University of Portland - Log Yearbook (Portland, OR)

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E X 1 V i 5 G 1 i 4 i P E P 4 . ' " . I 1 n JA I NX, L , V Kew - ff ffzfggkj X7 K ' W Civ: QX XSSR' QOXBBNQ-SSS Published by The Associated Students of the UNIVERSITY of PORTLAND TABLE ,OF CONTENTS I INTRODUCTION sssssssss,s,T, . 2 Q PUBLICATIONS ,, ,,,,7s, 7,7s,. M 48 O ADMINISTRATION .,.,......,. 5 Q RELIGION ss.wsTv.. vs,s,ss,.,.,s A59 O COLLEGES .,V,.,,.,...,. 9 Q ORGANIZATIONS .Lss...,,.., 64 I AFROTC , 77,, .,.,, , H36 C CLASSES ..,..,......,.. ..,78 O ACTIVITIES ,,.,......, --.--,,A40 O SPORTS ,.,,,..,95 f NIVERSITY of PORTLAN - Portland, Oregon I A YEAR AT V, ACTIVITIES A ACADEMICS ' PCRTLAND ADORATION ATHLETICS PRAYING HANDS Campus Memorial of World War ll REV. ROBERT H. SWEENEY, C.S.C., LLD., J.C.D., President REV. MICHAEL J. GAVIN, C.S.C., A.B., Vice President ADMI REV. JOSEPH S. MCGRATH, C.S.C., Ph.D. Dean of Studies CSecond Semesterl A. WAYNE DURRELL, A.B. Registrar JAMES A. CULLIGAN, M.E. Secretary-Treasurer REV. CLEMENT E. KANE, C.S.C., A.B. Coordinator of Student Welfare REV. JOHN B. DELAUNAY, C.S.C., Ph.D., J.C.D. Dean of Men EDMOND F. FIENE, B.S. Director of Athletics TRATIO REV. CHARLES F. HAMEL, C.S.C., A.M. Dean of Studies CFirst Semesterl l ARNOLD B. PETERSCHMIDT, B.C.S. Controller BROTHER DAVID CMARTIND, C.S.C., B.L Librarian REV. ARTHUR W. NEAR, C.S.C., A.M. Prefect of Religion MARIE H. OUELLETTE, B.F.A., A.M. Dean of Women BERNARD T. WALLS Director of Veterans' Affairs .S CLASS GF 1952 GOTTLIEB BAER President More -than 300 seniors joined together to make the last year of the Class of 352 their most active year at Portland. Led by President Gottlieb Baer from Bend, Oregon, the fourth-year men gave two dances, a sport dance termed MA Night In Hawaiiv in the fall and the annual Senior Prom in the spring. Their most entertaining event was the senior-fac- ulty basketball game in April. By means of an individual assessment, the seniors were able to donate the foundation for the largest telescope in the Northwest to the school as their class gift. Nineteen members of the class were nominated to the national honorary, Whois Who in American Col- leges and Universities. DICK LUTY Vice President DAMIEN ROCHA Secretary STANLEY KUM Treasurer DICK DAVI Councilman ELMER RAMSEY Councilman COLLEGE OF LIBER L ART REV CHARLES C MILTNER C PhB PhD Dean REV ROBERT F BEH REV JOHN T BIGER REV CLAUDE L BOEHM CSC AM CSC Pl1B CSC AM Asst Professor of Speech Asst Professor of French Asst Prof of Engllsh C S C A M Instructor nn Engllsh REV. J. M. BOYLE, BEULAH H. BUFFHAM, CORNELIUS V. CREMER, DOUGLAS A. DEAN, Ph.D. C.S.C., Ph.D. M.Ecl. M.Ed. Asst. Prof. of Philosophy Asst. Prof. of Education Asst. Prof. of Education Lecturer in Psychology REV V J BOISVERT REV W A BOTZUM C S C Ph D Asst Prof of Psychology REV. J. B. DELAUNAY, C.S.C., Ph.D. J.C.D. Professor of Psychology WEST HALL REV. HENRY A. GEUSS, C.S.C., A.B. Instructor in Classical Languages REV. WALTER W. GOFF, C.S.C., M.Ed. Instructor in History and Education FRANCIS B. GOODRICH, A.M. Lecturer in Social Science JOHN C. GROEGER, A.M. ' Asst. Professor of Spanish and German JAMES E. HEADRICK, M.S. Instructor in Psychology REV. OSCAR R. HENTGES, C.S.C., A.B. Professor of German GORDON K. HIGGENSON, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology REV. HUGO H. HOEVER, S.O.Cist., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy REV. JOHN J. HOOYBOER, C.S.C., A.M. Associate Professor of English VLADAS JUODEIKA, l.l..M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Political Science REV. CLEMENT E. KANE, C.S.C., A.B, Assistant Professor of Politics REV. ROBERT W. KING, C.S.C., A.B. Assistant Professor of Philosophy MAURICE J. LESSARD, Ph.D. i',lfAssociate Professor of Psychology REV.,j,GREGORY J. LOMBARDO, c.s.c., ef A.B., s.T.L., s.T.D. Assistant Professor of Religion MARY H. MANNING, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Education REV. THOMAS J. McDONAGH, C.S.C., Ph.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Economics LIBERAL ARTS REV. GEORGE L. DUM, C.S.C., A.M. Associate Professor of Philosophy REV. CLARENCE DURBIN, C.S.C., A.B. Assistant Professor of Economics REV. JAMES A, FOGARTY, C.S.C., Ph.D Professor of Social Science REV. MlCHAEL J. GAVIN, C.S.C., A.B. Associate Professor of Philosophy FACULTY ART MCLARNEY REV. ARTHUR W. NEAR, C.S.C., A.M. Baseball Coach Assistant Professor of Economics REV. MICHAEL G. O'BRIEN, C.S.C., A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of English SCIENCE HALL REV. ERWIN W. ORKISZEWSKI, C.S.C.,A.M Assistant Professor of History PAUL E. OUELETTE, B.F.A., A.M. Instructor in Speech and Drama GEORGE PHILBROOK, B.S. Track Coach REV. RAYMOND A. PIEPER, C.S.C., A.M. Assistant Professor of English REV. JOSEPH L. POWERS, C.S.C., A.M. Assistant Professor of History CARL N. REYNOLDS, B.A., M.A. Instructor in Art REV. MAURICE S. RIGLEY, C.S.C., A.M. Associate Professor of English ANGEL RUGINA, D.Ec. Instructor in Economics REV. JOHN W. SCHEBERLE, C.S.C., A.M. Professor of English EDWARD M. SCOTT, A.B., M.S. Instructor in Philosophy FLOYD W. SIMMONS, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education MARY STADELMAN, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education WILLIAM H. STITES, A.M. Instructor in Speech and Drama MICHAEL W. TICHY, M.S. Instructor in Physical Education JAMES M. TORSON, B.S. Asst. Professor of Physical Education ROBERT R. WIEGMAN, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Education NARCISCO W. ZANCANELLA, A.M. Assistant Professor of Spanish LIBERAL ART GRADS Ethel M. Aune, A.B. Newport High, Newport Music-coeds l-2-3-4 Gottleib J. Baer, A.B. Bend High, Bend, Oregon Class President 4 Monogram Club 2-3-4 Boarders' Club 1-2-3-4 Blue Key 4, Track 1-2-3 Football 1 Who's Who in American Colleges 8. Universities 4 IVAN deHUSZOVSZKY Outstanding Foreign Student Chester W. Beall, A.B. Vancouver High School Vancouver, Washington Ezra Bishop, A.B. Jenkins High School Chewelah, Washington French Club 1-2 Beacon 3, Preface 4 5. Telio A. Borroz, A.B. Oak Creek High School Oak Creek, Colorado Drama Club l-2-3-4 Log 3 lntercol'gate Knights 2-3 6. James A. Botts, A.B. Woodstock Comm. High Woodstock, Iliinois 7. Clarence A. Breimon, A.B Proctor High School Proctor, Minnesota 8. Keith Caldwell, A.B. Central Catholic, Portland 9. Ralph J. Cannard, A.B. Central Catholic, Portland 10. Edw. J. Castagana,A.B. St. Peter's High School Staten Island, New York Monogram Club Blue Key 4 Boarders' Club 1-2-3-4 ASUP Vice President 4 Football l-2, Soccer 4 Who's Who in American Colleges 8. Universities 4 11. John Clarke, A.B. Grant High, Portland 12. Rufus J. Coates, A.B. Benson Poly, Portland 13. T. B. Collins, Jr., A.B. Columbia Prep, Portland Young Republicans 2-3 Philosophic Society 3 14. Patricia A. Conners, A.B. Meadows High School Vancouver, Washington Drama Club 3-4 Alpha Psi Omega 4 University Theatre 3-4 15..lames V. Creegan, A.B. Columbia Prep, Portland Convo Director 3-4 Parking Director 3 Pub. Relations Director 2 Gleemen 1-2-3 Intercol'gate Knights 2-3-4 Upsilon Omega Pi 3-4 Student Directory 2 NOT PICTURED Thomas R. Accettura, John A. Arthur, A.B. Jerry P. Barta, A.B. Paul H. Bottorf, A.B. James A. Casey, A.B. Joanne A. Christilaw George G. Costa, A.B LIBER LRT John P Curry AB St Joseph s Hugh Holy Trunuty Alabama Ivan de Huszovslcy, A B Oberschule Starnberg Germany Outstandung Senuor French Club I 2 3 lnter Relatuons Club 3 -4 Economust Club 4 Foreugn Students Panel 3 4 Robert D Edwards A B St Joseph s Hugh Alameda Calufornua Thomas I Fragas AB St Louus Prep School Honolulu Hawauu Boarders Club l 2 3 4 Manager Football 2 Beacon 3 4 Thomas I. Gennette AB The Dalles Hugh School The Dalles Oregon Outstandung Senuor Class Presudent 3 Boarders Club I 2 3 4 lntercol gte Knughts 2 3 4 Buologust Club l St Vuncent de Paul 2 3 4 Blue Key 3 4 Swummung l Preface l Robert N Graham, A B Butte Hugh Butte Mont Football l 2 Vancouver Hugh School Vancouver Washungton Leo J Horrugan AB Central Catholuc Hugh Toledo Ohuo Boarders Club l 23 A GRAD TOM GENETTE College of Luberal Arts 9 Dongld Howard AB 12 G 5 Kawashlmi AB Parkrose Hugh Portland Drama Club l 2 3 4 Alpha Psu Omega 2 3 4 10 Donald L Hune AB Class Vuce Presuclent 3 Young Democrats 3 4 I Roosevelt Hugh School Honolulu Hawauu Monogram Club 4 Boarders Club I 2 3 4 Basketball l Swummung3 3 Ryohel R Kukuno AB French Club 2 3 Hokuyo Hugh School 11 Wulluam Kang AB Osaka Japan Polytechnuc Hugh School I4 Paul J Klllorun A B San Frasucusco Caluf Central Catholuu: Portland NOT PICTURED Edward J Darby AB George Demmy AB Jack S Elluoh AB Muke Ferrero A B John P Healy AB 13 'l. - , . . 2. . . 3. . , . . 4. . , . . 5. . , . . 6. . . . I . . , -- 7. Dean C. Henher, A.B. Central Cathollc, Portland Tennis 2-3-Axsaseball 2-34 s. . ' , . . - ' ' M at Matthew J. Kraus, Jr., A.B. Central Catholic High Log 3 Burl I. Lundy, A.B. Parkrose High, Parkrose Jack D. McKinney, A.B. Benson Poly, Portland Richard N. Mercer, A.B. Benson Poly, Portland Best Scholar Stanley E. Merz, A.B. Waterloo Hi, Waterloo Manuel Mike, A.B. Grant High, Portland Class Treasurer 3 Portland Players l Upsilon Omega Pi 3-4 Ronald M. Miller, A.B. Benson Poly, Portland 8. Ralph C. Mitchell, A.B. Grant High, Portland LIBERAL ART GRADS 9 Marlo C Monaco AB Anaconda High School Anaconda, Montana Boarders' Club 1-2-3-4 Blue Key 4 St. Vincent de Paul 3-4 Football 1 Basketball 1 10. A. Thai Nguyen, A.B. Providence High School Hue, Viet-Nam lnter. Relations Club 2-3-4 French Club 2-3 Spanish Club 4 Swimming 2-3, Soccer 4 Preface 1 24 Beacon 3 4 11.Sven J. Nylund, A.B. Roosevelt High, Portland 12. Viola Reich, A.B. Elgin High School NORMAN MORRISON Elgin, N, Dakota 13. l. J. O'ConnelI, A.B. Oakridge High, Oakrid e 9 Boarders' Club 1-2-3-4 St. Vincent de Paul 4 Future Teach. ot Amer. 4 Young Democrats 4 14. Patricia L. Preble, A.B. Jefferson High, Portland French Club 2-3-4 Music-Coeds 1-2-3-4 Young Democrats 2-3-4 Mixed Chorus 1-2 Band l, Beacon 3-4 NOT PICTURED Thomas P. long, Jr., A.B. Donald F. Luchsinger, A.B Kasper C. Marking, A.B. Jack E. Meeve, A.B. Harris K. Moku, A.B. Temple l. Naylor, A.B. Harold J. Neukirch, A.B. William W. Oekerman, B.S. in Educ. Willard E. Patterson, A.B. Robert A. Pletka, A.B. IlBERAL.ART GRAD Alan J Rousseau A B Central Catholuc Hugh Class Councul Rep 'I Class Vuce Presudent 2 Upsulon Omega Pu 34 Beacon l 2 James Souza A B McKunIey Hugh Honolulu Monogram Club 2 3 4 Boarders Club 1 2 Football 'l 2 Edward H Spnnger A B Columbua Prep Portland Oufstandung Journalust 4 Gleemen l Beacon 'l 2 3 4 Log 2 4 Preface 3 Pu'of 4 louus F Siangel AB Benson Poly Portland Walter G Shekel AB Central Catholuc Hugh Peter J Sugura A B Luncoln Hugh Portland Monogram Club 3 4 Baseball 3 Football l 2 Roger G Thompson AB Ore Cuty Hugh Ore Cuty Stanley J Thompson AB St Mary s Hugh Eugene NFCCS Representatuve 4 Blue Key 3 4 Drama Club l Bus Ad 'l Inter al Relatuons Club 3 4 Spanush Club 2 3 4 Phulosophuc Socuety 3 Young Democrats 3 Boarders Club l 2 3 4 Beacon 3 Who s Who un Amerucan Colleges 8g Unuversutues 4 EDWARDJ CASTAGNA Most Actuve 9 Warren H Thompson May Hugh School Ortonvulle Munn 10 John N Tuerney A B Condon Hugh Condon Or Ouistandung Semor 4 Boarders Club l 2 3 4 Blue Key 3 4 Economust Club 3 Speakers Bureau 4 St Vuncem' de Paul 2 3 4 Who s Who un Amerucan Colleges 81 Unuversutues 4 'll Davud R Vandenberg, Jr AB Sacred Heart Academy Klamath Falls Oregon I2 James T Walker AB Luncoln Hugh Portland Delta Epsulon Sugma 4 13 Ruchard I. Weller AB Ore Cuty Hugh Ore Cuty Parluamentaruan 4 Preface 4 'I4 louus A Yuktonus AB Fenger Hugh Chucago lll NOT PICTURED Rona'd M Schnef AB Edward J Self A B John F Shepard AB Lallas L Sluocldey A B Robert D Strong AB James W Thompson A B Paul W Wang A B EDWARD J. SANDSTROM, A.M. Acting Dean CULLEGE of One of the larger divisions of the aca- e College oi , was directed this year by Acting Dean Edward I. Sand- strom. The c 1 demic life at Portland, th Business Administration ollege is divided into two departments, business administration and industrial administration. The former com- 'bu n u I mes a business curiculum with liberal arts and the other accents engineering and science courses. This year a new program in secretarial science was inaugurated in the College of Business Administration with a minor be- ing given in that field. In addition to the regular faculty, leaders ' from businesses in the Portland area regu- larly addressed classes in the college. CLAUDIA CLEVELAND, F. E. M.S. LLB. Instr. in Bus. Ad ' ' HARRINGTON, PHILIP G. LOPRINZI, A.M. mm. Lecturer in Bus. Admin. A sst. Prof. of Business BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIG Two and two may be four but you're sure with an adding machine. A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-I go? a gal in typing room Three T. F. MAGINNIS, B.S., A. B. PETERSCHMIDT, C. J. VAN ZILE, JOHN A. WIESNER, M.A, C.P.A. B.Com.Sc. B.B,A., C.P.A. Assis1anT Professor of Lecturer in Business Prof. of Business Admn. Lecturer in Bus. Admn. BUSUIGSS Admi"liSff6i'i0n JERRY JOHNSON, outstanding senior, College of Business Administration. NOT PICTURED: Gibson E. Basset, A.B. George H. Bowles, Jr., A.B Carlton E. Beers, A.B. Donald F. Ditz, A.B. BUSINESS GRADS '3.fafh:d..21:a::1 Lawrence B. Apiagyei, A.B. in Bus. Adm. St. Augustine High Kumasi, Gold Coast, West Africa Business Ad Club 3-4 Inter. Relat. Club 3-4 Boarders' Club l-2-3-4 Forn. Stu. Panel l-2-3-4 GPIE 3, Soccer 4 Barth E. Barthelemy, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Colum. Prep., Portland Baseball l-2-3 John N. Becic, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Lincoln High, Portland Monogram Club 2-3-4 Business Arl Club 3-4 Baseball l-2-3-4 Alfred W. Beebe, A.B. in Bus. Adm. St. Teresa's Academy, Boise, idaho Boarders' Club 3-4 Business Ad Club 3-4 Anton Bogdanovich, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Jefferson High, Port. leo J. Bottaini, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Franklin High, Portland Erval J. Brisson, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Broadway High School Seattle, Washington Business Ad Club 3-4 Joseph J. Broxene, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Colum. Prep., Portland Bus. Ad Club l-2-3-4 Upsilon Omega Pi 4 GPIE 2-3 William B. Campbell, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Tigard High, Tigard Business Ad Club 2-3-4 IO. Lawrence J. Carich, A.B. in Bus Adm. Cen. Catholic, Portland Business Ad Club 2-3 Baseball 'I-2 Football l 11. C. Duane Cartier, B.S. in Ind. Adm. Camas Hi, Camas, Wn. St. Vincent de Paul 3 lntercol'gte Knights 3 Business Ad Club 3-4 Boarders' Club 2 GPIE 3 Alhambra High School, Martinez, California Outstanding Senior 4 Council Rep. 4 Arnold Air Society 4 Spanish Club 3-4 AFROTC 4 Business Ad Club 4 Upsilon Omega Pi 4 Blue Key 4 Delta Epsilon Sigma 4 Economist Club 4 Who's Who in Amer. Colleges 8- Univ. 4 IZ' Robe" J- Cullen' I4. Albert W. Denton, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Sacred Heart Acad., Salem, Oregon Bus. Ad Club 2-3-4 Football l B.S. in Incl. Adm. Roberts High School, Roberts, Montana Business Ad Club 4 NOT PICTURED: Lyman E. Frazier, A.B. Glenn W. Hittner, A.B. Alfred H. Giugni, A.B. George E. Hysmith, B.S. Larry Hall, A.B. Stanley H. Jones, A.B. Henry L. Des Georges, B.S. in Ind. Adm. Lincoln High, Portland .Raymond C. Doerfler, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Central Catholic, Port. Business Ad Club 2-4 Richard l. Donovan, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Franklin High, Portland Business Ad Club 4 Upsilon Omega Pi 4 Ralph M. Doran, Jr., A.B. in Bus. Adm. St. Francis DeSales Hi Riverside, California Business Ad Club 3-4 DICK DAVI, most popular man. BUSINESS GRADS Kelton C. Esly, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Roosevelt High, Port. Business Ad Club 2-3 Joseph F. Foster, A.B. in Bus. Adm. St. Teresa's Academy, Boise, Idaho Inter. Relations Club 4 Boarders' Club I-2-3-4 7. Jerry L. Fuller, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Franklin High, Portland Co-dir. of Pub. Rel. 3 Business Ad Club 2-3-4 Upsilon Omega Pi 3-4 KDUP 4 8. Frank H. Gordin, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Com. High, Portland 9. Rolland G. Greif, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Marshfield High School Coos Bay, Oregon Young Democrats 2-3 Business Ad Club 3-4 I0. Chandler G. Hillier, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Grant High, Portland Business Ad Club 3-4 ll. Gerald M. Johnson, B.S. in Ind. Adm. Astoria High, Astoria Outstanding Senior 4 Business Ad Club lntercol'te Knights 3-4 Boarders' Club 3-4 12. George E. Keith, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Vancouver High School Vancouver, Wash. Business Ad Club 3-4 13. Charles H. Kies, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Lincoln High, Portland 14. leo R. Knepper, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Schuyler High School Schuyler, Nebraska BUSINESS GRADS 5. Gerald R. Lobb, A.B. in Bus. Adm, Cen. Catholic, Portland Business Ad Club 3-4 Donald P. Kullberg, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Cen. Catholic, Portland David W. Lakey A.B. in Bus. Adm. Drain High School Drain Oregon Basketball I Baseball 'I Gleemen 3 John Tierney 3. William R. lamb, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Star Of the Sea High Astoria, Oregon Business Ad Club 3-4 Francis J. Lang B.S. in Ind. Adm. Sandy High Sandy Business Ad Club 2-3 most cooperative 6. 