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

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Saturday's activities also included dedication of the School of Business Patterson Hall in honor of the late Dean R. F. Patterson: and awarding Douglas Steckler, Di- rector of Financial Aids, the University of South Dakota Service Award for outstanding service. X , c x- ' t Q 4 jf- ' tl g ' P SYN S Tl a .v,. wi - I "k.- . wt ,W X 1 4 , - 3 ,ffl 4 4 ' ' 'J . 1. 'fi' . 'E , ' A s ' . . V X fffitf-, STROLLERS The men and women of the Alpha Tau Omega - Indepen- dent Strollers show cast took home the first place trophy this year. Second place went to Delta Tau Delta and Alpha Xi Delta. Third was won by Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Alpha Theta. This year there were eight shows participating in the com- petition. Four shows were shown Thursday and four Friday. The five top shows went on to final competition on Saturday night. The shows this year varied from the rendition of "American Bandstandn by the winning show to a tribal feud, a patriotic review of American history, an all male back alley gang, a dream world, a futuristic world, a town fighting to free itself from an evil villain, and a ehildren's gang, the donuts. ALPHA TAU OMEGA - I DEPE DE T I .1 - 1 .. SECOND 5- DELTA TAU DELTA-ALPHA XI DELTA THIRD - SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON-KAPPA ALPHA THETA V fi is I N-L if P if ' I E V -T""r- 513 'Ii J i J JVM W 'z sa 1 ' A- ' 5 ' v 5 I f - A1 . Y -9 '. I 3 4 ,fi , 5194: 131 I, id 1 1 ' M M . ' 5 7 1 A -5, A 'f , , rn- V , 'N 5vfv'N'!B , 'H QW ff- , , ' ' 'Q 'M .. 0 , . fm X ,rgltflv N I-' Uv 'Hy' ,, A Jf. . L. Q 4 - 'TU 1 1 r Qi E z H41 :. "' "fy, iw GW 'X -ei' ng, W 5, ,ly ' 'Nl HP. KAN L6 ..l it Sa .J vi I . Wiv- 1 3-1 x 1' nv 'M , P-, 3 FH, X hi.. 'S l. - vgsfx 1 M ,No J , X I B 5: ,5 6.- ' , 513,21 x 4 ,Ln Q ' I I Q. XL. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA CHI OMEGA INDEPENDENT INDEPENDENT PHI DELTA THETA PI BETA PHI SIGMA NU ALPHA PHI N N I I 'n .Q , .x ' . i A H K- ,I :J f .' V ' ' x I 1-5 -. ' gf 124, 4? X 4' lhfx V V' f- , n, "" 35 , V ,- 3, s fl if 'k - 'A ww. XE mr 5 . - r-.. Q ff- , r '- - 2 ,w ff -jg " X 'Ni , 1 ' -1,, 1.4! T fr" X LUIS- H -I 6-ff .A ' .A " Na '- 4 A I . 7- .V'.'. ,, L, , -15.1, K- - , . - QQ , af A ef-f'3H M'-wma .,k- fu- fl, '- f.,'j 'Vim' it .gill 3, A vi: Q . 'ff' . ,il . - I - G di--hz lg h s-vu :V ' '-f-C-ag. ff-f--1-4 f ..... Q Y a , , y A 1 x ,f 5 w 11, X X by F Af X fu, B' '. 'r 1 N X L 4 .,j S g9""' "AS YOU LIKE IT" "As You Like It" is probably one of Shakespeare's most success- ful comedies, and yet for the modern playgoer still extremely hard to understand. As with most of Shakespearels works, the plots and characters become so interwoven that at times we forget the main action of the play. Playing one of Shakespearels ladies must be one of the most diffi- cult tasks an actress must face. Fortunately, the directorls casting of Rosaline and Celia added much lo the over-all effect of the presenta- tiong which surely was one of the year's most delightful. 4 '4 xx. ?' v ,1 ,Jx ' x 1 wl -- E sl , T l ' K 1 1 Q54 12 M W' , ' , ,N V. , . h 53 W 4 f , . Q-, . , , W Q9 "' u .IJ "fi 9-. 'gv FL -.. Il V 5 X' -Q nf 'Q . ..--- -"7 .n 1 I! 'W In ' ' I- . jf- f ,u'.'l- YQ I K 11 V I ge, " V" 4 r I n A, Y X, A vi T X ,I 1 .- ' : 5 7 . A 1 , gp 'W "" N if a- l f " -- f, . 1 f, A ' '. Qi," ' ff 5 ' ' ' A ,-P. Fr ? "' Y , , . 1 - .Scif -' 1 5: lslfk I. . . X N .55 r? 4 L5 li 31.53" f'i:7'Nf f . Q .- , ' :ll fyfg :,. 3 .' 'UIQ' " ' J F . -G? 7' 3 iff? N1 A4 ., rv.-za.. fl, S- ,z..,. N . -, f ,Q L 3 ,-'rf JI 3, rjlglf , 1.54. E .- 1. 'qi i..- ' s f flfi' fg gfig . . 7 v . ' - ,-- V4 .3 3- xlf V 'H :y A, 1: .- " ' ' . .' ','?.4ff?" Q + : .fix . 5:A'w-rf lf- T1 "fm i " 'ff f 'f Qyff' "LP?tT. 2' . jff,:IJf7'.', "" E ,gf .f ,xy . Ljgflxyvrw 0 F . ' , , ' R ' .,., ' ' 1' we' 'mfg-.3-Yi' ' 6. IN ' X, f Q? A N l ,' L,Q-A4 1 x U : .. ' K- 1 .ni , X . , If 5 Q " f ' ' 1 1' ' 1 ' p "I Q. . x - ' ' - v - - ' I 'R 9 "1:1gw.,,.. . JV ,- , -,kgiw wif rg pq - , - . Vt- 1 . A .rf fy-,A+-,fiir - A, . 4 -- , X 7:-f3f'1A"f 'i-i lx 'mi f ' M' ' f 'Wg' if-:JK-E , " is v.. .- -- .341 ' bf wi ff, 1 A F Ll? V ' A' ' 'I' . A l c , 4, 4 A f- N x ft- T N. -1 .- .. 5,515 5, '1j.f', A , ' 1 1 ,1 1 V. 'f' ' 1 L ,ul Ijl X ' 9 I ' Q ' AA 4 f - ' r r" 9 1' is I ,-. I, ,, ,. . - I Q - . l, f'7'ff'-1"ffH'e'I, Z vr'!'F!HKii,' is . Y I . ef!!!-afar,-+L-..,,,, .. nf., ,,,Y, Tho first major production of thc your started off the theatre season with 21 heavy, yet moving production of "Exit the King." Throughout this symbolic presentation there were some cxvcllcrnt performances turned in by Brad Aldvrn and Margie Hzlssc. The entire production seemed to strivu for a great dual of dramatic impact. Under tht' dirvvtiou of Dick Wilcox, the play moved in a definite direction, ni-vcr slowing down to pick up passers by, and always keeping 21 fast and intriguing pace. On the whole it was a fine opener for an oven better season. "EXIT THE KI G99 1 'W ' Q Q F P f s s- q Y W w, ' ' J ' mfs .. ' x24 R ,' ' I' A, , EL, 2 AL., 4,::'gg'.:-- f w -, X ' -QQ R f ..:- 'GE-,P L -'gig - A A ' N V I W Rf -'J 1 3 it , :L Q . ' . , , ' - , if 54" - 15 "' ' - x ,, ' w,,i,4'-- , . V . H11 V , . W., V W, ' w V1 nw. .XV r' 5 fu- '.' u. 1 ff W -, I 1 fn flip..- '. .,..,... -X ,, .E . Lan.: I 1 - an if v1'f1-W.: - X - x .Y , .ff win -'.LQ:,' , W fa? 7 'P' N2 . .. 11-m,v'i" - ' , ' H 1''gffiVF.f.Q.f':4iA',." nfl -.,. -vi" iglzgpl-.'j', '1'-."j':'-,,. 5 '-Mx, ., 1 I F' ' Z., , X -1 ,Q wg. wif. - " 'r 1 U 1 y . Z FIRST SEMESTER Ex Editor - Carol Petrik News Editor - Russ Cranston Associate News Editor - Craig Olson Advertising -- Neil Blomquist Business Manager - Mike McMonagle Copy Chief - Harriet Rosen Copy Editors - Rich Garry, Dan Garry, Tammi Graber Layout Editor - Cecil Kussman Sports Editor - Randy Carlson Campus Editor - Sandy Swinson Photographers - John Tice, John Norbeck Circulation -- Linda Hazen i - I A I Q D is , , -J 'iii SECOND SEMESTER Editor - Russ Cranston News Editor - Slcvc Van Cool' Assoriate News Editor - Keith Nolop Advertising - Neil Blomquist Business Manager - Carol Petrik Copy Chief - Tammi Graber Copy Editors - Rich Garry, Sheri Cash, Julie Fullenkamp Layout Editor - Chris Duncan Sports Editor - Randy Carlson Campus Editor - Craig Olsen Photographers - John Tice, .lohn Norbcck Circulation - Linda Hazen . ',-',' il ff E i -Tn. 5-'X Y.. Vlrnuru1"" -4 'fi , Y um mxxxxvlflw-fl ,E , M mum sim' E' ' imlasumuxaw r -- fffiiif' FHM--' ,., A Hgw ID mule g f-is Ja, id I ..,'f ."i,liLn 4:13. .V . ::41..Lg,2 t vim Q - M , Q f.71.rz1lf!K1Sl.' '-- -.f-4" 'vm M, .. RUSSELL MCCOY - LAYOUT EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHERS: LARRY BOTTJEN JOHN NORBERG DOUG RICKMAN MARK ANDERSON DAVE SHOOP ELDIE ZOUNAR - ASSISTANT EDITOR COYOTE ZA ' MARLYS REICHERT - EDITOR Qgiig-I 'Q-. . Y El? ,mv Q 1.,.v,, -,N . .s . V , . - :. f ,' .-U 1.-.V --My L ,. - lr V' . ,: -A7 -1 I ' iw: gg-H551-l':4. sy, - ' xiqw - .cfs 3' K A ' ifmb f I. l F CX JV 95 215- J-1. Y W za 5, , i x I L- , 5, ? u . v 9, in 1' , 4 'A if a 1 x f 1' . . -wr., .wsu 5, ,, :cp-.asv rna-ri '-'iitfif' - :I if - .f , V YA L- + ET: I '-'-..'.. - . -en - ,J ' FG- 'TEV'-'5yj'5'f' 'R-1:25 17 ' -.. E ,.v' Q., A 5 fl 7 .- ..,., U' ,T 'Q U. 1' 71, V If 2-'Q , , -'A ' 'x g'-4 'A-V M .r N - x - .,, . 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Members of the liberal party, Nolop and Meier worked with the Student Senate and the student body to set up om- budsman service, several departmental advisory boards and a faculty eval- uation survey. Several important "firsts" for the USD SA came with the appointments of the first student representatives to both the Tenure Review Committee, and the Continuing Planning Committee, which sets budget priorities for the University. Dan Garry, the Student Association's representative to the South Dakota Federation of Student Bodies, served as executive secretary of that body. It was this federation which orinigally sponsored the student center. ST DE TE Revision of the Student Association"Constitution occupied much of the time of the fifty-member, 1971-72 Student Sen- ate. Along with this major project, the senate funded three new ventures, a Day Care Center, the Legal Aid Fund and the Tenants Union Fund, and created a Spouse Activity Ticket. Greater Student participation in University administration was seen as the senate fixed library-hours and was allowed to comment on next year's academic calendar. Amid some controversy, the Student Senate acted as repre- sentatives of the student body to accept the Highway 50 con- struction compromise, after much debate and conflict be- tween the senate, the state legislature, and Vermillion mer- chants. 'Yi Hy' 'x 1 l r f' .Sn Sp USD Campus scene . . . constantly changing kaleidoscope of happenings . ,y -vii ff 1 S 1 Air, vt .. F' 1 1, n ,xfffgif f f ' X 'N-Lf ,P lx., , lx' I 'bul A I A ' "'f:f V af' F mv, g 2- N: fi' Tk , V M ff.iLjs:Ri5f1,.' , 1' f f,:-" ' " pf- 1 ,ff F- :lt i " ,fa-,A . . -. L . " 'Q 1' .11 E' - , . . '-.-we-L f V ik .h . F T .Vv-'fig' ,-" -. -sg-. . . -F'ar?.-, , 3 0 f!E f 'YN' ,J if TRACK OF 'WE we ., S, E Pl l ' I -..T in U QREAT AMER ICA! CHXCKE Nw. peace marches . . . ,,....- rl' pf., 3' ' 0..- -4 ci. 144, J we ' a .U X, fx, nl I - 4 - .. 4.-'i.-" 4.5 .-- -1' IIl0l'C WEIICI' nu- 1 A if- T- -'1-"' ' '7..:f"4H T 21 5 ,, LJ' '-.-'-- ' -' 4 . i .,- . . .1--f isa water snow mud --an AE '.-, f 'N'--,. 51' . .1 -- -g 'rg . r v 4 'T' Q X E' N5 Ing-,F xl... - ,- .,r'xR.1 4 I 9 Mb. my Pg , ' u ,K x Tr A r, .Lg , W Alf- ., 5 Q ..,,-. I QQ, I , S ' X KVM . .1 A 5 ,Qs 4 , r f' 4 ' ' Af V iw'-it . L. Viagy- , . fl .. :I ,Q f .4 wa-as 6 'Q K b I " .:s'viWf:, nga! I ' 4 fi .1 ' -x my "T..P"O-K, rf, " ' f If ff f K ., ' 40' r I I 1' I' ' v , ' I " 1. 9 A ,a-amgig.-' V I f If x -Av? ' ' I 'Rfk Q-1- AIP YD .ff ....-f- -, I Q14 1. ,1--1 1111-I 7-1. pm, 1 .rf ORGAN ZATIONS ENGLISH CLUB - The English Club, advised by Mrs. Dorothy Selz, holds monthly discussions on various aspects of literature and sponsors an annu- al trip to the Midwest city to see a museum and theatre production. The club also ar- ranges department programs and dinners. Officers are Edith French, prcsidentg Jan Lagerlof., programs chairmang .lean Hanna, publicity. ETA SIGMA PHI - This organization is an honorary organiza- tion for students of the elassies. Informal discussions and a trip to the national con- vention constitute activities of the mem- bers. Brent Froberg advises the group. Offi- cers are Alan Dietrich, presidentg Doug Parkinson, treasurerg ,loAnn Murray, secre- tary, ETA SIGMA PHI POLITICAL SCIENCE LEAGUE - Under the direction of W. O. Farber, the Political Science League meets to discuss current affairs. Special features this year were a guest speaker on the India Pakistan, conflict, and a visit to the state capitol in Pierre. Officers are .lohn Brown, presidentg Kathy Wessel, vice presirlentg and Ken ,lui- eek, secretary-treasurer. QE 5 GVPJ , MJ!! -- - - . ,.J.' zanuxu '4 -ucnavlrlsk 1 1.1 L..-.-.1 V1-0 ' 'F' .af- Sub Tel!! -sl! ill in., n,, 0. fy 2:11 ,g jul ' ff.LU1,t , v Y .1 if, 11 mlm Q1-fzwz' L 'Aslplbnin---.. Q u -'51-., 1-.n 'gfqansvu-Q .. A...-.