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

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"" I O6 Organizations . . . -"' 158 Sports ......... --" Patrons ..... ---- 2 OA' Index .... ---- 2 19 Volume XLVIII University of Redlands Redlands, California A is A UNIVERSITY IS NOT CONFINED TO ITS OWN ACREAGE, BUILDINGS AND PERSONNEL, AND UR PROVES THIS. ngel o exico 169 sf -QW A li FROM OUR HOME IN REDLANDS WE HAVE REPRESENTATION IN MEXICO AUSTRIA CHINA, AND THE EASTERN PART OE OUR OWN NATION. UR IS INVOLVED IN HUMAN RELATIONS, REALIZING THAT MEN ARE ALIKE IN THEIR DESIRE TO BE CALLED ,, -it HUMAN BEINGS. I: 1:4 ,zu '59 Mviwigi Q 1 W Washington and Jeff " 7 YR T '. 1 I R N NMR . 'gf ' ig - '...x X , , .IL ., , Tn.. .1 '- ., vshs I 1 .A ...- fw - FHM' WA.: .. 'V 111-1.10 .. A ,- Intro-College Athletic Meet. 6 Q. ,QQ A-. 1 "' ---..., ' ,fn -- . 4 .,. ,,,.. ,, J. ,. A ' "-v-1.-. ' 1 Ii, Q? .-.3. uf.-v.,,,,., Ao 1 5"-uni-. 5 v -BtIY . .- ,H ff . ,.f- f. I . f , I , . nw J 4. an :FEW 351,41 ,g3.i'v4',i1-.fggifzl .,-7: 'D WA" 1' . 1. , .. WM, ."'f-Ib V , , , , ., l ' ' :.1.. I Il I .4 ' A . - - wg. , ., . . . ' ., .14-,W A , . Hu, 3 ,.w , ., uw MNJ1-tl' '1.w'? Mak.: ,I .V ,- f -' .-' , .-1.14 '.,fl a ' 4 . , ':j2.A5'f"' 1 - . , ,. ,, . ,A -, , , , V ,14 -I ' , , . - - .,' 1.-4 ' ,' 'Gr ' - - "' 'f N. ff' ,5 mx-si wfgq.. Zfcsif'-4.1.-.f 'x lx THIS IS MANKIND, THE HUGE FAMILY A A OE MAN, AND WE ARE INVQLVED. il 2, Qi! DARE WE BE 'NL ff COMMITTED? 1 KNOW NO SAFE DEPOSITORY OF THE ULTIMATE POWERS OF SOCIETY BUT THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES. THOMAS JEFFERSON 1 V r I . 1 + V xi 1. E. . -1 "vj,gW.- ' xp- .X -:,. . 3 iO1wu , lu-Q , uv.. , Qi" on 0-. I U 64 GW 1, afxx , J.F:f.l.N. JL. ACADEMICS 'lui 53226 I' v Q '-2:3 siiqi .. A. " aawff':W"f, , wvfi'-pf ff , K. wlfif 'lfffffx 4 . 'L - '1-wwf'-f-'mf T- 's a , , l l lf ,.s, GEORGE H. ARMACOST PRE IDE President Armacost has not only been an outstanding administrator, but be also created more understanding between the students and faculty. With the aid of his administrative staff, he strives to assure the academic excellence of the university. A man of high ideals and abilities, he possesses the attributes which it takes to lead Redlands. 1 , 'Q Avi? D DMINISTRATIO 4 "'f ' it Qt , ' .rr E fr 'f qw' '- !""Y' f" get MARC JACK SMITH Dean ofthe Faculty GILBERT L. BROWN JOHN JENSEN FRANCIS W THOMPSON V.C president Developmen, Adm. Ass't. to President Church Relations I e I ROBERT C. GOODRIDGE MARGARET V. SHARP CHARLES O. PIERPOINT Business Manager LARRY' H. HENDON Treasurer CARL S. LEDBETTER Dean of Men Dean of Students Dean of Women A ll.known scene of the students and friends of the university from the top of the Chapel. On the left is the Hall o Leflli Administration building and Duke Hull is on the right. 13 I. . ADMIN ISTRATIO 4 --, oi? RONALD LUSH Ass't. Vice President for Development JAMES FOX Alumni Development 5 FACULTY Q M 'ik f-"'1.. l .l i NH - 'D DON D, AUSTIN, Ph,D BARNA AVRE, M.A. .i of e ro essor o ng is GILBERT L. BECKER Ph.D ALEX BELTZ Ph.D JOSEPH BACCUS Ph.D KAYE E, BACHE, M.A. , ' . ' Associate Professbr of English Professor of History Biology 5Deech Education 0 A .1 ft. ' From The steps of the Administration building, the Chapel is seen. ln it are held the weekly convocofions, student church, ond many music concerts, FRANK E. BISHOP, Ed.D OLIVER D. BLAKE, Ph.D Professor of Education Associate Professor of Geology RAYMOND C. BOESE, M.M. WAYNE BOHRNSTEDT Ph.D Associate Professor of Professor of Music Organ and Piano 36' FREDERICK S. BROMBERGER, M.A. GEORGE BURCHILL, Ed.D Associote Professor of English Ass't. Professor of Education STANLEY L. COMBS, Ed.D NADINE A. CRAGG, Ph.D Professor of Education Professor of Physical Education GEORGE J. CADY, Ph.D Professor of Economics MARGARET D. CLARK, M.A. Ass't. Professor of Art STEPHEN DANA, Ph.D ELLIS DAVIES M.A. Professor of Geology Professor of Physicalfducation sigimf, sw E NN 5 pl' .ft 0 es HENRY G DITTMAR, Ph.D VERNON E. DORNBACH, JR., M.F.A. EDWARD, L. DOWD, M.A. CLARENCE E. DOWNING, Ph.D Professofof History Associate Professor of Art Ass't, Professor of Associate Professor of Religion English and Humanities and University Pastor and Humanities . V mm r v 5 i DouoLAs G. EADIE, Pho sem ELLIS, Ph.D JAMES FONSECA, Ph.D STANLEY K- FREIBERG. Ph-D English A55't. Professor of Ass't, Professor of English Romance Languages Professor of Religion . 1 X H44 Q Q LEE FULMER, B.A. f t 9:51 Professor of J J - Ysicol Education K ' ! .. fp LOUANNE Fuciis i2W'N S' GAUSTAD, Php PAUL R. GLsAsoN, Ph. D . Music soclme Professor of Phl'050PhY Professor of Physics i7 IV ERSITY OF REDLANDS MEMORIAL CHAPEL JOHN L. GOLZ, M.M. Ass't. Professor of Violin JOHN D. GOODMAN, Ph.D f , . Associate Professor of Biology FRANK GRIEENWAY, JR., Ph.D Professor of Economics ond Business Administration WILBUR GREGORY, Ph.D CHARLES GRUBER, Ph,D LARRA HENDERSON, B.M. GISELA HOFFMAN, Ph.D Professor of Psychology Visiting Professor in Biology Associate Professor of Voice Instructor in German RALPH E. HONE, Ph.D CHARLES D. HOWELL, Ph.D J. GORDON HYNES, Ph.D LOUISE JENNINGS, Ph.D Profeggor of English Profeggor of Biology Professor of Biblical instruction Associate Professor of Business Administration and American History ALBERT JOHNSON, B.A. A ARTHUR JOHNSON, M.A. BERTHA JOHNSON, B.M. JEROME JOHNSON, PHD Professor of Drama Economics Instructor of Drama Professor of Engineering and Physics 19 JIT X 1 4-Q: ,K- 'S-4' xv JP CF- Q. i S J. WILLIAM JONES Professor of Church Music JAMES JORGENSON, M.M.E. Ass't. Professor of Public Schools Music HAROLD KIRCHNER, M.S'. Ass't. Professor of Business Administration WILLIAM KLAUSNER, Ph.D Professor of Sociology LOIS FAIR KNOX, M.S. Ass't. Professor of Education REINHOLD KRANTZ, Ph.D Professor of Chemistry DALE LICK, M.S. Instructor of Mathematics HILDEGARD MAIRHOFER, Ph.D Visiting Professor Assisting in German ROBERT MAYBURY, Ph.D Associate Professor of Chemistry FREDERICK MAYER, Ph.D Professor of Philosophy and Humanities ELIZABETH MILLER, M.A. Ass't, Professor of Education LEON MOBURG, M.F.A. Ass't. Professor of Art VICTOR MONTGOMERY, Ph.D Ass't, Professor of Psychology ROBERT MORLAN, Ph.D Professor of Government EUGENE MOULTON, Ph.D Professor of Speech WILLIAM PARKER, Ph.D Associate Professor of Speech KEITH PAULSON, M.A. Instructor in Mathematics LESTER PHILLIPS, Ph.D Professor of Government DAVID POSTON, Ph.D Director of General Studies Professor of History and JAIME QUINONES, B.D. Part Time Instructor in Spanish JULIAN ROBERTS, JR., Ph.D Instructor in Chemistry 41 ,Ji x 'J Q1 ,Sf JOHN ROBERTSON, M.A. ERWIN RUFF NLM- Associate Professor of Professor of Voice Piano and Theory wwf .Y ,Lv 3.4 - -4"' THEODORE RUNNER, M.A Associate Professor of Physical Education F' JUDSON SANDERSON, JR., Ph.D Professor of Mathematics BETTI SHERMAN, B.S. Instructor of Physical Education W.A.S. SMITH, Ph.D Associate Professor of Psychology LESLIE P. SPELMAN, Ph.D Professor of Organ and Theory of Music BILLIE RUTH STANDBRIDGE, B.S. Instructor of Physical Education D.J. STEWART, M.B.As Graduate Manager of Student Activities WILLIAM STRYKER, Ph.D Professor of English PAUL TAYLOR, B.A. Ass't. Professor of Physical Education IAN TERVET, Ph.D Biology DAVID TORRES Spanish EDWARD TRITT, Ph.D Professor of Music Education JAMES VERDIECK, M.A. Associate Professor of Physical Education GUSTAV VOGEL Ass'T, Professor of German FRED WARBURTON, Ph.D Professor of Physics GRAY WARD Physics X x 1 cv Dr. Armacost reaches out to shake the hand of Harvey during the 1962 season. EMILY WILLEY, M.A. Ass't. Professor of Home Economics ROGER D. WOODS, Pl'1.D Associate Professor of Phy NORMAN YETMAN. M.A. Sociology X 'aw ,. .' Q. r vw Oo Pinyoun after c victorious football for Redlands sics Q fgk ' , ,9g',', A .- ' f' . . vm wi! ROBERT L. WEST, Ph.D Professor of Education HEAD RESIDE TS t t ROW l: Isabel Rowell, Elsie Shiner, Elinor Workman, Golda Moser, Marguerite Winnie, Evelyn Angle, Abbie Tucker. ROW 2: Chuck Shackelton, Mrs. Silke, Greta Lloyd, Wilhelmina Schafer, Mable Stockton, Mrs. Secrist, Russ Secrist, Dale Lick. SECRETARIES ROW I: Signe Holechek, Eleanor Merrill, Terri Barak, Gaye Utter, Susan Stubbs, Evelyn Whitehead. ROW 2: Muriel Stryker, Dolly Franken Muriel Young, Florence Bell, Susan Wilde, Louise Reaghard, ROW 3: Nadine Williams, Angie Callahan, Corinne Harrington, Lois McKenzie Mary Wright, Kathy Folkertsma, Marie Basore, Barbara Barmore, Carol Aalbers, Judy DeGroot. 24 1 LIBRARI i 5 i HEAD LIBRARIANS. Esther Hile Head Librarian, Alice Beaver, Catalog Librarian' Lawrence Marshburn, Public Services Librarian, Frances Crenshaw, Acquisitions Librarian, Mary Pierce, Reference Librarian. LIBRARY STAFF: Irene Reynolds, Pleasie MCGaughey, Francelia Whitlow, Bernice Stone, Helia Lang, Josephine Campbell, Sue Thomas, Elizabeth Williams. 95 F IRMARY INFIRMARY STAFF: Mrs. Aurelia Hostler, Mrs, Marguerite Wybenge, MiSS RUTIW Dawirs, MlSS Doris Gvcger, Dr. Bflluln- There is a nurse on duty 24 hours a day who gives out medicine for students who have colds, the flu, or other ailments. The doctor has regular hours to see sick students. COMMO S 'V' t X ROW l: Minnie Vance, Agnes Martin, Maude Bradley, Jessie Mae Ford, Nellie Crook, Ida Vasquez. ROW 2: Verda Kirkley, -Dorothy Drake, Guadalupe Beltran, Christine Del Rio, Gloria Bethard, Avis Hankins, Louise Williams, Viola Sandoval. ROW 3: Chuck St. Clair, Ricardo Arellano, Lester Heilman, Ruben Garcia, Henry Reyna, David Bullard, Theresa Happe, Joe Reyna. ROW 4: Willie McKinley, Robin Welker. TEN AN CE ' l 5 . ll rfb b'o a ROW 1: Ina McKibban Lucy Taves, Ethel Taylor, Besse Hudson, Ruth Bachar, ROW 2:1 Edith Hanson, Marion Hawk, Annie Allen, Virgie McGee, Ruby McKibban Lennie Humphries, Jesse Rogers, Jesse Hawk. Many thanks to the maids for keeping our rooms spic-and-span. e l l , . I ., . . I. . , gl Q l ' 5 l 1 . . M, a v 4' f. u f L . . .X .54 . ,, 'l xl- 2 1 JEL L : 1 . ' R I h M reno, Neal,Quintenz, Doug Stewart, Rex Vincent, Clarence Wilke, Reggie Hewitt, Howard Brotherton, Paul ROW 1, Elmer fprilrfgston, il-eater Simple, ROW 3: Ray Vernier,' H. D. Evans, Ralph Woolway. ROW 4: Howard Hanson, John K. Kelley. We Knodel. ROW 2. Bu ower, , are indebted to the maintenance crew for keeping OUI' CUFOPUS Qfeen Gnd be0UYIfUl. 2 Q' , N , , , V, y . , ,, ' , . , J- ' ., fp ' ., , - ' 'L' 0 1' -. . --' , ' . f 45' .1 - , -55 " ,..-.f' 0 , xt' 5 I , .gn 'C 'Xw '-rf 'Tlx .gd Q L yr .,... mr? NXT- !,-- '- . 1 ff' , h ,, 44.9 ' ' - W. 4, 'r J l,,.,1' wc A.. V..----" 'I---'-""'-f 4' t' 'mid' ' ' ' . A, 'N ,.,. . ., ,- I Qi!-.J Vatfr' I h .. N z ak, A . Q1 .Q Q Q ' . Y A 9 mf "', ROW it Linda Fisher, Mary Ann Stoekel, Penny Whitaker, Melodie Hoagland, Marty Scarantino, Pat LaVoire, Jim Rumph, Sally Wilde, Roxann Replogle, Judy Smith. ROW 2: Sandy Chadwick, Diane Morgan, Sandy Whitall, Sam Brown, Judy West, Rick Bramble, Hank Johnson, Dave Sawyer, Steve Teele, Sue Stickney, Sheryl Morrison, Jim Allen, Jennifer King. ROW 3: Liz Strong, Dr. John Groom, Galen Fox, Dean Marc, Jack Smith, Gary Byrne, Bill Bollinger, Bill Capps, Claire Sheldon, Karen Keeton, Shirley Maniccia, Linda Buller. ROW 4: Gary Larsen, Gus de Roos, Dave Myers, Jeanne Curry, Vern Shields. EUROPE, 1962 Sacre COCUIQ seen in the background from a Gary Larsen, Beth Brown, Sam Brown, Jim Allen, Bill Capps, Dr. Groom, Melodie Hoagland, Galen Fox, and Gus nearby sf,-eef in paris, is G famous bqsiyico in de Roos study political thought in the Hotel Rupertihof during the fall semester in Salzburg, Austria. Montmartre. 28 5 l b ' t b in Revenna, ltaly, This is the sepulcher of the author ot "There's more room. up herel" cry Marty Scarantino Jeanne GZ urg students stop at Dantes om I , fl I C d L d F h h b d h b R the Divine Comedy. The students also visited Rome and Florence rn the country o ta y. I url2y,I'Enh in' 1 as Zrlps rl ey jar r e us Jim umph oo s i e e mug t e iigenty stu ying? SALZBURG, E LL SEMESTER The kngmng craze hm Salzburg and Sam Brown and Gary Byrne can prove The dining room of their Austrian hotel. , as they are seen in 'liyqigu-. 1 I ' l .. ,f 5, . y ii. KI 1 i W5 If X v A 'gy4"'vY J. l -1iiuu"'U' llllll' at , ' I I ll it . 4 Iv W 57 .. gi l 27 , N lv, U 5 ir I! 5' 31 I ze I . r. J i ,Y -r I ! 5 1 . Drs. and Messrs. Groom and Difimor look over o map, deciding where to Take the eager UR Travelers. ALZBURG, PRI EME TER T b L rson fakes a fine view of the quadrongled city of Salzburg, Austria, home of the UR in Europe o y G students. ROW 1: Carol Abbott, Nancy Buchanan, Donna Roscoe, Cathie Hines, Ellen Dumbacher, Marianne Taft, Judy Butler, Nancy Franz. ROW 2: Pat Broiles, Cynthia Austin John Tincher, Murray Hawkins, Susan Lewis, Jackie Hinson, Paul Malone. Ns: L .JL A, Wi MEXICO Again, the University of Redlands branches and spends a semester in Mex- ico. A group of twenty-nine students, plus Dr. Pauline Deuel and Carolyn Ever- ett of our News Bureau, flew to Mexico for the tall semester. The "country of eternal spring" proved very inviting as the group did much traveling: to Vera- cruz, Acapulco, Guadalajara, and Oaxa- ca. Classes were given in English at the University ot Mexico, and Dr. Deuel gave conversation and culture classes in Span- ish. The students spent much time at the institute of Mexican and North American Cultural Relations, receiving help and practice in speaking Spanish and giving aid to Mexican people in the mastery of English. it Ks-'i -s, -, ' if Students celebrate Thanksgiving Dinner, American style, underneath a paper turkey. Yumml ROW 1: Phil Estermann, Leni Nevarez, Sylvia Caudle, Betsy Watson, Dr. Pauline B. Deuel, director, Kay Tillitt, Jeri Nolfi, Peggy Kelley, Carol Everett, UR News Bureau director. ROW 2: Bill Green, Kathleen Smith, Renie Miller, Gary DeMiriyn, Barney Martinez, Dave Wilson, Craig Wallace. 32 ,.,. ,- ,.-.n...n-.u,.. , , , , Ch' an be seen At the extreme left is the administration building, then the library and canteen, Eronlg :ri mehnls Form' lhebiglrgsgs ofmcrsenighrl its the chapel and in the lower right hand corner is Ma Liu Shui village. ac e y t e cassroom I - ' KANG MING LEU NG HO GKO The students participating in this year's Hong Kong program are Kang Ming Leung and Craig Lockard. The Hong Kong Committee has sponsored a Chinese art exhibit and sale from Chung Chi College. An art exchange and photography exchange of the student life on the Redlands and Chung Chi campuses have been initiated. During the year, Marvin Ott and Judy Brodie have shown slides and have given speeches to various organizations, and the committee presented various aspects of Hong Kong and the Far East to Redlands students during Hong Kong Week, March 5-8. '9 l-Ockcfd, Redlands exchange to Chung Chl. Shlnll Kubofgf fdspanzsfvfgugffn Ung Chl, LGF Wai-Hang the artist whose work was diSPlUYe Q ' an ren are shown in the Ma Lui Shui village which will be removed at the end 0 use Wil Cal., llll T SEE r for new college buildings. The villagelmdy date back a thousand years. "Hang on froshl" "Step livelyl" call the upperclassmen to the new students at Fisk University. IDP' Ili.- i -HWY' - i -..JU The Student Union at Fisk University, the Adam K. Spence Hall houses dining halls for students and faculty, modern lounges, offices for organizations and publications, a post office, snack bar, F ISK For the past tour years, the University of Redlands has shared an ex- change with Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. Through this western- southern cultural exchange, the visiting students of both college campuses have experienced living and working in another racial environment. This fall, 1962, Phyllis Tilton and Carol Erickson spent the semester at Fisk, and in the and provision for games and billiards. spring two Fisk students came to Redlands. The experience is rich and re- warding for those who have and will participate in the exchange program. -gn-ul E r-5 Earl poses on the steps of the Capitol, where the students spent much time talking to governmental officials. 34 WASHI GTC The fall semester saw Earl Armbrust, Susan Murphy, and Janice Hemphill in our nation's capital, attending classes and a special seminar at American University. The students from all parts of the USA are di- vided into three units of thirty, each directed by one professor in charge of the seminar. Together with the many cultural, social, and political advantages of the eastern US, the students from UR had many opportu- nities to broaden their perspectives of governmental relations. Each mem- ber of the unit prepared a paper consisting of independent research, unique to the many situations of governmental inquiry. Susan, Earl, and Janice chat with a White House guard while on an excursion around Wash- ington, D.C. Our international representatives are several, and they come from all over the world. Bringing the spirit of their culture to the UR campus, our knowledge and appreciation of other nations is in- creased. As seen and heard, these stu- dents are a valuable addition to our university. They help to broaden better feelings and we all enioy and feel their contributions essential. LUZ IRIS ALBERT Santiago, Chile Music HARALAMBOS CH RYSSOPOULUS Greece Economics ANTONIO CRISTIANI San Salvador El Salvador Economics SEBASTIAN PINTO Angola FATMA ALI FOUM Mkunazini, Zanzibar Pre-Med PETER KAUI. Dankerserstrio, Germany Economics GERNOT KUNZEL Kassel, Germany KANG MING LEUNG Hong Kong Physics SUI MING LEUNG Vigntiane, Laos Engineering INGER NIELSEN Aahrus, Denmark English Literature WOLFGANG THONE West Germany ANTON WANDIGER Munich, Germany WINFRIED WETZEL Stuttgart, Germany Economics BERND WITZER Cologne, Germany x ---1' 0 QQ .g.g.,u -Q 1 'fgqixas .,Xge!"Qf X' T ' A i, x xx A N. " in vfyri! 1 Q , ,I swlvwif 'iv 'lt- iw .,v- Y ag, ,N JA' Em-R am!! i- m 'N qp my ! 'M LW-GL M -N '- "' ffffliavf E? ' 'Tai W J' 1.9 mv A I 1l ""Nur"'1 Q ASS 5 SENIOR CLASS OF 1963 The Class of '63 can once again look back on another successful year. The past two semesters have been filled with many activities including the Senior Class Rally and the Senior Class Talent Show. It has been a year we will always remember and cherish. The past four years will remain in our minds as years of hoping, striving, and attaining. We will always consider them as our great step into the future. No hearts will ever be filled with greater sadness at parting, nor with more anticipation of the future, than those of the Class of '63 on Graduation Day. SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT Ron Jones DOUGLAS ABDELLA LUZ ALBERT Business Church Music Pomona SUIWUQO. Chile SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Beth Josi, Sr. Class Rep., Macy Cavender, Sec- retary, Lynne Wright, Vice-Pres., and Norm Naylor, Treasurer. SUZANNE ALEXANDER STEVEN ALKAZIN FRED ANDERSON GLEN ANDERSON Psychology English Music , Music San Marino La Jolla Whittier Clarkfield, Minnesota SE IORS NORMA R ANDREWS JUDY ARNETT DAVID ASCHER SUSAN JEAN AUFRANC CAROLEE BAKER Psychology' Education Spanish Business Pre-Medicine History Religion ' Redlands Santa Ana San Mateo La Canada Los Angeles PETER J. BALCH STEPHEN BAMBERGER DAVID BANTA MARY BAPTIE Geology Economics History History Redlands Riverside Burbank Oakland GARY BARMORE SANDRA BATTEN STEPHANIE BEALE MONICA BELKNAP Psychology Sociology, English Education, Art, Psychology Religion Royersford, Penn. Home Economics Claremont Redlands Burbank MARY BERRY JAMES BETHELL GREGORY BIDLINGMAIER ROBERT BISHOP BRENDA E. BLACK Biology History, Philosophy, History Economics Psychology Burbank Religion Orange Los Angeles Pomona Redlands IORS MARGARET BLOUNT SUSAN BOEKE STEVE BOICE BARBARA BOLLES RICHARD BOOTH Government History ECOHOFTWICS l-iYefGfU"ef PSYCIWOIOQYI Psychology Torrance Los Angeles NBWPOVT Beach Eduwtion San Diego LINDA BOSKING CLAYTON BOYER DEAN BRANSON CLAIRE BRIMER English, Psychology, Psychology Chemistry- English, Education Education Phoenix, Arizona Belgrade, Montana Dana Point Los Alamitos JUDITH BRODIE TOM BROOK ANNA BROOKS COILA BUEHMAN LINDA BUMSTEAD SOCi0l0gy Biology Government Geology Speech, Education, San Bernardino Van Nuys Auberry Phoenix, Arizona Psychology Ontario .JAMES BLJNCH RITA BUNCH JEANNE BURGE TERRY CAESAR Business Administration Religion, PsychoIo9Y. Speech Correction English Pasadena Education Long Beach Los Angeles AJ.Iv-v--lv- SEN IORS ALD CAMERON DONALD CASSETTY MACY CAVENDER BETTY CHADSEY DONN? EAQAERON RON Economics History English, Education, Psychology R 'sd Redlands San Gabriel Home Economics Kailua, Hawaii e an 5 Riverside JOYCE CHAFFEE DENNIS W. CHEW PERRY CHISUM, JR. HARALAMBOS CHRYSSOPOULOS Church Music Biology Economics Economics Whmie, San Diego Phoenix, Arizona Athens, Greece ' LAYTON CARIN CLOCK ROBERT CLYMIRE SALLY COMITO ZARQEELQ Clflff FREDERlcEEsllllei Physical Education Drama, Literature, Psychology om c norm t G 5 A Pasadena Carson City, Nevada Redlands o::,e1iQrgr:gnt anta na ROSS S. COOK 1 JUDITH RAELENE COOPER MICHAEL CRAWFORD KENNETH EOOK Government English, Education History EC0"0m'Cs' 50,1 Diego Rialto Riverside SENIORS BLANCHE CUMMINGS JAN DALZELL HUBERT DANIELS ROBERT DAVIDSON Spanish Government Business Administration Government Riverside Ahgdenq San Bernardino Dana Point MARCIA DAVIS JOHN DEMMON GAIL DENSON PHILINDA DENSON DON DEWHURST Physics History Economics Mathematics Business Administration Los Angeles Lynwood Redlands Redlands La Jolla ELISA DIAZ ARRAH DOLLE DAVID DRYDEN SANDIE EGGERT BARRY ELLERBROEK Spanish Government History Physical Education Government San Bernardino Buena Park Costa Mesa Riverside Santa Ana GEORGE ENINGER WILLIAM ERNE ROBERT ERNST FARIS ANN FLEMING German, Psychology, Sociology English History Economics Covina Orange Richland, Washington North Hollywood SEN IORS RICHARD H. FLOWERS SHARON FORD JOYCE FRANKLIN DAN FROSETH Geology Economncs Speech Business Redlands Culver City Long Beach Co,-Ono DUANE GEORGE JUDITH GLASER LOIS ALLEN GREGORY STEPHEN HABENER MARILYN HAGEN Art PSYCl'10l09Y. '5PCml5l1f French ClWemlSlfY Psychology, Education gecumo,-,f Education Redlands Anaheim Fresno Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin EDWIN B. HALES KAY HARRIS LAWRENCE HARRISON PAUL A. HAVIR WILLIAM H. HELD Economics History, Education PSYCl'10l09Y History Hgsfory Redlands Costa Mesa COFHPYOH Beaumont Sqn Rafael HOWARD HERBERT WILLIAM HERMAN SUSAN HINES MARY ELINOR HOKE Economics English Speech, History, English, Education Oiai Education Los Angeles Pomona Carlsbad SEN IORS LARRY HORAK DAVID HUNTER BILL JACKSON MARGIE JARMIN English Psychology Art Psychology Upland San Bernardino San Rafael Desert Hot Springs GINNY JARRELL - JUDY JEFFERS DICK JOHNSON NINA JOHNSON SUSAN JOHNSON Government Art, Education Business History Art, Education Norwalk Escondido Burbank Redlands Los Angeles MARILYN JOHNSTON RONALD JONES BETH JOSl KATHI JOY English Mathematics History, Elementary English, Drama, Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Education Education Rialto Glendale FRANCIS KAHAWAJ GARY KEEVER DONALD KIMBLE DANNY KING PENNY KING Business Adf:f1If1ISTfOlIOY'I Economics Music History Biology Son Amomo' Texas YUCCHP0 Balboa Needles Pasadena SENIOR MARY KNUDSEN MELODY KOBAYASHI JOHN KREYSSLER TED LANG Biology Art Chemistry Biolo Berkeley Gardena La Verne Buybogl JAMES LEARNED RALPH B. LEHOTSKY DONNA LEWELLEN DENNIS LINDSH"" , Psychology Chemistry Psychology Business 'EW RUSSEll LULKNER La Canada Santa Fe San Diego Escondido Big Bgiluorgli k a e ' STEVEN H. McDOWELL JAMES w. MEELVANY MARY A. MCELVANY TOM MCMHLAN Psychology Government History Biology Wilton, Connecticut Redlands Redlands Indio MIKE MACON THOMAS R. MANN BERT MARCUM MEI-'NDA MARSHALL BARRY MARTIN Government ' History ECOUOYWCS English, Art, History, Economigg Downey Sepulveda Redlands Education Redlands - Burbank SEN IORS JOYCE MARTIN WILLIAM MARTIN JIM G. MARTINEZ KEN MASUDA EDDIE MATSUISHI Biology Sociology Economics Economics Biology Pasadena Astoria, Oregon San Bernardino Livingston Thermal SUE METZGER ROBERT MEYER MARY E. MOORE JACK MUSSEY Economics Economics, Business English Business Administration Long Beach Glendale Long Beach Denver, Colorado BARBARA NATELBORG NORMAN