7. Richard V. luty, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Benson Poly, Portland Class Vice President 4 Business Ad Club 3-4 James R. McCormick, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Cen. Catholic Portland Business Ad Club 2-3-4 Mitchell R. Machnicki A.B. in Bus. Adm. Mohel High School Dickinson N. Dakota 20 9 Carl H Marlon 13 JB'11 s A Mmard Roosevelt Hi Portland AB in Bus Adm Business Ad Club 4 'IO Stanley H Mark AB in Bus Adm Roosevelt Hi Portlan 14 Business Ad Club 3 4 Swimming l 2 11 George J Mathews AB in Bus Adm Gresham Hi Gresham I2 Dale O Memers AB in Bus Adm Odessa High School Odessa Washington Business Ad Club 3 Spanish 4 Joseph J 0Rourke A B in Bus Adm St Joseph Academy Pendleton Oregon St Louis University 3 Arnold Air Society 4 AFROTC 4 NOT PICTURED AB in Bus Adm Cen Catholic Portland Goodwm G hmg AB Business Ad Club 3 4 Eu me L Mannm A B 9 91 Edwin D 0'Connor A B John J O Donnell A B 4 . , 3 I .. . d ' Q 1 I I : 1 ' Q R. F. McCabe, .if.,'A.ls. Eugene R. Petrasso, B.S. in Ind. Adm. Wash. High, Portland Leonard B. Raya, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Wash. High, Portland James G. Riordan, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Baker High, Baker, Or. Business Ad Club 3-4 Economist Club 3 Gerald l. Risberg, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Wash. High, Portland 5.Gordon V. Rogers, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Grant High, Portland Business Ad Club 3 6. Carl E. Spencer, Jr. B.S. in Ind. Adm. Grant High, Portland Business Ad Club 4 Engineers 2 Beacon 3, Track 2 7. Peter Q. Thorpe, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Colum. Prep, Portland Vanport 2 Business Ad Club 3-4 Monogram Club A Track 8. Robert M. Ueland, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Cleveland High, Port. 9. Kenneth Underdahl, B.S. in Ind. Adm. Grant High, Portland Business Ad Club 2-3-4 Ski l-2-3-4 10. G. Wayne Van Dyke, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Verboort High School Verboorth, Oregon Business Ad Club 3-4 Intercol. Knights 2-3-4 BUSINESS GRADS l1.Walter N. Weber, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Jamaica High, N. York Bus. Ad Club 'l-2-34- lntercol'te Knights 2-3 'l2.Rol:ert D. Wiese, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Vancouver Hi School Vancouver, Wash. 13. William S. Wilson, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Jeff. High, Portland NOT PICTURED Robert H. Reilly, A.B. Orville D. Schmitz, A.B Eugene Schneider, A.B. Jack J. Schuler, A.B. Gene L. Sears, A.B. John A. Van Gogh,A.B. Ray Foleen, best athlete. SCHOUL OF Wfalter S. Thompson became the dean of the ever-growing School of Engineering this year and followed a policy of expanding but not chang- ing former policies. This year the school will graduate its largest class, a class which ranks third in seniors at Portland in 1952. The school is centralized in the newest building on campus, the 3500,- 000 three-story Engineering building. It offers courses leading to a degree of bachelor of science in general en- gineering. WALTER S. THOMPSON, E.E. Dean of Engineering BROTHER FERDINAND MOSER CSC WILLIAM C PHELAN BSME VERNON H. ROSEBRAUGH, B.S.E.E., BS BArch Asst Prof of Mechanical Engineering B.S.C.E. Associate Professor of Engineering ASSY- Pf0f- of Civil Englneeflng MELVIN servm BS GEORGE W WATT BSEE WILBUR s. vvnLuAMs, M.E. Instructor in Engineering Asst Prof of Electrical Engineering Assistant Professor of Engineering GI EERI Wonder nf engineers C Lab apparatus an the two story shop g all the marker on thus mammoth tranner su e ave students engmeermg expenence ' ' ' " ' " I'cl -rule a hair line 1'1'1'vfg-rx-vv-nv-evxvu.-av,-C. -..A . .. - Frank A. Anderson, B.S. Commerce Hi, Portland Edward H. Bolf, B.S. Benson Poly, Portland R. L. Bottolfson, B.S. Jefferson Hi, Portland Engineers Z3-4 F. J. Campbell, B.S. Benson Poly, Portland Vayne R. Davis, B.S. Wash. High, Portland 7- Vern E' Dyck. B-5- 11. Gerard A. six, B.S. 14' 6. J. W. Du Bois, B.S. 10. John H. Garren, B.S. 13. R. D. Hollopeier, B.S. 16, Sganley L, Kum, B,S, Vancouver High Hubbard High School Roosevelt Hi, Portland Vancouver, Wash. Hubbard, Oregon Engineers 'l-243-4 University High Eugene, Oregon Outstanding Senior 4 Engineers 2-3-4 Blue Key 4, Gismo 3 Who's Who in Amer. Colleges 81 Univ. 4 Engineers 4 Engineers 1.3-4 15. Jan J. Korngold, B.S Spanish Club 2 Gismo 4 Sao Paulo High Quadrant 2 Sao Paulo, Brazil A. B. Kalkhoven, B.S. St. Louis College Honolulu, T.H. Class Treasurer 4 Engineers 2-3-4 Boarders' Club 2e3-4 Boarders' Choir 3-4 Swimming 3 GPIE 3 17. Ben M. Leach, B.S. Franklin Hi, Portland L5 Sam ENGINEERI G GRADS NOT PICTURED John N. Watt, B.S. John B. Lynch, B.S. Columbia Prep, Port. Engineers 1-2-3-4 Gleemen 3-4 Willard H. Lynch,B.S. Columbia Prep, Port. Gleemen 1, KDUP 4 Engineers 4, GPIE 3 G. C. Margason, B.S. Milwaukie High Schoo Milwaukie, Oregon 4. 5. Geo. T. Markich, B.S. Weatherwax High Aberdeen, Washington Engineers 2-3-4 Robt. J. Monks, B.S. Chiloquin High School Chiloquin, Oregon Engineers 3-4 Boarders' Club 3-4 e.w. J. obefding, B.S. Nucla High School Nucla, California 7. B. M.Orso-Manzonetta, 'I'I. F. J. Reichert, B.S. 'I4. Glyn E. Steiner, B.S. B.S. Mandan High School Kelso High School Cen. Catholic, Portland Mandan, N. Dakota Kelso, Washington 8. William J. Oyala, B.S. Engmeers 2-3-4 Wash. High, Portland 9. H. W. Pfenning, B.S. Mandan High School Mandan, N. Dakota Engineers 3-4 Boarders' Club 3-4 GPIE 3 10. J. H. Quiner ll, B.S. Eugene High, Eugene Boardersf Club 1-2.3.4 l5.S. J. Vassallo, B.S. 12. Carl V. Rossetfi, B.S. Balboa High School Balboa, Canal Zone lntercol'te Knights 3-4 Engineers l-2-3-4 13. L. J. Salvisburg, B.S. Benson Poly, Portland Roselle Park High Roselle Park, N. Jersey President ASUP 4 Monogram 3-4 Engineers 2-3-4 Manager Football 2 16. C. S. Walker, B.S. American High School Mexico City, Mexico SISTER ERNESTINE MARIE, F.C.S.P., R.N., B.S. Dean COLLEGE O Portland's College of Nursing, the only off-campus unit of the school, has been affiliated with the university since 1931 and since that time has been one of its most active divisions. The college, located at St. Vincent's hospital, has an enrollment of approx- imately 150 students who, in addition to their own activities, are active in the affairs of the main campus. A 1940 graduate of Portland, Sister Ernestine Marie, F.C.S.P., is the clean of the College of Nursing. SISTER AGNES BOHEMIA, F.C.S.P., R,N. Instructing Supervisor in Operating Room ARLENE ALLEN, R.N., B.S. Assistant Director, Nursing Service EMMA BOUSHA Registrar ANNE BROGAN, R.N., B.S., M.A. Asst. Dir. of Nurs. Educ. SISTER JOAN FRANCES, F.C.S.P., R.N., B.S. Supervisor of Obstetrics HARRIET E. OSBORN, R.N., A.B. Director of Nurs. Service DOROTHY EGGERT, R.N., B.S. Instr. in Med. Nursing GERTRUDE M. LEE, R.N., B.S., P.H.N. Health Coordinator GERTRUDE STICKNEY Librarian ' 5. ' I 15521, '-"" 5 'i- ,uv ., min., 'V' GEORGIANN S. GOMES CAROL M. HEWITT, GRACE E. HOGL RN BS RN,BS RN,BS Instr. in Surgical Nursing Instr. in Nursing Arts Asst. Prof. Obstet. Nurs. HELEN MADSON BARBARA A. NORMAN, BERNICE I. ORWIG, Bookkeeper B.S. R.N., A.B., B.S. Instr. Sup. in Diet Therapy Asst. Prof. Chem. S. Biol. GELENE H. STEUDLER, WILLA D. E. TROESTER, ELSBETH M. WALL, R.N., B.S. R.N., B.S. R.N., B.S. Asst. Instr. in Nurs. Arts Instructor in Orthopedics Instr. in Surgical Nursing F URSI REV. JOHN J. HOOYBOER, C.S.C., A.M. Regent Lucky Doll! No, thc mattress goes on the bottom . . ceremonies, Centigrade or Gad, what courage 1951. Farenhei1P even a smile. NURSIN GRA 1. E. J. Ashdown, B.S. Wash. High, Portland Beta Beta Beta 4 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Pep Club 1-2 2.Mary Brady, B.S. Franklin Hi, Portland Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Sodality 1-2 3. H. M. Callaghan, B.S. Jefferson Hi, Portland N.A.C. Represen'tive 4 Sodality 1-2 Pep Club 1-2 4. Joan Case, B.S. Jefferson Hi, Portland Sodality 1-2 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Beta Beta Beta 4 5.Virginia E. Clay, B.S. Jefferson Hi, Portland 6 7. 8. .loan Dove, B.S. St. Mary's Academy Portland, Oregon Outstanding Senior N.A.C. Represen'tive Stu. Body V. Pres. 3 Pep Club 1-2 Sodality 1-2 Beta Beta Beta 4 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Log 2 Carolyn Driscoll, B.S. St. Mary's Academy Medford, Oregon Pep Club 1-2-3 Choral 1-2 Biologist Club 1-2 Soclality 1-2-3-4 M. M. Gardner, B.S. St. Mary's Academy Portland, Oregon Beta Beta Beta 4 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Sodality 1-2 9. P. M. Garratt, B.S. Creswell High School Creswell, Oregon Choral 1-2-3 Pep Club 1-2 Biologist Club 1-2 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 10. Barbara Gartrell, B.S. Franklin Hi, Portland Pep Club 1-2-3 Beta Beta Beta 3-4 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Biologist Club 2-3 'I1.Joanne Gosch, B.S. St. Mary's Academy Medford, Oregon Outstanding Senior Class President 3 Class Treasurer 2 Stu. Body President 4 Pep Club 1-2-3 Sodality 1-2-3-4 Biologist Club 1-2-3-4 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 12. C. B. Griffin, B.S. .. Wash. High, Portland 13. Peggy E. Hatch, B.S. Boise Senior High Boise, Idaho Choral Club 1-2 Pep Club 1-2 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Rally Squad 2 Joanne Gosch, outstanding senior, College of Nursing. 14. Bertha Hee, B.S. St. Francis Convent Honolulu, T. H. Pep Club 1-2 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Biologist Club 1-2-3 Choral Club 1-2 15. Effie Hodge, B.S. Sweet Home High Sweet Home, Oregon 16. E. R. Hostetler, B.S. Canby High School Canby, Oregon Class Treasurer 1 Class Vice President 2 Choral Club 1-2 Pep Club 1-2 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Beta Beta Beta 4 17. I. Jungwirth, B.S. Sacred Heart Academy Salem, Oregon Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Beta Beta Beta 4 Biologist Club 1-2 Choral 1-2 Sodality 1-2 18. Y. lagerfeld, B.S. Sacred Heart Academy Salem, Oregon Choral 1-2 Biologist Club 1-2 19.Dorothy l.a Mar, B.S. Wash. High, Portland Choral 1-2 Pep Club 1-2 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 20. Donna lofgren, B.S. Gresham Hi, Gresham Pep Club 1-2 Choral 1-2 Biologist Club 1-2-3 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Beta Beta Beta 4 21.Carol Lutz, B.S. The Dalles High The Dalles, Oregon Pep Club 1-2 Choral 1-2 Biologist Club 1-2-3 22. M. C. McNally, B.S. St. Mary's Academy Portland, Oregon Class Secretary 1 Beta Beta Beta 4 Sodality 1-2 Pep Club 1-2 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Biologist Club 1-2-3 28 23. Barbara Marshall, B.S. 24. Martha Medler, The Dalles High The Dalles High The Dalles, Oregon The Dalles, Oregon Class Treasurer 2 Biologist Club 1-2-3 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Choral 1-2 Pep Club 1-2 Betty Narey, B 5 Bremerton Hugh School Bremerton Wash Alpha Tau Delta 3 4 Buologust Club 1 2 3 4 Luetta Nuelsen B S Sweet Home Hugh Sweet Home Oregon Pep Club 1 2 Choral 1 2 Buologust Club 1 2 3 4 Drawsheet 2 Joyce Ruckman B S Bend Hugh School Bend Oregon Alpha Tau Delta 3 4 Choral 2 Drawsheet 3 Phyllus Ryan B S The Dalles Hugh The Dalles Oregon N A C Represen tuve 1 N A C V Presudent 2 Class Secretary 3 Beta Beta Beta 3-4 Biologist Club 1-2-3-4 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Pep Club 1-2 Sodality 1-2 Choral 1 Pres. Ore. State Stu- dent Nurses Assn. 3 Louise Sacchini B.S. Wash. High. Portland Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Pep cuub u-2 Sodality 1-2 Biologist Club 1-2-3 JANICE BUYSERIE In Memormm Ruta Schwarz BS Sacred Heart Acad Salem Oregon Buologust Club 1 2 Sodaluty 1 2 Alpha Searcue BS Girls Poly Portland Class Chaurman 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 Alpha Tau Delta 3 4 Alice Shields BS Hamulton Hugh School Hamulton Montana Pep Club 1 2 Choral 1 2 Buologust Club 12 3 Alpha Tau Delta 3 4 Helen Sulluvan B 5 Henley Hugh School Klamath Falls Oregon Pep Club 1 2 10 C A Susanka BS Grant Hugh Portland Sodaluty 1 2 Pep Club 1-2 11.5. E. Thompson B.S. Los Angeles High Los Angeles Calif. 12. Janice M. Tucker B.S Seaside High Seaside Pep Club 1-2 URSING GRADS 13 G Van Dyke BS 15 N A Wummer BS Bouse Hugh School Bouse Idaho Buologust Club 1 Choral 1 14 Joan Van Hoom ussen BS Cleveland Hu Portland Bouse Hugh School Bouse Idaho Class Presudent 2 Alpha Tau Delta 3 4 Buologust Club 1 2 3 4 Choral 12 Pep Club 1 2 Pep Club 12 17 l M Zbunden BS Buologust Club 1 2 3 Beta Beta Beta 4 Sodaluty l 2 15 D J Vardanega BS Cleveland High Port. Franklin Hu Portland Alpha Tau Delta 34 Beta Beta Beta 4 Buologust Club 12 3 4 Pep Club l 2 N.A.C. Sec.-Treas. 