University of Wisconsin River Falls - Meletean Yearbook (River Falls, WI)

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 300— !• 9 A V' " I of M M1 $4 ® N T E N Administration and Faculty . . 26 Organizations..................48 Special Events ................86 Sports........................104 Classes.......................122WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE Riven r»LLB, WinooNaiN orncc or the pkibiocnt Lines to a student: There are many kinds of "lines" — lines of thought, lines of force, party lines and the "line" one student hands another. There are also lines of students, especially noticeable during registration and at meal times. These last-mentioned lines are destined to grow longer. The freshman class this year is larger than the entire student body in 1946. It seems only yesterday that much publicity was given the fact that enrollment had reached 1,000. Yet, this year, it appeared scarcely noteworthy when we passed the 2,000 mark. It was expected. But today's enrollments will seem small in the very near future. Current projections show an enrollment of more than 3,500 by 1970 and a student body of 5,700 by 1980, a college population greater than the present population of the City of River Falls. This means that the College will have an even greater responsibility. It means that the faculty and administration must prepare now to continue giving the best possible education to the many who will follow you. The growth of the institution also places greater responsibility on you. What you make of your opportunity for education and the direction you set for your College will reflect not only on you but on many others. Your continued interest in the College and your support of its programs after you graduate will be essential if River Falls is to maintain its standards of excellence. Our record has been an enviable one. The accomplishments of the past decade once seemed improbable to many. They have been possible because of the loyalty of students, faculty and alumni. I am sure that those of you who are presently enrolled will continue this tradition and that the "long lines" to follow will benefit from what you have helped to build. Sincerely yours, E. H. Kleinpell PresidentIN THE LAB To •. • Dr. Melvin Wall Professor, School of Agriculture WE DEDICATE THE 1964 MELETEAN In recognition of his 23 years as an instructor at WSC, River Falls, and his contributions through extracurricular activities, we dedicate the 1964 MELETEAN. IN OUTSIDE ACTIVITY441 - We„ !av »ee« ma«y examples of the theme Lltles 111 the P»8t year. Few students will easily ior t registration lines, lunch lines, athletic formations, graduation (line-ups, lines of type in text Hooks, or time many beautiful examples of lines of mm a t mm re on eampus. However, our theme ftoes far beyond t he physical aspects of geome- It is the hope of. tbe MEL.ETEAN staff that each student has found new expression higher goals during time past year experience with t he Line to vided by WSC, River Falls. the and through His Future’’5 i ro-College------ A Link With the Past For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could see Sate the Vision of the world and all ■ the wonder that would be. -Alfred, Lord Tennyson The present is a time that could have been imagined by only a few persons of past generations. Planes flying faster than sound, pictures bouncing off an artificial satellite and traveling thousands of miles across water, miracle drugs, machines with memories and manned space flights seem almost beyond belief even by those of us who live with them. • Ninety percent of all the scientists who have ever lived are living today. • Ninety percent of all drugs being prescribed by physicians today were not even known 10 years ago. And what of the future? Engineers predict that three-fourths of all those who will work in industry in 1975 will be making products that have not yet been invented or discovered. South Hall Chalmcr Davee Librarytt! B etUN ©eN I ]I5 of the | " odd!College— A Line to the Future In the condition of modern life the rule is absolute, the race that does not value trained intelligence is doomed . . . Tomorrow science will have moved forward yet one more step and there will be no appeal from the judgment which will then be pronounced on the uneducated. —Alfred North Whitehead In a time when there is an “explosion of knowledge," college has come to be increasingly necessary to those who seek positions of responsibility and leadership. The professions, management, industry and government all have increasing difficulty in finding capable young men and women with the required "trained in telligence.” The future, then, belongs to those who are prepared—to those who have a knowledge of man's past but who are ready to go in new directions—to those who have learned the dreams of old but who have a vision of what may be. RegistrationThe Classroom Who never doubted never half believed. Where doubt the truth is - ’f « her shadow. Line to Learning —Philip James Bailey The truth lies often in shadow. To seek the truth, to know it, requires free dom of inquiry and the right to challenge as well as to defend each concept or idea. The College is dedicated to the search for truth, the gaining of wisdom. A student has more than a right to learn. He has a duty to make the most of every opportunity for intellectual development. Selling up n Experiment Listening to a LectureIn the past we have had a light which flickered, in the present toe have a light which flames, and in the future there will be a light which shines over all the land and sea. — Winston Churchill Guiding the Lines— The Teacher Teachers, regardless of their subject, share a dedication to the ideals of their profession. They are concerned with the student and his progress. Though they may approach their tasks by many paths, their chief aim is to help each individual to realize his highest goals. The faculty at River Falls has a long tradition of distinguished teaching. An ExplanationAi the Bonfire Rehearsing a Play College— Line to a New World A Swimming Meet Homecoming. . . Here the heart may give a useful lesson to the head, And Learning wiser grow without his books. — William Cowper Books and classes are an important part of college but they are not all. Being a part of the campus community is more than preparation for the future—more than learning of the past. It is also living in the present in the midst of an exciting and different pattern of thought and action. The student is thinking, inquiring, developing his interests and following them. He finds those who share his views and ideas and those who hold different opinions. By listening to others, by defending his own position, the student continues his education in the dormitory, in interest groups and at social events. Music Is Important Game Foreign Students EntertainThe Base Line— General Education if you do not think about the future you cannot have one. —John Galsworthy All students at River Falls, whether enrolled in the School of Education, the School of Agriculture, or the School of Arts and Sciences, receive a foundation of basic courses designed to develop the attitudes, the abilities and the interests that mark the educated person—those features that cause him to lead a more satisfying and successful life. This foundation serves to make his education a continuing process that does not end with graduation. It serves also to introduce him to those areas of learning with which he may have had no previous contact and helps him in choosing those fields in which he may want to concentrate his efforts. The College offers an Honors Program and an Independent Study Program for the student of outstanding academic ability. Credit is given in certain courses to the student who can demonstrate, by examination, that he has sufficient knowledge of a subject. Outside Reading Science LectureThe School of Education We see by the glad light and breathe the siceet air of futurity, and so we live or else we have no life. — William Wordsworth Oldest of the three schools at River Falls is the School of Education, for the College was founded in 1874 to prepare teachers. Though the demand for teachers was considered vital then, it was small when contrasted with today’s requirements. Teachers in elementary, junior high, high schools and colleges are needed urgently. In its many years of service, River Falls has pioneered in educating teachers. Its graduates are serving in all parts of the United States and in many foreign countries. In the Psych Lab Entrance to the Laboratory School. . Remember this also, and be well persuaded of its truth; the future is not in the hands of Fate, but in ours. —Jules Jusserand The School of Agriculture Since 1912 the College has offered Courses in agriculture. Today there are more than 500 different types of jobs available to persons in this field. Within the school, a broad background as well as the specialized training necessary for positions in teaching, government, and in agricultural business and industry are offered. As in other fields, the demand is great. According to a recent report, approximately 7,500 young men and women are graduated from our agricultural colleges each year and there are about 15,000 openings so that two positions are available to every qualified applicant. Engineering Drawing Animal Science Advice from the DeanThe School of Arts and Sciences Each new grain of truth is packed, like radium, with whole worlds of light. —Alfred Noyes The humanities, revealing man’s unique achievements in language, art, music and literature—the social sciences, dealing with man’s role in society—the natural and physical sciences disclosing what man has learned of the world about him, are taught in the School of Arts and Sciences. Students in these fields are prepared to make contributions to a complex society facing ever-new problems. Graduates of the liberal arts curricula are sought by government, industry and business. Taking Lecture Notes Art Lab Discussing a ProgramWhere Lines Converge— The Graduate And what looks dark in the distance may brighten as I draw near. — Mary Gardiner Brainerd College is not a factory taking in raw material and turning out a finished product. Rather than stressing uniformity, the college must encourage diversity, creativity and individuality. Each person must be free to learn and to proclaim what he has found. But all teaching, all learning, all activity has been directed toward one end—the making of an educated person who has learned to ask "Why?” and who will be satisfied with nothing less than the best answer that can be given.The River Falls CampusAdministration................28 Agriculture.................. . . 30 Arts Si Sciences..............82 Education.....................42 Special Services..............46Administration Business Office ROBERT BROCK Director B.S., University of Tennessee; M.A., George Peabody Teachers College. NANCY KNAAK Associated Dean of Students B.S.. M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University. james McLaughlin Dean B.S., Eastern Michigan University; M.A., Ed.D., University of Michigan. KENNETH MOORE Assistant Business Manager. 28RICHARD DELORIT Dean B.S., Wisconsin Stale College at River Falls; M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin MELVIN GERMANSON Registrar Director of Admissions B.B.A., University of Wisconsin CLETUS HENRIKSEN Business Manager B. J. ROZEHNAL Dean of Students B.M., M.M., Northwestern University L. GORDON STONE Dean B.A.. State Teachers College. Valley City. N. Dak.; M.A.. Northwestern University; Ph.D.. New York University WAYNE WOLFE Assistant to the President B.A.. DePauw University; M.A.. Ph.D.. Indiana University 29GERHARDT BOHN Associate Professor B.S., Wisconsin State College at River Falls; M.S., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. JAMES DOLLAHON Associate Professor B.S., New Mexico State University; M.S., Ph.D.. University of Florida. LUTHER H1LTERBRAND Assistant Professor B.S., M.Ed.. Ph.D., University of Missouri. MARVIN THOMPSON Professor B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Iowa State University. R. VERN ELEFSON Assistant Professor B.S., University of Missouri. THORVALD THORESON Professor B.S., Wisconsin State College at River Falls; B.S.E.E., University of Wisconsin; M.S., University of Minnesota. 30School of Agriculture JOHN FOSS Assistant Professor B.S., Wisconsin State College at River Falls; M.S., University of Minnesota. RUSSELL GERBER Associate Professor B.S., Stout Institute; M.A., University of Minnesota. MELVIN WALL Professor B.S., Wisconsin State College at River Falls; M.S.. Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin. RAYMOND WALL Instructor B.E., Wisconsin State College at River Falls; M.S.. University of Minnesota. LELAND WITTWER Associate Professor B.S., Michigan State University; M.S., Ph.D.. Cornell University. 31WILLIAM ABBOTT Professor B.M., Baker University; M.M., Northwestern University; Ph.D., Indiana University. WILLIAM AMMERMAN Associate Professor B.S., Pennsylvania State University; M.A., M.F.A.. State University of Iowa. VIRGINIA AKINS Professor B.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. RAYMOND ANDERSON Associate Professor B.S., Moorhead State College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Arts ROBERT BAILEY III Associate Professor B.A., Talladega College; M. A., Birmingham University, England; Ph.D., University of Utrecht, Holland. 32Sciences EARL ALBERT Associate Professor B.A., State College, Wayne Nebr.; M.S., University of Nebraska. ELIZABETH ALLEN Instructor B.A., Seattle Pacific College; M.A., Louisiana State University. MARY BARRETT Assistant Professor B.A., Michigan State University; M.S., University of Wisconsin; M.F.A., Cran-brook Academy of Art. ROBERT BECK Assistant Professor B.S., University of Nebraska. ROBERT BERG Associate Professor B.A., University of Redlands, Calif.; M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. 33JACK BOSTRACK Assistant Professor B.A., Wartburg College; M.S.. Ph.D., University of Wisconsin JOHN BROWN Assistant Professor B.S.. Black Hills Teachers College; M.A.. Stanford University BLANCHE DAVIS Professor B.Ed.. Illinois State Normal University; M.A.. State University of Iowa; Ph.D., Columbia University LOIS BOWMAN Instructor B.A., Wheaton College; Northwestern University DONALD BROD Instructor B.A., Southeast Missouri State College; M. A., University of Missouri WALTER BUNGE Instructor B.S.. M.S., University of Wisconsin ROBERT CALENTINE Assistant Professor B.A.. M.A.. State College of Iowa; Ph.D.. Iowa State University CONRAD DeJONC Assistant Professor B.M.. North Texas State College; M.M., Indiana University MARY DeJONG Instructor B.M.. Eastman School of Music; M.M., Indiana UniversityArts Sciences JAMES BROWN Instructor B.A.. Simpson College: M.S.. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor. iml MB b a m B{ tfcgj j i . IB I FRANCIS CHISHOLM Professor A.B.. Cornell University; M.A.. Ph.D.. Syracuse University. Jet lb J. DWIGHT DENNY Assistant Professor B.A.. William Penn College: B.S.. Iowa State University: M.A.. State University of Iowa. RICHARD CONDON Instructor B.A.. M.A.. University of Omaha. WALTER ENGLER Professor B.S.. M.A.. University of Minnesota: Ed.D.. Columbia University. RICHARD DARR Associate Professor A.B.. Midland College; M.A.. PhD.. University of Nebraska. DONALD FAIRLIE Instructor B.S.. M.S.. Northwestern University. 55DONALD FRYE Assistant Professor B.A., M.A., Bucknell University; B.D., Garrett Biblican Institute; Ph.D., Northwestern University C. LYLE HANSON Instructor A.A., Graceland College; B.S., M.S., Iowa State University B. H. KETTELKAMP Professor A.B., A.M., University of Kansas: Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh JAMES GLENNEN Associate Professor B.A., University of Akron; M.A., Western Reserve University; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania MARION HAWKINS Associate Professor B.S., Wisconsin State College at River Falls; M.S., University of Wisconsin wm IRVING HALL Instructor B.A., Pacific Lutheran University; M.S., University of Minnesota JOHN HILL Assistant Professor B.S., Middle Tennessee State College; M.S., Ph.D., University of Arkansas CHAUNCEY KING Associate Professor Mus. B., American Conservatory, Chicago; M.S., Northwestern University JAMES KING Assistant Professor A.B., Hastings College; A.M., Ph.D., University of Nebraska 3 6Arts Sciences LILLIAN GOUGH Professor BA., M-A-, PhJ).. University of Buffalo, PAUL H0CHST1M Associate Professor B.S.S.. City College of New York; M.A., Ph.D., New York University. JAMES ISSOS Instructor A.B., Birmingham Southern M.S.. Auburn University- ERNST JURGENS Professor B.A., M.A., Ph.D., State University of Iowa. MARTIN LAAKSO Assistant Professor B.Ed.. Winona Teachers College; M.S., Montana State College; Ph.D., University of Minnesota. JOHN LANKFORD Assistant Professor A.B., Oberlin College; M.S., Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin. WILUAM LARSEN Instructor B.A., M.A., University of Arizona. 37EARL LEWIS Assistant Professor B.S.. Wisconsin State College at La Crosse; M.A.. State University of Iowa. VERA MOSS Professor A.B., Western State University, Mich.; M.A., University of Michigan. STEPHEN PARKER Instructor B.A., Ohio University; M.A.. M.F.A., State University of Iowa. CATHARINE LIENEMAN Professor B.A.. University of Nebraska; M.A.. Washington University; Ph.D., University of Nebraska. PETER MUTO Associate Professor B.S., Wisconsin State College at Stevens Point; M.Ed., Phillips University. JOSEPHINE PATEREK Assistant Professor B.S., University of Wisconsin; M.A.. Ph.D., University of Minnesota. EUGENE MAIER Assistant Professor A.B., Aorian College; S.T.B.. Boston University; Ph.D.. University of Chicago. WALTER NOTTINGHAM Instructor B.S.. M.S., St. Cloud State College. EDWARD PETERSON Professor B.A., M.A.. Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. 38Arts Sciences LYLE OLESON Associate Professor B.S., Wisconsin State College at Eau Claire; M.A., Ball State Teachers College. 2 ifc ROBERT PIONKE Instructor B.A., M.A., University of Southern Illinois. JOHN OOSTENDORP Assistant Professor B.A., M.A., State University of Iowa. ROBERT POLZIN Assistant Professor B.Ed., Wisconsin State College at Whitewater. JOHN MOSHER Assistant Professor B.A., M.A., University of Illinois. ALWIN PARKER Associate Professor B.S., Northwestern State College of Louisiana; M.S., Ph.D., Louisiana State University. GERALD RANDOLPH Associate Professor B.A., Drake University; M.A.. State University of Iowa; Ph.D., Florida State University. 39Arts Sciences WAYNE SUKOW Instructor B.A., Wisconsin State College at River Falls; M.S., Case Institute ofTechnology KURT WILD Assistant Professor B.S., University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee; M.F.A., Cranbrook Academy of Art RICHARD SWENSEN Professor B.A., Wartburg College; Ph.D.. State University of Iowa SANFORD SYSE Instructor B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin JAMES WINJUM Instructor B.B.A., M.S., University of Minnesota ELLIOT WOLD Assistant Professor B.M., Concordia College; M.M., University of Wisconsin 41ROBERT SAMAROTTO Instructor B.A.. M.A., University of Illinois JAMES SAMPSON Instructor B.A., Albion College; M.A.. Michigan State University JOSEPH SCHWEBEL Instructor B.A., Sl Mary's College; M.A.. University of Minnesota LAWRENCE SCOTT Instructor B.S., M.S., Kansas State University THEODORE SETTERQUIST Associate Professor B.A., Carleton College; M.A., Uni veraily of Wisconsin GILBERT SMITH Professor B.A., Oklahoma City University; M.B.A., Boston University; Ph.D., University of Nebraska WILMA THORESON Faculty Assistant B.S., Wisconsin State College at River Falls LOUIS TYLER Instructor B.A., M.A., University of Wisconsin ROBERT UTLAUT Instructor A.B., Central College; A.M.. Boston University 40School of PHILIP ANDERSON Professor B.S., Wisconsin State College at Stevens Point; M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. OWEN BERGSRUD Associate Professor B.A., Luther College; M.A., University of Iowa. ANN DUBBE Associate Professor B.S., M.A., University of Minnesota. HOWARD BRENTNER Instructor B.A., Mississippi College, Clinton, Miss.; M.S.. Northern Illinois University. ALAN EVANS Assistant Professor B.S., M.A., South Dakota State College. DANIEL BROWN Associate Professor B.S., Wisconsin State College at Eau Claire; M.Ed., Wisconsin State College at Superior; Ed.D. University of Kansas. WILFRED HARRIS Professor B.E., University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee; M.Ph., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. I f 42Education GWYNN CHRISTENSEN Instructor B.S.. M.S.. University of Wisconsin. MARILYN HINSON Assistant Professor B.S., Western New Mexico University; M.S.. Indiana University. JO ANN ASSELBORN Instructor B.A., Marquette University. LEONA COOPER Instructor B.S.. National College of Education; M.S., Northwestern University. MARY DOUGHERTY Instructor B.S., Wisconsin State College at River Falls. NICHOLAS JADINAK Associate Professor B.S.. University of Minnesota; M.S., University of Idaho. LELAND JENSEN Associate Professor BS.. Wisconsin State College at La Crosse; M.S.. Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin. 45LLOYD JOHNSON Faculty Assistant B.S.. Wisconsin State College at River Falk; M.A.. State College of Iowa. EDWARD KAISER Instructor B.S., M.S.. Fort Hays Kansas State College. ROWLAND KLINK School Principal BS., MS., Kansas State Teachers College. Pittsburg. Kans.; Ed.D., Indiana University. j 1 LS ROSS KORSGAARD Assistant Professor B.A., Dakota Wesleyan University; M.A.. University of South Dakota; Ed.D.. University of Nebraska. ROBERT KRUEGER Associate Professor B.S.. Wisconsin State College at River Falls; M.A.. University of Minnesota. MARY LERSCHEN Instructor B.S.. University of Minnesota. J. MARK PERRIN Associate Professor B.S.. Alton Illinois College: M.S.. University of Illinois; Ed.D.. University of North Dakota. WILLIAM ROMOSER Assistant Professor B.S.. M.S.. Stout State College; M.A.. Ed.D., University of Denver. EDWARD SELDEN Associate Professor B.S.. Wisconsin State College at Superior; M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. 