University of Puget Sound - Tamanawas Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)

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Nature follows suit ln the constant movement of the spheres Dawn emerges a little further to the west Each morning - Never the same Never exactly the same Nature - always flowing always turning Always moving ahead lt is not possible to step twice into the same river. Heraclitus Time moves' Man moves to keep up with its passing The seasons change and so do I you need not wonder why . . . The Guess Who i 1 i . i 3 i 1 - i I 1 I nf ff i I 3 i u 1 1 i ll N N V Y X Mu , w I "The door to the past is a strange door. It swings open and things pass through it,' but they pass ,in one direction only." Loren Eisely "The change of motion is proportional to the motive force impressed. " Sir Isaac Newton a A N "There is a systematic procession of events and a harmony of the whole universe. " Nicholas Copernicus "Progress is impossible without change and those who cannot change their minds, cannot change anything." G. B. Shaw What is the essence of music, if not the progression of tone? 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Jcavit-Q-,'3N5EoL S0595-Kj,:y.uUL ns, 212' .qjlpmc 3 rf ' !vg7f" n Q -.is-J TAMANA WAS records the rich and varied activities of one year in the life of the University of Puget Sound. lt is a snapshot of your life and its meaning for you will grow year by year. -Now and more vividly in the future TAMANAWAS will refresh memories which fade and blur with astonishing and disconcerting rapidity. Its full value will come in the years ahead when you suddenly encounter again old class- mates, their children and grandchildren, in new contexts and share together rec- ollections of the year 7973-74 at the University of Puget Sound. ffvgffwa ADMINISTRA TION 73 Q., I V I STANDING: Peter Wallerich, Thomas Baker, Bishop Wilber VIA K Choy, Gary Reed, Philip Phibbs, james Paulson, Troy Strong, james Peterson, Merton Elliot, Richard Brown, Nathaniel Penrose, Llewelyn Pritchard, Charles Holtzingeq lay Green, Gretchen Wilbert. SITTING: Donald juenicke, Lowry Wyatt, Howorth Medowcroft, Norton Clapp, Lillian Shotwell, Henry Ernst, R. Franklin Thompson., I ...-I 'K fffv Q, U., Peter Wallerich Board Of Trustees ,Q ,gf i Chancellor R. Franklin Thompson 14 ADMINISTRA TION f"x X HI 15 ,A xx X x A I KN THOMAS DA VIS Vice President and Academic Dean LLOYD STUCKEY Financial Vice President DELMAR GIBBS Assistant Dean ' s "+L KATHLEEN PAIGE Administrative Assistant Minority Student Advisor IOHNENGLISH ' Vice President and Dean for Students 5 Vg qu -. . Q , ,A kg" 1 -: .E EE- HL! V cpe- 1 1: , :w fires, AQ! za Pi ' ' i 4 f'ff"q' wtrtvu -,, f 2 ef--J"-f X -111' .U I ft.. ' .. P if ,. 2 ' ' if' alt lt 'I I A? ,. ni 3' '-. .,i- R-1 7, '45- K Q51 ' RICHARD D. SMITH Vice President and Assistant to the President ADMINISTRATION 75 Q-, . ,fm Ev -1 DALE BAILEY Vice President University Relations EDWARD BOWMAN Dean of Admissions LEWIS DIBBLE Director of Financial Aid RAY PAYNE KATHYKEGEL Associate Dean Assistant Dean 76 ADMINISTRA TION S7 OLIVIA ARNASON Acting Registrar IACK MCGEE Executive Assistant BSU -viii'-QQELQETW'lf-miffLfEiZg'W?Zx,Qflf? :1i"L:1,.Qi- " 1g'Qf""Q'l M 4. XX. fam", 1 . X ' VEQTHERMZQCNER P ' V Q 1 ' ' A M V Director of Humanities Divisfbn H f ,pg wg, i , . -1. '- :-lv , iff'-E' W' - "iii ' ' -'.. 5:21, - 11' ik! ' guyz , ,.,f1fv .gf 'rf ,ff fi! 1. .1 . iff iff' -1 :ffm A- .F , 7-,M ggi Lggl 1 V .-. 1, N, I . ,... ..: . R. my ...- -H. 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Back: Donald Kelm, Ph1D.,,Assistant Professon Monte Morrison, MFA., Professoiy Marcia jar- W tun, M. F,A., Assistant Professog Kenneth Stevens, Ph. D., Assistant Professoiy john Barnett, M.EA., FA CUL TY 23 Assistant Professoq Franqes Chubb, M.F.A., Professon 1 -V charles'-Mccord, 1.11, Leqiuregt-Ray Pqlley, M.B,A.,'z4SSOCf3fE'lPfOf8SSOff Vvilliant . L- Q if tj! Front: George Blanks, Ph.D., Assistant Professon Robert Benedict, Ph.D., Lecturen Eileen Solie, M.S. 71, Assistant Professon Back: Edward Herbert,'Ph. D., Associate Professog' Gordon Alcorn, rPh.D., Professorfmeritus, Michael Gardiner, Ph.D., Assistantfroa fessorg Ernest Karlstrom, Ph.D., Professor, Eric Lindgren, Ph.D., Assistant Professor. N Department Of Biology v ,, Department Business And Public Administration w Front: Thomas Sinclair: M.B.A., Professor Emeritus, Homer Hamner, 1.D., Ph4D., Professor' Andrus, A.B., Professor Emeritus, william Orthman, Ph. D., Associate'Professoi3WSecond, 1 Ph.D., Legturen Third Row: William.Daughtertyg M.B.A., Lectureg Corinne Park, B.A., , Harry Carter, M.S., Lectures lack Greene, BLA, Lecturer. Fourth Row: Bob Kok, M.B.A., , joseph Giberson, B.A., Teachlng,Assistant, james Ketchel, Ph. D., Assistant Professoc Clayton . Hollister, Ph.D., Assistant Professor. Ztt . H Z4 FACULTY .5 ,E f 3 rw ... , r.. Department Chemistry ,l Front: jeffrey Bland, Ph. D., Assistant Professorg james Cli2fford,rPh. Assistant Professqc Curtisziviehlhafi Ph. D., Associate N Professorg Wesley Nigh, Ph.D., Associate Professor. Backif Williamfkray, Ph.D., Assistant Professorg Darrell Medcaltj'iPh.D., M 1 Professor. - ' ,fr 15i?'ff ' df i 1 ' .S Front: Wiibur Baisingen Ph. D., Professory Richard Tutor, Ph.D., Assoeiate Profeifsog Carlflavadefsfher, Assistant Profefl iiii Z D -fsdrp Gary Peterson, Phill, Associate Professor. Back: Thomas,Somervi7le, M.A,, Assistant 'Professotdonafhan 'Estrin,MJiA.,. - .- ' Assistant Professor: David Briody, Ph.D., Assistant Professor. ' A ' pw Department Of P Communication Theatre Arts R FA CQL TY25 Departrnent of ttt ,s Econonjics A Department Of Education 26 FA cut rv, l Mfr, , yu. ,, fx! fd' A Geraldlassen, MA., Assistant PrdTessoi7 Ernest Combs, PH. Associate,Professorg'Homer Hammer, PHQDJ, Professgr. Professor Edith Gifford Ph D Associate Professor Row2 A nabe-1 Lee Ed D Robinson, Ph. D., Assistant Professor, Oren GIrck,,Ph. D., Associate Professon lo n Assistant,Professor. Row 3: Robert Hostetten Ed. D., Associate Professon joseph Gantz, M.S., Assistant Professon Dewane Liamkaffd. Professor, Donald Bender, fessoc Ernest Dekochen M.Ed.. Professolz - Front: Linda Ferguson, Graduate Assistantg Barbara Holme, I ecturerg' LaVerne Goman j ' , .' . ' . I LH , , ,,, . ., . . h Professorg Milto Assistant Professor: 1 1 i Q i i .F ,, English Left to Right: lacqueline Martin, Ph. D., Professorg Florence Sandler, Ph.D., Associate Professoc Kathy Keller, B.A., Graduate - Fellowg Valerie Prinslow, B.A., Graduate Fellowg Esther Wagner, Ph.D., Associate Professon Robert Garratt, Ph.D., Assistant Professorg Tim Hansen, Ph.D., Associate Professoc Ralph Corkrum, A.M., Associate Professon Rosemary Van Arsdel, Ph,D., I Associate Professorg Raymond Berry, A.M.,- Associate Professon Philip Hager, Ph.D., Professorg Barry Bauska, Ph,D, Assistant Professon Department Of Foreign anguages 1 Defiirtmentl Of s Back: Esperanza Gurza, A.M., Assistant Professoq Anneke Mason, Lecturen Elsie Luettgen, M.A., Assistant Professon Robert Herschbach, A.M., Assistant Professorg Philip K lindt, Ph. D., Lecturen Back: Michael Rocchi, M.A., Lectiirerg' Rosa Maria Acosta, D.S. N., Assistant Professon Renate Hodges, A.M., Assistant Professorg Jacqueline Martin, Ph.D., Professor. FACUL TY 27 M - - 1 . , 4 ., f- 9 f . . W,,2 0 0 K- X. " '. 1 tv . - . Norman Anderson3f'Ph.D., Professon Albeqlfggers, Ph. D., Assistant Professon Stewart Lowther, Ph. D., Associate Professor.. Department Of History 28 FACULTYD z. it ' fx " ' 1, W sz ff ., , . Department Of D Geology David Brubakeni Pn.D. candidate, Assistant Professon Da vid Smith, Ph.ZD., Assistant ProfessbU2SL4zanne Barnett, Ph.DL, - Assistant' Professon Walter Lomirie, AQM., Associate Professorp Raymond'Barnett, Ph4D., kectuvrer.-i . A ' . . 1 . . ' Of Econ mlcjs Claudine Kratzberg, M.H.E., Associate Professorg Ann Williams, Masters Candidate, Lecturec Madeline Porter, M.5., Assistant Professorg Clara'WaIl, B.A., Lecturer. K ff: 1: 5 nf ,, ,, ' if ,J 1 Defiflrt+ Elln ment Of Math fi X- -, N - K- 1errillKerrick, Assistant Professon' Robert Snell, Ph. D., Assistant Professorg john Lantz, A.M., Professon Wilbur Sims, M.5., Associate , 'Professon Ronald Vangfnkevort, Ph. D., Assistant Professorg Bruce Lind, Ph. D., Assistant Professon Edward cgmah, Professon X - iii iii l ' epalftmeht-A Department Of Music Department Of Occupational Therapy L 30 FACULTY Standing: Charles Pendlezuf 1, Ph.D., Assistant Professorg Robert Musser, M.M. Assistant Professor' james Rod ers Ph.D.' Pro- , 8 1 fesson Edward Seferian, M.S., Professorgt Leroy Ostransky, Ph. D,, Professoc Dorothy Rickard M.M. Lecturer. .f -dl. Y? TZ' xgnk- S. -1, ' Standing: Sondra D'am vrosio, stafb Lynne McClure,WA.M., Assistant Professor:Watson?-Wade,.CD. 'l1A.,'Sta?E5'hel6y Gay- son, M.5.R.R I, K. Krishnan Kshepakeran, B.5., Llnstnictor. Seated: Steve Morelan, Ph.D5g Assistant Professoc June' Hof- 'N stead M 5 Associate Professor anet Porter B S Assistant Professor o ce Ward A M., Professon Harriet Richmond, :I :Iv M. 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A C I Paul Abrahamson Business Administration Vernessa Alexander Business Administration Kathleen Allen Sociology Khaled Alsudairii Political Science Richard Alvord Political Science Carla Anderson Biology Elizabeth Anderson i Home Economics Sylvia Anderson Music jody Andrews Home Economics Elizabeth Armstrong Sociology Keith Arrington Business Aclministration Dean Artis Business Administration Lindsey Ayers A Business Administration Constance Baird Education ' A Mary Baker Sociology Shanon Baker Political Science Penny Baz g Sociology Brent Beckstead Political Science Sam Belcher P Business Administration Rex Bell History Gerald Berthiaume Music A Charles Bingham Physical Education ivory Bird S A Sociology lames Blair Speech Gretchen Blitz Education 'SENIORS 37 Jacqueline Boswell Occupational Therapy Carolyn Bowes Business Administration x Sarah Braet Occupational Therapy Robert Branscomb Biology Linda Branson Sociology Nancy Brede Physical Education Ann Brock Education George Brooke Psychology Richard Brown Chemistry ' Christine Brownlee English Stephen Brune Political Science Richard Buck Business Marcia Buckingham Biology Robert Budack Business Administration Donald Burke Music A Charles Burns Business Administration Robert Butherus Business Administration Brian Butler Speech Robert Buttorff Business Administration Raymond Bzdel Business Administration Nadine Callow Business Administration lan Campbell t Business Administration 38 SENIORS 'W Q3 William Dible Economics Rosemary Divita Art, Occupational Therapy David Donofrio Business Administration Cheryl Doten Political Science Alexis d'Oultremont Business Administration Carol Duffy Occupational Therapy Robert Duncan Buginegg Administration Christine Elser Occupational Therapy Larry Elstrom Business Administration Laurie Emmerson Education Kathy Englund Occupational Therapy janet Ericson Business Administration Larry Fagerness BusinessAdministration Susan Fairbrook Education Mark Fechko Art Robert Finney Biology, Graduate loyce Fisher Art jeri Florence Mathematics Paula Ford Chemistry Diane Forsberg Education William Franklin History Timothy Franzel German Timothy Freeman English Ramona Fuller Music Robert Garrison Business Administration 40 SENIORS JE 3 5159 I! XLR ft' -3 W e nr I A ' Lv "You are the sunshine of my life . . . " Stevie Wonder v 55 L6 .m', 'la' x ' Hi.