University of Northern Iowa - Old Gold Yearbook (Cedar Falls, IA)

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M ,,-v"" f ",,- XX A., ' marriage of figclro Kultur by ROY BEHRENS KA tragedy in three acts, with apologies to William Shakespeare and various others.J PROLOGUE: QAS the scene opens, a cour- ier enters from the left, sounds a f a. m il i a r theme s o n g, and then exits. To the right we see a large bl a c k kettle, and gathered about it are four very fat and ugly wom- en. They are the cooks of King System. They've straggling hatr, few teeth and dirty uniforms - and they are stirring with their feet.J First Cook: fsadisticallyl Round and round the kettle kick. We shall make the students sick. Rats and lice are their reward For having paid their room and board. Second Cook: fgenerouslyl Triple rooms and triple hunks, Add the garbage in triple chunks. All: fstirrlnglyl Burn and bubble, stir the din- ner, Watch the students growing thinner. fA.n intruder enters from the left and runs to the kett1e.J Intruder: lintrudinglyl Excuse me, I'm from the ll- brary. Could I hide a nook in there? 'llhlrd Cook: Throw it in with pages yellow 'I'hey'll give binding to the jello. Fourth Cook: And if it's Fridafy, you've your wish Of any meat - just make it fish! All: Add the bugs and bats and killer, We're the cooks that live in the cellar. Burn and bubble, stir the din- ner, Watch the students growing thinner. i'I'he cooks disappear and from the left enters a lone figure dressed as a jester.J Jester: D I hope that I shall never see A half-assed university. A tea.cher's college badly taught, But five times bigger shouldn't cught. rloover U. or Hoover him " VRQ arilinnfinn fe..-no-on ..1:.... julius System --A Hamlet For Ducks It's time to rise and greet your king. Rise! I say, or soon you've missed 'lm. Your lovable king - your J u- lius System. CThere are groans of dismay from the peasants, yet they rise and stand attentlvel Courier: Tie your brains and clean your morals, Your king has come with har- dy laurels. Don :your sweater and golden buckle, And shine your shoes honeysuckle. Curl your hair and sn your signs - Your king is here and he some lines! fSounds of regality, conv tion processionals, etc. Er the one and only Julius Sys' king of the peasants and r of all. He is accompanied by party - notably B. A., B Cteachingl, and their your brother B. SJ Julhm System: Good morning, students, wake and discerning. Your attitude is conducivf learning. 4At that very moment from left enters a very beautiful buxom young lady. Her nz ts Education. Upon seeing E tem and his party, she sud: ly becomes unhinged and b for the door.J B. A.: Hark! Look yonder! B. A. qTeadl1ng: Gee, golliy, gosh and yipi I see one of the female 1.3 B. S.: I know her! Tis that maiden who we long resist us - Tis Education, that wild 1 tress! B. A.: Grab her, Julius! B. A. fteaohlngl: Julius, catch her before gets away! B. S.: Julius, seize her! 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'Fi I Q' unapproved housing because after 21 you're old enough and independent To know where some in high school are married The difference some kids are working all hear terry knapp's point of The fence why do we need when we have fine without they should apply fine without freshmen aren'T They aren'T influence student senate mystery vvhat do they they have some doctors fattening i Think my roommate and i like The Temperature Tv courses clothe high school i go There a lot don'T do anything There's always social lite dress preTTy sensible in a mini-skirt This morning Ten degrees same pill for everything and They're very sure because This vvas over food vve can Take ad- iusted rates Two meals a day pay The same for a Triple room The pro- mises They make why did vve Take Those Tests i don'T like The names unfriendly i can'T Think limited scope must have been out of their mind carpeting would be good student senate ieonne ollbee, leonno blomquist, kenneth bloom, dennis boyle, ierril ccirlson, mory onn coss, ione Christensen, mortho dovis, eydie deol chorlotte dumond, michele torrell, heinz trey, sheryl glonz, Carolyn grigsby, corol hohn, goil honsen, morionne hortong, tom hughes dick iohnson, chcirlene iones, wayne iustmonn, terry knopp, iim liebbe, iudy neol, morgoret nelson, dcivid nichols, iohn polmer, phil pirclges, gory reid, ilono smith, eunice stuempfig, don towne, mory umbough, bruce Upchurch, ienee wodsworth, morci wolton, crciig williams 7 A 1.- AT' 1' ,X ww., 1 M Q . ff- MQ? 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W. heikkinen, donald hervey, mary green birkhead, jane blitch, marleto lusha, betty martin, Wanda matheson, charles richard henry, glen jennett, john johnson, robert C. james anthony, sandra beitel, patricia bontz, jean van ness, grace Winsberg, shirley yager, barbara robert hoff, darrell itzen, iva dean jensen, verner sauer, pauline simpson, robert sloan, raymond fisher, lyle glenn, george harrington, judith Wagner, lillian r. williams, d. terry Wood, stanley theodore drum, darlyce eiklor, john gillette, ch William c. leavitt, charles t. mathews, donald pendra thompson, howard tulasiewicz, j. bruno blackman, mildred r, bos, edward brown gilloley, laura k. gohman, Walter j. hadley, son, ruth immerzeel, george jackson, mary ann ris, alvira mortell, mary nelson, donald a. roberson, james roth, betts ann schild, ruth Walter, mary Welch, james wiederanders, donald david d. finegan, don , faye blanford, james b lebeda, agnes mc crea, jc bigler, irene mrs. bishop, cl frank, robert froyen, len william koehring,dorothy ned rhum, gordon j. roz marion sjolander, marg dubois, jacques freire, charles bohme, margaret goodman, ralph hanson, al salzberg, joel schmidt, otis i evelyn adams, charles W. lott, fred w. moehlis, ronald d. Coleman, walter conklir peter mitchell, john pettit, patten, charles remmert, di tom, ann darling, barbara chang, james christopher, lyon, howard mc calley, davi francis wehner, Wanda suzanne lawton, charlotte n' emily bruns, evelyn ruth -ll r. hauser, john dennis hc t, daryl plaehn, erma b. ,francis winters, donald woh charais, delsie darrow, do hantula, james happ, willia raymond t. lynch, herbert paulson, robert l. philli ll scovel, donald sloan, ct axdahl, marcia gager, do enneth guillaume, harry g. haskell, ralph haupt, shirley herrold, Clifford hu, hung shu koppel, ralph olds, iack pc mary e. denton, gordon douglas, lloyd v. eggland, steve evenson, wayne fleckenstein, gordon goyal, Cdonald, g. douglas patterson, Charlene peterson, patricia prior, aurelia reece, barry reed, iack C. sampson, we ' breithaupt, i, f. brimm, r. paul brown, mary beth denny e. C. derby, bessie dreier, william h. dunbar, ann elc -dward hampton, nellie d. hanson, don l. harms, ie-an m. harrington, gordon hash, virginia larson hastings, glen r. l -kay f. lattin, richard t. martindale, frank melberg, merritt e. mendelson, robert l. naber, dorothy nelson, margaret iulia rutkowski, edward schnepf, virginia scott, ralph showalter, don silvey, wray sparrow, iulia stallinga, sid eager, iosephine Chamberlain, ianice Corwin, Curtis hansen, russell la rue, iames p. luck, william e. pershing, rex re -all, alvin hawley, d. C. iamosky, edward nodarse, samuel odwarka, karl oyloe, Cheri parker, henry w. penalver, io: 'ichard brooks, patrick Conley, mary Cowley, iohn Crownfield, david dalziel, robert de hoff, bernard C. deter ortley, Claire hearst, iames hoffmans, edward iewell, ross lindberg, iohn magnuson, gordon meyer, b. ruth n ttith, francis e. stageberg, norman stumbo, richard swanson, barbara taylor, loren f. thompson, nancy thompson, th veda martin elizabeth a. rod, donald o. baum, diane s. bruha, iohn Cross, iohn s. dotseth, gregory faye, mi robert l. schurrer, augusta silvey, ina m. whittlesy, elaine wiesenfeld, iulius wilkinson, iack baum, russell n. beck auzanne gault, ioyce hahn, philip harlan, merrill hill, frank w. holst, harald holvik, karl iohnson, keith kennedy, dc russell, myron e. smalley, david wendt, donald anderson, i. d. Clark, i. r. erusha, donald garner, william headi sheriff, stan stewart, n. e. stych, godfrey thrall, william r. thudium, b. caroll vanvoorhis, lohn whitford, l. w. w ioann mertesdorf, iane moon, dorothy potter, ieannette ramsay, virginia stover, betty swanson, betty thrall, Clausen, bernard dekock, walter ir. dowell, virgil engardt, ralph goss, robert grant, martin l. haman, a. c. h nc collum, Clifford naylon, michael i. olson, ioyce orr, alan picklum, warren e. poppy, willard richter, erwin riggs, d leland winier, leonard wolfensperger, iune woods, bruce boots, myra brinkman, donald eblen, roy e. fisher, l: elaine neumann, dale r. schwartz, ralph skaine, iames smith, m. b. staack, patricia stone, naomi thorne, e louis Cheng, emily Cheng, hsi ling Chung, roy Clark, robert Claus, robert cornils, donna Cummings, donald dohrn peter C. howard, donald f. iones, howard v. kent, ianice kirby, iohn knott, iohn h. kramer, robert e. kremenak, benjamin Charles robinson, george C, ross, robert l. ryan, thomas sage, leland l. schwint, ralph e. smith, ernestine srivistavc albrecht, iames e. aldrich, iohn f. anderson, floyd r. anderson, richard m. aurand, wayne o. baldwin, doris bebb, ri diamond, ioan duea, ierry duea, loan findlay, donald findlay, rosa m. fink, mariorie finnessy, iohn finsand, d ltarmon, leta harper, Corinne d. hartwell, frank C. helff, bernice hohlfeld, ioseph f. holmberg, mariorie b. hoy, helen h tnahon, ruth mantor, edna maricle, william mazula, peter m. mc bride, eleanor middleton, Caryl a. mohn, mardelle l k. potter, albert a. potter, lois shefte price, iames w. pries, iune reams, iudith reeve, douglas riechmann, fetrdin t. soy, eloise stocker, ann strub, richard struble, marguirette swan, Clair tarr, iohn e. tuley, robert vander beek, t . holmstrom, aaron nelson, iulie bender, elve-rda benge, glenn Campbell, mariorie d. 