3 18. Gladys Zielinski B.S. Beta Beta Beta 4 Alpha Tau Delta 3-4 Biologist Club 1-2-3 Sodality 1-2 Pep Club 1-2 Joan Dove most Sacred Heart Acad. Salem Oregon Sodality 1-2 Pep Club 1-2 Biologist Club 1-2-3 popular girl. Scarcely had the school year begun when the enture unuversuty was sad dened by the death of Januce Buyserie senuor student un the College of Nursung. Everyone who knew Janice loved her. Her beauty, her quiet shyness, the example of her good Catholic life-all endeared her to the classmates and friends, and made her passing the more difficult for those left behind. Yet sadness is bitter only to the ungenerous who wish that it had not been as God wanted it. For the beauty of her life certainly merited for her the beauty of the Vision of God. Death did not end anythingg it only changed some things. It ended the possibility of suffering for one another, of doing harm to one mutually accomplished, all the of resuming these affectionate another world. Janice Buyserie will always which we yet strive. anotherg what remained was all the good love that united hearts . . . and the hope intimacies devoid of all imperfections, in be remembered. She has attained that for REV. ROBERT F. BEH, C.S.C. 29 C U L L E G E O F Five departments offering courses in dis- tinct fields make up the College of Science This year a course leading to a degree in gen- eral science was added to the curriculum of the college. The Air Science and Tactics program of Portland,s AFROTC unit were also integrated into the College of Science. REV. JOHN A. MOLTER, C.S.C., Ph.D. Professor of Zoology, Dean BLONDEL H. CARLETON, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Zoology REV. WILLIAM J. COUGHLAN, C.S.C., A.B. Professor of Mathematics CHARLES E. LAUER, M.S. Assistant Professor of Mathematics ARTHUR RUSSELL MOORE, Ph.D. Professor of Zoology SCIENCE College of Science faculty members under the direction of Rev. John A. Molter, C.S.C., dean, and Rev. Iames C. Anderson, C.S.C., associate dean, lecture and conduct research in four campus buildings. Chemistry work is done in Science hall and its annex, physicists occupy the top floor of the Engineering building, and biology classes and labs are located in West hall. PHILIP S. SKELL Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry MERLE A STARR PhD Associate Professor of Physics ARTHUR L STEVENS PhD Asslstant Professor of Zoology WALTER J STOTT BS Assistant Professor of Chemustry BROTHER GODFREY VASSALLO C S C M S Professor of Physics PAUL E WACK PhD Assistant Professor of Physics Louis McKaeI and Jerry McCarthy observe Norm Wirth festung apparatus Rev James G Anderson CSC PhD associate professor of chermsfry assocla e dean of the College of Science James O. Brooks, B.S. Wash. High, Portland Patrick E. Doherty, B.S. Benson Poly, Portland Robin K. Durkee, B.S. Wash. High, Portland Gerald Duyn, Jr., B.S. Holy Redeemer Sem. Oakland, California Carl R. Foleen, B.S. Wash. High, Portland Basketball l-2-3-4 ASUP Secretary 4 Class Treasurer 3 Upsilon Omega Pi 3-4 Outstanding Senior 4 6. 7. 8. 9. J. B. McCarthy, B.S. Wash. High, Portland Upsilon Omega Pi 3-4 Biologist Club 2-3-4 Joe W. McCoy, B.S. Hillsboro Hi, Hillsboro Chemistry Club '2-3-4 Who's Who in Amer. Colleges 84 Universiiies W. A. McDonald, B.S. Jefferson Hi, Portland Geo. K. Matsucla,B.5. Lincoln High, Portland Chemistry Club 2-3-4 10. J. P. Megale, B.S. Marshfield Hi School Coos Bay, Oregon Biologist Club l-2-3-4 Il. Floyd E. Rice, B.S. Benson Poly, Portland 12. Allen L. Vance, B.S. Jefferson Hi, Portland 13. E. E. Vieira, B.S. St. Louis Prep School Honolulu, T.H. Beta Beta Beta 4 Drama Club 2 Boarders' Club I-2-3-4 Rally Club 2 14. B. H. Went, Jr., B.S. Columbia Prep, Port. Outstanding Senior 4 SCIENCE GR DS NOT PlCTURED Thomas K. Lau, B.S. Norman E. Morrison, B.S. Harry Newman, B.S. Burton Went, outstanding senior, College of Science SCHUGL of MUSIC One of Portlands newest dr V1S1Ol1S the School of MLISIC has ste1d1ly 111016118611 1ts en 1Oll1Tl6l'lt to more than 100 111 cludmg a large graduate de parhnent Anns of the school are to tram professlonal mu s1c1ans educate mus1c teach ers and to g1VC a nluslcal back ground to 1nterested students Eqlupment classes and of hoes of the School of Musrc ale 111 Muslc hall Several cam pus O1g3.l'11Lat101'lS 1I1ClLldlHg the Colleglum MUSICUIH the Gleemen the M1X6d Chorus 1nd the orchestra are unde1 the IUSPICGS of thrs depalt ment LOUIS P ARTAU AM Dean 7 1 . X. E . 3 a . . . 1 . 1 - . 3 - , - in other parts of the university. , - . .r . , . . 1 . 'Q 3. . . ' 2 . . l - Theo y co terpo nt and harmon cs Ph llppe De La Mare illustrates. AURORA P. UNDERWOOD, B.M. Professor of Piano REX UNDERWOOD 4 Prof. of Violin, Director of Orchestra MUSIC FACULTY Until this year, the School of Music was the only division of Portland that was coeduca- tional. It offers a Wide range of courses lead- ing to any of eight degrees, three of which are in the graduate field. A full-time faculty of ten is augmented by several part-time instruc- tors including professional musicians. ERNEST BASABE Teaching Assistant in Piano PHILIPPE R. ole la MARE, A.M. Associate Professor of Music CHARLES DIETZ, B.M. Instructor in Music, Director of Band ARTHUR B. HITCHCOCK, B.Mus. Prof. of Piano, Organ and Composition JOYCE HOLMES Teaching Assistant in Piano BRUNETTA E. MAZZOLINI Teaching Assistant in Voice ISABELLA CURL PIANA, A.B. Professor of Voice HARLEY A. REIFSNYDER, A.B. Graduate Assistant in Music Pupils practiced on each other in Rex Underwood's conducting class Colleges 8. Universities 4 -.. Virginia L. Ames, A. B. Grant High, Portland Phillip L. Blankenship, A.B. Salem High, Salem 5 David Case, A.B. University High, Eugene Pi Phi Mu 2-3-4 Drama Club l-2-3-4 Alpha Psi Omega 4 Rosemary C. Cooke, A.B. St. Mary's Acad., Portland Music-coecls l-2-3-4 Alpha Psi Omega l-2-3-4 Drama Club l-2-3-4 Spurs 4 Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4 IO. Gloria C. Marinacci, A.B. MUSIC GRADS . Dorothy A. Dunn, A.B. 6. Virginia L. Ellis, A.B. Vancouver High School, Jefferson High, Portland Vancouver, Washington St. Leo's High School, Tacoma, Washington A.W.S. 4 Music-coeds l-2-3-4 Italian Club 'l-2 Future Teach. of Amer. Portland Players l-2 Alpha Psi Omega I-2 Mixed Chorus 'l'2-3-4 4 Outstanding senior 4 7- Vin J- Fl"dliYi A-BH Un'vefS"Y Theatre L2 Musica-,eds 1.2.3.4 Commerce High, Portland Italian Club l-2 I ll. Elmer H. Ramsey, A.B. A.W.S. 4, Band l 8' Don R- GoodW""' A'B' Kelso High, Kelso, Wash. Mixed Chorus l Roosevelt High' Penland Council Representative 4 Orchestra l-2-3-4 Boarders' Club l-2-3-4 String Quartette l-2-3-4 9. Lew E. Kelly, A.B. Pi Phi Mu, Blue Key 4 GPIE 3 Sequoia High School, Band l-2-3-4 Redwood City, California Gleemen 3 Who's Who in American Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4 Gleernen 3 Dorothy Dunn, outstanding senior, School of Music. NOT PICTURED: Marilyn M. Anderson, A.B Ernest E. Basabe, A.B. Ernest D. Hobensack, A.B. U. S. AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS Portlandis unit of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corp, set up july 1, 1951, was headed this year by Lt. Col. Raleigh D. Smith. Formerly a member of the staff at the University of Wash- ington, Col. Smith directs a staff coin- posed of officers and enlisted men from every part of the nation. Right: LT. COL. RALEIGH D. SMITH, USAF Commandant Left: LT. COL. WILLIAM BRYAN, USAF Asst. Prof. of Air Sci. 8-Tact. E CLARK MfSgt J W CRUCK- Mlsgf C. G. FERGUSON, CAPT. K. L. ARNESON, Mfsgf. B. . , . . . . USAF USAF SHANK, USAF USAF Asst. Prof. of A. S. 8. T. Instr. in A. S. 81 T. Instr. in A. S. 8- T. Instr. in A. S. 8. T. MfSgt. O. L. RODGERS, Bro. MEINRAD SECARD, Mfsgf. E. R. TRAPHAGEN Mai. R. F. VENGELEN, USAF C.S.C. USAF USAF, A.B. d' Su S t. IAdministrativeI Asst. Prof. A. S. 8. T. Sgt. Mai. CAdministrativeD Asst. Mil. Prop Custo lan p. g TfSgf. JOHN L. REED, USAF Student Record Clerk Capt. PAUL J. WATA USAF, B.S., B.S. Asst. Prof. A. S. 81 T 1 Where's 1he fBdIO9 Thursdays saw the campus cadets In unlform Here's Flught "A" nn squad formahon Cadets absorb Lt Col Smnh s explanahon of an F51 s armament at Portland Anr Base AFROTC All f1esl1111c,11 and s0pl1011101es L11 101led 111 the Off1C61S t1a111111g p10 g1cu11 tl11s ye.11 Students 16g1StC16d 111 the p1Og1EI.111 spent two 1101115 a week 111 class and dulled once each Week 111 fo1111at1o11 Campus l16k1dqUH1f61S ot the U111 vewlty of Poltland Ulllt Wele estzlb hahed 111 one part of EdllC21t1Oll hall A Wlllg of Rec1eat1o11 hall was used as a supply C611t61 fO1 cadets A clay at The air base, cadets receive practice parachuies . . . and lectures on a C-46 engnie. Without a song their day will never end . . . 'specially on Thursdays when it's AFROTC band practice day. AFROTC Many members of the campus unit spent some time at the Portland Air Base learning more about offensive and defensive equipment of the Air Force. The practical knowledge gained there augmented the theory taught in the classroom. Besides drill squads, cadets Worked in band formation. The band repre- sented the unit musically at most of the official AFRCTC unit functions and participated in several general school functions as Well. The campus unit was led on review by its color guard. lt was chin up, chest out and all the rest at inspection lime. Squad "A" in rifle drill. "Now if they were to attack here," explains Colonel Smith. AFROTC The Portland unit, in its first year on campus, grew to a Well organized group of more than three hundred stu- dents, most of them in the lower cli- vision. Many of the beginning cadets will be chosen for advanced training here on campus and receive commis- sions in the Air Force Reserve upon graduation. Drill, training, inspections and prac- tice in the means of defense were only part of the AF ROTC programg most important the members of the unit learned to Work together and to lead men. ACTIVITIES f STUDENT GOVERNMENT 4' PUBLICATIUNS f ORGANIZATIONS f D A N O E S 1 D R A M A rbara Oxley and Pat Flynn cheer Sweeiheart Queen Kay Haugdahl. Under the leadership of President Sim Vassallo the 1951 52 executlve eouncil of the Associated Students gwe the student body the greatest number of social events m the recent history of the school The council llone sponsored seven activities and by keeping traditional events ahve and nnhatmg new ones became the back ers for the freshmfm welcome activ ities the Hflllowe en Masquer lde ball the city wide program of the 1nter college council to reduce raclal dis crmnnrtron the Community Chest drive the Crus xcle for Freedom the Vwlentines day Sweethearts formal second annual camrval of the Inter C' lub Council md the end of the term Cnnpus Day In flclthtxon to its socul pl mmnff ittlutles the executive council en J Y through 1tS committees the various 0l'g'll1lZHt10I15 that h ld been assigned the operations of the speufm functrons of student government More definite procedure on parking regnlrtions and finince were the result of 1 comprom 1se which settled an Intercollgmtz, Knight Council dispute The pubhca tion of the student yeflrbook was brought more directly under the juris diction of the council when the ASUP flgreed to frn individual student flssess ment to finance the public mon of the '1I1I1lI'll SAMUELJ VASSALLO President Roselle Park New Jersey EDWARD J CASTAGNA, Vice President JOSEPH R KEATING Treasurer DAVID A SUTHERLUND Secretary BBYOUHEI New JBFSEY Bllllngs Montana Albuquerque New Mexvco S - . . 1 . . . 1 1 Y C - 1 C 3 s . . 1 . , . K, , 3 , 1 . - 4 , . 1 ' - . ' , z - - - .1 . I . . . .1 1 . 5 1 I . Y. . V. I . A . - tered the 'udiciar field, investigating . . y . t ' ' ' 2 - . ' ' -. z " r z ' . ' 1 ' .. 1 ' - 'lx ' I I 'K .l ' ,l - . i. . u J . . - C C l ' ' K L nl " . I .li . . . . . , G . , , ' x The executive council of the Associated Students-front row: Rev. Erwin W. Orkiszewski, C.S.C., adviser. Ed Castagna, ASUP vice president, Sam Vassallo, ASUP president, Dave Sutherlund, ASUP secretary, Joe Keating, ASUP treasurer. Back row: Lee Flegel, sophomore councilman, Jim Flynn, freshman councilmanp Jerry Dahlheim, freshman president: Dick Davi, senior councilmang Dick Van Hoomissen, sophomore president: Gottlieb Baer, senior presidentg John Rulifson, iunior councilman: Forrest Campbell, junior president. Not pictured, Elmer Ramsey, senior councilman. SU I A new social calendar for the campus activities was drawn up by the council during the last part of the first semester. The new schedule aimed at min- imizing the conflicts of dates and made possible a fairer and more equal distribution of time to cam- pus organizations. The biggest action on the part of the council dur- ing the year was the establishment of the Associated NVomen Students Council at the University of Port- land. The ASUP revised and approved a constitution for the new group shortly after the end of the first year that Coeds had been on the campus. A revision of the constitution of the Associate Slu- dents, the first since its ratification in 1950, was also undertaken by the executive council. Points of pro- cedure and other aspects of the original document which had been hindering the function of the ASUP were ironed out and settled by the adoption of some of the constitution conimitteeis recommendations. 1951-52 marked the first year that the council worked under the supervision of active faculty ad- visers. Three members of the staff, Rev. john I. Hooyhoer, C.S.C., regent of the college of nursingg Rev. Erwin W. Orkiszcwslci, C.S.C., history depart- ment head, and Dr. Paul Wack, assistant professor of physics, held the post. EX OFFICIO OFFICER DEAN VAILLAN COURT Parknng Dar RICHARD WELLE Parlnamentaruan I T E R C L U B STANLEY THOMPSON NFCCS Chaurman DOUGLAS GEYMER C O U N C I L Beacon Ednor DOROTHY DUNN AWS Representatnve JOE NAMBA Rally Chairman Inter club Councrl nn sessuon Representatnves from each club met twuce a month under the direction of Chairman Ed Castagna to :ron out club plans and problems ED SPRINGER L Edt og lor Round and round she goes the roulette wheel was the center of attractuon at JIM POPHAM the two nrghf Inter club Councxl carmval Log Editor AWSUP Almost a year after Portland be- came coeducational, a constitution establishing the Associated VVo1nen Students was ratified. This organ- ization was set up primarily to co- ordinate and encourage the extra- curricular activities of the coeds on campus, to act as a counselling unit and to work in cooperation with the Associated Students. The AWS undertook the prep- arations for the May Day rally in honor of the Blessed Virgin, work- ed on the Senior Week-end for high school students as Well as directing a ca1npus Mothers' day. GLORIA MARINACCI, President, AWS JACKIE DuSAULT. Vice President ROBERTA DORSAY, Secretarv ANN HILGER, Treasurer DEE ANN MURPHY. Seroeant-at-arms The House Rules Committee Student government at the College of Nursing the House Rules commit- tee Snthng Joan Gosch Alpha Searcue Lynn Sllva Anna May Wahl, Marlene Max Standing Helen Callaghan Shirley Mclntyre Kathryn Hague. LLY SQUAD Seven up through a baby mpple was easy for anyone with a lit tle pull Oregon State college sent a talent convoca- tion complete with canscan girls and a real live hula girl. Doreen Wachsmuth, Fall semester rally girl. Jim Creegan, Con- vocation director. Cheerleaders Bud Nash, Joe Namba and Dan Duffy take to the air. Pat Ledwith Pat Flynn Janet Wilhelm Barbara Oxley, Pat Clark ancl Helen lgarttunen . .I. real rally galllies. Kangaroo court saw frosh penalized with cream pies, day old, of course. 