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

 - Class of 1965

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Because these activities are planned on a month-to-month basis, this book depicts each month as a chapter in the story of a University year, beginning March 'l, 1964. lnanch nnanch lnanch IHAQCH rnanch inamch rnamch tnanch inanch rnanch , , ' M " ,z If if X W w ' 1 52 ' ' oneek week qneek weq met show A1213 show an alpha lamsoa oolta. alr tomahawk tomahawk mack tmok mack mac easten convocation aa. hloh school Jourznallsn phl eta sloma. phi eta oesate oelsate oesate as you like It as you ll may . 4 - Q tt 4 To give a fair and accurate record of the past year's eventslis the aim loflthislyealr's 1 B TOMAHAWK, edited by Sheri Hronek. Sheri and her staff have endeavored to represent your University in all of its facets t 5 ' A ' 1 , , 1 , tw t l V it in " V 1-' T rl-u-:-5:-T 2-get-Q-l , ' lt f li as well as provide some lasting memories. The 1965 TOMAHAWK staff -- includes Barbara Brown, associate editor, Diane Berry, sports editor, Patti Matson, senior editor, Livi Bergman, Greek editor, Debbie Pelowski, copy editor, Dianne Johnson, index, ,Larry Wasikowski, photographer, and Paul V. Peterson and Jane Andersen, advisors. .. .4,,., ...V f -,, ,, .- ,,- 45- Qi . Y 'G tl .91 fl it -'L 1.3, :fi-1 .Sui-i 5412. .Le is TL?-. sl. .I e Ie. QZ4, J" - 52,1 :f',j11"et 'fa ' "K 1 i' f '- ' 1 ,t f, ,F , .Q T.. ...-... .,-.-., ., ,I ,I F -1 1' .1 -,g lt lt Q e . - .of J 'Q 1 J, E. -1 .- i. 5 ..J ' 9' .,m .Lui wwrl., s.n..e-f J. .:,.f.. 4.4. 'xy' ..,..g,. J.. f :WJ MJ . .L 'YWXI get F .rt few fl s- t"'1?g ff 3:3 Hmgf'lfI5ai17 ' Q M vs V ,M .. . 1. ,- -- Kafka ittff: uri. ' .,-: ,, 219.1135 we ual? K 'f ,. LJVQ- .J l .f-3: qv.-3.-i 7? -.Lf-.T ,ff-:iff-:S nt--xy -3 W i P ,Ji 1 tl :L rf' 1: 1 1 f 4' M nfl E Q W T , I-E , . Ng . . g. EX, - 1l- x WEP, P' S ,EEQHEJIVTH Qmmzf? 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Leading cast members were Mike Kisgen, Susan Johnson, Merle Reiff, Johnny Ray Gomez and Bob Larson. -Q Hia. fr p w H- 'fill' ,Q , L fs - .flaw is jiri, ,V ,Qi mx 1 so if i' ag-M? 1 I 1 -- Q . L is ggxll L i ' 'E' X ,N A ' . v1 .P , . y f l l N lr A ? l L, , I L L J 1 J fp' i 5 l 3 -gg " J l ' !'f' K 'E 'l'- I-lawlllll la"-1 uw if "haha ls-u F- i I ' 1 Y 'SARA I'-Q. .xx -abit D1 lu 1'Q'4?'n l , he uf M- Mx -s H' V , ,. Vi r ., and ., ' A xi if 2 1 -fa Rv mir, - V 1' - Vx? , 1 . 4- Rs lf "" 6 f I . S if f Ur ,. , Nw' ' "I b m x:':':" :"' A 1 g gfzelg 1 - -- '-' -gh-Fl ' "' .. 1 v-an ',-"4 , ,v Wh 'H "' .- A rg- ' -gh -- -A1 -,',. v--F ,., ggi--3' -' F.-, i,2wl1iI'I'f " u"'w'w"' 1 ' ww I W3 v li 1-5215 1 'lu In I W A f ji, vwrmx S Mi J ,,1,x 4. f 21133, H ' 5ltk9lMi41ir4a.hmmI My www ' 1 I - Eiikifwhlffl , ,,,,. .Ljw-wk-mi' , c. ,,'. ' A x 1 52 H M tt it r C ' - n M . me it Il Ie ... 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' 1 .il N . 4 . .f 4. ll ?'1 'Qs A, P f I --a '. ff' ' , '- - . I' --Y 9 af . 5 A. N I f 3 i I 4 5 I 1 4 i 1 l E The March Honors Convocation cited two winners. They are Charles D. Fntch, who won the Philip Sher Essay Contest for his paper on "Racial and Religious Mutual Respect," and David Hoffman, winner of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellow- ship Award. Others honored were members of Corinthians, scholastic honorary for iuniors and seniors. CORINTHIAN SOCIETY-TOP PICTURE: FIRST ROW: Janet Kroeger, treasurer, LaDonna John- son, secretary, Sally Shepard, Mary Poppino. SECOND ROW: W. C. B. Lambert, Anne Koch- anowicz, Erleen Christiansen, Jennifer Cackin, Ruth Everman. BOTTOM PICTURE: FIRST ROW: Dee Brezacek, Janet Hammond, Ruth Meyers, vice president, Judy Williams, president. SEC- OND ROW: Ludwig Mahrer, Frank Nocita, Myra Hellbush, Diane Mahoney, Kathleen Mc- Guire. PHI ETA SIGMA: FIRST ROW: Ray Kundel, LeMoyne Johnson, Fred Haeberlein. SECOND ROW: Donald Pflasterer, advisor: Gary Johnson, Carl Malm, Dan Zimmerman. Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman men's honorary. The requirements for membership is a 3.5 grade average for the first semester, or a 3.5 accumulative average for both semesters. Alpha Lambda Delta is the corresponding organization for freshmen women. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA: FIRST ROW: Carrol Dolinsky, Joan Berkheimer. SECOND ROW: Carol Shelton, Ruby McConkIe, Nina Bieda, Marcha Cohen. THIRD ROW: Sue Chapin, Hilde Walter. FOURTH ROW: Sheila Eyberg, Catherine Mosher, Delores Hurlburt, Clarice Moeller. 51 Q Y'-QP' ij Yi 1 x-7 ' s CJ' if T57 " 1 Quill 45 A A- wx The works of en studentsand tyvo Art Department ' faculty members were displdyedin-the Omaha Associated Artists Show April 6-24 on campus. Omaha University students displayed talent in another area at the Nebraska State Debate Tournament held at Wayne State College. Anne MacLeod won first place in the women's division of original oratory. 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I" . ,iff 5 i ff" X N Q '1 I my x. +a+-or-so Q gif as JN .., is if :ME eff if , N 'nw 'W m A 5 Sl it 5 -- f -,sf h Y, - D 1 A t , as ijmgcf X , ., jg, ,Linz ..,', QR X X1 'H it X s. t ml The Omaha University choir, under the direction of John Miller, presented a concert of voices in tune with the Easter season March 25 in the University auditorium. All r classes were dismissed for the convocation. fi r j-- I P? lllllllg . .5:l :I d gi s lisa. 9,552 , Q cows " i lglrafiwflg-J if-ff5fN,fggff3ai'v'r IN .,r H Y Iii, I ,- ',xi,,j! ,ir gl H 5 tx H 144- FA, iw, ' k s ,t ix 5' i A - i, r r rfr V r L.. his ii i tm! Q . lffvf is 'fi' 4' "ts , 1 if xV'a kg? x ' 1 -., . Y cap. 'Q . - N N 1 i. s ses . 'L' we 7 , , V I 'cf ' L4 if - A . V P i :fr .f . 15- . "w " nd f Q xt. TRACK: FIRST ROW: Ed Keel, Jack Krogh, Max Kurz, Dave Hagglund, Ray Haultman, Clyde Ketelsen, Gerald Shook. SECOND ROW: Lloyd Cardwell, coach, Roger Sayers, Dennis Ondilla, Pat Giddings, Bob Smilley, Ken Gould, Loren Drum, Don Watchorn, assistant coach. rW.:r,2gmd ve -mm , sliiwezwr OU's Trackmen finished the season unbeaten in dual and triangular and was fifth in the NAIA 200-meter dash at Sioux Falls. Ken Gould 'E 5 dash. OU placed fourth in both indoor and outdoor CIC competition. INDOOR TRACK OU OPP 59 Doane College 53 Hastings College 17 48 Emporia State 47 South Dakota Univ. 33 58 Wayne State College 38 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 33 82 Graceland College 28 Simpson College 10 OUTDOOR TRACK OU OPP 107 Simpson College 29 67 Washburn Univ. 39 9 mr Y- competition. Roger Sayers won the special 100-meter dash at the Kansas meet and was second to world-record-holder Henry Carr at Drake. Terry Williams tied the world sixty-yard dash mark indoors when he ran :06.0 broke OU records in the mile, 2-mile, 1500-meters and indoor 880 yard . v and 211. ' Q' -JM 'A-' as 1.2, 'fig' .AW14 '4 211. ll w: ,a . 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M lp Will 5 ' Alpha Epsilon Pl sponsored their first annual AE Pl Throw Aprll 17 In the Field House One thousand whipped cream ples were hurled at dublously honored candldates of the Greek organlzatlons and ISA. Students pald twenty fave cents a throw to smear their favorite" candidates Wmners, and obviously best targets, were Malanle Jeub of Zeta Tau Alpha and Larry Foreman of Pl Kappa Alpha. Proceeds were sent to the Olympic Fund. 523 QS' .Mn Mui gi X mg my ww 1- as nsgggi. E w-sas ' :gn mm X in H Q QL-a ww , : x - H251 V in M.. fw5!fX'fu2 JIM? gq Z9 : H M .. : 22: we 'ai ...RH .. K!! S MW!!! A PEW in B 2225 w 'z :gi me am qgf ssiihgg W m M - .wa md! W Q K5 mm Msg -vs 515' " M iEi'555E5:.: W nm w E i Q17 W ma r E? ,M W 2 fy ' wfggfz' T' " ' ' ,. 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MQ ,M 4 vi., M V' 1i?riQ6Rfii5'!??yq l1 352 ' """ Q A W . , I , ,,. 4 , , I , wx, N , LEW 'Z' V . fm W . 2 2:1362 5 M, I . 1 . Aw. ,J L nw iygyaiigig' ' ,fl 'L ,THEM-f X jim , 5, :fm 4.0 M ,, ffpzyz ffsgggzm Ease YW SPRAY' M sw' .W 53 Y 1 42 g,flf5i5is1,,f 1,: s Q.. t-.,,u' .Q X xmqfv gn., ix.-x xfzgg V i ' i 5 M X - ':?fi.rli,IZfi2fiI' ,, -.f wk vw Wiiv mssaiefizifmwi. 11 W gx.1,11L,,f,W2,Q 2' im'-:Q--1:1 - 2: 1 BASEBALL: FIRST ROW: Joe Berenis, Don Gruidel, Ed Bryant, Rich Lang, Lon Bernth, Ron Bernth, Joe Pecha. SECOND ROW: Wayne Backes, Jim Butler, Ken McEwen, Dun Lincoln, Jim Kincaid, Rich Lerdahl, Ken Allen, Jim Collins. THIRD ROW: Virgil Yelkin, coach, Jim Phillips, student manager, larry Krehbiel, Larry Wood, Gary Gilmore, Paul Koster, Don Crum, Frank Elias, Rich Vacek, Joe Neuberger, assistant coach. -. ,- 2 , , u Quik , u maze, A1639 '21 ,N ,, QQ N fb P 'cf' ae- zez- ' N 1' .i',vt ,'-"' ti 2 l ,Q l if If BJ , OU OPP OU OPP 6 Peru State 'I 8 Washburn University 3 5 Peru State 5 'l5 Nebraska Wesleyan 7 2 South Dakota State 0 7 Creighton University 2 7 South Dakota State 'I 8 Creighton University 0 7 Hastings College 0 8 'Sterling College 'l 3 Hastings College l 7 'Wayne State College 6 17 Drake University 2 5 'Wayne State College 4 4 Emporia State 0 7 """Mayvllle State College 2 10 Emporia State 3 0 """MayviIle State College 'l 5 Washburn University 3 0 """Mayville State College 3 'l' NAIA Area South Playoffs 'H' NAIA Area 3 Playoffs Judy Eichhorn, llege World Series Queen IDI P Q 'C S A-qi'-r ' fm Ac tk t let! - P et. me ' '.g'wv' ,, , -V, , . , . . P y v t y, , - -N t. 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At 9:30 students gathered to watch the crowning of Princess Attira XXX, Earlene Timm of Chi Omega. Her attendants were .Ian Moravec, Alpha Xi Delta, Georgia Ruby, Sigma Kappa, and Malanie Jeub, Zeta Tau Alpha. A parade through downtown Omaha climaxed the morning's activities. An informal lunch was served on the women's P.E. field and was followed by games and the crowning of the Biggest Idiot of the Day. May 8 ended with a dance in the Peony Park ballroom. PN 'Sins u ' mutual ' i X , . Y A I X 'Q-P" "They Said It Couldn't Be Done" was the theme for the Ma-ie Day float building contest. Alpha Xi Delta won the first place trophy for their train entry and the words "I Think I Can" on the side. Lambda Chi Alpha took second place for their entry depicting the fabled hare and tortoise race. Third place went to Chi Omega's ship-in-a-bottle float. New EDXTUR n DVEVCREASED CAMPUS PARK Wu FREE i 'xukmbf A. V lU1li u-n G V WED 0F IH V '45 V-.5 , ,"' -,TV - Q-' . . 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V . may C +V 4QW ' ?' 55" ' fl? y Ii Q .7Qm5MA Mfr K , r Sv 5 'xvx "4 I K g I 5 'xy-M , .. ex, Y ' '7- ' ' U lf ' - , V7 :gi ' ' ,T " fd 1 43,1 ' 1 F I J V -, . Q.. , f If - l gk JE f - 1 "N lu 4 R '- H .--A ,U if x x OU bootstrappers gathered for the annual Pen and Sword Society Dinner Dance in December. Above, t. Colonel James D. Hunsaker discusses results of the AFROTC Books for Iran drive with cadets Don Spooner and Bob lakish. 45 cz ,fu f it PEN AND SWORD SOCIETY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Captain John Bashow, intramurals officer, Lt. Donnell Miller, assistant intramurals officer, Mrs. Jacque Webel, secretary, Lt. Colonel James D. Hunsaker, president, Marie Gross, social secretary, Captain Lawrence Felton, treasurer, Captain Diane Batchelder, assistant public relations officer, Lt. Joe Namaksy, public relations officer and Colonel John Barclay, vice president. ,iw f E l "M x X ii -lm IQIQQQI-QIQQKQU K Q1 1 4, nm? -Fl Y" 111 V'P I V .- ..-5- .-L-.-1-..-2 emma? l """'9'vE" 1 - 1 :Isl nj r F.-H ' """ "E-"'f".l ' 'E'-J?-.!ig?ffi:b1E , l " 4 ll .. A 17fji,.HE i - "' - un L. T ' .l "'1l.E'-"-Ei'i'QHiil septemuem septemsem septemsen septemlsen septemnen septemlsen septemlsen septemlssm septemlsem septemlsen . Y . Q, ff x u g ,N w H u W ' ig ' Ni ,:ym' 'Q ,' '. ' NIV X , E H "ff DW!!! W lil!! Hill 1 1 El w 1 Q f ef H-7' 2' V 34 Q Q 'xv X ly V 'Rig fi f M ' . E S 1 , Q F , ., 1 pw 'wwf 'Q !- X V N A n , , P' , A , 1 . ,,s f ' 1 '. iw' "" r KU 1 K' xx ,. xv W 5' WCW' l w . X ' 'WSW' ' ,li , , . . , ce ,- . v 'z '.' 1 . l N Sh,- ,tzc A I., . X :-sea-' qegf. K A ,, , 4, 3 -3.,??9A'p vii.2 , , ' mln A !?' 5 el ,,4A - lf Zi s ' ' ..-f 'P'- W 'AS 1 if v i c 5-:siift W w,jY,yQ'gaM Eh .- . , 'F H ' ' XI s 3:52 4' . LQA QQ 39" i fl"'2fw4 OU enrollment reached an all-time high as 8,699 students registered for fall classes. The new IBM card system made registration a speedier process and saved staff members urs of clerical work. Parking stickers distributed at the time of registration were substituted at mid-semester because they were in violation of the state motor vehicle code. An autumn art show displayed works done by members of the Art Department. 1: x. 39 " its l 'll ' ... 5 -',,. ,. ,hh L ,L:- ,L:s,, , "1.n.l1:'u I CAU. NUMzBfR CALL NUMBER 232 448 1' t my at Aziz srrii :px wx tw 91,59 N N , ., Vrfiwgl-. ---' l . - -eqif--.-Y . ,ii W 3553135 1 J. 1 -rw. rrrfi my +-I T171 r X " 1 I W ,Q-,J l .r I I ,Lv . I - in ! :,J.6.g1i..,., 1 . p r,ait,eU-- u il 11 lH!l-- i'.l III! l-- fy lil EI ijt 66 New students to OU's campus met September 19 in the Field House for New Student Day, sponsored by the Student Council Following a welcome by President Milo Bail, the new crop met with their deans and counselors. Upper classmen, serving as hosts and hostesses, acquainted the new students with the layout and policies of Omaha University. .155 :,'Qxxv:?." A -.-L51 G 4 yy .wi gl. X . sf- M V, -l mA ,D4 fx ?'1- I Q M, ' .. A TZ' -.Qui f if 31 -.' I I M1 ' ff ! q .1 ,- JJ we Af.-11-,Ei 5.65 : ea., ' ' --5. s,S",1' 6" 6, T w I, 1' I qw 355131 K, . ii ' 'Ka , . 'V '11 , ' hiv . f . 4' 76: "1" V ' n P, 'I an ,V I 'm-1,3 , 'vi-. ...- -fu..-f 1 sf as , . -il Y-35. H. ak? sy F'- f"' 5' 5.Tm3Z31QE,,j'i.'.g.'I A w, - - ,,,,.. , .-1-1 QQEWLM, ' ' if . X Av If "Q:-:EM I 1 5 J I :gi .S sl bi NT'-FN ' ,,:- 5' "' I - 'F M '2-ww, - ' ' 9-J -- ,, f ,, tx, gif, , . K, E .Q , qv I, . K' .VN D , Ml A as X W P Q ,i ,, i :SIL N lf 55 4 gy.. WX - egg' Y 'xii' " PANHELLENIC COUNCIL: FIRST ROW: Delores Hurlburt, Barb Keast, Phyllis Faasse. SECOND ROW: Mary Lynn Rhoade, Pam Smith, Mariorie Scott. Panhellenic Council is an organization composed of two representatives from each of the four sororities on campus. Its obiect is to promote good relations among sororities and to create inter-sorority activities. Two representatives from each sorority pledge class are chosen to serve in Junior Panhellenic Council. Members of Junior Panhellenic Council are FIRST ROW: Noel Weimer, Sandy Burdick, Sharon VanVoohis, Marsha Mefford. SECOND ROW: Sue Hancock, Brenda Williams, Delores Hurlburt, Denie Nesvan, and Nancy Chaput. -fe- as .Qu INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL: FIRST ROW: Pol Halloran, Duane Mannon, John Stolley, Don McMichael, William Gerhracht, advisor. SECOND ROW: Larry Miller, Lyle Karre, Steve Walling, Earl Buckels, Steve Boguchwal, LeRoy Dyer, John Burkheimer, Joe Sokol, Richard Russell, Bob Gustafson. The lnterfraternity Council, composed of three representa- tives from the six social fraternities, organizes and controls formal rush in the fall and spring. lt also cooperates with the Panhellenic Council in the planning of Greek Week each spring and each year awards a trophy to the outstanding fraternity pledge. 2 EE A 5- x , 'Ext . .l' U '1 J' rx "R ,L V We ohms. F' Im l QQ, Tl- X 1-'ll virginia Bohaty J Ann Bogacz Carol Bottorft Dotti Brian Carol Carlson Sandra Croft 1 Jeanne Delaney Sharon Donnermeyer Sharon Eddy Susan Eggers Gail Enquist 'bh- . 1 - i lm 'sm , .p ,.'t'- if s ALPHA Xl DELTA ..... Homecoming Princess-Shari Zagor, First Place, Sig Ep Sing, Typical Freshman-Bev Grasso, Student Council-Bev Grasso, Kathy Wybenga, Shari Zagor, Senior Class Secretary-Judy nsenp Junior Class Secretary-Kathy Daleyp Sophomore Class Secretary-JoAnn Kruntoradp Board of Student Publications-Ginny Bohaty, Highest Greek Active Average-Diane Mahoney, Tomahawk Beauty Contest 4th Runner-up-Kathy McGuire, TKE Coral Queen- Pauline Williams, Lambda Chi Crescent Girl-Pam Steinertp Ma-ie Day Float, First Place, WRA All-Sports Trophy Marjorie Scott president Joe Sokol King Satan ,J M1 Jeanne Hamilton Sue Hamilton Nancy Hemsath Judy Jensen Joyce Kavan Gloria Kiggins Marleen McGuire Marilyn Miller Stephanie Mion Lois Prazan Marilyn Rasmussen Linda Richards Mary Sutton Jeannie Timmerman Judy Vincent Kathy Wybenga Shari Zagor Judy Zerbe it 145 l' Marcia Cathcart President Pam Adams Donna Anderson Deanne Brezacek Carole Buntz Francee Ernst Phyllis Faasse Roxanne Holmes Margie Holmquist Mary Johnson Pat Karre Marsha Mefford Diane Meissinger CHI OMEGA ..... Ma-ie Day Princess-Earlene Timm, Spring Sing, First Place, Campus Scholarship Award, Outstanding Greek Kristy Isaacson, Student Council-Judy Gilbert, Patti Matson, Kristy Isaacson, Pat Karre, Mariorie Holmquist, Board of Student Publications-Sheri Hronek, Phyllis Faasse, Sig Ep Sweetheart- Sue Galloway, National College World Series Queen-Judy Gilbert, Theta Chi Sweater Girl-Susan Johnson, Freshman Class Secretary-Karen Payne, Pi Kap Dream Girl-Judy Gilbert, TOMAHAWK editor-Sheri Hronek, Tomahawk Beauty Contest- Frances Ernst, Queen, Kristy Isaacson, First Runner-up, Karen Sedoris, Second Runner-up g . m Chi Omega Knights. . .Norman Custard, Loren Drum, LeRoy Dyer, Harvey Gilbert, Ed Jones, Ken Reidemann, Steve Walling .M F 3 T.-. i?3' J . .f ' c .,v" X ,I L ' le Niatv ,-.je C, J-4 - l l I: i Karen Payne Diann Petersen Cheryl Plymate Terri Pospichal Billie Poulson V V.. 