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

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■ P- ' J .-XOTf I WW ' ■ ■•• UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA ERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA • • - • .»■•-. V. u. ' .V .t - • ' V. ■j n tf ■■ i •■ ■ II ■ M •• a ' ■ ' • " . ' j V • • HMt ' » . ■ Si " ' THE CROWD ADMINISTRATION ACADEMICS . . . COOPERATION RELIGION. . . . HONORARIES. . ■ ■ mm ATHLETICS MILITARY GLAMOUR MB Life at U.S.D. is growth within an academic and social structure. The growth comes in the form of a more mature intellect and a greater ability to function successfully within society. More important than this is the fact that it provides an atmosphere for the open evaluation of new ideas and the reevaluation of old ones; this in turn pro- duces free-thinking and intelligent in- dividuals. Z : Jl -LI mLl 10 Aside from providing the intellectual at- mosphere in which the growth of the student takes place, the University also provides the proper physical environ- ment for the cultivation of this atmosphere. 1 1 12 In contrast to the loneliness of a single student on his way to class in the early morning, is the security of the vast crowd gathered at Inman field for the annual Dakota Day football game. 13 _A 14 Education takes place in many ways and in many places. At the University the three main channels of the educa- tional process are individual and small group instruction, large group instruc- tion, and, most important, informa- tional feedback between students. - Very few empty places in the old library lead one student, in desperation, to the parking lot by the Education School to find a place for intellectual pursuit. Awaiting occupation is the deserted new library, while a method of trans- porting books is solicited by the administration. The literature that is studied, as well as other learning, often applies directly to student life. Dryden ' s phrase " What passion cannot Music raise and quell! " could be aptly applied to this conflict in the Coyote Student Center Grill. 18 " Had we but world enough, and time, This coyness, lady, were no crime. " -Andrew Marvel- 19 In the transition of power at the University, President E. Q. Moulton discusses present ideas and plans for the future with retiring President I. D Weeks. At left the new president performs one of his more pleas- ant duties. President Moulton addressed the first annual Greek convocation at which trophies were awarded to the social fraternity and so- rority with the highest grade point averages. Accepting the trophy for Kappa Alpha Theta was Marilyn Comp and Larry Zafft represented Beta Theta Pi. 21 j Excitement radiates from the faces of the Miss Dakota contestants as the winner is announced. Miss Magnhild Pettersen, Miss Dakota 1966, receives a gracious smile and a bouquet of roses from Ruth Ann Ellwein, Miss Dakota 1965. 22 As composure is regained the queen and her court pose for the photographer. From left to right are Nancy Seager, Sandra Utesch, Magnhild Pettersen, Mary M.Olson, Mary Ann Connors. 23 In preparation for Dakota Day Van Johnson -soothes his Dakota Day committee with a bit of music, while the Delts aid the Pi Phis in float construction. 24 President Moulton seems a bit ap- prehensive about the Dakota Day football game as he watches amid the cheers of students. Perhaps he knew w e would lose more than the football to South Dakota State, as Mike Pieplow, student body president, can attest. Er$f lSHKyp 25 As always, the Dakota Day parade abounds with lovely floats and lovelier girls. Two of the prize winners this year were those created by Chi Omega Sorority, below, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, above. 26 Honorary Dakota Day Parade Marshall, Dean Warren Lee, and his wife chat with a parade enthusiast. Later, Marshall Lee and his wife are joined by President Moulton and his family for a grand- stand view of the parade while a little girl gets an elevated view of it all. Spring fever struck a little early this Mar in the form of Christmas demonstra- tion. However, it did not seem to effect the orphans at the annual Dolt Christ- mas party as they opened their gifts. 29 30 U. S. D. debaters turned in a fine performance this year as always, as exem- plified by Dennis Holub and Jim Villone, shown above receiving their awards as national winners in the speech contest. Celebrities and attractions making the scene at U.S.D. were many and varied; ranging from a talk given by prominent author, Vance Packard, to the music of the We Five. 31 " Another opening of a Strollers ' Show, " sing the Strollers at the beginning of the 1967 Strollers Show. The annual vaudeville pro- duction is an all-student show and requires many long hours of work on the part of those involved. Below, the Strollers pled- ges stage their annual skit while the audience waits impatiently for the judges ' decision. 32 Puppets who tried human life for a while but decided it wasn ' t for them was the theme of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon-Chi Omega show. The Phi Delta Theta-Pi Beta Phi theme was a chess game with a human chess set, and the love game was won when the kings traded queens. 33 Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha Xi Delta teamed up to take second place in Strollers with an act about a conflict between fast clocks and slow clocks who decide to " keep time with people. " Alpha Tau Omega and Kappa Alpha Theta took top honors with " Spirit of ' 67 " , a show about Americanism and patriotic spirit in modern life. For Jerry Melcher, co-director of the show, all the long hours of practice and worry are for- gotten in the moment of victory. Miss Debbe Molitor reigns as Miss University, with a lovely court of Uni- versity coeds. Below, Debbe is also chosen to reign as Miss South Dakota in the pageant held in Hot Springs. 36 Amid smiles and tears, accom- panied by the flash of sabers, new members of Guidon, junior women ' s honorary, are chosen. At left, a new Guidon passes under an arch of sabers with the active member who has just " trapped " her. Another military event occurring in the spring is the annual military review, at which outstanding cadets in ROTC are honored. At right, Guidon Captain Karen Hassinger pins a medal on a deserving cadet. 37 Top vocal form was displayed in the Inter-fraternity Sing and Swingout, the annual song com- petitions among fraternities and women ' s housing units. The win- ners, shown at top left and bottom right, were Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Two campus honor aries, Mortar Board and Omicron Delta Kappa, tapped the well-spring of prom- ising students at the University at the annual events. Susan Johnson, new president of Mortar Board, is congratulated by in- cumbent, Mary Fuller, and Tom Henry, upper right, receives a handshake from Ray DeVilbiss for being chosen president of Omicron Delta Kappa. itr M. 40 A favorite activity of South Dakota stu- dents is the rodeo. This year U.S.D. hosted the National Collegiate Rodeo. From barrel racing to brahma bull riding, the onlookers as well as the participants thoroughly enjoyed the con- test. 41 TRAVELING TROPHV FOR IRST ANNUAL Fie-eating contests, three-legged races, and many other events were all a part of the first annual Flushbowl Tournament. Sponsored by the Student Union, the event was a contest between the various housing units for the trophy, shown at upper left, from which the tournament derives its name. 42 rs Another spring event was the traditional Alpha Tau Omega- Sigma Alpha Epsilon tug-of- war. Taking the prize this year were the men of igma Alpha Epsilon; the ATO ' s had to swim the river. At last the long hours of cramming, writing, and listening to lectures comes to an end: the black-robed figures come joyously, solemnly, proudly, and sadly to receive their diplomas. This year commencement exercises were held at Inman Field, with special Ceremonies honoring retiring President Weeks. 44 45 THE CROWD ADMINISTRATION EDITOR: NANCY CARLSON Edward Q. Moulton assumed duties as the twelfth president of the University in July, 1966. President Moulton is a foreward-looking man dedicated to improving the University on all levels. The new administration believes that the success of a student after graduation depends largely upon the caliber of institution from which he graduated; it is to this belief that the intended improvements are dedicated. Believing that communication with students is a very important aspect of administration, President Moulton instituted twice monthly student " Breakfast with the President. " Students have been put on many administrative committees; a campus beautification program is in the late planning stages; nearly complete freedom from censorship has been given student journalismjrestrictionson the freedom of various student committees are now virtually non-existent, allowing for moves ranging from the petition for more liberal women ' s hours to a student demonstration asking for an elimination of mandatory class attendence. These are merely pioneering efforts. President Moulton views the future of the University as a great one for a growing liberal Midwestern university. President Moulton has held various administrative and teaching posts at Ohio State University, Michigan State University, Auburn University, and the University of California. He received his BS at Michigan State, his MS at Louisiana State University, and his PhD from the University of California at Berkeley. All of his degrees are in engineering; he is a registered professional engineer. His wife, Joy, is a graduate of the University of California and holds an MS from Wellesley College. She was an instructor in physical education at Ohio State. Dr. and Mrs. Moulton have four children. President and Mrs. Moulton PRESIDENT MOULTON VIEWS THE FUTURE Myron A. Hutcheson VICE PRESIDENT FOR DEVELOPMENT Myron A. Hutcheson assumed duties as Vice President for Development on July 1, 1966. He coordinates a number of non-academic functions including community and publ ic relations publications, foundation efforts and relations with industry and organizations, and government relations. He is Alumni Secretary and directs alumni relations from his office. Hutcheson was at Ohio University for eight years where he served as director of student aid and director of the Ohio University Fund. 50 Van C. Johnson DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS Dean Van C. Johnson coordinates the various departments provided for in the division of Student Affairs. These include the Health Service, Counseling Service, Student Aids, Pre-College Counseling, Foreign Student Advisor, and the counsel of the Associate and Assistant Deans of Student Affairs, the Admissions and Registrar ' s offices. Also within the realm of Student Affairs are some activities designed to enrich the educational experiences of the student, such as Religious Activities, Student Publications, and Student Government. 51 Howard Connors ASSOCIATE DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS A new office created this year by Pres- ident Moulton is that of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs, filled by Dean Howard Connors. This office includes many of the responsibilities formerly under the Office of the Dean of Men. Dean Connors counsels men, takes care of the discipline of men students, is in charge of housing, including selection and training of dorm counselors, and the advising of the fraternity system. The maintenance of the " Coyote Calendar, " and the Lost and Found Service are some of his responsibilities. Dean Connors advises Phi Eta Sigma. 52 Valena H. Burke ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS Another new office, that of the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, is filled by Dean Valena H. Burke. Dean Burke counsels women students and takes care of discipline problems. She is in charge of all women ' s housing units, including counselors and housemothers in both dorms and sorority houses. The granting of special permissions and the awarding of board jobs to women fall under her jurisdiction. Dean Burke advises A.W.S. Mortar Board, Panhellenic Council, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Guidon. S3 The State Administration, headed by Governor Nils Boe, and the Board of Regents are very important to all state colleges and universities, in their administration and operation. The State legislature appropriates money for the school to run on, and deals each year with legislation concerning the University. The South Dakota Board of Regents, appointed by the Governor, sets many of the rules which schools must follow, and their approval must often be met with before some campus policies can be car- ried out. Governor Nils Boe STATE ADMINISTRATION W MM I H zm ■ « NJ Board of Regents 54 BUSINESS OFFICE Business Manager Fred Muhmel directs the complex workings of the University Business Office. The Business Office staff, of about twenty, is responsible for all the non-academic operations of the University. These include such diversified duties as accounting for student registration funds, working with student loans, keeping student accounts straight, and taking care of the financial affairs of the campus dormitories. Fred Muhmel REGISTRAR Miss Irene Burton assumes responsibilitiy as director of one of the busiest offices on campus, the University registrar ' s office. Aided by a year-old IBM filing system, the office keeps a record of each student enrolled at the University and his classification, and aids the students in such capacities as the issuing of transcripts, editing the University catalog, and assessing fees. Irene Burton 55 I. D. Weeks Library I. D. WEEKS LIBRARY Many new innovations became a part of the Uni- versity of South Dakota library system when Virgil Massman took over the Directorship of Libraries. One source of benefit for the students is " open stacks " for all, giving greater opportunity to the individual for study. Miss Ruth Bergman, head librarian, and her staff have had a busy year moving the contents of the old library to the new I.D. Weeks Library which was ready for use this spring. The new building, accommodating 600 stu- dents and 300,000 books, alleviates the crowded conditions of the former structure. Ruth Bergman, Head Librarian, and Virgil Massman. Director of Libraries. Library Staff 56 Dr. Thomas E. Eyres STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE Dr. Thomas E. Eyres has been the director of the University Student Health Center since 1948. He and his staff have recorded over 500 student and non-student patients each week of the past year. Every full-time University student is entitled to receive care at the center and a complete health record is kept for each student who makes use of the student health facilities. UNIVERSITY POLICE FORSE The University of South Dakota police force performs the necessary duties of keeping law and order on the campus. Due to the increase in the number of student-owned vehicles each year, the force has a large responsibility in check- ing for traffic and parking violations. These men deserve much credit for their very capable performance. University Police Force. 57 DEAN OF STUDENT GUIDANCE AND COUNCEUNG Serving the University students as a professional counselor again this year is Dr. Robert Knapp, whose duties are vocational, educational and personal guidance. His various duties include coordinating the plans of Orientation programs. He is responsible for the preparation and distribution of the Student Handbook of Information, as well as directing the testing program for incoming freshmen. Under his supervision, also, are the personal records on all students , and the assignment of students to faculty advisors. Dr. Robert H. Knapp NEWS BUREAU DIRECTOR Director of University Relations is Mr. William Gibson who is in charge of the News Bureau. The underlying duties of this position include supervising and assisting in all University publications. This entails photography as well as the communications media releases. The News Bureau issues the USD Morning Report and the USD News Bulletin which is sent out to parents. Alumni publications are sent out through Mr. Gibson. He is editorial assistant to the Student Board of Publications and is a member of the Special Events Committee. William Gibson 58 8 fetal c H H ;f-. S SH ' wS fe lw ' ? DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AFFAIRS University students in need of loans, grants, or financial aid are well aware of Douglas Steckler ' s position. Mr. Steckler helps fi nd employment for students and wives of students as well as awarding board jobs. He administers the University Training Program for freshmen, and is in charge of all federal support programs, such as the National Defense Loan plan, the College Work Study Program, and the Educational Opportunity Grants, plus the South Dakota Higher Education and Loan Program. The busy Mr. Steckler is also a member of the Scholarship Committee. Douglas Steckler EXTENSION DIVISION Robert D. Falk has held the position of Director of the University of South Dakota Extension Division for twenty-two years. The Extension Division functions to provide educational opportunities for all those who cannot attend the University as full time students. This service was first offered in 1919, and has continued to grow since its organization. Robert D. Falk 59 BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS Vern L. Cadwell Buildings anrl Grounds Crew Serving as Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds is Vern L. Cadwell. Keeping up the campus appearance and maintaining building specifications are Mr. Cadwell ' s major responsibilities. The people whose responsibility it is to carry out the many functions and duties connected with the various departments under the heading of Buildings and Grounds are members of the Professional staff. DIRECTOR OF INSTITUTIONAL STUDIES Dr. Merrill Baker, Administrator for Institutional Studies, is responsible for coordinating such sponsored research and training programs as the Federal Support Program. In addition, he centrally coordinates and analyzes the physical facilities of the University, assigns these facilities, schedules classes, and studies the utilization of the space. He is responsible for keeping track of building and remodeling projects, research labs and other related responsibilities. Dr. Merrill T. Baker 60 PHYSICAL PLANT DIRECTOR Head of the University Physical Plant is Stephen J. Graf, who has charge of all operations such as the water plant, the light plant, and the power plant, as well as other similar responsibilities. It is his duty to see that all these operations are functioning properly and are serving the University at all times. Stephen J. Graf DIRECTOR OF MUSEUMS Dr. James H. Howard, full professor of sociology and anthropology, heads " The Dakota Museum, " and also teaches all courses in the field of anthropology. Dr. Howard collects and purchases samples and specimens for the museum. The Dakota Museum is classified as a general museum and includes displays from various areas such as natural history, palientology, mineralogy, physical anthropology, archeology, and ethnology. Also in- cluded is a rotating art exhibit. Through the museum, " The Museum News " is published six times a year. Dr. James H. Howard 61 R. E. Waide, Union Director I ' he wheel turns, the spokes re- volve, the university moves fore- ward to meet the demands of the well-rounded student. The Coyote Student Center, under the direction of R. E. Waide, acts as the hub of the functioning body. Not only does the Center provide students and faculty with a congenial atmosphere for dis- cussing campus-shaking events, but it also has become the center of student recreation and week- end diversions. Where else on campus could you find a ride to Mexico City, win a TV, see an old friend, or learn of a European tour? Proposed add- itions to the Coyote Union will enlarge the already enormous possibilities. Students meet at the Union Staff NEW COYOTE STUDENT 62 These are the obvious functions any union performs, but what goes on behind the meeting room doors? This is where the Coyote Student Center plays its most influential role. A major issue before the Student Senate, the punishment of wrongs by the JD Board, approval of women ' s hours by AWS, scholastic achievement incentives b y Guidon — all these seldom mentioned activities, decisions, and policy procedures are being transacted daily by throngs of people who pass through the halls of the Coyote Center (on the average of 5,300 per month.) Some of these people are included in the 1,068 people who are found in the Grill daily, or eat the 1,750 meals served each day in the dining hall. Coyote Center grill W. Smith, Assistant Union Director Judy Aldrich, Program Director Union Staff CENTER MEETS MANY NEEDS 63 ACADEMICS EDITOR-. ROBERTA ANDERSON 1 f Dean Elbert Harrington College of Arts and Sciences If ' , Dean Warren Lee College of Fine Arts Dean John Scarlett School of Law Dean R.l . Patterson i hi Business -A m. Dean Walter Hard School of Medicine I Dean Mark W. Delzell School of Education { W ! t, PI f m ' 1 i A Dean Wayne Gutzman Graduate School Dean Florence Kuntz School of Nursing Robert Adams Sherry Barton Donald Bebeau Crwin Behrendt William Bergman Richard Boettcher Bruce Branson Thomas Buckley John Cederberg Beatrice Chaffee ' Sylvester Clifford Dell Colwell John Cayne James Croake Walter Gray Allan A. Hampshire Alexander Hartman M.M. Hasse Lorraine Hays Stephen Dill William Eckman John Ferrell Gale Fisher Millard Foor John Frank Charles Frick Sr Sherwin Grassl Carl I J. P, Ji n Harold Joi dan Andrew Karantinos Olen Kraus Richard 1 a Rue i i.i -I i Alton Lee Arthur L. Miller Frank Miller James Munro Lois Nelson James Narveson Manuel Naranjo Quentin Oleson Harry Olson Thelma Olson Richard Oppedahl Don Otto Haki Ozbek Holly Pederson Fre d Peterson John Powell Wallace Raab Mary Raszkowski Thomas Risk Marvin Rist O.Z. Robertson Herbert S. Schell Raymond Schroeder George Scott Joe Simmons Robert Stevenson Wilber Stillwell Robert Stoner Francis Streim James Taylor Teddy Tower John Van Win- Charles Weisbrod Fred Zuercher Nancy Zuercher J.N. Spencer E, Michael Spicer Raleigh Steinbach E.W. Sterling John Blackburn Stephen Byrnes Richard Clark Leonard Andera Itobert Arneson Gary Bahr David Bergren Sandra Jassmann Patrick Lacey Allen Lang Stratton Laggis SCHOOL OF LAW Marlin Lessman Michael Lyons Dennis Marsh Robert Michaels Charles Thompson Mike Walsh Fred White Richard Zeigler Harold AdUM James Adams George Bergh Robert Block Jerry Bratbery Richard Bray Lllla Breyer Mike Brown Mark Bullock John Carter SCHOOL OF Robert Hoard Richard Hohm Tim Hopkins Carrol Isbury Tony Javurek David Johnson Bruce Jorgenson Kenyon Kramer Jim Kullbom Roger Kunz John Lamey Thomas Lyons Curt Mark Robert Myers Bill Nelson Norman Neu Dennis Noteboom John Nylund Dennis Olson Rodney Parry MEDICINE Theodore Stehly Vernon Stensland Gary Stephenson Raymond Townsend Bill Tschetter Dave Walker Sheldon Ward Gary Welsh Archie Whittemore Jon Wubbena Richard AWUI I.oroy Anderson Carol Arbuckle Mike Arndt I-loyd Bach GRADUATE Robert Bruce George Burns Maurice Cady Dennis Carlson Frank Chi Richard Clemetson Duane Cole Delane Dalton Henry Deboer Arlan Diamond Richard Dolan Cathleen Donahue Chester Duerre Thomas Dunstan Doris Egbert Gary Egbert Arnold Emry Richard Fabricus Robert Feanke Richard Flisrand Faryl Foster SCHOOL Gordon Fuhr Robert Gentry Dennis Gibbs William Greenhalgh John Hall Jerry Handfield Alvin Hanson David Henry Jim Hilgenberg Lyle Hinrichs Romona Hofkamp Harlan Hofkamp Jon Howdeshele Sister Marccne Immel Gary Jameson Virgil Johnson Marjorie Jones Roy Jones Stephen Jones Alain Kahel Pete Karabatsos Charles Kauffman Ina Rae Kramer Robert Krause LdiJtf George Kuo Harold Lachel Sally Lau Dennis Landergott Alan Lange Janice Lange Russ Leslie Marjorie McNeil Donald Meeks Larry Monfore Robert Morris Richard Moos Gene Nichols Jon Nieme David Olson Jung Ja Park Bruce Peat Marty Peterson Terry R. Peterson Robert Pierson Tony Pitkin Richard Ploeger Donald Potter Anita Proffitt Paul Ray Stella Sallu Mohammed Samrah Curtis Schryer Tom Smith Fred Steele James Stoeckmann Lon Tabor Hugh Townsend Marvin Van Kekerix James Veltkamp John Verdon Jane Wang Dorsay Winthers Joe Wipf John Zellhoefer Paul Zweiacher N t - A SENIORS 79 Don Abbott Larry Abrahamson Duane Aman Sandra Amondson Carol Anderson Charles Anderson Grant Anderson James Anderson Joan Anderson Walt Anderson Arnie Appelt Cindy Appelt Laura Ashley Katherine Azelton David Baade Arlyn Baah Chuck Bahmson Nichola Ballard Sue Bantz Jeane Barber John Battin James Baumann Mary Beaty William Behrend Gurney Bellhof Barb Benkelman Allen Bieberdorf Robert Bingaman Larry Blackman Donald Bobzien Ray Boetel Lauren Bolks N ina Boomgarden Diana Braakman George Brandoff Roger Bromert Eunice Brower Ken Brown Rene Brown John Bruner Patricia Bruns Bonnie Brychta James Buchanan James Bunt 111 J Paul Burgan Gary Burdlck Rosemary Byrne Danny Cain u % fl£ Mary Ellen Caldwell Gale Camerer Ed Campbell Francis Campbell Marlln Campbell Ronald Campbell Linda Carlson Sharon Chaffee Ed Chalus Pat Chambers Ann Chausee ' Jim Christensen Patrick Christopherson Jan Clark Rodney Colvin Marilyn Comp Keith Conklin Mary Connors Sandy Conover Tom Conway Tom Cooper Ronald Cork Bruce Corning Donald Covey Linda Crampton Mary Crandall Alan Cross Bob Crayne Tim Cusick Joyce Dalton David Daniels Lon Danlelson Bonnie Danish Danny Darrington Henry Decker Carol Demers Judith De Garlis Marjorie De Vaney Darrelyn Diamond Tom Dice Neal Diltz Karen Dislery Jim Dodson Stuart Doescher Patricia Dolan Duane Donat Robert Dreue Margaret Dunlap Becky Dunn Maureen Dunn Dale Dutt Judy Dvoracek Connie Dvorak Donna Dyer Daniel Eberlein James Eckerman Charles Edelman Michelle Eichman Karin Eide Nancy Ellwein Marius Endresen Susan E Hyson Mike Engelhart Julie Ericson Afciii I i.m I i -n ' kson John Krickson I.inda F.steiilng John Kwert Dean Flckbohm Billy Fields Nancy Fields Peg Finnlgan Vivian Fischer Donald Fish Ralph Flanagan Manny Ford Pam Forney James Fox Tom Foy Charles Francis Richard Francis Beverly Frank Sandra Frazier James Freeman Richard Furr Henry Gaffney Tom George Laurence Gill Judy Glass Clay Ann Goetz Duke Goodell Linda Goodell William Gowin David Grant Pam Graver Gary Gray Donald Gregoire Lynn Gross Larry Gullickson Linda Gunge Barbara Gurdin George Hamp Cynthia Harksen Rich Harris Laura Hastings Robert Hastings Karen Hassinger Jerry Hauck Maxine Hayme James Huren Richard Hegstrom Micheal Held Marum Hendriksen Bob Hennlngsen Tom Henry Barb Hesla Jane Hlnkhouse Lee Hinkley Karen Hins William Hins Carol ii. i.i 1 1 Allen H.ii .in Lee Ann Hahn Maylan Haller Barbara Hall Larry Hansen Michael Hanson David Halllster Pete Horner Louise Holtkamp Wade Hubbard Sharon Huber Lawrene Huff Larry Hultgren Edwin Humphrey James Huss Jane Hyldahl Joe Ideker Sharon Issenhuth Frances Jacobsen David Jackson Alvin I, Jambor Steve James Dave Jensen Cynthia Jensen Jeanette Jepson Jim Johnson James Johnson Miriam Johnson Sarah Johnson Sue Johnson Linda Jones Thomas W. Jones Mary Kahil La Nyce Kahler Roger Kaufman Carol Kaupp James Keane Mike Kehwald Jim Keitges Gelbert Keith James Kelly Kirk Kemmish Lola Kennedy Helen Kephart Kent Kimball Bill Kingdon James Kingsbury Harley Kirschenman Fred Klein Donald Kobal Val Kobza Thomas Kolker Jim Kreger Kenny Kriens Diane Kumpf W f ■■ HBh TO Christina I.acey Ellen Loe Charles Lamb Barbara Lamport I, ana Lang Donald Larsen Arne B. Larson Lawrence Larson Lawrence O. Larson Roger Larson Jo Ann Lovre Robert Leiferman Lloyd Liken Adrienne Logsdon Dennis Louneen Martin Longhenry Verna Ann Longwood Ronald E. Lorensberg Barbara Lorenzen Larry Lundeen Mary Mc Bride Robert Mc Bride Frances Mc Cabe Dennis Mc Carthy Dalton Mc Mahon Kathy Mc Minernee David Mc Nally John Mc Neil J. P. Manning Marion Manning Merrill Martin Dave Maske Linda Mason Jack D. Mason Virginia Medin Jerome Melcher David Merkley Donna Merritt Richard Meyer Bill Michailidis Mike Michels Jim Miller Gary Miller Merle Miller Dave Mitchell Lynette Mohacek Robert A. Moore Kelly Morgan Walt Moro Penny Moxness Patricea Majewsky Andrea Nelson Connie Nelson Larry Nelson Don Newbold Kathy Niedert nnn Jim Nixon Nancy Norman Paul Norman Wendell Noteboom Steve Nord Judith Nusz Terry O ' Donnell Ronald dinger Jim Olson Mary C. Olson Mary M. Olson Rodney Palmer Lorrie Parezo Charles Park Bob Pearson Virginia Pedersen Mike Pieplow Carl Peterson Mary Jo Petersen Teryl Pickard Denny Pierson Carl Pinard Louise Pontius Carol Porter Bob Pratt Pat Pratt Rick Stone Carol Pritchard Judy Quam Robert Rassmussen Richard Ravinsborg Renee Redman Thomas Rehorst Thomas Reid Lynn Reiqelts Ron Resler Lynn Riecke Morris Risty Paul Roesler Jim Rogers Carol Romerein Eugene Rowenhorst John Rozell Charles Russell Ray Rylance Marilyn Sammerval d Judy Sanderson Kay Sauer Carolyn Schaefer Dan Scaefer Donald Scheller Michael Schirber John Schliessmann Larry Schrag Reed Schrag Sharon Schrag A - OL Charles Schuett Merlyn Schuh Gary Schulke Joe Schulke Wendell Schwartz Nancy Seager Allan Seaver Sharon Sebring Darrell Seeman Neal Seipp Ben Severson Kenneth Silvernail Merlyn Simkins Merna Sinkevich Jim Skoglund Charles F. Slagle James L. Slattery Janet Stonebarger Henry Smith Jane Smith Loretta Smith Peggy Ann Smith Marilyn Solin Larry Speckles Jack Steele Doug Stewart Randy Stiles Mary Ann Streff Doug Stonebarger Holly Stotz Brian Stuart Dwlght Summy Curt Svalstad Maynard Sweeley Mary Szymanskl Carol Tadlock Jay Tapken Michelle Tapken Ronald Ted row Jim Titus Jim Thomas Jean Thompson Rick Thompson James Thomson Clayton Thornber Alan Thorson Thomas Tonner Stanley Tomono Susan Townsend Curtis Trapp Harold Troger Larry Twait Sandra Utesch Bill Van Camp Gary Van Overschelde Mary Van Ravensaay .lark .in Wold James aughn ande Weei i John enekamp Paul Vlckerman John Vlncenl Virgi Voelzke Kenneth Vogele Lynn Von Seggern David Wagner- Dan Walenta Patrick Walsh Susan Weiger Gary Wenell Jean Whitmore Vince Whitted Don Wiken Doug Wiken Gary Will Ed Williams Gary Wissink Bill Wittrig Judy Wittrig Carol Wubbena Donald Zahm Diane Zeigler Kathy Zelenka OLD MAIN JUNIORS 97 Lavid Aaker Curtifl Abrahamson William J. Ackerman Gary Adams I mda Addy Larry Ahrendt Larry Alquist Katherine Alvls Larry Aman George Ambrosius Marsha Amiss James Anderl Craig Alan Andersen Carl Anderson Monte L. Anderson Charles Allen Andersen Monte Anker Lorraine Kay Appel James Appelwick Terry Archer Victoria Arrundale Jackie Austin Mike Austin Gaylord Avery George Bader Janice Bader Susan Bachmayer Michael G. Bailey Robert Ballard Jim Balster Kenneth Baltzer Mary Banbury Betty Bancroft Bruce Barents Ellen Barnes Thomas H. 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Stumer Sullivan Diane Sullivan Daniel Suter . Swartzbaugh Bai bai a Swane Howard Sweum Terry Swensen Mary Swenson i mi. i Swlden Jefl Sylllaasen Dee ralli Cheryl Tames Virginia Tauber Barrel Taylor James Tesch Cindy Thoene Barry Thompson Denis Thompson Jan is Thompson Orvin D. Thompson Paul Thompson Curtis Thoreson Donald Thury Deila Tidball Stuart Tiede Tamara Tieman Michael Titus Wm. Dave Tomowsky Jean Torkelson Guy Trudeau Jane Arlene Trudeau Melvin Trudeau Duke Tufty Greg Twedt Norman Twedt Ward Twedt Aleda Tysver Marilyn Ulil Marjorie Underway Peder Vagle Ronald Vanden Berg Carol Van den Brink Sheila Vander Pol Ralph Van der Worste Russell Vander Shaai Jim Vander Wilt Gail Van Dyke Robert Van Nice Oral Van Sickle Jacklyn Van Westen Robert Villier Mary Ann Vlahakis Karen Voorhees Lyle Labau Greg Wadhams Cynthia Waggener Steve Waggoner Barbara Wagman John Wagner Virginia Wagner Delores Wahlin David Waitt Paul Waletich John Walsh Clora Walters Carol Walters Annette Wanpler Marcia Warner Ronald Watson Keary Weber Marlene Weber Dawn Wedeking Jack Welbel Elaine Weisz Mary Jane Welch Richard Wells Jameo Wessman Lorene West Dennis Westphal Gary Westra Mark Wetmore Linda Whalen Judy Wherry Thomas Whitehawk Harlan Wickre Ann Wioldos Patricia Wiechert Jerald Wikert Jerald Wilcox Irene Wilson Marlyn Wilson Stephen Wilson James Winckler Elton Winters Ellen Winstead David Wipf Ken Witt Sandra Witt Michele Wolter Myra Wolterman Frank Wood James Woodford Allayne Wooley Paula Worster Ruth Ann Wright James Wujck Beverly Wurtz Don Gene Yeager Katherine Yeoman Judith Zabdyr Arlan Zastrow Rick Zeitner Leslie Zenk 155 COOPERATION RELIGION EDITOR: JAMS HEBERT Campus religious leaders are: Row 1; Pastor Hackler, Father Doyle, Rev. Moe. Row 2; Pastor Narveson, Father Flannery, R.E. Waide, Rev. Adams. RELIGION ON CAMPUS Located in the center of campus, Danforth Chapel provides a place for thought and meditation. 