-,-.ia K .gin"i' L.-iii? '. .y..1:, , 'Q W ,. 'pi ,, I Yi 'E C on1ew"" ...Af Ricky Ge-rontis Mathematics Kay Gibson Education T Stephen Gray Business Administration Miller Griffiths Business Administration Leslie Gruen i Geology T' XX Ronald Haaseth Chemistry R Ann Habegger English Charles Hanson Economics Wiley Harrison Political Science john Hart Business Administration Gretchen Heeren Occupational Therapy Penny Henderson French Evelyn Henley E Business Administration Bridget Hirsch Occupational Therapy David Holland History Robert Homier Business Administration N Rosalind Horder Education Harvey Horwitz Sociology ToniHumphrey English Walter Hyatt Business Administration Christa ljames ' -Occupational Therapy Nancy Jacobs Education Winona Jamison Sociology R Edna johnson . Biology is SENIORS 47 Frank johnson M Mathematics Richard johnson Mathematics Madeline jones Religion E Randall jones Education R Margie joseph Art ' Stanley Kaiser, Psychology Diane,Kalmbach E Q, ' Spanish Gail Keliher Religion jack Keller Religion K Martin Kenney Economics Marsha Kephart Education William Kiley Business Administration Um AE Kim An ssta E Stephanie Kiriluk Business Administration Kathryn Koenig N Education LeolKoenig Education, E Lenita Krueger Education E E Karen Kubota A rt 'a ' 1-11: ' David La Bougty Business - Verail:am Occupational Therapy Dolly Lamantt Occupational Iherapyg 42 SENIQRSS Y! N Kati , ,f ,wi ye, 1' ii? -1- ' f-1 1 WX , r ,Q 43 gf 'Ne 1' ,-W: 'GDR -ua S We are going to be who we never would ha ve been. ur-vuunrmisqguziug -v'V" -un. '31 i 6' bf-v joe Pintauro ' 0 David Mayse Business Administration Susan McClain Education Marcia McConnell English Steven McDaniel Business Administration Randall McDonald Business Adrninistration Will McDuffie Business Administration Betsy McFarland English Laurie McGee Education Gail McKanna Sociology jerry McLaughlin Business Administration Claire McNeil Occupational Therapy lan McReynolds English Ronald Merritt Business Administration Gary Miller Business Administration .Graduate ' john Miller Business Administration, Graduate Peter Miller Business Administration leanette Mills Sociology Stephen Mills Business Administration Marianne Mitchell Sociology Randall Morehouse Art Michael Morse Business Administration Christopher Morton Business Administration David Muhleman Chemistry Randall Murch Biology Linda Myers Business Administration 44 SENIORS Wx! 3, LN. Alice Nelson Psychology Brian Nelson Business Administration Carol Nelson Education David Nevitt . Business Administration Mary Oberg Education Marjorie Obi History Geri Obrien Education lanis Obrien Bu5ine55 Administration Karen O Donnell Occupational Therapy Rhonda Ohtani Occupational Therapy Arden Olson Business Administration Rodney Oroku Business Administration Claudia Otis Sociology Lee Owens Political Science jon Palmason Music Robert Patterson History Thomas Pearson Business Administration Billy Perkins Business Administration Gary Peterson Psychology Elizabeth Pierson Sociology Katherine Pomeroy Sociology - g 4Harley Poole Business Administration Robert Poore Business Administration Boyanne Popovich Psychology SENI ORS 45 Mari Pors, .5 Occupational Therapy Sandra Portz Business Administration james Prenovost ' Business Administration Mary Pryor Sociology , Keetjie Ramo ' Psychology Randall Rappe ' BUSff7E5SS Administration Sarah Reade Biology lrt Stephen Reed Business Administration Marilyn Rehfeid i Music , Edmond Richards i , Business Administration it Graduate 'ff sifr Cary Richardson f A rt Gary Roberts Mathematics Wendy Robins it W . Occupational Iherapy Layha Rockmaiv Qociology William Rucker Education, Graduate Carol Rutherford it r Home Economics ludx4Ryan , Education R Lynne Sa ffle P tiil Business Administration Cla udea Sageser Psychology Renee Salmon Sociology o Arthur Samuelson 'Economics l A 46 SENIORS ' sv .,,, .f. .I 'vw' E 142' 'N I 4,75 'Wh 1- -5- Q . NVW 1 5 X : - ,V ' 4 f .. -, a w ' 'i' I ll' ' , K, ' w 1 - r ' .1-"an ww-V 3 ' Q Man, that's real college! 'Vu "l x 'I gi G J 'WM' 15 ' A, . Deeana Sutton BUSITFGSS Administration Deborah Swain Sociology Charles Szurszevvski Economics George Thompson Religion Phebe Thompson Occupational Therapy David Tison Biology Brian Topping History i Desera Towle Sociology David Turner Business Administration joseph Urban Business Administration Jeffery Vance Biology john Vanderbeek Chemistry Cathy Voigt Sociology Melinda Vokes French Claire Voss Psychology i Stephen Walsh Business Administration X Mary Walter English I Kenneth Walth , Business Administration Raymond Warner Physical Education Ralph Wasson BusinessAdministration Laddie Watson Education 48 sfivioies T William Weatherby Economics Kenneth West Business Administration Robert Whistler Business, Graduate Debbie White Education William Whitney Political Science Dennis Williams Business Administration Barbara Wilson Economics Shelley Wirkkala Business Administration David Wissmann Sociology Gregory Wong ,Bu5ine55 Administration Douglas Wyckoff Public Administration james Yockey Art Gertrude Young Occupational Therapy Patricia Zais Business Administration Stephen Zamberlin Political Science Margaret Zane Occupational Therapy janet Zaret Art Warren Zimmerman Business Administration SENIORS 49 r fe. "ff l've Got Things to Do, Places to Go, And People to Meet. 52 LIVING GROUPS 7. Karen Wallelich 2. Anne Merydith 3. Sue LeChrone 4. Ann Nanieli 5. Katie Crist 6. Sue Nichols 7. Margareth Powtasse 8. Leilani Branson 9. Andrea Stephens 70. Cathy Pickeling 7 7. Summer jayne 72. Carol McKnight 7. Pamela Rowell 2. Annette Holmstrom 3. janet Knoer 4. Diane Mesclue 5. Jeanette jones 6. Barbara McGraw 7. Kim Kraly 8. Annette Crooks 9. Cindy Laird 70. Kathy Araujo 17. Karen Hall 72. Cris Coyle 73. Lisa DiGrozia 54 LIVING GROUPS , -U1 I 'W n n r n - sifaewiip A A df. ,iQ,,,,,, 543339224 .,' N' s. 3. .w, 1. 5 u Sue McKee judyjohanesen Georgia Rogers Beth Bmefield Georgia Carroll Clarissa Ferger Keiko Noguchi Lena Hiatt Vicki Leber judy Cappleman Sunhi Hawk 72. Sonja Pederson 73. Lisa Parsons 14. Lorraine Acheson 75. Robin Whitmore 76. Nancy Morris 77. Glenda Roberson 78. Joanne Lehman 79. Gina Bague 20. Sandy Palmer 27. Lois Brown 22. Eileen Kilty 23. TerryMcKellar 24. MelodyColeman 25. CindyAdams 26. KathySmith 27. Teresa Bell 28. Emily Vosin 29. LorraineAtwood 30. janet Christensen 37. Sue Stubbs 32. Stephanie Yanagida 33. Laurie Caswell LIVING GROUPS 53 Annex Houses Below Right: Paulson House: sn. ting: Ann Scott, Donna McHone. Standing: Linda Sayre, Mary Hill. 56 LIVING GROUPS Below: exandef House: lohn Kenrvin, Brad Carter, Harold Lloyd, Robin Hill. Not Pic- tured: Dave Wissmann, Steve Walsh. AN Anderson - Langdon 1. Lisa Higgins' 2. Mary Boyle 3. Sharon johnson 4. joan LeRoux 5. Ramona Schultz 6. Teresa jackson 7. Robin Chandler 8. Michelle Hammer 9. Leslie Gould 70. Barbara Hunter 11. Linda Reser 12. Margaret Mulroney 13. Patricia Chandler 14. Marie Petterson 75. Marci Stear 16. Ann Best 17. Dale Schupp 18. Linda Holland 19. Linda Little 20. Debbie Lee 21. Lori LeVander 22. janet Hughen 23. Laween Tavarer 24. Sara Braet 25. Carol Buckinger 26. Caryn Grune 27 Karen Earl 28. Debbie Davis 29. Gretchen Lyman 30. Paula Hamilton 4 A 31. Caren Bader yiqi--F - 32. Charla Keene Q 33. Sally Swanson 6 34. cfis Phillips 9 Q 35. Veralyn Kam , 36. Ava Chapman A 4 37. Carol Rowe . ' 4 7 38. Lane Morrows 2 3 6 39. LeeAnn Williams q 5 40. Eileen Miyamorro I LIVING GROUPS 55 7. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 7 7. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 72 58 LIVING GROUPS fix A LANGLOW HOUSE Sandy Smith Heather Cunningham Linda MacArtor Cathy Oyer David Wroblewski Terry Moon Mike Harshfield Rich Hoffmen Vera Gerson Keith McCart Toby Allen Debbie Burton Greg Gump julie Treffinger Oscar Kornbla tt Carl Hausayer Mark Stevens Above: KIRBY HOUSE: Liz Willis, Ferrol Williams, Melinda Whipple, Pam ley. Left: Feek House: Standing: john Paterson, George Holbert, Bob Brolsma, Dirk Crump. Sitting: jim Townsend, Bruce Elliot. 'UCCO HOUSE: Paul Reid, Kim "Gibby"Cre2k, Norman CtChe Bob Bilden, Dennis NI ' ' I ' 0 1 ot Pictured. john Long, Gaylen Shlntaku. Above. Ofnef Ogage Gary White ele, Mike Shearin, Nick Mitchell. A ANNEX: Karen Huffman, Seri Wilpone, Mary Chao, usauer, Myra Nakamura, Sandy Zirkle, Dawn Stickler. Above: BUDIL HOUSE: Larry Glynn, john Findlay, Bob Isonaga, Ron Webster, Doug Breckal, Mike Sand, Guy Watanabe, Left WILKENSON II: john Hart, Richard Laurance, Skip Bates, Greg Sla- ter, lim McKeown, Harley Poole, Miss Hooven Dream girl. Not Pic- tured: jim Prenovost. .LIVING GROUPS 59 Annexes Above: Bob Finney, Brian Bowman, Bill B' h ,Ai 1 ' ' h, , Efffnifght1a23ri?5i'75ll5Tf44K7i5?nl5amyPf5'Z5'5orifen Yung Marcia McConnell, jane Chalfant, Teresa Clitzer, Kit Pomeroy. 60 LIVING GROUPS -,, MST i Off 62 LIVING GROUPS Campus Student Alphabetical Order: Debbie Daniels, Steven Duffy, Linda Gross, Bill lacobs, Diane larmon, Roseanne Lee and Smurffy, Louis Mizell, Bob Schadt, Robert Semke, Walt Taylor. Left to Right: Mike Heaton, Sam May, Cheryle Doten, Owen Strecker, Doug Wycofi Candy Cartwright, George R. letstone, Dennis Nelson, Brooks Hull, Diana Flores, Steve Duffy. HAMMOND - OFELT HO E: Diane Kalmbach, Susan Bush, Maria Rowan, Rebecca White, Lynn Swendberg, Nancy Dowling, Jacqueline Boswell, Barb Mitc- hell, Carol Donahue. BERVEN 84 WILKENSON I HO Left to Right: john Schear, Bob Bilden, lerome Hockman, Verlin Campbell, Dave Marble, Steve Burkholder. COYKENDAL - HOUSE.'1fm Levine, Haryey Horwitz, Steve Davis, Brad Baun. .- L' '..'.'. .' 