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

 - Class of 1969

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It is from here that educa- tional growth starts. To many people, this is UNO, gknw m.f l 4+ 'l4wSloQ..., W, ?u....., ' i Merger Broudens Administration The merger broughT many changes To The UniversiTy of Nebraska aT Omaha. UNO PresidenT, Dr, Kirk E. Naylor, and The UNO adminisTraTors work wiTh The Lincoln- based RegenTs and Chancellor and wiTh The Governor and The LegislaTure To de- Termine The course of higher educafion in The naTion's TwenTieTh largesf universiTy. TOP RIGHT: Nebraska Governor NorberT Tiemann aT The NU-OU merger cere- monies. TOP LEFT. RegenTs are, ROW ONE: PresidenT B. N. Greenberg, J. G. EllioTT and Edward SchwarTzkopT. ROW TWO: RoberT L. Raun, Richard E. Adkins and Richard L. Herman. BOTTOM: Chancellor Clifford M. Hardin aT The groundbreak- ing ceremonies Tor The Science Building. ACROSS: UNO Presidenf Kirk E. Naylor discusses adminisTraTive policy. We be BOTTOM LEFT: Robert Krenzer, Physical Plant superin- tendent, tabulates budget for the department. TOP LEFT: Head of the Office ot Information, Ralph Bradley, edits a press release to be sent to the news media. Top CENTER LEFT: Dr. oebfge R. Rqcheford, vice-Presr dent-Campus Development, studies drawing of new science building presently under construction. TOP CEN- TER RIGHT. Registrar, Virgil Sharpe, tallied a record en- rollment this year. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Yvonne Harsh, head of Student Placement, helps a student check a brochure describing iob opportunities. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Velma Titzell, cashier, Leroy Kozeny, accountant and Harold Keefover, controller, discuss university finances. 3 i f 2 3 W 37 ,ff ,nl 1 N, WW-M r iv -I -f cc.. A TOP LEFT: Associate Dean of Student Personnel, Miss Elizabeth Hill. TOP CENTER: Fred Ray, Director ot Student Center, checks a program with Mrs. Thelma Helms. BOTTOM LEFT: Dean ot Stu- dent Personnel Donald Ptlasterer. BOTTOM CENTER: Bookstore Manager, Bernard Koenig. ACROSS TOP CENTER: Mrs, Thelma Engle, University Social Director. ACROSS TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Carol Graham, Manager ot Food Services. ACROSS BOTTOM: Mrs. Ba- bette Crowder, Student Center employee, talks with students. ,ff .fi f -4 f v l. l...,,.f- .f-,. fffifm s 9 Us ,gf 2 ff Z X .4 S 4? S 9 S Z. S ,felis--.Q .Y r X 0451..- Ui-new Arts Ancl Sciences College Beasts Largest Fclculty The College of Arts and Sciences offers work toward the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Science, as well as pre-professional programs for medicine, law and Theology students. The College offers aca- demic majors in art, biology, chemistry, economics, English, for- eign languages, geography, history, journalism, mathematics, music, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, sociol- ogy, speech and urban studies, LEFT: Many students see the Ad- ministration Building cupola from the rear parking lot. TOP: Dr. Robert D. Harper, Dean of the College, heads the largest faculty on campus, ACROSS TOP CENTER: Speech and Drama Depart- ment chairman, Dr. J. K. Brilhart, must cross the campus from his classes in the Administration Building to his office in the tempo- rary buildings. ACROSS TOP RIGHT: Dr. Hugh P. Cowdin is the new department chairman in iournalism. ACROSS BOTTOM: Eng- lish TO9 instructors receive encouragement and discuss problems at bi-weekly meetings. wi 5-2 My , ' I egrees Offered In Engineering The College of Engineering and Technology ofTers Bachelor of Science degrees in civil engineering, general engineering, indusTrial engineering and indusTrial Tech- nology. The College also offers well planned Two-year programs leading To As- sociaTe degrees in engineering Technology. The program includes The DeparTrnenT oT Nursing and The Technical lnsTiTuTe. TOP LEFT: Miss Dorofhy PaTach, head of The Nursing DeparTmenT, works vviTh nursing sTudenTs in The lab. TOP RIGHT: Dr. Anson D. MarsTon, Dean of The Engineering College, sTudies a map of The area. BOTTOM: Mr. Jack TiTus Teaches an engineering class. ACROSS: Technical InsTi- TuTe sTudenTs learn The arT of surveying. T T -nag, TQ ' 1 ' N F' of 49's 2 . I , K R 4 Web Mi. W , ' jWW'm+',f+lw in 9' K A . K YK' 1 f k 1 f J- ,xx - 'H 3' ' fi' w 'HRW fr 'Q ,- .4 Rik pig 3 aa mv-v wfiff Educators Prepared The purposes of the College of Education are to provide for the education of students who are preparing to teach, to contribute to the improve- ment of skills and understandings of educators seeking professional growth and to provide edu- cational services to agencies and personnel that are cooperating with the schools and educational institutions. The College offers teaching prepara- tion in business education, elementary education, guidance, physical education for men and women, library science, recreation education, school ad- ministration, secondary education and special education. ACROSS TOP: A graduate intern in special education works with a child in the Spe- cial Education Clinic. ACROSS BOTTOM: Two stu- dents in the student teacher program correct papers while waiting for conferences with their University supervisors. TOP RIGHT: Dean of the College of Education, Dr. Paul C. Kennedy, is always ready with help for education students with problems. BOTTOM: John Query, director of the Reading improvement Lab, helps a student with one of the machines. M, , ..,. .f. .:.t ff .itr ifilf A53-.-no---.M Business Provides Ed ucufional Va rieiy The College of Business Administration offers students an opportunity tor a variety ot areas of study tor professional specialization. Business students can specialize in accounting, business administration, management and marketing. The student is given an opportunity to select individ- ual courses in other colleges ofthe University so that with his specialization, he will achieve a well-balanced education. TOP: Miss Verda Rauch teaches typing. LEFT: Dr. John W. Lucas, Dean of the College. TOP CENTER: Business student stu- dies shorthand. TOP RIGHT: Dr. Carl W. Helm- stadter, Professor Emeritus in accounting. RIGHT: A Catholic sister concentrates on typing. ., W. VM, ri' 'Tv f'5 - C.C. . Has Active Night Life The College of Continuing Studies has achieved national recognition in the field of higher education. The Bootstrap program, serving both active duty and retired military per- sonnel, is the largest in the country. Hundreds of men and women from every branch of the service are brought to the campus in quest of a college degree. As demands for edu- cation increase, C.C.S. provides intellectual development, vocational and professional growth and cultural enrichment for adults in the area vvho are completing their education in the Night School program. LEFT: Dr. William T. Utley, as Dean of C.C.S., is the academic dean of night school stu- dents who make up half the total enrollment at UNO, BOT- TOM. Bootstrappers and their families enioy an evening of recreation in the Student Center. RIGHT: Hundreds of cars bring night students to the campus. A ni' fy! B v ls 'Q K' 'V' -v Q .v no up coau- . Q 4 Ol -sv -9 ou' a .4-o . 0 K' O ' . , '5-Tn.. .1141 ,M"' --4584?-'ff ,,.- 5 15 r QA! , 4 ff' 1 4t'f3,.-. 1' 0, 'pn ,, L V 4' is fa- 15" HS! 31" KYNE-TV Brings ETV To Schools KYNE-TV are the call letters of UNO's ETV Channel 26 broadcasting station. The UHF station began broadcasting on campus in the Fall of 1965. The station is operated by the Metropolitan Omaha Educational Broadcasting Association IMOEBAI and broadcasts lf? hours of kindergarten through eighth grade class work to pupils in the Omaha area. The station also broadcasts a number of programsfor the general audience, among them, "From the Presidents Office," a show which originates in the office of UNO President Kirk Naylor, and a show produced by the members of the News- film and Documentaries class called "On Campus." This show brings news of col- lege campuses in the area to the viewing audience. LEFT: One of the cameras used in the KYNE-TV studio. TOP: Left to right are Michael McAllister and Kathy Piccolo, students who participate in the "On Campus" broadcast, Leon Benschoter, program director of KYNE-TV and Joe McCartney, iournalism faculty member who teaches the Newsfilm and Documentaries class. UNO Prepares USAF Officers The Department of Aerospace Stud- ies lAFROTCl is a regular instruc- tional department of UNO and func- tions under the rules and policies of the University and the USAF. The department is designed to develop the skills and attitudes vital to the professional Air Force officer. Upon graduation from the university, the cadets are commissioned Second Lieutenants, USAF Reserve. RIGHT: A class of AFROTC cadets, BOTTOM: The AFROTC staff gathers in Colonel James A. Connell's office. X A Graduate College Otters Masters, Specialist Degrees The Grc1duoTe College provides The opporTLJniTy, The ToculTy ond The resources To meeT The vorious needs OT grddUc1Te sTUdenTs Tor more ddvcinced ond more specialized GdUCOTlOf'1 Thon The undergroduoTe Work Upon which dll groduc1Te progrcirns ore founded, The Grc1dudTe College is desfined To Teel The mosT grovvTh in The coming yeors since The merger. The college oTTers The Nlc1sTer of ArTs, Mc1sTer oT Science, MdsTer of Busi- ness AdnwinisTroTion ond The SpeciolisT in Educc1Tion degrees. LEFT: Dr. ElTon S. Cc1rTer is Deon of The GrdduoTe Col- lege, BGTTOM: GrodLJdTe sTudenTs receive mosTer's degrees CTT The Mid-yedr CornmencemenT on Jdnuczry 25. The Groducwe College conTerred seven MA. de- grees ond 20 M.S. degrees., Gene Eppley Library The Gene Eppley Library plays a large role in eclucafion offered af The Universify of Nebraska af Omaha. RIGHT: A co-ed puts The facilities of The library To use. lnvlucfu cugwrs PERVlSl0NQM 9.49 LEFT: Thomos Moore direcTs The conferences cmol workshops helcl eolch yeor in The Con- ference CenTer, TOP CENTER: Miss Ellen Loud, heod librorion. BOTTOM: The moin desk oT The librory requires The help of mony people. RlGHT1 A librory ossisTor1T geTs o book Tor o sTuolenT from The shelves of The closeol sTocks. f 55 5225 1 , f n 5 3 1 1 7 M W 3 5 , We 5 , Q 1. '41, N , M t 2? A g V W, 15,55 5 M f .1 fn w., fi , M H A 1 vo 4 . , AA . Q4-, , xx VX I ,V D' . f A ' A ' 'vu .,,, 'Nik' ' J, f , , Q ,gig figsgggfyi if L , M, , ' fn ,, . IWQ, . 'filfww .. 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ROW TWO: Cheryl Sparano, Rita Wieczorelc, Rosie Krecek, Linda Lindamood, Linda Kolell, Don Darling, Sherry Anderson, John Youngers, Suzi Mortensen, Keith Wilmot, Ed Ganey, The 30 members of the Student Senate serve as representatives of UNO's students in all matters of student life. Students with full-time status and of good academic standing can run for the posi- tion of Senator. The Senate is organized with ten standing com- mittees, one faculty and two administrative ad- visers. The Executive Committee, consisting of the offi- cers, are President Randy Owens, Vice-president Denny Jorgensen, Secretary Linda Covault and Treasurer John McGann. The advisers are Dr. Franklin S. Forbes, faculty and Deans Elizabeth Hill and Donald Pflasterer, administration. The ten committee chairmen and part of the com- mitteemen are Senators while remaining com- mittee members are chosen from the student body. The ten committees are Educational Affairs, Senate Constitution, Campus Organization Con- stitution, Athletic Interest, Executive, Campus and Community Public Relations, Election Rules and Polls, Finance, Lincoln Liaison, and Student Affairs. Dean Elizabeth Hill, Denny Vanmoorleghem, Jackie Hammer, James Dow. ROW THREE: Sandi Olson, Steve Heck, Doug Moss, David Oman, Gary Reiss, Charles Saylors, Ray Shaw, Kenneth Shaw, Kent Chamberlin, Rudy Smith. 1 ABOVE: Student Senators consider pro- posol to recognize SDS. LEFT: President Noylor presides ot sweoring-in cere- mony of Student Sencntor's, President ond Vice President. mg, urfer l SEMI L. MTB' kk -'.. Wi L,V. , A rr " sv -K K:1,., "fb-f , ,L A J M -5-2735 f Pwr' Q W - L.,' L 1 1, 1 Ugg if 'Q . 5.5 3' fi ,Mx Ji ul ' I ff' 'mxrn' Q, The Student Senate and SUB begin with meetings making decisions and formulating policy. Their committees carry out the routine planning that must be made in order to have results such as the Fall Night Club organized tor UNO students. Others carry on the routine business such as providing calendars forthe students, supervising the bulletin boards, or decorating the campus at Christmas. Student Union Board ROW ONE: Carol Campbell, Linda Fredrickson, Don Darling, Bob Flood. ROW TWO John Kislin, Judy Banghart, Madeline Menke, Ann Kahse, Clark Lip- pert Renee Holmes, Phil Vock. Organized to provide a well-rounded program in education, recreation, and social activities tor the University ot Nebraskas students, the Student Union Board consists ot the Executive Board and eight committees. The Calendar and Communications Committee provides calendars for UNO students giving all forthcoming events on campus. It is also in charge ot the publicity on campus. The Concert and Lectures Committee brings a variety of interesting and informative concerts and lectures tothe University. Cindy Utterback, Suzanne Burgess, DeForest Reed. 'JJ ROW ONE: Chris Christensen, Lynda Berrigan, Cathy Hanraban Helen Tanck baner. ROW TWO: Renee Holmes, Debbie Gehr, Carol Lee Giller, Candy Griffin, Rosalyn Hammer, Cafhy lf? The Dan dances for UNO' g, Christmas, and Ma-ie Day. ce Committee's purpose is to provide s student body tor Homecomin The Exhibits committee is responsible for bringing exhibits to campus which in photography and art. The Film O O 0 't 's student , The how t'lms ever week dur- DCIIICBSI Exlllblls, Fllms, TSS me feguiw Sell Si ' Y Under SUB Control clude exhibits in s committee provides films torthe Univer- oo year on Monday after- R , , nppert, Liz Connor, Colleen Steve Hansen, Bruce Schoveboom, Roger McLenden, John Dickerson, Kent Looney, Pat Breazier. ROW TWO: Dory Andrews, Jim Costello, Dick Gilbert, Chamberlin, Roy Mockelstrom, James J. Wiess. OW ONE: Sue Redinger Chris Jones Clark L' mfs S 6 ROW ONE: Jerry Arnold, Marsha Valentic, David Volk, Robert Pedersen, ROW TWO: Torn Cady, Monie Hokansen, Mike Scnoly, Mary Drezda, Suzy Warnock, Scott Smith, Dave Wooley, ROW ONE: Wendy Ticlny, Mary Ann Olsen, Irene Wyfek, Ann Kuhse. ROW TWO: Sue Cook, Collenn Murphy, Ron Theis, Deanna Ash, Gary Lind, Bob Hearron, Larry Saxton, Debb Rheades. , ,. 'Mi' Q , in 1...- fw- lb 1 -3 X ' s ff ,iz ., 16h JoAnn Himsath, Jan Trexel, Mickele Smith, Cindy Miller, Secretary, Dottie Bode, Judy Barighart, Chairman, Susie Tooheg, Melissa Olsen, Assistant Chair- man, Pat Sandhoetner. The House and Grounds Committee decorates the University's buildings tor the holidays, super- vises the bulletin boards around campus, orders magazines for the Student Centers lounges, etc. ROW ONE: Mrs. Engle, Becky Burling, Carol Helquist, Linda Backora, Deanna Ash, Sharon Drake, Mary Catania, Kaye Murray. ROW TWO: Candy Griffith, This year they have organized a special group called Lakota to serve as official hostesses at Uni- versity tunctions. They are trained in the history of the university colleges, student organizations, andthe current program ofthe University. Charlotte Pennell, Robbie Sager, Susan Boyle, Pam Davis Linda Rusing, Sue Cook, Shirley Ann Parlas. Susan Redinger, 1 in 1, M is JH ,,,,m,,,,J,.,..a-v fs: it 1 L ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,. if l if ned? ROW ONE: Debbie Covert, Joey Vocek, Noncy Ruby, Ruth Akers, Connie Merrissey. ROW TWO: Warren Tichy, Grey Clossen, Borb Bartholomew, Muriel Henderson, Roger Pfenninger, Tom McGinri. The Seventh committee, the Recreotion Committee The Speciol Events Committee is the tinol commit- ot the Student Union Boord, is in chorge ot octi- tee ossisting the Executive Boord in fulfilling their vities on compus such os bowling, bridge, bil- duties. This committee sponsors progroms such Icirols, ond chess. os the University's College Bowl. ROW ONE: Micki Duffield, Jon Abel, Lucy Petterson, Sylvio Nelson, Marty Speer, Rich Armstrong. ROW TWO: Joe Burns, Shirley Siemoneit, Koren Toll- mon, Kris Wieczerek, John G. Ruibel, Jr., Noncy Dellers, Steve Heck. V l its ,, U ii D.f , stct mag, , nr .i rf srixgq, Ti:-,E -K EIR H ,ka . xii , . A . as 'P 'ae yt w xl'-. , i sir., ., ,SA . X ,, . S o -. '.