-J, 1 , ,-ff f9A9QHfj sig--gh W , E., . W' r - ," . -. ' - . . ,r,3y4',.':.,, - -f--IU. 1, . V - . . ' 'f- -r:72,LL:"'5I'3"'. ,' ENGLISH PULITICAL SCIENCE LEAGUE f, ,,, E, 1 1,41 T ..f" ,X- 1- Panhollcnir: Council is the governing council of the sororitios on tho USD campus. Supervising rush aclivilios, Crook wcok and this year a special Crook Musrrular Dystrophy rlrivo, are tlutios of the council. First sorncstvr officers were Pat Loo- nardy, pro:-sirlmitg Donna Anderson, vicc-presi- rlontg Judy Wortman, lroasurerg Janice Bowen, secretary: and Carol Youngbcrg, publicity chair- man. Second soniostor officers are Donna Andor- son, prosiclcnlg ,laniwz Bowen, vice:-presidenlg Pam Cimpl, treasurer, Yvctlo Baker, socretaryg Charlotte Slaurlomoior, publicity chairman. PANHELLE IC STROLLERS Strollers Variety show each Spring. Members arc chosen each fall on the basis of musical and creative ability. Proceeds from the Strollers :show linanvcr significant University scholarships. Ron Rcvrl advisers this group, whose officers are Rick Kas-vh, prvsidvntg Russ Frankcnlcld, vice-prcsidontg Jim Nelson, sec:- rctaryg Stew Zintvr, treasurer: and Johnny Vann, pledge class prcsidf-nt. Tho Strollors arf' a social organization which sponsors the ',,.!,.. . ... H. ,- .- - -1 4 ,.,, ,, w,,-f." ,pn r-A M- ' ' -1, H. - -. ' ll f , ALPHA TAU OMEGA Barry LeBeau Joseph Manning .Iohn Rothstein Mark Winter BETA THETA PI Scott Kahler Craig Kennedy Larry Lovrien Kevin McCoy Jim Nelson DELTA TAU DELTA Steve Ettles Tom Grey Mark Griffin Bob Hayes Bruce Nolop DELTA UPSILON Ephriam Rempher LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Jim Bach Mike Brummer Barry Buehler Dallis Foster Chuck Holm PHI DELTA THETA Greg Beck Barry Bruner Paul Johnson Craig Newell Steve Wedeking SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Doug Bergan Greg Dice Dick Mayer SIGMA NU Phil Brookman Gary Hollister Bernie Schuurmans Lee Weber Denny Witt TAU KAPPA EPSILON Bryon Hisel Tony James Gordon Smorawske KOTAN S Dakotans, a mon's honorary organization founded in 1924, pled- ges new members in the fall ot' their junior year. Other than main- taining a high scholastic average, Dakolans sponsor the lnterfrater- nity Sing held each lVIother's day and also help with the organization of Dakota Day. Faculty advisor of the Dakotans is Dr. Steve Ward. Officers are John Rothstein, presidentg Craig Newell, vice-presidentg Tony James, treasurerg Jim Nelson, secretaryg and Doug Bergen, pledge trainer. DELTA SIGMA PI The professional business fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi promote brotherhood in the business world and stimulates interest in the pr fessional aspect of the business world. Members are chosen fro those enrolled in the USD School of Business. Professional spea ers, field trips, and educational tours such as their recent trip to Eu rope are sponsored by Delta Sig J. M. Peterson advises the fraternit which is headed by Steve Berg, president. ACTIVE MEMBERS Lee Anderson Gene Barwick Lonnie Bayer Paul Bectold Steve Berg Bernie Binger George Blank Kent Brugger Bob Connor Tim Coughlin John Davis Mike Denton Greg Dice Stuart Dorsey Roger Engle Ron Fiedler Fred Freders Dave Guenthner Tom Haberer Brad Hauge Paul Hatch Joe Heferman Rod Kazmcrzzlk Brian Kelley Joe Kreilzer Wayne Lapour Bob Lillihridge Rick Long Phil Mellagaard Cary Mollct .lohn Neary Ken O'Day Cliff Payson Dave Pearson Doug Peterson Tim Peterson Jim Preston Warren Prostrollo Tom Ralph Robert Schaub Tom Schramm Doug Schroeder Doug Spooner Gale Slark Seymour Studenburg Les Sutherland Doug Van Weston .lim Wcgner Dick Welk Tom Welk Dick Zimmerman v PLEDGES Bob Christenson Charles Kennedy Gary Mitchell Karl Montgomery Craig Olson .lim O'Neal Casey Peterson .loe Schramm Dick Sunde Tim Smith be - . . r""" ,.,-Hr" 4. -- ,,,-f --f--!'.-"....-i A34 ' I 4 1' '..- ,,,.1'A Q, .--.-. , H -it '--A . T' ' , Ji.ul!'.w t ' '-u--4' Nt, .g.+. ,Q ,Q OMICRO DELTA KAPPA This is a men'i-s honorary selected in the spring ol the jun- ior year. Omieron Della Kappa strives lor a balance of aca- demic achievement and non-academic leadership. Members are chosen from those who rank in the top 35'Zn of their class and who have shown outstanding leadership. New members are tapped at the lnterfruternity Sing on lVlother's Day. W. O. Farber serves as Omieron Delta Kappzfs faeully advisor. Olli- cers are Bruce Nolop, presidentg Tom Assmus, vice-presidentg Kevin McCoy, secretary-treasurer. Z? ORTAR BOARD Both an honor and sol'vim- organization. Mortar Board taps now rnvinht-rs in the spring of lhoir junior year. Tho women art' svlovlocl on srholastic: ability. campus involvcmont, and sorviro to tha' Univvrsity rommunity. Mortar Board sponsors spring Swingoul, and this your a special project was collecting toys for umh'rpriviIt-gt-rl children in Yankton. Momhors are often callvd upon to i'c'prost-ill thc-ir follow students in various avtivitivs. suvh as working at olootions. This yt-ar a vhaptc-r of Mortar Board was accepted at South Dakota Statv Univcrsity in Brookings. Dr. Steve Ward, Dr. Majorio Beatty, and Mrs. Dorothy Sclz are faculty advisors. Officers arc' Ruth Kroinminga, prosidontg Edith French, vico- prcsidvntg Kris Stockman, socrotaryg Marcia Rusch, trcasurorg Kris Hvino, cditorg and Jackie Hinkoldoy. historian. . I Mft Q It :I 1 1' 5 1 'I - , it 1: L. , E' ' fruif - i X' 1 Evra It fwxfi 1 ' it i-E 'ML At 1 at-:,2.!' A? W ,i it ,' 'A y 'r ' .ini E . A S I 1 A-. t ' -'-r: !x, hfgztnlll viii' Q-.Adult I 'QU'-A . 2' Q .u- L . g 555 A4 ,Q 1 rv h i 1 .,. .J 1" 5 , , ,. . , t t ' i 1'--"' M S MEMBERS INCLUDE: USD's only coed drill team, the Marchonnes, won two first place trophies, a showmanship award, and a fourth place na- tionally. Accompanying the Pershing Rifles, this year's meets will take them to Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Texas and Nevada. The girls usher at games and concerts and engage in other moneymaking projects to finance their trips. Mar- chonnes are chosen each semester on the basis of appearance, poise and ability. Officers are Paula Johnson, presidentg Luanne- Sehinkel, vice president, Vickie Gonshow, supply of- ficer, Lola Kinnan, treasurerg .lane Thompson, secretaryg and Nancy Thomas, publicity. Ingrid Adenas Barbara Fletcher Mirandi Frederickson Sharyl Fricr Nancy Galloway Vicki Gonsehow Liz Hanson Carol Hoermann Anita Hotz Linda Huntimcr Joanna .lackheck Paula Johnson Lola Kinnon Pat Kizer Renee Larson Linda Lowman .lane Marsh Linda Pommer Luanne Schinkel Sharyl Stout Julie Tcllinghuisen Nancy Thomas Bev Zacher Eldic Zounar 'SERLLM " L . ' 1' 1133112 'L1 Vt sf. , , "' i. COYOTE STUDE T CE TER A large part of student life revolves around the building so aptly called the Coyote Student Center. Laeotah Dining hall in the cen- tcr services the residents of four dorms, while a smaller cafeteria, the Grill is thc place to be between and alter classes. The Universi- ty hookstore operates next door to this cafeteria. A student lounge, pool-room, several large meeting rooms and student activities offices are housed in the student center. Eight student union committees are located in the center. They are the Art committee, News and Views, Film committee, Public Relations committee, Special Entertainment committee, Coffeehouse com- mittee, Social-Recreation committee, and Operation Outreach. Wap Tf iw ig' 'fn-Q ,tra :-1- ' -.V " ,Q ' 1 CTISTJ EEZ '1nd Candyli ro im rss: .,. T". tilt Q f I 5 Q4 x ,fl hvvln .-.-su: Q 3 ' ,Q R 2 - 4 . 'F , ' , .f 573 I fi V- xr .1 'P V,, 0 L 5.1 1 3 t E Q' u X V fl: ,' 5 J ,1. Y Q. gy, 'U 'Q x fr-f WI' , ::wa3-5555 -F 4. f 1 i. 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Advised by Daniel Davison, Guidon is lead by these offi- cers: Carol Youngberg, president, Cathy Connors, vice- presidentg Janet Lemaster, secretaryg Jean Lalley, treasur- erg .Ian Lagerlof, historiang and Phyllis DeWall, national of- ficer. MEMBERS Audrey Adams Dorothy Carol Alne Rebecca Bell Janice Lynn Bocn Betsy Bolster Pamela Cimpl Mona Crissman Cheryl Crocker Jean Davidson Maryann Drenkhahn Laurel Dummermuth Joan Gageby Kathleen Carrie Kathy Gaul Tammi Graber Deborah Foley Susan Frandsen Caryl Hebbert Beverly Holbeck Marlys Hitzman Janet Hunter Jana Janele Cherie Johnson Deborah Johnson Mary Karlins Becky Kent Linda Kloibcr if? LPH Betty Klock Kerry Kober Penny Leischer Penny Lindgren Lynnel Lohr Janet McDonald Marcia Mannerud Jean Milner Marsha Monger Susan Olinger Susan Olson Karen Ortman Candace Paschal Karen Peterson Barbara Pirie Nancy Rayman Mary Rundell Diane Sammelson Peggy Schultz Lynne ,Sewell Linda Stewart Lori Swisher Susan Stangland Nancy Thomas Julie Wagner. Deborah Wehrkamp Linda Wittmus ahh-:...l UG: - ,,- -vga, arms-slsuuluugsf .. .- :.,.: ,.u.-sau.-.va ., Y LAMBDA DELT Alpha Lambda Delta is a national freshman women's hon- orary, which strives to encourage scholarship. Members are chosen on the basis of a 3.5 grade point average or above. The girls have various fund-raising projects each year in order to finance an annual banquet for pledges. Alpha Lambda Delta is advised by faculty member Dr. Marjorie Beatty. This year's officers are: Diane Sammelson, presidentg Audrey Dorothy, treasurerg Carol Alne, secretaryg Nancy Rayman, vice-presi- dentg Linda Stewart, editor and historiang Laurie Dummer- muth, social and publicity chairman. LP' 41' l X L n W ' 1' " ' V , .ml I +V' 1' J . I ,I, .Q-dn il 'L . A ' o 'F' ' l'Lc'n 1, L I w W ! 14 I w W w , A f I . y , , H IN ' 1 1 M " fwfffif' if if Q N , X Z 1 W w J H M ,I LL. gm wi U wg 1 w , 'I' 1 W :fl W ml f - 5 4 H WEE w , ' ef. -7 ,' 1 an . 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WfNli'E :z ' I xv-fish? 1 , 'u"'-61" -' - . g,. 1+ . - 1 Q 1,- I ' I 1 391 1 1 - 1 IL , K 11-'gs ' fu' I' ' I-1 - 11 g , , PI ' L I 'I ' V 1 Z- K 1 1 ' fi I " ,A ' , " , 1' 1 1 I I 1' ' J 1 1' 'K - W V 4 W 1 1 1 1 Af- Q.- wsfe ff!- -lb 55' SCHOOL OF FI E ARTS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS An Art Department, a Music Department, and a Theatre Division of the Speech and Dramatic Arts Department are contained in the College of Fine Arts. Designed to develop a professional level of artistic competency in each individual, the programs of study also include technical skills and theoretical information that will enable students to find a pro- fessional position in the arts. Headed by Dean Hayden Scott, the College of Fine Arts awards the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree upon completion of undergraduate study. This degree represents unique qualification including per- formance skill, familiarity with significant literature related to the field, familiarity with the related fine arts, and effective command of the English language in both written and spoken form. li. ff S-Q 1 F -.- 'S 'he Ei , -K , .A 31.1 - nl f 105 6? L 2 v. K ur' . . w "4 , '-- ,. , . -. 1- ' 'F-"I 4 -W Dxqi 551' 4-QQ1, . ,- .1e'.,. 