University of South Dakota - Coyote Yearbook (Vermillion, SD)

 - Class of 1953

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WC' . ww ,QV 1 4 f fyfj ' 49, Nfl J 5 I B05 DUNKER divi-vivo Pages artist , 57.3, 5, i , , g . 01.15 A -, s s X, XY , ...Q O A se' 1 X ,if N M . r A xg f 1 . 21 Z3 I 1' .V "' 11 .1-' 3' 172 5391, "il :2lf+' :.'1 W, E,:.'i'fi,- .gzggff-1+-.1-'figgi--4,L ii f.Lif1.:"' 'iffiii i' ml f 'f :f"i::12?ia wM.zs:f,, 1-ff e , if , f 1 ' X fi if NZ, -fkv 1 :H ?,Q43tfii '- , -III'-jfigli',:"f'g"zi:1,'gg13e 5'-f'.U" , ' , " ROGER BANKS cover artist HAL Rl il business SHIRLEY COE assistant manager CHARLIE BASSETT copy editor DEAN BELBAS publicity manager the 1953 Coyote - y of your life at the f South Dakota in the past year. to evaluate the most important which are accumulations of little things which are the essence of traditions. 953 Coyote to you - to you, the sophomore, into a larger scope of University life and a world of your owng to you, the are midway through this temple of higher I and are first realizing your abilities, am- obligations, and handicapsg to you, the who are too much involved in activities, formulas, future plans, investments, and adjustments to quit nowg and last, yet first, to you, the graduating senior, who have given and received much from four or more years of SDUg to all who hold with them a small amount of the richness of spirit and tradition of this, our University. 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Volante - "queer name for a paper" - editorials - "shibboleths" - humor, misspellings, pin IO sol' l sings, engagl I l columns r e nings, engagements, sports, ads, more misspellings - U Pick 'Em - letters to the editor and politics - columns - Doldrums, Nails, ln Full, Whole Picture - election time - party, coffee, defeat for some, victory for others - The Hm-m - "queer name for a humor magazine" - ads, stories, ads, Ml DAQ l Agl.Con' umoff 'ln' ll T lr 'J pictures, ads-The Hm-m . .. Vanity Fair - girls, shining eyes, glowing hair, smiles, pictures - beauty -trips to Sioux Falls. Vacation - Thanksgiving in any fashion - the long trip home - the return - "l'm bushed" - r---. I l l l I l I V71 'Yi Yi T1 If I'- 'i- Vi Q Ui N Qi 'iw uri! Ii l' Fi lj fi ll I l I l I i llllli l2 ' . I -+ 1 n K . 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' 1 Basketball - the slap of leather on wood - crisp swish of ball and basket - unconscious shot Look, he's wide open" - bright warm-up jackets - cheerleaders - antics on the bench - win, 15 ,tv fb G Q wi A ml' A 1 - 0 sg, , , fu ., , A 1 d - Q "' "" ' """"f ... I i ,"f1?':zm -x We dress re Success and Q 1 , 'givzhf' 7 ,B 92. ,Q a ,nf Q' .B Q .2 " Wg, fl' "Nix 221 1: 'xe?':3., da' 52555- . gsm -:SY Mg V, 4,-. M i ,iv H , 'S g . ,,.?,,, ., yy, .W iw? ' 4 "IfEE':2ffIW , ,ZX V ,,,., , N f ff. M. Zn V! if f '94 Q ,. f fi . -ig, 9 . Hx, , R S , . f n. ,4:fEEWf Lai, Ay' .-fry gg g iw 12- -4 W, 15 .39 22? .PV .351 52-'if y ' . ,. ., :, , ,, 1:,:94,,,,Z.21,41-' 1-445, : ,:,,,.f,9,,p1,- --?.:m,,g g n. , , ., , ,, V Q, .-Q-.. -M.: V, 4,0 , J, , ' 0 . Q 2 gui .,... 3 1, ' IQ' ,, ,,,, , f, , 17, 1 WS' 4 ,.,., , ,,,1:1qafmM, ,,.,1 4 V, -so-,. J Q 21, 4 1 f '-I s....- -xx., i -xxx ,ms -.HN Q. Xkxa a different setting for the old Armory - flashing batons in the bright sun - thin clad sprinters - strained milers - the bunched muscles of the weight men - win, lose - Miss University - m0f2 girls, bathing suits, talent and more girls - the end of the year - finals, sweat, coffee, cigarettes, I8 - fl' .Q .N g -X N i z' K Wi Q PW ' 1""0'e N . books again - the same worry - "why didn't I study this semester?" - the approach of the black- clad graduates - professors impressive in robes -the graduation, the culmination of four years - you have matured, you have worked, played, lived for those four years in an environment that you will -vvsrx AQ TN ,.. f"' - QL.. X- K R Nwxykw If ,,,,,,,N .gh 19 s i 1 4 I ridden N in N in Spring x the Gold. llf Digger King, the trips to Sioux City, the Big M, the walkouts, the serenades, the Sadie Hawkins day race, the late coffee at the Cavalier, the whispered conferences in the darkened dorm, the dates - 21 uf , 'W 2 'C , wifi ,. .gh- ,, -57 Cv" f' f I f , . f 1 fl 1 6 . ' s W 'x x A x Z iw X fl x ""'i wig, 95 YN www S X R X XX XX Y x NX , N dw Nm f M f L Lau N Q SW lllll1l1n+.X PM X K X WW fa QM, fl S www W X NN,.NxNNh PM y X X Q Qf K ' W, k x X X Wm W fQ,,,,W KX W, M M' ,IZ X ,H 9 f , H, 7 .42 , ,, . , , , aww" X254 4 I 2 . ,K ,,.. R , K QQ' f 1 yf :f ff 4' f 1- f'w1",,2v4' . ., ,,Z1W.fwf ,4.,!, Wi: 4,5 5522? 17' - f-14.14 ,.,, . wax, I 4 4 2 'X an mx. 7 f by Vice- 'UQ - -.,,,. .. ..,-,,. I ' ' 'fs from behind the desk Of the if f 2 Cllgfliffid ral-le of research assist- ff ' 77'4EffCV lac-.'. crow-fed hrs calendar, he 1' fa, 'aff sf ln student prohlerns We joke 4 'Dx , ali-: flag- C' :Q cl Sfufent Personnel Servrces and J , ff. sian? a l rtle rn ax-.e of rr We sleep through V I clarff , W get thefe at all, and grape constantly altem Hall lectures and rough tests Bur there is rmlch to lie oalncd by contact wrth the faculty and the aflnian stralrcn fm rnslruclor has more to Offer W than a grade af the end of the semester, The fac- ulty rs always wlllrng To help or to advise, and it is thrs ooalrry of frrendlrness and co-operahon, so characterrsrrc of the admrmslrahve body, that forms a mayor part of the famed Unrverslty tra- dltron. J. H. Julian President and Business Manager Eleanor Norton R. H. Knapp Dean of Women Dean of Men and Student Personnel Services 1 1 'Q' A, f 26 i , .. l 'i of the l'3SSi5t. Qar, he fe l0ke 595 and Through WSianHy here is lil and TO offer 'IE lag. id it is on, 50 , that y tra- Services THE D ANS E. W. Harrington Dean, College of Arts and Sciences iw .1 S Warren M. Lee Robert F. Patterson Mark W. Delzell Dean, College of Fine Arts Dean, School of Business Dean, School of Education gg.. : ,. .,-3.-wx I . -Q! 'Nunn-..,,,,.,, K ,..s. , . f 'f:i5?QfF1- Q2 : . 5 ' 1 5: Q' Herben S, Sghell Oval A. Phipps Walter L Hard Dean, Graduate Schqql Dean, School of Law Dean, School of Medicine viva" ml -, gyke . s " .- r..-q,-Q-on--A1 """"" Ll-f-4 'U' ni id. S 1 1 4' U H. W. Frankenfeld Registrar, Examiner, and Alumni Secretary THE DIRECTGRS I 'Y I .ff 6 . A. , W 4-Q-495, 4-ff' ,,,,, Nt: " I 4 '.,g.l'.g . sv ii M' Vern L Cadwell R. D. Falk Richard E. Larson Supt. of Buildings and Grounds Director, Extension Division Director of Religious Activities if C3 A. E. Mead Director of Special Services 40" 1 and Student Employment f 4? '65 x X14 , N, 3 I. Dee Schmidt Ruth Bergman Director of Student Union Librarian -Q 1,11 4,5 John B. Van Why Director of Health and Physical Education Wesley R. Hurt Steve Jones Director of Museum Director of Public Relations C. S. Ball Finance Secretary C. B. Hoy Athletic Director UZ, , qw ,X lt. Col. James L Erickson 111011135 E' EY"e5 R Kath J' Nlghbert Director of ROTC Detachment Director of Student Health Director, a R dio Station KUSD fi-I, 7' Cf 1 J 1, K, X il U IVERSITY I1 A . 'Q lx . MRS. EDITH ABELL, Home Economics. USHER ABELL, Music. LEWIS E. AKELEY, Philosophy. A4 AKELEY MILLER, Phxsics. DON G. ALKIRE, Mathematics ALAN AMSDEN, Journalism. i RUBERT S ANDERSON, Physiology. LEONARD E. ARNAUD, Languages. WILLIAM H. BATSON, Education, SGT. E. N. BEABOUT, Military. GRACE BEEDE, Languages. ALBERT BLUMEN- THAL, Sociology. GEORGE BOYER, Music Education. DAVID B. 5 Q . rss. I CAMP, Chemistry, WILLIAM CAPE, GavernA ment. CHRISTY CHRISTENSON, French. CARL CHRISTOL, History. EDWARD P. CHURCHILL, Zoology. HARRY J. CLAUSEN, Anatomy. RICHARD COL- WELL, Music. HOWARD CONNORS, Mothe- matics. MRS. HELEN COOLEDGE, Home Eco- l ' "f 0 nomics. CHARLES D. COX, Microbiology. - ,E csonic cuMMiNs, Hisiofy. '. . ' N I I N I 1 , Q, A A ' W I j,,I , s. P. CUMMINGS, English. ROGER T. oiwis, Psychology. MARK DELZELL, Education. AVAN 1 I N, 0 IIN 'bi S . I L I an I l ,N A s I NEI ,xg I C . 1 Us I. If. ' 4. Z , DREYER, Business. GLEN R. DRISCOLL, History. W. G. DUNBAR, Applied Science. E. C. EHRENSPERGER, English. W. E. EKMAN, Mathematics. C. R. ESTEE, Chemistry. W. O. FARBER, Government. H. R. FOSLER, Psychology. M-SGT. FRENCH, Military. T. C. GEARY, Government. B. W. GEORGE, Zoology. PAUL GRIFFIN, ROTC. DAVID H. GROVER, Radio. CLARK GUNDER- SON, Law. ED. J. HADD, Law. A. L, HAINES, Chemistry. GORDON O. HAYES, Assistant Finance Secretary. ALEXANDER HART- MAN, French and German. PAUL A. HAEDER, Mathematics. JOHN HEEMSTRA, Microbiology MAX A. HEINRICH, Phar' macolcqy NORMAN HOOVER, Mathematics. RUSSELL JOLLY, Radio J. R. JONES, Insurance and Finance, SFC W C. JOPLING, Military. HAROLD JORDAN, Speech. F. E KELSEY, Pharmacology. ROBERT H. KING, Biochemistry. H EUGENE KNEPPRATH, English. FN K WAYNE LOFTHUS' MARY, LI Edugalloll- nolfll I MATHEIL Econ0mIfs' JOHANN MEYER, 5 MAI. HOV MONGOLI BUSINESS II GRANT C Music CI CAPT. D0 OYLER, Fri Business. EDMUNDS E. RASCI READ, Phyi ALLIS Rll THOMAS i. P. Roi iowiii, Mfsci. L W. SCHUT GEORGE I Ilfmf Ecu KENNETH Iary. IOBERT fi 'ff FRA Siovii, IOBERT Iilllflulis 'lclfluriul IIIIION Wi SITY RIIIICSI Y. rr, Phitisiph I G- ALKIRE lufftolism, I IY- LEONARD tIH.BATS0N UTI Mlllluryi I ERT IILUMEN. In. DAVID B, IAPE, Govern- French, CARL . CHURCHILL, ICHARD COL- IORS, Mathe- iE, Home Eco- Microbiology. iEIl T. DAVISI Ication. AVAN ,COLL, History. N. E. EKMANI mistfllr W' 0' ER' P5ychoI09Y- I I- PAUL OEKOIISUNDEI' RDON 0' GO hiri- Rott ticS. Mafllema rhrf' NRICH' Y, sszu IOLL oArI WI Biodleml glfy' .7155 0 ?. I WAYNE KNUTSON, Dramatic Arts. KEATHA K KRUEGER, Biochemistry. IRVIN E. LARSON, Sociology. DAN H. LENNON, Athletics. ORIN M. LOFTHUS, Zoology. ELLA LOKKEN, Piano. .ITN MARY LYLE, English. BOBBY LYON, Physical Education. JOSEPH S. MARSHALL, English. ROBERT M. MARTIN, Psychology. ADELINE . .,... .. MATHER, Microbiology. PAUL C. MATHIS, Economics. f f f 'W ' X1 l f 4 5 s ' 'Daily s 4 has , A 4152 ,yy ix W 1 .1 x firm s JOHANN MEISNER, German. EDWARD L. MEYER, 5Deech. AMOs MICHAEL, Pathology. MAJ. HOWARD B. MILLER, Miiiisiy. KENNETH . ., ,,., . ...., MONGOLD, Physics. vINcE E. MONTGOMERY, A Business Research. if' GRANT c. MOON, Msiksrihg. JACK NOBLE, Music. CAROL M. NuLsEN, Physical Edossrish. ,jfs CAPT. DON E. OSTERHOUT, Military. JOHN E. OYLER, French, German. BERNARD D. PERKINS, Business. 1 ., ' f.si' 11415-f I I I ' f I A RL I ff f .Rink-.' EDMUNDS POGAINIS, Biochemistry. KENNETH E. RASCHKE, Business Law. WILLARD O. READ, Physiology. CAPT. BRUCE REID, Military, ALLIS RICE, Director of School ot the Air. D ' . THOMAS M. RISK, Education. 'i'fi'i i'i ' 'I " i'it ' E. P. ROTHROCK, Geology. SFC. GEORGE C. Ii 'I 'ii'I"i':'i ' ROWAN, Miiiisiy. LEWIS SANDER, English. x, R5 ' .5 .1 '12 4 Z 4 ' E. , tv 3 6 f if 33, . MXSGT. LOUIS J. SCHUR, Military. CLAUDE 'ii'i"""i'ii:Iiiiiiiiiii W. SCHUTTER, Law. EARL B. SCOTT, Anatomy. GEORGE P. SCOTT, Chemistry. MARY ELLEN SHAHEEN, Home Economics. EDWIN H. SHAW, JR., Biochemistry. KENNETH F. SIMPSON, Law. EVERETT W. STERLING, His- tory. 1 IRXOBERT E. STEVENSON, Geology. WILBER M. STILWELL, FRANK W. STOUT, Applied Science. MARY ANN VIK. Home Economics. FRANCIS J. STREIM, voice. TSBERT S. SULLIVANT, Gsvsfhhishr. E. GD TROTZIG, Uftwlism. MERTON UTGAARD, Music. HULDA VAALER, S - . . QCIEIUIIUI Training. LUCILE VICKERS, Library Science. VE .RNON A. VROOMAN, Law. FORREST L. WELLER, So- I Ssiggv- CLAUDE J. WHITLOW, Economics. A. L. WILSON. 6. N. YATES, English. J:1E.:iiEE'QE-f222f15i?55EfIiE .szksiii .'EIEIEE'if2E'2IC'f?E5i5 . 2 I .. . f W' i 4 R , ,, V fi., jf A 157 ,ff of' I . E-ri5ff'L".I71"125:f 4 I s.. 1A 'AA . X yl f "9 - . fr si ..z.sA- 9? I"' A O, A to X X I UA 'gn 11. Rf I . .. f., . W Q ' if f I f Q ff? ' 1 M 16 f ff 4 W 4 5 f fgfgfyf ff 4, f 4 , fy K f 9 Q f 4 ' M Q ff! ij, lj 7 .-...I ! N. ya-'7, li iw!" "' BACK ROW: Theodore Wrage, Thomas Schaeppi, Morvin Romsdohl, Rodney Flannery, Dove Morrill, Sam Patterson, John Lohrc. SECOND ROW: Norven Roggen, Charles Geppert, Roger Banks. FRONT ROW: Marilyn Lloyd, Trudy Hossc, Ardith Fischer, Norma Erickson, Polly Noren, Nell Pribblc, Sally Winter. T Right: Louie Loken First Semester Student Body President ill Lett. John Lohre, who assumed the helm of USD student govern- ment as Second Semester Student Body President upon Loken's resig- nation. lr oWla' crease the In afhlel regula elgclel HviH0 govefl plicaf Univ? pafll givin facul btw pact. 9 BACK FRON K i r SECOND Erickson, I ,I .J , f Training in the administration and operation of one's own activities and use of facilities has been the goal of in- creased student-self-government - it has become an educa- tion in itself. Whether it be the Student Publications board, governing the quality of publications that students demandg the Intramural Sports board, setting the rules for non-varsity athleticsg or AWS, governing the University house rules and regulations, it is the democratic voice of the students through elected representatives making the regulations for the ac- tivities in which they participate. The positions in student government are attained by election, appointment, and ap- plication. The color of election time is well-known to every University student - the campaign posters and slogans, party caucuses, and of course either cigar-smoking or cigar- giving politicians. Often the arbitrator between student and faculty administration, student government even negotiates between neighboring schools, such as the Non-Aggression pact. ASSOCIATIO or WOMEN sTuDENTs BACK ROW: Carol Hoffer, Mickey McKeon, Pot Derry, Margery Bruyer, Ramona Memmer Dorothy Schulz Joan Vaughn Marilyn Frs er FRONT ROW: Marilyn Werth, Mary Holgate, Dean Norton, Dona Olson, Shirley Anderson J. Ex STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BOARD BACK ROW: Bob Voldcn, Stcvc Jones, Marilyn Hobbs, E. G. Trotzig, Edward C. Ehrensperger, Alan Amsden FRONT ROW. Ann Shaw, Edna Egeland, Sally Winter, J. H. Julian, Joyce Swab. CONVOCATION COMMITTEE .' C 'C -Q ,J f l T . if ATHLETICS BQARD CDF CONTRCL Sam Horner, Mark W: Delzell, William E. Ekman, Robert F. Patterson, Thomas C. Geary, Earl Kinsman. I Afl1Sd9H- BACK ROW: Earl Meyer, Harold M. Jordan. FRONT ROW: Mary Mumford, Todd Willy, Meredith Visnow. X .il DEBATE BCJARD OF CCNTRCDL E. l 4 J mfii' X ' H ' UNIVERSITY SOCIAL COMMITTEE BACK ROW: Charles Higgins, Louie Loken. FRONT ROW: Shirley Macy, Ramona Memmer, Sally Olson, Betty Fidelcr, Gail Johnson, Mary Holgate. ARTISTS' SERIES COMMITTEE 1 -I ,ds ., .- R 1 I'-, I ,If fs., ,, I EN , ' NX, ,Q , y4,4vf+ INTRAMURAL SPORTS BOARD 10lson,BeM'y BACK ROW: Ordell Braase, Jim Tays, Louie Loken. FRONT ROW: Carl B. lRubeJ Hoy, John Van Why, Dan Lennon, John Dalton. uNloN BOARD or CONTROL Xt X QNS SX N xxx lx X -Nifmvl XX , ' 5 y 1 Q! XZ lgifff Wk x X NX as X: XXNW CLASSES .... and time pa Sses by and men mouth new truths and memorize old truths . . . the dead man speaks throu h books and his words re echo Q - . . . X the slender riuulets of truth steal away into light . . . X is -S t' " 6.1, We 2-7, ,,.. l.,-, ..-.J-M-ban,-I " ,L-Wa I S l SENIQRS ,l K 3- 41 A' l Y l '.-Q, 1 1 gi All A . x 7x lx 'L- x! 'Q li . I A . ', , A L xg, , r 5 'QF v . K I , a A 1 5 A " -r-"- 1 X EK 'l ff? 'L iw Y. tu x , X-A' l 1 A, , , -- zu 1 I -51 ' Q - -f' J.- " , K l i V x A . .Q - A , ..! I A ll A . fl 5 A CLIHOID AHDIKSCWV Smal fallxl Mmbrvmq, Lambda Chu Alpha, Phu Mu Alpha, Chou, LSA, Markehng Club. DONALD ANDERSON 1501: U-'auf-Qvlrv. Lcr-!4a Chl Alpha JIEEY ANDIRSOH, R4-dhrld,Grncral Buur1rn,Alpho Tau Omega, Della Suqrna Pl, Dallolans, IFC Srettwd mi Pace LAVHFIHCI AHDUTSIH, llffff, Mus-c lducohon, MENC Prcndcnv, Phu Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Pu, Band, Or-I chrslfo, Chr' lgovnw HH! 7.v1--- S--c " ffvff' 'f 1-fr Lfg,,f !lLL PACJIIJAW S-:un lalh Gfnfrql luxuncu, Lambda Ch: Alpha, Rullc Team DONALD BAER, Freeman, '-'wh-1:'.f: 'lTl'-l IAILU, P-'rf'-dqc, Gcfrral Euxmcu, Della Tau Della, Mavlmclunq Club. JIM BAIRD, Pnclutovn, Geology, Lambda Cs' Aft: Crtzlzgu C'-5 -3: LSA, F-lfr Club, Poll!-cal Sf-ence Lcarguc HAL BABBE, Turion, Govcrnmcnl, Della Tau Delta, LSA, IC"-U FA'-'VS 'Wr:" r'f la A'-r'! :wg Av! Thrla Il, Flaurrallrvz, Sludcnl Srnalc, Nahonal Collcqualc Players, Cayale. BOB BAR- '-l77 'A '-v l' I :"""2n fc-4 PAIIAIA PAIFITTV Ffa-lmlca, l-'avifllnq Kappa Alpha Theta, Mcrlnhnq Club, Alpha Lambda f'c': L"-"f 7A75?l' Pl'-'-ll 'vr"- 'va Gr'-fvsl lurr-ru Erla Thqla P: HICHARD BLACK, Vcvmslluon, Phyucal fdutuhan, A'g'z T.-,. C-fy Inuit: Eikil ELI-'f,5'.s falfz,CvfffrvclEs.:'fr11, Alpha Tau Omcgo, Dclla Suqma Pu, Daholons, Scabbord and 151: 3: :"r l'-' - CpC'f.'Z'f'- !C'fl'- MH- l: '-'wir' -- ' -ff: CV ATL: "'2"f'1'i Cl-5 TOM ERASLL, S-our Falls, General Buxmen, Phi Delta TVN: Eli f5 L' -r'- -- Avg- 5f': THF: 5. Uqvir!-Q CLE, Fcflhglll Hfvman Club JOHN BNGG5, Tlmbcr Lake, I-'Uhr-r' f: 'Lf-D l':, L' 1"2' lf 'v kg l'g 'UW CLF LLFCY ELCHlLE,S1:un fallg, Narlclnng GORDON CAMPBLLL, Aber- Jccf Qr'r':' Q.: -ra: IP: r'- 7- Glflfvl CAV'l'-T' '-" r 'if ff" 'W' V '-'AFC'-FIT A9-'1 HALLA CASH, Pfrnr, Hams Ecanarmcs, Alpha Phi, Alpha L:"f': fr " 'f' A' A'- if '- "" 7' 5'-f1'f C'ut'r V"'r f""" '1 CLF, Laid: Day Allrndanl ROGER CHAUSSEE, Vel- F"lI1' A-':"f"" 1 7' ff " f"'fT" 1-7 5':fr CJ-:CL CLAFY F'1I14C1fl,lfJVFOllZV'l, Kappa Alpha Thclo, Morlar Board, G.-'F' A IL? Q1"f'2 if 'C I' 1' r IA'-'li CLIVE'-75 T.':.", A' : , Qr'rv:l Egg:-:ggi Dglla 519:10 Pl, VOlOr1lC, MOYlClIhg GUALD CLIWILA'-D "f'f A"'- 'Z :N lf: 5:": Vr: '2cc!'2:':' c'd Elcdc 40 --ff' ----1---1'-L ' - K A 0-N mlm y , Q at fs, ' K Q F . 3 ,. -Aw' - -. iv ik . M, f ' 'zo E45-:QQ if N 5 A .Q 3 r Y t k-,tl . .Jn sz. ' 'f ' 1 ' 1 L, 5 ' ' is ' W ef 5 Y i 5' ' . 5 I ,fer Q, wx. F 3, M, . I , ,V A g , W f I -. , r 1 Z g, W , I 5 if A l 6 I I 1 . ,haf V ,i I I g . cw., 5... . h -'qw 1 i I 1 ' 1 . V in 2' E: V 5: 'I . 4- W TT f7LAV 'fm' - we-J M Wu. - 4 'W iz' X f T lg . Hi i v l mlm 5 4' . .5 my , A., 21 , Z 9 f ,c f "M.'li'i , E ' N ff? M 1 me .es ge . t, .2 - ig, .11 W. o' , - -, , 3-. f' ner" I 4 - ' - 've 74' , f . , 'W 'Z , ' 1 f -.A. ii - '-A, 5 1 , , x QW--,H ' ' 9 , , . ,f Zllf fig, Z V. K A I f E 2 , Q, .xV. I : . Q , ,, .. 4 vw.-, X 'W AA . V V 'M Aa. 'ik ff . Ik I w . t J K ..,1,v'. In N 4.1 . R ,,,., , T Y. we - , - fi , L' ii , Q ,." , v M "'f,f ? ' ' A I , V' . .2 yi ,p . V V V I. 2 1 qyy' 9 ' 4 I I I Wi '- as 5, an it 'A"' ' 'fgf'j if if 'RE 4.. qL' Q ...lh ff ' I 4 -. E gg-we 5? P .l'II':5:f'-i.l' f lf ' X ..-: N.. 1',- 1 I I L X , .. 1 U! if 2 3 XX LUCILLE CONNAUGHTON, Lemmon, Mathematics, Alpha Xi Delta, Beta Alpha Nu Delta, WAA Vice-president, Newman Club, Band, Rifle Club. BILL DALE, Rapid City, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega. GLEN DANIELSON, Vermillion, Radio Engineering, Engineering Club. DICK DAY, Sioux City, la., Physical Education, Phi Delta Theta, Lettermen's Club, Football. PATRICIA DERRY, Wood, Psy- chology, Alpha Xi Delta, Rifle Club, Panhellenic, AWS. DARRELL DIBBEN, Flandreau, Radio, Radio Guild, KUSD. GORDON DODSON, Sturgis, English, Theta Xi. JACK DOHERTY, Sioux Falls, English, Newman Club. JAMES DUNLAP, Vermillion, Physics, Engineering Club. EDNA EGELAND, Canton, English-Journalism, Mortar Board, Guidon, Chi Omega, Hm-m Editor, BA Presi- dent, Volante, Coyote. VIRGIL EISENBEISZ, Java, Government, Alpha Tau Omega, Political Science League. ROBERT ELLIOTT, Battle Creek, Mich., Chemistry, LSA, Chemistry Club. LYALL ENGELSTAD, Astoria, Psychology, LSA. NORMA ERICKSON, Newell, Accounting, Alpha Xi Delta, Student Senate, WAA. MARILYN FISHER, Aberdeen, Sociology, Alpha Phi President, Choir, Home Economics Club, Panhellenic, JAMES FITZGERALD, Yank- ton, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega, Newman Club, Scabbard'and Blade. DOROTHY FIX, Parkston, Business Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, SCA, PWF, Young Republicans, Dakota Day Attendant. RODNEY FLANNERY, Wessington Springs, General Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, Newman Club, Student Senate. WILLIAM FULLER, Flandreau, General Business, Pershing Rifles, Canterbury Club. HARRY GAMAGE, JR., Wokonda, Business Ad- ministration, Delta Tau Delta, Dakotans, Scabbard and Blade. HERBERT GEIGLE, Java, History, Political Science League, Young Demo- crats. JOAN GILCHRIST, Kadoka, English, Chi Omega, Mortar Board President, Guidon, Eta Sigma Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Coyote Section Editor, Dakota Day Attendant. ROBERT GIRAUD, Fulton, Accounting. ALLEN GISSELBECK, Castlewood, Zoology, SCA, USD Christian Fellowship. PEGG GORDER, Aberdeen, English, Pi Beta Phi, Twirler. MAXINE GORDON, Wolsey, Radio, Alpha Phi, National Collegiate Players, Coyote, Radio Guild, PWF, DWIGHT GROTEWOLD, Larchwood, la., Business-Law, Delta Sigma Pi. MAX GRUENWALD, Corsica, Gov- ernment, Alpha Tau Omega, Political Science League, Young Republicans, Gamma Delta, Student Senate, Strollers, IFC, Tau Kappa Alpha, Speech Club, Dakota Day Chairman. BROOKS GUNDERSON, Centerville, Accounting, Beta Theta Pi, Scabbard and Blade. CECIL HAGGERTY, Sioux City, la., Government, Political Science League. 4l ,,:f,, ,Vu wanna- ' f' ,,,,. .-u -.,,.-nv.-A . . .iv 'l -' 5 o-- - 11473 -f --0 I M n. Q 'Psa SENIORS f V ' I t' T' l '- ll '-1 - .. 1 An- ' - Y" 'C' E 1 Q 4 L. as tx F I 7 l-3- ,,., -r 'sf 1 -V x J., ilfi li XX tn ' va . '2 'T'- 'e l -+' -' , 7 Q , ' All fo I 'L+ , 1 DONNA HAGGLUND, Swan fully, Drnmahe Att, Alpha Phu, Playcralten, Pu Epulon Delta. GEORGE HAGGLUND, Vcrmullion, Advertiling An, Ing Thug Y-, Mm rn luur-eu Manager, Scobbard and llode JAMIS HANSON, Watertown, Accountmg, Lambda Chl Alpha, Band, Chou. DlLlllT HAIGILAVLS, Shchncy, So-nal Scuence, Svgma Theta Epulon. IOWAIO HAIP, Mflbudge, Adu-rlumg All IODNIY HAIHHGTON, Ven-mlluon, General Seuence TRUDY HASSE, Aberdeen, Home lcaarlv-nu, Kappa Alpha Theta, Ncriav lc-ard, Guvdcn, Student Senate, Home fcanormu Club, Hrn rn, Msn Dakota SYLVAN HAUFF, Hof!-H, S:-nology 'AUL HAUFH., Lula, Government, Lambda Chu Alpha, LSA, Yeung Democtutl. SIDNEY HAUGUM, Verrmllnon, Chem- YUVYY. Chcmntry Club, YATIICIA Hl'iLlY,Clqu-nf-1, lrglfph, Pu Ido YM, :eta Phu E'Q,'DHhfllfI'ttC1 Hnlle Club, Doicrto Day Alltndonl, CAROL HOFFER, Vnnt!!.:-V U-:H-rr-atfct, CN Crwgo Prem-ful, Aldo Lar'-bda Delta, Gu-den, Full: Club, Volanle Busmeu Manager NORMA HOFF- MAN, Vue--tagn, Mum-c, 71 It-to Ht, Us PM l:v11loH,C:v:te WAA GEORGE HOHNER, vQ1fHtlltC'h,G01Clhlhfh', Phu Delta Theta, Palrtrcal Sc-ence Lwguc ALlllTA HOUCI, Cvcttnburq, lngluh, Chu Orm-gc, O1cHe:lra,Ccnote, Canterbury Club, lull: Club. CARL INMAN, Win-vtgnn, fnclplagv, Alpha 'lcv Or-g-ig' Vplarte, Nm rn DIIIY JACOIS, Java, Z:-:la-gt CAUIOLL JIWSLW Lzf-Q lfcch, C:'1l Ncvielmg, Delta Suqma Pu, Slqma Theta Epulon, Marketmg Club Winln Clsf GAIL JOH'wC" Gu-"lc, l.rgYftF HLGH JONPISCW, 'vH"fl5vfH, Sp-arwsh KKVIH JOHNSON, Verrmllpon, Ageqyqntmg: Dqtrg Sq:-ng 7. NOIIUT ICN'-SON, lagtd C11-, lf.c:M:a Delta Tzu Delta CHAILIS JOHLS, Ccfff-P, CrZ'vcve!'.e'l, Dflla Taz Dat: ICNW 7 JOHIS, Swat fella, Gtvevnrvent, Lambda Chu Alpha, Pal-heal Sgleneg League, T:-vt: lr:-ab'-cv: Fu-v-lcv Chb JA'-PLS JOFGI'-SEN, Tvcrv, S:cv:i Week, YW-1 Demgqvou RICHARD KARY, Mobndge, G4-un-nut, Al:-Ea Tzu Crrzs, 7:9't1cclScvr'Cr Lczqu, Yang 's':.b'Icsf1 JAVIS KEEN, Letchev, Chermslry EARL! KINSMAN, Wetvfa-vm, Hvvcsl Has!-:A-, Sw7f": Afgls lml:-, Fxft-:'l, Lctlvf-en: CME, Attlcm E:-:rd at Cm-mgl, 42 .,-,i,,, ..,- ,- it M' S' 9 1 1 v ' me fl W ,Y ,, 'KK X f 1 , f i w 5i,"3ff':f4e-f9"f A I iQ.,L'224 ,, , fi -. in-ffrfm.. ff C4 ' .f f -4- I , 6 fi! tc. -gp., ' . xy - 11, , ff , 'WO' f 4 , A, fb . , a Q .2 sf' W X , ,f ff 4 9 ,,. RQ Aa T .,,' , N 1 ' Q. 5 I I , I Z : '..-,. , ' f MI A ,fp E l 5 e V' ' f fffd - -Q f 4 il ' " 4 4. 'N -nr fi 'fi-2. Y S. I . "q' 5 I' ' -. , ,..k ' R A I, r 1- 'jf f , X , 22 I ROBERT KLEIN, Vermillion, Biochemistry. GLENN KLEINSASSER, Freeman, Pre-Med, Sigma Theta Epsilon. D. JEANNE KRIEGER, Britton, Marketing, Alpha Xi Delta, Marketing Club, Rifle Club, WAA. ELIZABETH KROEGER, Watertown, Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, Coyote, Home Economics Club. JOHN KUNI, Aberdeen, Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega, Newman Club. BESSIE LANG, Spencer, English, Young Republicans, Roger Williams Club, Non-Affiliated Coeds, Political Science League. EVELYN LARSEN, Elk Point, Music Education, Mortar Board, Mu Phi Epsilon, MENC, Newman Club, Choir. HERB MRSON, Pukwana, Applied Science, Lambda Chi Alpha, Engineering Club, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma. KITTY ANN LAURITZEN, Vermillion, Business Education, Pi Beta Phi, Dolphins, LSA, Pi Omega Pi. NEIL LAWSON, Lake Preston, Accounting, Nu Alpha Mu, Minskys. JOHN LEE, Watertown, General Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, Scabbard and Blade. KEITH LEVAKE, Watertown, Government, Lambda Chi Alpha, Political Science League. KENT LOKEN, Canton, Geology, Gamma Iota Alpha, Geology Club, Nu Alpha Mu. DAVEY LORENTSON, Miller, Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Football. JOAN LYLE, Elk Point, Home Economics, Alpha Lambda Delta, Newman Club, Home Economics Club. ROBERT MAGNUSON, Sioux Falls, Marketing. EUGENE MARSO, Huron, Bacteriology, Theta Xi, Dakotans. ANN MCCLENAHAN, Mitchell, Psychology, Pi Beta Phi, Choir, Rifle Club, Canterbury Club. CAROL MCMANIS, Sioux City, la., Music Education, Mu Phi Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Alpha Nu Delta, Band, Orchestra, New- man Club. EDWIN MEHNER, Dallas, General Business, Gamma Delta. JIM MICHELS, Vermillion, Phi Delta Theta. GLENN MIT- CHELL, Miller, General Business. SONNA MONTGOMERY, Sioux Falls, Psychology, Pi Beta Phi, Canterbury Club, Rifle Club, AWS Social Committee. CHARLES MORRISON, Twin Brooks, Economics, Political Science League. ALAN MORSE, Vermillion. A'NN PAULSRUD MUMFORD, Sioux City, Ia., Sociology, Kappa Alpha Theta, WAA, Volante. BENARD NEL- SON, Vermillion, Sociology, Phi Eta Sigma, LSA, Eta Sigma Phi, MARIS NELSON, Viborg, Sociology. NEIL NELSON, Spirit Lake, Ia., Business-Engineering, Engineering Club. ROBERT NELSON, Sioux Falls, Industrial Arts, Lambda Chi Alpha. 43 C quasi' .fwnr u ...V-usa,-:ol l -"" M " ' ..,-. A "U 1,3-Q-4-L 'rf '- iv' H If IORS "' "7 -J T f.-I L fn- If T' E : Q h 57. 4, Q- P 'Cdl ' : . , . J f ,, ,frhxyli J MIX ll I I 1 'S I I V 4 r' I , , 4 4 9' ,gf o :E lx 'I fx! lf 1 X ff , 1 Ll Al X S 3- 4- DONALD NIUGIIAUII, DM:-ck, Zoolagy, Chou, Gamma Dclla SALLY NICHOLS, Saou: falls, Engluh, Alpha Phu, Zcla 'lu flu, Alpha Lambda Della, flour-ollru, Nah:-nal Collcgoolr Plan-rx, fonllrllrmc ALOIN OYIN, Ballvc, Accounlmg, Della Srqma Yu, flu Ira Sqlnq WILLIAM PATIICIZ, Solrm, Orr, Mnlhcmalnul Sugma Alpha fpulon SAM YATTIISON, Ven--lime, Gnrvnmcnl, Lambda CM Al:ha, Pclshcol SCIFWCC League, Phu Us Sngma, IFC, Volanh, Sluden! Susan, LIO NCIS, Swv! Cffv lo, Ciffflcl 'Ull!f1l, lrlc TN-la T: IILMOEI HLIILI, Crfnlcvd, Phyncql ldugnhgn FAIIS PFISTII, Wqb. Hu- klqihcnalltl, LCRLGO CII: Alpha HILL FllH,Ll4 Svtui llgllt. Lnglldi, FI lilo flu, 'WF' Dolphml, Cvyoll Slrncll Halen, 04-1133-gma Thrla,fcr1!ung llllry lull: Club MAIY KAY QUIHTAL. lJf!fFf'I- H:-Pc ff?