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I crm n6l cer'fo.in qui .Tha'l' even as A beverly ryken roberta sackett iane sch neider kenneth schroeder iudy siems jerry smalley susan smith Cynthia southall carolyn stefl mary ann stegen susan stoll margaret stull sandra stroberg iudy stroe iohn stroupe eunice stuemptig thomas sundell kenneth sundblad warren terpstra ima iean tiepkes michael tillmans ingrid trandahl shirley vlietstra dennis Wadsworth iudi waterbeck ruth williams beverly yoder NOW THATlSNlT VERY CAN as AS umm AS A BABY cuick ASLEEP unzren THAN THAT! Quin N YOU KEEp wi' Rt english language and lherohne deparhnent 1 gl LITE RATU RE QT -.',V f-1 A 'N . - SHXX-Wiki' . " , as f. : QQ Q K Yf'g"x,?'?l?x' h4XQgAf.5A2X:g?5'? J V x LAI 2?fQ2:,, Vw '-is 'k'X',x'5 ,I .4 1 ' QQ qfiflxxigtf A gig.-xiilg!Qfjgfjlk is X mi M335 E wb -Q51-it-N1 Q 'jfeikfxgayi ,g.21eN?qf'eQ2gj3l2g..l 4 gr? 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BAND AND ' T - 1 jjj 3VjWj:1,.:, 3 ORCHESTRA +2 j.f:sf:.: um. ijijS9,5i5.xf 3? ig., 3: we I 1 gi, .,.. . lit :.ifii3:v 1 If ' Rally-1 j 1:,.,. men's physical education department i-club dan agnew jerry askam roger arthur tom barbatti jim boyse merrit beamon mike bock jerry bond tom cameron denny coon john craig dennis cryer tom denney dave derhammer bob everding ron foell bill forsberg terry fox bill garner ed gilson dennis goetz virgil goodrich bruce gulick ben halupnik bryce hansen mark harper dennis healy norval hills allon hjelle larry joens phil johnson dean kiger lynn king john kneeland bill kovocevich john lounsberry dick lynch jerry malloy dave mathews jim mc crillis donald mc kinney larry messerly dick miller bruce mohr ed mulhollancl dick olin ron owen jim paris don parker fred picket tom pinklam rick price bill rauhauser george rhinehart clon richardson wayne robertson mark st. clair mark sanborn lyle schwarzenbach lon scriven sam shidler wayne shutt bill smith gary smith john stater dave steincamp TOfT1 stott art strong bill strottman bill taylor mike toom jerry Waugh steve wedgbury jim welsh roger whorton lee wise warren woepking Jr- physical education department- women's T Q . I 5, n science department l' 'Y beta beta beta john black michael brackin cathy brooks william carpenter alan cederstrom george davis ioyce de kock gary garton marmette hickman susan iacobson charlotte iensen le roy larson karen Iinder ianis mennenga ray mitchem ruth morris michael naylon nadine peters john plaza richard pletcher verle punke wayne rand sally repp jerry smalley murray smith sharon Watters david winkier becky zahner gi" , I ' Q X -Y 1 xr ,W , -4. x ' ,f I I I ,Na 1 ,ff " lambda della lambda david aalderks konnie anderson garry bueftner roger ceilley iudy coombs mark gibson steve heilman virginia miller ruth morris dick nertz mary pofhoven dick senfman d. barry shaw mike tillmans gary turner social science depa rfmenf Q11 ' 1, pi gamma mu ronald Capps mary carter robert davis doris gates marianne hartong marlys kasmeier ianet larson robert meggenberg marlys messingham davis nielsen robert oberlee marilyn quinn kathy rechkemmer ronald ritchie thomas shannon larry spaulding iohn stroupe william voss craig williams T OF SOCUAL SCIEIN 21555 iii fr, . 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M EEE- U' wmnu "' 1 1 MM .smmuw speech department V f I' f fi .X X 0 - sigma alpha eta addy alderson Carole applegate kate bauman barbara beving nissan buium ioyce Carlson sharon collrnan mary ann dostal judy evans tom gray cheryl greiner john gritliths jackie hersch beverly howard shirley hutchison russ ietteries diana iesperson barbara kacmorynskl trudy lantau sara lewis gloria lindly sandy macvey Carole monroe donna o'rourke karla relcers mabel rice russell riley beverly ryken roberta sackett carol steege carol stoy ianet suiter carol taber ianefte thomas aaron Thornton linda trudeau allen walter diane ward ingram whittlesey kenyon wilson lauraine withrow teaching department Xiu en- V 5 UH, lem, e g'Jill ifiiifii fit gifg ,.,1 ,, 1 ,Eiga 35,1 i :,i' ,. . ,!,, J 'TQ 5 if 1: E .. .1f:,,f 'Lrg u 5 L .eff -1,,i5,5,...1Q:gl ,J ' 1 '5.. ff tiff gif 2ff?sffM m fi J M22 s W weeeii 1251 , Wiz ' f igiiifilfiffzfqfh n." ,, f wifi" y iz.: E4 O9 x W mx 'Q' P 5 , 1 ,mi 4 3 !i1i?i25E1 . .!,f,l1'5'I 'i mi? 5 ' vwliiiiiil ' L V ' 5' ' KY .. greek housing 7 Q 31 n ALPHA Xl DELTA 'rrudy lceyes ,sherry logan sharon miller mary pleggenkuhle mauri zaiser iudy lauer sandra s. leidigh susan leffow susan Iund sandra macker michele mcginnis ieanne moody lane neal iudy neal if'1"'f"- 'fi - 'ii f h i io ann shannon marcia smith linda frudegu Carver l pamela loeffler linda mendenhall dessa orlich vera winterowd adeline alderson ieanne allbee konnie anderson kristi anderson barbara Carney Carole appelgafe 'rr' Q " 1 sharon arrnfield carol armsfrong IUQO bC1f'f05Ch Terri biggs bonnie buckles susan cameron , in .DL ioyce carlson joan Carlson kathy downey V u 133' ramona finch sandra garnass marlene hamilton N8 Q25 ,, 4-. .M luann iohnson sally iohnson julie iones barbara wood Trudy lanfau susan linclholm 'fs mary macmillan dianne melfon yvonne miller evelyn rice sally rue donna settle barbara severin in W, as-1. iudi stangl georgie sfeine katie sullivan Sue fhede lane walter diane white rebecca williams Ka-JW 'Q' ,,, who mflry larkin linda luppes karen madson w-4 ---Q kgren mggfgin irene richter diana sanders 'ii 'cj sandra schara brenda sind? iudi sixta -or karla snyder lean van cleave Sue wenholz elaine wermersen gwen wiegmann karen wise nf v.- mary arndorfer sue belson cathy brooks diane Caldwell if If Iaurie feldman caTl'1yferrin .Y mary po fulkersorr mary gropper 1 sandy harders carol hocken marilyn lones maria koester N Q- patricicu bolfen J '-2 iane creswell f X 1 2 .. ff: Carole fox lane hansen margaref honeyman carol lage eileen landman mary lawson kaihrine michael V -UN ..,,. I .f---y julie merical iulie nielsen evonna olsen Connie palmer kafhie power Vicki russell lP'?D eunice stuempfig charlotte voigf ieanne zalesky lacinda midtgaard deborah pacha 'vi' -r":' linda sheval T T:"7 Iillian zieltow ron bitting chuck buttertield robert davis alan hill luke kiolhede gary martin michael bock charles corcoran torn franklin phil johnson daniel kroll lerry meins rich boston l dennis cryer iohn golz gary kelley S' richard lynch donald miller gary brower llewellyn culbert larry henness craig kern edward mangold si, bruce mohr "ft, 1 1-1 ap gclry 060' chorles o'lorien o! pepin lynn plan ronold puffer ' I C I I 4.5, grains- chuck rogers john rovvlond ron simons craig snider som sonko or? strong bill taylor iohn Thomon av K Ilndo bolond mary butler nancy dceges nancy frueh iudy horvey QL i n A-, , 543, .- corolyn boufelle sondy brown nv 9-v kofhleen cczrver digng Curran Connie davis susan ferguson "" 1 -as goil hcznsen marilyn harris rnorty hedge ioyce hueclepohl karen ketcham kathleen kock diann larson mary io lawler patricia lewis beth Iounsberry ioyce miller ioleen ocken vicky parson ST6PhC1HiG POdef1dOff nancy poeltler bert ramm carol sedgwick debbie seitz dianne smith linda smith linda soderstrom mgry vermilyeq mary waters gqil wcnggn Pl TA EL ALPHA D ionel morlan vonda rnorfimore kathy mugge marilyn palmer judy parrot nadine pefers D ff? iudy pefersen sandy reihmqn donna robinson iucly sanizahn barb snively sharon spies becky stole carol Taber diane Teig priscilla 'rraman cheryl triplett Carolyn vance in ns- -:-1 ,, robin van dyke judy Waugh linda Wayland lane yocum HOU r' karen collinge donna mann de laurie parks beverly spellmeyer diana trimble susan sargeant 'uf' Susanne martin carol nichelson iudi ngrhnggel KW rnarlene van roekel martha shauil mgfy Siebrechf marina spencer lorraine spies sally sfeele barbara Tyler karen vaudf nancy whifson VHA ' s N x u se 4- - ,. 4 jomes kinyon sion kliebensfein emmei iillis greg logon dennis niewoehner john nolon t .-:Sa:Q::,,.,. -V ',,.1,Q'- Zf:':'5f.f.j-. , 4 don owen williom sodler eorl smith bill sporrgrove gory sioufier jerry sfephens ieH"eY YOUNG john zmolek -r-X roger allen torn blong bill close rom egan of james groenenboo l richard iames m 'T gary anderson roger arthur paul boerfcher sfeveri cable george davis howard davis NF bruce eilers Ted hallenbeck patrick jennings james fisher edward helble ioseph kint charles balk 1. .. : ,Egg ' Ag' V A ,,,1-5,1--.,i ,..- Q I doug cannon iames davidson dennis gondek carl hilbers craig lawrence iim barran l FOQSI' CG VVGI' steve dewitt stephen graham larry holley le roy lines richard berterton larry clauson T harold dorr gordy graves richard Iverson iell llewellyn steve marfens ed mc evoy dennis mc narnee larry mikesell ierry nelson Tom pinkhcim i 'F .5 iohn prince mark sevcik james slianer ron spoerl david Taylor david Trimble "" :E A I f ,X bruce Upchurch 'rom van deesi iames van effen bill van zanfe VOQSI' VGF1 Zee david vavroch william wagner iim weilbreriner tom whicher ron white don wood james wood F?