University of Wisconsin Whitewater - Minneiska Yearbook (Whitewater, WI)
- Class of 1963
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Text from Pages 1 - 240 of the 1963 volume:
PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF
WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE
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Not quite four years ago, in September,
1959, the present Student Union opened its
doors for the first time. The 38,000 square foot 9
structure cost approximately $700,000, and ade-
qgately accommodated a student population of
' Since then the student body has more than
doubled, and demands for services and pro-
grams have increased accordingly. As early as
1961 it was evident that the building would be
inadequate and programs seriously limited un-
less present facilities could be expanded by
1964 or 1965 Thus a new program for the im-
mediate future was developed
A food service building of 200, 000 square
feet, costing $400, 000 will be ready for opera-
tion by February, 1964, and by the following
September, a $705,000 addition to the present
Student Union will nearly double its present
This is physical progress, but what about
program growth, maturity, and the develop-
ment of the intangible values to students as in-
dividuals, to members of organizations, and to
the student body as a whole?
Since the initial program was sponsored by
the all student Union Activities board, progress
has been made in the interpretation of student
needs, both culturally and socially. Programs
have continued dynamic in nature, changing as
the desires of students have changed Social
functions have become more sophisticated and,
hopefully, have assisted in the development of
social graces and poise
Progress in the U11-
ion program is depen-
dent upon a dynamic
Student body and col-
We can look for-
ward to an impelling
future if we are to use
this year as a measure
Richard R. Stoner
Director, Student Union
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Old Central, crowning the hill since
.c Studew: Union, hub of campus activi'ies.
Lights burn late in the library reading room.
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With Prexy for history, we cram for classes.
Our talents guide our interests.
Guess who this is?
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The New Liberty Slngers and HThe
Lef0 Ski conditions are excellent.
Research takes many forms.
VVRCW broadcasts nightly to campus radios.
But I HATE getting my hair wet!
Odetta,s Ubrawny bari-
tonf rated an ovation.
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XVe marched to the presidenFs home to pro-
test rent hikes on Fraternity Lane.
He was sympathetic and said negotiations were already
P l V We raised more than $900 to insure National Defense Student
M, : Loan funds,
The flagpole, a campus "lighthouse?
UPON Dr. Klaus Bloemer, West Ger-
man diplomat, told us Germany fa-
vors a United States of Europe.
A famous weekly newspaper editor
and author, Harry Golden, came to
speak on HOnly in America."
Aaron Bohrod, UVV artist-imresi-
dence, described how he put together
his htrompe-P oeil three-dimensional
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"Where lies the frontier? It lies in meeting '
the revolution in higher education head on, in
finding a way to separate the gifted, in holding
all students and ourselves to the highest stand-
ards of excellence. We should cling tightly to
the freedom to teach and learn, should reassess
our assumptions, and have the courage to reor-
ganize, revise, and change emphasis in the light
of new goals and the findings of research. Let
our mood be experimental and our methods sci:
entific,'butr1et us always encourage the imagi-
native, the Creative, the searching mind that
reaches for the stars. Let us challenge the great
liberal tradition that the past has given to us, re-
examine the present to see if what we do cannot
'be improved, and seek a more effective way to
move into the future. Let us seek greatness by
seeking excellence in all that we do, and abide
by the axiom that men of good will can solve
even the most vexing of problems?
Walker D. Wyman, President
tInaugural Address, Oct. 18, 1963
When the last bell rings and the curtain
falls on the academic year of 1962-63, White-
water students and faculty can look back on a
good year. It was a busy year for all of us,
and a pleasant year, too, despite the campus
arguments over private housing and the use
of the college auditorium for a minstrel
show! It was a year of growth, for the enroll-
ment exceeded 3,000 for the hrst time and two
new residence halls and the new science
building slowly rose before our eyes. It was a
year of change, for it witnessed the reorgani-
zation of the college into three schools, the
birth of the Whitewater State College Foun-
dation, and the launching of numerous stu-
dent and faculty projects that contributed
yeast to our intellectual life. Perhaps the year
was best described by Dean Lindley J. Stiles
of the University of Wisconsin when he spoke
of Whitewater as llreaching for the stars? At
the end of my first year on campus, it is my
belief that many students and faculty are
reaching for the stars, and will look back on
the academic year of 1962-63 as the best year
of their lives.
To the seniors, auf VViedersehen, but alw
ways remember your obligation as alumni to
help the college keep reaching for the stars.
To the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors,
use your summer for work and relaxation and
for reading some books you missed along the
way, and come back next September pledged
to enter the space age.
Walker D. Wyman
CORD O. WELLS, Ph.D.
Dean of Instruction
Like the president of the United
States, Whitewateris president, Dr.
Walker D. Wyman, has his cabinet,
an administrative council which works
with him to determine college policy.
Members of the cabinet meet weekly
in the Student Union to report on their
Other faculty members are fre-'.
quently called into consultation. In
the above picture, the cabinet hears a
report on prospective enrollment for
1963-64- from Registrar John Prentice.
Cabinet members are Heft to right
standingi Dr. Cord 0. Wells, Dr. A.
Donald Beattie and Dr. I. W. Schaf-
fer, and tseatedi Dr. Arnold J. Lien,
Dr. Richard J. Brown, Dr. Wyman,
A. I. WINTHER, Ph.D. A. DONALD BEATTIE, Ph.D. Mr. Prentice, and Dr. A. I. Winther.
Dean, School of Education Dean, School of Business and Economics
1. W; SCHAFFER phD. i ARNOLD J. LIEN, Phlj. RICHARD J. BROWN3 Ph.D.H
Deany Division of'Student Affairs Dean, School of Graduate Studies Asmstant to the PreSIdent
Helena Ackermann, M.A.
Lucy Baker Hall
Marie S. Benson, M.A.
Franklin F. Bushman, Ed.D.
Henry M. Collins, M.A.
of Business Education
William 0. Baldwin, M,A. Richard BallsmiJl, B.A.
Assistant Professor Assistant Director,
of Geography Student Union
Germaine M. Blaskey, M.A. Janette M. Bohi, Ph.D.
Instructor in Associate Professor
Home Economics of History
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Stith M. Cain, M.A. Joseph J. Chopp, M.A.
Head Librarian Chairman, Department
of Biological Sciences
Lawrence J. Crone, Ph.D. Catherine Crossman, M.A.
Assistant Professor Chairman, Department
of Biology of Art
VVynett Barnett, Ph.D.
Charles W. Brady, M.S.
Instructor in Biology
Alberta E. Christen, MVA.
John A. Cummings, M.S.
Robert P. Behling,
Edwin Buchert, M.A.
Instructor in Mathematics
Myn T. Coe, B.Ed.
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Clay J. Daggett, M.A.
Henry A. DeVVind, Ph.D. Margaret Donovan, Ph.D. Charles H. Dorr, FILM. Clayton Droullard, Ed.D. N. Wesley Earp, Ed.D.
Professor of History Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Dean of Men Associate Professor
of History of Education of Education
Frances Ebert, M.S. Lee A. Eckert, M.B.A. David L. Evan, M.M. Jean Ferguson, M.A. Carroll E. Flanagan, Ph.D.
Instructor in Instructor in Instructor in Music Assistant Professor Coordinator of
Physical Education Business Education of Education Secondary Education
Faye Followell, A.M. Cora M. Forbush, M.S. Corinne E. Forster, M.A. Rex D. Foster, M.S. John M. Gibbens, M.S.
Assistant Professor Dean of Women Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
of Library Science of English of Mathematics of Economics
John L. Glenn, M.A. Dorothy S. Gollmar, M.A Donald L. Graham, Ph.D. Virgll C. Graham, M.A. G. Paul Grant, Ph.D.
Instructor in French Assistant Professor Professor of History Associate Professor Professor of English
of Mathematics of Business Education
Arzy R. Gray, PILD. Alyce M. Greene, M.S. Jay M. Greene, Ed.D. Gaylon Greenhill, PILD. David W. G ffiths, M.S.
Professor of Chemistry Assistant Professor Professor of Assistant Professor of Instructor in Chemiytry
of Physical Education Business Education Political Science
Edna P. Grinstead, Ed.D.
Martha Haley, Ph.D. Theodore A. Hansen, M.A. Kent Harris, M.S. Edwin Haynes, M.A.
Associate Professor of Assistant Professor Instructor in English Instructor in Mathematics Assistant Professor
Business Education of English of English
John A. Heide, A.M. Jame Hellie, Ph.D.
Chairman, Department Professor of Economics
Vernon E. Herdendorf, M.S. Leon P. Hermsen, M.A.
Assistant Professor Associate Professor ' ..
of Education of Business Education Swing your partner!
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Noel Hjelmhaug, M.A. Dorothy C. Hood, M.A. William Johnston, M.S. Ora Jones, B.A. Mary Juaire, M.S.
Instructor in Physics Head Resident Assistant Professor Head Resident Assistant Professor
Nettie Sayles Hall of Mathematics Mary McCutchan Hall of Physical Education
Michael J. Kennedy, M.A. Lharles R. King, M.S. Walter P. Klein, M.A. Evonne Kludas, M.F.A. Reuben W. Klumb, M.Ph.k
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Instructor in Economics Instructor in Art Associate Professor
of History of Biology of Psychology
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Clarence P. Knuth, M.A. Chi-Ling Lee, Ph.D. Lloyd E. Liedtke, M.A. Raymond E. Light, Ed.D. Gordon Long, M.A.
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Associate Professor Professor of Music Instructor in English
of Geography of Economics of Science
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Allen A. Lowrey, M.B.A. Robert L. Madden, M.S. Wm. Madden, A.B., C.?.A. Irving Madsen, B.Ed. Arthur L.1Madson, M.A.
Instructor in Instructor in Mathematics Assistant Professor Faculty Assistant, Assistant Professor
Business Education of Business Education Admissions of English
yMaxineUMann, Ph.D.. Henry N. Markham, Ph.D. Harold E. Marion, M.A. John L. Marquardt, Ed.D. Norman Martin, M.A.L.S.
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Instructor in
of Education of Biology of Business Education of English Library Science
Arthur G. McGraw, Ph.D. Clarence McNabb, Ph.D. Gerard M. Merte. s, Ph.D. Henry Meyer, Ph.D. Mary Mills, M.S.
Professor of Education Associate Professor Associate Professor Professor of Biology Director of
of Biology of German Public Relations
Ruth Mmer, J.D. Edward J. Morgan, Ph.M. Charles Morphew, Ed.D. Margaret Mueller, M.S. Reginald Nash, M.S.