44Education OPAL KNOX Associate Professor B.A., Iowa State College; M.A.. University of Iowa. SUE MAURER Instructor B.S., Eastern Illinois State College; M.E., University of Illinois. ALLAN SIEMERS Professor B.S.. M.S.. University of Wisconsin; Ed.D., Stanford University. FLORINE MILBRATH Instructor B.S.. Stout State College. NAUNDA TIETZ Instructor B.A.. Wisconsin Slate College at Eau Claire; M.A., University of Minnesota. DONALD PAGE Assistant Professor B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin. SHARON WILLIS Instructor B.S., Southern Illinois University. 45Chalmer Davee Library AUDREY ADAMS Instructor B.A., M.A., University of Wisconsin. RICHARD COOKLOCK Head Librarian M.A., University of Wisconsin. AMY FULLER Assistant Professor B.E., Wisconsin State College at River Falls; B.A., University of North Carolina. CLIFFORD FORTIN CUDRUN HOIDAHL Associate Professor Associate Professor B.S.. M.A.. University of Minnesota. LYON LEE Librarian B.A.. Chung Chi College. Hong Kong; M.A.. George Peabody College. 46Special Services NEIL BARRON Chief Engineer KENNETH FRIDSMA Instructor B.S., Calvin College; M.A., Michigan State University. DARLENE JOHNSON Instructor B.S., Stout State College. WILLIAM MANNING Instructor B.A., M.A., Michigan State University; Ph.B., St. Jerome's College. if I AMY NELSON Nurse R.N., Abbott Hospital School of Nursing. CARL WILLIS Instructor B.S., University of Southern Illinois; M.Ed University of Illinois.0 R G A N 1 Z A T I O N S Scholastic.......................50 Social...........................07 —— -1 '• l m JRow I: Morgan Graham. Gene Smith. Mary McEwen, Larry Felte . Fran O'Connell. Row 2: Vince DiSalva. Haney Slower. Hampton Wilmot. Kenneth Lee. Tom Schaffer. John Hansen. Student Senate THE STUDENT SENATE consists of eleven members elected by the student body. Through weekly meetings the group strives to promote the best interests of the college and to develop a spirit of cooperation and fellowship throughout the school. STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL, the coordinating body for all campus organizations, is composed of all student organization presidents. SAC discusses student ideas and needs, and refers campus problems to the Senate. Student Advisory Council Row I; John Hansen. Hampton Wilmot, JoAnn Olson. Dolores Dahl, Phyllis Dorgan. Jan Arbogast, Shari Springer. Joanne Reetz. Row 2: John Bruce. Fredric Markus, Gene Smith, Larry Feltes, Harv Slower, Stuart Swenson, Maren Thoreson, Jerry Swedish, Tom Schaffer, Garry Steele, Larry Baker. 50Foundation Committee — Row I: Gene Smith. Joan Chelmo. Mary Andersen. Mary Jo Eckholm. Harvey Slower. Row 2: Larry Feltes. Marlin White. Mary Ellen McEwen. James Feltes. John Hansen. STUDENT FOUNDATION COMMITTEE serves as a liaison between students, faculty and alumni in their goals to promote campus spirit and improve college reputation. The group promotes an annual developmental project. SOCIAL COMMITTEE coordinates all campus social activities by sponsoring and co-sponsoring traditional events and initiating new activities to the campus. 51 Social Committee — Row I: Ann Hciting. Brenda Finses. Ccorganne Schaffer. Abigail Crasser. Row 2: Richard Zuke. John Webb. Douglas Dube. Lane Esswein. Vince Di Salvo.SCGB - Row I: Rita Lenscllnk. Harriet Lansing, Mary Andersen, Brenda Finscs, Betty Paulsen. Row2: Fred Markus, Gene Smith. John Froseth, Wayne Sieboid, Dean Ringgcr, Edwin Churchill. Falcon Film Society: Tom Vest and Tom Bracks. STUDENT CENTER GOVERN-ING BOARD establishes policies and objectives for the Student Center and works to provide a recreational program for the students, faculty and alumni. AWS EXEC BOARD provides student government for coeds and promotes culture and social activities on campus. AWS Board — Row I: Dolores Dahl, Pam Gustafson, Maren Thoreson, Carol Christensen, Joanne Reetz. Row 2: Mary Loeber, Susan Dahl, Heidi Flucgcr, Sandra Johnson. Joanne Olson, Barbara Beeler, Jan Arbogast. Ann Heiting. 52THE CHEERLEADERS attend all college athletic events, creating school spirit and loyalty. This year the four members of the yell squad expanded their activities to sponsoring campus social events. Clockwise: Judy Rein. Judi Hilsiad. Mary Balfanz, Diane Howard. Director Vince Di Salvo waits to present roses to the cheerleaders at the last basketball game in appreciation for their work. Falcon Cheerleaders Receiving their flowers are Diane Howard. Mary Balfanz. Judi Hilsiad. and Judy Rein. 53HATHORN HALL COUNCIL — Row I: Dolores Dahl, Karen Fox. Jan Arbogasi, Rulh Tjelta, Joanne Reetz, Ann Heiting. Row 2: Barbara Waxon, Beverly Froselh, Sandie Johnson, Jeanette Winger, Jean Cassellius, Linda Wickard, Cleo Goers, Vickie Wiesner, Linda Holcomb, Bonnie Harms. MAY HALL COUNCIL — Row I: John Kammes, Ray Secrist, Jerry Swedish, Tod Planer. Row 2: Hollis Beede, Bruce Rossing, Allen Parsons, Ward Winton, Alan Zimmerman, Robert Brown, Dennis Johnson, Marlyn Wendof, Jim Oakland. 54PRUCHA HALL COUNCIL — Row I: Jam' Hughe . Ralph Tjeka, Vince Krsaenich. Re Paulsen. Paul Jahnke, Dou Dube. Row 2: Pal Cunnin ham. Dennis Muller. Larry Prochnow. Dick Miller. Sian Johnson. Bob Mar enau. Frederick McKenzie. Chuck Overbeck, Tom Baumen. Dorm Councils DORM COUNCILS meet weekly to discuss residents problems, plan social activities and further better dorm relations. Floor representatives and dorm officers compose the councils, who are advised by resident counselors. STRATTON HALL COUNCIL — Row I: Mick Moe. Bob Linaberry. Bill Beckwith. Rodney Brown. Sanders Howse. Row2: Chuck Ja linski. James Thews. Vernon Andren. Donald Steffen, Laverne Cook. Tom Chicilo. 55SIGMA CHI SIGMA — Row I: Mary Czekalski, Sleph Baker. Harriet Mathison. Diane Fancier. Heidi Flucger. Mavis Grover. Jeon Moen. Jnnct Steen, Rita Lensilink, Vickie Szczech. Row 2: Karen Haddow, Pam Gustafson, Caroiyn Schumaker. Maren Thoreson, Dolores Dahl. Sharon Cook, Pat Cotter, Janet Cox, Diane Delorit, Carole Crisler. Row 3: Carol Christensen, Chris Sommerville, Barb Larson, Cathy Linden. Ardys Hanson, JoAnn Olson. Sandra Senechal, Helen Avery, Louise Ficbig, Joan Chelmo, Gina I.aVenture, Alice Lcwerenz, Judy Engstrom, Sharon Berg, Kathy Bixby, Jan Albrigtson, Miss D.M. Johnson, Miss Elizabeth Allen. Honor Societies PI KAPPA DELTA - Kae Walker. Vince DiSalvo. J. Oostendorp. HONOR SOCIETIES invite possess high academic standing The societies promote sociability, college, and stimulate scholar 56KAPPA DELTA PI — Row I: Carol Christensen. Mary Harcey. Carolyn McKenna. Nancy Haller. Ruth Tjelta. Dolores Dahl. Row2: Don Nelson. Sharon Cook. Joan Chelmo. JoAnn Olson. Patty Kraft. Marion Hopkins. Marilyn Moll. Don Tradell. Margaret Lindrll. Row 3: Chris I-aska. Dean Hauschildt. Maren Thoreson. Ozz Hagen. Sam Nelson. Walter Culver. Heidi Flueger. Karen Haddotv. Harriet Aanrslad. Jan Aibrigtson. Dr. Siemers. BETA BETA BETA — Row I: Cheryl O'Flanagan. Karen Olson. Diane Delorit. Marvelle Buetlner. Jeanette Coll man. Kae Walker. Jack M. Bostrack. Row 2: Dean Hauschildt, Kent D. Keenlyne. Vernon Anderson. Richard Fossum. David Rahas. Lloyd Nelson. Ronald Leitner. Doug Sumner. Jamie Swanson. Richard Filings tad. Myron Jackson. Denis Plummer. Thomas Goff. students to membership if they and desirable personal traits, culture, and service to the ship. ALPHA PSI OMEGA - Row I: Mavis Grover. Beverly Roth. Anne Kingsbury. Ron 2: Tom Bracks and Dave Frazer. 57PHI Nli CHI — Row I: Bob Pritchard. Donnie White. Reno Rizzo. Harvey Ankley. Nick Jadinak. B. J. O'Sullivan. Benhardt Meant . Cary Ja-sicki. Row 2: Iraj Amir Arjomant). Sanders Howse. Robert Brown. Don Thompson. Bob Somerville. Morgan Graham. Jerry McKenzie. Don Enge-b ret son. Mickey Olson. Robert Bailey. Row 3: Donald Gilbert. William Murphy. James Kallas. Howard Petersen. Peter Falkman. I.arry Green-wold. Ronald Greenquitl. Dan Madison. John Rubin. KAPPA THETA — Row I: Cal Caturia. Bruce Schmiling. Rov Olson. Wayne Siebold. Bob Rotenbrook. Jerry Haeg. Dean Kinggcr. Bob Machacck. Row 2: Victor Londo. Vince Di Salvo. Richard Plumb. Lane Esswein. I.arry Wall. Doug Best, Tom Bosman. Gurry Casement. Glen Isaksson. James Clark. Geruld Jenson. Donald Stocldey. Stew Peterson. Dr. Frye. Dr. Brown. SIGMA TAU EPSILON — Row I: John Horter. Terry Hess. Lurry Baker. Tom Hetznecker. Ron Balir. Bob I.inuberry. Row 2: Joe Valenta, Don Rucdv, Marian Legare, Jon Webb. Ken Kjer. John Jacobs. John Terruno, Dave Balke, Dave Jensen. Paul Kajski. W. B. Larsen. SIGMA RHO - Row 1: Gerald Holt, Clive Edinger.Terence Anderson, Bruce Larson. John Bcrgene. Neil Ihrke. Row 2: Jim Spindler. Doug Thompson, Tim Tangeman. Phil Thurston. Wayne Henricksen. Jim McLaughlin. Larry McCormack. Bob Thoreson. 58Greeks THE GREEKS were organized in ihe spring quarter of 1963, and now total four fraternities and three sororities. The groups promote campus social activities and school spirit. The Greek Letter Council oversees Greek activities. GREEK LETTER COUNCIL - Row I: Reno Rizzo. Melodie Sweeney. Carol Peterson. Pam Armbruster. Jean Olson. Mary Jane Blakesley. John Hansen. Row2: Donald Ruedry. Bob Machacek. Wayne Siebold. Harlan I.cgare. Howard Petersen. Wayne Henriksen. Larry McCormack. Robert Brock. DELTA IOTA CHI — Row I: Renie Peach. Barbara Anflnson. Barbara Lewis, Pam Armbruster. Diane Dclorit. Jane Nelson. Row 2: Colle-n Goodell. Judy Kranz. Beverly Enloe. Becky Junkman. Chris Laska. Loretta Knoepber. Pat Isaac. Joanne Klecker. PHI DELTA THETA — Row I: Mary Cook, i.ourie Overholt. Shari Springer. Louise Taylor. Ann Simons, Mary Loeber. June Peterson, Melody Sweeney. Row 2: Daisy McKinley. Marilyn Lewis. Heidi Flueger. Catherine Olin. Corinne Biltrich, Joanne Reetz. Carol Peterson, Marilyn Herkcn. Saudi Wallin. Mary Youngman. Mary Dougherty. Lois Bowman. KAPPA DELTA PSI - Row 1: Cherry Gray. Phyllis Dorgan, Sharon Berg. Betty Ingalls. Jean Olson. Mury Andersen. Chris Kapun. Barbura Lucas, Donna Olson. Row 2: Vickie Wiesner, Dianne Howard, Barb Waxon, Judy Starr, Faye Frank, Sharon Holden, Mary Hartwig. Jan Paulsen, Ardys Hanson. Mary Junker, Mary Blakesley, Kitty Cabanowski, Gigi Thompson, Advisor Hinson. 59AGRICULTURE groups on campus include the Agrifallian Society, Collegiate 4-H Club, and Future Farmers of America. These organizations promote fellowship and provide opportunities for student acquaintance with professional and vocational opportunities in the field of agriculture. Row I: Ed Mulhison, Tom Kurth, Roger DiUenbeck, Don Laib, Bruce Schmiling. Arlen Burke. Leon Wolfe, David Fernholz. Row2: Ronald Hendrickson, Gary Steele, Phil DeMunck. Sam Nelson, Raymond Fchlen, Thomas Socha, Galen Seipel, Bud Downing, Boh Weeks, Don Sobotta. Row 3: Don Rondeau, Frank Urbanz, Donald Steffen. Richard Weller, Don Grivna, Lloyd Nelson, John A. Froseth, Barry Steevens, Albert Schultz, James Bcahia, Eugene Romsos. Future Farmers of America Rote I: John Harter. Allen Evenson. Dale Romsos. Howard Kopecky, Fred Welly. Charles Poulter, Martin Tlachac. Row 2: Loren Wolfe. Allan Loney. LeRoy Meles, Chuck Kuhtz, Gary Beastrom. Bob Missling. Mel Shafel, Wayne Schmidt. Ronald Matz. James Koski. Row 3: Ken Sipple. Dan Laffe. George Brooks. Jim Michaels. Hank Truog, Wayne Schilling. Lee Jabs. Eric Nelson. David Running. Joe Valenta, Bruce Madison. Leif Gigstad. Row 4:Norman Olsen. David Herman, Orwoll Hagen. Richard Fossum. Doug Sumner. Oriand Olson. Dave Schaefer. Roger Williams. Orland Abel. Veri Verhulst, Lyle Hakes. Ralph McCaffery, Ronald Leitner. 60Row I: Glenn Lee. Larry Schneider. Pole LcMuy, Kathy Berg. David Schultz. Keith Grant. John Laakso. Row2: Francis Pacyga. Norman Johnson. Ahan Hoffman. Bruce Thiemke. Fred Remund. Bob MacGregor. George Ritter. James Blaha. L. S. Wittwer. Agrifallians Row I: Arthur Haas. Tod Planer. Roger Ncitzel, Paul Walker, Douglas Weber. Gerald Setter. Row 2: Stuart Sevenson. Bob Rosenbrook, Larry Johnson, Hank Van Dyk, Bill Gust. Bob Gust, Gabriel Zawanzki, Max Klecker. Howard Potter. Collegiate 4 - H Row I: Ken Sipple. Karen Romsos, Bill Gust, Eileen Rogers, I.eon Wolfe. Row 2: Dennis Johnson, Richard Weller, Bob Gust, Arlen Burke. Fred Remund. 61Pre - Law Club Row 1: Dona von Koch. Edwin Churchill. Keith Rodli. John McCough. John Bitney. Row 2: Paul Arncson, Mick Bannon. Ward Winton. Dan Anderson. Allen Webb. Robert Casselman. John Gilbert. Chem Club Row I: Richard Ellingstad, Clark Webster. Charles Broslrom. John Hansen. Charles Prescott. Ed Grcgorich, Gerald Dop-kins. Row 2: Richard Schlough. Donald Johnson, Gary Mauhik. I.arry Grccnwold, Frederic Schrocdor. Gary Hoschelte. Paul Setter. Robert Polzin. Physics Colloquium Row I: Earl Albert. Gerald Holt. James Anderson. Mate Szedlak. Wayne Sukow. Row2: Joseph Baker, Don Popowski, James Johnson. Yamanoto Masaham. A1 Skrock, Bill Welch. Don Froelich. Jerry Staiger. Gordon Cummings. 62Econ Club Row I: Leon Susa. Gerald Seller. Duane Anderson. Dave Frazer. Don Thompson. Gerald Hauge, John Huflcutt. Richard Sheppard. Richard Wahlslrom. Row 2: Dave Krenlz, Richard Longsdorf, Don Hueftle. John Pelersen. Bill Weimer, Larry Butler. James Kuhn. Bill Gusl. Henk Van Dyk. Barton Christenson, Gerald Valleen, Gilbert Smith. Math Club Row I: Ralph Tjelta, Marlys Rudi. Janet Steen. Christine Miller, Karen Romsos, Don Fraelich. Row 2: Joseph Baker, Dan Brandenstein. Gerald Holt, James Johnson. Roger Vanous, Oscar Skoug. Frank Brown. Gordon Cummings. Mr. Olson. 63PROFESSIONAL INTEREST GROUPS seek to stimulate individual and group research on topics of interest to students majoring in these subject areas. Field trips to area industrial and educational facilities are sponsored, and guest speakers are brought to the campus to discuss special topics. SNEA Row I: Karen Haddow, Sharon Cook, Louise Taylor, Carol Peterson, Dianne Baar, Carol Christensen, Virginia Feld, Sharon Norden, Estella Weinlein. Row 2: Ruth Tjelta, Harriet Mathison, Phyllis Dorgan, Nancy Kurschner, Sharon Andersen, Ardys Hanson, JoAnn Olson, Phillip Thurston. Richard Pariseau, James Clark, Vincent Kessenich, Fred Snyder, Bill Hickox, Howard Brentner. ACEI Row I: Judy Bonneville. Jan Cox, Carol Christensen. Mary Loeber. Barb Waxon, Sharon Swanson. Karen Fox. Dona Green. Ann Rciland. Karen Swanson. Row 2: Vickie Wiesner. Jackie Taylor, Mary Junker. Harriet Mathison. Nancy Kurschner. Marlyn Cummings. Gloria Hjelle, Mary Cze-kalski. Mae Seki. Judy Hofbauer. JoAnn Olson. Jean Miller. Martha Becker. Kay Simmons. Marcy Schouten. Joyce Organ. Ardys Hanson. Sue Maurer. MENC Row I: Wendy Wall. Diane Hagen. Jerilynn Ritchey, Kay Armstrong. Sharon Herdahl. Beth Hanson. Row 2: Rita Grethen. DeAn Wickboldt. Pal Phillips. Lois Johnson. Dale Larson. Gwen Gerberding. Sandra Senechal. William Abbott. 64Psych Glib Row I: Sharon Andersen, Shari Springer, Sharon Norden, Virginia I'eld, Karen Romaos, Judy Honncville, Donna Schiefelbein. Sharon Cook, Carol Christensen. Row 2: Walter Warren, Karen Haddow. Denny DcSmith. Carol Peterson. Patricia Henneman, Cary Johnson. Louise Taylor. Jan Albrigtson, Robert Thompson. Larry Tiela, Pam Gustafson. Row 3: Curtis Cree, Michael Weiser. Victor Londo, Don Hueftle, Douglas Unsing. Peter Falkman. Dick Kammerud, Carlyn BryngeUon. Rodney Brown. Daniel Hegman. Jim Beaudry, Dean Blegen, Duane Anderson. Dr. Edro Selden. Die Deutsche Gesellschaft Row I: Mary McEwen. Carol Walker. Virginia While. Row 2: E. F. Jurgens. Pal FuBer. Rogers George. NCTE Row I: Ruth Tjcha, Joyce Organ. Dolores Dahl. Mary Hartwig. Row 2: Vicki Graham. Morgan Graham, Ron Anderson, Cy Durand. Maren Thore-son. Mary Ciekalski. 65Demosthenians Row I: Larry Schneider, Roger Neitzel, Loren Wolfe, Ken Sipple, Sam Nelson, Pete Gierok, Bob Anibas, Dale Romsos. Galen Scipcl. Tod Planer, Leon Wolfe, Tom Kurth. Row 2: Arthur Haas, Ralph Ginsbach, Lloyd Nelson. Marlin White. Dave Schaefer, Leon Susa, Frank Urbanz, Phillip Thurston, Norman Olsen, Stuart Swenson, Gerald Setter. Forensics Row I: Faye Frank, Vicki Graham, Kae Walker. Bonnie Harms. Row 2: Leon Susa. Nancy Grimm, Vince DiSalvo. 66ATHLETIC ORGANIZATIONS promote athletic activities and student interest in sports, and honor college athletes. The groups assist in informing students interested in physical education of advancements in teaching athletics. Row I: Nate Landrum. Don Nelaon, Oscar Skoug, Holland Ricck, Gary Burke, Art Piehl, Bob Pritchard, Glen MacNaughton. Row2: Mike Callies, Tom Bosman, Larry Madsen, Bill Swartz, Larry Felles, Gary Rare, Henry Sukaw, Oriand Olson, Roger Oestreich, Mick Brandstatter. R - Club Row I: Ed Gregorich, Phil DcMunck, Wayne Bauch, Bob Somerville, Dennis Langsos, Ed Gauske. Reno Rizzo, Leif Gigstad. Roger Dillenbeck. Red Ragatz. Phil Waller. Row 2: Chuck Waiuode, Harvey Ankley, John Nelson, Rich Pariseau. Doug Dube. Mickey Olson. Tom Sempf. Bill Murphy. Ken Lee, Lloyd Nelson. Vem Boettcher, Dave Wirlola. 67WRA Row I: Kay Simmons, Joanne Reelz, Sylvia Wears, Carol Cahanes, Janet Zaspcl, Judy Roenz, Alice Lewerenz, Donna Hughes, Sharon White. Row 2: Judy Norderhaug, Karen Swanson. Ruth Speich, Kathy O'Mera, Cleo Goers. Judy Markgren, Joan Chclmo, Regina LaVcnture, Sharon Hoberg, Jacki Boyer, Marilyn Lewis, Patty Kahl, MIcodie Sweeney, Jean Miller, Barbara Kahobka. Mary Johnson. PEM Club Row I: Judy Hillstead, Mary Shaw, Ruth Speich, Kay Simmons, Sharon Kane. Eleanor Balke, Elaine Morrison, Joyce Martin, Joanne Reetz. Row 2: LcRoy Nelson, Ted Feiting, Ted Ragatz, Rich Pariseau, Bill Swartz. Ken Lee. James Clark, Donald Neste, Burt Carlson, Frank Brown, Bill Hickor. Ben Bergsrud. 68Judo Club Row I: Rogers George, Pel Fuller. Bub Uchytil. Marlyn Wendorf. Row 2: Pamela Gustafson. Fred Olker, Vem Altmann. Patricia Henneman. Diane Giese. Joan Anderson. Orchesis Row I: Arlvs Timm. Row 2: Donna Hughes. Janet Griffey, Norma Firzjarrcll, Sue Nystrom. Row 3: Rod Norrish, Laurel Funk, Dick Plumb. Synchopaters Row I: Mary Youngman. Ginger Townsend. Betty Potter. Cathy Unden. Heidi Fluecer. Steph Baker. Susan Jahn. Row 2: Pat Schmansk. Vicki Graham. Uurie Overboil. Joanette Fellman. Cleo Goers. Suzanne Nystrom. Mary Cbatterton. Elena Fleck. Marilyn Hinson. 69POLITICAL GROUPS provide an opportunity to discuss political viewpoints on campus. The groups work to help elect state candidates, participate in conventions, and sponsor an annual Grassroots Political Conference. Young Republicans Row I: Howard Kopechy. Curtis Crcc. Daniel Hegman, Duane Anderson. N. Roger Chapin. Don Hueftle. Hollis Beede. Dennis Ryan. Row 2: Bud Dawning. David Sartori. Alien Webb. Waller Cabanski. George Brooks. John Cegielski, LeRoy Meles. John Gilbert. Vickie Wiesner. Diane Giese. Pamela Gustafson. Ed Churchill. Row 3: David Herman. Dan Anderson. Richard Weller. John Natzke, Wayne Weiss. David Frazer. Don Richmond. VeH Verhulst. Wayne Schilling. Ward Winton. Harvey Slower. 70Row I: Janet Melchert, Sharon Baldeshwiler, June Wanish, Carol House), Dona Green, Nina Olson, Nancy Grimm. Elizabeth Munz, Alana Schaar, Frank Zycot, Art Stocberl. Row 2: Greg Ziegeweid, Kristin Engelbreth, Jane Churchill, Sharon Irwin, Nancy Luther, Mary Hyde. Doris Raasch. Ted Felting, Jackie Taylor, Sheila Hillary, Corinne Bittrich, Barb Larson. Marilyn Berken, Janet Dzubay, Mary Johnson. Pat Kelly, John Lyga. Leroy Ninncmann. Row 3: Allan Edwins, Edmond Frenette, Wayne Henriksen. Frank Urbanz, Ed Coyle, Carol Binkowski, Maren Thoreson. Richard Erickson, Cy Durand, John Natzke, Douglas Weber, Arlen Burke, Paul A meson, Ray Anderson, Richard K. Darr, Terence Anderson. Young Democrats Row I: Roger Vanout. David Sartori, Douglas Thompson. Gary Hoschette. Gerald Holt. Clive Edinger, Joe Valenta. Row 2: Vince DiSalvo. Vic Londo. Michael Wriser. Wayne Weiss. Denny DeSmith. Carl Giese, Eugene Schulte, David Pederson. Wayne Iverson. Row3: Bob Anibas. Barry Steevens. Gerald Thiemke, Norman Olsen. Leo Binkowski. Bob Gust. John Petersen. Henk VanDyk. Bill Gust, Ralph Ginsbach. 71RELIGIOUS GROUPS meet every Tuesday evening to further Christian fellowship and education by discussing aspects of Christian faith and life. Students of similar convictions are brought together into fellowships for spiritual and social activities. Baptist Youth Fellowship Row I: Erma Grecno, Jacki Bayer, Cheryl Oslanagan, Geraldine Oswald, Judy Varing, Susan Jahn. Roberta Kahl. Row 2: Lyle Hakes. Charles Heller, Wayne Schilling, Richard Fossum, Donna Schiefelbein, Roger Johnson. William Arndt. George Brooks, Gene Green. Covenant Club Row I: Marlyce Stunke), Kathy O'Mera. Kathy Gustafson. Row 2: Donald Stellrecht, Rev. Gene Danielson. Canterbury Club Row I: Mary Cook, Pat Parnell, Marlene GiQsbeck, Mary Rusch. Row 2: Pat Cook, Jan Booth, Ward Winton, Richard Condon, Rev. C. R. Dahlen. 72LSA Row I: Ann Simon . Marly Rudi. Pamela Gustafson, Susan Dahl. Joan Anderson, Sharon Hoberg. JoAnn Olson. Karen Romso . Judy Markgren, Lois Johnson. Row 2: Orwald Hagen. Oscar Skoug. Jim Oakland, Beth Hanson, Duane Larson. Ralph Tjelta. Keith Swenson. Row 3: June Peterson, Sharon Norden. Mary Loeber. Patricia Phillips, Beverly Froscth. Linda Wigcher . Mary Larson. Judy Nordcrhaug, Janet Steen, Mary Youngman, Dolores Dahl. Ron 4: Wayne Hanson. Robert Weeks. Ernest Jensen. Keith Grant, David Pederson. Lc Roy Nelson. Edward Mathison. David Barber. Wayne Iverson. Donald Nelson. Row S: Fred Remund. Warren Wilson, Stan Johnson. Kenneth Scboch, David Kringie. David Schaefer. Larry Johnson. Richard Wahlstrom. Stuart Swenson. Warren Olson. Samuel Nelson. Gamma Delta 73 Row I: Janice Holen, Sandra Senechal. Gloria Hiatt. Row 2: Tod Planer. Roger Neitzel. Allan Volz, Gay-land Luedke. Bud Downing.Row I: Judi Hills lead. Donna llausl, Sharon Kane, Ann Rciland, Ann Schleicher. Mary Jo Kckholm, Jean Casscllius. Elizabeth Munz, Marcia Olson. Virginia Feld. Anita Roessler, Beverly Schaffer. Wow 2: Eileen Rogers. Laura Marek. Linda Johnson. Joyce Meuwissen. Susan Lindgren. Sharon Baldeshwiler. Sharon Irwin. Kilty Cahanowski. Kathleen Kurst. Catherine Olin. Donna Davidson. Joan Nelson. Valcriu Nelson. Row 3: Vince Di Salvo. James Gargulak, Craig Sticht, Naval Faasl. Edward Kanncl. Edward Kraft. Daniel l.affe. Curtis Weber. Jaems Baier. Tom Auth. Steve Rhicl, George Baubeau. Eddie Gregorich, Robert Bodsherg, Marian Hawkins. Fred Higgens, Dave Armbrustcr. Arthur Stoeberl. Larry McCormack. Row 4: Morgan Graham, Gary Cook, Fat Cunningham, Bub Uchytil, Carl Kozak, Donald Popowski, Gary Kleckcr. Philip Betzcl. Ronald Lcitncr, Donald Richmond, Mike Obradovich. Hank Truog. John Turcheneske, Marlin Tlachac. Valden Madsen, Joe Jilek. John McGough. Edward Hebert, Larry Fcltes. Newman Club Row I: Mary Kelly. Kaye Barrett. Mary Grover. Rose Schmit. Marilyn Berken, Corinne Bittrich, Mary Chatterton. Susan Heibcl. Maureen O’Connor. Judy Bonneville. Row 2: Jim Bartlett. John Bruce, Richard Zuke. Chuck Kuhtz. Denny DeSmith. Loren Wolfe. Peter Gierok, John Podo-lak. Douglas Weber. Jerry Staiger. John Hansen. Jim Venhor. Leon Wolfe. Row 3: David Fernhaly, Donald Laib. William Hanson. John Huffcutt. Vince Kessenich. Matthew Corshy. Donald Steffen. Bruce Neuenfeldt. Mark Quade. Gabriel Zawadzki. Max Kleckcr. Frank Zych. William Hoffman, Donald Sobotta. 