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

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THE FUNCTION OF A UNIVERSITY 2 motivated bt| an environment of information inspiration and involvement aren Pope editor and to !:creativitt( " a major aspect in this challenge teaching, training, developing U e believe , , . Editor of the 1962 Tomahawk was Karen Pope. Mary Jane Cooper was faculty editor; Malanie Jeuh, Greek editor; Carol Vetter, senior editor; Roger Brown, sports editor and Lee Bur- rill and Toni Tiirnqidst, art editors. Paul V. Peterson was year- book adviser. Greek Week activities were highlighted by the Greek Week Banquet, March 10th, in the Student Center. Chi Omega sorori- ty and Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity had the highest scholarship averages. Dudley Kersey, Pi Kappa Alpha, and Suzi Sipherd, Chi Omega, were named " otustanding pledges. " At the annual Military Ball, March 3, Joyce Stolley was named honorary Colonel. Diane Barker and Gwen Sandvall were named honorary majors. The annual musical production of the University, " The Boy- friend, " was held March 23, 24 and 25th. Susan Ewing, Judy Vincentini, Dudley Kersey, Judy Boner, Jim Pelowski and Bob Riggs played the leading roles. The musical loas directed by Dr. Edtvin Clark. Choreography by Mrs. Linda Dooley and stage settings by Jane Andersen. MARCH Faculty editor MARY JANE COOPER Senior editor CAROL VETTER Staff r The 1962 TOMAHAWK began at 12:01 a.m. on March 1. The yearbook staff has tried to record the many events that happened between March 1, 1961 and March 1, 962. We hope we have given a fair representation of the activities on the OU campus. Editor-in-chief KAREN POPE Adviser PAUL PETERSON Art editor LEE BURRILL Art editor TONI TURNQUIST Photographer DENNIS WATERMAN 23 Greek Week Scholarship, outstanding pledge and intramural ath- letic awards were presented at the annual Greek Week banquet March 10. Dr. Ralph Wardle spoke to the Greeks about " Progress " pertaining to Greek University life. Dud Kersey and Suzie Sipherd were selected as the " outstanding pledges. " Greeks dusted, cleaned and painted Camp Brewster for their project. Three pledges with 4.0 grades were Sandra Deckert, Suzie Sipherd, and Jan Myers. Suzie was aho named " outstanding pledge. " Judy Lane, Judy Flint, Diane Schultz, Sarah Brader, Suzie Sipherd and Sandra Deckert were honored for their top grades. Dud Kersey was named " outstanding fraternity pledge " and was given a scholarship by IFC. Coach Lloyd CardwelVs Indian trackmen finished the indoor season February 23 with the CIC championships at Omaha University. Roger Sayers was the top indoor pointmaker with 50 scores in a dual and two triangulars. Others include Jim Foster 18, Bruce Hunter 15, Al Roberts 14, and Tom Ash 9. Jim Foster leaps high in the broad jump. Indoor Track Roger Sayers leads in the low hurdles. Dave Hagglund does his best in the high jump. Kneeling, left to right: MIKE CURRIER, TOM ASH, ROGER SAYERS, GENE SOMER, HERBERT RHODES, RICHARD CRAMER, JASON DECKER, DONALD HENKEL, ALAN ROBERTS, LOREN DRUM. Standing, left to right: COACH LLOYD CARDWELL, GERALD RICHARDSON, DAVID GIB- SON, LLOYD CARDWELL JR., RAY HULTMA N, ROBERT WHITE, DENNIS ROSE, NOEL NEVINS, JIM FREELIN, ALFRED BALLERING, JAMES FOSTER, ASSISTANT COACH DON WATCHORN. Indoor Record Omaha 50, Doane 4B2, Hastings 38. (Tri- angular) Omaha 39 5 6, Emporia 61 1 3, South Dakota 27 5 6 (Triangular) Omaha 55 2, Nebraska Wesley an 48 2 (Dual) CIC. Emporia 83%, Fort Hays 54)2, Omaha 28, Washburn 25. Sayers takes baton from Freelin in the final leg of the 440 yd relay. 27 at OU Highlighting the annual Military Ball was the announce- ment of Joyce Stolley as honorary Colonel. Eva Swanson was made an honorary member of Angels Flight. Below, Al Taylor receives an award for his outstanding work in the AF ROTC program. Angels Front row: SUZIE SIPHERD, PAM STRONBERG, GEORGIA CLARK, PAT VAN VOORHIS, DIANNE BARKER, MIDGE BUTTERS, BARB BLAIR, SHARON JOHNSON. Middle row: MARIE WALTER, BETH NELSON, TONI TURNQUIST, JO ANNE VANDER- STOEP, LINDA JO FELTON, BARB KIDWILDER, LINDA PETERSON, SUE HORNISH, MARY JANE COOPER, JAN GIBSON. Last row: JULIE KLING- FORTH, SUE THOMPSON, MARIE KARPISEK, JAN MEYERS, CAROLYN KARRE, JUDY BRECHER, JOANNE VOLENEC, EARLENE TIMM, STARR WEAVER. 31 Boufriend " Capturing the flavor of the roaring twenties singers and dancers rocked the University ' s stage with the production of " The Boyfriend. " Under the direction of Dr. Edwin Clark, singers and dancers put forth a lot of that old razza- ma-taz and hoo-boopie-doo. Short skirts flew as dancers revived the Charleston and girls squealed. Judy Boner and Jim Pelowski rehearse the Charleston under the direction of Mrs. Linda Dooley, choreographer. On .stage as Bobby and Maisie their number proved a show stopper. 33 Bob Simpson, Judy Boner, Sue Ewing and Bob Riggs model costumes they wore in the musical. The big three behind the production were Mrs. Linda Dooley, choreographer; Dr. Edwin Clark, director; Jane Andersen, set designer. Orchestra and players on stage for the finale. Four hundred students were cited at the Honors Convocation held April 28, 1961. The citations were based upon scholastic achievement during the 1960 semesters and summer sessions. Six students received awards for special achievement. Salhj J. Anderson received first place and Dorothy L. Hicks second in the George B. Lake Memorial Prize in American History. Betty Jafek received the Chi Omega Alunma Award, and Frieda Cohen ivas awarded the Chi Omega Social Science Award. Anita Lee received the Ornaha Panhellenic Award. The winner of the Philip Sher Essay Contest, John P. Vogt, was announced at the Convocation. Alpha Lambda Delta NANCY NELSEN, JO ANN VANDER STOEP, JO LINDA FELTON, BETTY JAFEK, JAN MEYERS; MARY JANE COOPER, SUE WEIDENHAMMER, JUDY BACON, SHIRLEY WAGNER, MARY LEACH, BARBARA VAUGHN, FRIEDA COHEN, LOLA ROBERTS, MARIE WALTER, TONl TURN- QUIST, ELIZABETH HILL, LYNDA SUMMERS. Corinthians MARILYN HENDRICKS, LINDA STRNAD, REV A JEAN BELL, LAURIE MCCANN, BETH NELSON, MARJORIE COLONE, SALLY POPPINO, SANDRA DECKERT; OLON ZAGER, IRENE KELLEY, JOLENE RAE SNYDER, MARY POULSON, PAT VAN VOORHIS, SARAH BRADER, JUDY RINSCHEN, JINNY ANDERSON, SUSAN ARCHER, JOYCE CRAMER, SUZIE SIPHERD. Former GATEWAY editor Ken Zimmer- man helps put out another issue. Fall semester GATEWAY editor, Gail Grove, is president of OU Press Club. Journalism awards winners Chuck Palmer, Paul " X " Derry, Julie Zalenka and Paul Williams. Officers for the OU Press Club during the spring semester were: Gail Grove, president; Arlo Grafton, vice president; Malanie Jeuh, secretary; Tom Ash, treasurer and Mary Jane Cooper, historian. OU Press Club 3k_ , ' -7—- Front row: Steven Allen, Karen Pope, Sharon Johnson, Roger Brown, Derek Bair. Second row: Tom Utts, Malanie Jeuh, Mary Beth Meyers, Mary Jane Cooper, Shirley Johnson. Third row: John Ritner, Betty Simpson, Gail Oherg, Carol Vetter, Bill Grow, Bill Vogt. Fourth row: Francis Campbell, Sue Kelley, Lorraine Dolinsky, Carl Schreiner, Rusty Harmsen, Dennis Madigan. Last row: Rich Less, Arlo Grafton, Paul V. Peterson, Gail Grove, Leigh Wilson. 45 MAY Highlighting Ma-ie Day festivities. May 12th, was the crowning of Carol Robinson as the 1961 Ma-ie Day Princess. Carol was elected in an all school election. Her attendants were Joyce StoUey, Karen Jensen, and Donna Pullen. Winner of the float division was " Fantasy in Red " by Pi Kappa Alpha. The All-School Sing, May 19th, was held in the Student Center Rallroom. Alpha Xi Delta sorority ivon first place in the women ' s song division. In the mens division Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity captured first place. Eighteen women were tapped for membership in Waokiya. Five male students and one male faculty member were tapped for membership in Omicron Delta Kappa. Coach Virgil Yelkin ' s baseball team soared to a 19-7 season record. The team was paced by Jack Vaccaro ' s N.A.I.A. leading .491 batting average and the 9-1 pitching of Barry Miller. 47 rt mil l 48 49 Ma-ie Highlighting the 1961 Ma-ie Day festivities was the announcement of Carol Robinson as Princess Attira XXVII. Carol, representing Chi Omega, was elected in an all-school election. Attendants to Princess Carol were Joyce Stolley, Alpha Xi Delta; Karen Jensen, Zeta Tau Alpha; Donna Pullen, Sigma Kappa and Mary Schoep, ISA. Top float honors went to Pi Kappa Alpha while " little boy blue " won first place in the car division. Dai - 61 Pi Kappa Alpha won first place in the float competition with " Fantasy in Red. " Second place honors went to Lambda Chi Alpha ' s " Real George. " Sigma Kappa and Tau Kappa Epsilon tied for third place. Other activities during the day included a sun rise dance, a breakfast, a pizza lunch, and plenty of games. Princess Carol and her attendants watch Ma-ie Day festivities. Siebler scurries for a lollipop, girls defy calories, while other shake a leg. 51 and Tapping Six men icere tapped for membership in Omicron Delta Kappa at the All School Sing. One of those men is Dr. Ralph M. Wardle, head of the English department. The other five men are Kendall Brink, Bruce Graves, Rodney Hiddleston, Larry Schmidt and Allen Taylor. Eighteen women were tapped for membership in Waokiya, senior women ' s honorary. They are Joan Mencke, Jean Hornish, Jean Severa, Linda Strnad, Gwen Sandvall, Sheilah Dunklaii, Sarah Brader, Karen Kleider, Karen Kaufmann, Linda Jelen, Judy McKinney, Marie Walter, Nancy Reasoner, Carol Lind, Ann Fence, Pat VanVoorhis, Joyce Peterson and Virginia Anderson. Above: Lowell Baumer taps Larry Schmidt for ODK. Left: Marilyn Brunell taps Jean Hornish for membership in Waokiya. 55 Baseball Coach Virgil Y el kin ' s baseballers paced by Jack Vaccaro ' s N.A.I.A. leading .491 batting average and the 9-1 pitching of Barry Miller soared to a 19-7 season. With all but five of last year ' s squad returning, plus a flock of rookies coach Yelkin can look forward to another prosperous sea- son in ' 62. 