University of Omaha - Tomahawk / Gateway Yearbook (Omaha, NE)

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MARCH TOMAHAWK The 1961 TOMAHAWK began at 12:01 a.m. on March 16, 1960 and was not completed until midnight on March 15, 1961. The word for the year was "con- sistency," that is to say-consistency in tardiness. After democratically making all decisions, we did what we wanted to do in the beginning. The layout has been changed-no doubt about it-but for the best we hope. Deadlines came and went, and so did the hard-working i?l staff members. The task of saving the book from complete and certain destruction fell upon the shoulders of faculty advisor Paul V. Peterson, art advisor Jane Andersen, photographer George Raganp and busi- ness manager of student publications Bob Barnes. If you have any complaints regarding inability to find clubs and activities, false identifications or incorrect English, the blame rests solely on us-your TOMA- HAWK staff. Our only excuse is that in the evenings and on weekends while the rest of the student body was on vacation, we bemoaned our fate, and in minutes of revenge, we deliberately made mis- takes and gained some ioy out of this life. Editor-in-chief Joan Mencke Right: Associate Editor Jean Severa Below left: Activity Editor Sharon Johnson Center: Sports Editor Lou Gorr Below Right: Senior Editor Judy Houk Q.. 91' Katy Harris Faculty Editor f Diel Gallup Advertising Manager lllQgQ' V , T' 'U' Frank Tapy Art Editor Bob Cramer and Joyce Peterson College Editors Linda Jelen Womens' Athletics 1' ' Q John Stranglen Greek Editor 21 lhe GATEWAY X b sv, 9' M .af is gk ug if my, What week would be complete without the stacks of The Gateway on Friday? Edited fall semester by Linda Strnad, The Gateway received a plaque from the Omaha Advertising Club. The plaque was presented in honor of the Gate- way's winning the United Community Service College Coverage contest. Once again student opinion was aired on such topics as Panhellenic rules and national elections. Current items such as the sandbagging of the flood-endangered campus also received wide attention. V ,.,,,,,, -.1 ' pb. hut an-fy -eil Editor-in-chief Linda Strnadp Managing Editor Ken Zimmerman: and News Editor Carol Sue Childs. Left: Carol Sue and Sports Editor Angus Campbell tactfully write sports copy. Below left: Russ Grove gets shot. Below center: Even iournalists have birthdaysl Below right: Society Editor Gail Grove and Feature Editor Karen Pope. t wr fb' J' -C553 'inns Dominating the spring's news scene were the meetings of the President's Activities Study Com- mittee-and the Gateway told the story. Through increased use of pictures, depth reporting and editorial comment, the second semester staff, di- rected by Editor-In-Chief Ken Zimmerman, at- tempted to bring into sharp focus these and other issues of campus interest such as the tri-mester plan, traffic problems and even girls PE classes. High enrollment figures challenged the Gateway to give more detailed information on campus activities to the student. The challenge was met, and the student informed. fviitllillnllllnb Above: Editor Ken Zimmerman. Left: Photographer George Ragan. -sli'5t?i:i 'iufuszmar means, Below: New Editor Russ Grove, Society Editor Gail Grove, Editor Ken Zimmerman, Feature Editor Paul Derry, Sports Editor John Ritnerp and Managing Editor Chuck Barry. ' t r Q rrrr 5 ' E Q Q0 5 3.12 , QQ I 4 1 'J ' if, ' own num sq ' DOES m ...U-, H f 3 R Gym' 45, it xx xg? ' A R VI' C 'V ...V S0 .110 ,,.,, y , . A.1,.,.,g,.- f' . .gif Y 1-' , , 3? Q 3 A Q! 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I L is , i,....... 'YY I ,li tri' fp!! i 26 R Q 4? fr L -0-""' K A.,-E71 'nun--.. MM 1,,,...4:M ,BENQ bmw .:na2'1-- v..--N gui' lb' 3 he r ,b, B if e Q Ji 193 gif' g,-1 5 if fi it 9 -, ' , -L?"Y':,! I ' "Tr:-5 Y. - I N 1-Q " - 2 W H . 1 , , v - ... " "H Q--W-... Q. , , My A ,.,.,,.w-wwf W- -- ' T ' Q ..s"l ..,, , ,, ' V W 'Z '11---Z-Z N ,..,. y X , l Z r Wim- n .Wh ,B B., v ig, D ' W W Wf-f we mf,:2,,, ,, Q3 The combined efforts of over 100 people, including cast, crew, orchestra, directors and workers, resulted in the successful presentation of "Bells Are Ringing" by Jule Styne, Betty Comden and Adolph Green on March 24, 25, and 26. The show features the antics of Ella Peterson, played by Sue Ewing, who is a "good Samaritan" for the customers of Susanswerphone and who falls in love with the voice of playboy-playwright Jeff Moss, played by Roger Mahnke. Ella's warm heartedness thoroughly upsets Sue, the owner of the answering service, played by Sally Jo Scott, who thinks Ella gets too personal. Sue falls for a notorious bookie, Sandor, played by Louis lnserra, who uses Susanswerphone as headquarters for a bookie ring. Dave Selner and Don Hannum as Dr. Kitchell and Blake Barton, also turned in out- standing performances in the production. m,,,.mIh-rr CD af if f--""""" -- fi . -iii: 1 i I --Q W g,,,,...f, ',,,,.-svn-1""""" I f -. 2' ,gm ,L-x::?YF:,,,,.,.v-v--"A'f"""' 'Ti W gig rzj F! AQ! 'QQ' ff First row: Robert Julich, Frank Novotny, Charles Colvin, Robert Everett, Robert Witteltind, Lee Perkins, Grant Williams. Sec- ond row: Gerald Russell, Bruce Graves, Robert Hohman, Ronald Traudt, James Baber, Elvis Nelson, Leonard Morrissey, Mic- hael Richardson. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY SABRES Initiated as "tigers," the members of this fraternal organization for junior and senior advanced AF-ROTC cadets sponsor and elect Angels Flight, hold numerous social events, and further the mission, tradition and concept of the United States Air Force. Robert Everett led the Arnold Air Society as Commander. The Sabres drill team performs at football, basketball games and the AF-ROTC Military Ball. Arnold Air Society receive their wings. Bail smiles of Honorary Colonel, Helen Hawley. Sharon, Gwen, and Chuck at the Toys for Tots Dance. ' f fl .VK sg sw U ,Q V Q 4 VW! Q f f"'b ANGELS Angel officers are: Joyce Stolley, Diane Barker, Gwen Sandvall, Marilyn Bowley, Marilyn Brunell, and Carol Sue Childs. Not pictured is Mary Roberts Mader. Wil' ' 'YN Angels Flight is an honorary auxiliary of the Arnold Air So- ciety members, the girls attend weekly meetings and participate in marching performances and Angelaires. At Christmasf they joined with the AAS in giving a "Toys for Tots" dance for the entire student body. Other An- gel activities include office work in the cadet office, tours and brunches at Offutt. At weekly meetings they view instructional films and listen to guest speakers. 5 Z 1 'ir X . I' "' Q' , J in 'W' 'T-w A is I First row: Karen Boylan, Pat Von Voorhis, Karen Pope, Carolyn Richmond, Janet Koch, Sharon Johnson, Sue Ewing, Mrs. Brecht. Second row: Joan Mencke, Ann Pence, Daphne Robbins, Arlene Dergan, Pam Stronberg, Jane Rowland, Jean Hornish, Lee Burrill, Barbara Blair, Wanette Bush, Georgia Clark. Third row: Janet Gibson, Mary Ellen Gundry, Mary Roberts Mader, Midge Butters, Peggy Johnson, Donna Pullen, Betty McMichael, Susie Sipherd, Linda Zoeller, Karen Kleider. RIFLE TEAIVI R 1 1 , 9 Front row: James Hayward, John McDunn. Second row: Richard Heman, Philip Vogl, Richard Parrish. Back row: S!Sgi. Richard Grim, Dean Berk, Roberi Julich, Edward Tibbeifs. DRUIVI AND BUGLE CORPS APRIL spring became apparent with rain cleaning, and i Il ll sales . . . . Brush and Palette members began the year with the election of officers. Picked: Bob Austin, presi- dent, Dave Bahr, vice president, Judy Church, secretary, Marilyn Brunell, treasurer, Jerry Tuhy, publicity, and Jean Parker, social chairman. Highlights included the awarding of the Kent Lyle Birdley scholarship to Dan Boylan, the Joslyn exhibit, planning for the Third Annual Art Auction, and a trip to view the art of Kansas City. BRUSH Q PAL .1-1 E'I"I'E viewed presented sold satisfied f' ,ii K K ' if L rx IQ, VVVV .355 , fiiiffffili ":':-'- ' -, 1 'im gd m',1q:za.,,'-.., .... , I K . 4.1 ,.-.. .gg ' , rfggg ih The annual spring concert is the highlight of the year for Orchesis members. Awards presented at the concert gave recognition to Marilyn Bowley and Carolyn Floer- chinger as outstanding members. The program concluded with the traditional Lord's Prayer. Orchesis also sponsors l x if ORCI-IESIS one day dance clinics for iunior and senior high school stu- dents that are interested in modern dance. The officers of the group are Kathie Carsey, Linda Jelen, and Ginny Ander- sonp Linda Edelen is sponsor. M 4' fu --up is vw' J. Ain First row: Georgia Clark, Karen Clark, Jo Ann Will, Linda Strnad. Middle row: Miss Nyholm, Darlene Utterback, Dianne Glenn, Susan Hursh, Charlotte Walvoord. Back row: Carolyn Kundel, Dace Zeltins, Carolyn Karre, Linda Marley. The YWCA is an organization which stresses social, spiritual, and intellectual ideals in everyday living. Since it was organized on OU's campus in 1958, the group has been active in many service proiects. At Christmas the group presented the Creche Children's Home with a Mitten Tree. They also hold holiday worship services as well as frequent social functions. WRA encourages interest and participation in women's intramurals and athletics. The group also sponsors Sports and High School Play Days in which girls par- ticipate in all forms of sports. WRA's service project is collecting food and clothing for needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas. First row: Miss Mara Jean Davis, Carole Lind, Georgia Clark, Jean Severa, Mona McGrath. Back row: Maxine Kuehl, Charlotte Bennett, Donnadel Drake, Barb Jessen, Karen Skaaning, Marilyn Eichhorn. 5 i . . 5 1 l -g Ei it fs INTRAIVI The Intramural sports program on 0U's campus cre- ates much interest among students. Any organization is eli ible to participate in the program. There are a wide variety of activities. For the men there is touch football, volleyball, basketball, softball, URALS and track. Women's sports include the same except for touch football. In addition to the team sports there are individual sports such as badminton, table tennis, archery, tennis, and golf. Trophies are awarded to the teams placing in the individual and team sports. 5 rl. ' I I Q ml l Q U if , lip! 1 Eff 1' 1 Q lzfsix fr ah., -K. .,,'s,-1 fi nn.: ,M , -q ,4i""r M Q ? V . f ,,,,' w,,,.1. ,--.1 , -' ij-yi: ' 1 , U, wvx , 4 x " 1 X I4 Wx l TX yun- I YE s 'li v 1, K-an 15 Long after audiences have forgotten the enioy- ment of the season's plays and musicals, members of University Players remember the hours of rehearsals, difficulties with makeup, and encouraging words that went into each production. University Players include not only actors and actresses, but also those who wait in the wings contributing of their hidden talents. Audience applause is but a small part of the reward gained from participation in University Theatre productions. 4. IS .. UNIVERSITY PLAYERS ,, .W I 7.4 i .f Front row: Kenneth I. Petersen, Tom Hicks, Arthur Albright, Mr. Jerry Rojo, Bob Johnson, Carol Robinson, Bob Simpson. Back row: Judy Boner, Neola Fontane, Ann Davis, Bob Crossley, Bob Cramer, Charles Wortz, Francis G. Mclean. HONORS CONVOCATION Susan Worman-Philip Sher Essay Winner Highlighting the Honors Convocation, April 22, was the announcement of Susan Worman as winner of the S250 Philip Sher Essay Award. Sue's topic was "Racial and Religious Mutual Respect" on campus. The convocation honored 182 outstanding students of the past two semesters and the sum- mer session. Students with a 3.5 grade average for one or more semesters were named to the Dean's List. D Also reco nized were the members of Al- pha Lambda Delta and Corinthians. Alpha Lambda Delta, national f r e s h m e n women's honorary, works to promote high scholarship among women. Membership is restricted to stu- dents obtaining a 3.5 grade average. The mem- bers sponsor a tea for prospective members, and usher for University functions. The Corinthian Society was founded by Ralph M. Wardle in 1948. Named for the Corinthian columns at the entrance of the University, membership is restricted to iuniors and seniors with a 3.5 accumulative grade average. 4'-if if " ' 'milf 1' " -53 T- X Q i. T7 mai, Gr-4 7?- 0? xii' i mwvvweuwaff' . Front row: Alice Kurz, Nancy Lindell, Beth Nelson, Mary Poulson, Suzie Sipherd. Second row: Sally Poppino, Anita Lee, Judy Rinchen, Sue Archer, S a Linda Strnad. Joyce Peterson. Back row: Ginny Anderson, Mary Schoep, Jean ever , ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA CORINTHIANS '-is sr 9 qgr F t w: Jean Humburg, Lowell Baumer, Ginny Anderson, Kathy Sutton. Second row: Janine Zinn, Linda Strnad, Dru Inman, Walter Nodean ron ro Back row: Professor Tom Bonner, Mary Schoep, Judy Lane, Jim Gepson, Carol Sue Child. 44 V fngglzr n f ffffzv' 515' iff, flag ul' Ll NE 414' 1-1-H 'ff-"-E gffn Q 1 -11 11 nl' IVIAIE-DAY "Rain, rain go away" might well have been the thought of hundreds of students Ma-ie Day. For nearly two months, float chairman from organized campus groups slaved with their commit- tees on float building and float hop- ing, only to see the brightly colored vehicles fade and pieces of crepe paper blow away to leave many unrecogniz- able floats in many instances. The drizzle and wind forced the traditional pancake breakfast into the Fieldhouse, but the parade continued- minus four floats. Student Council President lee Per- kins introduced the Ma-ie Day Princess and her attendants. Retiring Dean of Students Jay B. MacGregor presented Princess Attira XXVI, Sonia Ruckl of Chi Omega sorority, with a bouquet of red roses and a kiss. Sonia's attendants from the all-school election for Ma-ie Day Princess were: Lois Chase of Alpha Xi Delta, Janice Snowdall of Sigma Kappa and .Carolyn Carver of Zeta Tau Alpha. The parade wound its way through downtown Omaha where the floats were iudged on the basis of theme, workman- ship and conduct. The theme for the parade was "A Young Man's Fancy." Alpha Xi Delta took first place in the float division with its entry "Strikes His Fancy." Chi Omega came in second with "Girl of His Dreams" and Zeta Tau Alpha, third with "Easy l.ivin'." First place in the car division went to lou Gorr for his miniature model. Ma ie Day Princess - Sonia Ruckl If 1 above dress um form near rlghf future florlsfs of America far nghf ihe early blrds get ihe pancakes cenier . . . clidn'f if rain? below . . . assembly line iff it u , is ,A E Es Q r ur fs S 5 Saw L '1 N I 1 S- QA-'l EN ., 1 k A SX .wr gl, ,...f,,.- NC' al ., ' a Y g ,AH-:f1:5g?:?.a A i X ' , R ' .x . ' ,, Q3 . 'f NX , I9 fffZm.' ,j,:., , . 2 .y ea A i-X W 35571 33 ' Air ..,,.. f.., , llal f s diff X L? f' L .,' ' H Q ' ' ,. "2 'fa 4 ,'--f ' ,. .' ,agfgiaf w fs I s l 9 .11. fv ty' ',. if Q I gl- , " l eal ell a a s l I s My ..!:i,g, L .f A i . VV V , '-K, ,.,, . ,L a T,.,.e.,.u. , X e , vll, - K .Q I V K ' -- ,,....i,,Q, 'W-"'f"" .-- I s ll ' l .N-H 48 in Wa O I . . . ON THE LIGHTER SIDE fn J 5, . , ? 'J' 'E EQEE 2 ' . M A al E fy-fi K v, if fl my W ,QQ ILS: ' .i -'T above . . . Bunny Wybenga and Alpha Xi place first with "Slrikes His Fancy" right . . . some lawn mower! ALL SCHOOL SING AND TAPPING is if film' , ,,,?,:S f 1 First place - Men's division - Pi Kappa Alpha First place - Women's division -- Alpha Xi Delta ff Pleased as punch. Alpha Xi Delta sorority and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity captured trophies at the All-School Sing climaxing spring activities. Contest song for the men was "Four and Twenty Elders" and for the women, "Nobody is Coming to Marry Me." Tapping for Waokiya and Omicron Delta Kappa followed the sing. Waokiya, senior women's honorary, tapped: Judy Lane, Karen Jensen, Lonnie Hansen, Marilyn Brunell, Patricia Brady, Marilyn Bowley, Joyce Casey Sallquist, Carol Sue Child, Connie Claus- sen, Pam Fine, Diel Ann Gallup, Peggy Johnson, Carol Robinson and Joyce Stolley. -' Those tapped for OKD are as follows: Lowell Baumer, Don Dichsen, Roger Dilley, Dick Donel- son, Lyle Franzen, Rod Hansen, Bill Moulton, Lee Perkins and John Vogt. L NL x., ss A Zeta Tau Alpha 5l9m'-7 PM EP5ll0n lambda Chl AlPlW if 1 X. -0' ,. W Vik?" XT , k . y C ,,. 