- X-4 Q S. f. Sdm wx Q, . S X ,,.u us: 6 4 , a ' 5 , milf .' 4 3 45 I , V,,,,,,,, ,, - :alt .Wm .,,.f.,v? mai L 9 1 . s ' I' . 4 q ' fx 1 Q . x 3 E fir-r 1 7"-Q 1 Q A., -Q .xxx xg N , s rm . ' ' Yi QA? -an w 'Q- ew-4 in .mwg Sf'Q " K-:Am Mlwf YQ' ,wavy .,4fM5 , , , HA Qi, 'W , J, -W , .x A , - ,4,M f in ,iwyygw m.Q .A 's ,. w V WL fm -1. ak 1,-U' n The .Iuly First Change Over On July T, 1968, The merger beTvveen The LJniversiTy of Omaha and The The UniversiTy of Nebraska was mode oTTicial in early morning ceremonies on The TronT sTeps of The AdminisTra- Tion Building. LEET: Several hundred people aTTended The evenT, and many more vvaTched via educarional Televi- sion. BELOW LEFT: PresidenT Naylor and Tormer Regenr PresidenT Roberr Spire played key roles in The Transfer of power. BELOW: The Omaha press Corps gave all merger relaTed evenrs ouTsTanding coverage. ,,,,,,..-null -ll - - -1 - We Q Q. 1. gm Jgzi - W' sf -.gf 'HF A ad P 3 A Qui! N ff! ,E M, H+ 5331 1' .,.. iw? Z' ' 'w g gif V J gf, W + 1 Q Q: A fm- M-mmgi 51- I . W- . 2-iigl-if 4 f Q, ik' ' ,A 2 f M p ,f K- f"1 W f af . J Q ,r , .w s , 5' X , ,,, sgy' ggfgwfsag N W.WSwwu--do , 'rex 4 if QQ ,, ,,, f' 3 Q. , Q - ,Q W f : K M nr" iw. , , Y .Q ,M new an 'K K I 'sm wi-M fm. w lv 4- my mx l 34595: 'Wi ,M , 4. -A -ag 1 ' we my am u. as-fi..-.,., guy-wpfsf-1-. me-M. swan QQ M 'N ,,f8,1a.g iw ig ., , is Ms. 1? ' W- .QV 3 4, . -x , ' 3. ,. A 9, . . A N:-,Q i 1 ff: f ., ,L 1' J f' - .f-MVN gwff fxw WW? - K 5 "W K f -- my: W. Mn- A1-.ff ww -fm -P' "w h , H K W F, dh, ' r - ..-uf-Q W.: Q.. ,R W ,M .NN vw M.. ...3 . ., M, ,,,,,, ,,.,., ,da i""' -Ona-Q out Us QM..-qi., 3 -V-awww-...:Q...,,,,,, 5, we .M ,Q Q - Sw. Q. W ,Q , Q l l ,, K 1 if V ,, ,V K but 5 , X :nailin g wie M ., . , H f K"f gl , f ggif w - 2-1 . N L . gr .wwe K ooii 5 . . , E it A 2 - l 1 "' 1 7' if-IK l The unveiling ot new letters over the Administration Building Entronce was the otticiol hour ot chonge. BELOW LEFT TO RIGHT: The list ot notcmloles ottending included Chancellor Clifford Hardin, President Kirk Naylor, ond Governor Norbert Tiernonn. .4- .,n--v" , .,,, 'J .naw 'iiifi 1 M, 3 at ,lb 0- 'os , .1-, JJ' 5 Wm k 374 f , 'rfafefagzgaewq 1 ' F W 2 -W-Pei ' " ,,4.fQW' . , f V u W s , Q , 2' qwismf irirgv nn-1 , 1 ggmsw -...mf 1 ' ' A V R ' Q Q kNfHq.,g. . K M Kg 5 2:,+,..,m -1 t szsiiivb' ,555 5. ,Z . ,X '3 . S -V 1 A , V 3 . 5, V 3 i, i 1 nfs 1 as rw' ,, 3 'Mm- Wax L 1 x L - Hi 1 M , , Q2 5 i ' 5 - A 3 wi, 'M-alla-seam X Q 9 'V tw, '- QQ.: . X, ' Q 1 -1-, Y -- wi , , , 5 ax, ubzfgx O U X il 1 2 1 xv Nw-N-aww: 21 ,QF Qplqviismgi f 9 Q 0 41,-L."-f 1. , 75 EIecTions made up The Tone of mosT of The year. STudenT elecTions as well as naTionaI elecTions were parT of The UniversiTy's on-going pro- cesses. FAR RIGHT: Several local figures, including congressional canolidaTe Maxine Morrison, made appearances on campus. ml - lil I Hil Y ...M 13 mf W" if "" """" A"""""""' 2 3 f ' rs zz: 55 P " :: ,rg " 3 M 55 s nllllr' sl' T T3 '- A T, , X i 2.-:gg T if , X x M JE M X V T b q K f X QTY W 5 ,M , 1 , , i 77 .Ioan Kennedy Visits UNO Mrs. Edward Kennedy visited UNC on April 26, 1968 to promote the campaign of her brother-in-law, Sena- tor Robert Kennedy. Under threatening skies Joan Ken- nedy spoke to approximately lOO students. The stu- dents appeared to be more concerned with catching a glimpse of the quietly attractive blonde than with hear- ing her expound her political views, Mrs. Kennedy en- countered a problem with the microphone which was not working but the students did not seem to mind. Joan Kennedy read excerpts from her brother-in-law's speeches and issued an invitation to UNO students to meet Senator Robert Kennedy the following night and to hear him speak. She also asked for volunteers to help in the Kennedy campaign on the local level. Mrs. Kennedy was asked whether she would like to see her husband President someday, she replied, "We really havent thought about that yet. We both want to see Bob in '68." In a short interview Mrs. Kennedy spoke of everything from family life to her trip to Omaha. She said when she married the future Senator Kennedy she didn't think that she would ever become so well-known, As a Senator's wife, she feels that her most important duties are playing hostess and keeping up on the latest news. She reads eight newspapers a day. When not politicking, Mrs. Kennedy is busy with her home and three children. Asked what she thought of UNO's campus, she smiled and said, "I like what I see." 1.4! 6 n 9: ':9"" ik o if "lf -I" Ko . fmff. I u u v :tllnil ut. BXQV, 3 ' ' 'pf ' 1 W - F Jr All I I l "U 1 ll a . W1 '-. I . "ff '1 I' I .09 f hi I ' 'W 'II 1 mi My ' 5 5 A ,L 4 4. If Q . pf ' if-P' 5 , ' gx my ,ef fl - I li ,fa . 9 My g E ? 4 1 ll' Ox' 5 I 0' pl ni ' " 0 .ll "edit A Q if 18616 .41 A George Wallace Ai UNO On Monday, March 3, George Wallace was on campus to address Dr. Richard Marvels l:3O political science class. Most ot the area media had representatives on campus by l p.m. By 1:30 about 500 persons had gathered in the parking lot outside ot the Engineering Building to observe, protest, or perform in the line ot duty. At 12 minutes to 2, a roar from the crowd let the class know that George Wallace had arrived on campus. Many ot the crowd followed the candidate up to Engineering 259. Most were curious spectators, but some began to chant. "We got some tree speech folks out here," said Wallace in an opening comment . . . laughter from the class. Hit I get to be president," he said pointing a tinger to the door," and one ot these anarchists lays down in front of my car, it will be the last one he lays under' '... applause from the class. In my iudgement, I will capture more Omaha Demo- crats than Republicans, but thats only a guess." He concluded," . . . get rid ot some ot these brief-case totin' bureaucrats, throw some ot those brief-cases in the Potomac River." Wallace left the building through a side door but some ot the crowd saw him and ran at the '68 Ford containing the candidate. A halt-dozen people tried to beat the rear deck ot the car with their fists, but the security torce cleared a path and Wallace disappeared . , . somewhat exceeding the university's l5 mile an hour speed limit. The speaker talked for 25 minutes. Dr. Marvel's l:3O political science class broke tive minutes early. Q ff Fo A ,fe -ffJ,,,.."v-'31 , "S 'iz ,R , I V' if My Q , LQ., l.?,4 ', .. 11. 5 9 V E ,Q nJ"4,, Mfr, ,. 34", f ' w 1, - 1, f ., --f" ,j, K M. Y Mr' 4 'f' . 'fn-W ' ' ff J, gf qffwf' " WM K -wig f -.fd 'W sf' Wifi fgijf iff? 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Given a one-year leave from the University to accept the post, Chancellor Hardin became Secretary ot Agriculture. , A-, .44 M.. , - .. , - Spot i 83 Visitors Come Visiting This yeor of The campus was NBC doing ci special reporf on The Nc1Tior1's Colleges. NBC infervievved UNO STU- io de-nf Joe Reiss. Secretary of Agriculture Clifford Hardin speaks at the University's campus. Visiting UNO's campus were numerous traveling art and photography collections. including the theme of social com- ment in America, many of the individual exhibits focused on the Great Depression, the second World War, civil rights and the Vietnam war. fn My 2-M kwa kv 11'V f , na , A 1 . K' , 1 :., W f"'4 " .. WW ,. .. .MW , i K 4? it f , 1 , E - . Vw R. t Y 1' . . . 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'X .l.wiqaQv-gf ,, ,V ., fs:-MZ x W , g i f-xi Q 0--a 1, .. 4. .31 ,ix FN QWQL' 4 A Q as it , , M N QW ,ff-, is .gg P3,.pW 653,- uw 2 -- 1 , .11 W - 1 f. I ag. ' K ' ' - ' NK- f ,H .wi ff-- -5-W wr- zpAf.,wy,.f -- ff -,' 'iw-ww .xzvf-K A H ,,f1,,g .if Q - ,L 'MW t 4-wg ' - .K V Sa 101 Angel Flighl' ROW ONE: Sandy Gilinsky, Martha Spoon- er. ROW TWO: Jonell Juul, Maureen Ko- pecky, Judy Houchin, Diane Kolasky. ROW ONE: Rosalyn Hammer, Diane Dess- ler, Linda Frederlcksen, Jean Fenrress. ROW TWO: Judy Bangharr, Pam Covert, Jean Fergusson, Kris Rushing, Wanda Peterson, Linda Backora, Judy Earp. W? ROW ONE: Kathy Piccolo, Cheryl Eby, Charlotte Pennel. ROW TWO: Mary Ann Be-lflore, Nancy Montag, Becky Burling, Cheryl Ford, Sue Cook, Parry O'Neill. Arnold Air Society ROW ONE: Steve Hoffman, Robert G. Campbell, John E. Dobler, Charles W. l-lolderness, Leonard J. Ash, Fred J, Vanecelc, ROW TWO: Motor James R. Mathews, adviser, David Lundholm, Doane E. Kosmicki, Gary L. Kaspar, Dan Daley, Mike Kudlzca. ROW THREE: Jon Van Wagener, Pat Andersen, Guy B. Olney, Thomas C. Kahley, Robert F. Tilton, Michael D, Achey, James J. Zbylot. LEFT: Angel Flight Commander Maureen Kopecky and Arnold Air Society Commander John E. Dobler at the Toys for Tots Dance December 6, T968 avi nik! Ka A sm ,,. 1 4 Mgeelfxi wax: 4 inn' e mx, ,.l 'U V f a E I .ev Ea 4' 'ii Home Economics Club ROW ONE Karen Dolgos Sheryl Omcm ROW TWO Andrea Cole Caro! Skolond. ROW THREE Judy Unger Marlene Henn ngs. Phi Chi Theta Business Administration Honorary -- ROW ONE: Sharon Ritz, Patricia Bald- win, Linda Petersen, Teresa Urnhoefer, Diane Thoreen, Virginia Hahn, Eliza- beth Breeding. ROW TWO: Cynthia Lien, Barbara Burgett, Helen Sideris, Jackie Stevenson, Sharon Barth, Linda Glintborg, Gail Dali, ROW THREE: Cannie Lorenz, Cynthia Chase, Jeanne Jenn, Margie Hunter, Dr. Leta Holley, Dr, Joyce Minteer, Verda Rauch. Omicron Delia Epsilon Economics Honorary '- ROW ONE: W. J, Elsosser, Goil Doll, Perry Chong. ROW TWO: G. l-lorris, J. D. Stolen, Glenn Klrby Jr., Donold R. Connell, E. J. Steele, Jock B. Anderson, Young Veteran ROW ONE: Leonard Boagcez, Jess Bera, Bob Carothers, Paul Kllburg, Gary Simanski, John Aspen, Larry Yost, Gilbert Wargo, Walt Noorclam. ROW TWO: Robert Worth, Gary Brasseur, Marvin Souchek, Jim Cashman, Stan Christian- sen, Curt Kolstad, Ray Burkhalter, Jlrn Bryant, Dennis Renander. ROW THREE: Richarol Baker, Charles Johnson, Gary Monohon, Cornelius Wllls, Anton Stacey, Bob Johns, Dan Katz, Emil Wehrll. 108 'Q' W s I I i wr ,,.,ai 5 E? N. 3 E ? Ef'qN"M-.M ' f fv fl -f, ,f ,M - 1 , W QS- ,-, Z I , mfr, .f v Z g . ,.. . W X , ,L . ...,.,,4,, ,M r?J M A 'S . ai fa J 4 iw! 3 - .ff M ff: 2' ff U f ,, f .K ? as G QL. Pen and Sword ROW ONE: Frank Perrella, Robert O'l-lein, Mary Wise, Joyce Reece, Andrew M. Casey, Lois Whalen, Dan O'leary, Ray Dim- mick. ROW TWO: Val Butlera, Bob Metz, Jolnn Elliott, Herb Skalr, John Adams, Dave Edwards. ROW THREE: Gordon Schlcigel, John Hamilton. xx X 3 aa I Q ,S S Yo Al Fl Young Americans for Freedom ROW ONE: John Cleveland, Lloyd CoffelT, Barbara Monfag, Dick Crow, Micheal Barnes. ROW TWO: Jay Wasserkrug, Larry Christian, Tom Gorgen, Dave Sink, John K. Wilson, Milan Anich. if 50. You ng D mocrai ROW ONE: Jim Craven, John Smiih, William Kranda, Kay Brown. ROW TWO: Jim Manning, Tony Deeb, Susanne Hansen, Shirley Pavlas, Marilyn Russo, Mary Harek, Rita Sliya. ROW THREE: Norman Hamm Gary Meloy, Daniel Powers, Neal Simon, Rudy Smith, Mike O'Connorl Mike Richardson, Franklyn Pierce, Raymond Millimei. H2 , ,-vi . ,.,.,..,. X ,.--1 I , A' - Bo Ll ACCO Black Liberarors for Action on Campus - ROW ONE: Carl Robinson, Bobby Callis, Carolyn Barr, Susan Dickerson, Maryl J. Harris, W. Dwight Bailey, Jim Dow. ROW TWO: James Cecil, Michael McGinnis, Gladys Pruitt, Ken Beason, M, Chaucer Adams, Clinton Gibson, Rosezerian Chaunsha Collins, Judy King, Glenda, R. Walker, R. D. Waller, Terese K. Hudgins. Young R publicun ROW ONE: Dick Crow, Cheryl Ford, Trudy Ford, Carol Janausek. ROW TWO: Jeff Evangelisfi, Larry Chrisriari, Debby Rhoades. ROW THREE: Jay Erdmann, Craig Reisser, Jim Londay, Dave Laien- ser. -vow' ui!!! rfx. WY , -3 Wuokiyu Omicron D lla Kappa ROW ONE: Charlotte Peock, Pat Mulloney, Robyn Carmichael, Mary McMullen, Dava Fuerst, Sue Acuff. ROW TWO: lnez Kucera, Linda Frederlcksen, Dlanne Desler, Judy Houchin, Jean Fentress, Suzi Mortensen, Judy Sloder, Paula Mogzarnin. ROW ONE: Don Darling, Erwtn Rehder, Doryl Taylor, Herb Wehner, Tom Fischer, John Kizlun, Tum Keyser. ROW TWO: Donald Ptlosterer, John Demgen, Dave Oman, Randy Owens, Bud Belitz, Joey Sedlocek, Jack Anderson, Bob Krettner, Tom Helligso, Alpha Lambda Delia ROW ONE: Cmdy Miller, Susre Hoes, Korem Rozgc1lI,JuMe Grimm, Gow! Crwstenserw. ROW TWO: Jecmmc Werfrwrmm, Jezmrme BNc1key,Cc1rolGouId. ROW THREE: Luz Parker- son, Marsha Hoffman, Mcrllyrw Russo, Judy Houdwm, Corby Burgess, Mary Kula, Lynne London, LoRoe Koppit, Martha Grcmr, Jo Hemsorh, Nancy Dellere, Susie Bobenclure. i KG ? KK! . rooo mama susan 51 fi -1 "" "" '53 'W--N I an ml I' K. W V-nan ' f 4,,,.: ,bi K wi, . Tai? .1 .A WW gg EWU wg 5 il I K 3, Q qw? 'av , , , ,,, f.f.. x"v v Af A 12331 I , Q I I ,, ni I 5. SX. X u-"Z" Senior scholastic honorary, ROW ONE: Elaine Schlinger, Martha Dohse, Sandy Capoccia, Lois Handley, Nancy Montag, Lois Roucek, Inez Kucera, Nancy Junge, Mellanee Devall, Charlotte Plack. ROW TWO: Dr. Wayne Hig- ley, Dr. Roy Robbins, Dr. Anson D. Marston, Dr. Harl A. Dalstrom, Dr. W. C. B. Lambert, Dr, John Brilhart. I'-' c x 41 Circle K Steve Kinzy, George Werner, Ron Minobe, Joe Burns, Randy Unger. FAR LEFT: .lon Bridgewater of Lambda Chi Alpha and Colleen Looney of Zeta Tau Alpha were winners of Circle K-sponsored Ugliest Man and Cutest Pan contest, Community Chest Fund Drive. Al Il Il EO American lnsfirure of Industrial Engi- neers: Frank Bubic, Pofricio Moss, Hor- vey Borbendure, Norman Scdin, Ron Foster, Charles Kroiicek, Jock Titus, Dr. Williorn Arnwine. Institute of Electric and Electronic Engineers, ROW ONE: AI Kineiko, Steve Hassler, Walter Szelich, Prof. J. G. McMillan. ROW TWO: Sheldon Berbendure, Fred Rieser, Roger Jirka, Jack Schmid. ROW THREE: Donald Lunolvall, Duane Garwood, Frank Sledge, Lowell Jackson, Rand- cliff Haniman, Jr. Ao O O O American Society of Civil Engineers, ROW ONE: Donald Peterson, Dan Kutilek, Harry G. Debowey, Robert Huddleston. ROW TWO: Vytenis Buksnys, Terry Harvat, Gary Kopecky, Joel Kreger, Stanley Carlock. ROW THREE: Don Nielsen, Mike Fylnn, Bruce Rickley, Willoert J. Beran, Richard Smutney, Bill Westbrook, Kelly Bush, Richard A. Barr, Harold Thompson, Ray Rowe, Dr. J. V. Benak, faculty sponsor, Sid Price, A.S.C.E. senior contact member. 3 5 if ewman Club ROW ONE: Marianne Beck, Don Kisiclci, Shirley Ann Raylas, Linda Ann Hlavlca, Cathy Burgess, Ginny l-lahn, Margaret Reeves. ROW TWO: Barb Johnston, Beth Dineen, Joan Leahy, Kay Brown, Mike Wilken, Jim Mulry, Rath Ridder, Charles Butler, Otys Daniel, Donna Schlautrnan. ROW THREE: Jirn Zadina, John Klosterrnan, Jerry Smith, Dennis Fillpowski, Joe Burns, George Werner, Frank Sledge, Charlie Zinlc, Eddy Klasterrnan, Rosemary Klug, Jacque Kloke. Christian Science Organization ROW ONE: Glen Wittekind, Louise Lewis, SU-e Acuff, Warren Wittekincl, sponsor. ROW TWO: Rick Wittekind and John McGann, -.A T' .,,,,....