56 Front Row, left to right: Don Gruidel, Wayne Baches, Dave Aden, Ray Fehrman, Ron Ludwig, Steve Cochran, Joe Neuberger, Jack Nosal. Second Row, left to right: Ken Allen, Jack Vaccaro, Ken Smith, Mike Szemplenski, Larry Swanson, John Ritner, Bill Wachtler, Doug Cornwall, Student Manager Jerry Bull. Top Row, left to right: Assistant Coach Boh Mackie, Jim Hardick, Rich Moriarty, Mike Coughlin, Boh McCormick, Gary Wentworth, Barry Miller, Stan Macaitis, Head Coach Virgil Yelkin. I ou - 4, Momingside - 1 ou - 0, Momingside — 1 ou - 4, Drake - 2 ou - 15, Nebraska Wesleyan - 3 ou - 10, Creighton - 5 ou - 10, South Dakota U. - 4 ou - 8, South Dakota State - 2 ou - 1, South Dakota State - 3 ou - 5, St. Benedict ' s - 0 ou - 9, St. Benedict ' s - 1 ou - 3, Rockhurst - 4 ou - 8, Rockhurst - 6 ou - 11. William Jewell - 3 OU - 4, Creighton - 5 OU — 5, Emporia — 2 OU - 1, Emporia - 0 OU - 4, Wayne - 9 OU - 13, Wayne - 1 OU - 7, Wayne - 6 OU - 9, Mayville N. D. State - 0 OU — 5, Emporia — 3 OU - 14, Mayville N. D. State - 0 OU - 2, Sacramento, Calif., State - 1 OU - 1, Grambling, la. - 4 OU - 9, Defiance, O. - 1 OU - 3, East Carolina State - 11 Doane Rehij winners (Left to right from bottom) Roger Sayers, Dennis Dunning, Lloyd Cardwell Jr., and Bruce Hunter. Sayers .set a record in the 100 Yard dash and all four set a record in the 880 Yard relay. They also won a trophy in the mile relay. Lack of depth hurt the team both in indoor and outdoor track. The squad broke 26 records and tied five, along icith taking 70 first places and 36 second places during the season, the number of first and second places icon .should be enough to win most meets, but the failure to win more third, fourth and fifth places is what prevented the squad from winning more meets. Coach Cardwell is hoping that the depth he needs so badly will come this year. Season record OU Opp 57 South Dakota University 74 49 2 Wayne State 81% 87 Morningside 44 Track Front Row, left to right: Gene Somner, Dave Jatiron, Bruce Hunter, Dennis Dunning, Dave Hagglund, Roger Satjers. Top Row, left to right: Coach Lloyd Cardwell, Warren Lenz, Roger Knight, Lloyd Cardwell Jr., Marv Bradka, Dave Schneider. Standing, left to right: Coach Clarence " Sonny " Means, Bob Ogden, Dick Donelson and Jim Belitz. Kneeling: Paul Melingaucho, Lee Perkins and Lyle Frozen. The Indians tennis squad coached by Clarence (Sonny) Means finished fourth in conference play after winning six of nine duel meet matches during the season. Jack Belitz and Dick Donelson No. 1 and No. 2 most of the year, were the top winners for the Indians. Season Record Tennis ou OPP 4 Midland 3 2 Nebraska U. 5 7 Doane 0 4 Creighton 3 7 Doane 0 5 Creighton 2 1 Washburn 7 2 Iowa State 5 5 Drake 2 62 Spring Sports The Spring sports, led by baseball and golf, again had successful campaigns. Virgil Yelkin ' s baseball team ended the season with a 19-7 record and earned its third straight trip to the National NAIA championships. They won titles in both the CIC and the Kansas-Missouri-Nebraska league also for the third time. Coach Bob Anthes ' golfers had the next best mark winning 9 of 13 contests. Anthes ' teams have won 37 while losing seven and tying two the past three years. Lloyd Cardwells track squad, hurt by the lack of depth ended the season tvith a 1-2 mark. The fraternities also participated in track activities which was highlighted by a one-mile team race. 63 Officers: DEAN TAYLOR, LOUIS MILONI, DAVE GIBSON, }IM HOWA ' RD, MEL MASEK, ARCH FERGUSON. O Club The purpose of 0-Club is to promote school spirit and recognize outstanding ath- letes. The club is sponsored by Don Watchorn. George Payne applies the paddle to Carl Meyers and Jack Kiscoan. Front row: DEL CARTER, WAYNE BACKES, TONY ROBER- TO MEL MASEK, JIM HOWARD, PAUL LIMAS, LOUIS MILONI Middle row: CARL MEYERS, ARCH FERGUSON, BARRY MILLER, STAN KURTZ, DICK SOCHA, LLOYD CARDWELL, JR., STAN MACAITIS, GEORGE PAYNE, DON WATCHORN. Back row: GERALD RICHARDSON, RAY RIVERA DEAN TAYLOR, JACK KISCOAN, MIKE MILES, ED STANEK, DAVE GIBSON, KEN ALLEN, MAX JONES. Front row: LINDA DOOLEY, LIZ WEIL, ROSE AL- LENDER, SHARON IRWIN, CAROLE JEFFREY, JOAN JORGENSEN. Back row: IREN CHIN, CARO- LYN KAGAN, CLAUDIA MAY, DOROTHY BRIAN, LINDA JELEN, ARLENE BAKER, KATHLEEN NANFITO, NANCY D ' AGOSTA. P.E. Majors Front row: DAVE GIBSON, JIM HERREN, DAVE JAURON, RON CANUSO, KEITH PAYNE. Back row: STAN MACAITIS, JERRY RICHARDSON, RALPH ANDERSON, NEIL GALLOWAY, JIM KRESNICK JIM ELLIS, RUSS ROBERTS, DEAN TAYLOR KEN ALLEN. " In giafifude to my University, I pledge myself to fulfiU her high hopes in me to the best of my ability; to work for, support and encourage her progress in higher education; to mointain a close interest in her welfare, and to assist her every endeavor. These things I pledge in the belief that my University shall always move forward. " 67 Above: Summa cum laude graduate, Lowell Baumer, talks with cum laude graduates Mrs. Irene Hoover, Judy Lane, Mrs. Janine Zinn, Mrs. Jean Humberg. Center: Bob Everett graduates as outstanding ROT C -journalism student. Below: Seniors wait in line for degrees while faculty members scan their programs. m An integral part of the University ' s Adult Education program have been the classes at Offutt Air Force Base, a year- around program shown here nal Exam weeK: moment or Seniors Notice ♦ luatlng seniors must j) their caps and go » ns boolf store «)n June I Senior Bruucli will he Student ( ' enter at i ' liSi) alaureate services will same day at 5. p in. Stadium. meneenn nt exercises e tlie folloMing day, y. June 5, at 5 p. ni. stadium. In the event I, tlK- eeremonies will I In tlie Held House. Petersen, former jji ' V- if Nebraska and former iador to Den- ' ■ ?sidcnt Kisenli i til e " onuueuce.mcii t The Qateway Vohuue OMAHA I MVKKSn Y OMAHA, NKBKASKA, MMDAV, MAY , ' ?t{. UWil No. Cost of Program Changes Goes Up The Regi.strar ' s prO ' -: IIS ' Mencke i of ip honoiT; :oming :»t ude Jean t; Jean ?an Eli f ' i i Linda St resident a, senior r mcTi Eicers arr ddent; ik, t ar -iV: ode; :. Th: ■ Mlli ' ' etersoi! Junior- th an cf! r better ducal io?i: iiGe. vers; 1 " Vf Hitting the trail for the GATEWAY durkig ike-Spring of 1961 were Ken Zimmerman, Gary Swanson, Arid Grafton, Mary Jane Cooper, Tom Utts, Betty Simpson, Gail Grove, Bill Vogt, Carl Schreiner, Leigh Wilson, Carole Seibert, Chuck Palmer, Chuck Barry, Russ GroveyBill Grow, Roger BroWny Sharon) Johnson, Paul Derry, Lloyd Harmsen, Carol Sue Child, Pam Stronberg, Bob Barnes, Don Kemp andiPaut Peterson. Final Exa riasM Hours loesday, Muy 3, Thursday, May 25 t:ni| 109 111 one; ll:.iO MVVf or uii 12:3(1 MWF or all Soturday, May 77 7:30 MWF or :i!! :30 T Th Monday, May 9:30 MWP or o ' 9:30 T Th 3:30 MWF or oi! " ■ii-: i: 8, Roiini .j.i p. m. M ' liirtf 7:00 p. rn. Wp:. Thursday, Jum Ali UdSCheCuleri 0 S i It i i pi ' i l. , . (I), Bali wu Summer school is intensified schooling. The summer school student spends an hour and 15 minutes in class six days a week for five weeks. But summer school is not all studying. There are conferences, clinics, foreign visitors, plays and workshops. JULY The Big C ' s - Classes, conferences, clinics, concerts— were typical of the summer sessions at the University. TJie pictures on these pages demonstrate but a few of the variety of activities that constituted the summer sessions under Director Donahl Z. Woods. Registration figures were up again. Lab instruction . . . construction . . . institutes . . . visiting instructors . . . and art classes. Under the direction of Dr. Edwin Clark summer school students put on three plays. Playing the leading roles in " Come Back Little Sheba " were Robert Hansen, Cherie Shaver, Ned Nassaman and Carol Kohl. " Sheba " was given July 6-8. The July 18-22 production of " The Doll ' s House " saw Neil Shaver, Susan Peters, Tom Hicks and Larry Jorgensen in the spotlight. A combination of " The Sandbox " and " Krapps Last Tape " was given August 1-5. Leads in " The Sandbox " went to Ken Leeper, Neola Fontane and Jim Cox. Rudyard Norton played the lead in " Krapps Last Tape. " Director of " Doll ' s House " was Assistant Dean Curt Siemers. 76 Pen Swiord Societtf A society organized for the Bootstrappers. Its purpose is threefold first to perpetuate an annual scholarship in the name of the society. Second to provide an opportunity for social activities for the members, and three to assist incoming Bootstrappers. Major Elrner Spence of the society presents a 50 star flag to OU ' s USAFROTC unit. D. Kent McCallum receives the annual Pen and Sword scholarship from Col. Richard Seitz. The scholarship is awarded annually to a deserving under graduate by the Alumni hoard. The society has its distaff side. Delores Browning, Ellen Bitting and Ava Peen are shown concentrating on the more puzzling aspects of college life. ' 8 Spring officers of the Pen and Sword Society were H. Miller, special activities; L. O. Amund- son, publis relations; B. E. Gill, secretary; N. F. J. Allen, presi- dent; M. Jeffords, treasurer; D. Buono, social secretary. Fall offi- cers were J. Warren, president; L. Bjostad, secretary; Elmer Spence, treasurer; R. Via, public relations; Frank Mellina, social secretary; Larry Albers, special activities. The picture below represents but a small share of the current membership. The society had a registered membership of 323 for the 61-62 academic year. The membership, however, is of life time duration, and there are a total 732 members. Many new persons joined the OU faculty this year. Returning to the art department was John V. Blackwell. Other new faculty members were C. Harrold Bush, speech; Neva Currie, biology; Virginia Frank, Euglish; Albeno Garbin, sociology; Albert Lar- son, geography; Donald Orban, speech; D. T. Pedrini, psycholo- gy; Rosalie Saltzman, English; Donald Shult, physics; Raymond Smith, history; Sebastian Spagnuolo, foreign languages; Elroy Steele, economics; William LaMar, engineering; James Borsheim, physical education; Robert Ackerman, elementary education; Joe Hanna, secondary education; Wayne Higley, accounting; Sherman McCord, marketing; Willis Rokes, insurance and Major Emilio Rata, AF ROTC. Those who did not return to the University faculty were Russell Derbyshire, zoology, retired; Roger Dunbier, geography, on leave of absence; Carl Keeler, biology; James Fargher, psychology; Jerry Rojo, speech; Gordon Schilz, geography, on leave of ab- sence; Paul Therkildsen, economics; Roger Twedt, art; William Alcorn, education; Mara Davis, loomens physical education; Russell Gorman, men ' s athletics, on leave of absence; Robert Mackie, athletics; Clarence Means, men ' s physical education; Kathryn Schaake, women ' s physical education; Anson D. Mars- ton, engineering, on leave of absence; James Chastain, insurance; Robert Little, business administration; Major L. Hendrickson and Captain A. H. Swanson, AF ROTC. The Regents of Omaha U are responsible for the broad policies tinder which the University is operated. Upon the recommendation of the faculty, deans and president, the Board also grants degrees. Thus, academic and business matters are wedded to permit the University to carry out its basic function — that of education at its best for the people of Omaha. Officers for the year were: F. E. Borchers, president; Ralph Kiplinger, vice-president; and Mrs. John Merriam, secretary. MR. RALPH KIPLINGER, Guarantee Mutual; MR. HENRY KARPF, Omaha National Bank; MR. SAMUEL GREENBERG, Philips Store; DR. HARRY BARBER, D. D. S.; MR. F. E. BORCHERS, Swift and Co.; MR. FRANK FOGARTY, Meredith WOW; MR. VARRO RHODES, First National Bank; MR. PETER KIEWITT, Peter Kiewit Sons; MRS. JOHN MERRIAM. 84 The President Certainly the most awesome job at the University is that of the presidency. Under President Milo Bail ' s leadership Omaha University has shown significant growth and development in enrollment. President Bail supervises administrative policy, interprets rules and, in general, keeps the University running smoothly. KIRK NAYLOR, professor of education, dean of adrninistration CLARENCE LEFLER, superintendent of buildings and grounds; JOHN F. HECKINGER, instructor of accounting, director of university services; ROBERT S. MCGRANAHAN, associate professor of journalism, director of general printing and information; THELMA ENGLE, university hostess; JAMES OCHSNER, purchasing agent; HAROLD KEEFOVER, controller Administration 86 • J. • RODERIC B. CRANE, ;ie frederick w. kayser professor of economics, head of the department, assistant to the president WILLIAM E. JAYNES, associate professor of psychology, head of the department, director of industrial testing and institutional research; IVAN CHRISTIANSEN, business manager for student activities; HARVEY VOGLER, business manager for athletics; RONALD PULLEN, director of audio visual;. B. GALE OLESON, assistant professor of education, director of academic testing and counseling; VELMA TITZELL, cashier; G. M. McCARDLE, director of student health; BERNARD L. KOENIG, bookstore manager. 