2 4-4-"' 'J' mls ' ,Q t ' -1- 4 to 'C' Front row: John Vogt, Vice President Lowell Baumer, President Lyle William Moulton, Robert Wittekind. Not pictured: Treasurer Lee Per- Franzen, Robert Everett. Second row: Rod Hansen, Richard Donelson, kins, Roger Dilley, Don Dichsen. WAOKIYA OIVIICRON DELTA KAPPA Front row- Mary Schoep Pam Fine, Diel Gallup, Carol Sue Child. Robinson, Dean Elizabeth Hill, Vice President Karen Jensen. Not d h Fl' Second row: Joyce Stolley, President Judy Lane, Secretary Lonnie pictured: Pat Brady Moulton, Joyce Casey Sallquist, Ju it mt, Hansen, Historian Marilyn Brunell. Third row: Peggy Johnson, Carol Marilyn Bowley, Connie Claussen. TRACK The track team, after a disappionting drought of Iettermen, could muster only one win out of five tournies. The rugged schedule saw the war- riors on the warpath against Dana College, how- ever, the thinclads fell victim to South Dakota University, Wayne State Teacher's College, Wash- burn University, and the University of Wichita. The fleetfooted Indians pinned down a well- earned fourth in the tough South Dakota Invi- tational Meet and also won the Simpson Triangular Meet during the Indoor season. , s .1,,.s.,, I ,, . , . Q' ' ' . I We e-e'f 51 5... we M X-N Standing, left to right: Bob Trclylor fmonagerl, Al Ellerbrock, Roxie Robison, Leo McCarthy, Dennis Fountain, Dale Garmon, Coach Ernie Gorr. Kneel- ing, left to right: Warren Henzie, Dennis Dunning, John Krogh, Bruce Hunter, Jerry Schneider, Paul Elliott. THE 1960 TRACK SUMMARIES OMAHA 53 S. Dakota Uni. 77 OMAHA 70 Dana College 57 OMAHA 64 Wayne St. Tchr. 67 OMAHA 38 Washburn Uni. 93 OMAHA 48 findoorl Uni. of Wichita 56 First place in Simpson Triangular 1 7 'm--1 A X I x GOLF Coach Bob Anthes' veteran divotmen sank the third position in the CIC this year although they entered the year as defending champs. The season, though somewhat disappointing, was tight, with the only losses being to the ace University of Nebraska foursome and the team from Washburn. Led by Bob .IuIich's 297 strokes, the swingers finished seventh in the NAIA National Golf tour- nament at Bemidii, Minnesota. Julich went on to capture tenth place on strokes. I I X l xx fm x 3. islet, Standing, left to right: Bob Julich, Robin Hill, Coach Bob Anthes, Ron Sprandel. Kneeling, left to right: Merle Boite, John Socha. OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA 7'A I1 6 'l3 8M I0 8 'MW 7 9'h Washburn University Kansas State University University of Nebraska Emporia State College Grinnell College Doane College Midland College Drake University Creighton University Nebraska Wesleyan 7M 4 9 2 6M 2 4 V2 5 2M OMAHA 7 Creighton University OMAHA 5 Washburn University OMAHA 1 Kansas State University OMAHA 3 University of Nebraska OMAHA I Iowa State University OMAHA 7 Drake University OMAHA 2 University of Nebraska OMAHA 4 Doane College OMAHA 5 Midland College OMAHA 7 Creighton University OMAHA 7 Doane College TENNIS Ugg"- Jiwfs o 0 9 . If Y I 'rm I , Wi, . vtyv A S ' - xf,'s 2 xkff ,fe fc. I ggi eetttt I 'I 'A r .t.,t rrk'ss ritt 1 I N . A 'Ju ..- ' i s ff . Standing, left to right: Russ Schlotzhauer, Dennis Anderson, lee Perkins, Dick Donelson, Dwight Mason, and Coach Means. Some people say that tennis is merely bounc- ing a little wool ball back and forth over a net. If this is true then these boys know how to bounce that little ball. By the appearance of our tennis team, bouncing is not the only part of the game. Headed by Coach Clarence "Sonny" Means, the OU net-men pounded their way to first-place doubles and singles crowns to earn a coveted second-place in the CIC. Russ Schlotzhauer, singles champ, doubled up with team-mate Donelson to grab the doubles laurels. At Kansas City, Missouri, where the NAIA championships were held, Donelson climbed to the third round of singles play while Schlotzhauer was forced out of play in the second round. Anderson and Schlotzhauer rest between sets. BASEBALL I3 'Ve I .L W X ml, X , L.-.J I pn J ,hffw X 43' , " ' ' we X f ,F-A 1 , ' - V If' '5',1.Q,. .V A A , f p. X . ,, ' si mf? Q My 332. f 57.1 ,. WTLV K ms? , 1 'A -W, 1 ,:-., th gf ha ' , x - ,Q-.A V Lf.. , any . "'- 5 H- 'W -E, . X " F mi' if"11MU'- ,E 'Iii :3n2?'4kV'Y' by-k1.,3Yl .5Ek,v vL, ' 'rg g - sf., f M6?,V L. .A A wg N :P 'GW' -i 'Q-, fziff--V Q ' J" K., L'V,. - .. - ,J ---,L . mii-:!'2'f' A M ' ,14.,,,, ' , - f,,1,,f " if u ff Www 3 s 'L H F fg , , 3 f' w z::q,L...A ' X I A' ' 1 'l"" Y' u -,.wr.x5 . L 's.., ,.., .--F' ' Says Who? 'llruunv-uv- ,N it E Determined Indian scoots inio base safely. OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA From left to right, top row: Assistant Coach Don Claussen, Dick Moore, Joe Neu- berger, Larry Turner, Buzz Coznick, Ken Smith, Arlo Grafton, larry Swanson, Mor- gan Marsh, Coach Virgil Yelkin. Second row: Bob Seibler, George Casper, Al Gil- more, Ray Fehrman, Mike Coughlin, larry Kozeny, Gary Wentworth, Bob McCor- mick, Barry Miller. Front row: Bill Swanda, Henry Glica, Bob Skank, Dave Aden, John Ritner, Bill Watcher, Tom Kutilek, Jack Vacaro. South Dakota State South Dakota State St. Cloud, Minn. Tchrs St. Cloud, Minn. Tchrs. Hastings College Hastings College Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Creighton University OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA OMAHA St. Benedict's 5 St. Benedict's 6 Rockhurst College 0 Rockhurst College 9 Drake University 5 Emporia State 4 Emporia State 2 Washburn University 13 Washburn University 'I il F B 5 B 58 The batmen of Omaha University were un- disputedly the heroes of the athletic season this year. Coach Virg Yelkin, in his thirteenth year as Baseball tutor led his boys to the NAIA Cham- pionships for the second straight year. The all-season tally for the Indian baseballers was 15 wins and only three losses. The squad was dominated by rookies with a few veterans such as Lettermen Jack Vaccaro and Larry Kozeny. They successfully defended titles in the CIC and the Kansas-Missouri League in posting their superior marks. 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Uudy Houk, Shei- Ich Dunklau, Pat Moultonj I have enough flowers now to star! a greenhouse . . . fBobbie Gcrvinj You're darn right I know how it works . . . lBarb Swansonl lllr f'a .'Y' Seq' I E W. i 'mf' , Q1 2' g 'R K- I lii iifltfi ,F 11,133 lf. ,f c f f t hi or e 4 ' in 9' . V T' X. D J on L HAROLD ADAMS Bachelor of General Education KAREN RIGBY ANDERSON B.S. in Elementary Education Capt. LOUIS G. ADAMS Bachelor of General Education ROBERT A. ANDERSON B.S. in Business Administration RICHARD S. AIKEN Bachelor of General Education ELIZABETH ARNOLD B.S. in Elementary Education Anmun R. ALBRIGHT B.A. in English Capt. NESTOR ASENCIO Bachelor of General Education Mai. M. C. ALLBRIGHT Bachelor of General Education cupi. nov w. sum Bachelor of General Education WILLIAM ALLBRIGHT B.A. in Physics WILLARD K. BAKER Bachelor of General Education E. M. AMOS Bachelor of General Education VERNON E. BALL Bachelor of General Education V '-., V, 93 .- . i L I iw s . f 3 vm? :Feist ,VV A.V- .I ",' 2 :LSU "', V ":: 3 VERNON E. BALL Bachelor of General Education LACY C. BARNETT Bachelor of General Education EDWARD C. BATES Bachelor of General Education DONALD G. BAUERLE B.A. in Physics LOWELL J. BAUMER B.A. in English 8. Sociology B.S. in Journalism HANS V. BECKER Bachelor of General Education JOE BENDS B.A. in History ,K ,pf fC"'T'j 3 we-909' . ,7- .wx .fr IA? I it Q f sow V ...L I if , 12, K 4 r A if sv- 9 tml? ,4- 'E Q, 12 QS- 1 fl I .12- Lf? -E -' 5 Q Q 1 -1-1" L I lg. W se.. M? Capt. JAMES L. BENTLEY Bachelor of General Education ERIK BERG Bachelor of General Education Capt. RONALD BIGONESS Bachelor of General Education LEON BLACK B.S. in Industrial Engineering RICHARD BLAZEK Bachelor of General Education RICHARD BOCK B.A. in Speech DELIA M. BONNER B.A. in Sociology FQHSWWW iii: , - rx. ,E ,,:--f :,1 I, L 4. H jf.. ,, , fuk' ,url Q 9 le, as +0 ,,.,... ,. A lif if Q- JAMES C. BORDEN Bachelor of General Education Lt. Col. V. E. BROWNELL Bachelor of General Education MARILYN BOWLEY B.S. in Elementary Education MARILYN BRUNELL B.F.A. in Art WAYNE BREWSTER B.S. in Engineering 8: Business Administration Mai. ROY W. BUCLEY Bachelor of General Education Lt. Col. CHARLES BRIGHT Bachelor of General Education DONALD BUFFON B.S. in Accounting JOHN P. BROWN Bachelor of General Education PATRICIA BUFFON B.S. in Elementary Education Mai. JOHN BROWNE B.S. in Military Science KENNETH J. BUNNELL B.A. in History ROBERT G. BROWN B.S. in Engineering 6 Business Administration ELVIN A. BURGESS B.S. in Military Science -x "ST -.f 9-J' fs. W R J WANNETTE E. BUSH JOSEPH CANIGLIA Capt. THOMAS KATHERINE CARSEY WILLIAM CARTER DANA CASHION B.A. in Art B.S. in Business CARPENTER B.S. in Secondary Bachelor of General B.S. in Military Science Administration Bachelor of General Education Education Education N' GERALD CATE MADALINE CHAPPELL Mai. W.F. CHARLES J. D. CHATMAN CAROL SUE CHILD BYRON CHRISTENSON B.A. in Speech B.A. in Speech Bachelor of General B.A. in Speech B.S. in Journalism B.A. in History Education XE Q ' ' -4. ..f S' ,,,. yil, . H 9 . 1, X' Y I E 45 ' ie is KAREN CLARK CONNIE CLAUSSEN MICHAEL COCHRAN Mai. HAROLD CHARLES COLVIN EUGENE CONLAN B.S. in Secondary B.S. in Secondary B.S. in Business COFFMAN B.F.A. in Music Bachelor of General Education Education Administration Bachelor of General Education Education ' in W , 'f 'g ii I I ,,,. ,. ggi., ' f ' fi Mai. CHARLES COOKE NAOMI CORYELL LEE F. COURTRIGHT B. K. COVERT, JR. EDMUND CRAMER ALBERT CRIM Bachelor of General B.A. in History B.S. in Business B.S. in Military Science Bachelor of General Bachelor of General Education Administration Education Education 'Q-I Mui. MERLIN DAKE CHARLES DAVEY B.S. in lndustrial B.S. in Secondary Engineering Education C LARRY DESO ROBERT DEVAN B.S. in Engineering 81 B-5- in Business Business Administration Admil'liSfI'UTl0n ,unc LARRY. A. DUFF B.A. in Biology SHEILAH DUNKLAU B.S. in Elementary Education I Mums ly , Y ' ig A' rc if A . ll . IW rrrrsi A, Q WALLACE H. LYMAN DELAMETER ARLENE DERCAN PAUL DERRY DAWSON III Bachelor of General B.A. in Sociology B.S. in Journalism Bachelor of General Education Education f me L FLORA DITCHFIELD B.S. in Nursing 'Z' ,040 STANLEY DUYSON B.S. in Business Administration 3 E .4 is if if .1 :fu f PATRICIA DIVIS B.S. in Journalism 77" ,Rai ' 4 THOMAS EASTLACK B.S. in Secondary Education -.5 umm' JOHN D. ERICKSON JOHN J. ESTRADA B.S. in Secondary Bqchelor of General Bachelor of General Bachelor of General Education Education Education Education JOHN EMERY RAYMOND EPLING ,-3 JOHN J. DROBOT Bachelor of General Education du' T an Z.. R JUDITH EATON B.A. in History 81 French fi' 1 ,6' ' ROBERT P. EVERETT B.S. in Journalism ROGER DOOLEY B.A. in Psychology JI' . 1 8. .-,. ,E ,efi fi g , '1 - Capt. WARREN ELLIS Bachelor of General Education 'Nt niq- .R L WANDA EWALT B.A. in English I' """"v'sN f-my ' " T LEONARD K. EWERS B.A, in Geography DONALD H. FOSS B.S. in Military Science SUSAN FARGHER B.S. in Secondary Education DONALD FOSTER Bachelor of General Education PAMELLA FINE B.A. in English Lt. Col. B. J. FRANKOVIC B.S. in Military Science JACKIE B. FISHER Bachelor of General Education LYLE E. FRANZEN B.A. in History WILLIAM H. FITTS Bachelor of General Education DALE FREDEEN Bachelor of General Education Mai. JOSEPH EIX III Bachelor of General Education WANDA FUHRMAN B.A. in Political Science JOAN FOREMAN B.S. in Nursing Mai. JAMES FULLER Bachelor of General Education LYMAN FULLNER B.A. in Psychology DJEL ANN GALLUP B.A. in History N. ROBERTA GARVIN B.S. in Secondary Education D. P. GIAMBRUNO Bachelor of General Education ROBERT GUTNER Bachelor of General Education JAMES GEPSON B.S. in Secondary Education PHIL GIBILISCO B.A. in Economics it yjfy H I. . " l'i 5 I My Axlwkf- N time 'g'j3UlI'f"T M 1 '57 .2515 ffiff 'N . I . ' VJ Qs Je E ' 1 33 twig? 1 ,H at G ? fa. 'vg 'sf , . lbggff . A . -A. 'LL I , , -' Lf' ,fr H:..v u,t :a , A -1 -' ' V fi M. K, -6, if 77. l l , tai ROBERT GILES B.A. in History ROBERT GETSCHER B.A. in Art KENNETH GREEN B.A. in Radio Gi TV Mui. MELVIN GREEN Bachelplg of General Education RUSSELL GROVE Education ALICE HADSELI. Y 'R ...arf .4 JAMES HANEY Bachelor of General Education JOAN HAZELWOOD B.S. in Elementary Education RODNEY L. HANSEN B.A. in Speech RAYMOND HEBERLING Bachelor of General Education RICHARD HANSON B.S. in Secondary Education BILL A. HECKMAN B.S. in Military Science DALTON HARRINGTON B.A. in Biology CAROLYN HEFFINGER B.S. in Elementary Education ROBERT E. HARRINGTON Bachelor of General Education E E f- is 91. Q Vk,r f gy 1:,,,, ' A f -4' ' if - r-rr lniliifiiif .vi Sy' 6 sr., B.S. in Journalism L ' WALLACE HELM Bachelor of General riiii ' Educallon .A it K Q eva. -' ...w,wAH,c :Reima Q 5' CLIFFORD HAYES y N B.S. in Business - Administration ROY GUDMUNDSON Bachelor of General , Q 4 ALAN HENDERSON 1.5, if B.S. in Engineering B- '23 Business Administration yyyg ,, ' JOHN E. HAYES . Bachelor of General U ,I H ,A Education A ' ii- b 'E-A E A ff- - A B.A. In Psychology A ,A BARBARA HENRY cccr 'E B.S. in Elementary Education '-Q , ri' ff- ' . .. ff A.: ' ' f:L::eL.::,.'.-:'i'a. 2nIi?WF2 E sfZ::f'JvZ.'- ff I, si' 4. 1. i,Q.e., f rcio B WW5l0vW'25'W39'i4, . Q ... W 2 f , 1 S . f, ' 'lic if we ' . , ey f. . ' '99 .: . !f'E 3.,,,-wg , J- Q.. ,. is Q I 'iff' rv QQHQF 5. i 5 x I if v Hui V Nd" is l ,Q . ,J A . I Capt. JAMES 0.HENRY PEGGY HERMAN Capt. JAMES HESTER JOE C. HESTER JACK HEXSON CONNIE HINER Bachelor of General B.S. in Home Economics Bachelor of General Bachelor of General Bachelor of General B.S. in Secondary Education Education Education Education Education D ww -,JP fi fi! B ' ' DALE E. HITTNER B.S. in Engineering 8- 'NM ..r c acct . MARY C. HOFSCHIRE B.S. in Elementary Business Administration EdUCC1li0f1 Education JOE l. HOLBROOK KEITH HOLMAN Bachelor of General B.S. in Business Education Administration GARLAND HOLT Bachelor of General Education GUENTHER HORN Bachelor of General Education 4 , -x ' ' -at ss ,gr ' 1. ,Q 'Ns- K ' 'TPPE it J 'V 'fff A- -4 'fi I PAUL HOWLEY JR. Capt. D. B. HUBBARD Capt. IRVING HUDLIN JOHN HUGHES BOOKER T. HULING THOMAS HULTQUIST Bachelor of General Bachelor of General Bachelor of General Bachelor of General Bachelor of General B.S. in Secondary Education Education Education Education Education A E f -s n r i I ' 'V , 352:55 .Q ,:,.,. M' , erriiii " , it i 'v -i.1.--' ':j1"'b:jin gry If ' s f -- ffrif si -,- ' .fn 1 ff:- 'Egg ,,, A f w:.e:s?f:: A Ilt A V ,Ag .- M B " 'fm z' ii fgfeiff A 1. if is N """ -., ... ...nz JEAN HUMBURG RICHARD HUNTER JAMES C. INCE LOUIS INSERRA THOMAS IVEY DAN E, JACKMAN B.A. in French B.S. in Elementary Bachelor of General B.A. in Speech Bachelor of General 5.5. in Engineering 3, Education Education Education Business Adminisnnnon ,.....-:fa as Wie L ""f" HENRY JACKSON Bachelor of General Education Maior JOHN JENNINGS Bachelor of General Education may . ,,.W,,, i:,1,,,v:. . l f 7 nf-Y ' l .an 6' i C f 'ir nf -J i ow' I I, I te" . ., , VIRGINIA JOHNSON ROBERT E. JORDAN B.S. in Elementary Bachelor of General I Education. Education 'Eff A im ' 555 'W , .. Q Q' i 'M' , 4 1, A ,,.1 RICHARD KANE B.S. in Engineering and Business Ad- ministration JOHN KLINGELHOEFER Bachelor of General Education WILLIAM KAUTTER B.A. in Speech JANET KOCH B.A. in Speech F-.,5..Q,5: i Kygc iv xi t'ir , , 1 f I KAREN JENSEN B.S. in Journalism PHILLIP JORENBY Bachelor of General Education I eert . Fritz. ag' ..VV ivy A JAMES KAYSER B.A. in Chemistry 1 'rf A V' ' -w.. fa-'WV' ,f,aAv"" CAROLYN JOHNSON JACK H. JOHNSON PEGGY JOHNSON B.S. in Journalism gf: A 1 X 'J 5 . "f---rf ROBERT JULICH B.S. in Engineering and Business Ad- ministration A A y , Q XAVIER KEEI.E B.A. in Sociology I I ft new "' ogg "' fy LEONARD KOEHI. STEWART KORAI. Bachelor of General Bachelor of General Education Education Bachelor of General Education B.S. in Elementary Education A. C. KADLEC Bachelor of General Education I rams . .- 'iii -sp I Ji? MARION KENNON B.S. in Elementary Education Meow' SANDRA KRAJICEK B.S. in Business Administration .f , 5 dh WW' ,:,. K. -fr X, I, L s Q- -142,4 in .I ,Sv F5 A ' , ccticr I y TOM KAESTNER B.S. in Engineering and Business Ad- ministration LEONARD KIMMICK Bachelor of General Education 5 f . ,lf ey, ,,, X, .,.,. JOHN KUCER Bachelor of General Education MAXINE KUEHL B.S. in Elementary Education SAMUEL B. LEVY Bachelor of General Education CHARLES LAFLAMME Bachelor of General Education TED LEWANDOWSKI B.S. in Military Science JUDITH LANE B.S. in Home Economics CHRISTEL LIEFLAND B.S. in Elementary Education JOSEPH F. LANGE Bachelor of General Education JAMES LINDEEN B.A. in History lt. Col. JOHN LOVEY B.S. in Military Science ROBERT M. LINDEN Bachelor of General Education lt. COI. JAMES LEACH Bachelor of General Education SUZANNE LINDMIER B.S. in Secondary Education cept. KENNETH LENGFIELD Bachelor of General Education J. P. MABRY Bachelor of General Education , ' 1173! i' , A L 'L I 3 1 Wa . in 'Y 3 , , I , X Qi e....al.,xQ.a - ,, LL! 11. , , uf 1 X, m -- ts, -.1 RICHARD MAlM B.S. in Industrial Engineering DONNA WHITE MAl.MOS B.S. in Elementary Education THERSA MANGAN B.S. in Elementary Education Lt. Col BEN MARTIN B.S. in Military Science BEVERLY MARVIN B.S. in Home Economics EDWARD MAYER Bachelor of General Education JOE T. MCCARTNEY B.S. in Journalism :fl I I 5 A Q 'VW' is , 'E Q, WILLIAM MQDANIEI F A B.S. in Business sg '0 . . . . +--- V Admlnlstration 1 ,vs ' Lt. Col. Cl-IAS. McFADDEN Bachelor of General Education g ozone: McFADDEN ' Bachelor of General Education . ,.,3. , ,. I - KATHERINE I ' McLENNAN -M B.S. in Home 'Q ' Economics ,, illl 11. Ki GERALDINE " j -,- NICMILIIAN "M" J, B.S. in Secondary t gf: Education I 'E CHARLES McNElLlY -.M ffl' Bachelor of General Education CHESTER R. MEAD . ., Bachelor of General Education ,ta- ,25- LAVERNE J. MENDEL B.A. in General Science THERON MERRITT Bachelor of General Education MARIAN MEYERS B.S. in Secondary Education JAMES MICHAEL B.S. in Secondary Education MERLE MIELKE B.S. in Engineering and Business Adminis- tration HARRY MIKKLESON B.S. in Business Administration DAVID MILLER B.S. in Business Administration DONALD MODLIN B.S. in Engineering and Business Admin- istration EDGAR MOODY Bachelor of General Education JOHN P. MOORE Bachelor of General Education YOUNG MOORE, Ill Bachelor of General Education JOHN MORRISON Bachelor of General Education BERNARD MORROW Bachelor of General Education HAROLD MOSEN Bachelor of General Education I .