--- Baptist Student Union ROW ONE: Carol Wesrerlin, Roger Criser, Elaine l-loler. ROW TWO: Paul Jensen, Ken Whittle, Marsha Srnirh, Linda Harder. ROW THREE: Galen Friesen, Frecl Donner, Terry King, Pai Murray. Flol cl ul I Fellowship of Concerned University STU- denis, ROW ONE: Linda Hlavka, Shirley Ann Pavlas, Carol Ann Molsbee. ROW TWO: John G. Smith, Linda Gage, Stephen Klnzy, Michael Harvey, Kafhleen Widder- sheirn, Randall Unger. fm' BH 9 's 3 L 4, 'Sr Ski Club ROW ONE: John Dilley, Karen Erickson, Sue Lewis, Elizabeth Parkenson, Deanna Ash, Rosalyn Hammer, Sue Goepper, Joey Vacek, Rosie Hogan, Ellie Hunter, Monie Hokanson, Glen Fryer. ROW TWO: Mike Clem, Larry Rodgers, Rick Backhaus, Carol Watkins, Sharon K. Bisbee, Jackie Joseph, Ann Johnson, Kathy Johnson, Pam Galchell, Wayne Harnmang. ROW THREE: Gisela Herrmann, Karen Schwarzlander, Kathy Pilon, Rich Kresl, Marsha Luers, John Scalzo, Mary Pusaferi, Thomas Crews. ROW FOUR: David Griffiths, Jerry Conroy, Lloyd Hoover, Gaie Doll, Rosemary Klug, Louise Lewis, JoAnne Dozelencic. ROW FIVE: Dr. Higley, David Selson, Ronald Smilh, John Layman, John Cody, Charlie Van Diver, Ed Edmonds. AROUND PIANO: Jim Gronau, Jack KOTT, Befh Hayes, Barry Timanus, Linda Bucy, John Thompson, Tom Bennet, Anderson. : is 4-Q Alpha Kappa Delia Sociology Honorary, ROW ONE: David Toplon, Carol Lunbeck, Leslie Rowland, Robert S, O'Hern. ROW TWO: Suzi Mortensen, Charlotte Plank, Marty Dohse, Carl Springle. ROW THREE: Dr. John Nye, advisor, Dr, George Helling, Wal lace G. Hunt, Ray Dirnmick, Lester LaPorte, Robert Cooper. Psi Chi Psychology Honorary, ROW ONE: Bob Lieter, Steve Markowitz ROW TWO: Gary Rcrwson, Charlotte Kohorme, Potriclo Mullcmey Delores McArthur, Dr. C. C. Kessler. ROW THREE: Horold Slaughter Dick Peterson, Ron Dovls, Bill Todd. , OROAO Womens Recreation Association, ROW ONE: Sue Stone, Ann Ramming, ROW TWO: Danni Linnernan, Sally Ganern, Connie Ciaussen, sponsory Linda Covault, Rose Riley, Patricia David, co-sponsor, Jackie Borcyk, Kathy Mappes, Maier and Minors ROW ONE: Ann Ramming, Rose Riiey, Sue Stone, Danni Linneman. ROW TWO: Sonia Green, Mary Stratman, Sharon Satie, Liz Connor, Vicki War' ren, Jacky Kloke. ROW THREE: Mary Rieser, Carat Minerik, Debbie Strutn- ers, Jaque Rielly, Pat Waiker, Linda Fausset, Ginny OBrien. Phi Epsilon Kappa ROW ONE: Don Tyhurst, Bob Blanlqenshup, Ed Huff, Pele Baal-aes, John De- george, Gary Paporello. ROW TWO: Rlch Redlinger, Dave Oman, Michael Campbell, Joe Luongo, Bob Bruckner, Mel Melcher. gg 1f2 fiiii ' ado Www' X . 15 I Ss Rho Epsilon Real Eslate Honorary, ROW ONE: Grant Mafhison, Mike Connelly, Jim Berg, John McGann, Mrs, Ruth Reams, Torn Harper, John Layman, Dr. C. Glenn Lewis. ROW TWO: Steven Capinas, Gary Herr, Robert Dubeck, Phil Drew, Hugh Van Alsfine, Miles Patten, Harold Oehrnke, Ronald Walker, Davis Clark, John Kenclzior, Mar- ion England, Chesler Garrett. ROW THREE: Alphonzo Rodd, George Hoffman, Dale Bryanr, Richard Harwood, Ronald Srauffer, John Classen, Charlie Zulfer, Bill Pierce, VA' 3: Y? 1- l i l i 6 '. Business administration fraternity, ROW ONE: Everett Noble, Roger Whitney, Jack Youngers, John Mc Gann, Frank Telich. ROW TWO: Larry Ziska, Bob Hansen, Bill Workman, John Ford, Jim Turner, Dick Nordberg, Gary Domet. ROW THREE: George Holton, Marvin Archer, Jim Slevens, Bill Loftus, Bill Sheldon, John Hover, Gran? Morhison, Dr. Wayne Higley, adviser. I J 11- 4 F19 i Theta Up ilon ROW ONE: Charles Jeaneliaplisre, Len Burgelr, Craig Reisser, Jim Larhrop, Nancy Stevenson, Bob Greuel, Keith Swisher. ROW TWO: Jim Shepard, Roger Corbin, Jack Griffilh, John Zipay, Charles Gildersleeve, Eugene Zupsic, Fred Danner, Donald Marnon, Dennis Jacobsen, Jimmie Srelling, Jack Dyess, Shirley Jahnke, Lee Slorp, Mary Wayro, Nicholas Bariss, Grace,Gardner, Warren Campbell, Keith Nollen. 130 'ff ' A, .fe fm, lc! ol Po EO Students' Comrniffee for Organized Public Effort, ROW ONE: Rudy Smith, ROW TWO: Stephanie Maiihews, Alice King, Debi Swearingen, Janice Ariry, ROW THREE: Les Smith, Malcolm Adams, Judy King. ROW FOUR: Debbie Taylor, Martha Pruiff, Dolly Madison, Deforesi Reed, Helen Allen, Carolyn Arthur, James Knox Polk, Philip Mc- Clain. ROW FlVE: R. D. Waller, Harley Cooper, Robert Rogers, Daniel Powers, Larry Webster, Leslie Taylor, Bruce Arnold. Debate ROW ONE: Ken Beason, Martha Grant, Jim Thomp- son, Steve Means. ROW TWO: John Wanzenried, Mary Jane Lohmeier, Howard Leeson, Mike Nolan. ROW THREE: DeForest Reed, Kevin O'DonneII, Doug Durrie. LEFT: Marrha Granf, Barry Gololware and Kay Christensen display Three first place Trophies won aT The Nebraska Debate Tournament Graduate Student Association Jon Empson, Joel Bleicher, Olive Graham, Donna Petersem, Jean Dayton, Bill Todd. Th alter I - ,ll if R Ls ' 4 L X 'f0'f""'-Us O Y N .Q 135 Q ! .Siam 'X 'dm xg ' 1 ,V . ,3 5 iQ,Qf. 4'-SY 'T'T"3iKiY: K. X51 ss YQ43' ,I I A .,,i,g,w 'wswfii X 1 b ui 1 inf 'ii . Q ,W A i , - 1 . f T 5 v XXw. p . QQ? .., .V ,E , 5 wg M: ' ,fmt A by . 5, rw ig ' SV 1. E 3 , in . kai , 'K 'I -.w ' ' 11 i Y 12 4 5 .. . wif -g M : , RQ, 'K , SX f is ' 3 aw ' L5?:3S?2l1 il. K z 2 gi 21,4820 Na, Xi E 'fig 5 1 -1 ,- 4, 7? "P-'1:v-A ' , - 6' 5 . 6' V 1 w ,, if gig? 5 ' ' 1 if ' 1 ,, ,4 . ,, , ' mf , .1 ,L ,r uw '41, w, , H Q - if Lp Q v 1 W t sf 'Q W , ,-4 :bd W . ' .K e' j V gi .. M' 9 If . 11' t Ll! Q sf 5 I f ,, . . if f W K W , 9 4 Y v x fy- X . ,,,: B, , , 3 1 K 4 fa' A '-'Tn N , ",',. Ll ff' 1 ., gy . A ii 5 , Q 11 , 137 if L-. 'Z ,-'LWA H -zng W I- .,45w . . ., . - - A M5 V f if O- 13031 mlm r W by 'L 'fe Wy xk Ja in df Q xxggaix Af gf' yy , N. 4 if '79, A , L , q, n 4.4 Q 1, fix ,E af i z i 5 's 1 f E Qsgira A 5 3iaQV1r Orchesis Dance Honorary, ROW ONE: Barbara Bell, Judy Evann, Robble Sager, Suz Giller, ROW TWO: Marcia Swoboda, Margaref Hargle- road, Margie Barker, Patty Coombs, Sue Bowen, Karen Boisen, Theckla Wohlr, Janette Robicheau. ,rv , , , . Lambda Alpha Epsilon Law Enforcement fraternity, ROW ONE: Noel Rogers, Andrew Casey, Keith Wilmot, James DeMeulmeester, Larry Brockelsby, Gaylon Kuchel, Ronald Moravec, Robert Shankman. ROW TWO: Edwin Shilko, Richard Koeller, Robert Krueger, Rudolph Laverdure, James Willis, Gene Griffin, Aaron Miller, George Geyer, Denby Smith. ROW THREE: Ronald Freeman, Robert Scheuler, Thurman Waggoner, Bruce Hartford, William Johnson, James Pospichal, Glen Gates, Phil Edgin, Steve l-legarfy, Frank Lozito, Arthur Brogley, Porter Dillon, Alfred Albright, rv "? Yll i. . f -.,, IM: 5 f' S. E. A. Student Education Association officers: Judy Darge, historian, lnez Kucera, secretary, Kris Rushing, presidentg Charlotte Pen- nell, treasurer. Education honorary, ROW ONE: Sandi Gilinsky, Janis All- gaod, Liane Waldmann, Judy l-louchin, Britta Blanlcenau, ROW TWO: Judy Slader, Pauline Wilcox lsponsorl, Dianne Desler, Susan Uman, Inez Kucera, Barbara Madsen. -Ai KJ 'se Ari Club ROW ONE: Suzanne Harmon lnear no evilj, Ann Brandenburg, fsee no evill, Mary Catanra Ispeak no eyrll. ROW TWO: Joanne Dozenlenclc, Jan Blazek, Linda Olson, Amy Graves, Becky Bur- Iing. ROW THREE: Larry Alexander, Robert Hrornek, Randy Davis, Chuck Malsead, Bl!! Srernvvart, Roberr A, Rogers. ROW FOUR: Gary Tevis, Joe Doax, Ray Tomasse. ROW FIVE: Frank Frrbish, Regis Rersdorff, Andy Acker, Tirn Donahue. """' KVM N qrwg, 1' r Q' ' ' ' Ni-0'3.z 'Isl O International Students' Organization, ROW ONE Gary P. Meloy, Cnarlorle L. Flack, Clyde R. John san, Fay H. Huey, Fred Sclilingrnan. ROW TWO: Henry X. Mioaluski, Mi-Joa Rho, Hector A. Mor ene, Poy J. Lew, Fumike Nakane, Dennis Heavrin. ROW THREE: Mogens C. E. Priergaard Girsel, Por Ter B. Dillon, Grace L. Hansen, Jim Trimble. F Sigma Tau Delia English Honorary, ROW ONE: Don Gibson, Por Hogan, Jeonie Fenrress, Lois Handley, Mortho Dohse. Around Piono: Kathy Morrow, Kofhy Mobley, Jon Grosmick, Carol Roe-rrmer, Sue Bowen, Clarence Wilson, '1 ,. t J? h N77 6, if Qgjf' n , 'Q Iir fa T K, ,, if f iw? 'jgigv , W, f gif' 2 w 'F' Q! i ,un WA. iii, 7 A..-1 . . gg W f . . --s 1 x 2? ,, "ia 44 i I Qi 1? in at s ', Y 6 in If-A Z- 4 Q. Q! xr, '.".,,, ' 5, ,0- i N T2 - .- ff! 921 15,11 4 i 455, I XV J fx! V 2 --.1 J, Mt Q ,. . , ,',...... Delia Omicron Music honorary: Kathy Gerry, Vicki Bates, Rene Steimle, Rosemary Flores, Shirley Ann Ravlas, Linda Ann Hlavka. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Music honorary, ROW ONE: Bob Schoe- der, Steve Thomas, Ed Cook, Michael Harvey, Steve Soucek. ROW TWO: Paul Young, John Stanton, Bill VonRen1zell, Dave Hasty, Chuck Malstead. ROW THREE: John Griffin, Bob Mendenhall, R. Eyberg, D. Nuzum, ROW FOUR: Terry Patience, J. C. Suagero, David Farrand, Grant Magnusen. ROW FIVE: Chris Lombardo, Tony Gulizia, Steve Soucek, if Q Y 1 ,, is , W if A 5? Q 5 Q air, ,ug , .45 3 H' ,if ' AE? ,, if 7 4 4 e . .-,, i 'ff 4 2 'xv 8 J 'Q W ,PP 44 - N Q 'V M ,Q 1 1 V' K .V ., 1' I K, 5 f f, I if ' ' A if .... Z -.Nf I if-K 'f, Q at ' A 'V W' i , L , Q ' 1 "" ,Lf ,U , W if -V ,V li, ' ' , , , ' f 152 1 I 4 , 425 Aw rf ,. uh, ,,,,t,,. Ni. i fr U , 4 Q ' Q., J. P Ira C" ,ff ' as 4 5 ,, ,M 557831 :mezxmf-V f , i. 6 "' 'av fr ' ,g ,n 4' ' v H .. 'Wa' 'M ,Q 5, U3 in C 1' 4 , ,wig 1 , 5 . f ' 'W"i'- , fi. 5 , Mu' ' f, ,fffryff Y' L VA' f 2f'2-1,fff,f'ffa?,7 ' f ' . ffigfgw 2 W Q1 , I-tr' Xu 5 A ' aw Z I Q yy. Ns I -C mm' .AM-f 5 WN - f 141 V ,If J X. ' - 41 5 1 ' I 4 , ffyxwij' 1 Q ,-as r X Am., 1' Q x gi 5 I N I 2 . - v f,-.,' . 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ROW THREE: Terry Patience, James Kurtz, Mike Nuccie, Scott Helgeson, Ron Jarecki, Frank Sledge, Mike Nolan, John Stanton, William E. von Rentzell, Bob Schroeder, Mike Harvey, Len Mostek, John Griffin, Bill Gilinski, Steve Leinart, Richard Landis, Alonze Williams, Lynn Parsons, Jerry Donlan, Bob Welstead, Charles Charles Butler, Julian Klaczynski. Chamber Singers ROW ONE: Shirley Pulas, Brenda Watkins, Alison Strain, Virginia Caskey, Pat Beazley, Linda Stewart, Elizabeth Parkerson, Marianne Beck. ROW TWO: Julian Klaczynsky, Bill Gilinsky, Bill von Rentzell, Mike Harvey, Bob Welstead, John Bohrer. , 4.1 a V H W.1,,, H lr V f':ii1Xi: ' 2 ? 4 ? Q07 4"'X C' 'fm A--Q. ,N .4 'Kar fu, ,-Q, ass K ,f 143 fi -...XV Ralph ith, Mike Backshop Union, Local 36 LEFT: Juan ST. Louis Ifosko. BELOW: Sfucxrf Swartz. 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Kathy Wanzenried Mary Lou Robino Karen Rozgall Sally Dean Dianne Desler Robyn Carmichael Judy Evahn Claire Perrigo Diane Denker Shirley Sfrohl Judy Houchin Karen Tallman N Suzi Mortensen Susie Matson Charlotte Pennell Suz Giller Dianne Gzehouiak Adine McKenzie Kris Ancona Ann Morris Ginny Hronek Patty Christensen Kathy Cross Nancy Lefholtz Marilyn Allison Rene Steimle Cheryl Vaughn Diana Ervin Debby Eggers Linda Covault Linda Burks Candy Griffith Kathy Klemme Bev Diimig Carole Rushing Carla Fisher Becky Burling Kathy Chatwooal Jane Lebens Joan Fulton Bobbi Thompson Suz Neneman Judy Slader Mariorie Johnson Pat McCormack Marilyn Russo Marsha Engen Christie Zyck Cindy Utterback Linda Dunn Chris Lundeen Sandi Olson Joyce Klingforth Jeanne Werthman Elaine Meyers Chris Burgeft Jeanine Giller Carol Wilson Jan Christensen Joan Thomas Linda Brown Jean Arringdale Lynne Landon Sue Tokarski Diane Mancuso Laurie Jacobson Kaye Murray Susie Uman Ilena Stephenson Christie Miller Kris Kehm Susie Haas Robbie Sager 'Jeannie Blakey Cathy Stoddard Jan Bergan Monie Hokanson Kathy Heckenlively Marlene Schroeder Judy Earp Marilyn Coe Cris Kay Carol Holquisf Sue Gash Madelene Schroeder Kris Holquist Jacque Horn Diane Stark Liz Swanson Q 'a A F fu Xi fx 2 ,4 In V -,-f.-, 1 1 ' EK Peggy O'Connell Susan Jacobsen lrene Wiitek Trudy Ford Barb Steele DeDe Sowers Debby Rhoades Marsha Hoffman Becky Ingraham Sally Ganem Par O'Neill Charon Pound Jenny Tata Maureen Sorum Judy Puncochar Shirley Siemoneit 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Sara Andre Barb McMahon Cheryl Ford Sue Cook Carol Thurman Sheryl Oman Sue Kruse Mary Drozda Berry Thurman Charlotte Plack Barb Strand Lynda Berrigan Joyce Prohaska Connie Skokan Judy Benson Ann Fields Mariie Koraleski ZT Elaine Schlinger Jeanie Fentress Roz Hammer Mary Clare Janousek Sandy Harpster Bobbie Miller Patty Coombs Rita Wieczorek Susan Goepper Carol Gaines Jan Kdcer Kathy Eilbeck Linda Pipher Jackie Hammer Kathy Hanrahan Joey Vacek Gloria Yunlcer Melissa Olson Cheryl Sparano Reiean Bogatz Joann Pechous Nadine Smith Colleen Looney Rocky Nord Paulette Connor Carol Ann Molsbee Donna Luksa Betty Stein Jeanne Robbins Barb Bell Lois Perchal Lincla Miller Mary Lohmeier Kathy Mappes Jean Battiato Connie Hobson Maureen Breen Agnus Strenger Pam Pokorny Susan Connors Mary Dalton Ann Kuhse Phyliss Vacek Mary Ann Olson Pam Davis Eileen Schanse Marcia Swoboda Jeanie Craig Lynn Hetzler Marta Waggener Rosalie Garofolo Dava Fuersf Mary Beth Hayes Marianne Santi Jane Balderston Marilyn Martin Priscilla Bliss Helen Clawson Patricia Campbell 4 l ' l l .,' ' i . , 'Y C 'S Im Q sf S4 3 in jvnop . , , qw f, ,. yu - A I L L14 P 9- 'bbk 7 9 I qffqq? 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Neil Simon Lil-" ft, CM 3034 ,, W H K A Joey Sedlucek Vic Bochek Buddy Belitz Ted Menck Lois Andersem Terry Penke Bruce Schoneboom Bob Hayes Tom Rivedol Greg Allen Rich Seurber Herb Wehner Bob Willifs Roger McLer1don John Lemerw - VFW: , xx QQ 1 s it l Q Jim Maiejka Gary Paporello Mark Wesiphalen Mike Mench Don Parker Tom Fischer Van Richards Rich Emsick Jim Kizlin Ed Hanna John Elias John Kizlin Paul Carter Bill Vassel Bob Ecldinger Wayne Va nrnoorleghem Dick Gilbert Rich Armstrong Gus Moreno Jim Leach Chuck Goodwin Doug Andrews Dan Shaul Rich Kniewel John Reber M . A . in V Q' .' Q .rg-e, .gil f V43 no Q'-' lx 51 vo! 'A lx, aw' kl,xx' X9 4 ' J J ' J' 5 rv ' 1.4-Q 4. .J W- ,J 1' 5 M ' J r fl .qwfil A s sl. Al Bob voilef 'f' -' K J is 4: . G ciii il' 3' 1. K, Gary Reiss J , .-ff" fd A 'Q ,T I J , iz We dl V54 ' xl Bob Frederick g ' . 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'J ' ,4'f'!, "uv 'D R55 "l:,,,' A 751s.Q.'uQ 4' 4 Larry Hansen gal 'v f 5- , x 1- + A L . ,' , ' ifffluf' Q L. ., Denny Vanmoorleghem fl !, ,ix V H if 3' gs., if., 4rl':,,l 'ig ,I Q lf' Q ' ' 'il' Tom Helligso 1 f y J. N' an Nrln'1M"'.N 5 47' g 4,13 5' -k' if 4 H' .,,, .R , W ' , K. 1 , ' , , DOUQ Engen , IMLQQ5, ft Q svffk It K W Vs' 'fr A if in lu. at wk' I , Q5 54 r,"5 N in TX 4 188 Greek Week 'iWe dare as Greeks" was The prevailing Theme during February's Greek Week. Chi Omega and Lambda Chi Alpha were awarded The coveTed scholarship Trophies. Pi Kappa Alpha TraTerniTy swepT The lnTramural championship. Indi- vidual honors Tor acTive and pledge wiTh The highesT average wenT To Judy Evahn and Karen Rozgall, boTh oT Chi Omega. PaT Mullaney, Alpha Xi DelTa, was named The Panhellenic Girl oT The Year. Susie Haas, Chi Omega, and Doug Moss, Lambda Chi Alpha, were The OuTsTanding Greek Pledges Tor T967-68, and James Olson received The lnTerTraTerniTy Council award Tor high pledge average. TOP FAR LEFT: Judy Evahn TOP LEFT: Karen Rozgall LEFT CENTER: PaT Mullaney BOTTOM FAR LEFT: Susie Haas BOTTOM LEFT: Doug Moss RIGHT: Jim Olson BELOW: Bob WilliTs, Tom Helligso, Rich Kniewel and Herb Wehner wiTh Pi Kap InTramuraI Trophies. ,pun- Ruh Je' . Vw, . iigivanvg, 'fgf i L . '-1 19- 1' pw. -sa 4. gqwyfy , ., , f fini? ' T:" 'l1 " 1 f ff .sf:fy:3l M. . 4? 5 X: ww -L: .-.J-". . - - "tm -gr ' .Q Q - ' . 'slay -5+ ii! .T Q rf-gmfgf. A ef ' 'f' , , , gfx 1 fa X. . , J if W I Greek Char Permell GX Dream Girl Royalty Trudy Ford AXA 'Pledge Sweetheart Margie Bier TKE Sweetheart I 5 . N 4. Lindo Bockoro AXA Cresonf Girl L Joon Fulfon ZCDE SvveeTl'1ecurT 'Ui Doug Cook EK Casino King 4 Dick Schenck EK Typical Frofernify Mcm 1 I i i if li...