University of Redlands - La Letra Yearbook (Redlands, CA)

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Armacost zqngfa-are ,.Qfg',3,I7 w 1.,, ,,,.L.- . wg, 'A .. r-G." 4- , 7 ji I YT, , . V f' E.""' J' liff' fl,. W mr 3. f 2 '11, in 1 'gh ' ' X 1:53, : Ayqlwf ,, My It sa , fgx. I F E 3 A 3 L -1-Q:-W --331 1 ' Kf'1fff zz" 'J ' ff, 1.- 31, ..,,5.:,.,.w,.:.:, 1 Av 4. . mf f Ju, . W gr- 1.1-Q-1? ig -- fgffe -rf!-V 9- 'ig si ww ig rw. .,::,g .,, , My -' M'-4' M457 W 4-F if-if" n .--,Q ww ra J M4 .rfg-532 -1 ws?-is' 'K . 'N' 'Q 'f'-f4 iyiffsgegi - "see: 3? ,:v -:ga-I gg ,Q " , - if, ' I-nf 14-1. ' DR. MARC JACK SMITH Dr. Marc jack Smith, overseer of professors, doctors, and instructors, rescues bewildered frosh on initial regis- tration day, skeptically listens to pleas for overload aca- demic schedules . . . Spearheading the Redlands in Europe program, Dr. Gilbert Brown, presidential assistant, accom- panied Continent-bound students on their initial voyageg acts as mediator for the campus and community . . . Dr. V235 f i in ' 'ti kv sg 5. .5 L' , r MRS. ESTHER MERTINS i t ' Tilt- - as ' J" l i' i E li" V-- l ,af , .i lrilif gi .1 I . r 'el El M ' -Q 1 X Administrators DR, GILBERT BROWN Lawrence Nelson, dean of graduate studies, counsels and cordinates graduates and their schedules, and is biographer of the university . . . Mrs. Esther Mertins, registrar, checks correctness and completion of graduate requirements . . . Dr. Francis Thompson, vice president for development, investigates possibilities of expansion for University and raises funds so that the physical plant can be developed. l i' g C? qx1,.., ,f , , , . it f 17 1?l- J H-1-f 'r DR, LAWRENCE NELSON DR. FRANCIS THOMPSON 1959-60 1 535111 C CHARLES O. PIERPOINT REV. MERRILL JENSEN Charles O. Pierpoint, business manager, controls University's purse strings, is business investor, and supervises main- tenance and food service . . . Merrill Jensen, Presidential assistant in charge of church relations, handles all church relations for Southern California. Rev. Jensen is a graduate of Redlands . . . Miss Vera Haberer, dean of women, presents study in sartorical blues, braves Ad Hill in pint-size Volkswagen, and advises Associated Women Students . . . Joe Myers, dean of men, is coordinator of numerous men's organizations and committee member on the scholarship, admissions, and administrative councils . . . Dean of students Robert Goodridge cements relations between administration and the student body and is adviser to the student council and executive secretary of the Scholarship Committee. Jos MEYERS 's 'T' I L MISS VERA HABERER ROBERT GOODRIDGE 'rv'-V35 "Straight" man for University's books, Herbert Moore, chief accountant, works closely with the treas- urer. The one time UR student has also worked at the University of California. On his left, Larry Hendon, treasurer, controls University'-s purse strings. The treasurer keeps tabs on students' financial accounts and acts as plant's purchasing agent. Jack Cummings, director of alumni, is the charge d'affaires of graduate and teacher placement activities. He serves on the President's Advisory committee, the Administrative Council, and the executive committee. MESH:-r J. Q ll -'eff john Robertson, Larra Henderson, and Wayne Bohrnstedt take minute look at sheet music for one of the numerous musical Dr. Wayne Bohrnstedt, Conductor of Redlands' Symphony Orchestra, turns varied talents to composing and non-musical tennis and Rotary . . . Veteran University Trio member John Golz, assistant professor of the violin, instructs University students and private "citizens" . . . Redlands' first lady of the opera, Mrs. Larra Henderson, associate professor of voice, scored musical success with workshop's "Tales of Hoffmanng was soloist in Germany . . . Mercedes-Benz owner and enthusi- ast, Herbert Horn, associate professor of music, participates in Redlands University-Community Symphony Orchestra and leads musically minded through ups and downs of musical scores . . . Former beachcomber john Robertson, assistant pro- fessor of piano, wistfully recalls Laguna Beach days, but exchanged them for Mill Creek residence where quiet affords opportunity for favorite time-passer-piano playing . . . Wield- er of hammers and saws, "Prof" Ruff, associate professor of voice, proves carpentry artisanship 'by duplex and swimming pool construction - . . Associate professor of music education, Edward Tritt, a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, is known throughout state as guest conductor for California orchestras. Musicians Present Musica es ,NX R 14-J' Rai Music man Dr. Leslie Spelman, "conductor" of School of Music, performed on European tour as concert organist, was invited to University of London on the basis of Redlands' work. 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'n -nn.- 0-1 W , g W H ...S ". 4-,. 4 ' i'f2rf 2 1 'flfiiffilili' , if 3 .H ,Q 5- , k 1 .- : J -- Q- :-f's'.--7:- "' i'-QFWQQ-ewimg, V,-.?Q fmt whip- .., .,,-'T f . e L, Mix., ,Hi 12 Mrs. Bess Porter Adams and Fred Bromberger pour for their colleagues while Dr. William Stryker provides uenlightenmentn. Dr, William Main, Don Austin, Dr. Stanley Freiberg, and Dr. Ralph Hone register various degrees of anticipation at candle light- er's antics. ,i Typify Englisliites World traveler, authoress, and mother of two Redlands grads, Mrs. Bess Porter Adams, U of R's authority on children's lit, stresses "writing for fun" and imagination, is respon- sible for the indoctrination of potential poets . . . Redlands lirst year man, Don Austin delves into past of historical luminaries, leads Civ students through the intricacies of leading plays, and intersperses personal interpolations through lectures . . . Hall of Letters habitue Fred S. Bromberger possesses working and playing knowledge of the viol, has vast stamp collection, and uniquely names children for cities . . . Thesaurus of journalism jargon Dr. Stanley Freiberg repeatedly explains interwork- ings of fourth estate to junior journalists, 'beats proverbial well-worn path between offices of yearbook and paper . . . Dr. Ralph Hone, co- ordinator of English, plays to packed house while teaching World Lit classes and repre- sents University at numerous English confer- encesg writes books in "spare" time . . . Mrs. Rebecca jelliffe received highest accolade pos- sible when described by grateful students as "reasonable", sojourned toijapan and Phil- lipines and attended Oberlin on Fulbright grant . . . Sartorially correct fashion-plated prof Dr. William Main sports new "dirty" greens, muted brownsg guides World Lit people thrc-ugh subtleties and ironies found in descending circles of Dante's "Inferno" . . . Proving versatility, Dr. William Stryker doubles as Myth untangler, English and Lit prof, and writer, also seems to be the' only University prof able to operate reading machine . . . Dr. Ward Miller whose 'butch adds collegiate touch to otherwise "dignified" hair, returned from semester's leave of absence in time to spear- head Forest Lawn contest and be Redlands representative to numerous conventions . . . Have car, will travel-Mrs. Corrine Flemings, part time prof on a full time basis, makes rounds between Redlands and Norton Air Base where she teaches classes. IST'-,N 2' Q N A- .Sn N-"K, Mrs. Corrine Flemings, part time Englishrte proves her dedication to job while commuting between Riverside, Redlands and Norton Air Force Base. Mrs. Rebecca jelliffe and Dr. Ward Miller prepare to embark on imaginary sojourn . . . were talking about necessity of "being green" for St. Patrick's Day when shot by photo- grapher. '-cg? Sportslilie Sometimes Stays Indoors Talking confidently about the out- come of the Whittier game, members of the PE Department are: First row: Mrs. Billie Standbridge, Paul Taylor, Mrs. Betti Sherman, and Lee Fulmer. Last row: Dr. Nadine Cragg and james Ver dieck. Ellis Davies, seated. Hill-dweller Dr. Nadine Cragg, head of Girls' PE Department and former U of R art- pedagogue, counsels advisability of tennis shoes on golf course, fuzzy balls on tennis courtsg admonishes Coeds on evils of frequent cutting . . . Soft-spoken, outdoor man Lee Ful-mer, League champions' mentor, coaches, cajoles, and carries casaba tossers through court techniquesg was on basketball team while attending school here . . . Mrs. Billie fMotej Stand- bridge dances in proverbial glass house Qgym's mir- rored dancing roomjg submits creative dancers to rigors of ballet training . . . Refugee from the high school faculty, Mrs. Betti Sherman "graduated" to the U of R with class of '58g now pleads innocence when queried about mysterious holes dug by over- zealous golfers . . . Football fancier Paul Taylor was member of USC gridiron team and coached Pigskin- ners at Pacific and San Bernardino High Schoolg now heads baseball team. Popularizer of Physical Education theories, Ellis Davies, U of R alumnus, garners myriad honors for the University through work with conference champs and his membership on .SCIAC Conference Board of Directors. At right, Mr. Davies is shown explaining human bone structure to students during ia laboratory session. 3-ngiml: Apropo name marks track coach Ted Runner who, in addition to guiding cinder men, main- tains high-ranking track. The La Verne trans- feree was a member of Little All-American team while at Redlands . . . Net man james Ver- dieck was Stanford athlete, Occidental coach, and builder of own homeg coaches team which annually uses 351,000 worth of tennis balls. The coaches, at left, are flipping through yearbook looking for prospective athletes. ,NMS .AY 1 1-1 .-1.6 'Ni Y..4 il . ,ga Linguists exit from Hall of Letters. Left to right: Dr. William Umbach, Miss Gertrude Jaron, Howard Hurlbut, Dr. Mary Coulter, Alfredo Brigola, and Dr. Pauline Deuel. linguists Teach tuolents Languageis intricacies Alfredo Brigola, masterer of Chinese, English and Spanish, relates tales of World War II prison camp-teaches Adult Education classes. Polylinguist Dr. Mary Coulter, schooled in France, Canada, Geneva, and an Ivy League college, does articles for French magazine in addition to teaching . . . De- votee of higher education, Dr. Pauline Deuel has attended schools in Spain, Mexico, and South America, instructs fast- paced Spanish classes . . . Conqueror of the complexities of French, German, and English, Miss Gertrude Jaron, voted the outstanding teacher at University of Frankfurt, was libraria for American Information Service in Frankfurt . . . Howar Hurlbut, Russian instructor whose knowledge of the languag rivals that of the natives, guides classes through alphabet "re- learning" and all-important pronunciation . . . Dr. William Umbach, tutor of German techniques and director of lang- uages, is Associate Etymological editor of Websters New World Dictionary. The lexicographer is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa. Discussing the various aspects of their fields are the psychology and sociology instructors Left to right: Dr. William Klausner, Dr. Charles Hobart, Dr. Frank Gregory, and Dr. joseph Royce. People 'Interested in' Peop e Posing for the La Letra camera are the University's religion. in- structors. Left to right: Dr. Gordon Hynes, Dr. Douglas Eadie, and Clarence Downing. Chicagoan Dr. Douglas Eadie, "head" of Re- ligion department, revised a Buddhist script, was visiting prof in Burma, hosts Religion classes on stair-stacked, leg-wearying third floor . . . Clarence Downing, University minis- ter, supervises Religious Emphasis Week, Con- vocation Committee, and classes in Religion, formality of "Professor Downing" usually changes to "Uppi" within first weeks at school . . . Dr. Gordon Hynes entrusted own twins and daughters to U of R, recited original poetry for student body in convocation, cari- atures faculty mem'bers when given incentive and a pencil . . . Dr. Wilbur Gregory, former kindergarten "prof," utilizes psychological know-how on pet parakeetsg recommends hill- top home for harrassed psychologists in order to "get away from it all" . . . Dr. Joseph Royce, one time researcher in psychology for the Air Force, takes flight from "psyche" experiments when joining family in skiing treks . . . Organ collector Dr. Charles Hobart, sociology expert, boasts impressive ancestorial background-father is involved with Redlands- in-Hong Kong and grandpapa is director of Berkeley Baptist Divinity School . . . Dr. Will- iam Klausner's past positions as marriage counselor and member of war time medical corps were preambles for work as sociologist, golfing, Neighborhood Service now expend "leisure" time. f-'T nf - 'la 2 '1 r- L' Dr. David Poston, director of humanities, points to conversational spot on map during one of his lectures to Civilization students. Civil War specialist, Dr. Davis Applewhite, who possesses a "slight" Southern accent and flaunts a "few" historical biases, carries on personal feud with John C. Fremont during humor-spiced lectures . . . "Moccasined" Doctor, Gilbert Becker lists hobbies ad inlinitum, coaches soccer team, and illustrates art of artifacts' digging to pros- pective "diggers." Although a noted raconteur, few know of his experiences as recreation director in war time prison camp . . . Cur- rently taking leave of absence, Redlands' Beau Brummel Dr. Henry Dittmar, recipient of two Ph.D's, presents accent-tinged Civ lectures supplemented with slides and swagger stick . . . Another absentee Miss Louise Jennings took time off to work on doctorate degree, be- came history and business prof after being president's secretary and director of admissions . . . Master of nuances Dr. David Poston, chair- man of Humanities Department, lulls weary s-tudents to sleep with monotones then shatters peaceful slumbers with attention-getting shouts, urges test-takers to "be specific" and think 'before writing . . . Wearer of consistently impeccable and consistently conservative suits, staunch Democrat Dr. john Groom, government pedagogue and Civ lecturer, receives all comers in political "conversations" . . . U of R graduate jeDon Emenhiser, overseer of government classes and North Hall denizens, was a participant in the Washington Semester Plan while studying here . . . Dr. Frank Greenway, financial wizard of local circles, instructs classes at banking institutions, publishes articles on banking problems, and is authority on federal reserve system. . . . Redlands' amiable economist Dr. George Cady keeps tab on pulse of school with his open door policy, typiiies interested professor and frequently produces paper clips, index cards, and advice for harried students . . . Native of St. Louis Harold Kirchner, accounting gradu- ate turned economics instructor, traded business world for educational swim and corrects papers instead of ledgers. Dr. George Cady, Dr. Frank Greenway, and Harold Kirchner, Redlands' three economists, combine business talents when teach- ing economy of U.S. Tl-iese 'Know' America X. History people from top to bottom are: Dr. Gilbert Becker, Dr. Davis Applewhite, and Dr. John Groom. - ,H -f- -ff .Luffy-if Pliilosop ier ancl Artists Vernon Dornbach, who exhibits work in Los Angeles Art Mu- seum, received Fulbright grant to study art in New Zealanclg cli- vides time among adult education classes, painting, and art shows . . . Demonstrator of ceramic techniques, Leon Moburg sculp- tured way through Smithsonian Institute during summer and preaches importance of eliminating air bubbles from artistic chef d'ouvres . . . Artiste Margaret Clark instructs future artists and teachers, whets creative appetites, and works at counselingg re- plete with slides and knowledge, she presents "artful" lectures to Civ students. UPN it I rglifkiiy z'3-twig fa-.Wftsa.3iiai get -'I 1-.uftv --a ,fee fstgsnagt- - stitg f iii ir f .,1k1El'il.::gi ehttjli ,iw f. we iifvlftfiii' 1 t1igz1tiS5t'ilSt.at 'ff timlailai 5.-1? A . Qlyr V, 1 U ld' -l'7:Q-'fl l' ' li' 2s.3l'l- Q 4'-111 L Devotee of educational philosophy and con- tact man for entertainment celebrities, Dr. Fredrick Mayer, campus Bertrand Russell, fin- ishes hooks with assembly line rapidity. Artisans admiring string work of unknown student are: Leon Moburg, instructorg Vernon Dornbach, instructor: and Margaret Clark, assistant professor of nrt. , --V 5 -iv..-Li - ggi ' 'f I-.5 ., ..,, ,gig- ,rj 3 xt? alla 'yay ' H! Nonchalantly posing for picture by Dr. Hollenberg, science and math profs are Dr Floyd Williams, Dr. Jerome Johnson, Judson Sanderson. In back row Dr Samuel Maxfield and Dr. Edgar Nilson. Mathematicans, Scientists George Carson, former Illinois and Stanford at- tender, proves that teachers can be business minded- past positions include production foreman, dean and registrar, and principal . . . Performing Alaskan geo- logical services for the government, Dr. Stephen Dana, an avid golfer, clutters front lawn with golf balls, guides rock and hammer hounds in Geology classes is Dr. Applewhite's brother-in-law . . . Dr. Paul Glea- son, Redlands' Physics Head, attended Colgate and Harvard Universitiesg witnessed anti-foreign riots in Burma . . . Recipient of the unique honor of having algae named after him-Dr. George Hollenberg, bio- logist, tells of algae hunting experiencesg was member of special expedition studying the affects of atomic radiation on algae . . . Unearther of ancient relics, Dr. Charles Howell, Redlands' most enthused arche- ologist, digs up dusty objects d'artg dons hiking boots and ropes for mountain climbs . . . One of the select few allowed to venture in guarded inner sanctums of Los Alamos' Atomic Installations, Dr. Jerome John- son channels future bridge builders through engineer- ing problems . . . Advocator of harnessing undergradu- ate potentials, Dr. Robert Maybury, recipient of Danforth grant, spurs students to deeper research, is member of Hearts' board, and is supporter of Science Foundation . . . Connoiseur of fine water, Dr. Edgar Nilson makes palatable distilled water in Chem lab and transports it to Duke Hallg the Davis grad is a member of Heart Association. 1 Demonstrating to each other their knowledge of projector are George Carson and Robert Tosh. Dr. Fred Warburton and Dr. Paul Gleason solve problem of eye contact by lecturing separately to different sections of the room. X it 5' .Q 4 ll ' V'M.'in, J if ' F1 'a-HRX-' tal 1 ' 1 Dr. Richard Welsh, researcher at Redlands Professor of biology and zoology, Dr. Dr. Robert Maybury, assistant professor of since 1957, reads through reports on latest George Hollenberg admits that plants and chemistry, includes numerous lecture trips scientific findings. algae are his first love. to local schools in his schedule. i 4:-'ir' f T-+1 ologist Dr. Stephen Dana brings well Returning from year's leave of absence, Dr. leown lecturers to campus for the benefiit John Goodman, associate professor of bio- those interested in Geology. logy, tells of African expedition. lr. Harold Woodrow lectures importance Dr. Reinhold Krantz, chemist, returns this physics and chemistry in prep schools. year from leave of absence. Researc pecialisizs Dr. Judson Sanderson, associate professor of mathematics, combines mathematical equa- tions fin classes, with gardening and traveling fat homej with his interest in high fidelity music . . . Dr. Fred Warburton, physics prof, takes busman's holiday during summers while doing research for naval ordnance labs . . . Dr. Richard Welsh, associate researcher in chemistry, received schooling from Harvard and Ph.D. from Stanfordg admits being bitten by photography and high fidelity bugs . . . Dr. Floyd Williams, geologist, was one of the four delegates to the Danforth Conference in Col- orado Springsg is usher and Sunday School instructor at Baptist Church . . . Professor of Chemistry Dr. Harold Woodrow specializes in organic chemistry and recognizing potential science and medical students . . . Dr. Reinhold Krantz, associate professor of chemistry, re- turns from year's leave of absence, has been a control chemist, research chemist, and instruct- or at Michigan State College . . . Another returnee Dr. john Goodman comes back from year in Africag specializes in reptiles and am- phibians, and has taken numerous trips to Mexico and Baja California. 