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

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--.- : l (jiH tfcu l cur fa We£ee H 1955 ttniiPei ' Mtif vtf £cuth fcakcta Verpiillien, £eutk foakcta PultlUhed fy the gtujeht PulfticatfoHA Scant Velum 54 JtW the Cditcr Another year at USD has passed and with it memories of happy times and important events that we shall always remember. Many of the events of college life at USD have become traditional. Dakota Day, varsity games, Strollers, graduation — bring back pleasant memories not only to us but to the many students who attended USD in years past. University life in itself has become traditional. The college way of life follows a similar pattern year after year. In recognition of this, the theme of tradition has been carried out in this year ' s annual. TRADITION — We are proud of South Dakota — our native state — the state of cattle and small farms. As we spend our college days here, we soon realize that we are embarking upon the threshold of a challenging atomic age . . . However, these thoughts are pushed into the back of our minds as we work and play in our role as students at USD. It is the campus traditions that we remember most. Yes, we will long remember rush week, long registration lines, sleepy 8:00 classes, bridge at Mike ' s, the Volante, Christmas caroling, vacations, semester tests — a new start in a new semester — Strollers ' practice, Religious Emphasis Week, spring with its picnics, songfests, the Military Ball — more semester tests — for some the culmination of college days, graduation. To recapture the memories of this year, it is with pleas ure we present to you for the safekeeping of those memories — the 1955 COYOTE. ■ « •■.. ' • ■ CcntenU At £. h % Student iifo Seautij ClaAMA (jteekA AcfflttieJ iHilitarij Athletic Z04 m v.- . . AdmMAtratich Administration Building » . . . Cc-efa New Noteboom Hall . . Science Chemistry Building CampuA VieuA . . 014 Utaih 7cu et University Hall . . Actriitii Union Building Law Building 10 Science Building Danforth Chapel . . Spirit USD Armory 11 South Dakota State Capitol, Pierre 12 The Board of Regents of South Dakota is the governing agent of all the state-supported schools; it selects all key personnel and lets all contracts. Appointed for a six year term by the Governor, each member takes his role seriously as being a vital link in the ad- ministration of schools in the state. In this role, our present Board of Regents has continued to carry out the American tradition of constantly im- proving the education system. Joe Foss The £wtk hakcta ea?4 fayentA Mr. Laurence Robinson, Mrs. Lucille Dory, Mr. E. M. Mumford, Mr. Eric Heidepriem, Mr. Frank Cundill. Dr. I. D. Weeks President Warren M. Lee Dean, College of Fine Arts H. W. Franlcenfeld Registrar, Examiner, and Alumni Secretary J. H. Julian Vice-President and Business Manager 14 William Curran Finance Secretary Eleanor Norton Dean of Women E. W. Harrington Dean, College of Arts and Sciences R. H. Knapp Dean of Men and Student Personnel Services 15 John B. Van Why Director of Health and Physical Education Robert F. Patterson Dean, School of Business Oval A. Phipps Dean, School of Law Thomas Fattaruso Director of Religious Activities f Vern L. Cadwell Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Thomas E. Eyres Director of Student Health Mark W. Delzell Dean, School of Education Walter L. Hard Dean, School of Medicine 17 Ruth Bergman Librarian Wesley R. Hurt Director of Museum Robert Fallc Director of Extension Service Herbert Schell Dean of Graduate School Lt. Col. Thomas Stewart Director of Military Activities A. E. Mead Director of Special Services Edward Slack Director, Radio Station KUSD C. B. Hoy Athletic Director 19 BACK ROW: Dean Belbas, David Walters, Jerry Houck, Luther Ihle, Charles Bassett, Robert Tschetter, Truman Schwartz. SECOND ROW: Bernard Nygaard, Dick Chaussee, John Searle, Wayne Krahn, Dave Holtze, Scot Smith, Max Gruenwald. FIRST ROW: Julia Bode, Ann Jastram, Mary McKeon, Jane Case, Barbara Smith, Janice Jorgensen. The Officers: Janice Jorgensen, Secre- tary, Max Gruenwald, President, and Dick Chaussee, Vice-president. Student £enate The University Student Senate, headed by Max Gruenwald after a hot and nerve-racking election in the spring of 1954, is the official governing body representing all the students. In appropriating funds, conducting elections, and carrying out student functions and activities, the Senators, developing leadership and sound judgment, meet their responsibilities to the students. 20 SOCIAL COMMITTEE — Delores Schaffer, John Wicks, Virginia Tarver, Shirley Soren- son, Joan Bristow, Larry Swick, Lynn Schlos- ser, Ann Hasse, Grace Vandel, Lorraine Ihrke, Leroy Gullickson, Les Duly. CONVOCATION COMMITTEE — John Hammil, Merle Johnson, Donna Harsma, Kay Kiel. COMMUNITY ARTIST SERIES — Janice Weaver, Marilyn Clark, James Mundt, Carl J. White, Thomas Poe. PUBLICATIONS BOARD — BACK ROW: LeRoy Okerlund, Bill Slattery, Alan Amsden. SECOND ROW: Rich Gorsuch, Dr. Ehrensperger, Karen Olsen, Dean Julian, E. G. Trotzig. FRONT ROW: Dean Belbas, Wal- borg Olsen, Walter Klock. 21 lAAtciatbn c$ WcmcH Student A REPRESENTATIVES: BACK ROW: Lorraine Duffy, Mary Ann Schumacher, Ra- mona Memmer, Ann Shaw, Barbara Smith, Janice Jorgensen, Mickey McKeon, Dean Eleanor Norton, Janet Hansen, Lorraine Ihrke, Nila Berry, Sigrid Anderson, Julia Bode, Jackie Pier. FRONT ROW: Maureen Mader, Darlene Schroeder, Nancy Hoy, Gail Abbott, Virgie Williamson, Patricia Allen, Lois Creamer, Carol Bauer. AWS Mardi Gras Queen and King, Betty Holmoe and Jim Rath. CO-ED CODE editor Betty Hoi moe. 22 JreAtnatt ClaAA OtfjfteerJ For the first time in recent years, the FRESHMAN CLASS was organized as a unit, electing governing officers and carrying out various projects. The Dakota Day bonfire, one of their more laborious duties, showed by its height and flames that class spirit is being instilled in the " GREEN FROSH. " OFFICERS: Vilas Mayer, Vice-president, Donald Hansen, President, Keeta Risser, Secretary- treasurer. A big project was building the rabbit for the bonfire. All that work gone up in smoke. 23 The Interfraternity Council, composed of two representatives from each of the seven national social fraternities on cam- pus, is a mouthpiece to promote under- standing and good relations among the fraternities themselves, the rest of the student body, and the University. Dick Chaussee, as President, led this year ' s IFC through its various activities from Rush Week to the Miss U contest. Meeting throughout the year, they car- ried out their purpose and functions well. Vice-president Charles Bas- sett and President Dick Chaussee. JJhterift-ate ' hi ' tL Council BACK ROW: Robert Tschetter, Steve Le Fevre, Ben Blumenthal, John Dewell, Scott Smith, Dick Chaussee, Darrold Stoebner. FRONT ROW: Carl Anderson, Cecil Dodson, Wally Klock, Dan Swain, Charles Bassett. 24 BACK ROW: Mary Fennel, Jackie Pier, Sigrid Anderson, Janet Hansen, Shirley Sorenson, Pat Miller. SECOND ROW: Bev Miller, Ann Shaw, Mickey McKeon, Sharol Amundson, Janice Jorgensen, Kay Kiel. FIRST ROW: Dean Eleanor Norton, Darlene Schroeder, Beth Lund, Nancy Hoy. Pan-Hellenic Council Pan-Hellenic Council, composed of members repre- senting five national sororities on campus, conducts rush- ing procedure for the social sororities at USD. The Council also publishes and distributes the Rushee ' s Handbook. In addition, the Council awards a scholarship to a deserving sorority girl and presents a scholarship plaque to the sorority with the highest scholarship rating. The winner for the school year of 1 953-54 was Kappa Alpha Theta. Ann Shaw scholarship Theta ' s. accepts the cup for the Pi Phi ' s and A Phi ' s enjoy a game of bridge after a Pan- Hell exchange dinner. 25 fv W mcntxii chwl faq ' toA All freshmen spend long hours taking orientation exams. Paying the bills — the last step in registration. Rushees pick up their bids. The life of a pledge begins. Lu Anne Johnson checks with Mr. Olson on transferring credits to USD. 28 t(£ kin Spirit Majorettes prepare to march to the music. C-O-Y-O-T-E-S Spirit for " Old USD " rocketed upward as the football season rolled on. The Band was there with " Hail, South Dakota, " the cheerleaders with " Go Get ' em, Coyotes, Go Get " em! " , and the frenzied crowd watching the Coyote-Jackrabbit tussle. The cold stands, the half-time demonstra- tions, the struggle for yardage, the wind-blown faces, the happy and sad hearts . . . they were all there. And we did beat Augie! 29 V£h Hwecwihy Our queen is crowned. Even queens have tongues. The royalty goes on parade. The Dakota Day Dance climaxes home- coming activities. hakcta Dtatif tflcHecH Since 1914a queen has reigned over Da- kota Day. In accordance with this tradition, Mary McKeon was elected Miss Dakota of 1 954. From her coronation to the last excit- ing minutes of Dakota Day, Mary proved to be a gracious and beautiful queen. 31 titl S hakcta Jackie Pier Avon, South Dakota Zatncha fitetntnet Madison, South Dakota 32 Attendants Jean StUUuf Mission, South Dakota Am ttutie £kau Sioux Falls, South Dakota 33 The Most Beautiful Float — Delta Tau Delta ' s seahorses. faakch Chi O ' s promise " U ' ll Give ' Em a Whirl. " Phi Delta Theta ' s float carried out the Mardi Gras theme. Beta ' s won Most Original trophy for " Outstripping State. " bai). 9S4 EMU ' . if-iJ fefi w jMwflj0Pfw j0 . —Jm H ' - .8 J - •- - 3 Ht- - - « » £- tfl The Lambda Chi ' s ferris-wheel won first place in fraternity house decorations. mm STATES PEN) STS The Pi Phi ' s do their washing. " U ' ll Haunt State " won first place for Alpha Xi in sorority division. The Delt ' s jail SDSC ' s Jack- rabbits. 35 C trtittnaJ Ccw Wesley Club members are trim- ming the tree — a tradition of Christmas. Strains of familiar carols ring through the air as the various housing units serenade with special Christmas music. We ' re Off! Vacation time has come at last. 36 After an all night session, maybe I can pass. Man, it ' s tough, and no one close to copy from. JeAt Week The oldest tradition . . . Tests. Two solid weeks a year devoted to seeing what we don ' t know and placing black clouds momentarily over our shining blue sky. Here, Chick Sroseclose, Mr. Average- Student, shows how he conquers those blue- books and three-hour exams. Well, you can ' t expect to get A ' s on them all. Now for the pause that re- freshes. 37 SaAketbalt Man, I can ' t see! Wait your turn. He ' s trying for a basket. 38 Bob Haeder, Chairman, Walborg Olsen, Secretary, Harvey Schnaible, Ass ' t Chairman, and Rev. Fattaruso. Week From February 14 to 17, the campus took on a more serious note as it observed the annual Religious Emphasis Week. Reverend Youngdahl of Minneapolis was guest speaker at Convo, and various other ministers visited the University. Participating as leaders in house discussions, luncheon gatherings, and seminars, they helped to make the week a spiritual success. RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK COMMITTEE: BACK ROW: Rev. Fattaruso, Karen Sather, Dr. McPartland, Dr. Buttrey, June Woodward, Mary Bollinger, Annette Salmon. SECOND ROW: Leah Authier, Carol Reedy, Sara Noble, Ann Hasse, Shirley Hanson, Marianne Lowe, Joyce Fennel, Walborg Olsen. THIRD ROW: Jack Wold, Dave Morrill, Jane Mumford, Bob Haeder, Dee Pfeiffer, Gail Abbott, Kathleen Gunderson, Richard Rausch. FRONT ROW: John Graff, Jim Walters, Harvey Schnaible, Ronald Treick, Berdyne Harris, Karen Olsen, Sharon Smebakken. £trcllerA Alpha Phi-Beta Honeymoon Trip Delts in the Army Independents ' Dream 40 M4 Chi Omega-Lambda Chi Burnt Toast of the Town Phi-SAE Wonderland Fantasy Theta-ATO Noah in New York 41 HjUlU VhtterJittf Esther Sunderman, charming and beautiful, walked off with top honors in the 1954 Miss Uni- versity contest staged by the Interfraternity Council in the spring. Miss Sunderman, who hails from Sioux Falls, is a member of the Alpha Phi sorority. Esther Sunderman CONTESTANTS: Connie Roth, Gloria Knudsen, Jan Sona, Esther Sunderman, Jo Bruyer, Cheri Doerr, Darlene Taylor. toiHQPut Kappa Alpha Theta, singing " Theta Lips " directed by Kay Kiel, captured honors at Swingout, competitive songfest among girls. " Hush-a-bye, " directed by Frank Myers, won the annual IFC trophy for ATO in 1954. DHterfraternitif £ing CwtMiHitlf Conductor, Boston " Pops " Orchestra Duo-piano Team 44 fittM £erieA William PriihtfiSe Violist Tkeedw tlpptnah Baritone 45 £tu4ent My election X marks the man. After the primaries, two men — Max Gruenwald and Dean Sumner — faced each other for the final battle of the ballots. In a lively, high-spirited campaign, each sought the votes of the student body. Torchlight parades, marches to the polls, speeches — they gave USD one of the most exciting spring elections in years. By a nar- row margin, Max was elected as president and Dick Chaussee vice-president. KUSD reported the election returns. The Winners! Dick Chaussee, vice- president, Max Gruenwald, president, are being congratulated by former- president Norv Roggen. 46 £priHQ tfeturttJ Mth Juh atuf Jntic Chi Omega Garter-throw won Best Booth honors at All-Fools Day Carnival. Marg Clark, " Miss Tug " with Joy Zeller and Donna Harsma, " Miss Jerks, " reigned over the SAE-ATO " Tug-of- War. " The Military Ball featured the music of Billy May ' s Orchestra in the spring of 1954. (jraduatfoh V The graduates will long remember the memorable walk from Old Main to Slagle Auditorium. Governor Sigurd Anderson ad- dressed the graduates of the Class of 1954 at the annual commencement exercises. Dr. Weeks congratulates each senior as he receives his diploma — the cul- mination of four years of college life. 48 On December II, Ed Sullivan, star of " Toast of the Town " tele- vision show, selected Miss Vanity Fair of 1955, while making a per- sonal appearance in Sioux City. This noted authority on beauty and talent was most happy to have been selected by the Coyote Editor to judge the contest. His warm personality and genuine in- terest in others impressed very much those who met and talked with him. The selection of the winner — " a hard decision " — was made on the stage of the Sioux City Audi- torium. A secret for six months, the winner — the beauty queen of the 1955 Coyote — is now re- vealed. Vahitif %ir Jujge Mr. Sullivan critically surveys Ed Sullivan the photos of 16 USD coeds. After due deliberation, he selects the winners. 50 Hum Vanity Jair Card £peah Petite Carol Spear, a lovely brunette from Sioux Falls, is Miss Vanity Fair of 1955. A secretarial training major at the University, Carol is a member of the Alpha Phi sorority. 51 Vanity % ' it hella Hnu en Vanity Oait Xeanne Heck Vanity Jab Ann £chiltj 52 Cchhie fietqqutit Satkata (jccttelt bcna £laMg gketa CUkire 53 CtHHie Huhdert Beth una Jcah Xihdemah Julie Piatt 54 fttartf Hh chutnachef Vitpe William 55 Other £un4ema Talented and beautiful — these words describe Esther Sunderman, Miss Uni- versity of 1954. A freshman student from Sioux Falls, Esther represents her sorority, Alpha Phi. 56 Connie Roth, Gloria Knudsen, Jan Sona, Esther Sunderman, Jo Bruyer, Cherie Doerr, Darlene Taylor Cchnet One of the traditions of the military department at the University is the selection of Honorary Cadet Colonel. This year ' s advanced military students chose lovely Ann Jastram of Sioux Falls to reiqn over the Military Ball festivities. Ann is a junior business major at the University, and is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. 58 Adjutant CeUttet faartehe £ckrceder Sattaticw £u eethea?U Jackie Uepper Seth tun4 59 £cabba?4 and Sla4e £toeetkeart At the military fall dance, " Cadet Capers, " Dorothy Burton of Vermillion was presented as the first Scabbard and Blade Sweetheart. She is a freshman student at the University where she is a member of Chi Omega sorority. 60 fcelta £i$w Pi Mependent £tu4entA I £toeetheart (Zckerta PeterJck 61 JZU X % ten afar «.-.. r-i -j M n £enfotA GERALD ALINGH, Vermillion, Advertising Art. THERESA ALLARD, Jefferson, Elementary Education, Newman Club, Independent Students Association. ELIZABETH ANDERSON, Belle Fourche, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta. SIGRID ANDERSON, Jefferson, Business Education, Chi Omega, Newman Club, Pi Omega Pi. ROBERT W. ARNOLD, Meckling, Physical Education. JERALD BARNHART, Aberdeen, Radio, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Independent Students Association, Wesley Club, University Theater, Radio Workshop. LEONARD BORLAND, Colome, Zoology, Newman Club. MICHAEL BOTTUM, Sturgis, Zoology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOAN BRISTOW, Mission, Business Education, Chi Omega, Newman Club, University Social Com- mittee, Pi Omega Pi. WILLIAM G. BURGESS, Sturgis, Advertising Art, Theta Xi. JOHN V. CONWAY, LeMars, la., Mathematics, Beta The ta Pi. JOAN COVEY, Syracuse, N. Y., English. DARWIN DAVIS, Waubay, Speech, Coyote Christian Fellowship, Lutheran Students Association, Speech Club, Playcrafters. DORA LEE DELZELL, Vermillion, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Student Christian Association, Roger Williams Club, University Religious Council. ROBERT DEVINNY, Mobridge, Applied Science, Lambda Chi Alpha, Interfraternity Council, Scabbard and Blade, Young Republicans, Dakota Day Chairman. CECIL DOD- SON, Sturgis, Geology, Theta Xi, Geology Club, Dakotans, Interfraternity Council. VERNE L. DOYLE, Cham- berlain, Science. ROBERT EVERHART, Moville, la., Applied Science, Engineering Club. 66 MARION FLYNN, Coronado, Calif., Elementary Education. JAMES D. FORRESTER, Salem, Music Education, Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, Cheerleader, Newman Club, Band, Music Educators National Con- ference, Track. JACK FREED, Carthage. Advertising Art, Lambda Chi Alpha, Dakotans. JACK FRITTS, Mitchell, Journalism. MARY ANN GIASAFAKIS, Sioux City, la., English, Volante, Young Democrats. NORMAN W. HEIMSTRA, Sioux Falls, Psychology, Independent Students Association. VINCENT HENDERSON, Philip, Physical Education, Delta Tau Delta, Track. JACQUELINE HEPPER, Mobridge, Business Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Coyote, Volante, Lutheran Students Association. PATTI HUGHES, Pipe- stone, Minn., Elementary Education, Newman Club. RICHARD HYDE, Pierre, Bacteriology, Beta Theta Pi, Wes- ley Club. DAVID JORGENSEN, Jefferson, Geology, Geology Club. KAY KIEL, Huron, Music Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Mortar Board, Mu Phi Epsilon, Volante, Convocation Committee, Music Educators National Con- ference, Pan-Hellenic Council. MARVIN KNITTEL. Dallas, Social Science, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Mu Alpha, Gamma Delta, Phi Delta Kappa, Uni- versity Choir. DELLA KNUDSEN, Bristol, English. Chi Omega, Dramatics, Zeta Phi Eta. ALBERT KORN, Menno, Mathematics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LEROY LAMBRECHT, Lead, Bacteriology, Lambda Chi Alpha, Bacteriology Club, Newman Club. BETH LUND, Brookings, English, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, Pan-Hellenic Council, Rifle Club. Women ' s Athletic Association, Dolphins, Lutheran Srudents Association. ALLEN MARKOVETZ, Gettysburg, Zoology, Beta Theta Pi, Strollers. £enfotA j «■ £enfotA T fib jfii £% MARY McKEON, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Business Education, Pi Beta Phi, President of Association of Women Students, Student Senate, Pan-Hellenic Council, Pi Omega Pi. RONALD McMASTER, Wisner, Nebr., History, Scabbard and Blade, Track. RAMONA MEMMER, Madison, Bacteriology, Mortar Board, Guidon, Pilgrim West- minster Fellowship, Independent Students Association, University Choir. LAVON MICKELSON, Sioux Falls, Eng- lish, Alpha Phi, University Choir, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi, Young Republicans, Women ' s Athletic Association, Guidon, Mortar Board, Coyote, Volante. BEVERLY J. MILLER, Sioux City, la., Physical Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Dolphins, Pan-Hellenic Council, Rifle Club, Association of Women Students. DONALD MILLER, Carthage, Radio, Lambda Chi Alpha, KUSD, Engineers Club, Young Republicans. PAT MILLER, Doland, English, Alpha Phi, Kappa Phi, Wesley Club, Coyote, Women ' s Athletic Association, Pan- Hellenic Council. MARGARET MONTGOMERY, Wakonda, Business Education, Band, Tau Beta Sigma, Kappa Phi. HALLIE MORRIS, Watertown, Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Theta, Dolphins, Rifle Club, Home Economics Club. BETTY MORRISSEY, Pierre, Zoology, Alpha Phi. DONALD MOUNT, Vermillion, Physical Education. JANE MUMFORD, Howard, English, Alpha Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Speech Club, Zeta Phi Eta. Canterbury Club. LEE MUNDT, Mobridge, Social Work, Pi Beta Phi, Newman Club, Coyote. FRANK MYERS, Hudson, Zoology, Alpha Tau Omega, University Choir. MICHAEL NAGLE, Sioux Falls, Journalism, Beta Theta Pi, Volante, Speech Club, Coyote. MARY NELSON, Vermillion, Elementary Education, Chi Omega, Lutheran Students Association. JANICE NEPSTAD, Mitchell, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta. MITCHELL F. NIELSEN, Sioux City, la., Geology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Track, Lettermans Club, Geology Club. 68 GRANT OLSEN, Philip, Zoology, Rifle Team. WALBORG OLSEN, Rapid City, Elementary Education, Chi Omega, Mortar Board, Coyote Editor, Alpha Lambda Delta, Danforth Chapel Corporation, Secretary of Religious Emphasis Week. CHERIE OYLOE, Brookings, Music Education, Independent Students Association, University Choir. SUSAN PAUL, Selby, English, Pi Beta Phi, Young Republicans, Rifle Club. VINCE PENNING, Garretson, Journalism, Volante, Young Democrats, Newman Club, Political Science League. CATHERINE QUINN, Sioux Falls, Zoology, Kappa Alpha Theta, Young Republicans, Newman Club. DUANE REYNOLDS, Algona, la., Physical Education. KAY SALEM, Sioux Falls, Physical Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Women ' s Athletic Association, Rifle Club, Newman Club, Young ' Republicans. PATRICIA SATHER, Presho, History, Kappa Alpha Theta, Lutheran Students Association, Association of Women Students, Young Republicans, Volante. ROGER SCHOLTEN, Canton, Mathematics, Delta Tau Delta, Engineering Club. DARLENE SCHROEDER, Rapid City, Business Education, Pi Beta Phi, President of Pan-Hellenic Council, Association of Women Students, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. JAMES E. SEELEY, Yankton, Radio. KATHERINE SEILER, Vermillion, Spanish, Modern Languages Club, Coyote Christian Fellowship, Phi Sigma lota. ANN LOUISE SHAW, Sioux Falls, English, Kappa Alpha Theta, Mortar Board, Business Manager of Volante, Guidon, Pan-Hellenic Council, Association of Women Students, Phi Sigma lota. AVIS SHOTTENKIRK, White Lake, English. ADDISON SLOTHOWER, Sioux City, la., Music Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Cheerleader, Band, Track, Lettermans Club, Music Educators National Conference. CLAY SMEBAKKEN, Hot Springs, Government, Delta Tau Delta. BARBARA SMITH, Akron, la., Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Tau Beta Sigma, Young Republicans, Student Senate, Association of Women Students. £ehiwA 69 2 £ £eHfote MARGARET SMITHEY, Watertown, Speech. AUDENE STOEVEKEN, Sioux Falls, Sociology, Kappa Phi, Wesley Club. JEAN STOKES, Hot Springs, Social Science, University Choir, Association of Women Students. JOSEPH STUDENBERG, Gregory, Chemistry, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Chemistry Club, Wesley Club. LARRY SWICK, Gor- don, Nebr., Physical Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Pershing Rifles, Wesley Club, Univer- sity Social Committee. JEROME J. TICHY, Vermillion, History, Independent Students Association. ANN TORRISON, Brainerd, Minn., English, Chi Omega, Student Publications Board. DWANE WATSON, Sioux Falls, Social Science, Delta Tau Delta, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. FRANK WELCH, Vermillion, Mathematics, Alpha Tau Omega. NANCY WINTER, Vermillion, Chemistry, Chemistry Club, Alpha Lambda Delta. DeELDA WOODLE, Sturgis, Business Education, Alpha Phi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Pi Omega Pi, Women ' s Athletic Association. 