-1- Suz Nenemcm ECDE Ploymme Y , Judy Evohrw FIKA Dream Girl X Q Knights ROW ONE: Lowell Gord, Ron Cisor, Joey Sedlocek. ROW TWO: Ron Herzott, Tom Hutchinson, Dorn Politrone, Rick Peterson. gl Q t.,,,g. gh , 'A- , ,:, QM' N I' I Sue Tokolrski HKA Queen Flush Steve Simcoe ZTA Coolest Mcun Pcmhellenic Council Officers Mddeline Menke, Suzdnne Giller, Judy Benson, Ddvo Fuersf Inferfrclfernify Council Officers Ed Vc1nc1ckeren,Tim Keyser, Neil Simon. --un J- 'S N C' QTY O r L INC Z' x bf' .,, hw Riu 'wfxfgi ' v 1 , 'S Ad 5545 . i s ,!,' . 4. ' M X .E u ' 4 ' . W- ,, Y . . v X , I 'Q ' , -' ma L 7 1 Q ' , JL 'P' n 1 ww 3,2 l , . 5 X I .- 4 ' 1, 34' A . 5 a 4 -. 1 I ff' V' x ' ' , Ri I P 1 D 1 J -W IF TUDENTS "W +f- ,n WW: "' X 5? . ,yr- ,Q , OO fu.-M il S2 Uni fl ...Lk . s if w I ,, ,..A,,5 ? . 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Fairgoers also Took advanfage of sTudenT arT wiTh per- sonal porTraiTs skefched on The spoT, and pho- Tographs Taken for a small fee. Lunch was parT of The celebraTion . . . for a meager 50 cenTs. As an exTra aTTracTion, a show wagon of UNO TalenT enTerToined The picnickers. STu- denTs also parTicipaTed in bike and Trike re- lay races and The winners were awarded Tro- phies. AT 2 p.m. a float and car procession IefT The campus for The annual Ma-ie Day Parade Through downfown Omaha. Princess ATTira 34, BeTTy McGinnis, reigned over The olay's acTiviTies, which concluded wiTh an ev- ening dance aT Peony Park where awards were presenTed for The besT floaTs in The par- ade. PARK AND RECREANON DEPT, ,un 0 ,L Q 2 ' ' ""ll!. 7' JQQ I - gs "f'?'?V ' W O6 QS? N... , .dlwl ," .4 s E' i ,sf ,ff X fr "1'fvi"'Y W - I J. f. , J X. Y' I I at 5? .,,, 6 .. , f .f.'QfffJ3!yH'ft Q m Y 'Ol 1. wr 1"'ff A f Q Q?" f . -'.:+2..,.-Q1 ' - I ! A 4, -brig:-'rr M .g,, mf' ,fx if f, S-sniff X X " T ., ,W "' nn.u. A FAR LEFT: Cis Jocobsen Took honors Tor her dence rouTine in Show Wagon compeTiTion. LEFT: The pie Throw Turned inTo d sTicky offoir. TOP CEN- TER: GeT on your mork, geT seT, go! SeT Them up ogdin. BOTTOM CENTER: The Md-ie Ddy crowd enioys The dfTernoon enTerToinmenT. BELOW: Al- excrnder's Rock Time Bond vvds one of The com- bos providing rnusic Tor Mo-ie Dcly. TT i Y A as Q- ,ggi i 5 fs 1- ,.,......,,.,-. e 5? , 1 as . 1 Qi Jew' s 1. 4' A.,--p "-' -P? ,LO-, ts WMM 1119 .lv-5 uf. 52 31-v n - -e A . 'ny 'S Ev' Q QQ. ' 4'-1' ,, A .J-. TOP LEFT: An imporfonf messoge in 1968. BOTTOM LEFT: Alpho Xi's whole floof Won Top honors. RIGHT: A mobile bonol unif. BE- LOW: The elecTion yeor porode sow mony politicol nofes. BOT- TOM: Losr but not Ieosf, o Trib- uTe To The pouse Thor refreshes. FOR FAIR HOUSEIN G HOMECOMING f, . Z" E W' I .. V 4 H A I K if - ff' X ff NJ PRINCESS LIN DA 3'-Q ,rf , r' T Mn u 4 , n fxgsmc N, -V' T,-he ' 1. xl Wifi? - H.- Jw,- 1.31, 'K nf. as 5 . .j , 5 . W, 'fx , x,,,x. ... fl: 212 . . 4,1 W ,' .,, q. ,-A, +341 ix Homecoming '68 VViTh a Spanish Theme, The UniversiTy of Nebraska aT Omaha held iTs T968 home- coming. FesTiviTies began Thursday nighT vviTh a bonfire, a pep rally and The crown- ing of The T968 Homecoming Princess, Linda Lindamood. Also highlighTing The evening were The inTroducTion OT Homecoming can- didaTes and The UNO TooTball Team. The cheerleaders, Ipmauoes and lndiannes led a pep rally in anTicipaTion of The Homecom- ing Game SaTurday beTween UNO and Washburn, Thursday nighT's TesTiviTies were climaxed by a giganTic bonfire which marked The beginning oT Homecoming. ABOVE: SororiTy sisTers congraTulaTe T968 Homecoming Princess, Linda Lindamood. LEFT: Carol Molsbee enTerTains specTaTors aT Thursday nighT Homecoming TesTiviTies. RIGHT: STudenT Council PresidenT Randy Owens inTroduces Homecoming Princess, Don Darling? e'q' TS wf O .ow-'gif Ol e-MQ Highlights A Spanish lunch, a car bash, inTra- mural sporTs and The Homecoming Dance highlighTed Friday's Homecom- ing acTiviTies. The Homecoming Dance was held in The BullTighT ring aT The Civic AudiToriUm as UNO sTudenTs danced To The music of The Rumbles. SaTurday, UNO's Indians added more exciTemenT To The TesTiviTies wiTh Their vicfory over Washburn. A concerf by singer Bobby VinTon capped UNO's T968 Homecoming. BELOW: Cheer- leader Clark Rudeen and Ouampi Lloyd RoiTsTein cheer UNO Indians on To ci 47-O vicTory. RIGHT: Singer Bobby VinTon capTivaTes UNO sTUdenTs aT Homecoming concerT. LEFT: Car bash sponsored by Alpha Epsilon Pi was iusf one of The many acTiviTies of UNO's '68 Homecoming. sw W -,U Q, , Q iff, wg., .ww ,,-f 4 -- K , Y ' V L ff U., ,L x 1 ,Y , 9 My , ...--- , Z 3 T 2 S L u .J H , , M - ---- - l -'A AS , X-o,..f. 4-A 5 215 f 1 6 'l Q 3, j. 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BE- LOW: Judges tor this year's contest were World-Herald photographer Richard Jandag KETV City Editor Jon Postong KMTV News Director Mark Gautier: Omaha Star photo- grapher Benny Johnsong and Chamber ot Commerce VVomen's Director, Barbara Botsch. RIGHT: Veteran Television announc- er Cal Kirshen emceed this years contest, O Q, f fx -x 'J X. 'f 1. 1 8 g Y -Nz. Wk 'ii' an mai if 5 I ., 1 in 5 1 ' l w , 'liek 1 gk -.N t 4 4 ps on an ' ' 4 1 9 A Q , gb '1 1 a lst X r.,x, ' I' vw AA x Q. 14 R I ff .q,A3 WH , , if . ,ski X fin Vx . if - x, b A E QF Qyfsa- XX A Ni... V W W3 .. . Q, , Q21 Q5 px : Qipw ' i , at 1 .,f . 5 , sh' 3 . ' . . , ,..., . K x 1 EQ " A N K Wffias 5, , vw.+g1,R,.pgzgfuQ,1 - -V-ggflsi, V,-A , , 221 si .ff fi! L , 4' 5 N sv X S x N KS. 'Atl VJ .. 3.x ,Lg 5 3,346 11' QQ if , 'gi' ' 41,5 an Ht, 9. Li , 'fi in 1 ' iv 'V MM M ,I 1, if 1 , H Vw W J' X fi, V fp' " , , ,A nr Wy w, ' j fr' ' , K , V 1 , ' A , if I , Q 47? 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BACK ROW: Head Coach Al Caniglia, Alan Burke, Tom Jarrefr, Lloyd Wil- liams, Willie Brye, Bill Wachfler, Rich Redlinger, Ron Sayers, John Sfoner, Phil Wise, Dave Adams, Gary Peters, Rocco Gonella, Gary Paporello, Bob Krietner, AssisTanT Carl Meyers, assisTanT Don Warchorn. THIRD ROW: assis- Tonr Don Benning, Mel Washington, Frances Reagan, Dom Polifrone, Rich Surber, Robin Cornmings, PaT Smagacz, Buddy Belifz, John Huescher, Tom McKernon, Harry Johnson, Billy Walker, LayTon, Refledge, Dan Marfin, Ray Shaw, Don Franklin, Team Trainer Wayne Wagner. SECOND ROW: GraduaTe assisTonT Lewis Garrison, Tom McGinn, Ted Scholz, George Bauer, John Dice, Stan STandifer, Gary Kipfrniller, Joe Kenclziershi, Richard Luger, John Bren- nan, Pat Ryan, Jim Cigolini, Dennis Carovillano, Dean Hoakanson, Ed Jackf son, Tony Crnkovich, Dale Becker, Bob Kelly. FIRST ROW: Lancly Waller, Bob Taylor, Oscar Pulliam, Pefe Smagacz, Rick Emcick, Fernando Mesa, Waren Williams, Charles Cannon, Allen DeviTT, Al Pallone, Chuck Ebeler, Ricky STandifer, Dick Buzbee, Tim McGill, Bernie Kanger, Schuckman, Richard Peferson. Dan Klepper, Rich 'Hin- My my J. -sr if if si T -JF 'Z WN 'R 6 my rl H e L :Mfg wr. fr. 45,1 fx 'QQ-ses if I VV . .... 'WW' fm ..J"ll'T+,'rA5Zu . 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BACK: AssisTonT Coach Frank Spenceri, Head Coach Jim Borsheirn. fist. .Q-S17 4 'T'Em'-bf'f75 4, 31 Y i Rfk i .r""' - E K 'sz' 7' :.:n?"" M.-aiu if W.-un. -.susan qw 4 rr --1-f 9 4 247 4 i And So On... Dan Klepper, offensive guard for The Indians, was selecfed a member of The firsT Team NaTional AssociaTion of Infercollegiafe AThleTics All-Amer- ican afTer The season. Klepper, a 6-3, 245-pound graduafe of Omaha SouTh complefed his eligibilify This season and was draffed in The ninTh round of The pro fooTball draft by The Kansas CiTy Chiefs. Jean Arring- dale, a senior, was selecTed queen of The 1968 College World Series in June. Fred Gerardi inherifed one of The Toughesf iobs on campus when he replaced Mike Moran as Sporfs lnformaTion Direcfor in SepTember. Gerardi had a big hand in organizing The Nafional WresTIing Tournamenf. l'r" f I O 5,3 all J fff X ,, I N 5' ' L-1 1 if 51, 5 J' J 42 qi B .W 7X Sv! ,gc If ,af 's N 'X-""-Q 251 MN Raef gt:-r . w km: A s 1 ir w++..af,.Q. . vw, 2 k Qfrk . ' if f -'95, 'f ,E 1 "Ng, . ' . :gi wmyggi 2 .A . 1 H A KJKS J kkkk p.,ff'-'M ':" M .wgqwwa-iff, f I ' ,--. ko-we--. -, ,gig A V-, iw i v . . . 1 fx. - W. B N-.im N QQ. 4 Hs'-...."' --" W 'N 'A 11,55 " if ' .. 3 N ,, . fu, - J M..,.-,.r- .-.f ,- n k,M-xsijr ' ,:.',...f1' ' f4..a:fm...-. -L 254 TIMME satis ' "Fi , If, ,W554 1 ... . 1 s Y I - ,R Jw' +3 i, -0 1. ' f ' f , ,:- 1 ,r . - ' , 'Y' N4 VISITOR Belles, Beaus Lead Cheers For Indians The University of Nebraska at Omaha cheerleading sauad consists ot eight attractive, energetic coeds and four exuberant males. Together they produce enough cheers to give any team with low spirits the will to win. ABOVE, ROW ONE: Gary Domet, Clark Rudeen, John Norton, Chip Shaw. ROW TWO: Stephanie Brown, Debbie Eggers, Sue Tokarski, Linda Kolell, Captain Joan Fulton, Joan Thomas, Robbie Sager, Karen Rozgall. Golf, Tennis ABOVE: The Indian golfers were last place finishers in the Central Intercollegiate Con- ferences tournament at Miracle Hill in Omaha. The team shot a combined total ot 980, 47 oft the fast pace of 933 set by Fort Hays State. BELOW: The Indians placed last in the Central Intercollegiate Conference tournament with a season record ot 3-6. Bob Williams, tar right, gained the only point on the Indian team against his Pitts- burg opponent. ABOVE: John Robbins, Larry Villhow, Jim Garrett, back, Ed Freeburg, Ed Baburelc, Paul Gubi, Ted Taylor. BELOW: Jerry Giles, Wayne Russell, Bob Williams, Tim Classen, Greg Classen, Dennis Morrissey, Coach Bor- sheim. I ,n Q... Golfers, Neiiers Fini h In Conference Basement Qlm M...-Q. mu-vi. ..w .lu l ,.s.fw, afi'A4: r' ,. f. r J, 4 ,Spf f 1 J , f 5 ' ,ff Jg2'f'.f K 4.2 If M! 5-fr! in X is j ""'f' 3 2 kk :f'f J 'Bn "Q U7 II' at ' S irq! 'f-'Eg see 5. x..i iii tif 24" 'Q ,, is m 'K sc Indiannes The lndiannes, led loy Co-Captains Mary Hayes and Ginny Hronek, instill school spirit in The crowds during halt- tirne with their precision marching and drills. It takes hours of practice for these young women and the results add spice to Indian athletic contests. 1. Jane Balclerston 2. Jane Lebens 3. Roclyn Nord 4. Marlene Schroeder 5. Karen Oberg 6. Jeanine Giller 7. Joey Vacek 8. Diana Ervin 9. Jackie Hammer 10. Mary Italia 1 1. Sue Rice 12. Madelene Schroeder 13. Cherylhlaughn 14. Linda Bucy 15. Gail Soucie I 16. Sue Goepper 17. Mary Beth Hayes lcofcaptainl 18. Barb Harneft 19. Linda Hlaveka 20. Mary Ann Olsen 21. Dava Fuerst 22. Ginny Hronek lco-captainl 23. Linda Covault 24. Melissa Olson 25. 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Q1 f . -K I l Wm 45 '4 . 5 , 3 J' Cheering the team on to victory are the lpmauoes. Each girl must work hard in or- der to be selected into membership. The girls are expected to attend all games and promote attendance to them. 1. Monie Hokanson 2. Joyce Klingorth 3. Karen Jorgenson 4. Jean ltaska 5. Faye Huey 6. Donna Londay 7. Karen Schwarzlander 8. Pat McCormack, Secretary 9. Lynne Landon, Treasurer 10. Shirley Mixon 11. Kathy Barrett 12. Liz Rott 13. Jeanie Werthman 14. Jean Arringdale, President 15. Mariie Johnson 16. Marianne Sant 17. Jackie Riley 18. Nancy Slagle 19. Cheryl Sparano 20. Jackie Hammer 25 Rainouis Mar Indian Chances For head baseball Coach Virgil Yelkin's young Team iT wasn'T a maTTer of beaTing opposiTion lasT season buf a maTTer of beaT- ing The weaTher. Bogged down by TransienT sTorms, The hurlers were washed off The pracTice field, ouT of games and ouT of a comparable I967 record of 22-7. Ten of YeIkin's regular season games were rained ouT, dropping The 1968 record To I3-8. Laced wiTh rookies and iniuries To The sTarT- ing line-up, The Indians sTumbled Through Their schedule againsT such sTiTf compeTiTion as Oklahoma CiTy UniversiTy and Phillips University. Never daunTed, The Indians came back, coasTing inTo The CIC TournamenT on sTrong defensive play. Ahead of The pack in The double eliminaTion Tourney, The hurl- ers baTTled Their way To The Tinals againsT DisTricT IO champion Emporia. Needing Two wins The I-IorneTs sTung The OU nine in The TirsT oT a double header, 5-3, Then came back To wash The Indians ouT of The CIC Championship, The year wasn'T all hearT- aches Tor The TalenTed coach, however. Yel- kin was selecTed To manage The UniTed STaTes Baseball FederaTion Team aT Mexico. Yelkin, who is in his TwenTy-TirsT season as head menTor Tor The Indians garnered simi- lar honors The summer of l967. Traveling To Winnipeg, ManiToba, Yelkin managed The UniTed STaTes enTry in The Pan American games. ROW ONE: Larry Pilgrim, Erv Rehder, Frank Hurt, Jack Monzingo, Dale LorTz, Rich Lang, Larry Carlson, Bill Myers, Randy Craft, Steve Sargent. ROW TWO: Coach Meyers, Lew Garrison, Dick Davis, Jim Langen- bach, Joe Velardi, Larry Gomez, Bob Davis, Paul Vechio. ROW THREE: Coach Yelkin, Denny Jorgenson, Lou Billimeir, Denny Jones, Denny Johnston, Jim OpiTz, Dave Garland, John Doppen, Mike Rice, Man- ager Randy Dingleman. 60 Yelkin Manages . . T am ' 4 at 5 'GLR W W. . ,ai www: i ,- ig 551, W 'swf Track, Cross Cou niry Coach Lloyd CardweII's track and cross country teams en- ioyed better than average success. The track team finished fourth in the CIC championships but managed several sec- ond place finishes in the indoor and outdoor season. Card- weII's harriers notched a 6-4 mark and ran in the NAIA District II tournament in Elmwood Park. Cross Country, ABOVE, ROW ONE: Coach Lloyd Cardwell, John Haney, Bob Franzese, Gary Garabrandt, Charles Washington, Mike Melia, Larry Weller. ROW TWO: Jerry Shook, Dave Olson, Gordon Sweeney, Bob Gheringer, Rich- ard Carey, Ray Smith, Jim McMahon. Track, OPPOSITE PAGE, ROW ONE: Bob Brantz, Max Kurz, Jim Nelson, Dave Comfort, Harry Johnson, Bob Franzese, Dave Oman. ROW TWO: Coach Lloyd Cardwell, Ray Smith, Gary Garabrandt, Bob Gehringer, John Haney, Jim McMahon, Richard Carey, Gor- don Sweeney, Don Glasgow, Bruce Jennings, Rich Anderson, Paul Gubi, Terry Wardrobe, Rich Ducharme, Assistant Coach Don Watchorn. H " ' 1... Harriers, Track T am Enioy Successful Year 9? ,L I : 1 -Z ,M , 64 Intramural Program Offers Wide Variety lntromurols, open To dll men and women carrying ot leost six hours, moy not exhibit The Tolent thot is present on The vorsity field but certdinly There is ds much en- Thusiosm. 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I Q 1, . ,J ' fi., Iififif fm. ull" 35 ' f - ' fp v, "1 f ' ' I YL ' ' -,ff-' f , g, L. 1,1 -..'f' JL' - ' SENIOR 27 an ul ur W-fm' 1 .K ni. ,. ,..F4"" .- au, .... -o.,N ,i 'L Agn ff' in ,W ., Ji A! 7 74 Barbara Abraham Michael Acker Thomas Acton Dennis Adaams Ann Adams Eldon Adams James Adams John K. Adams John W. Adams Rufus Adams Judy Agosto Thomas Aidif Alfred Albright Larry Alexander Kenneth Allbee Charles Allen Ernest Allen Jr. Janis Allgood Jack Alsup Jack Anderson Q'-fl - ... , ' . i fkiifi A f l isiif i p Y XR x 'fr'- Q 0 - x- .ka X ,r , it J Y l .Mk u xi ,ww M ,, l ,lr 'A' VN mi is Lonnie Anderson Martha Anderson Richard Anderson Sharyl Anderson Marvin Archer Rodolf Arguello James Armour Richard Arns Leonard Ash Leslie Ash Perry Assenheimer Robert Aten Jan Atwell Leonard Axtman Gerald Ayres Arnold Azamar Alan Babbitt Dexter Babcock Jr. Sheldon Babenclure Frank Babic Pete Backes George Backhurst Paul Bailey Jerome Bain Connie Baker Elvin Baker Franklin Baker Gary Baker 7 William Ballard James Bard Rayford Barnes Gilbert Barrett Lorraine Baska Vicki Bates Jeanne Battiato George Baver Charles Baumgart Edwin Bave Kenneth Beason Michael Beall James Bechtell Gerald Beem Stan Belitz Gilbert Beltran Richard Benedict Joseph Beninato James Berg Gilbert Berry Prentice Besore Kathleen Betcher Molook Bidari John Bishop Richard Bittner Richard Bitzer John Blacketer Michael Blanchard Robert Blankenship Clay Blanton Gary Bloedorn Lauerence Bloom John Bogocz James Bolan Jon Boller Ralph Bonner George Boone Daniel Bosserman Susan Bowen Francis Bowler Ronald Bowling Richard Boyer Waller Boyer Judy Bradley James Branson Lee Brawner Lynn Brawner Glen Bridges Donald Briggs Larry Brockelsby Arthur Brogley Ira Brodsky George Brown Lawrence Brown Melvyn Brown Charles Brode r .,,. -Q . ,A arm :r s ,Em f ' W if 1 , ,r me G' a 'SBS -7 1 " li 'Sy- i Q'-7 fi I rp l Q l JW: ' 1 ,yijfs 4, 1 , J , '42a 5. 