Associate Professor Chairman, Department Chairman, Department Assistant Professor Associate Professor
of Business Education of History of Geography of Education of Biology
Richard Olmsted, Ph.D. Richard Oschwald, M.A.
. . Frank Palinay, D. Ec. Miriam A. Pape, M.A. Robert Partridge, M.A.
Chalrman, Department ASSIStant Professor Associate Professor College Nurse Associate Professor
of Foreign Languages of Mathematics of Economics of Music
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B. Blaine Pennington, M.A. Forrest W7. Perkms, M.S. George E. Perry, M.M. Gladys L. Petersen, M.S. Rex M. Peterson, Ph.D.
Head Resident, Assistant Professor Associate Professor Instructor in Education Assistant Professor
S. A. White Hall of Physical Education of Music of Geography
Edward Pfau, Ed.D. Richard D. Porter, Ph.D. John T. Prentice, M.A. Rudolph W. Prucha, M.S. B. John Rabe, B.S.
Associate Professor Assistant Professor Registrar Chairman, Department Faculty Assistant
of Psychology of Biology of Physical Sciences in Physical Education
Norman A. Ramsey, M.Ed. Olive R. Reeve, M.A.
Instructor in Speech Associate Professor
Everett L. Refior, Ph.D. Dorothy E. Remp, M.A.
Associate Professor Assistant Professor .
of Economics of Education Dr. Grant relaxes in the Umon Game Room.
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Stuart M. Rich, D.B.A. Donald Richards, M.Ed. Margaret Roxby, M.S. Kenneth Salzwedel, M.S. David Saunders, M.A.
Associate Professor Head Resident Instructor in Instructor in Psychology Associate Professor
of Economics Albert Salisbury Hall Physical Education of English
Paul L. Schmunk, Ph.D.
Edgar H. Schwager, M.S. Frederic Sederholm, Ph.D. Aeilt E. Se-r-lt; M.A.
Associate Professor Associate Professor Chairman, Department Assistant Professor Associate Professor
of History of Art of Physical Education of Speech of Social Studies
Everett Shaw, M.A., C.P.A. William F. Siebers, M.M. Richard R. Stonen B.S. Helen C. Swartz, B.A. Robert C. Sweet, M.A.
Associate Professor Instructor in Music Director, Student Union Instructor in Education Instructor in Sociology
of Business Education
Max F. Taylor, M.F.A. Warr n S. Theune, Ed.D. James E. Toennies, M.S. Robert G. Toomey, M.A. Hugo C. Tscharnack, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Art Associate Professor Instructor in Assistant Professor Instructor in Mathematics
of Business Education Physical Education of English
Kathryn E. Utz, Ph.D. Martha Van Steenderen, Leonard J. Varah, A.M. Donald Voeller, M.A. J. T. von Trebra, Ph.D.
Professor of English M.S. Assistant Professor Instructor in Geography Professor of Sociology
Assistant Professor of Business Education and Political Science
of Physical Education
Jack W. Vrieze, Ph.D. Robert G. Weigandt, M.S. Agnes Wessling, M.A. Everett M. White, Ed.D. Margaret L. Winch, Ed.M.
Professor of Speech Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Coordinator of Instructor in
of Physical Education of Mathematics Elementary Education Business Education
Alvin E. VVLrtl, M S.
of Manual Arts
RebegexiurlllnezcilfiihtMA. Dr. Greene: ssHow to succeed in business without really trying."
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26-Senior Class OFficers and Seniors
The class of 1963 wishes to express its
appreciation to those who have helped to
make its educational accomplishment possi-
ble. Specific lecture content may be forgotten,
but the graduates who are a product of the
sound professional instruction received here
will never cease to utilize and build upon the
mental and social learnings which are so
ncessary to self-realization.
We came to Whitewater State College in
the autumn of 1959, afraid, wondering, am-
bitious and eager. We are leaving now in the
spring of 1963. We leave with some of these
feelings still lingering, but something new
has been added s- something which can only
be gained through a successful college ex-
perience. We have, through the meeting and
solving of problems, gained self-contidence,
capability in our field, strength of character
and the drive to succeed in our world.
We are proud to be graduates of White-
water and will do all in our power to give
Whitewater the pride which can come only
through out attainments.
What does the future hold for us? This
can best be answered by the words, uIn God
we trust.H But let it never be forgotten that
llGod helps those who help themselves?
Mt. Clemens, Michigan
Left to right are: Dick Schafer, president; Janis Staflord, see-
DAVID QRBUiTHNOT DONALD BOWERS JOHN BAXTER
Beloxt, Wisconsm Whitewater, Wisconsin Kenosha, Wisconsin
Academic Academic Academic
LOUANNE BECKER DOUGLAS BEi-IRENS
Manitowoc, Wisconsin Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Elementary Education Business Administration
ROGER BENEKER JACK BERNAU. .
' JUDITH ATHAS Whitewater, Wisconsin Troy Center, Wisconsm
Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Business Administration Academic
MARY IEAN BAEHLER
Mount Horeb, Wisconsin
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
VVest Bend, Wisconsin RICHARD BRIEN LOIS BROOKS
Academic Education Palmyra? Wisconsin Oconomowoc, VYisconsin
Academlc Educatlon Busmess Education
JUDY BROWN MARY BRUNKOXV
Greendale, W'isconsin Juda, Wisconsin
Elementary Education Business Education
JAMES BL'NZEL VVILLIAM CAMPBELL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Williams Bay, Wisconsin
Elementary Education Business Administration
New Holstein, XVisconsin
DONALD CARPENTER JAMES CHAPPELL MICHAEL CONNELL
Palmyra, Wisconsin Portage, Wisconsin Whitewater, Wisconsin
Academic Education Academic Education Pre-Pl-ofessional
LOIS CHASE CARL CHANDLER
Brooklyn, Wisconsin Blanchardville, Wisconsin
Elementary Education Liberal Arts
JOSEPH CIOTTI KAREN CLAY
Kenoslia, Wisconsin Whitewater, Wisconsin , 7
Elementary Education Kindergarten - DENNIS CONVVAX
Primarv Education . .
' Academlc Educatlon
Lake Mills, XVisconsin
MARY ALICE EISCH
DONNA DAVIS KAREN DAVIS Viroquu, iVisconsin
XVatex-Ioo, Wisconsin Muskego, Wisconsin Business Education
Business Administration Academic Education
DANTE DE LA PASQUA MARY DE IWARSH
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Milwaukee, XVisconsin
Business Education Kindergarten -
XVIIILIAM DEVLIN MILDRED DICKINSON LINDA ENLOE
Xthtewater, Wisconsin Rockford, Illinois Elkhorn, XVisconsin
Liberal Arts Kindergarten - Business Education
30-Seniors : - Li -
Williams Bay, XVisconsin
H VVatertown, Wisconsin
Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
Big Bend, Wisconsin
Future Teacher Dan Sullivan gets a recommendation from Dr. A. G. McGraw.
Fort Atkinson, W'isconsin
St. Cloud, Wisconsin
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
South Milwaukee, Wis.
Pell Lake, Wisconsin
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
CAROLE JQHNSQN ROBERT KLITZKIE MARY KLUG
Eswiiukeef Xilsconsm Elkhorin, Wisconsin Marshall, Wisconsin
lrllgrriirarxlziiii .qucation Academic Education Academic Education
RONALD KLUG ROGER KLUG
Hales Corners, Wisconsin Marshall, XVisconsin
Business Administration Academic Education
JAMES KNURR JUDITH KNURR
ROBERT JOHNSON Mukwonago, Wisconsin Big Bend, Wisconsin
Deerfield, Wisconsin Elementary Education Academic Education
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
GARY KOCH THOMAS KOCH gngkas nggLL .
Big Bend, Wisconsin Hilbert, XVisconsin B 6? lib . isctoni'ln
Business Administration Business Education usmess i minis ra lon
KAREN KOLLER BARBARA KONIECZKA
Edgerton, Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Business Education Elementary Education
ROXANNE KOVARS DENNIS KRAUSE
Boscobel, Wisconsin Clyman, Wisconsin JOHN LAY
Business Education Business Administration West Bend, Wisconsin
Bear Creek, Wisconsin
Through these doors pass the next generationis taxpayers.
GERALD MCGOVVAN PATRICK MCKEEVER
janesville, Wisconsin Oconomowoc, XVisconsin
Elementary Education Business Administration
RONALD BRUCE MCKINNEY IVAN MCLAY
MARGELOFSKY Lima Center, Wisconsin Janesville, Wisconsin
Mayvilie, Wisconsin Business Administration Elementary Education
Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
Elnine iDWziedzic and Tom Wilkie in a scene from HThe
Johnson Creek, Wisconsin Rosendale, Wisconsin
XVest Allis, Wisconsin
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Hales Corners, Wisconsin
MARY ANN PARKER
XVhitefish Bay, VViscnnsin
Beaver Dam, XVisconsin
Cross Plains, Wisconsin
Mount Horeb, Wisconsin
Union Grove, Wisconsin
West Bend, Wisconsin
SALLY ANN ROTH
West Allis, Wisconsin
Big Bend, Wisconsin
Johnson Creek, Wisconsin
West Allis, Wisconsin
Milton Junction, Wisconsin i
LaGrainge Park, Illinois
The hard part is remembering which is Xhe warp and which the woof.
East Troy, Wisconsin
South Milwaukee, Wis.
Mary OnDay and friend stop by the student soc
Green Bay, Wisconsin
ARLIS VAN LAANEN
Green Bay, Wisconsin
MARY ANN VEHRS
DOROTHY VAN VALIN
Rnpon, Wisconsm, KENNETH XVICKLAND DONALD WlLCOX
Academic Education XVhitewater, Wisconsin Edgerton, Wisconsin
Elementary Education Business Administration
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
East Troy, Wisconsin
The great day arrives, to the
tune of uPomp and Circumstance,y
Big Bend, Wisconsin
Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
The junior class officers are Jerry
Packard, president; Ron Bronson, vice-
president; Susie Nelson, secretary; and
Karen Platt, treasurer.
The adviser to the junior class this
year is Dr. Edward Pfau. He has helped
us greatly in our new undertakings. Our
big project for the year will be to spon-
sor a concert given by Ahmad Jamal,
jazz singer. The performance will take
the place of our yearly junior prom. The
decision was voted on at a junior class
meeting held early in the year and come
mttees for the various jobs have been
As the Minneiska goes to press, the
juniors have other plans for the future.