87 ROBERT D. HARPER, professor of English, dean of the college of liberal arts, 1948, College of Liberal Arts mi |OHN V. BLACKWEJ.I,,, associate professor of art, head of the department, 195S; JANE E. ANDER- SEN, assistant professor of art, 1956; KENNETH E. NEHMER, assistant professor of art, 1960; PETER W. HILL, instructor of art, 1958. FRANKLIN H. BURDEN, assistant ■ instructor of chemistry, I960; PAUL J. STACEMAN, assistant professor of chemistry, 1941; D. N. MARQUARDT, professor of chemistry, head of the department, 1954; WALTER VV. LIN- STROMBERG, associate professor of chemistry, 1955; C. ROBERT KEPPEL, Assistant professor of chemistry, 1960. PAUL J. GARDNER, assistant professor of biology, chairman of nurses training, 1960; MERLE E. BROOKS, associate professor of biology, 1959; KARL H. D. BUSCH, professor of biology, head of the department, 1956; NEVA CURRIE, assistant professor of biology, 1961. RALPH M. WARDLE, professor of english, head of the department, 1938; ROBERT D. HARPER, professor of english, dean of the college of liberal arts, 1948; BERYL A. EAGLESON, imtructor of english, 1958; HEDVIG C. M. NYHOLM, associate professor of english, 1946; VIRGINIA FRANK, assistant imtnictor of english, 1961; ROSALIE COHEN SALTZMAN, instructor of english, 1961; BRUCE P. BAKER, II, instructor of english, 1958; MAi ION M. BROWN, associate prof essor of english, 1955; PAUL C. RODGERS, associate professor of english, 1955; MARGERY B. TURNER, instructor of english, 1960; RICHARD I. ALLEN, assistant professor of english, 1959 ELROY STEELE, associate professor of economics, 1961; RODERIC B. CRANE, the frederick lo. kayser professor of economics, head of the depart- ment, assistant to the president, 1938 SEBASTIAN A. SPAGNUOLO, assistant professor of foreign languages, 1961; DAVID P. MOORE, assistant professor of foreign languages, 1961; VOJISLAV DOSENOVICH, instructor of foreign languages in the college of adult education, 1955; CHRISTOPHER S. ESPINOSA, professor of foreign languages, head of the department, 1931; FORREST R. HAZARD, assistant professor of foreign languages; 1958 90 BENJAMIN STERN, instructor of mathematics, 1956; HARRY L. RICE, associate professor of mathematics, 1942; JAMES M. EARL, professor of mathematics, head of the department, 1931 WILFRED PAYNE, professor of philosophtj, head of the humanities department, 1931; REV. BENJAMIN F. SCHWARTZ, instructor of religion, head of the department, 1955 A. STANLEY TRICKETT, professor of history, head of the department, 1957; GEORGE A. ROTHROCK, JR., assistant professor of history, 1958; CASPER OFFUTT, lecturer in latin american history, 1959; ROY M. ROBBINS, professor of history, 1954; FREDERICK W. ADRIAN, professor of history, 1946; RAYMOND A. SMITH, JR., instructor of history, 1961 91 MELVIN D. OLSON, assistmU professor of music, 1960; RAYMOND W. TRENHOLM, assistant professor of music, 1954; JOHN MILLER, associate professor of music, 1955; KERMIT C. PETERS, instructor of music, 1959; JAMES B. PETERSON, professor of music, head of the department, 1953; JAMES L. TAGGART, assistant professor of music, 1960; JACK A. MALIK, instructor of music, 1958. JOHN M. NEWTON, assistant pro- fesso r of psychology, 1960; FRAN- CIS M. HURST, associate professor of psychology, 1954; WILLIAM E. JAYNES, associate professor of psy- chology, head of the department, director of industrial testing and institutional research, 1958; D. T. PEDRINI, associate professor of psy- chology, director of child study services, 1961. DONALD K. ORBAN, instructor of speech, 1961; PAUL D. BORGE, instructor of speech, director of radio-tv laboratory, 1956; CURTIS B. SIEMERS, instructor of speech, assistant dean of student personnel, 1960; ELIZABETH L. HILL, associate professor of speech, associate dean of student person- nel, 1956; ALDRICH K. PAUL, associate professor of speech, head of the department, 1957; WARREN Y. GORE, imtructor of speech, 1958; VIRGIL V. SHARPE, instrutcor of speech, assistant registrar, 1959; EDWIN L. CLARK, professor of speech, director of university theater, 1951; C. HARROLD BUSH, assistant professor of speech, technical director-designer of university theater, 1961. ALBENO P. GARBIN, instructor of so- ciology, 1961; PHILIP H. VOGT, associate professor of sociologt , 1960; EDMUND- G. Mccurtain; professor of sociology, head of the department, 1957. WILLIAM T. UTLEY, professor of political science, head of the department, director of institute of world affairs, 1948; W. C. B. LAMBERT, associate professor of political science, 1957. THOMAS N. BONNER, professor of history and socicd science, head of the social science department, 1955. CARL W. HELMSTADTER, professor of accounting, adviser for milifartj sceience department, dean of the college of applied arts, 1929. College of Applied Arts CAROLYN J. KUNDEL, instructor of home economics, 1959, MARGARET P. KILLIAN. profesnor of home economics, head of the department, 1944 CHERYL H. PHEWETT, associ ite pro fessor of engineering, 1940; HAROLD L. DAVIS, assistant professor of engineering, 1956; FREDERICK C. WEISSER, Jnstructor of engineering, 1958; ' JAMES Q, HOSSACK, assistant professor of engineering, director of technical institute, 1959; SYLVESTER V. WILLIAMS, professor of engineering, head of the department, 1953; JAMES H. BROWN, associate professor of engineering, 1949; WILLIAM B. LEMAR, assistant professor of engineering, 1961 96 PAUL V. PETERSON, associate professor of journalism, head of the department, director of student publications, 1955; ROBERT S. MCGRANAHAN, associate professor of journalism, director of general printing and information, 1950; DONALD E. KEMP, instructor of journalism, 1961 College of Education FRANK H. GORMAN, professor of education, dean of the college of education, liaison director of child study service, 1948. 98 •■V ' J BERNARD L. DKHlt HS, JR., instructor of eduaitum, as.sislant mtpcrvAsor of militanj education program of the college of adult education, 1961; GEORGE R. RACH- FOKD, associate professor of education, dean of the graduate divmon, 1958; RONALD L. PIJLLEN, instructor of education, director of audio -visual department, 1939; DONALD J. PFLASTERER, associate professor of education, dean of student personnel, 1946: FRANK H. CX)HMAN, professor of education. 194H: ROY W. NOLTE, associate professor of education, sujierrAsor of mihtary education program of the college of adult education, 1952; KIRK E. NAYLOR, professor of education, dean of administration, I960; B. GALE OLESON, assistant professor of education, director of academic testing and counseling, 1955; YVONNE H. HARSH, assistant instructor of education, director of student and teacher placement, 1944. HOLLIE BETHEL, professor of elementary educa- tion, head of the department, 1951; ROBERT L. ACKERNLAN, instructor of elementan education, 1961; JOSKFH G. DUNN, professor of elementary education, 1955; DORIS II. TABOR, assistant pro- fessor of elementary education, 1958; DANIEL C. TREDVVAY, assistant professor of elementary education, 1958. RENE E. HLAVAC, instructor of education, I960; PAUL G. KENNEDY, professor of secondary education, head of the department, 1955; JOE E. HANNA, instructor of secondary education, 1961; HEBERT M. JONES, assistant professor of secondary education, 1960; HARRY W. JOHNSON, assistant pro- fessor of secondary education, director of reading improvement laboratory, 1955- 99 LLOYD R. CARDWELL, imtnicior of physical ediicalion for men, track coacli, 1946; BERT M. KUR ' l ' il, instructor of physical ccliication for men, director of men ' s intramural sports, 1959; ERNEST F. GORR, assistant professor of physical education for men, 1947; VIRGIL V. YELKIN, associate professor of physical education for men, director of athletics, baseball coach, 1946; AL F. CANIGLIA, instructor of physical education for men, football coach, 1958; JAMES O. BOR- SHEIM, instructor of physical education for men, basketball coach, 1961; ]. KENNETH FISCHER, instructor of physical education for for men, assistant coach. 1960; DONALD C. WATCHORN, instructor of physical education for men, assistant coach, 1959. LINDA DOOLEY, instructor of physical educa- tion for women, 1960; JOAN C. JORGENSEN, instructor of physical education for women, 1961. 100 liiiiiii i ' li JOHN W. LUCAS, professor of business administration, head of the department, dean of the college of business administration, 1938. College of Business Administration Recipients of ten-year pins were EDWIN CLARK, ROBERT KRENZER, ROBERT MCGRANAHAN, HOLLIE BETHEL, CHARLES BULL, MICHAEL WOLENSKI, EVERETT SWANSON, CORRADA HUNT- INGTON, MILDRED FORD, BETH ROBERTS, ART LIVINGSTON. 1 SHERMAN W. MCCORD, instructor of business administration, 1961; GEORGE T. HARRIS, professor of business administration, 1955; FRANGIS S. KELLY, assistant professor of business administration, 1959; JOHN W. LUCAS, professor of business administration, 1938; CHARLES M. BULL, associate professor of business administration, 1950; JACK A. HILL, assistant professor of business administration, 1955; C. GLENN LEWIS, associate professor of business administration, director of real estate, 1947; JOHN D. LEONARD, assistant professor of business administration, 1955; JOYCE MINTEER, assistant professor of business administration, 1951 HURFORD H. DAVISON, professor of retailing, head department, 1948 VERDA RAUCH, assistant professor of secretarial science, 1955; LETA F. IIOLLEY, professor of secretarial science, head of the department, 1946 WILLIS P. ROKES, associate professor of insurance, director of insurance program, 1961 WAYNE M. HIGLEY, instructor of accounting, 1961; BURWELL G. BEAMAN, instructor of accounting, 1960; JOHN F. HECKINGER, instructor of accounting, director of university services, 1958; CARL W. HELMSTADTER, professor of accounting, 1929; WILLIAM C. HOCKETT, professor of accounting, head of the department, 1949 College of Adult Education WILLIAM T. UTLEY, professor of political science, head of the department, director of institute of world affairs, 1948; WILLfS P. ROKES, imvciate professor of imu ranee, head of the department, 196.1: BERNARD L. BEHERS, JR.. imtructor of education, assistant stiperviwr of militanj education program of the cuUegc of adult education, 1961; ROY W. NOLTE, associate professor of educiition, supercisor of militanj education program of the college of adidt education, 1952; O ' lTO W. SXAHR, Ji;,, associate professor of education, assistant dean of the college of adult education, 1959; DONALD Z, WOODS, professor of speech, director of summer sessions, 1959: NflCI)!:: ]. Blill JS. assistant professor of foreign languages, director of conferences and workshops, community service courses, 1955; JANIES Q, HOSSACK, assistant professor of engineering, director of technical institute, 1959. Alumni Board: Front Row: Lewis Radcliffe, Dick Cot- S«c c Row: Charles Borg, Don Maseman, Harold ten, Mrs. Marilyn Kiffin, Mrs. Joan Post, Mrs. JoAnn Poff and Thomas Moore. Helme, Miss Helen Howell, Dick Beem and President Don Fitch. 