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M -sum WV! 7 Dale Bryant Jimmy Buclcholts Norman Buettner Joseph Burke Margretta Burke Carol Burns Valentino Butera Eulous Butler Thomas Byrnes Bennie Collis Paul Calmes Robert Campain Catherine Campbell Warren Campbell Ruben Cardia Sandra Capoccia Carol Carlgren Archie Carpertiere Wallace Carlson Bennie Carnahau David Carter Norman Carter Andrew Casey Julius Cassels Nancy Caster William Ceely Alvin Chamerlain Clarence Chancey Norman Chandler Alton Clark -My 'Wak- Afx Carlton Clark John Clark Richard Clark Jr. John Class Dennis Clay Anita Clayrer Kenneth Cleaver James Clifton Kendel Cofell Royce Cole John Coleman Phyllis Coleman Julius Collado Thomas Collins Mary Colvin Kathleen Conety Frank Conlgllo Emll Conley Manuel Conley Charles Cook Spencer Cooper Robert Cooper Frederick Cordes Donnely Cowan Jeannene Craig Douglas Cramer Bruce Crandall Darwin Crockett Arthur Cronk John Culbreth Don Darling Francls Dargavage Judy Darge James Daughety Davld Davis ,f 1' bf' Charles Dawes William Deary Fredric Deeley John DeGeorge John Demgen Ivan Denisenko Harold Dennis Dianne Desler Dorothy Desmond Robert Deuchler Nathaniel Deuel Mellanee Devall Roy Dickens Robert Dietrick Jerry Dlggle Porter Dillon Raymond Dimmick Robert Dobeck Walter Doggett David Doherty 'VX fx' fly -gpm-9 "2"v.us, i-- 1311 ..-..g,, 'L"'4Fl -QJQV 9 'u -, , 'ns FA 4: 1 1 3 . Q u u "N H4 s Martha Dohse Gail Doll Frederick Donnen Wayne Dorough Richard Douceffe Edward Downing Diane Drew Philip Drew Terrai Drew Steven Driml Danny Dryden John Dubler w. . W ISP Q' 1: . Rf . 1 .M , , H - 1'iE55ff3?7iililiiiiiiinlii' . ' 1, '- 5' ' rrrr .,i .m ezirzfzfi i xx Q .. . M, . .M ., ' - "ig - ... , . .fm N ,,....1, ... W' 'V 35" " 5" fiiiiiitf?iEEEiY::f:1i::-4:f Wx.-. nf We :limit ' 'Dlx I' MH. X Q X 5 2 r 31.3. X vt 5 R Q 3 'X " ruse 1 gg x X 'ui 4: i x 2 fs 5 S ,Q Lf Di r. A uf l i ?"q wil gl ws ga, , .5 ' ix. 1, r It "2 ,Q Q2 if ' f , . 7 21 wmazmfr 2 ?vagf 'Q17'w"f , . X1 ".4?Zexf1w v, WJ. r. ...K ,ly , 4 -1.- s l 3 , if V Q, , f IQX ., p A' 5 1 'Q . 's . R J-A. f, S J agp? ., ' ft 4. WH ' ll a" iii 'LE ,f" 7 hw' ww-:fn Joe Dudd Clyde Duncan Robert Dunne Norman Dynneson Robert Ecirley Ralph Ebener Michael Eckley Phillip Edgin Elden Edmonds Alvin Edwards Clifford Edwards Joy Edwards Ronald Edwards Thurston Egan Rudolf Egersdorfer Donald Ellis John Elliott William Elliott Roger Elmer William Elsasser Caroline Engdahl Thomas Engelke Marion England John Englebretsen Robert Emerson Jay Erdmann 284 Genevieve Evankovich Hector Evans Richard Evans Harry Farenga Douglas Farmer William Farrell Allan Farris Richard Fazio Steve Featherstone Lawrence Felber sky:- fig Txcftv X .ga a ,AF 'Wi W ' 'it' - . 'Wi 3 wi- hz Q4 if 9 t ,Ox Am "tit ' z X lim INN M. Jean Fentress Gary Ferns George Ferrara James Ferrell John Fiarkoski Ann Fields John Fischer Gerald Fitzpatrick George Flatbush Bruce Fleming Carroll Fleming Rosemary Flores Cheryl Ford John Ford Robert Fowler Frederick Foye Fred Franklin Albert Frasier Herbert Freeman Alvin French Dava Fuerst Richard Fuhrman Steven Follerton Joan Fulton Jeanette Gafner Carol Gaines 6 Ernest Gally Travis Gammill David Gardner Chester Garrefi James Garvey Jr. Christine Gembica Kaihy Gerry George Geyer Clinton Gibson Donald Gibson Robert Gibson Lloyd Gimple Floyd Gipson Ellis Gilleland Roberi' Girard Leon Givler Bruce Goefz Melvin Goff Jerry Gohr Judi Goldberg Bill Golleher Nil il' 1 , , 3 i 2 51533-wr ,avi an N 1 I ,iyi -f ' , V 9 2 W4 A- v X31 1 , Q 5 ' X K L. M? 1 .. .Y f' N, . 1 QXSJ9' -1. N M . MQ. . . . :,' 'fi-W. x :Ji 17 .' ,J QM, ,. .2 1 I t g n , I . -- M . , 'K far' ', ' . fkmev . ,wg ,V X, . , , , 1' f ,Lg-Q Q , A ' iw . N K .-0" i Q! 1 'v Ks -mf' bl. A. 2 f.N,. 'QW' ' -,W ,A 6 V' ,N Murice Green Patricia Green Donald Gregg William Greguras Jack Griffith John Gru bmuller Christopher Gould Gary Graham Robert Grande Janice Grasmick Robert Gray Tony Grcevic Jack Green M. Jane Green ff' S! 0' in wx, x ,4 7 34' ,. 4' r Ki Walter Gruff Stephen Guenther Eldon Gunderson John Gurzinski Linda Gusrafson Gerald Gutaski Zev Hadash Edward Haddix Luella Hahn Donald Hall George Hall Donald Haluza Donald Haman John Hamilton Gary Hammack Lois Handley David Hansen Janice Hansen Jerome Hansen Randcliff Haniman James Harlur Marvin Hardin Willie Harper Claude Harris Edgar Harris Merlin Harris Hugh Harrison Robert Harrison Lawrence Haughey William Havelka Donald Hawley Mary Hayes Patricia Hayes Earl Heath John Hedges Thomas Heenan Gail Hegarty Sfeve Hegarfy Cecil Heggarry Donald Heida Jr. Frances Herek Mary Hevek Vesta Hewitt Jerry Hicks Benny Himes Roberf Hladik Joseph Hochstrasser W. Thomas Hoese Barbara Hoffman George Hoffman Vincent Hogan John Holly Burton Holmes Allan Holmes George Holton Sharon Holton Shelia Homan James Hoover Lloyd Hoover Thomas Hopkins Martin Hornig Ig' , 'Q V ,,-,., rr. P -. lpn. 2 5 il 'IF QQ mg.. 291 Bernard Hothem Judy Houchin Harry Howard Jack Howay Penelope Huebscher Charles Hughees Howard Hughes Eugene Hultman Wallace Hunt Margie Hunter Dean Huntley Edward Huff Albert Hutson Darwin Hydeen Takako Ikeda Virginia Inclan John Irving Carol Jackson Robert Jackson Ben Jacobs Kay Jacobsen Richard Janese Mary Clare Janousek Donald Jefferson Shelia Jelinek Robert Jenkins Roger Jirka Charles Johnson Edwin Johnson William Johnson Joseph Jolley Robert Jones William Joplin Joseph Josh George Joyner I I f ,. 'fir ii? E . fgw an my 5 ll, " N ' 'bl Y YQ' ' an Q x, v ,MN ismgp. J in , riff I 5 xv! 'ka Nancy ,lunge Thomas Kahley Luther Kallarn Melody Kahm Cheryl Kahnk Karen Kammmh Richard Kamensky RoberT Kamstra 'fini Herbert Karrer Qi Barbara Karstens in Eugene Kathol ,ix GX, y Edward Kaufmann Carol Keefover -.dx 5' Thomas Keeney NF' elgy John Kehres Drana Kennedy Michael Kelly Roberf Kerrigan William Kesfer Patricia Kefrleborough 94 James Killelfe Donald Kisicki John Klein Sisfer Noreen Kluthe Michael Kmiecik Daniel Knighf Frank Knofek John Kizlin Diane Kolasky Kathryn Koepff l Wh 1 gyw-r Q Mini I -V J W we Y. r f. I sr, ,. IIA '1- i 1 S h Z ua: hwy John Kohrell James Kohsohlas Maureen Kopecky Gary Kopecky Paulette Koloen Ralph Kottke James Kovanda Edward Kowalozyk Ronald Krasko Arthur Kreger Joel Kreger Gary Krieger Harold Krimsky Frank Kramenachev George Kruppenback Louis Kucirek Joseph Kulick Mary Kunrz James Kurtz Edwin Kusnel Jean Laaker Kenneth Lambrachr Geroge Landon Vickie Landon Lester LaPorTe Jack Larson William Larson John Larman Boyd Lauritsen Luke LaVergne Harvey Lawson John Layman Glenna Lee Carl Lemon Fred Lemr 2 Harold Lenz Poy Lew Thomas Lewis Larry Light Albert Lilly Karen Linnan Alan Linolph Frank Lindauer Clark Lippert Larry Lockhart Janeen Loftis William Loftus Willie Lopez Norman Love Wililam Lowe Frank Lozito David Ludwig Ronald Ludwig David Lund Kenneth Lund Richard Lunclgren Susan Lundstram James Lynch Kay MacDonald James Macey Frank Madd Barbara Madsen Astride Magon Paula Magzamin Joyce Mahan Leslie Maine Erwin Maiest David Mallet Eubert Malone Roland Manarin 3j,l,n,. . 1 sw Y if if -,. i xv 21,11 Z , ,gy 5, if " 4, if 11 , is if . 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'iii " '41 Gary Mohnsen George Mohrmonn Walter Moore Timothy Moran Harry Morris James Moss Beverly Movauec Donald Moray Neil Morgensen Doreen Moritz Suzanne Mortensen Kathryn Moorow James Morris Charles R. Moore George Money Nancy Manfag Charles B. Moore Melvin Moore Maurice Moore Ann Moray Gus Moutos Keith Mulford James Mulry John Mumford John Munson Kenneth Murncin Claive Murphy James Myers Ron Nagel Ichiro Nakamura Fumiko Nakano Bob Narmore Carl Nueton Frank Newton Steven Nielsen Darlene Nocita Denris Noble Billy Nolen Richard Nordberg Gary Norton Charles Norveil Tom Novak 1 553'-f!15J'i7Z'i2i39 . ' xi v'-J . ,,,4W i soqffffqfwrifltifffaffifftl V V K 1!?f,ffd2" i Q lk rr rg, 5 . 'TJ ' ,YQ wi 1 S 'it f f ' ,Q ' , 'uf 56 ,fi 1 ,1ff1:'fw?5f,-apfg,,a',1f , 5-.wg-' em m,,g M ayyyy. fm l ' , K ,i., Q, ,,,. . , , , X. i ,, .M ' i - avi.: i lr., 74, o , My ,. L :-25 46? , , 5' ' if if ' 1 'a ff' 'L 1 i Ms. .' t AV - if 4 8 1 in Q it ' Z. 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'Xi 44. , James Nye David O'Denius Harold Oelwmke Fred Ogle Edward O'Hara John Ohnsfad William O'Keefe David Oman Dennis Ondilla Donivan Orrgies Arthur Osborne Bradley Osgood Susan Pachman Dale Parker Melvin Parker Pani Parker William Parker Joan Parkerson Claire Passer David Pastor Miles Paiten Thaddeus Paiferson Linda Paulsen Alfons Pawol Patti Pease Leonard Pedersen Francis Perella Glenn Perkins Arthur Perretta Donald Pe-sek Jane Pesek Larry Peterson Stuart Peterson Kathleen Piccolo Donald Pierce John Pierce Kenneth Place Charlotte Plack Noelle Plog Carmen Polan Raymond Poore James Pospichal Ruth Potash John Prescott Oscar Pulliam James Quinlan Harold Rademacher Lloyd Raff William Rauch Raymond Rawe David Ray Roger Rachow Earl Reed Joyce Reece Pierce Reese Jerry Reel Jerry Rees Karen Reigle Craig Reisser Sylvia Rex C. H. Rgnonti Harold Richardson James Richardson Frank Richnak Ruth Richter Bruce Rickley Ronald Risley Sharon Ritz Alfred Roberts Harold Roberts Wayne Robinson Raymond Rodgers Joseph Roell Carol Roettner Bobby Rogers Federico Romero Victor Rothschild Joseph Rotolo Mary Lois Roucek Richard Rouse Norma Rough George Royle Alphonzo Rudd Alvin Ruiz Raymond Russell Kim Rust Sheila Ryan William Sachett Regina Sampers Lawrence Sardoni Alfred Schaffner Robert Schenler Lawrence Schiefer Ronald Schiltz Michael Schinker Elaine Schlinger George Schuelz Howard Schmidt Jack Shmid Stephen Schechloth Donald Schueler John Schultz Jerry Scott Edgar Sears Joey Sedlacek Darrell Seidler James Sewell Edwin Shilks Patricia Shreves Sanford Sisco William Sickenberger Robert Skiles 304 K---. 5.1. 1 r, -. . 'L .1 t s R" Sgiiwf, f :..:. , . , -1- 1. U"-EFJYRV w 'QM F11 rw ,, 1 wif' -Q 'WB wa f 'lf , J i '54 4 -. E 2135 Q iw . ffF5?5lfi:fr I , , Wy kk,,k ,. I ff. , ,,'N H W J We syyes at as fr ,-" zy, . r"i' rf? C rr' 1 1 f if Q' , 1 I f -. ri .ri w l gy, 5. I ,, . 7 isa t f 4-QPU!" ge, , Q rv "iQ" Sf' W!! Lifll' Wifi 4? ff an F' Phyllis Stephens Dolly Sudavicius Herbert Sklar Connie Skokan Carol Skoland Judy Slader Stuart Sloan Duane Slocum Harriett Slusky Cynthia Smith Denby Smith Edward Smith Walter Smith William Sueshenburg Steven Soucek Alan Spence Gregory Spevak Carl Springle Harry Slasinos Ronald Stauffer David Steele Gary Slegman Brian Stemverman Thelma Stevens Jacquelin Stevenson Ronald Stewart J. Thomas Steyer Gary Strnad 305 Alphonzo Sutherland John Sutherland Dion Swanson Barbara Swenson Laverne Syring Thomas Szemplenski Ferd Tankersley Theodore Taranowski Reginald Taylor Daryl Taylor Reily Teague Gladys Teal Hoshall Thomas Ronald Thurber Carol Thurman Robert Tilton David Toplon Irving Torress James Tragessen Maryrose Troniar Myron Truloclc Ralph Tuuri Donald Tyhursf Susan Uman William Urban Charles Vacek Charles Vanderloo Robert Vandeven Valerie Vandrey Bob VanMoarleghem Donald Vaughn John Vanek Carl Vierck John Vipond III Paul Vnencak Joanne Volenec Paul Volz William Vonderfe Ronald Wagner Ray Walden Liane Waldman Ronald Walker 306 nik ,cgi kg Wins Q-auf' Em Qiily. 'r or 72 a 1 .1 4 as-1. 'ave Q if f 'Sex L 3 y k K 1 ft sts , W is W is its is Francis Walsh John Walshe Edwin Ward Nancy Warner Carol Watkins James Webster Dwyer Wedvick Leo Weeks John Wells Linda Wemmer Mary Werner George Whaley James Wheatley Fred Wheeler Edward Whipple George Whitcomb Elinor Whitman Donald Wiek Dorothy Wilkins George Wilkins Joe Willims Patricia Williams James Willis Ernie Wilson Donald Winters Robert Williams Jerome Wingert Richard Wittekind John Woiahn Paul Wolf Ernest Wood Russell Wood Elmer Woodard Robert Worth Judith Wright William Zarowsky Lawrence Ziska Edward Zobrist Richard Zoeter John Zotcavage Charles Zulfer Eugene Zupsic 307 .nfyrffgfrv mf , 4 Z M, H .MA J MM: I V M, MM f y " '14 4? 2' 4+ H W' :xg 2 nw, ,kg A , fwwyffw' if W 'W ,Www ,V Q :Q 308 5 9 l've looked at life from both sides now, from win and lose and still somehow If's life's illusions I recall I really don'f know life at all. 'N nw QQ. 5 .5 'gr Q' 312 313 George Philip - 277 Brown, 3 A Abdouch, Donna Marie - 155 Abel, Janet Lee - 69,167 Abraham, Barbara Jean - 274 Absher, Bruce Monroe - 177 Achey, Michael David - 104 Acker, Andrew Bruce A 146 Acker, Michael Roy - 274 Ackers, Ruth - 167 Acton, Thomas David - 274 Acuff, James Meadows - 179 Acuft, Susan Lynn - 114,120 Adams, Eldon - 274 Adams, Ann Michele - 274 Ba ker, Elvin Gerald - 275 Baker, Franklin D. - 275 Baker, Harvey Howard - 175 Baker, Richard Darwin - 108 Balderston, Jane Ellen - 172, 257 Baldwin, Patricia Ann - 106 Ballard, William - 276 Banghart, Judith Marie - 64, 68,102,1 Barbendure, Harvey - 1 18 Bard, James Fern, Jr. - 276 Bariss, Nicholas - 130 Barker, Marjorie Jo - 142 Barker, Stephen Michael - 183 Barnes, Micheal John - 112 Barnes, Raytord Neil - 276 Adams, Denis Lee - 141, 274 Adams, Janes David - 274 Adams, John King - 274 Adams, John Wilburn - 110, 274 Adams, Malcolm Weldon A 131 Adams, M. Chaucer - 113 Adams, Rufus Homer - 274 Adkins, Rosemarie Andree - 157, 158 Agosta Judy Ann A 274 Aidif, Thomas Hadge - 274 Akers, Ruth Ellen - 69 Albright Alfred - 144, 274 Alexander, Larry Gene - 146, 274 Allbee, Kenneth Eugene - 274 Allen, Charles William - 274 Allen, Ernest G., Jr. - 274 Allen, Gregory Charles - 186 Allen, Helen - 131 Allgood, Janis Kay - 145,274 Allison, Marilyn Kay - 169 Alsup, Jack - 274 Ancona, Kristine Marie A 160 Anderson, Gary Stuart A 160 Anderson, J. Patrick - 104 Anderson Jack Budd - 107,114, 123, 274 Anderson, Keneth Edmund - 182 Anderson Lonnie Eugene - 275 Anderson Loren V. A 186 Anderson, Martha S. - 275 Anderson, Pat- 179 Anderson Richard Brooks - 262-275 Anderson, Sherry - 60 Anderson, Sharyl Sue - 275 Andre, Sara Yvonne - 170 Barr, Carolyn A 113 Barr, Richard Albin - 119 Barrett, Gilbert Charles - 276 Barrett, Kathleen Mary - 269 Barth, Sharon Kay - 106 Bartholomew, Barbara Mae - 69 Baska, Lorraine Marie A 276 Bates, Vicki Lee - 151, 276 Battiato, Jean Marie - 172,276 Baumgart, Charles Arthur - 276 Bave, Edwin Booth - 276 Beall, Michael Henry A 276 Beason, Kenneth Garrett- 113,276 Beazley, Patricia Ellen - 155 Bechtel, James M. - 276 Beck, Marianne Francis - 120,150,155 Beda, Phyllis Anne - 15 Beem, Gerald Patrick A 276 Behrer, John - 155 Beltiore, Mary Ann Louise - 103 Belitz, Stanley Edward - 114, 186, 276 Bell, Barbara Jean -142,172 Beltran, Gilbert- 276 Benak, Dr. J. V. - 119 Bender, Loren Eugene - 174 Benedict, Joe Ray - 175 Benedict, Richard Allen - 276 Beninato, Joseph John A 276 Bennett, Tom - 123 Benschoter, Leon - 50 Benson, Judith Ann - 170, 196 Bera, Jesse - 108 Beran, Wilbert J. - 119 Berbendure, Sheldon - 119 Berg, James Calvin - 128,276 Borden, Howard David - 157 Bosserman, David Clarence - 277 Bourne, Donna Lee - 167 Bowen, Susan Elise - 142, 149, 277 Bowler, Francis Nolan A 277 Bowling, Ronald Lewis - 277 Boyer, Richard Edward - 277 Boyer, Walter, Jr. A 277 Boyle, Susan Kay - 68, 167 Boysen, Paula Marie - 167 