Selecting and ordering junior class rings
and a possible kick-off banquet 0r picnic
honoring the seniors are on the agenda.
Left to right are: Ron Bronson, vice-president; Karen Platt, treasurer; Jerry
Packard, president; and Susie Nelson, secretary.
Row I-Michael Scott, John Gustafson, Jay Bieberitz, Michael Greenwald, Ted Petrakis. Rorw 2eJ0hn Furlong, Loren Behrmann, Clark
Kent, Dan Bentz, Jim Pechauer, Joe Kawatski, Steve Zantow.
46-Junior OFFicers ancl Juniors
Rorw I-Janet Fromm, Judy Hendrick, Ellen Johnson, Pamela King, Naomi Koepp, Cathy Christensen, Sandra Fluke.
Row z-Marlea Schuetz, Carol Hansen, Judith Schmidt, Carol Nelson, Sally Hahn, Sharon Adamson, William VVunrow.
Rorw 3 Kenneth Rutsch, Robert Bender, David Graf, Thomas Finby, Gene Findlay, Bud Magnuson, Dick Oelhafen, Stu Vorpagel.
Row I Nancy Olson, Corinne Berg, Corinne Falinkmaier, Pat Anderson, Mary Ann De Mark, Kathy VVehr, Carol Mess.
Rouv 2-Cathy Kitto, Pat Weaver, Sharon Baumgartner, Michele Mundt, Mary O Day, Rose Radtke, Norma GnatzigJ Judith PatchA
Row 3-Carl Zirk, Mike Mucha, Richard Fischer, Donald Sippel, Norman Wegner, Wayne Harju, Joe Nuspl.
Row I-Beverly Young, June Stowell, Judy Kopccky, Pearl Powers, Janice Leschinsky, Marjory Humer, Frances Schultz.
Row 2 Darlene Norem, Kathy Worden, Jo Kapoun, Karen Wolcott, Bonnie Holmes, Kathy Krans, Peggy Hein, Beverly Cooper.
Rorw 3 Eugene Kunde, Roger Scherrer, John Osborn, Kenneth Oliak, Frederick Schmude, Thomas Eichman, Ed Grabow, Gary Berling.
Row 1-Julie Timler, Marion Klinner, Kathleen Riley, Patricia Zinda, Mary Jensen, Bonnie Fink.
Rotw 2 E1izabeth Letter, Dorothy Campbell, Mary Tubbs, Janice Pribnow, Kitty Simon, Dick Cattanach, Dale Bartel.
Row 3-Carl Pagel, Marshall White, Robert Schneider, Robert Aicher, Marvin Krull, Charles Henrich, Jerry Packard, Richard Claussen.
Rarw I-Joanne Zwicg, Barbara Fox, Carol May, Carol Reinke, Sarah Peters, Jan Boyd, Sharon Buhrow.
me 2 Lloyd VVilz, Frank OyBrien, Gloria Sprhgue, Ursula Eddy, Maurice Bjornestad, Michael Schoene, Kenneth Davis.
Row 3 Donald Lipske, Dave Sorenson, Bob Soule, Paul Rich, Mike Guolee, Dave Hahn, Mike Furlong, Bill McGraw.
Rorw x-Dave Mortensen, Nancy Nelson, Frances VVojtowicz, Liz Henkel, Randi Davidson, Marita Hale, Gary Patyk.
Rorw z-Lee Hembel, Jim Frehner, Richard Klal'sL Dick ButenhofF, Dave Danielson, Elgin Baylor, Joe Fox.
Rorw 3-John Ebenreiter, Bob Gundrum, Randolph Roth, Martin Peebles, John Brosteau, Bob Helgemo.
Row 1 Karin Malek, Judy Gunderman, Dorothy Olbrich, Pat Kelley, Ramona Chattillion, Terry Vosc, Susie Nelson.
Row 2-Tom Wills, Glen Hauser, Don Schindler, Dewey Tofson, Jim Eaton, Robert Clcminson, Bill Seiler.
Raw 3-John Cattelino, Bob Obenberger, Kirby Nicol, Thomas Cox, Dick Johnson.
Row 1 Janice Redford, Anita Gilliland, Nancy Shewczyk, Margaret Kramer, Jean Knickmeicr, Midge Griswold, Margene Goessling.
Row 2-Ron Miner, Thomas Golden, Jane Johnson, Judy Getschman, Bob Hay, Bruce Christensen, Tom Nelson.
Rorw 3-Cy Carlson, Mark Krahn, Tom Lother, Bob Jensen, Paul Siedschlag, Oscar Steele.
Rorw 1 Mary Ellen Veitch, Sandra Kasmerchekl Karen Tipple, Nancy Odinius, Jean Rasch.
me 2-Gera1d Shay, Peter Bauer, Thomas Miller, Russ Stevens, Scott Turner.
Rorw 3 Lavern Krueger, Kent Karberg, Merlin Zelm.
Row 1-Dawn Schenk, Ruth Anderson, Pat Angvick, Ann Heath, Kathleen Sweeney, Neila Wrasse, Eleanore Klimek, Sharon Schwaller.
Row 2 Don 01in, VVallene MacDonald, Lora Finke, Judy Spaulding, Jan Ames, Carole Prange, Toni Kamenick, Ken Westphal.
Row 3-T0m Galko, Jerry Arneson, jim Bartell, Bill Klabunde, Rolland Nelson, Dick Darula, Dick Jerabek, Mike Brosteau.
Rorw x Bette Hughes, Sharon Hart, Terri Maier, Janie Fisher, Ruth Hanak, Carol Easting.
Row 2-Karen Flatt, Mary VVisniewski, Janice Ziegelmann, Jane Trachte, Pat Kintzler, Kay Victor, Judy McCarthy.
Rn-w 3-Gene Lisiecki, Terry Geske, Karen Shower, Michaelene Seianas, Margery Gill, Eileen Vande Sand, Gary West, Berwyn Anderson.
Rorw 4 David VVinnen, Paul Korth, Rich Housfeld, Jerry Voight, Ronald Bronson.
Raw I-Audrey Bosben, Karen VVeisenseI, Louise Cook, Carol Probell, Jane Jones, Sue Vogt, Charlotte Samz, Judy Koeppen.
Ra-u 2 Shar0n XVagner, Richard Wicker, Darlene Stockstad, Beverly Hodgins, Sue Simmons, Robert Peterson, Russ Mayy Charlene Beyer.
Rarw 3 R0hert Lory, Bruce Buss, Bill Hamilton, Jerry Hoeft, Ken Laun, Richard Steele, Mike Richardson, John Schmoll.
The 1963 Sophomore Class of Whitewater
State College is composed of 671 book-toting stu-
dents. The presiding officers of this 012155 are Bill
DeMaster president; Larry Gundrum, Vice-presi-
dent; Barb Husting, secretary; and hiarilyn My-
There are numerous activities planned for the
year of 1963. Among them are Skits-Ofrenia e in
which the faculty participates in various planned
skits, a studenbperformed skit evening, a weekend
dance, and the presentation of a well-known sing-
ing group on our campus.
As freshmen, this enthusiastic group of stu-
wh .1" glue 7 A e w , dents sponsored numerous activities with much
Left to right are: Bill DeMaster, president; Marilyn Meyer, SUCCCSS. Some of them were Chez-Paree, a
t ; B b H ti . t ; d L C d m, .
tiiifgiigdenir "5mg mm ary an any '"n m weekend dance, a class float, and Collegiate
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Rurw IeSharon Stanford, Karen Santschi, June Oelhafen, Dorothy Bu rdick, Sharon Kohler, Karen Kenders. Pam Hagert. Rorw 2eEtheI
Wilton, Ricardo Bouche, Allen Roberts, Douglas Salanda, Gerald Desing, Richard Homan, Reza Doroudian, Charlene GursmiedL
Row 3- John Nuspl, Don Pielin, Roger Jenrich, Sherman Swanson, C. Roger Grantham, Arthur Andersen.
Rorw I--David Chase, James Meadows, Curt Kissinger, J. D. Rothsch adl, Jim Spataro. Rorw zeVV. D. W'igderson, Fred Bales, Gerald
Katzman, Ken Pedersen, Tom Haen, Dan Bauer.
Sophomore Class History Officers and SophomoreseSI
Rorw x-Marianna Catania, Gwen Evans, Nancy Borkenhagen, Sherry Hess, Janet 01in, Marilyn Meyer, Arlene VVesemann.
Row 2-Joan Melville, Judy Braun, Kathie Radewan, Helene Eggen, Janice Hingiss, Rosann Prudlow, Barbara Schmidt, JoAnn Baum-
Row 3 David Salverson, Jack Stodola, John Stout, Gerald Wolf, Ken H012, Greg Dietz, Everett Tessmer.
Row I-Mary De Bruine, Mary Lou Fisher, Jan Everson, Rita Jorstad, Karen Kasakaitas, Nancy Nishimoto, Louise Burch.
Row 2-Dottie Potter, Carol Schultz, Rosemary Rothenbueler, Gail Bullington, Margaret Purdy, Karen Peterson, Donna Schaefer.
Row 3-Jerry Chase, Chuck Van Rens, Dave Figi, Jack Delanty, Steve Slinde, Jack Dresdow.
Row I-Barb Freas, Phyllis Harms, Sandi Quamme, Caroyn Rolfs, Kathleen Ling, Barb Bath, Judy Bognar.
Row 2-Barbara Medower, Roseann Baldoun, Sandra Baldwin, Nancy Wosilait, Peter Theune, Ray Gilbertson.
Row 3-Dick Geyman, Larry Kubehl, Robert Smith, John Eckhardt, Richard Weber, Robert Kehl, Jack Gribble.
me I Barbara Hartel, Patricia Dunham, Gloria Eilks, Karen Dotter, Lorie Bie, Jill Mayhew, Bunny Pelton.
Rorw 2 Margaret Porter, Marleen Becker, Karen Welty, Charlotte Erickson, Mary Christian, Mary Jo Sniderwin, Dave VVedeward.
Row 3 Bi1l De Master, Dave Rhodes, Brian Schmidt, Dennis Cronce, Bill Kwapil, Jerry Teska, Bob Pavlik, Gary Grennier.
Ravw 4,-Ron Depies, John Schmidt, Nathan Van Sluys, VVilIiam Ritchie, Robert Schneider, Jeff Zeigle, Walter Aspatore.