74Wesley Foundation Row I: Harvey Slower, Marvin Dunn. Barbara Campbell. Dick Plumb. Belly Poller. Rev. Richard Truitt. Row 2: Daisy McKinley, Myrna McKinley. Jay Hayden, Franklin Blodgett. Howard Poller, Richard Wall, Dell Max. Roy Hart. UCCF Row !: Sandra Phillips, Joan Chelmo, Pal Fuller. Susan Houck. Barbara Kepner. Row2: Rogers George, Marlin While. Doug Sumner. Lyle Hakes, Roger Vanous, James Schneider. 75Foreign Students Row I: Frederick McKenzie, Teresa Kownkka, Massood Seyedin, Marion Hawkins, John Bruce, Chris Kapun, Pal Parnell. Row2: Hashem Amin, Daniel McFarlanc, Assilberl Ogittcns, Matthew Cokshu, Masaharu Yamamoto, Kim Hairyong, Bruce Bohlool, I raj Amir Aijomand. Opportunities for fellowship and friendship among students who have the common bond of having served in the armed forces or being bom in foreign countries are provided by the Vet’s Club and FSA. Vets’ Club Row I: Bruce Mitchell, Robert Haugen, Gregory Van Dyke, William Stewart. Roger Crandall, Nick Jadinak, Duke Monchilovich, Greg Steffen, Row 2: Phillip Thurston, Daniel Hegman, Donald Popowski, Jim Steiner. Donald Monson, Harold Moline, Mike Obradovich, Terry Christianson, John Hanson, Ronald Cummings, Mike Fortney, Roger Dubois, Jerry Nickell. 76Recreational opportunities with students who possess similar extra-curriculum interes provided by the Ski Club and Chess Club. Practice is provided at weekly meetings and annu events. Ski Club s. RciticM. John Rorv,ck Row I: Dennis Regele, Diane Ciese. Mike Obradovich. Georganne Schaffer, Jim Bartlell. Judy Klimmek. Row2: Dennis Ward Winlon, Ken Kjer. Darrell Karl. Thomas Root. Jerry Swedish. Chess Club 77 Row I: Susan Houck. Roger Vanous. Joan Anderson. Row 2: Russ Lee. Wayne Funk.MASQUERS promotes the dramatic arts on campus by sponsoring theatrical productions, assisting professional companies that play here, and attending professional performances. Row I: Kathy Kilbride. Sandra Phillips, Barb Kcpner, Anne Kingsbury. Mavis Grover. Vicki Graham. Row 2: James Laatch. Tom Vest. Chris Becker, Dave Frazier. Steve Hay, Barb Larson. Bob McGregor. Phil Foster. Dennis Rcgclc, Barry Iverson, Sanford Syse. Masquers 78 Tom Bracks and David Gilstad practice for "Thurber Carnival."Concert Choir Row I: Jcri Ritchey, Arlouene Van Morn. Jcri Thompson, Sharon Swanson, Vicki Graham. Louise Ficbig. Carole May. Lois Johnson, Elliot Wold, Joan Chelmo, Nancy Larson. Beverly Froseth. Marilyn Cordes. Linda Neurer, Kathleen Kilbride. Row 2: Bethinne Sockness, Pat Cook. Kay Vincent, Colleen Goodcll. Betty Hermonson, Gwen Gcrberding. Susan Peno. Susan Jalin. Joan Ditlefson, Roberta Nelson. Wendy Wall, Sandra Senechal. Pat Phillips. Kay Armstrong, Mary 1-oeber. Row 3: Mury Cook. Daisy McKinley. Don Sobotla. Arthus Stoeberl, Jeff Hayden. Warren Wolfe. Denis Bastian. Lloyd Wilson. Dan Anderson. Doug Sumner. Norman Knuth, Richard Olsen, James Oakland. Gerald Solberg. Judy Nordenhaug. Linda Seipcl. Row 4: Janice Waxon. James Tanner, David Barber. Arthur Downing. Warren Olson. Carl Kozak. David Balkr. Warren Wilson. James Abasay. David Schaefer. Gerald Nickel). Warren Poquette. John Rorvick. F.ugene Fall. I-eRoy Nelson, Dale Rye, James Durand. Donna Haasl. Madrigals Row I: James Durand. Linda Seipel. James Oakland. Wendy Wall. Vicki Grahum, James Tanner. Jerilyn Ritchey. David Balke. Row 2: David Schaefer. Carole May. Wurren Kilson, Roberta Nelson. Elliot W'old. Bette Hermanson. Denis Bastian. Belli Sockness. Gerald Nickell. 79Symphonic Band Row I: Sharon Hcrdahl. Donna Haasl, Mary Junker, Judy Bonneville, Jan Cox. Row 2: Rita Greihen, Wilda Nilscsiucn, Kaihy Collins, John Hansen. Mavis Grover, Diane Hagen, Greg Hartman, Bruce Adams. Joyce Zappa. Row 3: Karen Romsos, Barbara Waxon, Janice Albrightson. Mary Maser, Marlene Grosbcck, Mary Hyde, David Maves, Susan Hahn. Bruce Rossing, Louis Widule, Joe Valenta, Dick Miller. Row 4: DeAn Wick-boldt, Carol Binkowski, Carol House), Gordy Myers. 80MUSIC ORGANIZATIONS provide opportunities to become further acquainted with the universal language of music. Student and faculty concerts add to the social enjoyment of the student body and community, and an annual tour enables campus musicians to entertain area schools. Row I: Gary Jasicki, Kay Collins, Dona Green, Jackie Taylor, Rogers George, Belly Ingalls. Joan Gausmann. Row 2: Ken Dado, Ray Soper, Dale Larson, Jim Michaels, John Painter, Gary Johnson. Donald Johnson, Vem Andren, Gene Amsi, A1 Skroch. Row3: David Anderson, Lloyd Wilson, Gary Bird.ORGANIZATION EDITORS Joan Schmanski and Lynn Spalding work on their section. TYPISTS Mike Fortney and Corinne Bittrich type copy for the yearbook. PHOTOGRAPHERS Lloyd Wilson, John Bergene and Larry McCormick select pictures for use in the yearbook. ART EDITOR Lane Esswein studies art forms to improve his sketches. CLASS EDITOR Mary Loeber dictates copy to Typist Janet Dzubay. 82Meletean THE MELETEAN, college yearbook, is produced annually by students interested in journalism. The publication serves as a memory book through future days and provides a look into the inside life of the school for friends and alumni. Editor Diane Fansler checks a college yearbook for new ideas for the MELETEAN. Activities Editor Stephanie Baker and Sports Editor Phil Thursten crop pictures to be used in their sections. Faculty Editors Diane Ciese and Alice Lewerenz rush to meet a deadline. 83 Editor Don Ncgard pauses while looking through past issues of the student newspaper. The Student Voice THE STUDENT VOICE, college newspaper, is published weekly by students and distributed throughout the campus. The paper aims to keep students, faculty and alumni informed of the current aspects of college life and to provide a working journalism laboratory. Row I: Nancy Grimm, Jane Churchill. Sharon Baldcshwilcr. Elizabeth Munz. Patricia Henneman. Row 2: John Cegielski. Dave Stern. Keith Olson, Paul A meson. Dick Ricci. Row I: Mark Anderson. Duane Anderson. Robert Brown. Row 2: Wayne Schilling. Clive Edinger. Chris Becker. Gerald Holt. 84The Daily Supplement THE DAILY SUPPLEMENT is the only daily addition to a student newspaper published in the State College system. Members of the Advanced Reporting class publish the Supplement, which features world and campus news. Warren Wolfe and Don Negard look at world news as it arrives on the AP teletype machine. Seated: Warren Wolfe. Diane Fansler. Bob Brown. Standing: Dick Ricci. Helen Avery. Seated: Don Negard. Dianne Johnson. Standing: David Weils, Diane Ciesc, Margaret Johnson.s p E C I A L E V E N T S Fall...........................88 Winter.........................95 Spring...................... 100“Pioneer The 1963 Homecoming, “Pioneer Press”, termed the best ever by President Kleinpell, began with a kick-off convocation featuring skits by the various campus organizations. The “Queen’s Ball” was held Wednesday night when the queen candidates were introduced. Voting by the student body, the pancake eating contest.sponsored by Ace Foods, and Kangaroo Kourt were on Thursday. QUEEN CANDIDATES were Heidi Flueger, Bev Voigt, Regina LaVenture, Becky Junkman, Mary Hartwig, Renie Peach, Donna Obon, Phyllis Dorgan and Joan Nelson. 88 QUEEN BEV waves from her float. HOMECOMING CHAIRMEN were Wayne Siebold. Joe Valenta. and Larry Baker.Press” Homecoming weekend formally began Friday morning at 9:45 when the Dirty Dozen “dismissed” classes. The freshman-sophomore tug-o-war was again won by the freshmen. Highlighting the Pep Fest Friday evening was the crowning of Queen Bev as she uncovered a red rose, the symbol of royalty. Following the snake dance and bonfire, a record dance sponsored by the Greek Letter Council was held in the Student Union. Jim Baier scored the single touchdown against Platteville in the football game and the weekend concluded with the Homecoming dance featuring the Sonny Raye Orchestra. CLEOPATRA—Campaigning under way during the week as Bev is carried by Prucha Hall men. THE WINNING FLOAT was designed by Phi Nu KANGAROO KOURT—Freshmen are formally initiated into college. Chi. 89 THE LAST SUPPER-Candidates enjoy Ace's specialty at the pancake eating contest.PIONEERS of our community, the residents of local rest homes watch the parade. THE FALCONS carry the Pioneers to the locker room in the lawn display by Prucha Hall. MIKE Wiskcrchen guards as Jim Baier carries the ball. PHOEBE FALCON, our mascot, rides in the parade with the cheerleaders. 90THE DIRTY DOZEN, ihc consumers, played their traditional role in the festivities. 91 THE HAMM’S INDIANS,the producers, entertained the Homecoming crowd at Ramer Field.Foundation Week Foundation Week profits were again used for the South Fork re-development project which was begun last year. The week's activities included the Ugly Man on Campus Contest won by Dave Imrie, the Midway at which Kappa Theta Fraternity brought in the most money from the attractions, the Phi Nu Chi Intercollegiate Bathtub Pushing Record of one hour, ten minutes and fifty-four and a half seconds from River Falls to Hudson, and the Hawaiian Luau held Saturday night which concluded the week. LA BASTILLE—The Midway was a popular place during Foundation Week.HANK Schmidt wins again at a booth in the Midway. TO HUDSON OR BUST! Sanders Howse. Nick Jadinak. and Pete Falkman Bathtub Pushing Contest. MAYOR Spike Hoffman, Gene Smith, and Dave Stafford auction off the valuables at the Foundation Week Auction. “Pleasure for Treasure” THE SOUTH FORK - • • the site of the re-development project now underway.Hawaiian Luau THE HYPHEN JONES QUARTET, sponsored by the Y-Dems, play for a dance. KAU KAU. Students eat in traditional Hawaiian style at the Luau. MR. AND MRS. TERRANCE COT-TER, medical assistants in Laos under the late Dr. Thomas Dooley, speak at a convocation. UN Day AN ART OBJECT FROM IRAN is described by Bruce Bohlool. UN DAY is celebrated on campus as Miss Hawkins cuts a birthday cake.Frigid Fun So this is what they mean by "Frigid Fun." Both in title and in atmosphere, the slogan “Frigid Fun' dominated the week of Winter Carnival. From Sunday to Sun day, January 26 to February 2, the campus was alive with fun and frolic. The best ever was repeated over and over during this Winter Carnival week. A fast growing tradition at Wisconsin State College at River Falls, Winter Carnival will long be remembered by those who took part. 95Winner of the annual FFA Talent Show during Winter Carnival Week was Bob Cup Chop. A winning girl. Sandra Thompson. Miss River Falls, stands before the winning snow sculpture made by Phi Nu Chi Fraternity. Winter From Sunday . . . Sunday: Hathorn Hall Snow-Ball Fight De-Icer Dance Monday: All-School Convo ( Style Show Dance Tuesday: Church Night Wednesday: Talent Show Beard Judging Dance I 96 Ralph Marterie provided the music for the Winter Carnival dance.“Frigid Frosty” frolic around the floor. Miss Johnson feels oul the winner in the beard growing contest Carnival ... to Sunday Thursday: Broom Ball Contest King’s Ball Coronation Friday: Ski Outing at Ski Mac Dance in Chalet Saturday: Bowling Tournament Dinner at River’s Edge Dance Sunday: Church Movie The crowning of Morgan Graham climaxed the Winter Carnival king contest.Kappa Theia'ii "Frigid Fun House" won second prize in the ice sculpture contest. Chris Kapun models summer sportswear in the annual Winter Carnival style show which was sponsored by Lynn Rose. 98 Sifcma Rho, the newest fraternity on campus, sculptured a well-known possession of college students.99Grass Roots Warren P. Knowles, 1964 Republican gubernatorial candidate, stated he did not believe civil rights discrimination exists in Wisconsin today. “CIVIL RIGHTS IN WISCONSIN” was the theme of the seventh annual Grassroots Political Conference. The conference was held on Feb. 5 and 6. The principal speakers who presented varied approaches to the topic were John W. Reynolds, governor of Wisconsin; Warren P. Knowles, former lieutenant governor; J. Louis Hanson, State Chairman of the Democratic Party; Thomas H. Barland, assemblyman from Eau Claire; Lloyd A. Barbee, Wisconsin NAACP president; Dr. C. Aubrey Young, director of the Governor’s Commission on Human Rights; and Bertram N. McNamara of the United Steel Workers of America. 100 Governor John W. Reynolds discussed Wisconsin civil rights with Dr. Wayne Wolfe, Cletus Henriksen. and President KleinpeU.Conference THE TRADITIONAL Grassroots Political Conference hat been labeled at one of the most outstanding programs of ita kind in Wiaconain. It it aponaored each year by the Wiaconain Center for Education in Politico and River Falla Department of Social Sciencea. “The 1964 theme, ‘Civil Righta in Wiaconain , waa chosen because it it important to our times, stated Dr. Robert Berg, chairman of the conference. "This is not simply a problem for Little Rock or Ole Mias but also for Milwaukee, Racine, and Beloit, he said. The conference waa a success for it brought out valuable information on a topic which will be one of the leading national issues in the 1964 campaign. Thomas Barland staled that civil right bills failed because of the “ineptitude of the governor's office to put the bills in palatable form”. 1 4f ’■ I Pr J. Louis Hanson stated that housing is the greatest problem facing today's American Negro. Grassroots panelists Lloyd Barbee. Dr. Dart. Dr. C Aubrey Young, and Bertram N. McNamara discussed the degree of discrimination in Wisconsin. 101Theatre Productions Thurber Carnival Jester in the Hall of Dying Kings BUT DEAR, your eyes are bloodshot! Kathy Pennington and Larry Baker star in a scene from "The Jester in the Hall of Dying Kings." DR. PATEREK and "Smitty” in a scene from "Thurber Carnival." BURTIN POTOCNIK as the Jester. FABLES by John Thurber were enacted in ’Thurber Carnival." 102Big Names on Campus FRANKLIN HOBBS, of Twin City radio fame, presents an album to a lucky River Falls' student. Row I: Duane Johnson, B. Prichard, H. Anklcy, J. Baier, D.Langkas, R. Rizzo, L. Gigstad, J. Jelik, E. Pohl, G. McNaughton, W. Burich. Row2: Manager F. Pastor, D. Kaiser, M. Brandstattcr, T. Sempf, T. Bosnian, DeWayne Johnson, G. Burke, M. Wiskerchen, D. Dube, N. Landrum, T. Ragatz, 0. Olson, C. Madson. Row 3: Coach Evans, P. Waller, B. Carlson. T. Roelke, B. Gcraets, T. Helzel, F. Buddenhagen, L. Madsen, G. Rau, R. Pariseau, B. Murphy, D. Hicks, D. Emric, B. Somerville, Coach M. Perrin. Row 4: Manager V. Boettcher, Coach D. Pagc.T. Steiger, A. Space, M. Nelson, D. Wertala, P. Howard. R. Hendrikson, S. Rheil, B. Olson, B. Sansalla, J. Christenson, S. Pittman, D. Rogers, Coach Gwen Christenson. Manager J. Hammes. The end of the 1963 football season found the Falcons in fifth place in the conference standings, finishing with a 3-3-1 conference record. The outcome for the season looked bright as Coach Christenson's team started with two smashing victories, winning the opener by a 14-0 margin over Oshkosh. The second battle produced a 19-0 trouncing over the Superior Yellowjackets. A turn in the tide appeared as the Falcons lost 14-7 to EauClaire before the Dads' Day crowd. A 12-9 victory over Milwaukee produced a lull before the storm as the Falcons were dropped next by Platt-ville, 9-6 for Homecoming and then by Stout, 12-6. A TORCH lights the way for the Falcons as they enter Rainer Field at halftime for the Dads' Day Game. 106SEMPF STOPS A BACK. An Augsburg fullback b slopped by a Falcon tackle. THE BACKFIELD moves out. RIVER FALLS Rushing Passing Total 1,651 592 2,243 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Name Attempts Baier 121 Burich 79 Landrum 66 Dube 26 Ragatz 31 Sempf 23 Hetzel 18 Kaiser 19 Carlson 2 Langkos 1 O'Sullivan 1 PASSING Attempts Pritchard 103 Hetzel 13 Buddenhagen 11 OPPONENTS Rushing Passing Total 868 734 1,602 Yds. Average 627 5.2 300 3.8 217 3.2 93 3.5 103 3.3 49 2.1 94 5.2 131 6.9 14 7.0 4 4.0 1 1.0 Comp. Inter. Yds. T.D. 49 9 541 1 3 2 42 0 2 0 9 0 PRITCHARD IS READY TO PASS. Signal caller Bob Pritchard looks for a receiver.WHOA THERE! Dick Pariseau drops a Pioneer. BAIER BREAKS AWAY. Jim Baier. top ground gainer for the Falcons, fights for yardage. MADSON BOOMS A PUNT. Chuck Madson punts during the Homecoming battle. END OF A LONG GAIN. Ted Ragatz is dropped with an open field tackle. 108DEFENSE IN ACTION. Tom Sempf and Tom Hdzel atop an Augsburg back. RIVER FALLS 14 19 7 12 6 6 6 46 21 OPPONENTS Oshkosh 0 Superior 0 Eau Claire 14 Milwaukee 9 Platteville 9 Stout 12 LaCrosse 6 Northland 6 Augsburg 21 TRY FOR THE EXTRA POINT. Wayne Bunch gala ready for ilic PAT in the Homecoming game. INDIVIDUAL SCORING Bauer 42 Sempf 22 Bunch 25 Ragats 18 Rizzo 6 Hetsel 6 Pritchard 6 Pariseau 6 Kaiser 6 Conference Standings W L T All Games Eau Claire 6 0 6-0 Stevens Point 6 1 7-1 Whitewater 6 2 6-3 Superior 4 2 5-3 River Falls 3 3 1 4-4-1 Platteville 3 3 3-5 Stout 2 4 1 U.W.M. 1 4 1 LaCroese 0 6 1 Oshkosh 0 5 2 109 NO OPENING. Platteville linemen hah the Falcon hall carrier.Row I: Bob Pritchard, Bill Swartz. Ken Lee. Dan Collins. Roger Oeslrekh. Paul Kramer. Nate Schilling. Dave Knepel. Row 2: Randy Hall. Ron James. Craig Thoeny. Chuck Madson. Jim Bloomquist. Tom Roelke. Steve Rhiel. Coach Don Page. Basketball Sea80n’8 Rcsuits The Falcon hardwooders, under the coaching of Don Page, got off to a moderate start by winning six of their first ten games. Then the pace slowed somewhat and the Pagemen finished out the season winning only two of their last eleven games. Ken Lee, a sophomore from Durand, proved to be the key man on this year’s squad. He succeeded in tieing teammate Paul Kramer for 13th place in the conference scoring, even though he was lost for the last two conference games due to a neck injury. This year’s team boasted nine freshmen, three sophomores, three juniors and one senior. Lack of experience hampered the team, but the conditioned crew are all expected back next year except for graduating senior. Bill Schwartz. The Falcons placed seventh in the conference, being the leading defensive team, permitting 945 total points to be scored against them in twelve games. Hamline 71 RF 66 Macalester 93 RF 77 Winona 77 RF 81 Stout 60 RF 64 Northland 66 RF 74 Eau Claire 74 RF 65 Winona 81 RF 62 Milwaukee 58 RF 71 Whitewater 68 RF 72 Bethel 67 RF 80 Superior 88 RF 85 Hamline 73 RF 71 LaCrosse 82 RF 75 Northland 98 RF 83 Stout 78 RF 72 Eau Claire 76 RF 77 Platteville 102 RF 68 Oshkosh 94 RF 73 Superior 75 RF 48 Bethel 71 RF 75 LaCrosse 90 RF 77 110THE ‘LEE' TOUCH. Ken goes up for a rebound. DRIVING HARD is Ken Lee. WHAT GOES UP must come down, as the Falcons reach for PRITCHARD aims fora jumpshot. CHARITY TOSS. Paul Kramer the ball. tries for a freelhrow. 111KRAMER HOLDS the audience in suspense as He carries llirougli hit hook •hoi. WSCC STANDINGS 1963-64 Team Statistics LaCrosse 11-1 Stevens Point 84 Superior 84 Oshkosh 7 5 Whitewater 7-5 Platteville 6-6 River Falls 4-8 Stout 4-8 Milwaukee 3-9 Eau Claire 2-10 “I WONDER if he’ll make it,” seem lo be the expression on the faces of Oeslreich's opponents. “I’VE COT this one!” cries Kramer as he grabs the ball. FGA FGM PCT FTA FTM Lee 18 274 123 .449 128 97 Kramer 21 225 87 .387 130 81 Oestreich 21 230 85 .370 79 44 Pritchard 21 218 81 .372 55 41 Schilling 20 204 70 .343 56 34 Collins 21 155 61 .394 65 43 Knepel 11 38 16 .421 4 3 Sempf 8 25 7 .280 22 11 Bloomquist 7 15 5 .333 7 5 Mad son 9 17 5 .294 14 9 Roelke 16 42 10 .238 25 14 Swartz 20 33 12 .364 7 4 Thoeny 8 13 1 .077 4 2 James 5 4 1 .250 3 0 Hall 6 3 0 .000 1 0 Rhiel 4 0 0 .000 0 0 TOTALS 1496 564 .377 610 388 TP AVE 345 19.2 255 12.1 214 10.2 203 9.7 174 8.7 165 7.9 35 3.2 25 3.1 15 2.1 19 2.1 34 2.1 27 1.4 4 0.5 2 0.4 0 0.0 0 0.0 PCT .758 .623 .577 .745 .607 .677 .750 .500 .714 .643 .560 .571 .500 .000 .000 .000 .636 112Falcon Wrestling jOE PONDERS his obvious problem of being on the bottom! COACH EVANS give. instruction, on me oner po.»« o. The 1963-64 Falcon wrestling season was one of rebuilding for Coach Evans. The majority of last year's conference championship team was lost through graduation. Ken Trudell was the lone let-term an. The squad compiled a 3 2 record in conference competition and over-all 4-6 record while wrestling their way through a rugged season schedule. The Falcons finished sixth in the conference meet held at Superior. Ken Trudell won the individual championship in the 191 lb. weight class. Other place winners were Larry Madsen, third place at 130 lb.; Joe Jilek, fourth place at 167 lb.; and Dave Wirtala, fourth place at 177 lb. Tom Bauman led the Falcon squad in team points with a total of 22. Trudell finished second with 20 points. To close the season. Coach Evans took five of his grapplers to the NAIA Small College Championship Tourney held at Black Hills State College in Spearfish, South Dakota. Tom Bauman was voted the most valuable wrestler of this year’s squad. Ken Trudell was elected as Captain of the squad. 113 TRUDELL WORKS hard over his opponent.WSCC FINAL POINT STANDINGS TOM BAUMAN—Most valuable wrestler. Superior . . . . Stevens Point La Crosse . . Oshkosh . . . . Platteville . . Stout........ River Falls . . Milwaukee . . Whitewater . Eau Claire . . 74 45 40 40 36 34 31 29 19 9 KEN TRUDELL—Captain of the squad. Row 1: David Stark. Gary Knefelkamp, John Cliver. Bob Olson, Tom Bauman, Jim Gargulak, Larry Madsen, Clyde Ormston. Row 2: Joe Jilek. Dennis Quinn, Larry Johnson, Ken Trudell, Mark Nelson, David Wirtala, Fred Lind berg. Row 3: Jerry Fehlen. Assistant Coach: Nate Landrum, Manager: Jim Dumulling, Dave Larkin. Don Randeau. Steve Daley, Dale Wester. Coach Alan Evans. 114Bob Machacek, Lloyd Nelson, Bob Sawyer. Bob Bowman, Coach Russ Gerber. Phil Foster, Mike White, Dennis Muller, Mickey Olson. Falcon Swimming During the 1963-64 season, the Falcon Swimmers broke all team records. Impressive as this was, they were still only able to capture one victory, a non-conference meet with St. Olaf, 57-36. In conference battles, the swimmers had a 0-5 record. The conference meet was held at River Falls and all but one conference record were broken. LaCrosse took first place at this meet, with 56 points. EVENT SWIMMERS TIME 400 yd. Medley relay B. Machacek, L. Nelson M. Olson, B. Sawyer 2:39.2 200 yd. Freestyle D. Muller 2:11.2 50 yd. Freestyle B. Sawyer :25.1 200 yd. Individual medley M. Olson 2:34.8 200 yd. Butterfly M. White 2:56.1 400 yd. Freestyle D. Muller, M. Olson, relay B. Sawyer, M. White 3:54.7 500 yd. Freestyle M. White 6:21.0 100 yd. Freestyle D. Muller :57.7 200 yd. Backstroke B. Machacek 2:35.4 200 yd. Breaststroke L. Nelson 2:48.7 PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. Falcon swimmers practice in Karges Center Pool. 115Rou I: Duane Anderson. Roger NeitzeL Row 2: Dick I.ong$dorf. Vern Andren. Pal Welsh. Not Pictured: Vic Londo and Coach Robert Brock. Tri-State Bowling Conference W L Mankato 36 12 Wahpeton State School of Science 31V 13V University of Minn. 31 14 University of North Dakota 28V 16V North Dakota State 25 19 LaCrosse 20 25 St. Olaf 17 28 River FaUs 9 36 University of Minn, at Morris 6 36 Bowling The Falcon Keglers completed their second season in the Tri-State Bowling Conference. They placed eighth in the league. Dick Longsdorf was selected as the most valuable player. He received the M. D. Robertson MVP award. The award was given in memory of M. D. Robertson, former coach of Wahpeton State School of Science, who passed away this past summer. Seniors on this year's team were veteran bowlers Vic Londo and Duane Anderson. 116Row I: Coach Don Page. Chuck Bakker. Cordy Olaon, Harvey Ankley. Tom Laughan. DeWayne Johnson. Dennis Kaiser. Row 2:1 Joyd Kcpperich. John Nelson. Ed Munson. Wayne Jarvinen. Bob Neilson. Bryan Jarvinen. Roger DiUenbeck. 1963 Baseball Box Score The River Falls baseball team finished the season with an over-all 6 9 mark and posted a 3-5 record in conference play. Coach Page's team was hampered by the loss of several front line players during the season. Bad weather forced the cancellation of the final two games of the season with Superior. John Nelson. Wayne Jarvinen and Bryan Jarvinen were the leading hitters on the team with .438, .370 and -354 batting averages. Ed Gregorich and John Boortz were the workhorses of the pitching staff. Gregorich posted a 2 2 record and Boortz a 4-4 mark. AB R H 2B 3B HR w K RBI AVE Nelson 16 4 7 0 0 1 2 2 5 .438 Jarvinen. W. 54 9 20 5 1 0 1 4 6 .370 Jarvinen, B. 48 7 17 4 0 0 5 5 7 .354 Kaiser 23 3 8 0 0 1 3 9 5 .347 Stune 43 7 11 4 0 1 3 6 6 .256 Gregorich 20 4 5 3 0 0 2 4 2 .250 Ankley 26 1 6 1 0 0 6 2 4 .231 Teshnor 29 1 6 3 0 0 4 6 3 .207 Boortz 10 2 2 0 0 0 2 3 1 .200 Olson, G. 42 9 8 2 0 1 7 13 5 .190 Johnson 37 7 6 0 0 1 5 11 5 .162 Nilsen 13 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 .077 DiUenbeck 20 1 1 0 0 0 0 9 0 .050 Space 8 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 .000 Klapperich 7 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 .000 Monson 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 .000 Rieck 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 Olson. R. 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 Pitching Records G IP H R W K W L Gregorich 8 46% 40 29 20 35 2 2 Boortz 9 39% 30 24 34 31 4 4 Rieck "J 14% 25 18 7 3 0 3 Bakker 1 0 4 6 1 0 0 0 Kaiser 3 11 11 8 5 10 0 0 117Butting the Breeze Cross Country Coach Ben Bergsrud’s cross-country team had a rather disappointing season, going winless in six outings. Veterans Oscar Slcoug and Chuck Woiwode were the most consistent winners on the team. Freshman Dan Haster was the most improved runner during the season. Row I: Phil De Munck, Chris Thomson. Lloyd Wilson. Cary Lundgren. Paul Pechacck. Row 2: Roger Williams. Dan Hasler. Chuck Woiwode. Mike Caliies. Oscar Skoug. Dick Armbnister. Not Pictured: Paul McNaughton. 1181963 Track THE RELAY. Runners McNaughton passes to the next man in Une. The River Falls track team finished first in two triangular meets and third in two others. At the conference meet the Falcon cindermen finished sixth. Two school records were set during the season when Danny McFarlane knocked a tenth of a second off the quarter mile record with the time of 51.4. Steve Johnson also established a new mark when he tossed the discus 132 feet, 8 inches. DANNY McFARLANE knocked a tenth of a second off the school's quar- ter mile record. Ro» I: Danny McFarlane. Oacar Skoug. Chuck Woiw.de. Lyndon Neboo.johu Cilbon. Bob Myrvotd. Ed Kraft. Joe Unbehaun. flow 2: Co h Gwynn Chri.ten.en. Ceo . Burleigh. Michocl Callie.. Bu ch Headley. Cary Cnemn,. GenJd Jenaon. Henry Snkow. Urry Felte.. S.e.e iohnwm. 1191963 Tennis Row 1: Randy Klink. Sanders Howse. Row 2: Peter W. Falk man. Alan Carrier, Larry Kleve. Coach Byron James' net team finished the season with a 5 won, 4 lost record. It was the first winning season by a Falcon tennis team in nearly a decade. The tennis team was made up of one senior and five freshmen. The lone senior on the squad was Paul Anderson. Sanders Howse gained eleven victories in singles and doubles competition. A1 Carrier and Randy Klink gained ten victories apiece. 1963 Golf The Falcon linksters gained eight victories and lost six matches during the season. Highlights of the season were victories over Winona, La Crosse, Bethel, Eau Claire, Stout and St. Olaf. At the state meet at Green Lake Law-sonia course in May the Falcons finished sixth. Dave Stone capped individual honors by placing third in the match. Season scoring honors went to Jim Stolzman who finished with 30 points. Stone followed with 28 points. 120 Row I: Dave Slone. Edward Ganske. Jim Stolzman. Jim Doyle. Row 2: Richard Fink. Bill Murphy, Harvey Slower.Intramural Sports RUSHING THE PASSER arc members of the dorm league intramural football teams. FALL ARCHERY participant Ron Workman. KARGES ACTION. 'Porky Lloyd tries for a basket. 121 DIAMOND DUST. Fred McKenzie can't get his man out.Seniors....................124 Juniors....................160 Sophomores.................169 Freshmen...........•.......179 4HBBH Hi President John Hansen Vice-President... Gerald Jenson Secretary............Ruth Tjelta Treasurer • .....Ardys Hanson Class Membership 378 i o R SALBRIGTSON, JANICE......................Woodvillc ACE 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; 4-11 I; Kappa Della Pi 4; |,SA I, 2, 3, 4; MENC 2,3,4; Psych. Club 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 4; Student Voice 2,4. ANDERSON, DUANE...........................Webster Bowling 3, 4; Econ Club 2, Vice Pres. 3, Sec. 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Psych. Club 3,4: Student Voice 3,4; Young Rep. 4. ANDERSON, LARRY...........................Dresser ACE 3.4; Beta Beta Beta 2,3,4; College Countrymen 2; FFA 1,2, 3; LSA 3. 4; SNF.A 4; Toastmasters I. 2, V.P. 3, 4; Vets Club 4. ANDERSON, PAUL.............................Hudson Forensics 3. 4; I.SA 3. 4; "R" Club 3. 4; Sitzmarkcrs 1. 2. 3. 4; Sociology Club 4; Young Rep. 3,4. ANDERSON, RONALD.......................Clear Lake Intramurals 1. 2, 3; NCTE 4;OET 4; Student Voice 1. 2; Young Dems. 4; Young Rep. 3. ANDERSON, SANDRA..................Lake Elmo. Minn. ARD, ESTHER...............................New Richmond Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; NCTE 4; Newman Club 1; Young Dems. I. AUBERT, ROSELLA................................Frederic ACE 2, 4; Band 1; Inter Dorm Council V.P. 2; Newman Club 1.2, 3.4; Psych. Club 1,3.4. Sec. 2: Young Dems. 2.3.4.BAAK, DIANNE....... ACE 3; SNEA 3, Trcas. 4. River Falls BANNON, SHAUGHN Hudson BARRINGER, LARRY.........................Minneapolis. Minn. BARTZEN, FRANK....................................Sheboygan FFA 1,2,3,4; "R" Club 2,3,4; Wesley 1,2,3. BERGSRUD, BARBARANN.......Spring Grove. Minn. Kappa Della Pi 3.4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3.4. BISS, NORBERT.........................Cornell BECKER, MARTHA.......................St. Paul. Minn. BEELER, BARB................................Prescott AWS Board 4: PEM 4; Psych. Club 2.3; WRA1.2.3.4. 126BETLER, JUDITH...........................Berlin AWS Board 4; Band 2; Debate I; 4-H Club 1, Sec. 2; Pi Kappa Delta 2,3.4; UCCF 1,2; Wesley 3, Sec. 4. BLAH A, JAMES..........................................Sturgeon Bay Agrifallians 1, 2, 4, Treas. 3; Gamma Delta 1.4, V.P. 2,3; Wrestling 1. BOETTCHER, LAVERNE................Chippewa Falls PEM Club 2.4. Pres. 3; "R"Club 4; Young Dems. 3. BONNER, DAN........ ....................Barron FFA 1,3,4. BOORTZ, JOHN............................Cameron Baseball 1,2.3.4; Chem. Club 1; “R" Club 2.3.4. BRICTSON, CHARLES.......................Madison BROSTROM, CHARLES...................Wheeler Chess Club 3; Chem. Club 3. V.P. 4. So. St. Paul 127 BROWN, JAMES........ Econ Club 3,4; Young Rep. 2.BRUCKS, THOMAS............................Elm Grove Alpha Psi Omega 1.2. V.P. 3. Pres. 4; Falcon Film Society 1.2, Pros. 3.4; Foreign Students Association 1.2: Masquers 1.2.3.4; NOTE 2. 3. 4; Newman Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Omicron Epsilon Pi 4; Sitzmarkers 1. 2; Young Dems. I, 3. 4. Tress. 2; Who's Who 4. BUHR, GARY................................Clear Lake Econ. Club 4; Intramurals 1,2; Newman Club 1; Psych. Chib 4; Young Dems 1,2. BURDICK, GRANT..........................Waukesha College Countrymen 2. 3, 4; 4-H 2. 3.4; Demos! henians 2,3.4; FFA 1.2.3.4; Mens Chores 1. BURKE, GARY...............................St. Paul PEMChib 3,4; -RMaub 2,3.4; Baseball 3.4; Football 1.2.3.4. BURTON, JAMES......................Hudaon CARRIER, CHARLES.................Edgerton CERNOHAUS, GERALD.................River Falla CHART1ER, SHIRLEY.............Bayport. Minn. Bela Beta Bela 4; Creek Letter Council 4; Kappa Delta Pai 4; Newman Club 3.4; NCTE3.4; Whoa Who4; Young Dems 2.3; Young Rep. 4. 9CHRISTENSEN, CAROL.............................Luck ACE 3. 4; AWS V.P. 4; Dorm Trcaa. 2; Kappa Delia Pi 4; Paych. Club 3. V.P. 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 2. 3, Sec. 4; SNEA 4; Young Dema, 2. CHRISTENSON, RAYMOND....................River Falla LSA 1.2.3.4; "R" Club 1,2; SNEA 3. CHURCHILL, EDWARD......................Ladyamith Baplial Fellowship 2.3,4; Claaa Prea. 2; Senate 2; YGOP1,2.3, 4. CLARK, JAMES........................................Waterloo ACE 4; Kappa Theta 4, Prea. 3; LSA 2; PEM Club 2.3.4; SAC 3; SNEA 4; Young Dema. 3.4. CLIFTON, JUDSON...........................River Falla SAC 4; SANE 3. Chrmn. 4; Social Dema. 3. Chrmn. 4; UCCF 3.4; Young Dema. 2.3.4; Young Rep. 4. COOK, SHARON..................................Cumberland ACE 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Paych. Club 3.4; SNEA 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3. Sec. 4. CUMMINGS, MARLYN....................EUaworth ACEI4. Minneapolia. Minn. 129 CUMMINGS, RON......... Vela Club 3.4; Young Dema. 3.4.CUSICK, TERENCE Newport. Minn. DAHL, DOLORES.............................Granuburg AWS Sec. 4; 4-H 1; Hathom Hall Sec. 2; Kappa Delta Pi 4; LSA 1. 2, 3. 4; NCTE 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 2. Treas. 3, Prea. 4; Who a Who 4. DI SALVO, VINCENT............................Cudahy Dorm Council 2,3; Forenaics 3.4; Kappa Theta 3.4; Masquers 3; Newman Club 1,4; Social Committee 4; Senate 4; Who's Who 4; Young Dems, I. DORGAN, PHYLLIS.....................St. Paul. Minn. Kappa Delta Psi Pres. 4; SNEA 4; Young Rep. 3.4. ELLINGSTAD, RICHARD............... ......Hudson Beta Beta Beta 2.3.4; Chem Club 4; OET 4. ENGEBRETSON, DON.........................Hudson Art Club 1.2. V.P. 3; Phi Nu Chi 1.2,3.4; Sit murker 1. ENGEBRETH, KRISTIN......................River Falls ACE 4; Meletean Editor 3; Sitzmarkera 2. 3; SNEA 4; Student Voice 1,2; Young Dema, 4. ESSWEIN, LANE..................................BoyceviUe Chess Club 1, 2, Pres. 3. Sec. 4; Kappa Theta 3, 4; Meletean 4; Physics Colloquium 2; SAC 3; Social Com. 3, 4; Swimming 3,4.FEHLEN, JEROME............................Hampton. Minn. FFA 1,2.3. Pres. 4; Newman Club 1.2.3.4; “R" Club 1.2.3.4. FELD, VIRGINIA........................Algoma Newman Club 4; Psych. Club 4; SNEA 4. FELTES, LARRY................................West Chicago Dorm Council 2.3.4; Newman Club 1. 2. 3. 4; "R" Club 2. 3. 4; Social Committee 2. 3; SCGB 3: Student Foundation Com. 4. Treas. 2. Chrmn. 3; Senate V.P. 3. Pres. 4; Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Who's Who 4. FINN, KATHLEEN..................................Ellsworth Atelier 3.4. FISK, DOUGLAS........................St. Croix Falls Agrifallinns 3,4; Econ. Club 2,3.4; Intramurals 1.2.4. FLUEGER, HEIDI.......................Red Wing. Minn. AWS Board 4; Dorm Council 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Phi Della Thcla 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 2. 4, Pres. 3; Social Committee 3; Syncho Paters 2, Pres. 3.4; Who's Who 4. FOSS, JANET...................................Whitehall ACE 4; LSA 1; Psych. Club 4; SNEA 4; Wesley 2; WRA 1.3.4; Young Dems. 1. FRANK, LONA...................................Deer Park Dorm Council 1; NCTE 4; Psych. Club 1, 2; Swim Club 1. 2; Wesley 1; Young Dems. 1.2.4. 131FRAZIER, JOAN Kappa Della Pi 3,4. Hudson FRITZ, ROBERT.........................Si. Paul Park, Minn. Art Club 2; Football 1,2; Skin Diving Club 2. FROSETH, JOHN..........................Elk Mound Band 1; Choir 2; College Countryman 3; Dorm Council 1, Pres. 2; FFA 1. 2. 3. 4; 4-H 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Kappa Della Pi 4; LSA1,2; Mens Chorus 1; SAC 2; SCGB 3.4. GERMAIN, RICHARD.......................Somerset GIGSTAD, LEIF.........................Sturgeon Bay Football 1. 2, 3. 4; FFA 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; LSA 1, 2, 3.4; "R" Club 3,4. GILBERT, LLOYD..............................Hudson GRAHAM, MORGAN...........................Elgin, 111. Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; Meletean 2; NCTE 2, 3, Sec. 4; Newman Club 4; Phi Nu Chi 3, 4; Prologue Co-editor 4; Senate Sec. 4; Student Voice 2,3; Track 1; Who's Who 4; YGOP 3,4. GREGORICH, FRANCIS GreenwoodGROVER, MAVIS..............................Nekoosa Alpha Psi Omega 2, Sec. 3.4; Band 1. 2. 3.4: Kappa Della Pi 4; Masquers 1.3.4. Sec. 2: NCTE 2.3. Sec. 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3.4; Who’s Who. 4. GUST, ROBERT.............................Deer Park Agrifalliant 3. 4; 4-H 1. 2. 3. 4; Debate 1,2; Econ. Club 2.3.4; FT A 1. 2; Gamma Ddta 1.2.3.4: Pi Kappa Delta 2.3. 4; Dorm Council 2; Young Dems. 1,2.3.4. GUSTAFSON, PAMELA.....................Red Wing. Minn. AWS Board 3. Treas. 4; French Club 1; LSA 1. 2. 3. 4; Psych. Club 3, Treas. 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 2,3.4; WRA 1. HAD DOW. KAREN..........................Spring Valley Kappa Della Pi 3.4; Psych. Club 2.3. Pres. 4; SAC 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3.4; SNEA 3.4. HAGEN, ORWOLL NEAL......................Wiuenberg FTA 1, 2. 3. 4; Kappa Della Pi 3. 4; LSA 1. 2. 3. President 4; Toastmasters 2.3; Who’s Who 4. HALL, KATHLEEN............................Roberts HALLER, NANCY..................................Waunakee HANSEN, ARDELL.................................Milltown 133HANSEN, BRUCE.................Si- Paul Park. Minn. HANSEN, JOHN..........................Turtle Lake Band 1,2.3.4; Chcm. Club 1,2, Pres. 3.4; Chew Club 3,4; Class Treas. 3; Greek Letter Council 4; Honors Colloquium 4; Liberal Arts Honor Society 3. Pres. 4; MENC 1.2.3; Newman Club 1.2. 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3. 4; Senate 4; Young Dems. 1, 2, 3, 4. HANSON, ARDYS...........................Hayward ACE 3. 4; Beta Beta Beta 4; Class Treas. 4; Kappa Delta Psi 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 2. 3. V.P. 4; SNEA 4; UCCF 1; Young Dems. 1,3. HANSON, BETH1NNE......................Rice Lake Choir 3. V.P. 4; LSA 3. Sec. 4; MENC 3.4. HARCEY, MARY......................New Richmond HAUSCH1LDT, DEAN....................Ellsworth HENRIKSEN, WAYNE.........................Luck LSA 2,3; Young Dems. 3. HERMAN, DAVID..........................Gilman FFA 1,2.3.4; Young Dems. 3.4.HESELTON, ANITA HICKOX, BILL St. Paul Park .. Shell Lake HOFFHINES, ETHEL....................Washburn HOLDEN, SHARON........................Hudson French Club 1; Kappa Delta Psi Treas. 4; Student Voice 2. 3; Young Rep. 4. HUDSON, DOYLE-..........................Ellsworth HUFFCUTT, JOHN.............................Cadott Econ. Club 2,3,4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4. ISAKSSON, GLEN............................River Falls JACOBSON, KENNETH.........................BeldenviUeJACKSON, MYRON Luck JENSEN, RICHARD........................Altoona JENSON, GERALD...............................Beldenville Class V.P. 4; FFA 2. 3; Kappa Theta 3, 4; LSA 3,4; “R” Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Cross Country 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Track 1.2.3.4. JILEK, ANTHONY.................................Rice Lake 4-H 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4; Football 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Newman Club 1,2,4,Treas. 3. JOHNSON, LINDA...........................Stillwater, Minn. Newman Club 1,2,3.4; SNEA 4. JOHNSON, LOIS...................................Rice Lake Choir 3.4; LSA 3,4; MENC 3, Treas. 4. JOHNSON, NORMAN.........................River Falls Agrifallians 3.4. KALLEVANG, JAMES...........................Centuria Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta 1; Men's Chorus 1,2; Psych. Club 4; Young Dems, I.KEEFER, JILL............ AWS Board 2.3; Young Dems. 2,3. Red Wing, Minn. KEENLYNE, KENT.................. Beta Beta Beta 3,4; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1. Durand KNUTSON, DAVID.....................Chctek KRAFT, LARRY.......................Colfax Beta Beta Beta 4; FFA 1.2.3.4; LSA 1.2,3.4. KRAFT, PATRICIA...................................Menomonie Kappa Delta Pi 4; LSA 1,2,3; Psych. Club 3,4; Sigma Chi Sigma 4; SNEA 1,2,3,4. KRANZ, JUDY.................................Hastings. Minn. KRIEGL, JOSEF.........................JJaraboo KURSCHNER, NANCY.......................Prairie Farm ACE 2,3,4; LSA 1,2,3,4; SNEA 3, Sec. 4.Ellsworth LARSON, HARLAN LARSON, JOHN............................Hammond Young Dorns, 4. LASKA, CHRIS.................................Hayward Band 1; Delta lota Chi 3, Pres. 4; Dorm Council See. 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; NCTE 1,4; Sigma Chi Sigma 2,3,4; Student Center Act. Com. See. 1,2, Treas. 3; Who's Who 4. LEITNER, RONALD..............................Chilton Bela Beta Beta 4; College Countrymen 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, V.P. 4; Newman Club 1,2,3.4; Toastmasters 3,4; Who's Who4. Clear Lake LENSELINK, JOAN............... • • • ■ Debate 1; Math Club 1.4. Sec. 2. V.P.. 3; Pi Kappa Delta 2.3.4; Physics Colloquium 3, 4; SCGB 3; Sigma Chi Sigma 2.4. V.P. 3: Social Committee 2,3: Wesley I; Who's Who 4. LENZ, KAREN.........................Shell Lake LINDELL, MARGARET...............New Richmond McKenna, carolyn.................. Richmond 138MADISON, BRUCE Barronnett MAHLSTEDT, DIXIE Roberts MANN, HOWARD................Red Wing, Minn. MANOSKY, LINDA.....................Centuria Art Club 2. Pres. 3; AWS Board 2, 3; NOTE 3,4; Newman Club 1,2; SAC 3; Young Dems, 2,3,4. MATHISON, ROGER...............................Wittenberg Agrifallians 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; LSA 1,2,3,4. MEATH, JEROME.....................................Hudson MEIER, ROBERT.........................Menomonie MELES, LEROY.............................Suring FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1; Gamma Delta 2. 3.4; YGOP 3, Treas. 4.MICHAELSON, ERMA Si. Croix Falls MONTBRIAND, DAVID.............New Richmond MONSON, CAROLYN.....................River Falls Orchcsis 1. 2, 3; PEM Club 3, 4; SNEA 3, 4; Young Rep. 1. 2. MORRISON, ELAINE...................Ellsworth PEM 4; SNEA 4; WRA4. MORRISON, IVAN........ ................ Ellsworth MOTL. MARILYN...... ... „ „ ......................River Falls MOTT, RODNEY..........................River Falk Econ. Club 2. 3; German Club 2; Sitzmarkert 2. 3; Vets Club 1.2.3.4; Young Dems. 4. MOUNTAIN, DONALD...................... . Elkworth 140NELSON, G. ERIC.......... FFA3.4; Intramurals 1,2.3,4. Sturgeon Bay NELSON, SELMER........................Prairie Farm Demosthenians 3. V.P. 4; FFA 2.3. Sec. 4; Kappa Della Pi 3.4; LSA3.4 NICHOLS, PATRICIA...............................Wheeler ACE 2,3; Newman Club 1; Orchcsis 3; Young Dems. 2. N1TITHAM, VILAS........................Bangkok.Thailand Foreign Students Association 1.2.3.4; Young Dems. 3.4. O’CONNELL, FRANCIS.............................Hammond Senate 4. OLSEN, NORMAN................................Fairchild Demosthenians Club 4; FFA 1, 2. 3, 4; Young Dems. 1. 2, 3, 4. OLSON, JOANN................................. Grantsburg ACE 2. V.P. 3. Pres. 4; AWS Board 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; LSA 1.2.3.4; Psych. Club 2.3; SAC 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 4; SNEA 3.4; YGOP2.3. OLSON, THOMAS............................Red Wing. Minn.ORMSTON, CLYDE Grantsburg PAKISEAU, RICHARD .... . . St. Paul. Minn. PEACH, RENIE.......................................Milltown PEISSIG, DENNIS..................................Dorchester FFA 1,2.3,4; Kappa Delta Psi 3.4; Newman Club 1.2,4; Young Dems, 1.2,3.4. PETERSEN, JOHN.........................Clear Lake Econ. Club 3,4; Intramurals 1.2,3; Intnl. Rel. Club 4; LSA 1.2; Who's Who 4; Young Dems. 2.3.4. PETERSON, CAROL.....................New Richmond PETERSON, CAROLYN...............Ellsworth PETERSON, RICHARD...............Ellsworth 142POULTER, CHARLES......................Cumberland FFA 1, 2. 