Bradley, Ann Marie - 157, 160 Bradley, Judy Lynn - 277 Brandenburg, Ann Marie -146 Branson, James - 277 Brantz, Robert - 262 Brasseur, Gary Vincent- 108 Brawner, Lee Calvin - 179, 277 Brawner, Lynn Craig - 179, 277 Brazelton, David Lloyd - 179 Breazier, Patricia Ann - 16, 167 Breci, Jonella Maria - 167 Breeding, Elizabeth Ann - 106 Breen, Maureen Cecilia - 172 Brennan, John Joseph - 177 Brice, Patrick George - 177 Bridges, Glen Carol - 277 Bridgewater, Donald Dale - 179 Bridgewater, Jon Dee A 117, 179 Briggs, Donald Tenyck - 277 Briggs, Duane A. - 179 Brilhart, Dr. John - 117 Brockelsby, Larry Lee - 154, 277 Brode, Charles Elmer - 277 Brodsky, Ira - 277 Carmichael, Robyn Mary - 114,160,168 Carnahau, Bennie - 278 Carothers, Robert Andrew - 108 Carpenter, Mark P. - 177 Carpentiere, Archie D., Jr. - 278 Carter, David Cook A 278 Carter, Dr. Elton - 52 Carter, Norman David - 278 Carter, Paul Steven - 187 Casey, Andrew Michael - 110, 114, 278 Cashman, James Patrick - 108 Caskey, Alison - 155 Caskey, Virginia Arlene - 155 Cassels, Julius Leslie, Jr. - 278 Caster, Nancy Maureen - 278 Catania, Mary Katherine - 68,146 Cecchin, Daniel Noel - 182 Cecil, James H. - 113 Ceely, William - 278 Chalupa, Linda M. - 155 Chamberlain, Alvin Leo - 278 Chamberlin, Roger Wayne - 179 Chamberlin, Steven Kent- 60, 66, 179 Chancey, Clarence Wade, Jr. - 278 Chandler, Robert Roll - 177 Chandler, Norman A 278 Chang, Perry - 107 Chase, Cynthia Mae A 106 Chatwood, Kathleen Marie - 169 Christensen, Christine M. - 65 Christensen, Gail P. - 115, 167 Christensen, Janet Lynn - 169 Christensen, Patricia Ann - 169 Christensen, Susan Kaye - 132 Brogley, Arthur Ernest - 144,277 Brown, Kay- 112,120,157 Brown, Lawrence - 277 Brown, Linda Joy - 169 Brown, Melvyn R. - 277 Brown Richard Alan - 157 Christian, Larry Lyle - 112,113 Christiansen, Stanley L. - 108 Andrews, Douglas Glen A 187 Andrews, Patricia Ann - 66 Anich, Milan Emil- 112 Anwyl, Richard Rowe - 177 Arburn, Kevin Charles A 179 Archer, Marvin Raymond - 129, 275 Arguello, Rodolfo Filemon - 275 Armour, James Joseph - 275 Armstrong, Richard Joseph - 69, 187 Arnold, Bruce Francke - 131 Arnold, Gerald Thomas - 67, 177 Arns, Richard Jerome - 275 Arringdale, Jean Fay - 169, 269 Arthur, Douglas Stuart- 175 Artry, Janice Marie - 131 Arnwihe, Dr. William - 118 Ash, Deanna May - 67, 68,123 Ash, Leonard James - 104, 183,275 Ash, Leslie Richard - 275 Aspen, John A. A 108 Assenheimer, Perry James - 275 Aten, Robert Louis - 275 Atwell, Jan L. - 275 Axtman, Leonard Florian - 275 Ayres, Gerald Francis - 275 Azamar, Arnold Arthur - 275 Bergen, Janet Marie - 169 Bergstrom, Randal Edward - Berrigan, Lynda Anne - 65, 170 Berry, Charles Ray - 179 Berry, Gilbert Linn - 276 Besore, Prentice Alan - 276 Betcher, Kathleen Ann - 276 Bidari, Molook Tina - 276 Bier, Margie Jeanne - 167,192 Biga, Kathleen - 167 Billimeir, Lou - 260 Bisbee, Sharon Kay A 123 Binder, Richard John - 177 Bishop, John Robert- 276 Bishop, Ronald Dale - 174 Bittner, Bitzer, Richard A 276 Richard L. - 276 Babbitt, Alan Bruce - 275 Babcock, Dexter, Jr. A 275 Babendure, Susan Kaye - 115 Babendure, Sheldon Arnold - 185, 275 Babic, Frank Emil, Jr. - 118, 275 Baburek, Edward James, Jr. - 254 Backes, Peter Eugene A 127, 275 Backhaus, Richard Lee - 123 Backhurst, George F. A 275 Backora, Linda Lee - 68, 102, 167, 193 Bailey, Dwight Wilbur -113 Bailey, Paul Owen - 275 Bain, Jerome S. - 275 Baker, Albert J., Jr. - 175 Baker, Connie Lee - 275 14 Blacketer, John Wesley - 276 Blackwell, John V. iDr.1 A 58 Blakey, Jeannie Sue -115,169 Blanchard, Michael Damien - 276 Blankenau, Britta L. - 145 Blankenship, Robert J. - 127, 276 Blanton, Clay Edwin - 276 Blazek, Janet Olive - 146 Bleicher, Joel Nathan - 133 Bliss, Priscilla - 172 Bloedorn, Gary Warren - 276 Bloom, Laurence Joel - 185, 276 Blubaugh, Joanne Mary - 150,155 Boagcez, Leonard - 108 Boae, Dottie A 68 Bochek, Victor Albert - 186 Bockelman, Leon Herman - 179 Bode, Dorothy Gay A 167 Bogacz, John Vincent- 276 Bogatz, Reiean M. - 172 Bogatz, William Edward, Jr. - 177 Boisen, Karen S. Rustad - 142 Bolan, James Russell - 276 Boller, Jon Paul- 276 Bonner, Ralph V. - 277 Booze, George - 277 Borcyk, Jacquelyn Ann - 126 Brown, Stephanie Lorraine A 254 Bruckner, Robert Edward A 127 Bryant, Dale Walter - 128, 278 Bryant, Jimmie Alpha - 108 Buckholts, Jimmy Elmont - 278 Bucy, LindaKay - 123, 257 Buettner, Norman Peter - 278 Buksnys, Vytenis, George - 119 Bullock, James Clayton - 175 Burbeck, Dennis John - 179 Burgess, Mary Catherine A 65, 115, 120 Burgett, Barbara Joanne - 106 Burgett, Christine Y. - 169 Burgett, Leonard L. - 130 Burke, Joseph A 278 Burke, Margretta Jean - 278 Burkhalter, Ray Joseph -.108 Burks, Linda Kay - 169 Burling, Rebecca Louise - 68, 103, 146, 169 Burnett, Wesley Walker - 157 Burns, Carol Lee - 278 Burns, Joseph Albert- 69, 117, 120 Burns, Michael Patrick A 179 Bush, Kelton Jay - 119 Butera, Valentino L. - 110, 278 Butler, Charles Paul A 120, 155 Butler, Eulous Sonny, Jr. - 278 Cigolini, James Paul- 177 Cisar, Ronald James - 179, 195 Clark, Alton Flowers - 278 Clark, Carlton Leon - 279 Clark, Charles Edward - 179 Clark, Davis - 128 Clark, Edwin lDr.l - 141 Clark, John Kirkpatrick - 279 Clark, Richard W., Jr. - 279 Clark, William Lawrence A 182 Class, John Brommer - 279 Classen, Gregory Marcus - 179, 254 Classen, John - 128 Classeu, Tim - 69,254 Byrd, Gerald Levon - 179 Byrnes, Thomas - 278 C Cady, Thomas Janes - 67, 177 Callis, Bennie Eugene - 278 Collis, Robert Edwin - 113 Calmes, Paul Monroe - 278 Campain, Robert - 278 Campbell, Carol Ann - 64 Campbell, Catherine - 278 Campbell, Michael - 127 Campbell, Patricia Louisa - 172 Campbell, Robert Gerard A 104 Campbell, Warren Grant - 130, 278 Capinas, Steven Albert - 128 Capoccia, John Steven - 278 Capoccia, Sandra Ann - 117 Carbia, Ruben A 278 Carey, Richard Dee - 262 Carlgren, Carol - 278 Carlock, Stanley Lynn - 119 Carlson, Larry Dennis - 260 Carlson, Wallace James A 278 Claussen, Connie - 126 Clawson, Helen Irene A 172 Clay, Dennis Roy - 279 Clayter, Anita Eyvette - 279 Cleaver, Kenneth Earl - 279 Clem, Michael Ralph - 123 Clements, Terrill James - 115 Cleveland, John Michael- 112 Clifton, James Donald - 279 Cody, John Carroll A 123,179 Coe, Marilyn Jean -169 Cotell, Kendel - 279 Coftelt, Lloyd Edwin, Jr. - 112 Cohen, Harvey A 185 Cole, Andrea D. - 105 Cole, Royce Wencil - 279 Coleman, George Ann - 155 Coleman, John Walter - 279 Coleman, Phyllis Demar - 279 Collado, Julius Caesar - 279 Collins, Rosezerian C. - 113 Collins, Thomas William - 175,279 Colvin, Mary E - 279 Comfort, David Lee - 262 Conety, Kathleen - 280 Coniglio, Frank Joseph - 280 Conley, Emil Ray - 280 Conley, Manuel Arthur - 280 Connell, James A. - 51 Connell, Donald R. - 107 Connelly, Mike - 128 Connelly, Timothy - 157 Conner, Elizabeth A 66 Conner, Elizabeth Ann - 126 Connor, Paulette lrene - 172 Connors, Susan Anne - 172 Conroy, Gerald Lee A 123 Cook, Douglas Leroy - 179, 193 Cook, Edwin Elton A 150,151 Cook, Susan Lee A 67, 68,103,170 Coombs, Patricia Kathryn - 142, 172 Cook, Charles - 280 Cooper, Harley - 131 Cooper, Robert N A 124, 280 Ford, John Edward - 129, 285 Cooper, Spencer Lee - 280 Corbin, Roger - 130 Cordes, Frederick William - 280 Costello, James Lewis - 66 Covault, Linda Mae - 60, 126, 169, 257 Covert, Deborah Jane - 69, 167 Covert, Pamela Rae - 102, 167 Cowan, Donnely Gordon - 280 Cox, Terry Gordon - 174 Craft, Randy Clay - 179, 260 Craig, Jeannene Paulette - 172, 280 Cramer, Douglas Paul - 280 Crandall, Bruce Perry - 280 Craven, James Clifford - 112 Crew, Thomas Austin - 177 Crews, Thomas Bouldin, Jr. - 123 Criser, Roger K. - 121 Crockett, Darwin T., Jr. - 280 Cronk, Arthur Leroy - 280 Cross, Kathleen Mary - 150, 155, 169 Crow, Richard Owens - 112, 113 Culbreth, John - 280 Cushing, Judson Richard - 174 Dosenovich, Peter - 174 Doubek, Charles Paul, Jr. - 187 Doucette, Richard Edward - 282 Dow, James Edward - 60, 113 Downing, Edward Patrick - 282 Dozelencic, Joanne E. - 123, 146 Drake, Sharon Diane - 68, 167 Drew, Diane - 282 Drew, Philip Martin - 128, 282 Drew, Terral Wayne - 282 Driml, Steven Louis - 282 Drozda, Mary Carroll - 67, 171 Dryden, Danny Lee - 282 Dubeck, Robert - 128 Dubler, John Edward - 104, 282 Ducharme, Richard Rence - 262 Dudd, Joe - 283 Duffield, Michaela Ann - 69 Duffield, Steven Patrick - 187 Duncan, Clyde - 283 Dundis, Susan Marie - 167 Dunn, Linda Marie - 169 Dunne, Robert V. - 283 Dunning, Michaela Marie - 115 Ferns, Gary Harold - 285 Ferrara, George Alan - 285 Ferrell, James Pearce - 285 Fiarkoski, John - 285 Fields, Ann Elizabeth - 170, 285 Filipowski, Dennis Joseph - 120 Fischer, John - 285 Fischer, Thomas Bruce - 60, 114, 186 Fisher,.Carla Ruth - 169 Fisher, Gene Fay - 177 Fitzpatrick, Gerald R. - 285 Flanders, Deborah Elsie A 167 Flatbush, George - 285 Fleming, Bruce David - 285 Fleming, Carroll - 285 Flint, Kenneth Covey - 182 Flood, Jerald Wade - 157 Flood, Robert Edward - 64, 177 Flores, Rosemary - 151,285 Flynn, Michael Craig - 119 Foll, Jennifer Margaret- 167 Forbes, Franklin S. lDr.1 - 60 Ford, Cheryl Lee -103,113,170, 285 Giller, Suzanne Theresa - 65, 142, 169, 196 Gilmore, Robert Francis - 177 Gimple, Lloyd Allen - 286 Gipson, Floyd - 286 Girard, Robert David - 286 Girsel, Mogens Carl- 148 Givler, Lean Jay - 286 Glasgow, Don - 262 Glintborg, Linda Louise - 106 Glynn, Thomas Patrick - 179 Goepper, Susan irene - 123, 172,257 Goetz, Bruce George - 286 Goff, Melvin John - 179, 286 Gohr, Jerry Eugene - 286 Goldberg, Judi - 286 Goldware, Barry - 132 Golleher, Bill David - 286 Gomez, Larry Michael - 260 Goodwin, Charles F. II - 187 Gordon, Scott Howard - 174 Gorgen, Thomas James - 112 Gould, Carol Anne - 115 Gould, Christopher M - 288 D Dagosta, Anthony Joseph - 177 Daley, Daniel Thomas - 104 Dalgas, Karan Kay - 105, 167 Dalstrom, Dr. Harl A. - 117 Dalton, Mary Kathryn - 172 Daly, Mark Joseph - 179 Daniel, Otys Fredericka - 120 Dappen, John Raymond - 260 Dargavage, Francis John - 280 Darge, Judy Neyl - 145, 280 Darling, Donald L. - 60,64,114, 179, 212, 280 Darling, Scott Jay - 179 Daughety, James T., Jr. - 280 David, Patricia - 126 Davis, David Lansing - 280 Davis, Donald Richard - 260 Davis, Pamela Jean - 68, 172 Davis, Randy Lee A 146 Davis, Davis, Robert Harley - 260 Ron - 125 Dawes, Charles Lamont - 281 Dayton, Jean - 133 Dean, Sally Ruth - 168 Deary, William - 281 Debowey, Harry Gene - 119 Durrie, Douglas Harry - 132 Dyess, Jack G. - 130 Dynneson, Norman H. - 283 Earley, Robert Lee - 283 Earp, Judy Ann - 102,169 Ebener, Ralph - 283 Eby, Cheryl Diane - 103, 167 Eckley, Michael J. - 283 Eddinger, Robert Lee - 187 Edgin, Phillip R. - 144, 283 Edwards, Alvin Eugene - 283 Edmonds, Elden F. - 123, 283 Edwards, Clifford David - 110, 283 Edwards, Jay C. - 283 Edwards, Ronald Goyne - 283 Egan, Thurston Lamar - 283 Egersdorfer, Rudolph - 283 Eggers, Deborah Del Rae - 169, 254 Eggers, Steven Robert - 179 Ehle, Jack Victor - 175 Eilbeck, Kathleen Ann - 172 Eirenberg, Ricki Gale - 185 Elias, John Steven - 187 Elliott, John A. - 110, 283 Elliott, William - 283 Ellis, Donald Eugene - 283 Ford, Trudy Lee - 113,171,192 Fortner, Stephen Linn - 150 Foster, Darcy Ann - 167 Foster, Ronald Hayden - 118 Fowler, Robert Martin - 285 Fox, Howard Ralph - 179 Foye, Frederick Robert - 285 Franklin, Fred H. - 285 Franzese, Robert John - 260, 262 Frasier, Albert D. - 285 Frederick, Robert Leo - 187 Fredericksen, Linda Sue - 64, 102, 114 Fredericksen, Ralph Earl - 157 Freeberg, Edward Ronald - 254 Freeman, Herbert Leigh - 285 Freeman, Ronald Gene - 144 Freis, Michael Anthony - 179 French, Alvin Wayne - 285 Friesen, Galen - 121 Fryer, James Glen - 123, 179 Fuerst, Dava Lee - 114, 172, 196, 257, 285 Fuhrman, Richard - 285 Fulton, Joan Susan - 169, 193, 254,285 G Gafner, Jeanette - 285 Gage, Linda Louise - 121 Graham, Gary Kirk - 288 Graham, Olive - 133 Graham, Richard Roy - 187 Grande, Robert Dominic - 288 Falson, Fermin Garcia - 175 Deep, Anthony Francis, Jr. - 112 Deeley, Fredric William - 281 Degeorge, Frank Anthony - 281 Degeorge, John Anthony - 127 Deitering, Richard Joseph - 175 Dellere, Nancy Jo - 115 Dellers, Nancy - 69 DeMeulmeester, James - 144 Demgen, John Michael- 114, 177,281 Denisenko, Ivan - 281 Denker, Diane Marie - 168 Dennis, Harold Bradley - 281 Depetro, Gerald Edward - 174 Desler, Dianne Kay - 102, 114, 145, 168, 281 Desmont, Dorthy - 281 Deuchler, Robert Anton - 281 Deuel, Nathaniel Earl - 281 Devall, Mellanee - 117,281 Dickens, Roy Lee - 281 Dickerson, John Harry - 66 Dickerson, Susan Louise - 113 Dietrich, Robert Lee - 281 Diggle, Jerry M. - 281 Diimig, Beverly Kay - 169 Dilley, John Robert- 123 Dillon, Porter Bryant- 144, 148, 281 Dimmick, Raymond Ivan - 110, 124, 281 Elmer, Roger Ronal - 283 Elsasser, William Joseph - 107, 283 Emerson, Robert Jack - 283 Empson, Jon Robert- 133 Emsick, Richard Bernard - 186 Engdahl, Caroline J. - 283 Engen, Marsha Irene - 169 England, Marion F., Jr. - 128, 283 Engle, Thelma - 68 Englebretsen, John Ray - 283 Enquist, Barbara Jean - 167 Erdmann, Jay Owen - 113,283 Erickson, Karen Linda - 123, 155 Ernst, Richard Adam - 182 Ervin, Diana Carol - ,169, 257 Evahn, Judith Ann -142,168,189,194 Evangelisti, Jeffrey Ray - 113, 157, 160 Evankduich, Genevieve l. - 284 Evans, Hector - 284 Evans, Neal Craig - 182 Evans, Richard Patrick e 283 Eveland, Maurice Arthur - 174 Eyberg, Robert Clarence - 151 F Gaines, Carol Jean - 172, 285 Gally, Ernest Francis - 286 Gammill, Travis George - 286 Ganem, Selma Jane -171 Ganein, Sally - 126 Ganey, Edward - 60, 177 Garabrandt, Gary Wayne - 260, 262 Gard, Lowell Curtis - 175,195 Gardner, David Leonard - 286 Gardner, Grace - 130 Garfolo, Ron - 179 Garland, David Ray - 260 Garofolo, Rosalie Jean - 172 Garrett, Chester - 128, 286 Garrett, James Eugene - 254 Garrison, Lewis Edward - 260 Garvey, James Francis, Jr. - 286 Garwood, Duane Lewis - 119 Gash, Susan L. v 169 Gatchell, Pamela Joyce - 123 Gates, Glen - 144 Gehr, Deborah Lenore - 65, 167 Gembica, Christine Anne - 286 Geracke, Ron - 179 Gerelick, Jerry Alan - 185 Gerry, Kathy Ann - 150, 151, 286 Geyer, George William, Jr. - 144,286 Grant, Mary Martha - 115, 132 Grasmick, Janice K - 149, 288 Graves, Vearl Amy - 146 Gray, Robert Lee - 288 Grcevic, Anthony Thomas - 288 Green, Jack Larry - 288 Green, Mary Jane - 288 Green, Michael Carey - 157 Green, Murice Clinton - 288 Green, Patricia Jo - 288 Green, Sonia - 126 Green, Thomas Matthew - 177 Greene, Lawrence Dean - 183 Gregg, Donald - 288 Gregg, Lauren Wilson III - 174 Greguras, William James - 288 Greuel, Bob - 130 Griffin, Gene Conrad - 144 Griffin, John Thomas -150,151,155 Griffith, Candyce Lee - 65, 68, 169 Griffith, Jack - 130,288 Griffiths, David Roger, 123 Grimm, Julie Ann -115 Gronau, James William - 123 Guvi, Paul - 254 Grubmuller, John W. - 288 Gruff, Walter - 289 Gubi, Paul - 262 Guenther, Stephen Paul - 183, 289 Gulizia, Anthony Joseph - 151 Gunderson, Eldon Robert - 289 Gurzinski, John - 289 Gustafson, Linda Kay - 289 Gutoski, Gerald - 289 Gzehouiak, Dianne Louise - 169 H Haas, James Duane - 179 Haas, Susan Beth - 115, 169,189 Hadash, Zev - 289 Haddix, Edward Lee - 289 Hahn, Luella Ann Konz - 289 Hahn, Virginia M. - 106,120 Hall, Donald Gene - 289 Hall, George Donald - 289 Hall, Jerald Laroy - 60 Haluza, Donald J. - 289 Haman, Donald Arthur- 289 Hamilton, John Delos -110, 289 Hamm, Norman - 112 Hammack, Gary Neal - 289 Dineen, Elizabeth Anne - 120 Dlouhy, Douglas James - 182 Dobeck, Robert Henry - 281 Doggett, Walter - 281 Doherty, David Donald - 281 Dohse, Martha Ann -117,124,149, 282 Dolan, Patrick Dennis - 179 Doll, Gail- 106,107, 123,282 Domet, Gary Martin - 129, 254 Donahue, Timothy Eugene - 146 Donlan, Gerald Everett- 155 Donner, Frederck H. - 121, 282 Dornan, Randall Everett - 177 Dorough, Wayne - 282 Farenga, Harry Donald - 284 Farmer, Douglas Harmon - 284 Farrand, David William - 151 Farrell, Stephen Michael - 284 Farris, Allan Gaylord - 284 Fausset, Linda Lee - 216 Fazio, Richard - 284 Featherstone, Stephen E. - 284 Felber, Lawrence L. - 284 Felt, Wesley Dewayne - 182 Fentress, M. Jean -102,114,149,172, 285 Fergusson, Jean - 102 Ferguson, Charlotte Rae - 167 Gheringer, Robert - 262 Gibson, Clinton S., Jr. - 113,286 Gibson, Donald Marion - 149, 286 Gibson, Julia Ann -167 Gibson, Robert Leslie - 157, 286 Giesing, Jane Ann - 157 Gilbert, Richard Ray - 66, 187 Gildersleeve, Charles - 130 Giles, Gerald Blake - 254 Giles, William Jeffery - 182 Gilinsky, Sandra Rose - 102,145 Gilinsky, William David - 155,185 Gilleland, Ellis Holland - 286 Giller, Jeanie Marie - 169, 257 Hammang, L. Wayne - 123 Hammer, Jacquelyn Kay - 60, 172, 257, 269 Hammer, Rosalyn Lee - 65,102,123,172 Handley, Lois Yvonne - 117,149, 289 Haney, John E. - 262 Haney, Roger Lynn - 179 Haniman, Randcliff, Jr. - 119 Hanna, Ed -187 Hanrahan, Catherine Ann - 65, 172 Hansen, David George - 289 Hansen, Grace Louise -148,155 Hansen, Janice Anne - 289 Hansen, Jerome Karl- 289 315 Hansen, Lyle - 182 Hansen, Robert Greg - 129 Hansen, Stephen Martin - 66 Hanssen, Susanne Patricia - 112 Harder, Linda Kay - 121 Hardin, Chancellor Clifford - 73 Hardin, Marvin Clint - 289 Harek, Mary - 112 Hargleroad, Margaret Jane - 142 Harlur, James - 289 Harmon, Kathleen Suzanne - 146 Harnett, Barbara Jo - 167, 257 Harper, Thomas Fenton - 128 Harper, Willie Lee - 289 Harpster, Sandra Jean - 172 Harrington, Margaret Ann - 155 Harris, Cheryl A 141 Harris Claude Richard - 289 Harris Edgar A 289 Harris G.