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4 3 i i s E E Q L N. J 2 6 , ,. ., . , A .., . . , ,V . ., ,, ., ,., . . .. ,, .,, n . ,., ,,, , ,4 the La Crosse 966 Wisconsin State University La Crosse, Wisconsin U725f2.HZ.Sfl6Cf work, arzarftairzea' dreams, a favorite lbrqfessor, we come back . . . . . to learn 2 -Weffifgfrfgw :lui -Al -mi Q!-Q1 ff f- - or with others A ' I individually new places to exjverience new people 3 . to express wif 'Wea-new Z gl,- 5"E'X . . . to ETLJDQI SEA SON SPLEN D OR at LS. U. 'rv- A. Q .-.V "'G"w wr ,x,f..,,,w, 11 Q ff l, m K ' i r . MQ 'QQ , -h' ' -1 ' M.. fx. jg: wa-un QM-Q 'gwfu Vw' ' Mu I n Fw wqgf' N I WTAE? ,tl 5, rf SQ? 1' wi-'L wig, l . n , .X 1'- .Q an In " 'hi , M 'W' W. ,naw-""" 4. 'si' 'ku rw 'P exif 'A 'V 3 W, -5 3, ws- .4-' . 'ms ,, 2'-.,. 'L F .. gf , ' fha'-1:-mai 74 gf-v.w"'g S if wxgwv M.-X 1-4' ww Lil! wZq,t1,M fag, 1 .0 M. ,. V, W W 2 in R J E 'v wi W 51 a, 5 V ,ww M, MMR If FALL Student Life ...... . . Special Events Homecoming .... . . Sadie Hawkins ...... Play ............... Powder Puff Olympics Sports Day ......... Sports Football . ..... . . Cross Country . .... . Underclassmen On Campus.. . .. Cff Campus. . . . . 1965 Fall Was moving in for the first time or for the last . . . discovering new opportunities on campus S Q f 5 ll r Gf,0,.,,1 '- standing in lines Qu w K K xx S, fx X : Ks ixi X0 ff . . . pierced ears , Q .wk 196 Fall Was J I w i I , W , -Ez x ,, K , . qv w' X 1 ,. "J xx 'V .4 K N K A, Q- . ' if Fi 4, A Ns' short hair long hair . . loafers N wi-.J ' . . bell-bottoms I fm! fi ia . . . madras ff B.. H112 i',,-I' ' U11 M if 196 Fall a warm Halloween night if a month of umbrellas and mud puddles a chilly Homecoming week-end iifiisipv ,,..,. i , .,,..f,x, ww i A ,fA,.,o-aifff, V . , M-"""' ,. ,f ,4- ,pw PP Homecoming Queen, Henrietta Delikoski I6 G. Cflndian Uprisingw The color and excitement of Homecoming was found everywhere on campus but in the cold, grey Weather. Though 40 degree temperature set the scene for the three day celebration, eager partici- pation and tremendous school spirit spread warmth over all the activities. The hanging of the lantern, the lighting of the "L,,' and the snake dance initiated the Homecoming festivities. Fri- day night was Stunt Night with each class pre- senting a skit, the faculty band entertaining every- one, and finally the crowning of Queen Hank. Hank presided over Saturday,s activities which be- gan with the colorful parade, followed by an ex- citing 7-7 battle between the Indians and the Falcons and Hnally the dance, which climaxed a wonderful 'glndian Uprisingw for students and alumni as well. Homecoming Royalty: Karen Ulness, 1964 Homecoming Queen, Millie Nelson: Queen Hank: Ellen Balzg Judy Boeder. H ij' 5 . U it-ww , , 1 fi .-i. ,W V it w...-' ,,.,-ff-rf The Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity won the grand prize with their float, "As the Indians stage their uprisingiSwallow every- thing but De-Feetf' i ,.. Wentz Hall captured second place in the dorm competition with this decoration. "Surprise ,em Indians" was the ery of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. 5 1 lik. "1 3 ff 'Q , ' Fawn 55 2 , ,A 3 I 'VI' - f .- I 1 1' ,,sX 3 X ,f, -r 3, as X ,J f, ll v rm V. -it '33 ' .er A k yi ' ue . E-'fd , , W r QQIQUQLQ z3g1LN A 1 wg r Fil J4f32g3 2,qgf as ' 1 ' r ' "' L. 'l,3f'Y'luQf.::,7' ff 'lk ' K Q if -S, W " ' Af'- ' - l W V tw. tl 3 R ff ' ,.gffakl5,i .vs ' .- - X , 'll' if """"'l"" .nm i ' A gt a Af ml mr mr . MVA in .H J- . ff 'fl l pry, V f e .4 . -. V R .3-'pf v 3 - -' ' ck ' A' 'cw 9 ' ,t t 'Q' g"f ' ,F -1 Q. . R 5-vnQ,,p""H Q E V- K1 gg www I f 'pg3?3 ?w k Vxkxhhxl k.rER51 fx xx fix, ' K .X ,..- First place in sorority competition went to tory" float. 'sx.,M ,-N. fs 'a, ,-4 " 'K 'Rfb ri, H. ' 3 , 1 "The Eve of Destruction" was ingeniously designed by the men of White Hall who well deserved thelr "1iiilv The faculty band once again outplayed and outacted everyone at Stunt Night. at x ,V M.- -x , 3.6 N X , A N 'Mn Barb and Grady found the perfect way to begin the Home coming festivities. School spirit swelled as the snake dance wound its way around the campus. ,,f-1' .-f"" 1 S36 O 'L Q H ',,, g.l p 5 X The Pom-Pom girls led the "Marching Chiefs" down 16th Street. The Cheerleaders represented our Indian spirit. -'ii' 5 . ,f, ,M ,v re' 'il 'N Q W X 1 Sadie Hawkins This year the selection of Daisy Mae was deter- mined by the number of points each contestant could accumulate during the three day festivities. Each girl competed in a dance contest, a funny hat contest, and a costume making contest. Bonnie Bales not only had the most points, but she also found Lil Abner first on Saturday morning and was crowned Daisy Mae at the dance that evening. Daisy Mae in action! 1 4 Q, A pretty young Mammy Yokuml Lil Abner, Barry Schockmel, crowns Daisy Mae, Bonnie Bales Twelfth Twelfth Night, the most musical of Shake- speare's plays was produced by the University Theatre with the help of Truman Hayes of the University music department. Dr. Hayes com- posed a number of original melodies for the pro- duction in addition to finding authentic Eli- zabethan scores for the tunes that appear. The Cast William Fleming . .. Dustin Evans .... Glenn Comeau . . . Gerald Quimby .. Terrell Brown . . . Jeffry Klund .... Don Thompson . . . Lorelle Brownell . .. Mona Synoground Linda Hundt ..... Phillip Prinz ..... Thomas Chritten . Lawrence Weinberg Robert Gronski . . . Carolyn Armagost William Dixon . . . . Sir Andrew Augecheek . . . . . . Valentine .......Curio ight ...Orsino . . . . . Sebastian Antonio ........ Sir Toby Belch Malvolio . . . . Feste . . . . Oliva . . Viola . . . Nlaria . . . . Fabian Sea Captain . ..... Servant . . . Director Sir Toby Belch, Gerald Quimby, and Sebastian, Dustin Evans duel fiercely. Sir Andrew Augecheek, Terrell Brown, talks to Olivia, Lorelle Brownell, and Sir Toby Belch, Gerald Quimby. if A 1i?.Lx,i3H ,:.,'?gf, 4. 2 , im . W .1 552,32 A ' Mft f ,.m.s:':fi' fjlg-4.5 W, . s i Q., A ers:-it -1-N-14, ' KN 'dv' nw +ff?ffwt.4s'f?' ,,,. 35" W ' t-wif? :"'-Wsfyw :T kiwi'-5,-if.s,jl,tig if X., M sw, X- x. h Qi. 1?5'Q'f2EN w,"g"'f?,? I ,N Y nj'A'g,:E??"rrA up ,, if t..i.k,: -::'.,,.'3.2 A H-'fin 'C "n . 'V A A s 'gffleg A f fi 37 U K-uv? 1' ' ' 4- " y. K - U - 'K ' ,Q ,L -fy," - 'Lf , , v. v . M, Q ., Ja- ff- ti . V 12 ig J:?i""K 75.5 , ,bt . N f -' 4' ,J Y . .F ., , 4 , L '5 D , , , ,w ' ' R3 "nv""' 'W 'aj' Mil? iw 4"5s A s ' 'n-n" " 49" ' ' 1 .f.'L, ' L. ' 1 . . :Jian-5. , .:?.- ' W. gig ' , Q Carol Vogelpohl pushes an egg across the finish line. There can be no leaning over the starting line! Powder Puff l mpios -wr N 1 5 s 5" 'H-1-M, U A ' 1 'M S U KM , .il L Have you ever seen such a beautiful baby? Millie Nelson just makes it under the limbo stick. ' .. f' -Q5 ! Q ' ielf Z5 7"i L , , E L. tt,, if Y , V, if - C K A x X - . 34 I " fi """+5'-M., 1 nJ'5""' .m,,,t xl' ff2f'?:fr.,,f:.-- ' ,, f ' AL, -abr ,llfi Lg, ,, all iffy., - Uri .A .AA 24 T ,,,, ' 'WWW sg---.- txsxy ,1, ff Another "two" for a happy lad. Tom Touton helps on the trampoline. - ' ' ' 4 Sports Da O i The boys had wonderful football training from L.S.U. experts. Learning to start from a regulation starting block was another phase of Sports Day. 25 iw.. ROW I: Richard Larseng Bill Schererg Bill Collarg Dave Hein- eckcg Jim Teffg Tom Lueasg Dan Pichottag George Kliminskig Grady Steensrudg Bob Koski ROW 2: Norm Klugg Warren Bearg Bill Riberichg Dennis Arking Ed Cretensg Bruce Schulzg Marty Sobrzak: Barry Schoclunelg Jim Johannes: Bill Turn- quistg Tom Carroll ROW 3: John Haeseg Ken Pliskeg Mickey Football Burlingameg Bob Mars: Cary Gardncrg Jim MeCormiekg Bill Pe- tersong Darrell Dvorakg Lee Spletter: Jim Groseh ROW 4: Don Smileyg Mark Katzg Rocky Falaschig Bob Meronkg Jim Jarchowg Bob Rundleg Steve Willetg Vaughn Chattmang Chris Gorskig Jude Elliotg Danny Minor. The Battling Indians The defensive line breaks through to stop an opposing halfback. M4351 w it-'9i'L'f -ni N 4 .- . , K' K W' ' L iw 7 'yn ' ,vim L- W isp? me f ll AN. 'QL 1-1,5 "Ff'wJ's., Y V- W- . B, B. V l R f- .- --kv-'W-'w' H' 43 fs- 3 ' ",3',,,,.." 2',X?1 fav . at N ew- -www 3,2 1- vita.. B , The Indians, who were rated as the "dark horsev contenders for the Wisconsin State Con- ference championship, finished in a second place tie with Whitewater by compiling a 4-1-1 con- ference record and a 5-3-1 overall record. Af- ter an opening game loss to St. Norbert's, the In- dians battled for four straight victories, but in the latter half of the season became victims of a 26-19 defeat at the hands of Stout State and a 24-14 loss to Bemidji State of Minnesota. Be- tween these losses came a 7--7 tie with River Falls in the Homecoming game. In the seasonls final game, marred only by a heavy rain, the In- dians handed Oshkosh State a 27-14 defeat. Scoreboard LaCrosse 6 St. Norbert LaCrosse 19 St. Cloud LaCrosse 43 Superior LaCrosse 30 Eau Claire LaCrosse 13 Platteville LaCrosse 19 Stout LaCrosse 7 River Falls LaCrosse 14- Bemidji LaCrosse 27 Oshkosh Barry Schockmel drives for extra yardage. The team huddles for final instructions. A touchdown for Vaughn Chattman! Determination Tom Carroll hits a St. Norbert's halfback as Dave Heinecke comes to lend his support. Say Barry, is this football or ballet? QQ 1 stls , Coach Vickroy shouts directions to the team. Warren Bear evades enemy tacklers for a substantial gain. -.J Mt? ROW I: Larry Hardyg Gerry Brazag Pete VanHandelg Barney Klinzing ROW 2: Coach Gautschg Ron Wellsg Scott Linclgreng John Mahorskig jack Curtis. ry Braza sprints for the finish of the g eling three mile race. After a second place Hnish last year, the har- riers were looking forward to a clean conference sweep this year but again had to settle for a sec- ond place finish. While the lettermen led the way, several freshmen came through with excellent per- formances. Scoreboard LaCrosse 50 Luther LaCrosse 42 U.W.M. LaCrosse 28 Carleton LaCrosse 27 Oshkosh LaCrosse 24 Platteville LaCrosse 43 Winona LaCrosse 20 Bethel LaCrosse 2nd in Conference w,l.WQ,M3,,.,W,W M .aww ff if Cross country runners warm-up. Cross Country v.a,.4:1,. .wmmfkwhfwm 7 +1 W MJQHPUW Long a, to Run They,re off to the races. if UNDERCLASSMEN Cn Campus ROW I: James Derkezg Ted Schleicherg David Hough: Denny Gordon Jensen: Gorden Triebsg Doug Nelsong Jim Adamsg Tom Kimptong John Kamaskinski: Stan Dorffg Tom Olson ROW 2: Borreson ROW 4: Brian Engle: VValdo Rose: Gill Suworoff: Dave James Trowbridge: Tom Vanderboomg Dennis Alleng Torn In- Whisnerg Mike Ticklerg Pat Behmg Izzy Sorce. felisex Larry Karch: Jim. Rechting Dale Prell ROW 3: Jim Weinkeg Grandview Dormitor 1952 ROW 1: Wilfred Beaverg Jack Disbrowg Eugene Witek ROW 2: Rick Synoldg Michael Donnelly: Neil Lucktg Greg Jefferies. N x l l 33 0 F! . " K K ngikn K .S ROW I: Patsy Pirwitz: Jackie McKenna: Deanna Olson: Ellen Pratt: Kay Wolkowski: Cheryl Evans: Bonnie Lothian: Jane Les- ter: Sue Miller: Cheryl Danner: Suzi Lockwood ROW 2: Sharon Waidelich: Carol Olson: Carolyn Schroeder: Jane Clements: Nan- cy-Alderson: Vicki Wellner: Carol Alperstett: Margie Dyre: Mary Rohrer: Connie Sugden: Dolly DeKeyser ROW 3: Terri Baird Thomas: Lolee Edman: Lyn Belden: Dianne Meronek: Janet Brux: Judi Bucheger: Barb Kramer: Sharon Jackson: Susan Droegkamp: Betty Kinyon: Carol Thieme ROW 4: Nancy Wag- ner: Judy Bimmerle: Diane Christianson: Kathy Carlson: Berth- anna Betts: Kathy Burd: Christine Weber: Helen Zabel: Carol Fenney: Charlotte Anderson: Judi Clutter: Marcy Oncken. Hall 1963 ROW I: Kathleen Komro: Sharon Christensen: Martha Niznik: Donna Jay: Harriett Stephenson: Terry Donahue: Barb Naze: MaryEllen Hoflland: Bev Miller: Jamie Mitchell: Martha Jen- kins: Peggy Lynchg ROW 2: Barb lllian: Effie Abrahamson: Car- olyn Goehrs: Jill Brady: Cindy Radford: Charlotte Abrahams: Judy Anduson: Lynn Keehn: Carol Knabe: Kathy VonRuden: Judy Lakowske: Jackie Mattheis: Edna Connally ROW 3: Mar- cia Noble: Julie Pfaff: Marlene Walter: Karen Shannon: Mary Leibfrieb: Dorothy Snyder: Marjorie Kelly: Mary Jane Bartlett: Linda Benedict: Peggy Schlosser: Judy Jordan: Judy Hinz: Char- lene Horn: Saralie Sands ROW 4: Pat Leifer: Mary Fagan: Pen- nie Dolejsi: Mary Cholke: Nancy Krakora: Vicki Wood: Phyllis Asseling: Cindy Howland: Pat Lawton: Dianne Smalancke: Bonita Friday: Sharon Green: Susan Sherman. ROW I.' Lorraine Messerg Linda hlosiging Alicia Smithg Gwen Lamkeg Myra Andersong Diane Daczykg Susan Engebretsong Ra- mona Harpoldg Linda Sellsg Annetta Hoffg Diane Moeg Cindy Bunker ROW 2: Patricia Kinseyg Janis Cabeang Cindy Uminskig Chris Baumgartnerg Bette Ustymowizg Georgia Mulcahyg Linda Staynerg Jane Warzalag Lucy Huntzickerg Kennlyn Gundersong Laurie Langg Mary Bonham ROW 3: Philayne Knutsong Ellen Raimerg Mary O'Brien5 Suzanne Schuenemanng Linda White- headg Kristen Lawtong Ruth Schmidtg Virginia Inmang Susan Duncang Margaret Gourleyg Mary Irwing Bonnie Lutzg Mary Campbell ROW 4: Mary Bessacg Rita Stantong Susan Roveg Jeanette Anderlg Nan Puls: Lila LuBellg Eileen Seefeldg Nola Beaverg Kathy Mreikg Ceorgene Kuzma: Marie Appelg Lynn Huntingtong Marilyn Montgomery. adjusting to dorm life ROW 1: Karol Sirg Carol Sampsong Barbara Breeserg Linda Benkeg Linda Ohneg Kathy Wadzinskig Betty Greyg Cathy Camp- bellg Sharon Metzkerg Mary Michaudg Susan Ek ROW 2: Lucille Terrazinog Jean Milinovichg Sandy Siverlingg Barbara Tunnellg Jackie Coatesg Chris Turzinskig Vivian Martinezg Margaret Whiteg Ann Theirlg Sarah Maesg Susan Lotzcrg Barb Anderson ROW 3: Mary Sielandg Renu Marting Kathy Spieringg Sharon Saciag Lindsey Kuhng Barb Binderg Judy Woodmanseeg Sheridon Siew- ersg Stephanie Rossg Cathy Lorenzg Sharon Coonang Carolyn Garriott ROW 4: Carol Mooreg Sharon Reddellg Laura Dalesan- drog Carol Wolfg Jan Steedtg Sucllyn Schellpeper: Pat Youngg Jeanie Priceg Gail Ramakerg Joan Torgcrsong Jane Marshallg Jeannine Opdyke. ROW 1: Dan Barth: Don Wedlg Roger Schneiderg Denny Breid- enbachg Joe Emerg Greg Stellrechtg Jim Petersong Bill Curran: Ray Herda ROW 2: Mark Pflsterg Larry Pruessg Tim Poolg Pat McDanielg Dave Bautchg Don Forsytheg Parmenton Decorahg Roger Greeng Tom Disrudeg George Geise ROW 3: Dan Bom- kampg Kerry Grifling Rick Boehmg Bob Kellerg Wayne Bohlmang Mike Braemerg Jack Lucas: Bob McDonaldg James Jonesg Rob- ert Hubbardg Bill Fair ROW 4: David Onsagerg Clem Wallen- kampg Jan Dooleyg Bob Nichols: Lee Spletterg Bob Beischerg Dave Nowakg Denny Murphyg Calvin Knaideg George Doyle' Pat A'Hearn. Laux Hall 1964 ROW I: Ron Wellsg Terry Hicks: Cisco Nunez: John Mahorskig Thomas Rileyg Dick Kersteng Verlan Karpinskieg Gary Hamburg: Glennis Aarangg Steve May: A. James Hornby ROW 2: Ron Knudsong Bruce Zirkg Roger Lewandowskig William Andersong Al Stoutg Dick Olson: Chuck McConnell: Ronald Falknerg Phil- lip Johnsong Ed Leeg Mike Monahan ROPV 3: Paul Williamsg Wayne Sherryg Kermit Oppriechtg Richard Ballardg Randall Sten- backg Terrance O'Mearag Joseph Porterg Robert Leeg Richard Wrastg Micheal Clarkg Terry Kratzmann ROW 4: Zachary Ber- nardg John Moriarityg Dennis Hedgecockg Oscar Bolstadg Bob McCornisg Tom Pellettg Tom Slezakg Bruce McGuireg Gene Zaji- cekg Douglas Clementsg Rod Smithg Dick Fossg Dick Dawdy. ROW I: Ken Johnson: Efrain Velez: Chuck Synold: Steve West- lund: Gary Stowers: Robert Carpenter: Dick Frei: Ed Wach- holder: Jack Maybee: Rance Haggerty: James Mithum ROW 2: Mike Demski: James Sorum: John Whitsett: Dick Martin: War- ren Beer: Douglas Mitchell: Bill Blood: Jack Michaud: Ronald Pfaff: Richard Ratwik: Dale Tylka ROW 3: Rod Zentner: Phil Dettwiler: Dennis Waldron: Carl Timm: Jeff Mahloch: John Culd: Bill Paskiet: George Thompson: Trygre Pederson: Barry Schockrnel: Bob Cook ROIV 4: George Westly: Jerry A1- len: Willian Meyer: Robert Holmes: Tom Williams: Tom Busse: Don Dallman: Don Dimond: Richard Pflueger: Allen Krumme: Don Herzog. seeking new truths ROW I: Tom Bown: Milton Suma: Dave Faas: Bob Nichols: Dale Stickney: Steve Reardon: Paul Schwier: Jim Bolgrien: Dan- ny Thoftne: Rick Rittenhouse ROlV 2: Al Pruefer: Dave Swan- son: John Hamas: Gary Lunde: Mike Beronjae: William Toson: Don Johnson: Tom Chamberlain: James Terry: Jeff Gall: Lar- ry Wier ROW 3: Bill Turnquist: Joe Hetzel: Kerry Neitche: Richard Worsts: Pete VVard: Mike Jankowski: Clifl' Christl: Bob Bloedel: Allen Thompson: Tom lyiancusz Jim Stewart: Mike Schuster: Jack Davis ROW 4: Herm Dustman: Robert Klapper: Joseph Casper: W. Bruce Huteheon: Ed Frawley: Tom Spencer: Terry Rainwater: Judd Schoeneman: Brian Schmitt: David Hol- comb: Greg Miller: Robert Dammen. ROW I: Mrs. Buchmanng Mike Graingerg Larry Olsong Jim Mc- Mulling Larry Brinkmang Terry Sullivang Karl Larsong Ken Stekg Randy Loomisg Doug Happelg Walter Souza ROW 2: Steve Kep- peng Bill Zimmermang Larry Gillingharng Dennis Tranbergg Jo- seph Aldrichg James Baumgarteng, Charles Ullrichg Jim Szelagow- skig Mike Zwettlerg Ron Winkerg Clayton Wood ROW 3: Phil Caravellog Don Srnileg Lyle Holbackg Dale Johnsong Jerry Hil- gresg Mike Mikelsong Gerald Larsong Richard Michudag Barry Ma- craeg John McMahong Chris Corskig Leland Richard ROW 4: Dan Barrettg Ron Braateng Larry Drewg Walter Munsong Ronald Davisg Gary Buornatg Dan Jennerg Stan Sprehng Tom Maddeng Harold Jonesg Wayne Jacobson. Reuter Hall 1957 ROW I: Fredrick Nakamurag Mike Chilsong Mickey Patreg John Waldrong Terry Mestang John Donatellg Fred Rosenowg Duane Millerg Allen Stcndahlg Dan Meinertg Sam Jensong Denny Grif- fisg Maurice Gallagher ROW 2: Ken Truaxg Curt Dawkinsg Steve Reweyg David Denzerg Dick Merlineg Dick Steinbrennerg Gary Meunierg Mick Milling Gary Spoerleg Rick Morelandg Bruce Schuelkeg Greg Hillg Bill Reederg Bruce Soper ROW 3: Thomas Garsombkeg Donald Millerg Dennis Millerg LeRoy Lathropg Bill Nelsong Jack Grassmang Larry Keabong Gary Hardtg Don Deang Roger Haughg Buckey Nielson5 Richard Schulzg Robert Jotheng John Stendahl ROW 4: Twig Busby, Steve Jonesg Bob Burdickg Bradley Gabrielsong John Lindquristg Steve Willettg Al Felkerg Harold Tracyg Bill Petersong Al Steing Mickey Burlingameg Dave Neubergerg Bob Petersong John Hetzelg Bob Meitzg Sanford Swiggumg Tom Stuckeyg Gary Blomquist. ROW I: John Edwardsg Randy Doeaverg Don Stetlarg Tom Buhrg Dan Transeng Gerald Schwierg Dennis Millerg Philip Me- boeg Mike Nolang Jim Lackog Greg Pavekg jim Smartg Al Thur- mang Jim Lewisg David Makovee ROW 2.' Ron Lynng Otto Krugerg Jeff Gollg Marshall Conradtg Jude Elliottg John Kuehng Phillip Longg Chloris Loweg Fred Giraldig Edward Fopianog John Nicholsg joel Fainmang Micheal Wagnerg Gerald Souterg Richard Morrisong John Radtke ROW 3: Neil Steinerg John Baumang Darryl Whiteg Jerry Esweing Jerry Meronkg Norb Dubag Lee Friellg Ron Jezwinskig Rod Meisterg Jeff Teschg John Raymondg Beau Gilmoreg Bruce Bakag Ray Marmorstoneg Bob Fouts ROW 4: Charley Jirschele5 Larry Gradyg Chuch Kwapilg George Wal- laceg Bob Runbleg Jeff Heislerg Bruce Schulzg Rick Hartrickg Lee Harwellg Jack Mordinig John Speersg Bob Sarbackerg Terry Trattg Dennis Hellbergg Bill Parr. This is the site for future housing of men. lil? ill? lllll WM arm so ryssyy D. ,H H ROW I: Nancy Krattigerg Donna Thornasg Kathy Elliottg Jean Mortensong Jet Tullyg Karen Wolffg Kathy Mevesg lXIarcia Evensong Carol Cayeske ROW 2: Joyce Ebben5 Rhonda Nevilleg Susan Roderickg Eileen Poole: Linda Shawalukg Sandy Erickson: Sandi McCausland5 Sue Horskig Barbara Hareg Becky Peck ROW 3: Evelyn Thomg Lauree Rcbrog Mary Draegerg Pat Casatig Sue Staats: Mary Laubensteing Jan Farnsworthg JoAnne Bechererg Barb Redardg Ann Phillipsg Kristen Hanson ROW 4: Sally Simpsong Nancy Stickeng Cheri Casselg Pain Faitg Sue Petersg Bonnie Beamerg Mary Moellcrg Silva Manougcg Diane Klages: Diana DeP0rter5 Janet Richerson. Trowbridge Hall 1960 ROW I: Beth Counselmang Sherry Zellerg Jolly Wittenbergg Brenda Bishopg Sue Potterg Kay Colemang Terry Culleng Suzi Horningg Rita Schulzg Kathy Newtong Diane Finucang Donna Finucan ROW 2: Mary Jacobsong Linda Nelsong Elaine Hook- erg Diane Adamsg Cathy Langeg Reisa Cadeg Sue Saundersg Mar- ilyn Baing Pauline Hilligg Linda Heroldg Jeannie Jachg Susan Mueller ROW 3: Linda Radkeg Diana Grosg Rita Bosshardtg Diane Conrad: Beverly Morgang Kathleen Dvorakg Betty Ber- endesg Mary Holbachg Judy Erikseng Donna Warreng Nancy Cru- song Sue Ann Bausman ROW 4: Susan Larseng Linda Leurquing Janice Kleing Judy Wagnerg Vicki Megrathg Joyce DeBruler5 Cheryl Buschg Sharon Dahlkg Carol Swansong Marla Gunderson' Vicki Ingwellg Rosemare Pasch. 1 ROW I: Sandra Bergelin: Susan Langeg Maggie Quamg Cassie Pedersong Ellen Dagnong Sandy Akeng Sharon Tessg Karen Har- rigang Jean Niedererg Lesley Smithg Kathy Neisg Mary Copelandg Marion Tyrrell ROW 2: Lee Pauling Barbara Johnsong Carol Wetenkampg Anna Beaver: Stephanie Steinerg Barbara Dunng Barbara Rigdong Elaine Dudleyg Susan Grabowg Karen En- driesg Linda Selkg Liz Schottg Sherald Powellg Linda Becker ROW 3: Lynn Stackg Diane Falbe: Kay Kerng Janet Bothellg Vicki Schoonoverg Pamela Albrechtg Ronda Pleshekg Cheryl Bishopg Margo Ohmang Betty Koenitzerg Sandy Hakomakig Kathy Schott: Nancy Streeterg Mary Priller ROW 4: Bev Manteyg Don- na McKittrickg Kathy Styne: Linda Nelson: Lois Kochg Barb Rufg Diana Archibaldg Lois Dobsong Gail Jankeg Sue Killiang Rita McKinleyg Rita Hartg Ginger Carlsong Ruth Brozek. making new friends ROW I: Vicki Kremerg Jill Blatchleyg Kathy Holzg Sandy Laingg Sue Burg Cindy Hanselg Pam Rangerg Barbara Heinrichg Nancy Somdahlg Joneen Nessg Mary Rieke ROW 2: Janet Powersg Judy Koehlerg Kathi Roehkeng Karen McDermottg Linda Wandelg Re- becca Robinsong Mary Petzoldg Margo Hennigg Donna Hanseng Barbara Mechg Linda Wantag Lois Shingler ROW 3: Donna Ja- cobsg Debbie Wylerg Judy Warwickg Laurie MacMillang Carol Wirtzg Sandy Schultzg Betsy Bondg Anne McGregorg Gail Simon- song Kathy Donnerg Glenda DeHateg Connie Christenseng Debbie Alderman ROW 4: Sue Nantcllg Sue Whiteg Barb Lorenz: Vicki Fergusong Cathy Romensg Linda Schubertg Kay Killiang Donna McQuade: Kathleen Oedsmag Cheetah Warringtong Connie Barnesg Mary Whittyg Elaine Scottg Janice Semrau. ROW I: Sheila Connorsg Diana Gentileg Susan Perryg Pat Cal- candyg Janet Weichbrodg Linda. Campbellg Mary Utterg Fay Genglarg Arlyce Schultz ROW 2: Jane Frydenlundg Carole Kutz- bachg Cheryl Hagamang Sue Hendricks g Joyce Fayg Mary Man- theig Carole Schaubg Sarah Van Wormerg Ann Orr ROW 3: Marg Brehmg Pat Besnerg Melody Eberhartg Sandy Jacksong Judy Collettig Susie Flathg Lynda Olsong Pat Andersong Sue Stues- ser ROW 4: Bonita Duttong Linda Livangoodg Ellen Olsong Con- nie Paulsong Jane Hahng Doris Millardg Margaret Larsong Lin- da Lovalik g Lorraine Steukg Sharon O'Learyg Lynn Karnopp. Wentz Hall 1964 ROW I: Marilyn Knutsong Hollie Kranzuschg Patty Esslingerg Mary Jandag Colleen Hollyg Pat Mulherong Donnette Hollmang Norma Hilversg Kathleen Quinng Kathy Kortbeing Nancy Washicg Diane Glass ROW 2: Adele Johannesg Kathleen Stuartg Pat Ploetzg Diane Nicolaig Marleen Schiebleg Susan Jonesg Marilyn Meyerg Mary Johnsong Joan Berkeng Sandie Simpsong Evelyn Groschg Nancy Jungg Jan Herring ROW 3: Arlys Vlasakg Mary Dwyerg Bonnie Falknerg Donna Jankeg Sharon Hofschildg Char- lene Johnsong Carol Ersepkeg Mary Steineg Kathy Peterseng Joy Andrewg Sandy Rydellg Barb Schmitz ROW 4: Suann Thomp- song Judy Johnsong Susan Bishopg Connie Crooksg Sharon Jerm- stadg Jo Ann Heindelg Karna Olsong Betty Thompsong Mariane Lyonsg Bobette Strandg Carol Hayhurstg Cheryl Fischerg Geri Ruehl. ROW I: Jeannette Droege: Nancy Aldrich: Muriel Roseland: Melisa. Erickson: Barbara Block: Rose Mangiaracina: Sharon Reese: Alice Magnuson: Suzanne Harris: Cheryl Squire ROW 2: Bonnie Rieman: Cheryl Teynorg Pat Zick: Pat Schellenger: Bev Felton: Karen Nordhloomg Karen Board: Ruth Eliason: Sal- ly Belasic: Linda Bergren: Jeanne Huseby ROW 3: Carol Levy: Linda Drinkwaterg Jane Wainwright: Betty Emery: Florance De- Long: Vona Genz: Louise Jensen: Margie Wachal: Kathleen Behling: Nancy Weissenberger ROW 4: Roberta Fietg Sarah Sath- er: Nancy Semradg Virginia Nairn: Karen Kirch: Judith Fenner: Kathy Klus: Mary Linse: Linda Hansen: Nancy Stuart: Candy Buehl. returning co-eds ROW I: Carolyn Crary: Kara Dregneg Joy Markert: Judy Mil- fred: Janice Schwersenska: Vickie Youngmang Barbara Heitz- mang Jessie Sinclair: Barb Drews: Kristy Miller ROW 2: Marilyn Mashak: Gloria Michelsg Charlene Johansen: Liz Crowell: Judy Marx: Nancy Moersch: Sharon Chitwood: Marilynn Kieckhef- er: Jeanne Roetsg Carol Piekarz ROW 3: Janet Dryer: Rosemary White: Susan Johnson: June Oberbrunner: Carol Lenz: Bonnie Bales: Phyllis Puckett: Paulette Andress: Joanne Moussette: Lynn Goodrich: Paula Pederson ROW 4: Joey Scott: Margaret Grant: Kathy Drinnan: Pam Topol: Karen Post: Julie Hutton- burgg Carol Gersmehl: Mary Tornowskeg Connie Boebel: Peg Stoll: Mary Power. ROW I: Aaron Synsteby: Dennis Berg: Harlan Uldendorfg Fred- erick Nagao: Robert Masters: Glenn Jungeg David Pfaff: Douglas Schmitz: Jim Pfeifler: Tom Boland ROW 2: Vince Trudell: Da- vid Urben: Mike Bouzek: Jim Peterson: John Christian: Mike Benedict: Lou Drecktrah: David Babcock: John Kaczmarekg Terry Rybarczyk ROW 3: Jim Winters: Ronald Steel: Jim Bird: Ken Leonard: Cary Goudreaug Jim Stillman: William Harrod: Dana Van Sluys: Randy Seefeldt: Kurt Radtke: Rick John- son: Phil Printz ROW 4: Dave Lien: Thomas Jacobson: Larry Schroeder: Dan Paulson: John Weber: Joel Oren: Mike Maddex: Philip Seeber: Dave Raabe: Bill Collar: Wayne Bishop: Jim Kexel: Jim Greenup. White Hall 1962 ROW I: Raymond Clough: Bud Walker: Albert Rettenmaierg Bob Quirt: Jim Rainer: Vern Seifert: Roger Gerhardt: Bruce Parkovich: Robert Baker: John Evenstad: Thomas Burnick ROW 2: Daniel Dunn: Mark Ruskell: Jim Terry: John Donahue: Jo- seph Wieskc: Wally Miller: Charles Cullen: Ken Thalacker: Bob Bohn: Warren Schultz ROW 3: Dennis Gutman: John Schonertg Tim Stick: Bob Harmel: Jim Baumgartner: Dick Hoeft: Jack Curtis: Ronald Kanter: James Jarchow: Jim Paulus: Bob Riederer ROW 4: Dick Fahrenholz: Bob Mars: John Pitt: Jim Bradley: Vick Connors: Pete Larsen: Don Wilson: Jim Chritton: Robert Matkovich: Jerry Pacer: Marvin Biesiadeck. ROW I: Robert YVappg Wayne Torgersong Paul Benzingg George Zunigag Raymond Mullins: Fred Guinng David Wfentworthg Gary Gernetzkeg Ron Jones ROW' 2: Steven Goedeg Roger Bartlett: Dave Sadowskig Jay Friedmang Terry Petersen: Warren Dahl: Chuck Kuchlerg Garth Shankling Dick Reissg John Kading ROW 3: Chuck Ladisg Mark Simon: Dave Morleyg Bill Sterbag Ron Cervenkag Tim Theilerg Duaine Dregneg Jim Wfillgerg Terry Hardtkeg Richard Johnson ROW 4: Bob Leeg Roger Byers, Dan Liskc5 Tim Betzleg Jim Friedlg Dave Schmidtg Les Glennag Ed Karceskig Gene Bourdage: Ray HoH'manng Mark Crnkovick. surviving exams ROW I: Richard Segalg Ray Turnerg John Caing Dusty DeCiccog Richard Klahundeg Jay Stewart: Bill Breneman ROW 2: Jeff O1- song Dick Durnfordg Glen Laschg Dennis Gorskig Howard John- song Aaron Bahlg Steven Birdseyg Peter Werner ROW 3: James Secretarskig Alan Knudsong James Nelson: Joe Doyleg Ryan Shec- hyg Rick Geracieg Thomas Antonneau ROW 4: Greg McNeelyg John Raine: Ron Fischer: Tom Smith: Russell Hankcg Pat Braung Topper Hagerrnang John Wadephul. ROW I: Vicky White: Arda Hansbcryg Janith Prellg Nancy Em- ery: Pat Anderson: Porry Braunsteing Kathy Ducharmeg Linda Georgesong Paulette Andre and Bootsg Stephanie Ulvestadg Gloria Humphrey ROW 2: Tekla Anderson: Sharon Neinastg Jean Barinag Cheryle Snyderg Nancy Jarvis: Kathy Ahlg Judy Cox: Sharon Barnowskvg Wendy Bootzg Lynda Franklin: Mary Klern- inerg Jean White: Madelyn Marlock ROW 3: Joan Robertsg Wilder Jeanne Suberag Anita Melbyg Adrianne Einzigg Marilyn Mendel- song Judy Birkholz: Janice Holtzeg Kris Fox: Cherri Wrchotag Mary Ringerg Margaret Berry: Marie Powers ROW 4: Jeanette Prewg Jean Schultzg Mary Gossensg Marilyn Bjorgeg Judy Zwet- tlerg Jane Coleyg Cherylyn Fletcher: Theo Flickingerg JoAnn Dempseyg Jane Gelhausg Ann Pierickg Carol Apple: Sharon Bal- ousek. Hall 1951 ROIV I: Jeannie Walgenhachg Delores Meaehamg Cheryl Solch- enbergerg Patricia Connellg Sharon Nada: Barbara Dahmsg Les- lie Plain: Dianne Ostrerng Naoma Shampine: Phoebe Sundg Rinda Reinold ROW 2: Nancy Hcwish: Marianne Stark: Bar- bara LeFeverg Christine Cudek: Kathryn Meyocks: Alice Kukus- kag Debbie Parentg Jacqueline O'Gracly5 Bobbi Krhing Kathy Schowalter: Charlene Hohlerg Diane Ziemann ROW 3: Edith Gratkeg Connie Kolbog Karen Klugg Virginia Payne: Jerrilyn Par- sons: Dianne Weidernang Joanne Ventura: Nancy Dickinson: Sharon Ristowg Pat Splittg Sue Jerome: Sue Hutchinson ROW 4: JoEllen Krause: Nancy Veithg Carol Nelson: Linda Gottbcheutg Lanell Swiggumg Mary McLaughlin: Joan Schmidt: Paula Weis- brodg Janice Lorenzeng Patricia Miller: Leslie McCumberg Anne Ludemang Gayle Mortenson. Wilder Hall is the oldest of the girls' dormitories. Living three in rooms small for two was just one of many adjustments Wilder girls made this year. ROW I: Cindy Caldwellg Elizabeth Bloomg Barb Langeg Marty Burrisg Jill Walkerg Danny Ostlundg Marilyn Schwartzg Jane Howlandg Janice Stremchag Sandy Wandsneiderg Linda Toddg Carolyn Quammeng Sharon Lepschg Teresa Cipra ROW 2: Joy Brownleeg Ann Schyeg Arlene Altg Betty Hiserg Holly Rothg Ka- thy OlRourkeg Pam Schroederg Susan Vizankog Diane Armatag Shirley Tapeltg Ellen Stekelg Mary Jean McCombg Sue Bergerg Emily Meyer ROW 3: Kate Conneryg Margaret Robichaudg 'www R NLN1 - 1 - ..,f43i.fAii Q' Q Nz-1 L 1 ,,. V I I - wfayfb- A Q ' ' ' '- fmge,zfte f,r f ff - f 'fW1aiga: ,yw2. . ,7,'tY my gg A,A. ,N , A ,. we ti Barb Pieperg Kathie Tenchg Mary Marting Sandra Anderson: Gloria Hutchinsong Nancy Polivkag Kay Andersong Jackie Heus- erg Marcia Tremaine: Linda Novyg Toni O,Brieng Susan Brogan: Kitsy McCulloch ROW 4: Linda Swiggumg Judy DeJongg Holly Hoeslyg Sherry Tennantg Barb Gamberg Mary Grunwaldg Lynn Howellg Carol Karpsg Chris Zampackg Connie Morgang Joann Clarkg Denise Carlsong Sharon Schwoeglerg Sandra Fraser: Sue Franzeng Sandy Schmit. wi ,M wf4 MW ww 2 ,J UNDERC LASSMEN Qff Campus 3 ROW I: Marilyn Breckag Barb Skogeng Mary Jo Kriemelmeyerg Barbara Millerg Relie Chatoffg Marilyn Strasserg Donna Haugeng Mary Olseng Ann Rommelg Cherrie Wallermang Mike Maeves. ROW 2: Morris Irwing Judy Cunninghamg Sally Redling Mary Morehouseg Carol Browng Sheryl Burkhalterg Joyce Richterg Yvonne Enderleg Lois Sniderg Alyce Schneebergerg Leslie Lorenz. ROW 3: Walter Shoemakerg Gerald Strettmaterg Larry Pischkeg Peter Burnsg Dave Brandtg Jerry Staatsg David Lukasg Jerry Sheehang Louis Levy. ROW 4: Tom Tschanzg George Shalabig Robert Ballietg Tom Selkg William Webbg Ian MacAulay5 Larry Johnsong David Johanng Rodney Nelsong Richard Nuttallg Mike Cross. uniors ROW I: Wayne Hallg Pam Klundg Sue Bacung Pam Gustg Eleanor Ryeg Sally Ragmerg Ingrid Franckseng Sandra Millerg Neil Greinke. ROW 2: Jim Websterg Richard Flayterg Jim Passeg Karen Dwy- erg Nancy Zimmerrnanng Judy Klehmg Jan Doleschalg Howard Wettsteing Michele Gravesg Ken Spraetz. ROW 3: Terry Thomasg Nick Morang Tom Adamsg Dan Netwalg Larry Pitznerg Mike Maing Keith Burandg James Crossg Dennis Wamplerg Dean Schwarten. ROW 4: Ron Lokkeng Dean Northg Tom Kerrigang Harold Ericksong Tom Subranekg Victor Gehmg Wesley Hurl- burtg M. Arvid Ellefsong John Polodnag Tom Byerlyg Paul Som- mers. ,du ..