3,4; Masquers 1. 2. 3; Newman Club 1, 2.3.4; Wrestling 1.2: YCOP 3.4. PRESCOTT, CHARLES..........................Tomah Cbem Club 3.4. RAASCH, DORIS.................Red Wing. Minn. RICHARDSON, JERILYN...............River Falls ROMSOS, DALE...............................Cameron College Countrymen 3; Demosthenians 3. Pres. 4; FFA 1, 2. 3. Pres. 4; LSA 1. ROMSOS, EUGENE..............................Barron FFA 3. 4; 4-H Club 1, 2. 4; Intramurals 1.4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Toastmasters 3; YGOP 3,4. ROSEN BROOK. ROBERT...............................Bloomer Agrifallians 2. 3.4; Class Vice President 3; College Countrymen 3.4; Kappa Theta 3.4; Liberal Arts Honors Society 3.4; Stratton Hall Pres. 2; Who's Who 4. ROTH, BEVERLY.............................St. Croix Falls Alpha Psi Omega 4; Honors Colloquium 4; Kappa Delu Pi 4; Masquers 4: Newman Club 4. 143RUEDY, DONALD.....................................NeillsviDe SANDEEN, MARY.....................................Stillwater Art Club 2.3,4; Class Secretary 4; Kappa Delta Psi 3.4; Newman Club 1,2,3.4;SNEA4. SCHAEFER, DAVID...........................Whitehall Choir 2.3.4; FFA 1.2,3. Pres. 4; Football 1: LSA 1.2.3.4; Mens Choir 2; Toastmasters 4, Pres. 3. SCHIEFELBEIN, ROBERT.......................Somerset Agrifallians 3: Vet’s Club 2.3. Pres. 4; Young Dems. 3.4. SCHMILING. BRUCE............................Algoma FFA 1.4; Intramurals 1.2,3.4; Kappa Theta 3,4; LSA 1. SCHOLZ, DURWOOD..........................Plum City SCHULTZ, ALBERT........................Curtiss College Countryman 3; FFA 1,2,3,4. SCHUSTER, FRED..................... Antigo Econ. Club 3; Phi Nu Chi 3,4; Young Dems, 4. 144SEIPEL, GALEN...............................Fall Creek FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Della 1, 2. 3; “R" Club 1, 2. 3; Toast masters 3,4. SEIPEL, UNDA................................Plum City Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2. 3. 4; MENC 1. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 2.3. SETTER, PAUL........................Deer Park SEVERSON, MARILYN..............St. Croix Falls SHAWBOLD, DEAN.......White Bear Lake, Minn. SIEBOLD, WAYNE......................Hammond Homecoming Chairman 4; Kappa Theta 4, V.P. 3; SCGB 4, V.P. 3; Student Voice 2; Who’s Who 4; Young Dems. 1,2,3. SIPPLE, KENNETH ........................Menomonie 4-H 4; Demosthenians 3,4; Econ. Club 3.4; FFA 1,2.3.4; Intramurals 1.2.3.4;UCCF1,2,3.4. SNYDER, FREDERICK.................Hastings. Minn. 145SOMMERS, GAIL................................... Amery Choir 1,2,3.4; Kappa Della Pi 4; MENC 1, Treas. 2, Sec. 3,4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3,4; Student Foundation Committee 1,2, Treas. 3, Sec. 4. SOMMERS, KERMIT.......................Stillwater, Minn. SPEICH, ROBERT...............................Ladysmith Agrifallians 1, 3, 4, Pres. 2; SAC 2; Toastmasters 1, 2, Treas. 3. SPRINGER, SHARILYN............................Menomonie STEFFEN, GREGORY.................Glenwood City STELLRECHT, DONALD.....................Spooner Covenant Club 1.2,3. V.P.4. STENBERG, WARREN...............................Blair LSA 2.3,4. Pres. 1; Psych. Club 3,4; Sitzmarkers 1,2; SNEA 4. STUNKEL, MARLYCE...........................Milwaukee ACE 3, 4; Covenant Club 1, 2. 3, Sec. 4; Math Club 1, 2; Social Committee 2,3.SWARTZ, WILLIAM Waukesha TAYLOR, LOUISE...........................Shell Lake ACEI1; Masquers 1; Phi Della Theta Sec. 3,4; Psych. Club 3.4; SNEA 1.3.4; Wesley 1,2. Sec. 3.Treas.4. THORESON. MAREN...........................Roberta AWS Pres. 4; Band 1; Hathom Hall Pres. 3; Kappa Della Pi Sec. 4; NCTE 3. 4; SAC 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3. Treas. 4: Who's Who 4; Young Dents. 3.4. TJELTA, RUTH............................Ridgeland ACE 2. 3. 4; Dorm Treas. 4; Kappa Della Pi 3. 4; LSA 1,2.3.4; NCTE 2.3.4; SNEA 4. TOFTE, THORA...........................Hager City URBANZ, FRANK.............................Willard Demosthenians 4; FFA 1,2,4, Advisor 3; Toaslmaslers 2, V.P. 3; Young Dems, 1. Chrmn. 2. Treas. 3.4. VOBORNIK, BARBARA......................Weyerhauser ACE 4; Newman Club 1.2; SNEA 4; Young Dems. 3.4. VANOUS, ROGER..................Columbia Heights. Minn. Chess Club 1. 2. Treas. 3. Pres. 4; Math Club 1. 2. 4. Pres. 3; UCCF3.4; Wesley 1.2; Young Dems. 1.2.3.4. 147VIDER, LINDA Exeland WALKER, KAE...............................River Falla Bela Bela Bela 3, Treaa. 4; Forensics 1, 2,3,4; Honors Program 3. 4; LSA 1; Pi Kappa Della 2, 3, Pres. 4; SAC 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3; Who's Who 4. WALL, LARRY.................................Ellsworth WEISS, KAY....................................Hammond WICKBOLDT, DE AN ............rrv.-. Turtle Lake WILLIAMS, CHARLES....................Osseo WILLIAMS, STEPHEN...............................Eau Claire WILSON, WARREN....................................Frederic Agrifallians 2; Chorus 1.2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; LSA 2,3,4; Swimming 3. SENIOR OFFICERS Pres. John Hansen, Vice Pres. Gerald Jenson and Treasurer Ardys Hanson discuss plans for graduation. W1SKERCHEN, LEONARD......................Pepin WISKERCHEN, MICHAEL................Maiden Rock Chem. Club 1,2; Liberal Arts Honor Society 3,4; Newman Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Physics Club 1, 2, 3. Pres. 4; “R" Club 1, 2. V.P. 3, Pres. 4; Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3,4. ZIEMER, JOAN...........................................Amery ZUKE, RICHARD................................Riverside. III. Intramurals 1,2; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Social Com. 3,4; YGOP 1,2,3,4. 149Class of 1964 AANESTAD, HARRIET...........Spring Valley Elementary ABSEY , JOHN Economics St. Paul, Minn. AGNEW, JACK General Tomah ALBRIGHTSON, JANICE -Music-Elementary AMIRARJOMAND, IRAJ -Math-Economics ANDERSON, DUANE - - -Business Administration Webster ANDERSON, LARRY Elementary Dresser ANDERSON, RONALD - - -English Clear Lake ANDERSON, SANDRA Physics-Math — La,e Elmo, Minn. ANDERSON, TERENCE • • History Hammond ARD, ESTHER English ARNESON, PAUL Political Science AUBERT, ROSELLA Elementary Psychology BAAR, DIANNE Elementary River Falls BAKER, DENNIS Math-Economics Prescott BANNON, SHAUGHN History Hudson BARRINGER, LARRY Biology - Minneapolis, Minn. BARTZEN, FRANK Agriculture BECKER, MARTHA Elementary - - - St. Paul, Minn. BEELER, BARBARA Psychology Prescott 150 BEKKUM, VICTOR.....................Westby Agriculture BERKNER, STANLEY M..........Red Wing, Minn. Math-Physics BERTELSEN, VIRGINIA................Hudson Music BETLER, JUDITH.....................Berlin Sociology BISS, NORBERT......................Cornell Biology BLAHA, JAMES....................Birchwood Agriculture BLAHA, JAMES.....................Sturgeon Bay Agronomy-Agriculture BOCKLER, AL.......................Catomba Agriculture BODSBERG, JACQUELINE................Amery Psychology BOETTCHER, LA VERNE..............Chippewa Math BOERNER, THOMAS.............St. Paul, Minn. English BONNER, DANIEL......................River Falls Agriculture BOORTZ, JOHN......................Cameron Liberal Arts BOURDAGHS, RONALD - - - - Stillwater, Minn. Sociology BRICTSON, CHARLES...................River Falls Speech BROSTROM, CHARLES.................Wheeler Chemistry BROWN, JAMES.............So. St. Paul, Minn. Economics BRUCKS, THOMAS..................Elm Grove Speech-English BUHR, GARY..........................Clear Lake Economics-Psychology BURDICK, GRANT...................Waukesha AgricultureBURKE, GARY Elementary, Physical Education • St. Paul, Minn. BURTON, JAMES Elementary CAMPBELL, GORDON Biology • St. Paul, Minn. CARLSON, JUDITH Elementary • St. Paul, Minn. CARLSON, LAWRENCE Elementary CARNINE, ALLEN Math-Economics Amery CAROW, JOHN Economics-Political Science CARRIER, CHARLES Elementary Edgerton CASSELMAN, ROBERT • • ■ History-Political Science CEDERHOLM, JERALD • - -Agriculture • • • Beldenville CERNOHOUS, GERALD...............River Falls English CHARTIER, SHIRLEY............Bayport, Minn. English CHELMO, JOAN........................Webster Music CHRISTENSEN, CAROL.....................Luck Elementary-Psychology CHRISTENSON, RAYMOND .... River Falls Psychology CHRISTIANSON, TERRY.................Roberts Psychology CHURCHILL, EDWIN................Ladysmith Political Science CLAFLIN, JAMES..............Hastings, Minn. Sociology CLARK, JAMES.......................Waterloo Elementary CLIFTON, JUDSON.................River Falls Elementary-Geography 151 CLASS MEETING to discuss graduation plans brings varied reactions by class members.COOK, SHARON.......................Cumberland Elementary-Psychology CRISLER, CAROLE...................River Falls Biology CULVER, RICHARD.....................Ellsworth Economics-Social Science CULVER, WALTER......................Ellsworth Music CUMMINGS, RONALD - - - - Minneapolis, Minn. Advertising-History CUMMINGS, MARILYN...................Ellsworth Elementary-Art CUP CHOY, ROBERT - - - Makawao, Maui Hawaii Speech CUSICK, TERENCE................Newport, Minn. Social Science DAHL, DELORES......................Grantsburg English, French DAKIN, GEORGE..........................Antigo Biology DELONG, SHARON........................Elmwood Art DIETRICH, NADINE.......................Exelan Elementary DISALVO, VINCENT.......................Cudahy Speech-History DOMBROCK, ESTHER..............St. Croix Falls General DOONAN, DENNIS.........................Hudson Economics-Psychology DORGAN, PHYLLIS.....................St. Paul. Minn. Elementary DREW, GORDON - - Gleason Economics-Business Administration DURAND, CYRILLE............No. St. Paul, Minn. English-Political Science EDIN, MURRAY...........................Hudson Economics EDINGER, CLIVE...........................Omro Agriculture ELLINGSTAD, RICHARD....................Hudson Chemistry EMERSON, DAVID................St. Paul, Minn. Math ENGEBRETSON, DON.......................Hudson Art ENGEBRETH, KRISTIN -Elementary-Journalism - - - - River Falls ESSWEIN, LANE Math ESSWEIN, WILLIAM Physics-Math Boyceville EVERSON, THOMAS - - - -Elementary Hudson FEHLEN, JEROME Agriculture Hampton FELLENZ, DAVID Chemistry FELTES, LORENTZ - - - -Business Administration-Math • West Chicago, HI. FENDRICK, RICHARD - - • Art FINN, KATHLEEN Elementary Ellsworth FISK, DOUGLAS Agriculture - - - St. Croix Falls FLUEGER, HEIDI Speech Therapy-Elementary - - Red Wing, Minn. FOSS, JANET Elementary-Psychology Whitehall FRANKS, DAVID Speech-Political Science - - - St. Paul, Minn. FRAZER, DAVID Math-Economics FRAZIER, JOAN Library Science FRENCH, CHARLOTTE - • Elementary - - - - River Falls FRITZ, ROBERT Art, Biology River Falls FROSETH, JOHN Agriculture - - - - - Elk Mound FULLER, JOHN Elementary - - - St. Paul, Minn. GAARD, GARY Biology ------ Eau Claire GEHN, NOLA Upper Elementary GERIG, LELA Music River Falls 152GERMAIN, RICHARD.................Somerset Social Science GIGSTAD, LEIF................Sturgeon Bay Agriculture GILBERT, LLOYD.....................Hudson Psychology GOFFIN, BRADLEY.................Ladysmith History GRAHAM, R. MORGAN..................Elgin, 111. English GREENWOLD, LARRY...................Barron Chemistry GREGORICH, FRANCIS..............Greenwood Chemistry GRIVNA, DON....................- • - • Clayton Agriculture GROVER, MAVIS.....................Nekoosa Speech-English GUISE, DAVID........................River Falls Chemistry GUST. ROBERT.........................Deer Park Agriculture-Political Science GUSTAFSON, PAMELA.........Red Wing, Minn. Psychology-Sociology HAAS, FRANK................So. St. Paul, Minn. Economics HADDOW, KAREN....................Spring Valley Elementary-Psychology HAGEN, ORWOLL.......................Wittenberg Agriculture HAGEN, LORETTA......................Cumberland Elementary HAIN, WALTER...........................Hayward Biology HALL, KATHLEEN.........................Roberts Elementary HALLER, NANCY - -- -- -- -.......-Waunakee Elementary HANSEN, ARDELL........................Milltown Math-Chemistry HANSEN, BRUCE............St. Paul Park, Minn. Social Science HANSEN, JOHN.....................Turtle Lake Math-Chemistry HANSEN, WILLIAM -................Turtle Lake Chemistry HANSON, ARDYS......................Hayward Elementary HANSON, BETHINAE.................Rice Lake Elementary HAGESTUEN, DOUGLAS.................Cameron Elementary HAUSCHILDT, DEAN.................Ellsworth Biology-Math HAY, STEVEN..................Lake Geneva Physics HEADLEY, LEON...........Camboa, Canal Zone Medical Tech HEALY, RICHARD.......................River Falls Chemistry HEMPEL, VIVIAN....................St. Paul Minn. Elementary HENNEBERGER, CHARLES---------Fowler, Ind. Social Science HENRIKSEN, WAYNE......................Luck Broad Area Social Science HERIOT, AUDREY............Lakeland, Minn. Art-Psychology HERMAN, DAVID.................... Gillman Agriculture HESELTON, ANITA........St. Paul Park, Minn. Elementary HICKOX, BILL.........................Shell Lake Elementary SENIOR Nancy Zank and Instructor Richard Condon display one of the articles recently added to the Archives. 153HIRDLER, DOUGLAS Broad Area Social Science ■ • - Red Wing, Minn. HIRSCHINGER, JAMES - -Psychology ........ Hudson HOFFHINES, ETHEL Elementary Washburn HOFFMAN, ALAN Agriculture HOLDEN, SHARON French-Journalism HUFFCUTT, JOHN Economics-Geography ......... Cadott ISAKSSON, GLEN Biology River Falls JACKSON, MYRON Biology Luck JACOBSON, KENNETH • Biology - - - - Beldenville JADINAK, NICK Elementary River Falls JARVINEN, BRYAN - - -Economics - - - St. Paul, Minn. JAWORSKI, DONALD - - - Agriculture Pulaski JENSEN, RICHARD Agriculture Altoona JENSON, GERALD Agriculture-Industrial Arts JILEK, ANTHONY Agriculture-Chemistry Rice Lake JOHNSON, LINDA Elementary ■ - - Stillwater, Minn. JOHNSON, LOIS Elementary-Music Rice Lake JOHNSON, NORMAN - - -Economics River Falls JULIAR, NORMAN Elementary-History • • • • St. Paul, Minn. JUNKMAN, REBECCA - - -Elementary - - Wisconsin Rapids KALLEVANG, JAMES....................Centuria Psychology KEEFER, JILL........................Prescott Sociology KEENLYNE, KENT........................Durand Biology-Geology KIEPERT, SUSAN.........................River Falls Elementary KIM, HAI RYONG..................Seoul, Korea Math-Physics K1SSLING, ROBERT.......................River Falls Math-Economics KLATT, MARLIN..........................Clear Lake Social Science KLECKER, MAX.......................Ellsworth Agriculture KLOKE, ORVILLE..................Maiden Rock Physics KNUTSON, DAVID........................Chetek Physics KOEPNICK, DONALD.....................Elkhora Math KOPEKY, HOWARD........................Wabeno Agriculture KRAFT, KENNETH.........................Elcbo Physics KRAFT, LARRY..........................Colfax Agriculture KRAFT, PATRICIA.................. Menomonie Elementary-Psychology KRANZ, JUDITH................Hastings, Minn. Elementary KRENTZ, DAVID.................St. Paul, Minn. Economics KRIEGL, JOSEF........................Baraboo Agriculture KUG1, GILBERT......................Milwaukee Elementary KURSCHNER, NANCY...............Prairie Farm Elementary LARSON, HARLAN........... ........Ellsworth Chemistry-Math LARSON, JOHN.........................Hammond Physics-Math LARSON, KEITH..........................Clear Lake Broad Area Social Science MADISON, BRUCE....................Barronette Agriculture MAHLSTEDT, DIXIE.....................Roberts Elementary-Library Science 154MANN, HOWARD...................Hager City Elementary MANOSKY, UNDA....................Centuria Art MATHISON, ROGER................Wittenberg Agriculture MEATH, JEROME......................Hudson Economics MEIER, ROBERT...................Menomonie Junior High MEIER, VERNON..................- Prescott Physics MELES, LEROY.......................Suring Agriculture MICHAELSON, ERMA............St. Croix Falls Math MILLER, CHRISTINE..............River Falls Math MONSON, CAROLYN................River Falls Elementary MONTBRIAND, DAVID .... New Richmond Physics-Math MORRISON, ELAINE................Ellsworth Elementary MORRISON, IVAN..................Ellsworth Broad Area Art LARSON, LAVERNE.................Hillsdale Math LARSON, WAYNE..................River Falls Liberal Arts LASKA, CHRISTINE..................Hayward English LEE, KWANG.....................Seoul, Korea Math LEE, RUSSELL................-......Amery Sociology LEITNER, RONALD...................Chilton Agriculture LEMMERMAN, JERRY...............Hager City Chemistry LENSELINK, JOAN................Clear Lake Math-Physics LENTZ, MARY.....................BoyceviUe Broad Area Liberal Arts LENZ, KAREN....................Shell Lake Elementary LINDELL, MARGARET . -Elementary-Psychology ■ - - - New Richmond LINDQUIST, JAMES Pre-Medicine LINDQUIST, JEAN Elementary Hager City LINDQUIST, JERRY Pre-V eterinary Hager City LUKITSCH, PAUL Agriculture MC ADAM, JAMES Agronomy New Richmond MC ADAM, MARY Psychology - - - - New Richmond MCKENNA, CAROLYN - - - Elementary - - - New Richmond MCKENZIE, ARIEL Elementary MC KENZIE, FREDERICK - a . Economics • Paraiso, Canal Zone MACLEOD, ROBERT - - -History-English MAC LEOD, ROBERT - - -Broad Area Social Science Hager City MOTL, BERNARD Elementary SENIOR Sharon Holden helps another student in the Bookstore. 155MOTT, ROONEY....................River Falls Economics MOUNTAIN, DONALD............Ellsworth Math MULHOLLAM, OLIVE................River Falls Elementary NEGARD, DONALD....................River Falls Journalism-English NELSON, DONALD.........................Chetek Math NELSON, ERIC....................Sturgeon Bay Agriculture NELSON, SELMER........................Prairie Farm Agriculture NESTE, DONALD.........................Spooner Elementary NICHOLS, PATRICIA.....................Wheeler Elementary-Speech NITITHAM, VILAS............Bangkok, Thailand Political Science-Sociology NORDEN, SHARON........................Baldwin Elementary NORVOLD, TELFORD.......................Wilson Biology O’CONNEL, FRANCIS....................Hammond English OLSEN, LAWRENCE....................Fairchild Math OLSEN, NORMAN......................Fairchild General OLSEN, RICHARD...............St. Paul, Minn. Speech OLSON, DOUGLAS........................Dallas Math OLSON, JOANN......................Grantsburg Elementary OLSON, MICKEY..........................Knapp Sociology OLSON, THOMAS................Red Wing, Minn. Broad Area Social Science ORMSTON, CLYDE....................Grantsburg Math-Physics OSTRANDER, DENNIS..................Melrose Math PARISEAU, RICHARD - - - - St. Paul, Minn. Elementary PARKER, ARDEN...................River Falls Chemistry PEACH, RENIE........................Milltown Elementary PEISSIG, DENNIS...................Dorchester Agriculture-Economics PETERSEN, JOHN..................Clear Lake Economics-Political Science PETERSON, CAROL.............New Richmond Elementary-Psychology PETERSON, CHARLES - - - No. St. Paul, Minn. Economics PETERSON, DONALD - - - - Red Wing, Minn. Physics PETERSON, EMERY.......................Cadott Agriculture PETERSON, RICHARD..................Ellsworth Physics-Math PETERSON, STEWART...............Hager City Elementary PLUMB, RICHARD......................Edgerton Psychology POTOCNIK, DELMAR........................Owen Physics POULTER, CHARLES..................Cumberland Agriculture PRESCOTT, CHARLES......................Tomah Chemistry RAASCH, DORIS...............Red Wing, Minn. Sociology RADOSEV1CH, TRACY......................River Falls Agriculture RANDALL, WILLIAM.......................Amery Physics-Math RICHARDSON, GWEN...............Spring Valley Elementary RICHARDSON, JERILYN.............River Falls Elementary ROMSOS, DALE.........................Cameron Agriculture ROMSOS, EUGENE........................Barron Agriculture 156ROSENBROOK, ROBERT -Agriculture ROTH, BEVERLY Speech-English ROY, JAMES Social Science River Falls RUBEN, DON Agriculture RUEDY, DONALD Art Neillsville RYGH, LEONA Elementary SANDEEN, MARY Elementary-Art - • Stillwater. Minn. SAXHY, RAYMOND Agriculture SCHAEFER, DAVID Agriculture Whitehouse SCHMALZBAUER, KEITH Social Studies • • St. Paul, Minn. SCHMANSKI, JOAN Medical Technology • Red Wing, Minn. SCHMIDT, HENRY Math SCHMIDT, JAMES Elementary SCHMILING, BRUCE Agriculture Algoma SCHNEIDER, LARRY Agriculture SCHOLZ, DURWOOD - - - -History-Biology Plum City SCHULTZ, ALBERT Agriculture-Economics SCHUSTER, FRED Speech SEIPEL, GALEN Agriculture Fall Creek SEIPEL, LINDA Music SETTER, PAUL Chemistry Deer Park SEVERSON, MARILYN - -Elementary • - St. Croix Falls SHAWBOLD, DEAN---------White Bear Lake, Minn. Elementary SIEBOLD, WAYNE........................Hammond Speech Correction SIMACEK, THOMAS.................New Richmond Math SIMON. DONALD.....................Stillwater, Minn. History-Sociology SIPPLE, KENNETH.....................Menomonie Agriculture SMITH, CHARLES....................River Falls Social Science SMITH, JAMES..........................Merrill Agriculture SNYDER, FREDERICK.................River Falls Elementary SOCHA, SYLVESTER..................River Falls Agriculture SOKOLOWSK1, LEONARD.................