-f - ' f-:inqggfgg pot orrowsmith 'Nm morgoref binkord mary Corfer "'9 phyllis cumpsfon Iindo jennings sondro minord kofhy becker 'W-'1 noncy bruning iudy coombs bonnie dovis 7-7 kothi kulow pofricio powers kathy rechkemmer linda rowland T7 sharon shaulis roberta spring susan sfanfield sharon waffers ianet whitworfh Connie worl kathy wright SIGMA TAU GAMMA icmes kerns dcrryl londos iohn rnichcilson keith schmitz clrlhur lcifzmon kenneflw kolek gil kreul iohn lone i david lewis rickie long fred mc whorter robert meggenberg ben neideiglw john penne richord schlimmer i. d. schmidf 'hi sion strike donczld whitmursh david will pclul zeigler TAU KAPPA EPSILCDN 0 T K E hahahahahahahahahahaha she's thinking i'm Thinking didn't come up with anything else seven six tive show'em your dog- tags irrelevant a whole list of them perforated portraits beer they seem to have i'm satisfied he's trying to be a col- lege guy tor a day and a halt this really upsets me one empty room uh can you get makes tor better relations thirty-two ways to iustify a low grade-point one problem sososo this is yours each one cost you they weren't enough work this little thing she's gonna i can explain it too need help boys on the staff you know they do everything just sat there associate it possible she needs that i think it's a good thing more than the ordinary for me somewhere subversive very rare says greeks won't let you set up gets rolling lined up drawn up these guys huh? done a lot everybody should ioin because carpeting would be great 256 Susan Starr I S. c. I. ARTISTS SERIES State College Audiierium Tues. 81 Wed. FEB. 21 8, 22 ai 8:15 P. M. controversial speaker prog ram paul r. goldman-"the homosexual and the law" david sfienecker-"what a homosexual wants from society" r 3, 'x -ll f a 1 s f ff" bfi' 9 'SV I . ,: ., u.p.c. cabaret miss s.c.i. Ioretto ross A. , f ffv I mrs. irene eoton "mo commons" most popular girl on campus 4' bill rauhouser favorite man on campus S . .3-su., ff,-1,1 --1-i. M-'-'-ndkg-4.., ,. , f'1'3F"?"i" """"' ...TJ .. ,W T W Q 3 -lt, ' 1 , 'RF ' ' 32132 ii dr. iohn eiklor favorite prof pmt.,-f f kv Q + V Y - 1 - ,,,. ,-,,....-- ,--V ,..i ' ' - 'X' 1 ,f-Jig! 9, , - , , ,- Fi'::j1'fz?'fJ . I In ' 1:25-' 5-Lg,1?'.- Y, . ,4-. , 1' - L..-.-3 , ,, " 'vw 2 N . . . B-,4..i.'," , W.. , F 5, Y , f PHX . S.. s ewiix .,, v .gmt-K.. .,... , ,An NVQ V my x if no Nw fig-4 M-.NN an sr!fiiSxx-.rv Q., .'x U . - I- " ' wswiig , C. 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For those stud- nts n ho hm-r whit--.l four years for prop'-r :iflitistiii--tits this or-ins on rt ly to ln- another w--ll iiit--iitioin-fl plntitu-lf-. DON'T GET US WRONG, ut- i't-iilizo tht silo-i-Vity ot' your intentions. but if wt- lnol lu out tht- wt-ll intontioinil platitudvs tht- local THIN rhnptt r t-onlfl llislvnnd. 'l'ln- qucstioit is: how long vnu wo u':iit ' Thi- pi-olilt-ins that h.t'.t- multipliod with pntit-nec nrt- ut-ttinc to tin- point that nn- other rt-qu'-st for putit-in-o is :tn t-st r--lsr in iihsnrtlity. NVhy havf-n't wr anoth--r 4-ilu--:itionnl hnihling r--:oly this year? Is this zi problem we put ott into thi- t-tlit-rt-:tl world of never-never hind of tho "pt-1.-ple ot' tht- stem-" or can we assume that ailmxnistrzititt- t'ivt-1'i:gnrt- szilqirit-s ruin:- ing to your 517,500 should have rt ct-its-tl results. WHY IS THE SCIENCE BUILDING, an ugly, no uin- dews affair. bv-ing jatnmt-tl in hy Sit-rl:-y :ind Snltin hulls creating at hugo ey-'sorcl Also, why vs-'t'wit't lim-v'n',it:t-its like air-conditioning: Sabin tnkvn so no tio! to rt-nth-r otln- eation highly difficult, it not ilnpussililr during St-i--nu ron- struction? - NVhy must we rt-niovo natural lnnuty from t-znopus to put in postage stamp parking lots :intl liorcsnii insist-in' ot unions that the prwloniinntt- t-npr--ss--tl stud'-nt st-ntinn-nt was against-dt-spite the infonnattion to tht- "ttllil'Ill'y gilt n thc Board of Rt-:--nts. XVould you explain why tln-r-- nrt- tloxililt- 1'-tions in Campbell with one girl while linrtlt-tt has triple donhl--s :intl 0001-lpied the loft :intl p1'oiIsso1's it-tlltciiig i--.nlivu l't'1lllIlt- ments bt-cause the living conditions nrt- iii--oxului-fir lu study? And to add insult to lll'llll'j', why :lo triplt-tl pt-oplt' pat' the same prices ns rt-gulnr tlonhlcs and sinoli-sf ' WHY ARE THERE roon io..-t a., on llltltill o..oi, ing to Lnwtht-r :intl llnrtlvtt .iIt- r nll o n' in n --oolqin: equipment? Anil also uhy tht- t-ntiog tzoit Not iio-it-,io-il lf. minutes in Regents so the IIN' ulio mnst ti- is in tht- If-tw mons and cause mort- ot-orlondiiig tlit-re 4-ottltl .nt :nt tht-ir dorms? A student It-ndwr from lit-g--nts rt-ports ln- in.nlt- this request and was "gm-n no ntltouott- rt-nsoii for I"'illNill to do so." Yet they rt-first-. Why! MOST OF ALL, WHY do we hzivt- xi Stu-l--n nel system that ii-his - in tht- root- oi' su.-li sn content that wc know you nrt- iixvnrt- ot ltr. llziu wretched little rule tluit t'St-:mail h--lnivior whit-li ' " This is lation of civil law is basis tor tlist-ipliimry an-tion. particularly hard to uinlorstinitl wht-n ont- knows you 1'-'- ceived complaints last your from stuthrnts who it-lt tht-ir pri- vate lives were being unfairly invn-lt-tl. Why! NVe hope you can give some answer-s to tht-sc :it tomor- row's rnatriculation speech. Ednorial Q:..f-.o-.wiv , Q . Q.. .. l.. . I . . Ne hopcfull amendm by the s WE ' L.-1 it is a 5 proper i 3. i f' f' l an iPa.rker- 'r disgu sto l Question of Patience ,I impression SCI Needs A Don AN OPEN LETTER T0 PRESIDENT MAUCKER M' V 'S 8. I' l ie ima qt ks slttflctlt hotily. .Donald Smith, a bearded '1 su coHege Editorials i H ' if? lVe MNH Last Tuesd: porter was asks, Hallenbeck and to avoid EYE e ation from us a WHEN M1 dents are discu s cond eye the pe . 1- w we . .,,..N.-t1ity oi I ss, .M 9. When orga tion can lead tt ever, if the pub is often sufficit government org J-L 'tj-'ld be it may l tr is I dity, r ifed a 9 V they are boring and I t a reporter to a mee it. 2374 MU want a reporter .. . L Ciztsts g EBM RL ACKi urs Education ' N are grateful to .see i hours on this campus. 509 Aw! - L tous in throwing thes If tl 1 'ort to maintain them. down thi LN A AWS REPREBENTA offered. of ........ . ..,...,. ...., ,,.,, ..,. .,L,..., -,. .,,,. .5 iw they should act b- tbem down - if there arf- some we would like to hear them. BUT NO, ALL WE HAVE ABE a fcw students excited over imagined implications, saying no, wt- cun't have it. The worst offender is AWS. Despite their protest to the contrary we believe, from our conversations and dis- cussions with them, these protests atom from a nervous ft-ar that they might lose power - especially in the Holy Reg Board. AWS MLINTAINS TEE BILL is a rt-petition uf thr federal Bill of Rights and uiim-4-fled. This is fulst-. Those- rights exist between the federal government and the people-g we necd an enumeration of richts he-tween the students and student government. AWS prot-t-t-ds to complain about ambiguous phrascii, and taken out of cont--xt. tht-so phrases are ambiguous. But within the context ot' tht- bill they are not. In damning the court. AWS leaders pit-k the tenuous argument of listing wheix- it t'tilTLlJ go wrong. ignoring, apparently, that those arguments hold gt-nt-rally true for any court, federal or studs-nt. 'l'ln'y thrn prot-on-rl to lm. little student ability to run tht- cottrt. Wt- disagree with thcm but must admit that if social we honr-ls nrt- a typical example they may ham- ai point. my THEN BLANDLY prot-ot-tl Vo tlvtiy n Upmvf-r struggle" with the SN which they io point oi' for-t, have prfvtnoltml. UIift't'vd its szipgiost-'ily volitl pi-not is tht- lite! that no one has appinlt--l a lower It--g lmgirrl fl.-clruon in 1-ight y--urs - and ziyqinrozitiy th--y -.v:.nr tio cr-nrt around to make appf-al t-'ortii whil--. But in a vziliant aittvnipt to he titrxillVt' thoy likf- thc id:-ai but not this court," XX'-,n..l any of power to act satisfy? say "wc iurt with IF THE BILL AND COURT thin hope AWS and vom, vig' will fgonit- up with :i sown-t. ,lor-:inte-. lihfuri- i an . tXYm lids nov,-r to mir kin offs-rc-rl nnsitivv directions from their constiti stopped them in their dent court proposal. girls have complained to us, but it clarifies the problem. Girls - let your representative know you want to be rid of the hours system. The reasons for getting rid of hours are complex. freedom is good, it makes lift- mort- pleasant, it ht-lps att- has elected a "left-winger' .. 1... . t,.....l. .- . R t ,. 5K 'awww :bt individual to grow and adjust to tht- reality of living in , ,, ,X free society. Secondly, getting rid of hours is I, sound. A system fostering self-rrlianco and at-l,justmr-nt to ij! the real world other than an artifical world is Iionofical ,4' ' education. 'f fuk-f--fe: WE HAVE HEARD SEVERAL reasons for ' viii,- hours - none good. These seem to stem from an " j attitude of "in our hearts we know wt-'re right" und servc little better than as straws for tho opposition, in frenzy for "The True and thc- Hood," to cling tu. Now one of these excuses runs as such - wc-'rr ing for when the girls go into society und run :tt-ross strictions. These restrictions, however, art- voluntary. They depend upon a persons sleeping habits and his conformity to the middle cla.-is ethic. lf it is deem--d good that girls con- form to this ,ethic they best do it voluntarily - tht- hours system only postpones a recognition of reality. THESE PEOPLE HAVE not answered the argument that "freedom nurtures our finest thought :md expression." Loss oi freedom foster hypocrisy, circumvt-ntion, and imma- turity. Now another tactic used by zi very very few supporters of hours is really low, an example of the mt-ntulity produced by hours. It is the whispcr that "thc girls who wunt lu get rid of hours are immoral." Now implicit in this is that "wc who are for hours are moral." tliSI"'glH'fllllg tht- tact they arc engaging in a filthy, immaturr lm-'kliltt' of this naiturt-. . M ,-ff? - . 7, T t l 1 QELMJOF 'U C9 W'-S 5 C .Mya J so EY V 1 , L x.. ,.f', . f, i S -Q School Hoists Black Flag Of Economic Discrimination There is an unfortunate policy at SVI that is intended for a -good, practical purpose but has iw-sllltn-tl in thu ui.. fortunate reality of economic discrimination. ,WE SPJSAA UF Tl:Lt:1 SOO pie-registration tit-posit. The intent of this Seems lu be make i't-giisirotioii more or1.lr1ly by cutting clown on students not seriously planning to vnroll but registering just in case. However, thc practical effect is this - the financially poor student is put at u disadvantage. This student liilgfll be forced to wait until the stan-t of the Sl'lll4f:it'l' to get I1- nancial aid to register. lfreqtit-xitly the illiiiiaiif-ml stuflt-nt is paying room :intl board cleft.