NAYLOR JOYCE NEWTON RONALD NICHOLS English Business Administration Music Education Business Administration Van Nuys Ontario El Segundo Saticoy THOMAS NORWOOD JEAN OLIVER MARVIN OTT CLINTON OWENS JEFF OWENS History Economics International Relations Economics Business Glendale San Bernardino Northridge Redlands Redlands SEN IDRS ANN PETERS KARL W. PHILLIPS SANDRA JEAN PICKETT CHRISTY PIERCE FRED pLAI5-IED History Business Administration History English Drama PHI h Fresno Redlands Riverside Inglewood LiQem:UC:Zop Y Los Angeles MARJORIE-POTIER GARY QUIGGLE CHARLES ROBBINS CAROL SCHNEIDER ROSE psychology Business Accounting Sociology Fullerton Monrovia Los Angeles Norco ANN ROSENLOF DONALIJ' ROWLAND KAY ROYER JACK RUSSELL Biology Pre-Medicine, B'0l09Y. Psychology Economics l Nampa, Idaho Chemistry Ventura ldynwild Burbank BENNY SANDOVAL WILLIAM SANDSTROM BEVERLY SCHAFF ED SCHMELZER JIM SCHQE Mathematics Physical Education Physical EdUCGli0n Government Econon':ilEsl2MAN Redlands Pasadena Long Beach Visalia Los Angeles SEN IORS CAROL SCHOWALTER BETTE SCHWITZGEBEI. JOHN SEITER CHARLES SHACKELTON DAVID SHIKLES English, Religion Psychology ECODOFTIICS Economics History Redlands La Mesa Covina Long Beach Denver, Colorado JUDY SHOCKLEY GARY I,. SJOBERG SANDRA SJOBERG RICHARD SKOW Psychology Business Administration Psychology Economics Banning Redlands Redlands Redlands AUDREY SMITH JAMES SMITH JOYCE SMITH TOM M. SPIGHT SANDRA SPURGEON Spanish, Home Business Administration English Literature Biology Spanish Economics, Education Whittier Escondido Chino Newport Beach San Bernardino JAN STEELE LOREN STENBERG DINAH STEVENSON JOHN STEVENSON Psychology Psychology Sociology, Education Mathematics Whittier Burbank Pasadena Compton E IORS JUDITH STRAUCH THOMAS srrzour STEVEN A.'STUPAK JUDY SUNDAHL JOSEPH TAYLOR psychology Music 5DUf1ISl1 Mathematics Economics Riverside Pomona l-G Puenle Glendale Bronxville, New York NORMAN A. TAYLOR JEAN THAYER BRUCE THOMPSON CHARLES THOMPSON Business Administration English Govemmellf P5YCl'l0l09Y Anaheim Upland San Bernardino Los Altos KEITH THOMPSON RICHARD THOMPSON DAVID THORNTON SHARON Tiaas JAY TILLIT Biology English Sociology, Religion, Sociology History Long Beach Lang Beach PSYCl10l09Y Gdfdend China Lake Oakland LELAND UPTON JUNE TOTTEN NORMAN TOWERS SUZANNE TRITT Government' Biology Biology English Literature m rio Los Angeles Compton Redlands SEN IORS ALBERT TURNER THOMAS TUSTIN JAMES T. UPDEGRAFF DAVID UTTER History Business Administration Economics, Business Economics Denver, Colorado Whittier Administration Orange Los Angeles VIRGINIA WARNER ANNETTA WATSON DAVE WEERTS ELDON WEGNER LEROY WESTBROOK Religion Physical Education Business Sociology Religion Long Beach Inglewood San Diego Riverside Beaumont SUE WHITLO JAMES WIESCHENDORFF DIANE WILLIS DAVE W. WILSON DEAN WOLBACH International Relations Business Biology Business Chemistry Los Angeles San Marino Whittier Redlands Bishop ROBERT WOLL RONALD WOOD SUSAN WOODIN WALTER D. WOODS Economics Art History, Sociology, Applied Music Highland San Gabriel Psychology Redlands Oakland IOR CAROL ABBOTT DAVE ALLEN EARL ARMBRUST CYNTHIA AUSTIN SYLYVIA CAUDLE Spanish, German, ECONOYNCS Government Sociology Spanish Education Covina Alhambra Glendora Redlands Anaheim GARY DE MIRJYN CAROL ERICKSON JANICE HEMPHILL PEGGY ANN KELLEY MAUREEN MILLER Spanish Biology, German, Government Spanish Spanish, Education, Redlands Literature Corona Riverside Psychology 507170 Ano West Covina DIANE MORGAN MARLENE SCARANTINO KATHLEEN SMITH MARY ANN STOECKEL Psychology Education, Speech, Spanish English Arcadia History San Bernardino Glendale Pasadena STEPHEN TEELE KAY TILLITT DAVID L. WILSON LYNNE WRIGHT Business Administration Spanish Economics Mathematics Burbank China Lake Artesia Van Nuys MARIANNE TAFT Psychology Pasadena CAROL YORK Sociology Glendale N Don Coursey, class president CLASS OF '64 JU 1011 To culminate TWIRP week and to add to the fall festivities, this year's iunior class sponsored the Ultimate Twirp dance. Bill Hendrix and his toe-tapping instrumentalists provided the dance music enioyed by many, In the interclass rally competition the iunior class scheduled its rallies on rainy Thursdays on two occasions. It seemed that if one wanted rain he needed only to schedule a iunior class rally. Following the tradition established last year, the iuniors substituted the Brothers Four for the little-attended Prom. The Brothers Four turned out to be no substitute, they thrilled the audience with their favorites such as "Greenfields." At the end of the year the iuniors found themselves faced with the Senior Panic. Each was asking himself, "Should I enter this field?" or "Will he ask me out?-he only has one more year." The iuniors looked forward to the senior year with only a slight eye out for the "Danger-Graduation" signs. ,1 CLASS OFFICERS: ROW 1: Shirley Holden, treasurer, Kathy Burton, secretary. ROW 2: Norm Hollingshead, Student'Council representative, Rod Kawata, vice-president. NORTH JUNIORS: ROW 1: Bob Morgan, Dale Mittag, Bob Levy, Don Coursey, Joe Keebler. ROW 2: Brian Vura, Sandy Rowe, Melvyn Windham, Chet Floyd, Bill King. 52 '21, i ANDERSON JUNIORS: ROW 1: Wendy Reed, Betty Brown, Lisa Barnes, Bobbie Milberg, Marilynne Garrison, Diane Hanner, Lindo Allen, Marilyn Mohn. ROW 2 Sue Norene. C. J. Smith, Merrill Schoonmaker, Nancy Kroenung, Emmy Lindsey, Linda Dickason, Rosemary Koons, Dixie Grant, FOUNDERS JUNIORS: ROW 1: Roger Lion, Dave Schmahl, Jim Robinson, Woody Peabody. ROW 2: Frank Hungerford, Bobby Johnson, Gene Oliphont, Virgil Nelson, Jim Gordon. -lin-ni V, ,rf ,,,- s i . CJ W ANDERSON JUNIORS: ROW 1: Gloria Olson, Patsy Phillips, Martha Sorensen, Vickey Bennett, Pat Kelly, Pam Peters. ROW 2: Barbara Woolwcyl Jean sem,-au, Peggy Giffen, Sue Fowler, Kathy McNay, Jan Byram, Pat Horvoth. 53 Luka-.ff ANDERSON JUNIORS: ROW l: Anita Corbin, Emiliiane Allaman, Susan Moore, Kathy Dalton, Judy Young. ROW 2: Sue Lyn Heacock lsoph.i, Carol Philips, Suellen Smith, Phyllis Kern. ROW 3: Barbara Burger, Claudia Lehman lsoph.l, Clydene Rose lsoph.J, Diana Hogland, Mary Menges, Nancy Ann Reeves. ' I x.,f' 54 l' L CORTNER JUNIORS: ROW l: Kang Ming Leung, Eric Werner, Ken Corricello, Ron Smith, Doug McLaughlin, Marlan Proctor. ROW 2: John Spieth, Mac Bains, Bill Ruehr, Chuck Wilke, Dave Curnow. Q9 CAL-FOUNDERS JUNIORS: ROW 'l: Siu Ming Leung, Monte Frisbee, Rob Tucker. ROW 2: Paul Smith, Steuart Goodwin, Jim Amos. ROW 3: Bill Edwards, Dick Carson, Bill Parker, John Burmahln, Dave Clark, Phil Stray. UNIVERSITY VILLAGE JUNIORS: ROW I Dave Hughes Larry Horak, Jim Slaton, Steve Manchester Rod Gilbert ROW 2: Jay Greenwood, Jim Culp, Alan Wilson Dennis Cleaver, .lim Schollerman, Mike Shaffer Tom Johns ANDERSON JUNIORS: ROW I: Shari Templin, Anne Howell, Mariorie Anderson, Candi Jones, Marcee Lathrop, Gail Taylor, Linda Robin- son. ROW 2: Verva Smith, Cindy Hoffmann, Diane Eldrid, Joleen Wade, Diane Christopher, Marylin Buck, Carol Mathlin. IORS ABROAD MEXICO ROW 1: Liz Strong, Linda Fisher, Dave Sawyer, Melodie Hoagland, Shirley Maniccia, Sheryl Morrison, Bill Capps, Pai LaVoire, Sally Wilde, Jim Rumph. ROW 2: Hank Johnson, Sue Sfickney, Bill Bollinger, Sandy Chadwick, Gary Byrne, Jeanne Curry, Dave Meyers. ALZBURG ROW l: Phil Estermann, Kay Tillit, Donna Roscoe, Cafhie Hines, Nancy Buchanan. ROW 2: Barney Martinez, Susan Lewis, Pai Broiles, John Tincher, Craig Wallace. ROW 1: Karen Keeton, Penny Whitaker, Roxann Replogle, Claire Sheldon, Gary Larsen, Sieve Teele, Gus DeRoos, Vern Shields, Linda Buller. OPHOMORE The class of '65 was characterized by its service, spirit, and unity, Class spirit manifested itself in a well-organized freshm.C1r1 integration program and an outstanding class rally, the former'complete with a thorough trouncing of the funiversity plebes in the annual Freshman-Sophomore Brawl. Sophomores man- aged the football and basketball concession stands, and with the profits derived therefrom, contributed to university campus life an array of projects and services Urtprececlented in any sophomore class' history. The Ad Hill emblem was cleaned Up and successfully painted for the first time in nearly a decade. The sophomore float highlighted this group's contribution to Homecoming, 1962. Dress dinners, an all-school luau, and a Christmas party for a group of youngsters from the city of Redlands demonstrated the versatility and spirit of service which made the class of '65 a great one. Jim Taylor, treasurer, Bonnie MacKenzie, secretary, Mike La Fave, vice- president, Jim Page, student council representative. f.q - - 1-9 f fg. Rick West, class president CLASS OF '65 g.ii...Jt ........L......... nu..-......n.f.-.-.......... V x by vfe- MELROSE SOPHS1 ROW 1: Charles Bell, Robert Suttle, Lorry' G Ole, G0fd0f1 GIGSS, Allan Sims, Bob Hollowell. ROW 2: Pete Parshall, Bob Dickson, Rick Schreiber, Jim Schroeder, Horv Pinyoun, Ron Costaldl- ROW 3: Dick FiSl16r, Rick Morriss, Philip J. Bostrom, Clyde Curtis, Chuck Dorsett, Duffel' RYCIH, Bob Jones, Jim Russell. 5 wr if BEKINS SOPHS: ROW 1: Joan Nel- son, Paula Blankinship, Mary Ann Dold, Sue Shikles. ROW 2: Pat Whit- tam Patsy Jackson, Alice Crawfogd, Joyce Thomas, Bonnie Bruce, Lynn English, Shirley Campbell. ROW 3: Janet Godden, Gail Billions, Sue Johnson, Jeanne Rugg, Bonnie Smith. 58 CAL-FOUNDERS SOPHS: ROW 1: John Carmack, Art Watson, Steve Weberl ROW 2: Craig Konigsmack, Dan Searle, Larry Ashurst, Edwin Walker, Don Foster. ROW 3: Chuck Fulton, Larry Meens, Rick Christie, Dexter Thompson, Carl Adams, Norm Milleron. NORTH SOPHS: ROW 1: Don Stratton, Mike James, Butch Boren, Jimmy Reed, Don Slow- son. ROW 2: Ron Buck, Richard Ringwald, Toby Larson, Howard Herbert, Mike Skirvin. ROW 3: Roger Scriven, Clint Nagy, John Trom, Jay Greenwood. NQRTH 5OpH5. ROW 1. B,-ian Ebersole lFroshl, Knox Bell iFroshl, David George lFroshl, Rick West, Bob Fagin. ROW 2: Torg Wold, Mike LaFave Larry Nixon, Gil Lyneh,'Phil Shuey, Don Stratton, Robbie Johnson. ROW 3: Harry Miller, Marty Lyons, Jim Schoning, Glen Charles, Greg Kerber John Makinson. I X. l X! Ri T OPHS: ROW 1: Wendy Wallin, Willie Warden, Laurie Ginn., Karin Meister, Lynne Mizufune. ROW 2: Eglsmglzlfvhiel Shirley Dowling, Paige McKenzie, Pat Heffern, Carol Briggs. ,- , . 'Q . ..l. .Qs K n Kalvesmaki Jack Iverson Bob DeBerry, Geof Beattie. ROW 2: Gene Riddle, Roger Gates CAL- . '. , , ' 1 . FOUNDERS SOPHS. ROW 1. Peter Mather 6 . Dave Strock. Bill Purves, Steve Sourenman, Tony Albin, John Moore, Barry Pulliam, 'E FAIRMONT SOPHS: ROW l: Nancy Taylor, Sue Larkey, Judy Ferrell, Marion Haynes. ROW 2: Judy Gundlach, Gail Winger, Chris Buller, Jackie Bonfiglio. ROW 3: Lula Veteto, Carolyn Lewis, Carol Provost, Julia Burke, Judy Moore, Carol Witkowski. Q-, :ai- Eli . , v ' R l JL: l 1. BEKINS SOPHS: ROW l: Darlene Linton, Nancy Craven, NormaJean Berger, Nancy Wheeler, Janet Wel- ker, Rosemary Koons. ROW 2: Pat Raney, Christy Gammell, Phyllis Shelley, Karen Pfeiffer, Nancy Kroe- nung, Beth Adams. ROW 3: Carol Giberson, Marcia Perry, Sherry Dav- idson, Gloria Horning, Patty Kelly, Sally Blackburn, Lee Davis, Kathy Terbeck, Joan Elliott. 60 Q I Qi? Xfllf K J 7 CAL-FOUNDERS SOPHS: ROW 1: Toby Scott, Steve Saurenman, Bill Thur- man, Rand Romig, Nick Odowick, John Woodbury, Jim Tomlin. ROW 2: Rick Christie, Roger Gates, Bill Taylor, John Herrell, Bill Pine, Steve Seitel, Ronald Saltgaver, Dave Wil- son, Barry Brankey, Eric Jordan, Gene Riddle. BILLINGS SOPHS: ROW 1: Ruth l'l0Cl4, Mary Meeks, Corie Lampiasi. ROW 2: Sandy Lank, Linda Wieck, Betty Blackstone, Barbara Anderson. ROW 3: Charlene Clark, Alice Ran- dall, Jean Chadsey, Julie Grimm, Geri Zahl, Janet Putnam. mf- .if iii! I T 15,-. 6 It J HQ 2 'E '.' ., Q D I 4 F J, g ' , !,,fJ,,:,, l y 1915: " Q V, .Thi A' ."' ,4",,,f- 5 3 I y 1 k , 'egg . I , p t 7: 5 f- 0 MM, tl ' ' - - ,:', ?' f like nf A F i 1 K ll ' N l . fl .., . : 1 .il CORTNER SOPHS: ROW 1: Dick Parker, Rich Kuller, Gary Beverage, Jim Heryer. ROW 2: Mike Albert, Jim Page, Frank Bennett, Chuck Falzone, Art Akina, Kent Waechter. ROW 3: Tom Boyer, Bob Mullen, Richard Forward, Steve True, Jerry Bancroft, Jeff Burnett. B , s., -3 ,- CORTNER SOPHS: ROW 1: Dave Graham, John Frank, Tom Mil- ler, Jack Hoxsie. ROW 2: Dave Knowlton, Jim Matson, Bill Nikkel, Doug Chaffee, Chris Maple, Tom Chauvin. ROW 3: Bob Westover, John Prince, Al Hauser, Tim Curry, Al Thum, Bob McLaughlin, Bill Lord, Chris Nelson, Randy Carpenter. 61 OPH ANDERSON SOPHS. ROW 1: Kathy Nichols, Lois Ledger, Portia Anderson, Karen Hammond. ROW 2: Bonnie MacKenzie, Dee Glenn, Trudy Kroening, Eileen Beerman. OFF-CAMPUS SOPHS: ROW 1: Chris Schriner, Susi Farquhar, Marilyn Martin. ROW 2: Dave DeLange, Stephen Hull, John Plefcher, Dave Cominile. ROW 3: Bill Campbell IJr.l, Lee Johnson, Brian Hebbard, C. Mack Gilliland, REDLANDS MEXICO SALZBURG I-kk ROW l: Geri Nolfi, Ellen Dumbacher, Betsy Watson. ROW 2: ROW 1: Galen Fox, Beth Brown, Jim Allen, Jennifer King, Som Brown, Sandy Whirnall, Paul Malone, Nancy Franz, Jackie Hinson, Bill Green. Rick Bramble, Q9 62 Thomas Rhue, class president. Je- CLASS OF '66 FRESHM N The Class of '66 struggled Through its first academic year of studying, learn- ing, participating, and leading to become one of the most thriving organizations on the UR campus. The "Fabulous Frosh" survived the ordeals of orientation and integration to organize their class into a working unit. As a unit they sponsored many activities, worked for their class treasury, shared in campus excitemenl', renewed the tradition of cleaning the "R," endured Ancient Civ and Medieval Civ, and now as individuals they await the challenges of the years to come. FRESHMAN COUNCIL: Fred Colgan, Student Council Representative, Carol Munnecke, Vice President, Ann Coughlin, Secretary, Rich Holloway, Treasurer. ' i"'75'TZ'? FAIRMONT rizosnt Row 1: sandy Black, Duron sparks, Jeanne Walker, Vicki Vickrey, Judee Gill, Kris Lentz-DiBari. ROW 2: JON Pierce, Gail Durley, Barbara Ott, Ann Stacy. ROW' 3: Amelia Eby, Deborah Bonell, Marcia Beistle, MarY Vclenhne' Anita Smith, Desiree Johnson, Kathy Williams, Lynne Bf00k5- GROSSMONT FROSH: ROW I: Becky Lord, Nancy Robb, LGUVIB Smith. ROW 2: Linda Beck, Jeanne Thompson, Karen Lund- strom, Hester Elliott, Kathy Bennett. ROW 3: WertClY Gfeenef Undo Bryant, Judy Jolley, Adelle Kneeland, Linda Salsa, Donna Schaeffer, Sharon Gairison, Carol Berry. 63 L I 4 'Y' gl ix H45- ,...,. i P .4 ,.. ,ii J CAL-FOUNDERS FROSH: ROW 1: Dick Dareton, Gary Eskey, Ron Estes. ROW 2: Ira C. Hawkins, Merrill Hatlen, Dave Stokes, George Taylor, Paul Gustafson, Richard Goyette. ROW 3: David Shaffer, Boyd Lugenbehl, Rick Olney, Bruce McDowell. GROSSMONT FROSH: ROW l: Jacquie Epperly, Julie Lang, Margie Payne, Sharon Mitchell. ROW 2: Vicki Hunt, Kit Davls, Carol Thompson, Sandi Logue, Sue Schon, Edyth Hamlin, Maridel Magnuson. ROW 3: Sally Snelling, Jacquie Thomas, Robin Ruffo, Kathie Hamilton, Peggy Harris, Janie Corum. .Ab vt 64 S , tl 'X 'Y w Lf Muir Q" X Hung f-'ln CORTNER FROSH: ROW l: Michael Gill, Chuck Doten, Ron Crist, Daryl Idler, Steve Chow, Earl Biederman, Alan Erikson. ROW 2: Alvin Chong, Norm Gruber, Neal Smith. ROW 3: Conroy Chow, Paul Gre- gorio, Scott Harvey, Jim Hogan, Walt Johnson, Bill Kimball. I NORTH FROSH: ROW l: John Bennett, Jack Parkham, John Doe, Tosh Mitta, Jim Rosseguie. ROW 2: Bill Rydeen Jock Hogan, Bob Calvert, Tom Allison, Bill Gruner, John Laing. ROW 3: Richard Blough, Larry Dunlap Chucli Mclntyre, Harvey Holt, Jeff Issac, Don lngraham. ' Ptrsen Linda Heydon Diana Carmichael, Dicki Hanback, Sylvia GROSS . - ' S k , L ' I ' MOFCif1C,lJOlJlyE53ISolllIAinEOgYJelBroilhndJlosiZ Siiwithilllxloiicif Stewart, Ruth Sumner. ROW 2: Ann Coughlin, Linda Wessel, Mary l-OU Hill, Kathy Gammon, Carol Hancock, Rhoda Wahlgren. CAL-FOUNDERS FROSH: ROW l: Bill Ry- deen, David Sell, Dale Johnson, Dennis Kottmeier, Glen Wedin, Jim Eninger, Ron Lamb. ROW 2: Joe Hull, Tom Tomlinson, R0ger Gates, Dayton Dickey, Ron Behrens, JOhn Cooper, John Yeomans, Martin Wal- ters, Ken Brill. l . 4-F 65 CORTNER FROSH: ROW l: Ron Lukasik, Scott Fitz- gerald, Louis Hayes, Jeff Guthrie, Rick Lee, Parker Terry, Richard Glenn. ROW 2: Mike Hayworth, Chris Wicker, John Plank, John Watterson, Eric Mac- Donald, Walt Blackwell, Charles Hansen, Robin Dennis. - 'L FAIRMONT FROSH: ROW I: Melody Kobciyoshi, Sharon Uzzel, Janice D. Hemphill, Cynthia Vickers, Ann Shawkey. ROW 2: Gail Winkler, Karyl Evans, Anne Saunders, Sue Blackburn, JoAnn Davis, Judy Wilcox. ROW 3: Jeanne Vandenberg, Terry Kutscher, Christine Kerr, Dottie Janks, Lyynne Batchelor, Mary Whitney, Sandy Mathews, Sarah Stevenson, Bonnie Winn, Carol Weddle, Tammera Stahl. CAL-FOUNDERS FROSH: ROW 1: Bob Bennett, Bob Stebbins, Ron Lamb, Roger Moates, David Brubaker, Fred Carper, Craig Kennedy. ROW 2: Bruce Bender, Jim M. Auliff, Steve Parliament, Wendell Johnson, Mike Weeks, Tom Tomilinson, Dayton Dickey, Mike Miller, Rick Olson, Ron Behrens. 66 5: .1- GROSSMONT FROSH: ROW it Carol Cordell, Kathy Sakamoto, Joyce Aialat, Kristen Missall, Judy Olson. ROW 2: Diane Young, Carol Munnecke, Carol Rice, Bette Anderson, Virginia Swanson. ROW 3: Diana Cartwright, Mary Hottenstein, Lyn Walker, Nancy Clatworthy, Mary Spelman, Cheri Sterling, Anne Wohlheter, Jan Hageman. l e l", im 'I 'E ' l L .1' , c...-. ...-...1 P r fs he "1 C. Taylor, Terry Singleton, Bob Miller, Ted Robison, Chuck Bobitch, Tom Eres. .4. X. tw, eff MELROSE FROSH: ROW l: Lyle Yates, John Lillie, Jim Shikles, John Puckett, Bob Beck, Norm Redder. ROW 2: Martin Udell, Marshall Smith, Steve Hamilton, Paul Gregory, Tom Bandy, Thom Rhue, Dave Stanley. ROW 3: John Bill Willsie, James L. Gilliam, Mike O'Brien, John Lloyd, S 1.4. ll GROSSMONT FROSH: ROW I: Corinna Norvell, Judy Holloway, Olive Hassell, Barbara Winslow, Barbara Healy, Mar- garet Riggins. ROW 2: Caryl Milburn, Claire Morrison, Sue Johnson, Linda Coontz, Martha l-loke, Amy Hotta, Pat Cordell. ROW 3: Carolyn Seifert, Lois Steinrneier, Anne Baueggemann, Sandy Perry, Bellinda Shigley, Margie Royer, Karen Horrocks, Anee Wickett, Carol Richardson. 67 l l y -- l +9 l ol CAL-FOUNDERS FROSH: ROW 1: Dan Weyancl, Carleton Macy, Rick Wiedman, Mike Westling, Steven Yamamoto, ROW 2, Tom Brown, Rich Burrill, Ken Buxton, Jim Eninger. ROW 3: Lowell Lacy, Rick Newton, Charles Goldie, Harold Warman, Joe DeCamp, Richard l-lousewright, Bill Fulton, Pete Pedersen, Bill Fry. X S-J NORTH FROSH: ROW li Joel Newcomer, Tim Bollinger, Phil Morton, Mike Nice, Jim Berch, John Veeh, Roger Stone, John Weeks Ro St , ger rout. ROW 2: Mike McCauley, Stanley Leichtfuss, Ted Acres, Lee Bourne, Mike Bell, Jack Porham, Will Utter, Rich Holloway, Bryant Myers ll, Mike Gollong, Steve Dahl, John Linendoll. GROSSMONT FROSH: ROW 1: Leine Wulffson, Gayle McNutt, Joyce Springer. ROW 2: Suzi McKee, Marjie Frantz, Peggy Benson, Pom Gates, Jeanne Moulton, Anne Lennox. CORTNER FROSH: ROW 'la Mike Kieley, Dick Kintz, Takeo Nishimoto, Craig Higgs. ROW 2: Bill Smith, Bruce Colvin, Doug Foerister, Bill Schoen. OFF-CAMPUS FROSH: ROW 'l: Kathy Wilde, Viola Guerra, Robin Carter, Rose Ann Smith, Connie Olbert, Gracelyn Woods, Harriet Clough. ROW 2: Nancy Breazeale, Roger Plessan, Barbara Hod- son, Mary Phelps, Pam Meadway, Leah S. Kirk, Dave Williams. Z? 'X 'Y' V14 W wif l iff' I ,.v?.'y'1E,h"'s ' : 'F I ' N T Eli X Q .Q 1 X I -QNX Xu my Q . 1 I Awtlm I' 5 Ein' 0 f Q s Q Y w , r K A x 4 1 4 f. x "I-Rf +5 g 1 23. vokqf - 1 ' W -f V -. ,. STUDE T LIFE Cs 'P- . i .An . ' . 1 ' ,Q ' s Ju' - g . NW . ' - , ' -A -.f q H "'- ' 3 S- 1 A , - ""5"z':n-A P , f: 4 -1 .,.3..-aw 1, . A - , ,, 'x ' - 0- ' b h N Y l -I 9 - A , - 4- 'l""""'-, 'A .. is .r Q I 0 0 , ' " ..- .... A 71 ei QBVQVK The annual pajamarino climaxes orientation. '1 FROSH Freshmen, entering the University, had to themselves forthe coming events: dress up day, adjust to new surroundings and customs - dress clown day, Buckaroo Court and the Brawl. especially the power ot the Sophomores. On a They emerged from these ordeals with the mountain retreat at Pinecrest, they prepared familiar war cry - "Wait until next year!" A Freshmen, aided by helpful Sophs learn new tables manners. X--Zhu I think I conl un, .4-iq, Frosh men dig in for futile struggle against Superior Sophsl ' r T ct, I s I thought I could! Q Q Eating outl QC n . - MJ, 5 -15 0' Y' 'rr .FQ V. 4 I' u'wtt5,uttWMtt"' Queen Jeon and A.S.U.R. President, Bob Clymire Announcement of queen ut all-school rally. 4.4 Karen cmd Karin Stephanie cmd Jclnet The 1962 Homecoming lYears To Re- memberl included a morning parade and individual dorm decorations. The afternoon game was followed by ci dance in The evening and a presenta- tion of Ibsen's A Dolls House. Delta Kappa Psi float proceeds along parade route . 3-,lil I' Alpha Sigma Pi's contribution to the homecoming parade Even Fred and Wilma came to the Redlands' home coming! 76 J' COMI 62 ,qv vv",f Drum maior Curt Zimmerman leads mighty Bull- dog Band. E, fra., fi' me-Q 4,4 1 Bull charges fearless matador during halftime show. A large crowd witnessed' Redland's vidory over Occidental. Wx kixl L 1'5" im LIBRARY L WM H wud I -1 YA : "kgs e 9. 1 'v ,N vm 'l!lf'.L'Z.:.-.H Auf , Wi, , M N, 0 'L Bekins' women sing for Noel. CHRI TMA. Anderson HaII's Noel-winning performance. Alpha Theta Phi brings Christmas cheer to men's dorms. AT REDL Dean Umbach arrives at Christ mas Rally as Dracula looks on Ho Ho Ho, He He He lHel1 Heh Hehl. Our leader was there tool Soloist Jim Strathdee on the lute. FEAST OF LIGHT yw. aw It ' X Agnes Morioka, soloist. Mrs. Kudo lleftl plays the koto, lRightl Familiar Redlands' mascot supervises crowd waiting for the doors to the chapel to open. A ca- pacity crowd attended each per- formance of the Feast. John Raitt, a Redlands' grad- uate, attended the l962 Feast of Lights. -fx N. , A W, tx N REGI TRATIO Through the use of ultra-modern data processing equipment, registration at Redlands is a simple chore. Under normal condi- tions, one' can easily register within half ofa day. However, stu- dents somehow manage and semester after semester the process is repeated. Once registration is completed, class changes are iust around the corner! i ,Dv DRAM The doors of The LiTTle TheaTre on The Zanja opened To "A Season Non Pareil" wiTh The Fall Maior ProducTion of Albert Johnson's adapTaTion of Henrik lbsen's "A Doll's House." The H1962 New TalenTs" selecTion of scenes revealed a bounTy of prom- ising new performers. Helen Hayes and Maurice Evans climaxed The season wiTh Their performance of scenes from Shakespeare To a sold-ouT audience in The chapel. For Their Senior Thesis producTions, Rich Adams direcTed Tennessee Wil- liams' "The Glass Menagerie," Fred PlaisTed direcTed Leonard Spigelgass's "A MaioriTy of One," and RoberT Clymire direcTed William Inge's "Dark aT The Top of The STairs." An exciTing climax To WriTer's Week was The annual presenTaTion of Three Prize Plays wriTTen by UniversiTy sTudenTs. Krogsfad Han Pearcel Threatens To disclose Nora's lJoan Nelson! pasf. Z 1 Joan Nelson and Rich Adams star in "A DolI's House Torvalcl encourages Nora as she practices dancing. 84 The aufhors of The Prize Plays were awarded prizes according To The ranking of Their plays. "No Time for Now" by Eleanor Base was TirsT, "WiTh All My Love" by Helen MaTThews won second, and "Freedom ls A Lonely Thing" by KaThilyn Joy was Third, RepresenTing The UniversiTy aT numerous churches and organizafions ThroughouT California were The Two drama Trios. The Alpha Trio, consisTing of Carol MaThIin, Ron Vondeman, and Jan Pearce, made a special Tour of The Hawaiian Islands during The semesTer break in addifion To Their oTher perform- ances. The Befa Trio included Karen Hammond, Rich Kuller, and Fred Plaisfed. The "Season Non Pareil" came To a close wiTh AlberT Johnson's adapfafion of "The Taming of The Shrew" by William Shakespeare. Jim Gordon and Candy Brown in "Freedom ls A Lonely Thing." Ron Vondeman and Karen Hammond from "No Time for Now." V. 6. I - .0 . n ' , . K, T X ....-Q An angry Sue Johnson Threatens Bob McLaughlin A dramatic scene from "WiTh All My Love." Left To right: C. J. Smith, Rich Place, and Jack Parhamf RR i I . I I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, the two people responsible for the high quality of drama at Redlands. "A MAJORITY OF 0 Er' .p- ew 8 ii 9 Jerry Black iTallant Smith! chastises Mrs. Ruben lTerry Kutscherl. Rich Adams and Kristin Peterson: the stars. An excited Mrs. Jacoby. 