- Hawkins Pre-Professional SOMMERS, KERMIT...................Stillwater, Minn. Elementary SPEICH, ROBERT......................Ladysmith Agriculture SENIOR Don Troddl works on one of his final projects at WSC. Riser Falls. SEYED1N, MIR Math Mashhad, Iran 157SPIES, ROBERT................St. Paul, Minn. Math SPRINGER, SHARILYN................Menomonie Elementary-Psychology STEFFEN, GREGORY.............Glenwood City Pre-Veterinary STEFONEK, JACQUEUN...................Hudson Chemistry STELLRECHT, DONALD..................Spooner Social Science, Library Science STENBERG, WARREN......................Blair Psychology STOCKLEY, DONALD................Rhinelander Agriculture STRELOW, WARREN..............St. Paul, Minn. History STUNKEL, MARLYCE................Milwaukee Lower Elementary SUTTEN, LAURENCE................River Falls Economics-Psychology SWANSON, SHERIDAN - - - - Stillwater, Minn. Upper Elementary SWARTZ, WILLIAM.......................River Falls Elementary TAYLOR, LOUISE.........................SheU Lake Elementary-Psychology THOMPSON, DON........................Hudson Business Administration THOMPSON, VERLYS.............New Richmond Art THORESON, MAREN.....................Roberts English-Speech THURSTON, PHILLIP....................Sparta Social Science TIETZ, LARRY...........................Clam Falls History TOFTE, THOR A.........................Hager City Elementary TOLLEFSON, DUANE..............Glenwood City Upper Elementary TYLER, THOMAS................New Richmond Economics UELAND, MARJORIE----------No. St. Paul, Minn. Broad Area Social Science 158 URBANZ, FRANK........................Willard Agriculture VANOUS, ROGER - - - - Columbia Heights, Minn. Math VICHOREK, JOHN....................River Falls Math VIDER, LINDA.........................Exeland Upper Elementary VOBORNIK, BARBARA................Weyerhauser Elementary VOLLERT, GAIL..........................Amery Broad Area Music WAGNER, JACOB.....................Sheboygan German WALKER, KAE.......................River Falls Math-Chemistry WALL, CHUCK.......................River Falls Upper Elementary WALL, LARRY.......................Ellsworth Upper Elementary WEBSTER, CLARK................New Richmond Chemistry WEIMER, WILLIAM...................Jim Falls Economics-History WEISER, MICHAEL...................Clam Falls Psychology-Sociology WELLS, ABRON..................St. Paul, Minn. Economics WHITE, DONALD........................Spooner Upper Elementary-Geography WHITE, VIRGINIA.......................Maiden Rock German WICKBOLDT, DEAN.......................Turtle Lake Elementary WILLIAMS, CHARLES......................Osseo Agriculture WILLIAMS, STEPHEN.................Eau Claire Chemistry-Agriculture WILSON, WARREN......................Frederic Agriculture WINK, EDWARD...................Glenwood City Chemistry WISKERCHEN, LEONARD....................Pepin Social ScienceWISKERCHEN, MICHAEL - . - Maiden Rock Physic8 Math WITTENBERG, EUGENE - - ■ Si. Paul, Minn. Elementary WOLFE, LOREN .....................Cochran Agriculture WRIGHT, PAUL........................Hudson Chemistry ZABEL, GARY...................St. Paul, Minn. English ZANK, NANCY English Hudson ZAWADZKI, GABRIEL - • Agriculture ZERAHN, DAVID Music River Falls ZETH, LAVONNE Elementary - - - Red Wing, Minn. ZIEMER, JOAN Elementary Amery ZUKE, RICHARD Economics Riverside, III. CLIVE EDINCER looks into the future during his final days at River Fall . 159CLASS OFFICERS President............Cene Smith Vice-president... ... Dan Brandenstein Secretary......... Lois Dow Treasurer........Boh Maehaeek CLASS MEMBERSHIP 436DOWN THE HATCH! Junior George Motz won the pancake-eating contest sponsored by Ace Foods during the Homecoming festivities. He ate 16 of Ace’s “specialties.” Achlerhof, Julia . Aiken. James .... Amini. Hashem .. Amodt. James . . Andersen. Sharon Anderson. Alice . .. .. Hammond Siraiford.Conn. .. Tehrah. Iran ......Bloomer .........Luck ......Wheeler Anderson. Andrew Anderson. Mark .. Anderson. Marvin Anderson. Sandra . Anderson. Vernon Andes. Judith--- ____Turtle Lake .. St. Paul. Minn. ----River Falls . New Richmond ....... Spooner Stillwater. Minn. Anibas. Robert..............................Arkansaw Aschenbach, Robert...................St. Paul. Minn. Aspcrs, Iize......................Minneapolis. Minn. Baker. Joseph...............................Prescott Baker. Stephanie...............................Amery Balke. David................................Edgerton Bartels. Susan.............................Rice Lake Batterson. Donald.....................White Bear Lake Bauer. Roger................................Ellsworth Beaudry, James.................................Hudson Becker. Daniel................................Cameron Beestman, Clifford................................New Richmond Bennett, Richard.........................River Falls Best, Douglas..............................Woodville Berg, Sharon..................................Barron Bergene. John.................................Chetek Bignell, Paul...............................Arkansaw Binkowski, Carol.............................ElmwoodBishop, Neil .... Bixby, Kathleen . . Blodgett. Franklin Bosnian, Thomas . Bostrom, Dennis . Braker. William .. ......Prairie du Sac ......New Richmond ..........Boycevillc .............Baldwin ..........Hager City ...........Charlotte Brandenstein, Daniel Brickman, Koryl.... Brown, Frank....... Bryngelson. Carlvn . Bucttncr, Marvellc .. Burke, Arlcn........ ...............Watertown ..........New Richmond ...........Spring Valley ..................Barron ..........New Richmond ...................Amery Bye, Diane........................................Hastings Caflisch, Judith...................................Baraboo Caflisch. Thomas...................................Baraboo Cahanes, Carol..........................Stillwater, Minn. Callies, Betty.......................................Bruce Carlson, Burton.....................................Chctek Call, Duane......... Cegielski. John..... Christensen, Judy . .. Christianson, Gary ... Cipov, Lu Ann Cliver. John........... ......Eau Claire ......West Allis .........Prescott .. New Richmond ...........Chetek ......Marchfield Cloutier. Yvonne .. Cook. Mary....... Cotter, Patricia ... Cox, Janet....... Cudd, Theresa .. . Cummings, Cordon New Richmond ... Hager City .. Rhinelander New Richmond .... River Falls ... Beldenville Czekalske. Mary Dado. Kenneth . Danke. Clifford . Degner. Eugene. DeLong. Bruce . DeLong. Mark.. Weyerhauser .....Clayton ,.. Readfield . Cumberland .....Amery .....Owen Denison. Patrick .. Denning. John . . .. DeSmitn. Dennis .. Dial. Jeffrey..... Diller. Victor____ Dingmann. William ... Birchwood .....Mequon Glenwood City ......Wilson ... Boycevillc . . Grantsburg Doers. David .., Dow, Lois....... Drew. Janet . . . Ek. Joseph . . . , EUefson. Ann . . EUefson. Vernon .... River Falls . Glenwood City .......Gleason St. Paul. Minn. .. Spring Valley .. Spring Valley Ellison. LeeAnnc Endres. Robert., Engstrom. Judith Ermisch. Eugene Evans. John .... Evenson, Allen .. Cannon Falls. Minn. .... Hastings. Minn. .............Hudson ... Lakeland. Minn. ........River Falls .......Alma Center Fansler. Diane.... Faribault. Bruce ... Feld. Virginia.... Forehand. Wayland Forrest. David .... Fossum. Richard .. ...........Amery Mahtomedi. Minn. ..........Algoma .......Hillsdale .........Dresser .....Rice LakeFox. Karen Frank. Lona ... Froelich, Donald Fuller, Patricia. Funk. Wayne . . Carey. Glenda.. ..........Hartford ........Deer Park ... Chippewa Fall ........River Fall ..........Bay City Lawrenceburg. Ind. Cawske. Edward Gierok, Peter ... Gieae. Diane ... Giptad. Jordi .. Gilbertson. Eric . Gill. William . .. .... Spooner Independence .. Star Prairie . Sturgeon Bay .. Cornucopia . Cumberland Gilstad, David .... Goff. Thomas .... Grabowski. Richard Gray. Cherry .... Gray. Steven...... Green. Eugene .. . . .....Baldwin .....Hillsdale .... Pcshligo .... Edgcrton St. Paul, Minn. ... River Falls Greeno, Erma....................................Tomah Grccnquist, Ronald....................St. Croix Falls Greenwald, l.arry..............................Barron Gregurich, Robert..........................Deerbrook Orel hen. Rita...........................Turtle Lake Grimm, Nancy................................Rosendale Grosbcck, Marlene Grosser, Vance ... Haak, Charles .. . Haas. Arthur.... Hakes, Lyle....... Hardina, Larry . . . ....Clear Lake Northficld. Minn. ..... Flint, Mich. ............Unity ..........Stanley ____Turtle Lake Harter. John.................................Wabeno Hart wig. Mary..............................Hammond Haug. Jerry...................................Amerv Hawthorne. Terry.................Ml. Prospect. III. Hayden. Jay.................................Cornell Haynes. Stephen............................Waukesha Henman. Daniel... Heller, Charles ... Hendrikson, Roland Hermanson. Betty. Herschleb. Dian ... Hoard, Curtis .... ... St. Paul. Minn. Wisconsin Rapids ..........Colfax .......WoodviUe . Stillwater, Minn. Hudson Hoberg, Sharon Holen, Janice Holt. William Horn. Suzanne Howard, Spencer Howe, Roger Somerset Appleton Hueftle, Donnell Ingli. James Roberts Isaac, Patricia Jacobs. John Jan nett. James Sparta Janata. Arthur Jannul, Michael..........................Red Wing Jarvinen, Wayne.....................St. Paul, Minn. Jasicki, Garith.........................Wcyerhauscr Jensen, Byron................................Wilson Jensen, David............................La Crosse Johnson, Arthur.....................St. Paul, Minn. Johnson. Gary Johnson. Keith Johnson. Sandra Johnston, David Junker. Mary Jurgens, Ana Lu Kaiser, Dennis River Falls Kammerud, Richard .............................Dresser Kilium. Christiane.....................Brooklyn, N. Y. Kelly, Donna.....................................River Falls Kesscrich, Vincent...........................Sauk City Kidd. Richard...................................Hudson Kilbride. Kathleen............................Hastings Kingsbury, Anne Kozak, 1 8111... Kruschkc, Lyle Kuhn, James . . Kuhtz, Charles . Kurth, Thomas . Turtle Lake .. Wautomu ... Hudson . Clear Lake . Waukesha ... Wausau LaCrosse. Gary..... Lamb. Thomas....... Lang, Steven....... Langham, Thomas Lansing. Douglas . Larson. Connie .. ........Rhinelander ......Spring Valley ......St. Paul. Minn. .........Stone Lake ............Elmwood ............Clayton Larson. Dale .... Larson. Eugene ... Larson. Gary....... Larson. Kent..... LaVenture. Regina LeMay. Peter------ ............Ogema ........Ellsworth Minneapolis. Minn. ........Clear Lake ... New Richmond ..........Cornell Lemke. Arthur.... Lenselink. Rita ... Lcwcrenz. Alice ... Lindemann. Melvin Linden. Catherine . Lindrcw, David . . . Des Plaines. III. _____Clear Lake New Richmond .... River Falls .........Amery .... River !• alls Linse, William . . . Loeber, Mary...... Longsdorf. Richard Loomis. Larry Lucas. Barbara ... Lucdkc, Gayland .. ........Mondovi Stillwater. Minn. ..........Pepin ........Mondovi .........Cadott ......Milwaukee Lund, Charles .... Lundc, Charles ... Lutherman. Susan Lynum. Darlene.. Machacek. Robert Mann, Rebecca .. . St. Paul. Minn. Red Wing. Minn. ..........Hudson ... Spring Valley .......Glenville .... River Falls Markus. Fredric Marsolck, Don . Martin. Joyce - - Max. Dell...... May. Carole . . -May. Donald ... .. River Falls Fountain City ... Ellsworth ______ Crandon .. River Fall ,.. River Falls 164McDiarmid, Gurtie. McKenzie. Jerry... McKinley, Daisy... McNaughton, Glenn Mealh, Myron...... Mellgren, Marilyn.. ......Hudson ......Amcry ......Siren .... Eau Galle New Richmond ......Milltown Melslrom, Gary Michaels, James Miller, Jean Missling, Robert Berlin Mitchell, Thomas Moen, Richard Ladysmith Monchilovich, Duke Motz, George Neitzel, Roger Nelson. Joan Balsam Lake Ontario River Falls Nelson, LeRoy Nelson, Uoyd Clear Lake Cumberland Nelson, Valeria...........................River Falls Noard, Gerald..............................Weyerhauser Norderhaug, Judith........................River Falls Norquist, John............................Hager City Norrish, Roderick.........................Rock Falls Nortman, Ray.........................Black River Falls HITTING THE BOOKS! Dave Stafford and Dick Ricci are tudying in their room in Pruclia all. Many other juniors live college-approved off-campus using. ()l»on. Charles.. Olson. Dianne .. Olson. Donna .. Olson. Frederick Olson. Gordon .. Olson. Nina .... Spring Valley .... Deronda ........Luck .... Cashton .... Frederic ..Clear Lake Olson. Orland .. Olson. Roy .... Organ.Joyce .. , O'Sullivan. Basil Painter. John .. Parnell. Mary . . .... West by .. Ellsworth . Rice Lake . Rice Lake . River Falls .. Somerset Parslow, Thomas Parsons. Roger . Patten. Robert.. Paulsen. Janice . Paulson, William Pechacek. John . ... River Fulls . .. Plum City St. Paul. Minn. ......Frederic St. Paul, Minn. ... River Falls Pederson. Karen . Pennington. Bruce Petersen. Gary . . Peterson. Carroll . Peterson, Marjorie Piehl, Arthur . . . . River Falls River Falls .....Luck . Comstock .. Hudson ,. Shawano Pitzer, Leah Plummer. Dennis Potter. Howard . Pozzini. Michael. Preston, Lorin .. Price, Leonard .. ..........River Falls .........New Auburn ........ Washburn ... Stillwater. Minn. ..........Eau Claire St. Paul Park. Minn. Pritchard. Robert . Prochnow, Larry . Probst. Roger . . . Prokopuk, Robert Purvis. Ronald . . Rabus, David .. .. .. West Point, Ind. .........Gilman ......River Falls White Bear. Minn. ...........Knapp ............Lena Rask. Arnold................................PlumCity Rathausen. Ann................................Hudson Reetz, Joanne.............................Boyceville Ricci. Richard.......................St. Paul, Minn. Richards, Gretchen............................Hudson Richmond, Don............................Eagle River Riech, Rolland . Rindal, Michael Ringgcr, Dean . Rizzo, Reno ... Rogers, Eileen . Rolstad, Jerome .......Bay City .. St. Paul, Minn. .... River Fall" . LaFayette. Ind. .......Centuria . .St. Paul,Minn. Rosenau, Gerald . Rossing, Ralph .. Rubin, John .... Runkel, Allen . .. Running, David . Sandvig, Timothy .... Milwaukee ......Hastings .....Rice Lake ........Dallas .......Westby .. Spring Valley Sargent, Jerold.................................Danbury Sartori, David..............................Fond Du Lac Schaffer, Georganne.........................N. St. Paul Schilling, Nathan............................LaFayette, Ind. Schmid, Paul....................................Chilton Schmidt, Wayne..................................Shawano 166Schmit. Frederick . Schmit. Rose...... Schneider. James . Schneider. Timothy Schmur. Louise ... Schultz. David . . . . . River Falls St. Croix Falls .... Marihrl •.. Lake Elmo . Balsam l.ake ......Curtiss Schultz. Mary..............................Stillwater Schultz. Molly................................Roberts Srh«maker. Carolyn..........................Ellsworth St. Paul. Minn. Seki. Mae Setter. Gerald Sheppard. Richard Dresser St. Paul. Minn. Chetek Slight. Jane Smith. Gene Smyth. Lynn...........................Watertown Somerville. Robert Spies. Robert.... Stafford. David . . Staigcf. Jerome . . Starkey. Richard . Starr. Judith .... .. Hayward ...St. Paul .. Grinnel! Hager Citv . Rice Lake ...Hudson .......................... Hudson :;:: v. v. v.v.v::::::: Strasser, Tom........................................Antigo ...................................Tony f.......................................Ladysmith Sumner. Douglas.......................River Falls .........................River Falla •• ........................Independence Swanson. Jamie ...........................Cushing Swanson. Sharon..............................Somerset Sweeney. Melodie..............................Cornell Swenson. Stuart..........................Balsam Lake Siciech, Gloria...............................Stanley Tanner. James .............................St. Croix Falls Taylor. Jacqueline............White Bear l.uke, Minn. Thieme. Robert...................N. St. Paul. Minn. WU........................Si. Paul. Minn. Thompson. Robert....................Spring Valley Thompson. Rodney..........................Whitehall TW Henry ..............................Independence Turcheneske. John......................River Falls Valenla, Joseph.......................... Surin. .......................St. Paiii. Mi m. Van Dyke. Gregory............................Durand Vento ruce..........................St. Paul. Minn. Vest. Thomas........................St. Paul. Minn Vichorek. John.........................Ri«er FallsVier. Clark...............................Hammond Voigt, Bevorly.............................Barron Waxon, Barbara.............................Hudson Webb, Allen...............................Elmwood Webb. Jon...........................Spring Valley Weber, Douglas............................Elmwood Weberg. Lyndon..............................Ellsworth Weinke. Lynn...............................Eau Claire Welch. William...............................Prescott Welke. Ronald...................................Eleva Welly. Frederick..............................Crivitz Wicklund. John.......................St. Paul. Minn. Wickre, John....... Williams, Norman .. Williams, Ronald . . Wilmot, Hampton .. , Wisncr, Hugh .........Cumberland .....St. Paul. Minn. ...........Centuria .........River Falls ..........Cumberland Woo. Irene...........................Hong Kong. B. B. C. Woodbeck, Dave.....................St. Paul, Minn. Woolson, Floyd.....................St. Croix Falls Zappa, Joyce..........................Cumberland Zaspel, Janet................................New Richmond Zeller. James......................Round Lake, III. Zepplin, Mary..........................Barneveid THE JUNIOR CLASS officers are relaxing in ihe Student Center. President Gene Smith, Secretary Lois Dow, Treasurer Bob Macha-cek, and Vice-president Dan Brandenstein lounge on second floor.o p H O M O R E CLASS OFFICERS President.....P. Harvey Slower Vice-president.. David Pederson Secretary . . . Beverly Froseth Treasurer . . . . .v. . John Gilbert CLASS ADVISORS Marilyn Hinson Robert Bailey CLASS MEMBERSHIP 546Aaker. Judith .... Ackerson. Larry . Amphlclt. Nadine Amundsen. Rolf. Andersen. Mary . Anderson, Carol. Red Wing. Minn. .....River Falls .......Madison .. St. Paul. Minn. ........Madison ____Clear Lake Anderson. Judith........................Hager City Andren. Vernon................................Amery Anfinson. Barbara...........................Baldwin Ankley, Clarence.............................Sarona Arbogast. Jan...........................Clear Lake Armbruster. Pam.........................River Falla Arast. Gene ... Avery. Helen ... Bahr, Gordon . . Bains. Richard . Baker. Larry ... Bakker. Charles .........Sheboygan Fort Worth. Texas ........Ridge land ......Milwaukee .. Massilion. Ohio ..........Frederic Barr. Barbara...................................Cameron Bartlett. James......................... Edina. Minn. Bartlett. Roger...............................Ellsworth Baudck. Richard.................................Goodman Bautch. Barbara...............................Whitehall Becker. Bonnie..................................Cameron Becker. Christian.................................Cudahy Beckwith. William................................Hayward Bcede. Hollis................................Alma Center Beeson. Margaret..................................Hudson Belfiori. Philip..............................Riw Falls Belisle. Jo Ann.....................................Luck Benson, Edward.....................Des Moines. Iowa Bents. Ideila...............................Comstock Beran, Robert.............................Cumberland Bcrgmann, Merry..............................Ashland Berken, Marilyn....................St. Paul, Minn. Berkseth, John...............................Baldwin Betterley, Alan..........................New Richmond Binkowski, Leo...................................Elmwood Birkel, Sally..................................Ellsworth Billrich, Corinne ......................St. Paul, Minn. Blakcsley. Mary..................................Elkhorn Blegen, Dean.............................Spring Valley Bochlke. Catherine...................Farmington, Minn. Bohlken, Gary.................................Prescott Bonneville, Judith..........................Cumberland Botlolfson, Kathleen...........................Deronda Bowers, Merridy............................Green Bay Boyer, David...................................Cambria Brager, Alice........ Brandstatter, Michael Braun, Gary.......... Breuer. Robert....... Brickner. Jim........ Brooks. George....... .... Alma Center ... New Auburn ......Randolph Red Wing. Minn. ........Bay City ..........Sparta Brown. Robert...............................Westfield Brown. Rodney.................................Stanley Bruce. John...............................Apah. Ghana Brucker. Gary.........................St. Paul. Minn. Buhr. Eric................................Clear Lake Bula. Victor...................................Antigo 170, Robert.....................Stillwater, Minn. Wayne.........................Chippewa Falls Jeffrey.....................St. Paul, Minn. William..................................Trego Gerald................................Spooner Cabanowski, Kathleen Cabanski, Walter . . . Cullies. Michael...... Cardell, Shirley...... Carlson, Cheryl...... Carlson, Edward .... ......Lake Crystal, Minn. ................Shell Lake Carlton, Warren.................................Spooner Carrier. Alan.................................Edgerton Casey, John..............................New Richmond Chapin, Noel.................................Woodville Charlson, Spencer..........................Northfield, Minn. Chatcrton, Mary............................Stillwater. Minn. Cherry, Donald Chicilo, Thomas.........................Glen Christensen, Harold.....................New Christensen, Christenson, Christenson. Kathleen....................Lo Christoph. Elaine................................Hudson Christopherson, Douglas.....................Beldenville Cina, Steve.................................River Falls Clark, Linda.............................St. Croix Falls Climic, Barry..............................St. Germain Clos, Judy................................St. Paul, Minn. Collman, Jeanette Cook Gary....... Cook, Laverne . . Cordes. Marilyn . Couture, Leigh .. Coyle. Robert... . Wisconsin Rapids .............Colby ...........Wilton .......Comstock ... St. Paul, Minn. .......Lapel, Ind. Cree, Curtis Dan . .. , James ... Thomas DeLorit. Diane .. DePalna John ... ......Amery . Munster. Ind. St.Pauf.Minn. Derikartz, Rolf.....................Lengerich, Germany Dierschow, Diane............................Chicago, III. Dillcnbcck, Roger.............................Greenwood Dinger. Blaine...........