4 LIVING GROUPS 67 Harrington Lf? nah Ili 7. Casey Ward RA J. Rob Fisher HR J. Sue Gaffney 4. Linda Woodson 5. Sue Eastep 6. Tonia Filliol 7. Marilyn Summey 8, Chris Rypkema 64 LIVING GROUPS 9 Doug Alvey 70. Randy Bera 77. Frank Wiebe 72. Kay Mead 7.3. Dave AhSoon 74. Dana Nunnelly 75. Paulie Kelty 76. Kevin Nip 77. Mike Bambico 78. Cherie Luce 79. Teri Christensen 20. Cindy McGraw 27. Leslie Darter 22. Robin Anderson 23.john Stimpson 24. Andy Harris 25. Zach Kinneman 26. Peter Wood 27. Sue Broad 28. Bob Green 29. Bill Cosgrove 30. jeff Lundeen 37. Keith Nakamura 32. Mike Redley 33. Mark French 34. Richard johnson 35. Lori Fitchman be EEZ! llll If ll IL . habetical Order: Steve Brune, Raymond Bzdel, Debbie Daniels, Ann Dickman, Richard Dunford, Lance Frodsham, Judy Harris, Terry Harris, Tony 'dener, Addison King, Barb Hooper, Trenton Morrow, Elaine Nilsen, Cathy Packeig Mary Phillips, Dean Stout, David Teeter, Phebe Thompson, fe Tison and Bilbo, Sandra Wade, Debbie White, Nelson Wong. LIVING GROUPS 63 Sm ith Hall RA i Call us the men of Smith Hall. Call us the D.B. Hoopers. Call us the Delta Beta Hoopsilon, an independent fraternity. Call us anytime. Let us remember- the penthouse, cave-dwelling troglodytes and status floor. Let us remember - the S900 rug, noncommercial, cancer prevention, Piney, Percy Pumpkin, three dollar bills, ogre, chundering, rookie vs. veteran football, DYWpitchers, wining and wenching, Ernest and julio, the monkey, cerebral, doctored ice cream, Kappa secret sisters, poofsters, the Flyers, visiting the doctor, joe Faker, the rubber hose, Crumpets watching the Queen get married, turritt, graduates Paul and Randy, toothbrush brigades, dishface, the dedert dwellers, a returning bloke and a departing trekken and our Hooper annexes. Let us remember Smith Hall 7973-7974. Amen. Randy jones Gregg Dohrn jeff johnson Scott Ager Greg Unruh Doug Lehman Rick Cole Vern Larsen Barry Brush Al Barber Chris Burritt Bill Canfield Ed Grandlund Glenn Farmer Dave Campbell George Knight Roger Canfield Steve Page Peter Anderson Stan Peechy john Campbell Paul Abrahamson Roland Stout Ken Root I. laime Seaberg eg ister Wi? We 'iiwi 2. Terry Elmore .3. Craig Clarkson -7. Martha Wilbert 5. Tom Osborn 6. Brian Nakagawa 7. lan Brunson 8. Becky Horn 9. Kohei Nakayama 70. Vicky Rothwell 77. Karen Lindberg 72. Mrs. Dorothyjohnson 73. Terry Rowe 74. Patty Trull I. Mary Rindbeck J. Gerald Lee 3.Ann Powell -J. Skip Strickland 5. Andy Hersch 6. Ron Cunningham 7. Dick Day 8. Susan Stanley 9. Steve Caldwell 70. Ellen Siebert 77. Tom Murphy 72. Cherry Freer 7.3. Linda Ease 74.Scotti Whittelsey 75. Susan Char 76. Christine Nordman 75, GailMitchell 76. Allison Terry 77, Naomi Umaki 78, Terry Bower 79. Karla Dewyert 20. Tim Freeman 27. Ross Leake 22. Debra Bedient 23. Mark Sterner 24. Laurie Bird 25. Doug Smith 26. Ron Portertield 27. jean Casey 28. Stephanie Dang 77. Ellen Hersch 78. 79. 20. 27. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. Grace Kato Kristi Tarr Gail Burdick Debbie Griggs Mike Wasielewski Dave McCasland Sara Schroedel Bruce Carney Wendy Lewis Beth Vincenti 28. jeff Strong 29. 30. 37. 32. Alan Loken Patricia Stanley Gary Orzell Dennis Stanley LIVING GROUPS 65 J' 68 LIVING GROUPS A 4-mandy Kyoichi Otsuki Tom jones Mike Grove Duff Lawrence Clinton Yoshitake Abe Mike lohannson Chris Woodruff Mike George john Pete Boggs Bob Bryce George Bryant jim Baker Tony Forte Roy Tsukiyama Bob Becker joe Hughes David Chaves Kevin Russell Tim Ryan Brad Beeman Lyle Gelbach Garrett Chong Chuck Bachman Charles Shotwell jack Kirk Richard Barnett Rob Costello Susan Marken Phyllis Kiehl Susan jane Coonjohn Kerry Hoggins Katharine Copeland Tina Swenson Lisa Feury Colleen Eto Mary Ann Clayton Karen Ball Betty Wagner Nancy Riddell Elizabeth Pierson Alexandra Gressitt Penny Henderson Christa ljames Sue Burwell Carol Ward Marcia Campbell Marcy Wright Sandy Noll Ramona Fuller Leslie Brownell Kristi Bagby Martha Hyatt Baiba Lauzis Lokelani Kini Madeline jones Sonja Ostransky Diane Anderson Nancy McDaniel Tina Feldman Linda Gross Pam Lamirande Marilyn Miller H.R. Nina Player Peggy Miller Carol Yoshimoto Betsy Batstone Patsy Ager TE NZ L ER i 1 LIVING GROUPS 67 john McGraw Doug Stickler Ron Newton Kevin Carps jay Culver Morre Rude Blake Childs George Nelson Kim Creek Paul Ried Russell Lau john Black Steve Chilson Dick Haines Todd Hall We live in Todd Hall lt sure is a hole. Coupled with SUB food lt gives us the woes. But despite the Cement walls Which seem like a prison, We're still living here And for a damn good reason. We have to. Tradition or not Plain people are great, And to this fact We're able to relate. T Odd Hall 7973-7974 iw? W W tina ? wh A LIVING GROUPS 69 70 LIVING GROUPS 5' A 'HRW This is not primarily the place we have to be. it is the place where we are. This is not our prison, but our home, It is the road we must walk, and the walking of it is called life. Because we will walk it only once, then how impor- tant it is we should walk it with some purpose that we can callour own. . . We, ofAlpha Phi, feel that Sisterhood is one of those purposes and that through it we will each find something special. . sit? S sa, H5555 Peamii 5 ga' , Wiaf i Beta Theta Pl For where there are many men together and each one is looking after his own interest, the multitude would be broken up and scattered unless there were also an agency to take care of what appertains to the common weal . . . Indeed it is rea- sonable that this should happen, for what is proper and what is common are not identical. Things differ by what is proper to each, they are united by what they have in common. But div- ersity of effects is due to diversity of causes. Consequently, there must exist something which impels toward the particular good of the individual. Wherefore also in things that are ordained toward one end, one thing is found to rule the rest. Thomas Aquinas De Regimine Principu l LIVING GROUPS 72 7. Karen Billiande 2. Sharon Rouse 3. Margie Crawford 4. Karen Lucke 5. Marla Larson 6. Geni Dahl 7. Cheryl MacKenzie 8. layne Bailey 9. Marilyn Paulson 70. Sandy Coons 77.Kathi Hiscock 12. Cindy Hightower 73. Kathy Braun 74. Kendra Christiansen 75. Ven McDonald 76. Patti Brooks 71 Barb Bonne 78. 7 9. 20. 27. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Debbie Luchini Heidi Barrett janet Dancer Betsy Mills Anne Hollingsworth Dawn Copper Annie Walsh Louise Pierce Candy Cartwright Barb Fenton Lauren Huff Debbie Diede Denise Loveless 37. Diana Chester 32. Barb Nelson 33. Vicki Grabar 1. 34. judy Ryan 35. Desera Towle 36. Cindy Fabulich 32 Lorinda Hamen 38. Ann Evans 39. Anita Ducolon 40. Margo Kline 47. Linda Schroth NOT PICTURED Roz Horder Marsha Kephart Kathy Koenig lan McReynolds Carla Anderson Carol Cobb t KL at .4 , if W v ty. .,..,,,,,..,, -sg.. - A , 41' ' '. . ' - ,AV U 3 ,V ' J- I , ,. 2. a I .,.p ' 3. ,:, . 4 'L-Lriih'::r1"f-:': : . Q- . . f1ZiJ'5"1Fj'fT'3fET4! I ., .1 h Q- -,-.5.',-X.-..y.F,3y g ,- W I ,.- .. tg.-Liga!! -,, .L Y 5 7. Chuck Burns 2. Tim Puliz 3. Mike Shannon 4. Ronn Griffin 5. john Barutt 6. Dave Dixon 7. john lnskeep 8. Danny Winder 9. Spencer Strahan 10. Corky Searls 7 7. john Sheekley 72. Steve Pohlman 73. Bob Lopez 74. joe Opray 75. john Mitchell 76. jeff Dulcich 72 Dan Stafford 78. Gary Cohn Dave Kraft Tom Carver Tony Kiriluk Phil Lambardi Pat Riggs john Burgess Gene Michealson Gary Hilliard Bob Sinclair Chris Snyder jim Lonsbery Steve Gish Dave Parker Bob Bernstein Randy Fuller Steve Reed Riley O'Brien Cliff johnson 32 Mark Prugh 38. Art Slininger 39. Bob Medlock 40. Brian Budsberg 47. john Collins 42. Da ve Olsgard 43. Dana Woodward 44. Doug MacPhearson 45. Rob johnstone 46. Willy O'Neil 47. Craig Combs 48. Mike Wood 49. Steve Rohrbach 50. Benson jones 57. Ken johnson 52. Wes Tanac 53. Scott Allen 54. Chris Smith LIVING GROUPS 73 55433 6585? 5 hmm. 74 LIVING GROUPS 1. Raquel Heuston 2. Joanne Palmi 3. Pat Smith 4. Nancy Cline 5. Sue Dressler 6. Kathie Zais Z Marge Hassel 8. Kathy Page 9. jill Masunaga 10. Sandy Lewis 11. Dee Brinkhous 12. Ann Keeler 13. jean Baumganel 14. Lynne Brace 15. Phyllis Okada 16. Cheryl Masters 171 Donna Bogumill 18. Sherry Rossiter 19. Terry Higgins 20. Kirby jewell 21. jan Algyer 22. Laddie Watson 23. Debbie Swain 24. Laurie Brauch 25. Meg Wright 26. Danya johnson 21 Sue McClain 28. Leanne Ratliff 29. Mary Pryor 30. Geri O'Brien 37. Merna Kam 32. jeanne johnson 33. Cindy Tyran 34. Shannon Hayes 35. Gretchen Blitz 36. Ann Popovich pd Chi Om e a "MAGIC TO DO" g We've got magic to do just for you We've got miracle plays to play We 've got parts to perform Hearts to warm Kings and things to take by storm As we go along our way. join us - Leave your field to flower join us - Leave your cheese to sour join us - Come and waste an hour or two Doodle-ee-doo journey -journey to a spot exciting, mystic and exotic journey - Through your anedotic revue. Intrigue - Plots to bring disaster Humor - Handled by a master Romance - Sex presented pastorally Deedle-dee-dee Illusion - Fantasy to study Battles - Barbarous and bloody join us - Sit where everybody can see. We've got magic to do just for you We've got miracle plays to play We 've got parts to perform Hearts to warm Kings and things to take by storm As we go along our way. Taken from 5 Delta Delta Delta QW? 2 W Liiiiethi M 4 QW 6 sa f ' "W ,Nia lg Mary Walter Ann Horton Marilyn Hawk Marti Stevens Mike Ramoska Karen Kaldal Nancy Lincoln Desi MaLaughlin Debbie Hagopian jenny Morrow Barbara Brothers Cheryl Billingsley Peggy Da vis Lynne Unger Barbara Esser Kathy Englund Leslie Tunnell Melanie Carnes janice Englund Debbie Hines Vickie Rohrberg Celeste Norris Marlene Westfall Kari Leaverton Marilyn Rehfeld joan Kooch Larki Huntington janet Marcelia Wendy Rudine Debbie Veach Becca Powell Cindy Monroe Nancy Schimmel joan Wessel Marcia jory Elaine Kittinger Linda Schwarz Melinda Parker Linda Bagnall Marta Toynbee jill Kotckik Barb Wilson Shelly Allegro Merideth Morrison janet Dewoina Pam Nash Kathy Mitchell janine Peterson Gale Greer Laurie Emmerson Travel, if you must, lea ve your homey and find your highway ride the desert lands and mountain tops. Do what you want, but don 't forget what you have been, because what you are and what you will be, Cannot be separated from what you were before your travels began I Gamma Phi Beta I found a friend today. She listened when Ispoke, and responded to my needs. She was gentle when I needed compassion She was joyous in my happiness. In name she is my sisten bonded by the same goals and ideals, In spirit she is everything inside me - All my hopes, fears, dreams and needs. I found myself today in someone else's laughter and smiles And in her serious thoughts. We are different lives unique in every way, But we are also one life As the trees, and the sky, and the grass, and the sun. . .Are one. Today I found more than a friend. . . Today I discovered life. 78 LIVING GROUPS I Susan Dever Corky Somers 81 Sunshine Karen Eikenberry ludy Walker Nancy Popp Barb Bowen Molly Bradshaw Annie Lewis "Mr, Wonderful" john Payne Sue jordan Kristin Ovregaard Nancy Kirsch Elaine Girard Melissa Sherrow Lori Dorn Laurie Seton Barbie Tolbin Louise Rauscher Stephanie Kiriluk 80LlVlNG GROUPS Sarah Wheeler Becky McCullock Peggy Atwood Donna Lincoln Cindy Lola Lee Mollie Edson Robin Tearse Jody Sloane Kathy Freeman Cathy Voigt Marcy Christiansen Ferrol Williams Claudia Gray Merilee Blaine Shanon Baker Robin Mittelstaedt janet Popp Kim Williams Leslie Pyl Kitsy Smith lane Chalfant Becky Mount Barb Murphy Sue Lord Luann Bice Jeanette Frye Annie Chalfant Lisa Bromberg Sue Lyons Carrie Bowes JoAnne Palmer Ardeen Paluzzi Beth Mohler Vicki jepsen Scotti Ann Whittlesey Cassie Evans JoAnne Hanseth Kathy Cole Ma tt Baker Teresa Clizer NOT PICTURED: Sue Anderson Sue Hume Patti Roe Bev Blize Laurie Cross Libby Ernst Mary lo Martin Debbie Young Bridget McPhearson Betsy McFarland Wini Oeninger Beth Sinclair Casey Curtis Nancy Robison Lenore Mjolsnes Laurie Magee Lai: , V T ,M . 1-. 