86 Kristin Peterson in "ll Trovotore." -i OPERA WORK HOP The University of Redlands Opera Workshop presentations were an im- portant phase of the cultural agenda this year. Mrs. Larra Browning Henderson and her assistant, Mr. Norman Baffrey, presented two exciting programs geared toward introducing the enriching experience of Opera to the layman. The Fall-Semester production featured scenes from "Haensel and Gretal" by Humperdinck, "Tosca" by Puccini, "ll Trovatore" by Verdi, "Turando" by Puccini, "Carmen" by Bizet and the final act of "La Boheme" by Puccini. The Spring-Semester production was the music drama "The Consul" a contemporary work based on people's frustrated attempts for freedom, by the prominent American composer Gian-Carlo Menotti. r 4 ,, .f Tl i ,. 9 Voy Stone and Norman Baffrey in a scene from "Tosca." Carol Phillips and Crystal Eadie as Haensel and Gretal, "La Boheme" scene with James Fischer, Fred Anderson, Wayne Dalton, and James Updegraff- 07 88 CLASSES And I was so sure that he wouIdn'T ask Thar onel Are there any Abolitionists in the Crowd ? Only elghf more pages to gol Now as I was going to say, the South could have won The war if. . . COMMO S lneviTably, The meeTir1g place for U. of R. sTuclenTs is in The Commons. Three Times daily sTuclenTs flock here To feasT upon meals prepared wiTh a smile by The Saga Food Service. L DEBATE Rick West captures another trophy for Redlands. HAVE YOU DONE THE BEST POSSIBLE TODAY? .6 rw aww B E Doug Foerster, presenting his side of the question K'-BW ' M ' aim B! E ii fs bg ic A il, , A - , g .mls EQE PWA HH 5... - K .5 x.,,.:. , 1 V ., MH., . ..Z IV I 4 I , W . T53 my '-" 1 "Wif'T' ' "4'F'i""ff5?,5'.7U5 I ' ' 90 .w This year the University ot Redlands debate squad Was characterized by its age and talent. Freshmen and sophomores constituted the bulk ofthe speechsters, but as the year progressed, the natural quality of the squad manifested itself in a number of tirst, second, and third Place trophies. Redlands debaters captured top honors in the Western States Association, Santa Barbara Invita- tional, and Abilene Christian College Tournaments. In addition, a number of awards were won in extempor- Gneous speaking, oratory, and impromptu. Due to the general success of the squad, a number of new mem- bers were initiated into the Pi Kappa Delta Honorary Speech Fraternity during the annual Christmas- party, held at the home of Dr. Moulton, the University's debate Coach. r -v L gif A j G . fffd- ,f2fmf14'?,of ff X. . I V 46' fffoa - mf ,Wu r 466 .' l A . 'X I ,,-, ' , c f u - ., V iw r . r ' Q is Steve Parliament packs in pre ' parat f - debmers during the year. ion or one of the many traps taken by the D'SCussing, t a ct i c s SVG: left to right, te V 9 Parliament, MQW Valentine, and Dave De Longe- ,,,,,.,.1...-7, 91 Tennis on a warm Saturday afternoon. "lt's been a wonderful evening." TE TIME f .iss Used effectively, this method saves buying candy and roses Redlands stays in the space race. Redlands' on-campus dates are quite popular. ln this sequence, Harvey Pin- youn and his date Christy Gammell at- tend the movie North by Northwest and then it's oft to the Doghouse. After an evening of fun, Harvey brings Christy back to the place where it all began - Bekins Hall and the sign out sheet. Mama . 93 Frederick Loewe xW-f P f1""'f ' 'vi- X 1 Maurice Evans and Helen Hayes SPECIAL PEOPLE Senator Jack Miller, Junior Senator from Iowa, talks with students. ThroughouT The school year, as in every year, many Special and irnporTanT people visiTed The Redlands Cflfflpus. These people share wiTh The sTudenTs Their ideas and TalenTs. In addiTion To Those picTured on These P0995 Glen Anderson, Edwin Bonnell, guesT minisTerg Frans Reynders, famed panTomime arTisTg and The Yale Russian Chorus appeared saluTe all of Those people who LieuTenanT Governor of California, on campus. We hereby have Taken Time To corne To Redlands This year. his John Raitt, Broadway and movie Sm, E. Power Biggs, internationally known organist, The UniversiTy sTudenT's home ciwoy from home is The dormiTory. IT hos been soid ThoT The educoTion one receives in The dormitory is one of The moior Tcicefs of The college learning process. Indeed, This is certainly The cclse ciT Redlands. A fomilior sight behind ony dorm. DORM Freshman students study Together for civ. Test. . I I ,X H K I J , I T I X T X 1 Dorm telephones ore seldom silent. LIFE Women students cafch up on world news. Men of Melrose take musical study break. .QS- Llndu Bosking in her own hall of mirrors 1 Eerie shadows o f Dr. Kildare invade Anderson basement. Hondas await action behind Melrose. The thirty-second Writer's Week lFebruary 18-22l brought, as in past years, a number of well known authors to the Redlands Campus. Among the visiting speakers were Dave Bell lNBC producer of "College Re- port"l, Catherine Drinker Bowen la foremost biographer of present timel, Holling C. and Lucille Holling lproducers of modern books for young readersl, Robert R. Kirsch lLiterary Editor of the Los Angeles Timesl, Robert E. Lee lco-author of Inherit the Windl, Robert Livingstone INBC-TV directorl, A. L. Rowse lcontemporary eminent historianl, Dean Whitmore lassociate producer of TV's Dinah Shore showl, Mitsu and Taro-Yashima lArt- ists, authors, and illustrators of children's booksl. l- x Dr. A. L. Rowse talks informally with students. Catherine Drinker Bowen Robert Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, and Robert Livingstone. WRITERS WEEK Dr. Nelson lUR biographer Dr. Bowen, and Dr. Mer- tins, biographer of Robert Frostl discuss the prob- lems of ci biographer. ,J wnnv- I The Presents Dance. The sorority pledges are introduced. After presents, at the Kappa Sig House 1.- There is no parking problem at Redlands. lleftl Student after a hard day in the Redlands coal minel lbelowl X, .M REDLA Redlands offers occupational training. I S I R The annual Redlands Playmate con- testl Were you there? CO TRUCTIO 1 r' I . Throughout most of The year The Redlands cam- pus was Torn up by consfrucfion work. A new slu- denf union and art center were sfarfed and com- pleted. Construction also began on cz new men's dormitory. All in all, Redlands is growing both af home and in foreignrcounlries. II .. 'la ilsm rf f H' urn 3 +- ' 'I 4 ni s 4 . v ,,,s ' I lx Y U vu ,, ,A fl '.. was J Q 'Q W ,..-'F' A T5 KX " 's r ,A H+ 1 a- 1 V, 1 QM' 1'5' I 'typ' Ln in 'sf-4 . 'sw . . . is g',g . :J . 4 , --4 .- 9' g ,. Q -, ,,' V , X i f S I .pw M ' I " s x he 5 a 'gr ' i 4. 'v S S. aff f A .' ' ' ' ' L--A Taxa- ., " " ' ' " Q i W. l A lf ,5'rf'f5 k F I fn -. . . 24 x. ' , ' cr' l'r N-14 -.L Oh, that dear old U. of R. Oh, that dear old U. of R., Thy sons from near and far Whose emblem shines afar Will sing to thee and all thy glories tell, Eternal as the hills we love so well, Where the orange blossoms grow, Where the mountains tall and grand, And the waters gently flow, Like an inspiration stand, That dear old U. of R. we love so well. That dear old U. of R. we love so Well Oh, that dear old U. of R., The years can never mar The memories of thee we love so well, Where the friendships are so dear, We leave them with a tear, That dear old U. of R. we love so well. 4 ,,. fa., , 'rw .. wb-'W' 4 .-.4 'Mft' v 1,9-gg, . 5"-A'I"T --Q, -w f JKT? fb x.,J xv! of in I 5 K . w 5 Q Hsu, , ,lf , ,gym fm o M' .. ., , .,,, , M-N f" "N ... E U' MTN f Y. VI V' pig !g.9g ! f !. SRG TIG 1 l -I . it-g i I our 1. . 5, BOB CLYMIRE A.S.U.R. President xii..- JUDY SUNDAHL Vice President A. .U.R. OFFICERS Student Council this year has attempted to prove to students, faculty, and administration alike that student gov- ernment is not "a waste of time," but rather a visionary organization which gives purpose, personality, and utility to education. Our philosophy has been to aid the student in the edu- cational process by complementing the work done in the classroom. With this in mind, Student Council's responsibil- ities fell into four significant areas: lil To challenge the student to apply his knowledge by contributing to his com- munity, l2l To offer personal meaning, contact, and involve- ment to the student in areas of national and international happenings, l3J To outline a Bill of Student Rights, under 108 which the student can rightfully operate as a potential citi- zen of society, and, l4l To constructively evaluate, and, if necessary, make worthwhile current projects, committees, and organizations. The Honor Climate, the Latin American seminar, Constitutional revision, and betterment of Admin- istrative relations are specific ways these four areas have been implemented. Student Council for 1962-63 has been strong because of a spirit of cooperation and unity unparalled in recent years. It learned early the need for frank and thorough discussion, team work, and effective follow-through action. Bob Clymire A I 'Y' KAY HARRIS Secretory CHUCK WILKE Treasurer .nik ,x ' z ..x OH NO, nor Chuck again 109 Men's Representative DEAN HEYENGA Men's Representative STEVE BOICE t AWS President BETTE SCHWITZGEBEL Women's Representative JANET LAMB 'Re i Senior Representative BETH JOSI Ei ' V- F , Ill Women's Representative JAN PECKHAM 1 X 'f K ' I 33 I ,.Nm M b 3 , ' H gl u an 4. ,A Freshman Representative FRED COLGAN 'ii und" H I0 HDI! r fag '- 's Sophomore Representative JIM PAGE G' ITO Junior Representative NORM HOLLINGSHEAD Rally Chairman BILL DICKENSON -.qg HOUSE OF REPRE E TATIVE Under the leadership ot Speaker of the House, Hank Moore, the House of Representatives is seeking to increase lines of communication between student government and the student body as a whole. Their protects for the year include an investigation and possible revision of smoking rules, sponsoring ot the Alli- gator Race in Claremont, constitutional revision in conjunction with Student Council, polling opinion toward the installa- tion ot boulevard stop signs on Colton, and establishment of definite criteria tor judging Homecoming decorations and administration through a campus committee. The N.S.A., National Student Association, is incorporated within this body. HANK MOORE Speaker of House ROW It Kit Davis, Patsy Phillips, Fred Earnhardt, Mary Menges, Inger M. Nielson, John Burmahln Cqrl Ledbeffef advisor, OW 2 Rosemor Koons Mary Meeks LClUfl6 Smifht SUB BlUCkbUfl't, Jeanne Vandenberg Jim Amos. ROW 3f'Anne V. R : Y , 1 Howell, Dave Hughes, Nancy Ann Reeves, Secretary: Gall Taylor, Rich Morriss. Row 4. Walt Blackwell Dick Booth vice speaker, Paul Gregario, Norm Naylor, John Weeks, Dave Richardson, Steve Parliament Larry Meens, Steve Boice. I ,- Mortar Board honorary organization for senior women: ROW 1: Nadine Cragg, Claire Brimer, presidentg Jan Dalzell, Dean Sharp. ROW 2: Robin Wilson, Judy Strauch, Judy Arnett, Bette Schwitzgebel, Sue Whitlo, Lois Gregory. CAMPUS HO ORARIES ODK, honorary organization for lunior and senior men: ROW li Norm Hollingshead, Robert Johnson, Dave Thorn- ton, president, W. E. Umbach, Marvin Ott, Bill Bruns. ROW 2: E. S. Gaustad, Gary Barmore, C. C. Downing, Bob Clymire. ROW 3: R. L. Morlan, R. E. Hone. 112 MORTAR BOARD OMICRO DELTA KPP DELTA ALPHA Delta Alpha, UR's scholarship fraternity corresponding to Phi Berg Kappa on the national scope, was organized on campus in 1922. Its JUDY ARNETT membership includes faculty personnel elected to Phi Beta Kappa, grad- GARY BARMORE uate members of Delta Alpha on the UR faculty, as well as those second semester iuniors with a cumulative average of 3.75 and second semester seniors with a 3.5 grade average. New members are elected in the fall and spring with formal initia- tions at this time. This year Dr. Klausner is presiding over the group and Sue Whitlo is acting as secretary. MARCIA DAVIS ROBERT ERNST 7'1- an y LOIS GREGORY STEPHEN HABENER LARRY HARRISON MARVIN on JUDHH SUITOR not pictured: ROBERT HALL not pictured: KATHLEEN SMITH SUE WHITLO LINDA WILLIS AWS CABINET: ROW 1: Janet Putnam, Judy Guncllach, Bette Schwitzgebel, president: Jean Semrau, Joyce Smith. ROW 2: Coralie LOmPl05l: Pl"Ylll5 Kem, Anne Howell, Marion Haynes, Patty Kelly, Olive Hassell, Christy Gammel, Janie Corum. AWS CABI ET T13 TUDE T EDUCATIO POLICY COMMITTEE l rfoi O 4 ot' N"2 o 1h0"'v, ROW 1: John Burmahln, Mary Menges, Jan Byram, Pat Kelly. ROW 2: Carl Robinson, Jan Putnam, ATIO AL TUDE T A SOCIATIO Steve Boice, Tom Brook, Chairman. Mary Menges, John Weeks, Jim Amos. YEOME ' X " I l ' X V "' W " Dick Long, Gary George, Dick Forward, Tom Chauvin, Jim Russell, Steve Wedgly, Rick West, Mike La Fave, Weldon Diggs, Tom Jenkins, Tom Boyer, Bob Jones, Rick Schreiber, Dick Fisher. H4 il tl' Yeomen guide tour of campus on U Day. Lovely voices serenade at the Spur Lantern Parade. Reception at Gamma Nu house following Spur Lantern Parade. SPURS ips ax 'Lui V51 .- U " 'K L I-. ' .gt I 1 ' 'V n.VA ,J 2 ,Q . , 'W K N L1 L' ' I U ix . .L x -. i ' , . TT' x f ' Q4 ' ,M L N my 5 ' ' ,170 ' I - v ! EX it ul 6 A A .. H , ft t ft , " ' .Wea , L, , SfX' Y. I KLA H ,G-mr' , - t L W C-, yer tv ff ,,, ,, , . ' 1 r 1 P Q tx V' A xxw .5 . , . . .' f, , , f V' .. Q-'xg-It X L ' N '15 L 1 X 4- n ' .. N W. 'x xg. .N g W ul L .5739 ' 1 , ROW it De GI S L ke , JOANW GUYCUHGVI 50ndY BUUVTLQQVV Anf' Welkfficfh Judy, GUN-2llQClj, ROW 2: Carolyn Lewis, Lynn Mizufune, Betty Blackstone, Marcia Perry lPiesidentJ,KJulue l e enn, ue ar y Grimm, Joan Eliott. ROW 3: Willie Warden, Corolie Lamplqsl, Gloria Hommgt Jdfkle Bonfiglno, Charlene Clark, Patty Kelly, Lula Vetetc, Judy Moore, BUYLUOVG Anderson' me" Hammond, Janet Putnam, Pat Hettern, Gail Wegner, Sherry Davidson. 'l'l5 MUN, 45. Q I 'Q ' v . representing The country of Sierra Lione in the western conference this spring include: ROW 1: John Burmahln, Gayle McNutt, Ken Masudo. ROW 2: Rick Wiley, Dr. L. H. Phillips, John Linendoll. MODEL U ITED ATIO S Hong Kong Committee. ROW l: Ann Wickett, Judy Brodie, Anita Holmes, Ann Members of CCUN include: Eric MacD'bnold, Virgil Nelson, Ann Shawkey, Peters. ROW 2: Eldon Wegner, Ron Nichols, Marvin Ott, Kang-Ming Leung. HO G KO G COMMITTEE John Linendoll, Judy Sundahl, Anne Saunders. COLLEGIATE COUNCIL OE ITED ATIONS I P. - 'VS Q Q-Q Peace Corps Committee. Lyn Walker, Peggy Griffen, Bill Parker, Mary Menges, Ann Shawkey. H6 PEACE CORPS COMMITTEE C' I ROW l: Butch Boren, Lee Johnson, John Watterson, Tim Curry, Rick West, Parke Terry. Linda Wieck, Jean Chadsey, Bonnie Bruce, Nancy Robb, Laurie Smith, Joyce Springer, lngraham, Gary Vandermast, Eric MacDonald, Jim Resseguie, Fred Clayton, Dave DeL Foerster, John Burmahln, Larry Schulz, Bob Westover. ROW 2: Don Stratton, Rick Wiley, Janet Welker, Barbara Winslow. ROW 3: Chuck Mclntyre, Don ange, Harry Miller, Mike Nice, Rick Lee, Doug L YOU G REPUBLICANS YOU G DEMOCRATS Bob Drickey, Bob Levy, Jim Hawkins, Doug Chaffee, Bill Bruns. fu C? PI GAMMA MU Pi Gamma Mu, social science honorary: ROW l: Ken Masuda, Eldon Wegner, Sue Whitlo, Susan Hines, Jan Dalzell, Judy Brodie, Miss Jennings, Al Turner, Tom Mann. ROW 2: Bob Davidson, Dr. L. Phillips, Dave Thornton, Ron Cameron, Bill Bruns, Dave Shikles, Ross Cook, Marv Ott. ALPHA PHI GAMMA Alpha Phil Gamma, national journalism fraternity: ROW l: Gary Ranker, Jan Peckham. ROW 2: 'Bob Johnson, Bill Bruns, president: Joan Elliott, Chuck Douglass. Alpha Mu 'Gamma, language fraternity: ROW 1: G. M. Vogel, Chuck Wilke, Fatma Ali Foun, Martha Sorenson, C. J. Smith, Pam Peters, Jean Semrau, Jean Masamba, Douglas McLaughlin. ROW 2: James Fonseca, Barna M. Avre, W. E. Umbach, Sue Norene, Sue Whitlo, Norman Baffrey, Barbara Johnson, Tom McMillan. l ALPHA MU MA ll8 PI KAPP DELTA l l i l Pi Ka a Delta fraternity for outstanding students in the field of forensics. ROW 1: Dave DeLange, Rick West, John Watterson, J meEpSteve Parliament, Chris Shriner, Charles Hansen, Gary Ard. ROW 2: Jim St. Clair, graduate assistant, Steven Littleiohn, Kathy Lgngel president- Tina McRae, Randy Carpenter, Toby Scott, Doug Foerster, Amelia Bennet, John Lloyd, Lynne Walker, Jan Hageman, Mary Valentine, Dr. E. R. Moulton, advisor. THETA ALPHA PHI For superior students in the dramatic arts, Theta Alpha Phi. ROW 1: Joan Nelson, Fred Plaisted, Barry Wood, Carol Mathlin. ROW 2: Evelyn Preston, Karen Hammond, Barbara Anderson, Mary Meeks. Honorary fraternity for scholars in the field of psychology. SEATED: Barbara Milberg, Dr. V. E. Montgomery, advisor, Judy Strauch, ' . ' D . W. A. S. S 'th, advisor. ROW 2: Bette Schwitzgebel, Margie Portier, Judy Glaser, Margie -TdijrlljnenBeaglergl1ZdiIgy5klNElihiaBZchlc?fewls. ROW 3: Dlendn Carl Ledbetter, Leroy Morkre, Dave Dorrans, Steve McDowell, Rick Christie, John w,ie"' ' . - MHZ . Hintz, Joe Alexander. -.4 V 1. 1--.1 -..-u i .-.S-.1,, g. . CH PI I Bill 1 'in l l SIGMA GAMMA EPSILO 'K . , N: A V 1 ' .'x.:-.43 4 t- -'Q-'if ' A Sigma Gamma Epsilon for superior students in the field of earth sciences: ROW 1: Mike Holt, Geof Beattie, Nicky Odowick, AI Berglund, Ross Gallen, Mike Clark. ROW 2: Ken Roberts, Pete Balch, Dr. Stephen Dana, advisor, Tom Lay. Biology fraternity: Mark Knudsen, Joyce Martin, Dr. Goodman. BETA BETA BETA Sigma Alpha Iota, women's music fraternity: ROW 1: Coralie 'Lampiasi, Virginia Combs, Ruth Hack, Judy Ferrell. ROW 2: Eileen Beermann, Betty Blackstone, Karen Hammond, Marjorie Anderson, Jeanne Rugg, Carlta Conrad, Joyce Chaffee, president, Joyce Newton, not pictured. SIGMA LPHA IOTA 190 ROW 1: John Prince, Leroy W . Sandy Rowe, Bill Hendrick, Glenn Anderson, Don Kimble. PI MU ALPHA SINFO IA AMERICA GUILD OF ORGANISTS 'FEP RQW 1. B ff Chgdgey, Doris Watson, Jeanne Rugg, Luz Alberf, Bonnie Bruce. e Y . ROW 2: George Ritchie, Steuart Goodwin, Ralph Terzion, Tom Sfrouf- esfbrook, Chet Floyd, Richard Long, Albert A. Abercrombie. ROW 2: James L. Jorgensen, John Mehl, .l 6 . V. A el I V' ' l 1 Y f Y qi If ,X 1 A , Z ff, "I 3? 4-f 7, "ING , A i ipju, ' ROW li Joyce Chaffee, Mariorie Anderson, Linda Allen. ROW 2: David Graham, Susan Blakely, George Ritchie. ROW 3: Lowell Lacy, Jeff Rickard. BULLDCG Innovation marked the 1962-63 "Redlands Bulldog" as the paper continued to be rated one of the top col- lege newspapers in the nation. Using a new printing process which enabled photo- graphs to be reproduced with greater clarity and emphasizing varied page make-up, the "Bulldog" was a paper varied in appearance as well as content. - X XQ By combining the traditional sports, campus news, and society items with international features by "off- l campus" UR students, coverage of art, drama, and music ' ' events, and editorials on significant issues, the "Bull- dog" staff gave the campus a paper that was both pro- vocative and informative. BOB JOHNSON Editor-in-Chief 199 Bill Bruns Managing Ed. ' Portia Anderson Advertising Man. -4. , Nr' TT' P J: 2- 3 Carol Witkowski Assistant Ed. Dave Curnow Assoc. Man. Ea. Gary Rankei' Business Man. PAGE EDITORS: Ann Werkmon, Campus, Sue Johnson, Arts, Mary Ann Dold, Bob Levy, Editorials, Bonnie McKenzie, News, Toby Scott, Feqfuregi Carl Robinson, Forum, Kathi Joy, Society: Ross Cook, Research. Opinion. . Ulllkbiunu K..- News Coordinators: Linda Wieck, Administration, -lfln Peckham, News, Marilyn Buck, Faculty. Mcfgclret Royer, Exchange Editor 'and Ginny Manager. 'sn tw. ' B We STAFF Eat Horvath, Chief Correspondent and Steve Bamberger, Current vents. Dee Glenn, ASURQ F sr . ly 'Q 5 i C J y ' , I If ' - . air " IDIYID COPY Jarrell, Personnel 1 EOT0ny - 1 Photographers: John Oliver, Rick Wiedman, Chuck Douglass. l it 'i F, 'W Howard Hurlbut, faculty a dviso,-Q Staff: Rich Burrill, Ann Sounders, Dave DeLange. 123 LA LETRA The struggle of every new La Letrc staff is to "dream-up" "something new" forthe yearbook, layout-wise and every other- . wise, Nineteen sixty-three saw the inclusion ot the many uni- Student Life Editor-Dick Parker versities of Redlands, the focal point being the emphasis on the iznternational scene. Redlands looked without to expand the concept ot world co-operation through student travel and inter- national exchange. This 1963 La Letra has endeavored to mirror this atmosphere. Business Manager-Ron Nichols ' " I X, . X f v 4 . , Ai 'ig iq V, "mlb-. Class Editors-Mary Meeks and Corclie Lampidsi. Organizations Editors-Barbara Johnson and Karen Lundstrom. PHOTOGRAPHERS Photographers-Charles Douglass, John Oliver, Bob McCammon, Judy Sundahl, model, Rick Wiedman. YL ss.. 1962-63 TAFF Sports Editor-Tam Brook . -Q if.. JOAN ELLIOTT Artist-Jeff Owens Editor IEIJUI an Academics Editors--Janet Ellis and Karen Pfeiffer. ROW 1: Marilyn BUCK KGVQV' L'-md5lf0m, Barbara Johnson, Joan Elliott, Karen Pfeiffer, Sharon Uzzel. ROW 2: Tom Brook, Mary Meeks, Anita Corbin, Coralie Lampiasi, Janet Putnam, Janet Ellis. ROW 3: Dick Parker, Jim Heryer, Ron Nichols, Jeff Owens, John Burmahln. 125 Campus radio station KUR has completed its most success- ful season this year. Reception is excellent in all dormitories, and, under the guidance of general manager, Walt Hollowell, the station's program format was expanded to include several more hours of broadcasting per week. With respect to news and sports, KUR presented a number of delayed-'raped faculty lec- tures and controversial editorials, as well as airing several live remote sports events. .1 NORM MILLERON Assistant Manager And now a word from our sponsor . . I KUR STAFF ROW 1 Jim Heryer Mike James Dick Parker Scott Harvey Earl Biedermon, Dave Williams. ROW 2: Dr. Moulton, Jim Amos, Scott Fitzgerrell Paul Gregorio Margie Payne Kit Davis Eric MacDonald John Linendoll Rich Olney. 'ii 71' tv Concert Bond. ROW 1: Judy Ferrell, William Fulton, David Shaffer, Loo Sutorius, Phillip Beck, Dennis Layne, Karen Hammond, Sharon Gqrrigonl Chester Flo undo Denson, Shirley Rock, Joyce Springer, Vicki Vickrey, Bruce Beyne, Charles Fulton, Don Marshall, Bill Nikkei. ROW 2: Robert Bennett, Karyl Evans Pe ard Virginia Combs, Curtis Zimmerman, Ed Railsback, Lynn English, Tom Strout, Steuart Goodwin, Philip Stray, Carlta Conrad. ROW 3: Daryl Idler Coreon CY Robin Dennis Bill Hendrick, Harold Warman, Larry Ashurst, Albert Abercrombie, Don Kimble, Boyd Lugenbehl, Dexter Thompson. ROW 4- John Prince St ford Rowe, Richard Tucey, David Sell, James Clark, James Jorgensen, Director I oe DSCGYTHP John Mehl,' Peter Mather, Richard Long, Michael Moore. Cm BULLDOG BA D Adding musical color to the football festivities, Thte 52 piece Bulldog Marching Band took the field Drum Maior Curtis Zimmerman , Original drills and half-time "Herald Trumpeters" were pre- under the baton of for another season shows featuring the sented by the band at all home games and at 500 Diego State. Appearances by the Concert Band under t direction of professor James Jorgenson and Assist- ant Director, Dennis Layne included Parents' Day, a Music for Youth Concert, a winter convocation, the Spring Home Concert, and the Annual tour lthis year through Southern California, Arizona, and Ne- he The Marching Band in formation during a half time show. vadal. Traveling to Bishop, the bond pcrrficipcred in a music clinic and festival. Special honor was accorded the group and its director in the form of an invitation to play for the Music Educators Na- tional Conference in Bakersfield. Student Conductors and soloists were Curtis Zimmerman, Carlta Conrad, Bill Hendrick, Eileen Beerman, Fren Anderson, and Dick Long. Stu Good- win was student arranger, The Sixth Annual Concert and "Bandquit" were held in May and the band concluded its season with the Graduation ceremonies in the Greek Theater. CONCERT CHOIR An informal gathering around the piano-Linda Allen, Merrill Schoonmaker, Michael Kiely, C. J. Smith, Leine Wulftson, Brenda Black, Andrew Jongsma. ROW it Marcia Manning, Mary Menges, Joan Nelson, Janet Godden, Bonnie Smith, Judy Suitor, Joyce Newton, Carol Cordell, Marilyn Johnston, Brenda Black, Betty Chadsey. ROW 2: Prof. Edwin Ruff, Janie Corum, Jeanne Walker, Judy Strauch, C. J. Smith, Judy Newton, June Gray, Mary Phelps, Merrill Schoonmaker, Melinda Marshall, Leine Wulffson, Sue Shikles. ROW 3: Keith Thompson, Laurie Spencer, John Sherman, Jay Tillitt, Conroy Chow, Mack MacCray Bruce Beyne, John Yeomans, Bill Nikke, Tosh Nitta, Ed Railsback. ROW 4: Bill Kimball, Ron Behrens, Dave Dryden, Lowell Lacey, Ed Schmelzer, Alvin Chong, Daxle Hughes, Bert Abercrombie, Norman Wong. .vm H 3. Yet' . In L+ ,J Q bl . 