- , ,x,,,-M. 4 . m,....sf-,A gb 5 I- 3-if : -we ,394 if? 1,3553 ' I ,- fs Q 5 I f X J,, ,ft--:if ' 1 - . avg? , 1 ,,,,s.i.4 .Q , .sepia .,- s ,. 5 , 4 -gint. 1 amvmn.'LtN.',,u Jr M ...m...f-f,.,- , ,mf,..1...c...,-, 1. ,w3g4a+v.s.-I. ff... . - - A - 4 vw-"gr, 2 I ,W-'..x: K ' 'ef-' fe 'fivlet .. ', A I -r'-1'- I I Itrtrttsssir I I It 1 5-sis' G-'ft , . 'iff il 25 3 f "' W I... PATRICIA BRADY WILLIAM MOULTON CHRISTINE NELSEN ARVID NELSON JACK NELSON ROBERT V. E. MOULTON B.S. in Secondary B.A. in Mathematics B.A. in History B.A. in Psychology NELSON B.S. in Elementary Education Education B.A. in History nv sl-V E sk sm" .se wr .--eff -W f sq GORDEN NEWTON WILLIAM NICHOLSON SUNNY NIMROD JAMES NORLEM THOMAS NORRIS HERSHEL NUZUM Bachelor of General B.S. in Business B.S. in Home B.S. in Elementary B.S. in Business B.S. in Secondary Education Administration Economics Education Administration Education -f 'll' f f . 9 2 2,5 w DENNIS O'BRIEN ELDON OLDNETTLE MITCHELL PACE DAVID PARKS IKE PANE ROBERT PANEK B.A. in History Bachelor of General Bachelor of General 5.5. in Engineering B.S. in Secondary B.S. in Business Education Education at Business Ad. Education Administration ministration , ks'k .5 fp-vw y e tttc, mi Ae -I Q . ,f-- w...,s.,.iil A I W3 .H ,lk :J 5 YEL, 5 . I-Ti. ED PANOWICZ GEORGE PARKERSON CHARLES PEEK J. C. PELL, JR. ROBERT PERRY DONALD PETERS B.S. in Business B.A. in Economics B.A. in Mathematics Bachelor of General B.S. in Business B.S. in Business Administration Education Administration Administration , 9' -- A 1- 4 aw-H, were t ff, rf- it v .. .is , 32 ,e 5 f ' -Q, M' 'gs' ,iii . 1 V I .,,1f?S? , W Q- 'ik' 1,, DONALD K. PETERSEN B.S. in Seconda ry Education KENNETH PETERSON B.S. in Engineering L Business Ad- ministration N JOHN PREVOST DONNA PULLEN 1 Bachelor of General B.S. in Elementary , Education Education , N 5, at s rf r - , , f WS? - J 115 L 2 -"Wm a w i e,- ROY E. REED, JR. B.S. in Military Science ,gf ,. Iggy H rf' . CHARLES REISS Bachelor of General Education . 'F' , H ,R - "fr, 3, ROBERT PLAGMAN BERTRAM PRYOR JAMES PRECHTT B.S. in Business B.S. in Military Bachelor of General Administration Science Education l' . I '1 ' , W.. 1 -., ' ft pf' ' vw ,ii Q-1 -.ef A. T. PUMPHREY Bachelor of General Education N I SVI I 'coax' CHARLES REMICK Bachelor of General Education EVA RIMINGTON HENRY ROBINETT JOSEPH ROMANO B.S. in Secondary Bachelor of General Bachelor of General Education Education Education ALVIN QUINT Bachelor of General Education we xt. W, I ' 'EU- nr RENE RAMOS Bachelor of General Education wi .- I 'F s- af. . on f, ELEANOR RESNICK CAROLYN RICHMOND B.A. in Mathematics i y . B.S. in Journalism A 1 A KJ? ...--0' in . pf' a H,.,,w ' WILLARD PRESTON B.S. in Business Administration as - t'f.fElf55? 12 ati" fn fr X 5 ' qw RICHARD RAWLINGS Bachelor of General Education xfk I. A t2--t WILLIAM RIFE B.S. in Secondary Education ,. ii . I if ,, SW ff ,.I" x ww SIDNEY ROSENBLATT RICHARD ROUSE JANE ROWLAND in Business Bachelor of General B.A. in Psychology Administration Education he .. sql M '5 EJ! 31 m --f , , Q ilzfax m'-' I h 1 In VL ,tif y wit. UR,,,x igaigtgsijtgl' i .V if E a. lf., li I, qi Q is . ,""XTf 'Q vi, xl. iii' Adil:-.' 'l', "Q.' ' s '-0 ila K. f :hir V9 JOHN E. ROWLAND Bachelor of General Education NORMAN SCHROEDER Bachelor of General Education GERALD K. RUSSELL B.A. in Psycology CARL SCHWARZENBACH B.S. in Business Administration JOHN SADLER Bachelor of General Education NORBERT SCHWIEKERT Bachelor of General Education GWEN SANDVALL B.S. in Elementary Education GLADYS SEACHORD B.F.A. in Music MARILYN OLSEN SCHEFFLER B.S. in Elementary Education DAVID M. SELNER B.A. in Speech MARY SCHOEP B.S. in Elementary Education RICHARD SHEEHAN B.S. in Journalism NEIL SCHROEDER Bachelor of General Education DON SHUFFSTALL Bachelor of General Education if . - : iiz E . ,ff , , me .em if-mg sv , ., ,,,: .. 13,1 mt.: Q... BARBARA F. SIMON B.F.A. in Art JAMES C. SMITH Bachelor of General Education ALBERT SMITHSON Bachelor of General Education JAMES SNIDER B.S. in Engineering 8. Business Administration GERALD SOUKUP B.A. in English RONALD SPRANDEL B.S. in Engineering 8- Business Administration HARVEY SPRINGER B.S. in Elementary Education 7? V rd '17 on 7 1 1 lf Y L11 1 an 3 if? . mt' , 'ws " ar is sp: ...,, of .,, ,.. ff, Hlrgl R 6 L:L ,,. ,,, swf I JAMES STARKEY Bachelor of General Education WALTER STEINKE, JR. B.A. in Mathematics B.F.A. in Music ROBERT STEPHAN Bachelor of General Education BARBARA STEWART B.S. in Business Administration JOYCE STOLLEY B.S. in Home Economics GORDEN STORM Bachelor of General Education EMILY STUART B.S. in Elementary Education ..w,,, .,......1,. --.fff 1 f - Us 5, i:.f.2:Fi"92::,.2i12i'1.!br :s1fi'i?E'-- ZE7f7?ei5?fiiiEE55f'z ffY:Yf'if'12f55"fi5 wc.: M as Q . 'W' f. get 'S' !4 I L AQ' lr ,pm gg -- f-wf -A W .. W KATHRYN SUTTON B.F.A. in Music BARBARA SWANSON B.S. in Engineering 81 Business Administration DALE SWANSON B.S. in Business Administration GERALD TAYLOR B.S. in Business Administration SCOTT L. TEFT B.S. in Industrial Engineering VIRGINIA THOMPSON B.A. in English Capt. SEIKO TOKUDA Bachelor of General Education WILLIAM TOWNSEND Bachelor of General Education GARY TRANMER B.S. in Secondary Education JERRY V. TUHY B.F.A. in Art KAYE A. TURNER B.S. in Elementary Education JOE H. UNDERWOOD Bachelor of General Education ROY R. VAN CLEVE B.S. in Military Science ROBERT VAN KIRK B.S. in Business Administration ,f - , ,, ffl , . -...I N 1 , ' is 2 I ,119 .-0-"" 'uf L , wk. . PII . , ...,.-msif-sf-1wfzw1axQv1fm:sfs.-mf..-,,' -V .w,,f-':f1fffwfz- , .,,,,..f.e,.sL . f wr'-f--ii V. . .fem-ff.:f..f:-s.,.v,,..f-A nw., , .. .. . .Q .. .- RX. -- 1 V K ' F. James? - J. fill 'I Q . ' .... ' -3x .K ri ,,. -x mr 'mg fly, ' fbi HAROLD VISCHER B.S. in Engineering 8- Business Administration iw S' ,, SAMUAL WALKER DARRELL WALLER Bachelor of General Bachelor of General Education Education far 5 9 as . X .fs f""' 1 .Q .4 0 ' . I SI . I ' L DARRELL VONNAHME JANET VOSS ROWENA VOSS JOHN WADE B.S. in Business B.A. in Spanish B.A. in Mathematics 'B.S. in Business Administration 'pr-.Q JOHN R. WATTS B.S. in Engineering 81 Business Administration 'Z' 4,1 f- , , . 3. ,sw . u - RONALD WELLS B.S. in Business Administration A . ,Q P, JAMES WERPETINSKI G. H. WEST DEANNA WHITE DONALD WHITE ELOID WILLIAMS GRANT WILLIAMS B A in Economics B.S. in Military B.A. in Psychology B.S. in Engineering Bachelor gf General B.A. in Psychology Science A Business Education Administration ,MV 83 K LEE WILSON THEO WILSON THOMAS WINSOR DARLENE WISSING RONALD WITCOFSKI ROBERT WITTEKIND B S In Business Bachelor of General B.A. in History B.S. in Home B.A. in Physics B.S. in Engineering Administration Education Economics 81 Business Administration X11- ' :sf CHARLES WORDEN Bachelor of General Education DONALD WOODS Bachelor of General Education ' ' A jifzliw x ,, 5 .r,,., , ,,A,,,. ' . ...' 1 ' 5?ig1Tf1i-inf 31 in -515 71if:?i5Lf1 L17 ANGELO ZANDIOTIS Bachelor of General Education JAMES ZADINA B.S. in Engineering 8. Business Administration l, , , ww , mad' DAVID YATE5 JOHN K. YOUNG B-5- in BUSil'1eSS Bachelor of General Administration Educqtipn W ' .,.rg,,sf ' . . id' N rica'-A", 'F K krrr ciici i tiiti ss,tf B AIVARS ZEl.TlNS JANINE ZINN B.S. in Secondary B.A. in French Education -f"E'J LOIS HEDELI. YOUNG B.F.A. in Music nucm 5-. .N LINDA ZOELLER B.A. in Elementary Education :Qs W. B. YOUNG Bachelor of General Education if ,iii RALPH SEARLE Bachelor of General Education 'KN Typical coed pasttime . . . CCarol Robinsonl "Looks pretty good to me, Jane" Uane Rowland and Peggy Johnsonj l'm camera shy . . . fArlene Dergani 'LV M SUIVIIVIER THEATRE WORKSHOP An inspired company of players in the University of Omaha Summer Theatre Workshop poured every effort into Tennessee Williams SUMMER AND SMOKE which opened on July 7, 8 and 9. It describes an emotional change that overwhelms a lonely spinster lCherie Shaverl in the dreary town of Glorious Hill, Mississippi. Supporting characters that substantially aided the production were: Annette Koswosky, in the role of the demented mother, Ralph Ellsworth, a sniveling suitor to Alma, Donald Gappa, Mrs. Shaver's father, Doris Lewis, a gossip, and Tom Hicks, an elderly doctor. Dr. Edwin L. Clark directed this opening play of the summer series. MY HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS by William Soroyan represented the third and final play of the Summer Theatre Workshop on August 4, 5, and 6. A whimsical work, it scans the indigent household of a California poet lRod Rossi, which is largely supported by the fine begging instincts of his son lCharley Giffordl because pappa's poems aren't selling particularly well that year. Barbara Boyer, as Johnny's whimsical grandmother proved to be partic- ularly appealing. Dr. Edwin L. Clark directed. KWUIE 2- Wf 'W1:f"MtFi"i5'irffi W'n"i"" The Summer Theatre Workshop maintained its standard of excellence in a well-drilled and comprehensive performance of Shaw's CANDIDA on July 21, 22 and 23. It is an ingenious expression of the hypothesis that while men make war and the greatest fuss, women truly make the world go 'round. The entire one act comedy is consumed in the proof that, as the men lNeil Shaver as Rev. James Morrel, and Robert Simpson as Marchbanksl, argue, rant and are in turn distressed, the wife Candida KCarol Robinson! recognizes acutely her relationship to both men, a friend to the younger, a protector to the older. The supporting cast of Dave Selner, Ann Ahlstrand, and Joe McCartney sup- plied an amusing human background, under the direction of Curtis Siemers, a newcomer to the university. 'E 'f"' ' ' K BOOTSTRAPPERS The "Operation Bootstrap" program was started several years ago by the Air Force to allow career service men and women to take temporary leave to "lift themselves by the bootstraps" through a college degree. The Army and Marines have since ioined under the "final semester program." Bootstrappers are especially attracted to Omaha University because of its liberal allowance of academic credit for military training and its Bachelor of General Education Degree. The BGE degree draws "bootstrappers" because the military person- nel students are not required to have credits in mathematics, econom- ics or a foreign language. Another reason is that the degree can lead to a second career in teaching after retirement from service. Service men and women lother than marines and nursesl attend Omaha U. for six months, taking one full semester of courses plus a special six weeks of accelerated courses designed for bootstrappers. Marines and nurses attend for nine months or two full semesters. The marine earns a Bachelor of Science in Military Science, and the nurse receives a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. These bootstrappers receive their military pay while attending school, but pay their own tuition. spun- gvtlbf paul X 1 X, ik. ,L-A av' The Bachelor of General Education Degree that so many of the bootstrappers receive upon graduation is earned in the follow- ing manner: -An airman is given 'I2 hours academic credit for his basic training. -An officer is given 30 hours credit for his commission. lMost boot- strappers at O.U. are officers.l -All personnel are limited to 65 hours credit for military science lmilitary experience, service schools and service extension courses.l -The personnel must have earned their other credits at an accredited university or college. lSome have attended as many as seven uni- versities before finishing at Omaha U., No grade below C is accepted. Roy W. Nolte, supervisor of the program at Omaha U. and pic- tured on the preceding page with Capt. .lack Fisher, has estimated that more than eight hundred Bootstrappers have earned degrees since 1953. Though they are on the campus for only six months, they participate in most activities. There were two bootstrappers in a recent dramatics production, and a team of bootstrappers won the intramural golf championship last spring. Although they rarely wear their uniforms on campus, they are easily distinguished from the younger undergraduates. Bootstrappers are usually integrated into University classes, but some classes have been created especially for them. In classroom discussion, the service personnel can offer "I was there" views on such a large variety of subiects that their contribution to the broadening of educational experiences at O.U. is unquestionable. It was largely through the requests of the boot- strappers that a mid-year commencement was held this year. Pic- tured at the right are only a few of the many who came to O.U. under this program. Lieut. Col. Roland H. Brady, a pilot from Ent AFB at Colorado Springs, Colorado displays the ankle he broke in a trampo- line accident. Also on the right, Mai. Jane Ditchfield tries on the mortar board she was to wear for her graduation in January. Shown with her are bootstrappers lfrom leftl Captains Mary Theodoroff, Mary Carlson, Mary Furn and Margaret Barelle. M f fi xy X ff? wif Q23 Q5 A Q 5.22 , V-a.egq:,.Q:g.. ,A-SLfw.f,.,ff, . - .lf .ff-1..w-as-Ql,x.z...b.wi ' Q-fv.Lf..f:i...f . L, . W.-. ,, ,, .' 1 ALQ- w.w:mff.1 ---- g. ,:,- , ..,,L....,5ff..v-ff,,, -L,- v.,: -f- N... ..- ,WM F.. ,V A f " -1 :W " f-I ,gm1fzf:L.qywH,f1-1f- A -I W 3, ,5-MM... w K K 1, ' H' X ' 'ill' M' ' '- - , H ww.-L.m.-, , . -' ,we-Jf3gfjg.L f5.1,.,L,. A - - -' -7 L -,H-L1 V g In .Y 1 1. "'!f7z-?'.2,:2-1' 032+-23'.z,1qJJ: .,-mfs? ' '7l',-"':ggf,.i, , gin? , w f :. 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H-,1 7..,-,-,W--,, .Y w:fJ..L:..,mJfM,,.p M www +L-S - is Wwzs-W .My A .4 ,7 uxm , , . Ls WW.. . -uw ,, WJ... ,,.,,. ,.,.S,s ,V ,. , , .L . -1 .M ,M ,M ,,.,, ,A ., 1,,, ,,.X,,.L,.,.M,m 5559? ww 1 W, WMM,iufwimwwaz.m,mm, ,, K , , W,,,. -a il fg: iff , , Front row: Young Moore Ill, treasurer, Mike Quint, secretory: Jack Fisher, president, Joe Fix, president, Len Kimmiclc, secretary, Dick Barbero, treasurer. Back row: Rollin Hall, John Sherran, Bill Carter, Charlie Remick, Joe Gudmundson, Dave Belden, Bill Stephan. THE SOCIETY OF PEN AND SWORD 1 .4 f 1: if skis: Left to right: Harold Mandellp Hugh W. Grahamp Raymond L. Callp Herschel Bagbyg James W. Cannon' Lester V. Green. The Society of the Pen and Sword was established to pro- mote friendship and scholastic achievement among the mem- bers of the Armed Forces at- tending the University and to maintain understanding and good will between the "Boot- strappers," faculty and students. Pictured here are the officers and members for first and sec- ond semester. "ly 5: F ly: ,, . 5 ' ' if ' , . m. , , ' va i zissffi ' 'ff .,.... L "' ru . ., , , f' ' ' M'- ' W 75,35 W 2 I, ' 41 ' ,' "Ml" J f 1 ' ' ' a f 2 is if A mg M 'W ' ' f ' '4' 1 IL. 'T' ' 'J .f , . 1 hW. , I3 ffi- 11 ' Q 'ff "5 "'-1, f -A . Q 'Q B" L ,L ' A Vrbgg i ' U ' K ' 4.1 5 4 P It ,Ft v ,,, X . xx wm ' .' BV' O Wy. i E . i h b 1 Y 94 UST 5 Quay .nn ,wrmmzma nv-vm, "N"S.., if fr 5 1 5 U, 1 w 1. l , 2 e ' 'Q 1 ' 1' 9' ' I Q WITH O.U.'S PRESIDENT ,l,,,,, , jrlgugwffa 5 I jj! 1' was 4, -:Q ff ' A xr .KVALL 4 ' , ff- inpf' 2 X K- S if . X if Lg! .., . 33 gr' jg g Q", 96 .,,.,v.5ffz in nan-I E -- -.9 37 xl. gf H" ?', my isa kr .V ,, . I kkxr A K f m - I,W,.,g32:g.noa2qM1..wn'4re4.:w-awxwfmnw-as-Q.:-v+w.z M...-21+-.9f.14,f-QH12,.'c,-,,4 , kgm-1 A .rr H Q..- ,M Ly, ,lm ,W ,N 0 me fa- we Aw, an Jw ww 39 'lg -. ,W 'z ,U f' F? fix 'fi YQ... :lb uv- Wx Ya: .L 4-4' at an Ig. 5, nf - ,. 535' 15 W. , 1 ii -a 5 4- 1.3: .r ...W .I tix M ,H- we .N Aw ,.n... ,-...- ? 5 I A ,-,s , .- ,W is' E WS . ,. ,awagy .14 ,S - if . V"""'1 Certainly synonymous with Omaha University is the name of President Milo Bail. And 1960-61 was no exception. Under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Bail, the University noted another year of advancement in education for the citizens of Omaha, with an ever-increasing opportunity learning readily available. It would be impos- sible to note here all the decisions that Dr. Bail has made which pointed to this end, but suffice to say no man has ever devoted more time and energy to the University than has our prexy. To all Omahans, Dr. Bail Omaha U. L f-.4 Kirk Naylor Dean of Administration -ia Roderic B. Crane Alice C. Smith Assistant to President Registrar 3, Y? A. 1 f .r.,.-A . ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES P 4 is -1' N"-an-. 1- Donald Pflasterer Elizabeth Hill Curtis Siemers Betty Davis Dean of Student Personnel Associate Dean Assistant Dean Assistant Dean ' Q? Q25-ai? rr,, jfs L f S " 'X vi' -t , 3 ? 