on her list of outsof-class events.
1959 ?Dapey 1M!
Vim, Vigor, and Vitality mixed with an array of beauty and Charm,
Carol Chadil is living proof that ttGentlemen prefer blondes"
especially from Hermosa Beach. California. A member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma sorority, and an anthropology major, Carol devotes her extra
time to skiing tor rather, breaking her foot going down the great white
wand, tennis, horseback riding, listening to music, the Ski Club, XVRA,
and Student Senate. To the envy of all, the Queen of the Journalism
Ball attended the VIII Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley!
ratem ity Sweet earts
Linda Bureau Frankyc Earnest Chris Johnson
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Cirl
Kay Latter Pat Layton Helen Longucira
Signm Phi Epsilon Sweetheart Kappa Sigma Sweetheart Phi Delta Theta Sweetheart
Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phi Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha
Gail Russell Barbara Sturgcs
Kappa Alpha Rose
5 wire irls
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Mary Ellen Smith
The University of New Mexico has, not one,
but three mascots: Teko, Kobuk, and Ceba-
Sue. Ceba-Sue is the Freshman mascot, and
Kobuk took over as Varsity mascot when Teko
was ill. Among them, they attend all Univer-
sity athletic events. Kobuk and Teko are shown
below with their sledge at the Homecoming
game. In the picture at the left are Teko ttopt ,
Kobuk tcentert, and cha-Sue tbottonw as
they pose for the photographer in front of the
These three Malemutes show 2111 of the pat-
terns of the breed: Kobuk, tricolor; Teko, silver
tip; and CebaeSue, common or W 01f pup. K0-
buk is originally from our second newest state,
Alaska. He is listed with the American Kennel
i masco ts
Club tAKCi and is Tekois sire. Ceba-Sue is
i from h Iichigan and is registered with the AKC.
; CebaSue comes from a line of fourteen Cham-
l pious, including Grand Champion, Brum of
t Huskey Pak.
Maleniutes are named after the peaceful
; Alaskan tribe of the same name, who brought
the dogs over with them from Siberia. The
AKC has traced the ancestry of this beautiful
breed back 2000 years. They are very peaceful
dogs and they love children. Besides being ex
cellent watchdogs, they hold the world,s rece
i OIdS in the amount of weight they can pull and
in the distance they can go.
The UNM mascots are owned by Mr. James
Cope, of Albuquerque.
Kobuk with Duke Perkins and Teko with Mr. Jim Cope,
Death, be not proud, though some have called thee
Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so;
For those whom thou thinkyst thou dost overthrow
Die110t, poor Death, 110r yet canst thou kill me.
From rest and sleep, which but thy pictures be,
Much pleasure,the11 from thee much 1110re111ustH0w,
And soonest our best111e11 with thee do go,
Rest of their bones and souls, delivery.
Thou art slave to tate7Chai1ce, kings, and desperate men,
And dost with poison, war, and sickness dwell,
And poppy, or charms can make us sleep as well,
And better than they stroke; why swell7st thou then?
One short sleep past, we wake eternally,
And Death shall be 110 111010; Death, thou shalt die.
Dan Morris Hopkins, UNM Sophomore
James B. House, UNM Senior
Dr. John Poorc, Assoc. Prof. of Art
Robert Reid, UNM Freshman
Robert Howard Teeplc. NCOIC, Student Administration, AF ROTC
Dr. Loyd S. Tircman, Chmn., Dept. of Elem. Educ.
Albuquerque Lumber Co. ................... 32
Albuquerque National Bank .
A111111111Associat1011 . . ......................
Associated Students Bookstore ...............
Bank of New Mexico ........................ 32 .
Blueher Lumber Co. ....................... 33
Buttcriield Jewelers ......................... 31 3
Chisholnfs ................................ 31 1
College Inn Bookstore ...................... 33,
Excelsior Laundry .......................... 32
Fedway's .................................. 32 3
First National Bank ........................ 33
FotoKrome Studios ........................ 31
Given Brothers Shoes ....................... 32 3
Grecnlee Studios .......................... 31 -
La Hacienda Restaurant .................... 32-
Henry,s ................................... 31
Holiday Bowl .............................. 31
Imperial Laundry ......................... 33
Jeanettds Originals ......................... 33.
Jones Motor Co. ......................... 33-
KistlepCollistcr ............................ 31 o
Korbcrk .................................. 32
Wayne Lovelady Motor Co. ................. 31c
Mandcl-Dreyfuss ........................... 31 1
Meach Bakery ............................. 33
Meyer 81 Meyer ............................ 2
Miller 81 Smith ............................. 2
Frank Mindlin Jewelers ..................... 2 .
National Car Rentals ....................... 31
National Bedding C0. . . . . . , . .............. 31
N. M. Janitor Supply ........................ 31 1
Public Service Co. .......................... 32
Paris Shoes ....................... 1 1 . . , . 313
Rainbo Bakery ............................. 33o
Robbins 11111 .............................. 313
SChaefer-Shepherd ......................... 30
Springer Transfer ........................... 33 ,.
Nlikel Stevens ........................... 31
Townc House ...........................