Rorw x-Domthy Jaeger, Pat Kennedy, Mary Thompson, Judy Mason, Sandy Peterson, Marilyn Behling, Nancy Keegan.
Ro-w 2-Bob Vandervort, Vern Dahlstrom, Karen Miller, Valery Lewis, Mavis Markworth, Joan Miller, John Bell.
Rorw 3-Gary Schrag, John Woelffer, Ronald Klitzkie, Raymond S oklosa, Robert Haugh, Tom Bell.
Rorw 4 Tom Baldner, Wallace Sweet, Phil Bollhagen, Richard Allen, Stephen Derus, Larry Gundrum, Carl Ryba.
Rorw 1 Helen Friedmann, Marilou Baker, Pat Peters, Ida Mehre, Judy Haedt, Jane Heller, Marie Stiener, Barb Wilear.
Row 2-Carol Tesser, jean Dobbratz, Sharon Dorsey, Barb Klein, Elizabeth Steinberger, Audrey Anderson, Kay Lucy, Jean Gibbs, Judy
Row 3-Gerald Whisman, Michael VVandschneidex, Richard Cornell, Wayne VVahlberg, Paul Anderson, Jeff Schulz, Richard Hordyk, Bill
Rorw I-Ellen Kuchnbach, Helen Friedmann, Barbara Tabat, Donna Dorman, Jan Lutz, Joan Osterberg, Nancy Griesberg.
Row 2-Barbara Pierangeli, Gail Sampo, Lani Smith, Judy McCarthy, Sandra Weber, Sandra Jensen, Sally Kosanke, Cheryl VVaIters.
Row 3-D0nald Lee, Anthony Espey, Mike Irwin, Hank Evers, Dennis Bonikowske, Wayne Schnitger, LaVerne Olson.
Rorw I-Timothy Doolan, Paula Husty, Kathie Cull, Lou Ann Mueller, Barb Stube, Dee Martiniak, Mary Fleming, Mary DeCoster.
Row 2 Fred Baehler, Bob Knudsen, Bob Honan, Darryl Sheggrud, John VVandrey, James Krause, Kurt Fuchs.
Rorw 3-Denis Davidson, Robert Thostenson, Chuck Nolan, Gaarder Paynter, Tom Hinz, Terry Galle, Jim Miller, Rex Millheam.
Rorw I-Sandra Achter, Karen Digman, Kathleen Paap, Mary Lou Funk, Joan Latta, Marlene Lehman, Cecilia Mazurkiewicz, Dawn Wee-
den, Phyllis Drechsler.
Rarw 2 Car0le Waite, Patsy Rairdin, Pat Regan, Karen Stockholm, Mary Schnicker, Barb Husting, Georgette Mattson, Joyce Dreischmeier,
Susan Schindler. '
Rorw 3 Darlene Pagel, Terry Nordal, Bill Kenyon, Barry Jensen, David Brugger, XVilliam Cnare, Ann Brooks.
Row 4 Cyril Haslow, Ray Ropers, David Kuykendall, Gerald Voy, John Cimaroli, Charles Lehman, Tom McNaHy, Richard Schmeling.
Row I-Carol Corpron, Sally Kwiatkowski, Delores Mell, Marlene Pinnow, Agnes Daley, Brenda Cowell.
Row 2 Joan Collins, Kathy Downing, Judy Williams, Anita Gullickson, Diane Hanson, JoEllen Stenulson.
me 3 Don Zielke, Dennis Chase, Jim Nehringl Toby Snodgrass, John Papastefan.
Row 4 Wi1liam Rodd, David Watzke, Dick La Certe, Mike Beaupre, Michael Iselin.
Rorw I-Mary Jo Doyle, Janice Timmerman, Karen Langer, Carole Schneeweis, Kay Carney, Judy Schwan, Ellen Zernicke.
me 2- Gerald Davis, Stanley Waga, Carlene Anderson, Betty Zuehls, Connie Ciganek, Myrtle Klaske, Elaine Smokowicz, Phil Nelson.
Row 3:Gary Calacci, Richard Moyse, Gerald Thorstad, Arden Kuhn, William Lassow, Gregory Procknow, Tim Petzold.
Row 4-Dale Boettcher, Rich Juhnke, Bill Pirkel, Bill Campion Steve Shober, Pete Church.
Row 1-Suzanne Foster, Dona VViedenheft, Maxine VVestphal, Karen Spongberg, Elaine Schneeberger, Sharon Hollis, Bonnie Baumann,
Bonnie Johnson, Dian Eisfeldt, Carol Hoesly.
Row 2 -Eugcne Rogers, Cathy Hubbard, Kay Beckman, Jan Boyer, Carol Strini, VViz Jackson, Merrily Madsen, Sally Best, Robert Rewald.
Rorw 3 Richard Pritchard, Clarence Coleman, Ronald Isaac, John Korrison, John Vesbach, Alvin Gumz, Irv Swinehart, Tim Girard.
Row 1 Barbara Kub, Judy Fuerstenberg, Penny RUE, Denise Sell, IVIartha Eberle.
Rorw 2-Gary Pritchard, Susan Lee, Jane Luderus, Jan Janicsek, Joan Peterson, Richard Goniu.
Row 3 R0n Bozynsici, Rick XVarren, Dave Bond, Bill Meinel, Ken Knuteson, Dan Jacobson.
Rorw 1- Marijean Stewart, Patricia Schmitt, Marilyn Wiegner, Betty Huettner, Carole Heindl, Vivian Dunning, Marjorie Ladewig.
Raw 2 Albert Basile, Gordon Converse, Mel Crain, Dick Fernholz, Patrick Glynn, Henry Jacky, Jean Truttschel.
Rorw 3--Barry Barton, Denny Gramins, Dave Hardginski, Win Parkinson, Dean Sommers, David Hodge.
Raw x Barb Toellc, Bonnie Zeaman, Petra Kohlberger, Nada Zurich, Karen Hansen, Ingrid Kremer, Patti Bergwin, Diane Claussen,
Evelyn Heiniger, Jane Meingast.
Rorw 2 Marie Bokemeier, Jean Gordon, Sandra Wittman, Virginia Stalbaum, Judith Johnson, Claudia Del Ponte, Kitty N011, Helen
Schaefer, Virginia Dwyer.
Rorw 3 Ron Travis, Mike Colbert, George Bliss, Larry Schmitz, Paul Shebesta, Rich VVestendorf, Jerry Zelm, Rod Weber.
Row 4-wDan Steffen, Leroy Hoekman, Brent Schiefelbein, Robert Potter, Ed Sabey, Ron Wildermuth, Jim Michels, Jack Hoffmann.
The intiuenee of 1200 new-
comers t0 the Whitewater Cam-
pus has dehnitely been noticed.
Their beginnings were not un-
usual. Freshmen Orientation
Week followed the standard
pattern of convocations, regis-
tration, and tours ending with
the orientation dance.
The freshmen desire to be-
come an integral part of the
school was fulfilled Oct. 12
when the traditional Home-
coming bonfire was lit. They
again received recognition
when their Homecoming float
took second place in the humor-
On Jan. 25, the freshmen
sponsored an all-school record
Left to right: Takenori ttAndyh Ninomiya, viee-president; Sherry Dallmann,
treasurer; Cheryl Gemoll, secretary; and Gerry Loebel, president. hop, Second semCStCr Swing.
Rorw 1-Sandra Simon, Kathy Deignan, Jean Host, Jean Galen, Marilyn Gould, Mary Hahn, Mary Jane Mayer, Arlene Krukar.
Rorw 2eR0bert Bello, Neal Underhill, Chip Mortell, David VViIladsen, George Edenharder, Pat McFarIin, Marvin Vinz, James Dreiling,
Rorw I-jean Schacht, Susan Sehiewe, Carol Tessmnnn, Judy Janda, Gail Page, Judy Kayne, Pam Meyers. Rorw 2-R0bert Pikalek, Alan
Norman, Gary Brooks, James Endres, Harry Peterson, Joseph Kroeten, Frederick Wiemer.
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TOP PICTURE: Rorw I-Mardi Reuter, Susan Samson, Kay Kemnitz, Pam Sparkman, Carol Zirzow, Jane Schloemer, Sally Sasman, Barbara
Sauve. Row 2-Karen Peterson, Judy Schaefer, Donna Zilles, Sue Schlitz, Rosemary Farrell, Mary Lou Fell, Judy Rude, Audrey Schaefer.
Row 3-Hazel Robbins, Robert Schroeder, Hubert VVeisensel, John Schwab, Dennis Dunn, Ronald Golinski, Robert Schmidt, A1 Wilbert.
me 4-James Dunford, Mallory Heindel, Donald Durkin, Harold Fritz, Bruce Edwards, Edward Duesterhoeft, Daniel Ferge.
Row 5 Robert Freeman, Thomas Hendron, Art Schuetze, Stan Dobrovolskis, Lemuel Fraser.
MIDDLE PICTURE: Row I-Sandra Jurkowski, Mary Joyce, Susan Zunker, Julie Siegel, Cecilia Lawless, Mary Hutson, Carol Tessmann, Lois
Schulz. Row 2 Connie Olson, Connie Jennings, Carolyn Johnson, Lonnie Larson, Mary Pitzen, Barb Johnson, Priscilla Lardinois, Joann
Lange. Row 3 NanCy Johnson, John Jaeger, Carl Huth, Ken Schmalz, Erv Kumm, Robert Giovannoni, Frederic Hoesly, Gary Stinson.
me 4,-Dick Jones, Mike Krueger, Chuck Kohlhaas, Dennis Sheehan, Ed Joseph, Bernard Kratky. Row 5 Ken Jensen, Larry Janicsek,
Ken Meyer, Ken Kosanke.
BO'ITOM PICTURE: Row 1-Diane Reiter, Elisabeth Stark, Marsha Rybacki, Karen Kallay, Nancy Lenz, Judy Rickard,- Diane Thompson,
Mary Becker, Faith Ruda. Rorw 2--Wilmer Dahl, Diane Rosenmeier, Toni Joslin, Barbara Kohl, Mildred Repky, Marylee Riitmann,
Lorraine Englert, Garry Decker, Francis Ferguson. Rarw 3-David Holtan, Bob Walker, Gary Wallace, Gary Dawley, Bob Hull, Ron
Crooks, Jim Ruhland, Ken Jaeger. Rorw 4-Kenny Jameson, Mike Collopy, Robert Coa.es, Rick Rubach, Rick Felton, Dennis Damitz, Torn
Remington, XVes Nosek.