'V- ,...f V 1 Jennifer Shurtleff Sue Stephenson Jane Stockman Lani Stockman Jackie Thorp Marilyn Theiler .7-A Q3- Dodie Jenkins Carole Kucera Nancy Lunsford Parsla Mende Jill Prawl Lynda Solomon Sharon Van Voorhis Amy Becske Betty Bluvos Jane Carter Nancy Chuput Vivian Colombo Linda Flack s SIGMA KAPPA ..... Tomahawk Beauty Contest Top Ten-Amy Becskep Pledge with Highest Grade Point-Delores Hurlburtp Blood Drive-First Placep Nebraska Miss Wool, 1965-Pat McFarIandp Campus Christian Fellowship-Nancy Lundsford, president Pom Smith President Lyle Karre Bob Woodworth 7 H Typical College Man Sigma Honey fl' 'S ma, 'uii 1Er'sT 'fu mul nrr J- Mary Greim Rulh Helligso Jackie Horn Delores Hurlburl W - . .A.,-,M V, -me - , ,,,...,.,,,.Q,...r...,, ,.. ..,.,.4-we w,s.M-- -e- '- W w W -- wr A ' J- mv . A nm 'iii ""' 'wt mu mm .um Hi-H v ' I 'llll' IF lil' i' V9 -V :ae is ' ...,f' .ve 'W' Q2 J. 4 f uw H m w ww. w my Janice Kreici Barbara Lacy Pai McFarland Sandra Nielsen Janice Rose Karen Swenson Patricia Woriz ZETA TAU ALPHA ..... Cutest Pan-Carolanne Hadfieldp Tomahawk Beauty Contest Top Ten-Lydia Whitey Indianne Leader-Sherrie Ulfersp Typical Indianne-Lydia Whitey TKE Sweetheart-Marcia Rayp Sig Ep Bunny-Cathy Stoeberp Lambda Chi Honorary Pledge-Shirley Newcomerp GATEWAY Society Editor-Kathy Vail, Diane Berryp TOMAHAWK Jan Thompson Tom Szemplenski Jon Bergeson slaffiblane Berryl-AE Ple pmiden, Codes, Mm, zen, Honey Throw Queen-Malanre Jeub Joyce Vacek Kathleen Vail Lydia White Ruth Wieczorek Sue Zimmer Susie Kessinger Jacque Newcumer JoAnn Stamgl Lance Fosler Richard Gibb Jim Knoiek Kurt Krause Ray Kunclel Frank LaBarca Don McMichael Karl Paulison Ken Riedemann Duane Rowe Joe Shelbal LaVerne Silu Fred Waples Bruce Will Bob Bales Dan Bender Gerald Bender Michael Berry TAU KAPPA EPSILON ..... President-Joe Sokol, Vice President-Ron Cullonp Secretary- Dave Richardsonp Treasurer-Bruce Willy Pledge Trainer-Jerry Benderp Freshman Class Officer-Gregg Jespersenp Chi Omega Knight-Ken Riedemannp Alpha Xi King Satan- Joe Sokolp lnlramural Bowling Trophy I., ,-1? Joe Sokol president 3' f' Dave Bogardus Ray Bush Jerry Byrnes Dave Chambers Ronald Culton John DeLorenzo Chuck Greene Steve Grunther Richard Harbert Marlin Hornig Gregg Jespersen Dick Johnson Pauline Williams Marcia Ray TKE Coral Queen TKE Sweetheart mu X X X W w it ,, James Kreici Richard Kros Robert Maley, Jr. Dennis McMahon Rick Ray David Richardson Robert Ryba Robert Steele Douglas Stewart Michgel Thomas Check Will Ken Wiltse iid Q... Jace Anderson Jack Anderson Max Axelsen Jack Benedick Danny Dascovich John Davey Ronald Davis Bill Demers Anlhony Gervasio Sieve Gugas Bob Gustafson Larry Hammer James Hayek James Hayward Larry Hufferd Bob Jeffrey Mike Kisgen Charles Kozail Gary Kunkler Jerry Lofberg Duane Mannon Gary E. Masilko Ken McEwen George Miller Bob Nelson Kenneth Netwig Randy Nielson George Norlhfelfer Sue Galloway Sig Ep Sweelheari gill M sv" we X Jerry Paskevic Douglas Ragnow Richard Rell Rod Rhoden Loren Schnittgrund William Sianek Fred Scarpello president SIGMA PHI EPSILON ..... Student Council-Larry Hammerg Steve Cathcartp Senior Class President-Mike Kisgenp Junior Class President-Joe Bensonp Junior Class Vice President-Loren Drump Sophomore Class President-Randy Nielsonp Sophomore Class Vice President-Bob Gustafsonp Chi Omega Knight- Ed Jonesp Intramural Basketball and Four-Mile Relay, First Place 5 S' +5 P3159 ., f P John Stewart Peter Suurvarik Don Vanderwerf Jim Vincent Douglas Volk 5 John Bozak Jim Carlson Loren Drum Jim Fuxa Charles Hamsa Bob Hansen Eddie Jones Jim Kay Frank Lushinsky Rich Mahan Jerry Miller Mike Murphy John Norton Bill Olson Fred Elsasser L. R. Forman Gene Grok Bud Hanneman Keith Johnson Dennis Kaiser Ronn Miller Mike Moore Rodney Roenfeldt Charles Saxon Douglas, Slaughter Joe Snell Terry Turner Bill Vasel 5, 1 'QQ m Bob Autenrieth Ron Barta Mike Baylor Bud Belitz James Bae Eddie Bryant Pl KAPPA ALPHA ..... Student Council-Rich Tompsett, presidentp Mike Mench, treasurerp Doug Slaughter, Terry Dudleyp Senior Vice President-Joe Snellg Typical Freshman-Steve Sheppardp Outstanding Greek Pledge Mike Menchp Pledge with Highest Average-Rodney Roenfeldtp lnterfraternity Scholarship Cupp Spring Sing First Placep Chi Omega Knight-Harvey Gilbertp AE Pi Throw King-Larry Formang lnterfraternity Sweepstakes Trophyp Intramural Sweepstakes Trophy Pat Halloran president Judy Gilbert Dream Girl Tom Catlin Harold Conner Jim Cramer John Donelon Terry Dudley Rick Eggen Douglas Gehrig Steve Gidley Donald Gilbert Harvey Gilbert Jay Grabow Dave Harrington Dick Harris Lee Hodges Craig Hoenshell Claude .lelen John Krehbiel Gregg Loso Sam Maddelena Mike Mench larry Miller Dan Parker Robert Parks Lynn Petersen John Povilaitas Jack Randow Robert Schlev David Schroeder Steve Sheppard Val Shuiu Norman Slader Mike Sweet Tim Swishes Rich Switzer Jim Thompsen Rich Tompsett Dick Vasel Larry Villnow Bill Wakefield Gary Westphalen John Whisman uw ul u 4 .Wu . wav ?i'?w oEgL..:w,.w,.! Gary Barkes Tom Barron John Berkheimer J. D. Davis Louis D'Ercole, Jr. Hurry Dotson Fred Haeberlein Frank Heinish Robert Henderson Jim Hollebeck Jim Horky Micke Jones Charles McNulty David Nelson Norm Nelson Mark O'Toupal Dale Parker Jerry Paskins John Rheinfrank Tom Ridley Wayne Schulfz Pam Steiner! Crescent Girl I 9 l John Sfolley Daryl Taylor John Toay Riv Tredkle Vernon Wood president LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ..... Student Council-John Stolley, Johnny Ray Gomez, IFC president-John Stolley, Ugly Man- Larry Juul, Chi Omega Knight-Norm Custard, Sig Ep Sing, First Place, Intramural Wrestling Champions, Ma-ie Day Float, Second Place, Spring Sing, Second Place E -' I -lr Jan Valenti: Ron Wagner Michael Weber Jim Blair Norman Custard James Focal Melvin Goff Roger Henderson Bob Hildebrandt Neil Klockseim Steve Matthews William Neville Frank Nccita Ralph Perkins Robert Petersen Steve Spelic Brian Stemmermann uqlilv f ,, 'Q W Gordon Deines John Douglas LeRoy Dyer I F 5 . 4 y JT" sc A ' I 5: il it , I 3' . A-,'i's,'zi. ,. 1 QL Bob Ashley Susan Johnson Claudia Hittle president Sweater Girl Dream Girl THETA CHI ..... President-Bob Ashleyp Vice President-John Tremontp Secretary-LeRoy Dyerp Treasurer-Tom Uptonp Pledge Trainer-Lyle Karreg Sigma Kappa Typical Frat Man-Lyle Karreg Chi Omega Knight-LeRoy Dyerp Baseball Intramurals, First Placep Blood Drive, Second Placep lnterpep Homecoming Gimmick, First Place Steve Fullerton James Harrington Bob Hays Lyle Karre Sr 1 l, 34: -I 1 - zz rf, - s Lee Machmuller Jon Miller Charles Newbecker , Tom Upton ' V- Wayne Wotherspoon D- E? i 1 John Zeltins 1: . : Frank Elias Gail Jensen Harold Lenz Jerry Nahos DELTA RHO GAMMA ..... President-Warren Lenzp Vice President- Frank Eliasp Secretary-Jim Smolksyg Treasurer-Carl Bucklesp Pledge Trainer-Jack Rhinesp Outstanding Greek Scholar-Jack McKernanp ZTA Coolest Man-Tom Szemplenskip Chi Omega Knight-Steve Walling Warren Lenz president -EF.,-q.r-, V-, lg- -N -Us K' V 1h'jEi':"'i. n I A -Af' - ':"" H1- :TE3.wf " - 51' ,. W "Ez:-'-'-'42 Billie Paulson Delta Rho Debutante lm Dennis Ondilla Jack Rynes Craig Shelton Bill Sloup Jim Smolsky Tom Szemplenski Steve Walling . , C, .ll . - , '15, . 9 l ul ,l CN uh J 1 V I l . iv l I - -QR -- X W Weill : Q I 71 i AI ,Q - ui 5 " la. 77, 1 l l . fvff -th 'W 1 V , .,,,, X .. ee 5 l A l 1 ig! W' - H H yt bu - I l87 Gordon Lazerson ? Barry Lewis Vance Lewis 4 Q Mel Cohen Mel Epstein Robert Fox Roberl Friedman Sidney Heisler if-L :.: 51"-" ' f ""' ' A , ' iff ' A ' A Q 99 r M Q i ,--: J- Y F C! :': "4 1 . ' I. if V Y F- ba, A A! 1 Elgar . H fm- Al, A l cp'-NT ll lQ I Z 1 ' 16 , it it s . U s . i 'lffsmrflcgl WFQ5- I 'J N xl ,ff 'llwfy f 7 " ' . k .X-, In : ll f A , V e Y., , I I A Joel Lilchook L-"A H 4-' "5"-A' ' "' 5 fi-S , i ALPHA EPSILON PI ..... Master-Sherman Brodkeyy Q 'f Karl Luefschuelz J A T F V 5 uf' 1E .mmf AL U' D fm ir I I i w Lieutenant-Master-Mel Epstelnp Scribe-Robert Frledmanp I Exchequer-Chuck Liftmang Sentinel-Gordon Lazersonp A ,. Member-at-Large-Steve Boguchwalp Alpha Epsilon Pie Throwp Ma-ie Day Car Division, Third Place Sherman Brodkey I'l'lCSlBI' ,. .-.. EE.-. . 5, Y ,FJ-,Q f W eu'-Je., wijfwvl - ,Jr ,s , , , . "'4'- , 1 In ' mn ,ffl .' W fr ' -, Je' ' YQ X - .i -ff i ' X , J .elim .q 88 Allen Susman Bernie Tarnoff n-?'?'-"Tn: Gary Tallman Louise Micheleito president Rose of Della Sig DELTA SIGMA Pl ..... President-Gary Tallmanp Senior Vice President-Jack Mewhirterp Junior Vice President- Larry Bartelsp Treasurer-Leon Brockelsbyp Secretary- David Larsonp Delta Sig Scholarship Key-Dean Ullerichp Archery Tournament, First Place Jack Sands James Spencer Frank Swanson Richard Walson Roberl Anderson Kurl Bacher! John Bennefl Lyman Bolts Alex Borchardl Leon Brackelsby Larry Giesen Dave Hirschman William Kuhmechel David Larson J. A. Mewhirler Paul Meyer Joel Myers Roger Rogers , ffl. - L L is ,E L' ' --- ' . peg 1 ir 2 :Air A ,- ' I - V- H H " i . V INDEPENDENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION: FIRST ROW: Shar Lee Boyer, Vera Escott, Put Christensen, Lea McCollum. SECOND ROW: Bill Petersen, Fred Vanecek, Frank Vanecek, Barry Daniels, Joe Tollefson, Phillip Williams, Jim Jones, Bob Edmundson. The Independent Student Association is a social organization of non-Greek membership. An annual - 1 : : proiect of ISA is the covering of all campus parking : :Q meters the day before Christmas vacation to .El E' allow free parking. Below, members of ISA busily prepare for this proiect. ,V ig-. Lx. t t r t t i v X . Greek activities are various and sometimes violent. The "pledge skip" is greatly anticipated by the pledges, but a much dreaded sport for the active members of a fraternity. The obiect is a day of concentrated searching by actives for the hidden pledge class and dodging pledges for fear of being captured. Above, pledges are rewarded for their skillful deception and become actives for a day. 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The upsurge in interest, due to an election year, urged both political groups to active campus campaigns. The YR campaign included a car rally stopping at various eastern Nebraska towns and then a meeting at Dana College with other YR groups. The YD's published a bi-weekly newsletter for the Douglas County Central Committee. Both groups conducted a voter registration drive. Twelve leading citizens received special recognition for their efforts in promoting, supporting and contributing to the growth of the University of Omaha. They were made charter members of "The Order of the Tower," the highest honor to be awarded by the University outside of an honorary degree 'il r ?f,. it INTER-PEP: FRONT ROW: Chuck Saxton, Livi Bergman, president, Jane Stockman, secretary, Don McMichael. BACK ROW: Mary Lynn Rhode Pam Steinert, Judy Zerbe, Carol Bergren, Patti Matson, Amy Beske, Kristy lssacson, Ron Milano lnter-Pep sponsored a competitive spirit contest promoted by points given to the organization for the best attendance, gimmicks and team spirit during the football season. The winners were Chi Omega for the best game attendance and Alpha Xi Delta for the most original gimmicks. lnter-Pep members, delegated by University groups and organizations, distributed copies of OU cheers and the alma mater song to fans attending the game. Four faculty members presented an annual chamber music concert October 18 in the Conference Center Auditorium. The four who played music by Bach, Beethoven and Strauss were Mrs. James Bell, cello, Mr. Clark Mullen, piano, Mr. Kermit Peters, oboe, and Dr. James Peterson, violin. 2 55 Q, .wk 'Mi 1 if V Y wil' Fizz: W Y :JL Y ' 73" V, . if-f :Q 5551 L nag M g.. L ,, F as gy IIL zz .Ziggy H in .iw 5. W m .F ., . 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Sigma Kappa took the honors in the percentage division with 86 percent donating. X . 'QE veg Fi 51339 ,,.,..S Q? 4 V1 -A kim-' .r-- l ma-A"-'ai 1 a E, .Ll ,V CFQQQ--Q T. -f 'x-m1'?"?f- J' W giptl W V 'A gf' E ' 7' -1 I 1- ' 6 X Fw, 4 X t 4 I, " . 'FX V ' , - , lj, 1' 4 f N t Y .4 V In nr - ' H , v, 1 If . X 'fifa 3 ,fx A. 5 T51 I 1 R., : wx' J" nf" , A pk kkillf' ' as Ex - ' Q 1 I r Bi' . J Qs wa ww Q :vi " 9, ,J f , 1 ,,,, 45 G9 49 'Q ff -a . .., , 'Y' 1 -ik M 51" a A 70 as. if 1'4- 6 E.. ' 1--ix -Q 1 .. fr I , X - , A , di HJ' fe- 'Q 44 .' sp U, l 4 . J - I at e ' -. Q. l ,J ,L :few , - -Y 2 Junior class officers: Kathy Daley, secretary: Joe Benson -fl Freshman class officers: Karen Payne, secretary: Gregg Jespersen, president: Terry Dudley, vice president. vice president, Loren Drum, president. EEHQSEZ: 4 Asikfl , Nawaz? J L go Sophomore class officers: Bob Gustafson, vice president: Joann Kruntarod, secretary, Randy Niel sen, president. J li V 'J v f J e J 3 V iigzgggr y Senior class officers: Mike Kisgen, president: Judy Jensen, secretary, Joe Snell, vice president. 'I05 OU s history department head, Dr. A. Stanley Trickett, was one of 12 Americans chosen to be an official observer of the British National elections October 1-19 in England. He evaluated the campaign and election in a series of lectures during October and November. Debators representing 25 col- leges and universities met at OU November 30 to compete in the 10th Annual Kickoff Speech and Debate Tournament. Al, ,. N. '4- r'- - - 1 "' X . 'Q : " if :f ' , ,Sf - 'if Z X 2 Y 4 ,f :, .. -V A Wk X r'N ff xy 1 ' -L EEHI Hill 11:72 Iwi? 4 , y nf ' ' H- 1: . Q v c -- :Eel -if-W ,T fm I Q. , I 4 . 1 wjqfyk, xg , I ki- , A. l' ',y,e ,rl qw' " yx 434, - ,- may Jef , A 1 X! K .1 MQA v . sxkehlg - 'fr in , ' lv .11 3:4 - , f-'V. A A W,,f, I' 'A L .W , H 1 ,.:. , ,,-...- FW My i E ' 511 if -S53 V as X- HI? A .,,?, 'waz iff? 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L- "L""'L"'C"" FOOTBALL TEAM: FIRST ROW: Doug Butler, Bill Ernst, Rich Combs, Dennis Foster, Charles Clay, Tony Gervasio, Dennis Ondilla, Frank LoBarca, Bob Blankenship, Jim Edwards, Don Moray, Terry Williams, Gary Beasley, Bob Lowe, student manager, and Don Wotchorn, line coach. SECOND ROW: Lewis Garrison, Tony Novak, Jim Rauch, Doug Young, Ken Pelan, Ed Neel, Pete Backes, Walter Ambrose, Stan Belitz, Reggie Williams, Paul Cullen, Cal McGruder, Marlin Briscoe, Ken Fischer, backfield coach, Carl Meyers, assistant coach. THIRD ROW: Joe Benson, Bill Meyers, Larry Trofholz, Jerry Ferguson, Joe McCray, Gary Neumann, Harold Lenz, Jim Norris, Tom Olson, Bill Jansen, John Beasley, Tom Hutchison, Don Benning, assistant coach. FOURTH ROW: Don Crum, Terry Edwards, Gerald Allen, Dave Rak, Bill Haas, Bill Smith, Mike DiBiase, Jim Jones, Ron Stove, Tom Wolfe, Harlan Aden, Reed Shipman, Will Shepard, Al Caniglia, head coach. Not pictured: Larry Crum, Larry Von Tersch. 1 .. 15' .' v 1 .F 1 f --If , A. ul Ai H Y , l' 5 I ' it i Q is ,Uncut L x- . , 4 "-----.. 'wr X f ' ' ,wk , ' . ' x ' . - . f -1 I , l --f,:,,.h . -. , .',. V -'-:'+'-'+I'-, - we 'F' .r .. Q -.Ag .. .. .iv ,,. , V vkfw-'VZ '- 1.4, Q.. 'W fr' 'A Q' "- ' .- 'V-A v- .-1 . . 35,1--'J-fv-H,-1,-19. 'Q-1.1 E -"ni-fn . .. 2- I 'Pi l I it ' 4. ,, A , Mhievv ?3a,y.A ,.-,-Q., 'W . . ' - V -" Lr.--, , f-- . '35 Q-14:,:.c"". ' - Q '-.wmelgf 121-Ifkl' .."".' k' """""-'H-intl? T ',. To . .N 'M 'V' . , B B I it 1 - 6 OU 0 IDAHO STATE 33 A young, inexperienced Indian squad tasted defeat in its first appearance of the I964 campaign. OU couldn't get rolling against the overpowering Bengals. OU 26 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 20 In their first home appearance, the Indians showed a band day crowd that they couldn't be denied their first victory. A TD in the final minutes of the game gave OU a satisfying triumph over the defending national champs. OU 13 MORNINGSIDE 12 The spirited Omaha line held Morningside in the closing seconds to protect its one point lead. The Indians spent most of the second half defending their goal line. OU 29 BRADLEY 28 The explosive running of Gerald Allen and Marlin Briscoe enabled the Indians to put the game out of reach-barely. Allen rolled up 213 yards and scored three TDs while Briscoe ran for I'I7 yards. OU 6 PITTSBURG STATE 14 OU couIdn't recover after the Gorillas from Pittsburg State iumped off to a quick I4 point lead. lniuries to Briscoe and Allen helped stall the Indians offense, as did fumbles and pass interceptions. OU I9 DRAKE 24 Homecoming was turned sour by the determined Drake Bulldogs. Omaha, behind at the half, fought for a I9-18 advantage with four minutes remaining in the game, but the experienced, rough Bulldogs couldn't be stopped. OU 12 WASHBURN I9 Hopes for a third straight CIC title fell with the loss to Washburn. The lcabods turned OU miscues into victory. The Indians went to a shotgun formation effectively .until pass interceptions stalled them. OU I9 EMPORIA STATE 73 After falling behind by 13 points, OU found the road to victory. The Indians knotted the score early in the final period and took the lead with 25 seconds left in the game. OU 33 FT. HAYES STATE I5 OU grabbed a tie for second place in the CIC by rolling up its highest score for the '64 season while dumping the Tigers. The running of Briscoe and frosh Doug Butler gave the Indians the drive they needed to close the season successfully. SA A, N D if., rx"7f'Y1' , f .L . -nf-1 ' ,rx 5 . I 41 1' -,n 'rf 1 . xl tv A 'il G Emi X- 53 Q 'ni X , . v 1' '61 sf 0' I e- - "N f J , ? , 4, f-W V lg ' 4, 4 ' 'K '-P5 X , f. 5 U6 F' 1 I L .451 m . XX XXX ' H. W .,, I D ' .Q fi " " 9 ' -lr . , I , ff..'.. . 1 x . Nm .a,,,- -- Y X . -M..'f.?v12uZTw?1j ., 1. 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Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha Xi Delta won the top honors. f-vi Members of Readers Theater presented an imaginative visit to a small Welsh seascoast town as they portrayed Dylan Thomas's Under Milkwood" October 27-29. The words of Thomas and the readers created an atmosphere of wonder and horror using a few props and no movement. Readers Theater is under the supervision of Warren Gore, professor of speech. C? Nm A' 1,15 n ,. . 1 . o . 1 , x ' 'ry ml mags ,Q-, - 0 0. .L 2 an L' an 1",."'. H-no from few u .qgfv ':- Q' ,. 1.4 ', -V If Q, bk ,,,,,,, , , . Y ' 4 x,', lu 5, W 1,M'..s1'w rn ,nl W1 w 7' xiii' gm al 3 Q "4 -4 Tk. . if W. A 5 S O ,xii 455 ., :A , J-.,,.,W--:g Vijsiffsg. S 1-QQ' .- Wg A .1 , 1'- . v qt Ei l V' xz. A' A .. ,J .. -1, '14 WEL? 3 W Y K :- , 5 5 QE, ,AQ - 3 f ,.. r::"" T1 ' f' Q 1 I - . ip ,I , , -. Q' -141-:'p ,M ' 'i' . . if Q73 ll, 1- g ,ag K 'nw' 4- , f1f?5iif5f: , 15' f 3 Under the direction of Bert Kurth, the men's intramural program offers an opportunity for fun, relaxation and physical development. The program is divided into three seasons and a variety of sports is designated for each. Tennis, golf, softball, archery, track and flag football are among sports on the intramural schedule each year. 7 S' umvenslty theAter2 un A womb AffAlI2S womb A L' 1:hAnksQlvmQ unlvenslty theAtel2 un AAA A womb AIZIZAIRS womb A thAnksq1vmQ convocAt umvemsniy theAtel2 un womb AHIAIRS womb A IHAUKSGIVIDQ CODVOCA1 umvenslty theAtel2 un 5 Q 1 .. , 1 HOVGITIBGR HOVGITIBGQ HOVGIUBGQ YIOVSUUSSIQ HOVGIDBGI2 HOVGINBGR HCJVSITTBGI2 DOVEINBSI2 HOVEITIBSR HOVSITIBGR w Il Il QW' -N a21M"Qg ,M 5' Q 14 -N ag' f 'Q W5 if 'iifi "f,f'v,. ,-,-f.q- 153 Wu,-i. :Nw fl I.,-Q. Wf.