1 , Z , MAY DAY Several h u n d r e d Portlanders joined members of the student body in a May Day procession in honor of the Blessed Virgin. The group marched from Christie hall along the path lined with scenes from the joyful Mysteries to the Marian shrine Where they recited the rosary and crowned the statue. A six-gun salute at the consecration of the Memorial Mass Campus Day. Part of the candle light procession at the May Day rally. CAMPUS DAY Campus Day, 1951, the climax of the yearis festivities opened with High Mass in remembrance of Port- land alumni killed in World War II. A seven-man Marine color guard attended the memorial service. The rest of the seven-point pro- gram for the day included a tug-o- war between the boarders and day students resulting in a dousing for the "day dogsng a series of contests by campus Coeds such as egg toss- ing, softball throw and relay races, a free lunch and a high-point win of the faculty softball team over a senior squad. Dorothy Dunn, senior from Van- couver, Washington, was picked as the queen of the evening dance, the top activity of the day. Any girl at the dance was eligible to be queen. The iudges picked Dorothy Dunn and this court. JIM POPHAM JIM VINCENT Dlf-TK MAY Photographer THE LOG The eighteenth volume of the Log was the most rapidly produced and least expensive yearbook at the University of Portland since the end of the War. Until the beginning of the second semester the book was an uncer- tainty but was finally assured by the student councills approval of an individual student assessment in Ianuary. The council ap- pointed Iim Popham and Ed Springer as co- editors of the annual. Produ . y e 1n February after a budget allotment was announced by Arnold B. Peterschmidt, controller. Rapid Work by the staff, the engravers, the printers and the binders made it possible for the book to be circulated before the end of the school year. ction got under wa lat ' MARGIE McMAHON Class Editor Staff Writer O 1952 Pugld economy fo1ced the 111111111 staff to lnake sever 11 cost cuts 111 016161 to produce .1 boolx 1111 ge and complete enough to cov GI the yea1 s eve11ts The only staff 111e111 bel to wo1k the entne yeu on the book was 11111 1711106111 pl'lOtOg'1c1pl1C1 Class p1ClIll16S and 5611101 po1t1uts were taken fo1 an exceptlonally lovs PIICC by B1otl1e1 Godfrey Vassallo C S C p1'1yS1CS depalt ment he ld One of t11e 111ost C11ff1CLllt jobs 1'1y1ng out md cf1pt1o11111g class pages was e11pe1tly handled by Dlclx May class Gd1tO1 Club wuteups md 01g'1111Z1t1011 W1s the WOlk of Al Webe1 club CC11tO1 Kev Van HOO111 155611 co111p1eted the sports SCCU011 of t11e book Copy Wlltlllg dunes were '1SS1g116d to Than Nguyen 1nd MJIIOIIG McMahon MISS McM'111on fmlso CO11'1pllCd t11e 111dex B111 P1ckett numbered the SCHIOI p1ctu1es 1nd Pat Flynn couected P1001 ED SPRINGER Ed 1 THAI NGUYEN AL WEBER KEV VAN HOOMISSEN BROTHER GODFREY VASSALLO CSC St ff Wr ter Club Ed for Sp rts Ed tor Class Phofog aph . I I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 C C , - .2 ' . 1 . A . , , . . . - 1 . . . . . . , F. . . . z . Q, , . ' . - ' . . ., ' 1 1 , C 1 1 r . 1 7 1' 1 1 1 ' - - , . . ., - , A 'k . , c 1 1 ' l 1 v 1 1 y 1 c . , , 1 ' - 1 1 ' 1 , . .' 1 , 1 . ' , ' , 1 . C C C Cs . ' 1 , - , . . . 1 ' C C . c c . . Co- nor C 1 a i i o 1 THE Twenty issues of the Beacon, campus eight- page weekly, were circulated to the student body and alumni during the year. Revised makeup and re- designed headline styles, es- pecially on the editorial page, were the most marked changes in the student newspaper. Popular features were columns by Jim Cehrts, Jeff Yohn and Pat Pendergast, cartoons by Nat Vincent and editorials and articles by ,Tony Giacomini and Nancy Vincent. REV. CLAUDE BOEHM, C.S.C. Adviser Smmg Tony Gaacommn Nancy Vmcenf Jean Grosvenor Kev Van Hoomissen, Earl Schaubel, Joe Gardner, Jim Gehrts Standing Nat Vmcent Tom Fragas Len Cebula Don Zettle Phil Walden. BEACON Ed Sprmger was appomted ed1tor of the publ1cat1on for the fall se mester and Doug Geymer held the post dllflllg the sprmg A large staff covered campus nevss md feature events Wlnle gammg ex perlence 1n the art of wutmg and l0ll1'llE1l1Sf1C makeup Thls year for the f1rst tlme the Beacon reported the '1ct1v1t1es of the Women on campus Pat Pen delgast penned a weekly coed column supplementmg faslnon and news '1rt1cles H1ghest 1n readershlp was the sports page edlted by Joe K0 vach Thls department publlshed ketball squ 1d and helped pro mote mterest 111 the skung base ball track 'md mtramulal te rms EDWARD SPRINGER Fall Ed tor DOUG GEYMER Sp g Ed for JEFF YOHN NORM STRANGE PAT PENDERGAST JOE KOVACH 7 Z . . .. . I C c . . . A u C - I . Cs ' K ' a . . . L c , ' '- detailed data on Portland,s bas- i - . . .. , C - c , ' c ' ' ' 2 . l rin I Editorial Page Associate Ediio N ws Edt 1 Edt r SOME F Frosh-Soph field day dampening. A litile grass shack in Education-a-halla Hawaii This is singing in the rain? Hypo time for cadets note th ' ' U e frendlsh grin And I he ard that he was engaged! Fitting for a capping. DR Tenseness in "After Dark" was relieved by between-the-act oleos. "Your money or your life," cries Jesse James Page. "Caught you rippling, eh?" quips Valet Carl Markgraf. "Missouri Legend" The life of Bandit Jesse James was rc- lived on 'the stage of Education hall by Dick May, Bob Page, Lee Paves, lean Grosvenor, Verne Carlson, Donald Howard, Dave Sutherlund, Rosarnond Kelty, Joan DuCay, David Case and Donald Carpenter. "Candlelight" During the sumrner, the University Theatre presented an impersonation play with Bob Page, Carl Markgraf, Ieanne Tabscott, Pete Howard, Lueen Heigh, Helen Karttunen, Lee Paves and Bob Jacques handling the principal roles. DRAMA "Personal Appearance" Campus dramatists showed the fuss and bother that the advent of a movie celebrity could bring to a small town in a fall production of "Personal Appearancef, Cast includa ed Ioan DuGay, jean Grosvenor, Pat Conners, Dave Sutherlund, Beverly Zumwalt, Bob Iacques, Lee Paves, Pete Howard, Barbara Leonard and Shirley Vernetti. "After Dark" Local play-actors had a chance at some real old-time melodrama when they produced "After Darkv for the benefit of the National Federation of Catholic College Students. The aud- ience participation added to the ef- forts of cast to make show success. Joan dreams of Hollywood: Bob dreams. Villains Lee Paves lhissl and Bob Page Khissl close in on hero Dave Sutherlund CHOORAYD. DRAM Dennis Cassldys warnings io revelers Lee Pav s Sal Mardesuc Bob Jacques and Barbara Leonard go unheeded In Twelfth Nrght Two Shakespea1e.m C01Tl6d16S wma pex founcd by the campm d1211T1"l gloup dllllllg the yeax Wlth .1 clst of 20 fO1 Twelfth Nlght and 91 fO1 Tammg of the Shrew, the S1XtC6llth centuly plays were PC1fOllTlCd 111 a tweuueth C611tll1y scttmg Page io Conners Klss me Kaie Someone dropped a penny during Shrew rehearsals I MIXED CHORUS AND GLEEMEN This year PO1'fl3l1d,S Mixed Chorus: schedule included performances in the Portland Symphonic production of the Berloiz Ptequim, in a Christ- mas program on campus and in the Art Museum and in a spring pres- entation of the Faure Requiem. The group was directed by Arthur Hitchcock and Harley Reifsnyder. Under the direction of Rev. George L. Dum, C.S.C., the Gleemen this year entertained at basketball game intermissions, at several Portland high schools and at a Sunday con- cert at Maccabees Home for the Aged. The group sang during the May Day Coronation and at the Commencement Mass, Top-First row: Pat Limbach, Barbara Oxley, Sharon Hickey, Sally Johnston, Elaine Flaherty, Rosemary Maher, Mary Lou Verschingel, Virginia Ames, Marilyn Anderson, Doris Ries, Treve Maxwell. Second row: Maria Severns, Gloria Marinacci, Barbara McCullough, Helen Stoddard, Pat Flynn, Jean Grosvenor, Pat Vohs, Lorene Jarvis, Delores Pumala, Barbara Leonard, Margie Manthe, Bessie Williams. Third row: Barbara Wills, Jack Sackman, Hal Sherman, Andre Kurmins, Mathias Ethen, Van Findlay, Forrest Huffaker, John Hayden, Fred Cone, Gary Jacobson, Don Person, Dave Case, Dick Janes, Rosemary Cooke. Pianist: Sylvia Velguth. Bottom-Director Rev. George L. Dum, C.S.C. Pianist: Barbara McCullough. First row: Neshell Ott, John Coughlan, Charles Woods, Ken Seal, Archie Gress, Benny Daltoso, Phil Devito. Second row: Ken Knowles, Barry Hagan, Kev Van Hoomissen, Cliff Greco, Dick May, Al Weber, Gary Jacobson, Phil Walden. 5 FCJREIGN ST DE T Part of PortIand's 50-student internafional group: First row, Ivan de Huszovszky Kal Chu Masako Kanna Thai Nguyen, Long Tran, Kiem Viet Ly, Ephraim Layode. Second row, Larry Apiagyei Vincent Pastor George Sih John Tung, Hai-Cheng Wu, Jih-Chuan Wang, Hsing-Liang Lai, Rev. Joseph S. McGraIh CSC director Third row Ryohei Kikuno, Iwao Kanamori, John Nemecek, Augusto Roedel, Gaspar de Ia Chica, Shih Kung Liu Jose Vasquez Henry Vnlks KD KDUP, "The Voice of the Uni- versity of Portlandf' begun as an experimental project last spring, assumed a daily four-hour broad- casting schedule -this year. Types of prograrns ranged from disc 'music and news to drama and comedy. NAT JACKSON Program Director TOM COONEY and JIM POPHAM Comedians? ? ? ? DICK BARNARD Announcer LEE FLEGEI. Chief Announcer WILLIAM STITES Faculty Director RELIGIO Studc,11t pa1t1c1p.1t1011 111 1Cl1g1OUS dCt1V 1ty 111c1eased malkedly th1S yea1, both 111 the 11u111be1 of devot1o11s conducted for stucleuts and 111 the attendance at these se1v1ces A Weekly bulletm pubhshed by to1111ed of CXGICISGS and gave apt com ments Peltdllllllg to them Rev Arthur W Near CSC AM Prefect of Rellglon Retreatrnaster F a t h e r De launay maxed humor wtth solemmty at the two day re treat staged early thus year Lenten servxces drew large gatherungs Father OBr1en, unset, delivered Wednesday sermons The boarders choir added music to religious functlons throughout the year ' ' W the religion depzu't111e11t kept readers i11- lz ,Md S8 JUNIOR DANCE Several hunderd braves and their squaws were on hand for the music of Elmer Ramsey and his orchestra at the first semester junior class dance. Only part of the dancing was as Indian as the decorations. SENIOR DANCE Elaborate, realistic decora- tions, an entertaining floor show and an record turnout made "A Night In Hawaii" last fallis senior class dance, a big success. Hit of the eve- ning was the island quartet. Floor show was outstanding as were the decorations in a "Night in Hawaii." lnjun war chant rnakum heap good dancing at "Indian Summer." DANCES Soph Dance Sophomores began their social activities this year with a Columbus Day sport dance in Education hall. Twin attractions of the evening were the cor- onation of Pat Clark as "Moonlight Queenv and the announcement of Frosh election returns. Sig Haga and his orches- tra provided the music. Freshman Pa1 Clark, inset, was 1he queen of the Soph dance. Masquerade Ball 'The Witches Ballf, Port- land's second annual Mas- querade Ball saw students don an imaginative collec- tion of costumes with the grand prize awarded to two canned beans. The ball was one of the several events sponsored by the ASUP this year. These "has beans" won the best costume prize at the HaIIowe'en Masquerade Ball But everybody else was happy. 61 MILITARY AND BIOLOGIST BALLS Portland's first Little Colonel, Nancy Scholz, receives hardware from Cadet Major Dick Davi. If this court goes with the Air Force, where's the recruiting office The newest and the oldest of Portlandis formal dances both drew record crowds this year. Dancers attending the Military ball witnessed the Coronation of the first Little Colonel at Port- land, Nancy Scholz, campus fresh- man. "Pink C-hainpagnefi the nine- teenth annual Biologists, ball was climaxerd by the intermission cor- onation of Phyllis Ryan, college of nursing senior. 62 Celebrity of the Bug Ball was Baby Brooks, inset, official crownbearer SWEETHEARTS' BALL - PROMS A second ASUP affair, the Valentine Sweet- hearts' Ball, brought a record turnout to Edu- cation hall to Witness the coronation of Kay I-Iaugdahl as the 'cQueen of Sweethearts." The ceremonies were held during the intermission of the no-charge dance. Sweeiheans and how! From left: Donna Walsh, Janet Wilhelm, Queen Kay Haugdahl, Barbara Oxley, Pa? Flynn. Gene emotes while Sy gloafs at the iunior and senior prorns. Juniors danced around a combination camelia and daffodil cente1'- piece at last springfs Junior Prom. Specialty numbers and decora- tions honoring Port- landas Golden Iubilee were top attractions. In May nearly 300 couples crowded into McElroy,s ballroom for the Class of '5l,s Senior Prom. CAMPUS CLUB In 1901 52 lllldel the leadership of john Tieiney, p1 6S1d6Ht Mai 10 Monaco, vice p1 es 1d611t Philip Kearney, sec1etary tl easuier, ind Fouest Campbell ICC iepiesentative, the Campus Club had a full schedule Work ing as 1 unit agamst the day dogs the O1 ganization was victorious in Campus Day contests and climased the year with a picnic in May. Chow time . . . l1ow's about a little more gravy? Telephones C31 divided by boarding students lover 2005 equals busy signal. 64 By far the largest single organization at Port- land, the Campus club, composed of all boarding students, this year met formally once a month and informally three times a day. The two hundred active members lived, Worked and studied together in Christie and St. Ioseph halls. This was the first full year that boarders ate in the nearly new Pilot House. Bull sessions were not infrequent, topics were limitless. Classical, swing, hillbilly-on the Platter Hour in St. Joseph's hall. .sr A if lim? WN ,if . USM if meg? Shi ww if fy HBE 11 Mig' ."?'af 55 al 2 '51 gg V E' , K W K 9 ai 1, ,, ,my .,, E :QW ' -25-1 Q 4 JIM POPHAM Pres., Fall Semester MANUEL MIKE Pres., Spring Semester UPSILGN OMEGA PI Upsilon Omega Pi, pep club, has, in its second year of existence, become one of the largest groups at Port- land. Acting as a nucleus in the drive to increase stu- dent backing of the basketball team and school func- tions, this organization has set an enviable record of accomplishments. First row: Farrell Biorkman, Don Zenger, Jerry Fuller, Ken Strode, Manuel Mike, Bud Nash, Dan Duffy, Al Anderson, Kev Wager, Dick Donovan. Second row: Earl Farley, Tom Sears, Jim Newman, Frank McCanna, Dave Sutherlund, Joe Brozene, Jim Popham, Lloyd Weisensee, Jim Vincent, Jim Malone. Third row: Newt Acker, Al Weber, George DeLong, Jerry McCarthy, Jim Creegan, Dick Crisera, Dick May, Gary Jacobson, Dick Gibbons, Dick Davi, Tom Condon. Fourth row: Faculty Adviser Jim Headrick, Tom Cooney, Don May- field, Dick Van Hoomissen, Norm Wirth, Jim Flynn, Bob Christensen, Al Rousseau, Kenny Uphoff. Most noticeable activity of Upsilon this year was their sponsorship of several basketball game "Stag N ightsn when all members dressed in white shirts and cheered as a unit. A bulletin board in the Pilot House was donated by the or- ganization. Socially, the group held sev- eral joint meetings with neighboring colleges and post-game open dances. Pledges painted garbage cans purple by the dozens Fall semester date meeting, 70 guests attended a highly successful party. Fnrsr row Wayne Van Dyke Kev Van Hoomnssen Jerry Johnson Tom Gennette Jlrn Serres Forrest Campbell Second row Earl Grlffm Ron Van D ke Gene Martin Bob Herb Warren Car er W'-ss, Y Thnrd row John Lamkm Joe Purdue Dean Valllancourt Ron ,sv TOM GENNETTE President Vuylsteke Jose Vasquez INTERCOLLEGIATE KNIGHTS In Zl.dd1t1Ol'l to then lC,gllld1 dutles of handlmg traff1c and Palklllg tlus yeal the Intercollegnate Kmghts took over the ushermg at campus events and bas ketball games The orgamzahon worked 1n COOI'd1l121f1011 Wltll the Mothexs club 'md asslsted 1n the Commumty Chest 'md TB dr1ves Blggest accompllshment of the year was the Sp011SOI'1l1g of the campus blood drlve, a CEl.Il'lP9.1g11 Wluch netted more than 200 Plllfb and set a new small school recold for blood donanons Brother Godfrey C S C , IS the g1OllP S aclvlser The IKs were really pulling for the parking director Ctowards St Johns that J A record breaker was thus year's blood drnve, the doughnuts and coffee were a post dramnng treat 67 , X C , -f '2 ' it C ' xl l llil, ' 2 4 r 'ar me .. f ECC "' ,, .. I , 5 'S , ' C 5 -eff? le . tlmf -2 - ' 'lllf ' 5 1 1 I ll 4 I 1 - 2 4235 1 1 , , T - 2 C C 1 , 1 I 5 i L , - C 3 . . . . . I u o u 9 C , , L I ' 1 . , , . . . . , is. mapa: gl: , msg z W6 . W M., xi!! may xv W, , ' iff, ' -4 iii ms 4 ' QW Q 'iw ??'fT rt, il wi ME? ,xxx K- P First row: Jim Popham, Jim Creegan, Tom Gennette, Forrest Campbell. Second row: Jim Serres, Dean Vaillancourt, Gottlieb Baer, Stanley Thompson. Third row: Edward Castagna, Mario Monaco, Al Kalkhoven. l JOHN TIERNEY, President DICK DAVI, President First row: Robert Hampton, Denis Kidd, Bert Villanueva, Norm Silver, Don Rose, Elmer Wong, Joe Teresi, Bob Sasaki. Second row: Larry Arthur, Bob Masai, Richard Cowan, James Givnan, Robert Bowin, Jack Austin, Bob Christensen, Leonard Sweet. Third row: Norm Foster, John Lalonde, Bob Edwards, Dick Davi, Robert Rudolph, Joseph Swain. BLUE KEY J In its first full year at Portland, the Blue Key, national service honorary, has headed many charitable drives and worked together with campus groups in other campaigns. Member- ship of the group is limited to juniors and sen- ior. Candidates for the society are chosen for leadership, activity and scholarship. 