- ROW I: Thomas Betsingerg Mick Millerg Janet Woodsg Ann Halbergg Karen Johnsong Bill Davisg Lynn Laurseng Barb Kinyong Lorenzeng Rori Templing Doug Weittenhiller. ROW 2: Susan Cheryl Trapp. reaching the end D K ww , r This is Junior living! Kay Fisher directs recreation at St. Wenceslaus. VE if' " ..5x'i Roger Crum lights the alter candles in the Lutheran Center Chapel. ' F1315 As part of her room and board, Sharon Rodey does light house- work. Sophomores ROW I: Donetta Metcalfg Mary Mattisong Kathleen Senng Judy Rotterg Sandra Blahut: Cheryl Skogcng Carol Radkeg Chris- tine Knudsong Rosanne Hansong Sharon Rodeyg Sandy Fox. ROW 2: Barb Pankeg Elinor Jenseng Larry Hardyg Mike Seder- quistg Mike Loweg Gary Liederg John Birkinbineg Russ Carterg John Smallg judeen Stoveyg Melissa Cooper. ROW 3: Robert Meronkg Pete Sullivang George Kohlmeierg Gilbert Fosterg James Leonhartg William Gautschg Jim Novakg Pete Tanglcyg Jack Berndtg Neil Lillie. ROW 4: Myron Beyg Dennis Burtong Merlin Karding Dennis Sparsg Alan Staffong Richard Breitenfieldg Don- ald Mayg Dan Boeckg Dean Voskuilg Wayne Vergoweg Bob Renz. ROW I: Judy Jungeng Lynn Brendleg Carolyn Smith, Nancy Sweeneyg Peggy Stellpflugg Sue Arentzg Patricia Strasserg Betty Wardg Kathryn Gayg Janet Rennyg Gwen Scottg JoAnn Schultz. ROW' 2: Pat Sebranekg Arthur McBain5 James Strancg Jim Finng Marcia Slocurng Bill Frey: Mike Flanagang Dan Foleyg Paul Van Akkereng Pete Kremenski. ROW 3: John Jessesskig Don Hansong Denny Liebscherg Roger Crum: James Bergg Don Hehenbergerg Darrel Jacobsg Wayne Herzogg Roger Knutsong Jon Aldrich. ROW 4: John Stageg Dave Beaverg Jack Wiersgallag Jack Con- noughtong Joseph Clernentig Bob Mullinsg Bob Wielandg Gary Valleeg Rick Vaccag Tom Joanisg Ron Potterg Mark Julsred. preparing for the future ROW I: Mary Jane Whiteg Judi Ornang Bobbie Jean Arms: Mary Kamlag Susan Weigg Eleanor Watermang Patsy Gillesg Nancy Norcross: Sandra Derks, ROW 2: Rick Hawkins: Mike Schultzg John Jurkowskig Roger Beahmg Phil Peckharng Leonard Rashg Gerald Bonsackg John Fitzpatrick: Jeff Miller. ROW 3: Dennis Olsong Larry Tramrnellg Joe Louisg Jim Gallagerg Mike Kovatovicg Bud Olsong Mike RoralT5 Eric Prudhome. ROW 4: Raymond Berghoeferg Dennis Klirnkeg Bill Bartelsg Brian Fosterg Steve Pischkeg Robert Powers: Dave Dregne. ROW I.' Antoinette Johnson: Barbara Fuchsteinerg Kathryn Strasserg Nancy Newland: Jayne Young: Ellen Mikkelsong Cathy Schroeder: Jean Brinkman: Lenore Crothers: Karen Sebien. ROW 2: Ron Brocklehurst: Bob Richards: Tom Poe: Paul Gui- bordg Marilyn Rega: Paulette Wagnerg Dorothy Thickeg Jane Bichag Janet McArdle5 Jina Tracey: Arlan Stone. ROW 3: Charles Dee: Charles Hastings: Weley Harwickg Dennis Senn: Dennis Almosg Barbara Bronson: Dick Kastenschmidtg M. Mivhaelsong Gerald Stetzerg Dean Wilder. ROW 4: Steve Muller: Chuck Flume: Ron Rieberg Ed Antoniak: Al Jackson: Bryan Gust: Den- nis Heinkeg Jerald Wiese: Robert Kjos: Jim Hildebrandt: Robert Tracey. Freshmen ROW I: Kathy Dummerg Kathy Raseman: Jean Christianson: Sheilas Scoville: Sharon Goulding Linda Dowellg Helen Hafs: Carrie Bjorge: Marilyn Jenks: Janine Schaller: Nadine Clark. ROW 2: Barb Janzeng Mary Kroner: Jane Balfanz: Bruce Con- stalieg Michael Penrudg Anthony Thompson: Dennis Vierrag Ruth Christen: Mary Moon: Shirley Crews: Linda Norman: Judy McKenzie: ROW 3: Jerry Ebnerg Allen Richmond: John Haag: Patrick Anderson: Mary Burke: Linda Christensen: Robert Poeh- ling: Rick Young: Jerry Becker: Lance Optenbergg Wayne Niel- sen: ROW 4: Larry Button: Jeff Jamesg Bill George: Warren Dreyerg Irwin Capaulg Dan Knudtson: Louis Balling Gary Pampuchg Gordon Nelson: Tom Kneifi: Roger Oelke: Robert Bush. ROW I: Rozann Lehrkeg Elizabeth Hickeyg Barbara Youngmang Julie Krieseg Margaret Conradg Donna Sebranekg Carla Alleng Vicki Skogeng ROW 2: Jil L. Storckg Toni Newg Kay Halversong Kathy O'Connorg Marguerite Davidsong Donna Hodsong Ellen Morrell. ROW 3: Mary Downingg Mary Hartg Leslee Rightmireg 1 Xi' g A ,.,: Linda Meirg Cynthia Loschingg Charlotte Breumg Sharon Sieber Joan Hackner. ROW 4: Michael Korgerg Roy Platzg Dale Melby Steve Cuellarg David Joanisg Peter Freisingerg Charles Kraska Steve Solbergg Thomas Stone. accepting the challenge ROW I: La Rae Petersong Betty Stuhrg Beverly Albitzg Jean Nessg Susan O'Brieng Pam Thaldorfg Judy Volden. ROW 2: Carol Stroehg Diane Vaalerg Jo Walkerg Diane Bromileyg Kathy Rankg Beth Dolbierg ROW 3: Beverly Gillesg Jim Birnbaumg Robert Skaifeg Howard Raymer: Tom Kennedy: Ron Allen, joan Dauphin. ROW 4: Rick Servaisg Harry Leeg Terry Mc- Ardleg David Johnsong Greg Jablonskig Bob Conrad. ' ' "i mf ' , -1532 , " t g: ,ubl F , Q t X A l 1 A ' I l 1' .4 ,,. H? L. vw W it .V av M, s jr s ,M . ra, WINTER Student Life . . . . . . Special Events Calendar Queen . . Winter Carnival . . Dave Brubeck .... Play . ...... ..... . Catalina Show . . . . Sports Basketball . . . . . . Wrestling , , , , , Swimming . . . . .. Gymnastics . .. . . Intramurals . . . . . . r Organizations ' .... .. . 1965 Winter was . . . the Christmas Spirit 1966 Winter was a Fantasy in Snow 1966 Winter was .. N A Sportsmanjs Delight aim.: M535 Q.. W .,,. , '-fm 1966 Presents CALENDAR QUEEN Marty Burris Miss April Hank Delikoski Miss January Dianne Smalancke 491 Miss February Barb Panke ,B 1. if L, ,,. LF, hx I Miss May Sue Rezel 6 Miss July Pam Smith MISS September Sarahe Sands 1 f 3 Miss November Terry Lindgren J 1,1 as e ig f.,,i,,1.-1-f-A Winter Carnival King and Queen, Herrn Dustman and Shirley Walsvik 66 lg "7-:ar at ' W , Alpha Phi Omega frater- "Satellites in the Hands of the Sun" gave the Tau Kappa Epsilon nity received first place fraternity second place in the ice sculpture contest. hongfg for thgir HASUO- Indianautsf' Winter Carnival Satellites in the Sun Sue Stuesser, an Alpha Phi pledge, took first place with her HSatellite in the Sun" creation. l35 days' growth gave Gary Dresang undisputed first place in the beard contest. feb! ft. is We Q!! was Wi 1 Val: Q, 1, , 2 Q- l sg. Q 'U 'w 3 'Hf,,f- , ., rurfl Q , ti. .3 .f l,,, i f M, ij? , g i 'QTY fi as 5 "Indian in Orbit" was the Alpha Kappa Lambda's third place entry. W Sam the Sham and the Pharohs invaded La Crosse to start the Winter Carnival activities. The Alpha Phils pull! Delta Sigma Phi members slip and slide across the finish line. 5.3 Winter Carnival Fun nz, N ww' A graceful leap and a desperate efTort put this snowshoer over the obstacle. .. M, W -wr- , " " The Alpha Xi Delta turtle race proves frustrating, but fun for this devoted gambler. The Beta Sigma Chi fraternity collected the most tickets with their colorful booth-and barker! :img The Alpha Omicron Pi sorority specialized in fortune telling. The most beautiful fortune was told hy the Alpha Phi's who received the first place over-all trophy. It was worth three tickets to hit these in- viting Alpha Kappa Lamhda targets. Beating a Sigma Tau Gamma member in "QI" was the Golden Sun's major attraction. 69 Dave Brubeck 1131161 Jow Morcllo, who joined the group as drummer in 1956, and Eugene Wright, the bass player who became a member of the organization in 1958 have been quickly recognized by jazz fans for their fine musicianship. ji' Paul Desmond, alto saxophonist joined forces with Dave Brubeck in 1951, and two years later the two won almost every major jazz poll. The response to the Quartet by the standing- room-only audience at the Vocational School Auditorium in December is best summarized by jazz expert, Leonard Feather: 4'The unity among the four is extraordinary and almost without parallel in contemporary jazz." " V .ff "iI1l""5! Beatrice, Lorelle Brownell, pleads with Eddie, T. D. Brown, to give Cath- erine a chance to grow up. In "A View from the Bridgev, Arthur Biiller has chosen to deal with the dockworkers on the Brooklyn waterfront. He placed his story into the structural framework of a Greek tragedy. His central character, Eddie Carbone, becomes a driven, possessed man, pursuing a line of action that leads to an inevitable climax and his death, the character of Alfieri, a lawyer, serves as a "ehorus,', commenting on the action as well as being a part of it. The Cast Alfieri ......... . . . Jeff Klund Eddie Carbone . .. ..... T. D. Brown Beatrice ...... . . . Lorelle Brownell Catherine . . ..... Susan Beebe Marco . . . . . . Robert Gronski Rudolfo . . .. . Dustin Evans Louis . . . ...... Larry Karch . . Doug Weittenhiller .. Thomas Chritton Mike ...... lst Officer . . . 2nd Ofiicer . .. .. Richard Grieger Lipari ..... . . . Donald Herzog Tony ............... i.... ...... L u is Esquilin Two '4Submarines" . . Cisco Nunez 8: Al Valdez Director ..................... William Dixon 71 Eddie attacks Rudolfo, Dustin Evans as Catherine, Susan Beebe, tries to stop him. A View from the Bridge Catherine, Alfieri, Jeff Klund, and Rudolfo plead with Marco, Robert Gronski, to promise to leave Eddie alone. 4 In perfect time, rhythm, and style, Terry Lindgren and Pam Smith portray The West- ern Life. Square-dancing aquatic style suggests The Westward Movement. s ' it s ands .1--1 ...ish .aut -out Al" ""' """"' I Kill 02"-D NSD' X l '55' fi it N -, . -1" 5 ' V .Q L5 2 gg ii 3 , ' rtssrst, ll tete ' ""' 5 L we . Jr ' ww W? N L Catalina Water Show .QV 'e K Worries Are Over, a post-war theme, is beautifully presented by Lin da Shawaluk and Larry Shepard. '+I' -r...,f ,......l ,.............. fpii'-""""' i Mx.t,:.,. '-' , .M-..-. if .paw Q-...catzzfws .-.gngxu-in V ' e"""1"' 7'-f'-'..'1.ii is is . we---'..:, 42. .. ,, FJ.:-.-M' "' riff- Q-f qw' ws., ,. 5 T 4 . .3 i Q ', 4 A '3f"vswue S . . 94, t,..,.... ,K . A. be t, T 5 K f.""' T ' K T .Qw- . 'Q-T...-.Q , Vik 5.-'FL -av" Sally Bentzien, Carol Fenney, Barbara Gamber, and Maggie Robichaud have fun with their Space Race routine. Tempo of American Times Through the medium of aquatic art, the Catalina Club presents its interpretations and impressions of the changing American Scene. VVith the rumble of war drums in the background, Terry Lindgren, Pam Smith, Lois Cotton, and Betty Mesch present The Chaos of War. 'X Q 73 ' t Q fi' W A-0--35" f ' -, . v v .. , uv - A ' v ' ' " ,fi A S T Q vftrffif Mi:-.,1.1't' '--it As Keystone Cops, Steve Pischke and D e a n Schwarten bring back fond memories ofthe Roaring 20's. Closely guarded John Mitich d La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse La Crosse rives foralay-up. La Cfgsgg La Crosse Dennis Stannard shoots a freethrow in the tense Hnal game a Scoreboard 91 Winona 80 Gustavus Adolphus 62 River Falls 89 Whitewater 87 Superior 4 Platteville 73 Jamestown 81 Lincoln 72 Stevens Point 78 Oshkosh 75 Stout 88 Eau Claire 73 Northern Illinois 80 Whitewater 77 Eau Claire 100 Platteville 88 River Falls 80 Stevens Point 79 Oshkosh 81 Superior 71 Stout gainst Stout. 74 trust :- t 03 .ff la-9 ROW I: A1 Tomaszewski, Gene Loughrin, Ken Johnson, John John Moriarity, Bob Bruett, john Johnson, Bill Webb, A. C. Mitich, Jim Webster, Dennis Miller, Don Miller, Olin Harried. Stadthaus, Dick Fahning, Ron Byers, Dave Neuberger, Wayne ROW 2: Mike Flannagan, Ian MacAulay, Dennis Stannard, Jacobson, Wayne Sojkowski. Basketball Bucket Bound The Indians' 8-8 won-lost record put them in a three way tie for fourth place in the confer- ence. The record is deceiving, though, as the In- dians lost three games by fewer than four points. This was a year of rebuilding for Coach De- Voll. A. C. Stadthaus was the only returning starter. As a reward for setting a new L.S.U. re- bounding record with 307 rebounds and for lead- ing the team, Ace was elected Most Valuable Player by his teammates. Scrappy Ken Johnson received the John Stearns Award for the most improved player. Ace Stadthaus, Most Valuable Player and top rebounder for La. Crosse grabs one against River Falls. JL 5 Big Bill VVebb dunks one on. Q 4 as some surprised Falcons look John Mitich scrambles for a loose ball against River Falls. l l lg lssssl V John Moriarity attempts a shot over a big Falcon forward. John Mitich shoots a long jumper. Ron Byers fakes before driving. Ken Johnson, who received the John Stearns Award, drives in for a lay-up. 77 ,jg 4-...... -w "'1-.1,, Nqr .. 'Q W an ,,,.,..,---I ROW I: Wayne Bruno, Neil Greinke, Al Freeman, Paul Weiske, Ron Faulkner, Jim Bishop, Dan Paulson, Denny Berg. ROW 2: Norb Duba, Jim Taylor, Steve Willet, Jim Novak, Marty Sobczak, LeRoy Lathrop. ROW 3: Jerry Meronk, Ray Trebold, Peter Brown, Richard Klabundle, Rick Johnson, Darryl White, Ken Spraetz, Jim Lacko, Dave Urban, Ron Johnson. Though the wrestling team finished with a 4 and 10 won-lost record and were, for the most part, an inexperienced team there were some ex- cellent performances from freshmen Jim Lacko and Steve Willet, and sophomore Al Poser. Poser won the conference championship at 191 pounds and Jim Lacko placed third at 123 pounds. Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Crosse Scoreboard Upper Iowa Un. Stout Stevens Point Whitewater Eau Claire Stevens Point Platteville Winona River Falls Whitewater Loras College St. Thomas Stout Marquette Un. Conference Champion 191 lbs. Alan Poser Third Place in Conference 123 lbs. Jim Lacko Jim Lacko, who finished third in the conference, gets a take down. a An L.S.U. grappler is finding it diflicult to get loose. Jerry Meronk waits tensely for the command to wrestle Wrestling Agile Matmen Trying to untangle himself is a, La. Crosse State matman. M, 5 l I 'g:gfA' ii.. is . 4, me As the gun sounds the swimmers dive into the water. Swimming Splashing V 1ctor1es Scoreboard La Crosse 33 Platteville La Crosse 53 Lawrence La Crosse 29 Winona La Crosse 75 Luther La Crosse 3rd 3 Teams Participated La Crosse 52 Stevens Point La Crosse 77 River. Falls La Crosse 63 Agustavus Adolphus La Crosse 4-7 UW-M La Crosse 4th Conference Meet ROW I: Pat A'Hearn, Tim Meyer, Steve Pischke, Dan Pickett, Wayne Bohlmann, Topper Hagerman, Ralph Ray- mond. ROW 2: Assistant Coach Terry Warner, Bob Keller, Clark Tingle, Pete Von Allmen, Bob Polan, Larry Dowd, Head Coach Bill Otto. i ',t- , P - -f- ' tsti P 3 W W as -- -. g isst A ? 7 - , . "-"5 'ki' ie . , Het ' ' if ' , at ik L . ,.,l. V x . . . M I ' ' f . ' 5 3 ' il 4 ' l ' . A 2? f 1 . 3 . . t 7 f , t gg f W .5 ff' ti q 5 , on 7 , , ff-, , ' ,g 'W i I . e Qi .,. Ji I, ' I . V. V cj., S fr - K ' I C if , ling 1977. . etyl - Q .fa - 7 . f ' R ttri 2? , ' at .Q ltty ' WJ: f 3 7 JJ? M wx: I K ,. Q . R f A ' -e-,, 5 .9, my -. , w r 5 .A a j ,.,,-': -. f Q , t ,G 5, . 5 wtf Y ,P - ' '-tr A R X , : I F, . A A ,Qt . at I , Q I 1 , f K ., -Wi fi gifs , f im- ,I "if If 6 t7 X' e.f"i 3 ' if 80 j e g., if , KI 'Y . riq ifqati at 4 1: ,.-a r e - , V ,2 . Q x We Q t xl',,-1 -nur "N , ,gm - A Y' 3 ,,,.,-le K K ,tv Timers wait tensely as the swimmers splash to the finish. The La Crosse swim team finished 4th in the conference compiling an overall won-lost record of 5 and 4. The tankmen were led by co-captains Pete Von Allmen and Topper Hagerman. Fine performances were turned in throughout the season by Ralph Raymond, Tim Meyer, Wayne Bohlman, and Dan Pickett. Gymnastics Poise and Precision In winning the Wisconsin State University Conference Championship this year, the La Crosse gymnasts made it the 20th championship gained by post World War II varsity gymnastic squads. This yearls team was led by seniors Cary Anderson and Charley Kwick, and sophomore Dave Wentworth. The above three along with Larry Pruess, Glenn Elder, Tim Stich, and Ed Karceski helped to give La Crosse a first place finish in the conference this year. Scoreboard La Crosse 2nd La Crosse Invitational 5 Teams Participated La Crosse 87.5 River Falls 24.5 La Crosse 45 M. I. T. 57 La Crosse 32 Bemidji 88 La Crosse 56 M. I. T. 48 La Crosse 81 Stevens Point 29 La Crosse 48.3 Stout 63.6 La Crosse 69.5 Stevens Point 42.5 La Crosse 3rd Northwest Invitational 7 Teams Participated La Crosse 78.5 River Falls 33.5 La Crosse lst W.S.U. Conference Meet Charles Kwick shows the form that won him top honors in the W.S.U. Conference Championships. Poise and balance are demonstrated by Tim Stich on the P-bars. ROW I: Ed Karceskig Dave Wentworthg Coach Gershong Cary Anderson, Captain: Charles Kwick, Larry Pruessg Tim Stich. ROW 2: Danny Breidenbackg Jim Baumgarteng Dean Wilderg Glenn Elclerg Jim Lewisg Lee Spletter. ROW 3: Larry Shepard, Managerg John Sery, Manager, Bruce Baka. ' ' Vx! M J. . ,, A A' A l 93 ..,, .3 .rf ,. If . 7 rn A , r X it . Get in there! ' A ,V Jump, Bean! ,- g is s.. Service ! Womenis Intramurals For leisure time activity and fun, the Women's Recreation Association sponsors archery, volley- ball, basketball, badminton, and softball tourna- ments for all women students. The activities are designed to promote fellowship, good sports- manship, and physical fitness I 82 sittin il' .ans ESX if if ' an G+ A vhpplff The Kappa Kats of the Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity were winners of the all-university basketball tournament el Menis Intramurals Intramurals are extra-curricular sports for those not active in intercollegiate athletics. The intra- mural program begins in September with touch football and ends with softball in May. Participa- tion can be in a dormitory, fraternity, or inde- pendent league. Fun, sportsmanship, and clean competition prevail. . and at other times you get it in the face! Sometimes you get it on the side of the head . . . I jfs- 4 I , , W' QW 1: fjfg 1 ' 575,-If - -f'-' ff , .. W GRGAN I ZATICJN S Fx L I Q ..- '14 mdk 3 86 VhA,.: V ,A . N M ,Q iw? -H, fx h .... ku? 87 ,-Y-fvvv-"' Q 41,5 Q 'e 5 1 gi A bex .T.f?' ROW l.' Deanna Olson, Millie Nelson, Barbara Youngman Bonnie Lothian, Margaret Rezek ROW 2: Sandra Youngman Joan Bartlettg Jacqueline O'Grady, Marianne Stark, Geri Ruehl Cheryl Fischer ROW 3: Dick Rogers, Darryle Damon, Carol Hay- hurstg Joey Scott, Cindy Howland, Jim Smart, John Pankiewicz ROW 4: Robert Voight, Advisor, Bill Parr, Lee Harwell, Herm Dustman, Roger Crum, John Stage, Wayne Jacobson. ampus Controls Council As a representative body, the Campus Controls Council devoted its efforts to the promotion of communication between the students, the faculty and the administration. In doing this, the C.C.C. placed major emphasis on investigating student problems, making the administration aware of these concerns, and formulating constructive poli- The C.C.C. welcomes interested students at Student Night. cies in regards to these problems. A 24-hour study period before final examinations, the investigation of a teacher-course evaluation, a new spring break policy, the planning of Freshman Orientation, and greater student body representation on the council were all part of the Council's endeavors to fulfill its representative function. Herm Dustman, president of C.C.C., converscs with other state educational leaders at the Joint Council of Presidents and Deans meeting. Activities J H 'tte i 'e?"'::, , Nipfx ,,, 2 'fuilff ini Q-eff .. A f . K : 1, talrwyy.. 3 g , ,K Y IQQEEQSQQIW wk 1 4, 1 in A A my '5 ,"i s 5 3253 f K ig. Q "wimpy, M! ,391 0? ' Students enjoy the A.W.S. Church Breakfast. Associated Women Students ROW I: Helen Emeryg Barbara Schlosserg Georgene Kuzmag Kay Fisher ROW 2: Roberta Fietg Linda Nelsong Jacki Heuserg Judy Erdmang Karla Kiesow ROW 3: Carlynn Hulbertg Gayl Dianne Smalancke, chairman of the state A.W,S. convention which will meet here next fall, prepares the invitations. In spite of the rain, the annual Big-Little Sister picnic was sponsored by A.NV.S. with a spirit of "let's get acquaintedn prevailing. The picnic was one of several programs A.W.S., the women's governing body, conducted for the women students living on and oi? campus. Two church breakfasts- one each semesterg a semi-formal dance, 'WVinter Fantasyf' and a wonderful Mother's Day weekend were other social events planned by A.W.S. The legislative and judicial phases of A.W'.S. consisted this year of the reviewing and revising the womenls dormitory hours and changing various rules and regulations affecting women as the need arose. Gutknechtg Dianne Smalancke5 Doris Millardg Pam Topolg Mrs. Haas, advisor. Nm-4 qw 'TZ3' ROW I: Judy Boederg Mrs. Pinkstong Dean Cartwright ROW 2: Dean Steuckg John Stageg Mr. Hoodg Mr. Marshallg Dave Frisbie Mr. Strandg Dr. Carlssong Dean Gunning. Student Union Board Student Union Committees ROW I: Kathy Behlingg Mrs. Pinkstong Saralie Sandsg Dean Tenckhoffg Darryle Damong Joey Scott ROW 2: Dr. Parksg Dean Hogueg Jim Smartg John Christiang Dean Steuckg Mr. Strand. Organizations Food ROW I: Donna Jankeg Sandra Schlosserg Karen Wulff ROW 2: Mr. Hood, advisorg Tom Hansong Paul Williamsg Jim Geissnerg Steve Reardon. ROW I: Beth Bowersg Mrs. Pinkston, advisorgi Bonnie Beamer ROW 2: Karen Jacobsg Dick Flynng Sheryl Burkhalter. Public Relations i Recreation ROW I: Larry Ellefsong Joan Millerg Diane Nelsong Karen Jacobs ROW 2: Mr. Hood, advisorg Arthur McBaing Bruce McLaing Joe Kershaskyg Mr. Mar- shall, advisorg Dick Flynng Fred Fibegerg Don Ketchum. ROW I: Mrs. Pinkston, advisorg Jane Peder- song Carol Mooreg Stan Dorffg Jan Martinsg Charles Mooreg Sonja. Pfa.Ffg Gerald Bonsackg Judy Co- letti. Qperation and Procedures ROW' I: Carleen Siehg Carol Vogclpohlg Beth Bowersg Darryle Damon ROW 2: Larry Ellcfson: John Kadingg Dale Raeg Dave Frisbieg Gary Bendling Don Ketchumg Mr. Strand, advisor. Entertainment Darryle Damon ROW 2: Linda Campbellg 'E' 'Cf' 1 . 'San g ,GY-ff T. ROW I: Dianne Smalaneke5 Carolyn Kareeskig Millie Nelsong Julie Mack ROW 2: Susan Man- theig Kathie Tenchg Carleen Siehg Carol Vogelpohl. Panhellenic Council The greatest job forthe Panhellenic Council this years was the co-sponsorship of Homecoming. Though Homecoming was a tremendous success, the standing-room-only performance by the Dave Brubeck Quartet which the council sponsored in cooperation with the Lectures and Concerts Com- mittee was considered one of the best campus ac- Rushees enjoy punch and Cake at the Panhellenic Rush Tea. tivities for the year. The third major activity for the council was Formal Rush which was held in February. Beginning with an all-sorority tea and ending with the rush parties and finally initiation, rush required the combining of talents and efforts of all sorority members. Dianne Smalaneke talks to Sue Johnson, president of the University of Wisconsin's Panhellenic Council. M3 x Alpha micron Pi 'wr-J The AOII's proudly display their first place Powder Puff Olympics trophy. ROW I: Cheryl Hartmang Saralie Sands, Jan Stockwell, Sharon Reese, Jean Buckley, Trudy Boleng Andi Elstad, Pam Klund, Barbara Panke, Sandra Miller ROW 2: Nancy Plappert, Barb Skrobotg Karen Ulnessg Pat Ploetzg Carol Romeo, Margie Wachal, Gale Huseg Linda Hundtg Pat Klugg Kate Deppeler ROW 3: Hank Delikoski, Darryle Damon, Linda Drinkwatebg yidbw iiii I ii Sue tries to catch her breath after the milk-bottle contest. Transforming the sorority room in Baird Hall into a suite in Japanese lNlodern decor was one of the Alpha Omicron Pils proud achievements for this year. XVinning the Powder Pull Olympics, sponsoring the winning Homecoming Queen candi- date, Hank Delikoski, and participating in lYinter Carnival, the Songfcst, and the Beta Variety Show were other AOII accomplishments. The sorority visited the Bethany Old Follcs Home bringing laughter and youthful enthusiasm to these people. Carol Hayhurstg Candy Buehlg Sue Hickeyg Linda Hanseng Joey Scottg Sue Lucas, Cheryl Trapp ROW 4: Carlynn Hulbert, Di- anne Smalanckeg Susan Manthei, Gayle Gutknecht, Christine Johnson, Shirley Walsvikg Nancy Zimmermann, Ellie Balz, Sonja Pfaffg Karen Dwyer, Dianne Nelson. ROW 1: Barbara Schlosserg Betz Mesehg Mary Maloneg Marty Steffeng Pam Srnithg Judy Portzg Carolyn Karceskig Carol Piekarzg Judi Patienceg Kitsy McCulloch, Kelly McCoyg Barbara Drews. ROW 2: Jeanne Roetsg Helen Hardingg Joanne Zeilingerg Sharon Hofflandg Kay Fisherg JoAnn Millerg Marilyn Millerg Marlene Tenl-Iakeng Sheri OlRourke5 Susan Bergerg Joanne Moussette. ROW 3: Kathy Urbang Nancy Hassg Carol Wetenkampg Carol Lenzg Connie Oweng Kathie Tenchg Nancy Royg Carol Lamp Barb Kinyong Terry Lindgreng Barb Heinoneng Sally Jo Haymann ROW 4: Sylvia Murphyg Jane Pederseng Karen Postg Julie Hut tenburgg Lynn Laurseng Cheryl Hermanng Mary Engsbergg Ben jie Knoxg Maribeth Bowersg Karen Johnsong Nancy Nicklas Jean Stadler. lpha Phi Striking up a rhythm band with members of the Mulders Nursing Home, and dancing and singing with the Older folks was the Alpha Phi Sorority's philanthropic project this year. Socially, the Alpha Phi calendar was filled with a variety of events which included: a water carnival for all These Alpha Phi bowlers won the roll-off for the Sorority League Bowling Championship. organizations on campus, a Thanksgiving banquet for the Alpha Phi family, a Holly sale at Christmas providing additional money for the building fund, a Faculty Tea for all women members of the faculty, a Mother's Day banquet, and a candy sale for additional building fund resources. The first Alpha Phi Water Carnival proves fun for both Greek and independent teams. 'ii if 4 'mf 4- "3..ns-Blu. V-fa... Alpha Xi Delta if 3 f M- ,ft 'A .. ,. . - -2 Sm Yi s..5.g.WV M 4 V W .4 .