70 JAMES AASE, Lake Andes, Psychology, Lutheran Students Association, Psychology Colloquium. ANDREW ABERLE, Trail City, Social Science. SHAROL AMUNDSON. Sioux Falls, English, Pi Beta Phi, Lutheran Students Association, Speech Club, Tau Kappa Alpha, Zeta Phi Eta, Associa- tion of Women Students, Toastmistress Club. CARL W. ANDERSON, Vermillion, Applied Science, Theta Xi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellow- ship, Pershing Rifles, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, Interfraternity Council, Union Board of Control. MARLENE ANDERSON, Alcester, Ele- mentary Education, Chi Omega, Cheerleader. JOHN BAGGALEY, Deadwood, Psychology, Phi Delta Theta. BEVERLY BEATTY, Vermillion, Elementary Edu- cation, Pi Beta Phi, Band, Coyote, Guidon, Pil- grim Westminster Fellowship, Tau Beta Sigma. CONNIE JO BERGOUIST, Mitchell, Art Educa- tion, Alpha Phi. MARYLIN BERRY, Groton, Sociology. NILA LEE BERRY, Washington, D. C, Adver- tising Art, Alpha Phi, Coyote, Blast, Association of Women Students, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pil- grim Westminster Fellowship, Young Republicans. DONA BLASEG, Parkston, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Newman Club. RICHARD BOCCARD, Teaneck, N. J., History, Lambda Chi Alpha, Football, Canterbury Club. JOSEPH BOSWORTH, Plankinton, Zoology, Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM BUBBERS, Sioux Falls, Government, Independent Students Asso- ciation, Political Science League, Young Repub- licans. DAVID CHANDLER, Coronado, Calif., Engineering. GARY CHRISTENSEN, Viborq, General Business, Alpha Tau Omega. MARGARET CLARK, Yank- ton, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Coyote. SAM COL- LINS, Winner, Geology, Union Board of Control. DICK CORDS, Yankton, Government-Journalism, Young Democrats, Independent Students Asso- ciation. SUZANNE DANNENBRING, Chamber- lain, English, Alpha Phi. MARY ANN DELONG. Brookings, Music Education, Alpha Lambda Delta, Guidon, Mu Phi Epsilon, Music Educators Na- tional Conference, Orchestra, University Choir, Wesley Club. Junior 71 JERRY DELOSS, Sioux City, la., Radio, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HARVEY DELZER, Selby, Govern- ment-Law, Phi Delta Theta. JACK DONAHOE, Vermillion, Applied Science, Beta Theta Pi, New- man Club, Phi Eta Sigma. BARBARA DUERRE, Webster, Business Educa- tion, Alpha Phi, Cheerleader. LORRAINE DUFFY, Oldham, Radio, Alpha Phi. DONALD ESERT, Watertown, Radio, Toastmasters Club, KUSD. JOYCE FENNEL, Elk Point. Radio, Alpha Phi, Lutheran Students Association, Zeta Phi Eta, KUSD. WILLIAM J. FOLEY, Salem, Geology, Geology Club. FLOYD F. FORBORD, Edge- mont, Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha. JERRY FRICKEN, Sioux City, la., Applied Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Engineering Club. THOMAS GERMAN, Yankton, Pre-Medicine, Delta Tau Delta. DEAN GIANNONATTI, Buf- falo, Pre-Medicine. KEN GLANZER, Bridoewater, Radio Engineering, Enaineering Oub, Rifle Team. EUGENE GLAZ- IER, Huron, Geology, Delta Tau Delta. RICH GORSUCH, Aberdeen, Advertising Art, Alpha Tau Omeaa, Blast Editor, Art Editor of Coyote and Volante, Strollers. DELORES GRUBL, Sturgis, Physical Education, Alpha Phi, Newman Club, Women ' s Athletic As- sociation, Radio Workshop. CECILIA GULSON, Hudson, History, Band, Tau Beta Siqma, Alpha Lambda Delta. WYNN GUNDERSON, Brook- ings, Commercial Art, Delta Tau Delta. ROBERT HAEDER, Wolsey, Government-Law, Lambda Chi Alpha, Toastmasters Club, Speech Club, Political Science Leaque, Gamma Delta, Chairman of Religious Emphasis Week. DALE HALE, Onawa, la., Advertising Art, Football. JOHN HAMMIL, Flandreau, Radio Engineering, Theta Xi, Kappa Kappa Psi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Band, Convocation Committee. 72 JuHiwA HELEN HANNING, Pollock, Home Economics, Home Economics Club. JANET HANSEN, Ver- million, Piano, Chi Omega, Mu Phi Epsilon, Guidon, University Choir, Pan-Hellenic Council, Alpha Lambda Delta, Association of Women Students. SARAH HARDER, Lead, Elementary Education, Kappa Phi, Band. WAYNE HARVEY, Vermillion, Psychology, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Wesley Club, Psychology Collo- quium. CAROLYN HEISE, Jewell, la., Elemen- tary Education, Alpha Xi Delta. DEAN HOLM, Baltic, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega, Lutheran Students Association, Student Senate, Young Republicans, Coyote. BETTY HOLMOE, Sioux Falls, Elementary Educa- tion, Kappa Alpha Theta, KUSD, Lutheran Stu- dents Association, Dolphins, Zeta Phi Eta, Guidon, Young Republicans. LORRAINE IHRKE, Lake City, la., English-Journalism, Alpha Phi, Uni- versity Choir, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi, Guidon, Volante, Women ' s Athletic Association, Coyote. JOYCE ANN JACOBSEN, Inwood, la., Home Economics, Independent Students Association, Lutheran Students Association, Home Economics Club. JACK JANIS, Hoven, Pre-Medicine, Newman Club. GLEN JENSEN, Madison, Psychology. JAMES JOHNSON, Miller, Government. ALLEN JONAS, Spearfish, Pre-Medicine, Wes- ley Club. EMILY JORGENSEN, Trent, Elemen- tary Education, Independent Students Associa- tion, Spanish Club, Rifle Club. JOHN W. KELLY, Sturgis, Chemistry. RICHARD KENNEY, Sioux Falls, Government- Law, Phi Delta Theta, Political Science League. MARILYN KOLBERG. Sioux Falls, Business Edu- cation, Chi Omega, Lutheran Students Associa- tion. CHARLES KREGER, Watertown, Geology. ARLENE KRUEGER, Brentford, Piano, Mu Phi Epsilon. BARBARA KRUMM, Huron, Pre-Med- icine, University Choir, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi, Student Senate, Toastmistress Club, Young Re- publicans, Women ' s Athletic Association. JAMES KUCERA, Tabor, Government-Law, Political Science League, Young Democrats, Newman Club. JutuwA 73 JACK KURTENBACH, Dimock, Government, Alpha Tau Omega, Newman Club, Political Science League, Young Republicans, Coyote. KATHLEEN LANG, Madison, English, Newman Club, Independent Students Association. JAMES LARSON, Sioux Falls, Pre-Medicine, Phi Delta Theta, Newman Club. THOMAS LAWLER, Howard, Radio-Speech, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Speech Club, Newman Club. RANAE LEHR, Sioux Falls, French, Kappa Alpha Theta, Young Republicans, Gamma Delta, Coyote. BETTY LIETZKE, Beresford, English, Alpha Phi, Newman Club, Dolphins. RICHARD LYNCH, Albany, Calif, History, Beta Theta Pi. VACLAV MACH, Dante, Applied Science. FRANCIS MALONE, Vermillion, Gov- ernment, Beta Theta Pi. BEVERLY McDONALD, Sterling, Colo., Music Education, Orchestra, University Choir, Music Educators National Conference, Wesley Club, Coyote Christian Fellowship. DUANE MEETHER, Vermillion, Applied Science. BOYD METZGER, Lester, la., Pre-Medicine. CHRIS J. MOLLER, Baltic, Chemistry, Alpha Tau Omega, University Choir, Lutheran Students As- sociation. PEGGY MOORE, Sioux Falls, Secre- tarial Traininq, Pi Beta Phi, Dolphins, Young Re- publicans, Rifle Club, Association of Women Students. RAYMOND MORKVE, Sioux Falls, Advertising Art, Lambda Chi Alpha. LYLE MUNNEKE, Corsica, Pre-Medicine, Luth- eran Students Association. LEROY OKERLUND, Sisseton, Radio, Basketball, Student Publications Board. HARLAN PETERSON, Beresford, Radio, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Kappa Alpha, KUSD, Toastmasters Club, Speech Club, Young Demo- crats, Dakota Day Parade Marshal. DEE PFEIFFER, Yankton, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Newman Club, Women ' s Athletic As- sociation, Dolphins, Young Republicans. JIM RALLIS, Sioux Falls, General Business. GERALD L. READE, Canton, Business-Law. 74 JuhiwJ CECIL RHOADES, Rapid City, Dramatic Art, Theta Xi. University Theater. KUSD, Volante. Student Senate, Young Republicans. EVELYN SCHULER, Tripp, Music Education, Alpha Phi, Music Educators National Conference, Univer- sity Choir, Band, Gamma Delta, Women ' s Ath- letic Association, Young Republicans, KUSD. TRUMAN SCHWARTZ, Freeman, Chemistry, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band, Volante, Student Senate, Chemistry Club, Strollers. PATRICIA SEACAT, Alexandria, Music Educa- tion, Mu Phi Epsilon, Band, Coyote Christian Fellowship, Tau Beta Siama, Music Educators National Conference, Wesley Club, Orchestra. BARBARA SEILER, Vermillion, Elementary Educa- tion, Newman Club, Young Democrats, Independ- ent Students Association. HAROLD SIEGLAFF, Waterloo, la., Mathematics, Student Senate. DENNY L. SIELER, Bonesteel, Science. LOUIS SISKO, Fairfield, Conn., History. CLOIS SMITH, Vermillion, Music Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, Strollers, Music Educators National Conference, Band, Orchestra, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha. BILL SNOOZY, Beresford, Applied Science, En- gineering Club. KEN STAINBROOK, Parlcston, Applied Science, Engineering Club. DONNA STELLER, Vermillion, Spanish, Chi Omega, Wes- ley Club, Spanish Club, Phi Sigma lota. ALEX THANOS, Sioux City, la., Applied Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lettermans Club. FRANCIS THOM, Flandreau, Music Education, Theta Xi, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Music Educators National Conference, Band, Orchestra, Univer- sity Choir. ELEANOR TOFT, Mitchell, Spanish, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pilgrim Westminster Fellow- ship, Modern Languages Club. WILLIAM TOSCH, Madison, Pre-Medicine, Phi Eta Sigma, Wesley Club. RONALD TREICK, Scotland, Pre-Medicine. CHARLES TRIMBLE, Wanblee, Art, Theta Xi. NELSON TRIMBLE, Wanblee, Advertising Art, Theta Xi. ROBERT UECKER, Mitchell, Mathe- matics. Beta Theta Pi. DARLENE UNRUH, Freeman, English. JuHUfJ 75 EUGENE VAN HOVE, Parker. Pre-Medicine. JOHN VAN WHY, Vermillion, Physical Educa- tion, Lambda Chi Alpha. BETTY VILAS, Pierre, Social Work, Alpha Xi Delta, Coyote, Volante, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi. MARILYN WADDEL, Webster, Social Science, Roger Williams Club. JIM WALTERS, Yankton, Speech, Delta Tau Delta, Speech Club, KUSD, Young Republicans, Pilgrim Westminster Fellow- ship, University Religious Council. JAMES WEEKS, Vermillion, Government-Law, Lambda Chi Alpha, Political Science League. MARY ANN WINANS, Highmore, Business Edu- cation, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Phi, Coyote, Volante, Wesley Club, Young Republicans, KUSD. ROBERT WINGERT, Canistota, Pre- Medicine, Newman Club. SYLVESTER WOLD, Renner, Pre-Medicine, Lambda Chi Alpha. J unhte 16 £cpkwweA GAIL ABBOTT, Horrisburg, Sociology, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi, Association of Women Students, Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Christian Association, University Religious Council, Religious Emphasis Week. WALTER ACKERMAN, Winner, Pre-Dentistry, Phi Eta Sigma. PATRICIA ALLEN, Larchwood, la.. Secretarial Training, Newman Club, Speech Club. PHILIP ALLEN, Oral, Government, Independent Students Association, Pershing Rifles, Canterbury Club. THOMAS AMAN, Mobridge, Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Student Christian Association. WILLIAM ANDERSON, Hudson, English, Theto Xi. CLIFFORD ANDERSON, Ravinio, Pre-Medicine, Independent Students Association. VERNON ARNDT, Blencoe, la.. Physical Education, Independent Students Association, Student Recruitment. CLAYTON ARNESON, George, la., Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, Lutheran Students Association. DOUGLAS AUSTIN, Watertown, Business-Law, Delta Tau Delta, Speech Club, Band, Student Christian Association, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. LEAH AUTHIER, Chamberlain, Speech-Drama, Alpha Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, University Choir, University Religious Council, Canterbury Club President, Toastmistress Club, Speech Club, University Theater, Association of Women Students, Rifle Club. GAYLORD AYERS, Modison, Radio. LORRAINE BAKKE, Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, Young Democrats. CAROL ANNE BAUER, Sioux City, la.. Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta Vice-president, Association of Women Students Representative, Home Economics Club Treasurer, Young Republicans, French Conversational Group, Coyote, Political Science League, Modern Foreign Languages Club, Toastmistress Club, Student Senate. DALE BENGSTON, Almena, Wise, Accounting, Band. DONALD BENSON, Wakonda, Physical Education, Phi Delta Theta, Lutheran Students Association. GRETA BENSON, Owensboro, Ky., Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta. CAROL BENTON, Ipswich, Secretarial Training, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. RALPH BERNARD, Elk Point, Business-Law, Lambda Chi Alpha, Newman Club. BILL BERRY, Deadwood, Pre-Medicine, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. EDICE BLUE, Spearfish, Secretarial Training, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, Coyote, Young Republicans, Rifle Club, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. JOHN BOEVER, Vermillion, Accounting, Young Democrats. MARY ALICE BOLLINGER, Sioux Falls, English, Kappa Alpha Theta, Newman Club, University Choir, KUSD, Young Republicans. PAT BOOTH, Yankton, Business Education, Alpha Phi, Band, Majorette. DENNIS BORMANN, Stickney, Speech, Alpha Tau Omega, Wesley Club, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Speech Club. DALE BROWN, Toledo, Ohio, Pre-Medicine, Lambda Chi Alpha. SHIRLEY BROWN, Woonsocket, Business Education, Independent Students Association, Newman Club. JOANN BROZ, Wagner, Elementary Education. 77 £pttkmw A NEIL BRUNICK, Vermillion, Business-Low, Toastmasters. JOANNE BRUYER, Vermillion, English, Alpha Xi Delta, Newman Club, Majorette. ELEANOR BURTON, Vermillion, Business, Chi Omega, Band, Tau Beta Sigmo, Wesley Club. WILLIAM BYRNES, Pierre, Ad- vertising Art, Band, Track. KAY CARNAHAN, Estelline, Nursing, Independent Students Association. GARY CARTER, Britton, Radio, Phi Delta Theta. JANE CASE, Custer, Government, Pi Beta Phi, Student Senate, Speech Club, Coyote, Blast, Toostmistress Club, Young Republicans, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. AUDREY CAWTHORNE, Winner, Medical Technology, Rifle Club, Women ' s Athletic Association. KAY CHAUSSEE, Elk Point, Elementary Education, Newmon Club. DONNA CHRISTENSEN, Mitchell, Sociology, Alpha Xi Delta, Coyote, Kappa Phi, Young Republicans, Student Christian Association, Rifle Club. MARILYN CLARK, Sioux Falls, Music Education, Alpha Phi, Mu Phi Epsilon, Music Educators Notional Conference, Volonte. FORREST CONRAD, Scotland, Music, Independent Students Association, Music Educators Notional Conference. LOIS CREAMER, Vivian, Nursing. CAROLYN CROUCH, Sioux City, la.. Dramatic Art, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. ELSIE DANIELS, Rapid City, English, Pi Beta Phi. PATRICIA DENLINGER, Pierson, la.. Music Education, Kappa Phi, University Choir, Music Educators National Conference. WILLIAM DICKINSON, Canistota, Pre-Medicine. JAMES DICKSON, Sturgis, Business-Low, Delta Tau Delta, Band, Debate. DARREL DINGER, Hecla, Accounting, Independent Students Association. JOYCE DORR, LeMars, la.. Medical Stenography, Alpha Phi, Kappa Phi. LESLIE C. DULY, East Amherst, N. Y., Social Studies-Journalism, Alpha Tau Omega, Strollers, Coyote Copy and Section Editor, Blast Assistant Editor, Volante, Political Science League Secretary, Young Republicans, Pershing Rifles, University Social Committee. JANICE DUNCAN, Yankton, Art Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Newman Club. W. CHRISTOPHER DUNCAN, Webster, Pre-Medicine, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Canterbury Club. THOMAS DUNN, Mitchell, Dentistry, Alpha Tau Omega, Newman Club. CREIGH- TON EDWARDS, Plankinton, Pre-Medicine, Alpha Tau Omega. ERNIE EDWARDS, Tyndall, Business Education, Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Wesley Club, Football. DAVID EIESLAND, Canton, Commercial Art, Beta Theta Pi, Lutheran Students Association, Uni- versity Choir, Phi Mu Alpha, Coyote. MARY EKMAN, Vermillion, English, Koppa Alpha Theta, Wesley Club, Young Republicans, Student Christian Association, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dolphins, Coyote. £c tkctnweJ PATRICIA ELLINGSON, Canton, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Speech Club, Lutheran Students Association, Student Recruitment. MARIAN ELSHIRE, Milesville, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Newman Club. NANCY ENGLUND, Vermillion, Home Economics. DONAHUE EVANS, Centerville, Pre-Medicine. MARLYS EVANS, Flandreau, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi. SANDRA EYRES, LeMars, la.. Nursing, Independent Students Association, Coyote Christian Fellowship, Women ' s Athletic Association. MYRON FAHRENWALD, Conde, Pre-Medicine, Phi Eta Sigma, Wesley Club. RUTH FAIRBANKS, Vermillion, Business Education, Pi Beta Phi. VERNON FASBENDER, Estelline, Pre-Business, Independent Students Association. PATRICK FEATHERS, Beresford, Applied Science, Phi Delta Theta, Newman Club, Engineering Club. MARY FENNEL, Elk Point, English, Alpha Phi, Band, Modern Languages Club, Newman Club. WAYNE FISHER, Redfield, Accounting, Beta Theta Pi. JAMES FOLGER, De Smet, Business-Law. DONALD FOSTER, Colton, Applied Science, Lambda Chi Alpha, Engineering Club. MARJORIE FRANTZ, Watertown, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Roger Williams Club, Volante, Rifle Club. LEE FRENCH, Vermillion, Pre-Medicine, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. ROBERT FRIEBERG, Beresford, Government- Law, Delta Tau Delta, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Speech Club. WARREN FRIEBERG, Beresford, Pre-Medicine, Lambda Chi Alpha. MAURINE FRY, Westfield, la.. Elementary Education, Chi Omega. JANET GATES, Custer, Government, Kappa Alpha Theta, Band, Young Republicans, Eta Sigma Phi, Volante, Canterbury Club. MARY BETH GILLAM, Pickstown, Nursing, Alpha Xi Delta, Young Republicans, Rifle Club, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. BRAULIO GONZALEZ, Aguada de Parajeros, Cuba, Applied Science. RICHARD GOSNELL, Vermillion, Applied Science. RICHARD GOWAN, Cleghorn, la., English, Student Christian Association, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. JAMES GREENWOOD, Akron, la.. Applied Science, Lambda Chi Alpha, Engineering Club, Track. IRA GRINNELL, Cheyenne Agency, Government-Law, Canterbury Club, Young Republicans. LEROY GROENEVELD, Madison, Physical Education, Beta Theta Pi, Basketball. CHESTER GROSECLOSE, Ipswich, Accounting, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. €V cphcinweJ KATHLEEN GUNDERSON, Centerville, Business Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Newman Club, Volante. JERALD HAGAN, Mitchell, Business-Law. DOYLE HAGG, Dell Rapids, Pre-Medicine, Lambda Chi Alpha, Lutheran Students Association. DOUGLAS HAIJSMAN, Jefferson, Geology, Theta Xi, Roger Williams Club. MARLYS HALVERSON, St. Paul, Minn., Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta. PHILIP HANNEMA, Chicago, III., Accounting, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Wesley Club, Volante. SHIRLEY HANSON, Sioux Falls, Journalism, Lutheran Students Association, Volante. DONNA HARSMA, Sioux Center, la., Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta, University Choir, Convocation Committee, Cheerleader, Young Republicans. ANN HASSE, Aberdeen, Sociology, Kappa Alpha Theta, KUSD, Young Republicans, Wesley Club, University Sociol Com- mittee, Volante, Student Recruitment. HARRY HAUFFE, Leolo, Physical Education, Lambda Chi Alpho, Footboll. DOROTHY HAUG, Elk Point, Elementary Education. BETTY HINSEY, Pierre, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi, Association of Women Students. ORA HOFFMAN, Madison, Music Education, Bond, Lutheran Students Association. NANCY HOY, Vermillion, Eng- lish, Kappa Alpha Theta, Speech Club, Toastmistress Club, Young Republicans, Association of Women Students, Volante, Wesley Club, Alpha Lambda Delta. MYRNA HUFENDICK Lead, Advertising Art, Alpha Xi Delta, Tau Beta Sigma, Kappa Phi. CLARK HYDEN, Sioux Falls, Pre-Medicine, Beta Theta Pi. HOWARD INGLIS, Sioux Falls, Business Administration, Independent Students Association, Speech Club, Wesley Club, Young Republicans. LEON JEPSEN, Rapid City, Government, Lutheran Students Association, Speech Club. DALE JOHANNSEN, Carthage, Music Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi. LORIN JOHNSON, Gregory, Pre-Law. LYLE JOHNSON, Elk Point, Business Administration, Lutheran Students Association. RICHARD JOHNSON, Little Sioux, la., Industrial Arts, Independent Students Association, Basketball. ROBERT JOHNSON, Watertown, Pre- Medicine, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ARLYS JONES, Yankton, Accounting, Alpha Xi Delta, Rifle Club. JO ANN JORDAHL, Marcus, la.. Mathematics, Chi Omega, KUSD, Zeta Phi Eta, Speech Club, Toastmistress Club, Alpha Lambda Delta. JOHN KABEISEMAN, Yankton, Pre- Business, Football. MARY LOU KEARNS, Aberdeen, Business Education, Canterbury Club. KAY KELSEY, Mt. Vernon, Dramatic Art, Dramatics. ScphcmweA JOHN KENNEDY, Correctionville, la., Music Education, Theta Xi, Music Educators National Conference. GLORIA KNUDSEN, Bristol, Dramatic Art, Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dramatics. WILLIAM KNUTSON, Vivian, Radio, Lambda Chi Alpha. JANET KREUTZ- FELDT, Baltic, Commercial Business, Alpha Xi Delta, Lutheran Students Association. HELEN KRUEGER, Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Pi Beta Phi. MYVA LARSON, Alcester, Elementary Education. CAROL LeDUC, Sioux Falls, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Newman Club, Dolphins. STANLEY LILLY, Westfield, la.. Applied Science, Theta Xi, Engineering Club. DOUGLAS LIND, Sioux Falls, Industrial Management, Beta Theta Pi. DOROTHY LIND, Vermillion, Secretarial Training, Pi Beta Phi, Young Republicans. WILLARD LIND, Vermillion, Applied Science, Theta Xi, Engineering Club, Band. MARIANNE LOWE, Sioux Falls, Psychology, Alpha Phi, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi. MARVIN MANGELS, Clear Lake, Pre-Business. JEROME MARTIN, Pine Ridge, Mathematics, Independent Students Association, Orchestra, Pershing Rifles. WILLIAM MATOUSEK, Carter, Geology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Track, Geology Club, Phi Eta Sigma. JOHN McDERMOTT, Redfield, History, Beta Theta Pi. BEVERLY McKAY, Orient, Sociology, Alpha Phi, Band, Alpha Lambda Delta, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi, Volante. JANET McLAUGHLIN, Sturgis, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Young Republicans, Lutheran Students Association. LAVONNE MILLER, Custer, Business, Alpha Phi, Newman Club, Band, Tau Beta Sigma, Theater, Association of Women Students. MARGARET MILLER, Watertown, Physical Education, Alpha Phi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Women ' s Athletic Association. LAUREL MIT- CHELL, Sioux Foils, Mathematics, Phi Delta Theta. MYRNA MORGAN, Watertown, English, Wesley Club, Coyote, Student Christian Association. JERRY MORRISSEY, Pierre, Pre-Medicine, Beta Theta Pi. MARLENE MORROW, Armour, Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta. NANCY MORTON, Sioux Falls, Medical Tech- nology, Alpha Xi Delta, Orchestra. WILLIAM MUSOLF, Huron, Business and Industrial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, Young Repub- licans, Political Science League, Gamma Delta, Pershing Rifles, Track, Blast, Coyote. LARRY MYRICK, Paullina, la., Business-Law. ELIZABETH NELSON, Mitchell, Music Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Mu Phi Epsilon, Blast, Music Educators Notional Conference, Uni- versity Choir. S2 81 £cphwwe RICHARD NELSON, Wotertown, Marketing, Theta Xi, Delta Siama Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigmo Theto Epsilon, Young Democrats, Volant , Coyote, Speech Club, Political Science League. CATHERINE NOACK, Philip, Mathematics, Alpha Phi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Women ' s Athletic Association. VELMA NORMAN, Pierre, Secretarial Training, Alpha Phi, Wesley Club, Association of Women Students, Women ' s Athletic Association, Kappa Phi. PAUL OKPARA, Niger a, Africa, Pre -Medicine, Sigma Theta Epsilon. DEAN OLSEN, Sioux Falls, Business-Law, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. KAREN OLStN, Rapid City, English, Chi Omega, Alpha Lambdo Delta, Coyote, KUSD, Pil- grim Westminster Fellowship, Orchestra, Student Christian Association, Student Publications Board. JEANNE OLSON, Canton, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Speech Club, Student Christian Association, Lutheran Students Association. ROSS OLSON, Sioux Falls, Pre-Medicine, Beta Theta Pi. EINRIDE OVERBY, Canton, Spanish, Student Christian Association. COLLEEN PEDERSON, Elk Point, Elementary Education, Independent Students Association, Newman Club. GUSTAVO PEREZ, Havana, Cuba, Applied Science. ROBERTA PETERSON, Beresford, Elementary Education, Independent Students Association, Lutheran Students Asso- ciation. WILLIAM PETERSON, Wall, Radio, Band. LORAN POSEY, Sioux Falls, Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GINETTE POULSEN, Yankton, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Dolphins, Association of Women Students. PAT PROSTROLLO, Madison, Speech, Alpha Phi, Kappa Phi, Dolphins, Speech Club, Young Republicans. ALAN RABY, Edgemont, Psychology, Theta Xi, Strollers, Blosr, Coyote, Young Republicans, Political Science League, Pershing Rifles, University Theater. MAVIS RASKE, High more, Music Education. BARBARA REEDY, Custer, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Newman Club, Rifle Club, Toostmistress Club. CAROL REEDY, Vermillion, Mathe- matics, Alpha Xi Delta, Newman Club. DONN REYNOLDS, Mitchell, Business, Beta Theta Pi. SALLEE RIPPEY, Le Mars, la.. Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Kappa Phi, Speech Club. ROBERT ROESLER, Lead, Advertising, Beta Theta Pi, Football, Track, Student Recruitment, Volante. CLARICE ROHLA, Wagner, Elementary Education. JAMES ROSE, Coolidge, Tex., Elementary Education. MARJORIE ROWAN, Vermillion, Radio, KUSD, Radio Guild, Roger Williams Club, Rifle Club. AUGUST RYSAVY, Winner, Accounting, Newman Club, Delta Sigma Pi. KAREN SATHER, Presho, Radio-Speech, Kappa Alpha Theta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Zeto Phi Eto, Speech Club, Toostmistress Club, Young Republicans, Rifle Club, Lutheran Students Association. ££ 82 v2 £cpkwc ' eA JANE SAXTON, Rapid City, Spanish, Pi Beta Phi, Coyote, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Rifle Club, Young Republicans. LYN SCHMID, Kingsley, la.. Radio, Theta Xi. DOROTHY SCHROEDER, Bridgewater, Business Education, Pi Beta Phi, Young Republicans, Rifle Club. SANDRA SCHWIEREN, Watertown, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi. ALDEN SCOTT, Artesian, General, University Choir, Wesley Club. GEORGE SEALEY, Vermillion, Applied Science, Lambda Chi Alpha. PETER SELOVER, Huron, Pre- Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Canterbury Club. MARY SIEKMEIER, Sioux Falls, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Toastmistress Club, Young Republicans, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Coyote, Student Christian Association, Women ' s Athletic Association. CAROLE SIMMONS, Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Alpha Phi, Dolphins, Association of Women Students, Women ' s Athletic Association, Lutheran Students Association. JOHN SISWICK, Westerly, R. I., Market- ing, Delta Sigma Pi. DON SKINNER, Watertown, Accounting, Delta Tau Delta. SHARON SMEBAKKEN, Hot Springs, Elementary Edu- cation, Kappa Alpha Theta, Roger Williams Club. JANICE SONA, Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Pi Beta Phi, Young Republicans, Rifle Club. ARLIS SORENSEN, Vermillion, Home Economics, Lutheran Students Association, Home Economics Club. SHIRLEY SORENSEN, Sioux City, la.. Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta, Lutheran Students Association, Student Christian Association, Young Republicans, University Social Committee. HARLAN SOUTHWICK, Kingsley, la.. Applied Science. CAROL SPEAR, Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Alpha Phi, Young Republicans. ROBERTA SPILDE, Pierre, Secretarial Training, Alpha Phi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Association of Women Students, Women ' s Athletic Association. ROBERT STEPHENSON, Winterset, la., Music Education, Theta Xi, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi. SONJA STEWART, Rapid City, Pre-Business, Kappa Alpha Theta. CAROL STIEGELMEYER, Vermillion, Government, Alpha Xi Delta, Young Republicans. DOLORES STOECKER, Mobridge, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Volante, Coyote, Rifle Club, Student Recruitment. EDWARD ST. ONGE, Rapid City, Geology. MILTON STRAWBRIDGE, Toledo, Ohio, Pre-Medicine, Lambda Chi Alpha, Football. FRANCIS SULLIVAN, Madison, Pre-Business. MARY SULLIVAN, Burbank, Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Band. JOHN SWENNES, Beresford, Journal- ism, Phi Delta Theta. VIRGINIA TARVER, Aberdeen, Social Work, Kappa Alpha Theta, Lutheran Students Association, Student Christian Association. £cpkamweA NANCY TAYLOR, Sioux Falls, English, Pi Beta Phi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Student Christian Association, Coyote, University Choir, Toastmistress Club. DOUGLAS THARPE, Cherokee, la., Spanish. ROBERT THOMAS, Sioux Foils, Marketing, Lambda Chi Alpha. JAMES TICHY, Costlewood, History. GARY TIESEN, Freeman, Pre- Dentistry. ROBERT TORKELSON, Luverne, Minn., Accounting, Independent Students Association, Lutheran Students Association. MARY JANE TREGANZA, Canton, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante. ROBERT TSCHETTER, Freeman, Government-Low, Alpha Tau Omega, Interfroternity Council, Student Senate, Political Science League, Young Republicans. ARDIS TUTTLE, Fort Thompson, Social Work, Canterbury Club, Mojorette, Modern Languages Club. KEITH UFFORD, Vermillion, Applied Science, Lambda Chi Alpha, Band. MARIA URBANYI, Gettysburg, German, Independent Students Association. GRACE VANDEL, Sioux Falls, Business Education, Pi Beta Phi, Newman Club, Young Republicans, Toastmistress Club, University Social Committee, Dakota Day Secretary. DONALD VEDRAL, Dixon, Pre-Medicine, Independent Students Association. CAROL VEITCH, Water- town, Nursing, Pi Beta Phi, Coyote. JOAN VELLENGA, Sisseton, Government, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Speech Club, Coyote, Toastmistress Club. RICHARD VIEHWEG, Sioux Falls, Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT WAGNER, Sioux City, lo., Engineering, Theto Xi. LYNETTE WALTNER, Scotland, Music Education, Kappa Alpha Theto, Newman Club, Band, Tau Beta Sigmo, Music Educators National Conference. JANICE WEAVER, Miller, Fine Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Artist Series Committee. CARL J. WHITE, Salem, Government- Journalism, Alpha Tou Omega, Coyote Assistant Editor, Blast Associate Editor, Volante, Phi Mu Alpha, Artist Series Committee, Strollers, Band, Young Republicans, Political Science League, Kappa Kappa Psi. JACKSON WHITE, Sioux Falls, Business-Law, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Coyote. JOHN WICKS, Sioux Foils, Government, Independent Students Association President, Wesley Club, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Phi Eto Sigmo, Eta Sigma Phi, Speech Club, University Social Committee, Political Science League, Young Republicans, Coyote, Blast. VIRGIE WIL- LIAMSON, Baltic, English, Alpha Xi Delta, Lutheran Students Association, Association of Women Students, Volante, Coyote. LEWIS WINCKLER, Pierre, Business. JANICE WINJUM, Pierre, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Wesley Club, K appa Phi. MARY WINTER, Vermillion, Zoology, Koppa Alpha Theto, Lutheran Students Association, Chemistry Club. GARY WOODLE, Sturgis, English, Delta Tou Delta. JUNE WOODWARD, Brentford, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, Coyote, Young Republicans, Pilgrim West- minster Fellowship. 1 % «f it if. 84 JreJhtneh MARTHA ADAMS, Chamberlain, Business Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Newman Club, University Choir. SYLVIA ADAMS, Akron, la.. Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Band, Roger Williams Club. ROBERTA ALBRECHT, Redfield, Medical Technology, Alpha Xi Delta, Newman Club. ALBERT ALINGH, Cherokee, la.. Journalism. JOHN ALLEN, Aberdeen, Radio, Sigrri Alpha Epsilon, Newman Club. PAUL ALLEN, Huron, Pre-Business, Beta Theta Pi. SHIRLEY ALLEN, Flandreau, Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Phi. GORDON ANDERSON, Watertown, Accounting. JEANICE ANDERSON, Delmont, Physical Education, Alpha Phi, Band, Cheerleader, Head Twirler. JO ANN ANDERSON, Vermillion, Advertising Art. JOYCE ANDERSON, Dell Rapids, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, Roger Williams Club. MARJORIE ANDERSON, Armour, Art, Chi Omega, Cheerleader, Lutheran Students Association. DON ANDREWS, Fland- reau, Music. MAURICE ARNDT, Onawa, la.. Physical Education. DONALD ARNE, Carpenter, Radio Engineering, Theta Xi. CARLA ASHMAN, Sioux City, la.. Advertising, Independent Students Associa- tion. VERLA ATTIG, Sibley, la.. Music Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Band, University Choir, Wesley Club. RAY BAHDE, Redfield, Pre Medicine, Beta Theta Pi. LLOYD BALLHAGEN, Beardsley, Minn., Journalism, Independent Students Association, Wesley Club. ARLAN BARBER, Wessington Springs, Radio Engineering, Independent Students Association. DARWIN BAUERLY, Westfield, la., Phys- ical Education, Theta Xi. MAURICE BERNDT, Herreid, Pre-Business. MARIE BERNHOFSON, Canton, Elementary Education. MARY ANN BERTRAND, Akron, la.. Elementary Education. MURLYN BICKEL, Herreid, Pre-Business. RICHARD BIGELOW, Winner, Physics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Speech Club, Rifle Team. KENYON BIXBY, Sioux City, la.. History, Independent Students Association. JOHN BRANDT, Huron, Chemistry, Alpha Tau Omega, Band. 85 JreJktneh WESLEY BROER, Huron, Physical Education, Football. RICHARD BROWN, Rapid City, Geology. MARY BROWNE, Sioux Falls, Elemen- tary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Canterbury Club, Rifle Club, Young Republicans, Pep Club. ELAINE BRYANT, Canton, Medical Technology, Kappa Alpho Theta, Wesley Club. ANTHONY BUCKMEIER, Bison, Business-Low, Alpha Tou Omega. SHIRLEY BURKE, Newell, Radio, Independent Students Association, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. DOROTHY BURTON, Vermillion, Education, Chi Omega, Wesley Club. CALVIN CAMPBELL, Rapid City, Pre-Business, Pershing RiHes. JACKIE CARPENTER, Canton, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Pep Club, Wesley Club, Young Republicans. BARBARA CARR, Pierre, Secretarial Training, Alpha Phi. RAY CASH, Vermillion, Physics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARION CLARK, Sioux City, la.. Journalism. VAL CLELAND, Vermillion, Pre-Veterinary, Beto Theto Pi. JOHN CLYDE, Sioux City, lo., Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta. CAROL COOL, Platte, Medicol Technology, Independent Students Association, Coyote, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. JIM COOLEY, Huron, Business Management. WILLIAM COPE, Watertown, Drama, Bond, Coyote, Dramatics. ANNE COVER, Pickstown, General, Alpha Xi Delta. MARY ANN COYNE, Lily, Elementary Education, Dramatics. D. O. DILLAVOU, Spearfish, Government-Low, Beta Theto Pi. PHYLLIS DORNBUSCH,, la., Secretarial Training. FRANCES DREY, Scotland, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Young Republicans, Newman Club, Toastmistress Club. DON DUFFY, Yankton, Business-Law, Alpha Tau Omega, Speech Club. DALE DULANY, Tulare, Secretarial Training. DONALD EBERLE, Rapid City, English-Journalism, Delta Tou Delta. ROGER EGGEN, DeSmet, Business Administration. LAWRENCE EGGUM, Speorfisk, Radio. DELBERT EILDERS, Sibley, la., Business Education, Band. 86 JreAtnen WARREN EISENBRAUN, Custer, Dramatic Art, Delta Tail Delta, University Choir, Gamma Delta, Dramatics. ALICE ELLISON, Vermillion, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Lutheran Students Association. WANDA ELSHIRE, Milesville, Alpha Phi, Newman Club. WILLIAM ENGEL, Bath, Pre-Medicine, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARJORIE FAIRBANKS, Vermillion, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Band, Wesley Club. RICHARD FLANERY, Milbank, Pre- Business. LINDA FOGHT, Kenosha, Wise, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, University Choir. MARILYN FRANDSEN, Watertown, Physical Education, Alpha Phi. LORRAINE FREMMING, Sioux Falls, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Lutheran Students Association. JOHN FRIESE, Huron, Pre-Business, Delta Tau Delta. EUNICE FREITAG, Aberdeen, Pre-Dentistry. ANNE FULLER, Sioux Falls, Journalism, Kappa Alpha Theta. JAMES GARRICK, Webster, Pre-Medicine, Alpha Tau Omega, Debate. WARDELL GIEDT, Bowdle, Pre-Business, Young Democrats, Independent Students Association. JANET GILLETTE, Mitchell, Pre-Business, Kappo Phi, Wesley Club. BRUCE GILMER, Howard Lake, Minn., Business-Law. JOHN GRAFF, Clark, Sociology, University Choir, Speech Club, Dramatics. COZETTE GRANGAARD, Wakondo, Elementary Education, Chi Omega, University Choir, Lutheran Students Association, Dramatics. ROBERT GRAVES, Sibley, la., Music Education, Band, University Choir. DUAINE GREENHAGEN, Howard Lake, Minn., Physical Education, Independent Students Association, Football. MARY ELLEN GREGG, White River, Accounting, Newman Club, Pep Club, Women ' s Athletic Association. DUANE GRIMME, Tyndall, Radio, Speech Club. ANTHONY HAAN, Watertown, Pre-Business. CHARLES HAGEN, Hot Springs, Pre- Medicine, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Wesley Club, Band. CLYDE HALIG, Milbonk, Marketing. BOB HALL, Madison, Business-Law, Beta Theta Pi. MARLAS HAMMOND, Hawarden, la.. Elementary Education, Kappa Phi, Twirler. DAVID HAMRO, Carthage, Radio-Speech, Lambda Chi Alpha. Jrej tmeh CATHERINE HANSEN, South Sioux City, Nebr., Education, Chi Omego, Coyote, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. DONALD HANSEN, Red- field, Generol, Beto Theta Pi. DONNA HANSEN, Ropid City, Sociology, Pi Beta Phi, Pep Club, Young Republicans, Orchestra. EVONNE HANSEN, Beresford, Secretarial Training, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. DAYTON HANSON, Watertown, Pre Business. ROGER HANSON, Canistota, Business-Law, Independent Students Association, Young Republicans. MILLY HARRIS, Canton, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Lutheran Students Association, Volante, Coyote, Rifle Club, Young Republicans, Speech Club, Pep Club. BURTON HEATH, Vivian, Business-Law, Lambda Chi Alpha. LEANNE HECK, Pierre. General, Alpha Phi, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi. LEROY HEDIN, Centemlle, General Business. ROBERTA HEISE, Jewell, la., Pre-Medicine, Chi Omega, Coyotoi DONLEY HERRON, Carthage, Education. MARILYNN HILL, Sioux Falls, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Young Republicans, Rifle Club, Coyote, Pep Club. KAREN HILTON, Vivion, Sociology, Alpha Xi Delta. GLORIA HOFFINE, Mission, Government, Chi Omega, Speech Club, Canterbury Club, Rifle Club. MARVIN HOLEC, Tyndoll, Business Administration, Pershing Rifles. PETER HOLLEMAN, Ropid City, Pre-Medicine, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ELDON HOVELSRUD, Martin, Government. JIM HOUTZ, Sioux City, la.. Physical Education, Football, Basketball. LOIS HUETSON, Vermillion, Journalism, Coyote, Volante, Roger Williams Club. LORRAINE HULTGREN, Vermillion, Business Education, Pi Beta Phi, Toastmistress Club, Lutheron Students Association, Young Democrats. DEAN HYDE, Wagner, Applied Science, Pershing Rifles. PEARL HYDE, Custer, Secretarial Training. RON JENSEN, Wessington Springs, Government, Young Republicans, Speech Club, Independent Student Association. JOYCE JETTER, Kodoko, Music, Alpho Xi Delta, Band, University Choir. ELLIS JOHNS, Menno, Pre-Business. DANIEL JOHNSON, Sioux Falls, Pre Medicine, Alpho Tau Omego, Sigma Theta Epsilon. DUANE JOHNSON, Lake Andes, Pre-Medicine. Pershing Rifles. v) sb ty It , 88 JreAtneh JACK JOHNSON, Beresford, Pre-Business. CAROL JONES, Yankton, General, Alpha Xi Delta. DONALD JORGENSEN, Jefferson, Geology. DONALD KASAK, Sioux Falls, Engineering, Engineering Club. ANNA KAWELL, Sioux City, la.. Nursing, Alpha Xi Delta. DELBERT KEITH, Flandreau, Music Education, Theta Xi, Pershing Rifles, Band, Young Republicans. MARJORIE KILLIAN, Milbank, Sec- retarial Training, Alpha Xi Delta. DAN KIRKHAM, Rapid City, Pre-Medicine, Beta Theta Pi. LAURIN KIRLEY, Ft. Pierre, Social Work, Alpha Phi, Wesley Club, Kappa Phi. JERAULD KLUCKMAN, Mound City, General. ROBERT KLUDT, Tripp, Pre-Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Political Science League, Young Republicans. THOMAS KNUTSON, Sioux Falls, Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega, Band. MARK KOENIG, Mitchell, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HOWARD KOTH, Veblen, Pre-Business, Lambda Chi Alpha. NOEL KRAGNESS, Sioux City, la.. Applied Science. FRANKLYN KROGMAN, White River, General, Phi Delta Theta, Newman Club. MARLIN KRUSE, Alpena, Mathematics. IRWIN KUSKE, Britton, Business-Law, Alpha Tau Omega. RAY KUSLER, Herreid, General. MARY LAMBERT, Sioux City, la.. Elementary Education. MARY RUTH LANG, Vermillion, General, Pi Beta Phi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. ALAN LANGE, Wecota, Geology, Football. ROBERT LARIMER, Burke, Pre-Medicine, Newman Club, Basketball, Track. JEWELL LAR- SEN, Lake Preston, Physical Education. GARY LARSON, Sioux City, la., Geology, Independent Students Association. DENNIS LAR- SON, Vermillion, Social Work, Wesley Club, Sigma Theta Epsilon. NONA LARSON, Watertown, Medical Technology, Alpha Phi. VALERIE LARSON, Frederick, Nursing, Independent Students Association, Lutheran Students Association. ft 9 £ £ 89 JreAhtneH FRANK LAUTENSCHLAGER, Wotertown, Educotion, Delto Tau Delta. THOMAS LAW, Gary, Pre-Medicine. OLIVE LEE, Rapid City, Radio, Kappa Phi. LEROY LENTZ, Wotertown, Pre Business. PHILIP LINOAU, Howard Lake, Minn., Business-Law, Alpha Tau Omega, University Choir, Basketball. JULIAN LINDER, Brookings, Government. JOAN LINDERMAN, Vermillion, Business Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. WALTER LINDERMAN, Herreid, Pre-Business. BUD LITSCHEWSKI, Spearfish, Pre-Low, Independent Students Association. JANICE LLOYD, Vermillion, Elementary Education, Chi Omega, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Coyote. CRAIG LOE, Hudson, Mathematics, Theta Xi, Band, Orchestra, University Choir. WAYNE LOON, Kimball, Physical Education, Independent Students Association. DONNA LUECK, Denison, lo., Nursing, Cheerleader, Gammo Delta, Women ' s Athletic Association, Pep Club. JOHN MADIGAN, Mitchell, Govern- ment. BARBARA MANN, Clark, Nursing, Kappa Alpha Theto, Band, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. KAY McCAHREN, Sioux Falls, Sociol Work, Pi Beta Phi. DONALD McDOUGALL, LeMors, lo., Pre-Business. ARDIS McELWAIN, Yankton, Business Education, Alpha Phi, Band. JOYCE McFARLAND, Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Pi Beta Phi, Pep Club, Young Republicans, Wesley Club, Rifle Club, Coyote. MARY McLAUGHLIN, Sioux Falls, Medical Technology. MARY ANN McMURPHY, Sioux City, la.. Nursing, Alpha Xi Delta. MAXINE MELCHER, Plotte, Pre-Law, Independent Students Association, Band. ROBERT MESSLER, Vermillion, Pre-Engineering, Beta Theto Pi. PAT MICKELSON, Sioux Falls, Elementary Education, Alpha Phi, University Choir, Wesley Club. ROGER MICKE LSON, Sioux Falls, Pre-Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CHARLES MILLER, Custer, Pre-Dentistry, Delta Tau Delta, Newman Club, Dramatics. ROBERT MILLER, Bowdle, Pre-Medicine. CLYDE MOEN, Dell Rapids, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega. £f !L£ 90 JreAkmen HAROLD MOMSEN, Everly, la., General. SHARON MOREEN, Sioux Falls, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Young " Republicans, Rifle Club, Pep Club, Canterbury Club. BOB MURRAY, Yankton, Pre-Business, Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT MUSEKAMP, Lead, Geology. CAROLYN MUSOLF, Huron, Interior Decorating. BARBARA MYERS, Rapid City, General, Pep Club. CARL NELSON, Beresford, Radio, Alpha Tau Omega. DUANE NEWSTROM, Vienna, Business Administration. CLAYTON OFSTAD, Beresford, Education. ARDITH OLIVER, Whiting, la.. Business Education, Alpha Xi Delta. CHARLOTTE OLSON, Vermillion, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Speech Club, Pilgrim Westminster Fellow- ship, Toastmistress Club, Band. CAROLE OPBROEK, Bonesteel, Music Education, Independent Students Association, Newman Club, Music Educators National Conference. KAY OTTEN, Sioux Falls, Secretarial Training, Kappa Alpha Theta, Toastmistress Club, KUSD. JOYCE OURSLAND, Wakonda, Elementary Education, Independent Students Association, Lutheran Students Association, Young Democrats. DENNIS PADRNOS, Lake Andes, Pre-Medicine, Beta Theta Pi, Newman Club. RUTH PARTLO, Rapid City, Music Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Band, Orchestra. FAY PECK, Sioux City, la.. General Business, Beta Theta Pi. LOIS PELANOWSKI, Lake Andes, Voice. LAWRENCE PERRY, Rapid City, Social Work, Pershing Rifles, University Social Committee, Independent Students Association. DELBERT PETTY, Hot Springs, Accounting. JACK PHILLIPS, Sioux Falls, General Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Football. LEONARD PIER, Rapid City, Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Band. WILLIAM PIER, Avon, Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. JULIE PLATT, Rapid City, English-Journalism, Chi Omega, Coyote, Dolphins. MARGE POLENZ, Milwaukee, Wise., Social Work, Kappa Alpha Theta, Cheerleader, Young Republicans, Toastmistress Club. MAURICE POPPEN, Madison, Business-Law, Beta Theta Pi. JEANNE RADEMACHER, Garretson, General, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, Lutheran Students Association, Rifle Club, Pep Club, Coyote. BETTY RADIGAN, Vermillion, Secretarial Training. JreAineh BURDETTE RAMSELL, Vermillion, Applied Science. KENNETH RASKE, Highmore, Applied Science, Engineering Club. FLOYD RATH- BURN, Green Bay, Wise, Physical Education, Football. DERALD READE, Canton, Pre-Medicine. JEANNIE REDFIELD, Sioux Falls, Gen- eral, Kappa Alpha Thefo, Wesley Club. KLEO REED, Ropid City, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi, Home Economics Club, Young Repub- licans, Rifle Club. JANET REES, Spencer, la.. Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi, Young Republicans. ROSE REUTTER, White River, Mothemotics. THOMAS RICH, Sioux Falls, Business-Law, Beta Theta Pi. GARY RICHARDS, Belle Fourche, Government-Low, Phi Delta Theta. HAROLD RICHARDSON, Downers Grove, III., Pre-Medicine, Alpha Tou Omego, Pershing Rifles. DARLEEN RICHERT, Freeman, Nursing, Alpha Xi Delta, Student Christian Association, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Young Republicans. JAMES RIEMANN, Sioux Foils, Accounting, Delta Tau Delta, Bond. MILTON RUSE, Sioux Falls, Business Administration, Speech Club, Young Republicans. KEETA RISSER, Rapid City, Speech, Alpha Phi, Speech Club. LILA RISTY, Brandon, Elementory Education, Bond, Coyote. WILLIAM ROBERTSON, Mitchell, Pre-Medicine, Beto Theta Pi. MARGE ROGERS, Yankton, Speech Correction, Alpha Phi, University Choir, Band, Speech Club. LOIS ROSSOW, Sioux Falls, Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volonte. SHIRLEY ROTH, Parkston, Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Lutheran Students Association, Band. ROBERT RUDDY, Aberdeen, Government, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, New- man Club. ROBERT SACRE, Sioux Falls, Pre- Dentistry, Beta Theta Pi. ANNETTE SALMON, Lead, Business Administration, Lutheran Students Asso- ciation, Speech Club. WAYNE SAMPSON, Vermillion, Applied Science. FRANCES SAND, Elk Point, Elementary Education. DOLORES SCHAFFER, Elkton, Nursing, Alpha Xi Delta, Gamma Delta, Pep Club. JANE SCHEURENBRAND, Armour, Elementary Educotion, Pi Beta Phi. JAMES SCHEURENBRAND, Armour, Pre-Business, Phi Delto Theta. SL ii H $ 92 Jrej t)tteit ANN SCHILTZ, Mitchell, Secretarial Training, Pi Beta Phi. CAROLYN SCHLOSSER, Clarendon Hills, III., Advertising Art, Pep Club. MARVIN SCHMIDT, Everly, la.. Applied Science. RUSS SCHOENEWE, Everly, la., Business, Lambda Chi Alpha. MARY ANN SCHU- MACHER, Huron, Medical Technology. WILLIE SEIBEL, Herreid, Physical Education, Football. DOROTHY SEILER, Vermillion, Elemen- tary Education, Young Democrats, Newman Club. JAMES SENFTNER, Herreid, Physical Education. KAY SHAMA, Deadwood, Secretarial Training, Kappa Alpha Theta. LOIS SHEDD, Elk Point, Secretarial Training, Alpha Phi. JAMES SHEPPARD, Pierre, Business-Law, Beta Theta Pi. GLADYS SLAGLE, Meckling, Elementary Education. JANET SLOAN, Aberdeen, General, Alpha Phi. JOHN SMILEY, Deadwood, Pre Medicine, Phi Delta Theta. DONALD SNOOZY, Centerville, Business, Phi Delta Theta. DIANNE SNYDER, Belle Fourche, Dramatic Art, Pi Beta Phi, Young Re- publicans, Dramatics. JOHN SNYDER, Langford, Pre-Medicine. SANDRA SONA, Sioux Falls, Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Cheer- leader, Young Republicans, Rifle Club, Canterbury Club. SONDRA STAHLY, Vermillion, Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Wesley Club. JOHN STENGEL, Milbank, Business Administration, Wesley Club, Sigma Theta Epsilon, University Choir. WILLIAM STEVENS, Rapid City, Business Administration, Delta Tou Delta. JACK STEWART, Aberdeen, Physical Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Wesley Club. PATRICIA STILES, Winner, Physical Education. MYRON STOEBNER, Tripp, Pre-Medicine, Alpha Tau Omega, Young Republicans, Political Science League. HELEN STUBEN, Madison, Wise, Advertising Art, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, Newman Club. HARVEY SUMNER, Watertown, Business Administration. JEAN SWAB, Huron, Journalism, Pi Beta Phi, Majorette, Volante, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. COURTLAND SWENSON, Alcester, Pre- Medicine, Lambda Chi Alpha. 