-x-1-ml payments ul soo at thi' first of every month. Au extra :FSU between these ls -lifti- cult. Perhaps some might also like to participate in soun- other functions - Dr. rlikloi-'s cultural triphto tiiicago for .mple - but find themselves unable lu do Su as a result Must Solve Sexuality Problem Fr'icl:1y's speeches on homosexuality were tremendously effective in interesting and enlightening SCl students and faculty thopcfully maybe even Student Personnelj The lunge turnout reflected the strong under-currents on this subject at SCI that have, until now, been publicly repress- cd by some elements. WE HOPE THE DISCUSSION continues, Hopefully someday society :mtl SCI will ond the 'liscriminating double stzmxlarwl in sexuality. In other words private, consenting znlults engaging in st-xunl acts, either hc-tero or homosexual. ought lu bt- tolei-att-rl. Those engaging in sexual acts other than privutt-, consenting adult - either homo or hetero- st-xunl - ought not to lm tolerntvcl. The Aint-1-icon society ought to gravitate to this view for two itasoiis. I-'irst. it is the only fair, honest position. Sec- ondly, if we do not wc arc setting up a witch hunting sit- uation for those in our society who are over zealous in their duty In prevent homosexuality or are acting out their own hate an-l fear. THE SPECIFIC ISSUE of teacher certificates is a fl2SS EYE re- MU, Mrl ho wish explan- l or stu- . Public press can a major the situa- er. How- roup this student sponsible to avoid esponsible tmplained, lhave been meetings end. Then OfR the registration fee. IT BOILS DOWN TO THE FACT that many stuilviits co1tt!'owxrsiz1l point. NVQ firmly mlvocutc that homosexuals - . 'ho cmrn-of in private consenting adult scxualitv ou-fht to 1- 'J x " ' th t I luii 'ulIv. J -Vliti s ll P' . ' ... -' 2 . mlaiblcttljllprixvlfifftiMail, SHA, ilsgixivi f,,l1E1MII' ,i,,1,,Nt,i:,, he grnutt-tl teaching vc-rtiticatcs. Hctcrosexuals ot this 10 HU A 3 ' K ul A L I ' i C' lirumlctl are gI'i1!lil'1l ccrtificntt-s - so ought homosexuals. 1:1-ti-rt-gistration has in utlect ,., lil IT ' f 's 'longing in st-xnality other than private. consenting ight not to he granted certificates. This again is 5 , rm- of both ht-tt-ross-xunls and homosexuals. Just nuot tolcratt- teachers molesting students of the we cannot tolerate them molesting the opposite situation in our society of pci-scouting people be- - y t-itht-1' are or are alleged to be homosexuals must SCI wr have n situation of alleged persecution that elarit'iod. We believe the problem at SCI lu have tiled senndalously. The College must, if it is ever rs ht-:ul high. correct this situation, repair as much is possible, and restore confidence in the Office of l'crsonn-,-l. The college mist arrive at it position ig lioinoscxnnliry that is open, fair an-.l enlightened. vc that position to lie in the nrta advocated in this as VE D0 NOT SOLVE this problem intelligently and itgtlly tht' coll'-gr will have fail-'id in its responsibil- 1: Sllltltlll. to society. ,Lili-,l to itself. Davis prwrt-nt the Courif-r and liystericol people from 'llook that fiiikzs pi-4-grzuxi COllYlllCt?Cl all those ought tu be t-xjilaiiit-1.1 than the ideas in this editor- ai-1'1i'1,-tl ot lust spring in on article that was cen- ' vucrvg whiz iifztiouffsg "We dart have to be good - 1n'ro the only not in win." I 1 4 P. Y f'1-.ni-+nnv lt W- doptc fe 1 COH19 , d and nate will l :ed Studcn L Lltte Senate it tl to we . of t V .le to tdily adopt ,f EYE , iv jf do much V I U l in" u K ,YE urges U BMW iamen mt muerglixl atlvc, x instances o E p wthel' . ,ff ot co-4 ary bodic Howe governme v man, t dealt cor GMBH? N , I ire . . remove . md hi :M assuring 7 A M, ' student or al-ter 1 ir 'e bound b 1 miami -f Li 1 LR. Rf ' '10 UIOI ONDAIBY . if f ld we idment ap A us arc sox V Q 4 ij, I Volt f f iii oard a ifrifiig E i il :cept gr' Si irectoz ' li "5 iii me. f 8 , 2 1 1 reces 1' tutes t I ' ' uttee t , 'i 2 . i tion 0 tim umr-113 0 .Q ..., .:,' uuuvv sun OLD GOLD Enticing At Mondays Board of Control of Student Publications meeting a. group of students from honor organizations and other organizations contested the make up of this ycar's OLD GOLD yearbook. THE GROUP HAD GOOD reasons in representing their groups. They wanted the tradition of individual group pic- tures to continue. John Volker, yearbook editor, explain- ed that they were taking activity shots of groups that were doing things of significance to the entire campus. Governor Governor Hughes has cut the budget askings of the State Board of Regents by S50 million. The lowa State Daily had the following to say about the cut: "Fifty mil- lion dollars is a good-sized roll of bills in anybody 's pocket. It 's also a 21 per cent hatchet blow on the Board of Regents' askings. Ronald Reagen has stuck his foot in an academic furnace after proposing a 10 per nent cut in the California Universities' askings. But there has been no such outcry here in Iowa." WE WISH THAT THE PIOUS campus liberals be- moaning the "California wretch" would stop worrying about California and start worrying about lowa. With Hughes' butcher approach to Regents' budget we might be 'better off with a Reagen. V The budget Hughes recommended is, in the words of a n ov wa. If vhff ITE!! 'Dll'El1Z'NI"l' at hid snfvmh .mn An'-lieinqsirnminehti gfnfn gannfni- tn fl-aiu nrlifnr- "fn-nanlv innrln, Credibility Crisis Ai .Hand The administration has fallen into a trap that may I too late to escape from, at least not without R-I-Q31 ,gffm They have, in effect, a crisis of credibility ofitlohnsonix proportionss Many studcnts who go to some administrators get wh has been called "the same old song and dance." ln mar cases they either do not get the information ,ur do not g complete information. SOME EXAMPLES: last lVednesdny at the Zvlatricul tion Convocation students were told to call the administr tion to find out the answers to their questions. The EY did so. One top administrator was asked for informatiz about the Regents possibly banning some cars on camp: and was told there was none, another member of tl staff asked the President for the same information and w, given it. Also Wednesday afternoon an EYE member tal ed to an administrator about football tickets, gained 1 information .and said "the only thing I knew when I le was something was being hid from me." The EYE still has a. copy of a letter from last sprix asking a prominent administrator to explain the homosex- ality situation -- we received no word on the matter. A st dent leader commented recently that "I wish there we two places I could get the same answer to one question. In addition, if you do get information there is the proble of whether it is complete or just the favorable side, or mea scmantical obfuscationg WE D0 NOT MEAN T0 SAY this is all deliberat most is red tape confusion. But at the same time, studen who deal frequently with the administration know son of it is deliberate. So no matter how much it is proteste that all the correct information was given, and if from no on it is, those students who have put up with this for tu or three years will never know for sure. This then is tl trap. What to do? This brings another matter up. Is this "responsible action? Many students, who are taught everything shoul be critically discussed, think not. Some administrators, fc reasons of their own, appear to think so, THE EYE HAS BEEN TOLD several times to be "ri sponsible" but we get the feeling this world is being use sloppily to enforce the user ls personal prejudices and to ri fleet a. different generations concept of the truth. The term to many means some type of prevailing defii ition or inkling of propriety that really can not he precisel stated but used only to enforce personal beliefs. THE EYE HAS 'A DEFINTION of this that also coix cides with the dictionary. The term shou-ld mean that an person who has done something or supports something -E accountable for it. In other words, he will, if necessary take' the blame, he is answerable for his actions. So eve if you make a mistake, or are dishonest, but will accept tl: consequences of your action, you are responsible. So the EYE is responsible, we may make errors or mil judgements, but we take the blame, Ln fact the EYE 1 more than responsible. Vie attempt to print the whole infos A " d the truth, when we have it. '11 ul Land Of Absurdium f ,, ' allowing is a completely fictitious story With an 54. irallels completely accidential, mfr Us sroar ormzs we see bright, eyed and bush Lug Up of Church riding across the commons vale i crux xl land politico olbsuzrdium. P is 011 hi-5 WHY to the great annual jousting mate e title "Honorary Significant Nothing." Two w his gentleman cause him to stand out to the ol ' "e first is his armor which has the strength of te s covered with sophomoric platitude. The secon is somewhat rickity steed VOS which has th e of tugging at cross ends but is apparently hel y Sir Up agreeing with all parts. ,WAY T0 the jousting match Sir Up discover 'aditxonal opponent - the mythological bird RO ri of internal disintegration. Sir Up, immediatel himself responsible, states "what a good jouste t trip to the match our hero stops off at the cu old sootlisayer of EYE in his black hole of. Gi there Sir Up asks and receives advice on ho' match and promptly follows suit by picl of Reg to hold his colors. Upon hearing thi ayer, wondering what he said to prompt that liismay. TR STORY PROGRESSES there are signs on th a new opponent for Sir Up but not a dangerou one. .to catch the sequels of this story watch this paper afte Beer Permits Good Proposal We would like to commend Men 's Union for their bring ing up the matter of the city council granting beer permit for establishments on the hill. We hope MU sees fit to coz tinue with this idea. WE FEEL THAT BEER PERMITS on the hill woul be a good deal for the students. Establishments 'of th nature draw students and frequently result in discussio and debate. Indeed, if one listens to some profewors yo almost feel that the local pub was more important to thci education than the library. In fact, while MU is at it they might also wish to kie off a campagin for beer in the union. A program coordil ated gvith ISU and SUI night just be able to achieve th goa oo. C C" I .3 Vw ,"" yfc . A E! M , 1 1 15' ' . . ,. waeyzek llvflxl 'I' V. ,,.,,,,, - VV.... .M .....,...,...A ,N . -...w 4.1 A - Q M """ it' . PIL! .a Ev '- -V 'E N7 . Y 43515--1n,L .c- fs-3 ' ' 4 c' , 1" " 5'Qi!g", We M, .,.. ... HK .. xr, .,q: ,., yvw . .