'K' ' 'df Q p , mg AA' r 'mf .f -' '-"" lm' f fif- fusi- 4 'M lin DONALD HABBE - DEAN ARTS AND SCIE CES As the oldest of the colleges of the University, the College of Arts and Sciences is the center around which the other di- visions have been developed. A standard liberal arts college, its courses fall into three divisions: the study of arts, literature and culturcsg the natural seicneesg and the social sciences. Seventeen definite fields of major activity prepare students for lilc work. In this rapidly changing civilization, the college attempts to give its students ai real sense of social responsibility and per- sonal intcgrity, plus an opportunity to develop an intellectual basis for real achievement in successful living. -,U if wh KH f x 1 5 1 U x u aiufw 'V 'vLlA1,3Y V .E. . ' 'StCS -' -QLQAICAL V' t A U., SCHOOL OF BU I ESS i C -w-nh SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Established at the University in 1927, the School of Business includes an undergraduate program and a Master of Business Administration program, both accredited by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Busi- ness. Dean of the school is Dale Clement. The School ol Business is a two year professional school at the junior and senior level. It aims to provide its stu- dents with a broad foundation in the fundamental princ- iples of business and economics, rather than to train spe- cialists or prepare students for a particular business or in- dustry. . s rf . W. fpzf ' . l j . I V L H. Ai s. . 4 l '1 1. N ' 'Bra ' - x -A! 1 x H in 2.3: T- ' lm 9.17 E .-QQ , 'Q A ' J... 'H I 'h..wn., vial- 1 - ing, X c-sm., , Q-K mint 'L - I. 'L fl? 'l, i' fl' sh L 4, gn ' .. 1.1 X Q fs-as , ,I , N ,ar A. I ,41- an-v Fil' 5 Y- 7 .1 ng ,. r- fab. -IL.. l'l 4 P' .ik v u'9 - K.,- .Qd Q ik .y il-9 If? I . ,J nj 'Ns' Kinky The University's School of Education, headed by Dean Thomas Moriarty, of- fers the degree of Bachelor of Science in Education and Bachelor of Science in Recreation. At the graduate level, three degrees are offeredg Masters of Arts, the Specialist Degree, and the Doctor of Education. Preparing personnel for careers in education and for the improvement of edu- cational programs is the school's goal. Courses are designed to meet the needs of teachers, supervisors, and administrators directly concerned with education. Since the scl1ool's establishment in 1927, the entire resources of the Universi- ty have been directed toward the preparation of teachers. Many activities in col- lege life at the University are brought together by the School of Education staff in teacher education courses and are directed toward student teaching. SCHOOL OF EDUCATIO Ji ,.L, -. A L I U it jim? S if un- . 1' -T N V W - V . K . f 1. hilxnrju M ,A -ff 7. Y SCHOOL OF UR ING SCHOOL OF NURSING Headed by Dean Ben Suga, the School ol Nursing was insti- tuted at the University in 1962. The program was established to provide the nursing student with general education courses in a University setting and to prepare the student to be a eomr petenl beginning practitioner of nursing in all clinical areas of health needs. Clinical facilities of Dakota Hospital and Dakota Nursing Home, Vermillion, are used for beginning laboratory experi- ence. Psychiatric nursing experience is provided at Yanklon State Hospital, Yankton. Clinical experience in medical-surgi- cal nursing is provided by St. Vincent's Hospital, Sioux City, Iowa, Veteran Administration Center, Sioux Falls, and lVlcKennan Hospital, Sioux Falls. McKennan Hospital also ex- poses the students to procedures in obstetrical nursing and nursing of children. ti , 1 1-asf 'il as i 45 to 9 .. ff rv. i gi, . , . ' x s el , in 1- ' 1 L'-1 "' 4,0- M! Z. ll DENTAL HYGIENE g The University program in dental hygiene is a two-year i course and leads to an Associate in Arts Degree in Dental l Hygiene. Graduates of this program, which just became accre- dited in 1969, are eligible to take the exam for license by the American Dental Association. A proposal to extend the pro- gram to a Baccalaureate Degree is now being debated. The ' l f A ts and am would involve more work in the schoo o r progr' I: Sciences and would lead to a Bachelor degree in science. l I , A .1-h. i, rj 'Qt f , 'fab A," f ,- X lil . 5 , - ' -1 ' :K i 1 l 1 i k - x. I 'ai DENTAL I-IYGIE E ff af ff ., 1 .ii -iv THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, under Dean George Knabc, includes two undergraduate programs in two areasg a two-year Dental Hygiene pro- gramg and a Medical Technology program which com- bines general education with practical experience gained in an acceptable school of Medical Technology. The two-year Medical School prepares the student for transfer to the junior class of a four year medical school. Curriculum consists of anatomy, microbiology, pathology, biochemistry, physiology and pharmacology. Clinical instruction is included in the program. The sophomore students spend their last three weeks in a prcceptorship program during which they live and work with a practicing physician in South Dakota. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE EESHIFQWHI A 7' ..n--- 11 , . hp 1. ' " .Y ' 4 r . Q, 1 fi -A iii 5 ,Nav . a rg 'Y ig, 1. . A 355' ' ,. 1 Ulf q, 'fig . -4 'M 'f ,Q -Jw. ,. -n " W :-', ii i 1 -1. wi N ,W . . . 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J - 'Q if .1 ' ' ' awgilgfg ',:1i ' .4 fu ln J L , - .L L- ,,.. M, p fg-E EPB E191 L ,Q mg 1 as I . -V. D. f Q- Y 'H E 7 E I 4 1 'll F4 " 'QT T rv ..... 5, BI ' " 0- . Lff' . I Q . M 1 ,P bv-. ,, ' s --4., , ,L--he X 1 --" 3 9. 5 ,Q " V if ' Y Q ' I i f I fffif w-. 5 m r 44 Y 'V' Q .. L BIB! S Ag , W I T I 1, "if 4 L' gf ,. . T-- . - ' iff-Ti JL W i gl 1 . 'Q PRESIDE l BOWE if . ,,..-silky' Encouraging the student "to hear his own voice," President Rich- ard Bowen realized the importance of the small problems of students as well as the large problems ol a University. His administration as- pires to assist the student develop his own mind and future, working toward the "take-off pointi' of talent from within. Bowen first served the University in 1967 as associate professor of government and special assistant to the president for Institutional Studies. Upon the resignation of Edward Moulton, Bowen was named Act- ing President in November, 1968. 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' , 1 'N 1' ' ,:,"' " Q.:-L A W 1 vi ., 1 kj, L'1,rj'1114 ' 1.1, ' 5 in ' "1--.0-"4411. "4 Q., .1 I -.N1 - ,. 12- , 1 .H ' . 1 1 Q in 5 I J I .- .1 3- ,tu 11, -E N -1-' F- V ' i. 1 in P "-- v T' 1 .. A ' 1 " A' ,I 117 I 1.Y,l K 1.1 .' 4 Mk, 1 ,J -'H ,Ii lr -. -- -. - g, ' V 11 11, I J, .- -3, 1 1, -, 5 LQ 'mg .f-, JI A .1 : 1 -pf. X ' A 14,3 g 1, 1 1 Q11 , .3 .V LL 1 ' 1 W M Q-. 'WR ' .: K1 ' ' ' ' .,f . .' fl " 1 -1 , " Q 1 V' . 'fi .1 1' rg 1, -., -1 -1 -.4 , i N.. 1 I -"-'h"f1 "L", ' 4- , 111 .5 't'fa.'lVl: - 1. 1 21: 'ww-is 'nn J. ' "'.' -Q , - fl, ' A '71 I , 55' JI ,1 'K.'- Ln! h ' . ...v T., U,,..xLTy' ln, I 1 1 1 I 4 I ! . ,I 1 . I 11' I .1 ii . I .F I . I . .11 Q- I L . ll' Li TERRI J. KOCH KATPRYN LPECK1-IAM DEBBIE A. DNISON LORETTA J. HOLIEMAN CONNIE EASCHINGER ANN L TROUSDALE LINDA A RYAN JAN C CAMPBELL BONNIE D. WILSON MARY BEIH MUTFAY GJNNIE ILBOUSKA ROBERTA J HOLLEMAN HILARY LEIBMW IGMBEFILY K ELLERTSCN I if F. . 'uv 4.1 ,. D F .... I- .-' i ,V . I ' ' I ' JUNE M RAEUSCH SLE E. BJFINS JANE C. MADSEN ROBIN A. EK!-KLM PATTI A CHMELER ELIZABETH AESTEE JEAN ETALLEY KATHLEEN LMRPHY TERRI ASHAHEEN MAR! E KAU5 OIROLYN S. FARKE MCNA L STEVIKLER nuan cumin, scuounsmv cnnm. smausn-s mnecmn sscaermv Pszsrnsnf Tnsasunzn nous: MAnAaen mince rnmnzn swmanusmnn zoom. cams. MARILYN K DAVID DIANE I SAMMELSCXII VICKI LYNN RICHARDS LYNNE J. SEWELL KATHY M. STEICHDI LINDA E MURPHY CI-IERIE E JG-DSW BETSY A.BiSI'lAN JUDY M FISC .gf II' 'A-Y li . V J JOJNN J. MFTDN CAROL J WANZWAKER VICXI A DWIGHT Alpha Phi 155i Qlhapirr 19 I - 2 Lt., H: iiniurmiig nf Smith Eaknia MICHELE C, MILLER GILNDA J XAMZEE UMM S. STEW-IRT CANDIS R SCP-IAAP MONA DALE G?SMAN JANICE L BOEN MARGARET M DEMXNGER JJDNITA GJ-IALVEN DEBBIE J PRICE PATTI L BROCKEL sense A wuu.uws ' CARYL F KAPPELMAN TEFGI L BUSSBJ. MAUREEN A SMITH JANET MAIAIBFIUGGEN SIIJA E. STONE SUE A MCDONALD JAN M. VINCENT AFIDIE JOE-NSON ME CHARLOTTE E RJX OXTHYMTAPLEIT ESE E HAERFER KAY M KUNSTLE JJDY LNNEGNIER M J.DY B SCHP-ELL RENE AROHLA K r-lousinurrtn LLNDAMMANNING ROXANNE L BOEN BETSY P MJRPHY MARY J HANLON IIEBRA A SPAREY .EAN L. OWPBELL ANN E I'-IINER VALEHE M RICHARDS CAROL A KAYL I MARGE A . . , - -' SCHALB WXFIV KGNAM BARBARA F NEUFOTH PEGGY A WHITNEY . v,.'.v-.4 cmymu. sms... nu. Luh.n-an Alpha Phi varrivcl ovvr tht- stiwt-ss ol last spring's 3rd plact- Stroll:-rs and Swingout tt-anis by rollahorating with tho mt-n of Sigma Nu on a winning Dakota Day float, thu "Most Satiriral Float." ln atlclition to the girls' annual drivv for Car- cliat' Aitl. Alpha Phi partiripatvd in tht- Musrular Dystrophy Drivc ancl sm-nl om' of its nuwinlmrs to roprusont USD at tht: danvc marathon in Baltimorv for tht- Dystrophy Collection. Honors 4-ollvrtud hy inrlivitlual nicinberrs of Alpha Phi this year art' tht- vurrvnt Miss Vanity Fair and Miss Young Rupub- livan, and nit-tithe-rs in Whtfs Who, Mortar Board, and Little Sistvrs ol Minvrva. Alpha Phis dominate- thc' USD clwcrlcad- ing squatls with tlm-v varsity vlioorlvaclors, two freshman r'h0crl4'atlvrs and four wrostling ttlloorloatlors. ALPHA PHI PAM R. CLEMETSON ANNE K MARSHALL MARGOT M. MURPHY ELLEN J NIEDERT SUSAN B SCOBLIC LINDA J. JOHNSON MARGIE M SNYDER JULIE I. HOMAN SUE BAYER MARC! J.Tl-IONIPSON NANCY JRAYNVXN PATRICIA J. LEONARDY PANNELLENIQ Pnzsaosm JACQUELIIIE ASCHAEFER Ass-11 PLEDGE mAIN:n MARY CMARTIN T PATII AITIES KAY I NICGIFIR ELLEN A STEIL ' DEBBIE I.. JOHNSON sue A. DELL DEEANN EIDNACKER TRQQRER VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT REC, SECRETARY CONR. SECRETARY HOUSE MANAGER p Xi Bvlia 7 pailnn Qlhapirr I I I I X I I II . .YK . J ,I go JUDY A.DI.NHAM 5YROLLER'3 omsxrron Zoe A, ZITTERICH SOCIAL CHAIR. KAREN T KRUSE KATHLEN M. JACOBS ACTIVITIES CHAIR - ASS'T SCHOLARSHIP CHAIR. . e.- 72 I I A 1 H fr.-IigQiS . iiniurrziig nf SUSAN J. GAUSE BARS A. DAVIS L -- 571111111 Eaknia' JANET I. BREWER MARILYN J KISTLER BECKY S MEAD MARY L. ASCHENBRENNER SUE K. ROSENWALD NIARIJO A PAYNE 1 . SARA S. HOSTBJCR VIKKI L MILLER CHRISTY BUTLER MARTHA A WORDEI-I 'E' I CATHY E CLARK SANDY K DENTON BARBARA .5 WHITE BARS K CARSON LYNN A MORAN ESTELLA E PETERSON NDUSEMCTHER LINDA NL KRANZ Vu- mums I1 IHTLD SARAH a FIJNN F JANA J IANELE ,ba LIN DA C. LUTIER SHANNON R MAROUA RDT SAINDEE K. WENNERBERG CAROL S GFIOSETH CATHY A POTTER CHARLOTTE A STAUDENMAIER TERESA J OLANDER DYANN w NDGT ROCHELLEC SCHLEMNEFI PAMELA L DAVIS DDLEEN M BOSCH rmmml cumpwu- svn-I., I 1 uma Nw nfs , 't ..' 'i . -45 1 'E' f J E., X t .. 1' 7 ty my '- Q . H-' , l i 1. I , lt ALPHA XI DELTA Alpha Xi Della sponsored a clothing rlrivo this fall for charity, along with participating in tho Crock Muscular Dystrophy Drive. Tho girls raiso monoy for juvonilo tlclinquonls as their national philanthropy. Dakota Days ft-stivilios lcaturod a musical this fall, which was tzo-tliructotl hy un Alpha Xi. Along with musical activi- tius. Alpha Xis are inomlnrrs of such honorarics as Alpha 'l g 1. .Q N ,wg . l t 4 klti W 1 1' l - RITA IIII. GAVIN V annenmx A CALL V DANA J. sowmns ' sue K. KALTSULAS 'A Nzmcv E oALLowiIN-A-cARoI. FT PETRII4 I PAT s. JAKSO V- .Io ELYN BOWMAN 'VKATHLEEN M LOCKWO66' MARLYS I. REICERT ' SANDRA .I MARSH l cfxsev Evsnerr V SANDY J. AAEN CATHY T sums DARLIS u.cI.AusEN DANA I4 URBAN JANET E LEMASTER cARoL-IN J DIRKSYA-I Kms aoorswx " RUTH CAROLLANE ' VIRGINIA L' I-Ines ' Jzxcme R GREER J PLEDGE TRAINER-IND SEN RUSH CHAIR-2ND.SEM TREASURER-ZND SEM VICE PRESIDENT-ZND SEM PRESIDENTYZNUSEM PRESIDENTAIST SEN VICE PRESIDENT-IST SEM FREASURER-ISY SEM SECREYARY-ISK SEM PLEDGE TRAINER-IST SEM ' NORIIIIA KTIIANI A PATRICIA .I HAYES LANETTE R DAHN BARBARA E K IELMAN Qlhi 0Bmrgz1 Blipnilnn Mamma Qlhnptrr JOLENE A HEBERT fi if Q4 f 1 gr gig Ojw lf 7 2 .Iumm I.I WLJRTMANN Y coLLsf-:N lx-NURPI-Iv n LOUISE E cvIaIsrENsEN an lintuvrmig nf Svnuth Elalxutn BARBARA J JENSEN 'KENNA G LANE CYNTHIA L BALL MARY G REIMAN EAN D MARTINSON DONNA L RICE GERALDINE 5 DRAPER PEGGY J LEA of YVETTE L BAKER VICKI L IVERSON L. 1' - KAREN L FIEARTIHSON JOY L SYHRE MOLLY J MCCUY GAYLE A BRANDS!