-'Pnl fn Irlc Th., YN'AA, l4Ilr Clkb, NCR.: fqqnncrnufi Club CHAILIS IOACH, Aulllh' Hwy If-flngv, Isla Tlfefc Y' LAVQRINCI IYllI'4, Gcvvvllr, A::l1fd Scfrfcr GIOIGL SAAILOOS, Govvriwn, Molhemahu. I DLE SCNMIOT, lf:H!:f-, fx.'z1"t:t Sq'-a Alf-'c Irrlzw FRANK SCHOLN, Lead, Afccunlmq, Svgmo Alpha fpsvlcm, Della Sagma Pu, Phu Mu Alpha, lfgppg IcpguQf1v,'Wl,l::j IOHALD SCHCLHLVUI I-c-'v I: Ga-u':I L:-rn THF: Y-40011 S-gr-f: 7: MAFGAIIT SCHUMACHII, Armour, Uuuneu Edpgg. har AEM: lf Uc'!: 71C"'r:c F1 U:'lr!-g C15 MATT SCNUMACHU, Suu Falla, lu:-Mu lducohcn, Kappa Alpha Thclo, IATHUIHI SISSLU Tn:-f Aw: L?Ql'LP,'-Cf:-1 AEN: TNF: JOHN SHULD, Sclrm, Sp-QNN, Della Tau Dcllc, Swbbard and llodc, Trad. 'Nfl' HOHNAID SNQBVALTII- AE-f'.1rc', lux-agp JOHN SIVVSCW, V:f':" l"x':-'1, Yr.-7 Dc"-t':'x 'Kev-:' Cla? JA'-'IS SUITH, Vllclrll, Gfvcral luzmqgq lg-pq Ting Pj' D:l:!gr1vSggf!:vf 5-1 I5:!r IIS SMITH Mdqlri- Afwrv?':'g. fx IH: PM IAAUUIUJ SOIINSOH. Pnqrvfi Enghgh' Pl Hglg Ph., Cn-dv. Mafia' lncfflil'-'1r'x Cfv:Pc N:1:"f. VWF, Af:-L: L.:-bf: Defi: NANCY STAITIIE, wlC'Cvf1LbCLfl. Stcvclanql Tmmmg, Kgppq Alg-be Tldc, lls:-'rc FP' fllDSTilCl,S::.lF:'Ex,Cu:1:-gu,Gc:A:gv Chl, Iirvvsn Club AA -.marins f- P A- ' I A I ' if wp, 1 I ff' 1 f f 1 it X ' ' wf X V W ,xh f za V Q3,c..,. 5, " ' f ! I ly . - 1 fa 'Z . 3 1 , 1 1 164' 'ezj1j'gf2'-', 2 N, 7, ,y,,,. V19 ., V 14- 1.1, 4 4, 3' S .af . - 'isjf' V' -sfifhzff 4 - 9 . . 5 61 7' fi? K 1 1 I if ii 2 A' ,.,,: ilm, CHUCK STETSON, Yankton, Physical Education, Beta Theta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Student Senate, Student Body Vice-President, l.el'termen's Club. HOWARD STODDARD, Plankinton, Social Work, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, IFC. ROGER STOLZE, Sioux Falls, Radio En- gineering, Engineering Club, Wesley Club, Amateur Radio Club. PHYLLIS SULLIVAN, Madison, Sociology, Alpha Xi Delta, Newman Club. RUSSELL TARVER, Aberdeen, Psychology, SCA, Roger Williams Club. KATHERINE TELKEN, Jamestown, N. D., Medical Tech- nology, USD Christian Fellowship. JIM TIEDE, Mitchell, Accounting, Beta Theta Pi. NORMAN THORSON, Artesian, Psychology, Speech Club, LSA. MARIAN TITUS, Martin, Elementary Education, PWF, Choir. JAMES ULVOG, Centerville. EARL VAN GERPEN, Tyndall, General Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Tau Kappa Alpha, Speech Club, Young Republicans, Roger Williams Club. MEREDITH VISNOW, Sioux City, la., Joumalism- English, Chi Omega, Zeta Phi Eta, Tau Kappa Alpha, Volante, Newman Club. BOB VOLDEN, Sioux Falls, Journalism, Lambda Chi Alpha, Coyote Editor, Volante, Publications Board. DAVID VROOMAN, St. Louis, Mo., Government, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GEORGE WALLER, Sioux City, la., Advertising Art, Delta Chi, Pershing Rifles. IIJAH MAE WARNER, Kimball, Spanish, Alpha Xi Delta, Phi Sigma Iota, Newman Club, Radio Guild, Radio Workshop. CARLEEN WAUGH, Sioux City, la., Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Choir. EUGENE WERTMAN, Aberdeen, Business, Phi Delta Theta. MARY JEAN WHITING, Sioux Falls, English-Journalism, Kappa Alpha Theta, Guidon, Phi Sigma Iota, KUSD, Volante. TODD WILLY, Madison, Speech, Alpha Tau Omega, Tau Kappa Alpha, Speech Club, Debate. LESTER WILSON, Winner, Marketing, Marketing Club. CAROL WITT, Butler, Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Theta, Guidon, Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, LSA, Home Economics Club, Panhellenic, Shifters. LYLE WOOD, Hill City, Accounting, Delta Sigma Pi. 45 ' 6- pn. 4.....Qa-4...-4,4 --L--4A-------- - JU IDRS 'N ' ' I 3 I - I X X as I :Uh Pt w 1 ,. ' 3 0- 5.1 ll-UCI ALLKN, Vern-Ilmn, he Mcd, lilo TM-lo PI IILL ANDEISON, Drodvuod, Plc Luv, Della Tau Oclva,StroIIer1, EMIL AND!!- SON, Vern-ll.:-H, Atcounhnq, Phu lla Svqmo JACQUILINE ANDIKSON, Abudccn, flcmcnlory fducolnon, Pu Isla Phu, Wesley Club, load, Mdpwtllt, I-llc Club, KUSD, Young lepublncons. JIM ANDIISON, lapel Cvlw, luuncu Law, Ssqmo Alpha fpulon LEO ANDEISON, Mllboni, lulmcu GAIY IALLOU, Abudnn, Inn-use Low, Svqmo Alpha lpn-lon, Newman Club, Young Den-oooh LAWIINCI IALTZII, Scollond, Muuc fducohon, Alpha Tau O0 e, Kappa Kappa hu, Ph- Mu Alpha, MINC, land U-nnogrv CHAILIS IASSITT, Abcldnn, Jcumolum, lelo Theta Pu LlLANO IARS, Vern-ll-on, Appl-nd Sona, S-gmc Thelo lpn-lon, Cho-r H.AlVIN IIILQ Nur, Cglul, Yvg M4-dl Della Tag Dfllq LAIIY IIAUDIH, Chnl-nbnlqm, Acccunlmq, Mrnglyx, Nqvmon Club CAIOL IINSON, Oval, NUM lcomzw-cu, Kappa YM, Wnlu ?lanrv1,VW'uln Club, SCA, WAA, Home lccncrmu Club DAVE IIINAID, Uk Ye,-nl, Luv-5.69 CM Alg-bg, Hn lla S.gmQ Neva-gn Cub MAX IIYIE, Chcurv, louvncl-mm, Lambda Ch- Alpha, Volonlc, Cvyole, Hm-rn, llNll IOWDIN, lcfulc-rd, llff'P'CFllCV'! l6.cchc-vu P: his PM, lrlo Al:-No Hu DCIlO,OYChl1'lC, Bond, illlc Club, FWF MAIY ANN IOYLIS lcrllcv, l.K1"fll finals:-, 71 frfa H1 VYILLIAU l5ANDU1lUlG, Huvcn, Spfqqh, Thclu XI, DAVID IIUCE' Sues: fella 'vc Utd A':-is Tau Ofwge IITTI IILNI, Ofcvo, lc, P.:v-ru fduahzfn, Aly-is Hu, P1Orm-gg Pl, Spool Board WIL. UAH IUIGLSS, Slu'1'l Co-nrcvcfcl Afl, This II, CF:-wx DO?-HA lUlP4l.TTl, Scli-y, luvau: lducol-an, P: Ornqga Pa, Young lg. g-ukl-can, Cc-vow, LSA, SCA DON IUXTO-an S13-.1 lglil Ugvicl,-g Dfllg Tc. Dflc, lFC,Shf41g-1 IOGII CHIATHAPJ, Wolrrlzwn. ACCUUFKYIHQ4 Og-lla Tau Dqlig, CONNII CLAIN Ycvilsn, llcnulcn lduczhzrr PI lrlc PM, FWF Cifqtle, Ill: Clit- GAIUS CLAIX, Lcud, PIC-M-fd, Svgmo Theta lpulam, PM Tcg S-gms VHILLIAV COACHII CP:Pv5w'lc P, In ren Lev, Dcifc Tzu Dclfo SHIILIY COI, Cuxlu, luunzu fdvco- hol, flllPtfi1,CC104LAl:-F5 Lsvtdc Dcl1.:,l:rf,CP:n, rw! L16 1. I I a.', X I I 'vpn- K! ,f .... Uxfffyl 1 I? f gf . X ,, f 1 V ff f 25: 2 , 5, X f 1 nf. fini pry. lllui ' A' ' 'F' 1 I iw. .. '5- ,' , ,ff 4 Zn- I I U- I K at x , A, r fb ' , I V, J 1 7 A X, I ,f ,ig ,y , cl ., " A s FW .,f. , ' ,ll i gk V x h y g yu , Y si A ll A I 3 xl lr' Q,' 'V st gg .0 '+ as - Bi X 1 IV X - ,. fi, g 2 VV xx I, K ,, E xfyv , V . . I I y J , , . g I! v 6 mi ,. X ' K , ' ,A g m,b.A x 3' H Q It 1: I . li S s.sffs.X.l EARL COOK, Platte, General Business, Alpha Tau Omega, PWF. GORDON COTE, Portland, Me., Government, Alpha Tau Omega, PWF, Political Science League, BARBARA COLVIN, Vermillion, Journalism-English, Kappa Alpha Theta, Guidon, Pres. AWS. MARY ANN DAHL, Vermillion, Radio, Zeta Phi Eta, Radio Guild, Radio Workshop, Speech Club, Orchestra, Cheerleaders, Newman Club, Hm-m, Young Democrats. JOHN DALTON, Akron, Ia., Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, Dakotans, Scabbard and Blade, Newman Club. EILEEN DOLAN, Beresford, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Newman Club, Modern LanguagaCIub, Rifle Club. ROBERT DOLAN, Beresford, Pre-Med, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Newman Club. DORLA DRIES, Sturgis, Music Education, Alpha Phi, Band President, Choir, Orchestra, Newman Club, Student Senate, Mu Phi Epsilon, MENC, Dolphins, WAA, Beta Alpha Nu Delta. BETTY DUE, Sioux Falls, Radio, Alpha Phi, Coyote, Hm-m, Radio Guild, Newman Club. MARY JEAN DUNN, Mitchell, Business, Kappa Alpha Theta, Newman Club, Coyote, Radio Workshop. BEVERLY EDSON, Sioux Falls, Dramatic Art-Speech, Chi Omega, Pi Epsilon Delta, Play- crafters. RICHARD ENRIGHT, Sioux Falls, Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta, Newman Club, Coyote. VICKIE ERICKSON, Garretson, Elementary Education, Chi Omega, Hm-m, Choir. ORPHA FAHRENWALD, Conde, Piano-Music Educa- tion, Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Phi, Wesley Club, Guidon, MENC, DONALD FAIRBANKS, Vermillion, Geology, Beta Theta Pi, Geology Club. BETTY FIDELER, Sioux Falls, Alpha Xi Delta, SCA. ARDITH FISCHER, Wakefield, Nebr., Alpha Xi Delta. HARRIET FISCHER, Wakefield, Nebr., Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Coyote, WAA, Rifle Club. LEROY FITZGERALD, Redfield, Accounting, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Wesley Club, Wesley Players. PAUL FLANAGAN, Huron, Advertising Art, Delta Tau Delta. STEPHEN FLYNN, Pickstawn, Zoology, Minskys, Chemistry Club. JAMES FRANCIS, Philip, Pre-Dentistry, Delta Tau Delta, FWF, Band, Chorus, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha. HOWARD FULWEILER, Yankton, English, Delta Tau Delta, Eta Sigma Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Canterbury Club. LEONARD GALLOWAY, Huron, Psychology, Choir. KEITH GARDNER, Worthing, Radio, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Psi Omega, Pi Kappa Delta, KUSD, Plays, Speech Club. MARILYN GEORGE, Huron, Social Work, Pi Beta Phi. CHARLES GEPPERT, Vermillion, Pre-Med, Beta Theta Pi, Newman Club, Modem Languages Club. RICK GEREAU, Jefferson, Radio, Delta Tau Delta, KUSD, Sports Director. JEAN GILBERT, Sioux City, la., Kappa Alpha Theta, Rifle Club, Choir. GORDON GRAFF, Sioux Falls, General Business, Phi Delta Theta. 47 ABB... JU IORS T, , 4, . wc- N. 'I ali hi fx. v' A . 1 Q , H, Q. . J 2. 9- 4- 5 I 4 5 9 zv ' ' ., IQ' '., X "' A I P' mx -D 1 "" 0- N A-I N 'V by , 'J I - -f- X w , -A A , f' 4 u- " S.. . OIAN GIAHAV, Cumzioic Acccunl-HQ, DrIlO Tau Ocllo RUTH GlUfHfWALD,Ccr1uco,Uuxmrnfducohcw1,CI'uOmr9o,Co'yoM', AWS, Idle Club JAN! GUHOIRSONI C4-rm-nlllr, Med Tech Zoology, Kappa Alpha Theta, Zclo Phu Elo, ho Sigma Phu, Ploycrnhcn, Nev- mon Cfub JACK HAMILTON S-ful fall: Mmiflmql Drlm Tau Delia ALLAN HAMMIF, Shrvmon FI'1u1coI fdufchfn, Lambda CIM Alpha LOIEN HAAAIII VoIgg, Accognlmgl DQHQ Sigma fl, Nu Afghg Mu, LSA HAROLD HANSOH, H41-.n. NqII'arrnchf:, OQIIQ Tou DCIUQ, Varuly Mqnggn MIILI HANSINI Vfun-Ihqn, lducohgn Sc-:vol Slgdng VIRGINIA HARFU1, S-,un foils, Soc-ol Wcri, Koppc Phu, Roger W-Illeml Club DONALD HIC! llrvrf, G:-nv-mn! Low SIC'I0 Hilo fgwif,-y FIM Us S:-c Ff'l-Lal Snrnse Lfsqur IAMLS HIGDAHL, Wlnlred, Acuvl-P: 'J-:Hz Africa hvlrf IIC, LSA LAVHKINCI HILVYIG, 'hchirr F-rrfhv Nr-r-an CHI- IAWICI HILDIBRAND, Slurgrs, lads: S:-frzi' LSA AICHAFD HOCIETT, Sr:,l fqfI1,Mgdnqunr' D4-Iva TC. itll: FICHAED HOGANCA'-'P' Ihvbbd, IQ, fduiqllon, UAIYI NOLCQATI Upf'-fir S'-cvgi 'A-'S Ifgfgg A':J1 TM-!34 H- r- IL'-Inf HOFFILL lvfv'mQ5.'n, In Med, 2:10 Thqlo Pl HOUCI, Geuubug L.:-ez: Lzv IH: TFH: I FLTN P'O'v"l-LT 1-.u Frm fr!-'-'nv Keg:-a Afgho -If-fI0,0lChC1'lO, Dolphmg, VHAA, LIT: CHF H:-r lf'-'C"f: C .I LCITI HI IIIILS 'WCW in-V Hrf Tr:F, Aff: PM HCFA JIAH HYDI, VCIHIIIIITU, H:-he !CI'PCP'Cl,CL'C"?1C, H:-r fc:-:-'-vs: C .E AUC! IISIN N 5--'3 I.: -rn ff.::' '- CL' C'rg: LCA AAS I4'v r' zz L-El-'xl I-IUCN I-'..v4', Flhnfccl Humhon, Alpha Tau C9453 DCFOTHY Wff-fC'1, C:":' ft.c:"" 71 FH: 7' UA, U' 'I' ': CL' V, 5 I P CLI, C'-ZR OOFOTHY JAQUITH, Vu- r-IT'-:Q-, Lek' AEP: 110: ': A':-L: L:-ff: Cr ': I': 1:-': 7" 5'1r' 'W ' :"z CLE, ZCA. LSD CHYYLIICH Fcllovzhlp ROBERT JAVIS, Y:'Ur-' A:-:"r5 Saw'-cr IC'-'-'E JINH'-, Af -3':-, E'c"r-':f1 Ef.::' 1-1, CL' C"cg:, C:-yur, Fuflc CIub, FWF, I 1 -J . V 'I 1 Aw, , -r x 'f ' 2 fi. -.fag ii? w:a'.V?,,. , we 5 so I ' ,, 1 5 , Xe ' Q H 51"11'g:1 1 - V ' In ' I gf 11-Z . 1. Q 'S , ,. . 1:33. it - ly, ' izgr ' , Lf My g ww, i . 1 , X M A I V., R ,. , AA fx 4, A .. . M ,:.,.f,a :aa A- 4-:Pr - 'z ' -1-:,':.1:a,a.::v.a+ ' 1' is-.,...,.,.,,.,,.1..a.a S.ff'f I I j . 1 " n , . is v. -,a.a-a.,.:.:a: q ..-a i Q0 S 1fEff"j as ' ' vig '?,-yi, ,. 5- W. L, 2 Jigs Q W. is f , ,, , 55. 3 E , . , tw: 11- L-.1.54j.,. , ' :A" 3 ' 1 I 5,1 sa, 'fifiazaazc a . f f- - 3, -az.-I 1.3:-:' f ...... 1 0 1 ia v J YK 'IXBX I 4' 'K , y ,, , 'i:ggm,.,,,: I G ig-:fs if A s 7 D af' A W. i f za fi :E -' .jz',l,: 2 X - .ff-21-Msf -- 'QS I ""' . GEORGE JENSEN Ra i i M rk ' B Theta Pi. PAUL JENSEN, Arlington, Pre-Med, Lambda Chi Alpha, LSA. BARRETT JONES , , p d C ty, a etlng, eta , Sloux Falls, Government, Alpha Tau Omega, Newman Club, Political Science League, Young Republicans. RICHARD KALLESTAD, Sioux Falls, Accounting, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Eta Sigma. MARLENE KAPP, Sioux Falls, Music Education, MENC, Kappa Phi, Rifle Club, Chalr, Non-Affiliated Coeds. MARVIN KROCHOCK, Watertown, Pre-Dentistry. JACK LAMOUREUX, Akron, Ia., Marketing, Lambda Chi Alpha, Student Business Ass'n. PAUL LARIVE, Hot Springs, Zoology, Delta Tau Delta. ILA LARSON, Rosholt, Home Economics, Choir, Home Economics Club. PATRICIA LAVIER, Deadwood, Advertising Art, ?:li C:,Ub,hKapl:i?HPhi. NANCY LEES, Aberdeen, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, KUSD, Choir. DALE LETHCOE, Yankton, Manufacturing -1 ers ing l es. WALT LEYSE, Sioux Falls, Accounting, Delta Tau Delta. ELAINE LIPELT, Freeman, Home Economics, Gamma Delta, Home Economics Club, CIIOIY. MARILYN LLOYD, Vermillion, English-Speech, Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, PWF, Vice-Pres. Panhellenic Council, Sec. Student Senate, Ass't Bus, Man. Volante, Coyote. ROBERT LOCKE, Flandreau, Business Law, Delta Sigma Pi, SCA, PWF, Choir. 'TA I-OE. Haasaa, Music Education, Alpha xl Delta, MENC, Mu Phi Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, valaafa, Band, Orchestra, chair, Pwr. OSCAR LOE, Hudson, Music Education, Theta Xi, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, PWF, MENC, Phi Eta Sigma, Band, Orchestra, Choir. JOHN LOHRE, Vermillion, Applied Science, Beta Theta Pi, Student Body President, Student Senate, IFC. DELBERT LOWE, Aberdeen, Zoology, Phi Delta Theta. BURTON McDONALD, Vermillion, Government-Law, Alpha Tau Omega. SHIRLEY MACY, Vermillion, Ele- mentary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Phi, Coyote. JACK MAYER, Yankton, Chemistry, Delta Tau Delta, Chemistry Club. RICHARD MEAD, Vermillion, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES MENGENHAUSER, Plankinton, Chemistry, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, Newman Club, Chemistry Club. ROLAND MENK, Round Lake, Minn., Accounting. MARILYN MILLER, Verdon, Journalism, Alpha Phi, Hm-m, Volante, Student Union Bd., WAA. ROGER MILLER, Davis, Radio, Tau Kappa Alpha, KUSD, Speech Club. VIRGINIA MILLIKEN, Sioux Falls, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Zeta Phi Eta, Coyote, PWF, Orchestra, Choir. DON MILLS, Aberdeen, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 49 li 'V x 'XM 'VKX X Za. lg' I, , .x ,gf if I 59:4 - 5g1,..:,a - 5 ..:::,l- , fill? 1' My . -,ga.:l., K , 1 I 13325 . f in I ' I 'M f ff V' Q05 Y' 'f it 0. V V X f 5 'V , .. X 1 z K V tax, , . FMF' "W 31 2frf":'..2 1 iff. fl Fa .Y fy' ' ' .- ' . .53 .I 4 ,zubfg Q Q -' -,:,:,jE.5- AI: igikf gl- ' 'g g f I x.. L, ,r I, yi, Z, 0, l qivv.--Oli!-at-v-nv-.pair-' " "' l '15 A If i JU IORS ' I y y i 4: K.. e y . M I 5' , i s ,. i X i E . cf . 'X i,N.n6. 0 K 4 - X - s gf , l M gxPl Q., ts C. Y'- r -I I li LJ aw 5 QI h,:N b as V- to v DENNY MOIR, Sioux City, la,, Physical Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Mu Alpha, Choir, WILLIAM MORFELD, Freeman, Zoology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Delta. DAVID MORRILL, Sturgis, Business, Theta Xi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Speech Club, KUSD, Student Senate, Wesley Club, Inter-Fraternity Council. SILAS MORRISON, Eufclwr Calil , French, Wesley Players, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Mercuric. MARY MUMFORD, Howard, Government, Alpha Phi, Zeta Phi Eta, Tau Kappa Alpha, Guidon, SCA, WAA, Political Science League, Speech Club, Canterbury Club, Young Republicans. GRANT NEWMAN, Gettysburg, Music Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Mu AlPl"-'lf PII' Eta Sigma, Kappa Kappa Psi, Bond Publicity Manager. SALLY OLSON, Vermillion, Spanish, Pi Beta Phi, Guidon, Band, Phi Sigma Iota, CQYON Co Assistant Editor, University Social Chairman, PWF, Beta Alpha Nu Delta. GENE OSMAN Huron Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Strollers. ROBERT OTTO, Watertown, Physical Education, Football. ROBERT OURSLAND, Wakonda, Zoology, Chemist'Y Club, LSA, Minslys, JOHN PAPPA5. Sioux City, Ia., Mathematics, Phi Delta Theta. JOHN PEDERSON, Elk Point, Physical Education, Alpha Tau Omega. PAUL VUUSON. Pallet, Radio, Alpha Tau Omega, Coyote, Radio Workshop. DARWIN PETERSON, Ipswich, Applied Science, Sigma Alpha Epsiloal BMICHAEL PHOTIADES, Mason City, Ia., Law. PAT PORTER, Clarion, la., Physical Education, Phi Delta Theta, Football, New- IHOH U , 90N POTTBATZ. Flandrcou, Government, Choir, PWF, Political Science League. MARTIN PREDOEHL, Wall, Physics, Phi Eta Sigma. :3g4EiY ITITCHARD, Watertown, Dramatic Arts, Chi Omega,y Zeta Phi Eta, National Collegiate Players, Playcrafters,bCanterbury Club. ASCII. M'l'0Ukff. Witt, General Business, Delta Sigma Pi, Minsltys. JIM REDFIELD, Sioux Falls, Marketing, Sigma AIPIW EDIIICH. HAROLD RICE, Hudson, Journalism, Pershing Rifles, Coyote Business Manager. EONAL? RICHMOND, 5P'o'l'5I'- Gfflfml BUWICH, Delta Sigma Pi ROGER RISTY Brandon Music Education Alpha Tau 0m090 KUPPU 'PW "r 005. Ph' Uv AIPIWO. MENC. NORVEN ROGGEN, Boyden, lo., Journolisin, Alpha'Tau Omega, Mdnaging Editor at tlolante, 5"-ft" S'-W URBAN ROUSE. Rap-d C-rv, Psychology Alpha xi outa, zero Phi Era, Newman Club, ARTHUR SCHANCHE, Ames, lo. 105097. Delta Tau Delta, Strollers. ROGER SCHIAGER, Sioux Falls, Government, Political Science League. 50 vi ...X e h il, 420, v , We 'D I fi , f I I 56, W, ,yr fm , , y . Zlii M A s., 1- i .5 E A Z' Xi , ,M , 3 I Gi I ' I if r ' 'VZ X P 4 ,yan ,513 ,,. 4' rf.. 3 . . , isis ' .1 I 213 -. xv if? ' r af 3 fi". - Yr it 5 ,,,,A,v .i :Q - x R AVA. by X V .1 i . SE -Ffh BARBARA SCHMIDT, Vermillion, English, Pi Beta Phi, Zeta Phi Eta, Eta Sigma Phi, Coyote, Guidon, Radio Guild. JIM SCHMIDT, Huron, General Business, Delta Tau Delta. JAMES SCHUMACHER, Rapid City, Pre-Law, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARILYN SCHU- MACHER, Rapid City, Pre-Business, Pi Beta Phi. WILLIAM SCHUMACHER, Doland, Zoology, Wesley Club, Sigma Theta Epsilon. CAROL SEACAT, Alexandria, Music Education, Chi Omega, MENC, Mu Phi Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Phi, Wesley Club, SCA. SAM SECHSER, Sioux Falls, Business Law, Alpha Tau Omega, Speech Club, Volante, Newman Club, Coyote. PAUL SELBY, Parker, Bus- iness Administration. MAUREEN SISSON Sioux Falls Secretarial Trainin Al ha Phi Zeta Phi Eta Student Business Ass'n JOHN I 1 91 P 1 1 - SLATTERY, Sioux Falls, Education. CLINTON SMALL, Akron, la., Marketing, Student Business Ass'n. CLAY SMEBAKKEN, Hot Springs, Government, Delta Tau Delta. LORRAINE SMITH, Vermillion, Elementary Education, Chi Omega, Kappa Phi. RICHARD SMITH, Alexandria, Radio, Newman Club, Speech Club, Radio Guild, KUSD, Young Republicans, Radio Workshop. CRAIG STAUDENBAUR, Jefferson, Minn., Philosophy, Wesley Club, USD Christian Fellowship. ZIGRIDIS STEINBERGS, Vermillion, French, Phi Sigma Iota, Modern LanguagesClub. DEAN SUMNER, Watertown, History, Delta Tau Delta. JOYCE SWAB, Huron, Journalism, Pi Beta Phi, Volante, PWF, Coyote. ROBERT SWANSON, Sioux Falls, Government-Law, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Student Senate, Political Science League, IFC, Phi Eta Sigma. BRUCE SYRING, Alpena, Accounting, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Theta Epsilon. CONNIE TAPLETT, Mitchell, Math, Alpha Phi, Band, Alpha Lambda Delta. JAMES TAYS, Gettysburg, Physical Education, Basketball, Track, Intramural Board. JOANN TREN- KER, Irene, Music Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Beta Alpha Nu Delta, MENC, Band, Choir. WAYNE UFFORD, Vermillion, Music Educa- tion, Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, MENC, Band, Orchestra, Choir. JAMES ULVOG, Wakonda, Business Law, LSA. JOAN VAUGHN, Wessington, English, Pi Beta Phi, Zeta Phi Eta, Guidon, PWF, SCA, Choir. KENT VERMILYEA, Mitchell, Business Law, Delta Sigma Pi, Choir, Speech Club. LYLE WAGNER, Elk Point, General Business, Phi Delta Theta, JAMES WARING, Vermillion, General Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FRED WEMMERING, Holabird, General Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Track, Pershing Rifles, Rifle Club. 51 Q .25 . x iff , ' '.. ' fi, , 5 ., :P . ft-2.1 . . ,aj i, Q f 5 A . Il 1 'L 4 ' 'Ili fn 7' SEEYLR sq 5- N. lr lf -1 JAMES WELTEI, Huron, Pre-Med, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, MARILYN WERTH, Aberdeen, Accounting, Kappa Alpha Theta, Student ' TMORE Na crvillc, lll., Sociology, Kappa Alpha Theta, Rifle Club, Dolphins, WAA, luunen Au n, Coyote, Volante, FWF. ANN WHI , p Coyote, Hm-rn. JANET WILDS, Sioux Falls, Sociology, Alpha Xi Delta, Rifle Club, Newman Club. IERT WILLIAMS, Vermillion, Accounting. SHERMAN WINCE, Dupree, Marketing, Delta Sigma Pi. SARAH WINTER, Vermillion, Englnh-loumalrun, Kappa Alpha Theta, Zeta Phi Eta, Guidon, Editor Volante, Student Senate, LSA. LAVONNE YEADO, Vermillion, ' ' ' b P h II ic. JERRY YOUNG, Deadwood, Accounting, Theta Xi, lamina Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, Newman Clu , an e en Canterbury Club. WILLIAM ZAAYER, Sioux Falls, Pre-Med, Lambda Chi Alpha, Choir. 52 nw 5 il. X. 4 ii 7. 17' x l l l iii CHAR Falls, Madisi HOW! ROBE RUSS Rifles Rldio CONl ment Euiir Dent HIC! WIL Sing Milf BUF LEE lm T39 wi 5 ., '73 fl . sf f SCDPHOMCDRES ,,,., ,W ' X'--M! f ff. . .. I .,J..v,,f-w.,x....- f, ' 1-.Q - , g,f3ff,.'f,ge2gy,, ' 4 . ' ,,AA 1 M s.g5,fM...3c1,..,,Q . 1. :ZH ,ju , fic., zf,4,Zy,,I,3,v,g, A, 11,333 3, , J --.Mg-WM f , f , . ,.,..,.,,U.,.,l i VW W, Q il 1 I , "" 2 ' , 9'--. f f - fiif f ' 7 N ."y '7-C , 'M 7 Q 1... 4 it ifws I ' as 'I Y, . ,7 Qi 15-ff ii?" ' A - sf v 5 . fi fi! 147 Q. ' 7 f' I , , ,VV W. 45, A 2 I ,X V I i ig '71, L ', f2Q0'7f Q, i ,Many .' mwwd' , A I , M 'Y ? ,z .J W .Q I R ' ' f f . -ns., K 'Q 95 , .N V, mi If-f,, W9 'PV ., - . ,I .1 5 .,, , I jx 'cv ,' t T W Q , . r sg .f ' Zffi , 2-:. M' ,'-Ilffijf .. .. I + ' " ' ' f , 2 l. f , , . ,4 ffm Mn, ,,,, g,,,.! ,Q-,.,,. , , 4 ..! vv f -' -nf '-' 9 5:2 1, WI vm 1 , " iw 4 Z' . .Ha f I - 74'-.' fp, , . ,KWH , V: 21 ,L N lb .za ?.V. i 1 ' . ,. . V , X741 '."" ' V ' I 3 A 4 3 I. Q ll 4 I , , . vfl 'V 1 - 'sr I " W ' " L I ' E E7 , A ,.., , Il 1' . , 'Q I , . , . . ff' E, , ,. , , .V 2 , A l 1 - -, 2121 - ,., f' A I .I 1-. ' f f f CHARLOTTE AHLGRIM, Vermillion, Elementary Education. CAROL ALLEN, Huron, Home Economics. COURTNEY ANDERSON, Sioux Falls, Pre-Med, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SIGRID ANDERSON, Jefferson, Business, Chi Omega, Newman Club, Coyote. JEANNE AISTRUP, Madison, Business Law, Choir. HOWARD ANDERSON, Vermillion, Physical Education, Phi Delta Theta. ROBERT ARMSTRONG, Vermillion, Physical Education, Choir. ROBERT BALDWIN, Custer, Physics, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Choir. KENNETH BARKEMA, Raymond, Accounting. RUSS BAUER, Vermillion, Mathematics, Beta Theta Pi. DICK BEATTY, Sioux Falls, Lambda Chi Alpha, Newman Club, Pershing Rifles. HARRY BENNETT, Applied Science, Theta Xi, Engineers Club. DORIS BENSON, Sioux Falls, Business, Kappa Alpha Theta, Radio Workshop, Dolphins. CONNIE JO BERGQUIST, Mitchell, Public School Art, Alpha Phi, Cheerleader, Newman Club. MARLIS BJORKMAN, Arlington, Ele- mentary Education, Chi Omega. MARY BLAIR, Madison, Chemistry, Newman Club, Chemistry Club. BEN BLUMENTHAL, Rapid City, Business, Delta Tau Delta. GRACE BORMANN, Stickney, Elementary Education. Kappa Phi. BRUCE BOSWORTH, Plankinton, Pre- Dental, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RICHARD BOTTOLFSON, Vermillion, General Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Sigma Pi, Band. MICHAEL BOTTUM, Sturgis, Pre-Med, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM BRADY, Custer, Business Law. JOAN BRISTOW, Mission, Business, Chi Omega, Coyote, Newman Club. CHARLES BROWN, Sioux Falls, General. BILL BRYANT, Canton, Government, Delta Tau Delta, Political Science League, Band. FRANCIS BUCKMEIER, Mitchell, Geology, Beta Theta Pi. JOANNE BURGES, Milbank, Journalism, Alpha Phi, Band, Volante, Coyote, Hm-m, KUSD. EDWARD BURIAN, Kimball, General Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Band, Newman Club. HAROLD CAHOY, Mitchell, Pre-Med, Beta Theta Pi. LES CARLSEN, Mitchell, Dramatic'Ar't, Beta Theta Pi, Playcrafters. MARY CHAUSSEE, Elk Point, Business, Alpha Phi, Band, Cheer- leader. RICHARD CHILSON, Sioux City, Ia., Pre-Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROGER CHRISTENSEN, Sioux Falls, Pre'Med, Delta Tau Delta. BOB CLARK, Rapid City, Business Law, Beta Theta Pi. JACK CONWAY, LeMars, la., Accounting, Beta Theta Pi. LYLE COONRADT, Madison, Business Administration. ROBERT COREY, Beresford, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Newman Club. 53 ' ,j , V '.a-lata' i ' V' I .fi -g. - ,, ,A ',. ..-.-.r soPHoMoRE ff' 55, .i. an -.1 . -. .. '-: 0 5: TT ' w ' Fw ' C'7T',Z" A-Q 'XJ fs , ei , Xu l ' FC ' 1 -at l 2 in.. CHARLES COUREY, Lennox, Business Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DENIS CUKA, Wagner, Pre-Med. JOAN DALTON, Akron, la., Modern Languages, Pi Beta Phi, Newman Club, Young Democrats. DORA LEE DELZELL, Vermillion, Education, Alpha Phl. RODCI' Wll' liams Club, SCA. JOHN DENNISON, Jefferson, Business, Beta Theta Pi. JIM DEVETTER. Watertown. Busineu Administration, Newman Club, Choir. CECIL DODSON, Sturgis, Chemistry, Theta Xi, ACS' Choir. DOROTHY LEE DYER, willow Lake, Marketing, Alpha Xi Delta, Choir, PWF, Rifle Club, Howlettes, Coyote. SHEILA ENG- LUND, Vermillion, French, Alpha Lambda Delta, Hm-m. BEVERLY ERICKSON, Sioux City, la., Secretarial Training, Pi Beta Phi, Dol- phins, Newman Club. RICHARD ERICKSON, Sioux Falls, Marketing, Delta Tau Delta, Choir. SHIRLEY ERICSON, Elk Point, Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Cheerleader, KUSD. CENEVIE ERNST, Murdo, Pre-Med, Band, Beta Alpha Nu Delta, Gamma Delta. SANDRA ESPE. Sioux Falls, Med-cal Technology, Pi Beta Phi, Canterbury Club. ROBERT EVERHART, Moville, Ia., Applied Science. Engineering Club. JAMES FORSTER, Salem, Music, Alpha Tau Omega, Band, Orchestra, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu AlDl'l3i cheer' leader Capt. Newman Club. JACK FREEO. Carthage, Advertising Art, Lambda Chi Alpha, Choir. JACK FRITTS, Mitchell, Journalilmi Volante. CARROLL GERLACH, Rapid City. Medical Technology, Howlettes, PWF. MARY LOU GILFILLAN, Rapid CRY. P"C'l-iw' Ralf Club. Howlctttl. PWF, Political Science League. BILL GRAHAM, Salem, Business Law. JOHN GRAHAM. Salem. Pre-Med. NDN-1 Thu Ofneca. Cheerleader. LOIS GREENOUGH, Sioux Falls, Elementary Education, Alpha Phil COYOQU- K-'Dba Phi. Choir. WAA. Rifle Club. TED C-UNDERSON, Centerville, Business. ART HAGEN, Hot Springs, Pre-Med. Siima Theta Epsilon. Band. Wesley Cliih. ROBERT HAMILL, Sioux City, Ia., Pre-Med, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DONNA HANSEN, Sioux Falls, Arts A Science. BERNADINE HARGREAVES, Stickney, Elementary Education, Kappa Phi. JOHN HARVIE, Riverside, lll., Busintll- RICHARD HASVOLD. Flandfrau. DONALD HATHAWAY. Sioux City, la.. Chemistry, Chemistry Club, Newman Club. JUDITH HAUFFE. Vermillion. Radio. Howlettrs. LSA. Radio Workshop. VELOY HAWKEY. Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Kappa Alpha Theta. KUSD- V'NCENT HENDERSON- p"'!"" pmvffli Ef7llf4l'0"-Del?-1 T-H1 Delta. Track. JACQUELINE HEPPER, Mobridge, Secretarial Training. Kappa Alpha Thi-ta. Coyote. LSA, Hm.m, PAT HILLERY, Deadwood. Languages-Spanish, Chi Omega. Wesley Club, Ass't Bus. Manager Hm-rn. Coyote. Maiorette. KLJSD. Dramatics. MARCY HJERMSTAD, Watertown, Education, Rifle Club, Cheerleader, LSA. 54 s l K I i t V '- i l Y l 1 MAllll WILL! mu, JOHN Econoi JOYCI MENC ROY Baile Med, JOSE mem, llenn LAM LURF STE DOT Chi WLS 0me JIM lllc viii Alli 0m 5 I P' 5 ? Ax fl , 'El lmou. MINI' 'Fl ,N Phi, Mgr Wll' I neu ,L SHEILAI - Bm Phil P' slemell-ffl Wmj DEW' pqinl. md gclenclv , APP . Alphli cheer W glitml then' Joum.L3IllI Cifir Pr' Phil H3 :lf Pwgioul Flu" 'sim avllnw' 0,144 HAKUSDI I Thdjtllrgilllllllr gflll Manila 1 W" lf ' , is t Xx FY: We -.-? 7 Q 'ff l W sff 5 ! f if is f f f ll 0 W2- I A ' ,f 9 ' ,,., 4 ' xml' , 1 ' X , i, , , I' . , l I f l 4 ax I fr ' 1 . r s , 2 9 , i . ,F C31 4 Q ,- , 9 -L ' , Qs fr we ff. f erm as '11-'W "wav ' , "-f' j.,"""'f, tiff " ' K . ga Q , E J -'A -- , 46:55 5:1 fu ' . Mg ' Q bis XZ ee,m f,.4. I ",'-at x . . MARILYN HOBBS, Yankton, Accounting, Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Publications Board, Make-Up Editor of Hm-m, Coyote. WILLARD HODGES, Erwin, Business, Beta Theta Pi, Coyote, PWF. PATTI HUGHES, Pipestone, Minn., Dramatic Art, Kappa Alpha Theta, Choir. JOHN HUNTER, Deadwood, Accounting, Canterbury Club. FRANK HYJEK, Sioux City, Ia., Business, Beta Theta Pi. JOHN IDEMA, Sheldon, Ia., Business, Alpha Tau Omega. JOYCE ANN JACOBSEN, Inwood, Ia., Home Economics, Rifle Club, Home Economics Club, LSA. JOYCE JAEGER, Vermillion, History, Pi Beta Phi. BETTY JOHNSON, Yankton, Voice, Alpha Phi, Beta Alpha Nu Delta, Band, Choir, MENC, Majorette. STANLEY JONES, Arlington, Pre-Med, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Wesley Club. DAVID JORGENSEN, Jefferson, Geology. ROY JURGENSEN, Sioux Falls, Business, Delta Tau Delta. LARRY KENNEDY, Storm Lake, Ia., Business Law, Phi Delta Theta, Track, Basketball. KATHRYN ANN KIEL, Huron, Music Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Newman Club, Choir. ROGER KLEIN, Hoven, Pre- Med, Newman Club. JOSEPH KLOCK, Sioux Falls, Chemistry, Alpha Tau Omega, American Chemical Society Affiliate. MARVIN KNl'l'I'EL, Dallas, Govern- ment, Delta Tau Delta, Gamma Delta. JOHN KOPLIN, Wessington Springs, Physical Education, Alpha Tau Omega, Football. AL KORN, Menno, Chemistry. VELMA KUCHTA, Yankton, Business Education, Alpha Phi, Gamma Delta, Band, Beta Alpha Nu Delta. LEROY LAMBRECHT, Lead, Zoology, Lambda Chi Alpha, Newman Club. BOB LARSON, Sioux Falls, Business-Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. LORAL LARSON, Vermillion, Elementary Education, Kappa Phi, Wesley Club. STEVE LEFEVRE, Brookings, Business Law, Delta Tau Delta. LEE LESHER, Mobridge, Social Work, Pi Beta Phi, Band, Coyote. CHARLES DOTY, Doland, Speech, Sigma Theta Epsilon. BETH LUND, Brookings, English, Choir. BRUCE LUSHBOUGH, Sturgis, Pre-Med, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Band, Basketball. RICHARD LYNCH, Albany, Calif., Business, Beta Theta Pi. BILL McBRlDE, Sioux City, Ia., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DENNIS McDONALD, Chamberlain, Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. JIM MCGLYNN, Sioux City, la., Government, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DOUGLAS McKENZIE, Sioux Falls, Business Law, Phi Delta Theta. MICKEY MCKEON, Rapid City, Secretarial Training, Pi Beta Phi, Coyote, Canterbury Club. LARRY MANN, Lennox, Business, Band. WILLIAM MARBLE, Flandreau, Chemistry, Wesley Club, Chemistry Club. DOROTHY MAULIS, Witten, Secretarial Training, Non- Affiliated Coeds. RAMONA MEMMER, Madison, Medical Technology, Chorus, Coyote. FRANK MEYER, Hudson, Pre-Med, Alpha Tau Omega, Choir. 55 1 1' x , ' Us 5 L L U 1 f 1 SCDPHOMORES l' --5 L - . . U P . I IE. I r -' gf XJ x.. .Ll ' . EJ 1 is Ev ,xii Q Cla., I .l , f tit.-ff, . illfll LAVON MICKELSON. Selby. English, Alpha Phi, Choir, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi, Howlettes, SCA, KUSD, Radio Guild, Volante, Coyote. WAA, Modern Languages Club, AWS. JIM MIDDLETON, Watertown, Business, Delta Tau Delta. FRANCES MILLER, Ethan, Business Education, Newman Cluh. BEVERLY MILLER, Sioux City, la., Physical Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Dolphins, Howlettes, Rifle Club, WAA. DONALD MILLER, Carthage. Radio, Lambda Chi Alpha, Engineering Club. MARILYN MILLER, Pierre. Art, Alpha Phi, Choir, Majorette, Coyote, WAA. PAT MILLER, Doland, English, Alpha Phi, Band, Choir, Wesley Cluh, Kappa Phi, WAA. Rifle Club, Hm-m, Beta Alpha Nu Delta. JERRY MOEN, Sioux Falls, Pre-Dental, Delta Tau Delta. MARGARET MONTGOMERY.W:tk0r1da, Business Education, Kappa Phi, Band. PAT MONTGOMERY, Sioux Falls, Education, Kappa AIDM Theta, WAA. JILL MOODIE, Lead, Secretarial Training, Pi Beta Phi, Band, Choir. PEGGY MOORE, Sioux Falls, Home Economics, pl Beta Phi, Dolphins. Choir. DICK MYCKA, Sioux City, Ia., Pre-Law, Beta Theta Pi. MICHAEL NAGLE, Sioux Falls, Pre-Law, Beta Theta Pi. GLORIA NANSON, Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Kappa Alpha The!-1. KUSD. WESLEY NELSON, Sioux Falls, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega. JANICE NEPSTAD, Mitchell, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante. Coyote. RICHARD OAKLAND, Vermillion, Social Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha. DENNIS OSCHNER. Herreid. Music, Alpha Tau Omega, Band, Choir, MENC. DELORES OLESON, Arlington, Social Work, Alpha Phi. WALBORG OLSEN, Rapid Clly. Elementary Education, Chl Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Coyote, PWF. WAYNE OLSON, Storm Lal-tr, la., Business Law, Phi Delta Theta, Basketball, Track. ALAN OSMANSON, Vermillion, Radio Ef1Qll'ICCf'if10. Theta Xl, Englnffflno Club. RICHARD PADRNOS, Lake Andes, Pre-Dental, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Basketball, Newman Club. VINCE PENNING, Garrrtson, Journalism, Minskys, Modern Languages Club, Volante, Newman Club, Young Democrats. NANCY PEN- NOCK- S-OU' Falls- Advfflllfnn Aft. Alpha Ph-. Dolphins, wAA. Rifle club, Canterbury Club. JUNE PETERS, Lane, Elementary EUUCH- l'0"- Am"-1 X' DUN, DALE PETERSON. VCff11llllOI'1. Accounting, NU Alpha Mu. DONNA PFEFFERLE, Monroe, Secretarial Traininlli Alpha Xi Delta, Newman Club. CHOLICE PIER. Avon- Dllllnru Edllcatlrrl. Aloha Ph., Beta Alpha Nu Delta, Zeta Phi Eta, Kuso, Band, PWF. GEORGE PUETZ. Elhln- pllilffil EflU'Jl""'- U'l2 Thfl-1 Pl. Bflihtfillilll. Football. JIM RATH, Leola, Business, Phi Delta Theta, Basketball. JOHN REPPE, Sioux Falls. Pre.Mi-cl. JANE RIDINGER, Onida. General, Choir' gmc Club. QAY RIFENBARK' Blue River., Ore., physical Education, F00lb1"- TF-EN ROBERTSON- 0"0'1- Applied Science. Theta xi. FRED ROVERE, Sturgis, Radio, Football, Lettermen's Club. 56 "r Q 1 i I V' Y , Sf all l nb' lo rt- gi 1 1 l., i PATRI Klppa Scotlal Chlmi BOB l DORO Sunil Volan KUSD Cheer SMIT SMIT JANI Zen Ome Rive Club FRA Clll Coy Min N0 Fall Del Le Bet L , B S i U S - I I r 'A ,, , LJ A I I ,H I av 'Z at 'WA my H Q. .. x I ,4 T ' v I. -, G- . I' I I V ,rl mg! I, JV' 2 7 5131, 41 . i - f . ' gf' f -, 2 2 ZPQJX' se 2 Q ,' 'f f ' . Lx - .1 ' HJ 4 i --A 5, VT. f ,wr 57 I l sw l Q li , S rf I 1: 1:- 5 V. LZ, 1 Q, l J , ',, ' f f . ,. gf, . . wg f 'I V." 1: ' ZA fl I I . at Q. ' 2' SIM Kath l ffm Nw I, volantf. civic' L Ethan, Business mg, Rifle Cllllf Band' Pill, Dem Tau Dem' ion, Kappa Miha Mm, gcanomlvl ga Alpha Tl'l8l3i . n Kappi dU52fl0 lHerreid' Hman , 0L5EN'Rawd 1 1 egrlllgl lic Engm club. Ntlflmzn N. NANCY melllfraininl uni .'l 0855 P5 JOHN REP' ni I EdW"0 :Ca jlllb' N 15 4 ,K ..5 -,fr L 'Vs X I Z 'nr 1 ivy 4 f ir 'Un X fi! ff f J f 2 ,isa PATRICIA RUSTAD. Falls Church, Va., Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Choir, Volante. PAT SATHER, Presho, Sociology, Kappa Alpha Theta, Coyote, Volante, LSA. JOHN SATTER, Sioux City, la., Government, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM SCHATZ, Scotland, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Band. HARVEY SCHNAIBLE, Java, Business Administration. ROGER SCHOLTEN, Canton, Chemistry, Delta Tau Delta. DARLENE SCHROEDER, Rapid City, Business Education, Pi Beta Phi, Choir, Rifle Club, Coyote, PWF. BOB SCHUMACHER, Doland, Government. DOROTHY SCHULZ, Carthage, English-Journalism, Alpha Phi, Volante, Dolphins, WAA, Rifle Club. KATHERINE SEILER, Vermillion, Spanish, Modern Languages Club, Rifle Club, WAA. ANN LOUISE SHAW, Mitchell, English-Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Hm-m, Volante, Coyote, Home Economics Club, PWF. DOROTHY SIEVERT, Watertown, Radio, Kappa Alpha Theta, Alpha Lambda Delta, KUSD, Radio Guild, Roger Williams Club. ADDISON SLOTHOWER, Sioux City, Ia., Pre-Med, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Kappa Psi, Cheerleader, Band. BETTY SMILEY, Belle Fourche, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, PWF, Band, Choir, Dolphins. BARBARA SMITH, Akron, la., Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Coyote, Band, Young Republicans, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi, Beta Alpha Nu Delta. HARRY SMITH, Spirit Lake, la., Business. JANIS SMITH, Huron, Voice, Kappa Alpha Theta, Choir, Rifle Club. MARGARET SMITHEY, Watertown, Dramatic Art, Playcrafters, Zeta Phi Eta. CHARLES STADTFELD, Sioux Falls, Pre-Med, Delta Tau Delta. BETTE STEVENS, Sioux City, la., Social Work, Chi Omega, Hm-m, Wesley Club, WAA, AWS, Kappa Phi. DONALD STEILEN, Alexandria, Accounting. PATRICIA STRASSEL, White River, Elementary Education, Dolphins, WAA, Newman Club. JOSEPH STUDENBERG, Gregory, Chemistry, Wesley Club, Chemistry Club, Sigma Theta Epsilon. LARRY SWICK, Gordon, Nebr., Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pershing Rifles, Rifle Club. FRANKIE SWETT, Huron, Secretarial Training, Kappa Alpha Theta. DOUG THROCKMORTON, Aberdeen, Radio, SCA, Roger Williams Club. KEITH TIDBALL, Lemmon, Law, Lambda Chi Alpha. ANN TORRISON, Luverne, Minn., English, Chi Omega, Volante, Hm-m, Coyote. NORMAN TORRISON, Luverne, Minn., Accounting, Beta Theta Pi. HARLAN TRONVOLD, Sioux City, la., Advertising Art, Minskys. JOHN TURNER, Sioux Falls, Business, Delta Tau Delta. CLIFFORD UHRICH, Mitchell, Physics, Nu Alpha Mu, Young Democrats. NORMAN VANDERPLAATS, Pierre, Advertising Art, Band. LEONARD VELLEK, Tyndall, Pre-Optometry. JOAN WAGNER, Sioux Falls, Music Education, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta President, MENC, Band, Majorette. DWANE WATSON, Sioux Falls, Government, Delta Tau Delta, Political Science League. JOHN WEHDE, Mission, Pre-Law, Delta Tau Delta, Newman Club, Choir. WALLACE WERNLI, LeMars, Ia., Journalism. RONALD WHALEN, Flandreau, Music Education, Delta Tau Delta. BILL WILKINS, Sioux Falls, Business, Beta Theta Pi. H SOPHOMGRES L C7 'F 57 . a 1 C' "' i.. "' . F. R! A 1 J wk, JACQUELINE WILLIAMS. Sioux Falla. Pre-Business. Kappa Phi. PHYLISS WILLS, LeMars, Ia., Social Work, Kappa Phi, MARVIN WINGERT, Canntou, Pre-Med, Newman Club. CLIFF WOBKEN, Sioux City, Ia., Business, Sigma A'Ph-1 EPSIIOU, Young Democrats, DONALD WOLF, Sioux Falll. Pre-Med. DOLORES WOLFE, Canton, Elementary Education, Rifle Club, Newman Club, Choir. DcELDA WUOOLE. Sturgis, Secretarial Training, Alpha Phi, PWF, Radio, Speech Club, WAA. BARBARA ZIMMERMAN, Sioux Falls. Business Administration, PWF. if iii 'ii l ,i'r I1 ,nr S -.. ! 1 I 58 .L F . TOM ADAM, PDDNEY AL WOMAS AL We Rifli iw Delta, fimity Tr hl Pre-Bu: WILYN B -1't4a chi 'Immun B "I Umbda limo Lu . X' hw B 41. Ia B i ' ll vb I "Ai Bind TWH' .fi CLAR :mil SQ ' P1 Frgnc Q K Va 'i Phi- MARVIN Democrats, Choir. DeELDA Falls. Business if FRESHME fi eel f ,, I , I f .I , Mm. 1. ' ffwfn 17p , , f 2 ' A ,,, , M ,, . , ,, . " ll 'Q , , ll V .A .ai - W 9 vu.. ,Q ,f rg' I ' IQ f ji' 37 A 2 ' 5 l , .. , I if I i. f, V V g y I ,Q W... :Q-I, ' J ic, , Q, " We . - 1. fr . ,K "f, . i ,h , 'P ' in .J 1- I tn M' of if? f W I 5 f 6 ' f ' L, f f 3 c A , 4 lt wie.. 'V tm, 1. , ' 4fau.,,,J .. I f, fl . I, nv. .fin f M, K , '51 ,v xl J 3 "7 1131, '- Q, ' :gifs , lf' ,,,,, , , ' "" , , ,, 122: ' ' ,Magic iff Q, fn, , wi e f v .Ha 6,4 , -Sgazsiff, , '-2:14 . ' ' , , ., ff- , f ff.f,, my , fl ' lofi, ' 'W 5-"5 f ' ' -J-J? .,Z"f' ,,, 0 , ..,.. , ..., , M , M , y V HA 11 15 l zzwffe:-mza aff ,- o'.,,,., -'N f' I , - r1.5 .41 ,J t TOM ADAM, Lead, Business Law. ILENE ADAMSKI, Sturgis, General, Alpha Phi. GENE ALBERY, Keystone, Business Law, Minskya. RODNEY ALEXANDER, Keystone, Accounting. AUDREY ALGARD, Watertown, English, Band. THOMAS ALWAY, Aberdeen, Pre-Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CARL ANDERSON, Vermillion, Radio Engineering, Choir, Orchestra, Pershing Rifles, PWF. DAVID ANDERSON, Deadwood, Business Law, Delta Tau Delta, Band. JERRY BALES, Huron, Business, Delta Tau Delta. DELYLE BALTZER, Scotland, Pre-Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Band. JERALD BARNHART, Aberdeen, Radio, Band, University Theatre, Wesley Club, KUSD. BEVERLY BEATTY, Vermillion, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi. DEAN BELBAS, Sioux Falls, Pre-Business, Beta Theta Pi, Coyote, Volante. MARILYN BENJAMIN, Elk Point, Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Newman Club. DARRELL BENSON, Chester, Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, Choir. RONALD BERNARD, Elk Point, General, Lambda Chi Alpha, Band. MARVIN BERRETH, Olivet, Pre-Med. MARYLIN BERRY, Groton, Kappa Alpha Theta. NILA BERRY, McLaughlin, Art, Alpha Phi. RICHARD BOCCARD, Teaneck, N. J., Pre- Law, Lambda Chi Alpha. JULIE BODE, Rapid City, Accounting, Chi Omega, Band, Hm-m. LEONARD BORLAND, Colome, Pre-Med. DONALD BOYDEN. Mitchell, Pre-Dental, Pershing Rifles. CHUCK BRADLEY, Sergeant Bluff, la., Business, Delta Tau Delta. ARLYCE BROWN, Vermillion, Sociology, Kappa Alpha Theta, Band. HAROLD BRUCE, Sioux City, la., Business, Theta Xi. SANDRA BUELL, Mitchell, History, Coyote, Howlettes. JAMES CARNAHAN, Sutherland, la., Radio- Speech, Band. WILLIAM CERNY, Butte, Nebr., Pre-Law, Alpha Tau Omega, Political Science League. BETTE CHRISTENSEN, Spearfish, Sociolo9Y, Kappa Alpha Theta, Band. GARY CHRISTENSEN, Viborg, Pre-Med, Alpha Tau Omega. CLARK, Yankton, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi. MARILYN City, Pre-Dental, Delta Tau Delta. SHIRLEY CONE, State College, JACK CLARK, Murdo, Pre-Law, Alpha Tau Omega. MARGARET COFFIEI Sergeant Bluff, la., Business. LEWIS COFFMAN, Rapid Penn., French, Alpha Xi Delta, PWF. FLORENCE COOK, Alpena, Kappa Alpha Theta, KUSD, Wesley Club. 59 1 3 A v pus? 4 lf s ... Q W- l :MEfh..'.M... ,..., fave ..... .. ass an . . Q 5 . I' f ' 5. 1 r s Tx. . '-'QA Q ' I I5 ' AQ -it ' Q , - I, 1 - f tug' E gg ti Z U Y' 'lx T- " :T ' I T l . M 3 , - .- -Y l - Lf X xr 1 NJ V! lX.4: 'V 9 .lu , lk! T J . H- R, 5 S 1. -7 T' t 5 . - ' ry . Yis- .A l S V 1 is 'Cf' Q- T I ', -X I in ' TA Y ff' N ' l li '7 '7 I 1 .1 . V' . . . I I lv .3 1 - s .l x ll 48' l , ti 9 tc X5 f Tx D: T A 1 .3 kj V . I li' al E . L ll? 'A Q 'D 1 ' ' b S. F i 0 Q- 5 2 4 Vs Q x I -,, g-7 I If I I 1 I A . I i LELAND CROGHAN, Deadwood, Pre-Med, Chorus. MARY ANN DELONG, Brookings, Music Education, Orchestra, Choir, Wesley Club, I Kappa Phi. JERRY DELOSS, Sioux City, la., Business Law. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DALE DENISON, Vermillion, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. JACK DONAHOE, Vermillion, Applied Science, Newman Club. llRALOH0l IETTYHOL V D wl.llappal PEGGY DORNBERGER, Sioux Falls, Business, Pi Beta Phi, Cheerleader. WALTER DUFFY. Odcbolt, la.. Bullflttll, B013 TNC!! PM l0l4llSi0lIXl Choir. BERNITA DYKEMAN, Colome, Secretarial Training, Kappa Phi, Wesley Club. DOUGLAS EGAN, Sioux Falls, Business, Phi immmiau Delu Theta. DON EGERT, Watertown, Radio. RICHARD ELLISON, Sioux Falls, Business Law, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT ENDERS, Kadoka. Business, Delta Tau Delta. NIARLENE ERICKSON, Huron, Psychology, Pa Beta Phi. IEKJANIS, V iwlinllla VIRGINIA FALTER, Creighton, Nebr., Pre-Nursing, Alpha Phi. HELEN FELD. Ft. Totten, N. D., Psychology, Canterbury Club, Rifle MIMMUS . . I Club. JAMES FELLWOCK. Sioux Clly. I-1.. General Business, Lambda Chi Alpha. JOYCE FENNEL. Elk Point, Radio, LSA. GALE 1-,,'PM.La FISHER, Redfield, Radio, Alpha Tau Omega, Volante, Speech Club. KUSD. JOSEPHINE FOASBERG, Huron, Kappa Alpha Th!!!-'L .WAYNE FREEBURG. Hitchcock, Radio Engineering. LARRY FRIE, Brookings, Pre-Med, Delta Tau Delta. E-l.Trgnl,9 RICHARD GORSUCH. Aberdeen, Advert-sing Art. Alpha Tau Omega. BETH GRANGE, Mohr-idge. Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha nllphalcl Theta. GREG GREENLEE, Yanhlon. Bus-ness, Lambda Chi Alpha, Choir. GORDON GREENY, Sioux City, Ia., General, Lambda Chi lalplllu Alpha. CECILIA GULSON, Hudson. Elementary Education. Band, Choir. LAURA LEE GUTZ, Selby, Elementary Education. Alpha phlf ' Twirler, Choir. ROBERT HAEDER, Wolscy. Pre-Law, Speech Club, Political Science League. ROY HAGEN, Sioux City, la., General Course. Lambda Chi Alpha. M IANOKLI falling, .IANIGFE RONNIE HALE. Sioux City, la.. Geology, Delta Tau Delta, Band. JOHN HAM?-'IlL, Flandrcau,PaduO-Englr1ecrlr1Q,Bar1d. HELEN HAN- 'fflI,D0r NING. Pollock, Pre-Med, PWF. JANET HANSEN, Vermillion, Plano. MEHC. Choir. DON HAYNES, Rapid City, Accounting, Band. BETTY HIEB, Marion. 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It JACK HOFFMAN Sioux City, la., Business, JE . RA'-D H0FFr Aberdeen Geology Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Gamma De a. . ' AlL HORRELL, Vermillion, Elementary Educa- BE - ' ' TTY Hoi-MOE, Sioux Falls, General, Kappa Alpha Theta, Choir, KUSD, Coyote. G ' 'ness Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BERNELL HUSTON, t. g3EfthK3,ppa A'-pha Theta, MENC, Coyote, Hm-m. CHAD HOYME, Sioux Falls, Bus: , 'OUX City, Nebr., Business. LORRAINE IHRKE, Lake City, Ia., Journalism, Alpha Phi, Kappa Phi. ELLIOT INBERG, Vermillion, Commercial Art. 'g:E::naJ'TD'Z:Z Hgzlen, Pre-Med, Newman Club. ANN JASTRAM, Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, Choir, SON' Marcus-I M JAYNES, Sioux City, la., Business, Beta Theta Pi. DWANE JENSEN, Gettysburg, Pre-Business. DARRELL JOHN- : 3-1 Aeeeuntlng. DOROTHY JOHNSON, Winner, Education, Chi Omega, Band, Kappa Phi, Rifle Club. JAMES JOHNSON, ' ' Chi Omega Band, Orchestra, WAA, LSA. M'll . I er, Pre Law. JOANN JOHNSON, Canton, Secretarial Training, , ORGEN- LSA WAA Dolphins, Choir. EMILY J KAR . . EN JOHNSON, SIOUX Clty, la., General, Kappa Alpha Theta, Coyote, Howlettes, , , ' a Alpha Epsilon D. ROY KEENE, Newell, Geology, Lambda NEY SON - ' T"e"ff Span-sh, Band. ALBERT JUNGE, Sioux Falls, Business, Sigm . ' I JAMES KENNEDY, Akron, ia., Pre-Med, Delta Tau Delta. DICK KEN , Ch' Sio'u:'2ha' Geology Club. RUBEN KELLER, Tripp, Genera. alls, Government, Phi Delta Theta. JACK KURTENBACH, Dimock, Alpha Tau Omega. F tball MARILYN KOLBERG, Sioux DELA , Falls 1O.Kl-AUDT, Menno, Business. FRITZ KLING, Belle Fourche, Business, Delta Tau Delta, oo . ' Usmess Education, Chi Omega, Rifle Club. RONALD KOPLIN, Elk Point, Physical Education, Alpha Tau Omega. HAROLD ' KRUMM, Huron, Pre-Med, Choir. MARSHALL MORGAN, Gettysburg, KRIZ . . Genera? Gfegery. Chemistry, Sigma Theta Epsilon. BARBARA - DONNA LAPP, Hawarden, la., General, Newman Club. W le General University Theatre. TOM IRL L . ARSENr Hlghmore Radio-Speech, Alpha Tau Omega, Radio Guild. DARRELL LAU, o s y, . rtown, Government, Lambda Chi Alpha. THOMAS LIAS, THER, LAWL .' ER' H0ward. Business Law, 'Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DON LEVAKE, Wate . Iism, Alpha Phi, Choir, Newman Club, Coyote. LARRY LU ' ' AWS. Akro Hurogv I3-, Pre-Law. BETTY LIETZKE, Beresford, English Journa ' Government-Law, Alpha Tau Omega, De-pare. MARILYN LUTHER, Huron, Accounting, Pi Beta Phi, cneir, i 6l A , Y..---f '- A isis' v -- 1- -My-Cl!'Qn-su - --A-"-I4"" - 'ity ' ' . -A-' 1"ta' 1 v . . .,.,, -1- . , 'DVA ,.lL'M4,M. ,gmt on FRESHME -3 .- 'QA , , Y 5.5, . nr' t V K ' A M .li . , , ' l ' 'rl' ,h 'rr- '2 - ' . . .. I I 1- s x, . . 'Q-Q' J .. . M -f A Jg SJ . lg 5 It as il LL 'N' ' sr f"'- ' N-J , A. Q - , if ffl If A-IM 'L' ' U Q YT' A " L. l 1. gp E ' xx U . I V Mkt :t v Q-v v if ,I 'nj Q I JOYCE MARKUS. Akron, la., Education. Alpha Xi L-:lta, Newman Club. Cheerleader, Choir. DANNA MCCLAREN, Custer, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi. VIRGINIA McKAY, Orient, Business, Pi Beta Phi. NEIL MCLANE, Akron, la., Business Administration. DONALD MCCLURE, Belle Fourche. Government, Delta Tau Delta. JOY MERKLE, Pierre, Music Education, Alpha Phi. JAMES MERRIGAN, Vermillion, Radio, KUSD. ROBERT MIDDLETON, Water- town, Pre-Business. Delta Tau Delta. CHARLENE MILEK. Sturgis, Dramatics. Alpha Phi, Newman Club. MARCEA MILLER, Davis, Elementary Education, PWF. JIM MONICK. Sioux Falls, Psychology, Phu Delta Theta. JIM MUNDT, Mobridge, Pre-Med, Lambda Chi Alpha, Newman Club. Rille Club. LYLE MUNNEKE, Corsica, Pre-Med. JOHN MURPHY, Pierre, Pre-Law, Beta Theta Pi, Baseball. WELMON NELSON, Ida Grove, Ia., Beta Theta Pi. WALTER NICKEL. Waugunda. Ill., Business, Phi Delta Theta. SHIRLEY NORD, Vermillion, English. NORENE NORDLING, Aberdeen, Pre-Nursing, Kappa Alpha Theta, Coyote. Howlettes, LSA. TOM O'CONNOR, Sioux City, la.. Business, Lambda Chi Alpha. PHYLLIS ODLAND, Mitchell, General, Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Phi. GEORGE OSBORN, Sioux Falls, Accounting. ERTIS OSTERBERG. Salem. Voice. Alpha Tau Omega. Choir. FEROL OURSLEY, Custer, General, Chi Omega. GEORGIA PALMER. Deadwood. Secretarial Training. Kappa Phi. Band. ELAINE PEARSON, Vermillion. Elementary Education. KENNETH PEARSON, Ramona, Business Engineering. HARLAN PETERSON. Beresford. Radio. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Band, Speech Club. VIRGINIA PETERSON, Ver- million, Business. JEANNE PFEIFFER, Aberdeen, General. Pi Beta Phi. MARVIN PFITZER. Java. Phys-cal Education. RICHARD PILLAR. Scotland, Business Administration. Alpha 'Tau Omega, Band, New- man Club. DOROTHY PLOWMAN, Huron, Journal-sm, Alpha Xi Delta, PWF, Coyote. Howlettes. BEVERLY PRANN, Timber Lakt. Pre-Nursing. Band. Newman Club. JAY PRYOR. Sioux Falls, Business. Lambda Chi Alpha. PATRICIA QUINN, Winner, Education, Choir. JANICE RADEMACHER, Garreuon, Journalilm, Kappa Alpha Theta. volante. Cholr. JIM RALLIS, Sioux Falls, Business Law, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ' 62 U G I i V N lf' x I .L 1 fi' I J W 9 'I 9 MARl Scotla Brett ROB BLAI SCHI- Educ. City, RILL Chris MAR Phys Della Ellt CH Elg SWI TH EL Bu' Tau Tec . 'tl . -, i N l in it 5 wig, Elemenllll Fmon, ootifllf Wil?" , UILLER, wwf IM umllich' IALTELW, Kalll MM - hgll WLAN ul llc ' Mini i0HGiANP::m0Hil eiglinlill' Vw ell' Band' Nlfl .M ,,f ll ll' medallion' Q gf, alll ' Hfiawinw L ,ills 7 . W . i 4 .f ,Q , . .f f ...aa , W fw- f t . 'A 'sf A. -, E - ' kai ' , f V, , Qi Q t ff S ' ' . N 1 'Q' -vw Q.. Y' , ,z . 5 xr , ,el 2' 1 f!A 1' - . ..,. ,..,,,Qf , .-,, ,. .. F ' .11 5? I Q 'Q 5.2 ,f 9, V I 4r Af, 1 'Z' . . Y ' 21. ' . . ir. -, fr V, f - -. , ' ' Q' ' fcliili --Wifi "i?Ef1Efi'Ei1I2EI?I-'II-:V 1f2E'f'7'7u:f':-1f3E2'4452575"6!2'2 J' 'fffl' 47 ' -i - 'vi E , f Zim in f '- .. ff 7111? -EEE? 1 1 '. f XMI' , 1 ,, , ,:.,-.fr 1 ef V , ' iii, '3'i" ':f'7 ....'.' ' . ' 'lv' M. :i.2,5,-,rf:',':ig5z:.-1 'QW We sa- 421' fail, " .?I5:1f!.ErIZf."i - . Q 'Y' . . ..,, ., , f, ,,,,,, fl f V Q . 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ISLEA RIGGS, Mobrldge, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Band, Rifle Club. MARILYN ' award: Alpha Phl. JAMES RYAN, Onida, Pre-Med. BLAINE - SAUDER. lvladlsen,Band. ELINOR sci-lNEPH,Alverd, la., Secretarial Training, LSA, wAA, Rifle Club. 1-HUMAN SCHWA . RTZ' Freeman, Chemistry, Lambda Chi Alpha, Chemistry Club, Band, Chorus, Orchestra. PAT SEACAT, Alexandria, Music Edu t' ' ca lon, Chl Omega, Chorus, Orchestra, Band, Wesley Club, Mu Phi Epsilon, University Christian Fellowship. DON SELBERG, Rapid Cit B ' yi uslness Law, Delta Tau Delta PWF. DOUGLAS SELBERG, Rapid City, Business and Accounting, Delta Tau Delta, PWF. MER- RILL s - . ' HERER, Hlghmore, Radio-Speech, Beta Theta Pi, Band, Radio. HAROLD SIEGLAFF, Waterloo, Ia., Mathematics, University Christian Fellowship. MARIL . YN S'LVERNAKi Igloo Ph sical Education Howlettes. MELVIN SIMON, Hoven, Pre-Business. JOSEPH SIPPEL, Vermillion, ph - . I r Y , YSIC5p Sigma Theta Epsilon, Pershing Rifles. CLAYTON SISK, Miller, Business Law. LOUIS SISKO, Fairfield, Conn., Economics, Delt ' - . . . 3 S'9mH Pl- BILL sNoozv Beresford Manufacturing Tech. DONNA STELLAR, Arlington, va., spanish, chi Omega, Wesley Club, E t - 1 1 as Ha" Council. JAMES STEWART, Aberdeen. CHAR LENE STOCKER, SIOBI1, la., Radio, Kappa Alpha Elem t . , SWISS 3: Fdufaflon, Pl Beta Phi, Kappa Phi, Chorus, ' amd CNY' SOCIOIOQY, Alpha Tau Omega, Band THOM . 1 ' F'a"d"eaU, lvlueie Education, MENC. WILBERT TIEDE, Mitc e W le Club. EVONNE STOEL, Akron, la., Theta, KUSD, Choir, Kappa Phi, es y WAA. NANCY SWEET, Evanston, lll., Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante. DOUGLAS PWF. DICK TAYS, Gettysburg, h ll, Business. ARDEN TIESZEN, Marion, Pre-Med. Business Administration, Basketball. FRANCIS ENE TORNOW, Sioux Falls, ELE . . . BWANOR T0FTf M'fChell, English, Kappa Alpha Theta, Coyote. CAROLYN Tool.Ev, Vermillion. G ' ' SD. GEORGE TRANKLE, Rapid City, Business Law, Alpha I Tau 'ESS' Delta Tau Delta. WILLIAM TOSCH, Madison, Radio-Speech, KU Te h mega. RONALD TREICK, Scotland, Pre-Med. CHARLES TRENKER, Irene, Business, Band. BRUCE UNGER, Lead, Medical C "0l09y. 63 FRESHME ' a l 1 . A 1. , 'f .ig k F 5 4,4 If s P f f 'il 7, rr r. , -5- 5 1 ,, -R w I 'I K t - ' - ff If J sl bf ok' J XJ 'P' ' iii is 1. MARY JOAN VANOEN BERGE, Vermillion, Business, Kappa Alpha Theta, Newman Club, Choir, Coyote. TERRY ANN VAN OVER- SCHELD. Custer, Dramatic Arts. DARLENE VAN TOUR, Huron, General, Pi Beta Phi, Choir. JOHN VAN WHY, Vermillion, Physical Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, Tennis, Basketball. HERB VOGT, Watertown, Physical Education. JANET VOGT, Mitchell, Secretarial Training. RALPH VOHS, Mason City, Ia., Business. MARILYN WADDEL, Webster, Home Eco- nomics. Kappa Phi, Wesley Club, Home Economics Club. CARL WEGENER, Parker, Pre-Dental, Alpha Tau Omega. ALICE WEGING. Sioux Falls. Radio. Chi Omega, KUSD. STANLEY WHITE, Vermillion, Physical Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, Basketball. JERRY WHITMAN, Vermillion, Business Law. BILL WHITMORE, Naperville, III., Business, Delta Tau Delta. DOROTHY WILKES. Rapid City, Business Education, Pi Beta Phi. ROBERT WINGERT, Canistota, Chemistry. MAURICE WINTER- STEEN. Olivet, Business. Alpha Tau Omega. MERRITT WISEMAN, Huron, Business, Delta Tau Delta. LORENCE WITTMAYER. Eureka, Business Administration. SYLVESTER WOLD, Renner, Pre-Med. MARY WOODS, Sioux Falla, Piano, Pi Beta Phi, Dolphins, Choir, Coyote, Canterbury Club, MENC. ROBERT WUERTZ, Davis, General. JOY ZELLER, Watertown, Alpha Phi, Choir, PWF. i l I I 'ge x N. ?Z A A .gg ll U 'l In vin oven- mnlion, Phlsiiil mr, Home Eco- ALICE WEGINGI Mmll, JERRY umcs wmlii' In D0lpI1ll15l If eRADuATEs IX 4. , .1..,.,,ax T -' ' fi K fr ',', f . 