University of New Mexico ................. 32, -
Academic Deans, 21
Ad111inistrati1'e 0816615, 19-20
Air FOl'CC ROTC, 192-196
Queen's Attendants. :93
Alpha C11101116ga, 138-139
Alpha Dc1ta Pi, 160-161
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 133
Alpha Kappa P51, 202
Alpha P111 01116133, 218
Alumni 111611100211 Chapel, 14
1111161162111 Institutc of C116111i631 Engineers,
1811161162111 $061611 of C1111 Engmcers, 203
American 8061611 of Mechanical Engineers,
Apologian C11111, 109
Art 1 8
Associated 1170111611 Stud611ts,2 3 7, 38
Athletic Advisory Board, 40
Awards Day, 277
Concert, 1 83
Marching, 1 82
Baptist Student Union, 110-1 1 1
B1116 K61, 100
Board of 116g611ts,24
Brubeck 311d C0111p1n1 C01116 to UNM
Campus Chest 1960, 276
Campus 1111p101'6111611t Committee, 40
Canterbury Association, 1 1 2
Cheerleaders, 2 38-2 39
C111 Omega, 162-163
C111 Epsilon, 207
Choirs, 1 84, 1 83
Christmas Vespers, 270
Club C1C 1:15 Americas, 2 19
Contemporary Dance, 1 86
Coronado Dorm, 1 2 2
Crystal B2111, 274
Cultural Committee, 41
Delta D6113 Dc1ta. 164-163
D6113 Sigma P111, 1 34
Delta Sigma Pi, 209
Dcpartmcnt Chairmen, 2 2-23
DL-sL'ret Club, 1 13
Engineers' Joint Council, 2 10
Esquire Club, 200
Esquire Girls, 301
Ficsta, 2 34-2 37
Football, 231-- -2 3
Fraternity S11'6Ltl1Larts 300
FICShIanl Class 79- 92
GraduatL StudLnts, 92
Graduation 1939, 280
Grcck XVcek, 231
112111 of Fame, 230
Hanging of 1116 GICCHS, 268-269
1111161, 1 14
110110113 112111, 12 3
1101101121 1101136 Mothers,2 32
110111660111i11g, 262- 267
Quecn's Attcndants, 287
1101116 Economics Club, 2 10
11011013 Program, 106
How Do You St11d1'7, 278-279
111 Mcnmriam, 304-303
Inside t116 Union, 93-93
lntcr-Fratcrnity Council, 130-131
I11tcr-Rcligio1ls Council, 108
Jacks of Hearts, 293
Junior Class, 61-67
11111101 111161-11'rat6111it1' Council, 132
Kappa 1111111121, 136-1 37
Kappa Alpha Theta, 1 66-167
Kappa Kappa 02111111111, 168-169
Kappa 0111161011 P111, 21 1
Kappa Sigma, 138-139
King of Hearts Dance, 273
King of Hearts, 292
lacks 0f 11C211't5, 29 3
K1111 Club, 220
La111bda C11i Alpha, 133
Las Campanas, 103
Lctt61 from the Prcsidcnt, 17
Lionel Hampton, 230
Lobo, 2 24-2 23
Majorettcs, 1 83
MENC-Studcnt Chapter, 2 1 1
Mesa Vista Dorm, 1 26-1 :7
Military B311, 197
Mortar Board. 101
National Student Association, 41
N'znal ROTC 198-199
Queen 5 AttL'11d2111t,297
Ncwman C11111, 1 1' 3 1 17
N611 316-1160 U11i011 Board, 42
New Mexico Union Directorate, 43
Orchestra, 1 87
Pa1111611611i6 C01111Li1, 13
Paper Doll Queen 1939, 299
P 131111015 21nd Minors 2 16
Phi Delta Theta, 140-142
P111 Gamma N11, 21 2
1311361211110, 1 70-171
Pi Kappa Alpha, 143-143
Pi Lambda T116151, 21 2
Popularity Ball,2 273
Queeifs Attendants, 291
Program Series, 188-189
Prstvtcrian U11i1 crsit1'F611011'511ip, 118
Prcsident of thc U11i1 Lrsit1',16
Radio Board, 42
RallyCom, 22 1
chistration, 2 38
Rcligious Student Centers, 1 20
Remember t116 Rush Partics?, 1 72-173
Rcscarch: Big Busincss at UNM, 8-1 1
Rodeo Club, 222
Rodey 11163116, 1 79- 1 8 1
Senior C1235, 47-39
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 146-148
Sigma Alpha Iota, 98
Sigma C111, 149-131
Sigma Delta Chi, 213
Sigma 02111111121 Epsilon, 2 1 3
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 132-133
Sigma Tau, 208
Song Fest, 271
51111110111016 Class, 69-77
Sorority Rush, 136
Spirit D211, 260-261
Stadium, 2 33
Student Affairs CommittL'L', 43
STUDENT BODY, 97
Student Body President, 34
Student Council, 33
Student Court, 37
Student Education Association, 2 14
Student Nurses' Association, 2 1 3
Student Publications Board, 44
Student Senate, 36
Student Standards Board, 44
Stunt Night, 232-233
Summer FEIC, 190
12111 Kappa A1pha, 2 1 3
I 111 Kappa Epsilon 134-13
1116 University Is P60p16,4-3
'l ogethcmcss, 1 24- 123
101111 C11111,1 74- 173
101' Dance, 270
Track :111L1Fi61d, 246-247
U1161assi116d Students, 92
UNM Mascots, 302-303
XX 'atcr10us, 2 23
XVcsley Foundation, 1 19
XVho's 1Vh0, 281-283
81701116115" Swimming T621111, 21 6
11701116113' Recreation C011116i1, 39
Adachi, K1Luo, 9
Adams K611116t11 AI. ,23
A16x2111d61,II. C., 12,22
A110L'011a, Mrs E. P.,
132111111, A1611161., 23
B3L61,G601g6 L., 23
B311165,AA71115, -3, 222 ,2 3
B356112,111 11.1111 AA7. ,23, 220
BatC11C11Cr, 101111 1AI.,232
Baughmau. EI'HCSt AA.