21 fqgim Clerical staff of library include: Gretchen Poulson, Josephine Campbell, H1111 Lang, Alice Nelson. and Bernice Stone. Biblioplliles Meet Library Needs Home away from home, the library boasts possession of over 100,000 volumes. The bib- lio-warehouse moved to its corner in 1926, and was remodeled in 1957, but already needs more space for its rapidly-increasing supply of books. Library's professional staff members from left to right are: Frances Crenshaw fkneelingj, Alice Beaver, Lawrence Marshburn, and Mary Clark. 22 Originator of library pictures, Miss Esther Hile, head librarian, is still reorganizing library from recent revamping and remodel- ingg bemoans lack of storage, oflice, and reading space. 1 ee .f af f Lk peec an Drama Dr. Eugene Moulton, coach of debating team, prepares for one of debating meets. Collaborating with Dr. Umbach on forthcoming debate tex-t, Dr. Eugene Moulton utilizes theories of group techniques when dealing with golf four- some or award-winning orators . . . Inundated with "fan" mail, Dr. William Parker, well known speech therapist, received 25,000 letters as a result of his book, "Prayer Can Change Your Life"g is president of new Arrowhead Spa Hotel Center . . . U of R grads Albert and Bertha johnson received plaudits for direction of La Jolla Playhouseg are past masters of anything theatrical, former Cornell and Iowa State teachers . . . Mrs. johnson inter- sperses speech work with the theater while husband pulls backstage strings ,ui on successful Little Theater productions . . . Original autograph hound Dr. joseph Baccus boasts of monumental card file, collects uniquely bound books, and participates in speech activities throughout state and nation. Speech clinic habitue Dr. William Parker embarks on journey. u u Well known campus team, the Johnsons confer on Writer's Week Drama Day. Dr. Joseph Baccus pauses for a pause. i "Trailerateer" Dr. Robert West, di- rector of the School of Education, spends summer on wheels. The Oregon native earned his doctorate from Stanford and is faculty member for teacher education. Vera Kimball, assistant professor of education, provides educational material for area teachersg is regular feature of Redlands' summer school. chool of Education taff Si--. 'infli- Dr. Stanley Combs, associate professor of education, takes vacation from supervising cadets in secondary school, trades trips to local high schools for world cruise . . . Supervisor of high school cadets Dr. Robert Eaton counsels high school students and student teachers: is in constant contact with area high schools coordinating UR's program. Frank Bishop, professor of educa- tion, is former superintendent of schools at Corona, a potential stamp stealer when supplementing growing stamp collection. Part - Time Profs 0,2-' DR. SAMUEL MAYFIELD, GEOLOGY DR. KENNETH BAILEY, EDUCATION ,, Fatwa' ' 1-gi ' A ROBERT SCI-IOLTON, PHYSICAL ED. LOUIS FOX, ART 151 ua., , ,, . ' W '-1557 ' wi - A 1: H KJ qi., WALLACE STOEBE, EDUCATION MARTHA PECK, HOME ECON. Home Economics and Education r-'evfff'-'f' '- X A fa 'rx J DR. ELSIE GIBBAS, EDUCATION THELMA BEARDSLEY, EDUCATION 26 peech an Education LOIS KNOX, EDUCATION .sf 1,4 13 - m f f - ' .AV W Q DR. PAUL SAXON, SPEECH ww af: 4" 4 . .J L -4 . Sw "f VV I 1 ffm' - -:A ' - wuz: 734 Q E Y Y, MAQW 2 's Ti! gl? Q INGA McDA NIEL, EDUCATION 27 H ,HF Given the task of keeping the grounds and buildings in top notch condition, members of the M , maintenance crew fire: first row: Reggie Hewitt, Elmer Springston, Bill Thomas, Bill Powers, Ray Wfriglit. Robert Mnrtinezi lfrnnk Holecek. and Howard Hanson: second row: Ralph Moreno, Doug Stewart. Al Allison. Ralph Wfoolwny, Howiird Brotherton, XV. J. M:lcRunnell, H. D. Evans, and Ben Ingrnlmm: third row: Rex Vincent and Elmer Rennie. 'Nici' ,ai Wi The infirmary's nurses are: Marguerite Hayboer, Mary MacDonald, and n Verna Peeler. One of the three is on duty 24 hours Cl day, and the uni- In versity employs Dr. Myron Talbert, a local physician. gb ob E ffl First row: Dianne Brock, Eleanor Merrill, Sandy Nelson, Judy Niquette, Peggy Brame. Second row: Caroldean Nicoll, Beth Lynn, Lois McKenzie, Helen Jen- nings, jerry Finley. Third row: Marjorie Lockwood, Dorothy Stanley, Ona jus- tice, Ruth Haverty, Ella Roberti. Fourth row: Verdn Hall, Mary Webster, Pris- cilla Kennedy, Marilyn Jensen, Linda Bethke. Fifth row: Theta McAndrew, Magdalene Timmerman, Florence Bell, Nadine Williams. Sixth row: Elizabeth Detmold, Margaret Battjes, Ruth Moore, Alice Nelson. , Hifi: I or 4' l f-Ae l , at fr I,-f Xcf -iv. .. , l 'QWQX T? Administrative ta e Pa ,4 l I-I f-1, W 3 Iw.avg-141-, QQ! Fi .M 1 HA? -. 013 'A ' 2 Q fl: 5 . m "'Ti,.uz,-'J Q as-5 fa ix' K , I B in T ' , , .M .g r J J. - 345.5 .'1'. , N' ' . "ji VTE, ,H 1 ' Q mis I . . . . f , - 1- 1 H4 V 4. , g P4 'TUG' gm' 4, - s, ,, - ,- 1 V. ' 1, -,M -Mriyx ,- ' ' , f ' - 'u, .1 .. - , -JI: Q1 1, ' 1.1 -J"f"3f'.1,,: , 1' . . . ., -, . E, I . . , V .A , .K :V . ' as ' .' - , 'if . , 4' 1 27 .ag , , -f: -- -2 V, . .- -.iw my, r ,. 1 'S"f:-' 'J' "QQ ' . H' 11jk':::Q -,, 'X' 1' 1 u ' A P, :- g . 15 mf al ' 44 , , t i -544,g1Q.N.i'A .4 1 . ":" 2, .- - N 4415 J. 'I 1 , . .N - .-"! .' "' Q.: TL ,, .WN A V . V , A .-:ua ,Z fi-Y-E' ,. 'gfqf ' 1 , Vg., .' i 'TV' ' T V 1 r Q Xfgl' 'lf Q . . M M V lr,.- X , A K' 31 A , - 1- V,-" ' .xv--, A -. I. . . . N " 5 .,x ig., ' I . . 6 4. if L ' fi , ' N jimi fv. 1 .. - . J" 2 . 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' j..:. . ,.i.,,i.,n ' 4- 7 .ha " Y b , ,Q -,MJ , :Whi--.. 'Sin 1 21' '. H S l ,W fth Alice Acres-Physical Education Valerie Adler-Spanish V 1 EA 'll- T' Edgar Bailey-Biology YU'-'r Marian Baker-English Raymond Barker-Economics w 1511 Q.. . 1 V . if- ..-13,4-fl' f.. Y -? 115311-sniff .1-3 ' 'ffifffq I l . i M , lx . w --fx' janet Anderson-Education Anthony Avina-History '11 ,mm , - V i IH J ' i 'l,lJ',l r -4,61 fir -45' Virginia Bames-English Darrell Basore-Geology ' I' Barbara Backus-Psychology Jeanette Zeiger Bedaux-Education Carol Beebe-Psychology Sonja Berkley-Economics mia, "' ' '- ,fum-Q ,R ..r,,, , if -- 1 Q ls: . if .Sm l x .B Don Haskell' -Senior Class President . lun! I" "X 'fi ff' i 1 " X Qi --4? .EN .H is Carole Eleanor Crnfts-Sociology , 1 ri A s l , we ii., 1 Af ' i . Roger Allen Dermodyglvlath.. Psych., Phys. Ed. , -4 If . rr. df. 1 'mf' Mary Edith Cline-Education Curtis Wayne Cook-Economics 1- -153' Betty L. Coon--Speech TTL - fu Q i. E i mil-M " I A 3 . , l i l 1-K ' -w we A Q. 'NI V "gf-1,3 -gif' fl ef y - janet Dorrans Cummings-Music Ed. Vonee Arlene Dale--Economics Donald R. Dansby-Economics E 13, V. 1 psi I I 1' X ' an 1 W Q . -1' Z., Ronald A. DeVos-Economics Lois Jeanette Dodge-Hist., Educ., Cherry Elizabeth Doese-Sociology Hum. Rel. l v ' lg: WN Sue Ann Best-Physical Educ. Marilyn Yolanda Blozan4Economics Deanna Elizabeth Bocn-English Kenneth Waiyiie Bohn-Speech , 41 - . 'i "W -- 77 ? 'ii 3 ' 5. A m - - ing.. 'Ziff 73' .E i - ' .,.- l y 5 J, A .9.....- mi X .,Ql 121 X .4 '5,.-1' if 1 qi , k ' Guy L. Burge. Ir.YGeology Timothy Burroughs-Physical Educ. Jenn Elizabeth Calvert-History W ' 41 'lin . - at E 'A , . 'W' rf Jean Annette Camfield--Education Nancy jane Campbell-Art Kathleen Robin Carson-Physical Ed. URW J1lCk Ciisellil-Physical Educ. W. use Patricia Ann Cavanaugh-English janet Angela Ciocca-Education jean Almina Ciocca-Education Margaret Ann Clark-Physical Educ. 1 l i I I r GP5, ef ,inf - - RE., i Lois juzuine Dunbar' -Psychology Frances Mary Edwards-Education Richard Robert Eiles-Psychology Ruth Ann Ellis-Psychology it Gay' IVA N 1 K ir.: in ,. I ,Ili n l fi 4 'I 1 .ll N N I , h I Q fx l :ff ' 'ni-avr NTS r V7Qg ' 'Iii . 1 wr" X, P r 5' 9-' Nb- ' .i',:,.,, I Emerson D. Elrod4Economics Henrietta Kay Elwell-Sociology ff Q if Ruth Elaine Evzms--Education Lou Ann Fleshmun-Economics ' '- V 4- Fi v CQ' 'Ci' Betty jane Fogt-Education Mary Belle Foster-Education Robert Wendell Erikson-Speech Miriam Grace Eshelman-Education an Ii i Q l ' ' + " I' ellA l 2 i li V'-E 1 l l 3 Y U l l l ll ll l r + l M M l l li , ' . . i N 93 ,, l' 3 l T l f i T ' ' i ' l i '1 isa i I ll .91-.. V cv 1 l I ' Nrl. IFN' iN V' -r .., . . ef, cf i N f , . Y 1,51 A H . ii 1 f , - 5? --f.. .. 1 ,- Assisting in planning the activities for the Senior Class were Paul Kirk, Vice- Presidentg Mae Gale, Secremryg Ken Hall, Treasurerg Bob Erikson, Represent' ative. J, Willizrm Fmnklin Fox-History 09 Eunice Mae Gale-Education 311 .. rye'- fqi Catherine jane French-Speech C:-f 'TQ' jill Gast-Education I 5-f -. ..- Ef X , on Lys? 1 aid fl in 'L '. MEF' . 2 ' s ll' W l Q I' Y VI., llil r le gl anet Elleaheth Gloxer Educatlon Lorenzo Gonzales, jr.-Spanish 5.9-N 2 A' ' Q- , 7 J figiil -2: aff' K Ulf Evan Norman Fricker-Economics james E. Frye-Physical Education i Elizabeth Anne Gates-Econ., Soc., Sandra Adele Gerges-Education Psych. N XI . -J ' Hx C. A. L'Curly" Gmham-Religion judith Kay Graves-Education Leeana Gregory-Biology Douglas Brown Grossman-Economics joan Beverly Habbick-Speech Dru Hall-Speech J '-s 1' ,, leinxfv, lf,-1 53' WP. , . ,D ,.,,, ...fr if " Kenneth F. H:xllfGovernmcnt Clazhc Robert Hangan-Sociology Sharon Lee Hansen-English F' ,Q mu V 7' K ' 'A , 1 fy - ' R fl: I i ,I , ' ,-a , - V .gi ' ' ' fn ' wa 7' I. - me x 'I 'N l-A K , . A 'HQ' , '--3 ' Th., F -135-Q. X . 1 vnjfl Xl A "f fsia Q' ., X , , V Q, ' "5 E fr I -Qjxlj' 1 7?"Q'i' li , '."" .' ' ,f M .X -E .4 L , Vw Lorraine M. lnlnrtik--Music, Eng., Rel ,,... .. ,N 4, ei gf- P A x 11T.'.'3' ludith Anne Hclmlcump-English Marilyn jane Heyler-Ed, Chem., io, eorgm a gg if' ns F3 rl 'nf' . ' .0 'X'-7-Y 'T'jr J .NW ,,. Eleanor Carol Hopper-Psychology Suzanne Hough-Psychology Barham Ann Howard-Music Educ. 7? Kenneth Roy Harrison-Psychology 1. ,gg fi' 0--if 54' . Donald David Haskell-Psychology Fred Kenneth Hart-Soc., Psych., Rel. Leo Haven-Sociology I i Q' B l G ' Le Hi ins-Education Larry Elliott Hobson-Music Educ. Carolyn Ruth Hughes-Eng., Educ., Gov't bhown making posters as part oi the student teacher training program are Susie Hough, Georgia Higgins, jean Camfield, and Barbara Whitneld. v igsj' V A ' f-'GX q s . nz. be N., 5-3? 9 -'l Donald H. Kennedy-Geology Wilford Paul Kirk, III-Psychology fli er i L'-14 . 1 -' -Y ,V lk: 49 A-W 1 ff N. 65" VX. if Q5 Sharon Beth Huston Holladny-Econ. -'wj 3-2 i' X lv? ea l I 'W f .5- il 'vi - 1 -nv' ' L ,V . if... - 'Q-fe ix ' W . MQ' -, ' I f?5'.fg1, L, :fixi- - v r . j, i'.j1'.i.i':-ax X :a C. William "Bill" Jensen-Religion ---a?'. 1' Donna Lee Knox-Spanish jgfns 9 I :gen if ' ni' F 'sf ' All-X -F...-1 Ya V i Fl Kathleen Anne larrcll-Government h D fyQ 4-chaff james Olin Johnston-Geology ff x - . Y 1244? ,dh 15,44 -m-ff' Lillian Myra Kohler-Economics 'i QL . ff A ' J-' X 'F I 4-5'7" lk L' da El ' La b-Ph i l Educ. Anne MacDonald Ledbetter-English Richard Sloan Lehman-Psychology Barbara Lorraine Kzatsch-Education 111 211112 m YS C3 i Q i ll ll gr Alice june Leitch-English Kenneth Maxwell Lewis-Psych, Raymond Victor Linclholm-History Betty Mae Sams Locke-Physical Educ Speech, Sociology ,mm 1 ,X :Q i. .. - Vi li i xl il :ilk-1 'Q H ' - in if i Eat -S NJ ' 'l Nolan Dee Lockwood fMIllllClIl1lllCS john Coit Luthin-Psychology Michael Stevens Lynn-Religion Gerry Arthur Mann-Physics ,. . .3 A ,JU il r x L H ,. lt LN, ii K' I i....,- N. X . l- i" . , '5" ' Q, emifw? -+V Q-.1-:ll lP'-:'g+-F'1v g.-- "Wm -an-5"""-""" I 1-73 flgiyfi'-ff,,.w I," I .wL.,4:,,t,:,,: .": 52.15-5:1 -- ,. . wr- .' ' N- 1'ff"- .zw:A'v-w1'-Z,- , 'N V-s-R93 'Q-rs4R1' ,eL:i2.i,Qn. ' Y NB' . 11.2 :Q-if is-,411 fu 'A A .V 70:19. '-1--.,f.v'v141,'.w , ' uf 5, :it "5""1j'l'-Zbiifg-'M' in 'Q "ffL," 1w. 'L.f'FP'E'f:wi-?? 7 Barry jay Martin-Speech Donna Iamay Martin-Education 1 if 3-S 995 ik. figs f'f Shown studying graphs are Bill , Leeana Gregory, and Ron jewel S. Marlin-Biology Deanna Marie Mattocks-Biology V 'vi ft: Ellen Elizabeth Mayr-Physical Educ. 0273 f l f 1 2 I ' 'X l 2 ,f ..,.ff -qv" 95: Marcia Ann Meeker-Economics Lawrence Arthur Mettler-Math., .,- ' 1 German, Educ. , ,--- ,ar r " V. 'Fi ll T7 Rosemary Alice Mills-Rel., Ed., Phil. Arlene Louise Moflitt-Sociology Michael Charles Morganwllel., Soc.. I pus we J Mary jean Moss-Mathematics Gerald A. Nicoll-Geology 'wiv Emest A. Nelson-Engr., Phys., Math, unli- Eng. 'ks INV' Nzincy joan Miller-Economics 5.53 'iff-cl ed Ruth Morris-English fu gal -05' ivlziriaria Newton-Speech Marilyn Ruth Nickman-Spanish jg 5- W 451' F f .-sv" Helen Mariane Nielsen-Education Thomas H. Niquette-Physical Educ. Frederick Lee Olsen-Art '-Q... 'RQ , ,N T-ntl X R K Donald Grier Orr-4Economics Melvin jaimcs Orr-English edit, 'P-'l..,q Ci? -,gx-x fl 'iv ' "-' 5 'fr--v wa.. ii-22' john Charles Parrottglicon., Psych., Carol Lee Peck-Education Phys. Ed. 2 P ' fl r . V ' i fi, IZ Q. W' 'Wi ff Q -+-qs 5 Edward D. Peckham --History Linda Louise Perry-Education Marshall Arthur Peterson-Geology Gilbert Martin Pettersen-History L A ' ' 'l i " r M "LlT'- 3. ..l' i i William Faber Petterson-Econ, Hist., Ralph Marble Pray,IlI-Geology Rel. may . aa W ,A WM egeiiaimr, Wfaaam.. Mwi2m m.mW Yolanda Blozan helps Georgia Higgins and Marshall Peterson select their grad' uation announcements. 24" full David Thomas Price-EconomiCs James William Quast-Geology l l e in " g l I I NX el . ' ..k -' 1 '. vu e N., 'lm' 1 4 -. ,,. .. H G W ' + 9' +R . - 'L , x If-ifxxl Af' 48 , ..,, X L .QS A. f wr l is ' , I J V' li I , ' :I T , , . 4, ..f X Carol jo Ratliff-Education Suzanne Darlene Rechsteiner-History 1 .yn .pgs GR' . 72? ' 4 - 1 X N 'gin WN x, ,Af 'M V V ' 'v ' 'S ,z.g.L,w"' fl I . Linda Lee Reeder-Hist,, Govt., Span. Shirley Ann Stipe Robertson-Educ. f' V. 4, ,- . ,Ni I... . 345 or S V -we H X' v 1' v5 Qi Selden Scott Rodgers, Il-Economics jane Romney-Art Paula Ioan Rotolo-Sociology Zelda Sherron Rozen-Physical Educ, 4 ' ' if l l A 4 ll "?.'V-,pi... -- SN' ' ' - e . - Lf 1 A 1 C ., 'R . , ix' V, I .fr V 1 X 1 ' uv + m 'T ' sr: -'iff 3:5 Jean Greaves Savage-English Lawrence Allyn Scadden-Government Raymond C. Schneider-Religion Randolph Moore Scott-Economics fir-1 Har' ,-...Q Nur' Paola Alessandra Senseflsolani-Engl., Claude H. Sharp, jr.-Phys. Educ. Kenneth R. Shinn-Sociology Ronald Virgil Smith-Education Philo., Rel. is Daniel Stanley Smolcn-Rclig.. Psych., Sociology I QQ ls -Y"-U 45 . , , I lu lf., 'i.Q-l . " " i il 1 Vi. ' :W ' Eadezm Sandra Stark-Physical Educ, M A Q, ,, M xg: . 4-' :- , ' - ' ' '- V 'lfivff' 4?5f"7'f- , - , -f ui ,L-L . , ., ,,,1 , 5 ,M A ,Wf .1 . v ,GN ,. A :v u -Y Disk , . nfs. ' sl - I : 'rx gf ' 'gmt' john William Soltcr-Speech joan Adel Stabbert-Education john Ray Stagner-Mathematics -3:2 'IQ Q. i ist' Q. Sally Mae Staub-Education Robert P. Sturges-History Dennis john Sullivan-Economics Mm ,. V u Gail Abbott Surphcn-Sociology bl ii if WV ' "-. Sara Williams Taylor-Economics 4 Deanna Taylor-Music Educ, Iames Barton Taylor, Ir.-Geology Marian Lynn Taylor-Education l A lg 'aw -F- A l lv 'VJ l Lenore Ann Thomason-Voice Polly Ann Townsend-French John Griflith Valentine-Economics Q an l 'bf ' l . Y f . 'v'.'4" V If IV, .1 - v X sf! JW' " . I -Ml all ,Z -5, V . ,- ,-,. I-D , Q-V '- , ' V :'. - 5- -fu.. vi 'J 'T' " A ' . :Lf " 1- ' ', ' 'f " v 1' . .. . "fa ' rf E , ' .H -nv' ff' . I ' 3- J Wu 5' r , 15, ,. . .sf Marilyn Rae Van Slyke-Educ., Relig., Music ' iw wi -arse! Jane Gharst Weatherford-Music Ecl. Jerald Lee Webster'-Psych., Religion, Barbara Whitfield-Psyclm., Relig., Ed. fzf--ff T' X Ida Thorman Williamson-Education Paul Eugene Ward-Physical Educ. lack R. Waters-Geology . - Q: I I Q21-3 V 3. ' xxx- - .1 - I K... 1:3 Econ. Q-1.1 455 joan Weaver Young-Speech, Phys. Educ., Educ. Norman Roger YetmanfSocioIogy The junior officers are Don Dickenson, presidentg Bill Steele, vice presidentg Liz Drake, secretaryg and Bill Plachy, representative. ICR Y V: . L ::H 2EE:::Ei i?- i v V.5 - -7 . - - 1 T l i I l 2 'Q.,I.' Q : i U W A gf S E 5.11 42. uv Standing: joeil Vandezande, Gladys Thomson, Doug Smith. Nancy Ann W'iIsey, and Ray Tooley. Sitting: Jean Xlllagley, and Lois Thorpe. I l l""'Y Fl :Em i 3rd Row: john Holstine, Tom jenssen, john Huneke, john Irwin. and Bruce johnson. 2nd Row: jackie Stong, Penny Linn, jean Bailey, and Kay Hansen. lst Row: Loren Finley, judy Howe, and judy Harvey. uniors 3rd Row: Dave Stump, Doug Mattox, Doug Smith, and Darrell McKibban. 2nd Row: Gary Stelfens, Bill Roethlisburger, Craig Mc- ' Farland, and jimmie Millard. t : ' ' ' --'wrf"11 lst Row Myrna Smith Pat Steele and Norma Pitula I V - 'I Q , f . 6, .li . K Q7 Standing: Dave Dunning, Stan Anderson, David Del Mar, and Steve Carter. Sitting: jim Cunningham, Gay Ellen de Gero, Bernie Clavs, Priscilla Blake, and jeffry Cobbe. ' Q .QU "4 R T iii' P . Q .JN ' H 1 4-nn ll? X ka ,,t,,,-A oft- uniors 3rd Row: Dave Russu, Bob Ketron, Bruno Pilone, and Milton Rogers. 2nd Row: Dreux McNairy, Wayne Miller, and Alan Sill. Ist Row: Sharon Nichols, Vivian Bridges, and Barbara Stevens. 47 3 X 5rd Row: Fred Prins, Bob Hare, and A1 Grove. 2nd Row: Ben Harris, Bill Hopkins, and Lani Lutes. lst Row: Iola Hensen, Norv Giles, and Lee Fisher. uniors Ophs if' H ,,-, Q. .fam . . 15 W V- ' Top: Fred Yost, Pat Wallace, and Carol Gustafson. iff ' ,rw Front Row: Sydney Woolworth and - " "'- Jan White. .4 A5 "-1n....- Sophomore officers are john Anderson, presi- dentg Shirley Rose, vice presidentg Linda Hart, secretary: Penny Pearson, treasurerg and Les jc-nka, representative. OPHO GRE 4 if T 2 li W7 C17 C7 cv '.- 4th Row: Joyce Hull, Kay Raynesford, and Shirley Rose. 3rd Row: Nancy jo Moore, Linda Hart, and Penny Pearson. 2nd Row: Barbara Bauer, Irene Morioka, and Sharon Boling. lst Row: Myrna Ackerman, Virginia Gowder, Risa Selover, Sherry Baker, Judith Smith, and Sandy Pettebone. p.-an-n-onli , '67 rs- .,7 'lin vf 417 A 'T' t - ,, ,f 1 K . R, g I ue., Back Row: Nelda Watson, Ca- mille Bell, Bonnie Strote, Shar- on Turner, Jim Clark, Sharon Pickett, and JoAnn Hunt. Front Row: joanie Eberth, Dee- Anne Dozier, Barbara Fiscus, and Liz Oreb. 50 3rd Row: Dave Sinnott, Bill Spruance, john Overland, Ron Spence, Bob Scroggie, joe Taylor. Stuart Scott, and Gary Simpson. 2nd Row: Bob Simmons, Peggy Sel- over, Pat Smith, john Soukup, and Pete McDonald. lst Row: Marie Stevens, Virginia Smith: Judy Smith, Lynn Steward, and Karen Simmonds. fclifziff Q91 V V leon- 7 ill," rl" fir 'S' ,-.. f Y- Aw-, ,fn "xx I V A -f -' lx X. 3rd Row: Bob Morse, Phil Oliver, jim Pulliam, jackie Singer, Toni Merrell, and Betty Carol Mann. 2nd Row: Nancy Millen, and Kent Myrick. lsr Row: Put McCrmry. Cris Murray, and Linda Rae Maas. Soplmomores 5rd Row: Bob Gates, and john Green- Held. 2nd Row: Eric Hansen, Gary King, Nancy Kimball, Jeanne Ferguson, and jackie Horton. lst Row: joan Kuhns, Rae Kimbley, and Carol Harrington. gen , MH 11' -Kam' "i Back Row: Mike Amsbry, Bill Bacon, Ted Adams, Tom Brook, john Bradshaw, Dave Allison, and Steve Broiles. Front Row: Barbara Buffum, Myrna Ackerman, Barbara Bauer, Virginia Boardman, Maggie Boren, and Doug Bolstad. 52 ofa 3rd Row: Dick Lanham, Bill McCook, and Dennis McCall. 2nd Row: Lola Lopes, Carc-ne Mignacco, Joyce Hull, Claude Lindquist, Pat Pflaum, Ana Marie Fagunclo and Anne Meaclor. Ist Row: Barbara Morrison, Elaine Simmons, and Linda Laurence. l W vi-'NP' 3rd Row: Milt Robbins, Ben Prins, jeff Perkins, and Tom Mallory. 