-'A CAROL A ALNE MRS LLIEIE FRQDLEY LINDA 'Id COREY TAMMI L GRABEFR BETH A FRYE SUSAN WONG FAVELA C HOLI5 New R CAROL J SKJOLDAL JACALYN K LENTz ossomn 5 Iaowvss MARILYN L STRUYK JANE L MARSH LIS A HAYNQIY 7 LYNN Nl BUECHLER sus .I BECK ' SHIRLEY IEEE A' SLISAN E mLcuLLbuGH! B LYNN Huggg I..-'HMI cw-ww. sms.. II... um. N.. Ven Chi Omegas showed their enthusiasm for Dakota Day activities by building the first place womenis house decoration, making the fifth consecutive year that the Chi Omegas have won a homecoming event. The girls are also known to direct their energies toward Charity Carnival, which they have won for 11 consecutive years. Last year over 3800 dollars was raised for eharity. Chi Omegas have been the editors of the Coyote for three years, and last year's Volante editor and president of Publications Board was also a Chi O. They are aetive in union committees, Slu- dent Senate, Courts, Young Dems and Republicans. Chi Omegas are also included in the ranks of Alpha Lambda Delta, Guidon, Mortar Board, Who's Who, Little Sisters of Minerva, Creseents and Little Sisters Jof Apollo. CHI OMEGA VICKY K VAWERVORSTE SUSAN J GILUS KATHY L CGINCRS JUNE A MEISENHOLDER MARY M. DEMARANVILLE VICE FREs.- Errrcwsncv lkrppa Alpha 'hrta Alpha Ilihn Qlhetptrr 5HELLgY J wil-50N CHRISTINE DUNCAN Cd- KAVHEIINE A WESSEL CONNIE V GUSTAFSCN LONN E L GERDES LILITA V ZVEJNIEKS PATTI A WXRNZTTE NANCY B PFEIFER JACKIE K TAYLOR SUSXN F? OIAU4 ANNE N GRIGG NANCY I. ABBUYT PAM K SKAVANG BRENDA K ELLWEIN CANDACE L PASCHAL KRISTI L HOLTER MARYANN DRENKHAHN LOIS K COCHFANE J SHAW BECKY KENT MRS 1 g . I . I - I I I I I I IMLIF A BEDOCIW SHERIDAN L CASH PAT H RIDDLE FIHONDA L ANDEPSEN STEPHANIE K ORR CHARLOTYE K THOMAS ELIZABETH A SHREVES DAWNE L YATES BARS K SHARP MARTHA J WEST CATHY E HANSEN CATHERINE CARVER SUSAN G ALBERTSON Frivmlesliip. vom-4-rii and iiivnlvviiwiit typify Kappa Alpha Tin-tu's zippruuvti to Univvrsity lift-. Fin'sirl4's, r'4'ti'1-nts and football trips urn: just ll few ways Tltvtzts slturv fun ltll10S with tlwir sistm-rs. Tltvtus km-p involvvcl in thi' vzunpus scrunu through Uninn 1'mnmitt4'4-s. svlmlustiv hmmrarius, Strollers, Swing Out, Dakota Day. und vuric-cl cwgainizutiuns, Indi- vicluul im'1nlwrs am' 4-lu-urIuz14Ivi's. lwuuty quccns and Phi Bvtu Kalppus. Com'i'rn for tlmsv uutsidm- tht- mllugc world is kvpt alivt- by pztrtit-:Q for nlvntully rt-turtle-rl vhildrc-it, visits to thc Cripplvct Clliltlt'l'l1nS Hospital, uml fuml raising for tht- lnstitutv of lmgupu-tlivs. KAPPA ALPHA T HETA nf , I Q4 ' "5 " is I 5 , . I L C0.LEEN S. TIICFSON KATHRYN M. Cl-ISICK EDIE M.FRENCH KE E HEINE ROSANNE KQUISSELL LINDA K HAZDI CLLLEEN R SCHOEPP SLBAN F STRAND JLDY KANDESON NORMA LHEHREN BARBARA J EDWARDS JANINE Y CRONE CYNTHIA A UOSS , . , -. -I . , . --- WW ,. . ii : pg-'25 . . 'X A W 2 I I w -I , I I 1 , fi . L. I I' I .- H I , fi: I Y I 'IA , kr. 0:1 , ij f, I I V ----'- I.. I v - A COLLEEN SEATON SUS4-IN HNEYVBERG MARYLOU WILLITS JAN KNELSON MQFIV BETH NEHGD? JANICE M LAGERLDF ANN L HAMILTON JACLYN J.I'IINKEI.DEY BAFBAFA J BRIDGE SANDRA LE YEONVIN CPIFISTINE L JORGENSON MARTHA J LEE fWfA5URSR'2IID, SEM, SDCIAL AWK? V E-YND SEM EN. IIDVISUT ILP-END SEN MCNUIL HWISURV 9 -QND SKM PRESIDENT-ZND SEN PRESIUiNT'I5T SEN NENTAL ADVISOR V P'I5T SEM NWN. ADVIEUZ V P-IST SEM SOCIAL FIDVISORVP-'ISI SEM YWCA'-SUNEH-IST SEM Iai iam: mi f ' If I 7 2 I , H JAN I. HOLMGREN MAFLSHA G NEUMAN DEBORAH J.STENGEL JEAN E HANNA LIND1 V HANSEN I ,-' , PATRICIA ACONNOR CARO. J YCUNGBER3 SALLY J GTIS JANET M D055 JANE S MCRFIYT fn-Y 1 I 1, I , I 1 1, ' K 1 g .5 ,Q-Egkgf, lf. I f NUI J I I ' Q 1 Q I 1 lfluiurrnitg nf Svuuth Enkuta n v -I I ' I ..?, -,, . ,,, ,,, , J , , V - -- , 4, ki, A y , MARY DNN SCHCEPP PATRICIA I NIELEN .IMI M. EIECKI-IAM LORI A SCUILY BKFIBARA J HOUK JANE L. BARTUNG LDURE A DJMMERMUTH IWOXIA J DGVUTNY PISTRICE J HAWEY PAMELA J CIMPL S15 A BUNKER CCNNE A ELEDSUE -'l"'T'2-lf, 4 A I. -lg ,.. - . .. I ' .- ' Le , I x . . , .1 , W-, ' SHELL J ODEA OLQOL L LUHFCRD .UD G, DELERIDGE CEOLEE JULE SFREETNLXN SJSAN A STEJSLAND IWQCY C PGPOVEH NARCY E IMGLOTILEN PIARCIA E ARNII' CAYHYA AWE SEFIYL, L STOUT 55-'AN M WILEER JANET E SBLEY KAY A SCHILLER Mousiucmzn - JACOUELYNKFRLEDHOFFV susan K swuoem W mann 1 ,w ,. ' 'H - Pm rc mea soma L OLSON crmsnrs Rmmcsa wav E svom naasma J Glaser: owen Eo..sEN ' LAUHAFPETERSON EAHTIAH Lrcocn mam: L BEAN LJTHIWN J nwscn Tlu- past your lound thc' Pi Phis pionocring among womcn's lratornitivs with thi: IC-'71 whiuh sua-ks to dovclop pertinent activitii-s not only within vliaptvr lift- but beyond it. It strives to vrvalt' grtvator involvumvnt ol tht- whole chapter in planning and pri-st-nting nm-w programs. Women ol Pi Beta Phi arc in- volvm-d in snvli honorurios such as Alpha Lambda Delta, Gui- don. Mortar Board. and Who's Who. They arc also at-tivo in Studvnt St'llillt', union and D-Day mmmittocs, and religious and social organizations. Pi Phis are known on campus as rnoinlwr:-z ol Litth- Sisters ol lVlinorva. Lambda Chi Crcsccnts, and thu 1-urrvnt Rosle of Dt-lta Sigma Pi. Pi Beta Phi supports thu Arrowmt-nt Svhool in Gatlinburg, Ttmnossoc. Arrowmcnt makcs urls and vralts and is acrcruclitml through the Univorsity of Ti-liil4re4st't'. ,nf PI BETA PHI , . . . . I I I . I I IW . 1 I I I I I I I I I I I Y I JOSEPH R. MANNING 'TERRY G.sHANGREAux rmvm M. EARGEN RICHARD .J MANNING DAVE A.REMPEL TERRY L LARRINGTON H. LANCE METTLER BARRY A. LAPP BARRY G LEEEAU socuu. CHAIR. PLEDGE YRAINER PLEDGE cuss PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT YREasuREn Rouse MANAGER PLEDGE TFIAINER socuu. CHAIR. Alpha 'au IIBmrgz1 W I f. Brita lipzilnn Qlhaptrr Iajll "5 DAVE LTHOMAS WILLIAM R SCHMIDT PAUL W.MITCHELL 1 gr E AL YUNGCLAS JOHN C ROTHSTEIN WINSLOW S BURNETTE ., I , . I if .f If A .,' , ", f 'I , 'A 1 V, . fr- I '. . - f ' " " 15111112 rmig n ,,. XI if' If 4- .Quiz -2' I ' . X . X. g7HLIfh EZIIZIITEI V j. I . A 2312 GARV W ROBINSON- MARK L WINTER GARY S WALTER5 BURFORD TANYA L. POPPE BOB W. MILLER JEFF D RINEHART KEVIN BEHAN MASCOT SINEEYHEART BRYAN W PHARRIS RONAIJJ K COLOMBE ROBERT C WEAVER ARLYN C SCHAIBLE BRENT W. RAHN PATRICK L. MILLER BRAD A I-IANSEN BILL J. HANSON RICK S. HANIMRICH NICK R BRANDNER Y RICHARD K. SOYK ,. . I I -I MARK M METTLER CAREY J. LAP? ARNIE E. I-IENRICKSON ALAN E, GLODT MICHAEL D.ADUDDELL ROBERT P NIOONEY KENT ACONOVER JOHN D. GRAHAM TERRANCE W. SMITH MIKE R. BAKER f if i i r f. 1 f ' , N ! , ,i ,,. L L. -f ti Y J 1 ALPHA TAU MEGA Alpha Tau Onurga lurtlu'r4-tl its vommunily rt-lations this yvar by having a huul-raising drivv for the Svnior Citizons Cvntvr ol Vt-rnlillion. Tlu- mon also unter- tainvtl. vlvain-al up, inaintaineftl and lu-lpc-tl with lhf' claily routinvs of thu Dakota Nursing Homo. In tht-1 Spring tht- vollvgt- howl tc-am was tuulvfcatfrtl, lVlomhurs art- avtivu in union t'0llIll1lllt't!S,, Young Ropuhlivans, and Young Dvinovrats, Strollers, Dakotans and all intra- nturals. Thai Alpha Tau Otnc-gas are known for their partivs such as the Tom ,loncs party, Western party, and thc Crt-asm-r party. D-Day was a big clay for the tnomlmcrs, vulminating in a post-gamc social hour and rlinnor in Sioux City with alumni and parents. - ,., 1, , - 1 1 - - - J 1 - 1 - I THOMAS C. BARMZYTV DONALD D GJSARSON JIM NELSON ORLAN H. LARSON A RUSSELL C, MCCOY RONALD R RISTY KLRT V ROBERTS MICHAEL D. DAY FRED 5.NA5SER J3RNR1KALlSZEWS!G STEPHEN C.5KOG TERRYR HACECKY DENNIS L MJRSCHEL BILL H FRE! CLIFFCRD D LUIKD 1 . . 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 KIM s KLsTsc1-axe I scmT1m1xAHLzR :max Apersnsom :revs mmcrma. Mnuaws me u scsmmen H MOCHAEL Huoemsswczn LAPHY mavfezm xevm P Mccof JAMES Fa Keenan DAVE aamocs sem M Mccov scoff 0, msnssoa srzvm G Lomnen JERRY PPUL o'cou1:oR BRCPHVIS1' RUSH :HAWK AYNLETIC cuaxn PLQNY KUNNSIR TREEUREE 'UCB VRESIUENT PFESIUENY RECORDKR COPKSKEREYAUPI ALUMNI SECREYIRY SCNUIJSNC CHIEF SDCKAL CHAIR 5YWOU.fR'3 mnfcfofl ,bf 3 134 7 .15 f H Y 7 I 1 'SL-j Lf! 4 9' Q fig, 'g"x f .1 1 L1 z1f 1 - 4 P121 P121 I ' 'LF " TE I ' ' L, 1 ,H I ' I , 4 4 . A .Q 1. 1 k, 5 L 1,-' IP' ' :Lui Q5 Q t Q. .I A , U ,X L 1 L' :JI 1 . 5 ., er-1, I . . Q1 - . J ,, , 1 , , -.-. ' , Y - 1 U' ' 1 ' I "' ' ,IJ H1 rg. J1. 1' 1957 " 1 ' 1 . .. 1595 7 1.. , ' f 4' ,, x. , ', 5' ', M1 vf I' 1 1 ' 1 f .. ' f N f' 75 U N 'f 1. .1-1' 'L , 1' 11 1 f u. ' ' . it R .. .1 9. . 1 ,Q 4 2 51. 15 L ,X ' 13 E, . ,11 .f Nm f. , -: 1 , -1 ' -f 1 . , : ' 1' A .3 'f .PQ ,jx g- 4 5 ' : 1' f f 1 11.-1-.1 ' 1 1 , .4 "Q non n Bova L mvxn Russzcx naman. I FIALBRACHT mvm L Lswms srsvzn wereocnzvr 1 g F E oou sfmoue SNL EASTMAN cranes J KUNSTLE wc s.enEENPxELo svsvs A sfmv A v . 11' . 1- 1f"1' '1.," - J 1 Y ,'1 W I 'Y' : f I Nj i . K Rt "11 UW si ' 1 N 312 --1 -1- . V1 '1 1 .I .--1 I ev .. 'f ,J .L W 1 0 .- 1:1 1 I V .1 1 , V -,nj 51 , 4 K P . 1, . ' U 11 ' '1 '- 1'7" U1 - - 1 ' .1 Q - '. 1 5 , .1 r 11 - ' A 4 1,1 111 'HUIUPTEITH nf Snuth Bakuia 1 K , 1 1 11 . 1 'N 151,543 ., na: T 1 fy , 1 -A ff, .Q Y : ,fy , ,. Tum s PERRY THOMAS c.wvNlA MICHAEL J.BREsnE cms A KENNEDY MQCHAEL Lmnosaem cams s .ruEL .xox-N A.?1E?g"'F'EEfE T DAVID A WILLIAM J1coPE MYCHAEL E. wmms ,1 A' if ' , ' .. WY n W ' my 172,61 ' " +fi?5'4 -1 -'. I it V' t i L AV 5 fix: , 1 r A 1- 1, - 5 - 1 1 L1 -' 1 ff' 1 1 1 ' 'N 1 sf- 1 111 1 11 T - ' ' " N ' " 1 ' 2 1 1 1 ' 1- u .11 c-1 .1 - .c 1 - ,,: 1 111 . 5 1 1 1 ., 1-1 . 1 1 .1 . , 1 .1 -f . . . . 1 . . - .1 L1 1, 7 .V -1 g X .F .I , , 1 kv? L L-f if -'I' N -A '. 1 va , , 1. 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'Si -in 1 " ff -1' 'B' - -"' ' ' 's 153' , gi- -1 Y " J' I - ' ' 1 ' " I "' -' 1 1' - ' ,' 1- 4 'H sl' . ' ' '- I .' , . . ' :T 1 1 -1 . -1 1 xx 1 1 -1 .1 1 1 1. .1 1 L f f' " 1' L' , 1 Q4 Q i - ' ' 1 g, 1 , 1-L 1 ' 71? " i 'z 'L ' 1 E-, - 'Aff' ' Q 7 " -1 ' ' 9. 1 1 if f . 1 "' N N N JAMES c umsm' sasconv H moms mum R scnwns zuwmo RGAILAGHER STEPHEN A euocsw WILLHAM c LOCKWOCO mmm A moms mm L Luna stave R wsmnuns ' aoesnr o memes .mam R was .1 51mm HEFFERNAN 1v1L1J::.1 .1 LMVLESS mix E swmsow MAN amnsrr -.l..- ,YL 7.7, .1 Y... l ini lil FBI all 1 BETA THETA PI Gamma Alpha of Beta Theta Pi has enjoyed another year of growth and achievement on campus. Last year marked the firsts for tht- Bela house in intramurals, Strollers, and second place in lVlothcr's Day Sing. This fall thc Bctas took lop honors for best thcmc application in D-Day float competition and intramural cross country, tennis and golf. Beta Theta Pi participated in a number of service projects this year including the Inter-Fraterni- ty-Pan Hcllcnic sponsored Muscular Dystrophy fund raising drivc and the annual Christmas party for local retarded children. The Bctas also held their second annual fund raising la Crosse marathon this fall with the proceeds going to the fight against sic- kle cell anemia. Socially this year was noted for several success- ful exchanges, the annual Beta Beans, and a Spring formal. P Ji Ks x s...z 81 E ' S1 5 xn '-it 3 i . 