159 Members of the Canterbury Club are: Back Row: Sonny Onwuchekwa, Bob Clark, Bill Fuller, Stephen Wilson, Ben Jones, Dennis Hogarth. Front Row; Margaret Pratt, Janet Schenk, Diane Say lor, Carla Hedrick, Bob Moore, Ude Okorie, Rev. Douglas Hiza. CANTERBURY CLUB The Episcopalian organiza- tion of college students meet periodically for discussion groups and social events. Rev. Douglas Hiza leads the students in these religious activities, and frequent speakers provide programs of interest for college stu- dents. 160 Members of Wesley Foundation are: Rev. Peter Moe, Jerry Isaman, Howard Sterling, Russell Dick, Ron Fahy, Carol Ann Anderson, Virginia M. Pederson, Diana Denlinger, Katy Oster WESLEY FOUNDATION The Methodist student or- ganization meets each Sun- day evening for films, dis- cussion of churc h-related topics, visiting speaker s, and recreation. Rev. Peter Moe acts as the advisor for the club. ; ' J Members of the Roger Williams Club are: Merlyn Schuli, President; Thomas Abell, Vice-President; Jerry Gilbert, Secretary-Treasurer;SteveAndreasen, Sharon Van Horn. ROGER WILLIAMS CLUB The purpose of the Baptist youth group is to promote fellowship and worship among college students. Lead- ing the organization in the Sun- day night meetings is Pres- ident, Merlyn Schuh. 162 UNITED CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP This group of University stu- dents of various religious de- nominations meets each Wednesday evening in Danforth Chapel. The students participate in panel dis- cussions on religious topics and hold their meetings under the direction of the president, Ken Mcllravy. 163 Members of Gamma Delta are: Row 1; Diane Llndeman, Marcia Leege, Carryn Stumer, Linda Bottjen, Shirley Bossert, Cindy Nielsen. Row 2; Marsha Sly, Helen Frier, Marie Hanson, Donna Hahn, Carol Lenz, Barb Bradford. Row 3; Bill Sly, Rev. Robert Hackler, Harold Eichmann, Roland Hahn, Craig Haak, Marc DeBow. Row 4; Harold Mikikelsen, Martin Longhenry, Fred Long, Marshall Schleve, Wayne Saukerson, John Pankonin, Darrel Hinkelman, James Beyer. GAMMA DELTA Gamma Delta is the International Association of Lutheran college and university students. It is governed by Lutheran students of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Gamma Delta is based on two assumptions: (1) that college students should know Christ and (2) that they should serve Him. A cost supper is held each Sunday evening, followed by a program that includes a wide range of topics; from Viet Nam to the differences in churches. 164 Officers of Gamma Delta are: Darrel Hinkelman, Bill Sly, Barb Bradford, Shirley Bossert. 165 LUTHERAN STUDENT MOVEMENT The Lutheran Student Movement of Trinity Lutheran Church is a group of Lutheran University students that meet to worship in the University context. In addition to Sunday worship services centered around the University community, the L.S.M. holds mid-week vesper services and has various special programs and study groups. The campus pastor is Rev. James Narveson. f r Members of the Trinity Lutheran Student Movement are: Row 1; Sharon Powell, Sharon Manley, Ardyce Dunn, Karen Hill, Elaine Cornelius. Row 2; Robert Torkelson, Dianne Kumpf, Diane Hoven, Jane Nesset, Bob Rayburn, Neal Seipp. Row 3; Steven Kirkeby, John Cederberg, Jim Harlson, John Wilson, David Aaker, Pastor Jim Narveson. 166 Officers of LSM are: John Cederberg, Karen Hill, Elaine Cornelius, Harold Weber, Susan Gutzman, Jane Hinkhouse, Jim Harlson, Pastor Narveson. 167 NEWMAN CENTER While providing for the liturgical, educational, and social needs of Catholics, the Newman Center also makes an effort to include students of other religions in their discussion groups and in- formative classes. This student center is supported by the Catholics of the diocese of Sioux Falls, and the students are guided by Father Robert Flannery, Father James Doyle, and Father Jerome Holtzman. 168 Members of the Newman Council are: Row 1; Barb Brooks, Judy De Garlals, Cathy Campbell, Mary Ann Connors, Pete Horner. Row 2; Joann Martlnmaas, Mike Lyons, Fr. Jerome Holtzman, Fr. James Michael Doyle. Row 3; Arthur Rusch, Kathy DeMersseman, Mike DeMersseman, Tom Smith, Fr. Robert L. Flannery. 169 IT HONORARIES EDITOR: LINDA MAUCH WHO ' S WHO National recognition has been afforded to thirty-six seniors who were recently selected to represent the University of South Dakota in the publication Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities for 1967. Their selection is made by a special committee and a national reviewing board and is based on each student ' s scholarship, his service to the University, his leadership and cooper- ation in campus curricular and extracurricular activities, and his potential usefulness to society. ALLEN NEPPER: Government major from Ute, Iowa MERRILL MARTIN: Government-French major from Cottonwood, South Dakota KAREN HASSINGER: French and History major from Aberdeen, South Dakota 171 MARY McDERMOTT: Speech Correction major from Hlghmore, South Dakota LARRY SPECKELS: Business Management major from Chamberlain, South Dakota MARILYN COMP: English Education major from Mitchell, South Dakota JERRY MELCHER: Accounting major from Chamberlain, South Dakota NANCY SEAGER: Elementary Education major from Philip, South Dakota i I KIRK KEMMISH: Business Administration major from Sioux City, Iowa TOM DICE: Accounting major from Mitchell, South Dakota ELLEN LOE: English and History major from Webster, South Dakota BILL WITTRIG: Business Administration major from Conton, South Dakota JANE HYLDAHL: Speech and Public Address major from Rapid City, South Dakota JANE HINKHOUSE: Mathematics major from Correctionville, Iowa roM CONWAY: Government major from Watertown, South Dakota MIRIAM JOHNSON: Physical Education major from Cushing, Iowa MARY CRANDAL L: Government major from Sioux Falls, South Dakota GARY WENELL: Government major from Lawrence, Iowa 4 r z : SANDRA SMIT: Speech Pathology major from Sioux Falls, South Dakota SUE JOHNSON: Accounting major from Pierre, South Dakota VINCE WHITTED: Government major from New Underwood, South Dakota NEIL SEIPP: Music Education major from Akron, Iowa JUDY DeGARLAIS: Mathematics major from Nowell, South Dakota MARY ANN CONNORS: Elementary Education major from Vermillion, South Dakota JOHN GUHIN: Government major from Aberdeen, South Dakota t DAVE MERKLEY: Mathematics major from Dell Rapids, South Dakota JACK THEELER: Accounting major from Aberdeen, South Dakota TOM HENRY: Music education major from Flandreau, South Dakota LINDA CRAMPTON: Business Education major from Sioux Falls, South Dakota VIVIAN FISCHER: Music Education major from Sheldon, Iowa LARKY HULTGREN: Accounting major from Ida Grove, Iowa p fT|ffi MIKE PIEPLOW: Government major from Aberdeen, South Dakota MARY M OLSON: History major from Pierre, South Dakota JIM NIXON: Accounting major from Milbank, South Dakota I I I JIM ANDERSON: Political Science major from Huron, South Dakota Standing Left to lilght: Dr. Buckley, advisor; Karen Hassinger ; Linda Crampton; Vivian Fischer; Mary M. Olson; Nancy Ellweln; Mrs. Gutzman, advisor; Mrs. Selz, advisor. Kneeling Left to Right: Pat Majewsky, Mary Ann Connors, Sandra Smit, Jane Hyldahl, Mary Myers, Susan Johnson, Jane lllnkhouse, Merril Walz, Judy De Garlals, Marilyn Comp, Mary C. Olson, Ellen Loe. MORTAR BOARD To attain membership in Mortar Board, senior wom- en ' s honorary, is the goal of every University woman. New members are tapped in the spring of their jun- ior year at the annual Swingout program. Mortar Board is a service organization whose high standards include scholarship, leadership in campus activities, and service to the University. They sponsor the an- nual Mother ' s Day Banquet and recognition teas for women students who are outstanding in their fields, assist Omicron Delta Kappa in various service pro- grams, and are active in many other cultural and academic activities. The officers of Mortar Board are from Left to Right: Mary Ann Connors, Ellen Loe, Jane Hyldahl, Pat Majewsky, Judy De Garlais, Jane Hinkhouse, and Nancy Ellwein. 178 Standing Left to Right: Tom Dice, Jerry Melcher, Jim Nixon, Mike Pieplow, Neal Seipp; Seated Left to Right: John Guhin. Larry Speckels, Tom Henry. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Omicron Delta Kappa recognizes and encourages the achievement of exemplary character and superior quality in scholarship and leadership. To be eligible for membership, a junior student must rank in the highest 35 ' , in scholarship among men students in his class in the college in the institution in which he is enrolled. Special distinction is required in at least one of the following phases of collegiate activity: scholarship, athletics, student govern- ment, social and religious affairs, publications, speech, music, drama, and other Arts. Tom Henry is hard at work at the information desk, sponsored jointly by Mortar Board and Omicron Delta Kappa. PHI BETA KAPPA wm Possibly the highest honor awarded to seniors graduating from the Arts and Science ' s curriculum is membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Selected from the top of their graduating class, the members are chosen on the basis of their high regard for scholarship, their liberal cultural background, and their excellence of character. As members of Phi Beta Kappa, they seek to encourage scholarship, friendship, and cultural interests of themselves and of others. BRIGID CARROLL JONES ELAINE MOHROR DERTIEN At Left: NANCY LYNN- JOHNSON, JAMES ANDRES NUSZ At Right: JANE VINCENT SMITH, JANELL KAY SOULIER JEAN ELAINE SOULIER LESTA VAN DER WERT SHERMAN WALTNER 180 Standing Left to Right: Larry Nelson, Roger Kaufman, Jim Ryan, John Odell, Randy Heisinger, Dennis Heetland, Steven Vagle, Karleen Michael, Linda Stengle, Mary Ellen Caldwell. Seated Left to Right: Elaine Reitz, Faith Freese, Karen Hins, M. J. Weeks, Nancy Bicknell, Virginia Medin, Judy Nelson. HONORS SEMINAR Honors Seminar is part of the Honors Program in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of South Dakota. It is open to juniors and seniors with a 3.0 or above grade average. Weekly meetings are held with guest speakers or group discussions on issues of particular interest to the students. V Dr. Heimstra, professor in the psychology department, is a guest speaker at one of the seminar meetings. n G o A ;.. o oft Back Row Left to Right: Helen Cassens, Katherine Tauber, Jane Nesset, Joyce Rippentrop, Marcella Cash, Linda Seymour, Lois Schnell, Donna Patterson, Linda llepner. Second Row Left to Right: Susan Lofthus, Janis Hebert, Nancy Carlsen, Evelyn Koenig, Virginia Witt, Linda Wickre, Sharon Murnane, Karen Johnson, Marjorie Beaty. First Row Left to Right: Jo Ann Gerhardt, Edyth Henrickson, Linda Fowler, Sandy Dryden, Karen Melby, Cathy Colwell, Nancy Nelson, Lynn Moran, Carolyn Sexton. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Alpha LamMa Delta, a national scholastic honorary is the goal of every freshman woman. Only those having a 3.5 average for the first semester or first year are initiated. Alpha Lambda Delta strives to encourage leadership and scholarship. The officers of Alpha Lamb are pictured from left to right: Lynn Moran, Helen Cassens, Linda Seymour, Susan Lofthus, and Judy Nesset. r 3 First Row Left to Right: Charles Isackson, Vic Raphael, Marty Getz, William Alexander, Herb Sundall, Jim Waltner, C. Maurice Rawe. Second Row Left to Right: Howard Connors, Dennis Pelley, Keitli Uhl, Dick Fejfar, Harry Lverhart, R. J. Miller, Steven Keller, Steve Olso n. Third Row Left to Right: Boyd Rist, James Ryan, Ronald Light, David Reimer, Ken Peterson, Gary Oltmans, Alan Thorson, Ronald Huwe. PHI ETA SIGMA To promote high scholarship is the goal of Phi Eta Sigma, a Freshman men ' s honorary. One must have a 3.5 average for the first semester or first year to be initiated. The purpose of this honorary is to promote high scholarship among men students. Pictured at right are Ron Light, vice president, and Keith Uhl, President, with Phi Eta Sigma ' s advisor, Howard Connors. TAU KAPPA ALPHA Delta Sigma Rho Tau Kappa Alpha is the union of two former national speech honoraries. To be eligible for member- ship, a student must complete two years of successful participation in extra- curricular speech activities and be in the upper one-third of his class. Left to Right: Byron Lee, Dr. Harold M. Jordan, Elizabeth Meyer, Jane Hyldahl, John R. Wenburg, Nancy Tschetter, Jeanne Duffy 184 SIGMA ALPHA ETA The national speech correction society, Sigma Alpha Eta, ser- ves its members and the com- munity in several ways. In addition to frequent meetings featuring well-known and re- spected speakers, Sigma Alpha Eta works closely with the speech and hearing clinic. Back Row Left to Right: Dr. Clifford, Robert Litke, Wendell Noteboom, Bill Wilson, Mr. Walters, Rich Powell, Russ Mills, Don Bobzien. Second Row Left to Right: Dr. Gregg, Dianne Saylor, Sandra Smit, Clay Ann Goetze, Pat Blume, Nancy Tschetter, Susan Bachman, Darlene Kohlhoff, Barb Mogck, Floanne Hadd, Lois Hull, Marjorie McNeill. Front Row Left to Right: Dennis Webster, Verna Longwood, Jean Benson, Barb Burns, Martee Robinson, Barb Mead, Carol Kneebone ZETA PHI ETA Zeta Phi Eta is a women ' s national speech honorary. It is open to all wom- en majoring in speech or related fields, and its purpose is the promotion of speech activities on the USD campus. Back Row Left to Right: Elizabeth Meyer, Clay Ann Goetze, Katherine Tauber, Norma Jean Kromminga, Margaret Long, Pat Blume, Miriam Johnson, Floanne Hadd, Teryl Pickard. Second Row Left to Right: Martee Robinson, Lois Hull, Barb Burns, Jean Benson, Terry Tomscha, Barb Meester, Bonnie Blue, Nancy Gellhaus, Margorie McNeil, LawandaSztendera, Judi Woodward. Front Row Left to Right: Donna Dyer, Prudy Knox, Verna Longwood, Barbara Liston, Julie Barker, Betty Zink, Carrie Diamond. Standing Left to Right: Cleland Cook, Wallace Raab, Charles Slagle, Andrew Karantinos, Bruce Bransom, William Alexander, Dick Fejfar, llaki Ozbek, Clyde Wiles, Wm. Ekman. Seated Left to Right: Kathryn Starke, Carol Clarke, Jane llinkhouse, Sharon Kollasch, Carol Knudson, Marjorie Bea PI MU EPSILON Students of mathematics may be members of Pi Mu Kpsilon, Math honorary for juniors and seniors. Its goal is to rec- ognize and encourage scholar- ship and promote interest in mathematics. 185 ETA SIGMA PHI Eta Sigma Phi, a Latin and Greek honorary, recognizes students of the classic languages. Its purpose is to further the spirit of cooperation and good will among students of the classics and to stimulate interest in the art and literature of ancient Greece and Home. Back How left to right: Karen Johnson, E ' lona Strand, Mr. R. Wilcox, Bill Phelps, Or Wayne Knutson, Steve Vagle, Pat Majewsky. Front Row Left to Right: Or Grace Beede, Advisor, Steve Kmetyk, Louise Pontius, Karleen Michael, Linda Stengle, Lynn Moran. 186 PHI SIGMA IOTA Phi Sigma Iota is an hon- orary for students of the Rom- ance languages. It includes in its membership students who have maintained a B average and are in their third year of one of the languages. Its pur- pose is to recognize outstand- ing ability and attainments. Seated Left to Right: Linda Heckenlively; Jan Bader; Carolyn Rennels; Mary Lynn Meyers; Lorie Long; Karen Hassinger; Merrill Ann Walz. Standing Left to Right: Mrs. A. Lous, instructor; Mary Banbury; Kathy Alvis; Virgie Asper; Nancy Ellwein; M. A. Posada, instructor; Jim Ryan, Connie Cottington; Diane Zeigler; Judy Glass; Nelson G Arana, instructor; Alexander P. Hartman; La Nyce Kahler; H. C Koenig, advisor PI OMEGA PI Pi Omega Pi is a National Honorary Business Education Fraternity. Busi- ness Education Majors with a 3.0 average or above are eligible for membership in this honorary. Seated Left to Right: Julie Ericson, Barbara Fenske, Sheryl Ekren, Linda Crampton. Standing Left to Right: Mrs. Shirley J. Raab, Leona Karolevitz, Marcia Dristy, Dr. Oleson, Mrs. Thelma Olson, Freida Klein. Back Row Left to Right: Dr. Dale Clement, Larry Westphalen. Third Row, Left to Right, Mr. Holly Pedersen, Terry Johaneson. Second Row, Left to Right: Dr. John Rapp, Dennis Johnson. Front Row:Dayid Nyberg. BETA GAMMA SIGMA Beta Gamma . igma is design- ed to recognize outstanding scholarship in business administration. Election to this honorary signifies the highest scholastic honor that can be achieved in business administration. 187 7 DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity whose purpose is to pro- mote a (.loser relationship between students of business and the business world. Alpha Eta Chapter lias one of the largest chapter memberships. Ac- tivities of the chapter include an annual faculty picnic, a charity drive, and field trip during the year. Alpha Eta chapter has been in first place in the national achievement contest since 1958, so that is the major goal of the year. Richard Hegstrom Larry Speckels Bill W ' illoughby La Verne Halstrom Charles Jakso Ronald Bourquin Tom Tonner Dan Walenta Rich Ravnsborg Dennis Kuper Gereld Vollmer ftl { ) £ ■f Bill Young, Duane Aman, Dan Darrington, Merle Simkins, James Thomson BELOW: Bob Pearson, Allan Seaver, Donald Samuelson, John Schliessmann, Arlyn Daak, Jim Eckerman, Harley Kirschenmann. a c r jL fnT- t c y$ ffi (5 ili.iiiison Gary Si hu Edward Williams Mik.- Hind. ' iMtiA ii t , C ft. ft P C Dave Wagner Mik. ' lli ' hnvald Fra n Campbell Dale Gerloch Dee Hansen Tom Dice Douglas Tedrow Thomas L. Rehorst Gale Cameron Charles W. Moore Edmund Smith Robert Seeley Kenneth Yohs William Hebeler Paul Gesche C C ft ft ' ft llliitJiJrfr: ft £ ff5 Steve Lorenzen, Jerry Erstgaard, Robert Wendt, Paul Sander, Fred Long BELOW: Gerald Keeley, Tom Oeterman, Jim Anderl, Gary Teut, John Thurn, Rich Draeger, Dave Steckleberg - • ft p ft ft f$, £ ff p Back Row Left to Right: Tom Henry, Randy Karns, Greg Fleeger, Charles Kauffmen, Harold Gray, Robert Rasmussen, Dennis Pelley, Edmond Stephens, Jerry Kammeyer, Bernard Ofstehage, Jnn Johnson, John Wilson, Courtland Swenson — faculty advisor. Third Row Left to Right. Bob Rayburn, Ken Sabers, Ron Minske, Tom Graf, Todd Tucker, Alan Vandeweerd, Jim Mahacek, Dennis Schnabel, Jim Swanson, Lynn Gross, Pete Hamill. Second Row Left to Right: Richard Kelley, Neal Seipp, Tom Abell, Mark Baumgardner, Will Williams, Curtis Abrahamson, Jim Kreger, Dennis C. Gimbel, Bill Kingdon, Doc Walker. Front Row Left to Right: Ken Baltzer, Don Thompson, Rick Foreman, Dennis Green, Douglas Taylor, Ronald Lorensberg, James Henriksen, Gerald Straney, Stan Hays, Curt Svalstad, Gary Swenson. PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIANS Phi Mu Alpha is the professional music organization for men of USD. Its goals are to give those interested in music a chance to be in a musical organization, to perform the best in music, and to promote the loyalty of all the students on campus to the performing arts. Phi Mu presents a joint recital with Mu Phi, is featured at the American Guild of Organist ' s Recital and the Interfraternity Sing, plus many more activities to further an interest in music. Mary Ofstehage. Phi Mu Sweetheart 190 Standing Left to Right: Paula Diekevers, Mary C. Olson, Gay Winters, Ellen Blassingham, Joyce Hippentrop, Lorrie Parezo, Cynthia Hollo. Vivian Fisher, Susan Hall, Nancy Myers, Shirley Bossert. Seated Left to Right: Deane Gemar, Arlys Foiles, Lana Rubida, Mary Ofstehague. Ann Scheuring, Judy De Garlais. MU PHI EPSILON Mu Phi Epsilon is a music honorary for women. It recognizes students who are either majoring or minor- ing in applied music or music education. The scholastic requirement is a 3.0 average for one semester. Mu Phi ' s purposes are the advancement of music in America and throughout the world, and the promotion of musicianship. At Right are Mu Phi Epsi Ion ' s officers, Mary Ofsthage, Vivian Fisher, Judy De Garlais, and Mary C Olson. v r - -31 ■§ iMoK H Back Row Left to Right: Verne Thorstenson, Robert Mcdowell, Allan E. Lang, Gary Balir, Mike McGreevey, Virgil Johnson, Thomas Issenhuth, L. C. Johnson, Bill Thirstein, Gary Pashby, Verlin Voorhees. Second Row Left to Right: Brian Meyer, Charles Thompson, Lester Gurdun, Thomas Vickerman, Gerard Krorn, Manyard Mohm. Fred Fischer, Ronald Johnson, Keith Smit, Lee Tappe. Front Row Left to Right: John Foley, Bill Perron, Dennis McFarland, Thomas Kolker, Roland Grosshans. DELTA THETA PHI The Delta Theta Phi National Legal Fraternity was founded in 1913 as a result of a merger of three law frater- nities. It is a professional brotherhood of law students and lawyers. PHI DELTA PHI The members of the Inter- national Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi are dedicated to furthering the ideals of the legal profession to insure integrity and impartiality of the administration of justice. Standing Left to Right: Gayle Fisher, Dean Zimmerman, Mert Tice, John Simko, Larry Bohning, Gary Friostad, Stephen Rudolph, Robert Michaels, Fred White, Tom Shelby, Martin O ' Connor, Dale Zimmerman. Seated Left to Right: Robert Areneson, Charles Mickel, Michael Lyons, George Danforth, Jim Hohnson, Dennis Marsh, Pat Lacey, Charles P. Scheafer, Ron Miller. 192 PI SIGMA ALPHA Phi Sigma Alpha is the national honorary for political science majors and minors. To be eligible for membership, one must have a 3.0 in government courses and be a junior or senior. This organization was founded on the campus of the Uni- versity of Texas in 1920. Back How Left to Right: James W. Anderson, Mike Pieplow. Donn Dahlin, Alan L. Clem, Richard Brown, Charles Rose. Front Row Left to Right: Bob Walz, John Guhin, J. F. Geary, George P. Jan, W. Farber, Mary Lynn Meyers. Back Row Left to Right: Penny Poth, Gene Anderson, John Wood, John Maynes, Judy Lenz. Front Row I eft to Right: Mary Lynn Meyers, Lessie Schmebakken, Sandy Utesch, Carol Foss, Liz Overpeck, Ellen Loe. PHI ALPHA THETA Phi Alpha Theta is the history honorary. Membership in this organization is based on the high academic standing of eli- gible juniors and seniors. A national organization, Phi Alpha Theta has over 200 chapters. Some are in Canada, Puerto Rico and the Phillippines. 193 DAKOTANS Dakotans, an honorary organization established in 1924, chooses its members on the basis of scholar- ship and campus leadership. Two junior men from each housing unit are pledged each year. An entirely self-supporting organization, Dakotans sponsors sev- eral major campus activities. The busy pledges (like the one at th e left) and actives who sell Dakota Day mums and carnations on Mother ' s Day provide most of the income for the group. This income is used to sponsor the Miss University Contest and the Mother ' s Day Intrafraternity Sing. Both are set up and managed entirely by the Dakotans. - Mike Engelhurt Gaylord Avery John Wood Roger Wilson m k Tom Dice John Maynes Ray Strand Richard L. Schneider 194 a p m r tf.tJ dfM +ik ik t - Ray Kylance Tim Mahan Tom Naiman Kirk Kemmish ff 1 Tom ( « A Mike Manning r ' Gernliard Bellof Tom George ' • Denver Dillard John Farrar £ - Mike Nenaber Mike Austin ft 195 TERRY MORTON CRAIG MOORE JOHN MOISAN % 196 M STROLLERS A group of young men on campus, eas i ly distinguishable by their straw hats and bow ties, are USD ' s Strollers. These men, chosen for their talent and creative ability, work to- gether to present the annual Stroller ' s show and supply significant University scholarships from the proceeds. RICHARD TSCHETTER GORDON JOHNSON DARREL HINKELMAN TOM FRITZ BILL LARSON ALAN BIEBERDORF r; ; tM «!» rJ JIM BUCHANAN I ' t «J TOM CARR MIKE BOWEN 4Lr MIKE OGBORN RICH DELL TERRY ARCHER 1 TERRY HENDRICH V t JOHN ERICKSON GLEN JOHNSON R. VAN JOHNSON ' PAT MALONEY l •TV LARRY BLACKMAN ■ 197 FINE ARTS EDITOR: CONNIE KRUEGER DRAMATIC ARTS 199 SECOND SEMESTER SEASON 1966 " A Sleep of Prisoners " by Christopher Fry was produced in the First Methodist Church, effectively transformed into a war-torn sanctuary for this probing drama directed by Robert Larson. This was the first dramatic effort of the United Campus-Ministry Drama Guild to correlate live art with live religion. After the highly successful " Music Man " , the semester moved on to other productions. " The Days Between " by Robert S. Anderson was the first play to be produced by the American Playwright Theatre, of which the University is a charter member. 200 FESTIVAL OF GREEK DRAMA Each year the Fine Arts Department stages a week-long festival the culmination of a semester seminar research project in a significant period of theatre. This year ' s Festival of the Greek Drama included the production of three classics: " The Trojan Women " , " Lysistrata " , and " Agamemnon. " Dr. Gerald F. Else, distinguished scholar of classical studies from the University of Michigan was the guest lecturer. This ' celebration of man ' is preserved each year in a post festival publication of papers. 201 AGAMEMNON Directed by William Phelps in fulfillment of a Master of Arts degree, this classic brought to life the awesome tragedy of the house of Atreus. The production was a brilliant interpretation of Aeschylus ' s masterpiece — a fitting end to a successful season. 202 THE BLACK HILLS PLAYHOUSE A vital extension of the University Drama Department, this summer of theatre offers college credit for a taste of profes- sional theatre. The Playhouse owes its conception and creation to Dr. Warren M. Lee, Dean of Fine Arts. WHO , CAME TO DINNER The 1966 Season: " The Legend o f Devil ' s Gulch " " The Pleasure of His Company " " The Miracle Worker " " Camelot " " The Man Who Came to Dinner " " The Marriage-Go- Hound " Workshops : " Hello Out There " " The Pit and the Precipitation " " The Torchbearers " The Black Hills Playhouse was conceived and nurtured by Dr. Warren M. Lee, Dean of Pine Arts. Twenty years ago a summer theatre was established in an old Civil ConservationCorps camp and today many of the original buildings still house theatrically interested students. The addition of a modern, well-equipped theatre has widened the scope and possibilities for exciting productions. Both " Doc " and the BHP are nationally known for their contribution to theatre and both are loved and respected by those who have been fortunate enough to have known them. Becky Jo Hull Peer-- a very lovely addition to both the BHP and the University Drama Department. This extremely talented graduate from the Washington D.C School of Ballet choreographed the 1965 and 1966 Coronation pagents, " Music M.ui " " Camelot " , and " Stop the World " . Along with attending classes, Becky also taught dance lessons, studied oboe, and costumed several pro- ductions. 205 UNIVERSITY THEATRE 1966-67 Man ' s worth is measured by his ability to express himself-and by his ability to interpret the expression of his fellow man. THE SEASON University Theatre: The Marriage-Go-Round Homecoming Pageant The Lady ' s Not For Burning Stop the World I Want to Get Off Festival of Medieval Drama J.B. (A Modern Drama of Job) Workshop Theatre: Dark Lady of the Sonnets Don Juan in Hell The Apollo of Bellac The Public Eye The Doctor in Spite of Himself The Long Voyage Home The Sandbox 206 THE LADY ' S NOT FOR BURNING by Christopher Frye " What a wonderful thing is metaphor... " Director: Richard Wilcox Cast: Vernon Peterson Gary Donovan Sandy Rothfork Ken Cooper Pat Whitaker Mike Lussem John Zgud Lynn Waite Dan Kirchgesler Doug Steckler, Jr. Del Mulder 207 I UNIVERSITY WORKSHOP THEATRE THE APOLLO OT fe - H 1 » Jf J BT ■ " «H V Jin frm Hr ' fl Wfiw OF BELLAC Director: Lorrie Parezo In the annually presented workshop productions, intended as " training vehicles " for students, advanced theatre students are given an opportunity to try their hand at directing. This rewarding and eye-opening experience becomes in- valuable to those who participate. THE PUBLIC EYE Director: Ed Wood :fe|t J 208 THE LONG VOYAGE HOME DirectonBob Pratt THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF Director: Sandra Rotlifork THE SANDBOX Director: Gary Donovan 209 DARK LADY OF THE SONNETS -m i . — - Director: Barbara Meester DON JUAN IN HELL Director: Susan Bachmayer 210 STOP THE WORLD-- I WANT TO GET OFF Director Hon Reed Assistant Director Lynne Waite Music Director SklpSwenson Choreography Becky Hull Stage Design Robert Pratt Costumes Dick Wilcox " The show was sharp, clean and Imaginatively conceived. It had all the signs of good theatre: form, beauty, belief, and cele- bration. " ayne S. Knutson AND DIANE EVANSON ANY A " TAKE YOUR TIME, ROVER " RON GETS IN THE ACT ' SOMEONE NICE LIKE YOU " THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT Man ' s ability to express himself through the media of music may seem miraculous and even mysterious to the layman, but to the serious music student it is more often a result of " ten per cent inspiration, ninty per cent perspiration. " Barbara Hesla John Erlckson Culminating four years of intensive prac- tice, formal recitals are performed by senior students. 214 SKIP SWENSON Performer of miracles, creator of serendipity, Court land " Skip " Swenson is a very active and valued member of the music faculty. In addi- tion to his regular duties as in- structor, Skip is also the musical director for the University Theatre and Black Hills Playhouse produc- tions. " The Music Man, " " Camelot, " " My Fair Lady, " and " Stop the World " " STOP THE WORLD " have attested to his capabilities as chorus and orchestra director. Those who have worked with Skip admire his keen understanding of music, his dedication, energy, disci- pline, and above all, his ability for transforming the work of a practice session into a worthwhile joy. " Jules and the boys " 215 WIND ENSEMBLE MADRIGAL 216 PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE STRING QUARTET 217 THE UNIVERSITY t 4UL •• . ... 218 MARCHING BAND 219 THE UNIVERSITY In order to unify the various choral groups on campus and allow others interested in singing, both students and people from the community, to participate in a choral organization this union was created. A pro- gram which Requiem and included Gabriel Faure ' s Ralph Vaughn Williams ' Toward the Unknown Region was presented in conjunction with the University orchestra. " T 1 Usher Abell Head of Music Department 220 CHORAL UNION r ■ w B If B ' 1 hMmmmm « » 4 % K2 8HEP . Xr ft F. J. Streim, sponsor and director ol Choral Union 221 THE UNIVERSITY Ray T. DeVilbiss Director of Bands, Professor of Music CONCERT BAND Under the experienced and expert baton of Ray T. DeVilbiss, the University Concert Band presents skillful, professional programs, including the annual Christmas concert and the clinic concerts. In conjunction with Phi Mu Alpha, it also presents the Jazz Unlimited Festival. A valuable experience for musically talented students, the Concert Band is also an effective means of communicating some of the delights of this form of expression to the musically appreciative as well. 223 h THE DUNGEON—THE PLACE TO GET AWAY FROM IT ALL? BAND OFFICERS Tom Henry, Ron Minske, Jim Swanson, Stan Hayes, Mary Ofstehage £ °?« Wffkto j (A o UNIVERSITY CHOIR First Row: Carla Anderson, Mary C. Olson, Fran Schmidt, Karen Schwarz, Barbara Brodie, Kathy Borszich, Diane Helgager, Cynthea Rollo, Lorraine Setzler, Ellen Blassingham, Cindy Thoene, Sheryl Samuelson, Micky Hoyme, Janice Demlo, Nena Biezuns, Helen Frier. Second Row: Lila Larson, Patricia Dolan, Carolyn Schaefer, Marcia Warner, Elaine Cornelius, Diane Kumpf, Paula Dickevers, Gay Winters, Kay McGill, Marilyn Hector, Joan Cahill, Donna Dutcher, Deb Davies, Arlys Foiles, Mary Greenough John Stenseth, Director Third Row: Brad Kraft, Mark Gullickson, Dennis Pelley, Rich Thomson, Dave Thompson, Don Hoffman, Richard Huett- man, Jim DeSaix Fourth Row: James Henriksen, Dennis Gimbel, John Pankonin, Todd Tucker, Jerry Kammeyer, Charles Schuett, Bill King- don, Curtis Abrahamson, Mark DeBow PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIAN JAZZ FESTIVAL A moment of bemused meditation 226 The very fine Jazz Band And a little Dixieland. Artist in Residence: Oscar Howe Writer in Residence: John R. Milton Composer in Residence: Robert Marek One of the finer arts claimed by the University, Dr. Grace L. Beede, has become a legend in her own time. As Chairman and Professor of the Classics Department, she imparts to those who know her the wonder and joy of new worlds. Through her sparkling en- thusiasm classic and contemporary art come alive and have meaning. In .March 1966, Professor William Stilwell, Chairman of the USD Art Department, received the National Gal- lery of Art medal from the First Lady. This was in honor of his " distinguished service to education in art. " 229 COMMUNICATIONS EDITOR: VICKI BROWN PUBLICATIONS BOARD The Publications Board is the controlling body for all student publications. Functioning as a corporation, it accepts contracts for publications. It is through this board that all student journalistic endeavors must be approved. The board is made up of faculty members and student appointees. Faculty members are Dr. Knutson, head of the English Department; iMr. Anderson, purchasing agent; Mr. Andera, advisor to student publications; Mr. Simmons, head of the Journalism Department; Mr. VanOmmeren, a Journalism instructor; and Mr. Gibson, head of the News Bureau. The three student appointees are Diane Woodford, Jim Marchant and Blair Tremere. The three editors of the student publications are also members; Pete Sullivan, Volante; Mary Jane Munt, Coyote Yearbook; and Barb Grier, The Blast. The group meets every two weeks. Seated from the left are: Dr. Knutson, Blair Tremere, Mr. Andera, Jim Marchant, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Simmons, Mr. VanOmmeren, Mr. Gibson. Standing; Mary Jane Mundt, Barb Grier, Diane Woodford, Pete Sullivan. 