- -,.w:w::a we ik aststfiztwiiaww' K g'HQ1,a-mf '-:""'li' " Vt, lyga J A A , '4?e,s:i'fxr,'?5:S'!?xf -'fi-J' J ' ,- . ' 'rfigffifi img.: Tint-w W' . J. .. te N V ' :M 5iji"55- 'D .i..5fi1i V. Wf:mv1:e.:Eii:U?if'7 . .asL'i'riki Bonnie Rieman tosses a "grenade', for the Alpha Xi Deltas in the Powder Puff Olympics. ROW I: Rori Templing Tari Batchelderg Dianne Weidemang Barbara Smithg Suzanne Rezel: Nancy Coughlin: Roselyn Man- giaraeinag Karen Flynn: Marianne Stark: Jill Leren ROPV 2: Linda Bergreng Barbara Block: Janie Buchmillerg Carol Kaeper- nick: Bonnie Riemang Bobbie Blackburn: Jean Gonyog Janet Hanseng Julie Mack ROW 3: Mary Jo McLaughlin: Joan Jar- vw' 314 ge IJ, M. 'qs 1 . I ., 'H . : , 1 N " . '7 Q' 4 'I ,14"iJ F' . 9. or Q J J t . 4 Vg-.Q L time ll - Q E 'Z RET? Alpha Xi's entry in the Homecoming Parade. The Delta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta participated in most of the campus functions from the Powder Puff Olympics through the Beta Va- riety Show and contributed to the yearly activities by presenting the Saint Patrieles Day Tea and Style Show. As a national philanthropic project, Alpha Xi Delta, sought to help preyent juvenile delinquency by supporting Howell Neighborhood House which serves Chieagos underprivileged. Working toward the goal of the national philantropy, the Alpha Xiis established a big-little sister program with the girls of St. Miehael's Home. chow: Judy Boeder: Gloria Gryphan: lNIary Beiderwieden: Kathy Runholmg Barbara Lee: Linda Noyy: Joy Buehellg Lois lyletoxen ROW 4: Judy De Jong: Sue Ishmael: Jeanne Huseby: Sharon Wicheltg Cheri Behrens: Joan Schmidt: Jan Farnsworth: Jan Wojahng Karla Kiesowg Carol Vogelpohl. ROW I: Nancy Sweeneyg Barb Herriedg Marilyn Schwartzg Nancy Aldrichg Jeannette Droegeg Sally Steckartg Sally Castleg Bonnie Leavittg Judy Sullivang Millie Nelson ROW 2: Lynn Brendleg Penny Peacockg Patsy Gillesg Mary Kamlag Donna Lar- song Sharon Chitwoodg Nancy Dickinsong Janice Holtzeg Nancy Weissenbergerg Mary Linseg Pat Zick ROW 3: Camille Glubkag Delta X .myxxv f . ut! Board members gather for a quick review of the Delta Zeta Founder's Day program. As part of their philanthropic project, the Delta Zeta's entertain many deaf chil- dren. Louise Jenseng Margaret Robichaudg Carleen Siehg Nanci Douglasg Barbara Bellg Karen Boardg Kathy Behlingg Judy Fennerg Judy Cunninghamg Jeanne Schroederg Barbara Becker ROW 4: Susan Weigg Cherri Wallermang Betty Emeryg Alyce Schneebergerg Diane Olsong Carol Lutherg Margie Knoblauchg Rita Schwandtg Allegra Jordieg Jan Doleschalg Betty Thompson. Zeta fin .ff Y 'nw . ry ' Ng, 5, V g ,i e - 'SP K it ' K A .aj Members of the Delta Zeta sorority display some of their campus activity trophies to their new pledges. The Delta Zetajs began the year with their annual calendar sale. Such activities as Home- coming, Greek Week, and Sadie Hawkins weekend kept the DZ,s busy this fall. Sadie Hawkins was en- tirely sponsored by the sorority and the activities proved especially interesting for the queen candi- dates. For their philanthropic project, the Delta Zeta sorority chose to help make life more fun and interesting for many of the deaf children in La Crosse. Games and treats brightened the faces of the youngsters whenever the Delta Zeta's visited. x Q NNQGQ aid F 6252 s X --5-VX J - :':5'9'aaw.nnun1T' ' ',:,"'- N' :f-'54 5- J w 2' il . S- J T. :,- : -- " T 1 p- ..... . .f jgs A x.f 1, , W Q Ye, 4 f vi , Q f E x fl - :QQ 1 . f ,Q 1 1 Y - ' X X H X fx -,aff f r- :I ly f 'eff f' V ,gb Q mmmmib ' 'A w . , ax? r ,Fi gl o -9.-' 5 Y - M g J Gm!!! I if ROW I: Jerry Laytong Rodger Eslingerg Al Tomaszewskig Bob Niebuhr. ROW 2: Stan Ostrandg Bob Gronskig Jim Folgerg Tom 3 X a 1 3 Touton. ROW 3: Jerry Sagerg Bill Davis: Bill Suworoffg Wayne Schreiberg Bob Mangene. Interfraternit Council Composed of representative members of each social fraternity, Interfraternity Council is a reg- ulatory board which supervises fraternity activities on and off campus. Its two major responsibilities this year included working with Panhellenic Coun- cil in co-ordinating all of the Homecoming activ- ities from the hanging of the lantern to the final dance and sponsoring Greek Wleek, the hazing period for pledges of the six fraternities. The IFC's annual Greek Week trophy was presented to the fraternity which scored the most points in inter- fraternity competition during the week. ,ur The Interfraternity Council discusses problems common to all social fraternities. OFFICERS OF I.F.C. Bill Davis, Treasurerg Bob Mangene, Presi- dentg Rodger Eslinger, Vice Presidentg Al Tomaszewski, Secretary. 98 A O I 1 ,T Q! 1 W wi VV, ' ' K Y n , ' a' iv A wtf A X X , V 1 3 L sgiit -, X i 'V 0 Vi, ,A 'ST If , s Tre T P3112 - "' B .K J ly. i 0 A 5 ii 3 p , N Q Qt A J, . A ws, 2 ,Lf s g , -,, F 4 X, ff 5 l ROW I: Terry Schmidtg Doug Nelson: Joe Jaroshq Norm William Parks, advisorg Jim Ccissnerg Bill Suworoff: Jim Kran- Klugg Terry Schaetzke ROW 2: Mike Fitzgerald: Ted Vergesg pitzg Jim Teff ROW 4: Ron Byers: Tom Busseg Bob Bruettg Wayne Schreiberg David Borowiczg Dave Heineeke ROW 3: Gary Hamm: Jon Veltman. . . J ,rri v el V The Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity special fall B ,N V- A activities included sponsoring the Dad's Day ban- L gh: ' i quet and program at Homecoming, constructing a fr the grand prize Homecoming float, and escorting if . ilts 'Q if ,Dj boys from St. M1ke,s orphanage to the La Crosse- 7' QTQQ 2,. Ja h ese A 515 Superior football game. Painting WVebster House . ' ' . wh Vlzz. 'jf -Eg V Y Q ' 14 W was designated as the Kappa's service project, .X I ..' 'rl 3 . . . . . ,. . fs. " . ' -.5 t 'fa' while participating in Winter Carnival, the Song- , 5, fy fest, and the Beta Variety Show were the "fun" projects for the fraternity. ROW I: Al Tomaszewskig Scott Nelson: Ken Spaetz, Dick Mette- yardg Don Dallmang Jack Davis ROW 2: Paul Sornmers: John Zimpelg Stan Dorffg Bob Midlandg Jerry Blaha ROW 3: William Herm Dustman speaks to some Kappas be- fore welcoming the fathers to our campus during Dad's Day weekend. Byrkitg Cary O'Dwannyg Howard Squires: Jim MeCartneyg Jim Adams ROW 4: Bill Davis: Bob Niebuhrg Dick Fahningg Bill Collins: Bob Freagon. f., 6 s S 4 53 :fly fog! as :www rrsr l , ff we X A ' 'X ' Q iiyiii ' i if V a A4 at , E? A 3' i ' 5 B if x .X ax : I V Qi 1 ' :nl I K tr'r 4 if l L1 1 5 I l I ROW' I: Tim Plunkett, Dave Weissenbergerg Richard Coadyg Mike Mandeville, Mike Lauermanng LeRoy lWiller, Mike Sleigh ROW 2: Jim Kollathg Carl Wehmang Earl Register, Pete Sullivan, Richard Knoxq Mike Bouzek, David Maher ROW 3: One of the largest spring events, the Beta Va- riety Show, was sponsored by the Beta Sigma Chi fraternity, the only local fraternity on campus. The Variety Show featured several skits put on by various campus organizations. Several other activi- ties of the Beta's included sponsoring a float in the Homecoming parade and holding an alumni break- fast during Homecoming week-end, participating in Winter Carnival, singing in the Songfest, and finally holding a Spring Dinner Dance for the 1 E au- . 'x l Phil Mead, Charles Rudrudg Jim Langeng Jim Kendall, Dan Larsen ROW 4: Robert Benson, Gerald Sager, Neil Hovindg Mike Bahrg Jim Prudhomeg Bob Burgmaier, Dave Beranek. Beta Sigma hi Dr. Wulling, advisor to the fraternity, reviews preliminary plans of the Variety Show. fraternityls newly initiated members. Beta's gather at 'ftheir" table in the Union. 2--nf Q 'Y 4 ,fr Y- A? ' Several Delta Sig's formulate future plans for the new fraternity. President, Bill Frey, explains the pur- pose of Delta Sigma Phi to prospec- tive pledges. Delta Sigma Phi ROW I: Jim Burtong Randy Docauerg Jack Connaughton, Bill Frey ROPV 2: Mr. Fuller, advisor, Mike Flanagan, lVayne Jacob- vn Sqfiii "'t 'W , ,nun The Delta Sigma Phi fraternity initiated twelve L.S.U. students in November of this year. The Hrst 50 men to join this new fraternity will be charter members, an honor accorded to only one out of every 1000 fraternity men. The fraternity participated in Winter Carnival and the Beta Va- riety Show and plan to participate fully in all campus-wide activities as the fraternity expands. Delta Sigma Phi, founded in l899, is one of the oldest social fraternities. Delta Sig members, now numbering in the many thousands, have graduated from their "laboratories of leadership" and have gone out into all parts of the world and in all walks of life proudly wearing the diamond-shaped pin of the Sphinx. song Gene Zajicek: Dan Jennerg Leon Thompson, lN'ayne Herzog Tom Joanis, missing: Norb Duba. v . fd' . ' . i ,Q 0' Y, -- V 3 ,A ,.,,, .. wg in uv' i O L . 1 ' -si 53 , vt is I st... T , We ,Q FZ , as .- if it J RQ - ROW I: Dale Raeg Bob Barkerg Bill Caesarg Don Brockg james Michaelg Wayne Brunog Tom Mulherng Dean Schwarteng John Fagang Jon Novickg James Crossg Terry Nelsong Skip Higgins ROW 2: Dennis Bowersg Tom Toutong james Christenseng Pat Youngerg Bob Polang Paul Bugenhageng Dick Malnoryg Bob Yossg john Kadingg Mike Butlerg Denny Wamplerg Scott Shaw ROW 3: Matt Ritolag Jerry Grafg Jeff Mahlochg Jim Hartzheimg Ron The Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity wished live students a special '4Happy Thanksgivingw by giving each one a free turkey at the Tom Turkey dance the Phi Sig,s sponsored. Another fall activity for the fraternity was the Sports Day held for all boys in the community from 7 to 12 years old. The boys received instructions in four sports by our varsity athletics. The Orphan's Christmas party an annual Phi Sig activity was co-sponsored with the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority. Both groups agreed that it was a heart warming event to see the reactions of 25 orphans receiving gifts from Santa Claus Uim Folgerl. Christmas movies were shown and refresh- ments served. Winter Carnival was the fraternityis major event this year. A satisfying service project for the Phi Sig's is their Sports Day program for boys of the community. ng. ,f . ,.?.,S,a . T., Ydiivifyssi QEFQEQFQYQQQEZ -1-V 1 Stif f : t if ,IKL K .,.e.,t Hansong jim Winkg Steve Steeleg Pete Wernerg Barry Schock- rnelg Orlando DeGraveg Steve Olseng Gary Ericksong Mr. Culver, advisor ROW 4: Dale Grafg Bob Gronskig Larry Frischg Jack Janusheskeg Len Braschg Grady Steensrudg Don Dimondg Jeff Langeg Jim Folgerg George Hupferg Don Ludwigg John Lenzg Steve Noffsinger. Phi Sigma Epsilon The Phi Sig's and the Alpha Xi's bring Christmas cheer to La Crosse orphans. Sigma Tau Gamma -fe' Vice-President, Nick Moran, presents a dozen red roses to Calendar Queen, Marty Burris. ROW I: Stanley Ostrandg Nick Morang Bob Grayg Buck Win- chellg John Radjenovich ROW 2: Rick Simeg Bill McGrathg Pat Sebranekg Mike Larseng Steve H035 Paul Manter, advisor President Denny Liebscher explains the activities of Sigma Tau Gamma to the spring rushees. Through participation in Homecoming activ- ities, Winter Carnival, and the Songfest, Sigma Tau Gamma members have upheld their purpose by actively supporting campus-wide activities. To expand this purpose, the fraternity sponsored the Calendar Queen Contest, a first on the La Crosse campus. Each contestant was sponsored by a cam- pus organization and judged on her ability to speak extemporaneously and her natural beauty. The winner was announced at the Calendar Queen Dance and crowned 'cMiss La Crosse, 19667 Pro- viding a traveling trophy for the fraternity with the highest over-all grade point was another Sig Tau activity. The fraternity itself has held the trophy for the last three years. For two years in a row, the Sig Tau's have won the fraternity bowl- ing trophy. ROW 3: Bill McCutcheon5 Bruce MacDonald5 Doug Drewg Dick Hoeftg Larry Sosalla ROW 4: Pat Lawrynkg Jon Lanamg Gary Paucekg Ken Onsrudg Denny Liebscher. ROW I: James Coughling Jerry Laytong Loren Dankeg Bill Swedag Jules Levyg Tom Adamsg Louis Levyg Don Melsterg Ken Visgerg Olin Harriedg Dean Sherryg David Hough ROW 2: Jim Smartg Larry Pruessg Gary Wachtelg Tony Gautschg Jim Bam- broughg Art Ekerng Chuck Burgirenog Mike Mevesg Luis Es- quiling Marc Rangerg David Curtisg Harold Motschenbacherg Da- vid Robinson ROW 3: Jim Nesbittg Loren Wardwellg Pat Flem- Tau Kappa Epsilon Teke's enjoy a little "egg play" at the Powder Puff Olympics. x if The tekeis help move books from the Main library to the tem- porary library on Main Street while the new building is con- structed. itQff,.-:- , 1 vanr n-m -vu. ' ingg Jim Dobsong Jim Johannesg Morris lrwing Bill Steckelg John Ruckg Jim Websterg Phillip Kuehng Gerald Larsong Mark Tim- mermang James Quallaski ROW 4: Peter Bentzg Dave Smithg Tom Selkg Carl Fleischmang Dennis Bodohg Gary Gromg Mike Slabackg Dick Rutterg Tom Tschanzg Steve Rutterg Paul Erick- song Phillip Whiteg Pete Richardson. The biggest event for the Theta Phi chapter of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity was the Pow- der Puff Olympics sponsored for fun-filled com- petition among the four sororities. Participating in Homecoming, Winter Carnival, Songfest, and Beta Variety Show were other major activities for the group. Service projects kept the fraternity members busy as they moved all of the library books from the public library to a temporary building while the new building was under construction, partic- ipated in the community UNICEF and Heart Fund drives, erected signs at all the main roads to the city welcoming people to the "Home of Wisconsin State University-La Crossef' and do- nated many pints of blood to the American Red Cross. Establishing a Francis Kirkland Scholar- ship in memory of one of their fraternity brothers who drowned while serving in the Peace Corps was the fraternity's newest project. Some wishful-thinking girls look at the various trophies the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity has won. NN .4 APO and WSO members usher at the play, "The Subject Was Roses." Alpha Phi Omega, the men's service fraternity, used the Scout Oath as the base for its campus, city, and national service projects. The fraternity worked with the other service organizations on campus in ushering at school and city events, guiding visitors on tours of the campus, proctoring examinations for several teachers, setting up the bloodmobile on campus, and always making them- selves available for any service requested. Dis- tributing Christmas baskets to needy families, sponsoring a Men's Smoker during Orientation Week, and giving the graduating seniors a mid- semester dinner dance were the group's special activities. As a fraternity, APO participated in Homecom- ing and the Songfest. At this year,s Songfest, APO awarded a plaque to the social fraternity that provided the most service to the campus and the community this year. ROW I: Al Nabrocki, Thomas Fitzpatrick, Jerome Smith, James Roster, John Edwards, Bill Reeder, Steve Brudlos ROW' 2: Da- vid Hogue, Bill Harris, Don First, Topper Hagerman, Jim Rose, Jerry Sheehan, Mike Sleigh ROW 3: John Sleik, Arnold Pleuss, I An APO member receives touring instructions from the secretary to the Director of Admis- sions Mrs. Jahimiak. Alpha Phi mega Roger Beahm, Robert Benson, Steve Rutter, Mike Bahr, Jim Finn, Tom Lemke ROW 4: B. YV. Ingli, Roger Crum, Richard Foss, Ron Asher: lan MacAulay, Dave Frisbie, Mike Cross, Fred Fibeger, Carlin Dahler, advisor. ROW I: Gary Vedumg jim Killiang Jerry Perviskyg Bill Roellichg Jerry Briggsg Gerold Olsen ROW 2: Jim Pottsg Warren Dreyerg Harold Motschenbacherg Ken Beckg Bob Swansong Curt Glissen- Camp One of the most impressive activities on cam- pus was the formation of the Campus Vets Color Guard which performed for all community and university parades this year. The men of the guard dressed in the full dress uniforms of their respec- tive branches of the service. The Vets hope that flag and rifle carriers will be added to the guard in the future to increase the color of the guard and to display the enthusiasm shown by these men toward their club and to their country and its flag. The La Crosse State University Color Guard impressive ly leads the Homecoming Parade. dorf ROW 3: Barry Favorg Paul Methumg Gary Langg Bruce Woodeng Dick Kleinkeg Al Schell. us Vets The campus responded tremendously to the sale of buttons saying, "We are backing our boys in Vietnam? The Vets used the proceeds for the care of South Vietnamese orphans. Simultaneous with the button sale, was the large Christmas card the club made to be sent to the fighting men in Viet- nam. Almost 1000 persons signed the card. The Vets also presented a Wisconsin flag to the uni- versity. The Campus Vets present our Wisconsin flag to the university. .A-ngs, if f - - . my -W ,, Peter Bentz, president, calls the meeting to order. "We Build" was the motto of Circle K Club, an international organization for aggressive col- lege men wishing to blend service, fellowship, and leadership into their college careers. In displaying its interest in the campus, city, and nation, Circle Kis projects included erecting an outdoor bulle- tin board, placing pencil sharpeners in Main Hall, ushering at many campus and civic events, work- ing with children at St. Mike's in La Crosse, help- ing the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity with the Heart Fund drive, and assisting community lead- ers with several city improvement projects. Homecoming and Songfest participation were two major social events for Circle K this year. Circle K was responsible for the erection of this outside bulletin board. ircle K ROW I: Paul Petersong Tom Olsong Jerry Bonsack ROW 25 Joe Aignerg John Suttong Dick Griegerg David Robinson ROW Luther Solversong Bill' Griesg Peter Bentzg Ed 'Nachholder ROW 3: 4: Phillip Whiteg Dan Liskeg Don Herzogg Mr. LeRoy, Advisor. a .-4 ls I ,gf sn YB: ,, .L gi L',, - Z' 7 WWW? r ve W ROW I: Nancy Moersehg Betty Folgersg Mary Alfusg Sharon Starkg Kathy Youngbcrgg Joyce Fayg Vonz Genzg Linda Novy Lepschg Jane Howland ROW 2: Kathryn Gayg Barbara LeFevreg ROW 4: Elaine Scott, Faye Sehwartzg Phyllis Bourneg. Pam Lo- Judy Brandaug Geri Ruchlg Ellen Stekel ROW 3: Marianne renzgCharlynn Olson. The La Crosse State YVomen's Service Organiza- tion applied for and received probationary colony status of Gamma Sigma Sigma, the National WN'omen's Service Sorority, and worked earnestly in fulfilling the service and activity requirements which will allow the La Crosse colony to become a chapter of this sorority. Conducting tours of the campus, proctoring tests, organizing the bloodmobile when it comes on cam- pus, selling used phy. ed. and science equipment, ushering at campus events, and being of service to the campus and community in general were the projects for WSO members this year. One of the service projects for both the school and community is assisting the Red Cross with the bloodmobile when it is on campus. 'kip Womenis Service rganization WSO members sample the snack prepared for the Hen's Party. Jfif I 4 "'f'fA 4,-,.,.'L-ELM ., " . . W ,wx-affifg ga I ,Y Eg? Y 9 . gf ! 'B m,p p iw if if Y Y Y S 1 1 - it ...- ROW I: Kathleen Stuart, Frances Koenig, Barbara Schlosser Sally Jo Haymann, Susan Gentile, Rori Templin: Diane Liber- sky: Barbara Pikus ROW 2: Kathy Runholm, Carol Wctenkamp Connie Owen, Sharon Theobaldg Jeannie Cox, Marlene Ten Haken, Nancy Thomson, Mary Alfus, Karen Board ROW 3 Publishing the University directory, providing for a volunteer tutoring service, and conducting a professional book sale were three of the campus- wide services the Phi chapter of Delta Psi Kappa performed this year. Delta Psi Kappa is a Nation- al Professional Organization for women in health, recreation, and physical education. The organiza- tion also sponsored a Homecoming banquet, various lectures including a panel discussion conducted by Dr. Baird, Miss Stephenson and Miss Vanderlip on ulntramurals and Extramurals for High School Girlsf' and the celebration in May of the 50th An- niversary of the founding of the organization. Kathy Stuart assists Bev Rausch as part of the Delta Psi Kappa tutoring service. Miss Stephenson, Dr. Baird, and Miss Vanderlip discuss physical education activities for high school girls. M -5 f Margie Wachal, Virginia Nairn, Ruthanne Johnston, Kay Fish- er, Helen Emery, Pam Schroeder, Barbara Heinonen, Nancy Nicklas ROW 4: Kathy Urban, Claudette Crook, Bobbie Black- burn, Boni Ostermeier, Peg lNalker, Mary Lou Fronk, Ann Ditsch- eit, Sonja Pfaff, Jean Stadler. Delta Psi Kappa Diane Libersky sells a student directory. so-L. 'W N f-,L ,f 1MW,,,k I L - , 1- As psychology majors, Margaret Rezek and Judy Erdman conduct experiments with white mice. A series of fascinating lectures, a presentation of a scholarship to the Letters and Science stu- dent with the highest academic standing, two book sales, and a picnic at Dr. Davies' home, com- pleted the year for the Eta Phi Alpha honorary Letters and Science Fraternity. Among the lec- turers were Dr. Blade, who spoke about "Life in the Year 2000," Bill Fleming, who presented "Two Years with the Peace Corps in Panama," Mr. Hughes who discussed 'The Foreign Policy in Asia," and Dean North who showed his colorful slides of the New York World's Fair. Officers of the fraternity were Margaret Rezek, president, Ellen Anderson, vice-president, Judy Larry Preston and Dr. Blade examine the complex computer installed in the Science Building. Eta Phi Alpha Erdman, secretary, Dean North, treasurer, and Mary Jo Kriemelmeyer, historian. ROW I: Alvida Ahlstrom, advisor, Judy Erdman, Margaret Rezek, Claire Scarseth ROW 3: Dr. Blade, advisor, Jim Hanson: Dean Mary Jo Kriemelmeyer ROW 2: Sue Weig, Marge Ginski, Cheryl North, Don Bracco, Bill Bradford, Mike Cross, Steve Rutter, Dr. Wallerman, Linda Hutchinson, Judy Birkholz, Kathy Hayes, Davies, advisor. is ROW I: Pat Venner, Linda Rockwell, Trudy Bolen, Donna Haugen, Donna Hillesheim, Bonnie Boyer, Nancy Thomson, Sally Jo Haymann, Linda Novy, Judy Boeder, Jean Stadler ROW 2: Gay Fox, Sally Glish, Mary Morehouse, Ann Lorenzen, Jeannie Cox, Betty Goodman, Janet Stockwell, Patsy McCoy, Barbara Becker, Sharon Lepsch, Ellen Stekel, Nancy Schmidt, Betty Folgers ROW 3: Sandra Sehlosser, Patty Solverson, Lois Snider, Sonja Pfaff, Donna Larson, Nancy Opland, Bridget Cant- lon: Sharon Wichelt, Sally Seiler, Marion Kramer, Rosalie Kappa Delta Pi, an honorary education fra- ternity, listened to a speaker in the education Held at each of its monthly meetings. Mr. Rasmus- sen, Campus School Director, spoke on :'Flexible Jr. High School Programsf, Dr. Singh, a member of the Political Science Department, spoke on uliducation in Indiaf, Mr. Paul Groessel, a so- cial worker, discussed UA Program of Dealing with the Exceptional Childf, and Mr., Schwant, Su- perintendent of La Crosse Area Public Schools, talked about 'iAdministration-Its Duties and Future Opportunities' Pete Werner, president of Kappa Delta Pi, begins the initiation ceremonies. W K Q x x , Carter, Marlene Mashak, Marlene TenHaken ROW 4: Dr. Young, advisor, James Miller, Pete Werner, Mike Wegner, Don- ald Bracco, Carol Nelson, Diane Olson, Alyce Schneeberger, Janet Snyder, Ella Hawkins, Nancy Frederick, Bonnie Oster- meier, Marjorie Nelson ROW 5: Dave Frisbie, Ken Felker, Wayne Jacobson, Steve Hoff, Robert McDermott, Jeff Haebig, Jack Louko, Robert Koski, Steve Storey, Barry Sehoekmel, Don Her- zog, Ronald Greve, Jerry Bensfeld. Kappa Delta Pi Dr. Ideus speaks to the group about "Services of Place- ment-Professional Ethics." Panel members for a Dr. Wulling, Dr. Wil Phi Epsilon Kappa ROW I: Michael Spencerg Jake Loukog Larry Pruessg Bob Kos- kig Peter Van Handel ROW 2: Jeff Haebigg Alan Freemang Her- man Dustmang Curtis Lingsweilerg Gerald Larson ROW 3: Jim discussion on HEmphasis-Mind or Body?" are: Dr. Wcstkaemper, le, lWr. Lafky, and Dr. Felch. Phi Epsilon Kappa is a national honorary, Physical Education fraternity which met monthly at one of the homes of the physical education fac- ulty members. This yearis programs included Dr. Batchelder's discussion of "Graduates Studiesf' Dean Steuck's discussion of g'The Relation of Physical Education to Recreationj' and a panel discussion entitled, "Emphasis-Mind or Body?', P.E.K. sponsored a dance at the beginning of each semester. The proceeds from the dances were used to send LaCrosse delegates to the National Physical Education Convention. The fraternity do- nated a plaque to the New Physical Education Building to complete its activities for the year. Millerg Wayne Schreiberg Pete VVernerg Barry Schockmelg Jim Klinzingg Dennis Stannard. 'sa y 'W , si V M :filx ,M ,L,A , Helen Emery and Ann Ditcheit work hard to justify their Ratom membership. Ratom 'War-at Ratom board members review membership applications. Sponsored by Associated Women Students, Ratom is now in its third year on campus. It is modeled after Mortar Board, a national senior women's honorary society. Ratom will apply for membership in Blortar Board after serving a five year probation period. Chosen in the spring semester of their junior year on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and overall service to the University, Ratom members are outstanding senior women. Picked by the Rat- om members of the preceding year, the members must have a grade point which is Llflfl of a point above the average of all women on the University campus and must display active and enthusiastic participation in campus events. ROW I: Connie Owen: Marlene Ten llakeng Sally Jo Haymann: Nancy Thomson ROW 2: Helen Emeryg Ann Ditseheitg Sharon YVieheltg Carleen Sieh. -V H l-lil? W 'l lg . -v Q N K V - is -f 5k .4 'uv' Q ','5",?1 lung-fa. gf: st 313 . 'es Nh Qffij sf: " 'N-'L Jose Torres converses with Mrs. Nixon in Spanish. Sigma Delta P1 Meetings of Sigma Delta Pi, a national hon- orary society for Spanish students, consisted of de- licious home-cooked suppers at Mrs. Nixonis home and then informal discussions all in Spanish. The discussions concerned the cultures and problems of various Spanish speaking nations. ROW I: Marie Risbergg Joanne Zeilinger ROW 2: Donna Larsong Nancy Oplandg Camille Glubka ROW 3: Harold Erifksong Robert Waltersg Jose Torres. 131' My 1.....- K. Our Savior's Lutheran Church Wesley Methodist Church First Presbyterian Church ff' . K ,X X X X .X s x ,ka SJ-I-T 54+ St. Joseph Cathedral First Congregational Church 'T if " "3 H . f 7' t H T-. 'M ' A he .-Q, as ucccu so r We E g - N -fn - , 4 - . , i.,,. . ,M ' t - f' '--- 1 ..... ...P . g V ,gy it E""w , t ' ' f f M A L r .h H mrs! Nlelva Jensen and Klary Fauske prepare some of the convocation decorations. .Lk X fa Karen Kleinke practices for the musical portion of the Thanks- giving convocation. Inter-Religious Council Inter-Religious Council represented all faiths this year, acting as the ofiieial religious representa- tive at various campus events and serving as a "clearing-housew for the religious activities of all campus faith groups. Sponsoring a Thanksgiving and an Easter convocation for the entire school were its major projects. "YVe Gather Together" was the theme of the Thanksgiving program. Mu- sical selections by various choral groups or soloists and a talk by Ceri Ruehl, an IRC member, brought the spirit of Thanksgiving closer to the students and faculty in the audience. ROW I: Sandra Blahutg Dennis Hamiltong Christine Cudekg ROW 2: MaryFauske:Marjean Fyksenzlklelva Jensen: Suzie Hendricks. ,Nh I Cana Club Cana Club, the Catholic married students, or- ganization, met for coffee and donuts weekly after 9:00 a.m. Mass to discuss various topics of com- mon interest. Dr. Paul Meis, from the La Crosse Clinic, spoke about c'Birth Control and Pregnan- cyf' Dr. Mary Scheurich spoke about "Child Care." Though the Cana Club members spent most of their spare time with their families, they did man- age to hold a picnic, ice-skating party, a New Yearis Eve party, and several bake sales this year. i x A Catholic couple attends 9:00 Cana Mass. ROW I: Barbara Reedich, Marie Kraskag Doris Jessesskig Jean Charles Kraskag John Jessesskig Tim Brandt, Steve Stauber Brandt, Betty Stauberg Lorna Burns ROW 2: Jack Reedichg Father Ed Bertz. Christian Bible Study was organized as a link between any student and the knowledge offered in Cod's Holy Word. The group met for fellow- ship, study, and discussion of the problems that face college students. Several chapters in Acts, Romans, and lX1atthew were used as a basis for study hoping to Find and relate the Christian Word with daily living. The group hopes to sponsor special lectures on the study of Contemporary Religion in light of the Scriptures. Christian Bible Stud ROW I: Donna lNlcKittriCk: Pat Miller: hlarjean Fyksen: Judy Cunningham ROW 2: Roy Sugden: Burdett Wakeman Fxangelist Ron Augustine. ROW I: Marie Appel, Margaret Gourley, Melisa Erickson, Mary Ann McDowell. ROW 2: Lois Snider, Norma Melbyg Sherry San- Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Marie Appel prepares the discussion topic for an IVCF meet- ing. ders, Donna Haugen, Sandra Blahut, ROW 3: James Berg, David Raabeg John Wadephul, Mr. William Hughes, Advisor. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is a group of students of various faiths, united with the convic- tion that spiritual growth is not only possible but essential. Inter-Varsity was dedicated this year to the growth of Christian discipleship through individ- ual and group Bible study and prayer, through discussions, speakers, and area conferences. lWajor emphasis was placed on the consideration of the Christian's responsibility in world evangelism. After extensive personal study, Inter-Varsity members began encouraging students to find a more personal religious faith. The group presented a film to the student body entitled 4'Beloved En- emyi' in which a skeptic who was intent on dis- proving the claims of Christ, changed his attitude when confronted with this unaccountable man. Q- 7 ,f if ""'llm. ,AMWNS Reverend Norman Erikson is the first full-time campus minister for the Lutheran Campus Center. Lutheran Campus Center ROW I: Nancy Royg Bev Manteyg John Ellisong Doug Happel Wayne Hallg hlary Fauskeg Carol Olson ROM7 2: Lorraine Stcuck Lolee Edmang Carolyn Sehroederg Miriam Zimmermang Ruth Ol son: Sheila YVeilandg Virginia Smith: Dolly DeKeyser IZOW 3 Vicki Wellnerg Betty Thompsong Margaret Larsong Charlene john- i '- figi ' 'hz- Q- -I ,V .,, ' H4 , i-f- - divx. s....,Q, 'V 3 K The Lutheran Campus Center Council plans the year's ae- tivities. In preparation of the formation of the student congregation, the chapel was completely remod- eled. The student congregation gave the students the opportunity to worship with fellow students as well as receive the sacraments with them. Tues- day evening vcsper services were held throughout the year to supplement the Sunday services. Three major educational opportunities were offered by L.C.C.: '6What Lutherans Believef, a doctrine classg "Lutheran Liturgywg and a Creek language class. Informal discussions included former Pres- ident Mitchellls presentation of '6Religion and the Campus," Father Hinger on 4'Catholicism and Mrs. YVassmandorf on 'gUnwed Mother." The L.C.C. was particularly proud of its Luther- an Campus Center Choir which performed at various community church services, at the Inter- Religious Council's Thanksgiving convocation, and in the Songfest on campus. song lvlelva Jenseng Bobette Strandg Barbara Lee: Janice Holtzeg Toni New ROW 4: Arvid Ellefsong Bob Petersong lkiyron Beyg Steve Hoffg Fred Fibegerg Doug Brandtg John Walling Roger Crumg David Apted, Harold Scarsethg jon Hoyme. va' '--fr in-i ,rv ROW I: Arda Hansberyg Fay Genglerg Joanne Moussette: Christine Cudekg Boots and Paulette Andreg Betty Kinyong Bar- bara LeFex'reg Sonia Gonzalezg Peggy Roraffg Diana Gentileg An- toinette Johnsong Barbara Fuchsteiner ROI47 2: Mary Karnlag Eve Kramer: Yvonne Enderleg Pat Volkg lN4ary Rohrerg Jean Bar- inag Kathy Klusg Charlynn Olsong Lis Crowellg Nancy Veithg Barb Binderg Cheryl Fiseher ROW 3: Mary Lou Fronkg Barb Schmitzg Judy Zwettleri Alyce Sehneeberger: Carol Wlolfg Jan Steldtg Tom Antonneau: Tom Kerrigan: John Pankiewiezg Jerry Brazag Jose Correag Dwight Hilxickez Bob Murlahy RO W' 4: Mary Burkeg Connie Boebelg Nlary Tornowskeg Ron Fischerg Richard Wieserg Jerold MCCreightg Gary Dresangg Wayne Trupkeg Keith Valiquetteg Bob Renzg Bill Rayomeg Paul Cutag Frank Kleezewski. Newman lub ROW 1: Mary Irwin: Mary Campbellg Laurie Langg Cathy Camp- lnellg Julie Van Rong Joanne Venturag Lois Shinglerg Barb Skro- bot: Bernadette Srhniitzz Susan Vizanko ROW' 2: Thomas Bol- and: Toni OiBrien: Bonnie Lutz: Mary O'Brien: Peggy Stellpflug: Judy Jordang Michele Gravesg Kathy Von Ruden: Mary Alfusg Shirley Tapeltg Diane Armatag Boni Ostermeierg Janet Brux ROW 3: Denny Breidenbachg Jean Priceg Bev Smithg Joan Haeknerg Elaine Seottg Janice Sernraug Linda Wantag Margaret Grantg Phyllis Asseling Judi Buchegerg Marie Urbang Ann Dit- scheit ROW 4: John Polodnag Carol Karps: Alice VValshg Torn Laurent: VVayne Sujkowskig Dick Freig Bill Parrg John Dooleyg George Doylei Mike Nlonahainng Bruce MeGuireg Kerry Griffing Rev. George Hinger. M, -,w-,fi M i-ff 'meg .Y A, 1 f TRI HIWHAN Cliff!! The biggest challenge of the year for the New- man Club was the sponsoring of the all-school prom. As L.S.U. did not have a prom last year, this year's Hawaiian prom was a welcomed and beautiful event. Newmanites were busy sponsoring two pancake ROW I: Betty Folgersg Ellen Dagnong Marcia Evensong Barbara Heinrich: Gloria Michelsg Alicia Smithg Sharon Lepschg Joy Markertg Judy Mllfredg Lynn Hofer ROW 2: Pat McCarthyg Jo Walkerg Kathryn Gayg Carolyn Ottg Patsy Gilles: Ellen Ander- song Kathy Behlingg Jeanette Prewg Ellen Stekelg Linda Novy ROW 3: Mr. Conniff, advisorg Georgiana Beilerg Kathleen Con- aonc nu W it riii I breakfasts at St. Joseph's Cathedral and an annual city-wide broom sale, attending weekly YYednesday night meetings-this year using the theme "Mar- riage and the Family," and sitting in on religious inquiry classes for Catholics and non-Catholics. neryg Barbara Pieperg Kay Killian: Silva Manougeg Mary Martin, Margo Ohmang Stephanie Steiner: Kathy Styne: Dianne hiero- nekg John Cain ROW 4: Richard Gianolig Jack Wiersgallag Mike Crossg Ron Ccrvenka: Jack Connaughtong Joann Poelling- er: Carol Lutherg Mike Tieklerg Dave Beaverg Mike Flanagan, Tom Byerly. V5 0 0 0 . uw,-S ROW I: Rebecca Robensg Diane Adamsg Donna Thomasg Rinda Reinoldg Linda Uhneg Sandy Ericksong Betty Greyg Vickie Youngmang Paulette Andressg Lynn Halverson ROW 2: Beverly Morgan: Marian Bartuschg Jane Ellisg Barb Langeg Joyce Fayg Sue Halbergg Suzie Hendrieksg Jane Warzalag Jackie Coatesg Sheridan Siewersg Barbara Schlosser ROW 3: Tom Ad- Combining efforts and interests, the United Campus Christian Fellowship and the Wesley Foundation merged to form the United Campus Ministry. Together, the group began searching for a campus minister who would serve the spiritual needs of students on campus. This year, the UCM,s program included Tues- day and Thursday morning worship services in the Lutheran Center, "The Cospel According to Pea- nutsi' on WVednesday evenings, "Secularism vs Christianityn presented by Dr. Carl Wimberly, HSecularism vs Politicsi' by Dr. Robert Voight, a pizza party, buffet suppers, and general meetings. Wesley students greet freshman during Orientation Week. A ,,..x V'-wks. Q., Y Y ' 3 K . -4. ..... i , 5-4 amsg Margaret Berryg Joy Andrewg Nancy Crusong Mary Moeller Jane Coleyg Martha Thomsong Judy Klehmg Virginia Nairn Donna Janke: Geri Ruehl ROW 4: Randy Lunsford, Pastor Garth Shankling Alan Staffong Ian MacAulayg Wesley Hurl burtg Gene Zajicekg Roger Greeng Donald Greeng Richard Wil liamsg Jeff Gloverg John Brauner. United Campus inistry The U.C.M. campus minister, Randy Lunsford. fxtpf' ,flfgj 'V Fledgling -s.X. It The Fleafgling is an entirely student-edited and self-supporting literary magazine, Don Hudson, this year's editor, requested from the general stu- dent body any poetry, short stories, or essays that anyone had written which would be suitable for publication. He then edited the articles, designed the lay-out, had the magazine published, and put the magazine on sale on campus. Publications Board ROW I: Miss Patricia Mullerg Saralie Sandsg Millie Nelsong ROW 2: Nick Morang Dr. E. Wullingg Dean R. Steuckg Mr. V. Rasmussen Geri Ruehl. - 1-AMW - - v - - v- N avi- V if 1i ,W-mn.. Beth Dolbier Underclassmen Editor Judi Clutter Special Events Editor missing from picture 4-nr' 'Wk Bob Conrad, Steve Reardon, Indexes Editors STANDING, Donnette Hollman, Assistant Organizations Editorg Barb Binder SEATED, Alicia Smith, Staff Memberg Joy Andrew, Organizations Student Life Editor Editor. Margaret Conrad Typist f , Charlene Johnson Business Manager M Mary Jane White Staff Member gli ,S 126 Geri Ruehl, Editor The LaCrosse, 1966 Al Thurman, Sports Editorg Cindy Howland, Seniors Editor The La Crosse Staff, the small but dedicated ' ,QV Z-'J e 3 yearbook staff, attempted to design a book which would be a vivid representation of La Crosse State University in 1965-1966 and which would serve as a useful public relations tool. Traditions were broken in the lay-out and content of the book, yet the staff hopes that the dignity and the beauty of the book were not obscured by the innovations presented in The La Crosse., 1966. Linda Gottbeheut, Faculty Editorg Miss Patricia Muller, Faculty Advisor -A f-fMm-- if r I "'1'R"" P ROW I: Efliic Abrahamsong Saralie Sandsg Miriam Zimmer- Sederquistg mang Jackie Heuserg Judy Bocder. ROW 2: Gerald Laabsg Mike Steinmctzg Editor Clark Tingle checks Racquet copy with Ellie Abrahamson. l28 Nick Nlorang Don Hudson. ROW 3: Pete Kingg Joseph Porterg Dick Rutterg Clark Tingle, Connie Boebel reads the latest in the "Fifth Column." "'-cf 'Q r, We SU MNQ ..'3gn'g"1.,. ,MM ful 'X 4.4. f Brad 1:41, . .. .A fu x Hui , Q, ' IK , .kr-3 '- 5315 V . K ' H "K-ml..-,.m -1 1 T' Biology Club The Biology Club's yearly agenda included sev- eral interesting programs. Between rainfalls this autumn, the club took a fossil hunting field trip to the Liberty Pole Quarry, near Viroqua, Wis- consin. Several of the members brought rock specimens back to La Crosse for further Study. A movie and lecture about the Good Ship H ope stim- ulated interest and concern at one of the monthly meetings. Mr. Al Nelson spoke to the club about 'Tungif' Dr. Tetzlafl and a member from the Wisconsin Conservation Department also spoke to the group. ROW I: Trudy Boleng Carol Sampsong Virginia Fairbanksg Nao- mi Masuda. ROW 2: Lorraine Steuckg Leslie Lorenzg Nancy Weber. ROW 3: Keith Valiquetteg Jim Roseg Jim Solbertg Doug Dr. Young displays some of the fossils the club found on one of its field trips. Hugett. ROW 4: Howard Young, Advisorg Mike Crossg Tom Pellettg Charles Gschwindg Tom Lawrent. ROI47 I: Jill Bradyg Judy Warwickg Nan Pulsg Mary Bessac ROW 2: lyfiss Sharon Tracey, Advisorg Steve Solbergg Jim Finng Notre Dame, University of Wfisconsin, Bradley University, Ripon College, and Indiana State were victims at least once of the La Crosse State University debate squad this year. The 12 mem- bers-3 teams-of the debate club participated in 165 debate rounds at 12 separate tournaments. Though the debate program was just revived at La Crosse last September, L.S.U. teams went un- defeated at the Wlestern Illinois and the Bradley University tournaments and took second place at the Whitexxfater and the Manchester, Indiana tournaments. Sponsoring a High School Forensics lXIeet which attracted over 25 schools in a 3-state area was another successful accomplishment for L.S.U. debaters. Using this year as a building year, Mr. Starr anticipates greater success next year with a more experienced squad. yum Bob Molstadg Sheridan Siewers ROW 3: Mr. Jack Starr, Advisor Bob Cassidyg Bryan Gust: Jim Birnbaum. Mr. Starr brings new material for Jill and jim to review. Jim Birnbaum, captain of the team, and Jill Grady gather new evidence for the next tournament. I V 1 I 'Et Priscilla Sharer helps campus school students prepare for the winter weather. Elementary Club ROW I: Tom Adamsg Barbara Masheimerg Carolyn Mahnkeg Barbara LeFevreg Sharon Nada: Christine Cuclekg Nancy Jungg Colleen Hollyg Jean Brandtg Ellen Grangaardg june Sampsong Mr. Rasmussen, Advisor ROW 2: Nancy Weissenbergerg Linda Rockwellg Rosanne Hansong Susan Gagermeierg Rosemary Whiteg Bonnie Falknerg Oclele Johannesg Mary Steineg Mary Jandag Sharon Ristow5 Mary Elstadg Karen Smith ROW 3: Mary Linseg Sandy The Elementary Club activities for the year in- cluded only three regular meetings consisting mainly of discussions concerning the future of the Club. The Club decided that they would receive the most benefit from uniting with the Secondary and Physical Education clubs to form the Student National Education Association. On March 22, oflicers of the Winona State Student NEA spoke to the La Crosse club about joining NEA. Schlosserg Linda Fullerg Nancy Schwartzg Alyce Schneeberg- erg Norma Melbyg Karen Dwyerg Mary Kay Johnsong Margaret Pellmang Barbara Leeg Sandra Millerg Cherry Fullerg Betty Emery ROW 4: Betty Thompsong Linda Gottbeheutg Kathleen Conneryg Marion Kramerg janet Snyderg Marie Urbang Carole Hansong Jan Farnsworthg Susan Jonesg Barbara Beckerg Carol Kaepernickg Carol Vogelpohl. ROW I: Barb Hoeppnerg Joan Zielinski, Nancy McCoy, Mary Donnermeyer, Lynn Halverson ROW 2: Jim Gianolig John Finleyg Humanists Dave Mollet speaks on behalf of the Htunanists at the Viet Nam Rally. , - .- aww ,ws W.., ig- mn--gf - Jed' Glover, Paul Granger, David Mollet ROW 3: Paul Homang Lyle Koehler, Dennis Hamilton, Richard Williams. The La Crosse State University student chapter of the American Humanist Association dedicated itself to a critical examination of the economic political, social, and religious aspects of life. The Humanist Club played a major role in the campus- wide Viet Nam discussions and demonstrations in December. Lectures and discussions of the club included: UPsychological Theories of Learningfl by Dr. Tetzlaffg "God in Literaturef' by Cene Wlilliamsg "Life Below Sea Levelf, by a Dutch Humanist couple, Mr. and Mrs. Slyter, 'cAnti-lVar Protest-MFact, Fantasy, and Focusf' by Michael Eisencher of the Du Bois Club of America, and uAbortion and the Lawf, by a panel of doctors, a lawyer, and a clergyman. Seven ex-New York gang members produced a skit for one of the meet- ings entitled, c'Street Gangs in New York." 7 James Boulton of the Socialist Workers Party of America answers questions after his speech, 'Socialism and the War Questionf, International beauty-HAmeriean style! International Students A timely panel discussion on Southern Rhodesia, an international bazaar displaying articles of 20 dilferent nations, and international dinner for members of the faculty, community, and inter- national students, a panel discussion on the habits and customs of various countries, and a play on reversed racial discrimination situations were the major events of the International Student Organ- ization. The club continued to strive for campus and community understanding and appreciation of international friendship and cooperation. ROW I: Mrs. S. Singh, Mrs. M. S. Arorag Barb Herriedg Donna Larson: Sonia Gonzalezg Judy Lakowskeg Nancy Oplandg Ruth Ann Olsong Karen Currie. ROW 2: Dr. Singh, Aclvisorg Mr. M. S. Arora, Advisor, Patricia Lawtong Carleen Siehg Vicki Woodg Barbara Bell, Joyce Pabst, Camille Glubkag Charlotte Breumg International cooperation. -t-I International harmony George Shalabi. ROW 3: Rudy Persaudg Dimitry Cadosg Cisco Nunezg Luis Esquilin, Efrain Velezg Chuck Synold, Al Retten- maierg Mbolota Kianga. ROW 4: Raga Badrang Carlos Pagan, Jose Correa: Jose B. Torresg Gilbert Fosterg David Aptedg Peter Aptedg Robert Swanson, Randy Lunsford. me Kilt-n A ROW I: Dr. Baird, advisorg Lois Cotton, Sally Redling Miss Stephenson, advisor ROW 2: Sandy Simpson Karen Board, Mary Alfusg Marilyn Schwartz, Karen Tobureng Pam Schroederg Pat Bessnerg Marilyn Meyer ROW 3: Jan Donahue, Barb Zimmerman, Jan Doleschalg Carol Karpsg Barb Gamber, Joan Clark Mary O'Brien. The La Crosse Board of Women Oflicials trained, tested, and then gave ratings to women desiring to be officials in badminton, basketball, swimming, volleyball, and track and field. The La Crosse Board of Board provided officials for several high school and college activities including all women's inter- collegiate swim meets, a volleyball playday at Eau n Claire, a basketball playday at Stevens Point, and a basketball clinic here at La Crosse. The La Crosse Board is a professional organiza- tion afliliated with the Officiating Services Area of the Division for Girlis and Women's Sports of the American Association for Health, Physical Edu- cation, and Recreation. The swimming officials practice before an intercollegiate The referee is all but trampled as the game starts! ' - Y. s n f jam Q I 1, ,N Q j x K ,if l Qr,i,x i 1' - i l F , V l . A, ,pry nuk - l g ilgi hq 1,7 ' n ,X A ,, ix I-X e,,. ,fA A - .2 , , J-,,'9"T, N- S , .fy WF' , u ' ' V4 an as B Pr' lg., - . , i-ff ,af l34 1 4' i "i .m,. 4 . 'latina '-ww., Prospective basketball officials receive intensive training from a state official. Within the Coulee Conference, a group of men interested in sports put their interest and knowl- edge to work by officiating football, basketball, and baseball games from the intramural level to the college junior varsity level-depending upon their skill test results as determined by the Wis- consin Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Semi- nars were held to train prospective ofhcials, prac- tice sessions arranged, and finally the tests given. The La Crosse State Officials sponsored the first dance of the year and sold pens with the football schedule printed on them. The money was needed for travel and operating expenses. ROW I: Michael Spencerg Joe Jaroshg Terry Schaetzkeg Jake Loukog Kenneth Felker ROW 2: Leon Thompsong Bruce Parko- vichg John Larsong Steve Hoff ROW 3: Don Ketchumg Rich John Larson and Steve Hoff check with the scorekeeper during a YMCA game, La Crosse State Officials Reissg jim Molstadg Larry Sosallag Wayne Sojkowskig Mike Ber- onja ROW 4: jim Millerg Dan Jennerg Wayne Jacobson. -fran' '75 ROW I.' Margaret Jannusch, Sandie Simpson, Norma Hil- versg Marilyn Schwartz, Jean Evert ROW 2: Christine Brech- lerg Barbara Langeg Jean Bubolz, Marleen Schieble ROW 3: Mary Lou Fronk, Bev Mantey, Toni O'Brieng Karen To- The purposes of the Physical Education Majors club were defined by Ann Ditscheit, president of the group as l. to assist in the development of a sound philosophy in physical education, 2. to ad- vance the standards of teaching and leadership, 3. to cooperate with the other levels of the association. In carrying out these purposes, the PEM club con- ducted a gymnastics workshop, listened to Mr. Wixson speak on "How to Teach the Mentally Retarded and Physically Handicappedf' and sold DGWS rule books to physical education majors. Mr. Wixson speaks to the group about teaching exceptional children. Q bureng Suzanne Siewert ROW 4: Barbara Gambergg Tom Laurent, Wayne Sojkowskig Curt Lingsweiler, Roberta Mc- Gowan, Carol Karps. Physical Education ajors PEM majors participate in many W.R.A. activities. Here Helen Emery is enjoying a lively badminton game. 3 s "ww", , , 136 Recreation ajors An annual card party is one of the Recreation Biajors' biggest events. The Recreation Majors of L.S.U. strived to acquaint its members with the various opportuni- ties in the recreation Held by combining educa- tional lectures and actual recreational experiences. lNIr. Larry Harris, director of Wlauwatosa Recre- ation Departmentg Mrs. Pingle, director of Shaw- no Parks and Recreationg Mr. Horney, National Recreation Association District Representativeg and Milo Knutson, former Mayor of La Crosse ROW I: Barb Hoeppnerg Gloria Hoeftg Janice Schwersenskag Carlene Meisnestg Liz Crowellg Barb Pikusg Mary Bauerg Bev Skinnerg Vicki Freidelg Sue Stuesserg Pat Andersong Kay Hiltg Sue Beebeg Diane Nelsong Carolyn Pipke ROW 2: Barbara Hein- oneng Sandra Andersong Pat Kruseg Darrel Jacobsg John Fa- gang Don Ketchumg Chris Taylorg Theron Fisherg Dave Hal- vorsong Bob Brueggemang Dale Raeg Joe Kershaskyg Stan Horffg Karen Jacobsg Margaret Taylorg Ellen Balz ROW 3: James "Freedom Ablaze" welcomes all new Rec- reation Majors, were guests speakers at various monthly meetings. For practical and fun-Hlled experiences, the club sponsored a socializer which introduced the new comers to the old timers of the club, con- ducted "Trick Timen-the annual community and university card party, and sponsored one of the biggest and best attended activities on cam- pus-the Songfest which was planned around an international theme. Derkezg Bill Jinskeg Matt Ritolag Tom Bylerlyg Ted Schleicherg John Edwardsg Roger Beahmg John Christiang Roger Greeng Dale Prellg Dean Voskuilg Fritz Balmerg Thomas Lemkeg Bob Swansong Bob Freagong Roger Eslingerg Dick Flynn ROW 4: Neil Lillieg Fred Shoemakerg Bill Grieseg Jim Millsg Tom Mc- Kinneyg Bob Tooleyg Bob Grasseg Gene Ostermanng Bob Bruettg Jim Schoebeckg Jack Connaughtong Fred Fibegerg Roger Crump Jeff Schroederg John Richlingg Steve Stauberg joe Aigner. i WH Qiilvmff D1 ROW 1: Helen Hardingg Barb Herriedg Judy Sullivang Alice Downieg Margaret Rezekg Kathleen Senn ROW 2: Melissa Cooperg Mavis Larsong Carolyn Pipkeg Judith Jacobusg Mar- jean Fykseng Kathy Scherding Lois Hundt ROW 3: Julia Hurl- Sociology majors and minors enjoyed a series of several lectures presented to them at their monthly meetings. Mrs. Hulburt and Mr. Himmel discussed '4The Reproachment of Sociology and Psychologyf, Mr. Charles Hurst reported on '4Sociology of the Military." Don Ludwig, a senior majoring in sociology, spoke on 6'Social Class Stratification in the U.S.', ':Job Opportunities for Sociology lWa- jorsw was presented by Dr. Ideus from the Place- ment Ofifice. Dr. Tetzlaff spoke about 'gSocial Behavior in Animals: Positive and Negative Peck Orderf' Members of the Sociology Club informally discuss employment opportunities for sociology majors. burt, advisorg Judy Cunninghamg Jane Pederseng Judith Erd- mang Howard Millsg Paul Grangerg Al Rudolph ROW 4: Joseph Motivans, advisorg Mike Maing Don Ludwigg Charles Hufferekg Larry Johnsong Harold Motschenbacherg David Mollet. Sociology Club Mr. Dyar talks with a Sociology Club member. Wivettes Members of the Wivettes Bowling Team relax before bowling another line. Getting away from a busy day at home or at work, the wives of college students met monthly to discuss various homemaking tips, various house- hold problems, or the latest gossip! Most of the NVivettes members participated on the W'ivcttes bowling team of the Student Union. Other special events included a husband-wife Christmas Party and a Spring banquet. All of the members of the group agreed however, that their major activity was the daily care of their homes and families! ROW I: Janice Milling Judy Hansen, Jean Brandt ROW 2: Barbara Abraham, Betty Stauberg Jean Blackmore, Judy Berg ROW 3: Beverly Voskuilg Barbara Reedich. L J 'SZ .Lf X ROW I: Lynn Hoferg Mary Mattisong Marjory Bergg Joy Andrew ROW 2: Chuck Hastings. Y-Dems keep the campus posted on the latest political news. A mms - ' f Y nsns wi? it 56 Y-Dems Individual members of the Young Democrats par- ticipated actively in Democratic activities. Parmen- ton Decorah was a Senate Page to Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsing Mary Mattison met with Sen- ator Ted Kennedy while she was visiting in Wash- ington, D.C.g and members of the club campaigned actively for local Democratic politicians in the fall elections. The group sponsored a bulletin board in Main Hall and invited Mr. Lindblad to speak to them about Democratic policies. Y-COP The Young Republicans on campus were inter- ested in bringing college students into the party, training them to be effective political workers, and encouraging them to actively participate in cam- pus aHairs. The Y-COPE sponsored a bake sale for the choir's European tourg conducted UOperation Handclaspw to raise funds for the Viet Nameseg distributed copies of the book None Dare Call it Treason to on-campus studentsg sponsored the speaking engagements of Vernon Thompson, Re- publican Congressman, and WVarren Knowles, Governor of YVisconsing participated in fund rais- ing campaigns for the Senior Republican Partyg and attended a weekend leadership workshop. Y-COP chairman, Charles Gschwind, speaks on behalf of the Y-GOP's at the Viet Nam rally. ROW I: Dolly DeKeyserg Vicki Wellnerg Bonnie Lothiang Ellen 3: Jerry Bonsackg Bob Molstadg Lynn Saterbakg Arthur McBain Andersong Susan Perry ROW 2: Miriam Zimmermang Jim ROW 4: Gary Slaatsg Dave Aptedg Charles Gschwinclg Peter Smartg Garth Shankling Richard Coadyg Judy Hartsough ROW AptedgDick Griegergjohn Sutton. ei 4 E ! E1 K X s 5 , 1 xr f fx'lf EW if! ff 9 Q Q 1-to if if if fi tt., 4' 52 ,sf 3 'auf fl if s VW? 2 I was 5. ROW I: Kay Anderson: Maggie Robichaudg Lois Cottong Pam Smith g Carol Fc-nneyg Linda Shawaluk RO W 2: Sue Brogeng Carolyn Rexg Nancy Washie ROW 3: Saralie Sandsg Nancy "Tempo of American Timesi' was beautifully and originally portrayed by the Catalina Club as they conducted their annual WVater Show. The opening number depicted life of our first Amer- icans, the Indians. After the Indians and the land- ing of the Pilgrims came the westward expansion, the era of the cowboy, and then the Industrial Revolution. The swimmers took the audience through the Charleston and the Keystone Cops age and then through the dramatic War period. In its portrayal of modern times, the group in- troduced jazz and folk singing. - ' 1-I Kimi "Q M ,..av""ii , ' A 1,1 J, , l 'ts Nicklasg Sally Bentzieng Sue Hickeyg Karen Post, Karen Jacobs Betty Mesehg Barb Gamberg Karen Boardg Kay Hilt. Catalina Club xt l'li" nun- WM. 'X --eq Q i ir f ,AQ Lf K ' was-1' um. an-nm... Spirit reaches a peak as Barb leads the cheering crowd. Cheerleaders ROW I: Sue Harrisg Barb Block, alternateg Rose Mangiaracina. alternateg Nancy Somdahl ROIV 2: Hank Delikoski Karen Ulness, Phyllis Assclin, altcrnateg Marilyn Millerg Kris Turzinski. H X , 4-A-IJ X rw mf x 'R I 1 I , 'inn 1 V ROW I: Kathie Petersong Sharon Nadag Barbara LaFevre5 Cathy Halbachg Judy Erikseng Barb Binderg Carol Moore: Bob Murphyg Clementsg Suzi Hornigg Sandy Erickson: Donna Thomasg Cindy Blaine Petersong Chuck Moore ROW 4: John Edwardsg Bill Ka- Bunker ROW 2: Lauree Rebrog Nancy Polivkag hlary Moellerg mucheyg Alan Staffong Bob Tooleyg lan MacAulayg Lee Har- Jane Warzalag Mary Downingg Susan Hendricksg Virginia Smithg wellg David Joanisg Tom Marshall, advisorg Gary Peterson. Marlecn Schieble ROW 3: Tom Biernickg Dick Hoeftg Mary Swimming, skiing, skating, biking, and canoe- ing were just a few of the activities the Coulee Trekkers sponsored this year adding its own special touch of youthful fun to the La Crosse campus. A high-light of the year was its hayride and barn dance on the bluff. On campus, the club made use of the recreational facilities with its indoor and outdoor volleyball games, swamping canoe parties, and swim togethers. Some Coulee Trekkers en- joyed canoeing and sailing excursions on the Mississippi River in the fall and the spring, while others scaled both Grand Dadis and the Minnesota bluffs. S Q ?f'Ty f2'V o - N , W' rf. ' :- ' V V- " .. 5, .fa ' g , 1 -f '- .,a-Q. N ""i::1'ii' or . V ' Ian MacAulay talks to interested freshman about Coulee 55 ,9 , ",.- -6, ,gf--. - Q .- , - N ,i '-Qt. 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' X i N . 1 gr' 10 1 ix S s ii , ' V 4 5 ,,,..-ers V , V ,. . - ,,3ffe"'e1i' -a. .ii - JMX, ' I. ,Q . .., . Helen Emery and Mona Moen smile a victor's smile! Field Hockey lub ROW I: Marilyn Schwartz, Right Fullhaekg lNIona Moen. Left Fullhaek: Jean Evert, Right Halflaaekg Lois Cotton, Center Half- back: Sue Soldwedel, Center Forward: Karen Toburen, Left Wing, Sally Redlin, Right Inner, Lynn Keehn, Right YN'ingg Pam Fait, Right Halfhaekg Toni OiBrien, Goalkeeper ROW 2: Nancy W, saw' in-........., The La Crosse State University Field Hockey Club is always in action. The La Crosse Field Hockey Club compiled an 8-2-l record this season meeting teams from Missouri to Minnesota. At the Umpiring Confer- ence in DeKalb, Illinois, the club battled Northern Illinois University, North East Iowa, and North Shore from Chicago. The exciting Midwest Sec- tional Iournament was held at Milwaukee this year with the team playing St. liouis, Valparaiso, and Chicago. This year La Crosse faced teams com- posed of physical education teachers and field hockey coaches as well as college girl teams and yet the team managed to score 32 goals to the op- ponents' l6. Hewish, Left Halfhaek: Jean Buholz, Left Halfhaek: Patricia Bes- ner, Left Halfhaek: Pain Schroeder, Left Inner: Helen Emery, Center Halfbaek. Captain: Sandie Simpson, Right YVing, Carol Karps, Center Forward: Jane Hahn. Left Ilalfback: Bonnie Beam- er, Right Fullbackg Beatrice Baird, Advisor, Q- '- '-fl -J 2 :la ESE :gf ROIV I: David Wlentworthz Jerry Brazaz Alan Freeman: Bob Koski: Neil Creinke ROW 2: Wayne Trupkeg Dan Ehlerg Charles Kwick: Jim Miller: Jim Banibrough ROW 3: Dick Larseng jim Klinzing: Bill Scherer: Steve Noffsingerg Bruce Schulz ROW 4: Lloyd Rasmussen: John Kadingg A. C. Stadhausg Barry SchoekrnelgKen Voll. This year the L-Club functioned not only as an honorary organization for any La Crosse athlete who had earned a letter in any varsity sport, but also served as an active organization at athletic events. Selling concessions at football and basket- ball games as well as sponsoring all half-time en- tertainment for both sports were activities of the organization. ROW I: Gary Dowd: John Pankiewicz: Vlayne Sojkowski: Pete Van Handel: Roger Baylor ROW 2: Dennis Stannardg Joe Jaroshg Jeff Haebigg Patrick Fleming ROW 3: Mike Cross: Pete Werner: Al Poser: Topper Hagerman: Bob Polan. 