- . - ' 2'-"RN-4-1 2: -f' A we . ., - -, ,S -, - w, . Y, Y. 1 ., -1.5-" v 'v "' .. , - Z: 192907-., .1-"N ' '7"""3l.... SeVen A 'f 1 Q 1 ' ' 5. f A 5 L N D Aw n 5 8 J 'J' ., J J 9 X DONATED BY THE Pm physical plant 'Q -le.. 1.-L-,L VW ...A ln.. X X xx ff . 04.5, x . M gs.:-fx. sg..-sf :wiv x x w k- -J N 1 ., ixwg- , X . Q.. , , N., g FV P 1 "'-Lf"-1' y xr- cal, l .f iwitagfm ,. I --1 - 1 13' L. "J: 5' wig!!! :Hgh- 3? N, ..Q,.,'.:g.., .1-g' -f .atv 'Z' E54 'ff 7 Mf ffwf 2-XX 4-1 rw . ,.x ifkrilw ' . M . 4 5, Q ff V., dll 'Y S H 4 sw? MQ. .f A Q.,-4 fl,..w-'P K .rfwvtd COLLEGE OUTLIIZI-E rt' N", mm ff- f' I By! rafi Siafus fcontinued from page 17 Since every man who earns 1 ew classification in college to be included in the de- tion of ranks, the CD1- will figure the ranks for such male students and pre- llsts and cards for them." said 'Ranks will be figured t a month after the close of ch semester or summer sa- lectwe Service only those re- rts which have been specific- y requested. The others will main xn the registrafs office use at a later date if need- a.nd xf a request is not made 1- them, they will eventually destroyed. The Registrars Office has a. - to be completed by any udent who requests that his ' k be sent to his Board. The A s require name, sfudent mber selective servxce num- y and signature of students. ga e address of the local board J desirable to add. Requests :V be filed at any time. 'The college has been sending ,- attendance reports of all non- teran men in October, which 1 ow only that the student is J oiled as a full-time student 12 hours or more! or as a part- L e student Hess than 12 3 our-sl Dr. Beard said. I X "ATTENDANCE REPORTS T e required for all students. 1 f ' 1 a college deferment wheth- r by rank, test, both or neith- r, he said. "They do not shosv ank in class. No request as Jyecessary for this report," "Students should not ask fOr eclal letters to local boards cex-ning attendance, he said. e State Selective Head- quarters has given specific in- tructlons that colleges are not write such letters. "All reports of rank or at- endance are sent hy the college ' E4 : -' f n' COLLHIE will mailto I. t , I . L Because many students re- ceived re-evahmtcd d r a f t status notices in October, Dr. Marshall B e a r d, registrar, announced SCl's policy on sending transcripts to local draft boards. For deferment p u r p oses the Selective Servxce System mee rank in class which is de- termined irom the cumulative grade index based on the course load of work taken. 1 "rr A srvpnur chooses to usehdsrsnkinclassasamesns of securing a student defer- ntenhitwilllbetohlsbestin- terest. to carry about 16 hours nf work a. semester so that he will earn his rank in the min- imum time," Dr. Beard said. "Lf a student does not carry 16 hours per semester his Boslrd may get the idea. that he is not making adequate prog- :ess," he said. "A student is not eligible for ranking until he has complet- ed his freshman ryear, 32 hours of credit .at SCI," Dr. Beard said. "Men completing 32 hours will be considered for deter- ment ix in um wp three fourths of the group of freshmen men." WHEN A STUDENT HAS completed M hours, or sopho- more standing, he will be cw- idderedtor deferment ithe is ,in the upper twotbirds at his 2 group, Dr. Beard said. All men iwith ovver96 hours, or junior 5 standing, will be eonsidered for ldefennent it in the upper hal! 3 at the group. ' 'To be oonsldered for deter- r 1. Lg ment as a graduate student, a l ltlldH1f-,I9ll9'f- be in me urw one-fourth of his group at grad- fnstmn. 'Vfith many Boards, the chance of deferment ea a grad- ' nate student is very slim." he ' 1 said. f nS SERVICE set :fthe class 'breaking points which ,f',,j:s.ve been referred to. Last semater, the grade in- to meet these standards 8431 were 2.06 for freshmen,- '2242 tor so homores 261 ferr . p , . 1 ,lbnninfs and 2.78. tor,,seniors,, V 5 ment ls strictly a matter be- Ii '1'llliYllUK5'5""""'f'77T . tween the student and his local I board," he said. directly to Lhe State Headquar- ' ters and are then distributed to local boards," Dr. Beard said. W "THE COLLEGE HAS al- ways taken the attitude that the request, for sg. stugenfl Qefer- jr bl? 'The college can provide ap- propriate information, but does not ask for a deferment," Dr. 1 Beard said. "Whether a. man chooses to ask for a deferment the-jneens he uses to sup- Q port his request is his own busi- ness. Hmrmermore, it should be ' remembered that a local board does not have to grant a defer- ment to a person simply be- cause he has a high test score or a high rank in class. These are simply items which it may - well consider," Ilr. Beard said. allege pe 'i State College of Iowa Cedar Falls, Iowa Tuesday, November 15, 1966 Issue 18 Give Eolicy On Sending .1 9 Transcripts To Draft Boards Because many students re- ceived re-evaluated d r a f t status notices in October, Dr., Marshall B e a. 1' d, registrar, announced SCI 's policy on sending transcripts to local draft boards. For deferment p u rp oses the Selective Service System uses rank in class which is de- termined from the cumulative grade index based on the course load of work taken. "IF A. STUDENT chooses to usehisrankmclassasameans of securing a student defer- ment, it will fue to his best in- unesr 1.0 carry about 16 hours of work a semester so that he will earn his rank in the mm- imum time," Dr. Beard said. "Lf a student does not carry 16 hoLn's per semester his 1 Board may get the idea that he is not making adequate PTUS' tees," he said. "A student is not eligible for ranking until he has complet- ed his freshman year, 32 hours bf credit .at SCI," Dr. Beard paid. "Men completing sz hours will be considered for defer- knent if ln the top three fourths bf the group of freshmen men." WHEN A STUDENT HAS completed 64 hours, or sopho- more standing, he will be cou- Qsidered for deferment if he is in the upper two-thirds of his group, Dr. Beard said. All men with over 96 hours, or junior standing, will ibe considered for deferment if in the upper hal! at the group. ' "To be considered for defer- Q.-ment ss a graduate student, a tudent must be in the UPP5' tue-fourth of his group at grad- uation. ,With many Board-B, U10 1 w ,These vary from year to year," 1 ,Dr. Beard Bald. 5 "When this ranking procedure 1 was used ln the past, the col- 3 lege supplied the information to the Selective Service Boerd only by student request. This policy will be continued. "A student has ihe right to E determine for himself whether or not he wishes to have his mnk sent and ask the Board to consider it as a basis for defer- ment." IF A STUDENT has once re-. quested that his rank be sem. and a deferment ls granted on ihst basis, Dr. Beard said thai the college must continue sendl , ing new ranks as izhey are earned. ' If a student has chosen to use the tests as A basis Ior defer- ment. the test will continue u s basis. Students may use tests, rank, 'both or neither, Dr. . Beard said. V - I 2 5. Requiremenis 9 For Defermenf Eligibala Eligibility for deferment by class rank as announced in the Nov. 15 COLLEGE EYE has been corrected by the Heg1strar's Office. ,- . . f- ,M - J. af ,' chance of deferment as s. grad- uate student is very slim," he said. USELECTIVE SEEVIOE set the class breaking points which have been referred to. Last spring semester, the grade ln- dexes to meet thm standards at SCI were 2.06 for freshmen, 2.42 for sophomores, 2.61 for juniors and 2.78 for seniors. These vary from year to year." Dr. Beard said. "When this ranking procedure was used in the past, the col- lege supplied the information to the Selective Service Board only by student request. This policy will be continued. "A student has the right to Draff Sfa+us KContinued from page D 'Since every man who earns s new classification in college has bo be included in the de- termination af ranks, the col- lege will figure the ranks for all such male- students and pre- pare lists and cards for them," he said. "Ranks will be figured about a month after the close of each semester or summer ses' sion." THE OOLLEGE will mall to Selective Service only those re- ports which havebeen specific- ally requested. The others will remain in the registrars office for use at aw. later date if need- ed and if a request is not made .for them, they will eventually be destroyed. ' The Registrars Office hem a card to be completed by any student who requests that his rank be sent to his' Board. The cards require name, s t ud e n t number, selective service num- ber and signature of students. The address of the local board is desirable to add. Requests can be filed at any Urns. "The college has been sending in attendance reports of all non- veteran men in October, which show only that the student is enrolled as a full-time student 112 hours or moral or as a partf time student lless than 12 hours! Dr. Beard said. "'A'1'.l'ENDANGE REPORTS are required for all students with a college deferment whethf er by rank, test, both or neith- er, he said. "They do not show rank in class. No request is necessary for this report." A "Students should not in-sk for special letters to .local boards concerning attendance, he 'The State Selective Haan-I quarters has given specific inf" structlons that colleges are not to write such letters. "All reports of rank or at- 'tendance are sent by the college determine for himself whether or not he wishes to have his rank sent and ask the Board to consider lt as s basis for defer- ment." IF A STUDENT has once re- quested that. his rank be sent and a deferment is granted on that basis, Dr. Beard said that the college must continue send- ing' new ranks as they are earned. If a student has chosen to use the tesgs as a basis for defer- ment, the best will continue as a basis, Students may use tests, rank, both or neither, Dr. Beard said. Q wontinued on page -9 1 4 directly to the State Headquar- ters and are then distdbuted to local boards." Dr. Beard said. 