108 pBERT M. KURTH, insiructor of physical education for men, director of men ' s intramural ' sports, 1959: CURTIS B. SIEMERS, instructor of speech, assistant dean of student personnel, 1960: VIRGIL V. SHARPS, instructor of speech, assistant registrar, 1959; WILLIAM J. GERBIL CHT, director of student activities, 1949; ALICE C. SMITH, registrar, 1941; GENEVIEVE PRICE, assistant registrar, 1945; B. GALE OLESON, assistant professor of education, director of academic testing and counseling, 7.95.5; ELIZABETH L. HILL, associate professor of speech, associate dean of student personnel, 1956; BETTY DAVIS executive secretary of alumni association, assistant dean of student personnel, 1956. 109 STUDENT ACTIVITIES-MAJ. EMILIO P. RATTI, JOHN F. HECKINGER, THELMA ENGLE, ELIZABETH HILL, BERT KURTH, JACK A. MALIK, PAUL V. PETERSON, DONALD J. PFLASTERER, KIRK NAYLOR, WILLIAM J. GERBRACHT. SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS- DONALD J. PFLASTERER, JOYCE MINTEER, ELIZABETH HILL, FRANCIS HURST, JAMES H. BROWN, RALPH W. WARDLE, KIRK NAYLOR. ATHLETICS-SYLVESTER WILLIAMS, HARVEY VOGLER, GEORGE HARRIS, RODERIC B. CRANE, DICK KAEGEL, A. STANLEY TRICKETT, KIRK NAYLOR, ROY W. NOLTE, MARILYN HAMILTON, VIRGIL V. YELKIN, WILLIAM T. UTLEY, LT. COL. SHIRL SWENSON. BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS-RICHARD ALLEN, MIDGE BUTTERS, PAUL V. PETERSON, JOHN G. HECKINGER, ROBERT S. MCGRANAHAN, KIRK NAYLOR, JUDY VAN CLEVE, IVAN CHRISTIANSEN, GAIL GROVE, DONALD J. PFLASTERER. Universitq Committees ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL-HAROLD D. KEEFOVER, MILO BAIL, JOHN W. LUCAS, RODERIC B. CRANE, KIRK NAYLOR, THELMA ENGLE, ROBERT D. HARPER, ELLEN LORD, ROBERT S. MCGRANAHAN, ELIZABETH HILL, ALICE C. SMITH, CARL W. HELMSTADTER, DONALD J. PFLASTERER, MERLE E. BROOKS, HARRY W. JOHNSON, WILLIAM J. GERBRACHT, VIRGIL V. YELKIN, JAMES Q. HOSSACK, FRANCIS S. KELLY, FRANK H. GORMAN, GEORGE RACHFORD. 113 CORRODA HUNTINGTON, RUBY HOAG, RUTH EICHORN, MELVINA STEVENS, EVA SWANSON, JEAN HOLST, VELVEEDA GILL, RUTH OLMSTEAD, PEARL PARSONS, VIRGINETTE OLSON; MAY HUTCHINSON, HELEN MANNING, MYRLE PANTIER, ALMA HALL, CAROLYN STOKES, GRAYCE KERSEY, JUANITA WELLS, JEAN FAULKNER, JANET OLSON, CAROLE EHRICH; MARGARET RUSH, JUNE JOHNSON, CLODY WRIGHT, PEG STALEY, JIM STEVENS, CAROLYN RINDFLEISCH, BARBARA REED, BUFORD BYARS, JANE STEFFA, GENEVIEVE PRICE RENEE WAUGH, BESS WEINSTEIN, CAROLE LONG, LENORE PLYMATE, SHIRLEY JESPERSN, DELMAR WOODS, GEORGE GREER, BETTY LUTZ, DOLORES ERICSON, ALICE PRATT, EUNCE ROLAND, BETH ROBERTS, JOHN PEARSON, JOE PECHA, MARILYN HAMILTON, DOROTHY WILLIE, CAROL MUSFELDT, JERILYN CRAWFORD, BETTY EDMONDS, EVELYN SCOTT. ELENORE ROBISHAW, IMOGENE JOHNSON, LUCILLE BRAWNER, lONE BABCOCK, CLARA LESLIE, MILDRED MOORE, MARIE SCHIMONITZ, MILDRED FORD, JOSEPHINE CLARK, ALGA BIELSKI, EARNESTINE KERR, AWELLA VIDLAK, WESLEY DEVEREAUX, MISAKA GRAGE, MARY JOHNSON, FRANK ELIAS, CHARLES MUNK, EULA THOMPSON, LAWRENCE JENNINGS, LILLIAN STEVENS, DONALD BAIN, LLOYD TAYLOR, DENNIS CHRISTOPHER, LONNY DEN- NISEN, VELMA SHAW, THELMA MURRAY, MURIEL EDSON, IRENE IVEY, JAMES MCCUEN, EVA BRUNER, VERA KEPHART, HARRY HORN, MAE LUCY HAWKINS, JO LARSON. 114 Staff Personnel ROBERT CROUCH, CLYDE FRANCISCO, ALBERT DOHSE, WALTER HARRIS, JOHN ROBINSON, DEAN LINES, GOTTLIEB STORZ, WILBUR GLADDEN, WILLIAM VOOR VART, THOMAS LEA, GEORGE LYNCH, FRED FERRIS. BERNICE MITCHELL, JOHN BROSNIHAN, ROSIE LEE DERRICK, lOLA BOOTH, EMMA MCNABB, HEDVIG LIEFLAND, EARL SPANGLER, KARL MEYER, ANDREW PAROCZAI, JOHN MILLER, LOUIS GORNY, TONY DISTEFANO REX JAY TONY BACKORA, HENRY HARDEN, ALAN ARNOLD, CLIFF WILLIAMS, WILLIAM POTTS, RALPH HULL, WATER POND, EDWIN PERKINS, RANDALL ANSON, ROBERT HARDEN, JIM AGAR, PHIL VAN BUGGENHOUT, JIM DOKANSKY, EDWARD LAURSEN, ROBERT KRENZER. 115 SEPTEMBER During the first few weeks of school many students were elected to rep- resent their class in many offices and positions. Virginia Bohaty and Chuck Saxton were elected as " Typical Freshmen " by their classmates. Virginia and Chuck reigned over the annual fresh- man mixer. The Typical Freshman election and the freshmen mixer are sponsored by the Student Council. Elected to serve on Student Council were Freshmen Shari Zagor, Sue Col- lins, Mike Moore, Chuck Saxton and junior Beth Nelson. Class officers were elected for the freshmen, sophomore , junior and senior classes. Serving as president of the freshman class was Ed Stanek. Ken McEwen was elected vice-president and Margie Scott, secretary. President of the sophomore class was Lynn McCallum. Vice-president was Jim Pelowski. Kathy Planteen was elected secretary. Denny Graves, Ken Edwards and Midge Butters were elected as presi- dent, vice-president and secretary -of the junior class. Seniors elected Kendall Brink, presi- dent; D. Kent McCallum, vice-presi- dent and Ann Pence, secretary. Editing the 1961 fall GATEWAY was Gail Grove. Bill Vogt was man- aging editor; Sharon Johnson, news editor; John Ritner, sports editor; Mary Beth Meyers, society editor and Bill Grow, feature editor. 117 Front row: CHARON ALLEN, DUD KERSEY, BOB CRAMER, JIM LESLIE, KEN ALLEN, PHIL FISHER. Middle row: JACKIE PALMER, KAROLEE WYBENGA, SUE COLLINS, BETH NELSON, MIKE MOORE, CHUCK SAXTON, CURT SIEMERS. Back row: JAN MORAVEC, AL TAYLOR DE- LORES BREWER, SHARI ZAGOR. Upon my election to the student council, I realize that I have accepted obligations to, and responsibilities to- ward, 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 signing of this oath, I willingly become a member of the Student Council of the University of Omaha. 123 Freshman Class Officers ED ST AN EK, president; MARJORIE SCOTT, secretary; KEN MCEWEN, vice- president. Sophomore Class Officers LYNN MCCALLUM, president; JAMES PELOWSKI, vice- president. Not pictured: KATHY PLANTEEN. 124 Junior Class Officers DENNIS GRAVES, president; KEN EDWARDS, vice- president; MIDGE BUTTERS, secretary. Senior Class Officers ■4 t -? - Iff J J mm KENDALL BRINK, president; D. KENT MCCALLUM. vice- president; ANN PENCE, secretary. Gatewaif The fall GATEWAY was highlighted by Gail Grove and her staff winning the UCS community service award for the third year in a row. The GATEWAY also won third place in a national safety contest with a special edition of the paper. Omahd { ' • foiUhiill plai cr , oidcd ihc scfisou icilh a fv-.i Yi conl, the best since 1956 when the mark um 6-2-?. In Liuh-.il . ' - cr- collegiate Conference play the Indians ■:■ " ■ ■ ■ a 4-1 season. Coach for the semon n as Al (AnmAia. Promoting campus spirit were the cheerleaders, tlic huh ' ■ nd the Indiannes. Cheerleaders for the season leerc Mabel Sr r -n, Jackie Nyhbelin, Sandra Modes. Drownini,. ' A A -n- hammer, Karolee Wyben y. Carol M ' r-ja ' i. Moi-, i Inj Georgia Clark. OCTOBER Football An expedition into the ranks of the larger small colleges ended the University of Omaha football season on a sad note, Drake uinning by 36-13. But all in all, it iias a hajjpy season for Coach Al Ca- niglia ' s Indians. The squad ended ic ' tih a G-3 record, the best at Omaha U. since 1956 ichen the mark was 6-2-1. And the tribe finished oat of the cellar for the first time in three seasons of Central Inlereollegiate Con- ference play. Only Pittshurg State ' s 5-0 record topped Omaha s 4-1 CIC Mark. Highlighliiig the season uas the .solid blocking of the offensive line, the stubbornness of the defensive line and the sensational performances of the hack- field and end Paid Blazevich. The .stellar Mocking of tackles George Jesko and Neil Galloway, guards Diiane Salak and Gary Batigliman and center Arch Ferguson enabled the Indians to average 4.8 yards a carry and gave Carl Meyers time to complete 49 of 97 passes. The defensive wall— usually Glen Ueplmrn and Jack Kiscoan at ends. Jack Petersen and Boh Florian at tackles and Paul Li))ias al middle guard— permitted only 1255 yards on the ground for an average of 3.3 a carry. Only Pittsburg Stale, the nation ' s No. 1 small college team, could solve the barrier. The Gorillas rushed for 278 yards in the CIC title game and toon 34-18. Rocket Roger Sayers, stymied by Drake and Pitt in the last tivo games, ended his great .season with a rushing average of 9.7 yards a carry. The rocket also scored 10 touchdowns as he terrorized opponents with his long gainers. Louie Miloni, the other halfback, wound up loith 5.7 yards a try and scored 42 points. He was the workhou.se of the hackfield, carrying 103 times. Together Sayers and Miloni gained 1299 yards or about tico-thirds of the total team rushing total. Fullback Wayne Backes added 304 yards as he posted a fine 4.8 average. Meyers ' dead-eye arm had a favorite target in Blaze- vich. Paul nabbed 30 jxisses for 446 yards to run away toith the CIC receiving title. Blazevieh was also an outstanding punier, booming 33 kicks for a 34.2 average. But most impressive to Omaha U. students and fans was the emergence of the Indians as a football power after only three victories in the previous four years. The team was placed as liigh as 14th in the NAIA ratings this .season. Another accurate pass from quarterback Carl Meyers finds its way into the waiting of end Paul Blazevieh. Meyers receives advice from backfield coacJi Ken Fischer. hands Front Row, left to right: Carl Meyers, George Payne, Jim How- ard, Louis Miloni, Dave Gibson, Art Ferguson, Duane Salak, Mel Masek, Al Taylor, Joe Risius, Coach Al Caniglia. Second Row: Jim Foster, Boh Florian, Mike Convey, Ken Kortright, Ken Allen, Wayne Backes, Dean Taylor, Bob Agnew, Joe Ben- son, Gerry Donovan, Coach Don Watchorn. Third Row: Roger Sayers, Paid Limas, Dennis Bartholomew, Bill Davis, Bob Readhimer, Neil Galloway, Ray Rivera, Ed Stanek, Paul Blaze- vich. Coach Ken Fischer. Fourth Row: Max Jones, Jim Kettle, Anthony Roberto, Jim Freelin, Dale Wenck, Barry Miller, Gerry Richardson, Bob Evans, George Jesko, Equipment Manager Mike Wolenski. Top Row: Jack Kiscoan, Mike Meils, Stan Kurtz, Jack Petersen, Glen Hepburn, Dave Mason, Student Manager Del Carter, Trainer Jerry Hunter. Indian Co-captains Art Ferguson and Duane Salak. Above right: The Indians take the field under a hail of balloons. Above left: A yard to go for a first down,. Lower right: Yes coach. Lower left: Boy, is that cement cold. 135 The smiles on the faces of Coach CanigUa and the cheerleaders reflect the outcome of OU ' s first game of the 61 season and the Indians roared past Morningside 32 to 6. The United Community Services re- ceived the money and Milda Markus of Sigma Kappa and Mel Cunningham of Lambda Chi Alpha received the titles, Cutest Pan and Ugliest Man. With a penny a vote, OU ' s Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, sponsors the USC campaign drive each year. The winners, Sigma Kap- pa and Lambda Chi Alpha, collected $355.76 and $370.16 respectively. The total collected was $1,730.88. Ugliest Man 139 Front Row: Norman Schell, Wayne Hammang, Bill Wakefield, Dan McGIt nn, Spencer Taylor, Gary Gotten, David Busch. Sec- ond Row: Tom Bogacz, Jan Seaman, Boh Ashley, Bill Bowen, Charles Talmadge, Barbara Pigman, Bill Miller, Tom Morgan, Mike Howard, Vernon Wood, Ruth Hclligso, Marie Engelhart, Linda Elliott. Third Roiv: Barbara Lathrop, Mary K. Menze, Lynn Nevins, Gene Paul George, Mahlon Smith, John Illsley, John Ashley, Douglas Capener, Kay Calame, Leonard Clay, John Floth, Wilma Poulson, George Thompson. Last Row: Tom Harvey, Jean Fenstermacher, Mary Branigan, Charlene Munson, Bob Thompson, Edward Brown, Gene Somer, Doris Morris, Marion Aleck, Bill Dawson, Paid Martin, Norman Krizelman, Steve Gould. Band Leader, Jack Malik. Indiannes Front Row: Judy Probst, Alma Btihzdzitis, Midge Butters, Louise Welstead, Jan Meyers. Second Row: Gloria Cratty, Judy Mc- Kenna, Pat Genge. Third Row: Connie Fleming, Sherrie Ulfers. Fourth Row: Pat Weatherly, Mary Jane Cooper. Last Row: Caro- lyn Curry, Margie Uzdawinis, Polly Nesvan, Barbara Hill. Indiannes make pathway for Homecoming Princess. 