146 I L-Bar-X dancers prove square dancing can be fun! L-Bar-X ROW I: Tom Byerly, Mick Miller, Simon Miller, Marlene Ten- Hakeng Jim Trowbridge: Betty lNIesch: Steve Langeg Judy Mfarxg Jim Hornby ROW 2: Bob Meronk: Joann lVolffg Stan Dorffg Sonia Gonzalezg Bonnie Ostermeierg Bill Schererg Jeannie Jachg K ' W V 4. .. X' 311' .l,,g'afe' Connie Boebel puts the finishing touches on her new L-Bar-X outfit. The colorful L-Bar-X dancing group un- der their expert advisor, Bernadine Kunkel, par- ticipated in many out-of-town events, impressively representing La Crosse State University. In- cluded in the traveling itinerary were perform- ances at Iola, XVisconsin's winter carnival and WN'estby, Wisconsin, a performance and a dance workshop at the Education Association conven- tion at St. Francis, south of Milwaukee, and rep- resentation at the La Farge Career Day program. Four objectives of the group were outlined this year. They included: 1. to further each club memberis skill 2. to help uwould-ben dancers 3. to perform whenever asked 4. to enjoy the social experience of dancing and laughing together. lNIike Flanagang Mary Engsbergg Peter W'erner ROW 3: Scott Shawg Blargaret Jannushq Dave Pieperg Joyce Pabst: Bucky Nielseng Connie Boehel: Jack Connaughtong Gail Mortensong Wayne Sehreiberg Chuck Moore. A V i l 'l'l'l'l"lt3 .eq Q 3. tftgnwtml Vg-rsvp?- , . ,- -..,-. The Pom-Pom Girls lead the Marching Chiefs in the Oktober- fest Parade. 4 .x-4 5 . , f' Pom-Pom Girls o-s.,.-... Representing the school spirit of La Crosse State University, the Pom-Pom Girls participated in the Oktoberfest parade and the Homecoming parade leading the band and performed at football and basketball games leading the crowd in cheers and school songs. The Pom-Pom Girls perform during half-time at a basketball game. Leading the school song, the Pom-Pom Girls stimulate school spirit at a football game. ROW I: Pam Smithg Joy Markertg Kitsy McCullochg Karen Hoeslyg Cheryl Fischerg Kathy Behlingg Karen Nordbloomg Barb Flynng Marty Burrisg Carolyn Quammen ROW 2: Judy Milfredg Kinyon ROW 4: Gloria Hutchinsong Pam Topolg Connie Boebelg Kathy Tenchg Sandy Schmitg Judi Patienceg Carol Romeog Terry Lindgreng Karen Johnson. Sharon Reeseg Barbara Heinonen ROW 3: Janet Hanseng Holly 1 if 6 s 3 s 3 ROM' I: Bonnie Osterrneien lwfargaret Jannusch: Jill Walkerg cina ROW 2: Nancy Krattiger: Nancy WVagner: Francis Koenigg Sue Meadoxisi Marilyn Meyer: Hank Delikoski: Rose Mangiara- Judy Marxzjudy Cox: Sandy Laing. umbling lub With beautiful control, strength, and grace the La Crosse State Tumbling Club entertained two basketball game audiences as the club performed at half-time of both the La Crosse-River Falls game and the LaCrossegStout game. The clubis third performance was at the High School Playday in the spring. ,WHmm,c,,,,,,..! """Y!" I S E o , QI The helping hands of WRA members assist a Play Day participant over the horse. Women's Recreation Association '6Keep Sports Alive in '65', was the theme for the W'omen,s Recreation Association this year. The WRA encouraged expanded participation by pub- licizing its activities in the WRAP, the WRA paper. Opportunities to participate in twelve separate sports were offered. Apparatus, archery, badmin- ton, basketball, curling, fencing, riding, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, and volleyball ROW I: Mona Moen, Nancy Thomson, Diane Libersky, Sally Redlin, Carol Friday, Marilyn Schwartz ROW 2: Lois Cotton, Eve Kramer, Sharon Theobald, Sandie Simpson, Carol Lamp, Jean Evert, Lee Stephenson, advisor ROW 3: Karen Toburen, te' , Q .WL A 't ,ww 10" I we MQW WRA sponsors free recreational swims through- out the year were the events WRA sponsored for girls with any amount of experience. WRA attended several Sports Days sponsored by other Wisconsin State Universities' WRA,s. In turn our NVRA not only hosted basketball and swimming Sports Days but also held Play Days for high school students. Helen Emery, Connie Owen, Patricia Besner, Virginia Fairbanks, Jean Bubolz, Toni O'Brien, Pam Schroeder ROW 4: Virginia Nairn, Linda Duncan, Ann Ditscheit, Barbara Brekken, Linda Kovalik, Barb Gamber, Marcy Oncken, Roberta McGowan. ,-.' cv rf- v r S. , ' ta. U Ah-4.4 DN 1 Band f V P: V! l we ,M T hir" " 1561? ' The featured twirler, Pamela Albrecht. K'The Swinging Chiefsw, our L.S.U. stage band. i The band, in formation at the Packer-Viking game in Minneap- O1iS,MinneSOta. The band, performing at the New York Worlds Fair, Tiparillo Pavillion. , ' .iii .....-1"""" Flute-Piccolo Kathy Peterson Nancy Moersch Annette Hoff Arlene Alt Joan Berken Sue Hutchison Bonita Lutz Margaret Quam Gordon Nelson Martha Jenkins Barbara Moran Oboe-English Horn Jo Krause Phobe Sund Carol Moore Kay Killian Eb Clarinet Sharon Chitwood Vicky White Bb Clarinet Alto Don Stulken Terry Krugel Sue Pennock Rosanne Channing Judy Johnson Nancy VVeissenberger Paul Van Akkeren Linda Beimel Allen Thompson Ellen Mikkleson Pat Anderson Linda Becker Diane Adams Sandra Hakomaki Larae Peterson Jackie Coates Connie Sugden Dianne Meronek Sandra Silverling Jean Mortenson Judy Jordan Edith Gratke Gail Simonson Marilyn Bjorge Clarinet Robert McDonald Pamela Albrecht Beverly Mantey Charlotte Anderson Bass Clarinet Anita lVIelby Diana Archibald Carol Armagost Cheryl Sterling Joy Andrew Conta Bass Clarinet Ann Lorenzen Leslie Glenna Bassoon Suann Thompson Jeanne Preston Linda Nelson Barbara Bronson Sandra Dolata Alto-Saxophone John Bentz Judy DeJong Marcia Evenson Jeff Heisler Emily Janecky Nancy Alderson Mary Draeger Sandra Bergelin Tenor Saxophone David Zurn Janice Semran Brenda Bishop Gary Lunde Barbara Ruf Bruce Bishop Baritone Saxophone James Duerkop John Wladephul Trum pet Blaine Peterson Lupi Tijerina Cornet Noel Denniston Jeanne Cox Albert Betz Donnette Hollman Gary Peterson Rick Young Harry Lee Nick Charles David Joanis Rick Sime Charlene Johnson Sharon Dobbs Ron Potter Barbara Rigdon Robert Baker JeHi James Virginia Marin Dan Bomkamp French Horn Pam Ranger Carol Swanson Nancy Emery Mary Downing Sherry Tennant Lynn Howell llary Rieke Laurie MacMillian Paul Schwier Baritone Roy Sugden Donna French Mary Bessac Rita McKinley James Nagle Marty Juel Dolly De Keyse Ron Lee Tekla Anderson Trombone Richard Loken Neil Denniston Linda Todd Jerry Betthauser Mike Lowe Charles Cullen Harry Harnish Fred Matthes Robert Seymour 153 Arlan Stone Thomas Jacobson Timothy Betzle Tuba Forrest Biggerstaff Ronald Pfaff James Hornby Charles Moore Susan Rove Roger Haugh Sue Jerome Charles Kuthler Robert Johnson String Bass Meilsa Erickson Percussion Snare Drum Tom Joanis Cindy Dodge Robert Folck Cheryl Snyder Steve Keppen Allen Knudson Lauree Rebro Charles Hastings Bass Drum Gerald Bonsack XVilliam Meyer Cymbals Susan Hendricks Timpini Cindy Howland Chimes Ci' Bells Julie Jorgenson Announcer-Nick Moran Drum MajorAGordon Nelson Featured Twirler-Pamela Albrecht Managers--Gerald Bonsack, Jerry Bett- hauser i'Chief La Crosse"-John Radjenovitch CONDUCTOR-RALPH WAHL ASSISTANT-TERRY KRUGEL Q SOPRANO Carol Cook Joan Dauphin Sharon Greene Susan Hendricks Carol Johnson Carol Kaepernick Connie Kelly Joann Kleinsasser Kathleen Kortbein Gloria Michels Christine Moen Sharon O'Leary Mary Glsen Jeanine Opdyke Carolyn Quammen Ann Rommel Janine Schaller Diane Vaaler Universit Singers DR. WILLIAM V. ESTES, DIRECTOR KAREN KLEINKE, ACCOMPANIST ALTO Jan Doleschal Melisa Erickson Theo Flickinger Jane Gelhaus Julie Jorgensen Sallymae Keefe Ann Lorenzen Norma Melby Pat Miller Sandra Rebahn Jessie Sinclair Marcia Slocum Sally Steckart Ruth Welda Vicky White TENOR Tom Byerly Russell Carter Robert Klapper Kermit Oppriecht George Potaracke Raymond Rodriguez Harold Scarseth George Wallace BASS Tom Adams Douglas Brandt Robert Bruett Jose Correra Roger Crum James Greenup Robert Hubbard Ronald Jones Terry Krugel Gary Lunde Y'Vesley Petersen James Regelein Bruce Schuelke Robert Sivak Roy Sugden Glenn VVake Dr. Estes tapes choir music for televi- sion and radio publicity, advertising the choir's European tour. Collegiate-s: ROW I: Carol Kaepernick: Gloria Blichelsg Carol Cook, Ann Lorenzen, Jan Dolcschal ROW 2: James Regeleing The University Singers in concert. The La Crosse State University Singers plan to make a three week concert tour of Europe this summer. Performances have already been sched- uled in Munich, Berlin, Paris, Coblenz, Rothen- burg, Frankfurt, Lucerne, Dijon, and London. The idea for the tour sprang from an invitation the Singers received last year to participate in a week-long summer festival of Renaissance music in Florence, Italy. Although it was impossible to accept that invitation, the prospects of such a trip excited the members of the choral group, and it was ultimately decided that a European tour might be possible. It is now a reality! James Greenupg Glenn Wake, YN'illiam Ziegler, Tom Byerlyg George Potarake. !,l' 4 , U .gf 3 T, x,,o, Q l 9 4 N 1 ,' Q' 5 . A t a 1 I' 1 A .fl 0 l"t , in I ,, V af fi 1 4 4 1' w rx' ' A 36: , '29 4 a 1 Q U 4 ' , ' 1 'U 0 J U Q I , . 2' '5 ' 1 4 4 ,Jil fl f 4 1 gl, .1 Jr I ' i 1 ,ug a . A ,I h a 4 in I ' eww I Q' t .., Mg 1 '. . 1 , ' 15 1 1 9 - v f' f f ' ' f .ar ff . 1 . ' UG ' J 1 ?' A' "' 12 ,W V, A as 3 K 1 K' U ' ,. ffl -i-fr ' 1 at 1 in HV-f, ' 1 Q1.w Ai1 sk Q 1 qw l o .bw ' 4' C o Q' 1 ,Q ,Q .....W-...M 6 I il -Hun' 4 i . -1? 8 lv O nf in Q! ' I ii , Qs ' a , H' "A I , .v ,nf U A' E "Hi- . A. wow" rv--fbi' SPRING Student Life .. .. . .. .. 158 Special Events Student Recognition Q62 Play ............. Q63 Songfest .. .. .. Q64 Beta Variety Show . Q66 NAIA Swim Meet . Q67 Worldis Fair Band . Q68 Sports Baseball .. . .. Q70 Track .. Q72 Tennis .. .. .. Q74 Golf . . . . . Q75 Seniors .. .. -. Q76 Faculty .... . . . 202 Indexes .. . .. . 241 WWW 196 Spring Was ,1,.,,,MM H.wf"" ,- ,rw F Kawai? JIS WWF "9""" ,,r""V,,,gg K5 Q5fWNffL ' www? ja., 2.3 assisting the town in stopping the rising waters 1965 Sprung Was . . , watching Riverside Park slowly disappear 160 of' relaxing from the tensions of the Hood 161 SJ' Scholarship Winners The honorees at La Crosse State Universityls first annual Honors Banquet were: ROW I : Kathleen Manke, Alice O. Gordon Scholarship, Barbara Bell, Rena Angell Scholarship, Janet Snyder, Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship, ROW 2: Nancy Thomson, Grace Tripp Scholarship, Barbara Her- ried, Panhellenic Council Award, Alyce Schnee- berger, Reuben Trane Scholarship, Marlene Ten Haken, La Grosse Gommunity Trust Scholarship, Margaret Walker, James Quinn Award for Wom- en, Peggy Barenthin, Bessie Belle Hutchinson Scholarship, Ann Spooner, and Mrs. Sally Seiler, both Alice O. Gordon Scholarships, Trudy Bolen, Alpha Omicron Pi Scholarship, ROW 3 : Harold Erickson, William H. White Scholarship, Peter Werner, James Quinn Award for Men, Jerome Kalamen, Phi Epsilon Kappa Scholastic Key, Lyle Koehler, Eugene W. Murphy Scholarship, David Frisbie, lNorld War II Memorial Scholarship, Stephen Rutter, Eta Phi Alpha Award, and John Brauner, Oren E. F razee Scholarship. Playboy of the Western World John Millington Synge's somewhat notorious work, The Playboy of the Western World, was the last presentation of the La Crosse State University Players for the 1964-65 season. Synge, now recog- nized as one of the best of the Abbey Lane play- wrights, lightly depicted the inclecisiveness, the na- tive rcligiousness, the flowery language, and the popular imagination of the Irish people. The Cast Terrell Brown ............ Christopher Mahon Lorelle Brownell .... ....... P egeen Mike Tom Dickmann .... ...... O ld Mahon Gerald Quimby ...... Michael James Mona Synoground .... .... N 1V idow Quinn Jellry Klund ....... . . . Shawn Kuegh Dustin Evans .... Philley Cullen Don VVeisflog . . . . . . Jimmey Farrell Linda Hundt . . . .... Sara Tausy UAW, thy b Bethani Beaster . . . .... Susan Brady Bridget Cantlon .... ..... H onor Blake June Jorgensen .... .... N ellie O,Riordan "Well . . . please excuse yourself! ! !" if., AH M' if " "f'i"R if ' ' xl-me 'y I sie' l Jjg.. ,jf :Sri A S I ., '- X sr' i Grand prize winner, Lutheran Campus Center. A afv, ga Something Southern Jim Rcgelein experienced double success as he directed the first place winners in Mens Voices, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and the grand prize organization, the Lutheran Campus Center. Beautiful Southern belles greeted the audience at the doors of the Main Hall Auditorium which had been transformed by the Recreation Club into a Southern mansion, complete with flower gardens and Southern scenery. The South came alive as various organizations presented their versions of "Something Southernf' with such favorites as 'cDeep River," "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," and "Swanee River." The Lutheran Campus Center won top honors for mixed groups and for over-all performance with "Everytime I Feel the Spiritf' and "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poorf, Tau Kappa Epsilon won Hrst place for Mcn's Voices with '4Dry Bonesw and c'More." 6'Kentucky Baben and HAS Long As He Needs Me" were Alpha Omicron Pi's selections as they won first place for YVomen's Voices. . 0 l 5 I Second place winners for Womenls Voices, Delta Zeta sorority. Alpha Omicron Pi won first place for Women's Voices and second place for all-around singing. '14 Ax, 165 This grace and beauty brought first place to the TKEs. Master of ceremonies, Gerald Quimby, entertained between acts. i .ml Beta ariety Show 'KVould you like a subscription to the new campus PRAVADA?', S , i, E if ef S W MN:-WJ X Tau Kappa Epsilon won first place at the 1965 Beta Variety Show with their satire of the ballet Swan Lake. Phi Sigma Epsilon gathered second place honors as they did a take off on 007. Delta Zeta Sorority came in third with 'CHOW to Catch a Man," and Sigma Tau Gamma, with a skit about a lighthouse keeper and his family, settled for fourth place. Gerald Quimby, master of ceremonies, captured the grand prize, in the audienceis mind at least, for his delightful between-act performance. NAIA Swim Meet From Slippery Rock to Puget Sound and from Bemidji to Eastern New Mexico, swimmers from 28 schools took over the new La Crosse State Uni- versity pool for the three day National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics swimming meet. The 20-man Macalester team successfully de- fended its National Championship, under the coaching of Dave I-Ialberg, a '58 graduate of La Crosse State. Bill Goers was the Indian's champion with a first in the 100-yard freestyle. He swam it in :50.0 -not a national record-but good enough to win a first for La Crosse. The Indians finished in 8th place with 235 points. This swimmer surges ahead, urged on by the shouts of his team mate and the crowd. The gun sounds, the watches click, and the swimmers stretch into the water. l With strength and desire, this swimmer Fights to remain ahead. Macalester shows its championship form. LaCrosse State University at the 1965 Worldas F air 168 169 ROW I.' Paul Sommersg Dave Christianseng E. Richard Larseng ghring Neil Elbe, Roger Mashackg Richard Corcorang Bill Sever- John Veltmang Mark Simong Bob Renz. ROW 2: Ed Dureng Al song Terry Schaetzkeg Phil Pabich, Statisticiang Ralph Esweing Staffong Wayne Sojkowskig Richard Meteyardg Steve Lange. Field Managerg Larry Hilgendorf, Assistant Coach. ROW 3: Coach E. W. Vickroyg Arney Degenhardtg Gene Lou- Paul Sommers gives a big wind up before delivering the pitch. 1 is I l av" in 2. I' 2 -Q3 Baseball Big Bats With a predominantly freshman pitching staff the Indians won six games and lost nine. The Indians won four of their first seven games, the most interesting of which was a 28-11 victory over Loras College of Iowa. As the season progressed, the competition stiffened and LaCrosse lost six of their next eight games. With only two players lost by graduation the Indians are looking forward to the 1966 season as a chief title contender. LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse LaCrosse Scoreboard 4 Winona 9 0 State Col. of Iowa 10 1 State Col. of Iowa 0 13 Eau Claire State 0 4 Eau Claire State 3 28 Loras College 11 2 Loras College 7 0 Oshkosh State 2 7 Oshkosh State 4 O Platteville State 4- 3 Platteville State 1 2 River Falls State 3 3 River Falls State 6 O Whitewater State 2 4 Whitewater State 10 Going for a double, Al Staffon slides. ,. C .W . 'R K 0 on " S, l LA cn CHU 5 Us 'Ng ROW 1: Gerry Brazag Rick Schulzg Pete Van Handelg Steve Noffisingerg Pete Wernerg Barry Schockmel. ROW 2: Dennis Burtong Dan Ehlerg Tom Busseg Bruce Hutcheong Gary Gardinerg Jim Coutleyg Gary Drezang, Trainer. ROW 3: Eugene Witekg Track Ginclermen Dave Heinecke gets set to hurl the discus. ,A . 1 2 it s H b fi s X L R, K 'P 1 L. 1- "c g LA I ga.. cn . R0 i Dave Maherg Mike Crossg jim Klinzingg Dave Heineckeg Larry Morrisong Lee Spletter. ROW 4: Coach Gautschg Marv Ekerng Vic Getsingerg Dick Runningg Gordon Sarong Dennis Arking Coach Brown. on the Move Though several meets were rained or snowed out, the trackmen did a credible job by taking second place in the conference meet held at LaCrosse. Individual winners were pole vaulter Tom Busse, high jumper Ron Byers, three miler Dan Ehler, and discus thrower Dave Heinecke. Scoreboard LaCrosse 104 River Falls 27 LaCrosse 2nd Conference Meet LaCrosse 5 1 Whitewater 85 LaCrosse 4th Conference Relays , NL 172 .-. ' M MM ., ,.... ..,.., M.. 'W H ,Q .,, J' Cl Q,-Q 'Ev' at Determmatlon concentratxon and desxre helped Tom Busse to the pole vaultmg conference champmnshlp s g . V if , 'E-ij ' 'Gm , flw iiafiw, -' - '?'ffzf'Q 'Qi' M 'E .. , G ' ,,. Z S x '14 V ' fi , if jg 1, .ff- Je. uf 'JL "ik Zhu ,513 ' v ' , . fa' " 1 , .36 sg -is Q rg .A f s " I V it 'IQ KJ fx I .fi 5 5' s -A H fe 2 ggi f l ,,.A T i ' 1 L.. .:":' ff 3 ,, 3 , r W . . CI'1I11S V V ' wr ' o s 0 Q.. ' V - n, of ,tm-is 1 a, uets Wm ln ww kr - w us w' , -. fa ' -V . f s w, 1 , , , ...Q awww f gg,-,.,..,..,..-t., ,J if fy fw- j.,:,+w'-Z-fv-fiq-fr - f 'ww s ta, 'Qs-w-, Jgl-' avid' gf f -figiasmfws 5 .4 -, . f - V. Joe Jarosh shows his winning form. John Kading returns the ball with a good stiff forearm drive. The tennis team played in all kinds of weather this spring, but managed a 9-0 triumph over Stevens Point, a 5-2 win over Mankato State, a 8-1 victory over Luther, and a third place state conference rating. The state tournament was held on the La Crosse courts this year. Jim Gray and Jim Baker were the only La Crosse competitors to play in the semi-finals. The team was a well-balanced team and with returning lettermen and some new prospects the team is looking forward to a successful '66 season. ROW I: Jim Baker 5 Jim Gray. ROW 2: Joe Jaroshg John Kading. Team members not pictured are Al Prueferg Richard Michuda 5 Frank Kleczewski. E' W g...,,..:,1' .. W. W- ,151-van ,vduj gg-p1 5 mouse IJRUJKJ : mmf YOUR 5 vi nm I is OR ON r 'Q wav", I, SEATED: Gene Dobsong Walter Thoreson, coach. STANDING: Ray Scofieldg Terry Browng Ace Stadhausg Harry Carpenterg Don Iver- song Ken Vollg Ron Quillin. Golf The Indian Linksmen The golf team compiled a record of seven wins and three losses this season which included an 8 to 7 upset over Loras College of Iowa, a 21 to 6 sweep over Platteville, and a IOM to AIM victory over Oshkosh. The team placed fourth in the state conference meet at Green Lake with Don Iverson shooting a 153 which put him third among the state golfers. One of the most exciting tournaments for the linksmen was the N.A.I.A. tournament at Rockford, Illinois. The team placed eighth with Don once again displaying his skill as he was runner-up for the national championship and was placed on the N.A.I.A. all-American golf team. Ray Scofield shoots out of the rough. l75 SENIGRS T KSEATED, left to rightl Sharon K. Wichelt, Brodheadg Marlene TenHaken, Sheboygang Karen Llness, Val- dersg Karen Marie Smith, Fort Atkinsong Caroline Pipke, Milwaukeeg Helen Emery, Mauston5 KSTANDINGQ Jeff Haebig, lVest Bend: Stephen Rutter, LaCrosseg Dennis Stannard, Fort Atkinsong A. C. Stadthaus, Mayville Fred Fibeger, LaCrosse: Clark Tingle, Waukesha: Harold Motschenbacher, Onalaska: and Loren C. NVardwell LaCrosse. Thirty students at La Crosse State University were included in the 1965-66 edition of 'WVho's Who Among Students in American Universities . and Collegcsf, The students were nominated by an S H anonymous faculty-student committee, which made selections on the basis of participation and leadership in academic and extra-curricular ac- tivities, citizenship and service to the school, and promise of future usefulness. KSEATED, left to rightj Carleen Sieh, Crystal Lake, Ill.g Ann Ditscheit, Milwaukeeg Nancy Thomson, Coleman' Constance Owen, Oconomowocg Carol Vogelpohl. Menomonee Falls: Sally jo Hayrnann, Milwaukeeg KSTAND- INGD Steven Hoff, Osseog W. Steve Storey, Peshtigog James E. Miller, Peshtigog Bill Collar, VVisconsin Rapidsg J Herm Dustman, Northbrook, Ill,3 Robert Koski, Wakefield, Mich.g and Kenneth Felker, Peshtigo. Not pictured are John Kading, Appletong Stephen Lange, Oshkoshg and Donald Stulken,Viroqua. xx iii it 7 fl' Stephen R. Adams Recreation Tari A. Batchelder Physical Education Cheryl A. Behrens Physical Education Jerome F. Binsfeld Physical Education Daniel B. Amundsen Physical Education Ellen D. Anderson Patricia M. Bahan Letters and Science Letters and Science Mary J. Bauer Physical Education 'C' .fif - M" . , ' ' l' ijffm "E"- 'i3f'fffi5'f':Ti' !L5 . .. W .. l l f, ,.. I f, ..,. -sfggrmf: L. . , '- - fx 5 g , ,g , if :fe Hn.. 5 K W I Mary E. Beiderwieden Elementary Education Barbara M. Blackburn Physical Education Bethani A. Beaster Kenneth L. Beck Secondary Education Letters and Science Barbara M. Bell John E. Berg Letters and Science Secondary Education Dorene L. Boese Trudy K. Bolen Physical Education Secondary Education Lorna Borns Gerald J. Borseth Phyllis J. Bourne Physical Education Letters and Science Physical Education Seniors Judy R. Brandau Gerald F. Braza Elementary Education Physical Education Barbara J. Brekken Ronald L. Briggs Lorelle E. Brownell Physical Education Letters and Science Secondary Education Wayne F. Bruno Jean E. Buckley Nancy Keller Burcum l Physical Education Elementary Education Elementary Education James M. Brady Physical Education Christine G. Brechler Physical Education Marjorie A. Bruner Physical Education Ronald J. Byers Physical Education William G. Caesar Kay Welter Carl Letters and Science Secondary Education Daniel F. Cibrario John P. Clements Secondary Education Letters and Science Lois M. Cotton Claudette C. Crook Physical Education Physical Education Jack D. Davis Noel G. Denniston Physical Education Physical Education Rosaline J. Carter Elementary Education William J. Collins Letters and Science Paul A. Cuta Letters and Science Judith M. Dettmann Physical Education Erik C. Caspersen Letters and Science Prentice C. Connell Elementary Education Darryle D. Damon Secondary Education Anne E. Ditscheit Physical Education Douglas A. Drew Letters and Science Stanley T. Dorff Alice M. Downie Recreation Letters and Science Seniors Herman C. Dustman Katherine M. Effertz Physical Education Physical Education QM Helen J. Emery Gary C. Erickson Ronald A. Erickson Physical Education Physical Education Secondary Education Richard A. Fahning Virginia L. Fairbanks Donald Fass Physical Education Letters and Science Letters and Science Linda M. Duncan Physical Education Mary A. Elstad Elementary Education Judith Erdman Letters and Science Kenneth R. Felker Elementary Education Carol A. Fenney Fred M. Fibeger Theron H. Fisher Physical Education Recreation Recreation Thomas M. Fitzpatrick Letters and Science Alan W. Freeman Physical Education David A. Frisbie Secondary Education Mary E. Fouske Secondary Education Betty L. Frick Letters and Science Mary L. Fronk Physical Education Dennis M. Fitzgerald Letters and Science Gay L. Fox Bernard H. Frazier Elementary Education Physical Education Carol J. Friday Gary E. Friedl Physical Education Letters and Science Linda D. Fuller Delores Russo Gahan Elementary Education Secondary Education Reginald A. Gassen Sandra K. Gates Anthony J. Gautsch James W. Geissner Letters and Science Secondary Education Letters and Science Recreation Seniors James A. Gianoli Robert L. Gibson W. Peter Gilbertson Letters and Science Secondary Education Letters and Science Sally A. Glish Camille A. Glubka Reginald F. Graf Doris Grumann Grassman Elementary Education Letters and Science Letters and Science Elementary Education J. Robert Gray Donald D. Green Kathleen A. Greenheck Ronald G. Greve Letters and Science Letters and Science Elementary Education Secondary Education Gloria L. Gryphan Charles R. Gschwind Alden M. Guberud Elizabeth Teeslink Guberud Elementary Education Secondary Education Letters and Science Physical Education Margaret J. Guertler Gayl E. Gutknecht Daniel J. Hach Vernon D. Halmrast Secondary Education Physical Education Letters and Science Letters and Science M. Lynn Halverson David H. Halvorsen Dennis W. Hamilton Gary J. Hamm Secondary Education Recreation Secondary Education Physical Education Ellen Hanifi Genevieve L. Hansen Jayne E. Hanson Ronald K. Hanson Letters and Science Elementary Education Elementary Education Letters and Science Karen M. Harcey Secondary Education Sally J. Haymann Physical Education Karol E. Heinz Physical Education Katherine Davy Hill Elementary Education Helen K. Harding James M. Hartzheim Letters and Science Letters and Science Seniors Martha Heck Letters and Science 1 Barbara J. Herried Letters and Science Cheryl J. Hermann Secondary Education Elaine Hoeft Steven F. Hoff Letters and Science Secondary Education Hollis T. Havill Secondary Education Carolyn R. Heider Elementary Education Sue K. Hickey Physical Education Sharon M. Hoffland Elementary Education Connie L. Holz Neil H. Hovind Shirleen S. Howard Elementary Education Letters and Science Elementary Education Linda E. Hundt George Hupfer Kay Hutchen Secondary Education Recreation Secondary Education Judith J. Jacobus Melva C. Jensen Donna J. Jenson Letters and Science Secondary Education Physical Education Ken W. johnson Ruthanne Johnston Allegra M. Jordie Secondary Education Physical Education Elementary Education Carlynn M. Hulbert Physical Education ' sii i Q . . if efai e ..y P If .. Marvin A. Iverson Letters and Science Ronald J. Jezwinski Physical Education Ed Jors Letters and Science fqw......w" Barbara Zeinerman Jumes Physical Education wav 'M' ' i'5,:1':5 ' ' jsu t I: . Robert E. Kerska. Secondary Education James E. Klinzing Physcial Education Robert J. Koski Physical Education John C. Kading Carolyn M. Karceski Physical Education Physical Education Seniors Frank M. Kleczewski Physical Education Joyce A. Klipstein Mary E. Klir Physical Education Elementary Education Marion L. Kramer Karen Kroeger Elementary Education Letters and Science Kathleen A. Keilholtz Elementary Education Karen K. Kleinke Letters and Science James P. Koch Letters and Science Anita Hendrickson Kropf Letters and Science Sylvia L. Kums Charles F. Kwick Gerald W. Laabs Carol L. Lamp Physical Education Physical Education Letters and Science Physical Education