1 1 1- . 7, . . .. .. 4 L , . srsvs c CURREN JERRY A FLYNN GARY L NIELSON STEPHEN M voGEL JM M STROMMEN FRED a.anNu5R BRUCE P NOLOP R104 T WERNER Rlcn KASCH A MARK moamow ROBERT s DEMPSTER RODNEY STALLPON mer: :7 LAWSON JAMESD CASSAT X1-'.' ' ,dp . V Y ' F --.rf - 11 , ' Ai," .' 4- ' M I 1 - 'Q '14-91" 2 ' 14 " V 1 4 cb .-L4 5 1511i 1 ' 6' gr: W --12 LBVSNL1 ' fl 4 'ff -.' 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HARRIS MICHAEL E UNKE DAVID A SCHELLIR 1 g QTL SYEVE C WELLIS ROBERT J FULEY STEVE L ETTLES FKBERT D KASCH MICHAEL B ELLEFITSCN ' -9 L 2 -- -'.:::.arg X i-:QA f 1 Y Y 4 5 ' fb-111 - 1- r r .1 , A: V 'Y'-f? xl N , ,.-1 -Y , .3 1 'me 1 . 1-' 2 A 1 .ia - . -1-1.11 1. 5 1 ' , IAQ 15.5, ' ea. 'JM '10 1 11 " 9' - .gf .U 1 RU I . ,U 5 , 1:1 A .4 of, X ,W . X' ! F . X- ' 1 Y . ' , , V J 51 . 'L . ,, 11 1 L - F . ' N hi 1 .-W 1, 1 ' L- 1 . ,, 1 . Q , at ,I 41 Y - , -If 5, 1 1 4 15 1 1 5 1 L 1 1.1 - 1 murrm g n v-nn L er n a V .1 ., 1 1.4 ' R' 1 E 4 , L 11' srsvzn .1.MzRr+1eAN 'nm N. asnsm MARK 1. aasumn sown s cermsu GERALD vnlsrrs LJVIMSSTTDN JERRY L sonensrmm RACK M BUTLER ' GARLANbYg 151557 o:.r11fL BL-.-1555 NUUSE SPIRIT I PRUSENOYHEH , , 1. N. -T f L W 1 fi v . In .F N I ' Y 3- Y AL ' . Y I 11 1 A ,A X 1' ,R .14 1 JSA ' -f AJ, 1- 1 5 1 3 - I if ' f ' s 1 F' : SZ 1 "5 V 1 4' : -'11 3 ,Aj 1 . 1, , i. 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SORAWNN JOHN P TICE 11.4 1-.........1.. 1 The Delta Gamma Chapter of Delta Tau Delta fraternity has remained active not only on the USD Campus, but also nationally hy maintaining its distinction as one of the top ten houses among 130 Delt chapters. On campus the Delts ranked second with a grade point of 2.89. Canvassing the town, the Dells sold 35550 worth of Christmas wrapping and used the money to put on their annual Christmas party for needy children. The Dells made an impressive showing again this year on the football field, taking second place. Highlights of the social activities this year were the fall formal at the Marina Inn in Sioux City and a comeback of the roaring twenties party. tv I 'l?-.:.':::'-- 4 1 I- '1-'L-:-.7--5 ii' .J ,la DELTA TAU DELTA ERA AT 4 -t 'VV51 l - .,.- 1... . 'lip ' Wd 213.5 -' ,. 'ff' ff f - ,f-7. X .Q -A me-iii? "fly ' - I., .- ., ,. .Sy ,- N, 'iwifl' -27 Xs- -nQ I ill! lm! 4 F 5 !!!tt52g ill iii 3 , Mg: fiiiiif "vm: ,- YY W, I I - , . . . ,I . I I - v I I I I "I IEITH B. WYMAN JOEL L PATTERSON ANTHONY J. VANGOOR ROGER R SMITH EPHRAIM REMPFER ROBERT R. REX ROBERT l..LEVELL JR. EDWIN G. NILL DALE G. JOHNSON SECRETARY vIcE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT TREASURER RusH.cHmR. 4 vita lipnilnn f I C' 'J mm lIa34"5m9u3' W 1.1 72 lu I II JAMES R. PREMU5 STEPHEN J. VANGOOR ROBERT L. RYKEN 1- AMW Tnoomnu' -I' -I CRAIG S. SLETTEN RICHARD L, BRUYER MICHAEL J. CONSTANTINO liniuvrzitg uf Smith Eakuta QV ..- .- ,I , J A ... DOUG M. TUDEHOPE JEFF' N. LOGAN SEAN 'If NIORIARTY AUBREY F VOSS JAMES H. LANCBTER JAMES 'IT REIMER WAYNE C. SCHMIDT J. STEVEN HORMAN DOUGLAS A. GOSS FACULTY ADVISOR 1 I .,,, 1- . . . I ' ' ' ' 'll DON J. HOTZ RICHARD R. MESSERSCHMIDT CRAIG R. MCINTYRE RAY W. THOMAS' KENNETH A. COX JAMES W. GREEN TERRY L. BREWICK DANIEL L. HERTING I MICHAEL C, DONNELLY ' CHARLES J. BLIGHTON DELTA UP ILO The newest fraternity on campus, the Delta Upsilon fraternity, has moved into its second year with strong showings in scholarship and social activities. The chap- ter held the highest grade point average among the USD fraternities for three semesters. Its members have ac- tively participated in debate. athletics, and student gov- ernment. Social activities included the Winter, Little Sistcr's. and Spring lormals. The DUs participated in the IFC Nluseular Dystrophy Drive and also held a Christmas party for retarded children last December. Formerly the South Dakota Alpha Delta Upsilon Col- ony, the present chapter received its charter in installa- tion ceremonies held in May, 1971. f tl 'i l i , t I 1 i 1 l Y L MBDA CHI ALPHA This year the Lambda Chi Alpha chapter here and the one at SDSU worked together to raise 3200 in their annual football run and donated the money to the United Fund. The chapter also gave a party for the children from the Crippled Children's Hospital in Sioux Falls. The presidents of Hippocrates Club, Geology Club, Inter-fraternity Council, vice-president of Student Publications Board, and chairman of the Special Entertainment Committee are only a few of the University offices held by Lambda Chis. Members are also active in Young Republicans, Union and D-Day committees, Student Senate, Omicron Delta Kappa honorary and Political Science League. As a group the Lambda Chis have won first place trophies for MOlllCf,S Day Sing two years in a row, second place in the annual Strollers Show 119711 and D-Day decorations awards. STEVEN R WEDEKING GARY L HAUGER DAVE L PUTBRESE JOHN S NELSON GREG D BECK DAVID E ATKINSON STEPHAN D SCHROEIR CPRISTOPPER EVANSSHAAD MARK D LYONS THOMAS D BURKHEAD ROBERT A MURPHY RID FOSS SECRETARY VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT TREASURER 15111 EAI-LLIIHQLER hrta I GARY L GAEDE JACOB O BRINKMAN LARRY T NEPPL JAMES M MIDDENDORF Cir: 6 GARY L LUND GEORGE V HANCE DAVID L DAEGES THOMAS E KIERNAN 27110.15 HUIUPFHITQ uf Snuth Eakntu ROBERT TODD HYDE JOHNNY L VANN BARRY 'I' BRUNER STEVE R MERRICK MICHAEL L MATTSON LINDA J JOHNSON PAUL E JOHNSON PAUL J JOSLIN WILLIAM J NEPPL JOSEPH P ANDERSON LESLIE C PAYS SVIEETHEART JOHN D KIERNAN DEAN M SPARTZ JOE EVEN CRAIG A OLSON DAVID R CASE RICHARD B GRAVERSEN JOHN G DENNIS KENT J VAHLSERG CLAYTON G COOCH ANTHONY D DOCK WILLIAM T JOFIDETH DAVID L LUBECK , I I I I I CHAFILE G RILEY JAMES M HARRIS KRK C MCDONALD DAN J BEFINHOLTZ DALE C TIGGES POBEFIT J ERICKSON DOUGLB C STEWART LOWELL D SHAW JOHN A SUHUNBKIE BRIAN I1 MAYER INEVEN -1 MULHOLLANJ ALAN R SCHROEDER , , . , . WYW ,WH , , . . Y L, , I .. , Z, V Y . , , . ..-, I - - I a H 7 2 gl., , . J :J-.LL ,Q-, " .Fy- E'. I . . . . 'II I I I ' " ' f I I . - Z' If IA: :'4n" - - - - . . , . . 7 - . . . ,, W - I f -1 . ,, , . . , . - - . I 1 . - - I W- - - in , . . . . . I I ..,,,-x - ,Lh I f 7- -f I iq nam-on cg-Hymn. sm: um ., , PHI DELTA THETA For thi- st-voml 1-ollst-t-illivv yt-ar, tht- mon ol Phi Dolla Thvla won l5'rat1-rnity Lf-agiiv Football. During tht- haskethall svason lhvy tit-d lor first. losing only onv ganna ln tht' lint' ol' sports. st-vt-ral Phi Di-Its art' inc-niht-rs ol tho University foot- ball. swimming. and gynmastic' loams. Thi- mon of Phi Dvlla Thvta arc nuvinlwrs of tho program ffounvil, Dakota Days vonunittm-1'. Dakotans, Strollers, Student Court and St-natv. and Union tioniniilte-vs. Thuy also partiri- patt- in 4'lu't-rlvatling. tht-atri-, radio and ttrlvvision work. The positions ol' lntt-rfratt-rnily tvounvil prosidtvnt, Union Film roznntittvt- vhairman. and Volantt- Assouialt- Nvws Editor are lillud hy Phi Dolls. Thi' group as a whola- artivvly participate-d in tht- Crt-ck Nlusrular Dystrophy drivt-. Nationally, South Dakota Alpha of Phi Delta Theta had the honor to ln- nominal:-tl lor tho Silvf-r Star award. -1.3 -1 up V N lv ..., in N. 'IEE 51114 f IL 5. -Q. K IL x- -,415 gg-4-.,.. 3 JEFFREY S WIEELE KENNETH LSHABNU GARILIIDLLEI' BYRON T HOHM TPIOMCSH UJDN ICHAFID C NCFWLN MCHOLB LSTDCKING DAVID' SCALBERG W MICH:-EL FLM "L,fF'CFI'7 A PAVSOY LDJGLAS M ELLWEN .ISWE H WESIER JIM I LEE WARD F TWET MKIHDEL J MALONEY ,v"" 'il Q 6,-. L.. 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N - . l l SIGMA ALPHA EPSILO Pride and anticipation are the kcy words to describe the foclings of the mcn of the South Dakota Sigma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The chapter is proud of its intramural football championship. Members of thc chapter are active on campus as members of varsity athletics, studcnt senate, Omicron Delta Kappa, Dako- tans, Strollers and other honoraries. Social activities this year included thc Playboy party and cxchangcs with sororities including their Strollers partners, thc Thctas. Working with the Thetas, the Sig Alphs rcccivcd an award on their D-Day float. , Qi 'I L I V -Q l x K n j 1 X, gm- X. xym: F . lv lh,,g,!f:iL'3'N ' A ,1 1, ffm. DOJGLAS E VANWBTEN MICHAEL 'c. viinowem GARY' D. HERMANEON JOHN A WEIGER KEITH T, CARIJLE CHRISTOPHER B EWCON STAN wmv nomm escorrsre TERENCE W,McC-ABE seams scnuunmams moms c.MAssnANz Lee R weaen RUSH CHAIR TREASURER LY COMMANDER CUMMANDER RECORDER RIDGE MARSHAL I 1 I 1 Emil .1 "' ,I . 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Lust Spring the Sigma Nus sponsored a fifth and sixth grade basketball tournament. This event for a local charity has become an annual occurrence. The Sigma Nus also visited the Crippled Children's Hospital in Sioux Falls this year. The Sigma Nu pledges sponsored the annual pledge Pow-wow with the Alpha Xi Delta pledge class. For the first time the Sigma Nus are working on their own Strollers Show. Their partners this year are the Alph Phis. W WW 'BWV W' WWfW W 1' "W W WW W WW WW W WW W WWW W W WW I W WW WW W W W W W W W W WW' W W W WW 1 'WWWW W W WW WWW WW W W WW WW WW W WW W, W .WW WW W W WW' W W W WW W WW' W W WW! WWW W ' WWW. WWW W WW WW 'W WW W W 'WW .W -.WWW WW HW W W, W . 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Following tlw traililion, llll'1lt'lllI'lll1'llTlilifll- Civiv si-rx'i4-v im-lmla-il Crvvk spoiison-cl vliarity funvtimms. , llliw Htl! will .lg.,.lIll ln lulmlu 'annum uuluml Avtivitia-5 un vampus tlmt im-ii uf 'l'au Kappa Epsilon arm' ,, .f .f .fl DORMS 1 v BEEDE - Bcvmlc hall, only six years olrl, houses throc hunrlrccl twc young woinvn ol' thi: Univorsity. An annual Christmas party with mrighhoring Nlikkolson hall, inclivirlual parties on can holiday, and 1-xvhangos with n1on's dorms, cliaractorizc dor life for lhv Bucilu girls. The girls thcmscrlvcs are active in ink lrarnurals. Chris Croar prcsiclus over the officers, inclurlin Joan Davidson, vim--prusiflcrttg Donna Sturclivant, secretary Patty Wilson, tri-asurorg and ,loan Cosvh, sorial chairman. i BROOKMAN - One hundred ninety-eight mate USD students elaim a room in Brookman Hall. The men participate in Dakota Day aelivi- ties, intrainurals, and hold extxhunges with women's dorms. A projeel this year was to investigate the possibility of showing movies in Brookman. Laeotah dining hall serves both .lulian and Brookman at this time. Riehard Arnold heads the list of oflieers, with Paul Steele as vice-president and Chuck Triddy as seeretalry-treasurer. BURCESS - New paint. new 1-urtains,and new lounge furniture brightened up the home of one hundred eighty girls living in Burgess Hall this year. The aetive Burgess girls participate in Univer- sity aetivities sur-I1 as Dakota Day house decoration competi- tion, Charity Carnival, Swingout, and intramurals. Along with the eon:-:tant popcorn parties of dorm lite, the girls have spe- vial parties for the seniors and at Christmas. Vynita Jacobson serves as president of Burgess along with Sue Olinger, vice- president: Kathleen Babroek, seeretaryg ,loan Liehig, treasur- er: and Glenda Fry, social ehairman. JULIAN - Julian hall was honored to build the queen's float for tho Da- kota Day parade this year as part of their homecoming activi- ties. The men of Julian showed their concern for community affairs as they rlribblcd a basketball to SDSU at Brookings for the Easter Seal Campaign. 