-107 Harris Harris Harris Maryl Jamelle - 113 Merlin - 289 ,Sheryl Lynn - 155 Harrison, Hugh - 290 Harrison, Robert Wallace - 290 Hartford, Bruce - 144 Harvat, Terry Allen - 119 Harvey, Michael Frederick - 121, 150 151 155 1 Harwood, Richard D. - 128 Hassler, Stephen Anthony - 119 Hasty, David Dean - 151 Haughey, Lawrence R. - 290 Havelka, William Frank - 179, 290 Hawkinson, Thomas Norman - 179 Hawley, Donald David - 290 Hayek, Gerald Grant A 182 Hayes, Mary Elizabeth - 123, 172, 257, 290 Hayes, Patricia - 290 Hayes, Robert Joseph - 186 Heanon, Robert J. - 115 I-learron, Robert John - 67, 179 Heath, Earl Donald - 290 Heaton, Marcella - 155 Heavrin, Dennis James - 148 Heck, Steven Russell - 60, 69 Heckenllvely, Kathy Kay - 169 Hedges, John Clark - 290 Heenan, Thomas C. - 290 Hegarty, Gail Christine A 290 Hegarty, Steve James - 144, 290 Heggarty, Cecil - 290 Heida. Donald Joseph, Jr. - 290 Heniman, Randoliff - 289 Helgeson, Mike - 150 Holmes, Allan James - 290 Holmes, Burton Keith - 290 Holmes, Renee - 64, 65 Holquist, Carol Maria - 68, 169 Holquist, Kristen A. - 169 Holton, George C. - 129, 290 Holton, Sharon Renee S. - 290 Homan, Sheila Ann - 290 Hoover, James Rowan - 290 Hoover, Lloyd William - 123,290 Hopkins, Robert Erle, Jr. - 179 Hopkins, Thomas - 290 Horn, Jacquelyn Eleanor A 169 Hornig, Martin Peter V 290 Hothem, Bernard Leslie - 292 Houchin, Judith Marie - 102, 114, 115, 145, 168, 233, 292 Houchin, Norma - 155 Hover, John Arthur - 129 Howard, Harry - 292 Howay, John Cavan - 292 Hromek, Robert Allen - 146 Hronek, Virginia Ellen - 169,257 Huddleston, Robert Earle A 119 Hudgins, Terese Kathleen - 113 Huebscher, Penelope Ann - 292 Huey, Fay Hong - 148, 269 Huff, Edward Frank - 127,292 Hughes, Charles Frederick - 292 Hughes, Howard Herman - 292 Hultman, Eugene R. - 292 Hunt, Wallace Grant- 124, 292 Hunter, Eleanore A 123, 167 Hunter, Linda Gay - 155 Hunter, Margie - 106, 292 Huntley, Dean Eugene- 292 Hursh, Robert Douglas - 177 Hurt, Frank Louis Ill - 257 Hutchinson, Thomas O. - 195 Hutson, Albert L., Jr. - 292 Hydeen, Darwin A. - 292 Ikeda, Takako A 292 lnclan, Virginia - 292 Ingraham, Rebecca Sue - 171 Irving, John Patrick III - 292 Ishii, Conrad James - 179 Italia, Mary Lu - 257 ltaska, Carolyn - 131 ltaska, Jean - 269 ltaska, Juan St. Louis - 158 1-ielligso, Thomas Arthur - 114, 189 Hemsath, JoAnn - 115, 167 Henderson, Muriel Mae - 69, 167 Hennings, Marlene Alice - 105 Helgeson, Allan Scott - 155 Herek, Frances Ann - 290 Herek, Mary Grace - 290 Herrmann, Gisela - 123 Hert, Gary - 128 Herzoff, Ronald Alan A 185, 195 Hezler, Karlyn Ruth - 172 Hewitt, Vesta M. - 290 Hicks, Jerry Neil - 290 Higley, Dr. Wayne - 117 Hill, Dean Elizabeth - 60 Himaath, JoAnn - 68 Himes, Benny L. - 290 Hladik, Robert Jo A 290 Hiqvkq, Linda Ann -120,121, 151, 257 Hobbs, Gary Wayne - 177, 179 Hobson, Connie A. - 155,172 Hockstrasser, Joseph - 290 Hoefener, Douglas Wayne - 179 Hoese, Walter Thomas - 290 Hofer, Elaine Lois - 121 Hoffman, Barbara Jean - 290 Hoffman, George William - 128, 290 Hoffman, Marsha Lynn - 115, 171 Hoffman, Steven Richard - 104 Hogan, Patricia Ann M. - 149 Hogan, Rose Marie - 123 Hogan, Vincent J. - 290 Hokanson, Mary Alice - 67, 123,169, 269 Holderness, Charles Wayne A 104 Holley, Dr. Leta - 106 Holly, John Walter - 290 6 J Jackson, Carol Diane - 292 Jackson, John Micheal - 182 Jackson, Jackson, Lowell Wayne - 119 Robert F. - 292 Jacobs, Beniamin Baruch - 292 Jacobsen Jacobsen , Dennis Eugene - 130 , Kay Marie - 207, 292 Jacobsen, Susan Lea - 171 Jacobsen Jacobsen ,Lauren Kay - 169 ,Steven Allen - 175 Jahnke, Shirley - 130 Janese, Richard Patrick - 292 Janousek, Carol Ann - 113 Janousek, Mary Clare - 172, 292 Jarecki, Ronald - 155 Jean-Baptiste, Charles - 130 Jefferson, Donald Lee - 292 Jelinek, Sheila Ann - 292 Jenkins, Robert Weymouth - 292 Jenn, Jeanne Marie -106 Jennings, Bruce Dean - 262 Jensen, Paul Chris - 121 Jirka, Roger Lewis - 119, 292 Johns, Robert H. - 108 Johnson, Ann Louise - 123 Johnson, Charles E., Jr. - 292 Johnson, Charles Lawrence - 108 Johnson, Clyde Robert - 148 Johnson, Edwin Wells - 292 Johnson, Harry - 262 Johnson, Kathleen Diane - 123, 155 Johnson Mariorie Rae - 169 269 Johnson, William Jenkins - 144, 292 Johnston, Barbara Ann - 120 Johnston, Dennis Wayne - 260 Jolley, Joseph Dale - 292 Jones, Christine Ann - 66 Jones, Dennis Lee - 260 Jones, Robert Norman - 292 Jones, Roger H.-179 Joplin, William Thomas - 292 Jorgensen, Dennis Dean - 60, 260 Jorgensen, Karen - 269 Joseph, Jacqueline Sue - 123 Josh, Joseph Arthur - 292 Joyner, George Ruel - 292 Junge, Nancy Lee - 117, 293 Juul, Jonell Rose -102,167 K Kadavy, Reed Stanley - 174 Kahane, Charlotte - 125 Kahley, Thomas Clark - 104, 293 Kohm, Melody Joyce - 293 Kahnk, Cheryl - 293 Kahse, Ann - 64 Kallam, Luther Price, Jr. - 293 Kamensky, Richard James - 293 Kammuth, Karen - 293 Kamstra, Robert Henry - 293 Karrer, Herbert Leo - 293 Karstens, Barbara E. - 293 Kaspar, Gary Lee - 104 Kathol, Eugene Francis - 293 Katz, Daniel Martin, Jr. - 108 Kaufmann, Edward David - 293 Kay, Christine Louise - 169 Keefover, Carol Ann - 293 Keeney, Thomas J. - 293 Kehm, Kristen Virginia - 169 Kehres, John Wayne - 293 Kelly, Michael - 293 Kendzio, John A 128 Kennedy, Diane Lee - 293 Kenny, Richard Alan - 177 Kerrigan, Robert Joseph - 293 Kessinger, Nancy Ellen - 257 Kester, William Eugene - 293 Kettleborough, Patricia A. - 293 Keyser, Timothy Patrick - 114, 196 Kilburg, Paul John -108 Killerte, James - 294 Kimmel, Kenneth Neal - 187 Kimpston, Robert Michael - 185 Kineiko, Alexander - 119 King, Alice - 131 King, Judith Karen, 113,131 King, Teresa J.-121 Kinzy, Stephen Warren A 117, 121 Kipfmiller, Gary - 177 Kirby, Glenn - 107 Kisicki, Donald Robert - 120, 294 Kizlin, James Richard - 186 Kizlin, John Edward - 64,114, 187, 294 Klaczynsky, Julian - 150,155 Klein, John - 294 Klemme, Kathleen Louise - 169 Klepper, Dan Frederick - 177 Klingforth, Joyce Elaine - 169, 269 Kloke, Jacquelynn Ann - 120, 126 Klosterman, Edy - 120 Klosterman, John - 120 Klug, Rosemary Ann - 120,123 Kluthe, Sister Noreen - 294 Kmiecik, Michael Stanley - 294 Kniewel, Richard Jacques - 187, 189 Knight, Daniel David - 294 Knight, Sherry Lee - 167 Knotek, Frank James - 294 Koeller, Richard Wayne - 144 Koepff, Kathryn Ann - 294 Kohrell, John B. - 295 Kohsohlas, James - 295 Kolar, Frank John - 179 Kolasky, Diane Sue - 102, 294 Kolell, Linda Louise - 60, 254 Kolden, Paulette Louise - 295 Kolstad, Curtis Arlen - 108 Kopecky, Gary Milton - 119,295 Kopecky, Maureen M. - 102, 104, 295 Koppit, Larae Jean -115 Koraleski, Mariorie Ann - 170 Kosmicki, Duane Eddie - 104 Kott, John Bernard - 123 Kottke, Ralph Charles A 295 Kovanola, James, Jr. - 295 Kowalczyk, Edward Anthony A 295 Kraiicek, Charles L., Jr. - 118 Krance, Mary Jane - 155 Kranda, William - 112 Krasko, Ronald James - 295 Krautkremer, Patrick A. - 174 Krecek, Rosemary Alice - 60, 167 Kreger, Arthur Eugene - 295 Kreger, Joel Bryan - 119,295 Kreitner, Robert John - 114 Kresl, John Francis - 177 Kresl, Richard Allan - 123 Krieger, Gary Martin - 295 Krimsky, Harold - 295 Kramenachev, Frank - 295 Kroeger, Pauletta Jean - 167 Krueger, John Robert- 144 Kruppenback, George - 295 Kruse, Susan Jane - 157,171 Kubsch, Mary Theresa - 155 Kucer, Jan Elizabeth - 172 Kucera, Barbara Lu - 141 Kucera, Inez Sue -114,117,145,167 Kuchel, Gaylon - 144 Kucirek, Louis - 175, 295 Kudlacz, Michael Stephen - 104 Kuhse, Ann Louise - 67,172 Kula, Mary Kay -115 Kulick, Joseph - 295 Kuntz, Mary Katherine - 295 Kurtz, James - 295 Kurbel, John George, Jr. - 187 Kurtz, James Stanley - 150,155 Kurz, Max - 262 Kusner, Edwin Phillip - 295 Kutilek, Joseph Daniel - 119 L Laaker, Jean Marie - 295 Laible, Mahlon Ralph -179 Laible, Rodney Leonard - 179 Lamalfa, Charles - 177 Lambert, Dr. W. C. B. - 117 Lambrecht, Ken Duane - 295 Landis, Richard George A 155 Landon, George Louis, Jr. - 295 Landon, Peggy Lynne - 115,169,269 Landon, Vickie Lee - 65,295 Lang, John Dudley - 260 Langenbach, James Paul A 177, 260 Laporte, Lester H. - 124, 295 Larman, John - 295 Larson, Jack - 295 Larson, William H. - 295 Latenser, David Banks - 113 Lathrop, James Ralph - 130 Lauritsen, Boyd Frederick - 295 La Vergne, Luke - 295 Laverdure, Rodolphe M. - 144 Lawson, Harvey Denver, Jr. - 295 Layman, John Robert - 123,128, 295 Leach, James Clifford - 187 Leahy, Joan Elizabeth - 120 Leanay, Colleen - 66 Lebens, Jane Marguerite - 169, 257 Lee, Carol Ann - 65 Lee, Glenna A 295 Lee, Marilyn Joyce A 155 Lee, Steven Franklin - 174 Leeson, Howard Alfred - 132 Lefholtz, Nancy Jo - 169 Legros, Jeffrey Kirk - 175 Lehmeier, Mary Jane - 132 Leinart, Stephen Vere - 155 Lemen, John Edward - 186 Lemon, Carl - 295 Lemr, Fred Charles, Jr, - 295 Lenz, Harold Edwin - 296 Leonard, James Robert- 179 Lew, Poy Jung -148, 296 Lewis, Dr. C. Glenn - 128 Lewis, Louise Ann - 120, 123 Lewis, Susan Marie - 123 Lewis, Thomas Jefferson - 296 Lidolph, Alan Richard - 179 Liefer, Robert Gerald - 125 Lien, Cynthia Diane - 106 Light, Harry - 296 Lilly, Albert- 296 Lind, Gary Lee - 67,179 Lindamood, Linda Sue - 60, 167, 211, 212 Lindauer, Frank Wolfe, Jr. - 296 Linnan, Karen Lee A 296 Linneman, Danya Annette - 126 Linolph, Alan - 296 Lippert, Clark Allen - 64, 66,141, 296 Lloyd, Keith Wade - 179 , William Harold - 301 Parker 151,155 Pawol, Alfons - 301 Olson, Mary Ann - 67,172,257 Tim James A 299 Lockhart, Larry Lee - 296 Loftis, Janeen Marie - 296 Loftus, William Joseph - 129,296 Lohmeier, Mary Jane - 172 Lombardo, Christopher - 151 Londay, Donna Christine - 269 Londay, James Kenneth - 113 Looney, Colleen Marie - 117, 172 Lopez, Jose, Jr. - 296 Lord, Ellen - 54 Lorenz, Connie Lea - 106 Lortz, Dale - 260 Love, Norman Richard - 296 Lowe, William - 296 Lozito, Frank - 144, 296 Ludwig, David Edward - 296 Ludwig, Ronald - 296 Luers, Marsha Louise - 123 Luger, Richard Dale - 177 Luken, Lothar A. - 157 Luksa, Donna Jean - 172 Lunbick, Carol - 124 Lund, David Lee - 296 Lund, Kenneth A 296 Lundeen, Christine Marie - 169 Lundgren, Richard Carl - 160, 296 Lundholm, David Athey - 104 Lundstrom, Susan Louise - 296 Lunclvall, Donald Otto - 119 Luongo, Joseph Charles - 127 Lunch, James Patrick - 296 M MacDonald, Kay Larue - 296 Macey, James Regis - 296 Maclntire, John R. W., Jr. - 177 Madd, Frank - 296 Madsen, Barbara Jean A 145, 296 Madsen, Janice Kay - 167 Magnuson, Grant Wallace - 151 Magone, Astride - 296 Magzamin, Paula Faye - 114,296 Mahan, Joyce Kay - 296 Maine, Leslie Dean - 296 Maiest, Erwin Joseph - 296 Maiors, Edward Lee, Jr. - 177 Maldonado, Doreen Ann - 158 Mallet, David A 296 Malone, Eubert H., Jr. - 296 Malone, Steven James - 174 Malstead, Charles Edward - 146, 15 Manarin, Roland Renato - 296 Mancuso, Diane Marie - 169 Manders, Wilson Thomas - 297 Mandolfo, Michael Bruce - 177 Mangum, Bobby F. - 297 Mann, Franklin Lee - 175 Manning, James Newman - 112 Montag, Nancy A 299 Mappes, Kathleen Mary - 126, 172 Marion, Mary - 297 Markowitz, Stephen Edward - 125 Marnon, Donald James - 130,297 Marques, Henry - 297 Marquis, Geoffrey Frank - 297 Marshall, Thomas Joseph - 297 Marshall, Walter J., Jr. - 297 Marston, Dr. Anson D. - 117 Martensen, Susie - 114 Martin, Daniel Howard - 174 Martin, Marilyn Marlaine - 172 Martin, Raymond Charles - 297 Marymee, Randy - 179 Mason, Harold - 297 Mateika, James Paul - 186 Mathews, Gilbert Allen - 298 Mathews, Maior James R. - 298 Mathison Grant Matheu - 128, 129, 298 Matras, John Richard - 174 Matson, Susan Catherine - 169 Matteson, Lynn - 155 Mathews, Stephanie Lee - 131 Mauro, Robert Joseph - 174 Maxwell, Grady Eugene - 298 McAleer, Michael Edward - 298 McAllister, Michael Duane - 160 McAllister, Michael Lewis - 50 McAndrew, Dianne M. - 167 McArthur, Delores e 125 McCarthy, Patrick Joseph - 298 McCartney, Joe - 50 McClain, Phillip H. - 131 1 McClellan, Ronald Jackson - 177 McConnaughay, James Terry - 298 McConnell, Larry Dale - 298 McCormack, Dan Charles - 177 McCormack, Patricia Mary - 169, 269 McDermott, Larry Dean - 177 McGann, John Milton - 6O,120,128, 129, 179 McGill, Timothy Patrick - 177 McGinn, Thomas Leo - 69 McGinnis, Betty - 205 McGinnis, Michael Elroy - 113 McGinty, Kathleen D. - 298 McGowan, James Douglas - 298 McKenzie, Adine Langstaff - 169 McKinley, Robert- 298 McLean, Robert Maxwell - 298 Morrow, Kathryn S. - 149, 299 Mortensen, Suzanne Ellen - 60, 124, 169, 299 Moss, Douglas John - 60, 189 Moss, James Walter- 299 Moss, Patricia Ann - 118 Mostek, Leonard Edward - 155 Mouschka, Gary - 177 Moutos, Gus - 300 Muffitt, Roderick Paul - 182 Mulford, Keith - 300 Osgood, Bradley Theron - 301 Owens, Randall William - 60,114, 157, 212 Owens, Ronald Allen - 179 P Pachman, Susann Zoe - 301 Pallone, Albert Samuel - 177 Paporello, Gary Alan - 127, 186 Parkenson, Elizabeth - 123 McLendon ,Roger Leon - 66, 186 McMahon, Barbara Irene - 170 McMahon, James Joseph - 262,298 McMillan, Prof. J. G. - 119 McMullen, Mary Louise - 114,167 McNally, John William - 298 McPherson, Ann - 298 Means, Steven John - 132 Mears, Michael - 298 Medlen, Jay D. - 298 Medlock, Mary Kay - 298 Mehohon, Gary - 108 Mullaney, Patricia Ann - 114, 125, 167, 189 Mulry, James Thomas - 120, 300 Mumford, John Kenneth, Jr. - 300 Munson Murnan Murphy ,John Henry - 300 , Kenneth Harold - 300 , Claire M. - 300 Murphy, Colleen Marie - 67, 167 Murray, Kaye Lynn - 68, 169 Murray, Pat - 121 Musil, James Allen - 177 Myers, Myers, Nagel, James Lawrence - 300 William Lee - 179, 260 N Ronald Orlo - 300 Nakamura, Ichioo A 300 Parker Parker Dale Gary - 301 Daniel Joseph - 186 1 I Parker, Melvin Charles - 301 Parker, Patrick Joseph - 179 Parker, Patti - 301 Parker son, Elizabeth A. - 115,155 Meiches, Michael David - 157 Melcher, Melvin Lerdy - 127 Meley, Gary P. - 148 Melia, Michael J. - 260 Mellott, Julie - 298 Meloy, Gary Patrick- 112 Mench, Mike - 186 Menck, Theodore R. - 186 Mendenhall, Robert Harold - 151 Menke, Madeline Louise - 64, 167, 196 Nakano, Fumiko - 148, 300 Narmore, Bobby Ray A 300 Naylor, President Kirk - 61, 71, 73 Neal, William L. A 175 Nelson, James A., Jr. - 262 Nelson, Robert Allan - 174 Nelson, Scott Alan - 177 Nelson, Steve Lindor - 177 Nelson Nenem Newell ,Sylvia Ann - 69 an, Susan Marie - 169,194 , Phyllis Ann - 167 Meredith, Everett- 298 Merrill, Donald L. - 298 Mertz, Eugene Dwight, Jr. - 298 Newton, Frank Abbott- 300 Nielsen, Don Carl, Jr. - 119 Messerli, Michael Paul - 298 Metz, Robert Ervin - 110, 298 Meyers, C. Elaine - 169 Miller, Aaron Dale - 298 Miller, Barbara Ann - 172 Miller, Christie W. - 169, 298 Miller, Cynthia Marie - 68,115,167 Miller, Lawrence - 298 Miller, Miller Linda M.