-. Y" ?3 ,wx j : 91, 1 Q, A. .,-QM New TT L' , "'.u,,f 4,4 ,a Q W " -LJ, 129.1 L r 1 0 .4 . .H , 1, ?i' . I is L' ,-1-,L ul f 11 1 . .. - ,55 1 ,gh - Q' , ,. 1 L-,V -.,,.v vw., wi' ' QQ., I1 ' 'fu 4 , Q, . 'EWW' ww. 'iii Eff mg. 'lm H1 mm .HW 2 - Fu U 'TTlQ3f5?WQgg...ggg...w... 2? Haze Q SPACE SCIENCE DEMONSIRAHUN I tlA'It0iill AIRNIMHICS MD SNC! hD!MNiSiRlil0lt A National Aeronautics and Space Administration representative 71-. ,.w,, cl Q 5,u demonstrated space equipment for science students November 15. Omaha University was host to Omaha area high school students for Career Day, November 21. H 1 ucmim gtwmh ,I v 522 Six internationally-known figures visited the campus for the 19th annual World Affairs Institute. The weekly lectures, October 7 through November 18, surveyed areas relative to the theme, "The Challenge of Positive Leadership in World Affairs." Milton Lomask, author and historian, discussed "The American President as a Free World Leader." "Southeast Asia: Crucible of Communism" was the topic of Sir Muhammed Zafrulla Khan, a lawyer and iudge of the International Court of Justice. Dr. Thomas Melady, author and constant traveler in Africa spoke October 21 on "Africa: A Continuing Dilemma." Fourth speaker for the Institute was the vice president in charge of international affairs for the Gulf Oil Corporation, Kermit Roosevelt. Roosevelt, who is special consultant to the Secretary of State on Middle Eastern Affairs, chose the topic "Middle East: Perpetual Challenge of Stability." "Red China and Southeast Asia" was discussed by Willem T. Oltman, an international reporter for U.P.l. The final lecturer was Leonard Gross, senior editor of Look Magazine. 123 President Milo Bail was saluted by the presentation of "South Pacific" November 'I9-21. The musical, a favorite of the retiring president, included in the cast two members of the 1957 production. Mrs. Susan Ewing Perkins recreated her role as the plucky Nellie Forbush. Another returnee, Mrs. Janice Collins Brook, played the role of Bloody Mary. Other cast members were Gary Johnson, as Emile, Greg Loso, as Lt. Cable, Sherrie Rooney, Liatp and Tom Ridley as Billis. Dances were choreographed by Mrs. Karen Mullins, assistant instructor of women's P.E. and Allan Longacre, instructor of speech. Music was under the direction of Dr. James Peterson, professor of music. Dr. Edwin Clark, director of the OU theater, directed the musical. llifww ' 545 X-555' ufflg an L 'L 'QPF Bvvrs x i 1 .if fiv my fha-,gg In ,fmjf 1 1493222 ?:.a,i W, ww ,Q J w ww' zwsxffssb za.-.gg 3. if i A ,F I mf PM , V .J "" .H ' 5 jgM"E. K H 1,1-,J U ,F'ff:g22ea39 '2. Q.,.-1 ire' J.--:ff -' iw--.1 ff- f - -,1-. , . , -1 , '- ' H '--: -1 1 - fgfm, . - f f ' -Eva President Milo Bail was host to an estimated 1000 persons at his 16th and final Open House. The November 'l5 event was opened with a concert by the University choir after which visitors toured the campus and classrooms. Faculty members were on hand to talk with students and their parents. Brisk November afternoons found crowds gathered on the womens' athletic field as 14 intramural football squads battled for the top places. League One victors were the Zekes with a 5-0 record. The Darts topped League Two with a 6-0 standing, and a 4-0 record placed the Pi Kaps in the top rated position among the fraternities. ,ggi - QELOC WW L19 g , OU's Cross Country track team placed 4th in CIC competition and 'I5th in the NAIA. Outstanding lettermen on the team were Loren Drum, Pat Giddings, Ken Gould, Herb Rhoads, Gerald Shook and Bob Smiley. Ken Gould ran unbeaten in dual competition, finishing top and placing 3rd in CIC. He broke OU's 3-mile meet record with a time of 15.37 against South Dakota U. Gould broke OU's varsity record in the 4-mile with a time of 20.29 against Topeka in CIC competition. COUNTRY TEAM: Ray Hultrnan, Pat Giddings, .lim McMahon, Bob Smilley, Ken Gould, Herb Rhodes, Loren Drum, Gerald Shook, Lloyd Cardwell, coach. OU Opponent 22 Simpson 37 35 Peru 21 21 South Dakota 39 24 Yankton 34 27 Midland 29 18 Dona 43 36 Wesleyan 25 29 Doane 27 1 X f fa-4 'E -1 ' f I U + ' w A Q .. 'S ' . I I V M. 5 E f A IQ .,.... ' 'lr-35' 6 , 2. ,. ,E if :ea af- x.. ' 1 , X - "x X' x N' , X lk - ' J . f 3 Eat' fl - v- u. ' Jf N1 is '1 1 - ,,,,!!l x If dir H eww dxf E17 LZQQA we T M , TT' ' ,wif r""5g2Q5rf y - J i 4 t J ,. M it 'qz' 'M i ,v l, QV fl in l ' mm t ' N l it M 0 ' Y ' P fi? ' 'ag . fi . ,- gf ,.- ,f .- ,fc--1 rf-1. " x Q-'e e it - . .LH r " f' .--f.. E - ff - ' .4 ,L ,,,,,, 'J - I ' ""A,o il "J ' J f- fX'f"nf1l 1 , 'L . AL 12-41 - .4 i -'. Students and art instructors submitted their talent for this art display in the student center. A distribution of apples by members of the Student Education Association highlighted President BaiI's coffee hour for members of the faculty. . H 3 K fill! 5 ,,rr Jil' :. :s: E P ui, ,Ii 1-1 .'l,i1 ' , ,,, :fl 'I . X .Hg . v 1' I 1 , f 1 - W seen . NJ "-s.. 2 , 4 - .1 8 " NW N ' v' ' V ffff' 1 if W 'N fl I x W '-Q H 3 ww, H N 'f 'ei-,515 Lg.. xr! 5129 A . 4 VX fl g . . , : .lr A :. ' lv- 32355 I ' if Nl lx, NJ jjj , 1 , fE+9 . ' if ,F I Y - R ' .1 U 1' , w u, u xy l- f. K 'x s T T- Nj gl . ? 14 H ., ,, S , 1 1 '5,1l 1F"Ua,l I 4 1. -. Q. airy, ll Er! I I." 'qs Q, ,ig . E, 'W A R - . fiwg. x , L"g't'i. , xinf' ' : 'J X W1 W :'5r ?'1vle221 Ins l U wi Q, Q" .2-x: A :W ' '-5 ' "9 5:3 iwg I iiygi I Ulf". , A ' , , ' E ffgi M1-fl , W 'g5,k.9fi.J ' , if . , 'E -: diff 3 ed' F5311 - . . :T , - 82. X 1 " .b I V If 1 I .W :fx A gl 'tg fy W ' fzwf 7' , 5 , " , 2, ' PM ' Q -1.1 -2 'A A A ' Iva- -.xvrx - .-lx ,ia f , L 4, K' ' , ::A i fb fum K ,fra ,,,1F I A ,H .. mm.,AL ...I ,- ,I M Ri, .. , 4 , . 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The contest, held December 2 in the Eppley Conference Center Auditorium, is sponsored by the University yearbook. -4 bfi' -' v ur 'Q' A , X ., Q v N, I Q -F Q 1 Q Q m ' l d U 'A 'l QR 3 I . 'Q I '. . bv , Q ,N S I ' f I 'Q f an xx r K ' f f fi a 'nz V ' Q V l I' han J 'P Lx X. 4 4 , ' J .rv r , 3 P .' . 1 V: J' T. .. U' H' 4' .' 2, mv .W X v'y-- ff ff'ljU A' , Lt H f zmghwgi 5 P x as f 'E 139' J. T3 K Jn 9 Foreign students on campus were the special guests December 10 at an annual tea sponsored by Waokiya. Students, foreign language professors and the deans of the colleges were invited to attend. The tea was held in the Conference Center. .rar YH- 1: na ' ' Over 150 seniors were invited to Senior-Executive Day December 8. Sponsored by Omaha Rotary Club, the luncheon allowed students to visit with Omaha executives about the business world. Nick Newman, president of Hinky-Dinky Super Markets, was guest speaker for the event. ,Q r will tg, . gm F . r , V 5 --ex 5 x ii Q, JF PM or k i -f'f"1' ' -W 'iii' 1 . 1 1. L .. .. . .Y . vw my . 5 I ,5 Am, -Ze. wa L .-, .w T ,wr ff El ,K WI w ,u.- v .L ' Q ' agar! F31 1 u M, ., : ' ,JT ,. X1 r.,QJ 5-Ha 0' ,. G! I 1- , IVXAI 'A -4 . . , 11, , I? r . -gi div! ,' , A .jk gi. .Hfvl 21' 14 - .fl :B XI - .Av J J Sa 'n 1 M.. .Y v. 'y V,-N5 ' ' if-Iii L15 41'-.fqfm .ig fl: wx ,iw v A" 1 v . Q. - . i J."'l. :v 12. . u 1 ENT ff' f 321 ' gif Vw J 4.1 5 1. 1 G , -Vi .ly ,,,. -:..- In ,. a . hi?" V""x-'sr 1. .. v ffxe-vw :egg 1 I 4 I Sounds of the season filled the auditorium as the University Choir, directed by John D. Miller, sang glorious tributes to the birth of Christ. The December 18th Christmas Convocation was highlighted by the presentation of the Phi Mu Alpha Christmas Carol Award. The 1964 winner was Mary Sutton for her carol, "Sing Noel." The convocation featured soloists, Daryl Taylor, Rosalie Thomas and Lawrence King. on t ii' 2 .. Hx We 5 was 1 H, i . mi' K M y .il 1' -M. ' , The University Choir, under the direction of John D. Miller, sang for Dr. Bail's December 15th coffee hour. Other choir holiday activities included a Christmas recording and several caroling engagements to Omaha area institutions and organizations. as ,. exrifg v.iTg . ??f:-A 5 A:-, TA,, .g5,1- " .7 Yffg-jg 712 fi -iii:-, 'ff ..fv V 4 , V ,, f , , V '- -!4. f ' ,,, l it - l 1 s i s l e f' Q- I melt l T A ' AI I in-:tn YLLYEJT 5 V jg ,N I .:" W I3 illlillli V V-f.1:. I .. , V v, l N -I - N - A 1 5 H, ' V. ii' z . W V ,Q X X yi ml l 'AA r -W., 1 new - 1 ., 1. , -1.1 Q ' ' z' ,- Vi li- V ' " if ' um A December 3rd luncheon honored 64 recipients of Ak-Sar-Ben scholarships at OU. The scholarships were begun by Ak-Sar-Ben in September, 1960, to aid scholastically-worthy, financially- needy students in obtaining a college education. Opposite, lSA7s annual day-before-vacation proiect allowed free parking. 2:4 L. , J, Qian , "L , any-3 i . i i Fm i' - . in my fm,,, l +4 'I' , ,ll F' ,l 5- it 'X JDJ ' ,.,, ,,,, Hui, ,l -A ' - 4, 43 . 'V , r vi' P I ,ef -4-H., -1, , : - ' w . --. ' ,H -'xy-V ,'.. ., , - U.. "-K. as , -5, 1 W, 4, 5 'T ,gig gm W ME Lt, ,f 4' ii 7, ff Q K' , iw, ,M lu , 'Ss-91 l M F 'N. ' r 9 . ,lr 1 B .. ., 1: W 1, 1-: ga w ti 3: -A 30, ,-1 , ,. at ww- I . . 7' x A-an-. Q X ff. gf? PIL,.,.,,' - "" 4- len: -+ is :Q-: -Q-'ZA HPD: Q13 xxx xbgxx SSQSSQ NQNQ Sm ' -- Icy ..- ..,. , 253: .Q f 'X HW NYM ' .W .J :EY . wi: WI :M 21522 ?2n 12229 ffssi figs, --wa gz. . M QQ A ' 1- Q , , . 1 9 ff ' 1, 512+ Q , 7 I ei 1 ,ff ' 'A SQ, , v fw- Keit Christian-for over 90 . ' hours of A 1? S We 14 Fred Elsasser-for ability and participation speech competitions ii r .. I f ! .. ' L, , ., wggi , , Hof! 'Q V i t 1 't i .B it Vg ,-A E 3 A ' ,"js ' Y A 5 A in " --'.-ri i ' Janet Kroeger'-for James Hunsaker- for leadership in Pen 8. Sword qs H ,dui i5 Kathleen McGuire-as a combination of beauty ' scholarship and campus leadership .gf il 5 and brains -4 , ....- 7 tr 143 5 ff? f 1" 'lm 1 I K QQCE, L'-if Ty! , , ,, , ,. , K ., , 'W' fm ' Av 9-'53 fs 1 aL?2e.LI M M. YR '-gf v ' .. 'ni 0:4 nfrbj 7 1-1 .yu fi,-1.5 A-I 1 .4 .X . I: , - Q 1 ,1 L M. 1,55 uh! wg ef Q Januany Januany Januany Januany Januany Januany Januany Januany Januauy Januany Vi f 145 ix BASKETBALL TEAM: FIRST ROW: Marlin Briscoe, Jim Edwards, Ulysses Cribbs, Charles Page, student manager, lwan Hluckoweckyg, Charles Myers, Larry Cascio, James Myers. SECOND ROW: James Borsheim, coach, Bill Haas, Jim Vincent, Ed Woodward, Larry Villnow, Bill Lukowski, Sam Singleton, Dick Osterhuus, Courtney Burress, Norman Davis, Carl Meyers, assistant coach. OU 70 Midland 75 Chico St. 74 Morningside 75 Wesleyan 79 Pittsburg St. 72 Rockhurst 74 St. Benedict 72 St. Benedict 94 Illinois St. 43 SW Oklahoma 70 Emporia St. as Fort Hays Oppon ent 80 77 6I 63 70 75 81 94 80 56 66 92 Washburn Pittsburg Augustana Doane Minnesota U. St. Benedict Washburn NE Missouri Fort Hays Rockhurst Emporia Opponent 48 73 62 68 75 88 83 76 57 70 80 'ti 1 Q' ,Am ff I 4 gig 1 .4 "'af -H ff - N ' fs ..,. 1' ' '31 ......, -1 '11 Z ' Mum, ... W X Q, - . v --.k wp 1 -Sf' K - ....., E 9-1 sz ' ia Q? H G ' N , f , xi M ,pf ry I nv 1 f- 4.5, I f f- E2 ,, RWESXDI 3' P. W1 V wr- 7 5 , wQ 11I'Ii+ 1 f' wil Il I Z A lxli Q I 1 f ,I 1 1. . Aug, ' S .,?,l 1 ' sl - 1 , ,,f,. W , I X w I V 1 s v , 1 I I, 5 1 t cl A ' ' , 1 AX 2' ly.. W. A , 1 . K N, IM w. r '+. -v. 1" fi 4 wif N' 1 v . , 1 JL 3 5 A WI ' il ' -fe V A ,E A E - E - Q ' K L 1 y' vi! FW 311: 1 X 41. t gf " ff A fi gg -f A 1 E Kr I r 'W' ' 5. 4 ,f ,f f H5151 .l. 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On January 14, Dr. Milo Bail presented the Order of the Tower to 17 outstanding Omaha-area businessmen. With the exception of the honorary degree, this is the highest honor conferred by OU. The faculty and staff received 10 and 20-year service awards and retiring members were honored at a January 26th coffee hour. Library rooms were crowded to capacity, the student lounge was packed, the Ouampi Room it ,H gg..N, :rm H was lifeless . . . during final exam time at OU. 9 ie., iw- Hu H , K. .. g m ,L - , gr 3 . . . f Q ml -- 9 -1 .. wnestllnq wnestllnq ww Jumom mom Jumoa pm gateway gateway Qatex wnestlmq wnestlmq WI lumen pnom Jumorz pm Gateway gateway qatex wnestllnq wnestlmq wr Jumcm pnom gumon pm gateway Gateway Qatexs wmesumq wnestllng ww 1, , Q lQ Q 5 Lwfv gi 1 Wiz- H 1- H-if if -K 1 f- ,.M, E , ,. feBQuany Fesmuamy Eesmuasy Fe5QuaQy Es5QuAQy feBQuaQy feBQuAQy feanuawy Fesnuamy fsBQuaQy ,Y 'F ,gg-,L x 3. 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W?l w x ,S mg? F 'U N ,kg C W: ,.. ' 00 f U s v' R , , S: 4 1. 0 -Mtv- .IHUT S fl 'Fl 2 Viv, is ,- Registration is a busy and hectic time of the year for students as well as faculty and staff. lt begins with counseling and continues through the following of numerous arrows until finally all class cards are in hand and the student is ready for the new semester. 5-Q.. 'f in up a J TW r . ' .gc 1, i 1Qf' .nu 5 ser -4 J, . in . -lv,-t - 5 M 1, -1 1, Q dl P mm? in N Q 1' 5'-1, M.. Q f 'va ' . -, T. . .. . if--, . A-liflg " 'hw- ,,., nf!- " xr We ., ,ig -'1 as X f- I :fs es if - . ' il 'Q 23 0 - ' 1 i f s ' n ..k xr , I V K A E. , 1 t I-- s -ss- 'M - Q - e JH? e Qg. T ., .,.,,, ,..,. - , , , if X A -- 3, 4 I: X T ,Q-EN' Q, S Ag , The Ski Club finished its second year on campus in 1965. 1 . . .1 i i 3. The enthusiasm for the sport was evident when 120 members M I- - participated in an excursion to Winter Park, Colorado, ' ,,V.A W y A for skiing during semester break. -3 l, if-1 "' .- .t :-E:v Q . -r ie ":" ik - i f ' E i- -. .ifiij ,. -.4 T fx' Q 'T liiailll 1 tT'ql!?'b M may -mai W L i t 'uf Delta Omicron sponsored its second annual musical during February. The musical potpourri included "The Telephone," "The Excursion" and "The Pro- posal." Cast members included Jana Doxon, Greg Loso, Billie Poulson, Rosalie Wiggins, Jerry Bryan, I Kent Hanon, Wayne Wotherspoon, Mary Kay Menze, Nancy Lunsford, Dennis Giles and Daryl Taylor. 9' .il 11 , ... l -- Z: ,,,.,u,w.f 5 ,553 V ,. V -- ., h 'J fi? -. .S , -Y-A, A fx A lr . s-- -Q -. 'F N 1571 , b mi: if I . 1 - - ,J X .5 S L. ,if whe n 'KC :-Cf' .gp ' - H,-Q ll 1 Hu A il cl . fl .C F7 T , 1 , , , .1 iff, WI- -I ' 7' ' - ifviiqil , if Y,- ' if-fulwi . Y ' .-, - .i.-::-- - , -' ,-,- 12:12:23 iiiv il A l 47" ' 4 1 .,,?5g5'::,:ii. , . 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Mueller CRIS Rexall DRUG STORE 1516 Dodge Street 341-1856 Omaha, Nebraska Phone branches 553-8900 - L' I , N b k Pgijlgggg 121: DODGE at 50TH ST. OMAHA, NEBR. Home ofthe Steinway piano, Conn organ and King Band instruments Architects JOHN LATENSER JR. FRANK J. LATENSER FRANK NES LATENSER WILLIAM LATENSER Omaha, Nebraska l B Barbi Brown and a tl atson inside Commercial Savings and Loan Association's Central Office, 4501 Dodge Street. General Pri PICTURE CREDITS Audio-Visual Diane Berry Barbara Brown nting 8. Information Ervan Heinz Sheri Hronek Jean Sardou Studio Patti Matson Jim Mone Mike Moran Deborah Pelowski Gregg Peterson Paul V. Peterson Eva Swanson Norm Taylor Larry Wasikowski Dennis Waterman Gordon Wright ...A- Abboud, John 164 Abel, Perry 70 , Abel, Raymond 232,141 Abernathy, Carole 285 Abis, James 164 Abolt, Warren 164 Abrahamson, lla 266 Achln, Albert 164 Ackerman, Robert 242 Ackerson, P. B. 281 Adam, Vicki 76 Adams, Dennis 286 Adams, Dorothy 266,268 Adams, Pam 72 Aden, Harlan 110,108 Adrian, Fredrick 254 Adwers, Peter 164 AE Pie Throw 28 Ahrendt, Frank 164 Alberti, Richard 292 Alderete, Edward 164 Alft, Duane 306 Allen, Gerald 108,110,111,141 Allen, Ken 32 Allender, Rose 164 All-Sports Banquet 25 Allwine, Arthur 52 Alpha Epsilon Fi 88 Alpha Lambda Della 14 Alpha Xi Delta 70,71 Amado, Frank 164 Ambrose, Walter 110 American Heritage 12 Amerine, Emest 164 Ames, Donald 164 Andersen, Andersen, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Arthur 164 Jane 53,8 Carl 232,275 Corrie 265 Daniel 164 Donna 72 Jack 80 Janet 73,265,266 Joyce B0 Jill 70,233,251 John H. 164 John M. 164 Judy 76,264 Linda 45,70,164,233 Loren 286 Paul 36 Robert C. 89,164 Rogene 164 Ronald 242 Sidney 164 Andreasen, Clell 164 Andrews, Wesley 164 Angels 233 Anthony, Charles 164 Applegate, Bonnie 70 Applegate, William 232 Arbuckle, William 164 Archer, Janet 73 Aresta, John 134,269 Arlauskas, Viktoras 164 Armstrong, Donald 164 Armstrong, George 165 Amold Alr Society 232 Arnold, Barbara 73 Arnold, Linda 299 Arnold, Margaret 96 Arps, Chrlss 264 Arrington, Wallace 165 Art Auction 46 Art Club 235 Art Show 15,65 Aschenbrenner, Dwayne 284,286 Ashley, Bob 86 Ashley, John 165 Ashmore, Richard 165 "As You Like lt" 10,11 Aten, Janice 266 Atklns, Phlllip 252 Atwood, Thomas 165 Audette, Albert 165 Auen, Ronald 293 Austin, Audrey 165 Autenrieth, Bob 82 Avery, Joyce 265 Axelsen, Max 80 .