1 a W WA JreJktneh GLORIA TAGTOW, Reliance, Education. LAWRENCE THOMPSON, Relionce, Physical Education, Phi Delta Theta, Football, Track. MARTHA THOMSON, Centerville, Elementary Educotion, Kappa Alpha Theta. KAREN THORESON, Clark, Pre-Business, Pi Beta Phi, Koppo Phi. ROBERT THORNTON, Monroe, N. C, Psychology. CRAIG TISHER, Yonkton, Pre-Medicine, Delto Tau Delta, Band. ROY TUTSCH, Heclo, Physical Education, Footboll. PATRICIA UFFORD, Vermillion, Secretarial Training, Chi Omego, Wesley Club, Coyote. DON VAN VELDHUIZEN, Sioux Foils, Pre- Medicine, Phi Delta Theta, Roge r Williams Club, Ritle Team. RONALD VEENKER, Sioux Falls, Business, Delta Tou Delta, Band. NEWaL WALTER, Sioux Falls, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. EARL WEIDNER, Bonesteel, Pre- Dentistry. DONALD YOUNG, Alcester, Applied Science, Independent Students Association. Q © 94 J 4_ .1 « f ■ , _ L——-m- ' IS K P- • (ftaduateJ CHARLES BASSETT, Aberdeen, English, Beta Theta Pi, Interfraternity Council, Student Senate, Volante, Strollers, Dakota Day Publicity Chairman. DANIEL GRACE, Vermillion, Bacteriology. CAROL HOFFER, Vermillion, Mathematics, Chi Omega, Phi Beta Kappa. ALLYN LOCKNER, Wessington, Economics, Lutheran Students Association. OSCAR LOE, Hudson, Music Education, Theta Xi, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Eta Sigma. EUGENE MARSO, Huron, Bacteriology, Theta Xi. GORDON MARTELLE. Pierce. Nebr., English. JOHN PATCH, Vermillion, Education. JULIE RAUK, Vermillion, Psychology, Psychology Colloquium. VIRGIL STERLING, Madison, Psychology. ALLAN STURGES, Mitchell. Education, Phi Delta Kappa, Chemistry Club. HAROLD VISSER, Baltic, Education, Independent Students Asso- ciation, Phi Delta Kappa. 96 • • rV mnzu " s • r , A- -■ £ ' SuMneAA BEN BLUMENTHAL, Rapid City, Marketing. Delta Tau Delta, Marketing Club, Strollers, Interfraternity Council, Business Manager of Coyote, Young Democrats, Association of Business Students. RICHARD BOTTOLFSON, Vermillion, General Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Sigma Pi, Band. EDWARD BURIAN, Kimball, General Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Newman Club, Marketing Club, Young Republicans. CHARLES BURNS, Flandreau, Accounting, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Newman Club. HUGH CATON, Newell, General Business. MARY CHAUSSEE, Elk Point, Secretarial Training, Alpha Phi, Newman Club. RICHARD CHAUSSEE, Vermillion, General Business, Phi Delta Theta, Strollers, Coyote, Interfraternity Council, Scabbard and Blade, Vice-president of Student Body. WILLIAM CONLY, Sioux City, la., General Business, Delta Sigma Pi, Marketing Club. LYLE COONRADT, Madison, Business Administration, Marketing Club, Lutheran Students Association, Association of Business Students. CHARLES COUREY, Lennox, Business Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Newman Club, Phi Delta Kappa. SAM COUREY, Lennox, Accounting, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi. ROBERT CRAMPTON, Sioux Falls, Marketing, Phi Delta Theta, Newman Club, Marketing Club, Young Republicans, Political Science League, Association of Business Students. GERALD CROSBY, Sioux Falls, Economics, Association of Business Students, Marketing Club, Rifle Club. RAY CROWLEY, Lennox, General Business. DOROTHY DYER, Willow Lake, Marketing, Alpha Xi Delta, Rifle Club. Marketing Club, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. RICHARD ERICKSON, Sioux Falls, Marketing, Delta Tau Delta, Marketing Club, Association of Business Students. JOHN HARVIE, Riverside, III., Accounting, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi. Marketing Club. MARILYN HOBBS, Yankton. Accounting, Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Senate, Association of Business Students, Mortar Board, Coyote. 98 WILLARD HODGES. Erwin, General Business, Beta Theta Pi, Interfraternity Council. JOHN HULSE, Sioux Falls, General Business, Delta Tau Delta, Scabbard and Blade, Football. FRANK HYJEK, Sioux City, la., General Bus- iness, Beta Theta Pi. LUTHER IHLE, Beresford, General Business, Gamma Delta, Student Senate. KENNETH JONES, Gettysburg, General Business, Beta Theta Pi. ROY JURGENSEN, Sioux Falls, Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Dakotans. WILLIAM L. KENNEDY, Storm Lake, la., General Business, Phi Delta Theta, Football, Basketball, Track. DALE KIRCHENBAUER, Deadwood, General Business, Delta Tau Delta. MARTIN KLOCK, Sioux Falls, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega, Interfraternity Council, Roger Williams Club, Student Publications Board. LARRY KRACHT, De Smet, General Business, Delta Tau Delta, Band, Marketing Club. BETTY LAWVER, Platte, Business Education, Kappa Phi, Pi Omega Pi, Wesley Club, Dramatics. STEVE LeFEVRE, Brookings, General Business, Delta Tau Delta, Interfraternity Council, Marketing Club. LARRY MANN, Lennox, Accounting. JIM MIDDLETON, Watertown, Accounting, Delta Tau Delta, American Marketing Association, Union Board of Control, Young Democrats, Association of Business Students. FRANCES MIILLER, Ethan, Business Education, Newman Club, Pi Omega Pi. CHARLES MUSSLER. Sioux Falls, General Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, President of Association of Business Students, Marketing Club, Delta Sigma Pi, Inter- fraternity Council. WESLEY NELSON, Sioux Falls, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega, Roger Williams Club, Student Christian Association. BERNARD NYGAARD, Beresford, General Business, Independent Students Association, Student Senate, Marketing Club, Young Republicans, Association of Business Students. £eHfor SuA ' meM £ehiw RuMneAA CHOLICE PIER, Avon, Business Education, Alpha Phi, Zeta Phi E+a, Association of Business Students, Pilgrim West- minster Fellowship. JIM RATH, Leola, General Business, Phi Delta Theta, Basketball, Lettermans Club, Scabbard and Blade. HARVEY SCHNAIBLE, Java, Accounting, Lutheran Students Association, University Religious Coun- cil, Religious Emphasis Week. DONALD STEILEN, Alexandria, Accounting. JOHN TURNER, Sioux Falls, Market- ing, Delta Tau Delta, Marketing Club. GORDON VICKERY, Sioux City, la., General Business, Roger Williams Club. JAMES WARING, Vermillion, General Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. FRED WEMMER- ING, Holabird, Marketing, Alpha Tau Omega, Marketing Club, Pershing Rifles, Track, Rifle Club. 100 TOM ALWAY, Aberdeen, Accounting, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RAYMOND AMAN, Hosmer, Marketing, Young Republicans, Marketing Club. DELYLE BALTZER, Scotland, Marketing, Band, Delta Sigma Pi. DEAN BELBAS, Sioux Falls, General Business, Beta Theta Pi, Volante Editor, President of Stu- dent Publications Board, Blast, Business Students Association, Marketing Club, Student Senate. RONALD BERNARD, Elk Point, Business-Law, Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Newman Club, Band, Volante, Strollers. JULIE BODE, Rapid City, Accounting, Chi Omega, Blast, Bus- iness Students Association, Marketing Club, As- sociation of Women Students, Roger Williams Club. JEROME BUKACEK, Reliance, Business-Industrial Management. JIM CARNAHAN, Sutherland, la., Marketing, Theta Xi, Delta Sigma Pi, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Marketing Club, Wesley Club, Speech Club, Young Republicans, Political Science League, Coyote, Volante, Student Chris- tian Association, Religious Emphasis Week. THOMAS CHANDLER. Wickliffe, Ky., Market- ing, Independent Students Association, Young Democrats, Business Students Association, Marketing Club. LEON CHASE, Pukwana, Accounting. RICHARD CLAPHAM, Edgemont, Marketing. RICHARD ELLISON, Sioux Falls, General Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RONALD FOSTER, Winner, General Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DONALD FRAZEE, Pierre, Business-Law. LARRY FRIE, Brookings, Market- ing, Delta Tau Delta, Marketing Club, Univer- sity Choir. LEROY GULLICKSON, Lake Preston, Account- ing, Phi Delta Theta, University Social Com- mittee, Business Students Association, Lutheran Students Association, Coyote. VERNON HALL, Rapid City, Business-Industrial Management, In- dependent Students Association, Business Stu- dents Association, Engineering Club. GEORGE HARDEN, Vermillion, General Business. BERDYNE HARRIS, Mobridge. Business Educa- tion, Kappa Alpha Theta, KUSD, Coyote, Pil- grim Westminster Fellowship, Young Republicans. EUGENE HARIG, Vermillion, General Business. JERRY HOUCK, Gettysburg, General Business. Juhiw SuAiweAA 101 102 CHAD HOYME, Sioux Falls, Business-Law, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DEAN HUTTON, Sioux Falls, Business-Industrial Management, Beta Theta Pi, Assistant Business Manager of Volante. ANN JASTRAM, Sioux Falls, Business Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Student Senate, Gamma Delta, Volante, Student Recruitment. DARRELL JOHNSON, Marcus, la., Accounting, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Business Students Association. JANICE JORGENSEN, Irene, Business Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Guidon, University Choir, Secretary of Student Associa- tion, Student Recruitment. NICK JUNGE, Sioux Falls, Business-Law, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Young Republicans. RUBEN KELLER, Tripp, Business-Law. JACK KURTZ, Flandreau, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega. TOM LEMONDS, Sioux Falls, Business- Law, Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERT LONG, Mission Hill, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega, Young Republicans, Lutheran Stu- dents Association. JOE LUNDSGAARD, Chero- kee, la., General Business, Football. JERRY LYNASS, Winner, Accounting, Delta Tau Delta, Newman Club. ORVAL MARKUS, Corsica, Accounting, Bus- iness Students Association. JAMES McFAR- LANE, Plankinton, General Business. BERNARD MEGARD, Sherman, Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega, Lutheran Students Association. JERRY MOEN, Sioux Falls, General Business, Delta Tau Delta, Dakota Day Committee. JAMES MUNDT, Mobridge, Business-Law, Lambda Chi Alpha. STANLEY MYDLAND, Larchwood, la., Accounting, Lutheran Students Association, In- dependent Students Association. WELMON NELSON, Ida Grove, la., Business- Law, Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT OLESEN, Rapid City, Marketing, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Marketing Club, Coyote. GEORGE OSBORN, Vermillion, Accounting, Delta Sigma Pi. Juhfw KuAineM RUBEN OTTENBACHER, Eureka, Accounting, Phi Delta Theta. JOHN POWELL, Pierre, Bus- iness-Law. RICHARD RAUSCH, Watertown, Accounting, Gamma Delta, Delta Sigma Pi, Bus- iness Students Association. GEORGE REINSCHMIDT, Yale, Accounting, Gamma Delta, University Religious Council, Delta Sigma Pi, Business Students Association. JAMES SAMUELSON, Platte, Marketing, Delta Sigma Pi, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. FRANCISCO SAN NICOLAS, Yigo, Guam, Marketing, New- man Club, Marketing Club, Business Students Association. ARTHUR SCHLAIKJER, Newcastle, Wyo., Gen- eral Business, Phi Delta Theta, Track. CHARLES SEARL, Humboldt, General Business, Beta Theta Pi. DONALD SELBERG, Rapid City, General Business, Delta Tau Delta, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship. DOUGLAS SELBERG, Rapid City, General Bus- iness, Delta Tau Delta, Pilgrim Westminster Fel- lowship, Business Students Association. MELVIN SIMON, Hoven, Newman Club, Delta Sigma Pi. BOYD TAYLOR, Sioux City. ' la., Accounting. LEROY TROSKE, Turton, Marketing. MARY JO VANDEN BERGE, Vermillion, Accounting, Kappa Alpha Theta, Volante, Newman Club. RALPH VOHS, Mason City, la., Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega. JAMES WARTENHORST, Sioux Falls, Business- Law, Business Students Association. KENNETH WICKS, Dell Rapids, Accounting. JOHN WICK- STROM, Edgemont, Accounting. LORENCE WITTMAYER, Eureka, Accounting, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Marketing Club. ROBERT WUERTZ, Davis, General Business, Delta Sigma Pi. LYLE WURTZ, Tyndall, Accounting. JuHtCf (ZuMMAA 103 Proposed SuMmAA MiMltNtthn Suitdty . + a. •• The above is an architect ' s drawing of the proposed School of Business building prepared by McWayne McLaughlin under the direction of Dean W. Loucks, State Engineer. The building will provide more adequate facilities for students enrolled in Business School courses. 104 ■Mlllill M I • ' ■ : n 1« I ■ :! ! II I I , ( 1 1 1 £eniw £au ROGER BOTTUM, Wessington, Toastmasters Club. Phi Delta Phi. R. JAMES BRENNAN, Butte, Nebr., Phi Delta Phi, Toastmasters Club. JOHN DEWELL, Pierre, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Young Republicans. PEDER K. ECKER, Vermillion, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Delta Phi. Toastmasters Club. WILL HURLEY, Sioux Falls, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Delta Phi. BOYD LEEDOM, Pierre. THOMAS LEHNERT, Howard, Phi Delta Phi, Toastmasters Club. NICOLAS OSTROWSKI, Clark. Delta Theta Phi, Young Republicans, Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship, Law Student Association. 106 WILLIAM ANDERSON, Deadwood. Delta Tau Delta. ROBERT BERRY, McLaughlin, Lambda Chi Alpha, Young Republicans, Pilgrim West- minster Fellowship. WILLIAM COACHER, Chamberlain, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Toastmasters Club, Young Repub- licans, Speech Club. JEROME GREWE, Clark. DONALD HECK, Vermillion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Delta Phi. CURT HOPKINS, Huron, Delta Tau Delta. Phi Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Toast- masters Club. ROBERT HOUCK, Gettysburg, Beta Theta Pi. BURTON McDONALD, Chamberlain, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Theta Pi. DAVID MORRILL, Stur- gis, Theta Xi, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Tau Kappa Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Speech Club, Young Re- publicans, Wesley Club. ROBERT SCHIAGER, Sioux Falls, Delta Theta Phi, Toastmasters Club. JOHN SEARLE, Rock Island, III., Independent Students Association, De- bate Board of Control, Speech Club, Young Republicans, Law Student Association. SAM SECHSER, Sioux Falls, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Delta Phi, Volante Editor, Blast, Student Senate, Publications Board, Young Republicans, Political Science League. JERRY SIMMONS, Sioux Falls, Alpha Tau Omega, President of Young Republicans, Scab- bard and Blade, Toastmasters Club. DEAN SUM- NER, Watertown, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Union Board of Control, Toastmasters Club. ROBERT TSCHETTER, Yankton. RUBEN WIDMAYER, Vermillion, Phi Delta Phi. R. JAMES ZIESER, Tyndall, Alpha Tau Omega, Newman Club. Juhicf f,au taftfe 107 JreJkfliah iau WILLIAM BRADY, Custer, Student Senate, Toastmosters Club. RICHARD CHILSON, Sioux City, la., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES COMBELLICK, Gettysburg. WALLACE DOW, Sioux Falls, Derto Sigmo Pi. CHARLES ERICKSON, Montrose. MARSHALL GERKEN, Plankinton. JOHN KAYE, Mitchell. JOHN KELLER, Huron, Delta Tau Delta. HOWARD KUNSTLE, Gettysburg, Beta Theta Pi. JOHN SATTER, Sioux City, la., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Political Science League, University Choir, Editor of Student Directory. NORMAN TORRISON, Vermillion, Beta Theta Pi. 108 £cpkwwe tfledicme BRUCE ALLEN, Huron, Beto Theto Pi, Strollers. DeVERYL ARNOLD, Sioux Foils, Phi Era Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Student American Medical Association. ROBERT BAIRD, Belle Fourche, Student American Medical Association. THEODORE BAIRD, Belle Fourche, Student American Medical Association. J. DAVID BERNARD, Elk Point, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Student American Medical Association. GEORGE CARSTENS, Mitchell, Beto Theta Pi. GAIUS CLARK, Lead. STEPHEN FLYNN, Coronado, Calif., Newman Club. HAROLD FROMM, Clear Lake. CHARLES GEPPERT, Vermillion, Beta Theta Pi, Student American Medical Association. RICHARD HOCKETT, Rapid City, Delta Tau Delta, Student American Medical Association. GENE HORRELL, Vermillion, Beta Theta Pi. PAUL JENSEN, Arlington, Lambda Chi Alpha, Student American Medical Association. CHARLES JOHNSON, Onida. JOHN LLOYD, Vermillion. ROBERT MONROE, Aberdeen, Student Americon Medical Association. ROBERT OURSLAND, Wakonda, Luth- eran Students Association, Student American Medical Association. CHARLES ROACH, Austin, Minn., Beta Theta Pi. DUANE RUBBERT, Fargo, N. Dak., Student American Medical Association. DONALD SCHAFFER, Chicago, III., Student American Medical Association. ARTHUR SCHANCHE, Ames, la.. Delta Tau Delta, Strollers. MAURICE SHERMAN, Brooklyn, N. Y., Student American Medical Association. ALAN SHUMACHER, Chicago, III., Student American Medical Association. THOMAS THOMASON, Antioch, Calif., Student American Medical Association. JACK TITMARSH, Vermillion. rs cj O y ,- ' « T| T f».) %f JreAtnatt Medicine COURTNEY ANDERSON, Sioux Falls, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Dakotans, Student American Medical Association. DONALD BALTZER, Scotland, Student American Medical Association. MARVIN BEIL, Nice, Calif., Delta Tau Delta, Student American Medical Association. JAMES BERTSCH, Conde, Student American Medical Association. EDWARD BIEVER, Hot Springs, Student American Medical Association. BILL BRYANT, Canton, Delta Tau Delta, Student American Medical Association. ROGER CHRISTENSEN, Sioux Falls, Delta Tau Delta, Student American Medical Association. DENIS CUKA, Wagner, Newman Club, Student American Medical Association. TERRY DYNES, Huron, Beta Theta Pi. CHARLES FER- GUSON, Igloo, Student American Medical Association. JAMES JACKSON, Sioux City, la. ROGER KLEIN, Hoven, Student American Medical Association, Newman Club. RICHARD LANGE, Letcher, Student American Medical Association. BRUCE LUSHBOUGH, Sturgis, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Theta Epsilon. WILLIAM MARBLE, Flandreau, Student American Medical Association. PAUL NOLL, Aberdeen, Student American Medical Association, Newman Club. DICK PADRNOS, Lake Andes, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Newman Club, Student American Medical Association. PARKER POWELL, Sioux Falls, Delta Tau Delta, Student American Medical Association. CLEON SCHULTZ, Doland, Student American Medical Association. WILLIAM SCHUMACHER, Doland, Wesley Club, Student American Medical Association. IRWIN SCLAR, Brook- ings, Student American Medical Association. WILLIAM TAMMEN, Emery, Student American Medical Association. ROBERT WEXLER, Vermillion, Student American Medical Associa- tion. MARVIN WINGERT, Canistota, Newman Club, Student American Medical Association. fym 2 t in I . w acnes a CaJt Hall Housemother Mrs. Click chats with Lois Creamer and Mary Ann Coyne, counselors, and Lorraine Duffy, president. 14 pt pq f y VPWWtff " Wf f 4 s BACK ROW: Marilyn Frandsen, Keeta Risser, Evonne Hansen, Nancy Conway, Janet Gillette, Sandra Eyres, Julie Piatt, Valerie Larson, Mary Lambert, Delores Schaffer, Mary Ann Bertrand, Shirley Wendt, Margie Killion, Jean Harder, LuAnne Johnson. THIRD ROW: Gloria Tagtow, Ruby Peterson, Phyllis Dornbusch, Barbara Duerre, Betty McMahan, Jewell Larson, Olive Lee, Juanita Matthews, Shirley Burke, Suzanne Dannenbring, Mary Anderson, Sylvia Adams, Sharon Dolan, Cozette Grangaard, Martha Thomson, Ruth Partlo. SECOND ROW: Annette Salmon, Lila Risty, Mary Gregg, Donna Lueck, Lois Creamer, Mrs. Click, Lorraine Duffy, Mary Ann Coyne, Carol Ellison, Margie Anderson, Catherine Hansen, Roberta Heise. FIRST ROW: Connie Jo Bergquist, Pearl Hyde, Bobbie Albrecht, Ann Schiltz, Janet Sloan, Maylou Renne, Martha Adams, Billie Travis, Connie Batie, Karen Thoreson. 115 hakcta Hall Gail Abbott, president of Dakota Hall, assists Mrs. Genevieve Ziegler, Housemother. AMI f » t t; i t t f s f t t t i BACK ROW: Colleen Dooley, Hazel Jensen, Rose Reutter, Verla Attig, Barbara Krumm, Margaret Starzl, Pat Mickelson, Nona Larson, Laurin Kirley, Marilyn Berry, Anne Cover, Carol Jones, Betty McFarland. THIRD ROW: Ardith Oliver, Maurine Fry, Patsy Denlinger, Mary Lou Kearns, Carole Opbrock, Cleo Harrington, Jane Scheuren- brand, Cecilia Gulson, Betty Vilas, Lois Pelanowski, Darleen Richert, Pat Stiles. SECOND ROW: Carol Spear, Mary McLaughlin, Kay Chaussee, Ardis McElwain, Wanda Elshire, Gail Abbott, Cleone Weber, Pat Allen, Marie Bernhofson. FIRST ROW: Mary Giasafakis, Lorraine Bakke, Marian Fischer, Joyce Jetter, Dale Dulany, Pat Prostrollo, Ginette Poulsen, Eunice Freitag. BACK ROW: Darlene Unruh, Jeanne Olson, Emily Jorgensen, Lorraine Fremming, Donna Hansen, Alice Ellison, Jeanne Rademacher, Kleo Reed, Mary McMurphy, Shirley Roth, Marlys Halverson, Frances Drey, Barbara Mann. THIRD ROW: Sandra Sona, Jean Redfield, Milly Harris, Kay McCahren, Jan Rees, Joyce McFarland, Jackie Car- penter, Joyce Anderson, Ann Kawell, Barbara Myers, Sue Brown, Elaine Bryant, Connie Hammitt, Lois Rossow. SECOND ROW: Marge Rogers, Pat Seacat, Myrna Morgan, Marias Hammond, Sharon Moreen, Kay Otten, Pat McElwain, Mary Sullivan, Karen Hilton, Shirley Hanson. FIRST ROW: Joan Vellenga, Helen Hanning, Sharyn Beauregard, Connie Kundert, Kay Shama, Ranae Lehr, Dona Blaseg, Joyce Dorr. ssj ? %y fleteicw Hall Assisting Housemother, Mrs. Flor- ence Bloom, are, left to right: Mary Ann DeLong, Margaret Smithey, Theresa Allard, Joyce Jacobsen, counselors, and Ra- mona Memmer, president. 118 BACK ROW: Joyce Jacobsen, Margaret Montgomery, Velma Norman, Betty Norbeck, Maria Urbanyi, Bernice Cawthorne, Shirley Brown, Patti Hughes, Avis Shottenkirlc, Bobbi Spilde, Kathleen Lang, Janice Winjum, Marian Elshire, Carla Ashman, Susan Matson, Mary Ann DeLonq. THIRD ROW: Janet Fuller, Theresa Allard, Frances Miller, Audene Stoeveken, Ora Hoffman, Leanne Heck, Betty Hinsey, Margaret Miller, Marianne Lowe, Kay Noack, Mary Ann Winans, Virginia Tarver, Linda Foght, Kay Carnahan, Sharon Smebakken, Jeanice Anderson, Ardis Tuttle. SECOND ROW: Myrna Hufendick, Beverly McKay, Jean Stokes, Leah Authier, Barbara Carr, Ramona Memmer, Mrs. Bloom, Pat Booth, Jean Swab, Carolyn Musolf, Clarice Rohla, Helen Feld, Marilyn Waddel. FIRST ROW: Maxine Melcher, Colleen Pederson, Roberta Peterson, Marlys Evans, Margaret Smithey, Shirley Allen, Carolyn Pella, LaVonne Miller, Mary Ann Schumacher, Mary Fennel. 19 Julian Hall Serving as president of Julian Hall is Wynn Gunderson. He is ably assisted by counselors in each section of the dormitory. 120 BACK ROW: Bill Sheldon, D. O. Dillavou, George Gardiner, Harold Richardson, Donald Kasak, Jim Logue, Charles Hagen, Larry Thompson, Bernard Nygaard, Darrell Dinger. SECOND ROW: Jerry Grewe, Bill Engel, Jack Stewart, Ray Vaughn, Vernon Arndt, Carl Nelson, Robert Miller, John Graff, Leroy Gabriel, Marlin Kruse. FIRST ROW: Calvin Campbell, Jerome Martin, Dan Kirkham, Craig Tisher, Don Andrews, Phil Lindau, Donald Duffy, Bruce Gilmer, John Kelly. 121 , ' A, , H " ' .- S BACK ROW: Earl Weidner, Jack Enstrom, Ray Bahde, Glen Carlis, Tom Knutson, Ed Jansen, Richard Rausch, David Jorgenson, Larry Eqgum, Gerald Litchewski, Tom Law. SECOND ROW: Richard Forbes, Roger Nelson, Laurel Mitchell, Jerry Crosby, Darrell Johnson, Melvin Simon, Robert Wuertz, Jack Janis, Ed Bubak, Gary Larson, James Zieser. FIRST ROW: John Hoggatt, Delton Aaslard, John Siswick, Tony Haan, Alan Lange, Willie Seibel, James Sentfner, Ralph Martin, James Houtz, Wesley Broer. BACK ROW: Delbert Eilders, Dick Holmes, Ronnie Jensen, Arlan Barber, Robert Graves, Arthur Loon, Wynn Gunderson, Vernon Fasbender, Charles Miller. FIRST ROW: Wally Boersma, Jack Stengel, Murlyn Bickel, Dick Jacoby, Warren Eisenbraun, Dick Burns, Larry Myrick, Roger Eggen, Kenyon Bixby. + + vs U Alpha Phi A snack before bedtime always tastes good. This sure beats studying! 124 Mrs. Foreman President, Jackie Pier BACK ROW: Lorraine Ihrke, Joyce Anderson, Sue Brown, Marilyn Clark, Joyce Fennel, Barbara Carr, Ginette Poulsen, Dorothy Ballensky, Marianne Lowe, Carol LeDuc, Lorraine Duffy, Velma Norman, Barbara Duerre, Mary Fennel, Betty Norbeck, llene Adamski, Pat Booth. FOURTH ROW: Keeta Risser, Jeanne Olson, Betty Lietzke, Sallee Rippey, Nona Larson, Kay Noack, Sue Dannenbring, Pat Mickelson, Bobbi Spilde, Laurin Kirley, Janice Winjum, Sue Matson, Roxie Smith, Evelyn Schuler, Nila Berry. THIRD ROW: Mary Chaussee, Laura Gutz, Velma Kuchta, DeElda Woodle, Jackie Pier, Lavon Mickelson, Mrs. Foreman, Betty Morrissey, Marilyn Y. Miller, Rheta Elshire, Jane Mumford, Pat Miller, Connie Bergquist. SECOND ROW: Ardis McElwain, Carol Spear, Beverly McKay, Betty Hinsey, Carole Simmons, Janet Sloan, Marlys Evans, Connie Batie, Leanne Heck, Pat Prostrollo, Leah Authier, Sally McLaughlin. FIRST ROW: Marge Rogers, LaVonne Miller, Marian Elshire, Wanda Elshire, Joyce Dorr, Margaret Miller, Pat McElwain, Jeanice Anderson, Marilyn Frandsen, Connie Devers. 125 President, Wally Klock Mrs. Bain BACK ROW: Gary Christensen, Ralph Vohs, Adiel Wahl, Dean Holm, Bill Musolf, Carl White, Jack Kurtenbach, Jim Von Seggern, Tony Buckmeier, Don Duffy, Jerry Le Due, Phil Lindau, Bob Parker. FOURTH ROW: Dave Lowe, Bob Yeado, Creighton Edwards, Pete Selover, Les Duly, Julius Aasen, Bob Long, Max Gruenwald, Jerry Amundson, Tom Lemonds, George Trankle, Rich Gorsuch, Bob Tschetter, Bob Dunn. THIRD ROW: Jim Forrester, Edward Burian, Frank Myers, Bob Corey, Wally Klock, Paul Petersen, Dennis Ochsner, Wes Nelson, Jim Zieser, Jerry Sim- mons. SECOND ROW: Bob Kludt, Myron Stoebner, Tom Knutson, Carl Nelson, Jim Sorenson, Bill Pier, Danny Johnson, Duane Grimme, Dick Ferris, Larry Byrd, Vilas Mayer. FIRST ROW: Darwin Sweeney, John Brandt, Jim Garreck, Ray Dickey, Dennis Bormann, Clyde Moen, Jim Kuske, Bernie Megard. Alpha Jau Ow$a How about a game of pinochle? It ' s time for a jam session. 