Benedetti, David '1'., 23
13161112111111, AA7111121111 R., 20, .12, 9.1
BlaLc, '1'. Sgt. 1311165 C., 30
Bocquct, 171111111, 2c3
1316112111d,101111 C., 23
Britton, 11. R., 31
13101111, Captain A11101d AA7., 30
13101111, Chester 11., 23
13116112111311, Edith, 23
Bunting, Bainbridgc, 23
B111161', Lloyd R., :3
Butt, 1721111, 2.13
Callahan, 10$Cp11 11., 23
Campbell, Lt. C01. HCIbCrt A1., 30
C21111L'5, D16L, 9.1
Carr, Patrick C., 23
Castcttcr, Dcan E. F., 19
Castle, Ra1'111011d, 9, 23
Casto11gua1','1'. 'l'., 22, 203
Cata11116, Dean E11110n L., 2 1
Caton, Lucille, 23
Chase, AA7111121111 M., 18, 10.1
C1161f,D0n211c1, 23, 231
C1116151, Fred M., 23, 213
Christman, K2111, 202
Clark, Robert Emmet, 23
Clauvc, D6311 Lena C.. 18, 101
C16111611t5, AA7. AA7 , 23
C1111c, D010111v I., 23
C1011g11,R1611ard 11. ,22
C01105, Ruben, 23, .10
C01L61, 101111, .11, .13
C011d1L', Leroy, 21.1
C0u11tr1',111a11 Dean A 6111,
C1011'611,N0110n B. ., 23
C1111611,L01115 C., 3, 2
1121111161, AA711113111 AI.,
1131111,.Cvu1d0 H. ., 23
Da1'1s,C11ar165 AA711CC1CI, 183. :70
Dean, B111, 9.1
Dean, Virginia, 23, .11
116G136, T Sgt. 116111611, 30 193
Dc1011g11, AA7111121111 F. 1 , 23
ch 05, Capt. Pau1L. USN 31
Dich1',R01:1nd F. ., 20
D16h111,L013111 F. 6' 23,2 31
Ditt11161,11. 1.2 .10
Dolzadclli, 101111,6 20
Douglass, Ralph, 26
Dove, Richard C., 26, 207
D1111015, D011z11d, 26
Duncan, R. M. ., 22
ng61, 112111311 L., 20
1'1d61,E1122111eth 1". ,18
E1115, 1'10161166 Ha117716y, 26, .11
E1115 11611111 C., 26 .13, 1.13
F1561, Grace L., 22, 211
EubanL, AA7211'116 C., 2
E13115, A1t11111 R, 11.,
Farris, Dean M. E., 21
Fenlcy, G. AA7211d, 2o
Ficdler, AA7111121111 C2111, 26
Fiiield, M. F., 20
Findley, 12111165 8., 8, 26
131111611, R. L., 26
14'111st011, Howard A7., 26
17112511111110115, 1. P3111, 26
1'166L, M. AA7., 8, 26
1101d 1'101' S, 26
11 01d A. D., 26, 206, 207
1",055 Ray, 26,203, 207
Frederick, Kurt, 26, 1.17, 187
11'166d1112111, Morris, 26, 4.1
French, R1611211dP., 4.1, 223, 226
Gafford, AA711113111 R., 26
C6156116f5L1, Edwin, 22
Gilbert, Capt. Charles C., USAF, 30, 193
G11111016, QIAVIC R. F., 31
Claesc, Eva M., 26
Coodc, Rudyard, 26
Goldberg, Edward M., 26
Gordon, B. LcRoy, 22
C1366, C11ar165 T., 22
0121113111, Hugh F., 26
Cranmemann, AA72111'116 AA7., 26
Green, 101111 R., 26
Guchr, Don, 1 1
Gugisbcrg, Merccdcs, 22
1111215, ch L., 22
1121161, Margamt L., 26
Hamilton, David B., 26
1121111111611, Eugene, 26
112111615011, MSCFI' M. D., 31
11211115, Dr. 1. E. 1., 20
11211115, Mrs. Ruth B., .10, 21 1
IIartEeld, Dr. Herbert A, 20
1161111611611,10h11 1., 22
11CIHPC11, F. Claude, 20
11611dricL5011, M01115 5., 22
116th, '1' Sgt. 1811168 R., 30
111bb611, F13111: C., 26
11111, AA7. AA7. .,
11011, C. Clavtzon, 26
111111bart,G61211d AA7. ., 18, 126
11111161, AV1111'211n 11., 21, .11
Iquar5Li, Richard C., 26
111111;, Capt. Mach11, US AF, 30
111115, AA7115011 11. ., 22
136L5011, A. D., 94
1260b5, AA711115 D., 26, .11
1acob5011, 101111, 40
16115611, Faith E. ., 26, .13
161111a111,L6011ard L. ., 26,2 - 13
1011115011, K611116111 R. ,207
10115011, Raymond, 178
1011111, Miguc1, 22
111, F16d6riCL, 207
111dal1, Charles B. ., 22
K61161, AA7a1tcr B. ., 27
K6116y, David Otis, 20
K61161, A71n6611tC., 2 1 3
chp615, George L. ., 277
K6161161'1116, F. M.,
K111g,Dcan E162111012 M., 21
K1116L1101111, 121116,: -7
K111g11t,Ro1161t 13., 27
K010d1161, Ignace 1., 2
Koster, AV. 1., 27
Kruegcr, AA7. C., 233
K1111tz,1. M., 2
Lacour,Dorotl1y B. ., 2 , 213
L21116L61, R. C.,
Lcax'itt,C11ristop1161 P. ., 23
LL1y,Mz11Vin, 27, 231
L611'15, 1. Vernon, 27, .10
Lewis, Ralph AA7., 27
L1611111611, Edwin, 23
Longhurst, 101111 E., 27
Lopes, Albert R., 27
L01611, ParLc B., 2"
Lutz, Raymond P., 2"
MacCurdy, Raymond B., 27
Mallary, Robert, 27
IAIa10116, M. 11., 10, .11
Martin, A. A7., 27
Martin, Ernest L., 27
Martin, AA7111121111 C., 27
A121t11162,1056 E., 27
AIasley, Alexander S., 23, .11
Mathany, Dean Howard A7., 18, .12, 100,
Matthews, AA7111111frcd, 9
May, Marvin C., 27
IAIL'Clarv, D11a116, 27
AIcDa1'1d, Paul 20,233
1A1CG111,1'I3HLLSZ7, 39, 216
McGuire, Richard, 2.13
McKenzie, D. A., 2
1A161A27Iurrz1y, Imogene, 27, .10, 210, 21 1
McQuadC, M Sgt. 12111165 A7., 30