'The completion of their new lounge was a great addition to the dorm and set the tone for many successful parties and cxchanges. As always, Julian hall mon were aetive in intramural sports. Tim English is presi- dent of Julian hall, with Sam Pcrschaw, vice-presidcntg Bob McQuissen, ser-retaryg and Bob Dappcn, treasurer. MIKKELSON - Mikkelson hull fielded dedicated football and lmsketlmll team this past yt-ar. Extrliainges and a Christmas party with Beede hall constitute this dorin's activities. The three hundred and eight men of Mikkelson share the Commons dining hall facili- ties with Olson, Richardson, and Beede halls. Mikkelson offi- cers im- Kim Murphy, pt-usirlmitg Doug Suhr, vice-presidentg Tim Peterson, treasururg and Leon Schaihle, secretary. NORTON - Dakota Day was velebrated hy Norton hall girls with house decoration and a tea for parents after the football game. Social avtivities included a Christmas party, and an exchange with Julian hall. Norton hall also houses an enthusiastic basketball team. The one hundred and ninety women of Norton hall, along with tht- women of Burgess, enjoy the dining facilities of Lacotah hall in the Coyote Student Center. Norton hall offi- cers are Jennie Woodruff. presidentg Kathy Martin, viee-presi- dentg Sheril Olinger, lreasurerg ,Ian Peck, secretary: and JoAnn Johnson, Cindy Lichter, and Kathy Lundberg, soeial Chairmen. 0,'0 l OLSON - Along with partivipzltion in inlrznnuruls the enterprising men of Olson hall have set up their own ping pong and pool tour- naments during the pusl school your. Showing movies for all the dorms in the complex was anollwr project. Exchange parties and at winning Dakota Daly float built in u joint effort with Rithzlrrlson, higllliglited the social activities of the three hundred and eight Olson men. Olson hull is very proud to publish its own paper. the "Olson Odor" for the information and entertztimnent of the men. Bruce Gillette serves as presi- dent and Terry Kren as st-eretary. RICHARDSON - An award-winning flout the best "tez1rjerker" in the Dakota Day pamela-sl1n'tecl the your sturvessfully for the three hundred and two women of Riehurdson hull. The float was a joint effort with Olson hull. Several exc'lu1r1ges and parties with Olson hall also highlighted the your. Rielizmlsoii women participated in intramurals and last Springfs Swingout, and act as foster par- ents for a young boy of Latin America. 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Ll-.inn ,,,l.i -H., - 104 l'X CHEERLEADERS "Here we go Coyotes," is a familiar strain led by the red and white garbed cheerleaders. Their smiles, crowd-pleasing routines and rousing pep are an integral part of that "old fighting spirit" that has brought success to the Coyotes. And of course, the game wouldn't be the same without the Coyote mascot himself. In the midst of cheers, hisses and flying objects he continues to delight USD fans and exasperate both opponents and referees. The wrestlers also got a new Iilt this season when Mat Maids en- tered the scene to cheer and assist at matches. l 1 -F-xg., 52.5, -'V L... . Bail -pf- H ,-1 f...,a-.1 . U M ... 7, -a W iw A 2.2.--1 -- flair? H, ' .kg - v - 1 U , ..i1w.,- .,. 'IO I TRAMURAL Intramural sports cover a range of eleven sports and remain a source of enjoyment to many. Champions this year in the fall and winter activities were: five-mile bicycle relay, Delta Tau Deltag foot- ball, Sigma Alpha Epsilong basketball, law students, swimming, medical studentsg and wrestling, Julian Hall Bombers. Spring intra- murals include volleyball, softball, golf, bicycle race, tennis and track. Each tcam earns points for participating and placing in each event. Points arc totalcrl and a travelling trophy goes to the team with the most points. VO- ..,.a04r0s. KFW ANL 5 LHS ,' .X"1, .4 l07 FOOTBALL Although ,lov Salvnfs Coyotcs rompilud a disappointing 3-7 st-ason rt-rord in a tough stthudultf, tht- statistirs show that thostr samt- Coyotes sat twelve now Univvrsity records and tied four mort-. Computing against sovural of thc top-ranktrd teams in thc: nation, tht- USD team strt now game yardage marks for total offcnst- and first downs, 578 and 24, rvspcvtivcly, against Morningsidt-. John Sandvrs, Outstanding junior dofonsivo hack, now holds tht' st-ason and career pass interceptions records of 7 and 12, and matc'ln'd the record of 2 inttrrvcptions in one gamo. Sands-rs also ran hack the longest punt return in USD history, 85 yards. and tied the rovord of 19 returns in one sca- son. Tight t-nd ,lov Trudeau, also a junior, holds thc' pass-rccc-iv- ing rvrords of 543 yards in onv season, and was on the rocoiv- ing 1-nd of tht' longest, scoring aerial, 84 yards. Quarterback Tom Engleman hrol-cc the- f-arf-or passing mark hy upping his 3 yvar mark to 2723 yards, and his total f-art-o offt-new standard to 3034- yards. Barry Blue 's fivt- field goal.: and ,lim La-to's and ,lim Cl1cslt:y"s four rtrt'ovortrd fumhlcs als brokt' vxisting USD standards. Four Coyote playvrs madt- tho North Central Conference: first loam: Sanders, Trudvau, junior John Divine, and scnio lint-man Cont: lVlat'kt-n. Mat-kun's outstanding porformancc this yvar varnt-tl him tht' NCC titlt- of most valuahlc linvman and a ht-rth on lnoth tht- Littlt' All-Amorirza team and the Kodak All-Amvrican loam. A st-rious lilow was dtralt tho Coyotes when ,lon Calloway, a transfvr studvnt, was tlcclarvtl int-ligilmlv lwrrausc of a frcc-I agcnt vontravl hu had signed ont' summt-r in Canada, although ht' did not play for tht' tt-am. As a rt-sult tho Coyotes had to forfvit thvir Dakota Day win ovvr Morningsidt-. Tha- Coyotvs finisht-d with a 3-3 rc-word in the NCC, tying for fourth plaw. Ia .. r, v 5 s :- - -,u fr' L7 .al1E3'ZTf3f'!'fVw T H 'Lili " , ' ' 'Ev 1 , 5-s,, '1"5V'.x- . , -- ...-l. - ,- r- -' 4. ""?'Tf - .J f-2.1-0--1-4-.-n we h Q-Mt, " nys.- y .,,s, .s, -,J A -' .- K -- 1" . -- -. ,V '- 2, ' . ' -l'.' f 8. Y"-ig "hm 1-4.. ,gg N ,s,- . ,,:,,.,-. -t -- -- , -f '--f- 11:-'ZALQ-.7-'.5-':. ,,-Nl. 040. , '... ,-.. ,.--,:.-' J.-F 42'.:1L-'gb 1. , v 't .. f- K- l' ll a '.,h5VV,.-QV, N M 4. J 1-4 s U it A . 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Sportswriters predicted a fifth place finish for Bob lVluleahy's Coyotes before the season began. But the USD team gained its momentum by taking the NCC Holiday Tour- nament championship for the first time in the event's seven year history. This victory was somewhat blunted by the loss of guard Steve Moses due to a knee injury early in the tourna- ment. With senior Tom Resncr replacing Moses, the Coyotes went on to round out the season with a 16-9 overall record. 6'7" senior Dick Authier was widely acclaimed as the out- standing team member, a possible candidate for Little All America. Authier led scoring and rebounding in many games and broke both NCC Tournament and USD rebounding rec- ords. Juniors Brent Fahnestock, Chuck Iverson, and sophomore Charlie Cutter fulfilled all promises of last season with steady excellent performances, while sophomore reserve Rollie Borth saw a lot of action. ll was a very good year for the Coyotes and the outlook is bright for future success. 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Il -nl I Oo USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD USD 62 St. Cloud University 70 Westmar College 104+ Marshall University 94+ Cleveland State University 96 University of Illinois 76 Warthurg College 99 Eastern Montana 76 University of Montana 74 Northern Iowa 68 Morningside 80 Augustana 72 Mankato State 72 Augustana College 77 South Dakota State 86 North Dakota State 65 University of North Dakota 82 North Dakota State 79 University of North Dakota 66 Augustana 83 South Dakota State 89 Northern Iowa 61 Morningside 65 Morningside 89 University of Milwaukee 4-I Mankato State 1 IIN 3 INF A disappointing season for Dave Trotter's wrestlers re- sulted in a win-loss record of 4-14-1, and a fifth place in the the North Central Conference Tournament. The loss of co-captain Tim McAtee and .lohn Cuckie early in the sea- son due to injuries undoubtedly hurt the grappler's chances. Before their injuries, 177 pound lVlcAtee took first place in the University of Nebraska-Omaha Tournament and Cuckie, 158 pound senior, was the champion of his weight class at the Air Force Academy Tournament. The Coyotes took fourth place in team points at both tournaments. Excellent individual records were compiled by juniors Randy Albrecht, 142 pounds, with a 16-3-1 recordg and Charlie Henkins, with a 14-6 record in the 126 pound weight class. RESTLING 4. JW-4, wt- ii -f "' 9 qv- 4:.x IQ ., 1 . ,, . I iff' I 1 ff-1 - -, , V ff 1 " -AF ' N o ' . 1 Q PA ,J ,. 11' ' 'K "gif s gi" ' ' - , " . if " .1515 1 V .-7 A I - - "vT"2lw- ,. ' , . 1 r '51, ' - 1 vi L x 'A-" , 1 , v E pr' rp 0 W 'J Ii. V wqay, f , 1 . l'-if ? M XA ..+ ..,.U5ir?1"-3 1' 1 . A i-1-b.I.w."' Tiflfii f iff-'-MIL, , if 1 f it ,ff if L. 'BF' J, Q Q i ' 17- :vfqb A W w. QQX " ,:-p.,f, xx' . Ti . . 2- ' , F Q ,gf iris 1. 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Junior- Roger Allen, a two-year letterman, also took individual honors this year. F 125 2 -JA-h, -- ,,.- 'R JEEP, END . f W, ,,,. . , 1 , . HF" :gre-.. if , . .,g'.'..s, .Xu n . - - 4 n ' ' ' ti'-T7 . . f' -uf: A ,-."?' - " 4 1 ' ' ' ,-f?'f,,Em' .-A116 . Yagi-.1--if w RY . rw , :LQ 'N-Q' M iq'-half , vw- ... 'ae' I f .A - , p-+:-.,k,- - 1 ., HH ,aqth -, . .,7u',r V . Q-1" . f 'H ' i . " ' 1.35:-' 2!f,L. Y , ' - Y . r .,'fy'f.5r', 433. .',,, 5"' . -n 'Qji,i3t'.5'iif -f' 'Q' 'K' 435534 ' If AYQQAQ . f ' f F ' .- 5' ff . , wr ' Jn- , ' s' - is "sf , 3 I ...Q- .lv P11-+-1-+-1+-1+ ri SWIMMING The Coyote swimmers lost 12 of 14- dual meets, but broke every existing school record. Senior Mark Reeder went undefeated in the baekstroke and is nationally ranked in that event. Now in the fifth year of organized swimming, USD's team has to face such disadvantages as small size - 11 swimmers for a 13 event meet - and inadequate facilities. "The morale and team spirit under these conditions has impressed me the most . . . these boys have repre- sented the University well, better than the record shows," says Coach McCullough of the swimmers. -' ' is-:a aiu .4 ff z K 'f ' up-.1 ' F." fi . ,' 4 A ' 1:1154- -1 V+ f ' 1- ' t R ' X AL 'fifglk X AQ . V 1. I 'L K , 4' f H1 A .az ' f'a'f'-'Q Q x I , 1 , 5, V . y " I"-'Q 'V if ' 5, "H 1' qi-r " A J. .inf P,-47 4 v 'r li if Q f Q ' "" , Wfpfbqfg J . t 'Y ' I 1. Q' W 5 I . .ff f.',gda'Q - V Y fir-l . ' X ' 'F 4, .T j'x 'raft 1 6 4 I Mx ,Ffh W , -.zw "1'v:': I 'F-vu N V I , K viding' ' I mga!" -- 4 Y , " "' 5 9 0? Q Q ' QQ Z3 ' ' V 1' f I, 4 T Q A ff. - Q. A xi ., "' : A --in 3 1 J 5 ,tw ' i 'P' ,ll H 'f1f9'gf"Q' k x -MX. v . Y , If 31-ff: , . 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' KYVIK 1 'fxg ' rw M ', sf- - -'N A 1 132. -f': pa' X. 1,5 5 .': Aff. 3 'L-.1 1 ' if 175, -P ' 1 T. 14 X. -fwfw - W 1 w'w :L f i Aix, , . 41 5.13, I Z QQ. ,Shy 1' VWWWY f?M'M . 