2nd Row: Julie Mapes, Debbie Rhone, Donna Mohr, Doug Pruche, and Charles Roberti. lst Row: Linda Nelson. Gloria Campbell, Della Redclan, Martha Mull, jackie Reemer, and Judy Soderstedt. IIIIOICS 'll if , fi' l' Yiifsssi ' ll 'Sm SQ., ,Ei'Sii5!,SuE' 3rd Row: Art Gregory, jim Friedman, and Dave Houser, 2nd Row: Margaret Hatchet, Linda johnson, Judy King, Ruth Gifford. and Linda Fisher lst Row: Peggy Nielson, janet Floyd, Nancy Holl, and julianne Herz. lui" Lt' i UF will f Elf, if If LL ir l W. Qtr! K" 4 '.,,. lf" - if E' I ,Ms J-?""' OK Dulzes 54 Row 1: Sue Tritt, Nancy Goldsworthy, Jan Dalzell, Ginny Jarrell, Gail Neumann, Karen Meek. Row 2: Diane Willis, Jeanne Allen, Judy Sundahl, Carolyn Olsen, Nancy Plantenga, Lynne Wright. Row 3: Judy Burger. Dr. Cragg, Linda Wfeber, Terri Analuf, Judy Jeffers, Joan Love, Lenore Nevarez. .- i V r Members shown are Chuck Shakelton, John Demmon, Jack Mussey, Jim Tomkins, Doug Whitmore, Bruce Thompson, Dave Ness, Ron Styn, Ken Masuda, Steve Frank, Mike Shield, Bob Wheeler, Ron Cameron, Steve Olson, Bruce Daniels, Carl Waters, Bob Williams, Jim Harshberger, Jay Smith, Steve Alkazin, John Jeffers, Jim Scherer. Fred Plaistecl, Dave Meeker, Pete Robbins, Steve McDowell. Front Row: Betty Lloyd, Sally Comito, Merry Devore, Carol Hillhouse, Melodic Kobayashi. Middle Row: Cathy Hales, Rita Sweezey, Sandy Spurgeon, Kathy Melinder, Rosalie Blake. L Back Row: Mrs. Stanbridge, Betty Chadsey, Pat Thayer, Violet Moore, Nancy Cavender, u Charlotte Davis, Mimi Searles. ORGANIZATIONS BHIOIIS , ,f i legi- A ,I I l l 1,1 -sl ll 'F '- ' , l 4 'l , . . zz: ,l ir: .Y-1 ll Xin Leland Tipton, jim WieschendorE, jim Ball, Tony Taylor, Dave Banta, Walt Wakeield, Tom Tustin, Bill Noe, Bill Held, Dave Weerts, Jack Stewart, Bob McCammon, Don Rowland, Tom Strout fat pianoj. 55 ,...,, l r Row 1: Penny King, Brenda Bullock, Mary-Lee Reed, Kathy Nall, Delores Griiith, Margaret . Blount, Philinda Stern, jennifer Rollar, Sheila Tyler. Row 2: Carol Erickson, Margie jarmin, Maggie Reinhart, Judy West, Arrah Dolle, Cynthia Austin, Pam Tucker, Brenda Black, Meg Johnson, jo Ann Sayler, Sylvia Caudle. Row 3: Barbara Natelborg, Chris Pierce, Marcia Davis, Carol Chamberlain, Margie Potier, Joyce Chaffey, Sue Metzger, Betsy Seitz, Beverly Schaff, Renie Miller, Janice Hemphill. f Q' W. W A V what in 5 3, I 4 Tx' . ,- ., , Q , S. , . W' lm 5 Tift 'f , ' l i 'B :I , 4 l f 'f 1 4 , ' i U , B ,f --A Ur quires Doug White, left, plays ping-pong with Tom Goodwyn while fellow Squires watch. Club members are, left to right: Al Turner, Roger Akky, Don Cassidy, jim Boynton, Norm Naylor fin treej, Graham Benson, jay Tillett, Mark Weldon, Ed Schmelzer, Bob Haugen, Gary Sjoberg, Howie Herbert, Bob McLane, Dr. Parker. '7 H, ip Row 1: Mary Baptie, Lorna Broadbent, Coila Buhman, Mary Hoke, Bette Schwitzgebel, Mar- ilyn Hagen, Anna Brooks, Barbara Bolles. Row 2: Carol Abbott, Joyce Palmer, Sydney Bell, ' Judy Butler, Sa Lea! Currey, Sue Mackaig, Carole York, Alma Vanden Haak, Linda Bosking, Kathy Swenson. Row 5: Carol Lee Baker, Carol Schowalter, Marilyn Johnston, Annetta Wat- son, Sue Alexander, Marianne Taft, Marilyn MacQuarrie. 4 l-"' 2:1 Rllella 12? i' , h On floor: Barbara Bolles. Rosalie Blake, Marcia Davis. Row 2: Judy Jeffers. Sue Tritt. Penny King, Mimi Searles, Jan Dalzell, Marilyn Hagen, Melodic Kobayashi. 5 '- ' 'lf' f r Q D-F' lf gil it 'iz P X m 3,515 S." ,Q f lf"'! eS", - l fin ,ff T .. Y 15, f aff, P , . ..... K Q.. fm- -lf' --ul'--u "-ff. " ' wf1.',-5, 'I -. . 35, A , , fl ,-gf . , 'T E-,I . n fin' -. 4535 Av I -Q , r. - H, 4 tn 2' ' -'-1 Green Valley Lake-30 miles from Redlands. Courtesy of San Bernardino Sun-Telegram 1.37 .. A - 1 Q , l ,r 1 lv. in I Q 'Ct 'V' Alqllgr, " Qj' . .ll- W 1-M-S r r C px 1 f B? it l 7' 'l--L., . D PRE H The freshman oflicers are, standing: Steve Olson. Presitlentg linb Williams, Vice-President: Tony Taylor, Representativeg sitting: jennifer Rawlins. Secretary: Donna Dailey, Chairman of the Coun- cil. Af. ' l Q Standing: Howard Herbert, Earl Armbrust, Sharon Tibbs, jerry Bowers, and Standing, left to right: Rob Gage. Marilyn jnhn- Cathy Paul. Row Z: jack Russell, Bill Alder. and Clair Westbrook. Row 3: ston, Bob Haugen. Lloyd Frreclrrchs, and Ginny Margaret Blount, Carole Hillhouse, and Philinda Stern. Jaffell- 59 w ,. MY' ' Q sw' B f - l , F1-e . A X 1 1- Seatcd: john Cowden. Standmg, left to right: Joyce Franklin, Macy Caven- ' der, Terry Caesar, George Eninger, Ross Cook, jim Boynton, and Richard Elliott. Seated, left to right: Carole York, Nate Sisson, Bob Davidson, Alma Vanden Haak, Sue Whit- lo, and Bette Schwitzgebel. Back row: Sue Mackaig, Dave Weerts, Scott Anderson Ken, Masuda, Bill Hersey, and Donna Lewellen. Seated, left to right: Carolyn Olsen and Mike Newman. Back row: N jucly Burger, Nancy Plantenga, Kathy Nall, Mary Lee Reed, and jim Rhone, ,r-l '....... -n e lllllllll Q' is V- A Left to right: Rosalie Blake, Sue John- son, john H. Kelly, Judy Strauch. Charlotte Davis, Donna Dailey, Mar- ion Weeks, Karen Meek, and john Kreyssler. Left to right Kenneth Cook Don Cassetty Barbara Bredlow Steven Frank Dee Brandmeyer, Left to right: Questa Donnelly, Chris Harris, SaLeal Curry, Cynthia Austin, and Dolores Griliith. lg,-i-94 -Y Above, standing, left to right: Howard Daugherty, Bruce Thompson, Doug Ab- della, Norman Ball, and Ron Jones. First row: Bill Noe, Gene Nelson. Pat Kline, Penny King, Jim Ball, and Bob Malcolm. Below, standing: Sue Alexander, Nancy Goldsworthy, Jan Dalzell, Betsy Seitz, and Judy Tucker. First row: Mary Baptie, Joyce Palmer, Mary Berry, Carolee Baker, and Janice Hemphill. 'Z' Ill!!!-WHY Eff" S ZWBH VME. W YG' AW'QilP ISE W Ev, A I , ,. '1r4e?ff'Q,, 5 ' ' ..a ' 111'-1.?'2,Lf'Mnb . ' . , Above, left to right: Bruce Daniels, Albert Turner, Diane XX'illis, and Bob Wheeler. C11 .A I bove, left to right: Leland Tipton, ony Taylor, Bob Williarns, and jim ompkins. ,s Y- iw ll +1 U-Hp 6 ws: ai ' 1 I -Q 19 1 1 .L i Above, standing, left to right: Francis Kahawai and Duchess, Bob Cunningham, Rich Rhomson, and jim Learned. Seated, nrst row: Connell Hensley, james Bunch, and Steven Smith. Second row: Tom Winn, Bob Bishop, and Bert Marcum. 'lhtrd row: Judy Clark, Meg johnson, Nina Anderson. Below, left to right: Maureen Miller, Bette Bleiler, Marilyn H Arrah Dolle, Dave Hunter, and Caroline Graham. agen, ll Linda Boshing if 3' rw , ,- W.. 1. 2' ...K ,N I ', . if JL- is i wi- i i ..xL' -4 'flue , mm.. Front row, left to right: Melody Kobayashi, Beverly Schaff, and Chuck Schakillon. Back row, left to right: jerry Smith. jim Harsharger, and Tom Spight. Eff! 7 1 i'v l I I" 2 ,J llrl Y , w f' ' I , 5 if 1.-:lie Above, sitting, left to right: Judy Sundahl, Ron Styn, Corajean Smith, Kathy Swinson, and Carol Schowalter. Standing, left to right: Joyce Smith, Dave Shikles, john Stevenson, and John Seiter. Right, standing, left to right: Peggy Kelley, Marcia Davis, jean Dillow, Mary Hoke, Coila Ann Buehman, Linda Vose, and Violet Moore. Sitting, left to right: Margaret Reinhart, Linda Weber. Miriam Searle. Lorna Broadbent. and Marilyn Stephenson. Left to right: Judy West, Dick Jensen, Carmelle Clark, Carol jones, Bill jackson, Lynn Baechtel, Dave Thornton, and Walter Wakeheld. O ?' .. 41 E K, Ms. . ,lg f - - .10-'ri 'W H 4- 1 - ' l "' I-L f'. iff to right: Barbara Natclborg, Terri Anlauf, Susan Boeke, I-eff I0 fighli CYUQIYH Karlstad. Beth Jvsi, 10110 Jeffers, Jlldl' Ricliurdson, Barbara Preston, jenn Oliver, and Margie JCHEFS. and Kflihl Joy. Pros V MQ f,x 'Q 55 -an ,, 1 XM .A -4 ,mia U-. . ,CJ-. M Y-ig-Q 43217 , ' '17 '17' 3, - , ni "lf" bfi Q- ' f i ': - 1 4 ' -W , A 'sgw M eil 4 e-ci " A-of at-illebf-f -'-'-'31 if ' ZBLQE? ,gn I -. "" . C4 l Above, sitting, left to right: Bill Martin, Robert McCammon, Robert Hall, and Bob Mohler. Standing, left to right: Tom Mc- Millan, Dennis Lindshield, Ed Matsuishi, Dick Booth, and Mike Macon. Left, sitting, left to right: Linda Ludwick, Hilda Meelker, and Betty Lloyd. Standing, left to right: Steve McDowell, jim Mc- Elvany, Mary Moore, and Kathy Melinder. UPPER CITY CREEK CANYON - twenty miles from Redlands Photo courtesy of San Bernardino Sun-Telegram. S wx ,L-' R G .yf?Y:! -"mg Y VL T NV' N 1, ASQ S f ix 1 A Q Q JJ X WS Akv NNS 457, 550K '-2,-'- A gf I fx'-T',f" , 1 Q ..'g--,' -.W -Q if . Af sz J x Illunmv , N 1 65llllIllmKXXKXVg ' Q 2 'Ju xx I AH" x..'rmm-a 'TVQ ASUR President, Marshall Petersen Below: Dean R o b e rt Right: Vice-president Joan Habbick Goodridge, sponsor. 'Tv KK X I fQ- ' ml 'fs - w "wi, X EYE ' lx 3 T R, ,L X, n P-Q Rnghrz Treasurer -FV jerry Tinker audits ASUR books with adviser D. J. Stew art. 5:4 if . gg:-f . Ml .V ,fn , rl ali il I V, I, f .. 'L 1 wx . lj? 1 9 X, Nj xg, 3 AL NUBLING Speaker tudent Counci Maintaining a balance between the academic, social, and religious phases of the campus, the 1959-'60 student council has opened new vistas to student concern, and numerous projects, stemming from these areas, have been completed. Redlands' Hong Kong project has raised hundreds of dollars to help alleviate the refugee suffering in Hong Kong. Because of the progress this year, next year will see the development of an exchange student program between the University and the Chung Chi College in Hong Kong. The Redlands people who are spending this semester in Austria set up their own student government program. The joint Social Committee of the student council and the House of Representatives has completed a study of the changing social needs of the campus, and the student council has supported the efforts of KUR to bring "quality radio" to the campus and also approved the alloca- tion of the necessary funds to N, establish KUR as an effective media of communication and entertainment. During the Summit Confer- ence, students, faculty, trustees, and administration unanimously agreed to increase the quality of the convocation program and the spring semesters convoca- tions instigated the proposed program. K M Student-owned Doghouse un- derwent an improvement pro- gram which resulted in new lighting, a tile HOOI, and the expansion of the bookstore. 45:17 .Af RON UNZELMAN JEAN CALVERT AMS President AWS President . l, f le-a l X ff' x 4 l J f YI BOB ERIKSON - Senior Representative RUTH HICKEL and SUE TERRY - Women's Representatives BILL PLACHY - junior Representative 11 X X The Student Educational Policy Committee, formed in October of 1959, is presently evaluating our academic program and is giving valuable recommendations for improving the quality of the program Representatives shown are: Lemoyne Taylor, Mike Williains, Bill Jensen, Chairman Carmi Wennerberg, jane Romney, Leeana Gregory. ' . E -nun" an ' ' .R ,.,f'.',.1f..,.,,,,,,Y-fi -V-mnqi A' V I ff X R 0- Wai. - -5.5 a?- Q 'Q '49 -4 ' 4 ,BMT ,--L4-w" " li,-sq-N--lv 73,-.4"' 4-.ff . .4 if 1' ,. A' ,i I 5 531 is , - xr'-'J'-5 " Q " in-1" A ' - .f, -1 -- ' .?" ,, .5-., WHA if".-P4 1 c I R as M " v 1 sm. ' WALT HEINECKE and MAL CURRY Rally Chairmen FRANK ROBERTS Men's Representative K W3 at is.pl Q.-wr TONY TAYLOR - Freshman Representative ROLAND TONG 1 SOPIIOYIIOFC Representative Men'g flepfeggntafive fi ?-J 71 Row 1: Ed Collins, Risa Selover, Bill Harader, Phyllis Eggen, Barbara Norton, Al Nubl H :E R . Virginia Boardman, Dave Shikles, John Bradshaw, Tom Finger. Row 2: Carol Harrington, Joyce Smith, Sally Comito, Judy King, Nancy Millen, Dave Ba 0 Nancy Jo Moore, Ron Styn, Kathy Nall, Bill Held, Nancy Russell, Lon McMillan. 'las .5 ' Preparing for the Summit Conference are ASUR Council Representatives: Judy Dunbar, Frank Roberts, Marshall Peterson, Jerry Tinker, Bob Erikson, Ruth Hickel. 72 A Kn- 2555, 35-Q.. Y 215 ff? Q ,W .... . .: , . W . lx 9 . I, fl rl ' 4 Lf A " L ap L V """' is I . t f l' n. . I if -F . QI' . . 1 4 . a 1-Ili. 'S I . K x . x Q. 5 in D- "+J'... 'E A sg H ut- X D e aft O , ' ' ' 1 :W , vvn 559' ,. HIM L JRE ug K , A I Lx M' Tak 4 it 'fs' 5 . we 3 u is P 4 + Mil--- ..l, ' C5 e s s. I I , -5 .. , :Ct Y 9-,I Nl l , . 5,23 i .., wgsfz qi. ' - . :,-,l,lT'1"!- .LUAAG 5 ,-, ,, l l Front Row: Sharon Holaclay, Jo Ann Hunt, Yolanda Blozan, Nelda Watson, Carol Grifhth, Sue Thompson, Virginia Boardman, Merry Devore, Phyllis Eggen, Leilane Lutes, Penny Linn, Sarah Taylor, Second Row: Carol Pearce, Lynn Steward, Ruth Gifford, June Totten, Linda Nelson, Jeanne Ferguson. Linda Olson, Jean Ford, Cathy Hales, Judy Newton, Judy Peckham, Marian Phillips. Third Row: Al Ritchie, John Sherman, Barry Martin, Don Inlay, Dave Dunning, Roland Tong, Keith Thompson, Dave Ayers, Dick Lehman, Bill Courtney. Back Row: Norman Batfrey, Phil Reddick, Kent Lombard, Russ Warne, John Greenheld, Dave Reed, Erwin Sapp, Clabe Hangan, Larry Bowen, Bill Rogers. Concert Choir Trombone soloist Dick Lehman, accompanist Sara Taylor, vocal soloist Jo Ann Hunt, and Professor Erwin Ruff, conductor. .i K , .pn - Mg Pg. H , lzgff? 31 If . -.gp . .5 ' .lb 5. 2' 1' X ' 4 ll' ,1I. X Q -k 'Qi M iw 515 41" v f' Q ,.. J J' , . X fr University Choir Chapel singers are, back row: jim Learned, Steve Smith, Bruce Beyne, and Norvell Gilesg front row: Gail Neumann, Barbara Howard, Char- les D. Smith, Virginia Barnes, and Linda Vose. - ,,' ,iq -1 -v - - . 'Y f I 1 ' 1 ,gee i ' ' l l E l , i I l i 1 LJ 5-uv' its OPERA Pictured above is :1 scene from the "Tales of Holl1nnn," sponsored by the Music Department Opera Workslmop under the direction of Lalrm Browning Henderson. OPERA STAR San Francisco Opera Co, soprano star Mary Costa, who presented n concert at UR in April, is shown with Dr. Leslie Spelman, director of the School of Music, and Dr. Marc jack Smith, Dean of the Faculty. . , nr". ,g. A-:""' .. .,...xr-rr.,y:,n- , L' - fha- -I i.v!x!'fl.1hin.4 . -':H 'va-an yr l I .Q w,...!!q,- mv- .-f - - xv..-are-"9" 1 ' A' F " 1' .Aa-"W,.5 4' I 1 . , . ' I 1: QE A7'?if2 , l 2' ' 'V 'L' '-el 'fx , A . 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A , 4 A-fo A -l 5 .3-:I-li. , . ,b if... 1 u nu 4 n fn n fu ai uf ', 1-Q., i--- f n ' ,zno 0 zu. n an u nf 77 nf 11 Ill ll m - ,-..:,'.-3' .i.-.....-..---- I :v.', n m n fn n In rx Ju u au ','::.'... ' ' ff, lt r 77 rn 7 nr JI 1157177 '.','.u' w -... - -- ...af ' af v-.4--gy-at--.ffl---' f- . L f2a:m.KL. ff-01 . - I , , xy L . I, . -!f?,.:- W"'1'1'?"1.,.'f A 3 . . -"::5"'1if" W- 1 7 -- if 1- ,,- . i -N .,.. A 'A' 4- .01-"v-. A ,- .- 'S '-iQ.-A - r pi, r H- .IT .1 'L Q- I R I -, 44' all? y X .-- clmestra EDWARD C. TRITT, Conductor The University-Community Symph- ony Orchestra, which averages around 100 members, is known throughout the country as one of the finest civic orches- tras. Under the inspiring leadership of Edward C. Tritt, the orchestra performs each year a wide variety of works, rang- ing from youth concerts and the usual concert repertoire to a performance of a large choral work and a presentation of the premieres of several contemporary American compositions. The orchestra has recently fostered a youth symphony, and is engaged in other activities aimed at introducing mu- sic into the lives of the children in our community. . I 1. -W, , n H I' I I . ,.g5H 1.-"1 -' '.'1 4 , X in - W, H ':Z""" . fi " -" ' ' ' v pls., - ' L gi l1n .' K ' . h 1 K H 1- A M 1 -.M . ,W , '. ' 1 .n - N 1 .1 - V, ' .'- ,l , A ,V ' fa , - .r . ' , W n"2z'1 K :iff 25 mu., ,-l?.?1d.g,Y. . :L , . Q 4-:nga .ity my ft- jvf IQ ' - . . , . xp r wr' I U- A -.. ' Lf' ,Y ry v x -. ..- f' 'J 'T ' L' 1 7' 'Q r .'- .lz . .Y . ' H n 'S 'Y u "l 3' . A n ' U -I :in I K 37 , A' ' ' " ' - M- -----W... -..4.Ll4,? ... - T H .Ml 1 Q Au ' air ' n l 1 s ' 7 . 2 'gi' . 1 f Q A 1. I .Jul . . A r I f 1 Q--:I r i -3' .se ' 5 sg ' ' i I . J 1 g . In 1.53 All l X 2 ,itat-H A, ' 1 5 '10 , I f 1. ' -' , i -". V . H Il -' Q!-"kr i . fs W not raft f sf 4 f Q . V - . I VE' S' " rg . 1 f V J S' . , .. "f" 7 . 1.-i. , iii I an ' Q A . ., ..., V V 1 , W1 , . " ..'! ' QW'-,iv ,F . . .T M .':f-jf.-:frm g... T . -. - it Q' Q' ',.- T -- , , :Lf ' ,. . ' xl S pi ' ' ' . - jf 11.4, A 1 ' .' ff., A' 1' ' ., ..,' . J-?. 1'-'i . fm g- A .. ..l - E V . A During the football season the U. of R. Band presented seven halftime performances, including a performance at the Wfhittier game, and a combined performance with the Occidental Band there. The band was host to the San Diego State Band during their visit here. Films were taken of all halftime performances. Concert season was the best yet from many standpoints. The first Concert Tour was a complete success, 'highlighted by an invitational performance at the California Music Educators Convention in Monterey, and two days in the San Francisco area. The Concert Band presented two Chapel 'Concerts for the student body, a Concert for Youth, two home concerts, concerts for schools in the surrounding area, and appeared with nationally known clarinetist Robert Lowry at the Southern Section CMEA Convention held on our campus. The band also sponsored the Music Festivals annually 'held on our campus. A record of concert highlights is being made. Closing out the year, the band played a Commencement Concert and per- formed at Commencement. The traditional beach party and 'banquet were held during graduation week. J i -eq Assistant-Conductor Kathy Wfolff 83 M " . YD .1 if - v .1,11.7l"T-2' 'N " r . A Alll Y'y.ki1T.' ,'jf!',s6, lf. H, . '.'dt ,, 4 5: 'FWM?3?QNQf1i?n rsffmifwwwxv . vial.: ggqiirfqj 1' f , . j H ..?,g1Ji:iv if gb NM , 'E13.1', N3 .fv I . .' 'v . . .',.", ' nv' . lL,.'l,- rj A A, , , - ..,. ff'fH'!-2'4b'3.3,:.e1:.fv'f.A'.9.f71,1'-'gff ' ' - 'wif f .. 4 ' ,f , ' . 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Row 2: Loren johnson, Joyce Palmer, Larry Harrison, Sandra Coates, David Reed, Alen Ritchie, john Preston, John Huneke, jim Keays Richard Adams Row 3: Stanley Anderson,'Fred Hanna, Carol Hicks, David Allison, Walter Wakefield, jim Dickey, Robert Cunningham, Bruce johnson, Dominick Petillo, Larry Hobson. Row 4: john Guinn, Penny Linn, Dave Vaughn, Don Smith, Dennis Davies, Phil Reddick, Wes Rolley, Bob MacDicken, Rich- ard Lehman, Steve Frank, jay Tillett. . QZ2'fiJ " l' fssiiifffiwffw Qgm- 1 "'2uf2isffss2 5:95 H., jim Keays, XX'alter XX'oods, instrumental soloists for the band's Vocal soloists for the Concert Band and the spring tour are tour, rehearse for a performance. Ann Thomason, jim Orr. 85 uw 1 ,fs-.-4' xxff 3' if . ,,.. 5 ,......,. Xi T. . 4, I Honor Organizatioun IE 55352 f X WL - 31 .1-fwa, , ' 5151 .' ,, ' "-.5372 -' f 11,3 , - w -v. Q was gs: N .5 - Bw in 'Q ' E' in S, , C , V 5,9 .15- 17" nl-s ns CJ? rf! WP--r Men who have maintained a high grade point and shown outstanding service to the campus are members of Omicron Delta Kappa. Front: jerry Tinker, Roland Tong, Larry Scadden, Rev. Clarence Downing. Dr. Willian1 Umbach, jim Orr, Dr. Marc jack Smith. Rear: Dr. Charles Hobart. 0 D K jim Quast, Marshall Peterson, Ron Unzelman, Norm Yetman, jim Taylor. 