TOP PICTURE: Rorw I Dorothy Johnson, Donna Harrison, Barbara Rauter, Mary Benedict, Sue Ransom, Lynda Reinke, Judy Bluhm, Pat
Wagner, Pat Cipolla. Rorw 2 Diana Henry, Carol Zech, Bridget Botham, Dorothy Slaninka, Darlene Arndt, Barbara Race, Barbara Pung,
Janet Read, Jane Lenz. Rorw 3-Evelyn Nagel, Thomas Cox, Carl Anderson, Thomas Andrews, James Delgado, Fred Alvarado, Jim Alf.
Rorw 4.--Alan Cratty, Larry Adler, James Allen, David Charlton, Robert Albertson, Howard Cook, Ron Rothschadl, Marvin Vinz.
Rarw s-Robert Wallace, Dale Baker, Bernard Pierce, Roger Rowin, Jim Dean.
MIDDLE PICTURE: Row 1 Adrienne Ritter, Judy Raettig, Mary Richards, Nancy Guse, Jean Karl, Darlene Starker, Barbara Riedmayer,
Betteanne Keith. Rorw 2-Cindy Reiskytl, Margie Reuther, Karen Jensen, Jane Darling, Carol Halvorsen, Ute Ziebarthc Barb Riemer, Bob
Grise, Bob Head. Rorw 3-Robert Hansen, Bill Hebert, Jerome Goodger, Warren Hein, Jim Gorski, Michal Grbich, David Schultz.
Rarw 4-Bill Gilson, Jim Haas, Chuck Kerkman, Todd Graves, Bill Wright.
L'OTroM PICTURE: Rarw 1-Marcia Wilson, Barbara Brinkman, Pamela Bergstrom, Sue Matzner, Lynn Rae Liegel, Theresa McCormick,
Susan Arentsen, Evelyn Weitzel. Row 2-Jim Laughlin, Thomas Zoellner, Jim Arneson, Carole Coleman, Kathy Swartz, Jan Terrill, Chris
Brechler, Marian Lins, Linda Littell. Rorw 3-Tonv Baade, Tom Larum, Mel Sumwalt. Row 4-Joe Pleviak, Norb Svatos, Jim Lescohier,
Rich Leiknes, Bengy Altheimer, Chris Alston, Bill Bethke.
TOP PICTURE: Rorw 1 Marcia Wenninger, Sue Ggabow, Marilyn Schroeder, Gloria Gaworski, Barbara Deal, Carolyn Gilchrist, Mary Ann
Tesser, Sandra Fowler. Row 2-Anne Milkie, Diana Dial, Jane Traeder, Peg Schober, Kathy Graf, Susie Griswold, Lynn Schmidt.
Rorw 3 Mary Schroeder, Cheryl Peterson, Steve Armstrong, Dick Barbian, Dan Alleny Dick Radloff, Ruth Felton, Jeanne Carstens.
Rorw .r-Ramon Perez, Jerry Apple, Michael Backus, Thomas Baldwin, Doug Sinclair, Jim Mitchell, Pat Milligan. Row 5-Steve Austin,
Rodney Matz, Floyd Neuman, Terry Nairn.
MIDDLE PICTURE: Row 1 Karol Stuessi, Barbara Kenyon, Gail Kleckner, Evelyn Hurst, Mary Jinkins, Mary Larson, Patty Weber,
Dorothy Krueger. Row 2-Lynne Krueger, Jill Vander Brug, Nancy Kilb, Pat Heffernan, Susan Kopecky, Mary Koenig, Merodie Koer-
ner, Donna Kiel. Rorw 3-Phillip Kramer, Rick Polman, Dennis Bleifuss, Jim Becker, Jim Krzeminski, Fran Schauer, Bob Harried.
Rorw +-Charles Krull, John Voorhees, Ed Krisch, Michael Hillerman, Denver Young, Kenton Bennett, Deane Bauman. Row sn-Bill
Kroening, Jim Bindl, Jim Bender, Herb Kulow, Tom von Heimburg, Lee Schauman.
BOTTOM PICTURE: Rarw 1-Susan Greenwald, Terry Swendrowski, Pat McNally, Ellen Mathison, Diane Mottl, Jane Steinhart, Dyan VVie-
denheft, Jeralyn Hetzel, Karen Wilson, Jean Manion. Ro-w 2-Rosemary Mueller, Jeanne Malec, Janis Langetieg, Lois McGrath, Dick
VVhitford, Michael Kurth, Ron Teal, Ray Szeluga, Bonnie Loosen. Rorw 3-Ken Nurnberg, Fred Kuen, Jack Palmer, Ed Machacek, John
Lagowski, Bob Pehanich, Phillip Kucher, Jon Litscher. Row 4wKennneth Kuehn, Melvin Noisen, ChuCk Gess, Dick Wilson, John Tait,
John Laatsch, Denis Wiedenhoeft, David Vick, Rick Langan.
TOP PICTURE: Rorw 1 Alice Klug, Jackie Brahml Carolyn Bruce, Kathy Buscemi, Virginia Smith, Carol Lattow, Karen Sutrick. Rorw 2
Ron Johns, Diane Braun, Sharyl Brown, Loretta Nelson, Wendy Camp, Meribeth Honeck, Marian Catania. Row 3 Dennis McCormick,
Don Kelln, Edward Maag, Bill Nelson, Dick Nottestad, Don Rundquist, Vince Klemko. Raw 4-Kent Zahn, Cliff Markee, Lars Lein, Lynn
Thornton, Eric Meurer, Terry von Dahlen. Row 5-Larry Schranfnagel, Karl Taylor, James Popanz.
MIDDLE PICTURES Rorw I-Gaye Fogarty, Linda Finger, Janet Sarbachpr, Judy Tremaine, Sue Schneider, Jane SchecherJ Margaret Philippe,
Carol Northey. Raw z-John Passini, Robert Wettengel, Nancy Schmiling, Mary Finch, Kathi Filo, Jean Thurow, Maxine Sassali, Mary
Fish. Row 3 John Sanft, Kenneth Johnson, James Jandrain, Steve Olsen, Dave Peters, Phil Roou, Ray Partipilo. Row 4--Thomas Kester,
George Olson, Richard Sands, John Paschke, Roger Payne, Denny Jenkins. Row 5 Tom Dimond, John Delorme, Frank Kandutsch.
BOTTOM PICTURE: Rorw I Wendy Bentheimer, Kathy Baker, Susan Antisdel, Kathleen Atkinson, Karen Beals, Mary Waterstreet, Margaret
Templeton, Judy Harenburg. Row 2-Sharon Bahr, Ann Bean, Lois Jensen, Delores Hanson, Bonnie Ames, Mary Froemming, Cathie
McBride, Don Gerred, John Kepke. Rorw 3-110hn Sullivan, Jim Barth, Wally Coghlan, Wayne Fricano, Eugene Hatter, Bob Thomas,
Gary Shealy, Jim Chapleau, Terry Esrael. Rorw 4-James Wolf, Jerome Wojtkiewicz, Ronald Gabriel, Bruce Kruger2 James Liska, VVil-
liam Harding, Kenneth Kayser, Al Demaio.
TOP PICTURE: Row 1 -Diane Hubbard, Susan Lange, Pam Liggett, Ru'h Olson, Janis OyLeary, Dianne Hoehne, Judi Reece, Beverly Sterr.
Rorw 2-Kathy White, Cathy Pickering, Rilla Hughes, Cheryl Jahn, Jean Thessin, Lois Kubitz, Carole Riese. me 3 Jerry Olin, Douglas
Mueller, Bob Lockyear, John Brunett, Ken White, Kenneth Miller, Martin Matras, Tom Ensweller. Raw 4-James Oldenburg, Lewis VVil-
Iiams, Jorgeli Olsen, Paul Nordberg, John Gerstner, Peter Regan, William Sternberg, James Gibson. Raw 5 -Don Gavey, Pete Gibson,
Charles Stohr, Larry Kahl, Russ Tikitilli, Ron Smith, Ron Isaac.
MIDDLE PICTURE: Row I-Donna Smigun, Susan Czarapata, Susan DransEeld, Janet Drew, Barbara Weller, Naomi Schwartz. Row 2-
Sheila Dorsey, Ellen Dammann, Lorna Shouldice, Kathy Toth, Diane Schwartz, Susan Scott. Row 3-R0bert Whalen, Jack Treadway,
Stephen Peters, Gary Pippel, Bob Rye, Mark Rebholz. Row 4 Willie Laesch, Joel Crawford, Barry Smithy Jim Hofery Larry Simpson.
BOTTOM PICTURE: Rurw 1 Beverly Wolff, Carol Christianson, Janet Mnnis, judy Gregg, Linda Berkley, Mary Ann Berg, Beverly Monthie,
joAnne McDonald, Mary Finley. Row 2-Sherry Dallmann, Larry Grace, Mary Gee, Nancy Sickinger, Marilyn Money, Kathryn Feske,
Donna Janzen, Tom Brewster, Chris Palinay, Rollin Burns. Rorw 3 Patricia MCFarlane, Jerry Ginsberg, Donald Rohner, Michael Binetti,
Ken Rennison, Jerry Gryttenholm, Rick Drenk, Mary Church. Rorw 4 Dick Bolender, Arlyn Clark, Philip VVahlmark. Jerry Steinmetz,
Steve Christenson, Roger Dales, Richard Rusch, Keith Beutin.
TOP PICTURE: Row IhSandra Erickson, Joyce Hillman, Carol Tackes, Cecelia Sine, Jean Seitz, Kristin Helstrom Sharon Seim Jeanette
Koebbeman, Judy Schaus. Rorw 2-Bonnie Herberg, Edward Hamnier, Lyle Schuld, Barbara Syipiora, Esther Statz, Maxine Schultz, Harry
Brodzeller, Richard Chapman, John Manyo Rorw 3-Betty Dvorak John Karsten, Jim Bobrowitz, Dave Bonner, Curtis Christenseyn, John
Briggs, Wayne Walker, Helson Hough Row 4-Bob Schommer, Gerry Weaver Dale Manion, John Rupnow, Dave Hoerig, Bob Miller.
Rarw siErnie Rosenthal, Vernon Bonlander, Charles Mast.