141 NOVEMBER The first production in the newhj remodeled University auditorium teas the comedy " Life With Father. " Leading roles were played by Al Metcalfe, Ginny Dyas and Jim Pelowski. The play was produced under tlie , direction of Dr. Edwin Clark. 147 Intramural participation this fall was one of the largest ever according to intramural director Bert Kurth. Anyone is eligible to participate in the program and a ivide variety of activities are available. For the men there is touch football, volleyball, basketball, softball, and track. Women ' s sports include the same with the exception of touch football. Trophies are awarded to the teams placing in the individual and team sports. Cross Countrif Ernie Gorrs cross country team won three of eight meets and finished fourth i the CIC cross country run. Season Record OU 39 40 21 35 24 44 11 41 South Dakota U. Simpson Washburn Doane Dana Emporia State Morningside Wayne State OPP 27 15 34 20 31 15 26 41 Omaha University was again host to the sixth annual National NAIA run. Ernie Gorr, Omaha U. coach and meet director, reported that 23 schools entered 145 runners and 16 teams in the event. Gorr said this year ' s NAIA field was the largest in the history of the meet. Gene Somer (Above) was the only Omaha U. entry in the event, while Jim Keefe (left) of Central Connecticut State was the winner. 152 Life With Father Under the direction of Dr. Edwin Clark, University Players presented " Life With Father " Novemb r ' IGi 17, 18th. Principle roles were played by Ginnie Dyas, Al Metcalfe, James Pelowski, Karen Kleider and Merle Reiff. Mr. Day questions the work of the newest maid. The 1962 Tomahatvk Beauty Contest was held in the Conference Center Auditorium, Dec. 6th, 1961. Chosen as the 1962 Tomahawk Beauty Queen, from a field of 19 girls, tvas Barbara Shradar. Second and third place winners were Earlene Timm and Sandra Stauh. The judges for the contest were Constance Cowdery, reigning queen of Ak-Sar-Ben; Paul McGrath, assistant to Leo Daly and Edwin Schafer, director of press, radio and tv relations for the Union Pacific. Escorts for the contest were Lynn McCallum, Jerry Gilmore, Mike Landers, and Bruce Bressler. Announcer was Pat Shields. Presentation of flowers to the beauty queen was made by President Milo Bail. 154 ■t: 1962 TomohowJk Beautif Contest Above: Second place — Earlene Timm — Chi Omega Below. Third place — Sandra Staub — Alpha Xi Delta THE 1962 TOMAHAWK BEAUTY QUEEN Barbara Shradar, Zeta Tau Alpha, was named beauty queen Dec. 6th, 1961. Front tow: GENE SOMER, TOM HARVEY, CHARLES TALMADGE, TOM BOGACZ, VERN WOOD. Back row: BENJAMIN RANKIN, GENE PAUL GEORGE, RICH CURRAN, DAVE THORN- DIKE, NORMAN SCHELL, MARLYN TAYLOR, STEVE GOULD, TOM MORGAN, ERNEST BRY- ANT, LELAND CLAY, JON FLOTH, CARL MAG- NUSON, MAHLON SMITH. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a music hon- orary for men. It was new on the OU campus this year. Early in March the honorary sponsored a Snow Carnival. ' Various groups on campus sculptured snow figures trying to depict musicals. Officers for the year were Charles Tal- madge, president; Tom Bogacz, vice- president; Tom Harvey, secretary; Gene Somer, treasurer; Vern Wood, pledge master. Independent Student Association Officers for 1961-62: Jane Matthews, Anita Lee, Liz Vinski, Bob Anderson, Charlie Wortz, Don Baird. 164 Front row: LORETTA POVALITIS, LYNN DYBA, BARBARA LARSON, DONALD BAIRD, DON JEAN MCMILLAN, ROSALIE WITHERBEE, LIZ HOUGHTON, KELLEY PENZINE. Back row: TOM VINSKI, CHARLIE WORTZ, BOB WILSON, BOB AUTZEN, DAVE ARNOLD, BILL MILLER, JERRY ANDERSON, JANE MATTHEWS, ANITA LEE, ANN CHATFIELD, LARRY BAMESBERGER. DOWNING, BARBARA FRAMPTON, FRED HIYKEL, 165 m,tm Alfred Ballering Jim Baratta Clifford Buckingham Richard Butler Lawrence Comine Elroy Doescher Roger Hildreth Ronald Johnson Wayne Minikus Jon Nelson Robert Pettegrew Karl Reifert Raul Schwartz Ron Swain Dean Ullerich Robert Wood Jerry Young Olon Zager Delta 166 Sigma PI Delta Sigma Pi is limited to those persons registered in the College of Business Administration. It is not a social fraternity, it is strictly a professional organi- zation. Gamma Eta chapter received first place in the 1960-61 " Chapter Efficiency " contest at the Grand Chapter Congress in Ashville, North Carolina. They also received a trophy fov selling the most tickets to the Parent ' s Day football game. Officers pictured above are Oz Zager, President; Jon Nelson, Senior Vice- President; Paul Schwartz, Junior Vice-President; Robert Pettegrew, Secretary; and Jerry Young, Treasurer. Pictured above is Miss Charon Allen of Chi Omega, the 1961 " Rose of Delta Sig. " 167 Front row: KATHY METZ, LEE BURRILL, JUDY KLEIN. Last row: CLIFF HOLLESTELLE, JIM CHURCH, FRED SOMMERS, LEONARDO DA WEEKS, TONI TURNQUIST, JIM SEVELA, ED VINCI, JOE REWOLINSKI. Middle row: NICK CHI- PHILLIPS. BURIS, BETH WEEKS, NANCY NORTON, NAOMI Art Club Lee Burrill prepares to fire her vase. 168 Front row: CAROLYN KUNDEL, JOANN BILLINGS, CAROL EHINGER, ANNIE WILLIAMS, SHARON VAN KAT, JANNIE CHRISTENSEN, LA VOHN IS- VIK, JUDY EICHORN, GINNY BOHATY, KELLEY PENZINE, EVETTE ABRAHAM, KAY BRUMSAGEN. Middle row: SANDY DECKERT BLAKEWAY, JANET LARKIN, JEAN SCHRAM, JACKIE BRADY, JANE O ' CONNELL, DONNA FAULKNER, MARY POUL- SON, LORRAINE DOLINSKY, DIANE ULRICH, MARJORIE SCOTT, ROBERTA WILSON. Back row: MARGARET KILLIAN, NANCY SMITH, EVELINE NELSON, MARY ALICE HURLBURT, ALICE JOHN- SON, KATHY CLARK, BARB VAUGHN, BARB THOMPSON, MARLENE YOCKEY, JEAN SIBEL. JEANIE ROYER, YVONNE TESAR. Home Economics Club Newman Club Front row: TERRY PESEK, JERRY VINCENTINI, LOIS MIXER, JIM SKYRJA, JOAN POSPICHAL, GARY CHRISTENSEN, FATHER GERALD NOO- NAN. Middle roiv: RICH LYNCH, JANE SMITH, SUE DOE, JULIE SCOOP A, MARY KRADER, VIR- GINIA COLOMBO, PATTY GOLDSBERRY, PAT LYNCH, MARY YOUNG. Back row: DENNY QUIN, GERALD PESEK, JOHN TURK, LEON KLORE, JIM BRONOWSKI, TOM WILLS, BOB HESS, BOB WIL- SON, BOB ANDERSON. 169 SARAH BRADER, JAN GIBSON, CAROLE JEFFREY, JEAN SEVERA, ANN PENCE, JOAN MENKE, PAT VAN VOORHIS, LINDA STRNAD, MARIE WALTER, JOYCE CRAMER. VA aokit(a Members of Waokiya are selected on the basis of scholarship and leadership on the OU campus. Waokiya is a co-sponsor with ODK in putting on the Spring Sing. Officers for the year were Joan Mencke, president; Jean Hornish, vice-president; Jean Severa, sec- retary; Dean Elizabeth Hill, treasurer, Linda Strnad, historian. Phi Chi Theta is an affiliate of the national business women ' s fraternity. Presiding over the future businesswomen were Charon Allen, president; Julie Hron, vice-president; De De Erpelding, secretary, Berdine Green, treasurer. Phi Chi Theta Front row: BERDINE GREEN, DE DE ERPELDING, CHARON ALLEN, JULIE HRON, JOYCE MINTEER, VERDA RAUCH. Middle row: DARLENE UTTER- BACK, CAROL STEIMER, MARY LEACH, JANE BURBRIDGE, JEAN LINDENSTRUTH. Back row: SUE WEST, JOYCE BIGGER, CHARLENE MUN- SON, LEONORA CONNELLEY, JUDY NEWMAN, MARCIA HAVLU, MICHALE MCALEXANDER, MARJORIE DOHSE NANCY KAUTZ. 170 Front row: NORMAN FIRKINS, WALT NODEAN, DOUG COZAD, GEORGE ARNOLD, BOB SEEDERS, DONALD SHULT, JOHN MCMILLAN, JERRY FRANK MCLEAN, RON ROSE, STAN LEWIS, BILL PRICE, JOE MCNULTY. Back row: DAVID SCHUUR, NELSON. Institute of Radio Engineers Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary, is sponsored by the College of Edu- cation. The honorary sponsors a cooperating teachers tea each year. Sponsors for the honorary were Dr. Herbert Jones and Miss Hollie Bethel. Officers: KATHY DOLAN, secretary; KAREN KAUF- MANN, president; HOL- LIE BETHEL, sponsor; LINDA STRNAD, vice- president; CAROLYN KUNDEL; treasurer. Front row: JO ANNE BUCK, BEVERLY MERICA, NANCY LINDELL, JOYCE CRAMER, CONNIE CON- WAY, JAN GIBSON, ANN BUIS, JOLENE SNYDER, JUDY RINSCHEN, DOROTHY KUNDEL, LINDA TURNER. Middle row: KATIE HARRIS, DIANNE MOREY, SUE ARCHER, DELORES BREWER, KAY KREBS, BETH NELSON, MABEL HUFF, JOANNE RAGAN, MONA DONAT, JANET LARKIN, KAY COLBURN. Last row: JEANNE GAFNER, CAROLYN KARRE, DIANNE BARKER, MARIE WALTER, LAU- RIE MCCANN, HERBERT JONES, DAN TREDWAY, JUDY BROOKSTEIN, MARIE KARPISEK, LOU ANN LANDHOLM, WILMA SFUTHEIT. Front row: MAX VOIGT, MARY EVANS, BILL STILL- MOCK. Back row: DON ORBAN, RON BOJANSKI, LARRY HICKS, STAN ZWERLING. Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary for- ensic fraternity. The honorary sponsors Speakeasies, " a junior toastmasters group. Officers for the year tvere Max Voigt, presi- dent; Bill Stillmock, vice-president; Greg Minter, secretary-treasurer; John Cady, his- torian. SEA The Student Education Association is or- ganized to help acquaint students with the teaching profession. Presiding over the group were Marie Walter, president; Laurie McCann, vice-president; Kay Colburn, sec- retary; Sue Archer, treasurer. Front row: MARY ANN SORENSON, BEVERLY HAR- RIS, LORRAINE COLEMAN, CAROL BACHUS, JANE JONES, CAROLYN BRINTON, KARTHY DOLAN, SHIRLEY, DONALY, JAN MEYERS, KAY COLBURN. Second row: JANE BURBRIDGE, SUE COLLINS, DEANNE HELDT, NANCY MCGLEE, LINDA PET- ERSEN, LEE ANN BORCHMAN, SHARI ZAGOR, GINNY BOHATY, CLAUDIA MAY, PATRICIA LYNCH. Third row: SUE WEIDEN HAMMER, CHAR- LOTTE WALVOORD, JUDY DAVENPORT, JUDY RINSCHEN, CAROLYN KARRE, RUTH HELLIGSO, SHARON FINNELL, BEV MANASEK, JO ANN VAN- DERSTOEP, JOANNE RAGAN, BARBARA CL ANTON. Fourth row: JO POULSON, KAY MALICK, DIANE HART MAN, COLLEEN RICHMOND, SUE THOMP- SON, SANDRA MATULKA, JUDY MARROW, DE- ANNE BREZACEK, MARIE WALTER. Fifth row: MARY TODD, MARIE KARPISEK, GLORIA FOU- CEK, CAROLYN KARPISEK, OLIVE GRAHAM, SHARON SCUDDER, BARB BLAIR, KAREN STACKE. Last row: JOHN SMITH, ROBERT WOODS. Front row: DE DE ERPELDING, SUE WEST, LYONS, ALLEN KIRK, GARY BATES VER- JIM GAMMON, CHARON ALLEN, BERDINE NON MATHIESEN, DON GARNETT JACK GREEN. Back row: NANCY KAUTZ, KENT HILL. SAM To improve the art and science of manage- ment is the purpose of SAM, sponsored by Mr. Jack Hill. The OU chapter is open to all students of the College of Business Ad- ministration who are sophomores and above. Officers for the year were Jim Gam- mon, president; Dave Parks, vice-president; Sue West, secretary; Charon Allen, treas- urer. Front row: PETER GAGE, JR., KENNETH MANGER, DONALD GARNETT, JOHN SID- WELL, LOREN MEANS. Middle row: LARRY BOGLE, MIGUEL BENITEZ, MARY ELLEN SCHNEIDER, BONNIE J. JACOBSEN, JACK Rho Epsilon is the national, professional real estate fraternity on campus. ' Under the leadership of president Jim Gammon, many prominent local real estate men speak to the group. Sponsor for the organization is C. Glenn Lewis. Rho Epsilon HOHL, JOE HERMAN, C. GLENN LEWIS. Back row: MELVIN HOLST, JOHN WHICKER, HAROLD LOGAN, MICHAEL COUGHLIN, STAN KURTZ, JACK KISCOAN. 