1- U. janie Gilpin Margie joseph Ginger Welk Cara Carter Tracy Quinn Cheryl Estes Marla Tadlock Diane Bagley Lenny Kreuger Kathy Flaherty Cheryl Bragg Mary jo Strom Kyle McKendall joy Radebaugh Carol Sherfy Sandy Rayfield Adele Yamamoto Susie Davis Mindy Vokes Muffy Comfort Kim Galbraith Sue Weis Carole Tuttle Donnie Denomy Erica Hoff Nancy Grader Laurie Larson jan johnstone Anne Pritchard Debbie White Molly Kelsey janet Elzey Linda Lothrop Cindy Bennett Cindy Rhude Beth Mead Sandy Abrams Gail McElroy Linn Ramsdell Dianne Girard Laurie Hallwyler Sandy McKenna Linda Branson Sarah Northrup julie Nelson Ann Garretson Karen Perry Diane Grays Lucy Sharp Mari Gratzer Teri Rideout Gil Hobbs Nancy Dillon Betsy Goss Mary Kay Taylor josie Mitchell Peggy Combes NOT PICTURED: Nadine Callow Liz Morris Nancy Thomas Lora Reed Marla Schram Nancy Young LIVING GROUPS 79 ,.:--L ,if--5' 1- T-1 D Kappa Alpha Theta "Nobody missed you like your friends, Nobody missed you like your friends: When you left, you took along a memory, a happy song. . . and now you're back where you belong with friends. Nobody needs you like your friends, Nobody needs you like your friends: We're here once, so take the time, Finda face and make it shine. . . Give yourself and you will find a friend. Nobody knows you like your friends, Nobody knows you like your friends: People come and people go, never Taking time to know. . . So take a hand And you can show a friend how to give, How to live, how to love. . . Nobody loves you like your friends, Nobody loves you like your friends, Let's share all We have today. . . And then when we go away again we'll know that Nobody loves us quite the way our friends love us Nobody loves us like our friends. " Karen Eikenberry LIVING GROUPS 87 12 ! Jane Smith Janis O'Brian Kathy Hughes Maggie Davis Karen Randall Saundra Hill Requa Sutton Cathy Muller Cindy Herbert Ginger Smith Karen Taylor Colleen A ylward Karen Smith Joyce Wilkins Missy Armstrong Susan Kuffel Joyce Fisher Shelley Chambers Mary Price Lisa Thompson Laurie Hendrickson Kit Pomeroy Jan Wilkins Cindy Maitland Kate McMain Sue McCarthy. Meg Eubanks Lisa Paresa Joan Gurtler Beth Fergin Katie Ferris Judy Harris Ka ty Stack Pati Parnell Susan Tilkemeier Louise Needy Tiare Hanchett Elizabeth Stockman Ellen Leech Colleen McKay Joan Kruger Marianne Bird Lynn Truesdell Lorna Hironaka Kris Judson Nancy Brown Barb Cunningham Barb Berquist Syd Patton Kappa 82 LIVING GROUPS 84 LIVING GROUPS "the sunshine is always there, we just have to stand still and feel its warmth and stillness. " "Friends are like the warm sea - they splash laughter into your eyes. " LIVING GROUPS 83 Kappa Sigma A brotherhood of diversified individuals living together with a common bond - Kappa Sigma 44W W ?"'ARR'ff 4 we W ai faiths 7. Don Triano 2. Dick Tucker 3. Sarge 4. Don jacobs 5. Bill Cameron 6. john Kucher 7. Doug True 8. Tom Stark 9. LeMoine Stitt 10. jim Parsons 77. Steve Bissell 72. Art Samuelson 73. Cat Stevens 74. jerry VanKessel 75. Corey Ford 76. lim Peters 77. Geremy Snapp 73- Gail DeBon 79. Steve Belanger 20. Karl Zimmer 27. Ausey Hamilton Robnett 7 L Mark judy Bob Degan Peter Busk Todd Sames Dan johnson Robert McCaslin George Grimes Steve Bush Mike Peyton Peter Lobb Chuck Bode NOT PIC TURED: Rick Alvord Brad Mills Larry Peck Mark Purdy Mark Schlesinger Mike Thompson Bob Tonellato jim Tren ton Phi Delta Theta The manifestation of the universe as a complex idea unto itself as opposed to being in or outside the true Being of itself is inher- ently a conceptual nothingness or Nothingness in relation to any abstract form of existing or to exist or having existed in perpetuity and not subject to laws of physicality or motion or ideas relating to fron-matter or the lack of objective Being or subjective otherness. 86 LIVING GROUPS Ralph Wasson Rick Graham Bill Tuk Greg Beardsley Mark Metsker Alex DeOultremont Owen Strecker Kelly Burford lim Hackinen Paul Bauger Terry Aalund Doug Wycoff Doug Newell Mike Evans Larry Elstrom Steve Grav Pi Beta Phi Above: Wendy Alexander, Sally Filkins, lody Brooks, Gail DeBon, Chris Johann- son. Not Pictured: Maureen Mullally, Sarah Reade, I. R. Morgan. 88 LIVING GROUPS Today I want to do things to be doing them, not to be doing something else. I do not want to do things to sell myself on myself. I don't want to do nice things for people so that I will be "nice." I don't want to work to make money, I want to work to work. Today I don't want to live for, I want to live. 77. 78. 79. 20. 27. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 37 32. Steve Charleston Peter Sherwin Steve Hahn Ned Coffin Rand Chairauano Peter Macy Gail Wood Kelly Burford Tony Ross jack Fabulich Rick Arena Mike Heaton Greg Ashby Kurt Spitzer Mark Watkinson Don DeHope Dave Chapman Dave Callan Brian Ray Scott Langlow Rick McLain john Peterson Ron Schmidt lim Chalfant lim Brown Tom james Blake Christotferson Ken Schaaf Randy Foster . Mike Wiesmann Rick Bearbower ,SQ QJA6 W Wins W' W ing?-' .. My W3 LIVING GROUPS 87 Robin Krueger Darlene Greenwood Patsy Robbins Ann Griswold Kim Metsker Debbie Schulstad Merilee Donnell Sharon Dourghty Sandi Coson Mimi Bemis lody Larkin Dabney Meeker Debbie johnson Anne Freeman Sue Hill jane Christensen Mimi Mitchell Patty Cra vens jo Winkenworter Cindy Davis Katy Strahan Carol Rutherford Laura Rhea Kathy Ferrell Becky Stensrude Carol Nelson Susie Fairbrook Lindsay Ayers Betty Dunn Laurie Frazier Diane Reifel Wendy Ross Debbie Grubb Heather Hill Susi Anderson Ginny Walters Cammie Archer Sue Robinsen Beryl Eddy Laurie Bennett Wendy Allen julie Larsen Sandy Portz Piglet Goertzen Laurie Young Lynn O'dell -su. 90LlVlNG GROUPS Sigma Nu Breathe, breathe in the air. Don't be afraid to care. Leave but don't leave me. Look, around and choose your own ground. For long you live and high you fly And smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry. And all you touch and all you see Is all your life will ever be. Run, run, rabbit run. Dig that hole, forget the sun. And when at last the work is done Don't sit down, it's time to start another one. For long you live and high you fly. But only if you ride the tide. And balanced on the biggest wave You race toward an early grave. Pl NK O FL YD Above: Steve Tucci, Randy Davis, Kathy England, Eric Spurrell, Alan Steinman. Not Pictured: Rosco Slade, Bob Garrison, lim Mallory Ron Hanseth, Dave Hall, Keith Officer, "Cracker" Ritz, Dan Cummins, lan Campbell, Dave Holland, Hank Zoller, Eric Wright, Ken West, Ray Berryman, Tom Meixner, Tom Armstrong. 92 LIVING GROUPS Dan Baird Peter McNeal Mark Rodekhur jay Carlson Doug Burns john Rose jim Cutler Doug Cahill Steve Ridenour Steve Roll john Heiber Randy Alliger Rod Nichols Heidi Barrett jeff Gaines Sue Kuffel Ray Kennedy Scott Lanum Sigma Alpha Epsilon "Perceptions are not of things, but of relationships. Nothing, including us, exists by itself- this is an illusion of words - we are a relationship, ever-changing. " Hugh Prather WF Q WW EQQS 335 3 . sa. in w liiiii 'il 79. Sue Dressler 20. Bruce Vaughn 27- Chris johannsen 22. Frank Pritchard 23. Sandy Coson 24. jim Yockey 25. jim Chessen 26. Dave Karr 27. Sue Schneider 23- Mary Kay Taylor 29. Tom jones 30. Eddie Frye 37. Dave Douglass 32. Tom Grant 33. Craig Somers 34- Craig Schultz 35. Bob Brongil 36. Dave Boynton Mark Cleavenger john Broten Bob Martin Mark Cottle Dave Turner Kevin Kersteins Mike Scales Alan Cottle j. R. Witt Victor Hytrek Delmar Pearson jim Vincent jay Flynn Bob Denomy Doug Pluss Bob Bachman Mal McAninch jim Barry LIVING GROUPS 97 94 LIVING GROUPS Theta Chi Steve Hansen Dick Buck Cammie Archer Bruce Greig Elaine Kittinger Chuck Hansen Randy Aliment Charlie White Roger Nerland Rick Bass jim Ward Doug Smith Mark Brown Roger Engerberg Don Lewis Bob Thomas Evan Campbell Randy Nulle Leslie Powell Dave Twichell M30 Brian Nelson Bruce Landram Dan Anderson Dave Labounty Wally Adams Tom Behny Rick Malot Greg Schessl lugh Barrett jeff Bailey Rick Vinther NOT PICTURED. Keith Schessl Paul King Dennis Robeson Bill Whitney Bob Combes Rich Meyer joe Urban sim s Robert Poor Larry Olli Pat Piper Mike VanZonneveId I. Alan Pratt L. Rob Blackner '. Bruce Printon K, Gordon Farm P. Rick Thompson 7. Harry Webster l. Rick Krona ?. 3. Brian Steberl G ary Shores 74. Dave Cohen 75. Skip Harrison 76. Tom Picha- 77. Paul Hammond 18. Steve Ramsay 79. 20. 27. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. Rick johnson Rick Hack Randy Bogrand Peter Neidecker Laur Meeks jerry Boos jim Williston Scott Nelson 27. Steve Flexer 28. lim Mallory 29. jim Cook 30. lim Hazen 37. Bob Kellogg 32. Bob Oldright 33, Rick McLauchlan 34. lim Leavitt 35. john Thompson 36. Dave Hume 37. Gene Olson 38. Cal Spessard LIVING GRGUPS 93 Right: Sigma Nu White Rose Queen: Kathy Englund AAA. Below: Kappa Sigma Stardust Queen: Gail DeBon HBO. 96 LIVING GROUPS Royalties - ,- ,M -a W m ni, f' . ,r rafyxfjs' - ' ' F.: 1 Tiff, 'et about as oiled as a diesel train set this dance alight fause Saturday night's the night I like lturday night's all right, all right, all right. Elton john I I LIVING GROUPS 95 Above: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sisters of Minerva: Front Row: Heidi Barrett AO, Sue Dressler XQ, Mary Kay Taylor l'0B, Chris lohannsen HBO, Sue Schneider, Linda Bagnall AAA. Back Row: Sue KuffelKKl1 Sandi Coson HBO, Joyce Fisher, and Lunn UngerAAA. Right: Dream Girls of Theta Chi: Cammie Archer HBO, Elaine Kittinger AAA, Leslie Pyle, and Dee Brinkhouse XQ. 98 LIVING GROUPS ll- Q I .g 7 x I , Above Left: Pi Bela Phi Ring-Ching King: Mad-Dog lim Williston. ZN Left: Mr. Wonderful of Kappa Alpha Theta: john Payne. LIVING GROUPS 97 0 Head Resrden ts Left: Marilyn Miller- Tenzler and Bob Fisher-Harrington Left: Bob and Adri Kok-Anderson-Langdon ter Above: Karen Cotterell-Schiff and Tena Sleinmann-Seward Hall Not Pictured: Candice Paul-Smith Hall and Karla Deweyert-Regis LIVING GROUPS 99 700 SPORTS U1 I I ,, , I .NA I . V V r vi' 1 A A -1 .nag , . .-1 .L ow 1. M. Conrad, D. Rinta, R. Hill, R. McDonald, R. Ormiston, M. Wells, M. Mikas, CZ Angle, T McDonough, R. Simonson. Row 2. B. Holland, S. Sanden B Spellmeyer . Menconi, G. Mitchell, M. Metsken D. Anderson, I. Urban, R. Krumpols. Row 3. R. Shafer, F. Washburn, S. Hanson, D. Gall, B. Pazarena, E O'Loughlin, W Brown R eeves, 1. Peyton. Row 4. L, Sterbick, I Meixneig I. Payne, C Bingham, G. Wood, T Puliz, 1. Fabulich, D. Hilling. Row 5. M. jones, 71 Sienkiewicz, S. Davies, D Kuehl T erdener, D. Kinkela, IC Schaat, H. Linnenkohl, C Likkel, H. Lloyd, M. Price. Row 6. D. Cowan, R. VanVolkinburg, L. Mikas, B. Sheard, K. LeeSoon, R, Beach, D Rowan F ters, G. Widner, B. Tuk, I. Leavitt, P. Wallroti Row Z 71 LeCompte, D. johnson, C Cox, P. Dillon, R. Rowe, B. Buttorf M. Oechsner, j. Balich, R. Arena. First Season ls Successful For "Big Wally" Coach "Big Wally" Wallrof's debut season as oach of the UPS Logger football team gave uget Sound rooters another season of winning otball. The Logger's defensive unit, at first con- dered a question mark, was great throughout e season and the offense, except for a two me lapse, was equally as effective. The first opponents of UPS were the Slippery ck Rockets from the East coast, who were pected to win this highly promoted contest. e Loggers, before a near capacity crowd, came ay with a 73-6 victory. Looking for their first tory ever over a Far West Conference foe, the fwefs traveled south to take on Humbolt State, overwhelmed the Lumberjacks 48-74. They returned home to face the USIU team, who defeated the Loggers in their last three meet- This 'time the story was turned around: the blasted USIU 62-0. The Loggers length- their winning streak to four when, the fol- week, they defeated Lewis and Clark 33- Optimism was high for an undefeated season for the Loggers, but questionable refereeing of the Logger-Rainbow clash in Hawaii handed them their first loss, 30-7 ln their next game they set out to prove that the Hawaii game had been a fluke and did it by rolling over Whittier by a score of 50-0. As the Loggers returned home with a 5-7 mark, it seemed as if post season competition plans would still become a reality. But before a chilled homecoming crowd, Puget Sound fumbled nine times on their way to a 73-9 loss at the hands of the fired-up Bearcats of Willamette. Things didn't get better the next week when Simon Fra- ser of Vancouver, B.C. held off the Loggers for a 7-6 victory. Any hopes for post-season play went out the window at this point. Even though the Loggers finished their season with two more wins, one over PLU, 30-27, and over the Portland State Vikings, 54-Z there were no more games for the team this year. They ended the 7973 season with a 7-3 record. SPORTS 707 1' 'iqx Season Opener: UPS Beats Slippery Rock 13-6 A."