'SQ' -'., 5 5.14. Ah. .1 X A SCL ifzaitfi .," X WILLIAM BUSH, Plant City, Fla., French, Phi Sigma Iota, Canterbury Club. RICHARD COLWELL, Sioux Falls, Music Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Strollers, President Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra, Chorus, IFC, MENC. LOWDEN HELLER, Ideal, Government-Speech, Minskys, NAM, Speech Club. MARVIN HOFFMAN, Vermillion, Bacteriology, Phi Delta Theta. RAY KENNEDY, Springfield, Mo., History and Government, Pi Gamma Mu, Political Science League. DAVID KROCHOCK, Watertown, Bio-chemistry. DELORES PRICE, Strool, History. TOM SCHAEPPI, Vermillion, BacterioIo9Y, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Student Senate. WILFRED SCHNEIDER, Blue Earth, Minn., Physics, President Sigma Pi Sigma. ROBERT STEENSMA, Sioux Falls, English, Graduate Assistant in English, Gamma Delta. MARGARET TOWNSEND, Vermillion, Zoology. . fl S SENIOR " ,, LAW , ! I I C 5 'N W Q. ' V? '. 1 1 xv S x., 1 f- , 4 ,H I X' ' I N. Q ,f x J I ii i i ,J A ' tl X i he W I. nag -x ' - It Q ,W f . - 5 A Q 5 iii. N W 'I 'I ' I. .. i ' In -f".Y1x.' H 1 X A vsp. all 4' . 75 4 7 it -gt C l RICHARD BATTEY, Redfield, Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delta Phi, President Law Association, Dakotans. GEORGE BEAL, Rapid City. LELAND BERNDT, Herrend. Delta Theta Phi. WARREN DIRKS, Harrisburg. DONALD DOYLE, Sioux Falls, Delta Theta Phi. KIRBY EMLER. Hot Springs, Delta Tau Delta. Phi Delta Phi. LARRY HAMBLIN, Belle Fourche, Phi Delta Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma. l-'RAN HENRICH, Lennox, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, New- man Club. JOHN 8. JONES, Presho, Lambda Chi Alpha. Phi Delta Phi. DENNIS MALONEY, Aberdeen, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi. JACQUELINE MAROUSEK, Vermillion. ERVIN NORDSTROM. Sioux City, Ia. WILLIAM O'NElLL, Mitchell, Lambda Chi Alpha. PAUL ROSENE, Vermillion. ROBERT SCHUMACHER, Rapid Citi'- BRUCE SHELDON. Vermillion. Tau Katana Epsilon. Delta Theta Phi, Young Republicans, PWF. PAUL SMITH, Mitchell, Delta Sillma Pi- FRANK SPIECKER. Sioux City, Ia., Delta Tau Delta. ERWIN WIEST, Hcrreid, Theta Xi, Delta Theta Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, KSDPB KJPP3 Pu, Young Republicans, PWF. l 1 LX. 0lCK . Alpha ALLAI Alpha Wllerl DALE VAND EQ: Ull Al. ill 66 Q N. I is ,lf T Nr F I I ll C an Rall Cm' Ella: lt: W' Nrll' ugh: Epyldlli S-TROMI vl:ER':0g,,, all lc fl Dem 5' lull' 9 I A -n z Q I , , J, av. 'fa J .I U R a I f., s . . , ' f ff""l-2' ' I Wu? U X if Ea 5 is xx ati Q sl 5 . ALA N A mint 5 1 lv' X 1 if K . , ,ji , 1 l li I 1, 241 lik I I ij, jfs.. "" KX nn.. mal' X in 'ff DICK ABSHER, Vermillion, Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Speech Club. JERRY BOLLINGER, Sioux Falla, Alpha Tau Omega, Scabbard and Blade, Law Association, Strollers. WILLIAM DAY, Dallas, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Dakotans. ALLAN EICHINGER, Sioux Falls, Delta Theta Phi. JOHN GREEN, Vermillion, Lambda Chi Alpha. JACK GRIEVES, Winner, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha. HOMER KANDARAS, Rapid City, NAM, Minskys, Speech Club, Young Democrats. LOUIS LOKEN, Watertown, Theta Xi, Student Body President, Young Republicans, Shifters. SHIRLEY McDONALD, Vermillion, Law Association. DALE MORMAN, Vermillion, Phi Delta Phi, Newman Club. DONALD SHULTZ, Huron, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Phi. JAMES VANDIVER, Vermillion, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Theta Phi. FRE HMA Q' 1 1 1 X V f :I ROBERT BERGMAN, Vermillion, Delta Sigma Pi, Young Republicans. DAVE CRARY, Sioux City, Ia., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM DAY, Vermillion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOHN DEWELL, Pierre, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Young Republicans. PEDER ECKER, Vermillion, Alpha Tau Omega. JEROME FITZGERALD, Parkston, Theta Xi, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, Delta Theta Pi, ROTC Band Leader. CHARLES HIGGINS, Storm Lake, la., Delta Tau Delta, IFC, Union Board of Control. CHARLES INGLIS, Sioux Falls, Law Association, Speech Club. BRUCE MANNES, Aberdeen. NICOLAS OSTROWSKI, Clark, Young Republicans, PWF. DEAN RALLIS, Sioux Falls, Theta Delta Chi. KEITH ROKKE, Sioux Falls, Phi Delta Theta. RONALD RUNGE, Sioux City, Ia., Delta Tau Delta. LARRY SCOTT, Mt. Vernon, Phi Delta Theta, Strollers. JOHN WALKER, Arlington, Va., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SOPHOMCRE jf , MEDICINE be 7. 2 ' P b' '- ur- A K! . , z.. BILL BLOEMENDAAL, Ipswich, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RICHARD BOSE, Vermillion. RAYMOND BUSH, Flint, Mich., Dakotans, Jr. Am. Med. Assoc. JAMES CALENE, Aberdeen. GRAHAM DOBBIE, Melrose, Ill. DONALD FROST, Vermillion. RICHARD GERE, Mitchell, Beta Theta Pi. PHIL GROSS, Freeman, Delta Tau Delta, Strollers, Phi Eta Sigma. HAROLD HALVORSON, Dell Rapids. WILLIAM HANSON, Vermillion. WOODY HAWKINS, Vermillion, Dakotans. THOMAS JENSEN. Vrrrnillion. BURON LINDBLOOM, Pierre, Beta Theta Pi, Strollers, Canterbury Club. PETER LOMMEN, Austin, Minn. CHARLES LOOK, S-our Falls. ROBERT MacGREGOR, Madison, Speech Club. LARRY McRAE, Mitchell, Jr. Am. Med. Assoc. JUDD MAUE-E. Mitchell. Beta Theta Pi. WINSTON ODLAND, Mitchell. EDWARD PETERS, Webster. WILLIAM PRUNTY, Rapid City, Alpha Tau Omcaa, Jr. Am. Med. Assoc. MICHAEL RUANE,.Chicago, lll. ROYAL RUDOLPH, Tucson, Arizona. JAMES SMIDT. Freeman. Gamma Delta. ROBERT STANEK, Richmond, Calif. LAWRENCE TAYLOR, Winner. DONALD THOMP- SON, Clear Lake. la. GERRY TRACY, Vermillion. Siam! Alvha Epsilon, Jr. Am. Med. Assoc., Newman Club. DALE WHITCOMB, Riviera, Tex.-is. THEODORE WRAGE, Watertown, Delta Tau Delta, Student Senate. 68 . 3.3 gl! !! 4 Y LORE shell, DON Limb lurel ROB SEA' WEL Kll VX? WINS, Jr. Am. mliers, Phi Eta mans. THOMAS rustin, Minn. nd. Assoc. JUDU wid City, NPN uma THOMP' LE wmrconn ff ' I I lllcxzij ,U I f ,M 'HJ' I 'IIN 'il' Q gm!! 1 1 , ff uv". 3 H ' ll I '5:l.l..' N I 1 n . 75' f' I . fi! fi 11 , -5177, . 1, ,QQ V , ff X 3 14 A ! , ya' ,- X 'A X X XXX 4 I x J ' X A IM' U "V X A 'P ' 'J' "M f XX X X NX ' N ' A N w X-W 'K ', N Lim ll: . z I, ,,fl I ' 'fifty I ly v 'i I ff! - V XX X X XX. 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FRONT ROW: Mory Lyle, odviser, OFFICERS Pl'6SlCle!'lf--.. ...... ..---....-.......---... ....,.,. - ,,,,,, ,.,,,-,,,,l00n Wggngr Vice-president.. .... ...-------.----,-,-- ,,,, - ,,,.,,, Nancy Winter SBCFGTCJFY 7ff7Y,. --- L ...... s....---..., .,.....,,,,., ,-,,.Wolborg Olsen LPHA LAM BD DELTA OOOOOO The candle of wisdom symbolizes Alpha Lambda Delta, the national scholastic organiza- tion for freshman women who have attained a 905 average either for the first semester or for a total of the first two semesters. Two teas are sponsored annually by the grOuDZ a recognition tea at the close of the first nine weeks for those who have attained an 855 aver- age, and a pledging tea for those receiving the reguired record for membership, ln addition to this, they donate several books to the librarY each year. Aloha Lambda Delta's members, chosen their freshman year, are active during their soohomOf9 year and become inactive during their junior and senior years. This year Miss Mary Lyle served as the faculfY adviser, and Margaret l-lalla Cash was the senIOf adviser. gl 1 r r, . U, 2 r adviser, l an Wagner ,my Winter ilb0fQ oben ailaEr19lU'ld 5 Alplla rgafllza' lairred H gf Of lor e QVOVPZ irsf fine 55 Hlel' grriorr T0 9 rgbrafl ' fhell rniof an 3 faCUlZ re Se" PHI ETA SIC-JM Phi Eta Sigma is the national honorary scholas- tic fraternity for freshman men. Requirement for membership is a 90.5 average, which may be figured on the basis of the first semester or the entire year. A golden key is presented to each person in the group to signify membership. The organization presents a plaque each year to the fraternity pledge class receiving the high- est grade average for the previous year. The Thhet? nil group was the recipient of the plague t is a . Phi Eta Sigma was founded at the University of illinois in l923, and the chapter here was in- stalled in May, l93O. Dean J. l-l. Julian, the present faculty adviser, has held this position since the introduction of the group on the cam- pus. ge?-q il 2 OFFICERS President ...... --.. ...... - ...... - ..... M .... ------ ..... -------Gerold Clevelond Vice-president------- ........ - ...... -- ..... ----.Dove Morrill Secretory-Treosurer------.-- - ........ - ..... Bruce Lushbough BACK ROW: Dick Podrnos, Bob Poulson, Bob Swonson, Chuck Burns, Bill Rowlings, Goius Clork, Chorles Jones, Som Patterson, Dick Kollestod, Jomes Vondiver. SECOND ROW: John Setter, Bruce Lushbough, Gerold Clevelond, Dove Morrill, Jomes Philip. FRONT ROW: DeVeryl Arnold, Bill Morfeld, Jomes Mengenhouser, Mortin Predoehl, Benord Nelson, Ronold Wholen. lf 2 HE LE!-5 LAO FO Jim Sglzell, Lorry Mclloe, Alon Lord. FRONT ROW3 Anne l-loffmon, Roe Rhodes, Toli Birner Scott. OFFICERS ' s oooooo non o u surf? iiiiiiiifgli PHI BETA KAPP ' V .... ....... N fV. E. Elamon Phi Beta Kappa is the national senior scholastic honorary tor men and women. lt was founded at the College ot William and Mary in l776 and was in- stalled on the University campus in l926. ln order to be considered tor membership a stu- dent must be enrolled as a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences. The bases for membership are excellence of scholarship, breadth ot course, and good moral character. Members are selected dur- ing the latter part of their last semester, and not more than one-eighth of the people of the current senior class may be elected, The well-known Phl Beta Kappa lcey symbolizes membership. An annual spring banguet is held to honor the new initiates and to bring together all of the mem- bers ot the vicinity. Pat Henley and Margaret Halla Cash, pictured BT the left, were the members of the January, l953, graduating class initiated into the group. '1 , Scott. PA olasTiC at The r 135 ln' 3 STU- ege of tip Hfe el and d duf' nd not ' HBH fn Phi toy TTI9 mem' red at 1 1953, l 1 Scholarship Recognition in Business B BACK ROW: Revone Kluckmon, Storm Siegel, Robert Steichen, FRONT ROWQ Lelond Jones, JoAnne Jennings Anderson, SIGMA PI SIGMA BACK ROW: wmtdm Bender, Akeley Miller, Herb LOFSOH, Wilfred Schneider, wautdrrt Ddrtbdr, Sherwood Cummings, Deon Lewis Akeley. Representative Group of Physics Enthusiasts President ,,,.- .... -- Vice-president, ,,, . .. Sccrct ory. .,...... .. Trecsurcr ,..... . BACK ROW: Jim OFFICERS .....---Ston Siegel ,..N.,AIlen Schell ..- ....... John Dolton .. ....... Bruce Bloke DAKOTANS Dakotans is the senior men's honorary organ- ization composed of one member from each fra- ternity and two independent members. The Dakotans were originally organized to take care of all Dakota Day arrangements, but because of the increasing amount of work con- nected with homecoming festivities, their dutteg have been narrowed to the organization of the parade. They also take charge of the sale of mums on Dakota Day, thereby raising funds for their organization. On lvlother's Day these senior men sponsor the annual lnter-fraternity Sing. At that time the juniors who have been chosen to assume the duties of the Dakotans for the coming year are introduced. Also found among the duties of this group is the planning of the annual all-campus Skip Day each spring. Smith, Roy Bush, Eugene Morso, Bruce Bloke, FRONT ROW3 Harry Gomoge, Ston Siegel, John Dolton. D N ..,i N Rf lt li S . 'u l l . , , Q NS l Olgani aflt lra. llZQd to lllS, but llli Con. lf duties T of the sale of 9 funds SD0nsor tat time ume the year are s group Jus Skip lton. BACK ROW FORWARD: .loon Gilchrist, Evelyn Lorson, Carol Clork, Trudy l-losse. FRONT ROW FORWARD: Corol Witt, Edno Ege lond, Moureen Sorenson, Morgoret l-lollo Cosh. MORTAR BOARD Scholarship, leadership and service to the UNVGVSWY with or without publicity are the bases for membership in Mortar Board, national senior women's honorary. lts members, capped at the close of their junior year, are active dur- ing their senior year, DUVWQ the first few weeks of school their duties include proc-toring freshman entrance exams, Planning the annual convocation which honors the freshman class, and sponsoring sev- eral all-University dances, Throughout the year they continue their services to the faculty and to the campus, Cllm8XlVtQ their activities with the annual Swing- out exercises, held during the latter part of April, This event features the sing among the Organized women's groups on campus and the Capping of the new Mortar Boards who will serve the campus the following year. OFFICERS President ..... -.-- ----.---- .... ----..--------- .... --Joon Gilchrist Vice-president ..... lm ....... ...----.. .............. -...Evelyn Lorson Secretory--,.,..---------..- ..... --..--.-.Morgoret l-lollo Cosh Treasurer-..----. .... - ..---,..---... ....... Moureen Sorenson ,f I S. iv 1 'LP 1 4 .nbqr S X 60' drqf' Av I Xi-. 5 1 tr' 96' i W Y -'-., 5: ca 7' - ,v,-1 -- .A . , ', "'C' - T1 a , J JL as Si' 'W 5 e-.fix " f?Xe,fNI ra,,N'. James Num- E-f'-iv' Q-if, r f L VM" V,Qf:"a- -ff 'v- v-'r'x-f- vw 13 .Q-', Q, A- f fi IL, 9-,ry E:cf"g'31xe 3:31 Y' OrFlCERS Vrf' if lfQV9f", Jezgaw Xu 4' 171' .In 9 A Femail F.,..'.L lar f. , , 5. HMC X .am Q ,-1 lf! , .J Cf nl' r' ,qs ..A f v -, px S I ETA SIGMA PHI O e'fHzew fb-3 aygzarfewaf ow of Greek and Reffw cdr fa c,i"eO'.1rage Cla"uCaI 'Choler- gh JM TQ L'L"eQTff- QCCZ v.'H arwfi fruC'mff',h1p L" vig i a ' -'al 'mm re'-1, TPWEWC' are the pur- J C4 EW: S 'gem im' The r'u31Or1aI Claizacal -' -fa f' f,g ccmegvrvf.-fi of honor stu- L 3 Lat fn, was extablsghed at V, . , , 1 rig Qjhee ' 11" af?,1 'gceieri 3 ',taTe-wlffe f, pw if r gf Teal 'wrfmts to pro- fv e " ' " CT, cfLa1m, It Lg f-.rtiwr L Kemh Memorual L, 't ef Lawn or Greek who ' fifefav ew of a ciassmgal ga ' 'Z eff of We award was ' ffafe L Ee-ifie, Qrckiior of Greek and e fri " 6' fee mefaemal orgamzatlon, .f Q, fm ,r J- '- . VJ, 54 ,, i C ,el Legal Fraternity BACK ROW1 Gerold Boyd, Worren Dirks, Jomes Brodie, Nicolos Ostrowski, l-lorold Hollmonn, Donold Doyle, Jerome Fitzgerold, Byron Norvol, Allon Eichinger, Erwin Wiest. FRONT ROW: Jomes Vondiver, Bruce Sheldon, Kenneth Simpson, odviser, Vernon Vroomon, odviser, Lelond Berndt, Donold Holl. BACK ROW: Bill Doy, Ston Siegel, Dole Mormon, THIRD ROW: John B. Jones, Lorry Homblin, Thomos Poe, odviser, Don Shultz. SECOND ROW: Gordon Hoyes, Kirby Emler, Dennis Moloney, Dick Bottey. FRONT ROW: Joe Butler, Reed Hutdiinson, Keith Beckley. Legal Fraternity Ax :Nm PHI ' Qzncld l . -O M Oflusel. l MU lzlieni nn, Donald th Simpson, lin, Thomas lutler, Reed University Music Promoters BACK ROW: Denny Mair, Clifford Anderson, Jim Forster, Grant Newman, Larry Baltzer, Bill Marfeld, Ronald Whalen. SECOND ROW: Frank Myers, Bob Baldwin, Wayne Ufford, Jerome Fitzgerald, John Webde, Oscar Lae, Roger Risry, Bob Anderson. FRONT ROW: Jack Noble, adviser, Frank Sfreim, adviser, Larry Anderson, Jim Sorenson, Frank Sclioen, Usher Abell, adviser. Mu BACK ROW: Norma Reeder Hoffman, Darla Dries, Jo Ann Trenker, lta Loe, FRONT ROW: Orpha Fahrenwald, Evelyn Larson, Carol Seacaf, Carol McManis. Honorary Music Sorority 9 1 9 0 Q A j i, C. 1 ,. Band Service Organization BACK ROW1 Merton Utgoord, odviser, Roger Risty, Lorry Anderson, Woyne Ufford, Jim Sorenson, Dick Colwell, Bob Anderson, Gront Ne-wmon, FRONT ROW: Addison Slotliower, Jim Froncis, Ronnie Wholen, Bob Ago, Lorry Boltzer, Oscor Loc. BACK ROW: Cholice Pier, Lucille Connoughfon, Borboro Smith, Borboro Reid, Genevie Ernst, Morqorcr Montgomery, Joonne Burges, Merton Urgoord, odviser. FRONT ROW: Shirley Coe, Dorlo Dries, Solly Olson, Corol Mclvlonis, Jo Ann Trcnlzer, Connie Toplelr, Local Band Promotion Sorority Q ,ff E:-X 260 vue" l l Dick zer, Oscar ievie Ernst Mdvionis, M C NN N is i, ,Q f K i In Future Music Instructors BACK ROW: Bob Aga, Francis Thom, Jim Sorenson, Dick Calwell, Wayne Ufford, Merton Utgaard, adviser, Denny Ochsner, Grant Newman, Oscar Loe, Roger Risty, George Boyer, adviser, Carol Seacat, Joy Merkle, Marlene Kopp, Orpha Fahrenwald. SECOND ROW: Larry Baitzer, Bob Anderson, Larry Anderson, Ronnie Whalen, Darrell Arms. FRONT ROW SEATED: Joan Wagner, Claire Dalton, Pat Seacat, Evelyn Larson, Mary Ann DeLong, Carol McManis, Dorla Dries, Jo Ann Trenker. Pl BACK ROW: Mary Schumacher, Mary Ann Boyles, Betty Brune, Miss Hulda Vaaier, adviser, Donna Burnette, Lovonne Yeodo, Shirley Coe. FRONT ROW: Kitty Lauritzen, Margaret Schumacher, Dorothy Fix. Future Business Teachers 0'-'Uv 'UQ' 5' v-N fir A VL MJ' I f ' A in 4, rf,-5 dr! 'X National Business Fraternity DELTA SIGMA Pl BACK ROW. Rmoofo Botrolfson, Doo Richmond, Hook Schoen, Bob Locke, Kevin Johnson, FRONT Bow Shcrmon Wunce, Lyle Wood, Alden Oyen, Ronold Schoenewe, Don Mielke. MARKETING CLUB BACK ROW: my Louritzen, Gordon Boden. FRONT ROW: Bob Locke, sfoo Larson, Roland Monk Steve Boulcy, Les Wilson, Marketing-Minded Discussion Group 'J-4' Ph gin D B for K 2 5 I' .D 4 ff 'fi z so ' , 4 ' .Ns AW, 1 4-'F ,f ff Q STROLLERS "ln order to foster, maintain and promote dramatic talent among the men students at the University ot South Dakota," eleven students formed the organization known as Strollers in l924. Until this time an ath- letic vaudeville, composed ot an all-girl show by the Y.W.C.A. members and a play by "Mask and Wig," had supplied this type of entertainment to the campus each spring. The first all-male Strollers show was presented on November l4, l924. Since that time it has become an annual tradition and has developed into competitive group shows given by the present organizations each March in Slagle auditorium. Among the duties of the Strollers are: choosing the scripts best qualified for per- formance, assisting in the direction of the individual acts, and producing the entire show. OFFICERS PreSider1f---...--....--- ...... ---.-- ...... ----..-----.------ Dick Colwell Vice-president-----.--------------... ...... Gene Osmon Secretory-Treasurer-- S- ..... Bruce Allen BACK ROW: Art Schonche, Gront Newmon, Dick Colwell, Bruce Grunwold, Allen Morkovetz, Mox Gruenwold, Bill Dole Bill Anderson en FRONT ROW: Gene Osmon, Gory Bollou, Bruce Allen, Jock Gollowoy, Bob Ago, Lorry Scott, Bob Colvin. -,---,..-41. - Af- WF 's Q N- ,af Discussion-Debate Participants BACK ROW: Earl Van Gerpen, Lowdon Heller, Martin Klock, Keith Gardner, Maurice Van Geroen, Sam Sechser, Charles Inglis SECOND ROW: Delflda Woodle, Merle Johnson, David Morrill, Francis Henrich, Norman Thorson, Todd Willy, Harlan Petersen, Larry Luther. FRONT ROW2 Edward Meyer, adviser, Shirley Keffeler, Max Gruenwald, Mary Mumford, Homer Kandaras, Harold Jordan, adviser. BACK ROW: William Brady, Tom Lehnert, Dwane Watson, Larry Luther, Roger Schiager, Gordon Cate, Alfred Bandza, Charles Jones, Ray Kennedy, Harvey Schnaible, Herb Geigle. FRONT ROW: Thomas Geary, odviser, Bessie Lang, Max Gruenwald, Mary Mumford, Bob Swanson, Maurice Van Gerpen. Government-Minded Students "'.,' :fax 0 all ien, Som id Willy, Condoros, ir, Roger s GGGFY, 'f P' 3 if A04 f: . rind? 1 M, ,f uf- wi. .V -, -. V 1 , Q ri. ,M AM., f' wfx fii V, ,... ,, ,.i ,5,: ...,:. E ' '?1'T 111: . .. l Future American Homemakers BACK ROW: Joan Lyle, Mary Ann Stavik, instructor, llah Warner, Carol Allen, Ann Shaw, Marilyn Fisher, Elizabeth Kroeger, Elaine Lipelt, Mary Ellen Shaheen, instructor. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Helen Cooledge, adviser, Trudy l-lasse, Mary Quintal, Carol Benson, Mrs. Edith Abell, adviser. FRONT ROW: Caroline Claybourn, Joyce Jacobsen, Marilyn Benjamin, Mar- cella Hjermstad. BACK ROW: Mitzi Patrick, Beverly Edson, Les Carlson, Bruce Grunwald, Pat Montgomery, Nancy Pritchard, Margaret Smithey. FRONT ROW: Jane Gunderson, Sally Nichols, Claudie Beauregard, Wayne Knutson, adviser. University Theatre Service Group CFD t i NA b v or-, y . - - i I ' , , , 5.45 ' j"9e H gf iw tf"i""fw l Cf University Letter Winners BACK ROWQ Dick Block, Bob Woggoner, Jim Prins, Jim Gordner, Jim l-loron, Roy Rifenbork, Allen Hcmmcr, Bob Otto, Bob Jennings, Eorl Kinsman, SECOND ROW: Jim Toys, John Lohre, Ordell Broose, Jim Kolb, Fred Rovere, George Puctz. FRONT ROW1 Keith Gross, John Sheild, Bill Rawlings, Bob Clork, Arlen Hookinson. BACK ROW: Hornet Fischer, Beth Gronge, Lovon Mickelson, Marjorie Bruyer, Delildo Woodle. FRONT ROW: Dorothy Plowrnon, Lcnore Crompton, Beverly Miller, Lois Greenough. Coyote Pepster Squad f'- 1 C1 Q . A fter-Dinner Speakers BACK ROW: Bob Swenson, John Poul Jones, Normon Thorson, Lyoll Engelstod, Morvin Rondoll, John Murphy. THIRD ROW: Edword Meyer, Tom Lehnert, Bill Brody, Bruce Sheldon, George Cunningham, John Simpson, Froncis Henrich. SECOND ROW: Lowdon Heller, Mox Gruenwold, Homer Kondoros, Robert Hoeder, Horold Jordon, odviser. FRONT ROW: Roger Schioger, Merle Johnson, Dove Morrill, Eorl Von Gerpen, Royol Doner. DCOTA CLUB BACK ROW: Cliff Anderson, Wayne Ufford, Dick coiweii, omni Newman. FRONT ROW: oofio one-S, Mory Ann Dohl, Alberto Houck, Jonis Smith, Morilyn Y. Miller, Shakespeare Touring Club he f 575, ' T 1 I : gy in" 1 rf: N? .rn " ':'-,.: f I I 3- 1 1 . uf. '.' ' ' 1 Q W , F 5 I 2 .Nh w r 5 2' ,P fc. 91 'I I, I .VV--Ill,"-I.v"1l'V',' :XZ " 71'yf,f"Y?"lQfl11,4 ff, f . .un ' nmkuxb' 4 'sxN 'fx N 'XxS 1 1 L -V , 'V' U ,.' H. 2' , . - - ew - . , . . , 17"-H' -.4 ff' 5,L.f:,' .:,v-'." ."."'g if , x , ' , ', , 1 ' ' - L ' ' 1 ' ,- , .l. , ., .- .. 1 . V. , . I, , . , . . . - X 1 VW' ' ' 7 "U ' - . ,, ,. ,,.V- K' QW4.,-.jf d ,Wu ,rj.f!r.-fl" l ll 51E? 1fllg3ll's'i xr ""' jill ilu! fnjfff .V .xgkgyf Q: ,RX V-V cl' . n M X X 3 3 3 CHRI TIA lTY .... an unseen force . . . drawing and casting . . . the s inevitable truth to which all men answer . . . the essence of life necessary to all . . . purpose . . . A lr if r 'H filo my l , ug.. in RELIGIOUS E PHASIS WEEK '1i'IT,'Y"","' K ' Every student who attends the University of South Dakota is given every opportunity to find religious guidance from the church of his choice. Last fall Rev, R E. Larson, Director of the activities on campus, and the University Re- ligious Council, consisting of the students, faculty, and clergy, sponsored Religious Emphasis Week. Pastors from all parts of the United States, including the convocation speaker, Rev. Robert l-lammill, Joliet, Illinois, acted as advisory and discussion leaders and teachers on the theme, "Are You Really Living?" On February 22, the first annual joint dinner of church students' groups was held, Other activities directed by the Religious Council are the annual Christmas convo, weekly chapel, and point meetings of the student church groups on campus. ljvdfe 'q""' . 3" 4 DA FGRTH CHAPEL This year on the University campus the Department of Religious Activities made plans for the construction of a permanent Chapel. This building project has been endorsed by the Alumni Association of the University, and the Board of Regents has granted authorization for the solicitation of funds. William Danforth, St. Louis, granted 35,000 of the total cost of the Sl5,000 chapel. Part of the fpl0,000 balance will be contributed as memorial gifts. Larger memorials will be recognized with bronze platesg smaller ones in a permanent Book of Gold to remain in the Chapel. Volunteer student and faculty labor will be solicited, reducing costs and making the chapel even more meaningful to the campus. Assisting in the drive for funds is Shirley Crafton, one of the sixteen "Danny Grads" sponsored by the Danforth Foundation to travel through the United States each year. The proposed chapel, 30' x 40' in size, will seat 40 with an overflow of 20. ln these days of special stress, students need a place for quiet meditation. Our chapel will stand as a constant symbol of the higher values in a materialistic age. il fl - TA' A Y ,O UNIVERSITY RELIGIOUS COUNCIL BACK pg.,-,f ftii,.,, Q,f,.Jgf,my, HUghJCl1rtsOn,ElOtrtG I.ioelt,Sl1irley Crofton, Millord Foor, Rev. Robert McCuIlogh, Rev. Richord Lorson FRC?-JT ROW John Poiil Jones, Torn Liotzke, Eorboro Reid, Rev, Rolph Moellering, Keith Gordner, Jim I-Iegdohl, Dove Morrill. BACK ROW Bob Lorko, Rev Richord Lorson, Doug Throckmorton, Russ Torver, Keith Gordner. son, Shirley Crofton, Donno Burnette, Dorothy Joquith, Lovort Mickelson, STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FRONT ROW: Jo Voughn, Corol Ben '4- 's 'CM7 .orson. l Ben- i l J i l l ll ll l l it l ll l 1 it l ll l l ll l ,i l l l 1 l l -1-:---G ,tub it l l l l 1 i A l i .HL i T. , GAMMA DELTA BACK ROW: Ann Jastrom, Velma Kuchto, Jermitt Kroge, Max Gossman, Bob Steensmo, Ed Mehner, Luther lhle, Jerold Hoff, Bob Hoeder, Bill Morfeld, FRONT ROW: Rev. Ralph Moellering, Marvin Knittel, Martin Predoehl, Elaine Lipelt, Max Gruenwald, Paul Hoeder, faculty sponsor. BACK ROW: Keith Gardner, Russ Torver, Maurice Van Gerpen, Harry Ebbesen, John Everett, Wally Klack. SECOND ROW: Rev. Thomas Fottoruso, Jean Stokes, Charlotte Ahlgrim, Bessie Lang, Shirley Crofton, Dorothy Joauith, Doug Throckmorton. FRONT ROW: Jackie Jaouith, Doro Lee Delzell, Marilyn Woddel, Virginia Harper. ROGER WILLIAMS CLUB QL? IN? f 'M W .sf V K y .,. , , ., f . ' I h . x E . , gtjyf ff ,if f'1'fl'll pf f z X I M- w, - K V 19 ' " its B ' f"'1' NEWMAN CLUB BA'K ROW, John Paul Janes, Dick Beotty, Jack Kurtenbach, Charlie Bassett, Jack Janis, Gary Ballou, Ronald Bernard, LeRoy Lombrecht, L Francis Hcnrich Joe Pruitt, Robert Wingert. FOURTH ROW: Anne Casey, Rheta Elshire, Charlene Milek, Betty Lietzke, Dick Padrnos, Melvin Simon, Don Rice, Bob Dolan, Connie Bergauist, James Merrigan, Jack Donohoe, John Welch, Beverly Prann, Pat Quinn. THlRD ROW, Mary Chausscc, June Peters, Pat Strassel, Jackie Plouf, Janet Wilds, Donna Lapp, Dolores Wolfe, Lee Lesher, Eileen Dolan, Marilyn Bc-niamin, Eeverly Erickson, Jeanne Pfeiffer, Claire Dalton, Donna Pfefferle. SECOND ROW: Father Lawrence Morbach, Marvin Wingert, Jim Mcngenhauscr, Tom Lietzke, Jane Gunderson, Frances Miller, Father Hugh K. Wolf. FRONT ROW: Jim Mundt, Jim DeVetter, Hugh Johnson, Richard Pillar, Leonard Vellek, Ed Burlan, John Bartlett. BACK ROWQ Maynard Seaman, John Briggs, Russ Tarver, Marvin Baltzer. FRONT ROW: Allen Gisselbeck, Barbara Reid, Virginia Harper Pat Seocat. USD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP YL! 4'-T K ,44'7?""x' t I Ay.