127 Alpha Ti helta Did the favors come? What ' ll I play now? 128 Mrs. Danforth President, Janice Jorgensen BACK ROW: Carolyn Heise, Roberta Albrecht, Joanne Bruyer, Nancy Conway, Greta Benson, Janet Jorgensen, Darlene Richert, Anne Cover, Carol Jones, Shirley Roth, Marlys Halverson, Dolores Schaffer, Roene Jorgensen. THIRD ROW: Shirley Allen, Joyce Jetter, Betty Vilas, Janet Gillette, Barbara Myers, Karen Hilton, Donna Lueck, Shirley Sorenson, Arlys Jones, Janet Kreutzfeldt, Marge Killion, Mary Ann McMurphy, Myrna Hufendiclc. SECOND ROW: Nancy Morton, Barbara Smith, Carol Reedy, Dorothy Dyer, Carol Stiegelmeyer, Mrs. Danforth, Janice Jorgensen, Donna Harsma, Virgie Williamson, Donna Christensen, Mary Sullivan. FIRST ROW: Mary Gillam, Sandra Stahly, Martha Adams, Beverly Miller, Anna Kawell, Janice Duncan, Marlene Morrow. 129 President, Jack Conway Mrs. Andre BACK ROW: Jack Donahoe, Jack McDermott, David Eiesland, Rodney Egemo, Kenneth Burnham, John Enstrom, Jerry Morrissey, Charles Searl, Welmon Nelson, Bob Roesler, Clark Hyden, Pat Flynn, Don Hansen, Philip Odeen, Dean Belbas, Jack Mahan. FOURTH ROW: James Moeller, Dan Starr, Carl Johnson, Bill Schumacher, Doug Lind, Ross Olson, John Ewing, Richard Luerssen, Ray Bahde, Gaylen Gillette, Bob Murray, Dick Haggerty, Bob Moore, Don Terwilliger. THIRD ROW: Dick Hyde, Bob Clark, Kenneth Jones, Clint Clark, Bob Uecker, Jack Conway, Mrs. Andre, Dick Lynch, Frank Hyjek, Allen Markovetz, Bob Larson, Willard Hodges. SECOND ROW: Roger Beckstrom, Jim Sheppard, Dan Kirkham, Arlo Grass, Fay Peck, Thomas Rich, Bob Sacre, Paul Allen, John Graff, Dennis Padrnos. FIRST ROW: D. O. Dillavou, Wayne Fischer, Bill Sheldon, Arty Olson, Lee French, Bob Messier, Avery Lang, Jim Cooley, John Stelzmiller. Seta Iheta Pi Who ' s winning? I ' d pass on that hand. 131 Chi Owcfa Let ' s make cookies for the Christmas party. Hmmm, what ' s this? I jMJ t( Illl i t t t li 1 J ?$ l » I 1 W 1 Illl ir 132 Mrs. Klock President, Sigrid Anderson BACK ROW: Janice Lloyd, Claire Bowman, Julie Piatt, Marilyn Kolberg, Gloria Knudsen, Catherine Hansen, Donna Steller, Cozette Grangaard. THIRD ROW: Ann Torrison, Marilyn Hobbs, Sigrid Anderson, Mrs. Klock, Joan Bristow, Mary Nelson, Delia Knudsen. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Burton, Pat Ufford, Karen Olsen, JoAnn Jordahl, Maurine Fry, Roberta Heise, Marlene Anderson. FIRST ROW: Jo Kahler, Gloria Hoffine, Julie Bode, Margie Anderson, Eleanor Burton, Janet Hansen. IV- f 1 z ■ + ;V X f. M i f wP m0 | • • ■ w I President, Ben Blumenthal Mrs. Martell BACK ROW: Fred Gellerman, Clayton Kiewel, Rolph Skyberg, Bob Pulscher, Bob Middleton, Bob Enders. Jim Ryan, Roger Scholten, Jim Walters, Jerry Moen, Dick Wold, Wynn Gunderson, Bill Schenecker, Dave Paulson, Tom Veren. FIFTH ROW: Dick Houdek, Leonard Pier, Jim Riemann, Larry Wright, Gary Woodle, Warner Brown, Larry Frie, Dave Anderson, Jim Middleton, Tom German, Tom Howes, Kit Duncan, Jim Dickson, Don Skinner, Ron Hale. FOURTH ROW: Chuck Stadtfeld, Parker Powell, Dick Erickson, Bill Whitmore, John Turner, Clay Smebakken, Jim Osburn, Dwane Watson, Doug Selberg, Bill Bryant, Bob Frieberg, Bob Nason, Jerry Lynass, Chuck Allen, Jerry Olson. THIRD ROW: Bing Duncan, Larry Kracht, Marv Knittel, John Wehde, Ben Blumenthal, Mrs. Martell, Steve LeFevre, Merritt Wiseman, Fritz Kling, Harvey Heckenliable, Gene Jacoby, Ken Noel. SECOND ROW: Willard Powell, Jack Mortrude, Doug Austin, Jack Friese, Bill Arteman, Craig Tisher, Tom Bartholow, Ken McNulty, Charles Miller, Bob Zimmerman, Gene Glazier, Ron Arteman, Don Eberle. FIRST ROW: Ken Trygstad, Warren Eisenbraun, Pat Smith, Bill Stevens, Glen Carlis, Harry Scheele, Jim Fravel, Ron Veenker, Leonard Fridley, Darwin Fletcher, Terry Hutchinson. 134 faelta Tau faelta This theme is due tomorrow. It ' s time for a break. 135 Kappa Alpha Theta You explain it to me. Study table?? 136 Mrs. Ball President, Ann Shaw BACK ROW: Mary Ekman, Barbara Mann, Berdyne Harris, Edice Blue, Marlene Young, Carol Benton, Mary Jane Treganza, Elizabeth Nelson, Betty Holmoe, Marge Frantz, Ann Jastram, Nancy Hoy, Sonja Stewart, Mary Win- ter, Lynette Waltner, Janis Stone, Sharon Smebakken, Eleanor Toft, Janet Rawlings. FOURTH ROW: Joan Vellenga, Jean Redfield, Martha Thomson, Ranae Lehr, Helen Stuben, Jeanne Rademacher, June Woodward, Mary Alice Bollinger, Ruth Partlo, Ann Fuller, Verla Attig, Virginia Tarver, Linda Foght, Dona Blaseg, Kathleen Sunderson, Mary Ann Winans, Mary Joan Vanden Berg. THIRD ROW: Beth Lund, Catherine Quinn, Pat Sather, Janice Nepstad, Ann Louise Shaw, Mrs. Ball, Jackie Hepper, Jean Gilbert, Hallie Morris, Kay Kiel, Claudia Beau- regard, Kay Salem. SECOND ROW: Connie Kundert, Lois Rossow, Kay Shama, Sharyn Beauregard, Connie Ham- mitt, Frances Drey, Kay Otten, Lorraine Fremming, Karen Sather, Lorraine Bakke. FIRST ROW: Janet Gates, Elaine Bryant, Maylou Renne, Ann Hasse, Joan Linderman, Marge Polenz. 137 President, Chuck Mussl ussier Mrs. Otterman BACK ROW: Gene Cam, Skip Swenson, Dick Boccard, George Sealey, Dale Hale, Dale Johannsen. Harry Hauffe, Ray Van Liere, Ronald Campbell, Lewis Shelsta, Dick Paterson, Tom Adams, Jim Gillian. FIFTH ROW: Bob Berry, Gordon Greeny, Tom Aman, Don Rice, Ray Morkve, Jack Freed, Bob DeVinney, Merlyn Karst, Clair Roth, Milton Strawbridge, Don Foster, Jack Wold, Dave Williams, Arlo Sommervold. FOURTH ROW: Bill Knutson, Dennis Alexander, Jim Huntsinger, Walter Bartlett, Charles Mussler, Mrs. Otterman, Warren Johnson, Dick DeBoer, Keith Ufford, Warren Frieberg, Dale Brown. THIRD ROW: Jim Mateicka, Ronald Bernard, Jim Hilton, Ronald Boeding, Darrel Arneson, Bob Haeder, Bud Forbord, Howard Koth, David Hamro, Larry Swick, John Bartlett. SECOND ROW: Russel Schoenewe, Jim Greenwood, Truman Schwartz, Plin Haerter, Doyle Hagg, Donley Her- ron, Clois Smith, Merl Johnson. FIRST ROW: Ralph Bernard, Terry Jenkins, John Van Why, Burton Heath, LeRoy Lambrecht, John Mattson, Wayne Cahill. iaMa Chi filpha Hey, it ' s a quarter of eight! Just checking. S 139 Phi hdta Jketa Stop or I ' ll shoot! 140 c h " J ' ;■. ' ; k . ■ , 1 I . Biis M c - d B « riH rilv H d - ' .: - " ■ " " " i Mrs. Whalen President, Dick Chaussee BACK ROW: Eugene Fick, Jim Scheurenbrand, Pat Feathers, Ronnie Jenkins, Don Van Veldhuizen, Connie Hines, Scott Smith, Bob Crampton, Wayne Sampson, Albert Williams, Don Delzell, Darrold Stoebner, Bob Tyler, Bob Lantis, John Clyde. THIRD ROW: Bill Garnet, Bill Jenkins, Bill Lantis, John Baggaley, Wayne Olson, Otto Kaiser, Pete Cole, Bill Friedhoff Art Schlaikjer, Larry Thompson, Dave Valandry, Gary Richards, Don Snoozy, Don Benson, Marion Clark. SECOND ROW: Chuck Bergland, Ruben Ottenbacher, Doug McKenzie, Harvey Delzer, Robert Hofer, Mrs. Whalen, Dick Chaussee, Dick Kenney, LeRoy Gullickson, Roger Chaussee. FIRST ROW: Franklyn Krogman, Dick Brown, Louie Culkin, Bob Ellis, Gary Carter, Forrest Webb, Bill Kriesel, John Smiley, Dick Flanery. President, Mary McKeon Mrs. Workman BACK ROW: Sylvia Adams, Marilynn Hill, Joyce McFarland, Billie Travis, Pat Ellingson, Helen Krueger, Connie Chaussee, Barbara Reedy, Jan Sona, Jan Weaver, Kay McCahren, Janet Rees, Nancy Taylor, Carolyn Pella, Ruth Fairbanks, Jane Case, Dianne Snyder, Sharon Moreen. THIRD ROW: Sharon Dolan, Dorothy Schroeder, Jackie Carpenter, Jane Scheurenbrand, Lorraine Hultgren, Kleo Reed, Alice Ellison, Karen Thoreson, Grace Van- del, Mary Siekmeier, Mary Lang, Mary Madden, Dee Stoecker, Donna Hansen, Cleo Harrington, Barbara Goodell, Mary Browne. SECOND ROW: Elsie Daniels, Sue Paul, Peg Moore, Marg Clark, Beverly Beatty, Mrs. Workman, Mickey McKeon, Darlene Schroeder, Dee Pfeiffer, Mary Woods, Sharol Amundson, Carol Veitch. FIRST ROW: Marjorie Fairbanks, Jean Swab, Jane Saxton, Janet McLaughlin, Carol Bauer, Dorothy Lind, Sara Noble, Karen Hansen, Sandra Sona, Ann Schiltz, Millie Harris, Charlotte Olson. Qfiftftg trfO«f »«««f«t M • f ft f »ll t»- % w 142 1 Pi Seta Phi May I have the phone next? Christmas time at the Pi Phi house. 143 i £i$tna Alpha CpAilcn Get ready to tune up! Hmm, this looks interesting. 144 Mrs. Douglas President, John Dewell BACK ROW: Dick Bigelow, Brad Strong, Nick Junge, Mike McNerney, Jack Neuroth, John Satter, Jim Rallis, Bill Engel, Al Borgen, Jack White, Bruce Campbell, Dick Burns. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Gardiner, Loran Posey, Ed Pen- nock, Wally Boersma, Jerry DeLoss, Dick Viehweg, Dick Chilson, Addison Slothower, Lorence Wittmayer, Tom Al- way, Chad Hoyme, Jim McGlynn, Dick Ellison, Newell Walter. FOURTH ROW: Chuck Cash, Delton Aasland, Jack Steingraber, Tom Green, Tom Lawler, Jim Stewart, Bob Hanson, Bill Berry, Chester Groseclose, Merle Hauge, Bob Johnson, Sam Courey, Jim Reid. THIRD ROW: Aden Haakinson, Bill Hauck, Dean Olsen, Jerry Fricken, Jack Harvie, John Dewell, Harlan Peterson, Bob Olesen, Bill Matousek, Dan Swain, Gary Ballou. SECOND ROW: Chuck Hanson, Chuck Courey, Mark Koenig, Roger Mickelson, Sam Alick, Bill Greenough, Arlo Roettele, David Dryden, Pete Holleman, Bruce Bosworth. FIRST ROW: Tom Vlaanderen, Al Korn, Jim Welter, Bob Bloemen- daal, Courtney Anderson, Ray Maas, Bob Ruddy, Jack Stewart. ■8 " kSl J Ml fi k msf, V r H ft j ■■ ■ 1 J f u | -. J L VefB V President, John Hammil Mrs. Weller FIRST ROW: John Kennedy, Delbert Petty, Delbert Keith, Robert Wagner, Richard Nelson, Donald Arne. SEC- OND ROW: Euqene Marso, Cecil Dodson, Carl Anderson, Mrs. Weller, John Hammil, Francis Thorn, Robert Stephenson. THIRD ROW: Dave Trimble, Stanley Lilly, Craig Loe, Bill Lind, Cecil Rhoades, Gerald Bryan, Alan Raby, Wayne Krahn, Charles Trimble. BACK ROW: Oscar Loe, Frank Streim, Harold Moulton, Stanley Jones, Lyndell Schmid, David Morrill, Ainsworth Hagen, Bill Anders — 146 Jheta %■ Ahhh, don ' t pinch those packages. Let ' s try a new one. 147 ' m Marilyn Hobbs Lavon Mickelson President Ann Louise Shaw fitwtar Soatd Each spring at Swingout, girls chosen on the basis of service, leadership, and scholarship, are tapped into Mortar Board. Mortar Board is a national senior women ' s honorary organization. The members are noted for their services to students and faculty. Each fall they proctor the freshman entrance exams, present a freshman convoca- tion, and throughout the year, sponsor many all-University dances. In the spring, Mortar Board co- ordinates Mother ' s Day activities and plans the annual spring Swingout. Mortar Boards relax before their meeting. Ramona Memmer 150 M K Courtney Anderson ■J? m John Freed Bill Deter President JbakctanA Although the Dakotans were one of the topics of the Morrill Development Committee this fall, this group, composed of one independent senior and one senior from each fraternity, continued to do a fine job in carrying out its functions. Each year Dakotans help in the Dakota Day parade, on Mother ' s Day and Skip Day. Selling mums and corsages for Dakota Day, the Dakotans have made the flower a symbol of that frolicsome weekend and of the organization itself. Bill Deter, president, guided these men, noted for their large " D " cards, through the school year, bringing honor to themselves and honor for the University. Dakotans think of blowing the whistle for Skip Day all year long. Bob Hofer Kenny Noel Clifford Rifenbark Bob Corey ' Cecil Dodson n n 1 %rA Dick Chaussee President Rich Gorsuch Bob Olesen Carl White Dean Olsen Leslie Duly Truman Schwarti " Hello, Everybody " and big red " S " cards are trade-marks of the distinguished Strollers, the young men ' s talent organization on campus. Since 1924 Strollers have become a tradition, their main function being that of producing and directing the annual Strollers Show. The group reads, accepts, and rejects scripts; assists the acts; runs the stage, and brings fame to the USD students in the show. With " Stubborn " Dick Chaussee as president for the second consecutive year, the organ- ization showed its characteristic flashy smile and boasted of " unimaginable " sums of money in the treasury. In each Dakota Day parade the Strollers ' pledges, selected on the basis of talent and leadership, ride in a firetruck and sing. This year ' s pledges stopped at the Varsity for some orange pop. Ben Blumenthal Clois Smith Bob Tyler Ronald Bernard Alan Raby Dave Anderson Charles Bassett Allen Marlcovetz Stroller Pledges Wayne Olson Gary Ballou Stroller Officers dispose of the loose change left over from last year ' s show. Philip Odeen Art Schanche Dick Wold 153 STANDING: Beverly McKay, Sonja Stewart, Nancy Hoy, Carol Reedy, Karen Olsen, Gail Abbott, Gloria Knudsen, Janet Gates, Maurine Fry. SEATED: Karen Sather, Roberta Spilde, Carol Bauer, JoAnn Jordahl, Leah Authier, Mary Ekman, Miss Lyle, Clarice Rohla. Aipka iatnifda helta Alpha Lambda Delta, national scholastic organization for freshmen women, re- quires for initiation the maintenance of a 90.5 averaqe for the first semester or for the first two semesters of college work. The qroup sponsors two teas, a recoq- nition tea for all freshmen qirls who have achieved an 85.5 averaqe, and a pledqinq tea for those qirls achievinq the entrance requirements. The chapter at the University donates several books to the library each year and presents a qift to qraduatinq senior qirls with 90.5 scholastic records. The qirls raise money for their projects throuqh sandwich sales held throuqhout the year. This year Miss Mary Lyle served as faculty adviser, Walborq Olsen as senior adviser, and JoAnn Jordahl as president. 154 Phi Eta Sigma, installed in 1930 at USD, represents honor to those freshmen men who have achieved a 90.5 semester average. Gold keys are given by this national honorary scholastic society to any man who achieves the entrance reguirements. Each year Phi Eta Sigma presents a bronze and wood plague to the social fraternity ' s freshman class which maintained the highest scholastic average for the previous year. Re- cipient this year was Alpha Tau Omega. This year ' s group is headed by president, John Satter, and vice-president, Charles Allen. J. H. Julian has been the faculty adviser for the group since its organization. . . . m ! , Phi Cta £i tna BACK ROW: Darrell Johnson, John Wicks, Jack Donahoe, Jack McDermott, David Morrill, Blaine Sauder, James Fredrickson. SECOND ROW: William Matousek, Boyd Metzger, Dean Julian, Lee French, Doug Austin, Robert Wingert. FIRST ROW: Bill Tosch, Walt Ackerman, Truman Schwartz, John Satter, Charles Allen, Charles Burns, Richard Gowan. 155 Me J Who in American College Twenty-two deserving USD seniors were elec- ted to be listed in this year ' s volume of " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. " Selected by a faculty and student committee, they were chosen for scholastic attainment and participa- tion in campus activities. The names of these seniors — eleven men and eleven women — were sent in to the national office of " Who ' s Who, " where they were included in the 1955 edition of this publica- tion. Sigrid Anderson, business education major from Jefferson, was president of the Chi Omega sorority and a member of the Pan-Hellenic Council. She has also participated in AWS, Pi Omega Pi, New- man Club, and was a member of the Union Board of Control. From Custer comes William Brady, who is a business law major. He was a member of Student Senate, and partici- pated in Toastmasters Club. 156 Charles Burns, accounting major from Flandreau, and active USD varsity foot- ball team member, is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Letter- man ' s Club, and Newman Club. Marilyn Hobbs, accounting major from Yankton, is a member of the Chi Omega sorority. Included in her activ- ities are Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS, Student Senate, and the Blast. She is currently the secretary of the Association of Business Students. A business major from Vermillion, Richard Chaussee served as Strollers president for two years. He is also vice- president of the student body, and heads Interfraternity council. A member af Student Senate and the Athletic Board of Control, he is a former presi- dent of Phi Delta Theta. Mortar Board member, Kay Kiel, a music education major from Huron, be- longs to the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. This year she was a candidate for Rose of Delta Sigma Pi. Mu Phi Epsilon, Pan- Hellenic Council, the Convocation com- mittee, and Volante help to keep Kay busy. 157 Thomas R. Lehnert, law student from Howard, is a member of Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity and the Toastmasters Club. Miss Young Republican, Beth Lund of Brookings, is an English major. Beth was a candidate for Miss Vanity Fair from Kappa Alpha Theta. She is active in Pan- Hellenic Council, the Volante, WAA, Dolphins, and ISA. Bruce Lushbough, medical student from Sturgis, is former president of Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity and Phi Eta Sigma scholastic honorary. He also participates in Interfraternity Coun- cil activities, Sigma Theta Epsilon, and Student American Medical Association. Pi Beta Phi president, Mary McKeon of Rapid City, was Miss Dakota of 1954. A business education major, she was president of AWS, a member of Stu- dent Senate, Pan-Hellenic Council, and the Union Board of Control. 158 Ramona Memmer, bacteriology major from Madison, is a member of Guidon and Mortar Board. Her activities in- clude: Student Senate, AWS, PWF, ISA, Noteboom Hall president, and USD choir. Lavon Mickelson, Mortar Board presi- dent and Alpha Phi from Sioux Falls, is an English major. A former Guidon, she is active in Student Senate, Young Re- publicans, Kappa Phi, AWS, and WAA. Honorary Cadet Colonel of 1 954 was Jane Mumford of Howard. Active in speech work, Jane belongs to Tau Kappa Alpha, Zeta Phi Eta, and the Toastmis- tresses ' Club. She is a member of the Alpha Phi sorority. Former president of Alpha Tau Omega, Frank Myers has appeared in University musical productions. Director of the ATO ' s Strollers act for the past two years, he also led this group in Inter- fraternity Sing. A medical student from Hudson, he also is a member of the Stu- dent American Medical Association. 159 1955 Coyote editor is Walborg Olsen, elementary education major from Rapid City. A member of Chi Omega soror- ity, she serves the campus as a member of Mortar Board, Publications Board, Re- ligious Emphasis Week secretary, and senior adviser to Alpha Lambda Delta. ATO sweetheart, Cholice " Jackie " Pier, is a business education major from Avon. She has served as president of the Alpha Phi sorority and of Zeta Phi Eta. She has been active in Student Senate, PWF, Pan-Hellenic Council, Tau Beta Sigma, and Business Students Association. Richard Padrnos, medicine major from Lake Andes, is a member of the varsity basketball team and USD Letterman ' s Club. A Beta, he is on Interfraternity Council, a member of Phi Eta Sigmai, and the Student American Medical Associa- tion. A USD varsity basketball star, Jim Rath is a general business major from Leola. In 1954 Jim was elected as Mardi Sras King. A member of Phi Delta Theta, he is on the Interfraternity Council, and Union Board of Control, and in the Let- terman ' s Club. 160 A business-law major •from Sioux City, Bill Rawlings is a USD gridiron star, president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and student body vice-president, as well as a member of Interfraternity Council and Student Senate. Fred Rovere from Sturgis, an educa- tion major, is a USD gridiron star and member of the Athletic Board of Con- trol. He belongs to the Letterman ' s Club and Scabbard and Blade. Ann Louise Shaw, an English major from Sioux Falls, was an Honorary Colonel candidate in 1954. A member of Guidon and Mortar Board, Ann was active in Phi Sigma lota, World Students Service Fund Drive, the Volante, and was president of Kappa Alpha Theta. KUSD radio announcer, Doug Throck- morton, is a radio-speech major from Aberdeen. Doug participates in many campus religious activities which include University Religious Council, Student Christian Association, Chapel commit- tee, and the Roger Williams Fellowship. dmk 161 Carl J. White Assistant Editor Leslie Duly Copy Editor Richard Gorsuch Art Editor yke Cci cte c$ 55 The clatter of typewriters . . . stacks of copy papers . . . scheduling of photos . . . deadlines to meet . . . black coffee. Where else, but the Coyote office? The editor and assistant editor calmly over- saw the big job and supplied the smiles that made the job fun. The copy editor wrote and rewrote many lines before each section was finally sent to the publisher. Section editors arranged their shots, rushed Bogdos and Wicks to develop the prints, and completed their respective sections just as deadlines approached. The book was out. There were no blank picture spaces — no pages missing. At last, it was time to relax. Walborg Olsen Editor 162 John Wicks and George Bogdos Photographers Dick Nelson and Carol Veitch Assistant Business Managers Ben Blumenthal Business Manager Section Editors: Standing: C. Veitch, N. Taylor, N. Berry, R. Moore, K. Olsen, J. Piatt, J. Lloyd, J. White. Seated: B. Beatty, M. Ekman, H. Peter- son, L. Duly, R. Haeder, L Risty. General Staff: D. Holm, W. Musolf, W. Anderson, M. Siekmeier, M. Woods, B. Harris, C. Musolf, M. Clark, V. Williamson. 163 Charlie Bassett Columnist Ronald Bernard and Truman Schwartz Columnists Ann Shaw Business Manager The Vclante The reporting class receive their weekly assignments. 164 Second Semester Editor Sam Sechser Managing Editor Vince Penning { epctU the VletoA First Semester Editor Dean Belbas News Editor John Ewing Tuesday mornings are Volante mornings — another weekly issue of the oldest col- lege newspaper in the state rolls off the press. Throughout the week, Volante re- porters, lifeblood of the paper, track down the fresh, story-making news. These stories come to the editor ' s spindle, ready for editing and copyread- ing. At the Plaintalk, the news is set in type, and the Volante pages are run off, folded, and stacked for distribution. Included in the eight pages, as well as important campus happenings, are views of columnists, letters to the editor, and editorials which state student opinion on various subjects. Circulation Staff: J. Sates, M. Frantz, A. Hasse, M. VandenBerge, L. Rossow, M. Treg- anza, K. Gunderson. 165 • • • n Under Rich Gorsuch ' s editorship, the Blast grew to be a bigger and better campus humor magazine. Jokes were stolen from it for a change. Dale Hale and J. J. Aasen provided original car- toons for all three issues, while Les Duly, Carl White, and Charlie Bassett fur- nished original stories. The rest of the staff collected jokes, laid out pages, and distributed the magazine. Pete Beckman Business Manager STAFF: STANDING: Carl White, Les Duly. SEATED: Nila Berry, Pete Beckman, Editor Rich Gorsuch, Julius Aasen, Barbara Myers, Dale Hale. 166 Start! Pete Beckman and Julia Bode took care of advertising and did an out- standing job. The Blast staff took turns laughing at jokes and at each other, and made the Blast the University ' s very own humorous publication. Rich Gorsuch Blast Editor Julia Bode, Assistant Business Manager, and Assistant Editor, Les Duly, discuss plans for next Blast issue. Sam Sechser, Sports Editor, shares joke with Les Duly as Carl White relaxes. I 167 Mort Miller, Production Director, dic- tates to secretary, Karen Olsen. Gary Carter and Bill Knutson broadcast a new " hit song. " Nancy Pritchard, Don Egert, Dar- rell Arms, Sonja Stewart, Joyce Fennel broadcast a " live " dramatic show. Voice jf V£h KUSD — the radio station for the Uni- versity of South Dakota — provides a lab- oratory for radio and speech majors. The station presents educational programs for grade schools and high schools through- out the state as a public service. The station, operating only during the day, features music of all types from noon- time concerts to popular tunes. Edward " Jim " Slack, Director of KUSD, performs another tradition necessary to the University and to the community. 168 JoAnn Jordahl shows the script for her children ' s program " Candy Cane Lane " to Program Director, Mrs. Ruth Adlcins. Darrell Slack. Arms confers with Director Jim Martin Busch and Eleanor Grace select records for concert shows. Two students operate the controls at the KUSD transmitter. 169 Kay Kelsey, Dr. Lee. and Gloria Knudsen examine scripts for the new play. Back stage Mary Ann Coyne and Charlene Milelc operate complex lighting and curtain systems. At the Theater Workshop, " Mice and Men, " directed by graduate student, Joyce Hartzell, was pre- sented. 