-B1 Bachert, Kurt 89,165 Bachop, William 236 Bachtel, Charles 165 Bachus, Carol 165 Baclres, Pete 110 Backes, Wayne 25,32,35 Backstrom, Teddy 45,73,165,273 Bacon, Leonard 165 Badgley, Willlam 165 Bahrlnger, Sue 134,286 moex Bail, Milo 25,37,50,56,64,66,96 I24,12e,129,1aa,15o,152,324, 327,329,330,333,334,335 Bailey, Ray 165 Baines, Richard 248 Baines, William 165 Baird, Robert 267 Baker, Joe 292 Baker, Mary 265 Baker, Melinda 76 Baldwin, Craig 165 Bales, Bob 78,158 Balitis, John 165 Bollasch, Thomas 165 Ballweg, John 282 Baltzer, Marlene 235 Band 96 Band Day 96 Bannister, Bob 165 Barber, Harry 319 Barclay, John 61 Barger, Philip 165 Bariss, Nicholas 252 Barienbruch, Earl 96 Barker, James 165 Barker, Marilyn 165 Borkes, Gary 84,245 Barlow, Pat 266 Barnes, Kenneth 165 Barnes, Paul 232 Barnett, John 165 Barone, Cosmo 165 Barr, Linda 166 Barrentine, Loyd 166 Barrett, Gil 233 Barry, Leonard 269 Barry, Linda 251 Barta, Ron 82 Barton, Tam 84 Baseball 32,33,34,35 Basel, Gene 166 Bashaw, John 61,166 Basketball 146,147,148 Batchelder, Diane 61,166 Baylor, Miko 82 Beasley, Gary 110 Beasley, John 110 Beaupre, W. J. 283 Beck, Paul 254 Beck, William 275 Becker, Edna 166 Becske, Amy 74,286 Bee, Robert 268 Beeson, Betty 242 Behers, Bemard 314 Belitz, Bud 82 Belitz, Stan 110 Bell, Harry 99 Bell, Tom 159 Bender, Don 78,104 Bender, Gerald 78 Benecke, R. W. 230 Benedick, Jack 80 Benedict, Loreen 166 Benedict, Robert 166 Bennett, John 89 Benning, Don 159,270 Benson, Carl 166 Benson, Joe 36,81,105,l10 Bercaw, Charles 264 Berenis, Joe 32 Berg, Marilyn 266 Berg, Roger 166 Bergeson, Jon 77 Bergfeld, Carole 166 Bergman, Livl 8,711,232,259 Berkheimer, Joan 14,70 Berkheimer, John 69,84,240 Berner, Julie 251 Bemth, Lon 32 Bernth, Ron 32 Berry, Angel 286 Berry, Diane 8,76,77,158,212,217, 259 Berry, Michael 78 Berry, Sanford 166 Bethel, Hollie 242 Bledo, Nina 14 Bielstein, Lawrence 166 Biggerstaif, Mike 278 Biggerstaff, Myron 166 Bigsby, Kathy 157 Bikson, T. H. 267 Billinger, Elmer 166 Biology Club 237 Bircl, Cheryl 76 Bishop, JoAnn 97,166,259 Bishop, Tedd 166 Blttberner, Bruce 275 Bierkelund, Walter 166 Black, Henry 166 Blackman, Delano 166 Blackman, Marcia 96 Blackman, Pat 255 Blackwell, John 234 Blair, Janet 269 Blair, Jim 85 Blankenship, Bob 110 Blazek, James 96 Blevins, Dallas 166 Bliss, Dorothy 166 Bloch, Carol 166 Blood Drive 103 Bloom, Judy 166 Blue, Donald 166 Bluvas, Betty 74,273 Blythe, Paul 167 Boatvvright, Charles 167 Back, David 134 Bnckelmann, Dan 278 Backelmann, Lynn 265 Bodman, Walter 167 Boe, James 82 Boehr, Elaine 266 Bagacz, Ann 71 Bogardus, Dave 79 Boguchwal, Steve 69,88,275,286 Bohaty, Virginia 45,59,71,167,3l0 Bald, David 167 Boles, Dorothy 167 Bolling, M. J. 167 Bolton, Jayne 266 Bolts, Lyman 89 Bonaeci, Dan 167 Bonanno, Ann 167,233 Bond, Dennis 167,278 Bonner, Alben 167 Booker, Jimmie 167 Boone, Linda 282 Boone, Roy 167 Booth, Richard 167 Borchardt, Alex 89,167 Borden, Maureen 134,286 Barge, Paul 284 Bergen, Dale 167 Borgman, R. P. 236 Borland, Joyce 45,167,233,264 Borsheim, Jim 36,146,270 Bos, Amold 167 Boskohead, Merlene 266 Boster, Phlllip 167 Botos, Ginger 266 Bottorf, Carol Bottrell, Raymond 167 Boume, Ron 265 Boutin, Donald R. 231 Bowen, Cecil 167 Bowen, Robert 167 Bowman, Pat 167 Boyer, Sharon 266 Boyd, Judy 168 Boyd, Mary Kay 183 Boyer, Kennetha 266 Boyer, Shari Lee 90 Boysen, Luther 168 Bozak, John 81,168 Brackelsby, Leo 89 Brody, Kathy 286 Branch, Raymond 168 Brandt, Mary Jo 286 Branine, Raymond 168 Brawner, Lucille 302 Braxton, Lewis 168 Bressler, Elizabeth 73,168 Brezacok, Deanne 13,45,72,168 Brian, Dotti 71 ,1 68,273,281 Briscoe, Marlin 108,110,111,271 146 Broad, Kathy 273 Brock, Dewey 168 Brockelsby, Leon 168 Brockington, John 168 Broclkey, Sherman 88 Broedel, John 168 Braksieck, Cheri 76 Brook, Janice Collins 124 Brooks, Merle 141,236 Brooks, Virginia 266 Brosnan, Pat 168 Bross, Nancy 76 Brown, Arlene 265 Brown, Barb 8,216,217,259 Brown, Charles 251 Brown, James 96,243 Brown, Jlm 264 Brown, John 168 Brown, Judy 96 Brown, Marion 246,310 Brown, Robert 96,168 Brown, Ross 168 Brown, William 278 Bruckner, Robert 168 Brumgardt, Dona 168 Bumer, Eva 300 Brunkow, Con 245 Brush, Jlm 265 Brustkem, Richard 243 Bryan, Jerry 161 Bryant, Ed a2,az Bryant, Stella 168 Bryant, William 168,240 Buchanan, Sidney 234 Buckalew, Paul 168,248 Buckels, Earl 69 Buckles, Carl 87 Bulen, William 168 Bull, Charles 278 Bullwinkle, Mary 168 Bunch, Betty 265 Buniowski, John 168 Buntx, Carole 72,255 Buras, Thomas 170 Burchlield, Hartsill 169,250 Burdick, Sandi 68,76 Burke, Barbara 169 Burke, Rex 169 Burkholder, Kenneth 253 Burklund, Joan 169 Bumett, Terrell 169 Burns, Peter 169 Burress, Courtney 146 Burrows, Bev 73,251 Burrows, Bruce 169 Burton, Richard 169 Busch, David 169 Busch, Karl 236 Busch, Margaret 292 Bush, Ray 79 Butcher, Clifford 169 Butcher, Doris 169 Butler, Doug 110,111 Butler, Jim 32,35 Butler, R. R. 287 Butters, Linda 251 Byers, B. L. 299 Byme, Harry 102 Bymes, Jerry 79 Byrns, Edward 169 -Q- Cocklin, Jennlter 13 Caddy, Paula 265 Cade, Diane 97,155,l69,259 Cagle, Ned 169 Cahoy, John 169 Calcagni, Doris 169 Calder, Stephen 169 Callahan, Gerald 169 Calvert, Ken 96 Calvert, Robert 169 Campbell, Angus 158 Campbell, Bruce 169 Campbell, Clarence 169 Campbell, Fran 97,259 Campbell, Gene 169 Caniglia, Al 110,270 Canfield, James 169 Cannon, Jerald 169 Contergiani, Joseph 169 Cantwell, Richard 96,170,264 Coppell, David 170 Capps, Richard 170 Carbery, Ronald 170 Cardwell, Lloyd 20,121,270 Career Day 122 Carey, Patricia 170,281 Carlberg, Margaret 170 Carlentini, Louis 170 Carley, Curt 36 Carlisle, Al 170 Carlson, Carol 71 Carlson, Jlm 81 Carlson, Judy 266 Carlson, Karen 280 Carlson, Patti 266 Carlson, Richard 170 Carpenter, Robert 170 Carrell, Lindo 73,232,251 Carriere, Emie 285 Carroll, James 170 Carstensen, Karin 286 Carter, Charles 170 Carter, Jane 74 Carter, Robert 170 Cascio, Larry 146 Casey, Lauren 269 Caskey, William 170 Cassell, Clifford 170 Casterlln, Harry 170 Cathcart, Marcia 72,233 Cathcart, Steve 81,104 Catlln, Tom 83 Catron, Damon 170 Cecil, Jan 265 Cerny, Melvln 245 Cervlni, Albert 170 Chambers, Dave 79 Chambers, Eddie 170,251,286 Champlin, Donald 170 Chapman, Lavonne 235 Chapeck, Susan 251 Chapin, Sue 14 Chaput, Nancy 68,74 Chariton, Homer 170 Chastain, Arie 170 Cheerleaders 107 Chevalier, Robert 171 Chlles, Eugene 171 cha omega 72,73 Chlupacek, Rosie 76 Chorley, Claudia 248 Christmas Convocation 137 Christensen, Erleen 171 Christensen, Clark 266 Christensen, Pat 90 Christensen, Sharon 265 Christian, Keith 141 Christiansen, Erleen 13 Christiansen, Ivan 296,303,304,310 Cichetti, Ann 171 Clark, Edwin 10,26,57,124,284, 296 Clark, Jacqueline 171 Clark, John 171 Clark, Thresa 292 Clark, Ronald 171 Clarke, Alfred 171,282 Class Officers 105 Clausen, Barb 265 Claussen, Connie 272,273,296 Clay, Charles 110,159 Cleveland, Leonard 233 Clittord, James 171 Cline, Gary 171 Cline, Richard 171 Clines, Monte 265 Cloonan, Delores 171 Closner, Wally 171 Clouse, Edward 171 Cobry, Jerry 232,250,175 Cogburn, John 171 Cohen, Marsha 14 Cohen, Mel 88 Cole, Virginia 171,232 Collett, David 171 Collin, James 171 Collins, Ben 171 Collins, Jim 32 Collins, Robert 171 Colombo, Vivian 74 Colozzi, Carl 171 Combs, Rich 110 Commencement 50,150,151 Condon, Mike 233 Connelly, Harold 171 Conner, Harold 83 Conser, Rodney 171 Consta, Arthur 172 Coombes, Virginia 172 Coon, Clois 230 Coover, Richard 172 Cards, Robert 172 Corinthians 13 Corkill, Nila 304 Corona, Rodney 172 Corum, Delbert 172 Coslett, Oliver 172 Cotton, Ami 73 Coulton, Ron 78 Covault, Barb 73 Coveney, John 172 Cowmaa, Jim 158,259 Cox, Alden 172 Cox, Curtis 96 Crablll, Wray 248 Craft, Sandra 71 Craig, Jan 280 Cramer, Jim 83,172 Cramer, Marsha 266 Crane, Roderlc B. 50,53 Crawford, Lawrence 172 Crenin, Joan 70 Crenshaw, George 172 Creqen, Ida 172 Crewdson, Bob 172,285 Cribbs, Ulysses 146 Croft, Kathy 266 Croft, Sandra 172 Crosley, Verlin 172 Cross Country 127 Crow, Myron 172 Crum, Den 32,110 Crum, Larry 110 Crumbllss, Richard 172 Cullen, Paul 110 Culton, Ronald 79 Cummings, Linda 172,248 Cund, Jack 172 Cunningham, Sue 76 Curran, Marcia 232 Curran, Ray 172 Currier, Michael 172 Curry, Earl 238 Cushenbery, Donald C. 279,283 Custard, Nornam 72,85,172 Cymbar, Edward 172 .-Di D'Agosta, Nancy 172 Dahl, Arlene 118 Dahl, Gerald 173 Dahl, Nina 76 Daley, Kathy 70,105,233 Daley, Margaret 70 Dalqleish, Jan 269 Dalstrom, Harl 254 Daly, Timothy 173 Damhoff, LeRoy 292 Daman, Richard 173 Daniels, Barry 90 Daniels, Harry 173 Daniels, Hiram 173 Daniels, Thomas 173 Danielson, Janice 266 Danielson, Patricia 173 Danton, Helen 173 Danton, Lawrence 241 Dascovich, Danny 80 Davey, John 80 Davis, Betty 173 Davis, Harold 244 Davis, Herbert H. 319 Davis, Hubert 173 Davis, Marion 173 Davis, Norm 146 Davis, J. D. 84,104 Davis, Richard 173,159 Davis, Ronald 80 Davis, William 282 Dayton, Jean 70,173,248 Dayton, Kathy 70 Dean, Susan 73 Debate 15,106 Deckert, Phyllis 266 Deegan, Michael 173 Deets, Marilyn 73 Deford, Dean 268 DeFord, Diane 70 DeForge, John 173 Deines, Gordon 86 Deinoxka, John 275 Delance, Norman 248 Delaney, Jeanne 71 Deleo, Paul 173 Delorenzo, John 79,173 Delta Rho Gamma 87 Delta Sigma Pl 89 Demers, Bill 80 DeMoss, James 173 Derby, Frank 173 D'Ercole, Louis Jr. 84 DeSciscio, Rita 266 Deupree, Marlene 266 Devault, Jack 173 Devault, Jack 173 Deverman, Arthur 173 Devine, Norman 174 Devlin, Mike 173 Dewitt, Donald 1-74 Di8iase, Mike 25,110,271 Dick, John 174 Dickinson, Shirley 266 Dietz, Kenneth 174 Diggs, Beniamin Jr. 174 Diggerolamo, Agostino 174 DiMarci, John 174,278 Dixon, Pearl 315 Dober, Harry 174 Dodson, James 174 Dolinsky, Carrol 14 Dolinsky, Valene 174,280 Doll, Vinton 233,240 Dems, Robert 174 Donelan, John 83 Donnermeyer, Sharon 71,273 Donohoe, Paul 174 Donor, John 174 Dosonovich, Voiislav 249 Dotson, Harry 84 Doub, Logan 174 Doubek, Thomas 174,248 Dougherty, Andrew 174 Dougherty, Ella 304 Douglas, John 86 Dowd, Joseph 174 Daxon, Jana 161,264,285 Drake, Cathy 266 Drapeau, Donald 255 Drum, Loren 20,45,72,81,105,127, 271 Drummond, Robert 174 Dudley, Terry 82,83,105 Duff, Don 174 Duggin, Richard 246 Duhme, Carole 174 Dunn, Joseph 251 Dunning, Greg 174,248 Duplessis, Paul 174 Durette, John 174 Dusek, Joyce 280 Dustin, Dorothy 247 Dyba, Lynn 175 Dyer, LeRoy 69,72,86,282 Eakens, Barry 175 Easter Convocation 19 Eckels, Chuck 175,286 Ecklund, Don 175 Eddy, Sharon 71,235 Edgar, Charles 175 Edmonson, Jeanne 265 Edmundson, Bob 90 Edwards, Jim 110,146 Edwards, Joan 76,273 Edwards, Susan 251 Edwards, Terry 110,271 Edwards, William 232 Eggen, Rick 83 Eggers, Susan 71 Ehlers, Nancy 266 Eichhorn, Ruth 308 Ekblad, Charles 175 Ellerbeck, Lloyd 53 Elliott, Cathy 76,175 Elliott, Marilyn 76 Elias, Frank 32,87 Elmer, Zela 102 Elmore, Donald 175 Elsasser, Fred 82,142,175 Emerson, Delbert 175 Emmons, Ellis 175 Emper, Neal 175 Emsminger, Margaret 282 Engdahl, Marianne 175 Engelke, LeRoy 175 Engle, Thelma 296,312 Engstrom, Nikki 175,251 Enquist, Gail 71,175,251,281 Epp, Carl 175 Epp, Jean 175 Epperson, Julie 76 Epperson, William 175 Epstein, Leslie 134,175,286 Epstein, Mel 88 Erclkamp, Sharon 118 Erickson, Carl 175 Erickson, Carl 248 Ericson, Delores 291 Ernst, Bill 110 Ernst, Francee 72,57,133,232 Erochtrup, Naomi 306 Erxleben, Bob 97,158,259 Escott, Vera 90 Evans, Sharon 175,264,281 Evans, Tom 275 Everhart, Bob 269 Everhart, Mary Jo 269 Everingham, Karen 265 Everman, Ruth 13,281 Evers, Flo 281 Evers, Robert 175 Eyberg, Sheila 14,233 Ezell, Edmund 175 151 Foasse, Phyllis 68,72,107,113,176, 281 Fahy, Thomas 176 Fairbanks, Arnold 176 Fairloy, Barb 251 Falconer, Douglas 176 Falk, Nancy 265 Fanning, Dennis 176 Farr, Jack 176 Farrow, David 176 Farwell, Diane 176 Faur, Don 232 Fay, John 176 Feelhaver, Rodney 176 Fechner, Kathy 266 Feese, Jill 266 Felton, Lawrence 61,176 Fentrass, Kathy 76,156 Ferguson, Jerry 110 Ferguson, Lucian 176 Ferry, Robert 176 Fethkenher, Larry 96 Fetrow, Richard 176 Field, Joe 233 Fielding, Kenneth 257 Filipowicz, Barb 273 Filipowski, Jack 269 Fischer, Ken 36,110,271 Fitts, James 176 Fitzgerald, Edward 176 Fitzpatrick, Vicki 265 Flack, Linda 74,232,251 Fleming, William 232 Flint, Justin 176 Flood, Lawrence 176 Flora, Jairus 176 Floto, Kenneth 176 Focal, James 85 Fogarty, Frank P. 319 Fokken, Meridee 73 Folsy, Norman 176 Folsum, John 176 Football 108,109,110,111 Feral, James 286 Forby, Wlllis 176 Forbes, F. S. 238 Forbes, Leslie 157 Ford, Edwin 176 Ford, Salalha 248 Forman, Larry 29,82 Forker, Will 176 Forsberg, JoAnn 251 Forsberg, Lee 43,97,l58,259 Foss, Warren 177 Foster, Dennis 110 Foster, Gerritt 177 Foster, Melvin 177 Foster, Lance 78 Foster, Regina 177 Foster, Louise 281 Founders Day 102 Fowler, Carolyn 70 Fox, Robert 88 Francis, William 177 Francisco, Fred 177,245 Franco, Myrna 177 Frandsen, Frank 177 Frank, Virginia 247 Franklin, Charles 177 Franklin, Margaret 177 Franklin, Vernon 96 Fraser, Clinton 177 Fraxier, Charles 177 Freed, Jay 177 Freemole, George 177 Frei, James 177 French, Judy 266 Frentrop, Delores 255 Friedman, Robert 88,275 Friedrich, Paul 177 Friend, Bernard 177 Fritch, Charles 13 Fritts, William 177,252 Fritz, Joyce 266 Fry, Kathy 70,158,273,275 Fullerton, John 36 Fullerton, Steve 86 Fultz, Carroll 177 Funk, Arlene 266 Fuxo, Jim 81,l59,177,251,271 Fye, Gail 251 -.G-. Gaer, Dick 235 Galloway, Sue 72,80 Gamble, Sharon 266 Ganow, Marie 177 Garavanta, Francis 177 Garbin, Albeno 53 Gardner, Albert 177 Garfield, Warren 177 Garner, James 177 Garrison, Lewis 110,271 Garrison, Sue 96 Garzam, Juanita 178 Gateway 43,97,158 Gatrost, Elynn 266 Gaver, John 178,245 Gehretm, Thomas 178 Gehrig, Kathie 70 Gehrlg, Douglas 83 Geir, John 178 Geisert, Anthony 178 Gall, Donna 178 Gember, Jim 43,259 Genadio, Franc 178 Gerbracht, William 69,296 Gere, Claudia 73,178,251 Gerry, John Gerry, Kathy 96 Gervasio, Tony 80,110 Gfeller, Brian 261 Gibb, Richard 78 Gibson, Charles 178 Gibson, Richard 243 oiddings, Pat 20,121,271 Gldley, Steve 83,178 Giesen, Larry 89 Gilbert, Don 83 Gilbert, Harvey 72,82,83 Gilbert, Judy Eichhorn 33,35,72,73, 82,107,178,240 Gildersleeve, C. R. 252 Giles, Dennis 161,264 Gilligan, Sheri 70 Gilmer, Walter 178 Gilmore, Gary 32 Gittins, Pat 266 Giuliani, Robert 178 Glanda, Lavonne 266 Glantx, Kristi 260 Glidden, Wayne 281 Gloat, Gladys 266 Goeser, Ellen 97,113,158,l78,232, 259 Golden, Wilmer 178 Goldstrom, Jerald 178 Goff, Melvin 85 Goggins, Beulah 281 Goldwater, Miko 118 Golf 36 Gomez, Johnny Ray 10,42,85 Good, Marlene 73 Goodlow, Carolyn 275 Goodrich, Kendall 178 Goodrich, William 178 Goodyear, Don 178 Gordon, Carolyn 266 Gordon, Dudley 178 Gorr, Emest 270 Gore, Warren 117,284 Gorgen, William 178 Gorman, Frank 253,316 Gorman, Russell 270 Gorton, Lynn 73 Gould, Gordon 158 Gould, Ken 20,127 Gould, Linda 273 Govtos, John 178 Grady, Robert 179 Graham, Carol Lee 300 Graham, Edrose 179 Graham, Olive 268 Graham, Walter 53 Grosso, Bev 70,104 Gray, Carleen 266 Gray, Scott 265 Greek Week 16,17 Green, Chuck 79 Green, Robert 179 Greenberg, Ido 179 Greene, DeReef 286 Greer, George 239 Greguras, F. R. 245 Greim, Mary 75,235 Gresco, Alfred 179 Grey, James 179 Grice, Charlie 179 Grimalud, Joseph 180 Groark, Martin 178 Groh, Gene 82 Gross, Kenneth 179 Gross, Marie 61,179 Gross, William 179 Gronborg, Martin 233 Grossman, Margaret 76,235 Grothe, Ron 36 Grove, Lynne 232 Grow, Bill 28 Grow, Patrick 96 Gruidel, Don 32 Grubbs, James 179 Grunther, Steve 79 Guenther, Leo 179 Guerrero, Alelandro 179 Guifey, Connie 179 Gugas, Chris 232,245 Gugas, Steve 80 Gulkis, Norman 179 Gulsted, Helen 282 Gustafson, Bob 69,80,81,165 Gustafson, Ronald 179 Gyflold, Gordon 178 -H- Haag, Raymond 179 Haas, Blll 110,146 Haclfield, Carol Ann 76,77,128 Hadfield, Kathy 76,104 Haehnrlein, Fred 14,84 Hogglund, Dave 20,179 Hahn, Dandra 251,281 Hale, Delmas 179 Hall, Alma 314 Hall, James 179 Hall, John 179 Hall, Marlene 70,180,251 Holloron, Pat 69,132,180 Halsey, Clinton 102 Hamilton, Jeanne 71 Homllton, Sue 71 Hamilton, Wallace 180 Hamm, Mary 265 Hammer, Larry 80,81 Hammond, Janet 13 Hamsa, Charles 81,180 Hancock, Murray Jr. 180 Hancock, Suzy 68,76 Hanneman, Bud 82 Hanon, Kent 161 Hansen, Bob 87,235 Hansen, Diane 180 Hansen, Gordon 256 Harbert, Richard 79 Harcrow, James 180 Hardeman, William 180 Harding, Janet 266 Harless, Ronald Jr. 180 Hargrove, Roberta 248 Harkness, Charles 253,287 Harmon, Kathy 180,281 Harper, Robert 246,315 Harriman, William 244 Harrington, Dave 83 Harrington, James 86,104 Harris, Dick 83 Harrls, George T. 238 Harris, Ray 306 Harsh, Yvonne 251,310 Hartford, Bruce 180 Hartford, Robert 231 Hartln, Davld 180 Harvey, Harry 180 Harvey, Sue 266 Haska, Robert 231 Haselhorst, Delbert 180 Haselwood, Vern 304 Hasso, Judy 315 Hassel, Joel 180 Hatfield, Janet 180,255 Hawley, Dorothy 249 Hayden, Bruce 180 Hayek, James 80 Hayer, Robert 180 Hayes, Clevia 180 Haynie, Mary 180,281 Hays, Bob 86 Hays, Terence 282 Hayward, James 80 Hazard, Forrest 249 Heaps, Charles 232 Hedgepeth, Willis 180 Hedman, Lloyd 180 Heflinger, Jim 264 Heinlsh, Frand 84 Heinz, Ervan D. 217,291 Heisler, Sidney 88 Helgren, Donna 266 Helland, Jerome 180 Hellbush, Myra 13 Heller, John 180 Helligso, Martha 316 Helligso, Ruth 75,113,180,264 Helling, George 282 Helmstadter, C. W. 230,314 Hemsath, Nancy 71 Henderson, Donna 73 Henderson, Harry 181 Henderson Helen 265 Henderson Paul 97,259 Henderson, Robert 84 Henderson, Roger 85 Henderson Ron 268 Hendrix, Nancy 265 Henkle, Robert 181 Hennessy, Juno 76 Hennessy, Laurel 76 Hennings, Paul 181 Hennlngson, Edwin 181 Hensley, Billy 181 Henson, Henry 181 Herbst, Roland 181 Herndon, James 181 Hertel, Loraine Jr. 181 Hewitt, Alice 134,269,285 Hibbard, Fredrick 181 Hickenbottan, Gilbert 181 Hicks, Larry 181,275 Higginbotham, Hugh 181 Higgins, Carlos 181 Higgins, Carlos 181 Higgs, Marilyn 259 Hildebrandt, Bob 85 Hildreth, Roger 298 Hill, Albert 254 Hill, Barbara 70,181 Hill, Dennis 181 Hill, Elizabeth 284,296 Hill, Gene 181 Hill, Larry 181 Hill, Linda 76,181 Hill, Jack A. 256 Hill, Peter 234 Hills, Lyle 181 Hilt, Robert 250 Heinrichs, Pam 266 Hirschman, Dan 89 Hisaka, M. 181 Hittle, Claudia 86 Hitz, Beth 265 Hlavac, Rene 53 Hluckoweckyi, lwan 146 Hoag, Ruby 306 Hoagland, Dale 181 Hockett, William C. 230,280 Hodges, Leo 83 Hoenshell, Craig 83 Hoffman, Bill 36 Hoffman, David 13 Hogan, Sandra 70 Holbrook, Bruce 181 Helen, Karen 315 Hollenbeck, Jlm 84 Holley, Leta 280 Hollinger, Wallace 181 Holman, Conald 181 Holmes, John 182 Holmes, Roxanne 72 Holmquist, Mariorie 72,273 Holton, G. R. 182 Holtz, LeRoy 303 Holyoke, Edward 182 Homecoming 112,113,114,115 Honors Convocation 12 Horky, Jim 84,182 Hom, Jackie 75 Horner, Walter 182 Homig, Martin 79 Horton, John 182 Horvath, Joe 285 Hosman, Evetett 150 Hossack, Darrell 96 Hossack, James 243 Hostettler, John 182 Howard, Donald 182 Howard, Maurice 182 Howell, Helen 242,251 Howell, John 182 Hriks, Janice 265 Hronek, Sheri e,4s,72,73,1az,21z, 217,259,310 Hruska, Thomas 293 Hudgens, Diane 73 Huebert, John 286 Hufferd, Larry 80 Hughes, Edward 182 Hughes, Kenneth 182 Hughes, Richard 282 Hulsmon, Robert 182 Hultman, nay 20,127,182,245 Humphrey, Sheri 73,182,264,273 Hunacek, Gerald 232,245 Hunsaker, James 61,142,182 Hunter, Georgia 70 Hunter, Hugh 182 Hunter, Sharon 70 Huntington, Corrado 304 Hunzeker, H. L. 261 Hurlburt, Delores 14,17,68,74,75, 282 Hurley, Kathy 76 Hurley, Sidney 182 Hurst, Francis 271,277 Hutchinson, Tom 110 ,Ii lokish, Bob 61,182,232 IFC 69 lndiannes 107 Ingersol, Joy 266 Ingham, Charles 236 Ingham, Jill 265 Ingram, Ralph 182 lnterpep ,99 Irish, Elaine 182 Iriwn, Karen 269 ISA 90 Isaacson, Kristy 17,72,73,107,133 lsgett, Connor 182 Isvik, Mary Ellen 182,275 Iverson, Julie 73,233,281 1,11 Jack, Gilbert 183 Jackson, Dennis 183 Jackson, Thadeus 183 Jackson, Willie 183 Jacobs, Gloria 76 Jacobs, Lindo 70,251 Jacobson, James 183 Jameson, Sandra 266 Jansen, Bill 110 Jansky, Lorraine 97,259 Jaudegis, Nllole 183 Jaynes, William 277 Jean, Grover 183 Jefferson, Mark 183 Jeffrey, Bob 80 Jeffrey, Janelle 73,183 Jeffry, Kenneth 143 Jelen, Claude 83 Jenkins, Dodle 74,251 Jensen, Barb 251 Jensen, Chrlstlne 