1' ' .t o 4 , lift J A I Y. lfnx 128 1' cY?"?5'q" in Q". 3 I , , . ' er Geri Zahl, Alice Randall, Lynn Geary, Wendy Eorl, Jan Byram, Joyce Springer, Judy Ferrell, Carol Schowalter, li Dick' lllGnbGCk'dKGreg Rljllg1ldX'slfivl3slllblv:lr?AlllilelbCrc?wford. ROW 2: Carlta Conrad, Laurel Willson, Joyce Martin, Kathy Tcrbeck, Pat Kelly, Sue Norene, Rhoda V3 glcomllof Lindo Heybon'-I Fl Ton CindylHoffrT1C1r1r1, Carol Berry, Marilyn Mohn, Nancy Wheeler, Patsy Phillips, Adelle Kneelond, ROW 3: Shari Forney, .lan Sta 'glen' Vlrgllllo Com S' -Ulle gil Blackstone, Kathy McNay, Shirley Rock, Judi Holloway, Jeanne Rugg, Carol Philips, Diane Hanner, Donna Schaeffer, Carole Y ee e' 'loan Ellloll' lng.er lxllekfemch rllene Vg,-,Cel-lf, ROW A: Margaret Blount, Normolean Berger, Suellen Smith, Norma Andrews, Morlorie Anderson, Marcia Perry, Pork, Martha Hoke, Gail Win gnu Snenin Mike La Fave, Peggy Lonkard, Ron Crist, Kathi Joy, Deborah Bonell, Martha Sorensen, Christy Gammell, Coralie Lat l-lorvoth, Pam M9GdWUX' k il' YBOrbOm9llieUIy Dixie Grant, Peggy Williams, Bill Smith, Rob Tucker, Woody Peabody, Fred Anderson, Quinter Beery, Ralph Terzion, Jqmplosl' ROW 5: Sandi? Pl? eB l nie Bruce Robiln Linton, Darlene Linton, Marcia Davis, ROW 6: Luz Albert, Joyce Chaffee, Katherine Hamilton, Suzi McKee, Judy Somes Clark' Leroy Wes' will 'J OE on Bo d'LUgenbehl, Ron Jones, Ken Buxton, Don Cassetty, Carl Adams, Jeff Rickard, Don Foster, Lynn English, Pam Peters, Janet Plmdchl' Alben Berglund' E' GCBSMCQFG lfyoolwgy, Kristen Missal, Hester Elliott, Eldon Wegner, Craig Kennedy, Tom Miller, Ken Masuda, Bob McLaughlin, Jim Sxgnpgwge RixvrllnezruggirggtGl?yer5Z,VidaThOmtOn, Richard Goyette, Tony Taylor, JimdFEhe'r, Patvll-leffirn, Carcjyn Lswis. kROW 8: Coilo Buehman, Windy Taylor, Jearjne Mgultoml MQW Ellen Cranford, Janet Ellis, Ira Hawkins, Wayne Dalton, Davi ra am, im lorvasto , Bo Dric ey, Roger Strout, John Wee s, Don Buxton, im IV ER ITY CHOIR Learned, Ruth Kneelond, Goil Durleyi Gloria Olson' - Jeff Rickard at organ and choir director, Mr. Jones, during Feast of Lights rehearsal. L , x JOYCS Chaffee, student director, takes over for Mr. Jones. 129 RELIGIGU ORGANIZATIO k iw' 41" Members of the Convocation Committee responsible for planning two programs each week: laround tablel Norm Naylor, Ron Jones, Sue Whitlo, Betty Blackstone, David Graham, C. C. "Uppy" Downing, Fritz Bromberger, Tim Bollinger, Gordon Hynes, Douglas G. Eadie, Barbara Ott, Jim Hawkins. CONVOCATIO COMMITTEE CHRISTIA ACTIVITIES COUNCIL Christian Activities Council which co-ordinates the many religious activities on campus: ROW l: lnesa Fast, Joyce Franklin, Merrill Schoonmaker, Normaiean Berger. ROW 2: Jay Tillett, Woody Peabody, Jim Learned, Jack Iverson, Loren Stenberg, Frederic Fost, Tom Miller, James L. Robinson, Dave Thornton 130 Working with high school Young Life groups are: ROW l: Irene Owens, Gayle McNutt, Laurie Ginn, Melody Kobayashi. ROW 2: Lottie Davis, Barbara Winslow, Barbara Maybee, Alice Crawford, Lois Steinmeier, Carol Witkowski, Renee Roskam. ROW 3: Ralph Davis, Mike Madson, Chris Nelson, Bob Barran, Jim Brondino, Harold Wiehenga, Jon A. Giberson. YOU G LIFE I... ,, . To IVCF members include: ROW I: Alice Randall, Mary Ann Dold, Ann Werkman, Alice Crawford, Suellen Smith, Sylvia Marcinko, Kathy Bennett. ROW 2: Sandie Eggert, Vickey Bennett, Dixie Lee Grant, Shari Kirk, Judy Young, Sandra Pickett, Cathy Dalton, Linda Beck, Ron Crist, David Hunter, Virgil Nelson, Bob Hollowell, Bob Dooling, Larry Schulz, Jim Learned, Steve Pierce, Bill Martin, Don Cassetty, Loren Stenberg, Dick Carson, John Watterson, Martin Walter, Kent Waechter. I TER- ARSITY CHRISTIA FELLOWSHIP UCCF -.,,., United Campus Christian Fellowship members this year: ROW 1: Wendy Earl. Gail Durley, Kathy Williams, Joyce Franklin. ROW 2: Randy Carpenter, Pelef Mother, Mary Spelman, Reverend Eugene Elsdon., WESLEY Wesley Fellowship, Methodist students' organization: ROW l: Connie McKinnon, Janice Mclntosh, Anita Smith, Barbara Ott, Brenda Black, Merrill Schoonmaker, C. J. Smith, Pam Peters. ROW 2: Jim Strathdee, Tom Spight, Chris Ehret, Verva Smith, Anne Wohlheter, Dave Richardson, James L. Robinson, Chris Schriner. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science organization: ROW 1: Mary-Mignon Waters, Linda Coontz, Mary E. Moore, Tina McRae, Susan Moore. ROW 2: Lyle Yates, John Watter- son, Larry Nelson, Richard Glenn. Lutheran Students' Association: ROW I: Doris Watson, Sylvia Marcinko, Peggy Benson, Gail Winkler. ROW 2: Jack Iverson, Reverend John Foerster. LUTHERAN STUDE T R ASSOCIATIO 'r . ,va ROGER WILLIAMS Roger Williams Fellowship, organization for Baptist students: ROW 1: Normaiean Berger, Tom Miller, Janet Jenkins, Judi Holloway, Charlene Vincent. ROW 2: Sandy Black, Deborah J. Bouell, Duron Sparks, Martha Sorenson, Suellen Smith, Robert Bennett, Larry Means, Dave Williams. 1.3.7 CAMPUS LIVING GROUP . .75 PM Members inc Wendy Taylor, Judy Moore, Carol Schowalier, Dean Sharp. lude: Jean Semrau, Kathy Terbeck, Alice Randall, Amy Hofta, Joyce Smiih, l DY Anderson Council: ROW 1: Carmelle Clark, Gail Taylor, Mrs. Abbie Tucker, head resident, Carol Schowalier, president, Palsy Phillips, lnger M. Nielson, Ann V. Howell. ROW 2: Phyllis Kern, Wendy Taylor, Shari Templin, Mary Hoke, Diane Christopher, Mary Menges, Nancy Reeves, Paf'Kelly, Pat Horvalh, Barbara Davies. BILLIN GS Leading Billings Hall ore: Ann PCYGFS, Julie Grimm, Janet Putnam, Sandy Lank, Alice Randall, Ruih Hock, Marilyn Hagen. l'2'l FAIRMO T 5' 1, W 4' 5. -... .. ,.... C3 it -1 l F QM' Fairmont Council. ROW 1: Julie Burke, Gail Wegner, Marion Haynes. ROW 2: Ann Stacy, Tammy Stahl, Judy Moore, president .9 .0 BEKINS 9 Bekins Council. ROW li Normaiean Berger, Christy Gammel, Nancy Kroenung, Sue Johnson, Rosemary Koons, Nancy Wheeler. ROW 2: Joanne Pettebone, Kathy Terbeck, president. GROSSMO T -IP S., Grossmont Council. ,ROW l:.Anne Wickett, Laurie Smith, Joyce Aialat. ROW 2: Margaret Riggins, Mrs. Moser, head resident, Amy Hotta, president. ROW 3: Mariie Frantz, Pam Gates, Sue Johnson, Martha Hoke, Olive Hassell, Mary Spelman, Sue Schon. ORTH algRTH COUNCIL: Mike LaFave, Toby Larson, president, Rick iey. CORT ER MELROSE MELROSE COUNCIL: Ronald Troupe, Robert Christians, Dave Richardson, Greg Bidlingmaier, president, Dick Fisher, Dave Banta, Dean Branson, Leland Tipton. .if . N .Fi in 'fx-SR CORTNER COUNCIL: Ron Jones, Counselor, Al Turner, Coun- 5el0l': Keith Thompson, Counselor, Dave Shikles, Bill Ruehr, TONY Cristiani, Ken Masucla, president, Mrs. Schafer. 47. CAL-FOU DER CAL-FOUNDERS COUNCIL: Don Cassetty, John Carmack, John Woodbury, Virgil Nelson, John Sherman. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIO AL CONFERENCE 41 'if . J . . f ...ll 'H 3 XFX? J ' lx Q- 'll . MENC, ROW li Richard Glenn, Don Marshall, John Prince, Janie Corum, Virginia Combs, Jeanne Walker, Ira Hawkins, ROW 2: Janet Godden, Laurel Willson, Carlta Conrad, Eileen Beerman, Ruth Hack, Donna Schaeffer. ROW 3: Joyce Newton, Rob Tucker, Albert Abercrombie, Curt Zimmerman, David Shaffer, Ed Railsback, Dr. Edward Tritt, advisor. ROW 4: Mr. J. S. Jorgenson, advisor, Bill Hendrick, Clifton Presley, Boyd Lugenbehl, Harold Warman, Don Kimble. NIVERSITY - COMMU ITY SYMPHO Y ,. ..-.... ' il n vi-'Q' figq ,, i .. I The orchestra during their winter "Music for Youth" Concert, Symphony personnel are: Violins, John Golz, Louanne Fuchs, Betty Blackstone, Robert Boardman, Barbara Carter, Evelyn Damus, Jacqueline Davis, Jean Ducote, Edyth Hamlin, Gloria Horning, Patty lmsand, John Keeble, John Konigsmark, Pauline Mezo, Judith Olson, John Phelps, Bette Reznicke, Ron Robb, Beniamin Sandler, Carolyn Seifert, Armen Turadian, Charlene Bincent, Margaret Vroman, Catherine Waldrop, Mary-Mignon Waters, Allen Wilson. Violas: Effie Golz, Leila Barstow, Virginia Combs, Morris Durham, Lowell Lacey, R. A. Larson, Janice Mclntosh. Celli. Joan Robb, Ann Coughlin, Karen Dickey, Dianne Eldred, Susan Kanaga, Ramona Lofton, Louise Miller, Bruno Rampoldt. Basses. James Blanchette, Carole Hobart, All Parsons, David Sell, John Staples, Loren Stillion. Flutes: Barbara Marino, Philinda Denson, Bruce Beyne, Carol Ann Maddux. Oboes: Karen Hammond, Chester Floyd,-Sharon Garrison, Nancy Geelan. Clarinets: Jane Smith, Dennis Layne, Edward Dowd, Laurel Willson. Bass Clarinet: David Shaffer. Bassoons: Paul Schneider, Ed Railsback, Lynn English. Horns: Maurice Loge, Carlta Conrad, Will Lockridge, Heinrich Schmidt, Don Miller, Philip Stray. Trumpets: Bill Rosenfelder, David Davies, Bert Abercrombie, Carleton Macey. Trombones: Fred Waitz, Don Kimble, Boyd Lugenbehl, William Byrnes. Tuba: Stanford Rowe, Harp: Eileen Beermann. Tympani: Ruth Wilkerson. Percussion: Georgia Kenison, Mike Moore, Ruth Wilkerson. Musical Director-Conductor: Edward C. Tfiii- GE ERAL STUDIES FILM CRE General Studies Film Crew: Steve Weber, Peler Balch, Jack Russell. - Y V4 AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY American Chemical Society: ROW 1: Hans Rilling, Ron Gentry, John C. Taylor, Jr., Larry Gale. ROW 2: Julian Roberts, Dean Wolbach, Hugh Hixon, Stephen Habener. ROW 3: Dale Johnson, Yutaka Iwata, Dean Branson, Virgil Nelson. ROW 4: Robert H. Moybury, Reinhold Krantz, Lyle Yates, James I.. Robinson. , ,. M,,,5:,,7,..,,L .-' - I - ,L ,ILEQH Y - F - fi' ' ' - , i . 1: . Q W, . ' + 3 at A vi I - : -imszn .an ' t ..,u..inm :fi CIRV GRANT YNY 'P '41 MATH CLUB ROW i: Dr. J. Sanderson, Ron Troupe, Kath- leen Nichols, Philinda Denson, Sandra Black, Alan Boren. ROW 2: John Stevenson, Trudy Kroening, Jim Matson, Knox Bell, Martin Walters, Benny Sandoval, Mr. D. Lick.' PHYSICS CLUB Physics Club: ROW 1: Fred Warburton, Kang- Ming Leung, Marcia Davis, Paul R. Gleason. ROW 2: Gary Ward, James E. Robinson, Monte Frisbee, Roger Woods. MKRUHML COUNCIL La Rueda: SlTTlNG: Pat Caudell, O.K. president, Janie Corum, La Rueda president, Karen Dickey, Sokti president. STANDING: Claire Morrison, Corinna Norvell, Lois Petersen, Len Ju president. FRO H OME , CLUB TAWA I Members of Tawasi are: ROW I: Diane Young, Kathy Gammon, Karyl Evans, Belinda Shigley, Carol Maddux,-Olive Hassell, Anne Lennox. ROW 2: Mary Lou Hill, Nancy Stewart, Martha Hoke, Corinna Norvell, Claire Morrison, Carol Thompson, Sandy Black, Kathy Wilde, Ann Shawkey. ROW 3: Kathy Sakamoto, Janet Hageman, Mary Spelman, Kristen Missal, Kathy Williams, Kit Davis, Alice Beaver, Duron Sparks, Sharon Mitchell, Marcia Beistle, Ruth Ann Sumner. OK L KK- ROW l: Jeanne Moulton, Sharon Garrison, Janice Hemphill, Joyce Springer, Shari Kirk. ROW 2: Margie Payne, Maridel UQWUSOI1, Becky Lord, Sarah Stevenson, Anne Saunders, Caryl Milburn. ROW 3: Diana Cartwright, Sue Brown, Jeanne Vflndenberg, Gail Winkler, Kathie Hamilton, Mariie Frantz, Karon Harshbarger, Bonnie Winn, Sandy Matthews, Len Ju. ROW l- Janie Corum Kathy Bennett, Lynne Batchelor, Edyth Hamlin, Peggy Harris, Sandy Logue. ROW 2: Sandy Th L P t C I M ESWL Joyce Aialat, -Dale Walker, Virginia Swanson, Barbara Hodson, Jeanne ompson, ois eerson, aro unnecke W 3: Linda Coontz, Lois Steinmeier, Anne Brueggmann, Mary Hottenstein, Margie Royer, Carol Richardson, Adele Kneeland, Ann Stacy. .v .- .- 4 LE JU OKTI Q1 ti -. ,. -..,. M , ,, soma ROW It Cheri Sterling, Linda Wessel, Nancy Robb, Barbara Winslow, Karen Dickey, Sue Schon. ROW 2: Carol Rice U dl SUISUI JUdY Wilcox' LYnne Brooks' Pom BY"Umf l-YV' WGll4eI', Sully Snelling, Diane Carmichael, Jacqure Epperly. ROW n o 3. Anne Wiclcett Nancy Clatsworthy, Carol Cordell, Sue Johnson, Linda Beck, Linda Heydon, Ann Coughlin, Jacquie Thomas Robin Ruffo, Pat Foster, Suzi McKee. A ' 139 FROSH MEN,S CLUB t ROW I Erikson, Bennett, il "ul i Rick Lee, Andy Mauro, Bill Schoen, Walt Blackwell, Scott Fitzgerrell, Scott Harvey. ROW 2: Phil Beck, John Watterson, Robin Dennis, Mike Gill, Bill Smith -1' J .X . Steve Branch, Eric MacDoncild,, Mrs. Schafer, Earl Biederman, Bruce Calvert, Taken Nishimoto, Alan Lynn Dort, Parke Terry, Craig Higgs, Walt Johnson, Charles Hansen, Neal Smith, Mike Haworth, Jim ,Daryl Idler, Steve Chow, Ron Crist, Dick Kintz, Richard Glenn. ROW 3: Norm Gruber, Chuck Doten, Paul Gregorio, Conroy Chow, Doug Foerster, Alvin Chong, Bill Kimball, Jim Hogen, J. L. Mitchell lSponsorl. ORTH N M ROW it Tim Bollinger, Stanley K. Leichtfuss, Don lngraham, Tosh Nitta, Mike Q , ', , J N- - , 4' McCauley, Jeff Isaac, Brian Ebersole, Fred Colgan. ROW 2: John Bennett, J- ' ' .M ' " ' "lr Ted Acres, Larry Dunlap, Chuck Mclntyre, Phil Morton, Roger Strout, Mike J ll- A . Q. Nice. ROW 3: Bill Gruner, Mike Bell, Richard Blough, Gary Vandernast, John ll Laing, Jim Berch, Harvey Holt, Harry Miller, Jim Resseguie, fiasifii' ' l i 4 - - I .4- s 4' i - I 'lk L V v I s ' i, J fe Y 'Ig-1 , ' 6 ,, A ' it --4 1 ' ' A om L av I ' .i 'zu gf- 1 . , 1 W . S' A ,L ROW 1: Bob Beck, Terry Singleton, Martin Udell, Chuck Bobitch. ROW 2: Norm Reeder, John Puckett, Steve Hamilton, Marshall Smith, Bob Millen, Thom Rhue. ROW 3: John Lloyd, John Lillie, Pete Pedersen, Paul Gregory, Bill Willsie, Ted Robison, Ira Hawkins, John Brooks. CAL-FOU DERS ROW l: David Brubaker, Jack Cooper, Dayton Dic- key, Tommy Tomlinson, Mike Miller, Ken Buxton, Robert Bennett. ROW 2: Rich Bunill, Paul Gustaf- son, Fred Carper, Carleton Macy, Dale Johnson, Den- nis Koltmeur, Bruce Ben- der, Glenn Wedin, Bob Stebbins, George Linscley, George Taylor, Bill Fry, Ken Brill. ROW 3: Craig Kennedy, Mike Weeks, Dick Newton, Jim Mc- Auliff, Don Weyand, Wendell Johnson, Merrill Hatlen, Rich Olson, Ran Behrens. 140 fi 'fi . N' 'L ,J ,Q jj' F1 -An- HELLENIC COUNCIL Delfo Gamma Nu Picnic Exchange. ROW iz Mike Macon, Bob Davidson iPresidentl, John Stevenson. ROW 2: Don Rowland, Joy Smith, Donny King, Bill Bruns, Norm Hollingsheod, Ally... 'r..,..,., Fi-rl L-lnrrieon, Al TA? Mary Ann Dold Sharon Ford Dixie Grant Diane Hanner Kay Harris Barbara Healy Shirley Holden Sue Johnson Sue Jones Penny King Nancy Kroening Sandy Lank Beth Slaten Fall President Jean Thayer Spring President Cynthia Austin Carolee Baker Gail Billions Paula Blankenship Margaret Blount Linda Buller Jeanne Burge Shirley Campbell Macy Cavender Jean Chadsey Joyce Chaffee Lee Davis ALPHA SIGM PI Beth Josi Slaten led the Sigma's through an eventful and successful fall semester. "Halloween Hoe-down" was the theme of their informal party at Yucaipa Riding Club. Fred Flintstone stood amongst tradition at Sigma daisies, guiding "Dino" on the homecoming float-"ln the Beginning." The annual alum brunch was held before the homecoming game. Sigma's contributed to the Christmas spirit as they ioined the season's serenades in their dark coats and red scarves. A formal party at the lodge on the shores of beautiful Lake Arrow- head brought the fall semester to a close. ' Miss Jean Thayer, spring semester president, and her active sisters pre- sented their new pledge class to alums at their 49th birthday luncheon held at the Black Patch in West Covina. Apple Valley lnn provided the setting for the semester's formal party. The informal was at the beach. Sigma's wound up the '62-'63 school year with a Parents' Picnic and Senior Breakfast. S L n B b M,Hberg Marilyn Mohn Diane Morgen Margaret Murad Barbara Natelborg Sue Norene Jan Peckham ue ewis ar ara i l l Parsy Phillips Margie Pofier Carol Provost Alice Randall Merry Sigma's celebrate the Christmas season with G party given by their Redlands Alums. 'VI .f Q Q H , I V 'V f""-3 A u Woodsy and adventurous, the Sigmas and pledges spent a weekend ,I F 'ii P' fb pq I u roughing if. as "i'4'1'fw- . F " M L, T11 ' ,rl A - uv, JF 1 X nf g f ' I .1 Q ,121 4 ' ' nl f V" 'f .- . - 7 y, ,. V ' nies' .W .. K .nu-.. 4 ' '-ef ' 0-.Ng "ln the be inning.. ' g i , Nancy Reeves Karen Richards KGY ROYBF B 1 S h Y b I sue srickney Mary Ann stocker Joyce Thgmgg Peggy Williams Diane Winkelman Barbara Woolway Cvfvl York et e c wi zge e i 'IAR ALPHA THETA PHI Melinda Marshall Lynne Wright Fall Pf95ldel'1i President Mary Baptie Bonnie Bios Nancy Buchanan Karen Clock Donna Dill Christy Gammell T44 Sally Blackburn Rita Bunch Sally Comito Ellen Dumbacher Lynn Geary The spirit of vitality marked the Sisters of Alpha Theta Phi this year, and enthusiasm was Their watch- word. President Melinda Marshall guided the Thetas Through a successful fall semester which was ushered in by the pledging at fourteen new Sisters. Group fun for the Thetas and Their dates included a successful square dance Informal in The mountains and a sophisti- cated Formal in The South Seas atmosphere of The PorTs- O'-Call in San Pedro. Homecoming was made memor- able This year, for Theta beauty captured The honors of Homecoming Queen and iunior and sophomore princesses, while long hours of effort achieved recogni- tion. in Their second place float entry. The Christmas season found the Thetas collecting food, clothing, and money for a deserving family, as well as participating in the Christmas Serenades under The guise of choir boys. Money was also raised for The Sunshine Island phase of the Hong Kong proiect. Spring semester saw the presidential gavel passed to Lynne Wright who welcomed in Thirteen pledges and presided over the annual BMOC Breakfast. Once again, the magic of the Tropics became a party theme, the Informal "Island Holiday," being climaxed bythe show- ing of "Teahouse of The August Moon" and dancing to the infamous New Man Combo. The Thetas honored their parents at the traditional spring tea and bid their seniors a reluctant Aloha at The Senior Dinner. Cathy Hines Gloria Horning Ginny Jarrell Kclhl JOY Jan Boen Barbara Burger Nancy Craven Susie Farquhar Carol Giberson Diane Behn Lalc Boll Sandy Chadwick Jeanne Curry Linda Fisher Pat Heffern Jenny King Janet 1 Alf: Lamb Pat LaVoire Darlene Linton Robin Linton Sue Livingston Shirley Maniccia Marcia Manning Dorothy Martin Diana McAllister KGVEN Meister Lynne Mizifune Linda Mork Inger Nielsen Jeri Nolfi Jean Oliver Big night for pledges as --I In keeping with the informal sorority party, Island Holiday, spring pledges J go "Round the lsland." 'Q g , 'J 'n Theta actives treat them to the traditional din- ner before Presents. Jean Pearce Marcia Perry . Dorris Randall Donna Roscoe Mo'7Y Scarantina Judy Schipper Phyllis Shelly Kitty Shutz Sandy Taylor Kathy T erbeck Kay Tillett Phyllis Tilton Wendy Wallin Willie Warden Janet Welker KUVBV' Zlfbel ' l45 Carol Abbott Pat Alpaugh Mariorie Atherton Pat Broiles Coila Buehman Anita Corbin Eloise David Linda Bumstead Fall President Dinah Stevenson Spring President LPHA XI OMICRO With Linda Bumstead presiding, the Omicron's fall semester had many highlights. "Sehr Gut" was the comment describing their informal at the Turner Hofbrau in Los Angeles. Homecoming found the Omicron's busy building their float and preparing for their Alum Reunion. Besides their traditional participa- tion in the Christmas Serenade, the sorority enioyed a Christmas party given by the local Alums. In the true spirit of Christmas the hard working Omicrons made l85 dolls for the children of the House of Neighborly Service, winning first prize in the AWS Doll Contest for the second consecutive year. The sorority was also represented by Kristen Hoeger who won the prize of "Most Lovable" for her individual entry. Successful sweet roll sales on weekends and donut-cookie sales during finals supported sorority service proiects which included sponsoring a boy in Hong Kong, volunteer hospital work, and chaperoning Y-Teen dances. The semester was climaxed by a formal party of dining and dancing to the Kingston Trio at the exclusive Cocaanut Grove in Los Angeles. Under the efficient leadership of Dinah Stevenson the actives and new spring pledges enioyed a Birthday Luncheon with the Alums at the El Rancho Verde Country Club in Rialto. Dancing, swimming, skiing, and horseback riding highlighted the Omicron's traditional spring overnight held at the Salton Sea North Shore Yacht and Country Club. The semester was concluded with an informal spring sorority party, the annually-sponsored Barbershop Quartet Con- test, and the Senior Dinner before graduation. Marcia Davis. Doris Fightmaster Fatrno Foum Marilynne Garrison Diane Heydon Melinda Hill Diana Hoagland Kristen Hoeger Mary Hoko Pat Horvath Karyn Hunter Patsy Jackson Mb Karen Juml-W' Kathy Nichol! Waiting for the half-time parade, this unique float was the Omicron entry for "Years to Remember"-Homecoming '62, PQQQY Lonkard Gloria Olson Njttml ' 1 6' lix V rp5,v3tNl'3 ummm An unforgetable evening of dining and , dancing was climaxed by 2 floor shows presented by the Kingston Trio at the plush Cocoanut Grove. ANIASSADOII ktocounug tum ' N KINGSTON TNG ,. L ' A, A C7 I Y t df Xs x.. Bev Lynn Sue Metzger 5l'10f0f1 M0f"l5 Kathy Vibe Judy West Roberfd Woods tm-, 01" " 'A in N9 fl 9' X19 Some of the 185 Omicron dolls which won first prize in the AWS Doll Contest. Hts' ."fi'FltA-zu , V. , e .1 turner Zinn ifgnfhrau An authentic German dinner, social dancing, and learning to Polka and sing German songs made for an evening of gaity at the Hofbrau, 1117 Delta Kappa Psi began The school year by pledging eleven new girls, who were fully initiated on November l8Th. Enjoying an evening of dining and Twisting, The acTives held Their fall formal party aT The EI Mirador Hotel in Palm Springs' While The Second PGVTY Took Them To The Los Angeles Sports Arena for an exciting Laker basketball game. Homecoming Day was a rewarding event, as The Deltas Took first place for The Third year in a row in The float contest with Their enTry "This Bell's STill Ringin', For Me and My Gal." Second semester The Deltas welcomed home from Europe and Mexico seven members, as They waved good-bye To six others bound for Salzburg. Welcoming six new pledges, and enioying a fun-filled evening aT The Hofbrau Inn sTarTed off The spring Term. For Their annual alumni luncheon, The Long Beach Chapter entertained The acTives and oTher alum chapters aT The Tropical Ports-of-Call in Long Beach harbor area. The Troolitionol DelTa Daisy Ring and The yearly Senior Breakfast before graduaTion completed The years' acTiviTies. Jan Dalzell Fall President Linda Basking Spring President float, Active Deltas costumed as witches, ghosts, and goblins ofthe past made Their way to The Halloween pledge party last fall. "This Bell's STill Ringin'-For Me and My Gal"-Delta prize winning Homecoming Vifiki Steel ' JOY' Steele -lUdY STYUUCN liz Strong Jan Stryker Judy Sundahl Marianne Taft Dolly Templin Sharon Tibbs Sue Tritt Lula Veteto Annetta Watson Nancy Wheeler Sally Wilde 11.10 The Men of Alpha Gamma Nu under the leadership of President John Stevenson began the fall semester 1962 with their rush party in October at their perennial rush party haunt, Azure Hills Country Club, In mid-November the Brotherhood and their dates iourneyed to San Diego to the palatial estate of Brother Dave Weerts for their fall "Informal," Urbane costumes, live combo, catered dinner, and exotic setting highlighted this affair. Following the first snow of the season, the Gamma Nus headed for Lake Arrowhead for their winter "overnight," In the spring semester Alpha Gamma Nu, led by Mens' Rep. Steve Boice, broke precedent and moved their spring rush party to the spacious Saboba Springs Country Club near San Jacinto. The theme of the spring "Informal", held late in March, was "Stranded in the Jungle" and saw live animals, sacrificial altars, and erupting volcanoes enliven the gala party which was held at the Gamma Nu house, Between the "Informal" andthe spring "overnight" held in May at Laguna, the Brotherhood participated in their 4th Annual Hong Kong Work Day, raising money for their special proiect, the St. Christopher's Home for Orphans in Kowloon. John Stevenson Fall President LPHA GAMM NU Greg Kerber capfivates his audience in his lengthy dissertation lin Fall pledges work on Pledge Proiect-rebuilding the Gamma Nu bridge. O Art Alcina Dave Allen Mac Bains Dick Booth Rudy Brandt Sam Brown Tom Chauvin