70 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY Sponsors of the yeaifs biggest dance, the Mil- itary Ball, the Portland chapter of the Arnold Air Society was formed this year and is made up of members of the campus unit of the AFROTC. The three purposes of the or- ganization are the furtherment of the mission of the Air Force as a means of defense, the promotion of American citizenship and the increase of the efficiency of the ROTC cadets. DARRELL LANDREY Meetings such as this one made the Coronation Ball and other Biologists' club affairs successful. P 'd t res' en First row: lla-Vay Jungwirth, Mary McNally, Lillian Zbinden, Dorothy Vardanega, Margaret Gardner, Donna NQRM :VlRTl'l Lofgren. Second row: Arthur L. Stevens, aclviserg Frank Milligan, Norm Wirth, Darrell Landrey, Phyllis Ryan. rest ent BIOLOGISTS Portlandis Biologists,club, one of the schoolis oldest and largest organizations, has a mem- bership chiefly composed of campus biology majors and student nurses. This year the group met monthly and heard lectures by specialists in several fields. Social activities of the Biolog- ists, were climaxed by the nineteenth annual Coronation Ball and included a club picnic and participation in the ASUP-ICC Carnival. BETA BETA BETA Twenty-two new members were initiated into Portlandis Epsilon Zeta chapter of Beta Beta Beta, national biological honorary, this year. The group is made up of biology and nursing students who have maintained high scholastic averages and shown interest in the progress of biological research. Noted researchers, espec- ially in the field of medicine, were guest speak- ers at the organizations' meetings. 71 First row: Al Anderson, Jim Malone, Don Beebe, Bob Cato, Gil Kaer, George Galati, Stan Pearlman, Ken Beebe. Second row: Jim Newman, Kev Wager, Kev Van Hoomissen, Bob Sinclair, Franklin Kidd, KEN BEEBE President Jacqueline Peterson, Claire Van Zile, Pat McCully. Third row: Don Zenger, George Haur, Tom Becker, Joe Villanueva, Jose Vasquez, Tom Smith, Marlene Filler. Fourth row: Ken Cooke, Jim Oberle, Jim Niedermeyer, Phil Galluzzo, Gaspar de la Chica, N. W. Zancanella, adviser, Dan Duffy. Fifth row: Dick Davl, Gerald Biggar, Bill Centen, Jim Svoboda, Dick Palumbo, Ed Byerlee, Chuck Williams. PAT PREBLE President First row: Van Findlay, Pat Preble, Rosemary Maher, Mabel Schaecher, Lucille Buchsbaum, Jim Powloski. Second row: Bob Cato, Ivan de Huszovszky, Jan Korngold. SPANISH' CLUB Witli an active membership of more than eighty students, Portland,s Spanish club this year had a full program of cultural and social events including foreign stu- dent contacts, lectures, movie travellogues and correspondence. In addition to its own activities, this organization partic- ipated in excursions, dinners and socials with the French and Travel clubs and with the Marylhurst Spanish club. FRENCH CLUB The study of French language, culture and traditions has been the primary aim of Portland,s French club. This year the group undertook the publication of a monthly bulletin, Les Copains. A banquet for members was the top social activity of the year. The organization is led by Pat Preble, president, Bob Cato, vice pres- ident, Van F indlay, secretary, and Rose- mary Maher, treasurer. EDITH EBE First row: Alice Bennett, Rilly Wakeman, Mary Eliza President beth Schesso, Barbara Wills, Lynn Silva, Jeanne Preble, Charlene Daugherity. Second row: Shirley Vernetti, DOREPTHZ DUNN Pat Mohr, Margie Manthe, Nannette Furry, Suzanne resi ent Reuther, Mary Ann Lane. Third row: Sally Smith, Joyce Gosch, Rosemary Cook, Edith Ebe, Mary Lou Verschin- gel, Shirley Rirnkus. SPURS One of the newest and most active organ- izations at Portland, the Spurs, Womenis service group formed this year, has handled such projects as wrapping gifts for the Christmas party, ushering at plays and con- certs, promoting the campus chest X-ray drive and decorating for dances. First row: Virginia Ames, Dorothy Dunn, Gloria Mar- inacci, Sharon Hickey, Rosemary Maher, Doris Ries, Marilyn Anderson. Second row: Dee Ann Murphy, Sylvia Velguth, Delores Pumala, Ann Hilgers, Virginia Ellis, Pat Pendergast, Lorene Jarvis. Third row: Pat Preble, Barbara Wills, Jackie DuSault, Ethel Aune, Rosemary Cook, Lucille Grabovac, Mary Elizabeth Schesso. MUSIC-COEDS Originally established for girls in the School of Music, the Musi-Coeds this year opened their membership to all Women students interested in music. Their activities this year included a dinner-dance, musical so- cials, a recital for mothers, a pot-luck din- ner and annual picnic. 73 Sitting: Carl Markgraf, Pete Howard. Standing: Dave Case, Don Carpenter, Bob Page, Dave Sutherlund. CARL MARKGRAF P 'd Sitting: Jean Grosvenor, Pat Connors, Joan DuGay. Standing: Dave Case, Dave Sutherlund, Lee Paves, Don Car- res' em penter, Carl Markgraf, Bob Page, lrv Johnston, Pete Howard, Bill Wenker. PETE HOWARD President ALPHA PSI GMEGA Students, Whose work in campus drama produc- tions has been notable, made up of the mem- bership of Portlandis Kappa Kappa chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatic fraternity. Biggest event during the year for the group is the annual initiation. The fratern- ity Was directed by Carl Markgraf in 1951-52. 74 DRAMA CLUB The Drama club, aiming to encourage general student participation in campus plays, this year was led by Pete Howard, president, Bill Wen- ker, vice president, Carl Markgraf, business manager, and Bob Page, secretary. The club Worked to coordinate interest in acting, direct- ing, set designing, business management of plays and production. .aka DON STRACHAN President GIL KAER President YCLHWG1DEMCS ln an election year, Portlandis Young Democrats were busy preparing for next tallis balloting. The campus group was one of the most active chapters of the organization in this region. Biggest project of this influential club during the year was getting out the Democratic primary vote. Officers were Don Strachan, presidentg Lee Flegel, vice pres- identg Joyce Cosch, secretary, and Iames Malone, treasurer. First row: Jim Malone, Lynn Silva, Joyce Gosch, Mabel Schaecher, Lee Flegel. Second row: George Hauer, Tom Foley, Larry O'Connell, Rolland Greif. First row: Dick Palumbo, Stanley Pearlman, Al Anderson. Second row: Tom Smith, Gil Kaer, Bob Cato, Ken Beebe. Third row: Bob Sinclair. TRAVEL CLUB Reorganized during 'the secondseinester, the Travel club heard talks by recently returned travelers and viewed movies of foreign lands in their armchair voyaging sessions. A joint social was held with the Spanish club. The organization sought to educate as Well as interest its members in being professional tourists. President was Gil Kaerg vice president, Stan Pearlmang secretary-treasurer, Bob Sinclair, and ICC representative, Ken Beebe. john Croeger was faculty adviser. Firsr row: .Joanne r:. uoscn, Joan Uove, nerma r-lee, oocxamy officers, smmg: betty Krautscneid, Joyce DEE SHUI-MERICH Peggy Hatch. Second row: Joan Case, Barbara Gartrell, Gosch. Standing: Sally Cleary. President 'Elizabeth Ashdown, Mary Gardner, Betty Narey. HANNAH 0'LEARY A President ALPHA TAU DELTA SODALITY Outstanding scholars in the junior and sen- ior classes at the College of Nursing are eli- gible for membership in the University of Oregon Eta chapter of Alpha Tau Delta, na- tional nursing honorary. The group, which has been active since 1934, has a large alumni. It was headed this year by Dee Shulmerich. Sponsoring the progress of Catholic Action at the College of Nursing was the biggest accomplishment of the Sodality of Mary. The society was primarily interested in pro- moting charitable campaigns. This year the Soclality, which claims membership of the majority of Catholic students in nursing, was reorganized. Front row Rev Erwnn W Orknszewskn CSC advuser Stan Thompson Elmer Wong That Nguyen Pete Thorpe Jam Popham Second row Chester Beall Rolland Grelf Dean Vatllancourt Larry Apsagyel Joe Foster Thlrcl row Tom Cooney Don Ket tleberg Ivan deHuszovszky Standtng Martin Vandenberg Dave Sutherlund Don Carp nier Joan DuGay Lee Paves Jean Grosvenor Pete Howard Marlene Gattucclo Vern Carlson Paul Ouellette adviser Bob Page Duck May Irvmg Johnston Dave Case Jack Densem Carl Markgraf Bull Wenker Slttnng Pat Connars Betty Kramer Rosamond Kelty I R C UNIVERSITY THEATRE Meetrng weekly to d1SCl15S p1oble1ns of natronal Relatrons club h IS sponsored campus debate on lorergn pol1c1es of the Unrted States and other 11c1lQ1011S, as well as bemg act1ve at lnter school IRC con vent1ons Many of Portland s fO161g1'1 stu dents belong to th1s group Rev EIWIH W O1k1SLGWSkI, C S C lnstory depart ment head, advrsed the O1gdlIIL21t10l1 The Unrverslty Theatle IS open to all stu campus drama product1ons Memberslup 111 the group was greatly enlarged thrs year by the organrzatrons p1esentat1on of four plays 111 EClIIC2lt101l hall The theatre Worked as a unrt to further the d1 ama movement at Portland world-wide importance, Portlandls Inter- dents who have appeared or Worked in C . . . -y - . . 1 u . I V- x . u J Q, l . - l CLASSES ,Q JUNIGRS 450111-IQMQRES 1 FRESHMEN JUNIGRS One of the school's most colorful sport dances, "Indian Suminerf was the opening activity for the juniors this year. A large crowd danced around a tepee-dotted Edu- cation hall to the chant of the Elmer Ramsey quintet. Later in October, the same group sponsored a joint social with the Marylhurst junior class. Final activity of the year was last month,s junior Prom, attended by more than a hundred couples. FORREST CAMPBELL President JIM SERRES Vice Presideni JEANNE PREBLE Secretary JIM DONNELLY Treasurer JOHN RULIFSON Councilman 79 J U N 1 O R S Left to Right-Top to Bottom JACK FOLTYN HOWARD HERMANSON LORENE JARvIs LAWRENCE KONG JIM GEHRTS ROBERT HICKS RAINO JASKAR FRANK KOSCIOLEK JOHN GIACOMINI MARTY HILGERS HELEN JOYCE JOE KOVACH DICK GIBBONS RICHARD HOLMES DOROTHY KALMEACH JOHN LAMB JAMES GIVNAN JAMES HOLMSTROM MYRNA KAIJL DARRELL LANDREY MARIE GORETTA JOE KEATING HARLOW HLILBERT EPHRIAM LAYODE LUCILLE GRABOVAC JOE IA Amo TOM KEATING SIS JACK GRACE MM ROSE KELLY TER LOLHSE ANNE RALPH IRWIN E.C.s.P. JOSEPH GRANT ANTHONY ISAIA RAYMOND LINS ED GRASSEL GARY JACOBSGN ROSAMOND KELTY PETE LULICH JERRY GREGOIRE RICHARD JANES LEROY KENSRUD JAMES LYNES BARRY HAGAN JOHN JARDINE PETER KLEIN Campus landmark is Marco Gavorko, Howard hall custodian. 81 5, kv sf K is 4 CLASS OF 1954 The first privilege of the Class of 1954 as sophomores was the social orientation of the freshmen. This year the second-year men super- vised frosh elections and planned the events of the Frosh-Soph field day in October. A sport dance in the fall, a semi- formal in May and a picnic at the yearrs end rounded out the social program for the sophomores. Class officers were Dick Van Hoomissen, president, Bob Christensen, vice president, Rip Corrigan, secretary, Ed Hughes, treasurer, and Lee Flegel, councilman. DICK VAN HOOMISSEN President BOB CHRISTENSEN Vice President RIP CORRIGAN Secretary ED HUGHES Treasurer LEE FLEGAL Councilman SOPHO ORES Left to Right-Top to Bottom NEWTON ACKER MARION BOICE BOB CATO JOHN ADAMS JOHN BOIJCI-IER ALBERT ANDERSON Boa BRIDGES gggQf5"::Pf,flQT'!iSEN VIVIAN ANDREWS JAMES BRLICK ART CHRISTIANSEN JACK AUSTIN TOM BECKER Bos ERLIECHERT Em CCTKRK KENNETH BEEBE WILLIAM BYERLEE JERRY CACH SALLY CLEARY ALICE BENNETT CHARLES CAMARATA JOSEPH COLUNS RALPH BERNARDS ALBERT CARLSON MARTY CONNELLY CHARLES BIRTCHET DON CARPENTER RIP CORRIGAN The only man who can dish out gym equipment two sizes too small and make you like if, Jim "Suitcase" Sutcliffe. DICK CRISERA GEORGE DE LONG CHARLES DUKE DOROTHY DURRER RALPH EDEL ' BEN EVANOFF EARL FARLEY ROBERT FAWCETT RALPH FITZMAURICE ELAINE FLAHERTY 85 LEE FLEGEL CHARLES FOLEY SAM FRANKLIN TED FREE GIL FREY BERNARD FRITZ HENRY GAGNON GEORGE GALATI PHIL GALLUZZO DOUG GEYMER 86 SOPHOMORES JIM GILLEN PAT GILROY JERRY GLEESON ROBERT GREENE KATHRYN HAGUE MERLE HARTLEY GALEN HATHAWAY GEORGE HAUER KAY HAUGDAHL EDWIN HERBES ED HIGHBERGER JAMES JUSTIN ANN HH-GER GILBERT KAER SCOTT HINSDALE PHILIP KEARNEY LAWRENCE HOLDOKE RICHARD KENNEDY JACK HQWARD HOWARD KOSEI. EQXLQNSJFFIXQQARD CLARENCE KRAMER ED HUGHES BETTY KRAUTSCHEID BOB KROON THOMAS JOHNSON MARY JO LINDSAY BEN JONES TRAN LONG Keeping Christie hall chapel in ordeT was a full time occupation for Brother Pius, sacrisTan. me S f ,sw K s 5 1 f.- 4 'ivan W if - , ..,.. .... Z M ,W H ,wwmk if -,q,mif.?: ..,.A , l 'E "'WWW'Nfm ' M r ' bfi- f ig, vm fam V f K , -fi- . W W W gg .E ' Q .:fa5aa:sz?f .- SOPHOMORES BOB SALTVIG RUDOLPH SATALICH MABEL SCHAECHER GIL SCHERZINGER JACK SCHUH KENNETH SEAL CARL SERMUKS ARTHUR SETO Left io Right - Top ROBERT SINCLAIR SALLY SMITH TOM SMITH JEROME SOHLER SYLVIA STANKEY DAVE SUTHERLUND JAMES SVOBODA JOSEPH SWAIN to Bottom BOB TACK MARK TACKE HUBERT THOMAS JACK TOVEY ANNA MAE WAHL , ETHEL WALDORF DOUGLAS WEBB AL WEBER KEV VAN HOOMISSEN GEORGE VENNES HENRY VILKS JIM VINCENT Homer to Faulkner CHARLES WILLIAMS JACK L. WOOD CAL WOOLERY DON ZENGER . . . and keeping Tab on S8 all of them is Co ra Miller, acting librarian. FRESHMEN The most gala freshman social orienta- tion program in the history of Portland occurred this year with the newcomers being welcomed by a free sport dance in Campus Commons and participating in such traditional duties as sign polish- ing and cleanup. The freshmen were the victors of the F rosh-Soph field day meet. At Portland the first-year men took part in the annual Christmas party for orphans, several convocations and in the Inter-College Council,s Fair Rose drive to stamp out racial discrimination. In February the class sponsored the 'cHoop Hopv in Education hall after the Portland-Pacific game. Freshmen also helped plan the activities for welcoming high school seniors to the campus. JERRY DAHLHEIM President GEORGE BOCCI Vice President BARBARA MCCULLOUGH Secretary RILLY WAKEMAN Treasurer JIM FLYNN Councilman 89 F R E S H M E Left to Right-Top to Bottom MICHAEL ARMSTRONG GEORGE BOCCI ALICE CICERICH JERRY DAHLHEIM RAYMOND JARRIGOTTI MARIAN BOISE MARLIN CLARK BENNY DALTOSO RICHARD ASHENBEROER GLORIA BRADBURY PATRICIA CLARK CHARLENE DAUCHERITY WILLIAM R. AUSTIN DON BROWN RONALD COLLINS NEAL DELANEY W. T. BATES TOM CONDON RODERTA DORSEY DOLORES BAUGHT WARREN CARTER FRED CONE JERRY EHGGAR BILL CENTEN KEN COOKE DICK DOUGHERTY HAROLD CHANG GERALD CORRIGAN GEORGE DOWNEY DON BIXBY JOE CHERRY DAN DUFFY ERNIE BLATNER GASPAR de la CHICA JOSEPH M. COURTNEY RICHARD DUOGAN MARK BLIVEN WALT CICERIC BRUCE CUDD EDITH EBE Buying everything from tables to tennis nets keeps 90 Larry Manion, purchasing agent, mighty busy. , '., . X U, -.: f Q swim fs lupus? T ::...:i::--:E ww Q3 my ,L :Wu N . . '- ' J W ii pls' X :sin 5 A2 M -W':fi1 f ' EM' Qfgiliffw' ' jf, Zin w 1 f li? Fm W A ',,: gf'QiQl!s Hrn, 3u. N i ,, !??!1-5.53, ,W W,,-W...wJ 44,31 X ,A J Jw X5 1 . 