McRae, Donald, 2
AIi111L611, Glad15, 27
AIitCl1611, N1611L, 27
Moore, Richard K., 23, 20.1
Morgan, RobL'rt M., 27
A1011, 17611171., 27
N215011, AIarsl1311R., 28
N61111121111, 101111, 28, 231
Newman, 3121111615., 23, 28
Nolan, Edward C., 28
Nor111a11,R21p11 D., 28
Northrop, Stuart A , 23
OAVCDS, Cu11c11 B., 213, 226
PaaL, C211 E., 28
Park, 12111165, 28
P311511, AA71111z1111 1., 21
Paxt011,A55t. D6311 AA71116116, 18, 37, 38, 103
P621166, '1'. M., 28
PCIOVICh, 101111, 19, .10
PCtCl'SOIl, George M., 1 1, 23
Petrol, George, 28, 2.18
Petty, P21111A7., 23
P11161,C11a110tt6 L., 28, 216
Poldervaart, A116 AA7., 20
Popcjoy, 10111 L., 16, 17, 24, 40, 197, 23;,
Potter, Loren 13., 23
Rafferty, chn, 2
Reevc, Frank D., 28, 4-1
Regcncr, Victor H ., 28
Reitcr, Mrs. XVinifrcd, 20
Reva, Virginia, 28
RCV'icr,F'1'C E. D., 31
Rhoadcs, Lt. C01. I. R., 31
Rhoads, XVilliam 13., 28
Ricbsmncr, I. L., 23, 42
Ried,113101d0., 20, 21;
Robert, George, 28
Robertson, Robert A., 28
Rosenzweig, 111113113111, :8. 213
Rumph, C. 11., 28
Rungc, 117111121111 B., 28
Russell, Iosiah C., 28
Ryder, Capt. I01111 1A1? I, 40
Rypka, Eugene 117., 28
Sacks, Benjamin, :8
Sacks, Norman, 28
St.011gc, Keith R., 2
Sa11dcrs,CDR K. '11.,
Sasaki,'1'o111'l'., 23, 2
Schccr, Richard K, 2
Schlcgcl, D011 11., 28
Schocnfeld, Morton, 28
Scholcs, France V., 28
Schrocdcr, Florence, :8
Scarcy, Victor Vic, :8
Seed, Ver1e R., 28
Scidlcr, Armand, 23
Scndcr, Ramon, 28
511110115, Katherine, :8
Smith, Dan017., 28
Smith, George 117., 29
Smith, Mary E11611, 94, 301
Smith, Sam, 29
Smith, Sherman 13., 19, 4,1, 42, .13, :69
311211111, Edwin, 2
511011',I311C, 29, 41
SorrcH, Dczm Vernon C., 29
Sparks, D2110, 10
Stcgcr, Arthur, :9
Stein, Edwin E., 21
Stephenson, Iack R., 29, 21 1
Stoughton, George L., 29
Sturgcs, Dr. Eve1yn P., 20
Sullivan, SKL I. '1'., 31
Sweeney, Robert M., 29, 240
Tapy, Ralph 117., 29, 204
'l'aylor, Iack I., 29
rl'aylor, Robert, 2
'1'cdlock, 11117., Ir., 29
111011133, Roy, 29
1110111113011, GMCS S. 11., 31
'1'110r11e, DL Donald, .1:
'1'110111t011, Iamcs 1., 29, 183
1011135, Henry I. 29
'1'racgcr, Richard, 29
'I'111111311, Kenneth, 231
'1'1'rc111a11, Dr. Loyd Spcnccr, 2
'I'ravclstead, Dean Chester C., 21
'l'rmvbridgc, Hoyt, 23
Ulibarri, 5.111111ch 29, 43
Vaughan, Richard, 208
Vernon, David 121., 29
XVugucr, XV. C., 29
XValkcr, Harold L., 20
XValter, P3111, Ir., 29
XValters, 1161611, 2 14
XVatcrman, Maj. LeRoy, USAF, 3o
XVaters, Elizabeth, 29
1Vceks, 117111121111, 29, 231
XVeihofcn, 1161111113., 29
11761011, A. C., 29
XVclsh, Rosemarie, 29
1Vc11gcrd, Sherman A1, :9
1X'11it1011',I21111cs L., 29, 183
XVicker, C. V., 29
1111111211115, I01111, 2.14
11701161; George, 13 ,
1Vykcs, Barbara 13., 29, 101
11711111, Dean Dudley, 21
Yell, Ioscpl1E.,Ir., 29
Ziutz, Miles V., 23
Zwoycr, Eugene M., 29
Bcckmcycr, Mrs. Rebecca, 32
Bolton, Mrs. Pauline, 136
Brewer, Mrs. Grace, 1 38
Dcaton, Mrs. Blanche, 151
Erbachcr, Mrs. Charles, 135
Findell, Mrs. Mabel, 164
11:13561111111g, Mrs. Margaret, 158
Lawrence, Mrs. Edna, 1.10
Mahonc, Miss 1116111121, 32
Manning, Mrs. N611, 166
Reed, Mrs. Evelyn, 168
Rhymes, Mrs. Ve1va, 1 7o
Roddy, Miss Mary, 32
XValton. Mrs. Lucille, 162
XViHimns, Mrs. C. A., 160
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Abaskin. Irc11c11111311a, 63, 171, 2 19
Abbott, 12111105 E., 2.13
Abbott, 111dy Lee, 69, 139, 2 39
Abbott, Tom Harold, 2.12, 2.16
Abraham, Sandra Katherine, 79, 171
Acuff, Mark Douglas, 36, 69, 130
Adams, Lynda Gayle, 61, 79, 163, 18;, 223
Adams, Mary Ann, 69
Adamson, Lewis Lynn, 1 32, 13.1
Al11sk0g, 101111 10501111, .17, 203, 207
Akbar, Muhammad, 1 1, 61
Alalou, Carol, 21 2
Alarid, Michael, 209
Albach,Karcn1., 98, 183, 21 1, 270
Alcott, Patricia Lynn, 79, 168
Aldcrctte, Cruz C., 36, 61, 130
Aldous, Duane L00, 9, 1 13
Alexander, 11cle11 Louise, 69, 1 19, 183
Alexander, Richard 13., 92
Alexandre, 10101110 1crry, 69, 131
Alford, A1111 Lynn, 61, 167
Allen, 101111 XV, 1r., 28
Alling, 1311c XV., 61, 139
AImc, 1Vi111161d M., 79
Alvis, 1311105 Earl, 92
Ambos, Sal1y A1111, 69
Ambrose, 130111116 1c2111, 69
Ambruster, Margaret U., 69, 163, 1 S3
Amin, 10am 13., .17
Amorous, Angela, 61, 1.16, 163, 221.