MIDDLE FICTUREZ Rorw 1-Carol Kincaid, Marie Rausch, Mary Janowiak, Loreli LeMay, Rona Waymire, Marilyn LeBlanc, Sharon Fuelle-
man, Karen Lloyd, Victoria Krubert. Rorw 2-Judy Keim, Patti Plautz, Carolyn Hard, Judy Gaston, Beverly Whitq, Gretchen Kolberg,
Lathera Staben, Elaine Hansen. Raw 3hJohn Senkeik, Jim Ganoung, Bob Kopecki John Muehl, Mike Thompson, Doug Krueger Kathy
Strapko. Row 4-Harold Miller, James Krueger Ardell Klug, George Healy, Dave Zellmer, Lee Siffren, Rich Shimaitis. Rovw 5hArthur
LaFlamme, Dennis Tempel, Ray Hill, David Zell Jim Paulsen.
BOTTOM PICrURE: Row IhJane Repyak, Sandy Mader, Betty Nero Barbara Harmes, Melbeth Mosser Judy Musback, Sheri Pleck Elaine
Rhode, Carol Ponyicsanyi. Rorw 2-Kathy Thielen. John Rodee, Suzann Mittelstadt, Carol Stehling,B Barb Wild, Shirley Oehmichen Dar-
lene Lubinski, Judie Mach, Steve Dennis. Rorw 3-Marv Clemons, Dennis Vetter, Bob Engei, David Rohrbach, Thomas Bair, Verllin Mead,
Bill Doornbos. Row 4hDave Doyle, Dave Eberhardt, Wayne De'mpze, Dick Cline, Lee Nelson, Tom Robinson, Allan Eisentraut Mike
Devine, Ronald Vandervort.
TOP PICTURE: Rorw 1-Sandy Gimpl, Ronna Henning, Charlene Heise, Jean Germann, Susan Lounsbury, Nancy Callen, Sally Newton,
Marilyn Krueger. Ron 2 Le0na MesserschmidtJ Thomas Moe,'Lloyd Carlson, Bonnie Miller, Teresa Pasold, Mary Ann Parsloe, Mary
Ann Winn, Nancy Liedholm. Row 3 Gordon Anderson, Mike Svitter, Herbert Blasing, George Byrne, William New, Michael Neuman,
Jim Pfaff. Rarw 4,-Roger Terracina, Bill Cerny, Tom Gruennert, Doug Neumann, Philip Stephenson, John Embrey, Gordon Ulferts.
MIDDLE PICTURE: Row k-Iean Templeton, Nancy Kintz, Betty Douglas, Jaci Miller, Nancy Wirth, Carol Callum, Pam Meyers, Donna
Gruezt. Rorw 2 Madeline Mochel, Betsy McCarthy, Karen Hyzer, Judi Gasparini, Jeanne Pearson, Pamela Williamson, Mabel Mitchell,
Carol Lawrence, Jean Morgan. Rorw 3-Jeff Bartelt, Mary Lu Nicholson, Randy Braasch, Jack Murphy, Robert Bello, Edward Bolton, Rick
Mozal, Danne Showers, Daniel Bayers. Row 4-Ron Propp, Richard Mueller, Dick Winnes, Steven Bedell, Robbi Stray, Larry Blasius,
BOTTOM PICTURE: Rorw 1-Connie Casey, Sharon Sperle, Bede McCaskey, Bev Murray, Sally Bayer, Marion Davidson, Pat Wolters, Pat
Howarth. Rorw 2 CheryI Marsden, Jane Moe, Margaret Noonan, John Jones, Patrick Johnson, Phil Adsit, Dan Bambrough, William
Reeves. Row 3 Meribeth Nieman, Michael Wittkopp, Donald Nicolaisen, Keith Edwards, Art Beischel, Dick Covey, Takenori Ninomiya.
Row 4-Marlin Bavery, James Dollhausen, Tim Cullen, Keith Kohlmann, Clair Aspenson, Paul Underwood, Richard Stoltz, Dick Stark.
TOP PICTURE: Row 1-Kris Erdman, Sue Wentworth, Sandra Bodin, Joyce Woltmann, Carol Bransky, Kathleen Murphy, Susan Smlth, Martha
Linquist, Jean Burhans, Suzanne Cinquemani. Row 2 Marilyn Wheeler, Nancy Bade, Margaret .McLeap, Pamela V.Valsh, Dalrlene Burk-
wald, Georgia Spang, Marianne Armaganian, Kathe Murphy, Joy Howe. Rorw 3-Charles Popp, Jxm Gumn, Pat Gulf, john Flscher, John
Gault, John Evers, Paul Foulke, John Fry. Rorw 4-John Wardlow, Donn Gustafson, John Freidenfeld, Fred Wolff, Bob Steffens, Bob
Steinke, Jim Bray. Rorw 5 Jim Gresch, Chet Schmear, Dennis Nelson, Stan Brookins, Tom Simma.
MIDDLE PICTURE: Row I-Tudi Haasl, Bonnie McKay, Sharon Buss, Lynn Butenhoff, Marilyn Bellmann, Nancy Boston, Carol Gant, Gall
Pavek. Raw 2-Karen Kramer, Sandy Glover, Joan Andrews, Bonita Woltring, Judy Wornson, Jeanne Hassler, Vickie. Atherton, Robgrta
Sternig. Row 3-Karen Mikkelson, Donald Bertram, Joseph Schopen, Bruce Hackbart, Freeman Weiher, Fred Schxlleg, John Elllott,
Fritz Siegenthaler. Rarw 4-Pau1 Blahnik, Fred Dassler, Jim Burnham, Jim Butler, George Hanold, Steve Smith, Tom Cam. Rorw 5-Don
Dunaway, Carl Angelello, Jeff Fohr, Bill Baughn.
BOTTOM PICTURE: Rorw I-Eileen Vesbach, Donna Pickering, Karen Larsen, Joan Doss, Sharon Feldt, Elaine Dibble, Suzanne Freeman, Carol
Edblom. me 2-.Judy Lemkuil, Judy Danielson, Marlene Dederich, Luelle Grudzinski, Janie Rosendall, Vikki Godding, Judy Gage, Marge
Gruber. Row 3 Gail Wyman, Cheryl Furman, Dale Olson, Dominic Burrescia, Angelo Bruscato, Tom Carpenter, Pat Walsh. Row 4-
Bob Dodson, Jim Fullerton, Gerald Walther, Bruce Grubba, Paul Raasoch, Warren Randall.
TOP PICTURE: wa x Ruth Hafkemeyer, Cheryl Marks, Judy Meyer, Madelon Martin, Kathy Villwock, Mary Ann Gudenkauf, Mabel
Smith, Cheryl Gemoll, Karen Millen, Dianne Milewski. Rorw 2 Linda Miller, Kathleen Melville, Mary VVhinnery, Mary Zastrow, Carol
Mavis, Linda Mjaanes, Linda Glover, Sandra Fenney. Row 3 -Claire Gotller, Richard Fischer, Tom Adelman, Don Carrig, Joe Worachek,
Todd Ervin, Steven Rubert, Richard Fischer. Row 4-R0bert Holzer, Lee Holmes, Richard Bowerman, Russell Fons, Peter Dressler, Ronald
Fosdal, Al jenkins. wa 5 VVil11am Land, John Phillips, Richard Heeringa, Bill Hoebel, Gordon Caesar, David Fox, Dennis Seeley, Kent
MIDDLE PICTURE: Rarw I Ardys Schulz, Cynthia Kinasty Kay Huckaby, Karen Berg, Beverly Washington, Diane Branham, Suzanne
Sturtz, Mary Glandt. Rorw 2 Conni Shulstad, Mary Kilkenny, Judy Boegen, Beverly Berndt, Judy Beyerstedt, Carolynn Tews, Carol
Schimmelpfennig, Melody Schultz. Row 3 Barbara Hoyum, Susan Bohm, Bob Gilpatrick, Jim Jaklin, Robert Johnson, Richard Jahnke,
Mary Biwer, Albert Schiefelbein. Rorw 4-Gary Jernberg, Rolf Hoppenz, Larry Prodoeml, Gary Jacobson, Jim Hess, David King, Jim
Gibbons, Jim Yatzeck. Rorw 5 Michael PhillipsJ Robert Schellpfeffer, Richard Humphrey, Greg Bergman.
BOTTOM PICTURE: Row I Chery1 Christofferson, Lydia Ceynowa, Sharon Douglas, Diane Hoffman, June Christensen, Jeanine Thubauville,
Nancy Lowy, Sally Cramer, Marlene Schult. Rorw 2-Susan Klingelhofer, Kay Hendrickson, Sandra Chovanec, Lea Lovejoy, Carol O'Don-
ald, Judi VVelch, Sandra Cummings, Judith Menheer, Lynn Opitz. Row 3-Daniel Whiteside, Phil May, Dick Janisch, Bob Zahnzinger,
Gerry Loebel, Larry Makal, Pierre Higgins, Robert Ohlsen. Rorw 4 Frank1in Koboski, Pat Flood, Pat Lynn, Dave Schroeder, Curt Lings-
Weller, Ken Sobkoviak, Ken Bachofen, Tom Tofte.
TOP PICTURE: Rorw I Teri Griswold, Judith Smith, Patricia Streeter, Gloria Pflughoeft, Renee Higgins, Susan Pritzkow, Dolores Harding,
Sandy Henrichs, Linda Melville. Rorw 2-Sandie Shepherd, Janet Cnare, Wendy Petermann, Carole Herzig, Andrea Kotteman, Kay Hens-
ler, Jeann Shager, Margie Hoppe, Suzanne Conrad. Row 3 Kerry Nelson, Jim Shaffer, Cliff Phillips, Don Martinsonj Tom Stout, Duane
Waugh, Charles Maxwell, Keith McIntosh. Row 4--Michael Mashak, James Easterday, Al Korenin, Tom Schilleman, Jim Diedrich,
Andy Luzi, Bob McConnell. Rorw 5-Chet Mehring, Charley Zeeh, Kenneth Hoard, Thomas Lill, John Macdonald.
MIDDLE PICTURE: ,Rorw 1 Freya Solem Marcia Gpwer, Sherry Gustafson, Bonnie Frame, Sheila Hettmansperger, Kathryn Hartjes, Jane
Wells, Mary Dahms, Linda Hessel. me 2 Darlene Haas, Janice Gile, Susan Jach, Joan Gorder, Nancy Gerlin, Katie Van Lannen, Ellie
Gnatzig, Betsey Ives. Rorw 3-Gera1d Gadow, John Siivonen, Ken Luedke, Gene Schwartzlow, Roger Moore, Dick Pautz, John Waddell.