1l':l:!.I::f.iig1f ' 'ii W Q x BASKETBALL 1951-52 1 SEASON'S RECORD Portland Opponent 61 Oregon 65 67 Oregon 60 85 Willamette 69 47 Oregon State 52 41 Stewart Chevrolet 55 70 Lewis and Clark 75 75 Oregon State 48 49 Phillips Oilers 76 78 Memphis State 49 84 Whitworth 63 52 Oregon State 43 68 Colorado A 81 M 66 79 Gonzaga 56 69 Gonzaga 58 58 Hawaii 46 59 Universal Motors 61 61 Military Trans. Serv. 49 95 Pacific 66 61 Gonzaga 57 81 Gonzaga 62 94 Lewis and Clark 63 60 Nevada 74 67 Nevada 65 57 College of Pacific 50 83 Seattle 82 93 Seattle 80 75 Seattle 79 69 Seattle 75 NAIB District 2 Champs 82 Lewis and Clark 65 100 Willamette 77 NAIB FINALS Semi-Finalists 84 Findlay 82 72 Memphis State 48 75 Hamline 65 57 Murray State 58 68 Southwest Texas 78 Won 24 Lost 11 97 THE PILOT RECORD Posting a 19-9 mark in regular season play, aclvanc ing to the semi-final round of the NAIB tournament at Kansas City, the selection of two Portland team members to the All-Star NAIB team, and establish ing a host of new scoring marks-these are but a few of the highlights of the 1951-52 Pilot basket- ball season, the best in local history. In the post season, NAIB tourney at Kansas City, the Portlanders advanced to the semi-finals by dropping Findlay, Memphis State and top-seeded Hamline, and placed Jimmy Winters and Andy Johnson on the All-Star team of the K.C. meet. New scoring totals included the four-year total mark of 1199 points set by Ray F oleeng the single seasons total of 465 points set by Jim Winters, and the one-night total of 100 counters set against Will- amette, with Ed Hummel sinking a post-game gifter for the century mark. JAMES "MUSH" TORSON, Head Basketball Coach JERRY BARTA Assistant Coach PorfIand's NAIB semi-finalists, first row: Jimmy Winters, Andy Johnson, M. H. McGiIvery, Ray Foleen, Ken Sirode. Second row: Mgr. Norman Chang, Lloyd Bergman, Don Mayfield, Larry Krohn, Nick Trutanich, Coach Torson. Third row: Asst. Coach Barta, Ben Pitzer, Ed Hummel, Damien Rocha, Bob Moore. ' an fag- ,if Oxgff 1 """bs. aw f Q5 ,ff ww., Q: ,z' H W 1' I . .j,... 'li -WWI N ill 2 5? ,.-ifzk: :gsgglf-,gzg si:- 9 L A 3 9 e3:':'1:2-5-2-1: 'Ln 26 1-1 A:QQ. gf QQ . 5,1 fi 5. s L , ' fi, S92 w 5 .:. .: -4 fx.-,, K il I is xjfgg gf Q23 ' jx, W1 fil. . Q ' i f f 13 5 qanehw xv 1' .5 W 7 rp ,V if my '-Q-as::2s:a-sg:-I-2-5:: , agicq as , , ...iii . Hi, 'fl' Rig ' QA' z f 21 Xi X 1 . if 5::5:a:a:s:a:aEaEsEsEaEaIs::K2' su is - Q N 2 35: QE L QQQY Qs :Z Z 1 " j 3 . wx 2 :pew ., rw 5 5 A 1 It ma? ' .J M S W ,g,,,g,, N W, wi ' i if 2 5 if E X Q- f 5 s Win 'f2--':: iggyij qbkx KA .,, Q Z. - - ,.. . ,A.. q A X . :. 1, 9? jf ,.wy4w 5' ' -' i.: L, f Q gp 'fi 2 'Y ark, A x b 4 4. ' A 1 L j5fQ " l Q 43.42 15 2 y 1 .. , X E115 if - Q li'Ewi315isii "' my 1' wxa M., W - ,X'fwUl?j3, wi Memphis State-Won 1 Memphis State, the team that dropped Portland from the NAIB tourney last year was swamped by a 29-point margin, 78-49. These same Staters were hum- bled in a 72-48 shellacking in second round play of this yearis NAIB tournament at Kansas City. Foleen lays one up from behind the Pl basket. Colorado ASLM-Worm 1 The Colorado A 61 M Aggies fell by a close two-point margin to the Pilots in a New Yearis Eve game at Howard hall in the first meeting of the two clubs. Score of the affair was 68 to 66 with the local team thwarting a last- minute Aggie scoring spree. Be gman's in that mess someplace. Find him Don. 102 5. .M ' 4 Q, w 711 ' 2 X 1, W fx. We 2? . , ' mi' zz Y "X W QW-4 4 its Ii gtg, 1 1 . :mu f x x ,J ,Vw-4. M fume. W ' W? 2 Aww, .,..a::e J V is A . s E X da iv . ' f Q' Q f M W7 K MY ,QV A 4 ,A Q X , Q , 3' X ,W 5 WQAQAEQE D 5 v. -z L5 4 9? ,Vw A ,ww ,wmv 'i??Q V M ' Q " we K' fl q M K :KE-VM., f f W REQ fa? f ,ffl ,. , 3: ..... 'Cf . ww Nix ...:.,. I 5, 1 1 ,J . A Q? fn .W .5 ""' - " - 1 " .,,,. ,J L 4-N Ilsgiii' ' 104 Strode stretches way out for two against the Chiefs. Ray Muscatel failed to stop Nick's left hand-hooker Hero of the evening. Winters carried off after big basket. But there were some anxious moments. C'mon, Mush, smile. Seattle Series-Won 2, Lost 2 A last-minute jump shot by Jim Winters gave the Portland maple squad a thrilling 83-82 Win in the first of their four-season meetings with the favored Seattle Chieftains. Ray Foleen snared a Seattle pass, flipped the ball to Winters who potted a jump shot from ten feet for the margin of victory. The second game also Went to Portland by a 98-80 score. Lloyd Bergman led the Pilots in the second win by hitting for 25 points, before a packed house at the PI. The two- night series set new Portland attendance records. Seattle took both ends of the series played in Seattle. ,Lift .1 :ggi dir QW? 1 G AF er , , V NHPF' 'SA ,ww my A!!! 1' 'G ::: .. '....a as i ,X ,Q 5 , H , bw' f I A ,fi 5 'H Q .... .... an-A 5' r ww b - 3 Y ' E f ---- P ', x , 'E ,1 X ,TQSZLQ Wag? is Nj,-N myQ",: Ni, , yn px K .wwzql ,,.',wz5A wwzw Q1 H My W, J ,,gf" A ' .Wi x 1 '- .13-1 lg C KU "" Ei' it "fx ' ' v:i5II:.:" 152 14" " 89341 X ,,. , .,.,., .,,: W . ,.,.,.,.,.,., lk.iwL25i?T" . gg Q1 PM ,..,. :QE .,.. . gf .:5:z:a:a:5g.. V I-J - .,:5 .,.,..,. , 3 1' gf, " ' M A5-J QW' La- 'txifjf ..,. :, v1'!Q?ig" his., in if " il K - :M X f., ...... : -aiaiafsfa.. 'E LJ! - , . smw' V" ' feje sy ??iEiEgL,EQ: ,,,., z , H.. ffl -'-'-E J W- 55155253255 is PM-2'-5:2225 2sI25aEaEaEa:f'?1' . 1. , . .,.,. f Wg V Q V gg Q- N ss, ......... j ,lg A-P' wwdfkfg mx.. ,gin A Jim Flynn strains to pound a bullet serve. Mike Walsh stretches way up for his service. T E N N S On the ticket 'for the net- tcrs were home-and-home matches with Oregon State, Lewis and Clark, Pacific, Oregon College of Educa- tion and Seattle. Three tilts were scheduled with Lin- field. First 'action pitted the local team against the Pioneers of LC. Portland won the match easily by a 5-2 count, with Mims, Walsh and Flynn gaining singles victories, while both doubles matches went to 'the Pilots. Doubles team were Flynn and lValsh, and Kawashima and Mims. Gaylen Kawashima goes up on tip toes for this one. Three veterans and three newcomers competed in the thirteen -matches Coach Mike Tichy signed for the Pilot tennis te a m, the strongest in recent campus history. Returning from last yG81',S team which finished with an 8-win,l-loss record, were single stars Mike Walsh and Burke Mims and doubles expert Gaylen Kawashima. New squad members were ex-state high school champ lim Flynn, Frank O,Connor and Dick Cowan. Burke Mims fires back with a side arm shot 107 TR GEORGE PHILBROOK Head Coach ACK With the return of spring and sunshine came the return of ex-Olympic star George Phil- brook to the bluff to serve as head track and field coach. In the traditional VVi1la1nette relays, Port- land took a first and a second, with Lloyd Bergman broadjumping to first place in the novice division and Moose van de Wettering taking second honors in the senior shotput. A three-Way meet at Lewis and Clark gave Portland second place behind the OSC Beav- ers. Top performances included a first by Dick Longston in the two-mile run and a first in the discus and second in the shotput by van de Wetteriltg. Other scoring Pilots were VVarren Carter, mile and two mileg Jim Justin, 440g Bergman, high jump and broad jll1TlP5 Don Christensen, 8805 Dean Penner, 220 and broad jump, and Bob Moore, discus. L. to R.: Pilot distance star Bill Pendleton turns on the steam, Moose van de Wettering lets loose with a mighty toss, Half-miler Don Chris- tensen awaits the starter's gun, Dean Penner flies through the air with the greatest of ease. t is 5 108 W' M if ll' 511 ' 5 .. - xr , S X A , 7 S AQ 5 I f e av Y E A I A 3 if fe 4 9 36 1i-E2 2 A 6, y X 1 ui,,s I , 'Y A f ,: ,QF 'Q N A ,sn ,Q X 4' 2 ' 4 S . . X: .... 45 ,S Q X - :V - -1 5 : ., Y 4 Q, .-,5:g::s,', my zz. "3 ' .w ::,:a.3ez..a1,:1 mvfgq. X -:E - 5? - 3,-sf " F,-fgfx' 5, ,.- ""' ' 5 4 X .A Vffqbgw , ' ily: ,.2,Qf,,,,, '.,,' . .' ' iii? 4 U v L..-1.,5,,,l A , M,-1 .... .. : ' -4 1:1 - q,:w.n,..,X.,-ima K f 2 21 F . . . ,, Q. wg wx- M H..,v.A,,. ..,. : .gwhm ,w.,, 'rv' 2-513132 rlkbi. v' sez . L Q- F .:: ,- . A f 3 if 52 f - 5, i l ff , 1 25 Y ,, h M Q it I Z N K J C 4 4 'M , 'Q qs' TY? :.'-2:f:''-seiafasawfif 1: ' 3y55'3 i1':s:,1 -:.: M-, ' ,g a 7 I 16 . f sf,-.:., V M ' - 1 -Q 'A 2 :5 " ' gf - z'z1a1'2'.A ,Q 2 X f f si, .,D2,YE.v':.: mick., mi? 3Z"?S?f: ly, Z , .. ' Q wfffm f X 1 Q? qw 1--' , an ""': 1 , , . ,,,,. f"-' - f mm, If 4, :751YQ-gb twig, 1 , 'T' 1 .K A QR M. 5 ,,,, Q. 5 .i g wwix I , Q: " " it se' - Mn mlsundx ,,.'. 4, - 'Qu BASEBALL Crackling bats and aching muscles ush- ered in the local baseball season, which found the Pilots under the watchful eye of a new coach. Arthur "Art', McLarney, who came to the bluff from the University of Washington where he was basketball mentor until 1949, took over the reins of the Portland diamond squad on March 15. He hurriedly undertook the task of rounding his charges into top shape for the rugged 20 game schedule which in- cluded toughies with OSC, Washington State, Seattle, and Oregon. Other games were scheduled with Linfield, Lewis 61 Clark, Pacific, OCE and Vanport. Nine returning lettermen from last yearls squad, which had an even 10 win- 10 loss record, and 25 newcomers greeted McLarney at the first practice session. . I u , coAcH Arzmue "Art" MCLARNEY In their first outing, the local stick art- ists out-slugged the Linfield Wildczlts 11-7, and in doing so, impressed McLarney with their high team spirit and playing ability. Returning stripers in the spring sport included Bernie Mandich, Dean More- house, Iolm Becic, Pete Lulich, Bob Lulich, Rudy Satalich, Pete Klein, Vince Fajer and Stan Bozich. Hustling Pilot diamond squad, first row: Ed Hummel, Dick Stearns, Dean Morehouse, Stan Bozich, Bob Glennen, Pete Lulich, Bill Clark, Pete Klein. Second row: Manager Earl Michimoto, Ted Highberger, Dave Penney, Mike Poell, Rudy Safalich, Assistant Coach Jerry Barta, Head Coach Art McLarney, Vince Faier, Pat Gilroy, Bob Lulich, Don Piro. Third row: Manager Bud Clark, Tony lsaia, Bob Jagelski, Bill Krieger, Ernie Blatner, Bernie Mandich, Bill Bierek, Dick Barrel, Jim Torson, Tony Palermini, Joe Erceg, Dick Marshall, John Becic, Dick Centen. 1lZ 1.- - .... . . Peie Lullch rounds ihlrd on hrs way home for a Pilot score BASEBALL L.1tc,1 rction took the diamond squad to Eugene, Corvallis, and tlicn back to Portland for 1 cloublelieacler with Linfield. Ore- gon took a pair of close 3-2 de- cisions from the Pilots, who tlien traveled over to OSC to drop an- other close one, 5-8. Linfield came to the campus to eiigage the locals in at high - scoring cloubleheacler, with the Wilczlts winning 14-13 in the opener. The second game was called with an 11 up count on the scoreboard. Portland bit the Winning trail by defeating Lewis and Clark in an Easter vacation twin bill on the Pilot diainoncl. Julie Faier raises a cloud of dust sliding into home plate. The ump called Mike safe on This one? '? ? First sacker Pat Girloy tips one back towards Yhe screen 113 Gil Frey follows through on a long wood shot. Chuck Metcalf strokes one in for a par at Columbia Edgewater. 114 GOLF Ace putter Bob Fawcett dunks a ten-footer for a par and the match. feng offers ni lijrobleln lo Bruce Cuddf Tom Cooney smacks a 220-yard drive to put res man star o t e lm s team. the pressure on has opponent. Pilot divoteers toured the links in 16 matches with teams from Oregon State, Lewis 61 Clark, Pacific, Linfield, Seattle and Vanport. Rev. Clarence R. Durbin, C.S.C., who coached last year's team to a 10-4 mark was again at the helm. Returning from the 1951 team were Gil Frey, Chuck M e t c al f and Tom Cooney. Newcomers included former state junior titlist Bruce Cudd, B o b Fawcett, D i c k Stearns, Denis Kidd, Tom Barry and Kev Van Hoomis- sen. First intercollegiate action was seen at Linfield against the W il d c a t s who were dropped 18-0. Playing in the match were Frey, Metcalf, cudd, Stearns, Kidd and Faw- cett. In the second match, the Pilots lost a close decision to Oregon State at the Corvallis Country Club. The score was 101f2 to 716. Tied for medalist honors was Stearns with a 73. Add K -Fat Intramural volleyball champs, first row: H. Chang, G. Kawashima, Bill Bierek lines one up on the snooker table. S. Kum. Second row: H. Moku, T. Fragas, D. Rocha, A, Guigni, W. Kang, J- Souza' Third row: MA Kim, R' ang, N. Yap, A. Chang, Pilot City League Soccer team, first row: Johnny Nemecek, Samson, N. Chang, team mascot, George Sih, Joe Castagna. Second row: Chu Kai, Larry Apiagyei, Jose Vasquez, John Arthur, Bill Fodor. Third row: Bill Austin fires one back in ping pong tourney action. John Cooper, Ed Castagna, Bob Tack, Ivan deHuszovsky. 116 INTRAMURALS Intramural activity reached a new peak on campus this year with the most Widely varied program ever offered Portland students. Under the supervision of Director of Intra- mural Athletics Mike Tichy, local tourna- ments in everything from volleyball to billards were staged, along with the standard tourneys in football, basketball, pool, and ping pong. An innovation of the campus sports scene was Portlandis 1951 soccer team, the first in school history. The Pilot soccer squad fin- ished in fifth place in the City Soccer League. Agnes, Bohemia, Sister, 26 26 F.C.S.P. ,..,., . ..........A.......... Allen, Arlene ,,,,,.,,.,..... - ........ Anderson, Rev. James G., 31 C.S.C. ....,,.....V.,,,,....,.,.,..,.... . Arneson, Capt. Kenneth L., 36 USAF ...A ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Artau, Louis P. . ,...,.,.,.......... 33 Beh, Rev. Robert F., C.S.C .,.,. 9 29, 69,110,111 Biger, Rev. John T., C.S.C. 9 Boehm, Rev. Claude L., C.S.C. .,,,.., - .,,,......,.......... 9, 50 Boehmer, George Robert ,,,, 91 Boisvert, Rev. Victor J., C.S.C. 9 Botzum, Rev. William A., C.S.C. ..,,,.,...,........,,............. 9 Bousha, Emma ....................... 26 Boyle, Rev. Jerome M., C.S.C. Y..........Y,..................... 9 Brogan, Anne .....................,.... 26 Bryan, Lt. Col. William, USAF .,....,,,.,,.,.,.,.,...,...,. A ....... 36 Buffham, Beulah H. ................ 9 Carelton, Dr. Blondel H. ........ 30 Clark, MfSgt. Buford E., 36 Cleveland, Claudia ,.............., 16 USAF ...,..,.... - .........,. Coughlan, Rev. William J., 30 Cremer, Cornelius V. ....... -... 9 C.S.C. ...,.,,,.....,........,...,..... . Cruckshank, Mfsgf. James W., USAF ,....,,,.... ....,............... 3 6 Culligan, James A. ......,,.,.,,... 6 David, Brother lMartin1, C.S.C. 7 9 de la Mare, Philippe R. ...33,34 Delaunay, Rev. John B., Dean, Douglas A. ,..,....,.. L ....., . C.S.C. ,..,..,..,,, ,,,,,,YY,,,, 6 , 9, 59 Dietz, Charles E. ,..............,,.. 34 Dum, Rev. George L., C.S.C. ..,,., .. .. ,.,,.,..... 10, 57 Durbin, Rev. Clarence R., C.S.C. .. ...,..,.V.. . ...V.... 10,114 Durrell, A. Wayne ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,, 6 Eggert, Dorothy D. ......... .,.,.. 2 6 Ernestine Marie, Sister, F.C.S.P. .. ,,,.,,,,,, 26 A Accettura, Tom R. 12 Acker, Newton M. ,.,,....... 66, B5 Adams, .John P. ,.,,.....,,,.,,...., 85 Ames, Virginia L. ...