- l . ,MW T, O ...J rigin- K' , H., - - PILGRIM WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP BACK ROW: Dick Absher, Bob Locke, Doug Selberg, Douglos Swift, Oscor Loe, John Horvey, Don Boyden, Don Selberg, Bruce Allen, Phil Gross, Bob Boldwin, Bruce Sheldon, Rev. Robert Midgley. THIRD ROW: Fronk Schoen, Jim Froncis, John Grohom, Gordon Cote, Jim Somuelson, Eorl Cook, Don Pottrotz, Jock Hommill, Corl Anderson, Bob Clork, Willord Hodges, Nick Ostrowski, John Sheild. SECOND ROW: Virginio Milliken, DeEldo Woodle, Morilyn Werth, Shirley Cone, Morlene Kopp, Morgoret Clork, Goil Horrell, Beverly Beotty, Eleonor Toft, Romono Memmer, Betty Hieb, Joyce Swob. FRONT ROW: Terry VonOverscheld, Morilyn Lloyd, Bonnie Jensen, Connie Clork, Jo Voughn, Jo Burges, Wolborg Olsen, Dorlene Schroeder, Ann Show, Jonice Nepstod, Moureen Sorenson. BACK ROW: Jockie Hepper, Alice lbsen, Joyce Jocobsen, Elinor Schneph, Morilyn George, Corol Witt, Donno Burnette. SECOND ROW Normon Thorson, Dorothy lverson, Edno Egelond, Poul Jensen. FRONT ROW: Joyce Fennel, Morcie Hjermstod, Jonice Hildebrand. LUTHERAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 5 F' JS .X WNY ry l 'N E--, I i ri ,hy ..., X x KAPPA PHI BACK ROW. Noncy Slokke, Pot Seocot, Groce Bormon, Morilyn Robbins, Lovon Mickelson, Joy Merl-cle, Lorroine lhrke, Orpho Fohren- Wold, Bene Stevens, Chorlene Stocker. SECOND ROW: Shirley Mocy, Phyliss Wills, Corol Benson, Bernodine Horgreoves, Mrs. I, D. Weeks, Mrs Robert McCullogh, Corol Seocot, Lorol Larson. FRONT ROW1 Pot Miller, Bernito Dykemon, Dorothy Johnson, Florence Cook. BACK ROWQ Rev. Robert McCullogh, Bruce Lushbough, Dove Morrill, Ston Jones, Silos Morrison, Joe Studenberg, Bemord Moore, Bill Liliekvrsr, Ainsworth Hogen, Rev. Fred Moclienzie. SECOND ROW: Bill Schumocher, Leroy Fitzgerald, Lelond Botes, John Jensen, Len Doly, Joe Supp-el, Ken Tort-err, Bill Tosch, FRONT ROW: Del Horgreoves, Bob Schumocher, Ken Borkemo, Horold Krizon. SIGMA THETA EPSILON QUTI 1' X I v' I I I I ',h I L,-'ef' . , . X, , -,w,-, y lil ll 45, Fahren- l A if V, .. t W... ...,,..,.....,,..W ll ni. ' 4. it 'f' ,.' .l,D. florence re, Bill en, Len ,,im..1 Ai. 'J 9 , -1 A. 1 T- .1 5 TQ " f Xp,:'lg lllb s WESLEY FOUNDATION BACK ROW: Len Galloway, Orpha Fahrenwald, Larry McRae, Loral Larson, Kent Vermilyea, Marilyn Robbins, Larry Swick, Lorraine lhrke, Ken Barkema, Joy Merkle, Craig Staudenbaur. FOURTH ROW: John Briggs, Pat Miller, Bob Schumacher, Lavon Mickelson, Pat Seacat, Jerry Zeller, Carol Seacat, Jim Nelson, Grace Bomwan, Joe Studenberg, Ainsworth Hagen, Bernadine Hargreaves, Bill Liljekvist, Bill Tosch, Ken Torbert. THIRD ROW: Bette Stevens, Jerry Barnhart, Florence Cook, Leroy Fitzgerald, Carol Benson, Bruce Lushbough, Dave Morrill, Dorothy Johnson, Bernard Moore, Bernitz Dykeman, Len Doty. SECOND ROW: Bill Schumacher, Joe Sippel, John Jensen, Del Hargreaves, Stan Jones, Harold Krizan, Darrell Dibben, Leland Bates, Marvin Baltzer. FRONT ROW: Silas Morrison, Rev. Fred MacKenzie, Donald Heck, Jackie Anderson, Nancy Stakke, Phyliss Wills, Charlene Stocker, Frances Tieszen, Shirley Macy. BACK ROW: Jill Moodle, Alberta Houck, Henry Solem, John Travis, George Clark, Howard Fulweiler, Sally Nichols, Nancy Pritchard. FRONT ROW: Sandra Espe, Sonna Montgomery, Father Robert Crawford, Ann McClenahan, Helen Feld. 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I Q V ,Z 7 ' "J: Z ' 1 WQ1vV 'Y .LQ f s-P? f ,xxkia-ix ' X i if CALISTHENICS .... race passes by and the victorious wins the intangible the masses mutilate the beauty and the athlete goes on his weary way . . . unoomprehending . . . I TH LETICS The Co,ofe , .ea eafrs avi basketball teams were led this year by ehergelic, cepa:'e cheerfeazers meer the olrechorw of Cheerleading Captaln, Jrrrrfy Forster. Crm the coldest Ca',s throoghoot football season and even if the Urwrversliy "ll" was losrhg, any farm coolo look down at the held and See the cheerleaders strll booochg arooho, leaorrwg yells and pepping up the grudders throughout the game Le to Pgh Q John Graham Shrrley Errckson Barbara Wetzel Jim Forster Mar, warufe wah, Arm Dahl Addrsorm Slothower. Cheerleaders that are hor orctored are Peggy Dorrwberger and Connie Bergquist gf Q l K ,X .K Q0 My 1 "- V" 5 all 9 mulls I lk Q'-f V2 I - fl l l - Q-Q , ..,,,.,,.,,,, mv, ' .rg 4, ,L l .mm W 'TQQ , fini! ' , l,,l f -1 .L A W 2 """""' """"M' 4, ',.5,.v,:4 x , -2 I ,f , ' !f'5'f glj' I - . 14, , V .Age An old basketball tradition at the University moved back in the basketball coaching circles in the form of Carl "Rube" l-loy. Rube, as most people know him, took over the basketball coaching reins along with his Athletic Director's job when George Deklotz left his coach- ing post at the U. to start a private 1- business. "Rube" is completing his 27th year Athletic Director Carl B. Hoy as a coach or athletic director at the U. He is also a graduate of USD. The Coyotes this year have bounced back out of the North Central Conference basement, which they held l-l R b is in l952, and appear to be on the way up under the "playing for the fun of it" method stressed by oy u e b ll nd the s irit he shows for the team almost a tradition for the antics he goes through at a basket a game a p Jim Dutcher has been Rube's chief assistant throughout the season. Qi . 134' Vik 4 1 C17 Sports Publicity Director Dean Belbas Student Ma ag n er Harold Hanson ' r LJ' FOCDTB LL l Q iii' X 4 . 'QV 'I' FF' 'ft Nnxfl Xl xg KLA xt L -jY,i,fC,., Coach Dan Lennon and Head Coach Harry Gamage take time out for a breather in this year's heavy schedule. In a sense, the U52 grid campaign was a dry one for the men of Coach Harry Gamage Not a drop of rain fell on a practice field or on a game day throughout a balmy fall But even drier were the wines of victory The Coyotes, champions of the North Central Conference rn lffil, Couldn't find a Consrstent winning pace and dropped to third place They had a season's record of four wins, three losses, ang ene tre The deadlock came with arch-rival South Dakota State .fl -2l rn a Dakota Day game played before ll,CUJ spectators, the largest audience ever The Redshrts opened the season by losing to grow-rFul Nebraska of the Eg Seven, They re- turned to thevr o'.'.n conference and reeled off successrve victories over Augustana and North Dakota U arfrfed another at the expense of Qmaha U I but rt cost them rjfearly rn tnrerres that were to have a tellrng effect cn rerra nearer of the season Mornrng- side beat us and State trcd us before the champ on lo.-.a Teachers lost a thriller Eut the season erricrt th the North Dakota Agg es admrnrsterzng a severe defeat to USD. l22 The big addition to the staff this year was Jim Dutcher. ear WGS """""' .miami x if f Pl ,ack XV 'VAR in lg 1 rg. 4 - fa... -i .g. 1 ' ARSITY l952 D B ' k F Chase F Rovere D Vogt R Rifenbark A Thanos, J. Prins, Back row: "Rube" Hoy, B. Waggoner, . runic , . , . , . , . , . D. Fuller, P. Porter. Third row: Jim Dutcher, J. Koplin, B. Jennings, R. Tarver, A. Hammer, G. Puetz, J. Kolb, D. Lorentson, B. Otto, J. Peterson, Harry Gamage, Dan Lennon. Second row: V. Merrigan, O. Braase, D. Day P Treick E Kinsman, C. Stetson, B. Brick, J. Horan, T. Weigel, J. Nelson. First row: J. Disanto, W. Nelson B H uck A. Haakinson, R. Polenz, F. Kling, H. Hanson. Cf. Haakinson, T. Pucelik, M. Rawlings, B. Rawlings, . a , Bob Jennings, Grdell Braase and Chuck Stetson found time to relax at the conclusion of an arduous grid cam- paign, but they didn't find many restful moments on the gridiron last fall. Their alert play caught the eye of coaches and athletic directors, who selected them for places on the All- , Q 1 North Central Confer h n ad for ence o or Suu H'3"""'f"' 1952. Jennings was selected for the second , time, while the others placed on the squad for the first time. Stetson and Jen- nings were also honored by their teammates with the selection as co- captains for the season. l USD - O Nebraska - 46 2,4 , X " The 1351 rielenirg NCC charrp ons opened their 152 canwnaign X A by taking on LC-'-erfdl Nebraska Cornhuskers at Lincoln. bobby Qs tx X Reynolds and corrbany rolled over the out-manned Redshtrts 45 to O 9 2 lx -' 2 N before a shirt-sleeved crowd of 2ffCCc The Coyotes held the ' ig' - l-luskers to a single TD in the first quarter, but atter that period it was the Nebraskans all the v.ay. 1 ff L Nebraska opened the scorsng late in the tirst period when crash- J! ,530 ing George Citra banged over trorn the 5. Reynolds, Eordonga, and 1 Citra had nnoved the ball from the 40-yard line for Nebraska's first l sustained drive, W Q The longest Cornhusker run of the day was recorded by former , X All-American Reynolds when he faked a punt in the third quarter and C, ff! of ' X Cd, N X skirted the right end of the Coyote line to run untouched tor SO yards. I L ffxlylr-.Z N lf ll The Universi1y's longest run was the 13 yards picked up by Don Vogt early in the first quarter. The losing Coyotes had something to cheer about when Bob "Hindu" Jennings was voted 'Cutstanding l.inernan" of the day. I NCC ALL-CONFERENCE Left, Chuck Stetsong Center, Bob Jenningsg Right, Ordell Braase Jennings and Stetson were named the Coyotes' 1952 team captains -wil USD - 62 Augustana - I8 The Coyotes opened their NCC title defense by blasting the hap- less Augustana Vikings 62 to I8 The Viking fans here at Inman Field saw the fleet-running University backs score three times in the tirst period and tive more times in the second period to give the Coyotes a lopsided score ot 55 to O at intermission. I EEZ" Z-1-'-1-r.-It f "- 1.-:--I-er 'g?4f......u:.:.. - W2-li-' Q 'Oz' 4 v A , 1. , 1 ' rf-f -it ' 1 Ii.- o" ,, J J . ..,. L Leaders in the hit parade of TD's for the University were George X "5 "" Puetz and Philo Treick with two each, and Fred Rovere, Billy Rawlings, IX 333 Rich Tarver, Vern lvlerrigan and Don Vogt with one each. Ralph ' 'fx Polenz converted six times, and Billy Rawlings, twice. My .X N Lf Dennie Erie sparked the losers by dashing I2 yards for his first TD ,gg fb -1'-4 Xb and reeling oft 63 yards for a second. Augie scored a third touchdown X ' on a pass from Erie to Phil Bruns in the last period. uk 7 N vf 5 A 0 D Duane Brunick, end I25 D f Maury Rawlings, back Bill Brick, guard Dick aYf Cen ef USD - 2l NDU ' I4 f .iffcafsiil fairer i.'.erii,'-fm, 4 rg of 71.3-113 'lflfytf of the Llrwersrry of J North Darota horre 'Q of ti--3 Cap'-32 gf:-cc the iihx by edging Q the Scar 2l to ll? Cm the rfiiif. tx? Q' r".'Qr'i3r al F Q-lj, e- .rr The Co,oTe3 zinc? ti'-Q i ,Q FQ blow of the evening after , F Dori Vogt reeleff oi? a 'ff-,aff to Fla:-3 The hall on the two-yard KZQVL line CTW fhe rem Veg: Srraffff: O'.fCT for The final Tv-iO yards. Poor rr.iriote5 later Vogt aja ri Fair-11 from the 6 to out the "U" f' our ahead I-2 10 T Polehz C3l7'.iCVi6ff both limes. X 30 A The Sioux carrie bCLJV7CiVTQ hack on the arm of Dick Koooenhaver 0 ll when he began hitvhg hig largetg in the Clear Hy halftime The NoDalcS ' '4 r had fiefl the game up i.-.iflw 1-.no roqichdoinn passes by Koooerihaver. N The Copies polled the game out of the fire in the last period X when hard-driving Fred Povere banged over from the 5-yard line for 1 A the game wirirwirig TD. 1-N' , -,ef Ts sfvf y. .R V, 6, 13+ '?Ei'M' 'B .Qs-c..bjLjs',u2jl C-,f4', if' ' .5 5 .A V ...Q rg- ,E 5215, 11 HD LL: 7 1 f A B.. if g-:nw-1.1-raixQS5pi 'hyvq 1,7-fp I' .y., -' ' s' :Qa- l , --.aw fl , -J ,iz gig Y . ' 1 ,J ..,p. 1., 1- X 5' 'L vi - - ,, ir -,t5.,. ,q. , I Y' v 'W' In t F,-JP is--A X 'W Earle Kinsman, center Phil Treick, back Jim Delfs, guard Dick Fuller, guard l26 'ff 4 USD - 27 Omaha Ll- I3 South Dakota chalked up their third win of the season and the second in a row in Vermillion as they edged an air-minded Dmaha eleven 27 to l3. Omaha opened the scoring when rifle-armed Keith Christie pitched a 30-yard scoring toss into the waiting arms of Bob Rose that put the lndians out ahead 6 to 0. Ralph Polenz finally broke the scor- ing ice for the Redshirts when he tight-roped down the sidelines on a brilliant 56-yard run, Jim l-loran turned the tide for Vermillion in the second quarter when he fell on a Nebraskan fumble in the end zone for another six points. Freshman Arlen l-laakinson picked up the third TD for the "U" when he blasted straight down the middle for lb yards. The fourth marker of the evening was chalked up by Ralph Polenz when he slipped off tackle for 40 yards. Omaha tried 40 passes in the contest. Since each pass stopped the clock, the game took three hours to finish. lt was the longest game in the history of Inman Field. '. ., ,paul W, x - W , J fl . ht" 'va fr jwzyzbz-A if w A 9 wi ' ' ,o L ' ' i Fred Rovere, back l 27 sh i fx 1 N N f , i ll L i J 0-ff ,f , 47, 6' Don Vogt, back George Puetz, back Ralph Polenz, back -4. .Milf lol id l E n l E I' l P P i n L l l K l D l l l E i l i -e--A--- - .-LEW f-'.n.T'- Af-A-f -.f-Mi. 'f---x . -- -- USD - 7 Morningside - 27 I M 8 inf If tg A 1 A Fuffif 2 aff ' ii-.323 ' Stunnei eefh' in the T QI! r T A I ' ' V' ' ' 'l met 'e "ii, fi-9 7 f TCE Que-1 Tcuchgowns, xv . ' , X ,gri the, eg t, fn 1 is as the, were bounced J ". ' z la X to the tune of 21 to 1, A T The fri? thrf-if trr-3' that the Copies had their hands on the ball thc, fffcgi T271 tfoff-g fg.r:':t7-33 Iii to touehffovfns for the Marc-org F11f,EICfa' C il' if-ir? Sfncgheri over for two of the TDS and Euqk Mller t3E1C'3 to J'rn FC'.'.T?Cr for the thsrd. The heffihlrts ht gia, ffrt for the hrs? tame late in the fourth 'T pencff when Frei Pcwtere slzptjed over from the I-yard lane to Climax J f a 32-guard drtve, ' F1 0 Q K ' 'zil ' T Mgurtit Fat.-.fltnge the brtght Itght for the Coyotes throughout av the cvcntng wth hrs scnsattonal puntung whuch kept the Maroons deep ' in thgrr own terrutory rnO5T Ot the tame. - I A 4 T .I 1' Lv lrf::',QQ.' ,N.y,,v--', . Y N' KA' rw. A , ., T T T ,T T --Q fr , na. . ,T 'T-vw"-Q -1 T T to . we-fn "" . T...., .1-:.' Trai --MT 1- T M T , -. ' '..' Tp' 45' .- f 'v 'f"'f4"Tf x R T T 2' ' T 4' Q S" ei .1-:'Nc'w' E ' ,. f . ' ww 'f ow" 1-. ' .T ern'-2'Ti""w1-' ' 'I -sq Y L,-on 5. ' .. ,gr T 1 -...Q .pq 2-nfl. -L . ISPM. , ,ga ', . y A.. M , , I , L A, en., N T V . , ' ' . .n V 'J N A 'Q 'Qfwxrfider vi .inf . 8 grassy, M, i L ,T , , '-xx. x'i 5. gt, ,ln I Ex . . - . ll-'V' J P . 1 ' ' ' . ' 1 'A vw' ' ,, mm 'vt , --. . A '. . A 1, ,x , K ,1 T..-.yu . Fr. 1. snTgAv"i I . 'inbilly' L . . gfuim 'iiyr' '- QQ!-,... ' ' . R- T 'wt r Q., 'Q .sk 5i",!"f'g-,4 4,', ,hx-"T . JQGWQ T, 5,1,,.f,,3',-,..,- , to 1. ....4..X-fqsgznn.. ,Q hunt -' L . . " , im." ' .r ,gi ' -' 5513, ' iv, A Q 1 ..s, Russ Tarver, tackle Bob Otto, guard Ray Rifenbark, center Vern Merrigan, back T28 I ' t USD - ll SDSC - ll State and the "U" both knocked themselves out of the conference running, but staged a whale of a battle that ended in a 2l to 2l dead- lock, on Dakota Day, l952. State drew the first block in the game when Jerry Welch flipped a 22-yard scoring pass to Jack Richardson waiting in the end zone. The Coyotes came back to tie the score when All-Conference Ordell Braase smashed through the "Jack" defenses to block Pete Retzlaff's punt on the 9-yard line, Fred Rovere smashed over in four plays. Don Vogt put the "U" out ahead with a 29-yard gallop in the second quarter and the Coyotes led at intermission l4 to 7. State tied the game up in the third on a plunge by Pete Retzlaff. The final University tally came in the last quarter on a 7-yard pass m Polenz to Vogt. Polenz converted for the third time and the fro Coyotes led 2l to l4. Welch knotted the score for the final time by sneaking his way for l2 yards and Osborne kicked the vital extra point to make the final score - SOUTH DAKOTA "U" - 2l , STATE - 2l. Vin wfwtt- ' 4 , T is . 1. J, ,. V frtf-Ofjzyw' " Jim Prins, center Al Hammer, end tl 129 Sk" Jim Kolb end Bill Rawlings back USD - 34 ISTC - 20 ' f Xt P , , . F , a , ,. Q 1 T. e TCW-"E"l :as3, -.nn :Fa fre cootes sefzorn cse: ms year, was taken ca? C7 :":ais lorg enoagn to g teacners a sfonnang 4 54 to .4J,Z1QT ro: It afso Acad' 'S rfooecornrg, and tnrs ' Q sweetened tbe v ctory rrore Follback John Cofcy get tre Panthers out to a durck two touch- down lead tn the ftrgt Quarter ntt ng All-Conference end Maylon XQ Kaylor with TD Qagges of 1 and 32 yards. Fred Povere started tbe Coyote counterattack by drivrng over from the 2-yard I ne to cbt 'town the Panther lead at I3 to 6. Bully RBWIEDQSI gdbbrng for an rnjured Ralbb Polenz, llmbered up bus passrng arrr. rn the seconc oerrod and connected wuth Rovere for two more markers Hrs touchdown neaves covered 31 and 46 yards to for the two tallaesr In the thrrd oenod the Qcdshtrts added rnsult to injury by ripping off two more TD's, Maurre Rawlrngs nabbed a Corey pass and raced 24 yards to pay drrt wztb the Panther rnterceotron, Bully Rawlings took to the air lanes by hrttrng end Jrm Horan for 23 yards. Xfj rbi .14 -fax '. -gr' 1' JW . , . A, A A . uh I.-,.. , Q. wr ' . . Q Mfr,-' 'P EJ 'g ' 'Q A ' 'ri' , if .I t f Q,- f A I r Q -ss rf x 1 Q ' F 'N It Q! 'll 1 4 .,., 3, -' 9 a Lil kia Arlen Haakinson, back Bill Hauck, back Jack Koplin, back 130 n , Ei. USD - 7 NDAC - 33 All visions of a NCC tie with South Dakota State faded before the passing of Erank Esposito and the North Dakota State Aggies as they bounced the Coyotes 33 to 7. lf the University and State won their games with NDS and lS'l'C, they would tie for the championship. The Bison opened the scoring on a 15-yard gallop by All- Conference Benny Noland. Erank Esposito, the pass slinging quarter- back of the Aggies, unfurled his passing attack by hitting Chuck Thurm for gain after gain. Phil Treick was the Coyote standout of the day. Treick swept around right end in the second quarter and went 69 yards down the sidelines for the longest gain of the day. North Dakota led 20 to 7 at halftirne, and picked up their last two in the final two periods on the passing of Esposito and the hard run- ning of Noland. By losing the final game, the Coyotes ended up with a conference record of three wins, two losses, and one tie. it ri? 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X 3: Q , .F Ml ,CQYIXQ yj s ix Qi N fi 'Q ' f - - f .g'Qg,Q N 0 N - x , xi ,X R. ' A . gm . K 'I ..-. .bt N ,.' .IJ io, ".N.,, , ' , - - , , ' 'i F N - S- f . NN, -N xl N Wx N- . N 4. A 4,Nh g A ., . is 4 . " ' ' ' Q U 9 I S 7 -Xt N- 5 , 0 bu' ' 'f" N . gs ,N iikfi ,Nyfw-,'g.QfNf ' 5 V ,- V " Q5 " ' 1 sf- N, ,A M . ,:, 121 g Q 5 Q K Q VTX X X its XQWN, ff! M X 'X N up Q V Q. , z. ls l BASKETB LL After twenty-six years of faithful senfice fd the University of South Dakota, Carl B. iRubel Hoy the grand old man of USD athletics, was finally hdnj --v M Q-'Qvn ored with a testimonial banquet. l-le was presented with an encased scroll commending him for his service to the youth of South Dakota. But with hig usual reverence, Rube refused to take any credit for his accomplishments. l-le only hoped he had helped the boys to a better future life. Rube had accepted such a challenge earlier in the year. George Deklotz had resigned as cage mentor and another was needed in a hurry. Rube quickly answered the call of return- ing prestige to the Coyote basketball machine. Tak- ing one senior, two juniors and three sophomores as a nucleus, the Coyotes proceeded to capture third- place in the North Central Conference and finish the season with ten victories, twice as many as they had attained the season before. Rube had again achieved success while coaching his twenty-third USD cage squad. lt was probably his last. Left: To the "Grand Old Man of Basketball at USD" goes a just recognition .... Nts is E. ubel 5 finally 5- 5 Dressfs lm fm But x-.nh ny meg: Q had he had acne rge D5 er was me call of re machine. 1 sophomor n capturer ce and fm 'any as th , Rsnv .mud USD I Jongewaard! Up and in! USD - 67 Yankton - 47 South Dakota University opened their l952, 53 basketball campaign led by Coach Rube l-loy by dropping the fast-breaking Yankton Greyhounds 67 to 47 in Yankton. The Coyotes led throughout the game by a small margin until "Jumpin' Jim" Tays began hitting ine hoop in the third period to give the Redshirts their first commanding lead, ' Tays led the l-loymen with i5 pointg Wimie holding Dick Rasmussen, the Yanktorl pivgt ace, to a mere nine points. Larry Kennedy followed Tays in scoring with I2 markers, USD - 53 Nebraska - 65 As in football, the Nebraska Cornhuskers again proved to be better than the University this time in basketball, 65 to 53. Neisnsig led the cold-shooting Redshirts throughout the game, sometimes by l5 points, Big 6' 6" Don ,longewaard dropped in I7 points to lead the losing Coyotes. USD - 68 Buena Vista - Sl Returning to their home court, the Coyotes chalked up their second win of the year by dropping an outclassed Buena Vista five 68 to Sl. After trailing by only one point at halftime, the Beavers folded in the second ha . Jim Tays led the winners with l6 markers, followed by Jongewaard with l3. Don Bruce slipped in IO for third-place honors, Jim Tays forward Jim Rath, guard Don Bruce, guard ' ll f ltta. ll llolor laltlton Qlglttles . alttln lmg tlro l9llSltltl5 'lsr wltile lon Dttot Kennedy ters. le -ot ornhuslters University, Nebraska tlrrouglroot L. pperl in ll 'rsta - El the Coyotes the toot lt l ista llvell one point at r the setttl n l6 mailers, 3, Don Bron rrrors. ruartl gum TA Ordell Braase, forward Braase scores again! USD - 58 Regis cerrege - so A much-heralded Regis College of Denver was rudely upset by a red-hot Coyote squad 58 to 56 in Vermrllron before 2,000 screaming fans. The Hoymen led throughout most ot the game by two or three Dornts and held on tenaciously to beat off a last- quarter rally, USD ' 5l Lawrence Tech - 67 The Coyotes had a problem in altitude, speed, and stride at Detroit and tailed to solve it as Lawrence Tech dropped the Redshirts 67 to Sl. The Motor QTY live lumped to a 20 to 8 first-quarter lead. USD ' 55 Grinnell - 72 d Tired from the game with ISTC, the l'loymen 7gODDed behind in the tinal period to lose to Grinnell th Tp 65. The Coyotes outshot the Pioneers from The field, but the excellent shooting percentage from fe free throw line tor the winners made the dif- ,EVQUCS Grinnell dropped in 34 out ot 46 free shots OV the deciding margin, Above, Don Jongewaa rd, Right, l37 center Matt Alexander, forward Abolfe John LONG, Cenferg Right, Dick Padrnos, forward USD - 55 Emporia State Teachers - 65 The Emporia, Kansas, Teachers, loser to Regis by 20 points a week earlier, arrived in Vermillion to turn the upset tables on the Coyotes 55 fo 55, The tired Redshirts caught the Kansans 42 to 42 late in the third quarter, but tired out in the stretch to lose their second game of the year. USD - 62 Idaho State - 6I Jim Tays came through with some magnificent fourth-quarter clutch shootin as the Coyotes came back with a staggering rally to top the ldaho Staters 62 to 6l. ldaho State was fresh from a conquest of Utah State, winner of the Madison Square Garden Holiday Festival that included LaSalle, DePaul, NYU, Manhattan and other national powers. The Coyotes trailed by a S2 to 40 margin in the last quarter be- fore Slim Jim Tays began hitting from over the court to Swish six quick baskets. Tays flipped in l9 points to lead the l-loymen, and Qrdell Braase controlled both boards on rebounds, besides picking up l7 points for second-place honors. Basket Ballet Left, Larry Kennedy, guardg l38 USD - 52 Iowa State Teachers - 68 USD - 60 Iowa State Teachers - 66 The Iowa State Teachers dropped the Coyotes for their second conference loss of the season at Cedar Falls by a 68 to 52 margin. The Panthers romped to a I7 to 8 lead at the end of the first quarter and after that they were never seriously threatened. The Redshirts' offense was divided between Braase with nine points, and Bruce, Kennedy, Jongewaard, and Alexander, who dropped in seven points apiece. Journeying to Vermillion, the Panthers brought with them a per- fect record and left the same way as they once again defeated the Hoy- men 66 to 60. The Teachers jumped to a I5 to 8 first quarter lead, but the Coyotes came back to grab the lead until the final moments of the game when the Panthers' attack began rolling again. Jim Tays paced the Redshirts in this encounter by rimming in I8 markers. Dick Black, forward Below, Matt goes up for two Above, Pete Cole, center Below, Bob Hofer, guard A -h 4 A - -i,.............-...L.-... W.. USD , 67 North Dakota U - 7I USD , 7' North Dakota U - 83 se: lair , A pair of hook-shooting centers, Bob Constantini and Jon l-laaven ' a ' 'S""1 plus always reliable Chuck Vxlolfe, were all that North Dakota University needed to upset the Coyotes fl to 67 in the NCC opener for the Coyotes, The giggx jumped to an early 34 to 23 lead which they held through- nl out the game. Don Jongewaard led a third quarter rally by pumping in ll quick points to narrow the gap to 53 - 47, before the NoDaks pulled out in front. North Dakota U again proved to be ill fated for the Coyotes as the Re-dshirts were dropped by the Sioux 83 to 7l on the road trip to the north- lands. The Sioux were again led by their ace, Chuck Wolfe, as they bounced to a 20 to l6 lead which they never relinquished. The Coyotes out-shot the Sioux from the field, but the free throw accuracy of the NoDaks proved to be the winning margin, They dropped in 3l out of 42 gift shots. vii Below, Slim Jim hooks one in! Above, Jim Lassegard, ,f 'Q forward lv Right, Bill Rawlings, guard USD - 64 North Dakota State 1 6I USD - 49 North Dakota State - 8l After commanding a strong l3-point lead at halftime, the Coyotes almost wilted under the last-quarter pressure of the Bison, but they still had enough steam left to edge North Dakota State C4 to ffl, After trailing 4l to 28 at halftime, the Bison, behind the brilliant shooting of Duane Anderson, caught and passed the tired Coyotes 56 to 55. The lead was short- lived, her.