231 THE YEARBOOK OF USD The Coyote staff works diligently throughout the year to put out the USD yearbook. The yearbook office is found in the basement of the Old Union. It was just last year that the staff set up there and they have since been hoping for more improved conditions. The editor of the yearbook is selected by the Publications Board and she in turn appoints her staff. Editor, Mary Jane Mundt Make-up editor, Don Ferguson Managing editor, Marcia Dristy I ' V " " • ' ,. ' Photography editor, Shirley Bossert and her assistant, Nancy Nelson. Photographer, Perry Struse Section editors: Vickl Brown, Liz Myers, Liz Overpeck, Connie Krueger, Linda Mauch, Nancy Carlson, Mary Beaty, Jon Pettlngill. Art editor, Jan Bader and her assistant, John Molsan. Index editor, Pat Clapp Copy editor, Lorie Habberstad Members of the Coyote staff are: Row 1; S. Powell, S. Tanda, B. Blue, B. Shabino. Row 2; B. Hollman, J. Dillow, P. Schillar, G. Adams, C. Lynde, R. Ferguson, B. Stamm, D. Laur. Row 3; M. Madsen, M. Dennison, K. Van Leuvan, D. Wells, P. Werth, M. Williams, J. Ludgate, R. Andersen, D. Molitor, P. Blume, A. McKay, N. Lamport, L. Kruse. Row 4; L. Johnson, A. Foiles, L. Kelly, S. Smith, N. Tschetter, K. Tauber, J. Ettles, J. Benson, C. Burns, N. Myers. 234 Coyote staff takes a breather from unpacking yearbook materials. Working conditions are great! ' ■., j :| There ' s just too much to do. 235 President, Barb Grier and Secretary, Dianna Woodford PRESS CLUB 236 Members of Press Club are: Row 1; D. Merritt, K. Hassenger, P. Mead, D. Bushfield, T. Kent, N. Tschetter, L. Swanson, J. Christenson, K. Anderson, K. Christenson, N, Myers, Row 2; P. Schillers, B. Grier, S. Hanson, J. Bader, H. Cassens, K. Neilson, I. Howe, C. Cimpl, M. Conners, K. Melby, N. Carlson, J. Marchant, Row 3; R. Goehring, D. Woodford, J. Klatt, M. Dennison, B. Liston, D. Laur, N. Nelson, M. Kipling, V. Brown. PUBLISHES THE BLAST The Press Club of the University of South Dakota is a journalistic c club open to any student. It is under the authority of the Publications Board and the guidance of Mr. Van Omeron. The officers are: Barb Grier-President, Bill Willoughby-Vice Pres- ident, Marsha Dristy-Treasurer, and Dianna Woodford-Secretary. The Press Club is making a major change this year. The Magazine has now become The Blast , the new official humor magazine. The Blast will be published twice a year or more. Press Club members discuss content for the next Blast Diana Woodford, Barb Grier, Barb Liston and Jill Klatt lay out pages for the Blast. Mr. Van Ommeren is a graduate of the University of South Dakota and received his masters from the University of Wisconsin. He worked on the Minneapolis Star until joining the faculty this fall. Here at the University, he teaches reporting, copy editing and article writing and is advisor to Press Club. OUR ADVISORS Mr. Andera is no longer on the faculty here, but is a member of the Publications Board and advisor for the Volante. He is attending law school while working for the Vermillion Police Department. THE LITERARY MAGAZINE Editors for the Literary Magazine are: seated; Don Ferguson, standing; Nancy Myers. Vern Peterson, Jim Sprecher. The Literary Magazine is a depart- mental publication from the English Department. It is composed of poetry, essay, short story and drama, and any student may contribute. The edi- tors accept contributions from the beginning of the year until February 18. The Advisors for the Literary Mag- azine are Dr. Knutson, Dr. Milton and Mrs. Lindenau. These advisors pick the editors. THE VOLANTE REPORTS THE CAMPUS NEWS Editor, Pete Sullivan The Yolante is a weekly newspaper published every Tuesday during the school year, with the exceptions of holidays and examination periods, by the Student Association of the University of South Dakota. One must apply to the Board of Publications for a position on the Yolante staff. This is done each semester, as each semester a new staff is chosen. The Student Association is responsible for the financing of the Yolante. The subscription rate is $2.00 a semester or $3.00 a year. It must be noted that the Yolante is strictly a student publication, produced to meet the needs and interests of the student. This year the quality of the individual articles and the paper as a whole, has greatly improved to make the Yolante a fine informative paper for the University of South Dakota. Jim Marchant, Pete Sullivan, Nancy Tschetter, Angela Gunderson, Dianna Woodford and Steve James are hard at work to put out another Volante. 239 Circulation staff-Liz Meyer, Janice Ludgate, Leanne Kelly and Arline Fischer. Feature editor, Barb Brooks. News editor, Jim Marchant and assistant, Angela Gunderson. 240 Business manager, Jane Hicks and assistant, Mary Beaty. Sports editor, Steve James. Copy editors, Nancy Tschetter and Dianna Woodford. 241 Sports editor, Bill Taylor and assistant, Lon Swanson. Copy editors, Lana Koepp and Karon Christenson. SECOND SEMESTER The Volante staff cleans up ' . ' Assistant, Mike Kelly and News editor, Ed Weston. VOLANTE STAFF » »- k»ii IS T Editor, Jim Mai chant. Photography editor, Paul Schiller. Editorial editor, Blair Tremere and assistant, Angela Gunderson. if Jack Bruce- Radio Operations Director. Dr. Herbert Rona-Assistant Professor of Speech. -,- I Gaylord Ayers- Producer- Director. Sanford Gray-KUSD Film Director. Ernest Phelps-TV Operations Director. ' Jerry Miller- Public Information Director. Martin Busch- Director of KUSD AM -FM -TV- Film. KUSD-RADIO AND TV Nobel Prize Winner in physics, Ernest O. Lawrence, while a student at the University of South Dakota, built the first KUSD Radio transmitter in 1910. As one of the oldest educational radio stations, it received its first license in 1922. Serving schools in South Dakota and surrounding states with in-school broadcasts from the South Dakota School of the Air, it broadcasts 7 days a week on690kc as a daytime station covering a 3-state area. KUSD-TY is South Dakota ' s only Educational TV station. It has been on the air since July, 1961 and broadcasts five nights a week using programs from the National Educational Television Network, in addition to presenting its own live programs. This year the Poor Show was introduced featuring the student in communications. The half-hour show presented every two weeks is produced by students and includes inter- views, news, sports, the Love Corner, and entertainment. These two phases of broadcasting, as well as a film unit are open to train students with a full curriculum. Martin Busch has been Director of KUSD- AM-TV- Film since 1960 and was Program Director of KUSD Radio six years prior to that. PMKt Diane Ordlnachev and Hon Odson-hosts of the student produced, POOR SHOW. " Consensus " program on " The Community and Then " . Seated from left to right are; Martin Busch, President Moulton, Mayor John Barstow, City Manager Mike Miller and City Engineer Joe Gillen. Advanced TV production with Bruce Northcott at left camera, Engineer Ken Julian and Pete Sullivan on right camera, and Mike Loehrer in the background. University Director of Creative Writing, Dr. John Milton talks with Max Evans, author of The Rounders on " Man from the High-low Country. " This is a series released through Midwestern Educational TV. The above picture shows Max Evans talking with University Director of Creative Writing, Dr. John Milton. The six interviews were made into a series by the Midwestern Educational TV and distributed to Fargo, St. Paul and Albuquerque. Mr. Evans has written six books with The Rounders standing forth as his most popular. It has been made into a movie and also a TV series for next year. Pete Sullivan hosting " The Fifth Quarter " with Dave Merkley and Jim Nixon. 247 Mike I oehrer running TV audio board. Jim Metcalf-Student Assistant. Ken Julian-Studio Engineer. ter V- 248 Dennis Todd- Engineer, instructing student Julie Call. Arlen Diamond-TV Student Assist- ant. Gaylord Ayers-Producer-Director, intruding students J. D. Bushfield and Bruce Northcott. Bill Jennewein-Studio Engineer. Curt Svalstad- Recording Engineer. Jim Prusha-Chief Engineer, inspect- ing new ampex VTR. 249 ORGANIZATIONS EDITORS: ARLINE FISCHER AND JANET SCHENK Jim Eckerman-Business Mgr.; Al Nepper-Vice Pres.; Mike Peiplow- Pres.; Jackie Austin-Trea.; Sharon Smith-Sec. STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS STUDENT SENATE Front Row: J. Guhin; D. Hale; L. Smith; J. Moro; V. Raphael, J. Klatt; J. Davies; P. Massa; C. Foss; B. Brisbine. Middle Row :C.Rennels, L. Koepp; B. Rick, D. Patterson; B. Tremere; K. Voude; T. Johnson, T. Carr; J. Coverdale; K, Hall; J. Carlson; L. Heckenlively; J. Duffy; V. Wliitted. Back Row: K. Workman; S. Smith; J. Kingsbury; T. Maher; R. Stiles; A. Rusch; J. Hersrud, C. Blom; R. Van Johnson, A. Nepper. « © The members of the Union Board of Control: Keith Uhl, Bob Mueller, Dwight Jochims- Pres., Barbara Grier, Doug Hale. UNION COMMITTEES HOSPITALITY Linda Heckenlively-Chairman, Betty Bartels, Susan Lofthus, Bev Shabino, Barb Stamm. S. Crawford, D. Neuharth, J. Link, G. Crisp, G. Anderson, J. Clark, M. Swenson, N. Carlsen, M. Schirber, J. Coverdale, J. Erickson, S. Clayton, N. Gellhaus.C. Manke, D. ' an Y actor, B. .ink. Seated: J. Poelstra- Chairman. ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL PROJECTS Seated: J. Benson, V. Saas, L. Long-Chairman, P. Clapj). Standing: K. Alvis, N. Krominga. T. Whorley, N. Benzler, B. Brooks. M. Noyes, T. Kent, G. Merriman, C. Nelson, B. Tremere, P. Noyes. IDAC Dfijw» ; « B OUTDOOR •i. Miller, M. Mushro, A. Wooley, M. Hanson, C. Duncan, i . Nelson, . Pear sail, B. Hollmann, C. Sexton, P. Greotewold, L. Gullickson- Chairman. RECREATION INDOOR D. Bonynge, R. J. Miller, C. Cimpl, G. Strandell, P. Worster, D. Larson, M. Robinson, C. Cottington, L. Speckels, T. Tomscha, L. Moran, L. Richter. HOUSE Back Row: J. Mahan, B. Blue, S. Kees, P. Eccles, D. Laur, S. Gutzman. Standing: N. Preszler, D. Vandermark, J. Christenson, R. Goering, Seated: R. Reedy, V. Harrington. Standing: B. Meester, C. Fisher, L. Parezo, C. Deeringer, J. Kirk, T. Horaing, V. Gentis. Middle row: M. Comp, G. Wagner, N. Prezsler, F. Schmidt, T. Pickar, S. Grue, N. Seager, M. Hinseth, Seated: J. Cowan, L. Colvin, N. Krominga, G. Merinian, N. Meyers, N. Carlsen, P. Beare, B. Bowker. AWS The Association of Women Students is the campus organization that makes and enforces the regulations pertaining to women exclusively. Consi sting of all undergraduate women students . AWS seeks to enrich USD women and to encourage them to become mature young women by giving them a voice in their own government. Officers: Linda Mauch, Co-ordina- tor; Diana Woodford, Trea; Sharon Kollasch, V. Pres; Sandy Utesch, Pres; Dean Burke. Front Row: C. Thornber, N. Gellhaus, P. Clapp, J. Villone, B. Moore, A. McKay, M. Madsen, D. Marsh. Middle Row: J. Dahlin- Grad. Assist.; N. Biezuns, J. Kehn, J. Barker, T. Tomscha, E. Meyer, D. Bushfield, J. Groeneveld, M. Barry, B. Blue, J. Hyldahl, D. Harrison, Mr. Wenburg- Debate Coach. Back How: B. Sandness, D. Hogarth, A. C h r i s tens eri, J. Zgud, C. Messersmith, C. Uhre, H. Hyde, A. Brosz, J. inckler. FORENSICS UNION This pictures the Novice Debaters who are the beginning debaters on the team. The trophys are one that were won this year by debaters, and speakers in both oratory and extemperaneous divisions at tournaments. The Varsity De- baters have gone as far as Boston this year to show their talents. President of the club, Liz Meyer, holds a trophy she won as a superior rating in the division of persuasive speaking. Janie Hyldahl, Liz Meyer and Jim Villone display the trophys they won individually at various tournaments. LiO t V Back row: left to right: J. Cragg, C. Stoner, C. Manke, K. Nielsen, I. Howe, N. Benzler, M. Dennison, C. Cottington, C. Morrison, M. Hlne, M. Robinson, H. Schuellke, J. Beyer. Third row: W. Fischer, C. Madsen, V. Hoven, G. Anderson, H. Aasen, M. Hyldahl, J. Ettles, M. Mostrom, K. Kabrick, G. Misterek, F. Schmidt, C. Deeringer, M. Lee, S. Bettin. Second row: B. Bowker, P. Knox, M. Amiss, J. Beck, M. Silen, B. Meester, J. Jackson, D. Nelsen, D. Marsh, M. Connors, D. Burns, D. Lenz. First row: H. Cassens, C. Thoene, B. Zink, L. Moran, B. Burns, L. Colvin, C. Braley, K. Melby, P. Stauch, R. Soulek. TOASTRESSES Toastresses is a women ' s organization which enables its members to think clearly and to express their thoughts with ease and confidence. Membership is open to all interested women. The monthly meetings are hosted by the various housing units, and a variety of topics are presented at each of these meetings. I Ml I If 25e Officers: Norma Krominga; Ann McKay, Treas; Nancy Gelhaus, Pres; Holly Barthlow, Publicity Chairman; Nancy Nelsen, Sec; and Pat Clapp, V. Pres. 259 ■ w The officers and housing representatives for the Women ' s Recreation Association which sponsors intramural tournaments between the women ' s housing units are the following: Top Row: L. Rose, L. Kruse, N. Preszler, K. Hill, B. Bancroft. Front Row: P. Kendall- Trea.; P. Werth- Pub. Chair.; K. Specker- Point Sec; J. Dvoracek-Rec. Sec; M. Johnson-Pres.; Miss Moritz. WRA 260 One of the tournaments that WRA sponsors is basketball. A new rule allowing un- limited dribbling was passed this year by the national board which represents wom- en ' s basketball. Volleyball is one of the other sports WRA sponsors. This year the women of Burgess Hall won this tournament. A total number of points is awarded to each tournament winner and the housing unit with the greatest amount of points receives a trophy. DOLPHINS Membership is determined upon individual ability in the art of synchronized swimming. This year ' s members include: J. Nesset, K. Buus, K. Gellerman, B. Larson, E. Hotz, M. Brandon, P. Worster, L. Burt, K. Coble, K. Perkins, J. Rizk, S. Crawford. mim 261 I « r ? n -% , n First How: H. Harris, H. Stimpson, G. Hermans, T. Mojzik, D. Sonnenberg, B. Kibble, T. Mahan, G. Kuhr, J. Biezuns. Second Row: J. Heeren, J. Danburg, R. Weber, R. Schmelz, D. Freed, R. Bovee, J. Nixon, P. Chambers, L. Hultgren, I). Abbott, D. Merkley, K. AIcKee. Back Row: D. Donat, L. Roberts, S. Chambers, R. Settje, J. Collins, M. McGinty, T. Hanafan, D. Baade, L. Speckles. LETTERMEN ' S CLUB ifttit Bill Kibble-Sec, Ron Weber-Trea. , Jim Nixon- Pres., Richard Bovee- V. Pres. 262 i-ront Row: A. Miller, M. Kavanaugh, K. Hill, J. Harnois, C. Roberts, M. Attig, M. Atkins, J. Thompson. Second Row: J. Creaser, K. Specker, K. Buus, L. Gritten, M. Klink.M. Johnson, J. Peterson, L. Line, K. Kenzy, C. Hanson, P. Kendall, Miss Sevy. Back Row: N. Biezuns, V. Pearson, L. Ridge way, C. Johnson, J. Houg, D. Wahlin, B. Bancroft, J. Johnson, L. Davis, L. Kruse, L. Burt. PEMM CLUB The University Pemm Club membership is open to all women majoring or minoring in health, physical education, or recreation. The purpose of this organization is to provide opportunity, participation, and ad- vancement for physical education. The club assists student members in developing pro- fessional attitudes and outlooks in the cur- rent trends of their profession. The officers of the club are: Karen Hill-Sec; Linda Kruse- V. Pres.; Karen Buus-Trea.; Kathy Kenzy-Pres. 263 C 3i First Row: M. Mostrom, P. Quinn. N. Nelsen, L. Coil, D. Neuharth, P. Stauch. Second How: J. Lovre, K. Olson, S. Powell, K. Alvis, C. Clarke, C. Cottington, B. Rist, D. Larson, L. Richter, D. Foreshoe, G. Mogen. Back Row: B. Lyon, T. Carr, -J. Wessman, M. Held, T. Whorley, K. Uhl, H. Tschetter. YOUNG REPUBLICANS The officers of YGOP: M a r c i a Mostrom - Historian; Gene Mogen- Vice -Chairman; Dick Tschetter - Pres.; Lorie Long, Sec; Doyle Trea. Sage- First Row: N. Lamport, L. Overpeck, J. Dykshorn, E. Dixon, J. Beck, L, Menke, L. Long. Second Row: A. Jones, D. Hanson, D. Sage, G. Twedt, H. Gat fney. J. Klatt, P. -Mead, K. Perkins, N. Gellhaus, B. Blue, S. Clayton, B. Brisbine. Back Row: J. Ksbenshade, B. Kleibacker, J. .McDowell, L. Brown, D, Olson, B. Scribner, G. Wenell. The study of politics, examination of the party, and exposure to leading party members are the goals of the Young Republicans. The group is one of the largest in the Mid-West, The members of the Executive Council of YGOP: Tom Caar. Dick Tschetter, Gene Mogen, Doyle Sage, Marcia Mostrom, Lorie Long. Liz Overpeck, Eileen Dixon. Mr. John Grail ol the State Leg- islature spoke to the group about the bills that were in committee and talked about some of the workings of the legislature. I ci p Qi a r. a ■ Front Row: Barb Brisbine, Mike Ogburn, Lessi Smebakken, John Sail ad ay, Liz Overpeck, Jeff Grace, Jim Frost, Mary Beatty, Penny Poth. Middle Dr. Alton Templin, Grant Anderson, Bob Burns, Verlyn Fodness, John Odell, Dr. C. Cummins, Dr. Bragdon, Sponsor; Back Row: Don Meeks, Bob Morris, John Wood, Steve Nord, Jerry Jorgensen. HISTORY CLUB The officers of the club are: Dr. Earl Bragdon, Sponsor; Jeff Grace- Vice Pres.; Lessi Smebakken-Pres.; Penny Poth-Sec.-Treas. 266 H $ 2i First Row: A. Chaussee, J. Lentz, L. Stengle, Y. Sigler, R. Soulek, K. Lynch, C. Rennels, M. Flemmer, N. Gellhaus, M. Hanson, H. Aasen. Second Row: S. Bossert, C. Cimpl, J. Christenson, P. Goeken, V. Harrington, N. Benzler, J. Paulson, C. Fisher, C. Lenz, R. Mead, L. Smebakken, E. Cornelius, K. Hanlon. Back Row: J. Bennett, L. Jones, L. Gullickson, P. Carlon, D. Dobson, J. Robbenalt, M. Kodas, T. Tonner, D. Wiken.M. Lurd, T. Johnson. YOUNG DEMOCRATS Speakers are invited to their meetings to help give insights into government. At the February meeting Dr. Habbe was invited and spoke on the government ' s present policy in China. 267 Back Row: ( . Anderson; W. Hildebrandt; J. Wyly; I). Wiken; T. Dunn: R. Riter; J. Ilolbrook; V. Fodness; K. I ' liiTMiii; l,. Christenson; J. Keane; R. Schmelz; Middle Row: J. P. Guliin; C. Rose; L Jones; R. Brown; A. Nepper; K. Uhl; M. Schirber; R. Adams; B. Ristj B. Hagg; J. Odell; J. Dahl; B. Christianson; B. Scribner; D. Coball. Front Row: D. Bonynge; S. Beman;L. Schnell; D. Neuharth; J. Millar; P. Snover; M. Burns; K, Cornelius; L. Long; R. dinger. POLITICAL SCIENCE LEAGUE The leaders of Political Science League include Ron Olinger-President; Vie Raphael-Vice President; Lorie Long- Secretary-Treasurer. 268 Back Row: P. Bissel; S. Manolis S. Tiede; B. Lyon; P. O ' Brien; J. Engler; P. Mitler; P. Wirderlere; V. Ruark; D. Van Overschelde; J. Kurtze. Middle Row: T. Bross; W. Thorp; P. Clark; T. Johnson; H. Baird; D. Drake; G. Rothenberger; D. Gann; D. Sage; L. Ragel; O. Farber; Joyotpaul Chaudhuri. Front Row: V. Raphael; J. Haggardt; B. Estee; R. Reedy; K. Lynch; P. Quinn; F. W. Zuercher; D.C. Dahlin. Dr. Jan of the Government Department was invited to give a talk on China, on which he is an expert. 269 D. Summy-Pres.; D. Miller, P. Burgan-Vice Pres.; S. Doeseher, L. Huff. INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS SOCIAL WORK INTEREST GROUP Back Row: K. Zelenka, L. Kutschinski, M. Cash, M. Synder, P. Bickett, M. Ford. Middle Row: A. Dunn, L. Schroeder, C. Anderson, S. Waltner, J„ Wentz, P. Quinn, M. Eichman, K. Melby. 270 . » CJ Front Row: D. Ted row, A. Hag en, D. Hollister, V. Beasley, S. Johnson, J. Thomas. Back Row: D. Steckelberg, B. Wendt, D. Vlasak, D. Reimer, G. Teut, L. Larson, W. Hins, J. Wissink, J. Thomas, P. Christopherson. INVESTMENT CLUB LAW STUDENT OFFICERS The officers are: Tom Vickerman, JonMattson, Leon Vander Linden, Lee Tappe. 271 Girls majoring or minoring in Home Economics meet together to explore common interests and promote their field. Club members are: Seated; J. Poulisse, J. Anderson, J. Nutter, M. Manning. Middle; Mrs. Sharon Crispin; advisor, K. Martin, K. Torkelson, K. Sorensen, P. Kreber, Standing; C. Romereim, J. Briggs, S. Vander Poe, J. Hanson, J. Beck, J. Anderson, L. Holtkamp, P. Christopherson, G. Davis. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB NURSING STUDENTS Students working for an associate degree in the School of Nursing meet together to stimulate interest in their profession. Officers in this association are: B. Bradford, Trea,; S. Sebring, Pres. R. Brown, Sec. Business Students meet to advance professional spirit and loyalty in the School of Business. Officers: Seated DanErickson, Pres; Tom Dice, V. Pres; Stand- ing: Larry Abrahamson, Sec; David Wagner, Treas; and Dr. Clement, Advisor. BUSINESS STUDENTS SNEA Student National Education Association helps prepare students for future teaching. Pro- spective teachers learn through guest speakers, films, and various educational activities. Back row: B. Lorenzen, N. K rominga, J. Delbridge, B. Meuller, C. Cottington, B. Allison, M. Hanson, S. Kees, V. Hoven, M. Robinson. Third row: Dr. George Snyder, P. Dolan, J. Glass, K. Seiken, S. Lofthus, N. Myers, S. Junek, K. Borin, R. Reedy, M. DeBoom, C. Braley, N. Gelhaus, M. Dunn. Second row: B. Brooks, K. Azelton, B. Shabino, B. Oliver, N. Seager, B. Burns, J. Clark, C. Millstead. First row: S. Bossert, H. Schuelke, S. Clayton, M. Friedrich, L. Kelly, S.Conover, J. Anderson, M. Kipling, A. Chaussee. 2° il?ft Front Row. S. Keller, L. Alquist, D. Murphy, R. Schroeder, H. Wickre, J. Stengle, L. Pinney. Second Row: K. Siegenthaler, P. Mutschelknaus, P. Ronge, C. Holforty, S. Sebring, J. Clark, M. Foy, K. McCance, M. Slattery, S. Bakkenhaug. Third Row: M. Flynn, M. Kolsrud, J. Jenther, B. Stratton, D. Heetland, D. Drake, D. Hansen, J. Heilman, L. Petersen, J. Erickson, C. Van den Brink, G. Huff, J. Beyer, J. Peterson, K. Safford, M. Swenson, J. Gullickson, M. DeBow, B. Mundhenke, J. Priest, Back Row: W. Thorp, B. Slott, G. Jenter, D. Kramer, R. Owens, L. Myers, D. Hirschkorn, D. Nelson, D. Karpen, L. Wehrkamp, M. Kotas, J. Waltner, H. Eichman, D. Heinson, D. Ries, F. Marshall. HIPPOCRATES CLUB The officers are: George Jenter, Steve Keller, Sharon Sebring, and Dr. F. D. Marshall. 274 First Row: S. Johnson, P. Grotewold, N. Preszler, P. Ray. Second Row: D. Wahlin, J. Poulisse, K. Koskovich, G. Wermersen, K. Lantis, G. Nickolisen, D. Johnson, Back Row: J. Johnson, J. Major, T.Corgee, D. Rimker, G. Sperlich. RODEO CLUB The officers of Rodeo Club: K. Koshovich-Assist Rodeo Chairman; C. Xickolisen-Pres.; K. Lantis-Y. Pres.; D. Rimker-Rodeo Chair.; P. Ray-Trea.; J. Poulisse-Club Sec; S. Johnson-Historian.; N. Preszler-Rodeo Sec. ft V5i CEC The Council For Exceptional Children is a non-profit organization whose members are Special Education majors. They meet to discuss the problems in this area. The members from left to right are: Standing: L. Busch; E. Offerdahl; T. R. Tower -advisor; L. Bach; D. Potter- advisor; J. Lang; C. Berzina; K. Kabrick; C.Nixon, Seated: R. Goering; M. A. Striff; S. Conover; B. Oliver; S. Lofthus; B. Mead; A. Logsdon; M. Kipling. The members of Business Wives Club are: Back Row: N. Wissink; L. Venekamp; K. Hins; C. Larson; P. Brancel; G. Henrichs. Middle Row: S. Hollister; J. Lostboth; K. Schwarz; J. Wittrig; L. Abrahamson; M. Manning. Front Row: S. Steeli; M. Thomas; J. Hegstrom; C. Kirschenmann. BUSINESS WIVES 276 Front Row: C. M. Mickey, P. Hudson, T. Shortbull, D. Frazin. Second Row: M. Cuney, R. Hudson, R. Penn, L. Lauerence, P. Dauphinais, R. Clifford, W. Stands, P. Bluestone, T. Luscombe. WAPAHA CLUB SPANISH CLUB Front Row: K. Naranjo, D. Bonynge, P. Grotewold, P. Goeken, J. Dyhshorn, C. Rennels, J. Eillow, J. Glass, C. Rhoades. Middle Row: M. Naranjo, P. Snyder, B. Herbert, U. Auve- Faculty Advisor; K. Alvis, C. Cottington, R. Borszich, S. Purtell, C. Sayner, P. Ray, F. Schmidt, A. Alvis. Back Row: C. Millman, S. Jones, R. J. Miller, D. Foreshoe, D. Jones, T. Jones, H. Allen. 277 Front Row: J. Sinha, M. Hvam, M. Perrenoud, S. Lau, J. Heeren, C.Kqupp.M. Wilson, L. Seymour, B. Mogck. Second Row: Dr. Sinha- Foreign Student Advisor; Y. Michailidis, J. Lin. F. Chi, G. Kuo, J. Ellis, . Fuchs, S. Lau, U. Okorie, J. Ma, A. Elghoul, G. Jan, Dr. H. C. Koenig-Club Advisor; Back Row; S. Anani, E. Egbosimbah, S. Onwuchekwa, J. Thrane, D. Bray, J. Hegeman, R. J. Miller, E. Mickelson, E. Carr, M. Samrah. COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Dr. Jan speaks to the group about China during the Febru- ary meeting. The officers include: Jessica Sinha, Barbara Mogck-Sec.-Treas.; Jim Ellis-Pres.; Back How: Dr. Prakash Sinha-Foreign student Advisor; Wolfgang G. Fuchs-Vice Pres.; Johan Hegeman-Social Chair.; Dr. Harry C. Koenig-Clul) Advisor. COMMUNITIES ■ CAMPUS HOUSING EDITOR: JON PETTENGILL CYPRESS and REDWOOD COURTS Mr. Marvin Van Kekerix, manager of Cypress Court, Is pictured here with his wife, Gloria, and son. Manager of Redwood Court, Dick Worman, is pictured here with his wife, Mary, and son. The married students of USD enjoy the comfort and convenience of Cypress and Redwood Courts. Each provides forty modern efficiency apartments available to the married student and his wife. A situation most married men seek to avoid. 283 In January of 1964, Norton Hall, named in honor of Miss Eleanor Norton, former Dean of Women, was opened. This year Norton houses 201 women. With its carpeted halls, Norton provides a comfortable second home for freshman girls. NORTON HALL Friendships are quickly formed between roommates. Mrs. Amalyne Lund, housemother, and her assistants Nancy Preszler and Sue Mayne. 284 Mrs. Norma Koenig is housemother with Miriam Johnson and Vicky Arrundale helping as assistant housemothers. The colored television provides a pleasant break from the endless college routine. BURGESS HALL Since 1960 Burgess Hall has been a home away from home for many girls. This year Burgess Hall is home for 181 girls. A large lounge with a piano and a new stereo are among some of the comforts of " home. " Carpeting in the halls will soon be added. Burgess Hall is active in many activities such as the Woman ' s Recreation Association, Swingout, and many other university activities. Candidates for the various queens on campus are also selected from Burgess. EAST HALL The first women ' s dormitory to be established on campus was East Ha ll, built in 1886. In 1906 it was enlarged and in 1957 and 1958 completely remoldeled for the University ' s growing needs. Seventy -five upper-classmen occupy this dorm and find the kitchen facilities and the large sun parlor more than satisfying fo r their domestic needs and entertainment. East Hall women actively participate in Swingout and Dakota Day festivities, where this year their float took first place in women ' s dormitory competition. An artist at work Housemother Mrs. Ruth Miller and her as- sistant Jane Hinkhouse Whatcha watchin ? Channel 2? NOTEBOOM HALL Housemother Mrs. Reka Johnson and her assistant Marjorie De Vaney. Noteboom Hall, dedicated In May 1955 for Miss Charlotte Noteboom, former professor and Dean of Education, is one of the women ' s housing units which provides ample resident facilities for 63 women. This dormitory includes a large study lounge and kitchenette for each floor and a spacious recreation room for entertainment or study along with a newly refurnished living room. Mlckelson Head Resident Counselor Mel Logterman and his wife Vernona BEEDE- Beede Hall Housemother Mrs. Pauline Smith, center, and her assistants Cheryl Hone and Carol Romerien 288 Beede Hall, named In honor of Dr. Grace L. Beede, head of the USD classics department, was opened to 302 women in September of 1966. Mickelson Hall, the companion men ' s dormitory named in honor of former Governor George Mickelson, houses 309. Primarily upperclassmen dorm- itories, they both feature a lounge, laundry room, and two study rooms on each floor. Other comforts include carpeted halls, telephones in every room, air- conditioning, and piped in music. A continental breakfast is served every morning. The large lounge on the main floor and a recrea- tion room and TV room in the basement are additional features shared by both units. Beede Hall participates in many campus activities and supports candidates for the various queen contests. Mickelson Hall Student Counselors are from left to right: Jim Kingsbury, Bob Sherwood, Larry Speckels, Bob Fuller, Jim Nixon, Leon Chickerneo, and Bill Kille. Not pictured is Randy Stiles. MICKELSON HALLS ' Oh, I see.. .well. ..maybe some other time. " I wonder if he realizes he ' s in Beede, not Mickelson. It s kind of confusing. " ' m JULIAN HALL A student seeking help on an assignment in notoriously difficult freshmen math Julian Hall, the largest men ' s dor mitory on campus, was constructed in 1949 after the original men ' s dormitory, West Hall was destroyed by fire. Housing 500 men, Julian Hall actively participates in various campus activities, some of which are the construction of the queen ' s float for Dakota Day festivities and participation in IDAC. Head Resident Counselor and his family from left to right are: Paul, Bev, John, and Scott Blackburn. 290 Julian Hall Association Representatives are: Row 1, D. Christensen, A. Hendry, F. Geyerman, J. Mickelson, G. Flohr, J. Sternquist, T. Mullin, and J. Blackburn - Head Resident Counselor; Row 2, D. Hardacre - treasurer, M. Kotas, C. Higgins, J. Holbrook, G. Halverson, B. Schoeman - president, T. Heuerman, L. Jensen, B. Fuller, J. Wessman - vice president, D. Cannon, J. Kelsey, and S. Donahue. Not Pictured are: T. Jostad - secretary, K. Tracy, H. Sundall, E. Szypulski, L. Pinney, J. Long, C. Blom, T. Thomas, P. O ' Brien. Serving as Julian Hall Counselors are: Row 1, Coleman Catos, Bill Kibble, Doug Wickstrom, Mark Flannery, Lon Groth; Row 2, Don Tracy, Tom Maher, Al Johnson, Lee Hinkley, Don De Haan, Hank Grant; Row 3, Gordon Osthus, Ron Weber, Bob Mayer, Jerry Melcher, Doyle Sonnenberg, John Kingsbury. BROOKMAN HALL Head Resident Counselor is Mike De Mersseman pictured here with his wife Katherine. Brookman student counselors are: Front Row, Mike DeMersseman-Head Resident Counselor, Gary Prink; Back Row, Duane Gieser, Duane Donat, Jim Haugen, and Jay Paulson. A combination cafeteria and study hall serves both Brookman and Julian Halls. " But who would call me? " HOIZE3J The good life: college. Aw »B One of the newest dormitories o n campus is Brookman Hall. In December of 1963 this men ' s facility was dedicated to Dr. Lawrence Brookman, a long time head of the department of Applied Science at the University. This dormitory houses 200 men students. Some of the dormitory ' s features are Its strictly modern entryway, lounge and kitchen facilities. Brookman Hall is known for its casual relationship iamong its residents. GREEKS EDITOR: LIZ MEYER X. J Row 1 : Dee Neuharth, Bette Oliver (Secretary), Mary Ann Connors (President), Marcia Malushnik (Vice-president), Diane Dailey (Treasurer). Row 2: Mrs. H. L. Sletwold, Barbara Meester, Barbara Grier, Candy Hibbeler, Mary M. Olson, Clay Ann Goetze, Nancy Norman, Marilyn Comp, Dean Valena H. Burke. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Seated: Robert Weeks (Advisor). Tom Carr (Vice President), Richard Tschetter (President), John Maynes (Secretary). Row 2: Lynn Myers, Gaylord Avery, Charles Cooper, Keith Uhl, Tom Whorley, John Wood, Royhl Ebert, Slade Brewer, Don Nelson, Gary Colwill, Richard Kielman, Kirk Kemmish, Greg Yates, Ron Klipfel, Bill Larson. 295 Row 1: Mary Greenough, Carmen Kollasch, Polly Steinbach, Mary Birgen, Julie Ericson, Lana Rubida. Row 2: Deila Tidball, Mary Rozum,Judy Jackson, Kathy Workman, Barb Meester, Myrna Silen. Row 3: Sharon Ackerson, Leslie Sawyer, Patsy Woertink, Gloria Flemmer, Karen Wallem, Jan Larson, Mary Klink, Barbara Smalley. Housemother: Mrs. Hilda ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 296 Row 1: Marte Hvam, Gloria Jean Gesty, Mary Ellen Scott, Barbara Wagman, Susan Radosti, Judy Langemeier, Row 2: Renee Akers, Susan Schumacher, Aleda Tysver, Dee Newharth, Barb MacNrily, Patricia Ray. Row 3: Karla Pearson, Mary Perrenoud, Joyce Rippentrop, Janel Clark, Kathy Hanlon, Kathy Kabrick. Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracruse University in 1904. The Beta Lambda chapter was brought to this campus in May, 1966. Nationally Alpha Gamma Delta pioneered in two fields; camps for underprivileged children and advanced training for counselors in job placement for the handicapped. The sorority also established a library at Syracuse University Hearing and Speech Center. The Alpha Gams have now moved into their own house and are active in cam- pus affairs and organizations. They were first in tennis and then third in bowling in WRA competition. Among their other honors and activities are the National College Rodeo Queen and membership in Alpha Lambda Delta. 297 Row 1: Tami Garvey, Marsha Amiss, Prudy Knox, Judi Dillow, Donna Dyer, Joann Beyer, Pam Kendall, Marcia Maluchnik. Row 2: Jane Beck, Sandra Conover, Kathy Azelton, Julie Everhard, Carol Bouska, Darlyne Wells, Chris Stoner, Shelly Michaelsen, Muriel Madsen, Margaret DeBoom. Row 3: Clay Ann Goetze, Marilyn Creaser, Sandy Smith; Mary Hassinger, Cheryl Crandall, Janet Cragg, Margy Dennison, Donna Merritt, Stephanie Tan da, Maxine Hoyone. Housemother: Mrs. ErmaJepsen ALPHA PHI 298 Row 1: Dianna Woodford, Pat Clapp, Julie Grace, Terry Payne, Jan Rae Ellis, Dawn Wedeking, Marcia Warner, Jean Torkelson, Nancy Norman, Row 2: Kinda Kienitz, Barbara Bauer, Nancy Nedved, Nancy Myers, Carol Draeger, Cindy Waggener, Margie Bolks, Susan Michaelson, Vonnie Richter, Candy Madsen, Nancy Nelsen. Row 3: Mike Wolter, Eva Olson, Peggy Roush, Car Holleman, Jill Klatt, Conni Corey, Sharon Powell, Nancy Lamport, Linda Kruse, Shirley Bossert, Jean Creaser. The Alpha Phi ' s excelled in scholarship with six members in Alpha Lambda Delta, four in Guidon, and three members in Mortar Board. lers in campus activities include President of Panhellenic, President f SNEA. .Mu Phi Alpha President, and CEC president, co-editor of the Blast, section and photography editors of the Coyote, one majorette, three ch ers, four Little Sisters of .Minerva, and three girls chosen for Who ' s Who. On Dakota Day, Maggie Peterson was chosen " Mis- Dakota, " and the Alpha Phi float was awarded the sweepstakes prize. For their national philanthropy project, the chapter had a Cardiac Aid Fund Raising Drive in Vermillion. 299 Row 1: Vicki Saas, Cheryl Hardy, Susan Anderson, Kathi McMinemee, Linda Eagan, Nancee Moe, Debbie Nelsen. Row 2: Beth Bowker, Donna Heggelund, Cynthia Manke, Kate Dougherty, Jane Beck, Mary Lee, Wanda Fischer, Kathy Nearman. Row 3: Margene Johnson, Donna Lenz, Gloria Anderson, Carolyn Harris, Lynda Menke, Cindy Cameron, Dee Braakman, Mary Banbury, Marie Hanson, Row 4: Vikki Hoven, Connie Hauck, Susan Bantz,Mkki Benzler, Linda Crampton, Bev Allison, Carol Lenz, Connie Cottington. Housemother: Mrs. Florence Bloom ALPHA IX DELTA 300 Row 1: Joanne Bragdon, Joada Erickson, Kathy Niedert, Martee Robinson, Lynn Moran, Eileen Dixon, Row 2: Sandy Hauck, Ginny Davis, Mary Ann Vlatiakis, Mary Brandon, Mary Flemmor, Barbara Brisine, Teri Smith, Row 3: Sandra Utesch, Candy Hibbeler, Sheila Roark, Carol Clarke, Nancy Gellhaus, Betsy Lamont, Karen Lawton; Row 4: Harriet Aasen, Kay Cameron, Marilyn Peterson, Chaille Harrington, Patty Hoar, Marcia Bjerk, Diane Sullivan. Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was founded in 1903 and is the oldest so- rority on USD ' s campus. This past year has been filled with honors and awards, trophies and crowns, for those who wear the golden Quill. In the spring of 1966 the Alpha Xi ' s teamed with the Beta ' s to take second place in the Stroller ' s Show and first place with the SAE ' s in the Spring Fling. The Alpha Xi ' s won first place in WRA, Interhouse Discussion Tournament. Bowling Tournament, place in Swingout. second place for the Women ' s Speech trophy, and third The Alpha Xi ' s began the fall term with their Dakota Day float winning the Judges ' Special Award. Cindy Cameron was chosen Pershing Rifle Sponsor and at the Military Ball was chosen Honorary Cadet Colonel, receiving the crown from Alpha Xi Kathy McMinemee, the 1966 colonel. Alpha XI Delta Quills are worn by members in fourteen various honoraries and by the Pres- idents of AWS, Zeta Phi Eta, and Toastresses. Nationally, Alpha Xi Delta sponsors Howell House in Chicago, a branch of Neighborhood Service Organization. Locally, Alpha Xi ' s teamed with TKE in an outing for orphans in Sioux Falls. 301 Row 1: Carolyn Sexton, Nancy Carlsen, Nancy Seager, KathySpecker, JanBader, Bev Shabino,Jaci Jiran,DebbieBonynge, Judi Woodward, Row 2 : Georgeanne Harless, Joan Anderson, Jeanette Mahan, Karen Melby, Cindy Thoene, Diane Vandermark, Sandee Ott, Jolea Coverdale, Jeannie Erickson. Row 3: Virginia Harrington, Jan Stonebarger, Barb Estee, Paulette Grotewold, Karen Christensen, Jeanette Meyer, Susan Abell, Nancy Reding, Sheryl Ekren, Allayne Wooley. Housemother: Mrs. Lucie Fridley CHI OMEGA 302 Row 1: Kathy Kenzy, Bette Oliver, Ji an Scully, Bonnie Hollmann, Barb SI Marne Jo Attig, Yvonne Sigler, Barbara Bollinger, Darlene Stratton. Row 2: Terry Porter, Ardell Edmunds, Mar) Lynn Drees, Peggy Goeken, Helen Cassens, Karen Iverson, Susan Loftluis. Susan Kvien, Diane Laur, Barb Bambas, Barbara Grier, Ann chaussee. Row : : Smith, Julie Engman.JeriThelen, Sandra Nelsen, Sylvia Belatti, Marj Swenson, LorieHabberstad,BarbListon, Jackie Van Westen, Roxie Goering, Ann Mrk Upsilon Gamma Chapter of the Chi Omega sorority held its National Con- vention at Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, this summer. They started the fall semester off successfully by the winning of the first place trophy in the best sorority float of the Dakota Day Parade and by having a candidate up for Miss Dakota. Their five varsity cheerleaders and head majorette also lent spirit for the occasion. Scholarship was the keynote for the chapter as seven of their number qualified as members of Alpha Lambda Delta, two of which held offices, and five girls were tapped for Guidon. In addition, the position of Mortar Board treasurer was held by a Chi Omega. Mu Phi Epsilon, the music sorority on campus has Chi Omegas holding the offices of treasurer and warden. Other honors include the Rose of Delta Sigma Pi and first runner up to Best Dressed Coed. 303 Row 1: Janice Ludgate, Elizabeth Meyer, Carol Pritchard, Carol Werth, Christine Urquehart, .Mary Ann Connors, Patsy Werth, Ellen Loe, Susan Johnson, Jill Peterson, Susan Gutzman. Row 2: Jean Benson, Judy Opheim, Susan Hall, Sara Jane Johnson, Debbe Molitor, Barbara Mrs. Marion Green is Kappa Alpha Theta housemother. Lampert, Becky Dunn, Pat Blume, Barbara Larson, Marcia Dristy. Row 3: Claudia Burns, Charlys Milstad, Kathy Myhren, Jean Parsons, Jo Ellen Gullickson, Arline Fisher, Vicki Jameson, Kay Sauer, Janet Schenk, Margaritte Williams. KAPPA ALPHA THETA 304 Row 1: Sandi Point, Jane Scott, Caren Madsen, Marilyn Endorf, Debby Marsh, Debbie Burns, Margie Connors, Linda Burt, Leanne Kelly, Daline Moore, Marilyn Comp, Mary Jane Mundt,Row2: Deanne Gundersen, CarlaAgeton, Mary Anne Feyder, Patty Mead, Julie Lang, Janis Hebert, Cathy Campbell, Judy Groeneveld, Ginny Tauber, Georgia Cuts hall, Christi Anderson, Liz Overpeck, Kathy Nielsen, Geri Misterek, Connie Hanlon, Jan Adams, Row 3: Nancy Ellwein, Mary McBride, Mary McDermott, Catherine Deeringer, Debbie Bushfield, Sue Hodgson, Inge Howe, Karen Martin, Karen Olinger, Marsha Kipling, Cindy Carlsen, Kathy Perkins, Lorie Long, Nancy Tschetter, Katherine Tauber. Kappa Alpha Thcta ranked tops in scholarship this year with four members in Alpha Lambda Delta, eight Guidons, and seven Mortar Boards, including the President. The Thetas retired the scholarship trophy alter receiving the highest grade point for three successive years. The Alpha Hho chapter re- ceived the honor of having the highest scholarship of all the Theta chapters in the nation, and received the most outstanding Theta chapter award. Honors on campus include commander of Drill Team, President of Forens six cheerleaders, including head cheerleader, six members of Who ' s Who, South Dakota College C ueen, second runner-up to Miss Best Dressi first runner-up to Pershing Rifles Sponsor, two candidates for Honorary Cadet Colonel, sweetheart of Alpha Tau Omega, highest freshman over-all grade point award, and four members of Phi Beta Kappa. The Thetas also retired the Swingout trophy. The Sig AiphS and Thetas teamed to take third place in the Strollers Show. First place honors went to the Thetas for Dakota Day house decorations. 305 Row 1: Judi Cowan, Linda Anderson, LaNyce Kahler, Lee Flynn, Holly Bartholow, Jane Hyldahl, Judy Nielsen, Jane Koarich, Row 2: PattyHoutz, Janice Demlo, Mary C. Olson, Karen Buus, Kris Gellerman, Paula Worster, Bonnie Blue, Susan Lee. Row 3: Linda Gange, Roberta Reedy, Sue Gibson, Sallie Friess, Roberta Anderson, Liz Hagen, Judy Link, Helen Schuelke.Row4:Polley Stauch, Karen Olson, Jean Riehl, Sandy Smit, Judy Dvoracek, Marilyn Hine, Marcia Mostrom, Kitty Doane. HousomotluT: Mrs. Ruth Workman PI BETA PHI 306 Row 1: Diane Dailey, LouAnna Bahr, Pat Quinn, Linda Davis, Stuart Clayton, Judy Stransky, Row 2: Kathy Lynch, Lessi Smebakken, Vicki Brown, Jeanne Duffy, Diane Saylor, Regie Soulek. Row 3: I vnn Bryant, Kathy Zelenka, Cindie Anderson, Marilyn Funston, Fran Schmidt, Carol Morrison, Martha Hyldahl, Cindy Cimpl, Marslia Sly. Row 4: Janice Peterson, Susan Springe r, Carolyn Maddox, Linda Hess, June Ettles, Nancy Pearsall, Sue Hansen, Jan Christenson, Joyce Delbridge. Entertaining interests in all campus activities, South Dakota ' s Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi, is known. Honoraries and organizations claimed four wearers of the arrow in Guidon, four members in Mortar Board, and three members of Who ' s Who. Addi- tional personal honors included the first runner-up to Miss University, Miss Dakota Day finalist, four members in Alpha Lambda Delta, and two Phi Beta Kappa participants. Pi Phi girls were also recognized as Beta and Lambda Chi sweethearts, Miss YGOP and Miss Young Democrat, and Best Dressed Coed. Holding offices in Zeta Phi Eta, Coyote staff, cheerleading, History Club, SNEA, Social Interest Group, and Volante staff, the chapter utilizes its possibilities for campus leadership. In 1966, the Pi Phi ' s joined the Delts show. in placing first in the annual Strollers 307 Row 1: Curt Toft, Denny Egli, William Larson, Jim Broderick, Daniel Scott, Pat Bissell, David Scott, Row 2: John Carlson, Kenneth Vohs, Patrick Smith, Jim Frost, De nnis Ditmanson, Curtis Coffman, Tom Millar, Bob Edwards, George Bader, Row 3: Jim Larson, Vernon Smith. Doug Habbena, Slade Brewer, Del Mulder, Rod Gross, Jerry Melcher, Dick Ambrosius, Ron Sass. Housemother: Mrs. Polley Douglas ALPHA TAU OMEGA 308 Row 1: Brant Defibaugh, Bob Grewe, Mike Schlimgen, Jerry Goodroad, Mick Francis, Lin Dailey, John Guhin, Keith Conklin, Row 2: Jerry Anderson, Bruce Barents, Paul Johnson, Lynn Reyelts, Bill Willoughby, David Olson, Dave Von Wald, Bill O ' Keefe, Park Owen, Paul Nelson, Dennis Hanson, R. Kurtenbach, Row 3: John Gilman, Mike Nenaber, Robert O ' Keefe, Kerry Cameron, Alan Vande Weerd, Mike Collignan, Chuck Terry, Bill Sly, Denny Uken, Maylen Haller, Jim Keitges, Russ Elliott. The Alpha Tau Omega chapter made it five in a row as they won the Charity Carnival fund drive last spring. And the 1966-67 year looks equally as suc- cessful. The Taus won the second place trophy for their float on Dakota Day, an annual event sponsored by the Dakotans of which the ATO ' s have two members. Jerry Melcher and John Guhin, two senior members of the chapter, were tap- ped for Omicron Delta Kappa and were elected to Who ' s Who. Other honors in the house include a Stroller, the commander of Pershing Rifles, the Senate Majority leader, and membership in Scabbard and Blade. 309 Row 1: Ron Pickt, Larry McDowell, Mike Fisk, Robert McCoy, Bill Shields, Vernon Peterson, Gary Colwell, Row 2: Larry E. Christensen, Jeffery L. Peterson, Bob Moeller, John Rozell, Bill Ackerman, Denver Dillard, John Farrar, Bill Mundhenke, Row 3: Gary Brakke, John Stengle, Steve Gause,Mike Keller, Dick Miles, Gene Mogan, Tom Naiman, Darrel Hinkelman, Geoff Rose, Ken Brown, Jim Mahacek. Row 4: Michael Loehrer, Gary Fleishacker, Larry Zafft, Curt Cornelisen, Mike Faragher, Dale Hansen, Mike Shull, Bill Woolery, Ron Huwe, Todd Tucker. Housemother: Mrs. Margaret Hughes BETA THETA PI 310 { % rv ;»i ft t ff : t 3 .■ • Row 1: Bob Brown, Jerrj Miller, Steve Kolsrud, Terry Swensen, Mick Williams, Boli SlOtt. Row 2: Bill Eakes, Jim Coleman, Tom Parliman, Roger Bromert, Bob Masters, John Ma Michael Bowen, Mark Flannery. Row 3: 11 Martinson, Ron Roehr, Gary O It mans, Doug Heinson, Dave Lux, Harlan Wlckre, Stove Keller, Larry Pinney, Floyd Viel, Tom Den Russell Evenson. Row -1: Geor Jenter, Larry 1 . Wehrkamp, Jerel Erickson, Stephen Vieregg, David Anderson, John Priest, James Harmon, Nasser. The Gamma Alpha chapter of Beta Theta Pi provided the conditions for collegi nun to build personalities while accomplishing their goals. The diverse inter- ests of the chapter ' s members include personal honors in the past year such as Jerry Miller ' s participation in the Rifle and Pistol club, Hob Mueller ' s leadership in Young Democrats, Gene Mogan ' s chairmanship in Young Re- publicans, and tour members ' active participation in Phi Eta Sigma. Coupled with the annual Strollers ties; the chapter Alpha Xi Delta ' s, the Beta chapter placed second in the how. Other active events included the intramural activi- placed 1st in golf and tied for th osition in football. Honoraries initiated four Beta Dakotans, four Strollers, a memb bbard and Blade aw. Omicron Delta Kappa. 31i tff ftttf (tf Row 1: Howard Baird, Nick Guddal, Mike Ogborn, Bob Knutson, Wally Marker, Ken Cloud, GragTwedt, Charles S tylor, Row 2: Steve Manolis, Ron Runst, Lon Tabor, Tom Johnson, Rich Dell, Steve Busch, Mike Bristow, Tom Dunn, Housemother: Mrs. Retta Kimmel Dave Johnson, Dick Ballard, JimSeSaix, John Wood. Row 3: Cecil Hedger, Jim Benson, Leigh Chaffee, Barry Thompson, Don Ryrkema, John Sternquist, Stuart Tiede, Doug McAtee, Bob Oltman, Pat O ' Brien, Mike Cady, Tom Graf. DELTA TAU DELTA 312 | r ' If r f If W 7 ■ J ' " ' . h. BBk. gMi— fc — I M . •• Row 1: John McKinley, Lucian Jones, Paul Williams, Dennis Kuronen, Roy, Klipfel, Jon Templeton, Mike Hinde, Larry Hultgren, Steve Stocks. Row 2: Skip Moeliring Royhl Ebert, Rich Tsclietter, John Wagner, Frit . Leigh, Ron Sullivan, Curt Ulire, Steve Plummer, Dave Evans, John Springer, Dave Olson, John McDowell, Drew Johnson, Howard Lein, Paul Sundberg, Row 3: Ron Light, Handy Miller, Kim Strommen, Terry Acndrick, Tom Brandriet, JoeB.Dankey, Dick Slattery, Jim W ess man, Ron dinger, Rick Gillis, Tim Johnson, Bruce Lyon, Dan Hanson, Jim Johnson, Wade Hubbard. The past year has been a very active one for the brothers of Delta Tau Delta. The Delts teamed with the Pi Phis to take first place in the 1966 Strollers show. In intramural sports, the Delts, received first place in tennis and sec- ond place in golf. Honoraries and activities include four Dakotans, seven Strollers, three members of Scabbard and Black ' , and one member inOmicron Delta Kappa. Rich Tschetter was elected President of YGOP and of [FC, and Hon dinger was named Cadet Colonel and President of the Political Science League, and Larry Hultg was recognized Phi Eta Signia. by Who ' s Who. Hon Light and Curt Uhre were initiated into 313 f. ? f ' tf t ?i llljMl ■ -L J Km , L 1 ■ Jfe! 1 , 2 ' L J JkJh 8 ■ pi rj . A ' fl B fl few. Jfl l F 1B r r f 1 - a-WBt w - •■■■■ v« 4 , -» . v Row 1: Wayne Bridenstine, John Moisan, Harold Hansen, Ted Richardson, Ron Foreman, Dick Trumbo, Jim McGrann, Row 2: Leonard Richter, Tom Cotton, Tom Carr, PatGulbranson.FredOleson, Larry Giessinger, Jon Stine, Vic Raphael, Row 3: James Larson, Bill Remington, Tom Storms, Tom Conway, Ken Buell, Tom Jostad, Uick Schneider, Larry McAtee, Bob Murphy, Row 4: Charles Cooper, Bill Kleibacker, Jeff Esbenshade, George Strandell, Russ Mills, Dale Gerlach, Dennis Holt, Chuck Lynde, Kendall Schmidt, Jim Maresh. Housemother: Gwendolyn Vernon LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 314 JLjLftJLS « -» Row 1: Ron Dvorak, David Smith, Skip McKenzie, Dennis VanOverschelde, Jerry Schammel, Doug Grow, Dennis Van Vactor, Jim Buchanan, Jim Huss, Ralph Avery, Larry Marsh, Gerry Boocock, Doug Fuller, Roger Mjoen. Row 3: William Groves, Mel Duncan, Jim Abbott, Kais Kober, Jim Johnson, Fred Romkema, Dean Rasmussen, Dennis Kaiser, Bruce Coining, Jerry Merriman, Row 4: Gary Adams, Dick Brownell, Roger Eckstrand, Gale Camerer, Gary Siverts, Bryan Bennett, Elton Winters, Bill Sandness, Bob Azelton. The Alpha Gamma Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha finished up the 1966 school year by taking first place in the annual IFC Mothers ' Day Sing. Tom Henry added to house honors, and his own, by being selected as President of Omicron Delta Kappa. Beginning with the 1966 fall term the brothers placed first in house decorations on Dakota Day. Dick Schneider and Gaylord Avery were selected as Dakotans, while Tom Carr was selected as a Stroller bringing house membership to total four in this organization. Lambda Chi had a first on campus this fall when it held a freshmen women ' s tea. Other social events included the Fall Brawl and the Spring Formal, at which the crescent girl and most outstanding senior member of the frater- nity were selected. The chapter shared its spirit of Christmas giving by holding its eighteenth annual Orphans ' Party in December. Later in the year, five of the brothers were selected for Scabbard and Blade, National Military Honorary . The house ' s most important achievement, with the help of the chapter advisor, Dr. John Van Why, was the establishment of a Lambda Chi Alpha colony at South Dakota State University at Brookings. 315 Row 1: John Bennett, Bob Rye, Doug Dittberner, Keith Uhl, Mike Manning, Tom LeRoy, Paul Roesler, Row 2: Dave Heffern, Bill Kille, John Biezuns, Tim Mahan, John Huth, Mike McGinty, Pat Chambers, Rick Held, Ray Zehr. Row 3: Art Gelow, Rick, Yarnall, Bob Henningsen, Don Abbott, Bill Wittrig, Roger W. Schmidt, Corky Bell, Jim Nixon. Housemother: Elda Stoneback PHI DELTA THETA 316 » r l», i f t ' .t ftf.t Row 1: Dennis Duncan, Gary Jepsen, Milton Nelson, John Erickson, Mark Morse, Todd Keith, Bruce Hanno. Tim Murphy, Row 2: Frank Morse,- Tim Sullivan, Terry Archer, Tom Whorley, Doug Hart man, Dave Nagl, Larry Gullickson, Randall Ipeker, Bob Lund, Bob Porter, Jim Schaffer. Row 3: Lauri Hakanen, Laurel Boerner, Steve Solum, Terry Morton, Dan Suter, Larry Lanners, Dave Springer, Jeff Bork, Linn Hall, Gary Wenell, Mike Held. South Dakota Alpha of Phi Delta Theta has had an active year on campus. Among the many honors earned were the National Community Service Day Recognition Award and the IFC championships in football and basketball. Individual honors in campus activities and organizations awarded the men of Phi Delta Theta include the editor and associate editor of the Yolante, Pres- idents of Strollers, two Dakotans, and one Scabbard and Blade. Climaxing the honors was the naming of four members to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. 317 Row I: David MacNally, Kevin Harlow, Tom Roberts, Jay Zea, Jon Pettengill, Doyle Sage, Jim Roberts. Ro w 2: Gordon, Johnson, Walter Moro, Richard Mattern, Gregory Blow, Thomas Barnes, Dale Benson, David Brewer, Row 3: Tom Barrell, Jon Graves, Jim Robbenolt, Den Disbrow, G. Rothenberger, Bill JBecker, Ron Wheeler, Jack Theller, Gary Prink. Row 4: Glen Johnson, Rick Norman, Mike Pieplow, Don Radeke, Allen Xord, Roger Wilson, Ryan Schmelz, Tom Britz. Housemother: Mrs. Florence Klock |gigl ' SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 318 JK. 2 r n 11. f i » ' . t f t ! t t r. Row 1: Tom Anelis, Bruce Peterson, Churck Eaves, John Hirsch, Dave Iverson, Carl Larson, Greg Tesdall, Tom Holland, Royle Sage, Row 2: Rich Larson, Kirk Moeckly, RonWilliams, Hermans, Joel Engelland, Tom Guhin, John French, Bob Horner, Bill Young, Row 3: Mike O ' Conn. 11. I arrj Ragels, Pat Carlon, Hollis Hurlbert, Chuck Koch, Bill Peterson, Dave Cahill, Dannis Gann, Al Leek, Rich . Rog Larson, Jack Errett, CI Ortman, Row 4: Chris Hamhlin, Howard Bastian, Courtland Jones, Rich Adams, Pat Maloney, Wayne Saukerson, Anderson, Harvey Jewett, Doug Afdahl, Russell Stavig, Paul Michels. Sigma Alpha Epsilon played a large part in University activities with brothers serving in the Dakotans organization, Strollers, Scabbard and Blade and Omicron Delta Kappa. Teamed with Kappa Alpha Theta, the Sig Alphs placed third in the Strollers show. Intramural sports held high rankings for the brothers with a second in football, first place in soft ball, and second place in basketball. On Dakota Day the- Sigma Alpha Epsilon float entry placed first in the men ' s division. Active in campus honoraries and activities, Sig Alph Mike Pieplow served as Student Body President, and Tom Dice reigned as Dakotans ' President. Two members were initiated into Phi Eta Sigma as additional chapter honors. 319 . M H £8 LlJL ft i ' -5 % If %$ 5 f ? ft- - ' i r ? Row 1: Michael Ziter, Gereld Vollmer, Don Mach, Craig Swartzbaugh, Quentin Lee, Mike Matern, Terry O ' Hallorian, Dan McKenzie, Bob Hurlbut. Row 2: Dennis Hogarth, Charles Gross, Charlie Neilson, Greg Yates, Bob Bushfield, Bob Brown, Steve Holdridge, John Quaintance, Tom Kobza, Mike Hamm, Randy Mink, Rick Phillips, Bill Deam, Dr. Earl D. Bragdon. Row 3: Rod Miller, DonLudens, Rich Thomson, Denny Clement, Mike Bailey, Mike Poppe. James Gaul, Ken Peterson, Don Nelson, Larry Ruiter, Douglas Gall, Dan List. SIGMA NU 320 Formation of the Sigma Nu Colony on the University campus began in April. 1966. Fred Pierce helped organize the colony and they received the colony petition on Decem- ber 3, 1966. I ' ravius Freeman installed them as a colony. Chapter installation will be held next fall. Serving as field consultant for the Sigma Nu group is Robert Stanley. Executive Secretary Richard Fletcher visit- ed the colony during the year. Steps to becoming a chapter include approval of the new colony by the other Sigma Nu Chapters in the district. University of Minnesota and North Dakota state chapters have visited the new colony. The University chapter will be the 147th chapter installed. Sigma Nu was founded in 1869 at Virginia Military Institute. The national headquarters is located at Lexington. Virginia. Sigma Nu members are active in many clubs and organizations on campus. They placed second in the lnterfraternity Sports basket- ball tournament. Future plans include participation in the lnterfraternity Sing on Mother ' s Day. They will team with the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority for the 1968 Strollers Show. A White Rose Formal will be held in the spring, and a Black and White Foot Day was held with the Alpha Tau Omegas. Also included in future plans are blue prints for a new house, to be financed by area members and a loan from national. Officers of Sigma Nu: Row 1: Denny Hogarth, (Secretary), William Deam (President), John Quaintance (Vice president); Row 2: Rich Thomson (Pledge Trainer), James Gaul (Reporter), Larry Ruiter (Treasurer). 321 f! H ' -f i - " - v 11 ' . Row 1: Pat Kirby, Sherby Carlson, Ron Cork, Bruce Martinson, Ron Ferguson. Row 2: Daniel Kirchgesler, Jery Hoy, James Hersrud, Dannis Dobson, Steve James, Gerald Wurtz, Craig Moore, Row 3: Jerry Kammeyer, Randy Cable, Brian Merhar, Jerry Kroon, Richard Kielman, Stephen Naber. Housemother: Mrs. Rachel Colwell TAU KAPPA EPSILON 322 Row 1: Don Guthmiller, Patrick Cuinn, Alan Fi slier, Eugene Friedriehsen, Id Heusinkveld, Lynn Myers, Row 2: Robert Villier, Charles H i ggins, Gregory Guillaume, Dave Hyink, Bill Britton, Ray Falk, Jeff Wrenn, Tom Sien, Michael Lussen. Row 3: Bob Bryan, Brett Hughes, Tom Clark, Craig : --on, David Driver, Lloyd Liken, Mike Rich. Tau Kappa Epsilon, the largest national fraternity, is represented in var- ious campus activities including Omicron Delta Kappa, Strollers, Dakotans, Phi Beta Kappa, and Scabbard and Blade, and Coyote and Yolante staffs. The campus leadership of the TKE ' s is evident in student government and offices held in Young Democrats and Pershing Rifles. The TKE chapter sponsored the annual Valentine ' s Day party for housemothers and last spring sponsored a picnic and part}- for the Sioux Falls orphanage as part of their annual public service weekend. 323 " If we had no other knowledge of what the Greeks were like, if nothing were left of Greek art and literature, the fact that they were in love with play and played magnificently would be proof enough of how they lived and how they looked at life. " . . .Edith Hamilton HM v mm m ft OB mm _ • - 1 • CONTESTANTS ATHLETICS EDITOR: MIKE OGBORN THINCLADS NAMED COLLEGE TEAM OF YEAR The Coyote runners captured this coveted award b sprinting to the second consecutive North Central Conference title in a row. Coach Lennon ' s tracksters also went undefeated in all meets where point totals were kept and set two all-time South Dakota College Relay records. The team ' s total at the N.C.C. meet was 73 points, outdistancing the nearest competitor by 18 points. John Huth, Kirk Kemmish, Gerald Hermans, and Frank Hoy composed the mile relay team which set the all-time record. Running in the Drake Relays, the foursome chopped the time to 3:15.8, which was two-tenths of a second better than the old one. At the Kansas Relays, the 880 team, consisting of Ray Dunsmore, John Huth, Kirk Kemmish, and Leonard Kliment, pulled down the old record by dashing to a 1:27.3 timing. This time was one-tenth of a second better than the previous r ecord. Jerry Danburg and Parris Erickson both managed to leap to a new university record in the triple jump. Danburg holds the official record at 44-8 1 2 and Erickson follows close behind at 44-6 1 2. John Huth set a new university standard in the intermediate hurdles at :53.4, just missing the all-time record. Dave Heffern, considered one of the upper- Midwest ' s finest mllers, performed conslstenUy as a winner In the mile, half-mile and In cross- country. Row 1, left to right: Terry Bong, Ron Stemson, Kirk Kemmish, Gerald Hermans, Dave Heffern, Leonard Kliment. Row 2: Coach Lennon, Ron Weber, Ray Dunsmore, Jerry Danberg, Doug Stuart, Rich Harris, Coach Macelroy. Row 3: John Huth, Dick Bovee, Dave Baade, Silas Storey, Parris Erickson, Frank Hoy, Ryan Schmelz, Phil Mad sen. Ray Dunsmore, John Huth, Leonard Kliment, and Kirk Kemmish composed the 880 relay team which set the Ail-Time South Dakota record of 1:27.3 two-tenths of a second better than the old record. Ron Weber and Frank Hoy were con- sistent performers for Coach Lennon throughout the season on the two-mile relay team. The mile relay team, consisting of Kirk Kemmish, John Huth, Gerald Hermans, and Frank Hoy, pushed the Ail-Time South Dakota record down to 3:15.8 at the Drake Relays. Terry Bong, a four-year letter- man and relay member, Frank Hoy, holder of the All-Time South Dakota 880 record of 1:52.4, and Leonard Kliment, member of the 880 and 440 relay teams, were the only graduating members of the Coyote track squad. 333 Surveying the proof of a Coyote clean sweep at the 1966 Howard Wood Relays In Sioux Falls are track coach Lennon and starter Howard Conners. The clndermen captured every university relay event to top the field at Wood Stadium. The nucleus of the University ' s crack track squad stands with the trophies won at the May Howard Wood meet. From the center, clockwise, are Jerry Hermans, Dave Heffern,, Ron Weber, Ray Dunsmore, Frank Hoy, John Huth, KlrkKemmish, and Terry Bong. 334 f$-$-$ f) % % $y% V 1 FRONT ROW: Gary Brakke, Lynn Heeren, George Fick, Lyle Graff, and Jerry Hauck. MIDDLE ROW: Jerry Even, Mike Hicks, Bob Henningsen, Jack Remien, and N John Miller. BACK ROW: Coach McKee, Larry Speckles, Dave Hesla, Joe Speckles, Ray Rylance, Marty Patterson, Jim Hettinger, and Coach Larry Treider. BUILDING YEAR IN BASEBALL In a spring sport gaining more spectator popularity season by season, Vera McKees Coyotes Baseball Squad enjoyed one of their most successful campaigns in 1966. Led by slugging catcher Ray Rylance, Aberdeen, and slick fielding shortstop George Fick, Cresbard, the Coyotes won a fair share of contests on their rugged 26 game schedule. Moundsman Jack Remien and Marty Patterson pitched fine ball, however, lack of depth on the hill corps hurt the Red and Whites success as the season took its toll on sore arms. Centerfielder Bob Henningson led the team in Triples and often times left fans gasping at his spectacular grabs. Jerry Hauck, first baseman, Aberdeen, led the team in doubles with seven. Fick was the team leader in R.B.I. ' s while Rylance, an all N.C.C. choice, was squad champ in the home run, hit, total bases, and batting average departments. The Coyotes ended the season with a 3-9 slate in the N.C.C. conference games. 335 i i •+ TA Clockwise from tin ' lnv.ei lefl corner are Jim Heeren, third baseman; George Kick, shortstop; Jerry Ilauck, first and right Held and Gary Brakke, second. Hay Rylance, who made the all-conference team, and John Miller caught for the 196G ball club. 336 -.-• Standing from left to right are Jack Remien, Marty Patterson, and Jerry Evan who com- prised the pitching staff for the 1966 season. Kneeling in front is Kay Rylance, the number- one catcher for the team. n I Left to right are Joe Speckels, Bob ilenningson, and l.yle Graff. Is was the left-:: Henningson was the center- lielder, and Graff covered right field. 337 Mi ' inbers of the 196G golf squad were, front row; Jim Gustafson, Dave Mitchell, and MikeEnglehai t; second row Coach Honing, Ron Williams, Steve Holdridge,and Bob Mueller. Gustafson, Englehart, Mitchell, and Williams were named to the N.C.C. tournament team. LINKSTER ' S UNDEFEATED IN DUAL MEETS Jeff Peterson, Jim Babb, Roger Southmayd, and Wally Marker composed the freshman team. 338 NETMEN HOLD 10-0 DUAL RECORD Tennis team members are, first row, Tim Kent and Jeff Dyke and second row, Jim Christensen, Skip Moehring, and Don Juneman Sophomore Tim Kent from Des Moines, Iowa is one of the strongest players joining the varsity team. 339 42.. 70181 Al 2; 83 Row 1: Steve Chambers, De an Freed, Tom Hanafan, Randy Settje, Joe Collins, Lyle Stuart, John Yates, Brian Rezatto, Glenn Ruhr, Tim Mojzak. Row 2: Coach Kerns, Don Abbot, Jim Fox, Jerry Melcher, Larry Hultgren, Dave Baade, Rich Harris, Dave Merkley, Jim Nixon, Coach Warren. Row 3: Coach Salem, Bill Kibbel, John Biezuns, Terry TomjacK, Bruce Barrar s, Lars Roberts, Al Johnson, John Wood, Mike McGinty, Tim Mahan, Doyle Sonnenberg. BIG RED COMPLETES 5-5 RECORD Under the helm of new coach Joe Salem, the Coyotes fought their way to a successful 5-5 record on the gridiron. The team out- distanced opponents 2,824 yards to 2,728 yards in total offense and outscored them 13 to 8 in touchdowns scored by passes. Starting the season against highly rated Colorado State College, USD surprised the forecasters and dumped Colorado 27 to 12. In the first home game, Big Red smashed Wayne State of Nebraska 40 to 6; and then tackled the University of Montana by a score of 21 to 7. After a tremendous opening three games , the Coyotes headed for Sioux Falls to tangle with Augustana. The Vikings managed to squeak past, 24 to 20, and hand Salem ' s boys their first loss. The University of North Dakota proved to be too much for the South Dakota eleven. They marched over USD 31 to 17 in a tight contest which was tied 17-17 with seven minutes left. North Dakota then broke lose and scored two quick touchdowns to break the game open. Neighboring Morningside College was the team ' s next opponent. On a mud-soaked field, the Coyotes rolled to a 38-0 score over the Chiefs. Dakota Day proved to be a disappointment to the football crowd, as South Dakota State slipped past the home team. State completed 3 out of 3 field goals to achieve a 22 to 18 victory. Big Red then entertained North Dakota State and held the highly touted North Dakota team to two touchdowns, but could not cross the line themselves. The Bison pulled out of the game with a 13-0 victory. 