1' 9: W l 3 iz! W - . tQ?,2,- fn i Wol11en's counterpart to ODK, Mortar Boards members have shown outstand- ing contributions to campus and roimnunity, lvlemhers are: Carole Crofts, Dru Hall, jane Gharst XXlC2lll1L'l'llll'Ll, Kathy jarrell, Donna Knox. janet Dorrans Cummings, jean Savage, Ruth Morris, Susie Hough, jean Camheld, Pat Keller Anderson, Dr. Pauline Deuel, sponsor. I 87 SPUR PRESIDENT, Penny Pearson Sunny smiles and willing offers to be "at your service," charac- terize the Redlands chapter of the Spurs, a national honor or- ganization for sophomore Women who are judged outstanding in service and scholarship. Fall Spur activities were started with flickering candles and traditional serenade songs as the Spurs, joined by the freshmen women, presented the annual Lantern Parade. In addition to this activity, Spurs aided in freshmen orientation and held an open meeting during AWS week. Spur service projects this year also included the selling of mums at the homecoming, a Hong Kong Cake sale, and Christmas carol- ling at Patton Hospital. The year's activities were climaxed by the Spur Spring Spree, a girl-ask-boy affair generally accepted as the biggest formal dance of the year. This year's Spree theme was "Manhattan," the opening night of an exclusive club. Led by president Penny Pearson, Spurs have ushered at convo- cations and UR programs, registered for conventions and for all special "days" on campus, and conducted tou-rs of the campus for visiting students. purs 'f' Mark' . -- ' - V L-. K 11.1 i1 .asa-:pi 'rr -- 1. img.. in il it , A-A QU: il' n5,..1:..,.Qv - gl ' Jglftfiurf - I ,' W' 591 ilillliiil " l 'i ' ' tal mi.uvf L t1 ' f 1 g'liif:"' W 'W ll ' 3 f la I i . lil r i Fix F U , l' l ,lv ,, Q- li l . Q P U sr L I fi' .' wr- - .IE f ' " SB . I . . Lil i i I Left to Right, First Row, Linda johnson, Sherry Baker, John Ov land, Brad Holcombe, jackie Horton and Penny Pearson. Second Row: Toni Merrill, Judy Wilson, Bill Wallace, Lon Golni- Barbara Bauer and Sue Werner. Third Row: jane Thomason, Peggy Selover, Chad Gledhill, Den Kennan, Sandra Pettibone, and Virginia Gowder. 'Q ,. sv l Y Y 4 4 X LJ .. 1 T, T' .K 1- 5 , 1 JA! l tl 3 V! , Q ' A L i -, J 1+ . , ' 2 H ll .. i J Ev' .ali ixrrh Row: Virginia Smith, Shirley Rose, Bob Roenicke, Pat lard, Judy Boldt, and Diane Snow. th Row: Anna Fagerlin, Sue Hooper, Les Janka, Ben Prinz, ris Murray, and Lola Lopes. nh Row: Jeanne Ferguson, Carene Mignacco, Jack Schroeder, .y Raynesford, Phil Waggener, Bonnie MacDonald, and Joyce ull. YCCIHSII Yeomen is the Sophomore Men'-s Honor Service Organization. Fifteen men of high academic standing who have shown willing- ness to serve their fellow students and the program of the Uni- versity are chosen in the latter part of their freshman year to serve during the following year. Under first semester president, Dennis Keenen, the group spon- sored the Freshman Retreat and published football programs. In their role of official greeters for the University, the group aided on such occasions as Parents' Day and Publications Day. In the spring semester, the Yeomen gave two 5113250 scholarships to worthy students, assisted in the Hong Kong Project, and pre- sented the Sophomore of the Year Award and the Senior Service Award. The group assisted the Spurs with the Spring Spree. YEOMEN PRESIDENT, Par Lilard i 'fi 2 Y? 332 11 Elk l 0 4 ,i. Ars..-1, 'bv VNV Sigma amma Epsi on Members of the Sigma Gamma Epsilon, the national Honorary Earth Sciences Society, are: Kneeling: Co-sponsor, Dr. Floyd XXfilliams, Guy Burge, Luis Yen, Martin Dickey, jay Hodges, Dave Del Mar, jack Waters, and Ed Harris: stand- ing: Don Kennedy, George Vorpagel, Henry Dillon, Marshall Peterson, Allan Hagood, Ralph Pray, Gerry Nicoll, jim Taylor, jim Johnston, and Co-sponsor, Dr. Stephen Dana. Alpha Phi Gamma Members of Alpha Phi Gamma, t national honorary society for i,ournz ists, are, seated: Dirk Werkinan, B1 Smith, Loren johnson, Virginia Go' der, and jerry Tinker: standing: Ste Broiles, Dave Allison, Dr. Stanl Freiberg, sponsor. lun'- -s C. S.'T.A. Members of the California Student Teachers' Association are addressed by Russell J. Haclwiger, vice-president of the southern section of the CSTA. Listening are, row 1: John Solter, Sandy Hansen, Barbara Kratsch, Cathy French, Joanne Kuhns, and Pat Smith: row 2: Barbara Morrison, Janice ates, Judy King, Janet Glover, Bob renshaw, and Zelie Rozeng row 3: Phronso Frazier and Carol Hicks. Delta Alpha Student members of this honor society which promotes scholarship and friendship among students, faculty, and alumni are Ann Fleshman, Dan Smolen, Donna Knox, Norm Yetman, Jack Huneke, and Marshall Peterson. A grade point of 3.75 is required for membership. Not shown: Carole Crofts and Judy Dunbar. 91 1? ,.. - CL-.gr as gh p J-,.....+. inf' Members of Theta Alpha Pi, the University's honorary drama society, are: Row l: Mrs. Bertha n Johnson, Mr. Al johnson, Linda Modyman, Vivian Bridges, Nancy Russell, Nancy Kimball. P ay 1 Row 2: Dennis Tarr, jim Orr, Jack Lasher, Phil Robb, Clark Armstrong, Carl Wilson, Wes Rolley. Row 3: Paul Peterson, Darrel Haun. l l rf lx l rl Y ,, X Q l - .. ' , i ' , . . X f A 5 f PS1 1 ' l 3 ,f 5 l ,. ' ' l Qin ' . 'EW " Tx Psi Chi members, the campus' honorary society of psychology, are: Seated: Ruth Ellis, Dick Lehman ,Eleanor Hopper, Ken Harrison. Standing: Paul Kirk, Barbara Becl-zus. Alpha Mu 81111118 Members of the honorary language fraternity are, front row: joan Barker, Gail Mungen, Bob Drake, Norman Baffreyg back row: Kathy Naff, Herb Best, Dr. Mary Coulter, Mr. Alfredo Brigola, Linda Arthur, jim Cunningham, Dr, Willianm Umbach. Miss Gertrud Jaron, Dr. Pauline Deuel, Ana Marie Fagundo, and Anne Ledbetter. J Members of the organist guild are Bon Smith, Tom Strout, Mary Kline, i Dick Miller, Miss Margaret Dow, judy Fossom, jackie Stong, Gordon ' McMillan, Mrs. Charles Hobart, Joyce Chaffee, Ruth Gifford. Betty Gates, and Phil Riddick. Miss Margaret Dow, faculty advisor, is shown at the Q harpl American Guild 0 Organists 93 f' bl!-5 av- .4-19-' ' 'W-rg . Lk. r E-r.' a--1 .4- ' ',1-05135255 T1 ..i1T'fL5,:-1,"' ,Z .,.'QT?.:. -' -.',4z',"'-4'. L-'Q' q.:,:5.v-us'.,1 , ' -4-:- tu.. -- Y. .L-'v..e--'4 .-. ' ' 4 ,xaif r' 41 '.::s.?:g-:eg1:g,,g5b.2?l5,P4 - , , 1':44:.a'1-filif-5.??" 1: , ,:.-'ff if .,g'1'..-1. -rf:,J'1q,y5., -f - . e-ff-Z . ,f-V - -if-if .fzsrasf.:'.L--'1l545,'nwggx mx. - -1.-,T--.-r.-1.2 1f:1..,:1--:Q W, il 4 , , .,',4,i,.::.f aww ' . "i 'L' w ' i - ! Y Q . f . , .-'Ei ss s -A ,-q. if .5 Q.. RC Wm irii R ME : W1 l 1 l QL.-. , - , 5 rf -e55.2?li?3fl ' , W ' Democrats Young Democrats are: Dave Shikles, jackie Reeder, and Larry Scadden. ll l' N XS. Members of the International Relations Club, whose objective is furthering the understanding of people around the world, are: Tom Brook, Art Gregory, Bob Binkley fstanclingj, Bonnie Strote, Lucy Wasileuska, and Lisanudclin Daud. Republicans John Hart confers with State Assemblyman Beaver. Other young Republicans are: john Hart, Kathy Paul, Lucy jackson, and Dave Meeker. M S , 1 ' 1.4, JG'- ww- , 5. 4 I' P :P Q .. V .-" . gf , , Religious -Drganizationbm 1 L . ISV 2. .. ullzliiggix X 5 3 fn. ll l' M, wifi: P'CF"-53' ,Q fill ll N N M H Combined Greek Orgs Commit- tee members include: jim Gibbs, Helen Nielsen, Rev. Robert Rahn fspeakerj Rev. Clarence Downing, Janet Gibbs, Don Inlay. 97 Seated: Mr. Carl Doss, Mr. Forrester. Standing: Barb Natelborg. Carole York, Carol Rabenstein, jean Ford, Regina Inslee, Sue Werner University Christian Fellows ip Christian Activities Counci Members of the Christian Activi- ties Council, which coordinates campus religious programs, are: Sue Archbald, janet Thorpe, Bar- bara Natelborg, Rev. Downing, Ken Hatt, Don Inlay. E-.S Canterbury Dr. Mary Coulter fleftj, sponsor of this Episcopal group, is shown with Jackie Stong, Margaret Blount, Jim Bethell, Caroline Gra- ham. Westminster Members of the Westminster group, led by the Reverend Max Ullom of the Presbyterian Uni- versity Church, are: Front Row: Rev. Max Ullom, Ann Metter, Margie Potier. Hugh Wim, Judie Brodie, Carolee Baker. Chris Rubel. Back Row: Dave Allison, Mimi Seatle, Sue Whitlo, Norm Naylor. ss"N my Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship speaker. Dr. Masumi Toyotome discusses with Noel Van Ness, Julie Mapes, and Carolyn Wardrip current religious problems. Dr. Toyotome appeared for the annual IVCF lecture series in March. Song leader Russ Warne leads Wesley members in singing at the University Methodist Church. W esley I Ln L i ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,, ,, 1 ' ' Sponsor of this Catholic organization, Miss Gertrud jaron, is shown with its olhcers: Dick Verdon, Vice-Presidentg Rick Bird, N I 1, first semester Presidentg and Ed Collin, Secretary-Treasurer. u E: 4? i 1 it , Christian Science Club members are front row: Cecila Buch- man, Mary Lee Reed, Janis Yates anti Gail M ngeng back ro : ' ' ' Dave Reed, Jim Mills, and aiu suddaby. U W I1St1El11 CICIICC ix rdif ll X , 'ff' Q I Linda Perry-Fall President Sharon Huston Holladay-Spring Pres. For the fortieth year of its history, the women of Beta Lambda Mu enthusiastically entered into another year of campus activities. Characteristic of the Beta spirit was their homecoming entry depicting a family on their way to the fair with "High Hopes" of winning a blue ribbon. High- lighting the fall activities the members and their escorts enjoyed a Belgian dinner at the Villa Frascati followed by dancing at the popular Palladium. Other enjoyable events were held with the alumni at the Homecoming luncheon and the annual Christmas dinner. An Easter Egg Hunt was again sponsored for the children of University Village. On Mother's Day the parents of the actives were honored at a picnic given for them in Sylvan Park. An interesting evening was hosted for the Betas by the Deltas at the annual spring get-together of the two groups. Secret Sisters revealed themselves at the last meeting before honoring the seniors at the graduation breakfast hosted by the alumni. Beta amlstla 11 'ful NF' a YY 1'x . . I4 -t M.. 1 A K.. ,iv 1 , Judy Howe Carolyn Hughes Mary Foster Betty Gates 102 Sue Rechsteiner jean Savage IN K , P i 'Cf Donna Knox-Fall President Eadean Stark-Spring President The women of the Alpha Theta Phi Sorority, en- joyed another very active year. The traditional BMOC breakfasts, held each semester honoring the men lead- ers on campus, were well attended. A fun-hlled eve- ning was enjoyed by Theta's and their dates at an informal hay ride and weiner roast party in the fall. A more formal party was held at the Shadow Moun- tain Club in Palm Springs later in the year. A Home- coming luncheon was attended 'by the active members and alums in the fall. An alum dinner was held in the spring. The year's activities were closed by the parents tea and the traditional dinner honoring the senior members of Alpha Theta Phi. ' , , an 'Q VE? 7 itt' -4 Priscilla Blake Pat Bosch Janet Ciocca Jean Ciocca P 5 his Alpha Theta Phi 769 5 SAE" , 77 mimi ,Ck fqix Gay , " 5 . . 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NY: ,'- Kari l I lx ,X 'L D 'Sw ' x 9' 'Yi A M91 ,india If gf- ,mx ,if - 1 M- XY? V Il 'fix 'W lle ? " or .ff we A'," 5 ai . Nia ,A.' ,J , .V -.-- IR for ,aww-if-54 .M n ,aw H . 33 'fsr- 1. il 'stun- A Jil, J Linda Kenney Kennedy Pat Killeen Lola Lopes PSC M21CF21rlaI'1d Marti Markwyn Ellen Mayr Marcia Meeker Nancy jo Moore 105 Ruth Morris Alice Mewborn Penny Pearson Barbara Plachy Melinda Ross Eve Rutishauser Judy Smith Pat Steele in--.-., yvly S' 3' Q s sin 1151 , 4 I' YQ v ,. in lv Z digg' Alpha -H-'X 1"-'V N. 3 V r 1, - V ' - ' - H: f Wi, 'fxkll,3x,f""4iQ"3' 'r Y ' A 'ivy ff' at , ' -- I 4,-...Q ' Q, 695 HIT' 'w G. 'P . ,R , gf' 24 7 4311: -ay: Lynn Steward Susan Terry Sue Thompson Gail Sutphen Sue Swim jean Wagley Janie Watson Linda Townsend Nancy Van Dorin Judy Wilsoxm 106 1 V . A 'iv' 'Cf' N , Polly Townsend' -V-Fall President joan Hnbhick-Spring President Alpha Sigma Pi, founded in 1914, had another fun-pack- d year under the leadership of Polly Townsend and Joan abbick. "Artists and Models" was the theme for the fall banquet and fashion show. On Homecoming Day the Sigma's entertained their alums with a luncheon and a q'Moonshiner's" float. The fall informal, "Come as you Were," was held at the Yucaipa Riding Club. The Lei Lei Room at the Mission Inn in Riverside was the oriental scene for the fall formal. The alums hosted a birthday uncheon for the members at the beautiful Stuft Shirt estaurant in Upland. The spring formal was held at the Club San Moritz in Crestline. In April the Sigma's had an -overnight at the Hamilton House in Laguna. L ' N fun.. Alpha Sigma Pi qv L , -Q vt . 15. ragga K1 , . L X ' ' J . 'gt ig v f '55 rf -1 5 f A sg I-. l l ga-N :N Na! E fs: as .. .. ,..4,,A., ...,,..... L.-Y . , 7!N git!! fe'- 4-"" x , 'D' I ' U' - 4 . 'J h -5 W A ivfil li ae: H ?: Qi .14 ' .5 .I . ," T, Q Q me rw Tas if ig. - 6.5- 4 f ,fi 'S :sages 5x Jeanne Bilder Virginia Boardman Linda Arthur Valerie Adler Betty Bowen Marilyn Bruce Iudy Bogle Sherry Baker Kathy Dolan Maggie Boren Marie Duffey 107 ,nv Alix 'f t 'ff i M, JWM Nylah Ebersole Carhie French Carol Harrington Linda Laurence - wwwr . jf' Ti'-'aff '5fi'1-'ffwi' N i I iw' 'K "' l W1 fx- x f XX f ill X Q X .L ta 1? . 4 of mmf: A-4-W 2325+ iff Q f W ig ,5- Q . Hi A - ' ii . W A il E.-Q 'ii l if 'No' fu' .E:7" , 'F7 1" f"' fr 7' I Q97 ,NM , 'Q V .wr ,,. 1 1 , ul - - W "' i m Yi W: -5 IB:-195 418 A ',.I 1""!-up V, 16' i vt:-9 ,iv it ., ,Q MH lg 1' Q .ji 1 ur-' , Helen Nielsen Peggy Nielsen Linda Nordin Florence Nygaard Kay Raynesforcl Jacque Reamer Shirley Rose Risa Selover Elaine Simmons Ginny Smith Diane Snow Suzi Stice janet Thorpe Nancy Warburton Nelda Watson Ian Wliite Ruth Ellis-Fall President Lillian Kohler-Spring President Under the leadership of Ruth Ellis, fall parties were held at the Huntington-Sheraton Hotel and the San Moritz Club. A Homecoming float was entered in the annual parade and alumni were hosted at the Home- coming Tea. Lillian Kohler led sisters in activities beginning with the Barbershop Quartet Contest and the Birthday Luncheon. The spring parties were held at Soboba Hot Springs and the Shadow Mountain Club in Palm Springs. End- ing the year was the traditional Senior Farewell dinner. ,'V Alpha Xi Qmicron ".. fir.-'ez Cs 3 ' 'TT--ifrl ' E'1'i.:E. .' '- :fir 'vt 'Q-'iv .1 5,121 5 1, ' E'-. 4-1 ' 'Lzifffi 'gQg'?P7li'?5f,i,J: .k?1... . U. ru. ,!. ,,.v , gl-fig -C: - Q w -if 1 . 11 "" - ' r'i,E A t1t.,. f V. ' 4 lat- L r-:J Yolanda Blozan Deanna Boen Carol Cummings Lois Dodge Barbara Barlow jean Calvert Joanne Dunbar N"li' Sonja Berkley Marilyn Clark Ioan Eberth 2 E252 5 :QF S? Marilyn Matson Anne Meador Toni Merrill Carene Mignacco Nancy Millen Nancy Miller Marilyn Nickman Molly O'Brien Carol Ann Pearce Marion Phillips Sharon Pickett Sandy Pieper ,,-.f- Y V v . -5.4-' ny, x. C3 pr' 'Zim Tyan- 1- FK sri' ' l f "2'N1v limi fa X 5. G.: Linda Reeder Paula Rotola j fer! Sally Staub Ann Stewart Flip, Alpha Xi Qmicron , gs A ff-' S N. .+R - ff! .J iz! K , FTA P ,,-mg, . 4 if " al, '?'pl,, K I , M: v ' it fi ."' 'ull .P +-A R YI A il, JA 5 uf. i I ' S ' an, ,A V N -4 A ' S. V rig - x my V .5 ... fi YU! I 'fi XX .3 . 17,1 li'lM'YlA"V '3' 1 V , -.,,xg .5i-' '-HWLANAA I 1' ' , l ,vw ' ' Q Ae..-vw M 'Qi Q 55-f' f' Deanna Taylor Gaye Tucker Estelle Williams Ida Thorman Williamson ' Fffggjrffffi K -1:--1 4 V f' Q aw P a 5'-fa il . axilgy-i' Q' 5 W A , ,, l 'xl E e- . Roberta Vallon Barbara Whitfield 113 Delta Kappa Psi f"'- 1--+ 4 -C327 'r . 1-. C ly " if -a-'. Q . ffs gag-, Vll"l ,f " 4 - , I. - E N I xi' e Ax far Q' -pl-P" 1'-DL. A 11 Sue Archbald janet Anderson Barbara Bauer Sharon Boling Iean Camfield Gloria Campbell l 'CI""' i W . Ann Thomason-Fall President judy Graves-Spring President During the fall, parties for Delta Kappa Psi mem- bers and dates were held at the Shadow Mountain Club and Yucaipa Riding Club. The Delta float placed third in Homecoming competition. Spring activities were highlighted by the first place trophy in the Kappa Sigma Sigma Trio Contest. The El Mirador in Palm Springs and Arrowhead Springs Hotel provided the setting for the spring parties while the Mentone Inn was the scene of the Alum Dinner. The Birthday Alum Luncheon was held at Disneyland. 'Ilhe annual Delta Daisy Ring was once again an out- standing event. Graduating seniors were honored with a breakfast at Azure Hills Country Club. 24 '- v"" "f 3. new was ' -U i f . ' I X . f'N 2 HN 'es' N Mary Bristow Lynne Butler Sandy Cerato Mary Edith Cline 'Q ri! Wifi sf'-Q- W- V V' . 5 N. ,Av .- . W f. CBN .,r., ..-or J . 313. . I i f w-my l V Avg' fin fd, FF . rum :ff iw: YN, xi few -fw 1- 7 'X . 11 wi--v L 4- 'l N "H ... , H.i'EQ.gri"' xii X ii:-ffi gx.. i fy, i' i -, 495 E il :ax f-at K 5 I 'J 1 1 ' '3 W Q IRL ' N 'Y' ff' I I GRN' of 6 an 'lu' Er' Ann Comwell Betty Craven Sharalee Cressaty Janet Dormns Cummings Kay Davidson Liz Drake Karen Earhart Phyllis Eggen Anna Fagerlin Sandra Gerges Carol Griffith Kay Hansen 'I-63 Carole Crofts Judy Dunbar Jeri Frantz 1 1 5 Linda. Hart ,, ,J 1. W. M F3 CSR 325151 M afsJ:frfg4g-ag ,. Fm. 5 . f' LM.,,,,:ge-QQLAYQJQ: giQ,4:,A5,:w yn fa,:fi,VZ:i gi' - ,-A-Afiilifz sz: 1 mil 131:-"' W. 1 ln,-x:M::5Eif 'P f' Qt air' 'H M, 1 V of iff' W' ,, F A 1 I Sf cs , , X 1 1. 'Et 5 Nu 2 Ili z 'vw ff? , 11 'gf Qi: gf ,, . ., , ,51- gn 4 ,,,1 L,,L,.1' - IWW. 1, 452146 :iz - WM. - I 15' .4 -., f 1- 1 , ,IT- ,,. .fn G ,Aw- pagwj K QW' ' V . S M Y ' 2, .- ,.,. , .. ,grim r , fin? 'ui 4Qf,x'Q-1 L js 11 4. it ,aux Georgia Higgins Linda johnson Iamay Martin Chris Murray Nancy H011 Pat McCreary Nancy Iviills Linda Nelson Linda Houghton Sharon McKenzie Irene Morioka Loma Netten I' L-,w.l, 4 ,. , , f"YgLf!E5Q- 1 -as 41N , , ,W . 'Q I N 'lm if QQ Q-VW?" .1 5' H.-1 "H,-Y-15 'Irlpbvgvazf Kathy johnson Bonnie MacDonald Nancy Morris Carol Peck -lx Delta Kappa Psi AMEMW I'-I V .fffm , .5 I Y f' 1- ,A . 'ips ' 'J XE' ,H -af 'v YT"'9' N - F.-4 xy W ii , . Vw . Q, V Njqgw 'Ill Q ,, Tx . 5 f 21- 75 ' , H' ll' I I 1, 1 ' .V - Peggy Sclover Judi Simpson Marie Stevens Marian Taylor june Gharst Wcaxtherfcnrd Carmi Wenngrbefg , , Q l I .A I ,QQ .Uh u vel'-ry """f" H fiat fan 17' Judy PEClCl13m Jane Romney jackie Singer joan Stabbert Iane Thomason Marcie Vincent Sally Wiescliendorf Patti Willis AM 'Q Darrell Basore-Fall President Ray Schneider-Spring President Chi Sigma Chi The men of Chi Sigma Chi 'began a successful yearn by walking off with the first place trophy for the bes float in the Homecoming parade. The float, "Holiday Fun," featured a huge orange pumpkin against a background of a field of straw. The float drew com- ments from those along the parade route with its re- volving eyes and smoke coming from the pumpkin's stem. A Hawaiian motif provided a romantic setting as a enthusiastic pledge class entertained members an guests at the fall informal which was held in a privat home. Both the fall and spring rush parties were held at Painted Canyon near Salton Sea. The Chi Sigs wel comed 1960 with a party at Zuma Beach and -on Ma 6th celebrated the 24th birthday of the fraternity wit a hay ride at Yucaipa. Continuing the variety of th year, the brothers of Chi Sigma Chi enjoyed a snowy! overnight at Big Bear and a spring informal at Knottl Berry Farm following a western theme. The annual Charm Girl Contest provided one oil the highlights of the social calendar with six cone testants who entertained those attending the dress dinner. E2 if lil- Q- J 'ti-..-"' ""? Lee Fisher Stan Anderson bruce Beyne Doug Grossman Al Hoslett LOYCD Johnson 118 1 ziggy Mike Young Steve Yung 'tr Dick Lehman Gerry Nicoll Dave Sinnott Ron Smith Chuck Tadlock Al Wilber , Completing fifty years of activity, Pi Chi, the P1 first fraternity at Redlands, finished a successful year in "Pike', tradition. Under the leadership of 11 . fall semester president jim Taylor, Pi Chi began C 1 1 , Spring President at the luxurious Los Coyotes Country Club. r y ' C P President Ralph Pray initiated spring semester activities with the rush i party at the Apple Valley Inn Country Club. The spring informal, one of the highlights of the social calendar, was held at Arrowhead Springs. Surf "flicks" were sponsored by the fraternity at the Little Theater, and the spring overnight was held at Santa Barbara. The alumni reunio-n in May, held at Chino Country Club, proved to be another memorable Pi Chi party. The fraternity has purchased new furniture, and is looking forward to 1961 for another year of growth and expansion. Ralph Pray har' . E73- l . w C ,,.,, We 'S vm. A, l GR' qi , 5,4 " f w . l P .- -... 