'Q Harold Keefover Robert McGranahan John Heckinger Clarence Lefler Thelma Engle Controller General Printing and Dil'eCf0I', Auxiliary Supt. Buildings and University Hostess Information Enterprises Grounds THE BOARD OF REGENTS F. E. Borc hers President WF Eight men and one woman from all walks of life comprise the University Board of Regents. They are the policy making board that assists the President in naming faculty appointments, deciding on new courses of instruction and in setting budget recommendations. Holding terms of four years, Regents are elected by the Omaha School Board. Officers for 1960-61 are F. E. Borchers, president, Ralph Kiplinger, vice-presi- dent, and Mrs. John Merriam, secretary. Ralph Kiplinger Mrs. John Merriam Vice-President Secretary ff Q33 Harry Barber Frank Fogarty +63 -"Q Varro Rhodes Henry Karpf Peter Kiewit Samuel M. Greenberg f' W , . ,. U !.'.fgfww3yaql1 First row: Peggy Staley, Darline Erikson, Bess Weinstein, Ruby Hoag, Leona Polson, Ann V. Jacabsen, Valena Washburn. Second row: Alice Pratt, Eva Swanson, Pat Mial, Dolores Erickson, Margenne Selko, Lilian Runge, Caroline Markey. Third row: Janet Olson, Renee Waugh, Florence Smith, Marilyn Dall, Nully Schwery, Cathern Danielson, Jean Holst, Paula O'Brien. Fourth row: Sharon Jakobsen, Grayce Kersey, Betty Lutz, Madge Barking, Eunice Baker, Ethel Rohrbough, Sue Francke. Fifth row: Eunice Rowland, Patricia Carroll, Dorothy Wille, Myrle Pantier, Mae Donne, Virginette Olson, Lenita Anderson. Sixth row: Joan Crofton, Cara Mar- tin, June T. Johnson, Hazel Spangler, Sharon Engle, Barbara Thomsen, Babs Crowder, Carol Erickson. ADMINISTRATIVE University Secretaries Administrative Dept. Heads Back row: Virgil Sharpe, G. M. McArdle, M.D., Tony Tasich, Joseph Dunn, William Jaynes, Virgil Yelkin. Front row: Harry Johnson, Geraldine Nesvan, Betty Davis, Carol Graham. COMMITTEES Board Student .i Publications Front row: Bob Barnes, Linda Strnad, Marilyn Bowley, Joan Mencke. Back row: Robert McGranahan John Heckinger, Dean Kirk Naylor, Paul Peterson, .linny Anderson, Richard Allen. Alumni Board Front row: Byron Miller, Betty Davis, Robert Schropp, lenita Anderson, Marilyn Kiffin. Back row: Harold Poff, Helen Howell, Joan Post, Joan Frost, Lewis Radcliffe, Don Pflasterer. i l 5 i fi Back row: Lefler, Harder, Hull, Meuer, Harder, Muir, Van Buggenhautt, Doksonsky. Center row: Feleshek, French, Kelley, Pond, Snow, Backara, Joy, Beasnihan Paroczai. Front row: Perkins, Spangler, McCobb, liefland, Taursen, Potts, Livingston. BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 4..-D.. 'XZ' frm, Back row: Gorny, Bramhall, Fransisco, Lewis, Janis, Harris, Tea. Center row: Lynch, Robinson, Gladden, Agar, Krenzes, Miller, Todd. Front row: Storz, Dahse Arnold, Booth, Mitchell, Derrick. Students eagerly await that first cup of coffee. Cheering on the team in the Ouampi Room. First row: Clark, Edson, Johnson, Keiart, Doescher, Lucke. Second row: Brawner, Vedlak, Jacobson, Brink, Moore, Ford. Third row: lvey, Lynch, Hawkins, Bruner, Devereaux. Fourth row: Bulslti, Schimonitz, Kerr, ltraka. Fifth row: Tasich, Murray, Johnson, Horn, Bell, Graham. nunaisl awwnuni-an -, 4 ....,,...,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,:g.,,., m.'.1...,....4.. . ' '- ,Lg '-,.,,....5. I "i" i g iii ,"i 3 , " , , a mmo ma y :-,t -A' ' in . -- 1- -. '-uns f , cf- . Wm A to - L 'W' 'l we I 'z . m. -H ff K V M ef ' 2 Eyz s , Q stu. M1 . My ., 1 5 Al l .Z 5-HR ,,,- i n 1 In A Vi, W s ic 1 Frederick Adrian History vm, A S F , 2 - - L --'i Jane Andersen Art Paul Borge Speech with 511' Richard Allen English Lx Bruce Baker English Merle Brooks Biology ii"i Ln'iiX Vlz, COLLEGE OF ...A Paul Beck History fl we 3 '73, xyj- . Marion Brown English 1 'V 111- ,, ' , A ,QM Thomas Bonner History 81 Social Science 'em- ' m gs Franklin Burden Karl Busch Chemisfry Biology Edwin Clark Roderic Crane Russel Derbyshire Roger Dunbier Beryl Eagleson Speech 8. Drama Economics Zoology Geography English gg ,fi ., 5 ,fm - ., A I ,' I V. , H i , rm. m e sa, " 'f,- S l , ' K "" 'Hf 'X-FI: iz -.J fm? ., 1 LIBERAL ARTS so F X Q -V V ff I fj?if??f2li5bfffiV 'iff' M54 - f 5 " 'L ' -75, .f,- fiilfw ' ,4 + ,,,.' , . ,sn James Earl Lloyd Ellerbeck Mafhemaiics Physics WKVA kr A ' ivygtrxlur in, 1 , I Q 'i C. S. Espinosa James Fargher Paul Gardner Forresf Hazard Pefer Hill Foreign Language Psychology Biology Foreign Language Ari aw Francis Hurst William Jaynes Carl Keeler Charles Keppel W, C, B, Lumber? Psychology Industrial Testing Biology Chemistry Pqliiicql Science Walter Linsfromberg .lack Malik D. N. Marquardt Edmund McCur1ain John McMillian Chemistry Music Chemistry Sociology Physics Harry Rice Mathematics .., .,, W. ,, .mx dnt. 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Stanley Trickett Margery Turner Roger Twedt William Utley Rqlph Wardle History English Art Political Science English COLLEGE OF William Alcorn Education 2-'Rf-A n ga ,ll J Q if Hollie Bethel Al Cuniglia Lloyd Cardwell Elementary Education Athletics Men's Physical Education l ik Mara Davis Joseph Dunn Linda Edelen J. Kenneth Fischer Ernest Gorr Women's Physical Education Elementary Education Women's Physical Education Physical Education Men's Athletics Russell Gorman Rene Hlavac Harry Johnson Herbert Jones Paul Kennedy Men's Athletics Education Education 8. Reading Clinic Secondary Education Secondary Education EDUCATION Bert Kurth Education Ellen Lord Library . . Clarence Means Men's Physical Education Kathryn Schaake Doris Tabor Women's Physical Education Education Raymond Means Library 1 tirri itai - - - - I .- was . I! 'g- , A AI. "k' ' in gt , .1 -5 - Q -.-.quit ,ga in- Daniel Tredway Elementary Education Robert Mackie Athletics Gale Oleson Student Counsel Donald Watchorn Men's Physical Education Marion McCaulley Library Ronald Pullen Audio-Visual Virgil Yelkin Athletics James Brown Engineer H5 Harold Davis James Hossack Engineer Engineer COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS Margaret Killian Carolyn Kundel Home Economics Home Economics Engineer Anson Marston 'Hi Paul Peterson Cheryl Prewett Frederick Weisser Journalism Engineer Engineer Dorothy Patach Nursing iw Sylvester Williams Engineer COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION it We A A Rv 'nw it . f F Q S Burwell Beaman Accounting James Chastain Hurford Davison Charles Bull Business Administration s ,, ,,., . George Harris Insurance Retailing Business Administration 'fi-i s ,A-Q "aim , nm i 1 7 yirr 'E ' e . if ' 'A ,Q vi S Jack Hill William Hockett leta Holley Francis Kelly Business Administration Business Administration Secretarial Science Business Adminliffulion if-.3 John Leonard C. Glenn lewis Robert Little Joyce Minteer Verda Rauch Business Administration Real Estate Business Administration Business Administration Secretarial Science ml 2 A t t o c ,V ,z 1.-1 Michael Beilis Adult Education Roy Nolte Adult Education Virgil Sharpe Otto Snarr Adult Education Adult Education 'ILM ,,.,,, .. COLLEGE OF ADULT EDUCATION .. --.,,,-NWNMWMM AIR FORCE ROTC r ! '95 H i 'ir x if X- A SfSgf. Billie Brown Captain Joseph Davis :cgi Sgt Richard Grim T!Sgt Robert Hasaka .3 '.ii f W , --,. is - or g Maior L. Hendrickson Captain A. H. Swanson Lf. Col. S. Swenson YQ ,r, -, - is ef f ' A fi: f i N any ' Q fi 1 gas g ,Wm 5 l 4 h..... 1 H v f-an rf, Sl. f' 13364 Mfiiififzz' fbi? I s ,K ,..., . I -... A 3 mK,nSf'W!'f NNY. fqmerwn W Y ' Miers SW! l Cifezfmgff 1 Eicw W' lfhnsoh Mfr' ax , 'QU f ,, V .A -A Tlj.Q.LLAfffY X34 A S5 s6 2.3 A 38 X30 l gum f5'5'f,,,,f?f' wwf ,L 5 ,MW X .ffgizf ff .,-If ff ,f"" f , 4 ,fx .ff ,f I ffm " Vrv, iff Ei Q-"fx ,,f"'f SEPTEMBER 2?i5?G,, ,", - ., -.-' -- typical fall and freshmen melanie ieub and - ken allen . . . s lf- I 'wgfal ,1 ,, 1, W. , L,,,, , M, Q ,,,, WW , ,H Q l in im ll '-" ,::Q - W 'L JE X gg -i Q. 1-:ae-lf: va. . W., . Q' e N ' AM, . , V - lr ., , 5. ' fijflfil X' I fl. Xi' 1 ff mel, WV " if?i l Q E KA Izz we zfi kk"":fQ IQ.: ,v,,:., , ' Q 1..v',. , X' in n Mui 9 , l ,. f ,1 , We A M -' A l 1 M --.E l f -APP l xl g - H I 1' ,M ,,g4fm. M, ,Z D , .. fQ . I .. V V ,W', ,.W, I if " -, Jw k i - 1. 2 -,I', kkhr ' . .f Q, l .Q 1sJ.iAf5f1tfffff:.f ,L Q l . H ' at I . fi at f' Wei' ' up P re side nf J oe J o rd o n Secreiary Jucki Palmer Vice-President Bill Anderson FRESHIVIAN CLASS OFFICERS FROSH GLIIVIPSES AIN! F!! k I? 'inf H-e"" 'ANP' Donald Woods. Dean of the College of Adult Education More than 4,000 adults of all ages attend the University of Omaha even though they may hold fulltime iobs. These adults continue to work on a college degree, or satisfy other educational or cultural pursuits 'in the more than 200 courses offered through the College of Adult Education. Credit toward any degree offered by the University may be obtained through the College of Adult Education. ln addition, thousands of adults participate in new educational experiences through the many courses, discussion roups, and conferences offered in a wide variety of important fields of interest. The College of Adult Education provides counseling service for adult students without charge in order to provide maximum asssistance to them. WMQ. The library is a helpful place for CAE students. CAE students have opportunities to hear visit- ing speakers. The student union is popular for CAE breaks. Informal groups discuss current problems. gg-.var Dorothy Potach and lenita Anderson, staff mem- bers of OU who received master's degrees in January, Graduate students are given aid in planning 'For their degree. Through institutes graduate students gain knowledge. T.V. Classroom gives those at home a chance for a college education. J W I, - eesw1icfs4,s.,,M:sf:g1fr fy -L 'Tn-.:: K 1 W. X e N , f-ann-., -f , E! ,, ETF! ,Q ,I ZL.. ,,...: ,,.: ,, - ,, L ..,,N,,6 .Wg .,,.,,..,,s,,, ssr , A, , T N., N Q The university Graduate Division provides oppor- tunity for advanced study and independent investigation in several fields. Two advanced degrees, Master of Arts and Master of Science in Education, are offered. Graduate study in psychology, education, sociology, English, history and government usually leads to the degree Master of Arts. The Master of Science in Education degree is usually earned by master teachers, supervisors, principals or other administrators. ffm... T GRADUATE DIVISION gaps!! A I l 3. George Rachford, Director of the Graduate Division "THE ANSWER TO FRIDAY NIGHTS" A55 ti we The University Nights participants are treated to refreshments. 124 There is opportunity for cultural enjoyment. , - zivtif? YH! gimme is ,, W Ei' 'lim is SF:z.l1.,mr - Dr. Thomas Bonner is a speaker The College of Adult Education presented the "University Nights" series on Friday Evenings from September through December in the Con- ference Center Auditorium. The programsin- cluded a panel on fine arts consisting of Dr. Edwin Clark, drama, Joseph Levine, music, and Eugene Kingman, art, "Monsieur Vincent," a film based on the life of St. Vincent de Paul. Dr. Thomas Bonner spoke on "The American Character, and Victor P. Hass, Omaha's book reviewer, discussed contemporary writing and the American novel of the mid-century. lt. Gen. Francis H. Griswold, vice commander-in-chief of the Strategic Air Command, discussed military strategy in America. "Hypnosis in Modern Med- icine" was presented by Dr. Willis H. Taylor, Jr., and Dr. William Jaynes presented a iazz review. The University Nights patrons also attended the fall dramatic production at the university. An interpretation of the ballet was made by Joseph Levine, conductor of the Omaha Symphony, and at one of the final programs the University choir presented a Christmas concert. THE WORLD AFFAIRS 'INSTITUTE The fifteenth annual World Affairs Institute was held at Omaha University this year, under the direction of William Utley, instructor of political science. The central theme of this year's pro- gram was "The West at Bay." Speakers that appeared on subsequent Wednes- day evenings included Musa Amalemba, the first and only native African in the infant govern- ment of Kenya, Dr. George Blanksten, professor of political science at Northwestern University, Max Lerner, iournalist and world traveler, Allan Merriam, associate professor of anthropology at Northwestern University and a former resident of the Congo, Col. James H. S. Rasmussen, US Air Force, and Douglas Cater, Washington editor of The Reporter Magazine. A speaker uses graphic aids in his lecture A full auditorium listens to a lecture. A guest speaker for the Institute. CROSS COUNTRY Cross-country is a sport of effort, hard work, and will power. To run upwards of five miles every night for several weeks requires a great deal of stamina, but obviously the men on the Omaha University cross-country team have all these prerequisites to make the squad. The harriers, tutored by Coach Ernie Gorr, tied down three wins and four losses, plus a few places in the multiple meets. Denny Dunning was high point man for the squad with Gene Somer picking up the next highest amount of points. Other members of the team were Nick Dixon, Terry Maides, Bob Juekstock, Jesse Hen- derson, Steve Gidley, and Bob Gregg. lettermen were Dunning, Somer, Gregg, Dixon and Jueckstock. OMAHA 39 27 Uni. of South Dak. OMAHA 40 I5 Simpson College OMAHA 24 31 Dana OMAHA 1 1 26 Morningside OMAHA 21 34 Washburn OMAHA l I 16 Wayne After fifteen years as track coach and four years as Cross Country mentor, Coach Ernie Gorr is retiring as track coach. More commonly known as "Hey, Coach!", Coach Gorr will con- centrate on his classroom studies and other ob- ligations at the University. As two-term presi- dent of the Midwestern AAU, Gorr conceived the idea of the NAIA Cross Country Championships and Omaha U's hostship of the annual event. "Giddapl" Dunning taking things in stride. Above: Thomas 4271 prepares to grab first place. Below: Tired runners learning how they finished. NAIA This fall, two days after Thanksgiving, Omaha University was host to the Fifth Annual NAIA Cross-Country Championships at Elmwood Park. This was Omaha's fifth hostship of the national event. The NAIA National meet attracted run- ners from states such as Vermont, Florida, Cali- fornia, Texas, and a host of others. Close to one hundred athletes participated in the event and most of them finished the four-mile foray, with Denny Dunning of OU finishing in the 64th position. Joe Thomas of Southern Illinois University won the meet in a record time of 20 minutes and 39 seconds giving his team low total for the team championship. Omaha University did not have a full team entered. A mild day and partly cloudy skies contributed to many great performances. President Milo Bail of the University gave an award luncheon in the Student Union afterward. OU's Gene Somer paces down the fairway. ouampi, the spirit of our university, whips up enthusiasm at cz pep rally for the battle with emporic: state GCTOEER CUTEST PAN-UGLIEST IVIAN Mary Ellen Gundry - Lyle McFarIin Mary Ellen Gundry of Zeta Tau Alpha and Lyle "Buddha" McFarlin of Lambda Chi Alpha were named Cutest Pan and Ugliest Man at a penny a vote. Each year OU's Alpha Phi Omega, national service frater- nity, sponsors the contest. Voting is done by money contributions with the proceeds going to the local United Community Service campaign drive. The winners collected 5282.98 and Sl53.97 respectively. The total amount collected w a s S865.52. Two of the organizations sup- ported by USC funds are the Omaha Opportunity Center and Immanuel Old Peoples Home. BLOOD DRIVE Members of Alpha Phi Omega, a serv- 9, ice organization, help with school proi- ects. Included in these projects is the annual "Cutest Pan and Ugliest Man" contest. At right is Bruce Hatfield, one of many students who participated in the campus blood drive. Plaques were awarded to the groups providing the most donors. Theta Chi fraternity placed first in donations. ALPHA PHI ONIEGA 'X Front row: James Ruegge, Neil Dounieter, Pat Shields, Jack Vogt, Bob Cramer, Lynn McCallum, Jim Leslie. Back row: Brian Nelson, Larry L'heureux, Erik Wagner, Lynn Olson, Gordon Jorgensen, Rich Jaworski, Rodger Stoney. l3l 11.1 we--7' gffvvixyv , I ,,. ,, Front row: Margie Dohse, Carol Ehinger, louise Welstead, Kay Malick. Second row: Charlie Wortz, Pam Stronberg, Ken Nelson, Karen Boylan, Frank Tapy. ""r1"! 'li'- Front row: Kay Malick, Sharon Johnson, Nancy Lindell, Laurie McCann, Dianne Barker. Second row: Kathy Chapek, Mary Smith, Dottie Mott. Third row: Kay Col- burn, Sharron Mead, Bunny Wybenga, Gayle Oberg. Fourth row: Marie Walters, Marla Castillo. Fifth row: Jean Severa, Colleen Richmond, Karen Stacke, Sue Thompson, Mary Beth Moulton. l32 INTER-PEP Promotion of school spirit is Inter-Pep CounciI's main obiective. The Council consists of representatives from 15 or- ganizations on campus. This year maior proiects included a migration to Washburn U. and a red arrow featuring athletic events in the OUampi Room. They also sponsored pep rallies, cheerleading tryouts, pro- grams and halftime ceremonies. Pam Stronberg was chairman, Margie Dohse vice chairman and Georgia Clark, secretary-treasurer. FEATHERS Organizing cheering sections at games, ushering at functions, working with Inter Pep on proiects and promot- ing of school spirit in general are the goals of Feathers, female pep organiza- tion. 