340 r i State College of Iowa invaded the campus the next week to meet a determined Coyote eleven. The home team controlled the game from start to finish, and as the final gun sounded, the score read 30-14. South Dakota journeyed to Des Moines for its final game against Drake. The much- larger Bulldogs were too powerful for the team, and they rolled over USD, 31 to 14. The Coyotes scored 255 total points to their opponents ' total of 60. With most of the team returning next year and a promising freshman team, the Red Ones forecast an even more successful season for next year. AN ' Hard-charging Larry Hultgren was the leading gainer in both kick-off and punt returns. On kick-offs, he averaged 14.3 yards per carry and 11.8 per carry in punt returns. Freshman Bob Koch proved to be a mainstay for the Pups with his broken-field running and is a distant possibility for a berth on the varsity squad. 341 ■ fr 181 Senior quarterback Jim Nixon missed three games, yet he still managed to score 32 points and maintain a 700-yard net gain in passing and 414 yards in ground rushing. Tim Mahan made many phenomenal catches like that pictured at left to gain 449 total yards and score 7 touchdowns. Season Record 5-5 Opponent ' s Score 27 Colorado State College 12 40 Wayne State 6 21 University of Montana 7 20 Augustana College 24 17 University of North Dakota 31 38 Morningside College 18 South Dakota State 22 North Dakota State University 13 30 State College of Iowa 14 14 Drake University 31 Left to right are Coaches Roger Kerns, Joe Salem, and Tom Warner, who led the Coyotes to the most successful season since 1958. 343 John Biezuns, noted for his second effort, punched out a net gain of 551 yards in ground rushing. All is not roses In football, as is evidenced by this scene from the mud and snow-covered field at Morningside. USD seemingly disregarded the conditions in their impressive 38-0 victory over the chiefs. 344 Sophomore Glenn Kuhr took over as quarterback when Jim Nixon was injured during the State game; and, despite inexperience, he completed 50 per- cent of his passes and had a net gain of 169 passing yards. Punting specialist Joe Collins kicked a total of 45 punts for an average of 35.3 yards per kick. 345 Big Al Johnson played defensive tackle and managed to drop most of the traffic sent over the center spot by opponents with his bone-crunching tackles. John Wood, playing tight end, gained a total of 89 passing yards and gathered in two T.D. ' s for the Coyotes. 346 J2 - » f«% K % 1, 37 f 93 r% 32 f « ■ , ♦ - - - $ •? ♦ Row 1, left to right: Bruce Ford, Greg Lanager, Joe Broome, Roger Larson, Norman Smith, Frank Lavia, Drew Johnson, Dick Slattery, Marty Jorgenson. Row 2: Chuck Eller, Jim Micalic, Jim Wujeck, Roger Hammerbeck, James Huber, John Kouler, Dennis Stuempke, Lee Jensen, Ron Swenson. Row 3: Assistant Coach Tom Cotton, Assis tant Coach Steve Chambers, Tom Knauf, Dick Brownell, Jim Foster, Terry Settje, Jerome Lee, Paul Thompson, George Bonn, Bob Koch, Head Coach Marty O ' Conner. PUPS PREPARE FOR VARSITY Lssisted by the student manager and the trainer, injured reshman Jim Micalic was helped off the field}. J , i A f I 347 Members of the 1966-67 wrestling squad are, from 115- pound man clockwise: Gary Lundeen, Dan MacKenzie, Floyd Viel, Jeff Parker, Bill Kille, John McKinley, Doyle Sonnenberg, Roger Wilson, Dave Baade, Dick Bovee, Dennis Miles, Bill Harrold, Bill Deam, Mick Williams, and Arnie Felt. Coach Kerns stands in the center. GRAPPLERS COMPLETE MOST SUCCESSFUL SEASON Coach Roger Kerns ' matmen complete the most successful season with a third place in the NCC meet. They ran up a total of 53 points to beat their old record of 44 scored last year. Their dual record was 5 and 8 which was also the best season record yet posted. The coach considered the team ' s pertorm- ance as the best yet this year and the squad showed terrific team action. Eight of eleven men won points for the Coyotes. The " U " was represented at the NCAA national tournaments by Dan MacKenzie (123), Bill Harrold (152), and Dick Bovee (HWT). 348 Sophomore John McKinley performed exception- ally well for a first year wrestler at 177 pounds. Doyle Sonnenberg, 160 pounder, was a returning letterman who exhibited the same winning form in 1966-67 season as he did last season. Jefi Parker (145) had .1 rather adverse season this year, finishing With a 2-8 match record. However, he gained needed experience and shows promise for next season. Heavyweight Dick Bovee proved to be as dependable as last season this year when he captured second at the conference tournament and represented USD at nationals. 3 50 Gary Lundeen (115) was not eligible to wrestle until semester break and con- sequently had a hard time getting into wrestling form. Sophomore Roger Fett (130) completed a G-6-1 and shows definite promise lor next season. 351 Dan MacKenzie (123) came from the freshman squad with an un- broken record and he continued this good record during this season and went to the NCAA nationals. 167-pounder Doyle Sonnenberg advanced in the NCC tournament to third place and won the pinners award, too. 352 A resident of Sioux Falls, Mick Williams wrestled at 137 and finished the season with a 7-6 record. Aggressiv e Willard Kille (160) proved to be the same able grappler as he was last year. 353 t vi 2 ;0- ' no: «. DA c,oTir The 1966-67 basketball squad consisted of, front row- Jack Theeler, Steve Stille, Gary Prink, Mike Hyde, John " Lintz, Skip Moehring, and Royhl Ebert; second row- assistant Coach Glen Shevlin, Bob Brewster, Ed Douse Jim Christensen, Jerry Even, Lyle Stuart, Duane Donat, Mel Durant, Art Gelow, Coach Clodfelter, and studen manager Joe Parsons. RECORD-BREAKING YEAR FOR REDSHIRTS Paced by " Happy " Jack Theeler, the 1966- 67 Coyote hardcourt men broke records left and right. Theeler was responsible for breaking or tying 14 old records. The squad itself set a new team mark of 42 field goals in one game against Tarkio. Some of Theeler ' s new marks are: most points in a game (48 against SDSL " and 49 against SCI), 22 free throws in a game, and a sea- son mark of 608 points. Art Gelow topped the free-throw percentage with a per cent of .814 and Mel Durant had the best shooting percentage with a .434. Overall the Big Red One completed a 9-13 season record with a 5-8 record in the North Central Conference. The team lost only 4 seniors from the line-up and the outlook for next year is good with so many returning lettermen with experience. 354 Mel Durant, the nimble Coyote guard, always managed to delude the defense and sink a basket when the heat was on. Speedy Art Gelow was a mainstay on the Coyote squad and his exclusiveness allowed him to score many lay-ups such as the one pictured at left. 355 Sophomore center Gary Prink provided the hefl i ded under the hoards for rebounds. Coach Claudfelter points out a give -and-go play for freshman coach, Glenn Shevlin. 356 ard skip Moehring, a leading rebounder for the Coyotes all season, retrieves another in thi Bob Brewster, .1 scrappy guard for Big displays his aggressive floor play against 31 T Carl Moehring, a 6 ' 5 " junior from Hutchinson, Minnesota, provided some of the height needed under the boards. Speedy Ed Douse, a sophomore from New York, came off the bench in a reserve status and pulled many close games out by sinking ten or twelve crucial points. 358 John I.intz, who played only 10 games as a reserve, still managed to maintain a 2.7 point average per game. Record-breaking Jack Theeler. who tied or beat 14 records this season, scores two more against State towards a total of 48 points ior that game. 359 Theeler had a deadly jump shot and he used it quite often to assure Coyote victories. Coach Clodfelter watches the referees calmly explain the reasons for a call to Coach Jim Morkling of South Dakota State. 360 Art Gelow, a talented Sophomore, from Saginaw, Michigan, gained recognition with his shifty floor play and from the fact he had the highest percentage of completed free throws on the team. Six feet nine-inch Mike Hyde provided the height and weight needed under the boards to give the Coyotes the advantage there. 361 Skip Moehring strains to tip to Jack Theeler in the final seconds of a close game. Although Bob Brewster was known best for his tenacious defensive play, he could always be counted upon to drop in a few needed buckets. 362 Senior Jim Christensen was a three-year letterman in basket- ball and was used mainly as a defensive man, especially if some- one was needed to stop a high scorer. Gary Prink started the season slow but by the time it was closing he was scoring right behind Theeler consistently, .uxi was collect- ing many of the rebounds gathered in by the squad. 363 Durant was moved to guard this season and the change didn ' t affect his game adversely at all. He still maintained his average at approximately ten points per game. A native of Pierre, Lyle Stuart had a lot of catching up with the rest of the team to do because of football but he proved to be an aggressive defensive man and an asset to the squad. 364 FROSH SHOW GREAT POTENTIAL Art Gelow shows off his form at the chanty strip where he gathered in the highest percentage award of the team. Row 1, left to right: Emmett Christian, Dave Christensen, Bill Homer, Larry Comstock, BobJosten, Marty Jorgensen, and Craig Edsen. Row 2: Coach Glenn Shevlin, Roger Hammerbeck, George Wermersen, Rod Stromberg, Rod Foster, Ron Gerhardt, John Dorente. Row 3: Terry Settje, Jerome Lee, Frank Buchan, John Moore, Wayne Corney and Dick Slattery. ATHLETIC Director of Athletics, John Honing, heads the Athletic Staff of USD. Honing, who served as Athletic Director at Utah State and Denver before coming to USD has seen Coyote sport fortunes sweep into an uptrend this past year. Honing also serves as golf coach. Dan Lennon. South Dakota ' s college coach of the year, always fields tremendous track teams. His thinclads hold records at most of the major meets throughout the Midwest. His cross-country teams are well respected in coaching circles. Lennon, a graduate of School of Mines, has coached his track teams to four NCC championships in the last six years, finishing second the two other years. Coach Roger Kerns holds a dual capacity on the USD coaching staff as he is both football line coach and head wrestling coach. Kern ' s young mat team ended the season with a strong showing in the NCC wrestling tourney. 366 STAFF Heading the upsweep was young " Smokey " Joe Salem, ag- gressive coach of the USD football team. Salem molded a small inexperienced squad into one of the leading powers in NCC competition. A Sious Falls native who quarter- backed the Minnesota National Champs in 1960, Salem looks forward to a tremendous ' 67 season and perhaps the first NCC title for the Coyotes since 1952. 1 I Football staff members include Tom Cotton, Marty O ' Connel, Tom Warner and Vern McKee. The freshman football team, tutored by these coaches, finished an undefeated season and promises to strengthen USD grid fortunes in the future. Duane " Cloddy " Clodfelter always fields exciting cage teams as USD fans can well atest. Cloddy, a hard worker and perfectionist, has seen his teams place high in the NCC standing for several years. Under Cloddy ' s guidance, USD always adds to their schedule several ranking national powers. This year ' s cage squad ended the season with a 5-7 conference record. Members of the gymnastics interest group include from the left, Dennis Kuronen, f c a " ' Murray, Helen Peterson, [Cathy Ryan, and John Schultheis. Acting as spotter lo KOCl LjOUlSOn» GYMNASTICS INTEREST GROUP i Practicing on the balance bar are group members from left, Michele Wolters, Barb Spaar, and Andrea Engelmajin. Diana Light, Terri Payne, and Linda Line practice on the floor. 368 j | |t-— ffiffif A r 5t IS£. Front row, left to right: Dave Summy (treas.), Richard Van Slyke (president), Vince Ruark (vice-pres.); second row: Sandra Ramynke, Robert Puscher, Sam Namsan Lau, Charles Horn. R.J. Miller, Don Hormel. Wolfgang G. Fuchs. Mike Guadagno, NickGebhardt, Seberry Bakkehaug; third row: Steve Burtz, Joe Ivener, Chuck Kelsey, Thomas W. Jones, Ken Lantis, Terry Martin, D. Hanson, Duane Aman, Mike Hanson, Mike Snow, and Doug Wernke. JUDO CLUB The Judo Club is a relatively new organization on campus which was formed to promote interest in judo. The members practice together regularly to learn new techniques and to ready them- selves for tournaments. The group boasts 2 black belts plus numerous other classes of belt holders. 369 From top to bottom are Lauri Hakanen, Ray Zehr, John Sears, John Huth Bob Henningsen, John Biezuns and Dave Heffern. These men comprised the Phi Delt cham- pionship basketball team. INTRAMURALS USD Intramurals, a highlight of student act- ivity, were enjoyed by more students than ever before this year. Balance was the key note as no one house dominated the intra- mural sports scene. Phi Delta Theta lived up to their rugged " jock " image by copping both the football and basketball trophies. Beta Theta Pi was awarded the All- University golf trophy by upsetting the field in golf competition. The Julian Hall Independent track squad ran a- way from the field to take home laurels in the All-University track meet. Delta Tau Delta was the first place finisher in the All-University wrestling championships, turning away strong bids by several con- tenders. 370 Members of the victorious Delt wrestling team are, from left to right, Bruce Lyon, Greg Twedt, Ron Sullivan, Terry Dewald. Howie Baird, and Jim DeSaix. Phi Delta Theta also captured the football championship with this team. First row, from left to the right, Denny Hagel, Ray Zehr, Roger Schmidt, Paul Roesler, andJohn Sears. Second row, Jim Hern, John Huth, Tim Sullivan, Bob Henningson, and Doug Hartman. m The freshman cheerleading squad this year was composed of, front row: Jan Rae Ellis, Sue Hansen Stuart Clayton, and Kathy Nielson; second row- Jan Adams, Cindy Waggoner, Kathy Cameron Mary Anne Vlaliakis and Marilyn Endorf. CHEERLEADERS PROVIDE SPIRIT FOR BIG RED Cheerleaders are of major importance in every game played. They are the greatest promoters of good sportsmanship, and the keystone to the audience ' s spirit in every second of the playing time. A new face on the field is a spunky young coyote that USD has adopted as its new mascot. 372 Sandy Conover tends to the new mascot for the " U " , a live coyote. The 66-67 cheerleaders are Jan Bader, Kathy Specker, Kathy Myhren, Kathy Kenzy, head cheerleader Mary McDermott, Linda Hess, Linda Kruse, Karen Martin, Marne Attig, Bev Shabino, and Judi Cowan. MILITARY EDITOR: VIC RAPHAEL MILITARY STAFF The objective of the Reserve Officers Train- ing Program is to produce junior officers who are qualified to assume positions of leadership in the United States Army. During the four year course of study, the students are instructed in various aspects of military science. With the combination of advanced military training and a college education, each cadet acquires the characteristics and abilities essential for active service in the United States Army. Colonel John Benson. Lt. Colonel Young Moore III. Lt. Colonel Calvin Wilson. 375 Major Kenneth Smith Major Joeseph Santa Barbara Major Robert Looney Major Wilbur Bowles 376 Captain John Frank Sergeant John O ' Grady Sergeant Major Warren Strawn Sergeant George Harmon 377 VtVYfff i ■ • ■ ■ • M ' • • • w COMPANY A COMPANY B COMPANY COMMANDER U.ilil COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFK Campbell C( iMl ' ANY FIRST SERGEANT Leroy PLATOON LEADERS Bauer Vollmer Theeler PLATOON SERGEANTS Cronin Brewster Hermans Wrenn DeSaix h A A .4 ft ft i ' COMPANY COMMANDER Dice COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER Gullickson COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT Mueller PLATOON LEADERS Fox Rozell Tschetter Man an Willoughby PLATOON SERGEANTS Peterson Benson, D. Hansen Hegeman Eitzen _ ' • ' m M A » COMPANY COMMANDER Ravnsborg COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER Miller, J. COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT Brakke PLATOON LEADERS Grace Burkhardt ckstrand Grlswold PLATOON SERGEANTS DeRouche Bailey Hepper Springer Lembcke . ' .vat : : ;%Si . ikWxW. COMPANY C COMPANY D COMPANY COMMANDER Vaughn COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER Jackson COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT Gering PLATOON LEADERS Schuttler Hinkelman Benson, R. Deam PLATOON SERGEANTS Johnson, B. Kielman Loehrer Oleson b g a 4 t r,.,». w % ' - " COMPANY E COMPANY F COMPANY COMMANDER Mitchell company EXECUTIVE OF 1 ICER Kehrwald i NY FIRST SERGEANT Taylor PLATOON LEADERS Carver Seeley Helwlg Johnson, G. PLATOON SERGEANTS Mertens McAtee Schmidt Poppe $ fh A tit t COMPANY COMMANDER Pooley COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER Bahnson COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT Sunberg PLATOON LEADERS McBride Hawley Hettinger Reimer Holdridge PLATOON SERGEANTS Hendrickson Hunter Adams Bailey K . ft COMPANY COMMANDER Tonner COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER .111! COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT Engberg PLATOON LEADERS Smith Silvernail Schmelz Dobson Schneider Jakso PLATOON SERGEANTS Buell Schiller Kammeyer Hall A 1Mb ' » L COMPANY G COMPANY COMMANDERS Miller, M. Dankey COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER Summy COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT Avery PLATOON LEADERS Harlow Johnson, R. Lindberg Morse PLATOON SERGEANTS Andresen Scherebel Cornelius Porter COMPANY H ft 4 A • p h q r k n i - I Si! ilii-»?i COMPANY I COMPANY K COMPANY COMM VNDER lluss C( IMPANY EXECUTIVE redrow, R. COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT Parsons l ' l. TOO. I i I .inkhorst Tedrow, D. Giessinger Schoenhard PLATOON SERGEANTS Stephens Williams, 1. ' . . Storsteen Gilbert A - - ' I — COMPANY COMMANDER Dillard COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER Bernholtz COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT Matzen PLATOON LEADERS Meyer Moisan Raphael Zea PLATOON SERGEANTS Hagg Kirchgesler Rye Ziter ■-f— TAvmV m PERSHING RIFLES COMPANY F-2 7 — + » Et BRIGADE STAFF Brigade staff includes: L to R: P. Horner, J. Odell, D. Aaker, T. O ' Donnell, M. Swanson, G. Schulke, R. Ellis, J. Horning, Seated are Cadet Colonel R. dinger and Brigade Executive J. Zimmerman. v ■% " % ' ' $ j ' $l-ffi i r C lAliitklllLllt COMPANY F-2 OFFICERS COMPANY COMMANDER G. Ambrosius FIRST SERGEANT J. Davies COMPANY EXECUTIVE R. Fejfar PLATOON LEADERS A. Rusch B. Miller BATTALION STAFFS FIRST BATTALION: L to R; Rehorst, Commander; Norman, Executive; Vlasak, Sergeant Major. Second Battalion: L to R;Kroon, Commander; Michels. Executive; Terry, Sergeant Major. Third Battalion: L to R; Corning, Commander; Blackman, Executive; Janklow, Sergeant Major. Fourth Battalion; L to R; Mc Carthy, Commander; Abrahamson, Executive, Sayner, Sergeant Major. - 384 CRACK SQUAD MARCHONES FRONT HOW, L to R; Jackie Van Westen, Linda Burt, Diane Bennett, Darrel Taylor, Connie Cottington, Marcia Dristy. Polley Stauch, Nancy Carlsen; BACK ROW; Patsy Werth, Co. Commander, Paulette Grotewold, Claudia Burns, Barb Stamm, Karen Iverson, Diane Laur, Debbie Burns, Jaci Jiran, Karen Chnstensen, Linda Hecken- lively, President. t I t J ' lill t 385 CLASSES DRILL Maj. Smith instructs juniors in company communications. Left, Right, Left... .keep in step soldier! Seniors receive instruction from Maj. Bowles. 386 Senior Cadet Tonner inspects sophomores. Up goes Old Glory. DAKOTA DAY Pershing Rifles sound off on Dakota Day. Color Guard heads the parade. The USD girls drill team, the Marchones, add a touch of femininity to the parade. 387 RIFLE PISTOL TEAM FLIGHT TRAINING Receiving instruction leading to a private pilot ' s license are: L to R, FRONT ROW, R. Norman, J. Miller, B. Corning, L. Abrahamson, BACK ROW, D. Martens, In- structor, J. Gullickson, D. Mitchell, J. Zimmerman, G. Osthus, and Mr. Grassl, In- structor. These Senior Cadets received the Distinguished Military Student Award: L to R; M. Michels. T. Dice, T. Rehorst, T. Tonner, D. Mitchell, J. Kroon, T. O ' Donnell, R. Norman, G. Osthus, L. Blackmail, B. Corning, and seated, R. dinger. DMS COLOR GUARD GUIDON Founded on the campus of the University of South Dakota in 1923, the National Society of Guidon is a junior women ' s honorary military service organization. Members are selected in the spring of each year from the sophomore class on the basis of character, leadership, and service. On campus, members assist at Dakota Day during the coronation, parade and half-time ceremony. Another group project is helping the ad- vanced cadets of theROTC depart- ment decorate for the military ball. Jackie Austin Mary Banbury Janice Bader CM. Ik ii Ellen Blassingham Arlys Foiles Shirley Bossert Roxanne Goering Carol Clarke Barbara Grier Jeanne Duffy Deanne Gundersen 1 390 Linda Heckenllvely Lorie Long Sharon Kollasch Linda Mauch Connie Krueger Elizabeth Meyer Barbara Liston Mary Jane Mundt Nancy Myers Diane Saylor Liz Overpeck Nancy Tschetter Penny Poth Patsy Werth Nancy Preszler Dianne Woodford £k 391 MILITARY BALL Miss Cindy Cameron is crowned Honorary Cadet Colonel. Cadet Col. dinger escorts Cindv under saber salute. Col. and Mrs. Benson, Pres. and Mrs. Moulton and Dean and Mrs. Cobb greet cadets and dates. Jane Beck, Patsy Werth, Carol Lenz and Liz Overpeck complete the Queen ' s court. Cadets danced to the music of Ralph Flanagan. 392 SCABBARD BLADE Scabbard and Blade is a national military honor society founded in 1904. The Primary purpose of Scabbard and Blade is to raise the standard of military education in American colleges; unite in closer relationship their military departments; encourage and foster essential qualities of good and efficient officers; promote friendship and good fellowship among cadet officers. The main activity of the organization is to sponsor the military ball, held annually in February. The group also takes part in the Dakota Day coronation ceremonies. Members are selected from those advanced cadets who possess superior character and high scholarship. Mike Mlchels President Ron dinger Vice-Pres. Larry Blackman Larry Abrahamson Treasurer Dick Ambrosius Bob Brewster Ken Buell Jim Davies Tom Dice 393 Dick Fejfar Larry Geissinger John Hawley Jerry Hermans Darrel Hinkelman Pete Horner R. Van Johnson Richard Kennedy Tim Mahan Fred Oleson Vic Raphael Art Rusch 394 Ryan Schmelz Dick Schneider Don Schoenhard Gar) ' Schulke I I I 1 Bob Seeley Doug Tedrow Chuck Terry Jack Theeler Tom Tonner Bill Willoughby Jim Zimmerman 395 SUMMER CAMP z J " T J On Educator ' s Day, (L to R) Dean Mark Delzel Mrs. Smith, Major Ken Smith, Mrs. Gutzman and Dean Wayne Gutzman stand beside a helicopter during visit to Ft. Lewis. Cadet Dan Jackson mans the buffer before inspection. The University of South Dakota sent 45 advanced cadets to the 1966 summer camp at Fort Lewis, Washington. The cadets were trained in the six-week long course in individual and group discipline, tactics, and given demonstrations and instruction in all phases of military training. The summer camp, four years of classroom study, and a degree are the preresquisites to be commissioned a 2nd lieutenant in the U.S. Army. Cadet Larry Abrahamson is served breakfast in bed for being top scorer In his company ' s tralnfire exercise. It ' s all smiles at the USD camp picnic. Cadet Larry Za fft cuts around obstacle during proficiency test. Cadet Jerry Miller stands at guard po- sition during bayonet training. Wishing that the Link trainer c ould really fly is Cadet Jim Huss. Cadet Gary Schulke pauses during firing of machine gun on firing range. - k« ail GLAMOUR EDITOR: LIZ OVERPECK GOVERNOR NILS BOE SELECTS MISS VANITY FAIR 399 MISS VANITY FAIR MARCIA MOSTROM .. - — KATHY KENZY GAY CRISP . PATRICIA RAY MURIEL MADSEN BEV GODBERSEN 403 ARDYCE DUNN j CAROL NELSON NANCY TSCHETTER ,__ OHHOaM ■ MARY WELCH MARILYN FORD 405 MISS DAKOTA MAGNHILD PETERSEN 406 9 m ® ♦ MARY ANN CONNERS MARY OLSON % 408 SANDRA UTESCH NANCY SEAGER ■ m 409 MISS UNIVERSITY DEBORAH ANN MOLITOR 410 PERSHING RIFLES SPONSOR CINDY CAMERON 412 SNOW QU EEN GAY WINTERS HONORARY CADET COLONEL CINDY CAMERON 414 M W r W JANE BECK LIZ OVERPECK 416 PATSY WERTH CAROL LENZ MISS YOUNG REPUBLICAN KAREN OLSON 418 MISS YOUNG DEMOCRAT LESSI SMEBAKKEN FACULTY INDEX B Barton Sharon J 67 tin Minor 185 Bchcau. Donald E 67 Rrede Grace L IX ,229 lvhrrn.1l Erwin R 67 Benson. John S 375.392 Bergman Ruth 56 Bergman William H 67 Black hum John 291 . J90 Bloom. Mrs Florence 300 Boetlcher. Richard 67 Bowles. Wilbur G 376 Bransom. Bruce 67.185 Bruce Jack 244 Buckley Thomas 67, 176 Rurkr Valrna H 255.295 Burton, Mrs Irene 55 Busch Martin P 245 Cadwell Vem L 80 Cederberg. John E 67 t bailee Mrs Beatrice 67 Chaudhuri. Jovotpaul 269 Clement. Dale E 273 Clifford Sylvester 67,184 Clodfeller. Duane 360,367.354 Cobb. Henry V 392 Colwell. Dell M 67 Colwell Mrs Rachel 322 Connors. Howard. 52.334.183 Cook. Cleland 185 Coyne. John 67 Crispin. Sharon 272 Croake James W 67 Dahlin. Donald C 67 269 Dahlin Jean 256 Delzel! Mark W 66 DeMersseman. Michael 396.292 DeVilblss. Rav T 38 222.67 Dill. Stephen H 67 Dose. Mrs Grace Douglas. Mrs Policy 308 Ekman, William E 67.18S E Tes. Thomas E 57 Falk.R D 59 Farber William O 269 Ferrell. John R 67 Fisher Gale K 67 Fool MillardS 67 Frank (apt John J 377.67 II 67 Fridley Mrs Ijicir 302 Gibson. William S 58.231 Stephen J 61 Grassl. Sherwin 67.388 Graj S-infordD 244 Gray. Walter K 67 Green. Mrs Marian 304 Gunman, Wayne W 396 66 H Hannahin Alan A 67 Hard. Walter 66 Harmon. George E 377 Harrington. Elbert W 66 Harrison. Don 256 Hartman. Alexander P 67 186 Bute, MertenM 67 Hays. Mrs Lorraine67 Hcimslra. Norman W 181 Hough Charles 68 Howard. James H 61 Howe. Oscar 228 Hoy. Carl B 68 Hughes Margaret 310 Hulcheson Myron A 50 Jacobson, Basil H 68 Jepson, Mrs Erma296 Johnson. Mrs Rka 287 Jones. J P 68 Jordan, Harold M 184 K Karantinos. Andrew E 68,185 Kerns. Roger 342.340.366.348 Kimmel. Mrs Retta 312 Kloek.Mrs Florence 318 Knapp. Robert H 58 Knutson, Wavne S 231.186.238 Koenig. Harry C 186.279 Koenig. Norma 285.278 Kraus. Olen 68 Krueger, Mrs Hieda296 Kuntz. Mrs Florence 66 L LaRue. Richard 68 Lash. David 68 LAWRENCE OF RADIO 245 Lee. Alton 68 Lee.S D 68.279 irenM 17.66 la-gel Mai 68 l -nnon Dan 366 Ijndenau, Judith 68 238 l.itkr Robert E 68 Uigterman. Melvin 288 Looney. Robert C 376 Lota Mrs Anne B 68.277,186 Lund, Kmalyne284 M ihran Mrs Nancv68 McCullough. E Don 68 ' McKee. Vem 335.367 Manlev. Irwin G 68 Marek ' , Robert 228 Marshall, Finley D 274 MASCOT 373 Massman. Virgil F 56 Martens. D 388 Mathcny. Benny R 68 Merry. Charlotte 68 Mickey. Carrol M 68 Miller. Arthur L 68 Miller. Frank D 68 Miller Jerome F 244 Miller. Mrs Ruth E 286 Milton, John R 238.228 Morilz. Miss Joanna 260 Moulton. Edward Q Muhmcl. Fred E 55 Munro. James 68 N Naranjo. Manuel O 68 Nelson. Mrs Lois F 68 NOTHINGS KNOT 399 OGrady.JohnE 377 Oleson.QuenUn68 Olson. Harry E 68 Olson. ThelmaN 68 Oppendahl. Richard A 68 Otto. Don H 69 Ozbck.HakiH 69.185 Patterson. Robert F 66 Pederson, Holly A 69 Petersen. Fred J 69 Phelps. Ernest E 244 Phelps. William A 186 Posada. M Antonio 186 Powell. John E 69 Raab. Wallace A 69.185 Raszkowskj. Mary 69 Risk Thomas M 69 Rist. Marvin G 69 HoberLvin ,0 Zeller 69 Herbert 244 Honing JohnO 338 Salem. Joe 342.340 367 SanU Barbara. Joseph R 376 Scarlett John I) 66 Srhell. Herbert S 69 Schroeder. Raymond 68 Scott. George P 69 Sevy. Ruth 20.1,263 Shevlin Glenn 354.365 SinunoOS, Joseph T 6H Simmons. Robert E 231 Sinha.S Prakash 69.278,279 Smith Kenneth W 376.386 Smith, Pauline 396.288 Smyser Marion R 69 Snyder, George A 273.69 Spencer. J N 69 Spiccr. E Michael 69 Sleekier. Douglas L 59 Sleinbach. Raleigh R 69 Stcnseth. John 225 Sterling. E W 69 Stevenson. Robert K 69 Stilwell, WilberM 69.229 Stoneback. Elda 316 Stoner. M Robert 69 Strawn. Warren L 377 Streim. Francis J 69.221 Swenson. Courtland 215 Tower. Teddy R 69 V Van Kekrix , Marvin 283 Van Ommeren. Roger L 231.238 Van Why. John B 69 Vernon. Gwendolyn 314 w Waide, R E 62 Walters. James E 184 Warner Tho mas 342 .340.367 Weeks. Robert S 295 Weisbrod. Charles A 69 Wenburg. John R 184.257 Wilcox. Richard F 186 Wiles. Clyde 185 Wilson. Calvin D 375 Workman. Mrs Ruth 306 Zuercher. Frederick W 6£ Zuercher. Mrs Nancy 69 STUDENT INDEX 420 Aaker. David Alan 166.383 98 Aasen. Harriet L 215.269.301.118 Abbott. Donald Gene 80.340.262.316 Abbotl. James William 138 Abell. Thomas Lyman 138.162.190 Abell Edith Barnes Abell. Susan Rene 138.302 Abels. Steven Eugene 138 Abilo. Gordon Wilierd 118 Abilo. Richard James 74 Abourezk. Carol Ann 138 Abraham. Connie Sue 138 Abrahamson, Curtis E 225.190.98 Abrahamson. Larrv Robert 396.80.273.393. 189.384.388 Abrahamson. Sberyl Ann 118 Ackerman. Martha Lynn 138 Ackerman. William John 310.98 Ackerson. Sharon Kay 138.296 Adams. David Lee 138 Adams. Gary Michael 234.380.98 Adams. Harold Pomeroy Jr 72 Adams. Helen Prudence 118 Adams. James Robert 72 Adams. James Walter 118 Adams. Janice Marv 138.304,373 Adams. Paul Howard 118 Adams. Richard Dewey 268.118.319 Adams. Robert Richard Addy. Linda Lea 98 AJdahl Douglas Lee 319 Ageton. Carla Jean 138 304 Ahlgrim. Sharon L Ahrendt. Donald Junior 118 Ahrendt, Larry Neil 98 AhrUn. Hollis Le Roy Jr Akers. A Renee 138 .297 Alberts. Dale Richard Alberts. Thomas Edwin 138 Albertsen, Dean Leslie Aldnch. Judith Luole 63 Alesch. Richard Laurence 138 Alexander. WilUam E 182.185 Alger, Wayne Eugene 138 Allen. David 118 Allen Helen Catherine 138.277 Allison. Beverly Kaye 273.300.118 Alquist. Larry James 274.98 Alvis Arta Sue 138.277 Alvis. Kathenne Elaine Aman. Duane Donald 80.369 Aman, Gary Byron 138 Aman. Larry James 98 Ambrosius. George R 393.308.383.98 Amiss. Marsha 258.298.98 Amundson, Sandra Jane 80 Andera. Leonard Edward .Anderl. James Hall 189.98 Andersen. Carolyn Kay 236,118 Andersen. Clark C .Andersen. Craig Alan 98 Andersen, Dorothy F Andersen. Myrtle Lucille Andersen. Richard Allen Andersen. Roberta Gayle 234,306 Anderson. Alice Eileen 138 Anderson. Bertin Walter Anderson. Bruce David 138 Anderson. Carla Kay 138.278,98 Anderson. Carol Ann 80,161.270 Anderson. Chnstine Ann 138.305 Anderson. Craig Douglas 138.323 Anderson. Cynthia Jo 138.307 Anderson. David Allen 311 Anderson, Dean Philip Anderson. Gene 193 Anderson. Gloria Jean 258.252.301.118 Anderson. Grant Karl 80 Anderson. Gwen 118 Anderson, James Lewis 177.138 Anderson. James Lloyd 80 Anderson. James Wallace 193 Anderson, Jane Jeannette 272.273,118 Anderson. Jeanette Sue 272.138 Anderson, Jerome Gordon 309 Anderson. Jerry Wayne 118 Anderson. Joan Dawn 80.302 Anderson. Judith Ann 118 Anderson. Leroy Milton 74 Anderson. Linda Carol 138306 Anderson. Marie Elaine 118 Anderson, Mary Katharine Anderson. Michael Gene 138 Anderson. Monte Lynn 98 Anderson. Richard Peter 319 Anderson. Robert Eugene 138 Anderson. Robert Rex Anderson. Roderick Carl Anderson. Sharl Gwen Anderson, Stephen Bruce Anderson. Steven Dwight 138.162.118 Anderson. Susan K 138.300 Anderson. Walter Burton 80 Anderson. William Holden 138 Andre. Marta Christine Andree. Lynn Edward 138 Andresen. Charles Allen 98 Angelis. Thomas Gus 319 Anker. Monte Bertin 98 Anshutz. Richard L Appel. Lorraine Kay 98 Appelt. Arnold Wallace 80 Appelt. Cynthia Johnson 80 Appelwick, James E. 98 Arbuckle, Carol Shaw 74 Archer. Terry Douglas 197.317.98 Armstrong, Frank Page 118 Amdt, Bernard Michael 74 Areneson. Robert 192 Arneson. Robert Pierre 70 Arp. Marva Jeanne 138 Arrundale. Victoria Gae 285.98 Artichoker. Egan Richard 118 Ashley. Laura Lee 80 Ashmore. Keith Allen 118 Asmussen, Thomas Stanley 118 Asper. Albert Leo Asper. Virgie 186 Atkins. Mary Lue 138.263 Attlg . Marne Jo 1 18,302.263.373 Auch. Darrel Dean 138 Aulner Leonard Lawrence 118 Austin, Jackie Streetman 251.98 Austin. Michael Robert 196.98 Austreim, Douglas John 138 Authier Diana Kay 118 Avery Gaylord Paul 194.295.98 Ayers. Gaylord Lew 249 Azelton. Kathenne Sue 80.273,298 Azelton. Robert Perry Jr 138 B Baade. David Delmas 80,340,331.262,348 Baak, ArlynCarl80 Babb. James Thomas 338.118 Babb. Jane Carolyn 138 Babcock. Paula Marie 138 Bach. Lloyd Carl 74.276 Backman. Susan Matteson 74.184 Bachmayer. Susan Karleen 210.98 Bacon, Karen Lee 138 Bader. George David 308.98 Bader. Janice Yvonne 233.236.302.186.372 Baedke Hrui .■ Warren 118 BahnsonLoahnson Charles C 80 380 Bahnson Lorvs Hannah 118 Bahr G ary Lee 70 Bahr. Kayleen Ann 118 Bahr Lou Anna 138.306 Ballev Michael Gel 380.379 .320.98 Bails Dak (lene 138 Bally Helen Man Baird Howard Craig 269.312.118.371 Baker Chaumonde Louise Baker James Herbert Bakk.naug Schern Ann 138.274 369 Baldwin DomiM l «iise 118 Baldwin. Robert Lester Ballard Leland Andrew 138 Ballard Nirhola 80 Ballard Richard Joseph 138.312 Ballard Rob. 1 1 H »ard 98 Balsler Jimmie William 98 Baltier Kenneth R 190 98 Ballzer Perry Dwayne 138 Bambas Barbara Jean 301 . 