-...35, 53, 57 Anderson, Albert N. ...,..,,.,..., 66 72, 75, B5 Anderson, Frank A. . ..,,,., 24, 68 Anderson, Marilyn M. 35, 57, 73 ' ' 85 Andrews, Vivian K. ,..,....,....,. . Apiagyei, Larry B. ,.,,,.,,. ,,,.,,,,, 1 8 58, 65, 77,116 Apo, Samuel U. . ...,.,,..,,......... 80 Armstrong, James M. ....., .,.. . ..9O Arrigotti, Raymond J. ,.,.,....., 90 Arthur, John A. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 12,116 Arthur, Larry E, ,.,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,, 70 Ashdown, Elizabeth J. ..,, 28,76 Ashenberger, Richard H. ,,.,,.,. 90 Aune, Ethel M. .....,,.,,...... 12,73 Austin, Jack ..,... ......,.. ,,.,. 7 0 , 85 Austin, William R. .,,,,,,, 90, 116 B Baer, Gottlieb John . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . 8 12, 42, 69, 70, 109, 115 FACULTY A D STAFF Ferdinand, Brother lMoser1, 22 C.S.C. ,......................... ....... . Ferguson, M!Sgt. Charles G., 36 USAF ......,.,..............,.......A.... Fiene, Edmond F. .......J... 226,95 Fogarty, Rev. James A., 10 C.S.C. ..,.......,....................,. . Gavin, Rev. Michael J., C.S.C. .............................. 5, 10 Gavorko, Marco ......, - ..,.,....., B1 Geuss, Rev. Henry A., C.S.C. .....................,............ 10 Godfrey, Brother fVassallo1, C.S.C. ..............,....... 31, 49, 67 Goff, Rev. Walter, C.S.C. .,...,., 10 Gomes, Georgiann .,............. -. 26 Goodrich, Francis B. .............. 10 Groeger, John Conrad .... 10,75 Hamel, Rev. Charles F., C.S.C. ...........,.........,.....,...... 7 Harrington, Francis E. .,,.,..,, 16 Headrick, James E. ...-...10,115 Hentges, Rev. Oscar R. ,....,,, 10 Hewitt, Carol M. .................. .26 Higginson, Gordon K. ............ 10 Hitchcock, Arthur B. .,....., 34, 57 Hoever, Rev. Hugo H., S.O.Cist. .............................. 10 Hogl, Grace E. ....... - ......... ..... 2 6 Hooyboer, Rev. John J., C.S.C. ...................... 10, 27, 42 Hutchinson, C. G. ................, 80 Joan Frances, Sister, F.C.S.P ..... 26 Juodeika, Vladas .................... 10 Kane, Rev. Clement E., C.S.C. ....,.,....,.., - ...... 6, 10, 43 King, Rev. Robert W., C.S.C. ..,...,...,,,,,,,., ,,,,,, 1 0 Lauer, Charles E. .,... ,.., ,,.,, 3 0 Lee, Gertrude M. ..,.,...,.,........ 26 Lessard, Maurice J. .... 2 ,,,. ...10 ' ' 82 Lewis, Camille ..... .,.............. . . Lombardo, Rev. Gregory J., C.S.C. ...- .....,.......,..,.,,...,,.. ..10 Loprinzi, Philip ...... ...,.. 1 6,65 26 Maginnis, Timothy F. 2..- ...... 17 Madson, Helen ............... Manion, Lawrence ,.........,. ,... 90 Manning, Mary H. ........... - ..... 10 Mazzolini, Brunetta E. ............ 34 McDonagh, Rev. Thomas J., C.S.C. ................... ............... 1 0 McGrath, Rev. Joseph S., C.S.C. ............................. 6, 58 McLarney, Art ....,. .......... 1 1, 112 Meinrad, Brother lSecardJ, C.S.C. ................................ 35 Miller, Cora ............................ 88 Miltner, Rev. Charles C., C.S.C. ........................... -.... 9 Molter, Rev. John A., C.S.C. .,,. 30 Moore, Arthur R. .................... 30 Near, Rev. Arthur W., C.S.C. ........ -.......--. A -27, 11, 59 Norman, Barbara Ann .. ........... 26 O'Brien, Rev. Michael G., C.S.C. ............................ 11, 59 Orkiszewski, Rev. Erwin W., C.S.C. ,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,, 1 1, 42, 77 Orwig, Bernice l. ...B .......... .. 26 Osborn, Harriett E. ...... ....... 2 6 Ouelette, Marie H. ....... 7 Ouellette, Paul E. ............ 11,77 Peterschmidt, Arnold B ............. 7 17, 48 Phelan, William C. ......... A.. 22 Philbrook, George ..,.,.,,,, 11, 108 ?iana, Madame Isabella Curl....34 Pieper, Rev. Raymond A ......... 11 Pius, Brother iLeising1, C.S.C. ................. ................ 3 6 Powers, Rev. Joseph L., 11 C.S.C. ....... 2 ...... ................. . Reed, TfSgt. John L., USAF .... 36 Reifsnyder, Harley A ......, - 34, 57 Remy, Brother CAydt1, C.S.C ...,. 87 Reynolds, Carl N ..................... 11 Richardson, Alfred .... . ............ 92 Rigley, Rev. Maurice S., C.S.C. .. ...... , . ......... ..... . ..11 STUDENTS Bannenberg, Erwin C. ..., 80, 109 Bernard, Richard L. ............ 58,80 Barnett, Beverly K. ................ 80 Barry, Thomas R. ........... 80, 114 Barta, Jerry P. ...12, 97, 106, 112 Bartel, Richard C.. ,,,...... 106,112 Bartholemy, Barth E. .....,.... -..18 Basabe, Ernest E. ,,,,,.,,.,,,,, 34, 35 Bassett, Gibson E. .... ...18 Bates, William T. ..... ,,,,.,,, 9 0 Bauer, Alice C. .,...,...., ...... 8 0 Baught, Dolores J, ,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,, 90 Beall, Chester W. ,,,..,.,,,,, 12, 77 Becic, John N. ....,..,.. 18, 69, 112 Becic, Thomas R. .......,.... 69, 112 Becker, Thomas C. ,.,...,..... 72, 85 Beckett, Robert E. .... .. ........ 80 Beebe, Alfred W. .,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 18 Beebe, Donald J. .,.,.,.. 72, 82 Beebe, Kenneth D. ...... 72, 75, B5 Beers, Carlton E. ........,.,,,. , ,,,, 18 Bennett, Alice J. ........ 69, 73, 85 Berglind, Ray ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 68 Bergman, Lloyd T. . .......... -2 97 100,102,104,105,108 Bergsman, Carol E. .......... -...68 Bernards, Ralph M. ................ 85 Bierek, William V. ........ 112,116 Biggar, Jerry ,...... ,... ......... 7 2 , 90 Birtchet, Charles A. ...... - ...... 85 Bishop, Ezra ............... ....... 1 2 Bishop, John B. ...... ....... 8 0 Bixby, Don W. ......,.,,, ,.,....,.. 9 0 Biorkman, Farrell D. ......,. 66,80 Blankenship, Phillip ,....... , ........ 35 Blatner, Ernie J. . .,.. ....... 9 0, 112 Bliven, Mark A. ,..... ,.,.....,..., 9 0 Bocci, George A. ............ 87, 90 Bogdanovich, Anton .... ..,... 1 8 Boice, Marion V. . ..... .... 8 5 Boise, Marian E. .,.. .,,,,,,,. 9 0 Bolf, Edward H, ...M ,,..,, 24, 68 Borroz, Telio A. ,,,..,.,,. ,,,.,,, 1 2 Borsch, William H. ....,..,,, 68,80 Bottaini, Leo J. .................,,,,,., 18 Bottolfson, Ralph L. ........ 24,68 Rogers, Frances J. ...,,.... . ,...... 83 Rodgers, M.fSgt. Ottis L., USAF - ....................... ....... .... 3 6 Rosebraugh, Vernon H. 22, 68 Rugina, Angel .................... -..11 Sage, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.,.- ..,. .93 Sandstrom, Edward J. ............ 16 Scheberle, Rev. John W., C.S.C. ...- ....................... --.--11 Scott, Edward M. ......,..... 11, 115 Setvin, Melvin .......... ...... - ..22 Simmons, Floyd W. ...... .. ....11 Skell, Philip S. .................... ...31 Smith, Lt. Col. Raleigh D., USAF ................... -...36, 37, 39 Stadelman, Mary ................ .. 11 Stanislaus, Sister, F.C.S.P ....... Starr, Merle A. .................. --. 31 Steudler, Gelene .. ...,. . .. .26 Stevens, Arthur L. ............ 31,71 Stickney, Gertrude ................. 26 Stites, William H. ............ 11,58 Stott, Walter J. .................... 31 Suttcliffe, James ............... -...85 Sweeney, Rev. Robert H., C.S.C. ,................................. 5 Thompson, Walter S. ........ - .... 22 Tichy, Michael W. .... . ....... -...11 104,106,107,116 'orson, James M. ..... 11, 97,104 lraphagen, MfS:t. Earl R.. 36 Troester, Willa Dee ................ 26 USAF .................................... Underwood, Aurora P. ........ 34 Underwood, Rex ............ ..34, 56 Van Zile, Charles J. ................ 17 Vengelen, Mai. Ray F., USAF 36 Wack, Paul E. ,.................., 31, 42 Wall, Elsbeth M. ...... ....... 2 6 Walls, Bernard T. ...... ..v. 7 Walsh, Leo .................... ..... 9 4 Wata, Capt. Paul J. ...... ...... 3 6 Watt, George William ............ 22 Wiegman, Robert R. ...2..11 Wiesner, John A. ...... ..-...17 Williams, Wilbur S. ................ 22 Zancanella, Narcisco W ..... 11,72 Bottorf, Paul H. ..... Y ,.,. 12 Botts, James A. ........ ....... 1 2 Boucher, John H. ........ ....... 8 5 Boughton, Eugene F. ............ B0 Bowin, Robert B. .................... 70 Bowles, George H. ....... - ....... 18 Bozich, Stan A. ........ 69, 80, 112 Bradbury, Gloria A. ............. 90 Brady, Mary Margaret ,.,,..,. 2. 28 Breimon, Clarence A. ............ 12 Bren, Donald L. .... 109, 110, 111 Bridges, Robert L. .,,.., A ....,.,... 85 Brisson, Erval J. .......,.. ....... 1 B Brooks, James O'Neil ............ 32 Brophy, Michael E. .,......... -..BO Brown, Donald B. ...,, ..... 2 ...9O Brozene, Joseph J. .... -..18, 66 Bruck, James F. ......... .. ..... . 85 Bruechert, Robert W. .... ...... 8 5 Buchsbaum, Lucille .. ......... -...72 Buckles, Robert W. -... .... 68, 80 Buyserie, Janice E. ....... ..,29 Byerlee, William E. .......... 72, 85 ' ' 80 Byrne, Patricia M. ..... .......... 11 Huffaker, Forrest D. ......., 57,86 18 C Cowan, Richard R. .......,.. 70,107 Creegan, James V. ......... ......, 1 2 45, 66, 70 Crisera, Richard V. ......,v., 66, 85 Cudd, Bruce H. ...........,.. 90, 114 Farley, Earl T. .................... 66, 85 Fawcett, Robert G. ..- .... 85,114 Feltz, Paul P. ........... - ...... +2.80 Ferrero, Mike ............ 2 ............ 13 Filler, Marleen L. , ............ 72,91 Cach, Jerry C. ,..,,,,,,,.,,,, , ,,,,., 85 Caldwell, Keith W. ,..... Y ......., 12 Callaghan, Helen M. .,..... 28,44 Carnarata, Charles A. ...,..,... ...85 Campbell, Aileen M. ............., 80 Campbell, Floyd .l. .. ..,.,,...... .. 24 Campbell, Forrest E. .. ........,. ..42 64, 67, 70, 79, 80 Campbell, William B. ..... 18,65 Cannard, Ralph J. ...... ......... 1 2 Carich, Lawrence J. ...,.,. ........ 1 8 Carlson, Albert A. ........... 68, 85 Carlson, LaVern A. .,...,.. 53,77 Carpenter, Donald R. ....,...,.... 53 74, 77, 85 Carr, Robert E. ...........,..,........ 68 Carter, Warren J. .... 67, 90, 108 Cartier, C. Duane ..,................. 18 Case, David 35, 53, 57, 74, 77 Case, Joan J. ,.,.....,...... -...28, 76 Casey, James A. ....... - ....... 12 Cassidy, Dennis L. ..,.........,.. 55 Castagna, Edward J. ............ 12 15, 41, 42, 69, 70,115,116 Castagna, Joseph G ..... 80, 116 Cato, Robert G. ........ 72, 75, 82 Cebula, Leonard L. .. 50,65,80 Centen, William G. .. 72, 93,112 Chandler, Ann D. ........... 80 Chang, Alexander K. .. 80, 116 Chang, Harold H. .. 85, 90, 116 Chan, Norman G. ,,,. ,,.. 97, 116 Cherry, Joseph S. .... . ....... ,, 90 Chica, Caspar de la .. 58, 72, 90 Christensen, Arnold P. 68, 80 Christensen, Donald M. ...., 69 80,108 Christensen, Dorothy M. 80 Christensen, Robert F. ........ ..., 6 6 70, 84, 85 Christiansen, Arthur P. ,...,,.. 85 Christilaw, Joanne A. .... ..,. 1 2 chu, Kai ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,... 5a,85,116 Ciceric, Walter F. ...............r -90 Cicerich, Alice L. ..... . .... .,,. 9 O Clarizio, Michael A. .............r. 80 Clark, Bill .. .... ........ ....... 8 5 ,112 Clark, Marlin D. .................... 90 Clark, Patricia A. ........ 45, 61, 90 Clarke, John A. .............. 12,111 Clay, Virginia E. ................... 28 Cleary, Sally A. .... ......... 7 6, 85 Coates, Rufus J. ........ ,. ..,. ..... . 12 Collins, Joseph F. ,..... .,...... 8 5 Collins Ronald W. ...... ........ 9 O Collins, Thomas B. .................. 12 Condon, Thomas F. .......... 66,90 Cone, Fred A. ............ 56, 57, 90 Cullen, Robert J. .................... 18 Cunningham, William E. ....... 65 Curry, John P. .,.. ......,... ........ 1 3 D Dahlheim, Jerry E. ................. .42 87, 90, 106 Daltoso, Benny .............,. 57,90 Darby, Edward J. ........ ..C...13 Daugherity, M. Charlene 2.73, 90 Davi, Richard D. ..,- ...,........ 8 1s,19,42,s2,66,7o,72 Davidson, D. Devein 110,111 Davies, William R. ................ 80 Davis, Vayne R. ...c ,.,.... 24, 68 Dayog, Lou D. .......,... ...,.,..., 8 0 deHuszovszky, Ivan ........ 12,13 5s,72,77,116 Delaney, Neal P. ................... 90 DeLong, Virgil G. ..........,. 66,85 Demmy, George ...,.. ........... 1 3 Densem, Jack l. .............. 77, 80 Denton, Albert W. ........... 18, 65 Des Georges, Henry L. .....,,. 19 Devito, Phillip .............. ...... 5 7 Di Fabio, James G. ...... ...... . 80 Ditz, Donald ............................ 18 Dobos, Kenneth J. ........... 65, 80 Doertler, Raymond C. ............ 19 Doherty, Patrick E. ....... . ....... 32 Donnelly, James . ....... . 79,80 Donovan, Richard L. .. 19, 65, 66 Doran, Ralph M. .,..,..., . 19,65 Dorsey, Roberta R. ........... 44,90 Dougherty, James R. ............ 90 Dove, Joan E. ............ 28, 29, 76 Downey, George E. ............. .. 90 Driscoll, Carolyn M. ......,..... 28 Du Bois, Joseph W. .....,.... 24, 68 Duffy, Daniel M. .. 45, 66, 72, 90 DuGay, Joan S. 53, 54, 74, 77 Connelly, Martin F. ..... ........... 3 5 ' ' 12 Conners, Patricia A. ............ 54,55,74,77 Conrad, Fred C. ..................... 24 Conrad, William H. ............... 24 Cooke, Horace V. ...............,.. 72 90, 106, 109 Cooke, Rosemary C ..... 35, 57, 73 Cooney, Tom E. ..................... 58 66,77,ao,114 Copper, John D. ............ . ..... 116 Corrican, Gerald .................... 90 Corrigan, Robert F. ,.... 69, 84, 85 Costa, George G. .............. - .... 12 Coughlan, John A. .......,.. 57,80 Courtney, Joseph M. .............. 90 Duggan, Richard L. ....,......,... 90 Duke, Charles C. ............. 65, 85 Dunn, Dorothy A. .... ........... 3 5 43, 47, 56, 73 Durkee, Robin K. ....... .,.... . .... 3 2 Durrer, Dorothy l. ........ ...... 8 5 Dusault, Jacqueline A. ............ 44 73, 80 Duyn, Gerard ..... 2 ........,,,., W.. 32 Dyck, Vern E. ....., . ...,, 24, 68 E Ebe, Edith E. ............ ....... 7 3,90 Edel, Ralph R. ..... 2 ........... 2 .... 85 Edwards, Robert D. .......... 13,70 Elfers, Richard H. Elliott, Jack S. .... - ,...... 68 Elliott, Joseph .................. 2 .... 24 Ellis, Virginia L. ......... 35, 56, 73 Ellwood, Glen P. .,............ .....91 Engesser, Ferdinand C. ........ 91 Erceg, Joe M. ........ .......... 9 1,112 Esty, Kelton C. .... . Evanoff, Ben F. .... . F Fader, Edward J. 2 ....... , ....... 19,65 85 ........80 Faier, Vincent J. .................... 69 80, 112, 113 Findlay, Van J. ........... .35, 57, 72 Fisher, Richard J. .... , 24 Fitzell, Barbara M. .... . .... .... 8 O Fitzmaurice, Ralph T. ..,.... .... 8 5 Flakus, Ralph H. ............. 65,801 Flaherty, Elaine M. H, ..... 57,85 Flegel, Lee M. ........................ 42 58, 75, 84, 86 Flynn, James A. ...................... 42 66, 87, 91,106,107 Flynn, Patricia J. ....... 2 ........... 40 45,49,57,63,91 Fodor, William B. ............ 80, 116 Foleen, C. Ray .......... Y .... ..... 3 2 97, 98, 102, 103, 104, 105 Foley, Charles J. ................... 86 Foley, Martin G. .................... 80 Foley, Thomas J. ,.... 65, 75, 80 Foltyn, John S. . ..... ...... ........ 8 1 Forsberg, Vincent E. ........ .... 2 4 Foster, Elizabeth P. ....,.,. . 91 Foster, Joseph F. ....... - 19, 77 Foster, Norman L. .,...... . .. 70 Fragas, Thomas l. .... 13, 50, 116 Franklin, Sarn C. .............. 86 Frazier, Lyman E. ...... ..... . 19 Free, Theodore E. .................. 86 Frey, Gilbert N. Fritz, Bernard J. Fuller, Jerry L. .. ..,....86, 114 86 ........19, 65, 66 Furry, Nannette S. ........... 73,91 G Gagnon, Henry J. .. 86 Gainer, Donald G. ................ 52 Galati, George A. ...... 72,86 Galluzzo, Phillip A. 65, 72, 86 Gamroth, Roland R. .... 68, 91 Gardner, Joseph L. Gardner, Margaret M Garratt, Phyllis M. 50, 91 . ..... 28, 71 .W ...... .. 28 Garren, John H. ................ 24, 68 Gartrell, Barbara A. ....... 28,76 Gattuccio, Marlee D. ........77, 91 Gehrts, James E. ............. 50, 81 Geiger, Lavane A. ............. 91 Gennette, Thomas L. .... 13, 67, 70 Gebhardt, Thomas A. ........... 91 Geymer, Douglas O ..... 43, 51, 86 Giacomini, John A. . .,....... 50,81 Gibbons, Richard N. Gillen, James J. .... . ........66, 81 Gilroy, Patrick D ..... 