3, . . . .f'i,'yq1.4,J.1 f. 5 f fr i ,. QQQSZ' WZVQXQ V IJ V Liv. ii .Wi g 5 gafp- rv: V :- 5. . J -A ar ' 1 f f W ,, . -'o -.n ,.,, LK ' ui. . " 1 'I ' Q f ' +3 w w 4- 1 2 231 v I-mx X ,x . ,wi infix b Mw9'V .w, , 1313 My 1 J '+ ' ' 35331 f ? fi 1 LH I x' -, , vi ff 1 ' Ay ' 'H' . ,F If TERIOLANDER A w V . ll ' ' 1 ..Q' XA 1011. '.,Q:ff,,1I I A was I . .QU y' K .lg.,.,,,, J 'A I . ' ' I ,PLN SECOND RUNNER-UP DEBBIE INBERG FIRST RUNNER-UP SHELLY WILSON "'w5?!w f ' 1 lf- , 9:11. ' I I A '31 Lgk' . 1 I . Seniors Audrey Aisenbrey Michael Albers Richard Alesch Dick Ames l James C. Anderson Sarah Anton Dick Authier Larry Anderson Connie Aschinger Bonnie Basl Linda Anderson Marla Ashum Gerald Beaubien James Anderson Ken Anglin Tom Assmus Don Begeman Terry Bollzv Roger Bomgaars Donna Booih Steve Booth Janice Bcgcman Francis Bcrcndes Tum Borg Nancy Bellach Karon Berg Keith Berglund Linda Bcnjamcn Milton Berg Teresa Bibow Loisrac Bcnnly Sharon Berg Terry Bocrhavc Kris Buotsma Rhonda Borchcrl Rochie Bock Connie Bouska ,Ianicc Bowers Jo Elyn Bowman Bruce Boyd Susan Brown Sylvia Brown William Brunick Barry Buehler Jodie Buehler Mary Beth Buchler Karen Buellner Renee Buhr Robert Burdick John Burke Daniel Burkey Marjori Burkordt Robert Burns Jeff Burrill Cheryl Burt Sherry Bushfield Patty Camp Jan Campbell Bridget Carda Keith Carlyle Katie Castor Jo Ann Chancellor Paltie Chmeler Bruce Christianson Bill Cink Barbara Clark James Clark Jeff Clausen Tom Collins Gary Colwell Nancy Coady Vickie Cooley Mary Pat Cowley Janine Crone 'I4 44 Terry Crow Dwight Cundy Karen Cuptill Claudia Curl Jeffery Curl Ann Curtis Donald Damstra Roberta Davis Debbie Dawson Rita Dement Kaye Dendinger Gayle Dice Greg Dice Carolyn Dirks Dennis Dilmanship Vance Doescher Sue Domonoske Richard Drew Carol Dunn Connie Dutcher Tom Duval Warren Egebo Vincent Ella Jerry Elster Roger Engle Elizabeth Erickson Keith Erickson Sandra Erickson Elizabeth Estee Rodney Fahey Steve Fcdt Frank Fiala Cary Fillingham Lois Fitzgerald Richard Fitzgerald Jo Ann Fjordback RoxAnn Fjordback Barbara Fletcher - Kris Folde Randy Folde LeRoy Gillospie Ron Cleystien Neil Gluckman Dick Goeken .lean Cosch Kenneth Greg Clifford Grinols Marvel Cullickson 5? Ronna Foster Vernon Foster Kitty Foy Mikal Franvis Edie French Margarvl Fry Kathleen Fuoss Kathy Garris Clairt- Caull David Gaylord Dan Cchharl Mika- Cculan Kara-n Cuplill Ron Haggor Mary Ann Hanson Paul Halvh Terrry Hac-cuky Stow- Hamm-rsma Diana- Hanson .Ivannv Hath Yvonnv Hagg Ann Hamilton Stow' Hanson Donnis Hayvs Brian Haggiv Mary Han:-svn Marsha Hardy Linda Ham-n Johan Hoga-man Linda Hcgor Amin-a Hr-indr-I Kristina' Hvinv 147 Larry Heinrich Dixie Hennessey Joylene Herbull Thomas Herrmann Daniel Hills Gary Hoblin James C. Hood Laurie Hilk Roberta Hollcman Barb Houk Marlys Hitzeman Pamela Holtman R0bCl'I21 Hubncr Rennie Hicks Dave Hogan Gene Homandbcrg Cilllly Hlwlig Roborl Jenson Tom Jenson Connie Johnson Don Johnson Walter Hummel Margaret Irwin Tony James Linda Hunlimor Dennis Jacobsen Dan Jenson Michael Husel Pal Jakso Jerry L. Jenson Kenneth Hyroninus Robert James Michele Jensen Mark Johnson 'I4 0 Sharon Kadingcr Frank Jones Brian Jones Brent Kaelestad G1-nu Kalzenbergcr Mary Kaus Kc-vin Kavanaugh Rodney Kazmerzak Bill Kennedy Gloria Kurkhove David King Mary King janet Kingsburg Lula Kinnan Mike Klatt Kathy Klipfel Terry Kneen Patricia Knutson Joseph Konst Becky J. Koslboth Norman Kostboth Karen Krotoska Nancy Krause Michael Kressin Ruth Krommenga Rodney Kruger Roger Kruse Linda Kuchel Pam Kuiper Bill Kulhavy Lylc Kurtcnbach Larry Larson Linda Larson Kathy Lathrop Merle Laurcnse Jim Lintz Marla Livingston Kathlecn Lockwood Gregg Lundberg Gene Lysler Michacl Maag .lane Maclscn Thomas Maluyc Mary Manning Kathy Martin Robert Martin John Masur Dan McAlhic Kevin McCoy Russell McCoy Mary McCrccry James K. McDonald Richard McFarland Sharon 'McGee Lynn McGregor William McLaskey Linda Mead Linda Mccnts Ken Mcicr ,lackiv Merkel ,lo Ann Meyer Vaugh Meyer Loon Mickilsch Dennis Miles Douglas Miller Marilyn Miller Michael Miller Sandra Miller Connie Mills Don Molstad Sheila Molstad Lynn Moran Susan Morehead Marcia Morrison Fred Moulton Kim Murphy Mary B. Murray Dennis Murshel James Meyer Wanda Myers John L. Ncart Barry Nelson Gene Nelson Jeff Nelson .lohn Nelson Richard Nelson ,lean Nicholson Tom Nicholson Nadine Nielson Tom Nilson Barbara Norc Arlif: Nitz William Novotny John Norbcrrk Donna 0'Conncr Allen Norrl Mary Jo Ollierding Jeanette Oliver Byron Orton Liz Owqgng Marlonc Olson Rod Ostcrloh La Donna Parks Richard Olson Sally Otis James Parry Susan Olson Tim Oviatt Karon P354-hal Rudy Pascal Dali: Pastiun Joan Patrick Joel Patterson David Pearson 56 Kathy 'Pecham Rob Perschaw Crystal Petersen Dan Peterson Joan Petersen Kim A. Petersen Peg Petersen Dave Pittman James Pompy Tanya Poppe Janice Poppenga Penny Porter James Potter Edward Pulcifer Lynn Pulcifer Patrick Putnam Mark Quam Jack Quinlivan Kathleen Quinn Kitty Quitta Jim Rauhe Edward RuFuse Gene Ramey Bruce Ramsdale Lois Rang John Rasmussen .Iohn Rasmussen Calhy Rayman Marlys Reichert Dave Reiff David Reinharl Thomas Rcsncr Boh Rex Diana Rezae Clark Richardson Mary Helen Ricchcrs Kathy Riffel Ron Risty Bob Riter Nicollette Roberts 7 58 Murlvm' Svllrwiclur Pam Smfhmrider Vivki Svhlwitlvr Floyd Sebring Clcn Svvcfrson Qrvg Svwcll Tm-rri Shahf-on ,Inmr Shvldon Qi in Pig Yi! Eluinv Rollman Brvnda Running Carolyn Rusrfh Grant Sunurlson H1-lvn Sutlvrlvc Ronld A. Suuby Donna S1-hafvr Bvrnic S1-huurmans Kvnl Svln-vvim-son Luanm' Svhinkcl Charlvs P. Sdlmilll ,lavkiv Svhncidcr Mark Sha-pp David Skallvry Linda Smyruk Gail Stark Richard Stclzcr Ruth Shovk Stcphun Skog Dcnisc Solko Ted Slvhly Michavl Slcrnfcld Myrna Silvn Gary Sludv Rim-hard Spoomr Jim Stcichcn Thomas G. Stevens Charlvs Sinvk Fred Smith John Spaar Kathy Stein Valvric Ste-vcns 60 IW! fix bw fl?" Kristine Stockman Susan Strand ,lacquoline Stucky Dianv Sudbcck Herb Sunclall Cary Swenson Sandy Swinson Bruce Syhrc Jeff Sylliaasen ,lim Taggart Gerald Tallman Robin Tcichman Carl Tcply Barry Thompson Jane Thompson Ted Thoms Colleen Thorson Allison Tioclc Ann Trousdale Joanne' Trudeau William Uleehl Kathy Vagle Hildonna Van Beek Susan Vanboehel Jeff Van Den Berg Terry Van Den Hook Vernon Vanderhule Vicky Vander Vorste John Van Dyke Miehael Van Maanen Niel Veenis Clifford Ver Hey Christopher Vinatier Carry Volk E. G. Ward Stan Ward Allen Waters Randall Weaver Jim Wegner Delores Weinmaster 62 1555 Thomas Wclk Mark Wellenstein Carol Welrosky Jeff Wheeler Dennis While Ellen While Maryanni While Larry Wilcox Jeannette Williams Bonnie Wilson Kristina Woodard Leith Wyman Rick Yarnall Sandra Yeaman Steven Zealer Sister Brannon Mike McMannis Gail Melller Anita Barrel Steven Berg Robert Birnee Rodney Blauc Colleen Bohn Rick Cash .lim Chesloy Steve Christensen Gloria Coats Marshall Crane Kathy Cusick Mary DeMaranville Susan Dirksen Paul Dold .loan Doop Jackie Downs Ronald Dwyer Calvin Eivh Debra Kay Eieh Carolyn Farke This section of seniors was late and, is therefore, out of order. I6 64 Patty FL-yclvr Mary Jo Fuss Bill Frei Sue Gillis Diana Goorlhopc Karon Guthmillcr Ginnie Hagg Luanne Hammcrbcck Linda Hanscn Carolyn Herald Kathryn Hcikcs Marge Herbold Ted HL-rholrl Kyle Hier Roberta Holleman Tom Horst Maureen Huuslan Ann Huff Rich Huffman Michael Huggenherge I' Mark Huston Bruce Johnson Drew Johnson Brian Jones Marilyn Kelly James Kingsbury Colleen Klringen Barbara Krogh Kathy Larringlon Carl Larson Renee Larson Jim Lee Ken Leisehner Lee Lemon Pal Leonardy Bill Lillilrridgc Larry Long Ralph Lunn Neela Lultman .lane Madsen fl' 'lm l vhs '53 JN-5 Wir? .loan Marllila Miko McCann Svoll McHenry Judy Mr-Intyrc Gail Mvlllor Bill Miller .lohn Miller Gary lVlollct Slove Myers Mike Ogborn David Olsen James Olson Rogor Palmer Richard Payanl Kristi Quum ,lame Rascliko Doug Rivkmun Kathy Hillel James Robinson Harriet Rosen is ?Ui V264 Q2 'lk pf' :R .Qi an-ff Jim Rucdltasch Robert Rykcn Lois Schullcr Gary Scott Harold Shortcnhaus ,lim Skluzak Susan Slattc-ry Doug Suhr Dennis Solberg George Supik Denny Titus Dianv Ullrich Tom VanBovkcrn Betty VantlorHeidc Debra VanHoulcn Kennvlh Vavra Tt-rl Vogvl Jcnnic Woodruff David Yadcgur I67 Albraehl Allen Andersen Anderson Anderson Anderson Apaza Aslxenson Aschinger Atkinson Babb Bach Bally Baker Barkyoumb Barry Bartz Barwich Bauer Bayer W Beasley R Beauregard .l Beecher G Beck L Berg K Bilz K Boomsma B Boyer W Broach .l Brockmueller C. 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Lg v:'1j-wit-317 . 5 Q . ' f ' ' A. 5,.Q,i - 1 1.11-,f4A.4g-gp ig 'A , - -f . A L .A A- A A A heralded .the .arrlval Qoha he b thousand hillioniuhdaysh, While the planet has been spinning .. 54- .v A obediently through the ' universe 6 2 AUDREY AISENBREY Nursing Student Nurses Association MICHAEL JAY ALBERS Accounting RICHARD ALESCH Management RICHARD AMES Management Delta Upsilon Fraternity JAMES CRAIG ANDERSON Sociology JAMES K. ANDERSON History LARRY S. ANDERSON Business Administration Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity LINDA ANDERSON Business Management KENNETH A. ANGLIN Psychology SARAH ANTON English CEC SNEA Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority Newman Council CONNIE ASCHINGER Elementary Education MARLA ASHEIM Fine Arts TOM ASSMUS Mathematics President of IFC Student Senate Student Affairs Committee Strollers Dakota Day Committee Omicron Delta Kappa Lambda Chi Alpha Rush Chairman RICHARD AUTHIER Government Education Basketball TERRY BALTZER Biology Special Entertainment Committee ANITA BARRETT Special Education Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority SNEA Council for Exceptional Children BONNIE BAST Elementary Education GERALD A. BEAUBIEN JR. Business Management Medicine and Law Students are included in this index. Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 140 Page 141 Page 163 Page 140 Page 140 Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity Student Union Governing Board Vet's Cluh CANDACE BEGEMAN Dental Hygiene DON BEGEMAN Accounting JANICE BEGEMAN NANCY BELLACH Educational Psychology and Guidance Counseling LINDA BENJAMIN Elementary Education LOISRAE BENNLY FRANCES BERENDES English KAREN BERG Elementary Education Mu Phi Epsilon Sorority Band MILTON BERG Mathematics SHARON BERG Elementary Education Mu Phi Epsilon Sorority Band STEVEN .I. BERG Economies Delta Sigma Pi President THOMAS R. BERG Communication Graduate Student KEITH BERGLUND Accounting TERESA ANN BIBOW Nursing Student Nurses Association ROBERT BIRNIE History ROTC RODNEY BLAUE Government Education Ski Club TERRY BOERHAVE Accounting Intramurals-Dorm representative COLEEN R. BOHN PEM Club Physical Education ROGER BOMGAARS Business Management DONNA BOOTH STEVE BOOTH English - Sociology Union Governing Board Not Pictured Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 140 141 141 141 141 141 141 141 141 163 141 141 141 163 163 141 163 141 141 141 KRISTINE BOOTSMA Speeial - Elementary Edueation Chi Omega Viee President RHONDA BORCHERT Physieal Edueation Varsity Women's Rifle Team Women's Volleyball Team ROCKIE BORK Physieal Edueation Basketball CONNIE BOUSKA Business Edueation Strollers SNEA Spanish Club Senate .IANICE L. BOWERS Math Edueation Alpha Lambda Delta Student Senate-alternate SNEA Math Club Play - "I-louse of Bernarda Alba" .IO ELYN BOWMAN Elementary Edna-ation Chi Omega Mareh of Dimes SNEA Reereation Committee Strollers BRUCE BOYD Law Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity Plaeement Committee SUSAN BROWN Elementary