'THE COLLEGE l-IAS al- ways taken the attitude that the request for a student defer- ment ls strictly a matter be- tween the student and his local board," he said. "The college can provide ap- propriate information, 'hut does not ask for a deferment." Dr. Beard said. "Whether a man chooses to ask for a. deferment and the means he uses to sup- port hls request is his own busi- ness. 'Tux-thermore, it should be remembered that a'1ocal board does not have to grant a defer- ment to a person simply be- cause he has a high test score or a high rank in class. These are simply items which it may well consider," Dr, Beard said. 4 Requiremen+s Requiremenfs Are Changed For Defermeni' Eligiblldy Eligibility for deferment by class rank as announced in the Nov. 15 COLLEGE EYE has been corrected by the Registrar 's Office. According to inform now available from the Selective Service System, completing the freshman 32 hours ot credit, must ation state men year, be in the upper half of the class to be considered for deferment. A STUDENT IS not eligible for ranking until 82 hours have been completed, Dr. Marshall Beard, registrar, said. Students must be in the upper two thirds of the group after completing the sophomore year, 64 hours, and in the upper three fourths of the group after com- V pleting the junior year, 96 hours A senior must be in the upper one fourth of the group to he considered for deferment, Dr. Beard said. GRADE INDEXES to meet these requirements at SCI for the spring 1966 semester were 2.34 for freshmen, 2.20 for soph- omores, 2.13 for juniors and 2.79 for seniors. The rank distribution for Lhe spring of 1966 has been an- nounced by Dr. Beard. AFTER COMIPLETING THE freshman year, the upper Zourth gi the group had a. grade point above 2.78, upper half above , 2.84, upper two thirds above , 2.16 and upper three fourths mbove 2.06. After completing the sopho, mme year. Y-he upper fourth of the group had s grade point above 2.78, upper hal! above 2.42, upper two thirds above 2.20 and upper three tourths above 2.12. AFTER COMPILETING the junior year, the upper fourth of the group had a grade point above 2.76, upper hal! above 2.89, upper two thirds above 2.20 and upper three fourths above 2.13. After completing the senior yea-r. the upper fourth of the STOUP had s grade point above 2.79, upper half above 2.54, up- per two thirds sbove 2.38 and UPP61' three tourths above 2.34. PAGE 4 V Draff S+a+us lCont1nued from page 13 "Since every man who earns a new classification in college has to be includedjn the de- terzninativn of ranks, the col- lege will figure the ranks for all such male' students and pre- pare lists and cards for them," he said. "Ranks will be figured about a. month after the close of each semester or summer ses- sion." THE OOLLEGE will mail to Selective Service only those re- ports which have been specific- ally requested. The others will remain in the reg'lstrar's office for use at a later date if need- ed and if A request is not made for them, -they will eventually 'be destroyed. The Registrars Office has a, card to ibe completed by any student who requests that his rank be sent to his Board. The gards require name, s t u d e n t number, selective service num- ber and signature of students. The address of the local board is desirable to add. Requests can be filed at anry time. "The college has been sending in attendance reports of all non- veteran men in October, which show only that the student is 6l1!'0u8f1.-85 a. tullftime student Are Changed For Defermen+ Eligibulliy an Eligibility for deferment by class rank as announced in the Nov. 15 COLLEGE EYE has been corrected by the Registraa-'s Office. . According to information now zwallafble from the state , Selective Service System, men completing the freshmen year, 32 hours of credit, must be in the upper half of the class tn be considered for deferment A STUDENT IB not eligible lor ranking until 32 hours have been completed. Dr. Marshall Beard, registrar, said. 1- Students must be in the upper two thirds of the group after , ,completing the sophomore year, I I . 64hmzrB,ai'AdInf11eupperthre0' ,l .,,, , ..,, . ...q..,,e.-., , , mm.,-bg or the group sue, com- Ch d plating the junior year. 96 hours- , A senior must be in the upper onetourth otthegrouptobe ' ' 2 considered for deferment, Dr. . I Belfd me According to -informhtionf GRADE INDEXEB so meet new available from the state ' these requirements at BCI for Selective Service System, men . the 'spring 1966 semester were ,f eompletmg the freshman year, 82 hours of credit, must be the upper hal! of the class fo' . 1 considered tex-,,gle ent,'., , mf be? f 2.84 for freshmen, 2.20 for soph- omores, 2.13 for juniors and 2.79 for seniors. .. 4 .. ,,' The rank distribution for the spring of 1966 has been sn- nounced by Dr. Beard. AFTER OOMIPLETHVG THE, freshman year, the upper fourth of the group had A grade point above 2.78, UPP01' hal! above 2.84-, upper two thirds above 2.16 and upper three tourths above 2.06. After completing the sopho- more year, the upper fourth of the group had A grade point. above 2.78, upper half above 2.42,.upper two thirds above 2.20 and upper three fourths above 2.12. AME G the junior year, the upper fourth of the group had a grade point above 2.76, upper halt above 2.89, upper two thirds above 2.20 and upper three fourths After completing the senior! year, the upper fourth ot the, group had s grade point ubovehi 2.79, upper half above 2.54, up- per two thirds above 2.88 and upper three tourths above 2.84. - - san- .......... , ? Arms o 'film freshman year, the upper tourth, of the grouphad agradepoint ENV? ?ffl5f,.v1'lW25-.A94! .Wwe C12 hours or mox-el or as a part-f time student ' fless than 12 hours! Dr. Beard said. "ATTENDANCE REPORTS' are required for all students with a college deferment wheth- er .by rank, test, both or neith- er, he said. "They do not show rank in class. No request is ,necessary for this report." "Students should not ask for special letters to local boards concerning attendance, he said. "The State Selective Head- quarters has given specific in- structions that colleges are not to write such letters. "All reports ot rank or at- tendance are sent by the college directly to the State Headquar- ters and are then distributed to . local boards," Dr. Beard ssld. "Tl-IE COLLEGE HAS al- ways taken the attitude thatf the request for a student defer- ment is strictly a matter be-N . tween the student and his local board," he said. "The college can provide ap- propriate information, 'but does not ask for a. deferment," ID:-,l Beard said. "Whether s man chooses to ask for a deferment and the means he 'uses to sup- port his request is his own busi- ness. ,h "Furthermore, it should be remembered that a local board does not have to grant a. defer- ment to a person simply be- cause he has s high test score or a high rank in class. These we simply Items which it may veil consider," Dr. Beard said. A STUDENT IS 'not allgible for ranking until 82 hours have been completed, Dr. Marshall Beard, registrar. said. Students must be in the upper own thirds of the group After completlng the sophomore year. 64 hours, and in the upper three fourths of the group aiter com- pleting the junior year, 96 hour:- A senior must be ln the upper one fourth of the group to .be considered for deferment, Dr. Beard said. GRADE INDEXES to meet these requirements at BCI for the spring 1966 semester were 2.84 for freshmen, 2.20 for soph- omores, 2.13 for juniors and 2.79 - for seniors. 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Q gi, ianice lcay abbas alta vista german charlene adam postville lower elementary danny agnew grinnell physical education sonia albertson calmar upper elementary susan allen urbandole art patricia achey tipton upper elementary david adamson cedar tolls drama lanice ahrenholz waterloo lower elementary craig allen nevada business education marilyn alling burlington lower elementary james i. acton ottumwa russian-german betty jean addison traer lower elementary linda alber cedar falls lower elementary roger allen fort dodge social science trances eiko amosaki hilo, hawaii art bud anderson des moines english kristi iean anderson cedar falls spanish norma anderson fort dodge upper elementary joe f. angsiman dumonf science gary armsrrong hudson social science gary anderson thompson business leon d. anderson boone business diana andrews belmond english diane k. appleby spencer lower elementary glenda arnold aurora spanish ianis f. anderson dows lower elementary maxine anderson dike lower elementary lynn m. andrews oelwein iunior high willliam f. arden cedar falls business ion armiger waverly business william arthur ir. seorsboro upper elementary michael aubrey sumner industrial arts rose bacon defiance physical education darlene ball cedar falls lower elementary pam barlow iowa falls english richard attleson cedar falls iunior high susan avis ryan lower elementary william bader dysart mathematics sandra l, ballarcl ottumwa