70,183,248 Jensen, Gall 87 Jensen, Grace 251 Jensen, Judy 71,105,183,233,251 Jensen, Leonard 183 Jensen, Marsha 266 Jensen, Marty 251 Jerome, Sally Jo 264 Jespersen, Gregg 78,79,105 Jesperson, Shirley 306 Jeter, John A. 292 Jeub, Melanie 29,38,77 Jewell, Lyle 183 Johnson, Allen 43 Johnson, Arlan 183 Johnson, Billie 183 Johnson, Dianne 8 Johnson, Dlck 79 Johnson, Douglas 183 Johnson, Gary 14,124,286 Johnson, Gayle 183 Johnson, George 183 Johnson, Jane 265 Johnson, John 183 Johnson, June 314 Johnson, Keith 82,134 Johnson, LaDonna 13,183,251,28 Johnson, LeMoyne 14,240,264 Johnson, Lindo 76 Johnson, Marie 183 Johnson, Mary 72,184,251,281 Johnson, Oscar 184 Johnson, Richard 184 Johnson, Robert 184 Johnson, Rolland 278 Johnson, Sharon 266 Johnson, Shirley 184 Johnson, Shirley A. 184 Johnson, Susan 10,72,86 Johnson, William 184 Johnstone, Elmer 233 Jolley, Douglas 184 Jones, Allyn 184 Jonos, Ed 72,81 Jones, Gene 184 Jones, Herbert 53 Janes, Irene 184 Jones, Jlm 90,110,271 Jones, Jimmy 25 Jones, Judy 265 Jones, Keith 275 Jones, Mllce 84 1 Jones, Ned 184 Jones, William 252 Jordan, Donald 184 Jordan, Troy 184 Joumalism Awards Banquet 129 Joyce, John 184 Jr. Panhellenic 68 Juul, Larry 85,128 .K- Kadoos, Calvin 184 Kaeser, William 314 Kahle, Sharilyn 266 Kahre, Charleen 76,273 Kaiser, Dennis 82,184 Kallhoff, Rita 184 Kanesko, James 184 Karre, Lyle 69,74,86 Karre, Pat 72,156,233,281 Kasch, Karen 266 Kaspor, Jlm 264 Kaspar, Gary 233 Kasper, Robert 184 Kasselman, William 184 Kastor, Paul 32 Kastrich, Janet 184 Kathol, Gene 233,269 Katskee, Roy 184 Katz, Duane 185 Katzer, Emest 185 Kavan, Joyce 71 Kawami, David 235 Kay, Jim 81 Keath, Barbara 68,76,185,251,281 Keast, Stanley 232,245 Keefover, Harold 297 Keim, Ralph 185 Keiser, Jeanine 266 Kelly, Francis S. 256 Kelley, Robert 185 Kells, Robert 185 Kelly, Emmett 185 Kelly, Francis 185 Kelly, Pat 185 Kemnitz, Emest 239 Kempf, Joan 266 Kempf, Peter 185,252 Kemplin, Jim 286 Kendall, William 185 Kenkel, Mary Ann 185 Kennedy, Alfred 278 Kennedy, Paul 281 Kennelly, Kathy 76 Kenny, Lawrence 248 Kephart, Elsie 185 Keppel, Robert 239 Kercheval, Albert 245 Kerry, Robert 185 Kershaw, Sondra 185 Kersigo, John 245 Kerst, Sigrid 250 Kesslnger, Susie 77 Ketelsen, Clyde 20 Kettle, James 185 Keyser, James E. 232,245 Kiewit, Peter 319 Kiggins, Gloria 71,185 Kiley, Donald 233 Kilgore, James 185 Killian, Margaret 64,255 Kimball, Joan 185 Kimsey, E11 185 Kimsey, Lawrence 185 Kincaid, Jlm 32 King, Bobby 185 King, Harlan 185 King, Lawrence 137 Kingston, Robert 185 Kinnon, Bobbie 265 Kinnoy, E. E. 244,311 Kinnumen, Clifford 185 Kirk, John 186 Kirk, J. Peter 245 Kirkwood, Dale 186 Kirschenman, Henry 186 Kerst, Sigricl 76 Kiscoan, Lorraine 186 Kiscoan, Mary 158,251 Kisgen, Mike 10,26,45,80,81,105, 1 86 Kisick, Don 269 Kleldgaard, Eua 266 Kling, Donna 186 Klingforth, Jeri 186,255 Klocksiem, Neil 85,186 Klosterman, Ed 250,269 Knapp, Robert B. 186 Knauss, Luanne 266 Knlckman, John 186 Knight, Andree 186 Knight, Gerald 264 Knight, Jeanne 186 Knotelr, Jim 78 Knowles, Becky 266 Knudsen, Rlchard 186 Kochanowlcz, Anne 13,267 Koenig, Bernard 293 Kolash, Carol 186 Komarelc, Phyllis 186 Konon, LaVeme 76 Korswold, Norman 186 Kott, Ronald 186 Koxail, Charles 80 Kozeny, LeRoy :wa Kraft, Donald 186 Krallcek, Charles 245 Kraliev, Krause, Benlamin 1 86 Kurt 78 Krebs, Linda 72 Krehbiel, John 83,186 Krehbiel, Larry 32,35 Kreici, James 79 Kreici, Janice 75 Kriesel, Darlene 70 Kreeger, Janet 13,45,73,142,18b, 240 Kroeger, Vlrgil 282 Krogh, Jack 20 Krogh, Susle 45,186,248 Kros, Richard 79 Krull, Larry 186 Kruntorad, Joann 70,105 233,235 Krupecka, Frances 266 Kruse, Robert 187 Kruse, Joann 266 Kubie, Beverly 187 Kucera, Carole 74 Kuchel, Gaylon 282 Kucllacelc, Eugene 187 Kueny, Earl 187 Kuhmechel, William 89 Kundel, Carolyn 255,281,296 Kundel, Dorothy 281 Kendal, Ray 14,711,240 Kunkler, Connie 73 Kunkler, Gary 80 Kurth, Bert 119,271,303,396 Kurth, Louise 187 Kun, Max 20,271 Kypuros, Basllia 187 Kyrklund, Dorothy 266 -L- La Barca, Frank 78,110 Lacy, Donald 187 Laedtke, Gerald 187 Laff, Naomi 266 Lakin, Ginny 251 Lamb, James 187 Lambda Chl Alpha 84,85 Lambeth, Albert 187 Lambert, W. C. B. 13,268,276 Lammers, Marvin 187 Landholm, Lynette 266 Landin, Nicholas 240 Landis, Laura 266 Landon, Clifford 187 Landstrom, Dlane 73 Lane, Bob 134,286 Lane, James 187 Lane, R. L. 246 Lang, Lawrence 187 Lang, Marlin 187 Lang, Rich 32 Lang, Thomas L. 245 Lange, Richard 187 Lange, Roy 187 Lagenboch, Robert 187 Larsen, Angela 266 Larson, Carol 251 Larsen, Edith 265 Larson, Albert 53 Larson, Bob 10,285 Larson, David 89 Larson, Glenn 187 Larson, Jack 96 ,107,157, Linnen, Robert 188 Linstrom, Marsha 235 Linstromberg, Walter 239 Liotis, George 188 Littlefield, Howard 188 Littman, Chuck 88 Loewen, Elain 266 Lofberg, Jerry 80 Logan, Linda 286 Lomani, Gerald 188 Long, Lucille 188 Long, Paul 188 Longacre, Allan 124,284,286 Lord, Ellen 260,304 Loshbaugh, Cheryl 280 Lose, Greg 124,161,286 Love, Gil 233 Lowe, Bob 110 Lucas, John 238,280,315 Luefschuetz, Karl 88,188 Lukowslci, Blll 146 Lund, Geraldine 188,255 Lundquist, Donald 188 Lunsford, Nancy 74,1e1,z3z,24s, 251,264,281 Lunt, Steele 236 Lushinsky, Frank 81 Luther, Mary 188,248 Lutz, Betty 188 Lux, Diane 189 Lynch, Judith 189 Lyons, Clifford 189,252 ...M- MacDonalcl, George 189 MacDonald, Richard 189 Macek, Kenneth 189 Mach, James 189 Machmuller, Lee 86 Macko, Charles 189 Macleod, Anne 15,251 Maddelena, Sam 83 Madden, Charles 189 Maffltt, Fletcher 189 Magner, Jerry 96 Magzamln, Linda 286 Mahan, Rlck 81,96,264 Maher, John 189,278 Maher, Roxy 278 Mahoney, Diane 13,17,70,264 Mahrer, Ludwig 13 Maides, Tom 159 Ma-ie Day 38,39,40,41 Mainard, William 189 Maleskl, Thomas 234 Malchow, Connie 266 Maley, Robert Jr. 79 Malik, Jack 263 Mallamo, Victor 189 Malm, Carl 14 Malmberg, Priscilla 266 Malone, Frank 189 Mann, William Jr. 189 Manning, Gerald 189 Manning, Thomas 189 Mannan, Duane 69,80 Markey, Martin 189 Marks, Harold 189 Marr, Metta 291 Marlin, Howard 275 Marquardt, D. N. 239,240 Marshall, Judy 266 Masilko, Gary 243 Marston, Anson D. 243,245 Martin, Howard 248,268 Martin, Leonard 189 Larson, Stephen 187 LaSpada, Robert 187 Lasxetter, Jimmy 187 Lazerson, Gordon 88 Leos, Patricia 187 Leavett, Harvey 187 Leayer, Donald 188 Lee, Maurice 188 Leer, Willlam 188 Lefler, Clarence 305 Lemor, William B. 243 Lemon, Sharon 188 Lenz, Harold 87,104,110,271 Lenz, Warren 87,188,245,271 Leny, Linda 188 Leomaxzi, Ercole 188 Leomaui, Ray 286 Lerdahl, Rich 32 Leslie, Jerene 188,235 Levy, Isabel 293 Lewis, Barry 88 Lewis, C. Glenn 238,278 Lewis, Lone 188 Martin, Martin, Marlln, Marvel, Sarah 266 Patricia 189 Paul 189 Richard 276 Masilko, Gary E. 80,189 Mason, William 190 Massa, Joseph 190 Massara, Mary 70 Matheson, Hugh 190,282 Matney, Sue 76 Matson, Patti 8,42,72,73,107,216, 217,233,259 Matsumoto, Sam 190 Matthews, Steve 85 Maurer, Ona 266 Maye, Paul 190,286 Mayfield, Donna 266 Mayo, Billy 190 McAfee, Travis 190 McArdle, Dennis 190 Mc8ryde, Bobby 190 McCann, Carol 190 McCardle, G. M. 308 Lewis, Vance 88 Lewis, William 188 Lichtonfeld, Diana 265 Lickert, Vickie 188 Light, Jack 188 Llchook, Joel 88 Lincoln, Dan 32 Lindberg, Larry 96,269 Lindstrom, Rhonda 266 Linn, Mildred 102 McCarthy, Chet 97,259,310 McCarthy, Sharon 251 McCoulley, Marlon 260,304 McChane, Robert 190,245 McClain, Charles 190 McCluster, Ideal Jr. 190 McColleem, Lea 90 McConkle, Ruby 14,190,251,281 McCoy, Judy 76,107,158,190,232 McCroy, Diane 266 McCray, Joe 110 McCurdy, John 190 McDonald, James 190 McDonald, Timothy 235 McDonald, William 190 McElroy, Patsy 269 McEwen, Ken 32,35,45,80,158,190 McFarland, Pat 74,75,156,255 McGaruie, Elizabeth 190 McGinnis, Betty 70 McGinnis, Carolyn 190 McGlynn, Dan 250,264 McGough, James 190 McGovern, Blanche 318 McGranahan, Robert 257,301,310 McGruder, Cal 110 McGuire, Kathleen 13,78,96,142, 233,273,281 McGuire, Marleen 71,96,251,264 McHugh, Elinor 96 Mclntire, Lawrence 190 Mclntyre, Ron 265 McKee, Lois 265 McKernan, Jack 87 McKernan, John 190 McLaughlin, Nancy 266 Mclean, Francis 244 McLellan, Richard 247 McMahon, Dennis 79 McMahon, Jim 127 McMichael, Don 69,78 McMillan, Cynthia 191 McMillan, John 274,275 McMillan, James 191 McNulty, Charles 84,235 McNulty,' Francis 191 McQueen, Roberta 266 McWilliams, Joyce 191 Means, Raymond 260,304 Meek, Donald 191 Meester, Carolyn 76 Mefford, Marsha 72,68,157 Mehrer, Lou 250,281 Meidlingor, Leo 97,158,259 Meissinger, Diane 72 Meissner, Daisy 73,232 Melson, Chris 266 Menard, 0. E. 276 Menard, Lloyd 191 Mench, Linda 191 Mench, Michael 17,42,82,83 Mende, Parsla 74 Menze, Mary Kay 96,161,204 Merlrleln, Jack 191 Merriam, John Mrs. 319 Merritt, Mary 251 Merritt, Palph 191 Merritt, Ronald 191 Metcalf, James 191 Metz, George 191 Metzner, Alex 191 Mewhirter, J. A. 89,191 Meyer, Edward 191 Meyer, Joel, 89 Meyer, Paul 191 Meyers, Blll 110 Meyers, Carl 110,146 Meyers, Mary 191,268 Meyers, Ruth 13,73,191,255 Michalenko, Bill 96,264 Micheletto, Louise 76,89,191,280 Micke, Betty 191 Micko, Ticko 95,450 Mielke, Jack 45,191,245 Mier, Sharon 265 Military een 24 Miller, Bert 285 Miller, Bill 36,271 Miller, Diane 248,265 Miller, Donnell 61,191 Miller, George B0 Miller, Jerry 81 Miller, John D. 19,86,137,138, 264 -, Miller, Jonathan 191 Miller, Larry 69,83 Miller, Marilyn 71,158,259 Miller, Ned 192 Miller, Phyllis 287 Miller, Raymond 192 Miller, Ron 82 Miller, Roy 192 Miller, Stuart 192 Miller, Thomas 192 Miller, William Minarcini, Jeanne 285 Minteer, Joyce 238 Mion, Stephanie 71 Misterek, Arthur 232 Mitchel, Ellen 192,280 Mitchell, Gene 192 Mode, Jimmie 192 Moeller, Clarice 14,251 Mane, Jim 97,158,217,259 Montalvo, Roberto 192 Montgomery, Erwin 283 Montgomery, Homer 192 Moody, Allan 192 Moody, Judie 192 Moore, David 249 Moore, Harry 192 Moore, Jock 282 Moore, John 192 Moore, Linda 235 Moore, M. A. 250 Moore, Mike 82,134 Moore, Richard 192,278 Moore, Richard E. 192,278 Moore, Roger 192 Moore, Wilson 192 Moran, Mike 97 Moran, Sue 70,232 Moravec, Jan 38 Moran, Mike 143,217,259 Moray, Don 110 Morey, Diana 249 Morey, Gary 286 Morgan, Ralph 240 Morocco, Joseph 192 Morocco, Margaret 192 Morris, Kenneth 192 Morris, Linda 265 Morris, Nanci 73,273 Morris, Rosalind 192 Mosher, Catherine 14 Moslman, Kathy 235 Moss, Carol 70 Most, Woodrow 249 Moulton, C. F. 319 Mueller, Harry 250,286 Mueller, Richard 192 Muldoon, Margie 70 Mulkins, Winfield 192 Mullin, Karen 124,272 Mullen, Clark 99,263 Mullens, Betty 316 Mullens, Russell 26,285 Munroe, Charles 193 Murante, Mary Jean 193 Murphy, Cathi 275,286 Murphy, Karen 73 Murphy, Mike 81 Murray, James 193 Murren, Larry 233 Mutum, Memes 193 Mutum, Lee 245 Myers, Carl 27 Myers, Charles 146,271 Myers, Donald 193 Myers, Lewis 193 -.N1 Nabb, Ray 36 Nahos, Jerry 87 Namaksy, Adolph 193 Namaksy, Joe 61 Naylor, Kirk 253,310,318 Nazario, Amadeo 250 Neary, Pat 266 Nobel, Joseph 193 Neel, Ed 20,110,232,271 Nohmer, Kenneth 234 Neilson, Randy 81 Nelson, Bob 80 Nelson, Davld 84,96 Nelson, Diane 193 Nelson, Elmer 193 Nelson, Morman 84,245 Nelson, Paul 193 Nelson, Sue 282 Nelson, Tim 96 Nelson, Vicky 266 Nelson, Paul 193 Nelson, William 193 Nelville, William 193 Nesvan, Denie 68,70 Netwig, Kenneth 80,159,271 Neuberger, Joe 32 Neumann, Gary 110 Neville, William 85 Nevins, Lynn 96 Newbecker, Charles 86 Newcomer, Robert 193 Newcomer, Shirley 76,77 Newcumer, Jacque 77,281,3 Newhouse, Myrna 266 Newkirk, G. A. 246 Newmann, Carol 76 Newman, Gordon 193 Newman, Nick 135 Newport, M. G. 256 Newton, John 269,277 Nichols, Frank 193 Nicholson, Richard 277,302 Nickerson, Edgar 193 Nielson, Randy 80,105 Nielsen, Dandra 75 Nielsen, Frederick 193 Nlkelauk, John 193 Nimrod, Dorothy 308 Noclta, Frank 13,85 Nodean, Ed 245 Nodean, Margaret 193 Nohr, Hans 43 Nolte, Ray 53 Nolter, Charles 193 North, Richard 193 Northcott, Susan 266 Narthfelter, George 80 Norton, James 193 Norton, John 81 51 Phipps, Novak, Tony 110 Novotny, Dan 97,158,259 Nueller, Marianne 250 Nugent, Robert 193 Nyholm, Hedvig 246 Nyquist, Jean 266 -Q- oimg, can 194,252 O'Brien, Stephen 194,252 Ochsner, Jim 306 Olafson, John 194 0'Leary, Martin 194 Oleson, Gayle 45,253 Oliver, Dave 282 Oliver, John 194 Olsen, Barb 266 Petersen, Charles 195 Peterson, Gregg 217 Peterson, Jack 25 Peterson, James 99,124,'l95,263 Peterson, Julie 195 Peterso n, Linda 24 Peterson, Paul V. 8,217,257,310, 337 Petrakis, Gregory 196 Petree, John 1 96 Pfannenstiel, Donald 196 Reinkardl, Pete 197 Raiser, Matt 197 Rell, Richard 80 Remlrus, Connie 280 Rewolinski, Joe 197,269 Reynolds, Dee Ann 265 Reynolds, H. W. 276 Reynolds, McClure 197 Rheincordt, Peter 250 Rheinfrank, John 84 Rhienfrank, Mary 76,251 mimi, any 196,245 Pflasterer, non 14,253,296,309,310 Phelps, Phi Eta Paul 196 Sigma 14 Phillips, James 196 Phillips, Jim 32,134,286 Joe 269 Rhoads, Arthur 252 Rhoads, Herman 197 Rhoden, Rod 80 Rhodes, Herbert 127,197,232 Rhodes, Varro 319 Rice, Harry 261 Richards, Linda 21,197,251,2B1 Olsen, Julie 251 Olson, Bill 81 Olson, Donna 294 Olson, Lloyd 194 Olson, Lynn 194 Olson, Ronald 194 Olson, Ruth 309 Olson, Tom 110 Omicron Delta Kappa 45 Onder, J. J. 284 Ondllla, Dennis 20,87,110,271 Order of the Tower 98 o'11si11y, 11. 231 Ormerod, Walter 194 0'Raurke, Edward 194 Orr, Anne 194 Orr, Donald 194 Orr, Kathy Orr, Richard 194 Ortiz, Gilbert 194 Oshaughnessy, Terrence 235 Oslen, R oger 194 Osterhaus, Dick 146,271 O'Toupa Otsuka, Oyston, I, Mark 84 Yukio 194 Charles 194 -p- Packo, Andrew 194 Page, Charles 146 Pallas, Mary Ann 266 Panhelle nic 68 Panebianca, Frank 194,286 Panslng, Susan 251 Parden, Peggy 73,232 Parker, Armand 194,252 Parker, Dale 84 Parker, Dan 83 Parker, Diana 268 Parks, Robert 83 Parker, Ronald 194 Parkert, Parrish, Gerald 194 Leslie 1 95 -5- Parrish, Richard 195 Paskevic, Jerry 80 Paskino, Jerry 84 Paskoff, Dolia 195 Patach, Dorothy 281 Patz, Frank 195 Paul, Aldrich 53 Paulison, Karl 78 Payne, Anthony 195 Payne, Karen 72,105,235 Pearson, John 308 Pearson, LeRoy 195 Pecha, Frank 35,195 Pecha, Joe 32,306 Pechaus, Roberta 76 Peck, Carol 266 Pederson, Morris 195 Pedrini, D. T. 277 Pedzick, Stan 195 Peers, Donald 235 Pelan, Ken 110 Pelowski, Deborah 8,217,259 Pelawski, Jim 47 Peltier, Desire 195 Pen 8. Sword 60,61 Penning, Don 110 Pennington, Connie 265 Penney, Ralph 195 Pentzien, Margaret 195,280 Peoples, James 195 Perka, Joe 96 Perkins, Ralph 85 Perkins, Perrigo, Susan Ewing 124 Charles 36,271 Perry, Hugh 195 Perry, James 195 Person, Dorothy 266 Persons, John 195 Pesek, Gerald 195,251,269 Pesek, P. C. 269 Pesek, Terry 195,245 Peters, Kermit 99,263 Petersen, Bill 90 Petersen, Cathie 70 Petersen, Diann 72,272,273,303 Petersen, Lynn 83 Petersen, Robert 85 Peterson, Bill 245 Peterson, Carol 70,195,251 Phillips, John 196 Phillips, Robert 196 Piianowski, Robert 196 Pi Kappa Alpha 82,83 Pike, Earl 196 Piotrowski, John 196 Piper, Ken 233 Pippen, Fred 196 Pirkkala, Henry 196 Pittman, Don 196 Pitts, James 196 Platz, Bill 245 Pleskac, John 245 Plymate, Cheryl 72,251 Plymate, Lenore 310 Poindester, Bill 36 Poliakoff, Gail 196 Pollock, Donna 266 Poppine, Mary 13 Porter, Larry 97,259 Pospichal, Terri 72,235 Poulson, Billie 45,87,161,196,233, 264 Povilaitas, John 83,286 Powell, Douglas 232,245 Powers, Eddie 196,232 Praenner, Judy 266 Prai, Roger 28,97,158,196,259 Prather, Jerry 196 Prawl, Jill 74,104 Prazan, Lois 71 President's Review 37 Presitt, Kathy 251 Prestwich, Leonard 280 Prewett, Cheryl 243 Prichard, John 196 Priem, Charles 196 Priesman, Linda 43,97,158,259 Pritchard, Everett 196 Proctor, Edwin. 196 Prouty, Tohma 266 Pulda, Roger 196 Pullen, Ronald 251,291 Purdy, Elizabeth 96 .Q- Qualset, Tonya 197 Quinlan, Tom 196 Quinn, Daniel 232 Quinn, Dennls 197 Quinn, William 197 Rochford, George 293,316 Rogan, George 285 Ragnow, Douglas 80 Rainey, Charles 197,252 Rak, Dave 110 Randow, .lack 83 Randow, John 96 Raney, Thompson 196 Raphael, Joseph 197 Rasch, John 197 Rasmussen, Douglas 197 Rasmussen, Marilyn 71 Rasp, Janeille, 73,157 Ratcliff, Millard 197 Ralliff, Jeffrey 232,245 Ratli, Emilio P. 231,296 Rotti, Pat 273 Rauch, Jim 110 Rauch, Verda 280 Ray, Marcia 76,77,79 Ray, Maurice 232 Ray, Rick 79 Raynick, Ira 286 Readers Theater 117 Readhimer, Becky 73 Reed, Donald 197 Reed, Eileen 255 Reed, Paul 197, 245 Reeves, Bette 197 Reeves, Earl 53 Reeves, Jan 265 Rehman, Donald 197 Reid, Robert 197 Reidemann, Ken 72,78,278 Reiff, Lynn 197 Reiff, Merle 10,26,285 Reimer, Edna 197 Reindhaur, Re 251 Richardson, David 78,79 Richmond, Carolyn 301 Rickerson, Arnell 198 Ricks, Nadine 247 Ridenour, Retha 70 Riddle, Linde 73,198 Ridley, Tam 84,124 Riepe, Rosemary 259 Riha, Frank 198 Riley, Jackie 251 Ripley, Roy 198 Rivers, Mike 233 Roark, Carl 198 Robbins, Roy 254 Roberts, Beth 309 Roberts, Mary 266 Roberts, Virginia 198 Robertson, Roy 198 Roddahl, Vern 198 Rodgers, Edward 198 Roenfeldt, Rodney 17,82 Rogers, Gardner 198,282 Rogers, Roger 89,198 Rohde, Mary Lunn 68,70 Rohwer, Roseann 235 Rakes, Willis 256 Rollo, Nancy 70,198 Romanelli, Frank 198 Romigh, Vicki 266 Rooney, Lawrence 198 Rooney, Sherrie 124 Roper, Roger 251 Rorebeck, Carole 280 Rose, Janice 75 Rose, Jesse 198 Roseberg, Ronald 198 Roso, Carl 198,282 Rotert, Cheri 269 Roth, James 198 Roth, Tom 198 Rothe, Pat 76 Rothwell, Joseph 198 Rowoldt, Grace 275 Rowden, Gail 73,134 Rowe, Duane 78 Rowen, John 96 Rowlands, Eunice 309 Rowoldt, Grace 250 Rowse, A. L. 12 Royalty, William 198 Rayko, Nicholas 198 Ruby, Georgia 38 Rutto, John 198 Ruiz, E. N. 198 Ruge, Diane 255 Runge, Mary 269 Runyan, Albert 199 Russell, Richard 69 Rushfeldt, John 199 Rush Week 67 Russell, William 199 Rust, Elaine 199 Ruvolo, Nancy 251 Ryan, Margaret 199 Ryba, Robert 79,96 Ryck, George 269 Ryder, Freddie 199 Rynes, Donald 199 Rynes, Jack 87 Rynties, Alphonse 199 Sabres 233 Sachee, Billy 199 Sadler, E. F. 281 Sallazzo, Rita 299 Saltzman, Rosalie 247 Soltee, Lawrence 199 Samland, Ted 232 Sampson, Marleta 266 Samuelson, Nancy 248 Sander, Gary 245 Sanders, Thurmond 199 Sanderson, Merlyn 265 Sands, Jack 89 Sante, Connie 199 Sauve, Dudley 285 Saunders, Percy 199 Sayers, Roger 20,25 Savidge, Susan 199 Saxon, Charles 45,82,143,199 Scaggs, Elmer 199 Scarpello, Fred 81,199 Scatloff, Joseph 199 Schakat, Sigrid 279 Scharoun, Robert 199 Scheffler, Randy 199 Scheneman, John 199 Schik, Joe 134 Schilx, Gordon 252 Schleiger, Robert 314 Schlev, Robert 83 Schlietert, Janet 266 Schmid, Dennis 199 Schmidt, Orclelle 199,282 Schmidt, Robert 274,275 Schneiclerwind, Nancy 134,200 