Edueation SNEA SYLVIA BROWN Physical Edneation Extramural Basketball WILLIAM BRUNICK Physieal Edueation Pemm Club BARRY BUEHLER Business Management Lambda Chi Alpha President ODK Dakotans Student Association Business Manager Student Association Budget Comm. Chairman USD Young Demoerats Treasurer JODIE A. BUEHLER Biology Pre-medieine MARY BETH BUEHLER Elementary Education Library Seienee Treasurer lor SNEA KAREN BUETTNER Speeeh Pathology RENEE BUI-IR Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 141 142 142 142 142 142 142 142 142 142 142 142 142 142 142 Speeial Edueation CEC ROBERT C. BURDICK JR. Aeeounting Business Student Association MARIORIE BURKARDT Graduate Student Speeial Edueation .IOHN BURKE DANIEL I. BURKEY Publie Relations Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Intramurals Strollers Young Demon-rats Spanish Club IFD President ROBERT .l. BURNS Law Sehool .IEFFREY .l. BURRILL Aeeounting CHERYL BURT Soeial Work Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority Soeial Work Interest Group Kappa Alpha Theta Soeial Committee Kappa Alpha Theta Publie Rel. Comm, Chr. Strollers SWIG Big Sister Swingout Dolphins Cheerleading SHERRY L. BUSHFIELD Biology and Med. Teeh. Soi-ial and Ree. Union Committee Secretary Kappa Alpha Theta Treasurer Kappa Alpha Theta Rush Chairman Newman Couneil Cuidon Alpha Lambda Delta Mortar Board Lambda Tau Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent PATRICIA CAMP Elementary Edueation .lan Campbell Freneh YGOP Soeial Reerealion Committee Speeial Entertainment Committee Phi Sigma Iota History Club BRIDCET CARDA Aeeounling KEITH T. CARLYLE Psyehology Soeiology Cheerleading Booster Club President Politieal Seienee League Spec-ial Entertainment committee Page 142 Page 142 Page 142 Page 142 Page 142 Page 142 Page 143 Page 143 Page 143 Page 143 Page 143 Page 143 214 Sigma Nu Fraternity IFB RICK CASH KATHLEEN CASTOR English Education Food Service Committee SNEA .IO ANN CHANCELLOR Elementary Education Girls Judo Club SNEA JIM CHESLEY History Physical Education Varsity Football PATTI CHMELER Elementary Education Alpha Phi Crescents Strollers YGOP SNEA STEVE CHRISTENSEN Art Education Intramurals Fine Art Activities BRUCE CHRISTIANSON Government BILL CINK Secondary Education Varsity Baseball BARBARA CLARK Nursing Alpha Lambda Delta Student Nurses Association .IAMES W. CLARK Physical Education ,I.V. Basketball JEFFREY CLAUSEN Computer Science and Math NANCY COADY Elementary Education Chi Omega Sorority SNEA Marehonnes Guidon Little Sisters of Minerva Union Committee GLORIA COATS Elementary Education Young Democrats SNEA THOMAS L. COLLINS Psychology GARY COLWILL Law School MICHAEL .IOHN CONSTANTINO Tele-Communications Spanish Delta Upsilon Fraternity VICKI COOLEY Dental Hygiene 0 Page 163 Page 143 Page 143 Page 163 Page 163 Page 143 Page 143 Page 143 Page 143 Page 143 Page 143 Page 163 Page 143 Page 143 t Pictured Page 143 MARY PAT COWLEY Social Work SWIG Big Sister Little Sister of Minerva MARSHALL CRANE English Eta Sigma Pi Golf Law Club .IANINE CRONE Library Science English Public Relations Committee Russian Club TERRANCE .l. CROW Law School DWIGHT CUNDY Business Vet's Club Rodeo Club Business Student Association CLAUDIA CURL Nursing JEFFREY CURL Accounting ANN CURTIS Government KATHY CUSICK Elementary Education Madrigal Singers Choir Pi Beta Phi Sorority English Club DONALD D. DAMSTRA Accounting ROBERTA DAVID DEBORAH DAWSON Government Sociology Political Science League Sociology Club YGOP Young Democrats Coyote Staff MARY DeMARANVILLE Nursing Sociology Student Nurses Association Kappa Alpha Theta MARY DeMARANVILLE Alpha Lambda Delta Women1s Golf Team WRA Representative RITA DEMENT History History Club KAYE DENDINGER Special Education CEC Newman Council Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Page 143 Page 163 Page 143 Page 144 Page 144 Page 144 Page 144 Page 163 Page 144 Page 144 Page 144 Page 163 Page 144 Page 144 GAYLE GREEN DICE Elementary Educ-ation Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority Young Republicans SNEA Alpha Lambda Delta GREGORY P. DICE Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity Dakotans Seabbard dz Blade DMS CAROLYN DIRKS Physical Education WRA Pemm Club Recreation Union Committee Chi Omega President SUSAN DIRKSEN Nursing Nominations Committee NSNASD Pacemaker Committee Student Nurses Association DENNIS DITMANSON History VANCE E. DOESCHER History Sealibard 31 Blade Phi Alpha Theta PAUL .l. DOLD Law Sehool SUSAN DOMONOSKE Elementary Education CEC SNEA .IOAN DOOP Communication Disorders .IACQUELINE DOWNS Business Administration Accounting RICHARD DREW Art JUDY DUNHAM Government Sociology Phi Sigma Alpha JUDY DUNHAM Alpha Lambda Delta Little Sister of Minerva Candidate - Dakota Day Queen Candidate - Rose of Delta Sigma Pi Candidate - Honorary Cadet Colonel Alpha Xi Delta Sorority Strollers Direetor 1971 Swingout CAROL DUNN French Newman Council Phi Sigma Iota Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority Page 144 Page 144 Page 144 Page 163 Page 144 Page 144 Page 163 Page 144 Page 163 Page 163 Page 144 Not Pictured Page 144 English Club Dolphins Young Democrats History Club Union Recreation Committee WRA French Club CONNIE DUTCHER Elementary Education TOM DUVAL Physical Education Varsity Football Varsity Baseball RONALD DWYER Art Education WARREN EGEBO Speech Lutheran Student Movement President Campus Crusade for Christ University Choir Art Committee CALVIN EICH History Dakota Day Committee Vice Chairman Union Committee DEBBRA KAY EICH Elementary Education Chi Omega Sorority SNEA Union Committees Dakota Day Committee English Club University Theatre Play VINCENT G. ELLA Law Freshman Class President DOUGLAS ELLWEIN Not pictured English Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity U.S.D. Public Relations Lambda Iota Tau Honorary SAE Social Chairman SAE Public Relations Strollers Show English Club DOUGLAS ELLWEIN South Dakota Sigma Editor YGOP Volante Staff Little Sisters of Minerva Chairman Page 144 Page 145 Page 163 Page 145 Page 163 Page 163 Page 145 JEROME R. ELSTER Page 14-5 Government History Young Democrats Treasurer of Pre Law Club ROGER P. ENGLE Page 145 Accounting Delta Sigma Pi ELIZABETH A. ERICKSON Page 145 Speech Correction 216 Chi Omega Pledge Trainer Strollers Show Swing-Out Zeta Phi Eta KEITH DUANE ERICKSON Grad. Student Speech Pathology Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity SANDRA ERICKSON English Library Science .IOHN ERIKSEN Not pictured Accounting Business Student Association ELIZABETH ESTEE Elementary Education RODNEY FAHEY English Philosophy KRIS FALDE Not pictured Elementary Education RANDY R. FALDE Not pictured Government CAROLYN FARKE Special Education CEC SNAEA Young Republicans Alpha Phi Sorority Alpha Phi Social Chairman STEVE FEDT Biology News and Views Committee PATRICIA FEYDER Sociology Nursing Student Nurses Association CEC Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority Newman Council FRANKLIN FIALA History FRANKLIN FIALA Phi Alpha Theta Pershing Rifles Counter Guerillas Young Republicans Two year ROTC Scholarship Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Intramural Softball Distinguished Military Student GARY .I. FILLINGHAM Business Management U.S.D. Veterans Club LOIS FITZGERALD Elementary Education Page 145 Page 145 Page 145 Page 145 Page 163 Page 145 Page 164 Page 145 Page 145 Page 145 RICHARD FITZGERALD History Education ROXANN FIORDBACK Music Mu Phi Epsilon Sorority University Choir Opera Workshop BARBARA FLETCHER Special Education Elementary Education Marchonnes CEC KRIS FOLDE RANDY FOLDE MARY .IO FOSS Special Education RONNA FOSTER Physical Education VERNON FOSTER Accounting Business Student Association KITTY FOY Elementary Education MICHAEL GREG FRANCIS School of Medicine WILLIAM FREI Business Management Young Republicans Beta Theta Pi Fraternity EDITH FRENCH English E Alpha Lambda Delta Guidon Mortarboard Lambda Iota Tau Art Committee Movie Committee Special Entertainment Com. Young Democrats Phi Beta Phi Sorority English Club Newman Council Volantc Staff Swing-Out MARGARET FRY Business BSA Student Senate KATHLEEN FUOSS Mathematics KATHLEEN GARRIS Dental Hygiene Alpha Lambda Delta Presidential Scholar CLAIRE GAULT French DAVID R. GAYLORD Geology Special Entertain ment Committee Geology Club DAN GEBHART Page 14-5 Page 145 Page 14-5 Page 145 Page 145 Page 164 Page 146 Page 146 Page 146 Page 146 Page 164 Page 146 Page 146 Page 146 Page146 Page 146 Page 146 Page 146 Mathematics Computer Science MICHAEL GEELAN Mathematics .IACKIE LEE GILES Math Education LEROY GILLASPIE Geology SUE GILLIS Special Education Elementary Education Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority CEC Guidon Mortar Board Ecology Standing Committee Volante Copy Editor Choir Union Entertainment Committee Strollers Show Swing-Out Kappa Alpha Theta Historian Fraternity Trends Chairman RON GLEYSTEEN Psychology Government NEIL GLUCKMAN Communication Education Film Committee Debate Intramural Baseball Dorm President Television and Radio DICK GOEKEN Mathematics DIANE GOODHOPE Mathematics SNEA Choir Mu Phi Epsilon Sorority JEAN GOSCH Elementary Education .IEAN GOSI-I Rodeo Club Judo Club Psi Chi Gymnastics Dorm Court KENNETH L. GREGG Mathematics CLIFFORD .IAY GRINOLS Accounting MARVEL ANN GULLICKSON Communication Disorders Drama Music KAREN GUPTILL Elementary Education KAREN GUTHMILLER Physical Education Sigma Alpha Eta Page 146 Not pictured Page 146 Page 164 Page 146 Page 146 Page 146 Page 164 Page 146 Page 146 Page 146 Page 146 Page 147 Page 164 WRA President Extramural Volleyball Extramural Basketball Extramural Tennis TERRY HACECKY Biology Beta Theta Pi Fraternity Varsity Rifle Team BRIAN D. HAGG Law School VIRGINIA HAGG Special Education Strollers Show Swing-Out SCEC SNEA Guidon Pershing Rifles Sponsor Dakota Day Committee Candidate for Dakota Day Queen Newman Council Candidate for Honorary Cadet Colonel Special Entertainment Committee Volante Assistant Business Manager YVONNE HAGG Graduate Student Psychology Editor of 1970 Coyote Mortarboard Guidon Chi Omega Sorority Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Miss Young Democrat RONALD HAGGAR Business Education STEVEN HAMERSMA Debate Phi Sigma Iota Phi Eta Sigma Delta Phi Alpha Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha ANN HAMILTON Mathematics Alpha Lambda Delta Guidon Mortar Board LUANNE BAST HAMMERBECK - Special Education SNEA and SCEC DIANE HANSEN Special Elementary Education SNEA and SCEC MARY A. HANSEN Nursing Student Nurses Association STEVEN HANSEN Mathematics A. and S. Student Advisory Board LINDA HANSON Business Education Pi Omega Pi Page 147 Page 147 Page 164 Page 147 Page 147 Page 147 Page 147 Page 164 Page 147 Page 147 Page 147 Page 147 7 218 MARCIA HARDY Soeial Work PAUL HATCH Business Management Delta Sigma Pi .IEANNE HATH DENNIS HAYES History LINDA HAZEN Mathematics Alpha Lamlmda Delta Marehonnes CAROLYN HEALD English .IOHAN I-I. HEGEMAN Politieal Seienee LINDA L. HEGER Physieal Edueation .IOYLENE HEIBULT Dental Hygiene KATHRYN HEIKES Nursing ANDREA HEINDEL Dental Hygiene KRISTINE HEINE Communieation Alpha Lamhda Delta Guidon and Mortar Board Pi Beta Phi Sorority Mu Phi Epsilon Lambda Chi Cresents Student Senate and St. As. Press. See. 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