Row 4--Robert Lind, Robert Dreher, Donald Gauerke, David Morey, Paul Farley, Robert Gerlach, Jerry Zibell.
BOTTOM PICTURE: Rorw 1-Patricia Rein, Chryl Scoggins, Sheri Padley, Barbara Simpson, Kathye Elliott, Christine Falkowski, Lisa Farinna,
Betty Petrakis. Row 2 Diana Kniselz, Sue Dumproff, Alice Falk, Sue Ellis, Sandy Schoenfeldt, Dorothy Dutton, Pamela Dunlap, Harvey
Kucaba. Row 3-Dan McGinnis, Tom Hunter, Robert Pawlak, Allan Roost, Bryan Lesser, Joe Schwebach, David Dwinell, Lee Merkel.
Row Lk-Tom Morgan, Mike Morrison, Bob Schwartz, Curt Geller, Gary Petersen, Joe Polnyanskis, John Kawatski, David Perry. Row 5-
Thomas Anderson, Thomas Zinda.
02 . . . .Xd jme jar
effing Jdcciuaih lac!
There are alwa 5 long lines at the textbook library.
The Freshman-Faculty Reception is a good
place to make new friends.
lV'Ioving day requires the help of the
Prexy and his wife greet campus newcome
WA03 WAD , u . . .JLlonord 22 a5 Out5tanoling?
Lawrence Beschta, Judith Brown, Shirley Cripps, Carole Griffiths, Richard Haney, Patricia Hare.
Frederick Jacobs, Ronald Jacobson, Gerald McGowan, Patricia Muehl.
Twenty-two Whitewater State College Students honored by the national direc-
seniors were selected for national recognition gory afreselaiygg FY fellow Simgrs'ani min;-
. .. e cut'onteamosco-
1n the 1962-63 edmon 0f eWhoes Who M t e .a y . . . .5. .
. , . , , arshlp, extracurrlcular act1v1tles, cmzenshlp,
Among Students 1n Amerlcan Umversmes service to the college, and promise of future
and Colleges? achievement.
John Phipps, Rita Ritger, Mary Roach, Alan Scott, Walter Schoenfeld, Judith Sloan.
Mona 'Irautman, Mary Ann Vehrs. Kathleen VVeink. Barbara West, Michael Wunsch, Rosemary Zickerman.
Organizations, prove your worth!
It matters not the professed ideals of any or-
ganization. For whatever reasons you think you
exist, are you providing a certain proportion of
the student body with the best that your organi-
zation has to offer? The chance for excellence
lies Within every group on this campus. What
better places are there, also, to test and to make
practical application of the gleanings from the
ivory towers of academic life than in your or-
ganization. Are you doing it? t
When your organization fails to meet this
challenge, you as a group; and every individual
in that group, has failed something larger - the
college. Your organization does not exist for
itself, but because the college feels that your or-
ganization can be an integral part of college
And though many organizations may feel
that the college fails in providing them With the
necessary facilities for excellence, remem-
ber that organizations are not made of things.
Organizations are made of people. Excellence
can only begin with
the human links in the
Jack W. Vrieze
Director of Drama
$uclenl . Cycounif
Student Council officers are Sally Hahn, secretary; Jim Greenlee, president; joe Sibley, vice president; and Mike Beaupre, treasurer.
Student Council is the Vital heart of all
campus activities. It is an understanding ear
to student problems, a capable hand to solve
these problems and a mind which works to
improve this campus and to further progress
in all areas.
The council is made up of sixteen elected
members, all of whom are ready to give of
their time and energy in working toward the
success of student goals and activities.
Rorw IaJean Gordon, Bob Witczak, Barb Kaste. Rorw 2aRod Young, Jerry Hoeft, Doug Behrens, Tom Moe.
iWany things were accomplished through
cooperative work during the 1962-63 school
year. The council had a hand in the promo-
tion of the Student Loan Fund Drive which
was an unqualihed success. A committee
worked on the Fraternity Lane cooperative
housing problem and helped to bring about a
Planning of the new library was done
with the aid of a special committee set up to
.jvleart 0K Camlmw .xdctiuilied
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a . 1'."
Dick Hanke leads :1 discussion at a session of the United Student Council, which brought delegates
from student governing bodies of all the state colleges to the WSC campus.
investigate needs and possibilities. Other pro-
jects of importance to our college are United
Council and People to People, both of which
serve to improve relations With other colleges
and people outside Whitewater. Other con-
cerns 0f the council include the blood drive,
allocations, elections7 the all-school picnic,
convocations, and others.
Capable leadership was provided this
year by Jim ,Greenlee, president; Joe Sibley,
vice president; Sally Hahn, secretary; and
Mike Beaupre, treasurer. These, along With
four student delegates from each of the class-
es, make up the Student Council membership.
Meetings are open to the student body.
The council welcomes the opinions and sug-
gestions of others. This group can function
only through the voice of the student body.
YOU are the student body.
Rorw IeAndy Niuomiya, Sue Ixuerschner, Cheryl Gemoll, Kathy Christensen, Gerry Loebel. Rorw 2eBill DeMaster, Jeff Fraser, Jan Ames,
Karen Koenings, Jerry Arneson, Dick Hanke.
.x4zsdociafeol ,Mjomen $uJentd
Officers of A.W.S. are: Joan Miller, secretar
y; Mona Trautman, vice-
gs w. M .5
president; Ruth Dittmer, president; Margery Gill,
reporter; Connie VVanninger, treasurer; Miss Ackermann, adviser.
Associated Women Students provides a link
between the coeds and the administration of
the college. Every freshman woman is auto-
matically a member of the organization.
Representatives from the women,s dorms
and residences housing ten or more women
students compose the council, along with the
five officers. This year AVVS was happy to
welcome a new faculty adviser, Bliss Helena
Aekermann, the assistant dean of women.
Early November was the time and the
place was the Fireplace Lounge 0f the Stu-
dent Union when President and Mrs. Wyman
were honored at the annual AVVS House-
holder Tea. Throughout the spring, summer,
and school year, Council members were busy
revising. amending, and passing a motion
proposing a change in the present hours of
Sue Pospeschil, Mrs. Mills, Joan Miller, and Miss Ackermann prepare the Student Handbook.
women students on campus.
Personal contact between the freshmen and
upperclassmen was provided through the
Big-Little Sister correspondence and pro-
Charity was the goal of women participat-
ing in the yearly Care Drive sponsored by
AVVS. Fashions became the Chief interest of
council members as preparations were com-
pleted for the Spring Fashion Show.
Representatives on the Student Welfare
Board were elected by the council. In the
spring of last year new officers were elected
in an all school election. They are Ruth Ditt-
mery president; hlona Trautman, vice-presi-
dent; Joan Miller, secretary; Connie Wan-
ninger, treasurer; and :Wargie Gill, reporter.
. . . ognAdujolminidtraUOfL anal Cogold
00m Mary O Day, Kathy Kitto, Cheryl Ziedler, Beverly Young
wottom Sara Best, Helen Schaefer, Marianna Catania
HOW Marilyn Meyer, Carol Gallagher, Jean Rasch, BarbaralHartel
bottom Judy Lenth, Pat Zinda, Barbara Tabat, Kathy Hartjes
Mary Host, editor-in-ehief, evaluates pictures with Miss Muller, publication adviser, as
judy Sloan looks on.
Amid a great noise, confusion and
turmoil the 1963 Minneiska was put
together piece by piece until on one
warm day in May the completed
book hit the campus. It required
long hours, late nights, and Sunday
work to finish the project and pro-
duce the largest book in the history
of the college.
The editorial staff was responsible
for putting the book together, or-
ganizing the groups for picture tak-
ing expeditions and writng copy and
identifications, designing layouts,
and compiling the index.
Anytime a passing student might
Chance to look in on the office he
would, of course, see the same neat,
tidy, well organized group of IVIin-
neiska staffers bent eagerly over
their typewriters, proportioning
pictures, drawing dummies, or con-
niving one of their regular escapes.
In spite of missed deadlines, bro-
ken cameras, late copy and lost dumv
mies, everyone had fun and the book
hnally went to press, almost on sche-
Ron Peterson, business manager, checks the books with Mrs. Mills, faculty
Bob Schneider, layout editor, trims and pastes up the senior section. adviser.
. . . .4114 get your Coley in Ag jriclay
Typist Lil Peterson, discusses Jane TigheYs
special events copy.
Mike Beaupre, athletic editor,
writes copy fo; the football
Kaye Cummings, typist, and Lani Smith, index editor, sell 1962 yearbooks at
a special price.
Jan Reetz, organization editor; Mitzie Daun,
Greek editor; and Char Beyer, church editor;
prepare their dummies.
Don Olin, photography editor, checks photo identi-
Flcations with Kathy Fiedler, editor of the students
Sal 1y Roth, editor-in-chief
The Royal Purple is the college newspaper,
available to students every Tuesday afternoon
and sent upon request to other schools and
alumni. The paper is written and edited by
the students at Whitewater.
Within the last year the RP published a
special freshman issue during Orientation
Week, added the Presidentts Corner as well
as our own cartoonist, and in Nlarch convert-
ed to an eight-page tabloid paper.
Each year the RP sponsors the best dressed
girl contest. Sherry Hess was elected by the
student body as VVhitewaterE best-dressed
coed for 1963-64.
In the latter part of April several members
of the static attended the annual conference of
the Wisconsin College Publications Associa-
tion at Oshkosh. The editor attended the an-
nual Associated Collegiate Press convention
in Detroit, tVIich.
As a climax to the yearhs activities, a spring
banquet was held April 2. Mr. Larry Ray-
mour, assistant to the publisher of the Beloit
Daily News, was the guest speaker for the
event. Special awards were given to all of the
editors and the new staff was announced.
Sue Kuerschner, Sue Hayward, 21ml Carine Berg, co-editors 0f the organization pagey analyze layout with the
adviser, Mrs. Mary MiHs.
. o . ibeaclfined awry
II ., I . W4
One of the business managers, Louise Aplin, checks the
advertisements with Susie Nelson and Judy Gunderman,
Tom Wendelburg, co-editor
of the sports page, examines
page proofs with Carol
Hansen and Ken Knutson,
co-edifors 0f the news page.