- rr7 Robin Hill on pun! return, with 345, Rich Gasrfield blocking H 366 Ken 5chaaL 4244 Ron Reeves, rr 15 Tim McDonough -- Logger Defenders 702 SPORTS 4238 Bruce Pazarena, 422 Scot! Sanders pass Defenders ' 1 tb 3 'M' 'H n , I V mlihff-u 5 .9-0,1 .5 A " e J M- ,. - -F44 Ron Reeves makes the tackle 312, Mike Micas pitches out 'fait Ffh. f :A Q 0 32 Mark Conrad goes for three SPORTS 703 .,- .Av-A "Big Wally" Coach Wallrof 366 Ken Schaaf attempts to block the punt 704 SPORTS TC ' 4269 Harold Hoyd, 16980 Dan johnson, offensive linemen -'I67 Bill Ninnenkohl, 1261 Tom Sienkiewicz wrap up USIU ball Scoring Record Set Against U.S. I. U.: 62-0 ' 'sh M2534- ' ,5 ."" ns-1.551-,,,, " ,f-.W ' ' I-f . r..,, M -M . v ' , Y. .:'.1v'.,--,E , - .,3q,,' j a -- -'."7:'1g,,f'. V.. ' ' ,,A ,.,,:,1-f-'A H ' ' .. I . W l ., - V na- IQ-..fQ1',.. .-5 V ,, . . . .4 . .- W, . 47 Robin Hill breaks lhe lackle uvdmas' M eulhwff . 'Y' . A V .,,,. H 'I :X w:.g.x.aq:, ,.:: In V, i :F 72 Mike Mickas in trouble 706 SPO7? T5 j Ain ,...., iiii' S-aj .wtf - 1 6 1 , xxisw. .. P XX , 0 ' Q3 6' .5 , .5 - ' V - A . ' ii , Y m V I , . ' ,. , 1 -' , --- gn, ...-.-.1 W ,c..,. , A ,- ' QL' V - .fy . 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I I I , - K .K ' txt , If A - . 1 ig' . A Rfk " ,Q . A h - 1 -J A' ' P , Lt , .K " 'Ax ii4g, 'f1E.., if W ' 3, 1 F ,1i i'1ZQf f-'Q-17 4 V 1 -.f ,E I A -'P - Lx., A '- A Q. 'Fu' l Front: Bill Creenheck, Ray Warner, Tom Williams, Wes Tanar, Noble lohnson, lames McGhee. Back: Brian Sterberl, Sam May, Briar Anderson, Dave lohnson, Rick Brown, Anthony Brown, The 7973-74 Logger basketball season was filled with many losses. The biggest loss how- ever, came before the team even started prac- tice. Due to a back injury, 6'7 7 " Curt Peterson was out for the season. His scoring and rebounding strength were definitely missed as the season gotunder way. For the first time in recent UPS history, the Loggers finished last in their own Daffodil Classic. The only highlight of the weekend was Fred Cain's selection to the all-tourney team with 48points in two games. The scheduled competition during December included top teams like Long Beach State, Oregon State and the University of Ore- gon. Playing teams of that caliber, the Loggers finished December with a 3 win, 8 loss record. The second half of the season was more suc- cessful. The consistent play of Noble johnson, 708 SPORTS Eric' Walker. UPS Basketball: Building Year Fred Cain and Sam May plus the maturing of freshmen Eric Walker and Dave johnson prod- uced some exciting games in the Fieldhouse. The team chalked up wins over UC Irvine, St. Martins, Seattle Pacific, PLU and the University of Portland. These five victories showed what the young Loggers were capable of doing. While losing all twelve of their road games, the team finished with a 70 and 76 season total. lt was coach Don Zech's poorest record since coming to UPS. But coach Zech is already looking ahead. Despite the loss of seniors Sam May, Rick Brown and Ray Warner, the coach feels that with the return of most ofthis year's T starters plus a healthy Peterson, next year A could bring a national championship. lt's a long road, team. Good luck! I 333 Doug Gall struggles for yardage Rocgff. x88 lim Balich highsteps with Slippery Rock defender 412 Mike Mikas on quarterback keeper 383 Paul Klllon stretches for a gain SPORTS 707 n ' u 'Qi T gwfia Tommy Williams up for two Rick Brown drives lor two Eric Walker on the drive aj X vi! l N N Q gl ' X sxdilm 4 ' gi 5 A, 1 , ' 1 'G x rw ,' 'Q E. i """' I ',l 'E " Pa. :Qui ilf 1 'Q I dy dy X M. , ' .f X 4: ig., f X , X --.1 5 ir .ff-Ig ' any , 1 LSJX. ..l.. Mfs SPORTS 709 if T' ,s , Qt" H. 152 , . faq. b Q12 -1- 1 J., 1,3 1' L Ls " 412 45-iI'?5 X Erma ,QP .-3, Sam May in heavy traffic Wes Tanec lays it up . 710 SPORTS Q, :- 1--QA: 154'- .y...sy SAM MAYSCORES TWO 4. I-f .aff L V' I QP' I-L-1. .' . 'rl fu' f"'Nts.:.-is Q1 .df 735-a . ,,g'5"f:S'K Noble johnson passes for assist Loggers Face Tough Conference Competition 5 r -F C' f F -1' " . viva., .lu ' Logger press: Fred Cain and Rick Brown -3191 F Ee. In I - V , . 1 -.A Vi! In 14 .Q lx., A -I, -' .4 -' f za gg" wi- ,H 'A N A 1 , 1 I P' 'hir :lv N 'wi Z :wp NUS 'N func 'C .-ra? M fi T 1 f A I "x , L N F 5 N? ' WW! kr O wi. J n tp", X .- kb 'ef 'Nui' ' ing. UP5 TOPPERS President returns from leading crowd in yell Q WW ERIC WALKER LOOKS ON AS FRED CAIN REBOUNDS Dave johnson works under the boards S POR T5 7 7 7 ,cl WS 2' Noble johnson in a crowd ,ff f'. 'X Q X4 M-A-nk f f 'fs o Qzny if Y Y' ,, - ! Wavrlng for rhr fvhound 772 SPORTS ig.. o .f o 'I Z? X six i I Noble lohnson Casts away NX V Y DAVE IOHNSON SHOO VS FOR IWO I s l M? I i. a fn VE' A. X'fi.'i'.7, 1 If, :' ii V "1 ' -,T .NH . X11 j' - , . :Q',f,z'- ' 'V f f."'iv y f7 ' ' if-2.e12?5il1'S new A -7 ' 1 ' ' " "" A , Af-1, 425. - 1' LA Hs, .5 .2 ' I I '13 1 Hr W I . rc W: r 'J vf fm, eff ., f me .4 's lj: t Q 'Q-,lf .Skt 4 A :Mug - 5 qu, ' e bw N I I' ' In 5 - ni ' f R-L N-I 4 ,AX f . . t .- Q v, V- , . if ,i ,z Q, M1136 ' 3 A ' 9' i ' '- 'AW - J e 75 .re-Nil .11 g g , H ' V , -fr, ' 1: 9, ,A ' Q - lx - K X vs Q 'Q , 4 , 1 1 , A Z, , I ,. 5 QM s fy 5 ar, 3 A, , J' - Iv . I, 1 . 4 1' .1 Q A e -J "-:Sh j, ' f f X. V , " A A - '+I' ,r ' 'M 5am May forces it up Fred Cam scores lwo Season Ends Too Soon For Charged Loggers Mfrs 7.4"1:'f N'1f'H'1 .f -lf"-,.-f' I ,ff u Fred Chin S umqm: lumnef SPLQR I5 I I I Front: jamie Stipson, Sue Kilcoyne, janet DeWoina, Shannon Heinrick, Marcia Campbell. Middle: Co Chuck Bingham, Evalyn Goldberg, Nan Seed, Peggy Boyle, Minde Sunde. Back: Bonnie Fox, Lynne Peggy Millen Colleen McKay. ' ach ,f I, Peggy Boyle about to drive 7 7 4 SPOR TS ffl Colleen McKay sets up play Women Cagers Produce Winning Season Evalyn Goldberg set for two Peggy Miller drives past opponen Peggy Boyle gets off shot ANOTHER LOGGER VICTORY SPORTS 175 f i L J Logger lV's And Supporting Staff Brian Anderson 's tip-off Rich Arena on defense 7 7 6 S POR TS 1 Curt McNeeIy among fo Dave Zehrung riding opponent Logger Wrestlers Face Tough Competition 1 srfvf HANSON READY TO wkfsnf 778 SPORTS V i 41 Bill Tuk works fora takedown N Front Row: Dave Zehrung, Steve Hanson, Chuck Hanson, Greg Schess. Back Row: Coach Del Rossberg, Bill Tuk, Mike johnson, Dave LaBounty, Wally Adams Injuries Plague Logger Matmen ' The 7973-74 UPS wrestling season was filled with medical reports. Injuries plagued the mat- men throughout most of the season as many matches were lost due to the Loggers inability to suit up a full team. Two star performers, Don Dillenberg and Chuck Hanson were both lost for the year with injuries suffered early in the season. Bothhad competed in the national tournament last year and had been expected to return again this year. The highlights for coach Del Rossberg's team were consistent performances by Till Tuk and Dave LaBounty. Senior LaBounty posted a 70 win, 7 loss record in dual competition at 758 pounds. Heavy weight Tuk, although only a sophomore, recorded the top individual record for the grapplers winning 75 of 20 matches against some very tough competition. Both Tuk and LaBounty competed in the NCAA national championship in Fullerton, California. SPORTS 777 Dave Zehrung nears a pm YI-1l""w "Vx Mike johnson works for escape Mike johnson about to escape STEVE HANSON IN COMMAND SPORTS 779 D X! -Ir - -iii! Q f. 1 , --'Q m."vK. s wif , A,, if I ...J---6,-f S. Soccer 1 UPS SOCCER TEAM MEMBERS: Norman Berg Willy O'Neil Bruce Brinton Nick Papini Dave Chapman Mike Redley Oscar Cornblatt Todd Reynolds jeff Dulcich Ken Root Cal Griffiths Tim Ryan lim Hackinen Charles Seaborn Kris Karlstrom Russ Steel Tony K iriluk Martin Van Der Berg john McGraw lan Van Veelen Rod Meyer Piet Verdulter Pete Neidecker Martin Withington 122 SPORTS I i if L' -nr, ,P W ..,, .. ' 0 , -4. is ' 1 q 1 , '. W Qi, E' f' QA ,A 1 Qli. H ,Qs . : ,,, : 8 T2 X KLA'-:ffl if b QW ' A ' V I xv M " X -V , i'-f Q' ' J F. wax-X X V x - - . s-, 3 I Qx N 51 ..-9 fx I 3, if -if-1 R J Z 7 'iii ' S x , A Y "r N I , - l I' 1,13 J - .sl fi, Nil. . IJ 4, P-- . F X I Y M, ...er , - im 1' , 'A 4: H .V -- 1 , .M t ,- ALF' ' ' '- vi' ,, ' V X' ' M :am ' ' 1 .1 I - , Q-15. . 1 'V " un' , . ' -15 V w., J in JK M l. . . . ..,. ,,. , - -.. 1 , . . I H . .1 , , - I... , ,Q , Y ,.,- 4-f..,,...,1 u ., I .- - A W , I A nw- 44 ' A V Y i y , f Mu, . 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The National Team was composed of the following swimmers: lFRj Brian Budsberg, Breaststroke IFRQ Brian johnson, Butterfly, Freestyle IFRJ Mike Reed, Sprint Freestyle ISOQ Phil Moseley, Backstroke UUQ Ken Stanton, Diving UUJ Larry Peck, Freestyle KSEJ Scott Knowles, Backstroke ISEQ john Sheekley, Freestyle KSOQ Morre Rude, Distance Freestyle 724 Brian johnson, Butterfly 9-4 Season Record For UPS S wimmei Scott Knowles competing in backstroke . il U l,l ' J: 1'-A T3 . t ,- If .L 1, . . I lx ,K ,Qu -'f' . '- N' .A v..L,l1 11,1 X 'N 7 . '. I .,. t U 3 A fr 't -bv. .h , tl . 1 ' u' 'A ' . -H. , f v . Lf' ff - I 726 SPOR TS Swimmers leave starting blocks at beginning of race Swim Team Sends Nine To 3 U . ,-. - .,-9. 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Mary Ann Bird SPORTS 729 Ski Team Finishes At Top Of Division K D I john Roberts LV Ski Team: Top-Mal McAnnivh, jeff Anderson, Scott Langlow, Steve Davis, Doug Cahill. Bottom: john Rose, Martin Withington, Tom jones, Kattie Ferris, Bruce Vaughn, Dave Cohen. 730 SPORTS Bill Cosgrove lohn Roberts Sports Trivia 'www ' 7.1" 1. - - . J-o. . ' ,,1.lx21f5" ",?u .N - 1' I -4 0.5 , .,. M , ..., -Q -.4 :.yf,YfvH -'L fm. V .xml A I' ', ,.-wp, ' . 9 X T .A MM, "rV.