275,285,286 Schnieber, Janet 96 Schnittgrund, Loran 80,158 Schofield, Frank 200 Scholz, Cindy 273 Schommer, Gary 285,286 Schonlon, William 275 Schroeder, David 83 Schropp, Robert 292 Schull, Pam 265 Schultz, Jackie 70 Schultz, Wayne 84 Schuman, Elaine 200 Schutle, Leon 299 Schwab, Erwin 200 Schwartz, Maggie 265 Schwartz, Sandie 266 Scott, Andrew 200 Scott, James 200 Scott, John 200 Scott, Mariorie 68,71,200 Scott, Roy 200 Scott, Tom 200 Scriven, James 253,290 Scudder, Sharon 200 Sears, Linda 266 Sedlacek, Charles 274 Sedoris, Karen 72,107,133,273 Seely, Arthur 200 Seideman, Charles 200 Seidler, Darrell 269 Seinwell, Ronald 231 Senex, Louise 200 Senior Day 47 Servais, Wilhelm 200 Severa, Gordon 292 Seydel, Lyle 200 Shanks, Ted 200 Shannon, George 200 Sharpe, Virgil 285,290 Shout, John 200 Sheibal, Joe 78 Shelton, Carol 14,73 Shelton, Craig 87 Shernming, John 200 Shepherd, James 200 Sheppard, Jim 96,264 Shepard, 281 Sally 13,73,233 248 251 Sheppard, Steve 82,83,104 Shepard, Will 110 Sheridan, Dorothy 282 Sherman, Gary 96,264 Sherman, Vicki 251 Shenner, Ace 200 Shields, Cheryl 285 Shimko, Trudy 235 Shipman, Reed 110 Shirley, John 200 Shivers, Edward 200 Shook, Gerald 20,25,127 159 271 Shouse, James 201 Shugart, James 201 Shuia, Val 83 Shuler, Oscar 300 Shult, Donald 274 Shumacher, David 201 Shuman, Elaine 255 Shuman, Kelly 201 Shurtleff, Jennifer 72 Sierik, Connie 265 Sig Ep Sing 116 Sigma Kappa 74,75 Sigma Phi Epsilon 80,81 Sikos, Arthur 201,278 Sila, La Verne 78,235 Singleton, Sam 25,146,271 Sires, Thomas 244 Skaggs, Ray 201 Skl Club 161 Skinner, Gerald 201 Skinner, Gouveneur 201 Skevorc, Paul 201 Slack, Gerald 245 Slader, Norman 83,233 Slaughter, Douglas 82 Slegle, Evanne 76 Sleight, Morris 201 Sletto, Carl 201 Slocum, Richard 201 Sloup, Bill 87 Smallwood, George 201,232 Smestad, Mary 266,268 Smilley, Bob 20,127 Smith, Anne 250 Smith, Amold 273 Smith, Bill 110 Smith, Dick 43,97,201,310 Smith, Gene 233 Smith, Marilyn 265 Smith, Maureen 248 Smith, Pam 68,74,232,273 Smith, Richard G. 201 Smith, Sandy 232,265 Smoak, Daniel 201 Smolsky, Jim 87 Snell, Joe 45,82 Snow, Don 201 Soelberg, Roy 201 Soetmelk, Eleanor 201 Sohle, F. V. 201 Sokol, Joe 60,71,78,240 Sokol, Ted 201,245 Sollenberger, Sam 251,314 Solomon, Lynda 74 Solomonson, Jim 134,232 Solorio, Aifred 201 Somers, Fred 201,235 Sorensen, Ted 201 Sorley, Edward 201 Spagnuolo, S. A. 249 Spangler, Hazel 334 Speaker, Theordore 202 Speckmann, Don 202 Spelic, Steve 85 Spencer, James 89,202 Spicer, Barbara 70 Spire, Robert 319 Spooner, Dan 61,232 Spoonef, Herbert 202 Springer, Sally 266 Spring Slng 44 Spurgeon, Richard 202 Staats, Loren 283 Stageman, Paul 239 Stahl, Ray 202 Slallard, Sally 202 Stanek, James 200 Stanek, William 80 Stangl, JoAnn 77,158,269 Stanley, Arlene 309 Stanley, Pam 266 Stanton, Don 202 Slave, Ron 108,110 Stark, Marleen 273 Steele, Elroy 143,241 Steinert, Pam 70,273 Stelskal, Richard 235 Stelling, Jeanie 202 Stemmermann, Brlan 85 Stencel, Richard 245 Stephenson, Sue 72 Stem, Berniamin 261 Stevens, Harry 202 Stevens, Llllian 300 Stevens, Marleen 255 Stevenson, Nancy 76 Steward, Lowell 202 Stewart, Charles 202 Stewart, John B1 Stewart, Robert 202 Stllle, Carol 266 Stockman, Jane 72,157 Stockman, Lani 72,104 Stoeber, Cathy 76,77 Stohlmann, Dianne 281 Stolley, John 69,84,85,245 Stone, Virgil 230 Slough, Patti 266 Stowe, John 202 Strall9!r Thomas 248 Strobel, Jo Karen 265 Stroheckor, Harry 202 Strong, Cathy 266 Strong, Daniel 202 Student Council 42 Stumpf, Marilyn 251 Sudavlclus, Nellie 235,264 Suddlclc, Mary Beth 76,158 Suhl, Nina 232 Sullivan, Daniel 239 Suncl, Karen 250 Susman, Allen 88 Susman, Ronald 202 Sutton, Mary 71,137,264 Suurvarlk, Peter 81,235 Suurvarlk, Rolf 250 Swabeh, Olga 202 Swanson, Albert H. 240,245 Swanson, Eva 217,232 Swanson, Everett 233 Swanson, Frank 89,202 Swanson, Ronald 202 Swartz, Llnda 266 Swartz, Robert 202 Sweet, Mlke 83 Swenson, James 202 Swisher, Jlm 83 Switzer, Rich 83,264 Swobota, Kathryn 293 Synavet, Judy 265 Sxemplenski, Joyce 202,281 Slemplenski, Tom 77,87 -1'-.. Tabar, Doris 242,281 Taft, John zo: Takechi, Steve 203,235 Tallman, Gary 89,203 Tarlcington, Mardelle 43 Tarnoff, Bernie 88 Tau Kappa Epsilon 78,79 Taylor, Daryl 84,137,l61,273 Taylor, Jan Meyers 24 Taylor, Karol 266 Taylor Robert 203 Taylor, Norm 217,301 Tennis 36 Teter, Jack 203,245 Teufel, Carolyn 266 Thorp, Jackie 72 Thaxton, Billy 203 Thede, Gloria 266 Vacek, Vacek, Vail, K Joyce 77 Rich 32 athleen 43,77,97,204,259 Vak, Catherlne 204 Valenti c, Jan 85 Valuikas, George 204 Vanacek, Fred 90,232,245 Vandersloep, JoAnn 24 Vanderwerf, Dan 81 Van Doorne, Henry 204 Van Daren, Mary Sue 204 Van Huss, George 204 Van Kat, Sharon 73,204 Van M etro, Vicki 265 Von Voorhis, Sharon 68,74,96 Verela, Carol 265 Whitman, Paul 205 Wleczorek, Ruth 77 Wiederholt, Christine 53 Wieght, J. Orman 205 Wiggins, Rosalie 161 Wikoff, Richard 277 Wiley, Elizabeth 314 Wilkins, Priscilla 73,273 Will, Bruce 78 Will, Chuck 79,240 Wille, Dorothy 297 Willenburg, Mary 73 Williams, Brenda 68,73 Williams, Carolyn 70,275 Williams, Charles 205 Theiler, Marilyn 72 Thelan, Boyce 203 Theta Chi 86 Thibault, Mariloa 28 Thomas, James 203 Thomas, Michael 79 Thomas, Rosalie 137,264 Thomazin, Sharon 265 Thompsen, Jim 83 Thompson, George 264 Thompson, Jan 77,203,280 Thompson, Jim 36 Thompson, Larry 203 Thompson, Thurston 203 Thompson, Dean William 102 Thomsen, Al 292 Thorell, Sharon 266 Thornton, Joe 278 Tibbits, Lee Ellen 265 Tickner, Ernest 203 Tillander, John 203 Tinsley, William 203 Timm, Earlene 24,38,72 Timmerman, Jeannie 273 Titus, J. C. 244,245 Titxell, Velma 297 Toay, John 84,203 Tobin, John 203 Todd, Mary Beth 203,251 Todd, William 203,252 Toeniskoetter, Robert 203 Tollofson, Joe 90 Tomahawk Beauty Contest 132,133 Tomahawk 8,9 Temasek, Rich 25,159 Tomlin, John 203 Temps, Andy 233 Toms, Ronald 203 Tompsett, Rich 42,B2,83 Totenhoff, Sherry 96 Toth, Tom 306 Track 20,21 Vasel, Bill 82 Vasel, Dick 83 Vaughn, Colleen 73 Vaughn, Patricia 282 Vetter, Sheri 251 Viau, Ellsworth 204 Vild, Phil 204 Vlllnow, Larry 25,83,146,204,271 Vincent, Jim 81,146 Vincent, Judy 71 Vinton, Barb 265 Vlcek, James 235 Vodicka, Ray 204 Voelte, Janet 286 Voelzow, Eugene 204 Vogel, Phlllp 252 Vogt, Phillip 282,310 Valk, Douglas 81 Vonosek, Jon 96 Von Tersch, Larry 110 Vrana, Norma 149 1W1 Wade, Harry 245 Wagner, Ron 85 Wakefield, Blll 45,83,96,204 Walden, W. E. 261 Walker, Alvin 204 Walker, Guary 204 Walker, Warren 204 Wallace, Hay 302 Wallace, Robert 204 Wallin, Grace 205 Wallin, Linda 280 Walling, Steve 69,72,87 Walsh, Robert 235 Walsh, Thomas 247,248 Walter, Hilde 14,70,157,250,251 Waokiya 45 Waples, Fred 78 Ward, Claude 205 Ward, Mike 134,212,248 Wardlo, Ralph 45,47,246 Warnick, Lloyd 205 Wasikowski, Larry 8,217 Watchorn, Don 20,1 10,271 Waterman, Dennis 43,97,158,217 Waters, William 225 Watson, Joe 205 Watson, Larry 205 Watson, Richard 89,205 Williams, John 205 Williams, Judy 13,4s,13,14:l,157, 206,233 Williams, Kinse 159 Williams, Pamon 206 Williams, Pauline 70,79,156,233 Williams, Phillip 70 Williams, Reggie 110,159 Williams Williams , Sylvester 245 , Terry 20,110,271 Williamson, Lyndall 206,275,286 Traywick, Leland 56,321,322 Treakle, Dlck 84,203 Tremalone, John 233,269 Tremont, John 86,264,275 Trenholm, P. W. 263,264 Trexler, David 203 Trickett, A. Stanley 106,254 Trofholz, Larry 110 Trogdon, Babb 204 Trola, Ree 235 Trout, Judy 204 Trout, Omer 204 True, Ken 204 Truetler, Jane 76 Tucker, Doug 36 Tuin, Peter 204 Turner, Gene R. 247 Turner, George 204 Turner, Terry 82,204 ...Ui Uhl, Robert 96 Ulfers, Sherri 76,77,107 Ullerich, Dean 89 Unger, Randall 96 University Theater 26,27,57,124,125 Upton, Tom 86 Utley, William T. 276,314 Utts, Wllllam 240 Utske, Richard 204 -V1 Vaca, Jerry 245 Vacantl, Lauri 76 Weath erford, Sharon 265 Webb, Charles 53 Webb, Nonna 265 Webb, Robert 205 Webb, Vincent 205 Webel, Jacque 61 Weber, John 97 Weber, Michael 85 Weber low, Susan 266 Weimer, Noel 68,157,286 Wei ss, Wei ss, Weiss, Carl 205 Donald 245 Ellen 70 Welniak, Kathy 70,205,251,281 Weney, Mary Lou 265 Wergin, Kenneth 205 Werne Werne r, George 269 r, Virginia 269 Weskirchen, Rosalia 205 Wesselman, Donald 205 West, William 205 Westbrook, H. G. 205 Weston, James 205 Westphalen, Gary 83 Wetterau, Richard 205 Weyhrich, M. P. 205 Wheat, Thomas 205 Wheeler, Janice 265 Whisman, John 83 White, White, White, White, White, Connie 265 Harry 205,252 Karen 266 Lydia 77,273 Tim 248,264 Williston, Patricia 206 Wills, Howard 206 Wilson, Cece 266 Wilson, Esslo 206 Wilson, lrma 294 Wilson, Judy 269 Wilson, Rich 264 Wilson, Robble 264 Wilson, Ronald 206 Wilson, Samuel 206 Wilson, Sherry 266 Wilson, Sid 206 Wllson, William 206 Wiltse, Ken 79 Windoffer, Robert 206 Winkler, David 206 Winn, Frank 206 Winsor, Mary Sue 70,233 Wittekind, Warren 233,292,296 Woeber, Philip 206,269 Woempner, Stanley 206 Wohlers, Carol 266 Wohlford, Robert 206 Woith, F. 206 Wolff, Judith 53 Woltt, Russ 96,264 Wolfe, Robert 298 Wolfe, Tam 110,271 Wood, Larry 32,233,235 Wood, Vemon 85,436,264 Woodruff, W. L. 274 Woods, Delmar 236 Woods, Kathy 251 Woodward, Ed 146 Woodworth, Bob 74 World Affairs 123 Worm, Chester 206,245 Workhoven, Melanie 273 Worrell, lvan 158 Wortx, Patricia 75,282 Wotherspoon, Wayne 86,96,161, 264 Wozny, Phyllis 255 Wrestling 159 Wright, Gordon 217 Wright, Nancy 266 Wurtx, Conrad 283 Wybenga, Kathy 71,107,233,2S1 .y.. Yates, Elmer 206 Yelkln, Virgil 32,215,270 York, Joyce 273 Young, Doug 110 -1. Zagor, Shari S9,113,171,206,232, 248 Zara, Phllip 206 Zdan, Betty 206 Zedan, Bette 269 Zeitx, Gordon 206 Zellnsky, Lucille 282 Zeta Tau Alpha 76,77 Zettins, John 86 Zerbe, Judi 71,235,251,275 Zieborth, R. A. 261,281 Ziebell, Earl 206 Zimmer, Sue 77 Zimmerman, Dan 14,240 Zingg, John 206 lwart, Larry 245 ' 'Q jfihfvs' -4-LL -. 31 L 2? - V H31 , . . ' -'Q '1 4 x, wk N-Q -1-B ' f QQ, X f "1 1 1 r f fr-'-f"' ,' f - -, wwf, f Q .i-iisrlnf. AR N1 A 41' ' 5 if 5, , ., . ffm WA, . H M ,, .3 s r 1 I f U, vu gn 1 X D., ya. I A .1 ":. agp: M.. 1.4, --5' ,Ln ' . my I :im L ' , .Qu . 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Students concentrate on working toward the C.P.A. examination during undergraduate study. ln the senior year an accounting internship provides on-the-iob training for prospective accountants. Faculty members of the department are R. W. Benecke, assistant professor, Virgil Stone, assistant professor, Clois Coon, assistant professor, William C. Hockett, professor and head ofthe department, and Dean C. W. Helmstadter, professor. I it-525' : A .. N1 -,Ngmw WY .M J-,J 'ff' fi Sag-Page' -Nl '- .. U ' 0 . ' ' o X 1 ' 4 J - Y 4. , g - . ' , i -. W K 1 , ' - Captain Maurice Ray, Commandant of Cadets and Eva Swanson, secretary of the AFROTC Department 1 1 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY: FIRST ROW: Herbert Rhodes Raymond Abel William Applegate Robert Cords Donald Spooner SECOND ROW Robert lakisch, James Keyser, William Edwards Chris Gugas J Douglas Powell James Solomonson George Smallwood Paul Barnes Jerry Cobry. THIRD ROW: William Fleming Charles Heaps Daniel Quinn Rudy Duda Clarke Powers Robert Schleu Dennis Quinn Jeff Ratliff. FOURTH ROW: Ted Samland, Stanley Keast Gerald Hunacek Arthur Mrsterek F Vanacek Carl Anderson Edwin Neel Eddie Powers Donald Faur. ANGELS: FIRST ROW: Sandy Smith, Daisy Meisner, Linda Carrell, Marcia Curran, Nina Suhl, Francee Ernst, Sue Moran. SECOND ROW: Judy McCoy, Lynne Grove, Nancy Lunsford, Linda Flack, Peggy Parden, Ellen Goeser, Pam Smith, Vir- ginia Cole, Shari Zagor. 232 xi? H2 " 'W gre,-'Ps Q ., lf J.g,,f! ggi ,lv ,LQ fn I , f ,f Vfr1'f1?+,v 1' .5 ve. ....- Q... . , , M, . , ,1 SQ I V..mQ,Qs:Qi , 1 is .15 APD, k ff x . ,.,,' 5 , ,M E 4 .V ., I "4' ,1 L., X' ,555 ff " : A- X N HY' .f Wil? . . 'YY T45 -, Q Q Q .f rw vf .QW 1.91 ' ' " fi mink' J .122-alfa: lx, '34 AX Eff l' H59 I 1 V on N 1 N w l , L I A, J I 3 ' if , i TI' fi-tug N- , -"Incl ik: 2111 A X ,....g .1 wlmlwk--'ai 2. ' is S1 :L , 'Y .-A- 175,- xb '13, ' :'1V'ff.,,5 I I-um ' f 4 I I M. ,If 1 v , f ' ' v 1 Sf' Art students involve themselves creatively through courses in life drawing, ceramics, art history, sculpture, printmaking, painting, art education and commercial art. Besides participation in art shows throughout the year, OU artists assist in set construction for theater productions. 'Lil ART CLUB: FIRST ROW: Fred Somers, president, Trudy Shimko, secretary, David Kawami, vice president, Judi Zerbe, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Karen Payne, Joann Kruntorad, Steve Takechi, Dick Gaer, Jerene Leslie, Kathy Mosiman, Linda Moore, Peter Suurvarik. THIRD ROW: Laverne Sila, Marsha Linstrom, Mary Greim, Margaret Grossman, Timothy McDonald, Terri Pospichal, Roseann Rohwer, Sharon Eddy, Marlene Baltzer, Charles McNulty, Lavonne Chapman, Nellie Suduvicius, Larry Wood, Bob Hansen, James Vlcek. FOURTH ROW: Terrence Oshaughnessy, Ree Troia, Robert Walsh, Richard Steiskal, Donald Peers. ,l 4 . -Q 4 f X if 'Q . Q diff .1 Jet- ' iiigff' 11.5- 'hiv "DF: , " -fdiig, . Wm I ' A ,. il. 236 i I 4XH In X - : 'E 5 ' ,f 1 ,,-,,.l,- - ,I Ln. 4 Tai! fi! r v- 7 hi-V X LL!! Lu!" FQ' ' K -'K , "Is, gl?" I ,T I 4 I Q i Q' ' .S-" ir-.3 ,- Lf - 7315! . bd, 1 E ' "isa ns? H , " llliiiiiif 22244 1 155 535153355 ll ll Biology students have the opportunity to become acquainted with the fields of botany, zoology, morphological sciences, physiological sciences, genetics, bacteriology, entomology, ecology and modern developments in the biological sciences. Members of Biology Club are constantly active with field trips, discussions and lectures by guest biologists. sf IOLOGY CLUB: FIRST ROW: Virginia venson, secretary, Ida Creque, Judy 1 fsillgf Williams, president, Brenda Williams. . SECOND ROW: Steele Lunt, Roger , nderson, David Burton, Robert Ulip, will ,ttc t ert Windoffer, Kenton Brooks. THIRD W: Charles Ingham, Robert J. Collins, ice president, LeMoyne Johnson, Eddie owers, Edward Holyoke, Roy Kundel, Verne Riley. ,, .-,Egan , . :M , Q V. Q Z lmwifg b ,, B - M5 N-T, , 1. " wfiw: . W-W ? -fffkvffm' Ez I x, Q. vig' ,Q .1-A Q I QF., ,R +1 ma J 1 , fy' ff J rv- 1 Af A J If 4,"Jf , J 141 J ., J 1 I, , , X infill 9,4117 ff, i . f' 'V X' ,Jfff-f J . 'Sf' K Al 2. ? x W Q' 'b 1 F-' - rf" ., 1 6 . w-mug, 4 3 w 1 l n W I .., .M , .yt 'WL The chemistry department is manned by faculty members Ernest Kemnitz, instructorp Dr. Paul Stageman, associate professorp George Greer, supply room heady Dr. -D. N. Marquardt, professor and head of the departmentp Daniel Sullivan, assistant instructorp Dr. Robert Keppel, assistant professorp Dr. Walter Linstromberg, professor. 1 4-33,4 N2 t. WE ,iq K, ig Y 7,5 . f H H M in Y 15N GAMMA PHI SIGMA: FIRST ROW: D. N. Marquardf, Dan Zimmerman, Nicholas Landin, Joe Sokol, Chuck Will. SECOND ROW: LeMoyne Johnson, Ray Kundel, Judy Eichhorn, Jane! Kroeger, William Ulls. THIRD RCW: Judy Williams, John Berk- heimer, Ralph Morgan, Vinlon Doll, Alberi Swanson, William Bryant. XR E UQTICIN9 ' gvc.,TQJQ u3,jMWNHN3 f qmxTROfUS , V . .,.,. Z, V V. - h S' Wi . ,' V ,EZ E l A .,A, . ' .gi f-,mggw UPHNL, ,'VN ' X A lr , a .... 4 H 'J'-HD, A' 4? In ,SCN tl N 4 X if B ' QQ W - - ,. 111,45 , - 73 .ff rf' ,- f W, ,Q r, G- ' f fi. 3,1,.?? ' :I ' ,M - 21' fl' lf I - ,, g.?:-i.-5 P fl-ff f Q '-X' "I ,. !'- ' 'J ,41fl-- 5 N 1 1' -iff mf f gif- lsr Q 5 -..I ' vi! g.+ , P--- 1,1 Eh- .G " ,Q gawk? T-.F ' gp 9 g . ' ' fr? ' Q A aw Q. A ad X 1. 4. y . . as 2 B . SWE 153 4 , . 45 . lol an , .ax ln .IL AI WEIESIQQII M .ms-uy ,E "'s- Elementary education faculty are Robert Ackerman, assistant professor, Dr. Hollie Bethel, professor and head of the department, Ronald Anderson, assistant professor, Helen Howell, instructor, Betty Beeson, instructor, and Doris Tabor, assistant professor. gra E WF L. The University now provides three engineering degrees -civil, industrial, and general-and two two-year programs. This gives maximum flexibility to those students who may wish to change from one engineering field to another. Members of the engineering department include Col. Anson D. Martson, professor and head of the department, James Hossack, associate professor, Richard Brustkern, assistant professor, Richard Gibson, associate professor, James Brown, professor, William B. LeMar, associate professor, and Cheryl H. Prewett, professor. ,mikz V, in , .. , ..,,..,,. . 1 M 4 fll Ji A i. 535 L g'?2:i5tf 1 Se :fr 1 it sf ,fi w wl- M My :?Ei!fxxwe,5, tm 1 W if ,. Ll ,Fi gf v ' l 'I - ra J W' 'el , H, ,, .:,. . ,., 1 . NH WH 'YM : , U1 'N H ,,.' WPEQQEE: f -xlfyrylli 'img ' sl'- i' Q, , .,.,,, 4: IEA-'--li ' '-Hvwubutug ,, 7535- N343 gl , 'Y-.., xi -s-we-"' Af . , xi. S, :if S- , of , Ma. .nf---i""" l .Las , lsfiiffiwzsf' ,n . X1 71 , Y at I E. 'vs I , it 33 T27 All--, K ' rv Q,-345 I l , , "Y"'lh'.'- T i I The engineering department faculty include Davis, assistant professor, E. E. Kinney, instructor, J. C. Titus, assistant professor, Francis McLean, instructor, Thomas Sires, instructor, and William Harriman, instructor. v f -wi I 0 5, 'T Kal V 4 -9 A f-1: ,,f . Ml' ,4- Q Y , 1fl :lr wLAA1l 245 A-fig 5 H ' sgsgqlf, -. mg,-.Az 'fs ,ag -f 5, ,, U2 W, , A -' ,rs Q I I if is if N.4g!,X,, 1, Q3 K M Jmgaree Z ,ji3"' . 15' Qaffg , E E .' QS ss, 1 at kawvgiav' .42-15 4- , 'EN S, sir N Members of the English Department Include Hedvig Nyholm, associate professor, Dr. Robert Harper, : if .a., '-sk 4 professor, Dr. Ralph Wardle, professor and head of the department, R. L. Lane, assistant professor, G. A. Newklrk, assistant professor, Richard Duggin, instructor, and Marion Brown, associate professor. CV' -".-. 'T L15 2,51 E E: lQ'1'::" Lt 1 4 1,1- - - xr' 3 .1 :va m --.wg I 5 ,Q milf ,Q ,, Q3 A Q . ,E by kv r fniil, V un E ,Q I, I 3. .-.QL71-e75g- '1.' 1 X f . 1 Q , . . . 1'...I.. 1 5: A' - ,1 ., , MU ..-235535, 221 :ci , 155 ,gan --i ff. .L',...f,. ,QM . ij jew 1 f 1-1 v ff Www AX.. ,fx U -Pix ,J 13 X V? . 'Q Y X I .i .- . 2 . 1 5 1 , , -,X, l ps",-E5 Q ,Q-'gqpff idx W. 92 1, bfxf' ff, I v Iv' .Fil .. , 1 .V 1 AH .. .1x,- L, sa.. 1 uw. FQ?" . x 5 K ss 9.3: XX ' "1 .X 9. I E, mga, fwwfigsm in sffwifflfg we is Mx. , L H, f,Qff:12Qs1::,.1 - f SVG!! FEE aw f .if , "ff 5,1 , Jw Q, . Pi 1. 