Steve W. Lange E. Richard Larsen Donna J. Larson Mavis A. Larson Physical Education Recreation Secondary Education Letters and Science Thomas M. Laurent Bonnie J. Leavitt Erling O. Lebakken Barbara A. Lee Physical Education Elementary Education Secondary Education Elementary Education Diane M. Libersky Howard N. Liebscher Curtis R. Lingsweiler Jack C. Louko Physical Education Letters and Science Physical Education Physical Education Susan Squires Lucas Letters and Science Carol A. Luther Physical Education Mary E. Malone Physical Education Kay F. Marshall Letters and Science Donald H. Ludwig Letters and Science Carolyn A. Mahnke Elementary Education Kathleen A. Manke Elementary Education Roger A. Mashack Physical Education Alyerd L. Luelloff Secondary Education Seniors Dona L. Mantey Secondary Education Marlene D. Mashak Secondary Education Kay M. Lunde Elementary Education Rosemary M. Malin Secondary Education Susan J. Manthei Secondary Education Barbara A. Masheimer Elementary Education Naomi Masuda Patricia A. McCarthy James A. McCartney Patsy R, McCoy Secondary Education Elementary Education Secondary Education Secondary Education Jerold D. McCreight John H. McCreight William J. McCutcheon Robert J. McDermott Letters and Science Letters and Science Physical Education Secondary Education Diane Meier Norma J. Melby Mary E. Mesch Paul E. Methum Letters and Science Elementary Education Physical Education Letters and Science Diane M. Miller James E. Miller James S. Miller Kathleen F. Miller Elementary Education Phy. Ed., Sec. Ed. Physical Education Physical Education ,A . Howard T. Mills Letters and Science Thomas P. Morgan Physical Education Betty Misch Mousel Letters and Science Marjorie A. Nelson Elementary Education Karen J. Milos Physical Education Mona L. Moen Physical Education David G. Mollet Letters and Science Cordelia K. Mosher Secondary Education Semors Tom M. Mulhern Letters and Science Scott C. Nelson Letters and Science Dewey L. Mullikin Physical Education Joseph A. Obrnascher Secondary Education Harold A. Motschenbacher Letters and Science Allan W. Mundsack Letters and Science Rip 0'Dwanny Letters and Science Robert E. Oertel Letters and Science James L. Olson Letters and Science Barbara G. Ostermeier Physical Education Edward C. Parker Elementary Education Gerald R. O'Gara. Secondary Education Charlynn M. Olson Diane M. Olson Secondary Education Elementary Education Martin V. Olson Secondary Education Ruth A. Olson Nancy L. Opland Elementary Education Secondary Education Darlene L. Oswald Connie J. Owen Lynn E. Owens Elementary Education Physical Education Physical Education Susan E. Pennock Motilall Persaud Clifford J. Peterson Letters and Science Letters and Science Letters and Science Sonja G. Pfaff Barbara A. Pikus Caroline A. Pipke Physical Education Recreation Recreation Seniors Margaret A. Pyron Secondary Education Sylvan O. Quinn Physical Education Dale A. Rae Douglas L. Rash Lloyd P. Rasmussen Recreation Letters and Science Physical Education Suzanne E. Rezel John R. Richling Kenneth R. Ricker Secondary Education Recreation Physical Education Robert E. Preuss Secondary Education John J. Radjenovich Elementary Education Margaret R. Rezek Letters and Science Ronald J. Rinehart Letters and Science Bonnie L. Risberg Elementary Education Secondary Education Gordon I. Robson Linda. K. Rockwell Letters and Science Elementary Education 'TW F. s, . ., -7. Carol J. Romeo james B. Rose Physical Education Secondary Education David A. Rudolph Secondary Education Letters and Science Stephen W. Rutter John E. Risberg Marie D. Risherg Marilyn H. Robertson Secondary Education Secondary Education William L. Roellich Richard Rogers Letters and Science Letters and Science William C. Rowe Al J. Rudolph Physical Education Letters and Science Mary Ann Sammons Sherry J. Sanders Letters and Science Elementary Education 150 Lynn Saterbak Terrance R. Schaetzke Allan J. Schell Letters and Science Secondary Education Letters and Science Seniors Sandra L. Schlosser Terry W. Schmidt Elementary Education Secondary Education ll? James G. Schoebeck Walter W. Schreiber Wayne N. Schreiber Recreation Secondary Education Physical Education Faye A. Schwartz Sally R. Seiler Beatrice E. Severson Letters and Science Secondary Education Elementary Education William L. Scherer Physical Education Bernadette H. Schmitz Physical Education Rita K. Schwandt Elementary Education Lawrence B. Shepard Physical Education John A. Shields Secondary Education Duane D. Smith Physical Education Martin R. Sobczak Physical Education Patricia A. Solverson Secondary Education Carleen Sieh Physical Education Sandra. A. Simpson Physical Education Jerome F. Smith Karen M. Smith Letters and Science Elementary Education Wayne A. Sojkowski Physical Education Rita M. Spangler Secondary Education Sandra Soley Letters and Science Michael A. Spencer Physical Education Bette J. Smart Elementary Education Janet I. Snyder Elementary Education Luther D. Solverson Letters and Science Ann B. Spooner Elementary Education Jean A. Stadler Physical Education William C. Stover Letters and Science Donald G. Stulken Secondary Education Gary J. Templer Letters and Science Dennis R. Stannard Physical Education Robert J. Stremcha Secondary Education John F. Sutton Letters and Science Marlene R. TenHaken Physical Education William D. Stark Letters and Science Seniors Mona J. Synoground Secondary Education Sharon Hamilton Theobald Physical Education 'E,EiEiW7i'Q7fiTiFil'ff7f5ii-lQf5f?f:5i,fi32ii""rQi fimvifi. Mink f sA,at:.w'.-'ff A-ww -- M --fmgr-zsfg Walter S. Storey Physical Education Shirley E. Stuart Letters and Science Beatrice J. Temp Secondary Education Nancy G. Thomson Physical Education Wayne D. Trupke Michael C. Trussoni Jean A. Tryggestad Ruth Lederer Twedt Physical Education Letters and Science Elementary Education Letters and Science Karen R. Ulness Marie M. Urban John Z. Veltman Carol Vogelpohl Physical Education Elementary Education Physical Education Elementary Education Peter Von Allman John R. Wagner David G. Walchak Margaret A. Walker Physical Education Letters and Science Letters and Science Physical Education John D. Wallin James E. Walsh Roberts J. Walters Loren C. Wardwell Letters and Science Letters and Science Secondary Education Letters and Science Nancy B. Weber Irvin F. Wehman Paul G. Wendling Ronald N. Wermager Letters and Science Secondary Education Secondary Education Letters and Science Looking Toward the Future Seniors Peter Werner Sharon WlChClt Physical Education Secondary Education Otto L. Wiesjahn Physical Education James A. Wink Physical Education Penelope D. Williams Elementary Education Elyse A. Wittkopf Physical Education Neil H. Winchell James B. Winder Physical Education Letters and Science Bonnie Wollert Carol J. Zahrte Letters and Science Secondary Education I99 ,I il f'-'wwlvuuunoqgf A Total Experience HA university is more than a collection of build- ings and books and equipment and people. It is more than each person going his own way. It is more than all acting in unison. A university is achieved only when each taking his assigned part, in time, in tempo, and in harmony, devotes his effort toward the common goalf, Virgil M. Hancher y ...I y K .sg ii I ' FACULTY N 1 I - w, Rcxford S. Mitchell B,A., Lawrence College M.A., University of Chicago Ph.D,, University of Wisconsin 204 5 4 -r This is one of the many ways in which the students expressed their tion for President Mitchell's interest in them. 26 Years of Service Dr. Rexford Mitchell retired February 1, 1966 as president of NVisconsin State University-La- Crosse, a position he had held for 26 years. As the fourth president, he came to a campus which consisted of Main Hall, Campus School and Wfit- tich Hall. The college then had an enrollment of 806. During his tenure the physical plant was ex- panded to include the Library, Student Union, New Physical Education Building, Science Build- ing and eight residence halls. The enrollment in- creased five-fold. In honor of President Mitchell, university stu- dents designated December 14, as '6President Mitchell Day." His day included a Christmas Banquet followed by a band concert, special dor- mitory presentations, and the establishment of a President Mitchell Fund. On January 5, 1966, President Mitchell was honored at a Town-Gown surprise birthday party. Always active in civic and academic affairs, Dr. Mitchell was chosen "Man of the Yearw by the LaCrosse Chamber of Commerce in 1964. Presi- dent Mitchell will be remembered by many stu- dents and faculty as the 'cMan of Many Years" of friendly service and dedication to Wisconsin State University-LaCrosse. President Mitchell and Herm Dustman, president of Campus Co student problems on campus. apprecia- !WMk,,.,..- President and Mrs. Mitchell ntrols Council discuss 9.-pnon.-nf-"M ...,.,,,,.,-ur! President Niitchell became a favorite banquet speaker for many civic and academic occasions. New President, Samuel G. Gates B.A., Colorado State M.A., Stanford University Ed.D., Stanford University 206 Dr. Gates wistfully thinks about warm, lazy fishing weather. Samuel G. Gates, an administrator at Colorado State College for 17 years, became president of Wisconsin State University-La Crosse February 1, 1966, succeeding Dr. Rexford S. Mitchell. Dr. Gates had been dean of the graduate division of Colorado State College before coming to La Crosse. Dr. Gates graduated from West Denver High School in 1937. His college career at Colorado State College at Greeley, Colorado, was inter- rupted by World War II in which he served as a captain and B-29 commander in the air force western training command. Dr. Gates taught junior high school science classes in Greeley and Canon City, Colorado, was an instructor in social studies at Colorado State College, and director of the college high laboratory school until he became dean of the graduate school in 1955. Dr. and Mrs. Gates moved to La Crosse in Jan- uary, leaving their son, Samuel Bartlett, 19, a sophomore at the University of Colorado, and their daughter, Kristie Marie 17, a senior in high school at Greeley, in Colorado to complete their educations. Kristie is seriously thinking about attending La Crosse State next fall. In his reply to the Board of Regents' invitation to be president, Dr. Gates wrote: "I am greatly impressed by the Wisconsin State University system, its philosophy, purpose, leadership, and great potential." President and Mrs. Samuel Gerald Gates Dr. Gates is a sharp shooter on campus and off! Edward Garlsson, Ph.D Professor Vice-President, Business Affairs Edith Cartwright, M.A. Professor Dean of Women HV' Administration Maurice O. Graff, Ph,D. Professor Vice-President, Academic Affairs fx Of James Erickson, Ed.D. Professor Dean, Graduate School Gale Grimslid, M.S. Instructor Acting Director of Admissions and Field Services Richard Gunning, Ph.M Professor Ye P ' 5? gEi7"'f -i', 2 Q 1' ,- . ,ag is fi su .,- M' , ff,-'ri' ta Dean of Men Glenn Smith, Ed.D. Professor Dean, School of Health, Recreation Physical Education W. Carl Wimberly, Ph,D. Professor Dean, School of Letters and Science Bernard Young, Ed.D. Professor Dean, School of Teacher Education Robert LeRoy, M.A. Associate Professor Registrar Eugene Murphy Regent Robert Steuck, Ed.D. Professor Dean of Student Affairs In S? ff" fi? 0,13 iv? f JW?-3. ,5'i5,45r1'Ea 'ivy ,g- .1 1' " 1' I . Q5 4 fi" ..1- I . si ,vw ,r',y't so ' ,,1pJ?,': mt -www- HC, , yvifv'-A we 51 Jr' 4 W , . ,lt fs if 5. 1 5 if 5 Q t K 'W . ,. U 'K P . , ms ,si ' ii T8 gr , -Q..- , ., . K Art Mr. Vavrek expresses himself through his work. Richard Beck, M.S. Assistant Professor Art Dale Kendrick, Ph.D. Professor Art William Vafeas, Ed.D Associate Professor Art Kenneth Vavrek, M.F,A. Mrs. Maureen Vavrek, B.F.A. C. Gerald Wells M F A II1SKrL1CtOr Faculty Assistant Assistant Professor Aft Art Art '-Q. s Y 2, 'P 1' ,gr 2 I 0 '1 Mr. Robert Tremaine and Mr. V. B. Rasmusen discuss the project they will co-ordinate and direct. Mr. V. B. Rasmusen, director of the Audio- Visual Center, has been appointed project di- rector of a pending S700,000 Planning Grant which will aim to expose students in elementary grades of 103 schools of cooperative agencies ll- l2-l4-l5 uto additional learning experiences through the utilization of instructional materials in abundance, such as filmstrips, overhead trans- parencies, special books, flat pictures, and re- cordings. This project also hopes to provide in- tensive cin-service' training to teachers in the uti- lization of the above-mentioned materials? Hamilton Lee, Ed.D. Associate Professor Audio-Visual Education t ai V. B. Rasmusen, M.S. Associate Professor Director, Audio Visual Center Clair Rood, M.S. Instructor Audio-Visual Education G. Lester Steinhoff, M.S Associate Professor Audio-Visual Education Robert Ward, B.S.. . Faculty Assistant Audio-Visual Education fi 1 3,5335 Qi K' M- '-,isa A Q is st? f ' Orlin Anderson, Ph.D. Professor 5 . Biology ia my ' La Verne Buldhaupt, M.A. . A , Assistant Professor ,. Biology Richard Hartley, Ph.D. Professor - Biology aim 5 7. 1 f Vs Wilbur Johnson, B.S. Graduate Assistant Biology Stuart Mcllraith, M.S. Assistant Professor Biology Allen Nelson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Biology 1 1 Mr. Theodore Rovang, a native of Erskine, Minn., is retiring this year after 39 years of ser- vice to La Crosse State University. Mr. Rovang received his B.A, in biology at St. Olaf College and his A.M. in botany and psy- chology at Columbia University Teachers Col- lege. Before joining the La Crosse faculty in 1927, Mr. Rovang taught high school in North Dakota. A quiet-spoken man with a twinkle in his eye he will be remembered by two generations of stu dents who have come under his influence. Biology Theodore Rovang, A.M. Laura Schuh, M.S. Robert Senff, M.A. Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Biology Biology Biology Phillip Sparks, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Biology Lucretia Wahl, CMrs.j , B.S. Faculty Assistant Biology James Warner, M.S. Instructor Biology Vincent A. Weber, Ph.D. Professor Biology Howard Young, Ph.D. Professor Biology we 'fs i Raja Badran, B.S. - Faculty Assistant .- 7: , - ,-,. fi, . 3,1 3 Chemistry L Ai1 is Milford Cowley, Ph.D. - Professor Chemistry if . . c. Richard Kistner, Ph.D Assistant Professor W Chemistry Chemistr W. Grey Konrad, Ph.M. Lawrence Nutter, M.S. Ralph Phillips, M.S. Associate Professor Instructor Associate Professor Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry Gerald Rausch, Ph.D. Patricia Robinson, B.S. Lawrence Rowe, M.S. Assistant Professor Faculty Assistant Associate Professor Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry Marian Scullin CMrs.j, B.Ed. Faculty Assistant Chemistry John Storlie, M.S. Associate Professor Chemistry Katherine Stubbleiielcl fMrs.D, M.S.C.S. Faculty Assistant Chemistry 'NL 'Vik V iff-.4 Chemistr Economics Mr. William Parks, in integrating philosophy and the science of economics, has proposed that by the very essence of human nature, nothing is really harmonious, the economy in particular. To him pop art, the frug, and Gemini-7 are the un- harmonious expressions of the internal discord in human nature. "Economics,', says Mr. Parks, 'cis a study of human nature," and if this is so, then eco- nomics is not a study of equilibrium but one of up- set and discord. This is the philosophy behind Mr. Park's "Study of Micro-Discordancies in the Mod- ern Domestic Economy of the United Statesf' .L Q an v f 'l it 'LQ-v Q El 1 ff If ,J :H+ 'ifif Cloyce Campbell, Ph.D. Professor Economics, Business ,Administration Chloe Elmgren, M.B.A. Assistant Professor Economics, Business Administration kguaf- 1 . is e rg Austin Spencer, M.A. Instructor Economics Economics, Business Administration Education Nature study comes alive in Miss Steinke's third grade class. Elementary Pauline Abel, M.A. Assistant Professor Intermediate Supervising Teacher Lora Greene, M.A. Assistant Professor Economics, Business .Administration Clifford Mladenoff, L.L.B. Asssitant Professor Economics, Business Administration William Parks, L.L.M. Associate Professor Economics, Business Administration Noel Antoff CMrs.j, B.A. Faculty Assistant Elementary Education Mauree Applegate Clack Associate Professor Elementary Education fMrs.l , M.A y an 'his 216 Alta Johnson, fMrs.j M.S. Instructor Elementary Education Marian Hammes, M.A. Associate Professor Elementary Education Dorothy Heider, M.A, Associate Professor Elementary Education Education Elementary QF"'N,,,.-4-""""'5 fir-k.51, fi' T' Elaine Lutiger, B.S. Rhea Pederson, M.S. Phyllis Pirner M S Graduate Assistant Assistant Professor Instructor Elementary Education Primary Supervising Teacher Kindergarten Supervising Teacher Richard Rasmussen, M.S. Julia Steinke, M.S. Terry Witzke, B.S Assistant Professor Instructor Faculty Assistant Director, Campus School Primary Supervising Teacher Intermediate Supervising Teacher ff if f' A ' 'ffl ' in 'j: 1 ,Q ' 'f.' 5' Education Secondary Burton Altman, Ph.D Associate Professor Secondary Education Donald Davis, Ed.D. Associate Professor Secondary Education Howard Fredricks, M A Assistant Professor junior High Supervising Teacher A V, , V" 'kim if if t U ,r e ti S-. w he ,A '?,i:i??-gi fy g"Qs,:uv-gi T 'Q H 'rut 4 Q, J'T'1+. QQ? 1255? -VF? Bob Gowlland M A Marian Granger M A Theda Holder, CMrs.j, B.S. Associate Professor Instructor Faculty Assistant Secondary Education Secondary Supervising Teacher Secondary Education Norman Schein, M.A. Assistant Professor Junior High Supervising Teacher William Schmidt, M.A Assistant Professor Secondary Education Allan Reiss, M.S. Instructor Geography ,ef Margaret Chew, Ph.D. Professor Geography Harold Glassen, Ph.D. Professor Geography Jerry Culver, M.S. Associate Professor Geography Geography ,tr , Q 4 fp ts ' rf 4 iw Virgil Holder, M.A. Instructor Geography Edward Weinzierl, M.A. Robert Wingate, M.S. Assistant Professor Instructor Geography Geography 4' fi189'4li E ,F Il 'Ri at E Beatrice Baird, Ed.D. Professor Health, Recreation, Physical Education Robert Batchelder, M.A. Associate Professor Health, Recreation, Physical Education Orville Brault, M.A. Assistant Professor Physical Education Supervising Teacher Health, Recreation Ph sical Education ,.-an.. James Brown, M.S. Instructor Health, Recreation, cation Francis Carter, Ph,D. Alice DeBower, M.A. Associate Professor Associate Professor Physical Edu- Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- cation cation f" E.. ' i 255 Clifton Devon, P.E.D. ,fy 1 Professor " ' Health, Recreation, Physical Education Ya., -A ' , f Diane DeVoll fMrs.j, M.S. Q H A Instructor -- l,t W V Health, Recreation, Physical Education X -"-' i Sn 4 , ri "' sf R X B' is ' -. K iq!! V IA. K cccc ZW William Floyd, MA. Instructor Health, Recreation, Physical Education Floyd Gautsch, P.E.D. Associate Professor Health, Recreation, Physical Education Ernest Gershon, P.E.D. Professor Health, Recreation, Physical Education if l , Lane Goodwin, M.Ed. Wayne Gorell, M.S. Douglas Kane, B.S. Instructor Instructor Graduate Assistant Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- cation cation cation vu Beth Knepple fMrs.j, B.S. 'Q .V J Instructor Physical Education Supervising Teacher Thomas Marshall, B.S. Graduate Assistant Health, Recreation, Physical Education , , rw ft eiyty " -,st . 7 .,s,, , , - 'A 121 Mary McLellan, M.A. Assistant Professor Health, Recreation Leon Miller, M.A. Professor Health, Recreation, Lorraine Moe, B.S. Graduate Assistant Health, Recreation Health, Recreation P ysical Education 5 is bw William Otto, M.S. Patricia Polleck, M.S. Marjorie Schroeder fMrs.j, M.S. Instructor Instructor Ir1StruC'COr Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- cation cation cation F. Lee Stephenson, M.S. Assistant Professor Health, Recreation, Physical Education Rollo Taylor, M.S. Assistant Professor Health, Recreation, Physical Education , Physical Education Physical Education , Physical Education ,V R K , ,J t , . 1,9 it ,skis 3 W , Gi cgie W Anna Thomas, M.A. Associate Professor Health, Recreation, Physical Education Dolly Vanderlip, M.S. Assistant Professor Health, Recreation, Physical Education William E. Vickroy, M.A. Associate Professor 1 Health, Recreation, Physical Education i Terry Warner, B.S. Graduate Assistant Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- cation Don Wille, Ph.D. Associate Professor ,ur Health, Recreation Assistant Professor as , s 4 1 1 r Q - v . n Anne Winter, M.A. Richard Westkaemper, Ed.D. Professor Health, Recreation, Physical Edu- cation , Physical Education I 1 Health, Recreation, Physical Education X, ' All M . B.A. . 'ixiia Ctclessl tsl' History teachers make many speeches on campus, and Dr Hiitiiy VO1ght 1S no exceptlon. Allen Birchler, M.A. .Assistant Professor History Frederick Davies, Ph.D, Professor History Laurence Fallis, M.A. George Gilkey, Ph.D. William Hughes, M,S, Assistant Professor Professor Assistant Professor History History, Political Science History 224 William V Professor History David Jenkins, B.S. Faculty Assistant History William Laux, M.A. Professor History James Potts, B.S. Graduate Assistant History Histor ettes, Ph.D. Robert Voight Ph D Rex Wade Ph D Professor Associate Professor H1StOfy Political Science Hlstory Alvida Ahlstrom, Ph.D Professor Foreign Languages Mary Jane Bloom fMrs Faculty Assistant English Ronald Burman, M.A. Instructor English Lorrame Flaherty B A Helen Gilkey, QMrs.j , M A Faculty Asslstant Instructor Enghsh English Lee Glasel, M.S. Assistant Professor English Jay Gurian, Ph.D. Associate Professor English Edward Hartig, M.A. Instructor English Mary Hebberd, CMrs.D, M.A. Associate Professor English William Hyde, Ph.D. Professor English X, . .. 21 lim? 'P' John Judson, M.F.A. Assistant Professor English Richard Koppitch, M.A. Assistant Professor English, French James Lafky, M.A. Instructor English Helen Lennon, fMrs.D, B.S Faculty Assistant Foreign Language Frederick Lesher, M.A. Instructor English Languages Ada Lord, CMrs.J, M.S. Assistant Professor English Paul Manter, M.A. Ruth Nixon, CMrs.j, M.A. Instructor Associate Professor English Foreign Language Jay Norris, M.A. Associate Professor English Margaret Oleson, M.A. Associate Professor English, Speech 1,4- ni' Meredith Orr, MA. Instructor a?""'K English A1 Roger Parsons, Ph.D. Professor English James Stephens, M.F.A. Instructor English Adelee Stokke, QMr5,j, B,A, Greta Trainer, CMrs,j, B.S. Edna Whalen, CMrs.j, MA. Instructor Faculty Assistant Instructor English English Foreign Language 1 Eugene Williams, MA. Instructor English Emerson W Professor English ulling, Ph.D. t 'K 'W':EQj:f -A . I. , N at R kk ' t I A I William Birdsall, M.A. . A D X I V I f ff m 4' ' Instructor W " is I ' A W F Librarian M iiii cf I it Catherine Grail, q:v1fs.y,M.A.L.s. ' if Associate Professor ig' we Librarian Russel Evans, M.A. Instructor Librarian Dale Gresseth, M.S. Instructor Librarian Alice Hagar, M.S.L.S. Associate Professor Librarian, Campus School W'Nt Margaret Hocker, M.A.L.S. Associate Professor Librarian A.. L Libfa1'Y PQ Aw, l ,gf,,, :- ,, eff , ik, . .K 2' ff' A -A Q-R. -ps John Jenks, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Mass Communications Patricia Muller, M.A. Herbert Searcy, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Librarian Roy Van Note, Ph.D. Professor Director, Library Science Mass Communications Instructor A -it Director, Information Services I Manmohan Arora, M.A. Assistant Professor Mathematics Merrill Barneby, M.S. Assistant Professor Mathematics Arthur Brownell, M.S. Instructor Mathematics Mathematlcs Leo Schnur, M.A. Assistant Professor Mathematics E. Keith Swanson, M.A. Associate Professor Mathematics Arnold Temte, M.A. Associate Professor Mathematics 'WSW John Swickard, M.S. Assistant Professor Music Ralph Wahl, M.M. Assistant Professor Music Dallas Weekley, M.M. Assistant Professor Music U ,. ' Therese Roggenbuck, M.M. Instructor Music William Estes, Ed.D. Professor Music Truman Hayes, M.A.D Associate Professor Music David Mewaldt, M.M. Associate Professor Music usic hilosoph hysics William Felch, Ph.D. Professor Philosophy Owen Raynor, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Philosophy Richard Blade, Ph.D, Associate Professor Physics 233 Carlin Dahler, M.S Associate Professor Physics Earl Hughes, M.S. Instructor Physics Robert Uber, Ph.D. Associate Professor Physics Associate Professor History, Political Science Psychology Bill Fullmer, a senior in psychology, working under the guidance of Dr. Ted Tetzlaff, is using Japanese quail as "guinea pigsi' in his early ex- perience study. The problem he is exploring deals with the affect early experiences in life have on the quail's later physical growth and behavioral patterns. For instanceg if Bill handles some young birds and not others he expects that the handled birds will be heavier and more resistant to stress. After a 44-day resting period, he subjects the quail to various tests to confirm his expected re- sults. This research is financed by a National Science Foundation grant awarded to Dr. Tetzlaff. Political Gary Kuhn, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Political Science Richard Lindblad, M.A. Assistant Professor Political Science Dennis O'Keefe, M.A. Instructor History, Political Science SCICHCC ,,..vv"" c 2.49 . '- va i Lu. ,,,..,. .nik Dr. John Cleveland and Dr. Robert Jackson, co-directors of the psycho-education clinic on campus, are working on a pilot study of gifted or creative children two to six years old. The two psychologists administer intelligence tests, put the children in play situations, observe their ac- tions, test and examine for any signs of special intelligence or creativity the children may exhibit, and interview the parents, to find out if they can identify true creativity. The research project is being Hnanced in part by a grant from the Research Advisory Council of Wisconsin. Psychology I 4 John Cleveland, Ed.D Associate Professor Psychology Sally Cremer CMrs.j, B.A. Faculty Assistant Psychology Clark Himmel, M.E. Assistant Professor Psychology Robert Jackson, Ph.D. Professor Psychology Ted Tetzlaff, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Psychology I Charles Hurst, M.S. Instructor Sociology in Fwy L M. 1- Sociology Paul Johnson, M.S. Instructor Sociology Joseph Motivans, M.A. Assistant Professor Sociology This is true social interaction at work! David Sorenson, B.A. Faculty Assistant Sociology Walter Thorcsen, Ph.D. Professor Sociology 'WW' Clarence Althaus, M.S. Instructor Associate Director, Loans and Employment Velma Gunning, CMrs.j, B.S. Faculty Assistant Director, Loans and Employment Shirley Haas CMrs.j, M.A. Instructor Assistant Dean of Women David Hogue, Ed.D. Assistant Dean of Men Thomas Hood, A.M. Assistant Director, Student Union Harvey Ideus, Ed.D. Associate Professor Director of Placement Eleanor Kennedy CMrs.j, B.S. Faculty Assistant Information Services Robert McMahon, M.D. Associate Professor University Physician Associate Professor Instructor Special Services ,J ' ff' ' .sf " ' tvq,-f ,wilt tm- ,lfe 4 S ,Q Earle D. Munns, Ed.D. Assistant Professor Student Personnel Judith Pinkston CMrs. Faculty Assistant Student Activities D Special Services iii' . Wffimm- , RW - Grace Smith CMrs.j, B.S.M.T. Donald Staats, M.S. Donald Strand M S Faculty Assistant Instructor Instructor Health Center Assistant Dean of Men Director, Student Union June Tenckhoff, B.S. Instructor Assistant Dean of Women Marjorie Von Arx CMrs.J, B.S. Director, Student Health Center Q Glenn Comeau, B.S. Faculty Assistant Speech William Dixon, M.A. Instructor Speech Robert Frederick, M.A. Associate Professor Speech F A, avr ii: ' be ,. Y? s Speech Charles Haas, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Speech Marion Miller fMrs.D, M.A. ni J in if z-w , S Al N Li,-' ,. ki r L ,-i' ' l' . ' L '-"- QM in f 1 I at if N, N ., 'Z . 1 ,,gAQ.f4.s, ,E f ,, i,5i,42n,1 Mei iff- ,'.4i,, - , age., ik ' "F ful "1 'i. . - ,' 17, 21i"i.fa4 ' - 'I Wal! af ff' Q f if ffm-r uf , w .r - MW iwib w .1 - I a iff.-AS ,3"ff.'