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From the open- ing kick-of-F the Indians churned up yard after yard of turf while holding the Emporia State Hornets in checkmate. ou 7 - - - -------------- - - EMPQRIA 5'-uf N ff: ..-,,.s-seg::-1,A,,, ,g fr fwf- Wi- 221: Q,wN, V ,W 'R . Q t f k to 4 W ,, N. , 4' 1' - mx A J x - 5 -E' g - K 5. -.. A nf ir K 1, f . ,C yi. , V, wa.: 1, 1 .,-' f t , 'k t M t x... , ,, ,w:,..-my 4L-- , -- , yu- L 1 . .. - A - -- - ,. .. ,,..,,, , aies , s r it t 1 e X L " ' " -'.. , f MW A H 'W i - ,K ve ' . H -kr ,, nw , I--E55 K- K ,A Q . ..., -,,, My ii., ,W A V, 'I f...- ' -- - N " ,ET A..' V -fiifi' iz ' ' ' - 75551' at A x ,kyk x L, ep, 1, M .,,, L J ,, ,..L ,M sl. , hw A , ,ii 1 ,. ,. 2 'W at , ' W - Y, ' . ,-.9141 ,-" W, gag 1 "' igrgfw A X fa., gf --'- ' Hz I V 6 rrk. I --VI I we W x Barry Miler and Using the power of fullbacks Wayne Backes, the speed of halfbacks Roger Sayers, Lou Miloni, and Mike Conway, and the passing of quarterback Dave Gibson, the tribe downed the Hornets 7-0. ? OU 13 ST BENEDICT'S 33 At St. Benedict's, the Indians met one of the strong powers of the CIC. After three quarters of hard-nosed football, the weight and the experience of the Ravens started to show its effects on the tribe. Trailing by one touchdown going into the final period, the smaller Indians weakened as the hefty Ravens scored twice more. The final score was Omaha University I3 and St. Benedict's 33. Qu Q ......---- ---- - - - wAsl-IBURN 7 y , X . ,.- , .-F The Ichabods of Washburn dealt the Indians a fatal blow at Topeka. Moving the ball well the Indians were again hampered by fumbles. Time after time the Indians saw their chance for victory lost as the ball jumped out of the hands of the fleet backs. The final score was Omaha University 0, Washburn 7. ou 14 - - - ---------- - - - Pl1'1'sBuRc 32 V"1 ln the season finale, the Indians hosted the Pittsburgh State Gorillas. Probably the best in the CIC, the "Apes" com- pletely dominated the first half of the ball game. However, when the second half got under way, it looked like a new tribe of Omaha University Indians had hit the field. Trailing I9-0, the ln- dians came alive with Wayne Backes, George Payne, and Gary Sindelar lead- ing the assault. The final score was Omaha University 7 and Pittsburgh State 32. 5 PPP. ' viii f w e y - P rvssv M-ff: v , -.rx 2 . ' -32' 4 115.5 -1 .. J -' 4-R I . .LY 'ge ' fa' : 3, .gg f"Q L . ' . A W Mi" f ' 1 ' .V fl . , . 1- .j ,wig -5, -Tffliif " -fi' ' 5 572555-fs P r- Q 'la l gn s R1-, M , . . A ly, : FXS -,K i r, hmmm Y g som, , si H L' of H N LLV: K I ' X I .' F N U I I 1 V - .D nss. . is H P ,',, .-k. .. .L,,.., V ' V. i.. , L" , -, f -'v' in .., if . H P 's r 'P " Ouampi looks things over THE TEAIVI ----- 'T "'LA V in ' 'I W"LW" mg, rs Q'YL ---A--we-w::r:..:1:u:3::" -'21 'fe' 'Qlig in T. n ,, 11 , ' mg .. is so ..: i T I , -I U r g H P .,,.,,, . .M ,,,. . .,, ,t,, .vgwm ..,, , ,. ,Wm H, ,. - ,M.,.Ni, ,.-,-w,,.,,-,.,. ,... ,, ,,, ..,. fn .x.,, f , ,.... M ,l ,,..,L..., .W,f,,N....,., gs- Q F T W C11 e..,.1 ls, M, Tr FYQ, f' yi F i 1--3 ' i N, rrorros . so :mf-f-' 1 .Ls . N ,d, 3 M, 4 ,tccc, ., ttt, C r , C I Q , 'L ' - W -1-1, ,, , , ,M K V k W, L.f-...::: - Nw.. - k - - -f--- . .s-.4v4..n. -, - W... , so -..LH 4- ., ,fe w .T 1 k,gyf,,,-ff " ff' -' 5 F ' A .. ra' g g g rf , Q ig , . , A , , . , . . i . T T , " , ' " LfL,, r ' . . - Z 'Tit ' ,, F . or it . V, , ,..- ,A f rl' F M ' -A s 'mf LLL- 1 B f 'LLL - it . , ,,,, I ,. T. . .., ., T, L.,,- V . .-,, .L., , , L,,, U T, -Q- f'b: it f vf--W . C-. 5 .. K '-LW ,H 2- jj j f -" qs' ' .W E - F Back row, left to right: Don Benning, John Glassman, Jim Foster, Paul Blazevich, Melvin Masek, Al Taylor, Bob Juekstock, George Payne, Dean Taylor, Dave Gibson, Coach Ken Fisher, Jerry Hunter. Third row, left to right: Morris Ricket, Roger Sayers, Darnell Mallory, Jock Routt, Barry Miller, Joe Palladino, Bob McCormick, Chester French, Gary Sindelar, Jim Kettle, Jerry Lichew, Equipment Manager Mike Wolenski. Second row, left to right: Max Jones, Bob Winters, Jim Ellis, Gary Piel, Wayne Backes, Mike Conway, Mike Cochran, Lloyd Cardwell, Arch Ferguson, Dwayne Sellick, Doug Claxton, Jerry Richardson. Front row, left to right: Coach Al Caniglia, Louis Miloni, Pat Hanrahan, Jim Howard, Pat Ricketts, Ken Allen, Tom Luby, Bill Moulton, Jim Herren, Sam Houston, Gary Bauman, Coach Don Watchorn. IA7 ,A , A .., Z ., ,,,,:5,A I , kk N "'f4YdmgE1jg ' . ,,,., ,,,. , ,,,, ,i 4' A V,,, A K. VVVV , . , , sw ,W - ' 'k'k ..h.. , M V fl' 1 -W4 346, ,, 5--ff: "!-- J .MQ I ' K N K U , M 'M W' , ., K. -V V V-f-wff -gf ' --fp,:- A' 'L L ,,LL -L-- , - , - ' ' 4 I , ,, , ..,.. 'A , , -V " ,V I A , .'-: 1 wg we d , W 0 3- VW " 9 .,,.f,:ff!'a-Y pf.. NOVEMBER M .SL 'Shui . ,, M rf' 9 5 The Student Council Oath Upon my election to the student council, I realize that I have accepted obligations to, and responsibili- ties toward, the University of Omaha. I solemnly promise to act as a representative of the student body and to serve to benefit it at all times. I solemnly swear to conduct myself in a manner that will always be a credit to the student body and to the University. Furthermore, I promise to work for the University and seek to advance her name and reputation in whatever way I am able. By the sign- ing of this oath, I willingly become a member of the Student Council of the University of Omaha. Elf I K is . f -,Msmwxfe 'L Council officers for 1960 61 are Terry Olsen vice president Karolee Wybenga, secretary, Lyle Franzen, president, and John Hofschire, 315' IS .au fill? lg Q l .. lg ,. S-.,,,f "QS 'Cf-F' ,P---'Q igf' a Q iw, X1 f - K . - X X ,If 1' V, '.,.: .4 , L -1 r, 'A'i QFJ7"', ii' 5 ' 3 ..,. ,., 'g gi Li li" if .. "tl . HW" ,,.- -, 1: 4 1 - V , 1, 2 ,V "' Y it ' ' 1 i 'Q' '- '55 ll" ,. H . K ' R, 1 if . gp e 2, , Q, M 1 ' 7 I 'f '-A gf, 7' 1. 1 1, e - R I -tn First row: Jerry Callahan, Sue Morris, Sue Weidenhammer, Ken Allen. Second row: Max Voigt, Judy Moe, Delores Brewer, John Hofshire. Third row: Kendall Brink, Judy Flint, Karolee Wybenga, Terry Olsen, Fourth row: Reed Mencke, Shielah Dunklau, Sue Ewing, Lyle Franzen. Fifth row: Lowell Baumer, Dean Curtis Seimers. e 1 . :yi ne- 2: , ,..., , X f 1 -,. gym .Ltr r L : stil.. '-X. ., 1, we i ii af' .-'S ,E Eh " "1-W-:ff-Jim . ,, ' fha .nm .fr ,J ii" Q"h. AMN The University Theatre opened its fall season with Paul Osborn's dramatic comedy "Point of No Return." This adaptation fro m John Mar- quand's satirical book on human nature and social codes in America is concerned with a young financier, played by Char- les Crogan, who directs his life to "suc- cess" after he and his wife, portrayed by Merle Reiff, briefly imagine failure. Viia Briedis plays the town's rich girl and the hero's first love who is emo- tionally tied to her unyielding snob of a father, Ted MacKechnie. Jimmie Painter plays the role of the financier's money-and-prestige-hungry father while Wave Selner is an obser- vant, talkative social anthropologist who comes to make a study. The University Theatre production was directed by Dr. Edwin L. Clark. "POINT OF N0 RETURN" a f Qg -wvb. Q ,jwqi gan H K A W"'i5,: 831: mm L Liimiiihf 5352 gg mud-www, ww W' nf' Q' ,nn 1lllll'l""" , 1 Af. ,ifzf f-ff '-'ffm ' W: sf 1. .. sw Q. 5 , .. 1 ,,-, Vi., N Q. , -ef . pp A, , . - K Q ,111 I k,,f . W"'k ' 'k" Si" M L15.,,,1 K T, :V .M N m ., Future businessmen practice their art. Type students enioy pleasant surroundings. A future accountant is busy. Modern equipment is an aid to business students The College of Business Administration provides young men and women with a variety of study areas for professional specialization. Students may specialize in accounting, insurance, marketing, personnal management, retailing, real estate, secretarial science, industrial management, finance or general business. After completion of the four-year program they receive either the degree Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Retailing. The College of Business Administration cooperates with the College of Education in offering curricula preparing students to teach business, commercial and distributive education subiects in high school. Two-year programs in accounting, secretarial training, or retailing lead to associate title. H c ss l 41- - K 6 , if en, .. M, ASV' , fs COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION -N-,-.5 , ..N,. N----Q . ef - - '--.-. , . k ., ,sc ,,,, . 'ogg John Lucas, Dean of the College of Business Administration s,m,,. QC' -.rf C7 V7 lx Fxbvuw-.413 H we fy, ,wwe fyff. -Um Front row: Stanley Duysen, Loren Means, Robert Plagman, C. Glenn Lewis. Second row: Joe B. Hornstein, Barbara Swanson, Dale F. Swanson Donald Garnett. Back row: Hans V. Becker Jr., John M. Jennings, Dana B. Cashion. RHO EPSILON SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT SWK'- Front row: Nancy Kautz, Olon Zager, Berdine Green, Charon Allen. Second row: Barbara Stewart, Sue West, Donald Garnett, Charles Perry. Back row: Lee Courtright, James McCune, Dave Harb, Jim Allen, Fred Gottschalk, Don Bardell, Mr. Jack Hill, Mr. Fred Weiser, Richard Kane. Rho Epsilon, national professional real estate fra- ternity, is sponsored by C. Glenn Lewis. Local Omaha real estate men speak at their meetings and give the members an opportunity to observe the realities of their future occupations. The OU chapter of SAM, sponsored by Mr. Jack Hill, is devoted to the purpose of improving the art and science of management. This organization is open to all students of the College of Business Administration who are sophomores or above. Phi Chi Theta began its second year as a chapter of the national business woman's fraternity. Programs fea- ture speakers and discussions that increase the member's knowledge of the business world. PHI CHI THETA Front row: Sandra Kraiecek, Berdine Green, Sue West, Barb Stewart, laVonne Gilmore, Judy Newman. Back row: Miss Leta Holley, Charon Allen, Karen Clark, Miss Rasch, Nancy Porter, Julie Hron, Jane Burbridge, Miss Joyce Minteer. The International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi was founded on Nov. 7, 1909, at New York Uni- versity, School of Commerce. Gamma Eta Chap- ter here at the University of Omaha was founded on April 23, 1949, in the College of Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi is limited to those persons reg- istered in the College of Business Administration. lt is not a social fraternity, but is strictly a pro- fessional organization. Being in the business field, it has as some of its members many very important men from the business world, includ- ing: Robert Andersen, former Secretary of the Treasury. The central office for Delta Sig. is located at Miami University, in Oxford, Ohio. The Grand Council, high body of the fraternity, holds a Congress every two years, and this year it will be held at Ashville, North Carolina. At this Congress policies and fraternity actions are con- sidered and brought to be part of fraternity rules and regulations. DELTA SIGIVIA PI Four officers presided over the fall semester, but were retired because of graduation or pro- motion. John Wayne as president, Elden Head as chancellor, Jim Allen as Jr. vice president, and Fred Stamp as historian. Second semester officers include Jim Allen as president, Keith Hol- man as Sr. vice president, and Robert Panek as the new Jr. vice president. Lee Courtright pre- sides as Chancellor, Ray Christensen is treasurer, Don Buffin as secretary, and Robert Pettegrew records history as historian. The 1960 Rose of Delta Sig was Miss Judy Moe of Chi Omega. Rose of Delta Sig J. Bautla D. Buffon J. Carstens R. Christensen S. Cohen L. Couririghf K. Hohman R. Kane C. Kehn W. McDaniel J. McCune J. Nelson T. Norris R. Paneh R. Pefiigrew R. Swain G. Taylor J. Wade E. Whelsfone O. Zager I , , ,fm 'uf' R1 1454, Q' Od" X 478 ,r,,,,,.-ar A-As.-Y. QQ 'Hwy ,Aa -ew . uf ,Q x .4 if Y 1 5' . Riifxxaf iff 1 M7 5 .U"f'. J 5 Kg' 'A Q ' 'D ur ' ,sf 'as' "Tv" "Z- 93 .. L ,i . L VW 1 L 94 buf' ',.,--X 019 ,, jk "p. K ,,,...--1 K -waz 1 1,. 'f . E fi tm 0-CLUB The O-Club, campus Iettermen's organization, is open to all athletes who letter in any intercollegiate sport. An annual event is presenting the Homecom- ing Princess with an honorary O-Club letter sweater. John Glassman, President of O-Club, presented this year's Princess, Bobbi Garvin, with the sweater. O- Club members, aside from being active participants in sports, are also ardent supporters of OU's athletic program. This support showed in the Iettermen's interest to keep sports on OU's campus. First row: John Emery, Art Ferguson, Mike Cochran, John Glassman, Jim Howard. Second row: Bob Cramer, Jim Ellis, Tony Nocita, Louie Miloni, George Payne. Third row: Al Taylor, Dean' Taylor, Bill Moulton, Jim Herran. .fag 'ww- 4-7 Front row: Mona McGrath, Eva Rimington, Connie Claussen, Carole Lind, Maxine Kuehl. Second row: Miss Schaake, Gail Fielding, Kathie Carsey Rose Allender, Liz Weil, Nancy D'Agosta. Back row: Carolyn Kagan, Carol Vetter, Pat McAdams, Sherry Alston, Janet Seaman. P.E. NIAJORS The Physical Education Maiors and Minors Club is to acquaint undergraduate students in the field of physical education and to discuss professional advance- ments. The groups have athletic activities throughout the year. The women and men's groups are sponsored by Miss Kay Schaake and Mr. Russ Gorman. At the Nebraska Physical Education convention, Miss Schaake was elected President of the Association, and she will take her office in November when Mr. Gorman, the current president, retires. Front row: Keith Payne, Dean Taylor, Jim Howard, Jim Herran, Ken Allen. Second row: Morris Rickel, Wallace Wood, Bob Traylor, Angelo Perry, Leonard Svoboda, Bill Rife, LaVerne Casey. Back row: Bill Moulton, Bob Butler, Larry Turner, Wes Schnack, Pat Hanrahan, and Tom Hulquist. 2.4! Wu' ,F .iq i.,.:H z :,., V HW? "" E : :Ca,2I ,EE1TE .K ,, ,W ,- z'sair:!aa::: 'XHWSEEE --'eff-fi" 55'l2'EE:" Q .. 'i2S1gi:a 7 Q i 35552-s' a:f :: .. ,,.. . ,,xiw,L i i i H H can M B A + , 4325 2 3 A 3 W W ., ff 1 , , H , hh ,, ,lug 3 135+ X 1 I P is P x K , rf H Q +1 ug! Y -! Q Q y-,fr s L 1 Q Q 1, L, ,gk 5-if is mf M A x '1 -L.: . .. -- -- ---- V w:22s.:2f5: M" -:f.,: :.:5::. ... .... , .,,,, ,,4.,,, ,, ,, , ..,.. -V V, :. L , SEE'i1W ou was ready this year for the snows that never came in december, for we could not easily forget last winter UNIVERSITY CHOIR 5, 5 5 1 L The University choir was directed this year by Melvin Olson. The choir provided music for many community organizations as well as for the university. They presented an evening's en- tertainment for the "University Nights" at Christ- mas. Convocations for the students, graduation exercises, and the St. John's Passion kept the group busy throughout the year. The University orchestra, directed by James B. Peterson, made many important contributions to the University, and the community. In addi- tion to annual concerts, the orchestra provided music for the musical "The Boy Friend" in March. TOIVIAHAWK BEAUTY CONTEST :il '.ff ,., Jf-- . BETTY MCMICHAEL Alpha Xi Delta f ' a s wl r a . 6 1. .. ,,,., .gi -1 iii , LL'.' ,, 3 4 1 '. fp .wg Q 1 wg!! 1 .5 Wi, .,, .vlfl 7 f':2lf!5 A V -' :':,g:,p..f.g' 'Ili ' nl wg , -es'rx:w, I-12: 125- ,W " ff."gSj?'i5E?f5 if 2. galil :xi A ' gp 'xr-:-,i..' 2 'ii 1,2 . - F ,Jw 31" ws: if :gQwQkf?f51Ef4ilg'lq5ff 5 M y gg 2: f- 'i' faire-!Mi?i " A' .A-Qfw x,:, . , W .... M X 5 N Q I 2 'R 2nd place Kalhy Faulk Alpha Xi Delta 3rd Place VIJA BRIEDIS Unaffiliated , .meifsflmgzQffzmzfssgp In , 'mrs A ' ' X ,,,, ,mdgxiswmmeawwsimssazmmmwif ' ' fn and once again . . . the Tomahawk beauty con- test . . . and what beauty contest at OU would be complete without . . . the escorts . . . the of- ficial and un-official iuclges . . . and most impor- tant of all - the beauties? Music by Ernie Gorr, and photographers, photographers, pho- tographers. IN DEPEN DENT STU DENTS ASSOCIATION Pictures speak for themselves, and iust a glance across the page will prove that the members of the In- dependent Students Association had a most eventful year. Under the guidance of president Ken Petersen, in- dependents participated in activities ranging from "neck- ing" and poster parties, to "helping Santa Claus." Mem- bers worked hard on their Sweetheart Dance which hon- ored twin sweethearts Bernadine and Geraldine Lund. Active participation brings rich rewards, as shown by the close friendships, successful parties, and continual satisfaction in a iob well done. 'Q Front row: John Burbridge, Phyllis Pavel, Ken Petersen, Anita Lee, Ronald Virant, Joanna Witherbee. Second row: Geraldine Lund, Bernadine Lund, Margie Rost, Jeanie Suva, Jeanne Kuhn, Patricia Harubin, Janie Matthews. Back row: Jane Burbridge, Jean Kocourek, Barbara Culton, Charles Wortz, Roger Knight, Doug Adams. W F .,, 5 Kp K.