1 18 Banbury Mart Martha 301.98.186 Bancroft. Betty Lorayne 220.98 263 Bancroft Norris Rav Bank Mortv Allen 118 Banlz Susan Elizabeth 80.300 Barber Jeanne Lavina 80 Barber William Spencer Bard. James Averv Barents Bruce Edward 340309.91 Barhile Scott Brooks 138 Barienbruch Steven H 118 Barker Julianne 118 185 Barkmeier Joel Vincent Barnes Ellen Louise 98 Barnes Thomas Henry 319.98 Barrett Patrick James Barrett Robert Floyd 138 Barrv Manlec Fern 138 Barrels Betty Carol 138.252 Bartholow Holly Lynn 258 118.306 Bartletl Jerry Lee Barn Larry Martin 74 Baru Robert Richard 74 Baskemlle Mary Lou 99 Bass. James Allen Bastian. Howard Hardt 138.319 •ph B Bales. Stephen Charles 118 Bates Stephen D BathenLana Jo 118 Bathursl Gary Allen 99 BatUn. John Leonard 80 Battin Robert Dennis 118 Bauer Barbara Lynn 138 299 Bauer Maureen Rosella 138 Bauer. Steven Lee 378.99 Bauman. Donald Dean 138 Baumann. James Edwin 80 Baume ister. Frances Ann 139 Baumgardner Mark Edward 190 Beal Charles David 74 Beare Patricia Anne 255 99 Beasley. Vincent Raymond 221 Beat) Mar. Margaret 80 233.241 182 Beaudetle Dennis Lee 118 Beaubeu Richard John 118 Beauvais. Kevin Julian 99 Bebo. Joyce Louise)39 Beck Jane RuUl 272 258 139.392 265.298 416. 99 Berk Jane A 99 Beck. JudiUi Mane 99 Beck. Ronald Eugene 74 Becker. Neil Jerome 139 Becker William Harold 139.318 Beckwilh. Beverly Jean 139 Becvar. Dennis Peter Beevar Dennis 118 Bellot Eileen GalbraiUi Betfort Joseph David 74 Begeman. Mary Elizabeth 139 Behrend. William Alfred 80 Be lain Sylvia Jean 303.118 Bell. Corky 316 Be Ik. Samuel Ray Bellot Eileen 118 Bellof . Gemhard 80 195 Beman Sandra Kay 139.268 Bennett Bryan Hetland 139 Bennett David Earl Bennett Diane Lynn 1 18.385 Bennett Earle Lee Bennett John Ervin 267 316 99 Rennet Tom 99 Bennink. Joy Sandra 118 Benscoter. Robert Louts 139 Benson Dale Fnu 378.218.99 Benson. James Alan 118 Benson. Jean Mane 234.118.304 184.185 Benson. Richard Dean 379.99 Benson. Ronald Burdette Benson. Ronald William 139.99 Benson. Sharon Dawn 119.304 Benz. Donald Ray 74 Benz. John Earl 119 Benzler Nikki Lynne 285.267.300.99 285.267 300.99 Berbos. Jo Ann 139 Berg. Milton Robert 139 Berg Thomas C 119 Berger. Connie Louise 119 Bergh. George S Jr 72 Be ringer Kenneth John Bennger, Vivian Faye 119 Berkson. Larry C 74 ' Bernholtz. Robert James 382 Berreth Mary Ann 139 Berry. Michael Bryan 99 Berry. Nancy- Jane 99 Bertxand. Mary Louise 139 Berzina. Carol Ann 276.99 Berzina. Joseph Daniel 119 Betun. Sally Kay 258 119 Beukelman. Barbara Rae 256 Beyer James Arthur 164 119 loann Lynn 258. 119 298 274 Bezpalelz Reuben David 118 Bhatti Iftikhar Hamid Bicketl Rosemary A 119.270 Bicknell Nancy Ann 93.181 Bieberdorf Alan George 196.80 Bielenbcrg Donald W 119 Bierle. Daniel Patrick 119 Bierle Donald A Bierle Vernee A Bierman. Richard Vernon 139 Bezuns John 344 340 262 317 99.370 Biezuns. Nena 139.225.263 Bihlmeyer. Lawrence R Binder Peter Emil 139 Bingaman. Robert Wesley 80 Btorseth. Arlene G Bingham. Franklin Thayer 139 Birgen Mary Grace 296.99 Birgen. Nancy Joan 139 Birkeland Floyd Ivar 99 Birzmeks. Mans 139 Bissell Elton Harrv Btssell. Patrick Dale 139 269.308 Bjelland. Kenneth Duane 99 Bjerk Mama Joan 301 119 Bjorge Kenneth Ray Black. Richard W Blackburn John Paul 70 Blackman. Lawrence Dean 197.81.393.384. 389 Blackman William J 139 Blair Richard W 99 Blando. Edward Michael Blassingham Ellen Mane 225.191 .99 Blatchford. Bonnie Rose 139 Bleck Robert George Blessing. Michael Edwin 139 Bbss, Thomas Harrv Block. Robert Walter 72 Blom, Calvin A 291.139.251 Blomberg. Gregory Paul 139 Bloomquist James E Blow. Gregory Keith 319.99 Blue. Bonnie Lee Bluestone. Phvllis Kavc 139 277 Blume. Patricia Diane 234. 119.304. 184. IBS Bobzien. Donald Rae Jr 81.184 Boeckermann. Gordon Lee 139 Boer. Arend Paul Boerger. Barbara Sue 139 Boerner. Laurel L 119.317 Boetel Ray Earl 81 Boellger. Jerome Ivan Bohlman. Judith Stivers Bohlmann Edward W 74 Bonn George Thomas 347.139 Bohner Dale Allen Bohning Larry Lynn 192 Boland. John Abram Boldenow. Roger D 1 39 Boldin. Vincent Andrew 119 Boldt Burleigh Ernest Boldt Gordon James 119 Bo Iks Lauren Jay 81 Bolks Marjone Jean 299 99 Bollinger. Barbara Ann 139.302 Bolton. Eugene Gerald 119 Bomgaars. Edith W Bones, Marjone Ann 99 Bonynge. Deborah Lynn 139.254,302.277 Boocock. Gerry Thomas Boomgaarden. Nina M 81 Bootsma Ka Uirraine 139 Bootsma Robert Henry 1 18 Booth. Thomas William Boots. Dennis Rawlings 119 Bonn. Knsti Jeanne 273,119 Bork. Jean Annette 139.99 Bork. Jeffrey Lee 317 Bom Bonnie Sue 99 I ryn Elaine 119.225 Borszich. Retina Ruth 139.277 Bossert. Shirley Ann 299.191.99 Botljen Linda Kay 164.139 Bottolf son. Gary Duane 99 Boughn Juha W 74 Bourquin. Ronald Clem 188.99 Bouska Carol Ann 139.296 Bouska Lawrence William 119 Bouwman Edward 119 Bovee. Barbara Dale 139 350 Bovee. Richard Alphie 331 262 99 348 Bowen. Michael Scott 197 311.119 Bower Janice Ann 139 Bowes. Neil Gene Bowker Elizabeth Ann 258.255 300.119 Bowles. Wilbur Gene Boyd. Bruce Wayne Boyd. .Pamela Ann 139 Boyer. David Walter Jr Boyer. Vicki Lynn 139 Braakman. Diana Lynne 81 .301 Braband. Eric Von 139 Bradford. Barbara Louise Bradley Gerald Thomas Bragdon Joanne Mary 139.301 Brainard Mark Christian 119 Brakke Gary Reuben 336 335 379 310.99 Braley Carol Jean 273 258.1 19 Brartaugh, Michael Ray 1 IV Brancel. Orville Robert 74 Brandner. Frances Diane 139 Brandon. Mary Lou 139.301.260 Brandorff . George Robert 81 Brandnet. Thomas Lee 312 Bransom. l-o. Bratberg. Holly Ann 119 Bratberg. Jerald Jerome 72 Braunger Mark Joseph Bray Richard Burnett 72.278 Brazzell. Boyd Thomas Brechlel. Genevieve M 139 Breckenridge Nancy Jean 1 19 Bremer Patricia Arm 139 Brenden. David Arden 139 Brenner Alan Norbert 119 Brenner. Lawrence Eugene 100 Brennock. William Edward Brewer David Lyle 129.318 -lade Allen 308 119.295 Brewick. John Moms Brewster. Robert Sebion 393.357.378.100. 362 Breyer. Lilla Alma 72 Bridenstine Wayne R 139 Bnere. Mark Matthew 139 Briggie. Howard Francis Bnggie. Lyle Dennis 140 Bnggs Diana Lynn 119 Bnggs Judith Ann 272.100 Bnggs. Terry Lee 119 Brinev Charles Vernon 140 Brink Bernard 100 Bnsbine. Barbara 251.265.301.119 Bristow. Michael Allen 312.101 Bntton William Martin 140.323 Broach. Paula Antoinette 140 Brodenck. James George 140.308 Brodie Barbara Jo 140.225 Broline Candace Rae 119 Bromert. Roger Joseph 81.311 Brookman. Janelle Alayne 140 Brooks. Barbara Louise Broome Joe Elden 347 140 Broome John Robert 100 Bross Timothy Charles 140.269 Brosz. Allvn Ray 140.256 Brosz. Brian Robert 100 Brotherson. Adetia Brouwer, Judith Kay 74 Browrr Funic e Lee 81 Brower, Linda Jean 140 Brown. Cvnthia Juleigh 1 19 Brown. Daniel Kent 140 Brown Edward Cyril 265.119 Brown. Helen Alire 100 Brown. John William Brown. Kenneth Evans 61 .310 Brown. Lonrue Dean Brown. Michael Jerome 72 Brown. Rene Annette 81 .272 Brown. Richard Ellsworth 268.193 Brown. Robert Lawrence 311.119.320 Brown. Robert Lee 119 Brown. Terence Kav 119 Brown Vicki Sue 233. 236.307.100 Browne!!. George H Brownell Richard Lynn 347.140 Bruce. Robert Walter 74 Bruner. John William 81 Bruner Robert Brian Brunick. Cheryl Ruth 140 Brunick. Mark Michael 1 19 Bruns Patricia Hagen 81 Bruns Thomas Edward Brusseau. Daniel Joseph 100 Bryan Robert John 140.323 Bryant. Lynn Kav 140.307 Brvchla Bonnie Vey 81 Buchan R Frank 140.365 Buchanan. James Rodger 197.81 Buck. Daniel Paul 140 Bury Harrv Stephen Buechler Karen Kav 119 Buehler. Florence Ida Buell Kenneth Harry 393 381 100 Bugge Jerry Roger Bull Richard Albert Bullock Mark Alfred 72 Bultena Lynn Marvin 140 Bundl. Larry Lee Bunt James Richard 81 Burd Lee Rae 120 Burd Richard Adams Burd Ruth Adele 140 Burdick Gary Ralph 81 Burgan Paul Gilbert 81 Bunan Constance Delia 100 Burkardt John Vincent 379.100 Burke. Deborah Kay Burke. Janet Anne 140 Burke Jill Renee 120 Burkes Man Grace lee 140 Burkley Diane Elizabeth 120.100 Burklev Janet Louise Burlev David Warren 140 BurmghJ. Dennis Michael 140 Burns Barbara Jane 273 258 100 184 185 Bums Claudia Mane 234 120 304 385 Bums, Donald Norman Burns Deborah Helen 258 140.305.385 Bums George E 74 Burns James F 140 Bums Mary Allison 140 268 264 Burns. Robert Joseph Burt Linda Joyce 140.304 260 385.263 Hurt; Steven Michael 140 369 Burull. Joe Stephen IX Bumll Robert Allan 140 Busch. James Barton 120 Busch. Stephan Mario 140.312 Bushfield Deborah Ann 236.140 305 Bushfield. John David 249 BushJield. Robert Andrew 120 320 Buss Wilbur Or land Butler Richard Douglas Buus Karen Marie 306.260 100.263 Byrne Rosemary Beam 81 Byrnes. Stephen Lee 70 c Cable. Randall Merle 322. 120 Cady. Charles Eugene 319.100 (adv. Maurice Don 74 lady Michael Lowell 140.312 Cahill. David Atkinson 120 -.hill Joan Mane 140.225 Cahdy Jean Ellen 100 • am Iiannv Dean 81 Caldwell Mary Fem» 81.181 Call. Daniel John lalie Ann 140 Callahan. Jerry James (allies. David Allen 120 Calvet, David James 140 Camangg. William August Camanss. William 120 Camerer Gale Glenn 61 . 189 Cameron. Cynthia Deanne 412 392.301 414 100 Cameron Kay Genevieve 301 Cameron. Kerry Milton 308.120 Cameron. Maureen Elsa 120 Camp. Karen Louise 120 Campbell. Catherines 169.120.304.373 Campbell. Edward Morris 81 Campbell Francis C 81 189 378 Campbell. Marlin James 81 Campbell Ronald H 81 Canfield Steven Roger 120 Cannon Douglas Arnold 291.140 Card. Curtis Lee 140 (ardwell Linda Ellen 120 Car Ion Patrick John 267 . 120.318 (arisen Cynthia Jo 140.305 Carlsen Nancy Lee 233.255. 236.253.302. 120.385.182 Carlson Cheryl Hagarty 100 Carlson Curtis Bruce 100 Carlson. Dennis Dean 74 Carlson. Elizabeth Ann 140 Carlson. Gerald Raymond 100 Carlson. Jacquelyn J Carlson. Jo Ann Gumev 100 Carlson John Aldo 251 308 120 Carlson Linda Mane 81 Carlson. Man Jo 140 Carlson. Sherburne Lee 322.100 Carney. Wayne William 140 Carr John C Carr Thomas Eugene 197.251,265.120. 278.295 Carson. Clarenre N Carter. John Baxter 72 Carver David Lance 140 Carver. James Dean 380.100 Casamassa. Pats Franos Cash. Marcella Nora 120 270132 Caspers Patrice M 100 Cassel. Linda Ann Cassens Helen Marie 257.236.301.120 182 Cassidy. Virginia Kav 140 Cassity Wayne Ralph Caslagnoli. Marsha Lynn 100 Castle. Richard Wayne 100 Catoe Coleman L Jr 291 120 Cave. Victoria Uzaheth 140 Cederberg John Edwin 166.167 Chaffee Leigh Carlton 312 100 Chaffee Sharon L Dvorak 81 (halus Edwin William 82 Chamlev Linda Sue 140 Chamlev. Gene Arthur Chambers Patrick Barrv 82.262 316 Chambers. Steven Julin 340 347 262 124 Chamlev Bruce Cole 120 Champftn David Dee 140 Chancy Robin Bell Chang Rudolph H Chapman Beth Anne 140 Chapman, Demi Ralph Chappelle.RuthC G Charrlm. Allen Harold 140 Chartier. Tom Dean 140 Chaussee AnnTherese83 273.267.301 ( " haussee John David 100 Frank Kang 74.278 l nickemeo. Leon John 289.100 toe Marcia Vane 140 iscn Alan Joseph 256 tensen David Allen 120.100 l ' hris(ensen David Lee 291 140 365 l nnstensen James Lee 32 363.345,354 innstenser. Karen Jane 236.243 140,120 ( hrislensen. Karen Lee 302. 385 1-arn E 268 310 120 ' .ensen Marie 1. 140 Chmtensen Mary Jean 120 Chrislensen Philip Alan 100 Chnstensen Steven Ray 141 Chnstensen William N 268.101 Chnstenson. Jan L 236 140 254 267.307 Christian. Emmelt Parish 365 ( TinsLans William Dale 101 421 422 rhriitMiuon. Ilmr Ml Chrutopherion Daniel I) 130 QanVetofaaraoa Patrli la 171,141 Christophrrson Patrick 82.771 Cimpl ' i l, ii rW Ml 2S4267.307 f ipr i i 101 t Id. hard Walter Jr 120 . I .tn. u Jane 2J4 2M 299 25« 101 ■ lanel Kathleen MI.2M.2»7 I Ijnet 82.273 CUrt. Julia Mane Ml CUrt I ' dtrn-k Jiihn 141.274 I l.irk I ' aulH 268 • Poll; Sim 141 Clut Richard Kenneth 70 □art Robert flair Ml. 160 flark Thomas Webster 120.323 l larkr f .ml Ann 2S4.30I 101 IBS f larslmm. Janice Ka Ml llaudel John Joseph Ml Clausen Janel Kay Ml Clausen Michael Edwin 120 Clausen Robert Lee i I.Uon Stuart Dorthea 307.373 (Ifin Alan 193 f lemenl. Dennis Lvra 120 320 Clements Dee Donald 141 flcmeLson. Richard R 74 Clifford Rose Mary 141.277 Clinton Frnncti Edward Cloud Kenneth Dale 141.312 Coats, William Avery Ml Coble. Kathenne E 141.261 Cochran. Terry Lee 101 Cody. Michael John 101 Cody. Thomas Joseph Coenen. Linda Lee 101 Coffey. Thomas Arthur Coffman Curtis D 141.308 I oil Linda Joyce 2S4.101 Coil. Muriel Jean Cole. David Laurence 141 Cole. Duane I? 74 Coleman. James Leelan 311101 Colleran. Edward David 120 Collision. Michael J 309 i " Urns Joseph Terrence 340.345,262.120 Collins. Thomas Hughes Colhson. Bert Jr 141 Colvin. Barbara Croson Colvin. Linda Jane 255.258.120 Colvin. Robert Hickok Colvin. Rodney James 82 Colwell. Catherine D 120.182 Colwill. Gary Francis 310,120.295 Comp. Manlvn Kay 178 Comstock. David Thomas 141 Comstock. Larry Dean 141.365 Comstock. Thomas James 120 Conger. Thomas Dane 141.275 Conklin. Keith Alan 82.309 Conley. Stewart Charles 120 Connors. Marjone Jane 258.141.305 Connors. Mary Ann 304.295.178 Conover. Peggy Sue 141 Conover. Sandra Kay,373 Conway. Carol Lynn 141 Conwa ' v. Thomas Vincent 174.82.195 Cook. Cleland Vern Cooper, Charles Kennard 120,295 Cooper, Thomas David 82 Copper. Kenneth Ray 141 Corey. Constance Barstow 141,299 Cork. Ronald James 82.322 Cornelisen. Curtis Craig 310.101 Cornelius. Elaine Mane 166.167.268,267. 120.278 Coming. Bruce Lee 82.384 388.389 Corning Jim Duane 101 Come. Jean Elizabeth 141 Costello. Patricia Ellen 120 Cotter. Patrick David 120 Cottinglon. Constance G 300.120.277.385.186 Cotton. Thomas Henry Jr 347.367 Coughenour. Constance 120 Coulson, Keith Vernon 121 Coverdale. Jolea Ann 251.253.302.121 Covey. Donald Eugene 82 Cowan. Judith Andrea 255,121,306.373 Cowan, Rex Lee 121 Cowden. David J Cowles James Lynn 101 Cox, Steven Thomas 121 Crabb. Douglas Edward 121 Cragg. Janet Alyson 258.298.101 Cramer. Duane Elwood 101 Crar.ipton. Linda Lea M 82.177.300,178, 187 Crandal, Cheryl Kav298.120 Crandall. Mary Lynn 174.82 Crane. Joann Frances 141 Craney. Anne Christine 141 Crangie, James Kent Crawford. Sherryl Ann 253,121.261 Crayne, Robert Kenneth 82 Creaser, Dona Marilyn 298. 101 Creaser. Jean Lynn 299,101.263 Crespo. Jose Batacan 72 Crisp. Gay Mane 253.403.101 Cromwell. Larry Gene 72 Cromwell, Richard Duane 121 Crongle. Kent 121 Cronin. Betty Ann 120 Cronin Jim J 378.121 Cronin, Robert James 101 (loss Alan U-e 82 ; s- ild M s Ml lohn ttiih, mm Ml i umnimgs Mamica la-e ( une Mary ' Patricia 141.277 Cunningham. John Francis 121 Cuahlni Charlaa Burton 121 Cusick Timolhv Harold 82 i iialck Wayne Thomas Ml I .- ■ ■ ■ r if i a Ann Ml 305 Cvancjra. Victor i arai ii Eliiabeth Jean 121 i sr Sloven Milaa Ml i m»1. Charles 121 lias ill lt.-ti.nd Ml I i.h- Ml. ha.-l James Ml Datoe. Michael Arthur 141 ll.ihl D.irrel Alton 378 li.ihl John Bcrger 268 D.ihl IvnnDale 121 Dahlberg, Jon Danlan Michael Keith Dahlgard. Gerald Clayton 121 llahlgren, Marjone E 101 I i .Mm Don 193 D.ihlin, Betty Ann Inberg Dahlin. Jeanne T Dahlman. Charles Robert Ml Dailey. Diane Sue 307.295 101 d.hIcv Lin Paul 141.309 Dalton. Delane Leo 74 Dalton. Joyce Elaine 82 Dalzell. Reginald Floyd Ml Damkot. David Kenneth Dammeier. Roger Lynn 101 Danburn Jerry Ray 331.262.101 Danforth, George Hagman 70.192 Dangel. Douglas Allen 141 Daniels. Barbara Deri Daniels. David Gibson 72.82 Daniels. Steven James Danielson, John R Danielson. Lon Richard 82 Danish. Bonnie Rae 82 Dankey. Joseph Bernard 312 Darger. Linda Mae 121 Darrington. Danny Jack 82.188 Daugherty. Raymond Daughtrey, Anne Scott li.iuphin.ns Paul Louis 277.101 Davenport, John Robert 141 Davidson. Joan Lou Davidson. Lucille A Davidson. Mama Kay Da vies. James Robert 251.393,101 Davis, Beverly Ellen 141 Davis. Julianne Nielsen 101 Davis. Kathenne Ann 121 Davis. Linda Marie 272.141.307.263 Davis. Virginia Mane 141.301 Dawdy. Cynthia Ann 141 Day. Donna Lee 141 Deam, William Alan 279.320.321,101.348 Dean. Gwendolyn Edith 141 De Boer Henry 74 De Boom. Margaret Ann 273.298,101 De Bow, Marc William Decker, Henry James 82 Decker. John Barry 121 Decker. Richard 141 Decker. William Anthony 121 Deckert. Linda Kav 141 Deeringer. Catherine A 255.285,121,305 Defibaugh. Brantmitchell 309.121 DeGarlais. Judith Diane 169.175.83,191. 178 Degen, Betty M Keehn DeHaan. Donald Harlan 291,121 De Haan, Jane Marie Demnert, Warren Forrest Deierling. David F 141 De Kock. Arlan R Delanev. Robert William 142 Delbndge, Joyce Hazel 273.142.307 Dell. Richard Charles 197.312.101 Delman, Dorothy Davis De Master, Glenn Allen De Mers. Carol Ann 82 De Mersseman, Michael 169 DeMersseman. Robert P. 121 Demerv, Harry George 142 Demlo. ' janice Ann 306.121,225 Denevan. Thomas Lyle 311,121 Dennehey, Mictiae! Thomas 142 Dennison. Margaret Marv 101 De Roos, Fred Lynn 121 De Rouchey. James Cletus 378.101 Deshek. James Keith 378,212,101.371. Deshek David 120 Determan. Thomas Ray 121 Deuschle. Charles F 142 De Vaney, Marjone C 287.83 De Vine, Myles James De Vine, Patricia Laurel 121 De Vnes. Jay De Vnes. Merlyn Duane 101 De Vnes, Susan Jane 142 De Wald. Terry Dirk 142.371 De Witt. Kathleen Susan 142 Dexter. Peter Whittemore Diamond. Arlen Elkins 75,249 Diamond. Darrelvn Z F 83.185 Dice. Thomas Joel,197. 194.378,389 Dick. Russell Alan 161.121 Dickinson. John Peter 121 Dickey Kathenne Jean Diada Sandra i Inns 121 Dtckaon, James Harold 102 IHelendorf, Arthur K 121 [ Paula Kay 225. 191.102 i tub i. n i- iwiHid c DieUch Daniel Joseph Ml ' Dlllard. Denver David 195.382.310.102 Inllo ludi Mane 234.298,277.102 lull Ne.illt.iv63 Dimick. Jack F I limock Susanne Mane 142 DUbrOW, Dennis Grant 142.318 Dislevy, Karen Gay Dilmanson Dennis I-o Kuv 308.121 Dittberner. Douglas Mark 316.121 DiXOn, F.ilccn Fay 142.265.301 Dixon. Linda it Mikkelson I toana ' atherlne Leigh M2.306 Dobberstein Arthur E 121 Doblar. Joe Mark Dobson, Dennis Eugene 267,381,322,102 Dodson. Jimmie Michael 83 Doescher, Stuart Wilmer 83 Dohrman, Dennis Thomas 102 Dohrman, Henry Francis 142 Dolan. Patricia Ann 83.223 225 Dolan, Richard Leonard 75 H..M Paul John 121 Domonoske. Karen Ann 121 Donahue Steven Robert 291.142 Donat. Duane l wrence 83,292.262,354 Donaway, Richard Steven 142 Donley, Richard Stephen 142 Donohue, M Cathleen75 Donovan, Gary leo 209 Donovan. Mary Elizabeth 121 Doohen. James Bernard 142 Doolittlc. John Charles 102 Dorale, Richard Lee 142 Doss. John Joseph 101 Doty. Patricia Louise 102 Doty. Susan Carol 121 Dougherty. Kathleen B 142.300 Doughty. Conni Jean 142 Douse. Edward 121,358.354 Dracy. Susan Irene 142 Draeger. Carol Ann 142.299 Draeger, Richard Walden 189.121 Dragselh, Gary Keith 121 Drake. Donald Anson Jr 142.269.274 Drake. Ronald Lee 102 Draper, Lanny E 102 Drees. Mary Lynn 301.122 Drew. Robert Eugene 83 Dnscoll. Mark Douglas 142 Driver, David Johnson 323 Dnsty, Marcia Gail 232.304.385,102,187 Drossel, Mary Alice Drury, Patricia Diane 122 Dryden. Sandra Elizabeth 182.122 Dube. Ardice Ann 122 Ducheneaux. Lorna R Duerre, Chester W 75 Duffy. Jeanne Ella 251.307.102.184 Duffy. William Charles 142 Dull. Alyn Neil Dunbar, Edwin Carl Duncan. Belva Trask Duncan, Cathleen Mary 142,254 Duncan. Dennis Lee 142.253.317 Duncan. Mel James 142 Duncan. Thomas Bruce 142 Dunlap. Margaret Jean 83 Dunlop. Roger Allan 142 Dunn. Ardyce Louise Dunn, David Lawrence 70 Dunn, Louise Margaret 102 Dunn. Maureen Frances 83.273 Dunn. Rebecca Jo 83.304 Dunn, Thomas Paul 142,269.312 Dunsmore, David Allen 122 Dunsmore. Raymond Eugene 332.331,334. 102 Dunstan. Maria Toivonen 102 Dunstan. Thomas Charles 75 Durant. Melvin Jr 355.364.354 Dutcher. Daniel Otto 122 Dutcher. Donna Lee 142.225 Dutcher. Marlys Jean 122 Dutt. Dale Stanley 83 Duty, Marcia June 122 Dvoracek. Judv Jean 83.306.220 Dvorak. Connie Mane 83 Dvorak, Ronald Steven Dwyer. Douglas Michael 142 Dwyer, Donna Dee Dwyer, Patricia Kay 142 Dye. Gretchen Mary Dyer, Donna Faye 83.298, 185 Dyke, Paul Jeffrey 102.345 Dykshom. Janice May 142.265,277 E Eagan. Linda Louise 300 Eakes. William Stewart 142.311 Earll. David H 122 Eaves. Charles William 142.319 Eberle. Gerald Richard Eberlein. Daniel Joseph 83 Eberly, Robert Milton 102 Eberly. Lee Allan Ebert. Royhl Birks 313.295.122.354 Eccles. Pamela Anne 142.254 Eckerman, James Gilbert 83.251.188 Eckert, Denis Ray 122 Eckholm. Steven William Eckilrand. Roger Philip 379.102 Eddy Raymond Kldon M.-lman, Charles Ray 83 Edmunds. Ardell last 301 102 Edsen. Craig Allen 142 I .1 I m. ' lle Eihcl 122.365 Edward- filar lev m 122 Egbert, Doris J Sloan 75 Egbert Gary Trent 75 Egbert Robert Allen 122 EgU lx-nnis James 142.308 Kirhman. Mlchele Frames 83,270 Eichman. William Robert 122 Eichmann, Harold Dean 164.274.102 Kide. Kami So. It! Kiesland. Gregury Alan 102 Kinspahr. Sandra Lynn 122 Biaeit, AniLi Mane Eisenbraun, Gary Eugene 142 Eitzen. William (lark 378,102 Eklund, Dennis Arthur 122 Eklund Sharvn Knstine 122 Ekren. Sheryl Jean 302,102,187 I- Hi ink Ben Clifford 122 Ellenberker Daniel G 122 I ii. ' .i. ..I De Anna Mane 102 Filing. William Calvert 102 Ellingson William Glenn Elhngstad. Vernon Stan Elliott, Russell Hay 309,102 Ellis. James Y Ellis, Jan Rae 299,278,373 Ellis, Richard Eugene 383 Ellis Sharon Jean 142 Ellis, Wayne Earl 142 Ellison, Robert Alan 122 Ellwein. Ileane Phyllis Ellwein, Nancy Granville 83.305, 178. 186 Ellyson. Susan Mane 83 Elrod, Robert George 142 Else. David Keith Else. Harlan Eugene Elster. Jerome Romain 102 Elston, John Thomas Jr 102 Elton. Robert D Emerson. Vera Rebecca Emly, Kenneth Frank 122 Emry, Arnold Dean 75 Endorf Marilyn Kay 142.304.373 Endresen. Manus Haakon 83 Eneboe, Lois E Eneboe. Nancy Ann 102 Engberg. William Howard 381.102 Engelhart. Michael A 83.338.194 Engellting. Steven Harold 122 Engelland. Joel Ray 318.102 Engelland, Terrell W Engelmann. Andrea Louise 142,353 Engler, John Thomas 269.122 Engler. Tana Kathryn 142 English, William R 142 Engman. Julie Ann 303.122 Enckson. Connie Fejfar 122 Enckson. Daniel Leonard 84.273 Enckson, Dennis Lowell 102 Enckson. Donald Eugene Enckson, Jeannie Mane 142,253.302 Enckson. Jerel D 142.311 Erickson, Jo Ada Frances 301.122 Enckson. John Erwin 214.317,274 Erickson, John Leonard 197,84,122 Erickson, Marilee 142 Enckson. Mark Douglas 122 Enckson. Marland L Enckson, ParrisCabel 331.102 Enckson. Stephanie R 142 Ericson. Julie Ann 83.296.187 Encson. Sheryl Ann 122 Enksen. Leslie Joan 122 Erkert, Carol H Douglass 103 Erkert, Jerry Dennis Emst, Howard Alex Errett. Jack Brian 143.319 Erstgaard. Jerald Wilmar 189,122 Esbenshade. Jeffrey N 265.122 Eschenbaum, Sharon C 143 Eskelson, Judith Anne 122 Estee. Barbara Ellen 269.302.122 Esterling, Gary Lee Esterling. Linda Sue 84 Estrup. Robvn Ann 122 Ettles. June Kay 234.285.307.122 Eustice, Elizabeth Ann 103 Evans, Ann Margaret 103 Evans. Clark Neil 143 Evans. David Gale 143.313 Evans, Gerald Davis 72 Evans. Wayne H Evanson, Mark Duane 122 Even. Jerome Anthony 335,336,102,354 Evenson, Dianne Marie 143,211 ' Evenson. Russell Allen 311,122 Everhard. Julie Diane 298.103 Everhart. Harry Lee 183,122 Everhart. Madeline L 143 Evers. John Paul Ewert, John Charles 84.143 Ewert, Patricia Ann 143 Ewing. Esther T Ewing. Millard H Jr. Fabncius. Richard Lee 75 Fahy. Ronald Robert 161,103 Fairbanks. Donald L Fairbanks. Thomas Dean 143 Falk, Ray Theodore 143,323 Fallbeck. Dean Ronald 143 Fanning, Dennis Carter 143 Karagher, James Michael 310.122 Karber, W 193 Fans. Jen Lynne 122 Farke. Lawrence Joe 103 Farmer. Michael John 122 Farrar. John Collins Jr 195.310 Farrell, Thomas Jeffrey 318,122 Faulkner. Donald Kmnu-lt Fee. Henry Jordan Jr 72 Feeney, Patricia Lynn 103 Fees, Diane Mane 122 Feilmeier, Leon L 103 Feimer. Steven Henry 143 Fejfar. Richard Arthur 394,383.183,103 185 Fejfar. Thomas John 143 Fellows, U-anne Kaye 103 Fellows. Russell Allen Fellows. Thomas Hayter 122 Fennel. Arne Leroy 143 Fenske. Barbara Ann 187 Ferguson. Donald Roy 232 Ferguson, Ronald Dean 234.322.238.122 Ferguson. Sherry Lvnn 143 Ferlev. Stephen Glenn 143 Fell Arnold Kenneth 122.351.348 Fcyder. Mary Anne 143.305 Fickbohm. Aldean Jerauld 84 Fiedler Harold Kenneth 103 Fiedler Ronald Kenneth 123 Fields Billv Leroy 84 Fields, Nancy Birkeland 84 Fife. Douglas David Finch, Alicia Ann 143 Finke. John Clifford r mnigan. Peg E Smith 84 Finzen. Bonnie Kav 143 Fischer, Arline 304, 103 Fischer. Christian S 143 1- im h»-r, Dorothy Linda 143 Fischer Francis F 70 Fischer. Fred 192 Fischer. Grace Arline Fischer Stephen Lee 123 Flax her Vivian Kay 84.179,191.178 Fischer. Wanda Lou 285. 143.300 Fish. Anthony Gail 103 Fisher. Alan Stewart 143.323 Fisher. Carol Anne 255,143.267 Fisher Donald Glenn 72.84 Fisher Harrison 103 Fisher, Kenneth Harrison Fisk. Donald Robert Fisk Harold Michael 143.310 Flakes. Juanita Denise 143 Flakes Robert F Flanagan. Donna Jean 103 Flanagan, Ralph Joseph 84 Flannery Mark Holl291.311.123 Flatmoe. Finn Magna 143 Fleege Jerry Edward 143 Fleeger. Robert Gregory 143.190 Fleishacier. Gary P 310 123 Fleming. John Philip 103 Flemmer. Gloria Jean 296. 123 Flemmer, Mary Louise 143. 267. 301 Flewelhng. Ronald S 143 FUsrand. Richard Arnold 75 Flohr. Gregory Morns 291 . 143 Flom. Edroy Clarence Flynn.lLee Rebekah 306.103 Flynn. Michael L 143.274 Fodness. Dennis Lee 143 Fodness. Steven Rahn 143 Fodness. Verlyn Arnold 143.269 Foell. Dennis George Fogleman. Sandra Mae 143 Foiles. Arlys Kay Foley. John Lawrence 192 Forchtner. Barbara Ann Ford. Bruce Martin 347. 123 Ford. Manny David 270 Ford Manlyn Kay 404.103 Foreman. Donald Dean 123 Foreman, Richard Rae 190 Foreshoe. Richard Dale 264 277 103 Forney, Pamela Kav 84 Forred. Walter Alfred Jr 72 Forsyth. John Riley 70 Former. Russell Leo 123 Foss. Carole Jean 251 , 193. 103 Foster. Danny Terral 143 Foster. Farvl Jan 76 Foster. James Darrell 347. 143 Foster. Rodney Dale 365 Fowler. Linda Jean 182.123 Fox. James Ellison Fox. James Fredrick 76.84.340.378 Fox. Mary Ann 143 Foy. Thomas Roger 84.274 Francis. Charles VemJr 84 Francis. Michael Gregory 143.309 Francis, William Richard 84 Frank. Beverly Kaye84 Frank Victoria Jo 123 Franks Robert J Frary. Ronald Alan 103 Frazier. Sandra Kay 84.277 Fredncks. Larry Michael 103 Freed. Dean Edwin 340.262.123 Freeman, James Frazier 84 Freeman. John Lewis 103 Freeman. Nancy Meyers Freese. Faith 103.181 Freese. Richard James Freese. Robert Lawrence 103 Frei. Robert Laird 143 French John Willis 319.123 French. Virgil Leroy 76 Freng. Robert Melvin 123 Fnednch. Mary Jean 273 Friednchsen Eugene P 143,323 Frier Helen Lorraine 164 143.225 Fnesen. Clara Schaeffer 143 Friesen. Stanley Robert Friess. Sarah Anne 306 Fritz Janel Ellen Fritz Thomas Gary 196.318.103 Froistad. Gary Irvin 192 FroJatad, Henry James 103 Frost. James Michael 308.123 Fry. John Nelson 143 Fuchs, Wolfgang Gary 278.123.369 Fuhr. Gordon Victor 76 Fuller, Anthony Peter Fuller. Jacquaiyn Gist Fuller, John Douglas 143 Fuller. Kevin Joseph Fuller. Robert Dean 289. 143 Fuller. Thad Leonard 291 Fuller. William Payne 291. 143, 160 Funston. Manlvnn Kay 143.307 Furr. Richard Alan 84,253 Gaffnev. Henry Thomas 84.265 Gaffney. William Thomas 143 Gageby. Shirley Ann 143 Gagnon. Renee Christine 143 Gale. James Donald 123 Gall. Douglas Dale 320 G.illagher. Richard Harry Galvin. Carroll Michael 72 Gange. Linda Lee 85.306 Gangstee. Donald H Gann. Dennis John 269.319. 123 Garvey. Clifford J Garvey. Ricky Gene 103 Garvey. Tami 298 Gaukel. Philip Murray 103 Gaul. James F 320,321.103 Cause. Stephen Atwood 144.310 Gaush. Mary Jo Gavin. John Arthur 123 Gealow, Arthur Raymond 104 Geanno. Walter Edward 144 Geary. J F. 193 Gebhart.NikalausG 123.369 Gehnng, Robert Duane 104 Gellerman. Kristen Kay 306.260. 104 Gellhaus. Nancy Louise 267.301.256.104.185 Gelow, Arthur Howard Jr 355.316.104.365 361.354 Gemar. Diane Mane 191.123 Genus. Versa Louise 255 Gentry. Robert Leroy 75 George, Jeannelte F 144 George. Thomas Allen 84.195 Gerdes. David Alan 70 Gergen. Carol Marie 145 Gerhard!, Jo Ann 182,123 Gerhardt. Ronald Irwin 144.365 Genng. Bruce James 379.104 Gerlach. Dale Alvin 189.104 Gerlach. Randy Mynam 144 Gerlach. Roger Rudolph 104 Gesche. Paul Alan 189 Gesty. Gloria Jean 297,123 Getz. Martin Paul 183.104 Geyerman. Frederick John 291.144 Gibbs. Dennis Darrell 75 Gibhn Diana Mae 123 Gibson. Alverna Joyce Gibson. Lois James Gibson. Shelley Kay 144 Gibson. Sue Ellen 306 Giere. Warren Cyn I Giesbrecht. Irenes Gieser Duane Lonn292 Giessinger. Lawrence C 394.382,104 Cilbaugh. Donna Rae 144 Gilbaugh. Jane Ann 144 Gilbert. Jerry Holmes 162.382.104 Gill, Lawrence Vincent 84.104 GiUlngs, Linda Joy 144 Gilhs. Richard Charles 312.123 Gilman. John Frazier 144.308 Gimbel. Dennis Craig 123.190 Gjerde, Leonard Alfred 104 Glass. Judy Lee Anderson 84.273 277.186 Glassmaker. Daniel John 144 Glendinmng. William J Glenn. Susan Clare 123 Glood. Ellen Mane 144 Glover. John Kenneth Glvnn Hichard Allen Gnewuch, Loren Kent Godbersen Beverly Lynn 403.123 Goeders. John Edward 104 Goeken. Peggy Lee 144 267 301.277 Goergen. Clement Eugene 104 Goenng RoxanneE Goennger. Merlyn Keith 123 Goetze Clay- Ann Therese 84.298.295 184 Goff. Dean J Goff. James Franklin Goodell Harold La Duke 84 Goodell . Linda Peterson 84 Goodman. Kathv Lynn 123 Goodroad. Jerry Lee 144.307 Gors. Janet Susan 123 et Susan 123 Gosunga, Stewart Gosnell. Jane A Goudge. Rogene Mane G Goudy. David John 104 Gowm. William Theodore 85 Graber. Morns Lee Grace. George Jeffrey 379 Grace. Julie Hale 144.299 Grace. Reed Harlan 70 Graf. Thomas John 144.312,190 Graff. Lyle Richard 336 335.104 Graham. Daniel Arthur 123 Gran. Harlan t ne 144 Grant. David Wayne 85 Grant. Hank Peter 291.123 Grauer. Pamela Dee 85 Graves. Jon Charles 318 Gray. Gary Alan 85 Gray. Harold William 190.104 Gray. James Douglas 104 Gray. James John 104 Green. Craig Allen 144 Green. Danny Jim Green. Dennis Dale 190.104 Green. Edward Whitman Green. Shirley Lee Greene. William Thomas 104 Greenhalgh. William H 75 Greenough. Mary Louise 144.296 225 Gregoire. Donald Michael 85 Grell. Dennis La Verne 123 Greeve, Robert Alan 144.309 Gndley, John N 70 Gner. Barbara Lee 231 .236.237.301 .295 104 Grieser.Candice Jo 144 Griffin. Patricia ( Griffis William Everett 123 Gnswold. Richard Harry 379.104 Gntten. Donna Mae 123.263 Groeneveld. Judith Anne 144,305 Gross. Charles Norman 320.123 Gross. ErwinR Gross. Lynn Al 85.190 Gross. Rodney Allen 308.104 Grosse. Corrine Quern Grossell. Catherine Inez 144 Grossenburg, John H Grosshans. Roland E 192 Grosz. Donald William 144 Grosz. Fred A Grotewold, Paulelle Ray 277.385 Groth. James Peter 104 Groth. Lonnio Orlvn 291 .123 Groves. Richard Neal 144 Groves. William Jason 104 Grow. Douglas James 144 Grue, Susan Marie 255.144 Gruenhagen. Dennis Paul Guadagno. Michael Joseph 123.369 Guddal. William Nicol 144.312 Guenlhner, George Allen 144 Guhin. John Patnck 193 Guhin. Thomas Francis 144.319 Guillaume. Gregory James 144.323 Guillaume, Lawrence C 104 Guinn. Gregory Dennis 123 Gulbranson. Patrick Lyle 123 Gullickson. Joellen Faye 304.274.123 Gulhckson. Judith Helen 144 Gullickson, Larry Lee 85.254.378.267.317 388 Gundersen. Deanne 305.104 Gunderson. Angela Ilene 240.243.104 Gunderson. Carol Jeanne Gunderson. Ethel L Gundlach Matthew F 123 Gunn. Susan Lilian 144 Gunther, Jean Mane 123 Gurdin. Barbara A Potash 85 Gurdin, Lester J 70.192 Gustafson. Brian Lee Guslarson. Gary Delberl 144 GusLifson. James Enc 338 GuthmiUer. Arlyn Joyce 104 Guthmiller, Connie Kay 144 GuthmiUer, Ix n323 Guthmiller Sharon Kay 144 Gutxman. Susan Gail 167.2S4.304 123 H Haak. Craig Raymond 164.104 Haan. Carol Lev 86 Habbena. Douglas Michael 308 H.bberstad. Joan Lone 234,303,104 Hackler. Robert Hadd. Floanne Jeanne 184 185 Hadd Pauline T Hagan. Lynda Rae 144 Hagarty, Mirhael John 144 Hagele. Dennis William Hagen. Allan One 86.271 Hagen.. Elizabeth Ann 30ti Hagen. Jeffrev Brooks 106 Hlfn Randall Lee 105 Hagerty. Richard Dean Hagg Brian Duane 268,382.106 Haggardt. Virginia lee 106 Haggerly Mary Elizabeth 144 Hahn, Josephine Julia 144 Haider. Robert Michael 144 Haines. Edward Lee Hakanen. Laun John 317 106.370 Hakeman Dennis Wayne Hale. Douglas Ronald 251.105 Hale Shannon Kathleen 144 Haley. Joseph Dennis Haley. Robert William 144 Haley William Leslie Hall Barbara Jean 86 Hall. James Lee 381.105 Hall. Joan Maureen Hall. John Lemuel 76 Hall. Kalhrvn Jean 251 Hall. Linn Alvin 144.317 Hall, Susan Virginia 304.191,105 Haller. Garv John Haller May ' lan Roy 86.309 Haller. Thomas Edward Halls (rum Richard T 144 Halstrom, La Verne C 188.105 Halter. William James Jr 105 Halverson, Gregory A 291.144 Halverson. Larry Roy 123 Halvorson Garv Lynn 144 Hamblin Chris Martin 144,319 Harrier William B 144 H.mnl! Peter Eugene 190 Hamilton, Aden Earl Hamilton. Dorothy Jean 105 Hamilton. J Carol Hamilton. Phillip R Hamm. Cheryl Anne 144 Hamm. Joseph Nicholas 10S Hamm. Michael Waller 320.123 Hamm, Pamela Lynn Hamm. Robert Michael 72 Hammerbeck, Roger George 347. 144.365 Hammes, Michael Jon Hammond Mary Elizabeth 105 Hamp. George Holmuth 85 Hanafan, Thomas Patrick 340.262,123 Handheld, Francis G 75 Hanes, Ixus Alane 144 Hanisch. Mane Kathleen 145 Hanking. William Henry 72 Hankins, Daniel Lee 145 Hank ins Virginia Kay 145 Hanlon, Constance JoaJfflC 145.267 Hanlon, Man Kathleen 293.304.124 Hanno. Bruce Alan 145,317 Hansen. Dale Roger 310,105 Hansen. Dawn Leanne 124 Hansen. Dennis John 274.124 Hansen. Douglas Vuintm Hansen. Douglas Ray 124 Hansen. Duane Arlen Hansen. Harold George 105 Hansen. James L 145 Hansen. Lawrence Dean 86,378 Hansen, MadlynGail 145 Hansen, Marilyn Ruth 145 Hansen. Randy Kent 145 Hansen, Sharon Kay Hansen, Susan Jane 145.307.373 Hanson, Alvin Bertram! 