1 'rr' " it 1' L ?""" Wt' if Mike Amsbry Bruce Armstrong Dan Armstrong Bill Bacon John Bradshaw Darryl Brock Tim Burroughs David Caldwell james Corley Mal Curry Fred Gowland Walt Heinecke 13 ,. - , . . - A., ,....l4.:...,-.. M-, -V ,V-i,,.,-.7 lf. - V -.f- ,- -V--Y-,011-W---mq-sg? 'R ,A .ID key - 4 I ,lg .5 12,94 'G' sv -1 'V 'Qu-.Q- vb' 'sv' ,.-fr' mv?-' -GT?" . Way- I' l S-e' I' ' 4' I ' 'T '- t my l . , 1' H' W L :'f1x,,,,g 4, 'Q Q : ' , f? , , fl --l . .4 ,ef -"":Fs5Nie:?:5?55 f 1,-ff: :REI-'::1a '43?,:',,57-'E-.mfrg Q Q, ' ff::. L..-iss 33 l Bill Hoese jim johnston jim Keech Don Kennedy Dennis McCall Paul McGibbons Ernie Nelson Ken Nies Tom Niquette Don Orr Ron Sandys Roger Severson 121 Pi Chi 5' ,qi 47 531 v K , Hai FM " - " x 'Q I " ' I ff, 5 , YM' 4 if SQ wi T" if-. . A ' " EVN 'Y ii, Nick Thomas Richard Townsend Ron Unzelman Bruce Vandegrift Bob West Ron Wiggle Mike Williams Lee Woodill Luis Yen Kappa Sigma Sigma l' "" j t ll sw M ani' Claude Sharp-Fall President Paul Ward-Spring President Highlighting the social events for Kappa Sigma Sigma was the Spring Informal at the frat house. Other parties enjoyed by the Kappa Sigs were the Fall and Spring Overnights at the snow and beach respectively, and the Fall Informal at Palm Springs. One party which particularly stands out as a success and is sure to become an annual affair was the Father and Son Banquet, The Kappa Sigma Sigma Trio Con- test provided successful entertainment for the student body, with the trio from Delta Kappa Psi winning the trophy. Although the Kappa Sigs lost their cham- pionship in intra-mural football this year, they retained their championship in basketball. lit K K' -inf V , ul-f' Mr R,-. r Ray Barker Gary Casella Bill Flanagan Bob Gates jim Clark Roger Dermocly Iohn Greenield Don Haskell 123 Chad Gledhill Lon Golnick Dave Homer Dave James Jack McCririe Pete McDonald Doug Matrox jerry Neuman Fred Niedermeyer john Parrott Ben Prins Fred Prius Al Ritchie Bob Roenicke 124 'MQ . I I . 'ag' f '5"w,v ' ,-,I , -yx, Elia?" --I so Y ,W 45 fd.-1 Oki. hp' 'vsp -:erm , 'U' N... Yr:-rs "ings ' in 1 Kappa Sigma Sigma l 'K 'wi 1' 71"- gr' Wi 1- sf' -121' W' shrub' '-R ,Env Thi Bill Roethlisberger jack Schroeder Bob Simms Ron Spence Gary Steflens Steve Taylor Gary Van Osclel Bill NVallace Bill Fox 125 f 'N' ' 'kj :.::::sis3:.: 1 ww. .,.,.,55:5-' l 1' fifs, . ,ii25E5Z551::: ici 'J' la ra- Curtis Cook-Fall President jim Quast-Spring President Azure Hills Country Club in Riverside was the site of various sports, entertainment, and dinner for fall and spring rushees of Alpha Gamma Nu. The men of Alpha Gamma Nu and their dates traveled to the mountains for one overnight and to the beach for the other while informals were held at Azure Hills and at the frat house. Filling out a year the men of Alpha Gamma Nu are very proud of, was a workday which netted 35200.00 for Hong Kong, the Gamma Nu sponsored "All College Noel" climaxing the campus Christmas spirit, election time, plus other social and service activities in which the men of Alpha Gamma Nu are interested. .- i if ' sg' f 'l l i 1 ',: 'NES . "S I 'Q 3 Q x Clark Armstrong Guy Burge Don Dickenson Dick Eiles Alpha 61111116 11 as l i, fb' Arif' !i Qi? 'Fl""vo Viv' ' VI lf Q 0 i ' ' 7,31 . ' XI W ' I ' " Q . A Sunni' , 1 ,- f- 4 ti 'z..1,a,-- Jfrl-gi fi 'X ':!"'E?k2'1:v t2trzt,t1'f1Qig?fiFsEgiir. ,:.:,- fig .3-'.4,v.,,-.lr i"'cL:73,i5-fklraf i 'fi-.uk WL-i.','??fl"'1:?f'by s',fQ.f115 'gt-.j-Z.-31.93,yy I uffiii., 51 l Bob Adams john Anderson Doug Detweiler joe Dial Bob Erikson Rollin Grider ,J Sul 'KN 1 ,wx am wTT""'fY '-'nr' -1-'A' -gifs X X! '!?,f,.-1-.ff ef ' M 'x ffl if . 0 5 K- V h K 5XVi'i'gl f "1Q4ff5i. kwfx H vE':1'i.lq' vlslllux i s . G A ' of if 165 156, 'erm-w., Tasman. . M' gd' W - f4i Ks: Ken Hall Bill Hamcler Dave Hauser Chuck Hudson Don Inlay Las janka Stan Iustl Steve Kellogg Paul Kirk Tony Knox Dick Lanham Tom Mallory 127 Wzxyne Miller john Overland Marshall Peterson Bill Plachy Alpha 1, 211111118 fix "uf-1 .V fi N'-Q-In-5 Uv, ft. N , I Ui, 11 , 77. ,- " 'ik A ke -' 1,41 - - - Q i :::i,5- 1 111 if ? -7' , "fk iisiflis iaiifl 'kk' 5. fs: 11. , i 1 isis? Ev , 1 11 1 kv' 5 W fr ,, SEL 1 K 'K , ls'-53? I ii . 54012. - W -viii 241 1 .x . . . FF , " D :fl I 121 '- l- . ,,... 1 ., f .w J l r N H ,fi U1el"m,1' 5? A' W' 'U' Y' fs' -9--" -.-a.. 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'B -47 Drama directors Bertha and Albert Johnson 1959 - 60 Drama Program On television, on coast to coast tour, and on campus, U of R drama scored resounding hits this season, as activity and audiences bulged the seams of the Little Theatre on the Zanja. Wfith major productions, Saroyan's "Cave Dwellers," fHomecomingj, and G. B. Shaw's "Candida," QSpringj, sold out in advance, and student directed studio performances played to overflow crowds, di- rectors Albert and Bertha johnson, added new sets of plans to their stack of blue prints for that new theatre which awaits only the flutter of some angel's check book. Of the two Drama Trios, the Alpha unit, composed of Linda Modyman, Phil Robb, and Dale Rott, made the sixth annual cross continent tour, during spring recess, premiering Professor johnson's new play "The People vs. Christ," fpreviewed earlier at Arrowhead Springs Hotelj, in Boston and playing fifteen engagements from their repertoire of five playsg and the Beta unit, composed of Vivian Lee Bridges, Carl Menifee Wi'lson, and Paul Peterson, made a TV film in color, took a west coast tour during semester break, and will be in residence for a six week season at Green Lake, Wisconsin this summer. The season's Senior Thesis productions included "The Diary of Anne Frank" directed by Barry Martin and Moliere's "The School for Husbands," directed by Phil Robb. Drama Day, annual feature of Writers' Week, sponsored by Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary Drama fraternity, brought stage artists Arhtur Peterson and Norma Ransom to the campus along with Dr. Lowell Lees of Utah U and Kendrick Wilson of Omaha Community Playhouse for inspiring sessions, and it was the occasion for the premiere of the winning plays in the annual playwriting contest, first award going to Kenneth Lewis for his "Fog," second to Robert Erickson, for his "Blessed Are The Meek," and third to Vivian Lee Bridges, for her "Outcast" DC KUR ualit Radio Top: Richard Thomson, jack Russell, Peter Balch, Richard Lindheim, Roger Akey, Bar- bara Natelborg, Ken Masuda, and john Fran- cis. .- Q! N? i ri ee 'lisa 9. Q Q.. ..,-fl ,' A - . ff,- ,I A I 0 I Q ' 0 I ' F L L I This year, under the manage- ment of Chuck Pyron, Rich Lindheim, Roger Akey, jack Russell, and Pete Balch, Radio. Station KUR, serving the stu- dents of Redlands University, has undergone a great improve- ment. With the adoption of new equipment, a ten watt hi-fidelity transmitter has been installed in each dorm. In the studio a stereo control panel is now in use. KUR, with an additional transmitter in the dorms, would be capable of stereo program- ming. The biggest improvement is in the quality of the programs themselves. With the accent on a "professional touch" KUR has become quality radio. In the turntable, descending: Peter Balch, Publicity Manager, Chuck Py- ron, Adviserg jack Russell, Production Directorg and Roger Akey, Assistant Station Manager. Top Right: Rich Lindheim, Station Manager. i "' ' 5115, :W- . ,. ,.......' ::T'e-----..,.L -: - , , 1 ., at I N .- "ig-5-1 ,r,,52.,y5q -s-mg:..T:: ITff7,, , Y -Liv . , .V-.6 yg -, - . i 1, ky ' ' . '1 1 ll X S' P ev Z5 9. .f 'x -1 ,N f N. n' 3, T7 V? Til, Row 1: Marcey Francis, Betty Hare, Ella Roberti, Lavon Rubel, Alice Pettersen, Nancy Harri- son. Row 2: Sue Grove, Marilyn Jensen, Penny Ketron, Beth Lynn, Beverly Sharp, Cindy Ward, Judy Shomaker. Row 3: Sandy Nelson, Phyl Buursma, jerry Finley, Ida Williamson, Jean Sav- age, Freda Millard, Darlene Smolen, joan Wilkinson. xv-- R ew Above: The Village takes on a "new look." As old units are removed, concrete block buildings replace them. Right: Children enjoy Santa's visit at annual Christmas party sponsored by Wives Club. -JL.,-v-""' .3 lid 1 1 J, .. S, niversity Village 'i:nr' ,151 Students, Fnculty, Administrators P 1 us le Forest Home retreat G The purpose of the retreat is Larry to get stu sitions of dents that are m po- IDCIITY lS coll fl 'Ig-,,,. R EDLATVUIS "AU-American" Rating 195859 ms t ,emi Le: LLDQG 1 Vol. 45 No. 7 UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS, REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA Monday, October 26, 1959 so , ,W , , ,W , , E' ...av ...lt 1, uns.. .ng vvutuv nsviuuvu 1 tudy in music, art speech, and Goals vhyscial education, which Sives T . E N . Phenornena' Grown' rim an auefom backgfemd- enresentutlves lect ew Officers - Although my Smdenfs wo-d-f,,,. - I S eech Correction Tern whether a college "name", such as I A1527 .,, L ' , - V C p . . . large university or well known A V -' ' ' 'f'7'n':'5 " I U ollege, plays a big part in estab- r" "'i 57 - p. nl lshing a good teaching position, , H , M- Vest felt that the reputation of the K' 0 'embl - , lk i ol1ege's education department is Q1 1,1521-3 , ' Q ' 1 7 s Iffuil 1' it , il ' If kv 'A X I 'N ljeriiltix -V7Zf in n thi X 'li X ierso: X rginiax of XX , 'NN H:- urxegn service in l'SI'lLlCIgJll las been stationed in France, Al- eria, Peru, England, Burma and Iorway. He averaged about three ears service at each of his posts. Although his job entailed exten- ive traveling, Anderson noted that 0 pen cent of the Foreign Serv- :e officers are employed in Wash- gton, D. C. 'N 'hit x the creed , . .- ,,, ::55:,g:..,::gg. k rorma Tinker sen and John Bradshaw: Phyl lj Be' Joyc-i Fair Nan igtonl ensont ldwori .over. 1 Calif Hanf' sen and Dave Shikles' Cortnei egentatives, Hall-Tom Finger, Lance Foun 528,000 ders Hall-Ray Chambers, Tong Top: Joann Woodward, Anne Led- better, and Bon Smith. Bottom: jim Orr, Editor-in-chief Dirk Werkman, and Student Advisor jerry Tinker. -A Tfv-:Av carl Tnn Krfflzfillonf 'Rlalv-OS' m. 101 -4. lllle sa X rlno The UR Band will play host to the San Diego State Band on Satur- day on the university athletic field for halftime ceremonies during the football game. The two groups will feature a salute to San Diego State, a sha- dow routine and a salute to Red- lands. bUIl.l,d.l.lVU uuiu uiuvciany vuipge. Off-campus students at present have not met to elect a represen- tative. The meeting marked the House of Representatives' second year of extistence. It was organized by the Student Council last year "in re- sponse to a need for better com- munication between students and the Student Council." Tom Koetz was the speaker of the house last year. The First' Ollve at Dr. Frank B. Morning Sunday, Oct. 18: Message 11: 00-Student Bus mere mortals oppose the will of the gods, all -dissenters eventuaily dis- appeared or were disposed of. Everyone lived happiy ever after in their secure, sterile world. E. Russell Warne ur Ea em miie reason may we advocate its abol- ishment for penal purposes. The editorial has also warned us of associating the abolishment of the death penalty with a "man like Chessmanf' I ask the author: 5 - ,W . . 8 ll' . ' vi' O' - GL V' Umverslty 4? H, l PRFS' "All-American" Rating 1958-59 Editorials and features in the "Redlands Bulldog" can reflect only the opinions of the writers. In no way can they represent the opinions of the University or of the Associated Students. 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Remember there is a charge for any changes made from the copy as you have typed it here. This copy proofread by 1,5 -it "N - X --,,,f.',. 14 f - . A, Yi'f'1'5 1960 32 ' mx.. - . ..a, . .. l DAVE UTTER, Sports GARY KEEVER and LOREN FINLEY, Photographers 5:1- 40' T1-' NX ' I L-:Lu a .A O-ww-- AW " iw-J"" ,.:f. A X , ' ' Eff-if'.?ilf X '- "-'f:i,ff, . A ' -fp fh . aff A - ' - I ww-1 - '5" LOIS THORPE, Artist DOUG WHITE and TOM GOODWYN, Ads. DOUG HAIRGROVE, Activities 141 an i ri-- J ,WSF . 1. Xi, N x K2-' 4 , . 1 uiiqfil 4' lil ir ' gp l i l W, li 7i f QQ, 'X-1 7 ,ggi Ron Styn, Larry Pool, Bill Held, john Seiter, jim Scherer, Gene Nelson, Bruce 011211 Hall Dams' l l S x I ,dfnfi ,JL- 'L ff' DOR ff i ' A ' a Dave Price, Mrs. Schaefer, Phil Waggener, Tom Finger, Bob Adams, Lance Gilbertson, Chuck Hudson, john Bradshaw. 142 f,,, lx 41 Xu ,sw '7""? f5 T7 :1 GJ- C? 'X Ni S? Nl ...-od ,Er .Nl +1 fx Row 1: Sharon Bolin. Row 2: jan Dowler, Penny Pearson, Carol Griffith, Linda Kennedy, Risa Selover, Sandy Petterbone. Row 3: Shirley Rose, Irene Morioka, Marilyn Van Slyke, Kay , , Ruynesford, Kathy johnson, Sandy Cerato, Nancy Morris, Lois Dodge. COU CIL Melrose qr Ron Spence, Gary Casella, Brian Marshall, Dave Dunning. -fa. G WJ? l 1 egg 1h..1Y.,:.., lu V l 5 .:.-. li-' tra l , ,.f"'2w gg? . Row 1: Joann Woodward, jane Bridges, June Totten. C1 Row 2: Sue Hooper, Kathy Blacksten, Yolanda Blozan, Virginia Boardman, Lynn Steward Carol Pearce. judy Francis, Carol Cummings. Nancy Millen, Sue Hancock. An Row 3: Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Tucker. 'wk g. . ' w N 1. X A A 9.1 . l L .f-lfsrrii' . HH. " ' l . , .uliciliw 1 L: V , , Wu C 'Chi' -V , L- ' . t L " j x 5 , , ,. - rossmont 144 -,yi 'Q bfi Row 1: Barbie Deeds, Bette Schwitzgebel, Carole York, Merry Devore. Row 2: Judy Tucker, Carolyn Olsen, Nancy Goldsworthy, Annetta Watson, S . .. .- 6 ff 'J xi 'Kim lllllullm ! 65111lllLl.AX'AWWlz N Q X UW .X L UR 20 35 0 45 15 21 41 55 16 14 Season Record Cal Western La Verne Arizona Flagstaff Cal Tech San Diego State Pomona Claremont-Mudd Occidental Cal Poly fPomonaj Whittier O 6 0 6 0 19 7 8 i 8 20 42 Row 1: Tim Burroughs, Roger Chaney, Darrel McKibban, Roger Severson, Jeff Cobbe, Dan Armstrong, Bill Wfallace, john Parrott, Larry Mercandante, jerry Neumann, Phil Passno, and Steve Carter. Row 2: Gary Steffens, john Wallace, Tom Niquette, Fred Niedermeyer, Dick Miller, Don Kennedy, Rollin Grider, Mike McKinnon, Doug Smith, Norm Yetman, Gary Troyer, and Carl Varsity Foothallers Tim Burroughs breaks loose for big gain. Tim was selected to All SCIAC conference first team and received the "most valuable back" award from the Redlands team. Finishing with a 4-1 conference record, the Uni- versity of Redlands football squad ended the season in second place behind the Poets of Whittier. Cal Western and La Verne, non-conference rivals, fell before the powerful Bulldog attack. In the next outing Redlands and Arizona battled to a 0-0 tie for most of the game, but the Aztecs pushed across the winning tally late in the contest for a 6-0 win. Cal Tech was the opening conference opponent but the Engineers proved no match for the Bulldogs in a 45-0 runaway. In other conference outings Po- mona, Claremont-Mucld, and Occidental could not contain the Bulldogs. These games gave Redlands a 4-0 record and set the stage for the finale against Whittier. Ace Poet quarterback, Gary Campbell, 1 proved to be the difference with his pin-point pass- Belzins First row: Carol Erickson, Rosalie Blake, Carol Schowalter, Barbara Bolles, and Melody Kobayashig 'second row: Robin Wilson, Janice Hemphill, Chris Harris, Mary Berry, Violet Moore, and Carol lNoelck. . a ' ' I I "J 1 J ,eb , lr 1 PNAJJI r .fir l ' -1, 5- ff , l " ' , 3 al 1 I 1 1 fl ' "Wx ' "J M, 4' l " - l ' X s r in ll H-. 1 ,Q l y A . QT5' "va I 'fl ""'fLZlf 1's'7?r ll . . 1 - Q .el " 1 u p giiiqftfwg- ,--J l' ' Q., l Mr.- jrfzuf-, X, N, l " ' "" g ,Q lap-9, 5 ' ' 'A l "5 'f'ggi6xi'3"""i' N " fr ,muff -. F- A J' Qilfmfmx ,,,,. 4. f Cal - P01111 CIS Ben Prinz, Tom Gilmer, Norm Yetman, jim Quast, Doug Matrox, Fred Yost, Ed Fletcher, jim Pul- liam, Gary Steffens, and Randy Scott. , Q- - ,:.--ffa' if l f, Fairmont First row: Betty Gates, Marilyn Bruce, janet Gibbs, Carol Hicks, and Nancy Russell, second row: Carol Harrington, Kathy Naff, Sherry Baker, Nancy jo Moore, Pat McCreary, Carene Mignacco, Roberta Vallon, and Suzanne Rech- steinerg back row: Kay Elwell, Sue Warner, and Carol Griiiin. ,,1 1' ff - ' ,., - - - , , Q, ,A -, , A. . . , 2, A?-.N - V 4 , -1 1Lw 5 ' - Q ' :Z Z gg .xanax Ki S' -F' . ,, ci:-.k'6'H': . "s L '11, ,"- ld! Kimi ah!! 1. -, :Ji fa- GV . 5, fav ' '51 ." ' ' ..' . . , . X - V ' ' -. :J .-:1.w""' . '- 5'7t.',,. .iii fur-.ff , 1. . I-IIESPERIA MESA - forty-live miles from Redlands. Photo courtesy of San Bernardino Sun-Telegram XTX JN Bfx.. n 5,0 OI1 il ujiy Leaclers ,5 Patti Willis Irene Morioka :if--fif' . . 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Tl, 'Eff fi? fd L52 . , XF '1 'rj' -4':':1?'S 322-3" J JA V ,' , . -f I. J - I 3, ,if . , 4 I'A,.' f I ' f I f I 1 1 A I P J 3' f l . rf .L li. i I Homecoming Princesses Q PM, ...Q . yr. fi . 1 Q F 7' 4 4 X t K I I V M-N' 30 as I 31 1, ' QW 13 f L I ex ' l 9' sd --'F' "", 'L' . Queen jean Camfield, standing far right, is shown with Priscilla Blake, junior Princess Cfar leftlg Senior Princess Polly'Townsend, centerg and seared fl. -r.J Sophomore Princess Anna Fagerlin and Freshman Princess Kathy Melinder. R-CLUB QUEEN Joyce Hull, center, is attended by, left to right, Betty Lloyd, Doris Trilling- ham, Mary Bristow, and Carol Peck. R-Club 116611 an ourt 157 wax.-2,4 s 1-1 ft Q 3: E wil' 4J',f :L - l"lRis'.'fJ. A ff'- ,iz 53 if ,ig ff ,, z ." I , it . i Y .' 1 ' .N ,wiiiufif L- ' 5' xt ., ,I ,,5g.':1f- -w'w.g55mx. ,L Q, J . I 'xg' f mfwffhf' ' Q 4- ' -1 .-e.' Q" Z- 443. X Xxli ' F f f' NX if fowl-wg-Xil.Lo - ' Q H -+.l"l1,f'r? -. KIA. 'J2.x!A'f-f 5 1 Nga X A I 6 36, 4lQ75iE.x .A r R , -KS P f f,,f if ' - . 1 xl N , 1 - S" .-4 ad 4,11 XY hx m ,. ff-ff' -f . 5,3-.., 5 X f - " Q"-,, .-H, - 79-fs, "H-Q' -f x V A , .fm 4 x K N 1. :H N tu I, ., xx X ' N N ' , I ' I First place for homecoming dorm decoration was won by Fairmont Hall. o . o. 1 "QQ" omim.Tm.1.Mn.mf...n1lz rf' ."e:':':'u'f'3?aWEl4631 lif'E?rE fm' Ii' ?2E?TMl YY?lFif:iT?FFii'i HITS 'TNX -an '-1 .4 . ., .... .,,. ,. N3 C7 .Mwam.6m9amm f ,M-1 l TAN ,-5 'l' g ' , GR 1,1 -4..- - L. . I W YU , . A 1 T' i,mi,,i,yr ,I I , I if 1 Chi Sigma Chi entered First prize-winning float in the Homecoming parade last fall. Members are shown making lust minute adjustments on the pumpkin face. Z2EHs.Lf A ' . x, . x rf f. no i"'If .'flg5?:il1zL::24f""' 421 ' :fi .. Homecomin 'rf .K 1 .nl ga ' 5 1353? , . A sq A X v H. if .gay 5 .I-Zag! Xml ' ' ' 53 F ' 'Q-P1 55 In , p, H I b A L .eg , U A-' n . .VA rv: Q A 9 V 5. ,fx ' , -V WV - ..., - .V. -I 1959 f 159 Q , -:run . -,A l 1 ,-1 k , , n - x N44 H , . l Y. 5. 5 I N4-5 T Q PAJAMARINO ,gi n Jfg " Y. ' In ' K a x H Rally co-chairmen Walt Heinecke and Mal Curry 5115 1 F' 5 I . 2 - 4. iff? ' W? 1 'K , I V QUEEN STON TRIO Chris Murray, Lynn Steward, and Marie Duffey. -'1 . sl 5 . cz' ig' IT. 'nf' . K - 1 ' K, N 'L 1 ,J 1 '- 5 1 , J tl . A , fl. 6 N :X H H - J - f . V V: W- . ' V . V Q W J. , A 1 - .23 , ' " ' ' ' 'x ... ,.-.f,. xx' Fe as 5 , 1 er 59' I . . 'Q f-,,, h ff A' ily H , SCIAC BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS lk Schroeder, john Bradshaw, Maurice Fey, Dick Eiles. Coach Lee Fulmer, Dan ala, Bob Roenicke, jim Quast, Manager George Riclny, George Vorpagel, and Hank RALLIE V1 1 fs? vv l EQZTTT +12 :"igE"-rjffnmg-wig.-g?1+f1y-.!?iEiQ, I 'nl Fr' 2 , '1 ' ' F . gi' E if ,gs 7' ?-:.'r - I . n' D Jn.: H, .V , 1' v r n 4" If J I H M If 5 rjfff. ll l V 45. .. 1-.1 W -I F' I W I 7 X l , I 1 -14 . -.., V. .ff vw , 3 Q D Avxlg-'fgiipfh HN ' 1" ' x ,MJ 1 X "-,Q 4 I 1'2- s ,-e.?QaL:i'.-l - . ' M 1' f-fgafzg "'-ww? , ,- . if. 2-' . - Y" ' ' 1125-'.'f' 14- :."."??Y' ' -' ' .J' ww.. ffm .' Q 'K 'L ."' .gslfi +13 Y ' Jfgjf d - . 1 f""'f -'53 " 3, J ' . . - - - - ,nn .-:5w,.,5 ' .Y-' L+,?L:'a-f" if 1 -1--A52 1.1 ,sf'1:x.--.1-Vilir-ii"-:-, --fwfr : - ,. --,f-m ,C3.'5f-47352: L Jie- ,a.- ' ' S+'.,..-f,.dAfr 132'-""'-'.. Q: . J'ig,g,.'il4ii-is 1- wg 4 1 -4s,,,-.u pf 5.3, vi .