86,112,113 Giugni, Alfred H ...,... ......... ..... 1 9 69,115,116 Givnan, James D. ............ 70,81 Gix, Gerard A. ...... ......... 2 4, 68 Gix, James J. ................... 24, 63 Gleeson, Francis G. ................ 86 Glennen, Robert E. .V ,.... 91,112 Goetze, Earl E. ................ 91, 106 Goodwin, Donald R. Gordin, Frank H. ...... 2 .......... -19 Goretta, Marie J. ..... A -----. .---- 8 1 Gosch, Joanne E- ...---------.---f--' 23 44,75,76 Gosch, Joyce C. ..- ..... 73, 76, 91 Grabovac, Lucille C. ........ 73,81 Grace, Jack M. .-.-... - -.------------s 31 Graham, Robert N. ........-----4-- 13 Granata, Raymond L. Grant, Joseph V. ..,........... 65, 81 Grassel, Edward H. ..- .... 68,81 Greene, Robert W. .......,,,.,.,, 86 Gregoire, Jerome D. ........ 65, 81 Greif, Rolland G. ...... 19, 75, 77 Gress, Archie L. ...... ............ 5 7 Griffin, Earl D. ........ ...... 6 7, 91 Groh, Robert F. . ............,..... 24 Grosvenor, Jean A. ........... -250 53, 54, 57, 69, 74, 77, 91 H Hagan, Barry J. ...... ...... 5 7, 81 Hague, Kathryn L. ............ 44, 86 Hall, Larry ................. .......... 1 9 Hampton, Robert B. ...... .,.. 70 Hardin, Verna E. ....... ...... 9 1 Hartley, Merle H. ,...... ....... B 6 Hashitate, Bruce T. ..... ...91 Hatch, Peggy E. .... ........... . 28,76 Hathaway, Galen R. ........ 65,86 Hauer, George S .... 65, 72, 75, 86 Haugdahl, Kay F. ....... 40, 63, 86 Hayden, John P. ......... .... 5 7, 91 Healy, John P. ..... ............ 1 3 Hee, Bertha B. ..... ...... 2 8,76 Helm, Thomas F. ..... ..... 9 1 Henker, Dean C. ..... ......... 1 3 Herb, Robert F. ................ 67,91 Herbes, Edwin J. ..... ...... 6 8, 86 Hermanson, Howard E. ...81, 110 Heuvel, Don L. ........................ 91 Hickey, Sharon T. .... 57, 73,91 Hicks, Robert C. ................... .81 Highberger, George E. 65,86 Highberger, Theodore W. 91, 112 Hilger, Ann K. ........... 44, 73, 86 Hilgers, Martin F. ................... 81 Hillier, Chandler G. .....,.. 19, 65 Hinsdale, Scott S. ........ ........ 8 6 Hittner, Glenn W. ...... .... 1 9 Hiorten, Patrick H. .... .... 9 1 Hobensack Ernest D. 35 Hodge, Effie G. ............. .... 2 8 Holdoke, Lawrence E. . ........... 86 Hollopeter, Russell D. ..... 24,68 Holmes, Joyce M. ...,............ 34 Holmes, Richard L. ....,............ 81 Holmtsrom, James R. ....... -...81 Holt, Genevieve, E. .... ...... 9 1 Honl, Mary L. ........ ........ 9 1 Hope, Fred W. .... ......... ......,..... 9 1 Horrigan, Leo J. ..,,,,.., ,,,13, 115 Hostetler, Elizabeth R. ........ 28 Howard, Donald .................... 13 53,54,74,77 Howard, Jo Anna B. .......,.... . 86 Howard, John J. .....,,.,,,,,,,.,. U86 Hughes, Edward L. .... 68, 84, 86 Hulbert, Harlow R. ...,...... 65,81 Hummel, Ed Louis ,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,. 69 97,101,103,105,112 Hune, Donald Louis ........ , ...... 13 Hysmith, George E. ,,,,,, ,,..., 1 9 lammatteo, Joseph B. ..... 68, 81 lrwin, John R, ,,,,,,,,,YYY Y vYYYY,,, H81 lsaia, Anthony V. .... ...... 8 1,112 J Jackson, Nathan W. ,,,,,,,,,,,., 58 Jacobson, Gary L. ...... 57, 66, B1 Jacques Robert L Jagelsku Robert Janes R1chard H Jardune John M Jarvns Lorene Jaskar Ralno O Johnson Andrew 54 55 91 57 73 98 99100103105 Johnson Fred Johnson Gerald M Johnson Thomas L Johnston lrvlng C Johnston SaraJ Jones Ben J Jones Stanley H Jorgensen Barbara Joyce Helen M Jungwlrth lla Vay Justln James G 19 65 86 108 109 Kadderly Robert Kaer G1lbert E Kalkhoven Allen B Kalmbach Dorothy Kanamorl lsac Kane Edward F Kang W1ll1am 13 Kanna Masako Karttunen Helen S Kaul Myrna C Kawash1ma Gaylen S 72 75 24 68 15 45 53 O 115 Kearney Charles P Keatlng Joseph R 41 49 Keatmng Thomas F Edward M John R James B Lew E Rose C Rosamond C Kennedy Maxune E Kennedy R1chard P Kensrud Garland Keller Keller Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelty Kerr Roger A Kettleberg Don E K1dd Dems C Krdd Frawdun Kres Charles H Krkuno Ryoheu R Kullorm Paul J Kum Moses Kle1n Peter N Knepper Leo R Knowles Kenneth J Kong Lawrence K Kopp Wnllnam Korngold Jan J Koscrolek Frank Kosel Howard E Kovach John M Kovach Joseph T Kowalewskx Casnmnr L Kramer Betty J Kramer Clarence M Kramer Dorothy J Kraus Matthew J Krautscherd Betty A Krebs Kenneth J 53 77 70114 9 116 57 92 92 106 Krxeger Wlllram F 9 112 Krohn Larry K 97 106 Kroon Robert A Kullberg Donald P Kum Stanley Leo 8 Kurmms Andre Lal Hslng Llang Lagerfeld Yvonne M Lakey Davld W Lalonde John L La Mar Dorothy E Lamb John M Lamb Wllllam R Lamkun JohnJ Lanclrey Darrell W Lane Mary Ann Lang Francns J Langston R1chard M Larsen Lowell S Larsen Rnchard N Laverty Mary Layode Ephra1m M Leacn Ben M Leammg Harold E Leb I S1ster Lounse A Ledwxth Pat A Lee Peter J Leonard Barbara Lcwus Toby G Lewrs W1ll1am L1l:1erman Arthul D L1lleoren OleJ Lumbach Patr1c1aJ Lnnclsay Mary Jo Lundsay Rosemary J Luns Raymond A L1tt1g Goodwnn G L1zund1a Duana T Lobln Gerald R Lofgren Donna Long Thomas P Long Tran Lonnston Rnchard Luchsunger Donald Lulrch PeterK 69 Lulnch Robert F Lundy Burl I Luty Rlchard V Lutz Carol l Ly Knem V Lynch John B Lynch Wlllard H Lynes James E McCabe Rlchard F McCanna Francls McCarthy Jerry B McCorm1ck James R McCoy Joe W McCullough Barbara R McCully Patr1c1a M McDermott Mary G McDonald Walter A McDowd James P McEll1gott Lawrence J McG1lvery M H 98 100 101 McGlo1n Charles Mclntyre Jean A Mclntyre Shlrley McKael Lours R 24 68116 57 92 58 92 2 103 105 82 McKmney Jack D McLeod Jack D McLeod Jlm M McMahon Marlorue L McManus Rnchard L McMon1gle Joseph P McNanny Jack P McNally Mary C McPheeters RobertJ McVanner Vera M Machnuckl Mxtchel R Maddux Rnchard F Maher Rosemary A Malfs Marlene F Malarkey George B Malone James F Mandlch Bernle R Mannlng Gene L Manthe Mar1or1e A Manthe Martun G Margason Gregory C MBFIUBCCI Glorla C Maruon Carl H Marla Stanley H Markrch George T Markxng Kasper C Markstrom Karxn T Marshall Barbara A Marshall Rlchard W Martm Eugene F Masat Robert J Mathews George J Matsuda George K Maxson Leslue J Max Marlene May Rnchard F 72 73 72 75 87 112 57 73 44 57 9211? 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Penner, Dean William Penney, David ,,,..,,,,,, Person, Donald A. ,,,,,.,,,,,,69 82, 108 82, 108 93, 112 57 Peterschmidt, Theo A. ......... 93 Peterson, Jacqueline R. .,,,.... 65 ' 72, 93 Peterson, Murrel P. .... ...,.... 9 3 Petrasso, Eugene R. ,.,, ,,.. 2 1 Petroske, James L. ..,... ..,, 9 3 Petrusich, George B. ,....,...... 87 Pfannenstiel, Jerry D. .....,..., 93 Ptenning, Henry W. ..... 25,68 Phelan, Gordon L. ...,. ,.., 93 Piazza, Salvatore P. ......... 56, 82 Pickett, William P. ..,,, . Piro, Don E. .... 2 .... ..,,. . Pltzer, Ben O. .... ..... . 22.49,82 2.87,112 M101,105 Pletka, Robert A. ........... - ....... 14 Poell, Claude M. .. .,,.,.,,.. 87,112 Popham, Jim .... .,.......... ,..... 4 3 48, 58, 66, 70, 77, 82 Potts, Sarah E. ,,..,.,.., ... 69, 93 Powloski, James S. .....,........, 72 Preble, Jeanne W. .,.. 73, 79,82 Preble, Patricia L. ,..,. ....,, 1 4, 72 Price, Willard T. .......,.... ....... 8 7 Pumala, Delores V. ....57, 73, 82 Purdue, Joseph L. . ...... - ,,,.... 67 CQ Quiner, John H. .... .- .... 25, 68 R Ramsey, Elmer H. ...,,,,..,. 2 ..... B 35, 42, 56, 60 Rask, Gene B. ........................ 87 Raya, Leonard B. .....,,...,....... 21 Redding, William A. ............ 93 Redinger, Harry E. ..,. 2 ...... 93 Reich, Viola J. ......... ,,..,,.. 1 4 Reichert, Francis J. Reilly, Robert H. .... . Reller, Glenn G. ......... . Reuter, Suzanne E. ......25, 68 21 .- ......, 93 ,........,73, 93 Reverman, Jack P. ...... ......... 9 3 Rice, Floyd E. ,........., 32 Rice, Mary Louise ...... ..,. 8 7 Rice, Willis R. ...........,........... .93 Richenberg, Alfred F. .....,,... ..93 Rickman, Joyce G. ................ 29 Ries, Doris M. ............ 57, 73, 82 Rieschel, John L. Rimkus, Shirley J. ....,..,..., 73,93 Riordan, James G. ...,,. ,... Risberg, Gerald L. .,,... Ritchie, Ernest T. Robertson, Donna Rocha, Damien E. M. 21 21 82 .. 82 69, 97, 99, 100, 116 Roedel, Augusto G. ........58, 87 Rogers, Gordon V. ..,, - ........ ..21 Rogers, Ronald A. ...W ....,... 93 Rose, Betty Lou ...... 2 .,..,... 82 Rose, Donald .- ,...... .,.,,., 7 0,82 Ross, Clarke F. ....,,,..... ma ,.,.,,, B3 Ross, John D. ,...,,. 2 ,..,.,..,,., 87 Rossetti, Carl V. ,,..,...,,..,..,,,,. 25 Rudolph, Robert E. ,... - .... 70,87 Rulifson, John R ..... 42, 69, 79, 83 Russell, William P. ...,..,,,...,,, 2,93 Rutledge, Joy K. .......,.,....,..,,. 93 Ryan, Phyllis ,,., ,,,,,,, 2 9, 62, 71 Ryan, Richard De Forest ..., 68,83 Rydeen, Richard J. .,.., , S Sacchini, Louise H. ..,, ,.,,,,, .2293 29 Sackman, Jack W. ,....,...,. 57,83 Sardine, Jack ........... .........68 Saltvig, Robert D. .,......... .69, 88 Salvisburg, Lloyd J. Sasaki, Robert T. ,,., Satalich, Rudolph S. 25, 68 70, 83 88, 112 Schaecher, Mabel L. 72, 75,88 Schaubel, Earl H. ......,,... 50,93 Scheel, Dorothy Mae Scherzinger, Gilbert Schesso, Mary E. Schimel, Gordon G. Schletfeldt, Fred J. Schmitt, Walter L. ...... ...... . Schmitz, Orville D. Schnet, Ronald M. .. Schneider, Eugene ...... ,...... Scholz, Nancy J. ,... Schwarz, Rita J. .... . Schuh, Jack W. Schuler, Jack J. 83 A. .... ..,. 8 8 73, 93 68 65, 83 83 21, 83 15 21 ......62, 93 29 88 21 Seal, Kenneth R. ....... 57, 68, 88 Searcie, Alpha B. .....,....,... 29,44 Sears, Gene L. ....................... 21 Sears, Thomas M. .,,v., . 66,106 Seedborg, Daryl J. .,,,,. ,.,, ..., 9 3 Self, Edward J. ..,......... ....... . 15 Sermuks, Carl W. W ....,,.. -..E 88 Serres, James T. ,,,. 67, 70, 79, 83 Seto, Arthur W. ..................... 88 Severns, Ida M. ....... ...... 5 7,93 Shepard, John F. ........ ........ 1 5 Sherman, Harold M. ........ 2 .... 57 Shields, Alice J. ........ ......... 2 9 Shockley, Dallas L. ................ 15 Shulmerich, Dee ...................... 76 Sih, George C. .... 58, 68,116 Silva, Patricia L. 44, 73, 75, 94 Silver, Norman H. ........... 70,83 Simon, Adrienne F. . ...... .......... 9 4 Sinclair, Robert A. ..... 72, 75, 88 Skoch, Robert D. ......,.. 110, 111 Smith, Sally J. ............ 69, 73. 88 Smith, Thomas F. - ,..... 72, 75, 88 Smithson, Searle P. .....,.... 69,83 Sohler, Jerome F. .................... 88 South, Howard S. ........... H ..... 94 Souza, James .... 15, 69, 115, 116 Spencer, Carl E. ...................... 21 Springer, Edward H. .............. 15 43, 48, 49, 51 Springer, John H. .................. 83 Stangel, Louis F. ....... .......... 1 5 Stankey, Sylvia J. ,.......... Y... 88 Stearns, Richard A. ,..... 112,114 Steiner, Glyn .................. 725, 68 Stickel, Walter G. - .................. 15 Stoddard, Helen L. ............ 57, 94 Stout, Victor D. .... ................. 83 Stoyanov, Milan .2 ...... ..- .... 94 Strange, Norman G. ......,.51, 83 Strode, Kenneth H. ................ 65 66,69,83,97,9B,99,104 Strong, Robert D. .................... 15 Stuhldreier, John F. ..... ...... 9 3 Stumm, Roger S. .................... 94 Sugura, Peter J. ........... -..15, 69 Sullivan, Helen Z. -..- ,.......... ..29 Susanka, Charlotte A. ............ 29 Sutherlund, David A. ,..,,,,,,,,, 41 42, 53, 54, 66, 74, 77, 88 Svobocla, James E. ............ 72, 88 Swaggerty, David ,..........,,,,,, 83 Swain, Joseph E. .. .,...,... 70, 88 Sweet, Leonard R. .......,, ,..,,, 7 O Swindells, George E. ..,,,,,,,.,, 94 T Tack, Robert E. ... 88, 116 Tacke, Mark D. .... f.. , .,.,,., 2.88 Teresi, Joseph J. ,.,,,, ,,,,,,., 7 O Thoennes, Fred P. ,,,, .,.,.,. 9 4 Thomas, Hubert L. ....... ........ 8 8 Thompson, Agnes V. .......... 83 Thompson, James W. .......... .,.. , 15 Thompson, Roger G. ..... 15 Thompson Shirley E. 2 ,,,,,,,, .29 Thompson Stanley J. .......,,... 15 43, 70, 77 Thompson Warren H. ,,,,.. ,,,15 Thorpe, Peter Q. , 21,69, 77 Tierney, John N. ..... 15, 20, 64 Topping, Charles R. uvUs68,83 Torson, James J. .. 106,112 Tovey, John S. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,, 88 Trembley, Philemon B. ....,,... 94 Trutanich Nick J. .,.,.,,,,,,, 97, 104 Tucker, Janice M, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 9 Tung, John C. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Y,,,,, 5 8 Turtan, Madalyn A, ,,,,A. A,Yvv,, 9 4 Twombly, Harry F. ...,. ..,., 94 U Ueland, Robert M. .. 21 Underdahl, Kenneth .. 21, 65, 111 Uphoff, Kenneth W. ......,, 66,83 1' Vincent, Nancy M. .. . Vincent, Nathaniel R. Voiss, Daniel V. ..,,.. , Von Weiss, John ....... Vuylsteke, Ronald G. W Wachsmuth, Doreen G Wager, Kevin P....65, Wah, Henry E. ,...,,,,,,,,,,.,, Y Wahl, Anna M. ,,.,..... Wakeman, Rilly A. Walden, Phillip S. Waldorf, Ethel J. .. . 50, 65, 94 ...- 50, 83 83 83 .n.45,94 66,72,a3 22294 NWn44,88 73,87,94 5o,57,sa 88 Walker, Charles S. ,,,....,,,, 25, 68 Walker, James E. Walker, James T. Walsh, Donna .......... Walsh, Michael J. Wang, Jih-Chuan ,, Wang, Paul S. ...., . Warren, Joe . .....,. ,. Waters, Bill F. .....,,. . Watkins, Frank A. .. Watt, John N. . .,... . ..,. Webb, Douglas J. ..... . Weber, Al L. ....,.. 49, Weber, Walter N. ...,, , Weisensee, Lloyd W. .. 6 Welle, Richard L. ,..,,, , Wells, Barbara ,,,.,.,,,,, , Wenker, William J. Went, Burton H. ...,... , Wheatley, Richard H. Wiese, Robert D. .... . Wilcox, Frances E. Wilhelm, Janet A. Williams, Bessie L. Williams, Charles E. Wills, Barbara L. ....... . Wilson, William S. ...., . Wimmer, Nancy A. Winkle, Rose ,,....,,. .. Winters, James W. ..... . 97, 98, 100, 103 Wirth, Norman V. ,.., . Witter, Jane M. ,.....,., , Woelken, Dennis Wolf, Clifford J. Wolken, Dennis L. ..... . 83 63, 83 107 58, 94 83 83 a2.68,83 25 88 57, 66, 88 .. ......, 21 9,94,1o9 15,43,69 22222294 56,74,77 Uu-uHH32 asv-- 94 45, 63, 94 ......57, 94 57, 73 21 29 2.294 , 104,105 66,71,83 106 15 H294 Uphoff, Richard C. .............,... 94 V Vaillancourt, Dean L. ...........,.. 43 67, 70, 77, 83 Vance, Allen L. ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, f ,,,. 32 Vandenberg, David R. ...... ...... . 15 Vandenberg, Martin A. ..,,.,,, 65 77, 94 Van de Wettering, Clarence V. 83, 108 Van Dyke, Glen W. .,... ..,21,94 Van Dyke, Geraldine L. ......... 29 Van Dyke, Ronald C. .,....,, 67, 94 Van Dyke, Wayne ,.,,,,,,..,. 21, 67 Van Gogh, John A. We ............ 21 Van Hoomissen, Kevin J. ,,... 49 50, 67, 72, 88,114 Van Hoomissen, Joan .. .......... 29 Van Hoomissen, Richard A ...., 42 57, 66, 83, 84 Van Houtte, Jerome T. ...,...... 94 Van Zile, Madeline C. .,,. 72,94 Vardanega, Dorothy J. .... 29, 71 Varkados, Nicholas G. ............ 94 Vasquez, Jose G ...... ............. - 58 67,72,83,116 Vassallo, Samuel J. ................ 25 41,42,6s Velguth, Sylvia T. ............ 57, Vennes, George J. ..- ......... .. Vernetti, Shirley A. .... 54, Verschingel, Mary Lou T. 73 73 73 88 94 ..57 Wong, Elmer S. .....,,.. 70, 77, 83 Wood, Jack D. Wood, Jack L. Woods, Charles ....... ..... 5 7, 83 Woolery, Calvin F. .... ......... 8 8 ,,,,,,,-,,,94 Woolley, Cal ........... ........ 8 3 Wostl, John A. Wrublik, Donald P. ...... .. Wrublik, Richard R ..... 65, 69,83 94 Wu, Hai-Cheng ,................. 58, 94 Y Yap, Norman F. ...... 83, 115, 116 Young, Harriet .- ........... 2.22.83 R. .......... 115 Youngblood, Jerry Yuktonis, Louis A. 2.2.15 Z Zane, Reynold Y. .... D ........ ..116 Vieira, Ellsworth E. - .............. 32 Vilks, Henry ................ 58, 68, 88 Villanueva, Joseph B. ...... 70,72 Vincent, James G. 2 ......... ...48 49, 66, 88 Zbinden, Lillian M. ....,..,,. 29,71 Zenger, Donald R. .,....66, 72, 88 Zettle, Donald A. ................... 50 Zielinski, Gladys R. ...... A ...... 29 Zumwalt, Beverly A. , ,.,...... M54 L


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