upper elementary dorothy barnes grundy center music ierry askam muscatine social science ken azinger keokuk french richard gene bahr dubuque iunior high linda barg minneapolis, minnesotc elementary education ronald e. barnes waverly business education sheryl barnes it cedar falls lower elementary I l paulette barnett l l memphis, tennessee 1 upper elementary l 'l l l l l llinda c. barrick :cedar falls , business education mary jane batchelder alburnett physical education linda beaton waterloo lower elementary joe becker calmar mathematics david w. bedell cedar falls english carol beermann denison iunior high marina bernard webster city mathematics richard betterton knoxville business ierie barnhart west branch upper elementary kathryn l. bauman cedar falls speech pathology kathy becker plaintleld business education sharon bell dcivenport lower elementary katharyn betts west allis, wisconsin lower elemetary roger m. betts guthrie center industrial arts terri biggs atlantic foreign languages vivian e. blewett ames business education iudith anne bock hinton mathematics morlene bonfig ossian mathematics sheryl b, bewyer spirit lake upper elementary joel bishop west union social science leonna blomquist stuart upper elementary herbert g. bigelow waukon business ron bitting columbus city business lawrence blum cedar falls upper elementary phyllis schmitz boeding waucoma lower elementary ronald d. boniean pekin, illinois science margciret boggard clinton lower elementary k. korene borgeson cherokee physical education marilyn bottorff blairsburg iunior high l l 1 l i l l l i l l l curtis bradshaw waterloo , music l i l marie brass iowa falls lower elementary rick briggs iowa falls business education ronald broad iesup business Carolyn boutelle northwood iunior high rhonda brandt reinbeck business education randall charles bray Waterloo business r. ward brimmer marshalltown science ioyce brocka new hartford physical education dennis boyle cedar falls biology susan brandt cedar falls trench carol brecht marengo home economics richard brinkmeyer hulobard business sandra bronsema new hampton lower elementary ken brooks knoxville business education dianne l. brown bronson mathematics richard w. brudevold independence upper elementary io ann buhr waterloo upper elementary sally i. burgin Webster city business education gary l. brower red oak business larry i. brown waterloo foreign languages douglas l. buchele muscatine social science belva l. bullard des moines upper elementary terry carl burgin webster city social science dennis I. brown knoxville physical education patricia lynn brown guthrie center english garry buettner walker chemistry marie l. bunnell iesup business education marcia burkhardt cedar falls lower elementary margaret l. butschi Coggon lower elementary david a. Cahalan mason city iunior high ronald w. Capps hedrick social science joan Carlson des moines lower elementary dennis carrier odebolt business Connie io butterworth bellevue lower elementary bonnie i. Campbell ainsworth upper elementary donald paul carey marcus mathematics barbara i. carney perry lower elementary Constance lydia Carroll mediapolis business steven g. Cable bettendorf pre-dentistry carl l. Cannaday Cedar falls social science ierril Carlson des moines lower elementary Clair i. Carolan ridgeway mathematics-physics mary Carter alta social science kathleen Carver Waverly elementary education diane rn, castor iesup iunior high linda Christensen olbion upper elementary donald e. christy muscotine science james dale clark columbus iunction business mary ann Cass des moines english diane Castonguay cedar rapids home economics roger Ceilley Cedar falls science plucia christ bettendorf english nancy l. Christenson lcanawha lower elementary larry k. Christiansen northwood business education steven m. church newton business larry cizek roledo business bernice viola Colby kensett elementary education cherryl cole Cedar falls physical education douglas cole cedar falls art michael i. collins fort dodge junior high charles Corcoran tairbank science susan corey dewitt upper elementary sue a. crawlord icla grove upper elementary susan a. Collingwood connea ut, ohio special education ruth collins fort dodge social science patrick corcoran fairbanlc business iohn s. craig grinnell art jane creswell reinbeck lower elementary ianice collins cresco home economics iudy coombs alta science choryl cook storm lake physical education sonia c. craig grinnell french pat cross sac city french Ilewellyn culbert lime springs science diana curran russell business education karen a, cumpston cedar falls english frank l. dahly cedar falls industrial arts patricia ann danielsen council bluffs iunior high marcia rae davis clemons lower elementary edith deal ielterson english iames davidson albert city business education robert davis humbolt social science paula decker lowden art douglas cunningham cherokee business dale w. dalton cedar falls business bonnie davis dakota city upper elementary john c. day madrid business janet derby ottumwa english peg dexter waterloo lower elementary ion p. dirksen Waterloo business ron dobson leon mathematics john m. doran cedar falls mathematics diane donlea cedar falls social science ian g. dickey marion industrial arts ianet dittman muscatine iunior high dennis donovan Webster city social science harold o'larry dorr belmond social science david dozavk denison science edwin d. dieleman cedar falls physical education donald j. dietzenbach cresco english iean anne doran cedar falls iunior high robert dohse ir. oelwein elementary education pauline draves blairsburg mathematics dean h. dreyer hampton iunior high patricia lynn drury dows upper elementary curt duwe guttenberg business education games i. ehlenteldt cedar falls industrial arts gerald einvvalter vvaierloo biology iudy a. driscoll cedar falls lower elementary marshall W. duke cedar falls industrial arts don easley harpers ferry social science games e. ehman cedar falls upper elementary constance ellingson Waterloo math karen c. drummer marshalltown german mary m. dulcher cedar falls home economics joel ebert clarence upper elementary bruce eilers council bluffs music betty eimen homestead lower elementary dean c. einwalter Waterloo science john ellis cedar talls business education kenneth j. emmons Washburn OFT sigrid l. erickson cedar talls math ian evans ioice upper elementary sharon kay eitrnann treynor lower elementary thomas i. ellis Waterloo science keith endresen alta social science iudy a. erion cedar falls music robert j. everding tripoli math philip eldridge dubuque social science robert archie elsbury clear lake math steve epperly milton biology tom ervin perry general science ierry eyler mount vernon math lcris falcon cedar rapids iunior high ed. david talk zearing math ierry l. farley guthrie center business harriet teldman cedar falls upper elementary dennis p. ferreter cedar rapids math ron fey cedar falls business ed ierry 599 cedar falls sociology sharyl finke grundy center upper elementary linda Escher Webster city trench bruce fisher cedar falls social science wilda tallis oelwein elementary ed. susan ferguson glidden elementary ed. beverly tiderlick livermore elementary ed. ieanne t. finn cedar falls music margaret a. fisher center point music pam fisher mason city physical education ruth e. fisher cedar falls home economics ronile fiefland fort dodge elementary ed. bonnie flannagan hopkinton elementary ed. barbara force cedar falls special ed. carole fox davenport physical education tom franklin belle plaine physical education sally treeburn cles moines lower elementary heinz frey clarence german iudy a. frey allison elementary education paul v. titsgerald elma marketing sharon b. forbes west liberty elementary ed. larry k. fox cedar falls business barbara freese cedar falls art evelyn friederich postville lower elementary duane friedrich alta math coral a. gardiner cedar falls business education doris b. gates marshalltovvn social science ianet gerber tipton speech ivan C. gilbert spirit lake biology rich fullerton livermore english sandra garnass manly english william ray gautney Waterloo business alice a. geurinlc stockton ir. high ed. lloyd gilbert vvindron, ontario psychology mary a. turleigh cedar falls ir. high education kay gary montour i upper elementary. virginia genschme Webster city lower elementary mark gibson cedar falls science allene gillespie hartley library science F. ,. l it l l l ll 1. ii i i i li i, i ' ann gilmer maynard upper elementary tmary glaser northwood lenglish betty m. golden new hampton lower elementary colleen goodonbour Waterloo upper elementary ed. dianne a. graham troy mills ir. high education daryl gilmore new providence business administration bonnie glendenning clinton upper elementary iohn f. golz bridgewater math Virgil goodrich garner math-physical ed. stephen graham ottumwa math sheryl glanz manchester special ed. rosalyn gliclc sumner trench sandra n. golz bridgewater french iohn c. goss Waterloo business iulee granger tama upper elementary donald d. greene nashua business ed. cheryl greiner cedar falls speech correction sue a. gueniner parlcersburg lower elementary julia haggar Woodbury, n. i. english bennie i. halupnik cedar falls physical education mary ann green council bluffs carolyn grigsby des moines iunior high ed. carmelee hack lowden upper elementary larry c. halsrud ottosen math gary leo halva vinton upper elementary mary gregory dysart elementary ed. iohn h. groth cedar falls business education james hagenson cedar falls social science barbara halsted state center art victoria hanan keokuk physical education wesley c. hanken springville industrial arts iudy hanson conrad lower elementary nancy harmon eldora iunior high steven c. harper hansell math iudy harvey estherville english karen hansen