Bob Clymire Dove Curnow Bob Dflvidson Weldon DIQQS Dave Dryden Galen Fox Glenn Graham AI Hauser Bill Held in Bill Hendricks John Hinfz NOYVTH Hollingshecd Hank Hungerfmd Hank Moore Rich Morriss Bob Mullen Jack Mussey John Prince Marlon Proclor G0'Y RU"'k9' Bill Reuhr Joe Taylor Charlie Thompson Wayne Towson Al TUVDEY 545 gr ck ,, I, gk i He who scuffs the floor is elected fo cleon ir! Mike LaFave Larry Nixon Dave Shikles Tom Tuslin Dove Weerls Bill Lord Chris Maple Bruce Parker Sieve Pierce Laurie Spencer Art Stephenson Jeff Valliant Brian Vura Rick Wes? Chuck Wilke Towson supervising while Turner and Mussey begin work on the ioinr parking lol with the Pi Chis. Jim McEIvany Clif Prcsly Tom Tatlack Gene Walsh Norman Wong l5l PPA Danny King SI Fall President IGMA Dick Sauers Spring President during the fall rnformal Dave Bama Chdflie Bell Don Coursey Gary Dudder Tom Jenkins Bert Mdfwrn LeRoy Morkee Don Nance Jim Bethel! Greg Bicllingmaier Gordon Glass Steve Habener Denny Lance John Moore Tom Boyer Bill Bruns Ron Jones Joe Keebler Dave Mohs Jeff Burnett Harry Chryssopoulus Eddie Matsuishi Steve McDowell Dick Edwards Dick Fisher Dave Johnson Bob Jones Barney Martinez Barry Martin Two brothers taking advantage of the recre atronal factltttes at the Shadow Mountain Club Kappa Sigma Sigma held their rush parties at El Rancho Verde Country Club in Rialto, and at the Shadow Mountain Country Club in Palm Desert. The the fall informal, while the spring informal was held at their fraternity house. The Brotherhood and their dates spent the fall overnight in Big Bear and the spring overnight at the beach. The week-ends saw many informal parties being held at the Kappa Sig house. Together with the Theta's, Kappa Sigma Sigma contributed money and gifts to a needy family in the Redlands area at Christmas time, and in coniunction with their Hong Kong Program, gave a two hundred dollar scholarship to a student at Chung Chi College. The Kappa Sigs dominated this year's intramural athletic program by cap- turing the football championship in the fall and the basketball championship in the spring. The brothers had their annual open house in the spring, following the R-Club Tournament and hosted their traditional Father-Son Banquet in the spring. In April the fraternity attended the annual alumni-sponsored rendezvous in Riverside, and finished the year's activities with their reunion dinner honoring latter also hosted graduating brothers. Leland Tipton Norm Towers Steve True Jim Schroeder Sfu Reeder Jim Rosen John Oliver Pete Pmshall l-own 57905079 John Seiter Chuck Shakleton Karl Phillips Harvey Pinyoun GUY Weave' Dov' 57'UCk TONY TCYlor Roy Powell Bary Pulliam Jim Wieschendorff Dave Wilson Darrell Ryan Rick Schreiber Gary Smith Rich Stater Bruce Thompson Dave Thornton Ron Wood Don Zell Ben Hourani Robert Johnson Francis Kahawai Pi Chis enioy informal get-together at the frat house. The school year 1962-1963 saw the University's oldest fraternity take on an active part in student affairs. ln the fall semester, under the leadership of President .lay Smith, the Pikes held their rush at the fraternity house, with the highlight being a steak try and entertainment for rushees. As usual, the frat was well-represented in Inter- collegiate athletics, placing three men on the all conference squad in football, including team captain Phil Brown. Intramural sports again saw the Pikes in an active and spirited role. The annual Christmas Party for deserving children ot Redlands was a rousing success and, as in the past, was one of Pi Chi's most cherished moments of the year. Spring President Bob Bishop led Pi Chi to the close of its 52nd active year on the campus. The Informal, at the house, was based on a "Las Vegas" theme. The overnight saw the Pikes headed for beautiful Mission Bay. The annual fraternity reunion was held at the Los Serranos Country Club. Tony Albin Steve Alkazift Ted l-U09 Toby Larson Russ Lockner Mike Macon Clint NGQY Dennis Schipke Greg Sease Jim Sloton Don Slauson Bill Snyders Chuck Sorrells Steve Teele Bill Thurman Dvve Ascher Frank Bennett Jim Brondino Jim Bunch Mike Clark Ken Corricellc Steve Courso Doug Dewhurst Barry Enerbwok Bill Eme Chuck Falzone Dick Forward Rod Gilbert Russ Harrison Bill Hart PI CHI Jay Smith Fall President Bob Bishop Spring President Pete Peterson Don Rowland The latest popular dance steps demonstrated by a happy gathering of Pikes and their dates. John Trom Dave Utter 'I RR - CHI IGMA CHI Highlighting Chi Sigma Chi functions was the annual Charm Girl C-ontest held this spring. An abundance of fraternity infor- mals, open houses, and casual parties kept the year moving at a fast pace. The spring Informal enhanced the Chi Sigs' reputation for distinctive parties. A chartered bus carried costumed brothers and their dates to a haunted house remotely situated near Beau- mont where the fraternity soon concocted a wild night with ghostly proportions. Chi Sigma Chi sparked the international front with brothers present in Hong Kong, Salzburg, Mexico City, and Washington, D.C. Al Berglund Fall President Jim Schoellerman Spring President 1 r T, .,7"'t ' 453 5 - 1 . . Zll.j2,,X' . T 3' .f f 'uf' t 4 1 ' .4-Q?-w'?5L 5. f 1 fl 'fy f 1 ' Y. I I N, pw v T. - zlgf5QifflL3ff""-I V, ' ,. . vw I+.:-13,715 ' 4 9 " V ' 1 M f" :ii T , Sz' 4. This memorable float de- picting college "Tempta- tion" represented the Chi Sig's college "Years to Remember." The drawing of caricatures by the professional Vel de Nunez from the Spanish Quarter of Olvera Street in Los Angeles was a highlight of the fall semester. 156 An overflowing frat house was the scene of the Chi Sig open house following the U.C.R. football game. BIII Nikkei Gene Ollphant lr' swam 'A' umm 1 ' ' ...na--'1'+w1P1I?P' Qvf,-t . .N -'s'Wllll!'1.Q The brolhers enioy,an informal beach party at South Laguna Beach. :i J J .. . '-0 Q "L W The Chi Sig's "Orien1al" fall informal included Q 1 . a Chinese dinner at Bings and attendance of ni .A , D I the stage production of Flower Drum Song. L:', ' I 1 Pj' , 1 as Q Jim Amos Earl Armbrust Rick Bramble John Burmahln Bill Capps Jim Culp Gary DeMiriyn Charles Dorset? Wal? Hollowell Michael James Tom Johns Bill King John Kreyssler Roger Lion ' Ken Mosuda Doug McLaughlin Bob McLoughlin Gary Moore Part Moore Bob M0f9C1I1 GUVY R9l"'9"7 RiCl'I Ringwcld Tom Rothhaar Phil 5lW6Y John Tincher Craig Wallace Alan Wilson Dave Wilson V ' 157 K I ' . hu lu.-.....-fm' . 9 xi 4 . .,,-'-Q ..,4'f' . T' " V 45.0 U Q., I sw N-J 3 I, ,f V 4 JI' , H h LUV 1 5' l 'U Q ,B fist 1'r..lHI vm' """'lus:'-' SPGRT 'Did """sP' 1' pt F 5 'kv W 'v my I 9" fu- '-.. 110 in gg., Y, I y-w ff VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. Bill Dickenson, Bill Ruehr, Wayne Towson, Jim Rumph, and Rudy Brandt. LE DER Generating pep this year at all UR games, rallies, and spe- cial events were the enthusiastic song and yell leaders. The cheerleaders in their bright orange shirts llater exchanged for more- conservative attirel led the students with new claps and yells. Gray and maroon clad songleaclers dazzled crowds with their peppy new steps, high kicks, and a flurry of flying pom- poms. Throughout the year the varsity troupe continued to spark the crowd. At Homecoming the songleaders entertained spec- tators at halftime with a professional can-can routine, while yell leaders displayed their talents in a bull ring. Versatility of the songleading quintet was shown by their performance of various routines during the year. A vivacious Charleston was performed for the Senior Rally, and a colorful matador cape routine was presented at one of the football games. Appearing in the annual Christmas rally, decked in spe- cial white outfits and green and red pom-poms, the group added special color. The lively group of athletic spirit-setters did a tremendous job. ATHLETIC t i ELLIS R, DAVIES Athletic Director PIRIT VARSITY SONG LEADERS. Darlene Linton, Lynn Geary, Gloria Homing, Nancy Craven, Robin Unran- if-WW 1,71 K A X A TSW if 1' it' .fuk X' fa 'x Vi? -1 1 'Q' f 5 'hw iff- "f'S"V"3?"1 Q, 'J Q tg: N . .Km A ,L we ,M 5 'Q F 3 fi ., 1 4 sl i A - K BL K ,. 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CAL WESTERN The Bulldogs got off to a bad start when they lost their first game to Cal Western 27-12. lt was an out- standing achievement for Cal Western in that it was the first time they had beaten Redlands in five years of competition. At the end of the first halt, Cal Western had a i3-O lead, and the stunned Bulldogs never re- covered. Kahawai was leading ground gainer in the game and Jim Brondino was outstanding lineman. U.C.R. Redlands broke into the winning column in their sea- son by subduing the University of California at Riverside. The varsity roared back to victory 22-12, after being downed 6-O at halt-time. Harvey Pinyoun, sophomore quarterback, playing for iniured Cortez, completed five out of nine passes for 117 yards and one touchdown. Bill Hart, end, makes leap in front of UCR man to complete pass as Nick Odowick offers reinforcement. Powerful Bill Larson fights for a Bulldog gain on Cal Western'S field in lhe first game of the season. U. OF NEVADA ln their second encounter of the season, the Bulldogs were soundly defeated by the Nevada Wolfpack 33-O. The score was i3-O at half-time, and if Redlands had scored on two dropped passes in the end zone during the third quarter the story might have been different. ln contrast to the Cal Western game, Redlands sparkled on pass defense, but Nevada found big holes in the line as they picked up 296 yards on the ground com- pared to 51 for Redlands. CAL POLY in a game against powerful Cal Poly the Bulldogs showed one of their strongest defensive games of the season, losing only 14-6. The score stood 6-6 at half- time, but the Broncos, with depth at all positions, scored in the third quarter and the Bulldogs never penetrated beyond the 38 of Cal Poly. As he did all season, .lim Brondino sparkled in the line while Cortez passed for 61 'yards and Bryant picked up 44 yards rushing. 4 1 4 .K - .vww Bryant drives for another gain against Col Poly. '-..tf:l"5"l.L'- an 'ff' '+' " , ' Q 1' ,, 14'-vi H I' L? 1 ' , ,."' ' "V -' .,.,. r i...,.,ff ' ,J-gk. .--. - ws- .':,, H" - , , ,.. ,V ,L ,,, . 4 . . 4 , . ---4 .. -.. 4- . -.., . , .- , , X - - ,.. Q ,yi tp .... .-dv.. g .-..-. , ' 9 ' ,, ' .. .f , ' .Q . .... W ,- .-,., .. . wi - 'wer .M . , . . , 4 I4 .r 3 .- 'C-.rg 'M .. . "" ' ,, V ,-we . . , r ..' . ' ..,,. Z " ' if I A HQ 4 'Q . Wingback Nick Odowick makes flying attempt to complete would-be touchdown pass on Pomona turf. ag 3 "7 .fi . -4 - U S -- ,.F? g ,,mmqw Pomona's line is cut wide open as Bryant cut through again for a touchdown. MUJDEGO Playing one of the most powerful teams in Southern Calif,, the Bulldogs suffered a crushing defeat by the San Diego Aztecs, 39-O. San Diego, a school of l4,000, is expected to be competing with USC and UCLA within the next three years. Redlands could only pene- trate to the 43-yard line of State and picked up only 94 yards. San Diego rolled up 442 yards. Outstanding in the game was sophomore Bill Snyder play- ing defensive end. POMONA Saddled with a 1-4 record, Redlands took on the Pomona Sagehens and came out on top, 22-12. With Harvey Pinyoun passing to Dennis Casino for two touchdowns, Redlands won its first league game. Pomona, always fired up for the Redlands tilt, led in the third quarter l2-8, but Bill Larson, outstand- ing on defense, intercepted a Sagehen pass and returned it to the Pomona 20 yard line. From there, on successful ground gains, Bryant scored the go- aheacl touchdown. Pinyoun provided the offense for the Bulldogs completing four of eight passes for 42 yards,while Bill Bryant was once again the leading ground gainer. As usual Brondino and Phil Brown performed well on defense. l . 22:3 fi? Q Tflk i " ,V Q. g,ie,m4i:. tggfl-V 1 ,T - - its I 55554 1, ,. V rfli '-ah sv QQ , Fi I Ilroxygsorglinpgramid of Bulldogs and Tigers with Colorossi on the bottom and Pinyoun with the ball on top as Redlands defeated Occidental during B LLDOGS HOST OCCIDE TAL FOR HOMECOMI In their finest game of the season, im the Bulldogs once again rallied to defeat l ' Occidental 12-7 at the Homecoming game. The first' time Oxy had the loall They marched 96 yards to pay dirt in the first quarter. Redlands got on the score board with a spectacular pass from Pinyoun to Casino when only one second remained in the first half, The conversion failed and the Tigers led 7-6 at half- time. After recovering a fumble at the end of the third quarter, Joe Cortez con- nected on a pass To Jim Russell for six points, and the rest of the game was defense for the Bulldogs. Wh. is Assistant trainer Mike Melia finds relaxation as he bags the homecoming queen of 1977 in the stands. 'IA7 u- ClaremonT man is hoT in pursuit of speedy Don Robben as he races over The CMC defense in The game which saw Redlands come back To win after Trailing 20-0 aT The half. CMC AT The end of Two disappoinTing quarTers The Bull- dogs lefT The field Trailing 20-O behind CMC. In The sec- ond half, Though, Redlands wenT To work scoring early in The Third quarTer on a 39-yard drive wiTh Jim Russell, Don Robben, and Bill BryanT picking up much ground. LaTe in The Third quarTer anoTher TD made The score 12-20. ClaremonT could only manage a field goal early in The fourTh quarTer, which was followed by an elecTri- fying run of 60 yards by Russell ending in a Touchdown. WiTh minuTes lefT CMC sTill led by Three poinTs, when successive runs by Pinyoun and Nick Odowick broughT The Redlands vicTory 28-23. U. C. S. B. AfTer Three league games, The Redlands VarsiTy played The UniversiTy of California aT Scania Barbara and broughT home a 14-8 vicTory. IT was Redlands' sec- ond ground game as They pounded ouT 321 yards. Bill BryanT accounTed for 102 yards in 20 carries and Joe CorTez secured 83 yards in '13 runs. Don Robben also had a fine running nighT. IT proved To be The only non- league vicTory for The Bulldogs during The season. Bill BryanT charges Through line in foggy Santa Barbara for another gain as Doshier l63l, Hales 1511, and Hart 1871 offer reinforcement. BULLDOGS PLAY WHITTIER FOR SCIAC TITLE Defending champs of the SCIAC kept that title after Redlands' last game of the season as they defeated the Bulldogs 28-6. Redlands was never in the game as the Poets led 21-O at halftime. Redlands' defense improved in the second halt as Whittier could only score one touchdown, but the offensive unit of the Bulldogs didn't produce until there were 37 seconds left in the game. As in games ofthe past, Bill Bryant produced over half of the Redlands yardage on the ground which was only 157 yards in contrast to Whittier's 272 yards. The game ended the season forthe Bulldogs with a 5-5 record and much experience gained for next year. i i l . Alle' lhe flghf f0" the SCIAC Cll0mPl0f1Sl1lP, Harvey Pinyoun H21 and Whittier end Stan Sanders shake hands. Whittier defense goes sprawling as Harvey Pinyoun clears the way for Don Robben' 1-1. 169 VARSITY BASKETBALL. ROW i:.Gary Smith, Dove Miller, Bob Jones, Jeff Wilkins, Gordie Glass, George Newmyer, Dave Knowlton, Dick Fisher, Bob Engberg, Gary Loper, Dave Mohs, Don Nance, Hcrv Pinyoun, Dave Carniniti, Coach Lee Fulmer. RSITY BASKET T 'T' A 4-.-7-- 1-song-q. . lg-.....-...LN FUIFWGY 9iVe5 in5"UC7i0"5 dUfinQ C1 time OUT- Bob Jones and Gary Loper snatch rebound from Whittier Poets. 170 ti' Engberg and Fisher iump valiantly to add another to the UR score. Redlands' seniorless basketball team waited through a barrage of early season defeats at the hands of top college teams in the southland before they began their cle- fense of the SCIAC championship and a bid for a fourth straight conference title. With the graduation of UR's 6'7" All- American, Jack Schroeder, the sophomores and iuniors had a lot to overcome. Height presented the biggest obstacle to the Bull- dogs, their tallest man being only 6'4". The lack of height, however, was met with strong desires and aggressive play. Determination proved to be the backbone of the Bulldogs. SCIAC SCORES UR Opponent 55... ...Occidental ...... .....59 61... ...Claremont-Mudd ......48 54... ...Whittier ....... . ....64 69... ...Pomona ..... . ....48 64... ...Cal Tech ....... . ....49 62... .. .Claremont-Mudd . . . . . .48 55. .. ...Occidental ..... . . . . .57 76... ...Cal Tech ..... . ....58 70... ...Pomona ,,,,58 59... ...Whittier ,,,,79 Q 'EVQIQ' ' OJ-Q ' S Cf WOW! Wonder if the ref caught that one. 'I7 Fisher collides with Whittier man in fierce action With a quick glance to the side, Mohs sinks basket as Newmyer and under the boards. Smith screen off opponents. .V A nr 1. wr w ' -- 1' .0,f' A , J-1bqkw1'1 .M..,,M A, I . . . ., , m N gyr- ',,mm,.fX K. I 275.gif .- ' Jinx . '7f.,n,A. ill'-tvs-lf'.'i I v .1 I ,4 4 . Bulldogs take time out to hunt for Engberg's elusive contact lens. " mi. 51 M11 ui fr . 'RFE -.KX -. . I T . , i , QQQYTT . .. -452573, , A, , , . ?..Z.W.,.Jk, V' - 'Z',,x.Y E gifts- if 4,1 J, E:.'m,.:26,glg'53 ',s mi , .ii 4,,.g:v-1 5-kj' 11: V, T-,TUX 14. . 7?'l"' f:571Y'-L-- 4 T A T' ' ff,iv.aaxZgvfx2,- f I ,..,i.f.g,f , . new f.p.g.,,, ,.,, ., . -cw' . MQ.. T ,, si,-ii -. gl-.T - ,Vu r .T kin, K. All-SCIAC guard, Gary SmiTh, paced Redlands L To a 6-4 conference record and Third place, Sopho- s ' more Bob Engberg had a fine firsT year on The varsity and was second To'SmiTh in UR scoring. Engberg was selecTed To The SCIAC second Team and received hon- orable menTion in NAIA DisTricT 3. Gary SmiTh, as well as leading The Bulldogs and The league offensively wiTh a 15.9 average, also led The naTion's small colleges wiTh a .909 free Throw Percentage. SmiTh in addiTion was selecfed To The NAIA DisTricT 3 TirsT Team. Dick Fisher, Harvey Pinyoun, and Bob Jones Showed greaT promise in Their varsiTy debuT while juniors Dave Mohs and Dave Miller played con- sisTenTly well ThroughouT The season. Redlands' SCIAC rule of The pasf Three years has been losT, aT leasT for a year, buT hopes are high for The fuTure. Bob Engberg waits aT scorer's desk before entering game. SMH N SVN' Fisher and Engberg iump for rebound during against Chapman. . 173 R'Cll"b Tou""'eY Union Q All-SCIAC guard, Gary Smith, supplies body-English on driving lay-up. Whittier man strains to outreach Engberg, Mirror image . . . Whittier and Redlands interrupt theif basketball wars to repair shoes. Sophomore Bob Engberg shows determin- ation which made him an All-SClAC standout. I ,sl S Coach Fulmer, injured Gary Smith, and UR varsity men resume positions after brief conference. LU f?55'lT",i 32 ,N Milf ,. x.,w,+4.t l Gary Loper grabs for Whittier-held ball as Jeff Wilkins, background, studies the form. George Newmyer makes futile defense of UR basket. Jubilant Afrosh provide strong moral support for varsity players. 175 IYQ lf' O Q Joe Cortez beats baseball To first. Though sfruggling Through a rugged pre- league schedule, The UR baseball Team showed signs That if would be a serious contender for The SCIAC championship. The Bulldogs were ci young Team, wifh just Two seniors on The squad. Sauers was The ace of The piTching sroff. A clever righfhander, he hurled an impressive Three- hiTTer againsf San Fernando Valley College To show whaT could be expecfed in SCIAC play. MarTin a consTanTly improving righfhander, was The Third-line pifcher behind Sauers and Bill Bruns, a iunior. Bruns should be The fronT-line pifcher nexf season. The UR infield had some early season prob- lems, buT had plenty of poTenTial. Behind The plare was sophomore John Moore, who should VAR ITY VARSITY BASEBALL. ROW l: Bob Suiile, Stu Reeder, Nick Odowick, Hank Johnson, Bob Halliwell. ROW 2. Don Slawson, John Moore' Dick Forward, Jeff gumeff Row 3, Coach Paul Taylor, Bill Hart, Jim Hawkins, Joe Cortez, Ed Evans, Dave Valentine, Gil Lynch, ASSY. Coach Roger Chaney- develop into one of the best catchers in the league. At first was big Bill Hart, a hard-hitting lefty. Second base was held down by iunior Stu Reeder, an experienced performer. At shortstop was Joe Cortez, who had good range and a fine arm. Sophomore Don Slauson held down third base, which he should for the next two years. Redlands' outfield showed sophomore Dick Forward in center, iunior Jim Hawkins in right and sophomore Nick Odowick in left. Forward, a strong hitter, was one of the two Bulldogs at the plate with an average crowding .300. Haw- kins was the veteran of the outfield, supplying consistent hitting with fine defensive play. Odo- wick was bothered by a bad arm, but helped the Bulldogs with his sharp hitting. I l ,, YW' , I 1 s . i Don Slawson tries to tag the runner and catch the ball in the some move on the UR diamond. V Bulldog hurlers Dick Sauers B'lI B d 5- . . pitching in a brief mound conferenceluns on Ill Mcmn dlscuss the an of SCIAC SCHEDULE Mar. 26 . . . . . . Claremont-Mudd 30 . . . ......... Pomona Apr. 2 ..... Occidental 3 - - - .... Cal Tech 23 . . . .... Whittier 27 . . . ..... Occidental 30 . . . ......... Pomona MUY 4 . . . . . . Claremont-Mudd 'Ii . .. ....... Whittier 15 . . . .... Cal Tech Pitcher Dick Sauers strides easily but is out by a step. Cortez dives back to first during non-conference action on the UR diamond. A lack of offensive punch and a hot-and- cold defensive contributed To most of The Bull- dogs early problems. Next year, with an influx of outstanding Frosh talent, Redlands should again be fighting if out for the SCIAC champion- ship. Reeder fauls off pitch in early season game. Johnson takes cut at early season fastball. Don Slawson gets base-running assistance from Hank Johnson Dick Forvlrard and umpire get exercise Q5 helmeg falls leisurely tothe ground. Redlands scores another run as Cortez crosses home plate. 179 VARSITY WATER POLO TEAM. ROW l: Weldon Diggs, Barry Bronkey, Rick Wiley, Chuck Shockelton. ROW 2: Jim Bethell, Tom Hoover, Dove Curnow, Tom Jenkins ROW 3: Coach George Borich, Russ Lockner, Dick Johnson, Bob McCommon. Not Pictured: Borry Martin. Barry Martin shoots for goal. 180 BULLDOG TER Lacking many experienced players, Coach George Barich's water polo teom ended with four wins and ten losses. Although it was a'losing season, Cooch Barich looks forward to next year with prospective re- turnees in Rick Wiley, Torn Jenkins, Weldon Diggs, cmd Bill Bollinger. Dick Johnson, forward, was voted Most Valuable Player, elected to the SCIAC second team for the second year, and was high scorer. Chuck Shockelton served as captain. Dependable at the guard positions were Jim Bethell and Bob McCammon. In pre-season action the Bulldogs played such powers as L.A. State, UCLA, and Orange Coast College. ln the non-league games the water polers managed four wins. But in the strong SCIAC, the varsity went winless lO-8l as powerful Oxy took the league. Tom Jenkins passes over opponen1's head. POLO SCIAC SCORES UR Opponent 4 .... Oxy .... . . . 16 3 .... Pomona .... 1 1 5 .... Caltech ..... 9 13 .... CHM ....... 14 6 .... Oxy .... . . 8 4 .... Pomona .... 9 2 .... Calfech ..... 10 3 .... CHM . . . . . 13 Tom Jenkins 1251 races Pomona op ponenr for ball. Rick Wiley floods out Pomona opponents. Goalie Russ Lockner stops point as Bob McCammon and Jim Bethell guard opponent. 181 ,usual -,,, Y , T. - VA' ' ' "' .L Y 4' . ' '11 Q, 1. - - .... ' A 3 ' ' vw L U, , - v.Zl.. , ' +V - Y ' - - ' . - V ' ." 2. ' , rs-A .4 . - 'Y ,- is -. '-I , .. V ,, - f. . . ' 4, . - ri ,V+ . s . 5 -' ' ,. .-- -- si - - I Y 1- H- , . W .. .1-r-un. .c 4 he P F- - Fla iv PL In 1 A V + t rr- - il rw P K ' ' ' 'P' l' VARSITY TRACK TEAM. ROW 1: Bob Dickson, Jim McCracken, Jack VanderKnyff, Paul Vermillion, Rich Ringwald, Ron Breyer, John Hustwick. ROW 2: Jim Tomlin, Barry Pulliam, Gary George, Ron Jones, Dave Asher, Bill Thurman, Dale Mittag. ROW 3: Sam Kirk, Dave Meyers, Rog Scriven, Carl Hertz, Jeff Owens, Norm Towers. ARSITY TRACK Leading runners Norm Towers, Bob Dickson, and John Hustwick pass the stands with Hustwick out of step. 182 l"' i' ,,t.,L Ted Runner, UR Varsity Track Coach, views the 1963 season with a smile. Despite a lack of depth the UR track team opened the season on a good note by winning the SCIAC Relays for the fourth straight year. Several of the team began the year by exhibiting excellent early season form. Sam Kirk started 1963 with a new pole vault record of 14'4". Red- lands also had two other 14-foot vaulters in Dale Mittag and Jeff Owens. The Bulldog versatile iunior, Jim Mc- Cracken, headed the hurdles and competed in the broad iump, high iump, and mile relay. Jack VanderKnyff was the top middle-distance runner for UR, .with consistent performances in the 220, 440, and mile relay. Norm Towers and John Hustwick combined for strong efforts in the 880 and the mile. Shot putter and discus man, Dave Ascher, was the leading Bulldog in the weight events while Ron Jones excelled in the broad iump. Sophomores Dickson and Scriven moved up from last year's Frosh team to bolster UR hopes. 