- 155,172 William Robert- 298 Millirrlet, Raymond - 112 Nielsen, Steven Karl - 300 Noble, Dennis Ray - 300 Noble, Everett L., Jr. - 129 Nocita, Darlene Marie - 300 Nolan, Nolen, Michael James - 132, 155 Billy Mack - 300 Nollen, Keith - 130 Noordam, Walter Raymond - 108 Parkerson, Joan - 301 Parlas, Shirley Ann - 68 Parsons, Charlotte - 155 Parsons, Lynn Robert- 155 Paskins, Jerrold Hughes - 157 Passer, Claire M. - 301 Pastor, David Edward - 301 Patience, Terry Wayne - 151, 155 Patten, Miles Durbin A 128, 301 Patterson, Thaddeus Myers - 301 Paulsen, Linda Anne - 301 Pavlas, Shirley Ann - 112, 120, 121, Peack, Charlotte - 114 Pease, Patricia J. - 302 Pechous, Joanne Marcella - 172 Pedersen, Leonard Marvin - 302 Pedersen, Robert Alan - 67, 177 Penke, Terry Alan - 186 Pennell, Charlotte Louise - 68, 103, 145, 169, 192 Perchal, Lois Jeanne - 172 Perella, Francis John 4 302 Perkins, Glenn Douglas - 302 Perrella, Frank - 110 Perretta, Arthur William - 302 Perrigo, Claire Nona - 168 Pesek, Donald C. - 302 Pesek, Jane Marie - 302 Petersen, Anna Kathryn - 155 Petersen, Donna - 133 Millsap, Robert Michael - 298 Millsap, Sharron Ann - 298 Minarik, Donna Rae - 155 Minarik, Marguerite Carol - 126 Minick, Shirley Marie - 298 Minobe, Ronald Dean - 117 Minor, James Edward - 182 Minteer, Dr. Joyce - 106 Mioduski, Henry Xavier - 148,298 Mitchell, Glenda Kay - 298 Mitchell, Nathan - 298 Mixan, Shirley Ann - 269 Mobley, Katy - 149 Mockelstrom, Roy Steven - 66 Mockus, Regina A. - 298 Mohnsen, Gary Russell- 299 Mohrmann, George F. - 299 Molsbee, Carol Ann - 121,172 Money, George David - 299 Montag, Barbara Lynn - 112 Montag, Nancy Kathleen - 103, 117 Monzingo, John Wayne - 260 Nord, Roclyn Rae - 172, 257 Nordberg, Richard Allan - 129, 300 Norton, Gary James - 174,300 Norton, John Philip - 254 Norvell, Charles Henry - 300 Novak, Tom James - 300 Nuccio, Joseph Michael - 155 Nueton, Carl - 300 Peterson Pete rson Peterson Peterson , Donald - 119 ,Lanny Lee - 302 ,Linda - 106 ,Richard Barnett- 125,195 Peterson, Stuart Howard A 302 Peterson, Wanda Rae - 102, 167 Petry, Jeffrey Charles - 182 Petterson, Lucile Ann - 69, 167 Nuzum, Dennis Lee -151 Nye, James Deems - 301 Pettinger, Michaela Jo - 167 Pfenninger, Douglas - 179 Pfenninger, Roger - 69, 179 0 O'Connell, Margaret Ann - 171 O'Donnell, R. Kevin - 115, 132 O'Berg, Karen Elizabeth - 257 O'Brien, Viriginia Ann - 126 O'Connor, Mike - 112 O'Denius, David - 301 Oehmke, Harold Warren - 128, 301 Ogle, Fred Eugene, Jr. - 301 O'Hara, Colleen Kathryn - 167 O'Hara, Edward Francis, Jr. - 301 O'Hern, Robert Stephen - 110, 124 Ohnstad, John Vernon - 301 Pflasterer, Dean Donald - 60, 1 14, 1 Phelps, Robert Louis - 179 Piccolo, Kathleen Marie - 50, 103, 1 Pierce, Pierce 60, 302 Donald Wayne - 302 Franklyn - 112 Pierce: John - 302 Pierce, William Gordon - 128 Pilgrim, Larry Dean - 260 Pilon, Kathleen Mary - 123 Pipher, Linda Jean - 172,257 Place, Kenneth - 302 Plack, Charlotte Louise - 117, 124, 148, 170, 302 Moore, Charles Benton - 299 Moore, Charles Richard - 299 Moore, Maurice Neal - 300 Moore, Melvin - 299 Moore, Thomas - 54 Moore Moran, ,Walter Francis - 299 Moravec, Beverley Joan - 299 Moravec, Ronald Dean - 144 Moray, Ann C. Menke - 300 Moray, Donald Alfred, Jr. A 299 Moremo, Augusto Cesar - 187 Moreno, Hector Alexis - 148 Morgensen, Neil Alan - 299 O' Keef e, William J. - 301 O'Leary, Daniel L. - 110 Olney, Guy Baron - 104 Olsen, James Lee - 179, 189 Olson, David Brian A 262 Olson, Linda Diane - 146 Olson, Melissanda E. - 68,172, 257 Olson, Sandra Kay - 60, 169 Moritz, Doreen Ann - 299 Morris, Ann Elizabeth - 169 Morris, Harry Edward - 299 Morris, Ja mes T. - 299 Morrissey, Dennis Willard - 254 amen, David Lee - so, 114, 127, 177, 262, 301 Oman, Sheryl Ann - 105,171 Ondilla, Dennis - 301 O'Neill, Lawrence Joseph - 179 O'Neill, Patricia Anne A 103,171 Opitz, James Bernard - 260 Ornkovich, Daniel - 177 Ortgies, Donivan Dean - 301 Osborne, Arthur Dewitt- 301 Plog, Noelle Mae A 302 Podlesak, Richard - 179 Pokorny, Pamela Ann - 172 Polan, Carmen Marie - 302 Polifrone, Dominick - 182, 195 Polk, James Knox - 131 Poore, Raymond William - 302 Pospichal, James Lad - 144, 302 Pound, Charon Marie - 171 Powers, Daniel Kevin - 112, 131 Prescott, John Anton - 157, 160, 302 Price, Sidney - 119 Proffit, Kenneth Dale - 183 Prohaska, Joyce Claire - 170 Prohaska, Thomas C. - 177 Pruitt, Gladys - 115 Pruitt, Martha - 131 Pulas, Shirley - 155 Pulhamus, Michael Bard - 179 Pulliam, Oscar Lee - 302 Puncochar, Judith Anne - 171 Pusateri, Mary Jane - 123 Q Quedensley, Thomas James - 175 Quinlan, James Albert- 302 R Rachow, Roger Lerov - 175, 302 Rademacher, Harold W. - 302 Raft, Lloyd Ray - 302 Ramming, Mary Ann - 126 Rathbun, David William - 177 Rathbun, Richard Charles - 177 Rauch, Verda - 106 Rauch, William George A 302 Rawe, Raymond P. - 119, 302 Rawson, Gary - 125 Ray, David Lee - 302 Reams, Ruth - 128 Reber, John William - 187 Redinger, Susan Mary - 66, 68, 167 Redlinger, Richard Val - 127 Reece, Joyce Aileen - 110,302 Reed, Detorest - 65,131, 132 Reed, Earl Walter - 302 Reel, Jerry Don - 303 Rees, Jerry Dean - 303 Reese, Pierce L. - 302 Reeves, Margaret Mary - 120 Rehder, Erwin Eugene - 114, 179,260 Reigle, Karen Lynne - 303 Riesdorft, Ronald Lee - 146 Reiss, Gary - 60,187 Renander, Dennis John A 108 Reppert, William Lawrence - 175 Rex, Sylvia E. - 303 Rgnonti, C. H. - 303 Rho, Muon - 148 Rhoades, Deborah Mary - 67, 113, 17 Rice, Susan Margaret- 167, 257 Richards, Van J. - 186 Richardson, Harold David - 303 Richardson, James F. - 303 Richardson, Michael Dean - 112 Richnak, Frank William - 303 Richter, Ruth Ellen - 303 Rickley, Bruce Calvin - 119, 303 Ridder, Ruth Ann - 120 Rielly, Jaque - 126 Rieser, Frederick Robert - 1 19 Rieser, Mary Kathleen - 126 Rihanek, Paula Frances - 167 Riley, Rosalie - 126, 269 Rinschen, Richard Paul - 182 Risley, Ronald David - 303 Ritz, Sharon Ruth Swanson - 106, 303 Rivedal, Thomas Arden - 186 Robbins, Jeanne Marie - 172 Robbins, John Whittier - 254 Robbins, Dr. Roy - 117 Roberts, Alfred Hunter - 303 Roberts, Harold Brooke - 303 Robicheau, Janette Yvonne - 142 Robino, Mary Lou - 168 Robinson, Carl - 113 Robinson, Wayne - 303 Rodgers, Larry Dewayne - 123 - Rodgers, Raymond H. - 303 Rodgers, Robert Reily - 146 Roell, Joseph C. - 303 Roettmer, Carol Jean - 149, 303 Rogers, Noel Fraser - 144 Rogers, Robert Allen - 131,303 Roitstein, Lloyd - 214 Romero, Federico - 303 Rothschild, Victor H. - 303 Rotolo, Joseph - 303 Rott, Elizabeth - 269 Roucek, Mary Lois - 117, 303 Rough, Norman - 303 Rouse, Richard - 303 Rowe, Cheryl Ann - 167 Rowland, Leslie Ann - 124 Royce, George Kendrew - 303 Rozgall, Karen Ann -115,168,189, 254 Ruby, Nancy Lee - 69, 167 Rudd, Alphonzo - 128 Rudeen, Clark A. - 214, 254 Rutfino, Thomas Victor - 177 318 Ruibel, John G. - 69 Rushing, Carole Ann - 169 Rushing, Kristine Ann -102,145,167 Rushing, Linda Jean - 68, 167 Russell, Wayne Leo - 254 Russo, Marilyn Joyce - 112,115, 169 S Sadin, Norman - 118 Sager, Roberta Elaine - 68,142,169, 254 Saitta, Joseph James - 182 Sambasile, Mary Patricia - 155 Sanders, Richard Lee - Sandhoefner, Mary P. - 68 Sancek, Steven - 305 Santi, Marianne Catherine - 172, 269 Sargent, Steve - 260 Saxton, Larry Dale - 67, 179 Saylors, Charles William - 60, 179 Scalzo, John Charles - 123 Schenck, Richard Edward - 179, 194 Scheuler, Robert Paul - 144 Schlagel, Gordon Raymond v 110 Schlautman, Donna Mae - 120 Schlinger, Elaine Monica - 117,172, 257 Schlingmann, Frederick R. - 148 Schmid, Jack William, Jr. - 119,174 Schnase, Eileen Joy - 172 Scholz, Michael Bernard - 67, 177 Schoneboom, Bruce R. - 66, 187 Schook, Jerry - 262 Schroeder, Madelene Mari - 169, 257 Schroeder, Marlene Anni - 169, 257 Schroeder, Robert E. - 151, 155 Schueler, Donald John - 177 Scott, Howard Ernest A 179 Sedlacek, Joey Louis - 114, 186 Seitz, Gary Joseph - 179 Selson, David - 123 Seng, Rebecca Lee - 257 Seurber, Richard - 186 Shankman, Robert- 144 Shaul, Daniel Gale - 187 Shaw, Kenneth Wayne - 60, 179, 254 Shaw, Raymond Joseph - 60, 177 Sheldon, William Tracy - 129 Shepard, James - 130 Shiel, Martha - 155 Shilko, Edwin Martin - 144 Sideris, Helen A 106 Siemoneit, Shirley Jean - 69, 171 Simanski, Gary J. - 108 Simcoe, Stephen J. - 179, 195 Simon, Neil Stuart - 112, 185, 196 Simpson, Mrs. Doreen - 157, 160 Sink, David M. - 112 Sklar, Herbert Landis - 110, 305 Skokan, Constance Jean A 170, 305 Skoland, Carol Sue - 105, 305 Slader, Judy Dawn -114,145,169, 305 Slagle, Nancy Carol - 269 Slasinos, Harry - 305 Slaughter, Harold - 125 Sledge, Frank Rodney - 119, 120, 155 Slegman, Gary - 305 Sliva, Rita Ann 4112 Sloan, Stewart Elliot - 305 Slocum, Duane R. - 305 Slorp, Lee - 130 Slusky, Harriet Sue - 305 Smith, Carl Richard - 305 Smith, Cynthia - 305 smith, Denby H. - 144, 179,305 Smith, Eileen - 155 Smith, Edward - 305 Smith, Gary Dale -177 Smith, Jerald Michael- 115, 120 Smith, John Albert- 112 Smith, John Gaylard - 121 Smith, Leslie Orlando - 131 Smith, Marsha - 121 Smith, Mickele - 68 Smith, Nadine Jo - 172 Smith, Raymond Edward - 262 Smith, Raymond R. - 262 Smith, Rikki Renee - 155 Smith, Ronald Norman -123,179 Smith, Rudolph - 60, 112, 131, 157, 160 Smith, Scott Howard - 67, 177 Smith, Walter Munroe - 305 Smutney, Richard Walter - 119 Snap, Jerry -182 Snow, Richard Allen - 182 Sortino, Gary Joseph - 174 Sorum, Maureen Annette - 171 Soucek, Steven George - 150, 151 Souchek, Marvin Rudolph - 108 Soucie, Gail Renee - 257 Sowers, Deirdre Leslie - 171 Sparano, Cheryl Kay - 60, 172, 269 Speer, Marty Ann - 69 Speers, Larry Steven - 183 Spence, Alan - 305 Spevak, Gregory Joseph - 305 Sprie, Robert- 71 Spooner, Martha lsabelle - 102 Springle, Carl, Jr. A 124 Stacey, Anton Thomas - 108 Stander, Maurice James - 177 Stanton, John Robert- 151, 155 Stark, Diane Lynne - 169 Stautfer, Ronald R. - 128, 305 Stavneak, James Craig - 179 Stavneak, Mark Douglas - 179 Steele, Barbara - 170 Steele, David Lawrence - 305 Steele, E. J. - 107 Steele, Mary Jane - 155 Steimle, Rene L. - 150, 151, 155, 169 Stein, Betty Jane - 172 Steinwart, William - 146 Stelling, Jimmie Durham - 130 Stemmermann, Brian Arthur - 305 Stephens, Phyllis Jean - 305 Stephenson, Ilena Marie - 169 Stevens, James Woodrow - 129 Stevens, Thelma - 305 Stevenson, Jacqueline Ann - 106,305 Stevenson, Nancy Susie - 130 Stewart, Linda Diane - 150,155 Stewart, Robert Bruce - 305 Steyer, J. Thomas - 305 Stilwell, Connie Lou - 167 Stmad, Gary - 305 Stoddard, Cathy Lee - 169 Stolen, J. D. - 107 Stone, Susan Catherine - 126 Strand, Barbara Lee - 170 Stratman, Mary Kay K. - 126 Streiwieser, Jerry Victor - 179 Strenger, Agnes Ann - 172 Strohl, Shirley Ann - 168 Struthers, Debra Diane - 126 Suagera, J. C. - 151 Sudavicius, Dolly Ann - 305 Sueshenberg, William - 305 Sum, Paul Allen - 305 Sutei, Sharon Kay - 126 Sutherland, Alphonzo A. - 306 Svacina, Karen Marie - 155 Svagera, John Charles - 179 Swanson, Dion Nile - 306 Swanson, Elizabeth A. - 169 Swartz, Theresa - 151 Swartz, Stuart- 158 Swearingen, Debi Ann - 131 Sweeney, Gordon Thomas - 262 Swenson, Barbara - 306 Swenson, Barbara Ramsy - 155 Swisher, Alvin Keith - 130 Swoboda, Marcia Ann - 142, 172 Swotek, James Joseph - 177 Syring, Lavern Leopold - 306 Szelich, Walter Joseph - 119 Szemplenski, Thomas E. - 306 T Takechi, Julie Chiye -155 Tallman, Karen Lynn A 69,168 Tanckboner, Helen - 65 Tankersley, Fred - 306 Taranowski, Theodore J. - 306 Tata, Jennifer Lynn - 171 Taylor, Daryl Lee - 114, 306 Taylor, Deborah Jean - 131 Taylor, Leslie Rene - 131 Taylor, Reginald Franklin - 306 Taylor, Ted Kyle - 254 Teague, Reily Reid - 306 Teal, Gladys - 306 Telich, Frank Gregory - 129 Teply, Vernon Anton - 177 Tevis, Gary Lee - 146 Theis, Ronald Gene - 67 Thomas, Cornelius Cave - 150 Thomas, Hoshall Elbert - 306 Thomas, Joan Lynn - 169, 254 Thomas, June Carol - 155 Thomas, Steve Grant - 150, 151 Thompson, Harold T. - 119 Thompson, James Dale - 132 Thompson, John Richard - 123 Thompson, Roberta Joann - 169 Thoreen, Diane Marie - 106 Thrasher, Nancy Louise - 155 Thurber, Ronald Raymond - 306 Thurman, Betty Donnan - 170 Thurman, Carol Ann - 171, 306 Tichy, Warren Francis - 69 Tichy, Wendy Ann - 67, 157, 160 Tiemann, Governor Norbert - 73 Tilton, Robert F. ' 104,182, 306 Timanus, Barry Jay - 123 Titus, Jack - 118 Todd, William -125,133 Tokarski, Susan Marie - 169, 195, 254 Tomasso, Raymond D. - 146 Toohey, Mary Susan - 68 Toplon, David - 124, 306 Torres-Rivera, Irving - 306 Tragesser, James Edmund - 306 Tramel, James Forsyth - 182 Trdniar, Maryrose - 306 Trimble, James Allen - 148 Troxel, Janice Kay - 68,167 Trulock, Myron Ralph - 306 Trummer, John Joseph - 177 Turner, James Ernest - 129 Tuuri, Ralph Mathew - 306 Tyhurst, Donald Wayne - 127, 177, 306 Tyler, James Michael - 177 Tylski, Craig Alan - 174 U Uman, Susan Priscilla - 145,169, 306 Umhoefer, Teresa Sue - 106 Unger, Judith Marie - 105 Unger, Randall- 117, 121 Urban, William Stephen - 306 Utterback, Cynthia Kay - 65, 169 V Vacek, Charles David - 306 Vacek, Josephine Ann - 69, 123, 172, 257 Vacek, Phyllis Kay - 172 Vail, Timothy John - 174 Valentic, Marsha Lynn - 67 Van Alstine, Hugh - 128 Vanackeren, Edward Lee - 177, 196 Vanclerloo, L. Charles - 306 Vandeven, Robert Lee - 306 Van Diver, Charlie - 123 Vandrey, Valerie Wilma - 306 Vanecek, Fred John - 104 Vanek, John Emil - 306 Vanmoorleghem, Dennis - 60 Vanmoorleghem, Robert R. - 306 Vanmoorleghem, Wayne A. - 187 Vanvliet, Wayne Russell - 179 Vanwagenen, Jon Ralph - 104 Vasel, Sally Ann - 167 Vassel, William -187 Vaughn, Cheryl Maurine - 169, 257 Vaughn, Donald - 306 Vavrick, Christine Ann - 155 Vecchio, Paul Philip - 260 Velardi, Joseph John - 260 Vierck, Carl - 306 Villhow, Larry - 254 Vipond, John Robert- 306 Visek, Stephen Edward - 177 Vnencak, Paul Albert - 306 Vock, Phillip - 64 Voelte, Joann Elizabeth - 158 Volenec, Joanne Kay - 306 Volk, David Elmer - 67, 177 Voller, Robert Dale - 187 Volz, Paul Frederick - 306 Vondette, William Roy - 306 Vonrentzell, William E. - 151, 155 W Wade, Patricia Mary - 167 Waggener, Marta Christine - 172 Waggoner, Thurman Dorris - 144 Wagner, Ronald Allen - 306 Walden, Ray Yancy - 306 Waldmann, Liane Agnes - 145, 306 Donald Lee - 177 Walker, Walker, Glenda Rae - 113 Walker, Patricia - 126 Walker, Ronald T. - 128, 306 Wallace, George - 80 Waller, R.D.-113, 131 Walsh, Francis Xavier - 307 Walsh, John Duston - 307 Wanzenried, John - 132 Wanzenried, Kathryn Ida - 168 Ward, Edwin Reginald - 307 Wardrobe, Terry James - 262 Wargo, Gilbert James - 108 Warner, Nancy Lee ' 307 Warner, Sally Jo - 167 Warnock, Suzanne Marie - 67 Washington, Charles - 262 Wasserkrug, Jay Allen - 112,185 Watkins, Brenda Jean - 155 Watkins, Carol Virginia - 123, 307 Watson, Bruce David - 157 Watson, Joel Brugmen - 174 Wavro, Mary - 130 Weaver, Lynn Elwood - 177 Weaver, Terryanne - 167 Webster, James Wallace - 307 Webster, Larry Charles A 131 Wedvick, Dwyer Quentin - 307 Weeks, Leo Joseph - 307 Wehner, Herbert Richard - 114, 186, 189 Wehrli, Emil Richard - 108 Weidenhammer, Steven D. 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