-" ' away' 1 N WIS'-Q Ill lil SOPHOIVIORE GLIIVIPSES i , ,wigmw K K :ix - -.L vs ,. . ,,,,,S,, A ,X gi g . 52, . ul Lfs... a a L Nl af' Haig Dr. Carl W. Helmstadter, Dean of the College of Applied Arts. COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS A practical approach to education is offered by the College of Applied Arts. Here stu- dents find the techniques and methods designed to help them earn a living in professional and semi-professional vocations. This college, with its six departments, offers students the Bachelor of Science degree, with maiors in engineering, business administration, home economics, iournalism, medical technology, military science, and nursing. Several two-year programs lead to associate titles. This versatile College inaugurates new courses and adopts them to the students needs and developments of the community. After a broad introduction to general education, students have an opportunity to specialize and prepare for their chosen career. , gm, my Future woodworkers are kept busy. Shop students enioy top equipment. Journalism students put out the campus newspaper. Future homemakers learn about sewing. Future nurses work in the lab. Journalism speaker draws rapt attention. -'--Q-..,, 1 f M R AX ms q-3 ? K . .fly 71. . V 6- , ' lflf' , A .1,, ff . . -'ng .wh iii 3 p f is in W M, V f 5 ff Front row: Carol Temme, Joyce Stolley, Katherine McLennen, Deanne Heldt, Sunny Nimrod, Sandy Deckert. Second row: Bev Singlaub, Donna Inman, Kelly Pentzien, Carolyn Kundel, Ruda Trautrimas, Judy Vondra. Back row: Darlene Wissing, Jean Kuhn, Alice Johnson, Andrea Christian- sen, Sue Buchanan, Janet Larkin, Aveline Nelson, Stephanie Drago-un. HOIUIE ECONOMICS PRESS CLUB Front row: Paul Derry, Jack Fischer, Dick Sheehan, Ken Zimmerman. Second row: John, Ritner, Angus Campbell, Russ Grove, Carolyn Richmond, Bob Barnes, Carol Vetter. Back row: Bill Vogt, Lloyd Harmsen, Bill Grow, Steve Schicker, Roger Brown, Carolyn Johnson, Carol Sue Child, Chuck Barry. Guest speakers on iob opportunities, such as fashions and hair styling, an annual Continental smorgasbord and several teas, marked another busy year for the Home Economics club. Most active of all campus organizations is without a doubt the Press Club. Dreaded deadlines, bloodbaths and other questionable activities completed the year. The student branch of the national organization of Radio Engineers sought to advance interest in electronics as applied to other branches of science. Highlighting the year's activities was a ioint meeting with the Lincoln and Omaha chapters of the group. STUDENT ASSOCIATIVE BRANCH OF INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS lg A Front row: J.. McMillan, Richard F. Malm, Douglas Cozad, Rod Hiddleston, Walter Nodean, Donald L. Prusha, Norman L. Firkins, l.. D. Ellerbeck. Back row: William F. Albright, William Nelsen, Joseph Michael McNulty, Donald Bauerle, Francis G. Mclean, Allan R. Warrior, Robert Selclers, David Hennings, larry Duff. J AN UARV f 3 l tt - 3. se L we expected a repeat performance from 60's ole man winter . . . . . and we still ccn't forget JANUARY GRADUATION Bootstrappers stole the show at the mid-year commencement exercises January 28. Of the 322 degrees conferred, nearly two-thirds went to the career military personnel. It was the first winter graduation ceremony since the years immediately following World War II. Graduated "cum laude" were Mrs. Mary Mueh- lig, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Harry E. Mikkleson, Bachelor of Science in Business Adminis- tration. Mrs. Susan Fargher was graduated "with distinction in speech." She earned her bachelor's degree of secondary education in three years. Dr. Vance Rogers, president of Nebraska Wes- leyan University, issued a warning against mediocri- ty, citing the "new scientific and technological era we are now entering" in his commencement address. 5 if t 74 3'- 1 K L A , q .mm ww Q yn 'T - , Jrn--mf. ' .5-4f:L.i?s .- '?'.?k1..' . , ,, ,.57,J.L. S iv. A 1 -... BASKETBALL Coach Clarence lSonnyl Means, led his rookie dom- inated basketball team into a twenty-two game season and came out on the bottom. Although the averages piled up against the squad they rallied several times to take considerable leads over their opponents, only to come out as the underdog. After a fourteen game losing streak, the lndian bas- ketballers gathered all courage and walloped Hastings College in the last few minutes of the game. It was plays like this that earned the boys a title of "dauntless." led by three lettermen, Coach Means' team ran through their daily drills with the greatest of ease, but when it came time to face an opposing team, the lack of experience proved to be the squad's undoing. Hunter, Neuberger, and Wentworth, the three "big guns" of the season combined their talents with freshman Wendell Wicksell and proved to be a formidable group. But paired with teams of much greater height and experience the four were iust overshadowed although they played skillfully. 54 OMAHA Midland College 64 OMAHA Peru State Teacher's 64 OMAHA Washburn University 63 OMAHA Washburn University 66 OMAHA Doane College 63 OMAHA Nebraska Wesleyn 58 OMAHA Emporia State Teacher's 67 OMAHA Creighton University 65 OMAHA University of Pittsburgh 47 OMAHA St. Benedict's College 82 OMAHA Hastings College 54 OMAHA Emporia State Teacher's From left to right, top row: Assistant Coach Bob Mackie, Alan Ko-necky, Wendell Wiksell, Bill Derra, Ray Kirke, Roger Brown, Marvin Bratka Larry Turner Don, Lehmann, Team Manager Jerry Bull, Coach Sonny Means. From left to right, front row: Clyde Maddox, Dave Hagglund, Bruce Hunter Joe Neuberger Gary Wentworth, Ed Woodward, Jerry Kamphius. Wendell Wiksell, the sharp-shooting freshman from South High School, was high-scorer for the season with an eighteen point-per-game average. Larry Dostal, another freshman, proved his skill in the St. Benedict's game by dumping the ball in the basket for a total of fifteen points. OU appears to be slightly outreached Lettermen Gary Wentworth, Joe Neuberger, Bruce Hunter Returning lettermen were few, but the three that bolstered the team, Gary Wentworth, Joe Neuberger, and Bruce Hunter, proved to be an invaluable source of skill and experience to the basketmen. FX - .F M Wentworth , Hunter Neuberger "Look, ma, one hand" Went- worth sinks one. Hunter gets ready to grab the rebound. "Good Lord" A little confenfion- on! the floor. WRESTLING Head Wrestling Coach Russ Gorman's grapplers ended the season with five wins, five losses and one tie. This record in- cludes a win in a quadrangular meet with Graceland College, Northwest Missouri, and North Dakota State University. The team was strong in almost all of the weight classifica- tions with Arch Ferguson being named as the most improved wrestler, Ferguson is a heavyweight. Also shining during the season were Louis Miloni, who was high man with a 7-0-0 record, Bob Tallman with an 8-1-1 record, and George Crenshaw with an 8-3-0 record. The outstanding freshman wrestler was Wayne Backus, the coveted "Outstanding Wrestler Award" was presented to Bob Tallman. Elected as Co-ca tains for next ear's team were Jim P Y Howard and Louis Miloni. 19 OMAHA Northwest Missouri 14 OMAHA Fort Hays 10 OMAHA Kansas State 29 OMAHA Simpson 16 OMAHA South Dakota State 15 OMAHA Northern Illinois 'I6 OMAHA Graceland 2 OMAHA Iowa State Teachers OMAHA Denver 6 1 9 OMAHA Adams State Quadrangular meet: OMAHA 43, Graceland 32, Northwest Mis- souri 32, North Dakota State 9. ?'f'U.q SSL? A Back Row From left to right: Coach Gor- man, Covuliciuc, Tall- man, Parsons, Coach Benning. Front Row From left to right: Howard, Ferguson, M a se k, Crenshaw. Not Pictured: Brown, Folkers, Miloni, Back- us. wi- 7,1 ...,,,..-X I x Wi? ,,. ,ww ' S my n X J EFQ4' , - msd fs f ,. ,E T ,, V" 1L- M2 ' M -"' "" f V Q' ' A i 1 , W ' x . ,, ilfl .eg .Q ,s1f 31" ,f V f !.5x. A'1s5,, 4 ww.. F S' f' ag , , . 'fm 5 X f gi www V, , , MM' H - -+- I '.:mgm:aw5g9m .,:M" "' Future teacher practices her art. Future teachers learn about their profession. Student teacher practices in real life situations library aids offer future teachers much help. Dr Frank H. Gorman, Dean of the College of Education If teaching interests a student, he will find a variety of approaches at the University of Omaha. A highly specialized program offers students the Bachelor of Science degree in Education, with concentration in kindergarten-primary, inter- mediate, secondary, industrial arts, library science, nursing, physical education or special education. At the same time students may com- plete requirements for the initial Professional Elementary or Secondary School Certificate, in Nebraska and many other states. Especially valuable is the student teaching program in the Omaha and suburban public schools. Here students get the "feel" of teaching and receive priceless practical experience. Students receive highly specialized prepara- tion for the profession from an excellent staff. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION .. f I 1 K I i I 5 2 i . ' ' Q54 ,nil First row: Mona McGrath, Carolyn Kundel, Mrs. Tabor, Judy Eaton, linda Strnad, Linda Turner, JoAnn Will, Joan Haselwood, Jean Gafner, Francis Reader, Dean Gorman. Second row: Kathryn Groves, Mrs. Dodds, Kay Colburn, Deanne Heldt, Katy Harris, Marianne Myers, Dorothy Kundel, Mrs. Harsh, Dorothy Brown, Janet Gibson, Judy Henrichsen, Jean Severa, Karen Rigby, Linda Forsberg. Third row: Frederick Bean, Miss Bethel, Wanda Wittmuss, Marie Walters, Kathy Dolan, Kitty Hofschire, Gwyn Barker, Gwen Sandvall, Patricia Moulton, Peggy Johnson, Chris Nelson, Corrine Nevins, Elna B. Morrow, Wanda Wollert, Bob Nelson, Mr. Tredway. KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary is sponsored by The' Student Education Association exists to help ac- the departments of Secondary and Elementary Edu- quaint students with the teaching profession. The cation. Membership exceeded that of previous years year's activities include not only guest speakers and as more students fulfilled requirements for initiation. panel discussions, but also a tea for high school seniors interested in education. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION QQ 395 1 'W' .sc . f?-I 26 My 6 Q6 ,Q .xi na "VS" -vs of First row: Laurie McCann, Diane Barker, Lorraine Coleman, Christine Nelson, Jeanne Giles, Joyce Peterson, Barb Behr, Carol Eaton, Louise Welsted. Second row: Linda Johnson, Sharon Johansen, Barb Jessen, Linda Turner, Marilyn Schmidt, Marie Sorenson, Patty Baker, Mary Echo Platts. Third row: Jolene Snyder, Donna Phillposki, Deanne Heldt, Peggy Bridgetord, Miriam Clarke, Marilyn Olson, Bev Merica, Kathy Dolan. Fourth row: Barb Blair, Nancy Lindell, Judy Breecher, Betty Erion, Cathy Vak, Irene Parrish. Fifth row: Jeanette Gafner, Katy Harris. Bev Theil, Carolyn Karre, Ann Torbensen. Sixth row: Ramona Crookham, Diane Morey, Jean Severa, Georgia Clark, JoAnn Will, Susan Blackard, Christel Liefland. Seventh row: Mona McGrath, Mary Jean Horn, Karen Kaufmann, Marilyn Eichhorn, Marie Walter, Kitty Hofschire, Sharon Swoboda, Eighth row: Karen Rigby, Judy Eaton, Nancy McGlee, Kay Colburn, John Sheenan, John Shepard, Richard Aiken. Ninth row: Karolee Wybenga, Stan Wells, Don Olson, Pat Lyncy, Jim Allen, Dr. Dunn. 1 O hfirrnrg nf Owl' Wmaha lnivfnm M QW. I9 SX mv-If ,X b lninrrniig nf M8 , S, ' D -X V. if q"?Qi:QoOgilf'n lltvflgug nf QWBM Lfvernllg sf CIW X ff? 19, ', 61 '1...r' mt .I winner 'infmy ,,,,g,,. , Q V 1umaI K "' X fs Wtjwfi' , B i1g,4f'.,.r, my A fl-fi 'ip . 9 : 1962: hy A ' i 1- , ' lf tv. mf no Xxx vhufmgmg ,.,...,,A f UARY fr X 5 x 5 .lan Gibson Nancy Reasoner PAN:-uEl.l.ENlc council. tl The Panhellenic Council, composed of two women from each sorority, is the governing body for the four national social sororities on the Omaha University campus. Duties included uiding women's rushing ac- tivities, and co-sponsoring the annual Greek Help Week. Officers for the year were Jan Gibson, Zeta Tau Alpha, pres., Nancy Reasoner, Sigma Kap- pa, vice-pres., Judy Flint, Chi Omega, secr., Car- olyn Richmond, Alpha Xi Delta, treas. Judy Flint Carolyn Richmond Carol Sue Child JR. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Joyce Stolley Marilyn Bowley Pam Fine INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Intel-fraternity Council, composed of two representatives from each of the men's frater- nities, decides all policies concerning the OU fraternities. In addition, it meets with Panhellenic Council to formulate Greek Week activities. IFC officers this year were Larry Schmidt, president, John Gaffney, treasurer, and John Vogt, secretary. ,gum larry Schmidt A M r1,, r Q, , .", it John Gaffney Dan Harris fa,,frs A 'i2i. svi, if ,, Ken Brink Tom O'Conner Bob Wittekind iis, q X5 'r'-,, A is f ' ll QQWTN, ish' :ll i Q i"Q w as Lynn Jefferies Dean Pixley Jghn Vogf Ken Mccqllum ,, Merrily Sue Abart Dianne Barker Sandra Barry Sandy Bergsiadf Janet Bocek Judy Brecher Mary Buck Lee Burrill Kay Colburn Susan Dishon Siephanie Dragoun Mariorie Dohse Kathryn Dolan Kathie Faulk Barbara Hall Judiih Henrichsen rl M' f President ..... . . Joyce Sfolley Vice President ...... Barb Henry Secretary ...... Karolee Wybenga Treasurer . . . . Susan Dishon 55' 2, YH- 1 LV .Q Q J , M 'R calf 23 'F'-14" . 'uzszffsszsue av ' :Mimi f. . 1? JJ. If I ' .,v 'War au . 'f,.:,. . Q' 11, -fa,-. .rn .. Looking back over our past year, each of us comes to realize more and more why Alpha Xi Delta symbolized so much to us. Established on the Omaha University campus I0 years ago, Gamma Delta Chapter has continually received honor and recognition from its outstanding mem- bers. In the fall, we started off with a song as we captured the Sig Ep. Sing trophy again. An- other repeat performance was in store for us at the Theta Chi Ox Olympics. Peppy, pretty cheer- leader Tiny McMichael was selected Tomahawk Beauty Queen. Kathy Faulk received first runner- up, while Sandie Bergstadt placed in the top five. The spring semester saw the "Xi" sing their way to another first-place trophy at the All-School Sing, and go on to capture first place in the MA-IE Day contest. These activities and many more symbolize the spirit and sisterhood of Alpha Xi Delta, established on April 17, 1893, by 10 young women at Laobard College, Galesburg, Illinois. 0... 4 'Q O 6 Alpha Xi gets in the act. Barbara Henry zglll 5 lliii 'Vlii A A 51 A Y Kitty Hofschire , Q1 ' ' a H '56 Q A ' J H ' l't C ,fs fry. ll A . I f. , J Q My iz- N:-My Km i f ... f S Nancy Lindell 'G' 'tt'i -1 Lawrie Mccann ll C. .. E . ::'e.:"'1a f' ' e - it A 'f ,. . .. Q.. A 1 ' 'SEL 2 "b1 . IH 12 f.s?R. :mse Merrily McCann A iill A S " 'V , V A M H Betty McMichael C W 5 Jan Moravec 3 6, 3 gp A l ...iw K 2 D n' M ff to l r -.. - , C 'g,J we-C , , .. Min' Bch M It , ' . ,, s Y el ou on 1 ' -'leaf is ' ffl. 14" 'iff 'xy-Q i f J' Befh Nelson a a - 'tsa ttt ' MSHY Echo Pl'-WS "" 'C ' Karen Pope I N 'ii' -1- i"' I I f t Carolyn Richmond V. A j f , t ' , s fx Colleen Richmond I ig., 3.f I ..,,, V W 9 - ,Q ,,. f Gwen Sandvall , vf., ,, , I -U 7 N 4:3 N , Sue Schulz vsri FQ' ' 1 'sf N . Barbara sChWel9e' E. ...rf at-lflw--ff - lf J-me' Sem T i P J Km" Sfqcke 2 4 'iill if :li lli A tiil . .. . Sandra Staub ij ' . P ' i S . Q A ..,,'f I I i n 3 Stella Stergios , P' 4 'W Q X Q "' C' if ' Susan Thompson 3, A vs ,M W I we . M f 2 T' T ' ,gp 4 Toni Turnquist f-wi K K im.-L, Vg, , .tm ' -- f ' A we Marie Walter Q Ve " 2,2 iir A I . A V , Kurvlee Wybengu ,Q ,, A t--- s wvmofe 1 A if rs ' -' f t ' . . f ' W f if Judy Anderson Judy Bacon Sharon Baitey Mary Bishop Jene Brey Gail Browning Marilyn Brunell Wanneffe Bush Midge Buffers Behe Consfantino Connie Conway Susie Cunningham Kay Doan Donnadel Drake DeDe Erpelding Ann Ervin Jeri Fahey Rita Fiene Emily Flair Janet Gibson Janet Grossman Deannia Groves Gail Grove Mary Ellen Gundry Judy Harper Louise Hawefhorne Nikki Himberger Judy Horstman Helen Hughes Karen Jensen J- e if vm mx H J W fs '66 Q-115-f President .... . Marilyn Bowley as N f fv J .W ww. V9- "Un, - K H-. -., , -J ' A' f.. .-,, Vice President . . . . . Karen Jensen Secretary .. .. Marilyn Brunell Treasurer . . . Jane Rowland E A f 3 we Kip Q ,ki , J Nfl-ur 47 zz..-Will -, W , .ff 4. . x wp, w , " amy, ,, 'W , is es. , A . 