75 Hanson. Carol Joy 145.263 Hanson. Dan Charles 145,265.312 Hanson. Dee Jeffrey 189.105.369 Hanson. Dennis Ronald 145.309 Hanson. Gerald Burdette 105 Hanson. Geraldine Ruth 124 Hanson. Julie Eileen 272. 145 Hanson, Mane Janett Hanson Mane Susan 236.254.301 Hanson Michael De Wayne 86,369 Hanson. Rav George 124 Hanson. Robert Sigurd 145 Hanten. Sharon Kay 14S Harbeck. Ronald Joseph Harbecke. Rosemary L 124 Hard. Frank Delos 145 Hardacre. Douglas James 291.145 Harden. Susan Lee 145 Harding. Clifford Glen 105 Harding Teresa Lynn 145 Hardy Cheryl Lee 145.300 Hargens. Christine E 145.105 Hargens. Rav Duane Haitian, Roland G Harksen. Cynthia Gehret 85 Harless. Georgeannc L 145.302 Harlow David Kevin 145.318.106 Harlow. John Todd HarlsOfl James Allen 166 167.311. 124 Harmon, Robert Baker Harnois Judith Ann 124.263 Harrington I f I 101 124 Harrington. Jean Lynn 145 Harrington. Virginia M 145.254.267,302 Hams, Anthony Edwin Hams, Carolyn Ann 301.124 Hams Richard Lee 85,340.331.262 Hams. Stephen Andrew 145 Harrison. Donald Edwin Harrison, Jane Frances 124 HarroW William Henry 348.105 Hart. Carole Anne 105 Douglas Earl 145.3)7.37) H adman Roger (n ne 145 Hasek Lee Stanley Ha sen bank Marvin Glenn 124 Hassinger Karen Ann 171, 186 Hassinger Mary Lynn 298.124 Hastings. Laura Isabe)le85 Hastings. Robert Mien 85 nstance Anne 300.105 Hauck Jerry Allan 85.336 335 Haurfc. Sandra Lavne 145.301 Haulf . La Tomah Fern 145 Bart Metai Mary 14)5 Haugen James Julius 292.105 ( a role Jean 145 Hauser. Ronald Rovce 145 Haw lev John Kermit 394 380 Hays. Stanley Alan 224.190 Hayse. Carol June 135 Hazen Sophie Mane 124 423 424 Hrame Reorrca Aim IM ' .•.i 145 lli-hrlrr miUamGan IB II. hrii J»ni» Marie SB 124 IK . rn Hov 145 ..K Hand Alan 145 Iteekenlilrlv I imja C J»l »1 232 3» 106. IK ■ .wendolsn June 124 Frank Strtrns 114 MariKnKuth 145,225 Hcilgrr Cecil Raymond 312 Hrdgrs IXmna Jansrn Hrdruk Carl.iAnnl4S.IC0 Hreren Jamr Michael 236.317 Herrrn Janice I. vnl45 162 278 Hrelland. David Lee 145 Heelland, Dennis Craig 274.106.111 Hi llr. ii David Th,,m.iv .134 331.317. 106.370 Hrgeman Johan Hendnk 371.278 106 Heggrlund iv.nnarla 300.124 HtflUuitt, Richard Dale 85 188 - gnli ivjn IM Heider Jon David Hrilman. Joan Irene 274. 105 Heilman June Ella 124 Hnman. Glen Edward Heimer Dennis Milton Hem. Christine Piekarz Hem. John Heinson Douglas Henry 145 311 274 Hcinv IVan Rossiter 145 Hcisinger Randolph W 105.181 H.-jlul Gene D Held. Michael Paul 85.264.316.317 Held. Richard Mark 124 Hcllenstine. Jerry M 145 Helgager. Diane Lynn 145.225 Helgerson. Ronald Nelson 124 Helman. Glenn 124 Helseth. David Lloyd Helwig Ronald Edmund 380.106 Henderson. Benajmin Jess Henderson. George R 105 Henderson. Stanley W 124 Hendnck. Terrence E 197.312.124 Hendry Aha Fernandez 291.145 Henmngs. David Arthur 124 Henwng sen, Robert Craig 85.336.335.316, 371.370 Henrichsen. Dallas B Henrickson. Edyth L 270.124.182 Henriksen. James Richard 380.225.124.190 Henriksen. Marvin Gene 85 Henrv David Edward 75 Henry, Gary Dwight 145 Henrv Lincoln M Henrv Thomas Earl,224.190 Hepner Linda Diane 124.182 Hepper. Donald Wayne 379.106 Herbert Bonita Kaye 277.124 Hermans. Gerald James 333.331 .334.394. 262.378.318.106 Hemdon. Glenda Jovce 124 Herrig Charles Michael 124 HerseUi. Ralph Lars 124 Hersrud James Robert 251 .322. 106 Hesla. Barbara Jane 214.85 Hesla. David Barth 335 Hess. Linda Louise 307.124.373 Hessman. Daniel Lee Heth. Samuel Roy Hettinger James Donald 335.380 Heuerman. Charles Thomas291. 145 Heupel. Shirley A 106 Heusinkveld. Ronald E 145.323 Hevdlauf f Avanelle R Hibbeler. Carleen Joyce 301.295 Hicks. Jane E Cashman241 Hicks. Michael Lee 335 Hieb. Le Roy Martin 145 Higgins. Charles George 291.145.323 Higgins Kathleen 145 Hight. John Charles 323. 124 Hildebrandt. William E 268.124 Hilgenberg, James F 75 Hill. Karen Mane 166.167,220.124.263 Hilgren, Charles R Hillman. Peter E Hillman. Thomas Dean 124 Hinde. William Michael 189.313.106 Hine. Manlvn Roberta 285.306.124 Hinkelman. Darrel Dean 164.165 196.394. 379.311.106 Hinkhouse. Jane Lee 185 Hink lev Lee Earl 291.85 Hinnchs, Lyle Elray 75 Hins. Karen Mane West 85,276, 181 Hins, William Theodore 85,221 Hinseth. Marilyn .Ann 255 Hinzman. John Lewis Hirsch. John Scott. 319 Hirschkorn. Dale Francis 274.124 Hirtlel Donald Lee 106 Hitzemann. Robert Paul 124 Hoar, Patty Joy 145.301 Hoard. Robert Eugene 72 Hodgson. Susan Tenney 145.305 Hoekman. Nyla Yvonne 106 Hoeppner, Donald Joseph 146 Hofer, Dennis Paul Hofer. Douglas Ernest Hoff. Albert Gene Hoff, Janet Kay 106 Hoffman. Donald Charles 225.124 HofXamp. Harlan Elwood 75 Hofkamp Ramona Bushmer 75 Hofman. John William 106 H. ' lmann. Mark A Hogarth Dennis l.lovd ISO 320. 321. 256. 106 HoMnthknri I ■ i- 106 II.. hm Hi, hard Alan 72 Hohm Hubert Cjrev 124 H,.hn Ut Ann H,,hn Thomas Elmer 125 at IhiuglasLrelK .le 291146.268 Hoick Neil W.ivne 125 Holdndge Steven l.vle 338.380.320.106 Holiorlv. Carol Elaine 146.274 Holland ' Thomas William 146.319 Holleman Charlotte Ann ' 299 Hollick. Frances Emmary 146 H,ilh„ter, David Jerome 271 Hollmann Bonnie law 234.259.302.125 Holmquist Paul Raymond H.ilmslrom, Joanne 106 Holt. Carleton Roland 125 Holt. Dennis Orvan 106 Hi.lUamp, lajuiseC 86.272 Holub. Dennis Rav 125 Hone. Chervl Marie 288.106 Honke. Frances Ellen 146 Hoover Donald Ijne Hoover. Gordon Le Roy 125 Hopkins Timothy Bruce 72 Hormel. Donald Roger. 146.369 Horn. Charles Dennis 125 .369 Horn. Dale Ward 146 Horner. Peter John Jr 169.86.394.383 Horner. Ray Gordon Homer. Robert Frank 319 106 Horning, Dennis Terry 146 Horning. James Ross 383. 106 Horst Leon Matthew 125 HoU. Elaine Ann 260.125 Houg. Marv Jane 106.263 Houiton. Thomas George HouU. Patricia Lee 306.125 Hoven. David Atlee 166.125 Hoven. Diane Annette 125 Hoven, Victoria Lou 285,273,300, 106 Howard. Dianne Delores 125 Howdeshell. JonP 76 Howe. Inge Dawn 285,236.146.305 Howlett. Dale Lee 146 Hoy. John Gerald 322 322 Hoy. Richard 323 Hoyme. Maiine Kaye 85.298 Hoyt. Everett Earl Hoyt. Sharon Mc Donald Hubbard. Constance Faye 125 Hubbard. Deane Wesley 106 Hubbard. Wade Allan 86. 313 Huber. Andrew Mark Huber, Beverly A Huber, Marvin Luvern 125 Huber. Snaryn. Kathanna 86 Hubert. Connie Joan 125 Hudson. Phyllis Claire 146.271 Hudson, Rose Mary 146.277 Huelsman. Susan Jane 125 Hueber. James Gerard 146 Huenemann, Mark William 106 Huettmann. Richard Paul 225.106 Huff. Gary Lee 274 Huff. Lawrence Russell 86 Huffman, Richard Earl 125 Hughes, Brett George 146,323 Hughes. Richard George 106 Huhn Pnscilla Jane 125 Huisinger. Mark Llovd 125 Hull. Becky Jo 146 Hull. Bonnie Jan Hull. Lois Ann 106.185.184 Hulse. Marv Celia 106 Hulshof. Richard Lee 125 Hulsing. Jeanne Mane Hultgren. Larry Eugene 86.177,340,341. 262.313 Hummel. Robert Le Roy 106 Humphrey. Edwin Eugene 86 Hunter. Ann Marie 146 Hunter Thomas Lee 380 Huntley. Gayle Rae 146 Hurd. Clara Ellen 125 Hurd. Richard Donald Hurd. Ricky Alan 146 Hurd. Robert Donald 146.125 Hurlbert, Hollis Robert 319.125 Hurlbut. Robert Eugene 320 Hurley. Donald Dale Husby. Lynette Renae 125 Huss, James Cynl 397.86.382 Huth. Charles John 332.333.331.334.317. 106 Huwe. Ronald Wayne 310.125.183 H am Marte297,125 Hyde. Harlow 256 Hyde. Michael Sherman 309.106.361.354 Hvde. Robert Maynard Hyink. David Martin 146,323 Hyldahl, Jane Ann 173,86,306,184.178 Hyldahl. Martha Jo 285.146.307 Hylle. John David 146 Hyndman, Craig Everett 146 I Ideker, Joe 86 Ideker. Randall William 146.317 Ireland. Nancy Jean 146 Irwin, Douglas Eugene 146 Irwin. Kenneth Lee 146 Irwin, Robert Willis 146 Isaak, Judith Ann 146 Isackson. Charles H Jr 125,183 LMksOfi Rob. rl Edward 125 lsbtirK.rarraMDj.le72 lunun, Jerry Wesley 146.161 IssrnhuuY Sharon H C 86 Issenhuth Thomas M 192 (VMM .In-wph Hrrshrl 146,369 Iverson. David Lynn 146,319 lverson. Janice Ann 126 Iverson. Karen Mane 301. 125. 385 Jackson. Daniel Bruce 396 Jackson, Daniel lai- Jackson Judith Ann 258,296,125 Jackson. Peter Charles 379. 106 i u . .1-. William waltei Jacobsen, Thomas Arvid 125 Jarobson. Frances Salter 86 Jacobson, Hobert James 146 J.. ohson, Terrance Lee 106 Jakso. Charles John 188 381.106 JambOT, Alvin Frank 86 James. Lynda Irene 146 James. Patricia Ann James. Randv Fvlie 146 James. Robert Clare 146 James. Steve Paul 86.241 ,322 Jameson. Gary R 76 Jameson. Vicki Lynne 304,106 Jamtgaard. Dennis Dean Jan, Gregory Ko Ming 193,278.125 Janklow. Arthur Winkler 384 Janklow. Frederic Victor Jansen. Mary Jane 146.106 Janssen, Richard laorenz Jarasek, Dennis Joseph 146 Jardmg. John Bernard 146 Ronald Paul 125 Jassmann. Sandra Lee 70 Javurek. Anthony Jay 72 Javurek. Lennie Devick Jennings, Charles C 146 Jensen, Christian Peter 146 Jensen, Cynthia Ann Orr 86 Jensen. David Paul 86 Jensen. James Wilmer 146 Jensen, Janet Heimes Jensen, Jerry Lee Jensen. Lairv Lee 146 Jensen. Lee Edward 347.146 Jensen. Mary Elizabeth Jensen. Mary Teale Jensen. Roger Sophus Jensen, Sigurd Algren Jensen, Vibeke Toft Jenson, John Howard Jenson, HiluckeToft 125 Jenter, George William 311,274,106 Jenter. Judy Ellen 274,125 Jepsen, Gary Lawrence 107 Jepsen, Jeanette Louise 86 Jepson, Mary Belle Moore Jespersen, Garry Lynn 146 Jewett, Harvey Chase 146.319 Jiran. Jaci Anne 302.125,385 Jochims, Dwight Dee Johannsen. Jams Sue 146 Johnke. Larry Elwin 107 Johns, Dale Kenneth 146 Johns, John Edward 125 Johnsen. Ronald Paul Johnson. Alyn Lee 291 .340.347.107 Johnson. Barry Don Johnson, Betty Jo 146 Johnson. Bruce Lothian 107 Johnson. Bruce Lynn Johnson, Candace Sue Johnson, Cathy Ann 146.263 Johnson. Clair Elmore 125 Johnson. Colleen Kay 125 Johnson. Dale Alden 125 Johnson. Daniel Lee 146 Johnson, Darlene Jewel 275 Johnson, Darwin Edward 379.107 Johnson. David Alan 312 Johnson. David Lawrence 72 Johnson. David Marion Johnson. Drew Curtis 347.146.313 Johnson. Errol Vance Johnson, Gary Andrew Johnson. Gary Edward 147,125 Johnson. Gene Richard 126 Johnson. Glen Herman 197,318.126 Johnson, Glenn Charles 126 Johnson, Gordon Roy 196,380.319,107 Johnson, James Albert 86 Johnson. James Carl Johnson, James Clark Johnson. James Melvin 86.147,192,190 Johnson. Jerald Wayne 147 Johnson. Jo Mane 147.275.263 Johnson. Jo Ann Beth 107 Johnson, Joel Neil 147 Johnson. Karen Ann 126.186 Johnson, Karen Audrey 126,182 Johnson, Larry Charles 192 Johnson, Linda Joy 234,304.126 Johnson. Lowell Eric Johnson, Margene Gail 147.301 Johnson. Miriam Kay 87.285.220,263,185 Johnson. Nicki Ann 147 Johnson, Paul Dean 309 Johnson. Richard Louis 147 Johnson. Robert Dean 126 Johnson, Robert Van 197.251,394 Johnson. Ronald Edward 147 Johnson. Ronald 192 Johnson. Ruth Irene 147 Johnson. Sara Jane 87. 27b, 304 Johnson. Steven Isev 126 Johnson, Susan Jane 38,,178 Johnson Thomas (irorge 312 Johnson Thomas Wayne 251.269.126 Johnson Timolhv PttOT 267.312,126 Johnson Virgil Keith 76.192 Johnston, Bruce l,ee 147 Johnston, James Paul 147 Johnston William W Jones Alan Michael 265.277.126 Jones ' Allen Stewart 126 Jones. Arnold Qlil Im Jones, Benjamin Watson 160.126 Jones, Hngid Carroll 180 Jones Court land Cra.is3l9.126 Jones David Hobert 277.126 Jones, Elise Srhroff Jones .lame: I Jones. John Gregory Jones Kathy Ann 147 Jones. Linda Kathenne 87 Jones. Lucian Elmer 267.313.107 Jones. Lyle Reagan Jr 268 Jones. Margi-ne L Wright 76 Jones. Roy Ernest Jr 76 Jones, Stephen 76 Jones, Thomas William 87,277.369 Jordan. Cathleen Hill Jordan, Helen Hall Jorgensen, Dennis Edwin 126 Jorgensen. Gary Carlton Jorgensen, John Amelio 147 Jorgensen, Marty John 347,147,365 Jorgenson. Bruce Donald 72 Jorgenson. James I,eroy 147 Jorgenson, Jerry Lynn JosUd, Thomas Richard 281.147 Josten, Robert John 147, 365 Joy, Kenneth L Joyce, Steven Craig 126 Juelfs. Sharon Kay 147 Juffer. Rodnev Dean Julian. 248 Junek, Sharon Diane 273, 107 Junernan. Donald Peter 339 Jungclaus. Gregory Alan Jurgensen, Russell V 126 Jurgenson, Gordon W 147 K Kabeiseman. Earl William 126 Kabnck. Kathryn Kay Kadinger, Kathleen Kay 126 Kaech. Delmar Edward K.ihil Alain Aladin 76 Kahil, Mary E Burton 87 Kahler. La Nyce Mane 87.306.186 Kahler. Lelund Moms 147 Kahler. Michael Thomas 126 Kaiser. Dennis Wayne 126 Kaiser, Gerald Lynn 107 Kallich. John Edward 126 Kammeyer. Jerald Rav 381 ,322,225.190. 107 Kanemoto, Neil Yoshio Kapke. Dorothy Ann Kappel, Emest A 147 Kaproth. David E Kapustynski. P eter John 76.126 Karabatsos. Ardyce Ruth Karlen. Robert Edwin 126 Kams. Randy Lee 190 Kardlevitz. Leona M Karpen. Douglas Allen 274.126 Kass. Lee Ronald 126 Kauffman, Charles Jerold 76.190 Kaufman. Marjone Anne 147 Kaufman. Roger John 87.181 Kaupp. Barbara Jean 147 Kaupp. Carol June 87 Kaus. Lennis Lee 126 Kavanaugh. Kathleen T Kavanaugh. Mary Lynn P 147.126.263 Kawatski, Joseph A Kayl. Linda Lee 147 Kayser, Lawrence Richard Kazmierski. Ruth Moller Kazos. Alei A 107 Keane. James Kenneth 87 268 Keefe. Douglas Rollin 147 Keeley, Gerald Andrew 189.107 Kees. Sherylee 273,254.126 Kehn. Janice Arleen 107 Kehrwald, Donald Joseph !47 Kehrwald. Michael L 87,380 Keitges, James Edward 87.309 Keith. Delbert Gene 87 Keith. Todd Monroe 147,317 Keller. Daniel Otto 147 Keller. Eileen Mane 126 Keller. Michael John 147.311 Keller. Steven Leigh 310.274.126.183 Kelley. Joel Bayne 147 Kelley, Richard Allen 147.190 Kelly, Cortland J Jr ' ndJ Jr Kelly. Daniel Joseph Kelly. Eugene Kevin Kelly. Helen Leanne 234.240.305 Kelly. Leslie Jeane 273.126 Kelly, Michael Fmegan 243.126 Kelly. Mollv Ann 107 Kelsey. Charles Theodore 147 Kelsey, Charles Theodore 369 Kelsey. Jerry Lee 291 , 147 Kemmish, KirkCarlyle 172.87.332.333. 334,195.295 Kemmilz. Ralph Alien Kempf , Carrold James 107 Kempler. Karen Lee 126 Kendall Pamela Jane 296 220.126.263 Kennedy. Donald Edward Kennedy. Lola Bea 87 Kennedy. Richard James 394.107 Kent Eugene Patrick 147 Kent. Timothy Carl Kenzy. Kathv Frances 302 402.263.373 Kephart. Helen Jean Orr «7 Kerkhove. Gerald Edward 126 Kerr. Samuel Mayer Kessel. Douglas Donevan 147 Kessel. James Phillip 107 Kessel. Lesley Ann Diehl Kessel. Mary Elizabeth 126 Kessler. Allen Lawrence Ketelsen. Judv Mane 147 Kelller Barbara Helena 107 Kibble William Richard 291.340.262 Kielman, Richard Charles 379.322.295.107 Kiemtz. Linda Diane 147.299 Kiit I Hiuglas Eugene Kille IlIWillardB 289.317. 107.348.353 Killinger. Grelchen Kilpatrick. William R 107 Kimball Kent Allan 87 King. Raymond Jon King, Roy Dean 147.126 King. Thomas Stephen Kingdon William Keith 87 225,190 Kingsbury. James Alan 289.87 Kingsbury. John Krancis 291.251.126 Kingsbury. Thomas Edward Kinsley Marsha Rae 147 Kinsley Man Allvson Kipling. Marsha Dune 147 236.276.305 Kippes, Thomas Jerome 147 Kirbv Patrick John 322 107 Kirchgesler, Daniel J 382.322.107 Kirk Judy Yvonne 255.147 Kirkeby. Steven Craig 166 Kjrschcntnann H.irleyJ 87.188 Kittelson. John Robert It; Klatt. Jill Ann Klauer. Timothy Lawrence Kleibacker. Wilson Jr 265.126 Klein. Frederick Harold 87 Klein, Frieda 187 Klein. Patricia Kaye 147 Kleinsasser. DeloresS Klink. Mary Jean 276.263 Kliplel Ronald Dean 313.126.296 KUppstein. Thomas D Klock. Margaret Linda 147 Klosler Geoffrey C Kloster Kathy Kay 107 Kluender. Donna Lee 126 Kmetvk. Steven Gary 186 Knauf. Thomas Fredrick 347.147 Kneebone. Carol Ann 107.184 Kniffen Donald Leo 107 Knitlel. Dale Alan 147 Knorr Gerard Kav Knott. Wayne Homer 147 Knowles. Richard Andrew 107 Knowllon. Marv Catherine 147 Knoi. Prudence Mary 258 298.126.185 Knudson. Carol 185 Knudson. Eldon Le Rov 126 Knust. Ronald J 312 Knutson Esther Marie Knutson Gary Sharrol Knutson. Lavalle Charles Knutson Robert Anthony 312.126 K.iball, Donald Eugene 87 270 Koball. Janice Ellen Kober. Kris James 148 Kobza. Val Thomas 87.320 Koch. Charles Richard 319.126 Koch. Kenneth Lvle 148 Koch. Robert John 341.347 148 Kodas Mike 267 Koehn. Thomas Andrew 127 Koenig, Evelyn Mane 127.182 Koepnirk Linda Lee 107 Koepp. Lana Jean 243.251 .126 Koelzle Donald John Jr 127 Kohler. John Francis Kohlhoff. Darlene Joyce 127.184 Kolanrh. Emily Jane 306.127 Kolbeck Thomas Georg e 127 Kolker Thomas Allan 82.192 Kollars Collin Joseph 107 Kollasch. Carmen Marie 296.127 Kollasch. Sharon Lynn 391.255.107.185 Kolsrud. Steven Lynn 148.311.274 Kooiker. Quentin La Roy 148 Koostra. Waller Lee Koskovich. Kevern R 148.275 Kostbolh. Allan Leroy 127 Kostel. Roger Dale 148 KoUs. Jean Ann 148 Kolas MichaelJohn 291.148.274 Koupal. Larrv Rav 127 Kracht. Steven Michael 148 Kraft. Bradford Dean 148.225 Kraft. O Kay Krahling. Karen Lynn 148 Kramer. Donald Wayne 274.127 Kramer. Kenyon Keith 70 Kramer. Inarae lsabell 76 Kramer. Rachel Ann 127 Krause. Diane Rae 148 Krause. Robert A 76 Kreber, Patricia Mae 272.107 Kreger. James Leroy 87.190 Kremer Gail Mane 148 Knens. Kenny Joe 87 Krippner, Clarice Brandt Krippner. Ray A Kromminga. Norma Jean 273.258 255 107 185 Kroon. Jerry Dean 192.322.384 389 Krueg.r ( ' .instance Renee 391 233, 107 Krueger. Leon Fadne ss Krull. Charlene Kav 148 Kruse. Linda U e 373 Kruse. Richard John H 107 Kruse. Rodney Ray 127 Kruse. William Leonard 148 Kryger. Hugo 108 Kudrna Don Eugene Kuemper, Albert Joseph 148 Kuhl. James M Kuhr Glenn Douglas 345,340.262.371.370 Kullbom, James Bvron 72 Kumpf. Dianne Sue 87.166 Kunz. Roger Dale 72 Kud. George Yuan Fei 76.278 Kuper. Dennis Lee 188.127 Kuper Glenda Kay 148 Kuronen. Dennis Wayne 353.313.127 Kurtenbach. Roger B Kurtenbach. Ronald V 309.127 Kurl e John William 269.108 Kutschinski. Linda Kay 270.108 Kvien, Susan Jeanne 301. 127 Km.- Francis James 155 Kyle. Lawrence William 127 Labau. Lyle Lee 154 Laber. Constance Kay 121 Lacey. Christine Mane 88 Lacey. Patrick Henry 70.192 l.achel Barbara L Lachel. Harold Eugene Jr 76 Lackey, Larry Wayne 148 La Croix. Darlene G 108 Lacroix. Jerrv Rav 148 Laggis. Sir. hi. m Paul 70 Laird. James Richard Laird. Thomas Scott Lamb. Charles Edward 88 Lambert. James Joseph 127 Lambert. Jerome Jules I-amey, John Daniel Jr 73 Lammers. Paul Eugene Lamont. Elizabeth Ann 148.301 Lampert. Barbara Joan 88.304 Lamport. Nancy Lee C Landau. Gregory Allen 148 Landergolt. Dennis R 76 Landon. Verlvn Floyd Lane. Donald Richard Lane. Jerald Leo 127 Lane. Stanley Earl Lang. Allan Edwin 70.192 Lang. Julia Marie 276,305.127 Lang. Lana Mae 88.127 Langager. Gregory Jacob 847 148 Lange. Alan llrich 76 Lange. Janice Alane 76 Langemeier. Judith Ann 297 Langrock. Denice Marian 148 Lankhorst. Barry John 148 Lankhorst Douglas Alan 382 Lanners, Larry Rav 148.317 Lantaff. Damal Mli-heal 127 Lantaff. Ronald James 148 Lantis. Kenneth Le Roy 275.369 Lappe. David Anthony 148 Laramie. Carol Lee 148 Larimer, Virginia L P Larimer. Robert Paul Larkin. Charles Arthur 127 Larsen. Constance Joleen Larsen. Craig Gordon Larsen, Donald Raymond 88 Larsen. Janice Carol 127 Larsen. Keith Edwin 148 Larsen. Kent Martin 148 Larsen. William Eugene 148 Larson. Amor 88 Larson. Barbara Lee 304.260.127 Larson. Beverly Jean 148 Larson. Burdetie Lee 148 Larson. Carl Edward 127 Larson. Carl Henry 319 Larson. Darrvl Lynn 264.254.109 Larson. Donald Allen 108 Larson. Gary Lee 148 Larson. Georgia Ann 148 Larson James Alan 148.308 Larson. James Luther 127 Larson. Janice Loreen 296.127 Larson. Jean Ian Dixon 108 Larson. Jerome Ross Larson. Jerry Leroy Larson. Karen Ann 148 Larson. Larry Gust 81.271.108 Larson. Lawrence Oliver 88 Larson. Lib Elain 225.127 Larson. Linnea Hazel 108 Larson. Manlvn Jo 148 Larson Rae Gene 127 Larson. Richard John 318.127 Larson. Roger Harold 88 148 Larson. Roger Loe 347 319 Larson. Ronald Jerome 127 Larson. William Harvey 127 Larson. William Warren Lass. Thomas Francis Jr 108 Lau Nam San 369 Lau. Sally Sai Lam 76.274 ,278 Lauen. Larry Duane 10 Laughlin. Patricia Ann 148 Laur. Diane Lyn 234.254.301 .385 127 Lautt. Clarence N Lavia. Frank Charles Jr 347.148 Lawrence. John Mark Lawrence. Lavonne Jean 148.277 Lawrence. Susan Joan 127 Lawton. Karen Lvnn 301 108 Lawton. Selma M Leap. Darrell Ivan Leapley. Ronald Leslie Lease. William Andrews 148 Le Beau Allen Elliot 148 Le Beau. Philip Gordon Lebedev. Gregon Leberkmght. James W Leek. Allen Donald 319.127 Lee. Byron 184 Lee. Chang Hee Lee. Jerome Allan 347.148.365 Lee. Mary Ann 258.300.108 Lee. Maurice E Lee. Quentin Albert Jr 320.127 Lee. Ronald Brendon 127 Lee. Susan Beth 148.306 Leech. Thomas Albert 108 Leege. Mama Alice 164.148 Lefever. Phares Z Lefler, Constance Mane 127 Lehman. Eric Allen 128 Leiferman. Robert C 88 Leiferman, Sheryl H 148 Leigh. Frederic Alfred 313. 128 l-ein Howard Paul 148.313 Leischncr. Gerald Erwin 129 Lembcke. Lanny Dean 379.108 Lennon. Richard Carlton Lenlz. Jeanne Mane 148 Lenlz. Judy Ann 262.193.108 Lenz. Carol Ann 164.392.267.300.417.108 l.enz Donna Lee 258.148.301 Leonard. James Russell 148 Leroy. Thomas Michael 316.108 Leslie. Catherine Mary 148 Leslie. Jerome Russell 76 Lesselyoung. Bernard H 148 Lessmann. MarlinM 71 Levenng. Roger John 128 Lewis. Frank Bruce 148 Lewis. Michael Marlowe 128 Uegl. Rene George 148 Light Ronald Jean 312.183.128 Liken Llovd Thomas 88,323 Lillibndge William G 108 Lin. Kud Chung 278 Undberg. John Alan Lindeman. Diane Jean 164.148 Linderman. Hazel Carr Lindgren. Lewis Charles 108 l.indstrom. Connie Kay 108 Lindstrom. Dean Robert Line. Linda Mane 148 353.263 Lingbeck. Dar ' ene Mane Link. Judith Claire 148.253 306 Lintz. John Ross 359.354 List. Daniel Alan 320 Last. Ronnie Ray 108 Liston. Barbara Kav 391 .237.303. 108 185 Litke. Robert 184 Little. Randi Kay 148 Livingston. Kathleen G Llorente. John Lee 148 Lobdell Bryan Charles 108 Lobe. Dona Dale Pipe Lobe. William Carl Locke. Sandra Kay Lockner Mickev thurland Loe. Ellen Eileen Loegering. Daniel John Loehrer Michael William 379.310.248.246 108 Lofthus. Susan Mane, 182. 128 Logsdon. Adnenne Lee 88 276 Logsdon. Bertram! M Logterman. Melvin E Lohman. William Desmond 128 Loken, Sharon Ann 128 Lombard. Bruce Alan Long. Frederick Leroy 164 189 128 Long. James Harrison 291 149 Long. Lone Helen 391.268 265.264 305 108.186 Long. Margaret Louise 185 Long. Renee Ann 128 Longhenrv Martin John 164.88 Longwood, Verna Ann 88. 184 185 Lonseth Man Patricia 149 Lonson. Susan Kay 149 Lorch, Daniel Albert Lorensberr Ronald E 88 190 Lorensen. Dennis l ee Lorenz. James Lee 149 Lorenzen. Barbara June 88.273 Lorenzen. Steve Allen 189 108 Louison Rodney Roy 149 353 Lovre. Jo Ann Louise 88 264. 128 Lubeck. Thomas Allen Lucas. Richard Charles 128 Luchtel Michele Ann 128 Ludens Donald Le Roy 120 128 Ludgale Janice Kav 234 240 128 Luepke Orville Edgar Lukkes H Robert Lund. Maureen Gloria 149 267 Lund. Robert Moms 317 128 Lund. Ronald Dwavne Lundberg. Kenneth R l-undberg. Mary Agnes Lundi. id 149.351 348 Lundeen. Larry Edward 88 Luscombe. Tony 277 Lussem Michael Stephen 149.323 Lulh David Eugene 149 Luther William Frank 149 l.utt Franklin I) Lux William David 311 128 biDJpE Lynch Kathleen Mane 269.307,220.128 Lyivi hael 234.267 I von Hruce William Lyons, James F Lyons. Michael Allan 169.71.192 Lyons. Thomas Howard 72 M Mc Andrews Michael R McAtee. Douglas F 312,128 Mc Atee Larry George 380 108 Mc Bride Dorothy Ann 149 305 Mc Bride. Mary Ellen 88 Mc Bride. Robert T Jr 88 380 Mc Bride. Thomas Patrick 128 Mc Cabe. Frances Lacrou 88 Mc Cabe. Sandra Lynn 108 McCance Karen Lvnn 149.274 Mc Carthy. Dennis Arthur 88.384 McCarthy. Kay Jacobsen 108 MrCaugmey. Lyle Robert 149 Mc Clain. George Foster 128 McClain Michael Drew 128 Mc Cool. Robert R McCoy. Robert Steven 149.310 McCroskey. William H McCulloch. James E 128 Mc Dermott Man Colleen 172.305.J73 McDowall. Douglas Joe 128 McDowell. John H 149.265.313 McDowell. Larrv Ray 311 128 Mc Dowell. Robert John 192 Mc Eldownev Margaret A 108 Mc Far land. Dennis C 192 McFarland. Gary Arlen McCaughey Kimm Gloria 149 McGill, Dolores Gertrude McGill Frances Cecelia 149 Mc Gill. Man K a uiervn 225.128 McGillivray Michael J 129 McGinty. Michael Eugene 340.262.317,108 Mc Gowan. Robert Paul 129 Mc Grain, Robert John Mc Grann. James Richard 149 Mc Greevy. Michael John 192 Mc Gregor Ronald Gene Mcllravy Kenneth C 163 108 Mc Lnemey. Dan Richard 129 Mr Intosh. Judith Ann 108 Mc lntyre. Monte David Mc Kav. Charlotte Ann 234 258 303 256 129 Mc Kay Norman Le Roy 149 Mc Keachie. Patricia 1 109 McKee Karen Marie 262 129 Mr Kee Kern Zelora 109 Mc Kenzic Dannv Joe 320 343.352 Mc Kenzie J Robert Mc Kinlev John Marshall 359.313.129.348 Mr Mahoil Dallon Edward 88 Mc Menamy. William Chris Mr Millan. Kathleen Kay 109 Mr Millen. Inland Ardell Mc Minemee Kathleen E 88.300 Mc Mul len. James Clinton Mc Namara. Joseph Edward Mc Nan. Robert Eugene 149 McNeil Marjone Ann H 76.184.185 McNeill. John Allen 88 McNutt, Patricia Eichman Mc Pherson, Dennis Craig 129 Mr Queen. Michael Donald 149 Mc Rae Kenneth John 129 Mc Reynolds. Michael 129 Ma. HwanTsuen278 Maas. David Ven Maas. Mary Carol Maas Walter. W Ma ch. Donald Thomas 320 128 • ■ v Charles Royce Mar Nally. Barbara Anne 297. 128 Mac Nally. David William 318 Maddox Carolyn Kav 149 Madsen Candvce Jean 149 299 Madsen Caren Mane 285 149 305 Madsen Fave Judith 109 Madsen Lee Roy 149 Madsen Muriel June 234.298 256 403 128 Madsen. Nancy Carol 128 Magedanz Charles H Magnuson Dean Milton Mahacek Jim Parsons 310 128 190 Mahacek Lvnetle Fulton 89 Mahan. Jeanetle Lvnn 254 302.109 317 109 Mahan Timnthv John 342 340 394 194 262 378.317 109 Maher Thomas M 291.251 128 Mahonev. Barbara K Paine Maier Gary James 149 Majewsky. Patricia Ann 89.178.186 Major James Elliot 275.128 Majusiak. Joseph William Maione Owen ft Maloney Patrick Thomas 197.319.128 Malsam Wendelin Mathew 149 Malthesen Robert A Malurhruk Mama Kay 298 275 109 425 426 Muph UlTJ Kl.ardl4» I jv,i1 runrne 149 wnlna Ann 258 149 25J 300 V ' .n 109 Manning David Lm Manning Jaj Paul bb Manning Jhn Mi.hael 316 Manniny Marion N mm 89 272.276 Manning 149 Man., lis .I. n Steven 149.209.313 Mannw Adih Mar.tunl James llurles 231 240,236 243. 108 Maresh James Everett 128 Mark I urlisl-eoTS . 138.312 128 Dnk Maruelle Rli luwd lamci w.iIiit . ' .304 Marsh Dennis Evere ' l 71 192 Marsh. Larry Francis 109 Marsh. 1-irn.i Lea 149 Martin. Craig [Van 149 Martin liaslsnn Diane 149 Martin Gene Leonard Martin K.ircn Louise 272 305.373 Martin Merrill Ann 171.89.186 Martin Terrs Edward 128 369 Martin, Thomas Earle 128 Martinson Hru.-e Vahre322 Martinson l-.rr Wayne 109 Martinson, Russell Vern 311 Mart. Andrea Lynn 128 Mart, Robert Arnold Martz. Karen Louise 128 .ill Susan 128 Masher Sharon Kay 149 Maske David Allen 89 Mason. Jack Davis 89 Mason. Linda Kaye89 Massa Pia Mane 251.109 Masters Robert n.iude 311.109 Malern. Michael Francis 320 Mates. John Gordon Jr. 109 Matbiaaoa, Margery Jean 128 Matins. Jerry Frank 128 Ma this. Larry Allen 149 Mathis. Wendy Johnson Mathison. Ronald Wayne 109 Mattern. Richard James 318 Mattson Jon Walter 271 Matuska Edgar William 128 Matz, Erick John Mat en Jerome Ernesl 382.109 Mauch, Linda Mae 391.233.255.305.109 Mason. Charles Mayer Robert Warren 291 Maine. Susan Elizabeth 284 Ma ' vnes. John Le Roy 194.311.193.295.109 Ma ' zdurek. Charles W 149 Mead. Barbara Jean 276.109.184 Mead Nancy Patricia Mead. Richard A Mead Richard Joseph 149.267 Meadows. Burdetle R Meals. Ronald Dean Medin. Douglas Lee Medin Virginia Peterson 89.181 Meeker. Le Ann Mae 129 Meeks. Carol Marie 149 Meeks, Donald Norman 76 Meesler. Barbara Beth 295.109.185 Mehlhaf. Betty Ann 129 Melbv, Karen Beatrice 258.236.302.270. 182.129 Melcher. Jerrv Eugene 308.35 Menke Lvnda Kay 265.301.109 Merhar Robert Brian 322.109 Merklev. David Frederick 89.177.340.262, 225 Merrigan. James Blair Memman. Gayle Ann 255.253.109 Mernman. Jerald Ray 149 Merrill. Donna Marie 89.236.298 Merrv, Ronald George Mertens, Roger Dean 380.109 Mertz Craig Michael 149 Meseck. Lawrence G Messersmith Christopher 149.256 MetcaU. Ilo R Metcalf, James Michael 248 Metcalf. Robert Wayne Metli Barbara A Taylor Metli. Michael Douglas Metzger. Arthur Harry Mever. Benjamin Charles 129 Meyer, Brian Boyd 192 Mever, Bruce Anthony Meyer. Elizabeth Jean 391.233.304.109. 184.185 Mever Jeanette Sue 149.302 Meyer Kamp Richard 89 382 Meyer, Nancye Jordan 129 Meyers, Mary Lynn 186.193.178 Michael. Karleen Strand 109.181.186 Michael. Vicki Rae 149 Michaels Robert Arlan 71,192 Michaelsen. Marv Michele 298.129 M ichaelsen, Susan Kay 149.299 Michailidis. Vasilios 89.278 Michailovits. Andv S 129 Michalek. James Norbert 347,129 Michels. Gertrude F Michels. Michael Ronald 89.393.384.389 Michels. Paul Stephen 149.319 CharleiJ 71.192 MtcJkelberf, Lam h. Mldwlaon Bam i rtc Mlesslson Edward Jay 291.278 ' ■ ' Mlkelaan Car) Ellll 129 Mlkkelaan Harold Erlan 164.149 Mil. tin Hoy I- Milburn ' ••! Ion H Miles Dennis Warren 129.348 MUM Richard Claii 310 129 Millar iu.1i tr, Hun. 149.268 Millar Thomas Allen 308.129 Mill. I Inn Marfan I 149.263 Miller I Vila Miller Clark David Miller Darvl Dean Jr 129 Miller. Donald La« I konna Lynn Miller I ...r ' BTl Miller Gary Lowell 89.109 Miller. James Cavert 89 Miller Jerome Frederick 311 Miller. Jerry Lee 397,379.388.109 Miller John Haburn 335.254 Miller John Walter Miller, l eslie Loren Miller. Marv Ann 109 Miller Merie Paul 89,323 Miller. Naomi Martin 129 Miller Randall Gene 312. 129 Miller Hi, hard Madden Miller Robert William 383 109 Miller. Rodnev James 320. Miller Ronald Joseph 254,192.109 Miller. Ronald Knox Miller William Richard 109 Miller. Winston Kerwood 109 Milliken. Calvin David Millman. Carolyn Ann 150,277 Mills Dennis Leon Mills, Mignon Lynn Mills. Russell Henrv 184 Millslead, Charlys Ayla 273,305.110 Milton. James Lee 150 M inard . Calvin Michael 1 10 Minelli. Louis Victor 149 Miner, Celia Fritts Mines. Elaine A Bailey Mines. Robert George Mink. Randall Richard 320.129 Minske. Ronald Emmett 224.190,110 Misterek. Geraldine Kay 285.150.300 Mitchell. David H 89.3:18.380.388.389 Mitchell. Paul Wilson Jr 149 Mitchell. Phyllis G Mlttelstadt. Donald C 110 Mjoen, Roger Wayne 150 Moberg. Dennis J Modlin Catherine Mae 150 Modlin. Jerry Gene 129 Moe. Nan cee Cay 300.129 Moeckly. Kirk Welby 318.1 10 Moehling. Bruce Craig 129 Moehrmg, Carl John 356,313,110.362.339, 358.354 Moen, David Harvey 150 Moffat. Barbara Rasche Moffat. Gene H Mogck. Barbara Jean 278.184 Mogck. Harlen Allen Mogck . Karen Irene 1 10 Mogen. Gene Philip 264.318.110 Mohn. Maynard Martin 71.192 Moisan, John George 1%233.382.110 Mojzik. Timothy John 340.262,129 Monitor. Deborah Ann 234.304.36.410.129 MoCoy. Harold Michael 110 Monfore. Larry L 76 Monfore, Marv Lou Monk. Cathy Louise 149 Montagne. Beverly Ann 150 Montgomery. Susan Muhmel 129 Montgomery. William Alan 110 Moore. Charles William 189 Moore. Craig Douglas 196,322.110 Moore. Dalene Harriet 150 .304 Moore. John Thomas 150.365 Moore. Kathrvn Ann 150 Moore. Robert Arthur 89. 160 Moore. Young III Moos. Richard E 76 Moran. Lynn Ann 258.254,301,182.129.186 Morehead. Pamela Ann 150 Morell. Robert Charles Morgan. David Frank 150 Morgan. Judd Craig Morgan. Kellogg William 89 Morgen. Peggy Ann 129 Morgen, Robert Herman 110 Moro. James Louis 89 Moro. Walter Dean 318.129 Morris. Robert Eugene 76 Morrison. Carol Lynn 285.307,129 Morrison. Rose Marie 150 Momssey. Timothy Jay Morrow. Donavon Eldred 150 Morse. Franklin Joseph 317.129 Morse. Mark. Steen 150.317 Morse. Thomas Le Roy 110 Mortenson, Jack Martin 150 Morton. Terry John 196.317,129 Mosey. Donald Alan 110 Moss. Frank James 150 Mostrom, Marcia Lvnn 285,265.264.306. 400.129 Motiff, James Peter Mousel, Patrick Leroy 150 Mouw, John Tret Mourn Judie Elaine Penelope 89 , M.inlvn Jean 150 Muerkr Roy Donald 150 Murhl. John Robatl no Mueller He., rl, 110 Mueller De Kite 150 Mueller Robert I lair 338 378.310.110 Moffat, Sonj.i Kav 129 Mulder Delmarfl 308.110 Mullallv, Robert T 129 Muliiri Thomas Stephen 291.150 Mullov Patricia Ann 150 Mundhenke William Dean 150.310.274 Mundt Curtis Wayne 129 Mundl Mat. Jan. Murder kalh.Tini ' Alvina 150 Mm l, Raymond Philip Mm n. in. Sharon Sue 182 129 Murphy, Alan Edward 150 Murphv ( ' h.irlcs Henry 150 Murphy, Daniel Grant 150.274 Murphv, Kathleen K Murphy, Patrick Michael 129 Murphy, Richard Dennis 150 Murphv. Robert Joseph 150 Murphy, Timothy Clair 150,317 Murray Bonnie Lou 150 Murray Bruce Allan 129 Murray. Patricia Ann 150,353 Murray, Philomena Murrav, Roger Franklin Mushr.i Mane Elizabeth 254.129 Mulschelknaus. Pamela S 274.129 Myers, Bertina Mildred 150 Myers. Gerald Kermit Myers, Jack Eugene Myers. Jeffrey Thomas 1M Myers. Lyle W 130 Myers. Lynn Keith 323.274.130.295 Myers, Michael Joseph 71 Myers. Nancy Lee 391. 299,238.191.110 Myers. Robert Kemp 73 Myers. Stephen Raymond 71 Myhren. Kathleen Ann 305. 