170 Theater The delightful, comical couple in " Briga- doon " was portrayed by Donna Harsma and Jim Walters. Joan Vaughn played opposite John Gill in the musical pro- duction, " Brigadoon. " In " The Madwoman of Chaillot, " Jim Walters comforts the madwoman, Joyce Hartzell 171 The summer workshop of the Col- lege of Fine Arts is the Black Hills Playhouse, located near Custer. The crew, made up of students interested in dramatics, staqes five plays under the direction of Dr. Warren Lee. Besides actinq in the nightly per- formances at the Playhouse, the cast builds, paints, and sets up their own props. The weeks quickly pass as the qroup memorizes lines, accepts applause from enthusiastic audiences, and sets up for the next production. Slack Ml PlaifktuM A tense moment in the psychopathic ward of " The Shrike " is enacted by Gordon Martelle, Cecil Rhoades, and Jim Walters. The Black Hills Playhouse Jim Walters talks over marriage mat- ters with Delia Knudsen in a scene from " The Late George Apley. " 172 tlettA Bureau All stories published in the news- papers about the University and its students are sent out by the Univer- sity News Bureau, directed by William " Bill " Slattery. Student workers gather the news, and write the stories. These stories are then sent out to the various editors throughout the state. Photos which are mailed are taken by George Bogdos and John Wicks. Although giving the University publicity is the main pur- pose of the News Bureau, it also gives much practical experience to USD students interested in journalism. W. W. Slattery News Bureau Director STAFF: STANDING: Shirley Hanson, Laurin Kirley, Leslie Duly, Sondra Stahly, George Bogdos, Vince Penning, Cozette Grangaard, Carl White, John Wicks. SEATED: Mrs. Dona Waugh. 173 The Union got TV this year. t(h Ch Thursday night the Union features the great movie hits. Many formals and University dances are held in the Union Ballroom. 174 Suildinq Student combos furnish danc- ing music at the Union. The Union Co-op — our bookstore and favorite soda fountain. Paul Flanagan directs Union activities. 175 Frank Streim Director Chit Under the direction of Francis J. Streim, the 70 voices in the University Choir blend their tones into one of the finest singinq groups in the state. Their first project was providing vocal music for the coronation of Miss Dakota. At Christmas time they brought new gual- ities of excellence to familiar carols at the Christmas convocation. Although their tour was cancelled this spring, the choir performed well in their sparkling presentation of " Oklahoma. " 176 §M --gjL? Ray DeVilbiss Director Ba 4 Providing gay Coyote spirit in the form of music at football and basket- ball games is the University Band under the direction of Ray T. DeVilbiss. Fea- tured in several convocations and a concert, the band, dressed in traditional red and gray, had a full season. The highlight came when Rafael Mendez, world-famous trumpeter, played with the band during a music clinic and con- cert. 177 Under the direction of Usher Abell, the University Orchestra presented its traditional fall concert in Slaqle Auditor- ium. Perhaps the biggest task for this or- ganization was that of accompanying the choir and cast during the production of " Oklahoma " musical show. Hours of prac- tice and hard work made USD ' s orchestra an excellent musical group. Usher Abell Director Orchestra 178 Honorary Music Sorority )ftu Phi CpAihh STANDING: Kay Kiel, Cosette Herried, Pat Seacat, Sue Truss, Patsy Denlinger, Mary Woods, Arlene Krueger, Elizabeth Nelson, Marilyn Clark, Janet Hansen. SEATED: Mary Ann DeLong. STANDING: Ronald Moon, Addison Slothower, Dick Jacoby, Carl White, Truman Schwartz, Francis Thorn, Dale Johannsen, Bob Stephenson, Carl Anderson, Clois Smith. SEATED: Usher Abell, Marv Knittel. University Music Promoters Phi Hflu Alpha 179 Happa Happa pM Band Service Organization BACK ROW: Carl White, John Hammil, Dale Johannsen, George Sealey, Carl Anderson, Keith Ufford, Warren Frieberg. SECOND ROW: Mr. DeVilbiss, Clois Smith, Dick Jacoby, Willard Lind, Ronald Moon, Addison Slo- thower, James Forrester. SEATED: Truman Schwartz, Francis Thorn, James Waring, Bob Stephenson, Ronald Bernard. STANDING: Pat Booth, Myrna Hu-fendick, Pat Seacat, Margaret Montgomery. SEATED: Lynette Waltner, Cecilia Gulson, Beverly Beatty, LaVonne Miller, Eleanor Burton. Tau Seta £i$ma . . Band Promotion Sorority 180 tfhich foai-4 c$ Control Kenneth Jones, Paul Flanagan, Jim Rath, Sam Collins. BACK ROW: Jerome Martin, Ira Grinnell, Richard Forbes, Philip Allen, Dick Gowan, Vernon Fasbender, Ken Bixby, Everett Brundeen, Bruce Elliott, Dale Bengston, Tom Chandler, Doug Tharpe, Orlando Reyes, Sam Collins, Nick Jamison, Ed Bubak. THIRD ROW: Valerie Larson, Shirley Wendt, Patsy Denlinger, Lloyd Ballhagen, Jay Ballhagen. Gary Larson, Duane Johnson, Ed Jansen, Vernon Arndt, Kay Carnahan, Roberta Peterson, Colleen Pederson, Shirley Brown, Maria Urbanyi, Carol Cool, Jewell Larson, Shirley Burke. SECOND ROW: Marias Hammond, Annette Salmon, Juanita Matthews, Mary Ann Bertrand, Carol Opbrook, Carol Ellison, Teresa Allard, Joyce Oursland, M. Schumacher, Myrna Morgan, Kathleen Lang, Ramona Memmer, Carolyn Musolf, Glen Jensen. FIRST ROW: Ben Nygaard, Noel Kragness, Ward Giedt, Jerry Barnhart, Lila Risty, Olive Lee, Joyce Jacobsen, Ron Wyant, Bill Bubbers, Forrest Conrad, Wayne Loon. 181 Phi Seta Kappa . . Senior Scholastic Honorary BACK ROW: DeVeryl Arnold, Charles Geppert, Craig Staudenbaur, James Philp, Robert Swanson, Martin Pre- doehl, Zigridis Steinbergs. FRONT ROW: Jane Gunderson, Connie Taplett Fitzgerald, Joan Vaughn, Sally Olson, Joyce Swab, Marilyn Lloyd. BACK ROW: Bruce Syring, Mr. Raschke, Emil Anderson, Duane Lownsberry, Dean Patterson, Mr. Olson, Mr. Jones. FRONT ROW: Shirley Coe Hanson, Miss Vaaler, Marilyn Werth Cadwell. Seta (jamw £iatna Scholarship Recognition in Business 182 pAifckcbyij Club BACK ROW: Dr. Odoi, James Aase, Wayne Harvey, Norman Heimstra, Mr. Martin, Wallace ROW: Marianne Lowe, Helen Feld, Charles Matthews, Julie Rauk, Mrs. Hammers. Nielson. FIRST BACK ROW: D. Krochock, A. Gullock, D. McKee, R. Oursland, D. Van Whye, M. Wingert, A. Schanche, C. Roach, P. Jensen, D. Collins, I. Sclar, T. Thomason. THIRD ROW: E. Horrell, R. Lange, J. Jackson, C. Johnson, P. Larive, R. Hockett, B. Lushbough, J. Lloyd, R. Padrnos, D. Rubbert, A. Shumacher, C. Geppert, D. Schaffer, B. Allen, D. Bernard, C. Schulti, H. Stensrud, H. Fromm, W. Bryant. SECOND ROW: D. Schulti, D. Baltzer, R. Wexler, R. Christensen, P. Noll, R. Monroe, C. Anderson, G. Clark, M. Beil, R. Klein, W. Tammon. FIRST ROW: W. Schumacher, R. Maas, R. Bloemendaal, J. Berrsch, T. Dynes, C. Ferguson, J. Welter, M. Sherman, D. Cuka, E. Biever, P. Powell. £tu4eht American Iftedical A Mciatm 183 fau Hapfia llpka Outstanding University Speakers STANDING: Max Gruenwald, Dr. Jordan, Mrs. Martin. SEATED: Bob Haeder, Harlan Peterson, Jane Mumtord, David Morrill, Merle Johnson. STANDING: Mike Nagle, John Graff, Charlotte Olson, Marj Rogers, Shirley Burke, Sharol Amundson, Annette Sal- mon, Jeanne Olson, Carl Nelson, John Searle, Bob Haeder, Dr. Jordan, Nancy Hoy, Jane Mumford, Mrs. Martin, Mr. Knepprath. SECOND ROW: Jo Kahler, Jo Jordahl, Pat Prostrollo, Harlan Peterson, David Morrill, Karen Sather, Leah Authier, Nancy Taylor. FIRST ROW: Jerald Reade, Darwin Davis, Dennis Bormann, Philip Odeen, Bob Frieberg, Don Duffy. Speech Club Discussion-Debate Participants 184 TcaJtmaJterJ Club BACK ROW: Merle Johnson. Bill Brady, Bill Spears, Curt Hopkins, Neil Brunick, Robert Allen, Bill Kaye, Roger Bottum. SECOND ROW: Roger Schiager, Max Gruenwald, Gordon Mydland, James Brennan, Harlan Peterson, Nick Ostrowski, James Kucera, Darrel Lundquist. FIRST ROW: Jerry Simmons, David Morrill, John Searle, Arlo Sommervold, Toastmasters ' District Governor, Walt Bradsky. STANDING: Charlotte Olson, Jo Jordahl, Jo Kahler, Grace Vandel, Mrs. Martin, Mary Siekmeier, Jackie Car- penter, Jeanne Olson, Joan Vellenga, Dona Blaseg, Lois Rossow, Kay Otten, Sandra Sona. SEATED: Elsie Daniels, Pat Prostrollo, Leah Authier, Nancy Hoy, Jane Mumtord, Sharol Amundson, Karen Sather, Fran Drey, Connii Hammitt, Nancy Taylor. TcaMwAtteAAeA Club 185 Jeta Phi Cta National Speech Sorority STANDING: Jo Kahler, Betty Holmoe, Kay Kelsey, Gloria Knudsen, Delia Knudsen, Janet Gates, Jo Jordahl, Mrs. Martin. SEATED: Karen Sather, Jane Mumford, Joyce Fennel, Sharol Amundson, Jackie Pier, Leah Authier. Philip Odeen, Mr. Knepprath, Mrs. Martin, John Searle, Dr. Jordan, Jane Mumford. he l ate SoaM of Control 186 Future Business Teachers Pi Omeya pi BACK ROW: Sigrid Anderson, Mary McKeon, Miss Vaaler, Jackie Hepper, Darlene Schroeder, Janice Jorgensen. FIRST ROW: Betty Lawver, DeElda Woodle, Fran Miiller, Joan Bristow. BACK ROW: John Harvie, Sam Courey, Don Rice, Kenneth Wicks, Robert Wuertz, George Harden, Harry Olson. SECOND ROW: Orval Markus, James Worden, Darrell Johnson, William Conly, George Reinschmidt, Melvin Simon, George Osborn, Charles Mussler. FIRST ROW: James Samuelson, Donald Salmon, James Wartenhorst, Richard Rausch. National Business Fraternity helta £f$tita Pi 187 Officers: Jackie Pier, Charles Mussler, Marilyn Hobbs BACK ROW: Richard Rausch, Larry Frie, Jerry Crosby, George Reinschmidt, Dick Erickson, Bill Whitmore, Jim Moeller, Dean Belbas, Merrifr Wiseman, Mr. Taylor. FIRST ROW: Rheta Elshire, Mary Chautsee, Bob Crampton, Ben Blumenthal, Jim Middleton, Dorothy Dyer. tftarketihy Club r es n - I 188 Government Minded Students . Political Science league BACK ROW: Gary Ballou, Kenneth Burnham, Carl White, Sam Sechser, Wayne Olson, John Madigan, Bill Musolf. SECOND ROW: Philip Odeen, John McDermott, Bill Bubbers, Don McWhenster, Bob Haeder, Donald Waugh. FIRST ROW: Mr. Green, Jim Kucera, Bob Tschetter, Les Duly, Mr. Cape, Mr. Geary. BACK ROW: Addison Slothower, Francis Thorn, Dick Jacoby, Bob Stephenson, Dale Johannsen, Forrest Conrad, Robert Graves, Don Andrews, Clois Smith, Ronald Moon, Duane Grimme, Delbert Keith. SECOND ROW: Mavis Raske, Cosette Herried, Sharon Dolan, Pat Seacat, Ora Hoffman, Hazel Jensen, Sister Kevin, Usher Abell, Courtland Swenson, Carlton Chaffee. FIRST ROW: Ruth Par+lo, Elizabeth Nelson, Joyce Jetter, Kay Kiel, Verla Attig, Janice Weaver, Lynette Waltner, Evelyn Schuler, Cleo Harrington. HHluMc £4ucaUtA Klatlomal Conference 189 £ ftna Pi £f tna Physics Enthusiasts BACK ROW: Frank Stout, Akeley Miller, Sherwood Cummings, Richard Ronald. FRONT ROW: William Bender, Harold Brookman, Gottfried Moller. BACK ROW: Hallie Morris, Nancy Englund, Mary Gillam, Shirley Sorenson, Kleo Reed, Jane Mumford, Janet Rees, Frances Friedland. FRONT ROW: Arlis Sorenson, Carol Bauer, Joyce Jacobsen, Mrs. Hoy, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Abell. Hew CccnwicA Club Future American Homemalcers I it :v ;V- 190 (jecUyif Club BACK ROW: Sam Petch, Dr. Rothrock, Francis Buclcmeier, Sam Collins, Gene Glazier, Edwin Lutzen, John Schoon, William Foley. FIRST ROW: Dr. Stevenson, Bill Matousek, Dave Jorgensen, Harvey Heckenliable. STANDING: Noel Kragness, Stanley Lilly, Kenneth Raske, Dean Hyde, Carl Anderson, Frank Stout, H. E. Brook- man, Millard Foor, Dwight Corder, John Hammil. SEATED: Willard Lind, Donald Kasak, Kenneth Stainbrook, Jerry Fricken, James Gilliland, Pat Feathers, Duane Meether. ChtfiHeerJ Club 191 Ifcuhtf (ZepublicanA BACK ROW: James Zieser, Dean Holm, Bob Tschetter, Bill Coacher, Ira Grinned, Ronald Jensen. SECOND ROW: Bill Musolf, Max Gruenwald, Jim Dickson, John Searle, Bob Berry, Sam Sechser, Carl White, John Wicks. FIRST ROW: Jerry Simmons, Richard Bielski, David Morrill. BACK ROW: Joan Vellenga, Klaas Wingert, Mary Ann Coyne, Vince Penning, Marshall Gerken, Leonard Borland, Don Waugh, Dorothy Seiler, Donna Waugh. FIRST ROW: Kathleen Gunderson, Harlan Peterson, Maureen Mader, James Kucera, Barbara Seiler, John Boever, Betty Vilas. 1 euhg hewctaU 1 92 mmmm £tu4eht CktUtian faMciatfoh BACK ROW: Mr. Sterling, Darlene Unruh, Betty Vilas, Mary Siekmeier, Kay Noack, Bobbi Spilde, Darleen Richert, Sharon Smebakken, Karen Olsen. SECOND ROW: Darwin Davis, Rev. Fattaruso, Wesley Nelson, Gail Abbott, Shirley Sorensen, Virginia Tarver, Mrs. Sterling. FIRST ROW: Gustavo Perez, Mary Ekman, Shirley Hanson, Myrna Morgan, Carolyn Pella, Donna Christensen. BACK ROW: Father Hugh K. Wolf, Rev. Robert McCullagh, George Reinschmidt, Leroy Gullickson, Rev. Robert Midgley. FIRST ROW: Rev. Thomas Fattaruso, Gail Abbott, Harvey Schnaible, Leah Authier, Mary Ekman. tfhMertitif tfefyteuJ Council 194 kanfartk Chapel Students enter the chapel for silent meditation. ' .« A dream is realized — the chapel is completed. President Weeks receives a dona- tion from Mr. William Danforth at the chapel ' s dedication last May. 195 £eqer William Club The Roger Williams Club of the Baptist Church, with 18 members, takes part in Univer- sity Religious activities. The Club assists in raising money for the chapel fund and has a project of churchmanship. Each Sunday a student assists Rev. Fattaruso at the pulpit. Club president is Dora Lee Delzell Throckmorton. Gordon Vickery serves as vice- president with Jean Stokes as secretary and Wes- ley Nelson as treasurer. BACK ROW: Marjorie Rowan, Sharon Smebakken, Gwen Vickery, Gordon Vickery, Don Delzell. FIRST ROW: Wet Nelson, Dora Lee Throckmorton, Doug Throckmorton, Rev. Fattaruso. lev; tfetotnan Club With a membership of seventy-five, the Newman Club is a prominent fellowship of Catholics. The Club sponsors one formal dance each year and serves a public spaghetti dinner before Lent. Jack Donahoe is president, and Dee Pfeiffer is vice-president with Kathleen Lang, correspond- ing secretary, Fran Miller, recording secretary, and Pat Ryan, treasurer. BACK ROW: Ronald Bernard, August Rysavy, Roger Klein, Claude Jones, Charles Monson, Pat Ryan, Franklyn Krogman, Tom Rich, Eugene Jones, Hugh Kemp, Denis Cuka, James Diefendorf. FIFTH ROW: Jack Janis, Marvin Wingert, Jack Kurtenbach, Francisco San Nicolas, Philip Odeen, James Larson, Earl Boxa, James Gilliland, Ronald Johnson, Grace Vandel, Kathleen Lang, Fran Drey, Bob Wingert, Ralph Bernard. FOURTH ROW: Mary Ann Coyne, Robert Albrecht, Ann Schiltz, Sharon Dolan, Kay Chaussee, Mary Fennel, Wanda Elshire, JoAnn Anderson, Gladys Slagle, Mary Sullivan, Carol Reedy, LaVonne Miller, Janice Duncan, Sig Anderson. THIRD ROW: Father Zwinger, Father Marbach, Father Wolf, Jack Donahoe, Sister Fasbender, Sister Irwin, Mary Lyle, Dee Pfeiffer. SECOND ROW: Bud Olson, Klaas Winqert, Dennis Padrnos, John Wehde, Edward Burian, Jerry Lynass, Gerald LeDuc, Anthony Buckmeier. FRONT ROW: Theresa Allard, Patricia Allen, Jeanice Anderson, Joan Bristow, Carole Opbrock, Fran Miller. 197 Pilgrim WeAtmihAtet JelhtoAkip The Pilgrim Westminster Fellowship is com- posed of students of the Congregational and Presbyterian faiths. Its eighty-five members sup- port the chapel fund by selling cupcakes to the different housing units. Leading the group as president is James Walters. Nila Berry is vice-president, Margaret Clark, secretary, and John Hammil, treasurer. BACK ROW: Oscar Loe, John Sanaker, Nicolas Ostrowski, Doug Austin, John Graff, John Hammil, Carl Ander- son, Richard Gowan, Tom Aman, Charles Allen. THIRD ROW: Joan Vellenga, Carolyn Pella, Nancy Taylor, Charlotte Olson, Sandra Schwieren, Bobbi Spilde, Ramona Memmer, Doug Selberg, Kay Noack, Karen Olsen, Bob Berry. SECOND ROW: Mary Siekmeier, Connie Hammitt, Carol Benton, Berdyne Harris, Nila Berry, Rev. Midgley, Lois Midgley, Jim Walters, Margaret Clark, Bev Beat+y, Janice Lloyd. FIRST ROW: Lois Rossow, Linda Foght. Ardith Oliver, Wally Olsen, Barbara Mann, Jane Scheurenbrand, Darlene Richert, Anne Cover, Mary Lang, Catherine Hansen, Margaret Miller. « L ri uonwMr j • i •Ij 4 198 Canterbury Club The Canterbury Club, composed of twenty- four students of the Episcopal faith, is guided by president Leah Authier and adviser James Kav- anagh. Vice-president is Janet Gates, and Helen Feld is secretary-treasurer. BACK ROW: James Kavanagh, Jerry Howe, Diclt Paterson, Susie Matson, Chuck Searl. SECOND ROW: Ardis Tutrle, Lawrence Thompson, Peter Selover, Philip Allen, Ira Srinnell, Jim Huntsi nqer, Leroy Hedin. FRONT ROW: Janet Fuller, Leah Authier, Henry Solem, Rev. Crawford, Janet Gates, Helen Feld. ofi fl @e8 Xuthetan £tu4ehU Hi The Lutheran Students Association of the Trinity Lutheran Church has a membership of sixty students. President is Harvey Schnaible and vice-president is Joyce Fennel. Secretary Betty Holmoe and treasurer Keith Gross assist them in their various duties. BACK ROW: Lyle Munneke, Keith Gross, Robert Torkelson, Sylvester Wold, Carl Nelson, Lyle Johnson, LeRoy Gullickson, Bob Erickson, W. H. Franke. SECOND ROW: Virgie Williamson, Janet Kreutifeldt, Shirley Roth, Doyle Hagg, Darwin Davis, Clayton Ofstad, George Jensen, Don Foster, Rev. Preus. FIRST ROW: Mary Winter, Sandra Eyres, Joyce Oursland, Valerie Larson, Carol Ellison, Jeanne Olson, Joyce Fennel, Shirley Sorenson, Roene Jorgensen. 200 (faffltna fcefta Gamma Delta, Missouri Synod Lutheran group, has twenty members with Robert Haeder as president. George Reinschmidt is vice- president, Ann Jastram, secretary, and Evelyn Schuler, treasurer. One of their yearly projects is contributing to a fund that supports a lay assistant to a med- ical missionary in Guatemala. a Kb] S Lj .- lrr ' ■ V 8 iMrMtoj BACK ROW: Richard Rausch, George Reinschmidt, Luther Ihle, M. G. Mangels, Darrel Wenzel, Bob Haeder, Darrell Lau. FIRST ROW: Velma Kuchta, Ann Jastram, Rev. Huberti, Bill Musolf, Dorothy Ballensky, Dolores Schaffer. WeMeif JvuHdathh The Wesley Foundation, directed by Rev. Robert McCullagh, has a membership of 135 Student cabinet officers are Joe Studenberg, president, Pat Seacat, vice-president, and Mary Ekman, secretary. Kappa Phi, national Methodist girls ' club, is parallel to Sigma Theta Epsilon, men ' s fraternity. One of the activities of the group is Wesley Players, student dramatic group. BACK ROW: Walter Linderman, Blaine Saucier, Rev. MacKenzie, Cliff Anderson, Warren Johnson, Bill Tosch, Allen Jonas, Dick Forbes, Jay Ballhagen, Delbert Eilders, Bob McCullagh. FIFTH ROW: Denny Larson, Velma Norman, Jean Harder, Marianne Lowe, Jerald Barnhart, Mary Ann Winans, Ainsworth Hagen, Larry Swiclc, Gail Abbott, Paul Okpara, Donald Arne, Dick Nelson, Joe Studenberg. FOURTH ROW: Jeannene McCullagh, Darlene Unruh, Pat Seacat, Marias Hammond, Patsy Denlinger, Pat Ufford, Dorothy Burton, Alden Scott, Duane Grimme, Dan Johnson, Jack Stengel, John Hoggatt. THIRD ROW: Barbara Krumm, Betty Vilas, Janet Jorgensen, Mary Ann DeLong, Leanne Heck, Myrna Morgan, Betty Lawver, Joe Sippel, Wayne Harvey, Charles Hagen. SECOND ROW: Beverly McKay, Ann Hasse, Bev McDonald, Joanne Kahler, Ruth Partlo, Janice Winjum, Janet Gillette, Olive Lee, Marjorie Fairbanks, Laurin Kirley, Karen Thoreson. FIRST ROW: D avid Morrill, John Wicks, Myron Fahrenwald, Lloyd Ballhagen, Dennis Bormann, Jim Carnahan. Irv Kuske, Philip Hannema. 202 Methodist Girls ' Sorority Happa Phi BACK ROW: Mrs. MacKenzie. Donna Christensen, Betty Vilas, Patsy Denlinger. Barbara Krumm, Betty Lawver, Janet Jorgensen, Velma Norman. SECOND ROW: Darlene Unruh, Marias Hammond, Janice Winjum. Marianne Lowe, Gail Abbott, Laurin Kirley, Leanne Heck, Mrs. McCullagh. FIRST ROW: Karen Thoreson, Janet Gillette, Olive Lee, Jean Harder, Beverly McKay, Joanne Kahler, Mary Ann Winans, Myrna Morgan. BACK ROW: Charles Hagen, Larry Swick, Jerry Barnhart, Joe Studenberg, Dave Morrill, Dennis Bormann. SECOND ROW: John Wicks, Duane Grimme, Jack Stengel, Paul Okpara, Wayne Harvey, Richard Nelson, Dennis Larson. FIRST ROW: Philip Hannema, Rev. MacKenzie, Ainsworth Hagen, John Hoggatt, Rev. Mc- Cullagh, Jim Carnahan. Methodist Men ' s Fraternity £tyma fketa CpA ' den 203 ■ r. H ■ m ■ £ ■ .WAY. ' : I B ■ H Lt. Col. Thomas N. Stewart Head Professor of Military Science and Tactics (ZeAertfe O pcetA Training CwpA Since the doors of the University were first opened, the Reserve Officers Training Corps of the United States army has become a traditional part of the school. All men students will remember classes in the armory, drill on the field, and on the rifle range. Some who have completed the four year pro- gram will call upon their knowledge as an aid in life — both in the service and as private citizens. With a capable staff and audio-visual aids, the Military Department is a fine example of vocational learning conducted at the University of South Dakota. Mrs. Evelyn Steller Military Department Secretary 206 The Reviewing Board selects qualified sophomores for Advanced ROTC. Lt. Col. Emory Safford, Asst. PMS T, giv- ing the nomenclature of the 105 mm re- coilless rifle. Capt. Carl J. Merck, Asst. PMS T, points out to Capt. Bruce E. Reid, Asst. PMS T, and Lt. Col. Safford, a problem on the M-10 plotting board. 207 Ronald McMaster Cadet Colonel REGIMENTAL STAFF: left to right, John Morgan, John Satter, Ronald Mc- Master, Fred Rovere, Jack Fritts. BATTALION STAFF, I st semester, BACK ROW: Harold Gray, John Morgan, Ronald McMaster, Pete Cole, Richard Erickson, Robert DeVinny, James Rath. FRONT ROW: Fred Wemmering, Jerry Simmons, Douglas Aistrope, Jack Fritts, Larry Gilbertson, Richard Chaussee. f f " ' 208 PerAkmy ft ' ffleJ Company D-2 of Pershing Rifles, national military drill organization, has four purposes at the University: to develop leadership, refine character, promote scholarship and citizenship. To prove their ability as a crack drill unit, Pershing Rifles marched smartly in the Dakota Day parade. Managed com- pletely by themselves with Captain Merck as adviser, the group is an asset to the Military department and to the University. Each fall new pledges are selected. Be- fore activation, they perform marching antics for the campus. With wooden guns 28 " long, cardboard shields, and the song " They Call Us the Campus Commandos, " the pledges serenade the sororities and per- form in the Co-op. Carl Anderson Captain White helmets, gloves, spats, and scarves identify Pershing Rifles in dri 209 M-Sgt. Louis J. Schur checks the book before giving a lecture. M-Sgt. Paul V. Griffin handles a ma- chine gun. M-Sgt. Ellis L. Lawson inspects an M-l rifle. Captain Merck operates the projector for a classroom film. 210 Sergeant First Class George Ro wan checks off his supplies list. Master Sergeant Rollie French smiles as he adds up bulls-eyes. Sergeant First Class Earl Beabout runs off some tough tests. Captain Merck posts the merit roster. Gee, Captain, how did I come out in the last test? 212 Practical experience in disassembly of the Browning automatic rifle is gained by small groups in the classrooms. Each man is responsible for his own M- rifle, including a regular cleaning. Sharpshooters fire 22 ' s on the rifle range under supervision of M-Sgt. French. 213 BACK ROW: Jack Fritts, Larry Gilbertson, James Osburn, Dick Chaussee, Ronald Whalen, Thomas Simmons. SECOND ROW: Robert Hofer, Charles Burns, Pete Cole, Fred Rovere, Roy Jurgensen, Ron McMaster. FRONT ROW: Wayne Olson, Robert DeVinny, Plin Haerter, John Satter, John Morgan, John Hulse. Dick Chaussee presents flowers to Scabbard and Blade Sweetheart, Dorothy Burton, at Cadet Capers, fall dance. £.cabba?4 a 4 fclctde Company I of Scabbard and Blade, national military organization composed of senior ROTC cadets, is the local unit at the University. Celebrating its 50th year as a national organization, Scabbard and Blade is headed by Ron McMaster as president. Pete Cole is First Sergeant and Jim Rath is secretary. This group, in conjunction with Pershing Rifles and Guidon, sponsored a fall dance this fall entitled " Cadet Capers. " At intermission Dick Chaussee announced the coed selected as Sweetheart of Scabbard and Blade for 1954-55, Miss Dorothy Burton. The adviser to the unit is Captain Reid. 214 Janice Jorgensen Guidon, founded at the University of South Dakota in 1926, has become a national honorary auxiliary to Scabbard and Blade. Girls pledged to Guidon are selected on the basis of scholarship, activities, leadership, and character. A service unit, Guidon maintains an active role in military social events, con- ducts freshman campus tours, gives in- formation, and ushers at campus func- tions. To be selected for Guidon is one of the highest honors a junior University woman can receive. Beverly Beatty Nila Berry Guidon, with some alums, poses in ranks. Lorraine Ihrlce 215 Fort Lewis, Washington We ' ll just get your names down here so you two can join the ranks. £ufflwr T _ ■ - - - .-- - ; • I - . I - - 216 :- -■ - ' - v .w. ... Dr. Weeks presents awards to University cadets at summer camp. Camp Field Maneuvers: Dig in, we ' re gonna hold this line. Passing the marksmanship field test takes practice. Let ' s take a break for lunch, out door style! 217 Fall out! Tired feet must have a rest. - .. fy After six weeks of sweat and tears, Award Day finally arrives. It ' s work, but someday we ' ll be good officers, President Weeks. 218 ggSR 3£ ? eSSp li Sfe.-2»r " S mm Loyal support: Coyote fans empty the stadium to greet their team on Homecoming Day, 1954. Ah, that was the day President Weeks rolled up his sleeves and said, " Go Get ' Em, Coyotes. " 220 Athletic Director Carl B. (Rube) Hoy ATHLETIC BOARD OF CONTROL: BACK ROW: Ronnie Jenkins, Fred Rovere, Thomas Geary. FIRST ROW: William Ekman, Robert Patterson, Mark Delzell. 