-., 3,F1l..,Q.: - M .M ,lil .- 4 J, 5 f .LJ .i'ii.?1I'fifff ' Qi! -v ', Y'2F,:a.j., .ani , .V 2 N. -411 'H' " fl-Lehi ..4.l.:fif'.i.gfLui".-Q4.a.,'ff"' 1 'A gb' 1 mann:-ps.-mul annum:- k 4y,'? Y- FLAG PRESENTATION Former United States Senator and presently assistant publisher of the "Oakland Tribune," William F. Knowland, left, presents a 49-star flag which was once down over the nation's capitol to President George H. Armacost, Editor of the "Bulldog," Dirk Wirkman and Steve Broiles, co-chairman for Publications Day, which was the occasion for Mr. Knowland's visit to the UR campus in November, are shown participating in the presentation. .WCW i,, tht? idents peruse displays of annuals and newspapers on Publica- ns Day. SPECIAL LECTURER Dr. Herbert Feigl, University of Minnesota professor of philosophy and director of Minnesota Center for Phil- osophy of Science, delivered lectures and led discussions on the philosophy of science on the UR campus during the second week in February. Dr. Feigl is shown with Dr. joseph Royce, associate professor of psychology at UR. 163 KJV! gnu? " .':t, . ,. g 'Ls Q.. '- fu 9 .. J- pc L V 393 ' 4532, . Q- tl if .. '24 . '. K' 4, - '21 1 " i. - n 5. , , g 1 V , 1 0 A-.-fa., is z,.'e-ew Above: Steve Broiles and Loren john- son, co-chairmen for Publication Day, check entries for newspaper contest. The combination newspaper-yearbook day drew journalists from high schools throughout Southern California. Right: Spearheading Parents' Day, Er- win Sapp and jane Turnquist, co-chain men, plan last minute details in the clay's program. --.11 ,7i ,,,,, , 3,,: ' , W , , x,1 X - -V xr 0, , G4 mx Chairmen and Comm ittees OI pecial Days ,,.ff-" Left: University Day Committee bers make final arrangements for day designed to acquaint high scnu with Redlands. Co-chairmen are Prinz and jane Wilson fmiddle rightl. Committeemen include Frantz fseateclj and Les jenkins. T Dr. Ralph Hone and Christopher Isherwood, featured speaker for Writers Week, compare notes before Mr. Isherwood's talk. 'E' 1- xt-, ,Q--K ffil gf- Ts any ,- f' , I 1, Q, if' , . . I ' - x f , . .. f. -X . - Q., , V .. "Enveloping" the last of Writer's Week programs, Tim Heaton and Robin Wilson hand schedules to chairman Nancy Kimball. vb art of "make-up" is Kendrick Wil- director of the Omaha Community Theatre. Peterson, professional actor from Los An- who performed as King Lear on Drama Day, subject. Below: Members of the Drama department rehearse for "Fog", written by Kenneth Lewis. Cast members are Camille Bell Qfore- groundj, Paul Petersen and Dave Vaughan. Presents Dance ocial Life K pur pring pree Reigning monarchs of the Spree are: Carol. Grithth, Brian Marshall. Pattners vying for the honor of being king and queen for the Spur Spring Spree are: Seated: Carol Griffith, Meredith De- vore, Pat Steele, Kathy Blacksten, Risa Selover. Standing: Brian Marshall. Kent Lom- bard, Scott Rodgers, Al Nubling, Tom jenssen. 1 K W ., Jag Eu a.: , ,, ,IW wa, , . .-Q... b if . Q "??1w 1 51 ' .Q 'Mui ' DRA-ty 0'-. xba-wb ru ' 1 r 1 www Q' ," Han 1 , X ,Q-P, .hixlf A'fQ,I.rL'. .'lM'v 9113 H -x X rn N . . r- ,. . vu, , rg., Q n z. f-mfu, ,,. , , , N xvN,,N .,,.., v- A -,Wk .V I uw w H ' w " ,.m.:Wm,,m5:k ur, w ,Q .f ..,.,,1 1 yr 13' . , 4 nm. .f V' J x J C fl P1-ocl with les all i wr- A, k ... Q . S M HONORS Dr. Hlal Bu, center, president of the Balptist Seminziry, Insein, Burma, is granted the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters by President George Armzicost, und is invested with the colors of the degree by Dean of the Faculty, Dr. Marc jack Smith. ELECTIONS Members of the Student Body Election Committee are Carol Griflith, Janice Hemphill. Linda Reeder. Scott Rud- gers, and Put Steele. SELECTION S Toni Merrell, selected by the Red- lands' Hong Kong Exchange Selec- tion Committee to represent UR at Chung Chi College next year, is shown with committee members Shir- ley Rose and Ruby Hickel, and with Put Lillnrd who will also study at the Hong Kong university next year. 55' lf.. , , W Q I F jk..- si.. VMS ,......,g,w X ' 4, .m ,J LA T , . , 311-ff Xi ll ll all 14,5 'eq .1 gl ,Law " 'di-A ' M 1 T'-lf.-wil " 3. 5, M Q ie?-? 4 x Y N Q. Q qw f S- X E . i ,N 03, Y - A .L-1: - 3 vw. qv 1 rl WI' ML.: .I A ln, 0 L ,,., gi Y' , . ,- r 5 1 N' pl 1 . .L 5 V f-H " ze' - S. he 1 , .1 M4 Q, qi lf. :L 5 - I -' 1 J' v J 1 Q ur? SALZACI-I RIVER near Salzburg, Germany, site of the Redlands in Europe educational program. fi QL og A .5 CWB 1.41 .' Gifts ic me in EU RUVE A 0?-"r v o smauae Q57' I , A094 I I Y A J ,F - Fu. are 'V' , 11' 11" S.S. MAASDAM Dui -,- E H, fi 51' Leaving on the flrst leg of their journey, Bill Flanagan, vice-president of Redlands-in-Europe student body and Ray Chambers, president, prepare to board bus for harbor. ,. 5 ,X X' are ,XX ae :aff 'rf -as '15 Embarking on their overseas journey, the Edwin Gaustads and Gilbert Browns are shown with their children. New York City waterfront can be seen across the Hudson River. Redlands in urope Initiating the Redlands in Europe program, fifty-two students attended classes, lectures, and the theater in Salzburg, Germany in addition to visiting Vienna, Paris, Florence, Amsterdam, Rome, London, and Edinburgh. Accompanied by Dr. Gilbert Biown, administrative assistant to the president, and Dr. Edwin S. Gaus- tad, associate professor of philosophy, the group debarked in Rotterdam, Holland to begin the semester's studies for which they received 15 units of academic credit. After completing the semesters work and tour- ing France and England, the students sailed from South Hampton, England. This program establishes the third California school that has a European campus and emphasized Cur- rent Civilization, Modern Philosophy, Government, and German. Area experts, students who were respon- sible for various cities, were appointed to make reports to the group. x 'Q X if 2' i 2 1 Q Q J 'rx I ' Bill Colbert, and Bob Drake study in their room at the Hotel Germania in 1 Salzburg. . 9. msiif' " arf' . ,, ' C . ' I . VV A - W., f , A ' V ' i 1 " - ' fi - ' -' -Lf ,f a', 4 " 1' '. ua. a , Students chat aboard the S.S. Maasdam before their departure from New York harbor to Europe. The voyagers are Gordon Cruikshank, Sandy Cerato, Polly Townsend, Bill Flanagan, Judy Dunbar, Dave Horner, Lee Loomis, Karen Earhart, Harry Covert, jan Dowler, and Tom Richardson. Carolyn Brigham, in native costume, Darlene Smith, and Mar sha Dougall. '4 ' ' Ill: I l ,,,,,. N 4 g 3 , ..-- - f -'---,.- I I 4 " 'J oi-'fwf ug. -.4 A X 1 ,N-1, . . ' o ' iv , L Q -1. r,. D. . at - , ' ' 1 I " V1 F ' ? ' '14 --.4'-.-- 5.4.45 ' . ' -- 2 ri .552 , , . f. , il r l ,ky .S Egtue of Qozpernicus ovieilooks' the 'gjFoup. W 'Sri rx IB Sojourners to the campus across the sea are: First row: Ike Eastvold, Bob Grayson, Nancy Morris, Ray Chambers, Sandy Pieper, Nancy Stillwell. Second row: Lee Loomis, Grace McFarland, Judy Judson, Kathy Johnson, Jeannie Bilder, Marilyn Matson, and Jan Dowler. Third row: Al Hoslett, Gordon Cruikshank, Sandy Cerato, Denny Tarr, and Nancy Parriott. Others in the Redlands-in-Europe program, hut not shown are: Jim Pierik, Ken Nies, Tom Richardson, Jack Lasher, Dave Horner, Bill Flan- agan. Tony Knox, Steve Taylor, Sandy Withrow, Sue Thompson, Judy Dunbar, Mary Edith Cline, Karen Earhart, Linda Rae. Jeanne Babcock, Marsha Dougall, Stephen Yung, Bill Woolworth, Richard Gibson, Doug Hairgrove, Clarke Ellis, Bill Colbert, I-larry Covert, Michael Young, Don Orr, Dottie Ellis, Susan Stice, Caroline Brigham, Deanna Dechert, Ar- lyss Bishop, Polly Townsend, Betty Bowen, and Darlene Smith. Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown and Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Gaustad accompanied the group. 177 WW? 's N. af' Kal f 'Q Us .ff , ,xv- B' '. if "vm "M, L' "-'wing --:' 1 , 'ff' RUNNING SPRINGS - twenty miles from Redlands. Photo courtesy of San Bernardino Sun-Telegram. A fa i W. 4 I "L f A H... K L ,' fc . U-yi... ,, Y-in J 'H iw, 'P' ' '- QT: , A Walters. Row 3: Lee Woodill, Tom Gilmer, Jeff Perkins, Nick Thomas, Claude Sharpe, Dick Verdon, Paul Jimenez. Ed Harris, Dave Russu, jim Tay- lor, Eric Hansen, and Bill Smith. Row 4: Tony Hernandez. Gerald Redman Doug Mattox. Myron Tarkanian, Paul Ward, Galasneed Weaver, Gary Casella, juan Apodoca, Ron Spence fmgrj. and Manny Espinoza Qmgnj. F 0 0 1I11S GCOI1 ing. This loss dropped Redlands into second place. Next year should prove to be at least as 'successful as the 1959 season was. Graduation takes Little All Coast tackle Claude Sharpe, all-league 'halfback Tim Burroughs, all-league guard Norm Yetman, and tackle Paul Ward. Back for next season are stand- outs Roger Chaney and Doug Mattox, both all SCIAC conference Hrst team and NCAA district first team. Other returnees include ends Myron Tarkanian and Bill Wallaceg backs, Dan Arm- strong, Gary Steifens, jerry Neumann, and Darrell Mcliibbang linemen, Gary Troyer, Roger Severson, Rollin Grider, Dick Verdon, and Paul Jimenez. Fullback Leo Guest, a transfer from the University of Denver, should help out the backfield with his powerful running. lg all 'v swf: Head coach Ted Runner led the University of Redlands gridders through a very successful season in his first year as head mentor. Last year he assisted coach Jim Verdick. . X . I Assistant coach Paul Taylor. Coach Taylor ably assisted in making this year's football team successful. 181 'PQ l A ' h -' A l .. ' . 3' I .f - , M, qglf i ' l 15. ' ik I 'Y' if-"bf -v , i" J ' -Q K ,lvl -' -,fi J V- ' V jr , ' ' .' jerry Neumann FOOTBALL AWARD WINNERS: Most inspirational player, Roger Chaneyg most improved back, Dan Armstrongg most valuable back, Tim Burroughsg co-captain, Jim Taylorg most valu- able lineman and co-captain, Claude Sharpeg and most improved lineman, Rollin Grider. Roger Severson llwilll'l"-'I ' ,ff-., ii . , R, . , , . 31 P .XV : in l P ll' ,Q f 'P' L. . ,' l fwfr. JB!" 4. I gg I .'U,., , as lv A ,J ,. f w- z 1 1 it I if A ' Winn.. , v gain., Q , A .3 ,af he .6-. ,a arff u-""l. M if . i DIA W lim If Y W M Q'-.cl ai- iv an H' ' 1 n 'Hd 1' I r " ' wh . . X M nf 14. . 'Q :Q , . 'Sw 'I ,V . Gary Steffens ' .Hep .1 55.25 yr?-f mir. --'fx , .w ' 1' ' , . - ,' N YQTQ4 - , l ,N VJ. N . L 'rr ' X9-. 1+ ffvsi ga Dick Verdon .ggjasm Doug Matrox Paul Jimenez Tim Burroughs John Wall1ce Ed Harris Bill Wallace Myron Tarkanian Darrell McKibban Fred Niedermeyer ,-4411 Bulldogs romp over Claremont 41 to 6 on way to second place in SCIAC conference. ' . Id' l Bl .pl- ll X lf 1.87 R. eb X jim Taylor Gary Troyer fwiv ifh A - . W K ,5.v:, 4 N N A. x 0 . iff' X 3 . 4, U , -5, 3 I -31, gzz , M Nw. in-, 1, . wi .r .A I1 1, 1 :fl 7 Roger Chaney f y+yy nl r Tom Niquette X X, , X3 I l I. lb 'X . .1 .PH e1 Norm Yetman - Don Kennedy H A 1 Claude Sharpe Rollin Grider yer fo. H4 , -' 'J Va , . X ' R Tom Gilmer 151'-Ur 1: eff Perkins lf 2. lx 1 X mb A . -1 ' ll ' - l lr 'Ll' 'fl ll' fi Carl Walters ICH Cobbe I ullback jerry Neumann brcuks loose for an long gain against Claremont Mudd. penn--' - . ax., Q '-r', ,a A ' 'Y'-A ' . . ' , mx , UL' x ., l . . nv--wg. 'g Phil Passno ,.,-- :f Make Amsbry on G Paul Ward Dan Armstrong Tony Hernandez i . 1,3 sn, l Ernie Nelson Doug Smith ee Woodnll I gary gguryp DNP 3 mln? i X850 i 7 Row 1 John Bradshaw J m Quast Maurice Fey jack Schroeder, George Vorpagel, jim Petty. Dick Cobb, and George Riday. Row 2 Coach Lee Fulmer D ck Eiles Dan Ayala, Brian Marshall, Bob Roenicke, Tetsy Tanimoto, Gary Marshall, Ken Nies, S CIAC Champs Under the direction of Coach Lee Fulmer the University of Redlands basketball team walked off with the SCIAC conference title with a perfect 10-0 record. Sophomore center, jack Schroeder led the team in scoring, averaging about twenty points a game. Jack was named to a third team all NAIA berth. Guards Dick Eiles, Hank Leichtfried, and Gary Marshall alternated through- out the year, continually scoring well and showing great defense. Big George Vorpagel grabbed many rebounds and could be called on to score if needed. Forwards Jim Petty, jim Quast, andDick Cobb added height and good scoring potential to round out the potent squad. Graduation takes Eiles and Quast, but with the good bench strength of this year's squad, next season should pro-ve to be equally as successful. M" Mme wr mfg' 4 ---11 Hard driving forward jim Petty lays ball in for two. Maurice Fey f-, S r r, ' ' f jim Quast " L' ii T "55?'232?W"T"', 5. iififfdi 1:-. 9' - ' I 1 a 1 fit: S r . i 1 ff-rm i Of' T99 , 1 . I Dick Cobbe Z!- P f Qtfig . W iik d 'B 4 M r of K F Bob Roenicke 188 - K jack Schroeder and Dick Erles scramble for rebound against Pasadena. V 7 . l l 'fi V l rl ,I x l .V . fl , I I A I A ' ' h John Bradshaw , w ' ig'-'fffl . l Ejiifff- .':L !l.- T" ' N .v l l , , , lr 'T " li-1 - ' il . 'zT7'f'l5l 11 , : Ken Nies A Forwau. jim Petty goes up for rr-houml ns jack Schroeder waits to help. George Vorpagel wrestles ball away from XY'hittier mam I 'f a 11. 3- 1 'a A ' ' Q l I I ' ' 1 A, . 1 I " 'V K Q 433 . Dan Ayala Z 4 u g A , E ' Liz - X V l f f--KE l Nl--fl V lsiz ,, FEXQLWS LSA F1 Tetsy Tanimoto " ,l, I .x ei ti' E Brian Marshall .H- un 5 , Y ta Row 1: Roger Dermody, john Anderson, john Wallace, Ken Hurlbert and Chuck Wfilkinson. Row 2: Chad Gledhill, joel Vandezande, Ron Devos, Rocky Roethlisberger, jaun Apodoca, and Vern Stater. Row 3: Coach Robert Scholton, Dick Verdon, Rollin Grider, jack Greenfield, Bob Gates, Doug Smith, Dick Sjoberg, Dan Armstrong, and Coach Ted Runner. Row 4: Rick Bird, Charles Roberti, Jim Clark, Tom Mallory, Bob Roenicke, and Phil Passno. , 'iw Varslty Tracle A talented group of trackmen led the UR squad to many victories this season. Versatile sophomores came through this year to help pace the team. Sophomore pole vaulter, Dan Armstrong, broke the school record with a vault of 14'3f4". Bob Roenicke led the high jumpers with consistent leaps over 6'2". jack Greenfield was second in the javelin to record-breaker Chuck Wilkinson with tosses near 200 feet. junior Ken Hurlbert led the discus men with tosses over 150 feet, with sophomore jim Clark close behind. Shot putter Dick Verdon showed his tremendous strength as he threw the shot around 55 feet. Hurlbert and Vern Stater followed Dick, with Hurlbert having tosses over 52 feet. Sprint star John Wallace broke the school record in the 220 with a 21.4 clocking. Quartermilers Ron Devos, John Anderson, Chad Gled- hill, Doug Smith, Rocky Roethlisberger, and Rick Bird turned in some fine performances throughout the season. Dick Sjoberg led the hurdlersg he holds the school record in 14.8. Always close behind Dick were jaun Apodoca and Roger Dermody. School record holder in the 880, mile, and two mile, Larry Ward, ran well again this year and will 'be missed when he graduates. if-i,.,..-.f-11'-v fp-..-.1 sp...-av Coach Ted Runner ,.... ,,.-. ort -W V, , ,, W di? xt , , 7-A.-- , ,-- .W-f..x X-. V.d "4-' ..f,.. W M -, 5.- ,ls ,L ,Q-. "-7 .- K Lf ' 'T' 'Y . - A ,Y 5 , E I 'vu' A.. i ' 1 af . ., V J 'fy msg, x'i'L11iv Q1 '- , CIT. sew"-, ' - . 'Pm -1' A " . I ' Q 'ef'- Dick Verdon, lust year's NCAA small college shot put champ, shows his winning form. .- by -w, Li df' f X., -Q 'w E - - f N ,. ,,-, rlztvgxft A:-'A I A iii f , 5' fi i i, vi, V11 Dan Armstrong clears bar at 1434" to break school record Traclzsters f- fl.: .1 ,, "fm 'ff ,ACA . if s :Y ' ,iff ,A , A i 'fvfi ' x ig 5? H1 Wag,-g-:'f, , H ' 1 , - 'Mtf:'?'i 0. 1- . - Y. ,Nj Y V .ga Q 4 N- -K xi, -rf---V b - ., . 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'- .' , f -,.-,sg -iv .fz :-- ,-.-ff ,..,.2 f ,, ,. f' ,- :Wgf ,.'?: 'A 115- ' ' ,i.,!-:.g:'2',Mfa.i?57f - : -,A :-1-fs.-'t'5- and-1 Az- 5: , " Sari: W " 1 1-.'q.'2 -in , 3'-xg: N. 1554 f e' , G'---L larva "'3T:v'-faqs--', ' TL- K' .f .1 ,- . -- , .f -41 '-1 15 .,'+, 41 ', 4.4v ,,4Q,.-.g:5' f A ' U- .-5,35 ' 2,1 4: fr 44, hs. 3x-- I0 - 4 .fe ff- ' J fm me ' 5ggli?cf'5iam:.fMe3z+- if-v1Q+1-1 Middle distance men: Doug Smith, Chad Gledhill, Rick Bird, and Ron Devos. 195 lll.AnL t,l.A11y,- Q'l.A9 LAW0 Mfr. r fill, SLAFM if' ,Maria-, ct-' N ., .:...... i Q L: J",--' 4 N -- .. ' ' 'ga , ' .. .,-.-wg , Q, - 4 ' - f. ' 1 '-fl" A -- Y' i'j"'1- "' .,.-rg! Row 2: Coach Paul Taylor, Paul McGibbons, Tim Burroughs, Bill I-loese, jim Keech, Larry Mercandante, Al Grove, Gary Casella, Brian Marshall, and Gary Steffens. Row 1: Dick Beiden fstudent coachj, Paul Ward, Gerald Redman, Ron Spence, Darrell McKibban, Steve Taylor, Bill Wallace, and Lon Golnick. Coach Paul Taylor 194 Varsity Baseball A strong varsity baseball team was produced this year under the direction of Coach Paul Taylor. Leading hitters were Paul MacGi-bbons, Gary Casella, Bill Wallace, Gary Steffens, and Brian Marshall. Larry Mercandante and Tim Burroughs proved to be the power hitters as they produced the extra base hits. A very fine pitching staff was made up of starters Paul Ward and Al Grove, and reliefers Bill Hloese and Jim Keech. As of April 23 the team was in first place, out in front by a game and one half. Graduation will take its toll, but a strong bench composed pri- marily of sophomores should be able to fill the vacated spots. is 'ff s P' lik f sift", Tim Burroughs tosses ball to short- stop Bill Wallace for out. A '9fLf's.:.. ,dt ' '.,-g-K. . ,V 31 fe-g ff' S .. ', .34 r- .' ,A w sm .,' . -'E X fl. lbw -rx 4' aw f any . a , 11.5.212 - H.,1wqW ' 1 -nf-an.. " .m,,.,.,: Q ,.. 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H :img qu: .ws-1.f.-LAT-' '. 'gzwgg.1.11g'.y',-Q--,-1 T- 3-:Hal ,Jw-,5 ,-g---' - 1 -if i,:f..1.-. ,V - Q, ,.,- -',,'.-. Vf. , Q. an-iii-:42q'3'F1.'k::4,1--Bfz'zz.-in P- 3.: AJ .-nxfff, f i.:,.,1- ',f1',Tl1' ,za ,:f,-:aan-,gag-isis,--:areaNL? pLf:3'- -' '-f.f--- TTQ-is-Y ig -,Q 1:,vf,xg-55-. 'Ln -un, Paul McGibbons shows form that makes him a top batter. Pitcher Al Grove was one of the top chuckers on this years squad. Horsehicle tars ,,.-H. Y l pf I ,. -Q,-v,-.H71 All SCIAC conference first baseman, Gary Steffens, was one of the leading batters on the team. Gary was also a very strong defensive player. Bulldog Baseball lf' If r Q an l ' . . 71 I 1 g ,, :J '- we qg f li f' W , A J it V is gs ffilk x G b f " , ix-J. ,r L. f Pitcher George Larson shows his form that Sophomore Ron Spence, up from last year's frosh helped strengthen the balanced pitching staff. champs, showed tremendous potential at first base. 196 i . s- fx, l .Y ,,. . Catcher Gary Crisclla, at bat, and Claude Sharp behind the plate, com- bined io give the U of R line bzickstopping. Below: Paul Ward paced the pitching staff with his big-bending curves and il blistering fast ball .fr .Q L' .L aselmll tanclouts V A li. J, ,' ' 2, riff .- B 'Q . fix - ' ii J . l , sflfif iff , it i i f , i- . - J Y 1 , - ,., 1 1 Y 9 fig 'ji A . ff - ln ,arg-f' 'ag-if ' , iff-5222 ' 1 ' it if A -V . t ., ., , . .Q ,ea Q- 1 5, 1 Eu ,LP 7f,,1f1,,, r, 41' 1-1 I- ,,, L+, QQ., , in YVV: V, .f,,,,.g5 r., , ' -' '- ' - 1 ..ftTbi."i' - WT' "EL-'.-if " ig! -'Y ,M ' ' Q 1:24. it me -g rr . li, 4 ' t .'4,.,-ff1214-,.1f.ff,f'ffa:.'i ' V , f-ea., ,,. .X i . V A xjktwi SQ- Lny'-, ,if:,4,Li-gm 1 -5,-L.., ,, 4 . ,N -I.,.Z,4,A Q ,, 4 45 - r i A l -, , I -Q, ,p dei -.L t -mr - , aszxi?-Lama' ia.4f.a.H1aaJ'.,-':4'zQiF9"r ""?2:. 