-.ever, as Eruce, and Tays dropped in succes- sive buckets to spell the doom for the traveling Bison. lt was a diff-:rent story lor the Coyotes when they traveled forth to nneet Nerth Dakota State, The Bison walked over the xi s ters to -if The Reeshfrts were only in the garre for the ffst esiarter t-.hen they trailed by a close margin of li to lf, but after that the" defense folded and thg Bison V I score: at v.f il. ..,p-- - llgthl, llll-ti 7 il i, Hitt Y , ll' lillilfgi. ll P ll' l kllilfl Q 'llllllltiil llhlllii as ti llttleiy' 33 they liifzez :ffl llli-C t . ., A-I "M-Ui lf - wrt 10 71 7 3? tl qlll tai lsiiie iil USD - 66 Augustana - 55 USD - 77 Augustana - 54 The Coyotes put an air-tight defense on the fast brealqm . . . . , t - Q AU - gainiqlgqiirnngs to pick up their second win in conference play by 3 gguio The defensive minded Coyotes held the A ' ' h - field goal in the Cfjirstcxll minutes of play as theyuggiitggttguatnalgincglg first-quarter ea . ugustana could never ll t controlling Redshirts. ra Y O Catch The ball' Tays led the l-loymen with 20 points followed by Don Br h dumped ll. Jongewaard played only the la t t me W O be the wheel in this stanza, with lO points, S Qual er' but proved to 'ln the second meeting of the two teams, Jim Rath hit his of- geJnErvf?7pecalE4of the season as the Coyotes trounced the Augustana Rath opened the Universit scorin b ri in ' - points in the first half to aid tldle Coyois lin gla7nir?gtge3getE gillflliilamfd time lead. Rath added five more points in the second half to bring his evening's total to 22, Coach l-loy emptied his bench in the last half but the hapless Vikings were unable to catch the hot-shooting locals' Jerry Lewis or Don Bruce? Q fy l ll Y Pleased to meet 'chal , .X 35531 Y W Y USD - 80 Morningside - 77 USD - 82 Morningside - 67 An unbelievable comeback in the fourth quarter and a stirring overtime surge gave the University a surprising 80 to 77 upset victory over the Morningside Maroons at Sioux City. Jim Rath sent the game into an overtime when he calmly dumped in a 35-foot field goal to tie the game 7l to 7l with l4 seconds left to play. With one minute and ll seconds re- maining in regulation play, Jim Tays and Don Jongewaard had whipped in buckets to set the stage for Rath's two-pointer. Don Bruce played his greatest game of the year by notch- ing 22 points and also proved the play-maker and field gen- eral for the' Coyotes all evening. Tays hooped i5 points fol- lowed by Jongewaard, Braase, and Rath with 13 apiece. Bruce was again the man of the hour as the Coyotes romped over the Maroons 82-67 in the season's finale to complete the sweep over Morningside. Bruce scored 25 points and field generaled USD to vic- tory over a Maroon team with which it was battling for un- disputed third place in the North Central Conference, lt also ked Coach Rube l-loy's 87th NCC win against a like num- mar n ber of losses for twenty-three years of coaching. USD - 46 SDSC - 52 USD - 79 SDSC - 7I Soath Dakota :tate me nf -C an i , nr oyef the Un versity in Ere,-ck -ds , gorrp 'sg Cqofes 52 to 46, States reserve strehgth Voted to be the wnning J fargtpr for the JackraE,b'4s 5,5 Self, Virg Riley, and Byron Luke collected 25 of their 52 DONTS. Don Josqe-.'.aard, C' C" center for the Holymen, hooked in 2,4 points to leaff the scormg parade for the "U " Jim lays and Don Eruce follow-.fed with 9 and 8 points respectively Floyd Sluler and Luke led States Scoring with l2 points whlle Riley and Belk dropped in 8 apiece. Alter a v.eelc's rest, the revengeful Coyotes de- feated the visiting Jackrabbits, 79 to 7l, in a rough and tumble ball game. Don Jongewaards scoring and Ordell Braase's re- bounding proved too much for the smaller State team. Jongewaard pumped in 20 points to lead the Univer- sity scoring while Braase grabbed l7 of the Coyotes' Sl rebounds Braase also scored l5 points. Don Bruce, sparkplog of the USD baclacourt, added I4 points and running mate Jim Rath l3 to help Braase and Jongewaard in the scoring depart- ment. Floyd Sliiiter collected l2 points and Bob Ehrke picked up ll markers to pace the Bunnies. As the USD-SDSC series enters its fortieth year of competition State maintained a lead of 44 wins, 35 losses, and one tie. The tie came in l9l5 in the final game of a four game series of which the first three were won by USD, How the game ended in a l5-l5 deadlock, no one recalls. 500 7 2-iff TA' Up, I'II get this one' 9 x ,, mg. ,, 'qs-una-B , ,,f---1Z7,,,'ii f ' V OUT ellie 'hurl 'Q Q I ' ,, ,,. gnurq U BU gnu? ,our WHEN DAKU OUT QUT' QDUT NKUU ' TRACK S- Coach Dan Lennon in his most typical pose, a stop watch in his hand, a whistle hanging around bIS NECK and a watchful glance as his thinCladS fOUVWCl The track. The Coyotes opened their V952 track season with a 46V2 to 3992 victory over the Wayne State Teachers from Nebraska. Members of the l952 track squad are pictured be- low. They are: back row, Coach Dan Lennon, Larry Kennedy, Bill Stevenson, Mark Eixenberger, Roger Raasch, Jim Tays. Second row, Student Manager Dean Cadwell, Larry Gilbertson, Pete Cole, Vince Hender- son, Neil Nelson, Jim Gardner, Bob Jennings. Front row, Keith Gross, Bob Clark, Spence Brende, Addison Slothower, John Sheild, Webster Two Hawk, Gene Rey- nick. TIS 5-1' Y, ,, X E . f X p K Xi .. lv 192 y, I 4 ' . '- fi' 5' 1 l if 'X S ce Brende Bob Clark Gene Reynick Bill Stevenson Championship mile relay team - pen With one victory on hand, the Lennonmen traveled down to Omaha to pick up their second victory of the year, The Omaha Indians cap- tured eight tirst places to tive for the University, but the second and third places paid oft as the Coyotes edged the lndians 56 to 53. Moving out to the open track after running inside most of the season, the USD thinclads mowed down competition in the annual USD Invitational. The Redshirts racked up 98 points, finishing ahead of Wayne, Westmar, Augustana, and Yankton, l J l ... ll '1 X Q S f '7 , 1 Q 1 1 J ,i .X , . i ' ' 'fi - v , V i A. , .aa-fa Wim A V, na-li V , W 1 -Upqzw t ,I ' f A ' A , 0' , A f ,M , ' K, . ' ' '-.,. - 'if .i .+A r W .4 ,W , ban . 'Y ,,f, f.. - , I ' I Qtr?-,Mx 1 ','- V A ir . s. l ,,.. MM - I., . V aw. i .airffyg L, , .qw-. -we A . . ' H ,V K . . ,P V lr 6 sw' .. , .' -30: ' 1. wwf-' , ' Y" ' A Stevenson squeezes out a tirst in the 220-yard dash at the South . . . Dakota Invitational. Bill also captured first-place honors in both ' the 440-yard and 220-yard dashes at the University Indoor ln- J'm T375 vitational, and in the lGO-yard and 220-yard dashes at the Coyote Triangular meet. l lg 1 -il: sl 'U-. KNQKTT. Sy '-.. -'-if:.T.N L 'nil-Q-,L f, . -PM J-' . ... J:...:. -.1'!2: i l Brende takes the baton from Two Hawk on the third lap of the mile relay at the Triangular meet held in Ver- l million. l i l l l 46 . ft? " 'Z Qs, , iq . ,Tl V 5' d Q35 Y' lf .r W ' ,, li ..f , nl N, r f ,-N ,Avi 1-7 ,J-'fi If My K ,W Yi fr' QCA 'S vq..4nf" At the Coyote Triangular meet the Red- shirted thinclads chalked up their third vic- tory of the year by taking first-place honors in every event. Augustana and Morning- side picked up a total of 53 points while the University totalled lO6. The mile relay team, Tays in the high jump, Reynick and Brende in the 440, Jen- fhf rf' 1 1 ,- . ,, Y ,.,,,,. H r ,Y MA, mv , Above left, eight laps equal one tired runner, namely distance man John Sheild, l-lere John has just broken the record in the two-mile run at the Coyote Tri- angular meet. Above, it looks as though that knee might give Jim Tays a little trouble, but seldom was it the case, as Jim won his share of firsts during the year. Left, Some pose! l Below, University hurdlers Duane Brunick and Pete Cole lead the pack. Brunick finished behind Cole at the Triangle meet to give the Coyotes another first and second place. 'I vi., in Ve' nings with the javelin, Stevenson in the dashes, and Gardner and Sheild in the dis- tances brought home honors throughout the rest of the season. -Q r QP 1 Vvyw Lost to the Coyotes in the l9S3 campaign are Bill Stevenson, Spence Brende, and Webster Two l-lawk, who have graduated. ln addition, Reynick and Raasch have dropped out of school. Coach Lennon will be counting heavily on the freshman prospects to fill in these gaps that were left open. Pictured at right as they work out for winter track are freshman Billy Hauck, and vet- eran Bob Clark. ,',, ms. 9 ,,,,.... l l, l L, 2 ,. T X 2 milf F Q 2 T .,,, at . ' sift lf A Q-it ' ' S I . wt' f"5,, ,ff ay L M ,' K N L . r xr lv Right, Gene Reynick passes the baton to Stevenson for the last lap of the mile relay. Gene's tremen- dous speed did much to bolster the strength of the relay team. He also copped first place in the 440-yard dash at the NCC meet. Left, distance-man Jim Gardner coasts to a victory in the BBO-yard run. ig Below, Webster Two l-lawk digs out for a fine start in the mile run which he won at the Triangular meet. !?----Cf ' l .-'gps-M M-inf,- -fund l l i 'Sk ,1 i N U INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS 'X Dan Lennon, left, is one of the busiest men pn the University campus. Not only does he oversee the intramural athletic program of which he ig, director but he also serves as head track coach, assistant foot- ball coach and freshman basketball coach. The Uni- versity has nine intramural sports. Never is the prp- gram at a complete standstill. lt affords an estimated two of every three male students on the campus 3 chance at competing in some physical sport. ln- cluded in the intramural agenda are touch football basketball, baseball, track, swimming, tennis, hand: ball, volleyball and golf. Championship teams and in- dividuals gain many opporturities to win trophies and medals for their athletic skills. For others, it presents the opportunity to "keep a hand in" athletics although maybe just for the recreational value. With the University Armory, Prentis Park, the municipal golf course, and softball and tennis facilities on the USD campus as their playgrounds, the students at- tending school here gain every opportunity tp Com- pete in intramural athletics. FCOTBALL Beta Theta Pi went through the l952 season with- out defeat in the intramural touch football league to take the crown from the defending Lambda Chi's. Dick Mika, a cool-headed, deadly accurate passer, proved to be the big cog in the Beta offensive machine. Big 6' 3" John Lohre was his main target for passes most of the season. The Phi Delts came through with sec- ond place and the Delts, Lambda Chi's and the SAE's were all knotted up for third place. Above left, Phi Delf fans look concerned 85 they see their team lose to the Beta champs, left. Aj' . 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I-M SPORTS There were many minor athletic attrac- tions which held the attention of the intra- mural sports fan during the i952-53 season. Sigma Alpha Epsilon copped the V952 volleyball crown, finishing with a IO-l record in the l2 team tournament. Members of the title winning squad were Ned Polenz, Burdell Coplan, Dave Vrooman, George Andree and Bill Rawlings. Beta Theta Pi finished a close second behind the winning SAE quin- Tet. Paul Smith led his Delta Tau Delta team- the l952 bowling championship in a heated four-way race for the title, Ten d in the tourney, which saw VTTEITEES to teams compete the Delta Sigma Pi team finish second. Handball during the i952 season was played on an individual basis for the first team affair consisting of doubles matches only. time Previously the sport had been a it out for the title, with Stan Siegel winning over footballer Bob g , TRACK I952 The V352 track crown was copped by the Independent or the Minsky group on campus with the Beta's and the Lambda Chi's trailing in second and third place. Big Don Vogt proved to be the winning factor tor the lndees as he copped the Fat Man's lOO-yard dash, the IOO-yard dash, and anchored the winning half-mile relay team. Marlyn Veren, Fred Rovere, Ralph Polenz, Don Bruce, Bruce Lushbough, and Harold Gallagher sparked the winners to victory. Some of the other individual winners were Ralph Polenz in the shot put, John Lohre in the high jump, and Don Steinbeck in the low hurdles. Beta Theta Pi copped second with John Lohre pacing the winners. Don Steinbeck proved to be the individual star for the thinclads ot Lambda Chi Alpha as they finished in third place. -Qu - A -L S. W , V-N.. vp uni 1-:Q L-gwfanuuk l ' i - 4- i WA The Bastille, known to most people on campus as just another name for the Old Armory, is the home of WAA and most of the competitive sports of the fairer sex. Highlights of WAA and their physical program in- clude the annual softball tournament between the various sororities and dorms on campus, the round- robin basketball tournament, the water ballet spon- sored by Dolphins, and the tennis tournament that takes place each year, Other activities that the WAA takes part in are the formation of a modern dance club and the sponsoring of an ice rink for the stu- dents of USD and the facilities that go with it, Besides the physical aspect, WA!-X sponsors a can- didate who goes to the national WAA convention in Denver. Social activities also play a big part in WAA's yearly program. Some of these activities are the "Get-Acouaintedu picnic each fall where upper class- men and freshmen have a chance to meet each other. They also have a dinner-initiation banquet in the winter and another banquet in the spring. Officers for the l9'53 year are Lucille Connaugh- ton, presidentg Ann Paulsrud Mumford, vice- presidentg Bette Stevens, secretaryg and Mary Quintal, treasurer. Below: Carol Nulsen, Gladys Leonard, and Bobby Lyon are seen planning the University women's physical education courses. SNFIMOS g 5 'uogmadwoo lemweilug siuawom mug awoo gsm! seq 'A Q 6uu Mo 9 4 1,9 Supwow WM sg 6uquJoLu Aepmwg swwog -swdaquexvnn1sSL4lM1SPSOvc1smSL+1UQL1M all .1 Q w 'dpqsuogdweqo luaweumol sql pamldea segaql aql Quopmadwon HQQAQHOA ggfyl sql Ol snogAaJd selaql sql WM A6a4en,s slogd pelsng Hqneogn TIVHAEITIOA , ,,,.,l.1...11- luv- ln: 5 11. l""!f Hx . .YQ-r 'Ps- .ij ir. .. BEFORE. Pat Montgomery, Bette Stevens, and Donna Lapp sight in the target. Left, we claim her, too. 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These have been and will continue to be the emphases of the IFC at South Dakota University. BobSw anson ,p,eaie,.i I TER-FRATER ITY COUNCIL BACK ROW1 Dove Morrill, John Poppos, Deon Sumner, George Jensen, Bruce Lushbough. SECOND ROW: Jerome Fitzgerold, Mox Gruenwold, John Lohre, Gene Osmon, Fronk Myers. FRONT ROW: Bob Nelson, Dick Kollestod, Jim Roth, Jim Smith. ' all u -'75 'sb . 1 sr' ALPH PHI I .gf L 1'1- 'X ll . Y - 1 Charlotte Ahlgrim Connie Bergquist Connie Brown Bette Jean Brune Joanne Burges Dora Lee Delzell Dorla Dries Betty Due Marilyn Fisher Maxine Gordon Lois Greenough Louise Hulsebus Shirley Ketfeler Velma Kuchta Ilene Adamski Nila Lee Berry Mary Chaussee Mary Flannery Rheta Elshire Delores Grubl Laura Gutz Lorraine lhrke ACTIVES Lavon Mickelson Mary Lou Gilfillan Marilyn J. Miller Marilyn Y. Miller Patricia Miller Mary Mumford Sally Nichols Nancy Pennock Cholice Pier Dorothy Schulz Connie Taplett Carleen Waugh Nancy Winter DeElda Woodle PLEDGES Carol LeDuc Betty Lietzke Maurine Mader Joy Merkle Charlene Milek Marilyn Robbins Jane Simonton Joy Zeller 4 . e Z F I 1 , I ' 'V 5 I 4 , . . 4 y , ' l E . l li I I ii i l i I :ill . 22' fi i : l t ' 'Aft' t L., 1 , 3 K If Nil' ' 'f 1 MARILYN FISHER MRS. ZIEGLER MARY MUMFORD First Semester President Hoasemother Second Semester President BACK ROW1 Marilyn Y, Miller, DeElda Woodle, Mary Lou Cuilfillan, Louise Halsebus, Bette Brune, Laura Getz, Dora Lee Delzell, Nancy Winter, Velma Kuchta, Ilene Adamski, Betty Due, Tl-llRD ROW: Patricia Miller, Shirley Keffeler, Joy Zeller, Darla Dries, Lorraine lhrlce, Lavon Mickelson, Charlene Milelc, Marilyn Robbins, Betty Lietzlce, Connie Jo Bergauist, Joy Merkle, Rheta Elshire, Mary Flannery, Connie Taolett. SECOND ROW: Maxine Gordon, Sally Nichols, Marilyn Fisher, Mrs. Ziegler, Carleen Waugh, Marilyn J, Miller, Joanne Burges. FIRST ROW: Nancy Pennock, Dorothy Scholz, Lois Greenough, Mary Chaussee, Nilo Berry, Cholice Pier, Delores Olson, 1- C 13'-as, ..,-l J'- LA: we .I 11111 ff miillllllll LPHA TAU OMEGA Larry Baltzer Dick Black Bruce Blake Jerry Bollinger Dave Bruce Ed Burian Earl Cook Darrell Arms Dick Bottolfson Tom Bray Bill Cerney Gary Christensen Bill Clark Dale Denison Craig Dobson Bob Corey Gordon Cote Russell Craig William Dale Virgil Eisenbeisz Jim Fitzgerald Jim Forster Max Gruenwald Jack ldema Carl Inman Barrett Jones Dick Kory John Kuni Larry Matteson Harry Ebbeson Fred Folkerts Jim Frederickson Keith Gardner Richard Gorsuch John Graham Jim Hall Dean Holm Kent Komarek Jack Kurtenbach Jack Kurtz l84 l I l iii Q. Fir BACKRC lomflul Minlilzq ACTIVES W Li Ofl De i M Jim,Mengenhauser mms Frank Myers ' 1 Wesley Nelson ' l -A Dennis Oschner Jack Peterson fl Paul Peterson 'lk ,'A Roger Risty il Norven Roggen b L' Bill Schatz Ii l ,' .I ,Z Ronny Thacker , 1 Earl Van Gerpen I' 4. ii Maurice Von Gerpen Q i it Fred Wemmering 1' J Todd willy 'I r y l i i l i PLEDGES qi Bob Long Larry Luther Dennis McDonald Ken Niedon 'W s Dick Pillar -ly ,' Jim Samuelson il Sam Sechser Douglas Swift Paul Torgeson Ralph Vohs QI' , Earl Wagener A 5 A 1- .47- I .C if: . JZ: A1 .- , -. gl, A: -1' it Qsifiglg X 14 f 1 .g-n-""""" BRUCE BLAKE MRS. BAIN MAX GRUENWALD First Semester President l-lousemother Second Semester President BACK ROW: Dove Bruce, Lorry Luther, Douglos Swift, Kenneth Niedon, Jock Kurtz, Bob Corey, Russ Croig, Bill Shotts, Poul Peterson, Lorry Boltzer, Richord Gorsuch. FOURTH ROW: Bruce Bloke, Kent Komorek, Eorl Wogener, Dick Bottolfson, Todd Willy, Lorry Motteson, Jim Fitzgerold, Gory Christensen, Jock Kurtenboch, Bill Clork, John Grohom. THIRD ROW: Jim Mengenhouser, Fronk Meyers, Wes Nelson, Mox Gruenwold, Mrs. Boin, Borrett Jones, Roger Risty, Gordon Cote, Eorl Cook. SECOND ROW: John Kuni, Fred Wemrnering, ' ' k E l V Ger en. FIRST ROW1 Richord Pillor, Dick Kory, Jomes Forster, Jock ldemo, Edword Burion, Virgil Eisenbeisz, Ronold Thoc er, or on o Dennis McDonold, Jomes l-loll, Corl lnmon, Mourice Von Gerpen, Norv Roggen, Bill Dole, Dennis Oschner. 'Ri ff It . ALPHA I DELTA Lorraine Bradley Marjorie Bruyer Lucille Connaughton Lenore Crompton Pat Derry Dorothy Dyer Norma Erickson Shirley Ericson Betty Fideler Ardith Fischer Harriet Fischer Dorothy Fix Dorothy Jaquith Jeanne Krieger Ita Loe 4 .. nb ,- ACTIVES Donna Pfefferle Barbara Rouse Margaret Schumacher Barbara Smith Rose Marie Smith Phyllis Sullivan JoAnn Trenker Lavonne Yeado PLEDGES Marilyn Benjamin Beverly Meier Judith Hauffe Beverly Miller Mary Louise Larson Dorothy Plowman AUd"eY Algard Joyce Markus Marilyn Rembold l86 . li t 'R at . xi X , i . I i , l I ,l P . t xg? i -L Ji. 1'2'j.f9e'2 if .I l First 5 EACK ROW: '::her, llll SFKCND ROl lm lot, llldll v X ,fur VY PAT DERRY MRS. DANFORTH HARRIET FISCHER First Semester President Flousemother Second Semester President BACK ROW: Beverly Miller, Lenore Crompton, Jeonne Krieger, Morjorie Bruyer, Lucille Connoughton, lloh Moe Worner, Morqoret Schu- mocher. Tl-llRD ROW: Morilyn Beniomin, Shirley Ericson, l-lorriet Fischer, Donno Pfefferle, JoAnn Trenker, Borboro Smith, Borboro Rouse SECOND ROW: Audrey Algord, Betty Fideler, Dorothy Joouith, Mrs. Dontorth, Pot Derry, Normo Erickson, Dorothy Plowmon, FIRST ROW ll' S lli on. lto l.oe, Ardith Fischer, Dono Olson, Pot Strossel, Lovonne Yeodo, Phy is u v WS' 6? 3 rf l ln l il 'i l l l li' l il J 1 of-if ! 1 i l 1 a l J B El! 54115: "':: 'J il- 'TN ,.., -"5"f"qunr'o tl W L i r 'U . lv 'WSDL .f M: . 'az , 9 .. rg ,. Y., . , 1 . s Q: 'W V 'ls .fag ' .3521 'ft' i- Clint Clark Bob Clark I ll' -1 H Jack Conway 4 sy. . Terry Dynes i ' F' Q- Don Fairbanks 4 Chuck Geppert l Bud Goodroad ' Brooks Gunderson Matt Alexander George Hagglund Bruce Allen Willard Hodges Bob Anderson Gene Horrell Russell Bauer Bob Hauck l Pete Beckman Dean Hutton Q Jack Berry Dick Hyde Ordcll Braase Frank Hyjek Bill Brick Bob Jennings I Francis Buckmeier Bradley Jensen l Les Carlson John K. Jones J Gordon Campbell Bob Larson Ge0"9e Carstens Buron Lindbloom 2 l Keith Crozier Bob Davis 3 Bill never A Jack Donahoe ! Wayne Donahue ' Charlie Bassett Jack Flynn Dean Belbas Harley Hanson 5 Dllik Befguln Claude Heither George Bogdos James Jaynes Dale Cowman Paul Kingery l88 ACTIVES John Lohre Dick Lynch Judd Mabee Bill Markey Al Markovetz Mick McDowell Bob Mitchell Jack Morgan Mike Nagle Dick Padrnos Jim Prins George Puetz Charles Roach James Smith Chuck Stetson John Stringer James Tiede Norman Torrison Bob Waggoner Bill Wilkins PLEDGES Jack Mahan Dean Malone Gene Malone Carney Nelson Ron Perret Mick Sherer E i Fil BACK RC Morkover Russ Baum Charles F John Lohl ml fzlff 'X- -ff-, , . . ffm Q 2Q 'gigg 4 .IV f 0 ' nz xx-451 D if Qi' ,E .. -yn. 13. IK? ' 2 . Qihf' rv' , 1 5 -P Q gi' P 4 f 2 4' 1 , ,. Q I Y T Q Q. A 1 l 2 ,Z V I 3 E , 1,3 Q h g, il, ' . 'ggi 5,21 , H cm V ' - 4 -X, X.,. " 4 , 4 . n O e 1 i!!tf' 'ci iz ,I t T vs.. ...-- ,, 41-'Elle' "" er.A."-.'!x-1"-. s.. ' HI OMEGA ll 5 . .F g Sigrid Anderson Joan Bristow Beverly Edson Marlys Bjorkman Julie Bode Edna Egeland Vickie Erickson Orpha Fahrenwald Joan Gilchrist Ruth Gruenewald Pat Hillery Marilyn Hobbs Carol Hoffer Alberta Houck Alice lbsen Dorothy Johnson JoAnn Johnson Marilyn Kolberg l9O ACTIVES Nora Jean Hyde Bonnie Jensen Marilyn Lloyd Walborg Olsen Nancy Pritchard Carol Seacat Bette Stevens Ann Torrison Meredith Visnow PLEDGES Ferol Oursley Pot Seacat Donna Steller Alice Weging I f , Hi. , 'xv HOFFER MRS BATHER MARILYN LLOYD CAROL . First Semester President I-Iousemother Second Semester President BACK ROW' Joon Gilchrist Morlys Bjorkmon, Vickie Erickson, Bette Stevens, Donno Steller, Pot Seocot, Alice Weging, Pot I-IiIIery. B I Ed n Nonc THIRD ROW: Orpho Fohrenyvold, Corol Seocot, JoAnn Johnson, Morilyn Kolberg, Morilyn Hobbs, Ruth Gruenewold, every so , y Pritchard. SECOND ROW: Nord Jeon Hyde, Alberto Houck, Morilyn Lloyd, Corol I-Ioffer, Edno Egelond, Meredith Visnow. FIRST ROW. Ann Torrison, Bonnie Jensen, Julie Bode, Joon Bristow, Sigrid Anderson. 437 ixqi I Q13 Z9 . ,PV rf' mg - - I iw 5. T? A 7 T' . Y' 'F , I l l l l l '1 F. ix 'R+ -. ' -f'--.1 .41 DELTA TAU DELTA Acnvfs 1 1 Bill Anderson Hal Babbe Steve Bailey Marvin Beil Ben Blumenthal Duane Brunick Don Buxton Roger Cheatham Roger Christensen Bill Day Mark Eixenberger Don Eli Dick Erickson Paul Flanagan i i l l l i ll,-"""'--QQG Dave Anderson Jerry Bales Roger Bartholaw Bill Bryant Dick Dargen Joe DiVito Bob Enders Jim Francis Howard Fulweiler Harry Gamage, Jr. Rick Gereau Dean Graham Phil Gross Jack Hamilton Harold Hanson Vincent Henderson Charles Higgins Dick Hackett John Hulse Norbert Johnson Charles Jones Roy Jurgenson Dick Kallestad Marvin Knittel Ken Koop Steve LeFevre Walter Leyse Jack Mayer Larry Frie Tom German Ronny Hale James Kennedy Fritz Kling Paul Larive Harry Lloyd Mike McClure Bob Middleton Ed Nordling Ron Randall l92 James Middleton Jerry Moen Colin Monfore Ken Noel Jim Osborn Parker Powell Ronald Runge Art Schanche Jim Schmidt Roger Schalten Don Schultz John Sheild Henry Salem Frank Spieker Dean Sumner Neil Tratman John Turner Dwane Watson John Wehde Ronny Whalen Keith Wrage Jim Ryan Don Selberg PLEDGES Doug Selberg Clay Smebakken Charles Stadtfeld Ken Urdahl Herb Vogt Ted Weber Bill Weber Merritt Wiseman Bill Whitmore BACK RO Schollen, l Dick Erick Noel, lim Chuck Jon Ed Nordlin ROW: Dou BUXTON MRS MARTELLE CHARLES JONES DON . Second Semester President Housemother First Semester President D on Grolnom Jim Schmidt John Sheild Dick Kollestod, Roger BACK ROW: Steve Boiley, Henry Solem, Mick Henderson, Don Buxton, e . , , , Scholten, Mork Eixenberger, Dwone Wotson, Dick Hockett, Bob Enders, Ken Urdohl, Jock Hcrnilton. FOURTH ROW1 Chuck Stodtfeld, Dick Erickson, John Turner, Art Schonche, Hol Bobbe, Horry Gomoge, Bob Middleton, Roger Bortholow, Porker Powell, John Wehde, Ken Noel, Jim Kennedy, Jerry Moen, Ted Weber. THlRD ROW: l.orrry Frie, Horry Lloyd, Ben Blumenthol, Wolt Leyse, Fronk Spiecker, Chuck Jones, Mrs, Mortelle, Duff Lowrenson, Roger Cheothom, Jim Froncis, Bill Anderson, Jim Osborn, SECOND ROW1 Dove Anderson, Ed Nordling, Ronny Hole, Deon Sumner, MQW Knjffell Dgn Selberg,Jim Middleton,Bill Bryont, Bill Whitmore, Ronny Whalen. FIRST Ch istensen, Morvin Beil, Dick Dorgen, Mike McClure, Steve L.eFevre, ROW1 Doug Selberg, Tom Germon, Cloy Smebokken, Roger r , ,. L 13.45-, s.-wg mb A ll X., eq, Lei fx i .V A 3- S , . 6 J' W- -we :f,-.3 V: ,tr .,,, Alf?-gil, cv 5, . if Q like ?"'K 5 KAPPA ALPHA THET Claudia Beauregard Doris Benson Carol Clark r ,f ' . 1 , Q as QM ,N . ,en s if - Barbara Croson Colvin Mary Jean Dunn Jean Gilbert Jane Gunderson Trudy Hasse Veloy Hawkey Jacqueline. Hepper Mary Halgate Ruth Howalt Nancy Lees Shirley Macy Ann Paulsrud Mumford Mary Jaan Vanden Marilyn Berry Arlyce Brown Bette Christensen Josephine Foasberg Beth Grange Berdyne Harris Betty Holmoe Gail Harrell Patti Hughes Ann Jastram Berge ACTIVES Patricia Rustad Patricia Sather Mary Schumacher Ann Louise Shaw Dorothy Sievert Elizabeth Smiley Janis Smith Nancy Stakke Frankie Swett Marilyn Werth Mary Jean Whiting Ann Whitmore Sally Winter Carol Witt PLEDGES Karen Johnson Kathryn Kiel Beth Lund Janice Nepstad Norene Nordling Janice Rademacher lslea Riggs Charlene Stocker Janis Stone Nancy Sweet Eleanor Taft nl"" 11:3 I ' xl il ,-1.-r-1 T357 J ,, 4.- 4 -.X I Y N tr... gf A-yearn -dw Q we 1? . r , Q 1 MARY HOLGATE MRS. BALL CAROL WITT Second Semester President Housemother Ftrst Semester Pre-stdent BACK ROW3 Arlyce Brown, Cloudro Beouregord, Morulyn Worth, Noreen Nordltnq, Mory Holoote, Koren Johnson, Potricio Huqhes, Beth Gronqe, Betty Holmoe, Noncy Sweet, Eleonor Toft, Jonks Smrth, lone Ctunderson, Dorothy Srevert, Elrzobeth Smrley, Dons Benson, Veloy Howkey, THIRD ROW: Jonrce Rodemocher, Josephrne Foosberg, Borboro Croson Cotvan, Ann Jostrom, Potncuo Rustod, Ann Loutse Show, Jonuce Neostod, Morrlyn Berry, Potncto Montgomery, Ann Wnrtmore, Ruth Hot-.oIt, Sorott Wrnter, Mory Joon Vonden Berqe, Snrrley MOCY, Chorlene Stocker, Fronkte Swett, Kothenne Ann KIQI. SECOND ROW Jeon Grlbert, Ann Pouisrud Mumford, Corol Clork, Noncy Stokke, Elrzobeth Kroeger Gereou, Coroi Wttt, Mrs Boll, Gertrude Hdsse, Bertporo Borrett, Mory leon Whttrng, Cothenne Sessler, Mory Jeon Dunn. FIRST ROW1 Bette Cnnstensen, Mory Ann Hottz Rowltngs, Glono Nonson, Noncy Lees, Jocoueltne Hooper, Potructo Sother, lsleo Riggs, Florence Cook, Goal Horrell. e., -, s.. .1 E K x vs.-5 vt ff.. we ,,o,...ec,.m 2"""' ., ,.,f '. V' V J 'AQ -fi: V Je .,A,'--gpw Q W , . .., , , 9 -- -7 " ' ef..4Q'd Q .',.. .?'T-4-rr- it , ' f-'fm LAMBDA CHI ALPHA N v . I . 