221 9t»tML I9S4 J Athletic historians will probably look back at the 1954 football season as one which saw the rebirth of the University of South Dakota Coyotes as a North Central Conference grid power. They didn ' t win the NCC championship, nor was their five wins against four losses record outstanding. But Coach Harry Gamage took a group of seventeen promising sophomores, and before the season had ended, had made them one of the most feared teams in the conference. The nucleus had been established for several promising seasons ahead. The youthful Coyotes ventured to Western South Dakota for the first time and trampled the School of Mines, 38 to 0, in the season ' s opener at Rapid City. It marked the debut of halfback Carl Johnson, who gained 154 yards in seven plays from scrimmage and scored two touchdowns. Augustana s weak Vikings were next for the Coyotes, and the game ended in a 33-6 USD victory before the home fans. Dewey Leach and Fred Rovere scored two touchdowns each to pace a ground offense that rolled for 396 yards. Disaster struck at North Dakota U. as the Coyotes found themselves down 27-0 at halftime. Undaunted, the Redshirts fought back in the second half behind the right arm of guarterback Mickey McDowell who passed for three touchdowns, two to Dean Neilan and the other to Marty Blackstone. But it wasn ' t enough as USD lost 27-21. Sophomore Johnson showed the home fans that he was no flash in the pan as he galloped 185 yards from scrim- mage and scored three touchdowns as USD surprised Drake University at Inman Field 33-26 in a high scoring thriller. McDowell also had another good night, accounting for 135 yards, as the Coyotes ' offense was precision. The roof caved in at Morningside as the Coyotes lost 41-7 to a determined Maroon eleven and the " Good- bye Harry " talk started again. Only a 93-yard kickoff return by Johnson late in the game saved the Coyotes from being blanked. Underdogs by at least three touchdowns to what was supposed to be one of State College ' s greatest grid elevens, Gamage became a hero again as the Coyotes came within an extra point of tying the game, losing 20-19 in a classic before 8,000 freezing Dakota Day fans. The game was tied 7-7 at the half before USD went ahead 13-7 in the third quarter on Johnson ' s second touchdown, a 3 I -yard bolt. But fullback Wayne Ailts streaked 65 yards to make it 20-19 with less than four minutes left. However, State blocked the extra point and the Coyotes were denied a stunning deadlock. Their confidence swelled, the Coyotes edged the Iowa Teachers 34-33 in a wild-scoring game at Cedar Falls the next Saturday. It was simply a matter of who had the ball last to score as the Teachers outgained USD 455 yards to 276 yards and passed for four touchdowns. But a 52-yard dash by Johnson, his second TD of the game, and a 24-yard McDowell to Bartlett pass in the final quarter sealed the verdict. The final home game with North Dakota State was a record-breaker as the Coyotes romped to a 52-20 victory on the heels of a five-touchdown explosion by Johnson to establish a new USD scoring mark. He gained 99 yards rushing and caught two touchdown passes from McDowell covering 106 yards. It ran his season ' s total to 16 touch- downs. The outburst gave Johnson the NCC scoring title with 66 points and also the rushing title with 508 yards in conference games. The final game against Austin College at Sherman, Texas, was meaningless except that Johnson ran his rushing yardage to 924 yards for the season — a new USD record. The Coyotes lost the game 41-6 as they played with- out three cripples. But they greatly enjoyed their stay in the Lone Star state and started thinking to the next year. The sophomore nucleus was still intact; eight of them started the final game. The " Goodbye Harry " talk was completely stilled, the student body president losing his fight to arouse alumni pressure. With freshman team prospects believed to be the best in history, everyone is looking forward to a possible NCC grid title and per- haps an undefeated season in 1955. 222 20 3 IP tf 5 y ' y k »86 84 . 76... 55 95-53 82 ?2 .f. p»f f -t -? " ? Vanity I9S4 BACK ROW: Line Coach Dan Lennon, Wayne Simons, Ray Morkve, Marty Blackstone, Bob Roes- ler, Dale Hale, Fred Rovere, Carl Johnson, Mick McDowell, Head Coach Harry Gamage. SECOND ROW: End Coach Marv Rist, Ba ckfield Coach Burdell Coplan, Ernie Edwards, Chuck Burns, Jack Neuroth, Darrell Stoebner, Jim Bartlett, Joe Lundsgaard, Dean Neilan, Don Delzell, Student Manager John Hulse. FRONT ROW: John Kabeiseman, Bill Rawlings, Jim Pochop, Bill Hauck, Duane Leach, Keith Connelly, Arlen Haakinson, Fritz Kling, Wayne Ailts, Larry Dodson. STUDENT MANAGER John Hulse i! FOOTBALL COACHES: Gamage, Burdell Coplan. Marv Rist, Dan Lennon, Harry Ray Morkve Wayne Simons Marty Blackstone Left jab? Or is it a good old straight arm? Bob Roesler Dale Hale 224 Fred Rovere Carl Johnson Mick McDowell Mick, get the heck out of there! i Ernie Edwards Chuck Burns 225 Darrold Stoebner Jack Neuroth - 5»£ Jim Bartlett There ' s your interference, right there beside you. Joe Lundsgaard Dean Neilan 226 Don Delzell Don Diepholz Bill Rawlings Hauclc, the little man with the big fire. Bill Hauclc Jim Pochop 227 Keith Connelly Duane Leach Arlen Haakinson Out of his way, pardner. He doesn ' t need you. Fritz Kling Wayne Ailts 228 Larry Dodson Dick Boccard Alex Thanos Almost time to punt. Jim Higgins Ray R ifenbark 229 J. " F JPC HfltitH jCClV lh BACK ROW: Jim Reid, Gene Jacoby, Duane Greenhaqen, Bill McDonald, Allen Lang, Gene Jarmen, Orris Mclnroy, Maynard Cook, Larry Tichner, Jim Houtz, Irv Kuske, Carroll Dring, Jim Hansen, Roy Tutsch. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Ken Andre, Chuck Hansen, Tom Vlaanderen, Willie Hoff, Harlan Kozier, Wesley Broer, Harry Hauffee, Dick Burns, Marion Clark, Dee Dryden, Leroy Gabriel, Head Coach Dwane Clod- felter. FIRST ROW: Pat Smith, Danny Jewel, Tom Greene, Ralph Martin, Willie Seibel, Larry Thompson, Don Mason, Bill Jenkins, Maurice Hoagland, Ray Schamber. Marvelous spectator interest at SDU football games. 230 Five yards to the line of scrimmage. Photo by Bogdos. 231 SaAkettmll 19S4-SS M Won 8, Lost 13 Opponent USD 57 74 North Dakota State 83 68 Iowa State Teachers 87 79 Augustana 84 75 North Dakota State 82 60 North Dakota Universi 73 65 Morningside 73 93 Augustana 65 56 South Dakota State 73 77 South Dakota State 64 69 Morningside 69 NCC Tourney Games Opponent 71 67 71 74 68 84 67 63 63 74 USD 66 Omaha University 48 Drake University 51 University of Nebraska 76 Creighton University 56 Mankato Teachers 55 South Dakota State 72 Grinnell 78 Augustana 60 North Dakota University 61 Iowa State Teachers 63 Creighton University The past cage campaign might be termed a " typical ' ' season as seasons have gone of late for the Coyotes. The Redshirts lost more games than they won and finished the North Central Conference season with a .500 mark. As in the past, the team improved rapidly by season ' s end and prospects for the following year were high. The freshman team lost only one game — thus speculation ran high as the school year ended. However, this couldn ' t be termed a typical year in USD cage circles. For the 1954-55 basketball season saw one fabulous era end and perhaps another start. Carl B. (Rube) Hoy, the venerable Dean of South Dakota cage mentors, again stepped down after 23 seasons, and comparatively youthful Dwane Clodfelter took over the reins. With Rube went the ancient figure eight offense and the bench antics that made him fabled throughout the Midwest. In came a new offense, a new perspective, and some new personnel. It wasn ' t exactly a bed of roses for Clodfelter in his first season. The Coyote coach felt the bite of the wolves before his cagers started to howl. After opening the season with a convincing 66-57 victory over sup- posedly superior Omaha U., the Coyotes showed a complete reversal of form as they were badly beaten in successive starts by Drake, Nebraska U., Creighton, Mankato Teachers, and South Dakota State and Grinnell in the opening two games of the NCC holiday tourney. Beating Augustana out of seventh place in the tourney in a hard-fought game was no reprieve as the Vikings hadn ' t won a game in over 40 tries. As the New Year rolled in, the Coyotes seemed to improve. They played well but still lost to Iowa Teachers, North Dakota U., and Creigh- ton. Discounting the Augustana win (which wasn ' t considered a challenge), the Coyotes had lost nine in a row and the wolves were wondering if Clodfelter was really much of a coach after all. They were soon to find out. Alexander ' s free throw skill beat North Dakota State in a thriller after the Coyotes blew a 17-point lead and nearly lost the game. The Coyotes again blew a 17-point lead but squeezed by the Iowa Teachers 64-61. Augustana was easy, although the score was close, the following week, and the first semester ended with the Coyotes sporting a 3-2 NCC mark — quite an achievement for a team that supposedly was going nowhere fast. Then everyone held his breath and finally center Don Jongewaard, who had left the squad two seasons previous due to scholastic deficiency, was declared eligible for another semester. USD hadn ' t won a game in North Dakota since 1947 as the Coyotes headed into the storm area. Perhaps the most complete reversal of form ever seen in a USD team (after Clodfelter had informed the newsmen that his team would win), the Coyotes overcame a 19-point deficit early in the second half to beat North Dakota State 75-74. They should have made it a sweep at North Dakota U. the following night, a win that would probably have given them the NCC title, but they became careless and blew a six-point lead in the final minutes in going down to defeat. A hard journey home was followed by only two days ' rest and a stunning defeat at Morning- side that virtually eliminated USD from title contention. After beating Augustana easily, Jongewaard scored 30, but the Coyotes lost at State College, a place where they hadn ' t won since 1939. They made up for it the next week by pounding down the Jackrabbits 77-63 after leading by 25 points before the subs poured in in the final 2:49. A win against Morningside the following Tuesday could have meant a second place tie in the final standings, but the Coyotes attempted to give Jongewaard a USD and NCC scoring mark and were defeated in the second half on the home court. Thus ended the campaign — a 6-6 NCC mark and an 8-13 mark over-all. Brightest star during the season was Don Jongewaard, the 6-7 center from Hurley, who scored 400 points in the 21 games, just a few shy of the record set by the great John Diefendorf five years previous. Included in Jongewaard ' s season were games of 38 points against Creighton (one shy of Diefendorf ' s individual game mark of 39), 32 points against Morningside in the finale, and 30 against SDSC. Sophomore Dick Wold, a bright new star as a sophomore, scored 231 points, junior Bob Middleton got 201, and senior Matt Alexander 189. All the players were returning for the next season, scholastic standing and the army permitting, except Alexander and Jim Rath, both three-letter winners. Perhaps Clodfelter can mold a winner next year. 232 Vanity £a kett atl 54-55 BACK ROW: Athletic Director Carl B. (Rube) Hoy, Pete Cole, Bob Middleton, Bill Conway, Don Jongewaard, Dick Wold, Jim Ryan, Coach Dwane Clodfelter. FIRST ROW: Dwane Jensen, Jim Rath, Matt Alexander, Carl Johnson, Jim Stewart, Dick Hagerty, Dave Paulson, LeRoy Sroeneveld. Right: VAR SITY BASKETBALL COACH Dwane Clodfelter Matt Alexander The basketball covered that one up. Good form, but where ' s the basket? Don Jongewaard 234 Dwane Jensen Jump, Matt! 235 Jongewaard hooks for two. Jim Stewart 236 LeRoy Sroeneveld Must be a tricky pass; Matt never shoots. 237 jtCtAhf ttHH [S AuCtvMk BACK ROW: Freshman Coach Marv Rist. Dennis Padrnos, Maurice Hoagland, Klayt Kiewel, Barrie Holtgrewe, Roger Nelson, Jim Houti, Brad Strong. FIRST ROW: Jim Hansen, D. O. Dillavou, Al Hirich, Bob Russel, Jim Miller, Maurice Poppen, Jack Stewart. Couple of hoods around the maypole. FRESHMAN COACH Marv Rist 238 Cheerleader : BACK ROW: Marlene Ander- on, Dorothy Ballensky, Marjorie Anderson, Marge Polenz, Bar- ara Duerre, Donna Lueck. FRONT ROW: Jim Forrester, Donna Harsma, Jeanice Anderson, Addison Slothower. HEAD MAJORETTE Jeanice Anderson In high jumping, University leads. 239 track an t %U I9$4 Prospects were not extremely bright for the University of South Dakota track and field team at the outset of the 1954 spring season. Coach Dan Lennon had at his disposal the services of a small crop, outstanding but few in number. It was these few — Jim Tays, Capt. Jim Gardner, Dale Plooster, Ordell Braase, and Keith Gross — who carried the Vermillion and White to what glories it attained. The thinclads opened the season in a triangular meet at Omaha University March 26. Follow- ing this early meet, the Coyotes finished first in the University Invitational meet by scoring 60 points against 47 points for second place Omaha University. The Corn Palace Relays in Mitchell was the next meet for the Coyotes, with Ordell Braase taking first in the discus, Plooster first in the pole vault, and Tays first in the high jump. The Aberdeen Relays saw Jumpin ' Jim Tays win a gold watch by setting a new high jump record of 6 ' 3 " . Jim Gardner won second place in the mile run behind Nash of SDSC with the time of 4:23 — the best time for the mile ever run by a University athlete. The Coyotes then entered the Sioux City Relays where they captured five firsts. Mick Niel- sen, high hurdles; Plooster, pole vault; Tays, high jump; Braase, discus; Gardner, mile run. In the Iowa Teachers Relays, Jim Gardner placed first in the mile and two mile. Nielsen was second in the high hurdles. On May 7, the Coyotes entertained State College here in a dual meet. State scored 77 points to the Coyotes 54. Firsts were scored by Tays, Nielsen, Gross, Plooster, Alexander, Braase, and the mile relay team. At the Wayne State guadrangular meet, the Coyotes scored nine firsts, setting new records in the high jump, pole vault, mile run, two mile run, 220 yard dash, and the mile relay. Gardner was the stand-out of the meet, setting two new distance records and easily outclassing the field. The North Central Conference Meet in Sioux City found the Coyotes again finishing third with 42 ' 2 points. Firsts were scored by Gardner in the two mile, and Jim Tays in the high jump, Tays establishing a new record for the Conference of 6 ' 4 ' 2 " . THE FOLLOWING MEN WERE GRANTED LETTERS: Alexander, Matt Henderson, Mick Braase, Ordell Lohre, John Cole, Pete Lynch, Dick Clark, Robert Nielsen, Mick Gardner, Jim McMaster, Ron Gilbertson, Larry Plooster, Dale Gross, Keith Slothower, Addison Hauck, Bill Tays, Jim 240 Vateitif Track BACK ROW: Jim Gardner, Matt Alexander, Pete Cole, Ordell Braase, John Lohre, Jim Tays, Mick Nielsen. FIRST ROW: Larry Gilbertson, Bob Clark, Mick Henderson, Addison Slothower, Dale Plooster, Keith Gross, Dick Lynch. Track Coach Dan Lennon gives out with a little fatherly advice. 241 Gross bringing home the 880. Jumpin ' Jim after a new record. Gilbertson to Clark in the mile relay. 242 • J ' § g k S K £ ■ I W » ttn ibmi ,, rfc_ 3 12 Doesn ' t look like Gilbertson will make it this time. Cole ' s foot went through that hurdle. Gross and Hauck? Must be prac tice. Plooster making like a bird. Diep before he met D. C. 244 He didn ' t make the pit. JreJkmaH Track " team, I9B4 BACK ROW: Bob Roesler, Neil Bowden, Don Diepholz, Art Schlaikjer, Bill Musolf, Fred Geller- man, Glen Ross, Bill Byrnes, Carl Johnson. FIRST ROW: Marty Blackstone, Wayne Simons, Duane Leach, Bill Matousek, Jerry Amundson, Larry Dodson, Dave Paulson. Question of the day. Did Schlaikjer jump the gun? 245 mmxss «d yu VARSITY TENNIS, 1954 Coach Marv RIst, Jack Harvie, John Van Why, Don Buxton. JfatraiMwaU Intramural tennis champions for the second straight season, Dean Belbas and Kenny Burnham. 246 FOOTBALL CHAMPS: BACK ROW: Bill Gammet, Don Benson, Bob Tyler, Bob Lantis, Bill Conway, Pete Cole, Ronnie Jenkins, Dick Brown. 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Ill, 183 Barber, Arlan D., 85, 122 Barnhart, Jerald R.. 66, 181,202,203 Bartholow, Thomas E., 134 Bartlett, James W., 223, 225 Bartlett, John S., 138 Bartlett, Walter F., 138 Bassett, Charles, 20, 24, 96, 152, 164 Batie, Constance K., 115, 125 Bauer, Carol A., 22, 77, 142, 154, 190 Bauerly, Darwin, 85 Beatty, Beverly, 71, 142, 163, 180, 198, 215 Beauregard, Claudia, 137 Beauregard, Sharyn A., 117, 137 Beckman, Pete M., 166 Beckstrom, Roger D., 130 Beil, Marvin C, III Belbas, Dean, 20, 21, 101, 130, 165, 246 Bengston, Dale L., 77, 181 Benson, Donald W., 77, 141, 247 Benson, Greta R., 77, 129 Benton, Carol E., 77, 134, 198 Berglund, Charles J., 141,247 Bergquist, Connie Jo, 53, 71, 115, 125 Bernard, John David, I 10, 183 Bernard, Ralph H., 77, 138, 197 Bernard, Ronald E., 101, 138, 153, 164, 180, 197 Berndt, Maurice, 85 Bernlofson, Marie, 85, 117 Berry, Gerald W., 77, 145 Berry, Marylin G., 71,117 Berry, Nila Lee, 22, 71, 125, 163, 166, 198, 215 Berry, Robert E., 107, 138, 191, 198 Bertrand, Mary Ann, 85, 115, 181 Bertsch, James D., II I, 183 Bickel, Murlyn, 85, 122 Biever, Edward E., I II, 181 Bigelow, Richard, 85, 145 Bixby, Kenyan E., 85, 122, 181 Blackstone, Martin L, 223, 224. 225 Blaseg, Dona, 53, 71, 117, 137, 185 Bloemendaal, Robert D., 145, 183 Blue, Edice B., 77, 137 277 Blumenthal. Ben, 24, 98, 134. 152, 163. 188. 247 Boccard, Richard A., 71, 138. 229 Bode. Julia M., 20, 22, 101, 133, 167 Boeding, Ronald J., 138 Boersma, Wallace G., 122, 145 Boever, John W., 77, 191 Bogdos, George L, 163, 173 Bollinger, Mary Alice, 39, 77, 137, 241 Booth, Patricia, 77, 119, 125, 180 Borgen, Alfred M., 145 Borland. Leonard V., 66, 191 Bormann, Dennis, 77, 126, 202 Boxa, Earl G., 197 Bosworth, Joseph B., 71, 145 Bottolfson, Richard E., 98 Bottum, Michael W., 66 Bottum, Roger, 106, 185 Bowden, Neil, 245 Bowman, Claire, I 33 Brady, William F., 108, 156, 185 Brandt, John J., 85, 126, 183 Brennan, James R., 106 Bristow, Joan, 21, 33. 66, 133, 187, 197 Broer, Wesley A., 86, 122, 230 Brown, Dale H., 77, 138 Brown, Richard A., 85 Brown, Richard M., 141, 247 Brown, Sara Sue, 117, 125 Brown, Shirley J., 77, I 19, 181 Brown, Warner, I 34 Browne, Mary Alice, 86, 142 Broz, JoAnn, 77 Brundeen, Everett, 181 Brunick, Neil L, 78, 185 Bruyer, Joanne, 42, 57, 61, 78, 129 Bryan, Gerald L, 146 Bryant, Elaine M., 86, 117, 137 Bryant, Wilbur R., I I I , I 34 Bubak, Ed, 122, 181 Bubbers, William, 71, 181, 189 Buckmeier, Anthony N., 86, 126 Buckmeier, Francis J., 191, 197 Bukacek, Jerome R., 101 Burgess, William G. t 66 Burian, Edward B., 98, 126, 197 Burke. Shirley A., 86, 115, 181, 184 Burnham, Kenneth, 130, 189, 246 Burns. Charles M., 98, 155, 157,214, 223, 225 Burns, Richard, 122. 145. 230 Burton. Dorothy, 60, 86, 133, 202, 214 Burton, Eleanor, 78, 133, 180 Byrd, Larry, 126 Byrnes, William J., 78, 245 c Cahill, Wayne, 138 Campbell, Bruce, 145 Campbell, Calvin, 86, 121 Campbell, Ronald, 138 Carlis, Glen, 122, 134 Carnahan, James, 101,187,202,203 Carnahan, Kay, 78, I 19, 181 Carpenter, Jacquelyn, 86, 117, 142, 185 Carr, Barbara, 86, I 19, 125 Carr, Gene, I 38 Carstens, George, I 10 Carter, Gary, 78, 141, 168 Case, Jane, 20, 78, 142 Cash, Ray, 86, 145 Caton, Hugh, 98 Cawthorne, Audrey, 78, 119 Chandler, David, 7 1 Chandler, Thomas, 101, 181 Chase, Leon, 101 Chaussee, Connie, 142 Chaussee, Kay, 78, I 17, 197 Chaussee, Mary, 98, 125, 188 Chaussee, Richard, 20, 24, 98, 141, 152, 157, 208, 214 Chaussee, Roger, 141 Chilson, Richard, 108, 145 Christensen, Donna, 78, 129, 203 Christensen, Gary, 71, 126 Christensen, Roger, III, 183 Clapham, Richard, 101 Clark, Clinton, 130 Clark, Gaius, I 10, 183 Clark, Margaret, 47, 71, 142, 198 Clark, Marilyn, 21, 125, 163, 178, 179, 230 Clark, Marion, 86, 141 Clark, Robert, 130, 241 Cleland, Val Dean, 86 Clyde, John, 86, 141 Coacher, William, 107, 191 Cole, Pete, 141,208,214,233,231. 243, 247 Collins, Delano, I 83 Collins, Sam, 71, 181, 191 Combellick, James, 108 Conly, William, 98, 187 Connelly, Keith, 223, 228 Conrad, Forrest, 78, 181 Conway, John, 66, I 30 Conway, Nancy, 115, 129 Conway, William, 233, 234, 247 Cook, Maynard, 230 Cool, Carol, 86, 181 Cooley, James, 86, 130 Coonradt, Lyle, 98 Cope, William, 86 Coplan, Burdell, 223 Cords, Richard, 71 Corey, Robert, 126, 151 Courey, Charles, 98, 145 Courey, Samuel, 98, 145, 187 Cover, Anne, 86, I 17, 129, 198 Covey, Joan, 66 Coyne Mary Ann, 86, 114, 115, 170, 191, 197 Crar ton, F;obert, 98, 141, 188 Cr aner, Lois, 22, 78, I 14, 115 Crosby, Gerald, 98, 122, 188 Crouch, Carolyn, 78 Cuka, Denis, I I I, 183, 197 Culkin, Lewis, 141, 247 h Daniels, Elsie, 78, 142, 185 Dannenbring, Suzanne, 71, 115, 125 Davis, Darwin, 66, 184, 200 DeBoer, Richard, 138 DeLong, Mary Ann, 71, I 18, I 19, 179, 202, 215 DeLoss, Jerry, 72, 145 Delzell, Donald, 141, 196, 223, 227 Delzell, Dora, 66, 196 Delzer, Harvey, 72, 141 Denlinger. Patricia, 78, 117, 179, 181, 202, 203 278 Deter, Bill, 151 Devers, Connie, 125 DeVinny, Robert, 66, 138,208,214 Dewell, John, 24, 106, 145 Dickey, Verne, 126 Dickinson, William, 78 Dickson, James, 78, 134, 192 Diefendorf, James, 197 Diepholz, Donald, 227, 244, 245 Dillavou, D. O., 86, 121, 130, 238 Dinger, Darrell, 78, 121 Dodson, Cecil, 24, 66, 106, 151 Dodson, Larry, 223, 229, 245 Dolan, Sharon, 115, 142, 197 Donahoe, John. 72, 130, 155, 197 Dooley, Colleen, I 17 Dornbusch, Phyllis, 86, 115 Dorr, Joyce, 78, 117, 125 Dow, Wallace, 108 Doyle, Verne, 66 Drey, Frances, 86, 117, 137, 185, 197 Dring, Carroll, 230 Dryden, David, 145,230 Duerre, Barbara, 72, 115, 125, 239 Duffy. Donald, 86, 121, 126, 184 Duffy, Lorraine, 22. 72, 114, 115, 125 Dulany, Dale, 86, 117 Duly. Leslie, 21, 78. 126. 152, 162, 163, 166. 167, 173. 189 Duncan, Donald, 134 Duncan, Janice, 78, 129. 197 Duncan, Christopher, 78, 134 Dunn, Thomas, 78, 126 Dyer, Dorothy, 98, 129, 188 Dynes, Terry, III, 183 Elders, Delbert L, 86, 122, 202 Eisenbraun, Warren Li 87, 122, 134 Ekman, Mary J., 78, 137, 154, 163, 249 Ellingson, Patricia J., 79, 142 Elliott, Gordon Bruce, 181 Ellis, Robert D., 141 Ellison, Alice E., 87, 117, 142 Ellison, Carol M., 115,200 Ellison, Richard, 101, 145 Elshire, Marian, 79, 119, 125 Elshire, Rheta, 53, 125, 188 Elshire, Wanda, 87, 117, 125, 197 Enders, Robert B., 134, 247 Engel, William L, 87, 119, 145 Englund, Nancy G., 79, 190 Enstrom, John, 122, 130 Erickson, Charles L, 108 Erickson, Richard C, 98, 134, 188 208 Erickson, Robert L, 200 Evans, Donahue, 79 Evans, Marlys M., 79, I 19, 125 Everhart, Robert L., 66 Ewing, John M., 130, 165 Eyres, S andra J., 79, 115, 200 ? Foley, William L, 72, 191 Folger, James J., Jr., 79 Forbes, Richard B., 122, 181, 202 Forbord, Floyd F., 72, 138 Forrester, James D., 67, 126, 180, 239 Foster, Donald, 79, 138, 200 Foster, Ronald, 101 Frandsen, Marilyn J., 87, 115, 125 Frantz, Marjorie, 79, 137, 165 Fravel, James A., 134 Frazee, Donald, 101 Fredrickson, James E., 155 Freed, John W., 67, 138, 151 Freitag, Eunice, 87, 117 Fremming, Lorraine B., 87, 117, 137 French, Lee I., 79, 130, 155 Fricken, Frank J., 72, 145, 191 Fridley, Leonard, 134 Frie, Larry L., 101, 134, 188 Frieberg, Robert, 79, 134, 184 Frieberg, Warren L., 79, 138, 180 Friedhoff, Carl W., 141 Friedland, Mrs. Frances E., 190 Friese, John Edmund, 87, 134 Fritts, Jack B., 67,208,214 Fromm, Harold, I 10, 183 Fry, Maurine Ann, 79, 117, 133, 154 Fuller, Anne, 87, 137 Fuller, Janet, I 19, 199 r Eberle, Donald Earl, 86, 134 Ecker, Peder K., 106 Edwards, Creighton, 78, 126 Edwards, Ernie, 78, 223, 225 Egemo, Rodney, 130 Egert, Donald, 72, 168 Eggen, Roger J., 86, 122 Eggum, Lawrence R., 86, 122 Eiesland, David W., 78, 130 Fahrenwald, Myron, 79, 202 Fairbanks, Marjorie, 87, 142, 202 Fairbanks, Ruth J., 79, 142 Fasbender, Vernon, 79, 122, 181 Feathers, Patrick, 79, 141, 191 Feld, Helen, 119, 183, 199 Fennel, Joyce, 39, 72, 125, 168, 186, 200 Fennel, Mary, 25, 79, 119, 125, 197 Ferguson, Charles, III, 183 Ferris, Richard, 126 Fick, Eugene, 141 Fischer, Marian, I I 7 Fisher, Wayne E., 79, 130 Flanery, Richard D., 87, 141 Fletcher. Darwin W., 134 Flynn, Marion, 67 Flynn, Patrick, 130 Flynn, Stephen, I 10 Foght, Linda, 87, 119, 137, 198 f Gabriel, LeRoy Francis, 121, 230 Garnet, William Raymond, 141, 247 Gardiner, George, 121 Gardiner, Jerry, 145 Garrick, James G., 87, 126 Gates, Janet, 79, 137, 154, 165, 186, 199 Gellerman, Frederic M., 134, 245 Geppert, Charles, I 10, 183 Gerken, Marshall M., 108, 192 German, Thomas, 72, 134 Giannonatti, Dean P., 72 Giasafakis, Mary Ann, 67, 117 Giedt, Wardell R., 87, 181 Gilbert, Jean, 137 279 Gilberhon, Larry L, 208, 214, 241, Haeder, Robert V., 39, 72, 138, 201 Hasse, Anne L, 21, 39, 80, 137, 165, 242, 243 Haerter, Plin, 138, 214 202 Gillam. Mary Beth, 79,129,190 Hagan, Jerald E.. 80 Hauck, William. 