5" X Above: junior Darrell McKibban helped spark the infield i , 13 K , 1-. ' inf I 1:-A 7 l . i 1 HA-. V ' . ers at third base. 197 Row 1 Bill Smith Ron Pelton Ron Smdys and Coach jim Verdieck. Row 2 Chili Earle Hank Leichtfried and Roger Severson. VARSITY NETTERS Coach jim Verdieck led the University of Redlands tennis team to a very successful season. junior Ron Pel- ton, fshown at leftj who played number one singles, proved to be a top performer. Sophomores Bill Smith, Ron Sandys, and Roger Severson came up from last year's freshman champs to fill in on the varsity. All three played in the top six singles. junior, Chili Earle showed good net play as he defeated many opponents. Only senior on the powerful squad was Hank Leicht- fried. Hank will be missed next year, but it is hoped that some of the members from the frosh team will move up to strengthen the squad. Net Men Hank Leichtfried s I W 1 Chili Earle Roger Severson Ron Sandys Bill Smith 7. I" 1 Chili Earle intercepts ball while Don Blythmg 3-T'i'L,i L' Coach Gilbert Becker and team. OCC61' Two Redlands soccer players, Bud Bergland and Don Blything, being named to the all Southern California soccer conference first team highlighted the season for the squad which is only two years old. Honorable mention was received by Ralph Prey, Sanjhai Hoon, Victor Yen, Lloyd Stoll, and joe Abu-Samera. The team finished second in league play with a 5-2-1 record, UCLA copped the crown with no defeats. Leading the scoring were Lloyd Stoll with eleven, Don Blything and joe Abu-Samera, each with ten. Y"'l in ' P 1 gg , .Ab V., U- H . fu '.L 1 15 ' vii: P" -.13 1. X . e fi A , T-'T -. S QL.. ' - ..,4.4lf'- gs j . - . 1 I , ,....- . 1 X. I Y E . 53 - if 'j-gf wi, A I l ' 'f , 5-f ' W.-. '- Vf,,,:,Q,ggg.f'L'L'..'.r.44f 1, fr" , 1 F fig 1 , , A -' N9 - . 'Q-an-.fw-"f 11' V H M 3. L 1 ' 4 - -' V f -A ,ef ' . -. 2 M.-V H- .J ., '..!-.lf! 5F' gf , .,' 1 I A 7, L ' Z "wif -, S A 3 7' X ll. ' ' ' L, Y 3 'QTY-""if':"T':"'4"i'""5'-5-1LE-'-N3-. 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One of the highlights of the year was a 16-7 victory over Cal Poly. Don Dickenson was the leading scorer for the polomen. S H Doug Detweiler and jim Spivey struggle for ball in intersquad Don Dickenson attempts to score goal. ame. Sitting: Al Ritchie, Warren Wood, Dennis Keenan, Fred Gowland, and Mike Amsbry. Standing: john Lovely fmgrj, Bob West, Hugh Winn, Harold Phillips, and Coach Walt Anderson. Wimmin Sophomore Hugh Winn led the swim team to a successful season. Hugh broke school records in the 440 yard freestyle, 200 yard individual medley, and the 100 yard freestyle, The relay team of Dennis Keenan, Barry Martin, I-Iarold Phillips, and Winn broke the school record in the 440 yard medley. Ano-ther team of Harold Phillips, Bob West, Fred Gowland, and Winn broke the record in the 440 yard freestyle. Most of the team will -be back looking forward to an even better record next year. 1441.4 Hugh Winn fmiddlej starting on way to victory over VC'hittier men in 200 yard freestyle. Dennis Keenan shows form that won many x A- A., 1,-1 I , Swimming record breakers: Barry Martin, Harold Phillips, Bob West, Fred Gowland, and Hugh Winn. meets this yer. Dennis won the frosh diving championship last year. Aquamen Al Ritchie places second in butterfly against Whittier. Sophomore sensation Hugh Winn on way to another easy victory in free- style. Varslty Cross ountry y Led iby junior Larry Ward, who placed second in the SC- IAC conference, the Bulldog harriers copped fourth place. Harry McKinney, a transfer from Orange Coast, placed second for the UR. I . .. .rl - 5.1" w 7 "' ' "el Kneeling: David Vaughn, Harry McKinney, and Lee Loomis. Standing: Larry Ward. David Russu, and Coach Charles Hobart. FIOSI1 Harriers a Q y 'u:.- - l . - l r 1. , it Y ' - A l I 511'-""' xi i Larry Ward 'N- EWS: V Ez, i..-f un A Q L ll' fb Jsh distance ace. Norm Towers, the UR cross country team a third place in the conference mls as he picked up a first place the final meet. s. sf., ,.'.-'.-- A . v . t .. r .11 "I r ' 53 Kneeling: Dave Wilson, jim Tompkins, Perry Chisum, and jim Mills. . ' 3 Ai . ni x :ze ll X-1 l I V nf , - Y. L54 i Y-fx-, ' 1 'F-"-.Pali Standing: Coach Doug Gow, Tom Spight, Steve Frank, Roger Akey, and Norm Towers. Froslm Football as Q- 5 Row I: Ed Collins, Art johnson, Lance Kettering, Dan King, Gary Barmore, jim Bunch, Dave Utter, Leland Tipton, Loren Stenberg, and Ron jones. Row 2: Rick Bird, Dick Booth, Francis Kahawai, Doug Abdella, Bob Malcolm, Howard Her- bert, Don Rowland, Ted Lang, Mike Macon, and Phil Rees. Top Row: John Jeffers, john Seiter, Dean Branson, Bob Bishop Bruce Thompson, Steve McDowell, Skip Runner, Coach Clay Brooks, Coach Ron Prescotte, Coach jim Frye, Head Coach jim Verdick, and Coach Gary Casella. Bullpups Cop CIAC Champions ip The frosh footballers finished the SCIAC conference with a perfect 5-0 record. In non-conference outings the frosh beat El Centro while losing to Palomar JC. Halfbacks Francis Kahawai and Rick Bird, and fullback Doug Abdella led the Bullpup running attack. Fine passing performances were turned in by quarterbacks Danny King and Lance Kettering. Receiving these aerials were ends Loren Sten- burg, Dave Utter, and Jim Bunch. Bolstering the center of the line were tackles Skip Runner, Steve McDowell and Bruce Thompson. L, Guards john Sieter, Ted Lang, and Don Rowland turned in ex- ceptional jobs, while the center position was Filled by Phil Rees and john Jeffers. Halfback Francis Kahawai scoots through Whittier line to pace Bullpups to 22-20 win insuring SCIAC championship. Bullpup defense tightens up to halt Oxy. K. 3+ 3 C'3?91ana.s.fr1 SEASON RECORD UR Opp 22 El Centro JC 18 6 Palomar JC 26 21 Pomona 14 38 Claremont-Mudd 26 67 Cal Tech 0 28 Occidental 8 .,-l,' A I 4.....-.--a-.,..-Q-nav-an-is.f.--f I I , W A - A R' 4. d.. . - - 22 Whittier 20 A - 1 1 " A - , , 'Q' '- -1 y .,. - F , K Q - 1 V iz" I . ""4' ' " ,' -' " -5, ' 1 . , D kv- - Mft-, "' W X h A J .. - .,-- ,, ,-..-. --+V ir ":.w. 2. J.: '-:ff . vi! 1 3 . -'Q V - '1-. 1, 'SJ'-rf -'5'+'f:-I. V, " , 4. " -- - .. -, '- 39+ ---H v..Y '. ".. ' . . x-gQQLQj'-'m-?4 J' Q :.Ai':.2,irE: ,.-4,- ,,, Q u , ' '. Defensive Halfbaclc Art Johnson intercepts Oxy pass as team- ., , O , " el' -"1 , ' c fl' - w,-, ,z gr - . " mate Lance Kettering comes up to assist. rl 4 :TUV V..-1, . .V .5 ii. ul , . . , .-T A - A W ,,.. ,. ., - , - 1 ....,,', .. - . Halfback Rick Bird breaks loose around end for big gain against El Centro JC. Standing: Tom Winn, George Eninger, Dave Shikles, Loren Stenberg, and Coach Paul Taylor. Seated: jerry Bowers, Greg Bidlingmaier, Art johnson, and Rich Thompson. Freshman Basketball Under the direction of Coach Paul Taylor, the freshmen basketball team showed good hustle and team play throughout the season. The squad exhibited some real bright spots as they continually showed improvement and kept their opponents on their toes. Guard Loren Stenberg, paced the team with his outside scoring. Tom Winim, Rich Thompson, and George Eninger combined to grab many loose bal.ls off of the backboard. Forwards Dave Shikles and jerry Bowers were hard to stop with their jump shots from the corner. Hustling guards, Greg Bidling- mader and Art johnson showed well on defense and could hit well from the outside. I l-'-f,,,.. I "QQ f" Y'-,.,. I Q .-seg.,-.- an ,I -V Y t . I, 400, 8 : 1- I 1- ' ' x 5 Q A , My V, 694 1 .ndb A 'uw ., 6 X 922235315 f 1 L r I 7 Uvry 'A ' T, fx X f. if Q L ' "5 5. I Q3 -.mm ,4 PW " , i1l 1 nv I ' QQ-,M -'-imgwwa 5 5?lf.f'rl4"I?L ' ,r V -Q , ec-ef: - . ii- stef YYY. lar V: 4 if il.- gzlfl' e':.'5fQiiii'ii-B?-l T' s B-ffifggf Q, 11+ I I Q -.Y 3. af. af. I C f iw if Row 1: Coach Clay Brooks, jim Bunch, Art johnson, Phil Rees, Skip Runner, Dave Utter,I.eland Tipton and Coach Doug Gow. Row 2: Dave Wilson, Bruce Hunn, Tom Spight, Gary Sjoberg, and Dennis Bailey. Back Row: Ron jones, jeff Owens, Ron Styn, Dick Jensen, and Norm Towers. E I I r E . . . :WE-.1 A ' , eg- Q F 1 , J" 'JG ' - J ' ' 'I 2 " - '.', i 'T .' ' i i ' ,, aa . NET' N .- ', TJ-Q - " 'T' :. , . ,jifrul J .V , , 4:1 :f ' i , w-r-.rl-Lf 1 , K'-fil - - ' ,f ,iii i.,fi-f'fg,'. . . ui " .' ' ' -A i at ' - . ".'i-'F' -'W-'2E2i'5F f3?' E-sffffifi i :Mini 4' i f , ,- - ragla n: 51 we-55,3 - ,V ., . -ae:A...g., ,gg 7 ' 4 , - I ' -J - lg--,Iwi -wi-"f"rH:?7f-'i'?.J:"'-f ' Ju, 4 .,, . ,. . - .. . . r 1 W .. a. .1,,'-.-'ir-"v3- 1f-'--- axurn. ' b fi. i ' M, 1' '-aid'STS:g:'4'ff1i2f:3eif' g.,5,-y..-4, 5,21 aft 4 1 I , ' 7- ' , ' S, '37 f - :.'g:r:',r"I-if f .,'L c .. 4 :Ext - ,. fm' A Q- A -- 0-5Il1TTziQ2EEi-:f.f?,fgkfi.,... ..i b,Lf1?'?'F-fuss .-Q,1l5f".l ?'f' fg '1 Art Johnson is shown clearing 5'10" against Pomona in winning effort. Art was consistently one of the top point getters for the frosh. 1. -.4 Frosh Traclzsters Exhibiting a strong team, the UR frosh track squad finished second in the conference behind powerful Occidental. Some excellent performances were turned in by the Bullpups this season. On the track, miler Norm Towers was outstanding. Norm broke the school record in the mile as he was one of the top distance men in the conference. Other distance men Dick Jensen, Dave Wilson, and Leland Tipton showed well in anything from the 440 to the two mile. Making up the sprinting crew were Ron Styn, Ron Jones, Art johnson, Dennis Bailey, and Keith Thompson. Hurdling were Gary Sjoberg, Dave Utter, and Tom Spight. On the field the Redlands squad was very strong. Discus thrower Skip Runner proved to be one of the top frosh throwers in Southern California with tosses over 140 feet. A strong pole-vault crew consisted of four, twelve feet or better, vaulters. They were jim Bunch, Gary Sjoberg, Jeff Owens, and Keith Thompson. Broad jump- ers Ron jones and Dennis Bailey placed well in most of the meets this year. Throwing the javelin were Dave Utter, Art john-son, Phil Rees, and Bruce Hunn. 'I i. Bullpups 1 sw f f. ry Sjoberg shows good form over the rdles. Skip Runner, one of the team's top scorers, is shown throwing f the discus. T... ggiaifsl , Qg, .. ,Q E, Q H B 1 if .4 Broad jumper Dennis Bailey lands after long lead. Dennis jumped near the 21-foot mark consistently this year. 4. . , --Q .4 -5 - f f - Dave Utter e 5 -,fi 1 6? Q- ' bash " lil' ' tosses the javelin .1 fi Pole vaulter, jim Bunch clears bar at 12'6". Ron Styn led the Bullpup sprinting crew. FICSIIIHRH 1385613811 Row 1: John Mussey, Ed Matsuishi, Bill Martin, Howard Herbert, Bob Malcolm, and Bob Clymire. Row 2: Bob Wheeler, jerry Bowers. john Stroup, Dan King, john Demmon, and Tony Taylor. Paced by the hitting of jerry Bowers, Lowell Boss- hardti Danny King, and John Stroup, the Bullpup baseball team played well throughout the season. As of May 1, the team had strong possibilities of finishing high in the conference race. Catcher jerry Bowers made many fine plays behind the plate as he handled pitching standouts King and Stroup. FIT' V x L, . . I 'F "' YEL Ar ' l ...X Student coach, Tom Niquette and Coach Lee Fullmer. Jerry Bowers rips oPf his mask and catches ll foul tip. 120511 tars P . , , ,s, -V - . 1711+ ' '.'L""':.:'1' Efig l fl' -is -M -2 W' V ' -s l l 1 Y - lf xl . A J M ' H V , , b 5 ' , V 0' a :WI F af V . in ,Ak ' af, ' I - .- .- X ., s . xv, "TI, ' '. la-uf V 1 o '. 's -fa -If ,. ffl' l , ,wr Q lx H ,... . . 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Bill Martin waits for a fly ball. f lit r s .if - r V. . :. , ilxiij' .,.,, 1 '61 1- in 1. rdrnm ny , 5 2 ii Il ll I1 r llil ,JFt,4 ,,,....N 75 1 ll -A Hunan 'Q 1 - i i ur fi :GI ' 'Witt H191 sigh' ,Life-f ilk, ,ISV 'F Rini 5 as " 5 'wi , 7.3 , i , ?T q,fL ae, , , i fa-: ssaesxzsaiew , wem- Y iw ' I ,, - , iniii, , A1 X QE' Ygbf., ,J i I "iii 'ff sa u ' 'lMgszwsf-- ' i Row 1: Steve Smith, Russ Elliot, and Jim Scherer. Row 2: Coach jim Verdick, Rob Gage, joe Taylor, Steve Olson, and Doug Whitmore. Frosh Tennis Exhibiting a very powerful squad, the Bullpup tennis team romped over a majority of their opponents. Russ Elliot fshown at lefty paced the netters, playing first singles. Russ may be called on next year to till a vacated spot on the varsity. As of April 4 a 15-3 record was established, and an SCIAC conference title was within reach. The doubles teams of Elliot and Steve Srnithg jim Scherer and Gary Barmoreg and joe Taylor and Steve Olsen won many of their matches this year. 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Amd' 'ih.y'v'..'4-nf ,milf v u Vg. 6 w "'fs.,.,i N , , OF SAN BERNARDINO 81 RIVERSIDE Index--Wh0's What and Where A Abbott, Carol, 57, 130 Abdella, Doug, 62, 206 Ackerman, Myrna, 49, 52 Acres, Alice, 32, 103 Adams, Mrs. Bess, 12 Adams, Bob, 126, 143 Adams, Richard, 85 Adams, Ted, 52, 98 Adler, Valerie, 32, 107 Administrative Staff, 29 Akey, Roger, 56, 136, 205 Alder, Bill, 59 Alexander, Sue, 57, 62, 73 Alkazin, Steve, 54 Allan, Bill, 39 Allen, jeanne, 54 Allison, Dave, 52, 85, 90, 99, 139, Alpha Gamma Nu, 126 Alpha Mu Gamma, 93 Alpha Phi Gamma, 90 Alpha Sigma Pi, 107 Alpha Theta Phi, 103 1 Alpha Xi Omicron, 110 American Guild of Clrganists, 93 Amsbry, Mike, 52, 120, 185, 203 Anderson janet, 32, 114 Andersoni john G., 190 Anderson Anderson, Anderson , john W., 49, 126 Nina, 63, 85, 98 Pat Keller, 87 Anderson: Scott, 60 Anderson Anderson, Stan, 47, 85, 118 Mr. Walt, 203, 215 Anlauf, Terri, 54, 65 Apodoca, juan, 181, 190, 192 Applewhite, Dr. Davis, 18 Archbald, Sue, 99, 114 Armacost, Dr. George H., 6, 7, 163, 171 Armbrust, Earl, 59, 130, 131 Armstrong, Bruce, 120 Armstrong, Clark, 92, 126, 133 Armstrong, Dan, 120, 180, 182, 185, 190, 191 Arthur, Linda, 93, 107, 129 Austin, Cynthia, 56, 61 Austin, Mr. Don, 12 Avina, Anthony, 32 Ayala, Dan, 161, 186, 189 Ayers, Dave, 76 B Baccus, Dr. joseph, 23 Bacon, Bill, 52, 120 Baechtel, Lynn, 64 Baffrey, Norm, 76, 93, 133, 134, Bailey, Dennis, 210, 211 Bailey, Edgar, 32 Bailey, jean, 46 Bailey, Dr. Kenneth, 25 Baker, Carolee, 57, 62, 99 Baker, Marian, 32 Baker, Sherry, 49, 88, 107, 145 Balch, Peter, 61, 136 Ball, jim, 55, 62 Ball, Miriam, 94 Ball, Norman, 62 Band, sz, 83, 84, 150 Banta, Dave, 55, 72 151 Baptie, Mary, 57, 62 Barker, joan, 93 Barker, Raymond, 32, 123 Barlow, Barbara, 110 Barmore, Gary, 97, 206 Barnes, Virginia, 32, 78 Barons, B5 Basore, arrell, 32, 118, 129 Bauer, Barbara, 49, 52, 89, 114 Beardsley, Mrs. Thelma, 26 Becker, Dr. Gilbert, 18, 200 Beckus, Barbara, 32, 92 Bedaux, jeanette Zeiger, 32 Beebe, Carol, 32 Beiden, Dick, 194 Bell, Camille, 40, 133, 165 Bell, Sydney, 57, 98 Benjamin, Srojini, 98 Benson, Graham, 56 Berglund, Bud, 201 Berkley, Sonja, 32, 110 Berry, Mary, 62, 145 Best, Herb, 93 Best, Sue, 33 Beta Lambda Mu, 102 Bethel, jim, 99, 215 Beyne, Bruce, 78, 85, 118 Bidlingmaier, Greg, 208, 209 Bilder, jeanne, 108, 172 Binkley, Bob, 95 Bird, Rick, 101, 190, 193, 206, 207 Bishop, Arlyss, 103 Bishop, Bob, 63, 206 Bishop, Mr. Frank, 24 Black, Brenda, 56, 61 Blacksten, Kathy, 144, 167 Blake, Priscilla, 47, 103, 157 Blake, Rosalie, 55, 57, 61, 145 Bleiler, Bette, 63 Blount, Margaret, 56, 59, 99 Blozan, Yolanda, 33, 41, 76, 110, 144 Blything, Don, 200 Boardman, Virginia, 52, 72, 76, 107, 144 Boeke, Susan, 65 Boen, Deanna, 33, 110 Bogle, judy, 107 Bohn, Ken, 33, 73 Bohrnstedt, Mr. Wayne, 11 Boldt, judy, 89 Boling, Sharon, 49, 114, 143 Bolles, Barbara, 57, 145 Bolstad, Doug, 52 Booth, Dick, 65, 206 Boren, Maggie, 52 Bosch, Pat, 103 Bosking, Linda, 57,63 Bowen, Betty, 107 Bowers, jerry, 59, 208, 212, 213 Bowen, Larry, 76 Bowman, Ralph, 134 Boyd, Mrs. Mary, 144 Boynton, jim, 56, 60 Bradshaw, john, 52, 72, 120, 142, 161, Brandmeyer, Dee, 61 Branson, Dean, 206 Bredlow, Barbara, 61 Bridges, jane, 73, 103, 144 Bridges, Vivian Lee, 47, 92, 133 Brigham, Carolyn, 176 Brigola, Mr. Alfredo, 16, 93 Bristow, Mary, 114, 157 Broadbent, Lorna, 57, 64 Brock, Darryl, 120 Brockett, Guy, 33, 98 Brodie, judy, 99, 130 Broiles, Steve, 52, 90, 139, 163, 164 Bromberger, Dr. Fred, 12 Brook, Tom, 52, 95 Brooks, Anna, 57 Brooks, Clay, 206, 210 Brooks, jim, 98 Brown, Dr. Gilbert, 8, 175 Brown, Hartley, 215 Bruce, Marilyn, 107, 145 Buehman, Coila Ann, 57, 64, 101 Buffman, Barbara, 52 Bullock, Brenda, 56 Bunch, james, 63, 206, 210, 211 Burge, Guy, 33, 90, 126 Burger, judy, 54, 60 186, 189 Burroughs, Tim, 33, 120, 180, 182, 194, 195 Butler, judy, 57 Butler, Lynne, 73, 114 C Cady, Dr. George, 18 Caesar, Terry, 60, 139 Caldwell, David, 120 Calvert, jean, 33, 69, 73, 110 Cameron, Ron, 54 Camheld, jean, 33, 38, 87, 114, 156, 157 Campbell, Gloria, 53, 114 Campbell, Nancy, 33, 103 Canterbury, 99 Carson, Mr, George, 20 Carson, Kit, 33 Carter, Steve, 47, 181 Casella, Gary, 33, 123, 143, 181, 194, 197, 20 Cassetty, Don, 61, 98 Cassidy, Don, 56 Caudle, Sylvia, 56, 61, 130 Cavanaugh, Pat, 33 Cavender, Nancy, 55, 60 Cerato, Sandy, 114, 143, 176, 177 Chadsey, Betty, 55 Chaffey, joyce, 56, 93 Chamberlain, Carol, 56, 98 Chambers, Ray, 174, 177 Chaney, Roger, 180, 182, 184 Chi Sigma Chi, 118 Chisum, Perry, 205 Christian Science, 101 Ciocca, janet, 33, 103 Ciocca, jean, 33, 103, 129 Clark, Carmelle, 64 Clark, jim, 20, 123, 152, 190, 193 Clark, judy, 63 Clark, Margaret, 33 Clark, Mrs. Margaret, 19 Clark, Marilyn, 110 Claus, Bernie, 47 Cline, Mary Edith, 34, 114 Clymire, Bob, 134, 212 Coates, Sandra, 85 Cobb, Dick, 186, 188 Cobbe, jeff, 47, 180, 184 Colbert, Bill, 176 Collins, Ed, 72, 101, 206 Combs, Dr. Stanley, 24 Comito, Sally, 55, 72 Community Symphony Orchestra, 80 Concert Choir, 76 Cook, Curtis, 34, 126 Cook, Kenneth, 61 Cook, Ross, 60 Coon, Betty, 34 Corley, james, 120 Cornwell, Ann, 115 Corwin, Mr. Ken, 10 Coufal, john, 130 Coulter, Dr. Mary, 16, 93, 99 Courtney, Bill, 76 Covert, Harry, 176 Cowden, john, 60 Cragg, Dr. Nadine, 14, 54 Crane, Ted, 34 Craven, Betty, 115 Crenshaw, Bob, 91 Cressaty, Sharalee, 115 Crofts, Carole, 34, 87, 115 Cruikshank, Gordon, 176, 177 C.S.T.A., 91 Culler, Ellen, 96 Cummings, Carol, 110, 144 Cummings, Mr. jack, 10, 162 Cummings, janet Dorrans, 34, 87, 115 Cunningham, jim, 47, 93 Cunningham, Robert, 63,185 Curry, Mal, 71, 120, 160 Curry, Sa Leal, 57, 61 D Dahlem, judie, 103 Dailey, Donna, 59, 61 Dale, Vonee, 34 Dalzell, jan, 54, 57, 62 Dana, Dr. Stephen, 21, 90 Daniels, Bruce, 54, 62, 142 Dansby, Don, 34 Daud, Lisanuddin, 95 231 Daugherty, Howard, 62 Davidson, Bob, 60 Davidson, Kay, 115 Davies, Dennis, 85 Davies, Mr. Ellis, 14, 15 Davis, Charlotte, 55, 61 Davis, Marcia, 56, 57, 64, 98 Deeds, Barbie, 144 de Gero, Gay Ellen, 47, 103 Del Mar, Dave, 47, 90 Delta Alpha, 91 Delta Kappa Psi, 114 Demmon, John, 54, 212 Democrats, 95 Dermody, Roger, 34, 123, 162, 190 Detweiler, Doug, 126, 022 Deuel, Dr: Pauline, 16, 87, 93 Devore, Merry, 55, 76, 144, 167, 170 Devos, Ron, 34, 190, 191, 193 Dial, Joe, 126, 129 Dickens, Jackie, 104 Dickey, Jim, 85 Dickey, Martin, 90 Dickinson ,Dave, 98 Dickinson, Don, 45, 126, 202 Dillon, Henry, 90 Dillow, Jean, 64 Dodge, Lois, 34, 110, 143 Doese, Elizabeth, 34 Dolan, Kathy, 107 Dolle, Arrah, 56, 63 Dona, Nancy, 104 Donnelly, Questa, 61 Dornbach, Mr. Vernon, 19 Dougall, Marsha, 176 ' Dow, Miss Margaret, 11, 93 Dowler, Jan, 143, 176, 177 Downing, Rev. Clarence, 17, 87, 97, 99 Dozier, DeeAnne, 50 Drake, Bob, 93, 176 Drake, Liz, 45, 115 Dresser, Janice, 104 Drill Team, 150 Duck, Leonard, 149 Duffey, Marie, 107, 160 Dukes, 54 Dunbar, Judy, 72, 97, 115, 176 Dunbar, Lois, 35, 110 Dunning, Dave, 47, 76, 143 E Eadie, Dr. Douglas, 17 Earhart, Karen, 115, 176 Earle, Chili, 198, 199, 200 Eastvold, Ike, 177 Eaton, Dr. Robert, 24 Ebersole, Nylah, 108 Eberth, Joanie, 50, 110, 140 Edwards, Frances, 35 Eggen, Phyllis, 72, 76, 115 Eiles, Dick, 35, 126, 186, 187, 188 Elliot, Russ, 214 Elliott, Richard, 60 Ellis, Dottie, 108 Ellis, Ruth, 35, 92, 110, 129 Elrod, Emerson, 35 Elwell, Kay, 35, 145 Eninger, George, 60, 208 Erickson, Carol, 56, 145 Erikson, Bob, 35, 70, 72, 126 Espinoza, Manny, 181 Evans, Ruth. 35, 104 F Fagerburg, Mr .Byrns, 7, 10 Fagerlin, Anna, 88, 115, 157 Fagundo, Ana Marie, 52, 93 Fahlberg, NanCy, 98 Feld Quartet, 170 Felix, Karen, 108 Ferguson, Jeanne, 51, 76, 88 Fletcher, Ed, 145 Floyd, Janet, 53, 108 Fogt, Betty, 35 Ford, Jean, 76, 98 Fossom, Judy, 93 Foster, Mary, 35, 102 Fox, Bill, 36, 125 Fox, Mr. Louis, 25 Francis, John, 136 Francis, Judy, 144 Frank, Steve, 54, 61, 85, 205 Franklin, Joyce, 60 Frantz, Jeri, 115, 164 Franzier, Phronso, 91 Freiberg, Dr. Stanley, 12, 90 French, Cathy, 