173 Front row: LINDA JELEN, MARY BUCK, MARILOU THIBAULT, LIZ WEIL. Middle row: JAN SEAMAN, BARBARA FRAMPTON, CLAUDIA MAY, JAN THOMP- SON JUDY EICHORN, SANDY HANCOCK, ELAINE SCHUMAN. Back row: DOROTHY BRIAN, ARLENE- BAKER, SHARON IRWIN, KAREN KAUFMANN, ROSE ALLENDER, JERI FAHEY, MALENE HALL, MONA DON AT, JOAN JORGENSEN. WRA The Women ' s tiecreation Association strives to give every girl the opportunity to know the satisfaction of individual and team competition. Organizations vie for honors in a wide variety of sports. WRA BOARD: Front row: JOAN JORGENSEN, JANET SEAMAN, MONA DONAT, KAREN KAUF- MANN. Back row: CLAUDIA MAY, ELAYNE VON- DRA, PATTY BAKER, LIZ WEIL, SHARON IRWIN. Orchesis Advocates of the modern dance, who " say it with mo- tion " are members of the Orchesis dance group. Or- chsis is an honorary group. Students must spend many long hours practicing before admission to the group. In the spring Orchesis members give a dance concert — a study of the art of the dance and a culmination of many hours creative effort. Front row: LINDA JELEN, CAROLE JEFFREY, DONNA FILLIPOWSKI, MIDGE RUTTERS, SHIRLEY JOHNSON. Rack row: LYNNETTE FORRES, NANCY NORTON, KAREN KAUFMANN. Trampoline Club Front row: ELAINE SCHUMAN, JOAN JORGEN- SEN, MARY BUCK. Back row: DOROTHY BRIAN, MARILOU THIBAULT, ROSE ALLENDER, LIZ WEIL, ARLENE BAKER. Front row: CHRISTOPHER ESPINOS A, GUADA- JAMES CALDER, ANNE BLACK, HELEN SHUPUT, LUPE VILLAFUERTE, DIANE MOREY, NANCY PAUL MARTIN, BUZZ BURLING. Last row: AMY NELSON, GEORGIA HEIDKAMP, SEBASTIAN OLLENDIKE, FRIEDA COHEN, RALPH CHIME- SPAGNUOLO. Middle row: RICHARD KUSTER, EES, FRANK RIHA, ROBERT HALLA, TOM RYAN. Spanish Club Feathers Front row: KAY MALICK, GAIL OBERG, COLLEEN RICHMOND, EARLENE TIMM. Back row: JOYCE BARKER, BOBBIE WIL- LIAMS, SUSIE KROGH, YVONNE MCCLENDON, DOROTHY ATKINS, MARY FULGHEM, MARY Winter comes again to OU ' s campus. Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Societi SAACS strives to give an opportunity for the students of chemistry at OU to become better acquainted with the pro- fessional aspect of chemistry. Each spring the group sponsors the OU Reg- ional SAACS meeting featuring a tele- lecture by a nationally known chemist. Officers for 1961-62 were Tom Doherty, president; Bob Erickson, vice-president; Starr Weaver, secretary-treasurer. Dr. C. Robert Keppel is sponsor. Front row: C. ROBERT KEPPEL, ROBERT ERICK- SON, TOM DOHERTY, STAN WEAVER, DON HUDGENS, WILLIAM NELSON. Middle row: EVERETT ROBB, ED HOLYOKE, JAMES CHAP- MAN, DONALD YELICK, PAUL SHYKEN, GEORGE THOMPSON, GUY GRIFFIN. Back row: BOB LANG- ENBACH, JO ANN STEINKRAUS, KEN KORT- RIGHT, MARY ELLEN ISVIK, ROGER FRIEDMAN, WILLIE MITCHELL, OLIVE GRAHAM. At left is GEORGE GREER, " king of the chemical storeroom. " 181 r If IS ' II 182 GINNIE DYAS, IIKA Dream Girl MARY BETH MEYERS ZTA, TKE Sweetheart LYNN JEFFRIES, TKE VINCE KOTLAR, The Chi Omega Knights PAUL BLAZEVICH, " O " Club JOHN HOFSCHIRE, 190 BOB EMMONS, ©X BILL GUST, AEA King Satan KENDALL BRINK, XK Typical Frat Man HARRY BIANCHI, E E ZTA Coolest Man 191 Front row: BETH NEL- SON, NANCY REA- SONER, JUDY MCKEN- NA. Back row: SUE WEST, PAT VAN VOORHIS, JINNY ANDERSON. Panhellenic Council Panhellenic Council and Junior, Panhellenic Council are composed of representatives from each sorority on campus. Panhell keeps a watch- ful eye over rush rules, the chaos of rush week and the Greek Week banquet. Junior Panhellenic J AN A DOXON, JAN THOMPSON, CHRISTIE JENSEN, PAT PARKER, RUTH HELLIGSO, BETTY DAVIS, NANCY BALL (seated). Fron rouj; LYLE MCFARLIN, KEN NELSON, LEE KALLSTROM, TOM O ' CONNOR, LARRY SCHMIDT, STEVE DLOOGOFF. Back row: WILLIAM GERBRACHT, LYNN JEFFRIES, DUD KERSEY, MEL CUNNINGHAM, D. KENT MCCALLUM, ED SKARNULIS. IFC Interfraternity Council is composed of two members from each of the fraterni- ties on campus. IFC helps sponsor the Greek Week project with Panhellenic Council. Officers for the year were Tom O ' Connor, president; Lynn Jeffries, vice- president; Dud Kersey, secretary; Lyle McFarlin, treasurer. LYLE MCFARLIN, LYNN JEFFRIES, TOM O ' CON- NOR, DUD KERSEY. 193 fficerMt President, KarolJKW [ KfB; Mk resident, Sue Hornish; S qpdiif; Correspond- ing Marie Walter, Recorcimg Sandie Barry; Treasurer, NimciJ Kautz. Lanwd a Chi Crescent Girl, Jc(J ' ' SS Omahc J a ' , Typical FresvKK Ginmj Bohtimt SPRK ' ' Sing Winners; Fre inian Class SecrWary, ] mrprie Scolt; Siiidcnt jUoy cii ; Sue Collins, Shari Zag r, Beth Nehon . orcwec, and Bunnie Wy- henga; omaham id iior, Karen Pope; Honor- ary M H f ngeVs Flight, Diane Barker and Gux ' n Sandvall; Honorary Colonel, Joyce St Board of Student Publications, Karen Mary Beth Moulton Beth Nelson Colleen Richmond Nancy Rolle Janet Seaman Jackie Schultz Sue Schulz Marjorie Scott Diane Shannon Karen Stacke Sandra Staub Susan Thompson Toni Tumquist Norrine Vasholz Diana Wagner Marie Walter Kathy Wehry Kathy Welniak Karolee Wybenga Shari Zagor Sue Abart Linda Anderson Carol Bachus Dianne Barker Sue Collins Sandra Croft Marjorie Dohse Kathryn Dolan Shirley Donaly Stephanie Dragoun Marie Englehart Connie Fleming Marlene Hall Heather Hamilton Sandra Holben Christie Jensen Karen Jensen Sharon Johnson Judy Jones Nancy Kautz Gloria Kiggins Julenn Lefgren Nancy Lindell Claudia May Laurie McCann Merrily McCann Jan Moravec Dotti Mott Sandra Barry Barbara Blair Janet Bochek Virginia Bohaty Ann Bonanno Lee Ann Borchman Julie Bowen Judy Brecher 195 fficers: Pieaidem esident, Jean Sev£ ■y; Trea Junior Pfi Princess, Card. Ann Pence; Hoi son; Nebraska S ' g Ep Sing Vi Palmer, Dolores Pre: Senior Class Secret Scholarship Tropin Sipherd; and Boan Judy Van Cleve. Jerilyn Klingforth Julie Klingforth Jeanne Knight Janet Kroeger Susie Krogh Sharon Lohmann Karen Luschen Beverly Manasek Judy Marrow Nancy McGlee Joan Mencke Ruth Meyers Judi Monaghan Diane Morey Nancy Nelson Sheila Nelson Jackie Palmer Billie Poulson Jo Poulson Mary Poulson Karen Rasp Daphne Robins Gretel Schmad, t Jean Severa Suzie Sipherd Judy Sullivan Phyllis Taylor Carol Thomsen Earlene Timm Judy Van Cleve Jo Ann Vander Stoep Barbara Vaughn Sue VVeidenhammer Juditla WiUiams 196 Charon Allen Susan Archer Jane Babcock Andrea Backstrom Patty Baker Nancy Ball Patty Bartlett Kathryn Bowman Jackie Brady Dolores Brewer Deanne Brezacek Mary Burke Sally Burke Patty Carl Marcia Cathcart Sandra Deckert Jana Doxon Carol Ehinger Judy Eichhorn Elizabeth Encell Sandi Hancock Doris Handley Diane Hansen Kathleen Harris Carla Ballering Georgia Clark Maureen Coffey Carolyn Curry Cynthia Evahn Sharon Finnell Linda Hallquist Sonja Hea ton Georgia Heidkamp Ruth Helligso Julie Hron Mary Alice Hurlburt Carolyn Karpisek Marie Karpisek Carolyn Karre Carol Kolash Carol Kucera Kay Malick Milda Markus Felicia McGargill Katherine Metz Janet Meyers Polly Orr Pat Parker Judi Rinschen Lola Roberts Georgia Ruby Laima Runcis Sigrid Schakat Betty Seibert Karen Skaanning Pat Sisley 199 r oinahatvk appa EpsWSHKBB ' ' Student Uni(m Miy Q Stud em Council, Linda St. Secretary, Midge Butters; lications. Midge Butters Omega D ma Award, Be annes Lea r, Midge But Gateway, Gail Grove. BMnra Sh flass Pub- ; CH Indi- ditor of the Zeta Tau Alpha Phyllis Richards Peggy Rummelhart Marilyn Sager Lyn Sawyer E)onna Schiro Barbara Shradar Mabel Simpson Karen Smith Pamela Stronberg Beverly Theil Marilou Thibault Janice Thompson Marilyn Thur Sherrie Ulfers Joanne Volenec Susan West Dace Zeltins Marilyn Vorel 200 Evette Abraham Judy Andersen Judy Anderson Mary Kay Bangh Jeri Fahey Rita Fiene Janet Gibson Ellen Goeser Janet Grossman Gail Grove Mary Ellen Gundry Barbara Hill Linda Hill Joyce Hunter Margo Jaehne Sylvia Jansen Shirley Johnson Kathie Jorgesen Susan Kelley Barbara Kidwiler Judy Mangan Judy McCoy Beverly Merica Mary Beth Meyers Nancy Norton Jane O ' Connell Dona Rae Picking Susan Raster Jeanne Barlow Sandra Barnes Judith Borg Midge Butters Rosalie Chlupacek Connie Conway Joyce Denne Kay Doan 201 Officers: President, Dan Harris; Vice-Fresideni, John Hofschire; Secretary, Lxjlc McFarlin; Treas- urer, George Hening. Spring Sing Winners; Sig Ep Sing Winners: and Ugliest Man, Mel Cunningham. Lamb Keith Moeller William Neville Oliver Over Oscar Over George Papineau Ralph Perkins Gilbert Peterson Bill Platz Kenneth Rogge Milo Samson George Schabloske Dick Skalla Roger Sharpe Richard Steele John Stolley Richard Treakle Gene Trout Tom Utts Robert Van Houten Mike Weber Larry Anderson Jon Anding John Ashley Wilham Brumfield Ken Caruso Bob Crewdson Norman Custard Gary Hannibal George Hening Jim Horky Ray Hultman James Kasper Roger Knowles Lyie McFarlin Jack Mielke Greg Minter 203 Officers-: Presidei Hiceeney; Vice McCalhini; S Bowerman; Tr Typical FresK tori; Booistr Kent cil:E Fismr, HMn ph ' or cers: Jihi Peloic McCalhan. Vice ior Class. Kent L e 0 ar d sident Kent tary Gdark r ]im Lehiie Chuck S( Scholarshi ident Coun- Leslie, Phil and Chuck Class Offi- and, Lynn ident Sen- ium. r Kappa Alp Gary Nielsen Frank Nordquist Bruce Olson Lynn Olson Robert Parks James Pelowski John Pelowski Lee Perkins Phil Reiff Everett Robb Dick Seddon Charles Saxton Pat Shields Jack Sinclair Rodger Stoney Harry Taylor John Thomas Ron Toman Larry Villnow John Vogt Erik Wagner Bill Wakefield Ken Watson Walt Wessendorf 204 Jerry Adams Jim Alessandro Ken Allen Bob Autenrieth John Blackburn Dick Bloedel Clark Bowerman Bruce Bressler Jim Gascoigne John Gaver Steve Gidley Jerry Gilmore William Gilmore Arlo Grafton Noel Griffith Pat Halloran Ken Hargis Gordon Jorgensen Dennis Kaiser Bill Kautter Dud Kersey Roland Kreps Jim Leslie Johii Lorimer Lynn McCaUum Dermy Monaghan Joseph Nevotti Bill Nicholson Thomas Cover Bob Cramer Jim Cramer Bill Dempsey John Elia Fred Elsasser Phil Fisher Larry Forman - 1 - 2 O : ' 5 205 officers: President, Kendall Brink ' residenL, Tom O ' Connor; Secrelanj- loorc; Treasurer, Duane McKer Zefa Tail Alpha (Joolest Man i »)a Kappa Typical Fraternity ■rink: Senior Class President, Kendall Junior Class President Denny Graves President Ken Edwards; Freshman Cl eni Ed Stanek, Viee-President Ken tndent Couneih President Al Taylor Moore; Thefa Chi-OX Olyinpicslffiop ' " mural Sweepstakes Trophy; hit phy; and Heholarship Trophy. 206 Ken McEwen Duane McKeman Wendell Meissner Stan Menze Mike Messina Larry Mlnarik Mike Moore Roger Moore Gary Morey Terry O ' Connor Tom O ' Connor Terry Olsen George Otto Ed Pechar Jack Petersen Richard Peterson Doug Ragnow Fred Scarpello Charles Schmid Dave Schmid Carman Schneckloth Bob Siebler Ed Stanek Gary Statler William Stillmock Al Taylor Tom Tedesco Rudy Tesor Edward Tibbetts Robert Van Outry Joe Van Wey Max Voigt Ralph Anderson Paul Bach John Baker Bill Bantner Jack Benedick Dean Berk Dan Bernth Terry Bemth Gary Biggs Dick Botterff Ken Brink Wilham Buller Mike Burnham Jerry Carstens David Cowsky Randall Curnow Richard Curnow John Davis Bill Dolby Loren Drum Ken Edwards Loren Fritz Jim Fuxa Gary Gammel O Ci C« Dennis Graves Bill Gust Larry Hammer Chuck Halda Don Henkel Jim Herrin 1 ■ « Roger Hilding Michael Kisgen Duane Mannon Michael Mannon Gary Masilko Robert McChane ' i o 14, 44 i4 1 207 BHH James Adwers • ■ M Dale Ahlquist m Douglas Capener y ' v " 1 Steve Cenk mj 1 Kurt H P I Meyer Coren ■ 1 Jasen Coziahr ■■iii ' ' H Philip Howland H l Higgins P . Gail Hunt jl i ,-- Tom Hutcheson K " Wk..