1 l l Jim McCracken shows determination ond fine form out of the blocks. Feb. 2-3 Mar. 2 9 16 23 30 30 Apr. 20 26 May 1 3 10 31 June 1 SCHEDULE I2 .... . . . . . . SCIAC Relays . . Long Beach Relays Westmont Pomona . . . Claremont-Mudd Santa Barbara Relays .. . Claremont Relays Whittier . . . . . Mt. Sac Relays . -Conference Prelims . . Conference Finals NAIA District 3 Meet NAIA Championships SPAAU Championships 8 ...... 13,14,15 ....... NCAA Regional Jack Vanderlinyff, Ron Jones ond Jim McCracken lace up before Q meef ' Jeff Owens is up and over at near record heiahfs. Dave Aschef, leading UR shot and discus man, shows class in the shot put circle 183 Coach Verdieck shows good form demonstrating To Bill Bender reaches for a high volley. The Tennis Team. H .T-. Bill Hoyt makes a fine return. VAR ITY TENNIS VARSITY TENNIS. ROW 1: Rich Morriss, Greg Kerber, Gary Barmore, Rich Place. ROW 2: Bill Hoyt, Dave Wilson, Bill Bender, Jeff Vaillanf. The VarsiTy Tennis Team goT off To a slow sTarT This spring. To quoTe Coach Verdieck, "Since There were no returning leTTermen in The sTarTing line-up, iT was necessary ThaT The Team develop proper maTch Temperament" By playing Top noTch schools like USC, UCLA, and Pep- perdine, The caliber of The Bulldog Tennis improved. Slow sTarTing hurt The Team in The TirsT league maTches. Four Three-seT maTches were losT To Cal Tech and one Three-seT maTch was losT To Claremonf-Mudd. The Team came back, Though, To beaT WhiT- Tier and Oxy. Bill Hoyf, a Transfer sTuclenT from Ful- lerTon JC, showed The brighTesT prospecT wiTh sTeady games and sTrong playing. Greg Kerber, one of lasT year's Top Trosh, sTarTed slow but rapidly improved. Rich Morriss, who along wiTh Kerber Took Top honors as ci frosh, had a sTeady game ThaT seldom failed. Rich Place was The surprise of The Team. As his game became more sTeady he played a key role in varsiTy maTches. SCHEDULE Weldon Diggs begins The second leg of the medley relay. Flying divers make fast start, VARSITY SWIMMI G Redlands' varsity swim team this year, consisting mainly of last year's frosh squad, was one of The strongest in UR history. Leading the team This year was record-breaking Bruce Parker in the loreaststroke, backstroke, and individual medley. Weldon Diggs was also The holder of numerous varsity and conference records in freestyle and butter- fly events. Rounding out The Team were freestylers Tom Jenkins, Chuck Falzone, Dick Johnson and Craig Konigsmark, backstrokers Dave Curnow and Dick Carson, diver Kim Gordon, and freestyler-backstroker Rick Wiley. Relay men who helped set new conference records were Curnow, Parker, Diggs, Jenkins and Falzone. Mar. 2 .. .. Conference Relays 7 ..... ....... C al Tech I4-I6 .. ... NAIA Finals 27-30 .. ... NCAA Finals 28 . . . ..... Pomona Apr. 4 . . . . . . Whittier I9 .. ........... Oxy 25 . . . . . Claremont-Mudd May I .. Conference Prelims 2.. 3.. Conference Prelims Conference Finals Dave Curnow gasps for breath during backstroke competition. VCQRSITY SWIMMING. ROW I: Bruce Parker, Rick Wiley, Weldon Diggs, Coach George Barich, ROW 2: Dave Curnow, Chuck Falzone, Kim Gordon, Dick rson. I86 , 12 Three Redlands men leod The pack at The onset 2 L I UNTRY SQUAD John Hustwick Bob Dickson, Jim Schoellermon, Don Coursey, Joe Keebler, Tom Rofhhocir, Doug Chaffee. CRUSS COU TRY Led by sophomore Bob Dickson, junior Torn RoThhc1c1r, ond senior John HusTwick, The UR ploced fourfh in The SCIAC. The loss of Dickson due To iniury Three weeks before The conference fincils hurT The Teorn greorly, but The Redlands horriers still mode cz fine showing ogoinsT sTiff con'ipeTiTion. An ouTsTc1nding frosh Team, led by Rich GoyeTTe, plclcecl second in The SCIAC behind Oxy. Froncis Nishimoto competes for The COACH The vc1rsiTy in a non-league meet. Jock Savage 'lv 41 GOLF TEAM. Rudy Brandt, Ken Kalvesmaki, Jack Mussey, Joe Hull, Ron Buck, and Ed Hales. GOLF A strong UR team faced SCIAC opponents this season. Dave Allen, Rudy Brandt, Jack Mussey, and Ken Kalvesmaki had seen competition last year. Leo Crane, host professional at Redlands Country Club coached the team. Captain of the team, Ken Kalvesmaki, and Jack Mussey sparked the team to some of its finest play. Six individual matches comprised a meet between two teams, and each individual match was added to the total team score. Match play-competition by holes-decided the winners of the meet. Matches were played on the South- land's leading courses, and the team did a fine iob. . Apr. Mussey mes for pm. as he puns. Kalvesmakl executes a touchy shot as he 8 gets his ball out of a sand trap. Ma r. May 7 14 21 29 1 5 15 18 22 2 ..- -ss f.. SCHEDULE . . . . . Whittier . . . .... Whittier Claremont Cal Tech . . . Occidental . . . . Pomona . ..... Pomona Claremont . ..... Cal Tech Occidental 6 l5"" Adding five foreign students cmd a transfer from Berkeley Q.-L ,tl . ti ,...', x -iff: .. , 'av ' . 1 T0 a team with only five returning playerS, The SGUSOV1 PV0' duced tive wins in its first 13 games. The season welded a well-coordinated team. With the return of 2-year all-league veteran halfback Jim McCracken and veteran goalie Gene Walsh, and if most other returning team members are able to play, we should have a strong veteran team next fall t' for the first time in three years. ,,.. ,tm 4 x ."' .-tx. - - nh' 5-, SCHEDULE Webb School U. C. Riverside Pomona Azusa Biola Pendleton Marines Caltech U. C. Riverside U. C. L. A. Victor Valley Victor Valley Caltech U. C. L. A. Victor Valley Biola Pomona . rs..n V Ra S . l n L-GA ,. Sebastian Pinto lil and Dick Ringwald race Pomona for ball. Goalie Gene Walsh stops opponent's point, protect- ing net handwoven by Coach Becker. .4 "1-JA In a-son-4-.L A I Wolfgang Thoene lRl steals ball from UCLA opponent. SOCCER TEAhM' ROW. lf DlCk RlnQWGlCl, John Pletcher, Alphonse Fideira, John Woodbury, Larry Horok. ROW 2: W0lfFGg9 JT Seite. :3Ill Bender, Sebastian Pinto, Bill Bryant, Tal Smith, Dave George. ROW 3: Jim McCracken, Al Berg Un , 0 F1 TOY OV, Gene Walsh, Steve Weber, Ed Walker, Coach Gil Becker. Not Pictured: Ahamed Al Saud. 189 FROSH CHEERLEADERS. Scott Harvey, Paul Gregorio, Mary Lou Hill, Kathy Gammon. FRO H YELL LEADER Cheerleader and songleader obiectives to inspire school spirit were refurbished by the co-championship effort of the basketball squad and the second place finish of the football team. Clad in maroon plaid uniforms, Frosh Cheerleaders were vigorous and spirited. They originated new and enthusiastic yells. Four vivacious Frosh Songleaders added spark and promoted spirit at Frosh football games, basketball games, and pep rallies. Many hours of practice were devoted to per- fection of their interesting, lively routines. FROSH SONGLEADERS. Mary Whitney, Dottie Janks, Belinda Shigley, Wendy Greene, FROSH FOOTBALL TEAM. ROW if Larry Nelson, Tom Brown, Ron Lamb, Steve Hamilton, Terry Singleton, Mart'n Ud Il Ch k B b' h ROW 2- ' Andy Mauro, Lynn Dort, Bob Stebbins, Jack Parham, Pete Margolies, Greg Percy, Rich Holloway. ROW 3: Tom' Bancley, Ed Lgrane? glialg Higgs' lgbev: slgfillln Coach Harvey Hyde, Coach Jerry Redman, Head Coach Jim Verdieck. ' ' Y BULLPUP PLACE SECO Statistics Tell many tales, but none quite so revealing as the one told by the 19 determined frosh footballers who made up the 1962 Bullpup squad. Whatever the Bullpups lacked in depth they more than balanced with ability and fortitude as their 5-2 season and 3-l SCIAC records show. Leading the frosh was the former Chaffey all-league haltback Chuck Bobitch, who led the team in total of- fense, points scored, rushing, touchdowns, TD runs, and Tom Brown, Coach Redman, and Coach Hyde relay message to Head Coach Verdieck. V rushing average, his longest scoring iaunt being 92 yards. Amazing Larry Nelson, who was playing his initial season at quarterback, completed 33 of 60 passes for 497 yards and il touchdowns. Fullback Terry Singleton and halfloack Steve Lincoln showed good promise. Looking to next year, the varsity squad should re- ceive added strength from many of this year's Frosh as they move into Varsity position. Steve Lincoln rushes through the Whittier line as Craig Higgs blocks. mr: ' SQQE' IFF! 5 i'! rf! l. l ,Q gn ab' P lu '36 UV ' I +Mr ' ' V 'H FRO H Lincoln racks up more yardage as his blockers Tumble the Oxy defense. Barry Singleton leaves the Oxy line in a rubble as he races toward The goal. u-' - i' rv L 56 ll' 192 Tom Brown l2Ol prepares to evade approach- ing Pomona defensive as lhe Bullpups host the Pomona frosh. TS 'll gh' .. 'f X ...N .. ' Y .- 1 G7 ' 1 ' v ' Y ' gn -' - . 1 H - X7 I, ' 'K v -1 . 'Xxx I 3 . S ' .. ' D1 . ,.. - ' .r A ,..L I , - 4. f sg . ' Q 'M' y . W l Q. ig. . 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' 3T3f,,,9,3,mL, 'l..z'i.h.tgg 5 5 V Q .- Pomona men in GFI 6XClflf19 PIUY- fs- "' . 4 Hf52gi"'3' Yr' ' 'if i. .-" ' N A l'J"":i 2' 'A 5' llfi If X- 1 . .'l l ,-nw?" 5 ' .: W.xr'2 .l . wif- - .2 -'ff' 3, ,A-,gg ' - .Art ..-ws - ,. ...f--'Ars r1M..s.:.-:f,,- lei . a-.A A-,V ... .wr 0 Chuck Bobitch displays his usual fine form as he dodges past a Whittier man with another in pursuit. GAME RECORD Redlands Opponent 14... ..Lc1VerneJ.V... 6... ..L.A. State ...l4 32... ...Pomona.. .. 8 28... ...Claremont . .. 8 36... ...Cal Poly . ...SO 28... ...Oxy.... ...32 60... ...Whittier .. .. 6 Bobitch racks up another impressive yard- age gain against Oxy. 193 Redlands man reaches for rebound. Hollister ties up opponent during Fresh action in Currier Gym. FRO H This year's frosh basketball Team, one of The most exciting Teams in Redlands' history, fought Their way To The SCIAC frosh co-championship. They were led Throughout' The sea- son by 6'6" Hal Hollister who seT a new frosh scoring record with 441 points for a 24.9 average. He re- ceived good scoring support from John Veeh and Dayton Dickey. Ron Lukasik, Roger STone, and John Plack also aided The Team greatly Throughout The season with Their fine all-around play. Others seeing much action were Bryant Myers, Mike Miller, STeve Dahl, and Rich Olson luntil iniuredl. Dayton Dickey was The Team captain, and Hall Hol- lister was a unanimous choice as The mosT valuable player of The squad. Several members of This year's Team could move up and considerably strengthen The VarsiTy next year. FROSH BASKETBALL. Bryant Myers, Mike Miller, Ron Ldkasik, Dayton Dickey, Hal Hollister, Rich Olson, Steve Dahl, John Plank, Roger Stone, John Veeh, Ken Buxton, Manager, and Coach Dan Stevenson. 194 BA KETBALL SY Plank looks on as Hollister fights for the ball SCIAC SCORES Qccidental .... Claremont-Mudd Whittier ...... Pomona ...... Cal Tech ...... Claremont-Mudd Occidental .... Cal Tech . . . Pomona . . Whittier . . . FROSH BASEBALL. ROW l: John Veeh, Dayfon Dickey, Ted Acres, Bob Beck, Ed Crane, Coach Jerry Redman. ROW 2: Pete Margolies, George Lindsey, Charlie Couch, Cecil Wright, Bruce Clark. NOT SHOWN: Jim Hogan, Roger Stone. Frosh pitcher Jim Hogan tries for a Coach strike. , Lee Fulmer SCIAC SCHEDULES Mar. 26 ClaremonT-Mudd 30 ...... Pomona Apr. 2 .. Occidental 3 . . . Cal Tech 23 .... Whittier 26 .... Occidental 30 ...... Pomona May 3 Claremont-Mudd TO ...... Whittier T5 . . . Cal Tech 196 FROSH BA EBALL Although only Twelve frosh Turned out for The Team, early results indicated a winning season. Relying on The strong arm of Jim Hogan, Their sole experienced pitcher, The Frosh were pressed for mounds,- men. The versatile and experienced infield included Ted Acres, Bob Beck, Roger Stone, John Veeh, and PeTe Mar- golies. Handling The outfield chores were Charlie Couch, Dayton Dickey, and Ed Crane with George Linsey and Bruce Clark completing the battery. Frosh shortstop Ted Acres Teams up with John Veeh to complete a quick double play. , ,, Y ra ,Lg . l A FROSH WATER POLO TEAM. ROW l: Norm Gruber, Bill Utter, Bob McLaughlin, Jim Gilliam, Dick Kintz. ROW 2: Coach George Barich Dave Sfgkeg Rick Wiedman, Mike Westling, Dave Leichtfuss, Bill Fry, John Laing. PRO H ATER PUP The frosh water polo team competed only in league games, and like the varsity had a losing season. The only consolation was one win which made for a l-7 record. Dick Kintz was voted captain, and Dave Leicht- fuss was voted Most Valuable Player. Jim Gilliam was an outstanding performer along with goalie Rick Wied- man. The hope was expressed by Coach Barich that all team members would return next season. l Bob McLaughlin l34l sets up back shot past Dave Stokes lines up good shof, Pomona guard. D Jim Gilliam l36l steals ball from Pomona man. SCIAC SCHEDULE Occidental Pomona Cal Tech Claremont-Harvey Mudd 197 v ,. 1 -H 1 ,W .U1 . . FROSH TRACK. ROW it Earl Christian, John Taylor, Bill Rydeen, Phil Wood, Francis Nishimoto, Rich Goyette. ROW 2: Coach Don Robben, Roger Moates, Bob Stewart, Chuck Beedy, John Weeks, Walt Johnson. FROSH TRACK The 1963 Frosh track squad was handicapped by lack of depth in many areas. This obstacle, however, was rapidly over- come by continued improvement and team spirit. Rich Goyette came off with a fine cross country season to set a new Frosh two mile record of 9:54.5, and Chuck Beedy started the season with a lO flat clocking' in the TOO. In the field events Walt Johnson came within an inch of the Frosh pole vault record in the first meet with a i3'4" vault, and Bob Stewart showed early form in putting the shot 45'6". mal- Bob Stewart draws in heaving the shot. tba LQ.-r-'-' N4 mf w V, -f Q1- 'f Walt Johnson practices the power of positive i,,v ' P thinking to obtain his excellent vaulting form. T' .ig " if 5235, rf-.1 -y ,xt-iswfrgsw' 'lit :fi 'Ja Q -so 'Ti it is timer. F T a deep breath before his final exertion Chuck Beedy and Rich Goyette, star frosh runners, grimace at photographer during warm ups. Feb. 23 Mar. 9 16 23 Apr. 20 May 1 3 -.. .. SCHEDULE SCIAC Relays . . ...... Westmont . . .......... Pomona . . . . . . Claremont-Mudd . . .......... Whittier . . . . . Conference Prelims . . . . . Conference Finals FRO H TENN The finesT Frosh Tennis Team in many years represenTed UR eomans and Bill Schoen, ranked 14Th this year. Led by John Y and 22nd respecTively in SouThern California, The Bullpups squad was marked by experience and depTh. Coach SmiTh Telt ThaT They would be a greaT asseT To nexT year's varsiTy. match. Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Yeomans shows form that made him No. I 2 man, 13 22 30 Apr. 19 20 May 4 May 10 Hamilton drives hard forehand in preparation for next match. Schoen hits overhead in early season SCIAC SCHEDULE 9 .... . CalTech ...... WhiTTier Claremont-Mudd Oxy . . . . Pomona ....... WhiTTier Pomona ,1 ClaremonT-Mudd . . ...... Cal Tech Oxy . SCIAC Tourney FROSH TENNIS. ROW 1: Larry Nelson, Mike O'Brier1, Bill 5Ch0en, Coach Bill Smith. ROW 2: Dave'Shaffer, Joe DeCamp, John Yeomans, Steve Dahl, Bill Kimballl Steve Hamilton. 9 199 t nr' tr 14 .,-.7-"' M.-" "L,- .,,..,,,A v',. Av-'Q , r .La- -.r as a , q l- ll ,wc Vt' if af' 4 lbw. FROSH CROSS COUNTPY SQUAD. KNEELING: John Yeomans, "Tak" Nishimoto. STANDING: Earl Christian, Pete Pederson, Richard Goyette. FRO H CROSS COU TRY Only five men turned out for the frosh cross country team, but they proved highly capable. Under the able tutelage of Coach Savage they went on to sweep all five league meets and place second behind powerful Occidental in the conference finals. Expect our frosh to do well on next year's varsity squad. 2 COACH Frosh ace Rich Goyette assaults a steep hill. Jack Savage O0 "Tak" clocks an excellent time in a trial run. 'l.-'u,l.r - A-Q1 Sept. ' " ' Oct. 1" f'-s w Nov. SCHEDULE .. Long Beach State .......AAU Meet Whittier . - . Pomona CMC ......... CaITech ... .. BIOLA Invitational - - - . . . Conference Meet i I , I ,....-.J-4! s .,"'l, I-W -A... 'fi' FROSH SWIMMING, ROW I: Bill Utter, James Gilliam, Paul Scott. ROW 2: Rich Newton, Lyle Gates, Jeff Isaac. Missing: Dick Kintz, Dave Leichtfuss, Dave Stokes. l Jim Gilliam and Dave Stokes placed 2nd and Ist respectively in a combined Varsity and Frosh swim meet. Mar. Apr. May 2.. 7.. 14-16 27-30 28.. 4.. 19.. 25.. 1.. 2.. 3.. SCHEDULE Conference Relays CaITech NAIA Finals . . . NCAA Finals . . . . . Pomona . . . . . Whittier Oxy . Claremont-Mudd . . . Conference Prelims Conference Prelims ' Conference Finals FROSH SWIMMING Even with a small swimming team, the frosh had a successful season. Dick Kintz in the breaststroke and Paul Scott in the freestyle proved to be two of the better swimmers in the league. Kintz also swims the butterfly and the individual medley. Others on the squad include Roger Strout, Dick Newton, Jeff Isaac, and Dave Stokes in the freestyle, Lyle Yeats in the freestyle and breaststroke, Bill Utter in the breaststroke and individual medley, Jim Gil- liam in freestyle and diving and Dave Leichtfuss in the backstroke and diving. Jim Gilliam, Frosh diver, performs a 1 V, somersault from the three meter board. 201 HL... S Rich Olson and John Plank during strenuous basketball practice. Jack Cooper pulls a line drive as Phil Bostrom watches in disgust. I TRAMURAL Active participation by the independents, dorms, fraternities, and the frosh men's clubs provided an exciting year for intramural sports. In football, vying among the sixteen teams, the Pi Chi and Kappa Sigma Sigma frats re- mained undefeated most of the season, but last game upsets insured a second straight title for the Kappa Sigs. Transfixed players watch ball during tense moment of the game Basketball found League A dominated by the Hawks and Kappa Sigs, while League B was ruled by the Boxers and Beaver Patrol. ln the final playoffs, the Kappa Sigs downed both League B leaders to clinch the title. Intramural track, baseball and volleyball ac- tion, held second semester, proved to be just as exciting. Ted Lang, Pi Chi, evades Dave Allen of Gamma Nu, as Dave Ascher looks on. Bill Wlllsle PVBPUVBS to STOP U 5Plk0f'S SDlke 202 ' , - G S 'th' Bill Bruns, Chuck Shackleton, Joe Cortez, Dave Mohs, Dave Curnow. ROW 2: Norm Towers, Stu Reeder, Tom Mann, S CI-Ui'-I-1 ROW 1' ln:-leJx1tscgToma?enkThls, Dave Allen, Dick Johnson. ROW 3: Som Kirk, Loren Stenberg, Jim McCracken, Jeff Owens, Dick Sciuers, Jeff Wilkins, D253 Mill:-psgglfy Dudder hill Sondstrom. ROW 4: Barry Martin, Dennis Casino, Lew Mossei, Jim Brondino, Jim Bethel, Gary Loper, Ed Hales. Under President Loren Stenberg, The "R" Club again sponsored a successful basketball tournament, this time a round-robin affair involving Pasadena, Chapman, Westmont, ancl The host Redlands. The Tournament ' C was dedicated To Dr. Sam Smith. The "R" Club during The remainder of The year was concerned mainly with The organization of sports banquets and Taking part in The intramural program. The Co-Rec Council was formed under The authorization of The Stu- dent Council because it was felt That there was a need for student body recreation on weekends. 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PY 3-2951 218 I- lv ' ' ' l . X V Adams, Mrs. Bess .... Applewhite, Dr. Joseph ........15 Armacost, Dr, George . . . . . 1 Austin, Dr. Don ..... Avre, Miss Barna Baccus, Dr, Joseph . .. Barich, Mr. George .. Bache, Miss Kaye .. Becker, Dr. Gilbert .. Beltz, Mr. Alex .. Bishop, Dr. Frank .... Blake, Dr. O. D. .... . Boese, Mr. Raymond . Bohrnstedt, Dr. Wayne Bromberger, Mr. F. S. Brown, Dr. Gilbert Burchill, Dr. George .. Cady, Dr. George Chaney, Mr. Roger .. Clark, Mrs. Margaret . Combs, Dr, Stanley . . . Corwin, Mr, Kenton .. Cragg, Dr. Nadine Cummings, Mr. Jack .. Dana, Dr. Stephen .. Davies, Mr. Ellis Deuel, Dr. Pauline .. Dittmar, Dr. Henry Dornbach, Mr. Vernon . Dowd, Mr. Edward Downing, Mr. C. E. .. Eadie, Dr. Douglas Ellis, Dr. Seth ...... . Fagerburg, Mr. Byrns . Fonseca, Dr. James . . . Fast, Mr. Fred ...... Fox, Mr. James ..... Freiberg, Dr. Stanley . .........15 ..12 23 81 .........15 ...15,118 ........15 ....180,186 ........15 ...15,1s9 ......15 .....16 ...,.16 ......16 ........16 ...16, 130 ......13 ........16 .........16 ....163, 176 ........16 ......16 ........14 ...16,112 ........14 ...16,12o ...16, 161 ......32 ...17,31 .17,11Z .....17, 130 130 ......17 ........14 118 ...17, ......14 ...14 Fuchs, Miss Louanne .. ........ .. Fulmer, Mr. Lee 17,17O, ..17 174 FACULTY Gaustad, Dr. Edwin .. Gleason, Dr. Paul .. Golz, Mr. John ...... Goodman, Dr. John .... Goodridge, Dr. Robert .. Greenway, Dr. Frank Groom, Dr. John ..... Gregory, Dr. Wilbur .. Gruber, Dr. Charles .... Henderson, Mrs. Glen Hendon, Mr. Larry ..... Hoffmann, Mrs. Gerhard .. Hone, Dr. Ralph ....... Howell, Dr. Charles ..... Hurlbut, Mr. Howard Hyde, Mr. Harvey .... Hynes, Dr. Gordon Jennings, Dr. Louise .. Jensen, Mr, John ..... Johnsen, Mr. Arthur . . Johnson, Mr. Albert Johnson, Mrs. Bertha Johnson, Dr. Jerome ....... .,..17, 112 ...17, 137 .......1a ....1a, 120 .......13 ......1e .H.28,31 ......19 ...19 ...19 ....13 ......19 ...19,112 ......19 ...123 .....191 ...19,130 ...19, 118 .. .... 13 ........19 ....19,86 ....19, 86 ............19 Jones, Mr. J. William .................. Jorgenson, Mr. James ...... Kirchner, Mr. Harold . . . . .. Klausner, Dr. William Knox, Mrs. Lois ...... Krantz, Dr. Reinhold .. Ledbetter, Mr. Carl . . . Lick, Mr. Dale ........ Lush, Mr. Ronald ...... Mairhofer, Dr. Hildegard . .. Maybury, Dr. Robert .... Mayer, Dr. Frederick Mertins, Mrs. Louis Miller, Miss Elizabeth Moburg, Mr, Leon ...... Montgomery, Dr. Victor Morlan, Dr, Robert ..... 20 20,121, 136,127 .......20, 137 ...13, 111,119 ......20,137 ......,20 ....207,137 .......20 ......14 .....2o ......2o ...21,119 ...21,112 ORGANIZATIONS A.C.S. ....... . .... 137 Administration .. ....... 12-14 A.G.O. ......... ......... 1 21 Alpha Gamma Nu .... ...141, 150151 Alpha Mu Gamma ... ........ . 118 Alpha Phi Gamma . .. ....... .118 Alpha Sigma Pi ... ...g142143 Alpha Theta Phi ... .. 144 145 Alpha Xi Omicron . . . ..,. 146, 147 Anderson Hall ..... . 133 A.S.U.R. Officers . . .. .108 110 A.W.S. Cabinet . .. .. .. 113 Baseball, Frosh . .. .. .. 196 Baseball, Varsity . . ..... 176 179 Basketball, Frosh . . . . . .194, 195 Basketball, Varsity . .. . . .170-175 Beta Beta Beta ..... .... 1 20 Bulldog, The ..... .. .122 123 C.C.U.N. ........ ...... 1 16 Chi Sigma Chi .... ...156 157 Christian Council . .. .. . . 130 Christian Science ...... .... 1 32 Christmas at Redlands .... 80-81 Concert Choir ....... . . . 128 Convocation Comm. . . . . . 130 Co-Rec Council ...... . . . 203 Cross Country, Frosh . .. . . . . 202 Cross Country, Varsity . . .......... 187 Delta Alpha ........... .......... 1 13 Deha Kappa Psi ..... 141, 148, 149 Dormboa rd ..... ........... - 1 33 Drama ...... . . .. .84, 85, 86 Feast of Lights .. ......... 82 Fisk University . . ........ 34 Football, Frosh ... . . .191 193 Football, Varsity . . .. .163-169 Frosh Men's Clubs ....... General Studies Film Crew Golf ................. Graduation ....... Head Residents ...... Homecoming 1962 .. Hong Kong Comm. .. Hong Kong Exchange House ot Reps. .... . Infirmary ......... Inter-Frat Council . .. Intramural Sports . .. I.V.C.F. .......... . Kappa Sigma Sigma .. KUR Staff ......... La Letra Staff .... La Rueda Council Len Ju . ........ . Librarians ....... Lutheran Students . .. Maintenance ..... Math Club ......... Mexico .... Model United Nations . .. Mortar Board ....... Music Conference . .. N.S.A. ........ '. . . . O.K. ............. . Omicron ,Delta Kappa .. Opera Workshop ...... Pan-Hellenic Council . . . Peace Corps Comm. .. Physics Club ....... Pi Chi ........... Pi Gamma Mu .. Pi Kappa Delta ....140 ....137 .....188 ...104-105 ......24 ...74-77 ....116 ...33 ....111 .....26 ....141 ........2o2 ..........131 ...99,152,153 ..........126 ....124-125 .....13a ....139 ...25 .......132 .........27 ..........137 ...32, 56, 62 ........116 ....112 ....136 ....114 ....139 ....112 ...e7 ....141 ....116 .....137 ...154-155 .....118 ...119 Moser, Mrs. Golda . Moulton, Dr. Eugene . Neel, Mr. Bill ...... Parker, Dr. William . .. Paulson, Mr. Keith .. Phillips, Dr. Lester Pierpoint, Mr. Charles Poston, Dr, David ....... Quinones, Mr. Jaime Redman, Mr. Jerry . Roberts ,Dr. Julian . . Robertson, Mr. John . Ruff, Mr. Edwin .... Runner, Mr. Ted ..... Savage, Mr. Jack .. Sanderson, Dr. Judson Schafer, Mrs, ....... Sharp, Miss Margaret Sherman, Mrs. Betty .. Smith, Mr. Bill ..... Smith, Dr. W. A. S. Smith, Marc Jack Spelman, Dr. Leslie .......... Standbridge, Mrs. Billi Stewart, Mr. Donald Stryker, Dr. William Tarkanian, Mr. Myron Taylor, Mr. Paul .... Tervet, Dr. lan ..... Thompson, Dr, Francis Torres, Mr. David Tritt, Dr. Edward .... Umbach, Dr. William Verdieck, Mr. James e Ruth J. .... . Vogel, Mr. Gustav .... Warburton, Dr. Fred Ward, Mr. Gray .... West, Dr. Robert .... Willey, Miss Emily Woods, Dr. Roger .... Yetman, Mr. Norman Pi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Presents Psi Chi ........... R-Club ........ Roger Williams . .. Salzburg, fall . . . Salzburg, spring .. Secretaries ...... S.E.P.C. .......... . Sigma Alpha Iota ...... Sigma Gamma Epsilon Soccer Sokti ............. Spurs .......... Swimming, Frosh .... Swimming, Varsity .. Tawasi ......... Tennis, Frosh Tennis, Varsity .. Theta Alpha Phi Track, Frosh .... . Track, Varsity . . . U.C.C.F. .......... . University Choir .... University Symphony Washington D.C. .... . Water Polo, Frosh . .. Water Polo, Varsity . . Wesley Fellawship . . . Writers Week ...... Yell Leaders, Frosh Yell Leaders, Varsity . Yeomen .... .. Young Democrats Young Life ....... Young Republicans .. ....14, .........134 .21,119,126 ........163 ..........21 ..........21 .21,116,118 ..........13 ..... .21 ....... .21 ...191, 196 ...21,137 .....,. .21 .....21, 123 .21,163,182 ....187, 200 .....,22,1s7 ....135, 140 .. .13, 112, 133 .,...... .22 ........ 199 ...22, 119 ....13,28 . ...... 22 . ..... 22 ...22 .........22 .........163 .22,163,176 ..........22 .,.......13 ..........22 .H.....22,136 112, 118 .22, 191, 184 .....23, 118 .....23, 137 ...23,137 .. .... .23 .. ...... 23 ...23, 137 ......23 ...121 ...99 ...119 .........203 .... .... .132 28-29, 56, 62 ......3o, 31 .'.1'.iialil ...182, ....160, ....114- .24 114 120 120 189 139 115 201 186 138 199 185 119 198 183 131 129 136 .34 197 181 132 .98 190 161 115 117 131 117 Abbott, Carol ...., Abdella, Douglas G. Abercrombie, Albert Acres, Stanley ,,.,. Adams, Beth ..., Adams, Carl Adams, Rich . . Alalot, Joyce A. . . Akina, Arthur .... Albert, Luz ....,., Albert, Michael J. . Albin, Anthony . .. Alexander, Joseph . Alexander, Suzanne Alison, Thomas W, . Alkazin, Steve Allaman, Emiliiane . Allen, Dave L, .... . Allen, Jim ,... Allen, Linda ..... Alpaugh, Patricia Amos, Jim ....,... , Anderson, Barbara . Anderson, Betty . .. Anderson, Fred ,.,. Anderson, Glen W, . Anderson, Mariorie . Anderson, Portia . . . Andrews, Norma .. Ashurst, Ard, Gary .,.... Armbrust, Earl . .. Arnett, Judy .,... Ascher, David Larry .,.. Atherton, Mariorie . Aufranc, Susan Auliff, Jim . .. .. Austin, Cynthia . . Baffrey, Norman . Bains, Harrison . . Baker, Carolee . . . Balch, Peter ...,.., Bamberger, Steve . Bancroft, Jerry . . . Bandy, George T. Banta, Dave ,..... . Baptie, Mary ,,,,. Ba rmore, Gary ,.... Barnes, Elizabeth . Barran, Bob ,.... Batchelor, Lynn .. Batten, Sandra . . . Baumgart, Sandy . . Beale, Stephanie . . Beattie, Geoffrey ., Beaver, Alice ..., Beck, Linda Beck, ,Phillip . ., Beck, Robert Beedy, Charles .. Beermann, Eileen .. Beery, Quinter Behn, Virginia . .. Behrens, Ron Beistle, Marcia .. Bell, Charles Bell, Michael .... Bell, T. Knox . ,... Belknap, Monica . .. Bender, Bill ..... Bender Bruce .... Bennett, Amelia . . . Bennett, Frank . . . Bennett, James . .. Bennett, John A. . Bennett, Kathy . . . Bennett, Robert . .. Bennett, Vickey . . Benson, Peggy A 51. ......121,127, 128, .......6B,14O, .....,84 ...67, 134, .....:1s, 61, ...,35,121, f 1 f f f .'f3e,l '141, ...,.3B, ...51, 150, .....,..53,121, .54, 111, 114, 126, .........61, 115, ,. ,.,,, ..38, 87, .. .....,..,... 38, ...55,12O,121, .,...,....62 ....39,119, .f'.1'f'.34, '51, ...sq 112,113, ....39, 155, 182, f.'.'.'32,'ls'1', B ,...87, .....s4, .,......39, . .,,.39,12O, .......39, .........39,135, 39, 112,, 113, 184, ....a9, 74, 75, .....,....59, ' ' ffffbi, ...127, .....67, .,....196, ...,62, 120, '. 1 1215, 166,' -128, ...,......63, ..,.68, ....s9, .','.'1114, ....66, .'. '. 136, '61, .......63, 131, ....66, 127, 1:12, ....,..,..c-19, Berch, James A, .. Berger, Normaiean . Berglund, Albert C, , Berry, Carol .,.,, Berry, Mary ...,. .68, ....130,132, 134, 120,'129,141,156, Bestrom, Philip ........,....,,,. Bethell, Jim ,... 30 Beverage, Gary .. , 39, 152, 180, '1'a'1', Beyne, Bruce ...,. ..... 1 27, Bias, Bonnie ..... ........... Bidlingmaier, Fred .. .39, 135, Biederman, Earl , .. .. .64, 126, Billions, Gale .,., ...,... . 58, Bishop, Bob . .. ,..,,...,. .39, Black, Brenda .... ..... 3 9, 119 128, Black, Sondra .... 63, 132, 137, Blackburn, Sally ,. ,......,,,.. .60 Blackburn, Sue . . ..,.,....,... 66, Blackstone, Betty .,.. 61, 115, 120, 129, Blackwell, Walt ,.,........... 66, 111, Blakely, Susan ..,..,.....,.,...,.,, Blankenship, Paula . .. .,... 58, Blough, Rich ....... .,..... , 65, Blount, Margaret .. ...,. 40, 129, Bobitch, Charles ,..,...... 67, 140, 191 Boeke, Susan .,.,..,.............., Boen, Jan .........,..,...,........ Boice, Steve ..,... 40,- 110, 111, 114, 8oll,LolaM..., ..,...., ...... . 1 146 .38 136 196 .60 129 86 139 150 129 .61 154 119 148 .65 154 .54 203 62 128 146 157 119 .67 129 121 129 122 129 11'9 157 148 183 127 146 .39 .66 142 118 150 142 137 123 .61 .67 152 144 185 .53 131 139 .39 14B 148 120 138 131 140 140 198 136 129 144 140 138 152 140 137 .39 189 140 119 155 140 140 139 140 131 132 140 148 189 129 148 .57 203 .61 128 144 152 140 142 155 132 138 ,144 111 130 140 121 142 140 142 193 .40 144 150 144 Bolles, Barbara . .....4o, 148 Bollinger, Bill . . ....... 28, 56 Bollinger, Tim . ,. ..... 68, 130, 140 Bonell, Debbie ,..,. ...... 6 3, 129, 132 Bontiglio, Jackie . . .....,...... 60, 115 Booth, Richard . .. .... 40, 111, 119, 150 Boren, Alan . .. ........... 58, 137 Basking, Linda . .,.. 40, 97, 149 Bourne, T. Lee . .. .... 68, 117, 203 Boyer, Clayton .. .........,... 40 Boyer, Tom .... ...61, 114, 152 Bramble, Rick .. ...28, 62, 157 Branch, Steve . . . ........... .140 Brandt, Rudy , . . .... 150, 160, 188 Brandy, Tom . .. ........... .191 Brankey, Barry . .. ...... 60, 180 Branson, Dean . .. ...40, 135, 137 Breazeale, Nancy ,.,........ 69 Briggs, Carol J. .. ......, .59 Brill, Ken ..... ..... . ..140 Brimer, Claire . .. ....... 40, 112 Brodie, Judy ... .... 40, 116, 118 Broiles, Patricia . .... 32, 56, 146 Brondino, Jim .. ...131, 155, 203 Brook, Tom ,.,. .,..40, 114, 125 Brooks, Anna . . . ....... 40, 148 Brooks, John . . . ....,.. . 140 Brooks, Lynne . .. .. .63, 139 Brown, Beth ,... ,. . .28, 62 Brown, Betty L, . .. ....... . . .53 Brown, Candy . , .........,. 85 Brown, Sam .. ..., 28, 29, 62 Brown, Susan . .. ,...... 65, 139 Brown, Tom R. . .. .,,.. 68, 191, 192 Brubaker, Dave .... ............. 6 6, 140 Bruce, Bonnie .......... 58, 117, 121, 129 Brueggemann, Anne' ...,.......,.. 67, 139 Bruns, Bill ..... ....... 1 12, 117, 118, 203,122,141,152,177 Bryant, Bill ...., 4, 165, 166, 168, 189 Bryant, Linda , . . ....,.,..,..... , .63 Buchanan, Nancy .............. 32, 56, 144 Buck, Marilyn ... . .... 55, 123, 125 Buck, Ron ..... .....,,.... 5 8, 188 Buehman, Coila . ...40, 129, 146, 203 Buller, Christine . ......,......... 60 Buller, Linda .... . ..... .... 2 B, 56 Bumstead, Linda .. .40, 141, 146 Bunch, Jim ...,. ....... 4 0, 155 Bunch, Rita .... ..... 4 0, 144 Bunill, Rich ... .......,... . 140 Burge, Jeanne .. ........... 40, 142 Burger, Barbara . .. .54, 60, 129, 144 Burke, Julia . .. ......,.... 60, 134 Burmahln, John . ...54, 111, 114, 116, 117, 125, 157 Burnett, Bill . .. ........... . 152 Burnett, Jeff .. .........., .61 Burrill, Rich .... ...68, 123, 140 Burton, Kathy . ....... 52, 148 Butler, Judy ..., ,........ ..... . 3 2 Buxton, Don , . . .............. . 129 Buxton, Ken .... ,... 6 8, 129, 140, 194 Byram, Janice . . ...... 53, 114, 129 Byram, Pat ,... ............ 1 39 Byrne, Gary .. ..... . . 28, 29, 56 Caesar, Terry .. .,....., 40 Calvert, Bob ..... . . .65, 140 Cameron, Donna . ....... 41 Cameron, Ronald ,. .41 , 118 Caminiti, Dave . .. .62, 170 Campbell, Shirley ..... 58, 142 Campbell, William ........... 62 Capps, Bill ..... ...28, 56, 157 Carmack, John .... ...,. 5 8, 135 Carmichael, Diane ,.... . . .65, 139 Carpenter, Randy .... 61, 119, 131 Carpet, Fred . . , ,... ..... 6 6, 140 Carson, Dick .. .... 54, 131, 186 Corter, Robin J. . .,.... ....... 6 9 Cartwright, Diana ..,...... 67, 139 Casino, Dennis , .. ,.,.,... ...... . .203 Cassetty, Don .. ...41, 129, 131, 135 Castaldi, Ron ,. ................ 57 Caudell, Pat ... ......,..... ,138 Caudle, Sylvia . . .. . ..... .32, 51 Cavender, Macy . ....,,.., 38, 41, 142 Chadsey, Betty .. .... 41, 119, 121, 128 Chadsey, Jean . . ..,.,.. 61, 117, 142 Chadwick, Sandy ...... ....... 2 B, 56, 144 Chaffee, Doug . . .....,... 61 , 117, 187 Chaffee, Joyce .. 41, 120, 121, 129, 142 Charles, Glen G. .....,...,.,.... .59 Chauvin, Tom ... .., .,.,, 61, 114, 150 Chew, Dennis , . ........... 41 Chisum, Perry .. ........... 41 Chong, Alvin . . .. .64, 128, 140 Chow, Conroy .. ...64, 128, 140 Chow, Steve . . . ...... 64, 140 Christian, Earl . .. .... 198, 200 Christians, Robert ...... 55, 135 Christie, Charles .. .58, 60, 119 Christopher, Diane . .,,. 55, 133, 148 Chryssopoulos, H. ...35, 41, 152 Clark, Bruce .... .....,.., 1 96 Clark, Carmelle . .. .41, 133 Clark, Charlene ... .,.61, 115 Clark, David . .. .. .54, 120 Clark, James A. . . .. .127, 129 Clark, Mike . .... ....... 1 55 Clatworthy, Nancy . . .... 67, 139 Clayton, Fred . .. . .... 41, 117 Cleaver, Dennis . .. .... . .55 Clock, Corin .... .. . ...... . .41, 144 Clough, Harriet ,. ,.... ............. . 69 Clymire, Bob . .. .... 41, 74, 109, 112, 150 Colgan, Fred ... ... ..... 63, 110, 140 C0llir1s, Joyce ... ... ,,,,,,, ,.... .65 Colorossi, Ed . . . ......,.... , 167 Colvin, Bruce . . . .,,.,.,.,..... . .69 Combs, Virginia ... ...120, 127, 129, 136 Comito, Sally .... ......... 4 1, 129, 144 Conrad, Carlta . .. .... 120, 127, 129, 136 Cook, Ken .... .............. . 41 Cook, Ross .... .. ..... 41, 118, 122 Coontz, Linda . . . .... 67, 132, 139, 203 Cooper, John .... ........... 1 40, 202 Cooper, Judith . . ........,... ,41 Corbin, Anita . .. .... 54, 125, 146 Cordell, Carol A. .. ,... 67, 128, 139 Cordell, Pat ,.... ......,,....... . 67 Corricello, Ken .. .,........... 54, 155 Cortez, Joe .... .. .l76, 178, 179, 203 Corum, Janie .... .................. 1 28 Corum, Nancy J, ....64, 113, 136, 138, 139 Couch, Charles . . ................. 196 Coughlin, Ann ... .... 63, 65, 139 Coursey, Don ... ...52, 152, 187 Courso, Steve .. ........ 155 Crane, Edward . . .. .191, 196 Crane, Pamela . . ....... 148 Cranford, Mary . . .......... 129 Craven, Nancy .,. ..... 60, 144, 161 Crawford, Alice . . ...... 58, 129, 131 Crawford, Mike . .. ...,......... . .41 Crist, Ron ........ .... 6 4, 129, 131, 140 Cristiani, Antonio ..,............. 35, 135 Culp, James ............ ........ 5 5, 157 Cummings, Blanche ........,........, .42 Curnow, David ..54, 122, 150, 180, 186, 203 Curry, Jeanne ............ 28, 29, 56, 144 Curry, Tim ................. 61, 117 Curtis, Clyde ., ........ ,.,.. . 57 Dahl, Steve . .. .... 68, 194, 199 Dalton, Kathy .. .,.. .......... 5 4, 131 Dalton, Wayne ................... 87, 129 Dalzell, Jun ....,... 42, 112, 118, 141, 149 Daniels, Hubert .................... .42 Dareton, Dick . . . ............. . .64 David, Eloise ...... ....,,.,,.,.,,. 1 46 Davidson, Robert . . .... 42, 118, 141, 150 Davidson, Sherry . . . .30, 60, 115, 148 Davies, Barbara . .. ......... 113, 133 Davis, Jo Ann .... ,..,,...,, ,,,, , 6 6 Davis, Kit ..... .... 6 4, 111, 126, 138 Davis, Lee . . .... ...... . 60, 142 Davis, Lottie . . . .,..,........ . 131 Davis, Marcia ., .... 42, 129, 137, 146 Davis, Ralph . .. ..,.......... . 131 Deberry, Bob .................,.... .59 DeCamp, Joseph .............. 68, 127, 199 DeLange, Dave ...... 62, 91, 117, 119, 123 DeMiriyn, Gary . . ........... 32, 51, 157 Demmon, John . . .. . ,....,.. . .. .42 Dennis, Robin .... .. .66, 127, 140 Denson, Gail .,,.. ..,.......... 4 2 Denson, Philinda ,. .. .42, 127, 137 DeRoos, Gus ..... ,......, 2 8, 56 Dewhurst, Don .. ..... 42, 155 Diaz, Lisa ....,. ..,............... 4 2 Dickason, Linda .,,...,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 5 3 Dickenson, William .............. 110, 160 Dickey, Dayton .. .65, 66, 140, 194, 195, 196 Dickey, Karen ............ 74, 75, 138, 139 Dickson, Bob . .. .,.......... 57, 182, 187 Diggs, Weldon . .. .,.. 114, 150, 180, 186 Dill, Donna .... .................... 1 44 Dold, Mary Ann ...... 30, 58, 122, 131, 142 Dolle, Arrah . . .... . ,,....... 42, 148 Dooling, Bob . .,. ........ ...,. . . 131 Dorsett, Charles . . . . .57, 157 Dart, Lynn ....... ,, ,140, 191 Doshier, Don . , . ........ .168 Doten, Charles .. ,.,,,,, ,,,,, 6 4 Douglass, Charles . ,. .... 118, 123, 124 Dowling, Shirley . . . ...... 30, 59 Drickey, Bob .... ...... 1 17, 129 Dryden, David .... ..... 4 2, 128, 150 Dudder, Gary ..,. .... 3 0, 152, 203 Dumbacher, Ellen .... 32, 62, 144 Dunlap, Charles . .. . .. ....... . .65, 140 Durley, Gail ......,.,.. .,.. 6 3, 129, 131 Eadie. Crystal . . . ........ . .87 Earl,Wendy ...129, 131,148 Earnhardt, Fred . . . ,,,,,,,, , 111 Ebersole, Walt ,. .... 59, 140 Eby, Amelia .... ,,,,,,, , 53 Edwards, Dick ,. .... 55, 152 Edwards, William . . ..... .54 Eqgert, Sandie . .. .,.. 42, 131 Ehret, Chris .... ....... 1 32' Eldred, Diane .. .... 55, 148 Ellerbroek, Barry ... ... .,..,.. ..42, 155 Elliott, Hester A. .......,........ 63, 129 Elliott, Joan ......... 60, 129, 115, 118, 125 Ellis, Janet ......,................... 125 Elsdon, Rev. Eugene ....,.........,... 131 Emmert, Fred ....... ......,........., 5 5 Engberg, Bob .... .... 1 70, 171, 173, 174 English, Lynn ..... ......., 5 B, 129, 127 Eninger, George .. ...,........,.. 42 Eninger, James . . Epperly, Jackie Eres, Thomas Erickson, Carol Erickson, Dennis Erickson, Rich .... Erne, William ... Ernst, Robert .. Eskey, Gary .... Esterman, Phil .. Estes, Ron ...,.. Everett, Carol Evans, Ed ..... . , ......05,0a ....64, 139 .......67 ....51, 142 n.....55 .....04,140 .H.42,155 .H.42,113 ..........64 30 .,.32, 56, .........176 Evans, Karyl . .. ... .... 66, 138, 127 Fagin, Robert ..-- ------59 Falzone, Charles ... ...61. 155. 189 Forney, Shari . .. ...----.-.--- -129 Farquhar, Susi ..... ..........., 6 2. 144 Ferrell, Judy Ann ...60, 129, 120, 127 Fideria Al honse ............... 189. 35 . P - Fightmaster, Susan ........,. 114 135 15 Fisher, Dick .... 57, , , Fisher, James ........,,.,........ .......,.146 2,170,173 129,87 Fisher, Linda .............. 28, 56. 144. 29 Fitzgerrell, Scott ...,,..., 66. 126 Fleming, Bob Flowers, Richard .. Floyd, Chester Foerster, Rev. J. . Foester, Doug ..., Ford, Sharon .. Forward, Rich .... Fost, lnesa .... . Fost, Frederic . . . Foster, Don .... Foster, Patricia . .. Foum, Fatma Ali . Fowler, Sue . .. Fox, Galen .. Frank, John . .. Franklin, Joyce .. Frantz, Mariorie . . . Franz, Nancy ..... Frisbee, Belmont .. Froseth, Dan ,... Fry, William G. .. Fulton, Bill .,.. Fulton, Chuck .. Gale, Larry .,.. Gallen, Ross ..... Gammell, Christy . Gammon, Kathy .. Gardiner, Jo Ann .... Garrison, Marilynn . . . Garrison, Sharon . . Gates, Lyle .... Gates,- Pamela . . Gates, Roger . ., Geary, Lynn . . . Gentry, Wm, . . . . George, David . .. George, Duane .. , ,,,,,,, .... 4 2 . .,....... 52,121, 127 , ..............,... 132 ...69,117,1I9,140, 90 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 43, 142 ..61,I14,155,179,176 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....130 ..,,..130 ,...,.58,129 ...........139 ....35, 118, 146 .. ...3o, 53, 148 ....62, 23, 150 .. ........ ...61 .,..43 130 131 ...69,l34,139 ....32,62,30 ....54,137 .........43 ....68,14O U..68,127 ....5a, 127 137 ............12O .........57. . ,..60,129, 113, 144 91 134 ....05, 138, 190 ......115,148 U.....53,I46 ....63, 139, 127 ...........201 .. .69, 134 .59,60,126 ....129,144,101 ...,,..,.137 ....59,1s9 George, Gary , .. .... 114, 182 George, Pamela . . . ...... 141, 143 Giberson, Carol .... .... 6 0, 144, 155 Giberson, Jon A. ... ........- --131 Giffen, Margaret . . . ........ . .53 Gilbert, Rod .... ...... 5 5 Gill, Judy .... . .,..... ,63 cnt Mkhad .. .. ..... 64 140 Gilliam, Jim ...... ..., 6 7, 197, 201 Gilliland, Mack . ., ........... .62 Ginn, Laurie .... .... 5 9, 131 30 Glaser, Judith . . ....... 43, 119 Glass, Gordon . .. ....., 57, 152, 170 Glenn, Deanne ... ........... ,115, 123 Glenn, Richard .... 66, 132, 140, 136 Godden, Janet . .. ....... 58, 128,, 136 Goldie, Chuck . . . ...,......... . .68 Gollong, Michael .. ....,....... 68 Goodwin, Steuart . .. ....., 54, 121, 127 Gordon, Jim . .. ..,......... 53, 85 Gordon, Kim ,..... ..,. ,......,..... 1 8 6 Goyene, Rkhard ... .... 64, 129, 200, 193 Graham, David .. ....... 61, 129, 130 Graham, Glenn .. ...,... 42, 121, 150 Grant, Dixie .... 53, 129, 4 Gray, June . ..... ...... . Greene, William ... ..... Greene, Wendy ..,. . . . Greenwood, Judson . . ..... . . Gregorio, Paul ..., . . .111, Gregory, Lois . .. .... .. 126 131,12 .....128, 30 ......62, 32 .....6, .43, , 0 3 19 ......55, 58 ,140,19.0 112 113 Gregory, Paul . .. Griffen, Peggy Grimm, Julie Ann Gruber, Norman . Gruner, William .. Guerra, Viola Gundlach, Judy . Gustafson, Paul .. Guthrie, Jim Habener, Steve .... Hageman. Janet .. Hagen, Marilyn Hales, Edwin .,,. Haley, George ..... Halliwell, Robert . Hamilton, Katherine Hamilton, Stephen . Hamlin, Edyth .... Hammond, Karen . . Hanback, Dicki .. Hancock, Carol . .. Hanner, Diane Hansen, Charles .. Harris, Kay ..,.. 05 Harris, Margaret .. Harrison, Earl ... . Harrison, Lawrence Harrison, Russell .. Harshbarger, Karen Hart, William ..... Harvey, Brian . .. Harvey, Scott. Hassell, Olive . . Hatlen, Merrill .. Hauser, Alan .. Havir, Paul Hawkins, lra Hawkins, James .. Hawkins, Murray ... Haworth, Mike . .. Haynes, Marion . . Hays, Louis ....... Heacock, Sue Lynn Healy, 'Barbara .... Hebbard, Brian .. Heffern, Patricia .. Held, William .... Hemphill, Janice D. Hendrick, William . .. Herbert, Howard . Herman, William . . Herrell, John .... Heryer, James . .. Heydon, Diane .. Heydon, Linda . .. Heyenga, Dean , . . Higgs, Craig .,.. Hill, Mary Lou .. Hill, Melinda ... Hines, Cathy .. Hines, Susan . .. Hinson, Jackie Hintz, John ..... Hixon, Hugh ...,... Hoa land Melody 9 . Hack, Ruth ........ Hodson, Barbara . Hoeger, Kristin .. Hoffman, Cindy .. Hogan, James . .. Hogland, Diana .. Hoke, Martha . . . . . . Hoke, Mary .... . . . Holden, Shirley . . Hollingshead, Norm Hollister, Hal , , . Holloway, Judy .. Holloway, Rich , .. Hollowell, Bob . . Hollowell, Walt . . . Holmes, Anita . .. Holt, Harvey .... Holt, Michael ..... Hoover, Thomas B. Horak, Larry ..... Horning, Gloria . . Horrocks, Karen .. Horvath, Patricia . .. Hotta, Emiko ..... Hottenstein, Mary Hourani, Ben Howell, Anne ..... Housewright, Richard Hoxsie, Jack ..... Hoyt, Bill ........ Hughes, David Hull, Joe ...... Hull, Stephen ..... Hungerford, Frank Hunt, Vicki ..... . . Hunter, David .... Hunter, Karyn .. Hustwick, John . .. . ...04, 67, 140 ........... 116 ....0L 115,133 ....04, 140, 197 .....,.H...65,140 ,,..,........... .69 ....30, 00, 113, 115 .......U...64,14O ... ...... .. .00 ....43, 113, 137, 152 . .,.... 67,119,138 ..,..43, 133, 140 ...43,168,203,188 .,........... .55 . ............. 176 ........04, 129, 139 ......67,14O,191,199 .............64,139 62,115,119,120,127 ....H....n.05,129 ..,..........05 ....53, 129, 142 U..66,119,140 ....43,109,142 .....04, 139 ........141 .. .... 43, 113 ... .....,.. .155 , ................ 139 ...164, 168, 155, 170 ......:......,..04 ........,.126, 190 ....67,113,134,138 .....,....64, 140 ........ 61, 150 ............43 ..,....129, 136 U.117,130,476 ............32 ....U.66,140 ....60,113,134 1fI07,129 ..54 142 ,,..59,129,1l5,144 ............,43,150 ..34,I48,51,66,139 H.121,151,136,127 .... ....... .43, sa . ... ......43 .............00 ....00, 125, 120 ........,,.149 .,..65,129,139 ..,....55,110 .,..69,140,191 ..,.05, 138, 190 ...........140 . .32, 50, 144 .....43,118 .....32, 62 N.119,151 ........55, 137 ...........2a, 50 ...61,I20,l33,136 ..........69, 139 ............,..146 ....55,129,30,148 .....U...64,65,140 ....N.,..H.54,146 .138,67,129,133,134 ...U........43,146 ........,....52, 142 52,110,112,141,151 ............... 194 .....H.67,129,132 ....63,68,19I .....57, 131 ...126,157 ..... 116 H..65,140 ........... 120 ............. 180 .......44, 55, 189 ...60,115,144,161 ........,..... .67 .H.53,129,123,133 141, 146 ... .. 67, 133, 134 .........,67, 139 .....,.........154 .....55, 111, 113, 133 .. ...,,., ... .03 , .........,., 61 .,......,...184 ... 55, 111, 128 .......0s, 188 ...,.... .02 ...,53, 151 ,....04, 30 ....44,131 .....,146 ...137,1e2 Idler, Daryl ..... Ingraham, Don , .. I .. ....... 64, ....65, 117, 127 140 Isaac, Jeff ..... ..... 6 5. 140. 201 Iverson, Jack .. .... 59. 130. 132 Iwata, Yutaka . . . ...-------- -137 Jackson Bill .... ..... 4 4. 129 Jackson, Patricia ....... 58, 146 James, Michael .. .... 58, 126, 157 James, William B. ......... 119 Janks, Dorothy . .. ...., 66, 190 Jarmin, Margie . . ....... 44, 119 Jarrell, Virginia .. .... 44, 123, 144 Jeffers, Judy ..........,... 44, 148 Jenkins, Janet ....................... 132 Jenkins, Thomas .... 203, 114, 180, 181, 152 Johns, Thomas .... ..........,.... 5 5, 157 Johnson, Barbara ...... 118, 124, 125, 148 Johnson, Dale . .. ........ 65, 137, 140 Johnson ,David .... ............ 1 52 Johnson, Desiree .. .............. 63 Johnson, Dick .... ....... 4 4, 180, 203 Johnson, Hank . .. .... 28, 56, 179, 176 Johnson, Lee .... .......... 6 2, 117 Johnson, Nina ...... .....,.......... 4 4 Johnson, Robert H. . .. .53, 122, 139, 141 Johnson, Robert J. .,.................. 59 Johnson Robbie ..........,........... 154 Johnson, Sue I. .... 139, 58, 122, 134, 141 Johnson, Susan B. .......,.... 67, 134, 84 Johnson, Susan C. ..... 44, 142 Johnson, Walt .... ..... 6 4, 198 Johnson, Wendell ....... 66, 140 Johnston, Marilyn . . ,. .44, 128, 148 Jolley, Judy ...... .............. 6 3 Jones, Janet ...... .................. 5 5 Jones, Robert A. . .. .... 57, 114, 152, 170 Jones, Ron ..... .... 3 8, 44, 129, 130, 135, 152, 203 Jones, Susan ....., ............. 1 42 Jongsma, Andrew .,................ 128 Jordon Erick ...... - .,................ 60 JosL Shih ,......... 33, 44, 110, 141, 142 Joy, KathNyn . .. ....... 44, 12, 122, 144 Jumper, Karen . . . ................. .146 Kahawai, Francis ...... .... 4 4, 154 Kalvesmaki, Kenyon . ..... 59, 188 Kaul, Peter ......... .......---- 3 5 Kawatha, Roderick . ....,.. . ..... 52 Keebler, Joe ...... .... 5 2, 187, 152 Keeton, Karen . .. .....-.- 23, 56 Keever, Gary .. ............... 44 KeHey, PGQQY --. ............ 32, 51 Kelly, Patricia .... ...53, 129, 114, 133 Kelly, Patricia Ann . ...... 60, 113, 115 Kennedy, Craig . ..... 66, 129, 140 Kerber, Greg .... .......---. 5 9. 134 Kern, Phyllis .... ...54, 113, 133, 203 Kerr, Christine . . . .............. . -66 Ketchum, Mary .. ........------ 143 Kiely, Michael . . . ..........--.. 69. 129 Kimble, Donald , . .......... 44, 136, 127 Kimball, Bill .... 64, 121, 128, 140, 199 King, Danny .......... 44, 141, 152 King, Jennifer ... .......... 28, 62, 145 King, Penny .... .......... 4 4, 142 King, Wm. F. .. .......---- 52. 157 Kintz, Richard ., .... 69, 140, 197, 201 Kirk, Samuel .. ...... 69, 203, 182 Kirk, Shari ..... ......... 1 31, 139 Kiorvestad, Jim . .......... 129 Kneeland, Lillian . ..,. 63, 129, 139 Kneeland,. Ruth .... ,...... . . .129 Knowlton, David . ........... 