'N ,Q V. '25 , 'S .,, Ky, Majg, or ,KX .m f Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia, on October 15, 1898, by a small group of nine friends. Today ZTA is an international organization with 35,250 members in all corners of the globe. Zeta claims 90 college chapters and 202 alumnae chapters. Gamma Mu chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha came to the University of Omaha in 1950, when Sigma Chi Omicron, the first local sorority on campus, went national. It is Zeta's aim to select for membership those girls who will ioin in realizing the obiect of "the intensifying of friendship, the fostering of a spirit of love, . . . the performing of such deeds . . . as will conduce to the building up of a purer and nobler womanhood." Melanie .leub we J -- P A Jo Ann Johnson Peggy Johnson Susan Kelly Barbara Kidwiler B- ri Marsha Kittleson ,gi Jeanne Kutilek Beverly Mercia Susan Morris B Carol Morgan A 'gg Karen Nelson ,,,, Sunny Nimrod Nancy Norton 1 1 , s'11 iw .. Mary Beth Meyers 1 f 5 'fic fl. J' if at Peggi O'Brien Jane O'Connell Marilyn Olsen Sherri Payne .4 Donna Picking W Phyllis Richard Jane Rowland 4 Beth Runge 9 i':. V, ,-t, f' Marilyn Sager i'l V LIL-ff 5 Lyn Sawyer ,g li, ,Ji -fe Mable Simpson , Qs- T , Barbara Schrader if W I Janet Smith Karen Smith ,J ft . L 4, " ' . 5 iz ' f A S J H' 5' .- -3,1 .sw .. , ..-4 'fax sssa t le ,Q-, ,.. is Pam Stromberg , N ., W Linda Struble if Tm J A Marilou Thiebault A e 1 s, B Jo Ann Volenec Susan West Linda Zoeller Judy Zimmerman 'A .ssl 'QA "f:- .I A' A VA H, .Pj ' A, , 'Sr' ,tp ,I K .fs fe' -gr Yr g, g -- we f W uitfgfs 'x x A 14' ,W 1, 1 as .ILP 'O .N- -. Q if ,ku-im -' B f ,an Nd 'ml' f. 'Q hir K 1 ...K vc 'Q ,J se A A ,,,, 4-.J 41- F K if ES ,Bras 735.2 gf ,gs - 13' 'L X . ,M 'mr 2 5 H' fu. if be R' . ,,,. 13 E: If Sandra Anderson Sue Archer Charon Allen Jenny Anderson Jane Babcock Pat Baker Patty Barlleff Barbara Behr Judy Boner Sarah Brader Jackie Brady Bev Marvin Delores Brewer Mary Burke Sandra Decker! Shielah Dunklau Mary Beth Dishon Carol Ehinger Marilyn L. Eichhorn Judith Flint Gretchen Fischer Diel Ann Gallup Katy Harris Marsha Havlu Connie Lou Hiner me,,--ffff:-1EE4"'fizlFZ16S?E5f"Sf'f5i? "' . ., ,N ,msgrf . s eg 'l ,4 Q yyeryrr ,F H ik , J k .vm , 'Six we President Pam Fme Vice Presldeni Dlel Ann Gallup Secretary Bobbi Garvin Treasurer Judy Lane Mak la iw-42 -wi' "To work earnestly, to act sincerely, to speak kindly ...... " These inspiring words from Chi Omega's Symphony helped to lead Zeta Delta Chapter through another honor-filled year at the University of Omaha. Chi Omega's Judy Flint, Sheilah Dunklau, Sue Weidenhammer, Delores Brewer and Judy Moe served on Student Council. Jackie Palmer, Ann Pence and Carol Robinson filled the posts of secretary of the freshman, iunior, and senior classes, respectively. Homecoming, the biggest all-school social event of the fall semester, had Chi Omega with the princess for the fifth straight year. The 'I960 winner was Bobbi Garvin. For the 22nd straight semester, Chi Omega topped all woman's so- rorities in scholarship. There was fun, too, following the fabulous trip for seven girls to The Greenbrier at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. for Chi Omega's bien- nial convention. The fraternity exchanges, pledge-active parties, date parties, holiday fun party and finally the annual Christmas dinner dance at the Blackstone Hotel. Donna Hoffman Judie Houk Mary Jean Ho-rn Judie Hutton Linda Jelen Shirley Johnson Karen Kaufmann Julie Klingforth Judy Lane Carole J. Lind Sharon Lohmann Karen Luschen Judy Marrow Nancy McGlee Mona McGrath Judith McKinney Patty McShane wi . n Wonder what they are smiling at? 450' sw. Ji Mary Kay Medlack ' ' Joan Mencke Judy Moe Diane Morey Kathy Orr Jackie Palmer Mary B. Paulson Ann Pence Joyce Peterson Kathy Planteen Merle Reiff Daphne Robins Carol Robinson Gretel Schmad Dianne Schulze Jean Severa Suzie Sipherd Marilynn Spear Judy Sullivan Phyllis Taylor Earlene Timm Judy Van Cleve Barbara Vanghn Shirley Wagner Sue Welclenhammer 2: ' ' J ' T ii A its.-if fr ,J T .,,.,. "uri7:Qr!!5t ,sz .st 1. gg. 'HI' ,Ribs Zi. ,S H ie'-. . 'S Q., jm- - ' - ' , ' - - . ' f 'tt' V 3 A Q ' ' f?fT.fff , A. J 1 '91 if .,y..,'., I ' ,..'fii asf' 5. ..':t , 'ff' Qi, Y ww? Jo Ann Vander Stoep J, ii V .4 'tii I . Q, . Yam 5' liking, . ,,.. V,... N Hifi'-r. i,l.'i , '1' A ' . 713' ' ii' i ' fa E - y K M H rggk W fl, is my? V -., A KN ,, , R I ,gd V .751 Qs, my ,, nf akk 1 J f 'Sa , p f.. . nh -IN- ,Q VF! r .Q ri ,,. W ,. , M ,., Um 45.31 J 205 Sandi Argentieri Karen Boylan Susan Blachard Karen Clark Georgia Clark Maria Costello Carolyn Curry Patricia Divis Carol Eaton Judith Eaton Cynthia Evahn lynn Farley Dianne Glenn Alice Hadsell Gayle Hasch Sonia Heaton Georgia Herdkamp Julie Hron Betty Howard Mary Alice Hurlburt ,., .. ., 1-,,.1, .,- ,- President .... . . Carol Sue Child Vice President .... Pat Van Voorhls Secretary . . .... Betty Selbert Treasurer .. . Kathie McLennan My 4 fe- , 4 'Y 'ik it C' M 2- "' 21 st- : . . Q 'Q ' . lt ABT' " ,r ge- t T 1 ss ,NXVA Q fm ,Q . in -ae - --f,. N442 Wana: I' 'f-I-u:.s,. ,f 'r24fi'- u 1, 451-Ku A iii' Bef W 'lv 99 i . , rrrrrr K srrs K ,.., 1' ,tg 1-emit" M55 Q lf ,Magi 3 -'NH 1 Q 'bk 2 M f if ' 6 Q' With a pledge class of 24 beauties and brains, Sigma Kappa began the 1960-61 school year. Sigma Kappa President Carol Sue Child welcomed the girls by offering pledges, as did our founders, "sincere friendships, loyalty, and loving helpfulness within our bond of continuing sisterhood." Pledge trainer Donna Pullen taught them the tradition of which all Sigma Kappas are very proud. Sigma Kappa was founded at Colby College, Maine, Nov. 9, 1874 by five courageous women. They chose the violet as our flower, the pearl as our iewel, and the tri- angle as our symbol. Beta Omega, founded at OU in 1950, had fun-filled days at the dinner dance and the Violet Formal where Gary Hurley, Theta Chi, was elected Typical Frat Man. Donna Pullen was chosen Theta Chi Dream Girl, and pledges iumped for ioy at their Sigma Kapers dance when Jerry Gilmore, Pike, was elected Mr. Pledge. Susan Hursh Vhyk W . I I'., - i v-rg-me Johnson S -so V- t tttas aar K s .1-. P rri - ' S Q Qrtr 1 r Marie Kfffpesih -. .,' 1 t .,. ' ' P Carolyn Kqfpfseh lp l nn i is aiis 1 Carolyn Kane W ,, .V . Sandi Krdlicek " S ll 5 if ll ' I 1 ' ll lxll Nt S lf, if Milda Markus A ' , if M Kay Malick V - ' , 1 ,x it 1 ffm , .f., A :gf --.t,:.:. ,-:-. 1 :- ',-:.:.f. " "'- "1 ' 1 ,' ' " 4 fllt ' 5 ln: S undo M-:Hey W rlotrb e s aaa r 9 1 Katherine McLennan 1 S 4 ,, . ,. If It , V , Bonnie McNeil 6 - W H. V, ' W Jan Meyers 'il 'i Q V, V z 'L nr. r su 2 3. Marian Meyers 'qi n f .,,,, .Q ' 1 Y 'K Polly Orr 5 ' ' ' Donna Pullen H 1 H y V' Nancy Reasoner A A ' 1 Laima Runcis 'W ' V. ,- dig 'lx' " ' Judy Binscher kd . ,M V Y , .. . r",, -1. ' .' hriy V t - 2 Lola Robefh ' ..,,, is. 1 it '51 iss r ,P S , rtet sf Q - Georgia k r .K -,. x :. Sigred Schakat , V ll '.,, , Y ' ', . 'ff N 1 Betty Seibert . , - Y Karen Shaanaway ' 6 Yvonne Teser ,, .,, ...W .,. , ,.,, . ....,, A... .R ... - , ,-.,, ,,,,, - ,V Q H-..f,,5:M ,M .V fr.. 1 M . yryi. yy, y Darlene Utterback 73 . an lj? ,l" 'W ' ' gf" Carolyn Vaska ,. llll ' . 1 y t Q ' Elayne Vondra f' . wb . ui ' 'nf 1 V Pat Van Voorhis t j I . ",,. 1' 7 ' N, Charlotte Walvoord F Q A W r- I ' 5' t 2 " Sandra Wharrall M ii Viyy ' I 'iw' Joyce Wheeler ,W K ' I 1 President . . . ..... Vic Lich Vice President ...... Larry Schmidt Secretary . . . .... Bob Nelson Treasurer . . . . . . Bob Schlesiger V2 Theta Chi's Guys were all over everything this year, from coast to coast, from athletic field to dance floor, from card table to card table to card table .... As usual the Sweater Dance started out the social season, and Julie Klingforth was voted the honor to reign as sweetest in a sweater with a nimble assist from Mike Richardson and the perennial garter. The OX-men soon heard the mating call and were off for a merry chase through sorority-land, led by a herd of schmoos and shepherd Lich. Gary Hurley broke into the Campus' Who's Who as Sigma Kappa's Typical Fraterni- ty Man, not at all unlike his usual 'typical' self. Close behind followed brother Hill bear- ing fond memories and the title of Knight of Chi Omega. Bob Wittekind bore THETA CHl'S standard into Omicron Delta Kappa, men's honorary, and Larry Schmidt watched over the Greek masses as president of the Interfraternity Council. Sports took an upswing from perpetual second-place standings last year to con- sistent first-place ratings this time around the lnterfraternity league. Yes, iust about every- thing from basketball to wrestling to bowling and back again, not to mention the pledges well deserved loss in the Pledge-Active football game. GX SWEATER GIRL Julie Klingforth XQ Bos Ashley Bill Bremer William Campbell David Coppell Brill Frilz Roberf Hohman Larry Humberstone William Johnson Lee Kallstrom Edward M. Kaos: Robert Lagerstrom Don Marquez Dennis McCreary Don Moron Robert Nelson James Pantling Keener L. Price Mike Richardson Bob Schlesinger Larry Schmidt Neil Selko Ronald Skukis Herb Spooner John Vilks Bill Welcynski Stanley Wells Donald While Larry Wilhelm Roberi Wiftekind Aivars Zeltins ,wt - f nf" .,-. y be H! 44' X asv?-v,,,f. 'fx v'-f" ,. jr . if ' " ' Qi .1 -Q ff 5' A Q.: KG' ig if ' ""' A . L K K 'ml' J V axe A H f sf.-'sfo 2zf,:1zi":f':a'lf-w " "ki"' .W Q AS 25z:,effm:', . ,, .- 1 Qmslalgm if-. -- 1"-L Qsfsliill . 5E,,,s,, Vfw-efzwgzgglwz wily- , .ff -f i sz, 1- asgleaggwfpg--gg K- . 1 f . V ,g 2 fin, J 5 x - , 1' if f oi K if i',. J -,,,:.V . gf 'X J N. .ap-" Nu' ' 'W can , -,,, 1 Q' e President ..... . . . Ron Sprandel . Vice President ...... Dave K. Smith Secretary . . . . . . Jim Lindeen Treasurer . . . . . . Roger Sharpe fn will , Since Lambda Chi first received its charter in I-954 it has had its growing pains, disappointments, and triumphs until rising to a position of significance as a fraternity and now even further boosting that position. We pause to take one backward glance at the past year. The first thing we recall is the stimulating and educational experience which was afforded us when some fifty Lambda Chis gathered at O.U. for their Great Plains Conclave. Our voice was maintained in campus affairs when Hofschire repeated and Mencke was elected to Council. Gaffney and Harris represented us on the IFC. "Naught without labor" took on new significance as we prepared our float for MA-IE Day. Disap- pointment at the All-School Sing in May was kept in mind as we prepared to win the All-Greek Sing in September. The tradition of Ugly men was maintained during the Ugly Man Contest in October when McFarlin became our fifth consecutive ugly man. A surprise awaited the Greeks at the OX Olympics as a combination of manpower, Chariot, and Frank Tapy brought home the trophy. To reminisce is oft times rewarding, but as always we work and happily anticipate the promise of the future. A ' 1- .- : ' W V " J ' l , efiE',51-nf ' AXA cREscEN1'elRl. Joan Mencke George Bleick Richard B. Bock Jack Butler Ronald Campbell Peter L. Colvin Robert Crewdson Russell Czerwinski Bob Dunn Bill Dutch John Erickson John Gaffney louis F. Gorr John Hofschire Dan Harris George Hening Roger Kronholm James W. Lindeen Bill Lucas Howard A. Martin Lyle McFarlin Reed Mencke Gregg Minier Keith Moeller Oliver Over Oscar Over Mickey Peterson Roger Sharpe Dick Slocum David Smith Roger Sprandel John Stranglen ' 'Q-' "wg all X.. -J' 'R 2' deaf' J" land' :fr , A .Y -.rw 'gg f Q I P Gly ,--0 .8 qv ,...--' -sc 1-arf J, -4-3 .' ,N 1,24 .Sq R W sw ' ez: g ,l 'if-2 V,11 If mmf S ,Ji 5 Frank Tapy V 'A . Gene Trout fm, Z, Tom Ufts "i"' V Robert R. Van Houten ,ZV - Phil Wehry -Q., 1.,:'?39 ..L7 M FR Q--war, yqf .Q """"..w, .or ...,,,f gf .Y wi' -1.51" walks? ,Armin President ............. .lack Vogt Vice-President .. George Thomazin Secretary .... ...... B ruce Olson Treasurer ...... Leonard Sweeney 'X--..,,, ...M Spirit and brotherhood! Keys to the success of Pi Kappa Alpha on our campus. last spring we started the ball rolling by winning the All-School Sing while five of the brothers were tapped into ODK. Pi K A closed its spring activities with the "Blow Out" at lake Platteview. Roast chicken, drink, and the ever-present "bird-doggin" highlighted the oc- casion. Rushweek was a delightful experience for Pi K netting 30 fine men into the fra- ternity. None of the brothers will forget the Garnet and Gold Ball, the only strictly formal Greek dance. The gala occasion, which was held in November, was highlighted by the se- lection of Jeannie Kutilek as our 1960 Dream Girl. Not only was Pi Kappa Alpha first on the campus in scholarship for the third straight year, but the brothers also obtained varsity letters in five sports and provided fierce competition on the intramural field. Thus ended another year that many times saw our men in the friendship circle singing "It was down in Old Virginny . . ." HKA as DREAM GIRL if Jeannie Kutilek A ZTA Kenneth Allen Robert Autenrieth Richard Bloedel Clark Bowesman Bruce Bressler Richard Byers John Caschha Thomas Cover John Donelan Phillip Fisher Steve Gidley Jerry Gilmore Arlo Grafton Noel Griffeth Kenneth Hargis Gordon Jorgensen Richard Jorgenson Robert Jorgensen Bill Kautter Dud Kersey Robert Kramer Jim Leslie Larry L'Heureux Tom luby Terry Maides Lynn McCallum Brian Nelson Bill Nicholson Gary Nielsen Pat O'Brien Bruce Olson Lynn Olson James Pelowski John Pelowski Lee Perkins Phil Rieff Dave Schench Dick Seddon Davie Shadle Pat Shields Jack Sinclair Rodger Stoney Leonard Sweeney Harry Taylor Paul Taylor Rod Toman Jim Trotter Erik Wagner Ken Watson Edward Young fa-' aff 5' 5 .' ,nvn , r, Cf' . - ' lf? ri" 'V L ' , - f is J , ,T s,.r AL .A ilql if 4 l L - J ree, ,. s L s f I .. ,f. -lyigy f -- B or ii"i f 1 25 rkyy .--: . In ,,,.. - . ,, VILK Q R rrr,, r.,rr r,r, ss yess ryrssssrrrss , yrsrrrc, lv if ' sivsir el it L L tirfei V J V le. J ff 'Aii 3-f R T ' so rree rr ss A ' , is ryeiii y ff t I it R rr rv i'ii it ri e e or ,J irree izffzii ex A ,,--f' W ,K . ,, :W jg J , .. 'yy iiii s ,Sr Q rr J . J i,,I fi W' f Z. 5 - -' ' ff 'f I - L Q , - M -if .ii e r A AA E A ' iL 4 President .... Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . Pledge Trainer Rod Hansen John Emery Dan Jackman Bruce Graves . Cliff Hayes Greek Week saw the Sig. Eps take a multitude of trophies, including the much coveted Intramural Sweepstakes Award. On Maie Day we made a float. Brothers tapped for O.D.K. were, Hansen, Donelson, and Moulton. Next honors came at Student Election time, when Sig Eps swept all class offices. Thanks to Karolee Wybenga we had a Sweet- heart at our dance, she climaxed the evening by a dance with Terry Olsen lthe Bunny Hopl. We also had a Sig. Ep Sing, somebody won. Socially, we had a good round on the exchange party circuit. Hansen fiddled around while the Rome Hotel burned at our annual Christmas get-together, while Bruce, at the Sheration, carried on the tradition of the Munich bombing. New Year's Eve we all watched the ball fall at Times Square, Thanks Ken. Meanwhile back at O.U., the posters still met with great disapproval by the higher echelon, but the illus- trious humor-twins carried on anyway. The Tenth Anniversary Banquet was nice. Terry Olsen was finally elected King Satan. It was better than the average type year? ZKIJE SWEETH EART Karolee Wybenga AEA Edward A. Pechar Ralph E. Anderson Wm. D. Anderson Dean Berk Terry Bernth Harry L. Bianchi Gary Biggs Ken Brink G. L. Callahan Ronald B. Clark John Davis Gary Desler Alan Draney Ken Edwards Ray Fehrman Tom Finnerty Dennis D. Graves Bruce Graves Bill Gust Rod Hansen Jim Herren Dan Jazkman Jeffrey Kennedy Vince Kotlar Mike Messina Dwight J. Moore Roger Moore Duane McKernan Bill Moulton Jack Nelson Jack O'Connor Tom O'Connor Len Olsen Terry Olsen G. W. Otto Gary Peil Jack Peterson Richard H. Peterson Charles Sanderson Chuck Schmid Ray Schuette Bill Schunk Bob Scott Clifford Shoemaker Robert Siebler E. Paul Stone Ed Tibbetts Max Voigt C .Ch in wr Q, it .5 5' ' A QC' ta. C if Q Q' ' - . -ii fe fir ' Qi k..o-fr 'K-p il' . s rrrr f""'f CC' ' B "if" ' i?i!'4'1' i"' . YE-V C ... C, C C CC . C . C C N gglz i , N' "3,'l':-JY ,, C , ,N - - , C ' 1 ' i-:, QC C CC 5' ,- wr ' ,. , H, K - B ACAC A gg A C C J ' KW M A., ii 'at if ,uf C A :C if . i :C A -W far Cm gy, 5. ,1 Qi 'f:ax,qQ,C of L, Mi' 'N Q. . ' "' Q r "' N Cl -sf 'Ki X eg ,,. A we M- ' - V, IAF K V fi C Cs -Wg, 'V 3 2 f, Civ. kv? 4, ? Lp, g A 33 gg, Q13 j C. gyg, s . A. 351 gk Vgzx A .J A 'Qi Wig, 2 :ir .Jw , I K 2' K Q A C A i. A args .f7""Q Cz, '- -gfwmb ""' ' ,, ,, L C- A , 'K' X A stii ' A A if CC CC.. : --:.C " 1-1, .,,,. , -mv , President .... . . . Al Kirk 42:39 Vice President .......... Ted Hoff 6 1 Secretary .... .... T erry Forsberg Treasurer .... . . . Phil Howland 1, 4J.vz,f This year Tau Kappa Epsilon's Omaha University chapter ioined other Teke Chap- ters around the world commemorating the 63rd Anniversary of the founding of our fra- ternity. The celebration was historic, since it was iust 63 years to the day when the first Teke chapter was formed, on Tuesday, January 10, 1898. At home, Epsilon-Epsilon Chap- ter and its members fought beautiful fall weather, vacation fever, and never-ending rush parties, finally conceding to books, lectures, and at times study. On November 24, Kay Erwin was honored as Teke's 1961 Sweetheart at our annual Red Carnation Formal. Dur- ing Christmas Vacation, Teke's helped Santa by delivering presents and holiday spirit to kids at the Council Bluffs Christian Home. Then FINALS. Most of us made it. Now saying "So Long" to the five graduating seniors, and wishing each good luck. TKE P' -'P' 7 sr' SWEETH EART soni Kay Erwin ' 1 Joe Bends David Cawsky Charles Ellis Robert Exby Jay Freed Russ Grove Dave Hagglund Bruce Hatfield Ed Higgins Ted Hoff Harvey Hornig Philip Hawland Gail Hunt Tom Hutcheson Lynn Jefferies Jerry Johnson Whitney Johnson Alan Kirk David Kundel Kent R. Looby Clyde Maddux James McLennan Mike Murray Ken Nelsen Wm. Packard Roger Perry Roger Peterson Dean Pixley Jim Rugby James Sheyga Larry Smith Brian Thilliancler Wayne Van Mehren f , H- 5- 4, lint, W 'c I , u .L ,-,A , N., 11.,, fa J. -.3 21 YW ,Jim Q 14,4 in .vw IN T liif F32 v 6191 rl 'jk' if ii . , is M 2 6 sv l ' I ew' MQ 5 if giP'+ x W . HS .W r ff:-. -L ' 1-.fl mu -,J 412 ,. x J f F 4 THE ANNUAL GREEK WEEK Pictured at left are the 1960 outstanding pledges, John Hofschire, Lambda Chip and Ann Pence, Chi Omega. Hofschire was also the fra- ternity pledge with the highest average, a 3.73. Mary Poulson and Sue Archer of Chi Omega were awarded highest sorority pledge honors with 4.0 each. 