+,' ' if TJ px 'IJ ,,....:. Q -, V-a J -O1 --,aut tv .L I. . n. ,, tr WW:- ,.r 1 .. ., ,em QT SPORTS 737 132 SPORTS U.l?S. RALLY SQUAD 1973-74 , V , , Linda Branson and Louise Pierce Front: Louise Pierce, Linda Branson, Kathy Flaherty. Back: Pete Sherwin, Che- WI Bragg, Steve Pohlman. ff U.F.S. Spirit Squad Af", Pete Sherwin SPORTS 749 Intramural Board Under the leadership of Randy jones and Gregg Dohrn, the men 's intramural program at UPS contin- ued to grow this year. The intramural board, made up of representatives from fraternities and various living groups, worked on rules, scheduling, officiating and communications within the program. It was esti- mated that over 7,500 men participated in the nine different sports offered on campus. Flag football, bas- ketball, volleyball and softball were the four major sports. Other activities included swimming, bowling, winterim basketball and track. The strengths of the program came from those students who volunteered as coaches, scorekeepers and officials. The time and effort which they put into the program helped make men's intramurals a success. SPORTS 750 I Assistant Gregg Dohrn U.P.S. Men's Intramurals Director Randy jones Beta's Take Intramural Football Title For the third year in a row, the Beta flag foot- hall teainfcaptured the intramural Champion- ship. In a defensive battle, the Betas scored a second halflouehdown to defeat the Schtup- ing Gang 6 to 3. The Beta overall record for the last two seasons is 74 wins, no losses, and one tie. ln consolation play, the Sigma Nu flag pul- lers defeated SAE for third place. The flag foot- hall league consisted of twelve teams with approximately 250 men partic'ipating. Although the humps, bruises and tears out- numbered the laughs, the men seemed to enjoy hashing each other's heads in. lieta Theta Pi, flag football Intramural Champions ,ig T5 757 CID! md Powderpuff Football GDI 5 Are Champs In pcmfclorpuff football, Ihr' ClJl's, woro c'hampions, followml by tho Tri- Dolls, Kappa Alpha Thotas, Hawai- ians, and Kappa Kappa Gammas, in that ordor. The' GlJl's soason rc'c'orc1' was Iwo wins, no lossos, and Iwo Iios, d0I'0aIing Ihr? Thotas I2-0, the Kappas 1.3-6, and tying Iho Tri-Dolls 6-6 and Hawaiians O-U. 152 SPORTS !c'Il Cllrlwnlr'.1rlw1h1'u.n lor Curl Mc 'Vvvlx lic-my .1ml5c l7lLl17l'f'lg G.1ngcl.1ah in 4 h.1mpruml1ipavlium SPORTS 753 Intramural Basketball faf ar' D, 3. Hoppers V5 ZOO lip Off Mike Galt passes off among Sander, Sterbick and Menconi 754 SPORTS An uncontested Beta lay in bgve. ,. l , P' l e e , a r 4 ar- : Scorekeepers Marci and Kerry Bef-35 PU? PFGSSUFE' Of' RRY CfUmDl9S Music And Entertainment ACTIVITIES 763 ecket I KS Q' X 764 ACTIVITIES gs 'F -up .x-Saul V 5:- ikfiw ' ,-+1L,13A'2f ,,.g,:Q IL. EE"-E2-. - ,fflgii E' -fff Jim .wg 55-5 'f-lf. M ' . I1,,-V ' 'Lg-if 31:2 ' 2 fig? 11' 5"J A :gl -:Mig !+m1,.:. A - mark' fl? .Y .a .7-- N-' . ..V,.,,,5513+g.gm NDA 4 1 - -H735-:q.5: 'V 'l':m,s:.'! 'N Ju,-3,-'L W Y , - . jonathan Estrin . . . Second Richard M. Tutor . . Steve Caldwell . . . First Monk Ben Shandrow . . . Barry Brush . . . Etienne Randy Clark ...... ury, Second Monk reg Hetrick ...... . Raymond Berry. . ichard Riner ..... ecca Powell ..... ernie Dunayski. . . ary Richardson . . art Hawkins . . . len Farmer .... . . .King Henry the . . . . . Thomas Becket . . . .A Page, Saxon Boy . . . . . .First Soldier . . . . . .Second Soldier, Archbishop of Canter- . . . .Bishop of Gxford Bishop of York, Sentry . . . . . . .Gilbert Folliot . . . .Gwendolyn . . . . .First Baron . . . .Second Baron . . . . . . Third Baron . . . . .Fourth Baron CAST james Blair ..... Young Sentry Karen Brilliande Rebecca Stanley Steven L. Page . . john Shultz .... First Servant Greg Kester .... Charlton Ball, jr. . . . .Saxon Father . . . . .Saxon Girl . . . . . .French Girl . . . ......... Little Monk Provost, Marshall, . . . .French Priest French Choir Boy, Prince Da vid Kretchmar ......... Second Servant, French Baron Dianne Winslow .... ......... Q ueen Mother Marlene Westgall . . . ...... Young Queen Bill Bingham ....... ............... P rince Ken Waln ....... .... K ing Louis of France Roger Brady i i - ............ The Pope Robert Martin .... ......... A Cardinal ACTIVITIES 765 The Subject Was Roses Diane Winslow Richard Riner Gary Richardson 766 ACTIVITIES vu.. uv V' R951 Tl lMM1E Artists And Lectures Committee Brings Popular Topics To U.P.5. ilnlnln "Alf .5-Z Howard Miller During the month of March, The Univer- sity community hosted a series of speakers who dealt with the subject of press free- doms and the Constitution. Howard Milleg Britt Hume and Tom jarriel conversed with students on such crucial press issues as media censorship, violence and sex in the media, presenting the real news, in-depth reporting on the part of televisifvr news, and the credibility with the reading and viewing public. Howard Miller Howard Miller is a professor of law at the University of Southern California. For the past three years, he has appeared regularly on the Public Broadcasting program, "The Advocates, " and has proven to be very well informed on law and the communication systems today. Artists and Lectures Committee members: Boogies Coordinaton Clarissa Ferger, Brooks Hull, Activities MP4 lan McRenol Publicity Chairmang john Black, Campus Flicks Man, Dennis Nelson, Artists and Lectures Series Coordinator. 768 ACTIVITIES Blue Kangaroo Cast Policemen: Ray Kennady, Paul Hammond Dolls: Marlene Westfall, Marcie Murray Soldiers: Doug Newell, Eric Spurell, jim Blaiig Lena Hiatt Little Girls: Cheryl Bragg, Mary Pratt Kangaroos: Ken Waln, Ralph Grapoli jacks-in-the-box: Randy Clark, Vicki Hillerem Toymakers: Roger Brady, Debbie Bediant Robbers: Roberta Blair, Katrina Hodiak, Mary Lindbeck, George Knight ,I , . ACTIVITIES 767 Rod Serling Rod Serling is a noted writer, director and producer of many movies and television pro- grams, with an astute talent for writing science fiction. This year, Mr. Serling displayed a true wit when addressing a large audience on subjects ranging fromacartoons to politics to unidentified flying objects. He had manyopinions to share, including his impressions of television commer- cials. U.P.S. was very fortunate to have hosted Rod Serling - a sharp man and resourceful speaker. W .,r., A, 1 C6 5 , k an .3 i E .6 , 'kg ' l o ig E-.f. 17UACTlVlTlES , Tom Noel Tom Noel spoke this year before an audience! eager to hear an actor portray the ever-loveo Mark Twain, or Samuel Clemmens. He covered subjects like Twain's boyhood ir Mississippi, and factors which influenced his writing. Tom larriel Tom jarriel is an ABC News White House correspondent who recently accompanied the President to China and Russia. Prior to his White House assignment, jarriel earned national distinction for his coverage of the civil rights movement in the South. As a newscaster, he also covered the U.S. man- ned spacecraft program for ABC. Britt Hume Britt Hume is the investigative reporter who broke the ITT scandal story. The twenty-eight year old journal- ist was also instrumental in the publica- tion of the Anderson Papers - the expose of the Nixon Administration's private attitudes about the lndia-Paki- Sfafl Waf. ACTIVITIES 769 The First R. Franklin Thompson Lecture Portrait that hanges in Thompson Hall 1 ,Aff ., -'-,-,Wg V , ' - ! Dr. R. Franklin Thompson was the guest speaker in the first of an annual lecture established in his honor. Dr. Thompson, the former president and now chancel- lor, spoke on "The Ages of the Hours." In his lecture he discussed how we base our lives and civilization on those of past ages. He referred to such heights as The Golden Age of Greece, The Silver Age of Rome, The Dark Ages, and The Renaissance. He related how the voices of Aristotle, and Socrates reached down through the ages and touched our lives. Dr. Thompson sug- gested that the age of technology, scientific research, and dedicated teaching will someday be the stepping stones of the ages. Tacoma too has been affected by the past ages. - ACTIVITIES 177 The 1974 lohn D. Regester Lecturer Zdenko F. Danes, Ph.D. jim, Q: .iv'n,: '- -4,,,,,., '1- '- 'ix r-.I ' , S-- 1 772 ACTIVITIES 1 V What's Inside The Earth? Dr. Zdenko F. Danes, U. P.S. professor of physics, asked his Regester Lecture audience "Who cares what's inside the earth ?" Then with firm conviction he answered himself: "I do." Drawing from a back- ground of the humanities, as well as the sciences, Dr. Danes expounded on the many models that have been made of the earth. He examined both myth and fact, and concluded that the earth carries within herself the story of the past and with that the story of herself. We are just beginning to read it Before any theater production is seen, it must first go through Auditions . . sl, W, Construction . . . Nfl, RV, ' pg 1' '- Lv-h 774 ACTIVITIES So it can be presented as Brown And Haley Lecture Featuring: Dr. And Mrs. lohn Fairbank The Twenty-second Annual Brown and Haley Lecture Series presented Dr. john Fairbank, renowned scholar of Chinese history and chair- man of the Council on East Asian Studies at Har- vard University. Dr. Fairbank offered a series of lectures dealing with the history of American- Chinese relations through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The lectures fell under the general theme: "The Multiple Impacts topics: "Merchants and Missionaries: Beginnings and Frustrations to the 7870's," "Christian Education: A Success Story, 7870-7930. " "Power Politics: Concepts and Misconceptions, 7898-7972. " Wilma Fiarbank, wife of Brown and Haley Lec- turer john Fairbank, discussed her studies and interpretations of ancient Chinese Art forms. Her major theme originated from what she felt was the continuity and discontinuity ofancient Chi- nese views and the changing environment of future China. 4, . , - 4 1.,1fw.j , V LY- I , I I l , ACTIVITIES 773 Tacoma Symphony Edward Seferian - Conductor -. 5 lf' X an -..f-at :f , - T ,. if-te 1.12 L54 1. 1- , - - ' if 'fy k -I :Li Q ' b 42115 ' ' I 'fig ' . ' a . ' 'f " - x Y ,44 1 V' ,:.,.k.sI , li " J , f ' fin i U , - gil ' .f,'911fIfJ-3 , , 5, ' ' ' :EUVFI 'L ' a -jI5:?:A1'g f ,P if . ' :" V 1 . I ' . 5 V . r ' ' N I T . ' 1 . MW, V :,,.g:..5,1..-, , V A ggiml.. V' ' 'i'4K-'lf' - 5 V' -' N :Jil-" .L314523sf':", 11 A r A 'F -13.5 Q. -. My-.-+ g -, 1' I we f E . I '- " . ,.u," . A Q I hx , f s-. I nt, f Mr. Seferian tis' ' ,ll h if ,ffl . I Anfilbl 'gm -- I . fp X' t Z Stix ., F S Tu' li ' M 'V ' 7, Fa 'r:,ifi4gpkZ'i. Y " ' X 194 Lil. Lg "- P' The Tacoma Symphony is sponsored by the University of Puget Sound. It is free to the public. In addition to the regular concerts, there are many "Young People's Concerts"and "Little Peoples Concerts" given throughout the year. This was Maestro Seferian's fifteenth season with the symphony. I September 26 - Evelyn Lear, Metropolitan Opera November 7 - jose' Greco and Dance Company February 13 - Adelphian Concert Choir March 27 - Lorin Hollander, Renowned Pianist ACTIVITIES 775 :li Symphonic Chamber Orchestra Daniel Lynch - Conductor Row One: Linda lohn, Suzan Ager, Merle Harris. Row Two: Elizabeth Willis, Mark Blackledge, Ann Graber, Vern L Teresa Roche, Stephen Nelson, Row Three: Mr. Lynch, Becky Roberts, Pam Roberts, Dane Little. ln order to be a good musician you must . . ' Swim I il' I ' X , "N ,I I practice . . . practice . . . practice 776 ACTIVITIES Senior Music Recitals R1 177 f., 5 P-. . TA4 E55 E Left to Right: jerry Berthiaume. Piano: Marilyn Rehfeld. Piano: Pat Castro. Voiceg Teresa Roche. Violin: Barry Williams. Organ: Michael Deviny. Symphonic Wind Ensemble .1 . 