61, 170 Knudsen, Mark . . .............. 45. 120 Kobayashi, Melody .,.... 45, 66, 131, 148 Konigsmark, Craig .. ................ 58 Koons, Mary ....... ...53, 60, 111, 134 Kottneier, Dennis .. ........,.,.. 65, 140 Kreyssler, John .. ........-.---. 45. 157 Kroenung, Nancy .,.... 53, 60, 62, 134, 142 Kroening, Trudy . . Kubota, Shinii . . Kudo, Mrs, ,... . Kuller, Richard . . . Kunzel, Gernot .... Kutscher, Terry L. .... . Lacey, Lowel ...... LaFave, Mike .... 57 Laing, John ...... Lamb, Janet ...... Lamb, Ron ...... Lampiasi, Coralie . .. Lance, Gerald Lang, Julie ,... Lang, Ted R. Lange, Kathy . .. ......137, 30 ................33 N...82 .H..61 .......35 ...00,e0 ...H.....68.121,l28 , 59,114g129,135,151 ..........05, 140, 197 ....,.74, 75, 110, 145 ........05, 00, 191 ....61,113,115,12Q 124,125,129 ..........152 ....H...64,129 ....45,154,202 119 Place, Richard Lank, Sandra .,..,, Lankard, Margaret . .. Larkey, Susan ..,,, Larsen, Gary .. Larson, Bill Larson, Sharon Larson, Toby .... Lathrop, Martha .. LaVoire, Pat ,..,. Layne, Dennis .. Learned, Jim . .. Ledger, Lois Lee, Fred ,..... Lehman, Claudia . .. Lehotsky, Ralph Leichtfuss, Dave Lennox, Anne .,.,......,,.,..... Lentz-Di Bari, Kristin Leung, Kang Ming .... Leung, Ming Sui ,,.. . . Levy, Robert ..... Lewellen, Donna . . . Lewis, Carolyn . .. Lewis, Susan . ,. Lillie, John ...... .. . Lincoln, Steve .,.,,,,, Lindendoll, John ,...,.... ,,.., 6 8, , Lindsey, Emmy Lou Lindsey, George .,,.. Lindshield, Dennis Linton, Darlene ..... Linton, Robin .,,, Lion, Roger ...... Littleiohn, Steve . .. Livingston, Susan .. Lloyd, John ..,.. Lockard, Craig ,,... Lockner, Russell Logue, Sandra .. Long, Richard Loper, Gary . ,, Lord, Rebecca ,. Lord, Bill .,.,.. Loy, Torn ....,.. Lugenbehl, Boyd Lukasik, Ron .... Lundstrom, Karen .. Lynch, Gilbert .. Lynn, Beverly .. Lyons, Martin ... ... ....61,133,143 ...127, 129, 147 ...60, 115, 143 .. ... . 28, 56 ........,.,. 165 ...... ..,..,, 148 .. 30, 53, 135, 154 ............ .55 .....,,.28,56,145 .,.....,...... 127 ...45,129,130,131 ., ..,,,,,.,.,, .62 ...,...,..66, 139 ...,.....,.... ,54 ............., .45 ..63, 140, 197, 201 .69,133 .............. .63 33, 35, 54, 116, 137 ..,H..,....35,54 ..n..,52,117,122 ...,,...... .45 ....60, 129, 115 .. ...32, 56, 143 .H.,..,.H.67,140 .. ..,..,,. 191, 192 116 126 .., ,..,.,, 53, 148 .,.,.....140 ...,.........4s ......,129,145,161 ..,6O,l29,145,16l ...H...,,53,157 ............119 ..........145 ....N.67,119,14O ................33 ..45, 152, 180, 181 ..,.,...,..64, 139 ...,,.114, 121, 127 ,. 55, 203, 175, 170 .....H.....63,139 ...,....,.,61, 151 U..........U...120 M..64,127,129,136 ......,.,..65, 194 ... 63, 124, 125 .......59, 176 ,.,..,...147 . ....., 5 9 M McAllister, Donna ,.......,,......,.., McAuliff, James . .. ..........,. , . . . McCammon, Bob , .. .. .30, 124, 180, McCauley, Mike , . . ........, .68, McCracken, Jim . . ...189, 203, 183, McCray, Skelton . . . ...,..,.. . . . . McDowell, Bruce , . . McDowell, Steve . . . McElvany, Jim . ,. McEIvany, Mary . . . Mclntosh, Janice . . . Mclntyre, Charles .. McKee, Susan . . , McKenzie, Bonnie .. McKenzie Paige . . 45','119,' ......45, ' Qf165,"1'1'7',i .69, 1 McKinnon, Connie .,,,......,.,,..,,.. McLaughlin, Bob .,.... 6l,85,129,15Z McLaughlin, Doug ,...,,....,, 54, 118, McMillan, Tom .... McNa Kath . . Y, Y - McNutt, Gayle . .. ...,.,,. .69, McRae, Serend .,.......,,..,,.,. , .,... 53, 116 111 MacDonald, Eric .,.. 66, 116, 117, 126, MacDonald, Kathie ......,......... 30, MacKenzie, Bonnie ....,...,,.,.,,. 57, Macon, Mike ...., ..., 45, 140 Macy, Carleton ,,.. .,.. 6 8, 127, Maddux, Carole . . ,,,,,,., , , Madson, Mike ,...... ..,.,.... Magnuson, Maridel . .. . .. .64, Makinson, John ... ...... Malone, Paul .,...,. ., .,.,.. 32, Manchester, Steve . , . .......,. . . . . Maniccia, Shirley ,. ....... 28, 56, Mann, Thomas ..,. Manning, Marcia . .. Maple, Chris ..,., Marcinko, Sylvia Marcum, Bert .... Margolies, Pete . . . Marshall, Dan ..... ....30,45,11l ....U...12l ...U...6L ..,65,131, ..H...4i .,..H...19L H..,.,N.127, Marshall, Melinda ...... 45, 128, 141, Marshall, Wayne .. Martin, Barry ,... Martin, Bill ...., Martin, Joyce ,. Martin, Marilyn .. Martinez, Barney . . . ifl45,"1'52','130.' ....U.46,13L . ..,. 46, 120 32, Martinez, Jim .... .... 4 6, Masamba, Jean . . . . . .. Massall, Kristen ........,.....,....,.. Massei, Louis ..,,.,...,....,..,, ., Masuda, Ken .... 46, 116, 118, 129, 135, Mather, Peter ...,...,,....... 59, 127, Mathlin, Carol .............,.,.. 55, Motsuishi, Eddie ..... ., .30, 46, Matthew, Sandra . ..,. ..,..., . , Matthews, Constantione . . ,..., . . Matson, Jim ...,...., ...61, 145 140 181 140 182 128 .64 152 151 .45 132 140 129 122 ,59 132 197 157 118 129 131 132 140 148 62 154 140 138 131 139 .59 62 .55 145 203 145 151 132 152 196 136 144 .55 203 177 129 .62 56 152 118 129 203 157 131 119 152 139 .66 137 Mauro, Andrew . . Maybee, Barbara . Meadway, Pam .. Meeks, Mary , .. Meens, Larry . .. Mehl, John ,, Meister, Karen . Melia, Mike ..... Menges, Mary ..54 Merrell, Sue ..... Metzger, Susanne Meyers, Dave ..., Meyer, Bob ,...., Milberg, Barbara . Milburn, Caryl ,... Millen, Bob . ,. Miller, Dave . .. Miller, Harry . .. Miller, Mike .., Miller, Renie , .. Miller, Tam ...,. Milleron, Norm .. Missall, Kristen .. Mitchell, J. L. . . Mitchell, Sharon Mittag, Dale ,..,. Mizufune, Lynne . . Moates, Roger .... Mohn, Marilyn .. Mohs, Dave .... Moore, Hank . .. Moore, John . . . Moore, Mary . .. Moore, Michael . . . More, Susan Morgan, Bob ..,. Morgen, Diane .. Moore, Gary . .. Moore, Judy . .. Moore, Patt Morioka, Agnes . . . Morris, Sharon . ., Morrison, Claire .. Morrison, Sherryl Mark, Linda ..... Morkre, Leroy ., Morriss, Rich . .. Morton, Philip .... Moulton, Jeanne . Mullen, Bob ..,. Munnecke, Carol . . Murphy, Susan . Mussey, Jack . .. Myers, Bryant . .. . . Nagy, Clint Nalley, Pat ..... Nance, Don ..... Natelborg, Barbara Naylor, Norm . .. Nelson, Chris . .. Nelson, Joan . ., Nelson, Larry ...,., Nelson, Virgil , .. Nevarez, Leni Newcomer, Joel . Newrnyer, George Newton, Joyce .. Newton, Judy , . . Newton, Richard Nice, Mike ...... Nichols, Kathy .. Nichols, Ron ., Nielsen, Inger . .. Nikkel, Bill ..... Nishimoto, Takeo , Nitta, Tosh ,... ,.,. Nixon, Larry . . . Nolfi, Geri ..... Norene, Norvell, Sue .... Corenna . Norwood, Tom .. O'Brien, Mike .. Odowick, Nick . . . Olbert, Connie . . Oliphant, Gene .. Oliver, Jean . . . Oliver, John . . . Olney, Rich . . . Olson, Gloria .. Olson, Judy . . . Olson, Rich . , Ott, Barbara . , . Ott, Marvin ....139, 181 ................131 .H......U...69,129 ,,61,l11,119,124,125 ...H ,.. 58,111,132 ...... ..... .121, 127 .. 30, 59, 74, 75, 145 ..................167 11O,114,116,l28,133 ..... . . ...,... 148 ..,....,......46, 147 ....H...28,56,182 .,..H,...U....H.46 .53,67,119,129,143 4......,...,......l39 ............67, 140 ......203,17O ....59,1l7,140 .....66, 140, 194 .,.......32, 148 51 ....61,129,l30,l32 ..,,..,....53, 126 ... ...., 67, 138 .........140 ....,...64, 138 ....52, 203, 182 ....59,115,145 H....,..66,19B ... 53, 129, 143 ......203, 170 U.....111,15l ....59,152,176 ... .. 46, 132 .........127 .,....54, 132 ...H...52,157 ,... ...,.28, 143, 51 ...,... ,...,,.3O, 157 ..30,60,115,l33,l34 ......,..... ....157 ..........82 ..........l47 .....,..67,138 ... 28, 56, 148 ,,..,...........145 , ........ 30, 119, 152 ..57,111,151,184,185 .....,....,...,6B,140 ..,..,.,69, 129, 139 ,...,..61, 151 ....,..63,67 .............34 ,... ....46,151,188 ..... .......63,194 ...., .. 58, 154 ..... 148 . .......,..... 152 .. ......,...., 46,143 N..38,46,111,130 ......U.......6L 131 ... ...58, 34, 119, 128 132, 191, 192, 193, 199 .53,116,131,135,137 .....,.........,,..32 ... ... .... ..,...68 .. .,........ 175, 170 ,,..46,120,128,136 ...............128 .....68, 140, 201 ......63,117,140 ... .......62, 137, 146 .. ...46, 116, 124, 125 .35,111,129,145,133 n...61,123,156,127 .69,140,187,198,2OO ,..H....,65,l28,140 ..,,,...,...,.59, 151 ...... .,,32, 62, 145 .U.53,129,118,143 .....H.67,138,3O ....... .......,..46 ..,.,............ 199 ...60,l19,l64,166 .,.,....,.... .69 ...... ..,....53, 156 ...U..,46,74,75,l45 ..3o,55,123,124,153 ..,..........64, 126 ..... 53, 129, 147 ...,..............67 ....,66,'140, 194, 202 .....H...63,130,132 .46,112,113,116j113 ...,.,........... .46 .,...............,131 ...46,125,203,182,183 ... .. 57, 61, 110 .............143 ...65, 68, 191, as ....-...54,116 ......15l, 186 Owens, Clint .. Owens, Irene . ., Owens, Jeff . . . Page, Jim ,... Parcher, Janice .. Parha , Jackson Parker, Bill ..,.. Parker, Bruce .. Parker, Richard , ., Parliament, Steve ,. Parshall, Peter . Payne, Margaret . Peabody, Woody . Pearce, Jan ..... Pearce, Jean ..... Peckham, Janet ,.., Pedersen, Pete Percy, Greg ...... Perry, Marcia Ann Perry, Sandra .... Plessan, Roger . .. Peters, Ann .... Peters, Pamela . .. Petersen, Lois . . . Peterson, Kristin .. Peterson, Pete Pettebone, Joanne Pfeiffer, Karen .... Phelps, Mary .... Philips, Carol ,... Phillips, Karl .... Phillips, Patricia .. Pickett, Sandra . .. Pierce, Christy Pierce, Janet . .. Pierce, Steve . . . Pine, William Pinto, Sebastian . Pinyoun, Harv Ploisted, Harold .. Plank, John .... Pletcher, John Potier, Mariorie .. Powell, Roy Presley, Cliff ...., Preston, Evelyn .... Prince, John ...... Proctor, Marlan ..., Provost, Carol .. Puckett, John .... Pulliam, Barry Purves, William ,. Putnam, Janet . .61 Quiggle, Gary . ,. Railsbock, Ed , . . Raitt, John ...... Randall, Alice ..... Randall, Doris Ranker, Gary .... Ranney, Patricia .. Reed, Jim ...... Reed, Wendy .,... Reeder, Norman Reeder, Stuart .... Reeves, Nancy . .. Reinert, Gary .... Replogle, Roxann . Rhue, Thom . ,.... Rice, Carol ...., Richards, Karen .. Richardson, Carol . Richardson, David . Rickard, Jeffrey .. Riddle, Gene .,.... Riggins, Margaret . Rilling, Hans Ringwald, Richard . Ritchie, George . .. Robb, Nancy . ., Robben, Don .,., Robbins, Charles . .. Roberts, Ken ..... Robinson, Carl ..... Robinson, James E. Robinson, James L. Robinson, Linda ., Robison, Ted .... Rock, Shirley . Romig, Rand .... Roscoe, Donna . . Rose, Betty . .. Rose, Carol . .. Rosenlof, Ann ..,. Roskorn, Renee . .. Ressequie, James . Rothhaar, Tom . . . Rowe, Stanford .. Rowland, Don Royer, Kay .... Royer, Margaret . . Ruehr, Bill ..,. Ruffo, Robin . .. Rugg, Jeanne . . , Rumph, Jim Russell, Jack Russell, Jim .. Ryan, Darrell . .. Rydeen, Bill U,.61,124,125,126 H.66,111,11B,9l ..........57, 153 ....64, 126, 139 ....53, 129, 130 .H.......N..,63,84 ...,,,,, ,,........145 110,114,118,123,143 ,... ....,..63, 140, 200 ......,...........19l ....6o, 129, 115, 145 ....,,H..,67,139 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,..69 ....47,116,133,148 M..53,129,118,132 H.....65,138,139 ......36,37 ...... 155 . ....,... 134 ....6O, 125 ,...69,128 H.,,....H. .54,129 ..... .......47, 37, 153 .53,lll,129,l33,143 .U..,.,.,47,129,131 ... ......... 47, 148 H.....129 ...131,151 ...... ..........60 ......,......,... 189 .57, 23, 93, 153, 161 169,170 ...........B5, 184 ....U.,..U.47,119 U..66,195,194,2O2 .....U.....62,187 ... ..... 47,119 ..................153 .....l.......136,151 .,................119 61, 121, 151, 136, 127 .....U....,.,54,151 U.....6O,143 ........67,14O ..,. .....59, 153, 182 , ,.........,.,..... 59 129,113,115,125,133 ... ...,47 ....,.55,128,136,127 ........,..........82 .61,129,131,133,143 .........,.........145 ... .... 118,122,151 ....,........60 ...........58 ................53 ............67, 140 ,,.153,203,178,176 ....54, 111, 133, 143 157,30 H..,H,28,56 H...63,67,l40 , .,..,.,,. 67,139 . . 129, 139, 143 . ,........,.,.,. 67 ....55,1l1,132,135 ..,.......129,121 .......H..59,60 ... ..,.. 67, 134 .........,.....137 ....53,1e9,157,132 .....,...,.,...121 H...53,J17,139 ... 168, 169, 198 ....,........47 ......,.,.12O . ...... 114,122 . .,...... 53,137 H ...13o,132,137 ...,.......55 ,..... 67, 140 .H.127,129,3O ...,.......6O ...32,56,145 ...,,,.,..54 ........47 , ......... 47 ,...H.131,148 ...J17,14O,65 .., ..... 157,187 ...,52, 121, 127 ...141, 47, 155 .....U...47,143 H....,67,123,139 .,..54,135,151,16O ..., ,......64, 139 ....53,129,120,121 . ,..28, 56, 29, 160 ,.......47, 137 ,..57, 114, 153 ....,..57,153 .. 65, 198 S Sakamoto, Kathy . . . . .67, 138 Salsa, Linda .,.. .. .63, 139 Saltgaver, Ron . , . .... . .60 Sandoval, Benny .......... 47, 137 Sandstrom, Wm. .. .......... .47, 203 Sauers, Richard . . ...152, 203, 178, 177 Saunders, Anne .. .. .66, 116, 123, 139 Saurenman, Steve .. ........,.... 59, 60 Sawyer, Dave . . . ......,. . .28, 56 Sayler, Jo Ann .... ........ . ..... 1 41 Scarantino, Marty . .. ..,. 28, 29 145, 51 Schaeffer, Donna .. .,...... .63, 136 Schafer, Mike .... .. . . .... .55 Schaff, Beverly . . . . .47, 148 Schipke, Dennis ... .... 154 Schipper, Judy .. .. .. .. 145 Schmahl, Dave ... ...... .... .53 Schmelzer, Ed ..... ........ , 47, 128 Schoellerman, Jim ... . . .55, 47, 187, 156 Schoen, Bill ,..... ,.... 6 9, 140, 199 Schon, Sue ....,... ..... 6 4, 134, 139 Schoning, Jim ,............... ,... . 59 Schoonmaker, Merrill ....,. 53, 128, 130, 132 Schovvalter, Carol .... ...,. 4 8, 129, 133 Schreiber, Rick . . . . .... 57, 114, 153 Schriner, Chris . .. ... .. ., .62 Schriner, Roger ... .. .119, 132 Schroeder, Jim , ,, ,,,,,,, , , , , .57 Schultz, Larry ..... .,..,..... 1 17, 131 Schwitzgebel, Bette ...... 48, 110, 112, 113, 119, 143 Scott, Toby . . .... , . . .31 60 Scott, Tom .... . , . 119, 122, 201 Scriven, Roger . . .... .58, 182 Searle, Daniel .. . .. . . .. .58 Sease, Greg .,.. . . . 154 Seifert, Carolyn .. .... .67 Seitel, Steve . .. , . . ,. .60 Seiter, John . . . ........ .48, 153 Sell, David ..... .........,. 6 5, 127 Semrau, Jean ..... .... 5 3, 113, 118, 133 Schackleton, Chuck ...,.. 48, 180, 153, 203 Shaffer, David ...., .... 6 4, 136, 199, 127 Shawkey, Ann . . . ....... 66, 116, 138 Sheldon, Claire . .. , ......... ,28, 56 Shelley, Phyllis .... . . . .60, 145 Sherman, LaForest . .. ... 128, 135 Shields, Vern ,,,,,, ,,.,...., . .28, 56 Shigley, Belinda . .. ........ 67, 138, 190 Shikles, David ... .... 48, 118, 135, 151 Shikles, James . .. .............. . .67 Shikles, Susan . .. ,.... 58, 128, 148 Shockley, Judy . . . .......,. .48- Shuey, Philip ... ... .59, 157 Shutz, Kitty . ............ 145 Sims, Allen ..,...... 1 ..... 57 Singleton, Terry . . ,. .67, 140, 191, 192 Sioberg, Gary .,... .............. 4 8 Sioberg, Sandra .. .... 49 Skirvin, Mike .... ..... 5 8 Skow, Richard ... ........ ... .... .48 Slaton, James .. ................ 54, 154 Slawson, Don ...... 176, 58, 154, 177, 179 Smith, Anita . . . .... , ....,..... . 63, 132 Smith Audrey .. ................... 48 Smith, Bonita .............,...... 58, 128 Smith, Coraiean .... 85, 53, 118, 128, 132 Smith, Gary ...... 173, 174, 153, 203, 170 Smith, James .................. ,48, 141 Smith, Jay ,... ....,.,........... 1 55 Smith, Joanna . .. ,....., .. . .65 Smith, Joyce ... .... 48, 113, 133 Smith, Judy ..... ......,.....,. 2 8 Smith, Kathleen . . . ............. 32, 51 Smith, Laurie .,... .63, 111, 117, 134 Smith, Marshall .. ,.....,.. .67, 140 Smhh,Neal .,,. ,,,.,, ,,.. 64,140 Smith, Paul .... ....... 5 4 Smith, Ron ..... ,, , ......... .54, 185 Smith, Rose Ann . . . ,..... ' ......... . .69 Smith, Suellen . .. .,.. 54, 129, 131, 132 Smith, Tallant .. ....,,..... 86, 189 Smith, Verva . ,. ........ .55, 132 Smith, Wm. .,.. ....,. 6 9, 129, 140 Snelling, Sally . .. ....... 64, 129, 139 Snyder, Bill ...,. ...,.,.......... 1 54 Sorensen, Martha .... 53, 129, 118, 132 Sorrells, Chuck .. ......... .30, 154 Sparks, Duron ... .,... 63, 132, 138 Sparkuhl, Alex . .. ...........,.. . .30 Spelman, Mary .... 67, 131 134, 138 Spencer, Laurie . ., ,.,,,,...,. 128,151 Spieth, John . .. ............... . .54 Spight, Tom ... .......... 48, 119, 132 Springer, Joyce ...... 127, 69, 129, 117, 139 Srwfgeqn. sandra ...,....,..........,. 48 Stvfv. Ann ...... ..,...... 6 3, 134, 139 Stahl, Tommera . . ..,., .66, 134 Stanley, David ,... . .67, 191 Stater, Rich .1 . . , ,,,,,,,, , ,153 St. Clair, Jim .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 19 Stebbings, Robert . , .... 66, 140, 191 Steele, Jan ,.,.,, ,, ,30, 48, 129 Steel, Vicki .,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 49 Steinmeier,,Lois .,........ 67, 131, 139 Stenbefg. Loren ...... 203, 4s, 13o, 131, 153 Stephenson, Arthur .....,............. 151 Sterling, Cheryl .... ............. 6 7, 139 Stevenson, Dinah . . . Stevenson, John . . . Stevenson, Sarah . Stewart, Nancy .. Stickney, Sue ...... Stoeckel, Mary Ann Stokes, David ..... Stone, Roger ..... -Stone, Voy ..... Strock, Dave ..... Strathdee, Jim Stratton, Don .. Strauch, Judy . . . Stray, Philip Strong, Liz Strout, Tom .. Strout, Roger . .. Stryker, Janet . . Stupak, Steven . .. .....U...4l 48,137,14L .....n.66 M.....65, U.28,56, .H..28,51, ...64, 191, .......68, ..'.'.'.'3'o','59,' ...Q2 129 ...,..58, ...49,1 Suitor, Judy .......... Sumner, Ruth ...... , . . Sundahl, Judy . .49, Sutorius, Loa ...... 122 Suttle, Robert ......... Swanson, Virginia .,... Sykes, Lorinda ..... Taft, Marianne .. Tatlock, Tom . .. Taylor, Gail Taylor, George . .. Taylor, Jim .... Taylor, John ..... Taylor, Joseph . .. Taylor, Nancy .. Taylor, Norman . .. Taylor, Sandra . .. Taylor, Wendy . .- Taylor, William .. Teele, Steve .... Templin, Dolly .... Templin, Shari ..... Terbeck, Kathy T .6614 Terry, Parke .......... Terzian, Ralph ........ Thayer, Jean ...... Thoene, Wolfgang . .. Thomas, Jacquie . .. Thomas, Joyce . .. Thompson, Bruce Thompson, Carol .... Thompson, Chas. .. Thompson, Dexter ..... Thompson, Jeanne Thornton, Dave . .15 Thum, Alan ,...... Thurman, Wm. .. Tibbs, Sharon , Tillitt, Jay .... Tillitt, Kay Tincher, John . Tipton, Leland Tomlin, Jim ...... Tomlinson, John .. Totten, June .... Towers, Norm .. Towson, Wayne .. Tritt, Suzanne Trom, John ..... Troupe, Ronald . .. True, Steve ....... Tucker, Mrs. Abbie 51 12,119,123 .. ......... 54, ....23 56, .,.49, 121, ....68, 129, ...........65, 108, 116, 124, ...,67, ....32, 149, f .55, -1.1-1, ' '67,' 137, 139,' U...49,140, ....49, 129 H,...n.129 ....28,56, 154, ,.........55, 12 9 133,134, 117 ...66, , . ..,...... 121, ..N.49 M..35, H.....64, .H.30,58 n.49,153 U.....64, ..N.49 ....n.53 ....H.6l .....49, 128, Thompson, Keith ...... Thomson, Rich ..... 3, 49 11 Tucker, Robert ........ Turner, Albert ..... Tustin, Tom . .. Udell, Martin .. . Updegraff, Jim .. Utter, Dave . . . . Utter, Wm. . . . . Uzzel, Sharon . . . Vaillant, Jeff .. Valentine, Dave .. .50, U V Valentine, Mary .... Vandeman, Ron ..... Vandenberg, Jeanne VanderKnyff, Jack Vondermast, Gary Veeh, John ....,.. Veteto, Lula ....... Vickers, Cynthia .. Vickrey, Vicky .,,. Vincent, Charlene . .. Vura, Brian ........, W Wade, Joleen Waechter, Philip . .. Wahlgren, Rhoda .. ..4 2,118, 129, ..N..6Q N.,.,.49, n.49,123 32, 56,145, ...32, 56 M.49,13i .......6O, ....65, 66, ' 9, 153, 203, ..,...151, .......49, H....U.5a, .55,135,137, 129,' 118,135,14L .H....H..5a .H.67,14Q ....50, an . ...... so ...68,197, H.....66, .......151, 66,111, ....66,111, ..U.18l U...117, ...6o 194 .....H.3o ....63 .H.129 H.52, ffff61f U.65, 139, 146 150 139 138 143 144 201 194 .87 153 132 117 149 127 149 1'27 140 149 .49 128 138 149 127 176 139 .65 51 151 133 .64 .57 198 151 .60 153 145 133 .60 51 149 133 145 140 129 142 189 139 143 203 138 151 127 159 135 .49 130 .61 182 149 130 51 157 153 182 140 .49 182 160 149 155 203 .61 133 136 151 151 191 129 155 201 125 184 176 91 .85 139 182 140 196 60 .66 127 132 151 .55 131 129 Wai-Hang, Lai . .. Walker, Dale Walker, Edwin . .. Walker, Jeanne . . . Walker, Lyn ...... Wallace, Craig Wallin, Wendy Walsh, Eugene . .. Walter, Martin ..., Warden, Wellford . .. Wardinger, Anton .. Worman, Harold .. Warner, Virginia .. Waters, Mary . .. Watson, Annetta . . . Watson, Art .... Watson, Betsy .. Watson, .Doris . . . Watterson, John .. Weaver, Guy Weber, Steve .... Weddle, Carol . . . Wedgley, Steve . .. Wedin, Glenn . . . Weeks, Mike .,... Weeks, John . .. . .. Weerts, Dave . .. Wegner, Eldon . . Wegner, Gail . .. Welker, Janet .. Werkman, Ann . .. Werner, Eric .... Wessell, Linda ...... West, Judy ....... West, Rick .... 57, 59, 90,114,117,11B Westbrook, Leroy . . . Westling, John Westover, Robt. . . . Weyand, Don . .. Wheeler, Nancy . .. Whitaker, Penny White, Jean ..,.. Whithall, Sandy .. Whitlo, Susan ...... Whitney, Mary . .. Whittam, Patricia . .. Wicker, Chris D. . Wickett, Anne . .. Wieck, Linda ..... Wiedman, Rick .... Wieschendorff, Jim Wilcox, Judy ...... Wilde, Kathy .... Wilde, Sally ...... Wiley, Rick 116, 117 Wilke, Chuck ..... Wilkens, Jeff ,,.. . Williams, David . . Williams, Kathy .. Williams, Peggy .. Willis, Diane L. .. Willsie, Chuck .... Willson, Laurel . .. Wilson, Alan ... Wilson, David G. . . Wilson, Dave W. . . Robin . . . Wilson, Windham, Melvyn . Winger, Gail .... Winkleman, Diane .. Winkler, Gail ,... .. Winn, Bonnie ..... Winslow, Barbara . . . Witkowski, Carol . .. Witzer, Bernd .... Witzel, Winfried . .. Wohlheter, Anne .. Wolbach, Dean . .. Wold, Torgils . .. Woll, Robt. .... . Wong, Norman . .. Wood, Ron Wood, Barry .... Wood, Phil ...... Woodbury, John . . . Woods, Lyn .... Woods, Roberta .. Woods, Walter . .. Woodin, Sue .... Woolway, Barbara . Wright, Cecil ...., Wright, Lyn .... Wulffson, Leine .. . Yamamoto, Steve .. Yates, Lyle ...... Yeomens, John York, Carol .... Young, Diane . .. Young, Judy .. Zahl, Geri ..... Zell, Don ....... Zimmerman, Curtis . Zirbel, Karen ..... .33 ........139 ....U...58,189 ... ..63,128,136 ..67,116,119,139 .......32, 56, 157 .. .......59, 145 ...151,189 .....131, 137 H.59,115,145 ... ..... ....35 ....6a, 136, 127 ....,.......5o ... ..,. .132 ...5o,149 U,.....5a ............32, 62 ......H...12L 132 .H.66,117,119,13L 132,140 ............, 153 ...53, 137, 159 ,.........66 ....... 114 .,,,.U.,....,65,140 M,,,,,,,,U...66,14O .6a,111,129,114,19a .....N.......50,151 H...50,129,115,118 ........115, 134 ....6o, 117, 145 ...115, 122, 131 ..,......, .54 . ,.,.....,.... 65,139 ,,...H.......28,147 ,151 .... .....5o, 129, 121 ...............68, 197 H.......61,117 U.........68,140 ....6o,129,134,149 ...........2a, 56 ..,,......U.... .59 .....,........28, 62 50,112,l13,118,130 190 . ............. .53 .................66 ...67,116,134,139 ......61, 117, 123 .....68,123,124,197 H, ,,,,,,,,,,. 50,153 .........66, 139 ,.... .... .....69, 138 ,,,H,,.....28,56,149 135,203,180,181,186 ....54, 109, 118, 151 ......N.203,175J70 .... ...69, 126,132 ...,63, 131, 133 ......129, 143 ...5o, 113 U...67,140 U.129,136 H, ,....... 55,157 ,,,,,,......, 60,153 . ...32, so, 157, 184, 51 ............,....112 ,.. ...... ...s2 ...............6o .,.......,......143 ....66, 129, 132, 139 .........H...66,139 .67,129,117,131,139 H...,...6Q 122,131 ,,, ,,,,,,,,... ...35 .U,...N.35 ...67,132 ...5o,137 .....,...5a ...........5o ...35,128,151 .....5o, 153 ...n.... 119 ...,...... 193 ....6o,135,1s9 ......... .69 ....... 147 ......... .50 ............5o ....53,129,143 ...,,..., 196 M..38,144 51 .....69,12a ,,,,, ,...H.65,68 ., ...67, 132, 137 ...128, 199, 200 ....129, 143, 51 .H.....67,138 ,,, .... ..54,131 ... ....,. 61,129 ...........153 ....77,136,127 145 . . . D FURTHERMORE North, South, East, West, the University of Redlands is a large family. The staff has en- deavored to portray this atmosphere in the 1963 La Letra. From Hong Kong to Mexico, from Fisk to Salzburg, UR students have had the opportunity to expand their awareness of lust how small this planet really is and how close the bonds of the "family of Man" really are. Although this yearbook is primarily a record of our own campus, subtly, the tone of our outreach is present. The editor cannot possibly name all those who worked in front and behind the scenes, how- ever, the work of each staff member is clearly revealed, and the editor feels it is really "neat!" Appreciation must be given to Marilyn Buck, who "bucked" the sports section second semester in Tom Brook's absence, and thanks to the "on the spot" assistance of John Burmahln, and his recruits. Thanks to Mary Menges, Jim Allen, and to all our typing team, for, without reserves, who knows . . . ? 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