-' f- 1 - im Instructor Speech Donald Pfaff, A.M. Instructor Speech Theodora Richter CMrs.j, B.A. Instructor Speech 4:-if Speech Jack Starr, M.A. Instructor Speech Marie Toland QMrs.l, Ph.D. Professor Speech M - 1, , f - ww- V - 1 M - ,4 eff- . ' ' xi R ' A '- Dr. Toland and Mr. Frederick as Queen Elizabeth and Lord Es- sex in "Elizabeth the Queenf' Dr. Marie Toland, teacher, actress, and direc- tor, is retiring this year after 29 years of service to La Crosse State University. Dr. Toland re- ceived her B.S. from Ottawa University where she majored in biological science with a minor in English and dramatics. After spending summers at Colorado University and attending Kansas State Teachers College and the University of Iowa, she received her master's in dramatic art and clinical psychology. The University of Iowa granted Dr. Toland her doctorate of philosophy. While a member of the La Crosse faculty, Dr. Toland directed 54- plays. She will be remembered well for her great ability to communicate on the stage, behind the scenes, or in the classroom. Sharon Tracy, M.A. Helen Vitale, fMrs.j, B.S. Thomas Wirkus, Ph.D. Insgructgr Faculty Assistant Associate Professor Speech Speech Speech ,ff We Depart , L E H q w. to discover awaiting 0lbp0rtunz'tz'es,' ye .mein if igimiigl iii 2 X ELO Unfinzkhed work, unatzfainea' dreams, a favorite prwssor, We'!! Come Back . . . Balfanz, Jane 54 Organizations Index Alpha Kappa Lambda 99 Alpha Omicron Pi 93 Alpha Phi 94 Alpha Phi Omega 105 Alpha Psi Omega 109 Alpha Xi Delta 95 Associated Women Students 89 Band 152-153 Baseball 170-171 Basketball 74-77 Beta Sigma Chi 100 Biology Club 129 Campus Controls Council 88 Campus Vets 106 Cana Club 118 Catalina Club 142 Cheerleaders 143 Christian Bible Study 119 Circle K 107 Coulee Trekkers 144 Cross Country 30-31 Debate 130 Delta Psi Kappa 110 Delta Sigma Phi 101 Delta Zeta 96 Elementary Club 131 Eta Phi Alpha 111 A Aavang, Glennis 36 ABEL, PAULINE 216 Abraham, Barbara 139 Abrahams, Charlotte 34 Abrahamson, Effie 34,128 Adams, Diane 40,124,153 Adams,jim 33,99 Adams, Stephen 178 Adams, Tom 50,104,124,131,154 A'Hearn, Pat 36,80 Ahl, Kathy 46 AHLSTROM, ALVIDA 226 Aigner,joe 107,137 Aken, Sandy 41 Albitz, Beverly 55 Albrecht, Pam 41,152,153 Alderman, Debbie 41 Alderson, Nancy 34,153 Aldrich,xIon 53 Aldrich, Joseph 38 Aldrich, Nancy 43,96 Alfus Allen Allen Allen, Aller, ,Mary 108,110,122,134 ,Carla 55 Jerry 37 Ron 55 Dennis 33 ALLNESS, AIDA CMrs.D 224 Almos, Dennis 54 Alperstett, Carol 34 Alt, Arlene 47,153 ALTHAUS, CLARENCE 237 ALTMAN, BURTON 218 Amundsen, Daniel 178 Anderl,Jeanette 35 Faculty Field Hockey Club Fledgling Football Golf Gymnastics Humanists Interfraternity Council International Student Organization Inter-Religious Council Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Intramurals Kappa Delta Pi L-Bar-X L-Club 1966 La Crosse La Crosse Board of Women Ofhcials La Crosse State Officials Lutheran Campus Center Newman Club Orchesis Organizations Panhellenic Council Phi Epsilon Kappa 202-240 145 125 26-29 175 81 132 98 133 117 120 82-83 126- 122- 84- 112 147 146 127 134 135 121 123 148 155 92 113 Phi Sigma Epsilon 102 Physical Education Majors 136 Pom-Pom Girls 149 Racquet 128 Ratom 114 Recreation Majors 137 Seniors 176-201 Sigma Delta Pi 115 Sigma Tau Gamma 103 Sociology Club 138 Student Union Committees 90-91 Swimming 80 Tau Kappa Epsilon 104 Tennis 174 Track 172-173 Tumbling Club 150 Underclassmen 32-55 United Campus Ministry 124 University Singers 154-155 Wivettes 139 Women's Recreation Association 151 Women's Service Organization 108 Wrestling 78-79 Y-Dems 140 Y-GOP 141 Faculty and Student Index Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Barb 35 Cary 81 Charlotte 34,153 Ellen 123,141,178 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, ,Judy 34 , Kay 47,142 , Myra 35 ANDERSON, ORLIN 212 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson , Pat D. 54 , Pat L. 46 Pat R. 42,137,153 Anderson. ,Sandy 47,137 ,Tekla 46,153 Anderson, William 36 Andre, Paulette 46,122 Andress, Paulette 43,124 Andrew,joy 42,124,126,140,153 ANTOFF, NOEL CMrs.j 216 Antonneau, Thomas 45,122 Antoniak, Ed 54 Appel, Marie 35,120 Apple, Carol 46 Apted, David 133,141 Apted, Peter 133,141 Archbald, Dianne 41,153 Arentz, Sue 53 Arkin, Dennis 26,172 Armagost, Carol 153 Armata, Diane 47,122 Arms, Bobbiejean 53 ARORA, MANMOHAN 231 Asher, Ron 105 Asselin, Phyllis 34,122,143 Augustine, Ron 119 243 B Babcock, David 44 Babl, Aaron 45 Bacun, Sue 50 BADRAN, RAGA 214 Bahan, Patricia 178 Bahr, Mike 100,105 Bain, Marilyn 40 BAIRD, BEATRICE 220 Baka, Bruce 39,81 Bakerulim 174 Baker, Robert 44,153 Bales, Bonnie 22,43 Ballard, Richard 36 Balliet, Robert 50 Ballin, Louis 54 Balmer, Fritz 137 Balousek, Sharon 46 Balz, Ellen 17,93,137 Bambroughujim 104,146 Barenthin, Peggy 162 Barina,Jean 46,122 Barker, Bob 102 BARNEBY, MERRILL 231 Barnes, Connie 41 Barnowsky, Sharon 46 Barrett, Dan 38 Bartels, Bill 53 Barth, Dan 36 Bartlettuloan 88 Bartlett, Mary Jane 34 Bartlett, Roger 45 Bartusch, Marian 124 BATCHELDER, ROBERT 220 Batchelder, Tari 95,148,178 Bauer, Mary 137,178 Bauman, john 39 Baumgartenujames 38,81 Baumgartner, Chris 35 Baumgartner,jim 44 Bausman, Sue Ann 40 Bautch, Dave 36 Baylor, Roger 146 Beahm, Roger 53,105,137 Beamer, Bonnie 40,91,145 Bear, Warren 26,37 Beaster, Bethani 178 Beaver, Anna 41 Beaver, David 53,123 Beaver, Nola 35 Beaver, Wilfred 33 Becherer, JoAnne 40 Beck, Kenneth 106,178 BECK, RICHARD 210 Becker, Barbara 96,112,131 Becker, jerry 54 Becker, Linda 41,153 Beebe, Sue 137 Behling, Kathleen 43,9O,96,123,149 Behm, Pat 33 Behrens, Cheryl 95,178 Beiderwieden, Mary 95,178 Beiler, Georgiana 123 Beimel, Linda 153 Beischer, Bob 36 Belasic, Sally 43 Belden, Lyn 34 Bell, Barbara 96,133,162,178 Bell, Lila Lu 35 Bendlin, Gary 91 Benedict, Linda 34 Benedict, Mike 44 Benke, Linda 35 Benrud, Mike 54 BensField,jerry 112 Benson, Robert 100,105 Bentzulohii 153 Bentz, Peter 104,107 Bentzien, Sally 142 Benzing, Paul 45 Beranek, Dave 100 Berendes, Betty 40 Berg, Dennis 44,78 Bergulames B. 53 Berg,james L. 120 Bergkjohn 178 Berg,Judy 139 Berg, Marjorie 140 Bergelin, Sandra 41,153 Berger, Sue 47,94 Berghoeffer, Raymond 53 Bergren, Linda 43,95 Berken,Joan 42,153 Bernard, Zachary 36 Berndtmlack 52 Beronja, Mike 37,135 Berry, Margaret 46,124 Besner, Pat 42,134,145,151 Bessac, Mary 35,130,153 Betsinger, Thomas 51 Betthauser,jerry 153 Betts, Berthanna 34 Betz, Al 153 Betzle, Tim 45,153 Bey, Myron 52,121 Bicha,Jane 54 Biernick, Tom 144 Biesiadecki, Marvin 44 Biggerstaff, Forest 153 Bimmerle,Judy 34 Binder, Barb 35,122,'126,144 Binsfeldulerome 178 BIRCHER, ALLEN 224 Bird,jim 44 BIRDSALL, WILLIAM 230 Birdsey, Steven 45 Birkholz,xIudy 46,111 Birkinbinehjohn 52 Birnbaum,Jim 55,78,130 Bishop, Brenda 40,153 Bishop, Bruce 153 Bishop, Cheryl 41 Bishop, Sue 42 Bishop, Wayne 44 Bjorge, Connie 54 Bjorge, Marilyn 46,153 Blackburn, Barbara 95,110,178 Blackmore,jean 139 BLADE, RICHARD 233 Blaha, Gerald 99 Blahut, Sandra 52,117,120 Blatchley, jill 41 Block, Barbara 43,95,143 Bloedel, Bob 37 Blomquist, Gary 38 Blood, Bill 37 Bloom, Elizabeth 47 BLOOM, MARYJANE 226 Board, Karen 43,96,110,134,142 Bodoh, Dennis 104 Boebel, Connie 43,122,147,149 Boeck, Dan 52 Boederuludy17,90,95,112,128 Boehm, Rich 36 Boese, Dorene 148,178 Bohlmann, Wayne 36,80 Bohn, Bob 44 Boland, Tom 44,122 Bolen, Trudy 93,112,129,162,178 Bolgrien,jim 37 Bolstad, Oscar 36 Bomkamp, Dan 36,153 Bond, Betsy 41 Bonham, Mary Lynn 35 Bonsack, Gerald 53,91 ,107,141,153 Borns, Lorna 179 Bootz, Wendy 46 Borowicz, David 99 Borreson, Tom 33 Borseth Gerald 179 Bosshardt, Rita 40 Bothellklanet 41 Bourdage, Gene 45 Bourne, Phyllis 108,179 Bouzek, Mike 44,100 Bowers, Dennis 102 Bowers, Maribeth 91,94 Boyer, Bonnie 112 Braaten, Ron 38 Bracco, Don 111,112 244 Bradford, Bill 111 Bradley, Jim 44 Bradyhjames 179 Brady,Jill 34,130 Braemer, Mike 36 Brandauuludy 108,179 Brandt Dave 50 Brandt, ,Doug 121,154 ,jean 118,131,139 Brandt Brandt, Tim 118 Brasch, Len 102 BRAULT, ORVILLE 220 Braun, Pat 45 Braunerhlohn 124,162 Braunstein, Poppy 46 Braza, Gerald 30,122,146,172,179 Brechler, Christine 136,179 Brecka, Marilyn 50 Breeser, Barbara 35 Brehm, Mary 42 Breidenbach, Dennis 36,81,122 Breitenfield, F. Richard 52 Brekken, Barbara 151,179 Brendle, Lynn 53,96 Breneman, Bill 45 Breum, Charlotte 55,133 Briggs, Gerald 106 Briggs, Ronald 179 Brinkmanulean 54 Brinkman, Larry 38 Brock, Don 102 Brocklehurst, Ron 54 Brogan, Susan 47,142 Bromiley, Diane 55 Bronson, Barbara 54,153 Brown, Carol 50 BROWNMIAMES 220 Brown, Peter 78 Brown, Terry 175 Brown, Tom 37 Brownell, Lorelle 179 Brownlee, Joy 47 Brozek, Ruth 41 Brudlos, Steve 105 Brueggeman, Bob 137 Bruett, Bob 75,99,137,154 Bruner, Marjorie 179 Bruno, Wayne 78,102,179 Brux,janet 34,122 Bubolz, Jean 136,145,151 Buchegernludi 34,122 Buchell,Joy 95 Buchmiller, Janie 95 Buckleyulean 93,179 Buehl, Candy 43,93 Bugenhagen, Paul 102 Buhr, Tom 39 BULDHAUPT, LAVERNE 212 Bunker, Cindy 35,144 Buornat, Gary 38 Bur, Sue 41 Burand, Keith 50 Burcum, Nancy 179 Burd, Kathy 34 Burdick, Bob 38 Burgireno, Chuck 104 Burgmaier, Bob 100 Burke, Mary 54,122 Burkhalter, Sheryl 50,91 Burlingame, Mick 26,38 BURMAN, RONALD 226 Burnick, Robert 44 Burns, Lorna 118 Burns, Peter 50 Burris, Marty 47,64,149 Burton, Dennis 52,172 Burton,Jim 101 Busby, Twig 38 Busch, Cheryl 40 Bush, Robert 54 Busse, Tom 37,99,172 Butler, Mike 102 Button, Larry 54 Byerly, Tom 5O,123,137,147,154,155 Byers, Ronald 45,75,99,179 Byrkit, William 99 C Cade, Reisa 40 Cados, Dimitry 133 Caesar, William 102,180 Cain,John 45,123 Calcandy, Pat 42 Caldwell, Cindy 47 Campbell, Cathy 35,122 CAMPBELL, CLOYCE 215 Campbell, Linda 42,91 Campbell, Mary Ann 35,122 Cantlon, Bridget 122 Capaul, Irwin 54 Caravello, Phil 38 Carl, Kay 180 Carlson, Denise 47 Carlson, Ginger 41 Carlson, Kathy 34 CARLSSON, EDWARD 208 CARLSSON, MAVIS CMrs.D 226 Carpenter, Harry 175 Carpenter, Robert 37 Carroll, Tom 26 Carter, Rosaline 112,180 CARTER, FRANCIS 220 Carter, Russ 52,154 CARTWRIGHT, EDITH 208 Casati, Pat 40 Caspersen, Erik 180 Cassel, Cheri 40 Cassidy, Bob 130 Castle, Sally 96 Cervenka, Ron 45,123 Chamberlain, Tom 37 Channing, Rosanne 153 Charles, Nick 153 Chattman, Vaughn 26 CHEW, MARGARET 219 Chilson, Mike 38 Chitwood, Sharon 43,96,15?m Cholke, Mary 34 Chotoff, Rellie 50 Christen, Ruth 54 Christensen, Connie 41, Christensen,Jim 102 CHRISTENSEN, RONALD 231 Christensen, Sharon 34 Christenson, Linda 54 Christian, John 44,90,137 Christiansen, Dave 170 Christianson, Diana 34 Christianson, Linda 54 Christl, Cliff 37 Chritton, Jim 44 Cibrario, Daniel 180 Cipra, Teresa 47 CLACK, MAUREE QMrs.J 216 Clark, Joanne 47,134 Clark, Mike 36 Clark, Nadine 54 CLASSEN, HAROLD 219 Clementi, Joseph 53 Clements, Cathy 144 Clements, Douglas 36 Clements, Jane 34 Clements, John 180 CLEVELAND,JOHN 235 Clough, Raymond 44 Clutter,Judi 34 Coady, Richard 100,141 Coates, Jackie 35,124,153 Cobean, Janice 35 Coleman, Kay 40 Coley,Jane 46,124 Collar, Bill 26,44,177 Colletti,Judy 42,91 Collins, William 99,180 COMEAU, GLENN 239 Connaughton,Jack 53,101 ,123,137,147 Connell, Pat 46 Connell, Prentice 180 Connery, Kate 47,123,131 CONNIFF, CHARLES 231 Connolly, Edna 34 Connors, Sheila 42 Connors, Vick 44 Conrad, Bob 55,126 Conrad, Diane 40 Conrad, Margaret 55,126 Conradt, Marshal 39 Constalie, Bruce 54 Cook, Bob 37 Cook, Carol 154,155 Coonan, Sharon 35 Cooper, Melissa 52,138 Copeland, Mary 41 Corcoran, Richard 170 Correa,Jose 122,133,154 Cotton, Lois 134,142,l45,l48,151,1 Coughlin, James 104 Coughlin, Nancy 95 Counselman, Beth 40 Coutley, Jim 172 COWLEY, MILFORD 214 Cox,Jeannie 110,112,153 Cox,Judy 46,150 CRAIL, CATHERINE QMrs.j 230 Crary, Carolyn 43 CREMER, SALLY QMrs.J 235 Cretens, Ed 26 Crews, Shirley 54 Crnkovich, Mark 45 Crook, Claudette 110,180 Crooks, Connie 42 Cross, James 50,102 80 Cross, Mike 50,105,111,123,129,146,172 Crothers, Leriore 54 245 Crowell, Liz 43,122,137 Crum, Roger 53,88,105,121,137,154 Cruson, Nancy 40,124 Cudek, Christine 46,117,122,131 Cuellar, Steve 55 Cullen, Charles 44,153 Cullen, Terry 40 CULVER,JERRY 219 Cunningham,Judy 50,96,119,138 Curran, Bill 36 Currie, Karen 133 Curtis, David 104 Curtis,Jack 30,44 CUSHMAN, MORTIMER 226 Cuta, Paul 122,180 D Daczyk, Diane 35 Dagnon, Ellen 41,123 Dahl, Warren 45 DAHLER, CARLIN 233 Dahlk, Sharon 40 Dahms, Barbara 45 Dalesandro, Laura 35 Dallman, Don 37,99 Dammen, Robert 37 Damon, Darryle 65,88,90,91,93,180 Danke, Loren 104 Danner, Cheryl 34 Dauphin,Joan 55,154 Davidson, Marguerite 55 DAVIES, FREDERICK 224 DAVIS, DONALD 218 Davis,Jack D. 99,180 Davis,Jack N. 37 Davis, Ron 38 Davis, William 51,98 Dawdy, Dick 36 Dawkins, Curt 38 Dean, Don 38 DEBOWER, ALICE 220 DeBruler, Joyce 40 DeCicco, Dusty 45 Decorah, Parmenton 36 Dee, Charles 54 Degenhardt, Arney 170 DeGrave, Orlando 102 DeHate, Glenda 41 DeJong,Judy 47,95,153 DeKeyser, Dolly 34,121 ,141,153 Delikoski, Hank 16,17,64,93,143,150 DeLong, Florence 43 Dempsey, Jo Ann 46 Demske, Mike 37 Denniston, Neil 153 Denniston, Noel 153,180 Denzer, David 38 DePaola, Dennis 37 De Porter, Diana 40 Deppeler, Kate 93 Derkez, James 33,137 Derks, Sandra 53 Dettmann,Judith 180 Dettwiler, Phil 37 DEVOLL, CLIFTON 220 DEVOLL, DIANE fMrs.D 220 Dickinson, Nancy 46,96 Dimond, Don 37,102 Disbrow, Jack 33 DISER, PHILLIP 226 Disrude, Tom 36 Ditscheit, Ann 110,114,122,151,1 DIXON, WILLIAM 239 Dobbs, Sharon 153 Dobson,Jim 104 Dobson, Lois 41 Docauer, Randy 39,101 Dodge, Cindy 153 Dodson, Gene 175 Dolata, Sandra 153 Dolbier, Beth 55,126 Dolejsi, Pennie 34 Doleschal, Jan 50,96,134,154,155 Donahue,Jan 134 Donahue, John 44 Donahue, Terry 34 Donatell,John 38 Donnelly, Michael 33 Donner, Kathy 41 Donnermeyer, Mary 132 Doo1ey,John 36,122 Dooley, Tom 36 Dorff, Stanley 33,91 ,99,147,181 Douglas, Nanci 96 Dowd, Gary 146 Dowd, Larry 80 Dowell, Linda 54 Downie, Alice 138,181 Downing, Mary 55,144,153 Doyle, George 36,122 Doyle, Joe 45 Draeger, Mary 40,153 Drecktrah, Louis 44 Dregne, Dave 53 Dregne, Duane 45 Dregne, Kara 43 Dresang, Gary 122 Drew, Douglas 103,181 Drew, Larry 38 Drews, Barb 43,94 Dreyer, Warren 54,106 Drezana, Gary 172 Drinkwater, Linda 43,93 Drinnan, Kathy 43 Droege, Jeanette 43,96 Droegkamp, Susan 34 Dryer, Janet 43 Duba, Norb 39,78 Du Charme, Kathy 46 Dudley, Elaine 41 Duerkop,Jim 153 Dummer, Kathy 54 Duncan, Linda 151,181 Duncan, Susan 35 Dunn, Barbara 41 Dunn, Daniel 44 Duren, Ed 170 Durnford, Dick 45 77,180 Dustman, Herman 37,66,88,113,177,181 Dutton, Bonita 42 Dvorak, Darrell 26 Dvorak, Kathleen 40 Dwyer, Karen 50,93,131 Dwyer, Mary 42 Dyre, Margie 34 E Ebben, Joyce 40 Eberhart, Melody 42 Ebner, Jerry 54 Edman, Lolee 34,121 Edwards,John 39,105,137,144 Effertz, Katherine 148,181 Ehler, Dan 146,172 Einzig, Adrianne 46 Ek, Susan 35 Ekern, Art 104,172 Elbe, Neil 170 Elder, Glenn 81 Eliason, Ruth 43 Ellefson, Arvid 50,121 Ellefson, Larry 91 E1liot,Jude 26,39 Elliot, Kathy 40 Ellis,Jane 124 Ellison,John 121 ELMGREN, CHLOE 215 Elstad, Mary 93,131,181 Emer,Joe 36 Emery, Betty 43,96,131 Emery, Helen 89,110,114,145,151, Emery, Nancy 46,153 Enderle, Yvonne 50,122 Endries, Karen 41 Engebertson, Susan 35 Engle, Brian 33 Engsberg, Mary 94,147 Erdman,Judith 89,111,138,181 Erickson, Gary 102 Erickson, Harold 50,115,162 ERICKSON,JAMES 208 Erickson, Melissa 43,120,153,154 Erickson, Paul 104 Erickson, Ronald 181 Erickson, Sandy 124,144 Eriksen, Judy 40,144 Ersepke, Carol 42 Eslinger, Roger 98,137 Esquilin, Luis 104,133 Esslinger, Patty 42 ESTES, WILLIAM 232 Eswein,Jerry 39 Eswein, Ralph 170 Evans, Cheryl 34 EVANS, RUSSEL 230 Evenson, Marcia 40,123,153 Evenstad, John 44 Evert,Jean 136,145,151 F Faas, David 37 Fagan,John 102,137,157 Fagan, Mary 34 Fahning, Richard 75,99,181 Fahrenholz, Dick 44 Fainman,Joel 39 Fair, Bill 36 Fairbanks, Virginia 129,151,181 Fait, Pam 40,145 Falaschi, Rocky 26 Falbe, Diane 41 Falkner, Bonnie 42,131 Falkner, Ronald 36 246 177,181 FALLIS, LAURENCE 224 Farnsworth, Jan 40,95,131 Fass, Donald 181 Faulkner, Ron 78 Fauske, Mary 117,121,181 Favor, Barry 106 Fay,Joyce 42,108,124 FELCH, WILLIAM 233 Felker, Al 38 Felker, Kenneth 112,135,177,181 Felton, Bev 43 Fenner, Judith 43,96 Fenney, Carol 34,142,182 Ferguson, Vickie 41 Fibeger, Fred 91,105,121 ,137,177,182 Fiet, Roberta 43,89 Finger, Mary 46 Finley,Jack 132 Finn,Jim 53,105,130 Finucan, Diane 40 Finucan, Donna 40 First, Don 105 Fischer, Cheryl 42,88,122,149 Fischer, Ron 45,122 Fisher, Kay 89,94,110 Fisher, Theron 137,182 Fitzgerald, Dennis 99,182 Fitzpatrick,Jon 53 Fitzpatrick, Thomas 105,182 FLAHERTY, LORRAINE QMrs.J 226 Flanagan, Mike 53,75,101,123,147 Flath, Susie 42 Flayter, Richard 50 Fleischman, Carl 104 Fleming, Pat 104,146 Fletcher, Cherylyn 46 Flickinger, Theo 46,154 FLOYD, WILLIAM 221 Flume, Chuck 54 Flynn, Dick 91,137 Flynn, Karen 95,149 Folck, Robert 153 Foley, Dan 53 Folger,Jim 98,102 Folgers, Betty 108,112,123 Fopiano, Ed 39 Forsythe, Don 36 Foss, Dick 36,105 Foster, Brian 53 Foster, Gilbert 52,133 Fouske, Mary 182 Fouts, Bob 39 Fox, Gay 112,182 Fox, Kris 46 Fox, Sandy 52 Francksen, Ingrid 50 Franklin, Lynda 46 Fransen, Dan 39 Franzen, Sue 47 Fraser, Sandra 47 Frawley, Ed 37 Frazier, Bernard 182 Freagon, Bob 99,137 Frederick, Nancy 112 FREDERICK, ROBERT 239 FREDRICKS, HOWARD 218 Freeman, Allan 78,113,146,182 Frei, Dick 37,122 ,Freidel, Vicki 137 Freisinger, Peter 55 French, Donna 153 Frey, Bill 53,101 Frick, Betty 182 Friday, Bonita 34 Friday, Carol 151,182 Friedel, Gary 182 Friedlhjim 45 Friedman,Jay 45 Friell, Lee 39 Frisbie, David 90,91 ,l05,1 12,162,182 Frisch, Larry 102 Fronk, Mary 110,122,136,182 Frydenlundujane 42 Fuchsteiner, Barbara 54,122 Fuller, Cherry 131 Fuller, Linda 131,182 Funnell, Barbara 35 Fyksen, Marjean 117,119,138 G Gabrielson, Bradley 38 Gagermeier, Sue 131 Gahan, Delores 182 Gall,,jeH'37 Gallager, Jim 53 Gallagher, Maurice 38 Gamber, Barb 47,134,136,142,151 Gardiner, Gary 26,172 Garriott, Carolyn 35,148 Garsombke, Tom 38 Gasper,Joseph 37 Gassen, Reginald 183 GATES, SAMUEL 206 Gates, Sandra 183 Gautsch, Anthony 104,183 GAUTSCH, FLOYD 221 Gautsch, William 52 Gay, Kathryn 53,108,123 Gayeske, Carol 40 Gehm, Victor 50 Geise, George 36 Harcey, Geissnenjames 90,99,183 Gelhaus, jane 46,154 Gengler, Fay 42,122 Gentile, Diana 42,122 Gentile, Susan 110 Genz, Vona 43,108 George, Bill 54 Georgeson, Linda 46 Geracie, Rick 45 Gerhardt, Roger 44 Gernetzke, Gary 45 GERSHON, ERNEST 221 Gersmehl, Carol 43 Getsinger, Vic 172 Gianoliujames 132,183 Gianoli, Richard 123 Gibson, Robert 183 Gilbertson, W. Peter 183 GILKEY, GEORGE 224 GILKEY, HELEN CMrs.J 226 Gilles, Beverly 55 Gilles, Patsy 53,96,123 Gillingham, Larry 38 Gilmore, Beau 39 Ginskey, Marge 111 Giraldi, Fred 39 GLASEL, LEE 227 Glass, Diane 42 Glenna, Leslie 45,153 Glish, Sally 112,183 Glissendorf, Curt 106 Glover,jefI124,132 Glubka, Camille 96,115,133,183 Goede, Steven 45 Goehrs, Carolyn 34 Goll,jeff 39 Gonyohjean 95 Gonzalez, Sonia 122,133,147 Goodman, Betty 112 Goodrich, Lynn 43 GOODWIN, LANE 221 GORREL, WAYNE 221 Gorski, Chris 26,38 Gorski, Dennis 45 Gossens, Mary 46 Gottbeheut, Linda 46,127,131 Goudreau, Gary 44 Gouldin, Sharon 54 Gourley, Margaret 35,120 GOWLLAND, BOB 218 Grabow, Susan 41 Grady, Larry 39 Graf, Dale 102 Graf,Jerry 102 Graf, Reginald 183 GRAFF, MAURICE 208 Grainger, Mike 38 Grangaard, Ellen 131 GRANGER, MARION 218 Granger, Paul 132,138 Grant, Margaret 43,122 Grasse, Bob 137 Grassman, Doris 183 Grassman, jack 38 Gratke, Edith 46,153 Graves, Michele 50,122 Gray,j. Robert 103,174,183 Green, Donald 124,183 Green, Roger 36,124,137 Green, Sharon 34,154 GREENE, LORA 216 Greenheck, Kathleen 183 Greenup, jim 44,154,155 Greinke, Neil 50,78,146 GRESSETH, DALE 230 Greve, Ronald 112,183 Grey, Betty 35,124 Grieger, Dick 107,141 Griese, Bill 107,137 Griflin, Kerry 36,122 Griflis, Denny 38 GRIMSLID, GALE 208 Grom, Gary 104 Gronski, Bob 98,102 Gros, Diana 40 Grosch, Evelyn 42 Grosch,jim 26 Grunwald, Mary 47 Gryphan, Gloria 95,184 Gschwind, Charles 129,141,184 247 Guberud, Alden 184 Guberud, Elizabeth 184 Guertler, Margaret 184 Guibord, Paul 54 Guinn, Fred 45 Guldhjohn 37 Gundersen, Marla 40 Gunderson, Kennlyn 35 GUNNING, RJ. 208 GUNNING, VELMA QMrs.J 237 GURIANNIAY 227 Gust, Bryan 54,130 Gust, Pam 50 Gutknecht, Gayl 89,93,184 Gutman, Dennis 44 H Haag,John 54 HAAS, CHARLES 239 HAAS, SHIRLEY CMrs.D 237 Hach, Daniel 184 Hackner,joan 55,122 Haebig,jeFf112,113.146,177 Haesehlohn 26 Hafs, Helen 54 Hagaman, Cheryl 42 HAGAR, ALICE 230 Hagerman, Topper 45,80,105,146 Haggerty, Rance 37 Hahn,Jane 42,145 Hakomaki, Sandy 41,153 Halbach, Mary 40,144 Halberg, Susan 51,124 Hall, Wayne 50,121 Halmrast, Vernon 184 Halverson, Kay 55 Halverson, M. Lynn 124,132,184 Halvorsen, David 137,184 Hamburg, Gary 36 Hamilton, Dennis 117,132,184 Hamm, Gary 99,184 HAMMES, MARIAN 217 Hanifl, Ellen 184 Hansbery, Arda 46,122 Hansel, cindy 41 Hansen, Donna 41 Hansen, Genevieve 184 Hansen, janet 95,149 Hansen Hansen Hanson Hanson Hanson , Judy 139 Linda 43,93 , Carol 131 , Don 53 ,Jayne 184 Hanson,jim 111 Hanson, Kristen 40 Hanson, Ron A. 102 Hanson, Ronald K. 184 Hanson, Rosanne 52,131 Hanson, Tom 90 Happel, Doug 38,121 Karen 1 85 Harding, Helen 94,138,185 Hardy, Larry 30,52 Hardt, Gary 38 Hardtke, Terry 45 Hare, Barbara 40 Harmel, Bob 44 Harms, John 37 Harnish, Harry 153 Harpold, Ramona 35 Harreid, Olin 75,104 Harrigan, Karen 41 Harris, Bill 105 Harris, Sue 43,143 Harrod, William 44 Hart, Mary 55 Hart, Rita 41 HARTIG, EDWARD 227 HARTLEY, RICHARD 212 Hartman, Cheryl 93 Hartrick, Rick 39 Hartsough,Judy 141 Harwell, Lee 39,88,144 Harwick, Wesley 54 Hartzheim,James 102,185 Hass, Nancy 94 Hastings, Charles 54,140,153 Haugen, Donna 50,112,120 Haugh, Roger 38,153 Havill, Hollis 185 Hawkins, Ella 112 Hawkins, Rick 53 Hayes, Kathy 111 HAYES, TRUMAN 232 Hayhurst, Carol 42,88,93 Haymann, SallyJo 94,110,112,114,177,185 HEBBERD, MARY CMrs.j 227 Heck, Martha 185 Hedgecock, Dennis 36 Hehenberger, Don 53 Heider, Carolyn 185 HEIDER, DOROTHY 217 Heindel,JoAnn 42 Heinecke, Dave 26,99,172 Heinke, Dennis 54 Heinonen, Barbara 94,110,137,139,149 Heinrich, Barbara 41,123 Heinz, Karol 185 Heisler,Jefl' 39,153 Heitzman, Barbara 43 Hellberg, Dennis 39 Hendricks, Sue 42,117,124,144,153,154 Henke, Russel 45 Hennig, Margo 41 Herda, Ray 36 Hermann, Cheryl 94,185 Herold, Linda 40 Herried, Barbara 96,133,138,162,185 Herring, Jan 42 Herzog, Don 37,107,112 Herzog, Wayne 53,101 Hetzel, Joe 37 Hetzel, John 38 Heuser, Jackie 47,89,128 Hewish, Nancy 46,145 Hibicke, Dwight 122 Hickey, Elizabeth 55 Hickey, Sue 93,142,185 Hicks, Terry 36 Higgins, Skip 102 Hildebrandt,Jim 54 Hilgers, Gerry 38 Hill, Greg 38 Hill, Katherine 185 Hilleshiem, Donna 112 Hillig, Pauline 40 Hilt, Kay 137,142 Hilvers, Norma 42,136 HIMMEL, CLARK 235 Hinz,Judy 34 Hiser, Betty 47 HOCKER, MARGARET 230 Hodson, Donna 55 Hoeft, Dick 44,103,144 Hoeft, Elaine 185 Hoeft, Gloria 137 Hoeppner, Barb 132,137 Hoesly, Holly 47,149 Hofer, Lynn 123,140 Hoff, Annette 35,153 Hoff, Steven 103,112,121,135,177,185 Hoffland, Mary Ellen 34 Hoffland, Sharon 94,185 Hoffmann, Ray 45 Hofschild, Sharon 42 HOGUE, DAVID 237 Hogue, David 105 Hohler, Charlene 46 Holbach, Lyle 38 Holcomb, Dave 37 HOLDER, THEDA CMrs.J 218 HOLDER, VIRGIL 219 Hollman, Donnette 42,126,153 Holly, Colleen 42,131 Holmes, Robert 37 Holtze,Janice 46,96,121 Holz, Connie 186 Holz, Kathy 41 Homan, Paul 132 HOOD, THOMAS 237 Hooker, Elaine 40 Horff, Stan 137 Horn, Charlene 34 Hornby,Jim 36,147,153 Horning, Suzi 40,144 Horski, Sue 40 Hough, David 33,104 Hovind, Neil 100,186 Howard, Shirlene 186 Howell, Lynn 47,153 Howland, Cindy 34,88,127,153 Howland,Jane 47,108 Hoyme,J0n 121 Hubbard, Robert 36,154 Hudson, Don 125,128 Hulferek, Charles 138 Huggett, Doug 129 HUGHES, EARL 23.3 HUGHES, WILLIAM 224 Hulbert, Carlynn 89,93,186 Humphrey, Gloria 46 Hundt, Linda 93,186 Hundt, Lois 138 Huntington, Lynn 35 Huntzicker, Lucy 35 Hupfer, George 102,186 Hurlburt, Wesley 50,124 HURST, CHARLES 236 Huse, Gale 93,148 Huseby,Jeanne 43,95 Hutchen, Kay 186 Hutcheon, Bruce 37,172 Hutchinson, Gloria 47,149 248 Hutchinson, Linda 111 Hutchison, Sue 46,153 Huttenburg, Julie 43,94 HYDE, WILLIAM 227 I IDEUS, HARVEY 237 lhne, Linda 35,124 Illian, Barb 34 Infelise, Tom 33 Ingli, B. W. 105 Ingwell, Vicki 40 Inman, Virginia 35 Irwin, Mary 35,122 Irwin, Morris 50,104 Ishmael, Sue 95 Iverson, Don 175 Iverson, Marvin 186 J Jablonski, Greg 55 Jach, Jeannie 40,147 Jackson, Al 54 JACKSON, ROBERT 235 Jackson, Sandy 42 Jackson, Sharon 34 Jacobs, Darrel 53,137 Jacobs, Donna 41 Jacobs, Karen 91,137,142 Jacobson, Mary 40 Jacobson, Tom 44,153 Jacobson, Wayne 38,75,88,101,112,135 Jacobus,Judith 138,186 James,Jeff 54,153 Janda, Mary 42,131 Janecky, Emily 153 Janke, Donna 42,90,124 Janke, Gail 41 Jankowski, Mike 37 Jannusch, Margaret 136,147,148,150 Januscheske,Jack 102 Janzen, Barb 54 Jarchow, James 26,44 Jarchow,Joan 95 Jarosh,Joe 99,135,146,174 Jarvis, Nancy 46 Jefferies, Greg 33 JENKINS, DAVID 225 Jenkins, Martha 34,153 JENKS,JOHN 230 Jenks, Marilyn 54 Jenner, Dan 38,101,135 Jensen, Elinor 52 Jensen, Gordon 33 Jensen, Louise 43,96 Jensen, Melva 117,121,186 Jenson, Donna 186 Jenson, Sam 38 Jermstad, Sharon 42 Jerome, Sue 46,153 Jessesski, Doris 118 Jessesski, John 53,118 Jezwinski, Ronald 39,186 Jinske, Bill 137 Jirschele, Charley 39 Joanis, Dave 55,144,153 Joanis, Tom 53,101,153 Johnann, David 50 Johannes, Adele 42,131 Johannes,Jim 26,104 Johansen, Charlene 43 JOHNSON, ALTA QMrs.J 217 Johnson, Antoinette 54,122 Johnson, Barbara 41 Johnson, Carol 154 Johnson, Charlene 42,121 ,126,153 Johnson, Christine 93 Johnson, Dale 38 Johnson, David 55 Johnson, Don 37 Johnson, Howard 45 Johnson, John 75 Johnson, John 75 Johnson, Judy 42,153 Johnson, Karen 51,94,149 Johnson, Ken R. 37 Johnson, Ken W. 75,186 Johnson, Larry 50,138 Johnson, Mary 42,131 JOHNSON, PAUL 236 Johnson, Phillip 36 Johnson, Richard 45 Johnson, Rick 44,78 Johnson, Robert 153 Johnson, Ron 78 Johnson, Susan 43 JOHNSON, VVILBUR 212 Johnston, Ruthanne 110,186 Jones, Harold 38 Jones,James 36 Jones, Ron 45,154 Jones, Steve 38 Keefe, Sallymae 154 Keehn, Lynn 34,145 Keilholtz, Kathleen 187 Keller, Bob 36,80 Kelly, Connie 154 Kelly, Marjorie 34 Kendall,Jim 100 KENDRICK, DALE 210 KENNEDY, ELEANOR qMrs.p 237 Kennedy, Tom 55 Keppen, Steve 38,153 Kern, Kay 41 Kerrigan, Tom 50,122 Kershasky,Joe 91,137 Kerska, Robert 187 Kersten, Dick 36 Ketchum, Don 91,135,137 Kexel, Jim 44 Kianga, Mbolota 133 Kieckefer, Marilyn 43 Kiesow, Karla 89,95 Killian,Jim 106 Killian, Kay 41,123,153 Killian, Sue 41 Kimpton, Denny 33 King, Pete 128 Kinsey, Patricia 35 Kinyon, Barb 34,51 ,94,149 Kinyon, Betty 34,122 Kirch, Karen 43 KISTNER, CLIFFORD 214 Kjos, Robert 54 Klabunde, Richard 45,78 Klages, Diane 40 Jones, Susan 42,131 Jordan,Judy 34,122,153 Jordie, Allegra 96,186 Jorgensen,Julie153,154 Jors, Ed 186 Jothen, Robert 38 Joy, Donna 34 JUDSON,JOHN 227 Juel, Marty 153 Julsrud, Mark 53 Jumes, Barbara 148,187 Jung, Nancy 42,131 Junge, Glen 44 Jungen,Judy 53 Jurkowski,John 53 K Kaczmarek, John 44 Kading,John 45,91 ,102,146,174,187 Kaepernick, Carol 95,131 ,154,174,187 Kalamen,Jerome 162 Kamasinski,John 33 Kamuchey, Bill 144 KANE, DOUGLAS 221 Kanter, Ronald 44 Karceski, Carolyn 92,94,187 Karceski, Ed 45,81 Karch, Larry 33 Kardin, Merlin 52 Karnopp, Lynn 42 Karpinskc, Verlan 36 Karps, Carol 47,122,134,136,145 Kastenschmidt, Dick 54 Katz, Mark 26 Klapper, Robert 37,154 Kleczewski, Frank 122,187 Klehm,Judy 50,124 Klein, Janice 40 Kleinke, Dick 106 Kleinke, Karen 187 Kleinsasser, JoAnn 154 Klemmer, Mary Ann 46 Kliminski, George 26 Klimke, Dennis 53 Klinzing,Jim 30,113,146,172,187 Klipstein, Joyce 187 Klir, Mary 187 Klug, Karen 46 Klug, Norm 26,99 Klund, Pam 50,93 Klus, Kathy 122 Knabe, Carol 34 Knaide, Calvin 36 KneiH, Tom 54 KNEPPLE, BETH CMrs.J 221 Knoblauch, Margie 96 Knox, Benjie 94 Knox, Richard 100 Knudson, Allan 45,153 Knudson, Christine 52 Knudson, Ron 36 Knudtson, Dan 54 Knutson, Marilyn 42 Knutson, Philayne 35 Knutson, Roger 53 Koch,James 187 Koch, Lois 41 Koehler, Judy 41 249 Koehler, Lyle 132,162 Koenig, Francis 110,150 Koenitzer, Betty 41 Kohlmeier, George 52 Kolbo, Connie 46 Kollath,Jim 100 Komro, Kathleen 34 KONRAD, W. GREY 214 KOPPITCH, RICHARD 227 Korger, Michael 55 Kortbein, Kathy 42,154 Koski, Robert 26,1 12,1 13,146,177,187 Kovalik, Linda 42,151 Kovatovic, Mike 53 Krakora, Nancy 34 Kramer, Barb 34 Kramer, Eve 122,151 Kramer, Marion 112,131,187 Kranpitz, Jim 99 Kranzusch, Hollie 42 Kraska, Charles 55,118 Kraska, Marie 118 Krattiger, Nancy 40,150 Kratzmann, Terry 36 Krause,Jo Ellen 46,153 Kremenski, Pete 53 Kremer, Vick 41 Krhin, Bobbie 46 Kriemelmeyer, MaryJo 50,111 Kriese, Julie 55 Kroeger, Karen 187 Kroner, Mary 54 Kropf, Anita 187 Kruchler, Chuck 