5512-:rf It sf' -2 .n' wig ff, .aQ771'f-3 MSM 93235 C551 safefigifs we w5sQ.gf:1Wf, J ,fa -' H V x .2 1 22: x-., 4 417' Assistant instructors of the English Department are Carol Ann Erickson, Salatha Ford, and Nancy Samuelson. The Grain of Sand is a literary publication which features creative writing by Omaha area students. Students on the Grain of Sand selection board are Roberta Hargrove, Wray Crabill, Greg Dunning, chairman: Susan Krogh and Norman DeLance. THE CLUB: FIRST ROW: Greg Dunning, vice-president: Roberta Hargrove, president: Thomas P. Walsh, advisor: Mary Jo Luther, secretary. SECOND ROW: Shari Zagor, Susan Krogh, Sally Shepard, Diane Miller, Jean Dayton, Nancy Lunsford, Linda Cummings, Claudia Chorley. THIRD ROW: Christie Jensen, Maureen Smith, Thomas Strange, Howard Martin, Richard Baines, Lawrence Kenny, Tim White, Paul Buckalew. FOURTH ROW: Thomas Doubek, Ray Curran, Wray Crabill, Michael Ward. Q X 7 Nw - X x 1' gQ,,.,, v X s , 'N I XF 1 1 y 1 f I X an I I - X i 1.. df ff.: - Q i 4 .. .A.v,A .1 . Y .' -.3 . I , ,fvylf ,VZ ,,:, L L., X iq! ' gh- f E 1 ,mmmzm . .. ,M y 1 f F fill' "Qi 19' a Q A' f.. '.- 1 x5 , .J- i . 'ull M" '--. : . - I' xy M i W E , 5 . -gulf' G- A 1 ,IV QW- 1 ,Q I xlgx -'-'--'erase'-n '--'- wah- - -.WVR im Other instructors in the Foreign Language Depart- ment include Anne Smith, assistant instructor, and Amadeo Nazario, assistant instructor GERMAN CLUB: FIRST ROW: Hilde Walter, treasurer, Rolf Suurvarik, vice-president, Peter Rheincordt, president, Sigricl Kerst, secretary: Marianne Nueller, publicity chairman. SECOND ROW: M. A. Moore, faculty advisor, Robert Hilt, Dan McGlynn, Grace Rowoldt, Harry Mueller, Karen Sund, Hartsill Burchfield, lou Mehrer, Ed Klosterman, Jerry Cobrey. ' x I J" E, Q f' .. .A. ,A F-4 . . 4 2 f, a 3i:?F' '5 I, jj'-:'f ' I ffifffi'-"Q 1.7g-,:,,,.g:',-A f 11' . -, 4' .- - 4 'Fl-,Q 54' K Mfr v 1, uhv mggwe ik- -lk V A . ,nxt tl . . 1. A --HZ., , , M in E EMS. 3 . , .NVQ W ,I EA . ng, 'BH' 1' , - 3 ., .' Q , 1 I' WU.-', -gf mili A ii f 1w f"'-fm W X 5 .usage HH iw. '5s '5? EX -2:5 Q Ie. 1 A 6 Wi., ,ag Sw? x,' 555 ' gif fa if " Q4 Q-675' '-Q, J' X. ,X Q 1 1?-R.. I R W K- -I I iv - aw ?v ff-45 A Q Qi- W A ' - V 4' fr 5f '3- -1 , ff 5 - Q :Q - l . -: . , E Fa! , 91 - R R W ' I 'M r ?': 23 ' " zizii' Q s :.: .--:f ff-fzi' A .Vg H 1,6 lnzn I' I ,6?.i,l, 4-W ,V A 1 iss! - -I M 4 . . QV, , ' 2 H '. A rf! . 4 ' -. , I , S if . f GAMMA THETA UPSILON: FIRST ROW: Charles Rainey, president, Dr. Philip Vogel, faculty advisor, William Todd, secretary-treasurer. SECOND ROW: Arthur Rhoads, Nicholas Bariss, faculty advisory Philip Atkins, Wllliam Fritts, Armand Parker. THIRD ROW: Clifford Lyons, Stephen 0'Brien, Harry White, Peter Kempf, Gail Oberg, William Jones. vmsn u si xv nr 'lllt' womb n- .y--. 4- 3 l I I V l l i -5 --- f-.- f - lit xv. X I em- ,. is 'W gf . 5' ll' 1 ,W . .1 Q W' 'T 'Q nw' 1 ag' Q w- -so - . .. as - l-Z , M- T A4 T ' 2 , - L - QW ew," X, lk' D fl he we if A 252 L, Ji K , rf Heading the Geography Department is Dr. Gordon Schilz, professor, aided by Nicholas Bariss, assistant professor, Dr. P. E. Vogel, associate professor, and C. R. Gildersleeve, instructor. se ' ess- , gssfis gs, iw Hifi? 23112 , 1, ,sf in it U' 2, it i- mal-3 sms. . W, ,. 3:23:25 M .X fs . .sf ,W ' 7, H s. t-A 4. 1 X I. 1" - ' mf? s ,ld G. , 1. ' A Heading Graduate Studies is Dean George Rachford, professor. Other department members are Dr. Kenneth Burkholder, professor, Dean Frank Gorman, professor, Dean Don Pflasterer, associate professor, Dr. Charles Harkness, assistant professor, Dr. James Scriven, assistant professor, Dean Kirk Naylor, professor, and Dr. Gale Oleson, associate professor. :1 1 A Y '21 Y L V ",.,, , H szlss, ,., V ' rtlmsgxsimi ir' A dere- -e E N f l History repeats itself each semester with more than 70 courses offered by the department. The offices of History Department faculty members were moved last fall from the Adminis- tration Building to the Applied Arts Building. The faculty includes Dr. A. Stanley Trickett, professor and head of the department, Dr. Frederick Adrian, professor, Dr. Albert Hill, associate professor, Dr. Paul Beck, associate professor, Dr. Roy Robbins, professor, Harl Dalstrom, assistant professor. .. 1 ,.. As.,-L 1. Areas of concentration in home economics include foods and nutrition, clothing and design and general home economics. Home economics faculty are Margaret Killian, professor and head of the department, and Carolyn Kundel, assistant professor. mg... lg, -rr' , M13 5 .4 u ' ll ri' 4 .5 A' 2 ' I , l . if ' '9?f5Yj.: ,? " a!f'f ! 5 5-HES!" 2' , me t l l fri ...II fcntl HOME EC CLUB: FIRST ROW: Phyllis Wozny, Janet Hatfield, Jeri Klingforth, Marleen Stevens. SECOND DOW Carole Buntz, Francee Reideman, Elaine Shuman, Put Blackman, Pat McFarland, Diane Ruge. THIRD ROW Carolyn Kundel, advisory Geraldine Lund, Eileen Reed, Ruth Meyers, Delores Frentrop Ert Gum, assistant professor, and Donald Drapeau, instructor, are members of the history department. 255 The Insurance Department is headed by Dr. Willis P. Rokes, professor. Heading the Management Depart- ment is Dr. Jack A. Hull, professor. Assisting them are Francis S. Kelly, assistant professor, and M. G. Newport, assistant professor. Members ofthe Journalism Department include Paul V. Peterson, head of the department and associate professor, Robert McGranahan, associate professor, Kenneth Fielding, instructor, and Warren Wittekind, instructor. ., N A , -f. radii'-A N l l hmm, f5fUEwl'WM5F1 xl m'l' 'bitu 3:Ev:E::..:., ,Wu w -L, ,R ,. , - 62" 51a Fw . MJ' X .U V f. 'ff flgflk' me -'PE G ' ' . , ,,, , ?ki, gig : if 3. 'V s l fgggliff ag if . 4- 0 -4 , , .V Q 'Zi '. ft' 1117-'faessan ,xi-1 af: 1 Q ,f 41 .5, R -sw F W f F s 1 ,KJV Q tum, W i J 'F' 5 e J 1.251 ' . 'fg' if L. fi! M. 1,-fgggv , 'QI Uv - ' I yr 1, -3 mg - W it ' l ff'a:i5a5.,. 313' I ' a f H' S? 1 1 , I! .vw ui-. :. 1-- ff ,, ,f t Ji , .. :If 1'!:,,..A, , 1 QQ., -1 .i W x l C ww - Siu, Q., wx EV, 5. n D up L L-,.,,,- . 65' PRESS CLUB: FIRST ROW: Palli Molson, JoAnne Bishop, Marilyn Higgs, Chef McCarthy, Diane Berry. SECOND ROW: Livi Bergman, Debbie Pelowski, Kathy Vail, Ellen Goeser, Lorraine Jansky, Diane Cade, Lee Forsberg, Sheri Hronek, John Weber, Bob Erxleben, Dan Novolny. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Miller, Rosemary Riepe, Paul Henderson, Fran Campbell, Linda Priesman, Barb Brown, Jim Cowman. FOURTH ROW: Jim Mone, Leo Meidlinger, Jim Gember, Larry Porter, Denny Walerman, Roger Prai, Mike Moran, Ken McEwen, Dick Smilh. 259 .Z wa, skim' ,.-1. sfzfg? '- '-T53 ,v,,. H c FJ -SY' 74 L ,. .-H E . .f l x, 1' -r 1 Tvi, 345, Av- M : Y' L - g 1 . 1 -' - The Library Science Department is headed by Ellen Lord, professor and librarian. Marion McCaulley and Raymond B. Means serve as associate professors. L... The Mathematics Department is headed by Dr. H. L. Hunzeker, associate professor. Others in the department are Harry L. Rice, associate professor, W. E. Walden, associate professor, R. A. Ziebarth, assistant professor, Benjamin Stern, assistant professor, and Brian Gfeller, instructor. The computer center installed this year has assisted all areas of the University with the IBM 1620. The computer was installed to better orientate students with equipment used by many firms. It is also being used for faculty and student research papers. fi A L1 ?,q+lf.'fL, f f ,,' The Music Department is under the direction of James Peterson, professor, assisted by Jack Malik, assistant professor, Kermit Peters, assistant professor, John Miller, associate professor, Raymond Trenholm, associate professor, and Clarke Mullen, assistant professor. 26 MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE: FIRST ROW: Mary Sutton, Rosalie Thomas, Nellie Sudavicius, Robbie Wilson, Mary Kay Menze, Sheri Humphrey. SECOND ROW: Tim White, Richard Cantwell, Wayne Wotherspoon, Richard Wilson, Gerald Knight, George Thompson, R. W. Trenholm, sponsor. Officers pictured are Richard Cantwell, vice-president: David Busch, president, and Diane Mahoney, secretary. 'X' 1 , 'o -1' ' - F-.9 sr' PHI MU ALPHA: FIRST ROW: Dennis Giles, secretary, Jim Kaspar, vice-president, Chris Arps, Rick Switzer, Jim Heflinger, Gary Sherman, Bill Michalenko. SECOND ROW: Dan McGlynn, LeMoyne Johnson, Rick Mahan, Jim Brown. THIRD ROW: Russ Wolfe, John Tremont, Charles Bercaw, Vernon Wood, president: Jim Sheppard, treasurer. DELTA OMICRON: FIRST ROW: Joyce Borland, 2nd vice president: Mary Kay Menze, lst vice president: Diane Mahoney, president: Sharon Evans, secretary, Mary Sutton, director of music. SECOND ROW: Sally Jo Jerome, advisor: Rosalie Thomas, Nellie Sudavicius, Nancy Lunsford, Billie Poulson, Judy Anderson, Jana Doxon, Marleen McGuire, Ruth Helligso, treasurer. 264 5 -1 - METHODIST HOSPITAL: FIRST ROW: Helen Henderson, Barb Vinton, Karen Everingham, Diana Lichtonfeld, Jo Karen Strobel, Connie White, Janie Wheeler, Marilyn Smith, Linda Morris, Maggie Schwartz. SECOND ROW: Carol Varela, Nancy Hendrix, Diane Miller, Sharon Thomazin, Connie Pennington, Pam Schull, Connie Sierik, Bobble Kinnan, Paula Caddy. THIRD ROW: Carol Varela, Lynn Bokelmann, Vicki VanMetre, Norma Webb, Mary Lou Weney, Jan Cecil, Edith Larsen. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Weatherford, Merlyn Sanderson, Jeanne Edmondson, Barb Clausen, Judy Jones, Betty Bunch, Lee Ellen Tibbits, Ellen Stinemates, Judy Synovet, Beth Hltz, Jill Ingham. FIFTH ROW: Sharon Mler, Sharon hristensen, Janice Hriks, Nancy Falk, Lois McKee, Sandy Smith, Monte Clines, Janet Anderson, Carrie Anderson, Joyce Avery. SIXTH ROW: Vicki Fitzpatrick, Jan Reeves, Mary Baker, Mary Hamm, Dee Ann Reynolds, Arlene Brown. SEVENTH ROW: Scott Gray, Jim Brush, Ron Boume, Gary Mclntyre, Jane Johnson, Lynda Lucy. Director of Nursing is Dorothy Patach, assistant professor, aided by instructors Ernest Kemnitz and Margery Turner. Q31 265 ii ii M ' if f 53 r. 5 . i ff 'V X L 1 ' .L f , fi ,I LN A my fu -. xl f - 1 U! xx X " A Ni. , Sa . , . N ,Y .. A , , . K . ,,. ,pr nr. .1 I, 0 c "iii v 1 2 1 W "K+ 1 . 'V -1' my .. 3, . 145 ff'-Q F x' ' , I S j I ,. 5 . x Q., x , ,Lf J 'iL:f -fa- eq I ' . -f' K4 ' '.'. L-W .Q -, fs' . + fa'-Q - 9? , I QL , , -1 5 or ,B ff. . 1 ,g 1. ' Q. I1-1 , 9 'wfffg -fiwp, l 1 YE 1-'A ,J 'E w . ff 'if : "'f'Y V Kiev - QQ, 1 "YQ C ' . --in vi .5 -. kai: V - - ' ' fx ' 'Q--'w'-' 'A .' I - A 'ld l - 3.1 -'U1 " if ! I f 5 1 ,A . 'A 4, 4. -.4 - l 1 O 1:1 I I' M ' . ' R if I ' 1 1 31 f' ' r F s L 1 . A-J - ff-1 '42 di' .. .-.-...kt " M4 1- . -1 , A. ,gn-35-. 55 .i' Ina ,L nv ,, .v,. . ' Qifgflf .TL 7 ., 2 69 I 5 'HYYW fs , 'I ,ll ' .L f , U' I-' 'l-.-P Philosophy informs the imagination through ideas concerning the nature of man and the reliability of knowledge. Related to philosophy and the study of man are the religion courses including the Old and New Testaments, comparative religions and ethics. Members of the Philosophy and Religion Department are Dr. Clifford Anderberg, associate professor and head of the department, Dr. Robert Baird, assistant professor, and T. H. Bikson, instructor. E745 - N - -.......,,...- ff -K, ' ,..... M 26 7 CANTERBURY CLUB: F I R S T ROW: Jean Dayton, secretary- treasurerp Mary Meyers, Dean DeFord, Diana Parker, Olive Graham, Mary Smestad, Doro- thy Adams. SECOND ROW: Ron Henderson, The Very Rev- erend Robert Hewitt, Robert Bee, president, Dr. W. C. B. Lambert, Howard Martin. 268 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANI- ZATION: FIRST ROW: Rita Sorum, Carol Rine. SECOND ROW: Warren Wittekind, Mike Napier, Lonnie Bucy, Ken Young. Volunteering three hours of his time two days a week, the Rev. Leonard Barry is available to University students for guidance and consultation. NEWMAN CLUB: FIRST ROW: Rev. Gerald Noonan, chaplain, Virginia Werner, corresponding secretary: Gerald Pesek, vice-president, Alice Hewitt, president, John Aresta, treasurer, Dr. John Newton, faculty sponsor. SECOND ROW: Jan Dalqleish, Janet Blair, Bette Zedan, Patsy McElroy, Mary Runge, Karen Irwin, Anne Kochanowicz, Judy Wilson, Kathy Orr. THIRD ROW: Jock Filipowski, Cheri Rotert, P. C. Pesek, George Werner, Don Kisick, John Trenolone, Joe Phipps, Mary Jo Everhart, JoAnn Stangl, Lauren Casey, Joe Rewolinski, Bob Everhart, Eddy Klosterman, Eugene Kathol, George Ryck, Larry Lindberg, Philip Woeber, Darrell Seidler. E A M? 'I 1--k Vg 26 9 1 ,---Q 4' -ii N -L is ' if , , V W X .LV 7 F- . Q Sli tb ' , 1"',' , c vi f i. gr? . 'fliiittfll vw nu nv , PQ' " fs T f 322,12-r f 7 ' 263 V. 70 The Physical Education Department for men is headed if-i-sf s-'Q4 'I , gg? ,, , by Virgil Yelkin, associate professor. Assisting hum ggfgyiai 2 UF IUMA -4 are Russell Gorman, assistant professor, Ernest Gorr, f 231: JJ assistant professor, Don Benning, instructor, James Borsheim, instructor, Al Caniglia, instructor, and Lloyd Cardwell, instructor. fylfl LS! ,avg '?L Ox 1 ,lkx S fxl Other P.E. instructors are Kenneth Fischer, Bert Kurth, Donald Watchorn, and Carl Myers, assistant instructor. "0" CLUB: FIRST ROW: Dr. Francis Hurst, Bill Miller, Charles Myers, Ed Neel, Pat Giddings, Dennis Ondilla, Loren Drum, president, Jerry Shook, Don Watchorn. SECOND ROW: Terry Williams, Warren Lenl, Cal McGruder, Harold Lenz, Sam Singleton, Max Kurz, Dick Osterhaus, Marlin Briscoe, Jim Fuxa. THIRD ROW: Lewis Garrison, Charles Perrigo, Tom Wolff, secretary, Jim Jones, Larry Villnow, Mike DiBiase, Terry Edwards, Ken Netwig. ""'l Instructors of the Women's Physical Education Depart- ment are Connie Claussen, head of the department, Dian Peterson, instructor, and Karen Mullin, assistant instructor. 272 WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION: FIRST ROW: Kathy Fry, Pam Smith, Dotti Brian, Teddy Backstrom, Charleen Kahre. SECOND ROW: Connie Claussen, advisor, Barb Filipowicz, Joan Edwards, Dorothy Boles, Betty Bluvas, Pam Steinert, Marleen Stark, Kathy McGuire. ORCHESIS: FIRST ROW: Sheri Humphrey, Joyce York, Dottie Brian, Jeannie Timmerman. SECOND ROW: Lydia White, Pat Ratti, Daryl Taylor, Linda Gould, Cinda Scholz, Karen Sedoris, Sharon Donnermeyer. THIRD ROW: Arnold Smith, Priscilla Wilkins, Melanie Workhoven, Marii Holmquist, Nanci Morris, Kathy Broad, Diann Peterson. 273 .a'- OM- .A 4 45.3 5,- 11+ 1,qA 2 ! . Y 1 , QQ: AYTHK ta X W Lf YOUNG REPUBLICANS: FIRST ROW: John Tremont, Nancy Schneiderwind, Cathi Murphy, secretawp Carl Anderson, chairman, Steve Boguchwal, vice chairman, Carolyn Williams, treasurer, Judy Zerbe. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Goodlow, Kathy Fry, Lyndall Williamson, Howard Marlin, Grace Rowaldt, Jerry Cobry. INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS: FIRST ROW: William Beck, sec- retary, Larry Hicks, vice chairman, John Deinozka, chairman, Mary Ellen Isvik, trea- surer. SECOND ROW: Keith Jones, Professor John G. McMillan, Jerry Cobry, Robert Friedman, Tom Evans, William Schonlan, Bruce Bittberner, Robert Schmidt, faculty advisor. 275 Political science is concerned with the preparation of the student as citizen. The Political Science Department includes William T. Utley, professor and head of the department, Dr. W. C. B. Lambert, professor, Richard Marvel, assistant professor, Dr. H. W. Reynolds, associate professor, and Dr. O. E. Menard, assistant professor. Members of the Department of Psychology are Richard Nicholson, assistant professor and director of the Bureau of Industrial Testing and Counseling, Gordon Hansen, assistant instructor, Francis Hurst, professor, D. T. Pedrini, associate professor, William Jaynes, professor and head of the department, John Newton, associate professor, and Richard Wikoff, instructor. Students may enroll in a variety of programs in business administration-the real estate program, headed by C. Glen Lewis, professor, the marketing department, headed by Dr. Charles Bull, professor, and the general business program with Dr. William Brown, associate professor, teaching. 1 If , , '1-fi it -'f mx: , , 7- -- Y ,l..... ..,. ,ct i.,- , I . i I I I .. m.,, , It .. : I ii I 1 RHO EPSILON: FIRST ROW: John DiMari, vice-president, Roxy Maher, Dennis Bond, president, Richard Moore, Rolland Johnson SECOND ROW: Dr. C. Glen Lewis, Joe Thornton, Richard E. Moore, treasurer, Ken Riedeman, Dan Bockelmann, Miko Biggerstaff John Maher, Alfred Kennedy, Arthur Sikes. 'U QX The reading clinic, designed to help students strengthen reading skills, is headed by Donald C. Cushenbery, associate professor. Assisting Dr. Cushenbery is Sigrid Schakat, instructor. NL..- 27 4 ll l l The Business Administration faculty Includes Verda Rauch, assistant professor, Dr. Leonard Prestwich, professor and head of the department of Retailing, and Leta Holley, professor and .gl head of Secretarial Science. L'-S Jan Thompson Outstanding Junior 280 PHI CHI THETA: FIRST ROW: Karen Carlson, recording secretary, Louise Michiletto, treasurer, Joyce Dusek, president, Ellen Mitchell, vice president, Carole Rorebeck, corresponding secretary SECOND ROW: William C. Hackett, Margaret Pentzien, Connie Remkus, Dean John Lucas, Linda Wallin, historian, Jan Craig, Dr. Leta Holley, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Loshbaugh, Verda Rauch, Valene Dolinsky. Heading the Department of Secondary Education is Dr. Paul Kennedy, professor, assisted by Dr. G. Wayne Glidden, assistant professor, Dr. R. O'Reilly, associate professor, Dr. R. Ziebarth, assistant professor, E. J. Sadler, instructor, and P. B. Ackerson, assistant professor. KAPPA DELTA Pl: FIRST ROW: Dianne Stohlmann, Doris Tabor, faculty advisor, Gail Enquist, Barbara Keast, LaDonna Johnson, Joyce Szemplen- ski. SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Newcomer, Kathy Harmon, Julie Iverson, Sally Sheppard, Phyllis Faasse, Linda Richards, Ruby McConkle, Kathy Welniak. THIRD ROW: Ruth Everman, Louise Foster, Mary Johnson, Sharon Evans, Kathy McGuire, Flo Evers, Patricia Carey, Pat Karre. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Hahn, Nancy Lungsford, Dorothy Patach, faculty advisor, Dorothy Brian, Carolyn Kundel, faculty advisor, Dorothy Kundel, Mary Haynie, Beulah Goggins, Mary Johnson, Lou Mehrer. 