wiota social science evelyn hanson st. ansgar lower elementary kristine hanson muscatine lower elementary bruce harlan winterset business phyllis io harmon la parte city math marvin i. harms cedar falls general business douglas a. harrenstein kamrar iunior high marianne hartong cedar falls social science carol l. hasart Waterloo business ed. roger hasselbrink kellogg social science bonnie jean hatch ames lower elementary loan I, heble princetan business edt sandra iean hensan pontiac, mich. lower elementary terry w. hiatt winterset mathematics i. allan hielle glidden social science robert hawkins cedar falls OFT gene l. r. healy cedar rapids general science linda henningsen clinton science alan l. henrilcsen renwick business education marlene hepker marian lower elementary jane hetzter monticello music narval iames hills cedar falls physical education pam hite washington music john I. hodson britt industrial arts iane e. haf sioux city lower elementary education geraldine hoFl manly art larry holley Carroll CVT elaine holt ogden lower elementary v. sue horvei charles city lower elementary gordon howard cresco l art lois holboth toledo lower elementary aaron holmstrom cedar falls art holcomb waterloo speech business education mari holt ellsworth marketing gary hoslcin tt. madison math larry d. howe vinton social science betty corole holst walcott spanish bernie marie horgen mabel, minnesota library science beverley howard cedar falls speech correction wayne f. howell bettendorf social science '.'Jfli,i1llCl l'nuGQE'I'lCl1 fonda upper elementary donna huftman ke-swick lower elementary pauline e. humlce aclcley lower elementary nicholi humpal Waterloo science ludy hyrnan hawkeye business education arthur trederick ide cedar falls history sue ingersoll skokie, illinois social science gerald l. inman marne science Carole anne ishimaru hico, hawaii english kenneth 1. ions parlcersburg social science lcarilyn hughes spencer speech roger r. hutchison sheldon elementary administration pamela inglis mingo english sara irwin davenport english robert iass garner industrial arts patrick jennings griswold business james b. jerz garvvin junior high gordon lc. joens traer psychology elaine r. johnson schaller :upper elementary l l mary j. johnson clinton lower elementary .J richard lee jensen cedar falls physical education diana jespersen cedar falls speech correction arlene johnson udell elementary education jeanne johnson tort dodge english melva jeanne johnson klemme junior high sandy jensen bettendort special education laura k. jinkinson sheldon social science gary l, johnson cedar falls business education marilyn jane johnson swea city upper elementary phil johnson saint ansgar physical education rorald l. johnson spencer physical education gary l. lanes cumberland, wisconsin business marilyn i. jones lime springs speech Iois iordan cedar falls home economics wayne justmann dubuque physical education barbara iean kacmarynski storm lake speech correction mary nelle lcainer cedar falls physical education nona kallce floyd lower elementary mary kalid sioux city upper elementary karen kaliban mount Vernon lower elementary marlys ann kasemeier sumner social science-history emphasis susan kasparak cedar rapids upper elementary lcathleen kearney lovilia business education susan lynn lceclc greeley lower elementary tanya r. lceehner guttenberg upper elementary loan keel Waterloo upper elementary mary trances kelly hampton lower elementary craig w. kern tipton physical education dean kiger fairfield physical education joseph kint manchester upper elementary gary kelley algona art mary kay kelly iesup lower elementary dorothy kessler odebolt upper elementary jerry l. kikendall cedar falls mary kelly cedar falls history patricia chandler keough cedar falls upper elementary karen kay lcetcham shenandoah english distributive education arthur glen kitzman what cheer sharon i. king des moines spanish iunior high physical education paul d. knapp cedar falls science 1' iii i, liright -1l'ifll les city busness education sharon kay knupp central city elementary ed. shirley lcolars chelsea business iane lcosanke iowa falls english priscilla io kramme sheldon english daniel lcroll cedar falls social science Charlene C. l-cuehner lawler physical education rnarcia lcohler long grove spanishfenglish linda diane lahl Walcott elementary education carolyn lahniann tripoli elementary education l I 0 i l steve koch l cedar rapids social science barbara ian kratt cedar falls elementary education kathleen kruse soldier elementary ed. douglas kouba tama OFT patti lammert roctwille elementary education george r. lancaster, ir. cedar tolls business :arol larsen :linton carol lang state center english elementary education leroy b. larson :edar tal Is science judy Iouer mt. union speech iudy Iehman cedar rapids ousiness ed. i. diann larson anamosa social science linda kay lauck spencer music mary io Iawler breda elementary education mary lehman rolte music trudy i. lantau davenport speech correction elaine rae Iarson north english elementary education diana laughery eagle grove spanish richard a. lee letts iunior high regina lehman des moines social science gary e. leinen cedar falls elementary education linda lighthall lawton social science iames a. lockard Waterloo german ianis rn. long sac city elementary education david c, lunning hampton social science iohn c. lewis cedar falls general business wenlyn lindeman austinville physical ed. greg logan traer i a i l i reona a. light lisbon elementary education l l l l marilyn lippolcq st. marys business ed. r n I I i i physical education laura io long maquoketa library science sandra macker dubuque iunior high diane m. logan newton music Q l I l l l i l I i i i loran g. loots manson l business administration l i l l i i l t 1 l i . I i daniel i. macy osceola l physical education l l l l l l l karen madson britt ir. high ed. james m. marken ames business katherine mathern Waterloo business education ieane marie maxwell deep river elementary education dean w. meier i waverly i math i l i l edward h. mangold ryan business iean marker yale library science gary matson prairie city math glenn maze carroll biology annabel meyer iowa falls barbara ruth manning charles city elementary education r. susanne martin new providence elementary education ianice matson atton elementary education michael mead cedar falls social science voc. home ed. ec. iacquelyn medin whittemore iunior high gary meerdinlc muscatine business administration janis mennenga belmond elementary education robert michaelsen cedar falls business karen miller patricia meeter cedar falls elementary education lane m. meyers ionia vac. home ec. barbara e. miller cedar falls math gordon mennenga reinbeck english iudith c. miclcels panama elementary education lynda i, miller sperry elementary education dike voc. home ec. yvonne miller eldridge jr. high Carolyn r. milligan urbandale karen mitchell english marshalltown elementary education bernard moine cedar falls business gary d. moline la parte city music alan moser cedar falls business phyllis mouw sheldon sociology gordon I. mul ler parkersburg mathematics alice moser prairieburg english marcele matt mason city elementary education kathy kutz mugge cedar falls elementary education terry muilenburg millerton social science dianne e. murdock decorah elementary education mike mc aloon sumner business barbara k, mc connell des moines english james g. mc crillis new hampton physical education michael i. mc cullough cedar falls social science william a. mc collaugh clear lake business education stuart c. mc daniel nevada general business james I. mc greevey cedar falls general business marcia mc haven applinton elementary education shirley mc roberts masonyille math iudith lc. neal dexter elementary ed. linda m. nelson britt music richard e. nettz lewis science dennis d. mc namee tripoli ir. high barbara naeve orient vac. home ec. linda neal des moines elementary ed. robert w. nelson essex biology carol nichelson dow city elementary ed. l' l l l i. l ian mc nelly cedar falls english ann nagel davenport library science hazel nelson elma elementary ecl virginia s. nelso gonvick, minn. voc. home ec. ierry d. nicho? cedar ta I ls biology 'ichard nicholson :edar falls ,cience iohn c. nolan II :orning english lynette y. norris st. vincent physical education larry i. o'con nor waterloo social science stephen ohs maquoketa math gary niichel ashton social science suzanne nolting cedar falls music iack l. nims maquolceta english wendell I. nolting Waterloo business administration ray norris cedar falls industrial arts mary lee o'connor fonda elementary ed. julian a. olson iewell industrial arts charles m. o'l:Jrien cedar falls speech sally l. odell council bluffs social science donald l. orr onslow science sandra r, ata kona, hawaii elementary ed. donna palmer masonville vac, home ec. iean m. pardee volga iunior high carl r, patterson Centerville business carl w. pemble iefterson iunior high gene m. oxley cedar falls special education paul c, palmer masonyille business don parker hawkeye physical education michael pauley tripp, s. d. social science brent a. peters swaledale business education ronald r. owen bettendort physical education barbara a. palmersheim new hampton music kathleen parker dike library science Carolyn peak gilman elementary ed. madelyn s. peters grand mound vac. home ec. rosemary peters fort dodge elementary ed. icimes C. petersen cedar falls social science merlyn r. petersen dike social science sandra petersen davenport elementary education gayle peterson cresco elementary education iudy ann peterson rolte junior high gerald phillips council bluffs science kathleen phillips monona special education iack l. pierce hawkeye business 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