145,223,227,243 Gillette, Galen Gerald, 130 Hagen, Arthur A., 146,202,203 Hauffe, Harry R., 80, 138, 230 Gillette, Janet, 87, 115, 129, 202, Hagen, Charles L., 87,121,202,203 Haug, Dorothy J., 80 203 Hagerty, Richard D., 130,233,237 Hauge, Merle A., 145 Gilliland, James R., 138,191,197 Heath, Burton L., 88,138 Hagg, Doyle D., 80, lie, 200 Gilmer, Bruce Howard, 87,121 „ Heck, Donald L., 107 Hai|sman, Douglas U., 80 Glanzer, Kenneth W., 72 uir.ii to no nt ii- oo„ Heck, Leanne L., 52, 88, 119, 125, Hale, Dale R., 72, 138, 166, Hi, 2z4 on _ n . Glazier, Eugene R., 72,134,191 202,203 r„„«l« Rr»..lin 79 Hale, Ronald C. 134 Heckenliable, Harvey, 134,191 Gonzalez, Brauiio, (1 .. _. . 07 Goodell, Barbara Ann, 142, 153 " ' J J L 87 „ Hedin, LeRoy, 88. 199 Gorsuch, Richard, 21, 72, 126, 152, H.I. Rob«t E. 87 Heimstra, Norman W., 67, 183 162,166,167 Hall, Vernon D., 101 Heise, Carolyn A., 72,129 Gosnell, Richard, 79 Halverson, Marlys J., 80, 117, 129 Roberta c M 1 1 5 . 1 33 Gowan, Richard, 79,155,181,198 Hammer, Mrs. Gladys, 183 Henderson, Vincent N., 67 r- n _„i ot Hammil, John M., 21, 72, 145, 180, u „ 1 , i- „ A at 1-37 107 trace, Daniel, Vo nepper, Jacqueline A., o , i , 10 Graff, John, 39, 87, 121, 130, 184, , . , _ _ ,„ „, Herron, Donley D., 88,138 .no Hammitt, Constance h., 11 , 1 il, IVB 185,198 Herried, Cosette A., 179 Grangaard, Cozette, 87, 115, 133, u;..... | smK a 229 , 7 2 Hammond, Marias J., 87, 117, 181, niggens, James n., 111 202, 203 Hill, Marilynn, 88, 142 Hamro, David R., 87,138 Hilton, James R., 138 Hannema, Philip A., 80, 202, 203 Hilton, Karen G., 88, I 17, 129 Hanning, Helen H., 73, 117 Hines, Connie, 141, 247 Hansen, Catherine G., 88, 115, 133, Hinsey, Elizabeth, 80, 119, 125 Greenhagen, Duaine, 87, 230 198 _ , ,.,.,,. , ir Hinch, Al, 238 Greenough, William, 145 Hansen, Donald M., 23,88,130 u , , .. . ,,„ ,, _ Hoagland, Maurice, 230,238 Greenwood, James, 79,138 Hansen, Donna L, 88, 117, 142 u uu ., ., n OQ ,,, . cn .„ _ , Hobbs, Marilyn B., 98, 133, 150, 157, Greeny, Henry Gordon, 138 Hansen, Evonne, 88,115 188 Gregg, Mary Ellen, 87,115 Hansen, Janet A., 22, 25, 73, 1 33, Hockett, Richard D., 110,183 Grewe, Jerome, 107,121 179,215 Hodges, Willard L, 99,130 Grimme, Duane A., 87, 126,202,203 Hansen, Karen Z., 142 Hofer Robert D 141 151 214 Grinnell, Ira H., 79,181,192,199 Hanson, Charles, 145,230 Hoff, Willis G., 230 Groeneveld, LeRoy, 79, 233, 237 Hanson, Dayton E., 88 Hoffer, Carol M., 96 Groseclose. Chester, 37,79,145 Hanson, James O., 230,238 Hoffine, Gloria Lea, 88,133 Gross, Keith, 200, 241, 242, 243 h q Roberf E _ |45 Hoffman, Ora M., 80, I 19 Grubl. Delores, 72 Hanson, Roger A., 88 Hoggatt, John E., 122,202,203 Gruenwald, Max, 20, 126, 184, 185 QQ Holec , Marvin w „ 88 Guljckson, LeRoy M„ 2 I , ,01 , 141 , p Gullock, Alvin, 183 Harder, Sarah J., 73, I 15, 202, 203 Gulson, Cecilia, 72,117,180 Harig, Eugene, 101 ..«-j«„ _ f, .u „ -jo on m 1 , • r 111 t a-, Holmoe, Betty D., 22, 73, 137, 186, Gunderson, Kathleen, 39, 80, 137, Harrington, Cleo, 117, 142 0IC I 65 1 97 Harris, Berdyne, 39, 101, 137, 163, 1, i Wowo Rarrw 1 900 Gunderson, Wynn, 72, 120, 122, 134 | 98 , 2 49 Holtgrewe, Barry L, 238 Gutz, Laura Lee, 125 Harris ' M||dred D | 88 , I 17, 142 Ho,he ' Dave ' 2 ° Grass, Arlo, 130 Graves, Robert Dean, 87, 122 Gray, Harold D., 208 Green, Thomas, 145, 230 Holm, Dean M., 73, 126, 163, 192 Holmes, Richard A., 122 H Hopkins, Curt Y., 107, 185 Harsma, Donna A., 21, 47, 80, 129, 171 239 Horrell, Eugene D., 110,183 Hartzell, Joyce A., 170 Houck, Jerry D., 20,101 Haakinson, Arlen J., 145,223,228 Harvey, Wayne L, 73, I 83, 202, 203 Houck, Robert D., 107 Haan, Anthony, 87,122 Harvie, John V., 98,145,187,246 Houdek, Richard, 134 280 Houtz, Jim H. C, 88, 122, 230, 238 Hovelsrud, Eldon J., 88 Howe, Gerald E., 134, 199 Hoy, Nancy B., 22, 80, 125, 137, 154, 184 Hoyme, Chad E., 102, 145 Huetson, Lois M., 88 Hufendick, Myrna, 80, 119, 125, 180 Hughes, Patricia M., 67, 119 Hulse, John E., 99,214,223,247 Hultgren, Lorraine B., 88, 142 Huntsinger, James D., 138,199 Hurley, Willard J., 106 Hutchinson, Terry H., 134 Hutton, Dean E., 102 Hyde, Dean A., 88, 191 Hyde, Pearl M.. 88, 115 Hyde, Richard M., 67, 130 Hyden, Clark C, 80, 130 Hyjek, Francis, 99, 130 9 Ihle, Luther, 20, 99, 201 Ihrke, Lorraine, 21, 22, 73, 125,215 Inglis, Howard, 80 J Jackson, James K., I I I, 183 Jacobsen, Joyce, 73, 118, 119, 181, 190 Jacoby, Gene, 230 Jacoby, Richard, 122, 134, 179, 180 Janis, John F., 73, 122, 197 Jansen, Edward, 122, 181 Jarman, Eugene, 230 Jastram, Ann, 20, 102, 137,201 Jenkins, Ronnie, 141, 247 Jenkins, Terry, 138 Jenkins, William, 141,230 Jensen, Dwane D., 233, 235 Jensen, George N., 200 Jensen, Glen, 73, 181 Jensen, Hazel, I 17 Jensen, Paul A., I 10, 183 Jensen, Ronald, 88, 122, 192 Jepsen, Leon N., 80 Jetter, Joyce E., 88, 117, 129 Jewel, Danny 230 Johannsen, Dale, 80, 138, 179, 180 Johns, Ellis, 88 Johnson, Carl F., 130,223,225,233, 236, 245 Johnson, Charles, 110, 183 Johnson, Daniel, 88, 126, 202 Johnson, Darrell, 102, 122, 187 Johnson, Duane, 88 Johnson, James C, 73 Johnson, Jack, 89 Johnson, Lorin D„ 80, 202 Johnson, LuAnn, 28, 115 Johnson, Lyle, 80, 200 Johnson, Merle, 21, 138, 184, 185 Johnson, Richard D., 80 Johnson, Robert D., 80, 145 Johnson, Ronald J., 197 Johnson, Warren A., 138 Jonas, Allen, 73, 202 Jones, Arlys, 80, 129 Jones, Carol, 89, 117, 129 Jones, Claude, 197 Jones, Eugene, 197 Jones, J. Kenneth, 99, 130 Jones, Stanley Merle, 146 Jongewaard, Don, 233, 234, 236 Jordahl, JoAnn, 80, 133, 154, 169, 184, 185, 186 Jorgensen, David, 67, 122, 191 Jorgensen, Donald, 89 Jorgensen, Emily, 73, 117 Jorgensen, Janet, 129, 202, 203 Jorgensen, Janice, 20, 22, 25, 102, 129, 187, 215 Jorgensen, Roene, 129, 200 Junge, Nick, 102, 145 Jurgensen, Roy, 99, 214 H Kabeiseman, John, 80, 223 Kahler, Jo, 133, 184, 185, 186, 202, 203 Kaiser, Otto, 141 Karst, Merlyn, 138 Kasak, Donald, 89, 121. 191 Kawell, Anna, 89, I 17, 129 Kaye, John, 108, 185 Kearns, Mary, 80, 117 Keith, Delbert, 89, 146 Keller, John, 108 Keller, Ruben, 102 Kelley, John, 73, 121 Kelsey, Kay, 80, 170, 186 Kemp, Hugh, 197 Kennedy, John, 81, 145 Kennedy, William, 99 Kenney, Richard, 73, 141 Kiel, Kathryn, 21, 25, 67, 137, 150, 157, 179 Kiewel, Clayton, 134,238 Killian, Marjorie, 89, 115, 129 Kirchenbauer, F. Dale, 99 Kirkham, Daniel, 89, 121, 130 Kirley, Laurin, 89, 117, 125, 170, 202, 203 Klein, Roger, III, 183, 197 Kling, Fred, 134,223,228 Klock, Martin, 2 1 , 24, 99, 126 Kluckman, Jerald, 89 Kludt, Robert, 89, 126 Knittel, Marvin, 67, 134, 179 Knudsen, Delia, 52, 67, 133, 172, 186 Knudsen, Gloria, 42, 57, 81, 133, 154, 170, 186 Knutson, Thomas, 89, 122, 126 Knutson, William, 81, 138, 168 Koenig, Mark, 89, 145 Kolberg, Marilyn, 73, 133 Korn, Albert, 67, 145 Kosier, Harlan, 230 Koth, Howard, 89, 138 Kracht, Larry, 99, 134 Kragness, Noel, 89, 181, 191 Krahn, Wayne, 20, 146 Kreger, Charles, 73 Kreutzfeldt, Janet, 81, 129, 200 Kriesel, William, 141 Krochock, David, 183 Krogman, Franklyn, 89, 141, 197 Krueger, Arlene, 73, 179 Krueger, Helen, 81, 142 Krumm, Barbara, 73, I 17, 202, 203 Kruse, Marlin, 89, 119 Kucera, James, 73, 185, 189, 192 281 Kuchta, Velma, 125,201 Lind, Douglas, 81,130 McLaughlin, Janet, 81,142 Kundert, Constance, 54,117,137 Lind, Willard, 81.146,180,191 McLaughlin. Mary Ellen, 90, I 1 7 Kunstle, Howard, 108 Lindau, Philip. 90,121,126 McLaughlin, Sally Ann, 125 Kurtenbach, John, 74,126,197 Under, Julian, 90 McMahan. Betty, 115 Kurtz Jack, 102 Linderman, Joan Adele, 54,90,137 McMaster, Ronald R., 67,208,214 Kuske, Irwin, 89,126,202,230 Linderman, Walter, 90,202 McMurphy, Mary Ann, 90,117,129 Kusler, Ray, 89 Litschewski. Gerald, 90,122 McNerney, Michael J., 145 Lloyd, Janice, 90,133,198 McNulty, Kenneth Richard, 134 Lloyd, John, 110,163,183 McWhenster, Donald, 189 Lockner, Allyn O., 96 Maas, Raymond R., 145,183 Loe, EldonC, 90,146 Mach, Vaclay, 74 Lambert, Mary Adaline, 89, I 1 5, 249 Loe, Oscar R., 96,146,198 Madden, Mary L, 142 Lambracht, LeRoy, 67,138 Logue, James R., 121 Mader, Maureen, 22,192,249 Lang, Avery, 130 Long, Robert E., 102,126 Madigan, John Edward, 90,189 Lang, Kathleen, 74, 119, 181, 197 Loon, Arthur, 122 Mahan, John R., 130 Lang, Mary Ruth, 89,142,198 Loon, Wayne, 90,180 Malone, Francis, 74 Lange, Alan, 89, 122, 230 Lowe, David R., 126 Mangels, Marvin, 81, 201 Lange, Richard K., Ill, 183 Lowe, Marianne, 39, 81, 119, 125, Mann, Barbara, 90, 117, 137, 198 Lantis, Robert D., 141,247 183,202,203 Mann, Larry, 99 Lantis, William E., 141 Lueck ' Donna ' 90, ' l5 ' l29, 23 ? Marble, William A., Ill Larimer, Robert Paul, 89 Luerssen, Richard W., 130 Markovetz, Allen J., 68,130,153 Larive, Paul Keith, 183 Lund ' Beth ' 25 ' 54 ' 67 ' l37 ' l58 Markus, Oval, 102, 187 Larsen, Jewel, 89,115 Lundsgaard, Joe, 102,223,226 Marso, Eugene, 96,146 Larson, James C, 74,197 Lushbough, Bruce, 111,158,183 Martelle, Gordon A., 96,172 Larson, J. Gary, 89,122,181 Lutzen, Edwin Earl, 191 Martin, Jerome A., 81,121,181 Larson! John Dennis, 9, 202, 203 Lynass, Jerry, 102,134,197 Martin, Ralph L, 122,230 Larson, Myra, 81 Lynch, Richard P., 74,130,241 Mason, Donald R., 230 Larson, Nona Jeanne, 89,117,125 Mateicka, James, 138 Larson, Robert, 130 Uf Matousek, William, 81 , 145, 155, 191, Larson, Valerie M., 89,115,181,200 ill 245 , LJ „, Matson, Susan, 119,125,199 Lau, Darrel H., 201 Lautenschlager. Frank Theodore, 90 McCahren, Katherine, 90, I I 7, 142 Matthews, Charles, 183 Law, Thomas J., 90, 122 McDermott, Jack, 81, 130, 155, 189 Matthews, Juan.ta, 115, 181 Lawler, Thomas, 74,145 McDonald, Beverly, 74,202 Mattson, John, 138 Lawver, Betty Jean, 99, 187, 202, McDonald, Burton C, 107,230 Mayer, V,las, 23,126 203 McDougall, Donald E., 90 Meether, Duane, 74, 191 Leach, Duane, 223,228,245 McDowell, Pierce, 223,225 Megard, Bernard, 102,126 LeDuc. Carol, 81,125,249 McElwain, Ardis, 90,117,125 Melcher, Maxine, 90,119 LeDuc, Gerald P., 126,197 McElwain, Patricia, 117,125 T TH ' q , 2 ?q 32 ' ' " 8 ' Lee, Olive Joyce, 115, 181, 202. McFarland. Betty, 117,249 on 203 Messier, Robert, 90, 130 n , McFarland, Joyce, 90,117,142 Leedom, Boyd, 106 _ ... Metzger, Boyd, 74, 155 _ . McFarlane, James, 102 . . . _ ioc icn , co LeFevre, Steve, 24,99, 134 Mickelson, Lavon, 68, 125, 150, 159 _, McGlynn, James, 145 k .. . . n , . . nn i i 7 nc Lehnert, Thomas, 106,158 Y ' . ' ... Mickelson, Patricia. 90,117,125 Mclnray, Orris W., 230 . .. . . D nn . ._ Lehr, Ranae, 74,117,137 y ' ,„ ,._ ... Mickelson, Roger, 90,145 j tl ■«« ,., McKay, Beverly, 81, 119, 125, 154, Lemonds, Thomas, 102,126 202 203 Middleton, Jim, 99,134,188 Lentz, LeRoy, 90 McKee, Donald C, 183 Middleton, Robert, 134,230,233 Liehke, Betty Ann, 74, 125, 249 McKenzie, Douglas, 141 Miiller ' Frances ' " • ' l9 ' 233 Lilly, Stanley, 81, 146, 191 McKeon, Mary, 20, 22, 25, 31, 68. Milek. Charlene, 170 Lind, Dorothy, 81,142 142,158,187 Miller, Beverly, 25,68,129 282 Miller Charles 90, 122, 134 Myers, Barbara Ann, 91, 117, 129, Olson, Charlotte M., 91, 142, 184, m-ii ' n U ad l66 l85 ' l98 Miller, Donald, 68 ,,„ ,. O0O Myers, Frank, 68,126,159 Olson, Jeanne A., 82,117,125,184, Ml " er ' J ' m ' u ■ t i a. 199 185, 200 ..... , ,, Q , I in lie ion Mynck, Larry, 81, 122 M, ler, LaVonne, 81,119,125,180, Olson, Jerome, 134 Olson, RossG., 82, 130 P 197 Miller, Margaret, 81, 119, 125, 198, M M 249 f ¥t Olson, Wayne, 141,189 Miller, Marilyn Y., 125 ' Olson, Wayne, 153,214 Miller, Patricia, 25,68,125 Opbrock, Carole, 91,117,181,197 Miller, Robert, 90, 121 Nagle, Michael, 68, 1 84 Osborn, George, 102,187 Mitchell, Laurel, 81,122 Nason, Earl, 134 Osburn, James, 134,214,237 Moeller, James, 130,188 Neilan, Harvey, 223,226 Osman, Dorothy, 63 Moen, Clyde, 90, 126 Nelson, Carl, 91, 121, 126, 184,200 Ostrowski, Nicolas, 106, 185, 198 Moen, Jerry, 102,134 Nelson, Elizabeth, 81,137,179 Otten, Kathryn, 91,117,137,185 Moller, Christopher, 74 Nelson, Mary M., 68,133 Ottenbacher, Ruben, 103,141,247 Momsen, Harold, 91 Ne ° 2 n ' 2 chard A - 82 ' l45 ' ' 63 ' Oursland, Joyce, 91,181,200 Monroe, Robert, 110, 183 .. . ' n , . IOO „,„ Oursland, Robert, 110, 183 Nelson, Roger M., 122,238 Monsfon, Charles, 197 .. , .... .„ .,„ Overby, Einnde, 82 Nelson, Welmon, 102, 230 Montgomery, Margaret, 68, 119, 180 ., , ... , _ 00 ,_, ,__ Oyloe, Chene M., 69 Nelson, Wesley O, 99, 126, 197 Moon, Ronald, 179,180 ., , , . ,. .,, Nepstad, Janice, 68, 137 Moore, Margaret, 74, 142 .. ,, . , „ . . c 00 , „. Neuroth, John B., 145, 223, 226 Moore, Robert, 130, 163 ., p. . _, Newstrom, Duane L., 91 Moreen, Sharon, 91, 117, 142 ... , . ... , „ n M ,L ,„„ „. Nielsen, Mitchell, 68 Padrnos, Dennis, 91,130,197,238 Morgan, John, 208,214 ... , ... „ . on M M oi M7 ioi 9H9 eS ° n ' Wallace ' l83 Padrnos, Richard, 111,160,183 Morgan, Myrna, 81, 117, 181, 202, M , n ., . D - . lo l0I - lo , 203 Noack, Catherine, 82, I 19, 1 25, 1 9 p ar k er , Robert J., 126 Morkve, Raymond, 74. 138, 223. 224 Noble ' Sarah, 39,142 Partlo, Ruth, 91,115,137,202 Morrill, David, 39, 107, 146, 155, Noel, Kenneth, 134,151,247 Patch, John. 96 184, 185, 192, 202, 203 Noll, Paul E., I I I, 183 Paterson| R ; chard |38 m Morris, Hallie, 68, 137, 190 Norbeck, Betty, 119, 125 Paul, Susan, 69, 142 Morrissey, Betty, 68, 125 Norman, Velma, 82, 119, 125,202 Paulson, David, 233,237,245 Morrissey, Jerry, 81, 130 Nygaard, Bernard, 20,99, 121, 181 p ec k, Fay, 91, 130 Morrow, Marlene, 81, 129 Pederson, Colleen, 82, 119, 181 Morton, Nancy, 81,129 jfT Pelanowski, Lois L., 91,117 Mortrude, John, 134 Cx Pella, Carolyn, 142,189 Moulton, Harold, 146 Ochsner, Dennis D., 126 Penning, Vincent, 69,165,173,192 Mount, Donald, 68 Odeen, Kern, 130, 153, 184, 186, Pennock, Edward, 145 Mumford, Jane, 39,68, 125, 159, l8 ? - 197 Perez, Gustavo, 82 184, 185, 190 ' Ofstad, Clayton, 91, 200 Perry, Lawrence, 91 Mundt, James, 21,102 Okerlund, LeRoy J., 21,74 Petersen, Paul, 126 Mundt, Lee, 68 Okpara, Paul M., 82, 202, 203 Petersen, Harlan, 74, 145, 163, 185, 1 92 Munneke, Lyle, 74,200 Oleson, Robert C, 102,145,152 „ , ni;„=r ij;n, a oi ii7 ioo Petersen, Roberta, 82,61, 119, 181 Murray, Robert, 91,130 Ol.ver, Ardith A., 91,117,198 an oi ac ico retersen, Kuby, b sen, Dean, 82, 145, 152 " iviuiesdmp, i ODerr, v D , « -n- f i f . , Q retersen, William Olsen, Grant, 69 82 Musolf, Carolyn, 91,163,181 Petty, Delbert, 91,146 . . ,, ,,..,,. Olsen, Karen R., 21, 39, 82, 133, 154, ' 189 llham ' 8I ' ll9 ' l26 l63 163, 168, 198 Pfeiffer, Dee, 39,74, 142, 197,249 .,. ' , ' ' Olsen, Walborg M., 21,39,69,150, Phillips, Jack, 91 Mussler, Charles, 99, 138, 187, 188 160. 162, 198 p ier , C holice, 22, 25, 32, 100, 125, Mydland, Stanley, 102 Olson, Arthur R., 130 160,186,188 283 Pier, Leonard, 91, 134 Pier, William, 91, 126 PlaH, Julie, 54, 91, 115, 133, 163, 249 Plooster, Dale, 241,244 Pochop, Jim, 223, 227 Polenz, Marge, 91, 137,239 Poppen, Maurice, 91, 238 Posey, Loran, 82, 145 Poulsen, Ginette, 82, 117, 125 Powell, John, 103 Powell, Parker, III, 134, 183 Powell, Willard, 134 Pritchard, Nancy, 168 Prostrollo, Patricia, 82, 117, 125, 184, 185 Pulscher, Robert, 134 Q Quinn, Catherine, 69, 137 £ Raby, Kenneth Alan, 82, 146, 153 Rademacher, Jeanne S., 91, 117, 137 Radigan, Betty Mae, 91 Rallis, James, 74, 145 Ramsell, Burdette, 92 Raske, Kenneth, 92, 191 Raske, Mavis, 82 Rath, James, 22, 100, 160, 208, 236, 247 Rathburn, Floyd, 92 Rauk, Julie, 96, 183 Rausch, Richard, 39, 103, 122, 188, 201 Reed, Kleo Rae, 92, 117, 142, 190 Reedy, Barbara, 82, 142 Reedy, Carol E., 39, 82, 129, 154, 197 Rees, Janet, 92, 117, 142, 190 Reid, James, 145,230 Reinschmidt, George H., 102, 187, 188, 201 Renne, Mary Lou, 115, 137 Retch, Sam, 191 Reutter, Rose, 92, 117 Reyes, Orlando, I 81 Reynolds, Frank, 82 Reynolds, Duane, 69 Rhoades, Cecil L, 75, 145, 172 Rice, Donald E., 138, 187 Rich, Thomas L, 92, 130, 197 Richards, Gary Ray, 92, 141 Richardson, Harold L, 92, 119 Richert, Darlene, 92, 117, 129, 198 Riemann, James E., 92, 134 Rifenbark, Clifford, 151,229 Riis, Milton, 92 Rippey, Sallee, 82, 125 Risser, Keeta, 23, 92, 115, 125 Risty, Lila, 92, 115, 181 Roach, Charles, 110, 183 Robertson, William J., 92 Roesler, Robert, 82, 130, 223, 224, 245, 248 Roettele, Arlo, 145 Rogers, Mariorie, 92, I 17, 125, 184 Rohla, Clarice, 82, 119, 154 Rose, James D., 82 Rossow, Lois, 92, 117, 137, 165, 185 Roth, Clair M., 138 Roth, Shirley, 55, 92, 117, 129, 200 Rovere, Fred, 161, 208, 214, 223, 225 Ryan, Patrick J., 197 Rysavy, August R., 82, 197 £ Rawlings, Janet, I 37 Rawlings, William, 161,223,227 Reade, Gerald, 74, 184 Reade, Derald Lee, 92 Redfield, Jean Ann, 92, 117, 137 284 Rowan, Marjorie Ann, 82, 196 Rubbert, Duane D., I 10, 183 Ruddy, Robert E., 92, 145 Russell, Bob, 238 Ryan, James E., 134,233,235,247 Sacre, Robert, 92, 130 Salem, Kay, 69, 137 Salmon, Annette, 39, 92, 115, 181, 184 Salmon, Donald, 1 87 Sampson, Wayne, 92, 141 Samuelson, James, 103, 187 Sanaker, John, 198 Sand, Frances, 92 San Nicolas, Francisco, 103, 197 Sather, Karen, 39, 82, 137, 184, 185, 186 Sather, Patricia, 69, 137 Satter, John, 108, 145, 155, 208, 214 Sauder, Blaine, 155, 202 Saxton, Jane, 83, 142 Schaan, John, 19 I Schaffer, Dolores, 21, 92, 115, 129, 201 Schaffer, Donald, I 10, 183 Scha ' mber, Raymond, 230 Schanche, Arthur, I 10, 153, 183 Scheele, Harry, 134 Schenecker, William, 134,247 Scheurenbrand, James, 92,141 Scheurenbrand, Jane, 92, 117, 142, 198 Schiager, Roger, 107, 185 Schiltz, Ann, 52, 93, 115, 142, 197 Schlaikjer, A. L, 103, 141, 245 Schlosser, Carolyn, 21,93 Schmid, Lyndell, 83, 146 Schmidt, Marvin, 93 Schnaible, Harvey, 39, 100 Schoenewe, Russell, 93, 138 Scholten, Roger, 69, 134 Schroeder, Darlene, 22, 25, 69, 142, 187 Schroeder, Dorothy, 83, 142 Schuler, Evelyn, 75,125 Simon, Melvin, 103,122,187 Steller, Donna, 75,133 Schultz Cleon, 111,183 Simons, Wayne, 223,224,245 Stelzmiller, John, 130 Schultz, ' Dorothy, 183 Sippel, Joseph, 202 Stengel, John, 93, 1 22, 202, 203 Schumacher, Mary Ann, 22, 54, 93, Sisko, Louis, 75 Stensrud, Homer, 183 119,181 Siswick, John, 83,122 Stephenson, Robert, 83, 146, 179, Schumacher, William, 111. 130. 183 Skinrieri Donald, 83 ' 8 ° Schwartz, Truman, 20, 138, 179, 180 $kyberg| Ro|f , 34 Sterling, Virgil, 96 Schwieren, Sandra, 83,198 Slagle, Gladys, 93,197 Stevens, William, 93,134 e , | - in io? Stewart, Jack, 93, 121, 145,238 Sclar, Irwin, 111,183 Sloan, Janet, 93,115,125 c j_l au _ qi ono „ Stewart, James, 145, 233, 236 Scott, Alden, 83,202 Slothower, Addison, 69, 145, 179, Seacat, Patricia, 75, 117, 179, 180, 180,239,241 Stewart, Sonja, 83, 137, 154, 168 202 Smebakken, Clay, 69,134 Stiegelmeyer, Carol, 83,129 Sealey, George, 83,138,180 Smebakken, Sharon, 39, 83, I 19, 1 37, Stiles, Patricia, 93,117 Searl, Charles, 103,130,199 196 Stoebner, Darrold, 24,141,223,226 Searle, John, 20, 107, 184, 185, 186, Smiley, John, 93, 141 Stoebner, Myron, 93, 126 192 Smith, Barbara, 20,22,69,129 - , n , e „ .,, btoecker, Uelores, 83, I4z Sechser, Sam, 107, 165, 167, 189, Smi+h cb; 75,138,179,180 - , . .- 192 btoel, hvonne, 6J ,- . , , Smith, Kirk Pat, 134, 230 c , , A , 7n llo Seeley, James, 69 Stoeveken, Audene, 70,119 Seibel, Willie, 93, 122, 230 Seiler, Barbara, 75, 192 Seller, Dorothy, 93, 192 Smi+hey ' Mar 9 are+ ' 70 ' ' l8 ' ' 19 St. Onge, Edward, 83 Seiler, Katherine, 69 Snoozy, Donald, 93, 141 Strawbridge, Milton, 83,138 Selberg, Donald, 103,134 Snoozy, William, 75 Strong, Bradley, 145,238 Selberg, Douglas, 103,134,198 Snyder, Dianne, 93,142 Stuben, Helen, 93,137 Selover, Peter, 83,126,199 Snyder, John, 93 Studenberg, Joseph, 70,202,203 Senftner, James, 93,122 Solem, Henry, 199 Sturges, Allan, 96 Shama.Kay, 93, 117, 137 Sommervold, Arlo, 138,185 Sullivan, Francis, 83 Shaw, Ann Louise, 22, 25, 33, 69, Sona, Janice, 42,57,83, 142 Su||ivari| Mary| ||7| |2 ? |97 137, |50, 161, 164 Sona ' Sandra ' 55 ' 93 ' M7 ' K2 ' ' 85 Sumner, Dean, 107 Shedd, Lois, 93 Sorenson, Arlis, 83, 190 Sumneri Harvey| 93 Sheldon, William, 119,130 Sorenson, James, 126 Swab, Jean, 93, I 19, 142 Shelsta, Lewis, 138 Sorenson, Shirley, 2 1 , 24, 83, 129 Swaln , Danie |, 2 4, 145 Sheppard, James, 93,130 Southwick, Harlan, 83 Sweeney, Darwin, 126 Sherman, Maurice, 110,183 Spear, Carol, 51,83,117,125 Swennes, John, 83 Shottenkirk, Avis, 69,119 Spears, William, 185 Swenson, Courtland, 93,138 Shumacher, Alan, 110, 183 S PJ ' Roberta - 83 ' ' ' ' Swick, Larry, 21, 70, 138, 202, 203 Siegloff, Harold, 75 Stadtfeld, Charles, 134 Smith, Roxie, 125 Stokes, Jean, 62,70, 117 Smith, Scott, 20, 141 r, no . ■ ,„ otone, Jams, I i I Siekmeier, Mary 83, 142, 163, 185, Stahly, Sandra, 93, 129, 173 198 Sieler, Denny, 75 Simmons, Carole, 83, 125, 249 Simmons, Jerry, 107, 126, 185, 192, 208 7 Stainbrook, Kenneth, 75, 191 Starr, Daniel, 130 Starzl, Margaret, 117 Tagtow, Gloria, 94, 115 Steilen, Donald, 100 Tammen, William, 111,183 Simmons. Thomas, 214 Steingraber, Jack, 145 Tarver, Virginia, 21,83,119,137 285 Taylor, Boyd, 103 At Walter, Newell, 94, 145 Taylor, Nancy, 84, 142, 163, 184, Cf Walters, David, 20 185, 198 Walters, James, 39, 76. 134, 171, Terwilliger, Donald, 130 Uecker, Robert, 75, 130 172, 198 Thanos, Alex, 75,229 Ufford, Keith, 84,138,180 Waltner, Lynette, 84,137.180 Tharpe, Douglas, 84,181 Ufford, Pat, 94,133,202 Waring, James, 100,180 Thorn, Francis, 75,146,179,180 Unruh, Darlene, 75,117,202,203 Warner, Melvin, 247 Thomas, Robert, 84 Urbanyi. Maria, 84,119,181 Wartenhorst, James, 103, 187 Thomason, Thomas L, 110,183 Watson, Dwane, 70,134 Thompson, Lawrence, 94,119,141, - Waugh, Donna, 192 230 ty Waugh, Donald, 189, 192 Thomson, Martha, 94,115,137 Weaver, Janice, 21,84,142 Thoreson, Karen, 94, 115, 142, 202, Valandry, David, 141 Webb Forrest 141 247 203 Vandel, Grace, 21,84, 142, 185, 197 WeberC , eone| ||7 Thornton, Robert, 94 , 7 Vanden Berge, Mary Jo, 103. 137. Weeks. James. 76 Throckmorton, Douglas, 161, 196 1 65 Tichner, Larry, 230 Van Hove, Eugene, 76 Tichy, James, 84 Van Liere, Raymond, 138 Tichy, Jerome James, 70 Van Veldhuizen, Donald, 94, 141 Tiesen, Gary, 84 Van Why, John, 76,138 Tisher, Craig, 94,121,134 Van Wyhe, Dicky Dale, 183 Titmarsh, John, 110 Vaughn, Raymond, 121 Toft, Eleanor, 62,75,137 Vedral, Donald, 84 Torkelson, Robert, 84,200 Veenker, Ronald, 94.134 Torrison, Ann, 70,133 Veitch, Carol, 84,142,163 -r • ,«„ .i ,,, ,nr White, Carl J., 21, 84, 126, 152, Tomson, Norman, 108 Ve llenga Joan, 84, 117, 137, 185, |6? m |?9 m , g(? Tosch, William, 75,155,202 192,198 |% t li r ioi Veren, Thomas, 134 ..,■.. , , „„ , „ r , , -, Trankle, George, 126 White, Jackson, 84,145,163 t • d-ii- i iic ia Vickery, Gordon, 100, 196 „ ».-» ,-.. , ™ Travis, Bilhe Jean, 115,142 " Whitmore, William, 134,188 Treganza, Mary Jane, 84,137,165 Vickerv ' Gwendo| y n ' l% Wicks, John, 21,84,155,163,173, Viehweg, Richard, 84, 145 202 203 Treick, Ronald, 39, 75 |fj Trimble, Charles, 75, 146 203 Wehde, John, 134, 197 Weidner, Earl, 94, 122 Welch, Frank, 70 Welter, James, 183 Wemmering, Fred, 100, 208 Wendt. Shirley Mae, 115, 181 Wenzel, Darrel, 201 Wexler, Robert, III, 183 Whalen, Ronald, 214 Trimble, Nelson, 75, 146 Vj sser, Harold, 96 Wickstrom, John, 103 Widmayer, Ruben, 107 r l i o mi Vlaanderen, Thomas, 145, 230 Troske, LeRoy, 103 Williams, Albert, 141 Vohs, Ralph, 103, 126 Truss, Suzanne, 179 Williams, David, 138 Von Seggern, James, 126 Trygstad, Kenneth, 134 Williamson, Virgie, 22, 55, 84, 129, Vrooman, David, 248 Tschetter, Robert A., 20, 24, 84, 126, l6J ' W l89 ' l92 Winans, Mary Ann, 76, 119, 137, Tschetter, Robert L, 107 jUI 202,203 Turner, John, 100,134 Winckler, Lewis. 84 Tutsch, Roy, 94,230 Waddel. Marilyn, 76,119 Wingert, Klaas, 192,197 Tuttle, Ardis, 84,119,199 Wagner, Robert, 84,146 Wingert, Marvin, 111,183.197 Tyler, Robert, 141,152,247 Wahl, Adiel, 126 Wingert, Robert, 76,155,197 286 Winjum, Janice, 84, 119, 125,202, Worden, James, 187 203 Wright, Donald, 134 Winter, Mary Helen, 84, 200 Wuertz, Robert, 103, 122, 187 Winter, Nancy, 70,137 Wurtz, Lyle, 103 Wiseman, Merritt, 134, 188 Wittmayer, Lorence, 103, 145 Wold, Richard, 134, 153, 233, 235 Wold, Sylvester, 39, 76, 138, 200 Woodle, De Elda, 70, 125, 187 Woodle, Gary, 84,134 Yeado, Robert, 126 Woods, Mary, 142,163,179 Young, Donald, 94 Woodward, June, 39,84,137 Young, Marlene, 137 7 Zieser, R.James, 107, 122, 126, 192 Zimmerman, Robert, 134 M 287 J9SS Gifrte £ta$ Walbcfj OUen Editor SeH SluWHtkal Business Manager Carl White Assistant Editor ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS ACTIVITIES Carol Veitch Les Duly Richard Nelson Beverly Beatty Nancy Taylor COPY EDITOR Les Duly RELIGION Mary Elcman ART EDITOR dccihcm cc p- l r rc.rU RESIDENCES Kicn t ' orsuch .... n Nila Berry Laura Gutz PUBLICITY DIRECTOR Jack White MILITARY Alan Raby STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHERS George Bogdos ATHLETICS John Wicks Bob Moore SECTION EDITORS: INDEX Lila Risty Jim Carnahan AT USD Janice Lloyd Julie Piatt INDIVIDUAL PICTURES Lynn ' s Studio STUDENT LIFE Bob Haeder VANITY FAIR PHOTOGRAPHER Harlan Peterson Gene ' s Studio BEAUTY PRINTERS Editors Midwest-Beach Co. 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