5: 1 .vvl Rudy Abild Dick Absher Jim Baird Bob Baldwin Dave Bernard Max Beyer Dick Colwell John Dalton Rod Flannery W Walt Bartlett Darrell Benson Ronald Bernard Jack Freed Jack Green Plin Haerter Allan Hammer Paul Hauffe Bob Hickey Paul Jenson Merle Johnson John Paul Jones Herbert Larson Jack Lee Keith LeVake Tom Lietzke Bruce Lushbough Dick Boccard Gene Carr Jim Fellwock Greg Greenlee Gordon Greeny Roy Hagen Roy Keene LeRoy Lambrecht Don LeVake Ray Morkve Jim Mundt l96 ACTIVES Don Miller Denny Moir Bob Nelson Grant Newman Bill O'Neill Sam Patterson Faris Pfister Jim Sorensen Don Steinbeck Larry Swick Keith Tidball Bill Tobin Wayne Ufford Bill Zaayer PLEDGES Chuck Mussler Tom O'Connor Dick Oakland Jay Pryor Don Rice Terry Schutz John Van Why Bob Volden Jim Weeks Jack Wold Jerry Zeller fo as Q Q 1-'ff BACF Jim E Don I Tobin Jim l Hoerl Zelle r I lg? ff? .xu.,. W ll ,lil its ,KVA "fs lla fl' 1 z U.: i Lax , ,-:pf E! , ii Q . x 0 DICK COLWELL MRS. GERLACH BOB NELSON First Semester President Housemother Second Semester President BACK ROW: Dove Bernord, Jock Lee, Tom O'Connor, Gordon Greeny, Foris Pfister, Dick Colwell, Mox Beyer, Rod Flonnery, Keith l.eVoke, Jim Boird, FIFTH ROW: Herb Lorson, Som Potterson, Jim Sorensen, Gene Corr, John Jones, Dick Boccord, Jock Wold, Roy Morlcve, Don Rice, Dick Ooklond, Woyne Ufford. FOURTH ROW: Terry Schutz, Don l.eVoke, Ronnie Bernord, Bob Hickey, Jim Fellwoclc, Bill Tobin, Bill O'Neill, Bob Boldwin, Lorry Swick, Don Miller, THIRD ROW: Wolter Bortletr, LeRoy Lombrecht, Chorles Mussler, Joy Pryor, Jim Mondt, Lynus Pickert, Greg Greenlee, Rudy Abild, Al Hommer. SECOND ROW: Merle Johnson, Denny Moir, Roy Hoqen, Plin Hoerter, Keith Tidboll, Trumon Schwortz, Gront Newmon. FIRST ROW: Bob Volden, Jim Weeks, John Von Why, Dorrell Benson, Jerry Zeller, Roy Keene, Bob Nelson. f,i, x . . i i s . welll 'llll' :TSW .X 'lu I . H f 35 . e A A T I mf .l I ' . Z-AQ N. . ,1"ilN-ig. ' , .. ,om -,.,,,,, ' 'D' vv-g"alZv2'!77 N1 , ' V ,Q . Y g ,M 'Q -.J ' S f 'A . . 1 Pl BETA PHI Renee Bowden Mary Ann Boyles Connie Clark Shirley Coe Claire Dalton 'Y Jackie Anderson Beverly Beatty Margaret Clark I ",5'QQ- - Q Eileen Dolan Pegg Gorder Pat Henley Norma Reeder Hoffman Dorothy Iverson Joyce Cowels Jaeger Ruth Keeler Kitty Lauritzen Mary Jane Lee Ann McClenahan Mary McKeon Virginia Milliken Sonna Montgomery Peggy Dornberger Beverly Erickson Marlene Erickson Sandra Espe Marilyn George Patti Grewe Lee Lesher Marilyn Luther Virginia McKay 198 ' if A . , , ACTIVES Sally Olson Nell Pribble Mary Quintal Marlene Rieb Barbara Jones Schmidt Darlene Schroeder Marilyn Bleeker Schumacher Peggy Smith Maureen Sorenson Joyce Swab Jo Vaughn Joan Wagner Betty Ward PLEDGES Jill Moodie Peggy Moore Phyllis Odland Mary Jean Pfeiffer Evonne Stoel Darlene Van Tour Nancy Voss Dorothy Wilkes Mary Woods t A . X A xx' zijn W'-,J ',:N"'.'.'3U t "xuvmn,,,n-I 'QA .S PEGGY SMITH MRS. BLOM JO VAUGHN First Semester President House mother Second Semester President ll Odl d Eleen Dolon Sonno Montgomery Morlene Erickson, Dorlcne BACK ROWi Mory Jone Lee, Lee Lesher, Solly Olson, Phy is on , i , , O Schroeder, Sondro Espe, Evonne Stoel, Morgoret Clork, Jockie Anderson, Shirley Coe, Dorlene Von Tour, Virginio Mzl-ioy THIRD ROW1 Mory Jeon Pfeiffer, Morlene Rieb, Borboro Jones Schmidt, Jill Moodie, Morilyn George, Joyce Cowels Joeger, Morilyn Lother, Noncy Voss, Roth Ann Keeler, Connie Clork, Dorothy lyerson, Morgoret Moore, Mory Woods, Beverly Beotry, Dorothy Wilkes, JOyCC S-.-rob. SECOND ROW' Jo Voughn Ann McClenohon Pot l-lenley, Peggy Smith, Mrs. Blom, Mory Quintol, Normo Reeder Hotfmon, Nell Pribble, Renee l yerl Erickson, Cloire Dolton, Mory Bowden. FIRST ROW: Moureen Solrenson, Morilyn Bleeker, Peggy Dornberger, Virginio Nilliicen, Bef y Mclieon, Joon Wogner, Mory Ann Boyles, Pegg Gorder. A D , -Q 7 if u -' A cf E-' C R if lf ' 1 If J' A I I l Y 2 In xz C Q , E ' i 4? , .vw- X 1 it' f - l.- L '5 c' y 1 l iii' W vi ' 4 f"f' l il i 'S i J' is is EY l PHI DELTA THETA 4 ,i l l l l it lf 'l . '. J A MR ' L. I yn , llllll . 1' 0 I Howard Anderson Richard Battey Keith Beekley Ronald Bergesan Tom Brasel O Francis Chase Brook Davis Allan Desmond Doug Egan Ron Erickson Charles Feyder Bill Friedhoft RTE' Ill Richard Chaussee Roger Chaussee Pete Cole Robert Crompton Jimmy Dells Richard Enright Jack Galloway Gordon Graff Robert Hofer George Horner Richard Howes William Hurley Larry Kennedy Richard Kenney James Lassegard Denton Fuehrer Vincent Galvin Larry Gilbertson Ronnie Jenkins Don Jongewaard Ted Kemper Jim Kolb Jim Larson Delbert Lowe ACTIVES Doug McKenzie Jim Michels Robert Mosher Wayne Olson John Pappas Pat Porter Dale Plooster Jim Rath Keith Rokke Larry Scott Stan Siegel Phil Snyder Phil Treick Lyle Wagner George Weisensee PLEDGES Jim Monick Mike Nickel Jim O'Neill Lyle Ricklefs Danny Robar Scott Smith Dick Swedeen Tom Ward Donald Waugh BACl Georg lim l Horni Mrs. per, l Il.. 5 ri M V, n , ,ity . wa' W' 1 is i 'F ROGER CHAUSSEE MRS. WHALEN JACK GALLOWAY First Se mester President l-lousemother Second Semester President B b C t n Bob l-lofer Gordon Oroff P'-le Cole BACK ROW: Don Robor, Ron Erickson, Chorles Feyder, Jim Michels, Woyne Olson, o romo o , . , f , c , ' V T ' k J' Roth Jimm Delfs Tl-HRD ROW' Mike Nickel Brook Dovis Dooq i,tf...en:-fs George Weisensee, Will l-lurley, Jim O'Neill, Phil reic , im , y . , , ,C , S , S ' ' ' f Ji K lb D k Howes, Vince Colwn, Ceorqe Jim Lossegord, Froncis Chose, Lorry Kennedy, Lyle Wogner, Pot Porter, Bill Friedhof , im o , ic ' ' ' A R if Cl Horner, Al Desmond, Scott Smith, Doug Egon. SECOND ROW1 Som Sechser, Dick Kenney, Jim Monick, Dick Wertmon, oi, r noone, FlRST ROW1 Dick Swedeen, Jim Word, Ron Bergeson Ted Kem- Mrs. Wholen, Keith Rokke, John Poppos, Tom Brosel, Jock Gollowoy. Der, Delbert Lowe, Denny Fuehrer, Dole Plooster, Dick Enright, l-loword Anderson. I vm fp W I ,X 1 '-2 f aff ' 1' if lk x f 1-A 7 1"'w',' F17' i ,r ff F, i l i ,V 1 I I l l i i F f I Jerry Fricken Jack Grieves Bob Hamill Don Heck SIGMA ALPHA EPSILO Doug Aistrope Jim Anderson Bill Bloemendaal Bob Bloemendaal Bruce Bosworth Joe Bottum Mike Bottum Dick Chilson Charles Courey Dave Crary Bill Day Bob Dolan John Dewell Dick Ellison 0 5 ,. ,, Tom Altenhoffen Tom Alway Courtney Anderso Gary Ballou Jerry Deloss Lloyd Earley I1 Jim Hegdahl Francis Henrich Ed Hooper Chad Hoyme Earl Kinsman Bill McBride Jim McGlynn Ray Maas Dennis Maloney Dick Mead Bill Morfeld Gene Osman Bill Patrick Darwin Peterson Sam Pfeifer Bill Rawlings Maurice Rawling Rich Elms Gary Fellwock Ron Foster Arlen Haakinson Jack Harvey Bill Hauck Jerry Hoff Dave Holtze Lewis Kaufmann AI Korn Nick Junge S ...XA ACTIVES Jim Redfield John Satter Dee Schmidt Frank Schoen Jim Schumacher Addison Slothower Howard Stoddard Bob Swanson Alex Thanos Jerry Tracy Dave Vrooman Jack Walker Jim Waring Jim Welter Jack West Cliff Wobken PLEDGES Tom Lawler Don Mills Bob Olesen Harlan Peterson Jim Rallis Jim Stewart Frank Stickel Dan Swain Orlan Tinkleberg Tony Weigal Jerry Whitman Lawrence Whitmeyer Dick Williams C BACK l Olesen, Howard Mills. Woring Bob Do Lloyd E ., xg GENE OSMAN MRS. DOUGLAS HOWARD STODDARD Second Semester President l-lousemother First Semester President BACK ROW1 Jock Grieves, Bill Morfeld, John Me-od, Roy Mods, Bill Potrick, Chorles Courey, Bill McBride, Jock Wolkcr, Frfpnl-1 S lzoc-rw, Hob Olesen, Mike Bottum, Jim Anderson, Bill Rowlingsi FOURTH ROW1 Bill Houck, Dove Crory, Tom Alwoy, Dove Holtze, Dun.-.fin pC"Jf','Jft, lloword Stoddord, John Sotter, Don Swoin, Nick Junge, Gory Fellwock, Jim Hegdohl, Froncis Henrich, John Dewell, Cliff t.'.fc?,lft-o, Dui Mills. THlRD ROW1Alex Thonos, Jim McGlynn, Dick Chilson, Dennis Moloney, Mrs, Douglos, Gene Osmon, Addison Slcztio-.-.er, Jim Woring, Joe Bottom, Dove Vroomon, SECOND ROW: Ron Foster, Jerry Deloss, Dick Willioms, Jock West, Bob Homill, Earl K nxrxgn, A ' J Fricken, Bruce Bosworth, Cory Bcfloo, Rwn Elms, Bob Dolon, Jim Welter, Don Heck. FlRST ROW: Som Pfeifer, Arlen Hookinson, erry Lloyd Eorley. r l .fc V ir T' ,g if r, l THETA I Q il 1 A ' Roger Banks 2 William Brandenburg Louis Craig i ' CecH Dodson Gln Gordon Dodson ig Erwin Wiest fl E Jerome Fitzgerald James Gardner 5 l l l l Harold Bennett Edward Brandwein i Harold Bruce fini Leland Croghan fl Teen Robertson L Michael Skaff Earl Waterson l l I 204 ACTIVES Oscar Loe Louie Loken Eugene Marso Dave Morrill Marvin Romsdahl Ronald Schoenewe Gerald Young PLEDGES ll BACK Young ROW: 6 , neu.: 1' 1 DAVID Moiuuu. W W, yAf,,,,,,,1,af I First Semester President Second Semester President ' BACK ROW' Erwin Wiest Oscor Loe Gordon Dodson, Jim Gardner, Jerome Fitzgerold, Louis Loken, Williom Brondenburg, Geroid l Dod Louis Croig. FIRST Young. SECOND ROW: Roger Bonks,,Ronold Schoenewe, Eugene Morso, Dovid Morriii, Fronk Streim, Ceci son, ROW: Horold Bennett, Lelond Croghon, Teen Robertson, Eorl Woterson, Horold Bruce, Edword Brondwein. K Ax ' uf 4? ju 'Mu i 5 1 i ' 1 i l W I I . xl 1 Q K. ji el: I Lf, Q. mil ff, 'Al 'MA j ,fi 1 ,lf .I ,,.4, N P TJ, Q F ff If Lf r' f X t' X N! Lx' Q! , ff 'V1 1 Li mi fblnfff , Nl kiiylld yklfn N. Af N14Qf Y W f - -t bat? zs Q 3 N 1 . . 'K 'P X NU' 5 -L - f' X . 4 fyf ...B ffw , f - X . 4 Q. y' , . K I 1 . ,Q 1- -, -f Y' ' vb X X CV' it if to ,X o who 1 has -41 ffr fa? ,X fi' ' -fffl o 0 Q o young and fresh . .. tired and gnarled . . . the stand here together and Iioe W, ,s ,WW U together in an unspoken comradeship . . . MOC ROW: Mwrily hrras, lill Mwdie, am, Genavie Ernst, fae Hargreaves, Grr HRST ROW: Bevem flffre. N M 'w"""'! arrow: raw Ferle, Marilyn Silver Far, Danna Hanggr 1 . :araara Zrmraermg raaaraawgaar I, -5. 'P '-Rfk ,. Fi., 'imma ci llelllw fS. siirlt 5 Rewollh 1 reslleszw M Miller Emily Jorgensen Barbara Krumm Nancy Pennock Mary Flannery, Joyce Markus, Marian BACK ROW: Marilyn Luther, arcea , , , , ' ' ' ' h l M'l lc Donna La p, Mary Lou Gilfillan, Sandra Buell, Cecilia Gul- Demas, Jill Moodie, Peg Moore: THlRD ROW. Betty Lietzke, C ar ene ie , p son, Genevie Ernst, Margaret Montgomery, Frances Muller, Jeanne Aistrup, Laura Gutz. SECOND ROW: Carol Allen, Lee Lesher, Berna- V' ' ' F lter, Jo ce Fennel, Nila Berry, Marilyn Benjamin, Lorraine lhrke. dine Hargreaves, Grace Borman, Sandra Espe, Audrey Algard, irginia a y FlRST ROW: Beverly Erickson, Marlene Erickson, Helen Hanning, Betty Hieb, Claudia Beauregard, Marlys Biorkman, Mary Chaussee, Marilyn Coffie. l d Sh' le Nord Marilyn Robbins Mary Woods, Beverly Prann, Do BACK ROW: Terry VanOverscheld, Nancy Voss, Phyllis Odan , ir y , , fcrle, Maril n Silvernak, June Peters, Phyliss Wills, Dorothy Wilkes, THIRD ROW: Maris Nelson, Jean Pfeiffer, Evonne Stoel, Darlene Van ' SECOND ROW: Beth Lund Y N td Jo Zeller Rheta Elshire Janet Vogt. Tour, Donna Hansen, Marilyn Berry, Dorothyl5chulz, Janice eos a , Y , , Barbara Zimmerman, Frances Tieszen, Dorothy Plowman, Charlene Stocker, Eleanor Taft, Janice Rademacher, Joy Merkle, Feral Oursley ' ' ' l I R' s, Pat Seacat, Delores Olsoft FRONT ROW: Ann Jastram, Betty Holmoe, Peggy Dornberger, Katherine Telken, Margaret Smithy, sea igg M nna Pfef- 7 1 1 v xi. 5 Fx 2 BACK VVome Comhr Gedod BACK HM,V Donna Ahce' Rx , M ' i J ml t l 11 y ' . g vi Y , 4 ,V gf,- SAO ,D L. ...ing BACK ROW: Jacqueline Williams, Delores Wolfe, Pat Strassel, Mitzi Patrick, Jackie Plouf, Marlene Kapp, Billie Peterson, lla Larson, llah Warner, Helen Feld, Janice Hildebrand. SECOND ROW: Janet Wilds, Alice lbsen, Joyce Ann Jacobsen, Marian Titus, Shirley Cone, Caroline Claybourn, Velma Kuchta, Bernita Dykeman. FRONT ROW: Loral Larson, Gail Johnson, Mrs. Aldrich, Bessie Lang, Carroll Gerlach, Carol Benson. BACK ROW1 Barbara Whetsel, Dorothy Groethe, Julia Bode, Bette Christensen, Patti Grewe, Patti Hughes, Margaret Clark, Marilyn Hill, Virginia McKay, Geargianne Harris, Virginia Harper, Jo Burges, Marcy Hjermstad. SECOND ROW Dorothy Maulis, Donna Burnett, Donna Steller, Georgia Palmer, Marilyn Kolberg, Patricia Quinn, Elinor Schneph, Mary Ann DeLong. FRONT ROWQ Marilyn Waddel, Alice Weging, Marilyn Rembold, Dorothy Johnson. E tl 1 1 J Yi',X L, ,X Gill? ' A N I Q k v. X X lest' ' X X1 Z it X 'lt T I 2 K s F E 5 Q K I f BACK ROW, Wrlliam Tosch, Neal McLane, Eugene Van Hove, Jrm Ryan, Jrrn Lew-ns, Don Harhar-.ay, Dreank Nelwn, FRONT ROW Stanley Sehrrmer, Harold Bruce, John Hammrl, Francrs Thorn. Ron Randall, Frank Shekel, Harold Sreglaff, BACK ROW. Ralph Polenz, Roger Raasch, Brace Lushbough, Jerry Moen, Jrrn Sw.-.arr, Grant Ofgen, Dean Edtas SECOND ROW. Ruben Otrenbaeher, Bob Oarsland, John Satter, Charles Clark, Ds-.ane Jengen, Jagk Frzrxg, Bri! 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Above flgl Maniilef llllddler C Far left, Campusaction Section Editor and 1954 Coyote Editor Bill Wilkins. Left, Copy Editor Charlie Bassett. Below left, Staff members Norene Nordling, Mary Woods, Mickey McKeon, and Joan Bristow, confer with Contributor Editor Lee Lesher and Assistant Business Manager Shirley Coe. Below, Cover Artist Roger Banks whose work you see in the sports section. Sally Olso iness Man At right is Royal Do Director ral. Below rig whose or division the cam George I Above right, Assistant Business Manager Shirley Coe. Above middle, Co-Assistant Editor Sally Olson. Above left, Bus- iness Manager Hal Rice. At right is our Staff Psychologist Royal Doner. lnsert, Publicity Director Dean Belbas smells a rat. Below right, Artist Bob Dunker, whose work you see on the division pages. Below left is the campus' ace Photographer, George Bogdos, Esq. ii X wg? -B'-'K -.4-ii?-... '24 3 'ai v a S Ms sf" ' 1, . ,, s, This is the student newspaper. Seen in various poses around these pages are the "staff" plus executives. Upper left, Editor Sally Winter, flanked on the right by Managing Editor Norv Roggen. Center, Sports Editor Max Beyer glances cynically over his sec- tion, while below left, Columnist Royal Doner looks relaxed. Below right, Sports magnates Dean Belbas and Sam Sechser appear amused at Coyote BB prospects. On the opposite page can be seen, above left, Business Manager Carol l-loffer. Ann Shaw and Marilyn Lloyd are the pensive pair of Assistant Business Managers, above right. Center, getting the Volante ready for mailing are Mary Jean Dunn, Bruce Allen, Marilyn Werth, and Pat Sather. Lower right, the staff - Bassett, Miller, Belbas, Torrison, and Swab, appear arnusedg Olson, serious, and Sechser, ill. 1 7' V9 'U' 'C 'z .. fr VW 75 Xcwkr "S v--:x E? -Q, I H M -M ri i s is 31 Q., This is the student humor magazine, Above lett, George Hagglund peruses the ads tor the Business Manager's job. Above right, Editor Eddie Egeland points out her choice for Miss University, and right, Assistant Editor Marilyn Miller Smiles at her copy. Below, the staff - Carl lnman, Marilyn l-lobbs, Ann Torrison, Editor Egeland, and Charles lPepsodentl Bas sett. "N fl 3 X ,lg if f lhisgrour ol great d Hills Playl cralters. doesnt li "Family Pr if 11 iii? ,A 'V 73,1 V ,555 5 E ' pd? Q11 lr' 5 . -K4 x lr 5-Ili! 5 -J ,e I xr' . 15 ,i-nga . nw. 'S - Q 'Vg ., Q 1- 1 if fi 3 are RJ H S'1?!g5w'?'- K ,Q 1 96 ' - 92, VV vs ,3'f,',4Ifl:,4a J 3 W, 'ng' H W fl 0 H. vim f 7?-5 - 2. 5:53. 1 , , -Y g , V X 5 A' 'live D' " 7" 1-f ' fy Q' vf'5'hs49 F fqrv-Y ' F .v dl' . M' aff:-li :VV .C' 'A' "' "nt L' I ' "V . 4' 4 Q ., ' V -, 4 ' ' . --f"'fqff,.5T' ff ff ' : f ff Vi 4' 'fri r, 1+ v I .. 15 A ,, QA ,I .' 9 44 K ,S I-lf' - f 'I 1.5. .zf',,':.,tM3, .. , , Jtdzfwp ai' TL s. g , A, Q A '.i.,,l' 4. , N " " - :Q ,Q 'I' f" ' Q s . ' k , 1 3' lx J, , ii wi' 1 .- 9- . ',, 1 4 .W ' , Lf' ' 'f Ni! ' "S L' , at -4. 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Below left, Receptionist Eleanor Ramey talks things over with Sports Announcer Fred Rovereg below right, Production Engineer John Briggs makes a delicate adjustment. Z1 ffl 'Q , il l V in is .Yi WA :7 wwf 8 ,Q 1 Nw xi ,0- aff '4r ,., l907 football team returns Billiards, anyone? "FeIlas, this is a football! ll' 4. 1 W. 35-wk 1 6 V .,,,.. 4 n 1 I ' 2 I6 S '14, : ' ' , I A"nLggi ' l 1' i :N if .fn 5 .ff L 1' -V. Al,- -...M ' 1 1 vi -- . 5 x I5 'a,Q""fM1 , V . . :W , Q Wm A , -. , jazz, V H " ,, ' i H- ,, . 1 ' 51-,, r .I ' nu. . - . - .- Q- ar., J' fsg, - ,Ag . 2 .V 'S-'H . Vit, R. ' -X .kiss G' " . s 549. of 'gl I P xlh 'ff' r " PM 1 42"-2 , 1, gl- fti. Q' YH ,Q 1' 1- .i 2. Q" "-' -nf rx if 'i 9' 98' 'K I f . af f W , Q ff I 1 . in - i 3 1 x"h P Q x t f, "1 p ' ' k Q ' I IV' -fi-,i , 1- i , H. f 1 X . , 5 .tw X - Q W1 if ' '--' -N A' Luv' ' ', ' ' x 57 , N ' I I- . , v' .A ,G Vff. 6 .L , X . 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'i il l hfnmmmmw A 'S 'I UNIVERSITY CHOIR This well-matched group of vocalists blend their voices to provide the University with a beautiful media of melody, llclllftllllll With a string ensemble, the Choir toured the state in the tall. Under the direction ot Frank Streim, this tour was lllllloldll aiiaretliaitl a complete success. ,. mel i l0lll was . ,Y W A C.-H 1 Jf rx . - A-.Abu AI Pictured on these two pages is the Choir in various aspects. Above, the Touring Choir in concert with the Uni versity Orchestrag soloists Betty Johnson and Frank Meyers can be seen in right-center, Below, the Choir un aware that the photographer was taking their picture through a foggy lens. S , H, - L LJ 5, ,Q - .4 A li I . KI U. .1 ,Ja wg . 4 A if ,-J 1 I r I! If I u .nl A 4. I -S .5 . 'I 3.1 Ind' D, I, -' G mf. Gb ni.. Hn. , rf? Tk il ,fl .- s x 1 Q, 4 fsfw ,, , 514 iv' 'U IBA u' 1 I ' I , 5 MN V 0, . Us 'L ' f X 7 . z A '- ' ' . MG' 1 , . u 5 a. IN. ' 'XX -X V13 s ' 5 W'-a X Y", I u 1 "' .,4,,. 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In unison now! .Q-. - l , , I 'l l S E - F 5 .,,2' Seen above is a practice session tor the Strollers Show l953. lt takes many ot these practice sessions in order to torn out a smooth show, The people all look happy. lt is one at their tirst practice sessions. When show time draws near, the people will not look happy. They will look tired, angry, sas- picioas and bored, Une tellow in the above picture looks almost esthetic. l-le is looking at the girl, The girl is looking at the camera. The others are h i to He is looking at the camera, too. watching, except the laa with t e scnp l-lmmmmmmmmmml ,.,, Rise Stevens, mezzo-soprono George Woln, clorinetist FGOTLIGHTER l l Some ot the world's foremost artists have come to Slagle Auditorium under the auspices of the Convocation Committee and the Community Artists' Series. Sterling vocalists, masters of instrumental music, learned speakers - all have helped enlighten the appreciative aud- iences at USD. lvlinneopolis Symphony Elizabeth Humphrey, saprana Aldo Cficcalini, pianist Hal Mclmtyre and archestra David Llayd, Tenor 5 me f. '4 5 Y I I I 101 QI Q 'Z 3. My 1,71 ad, v' "f" I . K 'H I ?.. g 2 fi ,I ' 1 I vl 5 G , I I r N h i W 3 I l . I I A BROMO SELTZER liariddflhil Irv H M inf lhmef """ur ' -n -blur Ihblemlli I n -, . lb, if A: Z? P4 ?"-if aka 282 S-li All EE 5 14.5 Lil llllimallllic .!f"'Q,1 jl i .wnewamnuhluvrwv fo ' lull M mmf "", A-1'-1--' f f!! 151.1-r::'.".,.-!.0v as ,.,,, , 'Z an ffffcff :gl We i ln. fe I 54 L, L i. E4 P Vx 1 'N ,'p J X .O 'Q , KPHMBQ 5 L 4 01 . .., l QI Av' 1 rl E. 'w 1 .- I . 7 .1 A if K Q X l I vm. 45, ff, H V372 'f-2' n- i it-A ' - limi Lf' is These people are voting for something. Mr. Jones is a poll watcher. l-le and Mr. Cunning- ham are laughing. 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A 5 ,M .fd Comlvife jnjurance Sruice urmifgon Q A ..--f-" 's 6 4 ' 4 'ft 3' I 5 Y Ubi hull ll! 'Iliv-u'vW5,- ,, H I King Band Instruments W rryoc pltl fM dM IA OWLQ of tA2 siebnwdg lf6ll'L0 ,yd,l'l'Ll'VL0l'1f I'g61,l'Lf5 SIIHMHHH1 H MUHHH PIHNU EH H gferg Man? Ln aww 414 P C BS S 5,551,517 2 wg DRESS You UP NOT lust covi-:R You UP Nelvilie Seeiey -- Earl Stevens 624 ST. JCE RAPID CITY IIII NIIIIIIIIII IIIINII UI SIIIIIII UIIIIIIIA VERMILLIGN, S. DAK. John T Sanger - Vice-Pres. 8 Mgr. Ole I-I Bananas - Assistant Ma r. .cisx iv I. w I T1 is ,N 5 - -4' 'T 4 fr' " " 1' Z, -. 5 .Arriva-,413 at s l, Up' " T if N"-I N 'U ff, if Y. M . E, xy -. ' I f- f ' Q 'F ,Wi .,, , . ., gui ...X 742' , r ,gh ,xr I L , 1 5 I U' I7 or . f - A- ' ' ' 3 1 f -.. . ,Q, S. I W. H VV ' W4 N a its h. -I .v - . x .. ,S ' , . ' ' , ns lv .I I ' 5 , .V 7 ,. v' Yi M 't-f ,s,, - . I I - , 5 1' i'fi.If.5.l. A 'Y . ' if 2--.MQ :ru "' Y Nj '11 1 . , 4 ' .,.,ffH.xN 3 V I, ,,7,,,,,7..- YI., -. r"""'?.. .-.. 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SMITH, VICE-PRESIDENT AND MANAGER ,Y t.L-,,, L, 'Y ' ' Y Y' L. R. RICCI SECRETARY PERSONAL LOANS AUTO FINANCE INSTALLMENT CONTRACTS GE ERAL FINANCE CORPOR TI Yonkton, S. Dok. THE VARSITY QQ Il X 1 1' i , ikf 1 W 'I 'l ,I ' 1 ,I N V! I 1 '11 H V I I 1 W 1. S Ji L 4 1 r 1: ! I 'J U 1 'I 1 1 1 W 4 51 I n 4 1 , 4 5 I JW I 4 QZw7m+f7'fv H :f,d'WfQ' , - :Ulf ' gnc, K ,...w . ' D --fx: r. ., . , - R A I.f ww I ,M A. .,x - . V. X I 3 1 4 n 5,. P 5-"" W . ,A ll 1 R V A - sf' an . . - ... 2.1 .w. N1. M, .x . . X mwx x If s 3143 9 RX . 4 X Q Q QNX? X s f , xxx M' N , QMQXENYX. QW f imwwmwmww-1 -vwwfxggbwwxx f'1'f5?,,,..., -1 w-T":'- -. ,- .. :z usmnmlmny 1 4 'i r .QQ 3:11 I A YJ -'5N'f- Y 5 Wx , . A' A 1 lefobefha , W f' "af-fpiop Frainir19, knowle M 'Am IZ , ' - ,N W NCIS R E W WW W f., ' ' n 'f- ,V ,T fE3t5,.e3l: v imNR tztl I .. Q Jay Ma QW FORD' ,mam-....4 . , FORD SALES AND SERVICE E, I I I ffgrwf economy cndwfslyle 1 ' W W M CAQL WINCE F I C ' VERMl LL lOfflQ ' xl F , I' MON TANA A' I Ixg .F- u ,.,, ml E, A .. 1 IH' in W ls ft 'J '-'lei-tg r 'll NORTH IP' oo DA KO TA IN SOUTH DAKOTA NEBRASKA TA INNESO WA M IO DO YOU SEE A YOUNG, GROW- ING STATE WITH DYNAMIC POSSIBILITIES? THEY DO EXIST in this great State of ours. And, because ot this optimistic future, there is a real need for trained people to be the statewide leaders of tomorrow. YOU, as students today, have a wonderful opportunity to use your training, knowledge and experience to help with the progress of 76 YEARS The Sunshine State" fog ovgg if it ,K t Asoum DAKOTA ENTERPRISE HOMESTAKE MINING COMPANY l i I Iilll CD15 1 it, 1 I its l i Sllllllllll SlllllllllllU Slllllll foils 5 i I I l i T A N D A RDS. OII products , M" ,,..5..,.,Qa5 - ,Z -1 EUNHHHlFIltHltQlJIQ,EEEQQHUHIESI VERMILLION Sears Roebuck 6. Co. Everett A. Boque. Attorney Cliiford's Market Cden Implement Co. Cavalier Grill Norman Iaquith. Attorney Russ' Gamble Store I. I. Newberry Co. Heck's Service Station Stamm's Firestone Store Io El1en's Ful1erton's Lumber Co Yeado Iewelry SIOUX CITY Sioux City Stationery Company Hotel Martin YANKTON Yankton Laundry SIUUX FALLS The Sharon Shop W" WWW 51' ww'-A ll 741124 9 0.0. Bam 2 V f tffwfz of WALNUT TA VERN, INC. vm Mew Gwrfwf MAMA, Qmnwnf Sawice fbiaiuon gf? J. ,gpwmzw an U J g1,a,u,,7,,l20p4mn9..!2awwfi+v-7 r4ll7afpe4of14ffnleficg9uqa4nenf . 5 7114 Spnaidmeni Baa 12.0. Bm .2--flfnane 4.27--Yfanldw 015 5 ABL: VERMILL1 N Mffffffff ,, sloux 1 is , 4 , f' r' WM 5' H3631 , fJU U'd'1U U '- ' if fi - 1 1 eg f 1 ' 'f1+ a34.ez Mww' THE CITY OF MOBRIDGE MASCCT THEATRE 'Wm 1953 Goafofe l WATCH Mlouncfina fbuaancf Qauea DU RAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY 939 W. 35th Street Chicago 9, Illinois majeA tic gardenp, S- qanlzton Tb J' T RED SKS? 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I STUDENTS A Abild, Rudy 197 Absher, Richard 67, 97, 115 Adam, Thomas 59, 214 Adamski, Ilene 59, 183 Aga, Robert 72, 100, 101, 103 Ahlgrim, Charlotte 53, 113 Aistrup, Jeanne 53, 209 Albery, Gene 59, 84 Alexander, Matt 135, 137, 139 Alexander, Rodney 59, 84 Algard, Audrey 59, 187, 209 Allen, Bruce 46, 103, 115, 221 Allen, Carol 53, 105, 209 Alway, Thomas 59, 203 Amundson, Loren 69 Andersen, Lawrence 40, 99, 100, 101 Anderson, Carl 59, 115 Anderson, Clifford 40, 82, 83, 99, 107 Anderson, Courtney 53 Anderson, David 59, 193 Anderson, Donald 40 Anderson, Emil 46 Anderson, Howard 53, 201 Anderson, Jacqueline 46, 117, 164, 199 Anderson, James 46, 203 Anderson, Jerome 40, 212 Anderson, Joanne Jennings 93 Anderson, Leo 46 Anderson, Robert 99, 100, 101 Anderson, Shirley 33 Anderson, Sigrid 53, 191 Anderson, William 46, 81, 103, 193 Arms, Darrell 101 Armstrong, Robert 53 Arnold, DeVeryl 91 B Babbe, Eldwin 40 Babbe, Hal 40, 80, 193 Bademan, Bill 40 Baer, Donald 40 Bailey, Steve 40, 102, 193 Baird, Theodore 69 Baldwin, Robert 53, 99, 115, 197 Bales, Jerry 59 Ballou, Gary 46, 103, 114, 203 Baltzer, Delyle 59 Baltzer, Lawrence 46, 99, 100, 101, 185 Baltzer, Marvin 114, 117 Bandza, Alfred 104 Banks, Roger 1, 32, 40, 205, 218 Barkema, Kenneth 53, 116, 117 Barnett, Robert 40 Barnhart, Jerald 59, 117 Barrett, Barbara 40, 195 Bartholow, Roger 193 Bartlett, James 143 Bartlett, Walter 197 Bassett, Charles 1, 46, 114, 189, 218, 220, 221, 222 Bates, Leland 46, 116, 117 Battey, Richard 66, 98 Bauer, Russell 53, 189 Beal, George 66 Beatty, Beverly 59, 115, 199 Beatty, Richard 53, 114 Beaudin, Larry 46 Beauregard, Claudia 97, 105, 195, 209 Beekley, Keith 98 Beil, Marvin 46, 193 Belatti, Richard 69 Belbas, Dean 1, 59, 121, 213, 219, 220, 221 Benjamin, Marilyn 59, 105, 114, 187, 209 Bennett, Harry 53, 205 Bennett, Patrick 40 Benson, Carol 46, 105, 112, 116, 117, 211 Benson, Darrell 59, 197 Benson, Doris 53, 195 Bergeson, Ronald 201 Bergman, Robert 67 Bergquist, Connie Jo 53, 114, 183 Bernard, David 46, 83, 197 Bernard, Ronald 59, 84, 114, 197 Berndt, Leland 66, 98 Berreth, Marvin 59 Berry, Jack 69 Berry, Marylin 59, 195, 209 Berry, Nila Lee 59, 183, 209 Beyer, Max 46, 81, 197, 220 Bjorkman, Marlys 53, 191, 209 Black, Richard 40, 106, 135, 139 Blair, Mary 53 Blake, Bruce 40, 79, 86, 94, 185 Bloemendaal, John 68 Blumenthal, Ben 53, 193 Bocassik, Jerome 214 Boccard, Richard 59, 83, 197 Bode, Julie 59, 191, 211 Boden, Gordon 40, 102 Bogdos, George 1, 219 Bollinger, Gerald 67 Borland, Leonard 59 Borman, Grace 53, 116, 117, 209 Bose, Richard 68 Bosworth, Bruce 53, 203 Bottolfson, Richard 53, 102, 185 Bottum, Joe 203 Bottum, Michael 53, 203 Bowden, Renee 46f 199 Boyd, Gerald 98 Boyden, Donald 59, 83, 84, 115 Boylan, Roger 69 Boyles, Mary Ann 46, 101, 199 Braase, Ordell 37, 80, 106, 123, 12 Bradley, Charles 59 Brady, William 53, 104, 107 Brandenburg, William 46, 205 Brandwein, Edward 84, 205 Brasel, Tnomas 40, 201 Brende, Spence 144, 145, 146, 147 Brewster, William 213 4, 135, 137, 189 Brick, William 40, 81, 123, 125, 189 Briggs, John 40, 114, 117, 225 Bristow, Joan 53, 176, 191, 218 Brodie, James 98 Brooks, Franklin 80 Brower, Bill 214 Brown, Allen 214 Brown, Arlyce 59, 195 Brown, Charles 53 Brown, Russell 69 Bruce, David 4-6, 185 Bruce, Donald 80, 135, 136, 138 Bruce, Harold 59, 205, 213 Brune, Bette 46, 101, 183 Brunick, Duane 123, 125, 147 Bruyer, Marjorie 33, 106, 187 Bryant, Wilbur 53 Bryant, William 193 Buchele, LeRoy 40 Buckmeier, Francis 53, 189 Buell, Sandra 59, 209 Burges, Joanne 53, 90, 100, 115, 183, 211 Burgess, William 46 Burian, Edward 53, 114, 185 Burnette, Donna 46, 101, 112, 115, 211 Burns, Charles 91 Bush, Raymond 68, 94 Bush, William 65 Butler, Joe 98 Buxton, Don 46, 193 C Cadwell, Dean 144 Cahoy, Harold 53 Calene, James 68 Campbell, Gordon 40 Carlson, Leslie 53, 105, 189 Carnahan, James 59 Carr, Gene 197 lo 'SIZWQQ Y' 'V' . . .. , . .-,-.- . . Y- ,- . -. ,, - ., - - . 7, ,.i'-.S,s',!