Amos, Charles Clinton, 69, 137
Andcrbcry, R0na1d, 69, 1 1 1
Anderson, Ella Sue, .17, 139
Anderson, Karen 10, 69
Anderson, Margaret B., 79
Anderson, Monica, 79, 167, 223
Anderson, Theodore B., 69, 1.17
Anderson, V. Dclph, 36, 168
Andros, M . Marge, 69
Andrews, Frank, 11., 2, .17, 1 37
Andrews, 11111113111 Grant, 79
Anglada, 1050 B. R., 198
Annett, David M., 61
Anthony, Robert Leroy, 231
Appcl, 101111 Alfred, 79, 1 37
Apple, David Charles, 79
Aragon, Mary Edna, 69
Archuletta, Betty Ann, 79
ArcIlanes, Ilendra Lucille, 79
Armijo, Henry ManueI, 69
Armstrong, XVendcll, 209
Arnold, Lois 81., 69, 222
Arl1ot,13111cs L., 69, 18.1, 187
Arthun, Richard 13., 283
Arthurs, 1'Nita Elizabeth, 79, 171
Arviso, Linda Anna, 79, 220
Ashby, IIarve Anthony, 61, 1.17
Ashcraft, Donald Lee, 2.18
Ashley, George Forrest, 79, 133
Ashley, Robert C., .17, 100, 20.1
Atkins, Robin, .17, 1.11
Atkinson, Charles, 79, 183, 187
Atkinson, Laura, 2 1 2
Atkinson, Terrell A. 79, 131
Attebcrry, Ralph Tucker, 79
Atwood, 12111103 13., 79, 133
Ayers, Betty 162111, 79, 213. 221
Babcock, Mary K311110011, 79, 22 1
leca, Corina Olivia, 213
Baca, Eloy 10501111, 79
Baca, 10561311 Francis, .17, 108
Baca, Raymond 10561311, 203
Baca, Reuben Pz1d1'11a, 61
Baca, Robert, 1 81
Bachcchi, Charlcs C., 61, 117
Bailey, 101111 Lee, 132, 18.1, 183
Baker, George 5., 222
Baker, 101111 Gregory, 79
Baker, Maurice 12111105, .17, 133
Baker, William Lyle, .17, 20.1, 207, 208
B2111, 1erric Linda, 69, 173
Ballengcr, Ruth Eileen, 28, .12, .17, 168, 281
Bancroft, Barbara Ann, 79, 168
Bandera, Margaret Agnes, 183
Bankston, XVilliam Dwain, 231
Bankston, 10 Anne, 39, 69, 103
Bar11ee,AliCC1al1e, .17, 167, :1 1
Barbero, Franco E., 202, 219
Barberoussc, Bob, 19.1, 193
Barlett, 111111121111 1., 213
Barlow, Ann Elaine, .17, 21 1
Barnes, Cclestia Anne, 79, 167
Barnes, Dolores, 1 1o, 1 1 1
Barnes, ch T., 79
Barnes, Richard Lee, 79, 139
BarI1ctt,Sa11, 79, 139, 197, 293
Barreras, Raymond, 61, 183, 187
Barrett, Arthur Dean, .17
Barrett, Larry Frank, 79
Barrett, Saxton Williams, 11., 79
Barton, Bobby Ray, .17
Barton, Dennis King, 20.1
Barton, Gerard, 69, 131
Barton, Lewis Icrome, 1 1 3
Basham, Billy 17., 209
Bates, Alberta Chee, 69
Baty, Richard 3., 19.1, 208
Bauer, 1Vcbb S., 69
Baumgardner, 1Valter Lee, 2.11
Baxter, 101111 A., 231
Bays, Gail Karen, 79
13212311, David 11., .17
Bcach, Edgz1r1., 231
Bcaird, R011 Lee, 231
Beas1cy, 1311105 O'Connor, 69, 139
Beatty, P3111 Edmund, 209
Beaty, Alice, 79
Boaty, 1osepl1, 1 83
Beaty, Patricia, 21.1
B6811C113111p, 101111 1"., .13
Beauchamp, Martha, 1 18, 1 83, 187, 270
Beauchamp, Richard, 1 18, 183
Bebbcr, Nina, 39,79, 163, 221
Bebout, Dom Foster, .17
Becker, Robb Allan, 7
Becklcy, 1311105, 61, 102, 1 37
Beckncr, Stanley, .17
Bcechy, Kenneth, 209
BCCSOII, Sharon, .17
Beisel,Ro11111d, 2.10, 2.18
Belka, Lynne, 79, 167. 223
Bell, Charles, 69
Bell, Phyllis, 79
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nado Hall for men, a building valued atalmost $2 million, were finished and occupied
at the beginning of the 1959-60 school year.
The Union was built for approximately 10,000 students and Coronado Hall was
constructed for about 450 men. The Union is on the east side of Zimmerman Stadium
and Coronado Hall is east of Mesa Vista Hall fronting on Girard.
The Union facilities include an auditorium, bookstore, bowling alleys, crafts divi-
sion, photo laboratory, hobby rooms, music rooms, meeting rooms, offices for student
government, cafeteria, dining rooms, coftee bar, library, guest accommodations, and
quarters for employees.
Proposed buildings which are due for construction in the near future include a Fine
Arts Center, quarters for the College of Education, a Social Science Center, and an
addition to the UNM library.
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built since President Tom L. Popeioy was inaugurated as the ninth chief omcer ot the
The new Stadium ishown abovei is due to be finished in time for the football season
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worked out. It is estimated to cost about $V2 million. The Stadium is built west of Yale on
land recently acquired from the Albuquerque Public Schools.
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Summer Term ................................ 1 . . .June 18, 1960
First Semester ................................. Sept. 16-17, 1960
Second Semester ................................. Feb. 3-4, 1961
Excellent instructional facilities, a beautiful and spacious campus with 60 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.
1 THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO otters 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, anthropol-
ogy, government, history, and lnter-Americon Affairs.