45 Krueger, Otto 39 Krugel, Terry 153,154 Krumme, Allen 37 Kruse, Pat 137 Kuehn,John 39 Kuehn, Phillip 104 KUHN, GARY 234 Kuhn, Lindsay 35 Kukuska, Alice 46 Kums, Sylvia 188 Kuthler, Charles 153 Kutzbach, Carole 42 Kuzma, Georgene 35,89 Kwapil, Chuck 39 Kwick, Charles 81,146,188 L Laabs, Gerald 128,188 Lacko,Jim 39,78 LAFKY,JAMES 228 Laing, Sandy 41,150 Lakowske,Judy 34,133 Lamke, Gwen 35 Lamp, Cami 94,151,188 Lanam,Jon 103 Landis, Chuck 45 Lang, Gary 106 Lang, Laurie 35,122 Lange, Barbara 47,124,136 Lange, Cathy 40 Lange,Jeff 102 Lange, Steve 147,170,188 Lange, Susan 41 Langen,Jim100 Larson Larsen Don 100 E. Richard 26,146,170,18? Larsen Larsen Margaret 121 Larsen, Mike 103 Larsen Pete 44 Larson Donna 96,112,115,133,188 Larson, Gerald 38,104,113 Larson, John 135f Larson Karl 38 Larson Margaret 42 Larson Mavis 138,188 Susan 40 Lockwood, Suzi 34 Loken, Richard 153 Lokken, Ron 50 Long, Phillip 39 Loomis, Randy 38 LORD, ADA fMrs.D 228 Lorenz, Barb 41 Lorenz, Cathy 35 Lorenz, Leslie 50,129 Lorenz, Pam 108 Lorenzen, Ann 51 ,1 12,154, Lorenzen, Janice 46 155 Lasch, Glen 45 Lathrop, LeRoy 38,78 Laubenstein, Mary 40 Lauermann, Mike 100 Laursen, Lynn 51,94 Laurent, Tom 122,129,136,188 LAUX, WILLIAM 225 Lawrynk, Pat 34,103,133 Lawton, Kathleen 35 Lawton, Pat 34,133 Laytonulerry 98.104 Leavitt, Bonnie 96,188 Lebakken, Erling 188 Lee, Barbara 95,121,131,188 Losching, Cynthia 55 Lothian, Bonnie 34,88,141 Lotzer, Suan 35 Loughrin, Gene 75,170 Louko,jake112,113,135,188 Lowe, Lowe, Lucas Lucas, Lucht Chloris 39 Mike 52,153 ,Jack 36 Susan 93,189 Tom 26 Lucas, , Neil 33 Ludeman, Anne 46 Ludwig, Donald 102,138,189 Luelloff, Alyerd 189 Lee, Ed 36 LEE, HAMILTON 211 Lee, Harry 55,153 Lee, Robert E. 45 Lee, Robert H. 36 Lee, Ron 153 Le Fevre, Barb 46,108,122,131,144 Lehrke, Rozan 55 Leibfried, Mary 34 Leifer, Pat 34 LEMKEHIUSTIN 218 Lemke, Tom 105,137 LENNON, HELEN QMrs.J 228 Lenz, Carol 43,94 Lenzwlohn 102 Leonard, Ken 44 Leonhart, james 52 Lepsch, Sharon 47,108,112,123 Leren,jill 95 LEROY, ROBERT 209 LESHER, FREDERICK 228 Lester, jane 34 Leurquin, Linda 40 Levy, Carol 43 Levy,jules 104 Levy, Louis 50,104 Lewandowski, Roger 36 Lewis,Jim 39,81 Libersky, Diane 110,151,188 Liebscher, Denny 53,103 Liebscher, Howard 188 Lieder, Gary 52 Lien, Dave 44 Lillie, Neil 52,137 LINDBLAD, RICHARD 234 Lindgren, Scott 30 Lindgren, Terry 65,94,149 Lindquist,xIohn 38 Lingsweiler, Curtis 113,136,188 Linse, Mary 43,96,131 Liske, Dan 45,107 Livangood, Linda 42 Lukas, David 50 Lunde, Gary 37,153,154 Lunde, Kay 189 Luther, Carol 96,123,189 LUTIGER, ELAINE QMrs.b 217 Lutz, Bonnie 35,122,153 Lynn, Ron 39 Lynch, Peggy 34 Lyons, Mariane 42 M MacAulay, Ian 50,105,124,144 MacDonald, Bruce 103 Mack,julie 92,95 MacMillan, Laurie 41,153 Macrae, Barry 38 Madden, Tom 38 Maddek, Mike 44 Maes, Sarah 35 Maeves, Mike 50 Magnuson, Alice 43 Maher, David 100,172 Mahlochhjefl' 37,102 Mahnke, Carolyn 131 ,189 Mahorski, john 30,36 Main, Mike 50,138 Makovec, David 39 Malin, Rosemary 189 Malnory, Dick 102 Malone, Mary 94,189 Mandeville, Mike 100 Mancuso, Tom 37 Mangene, Bob 98 Mangiaracina, Rose 43,95,143,150 Manke, Kathleen 162,189 Manouge, Sylvia 40,123 MANTER, PAUL 228 Mantey, Beverly 41,121,136,153 Mantey, Dona 189 Manthei, Mary 42 Manthei, Susan 92,93,189 Markertxjoy 43,123,149 250 Marin, Virginia 153 Marlock, Madelyn 46 Marmorstone, Ray 39 Mars, Bob 26,44 Marshall, Jane 35 Marshall, Kay 189 MARSHALL, THOMAS 221 Martin, Dick 37 Martin, Mary 47,123 Martin, Renee 35 Martinez, Vivian 35 Martins, ,Ian 91 Marx,xIudy 43,147,150 Mashack, Roger 170,189 Mashak, Marilyn 43,112 Mashak, Marlene 189 Masheimer, Barbara 131,189 Masters, Robert 44 Masuda, Naomi 129,190 Matkovich, Robert 44 Mattheis, jackie 34 Matthes, Fred 153 Mattison, Mary 52,140 May, Steve 36 Maybee, jack 37 McArdle, Jane 54 McArdle, Terry 55 McBain, Arthur 53,91 ,141 McCarthy, Pat 123 190 McCartney,James 99,190 McCausland, Sandi 40 McComb, Maryjean 47 McComis, Bob 36 McConnell, Chuck 36 lN1cC0rmick, Jim 26 McCoy, Kelly 94 McCoy, Nancy 132 McCoy, Patsy 112,190 McCreight,Jerold 122,190 McCreight, john 190 McCulloch, Kitsy 47,94,149 McCumber, Leslie 46 McCutcheon, Bill 103,190 McDaniel, Pat 36 McDermott, Karen 41 McDermott, Robert 112,190 McDonald, Robert 35,153 McDowell, Mary 120 McGowan, Roberta 136,151 McGrath, Bill 103 McGregor, Anne 41 McGuire, Bruce 36,122 MCILRAITH, STUART 212 McKenna, jackie 34 McKenzie,judy 54 McKinley, Rita 41,153 McKittrick, Donna 41,119 McLain, Bruce 91 McLaughlin, Mary 46,95 McLELLAN, MARY 222 McMahon,John 38 MCMAHON, ROBERT 237 McMullin,jim 38 McNeely, Greg 45 McQuade, Donna 41 Meacham, Delores 46 Mead, Phil 100 Meadows, Sue 150 Minor, Dan 26 Meboe, Phil 39 Mech, Barbara 41 Megrath, Vicki 40 Meir, Diane 190 Meir, Linda 55 Meinert, Dan 38 Meisnest, Carlene 137 Meister, Rod 39 Meitz, Bob 38 Melby, Anita 46,153 Melby, Dale 55 Melby, Norma 120,131,132,154,190 Melster, Don 104 Mendelson, Marilyn 46 Merline, Dick 38 Meronek, Dianne 34,123,153 Meronk, Bob 26,52,147 Meronk, jerry 39,78 Mesch, Betty 94,142,147,19O Messer, Lorraine 35 Meston, Terry 38 Metcalf, Donetta 52 Meteyard, Dick 99,170 Methum, Paul 106,190 Metoxen, Lois 95 Metzker, Sharon 35 Meunier, Gary 38 Meves, Kathy 40 Meves, Mike 104 MEWALDT, DAVID 232 Meyer, Meyer, Bill 37 Emily 47 Morley, Dave 45 Meyer, Marilyn 42,134,150 Meyer, Tim 80 Meyer, William A. 153 Meyocks, Kathy 46 Michaelujim 102 Michaud, jim 37 Michaud, Mary 35 Michels, Gloria 43,123,154,155 Michuda, Richard 38 Mickelson, Mike 54 Midland, Bob 99 Mikkelson, Ellen 54,153 Milfred, Judy 43,123,149 Milinovich,jean 35 Millard, Doris 42,89 O Miller Barbara 50 Miller, Beverly 34 Miller, Dennis R. 38 Miller, Dennis R. 39,75 Miller Diane 190 Miller, Donald 38,75 Miller, Duane 38 Miller, Greg37 Miller,james E.112,113,135,146,177,190 Miller Miller Miller Miller, Miller, james S. 147 190 ,jeff 53 JoAnn 91,94 Kathleen 190 Kristie 43 MILLER, LEON 222 Miller, LeRoy 100 Miller, Marilyn 51 ,94,143,147 MILLER, MARION fMrs.D 239 Miller, Patricia 46,119,154 Miller, Sandra 50,93,131 Miller, Sue 34 Miller, Wally 44 Millinhlanice 139 Millin, Mick 38 Mills, Howard 138,191 Mills,jim 137 Milos, Karen 191 Mitchell, Douglas 37 Mitchell,jamie 34 MITCHELL, REXFORD 204 Mithum,James 37 Mitich,John 75 MLADENOFF, CLIFFORD 216 Moe, Diane 35 MOE, LORRAINE 222 Moeller, Mary 40,124,144 Moen, Christine 154 Moen, Mona 145,151,191 Moersch, Nancy 43,108,153 Mollet, David 132,138,191 Molstad, Bob 130,141 Molstadulim 135 Monaham, Mike 36,122 Montgomery, Marilyn 35 Moon, Mary 54 Moore, Carol 35,91 ,144,153 Moore, Chuck 91,144,147,153 Moran, Barbara 153 Moran, Nick 50,103,125,l28 Mordiniwlack 39 Morehouse, Mary 50,112 Moreland, Rick 38 Morgan, Beverly 40,124 Morgan, Connie 47 Morgan, Thomas 191 Moriarityhlohn 36 Morrell, Ellen 55 Morrison, Larry 172 Morrison, Richard 39 Mortenson, Gail 46,147 Mortenson,Jean 40,153 Mosher, Cordelia 191 Mosigin, Linda 35 MOTIVANSHIOSEPH 236 Motschenbacher, Harold 104,106,138,177,191 Mousel, Betty 191 Moussette, Joanne 43,94,122 Mruk, Kathy 35 Mueller, Sue 40 Mulcahy, Georgia 35 Mulhern, Tom 102,191 Mulheron, Pat 42 MULLER, PATRICIA 230 Muller, Steve 54 Mullikin, Dewey 191 Mullins, Bob 53 Mullins, Ray 45 MUNNS, EARLE 238 Mundsack, Allan 191 Munson, Walter 38 Murphy, Bob 122,144 Murphy, Denny 36 MURPHY, EUGENE 209 Murphy, Sylvia 94 N Nabrocki, Al 105 251 Nada, Sharon 46,131,144 Nagao, Frederick 44 Nagle,James 153 Nairn, Virginia 43,110,124,151 Nakamura, Fredrick 38 Nantell, Susan 41 Naze, Barbara 34 Neis, Kathy 41 Neinast, Sharon 46 NELSON, ALLEN 212 Nelson, Carol 46,1 12 Nelson, Bill 38 Nelson, Diane 91 ,93,137 Nelson, Doug 33,99 Nelson, Gordon 54,153 Nelsonulames 45 Nelson, Linda 40 Nelson, Linda G. 41 Nelson, Linda K. 89,153 Nelson, Marjorie 112,191 Nelson, Millie 17,88,92,96,125 Nelson, Rodney 50 Nelson, Scott 99,191 Nelson, Terry 102 Nesbittulim 104 Ness,jean 55 Ness,Joneen 41 Netwal, Dan 50 Neuberger, Dave 38,75 Neville, Rhonda 40 New, Toni 53,121 Newland, Nancy 54 Newton, Kathy 40 Nichols, Bob 36 Nichols, john 39 Nichols, Robert 37 Nicklas, Nancy 94,110,142 Nicholai, Diane 42 Niebuhr, Bob 98,99 Niederer,jean 41 Nielsen, Buckey 38,147 Nielsen, Wayne 54 NIXON, RUTH CMrs.D 228 Niznik, Martha 34 Noble, Marcia 34 Noflisinger, Steve 102,146,172 Nolan, Mike 39 Norcross, Nancy 53 Nordbloom, Karen 43,149 Norman, Linda 54 NORRISMIAY 228 North, Dean 50,111 Novy, Linda 47,95,108,112,123 Novickujon 102 Novak, Dave 36 Novak,Jim 52,78 Nunez, Cisco 36,133 Nuttall, Richard 50 NUTTER, LARRY 214 Oberbrunnerulune 42 Obmascher,joseph 191 O'BRIEN, DENNIS 231 O'Brien, Mary 35,122,124 O'Brien, Susan 55 OyBrien, Toni 47,122,l36,145,1 O'Connor, Kathy 55 O'Dwanny, Rip 99,191 Oedsma, Kathleen 41 Oelke, Roger 54 Oertel, Robert 192 O'Grady, Jacqueline 46,88 Ohman, Margo 41,123 O'KEEFE, DENNIS 234 OlLeary, Sharon 42,154 OLESON, MARGARET 228 Olderdorf, Harlan 44 Olsen, Gerald 106 Olsen, Mary 50,154 Olsen, Steve 102 Olson, Bud 53 Olson, CarolJ. 34 Olson, Carol M. 121 Olson, Charlynn 108,122,192 Olson, Deanna 34,88 Olson, Dennis 53 Olson, Diane 96,112 Olson, Ellen 42 Olson,James 192 Olson,Je1'I45 Olson, Karen 42 Olson, Karna 42 Olson, Larry 38 Olson, Lynda 42 Olson, Marvin 192 Olson, Richard 36 Olson, Ruth 121,133,192 Olson, Tom 33,107 Oman,Judi 53 O'Meara, Terrance 36 Oncken, Marcy 34,151 Onsager, Dave 36 Onsrud, Ken 103 Opland, Nancy 112,115,133,192 Opdyke, Heannine 35,154 Oppriecht, Kermit 36,154 Optenberg, Lance 54 Oren,Joel 44 O'Rourke, Kathy 47 O'Rourke, Sherry 90 Orr, Ann 42 ORR, MEREDITI-I 229 Ostermeier, Barbara 110,112,122,147,148,15C 192 Ostermann, Gene 137 Ostlund, Danny 47 Ostrand, Stan 98,103 Ostrem, Dianne 46 Oswald, Darlene 192 Ott, Carolyn 123 OTTO, WILLIAM 222 Owen, Connie 94,110,114,151,177,192 Owens, Lynn 192 P Pabich, Phil 170 Pabst,Joyce 133,147 Pacer, Jerry 44 Pagan, Carlos 133 Pampuch, Gary 54 Panke, Barb 52,64,93 Pankiewicz, John 88,122,146 Parent, Debbie 46 Parker, Edward 192 PARKS, WILLIAM 216 Parkovich, Bruce 44,135 Parr, Bill 39,88,122 Parsons, Jerrilyn 46 PARSONS, ROGER 229 Paskiet, Bill 37 Pasch, Rosemary 40 Passe, Jim 50 Patience, Judy 94,149 Patri, Mickey 38 Paucek, Gary 103 Paulin, Lee 41 Paulson, Connie 42 Paulson, Dan 44,78 Paulus,Jim 44 Payne, Virginia 46 Peacock, Penny 96 Peck, Becky 40 Peckham, Phil 53 Pedersen, Cassie 41 Pedersen, Jane 91 ,94,138 Pedersen, Paula 43 PEDERSON, RHEA 217 Pederson, Trygve 37 Pellman, Margaret 131 Pellett, Tom 36,129 Pennock, Susan 153,192 Perry, Susan 42,141 Pervisky,Jerry 106 Persaud, Motilall 192 Persaud, Rudi 133 Peters, Sue 40 Petersen, Terry 45 Peterson, Bill 144,153 Peterson, BillJ. 26,38 Peterson, Blaine 144,153 Peterson, Cliff 192 Peterson, Gary 153 Peterson,Jim B. 44 Peterson, Jim W. 36 Peterson, Kathy 42,144,153 Peterson, LeRae 55,153 Peterson, Paul 107 Peterson, Robert 38,121 Peterson, Wesley 154 Petzold, Mary 41 Pfaff, David 44 PFAFF, DONALD 239 Pfalf, Julie 34 Pfaff, Ronald 37,153 Pfaff, Sonja 91,93,110,112,193 Pfeiffer, Jim 44 Pfister, Mark 36 Pfierger, Richard 37 Phillips, Ann 40 PHILLIPS, RALPH 214 Pichotta, Dan 26 Pickett, Dan 80 Piekarz, Carol 43,94 Pieper, Barbara 47,123 Pieper, David 147 Pierick, Ann 46 Pikus, Barbara 110,137,193 Pipke, Caroline 137,138,177,193 PINKSTON,JUDITH QMrs.J 238 PIRNER, PHYLLIS 217 Pirwitz, Patsy 34 Pischke, Larry 50 Pischke, Steve 53,80 252 Pitt, John 44 Pitzner, Larry 50 Plain, Leslie 46 Plappert, Nancy 93 Platz, Roy 55 Pleshek, Rhonda 41 Pleuss, Arnold 105 Pliskie, Ken 26 Ploeta, Pat 42,93 Plunkett, Tim 100 Poehling, Robert 54 Poe, Tom 54 Poellinger,Jo Ann 123 Polan, Bob 80,102,146 Polivka, Nancy 47,144 POLLECK, PATRICIA 222 Polodna, John 50,122 Pool, Tim 36 Poole, Eileen 40 Porter,Joseph 36,128 Portz,Judy 94 Poser, Al 146 Post, Karen 43,94,142 Potaracke, George 154,155 Potter, Ron 53,153 Potter, Sue 40 POTTS,JAMES 225 Potts,Jim 106 Powell, Sherald 41 Power, Mary 43 Powers,Janet 41 Powers, Marie 46 Powers, Robert 53 Pratt, Ellen 34 Prell, Dale 33,137 Prell, Janith 46 Preston, Jeanne 153 Preuss, Robert 153,193 Prew, Jeanette 46,123 Price, Jeanie 35,122 Priller, Mary 41 Printz, Phil 44 Prudhome, Eric 53 Prudhome, Jim 100 Pruefer, Al 37 Pruess, Larry 36,81 ,104,1 13 Puckett, Phyllis 43 Puls, Nan 35,130 Pyron, Margaret 193 Q Quallaski,James 104 Quam, Maggie 41,153 Quammen, Carolyn 47,149,154 Quillin, Ron 175 Quinn, Kathleen 42 Quinn, Sylvan 193 Quirt, Bob 44 R Raabe, Dave 44,120 Radford, Cindy 34 Radjenovich, John 103,153,193 Radke, Carol 52 Radke, Linda 40 Radtke,John 39 Radtke, Kurt 44 Rae, Dale 91,102,137,193 Raimer, Ellen 35 Raine, John 45 Rainwater, Terry 37 Ramaker, Gail 35 Ramer, Jim 44 Ranger, Marc 104 Ranger, Pam 41,153 Rank, Kathy 55 Raseman, Kathy 54 Rash, Douglas 193 Rash, Len 53 Rasmussen, Lloyd 146,193 RASMUSSEN, RICHARD 217 RASMUSSEN, V. B. 211 Ratwik, Richard 37 RAUSCH, GERALD 214 Raymer, Howard 55 Raymen, Sally 50 Raymond,John 39 Raymond, Ralph 80 RAYNOR, OWEN 233 Rayome, Bill 122 Reardon, Steve 37,90,126 Rebhan, Sandra 154 Rebro, Lauree 40,144,153 Rechtin, Jim 33 Rcdard, Barbara 40 Reddell, Sharon 35 Redlin, Sally 50,134,145,151 Reeder, Bill 38,105 Reedich, Barbara 139 Reedich, Jack 1 18 Reese, Sharon 43,93,149 Regelein, James 154,155 Register, Earl 100 Rego, Marilyn 54 Reinold, Rinda 46,124 REISS, ALLAN 219 Reiss, Dick 45,135 Renny, Janet 53 Renz, Bob 52,122,170 Rettenmaier, Albert 44,133 Rewey, Steve 38 Rex, Carolyn 142 Rezek, Margaret 88,111,138,193 Rezel, Suzanne 64,95,193 Riberich, Bill 26 Richard, Leland 38 Richards, Bob 54 Richardson, Janet 40 Richardson, Pete 104 Richling, John 137,193 Richmond, Allen 54 Richter, Joyce 50 RICHTER, THEODORA CMrs.J 239 Ricker, Kenneth 193 Rieber, Ron 54 Riederer, Bob 44 Rieke, Mary 41,153 Rieman, Bonnie 43,65,95 Rigdon, Barbara 41,153 Rightmire, Leslee 55 Riley, Thomas 36 Rinehart, Ronald 193 Risberg, Bonnie 194 Risberg, John 194 Risberg, Marie 115,194 Ristow, Sharon 46,131 Ritola, Matt 102,137 Rittenhouse, Rick 37 Robens, Rebecca 124 Roberts, Joan 46 Robertson, Marilyn 194 Robichaud, Margaret 47,96,142 Robinson, David 104,107 ROBINSON, PATRICIA 214 Robinson, Rebecca 41 Robson, Gordon 194 Rockwell, Linda 112,131,194 Roderick, Susan 40 Rodey, Sharon 52 Rodriguez, Ray 154 Roebken, Kathi 41 Roellich, William 106,194 Roets, Jeanne 43,94 Rogers, Richard 88,194 ROGGENBUCH, THERESE 232 Rohrer, Mary 34,122 ROLNICK, STANLEY 225 Romens, Cathy 41 Romeo, Carol 93,149,194 Rommel, Ann 50,154 ROOD. CLAIR 211 Roraff, Mike 53 Roraff, Peggy 122 Rose, James A. 105 Rose,James B. 129,194 Roseland, Muriel 43 Rosenow, Fred 38 Ross, Stephanie 35 Roster, James 105 Roth, Holly 47 Rotter, Judy 52 ROVANG, THEODORE 213 Rove, Susan 35,153 ROWE, LAWRENCE 214 Rowe, William 194 Roy, Nancy 94,121 ROZELLE, THEODORE 231 Ruck, John 104 Rudolph, Al 138,194 Rudolph, David 194 Rudrud, Charles 100 Ruehl, Geri 42,88,108,124,125,127 Ruf, Barbara 41,153 Rundle, Bob 26,39 Runholm, Kathy 95,110 Running, Dick 172 Ruskell, Mark 44 Rutter, Dick 104,128 Rutter, Stephen 1o4,1o5,111,128,162,194,177 Rybarczyk, Terry 44 Rydell, Sandy 42 Rye, Eleanor 50 S Sacia, Sharon 35 Sadowski, Dave 45 Sager, Gerald 100 Sager, Terry 98 Sammons, Mary Ann 194 Sampson, Carol 35,129 Sampson, June 131 Sanders, Sherry 120,194 Sands, Saralie 34,65,90,93,125,128,142 Sarbacker, Bob 39 253 Saron, Gordon 172 Saterbak, Lynn 141,195 Sather, Sarah 43 Saunders, Sue 40 Scarseth, Claire 111 Scarseth, Harold 121,154 Schaetzke, Terrance 99,135,170,195 Schaller, Janine 54,154 Schaub, Carole 42 SCHEIN, NORMAN 218 Schell, Allan 106,195 Schellenger, Pat 43 Schellpeper, Suellyn 35 Scherdin, Kathy 138 Scherer, William 26,146,147,195 Schieble, Marleen 42,136,144 Schleicher, Ted 33,137 Schlosser, Barbara 89,94,110,124 Schlosser, Peggy 34 Schlosser, Sandra 90,112,131,195 Schmidt, Dave 45 Schmidt, Joan 46,95 Schmidt, Nancy 112 Schmidt, Ruth 35 Schmidt, Terry 99,195 SCHMIDT, WILLIAM 218 Schmit, Sa Schmitt, B ndy 47,149 rian 37 Schmitz, Barbara 42,122 Schmitz, Bernadette 122,195 Schmitz, Douglas 44 Schneeberger, Alyce 50,96,112,122,131,162 Schneider, Roger 36 SCHNUR, LEO 231 Schockmel ,Barry 22,26,37,102,112,113,146,172 Schoebeck,James 137,195 Schonert, John 44 Schoeneman,Judd 37 Schoonover, Vickie 41 Schott, Kathy 41 Schott, Liz 41 Schowalter, Kathy 46 Schreiber, Walter 195 Schreiber, Wayne 98,99,113,147,195 Schroeder, Carolyn 34,121 Schroeder, Cathy 54 Schroeder, Jeanne 96 Schroeder,JefI137 Schroeder, Larry 44 SCHROEDER, MARJORIE CMFS-I 222 Schroeder, Pam 47,110,134,145,151 Schubert, Linda 41 Schuelke, Bruce 38,154 Schuenemann, Suzanne 35 SCHUH, LAURA 213 Schultz, Arlyce 42 Schultz, Jean 46 Schultz,Joann 53 Schultz, Mike 53 Schultz, Sandy 41 Schultz Warren 44 Schulz, Br uce 26,39,146 Schulz, Richard 38,172 Schulz, Ri tz 40 Schuster, Mike 37 Schwandt, Rita 96,195 Schwarten, Dean 50,102 Schwartz, Faye 108,195 Schwartz, Nlarilyn 47,96,134,136,145,151 Schwartz, Nancy 131 Schwersenska, Janice 43,137 Schwier, Gerald 39 Schwier, Paul 37,153 Schwoegler, Sharon 47 Schye, Ann 47 Scofield, Ray 175 Scott, Elaine 41,108,122 Scott, Gwen 53 Scott,joey 43,88,90,93 Scoville, Sheila 54 SCULLIN, MARIAN QMrs. SEARCY, HERBERT 230 Sebion, Karen 54 Sebranek, Donna 55 Sebranek, Pat 53,103 Sebranek, Tom 50 Secretarski, James 45 Sederquist, Mike 52,128 Seeber, Phillip 44 Seefeld, Eileen 35 Seefeldt, Randy 44 Segal, Richard 45 Seifert, Vern 44 Seiler,Sally 112,162,195 Selk, Linda 41 Selk, Tom 50,104 Sells, Linda 35 Semrad, Nancy 43 Semrau, Janice 41,122,153 SENFF, ROBERT 213 Senn, Dennis 54 Senn, Kathleen 52,138 Servais, Rick 55 Sery, john 81 Severson, Beatrice 195 Severson, Bill 170 Seymour, Robert 153 Shalabi, George 50,133 Shampine, Naoma 46 Shanklin, Garth 45,124,141 Shannon, Karen 34 Shaw, Scott 102,147 Shawaluk, Linda 40,142 Sheehan, Gerald 50,105 Sheehy, Ryan 45 Shepard, Lawrence 81,195 Sherman, Susan 34 Sherry, Dean 104 Sherry, Wayne 36 Shieldshjon 196 Shingler, Lois 41,122 Shoemaker, Fred 137 Shoemaker, Walter 50 Sieber, Sharon 55 Sieh, caiieeii 91,92,96,114,133,177,196 Sieland, Mary 35 Siewers, Sheridan 35,124,130 Siewert, Suzanne 136 Sime, Rick 103,153 Simon, Mark 45,170 Simonson, Gail 41,153 Simpson, Sally 40 Simpson, Sandra 42,134,135,136,145,151,196 Sinclairulessie 43,154 SINGH, SURRENDER 234 Sir, Karol 35 Sivak, Robert 154 Siverling, Sandy 35,153 Skaife, Robert 55 Skinner, Beverly 137 Skogen, Barb 50 Skogen, Cheryl 52 Skogen, Vicki 55 Skrobot, Barbara 93,122 Slaats, Gary 141 Slaats,Jerry 50 Slaback, Mike 104 Sleigh, Mike 100,105 Sleikhlohn 105 Slezak, Tom 36 Slocum, Marcia 53,154 Smalancke, Dianne 34,64,89,92,93 Small,john 52 Smart, Bette 196 Smart,jim 39,88,90,104,141 Smiley, Don 26,38 Smith, Smith, Alicia 35,123,126 Barbara 95 Smith, Beverly 122 Smith, Carolyn 53 Smith, Dave 104 Smith, Duane 196 SMITH, GLENN 209 SMITH, GRACE QMrs,D 238 Smith,jerome 105,196 Smith, Karen 131,177,196 Smith, Lesley 41 Smith, Pam 65,94,142,149 Smith, Rod 36 Smith, Tom 45 Smith, Virginia 121,144 Snider, Lois 50,112,120 Snyder, Cheryle 46,153 Snyder, Dorothy 34 Spooner, Ann 162,196 Spraetz, Ken 50,78,99 Sprehn, Stan 38 Squire, Cheryl 43 Squires, Howard 99 STAATS, DONA LD 238 Slaats, Sue 40 Stack, Lynn 41 Stadlerwlean 94,110,112,197 Stadthaus, Ace 75,146,175,177 Stalfon, Allan 52,124,144,170 Stage,John 53,88,90 Stannard, Dennis 75,113,146,177 197 Stanton, Rita 35 Stark, Marianne 46,88,95,108 Stark, William 197 STARR, JACK 240 Stauber, Betty 118,139 Stauber, Steve 118,137 Stayner, Linda 35 Steckart, Sally 96,154 Steckel, Bill 104 Steel, Ron 44 Steele, Steve 102 Steensrud, Grady 26,102 Steffen, Marty 94 Steh, Ken 38 Stein, Al 38 Steinbrenner, Dick 38 Steine, Mary 42,131 Steiner, Neil 39 Steiner, Stephanie 41,123 STEINHOFF, G. LESTER 211 STEINKEHIULIA 217 Steinmetz, Brad 128 Stekel, Ellen 47,108,112,123 Steldt,jan 35,122 Stellpflug, Peggy 53,122 Snyder,janet112,131,162,196 Sobczak, Martin 26,78,196 Sojkowski, Wayne 75,122,135,136,146,170,196 Solbergulim 129 Solberg, Steve 55,130 Solchenberger, Cheryl 46 Soldwedel, Sue 145 Soley, Sandra 196 Solverson, Luther 107,196 Solverson, Patricia 112,196 Somdahl, Nancy 41,143 Sommers, Paul 50,99,170 Soper, Bruce 38 Sorce, Izzy 33 SORENSON, DAVID 236 Sorum, James 37 Sosalla, Larry 103,135 Souter, Gerald 39 Souza, Walter 38 Spangler, Rita 196 SPARKS, PHILLIP 213 Spars, Dennis 52 Speersulohn 39 SPENCER, AUSTIN 216 Spencer, Michael 113,135,196 Spencer, Tom 37 Spiering, Kathy 35 Spletter, Lee 26,36,81,172 Splitt, Pat 46 Spoerle, Gary 38 254 Stellrecht, Greg 36 Stenback, Randy 36 Stendahl, Allen 38 Stendahl, John 38 STEPHENSHIAMES 229 Stephenson, Harriet 34 STEPHENSON, LEE 222 Sterba, Bill 45 Sterling, Cheryl 153 Stetler, Don 39 Stetzer, Gerald 54 Steuck, Lorraine 42,121,129 STEUCK, ROBERT 209 Stewart, jay 45 5tewart,jim 37 Stich, Tim 44,81 Sticken, Nancy 40 Stickney, Dale 37 Stillman, jim 44 Stockwell,Jan 93,112 STOKKE, ADELEE QMrs.j 229 Stoll, Peg 43 Stone, Arlan 54,153 Stone, Tom 55 Storckujill 55 Storey, W. Steve 112,177,197 STORLIEJOHN 215 Stout, Al 36 Stover, William 197 Stoveyujudeen 52 Stowers, Gary 37 Stranc,James 53 Strand, Bobette 42,121 STRAND, DONALD 238 Strasser, Katherine 54 Strasser, Marilyn 50 Strasser, Patricia 53 Tess, Sharon 41 TETZLAEF, TED 235 Teynor, Cheryl 43 Thalacker, Ken 44 Thaldorf, Pam 55 Theiler, Tim 45 Theirl, Ann 35 Streeter, Nancy 41 Stremcha, Janice 47 Stremcha, Robert 197 Strittmater, Gerald 50 Stroeh, Carol 55 Stuart, Kathleen 42,110 Stuart, Nancy 43 Stuart, Shirley 197 STUBBELFIELD, KATHERINE CMrs.j 215 Stuckey, Tom 38 Stuesser, Sue 42,137 Stuhr, Betty 55 Stulken, Donald 153,197 Styne, Kathy 41,123 Subera,Jeanne 46 Sugden, Connie 34,153 Sugden, Roy 119,153,154 Theobald, Sharon 110,151,193 Thicke, Dorothy 54 Thieme, Carol 34 Thoftne, Dan 37 Thom, Evelyn 40 THOMAS, ANNA 223 Thomas, Donna 40,124,144 Thomas, Terry 50 Thomas, Terry 34 Thompson, Al 37,153 Thompson, Anthony 54 Thompson Betty 42,96,121,131 Thompson George 37 Thompson Leon 101,135 Thompson Martha 124 Thompson Suann 42,153 Thomson, Nancy 110,112,114,15 W Sullivan, Judy 96,138 Sullivan, Pete 52,100 Sullivan, Terry 38 Suma, Milt 37 Sund, Phoebe 46,153 Sutton,John 107,141,197 SuworofI, Bill 33,98,99 Swanson, Bob 106,133,137 Swanson, Carol 40,153 Swanson, Dave 37 Swanson Donna 148 SWANSON, KEITH 231 Sweda, B Sweeney, ill 104 Nancy 53,96 SWICKARD, JOHN 232 Swiggum, Lanell 46 Swiggum, Linda 47 Swiggum, Sanford 38 Synoground, Mona 197 Synold, Chuck 37,133 Synold, Rick 33 Synsteby, Aaron 44 Szelagowski, Jim 38 T Tangley, Pete 52 Tapelt, Shirley 47,122 Taylor, Chris 137 Taylor, Margaret 137 TAYLOR, ROLLO 222 Tefl',Jim 26,78,99 Temp, Beatrice 197 Templer, Gary 197 Templin, Rori 51 ,95,1 10 TEMTE, ARNOLD 231 Tench, Kathie 47,65,92,94,149 TENCKHOFF,JUNE 238 TenHaken, Marlene 94,110,112,114,147,162, 177,197 Tennant, Sherry 47,153 Terrazino, Lucille 35 Terry,Jim 37 Terry,Jim 44 Tesch,JefI39 THORESON, WALTER 236 Thurman, Al 39,127 Tickler, Mike 33,123 Tijurina, Lupi 153 Timm, Carl 37 Timmerman, Mark 104 Tingle, Clark 80,128,177 Toburen, Karen 134,136,145,151 Todd, Linda 47,153 TOLAND, MARIE fMrs.J 240 Tomaszewski, Al 75,98,99 Tooley, Bob 137,144 Topol, Pam 43,89,149 Torgerson,Joan 35 Torgerson, Wayne 45 Tornowske, Mary 43,122 Torres, Jose 115,133 Toson, Bill 37 Touton, Tom 98,102 Tracey, Jim 54 Tracey, Robert 54 Tracy, Harold 38 TRACY, SHARON 240 TRAINER, GRETA 229 Trammell, Larry 53 Tranberg, Dennis 38 Trapp, Cheryl 51,93 Tratt, Terry 39 Trebold, Ray 78 Tremaine, Marcia 47 Triebs, Gordon 33 Trowbridge, James 33,147 Truax, Ken 38 Trudell, Vince 44 Trupke, Wayne 122,146,198 Trussoni, Michael 198 Tryggestad, Jean 198 Tschanz, Tom 50,104 Tully,Jet 40 Turner, Ray 45 Turnquist, Bill 26,37 Turzinski, Chris 35,143 Twedt, Ruth 198 Tylka, Dale 37 255 1,162,177,197 Tyrrell, Marion 41 U UBER, ROBERT 233 Ullrich, Charles 38 Ulness, Karen 17,65,93,143,148,177,198 Ulvestad, Stephanie 46 Uminski, Cindy 35 Urban, Kathy 94,110 Urban, Marie 122,131,198 Urben, David 44,78 Ustymowicz, Bette 35 Utter, Mary 42 V Vaaler, Diane 55,154 Vacca, Rick 53 VAFEAS, WILLIAM 210 Valiquette, Keith 122,129 Vallee, Gary 53 Van Akkeren, Paul 53,153 Vanderboom, Tom 33 VANDERLIP, DOLLY 223 Van Handel, Pete 30,1 13,146,172 VAN NOTE, ROY 230 Van Roo, Joanne 122 Van Sluys, Dana 44 VAVREK, KENNETH 210 VAVREK, MAUREEN CN1rs.j210 Van Wormer, Sarah 42 Vedum, Gary 106 Veith, Nancy 46,122 Velez, Efrain 37,133 Veltman,John 99,170,198 Venner, Pat 112 Ventura, Joanne 46,122 Verges, Ted 99 Vergowe, Wayne 52 VETTES, WILLIAM 225 VICKROY, WILLIAM 223 Vierra, Dennis 54 Visger, Ken 104 VITALE, HELEN CMrs,j 240 Vizanko, Susan 47,122 Vlasak, Arlys 42 Vogelpohl, Carol 91 ,92,95,131,177,198 VOIGHT, ROBERT 225 Volden,Judy 55 Volk, Pat 122 Voll, Ken 146,175 Von Allmen, Pete 80,198 VON ARX, MARJORIE CMrs.J 238 Von Ruden, Kathy 34,122 Voskuil, Beverly 139 Voskuil, Dean 52,137 Wachal, Margie 43,93,110 Wachholder, Ed 37,107 Wachtel, Gary 104 WADE, REX 225 Wadephul, John 45,120,153 Wadzinski, Kathy 35 Wagner,John 198 Wagner, Judy 40 Wagner, Nancy 34,150 Wagner, Paulette 54 WAHL, LUCRETIA QMrs.j 213 WAHL, RALPH 232 Waidelich, Sharon 34 Wainwright,Jane 43 Wake, Glenn 154,155 Walchak, David 198 Waldron, Dennis 37 Waldron, John 38 Walgenbach, Jeannie 46 Walker, Bud 44 Walker,Jill 47,150 Walker,Jo 55,123 Walker, Margaret 110,162,198 Wallace, George 39,154 Wallenkamp, Clem 36 Wallerman, Cherrie 50,96,111 Wa1lin,John 121,198 Walsh, Alice 122 Walsh,James 198 Walsvik, Shirley 66,93 NValter, Marlene 34 Walters, Robert 115,198 Wampler, Dennis 50,102 Wandel, Linda 41 W'andsneider, Sandy 47 Wanta, Linda 41,122 Wapp, Robert 45 W'arren, Donna 40 Ward, Betty 53 Ward, Pete 37 WARD, ROBERT211 Wardwell, Loren 104,177,198 WARNER, JAMES 213 WARNER, TERRY 223 Warren, Donna 40 Warrington, Cheetah 41 Warwick, Judy 41 ,130 Warzala, Jane 35,124,144 Washic, Nancy 42,142 Waterman, Eleanor 53 Webb, William 50 Weber, Christine 34 Weber, John 44 Weber, Nancy 129,199 WEBER,'VINCENT 213 Webster, Jim 50,75,104 Wedl, Don 36 WEEKLEY, DALLAS 232 Wegner, Michael 39,112 Wehman, Carl 100 Wehman, Irvin 199 Weichbrod, Janet 42 Weideman, Dianne 46,95 Weig, Susan 53,96,111 Weiland, Sheila 121 Weinke, Jim 33 WEINZIERL, EDWARD 219 Weisbrod, Paula 46 Weiske, Paul 78 Weissenberger, Dave 100 Weissenberger, Nancy 43,96,131 Weittenhiller, Doug 51 Welda, Ruth 154 Wellner, Vicki 34,121,141 WELLS, C. GERALD 210 Wells, Ron 30,36 Wendling, Paul 199 Wentworth, David 45,81,146 Wermager, Ronald 199 WIRKUS, THOMAS 240 Wirtz, Carol 41 Witek, Eugene 33,172 Wittenberg, Jolynn 40 Wittkopf, Elyse 199 WITZKE, TERRY 217 Wojahn, Jan 95 Wolf, Carol 35,122 Wol1T,Jo Ann 147 Wolff, Karen 40 Werner, Peter 45,102,112,113,146,147,162, 172,199 Westby, George 37 WESTKAEM PER, RICHARD 223 Westlund, Steve 37 Wetenkamp, Carol 41 ,94,1 10 Wettstein, Howard 50 WHALEN, EDNA QMrs.j 229 Whisner, Dave 33 White, Darryl 39,78 White,Jean 46 White, Margaret 35 White, Mary 53,126 White, Phillip 104,107 White, Rosemary 43,131 White, Sue 41 White, Vicky 46,153,154 Whitehead, Linda 35 Whitsett,John 37 Whitty, Mary 41 Wichelt, Sharon 95,112,114,17 Wieser, Richard 122 Wieland, Bob 53 Wier, Larry 37 Wiersgalla,Jack 53,123 Wiese, Gerald 54 Wiesjahn, Otto 199 Wieske,Joseph 44 Wilder, Dean 54,81 Willett, Steve 26,38,78 Willger,Jim 45 WILLIAMS, EUGENE 229 Williams, Paul 36,90 Williams, Penelope 199 Williams, Richard 124,132 Williams, Tom 37 WILLE, DON 223 Wilson, Don 44 WIMBERLEY, CARL 209 Winchell, Neil 103,199 Winder,James 199 WINGATE, ROBERT 219 Wink,James 102,199 Winker, Ron 38 WINTER, ANNE 223 Winters,Jim 44' 7,199 Wolkowski, Kay 34 Wollert, Bonnie 199 Wood, Clayton 38 Wood, Vicki 34,133 Wooden, Bruce 106 Woodmansee,Judy 35 Woods,Janet 51 Wrost, Richard 37 Wrchota, Cherri 46 WulH', Karen 90 WULLING, EMERSON 229 Wyler, Debbie 41 Y Yoss, Bob 102 YOUNG, BERNARD 209 YOUNG, HOWARD 213 Young,Jean 54 Young, Pat 35,102 Young, Rick 54,153 Youngberg, Kathy 108 Youngman, Barbara 55,88 Youngman, Sandra 88 Youngman, Vickie 43,124 Z Zabel, Helen 34 Zahrte, Carol 199 Zajicek, Gene 36,101,124 Zampach, Chris 47 Zeiglinger, Joanne 94,115 Zeller, Sherry 40 Zenter, Rod 37 Zick, Pat 43,96 Ziegler, William 155 Zielinski, Joan 132 Ziemann, Diane 46 Zimmerman, Barb 134 Zimmerman, Bill 38 Zimmerman, Miriam 121,128,141 Zimmermann, Nancy 50,93 Zirk, Bruce 36 Zuniga, George 45 Zurn, David 153 Zwettler, Judy 46,122 Zwettler, Mike 38 Acknowledgements American Yearbook Publishing Company La Crosse Tribune Audio-Visual Center, Wisconsin State University, La Crosse Paul Pfeffer, free lance photographer Ellickson's Studio S. 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