— Lynn Tefferies -»« ' o 44 44 1 H J i ' iy Johnson If V m Bfl John Knickman O Jeff Legaard ■■■B Less Kent Looby Ronald, Migline David Miller Mike Murray Ken Nelsen irk William Packard Randall Parker Dean Pixley Douglas Primmer Jim Quigley Ken Riedeman Gary Rogers Richard Russell Fred Scarpello James Skryja 4ik Joe Sokol ■ Glenn Wehrer -T Mike Whitney . " Bruce WUl Phil Vasey 4 r Henry Zyck l 209 Bob Ashley Jon Burgeson Jim Burroughs Bill Campbell William Childers James Cox Bill Fritz Bob Hohman Lee Kalstrom Victor Lich Mike Richardson Larry Schmidt Niel Seiko Herbert Spooner John Williams f « 211 BEV JONES, KATHY BOWMAN, MARC I A SIBEL, GAIL REISSER, SHARIE MCCALLUM, CATHCART, KAREN RASP, CAROL EHINGER, JACKIE BRADY. MARY PAULSON, MIDGE BUTTERS, JEAN 213 Left to Right: NORMAN CUSTER, JOE NEUBERGER, BERNIE MILLER, JERRY KAMPHUS, KEN CONNER, LARRY VILLNOW, DAVE HAGGLUND, BRUCE HUNTER, BILL KING, WENDELL WIKSELL, GARY GIL- MORE, Equipment Manager MIKE WOLENSKI, Standing center Coach JIM BORSHEIM. Joe Neuberger lays up two points. Although the season record of 5-18 may not indicate such. Coach J i m Borsheim may have something to look for- ward to the 62-63 season. The reasons for optimism center around Paul Raster who be- came eligible second semes- ter. Raster pumped in 155 points in the seven second semester games for a 22.1 ave rage. He also topped the Indian free throw shooters with 25 of 32 for .800. An- other stalwart- Larry Villnow 6-7 freshman for Benson topped the field goal per- centage with 88 of 198 field goals for 44% and grabbed 207 rebounds. If Bruce Hunter, Joe Neu- berger, Ren Conner, Dave Hagglund and Bernie Miller keep improving, the tables may be turned next season. Bill Donahoo was the leading scorer for the Papooses, who finished a 12- game schedule with a 3-9 record. Donahoo scored 137 points for an 11.4 average and was the only papoose with more than 100 points. The papoose average was 73.5 points per game. Standing left to right: GERRY RICHARDSON, MIKE MORAN, BILL DAVIS, JOHN KUFAL, JIM PALMER, Coach LARRY TURNER. Kneeling, left to right: AL KONECKY, FRANK SPENCERI, VIC MEYER, BILL BUL- LER, STEVE LIPMAN, BILL DONAHUE. JIM HOWARD has his opponent in trouble. ■ Coach Al Caniglia ' s matmen wound up the season with a 5-4 dual season mark, their top achievement being a quadrangu- lar win over South Dakota State, Valley City State College and North Dakota State University. George Crenshaw, Louie Miloni, Arch Ferguson, and Jim Howard will compete in the NAIA championships. They have a good chance for a high finish. The four have a combined record of 25-6-1. Sitting, left to right: JOHN DE GEORGE, TOM CORRITORE, MIKE MANNON, VERNON NETWIG, TERRY MAIDES. Kneeling, left to right: Coach AL CANIGLIA, JIM FUXA, JACK BENEDICK, CLIFF JACKSON, RANDY CURNOW, WAYNE BACKES, BOB TALLMAN. Standing, left to right: LOUIS MILONI, JIM HOWARD, ARCH FERGUSON, BOB VAN OUTRY, MEL MASEK, GEORGE CRENSHAW, GEORGE TARBUTTON. 220 J. L. ADKINS Bacliclpr of General Education NORMAN ALLEN Bachelor of General Education KARL ANDERSON B.S. in Business Administration FRANK APPLEGATE B.S. in Engr. and Bus. Adm. JAMIE L. AIKEN Bachelor of General Education LAWERENCE ALBERS • Bachelor of General Education LOWELL AMUNDSON Bachelor cff General Education MAJOR CHARLES T. ANDERSON Bachelor in General Education RICHARD ANDERSON B.S. in Business Administration VIRGINIA ANDERSON B.A. in English Class of CHARON ALLEN B.S. in Business Administration JUDITH ANDERSON B.S. in Elementary Education DONALD ANDREWS B.S. in Business Administration MARSHALL AUSTIN B.S. in Military Science JAMES BARER B.S. in Business Administration and Engineering JOHN BAKER B.A. in Speech JIM BARATTA B.S. in Business Administration WILLIAM BARNETT B.S. in Business Administration and Finance 1962 ALFRED BARRETT Bachelor of General Education ALLAN BEAVERS B.S. in History MARY BEST B.A. in Sociology MARJORIE BORCHERS B.S. in Nursing CHARLES BARRY B.S. in Journalism SANDRA BARRY B.A. in English JIM BELITZ B.A. in Speech JEAN BELL B.S. in Nursing GARY BIGGS B.A. in Psychology ELLEN BITTING Bachelor of General Education SONIA BORGES B.A. in Language and English SARAH BRADER B.S. in Secondary Education ALBERT BRAUN Bachelor of General Education GORDON BAUMANN Bachelor of General Education JANE E. BERAN B.S. in Education BARBARA BLAIR B.S. in Elementary Education ARSENE P. BONIFAS Bach, of Gen., Ed. KENDALL BRINK B.A. in English 223 HARRY BROOKS Bachelor of General Education JOE B. BRUCE Bachelor of General Education JO ANNE BUCK B.S. in Elementary Education LOUIS BUDA B.S. in Engineering and Business Administration JERRY BULL B.S. in Engineering and Business Administration JOHN BURBRIDGE B.S. in Business Administration R. G. CALDWELL Bachelor of General Education. GEORGIA CLARK B.S. in Elementary Education HARVEY CLARK Bachelor of General 224 Education JAMES BURROWS B.S. in Education ROBERT BUTLER B.S. in Secondary Education THOMAS BYRNE Bachelor of General Education NATHAN CHATMAN B.A. in Sociology TONY CHEREK B.S. in Business ss Administration GARY CHRISTENSEN B.S. in Engineering and Business Administration SHELDON COHEN B.S. in Business Administration and Industrial Management KAY COLBURN B.S. in Elementary Education LORRAINE COLEMAN B.S. in Business Administration JIM COLLINS Bachelor of General Education LAWRENCE COMINE JR. B.S. in Business Administration E. MARIE CONNELLEY B.S. in Nursing CONNIE CONWAY B.S. in Elementary Education 1 r i 111 S Tl ill JOYCE CRAMER B.S. in Elementary Education ROBERT CRAMER B.A. in Speech WALLACE W. CROMPTON Bachelor of General Education LLOYD A. CRUMPTON Bachelor of General Education DANIEL L. CUMMINGS B.S. in Military Science RICHARD CURRAN B.S. in Secondary Education DANIEL J. DALY B.A. in History JOHN DALY B.A. in Business Administration ROBERT DARDEN Bachelor of General Education MARVIN CORBIN B.S. in Secondary Education ROBERT P. CROSSLEY B.A. in Psychology RUSSELL CZERWINSKI B.S. in Engineering BETSY DAYTON B.S. in Secondary Education 225 ARTHUR DIMSDLE Bachelor of General Education TED DOHLBERG B.S. in Industrial Engineering MAE DONNE B.A. in English JEANIE DREIER B.S. in Secondary Education EUGENE J. EGNOSKI 226 B.A. in Psychology JUNE J. DIMSDLE B.A. in Spanish ELROY DOESCHER B.S. in Business Administration THOMAS P. DOHERTY B.A. in Chemistry KATHRYN A. DOLAN B.S. in Elementary Education LORRAINE DOLINSKY B.S. in Home Economics HILL DOVER JR. Bachelor of General Education STEPHANIE DRAGOUN B.S. in Home Economics GORDON ELLERBECK B.A. in Mathematics PATRICK ELLIOTT B.A. in Speech MONA DONAT B.S. in Elementary Education DONNADEL DRAKE B.S. in Elementary Education JAMES ELLIS B.S. in Secondary Education ROBERT W. ERICKSON B.A. in Chemistry MAC C. 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M. 227 Fiene, Rita 201 Fillipowski, Donna 178 Finnerty, Thomas 227 Firkins, Norman 171 Fischer, Ken 132,134 Fisher, Phil 123,205 Fisher, Sandra 227 Fleming, Connie 141,195 Florian, Bob 134 Floth, Jon 163 Fogarty, Frank 84 Forbes, Lynnette 178 Ford, Mildred 101 Forman, Larry 205 Forrest, Robert 227 Forslund, Christine 227 Foster, Jim 134 Foulgar, Steve 227 Francisco, Clyde 115 Frank, Virginia 90 Frampton, Barbara 174 Frazen, Lyle 62 Freelin, Jim 134 Fritz, Bill 24 Fritz, Carol 227 Fritz, Loren 207 Fritz, Robert 227 Frost, Jerome 227 Fuxa, Jim 207 -G- Gaffney, John 227 Gaither, James 227 Galloway, Neil 134 Gammel, Gary 207 Garbin, Albeno 93 Gardner, Paul 89,96 Garnett, Donald 227 Gascoigne, Jim 205 Gass, Robert 227 256 Gaver, John 205 Geer, Charles 227 Genge, Frank 228 Genge, Pat 141 Gerbracht, WiUiam 109,193 Gibson, Dave 134 Gibson, Jan 170,201,228 Gidley, Steve 205 Gigho, Rudolph 228 Gill, Brian 228 Gilmore, Jerry 205 Gilmore, William 205 Gladden, Wilbur 115 Glaze, J. R. 228 Goeser, Ellen 201 Goodlett, Berry 228 Gordon, Carolyn 228 Gore, Warren 93 Gorman, Frank 98,99 Gomey, Louis 115 Gorr, Ernest 100 Gould, Steve 163 Grafton, Arlo 45,205,221 Graves, Dennis 125,207 Greenberg, Samuel 84 Greer, W. B. 228 Griffith, Jack 228 Griffith, Noel 205 Grim, Richard 111 Grossman, Janet 201 Grow, Bill 45 Grove, Gail 45,201 Gruber, Richard 228 Gruidel, Don 57 Gundry, Mary Ellen 138,201 Gust, Bill 207,228 -H- Hager, Donald 228 Hagglund, Dave 61 Halda, Chuck 207 Hall, Marlene 174,195 Halloran, Pat 205 Hamilton, Heather 195 Hammer, Larry 207 Hancock, Sandi 174,197 Handley, Doris 197 Hanna, Joe 99 Hannibal, Gary 203 Hansen, Diane 197 Hansen, Gordon 228 Hansen, Owen 228 Harden, Robert 115 Hardick, Jim 57 Hardin, Henry 115 Hargis, Ken 205 Harmsen, Rusty 45,221 Harper, Robert 88,90 Harris, Beverly 228 Harris, Daniel 228 Harris, George 102 Harris, Kathleen 197 Harris, Walter 115 Harry, Catherine 115 Harsh, Yvonne 99 Harvey, Tom 163 Hasaka, Robert 111 Hawkins, Ronald 228 Hayes, William 229 Hazard, Forrest 90 Heckinger, John 86,103 Hefflinger, Carol 229 Helbing, Bonnie 197 Heldt, Deanne 229 Helmstadter, Carl 94,96,103 Helligso, Ruth 192 Hendricks, Marilyn 41,229 Henkel, Don 207 Henninger, Fred 229 Hendricksen, Judy 229 Hepburn, Glen 134 Hening, George 203 Herrin, Jim 207 Hicks, Larry 172 Hiddleston, Rodney 229 Higgins, Ed 229 Higgins, Lawrence 229 Higley, Wayne 103 Hilding, Roger 207 Hill, Barb 141,201 Hill, Elizabeth 93,109 Hill, Jack 102 Hill, La Veda 229 Hill, Linda 201 Hill, Peter 89 Hirsch, Ariene 229 Hite, Harry 229 Hlavac, Rene 99 Hockett, William 103 Hoehne, John 229 Hofer, Glenn 229 Hoff, Ted 229 Hoffman, Donna 197,229 Hohman, Bob 211,229 Holben, Sandra 176,195 Holland, Leland 229 Holley, Leta 103 Hoist, Melvin 230 Holtarf, Arthur 230 Hoover, Irene 68 Horky, Jim 203 Horn, Mary Jean 197 Hornish, Jean 55,230 Horstman, Judy 230 Hossack, James 95,105 Howard, Jim 134,230 Hronek, Sheri 197 Hubbard, Nina 230 Hudgens, Don 230 Hull, Ralph 115 Hultman, Ray 203 Humberg, Jean 68 Humphrey, Sheri 197 Hunter, Bruce 60,61 Hunter, Clyde 230 Hunter, Del 134 Hunter, Jerry 134,137 Hunter, Joyce 201 Huntington, Corrada 101 Hurst, Francis 92 -I- Irwin, Sharon 174,230 Isgrig, Mary 230 -J- Jaehne, Margo 201 Jafek, Bette 41,197 Jansen, Sylvia 201 Jauron, Dave 61,230 Jay, Rex 115 Jaynes, William 67,92 Jeffrey, Carole 170,178,230 Jeffrey, Janelle 197 Jeffries, Lynn 193 Jensen, Christie 192,195 Jelen, Linda 174,178,197,230 Jensen, Karen 52 Jesko, George 134 Jeub, Malanie 22,45,127 Johnson, Alice 230 Johnson, Bruce 230 Johnson, Harvey 99 Johnson, Kenneth 230 Johnson, Linda 197 Johnson, Mary 197 Johnson, Sharon 45,195 Johnson, Shirley 45,178,197,201 Johnson, Tracy 230 Jones, Elvin 230 Jones, Herbert 99 Jones, Judy 195 Jones, Max 134 Jones, Pat 176 Jorgensen, George 205 Jorgensen, Joan 100,174,176,179 Jorgensen, Kathie 201 -K- Kaiser, Dennis 205 Kallstrom, Lee 193,211 Karpf, Henry 84 Karschner, Vivian 115 Karstens, Julie 231 Kasper, James 203 Katz, Miriam 231 Kaufmann, Karen 174,178,197,231 Kautter, Jeannie 231 Kautz, Nancy 195 Katskee, Roy 212 Kautter, Bill 205 Keefover, Harold 86 Kelley, Irene 41 Kelley, Lynne 231 Kelley, Sue 45,201 Kelly, Francis 102 Kemp, Donald 97 Kennedy, Paul 99 Keppel, C. Robert 89 Kersey, Dud 25,34,123,193,205 Kettle, Jim 134 Kidwiler, Barbara 201,231 Kiekhaefer, Roger 231 Kiewit, Peter 84 Kiggins, Gloria 195 Killian, Margaret 95 King, Robert 231 Kiplinger, Ralph 84 