1'.w1"'.n1'P 1 ,. wr.: -' ue:--e .fp ww-----v. ---, -... -... 1.. V, .gr z...:f:, ,.- ' -,,.g " 1--H .1 ' rs "'a.,', F 13., , af' E ggwaa . I " .. 1 A..--aa -f, ..:-L Y ' .v:.:.!7,,,f.14 ,?ms:Ti..:v1,13l-,,,t... A-:fnf?..'..7?7 fi. A -A aaa,-r .,,, -, .. ., . ,. Piccolo: Randy Cause: Flute: Kathy Araujo, Randy Cause. Betsy Quick: Oboe: Cheri Cozort, Gail Persteing English Horn: Cheri Cozortg E Flat Clarinet: Mari- lyn Rehfeld: B Flat Clarinet: Rena Bouchey. Phyllis Kiehl. Marilyn Rehfeld. Sherry Rossiter. Carol Rutherford: Bass Clarinet: Rodney Choo: Bassoon: Don Burke. Dennis Dearth: Alto Saxaphone: Paul DeHope. Greg Schesslg Tenor Saxaphone: Bronson Lewis: Baritone Saxaphoner Mike Ra ymonck Horn: David Hunter. David johnson. Larry johnson. Robert Sprinkle: Trumpet: Robert Anderson. David Deck. Dale Halvorson. Keith Schesslg Trombone: james Allen. Craig Allison. Donald Edee. Roland Stout: Baritone: Wayne Brown, Charles Pendleton: Tuba: Cary Scott. Marvin Vannp Double Bass: Dane Little: Percus- sion: Doug Alvey. Kim Ragan. Steve Wehmhoff ACTIVITIES 777 adelphlan Cuncent Cham , K Y A, it V 'uri ., m 4 . Ag +A. . x sg Q 1 ff is ' 1' I ' I W .. - fX 4 L u ' g :wh 4 :mx tv Jsifj I T z Q fu 'K' x fy 1 Cl-'VQLL " -'f .4 7- sr , , ,. . .,V - ali 'mv' , . u . Q? . rvfr' ' -' .. .4 , , , .V , r I V- 5' -1 Er 'X A 35' -.2 I-:Q rg. Lfzlfzf-"' , fs' Al 'i'4!F" mn- " 4 ' , X. , '. ' :I - .1 ' ff, sg r ai - - Q.. 5 . H ,g 1. F? , , 1 . , V . 1 Q A .,, . ,w,,,,,. 'f .': .--.LhvVf' , , 0 - L Y.. . .mr 99' Va. bun . -.-aiu ,.g,.,.- ,-mg'-1 , The UPS Tacoma Choral Society And Orchestra Edward Hanson - Conductor 311-1 Sopranos: Marti Anderson, Karen Ball, Mary Carle, Barb Carlson, Marna Cosgrove, Marjorie Colglazier, Kathleen Dollarhide, lrmgard Fix, joanne Flom, janeen Franz, Susan Garside, Dolores Heffelfinger, Helen Kohler, Celeste Lenth, Ruth Luber, Bettie Linthicum, Frances Miller, Cathy Neal, Ann Parks, Marilyn Paulson, Caren Rader Lucille Reeck, Sylvis Silins, Donna Schmidt, Mary Siridakis, Elizabeth Tokach, judith Triplett, jane Watson, Linda Wheaton, Robin Whitmore. Altos: Patricia Allen, Mary Ann Ball, Penny Baz, janet Blair, jeanne Bouton, Teresa Clizer, Karyn Denecke, Susan Dittman, Lori Genna, Dana Gray, joan Groom, Rosalie Hansen, Diane Heffelfinger, Becky Horn, Beth Hughes, Cindy Laird, Debra Langford, Susan McClain, Katharine McCormack, Sharon Mattern, Kay Mead, Dorothy Northway, Cristi Phillips, jody Proctor, Ginny Tanquist, Sister Virginia Marie Tennyson, Gloria Winsor, Margrit Wittwet. Tenors: Maurice Davis, Terry Graves, Randal Hunt, Frances Hurlow, jack Turnure, Martin Withington, Curtis Barber, Basses: Immanuel Bergee, Owen Bothwell, Don Burke, Bruce Denecke, Lesley Fix, Rick Guyles, Michael Hughes, Morris Kilgore, james Nette, Steven Pleasants, Bernard Shattuck, john Schultz, Ralph Smith, jim Thomas, Peter Thompson, james Whitley, Barry Williams. Violins: Suzan Agen Dan Athearn, Vicki Ault, Mark Blackledge, Ann Graber, Linda john, Vern Larsen, Linda Snyder, Elizabeth Willis, lrvin Wright. Violas: Stephen Nelson, Teresa Roche, Gail Wentworth. Cellos: Pam Roberts, Roberta Hansen, Merle Harris, Dane Little. Bass: jerry Evans. Oboes: Cheri Cozort, Tad Margelli. Bas- soon: Dennis Dearth. Trumpets: David Deck, Keith Schessl. Timpani: Doug Alvey. Harpsicord: Dianne Everson. Organ: Barry Williams. 180 ACTIVITIES 1 Madrigals .41 X 4'-4 f f x SV-55-J 1-3 4-" ' fei....4-Q: Front Row: Pat Castro, Sandy Noll, Mike Deviny, Chris Merken, Desi McLaughlin, Steve Moll. Back Row: Kum Kim, Mary Schoenleber, Lynn Meyer, jack Kirk, Scott Baker, jim Maxwell, Leslie Pyl, Ramona Fuller. ACTIVITIES 779 Madri als 'L-.J Front Row: Pat Castro, Sandy Noll, Mike Deviny, Chris Mirken, Desi McLaughlin, Steve Moll. Back Row: Kum Kim, Mary Schoenleben Lynn Meyen jack Kirk, Scott Baken jim Maxwell, Leslie Pyl, Ramona Fuller. ACTIVITIES 779 The UPS Tacoma Choral Society And Orchestra Edward Hanson - Conductor Wt..- -....---x Sopranos: Marti Anderson, Karen Ball, Mary Carle, Barb Carlson, Marna Cosgrove, Marjorie Colglazier, Kathleen Dollarhide, lrmgard Fix, Joanne Flom, janeen Franz, Susan Garside, Dolores Heffelfingen Helen Kohler, Celeste Lenth, Ruth Luben Bettie Linthicum, Frances Miller, Cathy Neal, Ann Parks, Marilyn Paulson, Caren Raden Lucille Reeck, Sylvis Silins, Donna Schmidt, Mary Siridakis, Elizabeth Tokach, judith Triplett, jane Watson, Linda Wheaton, Robin Whitmore, Altos: Patricia Allen, Mary Ann Ball, Penny Baz, janet Blair, jeanne Bouton, Teresa Clizer, Karyn Denecke, Susan Dittman, Lori Genna, Dana Gray, joan Groom, Rosalie Hansen, Diane Heffelfingeig Becky Horn, Beth Hughes, Cindy Laird, Debra Langford, Susan McClain, Katharine McCormack, Sharon Mattern, Kay Mead, Dorothy Northway, Cristi Phillips, jody Proctor, Ginny Tanquist, Sister Virginia Marie Tennyson, Gloria Winsor, Margrit Wittwet. Tenors: Maurice Davis, Terry Graves, Randal Hunt, Frances Hurlow, jack Turnure, Martin Withington, Curtis Barber, Basses: Immanuel Bergee, Owen Bothwell, Don Burke, Bruce Denecke, Lesley Fix, Rick Guyles, Michael Hughes, Morris Kilgore, james Nette, Steven Pleasants, Bernard Shattuck, john Schultz, Ralph Smith, jim Thomas, Peter Thompson, james Whitley, Barry Williams. Violins: Suzan Ager, Dan Athearn, Vicki Ault, Mark Blackledge, Ann Graber, Linda john, Vern Larsen, Linda Snyder, Elizabeth Willis, Irvin Wright. Violas: Stephen Nelson, Teresa Roche, Gail Wentworth. Cellos: Pam Roberts, Roberta Hansen, Merle Harris, Dane Little. Bass: jerry Evans. Oboes: Cheri Cozort, Tad Margelli. Bas- soon: Dennis Dearth. Trumpets: David Deck, Keith Schessl. Timpani: Doug Alvey. Harpsicord: Dianne Everson. Organ: Barry Williams. 780ACTlVlTlES U.P. S. Students Abroad All U.P.S. Students In London 1- . e I .fi .L'. -., , . , , l. A' ' ' . .- Y f , ana l , . ' lf" ' if '. 1 'uf I ,. . 4'.,,., p' ' . 'rg - - U.P.S. Students in the Netherlands Y 5 I Williston Liz Morris Belowleft to right jeffStanton Katie johnson. Standing left to right: Eric Sechrist, Dexter Reuhl, lim b , . J , - w ' . .L" . ' I A , ' lr P :Nl , . N ,H A I 1 x V ' K y '4 1-Jilv Kneeling: lim Niesz, Doug Durham. Standing: Bill Trefts, Chuck Orser, john Gardner, Mike Ross, Dave Wenke, jim Trenton. Pacific Rim and Asian Studies Tour Group I 181 Las Vegas Night Las Vegas Night 782 ACTIVITIES Winterim Activities Keep I Y Students Bus I I .75 ff. It . 3 , , 'C I A . is iv ,1' .J ' ' K fs W . . . , I 'u ' ' - .,v , 4 , f I'-a I' .' .' I 4 a A "' -1--'xl X .4-A , tg. ,Cai Blue Kangaroo Winterim Skiing 1. 4 I 1. xf' ' I 1 'X -. Las Vegas Night Auction I Count Dracula "lg Game Night' M? ACTIVITIES 183 Homecoming, Barelyq , V - 15 'l81iQ4CTlVlTlES v 1114- 2-L, earded and Bow Tied ',-J - -. . 1 Ffa? 96 ACTIVITIES785 186 ACTIVITIES Organizations i , 1 1, 'nu Qi, l ' .' A- 757: ' T f K 13, 1' E511 , -. E 1 -. KUP Dave Hunter Toni Saeger - w l Leilani Bronson ACTIVITIES 787 STAFF Rita Boyland Lisa Boyle Leilani Bronson David Campbell Scott Cochrane Bill Cosgrove Michael Dodson Michael Esfeld Lance Frodsham Brooks Hull Dave Hunter Gordon johnson Paul King Scott Lanum Tom McCarter Trent Morrow David Petter Leanne Ratliff Robert Reppas john Rose Toni Saeger Stephen Walsh Steve Wehmhoff Randy Wells "Xl Stephen Walsh, Randy Wells Tom McCarter Angel Flight 4 .'- - .f-1: Vg: fi r: A 12, yiff? "iffy "L , Tiff ' fjbj U -fl, X xt ,L 1 . ., - ,nt " uv ll' ., , lm su, 4 1 Y If . !'- zg 1-,ii 1 ,. If MQ- - , 'S 4:5 if ' 1 i gi ft, I ,t Qt 4 i Q ., 1 S . -1 K.:,:g,f S Q f L-.Jas 21:35. lan Wilkins and Dawn Farm Dabnie Meeker and Georgette Anderson Front Row: Sharon Rouse, Louise Pierce, Debbie johnson, Dabnie Meeker, Lorie Driscoll. Second Row: Mary Schoenleber, Carol Yoshimoto, Carol Kurojawa, lan Wilkins, Dawn Farm, Carma Anderson, Heather Hill. Third Row: Capt. Roger Baarstad, Karen Barnes, joan Krugar, Georgette Anderson, Meredith Morrison, Chris Elser, Debbie johnson. Missing: Little Colonel lody Brooks. Arnold Air Society U fri, t qw ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY- a voluntary honorary within ROTC These men donate their time to such projects as Toys for Tots, campus ecology, blood drives and recruiting for ROTC in order to strengthen ROTC within the Air Force and within the community. Row One: Craig Allison, Mike Morrison, Charles Larrison, David Hanson, Steve Duffy, left' Lundeen, Clark Riccobouno, Doug Shippy, Paul Daeker. Row Two: james Breslin, Henry Mauer, Roosevelt Mercer, john Lester, Dave Muhleman, Gary Scott, Nancy McDaniel, Roy Tweedle. Row Three: Patrick Smith, Bob Loverin, Thomas Brown icommanderl, Gary Stankowski, john Whitt, Roscoe Croskey, Terry Elmore, Bill Anderson. Row Four: Gary Roberts, Steve Flexen Mike 'Redley, Marcum Thompson, Dave McCasland, Doug Hendricks, Harley Poole. Row Five: Dough Vogle, Kenneth Prince, Mark Min- inger, Chris Burritt, Alan Barber, Pat Davidson, Bruce Carney, Brad Stewart. Row Six: Mike Morse, john Mortensen istudent advisorj. Not Pictured: Wil- liam Roush, Thomas Shafer, Richard Moss, Stephen Armstrong, Wilhem Bolles, Christopher Rypkena, Keith Snyden Alan Alyea, Robert Elves, Doug Leh- man, Roger Rowe, Captain Prinoli, Advisor. Mortar Board: Women's Service Honorary 'l9OACTlVITlES Front Row: Carol Rutherford, Mary Walter, Lofs Segal, Beth Weis. Middle Row: Marilyn Rehfeld, Kathy Englund, Barb Wilson, Shannon Baker. Back Row: loyce Fisher, Kit Pomeroy, Peggy Millen Maggie Davis. Not Pictured: Marsha Kephart, Kathy Koening, joan Lakin, Mary Oberg, Mary Price. Spurs gl 'L L! ' Lg Q- .P as G. U 2 , 1 , V7 .f ,. lr t ,a ,.1 t ' 5 . 1 4 . - 1 it , , Z. i l '7 'tl Front: Kathy Mitchell, Diane Paxon. Second Row: Sue Kuffel, Lois Arms, Linda Schwarz, Leslie Brownell, Tina Feldman - junior Advison Larki Huntington - Historian, Wendy Rudine -Songleader. Third Row: Karen Taylor, Sandy Glabach - Editolg Candy Cartwright, Adele Yamamoto, Jeanie Baumgartell. Fourth Row: Gail Boyer, Ginny Tanquist, Mrs. McDonell - Senior Advisory Meg Wright, Shannon Hayes, jane Christensen, Diane Anderson, Ann Freeman, Laurie Frasier- Vice President, jane Smith, Marcia Mc Connell -Asst, Senior Advisor, loan Wessel, Luann Bice, Debbie Grubb - President, Sue Pierce - Treasurer. ACTIVITIES 797 Who's Who In American Colleges And Universities Sue McKee, Alan Smith Steve Mills, Tony Rappe, Randy Foster, Khaled Al Sudairi, Brooks Hull. Not Pictured: john Goldwood, Dennis Nelson, judy Ryan, Mark Sanders. Angel lscovitch, john Dawson, Marcia McConnell, john Barutt, Bob Finney, Doug Wyckofh Dave Olsgard. 