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College of Fine Arts College of Nursing
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1 Veterans are urged to take advantage of regular and special offerings made available
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Lyons, Linda Lee, 86, 500
Mabry, 101111, 86, 145
MacCready, John M., 204
MacKay, Donald, 1;
MacKay, James, 204
MacLean, Alexander, 195
Macnab, Anne, 7;
Madcr, Buddy, 248
Madcr, 101111 H., 86, 1 5'7
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Macstas, Adclita, 54, 215
Macstas, Eleanor, 54
Maestas, Olivia, 73
hrlaggart, Harley B., 86, 165
Magill, Karolyn, 86, 167
Mahony, John, 1 13
Majcski, Robert, 54
Maky, I0A1111, 7;, 161
Malasky, Frank, 231
Malone, Susan, 86, 215
Mandell, John, 75', 1 1 2, 218
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Mangum, Day, 7;
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Mares, Corine, 86
Mares, Ernest, 219
Marin, Norman, 2 19
Maring, Larry, 21 5
Marks, Jackson, 86, 15;
Marlow, 101111 'l'., 22 , 2
Marr, Norma, 18;, 297
Marrs, Oman, 1 19
Marsh, Colleen, 55
Marsh, Ken, 65, 150
Marsh, Ralph, 183
Martin, Carol, 1 1 8
Martin, Eileen, 86, 216, 2
Martin, Nelson, 65, 147
Martin, Patricia, 7;, 165,
Martin, Robert A., 208
Martin, R. 8V, 206
Martincs, Bill, 87, 139
Martinez, Allen, 220
Martinez, Dennis, 73
Martinez, Lavern, 87, 145
Martinez, Leroy, 2 38
Martinez, Michael, 87
Martinez, Vicente, 2 19
Martinez, Vivian, 55
Masley, Peter, 56, 44, '5, 150, 155, 21 5.
Must, Mickey, 209
Vastcrson, Richard, 104
Xlastin, Richard, 65, 141
Matsubnm, Nancy, 87
Hatteucci, Margaret, 73, 146
Matthews, Stephen, 55, 147, 20;
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Maxson, Mary, 87, 110, 1 1 1
Maxwell, Robert, 205
May,MaryCz1rolc, 7;, 165, 221, 258, 259,
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Mayberry, Icannc, 73
Mayhcw, Clinton, 1 85
Maylaud, Nancy, 73, 105, 167
Mayo, Guy, 55
Mayo, Richard, 55
XICAChran, 8Vayne, 64, 21 8
IVchllistcr, 12111105 Patrick, 86
HCAnally, Beth, 86
McBride, M. Elizabcth, 54, 21 2
McCaFfrey, Charlotte, 7;, 210
McCall, Marcia, 64, 163
McCallon, 12111105, 86
McCharcn, Joe, 86
McClain, Harris Rock, 86, 142
McCloy, Pete, 204
McClurc, Janice, 86
McClure, Julia, 86
McCord, Mary, 219
McCorkle, Robert, 206, 207
McCormick, Anna Kathleen, 86, 167
McCormick, Kathryn, 41, 7;, 1 1 2, 168
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McCormick, Michael, 65, 150
McCoy, Scott, 180
McCracke11,Fred, 206, 207
MCCmcken, K1111, 65, 147, :05
McCurdy, Eugene, 54, 141
McCurdy, Ronald E., 54, 141, 194, 196
McCutchcon, Gail, 86, 185
McCutcheon, Loyc, 7;, 227
McDaniel, Madeleine, 73, 1 67
McDonald, Danny, 86
McDonald, 101111 C., 54, 119
McDonnell, 101111, 7;
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McEmy, Maurice, 65, 141
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McFall, Katherinc, 21 2
McCinnis, Larry, 54, 213, 225
McCrane, Robert, 54
McGuire, Hcrschall, 43, 65
McGuire, Marty, 180
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McKinley, Tom, 207 Mims, Nelda, 73, 163, 214 Nash, Eleanor Abigail, 26, 74, 1 12, 161
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McLain, Lina, 216 Mirisc, Noll, 36, 73, 183 Neeb, Karl, 74, 132, 1 3;
MCLcroy, Donald, :13 Mitchell, Andrew George, 87 Needham, Shirley, 87, 16;, 221
McMann, 101111, 244 Mitchell, David, 87 Neel, Ralph, 202
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McMillin, Linda Jane, 86, 167, 22: Mitchell, Patrick, 87 Nelson, Margo, 6;, 21;
McNalnce, Alan, 148 Mnbley, Donna C., 6; Nelson, Judi, 74, 146, 1 ;7, 167
MCNcmey, Patricia, 86, 187 Mocharnuk, Laura, 73, 10;, 210, 227 Nelson, Linda, 238
McNitt, Iolm, 231 Mock, John Howard, 87 Nelson, 8Vendy B., ;;, 167
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McVVherter, Eric Blaine, 6;, 139 Mok, James L., 6;, 203 Neville, Iohn 8V, 20;, 207
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Measday, John, 87 Montes, Diana 13., ;; Nicholson,1031111e, 87, 1 ;9
Measday, Lawrence, 87 Monteverde, Edvardo, 219 Nickle, Patricia, ;;, 167
Medford, Claude, 87, 220 Montoya, Alex, 184, 18; Nicks, 1031111, 109
Meeker, Marcia, 6; Montoya, Priscilla, 73 Niehaus, Richard C., 207
Mecs, Nancy, 87 Moore, David, 183 Nielsen, Lenc, 87
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Mcister, David, 6;, 137 Mora, Bcncranda, 87 Kohl, Nancy, 87, 169
Mercer, Joseph H., 6;, 21 ;, 219 Mora,I1lan Pablo, 74 Nordin, Helen, 6;, 163
Mercer, Richard, 87, 1 ;3 Mordus, Lynn Adele, 6; Norman, Vernon, 87
Mcrkle, Arthur, 213 Morelli, Nicholas, ;; Norris, Edward, 200
Merlo, Patricia T., ;; Morill, John, 87, 13; Norris, Jack R, 6;, 1 50
Merritt, Dean Pursley, 89 Mark, Karen, 41, 74, 1 1 2, 161 Norton, Judith Emily, ;;
Messimer, James A., 73 Morrill, John W., 87, 219 Nottrott, Judith Ann, 6;, 171
Mctcalf, Mclvin, 87, 183 Morris, Jack, 1 ;0, 184 Novak, Sarah, ;;, 146, 177
Metcalfe, Mary Helen, 87, 222 Morris, Sydney, 87, 168 Nunn, Robert, 87