Kirk, Alan 231 Kirkpatrich, Andrew 231 Kirsteins, Uldis 231 Kiscoan, Jack 134 Kiser, John 231 Kisgen, Michael 207 Kleider, Karen 231 Klingforth, Jerilyn 196 KHngforth, Julie 38,196,231 Klatt, Jack 231 Knight, Jeanne 196 Knight, Roger 61 Knopp, Daniel 231 Knowles, Roger 203,231 Knowles, Roland 232 Koenig, Ben 69,87 Konecky, Al 218 Kortright, Ken 134 Kotlar, Vincent 232 Kranda, William 232 Krenzer, Robert 101,115 Kreps, Roland 205 Kroeger, Janet 196 Krogh, Susie 196 Kufal, John 218 Kunkel, Marge 32 Kundel, Carolyn 95 Kurth, Bert 100,109 Kurtz, Stan 134 Kuster, Richard 232 -L- Lambcrt, W. C. B. 93 Lane, Marilin 232 Langan, Gerald 232 La None, Carol 232 Larkin, Janet 232 Larson, Albert 91 Larsen, Lori 232 Latz, David 232 Laumeyer, Norman 232 Laursen, Edward 115 Lea, Tliomas 115 Leach, Mary 41 Lefgren, Julenn 195 Lefler, Clarence 86 Lemar, William 95 Lenz, Warren 61 Leonard, John 102 Leshe, Jim 123,205 Less, Rich 45 Lewis, Stanley 171,232 Lich, Victor 211 Liefland, Hedwin 115 Limas, Paul 134 Lindell, Nancy 195 Lines, Dean 115 Linge, Gabrielle 232 Link, Maxine 232 Linstromberg, Walter 89 Lintzman, Steven 212 Lipman, Steve 218 Livingston, Art 101 Lohman, Sharon 196 Lomax, George 232 Lord, Ellen 100 Lorimer, John 205 Lowell, Robert 232 Lucas, John 101,102 Ludwig, Ron 57 Ludwig, William 232 Luefschuetz, Kari 212 Luschen, Karen 196 Lynch, George 115 Lynch, Pat 233 Lyons, Kent 233 -M- Macaitis, Stan 57 Mackie, Bob 57 Madigan, Dennis 45 Magnuson, Carl 163 Malik, Jack 92 Manasek, Bev 196 Mangan, Judy 201 Mannon, Duane 207 Mannon, Michael 207 Markey, Caroline 69,115 Markus, Milda 139 Marlowe, WiUiam 233 Marios, Henry 233 Marquardt, Donald 69,89 Marrow, Judy 196,233 Masek, Mel 134 Masilko, Gary 207 Mason, Dave 134 Matson, Linda 233 May, Claudia 174,195 May, James 233 McCallum, Kent 25,78,193,223 McCallum, Lynn 124,205 McCallum, Shari 213 257 McCann, Laurie 41,195 McCann, Merrily 196 MeCardle, G. M. 87 McCaskey, Raymond 233 MeCauUev, Marion 100 McChane ' , Robert 207 McCord, Sherman 102 McCormick, Bob 57 McCoy, Judy 201 McCune, James 233 McCurtain, Edmund 93 McDade, Wayne 233 McDermott, Thomas 233 McDowell, Chester 233 McEvven, Ken 124,207 McFarhn, Lyle 193,203 McGlee, Nancy 196 McGranahan, Robert 86,97,101 McKenna, Judy 141,192 McKeman, Duane 207 McKinney, Judy 233 McLean, Francis 233 McMillan, John 92,171 McNabb, Emma 115 McNulty, Joe 171 Means, Clarence 62 Means, Loren 233 Means, Raymond 100 Meisner, Wendell 207 Melingaucho, Paul 62 Melleno, Frank 233 Mencke, Joan 170,196,233 Mencke, Reed 233 Menze, Stan 207 Merica, Bev 201 Merriam, Judy 84 Merritt, Mollis 234 Messina, Mike 207 Metcalfe, Al 153,234 Meyers, Carl 132,134,137 Meyers, Jan 25,41,141 Meyers, Mary Beth 45,201,221 Meyers, Ruth 196 Meyer, Vic 218 Mielke, Jack 203 Miller, Barry 57,135 Miller, John 115 Miloni, Louis 134 Minteer, Joyce 102 Minter, Greg 203 Mitchell, Bemice 115 Mlnarek, Larry 207 Moeller, Keith 203 Modes, Sandra 138 Monaghan, Dennis 205 Monaghan, Judi 196 Moon, Charles 234 Mooney, Mary 234 Moore, David 90 Moore, Mike 123,207 Moore, Roger 207 Moran, Mike 218 Moravec, Jan 123,195 Morey, Diane 196,234 Moray, Gary 207 Morgan, Carol 138 Morgan, Tom 163 Moriarty, Rich 57 Mott, Dotti 195 Moulton, Mary Beth 194 Mulvanity, Donald 234 - N - Naylor, Kirk 86,99 Nehmer, Kenneth 89 Nelson, Aveline 234 Nelson, Beth 41,123,192,194 Nelson, Elvis 234 Nelson, Jan 234 Nelson, Ken 193 Nelson, Nancy 41,196 Nelson, Sheila 196 Nelson, Sumter 234 Nelson, William 234 Nesvan, Polly 141 Neuberger, Joe 57 Neville, William 203 Nevotti, Joseph 205 Newton, John 92 Nicholson, Bill 205 Nicolinia, James 234 Nielsen, Gary 204 Nielsen, Robert 234 Nodean, Walter 171,234 Nolte, Roy 99,105 Nordquist, Frank 204 Norton, Nancy 178,201 Nosal, Jack 57 Novak, William 234 Novotny, Edwin 234 Nybbelin, Jackie 138 Nyholm, Hedvig 90 -O- Oberg, Gail 45 O ' Brian, James 234 Oschner, James 86 O ' Connell, Jane 201 O ' Connor, Terry 207 O ' Connor, Tom 193,207 Offutt, Casper 91 Ogden, Bob 62,235 Olson, Donald 235 Olsen, Terry 207,235 Olson, Bruce 204 Olson, Lynn 204 Olson, Melvin 92 Oleson, B. Gale 87,99,109 O ' Neill, Gerald 235 Orban, Donald 93,172 Otto, George 207 Over, Oliver 203 Over, Oscar 203 -P- Palmer, Chuck 45,235 Palmer, Jackie 123,196 Papineau, George 203 Parks, Robert 204 Parker, Herbert 235 Parker, Pat 192 Paroczai, Andrew 115 Patach, Dorothy 96 Paul, Aldrich 93 Pavel, Phyllis 235 Payne, George 134 Payne, Keith 235 Payne, Wilfred 69,91 Probst, Judy 141 Pechar, Ed 207 Pelowski, James 33,124,153,204 Pelowski, John 204 Pence, Ann 25,170,235 Penn, Frank 235 Perdini, D. T. 92 Perkins, Edwin 115 Perkins, Lee 62,204 Perkins, Ralph 203 Peters, Kermit 92 Petersen, Donald 235 Petersen, Jack 134,207 Petersen, Gilbert 203 Peterson, James 92 Peterson, Paul 45,97 Peterson, Richard 207 Pflasterer, Donald 99,108 Piacitelli, Carol 235 Picking, Dona 201 Pixley, Dean 235 Platz, Bill 203 Plotkin, Justin 212 Plummer, Karen 235 Pond, Walter 115 Pope, Karen 23,45,235 Poppino, Sally 41 Potter, Eliot 235 Potts, William 115 Poulson, BiUie 196 Poulson, Jo 196 Poulson, Mary 41,196,213 Prewitt, Cheryl 95 Price, Genevieve 109 Price, Jerry 171,235 Prusha, Donald 236 PuUen, Donna 53 Pullen, Ronald 87,199 Pyle, Glenn 236 -Q- Quercia, Dominic 236 -R- Rachford, George 99,106 Rafter, Richard 236 Ragnow, Dou g 207 Rankin, Benjamin 163 Ranking, Larry 236 Rashid, Ralph 236 Rasp, Karen 196,213 Ratti, Emilio 111 Reasoner, Nancy 192,236 Reifert, Kajrl 236 Reiff, Merle 153 Reiff, Phil 204,236 Reisser, Gail 213 Richards, Phyllis 236 Richardson, Michael 236 Ranch, Verda 103 Readhimer, Bob 134 Rester, Susan 201 Rhodes, Varro 84 Rich, Louis 212 Richardson, Gerry 134,218 Richardson, Mike 211 Richards, Phyllis 200 Richmond, Colleen 194 Riggs, Bob 34,35 Rinschen, Judy 41 Risius, Joe 134 Ritner, John 45,57 Rivera, Ray 134 Roads, Margie 236 Robb, Everett 204 Roberts, Darrell 236 Roberts, Harold 236 Robbins, Roy 91 Robins, Daphne 196,236 Roberto, Anthony 134 Roberts, Beth 101 Roberts, Lola 41 Robinson, Carol 50,51 Robinson, John 115 Rock, Don 236 Rodgers, Paul 90 Rogge, Kenneth 203 Rohrbough, Ethel 115 Rokes, WiUis 103,105 Rolle, Nancy 194 Rothrock, Geoge, Jr. 91 Rudd, Frederick 237 Rummelhart, Peggy 200 -S- Sacks, Mike 237 Sager, Marilyn 200 Saltzman, Rosalie 90 Salek, Duane 134 Samson, Milo 203 Sapp, Lyle 237 Sawyer, Frences 237 Sawyer, Lyn 200 Saxton, Chuck 123,127,204 Sayers, Roger 60,61,134 Scalla, Dick 203 Scarpello, Fred 207 Schabloske, George 203 Scheffler, John 237 Schell, Norman 163 Schiro, Donna 200 Schmad, Gretel 196 Schmid, Charles 207 Schmid, Dave 207 Schmidt, Larry 55,193,211,237 Schmidt, Robert 237 Schnack, Wesley 237 Schneider, Dave 61 Schneckloth, Carmen 207 Schneider, Edward 212 Schoep, Mary 52 Schram, Edna 237 Schreiner, Carl 45,221 Schulz, Jackie 194 Schuman, Elaine 174,176,179 Schurr, David 171 Schwalb, Nathan 212 Schwartz, Benjamin 91 Schwenk, Ronald 237 Schwerdtfeger, Leon 237 Scott, Marjorie 124,194 Seaman, Jan 174,194 Searock, Charles 237 Seddon, Dick 204 Sedlock, John 237 Sedlacek, Charles 92 Seeley, Ron 237 Seibert, Betty 237 Selders, Bob 171 Seiko, Margenne 115 Seiko, Niel 211,237 Severa, Jean 170,196,237 Shatford, Sidney 238 Shepperd, William 238 Siemers, Curt 93,109,123 Shuttleworth, James 238 Shanks, Wilham 238 Shannon, Diane 194 Sharpe, Virgil 93,109 Sharpe, Roger 203 Shields, Pat 204 Shradar, Barbara 159,200 Shult, Donald 92 Shyken, Paul 212 Sibel, Jean 213 Siebler, Bob 51,207 Simpson, Betty 45 Simpson, Bob 34,35 Simpson, Mabel 138,200 Sinclair, Jack 204 Sipherd, Suzi 35,41,196 Skalla, Richard 238 258 Shamulis, Ed 193 Skyden, Paul 238 Skryja, James 238 Slaine, John 238 Smith, Ahc 109 Smith, Karen 200,238 Smith, Ken 57 Smith, Mahlpn 163 Smith, Marrion 238 Smith, Raymond 91 Smith, William 238 Snyder, Jolene 41 Socha, Richard 238 Somer, Gene 152,163 Somer, Gene 162,163 Sorensen, Mary Ann 238 Spagnuolo, Sebastian 90 Spangler, Earl 115 Spangler, Iris 198 Spellman, Sandra 198 Spence, Elmer 238 Spenceri, Frank 218 Spooner, Herbert 211 Squire, Clayton 238 Stacke, Karen 194 Stadie, Ronald 238 Stageman, Paul 69,89 Stanek, Ed. 124,134,207 Stanley, Davey 238 Statler, Gary 207 Staub, Sandy 34,158,194 Steele, Elroy 90 Steele, Richard 203 Stern, Benjamin 91 Stillmock, Wilham 172,207 Stolley, Joyce 53 Stolley, John 203 Stoney, Roger 204 Stracke, Del Ray 238 Stmad, Linda 41,170,198,239 Stronberg, Pamela 200,239 Struble, Linda 39 Sullivan, Judy 196 Summers, Lynda 41 Swanson, Everett 101 Swanson, Gary 239 Svi ' anson, Larry 57 Swenson, Shirl 110 Szemplenski, Mike 57 -T- Taber, Max 239 Tabor, Doris 99 Taggart, James 92 Talmadge, Charles 163 Taylor, Al 123,134,207,239 Taylor, Harry 204 Taylor, Marlin 163 Taylor, Phyllis 196 Tedesco, Tom 207 Temme, Carol 239 Tesor, Rudy 207 Tesar, Yvonne 198 Theil, Beverlv 200 Thibault, Ma ' rilou 174,179,200,221 Thomas, John 204 Thompson, Bernard 239 Thompson, Janice 174,192 Thompson, Susan 194 Thomsen, Carol 196 Thomdike, David 163,239 Thur, Marilyn 200 Tibbetts, Edward 207 Tibbie, Ralph 239 Timm, Earlene 158,196 Timmons, Lorinda 239 Tinker, Thomas 239 Titzell, Velma 87 Toman, Ron 204 Torbensen, Anna 239 Trautrimas, Ruta 239 Treadle, Tichard 203 Tredway, Daniel 99 Trenholm, Raymond 92 Trickett, A. Stanley 91 Trout, Gene 203,239 Taylor, Frank 239 Turner, James 239 Turner, Larry 218 Turner, Linda 239 Turner, Margery 90 Turner, Philip 239 Turnquist, Toni 23 -U- Ulfers, Sherrie 141,200 Ulrich, Diane 204 Utley, William 93, 105 Utterback, Darlene 198 Utts, Tom 45,203 Uz dawinis, Margie 141,176 - V- Vaccaro, Jack 57 Van Buggenhout, Phil 115 Van Clevc, Judy 196 Vander Stoep, Jo Ann 41,196 Van Houten, Robert 203 Van Outrey, Robert 207 Van Voorhis, Pat 41,170,192,198,240 Van Wey, Joe 207 Vasholz, Norrine 194 Vaughn, Barbara 41 Vecchio, Vicky 198 Velehradsky, Kathy 198 Vetter, Carol 22,45 Villafuerte, Lupe 240 Villnow, Larry 204 Vincent, Gerald 240 Vincentini, Judy 34 Vogler, Harvey 87 Vogt, Bill 45,221,240 Vogt, John 204 Vogt, Philip 93 Voigt, Max 172,207 Volenec, Joanne 200 Vondra, Elayne 198 Voor Vart, William 115 Vorel, Marilyn 200 - W- Wachtler, Bill 57 Wagner, Diana 194 Wagner, Erik 204 Wagner, Shirley 41 Wakefield, BiU 204 Walker, William 240 Walter, Marie 41,170,194,240 Walvoord, Charlotte 198 Wardle, Ralph 90 Ward, Edwin 240 Warner, Milton 240 Warthen, Brice 240 Watchom, Donald 100,134 Watson, Ken 204,240 Weatherly, Pat 141 Weaver, Starr 198,240 Weber, Mike 203 Wehrli, Sandy 198 Wehry, Kathy 194 Weidenhammer, Sue 41,138,196 Weil, Liz 174,179 Weintraub, Arnold 212 Weisser, Frederick 95 Welniak, Kathy 194 Welstcad, Louise 141 Wenck, Dale 134 Wendling, Donald 240 Wentworth, Gary 57 Wessendorf, Walt 204 West, Susan 192,200,240 White, Paul 240 Williams, Annie 240 Williams, Cliff 115 Williams, John 211 Williams, Judith 196 Williams, Marshall 241 Williams, Paul 45 Williams, Sylvester 95 Wilson, Leigh 45,241 Wilson, Roberta 241 Winer, Arnold 241 Winget, Kingston 241 Wolenski, Michael 101,134 Woods, Donald 104,105 Wood, Gerald 241 Wood, Vem 163 Woods, Frances 241 Woods, Herman 241 Wortz, Charles 241 Wybenga, Karolee 123,138,194,241 Wyman, Rankin 241 - Y- Yelick, Liz 198 Yelkin, Virgil 57,100 Young, Donald 241 -Z- Zager, Olon 41 Zagor, Shari 123,194 Zalenka, Julie 45 Zeltins, Dace 200,241 Zevitz, Maureen 241 Zimmer, John 241 Zimmerman, Ken 45,241 Zinn, Janine 68 Zwerling, Stan 172 259 I


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