■.....................Centuria Ditlefsen, Joan................................Centuria Donate!!, Jerome.................................Spooner Dopkins, Gerald . Dreger, Raymond Droubic, Charles Dunn. Marvin . . Dupius. Rene . . . Duren, Eunice ... ...River Falls ........Colfax St. Paul. Minn. .... Westfield ......Mosinee . Spring Valley Edersold, Michael........................... • • All Ekstrom. Kermit..........................River Fa Endres, Joseph........................Hampton, i Enloc, Beverly...........................River. Erickson. Gerald...........................Woodville Erickson. Richard.............................Hixton 171Falkman. Peter.. Pansier. Duane .. Fawcett. Ronald . Feeney. David ... Fellman. Joanelte Fcmholz. David . . St. Paul. Minn. ..........Amery .........Beloit Excelsior. Minn. ......Ella worth ....... Arcadia Fick. Edward........................................Wilson Ficbig. Louise.....................................Hawkins Fischer, Lynn.................................. Ellsworth Fitzjarrel). Norma.............................River Falls Fleck. Elena.......................White Bear Lake. Minn. Fliflet. Philip....................................Sheldon Flynn. Frank Frank. Faye Froseth. Beverly . Fume, Donna . . Cargwhak. James Gauvin. Daniel... ... Eau Claire .....Almena . . Elk Mound . . . Ellsworth ,.. Rice Lake Spring Valley Genrich. Donald..............................Biraanwood Ceraets. Robert.................................Elmwood Gerlach. Louise..............................Marchfield Giere. Dennis......................No. St. Paul. Minn. Giese. Carl.................................Alma Center Giese, Russell..............................Rice Lake Gilbert, Don........ Gilbert. John....... Gilson. Karen....... Ginsbach. Ralph . . , Glaus. Gerald....... Goetzelman. William ........Hudson Oskaloosa. Iowa ......Edgerton .....Elmwood ........Amery Lake Tomahawk Goodcll, Colleen..............................Wheeler Gorka, George....................................Boyd Graham. Vicki.............................Elgin. III. Crandt, Dianne....................No. St. Paul. Minn. Grant, Keith...............................Deer Park Green, Dona...........................St. Croix Falls Greener, Sandra............................Cumberland Grenquist, Diane...........................Cumberland GrilTcy, Janet............................River Falls Griglak, William..........................Glen Flora Grucncwald, Joyce.............................Osceola Grunke, John..........................St. Paul, Minn. Guiser, Sharon..........................Spring Valley Gullickson, Kathleen....................,........Amery Gustafson, Jeanne......................St. Paul, Minn. Hager, Ronald......................... i.......Alma llagland. Margaret.................................New Richmond Hague, Laurel...........................Maiden Rock Halko. Michael.................No. St. Paul, Minn. Hammes, John................................Chetck Hanna. Betty................................Sharon Hansen, James...............................Hudson Hanson, Paul....................Albert Lea. Minn. Harris, Mark.......................St. Paul. Minn. Haworth, James...............................Glenwood City Herbert. Franklin......................Chippewa Falls Heimstead. Ted............................Neillsville Heiting, Ann...................................Hudson Hcrmundson, Duane................................Alma Hess. Terence.............................La Crosse 172Hesselink. Uiry.................................Baldwin Hetzel. Thomas..........................Hale Corner Hetznecker. Thomas.....................Mahlomedi. Minn. Hickox. Thomas..............................Shell Lake Hjelle. Gloria....................................Amery Hoff. Sandra.....................While Bear Lake. Minn. Hoffman, William.....................Stillwater. Minn. Holcomb. Linda................................Frederic Holmquisl. Barbara....................New Richmond Hopman. Linda...............................Boyceville Hoschelle. Gary...................West Si. Paul. Minn. Host eland. Mark.............................Red Wing. Minn. Houser. Larry......................................River Falls Howard. Diane....................................Madison Howard. Paul...............................Spring Valley Howse. Sander ................Tuskegee Institute. Ala. Hubing. Duane......................................Loyal Hughes. Donna .....................................Knapp Hughes. James.....................................Berlin Huldeen. Russell.......................Si. Paul. Minn. Hunt, Rollin......................................Balsam Lake Ingalls. Berry....................West St. Paul. Minn. Izdepski. James..................................Conrath Jackson. Edna....................................Danbury Jahn. Susan....... Jahnke. Paul Janisch. William .. Jetzke. Juliana ... Johnson. Charles.. Johnson, Dell..... .............Si. Paul. Minn. ....................Somerset .................River Falls .............Si. Paul. Minn. .............Red Wing. Minn. .......................Amery Johnson. Dennis ...............................Blair Johnson. Dianne.................................River Falls Johnson. Donald............................Boyceville Johnson. Fred...............................Red Wing. Minn. Johnson. James........................Red Wing. Minn. Johnson. Judy...................................River Falls Kahabka, Barbara Kaiser, Caroll Kallas, James Kannel. Edward Karl, Darrell Kascl, Karen Plum City Kelley, Patricia Stoughton Kelm. Richard Kclo. Dennis Keyes, Barbura Knapp Kicpert. David River Falls King, Wayne Si. Paul, Minn. Kirchncr, Inez...........................River Falls Klccker. Joanne...................Minneapolis. Minn. Klimmek. Judith......................Si. Paul, Minn. Klink. Rowland............................River Falls Kluender. Timothy....................Si. Paul, Minn. Knapmiller. Jerry........................Birchwood Knuth, Norman............................Milwaukee Knutson, Nicole........................Three Lakes Konefes, Thomas............................Danbury Kongslien. Thomas.........................Tomahawk Kosck. Susan.................................Loyal Kraft, Edward..............................Hayward 173Kringle. Terry . . Laakso, John . . . Ladwig, Thomas Laffe, Daniel . . I .ail , Donald ... Lungkos, Dennis .............Webster ................Owen ..........La Crosse ...........Fairchild ..........New London .......:. Centuria Lansing, Barbara...........................Spring Valley Lansing, Earl............................ Spring Valley Lansing, Mary..................................Ellsworth Larkowski, Philip...............................Chippewa Larsen, David....................................Roberts Larson, Barbara.........................St. Croix Falls Larson, Duane............................Plum City Larson. Keith............................Star Prairie Larson, Nancy...........................River Falls Leadholm, Erik................................ Amcry Lee, J. Kenneth............................ Durand Legare, Harlan....................Farmington, Minn. Lemere, Linda Lewis, Marilyn Linaberry. Robert Hayward Westfield MacGregor, Bob Mackenzie, Ruth Madsen, Larry Madison. Daniel Manor. Perry............................. ■ - • Pepin Manula. Thomas...............................Burkhardt Marino, John....................................Hudson Markgren, Judith............................Cumberland Markison. Judy..........................West St. Paul, Minn. Martell, Gary.................................Somerset Marlin. Brenda ..............................Elmwood Martin, W. Bradford............................Pepin Mathies. John................................Denmark Mathison, Edward...............................Thorp Mathison. Harriet.............................Hudson Matz. Ronald..............................Wittenberg McCaffery, Ralph McClellan, Elizabeth .. McCormack. Lawrence McEwen. Mary Ellen .. McKinley. Myrna..... McLaughlin, James ... ...............Dousman White Bear Lake, Minn. ..............Bay City ...........River Falls .................Siren ..............Roberts Melchert. Janet.. Melin. Wayne . .. Meuwissen, Joyce Mielke, Richard . Mike. Robert... Moe. Michael . .. .....Seymour ...... Cushing St. Paul. Minn. _____ Stillwater St. Paid. Minn. .... Somerset Moen. Jean....................................Hudson Moline. Harold..............................Frederic Montbriand. Jeff...................Stillwater. Minn. Morrison. John...................No. St. Paul. Minn. Most. Thomas................................Prescott Munson, Joseph...............................Mondovi 174“PERCOLATE THE PIONEERS.” The class-sponsored float for the Homecoming Parade represented the sophomore slogan. Murphy. William..................................River Falls Muschik, Gary..................................Clayton Myrvold, Robert.................................Hudson Nechville. Walter..............................Roberts Nelson. Jane..............................Star Prairie Nelson. John.....................................Clam Fails Nelson. Lyndon .. . Nelson. Mark........ Nelson, Roger Ncurer, Linda . . . . Nilsestuen. Wilda . . Norderhaug. Donald ......Downing ... Grantsburg Hastings. Minn. . . Cumberland ......Arcadia .... Ellsworth Noreen. Pamela..........................N. St. Paul Norling, Kenneth ...................... Grantsburg Oakland. James..............................Prairie Farm Obradovich. Michael...........................Eagle River O'Flannagan, Cheryl.........................Prairie Farm Olin, Catherine.......................... Centuria Olson, Jean....... Olson. Karen...... Olson, Thomas . . O’Malley. David .. O'Meara, Kathleen O’Mcra, Kathleen . .......Luck Maiden Rock . Turtle Lake ..River Falls Spring Valley ......Knapp Orf, David................................Ellsworth Ormson, Duane.................................Barron Osen. Richard.................................River Falls Osley. Kathy................................Melrose Oswald, Geraldine............................Wauzeka Ouimette, George.........................River Falls Overbeck, Charles . Overholt, Laura . .. Pacyga, Frances .. Palmer, Ronald . . Palmquist, Stephen Parlow, Gene .... ... Sturgeon Bay ... Spring Valley .....Rice Lake ..........Hudson .. St. Paul. Minn. Black River Falls 175Pasanen. Larry......... Pastor. Frederick...... Paulsen, Betty......... Paulsen, Harlo......... Paulson, Donald......... Paulson. John........... ...................Exeland ............. New Auburn ..................Frederic ...............Red Granite .......New Brighton. Minn. ...................Clayton Pearson. Ronald.......................St. Paul. Minn. Pease. Roger..........................St. Paul. Minn. Peck. Susan...........................St. Paul, Minn. Pederson. David.................................Siren Pelenychka. James.............................Mosinee Pennington. Dorthey ......................River Falls Peno. Susan............................Rush City. Minn. Perkins. Michael..............................Spooner Peterson, Bruce.............................River Falls Peterson. Carol...................................Shawano Peterson. Gary...............................Star Prairie Peterson. John................................Bay City Peterson, June...................................Centuria Peterson, Karen.............................. Rice Lake Peterson. Manferd.......................Black River Falls Pevover, Carol....................................Hawkins Phillips. Patricia.................................Wither Pickarski, Kathleen...........................Inver Grove Pittman, Stephen. Plank, Del mar ... Popowski. Donald Quade. Mark ... Raether, James . . Reichert, Stanley. Buchanan, Mich. ...........Alma ........Chctek ____Turtle Lake .....River Falls Red Wing. Minn. Reiland. Ann ... Reis. Daniel . . . . Remand. Fred .. Rhiel. George ... Richert, Stanley . Rietschel. Dennis Pewaukee River Falls ,... Amery . Elmwood ____Loyal ... Winter S i1? ..............................St. Croix Falls Riley. Robert.....................Stillwater. Minn. Kitchen. Jenlyn.......................Rjvcr Falls Roen. Gailon..................................River Fall Roenz. Judith................................Manawa Roessler. Anita..............................Hudson Romsos. Karen................................Barronett Ronnander. Duane.............................Karlstad. Minn. Rossing. Bruce..................................Hudson Rudell. Geoffrey..............................Frederic Rudi. Marks.....................................Dallas Rust. Walter...............................Stillwater. Minn. Salmassi. Faramarz.......................Tehran. Iran Sanderson. Arthur...........................Ladysmith Sandquist. Karen................................Aniwa Sayre, Roger...................................Hudson Sazama. William..................................Boyd Schilling. Ida...................................Luck Schilling. Wayne.... Schleicher. Ann . ... Schlosser. Richard . Schlough. Richard . . Schouten. Marcella.. Schroedcr. Frederick . Newport, Minn. Sheboygan Falls ........Durand ... Menomonie .......Hudson ........Bangor 176Schultz. Donald.................................River Falls Schulte. Eugene................................Neillsville Secrist. Ray...........................................Alma Seering, Kenneth....................................Shaw no Scibel. Ralph.......................................Bloomer Senchal. Sandy.......................................Hudson Simmons, Kay..............................Rush City. Minn. Simons. Ann...................................Barron Simpson. William...........................St. Paul. Minn. Skrutvold, Beth..........................Beldenville Smallidge. Warren.....................St. Paul Park Smith. Nolan.................................Osceola StaebeD. Robert...........................Rice Lake Stanek. Diane...........................Inver Grove. Minn. Steele. Gary................................Waukesha Steen. Janet...................................Ridge land Steevens. Barry........................Stetson ville Steffen. Donald...........................Marshfield SteUricht. Paul . . Stewart. William . Stoetzel. William St. Ores. Virginia Slower, Harvey.. Streich, Marla .. .... Spooner ... River Falls .. Beldenville North Hudson ......Amery .....St. Paul Henry . . Karen . Marvin Gerald. Keith .. Swenson. Steven .....Merrill ■ ■ . Osceola . Turtle Lake .....Hudson Balsam Lake . Grantsburg Syverson. I.orin............................St. Paul Park Sczcch, Victoria........................... .Stanley Taubc. David.................................St. Paul Paik Tewinkel, Duane.............................Sheboygan Thayer, Frances...........................River Falls Thiemkc. Bruce................................ Tomah . Douglas............... River Falls , Jerilyn.............Minneapolis, Minn. Robert.............................River Falls •erald......................... Mondovi Neil . _...........................Hammond Katherine......................Weyerhouser Tielz, Robert..................................River Falls Timm, Arlys.......................................Willson Timm, Kenny.................................Willson Toshncr, Judith..........................Birnamwood Transberg. William.........................Roscmont Trudell. Kenneth.............................Hudson Varing. Judith.............................S. St. Paul Verhulst, Verl.............................Abbotsford Wade. Edwin.................................Plainfield Wahlstron, Richard.........................Clear Lake Wall. Winifred.............................River Falls Walker. Carol..............................River Falls 177Wallace. Kathleen Ward. Ronald_____ Warren. Walter . . Waxon. Janice . . . Webb. Michael.. Weber. Curtis . . . ......Hudson .. Balsam Lake ..... Baraboo .....Hudson .....Elmwood .... Elmwood Wcitz. David.........................Black River Fall Weix, Thomas......................................Amigo Welch. Breta...................................Prescott Wcndlandl, Ronald...............................Bloomer Wetllcson, David..........................Spring Vulley Wiesner. Vickie.................................Cameron Williams. Ralph . . Winger, Karsten . . Wittig, Frank . .. . Woiwode, Charles Wolcott. Alvin .... Wolf. Robert...... ........ Townsend ...........St. Paul ..............Durand .........River Falls .............Clayton .........River Falls Wolfe, Leon...............................Cochrane Wolfe. Warren................................River Falls Woods, Jerrold..........................Cumberland Wright. William...............................lola Wymcr, Carl..................................River Falls Yarrington, Richard.........................Nelson Youngman. Mary..........................Barron Zilgc, Melvcrne .......................Newport Zimmerman. Alan........................Merrill THE SOPHOMORE CLASS officers discuss plans for Initiation Week in the Cage. President P. Harvey Stower, Vice-president Dave Pederson, Secretary Bev Fro-set h, and Treasurer John Gilbert review accepted procedures for Kangaroo Kourt. 178CLASS MEMBERSHIP 722SING ALONG! Several freshman girls are enjoying a songfesl in the lounge of Halhorn Hall. Row 2: Jeannette Winger; Donna Haasl; Susan Hahn; Virginia Townsend; and Suzanne Ny-strom. Row I: Sylvia Wears; Laurel Funk; and Sandra Johnson. Adams. Bruce . ................... Ahasay. Jumcs............................. c, ..f'1 le Alldrilt. Jerome..................’' e,.m , 1e Amdal). Steven................ Stillwater. Mum. Anderson. Burnell.............................. i?T°n Anderson. Daniel.............................. ju°®°n .............. Hudson Anderson. David................................. Thorp Anderson. Ed....................No'. St. Paul' Minn. Anderson. James................................ Winter Anderson. Joan ..................St. Paul Parts. Minn. Anderson. Judith.............................St. Paul. Minn. Anderson. Lynn...............................St. Paul. Minn. Anderson. Philip..................No. St. Paul. Minn. Andress. Thomas.......................New Richmond Andrews. Ward..................................Pepin Anibas. Michael...............................Durand Ankerfelt. Cary.......................St. Paul. Minn. Anklam. Kathleen.........................Balsam Lake Anlauf. Chrtsieen Armbruster. Dick Armstrong. Kay.. Aulh. Thomas ... Babcock. George Baier. James----- Prairie du Sac ... Hager City ,.. River Falls ___Plum City .... DeForest .... Elmwood Baker. Mike......... Baker. Robert ------ Baldeshwiler. Sharon Balfanz. Mary....... BaJke, Eleanor .... Barber. David........ .....River Falls ........Prescott ......Jim Falls Stillwater. Minn. .......Edgerton ......Ladysmith Barrett. Kaye .. -Bartosh. Kay ... Bastian. Dennis.. Batley. Bruce . . . Bauman. Thomas Bautch. Dennis .. .......Trego ...River Falls . Balsam Lake .. Milwaukee .. Watertown Independence 180Bayer. Jacquclynn Beauvais. Judy . .. Beck. Ralph .... Beebe. Wendy .. . Bellows. Larry ... Bennett. Suzanne. ....WarTens . Balsam Lake .........AdeD ....Madison .. Cumberland St. Paul, Minn. Berg. Kathryn - - Berg. Lloyd----- Berg. OHin .... Berglund. Steven Bergman. Linda. Betzel. Philip ... ........Tomah .. Cumberland ........Blair ....Bay City St. Paul, Minn. .... River Falls Bielenberg. Warren Bird. Gary.......... Bitney. John........ Bitney. James....... Black, Harlan .... Blaisdell. Duane . . Stillwater. Minn. ......BoyccviUe . St. Paul. Minn. ......Shell Lake ......River Falls ......Ellsworth Blakeman. Kenn ... Bloomquist. James . Boatman, Stanley . . Bodenschatz. Nancy Bodsberc. Robert . . Bodsgara. John.... .............Hudson St. Louis Park. Minn. ..........Ellsworth ............Hayward .........Boyceville .....St. Paul, Minn. Bochn. Adrlr ... Boles. Douglas .. Booth. Jan...... Borovsky. Joseph Bottolfson, Glen . Bowman, Fern... .... Three Lakes .....River Falls .....Clear Lake Stillwater. Minn. .....River Falls _____Stockholm Bowman. Robert Marshfield Branstud. Robert Bray. Robert , Madison Breault, Darcy Somerset Breed, Michael Chetek Brooks, Fred Brown, Jack So. St. Paul. Minn. Brown. Judy River Falls Brownlee, Sandra St. Paul. Minn. Brummund, Amelia Cannon Falls Buettncr. Kathleen Burger, Wendy St. Paul. Minn. Bursch. Sandra Carr. Judith Glenwood, City Chapman, Catherine .... River Falls Chinnock. Kenneth Christensen, Jeanne .... Withee Christianson. Charles . . . Christison, John Balsam Lake Christopherson. Patricia . Churchill. Jane Cloutier, Bernard Cloutier, Charles New Richmond Collins, James Hastings, Minn. Collins, Katherine Cook.John St. Paul. Minn. 181Cook. Patricia . Cordes, Kerwin Corey. James ... Cotter. Stephen Cress. Raymond Cudd, Wallace . .....Hager City .....Comstock Stillwater, Minn. .......Prescott .... Clear Lake i •. • • River Falls Cunningham. John.....................Lafayette, Ind. Daft . Robert............................River Falls Uah . Susan..............................Grantsburg Dahlberg. Jane...........................Grantsburg Dahlen, Margaret.........................River Falls Daniels. Rita................................Hudson Daniels, Ronald..............................Hudson Danielson. Sandra........................River Falls Davis. Susan.........................Spring Valley Day Herbert............................... Hudson De Camp. Mark........................Glen wood. City Deetz. James..................................Eleva De Foe. Kathleen.......................St. Paid. Minn. Dekan, Jerald................................ Aumsta ReMafjJ DavW............................... . Slfngrr De mulling, James......................New Richmond DeMunck. Phillip...........................Glenheulah Deppe. Douglas.........................Stillwater. Minn. DesJardins, Dale DeSmith. Glenn. DeWolfe. Gerald. Diehl. Richard . . Dietrich. Pamela Downing. Arthur ........Frederic .. Glen wood City Northfidd. Minn. .. Prairie du Sac ..........Exeland .........Merrill Drew. Douglas . Drohmon, Floyd Dube. Douglas . Dubois. Roger., Dueholm. Carla. Dummer, Frank ......Rice Lake .....Grantsburg ........MiUtown Woonsocket. R. I. ...........Luck .....Elk Mound Dunemann. Wayne Durand. James ... Dzubav, Janet .... Eckholm, Mary ... Edwins, Allan..... Eggleston. Robert . ... Turtle Lake .....River Falls ...........Amery . St. Paul, Minn. Stillwater. Minn. ..........Barron Engebreth, Roger.............................River Palls Erdman. Jack........................St. Paul. Minn. briandson. James............................Westby Erstad, Dennis..................................De Forest Esswem. Robert...............................Shell Lake Eulberg, William...........................Portage Evans, Gary.......... Evenson, Donald .... Faast. Naval......... Falkofshe, Frank .... Fall, Eugene......... Fallstrom, Curtis .... .... Sparta ... Bonduel •.. Durand . Ellsworth ... Clayton Grantsburg Fansler, Donald . Fedie. Stephen .. Fehlen. Raymond Felt, John......... Feltcs, James ... Ferry. Noel........ ...........Amery ........Arkansas ........Osceola ......Hager Citv West Chicago. III. ... Prairie du Sac 182Finke. Su»an.......................Minneapolis Minn. Finscs. Brenda............................ . ComH Finsiad. Linda........................ Ri'er FaHs Fjeldstad. Barbara................Minneapolis. Minn. Ford, John............................Si. Paul. Minn. Fortney. Michael...... ............... Menomonie Foster. Wilson .. French. Harlan .. Frenetic. Edmond Friskc, David ... Fuhs. Carol...... Carbe, Bette . ... ............Roberts .........River Falls ... Stillwater. Minn. ........Greenwood West St. Paul. Minn. .... Si. Paul. Minn. Gartland. Patricia .... George. Roger.......... Gerberding. Gwen.... Gerino. Marlene....... Gfal. Thomas.......... Ciese. Paul........... ..................Madison .....West St. Paul. Minn. ..............River Falls ...............River Falls ................Plum City .............Alma Center Glaus. Perry .. . Godbout. Yvonne Goers.Cleo . . . . Grace. Gary.... Craser. Kenneth . Crasser. Abigail. ......Durand St. Paul. Minn. Glen Ellyn. 111. New Richmond ... New Berlin .... Eau Claire Green. Alvin...... Green. Kenneth .. . Gregg. Susan....... Gressman. Earl.... Gronning. Richard. Gronquist. Marian . ...............Hum bird ..............Humbird ..WestSt. Paul.Minn. .....Leviltown. N. Y. .... Conaersville. Ind. ............Stockholm Gross. Alvin...............................Elbworth Grover. Mary.................................GUe Guenther. Dennis..............................Bla,r Gullberg. Virginia....................... H?«npu n GundUch. Jacob.............................Uvn ton Gust. William.............................Dccr Park Gustafson. Kathryn.......................Grantsburg Gustafson. Thomas...........................Osceola Haas!. Donna...............................Ladysmith Hagen. Diane.............................Cumberland Hahn. Susan ........................Black River Falls Haigh. Edward...................... . Slurtevant FRESHMAN CLASS officers discuss plans for their first year at WSC. River Falls. Treasurer Sandy Danielson. Vice-president Jim Anderson, and President Tom Schaffer encircle Secretary Harriet Lansing. 183Half, Robert............................Hounds. Minn. Hall. Randy.............................Si. Croix fall. Ilallrr. Man ia.................................. .C“““ Hansen. Cary........................... Hanson. Albert........................... Ilanaon. ................................... Patricia E............................Tomah Palriria J..........................Spooner Wiyar................................Hudson Harms. Bonnie..............................Townsend llartman. Greg.......................Si. Paul. Minn. Hartman. Larry..............................Prescott Hosier. Dan . . Hauth. Barbara Hayden. Jeffrey Hayes. Jaiii'C.. Hebert. Edward llechl. Kenneth Hei. Gail........... Ileibel. Susan .... Heise. Frank......... Hrnrickaon, Mary.. Herdahl. Sharon . .. Hicks. David........ Hicks, John.......... Hildebrand!. Bonnie Hill. Carlton........ Hill. Gerald......... Hill. Mary........... Hillary. Sheila...... .. .. Meooiaonie .......Prescott Red Wing. Minn. ...........Owen .....Clam Falls ........Hudson Hillstead. Judith . Hilson, Richard . Hjort, Louis .... Hoffman, Sylvia . Holmann, Gordon Houle. Raymond . ...........Wilson ...........Colfax ------Grantsburg Farmington. Minn. ..........Arcadia .........Somerset Houser, Carol. ... Howard. Linda ... iiuhnke. Cynthia . . Hunter, Larry.... Hyde. Mary......... Ingli. Robert...... ............Winter ........Grantsburg ...........Bayport ........River Falk ...........Hammond .........Ellsworth Jacobsen. Carol James. Ronald Janota. Elroy Jensen. Dale lensen. Jeffrey ensen. Mary enson. Thomas .... Luck 184Johnson. Belly..................................Pori Wing Johnson. Daniel F........................Clam Falls Johnson. Daniel S.........................Cumberland Johnson. Dennis .........................River Falls Johnson. Cary...............................Prescott Johnson. Glenn............................ Prescott Johnson. I la.......... Johnson. Keith........ Johnson. Larry........ Johnson. Patrick...... Johnson. Peter........ Johnson. Roberta....... ..................River Falls ..................Beldenville ..................Deer Park .................Lake Geneva ----White Bear Lake. Minn. ..................River Fulls Johnson. Roger...........................Boyceville Johnson. Sandra..............................Colfax Johnson. Stanley.......................Chisago City Jones. Curtis........................New Richmond Jones. James................................Muskego Jones. Tomas..................................River Falls Junkman. Jennifer .............................Wise. Rapids Kadlec. Loral................................Warrens Knempfer. David.................................Lake Geneva Kahl. Roberta..............................Ridgeland Kamliorian. Cltalon......................River Falls Kamp. Bruce..........................St. Paul. Minn. Kane. Ilerst..........................New Richmond Kune. Sharon.............................Maiden Rock Karow. David.................................DoForest Kelly. Jumes..............................River Falls Kelly. Mary...............................River Falls Kcpner. Barbara..........................Cannon Falls Klall. Bonne..........................St. Paul. Minn. Klawitter. Cheryl.......................... Centuria Klecker. Gary...............................Ellsworth Klein. Lyle .........................St. Paul. Minn. Kncpcl. David............................ Germantown Koch. Donav on..................................River Falls Kostner. Patricia.............................Bloomer Kozak. Carl..................................Phillips Kramer. Paul...................................Hudson Kringlr. David........................... Rice Lake Kromrry. Marlene..............................Osceola Krueger. Dean................................Montello Kubat. Eugene.........................St. Paul. Minn. Kunz. Judy............................St. Paul. Minn. Kusilek. Delbert................................River Falls Kuss. Donald....................................River Falls Laatch. James..............................Neilsville Landes. James...............................Birchwood Laney. Thomas................................Prescott Lansing. Harriet..............................Elmwood Larkin. David...............................Stockholm Larson. Kenneth...............................Clayton Larson. Mary..................................Clayton Lead holm. David................................Amery Lebeis. Roger.................................Cornell Leiser. John...................................Cadott Lessard. Lawrence.....................New Richmond Lewis. Gerald.........................Hastings. Minn. Lindahl. Daniel.......................St. Paul. Minn. Lindgrrn. Susan...............................Ashland 185un I • I . C iury ...... LKvrrmorr. Kuyinuni I)uvi«l . . I Ki»l « rl . . I .uruii. Car«»l • . . • J I.U|t« r. John ...... I.un l|taar«l. C »l«iria . I .ulh« r. Nancy . . . . J Lviea. John ....... Maft»i« . JelTrry .... Ma«‘hi». Krnilull • . Si. St. River Kails . - . Nloilflovj ... 11 l a»l. Minn, Paul. Minn . . . . - Cadoii Si. Paul. Minn. . . . Belclenville (Ilii| |N wa Kalla . I n li |n-n«li nc«- .........lluiliMin .........S|HN nrr MarTanitart. Timol liy . Madam. Larry ..... Madsen. Valden .... Madaon. Cliarlea .... Maelher. James .... Manor. Shrila ...... New York. !M. Y. . • . . . Kll .w«»rt In ..... Whrrlcr . . S| rin|t Valley . Si_ Paul. Minn. ................Bam •n Mariimau. . . . Mariana. I alri ia .... VIariiH . Carol ...... Markham. J« hn .... Man|uund, Cary .... Martell. J«»lsn ...... ............. 1 ilwaukco .................Slillwaler. Minn. ...................Tt»r -« Lukes .........................Janeavillr . .. ............... Amery ............... Sumeniel VI art oil. M.irv . . . . Marlin. Howard . . Marlin u»ii. Susan . M.irxrn. I f«-nry . . . Master. Mary .... Ma«la|slio. Ihuiahl .......Ashland . . Maid en K.N-k Si. Puul. Minn. . Si. Croix KulU ........Welwlrr . . . . Min«K'«|ua 1 BOTTOMS VJP! Chuck Madson shows three other freshmen How to drink from at baby Hot tic during Kangaroo Kourt, one of the Highlight of Initiation Week.M«vw. David.............................Eau Clairr Mayer. Steven............................Mahlomedi McClainr. Cary..........................Cumberland McClain. Kenneth...................... Cumberland McConnel. Terrence.......................Greenwood McCormick. James................ St. Paul. Minn. McCormack. Judith...........................Bay City McDonah. Ronald.....................Trempealeau McDonald. Gerald.........................Taylor McGough. John..............................Rice Lake McGregor. Jon...............................New Richmond McIntyre. George................St. Paul. Minn. McIntyre. Judith . . McIntyre. Ronald .. McNamara. Gordon McNaughton. Paul. Meenta. Benhardt . Meglic. Raymond . .......Barron .. .. Ridgeland Hastings. Minn. .... Eau Galle .... Rice Lake .......Loretta Meissner. Robert..........................Stillwater Melton. Robert................................Hudson Merriman. Edward.........................River Falls Merriman. Mary...........................River Falls Meyer. Gerald............................River Falls Meyer. Lloyd.........................St. Croix Falls IDpi Miller. John..................................Menomonic Miller, Kenneth...............................Woodville Miller. Lavern..............................River Fall Miller. Richard.....................St.Paul Park. Minn. Miller. Robert...................................Hud«on Mitchell. Bruce............ llonson. Riehurd........... tfoorc. David.............. Morris. Patricia........... Morrisetle. John........... Morriaetie. Zonzetta .... ............ Appleton ...........River Fall ......St. Paul. Minn. .............Prescott . No. St. Paul. Minn. .. No. St. Paul. Minn. Mortenson. Keith...............................Frederic Mullard. Alvin..................................Crivitz Muller. Dennis.........................St. Paul. Minn. Muller. Dennis M................................Delavan Munz. Elizabeth..............................Sauk City Myers. Gordon......................Cottage Grove. Minn. Nelson. Eugene..................................Hammond Nelson. Gerald................................Hillsdale Nelson. Jill...................................Milltown Nelson. Kenneth.............................New Auburn Nelson. Marvin.............................Star Prairie Nelson. Roberta...............................Milwaukee Neuharth. George................................Hudson Nouenfeldi. Bruce..............................Spencer Nickell. Gerald.............................Cumberland Norquist. Mary............................Hager City Nystrom. Suzanne............................Cumberland O'leary. Richard.........................Chicago. III. Olsen. Mary................................River Fall Olson. Gary...............................Shell I.like Olson. Jerold............................ • • Anti go Olson. Marcia............................Spring Valley Olson. Robert..................................Baldwin Olson. Warren............................... Woodville 187Oskr . Jo................... Oiling. Sandra.............. Oulcrlt. David.............. O'erlirn. Wayne............. Parnell. Patricia............. Par$»ns. Allen.............. ..................IL.y City ............Hopkin . Minn. ......Si. Paul Park. Minn. .........Black River Falls ............Hopkins. Minn. ....................Berlin Parsons. Lynn.............................Plum City Pasanen. Robert...............................Exeland Paulson. Mary.......................Red Wing. Minn. Paulson. Nancy..............................Stoughton Paulson. Paul........................New Richmond Pechacek. Paul...........................Hager City Peck. Carolynn.......................Si. Paul. Minn. Pederson. Amos.......................New Richmond Pederson. Joel.......................New Richmond Pederson. Lovell................................Eleva Peloquin. Kathleen.............................Cadotl Pennington. Kathleen.....................River Fulls Peterson. Duvid .... Peterson, Don....... Peterson, Donna ... Peterson. Jon....... Peterson. Keith----- Peterson. Normun .. .........River Falls .............Amery ............Hudson .....Bayport. Minn. St. Paul Park. Minn. ......Chisago City Peterson. Patricia Peterson. Richard Peterson. Ronald . Phillips. Sandra . . Pickerign. Keith . Pittman. Bernard Stillwater. Minn. ........Osceola ..........Bruce .....Waukesha .......Elmwood .......Durand Pittman. Michael Plaster. Elnora.. Podolak. John . . . Pohl. Eddie .... Poirier. Melbert . Popowski. John . ... Plum City New Richmond .......Gilman New Richmond .....Bloomer .......Chetek Poquctte. Warren...........................Shell Lake Potocnik. Burton..................................Owen Potter. Betty............................... Frederic Pozzini. Joseph.............................Stillwater Prcll. Joanne..................................Danbury Prcssnall. Richard............................Randolph Radunzd. Ruth..............................Baldwin tz. Theodore...........................Stanley gh. John..............................Somerset Raleigh. Paul......................St. Paul. Minn. Randall. Gary...............................Darien Rau. Gary...............................Cumberland Rediger. Gary......... Rcgele. Dennis........ Reimer. Lawrence...... R rin. Judith........ Reinhart. Steven...... Reis. Daniel.......... ............Bloomer .........Marshfield ----St. Paul. Minn. .... Babbitt. Minn. .. Red Wing. Minn. ...........Prescott Reis. John............................. Riba. Wayne..............................GlenwoodCity Richer!. Robert.............................. Ricdl. George................................. mu Ries. David............................Hastings M m. Riley. Neil..................................Prescott 188Ringer. Barbara.........................Wayzata. Minn. Ritter. George...................................Tomah Roberts. Donald...............................Prescott Rodli. Keith...................................Baldwin Roelke, Thomas..............................Lake Mills Romsos, Lee....................................Cameron Root. Thomas..................................Edina. Minn. Rorvick. John.................................Hudson Rosenbrook. Cordon...........................Bloomer Ross. Mary....................................Hudson Rozehnal. Donna.....................Glen Ellyn. III. Ruhnke. Ronald.............................Hastings. Minn. Rutherford. Tom Ryan. Dennis ... Rye. Dale........ Rye. John........ Salek. John Salquist. Del . . . . . . Durand .....Tomah Prairie Farm Sawyer. Robert.....................................Hudson Schaar. Alana.................................River Falls Schaffer. Beverly................................Prescott Schaffer. Thomas......................No. St. Paul. Minn. Schillinger, Larry..................................Knapp Schleicher. Kit.....................................Tomah Schlough. Cynthia..........................Boyceville Schmidtknccht, James ........................Cochrane Schneider, Marilyn..........................Milwaukee Schoch. Kenneth............................West Allis Schoeneck, Otto...........................Rhinelander Schoewe. Margaret.................. St. Paul. Minn. Schultz. David.................................Colby Scruton. Lois . ....................... River Falls Shafel. Melvin................................ Amigo Sharp. David...................................River FaUs Shaw. Mary.................................Wauwatosa Sherman, Janeen.............................Fountain City Shoriess. Sharon Siebert, Michael . Sindelar. Richard Sitz. Thomas . . . Show. Lynn.... Smith. Terry .... .. Turtle Lake _____Neilsville ......Clayton ......Mauston .........Luck Bayport. Minn. Smacka. Edward Ellsworth Snvdcr. Ronald ..................... St. Paul. Minn. Sobotta. Donald Sonsalla. Michael Sons alia. William Independence Spalding. Lynn Ittir::::::.:: Clontolnn M.rv . Spring Valley New Richmond Steffen. John Stcfon. Karen Stein, Fred 189Stephens, Thomas..........................New Richmond Stern, Clifford...........................New London Stern. David......................................Barron Slcrud. David................................ Prescott Stewart. James............................Prairie du Sac Stichl, Craig.............................Maiden Rock Stol . Mans...............................Independence Stoner. Jerry...............................Downing Struve. Robert..............................Jim Falls Sullivan. Joyce......................Stillwater. Minn. Summerfield. Christopher.........................Trego Sumter. James.................................Prescott Swanson. Douglas.........................liny City Swanson. Jon...........................Balsam Lake Swenson. John............................Granlshurg Swoboda. Ronald..............................Cadott Tangeman. Timothy.................Stillwater. Minn. Tarman. Gerald................................Amcry Tate. Judith.................................River Falls Tesmer. Alan...............................Spencer TeWinkel. Ward...............................River Falls Thiemke, Gerald..............................Tomah Thompson. Christopher................Boston, Mass. Thompson, Gary....................... River Falls Thompson. Kurt..............................Baldwin Thompson. Marshall.................Stevenson, Wash. Thompson, Sandra..............................River Falls Thorson, Gary.............................Hay City Tiel . Nell. ..................................Clam Falls Tiffany. Harold..............................Nelson Tjelta. Ralph______ Toft. Emil......... Torn berg. Kenneth . Towner. John .... Townsend. Virginia Trowbridge. Ronald .... Ridge land .. Cumberland ,... Geneva.III. St. Paul. Minn. .. Wilmette. Ill . New Aubume Tucker. Ray........ Turnbull. John .... Uchytil. Bernard ... Van Dyk. Hendrik .. Van Horn. Ariouene Venhor. James . . . . ......Delav an . St. Croix Falls . — Rice Lake New Richmond . New Aubume ......Phillips Vielie. Richard . . Voelker. Maureen Wahl. Shirley . . . Waldock. Jerilvn . Walker. Paul______ Wall. William ... ............Milwaukee ............Ellsworth ............Menomonie St. Louis Park. Minn. ..........River Falls ............Ellsworth Waller. Phillip . . . Wallis. Dwelle . .. Wangen. Jon . . . . Wanish. June . . . . W ass berg. Richard Watzke. Ronald . . .. Janesville . Menomonie .......Blair ... Catawba Balsam Lake ,. Waunakee W axon. Helen..............................River Falls Wears. Sylvia...................................Amcry Webster. Eugene.............................Ellsworth Weeks. Robert..................................Medford Weiss. Wayne..................................Merrill Weller. Richard.................................Colby 190BUTTON FROSH! Four freshmen boys are caught answering this popular cry of the sophomores during Initiation Week. Arnold Miller, John Salek, Gerald DeWolfe. and Wayne Dunemann are "buttoning" on the stairway of the Student Center. Wells. Dale.............................Sprint: Valley Welsh. Patrick..................................River Falls Wendorf. Marl)..................................Edgar Wester. Dale..................................Dre»«er West ley. Steven............................Ellsworth Westphal. Allan................................Oconto Falls Westphal. Charle-White. Michael... White. Sharon . . . W idule. Louis . . . , Wickard. Linda . . W ilkinson. Eugene ...............Br on ... Stillwater. Minn. ............S|MM»ner .........Rhinelander St. Paul Park. Minn. ............Shioclon Wilkinson. Cary . Williams. Dennis Williams. Roger . Wilman. Robert . Wilson. Lloyd . . Winger. Jeanette .. . Shioclon ....Chetek .. Waukesha ....Clayton .......Luck Spring Valley Winkler. Roger............. Witte. John................. Wittstock. Donovan.......... Wolfe. Gerald............... Wolff. Diane................ Wolfon. Lola............... ..............Emerald ......... Frederic .........Star Prairie ____St. Paul. Minn. . .. Stillwater. Minn. ........ River Falls Workman. Ronald Wymer. Patricia . Wy.' . Rosalie . .. Zielsdorf. Dennis . Ziemcr. Eugene .. Zyclt. Frank .... ...........Amery _____River Falls .....Boyceville Black River Falls .....River FaUs ....... Cameron 191 9 INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS Kansas City — Winnipeg Yearbooks — Yearbook Covers Diplomas — Graduation Announcements USA


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