36, 91, 108 Fricker, Evan, 36, 149 Friedman, Jim, 53 Friedrichs, Lloyd, 59, 98 Frye, Jim, 36, 206 Fulmer, Mr. Lee, 14, 161, 186, 212 G Gage, Bob, 59, 214 Gale, Mae, 35, 36, 111 Garrett, Elizabeth, 50 Gast, Jill, 36, 111 Gates, Betty, 36, 93, 102, 129, 145 Gates, Bob, 51, 123, 190 Gaustad, Dr. Edwin, 175 Gerges, Sandra, 36, 115 Gibbs, Dr. Elsie 26 Gibbs, Janet, 97, 98, 108, 145 Gibbs, Jim, 97, 98 Giberson, Clarice, 104 Gifford, Ruth, 53, 76, 93 Gilbertson, Lance, 142 Giles, Norvell, 48, 78 Gilmer, Tom, 145, 180, 184 Gleason, Dr. Paul, 20 Gledhill, Chad, 88, 123, 190, 193 Glover, Janet, 36, 91, 104 Goldsworthy, Nancy, 54, 62, 73, 144 Golnick, Lon, 89, 123, 194 Golz, Mr. John, 11 Gonzales, Lorenzo, 36 Goodman, Dr. John, 21 Goodridge, Mr. Robert, 9, 68 Goodwyn, Tom, 56, 141 Gow, Doug, 205, 210 Gowder, Virginia, 49, 89, 90, 108, 139 Gowland, Fred, 120, 203, 204 Graham, Caroline, 63, 99 Graham, Curly, 36 Granger, Walt, 151 Graves, Judy, 36, 114 Grayson, Bob, 177 Greenfield, John, 51, 76, 123, 190 Greenway, Dr. Frank, 18 Gregory, Art, 53,2 95, 98 Gregory, Dr. Frank, 17 Gregory, Leeana, 36, 39, 70 Grider, Rollin, 126, 181, 182, 184, 190, 193 Griffith, Carol, 76, 115, 143, 145, 148, 151, 167, 171 Griffith, Dolores, 56, 61 Griffin, Donna, 104 Groom, Dr. John, 18 Grossman, Doug, 36, 118 Grove, Al, 48, 194, 195 Guinn, John, 85 Gustafson, Carol, 48 H Haberer, Miss Vera, 9, 73 Habbick, Joan, 36, 68, 107 Hack, Dave, 151 Hagen, Marilyn, 57, 63 Hagen, Midge, 108 Ha ood Allan 90 Fey, Maurice, 161, 186, 188 Finger, Tom, 72, 142 Finley, Loren, 46, 141 Fiscus, Barbara, 50 Fisher, Lee, 48, 118 Fisher, Linda, 53 8 , , Hairgrove, Doug, 141 Hales, Cathy, 55, 76 Hall, Dru, 36, 87, 134 Hall, Ken, 35, 37, 127 Hall, Robert, 65 Flanagan, Bill, 123, 174, 176 Flemings, Mrs. Corrine, 13 Fleshman, Lou Ann, 35, 91, 104 232 Hancock, Sue, 111, 144 Hangan, Clabe, 37, 76 Hanna, Fred, 85 Hansen, Eric, 51, 181 Hansen, lola, 48 Hansen, Kay, 46, 115 Hansen ,Sandy, 91, 104 Hansen, Sharon, 37 Harader, Bill, 72, 127 Hare. Bob, 48 Harrington ,Car0l, 51, 72, 108, 145 Harris, Ben, 48 Harris, Chris, 61, 98, 145 Harris, Ed, 90, 181, 183 Harrison, Ken, 37, 92 Harrison, Larry, 85 Harshbarger, Jim, 54, 64 Hart, John, 95 Hart, Linda, 49, 115 Harlick, Lorraine, 37 Harvey, Judy, 46, 104 Haskell, Don, 34, 37, 123 Ilatchet, Margaret, 53 Hatt, Ken, 37, 99, 200 Haugen, Bob, 56, 59 Haun, Darrell, 92 Hauser, Dave, 53, 127 Haven, Leo, 37 Heaton, Tim, 165 Heinecke, Walt, 71, 120, 160 Held, Bill, 55, 72, 142 Helmkamp, Judy, 37 Hemphill, Janice, 56, 62, 145, 171 Henderson, Mrs. Laura, 10 Hendon, Mr. Larry, 10 Hensley, Connell, 63 Herbert, Howard, 56, 59, 206, 212 Hernandez, Tony, 180, 185 Hersey, Bill, 60 Herz, Julianne, 53 Heyler, Marilyn, 37, 111 Hickel, Ruby, 73, 111, 171 Hickel, Rum, 70, 72, 97, 111 Hicks, Carol, 85, 91, 145 Higgins, Georgia, 37, 38, 41, 116' Hile, Miss Esther, 22 Hill, Rosemary, 104 Hillhouse, Carole, 55, 59 Hobart, Dr. Charles, 17, 87, 205 Hobson, Larry, 37, 85 Hodges, Jay, 90 Hoese, Bill, 121, 194 Hoke, Mary, 57, 64 Holcombe, Brad, 89 Holl, Nancy, 53, 116 Holladay, Sharon, 38, 76, 102, 170 Hollenberg, Dr. George, 20, 21 Holstine, John, 46 Hone, Dr. Ralph, 12, 165 Hoon, Sanjhai, 201 Hooper, Sue, 88, 144 Hopkins, Bill, 48 Hopper, Eleanor, 37, 92 Horn, Mr. Herbert, 11 Horner, Dave, 124, 176 Horton, Jackie, 81, 89, 98 Hoslett, Al, 118, 177 Hough, Susie, 37, 38, 87, 111 Houghton, Linda, 97, 116 Howard, Barbara, 37, 78, 111 Howe, Judy, 46, 102 Hudson, Chuck, 127, 142 Hughes, Carolyn, 37, 102 Hull, Joyce, 49, 52, 73, 89, 104, 157 Huneke, John, 46, 85, 91 Huneke, Judy, 85, 108 Hunn, Bruce, 210 Hunt, JoAnn, 50, 76 Hunter, Dave, 63 Hurlbert, Ken, 190, 193 Hurlbut, Mr. Howard, 16, 97 Hynes, Di Gordon, 17 Infirmary, 28 Inlay, Don, 76, 97, 99, 127 Inslee, Regina, 98, 130 I.R.C., 95 Irwin, John, 46, 85 J Jackson, Bill, 64, 98 Jackson, Lucy, 95, 111 James, Dave, 124 Janka, Les, 49. 71, 88, 127 Jarmin, Margie, 56 Jaron, Miss Gertrud, 16, 95, 101 Jarrell, Ginny, 54, 59 Jarrell, Kathy, 58, 87, 104 Jeffers, John, 54, 65, 206 Jeffers, Judy, 54, 57, 65 Jelliffe, Mrs. Rebecca, 15 Jenkins, Lee, 164 Jensen, Bill, 38, 70, 140 Jensen, Dick, 64, 210 Jensen, Rev. Merrill, 9 Jensen, Sharon, 108 Jenssen, Tom, 46, 167 Jimenez, Paul, 181, 182 Johnson, Mr. Albert, 23, 92, 154 Johnson, Art, 206, 207, 208, 210 Johnson, Mrs. Bertha, 25. 92, 154 Johnson, Bruce, 46, 85 Johnson, Dr. Jerome, 20 Johnson, Kathy, 116, 145, 177 Johnson, Linda, 55, 88, 116 Johnson, Loren, 85, 90, 118, 159, 164 Johnson, Meg, 56, 65 Johnson, Sue, 61 Johnston, Jim, 58, 90, 121 Johnston, Marilyn, 57, 59 Jones, Carol, 64 Jones, Ron, 62, 206, 210 Jorgenson, Mr. James, 11, 82, 85 Josi, Beth, 65 Joy, Kathi, 65 Judson, Judy, 177 Justl, Stan, 127 K Kahawai, Francis, 63, 206 Kappa Sigma Sigma, 125 Karlstad, Carolyn, 65 Keays, Jim, 85 Keech, Jim, 121, 194 Keenan, Dennis, 89, 203, 204 Keever, Gary, 141 Keith, Tom, 130 Kellogg, Steve, 127 Kelly, John, 61 Kelly, Peggy, 64, 98 Kennedy, Don, 38, 90, 121, 180, 184 Kennedy, Linda Kenny, 105, 145 Ketron, Bob, 47 Kettering, Lance, 206, 207 Kilday, Eugene, 94 Killeen, Pat, 105 Kimball, Nancy, 51, 92, 165 Kimball, Miss Vera, 24 Kimbley, Rae, 51, 108 King, Dan, 206, 212, 213 King, Gary, 51 King, Judy, 55, 72, 91 King, Penny, 56, 57, 62, 150 Kingsland, Terry, 202 Kirchner, Mr. Harold, 18 Kirk, Paul, 55, 58, 92, 127 Klausner, Dr. William, 17 Kline, Mary, 95 Kline, Pat, 62 Knox, Donna, 58, 87. 91, 103, 129 Knox Mrs. Lois, 27 Knox, , Tony, 127 Knudsen, Mark, 98 Kobayashi, Melody, 55, 57, 64, 145 Kobayashi, Noel, 149 Kohler, Lillian ,38, 110 Krantz, Dr. Reinhold, 21 Kratsch, Barbara, 38, 91 Kreyssler, John, 61 Kuhns, Joan, 51, 91 KUR, 136 L Lamb, Linda, 38 Lang, Ted, 206 Lanham, Dick, 52, 127 Larsen, George, 129, 196 La Rueda, 57 Lasher, Jack, 92 Laurence, Linda, 52, 108 Learned, Jim, 63, 78 Ledbetter, Anne, 38, 95, 111, 158 Lehman, Dick, 38, 76, 85, 92, 119 Leichtfried, Hank, 75, 161, 186, 187, 198, 199 Leitch, Alice, 39 Len, Ju, 55 Lewellen, Donna. 60 Lewis, Ken, 39 Library, 22 Lilard, Pat, 89, 171 Lindheim, Richard, 156 Lindholm, Ray, 59 Lindquist, Claude, 52 Lindshield, Dennis, 65 Linn, Penny, 46, 76, 85 Lloyd, Betty, 55, 65, 157 Locke, Betty Mae Sams, 59, 111 Lockwood, Nolan, 39 Lombard, Kent, 76, 167 Loomis, Lee, 176, 177, 205 Lopes, Lola, 52, 89, 105 Love, Joan, 54 Lovely, John, 205 Ludwick, Linda, 65 Lush, Mr. Ronald, 10 Lutes, Leilani, 48, 76, 94 Luthin, John, 59 Lynn, Mike, 39 Mc McCall, Dennis, 52, 121 McCammon, Bob, 55, 65 McClellan, Larry, 75, 149 McCook, Bill, 52 McCreary, Pat, 51, 116, 145 McCririe, Jack, 124 McDaniel, Mrs. Inga, 27 McDonald, Pete, 50, 124 McDowell, Steve, 54, 65, 206 McElvany, Jim, 65 McFarlan, Ed, 159 McFarland, Craig, 46 McFarland, Grace, 154, 177 MacFarland, Pat, 105 McGibbons, Paul, 121, 194, 195 McKenzie, Sharon, 116 McKibban, Darrell, 46, 180, 185, McKinney, Harry, 205 McKinnon, Mike, 181 McLane, Bob, 215 McMillan, Gordon, 93 McMillan, Jon, 72 McMillan, Tom, 65 McNairy, Dreux, 47 M Maas, Linda Rae, 51, 98, 111 MacDicken, Bob, 85, 150 MacDonald, Bonnie, 89, 116 MacQuarrie ,Marilyn, 57 Mackaig, Sue, 57, 60 Macon, Mike, 65, 206 Main, Dr. William, 12 Maintenance, 28 Malcolm, Bob, 62, 206, 212 Mallory, Tom, 55, 127, 190 Mann, Betty Carol, 51 Mann, Gerry, 39 Mapes, Julie, 55, 98, 100 Marcum, Bert, 65 Marino, Barbara, 85, 98 Markley, Bob, 85 Markwyn, Marti, 105 Marshall, Brian, 143, 167, 186, 18 Marshall, Gary, 186, 188 Martin, Barry B., 76, 133, 204 Martin, Barry J., 59, 215 Martin, Bill, 65, 212, 215 Martin, Jamay, 39, 116 Martin, Jewel, 39 Masuda, Ken, 54, 60, 136 Matson, Marilyn, 112, 177 Matsuishi, Ed, 65, 212 Mattocks, Deanna, 59 Matrox, Doug, 46, 124, 145, 180, Maybury, Dr. Robert, 21 Mayer, Dr. Fredrick, 19 Mayfield, Dr. Samuel, 20, 25 194, 197 9, 194 182 Mayr, Ellen, 40, 105 Meador, Anne, 52, 112 Meek, Karen, 54, 61 Meeker, Dave, 54, 95 Meeker, Marcia, 40, 105 Meelker, Hilda, 65 Melinder, Kathy, 55, 65, 157 Mercandante, Larry, 181, 194 Merrell, Toni, 51, 88, 112, 171 Mertins, Mrs. Esther, 8 Metter, Ann, 99 Mettler, Larry, 40 Metzger, Sue, 56 Mewborn, Alice, 105 Mignacco, Carene, 52, 88, 112, 145 Millard, Jim, 46 Millen, Nancy, 51, 72, 112, 144 Miller, Maureen, 63 , Miller, Nancy, 40, 112 Miller, Renie, 56 Miller, Richard, 93, 94, 180 Miller, Dr. Ward, 15 Miller, Wayne, 47, 75, 127 Mills, Jim, 101, 205 Mills, Nancy, 97, 116, 129 Mills, Rosemary, 40 Moburg, Mr. Leon, 19 Modyman, Linda, 92, 132, 135, 134 Moffxtt, Arlene, 40 Mogler,ABob, 65 Mohr, Donna, 53, 108 Moore, Mr. Hebert, 10 Moore, Mary, 65 Moore, Nancy Jo, 49, 72, 105, 145 Moore, Violet, 55, 64, 98, 145 Morgan, Mike, 40, 201 Morioka, Irene, 49, 116, 143, 148 Morris, Nancy, 116, 143, 148, 177 Morris, Ruth, 40, 87,105 Morrison, Barbara, 52, 91, 108 Morse, Bob, 51 Mortar Board, 87 Moss, Mary Jean, 40 Moulton, Dr. Eugene, 29, 130 Mueller, Brenda, 108 Mull, Martha, 55 Mungen, Gail, 93, 101 Murray, Chris, 51, 89, 116, 160 Mussey, John, 54, 212 Myers, Mr. Joe, 9, 73 Myrick, Kent, 51 N Naff, Kathy, 93, 145 Nagy, Bonnie, 134 Nall, Kathy, 56, 60, 72 Natelborg, Barbara, 56, 65, 98, 99, 13 Naylor, Norm, 56, 99 Nelson, Ernie, 40, 121, 185 Nelson, Gene, 62, 73, 142 Nelson, Dr. Lawrence, 8 Nelson, Linda, 55, 76, 116 Ness, Dave, 54 Netten, Lorna, 116 Neumann, Gail, 54, 78 Neumann, Jerry, 124, 181, 182, 185 Nevarez, Lenore, 54 Newman Club, 101 Newman, Jim, 94 Newman, Mike, 60 Newton, Judy, 76 Newton, Mariana, 40 Nichols, Sharon, 47, 97 Nickman, Marilyn, 40, 112 Nicoll, Gerry, 40, 90, 119, 129 Niedermeyer, Fred, 124, 180, 185 Nielsen, Helen, 40, 97, 109 Nielson, Peggy, 55, 109 Nies, Ken, 121, 186, 189 Nilson, Dr. Edgar, 20 Niquette ,Tom, 40, 121, 180, 184, 212 Noe, Bill, 55, 62 Noelck, CarolQ 145 Nordin, Linda, 109 Norton, Barbara, 72, 85 Norton, Nancy, 140 Nubling, Al, 69, 72, 97, 167 Nygaard, Florence, 109 6 O O'Brien, Molly, 112 ODK, 87 OK, 54 Oliver, Jean, 65 Oliver, Phil, 51, 98 Olsen, Carolyn, 54, 60, 144 Olsen, Fred, 40 Olson, Linda, 76 Olson, Steve, 54, 59, 214 Oreb, Liz, 50 Orr, Don, 41, 121 Orr, Jim, 41, as, 87, 92, 138 Ott, Marvin, 98 Overland, John, 50, 88, 127, Owens, Jeff, 210 149 P Palmer, Joyce, 57, 62, 85 Parker, Dr. William, 23, 56 Parriott, Nancy, 177 Parrott, John, 41, 124, 181 Passno, Phil, 181, 185, 190 Paul, Cathy, 59, 95 Pearle, Carol Ann, 76, 112, Pearson, Penny, 49, 88, 89, Peck, Carol, 41, 116, 157 Peck, Martha, 26 Peckham, Ed, 41 Peckham, Judy, 76, 117 Pelton, Ron, 198 Perkins, Jeff, 53, 180, 184 Perry, Linda, 41, 102, 129 Peterson, Marshall, 41, 68, Peterson, Paul, 92, 133, 165 Petillo, Dominick, 85 Pettebone, Sandy, 49, 89, 98, 143 Pettersen, Bill, 41 Pettersen, Gil, 41 Petty, Jim, 186, 187, 188, 189 Pflaum, Pat, 52 Phillips, Harold, 203, 204 Phillips, Marian, 76, 112 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 94 Pi Chi, 120 Pickett, Sharon, 50, 112 Pieper, Sandy, 112, 177 Pierce, Chris, 56 Pierpoint, Mr. Charles, 9 Pilone, Bruno, 47 Pitula, Norma, 46 Plachy, Barbara, 105 Plachy, Bill, 45, 70, 127 Plaisted, Fred, 54 Pool, Larry, 73, 98, 142 Plantenga, Nancy, 54, 60 Porter, Paul, 128 Poston, Dr. David, 18 Potier. Margie, 56, 65, 99 Pray, Ralph, 41, 90, 120, 210 Prescotte, Ron, 206 Preston, Barbara, 65 Preston, John, 85, 94 Price, Dave, 41, 73, 128, 142 Prins, Ben. 53, 89, 124, 145, 164 Prins, Fred, 48, 124 Pruche, Doug, 53 Pulliam, Jim, 51, 145 Pyron, Chuck, 136 Q 144 105, 143 72, 87, 90, 91, 127 Quast, Jim, 41, 87, 126, 129, 145, 161, 186, 188 R Rabenstein, Carol, 98 Ramirez, Gil, 129 Ratliff, Carol, 42 Rawlins, Jennifer, 59 Raynesford, Kay, 49, 88, 109, 143 Reamer, Jacque, 109 Rechsteiner, Sue,- 42, 102, 145 Reddan, Della, 53 Reddick, Phil, 76, ss, 93 Redman, Gerald, 180, 194 Reed, David, 76, 85, 94, 101 Reed, Mary Lee, 56, 60, 101 234 Reeder, Jackie, 95, 130, 131 Reeder, Linda, 42, 113, 171 Rees, Phil, 98, 206, 210 Reemer, Jackie, 53 Reinhart, Margaret, 56, Republicans, 95 Rhone, Debbie, 53 Rhone, Jim, 60 Richardson, Joan, 65 Richardson, Tom, 176 Riday, George, 161, 186 Ritchie, Alen, 76, 85, 124, 203, 204 Robb, Phil, 92, 133 Robbins, Milt, 53, 94 Robbins, Pete, 54 Roberti, Charles, 53, 190 Roberts, Frank, 71, 72 Robertson, Mr. John, 11 Robertson, Shirley Stipe, 42 Rodgers, Scott, 42, 167, 171 Roenicke, Bob, 88, 124, 161, 186, 1 Roethlisburger, Bill, 46, 124, 190, Roger Williams, 98 Rogers, Bill, 76 Rogers, Milton, 47 Rollar, Jennifer, 56 Rolley, Wes, 85, 92 Romney, Jane, 42, 70, 117 Rose, Shirley, 49, 88, 109, 143, 171 Ross, Melinda, 105 Rotolo, Paula, 42, 113 Rott, Dale, 132 Rowland, Don, 55, 206 Royce, Dr. Joseph, 17, 163 Rozen, Zelie, 42, 91 Rubel, Chris, 99 Ruff, Mr. Edwin, 11, 76 Runner ,Skip, 206, 210, 211 Runner, Mr. Ted, 15, 181, 190 Russell, Jack, 59, 136, 140 Russell, Nancy, 72, 92, 145 Russu, Dave, 47, 98, 181, 205 Rutishauser, Eve, 105 64, 73, 98 S Sanderson ,Mr. Judson, 20 Sandys, Ron, 121, 198, 199 Sapp, Ervin, 76,'94, 164 Savage, Jean, 42, 87, 102 Saxon, Dr. Paul, 27 Sayler, Jo Ann, 56 Scadden, Larry, 42, 87, 95 Schaefer, Mrs., 142 Schatf, Beverly, 56, 64 Schakillon, Chuck, 64 Scherer, Jim, 54, 142, 214 Schipper, Clyde, 73 Schmelzer, Ed, 56 Schneider, Ray, 42, 118, 129 Scholton, Mr. Robert, 25, 190 Schowalter, Carol, 57, 64, 145 Schroeder, Jack, 88, 124, 161, 186, Schwitzgebel, Bette, 57, 60, 144 Scott, Randy, 42, 145 Scott, Stuart, 50 Scroggie, Bob, 50, 128 Searle, Miriam, 55, 57, 64, 99 Seiter, John, 64, 142, 206 Seitz, Betsy, 56, 62 Selover, Peggy, 50, 88, 117, 157 Selover, Risa, 49, 72, 109, 143, 167 Sense-Isolani, Paola, 42 88, 190, 195 192 187, 188, 189 Severson, Roger, 121, 180, 182, 198, 199 Shakelton, Chuck, 54 Sharp, Claude, 42, 123, iso, 182, 184, 197 Sherman, Mrs. Betti, 14 Sherman, John, 76 Sherman, LaForest, 170 Shield, Mike, 54 Shikles, Dave, 64, 72, 95, 208 Shinn, Ken, 42, 128 Sigma Alpha Iota, 94 Sigma Gamma 'Epsilon, 90 Sill, Alan, 47 Simmonds, Karen, 50 Simmons, Elaine, 52, 109 Simpson, Gary, 50 Simpson, Judi, 117 Simms, Bob, 125 Singer, Jackie, 51, 117 Sinnott, Dave, 50, 119 Sisson, Nate, 60 Sjoberg, Dick, 128, 190 Sioberg, Gary, 56, 210, 211 Smith, Bill, 129 181, 198, 199 Smith Bon, 44, 90, 93, 138 Smith, Charles, 78 Smith, Cora Jean, 64 Smith, Darlene, 176 Smith, Don, 85 Smith, Doug, 45, 46, 181, 185, 190, 193 Smith, Ginny, 109 Smith, Jay, 54 Smith, Jerry, 64 Smith, Joyce, 64, 72 Smith, Judith, 49, 50, 105 Smith, Dr. Marc Jack, 8, 79, 87, 171 Smith, Myrna, 46 Smith, Pat, 50, 91 Smith, Ron, 42, 119 Smith, Steve, 63, 78, 214 Smith, Virginia, 50, 88 Smolen, Dan, 43, 91 Snow, Diane, 89, 109 Soderstedt, Judy, 53 Sokti, 56 Solter, John, 43, 91, 128 Soukup, John, 50 Spelman, Dr. Leslie, 11, 79 Spence, Ron, 50, 124, 143, 181, Spight, Tom, 64, 205, 210 Spivey, Jim, 128, 202 Spruance, Bill, 50 Spurgeon, Sandy, 55 Spurs, 88, 89 Squires, 56 Stabbert, Joan, 43, 117, 162 Stagner, John, 43 Stanbridge, Mrs. Billie, 14, 55 Stark,4Eadean, 43, 103 Stater, Vern, 190 Staub, Sally, 43, 113 St. Clair, Jim, 130, 131 Steele, Bill, 45, 128 Steele, Pat, 46, 69, 105, 167, 171 Steifens, Gary, 46, 125, 145, 180, 182, 1 Stenberg, Loren, 206, 208, 209 Stephenson, Marilyn, 64 Stern, Philinda, 56, 59 Stevens, Barbara, 47 Stevens, Marie, 50, 117, 148 Stevenson, John, 64 Steward, Lynn, 50, 76, 106, 144, 160 Stewart, Ann, 113 Stewart, Mr. D. J., 68 Stewart, Jack, 55 Stice, Suzie, 109 Still, Allan, 130 Stillwell, Nancy, 177 Stoebe, Mr. Wallace, 26 Stong, Jackie, 46, 85, 93, 94, 99 Strauch, Judy, 61 Strong, Dick, 130, 131 Strong, Tom, 130, Strote, Bonnie, 50, 131 95 Stroup, John, 212, 213 Strout, Tom, 55, 93 Stryker, Dr. William, 12 Stump, Dave, 46 Sturges, Bob, 43, 128 Styn, Ron, 54, 64, 72, 142, 210, 211 Suddaby, Bill, 101 Sullivan, Dennis, 43 Sundahl, Judy, 54, 64 Surry, Dixie, 130 Sutphen, Gail, 43, 106 Sweezey, Rita, 55 Swim, Sue, 106 Swinson, Kathy, 57, 64 Symons, Bob, 50 T Tadlock, Chuck, 119 Taft, Marianne, 57 Tanimoto, Tetsy, 128, 186, 189 Tarkanian, Myron, 180, 183 Tarr, Dennis, 92, 177 Tawasi, 57 Taylor, Deanna, 43, 94, 113 Taylor, Jim, 43, 87, 90, 181, 182, 184 194, 196 9 Taylor, joe, 50, 214 Taylor, Lemoyne, 70, 85, 94, 151 Taylor. Marion, 43, 117, 129 Taylor, Mr. Paul, 14, 181, 194, 208 Taylor, Sarah, 43, 76 Taylor, Steve, 125, 128, 194 Taylor, Tony, 55, 59, 63. 71, 73, 212 Terry, Sue, 70, 106 Thayler, Pat, 55, 98 Thomas, Nick, 122, 180 Thomason, Ann, 43, 85, 114, 129 Thomason, jane, 88, 117, 151 Thompson, Bruce, 54, 62, 206 Thompson, Dr. Francis, 8 Thompson, Keith, 76 Thompson, Rich, 63, 136, 208, 209 Thompson, Sue, 76, 106 Thomson, Gladys, 45 Thornton, Dave, 64, 98 Thorpe, janet, 99, 109 Thorpe, Lois, 45, 141 Tibbs, Sharon, 59 Tillett, jay, 56, 85 Tinker, jerry, 68, 72, 87, 90, 138 Tipton ,Leland, 55, 63, 206, 210 Tompkins, jim. 54, '63, 205 Tong, Roland, 71, 76, 87, 97, 98 Tooley, Ray, 45 Torgerson, Helen, 98 Tosh, Mr. Robert, 20 Totten, june, 76, 144 Towers, Norm, 205, 210 Townsend, Linda, 106 Townsend, Polly, 43. 107, 129, 157, 176 Townsend, Richard, 122 Trillingham, Doris, 157 Tritt, Mr. Edward, 11, 81 Tritt, Sue, 54, 57 Troyer, Gary, 181, 184 Tucker, Gaye, 113 Tucker, Mrs., 144 Tucker, Judy, 62, 144 Tucker, Pam, 56 Turner, Albert, 56, 62 Turner. Sharon, 50 Turnquist, jane, 164 Tustin, Tom, 55 Tyler, Sheila, 56 U Umbach, Dr. William, 16, 87, 93 University Choir, 78 University Christian Fellowship, 98 University Village, 137 Unzelman, Ron, 69, 73, 87, 122, 129 Utter, Dave, 141, 206, 210, 211 V Valentine, John, 43 Vallon, Roberta, 44, 113, 145 Vandegrift, Bruce, 122 Vanden 1-Sxak, Alma, 57, 60 Vandezan e, joel, 45, 190, 192 Van Dorin, Nancy, 106 Van Ness, Noel, 100 Van Osdel, Gary, 125 Van Slyke, Marilyn, 44, 143 Vaughn, Dave, 85, 165, 205 Verdieck, Mr. jim, 14, 15, 198, 206, 214 Verdon, Dick, 101, 180, 182, 190, 191 Vincent, Marcie, 117 Vorpagel, George, 90, 161, 186, 187, 189 Vose, Linda, 64, 78 W Waggoner, Phil, 73, 89, 128, 142 Wagley, Jean, 45, 106 Wakefield, Walter, 55, 64, 85 Wallace, Bill, 88, 125, 129, 181, 183, 194 Wallace, john, 180, 183, 190, 192 Wallace, Pat, 48 Walters, Carl, 181, 184 Warburton, Dr. Fred, 20 Warburton, Nancy, 109 Ward, Larry, 192, 205 Ward, Paul, 44, 123, 129, 181, 185, 194, 197 Wardrip, Carolyn, 98, 100 Warne, Russ, 76, 100 Warner, Sue, 145 Wasileuska, Lucy, 95 Waters, Carl, 54 Waters, jack, 44, 90 Watson, Annetta, 57, 144' Watson, Janie, 106 Watson, Nelda, 50, 76, 109, 151 Wayne, Dennis, 44 Weatherford, jane Gharst, 44, 87, 117 Weaver, Galasneed, 181 Webb, Robert, 151 Weber, Linda, 54, 64 Webster, Jerry, 44 Weeks, Marion, 61 Weerts, Dave, 55, 60 Wegner, Eldon, 98 Weldon, Mark, 56 Welsh, Dr. Richard, 21 Wennerberg, Carmi, 70, 117 Werkman, Dirk, 90, 138, 163 Werner, Sue, 89, 98 Wesley, 100 West, Bob, 122, 128, 203, 204 West, Judy, 56, 64 West, Dr. Robert, 24 Westbrook, Clair, 59 Westminister, 99 Wheeler, Bob, 54, 62, 212 White, Doug, 56, 141 White, Jan, 48, 109 Whitfield, Barbara, 38, Whitlo, Sue, 60, 99 44, 113,129 Whitmore, Doug, 54, 214 Wieschendortf, jim, 55, 117 Wiggle, Ron, 39, 122 Wilber, Al, 118 Wilkinson, Chuck, 190, 191 Williams, Bob, 54, 59, 63 Williams, Estelle, 44, 113 Williams, Dr. Floyd, 20, 90 Williams, Mike, 70, 12 2 Williamson, Ida Thorman, 44, 113 Willis, Diane, 54, 62 Willis, Patti, 117, 148 Wilsey, Nancy Ann, 45 Wilson, Carl, 92 Wilson, Dave, 205, 210 Wilson, jane, 164 Wilson, Judy, 88, 106 Wilson, Robin, 145, 165 Winn, Hugh, 99 203 , , 2 Winn, Tom, 63, 208, 209 Winters, Cynthia, 139 Wolff, Kathy, 83, 85 Wood, Warren, 203 04 Woodill, Lee, 122, 180, 185 Woodrow, Dr. Harold, 21 Woods, Walter, 85 Woodward, Joann, 138, 144 Woolworth, Bill, 200 Woolworth, Sydney, 48 Wright, Lynne, 54 Y Yates, Janis, 91, 101 Yen, Luis, 90, 123, 201 Yen, Victor, 201 Yeomen, 88, 89 Yetman, Norm, 44, 87, 91, 145,181,184 York, Carole, 57, 60, 98, 144 Yost, Fred, 48, 145 Young, Dave, 128 Young, Joan, 44 Young, Mike, 119, 128 Yung, Steve, 119 Z Zittel, Miriam Eshelma n, 35, 104 . 1- ' r I. 115. 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