-, Y. -it s ri F9 9 -8.71-Lgf., "' :A -- so . v-.un Q li Carstens, George 40, 189 Casey, Mary Anne 114 Cash, Margaret Halla 40, 75, 90, 95, 167 Cerny, William 59, 84, 214 Chandler, Thomas 214 Chapman, Douglas 83 Chase, Francis 123, 201 Chaussee, Mary 53,.114, 120, 183, 209 Chaussee, Roger 40, 75, 81, 84, 86, 201 Cheatham, Roger 46, 81, 193 Chilson, Richard 53, 203 Christensen, Bette 59, 195, 211 Christensen, Folmer 83 Christensen, Gary 59, 84, 185 Christensen, Roger 53, 193 Clark, Clark, Clark cm-on 4o, 74, 95, 172, 195 Charles 213 Clinton 80 connie 46, 115, 1a1, 199 Clark, Clark Gaius 46, 91 Clark George 117 Clark John 59, 214 Clark Margaret 59, 115, 199, 211 Clark Robert 53, 106, 115, 144, 145, 189 Clark, William 185 Doherty, John 41 Dolan, Eileen 47, 114, 199 Dolan, Robert 47, 114, 203 Donahoe, John 60, 114, 189 Doner, Royal 107, 219, 220 Dornberger, Peggy 60, 199,209 Doty. Charles 55 Doty, Len 116, 117 Doyle, Donald 66, 98 Dries, Dorla 47, 99, 100, 101, 107, 183 Due, Betty 47, 183 Duffy, Walter 60 Dunker, Robert 1,219 Dunlap, James 41 Dunn, Mary Jean 47, 172, 174, 195, 221 Dyer, Dorothy 54 Dykeman, Bernita 60, 116, 117,211 E Earley, Lloyd 83, 203 Ebbesen, Harry 113 Ecker, Peder 67 Edson, Beverly 47, 105, 191 Egan, Douglas 60, 201 Claybourn, Caroline 105, 211 Clements, James 40, 82 Cleveland, Gerald 40, 79, 86, 91 Coacher, William 46 Coe, Shirley Belle 1, 37, 46, 100, Coffey, John 80 Coffie, Marilyn 59, 209 Coffman, Lewis 59 Cole, Pete 135, 139, 144, 147, 201 Colvin, Barbara Croson 47, 195 Colvin, Robert 81, 103, 241 Colwell, Richard 65, 100, 101, 103, 107, 197 Cone, Shirley 59, 115, 211 Connaughton, Lucille 41, 100, 187 Conway, John 53, 189 Cook, Earl 47, 82, 115, 185 Cook, Florence 59, 116, 117, 195 Coonradt, Lyle 53 Corey, Robert 53, 185 Cote, Gordon 47, 104, 115, 185 Courey, Charles 54, 203 101, 199, 218, 219 Edna 34, 41, 74, 87, 95, 115, 191, 222 Egert, Donald 60,84 Eichinger, Allan 67, 98 Eisenbeisz, Virgil 41, 185 Egeland, Eixenberger, Mark 144, 193 Eli, Donald 69 Elliott. Robert 41 Ellison, Richard 60 Elms, Richard 203 Elshire, Rheta 114, 183, 209 Emler, Kirby 66, 98 Enders, Robert 60 143, 193 Engelstad, Lyall 41, 107 Englund, Sheila 54, 90 Enright, Richard 47, 201 Erickson Beverly 54, 114, 199, 209 Erickson, Marlene 20, 199, 209 Erickson, Norma 32, 41, 187 Erickson, Richard 54, 193 Erickson , Ronald 201 Erickson, Vicki 47, 181, 191 Cowles, David 83 Craig, Louis 205 Craig, Russell 185 Crampton, Lenore 106, 187 Crampton, Robert 201 Crary, David 67, 203 Croghan, Leland 60, 205 Cuka, Denis 54 Cunningham, George 82, 107 D Dahl, Mary Ann 47, 97, 107, 120 Dale, William 41, 82, 84, 103, 185 Dalton, Claire 54, 101, 114, 199 Dalton, John 37, 47, 94 Danielson, Glen 41 Ericson, Shirley 54, 120, 187 Ernst, Genevie 54, 100, 209 Espe, Sandra 54, 117, 199, 209 Everett, John 113 Everhart, Robert 54 F Fahrenwald, Orpha 34, 47, 87, 99, Fairbanks, Donald 47, 82, 189 Falter, Virginia 60, 209 Farrar, Frank 212 Feld, Helen 60, 117, 211 Fellwock, Gary 203 Fellwock, James 60, 197 Fennel, Joyce 60, 115, 209 Feyder, Charles 201 Dargen, Richard 193 Davis, Brook 201 Day, Richard 41, 123, 125 Day, William F. 67, 98 Day, William L. 67, 82 Delfs, Jim 126, 201 DeLong, Mary Ann 60, 101, 211 Deloss, Jerry 60, 203 Delzell, Dora Lee 54, 113, 183 Demas, Marian 209 Denison, Dale 60 Dennison, John 54 Derry, Pat 33, 41, 181, 187 Desmond, Allen 201 Devetter, Jim 54, 114 Dewell, John 67, 203 Dibben, Darrell 41, 117, 224 Dirks, Warren 66, 98 Disanto, Joseph 123 Dobbie, Graham 68 Dodson, Cecil 54, 205 Dodson, Gordon 41, 205 Fideler, Fischer, Fischer. Betty 36, 47, 187 Ardith 32, 47. 187 Harriet 47, 106, 187 101, 116, 117, 191 Fisher, Gale 60 Fisher, Marilyn 33, 41, 105. 181. 133 Fitzgerald, James 41, 81. 86. 185 Fitzgerald, Jerome 67, 79, 98, 99, 180, 215 Flugc,-Qld, Lg Ray 47, 116, 117 Fix, Dorothy 41, 101, 167 Flanagan, Paul 47 Flannery, Mary 183, 209 Flannery, Rodney 32, 41. 197 Flynn, Stephen 47 Foqsber-g, Josephine 60, 195 Foor, Millard 112 Forster, James 52, 99, 120, 185 Foster, Ronald 203 Francis, Jim 47, 100, 115, 193 Freeburg, Wayne 60 Freed, John 54 Fricken. Jerry 203 Frie, Larry 6-0, 193 V' N- Mi K- I--'.'fffY,'jiaf' ." DIN' 1.1! Friedhoff, Bill 201 Fritts, Jack 54, 213 Frost, Donald 68 Fuehrer, Dennie 201 Fuller, Richard 123, 126 Fuller, William 41, 83, 214 Fulweiler, Howard 47, 96, 117 G Gaeckle, Dudley 69 Galloway, John 103, 201 Galloway, Leonard 47, 117 Galvin, Vincent 201 Gamage, Harry 41, 80, 86, 94, 193 Gardner, James 80, 106, 144, 205 Gardner, Keith 47, 104, 112, 113 Gassman, Max 113 Geigle, Herbert 41, 104 George, Marilyn 47, 115, 177, 199 Geppert, Charles 32, 47 Gere, Richard 68 Gereau, Elizabeth Kroeger 195 Gereau, Rick 47 Gerlach, Carroll 54, 211 German, Thomas 193 Gilbert, Jean 47, 195 Gilbertson, Larry 144, 147 Gilchrist, Joan 41, 72, 87, 95, 96, 167, 191 Gilfillan, Mary 54, 183, 209 Giraud, Robert 41 Gisselbeck, Allen 41, 112, 114 Goodroad, Bud 189 Gorder, Pegg 41, 199 Gordon, Maxine 41, 183 Gorsuch, Richard 60, 185 Graff, Gordon 47, 201 Graham, Dean 48, 193 Graham, John 54, 115, 120, 185 Graham, William 54 Grange, Beth 60, 106, 165, 195 Green, John 67 Greenlee, George 60, 197 Greenough, Lois 54, 106, 183 Greeny, Gordon 60, 197 Grewe, Patti 211 Grieves, Jack 67, 82, 203 Groethe, Dorothy 211 Gross, Phil 68, 115 Gross, Keith 106, 144 Grotewold, Dwight 41 Gruenewald, Ruth 48, 191 Gruenwald, Max 41, 72, 97, 103, 104, 107, 113, 180, 185 Grunwald, Bruce 103, 105 Guenther, Dean 69 Gulson, Cecilia 60, 209 Gunderson, Brooks 41, 81, 86, 189 Gunderson, Jane 48, 96, 105, 114, 195 Gunderson, Ted 54 Gutz, Laura 60, 183, 209 H Haakinson, Arlen 106, 123, 130, 203 Haakinson, Curtis 123 Haeder, Robert 60, 107, 113 Haerter, Plin 48, 197 Hagen, Ainsworth 116, 117 Hagen, Arthur 54 Hagen, Roy 60, 197 Hagg, Dallas 69 Haggerty, Cecil 41 Hagglund, Donna 42 Hagglund, George 42, 80, 86, 222 Hale, Ronald 60, 193 Hall, Donald 98 Hall, James 185 Halvorson, Harold 68 Hamblin, Larry 66, 98 Hamill, Robert 54, 203 Hamilton, Jack 48, 193 Hammer, Allan 48, 80, 106, 123, 130, 197 Hammil, John 60, 115, 213 Hamre, Loren 48 Hanning, Helen 60, 209 Hansen, Donna 54, 164, 209 Hansen, Janet 60 Hansen, Merle 48 Hanson, Harold 48, 121, 123, 135 Hanson, James 42, 81 Hanson, Robert 83, 84 Hanson, William 68 Hargreaves, Bernadine 54, 116, 117, 209 Hargreav Harp, Ed es, Delbert 42, 116, 117 ward 42 Harper, Virginia 48, 113, 114,211 Harrington, Rodney 42 Harris, Georgeann 211 Harris, Russell 69, 82 Harvie, John 54, 115 Hasse, Trudy 32 34, 42, 75 95 105 166 171 1 1 vr 1 1 195 Hasvold, Richard 54 Hathaway, Donald 54, 213 Hauck, Bill 123, 130, 203 Hauff, Sylvan 42, 82 Hauffe, Judith 54 Hauffe, Paul 42 Haugum, Hawkey, Hawkins, Hayes, G Sidney 42 Veloy 54, 195 Woody 68 ordon 98 Haynes, Donald 60 Heck, Donald 48, 81, 117, 203 Hegdahl, Heller, L James 48, 80, 112, 203 owden 65, 104, 107 Helwig, Lawrence 48, 80 Henderso n, Vincent 54, 144, 193 Henley, Patricia 42, 73, 97, 167, 173 99 Henrich, Francis 66, 97, 104, 107, 114, 203 Hepper, Jacqueline 54, 115, 195 Hickey, Robert 197 Hieb, Betty 60, 115, 209 Higgins, Charles 36, 67 Hildebrand, Janice 48, 115, 211 Hill, Marilyn 60, 211 Hillery, Patricia 54, 191 Hines, Thomas 60, 84 Hjermstad, Marcie 54, 105, 115, 211 Hobbs, Marilyn 34, 55, 90, 191, 222 Hockett, Richard 48, 193 Hodges, Willard 55, 115, 189 Hofer, Robert 135, 139, 2o1 Hoff, Jerald 61, 83, 113 Hoffer, Carol 33, 42, 75, 87, 172, 181, 191, 221 Hoffman, Anne 92 Hoffman, Jack 61, 84 Hoffman, Marvin 65 Hoffman, Norma Reeder 99, 169, 1 Hogancamp, Richard 48 Hoing, Francis 213 Holgate, Mary 33, 36, 48, 181, 195 Hollman, Harold 98 Holm, Victor 69 Holmoe, Betty 61, 195, 209 Holtze, Dave 203 Horan, Jim 123, 129 Horner, George 42, 201 Horrell, Gail 61, 115, 195 Horrell, Gene 48, 189 Houck, Alberta 42, 107, 117, 191 Houck, Robert 48, 79, 189 Howalt, Ruth 48, 195 Howes, Richard 201 Hoyme, Chad 61 Huchala, Thomas 69 Hughes, Patricia 55, 195, 211 Hulsebus, Louise 48, 183 Hunter, John 55 Hunter, Steve 212 Hurley, Willard 201 Huston, Bernell 61 Hutchinson, Ralph 98 Hyde, Nora Jean 48, 191 Hyde, Richard 189 Hyjek, Francis 55, 189 lbsen, Al ice 48, 115, 211 ldema, John 55, 185 lhle, Luther 113 I ' ' - - 1' Qs'-4'fn1f " "L BMJ!-9 ug 'f' 3'0-f"J'..i:- 'Q' Y L." '-ki-I -egg . " - lhrke, Lorraine 61, 116, 117, 183, 209 lnberg, Elliot 61 lnglis, Charles 67, 97, 104 lnman, Carl 42, 185, 222 Iverson, lverson, Dorothy 48, 115, 199 K. Deane 48 .I Jacobs, Derry 42 Jacobsen, Joyce Ann 55, 115, 195, 211 Jaeger, Joyce 55, 199 James, Robert 48 Janis, John 41, 114, 214 Janousek, John B2 Jaquith, Dorothy 48, 96, 112, 113, 187 Jastram, Ann 61, 113, 195, 209 Jaynes, James 61, 189 Jennings, Robert 37, 73, 80, 86, 106, 123, 124, Bonnie 48, 115, 191 Jensen, Jensen, Brad 189 Jensen, Carroll 42 Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen, Dwane 61, 143, 213 George 49, 180 John 116, 117 Paul 49, 115 Thomas 68 Johnson, Betty Lou 55, 169, 231 Johnson, Darrell 61 Johnson, Dorothy Ann 61, 116, 117, 211 Johnson, Gail 36, 42, 210, 211 Johnson, Hugh 42, 112, 114 Johnson, James 61, 84 Johnson, JoAnn 61, 191 Johnson, Karen 61, 195 Johnson, Kevin 42, 102 Johnson, Merle 97, 104, 107, 197 Johnson, Norbert 42 Jones, Barrett 49, 185 Jones, Charles 42, 74, 80, 86, 91, 104, 193 Jones, John B. 66, 98 Jones, John K. 189 Jones, John P. 42, 80, 107, 112, 114, 197 Jones, Leland 93 Jones, Stanley 55, 116, 117 Jongewaard, Don 135, 136, 137 Jorgensen, David 55 Jorgensen, Emily 61, 209 Jorgensen, James 42 Junge, Nick 61, 84, 203 Jurgensen, Roy 55 K Kallestad, Richard 49, 82, 91, 180, 193 Kandaras, Homer 67, 104, 107 Kapp, Marlene 49, 101, 115, 211 Kary, Richard 42, 81, 185 Keeler, Ruth Ann 199 Keen, James 42 Keene, D. Roy 61, 197 Keffeler, Shirley 104, 168, 183, 228 Keller, Ruben 61 Kemper, Theodore 201 Kennedy, James 61, 84, 193 Kennedy, Larry 55, 135, 138, 144, 201 Kennedy, Raymond 65, 104 Kenney, Richard 61, 201 Kiel, Kathryn 55, 195 Kinsman, Earle 35, 42, 80, 106, 123, 126, 203 Klaudt, Delano 61 Klein, Robert 43 Klein, Roger 55 Kleinsasser, Glenn 43 Kling, Fritz 61, 123 Klock, Joseph 55 Klock, Martin 104, 113 Kluckman, Revone 93 Knittel, Marvin 55, 113, 193 Kolb, James 106, 123, 131, 201 Kolberg, Marilyn 61, 191, 211 Komarek, Kent 185 Koop, Kenneth 80 Koplin, John 55, 123, 130 Koplin, Ronald 61, 84 144, 145. 189 Korn, T. Albert 55, 213 Krage, Jermitt 113 Krieger, Jeanne 43, 187 Krizan, Harold 61, 116, 117, 214 Krochock. David 65 Krochock, Marvin 49 Kroeger, Elizabeth 43, 105 Krumm, Barbara 61, 209 Kuchta, Velma 55,113,1B3,211 Kuni, John 43, 185 Kurtenbach, John 61, 114, 185 Kurtz, Jack 185 L Lambrecht. LeRoy 55, 114, 197 Lamoureaux, Jack 49 Lang, Bessie 43, 104, 113, 210,211 Lapp, Donna 61, 114, 209 Lapp. Maurice 69 Larive, Paul 49 Larsen, Evelyn 43, 72, 9-5. 99, 101 Larsen, lrl 61 Larson, Herbert 43, 93, 197 Larson, lla 49, 211 Larson, Loral 55, 116, 117, 211 Larson, Robert 55 Larson, Stanley 102 Lassegard, James 140, 201 Lau, Darrell 61, 84 Lauritzen, Kitty 43, 101, 102 Lavier, Patricia 49 Lawler, Thomas 61 Lawrenson, Duff 193 Lawson, Neil 43 Lee, John 43, 82, 86, 197 Lee, Mary Jane 199 Lees, Nancy 49, 195 LeFevre, Steve 55, 193 Lehnert, Thomas 104, 107 Lesher, Lee 55, 114, 199, 209, 218 Lethcoe, Dale 49, 79, 83 Levake, Donald 61, 197 Levake, Keith 43, 81, 197 Lewis, James 143, 213 Leyse, Walter 49, 82, 193 Lias, Thomas 61 Lietzke, Betty 61, 114, 183, 209 Lietzke, Thomas 112, 114 Liljekvist. Bill 116, 117 Lindbloom, Buron 68 Lipelt, Elaine 49, 105,112,113 Lloyd, Harry 193 Lloyd, Marilyn 43, 49, 115, 191, 221 Locke, Robert 49, 102, 112, 115 Loe, lta 49, 99, 181, 187 Loe, Oscar 36, 49, 82, 99, 100, 101, 115. 205 Lohre, John 32, 49, 79, 106, 135, 138, 180, 189 Loken, Kent 43 Loken, Louis 32, 34, 36, 37, 67, 205 Look, Charles 68 Lord, Alan 92 Lorentson, William 43, 123, 131 Lowe, Delbert 49, 201 Lund. Beth 55, 209 Lushbough, Bruce 55, 91, 116 Luther, Larry 61, 84, 104. 185 Luther, Marilyn 61, 199, 209 Lyle, Joan 43, 105 Lynch, Richard 55, 189 M , 117, 180, 213 Mabee, Judd 68 MacGregor, Robert 58 Macy, Shirley 36, 49, 116, 117 Magnuson, Robert 43 Mahan, John 189, 213 Malone. Dean 189 Malone. Gene 189 Maloney, Dennis 66, 98, 203 Mann, Larry 55 Mannes, Bruce 67 Marble, William 55 Markovetz, Allen 103, 189 , 195 ., -.fer srzfv .-lh,.Q,g:i?,,.,k.?-,mqtupu Markus, Joyce 62, 209 Marousek, Jacqueline 66, 113 Marso, Eugene 43, 94, 205 Matteson, Lawrence 79, 185 Maulis, Dorothy 55, 211 Mayer, Jack 49 McBride, William 55, 203 McClaren, Donna 62 . McClenahan, Ann 43, 117, 199 Nelson , Benard 43, 91, 96 Nelson, Diedrik 83, 213 Nelson, James 117, 123 Nelson, Maris 43, 209 Nelson, Neil 43, 82, 144 Nelson, Robert 43, 180, 197 Nelson, Welmon 62, 84, 123, 189 Nelson, Wesley 56, 185 Nepstad, Janice 56, 115, 195, 209 McClure, Donald 62,193 McDonald, Burton 49 McDonald, Dennis 55, 185 McDonald, Shirley 67 McDowell, Mick 189 McGlynn, James 55, 203 McKay, Virginia 62, 199, 211 McKenzie, Douglas 55, 201 McKeon, Mickey 33, 55, 199, 218 McKillop, Robert 69 McLane, Neil 62, 213 McManis, Carol 43, 99, 100, 101 McRae, Larry 68, 92, 117 Mead, John 203 Mead, Richard 49, 82 Meether, Duane 214 Mehner, Edwin 43, 113 Memmer, Ramona 33, 36, 55, 115, 208, 215 Mengenhauser, James 49, 82, 91, 114, 185 Menk, Roland 49, 102 Merkle, Joy 62, 101, 116, 117, 183, 209 Merrigan, James 62, 114 Merrigan, Vernon 123, 128, 213 Metzger, Boyd 214 Michels, James 43, 201 Mickelson, Lavon 56, 106, 112, 116, 117, 181, 183 Neugebauer, Donald 44 Newman, cl-an: so, az, 99, loo, 101, los, 1o7, 197 Nichols, Sally 44, 97, 105, 117, 181, las Nickel, Mike 143, 201 Nickel, Walter 62 Nledon, Kenneth 185, 214 Noel, Kenneth 193 Nord, Shirley 62, 209 Nordling, Edward 193 Nordling, Norene 62, 195, 218 Nordstrom, Ervin 66 Noren, Mary Ann 32 Norval, Byron 98 O O'Connor, Tom 62, 197 O'NeilI, James 197, 201 O'Neill, William 66 Oakerland, Leroy 143 Oakland, Richard 56, 197 Ochsner, Dennis 56, 101, 185 Odland, Phyllis 62, 199, 209 Odland, Robert 69 Odland, Winston 68 Olesen, Robert 84, 203 Middleton, James 56, 193 Middleton, Robert 62, 143, 193 Mielke, Donald 102 Milek, Charlene 62, 114, 183, 209 Miller, Beverly 56, 106, 187 Miller, Donald 56, 197 Miller, Frances 56, 114, 209 Miller, Marcea 62, 209 Miller, Marilyn J. 37, 49, 183, 221, 222 Miller, Marilyn Y. 56, 107, 183 Miller, Patricia 56, 116, 117, 183 Miller, Roger 49 Milliken, Virginia 49, 97, 115, 199 Mills, Donald 49, 203 Mitchell, Glenn 43 Mitchell, Robert 81 Moir, Denton 50, 82, 99, 197 Moen, Jerry 56, 84, 193, 213 Olsen, Grant 84, 213 Olsen, Walborg 56, 90, 11l5, 221 Olson, Olson, Delores 56, 183, 209 Dona 33, 37, 187 Monick, James 62, 201 Monicke, Lyle 214 Montgomery, Margaret 56, 100, 209 Montgomery, Patricia 56, 105, 195 Montgomery, Sonna 43, 117, 199 Moodle, Jill 56, 117, 199, 209 Moore, Bernard 116, 117 Moore, Peggy 56, 199, 209 Morfeld, William 50, 91, 99, 203 Morgan, John 189 Morgan, Marshall 61 Morkve, Raymond 197 Morman, Dale 67, 98 Morrill, David 32, 50, 91, 97, 104, 107, 112, 116, 117, 180, 205 Morrison, Charles 43, 81, 117 Morrison, Silas 50, 116 Morse, Alan 43, 82 Moss, Ray 203 Mumford, Ann Paulsrud 43, 195 Olson, Sally 1, 36, 50, 87, 100, 19 Olson, Wayne 34, 56, 201 Osborn, George 62 Osborn, James 193 Osman, Gene 50, 81, 103, 180, 203 Osmanson, Alan 56 Osterberg, Ertis 62 Ostrowski, Nicholas 67, 98, 115 Ottenbacher, Ruben 213 Otto, Robert 50, 79, 106, 123, 128 Oursland, Robert 50. 213 Oursley, Ferol 62, 209 Oyen, Alden 44, 102 P 9, 21 Padrnos, Richard 56, 91, 114, 135, 138 189 Palmer, Georgia 62, 211 Pappas, John 50, 81, 180, 201 Patrick, Mitzi 105, 211 Patrick, William 44, 81, 203 Patterson, Sam 32, 44, 73, 79, 91, 197 Paulson, Robert 91 Pearson, Elaine 62 Pearson, Kenneth 62 Peck, Leo 44 Pederson, John 50 Penning, Vince 56 Pennock, Nancy 56, 183, 209 Perret, Ronald 189 Peters, Edward 68 Peters, June 56, 114, 209 Mumford, Mary 35, 50, 87, 97, 104 Mundt, James 62, 114, 197 Munneke, Lyle 62, 84 Murphy, John 62, 107 Mussler, Charles 197 Mycka, Richard 56 Myers, Frank 55, 99, 180, 185, 231 N Naddef, Wil-fred 83 Nagle, Michael 56, 189 Nanson, Gloria 56, 195 Peterson, Beverly 96, 208, 211 Peterson, Dale 56 Peterson , Darwin 50, 80, 203 Peterson, Donald 213 Peterson, Harlan 62, 104 Peterson Peterson , Jack 123 , Paul 50, 81, 185 Peterson, Virginia 62 Pfeffsrle, Donna 56, 114. 187. 209 Pfeifer, Sam 203 Pfeiffer, Jeanne 62, 114, 199, 209 Pfeifle, Filmore 44 Pfister, Faris 44, 197 Pfitzer, Marvin 62 ' ', - 4. : ', J '. Tl ' ""f., -5 ,...'...,.., -L r',,5f.f'v,"-"' - Q rn, ---,gl --un Philip, James 91 Photiades, Michael 50 Pickert, Lynus 197 Pier, Cholice 56, 97, 100, 183 Pillar, Richard 62, 114, 185 Plooster, Dale 201 Plouf, Jacqueline 114, 211 Plowman, Dorothy 62, 106, 187, 209 Polenz, Ralph 123, 127, 213 Porter, Patrick 50, 123, 201 Pottratz, Donald 50, 115 Powell, Parker 193 Prann, Beverly 62, 114, 209 Predoehl, Martin 50, 91, 113 Pribble, Nell 32, 44, 72, 199 Price, Deloris 65 Price, Warren 44 Prins, Jim 80, 106, 123, 129, 189 Pritchard, Nancy 50, 97, 105, 117, 191 Pruitt, Joseph 114 Prunty, William 68 Pryor, Jay 62, 197 Pucelik, Tom 123, 213 Puetz, George 56, 106, 123, 127 Q Quinn, Patricia 62, 114, 211 Quintal, Mary 44, 105, 199 R Raasch, Roger 50, 80, 144, 213 Rademacher, Janice 62, 195, 209 Rallis, Dean 67, 214 Rallis, Jim 62, 143, 213 Randall, Marvin 63, 107 Randall, Ronald 143, 213 Rath, James 56, 135, 136, 180, 201 Rausch, Richard 63, 214 Rawlings, Mary Ann Haitz 195 Rawlings, Maurice 75, 123, 125 Rawlings, William 91, 106, 123, 129, 135, 140, 203 Redfield, Jim 50 Reid, Barbara 100, 112, 114 Rembold, Marilyn 63, 211 Reppe, John 56 Reynick, Gene 144, 145 Reynolds, Edith 208 Rhoades, Cecil 63 Rhodes, Rae 92 Rice, Donald 114, 197 Rice, Harold 1, 50, 81, 83, 219 Richmond, Donald 50, 102 Ricklefs, Lyle. 63 Ridinger, Jane 56 Rieb, Marlene 199 Rifenbark, Ray 56, 106, 123 Rimls, lslea 63, 195, 209 Risty, Roger 50, 81, 99, 100, 101, 185 Roach, Chuck 44, 189 Robar, Danny 201 Robbins, Marilyn 63, 116, 117, 183, 209 Robertson, T. Donald 56, 205 Rodawig, Donald 69 Roettele, Arlo 214 Roggen, Norven 32, 50, 82, 185, 220 Rokke, Keith 67, 201 Romsdahl, Marvin 32, 69 Rosene, Paul 66 Rouse, Barbara 50, 187 Rovere, Fred 56, 106, 123, 127, 214, 225 Ruane, Michael 68 Rudolph, Royal 68 Runge, Ronald 67, 81 Rustad, Patricia 57, 195 Ryan, James 63, 143, 213 Ryken, Lawrence 44 S Saarloos, George 44 Samuelson, James 83, 115 Sather, P atricia 57, 195, 221 Satter, John 57, 91, 203. 213 Sauder, Blaine 63 Schaeppi, Thomas 32, 65 Schanche, Arthur 50, 103, 193 Schatz, William 57 Schell, Allan 94 Schell, James 92 Schiager, Roger 50, 104, 107, 214 Schirmer, Stanley 213 Barbara Jones 51, 87, 96, 97, 199 Schmidt, Schmidt, l. Dee 28, 44, 79, 86 Schmidt, Jim 51, 81, 193 Schmiable, Harry 57, 104 Schneider, Wilfred 65, 93 Schneph, Elinor 63, 115, 211 Schoen, Frank 36, 44, 82, 99, 102, 115, 203 Schoenewe, Ronald 44, 102, 205 Scholten, Roger 57, 193 Schroeder, Darlene 57, 115, 199 Schulz, Dorothy 33, 57, 183, 209 Schumacher, Schumacher James 51 Margaret 44, 101, 187 Marilyn Bleeker 51, 199 Schumacher Schumacher, Mary 44, 101 Schumacher Robert C. 57 Schumacher, Robert J. 66, 116, 117 Schutz, Terry 197 Schwartz, Truman 63, 197 Schweinefus, Raymond 84 Scott, Larry 67, 103 Scott, Tali Birner 92 Seacat, Carol 51, 99, 101, 116, 117, 191 Seacat, Patricia 63, 101, 114, 116, 117, 191, 209 Seaman, Maynard 69, 114 Sechser, Sam 51, 104, 201, 220, 221 Seiler, Katherine 57 Selberg, Donald 63, 115, 193 Selberg, Douglas 63, 115, 193 Selby, Paul 51 Sessler, Catherine 44, 195 Shaw, Ann Louise 34, 57, 105, 115, 181, 195, 221 Sheild, John 44, 86, 106, 115, 144, 147, 193 Sheldon, Bruce 66, 98, 107, 115 Sherer, Merrill 63, 189 Shawalter, Howard 44 Shotts, William 185 Shultz, Donald 67, 98 Siegel, Stanley 93, 94, 98 Sieglaff, Harold 63, 213 Sievert, Dorothy 57, 90, 195 Silvernak, Marilyn 63, 209 Simon, Melvin 63, 114, 214 Simpson, John 44, 107 Sippel, Joseph 63, 84, 116, 117 Sisk, Clayton 63 Sisko, Louis 63 Sisson, Maureen 51, 97 Slattery, John 51 Slothower, Addison 57, 100, 120, 144, 203 Small, Clinton 51 Smebakken, Clay 51, 81, 193 Smidt, James 68 Smiley, Betty 57, 195 Smith Barbara 57,100,187 Smith Harry 57 Smith, Janis 57, 107, 195 James 44. 82. 35. 94. 130. 159 Smith, Smith, Lorraine 51 Smith, Paul 66 Smith, Peony 44. 181. 199 Smith, Richard 51 Smith Scott 201 smitney, Maroarez 57. 105. 209 Snoozy, William 63 Solem, Sorensen Sorenson, Maureen 1. 35. 44, 73- Henry 117.193 O 99 100 101 197 87, 95, 11 Spiecker, Frank 66, 193 Stadtfelt, Charles 57, 193 Stakke. Nancy 44- 115- 117- 195 Staneck, Robert 68 Staude nbaur, Craig 51, 117 Staudermann. C1110 214 Steece. Fred 44 Steensma, Robert 65, 113 - -.... ,- 1 ,L tlbty .I+ hp' , James 8 . . . - 5 199 Steerer, Calvin 69 Steichen, Robert 93 Steilen, Donald 57 Steinbeck, Donald 82, 197 Steinbergs, Zigrids 51 Steller, Donna 63, 191, 211 Stetson, Charles 45, 123, 124 Stevens, Bette 57, 116, 117, 191 Stevenson, Duane 143, 214 Stevenson, William 144, 145, 146 Stewart, James 63, 143, 213 Stickel, Franklin 213 Stirerman, Gerald 143 Stocker, Charlene 63, 116, 117, 195, 209 Stoddard, Howard 45, 80, 203 Stoel, Evonne 63, 199, 209 Stokes, Jean 113 Stolze, Roger 45 Strassel, Patricia 57, 114, 187, 211 Studenberg, Joseph 57, 116, 117 Stuerman, Gerald 143 Sullivan, Phyllis 45, 187 Sumner, Dean 51, 180, 193 Swab, Joyce 34, 51, 115, 199, 221 Swain, Daniel 203 Swanson, Robert 51, 79, 91, 104, 107, 180 Swedeen, Dick 201 Sweet, Nancy 63, 195 Swett, Frankie 57, 195 Swick, Larry 57, 83, 84, 117, 197 Swift, Douglas 63, 115, 185 Swisher, Lowell 69 Syring, Bruce 51, 81 T Taplett, Connie 51, 100, 183 Tarver, Richard 129 Tarver, Russell 45, 74, 112, 113, 114, 123, 128 Taylor, Lawrence 68 Tays, James 37, 51, 80, 106, 135, 136, 140, 144, Tays, Richard 63 Telken, Katherine 45, 209 Thacker, Ronald 185 Thanos, Alex 123, 203 Thiel, Kenneth 84 Thom, Francis 63, 101, 213 Thompson, Donald 68 Thorson, Norman 45, 104, 107, 115 Throckmorton, Douglas 57, 112, 113 Tidball, Keith 57, 197 Tiede, Jim 45, 189 Tiede, Wilbert 63 Tieszen, Arden 63 Tieszen, Frances 117, 208, '209 Titus, Marion 45, 211 Tjaden, Donald 143 Tobin, William 197 Toft, Eleanor 63, 115, 195, 209 Tooley, Carolyn 63 Torbert, Kenneth 116, 117 Tornow, Eugene 63 Torrison, Ann 57, 191, 222 Torrison, Norman 57, 189 Tosch, William 63, 116, 117, 213 Townsend, Margaret 65 Tracy, Gerald 68 Trankle, George 63 Trapp, Dean 143 Travis, John 117, 214 Treick, Phil 123, 126, 201 Treick, Ronald 63, 214 Trenker, Charles 63 Trenker, JoAnn 51, 99, 100, 101, 187 Tronvald, Harlan 57, 214 Trotman, Neil 69 Turner, John 57, 193 Two Hawk, Webster 144, 146 U Ufford, Wayne 51, 80, 99, 100, 101, 107, 197 Uhrich, Clifford 57 Ulvog, James 45, 51 Unger, Bruce 63, 214 Urdahl, Kenneth 193 146, 147, 214 V Vanden Berge, Mary Joan 64, 195 Vander Plaats, Norman 57 Vandiver, James 67, 91, 96, 98 Van Gerpen, Earl 45, 97, 104, 107, 185 Van Gerpen, Maurice 104, 113, 185 Van Hover, Eugene 213 Van Overscheld, Terry 64, 115, 209 Van Tour, Darlene 64, 199, 209 VBR Why, John 64, 197 Vaughn, Joan .33, 51, 87, 97, 112, 115, 17 Velek, Leonard 57, 114 Vermilyea, Kent 51, 117 Visnow, Meredith 35, 45, 191 Vogt, Donald 80, 123, 127 Vogt, Herbert 64 Vogt, Janet 64, 209 Vohs, Ralph 64 Volden, Robert 1, 34, 45, 197, 218 Voss, Nancy 199, 209 Vrooman, David 45, 203 W Waddel, Marilyn 64, 113, 211 Wagener, Earl 64, 185 Waggoner, Robert 106, 123, 131, 189 Wagner, Joan 57, 101, 199 Wagner, Lyle 51, 79, 201 Walker, John 67, 82, 203 Waller, George 45, 82 Ward, Jim 201 Waring, James 51, 82, 203 Warner, llah Mae 45, 105, 187, 211 Waterson, Earl 205 Watson, Duane 57, 104, 193 Waugh, Carleen 45, 183 Weber, Ted 193 Weeks, James 197 Weging, Alice 64, 191, 211 Wehde, John 57, 84, 99, 193 Weigel, Anton 123 Weisensee, George 201 Welch, John 114 Weller, Forestine 69 Welter, James 52, 203 Wemmering, Fred 51, 82, 83, 84, 185 Wernl, Wallace 57 Werth, Marilyn 33, 52, 115, 195 Wertman, Eugene 45, 201 West, Jack 203 Whalen, Ronald 57, 91, 99, 100, 101, 193 Whetsel, Barbara 120, 211 Whitcomb, Dale, 68 White, Stanley 64 Whiting, Mary Jean 45, 73, 87, 195 Whitman, Jerry 64 Whitmore, Ann 52, 195 Whitmore, William 64, 193 Wiest, Erwin 66, 98, 205 Wigdahl, Luther 69 Wilds, Janet 52, 114, 211 Wilkes, ,Dorothy 64, 199, 209 Wilkins, William 57, 189, 218 Williams, Bert 52 Williams, Jacqueline 58, 211 Williams, Richard 203 Wills, Phyliss 58, 116, 117, 209 Willy, Todd 35, 45, 80, 97, 104, 185 Wilson, Lester 45, 102 Wince, Sherman 52, 80, 102 Wingert, Marvin 58, 64, 114 Wingert, Robert 114 Winter, Nancy 90, 183 Winter, Sally 32, 34, 52, 87, 195, 220 Wintersteen, Maurice 64 Wiseman, Merritt 64 Witt, Carol 45, 74, 87, 95, 115, 175, 195 Wittmayer, Lorence 64 Wobken, Clifford 58, 203 Wold, Jack 64, 197 Wolf, Donald 58 Wolfe, Dolores 58, 114, 211 Wood, Lyle 45, 102 0, 174, 199 .+G rs wuoale, mama sa, 104, 106, 115, 183 Woods, Mary 64, 199, 209, 218 Wrage, Keith 69 wrage, Ted 68, 32 Wuertz, Robert 64, 214 Wylie, Edward 69 Y Yeado, Lavonne 52, 101, 181, 187 FACULTY A Abell, Mrs. Edith 30, 105 Abell, Usher 30, 99 Akeley, Lewis E. 30, 93 Aldrich, Mrs. Corine 210, 211 Alkire, G. Don 30 Amsden, Alan B. 30, 34 Anderson, Rubert S. 30 Andre, Mrs. 189 Arnaud, Leonard E. 30 B Bain, Mrs. 185 Ball, Chester S. 29 Ball, Mrs. 195 Bather, Mrs. 191 Batson, William H. 30 Beabput, Sgt. E. N. 30 Beede, Grace L. 30, 96 Bender, William 93 Bergman, Ruth 28 Bloom, Mrs. Florence 199 Blumenthal, Albert 30 Boyer, George F. 30, 101 C Cadwell, Vern L. 28 Clmp, David B. 30 Cape, William H. 30 Christenson, Christy E. 30 Christol, Carl 30 Churchill, E. P. 30 Clausen, Harry J. 30 Colwell, Richard 30 Connors, Howard W. 30 Cooledge, Mrs. Helen M. 30, 105 Cox, Charles D. 30 Crafton, Shirley 112, 113 Cummings, Sherwood 30, 93 D Danforth, Mrs. 187 Davis, Roger T. 30 Delzell, Mark W. 27, 30, 35 Douglas, Mrs. 203 Dreyer, Avon M. 30 Driscoll, Glen R. 30 Dunbar, William G. 30, 93 Dutcher, Jim 122, 123, 134, 135 -'viii' Young, Gerald 52, 205 Z Zaayer, William 52 Zeller, Gerald 117 zeuer, Joy 64, 133, 263 Zimmerman, Barbara E 58,209 Ehrensperger, Edward C. 30, 34 Ekman, William E. 30, 35 Erickson, Lt. Col. James L. 29 Estee, Charles R. 30 Eyres, Thomas E. 29 F Farber, William O. 30 Fossler, Harold R. 30 Falk, R. D. 28 28 Frankenfeld, H. W. French, Rollie L. 30 G Gamage, Harry 122, 123 Geary, Thomas C. 30. 35, George, Boyd W. 30 Gerlach, Mrs. 197 Griffin, Paul V. 30 Grover, David H. 3 Gunderson, Clark Y. 30 H Hadd, Edwin J. 30 Haeder, Paul A. 30, 113 Haines, A. L. 30 Hard, Walter L. 27 Harrington, Elbert W- Z7 Hartman, A. P. 30 Hayes, Gordon 0. Heemstra, John G. Heinrich, Max A. Hoover, Norman C. Hoy, C. B. 29, 37, Hurt, Wesley R. 29 Jolly, M. Russell 30, 225 Jones, J. P. 30 Jones. S. W. 29. 34 Jopling, SFC Willi Jordan, Harold M- Julian, J. H. 251 104 0, 225 30 30 30 30 121, 123. 134. 135 am C. 30 30, 35, 97, 104, 107 34 'TT " QQ?" ' 45 "2 1 "."'llV".Q'5'1 -f -of 1-wr .. Read, Willard O. 31 Kelsey, F. E. 30 King, Robert H. 30 Knapp, Robert H. 26 Reid, Capt. Bruce 31 Rice, Allis L. 31, 97, 224 Risk, Thomas M. 31 Rothrock, E. P. 31 Rowan, SFC George C. 31 Knutson, Wayne S. 31, 105 Krueger, Keatha K. 31 L Larson, Irvin E. 31 Larson, Richard E. 28, 112 Lee, Warren M. 27 Lennon, Dan 31, 37, 122, 123, 134, 144 Lofthus, Orin M. 31 Lokken, Ella V. 31 Lyle, Mary G. 31, 90 Lyon, Bobby 31 M Marshall, Joseph S. 31 Martelle, Mrs. 193 Martin, Robert M. 31 Mather, Adaline N. 31 Mathis, Paul C. 31 Mead, A. 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