1 10.373 Myron. Craig Woodrow 130 Myron. Gayle Lorayne 150 N Naber, Stephen Pope 322, 110 Nagel, Dennis William 371 Nagl. David Joseph 317 Naiman, Thomas Harry 195.310,110 Naranjo, Kathleen R Sass 277.130 Nashel, Manlu Ann Nassar, Michel Fouad Nasser. N Dean 150.315 Naylor. Dan Henry 1M Nearman. Kathleen Lynn 300.110 Nearman. Michael Brent 150 Nedved. Nancy Jo 150.299 Neilson. Charles Eugene 320.130 Nellis, Steven Eugene 130 Nelsen. Deborah Dianne 254.300.130 Nelsen. Nancy Jean, 1M.182 Nelson. Andrea Phyllis 89 Nelson, Carol Ann 130,404 Nelson, Connie Jean 89,253 Nelson, Darryl Eugene 110 Nelson, Dean Allen 150 Nelson, David Earl 110 Nelson. Deane Dale Nelson. Don Albert 320,130,295 Nelson, Dianne Kay 258.236.150 Nelson. Donald Eugene Nelson, Dorothy Mane Nelson. Eleanor Louise 150 .Nelson, James Peter 150 Nelson. Judith Katherine 130.181 Nelson, Julie Ann 110 Nelson. Larry Edward 89.181 Nelson. Marguerite Jo 150 Nelson. Mary Adel 130 Nelson. Michael Earl Nelson, Milton Earnest 150,317 Nelson. Odell Dently Nelson. Paul Dean 130 Nelson, Paul H 309 Nelson, Robert David 150 Nelson. Ruby Heinemann Nelson, Sandra Jean 303.1 10 Nelson, William Robert 73 Nemmers, Mary Celeste 110 Nenaber. Michael Ernest 195.309,110 Neppel, Craig Gary 150 Nepper. Allen Kent 171.251.268,110 Nesset, Jane Frances 166.260.130,182 Neu. Norman Dean 73 Neufeld. Julia Rae Neugebauer. Ruth Elaine Neuharth. Dorothy Jane 130.295 Neuschwander. Karen Ann 1M Nevill. Loren C 1M Newbold. Donald Lee 89.130 Newbold. Le Roy Jennings Newman. Ronald Charles Newman. William Ross 150 Nicholas, George Alfred 150 Nichols. M Eugene 76 Nicholson. Charles Clayt Nick. ih sen Gary James 275. IM Nlcolay. Jerome Anthony Niedert, Katherine Ann 89.301 Nielsen, Cynthia Gayle 164,150 Nielsen. Dennis Alan Nielsen. Judith Diane 306 130 Nielsen Kathy Jan.- 258.150.373 Nielsen. Nellie llerm..- Nielson, tieoti ' . I Niemi, Jon Mathew 77 Niemoller. Frances M... Nlkodvm. Richard Emll Nltz. John I ..r Ion NLXOn Carol Ann 276, IM NixotO Karl Clark 110 Nnon, James Earl 289.90,177.342.340, 179. 262316,247 Nixon, Virginia Crane K Noble, Harvard Newton Norby. Gerald Allen IM N,,r, I Allen Evans 318.IM Nord, Stephen Charles 90 Nordlund. Dennis Marvin Noting, Richard Lee 150 Norman. Nancy Ann 90,299,295 Norman, Paul Richard 90.318.38.1,388 ,389 Norstrom. Madlynn Mary Northcott. Gordon Bruce 249.246.110 Norton, Joseph James Noske. Paul E 253 Noteboom. Dennis lee 73 Noteboom. Thomas Noteboom Wendell 90.184 Noyes. Mary Ann 253. IM Noyes. Paul Edward Nusz. Judith Ann 90 Nutter, Jane Ann 272. IM Nygaard. Gerald Fredrick Nygaard, Lois Ashmore Nylund. John Keith 73 OBnen, Patrick Joseph 291.150.269,312 O Bryan, Edward Dean 150 OConnell, Michael F 319 Connell. Patricia A Connor, Daniel Howard IM Connor. Julia G OConnor, Martin Lanning 71.347.192 Connor. Michael L IM OConnor. Rosemane L 110 O Day. Kenneth Laveme 150 O Donnell. Terry Allen 90.383,389 Halloran. Terry George 329.1M OHara. Michael John O Keefe. Robert Edward 308. IM Keefe. William John 150.309 OMeara, John Michael 151 Meara. Joseph Francis 151 O Nell, Michael Leo Odell. Johnnie Jay 383.111.181 Oden, Gregg Clifford IM Odney. John Richard Odom. Dennis Coy 150 Odson, Ronald Urban 246,111 Ofstenage. Bernard Oris 190.111 Ofstehage. Mary Annette 224.191.190 Ogborn. Michael James 197,312, IM Ogborn. Robert Murray Ogle. James Thomas IM Ohlendorf. Daniel B 150 Okone, Ude Agu 1M.278 Olawsky. Sharon Lea Oldsen, Craig Darrell 150 Oleson, Fred Wayne 394.379,111 Olhausen. Lyle Eugene IM Olinger, Karen Ann 150,305 Olinger. Ronald Dean 90.393.268.392.312. 383.389 Oliver. Bette Jean 273.276.302.183.111 Oliver. John Keith 150 Olmstead. Gerald S Olsen. Arthur Mark IM Olsen, Colin Douglas Olsen. David M Olson, Brenda Josephine 130 Olson. Curtis Junell Olson. David Joseph 265.309 Olson. David Matthew 150.313 Olson. David S 77 Olson. David Robert Olson, Deborah Ann IM Olson, Dennis Edward 151 Olson. Dennis Floyd 73 Olson. Donald Dean Olson. Donald Eugene HI Olson. Elaine Clare Olson, Erlan Millard Olson, Eva Jean 299 Olson, Gary Lee Olson. James Douglas Olson. James Wells 90 Olson, Karen Joanne418.264.302.lll Olson, Karen Lea 151 Olson. Lennart Carl Jr IM Olson, Mark Steven IM Olson, Mary Carolyn 90.M1 .225. 191 . 178 Olson. Marv Margaret, 178 Olson. Stevan Kent 1M.183 Olthoff . Pamela Ann IM Oilman. Robert Eugene 151.312 Oltmans. Gary Alvin 311.183.111 Onken, Dennis Dale Onwuchekwa. Sonny Oji 160.278. IM Oostemnk. Nelson Opbeim. Judith Anne 304 Opbeim. Roger Bernard Oppedahl, Pamela Kay 151 Ordinacbev, Diane 151.225 Orlob, Christine Johanna Ortiz. Manuel John Ortman. Charles Eugene 151.319 Osberg. Bernard Lyle 151 Osborn. Douglas Glenn 151 Osborne Allen Roger Osborne Cynthia Louise 130 Osmanson. Fern Osier. Henry Arthur 111 Oster Katherine Eva 151.161 Osthus. Gordon Eugene 291.388.389 Osthus. Larry Rnl.ind Osthus. Ronald Dean HI Ostlie, I ' aul Meredith 130 Ostrander Ivan J Otl. Sandra Sue 302 130 Oursland. John Edward 130 Overby. Judith Ruth 151 Overpeck. Lizabelh 391.233.392 265.264. 193.305.416.111 Owen. Park Tillman 151 .309 Owens. Raymond John 274 131 Pace. Pamela Saaron 131 Palm James Roger 151 Palm. Kenneth Leroy 131 Palmer. Evelyn ( ' Palmer Rodney James 90 Pankonin, John Charles 164.151.225 I ' Theodore N Parezo. Lome Anne Parish. Daniel Martin 151 Park Jung Ja 77 Parker. Je(( Grant 1 1 1 .350 348 Parker. Richard Adkins Parks. Charles L 90 Parks. Susan Lynne Parliman Thomas W 311.131 Parmely Vickie Lee 151 Parry. Rodney Russell 73 Parsons. Danny Lvle 131 Parsons. Jay WarTen 382. 11 1 Parsons. Jean Diane Parsons. Joseph Allen 111 354 Pascoe. Edward Rudolph 131 Pashby. Garv John 192 Patrick. Brian Keith 151 Patten. James Reid 131 Patterson. Donna Jean 251 131.182 Patterson. Jean Mildred 151 Patterson. Marvin K 336,335 Paulson. Jay V 292 Paulson. Judi 267 Paulson. Thomas Carl Payne. Teresa Ellen 151.353.299 Pearsall. Nancy Lee 254 307 131 Pearson. Karla Kay 297.131 Pearson Robert Charles 90.188 Pearson. Vicki Marjone 151.263 Peat. Bruce G 77 Peal. Donna McCulloch Pecaut. Patricia Lea 151 Pedersen. Virginia Mae 90.161 Pederson. Lennis Dean 131 Peer. Dennis Melvin Pelley. Dennis Lee 225.183 190 Pelton Charles Leonard Penn. Robert Lee 151.277 Penniman, Terry Le Roy Penning. Roger Lee Peppmuller William H 131 Perkins Katherine 131.265 305.261 Perrenoud. Mary Ellen 297.278.131 Perron William Patrick 192 Perry. Edward W Peshek. David Joseph Pelerka Dennis George 131 Peters. Larry Dean Peters. Larry Le 151 Peters Ronald Ray 111 Petersen. Jill Helen 304.1 II Petersen. Larry James Petersen. Linda Jean 151 Petersen. Lvle Wayne 151 Petersen. Mary Joan 90 Peterson. Bruce Edgar 151.319 Peterson. Carl John Jr 90 378 Peterson. Darlene L 151 Peterson. Dennis Gene 131 Peterson. Duane Norman W 151 Peterson. EmileG 111 Peterson. Helen Jane 151.353 Peterson, Howard Glen Peterson. Janice Darlene 151.307 263 Peterson. Jeffrey Lee 338 310.274.131 Peterson. Kenny Matt 268 320.183.111 Peterson. Lawrence F 274.131 Peterson, Linda Mane 151 Peterson. Lindy Lou 151 Peterson. Lloyd James 151 Peterson. Loren W Peterson. Marilyn Joy 97 151.301 Peterson. Morris Kay 1 1 1 Peterson. Myron Boyd Peterson Randolph S Peterson. Richard Dwaine 111 Peterson. Ronald Lee 151 Peterson. Terry R 77 Peterson. Vernon Leroy 151.310.238 Peterson. Willard Moody 151.319 Pettengill Jon Jav 233.218.318.131 Pettersen Magnhild A 22.23 406 111 Pfeifer. Thomas Andrew 131 Pheifer Terrence Albert 73 Phelan. Michael Edward Phelan. Paul P Phelps. William Asa Phillips. Elizabeth A 73 Phillips. Frederick C 320.111 Picht. Ronald Orvis 310.131 Pickard Teryl Gaylene 90.255.185 Piepluw Michael Flinn 26 318.193 Piearson. Garold Raymond 151 Pierce. Patricia Ann 151 Pierson, Dennis Ray 90 Pierson. Robert Le Roy 77 PieU. Ronald Clifford Pilgrim, Dennis Lynn Pi Hard. Carl John 90 l ' inn« ' DettM I ' I ' mney, Larry Dean 291. 151.311.274 Pirmanlgen. Elizabeth A 131 Pitkin. Tony Ray 77 Plagman. Linda Mane 131 Ploeger Richard Arthur 77 Plummcr Noel W.ird 131.111 Plummer, Stephen Baird 313 Poelstra, Priscilla Jean 253.131 Point Sandra Jean 151.305 Pokela A Thomas Polcyn. Gerald M Polyakov. Ivan A Pontius. Louise Edith 90. 186 Poo ley. James Gene 380 III Poppe. Michael Gene 380.320.111 Porter. Carol Irene 90.131 Porter. Craig Dennis Porter, Mark Leslie 151 Porter. Janice Sebesta Porter Robert Lieb 151 317 Poth. Gwendolyn Scott 391 .193 Potter. David Loche 131 Poller. Donald Ray Poller. Nancv Louise 111 Poulisse. JeannelteJ 272,151.275 Powell. Kay Jean Powell. Lino.. 1 Powell. Richard Glenn 1 11 184 Powell. Sharon Lee 166.234.264,299.131 Prather. William Ernest 151 1 ' rann. Wilbur Earl 131 Pratt. Jerry Junior Pratt Margaret Ann 160.131 Pratt. Nancy Ann Pratl. Patricia Dutcher 90 Pratt. Robert Dean 90.209 Pratl. Robert James Preshcka. MaryC 131 Prestbo. Terran Alton 131 Preston, Larry Allen 151 Preszler. Linda Joyce 151 Preszler. Nancy Le 391. 220.111 Prewitt Katherine M Pnce, Amy Louise Priest. John Robert 151,311.274 Prink. Gary Allen 292.356 318.131.363.354 Prins. Rosemary Sue 151 Pntchard, Carol Jean 90.304 Proffltt. Anita J 77 Prominski. Edmond H Proscb. Allen Lyle 151 Prosch. Beverly Sue 151 Pulfrey. Dana Lee 111.369 Pulscher, Robert William 151 Purlell. Susan Marie 277,131 l utnam. Wesley Duane Putz. Paul Martin 131 Q Quainuinie JotanC 320.321.131 Qualset. Richard Herbert 131 Quam. Judy Solberg 91 Ouinn Jimmv Austin 151 Quinn, Mary Palicia 307,131 Quinn Patrick James 151.269,264,323.270 (Junta Kitty Moll R Raab. Shirley Jean 187 Radack Jerome Dennis Radeke Don Edward 318 Radigan. Jeffrey Thomas 131 Radosti Susan Faye 297,131 Ragels Larry Allen 269,319.131 Ralph Charles Bradshaw Ramey Terrill Wayne 111 Ramynke. Sandra Helen 131.369 Randall Janet Lee Raphael. Victor G Jr 251394 269.268 382.183.111 Rapp Larry Lloyd 73 Rasmussen. Harriet L 131 Rasmussen. L Dean 151 Rasmussen. Robert S 91 190 Raszkowski. Robert Reed Rausch. Wayne Lester Rauscher. Dennis Lee 151 Ravnsborg. Jerry Kermil 188 379.131 Ravnsborg. Richard R 91 Rawe. Charles Maunce 131.183 Rawe Raymond Pearsoo 1 1 1 Ray. Patricia Mane 275.297 277 402.111 Ray. Paul S 77 Raybum. Robert Corbelt 166.190 Reagan. Susan Genevieve 130 Reding Nancy Kay 151 302 Redlin. Diane Leslie 151 Redman Rene Emelu 91 Reed. Gary Alan 131 Reed. Joseph (ondron Jr Reedy Roberta Helen 273.2SS.254 308.111 Reemts. David Michael 151 Rees. Ida Mae Rehorsl Thomas Le 91.189.3 4.389 Reichelt. Janet Leann 91 . 1 1 1 Keichert. Randolph Roy 112 Reid. Thomas J 91 Rciff Urry Lee 152 Reimer David Leon 380,271.183 112 Reimer Gary Edward 152 Reiners James Andrew 152 Relate, Kenneth Roger 152 itriUT Darwin ( Reiter, Kenneth Edward Remington. William M 132 Rempp Wayne Philip 132 Rennets. Carolyn Marie 251 .277 112.186 Rosier Ronald David 91 Reul, Robin Jane Reyelts. Lynn Monroe 309 Reynolds. Deborah Ann 152 Reynolds. James Robert 73 Rezac. Martin Henry 152 Rezallo. Brian John 340.133 Reznicek. Don L Rhoades. Cheryl Ann 152.277 Rhodes Linda Jane Rice. Donald Stephen 133 Rice. Martha Gayle 132 Rich Gregory Lewis 132 Rich. Laurie Mae Wilson Rich Michael Whitmore 323 Rich. Roberts Jr 112 Rich Ruth Ann 132 Richards. Thomas Jeffrey 152 Richardson. George E Jr 152 Richter. Gary L Richter. Leonard A 264.254 Richler. Vonnie Joan 152.299 Rick. Knberl John 251 Rickord William F Ridgway, Linda Mane 132.263 Riecke Edgar Em k Riecke. Lynn Olson 91 Riehl Jean Diane 306.112 Rierson. Robert Dean Ries. Dennis Dean 274,132 Rietz. Robert Roy 323 Riffle, Robin Gordon 152 Rikansrud, Douglas E 132 Riley Marvin Dean Rinker David Waller 275 Rippentrop. Joyce Jean Rut Boyd Cliflon 268.264,183.112 Risl. Marvin G Rist. Patricia L Risty. Norris Goodman 91 Ritchie, Rodger Kyle Riter. Robert Carl 152.269 Rizk. Jameley Ann 261.132 Roark. Sheila Le 301,112 Robbennoll. James Clair 267.318.132 Roberts. Cann Joy 132.263 Roberts. James Francis 152.318 Roberts. Lans Welden 340 262.112 Roberts. Thomas Raymond 318.132 Robinson. Mart Boyce 133.184.185 Robinson. Pamela Kay 132 Robinson. Patricia J Robinson. Rowland Lee 132 Rock. Linda Kay 112 Roehr Ronald King 152.311 Roesler. Paul Alfred 91.316.371 Rogers. James Edward 91 Roggow. Darlis Anna 112 Rogosch. Karl A Rohrig. Janice Kay 152 Rolf s. Joan Alberta Rollo Cynthea Marie 225 191.112 R..mereim. Carol Lee 288 91.272 l(..mkema. Fred W 132 Rona Jacqueline Maidy Ronge Margaret Dorothy 274.132 Roozen. Kenneth James Rose Charles Ramon 268 193 Rose. Jeffrey Dean 311.132 Rose. Linda Jean 280.132 Roskens. Dan Dean 152 Roskens. Roger Claire 152 Rossio. James Joseph Rosl. Patrick Martin Roth. David George 152 K,.th George Clark Jr 73 Roth. Geraldine Ann 152 Knth Jams Fay 132 Knihvnhergcr (,.ir I. 269.318.132 Rothfork Sandra Ji | Roush Margaret Lorene 299.133 Rova Nestor E Rowatl. Robert J Rowen Bruce Nathan Jr 132 Rowenhorst. Eugene Dale 91 Rowenhorst James Allen 152 Rozell, John Charles 91 378.310 Rorum Mar Teresa 296 112 Ruark. Vincent Mai 269 .112.369 Rubida Lana Jo 296 132.191 Ruby (aria Diane 132 Rudd Edwin I Jr Rudolph Stephen Edward 71.192 Ruger John Theodore Ruhr Patrick Michael Ruiter Larry Dean 320,321 Runholt. Susan Anita 152 Runner Roy ce Ray Run. an Carol L Curtis 112 Runyan George l. 112 Rupiper Janice Ann 132 Ruppell Shirley Ann 152 Rusrh rthur Leo 168.251 3S4.J83.II2 Rush William Albert 152 Russell Charles Robert 91 Russell David Paul Russell. Kirk Peyton 131 Rutter Kenneth James Ryan. James Joseph 183.1 12. 161. 188 Ryan. Kathleen Andrea 152.353 Ryan. Patrick Timothv Rye. Robert Joseph 382 316.112 Rvger Ada M Rylance. Raymond Dean 91 336.335 195 Rypkema Donovan D 152.312 Rypkema. Mary Mildred 132 Saas. Vicki Madlyn 152 3ui Sabers Kenneth Edward 132.190 Salford Kathrvn I. vnne 274.132 Sage. Doyle Lee 132 Sage. Royle Dee 152.319 S.ihli r rank Thomas 132 Salcbert Rh hard l. ale 152 itrick lav JohnR Salle . Stella Joy 77 Samp Kollyn H Sjmrjh Mohammed Y H 77.278 Samuelson. Donald Milton 188.112 Samuelson. Sheryl Ann 152.225 Sand. Brian Jonathan 152 Sandberg, Dwayne Harold 152 Sande Kermil Andrew Sander, Paul Howard 189 132 Sanders Anne Louise Sanders Michael Allan Sanderson. Judith Anne 91 Sandlort. John W Sandness William John 152.256 Sass. Ronald Clifford 308,1 12 Sasse. Sand Lynne 152 v.uef Katherine Alice 91.305 Saukerson. Wayne Leroy 164,152319 Sawin Kathleen E 132 Sawyer, Leslie D Ell 296 132 Saylor. Charles Barber 152,312 Saylor Game Le 152 Saylor. Mary Dian 391,160.307.112.184 Saylor. Richard Lantz 112 Sayncr. Carolvn 277 Sayner Richard Brian 384 1 12 Scamcll. Mary Lee Scarmon. Dee Driver Scarmon. George Michael Scarmon. Michael H 112 Schaefer. Carolyn Kay 91 .225 Schaefer. Daniel Evert 91 Schafer Roger Leo 152 Schaller. James Francis 317 Schamber. Norma Jean Schammel. Jerome Francis 152 Srharff. James Richard Siharnberg JilIK 132 Schaunaman. Georg S 152 Scheafer. Charles 192 Scbeier Michael Joseph Scheller. Donald Martin 91 S heller Joe Keith 132 Scbempp Donald Le 152 Schenck Beverly Jane 152 Srhempp. Shirley Jean 112 Schenk Janet Ann 160.305 112 Schenegge Karen Fay Scherschhgt. Dale E Scherubel. Gary Allen 112 Scheuring Ann Marie 191 1 12 S heuring. Dorothy M Scheuring EdmondJ 152 Srhvunng. Nicholas J Jr 112 Schiller Paul Kurt 234.236 243.381 .112 S.-hipper. I.lovd Allen 133 s.rnrbvr Michael N 91.268.253 S hl.idweiler Dennis Le 132 Sehleve Marshall Rodney 164.132 s.hlirht . Joseph John 152 Schliessmann John E 91 188 Srhlimgcn Michael C 152 307 Vhmvlz. Rvan Perry 331 395 268.262 381 318.112 S. hmid " Ijrry rt-nel52 Schmidt Dennis Merlyn Schmidt Frances Ann 255 258.307.277 225 132 1; Kendall August 112 Schmidt. Remhard i tu- s,1unidl Roger Willis 380 316.112,371 Srhmilh ( .irolynD Srhnabvl Dennis Aaron 190 S hneidvr Richard Lee 395,194,381,112 Schneider Shirley Marie 152 Srhncll Charles Bruce Schnell. Lois Ann 268.253 132.183 Si hnennger Gregory ■ rrj 152 | A 152 Schoeman Bruce Allen 291 152 Schornhard Don Le J95 382.113 Schnenhard Nancy W Schoep Robert Leon 113 Harry Lvrm Schollen. Marvin M Srholz Margaret Louis 133 Scbon. Barbara Jo 152 Schoon Carolines Schoultv William Robert 152 krag. Lam James 91 . KeedOI n91 Schrag Sharon Lee Marie 91 Sen order Elizabeth Ann 220 113 Schroeder James Michael 427 428 •Oat ljuren Alfred s.hrurder Hi.hard LroI74.IIJ S,hr,«rdrr William II... ,.r i " harks IVter 71 I u,li h s.hurlk.- Hekn Jane 251.273.152 306 Schwtt harl " s.nuh Merlin DuanryJIM Si -hum Kobrt s.hulk.- i. .in l arl 397.92 39S.I8VJS3 s. hulk. Jo Wcdm 92 s. hull.-r Linda Ann 152 S. hull KumcII Everett Sihulll Virki l.ynn 133 S4-hum.irh.-r Su -.n .lean 152.297 Schumacher Warren Gale S.hulll.-r Hevmildl ' Jr 379.113 Arden John 113 S timuli , l-ron Edward 73 S.-hw..ruwald Jon Oscar 133 Schwan. Jeanelte Kenac 152 Schwart Karen Josephine 276.225.133 Schawl Wendell Kay 92 Schwiesow. Terrence be 152 ScoUoa, l.vk Edward S.,itl Daniel I-ee 152.308 Sum David Mien 308.133 ■ nald Eugene Scott. James Kranklin 152.113 Scott. Jane Evelyn 306 Scott. John Stephen 71 Scott Marsha Jo 113 Man Ulen 297.113 Scott. Millicent Louise Scott. Paula Kay 113 Scnbmer. Bruce Eugene 268.265.133 Scroggs. Joan M Smllv Jean Eliiabeth 302.133 Seager Nancy Jo 23 172,92 2S5.273.409. 302 Sears. John Douglas 371.370 Seaver. Allan Ward 90.188 Sebring. Sharon Ann 92.272,274 SedersUom. Charles V Seeley. Gregory Eugene 395.133 Seeley. Robert Lloyd 189.380,113 Seeman. Darrell Ervin 92 Seft. Nancy W 133 Sell Robert Michael 123 Segelke. Janet Faye 152 Seipp Neal Francis Selken. Katherine Marie 133 Sell. Janice Arhne 153 Senner. Maureen Kay 113 Settle. Randolph Chester 340.347.133.365 Settje. Terry Steven 153.262 Selzler. Lorraine D 225 Severson. Bennett James 92 Severson. David Lowell 152 Severson. Donald Henry Severson, Philip Alden Sexauer. Thomas Jeffery Sexton, Carolyn Ruth 254.302.133.182 Seyedin. Mir Nassood Seymour. Linda Louise 278.133.183 Shabino, Beverly Ann 373 Shaeffer. John List 133 Shama. Sandra Rose 133 Shanahan. William James 73 Shanks. Janice Marie Shannon. Charles H Shannon. Robert Wayne Sharp. Alice Ruth 153 Sharpies. Douglas Paul Sharpies. Judith C Wood Shaw. Craig William 153 Sheffield. Kenneth Dale 153 Shelby. Thomas Walter 71.192 SheUen. Richard Maxime Shepard. Sarah Ann 113 Shepherd, Susan Teresa 153 Sherwood, Robert Paul 289.153 Shevlin. Glenn W 356 Shields. William Harold 153.310 Shkurensky. Julius Snoop Donald Hill 133 Shortbull. Thomas Henry 277 Shortenhaus. Harold R 113 Shouse. Thomas Robert Shreves, Patricia Anne Shull Michael Larrv 310,113 Siegenthaler . Karen Sue 274.133 Sieh.. Thomas William 323.133 Sigler. Yvonne Melanie 153.267.302 Sigurdson, Karen Ann 133 Silen, Myrna Bemice 258.296,133 Silvemail. Kenneth Lee 92.381 Simkins. Merlyn Leland 92 Simko. John Elmer 192 Sister. Marcene Immel Siverson. Lo Ann Kay 113 Smith. Patrick William Siverts. Gary Leslie 113 Skaliskv. Glen William 113 Skogen. Gary Eugene 153 Skoglund, James Henry 92 Skorpik. Rodney Carl 1 13 Skrdla. Shirley Ann Slagle. Charles Francis 92.185 Slagle. Phillip Jay Slattery. James Leonard 92 Slattery. Margaret R 274.113 Slattery. Mary Threasa 153 Slatterv. Richard Andrew 347.153.312.365 Slavik. George John Sletten. Paul Melvin Sletto. Betty Ann 153 Slotskv. Fred Allen Slott. Robert Willis 153.311.274 ' f-r.Hiir Brmard 113 si, ■ im W l« 9) William Merrill 164. 165.30B.11J • SmebakkenlesllJanelk 419.267.107.193. 113 Smit. Keith Roger 192 Smil Sandra K.iv I74.J06.I84.178 Smith. AniU H , Smith i athrnm- Honim Smith Daniel Hollls Smith David Uiwn-nce 153 Smith, Dawn A Smith Edmund KcaUng 189 Smith. Gary B Smith. Henry Albert III 92,381 Smith. James Richard Smith Jane Vincent 92.180 Smith Kenneth Wayne Smith l-.urence Henry Smith, la-onard M 251 Smith 1-orrtLi Sorum92 Smith Marshall Randolph 133 Smith. Merlin Max Smith, Morgan Teddy Jr Smith. Nancy Kay 303.113 Smith Patricia Diane 153 Smith. Patrick 308 Smith Peggy Ann 92 Smith Penelope Nelson 133 Smith. Richard Bruce 153 Smith, Richard John Smith. Roger Dale Smith. Sandra Jo 234.298,133 Smith. Scoll Winsl.iw 153 Smith. Senate Walter Smith. Sharon Kay 251.133 Smith. Steve Dewane 153 Smith. Terence Herbert 133 Smith. Teresa Lynn 301.133 Smith, Thomas Francis 169.77 Smith. Thomas Fredrick Smith. Vernon Ray 153.308 Smithlin. Pamela June 113 Smyser. Ma garet Louise Snedigar, Linda Mae 133 Snover. Paige Muriel 268.133 Snow. Michael Craig 153.369 Snyder. Agnes Elizabeth Snyder. Carolyn 153 Snyder. Darrell Michael 153 Snyder. Patricia Jane 277 . 1 33 Solem. Marilyn Joyce 92 Solem. Steven Larry 153.317 Solger. Charles Elbert 1 13 n ilk, i Stanley S Solum. Steve Jeffrey 113 Sommervold. Manlyn J Sonnenberg. Doyle Albert 291.340.349,262. 113.348,352 Sorensen. Beraita Kay Sorensen. James Merlin Sorensen. Karen Ester 272.113 Sorensen. Paul Douglas 113 Sorensen. Susan Kaye 153 Sosey. Walter Kern 73 Souhrada. Gary Glenn Soulek, Regina Marie 258.153.287,307.270 Soulek. Ron James Southmayd. Roger Dean 338 Spaar. Barbara Jo 153,353 Spars. Bruce Lome 133 Spartz. James Nicholas Speckels. Larry Owen 289, 179.254.262 Specker. Kathryn Jean 302. Speckhart. Mary L Spencer, Joseph N m 71 Spencer, Mary EUwein Speraw, Eugene C Sperlich, Gail John 153.275 Sperry. Steve Craig 153 Simon. David Allan 113 Simon. Steve Alan 133 Simpson. Paul Michael 133 Simpson. Wallace Arthur Singer. Robert Harold 133 Singsaas. Michael Wayne Sinkevich, Merna Lou Sip. Connie Marie Sister M A Eisenmenger Spomer. James Larry 153 Spong, Patricia K Matz Spradung. James X W. Sprecher. James Patrick 238 Sprecher. John Philip Springer, David Virgil 153.317 Springer. John Glover Jr 379.313,113 Springer, Linda Louise Springer, Susan Elaine 307 Srs. Jo Ann Dorothy Srstka. Katherine Ann Srstka. William J Jr Stach. Gregory Thomas 153 Stalheim. Alan Jerard 73 Starom, Barbara Jean 234,252.302.385.133 Stamman, Gary Clinton Stamper. Rodney Edmund 133 Stands. William Winford 153,277 Stark. Wayne Arthur Starke. Kathryn B 185 Starr. Robert Ingersoll 153 Stauch. Douglas Martin 73 Stauch. Polley 258.264.306.385.133 Staudenmaier, William H Staufer. Jane Rae 153 Stavig. Russell Richard 153.319 Steckelberg. David Owen 189,271.105 Steckler. Douglas M 153 ... Iaull02 Sli-rlr Donna I ee 133 SI.-.I. 1- red William 77 Steele, Jack Wareing 92 Stall , Philip James 151 Sl.-hl, Theodore Wilham73 hiiw ii , lata stein Paul Leo 153 l, Polly N 153.296 Stekl. Sharon Lynn 133 st.-klv John Frank Sl.-lj.-r Tarry Wayne 153 Slengle John Michael 153,310.274 Linda Rae Slensaas, Donald K Slensland. Vernon Hans 73 Stephens. Edmond jt Roy 382. 134.190 Stephens. James Mark 153 Stephens, Hobert la Stephens. Terry Kent Stephenson. Gary Mills 73 Stephenson, Mary Kay 153 Sterling, Howard Fred 161 Stern. Evelyn Jean 103 Stemquisl, John Charles 291, 153.312 Stevens, Donald Orlando Stevens. Linda Kay 134 Stevens. Terry 323 Stewart. Douglas Allan 92.331 Stewart. Paul Paden Jr Suckle. William Bennet Stiles. Randolph Francis 92.251 Stille. Larry Lee Stille. Steven Whitney 134.354 Stimpson. Ronald Dale 331.262 Stine, Jon Henry Stockflelh. Dale Edward 114 Stocks, Steven Craig 313.134 Stoeckmann. James Arthur 77 Stoefen. Sandra Deann 133 Stoltz. Charles Roger Stolz. James William 153 Stone. Joan R Stone. RickConley90 Stone. William R Jr Stonebarger. Janet Lea 93.302 Stonebarger, Milton D Stoner, Mary Christine 258,298. 134 Stoner, Nancy Ann 153 Storbeck. John Dwight Storms. Thomas John 153 Storsteen. John Allan 382,114 Stotz. Holly Breen 93 Stover, Harrison Edward 153 Strand. Elona Sylvia 114.186 Strand, Heloise Cynthia 153 Strand, Juhanne 153 Strand. Ray Douglas 194.114.211 Strandell, George S 254,133 Straney. Gerald Robert 134,190 Stransky. Judith Michele 307,1 14 Stratton, Barry Leroy 153.274 Stratton. Darlene Faye 153,302 Stratton. Duane Kirk Strawn. Vicki Lee 153 Strawn, Wynona Lee 134 Strecker. Linda Mae 134 Streff. Mary Ann 92 Strieker, Steven Gail 153 Stnepe. James Lee Roy 133 Stromberg. Rodney Ryan 153,365 Stromer, Milton Carl 153 Strommen, Kim David 312.134 Strunk Gene Allan 153 Stuart, Brian James 93 Stuart, Lyle Dean 340,134.364.354 Stuemke. Charles Richard 153 Stumer. Carryn Leile 164.157 S tupey. Karen Elsie 134 Sullivan, Dennis Michael 154 Sullivan, Diane Lynn 154,301 Sullivan. Ronald Paul 313.134.371 Sullivan. Thomas Peter 231 ,246 Sullivan, Timothy Joseph 317,114.371 Summy. Dwight Davis Jr 93.369 Sun. James William Sundall. Herbert Charles 291. 134. 183 Sundberg, Paul Edwin 380,313,114 Sunderland, Leslie E Sum! void. Glenn E Sung. Yu Suter. Daniel Charles 155.317 Svalstad, Curtis Dean 93,249.190 Swane. Barbara Ann 154 Swanson, Arvid Joel 134 Swanson. Edward Francis 114 Swanson. J Arnold Swanson. James Edwin 190.114 Swanson. Lee Ann 114 Swanson, Lon Keith 236,243,134 Swanson. Mark Emory 383 Swart. Sandra Kay 114 Swartzbaugh. Craig Allen 154.320 Sweeley. Maynard Earl 93 Swensen, Terry G 154,311 Swenson. Gary Robert 134.190 Swenson, Gregory Kent 134 Swenson, Mary Margaret 154.253.303.274 Sweum. Howard Duane 154 Swiden. Linda Ellen 154 Swoyer. Jem Lyn 114 Sylliaasen. Jeffrey Lee 154 Sztendera. Lawanda Moody 185.134 Szymanski, Mary Claire Szypulski, Edmund Steven 291,93.114 T Tabor. Leonard Gamer II 77.312 radlOCJ Carol Mae 93 hatlnvn Dorothy 134 kM l- lward 154 Tarn. « 154 , William Ralph 134 Stephan John 134 in.- Ann 234.298 .lay Henry 93 I ,li|i..n In I .illlllir 134 Tappr. ! ■ ■ Allen 192.271 Tauter Katherine Ann 234.134,305.132.185 T.iuln-r Virginia Adams 154 l,ivl,„ I h.-rvl Joan 134 r ..vlur Darrel Ray 154.385 Taylor Douglas laiwell 134.190 WiiihimG Jr 243,380,114 Tedrow, Douglas Merle 93 395.382.271,114 Tiilrnw H,,ii.iI.H..-i»- 189,378 Rotn-rt Jon 313.134 Terry. Charles E Jr 395.309.383 114 Tcscn. James Harry 154 Tesdall. Gregory B 319 Teul. Dcane Donald 134 I, -,it Garj ■ l,,nn inn 271.114 Teut. Oran Ralph Thee ler. John Steven 177.395.378.318,114. 360.359.354 Thelen, (.. -lai.lin.- rm M3II4 Thielmann. Vernon James Thierstein, William Ray 192 Thoene, Cynthia Jean 258.154.302.225 Thomas. Jimmie Joe 93.271 Thomas, Thomas Lee 291 . 1 34 Thomas, William Lee Thompson. Barry Stanley 154,312 Thompson, Charles Murray 71.192 Thompson, Christine Kay 134 Thompson, Denis Edward 154 Thompson, Donald Odeen 134.190 Thompson, Gerald Eugene Thompson. Jams Grace 154.263 Thompson. Jean Lee 93 Thompson. John James 134 Thompson, Orvin David 154.225 Thompson, Paul James 347.154 Thompson. Rick Allen 93 Thompson. Robert W Jr Thomson, James Michael 93,188.271 Thomson. Leo Edward Thomson. Richard Lee 320,321.225.114 Thoreson, Curtis Howard 154 Thormodsgard, Arvid P 134 Thormodsgard. Gaylord E 134 Thomberg. Clayton Daniel 93,256 Thomberry, Dean Mai 323 Thorp. Walter Neal 269.134 Thorpe. Larry James 134.274 Thorson. Alan Myrlan 93,183 Thorson, Donald Leveme 114 Thorson, James Edward Thorson. Marian Arlene 132 Thorstenson, Verne Elmer 192 Thrane, James Roger 278.1 14 Thurn, John George 189.114 Thury. Donald George 154 Tice Merton Baird Jr 192 Tidball. Deila Jean 154.296 Tiede. Stuart Loren 154.269.312 Tieman, Tamara Sue 154 Tilton. Fredric Francis 71 Timken, Richard Lucien Tinkeom. Mary Jane 134 Titus. James Gary 93 Titus. Michael Jeffery 154 Tobin. Tom Drake Toft. Curt 308 Tolzin. Keith W Tomjack. Linda Lou Tomjack. Terrence Leo 340.134 Tomono. Stanley Takeshi 93 Tomscha. Therese Jean 254.114,185 Tonner, Thomas Paul 93.395,188.285,264. 267.381.389 Torkelson, Jean Mary 154.299.114 Torkelson. Karen Ann 272 Torkelson, Robert C 166 Towner, James Alan 114 Townsend. Hugh Entricken 77 Townsend, Raymond Earl 73 Townsend, Susan J Miller 93 Townsend. Terrance G, Tracy. Donald Rav 291.114 Tracy, Kenneth Lee 291.134 Trager, Harold Eugene Trapp. Curtis Dale 93 Tremere, Arnold Blair 231. 243,251 ,253, 114 Treml. John Richard Trudeau, Guy Edward 154 Tmdeau, Jane Arline Trudeau. Melvin Joseph 154 Truesdell. John Steele 134 Trumbo. Richard Dale 134 Trygstad. David Jerome Tschetter, Nancy Ann 391.234,236,241.305 404.114.184 Tschetter. Richard W 395.265,264.378. 313,295 Tschetter. William Ralph 73 Tucker, Thomas Oliver Tucker. Todd Moore 310.225,190.114 Tucker, William Vincent Tufty. Duke David Jr 154 Tuntland. James Ross Twait. Larry Gene 93 Twedt. Gregory Alan 154.265.312.391 Twedt. Norman Arvid 154 Twedt. W.ard Franklin 154 Tysver. Aleda Marie 154.297 u I ' hl. Keith Edward 316.183.295 1 hi Kenneth Paul 268.264 I ' hl Marilyn Ann 154 1 Urn, Curtis Bernard 313,256.134 I ken Dennis I ••• MM 114 Underway. Marjone Ann 154 Underwood. Gordon Lee 134 I rquhart, Mary Christine 304.114 I ' lesoh Sandra Kay 23.93 255.409.301 193 V Vagle. Peder Comiel 154 Vagle. Steven Edward 186 .181 Van Broeke Linda l ouise Van Camp. Mary Kav 134 Van Tamp. William M 93 io I leave, I)orn Elbert Vandenberg. Ronald R 154 Vanden Berge Robert J 134 Van Denbos. Gary Vanden, Brink Carolyn 154.274 Vandenburgh. Connie M Vanderboom. Mark 114 Vander. Gnend James Van Derhule. Vernon C 134 Vander Linden. Leon J 271 Vandermark. Diane Lvnn 254 302.114 Vander Pol. Donald W Vander Pol. Sheila June 272.154 Vander Schaaf. Russell J 154 Vander Vorste. Ralph W 154 Vander Waerdt. Richard E Vanderwilt. Jim L 154 Vanderwolde. Ray Vande Weerd Alan Lee 94 308,190 Van Drunen. Carol E 114 Van Dyke. Gail Donna 154 Van Eschen, Frederick Van Every. Barbara E Van Horn, Sharon Lee 162 Van Johnson. R 107 Van Kekerut. Marvin J 77 Van Leuvan. Kathy Jill 234.134 VanLoan. Charles C Van Nice. Nancy Sue 1 14 Van Nice. Robert Randall 154 nv. Patricia Mane VanOverschelde. Dennis 93.269. 1 14 Van Overschelde. Gary J Van Ravenswaay. Mary 93 Van Rengen Jules G Van Roekel. Arlan Wayne Van Schoonhoven. Marvin Van Sickle. Oral Edward 154 Van Slyke. Richard Paul 369 Van Vactor. Dennis Duane 253 Vanwesten. Jacklyn Jo 154,303,385 Van Wyhe. Glenn Arthur 114 Vardsveen. Carol Jean 1 34 Vaughn. James Dean 94.379 Vaupel Carl Prank Jr Vavra. Archie Joseph Veltiamp. James J 77 Venekamp. John Gregory 94 Venekamp. Linda Billman 276 Verdon. Harold John 77 Verzani, Joseph A Vickerman. Paul Charles 94 Vickerman. Thomas Robert 192.271 Viel. Floyd Irwin 311,134.348 Vieregg Stephen George 31 1.134 Vik. Gretchen Nadeen Viller Robert Louis 154.323 lames Raymond 114 Villone. Jerry Lee 256 Vincent. John Barry 94 Vipond. Thomas Harold Vlahakis. Mary Ann 154.301.373 Vlasak. David Paul 271.383.115 Voedts. Ardis R Voecks. Gerald E Voellke. Vergie Ann 94 Vogel. Joseph Andrew Jr Vogele. Kenneth Allen 94 Vogt. Richard Gilbert Vohs David Ernest Vohs. Donald James Vohs. Kenneth Herbert 189.308.134 Votgt. Larry Lee Vollmer. Gere Id Lesue 188.378.320.114 Vondrak. Donna Rae 114 Vondruska, Joseph K Von Seggem Lynn 94 Von Wild. David Allen 309.134 Von Wald Jack Raymond Voorhees, Karen Dee 154 Voorhees. Merlin K 192 Vose. Rory N w Wadhams, Greg Duane 154 Waggener. Cynthia Kaye 154.299.373 Waggoner. Steven Douglas 154 Waggoner. Thomas Henry 134 Wagman. Barbara Jo 154.299 Wagner David Eugene 273,94.189 Wagner Jeames A. Wagner. John Paul 154.313 Wagner. Richard K Wagner. Virginia Eilleen 154 Wahlin. Delores. Ann 154.275.263 Waide R E Watte, Susan Lvnru Want David Niles 154 Wakeman. I oren Arther 134 Waldron. Robert Joseph 114 Walenta. Daniel Patrick 94.188 W ale in h. Paul Willis 155 Walk. Scott Henry 134 Walker, David Vaughan 73 Walker. Daycleth Dwight 190 Wallem. Karen Jane 296. 1 14 Walpole, Ronald Eugene 134 Walsh, Gary Lynn Walsh, John Thomas 155 Walsh. Judith Ann Walsh. Michael Stephen 71 Walsh. Patrick Vincent 94 Walsh. Thomas Patrick Walsh. William Dennis Walters. Carol Pay 155 Walters. Clora Karen 155 Waltner. Albert Wesley Waltner. James Douglas 134.183 Waltner. Ronald John Waltner. Sherman Rene 180.270 Waltner. Wayne Alan 134 Walton. Richard Seth 94 Walz. Robert De Haven 193 Walz. Merrill 178 Wampler. Annette Linda 155 Wang. Jane Dee 77 Wanser. Beverly Edson Ward. Joseph 111 Ward. Sheldon Don 73 Warner. Harold Darwin Warner. Mama Lee 155.299.225 Warrington. Don L Wastlund. Paul Martin 114 Waters. Victoria Beth 134 WaUtins. George Dennis 134 Watson. Lynn Richard 114 Watson. Norman Howard 114 Watson. Ronald Wallace 155 V. ..vm.m. Ronald Rex Weakly. Robert Dale Weaver. James F Weber. Harold Herman 167.134 Weber. Keary Melvin 155 Weber. Marlene Ann 155 Weber. Ronald Gene 291.332.334.331.94. 262 Webster. Dennis Lee 184 Webster. Patricia Wedeking. Dawn Janelle 155.299 Weeks. John Harold 134 Weeks Mary Jane 181 Weeks. Patricia Louise 114 Weeks. Robert Shawkey Webde. Ronald Clarence 94 Wemrkamp, Larry Uoyd 311.134 Weibe l. John Lee 155 Weidenbach. Jeanette 134 Weiger Susan Jane 94 Weisner Michael John 134 Weisi. Christy Margaret 134 Weisz. Duane ' Dale 134 Weisz. Elaine Diane 155 Welch. Mary Jane 155.404 Wells. Darlyne Kay 234.298.114 Wells. Richard Lee 155 Welsh. Gary Le« 73 Welter. Paul R 134 Welton. Richard Lee Wenburg. Carolyn Kay Wendt. Robert Otto 189.271 , 1 14 Wendt. Roger Franklin 221 Wenell. Gary Emery Wemersen. George W 275.365 Wernkc Douglas Eugene 369 Worth Carol Jean 304 Worth 1 ' atricia Mae 391 .234.392.304.220. 395.417.114 Wesely. Robert Wayne Wessman. James Foster Wessman, Jane Lee West. Lorene Edna 155 Weston, Edward Glenn 243 Westphal Dennis Deverne 155.134 Westphal. I«onme Jay Westra. Gary Allen 155 Wetmore, Mark Charles 155 Weyland. Victor lmmanue! 134 Whalen. Linda Kathleen 155 Whealy. Gene Allan Wheeler. Clermont E Wheeler. Ronald John 318, 114 Wherry. Judy Ann 135 Whitaker. Patricia Rae White. Dennis Arthur White. Fred Arnold 71.192 White. Tommy L Whitchawk. Thomas James 155 Whiting. David Lee Whitmore. Jean Iris 94 Whitney Donald M Whitney. Janet Gertrude Whiltcd. Vincent Le Roy 175.94.251 Whittemore. Archie Kent 73 Whiltemore, JospehGuy 134 Whorley, Thomas James 264.317.134.295 Wiblemo. 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