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Meyer, Melinda, 1 1, 87, 219 Mosman, John, 6;, 102, 147 Nunns, William A., 87
M'Gonigle, John, 92, 213 Moss, Kennett Eugene, 20;, 207
Minn, Anne, 21 ; Mottley, Carolyn, 98 O'Boylc, Robert, 1 82, 187, 21 1
Michael, I011, 44, 6;, 102, 144 Mountjoy, Iarin, 74 OChcskey, Fred, 74, 139
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Milford,Hou1er, 36, 41, 6;, 218 Muchmore, Wendy M., 74 015011, Arlecn, 36, 38, 6o, 6;, 103, 1 ;9,
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Miller, Richard K., 219 Ortega, Rcubcn, 88
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Milligan, Laurence Dewey, 87 Nahmad, Al H., 43, 74, 87, 144 Ortiz, Gloria, 88
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Ortiz, Romeo, 88
Otero,10h11, 183,21 1
Owe11s,E1a1'11e, 74,-74, 298
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Oyenque, Leonard, 220
Face, Patricia, 74 165
Page, Nancy, 65, 109
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Palmer, Diane, 65, 171
Pappas, Antoinette, 210
Parduc, Les, 74, 145
Parker, Frances, 56
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Parker, Rosemary, 88,163
Parkhurst, P1111, 74
Parkin, 101111, 36, 74, 139
Parsons, Carol Sue, 74, 163
Parsons, 117111121111 D., 74, 153
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Patino, Den, 74, 147
Patrick, Cecil, 220
Patrick, Kenneth, 204, 220
Patrick, Richard, 208
Patt011,1. F., 194
P31113011,10c A., 74, 147
Payne, 1'1. '1'., 183, 184, 187
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Peakcr, E1, 180, 238, 254, 273
Pearce, David, 65
Pearcy, 81711113111, 88
Pearson, Neal, 79, 144, 199
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Percival, 1ay, 208
Perkins, Donald A., 230, 231, 234, 236, 237
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Peterson, Arthur, 74, 145
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Pcttit, Raymond, 209
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Rogoff, D211'1d1., 36, 66, 200
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Romero, Marie P., 57
Rondcau, Raymond, 89, 117
Rose, Elizabcth, 75, 171
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Schamaun, Roger G., 37, 207, 208, :10
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Shaski, John, 231
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Smith, Dan, 75, 144
Smith, Evelyn, 2 1 2
Smith, Gaylord, 57, 1 18
Smith, James F., 75, 147
Smith, Jesse George, 57
Smith, 1011 Wilson, 66
Smith, Judith Kay, 75, 163
Smith, Karen, 76, 1 12, 161
Smith, Larry, 76, 141, 240
Smith, Patsy, 90
Smith, Paula, 90
Smith, Priscilla, 90, 159, 181
Smith, Richard, 90
Smith, Robert, 1 1 1
Smith, Roy Edward, 11., 57
Smith, Samuel E., 90
Smith, Sandra, 76, 163, 223
Smith, Sharon, 2 15
Smith, Shelby, 66, 1 1 2, 169
Smith, Sylvia, 90, 1 75
Smyh'e, Thomas, 243
Sneed, Mary L011, 90, 1 23
Snider, Nancy I0, 75, 169, 296
Snow, Benjamin, 205, 207
Snyder, Sharon, 76
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Solcnberger, Iohn Carl, 90, 244
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Spang, Richard, 90
Sparks, Janet Elaine, 90
Sparks, Larry VV., 1 1 4
Sparks, Thomas Overton III, 66, 244
Spatz, Narosonia, 57, 2 1 1
Speer, Darleen, 96
Speer, Gwen, 36, 38, 76, 163
Spence, Nancy, 90
Spengeman, Ralph, 66, 130, 147
Sperry,I011n, 75, 183, 191
Sperry, Roger Lee, 76, 153
Sperry, Sam, :10
Spies, Hilda, 2 1 2
Spillar, Stuart, 57, 183
Spivey, Judith Marie, 66, 1 17
Sprague, Stephen, 66, 150
Sprunger, Judy, 225
Spurlock, Mary Bess, 36, 76
Spurlock, Franklin, 1 2 2
Srote, Linda, 76
Stafford,Anabel, 38,90, 161, 183, 226, 227
Stafford, Terry, 90, 246
Stallbaum, Mary E., 76, 216, 223
Stambaugh, Berry, 222
Stambaugh, Les, 222
Standish, Miles, 58, 205
Stanfield, Dean, 204
Stanhope, William, 90
Stapp, Janet, 76, 1 7 1
Starz, Louis, 90, 109
States, Susan, 90
Steele, Gail E, 206
Stecn, Alison, 76, 163
Steffen, Charles W,, 206, 210
Steinberg, Phil, 133, 231
Steinberger, Vera Katherine, 40, 163, 215
Steiner, Wendell, 207, 208
Stcinhoffer, Stephen, 248
Steinkraus, Nancy, 1 1 1
Stell, Durward, 231
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Storm, Gail, 96, 1 23
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Sturges, Barbara, 76, 168, 216 Thomas, 1311165 0., 66
Styles, Gregory, 242 'l'homas, Judith Lcc, 67, 171, 223
Suarez, Carmen, 76 'l'homas, Marylin, 27o
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Swigger, Ronald, 187 'l'hompson, Mark, 42, 67, 150
Sydow, William F., 90 'l'homson, Mistee, 183
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'I'aft, Russell, 76, 153
'l'apy, Audrey, 21 2
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'l'aulbee, Sandra Kay, 76, 10;, 171, 223
'l'avener, Veronica Reed, 90
'l'aylor, Allan, 90
'lhylor, Christyna, 90
'l'aylor, James, 180, 209
'I'aylor, Johnny, 209
'l'aylor, Marylou, 58
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'l'crwilligcr, Martha E., 76, 167, 215, 259
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Theme, 8Villiam, 90, 134
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Thornton, Carl A., ;8, 139, 209