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' -1 ,X ., fig? ff: sf. - . 7: 215 5-i n , 7 -- 'K' A 1-7 M., 707.4.7--,.-mxagff7272-ww -1. ggi.. 7f1.,7,37.., 7 7 A -'L AXA IVIARDI GRAS QUEEN Kitty Hofschiro AEA 22 4, ,W a' A -- , fr Q ...W '51, f'W'a"l 'K i - V' 115 W ' -K Vi Milda Marcus Qryllis Taylor -Ed! -, , - 5. Ql , 5 l Q 2K's Barb Schrader a ' MR. PLEDGE HONORARY PLEDGES Dohie Mot? Jerry Gilmore Mike Landers Pat Shields Kendall Brink Dick Bock larry Hill X9 KNIGHTS Greeks don't drink . . . Or smoke . . . . . . Or neck? RCH the university seeks to administer to the whole individual, and through its religious organizations encourages each person to seek his own spiritual relationship , RELIGIOUS LIFE The new chapel in the Student Center was almost omitted when building plans were first discussed. Many felt OU being a municipal uni- versity, no religious attachment should exist. The original plans for the chapel set it up to be used for student weddings. Plans for other areas in the Center expanded, and the chapel area was reduced to a seating capacity of 25. The chapel was completed in December ex- cept for a stained glass window and altar which should be installed in the near future. The chapel is used by students during the day for medita- tion and prayer. Making use of the new chapel are the many religious organizations on campus that seek to develop among their members greater knowl- edge and understandin of their respective churches. -V ,'v..4-fy - my T37 VI :V 1 I fri? vb ' ,.,, V g' F 53 w fQ 52 We 2+ nl I K , it fo Q? T f i N.ZffEgQ?MJj 12' 1 ff 1, Front row: Alice Hadsell, Elaine Vondra, Carolyn Karre. Back row: Kathy Dolan, Larry Rankin, Sonia Heaton. hllE111lJlJIS51'SFTTJIJIEIIT'IICJYIEEIIIEII1' Illilhlllllll C2I.llE3 ,gd.9 'oe' 0 Front row: Mary Weidner, Lois Mixer, Mary A. Grace, Sharon Kubaf, Kathy Capek, Judy Sullivan. Second row: Joan Pospichal, Robert Weisf, Jim Skryia, leon Kloke, Tom Wallace, Chris Weigle, Jerry Vincentine, Patricia Lynch. Back row: Gary Chrisiensen, Pat Hart, John Pleskas, John Tyrcha, Jerome Carstens, Terry Pesek, Daniel Quin, Reverend Donald J. Bariek. Vice President Bruce Graves Secretary Ann Pence President Al Taylor N r JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JUNIOR GLIIVIPSES - Z new '1 34' " 52:79 amid!! 1 l COLLEGE OF LIBERAL 'ARTS Through a well-recognized curriculum of courses, the College of Liberal Arts seeks to educate the whole man. Courses in this College give the student a sound foundation in basic skills and offer an opportunity to study introductory courses in many specialized fields. The courses are divided into three divisions - which cover the range of man's activities in his search for the meaning of life and the facts of existence. Composed of 'l5 departments, this College has programs leading to the degrees Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts, with majors in arts, chemistry, economics, English, foreign languages, biology, geography, and geology, physics, history, mathematics, music, political science, philosophy, sociology, and speech. Two year associate titles. are also awarded. Dr. Robert D. Harper, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts , -- 'Nh g "-0-., N ,. I e I X M,1...... t tiy W.. M Laboratory students enjoy the best equipment. Art students show their work. School musicians practice their art. Science students practice their knowledge. Classroom activities . . . can mean art--or snakes. W qw., .eg ,gz 'Uv ,W . ww ' 'rw an-5 M-milf -4:1 in lin. .awww .79 Front row: Jean Severe, Jim Lindeen, Karen Kaufmann. Back row: Ari Simon, Yvonne Tesar, Donna Filipowslti, Paf Bartlett SPANISH CLUB Pl KAPPA DELTA fm ff" 1 Q 'V 0 N. A as MV' l 675 Front row: Ronald Boiunski, Sue Brailey Fargher, Rod Hansen, Max Voigt Back row: Dick Bokkerud, John Cady, Lyle Franzen, Alan Henderson Senoi-itas and senois further their interest in Spanish through the Spanish Club, sponsored by Dr. Christopher Espinosa. Members enioy speaking Spanish, playing Spanish games, doing Spanish dances, and singing Spanish songs. Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary forensic fra- ternity, is sponsored by Dr. Aldrich Paul. The mem- bers sponsor the "Speakeasies" and aid in running the fall "Kick Off" debate tournament. Recently re-organized is Der Deutsche Verein, or for non-members, the German Club. Plans are being made to acquaint the members with the customs, literature and traditions of the language. ff. 'gf ow., DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN it ri K vff? Front row: David P. Moore, Margie Kunkel, Rod Hiddleston, Anita Lee, John Cady. 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Orchesis .......,... Orchestra .......... Panhellenic Council .... PE Maiors and Minors .. Pen 8- Sword ...... Phi Chi Theta ............ Philip Sher Essay Contest .... Pi Kappa Alpha ........ Pi Kappa Delta Press Club .... Rho Epsilon . . Rifle Team Royalty . . . Sabres . . . Seniors ....... Sigma Kappa .... Sigma Phi Epsilon ..................,...... Society for the Advancement of Management .... . . . Sophomore Class Spanish Club ..... Student Council SNEA .......... Summer Theatre . Tau Kappa Epsilon . .. Tennis .......... Theta Chi . .. To ma hawk ...........,... Tomahawk Beauty Contest Track .......... TV Classroom ...... University Players Waokiya ....... Winter play-"Geo World Affair Insti WRA .... .... Wrestling . . . YWCA ......... tute .......... ........ . Zeta Tau Alpha .... rge Washington Slept Here" 210 46 227 135 28 24 227 162 51 36 167 198 163 90 159 42 212 232 181 158 31 220 31 64 206 214 158 176 232 150 194 84 216 55 208 20 168 52 123 41 51 195 124 37 190 37 302 Abart, Merrily Sue Adams, Doug Adams, Harold Adams, Capt. Louis Aden Dave Adrian, Frederick Aiken, Richard Albright, Arthur Albright, William F. Allbright, Major M. C. Alcorn, William Aleck, Gary Allen, Charon Allen, Jim Allen, Ken Allen, Richard Allender, Rose Alston, Sherry Amos, E. M. Anderson, Bill Anderson Jane Anderson, Karen R. Anderson, Lenita Anderson, Ralph E. Anderson Robert A. Anderson Sandra Anderson, Virginia Anderson Wm. D. Archer, Sue Argentieri, Sandi Arnold, Elizabeth Asencio, Capt. Nestor Ashley, Bob Austin,Bob Authenrieth, Robert Babcock, Jane Baber, James Bahr, David Bohr, Capt. Roy W. Derra, Bail, Dr. Milo Bailey, Sharon Baker, Bruce Baker, Eunice Baker, Patty Baker, Willard K. Ball, Vernon Barber, Harry Barbero, Dick Barker, Dianne Barker, Gwyn Barnes, Bob Barry, Chuck Barnett, Lacy C. Barry, Sandra Bartek, Rev. Donald J. Bates, Edward C. Bauerle, Donald Baumer, Lowell J. Bautla, J. Beaman, Burwell Bean, Frederick Beck, Paul Becker, Hans V. Jr. Behr, Barbara Beilis, Michael Belden, Dave Bends, Joe Bennett, Charlotte Bentley, Capt. James Berg, Erik Bergstadt, Sandy 200 174 66 66 57 104 66,194 41 181 66 108 134 159,204 160,194 163,213 104 163 163 66 118 104 66 100 217 66 204 43,204 217 43,204 206 66 66 134,209 34 213 204 28 34 66 29,97 134 104 100 194,204 66 66 99 90 132,200 194 180 180 66 200 227 66 66,181 43,51 ,66 161 1 1 1 194 104 66,158 204 1 12 90 66,215 37 67 67 200 Berk, Dean Bernth, Terry Bethel, Hollie Bigoness, Capt. Ronald Bianchi, Harry L. Biggs, Gary Birge, Bob Black, Leon Blackard, Susan Blair, Barbara Blazek, Richard Blodel, Richard Bock, Richard Bochek, Janet Bogatz, Tom Boner, Judy Bonner, Delia M. Bonner, Thomas Borchers, F. E. Barge, Paul Basking, Madge Bowerman, Clark Bowley, Marilyn Boylan, Karen Brader, Sarah Brady, Jackie Bratka, Marvin Breecher, Judy Brecht, Mrs. Eva Bremer, Bill Bressler, Bruce Brewer, Delores Bridgeford, Peggy Brink, Kendall Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brunell, Billie Dorothy James Marion Roger Marilyn Buck, Mary Buffon, D. Bull, Charles Bull, Jerry Burbridge, Jane Burbridge, John Burden, Franklin Burdigus, Alma Burgess, Elvin A. Burke, Mary Burrill, Lee Busch, Karl Bush, Wannette Butler, Bob Butler, Jack Butters, Midge Byers, Richard Calame, Kay Callahan, Gerry Campbell, Angus Campbell, Ronald Campbell, Wm. Caniglia, Al Caossley, Bob Capek, Kathy Cappell, David Cardwell, Lloyd Carsey, Kathie Carstens, J. Carter, Bill Carver, Carolyn Caschha, John Casey, LaVern Cashion, Dana B. 31,217 217 108,194 67 217 217 134 67 194,206 30,194 67 213 67 200 134 41,204 67 43,124 99 104 100 213 30 30,132,206 204 204 186 194,200 30 209 213 204 194 199,217 113 194 110 104 '130,1 86 30,34,s1 200 161 111 186 159,174 174 104 134 67 204 30,200 104 30,133 163 211 30,134 213 134 150 180 211 209 208 41 227 209 108 163 161,227 90 46 213 163 158 Casper, George Cawsky, David Chapek, Kathy Chase, Lois Chastain, James Childs, Carol Sue Christensen, Gary Christensen, R. Christiansen, Andrea Christiansen, Tom Church, Judy Clark, Edwin Clark, Georgia Clark, Karen Clark, Ron Clarke, Miriam Claussen, Connie Claussen, Don Clay, Leland Clica, Henry Cochran, Mike Cohen, S. Colburn, Kay Coleman, Lorraine Colvin, Charles Colvin, Peter L. Cooper, Mary Costello, Marla Caughlin, Mike Courtright, L. Cover, Thomas Cozad, Douglas Coznick, Buzz Cramer, Bob Crane, Roderick B. Crewdson, Robert Crofton, Joan Croakham, Ramona Crowder, Bobs Culton, Barbara Cunningham, Sandra Curry, Carolyn Czerwinski, Russ -D- D'Agosta, Nancy Dall, Marilyn Danielson, Cathern Davis, Ann Davis, Betty Davis, Harold Davis, John Davis, Joseph Davis, Mara Davison, Hurfard Deckert, Sandy Derbyshire, Russel Dergan, Arlene Derry, Paul Desler, Gary Dishon, Mary Beth Dishon, Susan Divis, Patricia Dixon, Doug Dodds, Mrs. Dohse, Margie Dolan, Kathryn Donelan, John Donelson, Richard Donne, Mae Dounieter, Neil Dragoun, Stephanie Drake, Donnadel Draney, Alan Duff, Larry 57 215 132 46 111 51,180 227 161 180 134 34 104 133,194,206 37,159,206 217 194 163 57 134 57 162 161 132,194,200 194 23,29,133 211 134 132,206 57 161 213 181 57 21,162,213 98,104 211 100 194 100 174 134 134,206 211 163 100 100 41 98,100 110 217 113 37,108 111 130,204 104 30 136 180 217 204 200 206 134 194 132,200 194,200,227 213 51 100 131 180,200 37 217 181 Dunbier, Roger Dunklan, Shielah Dunn, Bob Dunn, Dr. Joseph Dutch, Bill Duysen, Stanley Eagleson, Beryl Earl, James Eaton, Carol Eaton, Judy Edelen, Linda Edwards, Ken Edwards, Lester Ehinger, Carol Eichler, Harold Ellerbach, Lloyd Ellis, Chuck Ellis, Jim Emery, John Engle, Sharon Engle, Thelma Erickson, Carol Erickson, Dolores Ericson, John Erikson, Darline Erion, Betty Espinosa, C. S. Evahn, Cynthia Evertt, Robert Ewing, Susan Exby, Robert Fargher, James Farley, Lynn Farre, Kathy Faulk, Kathie Fehrman, Ray Ferguson, Art Fick, Shirley Fielding, Gail Fine, Pamela Finnerty, Tom Firkins, Norman L. Fischer, Gretchen Fischer, J. Kenneth Fisher, Jack Fisher, Phillip Fix, Joe Flint, Judith Fogarty, Frank Fontane, Neola Forsberg, Linda Franzen, Lyle Francke, Sue Gallup, Diel Ann George, Gene Paul Gepson, James Getschler, Robert Gibson, Janet Gidley, Steve Giles, Jeanne Giles, Robert Gilmore, AI Gilmore, Jerry Gilmore, LaVo:1ne Glassman, John Glenn, Deanne Gorman, Dr. Frank Gorman, Russell Gorr, Ernest -F- -G- H. 104 204 211 108,194 211 158 104 105 194,206 194,206 108 156,176,217 68 147,204 71 47,105,181 215 162 162 100 98 100 100 211 100 194 105 134,206 28,51 30 215 105 206 134 170,200 57,217 162 134 163 51,204 217 181 204 108 90,180 213 90 204 99 41 194 150 100 204 134 43 71 30,194 213 194 71 57 213 159 162 37,206 193 108 108 Gorr, Louis F. Grace, Mary A. Grafton, Arlo Graham, Carol Graves, Bruce Graves, Dennis Green, Berdine Green, Kenneth Green, Melvin Green, Samuel M. Griffith, Noel Grim, Richard Grove, Gail Grove, Russ Groves, Kathryn Grow, Bill Gudmundson, Joe Gudmundson, Ray Gundry, Mary Ellen Gust, Bill -H- Hadsell, Alice Hagglund, Dave Hagglund, Howard Hall, Barbara Hall, Rollin Haney, James Hanks, Bronwen Hanrahan, Pat Hansen, Lelani Hansen, Rod Hanson, Richard Hargis, Kenneth Harmen, Lloyd Harrington, Dalton Harrington, Robert E. Harris, Dan Harris, George Harris, Katy Harris, Sara Harsh, Mrs. Hart, Pat Harubin, Patricia Harvey, Tom Hasch, Gayle Hasaka, Robert Haselwood, Joan Hatfield, Bruce Havlu, Marsha Hawland, Philip Hawley, Helen Hayes, Clifford Hayes, John E. Hayward, James Hazard, Forrest Heaton, Sonia Heberling, Raymond Heckinger, John Heckman, Bill A. Hefflinger, Carolyn Heidkamp, Georgia Heldt, Deanne Helm, Wallace Helmstadter, Dr. Car Heman, Richard Henderson, Alan Hendrickson, L. Hening, George Hennings, David Henrichsen, Judy Henry, Barbara Herran, Jim Hicks, Tom Hiddleston, Rod Higgins, Ed. 20 227 57,213 100 28,217 176 159 71 71 99 213 31,113 22 22,71,180,215 194 180 90 71 30,133 217 71 186 215 200 90 71 134 163 51 51,71,217 71 213 130 71 71 211 111 21,194,209 134 194 227 174 134 206 113 194 215 204 215 29 71 71 31 105 206 71 98 71 71 206 180,194 71 l W. 178 31 71 113 211 181 194 71 162 41 181 215 Hill, Dean Elizabeth Hill, Jack Hill,Peter Hiner, Connie Lou Hlavac, Rene Hoag, Ruby Hackett, Williams Hoff, Ted Hoffman, Donna Hofschire, Kitty Hofshire, John Hohnan, Robert Holley, Leta Holman, Keith Holst, Jean Horn, Mary Jean Hornig, Harvey Hornish, Jean Hornstein, Joe B. Holley, Miss Leta Hossack, James Howard, Betty Houk, Judie Howard, Jim Hron, Julie Hughes, Helen Hulquist, Tom Humburg, Jean Hunt, Gail Hunter, Bruce Hurlburt, Mary Alice Hursh, Susan Hurst, Francis, Hutcheson, Tom Hutton, Judie Inman, Donna Inman, Dru -J- Jackman, Jacobsen, Jakobsen, Jaworski, Dan Ann V. Sharon Rich Jaynes, William Jefferies, Lynn Jelen, Linda Jennings, John M. Jensen, Karen Jessen, Barbara Johansen, Sharon Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Alice Bob Carolyn Harry June T. Jerry Linda P999Y Sharon Shirley Virginia Whitney Jones, Herbert Jordon, Joe Jorgensen, Gordon Jorgensen, Richard Jorgensen, Robert Julish, Robert -K- Kagan, Carolyn Kamphius, Jerry Kane, R. 98 111 105 204 108 100 111 215 205 194 134,211 28 111 161 100 194,205 215 30 158 159 110 134,206 20,205 163 159,206 134 163 43 215 186 206 37,207 105 215 205 180 43 217 100 100 131 100 199,215 21,205 158 51 37,194 194 180 41 180 100,108 100 215 194 30,51,194 20,30,132 205 207 215 108 118 131,213 213 213 28,31 163 186 161 A Kanes, Edward M. Kappel, Charles Karpf, Henry Karpisek, Carolyn Karpisek, Marie Karre, Carolyn Kaufmann, Karen Kautter, Bill Keefover, Harold Keeler, Carl Kehn, C. Kelly, Francis Kennedy, Jeffrey Kennedy, Paul Kersey, Dud Kersey, Grayce Kiewit, Peter Killian, Margaret Kimmick, Len Kiplinger, Ralph Kirk, Alan Kirke, Ray Kleider, Karen Klingforth, Julie Kloke, Leon Knight, Roger Knowles, R. G. 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Lindell, Nancy Linstromberg, Walter Little, Robert Lohmann, Sharon Lord, Ellen Luby, Tom Lucas, Bill Lund, Bernadine Lund, Geraldine Luschen, Karen Lynch, Pat 209 105 99 207 207 227 194,205 213 98 105 161 1 11 217 108 213 100 99 1 10 90 99 215 186 30 208 227 174 134 30 174 134 186 217 57 207 134 21 1 227 37,163 174,180 110,194 215 194 109 43 57 2o9 1o5 51,205 180 134 43,174 98 1as 111 131,213 111,158 131,213 208 194 37,163,205 211 194 105 111 2o5 109 213 211 174 174 205 194,227 -M MacGregor, Dean Jay B. Mackie, Robert Maddox, Clyde Mader, Mary Roberts Magnuson, Carl Maides, Terry Malik, Kay Malik, Jack Malm, Richard F. Marcus, Milda Markey, Caroline Marley, Linda Marquardt, D. N. Marquez, Don Marrow, Judy Marsh, Morgan Marston, Anson Martin, Cora Martin, Howard A. Marvin, Bev. Matthews, Janie Mead, Sharron Means, Means, Means, Means, Medlock Mencke, Mencke, Merica, Clarence Loren Raymond Sonny , Mary Kay Joan Reed Beverly Merriam, Mrs. John Messina, Mike Meyers, Jan Mial, Pat Miller, Barry 4 Miller, Margaret Miloni, Louie Minter, Greg Minteer, Joyce Mixer, Lois Moe, Judy Moeller, Keith Mott, Dottie Moore, Dick Moore, Dwight J. Moore, Roger Moore, Young Morey, Diane Moron, Dan Morris, Doris Morrissey, Leonard Morrow, Elna B. Moulton, Bill Moulton, Mary Beth Moulton, Patricia Munson, Sharlene Murray, Mike Myers, Marianne -Mc McAdams, Pat McArdle, G. M. McCallum, Kent McCallum, Lynn McCann, Laurie McCormick, Bob McCreary, Dennis McCune, J. McCurtain, Edmund McDaniel, W. 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