792 ACTIVITIES 4" 1' , W J lf J' l- , . QL ,k4Tf"f"" These students are chosen on the basis of their partici- pation and leadership around the campus commu- nity, and on the basis of their outstanding scholastic record. The first objective of Who's Who is to give a dem- ocratic national basis for the recognition of outstanding campus leaders. Alethiea "Alethiea" is the Greek word for "truth," and apparently this newly formed organization attempts to struggle with the word. Alethiea is an Interdisciplinary Philosophical Group, which attempts to allow students and professors to engage in an even level of discussion. Alethiea uti- lizes the scholarly faction of students, and along with professors combines to allow panel discus- sions and other types of formats for subject interaction Some of the discussion topics have included: "Man's Social Responsibility," with Daoist, Marxist Existential, Hegelian, and ludeo-Hebraic points of views presented, "Ethics and Genetics, " with diometrically opposed positions concerning the scientists responsibility' "Philosophy of the Media, " which had a panel on the purpose and function of the Media, a House of Critics on "Phi- losophy of Education," which is an informal debate with a student tally to the question proposed. Also, some visiting lecturers have made presentations to the University Community. These are some of the events which have taken place, and hopefully will continue to allow scholarly interac- tion and promote a Qhilosoghical life in- the University. I acuity Advisor: Professor Bob unze ounder-Coordinator: Angel lsco- ich ' ssistant Coordinator: Tom Kennedy ACTIVITIES 793 Student Activities Committee i if 7151: f '-.M-if'1+.S il Q5 Left to Right: john Mitchell, john Burgess, Lyle Gelbach, lim Levine, Dana Nunnley, Kevin Russell. Left to Right: lan Wilkins, Paul King, Eileen Kilty, janet Dewonia, Terry McKeller, Clarissa Ferge Kathy Evans, Oscar Cornbolt, Linda Lewis, Sue Nicols, Ramona Schultz, Pat Riggs. 414 r. Not Pictured: Lynn Asups Officers Presidentg Randy Foster Activities MP4 Brooks Hull T IIIH HONDH Executive V.P.g Dough Wyckoff Business V P.,' Steve Mills .B .2 ?- -ff if -.3 'B'-B ,li Brooks Hull Doug Wyckofh Brooks Hull, Randy Fasten Steve Mills ACTIVITIES 795 Mike Purdy - President Spring Elections wi . li, , Mike Gault - Business Vice Pres. Dave Campbell- Executive Vice Pres. H 796 ACTIVITIES Left to Right: Six Month Senators, Kevin Kerstines, Barry Brush. One year Senators, Barb Hunter, Gary Cohn. Not Pictured: Pat Riggs, Becky Wight, Tom Kolano. Spurs aid voters Student Senate Left: Dave Lord, Mike Purdy, Bob Finney, Steve Mills, Barb Hunter, Brooks Hull, Below: jay Flynn, Tom Kennedy, Dave Campbell, Eric Spurrell lsix month senatorsj. Far Below: Dave Olsguard Dave Hume, Larry Olli, Anita Ducolon, Mike Goldfein, Al Smith, Dean English, Dr. Clavadacher, Lewis Dibble. wr'-1?' ei. 1 '50STON MAR. 5. 1770 L MIA .315 '34 . . ff 1 ' Q". ,. 4: I Ll, I QQ. "M " J Q iUIH!AY4l!IIfm Z-?F3' Pd!! mi ts I4 I nl if-'i r' . ..,-5.-"' ,r ,,, far x .49 Tamana was sq' A-st, 200 ACTIVITIES ex" wr! Bob Finney ........ Marcia McConnell . Lorah Dorn ........ Cheryl Billingsley . . Steve Mills ........ Susi Anderson ..... Sandy Coons ...... Annette Holmstrom Randy jones ....... jim Blair .......... Katie johnson ..... Marty Nakayama. . . Pat Riggs .......... Greg Frank ........ Marilyn Summey. . . Celeste Norris ..... STA FF Editor in Chief Assistant Editor Academics Editor Activities Editor Photography Editor Living Groups Co-Ed Living Groups Co-Ed Sports Co-Editor Sports Co-Editor Photographer Photographer Photographer Photographer Photographer Index Coordinator Typist l' -?:5 I ---- 1- ,um Fjj' 'j?i':': yfzsifggu W r:?'?'fY - 1. Row One Sandy Coons Cheryl Blllmgsley Sus: Anderson Stand In Row Two Bob Finney Annette Holmstrom Randy jones Katie johnson Lorah Dorn, Marty ACTIVITIES 207 ational Honor Fraternities Sfgma Alpha 'ofa Pi Kappa Delat Society of Physics Students Ml-'SiC S' Speech T6-'FSS-9 Clilef Tom Armstrong Robert Chris Burrett - Melody Coleman . john Barutt Bert Broven jane Coonjohn Cheri Cozort Ramona Fuller Pat Chandler Robin Chandler Gary Cohen L H. l. Clifford A. F. Danes Roland Herman Phyllis Kieh' Cathy Hemerick john T. Mortensen 5-3l'idY KHOWIHS Barb Hunter Martin Nelson Chr is M-ifken Danya johnson jeanine Rice Pam N855 Mark Lyons Dana Rush M3fllYn PHUlS0f7 Phyllis Okada Russell Scott Linda Purcell Dave Peterson Fred W. Slee Leslie PW P Louise Raucher james Smith M-ifilyft Rehfeld Rusty Robnett Robert Snell Teresa Roche Steve Rohrbach Richard Wilson Mary Schoenleber Gary 5l,-,nkowskl Becky White Phi Sigma Phi Chi Theta Biology Women's Business ,Gordon Alcorn, Ph.D. Robert Benedict, Ph.D. George Blanks, Ph.D. Michael Gardiner, Ph.D. Edward Herbert, Ph.D. Murray johnson, M. D. Ernest Karlstrom, Ph.D. Eric Lindgren, Ph.D. Margaret Davis Harold lulander Man-Fai Frances Lau Da vid Merrill Peggy Miller Randy Murch Kit Pomeroy Robert Riner Elizabeth Anderson Lindsey Ayers judy Bader Yvonne Bailey Carmen Bernhoft Barbara Brothers Kay Dressing janet Erickson Evelyn jones Lenny Krueger joan Kruger Tina Matchet Nancy McDaniel Sandra McKenna janis O'Brien Mary Ortmeyer Sandra Portz Scott Ager Sandra Skidmore Laurie Hallwyler David Ashbaugh Steve Sumioka Monique Harrison Alma 9793 john Barutt jeff Vance Brenda Hart CHYWYD Shears Rocky Beach Steve Warner Evelyn Henley 099806 5U!fOfP jody Brooks Denise Whitcher Ann Horton -5h9ll6'Y Wifkkala n Melinda lacolucci Alphi Kappa Psi Sigma Pi Sigma ' ' Business is l Physics Paul Abrahamson L jim Grasly S lack Newrah Steve Bader Robert Homier Ken Norton Wes Baun Walt Hyatt Bill Olin Barry Bellandi Clay jackson Mike Paris Ben Broven Terry Bertucci William jacobs Harry Pritchard l.l- Ia,-nes Cljffofd Martin Blue Brian Kelly l . Randell Rappe . ZA F. Danes Richard Burns Doug Lehman Silivan der Ploeg Marfin Nelson Ellias Carter Chuck Matson Chuck Smith Fred W, 5lee lan Campbell David Massel L jack Smith T Robert Snell Bruce Clouse Ron Marritt Mike Soults Chuck Cox Gary Miller Alfred Truitt William Erickson john Miller lon Verstraaten Bill Frey L Louis Mizell Steve Walsh l Richard Gillie Ron Murray john Watts i S Warren Zimmerman International Club International Club is designed to promote better knowledge of people with different cultural backgrounds. By learning more about the people of foreign lands, nations can develop better inter- relations and can learn more about themselves. A festival held in the Spring is the highlight of events for the club, as students from many different countries participate. Row One: Khaled Alsudairi, Presidentg Phillip Burdick, Publicityc lan Campbell, Director of International information Centex Kathy Hem- erick, Secretary. Row Two: Keiko Noguchi, Soohaeng Oh, Maria Ma, Eric Lee. Third Row: Piet Verdult, julie Vraves, Rose Casseday. ACTIVITIES 203 Black Student Union Promotes better inter-relations among people Left to Right: Willie Brown, Robert Martin, Eric Walker, Pat Chandler, jerry McLaughlin, Marilyn Sherron, Mary Ellen lones, Georgia Rog- ers, Yvonne Hobbs, james McGhee, Anthony Brown, 204 ACTIVITIES , I- Malvin While Barnard Holland Nijenrode Society Dutch Students Bring Holland to U.P.S. 7. Bart Stall 2. Daan Vermeer 3. john Verstraaren 4. Alex Cohen 5. Bob Kok 6. Adri Kok 7. Andre Lassing 8. john Bott 9. Maarren VD. Berom 70. jan Van Veelen 71. johan Miedema 72. lan Campbell 73. Roy SchoLvinck 74. Alec d'OuLtremont 5 1 75. Piet Verdult A CTI Vl TIES 205 lsshinr u Karate Club I Herman Lopez and Don Wasielewski Steve Armstrong and Randy Murch Kneeling: Steve Armstrong lDirector of the Isshinryu Karate School Systeml, Herman Lopez IChief Instructorj. Front Row: Huson Soon, jim Kelley, Liane Leong, Colleen Hee, Gail McKanna. Back Row: Randy Murch, Don Wasielewski, Kurt Grimmer. Not Pictured: Asst. Instructor Rudy Adames, Parr: Cla Clifh Laura Servid, Ron Riley. 206 ACTIVITIES Panhellenic l "I like you because I don't know why, But everything that happens is nicer with you l can't remember when ldidn"t like you. . . I must have been lonely then. " 3 Ls Q 'CIP 0 'W 16 pg 517 Q D45Ygi?6:liuf9 5019, 1-5WJ"v 42' Vglg A OH! 'Y-I Q? K If-'7 . V5 l Front Row: lanine Petersen, lanet Popp, Laurie Larson, Sue Dressler, Mimi Remis. Back Row: Becky Mount, Sandi Coson, Lynne Ungen Lori Bonvi crm. First Row: Ruth Elia, Lokelani Kini, Sheila Lee, Naomi Yamaki, Second Row: Clinton Abe, Duane Lee, Debbie Lee, Eddie johnson Colleen Elo, Mike Bambico. Standing: Kevin Nip. Hui-O-Ha waii First Row: Stephanie Yanagita, Roseann Lee, Rita Kobagashi, Leilani Bronson, Wynne Nakamoto. Second Row: Dave Wilson, Georgia Caroll, Kathleen Yamasaki, Patty Clift, Adrienne Muroda, Linda Holland. Third Row: Doug Smith, Robert Brede, Danny Elia. First Row: Lloyd Matsunami, Cora Yuen, Leanne Williams, Elva Matsuura, Dawn Farm, Karen Dubota, Penny Henderson. Second Row: Lowell Kam, Urban Arakawa, Cathy Brede, Stan Duncan, Lauren Tavares, Kimberly Lee Soon, Paco Wong, Gordan Farm. Standing: Bruce Fukumitsu, Norman Berg, Bert Warashima, Ken Ho, Roy Tsukiyama, Wendell Kam, Tracy Niau, Nancy Brede, Rodney Uoroku, Georgette Anderson. Missing: Sue Pierce, Crysta Kanna. Sailing Club Q Q o ' - N I I D 1 , Row One: james Mitchell, Pat LeBlanc, Tina Matchette, Sonja Peterson, Eileen Kilty. Row Two: julie Yeageq lane McFarland, -Debbie Jensen, leaine Rice, Becky White, john Long, Dr. Clavetaecher. Row Three: Kay Mead Randy Nulle, john Schultz, Dan Thompson, Popeye the sailor Steinmann, Roland Herman, Wily O'neil. 270l4CTlVlTlE5 Inter Fraternity Council Front Row: Steve Gray, 1st Vice President, Dave Hume, President, Steve Rohrbach, Treas. Back Row: Bill Whitney, Rush Chairman, john Barutt, 2nd Vice Presi- dent, lim Chalfant, Secretary. President Dave Hume INTER- IL. inter, between, among, seen also in Sans. antar, within, AS. under, G. unter, amongj, a combing word mean ing: 7. between, among, as in interborough. 2. with or on each other Ior one anotherj, together, mutualjreciprocal, mutually, reciprocally, as in interact. FRA TERNI TY- n. IME. fratenite, OFr. fraternite, L. fraternitas, fraternusl, 1. the state or quality of being a brother or broth- ers, fraternal relationship or spirit, brotherliness. 2. a group of people with the same beliefs, interests, work, etc. COUNCIL- n. IME counceil, conceil, concile, OFr. cuncile, concile, L. concilium, group of people, akin to G. kaleen, to summon, callj 7. a group of people called together for con- sultation, discussion, advice, etc. 2. a group of people cho- sen as an administrative, advisor, or legislative assembly. ACTIVITIES 209 Model United Nations First Row: Debbie Scholstad, Shannon Baker, Doug Wycofll Cathy Hemerick, Alex D'oultremont. Second Row: Randolph Foster, Randy Bera, "Sarge" john Schultz, Tsen Yung Chen, Craig McClahahan, Dave Campbell, Roger Canfield. l Randolph Foster and Debbie Schulstad ACTIVITIES PAGE277 Memories . . . Lightthe Corners of my Mind, Misty, Water-colored Memories of the Way We Were 'swfii 272 ACTIVITIES kywyt fy... 214 ACTIVITIES There's Me, and Then There's ME. Bet 'ya Didn't Know I Had it in Me 'SN ACTIVITIES 215 216 ACTIVITIES Spring r. 1 ' f " 7 ' 'W' " ' " ff' - -Y. I. T3 1 s . 4:,,s N l H :Ev 1 ,M .1 W ,' If 1. ' ' +4 V' , ?9 - .X Q Q I .. , . X W W Q A I W Y Y , W I W 5. 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