'I'hwin, Maung 01111, 1 1, 67
Tillerv, Marvin, 76, 155
'l'illotson,106 Bob, 67, 102, 153, 183, 185,
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'l'illotson, John E., 11., 58, 202
rl'innin, Robert, 67, 150
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'l'ondl, John, 204, 208
rl'onkin, Carolyn, 90
'l'oukinson, Dave, 67, 147, 222
'l'orres, Carlos, 243
Torres, Dorothy, 76
Torres, James, 36, 67, 102, 137
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Terms, Sylvia, 76
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'I'racey, Tony, 67, 144
Trainer, James Raymond, 6', 141
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'l'rcmbly, Bill, 58, 204, 210
'l'rickey, Beverly, 91
'l'rolingcr, Charlotte, 91, 1 1 1
'l'ruax, Jerry, 245
Trujillo, Amado, 58, 208
'l'rujillo, Arturo, 207
'l'rujillo, Ralph, 76
'l'russell, Lee, 91, 132, 147, 246
'l'siosdia, Martha, '6. 220
'I'so, Lorraine, 91, 220
'l'ubb, Richard, 91
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'I'ucker, Elizabeth, 67
'l'ucker, Ronald, 67, 141
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Turner, Gladys, 1 19
Turner, Lco, 200
'l'urncr, Samuel, 97
'l'umcy, Herbert, 91, 1 39
'l'urpen, Armand R1, 213, 22.1
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T11tl1ill,I11ditl1 Ann, 91, 220
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Umbergcr, Nancy, 2 1.1
Urbanski, Elaine, 216
Valdez, Florence, 91
Valencia, Ephraim, 76
Valenzuela, Ishmael, 36, 101. 203
Vancil, James, 91
Vandenbcrg, Anthony, 1 1 7
Vandetti, Shcron A1111, 76, 1 75
Van D011gcn,RiChard, 67, 183, 187
Van Ettcn, Sally E, 67, 175
V2111 Fleet, Allan C., 209
Van Note, Graham, 200
Vcncil, Nod, 67, 1.17
Vcrklcr, A1111 Carolyn, 225
Vcrschuur, Lawrencc, 67, 135
Vcscox'i, Julia, 91, 163
Vickrey, Dcan, 200
Vidal, Jeannette, 67, 159
Vidal,M.C11ristinc, 91, 159
Vigil, Ernest, 91, 1 1 1
Vigil, Jake, 76
Vigil, Rudolf, 91
Villarreal, Abclardo, 91
Volpato, Carolyn, 91, 171
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Von XVolff, Lloyd, 2.13
Vorcnberg, James, 183
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XVagncr, Lawrence 11., 213
Wainwright, Martha, 27o
XValden, Fred Lee, .11, 91
1Valdie, George Ronald, 76, 139
XValdic, Patricia Anne, 58
XVaIdorf, Karen, 9 1 , 1 09, 1 75
XValdrop,Li11da Ann, 76, 98, 1 85, 270
XValker, Carlton, 76, 1.11
Walker, Sandra Evc, 77
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8Vall, Nancy, 35, 7, 103, 1.18, 169
Walsey, Robert, 91, 1 33
Walter, Charles, 9 1
8Vard, Fritz, 1 1 8
Ward, Michael S., 91
XVard, Patricia Sue, 91
XVard, Phyllis Anne, 92
XVamer, 'l'cd I., 1 1 3
Warren, C. James, IL, 91
XVarren, Lewis, 77, 96, 1.12
XVashburn, Delbert, 67, 209
8Vashingt0n, Donald, 183
XVatcrs, Robert Paul, 1.18, 2.16
XVatkins, Cary F., .11, 151
8Vatkins, Storm, 2.1.1
Watson, Mary L011, 77, 165, 210, 21.1
XVatts, James, 77, 1.17
8Vayland, Suzanne, 77, 10;. 168, 275
XVayne, Johnnie, 36, 77, 135
XVayne, Phil, 1 1.1
8Vcaver, Harry, 58
8Vcaver, 'l'homas, 58, 141, 198, 199
XVCbb, Max E., 58, 150, 203
XVcbcr, Michael F., 91
8Vch11111011cr, M. C., In, 58, 93, 195
XVcichman, Carolc Lee, 67, 163
XVcir, Robert, 77, 1.1.1
XVclch, Dcc McCloud, 77
1Vclcl1, Pctc, 2.18
8Vclcl1, Joseph, 77, 1.1.1
8Vclch, Thomas XV, 202
XVcld,Cl1arlcs, 58, 100, 208
8Vcld, Jean, 67, 119, 17.1,175, 262
XVcldon, Mz1ryLec,77, 161, 22
XVcldon, Sandy C., 67, 1.17
1Vclls, David, 77, 137
8Vclls,J011n, 91, 155
XVclls, 8Vilcy C., 206
8Vclsh, Gretchen, 9 1
XVc11k,Robcrt,67, 139, 231, 275, :93
1Vc11zcl, Oliver, 67
XVcrdig, Robert Martin, 11., 35, 58, 283
8Vcrner, Rhonda, 91, 159
XVcrthehn, Jerry, .1.1, 58, 100, 283
XVcstbrook, 101111, 59, 153
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XVcstman, John A., 59, 130, 150
8Vcstphall, David, 231
8Vham, Natalie, 91, 18.1, 185
Xthcler, Camilla, 1 83, 187
8theler, John, 209
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W'hitc, Jerome B., 77
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8Vl1ite, Leslie, 1 1 1
XVhitehead, Charles, 77
XVhitcsidc, Almira, .10, 91, 169
XVhitlow, Peggy, 77
8Vllitten, Marcia, 270
8Vhitworth, James, 77
XVhoolery, Anola, 59, 16", 223
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XVicbcll, Lynne, 171, 22
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XVilcox, Lucia, 103
1Vildc, Hclcn, 77, 185
XVilder, 1031111, 35, 59, 171, 223, 262, 283
XViIcy, Darla, 91
XVilcy, Richard, 92
8Vilgcr,'l8110111asl., 91, 147, 1.18
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XVilliams, Charles, 77, 139
8Villiams, Donna, 36, 77, 161
1Villia111s, Floyd, 205, 207
XVilliams, C216, 91, 163, 221
XVilliams, Harry, 205
XVilliams, I'Iuberticn, 21 6
XVilliams, Ivor, 67
XViHialns, Jeanne, 91, 183, 185
XVilliams, Joye Louise, 91, 169
XVilliams, Judy Lynne, 67, 163, 223
XVilliams, Linda, 67
XViHiams, Mary, 2 15
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8V1'15011J00, 67, 91
XVilson, Nancy, 67
XVilson, Roger XV, 216, 2.1.1
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