281 ' V' ff if ' .11 -, , A K The Sociology Department includes Dr. George Helling, head of the department and associate professor, V. J. Kroeger, associate professor, Gaylon Kuchel, associate professor, Philip H. Vogt, associate professor, and John A. Ballweg, instructor. ALPHA KAPPA DELTA: FIRST ROW: John A. Ballweg, faculty advisor, Terence Hays, treasurer, Richard Hughes, president, LeRoy Dyer, vice-president: Patricia Vaughan, secretary, George Helling. SECOND ROW: Ordelle Schmidt, Delores Hurlburt, Jack Moore, Dave Oliver, Pot Wortz, Margaret Emsminger, Linda Boone, Sue Nelson, Virgil Kroeger, Lucille Zelinsky, Dorothy Sheridan, Helen Gulsted. THIRD ROW: Alfred Clarke, Carl Ross, William Davis, Gaylon Kuchel, Philip Vogt, Gardner Rogers, John Gerry, Hugh Matheson. f fi . - . f +, The Special Education Department offers preparation for teaching the acoustically handicapped, the speech handicapped and the mentally retarded. The child study service combines the facilities found in an educational and psychological clinic, with provisions for special investigations, consultations and demonstrations. Faculty includes Erwin B. Montgomery, assistant professor, Donald C. Cushenbery, associate professor and head of the reading clinic, W. J. Beaupre, professor, director of speech therapy and head of the department, Loren Staats, assistant professor, and Conrad Wurtz, associate professor. l - ,fi -1 H 3 , I A l t I . l KT W, if Students of speech may maior in general speech, public address, theatre, radio-tv, or speech education. Faculty members of the speech depart- ment include Elizabeth Hill, associate professor, Paul Borge, assistant professor, Warren Gore, assistant professor, J. J. Onder, instructor, Dr. Edwin Clark, professor and director ofthe University Theatre, A. K. Longacre, instructor, and Dwayne Aschenbrenner, instructor. 284 .. fx 219 . YB' ALPHA PSI OMEGA: FIRST ROW: Ernie Carriere, Cheryl Shields, Alice Hewitt, Carole Abernathy, Merle Reiff, Bob Crewdson. SECOND ROW: Bob Larson, Jana Doxon, Russ Mullins, Nancy Schneiderwind, Gary Schommer, S-.4 Ln. - -?.., 'l.,Q l Other members of the speech department are Dudley Sauve, instructor, Virgil Sharpe, instructor, Joe Horvath, radio-tv technician, George Ragan, assistant instructor, Bert Miller, assistant instructor, Joanne Minarcini, assistant instructor, and Gary Schommer, instructor. -.mar A A5 PI KAPPA DELTA FIRST ROW Karen Carstensen John Huebert Duane Aschenbrenner advisor Stephen Boguchwal Janet Voelte. SECOND ROW: Eddie Chambers, Emy Becske Kathy Murphy Paul Maye DeReef Greene Mary Jo Brandt Chuck Eckels THIRD ROW Ray Leomaur Dennis Adams, James Foral, Noel Weimer, Harry UNIVERSITY PLAYERS: FIRST ROW: John Povilaitis, president, Nancy Schneiderwind, serretaryy Ira Raynick, historian, Gregg Loso, vice-president. SECOND ROW: Susan Bahringer, Angel Berry, Elizabeth Melcher, Maureen Bordon, Gary Morey. THIRD ROW: Allan Longacre, advisor, Leslie Epstein, Linda Magzamin, Linda Logan, Kathy Brady, Loren Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Frank Panebianco, Jim Kemplin, Jim Phillips, Gary Johnson, Bob Lane, Gary Schommer, advisor. "Each entering freshman should be placed in the University Studies program. There they would receive help from the University in making up their minds." This is the belief of Dr. Charles Harkness, head of the University Studies Division. The infant program at OU is designed to help new students decide their future through extensive guidance and counseling. Other counselors for the program are R. R. Butler, instructorp and Phyllis Miller, assistant instructor. J d 2 1 H -gi -T i- 'F-'Q 5-5 , , Q 123 vt , ., .V w v f me ., N-. -'P 'S pr N , az . 4 - - A -.IPL N 'hh' Q' un' ,, . 'a .',,z - f' 22- in 77 A' -W L T ""fg"'7QE-ff ..-L 4--Y ' A , ' ws- ' 7 " M ' ff'-f' fri- A 7 f 'A'- , ,L , Tiff" ,, . fi 1 V 1.11 rf mf 1"l2?i"' , ,, ! F ina? 1 .E I . A . V ? Y N p 1 , 2' L 6 Q Q t H' V lbw: OAPL51 Q1 2Zi Mjlwm ff. 'x - Em M f 1 , AE H I A I Qi ilu' f H mv.. , Er uw Q . N 551 JW Z 552 H, H32 5: H 9 E5 ' ' '32 ,Q My in if , H , ,uu,"ffH'li?fgE2vf?'K W: Sn NQLWV Q5 ni E u ' M l L 1 Q A My K- Y 1 dw mm m - A -N Lfsmx. wg.: X- mfsz-fsmxfsz in ss, W v n. :rg E':' Nu uw cM m KWH W. QAM, , QQQE fa E 7 V11 Y x 511511 wfmgyg ,Q:11 as . ffgggg, 1 N M.. wH..m ,W"' V' W m u 3, . - 11 as 4 ,E, is ma., ,,,:,,, ' S'g""'l . vnu... 13,1 5 A 90 The Admissions Office is directed by James A. Scriven. The ad- mission of all new students and the re-admission of former students must come through this office. Registration is handled in the Administration Building by the Registrar's Office. Virgil Sharpe is head. Q?- ,5 f .lk Under the direction of Ronald Pullen, the Audio- Visual Department provides service for the faculty and students through distribution and evaluation of audio-visual material and equip- ment. Other employees of the office are Ervan D. Heinz, Delores Ericson and Mrs. Metta Marr. will IIIII -4 I -F f"'X Nr. The Alumni Association plans the Homecoming Dinner Dance, Awards Banquet and the Spring Fund Drive. Gordon Severa serves as president of the Association. Executive secretary, Warren O. Whittekind, is assisted in the Alumni Office by Mrs. Margaret Bush. ALUMNI BOARD: FIRST ROW: Mrs. Richard Alberti, Thresa Clark. SECOND ROW: Warren O. Wittekind, AI Thomsen, Gordon Severa, president, Mrs. LeRoy Damhoff, John A. Jeter, Joe H. Baker, Robert C. Schropp. 42 gn. 5 'i' F? -.., 5 -'If""" 1 iwniq 5' 'riot A L 1-M Q... K 4 k ' --A -,ybzww 13 A9 5 ...H Us 'WM' J' ""1 3... T mf' - -r ,KY kiatfx ! The Gene Eppley Conference Center is directed by Thomas Moore. The center provides continuing education services for adults of the community. A variety of conferences, institutes and short term courses are held. The office secretary is Mrs. Donna Olson. 4 OU students spend many hours in the library preparing for tests and term papers. But they know howto have fun . . . spending much of their time doing the Watusi, the Frug and the Monkey. w ' '13 uv' ff? . -x A 53 uf-3-2 1 Y fi? Y-e YI mn 1 . E I ,La STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE: FIRST ROW: Connie Claussen, Carolyn Kundel, Elizabeth Hill, Thelma Engle. SECOND ROW: Col. Emilio Ratti, Edwin Clark, Ivan Christiansen, Donald Pflasterer, chairman, Warren Wittekind, William Gerbracht, Bert Kurth. The Student Activities Committee helps to plan and supervise the many activities on campus The committee IS made up of faculty members who meet once a month Director of student activities is William Gerbra cht I ref ll 7 ll ll I The biggest task of the Business Department is handling money. Every penny that is paid to the University, from traffic tickets to tuition, is processed under the supervision of Harold Keefover, head of the department. He is assisted by Mrs. Velma Titzell, cashier. Keefover is also the controller. Mrs. Dorothy Wille, personnel supervisor, died January 4, 1965. Academic Testing and Counseling provides i0'0i00il advice and guidance to all students with doubts about their college program and future. Under the supervision of Dr. Gayle Oleson, the program also tests new students and freshmen preparing to enter the University. 1? 9. A, nf C? of 297 -.M S'-PEE' ik! HU .' in 'Hi' V ,rpg I -.ig 2,13 I' ,FJ fif'.-5-'V 1 fig- fvi The Accounting Department is a part of the Business office located in the Administration building. The department is headed by LeRoy Kozeny. He is assisted by Roger Hildreth and Robert Wolfe, pictured left. H85 cg! u L, 'I L gf .5 ,Q 35 ox -X44 ' 4 ii-il Ml , ,WJ -rf f N 3 Xff' ..!' .,, , . 1-'MPT 2.591 A gf, "l , A Jfiiij Director of Food Services is Mrs. Carol Lee Graham. This essential department provides well- balanced and efficiently planned meals for all students and personnel. Mrs. Boylan is the production assistant. Above are cashiers Mrs. Eva Bruner and Lillian Stevens, head cashier. ,N mai. Qu 3 - - Yes R. , fa a .Elia-Q ,E.,, I 'fl K . Informing citizens about campus events, both social and business, through news releases and photographs to the various Omaha-area media is the iob of the General Printing and Information office. Under the direction of Robert McGranahan, the office employs Carolyn Richmond, McGranahan's assistant, and Norm Taylor, who furnishes the media with statistics and facts concerning 0U'S intercollegiate teams. Q - H 2 ZEN, w w 1' it HXe?"91??w' Q ll lv' Q--5 V',,w5s37w' .sw In kiln-nup....s,.. 'Gil Sf' at? EY' 4,,.,.qf"' M664 The Bureau of Industrial Testing and Institutional Research is devoted to the administration of tests and attitude surveys for Omaha's industries and institutions. The bureau operates under the direction of Richard Nicholson, assistant professor of psychology. He is assisted by his secretary, Mrs. Kay Wallace. w 1 l fr The Information Office aids students and visitors who are unfamiliar with the University's layout and policies. Managing the office on the first floor of the Administration building is Mrs. Lucille Brawner. INTRAMURAL COMMITTEE: Capt. LeRoy Holtz, Bert Kurth, chairman, Dian Peterson and Ivan Christiansen. if . lv x rv!! The Intramural Program provides OU men with an opportunity for sports participation throughout the year. Supervised by Bert Kurth and his com- mittee, the program includes track, tennis, golf, softball, football, archery, basketball, wrestling and volleyball. 4 The PBX is the center of campus communi- cations. Head of the department is Mrs. Corrada Huntington. The financial side of the many student activities is handled by Student Activities Business Manager Ivan Christiansen. He is in charge of bringing enter- f tainment to the campus and also handles ticket sales. 1 ,wg IK I mg LIBRARY STAFF: Miss Ellen Lord, head librarianp Ray Means, Vern Haselwood, Miss Ella Dougherty, M. R. W Y Q McCaulIey, Miss Nila Corkill. QD., ees: ' l Our -i, aaa, .Je L 7-2232 ig:-tix 1..,..,.w,.., V . V x qu . ., 'ii r 'Url xx 4 X., ' X xx f 4 -i. .I I. A 1' ...af s,,u 'ia Keeping walks shoveled, parking meters repaired and the buildings spruced up is the job of the Physical Plant. Clarence Lefler is the head of the department. 06 up ln charge of all buying for the University is the Purchasing Department, headed by Jim Ochsner. Assisting him are Mrs. Shirley Jesperson, Mrs. Ruby Hoag is director of the University Post Office which handles all incoming and outgoing mail. Her assistants are Tom Toth, Ray Harris and Duane Alff. Naomi Brochtrup and Joe Pecha. 36.15 I xx l , , l l l l if - 5 fl tA,.f 1 -4 The Student Center personnel aids the smooth operations of the Student Center. The information booth on the first floor of the Center is kept busy throughout the day with checking out pool tables, bowling alleys and cards. Watching over the OUampi room, cafeteria and other areas of the Center is also a task of the personnel that insures pleasant surroundings for the students and faculty. .'!,4l3""' - The Student Health provides emergency medical treatment for ' students, faculty and staff. The responsibilities of the office belong to registered nurse, Ruth Eichhorn, who is on campus full time. G. M. McCardle, M.D., is on campus two days a week. The Stenographic Bureau produces all of the University's printed matter -from class schedules to final exams. The director is John Pearson. He is assisted by Dorothy Nimrod. 33 1 l .5 ' Q, l ' "X V 4 1 S . . ll ' 4 K r 1 0 I '., 0 . sz ly l rv A f vga I is W l lf if a if . l ar ' - L ' l, The Student Personnel office is available to the student who seeks counseling, information or must pay traffic tickets. Donald Pflasterer is the dean of student personnel. He is assisted by Elizabeth Hill, associate dean of student personnel. I The Student Personnel Deans have two office locations. Department secretaries in the Administration building office are Mrs. Eunice Rowlands and Mrs. Beth Roberts. Mrs. Ruth Olson and Mrs. Arlene Stanley are the office secretaries in the Milo Bail Student Center. xy- - 'T pl .fi x .,,r-af-77 309 if M' "7 6. 'fr H., ' 71- Students looking for part time iobs are frequent visitors of the Student Placement Office. Mrs. Yvonne Harsh, assistant instructor of teacher education, heads the office. She is assisted by Mrs. Lenore Plymate. Making policy and financial decisions for the GATEWAY and TOMAHAWK is the main iob of the Boar of Student Publications. The Boar is also responsible for selecting the editors of these two publications. BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS: FIRST ROW: Robert McGranahan, Ginny Bohaty, Mrs. Marion Brown, chairman, Sheri Hronek, Paul Peterson. SECOND ROW: Dean Kirk Naylor, Dick Smith, Ivan Christiansen, Chet McCarthy, Dean Donald Pflasterer, Philip Vogt. 310 F1 PDWER SUPPLY Future technicians receive expert instruction from the University's new Technical Institute. Main emphasis is on better preparing students to earn a living. Both a two-year credit program and a non-credit program are offered. Fields of study include construction engineering technology, drafting and design engineering technology, and electronics engineering technology. During the summer, students will gain practical experience by working in their specialty. Technical Institute Director is Edwin Kinney. 3 'rvfyflr' , f '51 X 1' 1 t Yarn' 1 QA " QR A . University Hostess Thelma Engle works throughout the year helping to organize activities and social events. One of her most important duties is planning the numerous teas and receptions that are held on campus. She also serves on the Student Center Program Committee, which plans TGIF dances, the Christmas Party and all-school dances. I I . E g 4 u '.l, I I, .mai colleges COHGQGS COHGGSS COHGGQS COHQQGS colleges CGUEGSS COHGQGS COHEQES colleges The College of Adult Education provides courses and special educational opportunities for adults. The College, symbolized by an owl, was established in 1952. Dean ofthe College of Adult Education is William Utley. L-l Symbolized by the shield of engineering, the college of Applied Arts emphasizes principles and practices in analyzing and solving problems and situations. Carl W. Helmstadter is dean of Applied Arts. Mrs. Alma Hall serves as Dean Helmstadter's secretary. 1 Other personnel are Sam Sollenberger, assistant dean, Bernard Behers, off- campus military programs at Lincoln and Offutt AFB, William Kaeser, bootstrap program, Robert Schleiger, director of business-industry education. Secretaries are June Johnson and Elizabeth Wiley. Departments found in Applied Arts include engineering, home economics, journalism and nursing. Students in the College of Business Administration, symbolized by the Ship of Commerce, may specialize in a variety of study areas. These include accounting, insurance, retailing, eal estate, finance and general business. Dean John W. Lucas heads the college. Qtr? The College of Liberal Arts has three maior divisions-the humanities, natural and social sciences-which include 17 departments. The symbol for the college is the Lamp of Learning. M. ,sa 255525-ii.." Dean of the College of Liberal Arts is Robert Harper. His secretary is Judy Hasse. His secretaries are Pearl Dixon and Karen Holen 'lr 2154 Abs' Tri. Q 'ei Q fll sw fig ,JP of - .Q b 1 in ii ' rlii r The Torch of Learning is the symbol for the College of Teacher Education. The college prepares candidates for the profession of teaching ancl provides educational services to individuals and organizations. Frank H. Gorman is dean of the college. His secretary is Bettye Mullens. 'H A a ffg .4 The College of Graduate Studies provides students with a means to work for a Master of Arts or Master of Science degree or to earn graduate credit for the issuance or renewal of cer- tificates for teachers and administrators. Dean of the college is George R. Rachford. The dean's secretary is Martha Helligso. The college offers maior programs in the areas of education-English, histn sg, J , TU EQ dw 4,15 Ucgvvl r :IUC psychology, sociology and general science-and minor programs in nine additional fields. -Y S- -..X 'l offncens offlcems oflilcelzs oiilcens offlcsns offucens QHZIQQQS offscems ofiiscens offlcens The academic-related activities of Kirk Naylor, Dean of Administration, include the smooth op eration of the physical plant, library, athletics, business office and student publications. His secretary is Blanche McGovern. ,J , s fl l --b Inf? '- lf egg '- ' E-gray. JM? 4jiwsk.es " "V Ii ru Samuel M. Greenberg, vice president Harry Barber Frank P. Fogarty C. F. Moulton JI, g y ,I 'r . f Aj Varro H. Rhodes, president ':-:JP Mrs. John Merriam, :BEE "' ' , , Mi We? -eg r l Herbert H. Davis , , Peter Kiewit l Y Robert M. Spire 1 secretary W?-v is s --fav' 'P 4 'if' .f PHX I Q! 9- la ' ,1.+Lf' Omaha University Regents meet monthly to discuss policies. ei , 7 'lx J 2 .- Q. ' vu . , f ,gg , If ATON 5 xx' 1?...'.F Eff' i 1 - s f mf? -b , I .IJ if 4' f if fi! f , 1 1 'IH N -,v!E,l"I' . fm ,r1,. i X xr 1 f W 1 5 f R1 it x Q.. : V Ri " NE 51' f Y 4 4 , ,-ttf JI .,,1!1 ' 321 x . - , ' f.- , -2 , :f x-gn, -4' 1-:riff Q gf .' -xii'-.L n '?L"f' 'A A YL.-, . f'P:':,m ' " .E--,fx '29 -1 -5 .5 :gif f':fA': f H Mx..,l?. .Ln V . : .nal-:.4., x. -h . gi' " ,I ' ' ' V' s 1 .2 -'TF 1 'hs ,J K. ' , , q W An., M1324 Af. ...9,5,,,. io Zz " vm . w, fi' ' 9-Li... 1.1.., ,., X,-I V: ra f MW" iv Ads' f mi '55"',,. ,. J fs ,r ini a v H, Q as , . mf-Sf!!! M 5 Z mif S? 2 Q gn mu ann, , lv.: i 1 ,251 - 2 - 232 , mn u:i,:: 6 , ., 2,- 3-1 T xl. H A ,W , ,,. ,.f . .L ,, .w . - "J 1,1 Lu x -Q, W1 '. ., ffm 4-.,,. 1 I nc W Tim' if Qs? 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Through his constant attendance and his active support of sports, the teams and their activities, they came to know him well. Students shared the moments of hope, the ioyous moments of victory and the moments of disappoint- ments. They shared in the growth and accomplishments of the University. 4 ? futtlrvg rr! lil' UU' I.. im 4 Y hh-rsion ui lin Grnv Ewlv m llziumf ,9r.s,....,. 14. mu ji W Q1 Ku 'Ra egh -, 3-5 Q, M: ffffasfm mm, sigfemsg, 351932, Q fm mf mlif iw My ,ff s Q , R L Q1,A ,, Ly: ,,,,, ,, Y 1 i 1 cfo fUNf5 IXI W Janna ual, Q5 ' 4 i K all-5 t'.'1'.'f' Ai' ii-NL" Q-ww Egg? mph His has sbegggi many roles, As qgggvgapgdr in the community, an ouisignding citizen og0n'gasha, the people ofzsgie iqiiy also idrhe to know himyilnd in apprecialiiilggfor his work, they gave their highest honor- King LXIN emu-sur-Ben, W : 11' "' f S535-PV'-Q 'H 5' gm fm Wim 5 - new V Mm -ol 2.1- f-NJ I r .An 1 I " Hn. . if-x,--A ,1 ' Y ' "'-'ff..LLiiL- if wg . x 1 K X X N . 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