R. P. Reporters are iRow xi Joan Gorder, Barb Stube,
Cathy Hubbard, Mary Hahn, and iRow 2i Sally Hahn,
Dennis Erdmann, Terry Bradley, Tom Kock, and Naomi
Cartoonist Steve Sherry discusses hidy, with feature page
CO-editors, Sandy Weber and J0 Kapoun.
The Photo Staff is the only campus organization where projects
are "shot" from the start, but diligently udeveloped", iifixedii, and
actually "imprintedhY forever on the campus or Whitewater State.
In room 223 at the Student Union, home of the Photo Staff, old and
tired cliches such as, iiThrow light on the subject," take on literal
meaning. The Photo Staff is responsible for the majority of the col-
legeis photographic needs and spends long hours completing numer-
ous assignments that pour into the Darkroom. Pat Mages directed
the efforts of the Photo Staff this year, Don Olin put in double time
arranging and scheduling Minneiska photos, while Cy Carlson
handled the tasks required of a business manager.
PAT . 5
Mn ion jcliuitied
Three members of the Student Union Board, Dick Hanke, Dr. I. W. Sch affer
The Union Activities Board of the White-
water Student Union is an all-campus organi-
zation which strives to meet the needs of the
college community through programs initi-
ated by its student members.
There are five major committees of the
Union Activities Board, each of them serving
different functions. The Arts and Crafts
Committee provides the campus with art ex-
hibits, lectures, a photography exhibit and the
Holly and Ivy style show. The Clubs Com-
mittee aids in the formation of clubs to meet
the special interests of students and handles
leadership conferences. The Entertainment
Committee provides relaxation and entertain-
ment for the campus through such activities
as movies, concerts, student entertainment and
The Public Relations Committee is the
50am! 1 V
and Miss Miriam Pape, discuss a new facet of the Union program.
communications system between the Union
Activities Board and the campus community.
It attempts to determine student needs and
desires, and to convey to the student body the
purposes and functions of U.A.B. The Recre-
ation Committee provides tournaments for
those skilled in billiards, table tennis, chess,
bridge, tennis, etc.
Another function of the Union Activities
Board is the annual Ice-O-Rama weekend.
I'Ce-O-Rama provides an organizational ice-
carving contest and contests in badminton,
volleyball, soccer, sled racing, and greased
pole climbing, In addition there are relays,
an Ice-O-Rama Queen contest, a student en-
tertainment program, a dance, and TinameTT
entertainment. Campus participation and en-
thusiasm have made this and other Union AC-
tivities Board programs a success.
Mr. Richard Ballsmith, adviser to the Union Activities Board, is shown with officers and committee chairmen, Fran Wojtowicz, secretary;
Carol Nelson, president; Sara Anderson, recreation committee chairman; Judy Hendrick, treasurer; and Bob Hay, vlee president. Not shown
are Jane Howland, arts and crafts committee; Sally Kuecker, clubs comittee; and Robbi Kiley, entertainment committee.
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.Cooralinatej g'lracurricufar jcliuilied
Don't these Come any bigger?
VFom Don't you have any that say happy
HVIiddlw Hey, he's got the answers for the
UighU Where is everybody?
Ruqv 1-Don Thom, Sanuy Gimpe, Marilyn Schroeder, Robert S"haefer. Diane Mottl, Rnrw 2eRoherta Sternig, Carol Ponicsanyi, Betty
Zuehls, Sally Cramer, Carol Phelps, Mary Ann Tesser, Janice Ames Rim: 3eJudy Zimmerman, Lee Holmes, Mary Aime Zenz, Karen
Larsen, Roberta Stray, Gary Pippel, Stan Brookins, Frank Ferguson. Rutw .1.-Mr. David Evans, jean Gordon, Gordon Smith, Karen Cone,
John Papastefan, Roger Andreoli, David Zell.
The Concert Band, an organization which
was formed many years ago, has proven to be
a successful, well-known group. This is true
not only at Whitewater, but at schools
throughout the state where it has appeared in
Under the guidance and direction of Mr.
David Evans, the band performs for various
events during the year. Highlighting these
events is the spring tour which this year in-
cluded concerts at West Milwaukee, Brook-
field Central, Mequon, Berlin, Bay View,
and Big Foot High Schools.
The Concert Band will conclude its year
with an appearance at commencement exer-
The oHicers for the year were Larry Oster-
burg, president; Carmen Catania, vice presi-
dent; Vicki Geise, secretary-treasurer; Sandy
Neuenschwander, business manager; Mary .
Alice Eisch and Carol Kelleher, librarians: A $010 Passage for the comet sm'on'
84-Concert March Band
. . . Spring your Spreaclzi jtzi game
me I-Barbara Hoyum, Sandy Neuenschwander, Jan Boyd, Kelly Greenlee, Betty Letter. Row 2 Jerry McGowan, Mary Alice Eisch, Caro-
lyn Ryer, Karen Beals, Janet Fromm, Marvis Ann Mal'kworth, Ruth H afkemeyer. Raw 3-Tnm Zoellner, Vicki Geise, Carol Kelleher, Cheryl
jahn, Susan Schindler, Dale Boettcher, Roger Klug, Mary DeBruine, Iarry Osterburg. Rorw + A1Ien Roberts, Jane Meacham, Bonnie Ames,
Bob Ohlsen, jim Bray, Pat Kelleher, Pat Johnson, Bill Land, Judy Slamp, David Dahlke, Marilyn Bellman. Jim Greenlee, David Ehren.
Officers are Larry Osterburg, president; Carmen Catania, vice-president; Vicki Geise, secretary-treasurer; Carol Kelle-
her, lxbrarian; NIary Alice Eisch, librarian; and Sandy Neuenschwander, busmess manager.
Concert Ma rch Band-85
WarcAing .. Kano!
Five minutes to get into marching formation!
The year of 1962 was an exciting and event-
ful one for the Marching Band.
The football season found the band in the
limelight, performing for the college games
and the Homecoming Parade. The highlight
86-Concert March Band
The band parades before a capacity crowd in Packer Stadium.
of the year was a trip to Green Bay in Sep-
tember to perform for a Packer game. The
half-time show, which was nationally tele-
vised, prompted many favorable comments
from directors all over the United States.
Top ler on the march; hop righO pa-.
rade rest; Renter ler forward march;
Mbovd off on tour; UefQ step softly.
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Raw IeDavid Arbuthnot, Monrieo Lehnert, Dianne Milewski, Cecilia Biazurkiewicz, Bexerlv XV ashington jo Ellen Stenulson Nancx G1ies-
, Mwmmy MP WW
1 i Q 1
burg Raw 2eMarion Klinner James Bender, Robert Schaefer, Barbara Hoxum Mary Alice Eisch, Ruth Hafkemexer tarol R5er Vicki
Geise, Allen Roberts. R010 34'Vh. Sieb: rs, Gordon Smith, Dave Ehren,
Bev Washington and Diane Milewski pick up the melody.
Carmen Catania Larith Ludtke, C 21101 Kelleher
The Whitewater State College Orchestra
was organized 1n 1956 by Dr Franklin Bush-
man present chairman of the music depart-
ment. Since then the orchestra has increased
in size and has participated in various activi-
ties, including performances as a concert
group and with the college choir.
The orchestra is now under the direction of
Mr. William Siebers. The group plays some
of the best orchestral arrangements and this
year performed uSymphony N0. 97H by
Haydn and iiConcerto Grosse N0. 1 in G
Majorii by Handel at the music department's
Thevofficers 0f the orchestra are Monrieo
Lehnert, president; Marion Klinner, Vice-
president; Nancy Griesburg, secretary; and
Mr. William F. Siebers, director.
ZQAKQ 64X . . . proaluch'on Wum4em a Speciafty
wa IeMr. Robert Partridge, Diane Mottl, Carol Northey, Marlene Schult, Lou Ann Mueller, Nancy Bade. Jean Karl, Cheryl Gemoll, Joan
Collins, Sharon Baht, Elaine Schneeberger, Carol Lattow, Carolyn Ryer, Elaine Dibble, Marian Catania, Barbara Pierangeli. Row 2-Kath-V
Ling, Carol Rae Edblom, Margaret Purdy, Nancy Odinius, Claudia DelPonte, Ellie Gnatzig, Judy Danielson, Carol Kelleher, Merrily Madsen,
Jane Trachte, Cheryl Lynn Walters. Row 3-Cheryl Peterson, Marianne Armaganian, Carol Tessmann, Carol Tesser, Sandra Gimpl, Carol
Schultz, Patricia Rein, Sharon Feldt, Sandra Glover, Dorothy Slaninka, Mary Fleming, Barbara West, Darlene Lubinski, Marianna Catania.
Ra-w +ePam Liggett, Marilyn Schroeder, Helen Shampo, Marilyn Krueger, Joan Gorder, Linda Glover, Dyan W'iedenheft, Jean Gordon,
Judy Schaus, Darlene Haas, Sherry Jerome, Jane Moe, Pat VVyss, Martha Hartshorn, Carolyn Rolfs, Jane Hamilton, Judy Bluhm.
Treble Clef has over seventy
members and is under the direc-
tion of Mr. Robert Partridge. t e N
This year the groyp made SCV' N h b; l t . Hiccrs 0f Treble Clef ar-e
eral appearances, mcludtng full $3531 C263?1tzfessxcjfe-glzg:
prOduCthD numbers In the I dent; and Barbara Pieran-
Christmas and Spring Con- V . g8", secretary'-
certs. Soloists for the Christmas ' h " W
Concert were Carol Rae Ed-
blom, Diane Mottl, and Mati-
lyn Schroeder. Plans are being
made for this group to make
spring tours along With the oth-
er musical groups on campus.
The Treble Clef sings a vari-
ety of music, including folk .
SOHgS, religious materialv and Treble Clef Accompanists
songs with Latin, French, or Jean Gordon, Jane Trachte, '
- Pam Liggett, and Barb j
SpanlSh tCXtS' West are shown with Mr. 73
Concert CA oir
me I Betteanne Keith, Barbara Freas, Joan Andrews. Kathleen Murphy, Kathy Hartjes, Sylvia Northey, Charlene Heise, Ronna Henning,
Marsha Moth, Jan Kolpitcke, Jane Trachte, Helen Heitz, Lois Hughes, Louise Aplin, Helen Friedmann, Eileen Anderson, Bridget Gregory,
Marlene Pinnow, Lou Ann Mueller, Jean Rasch, Carol Gallagher. Rorw 2-01101 Schimmelpfennig, Marlene Schult, Karine Brager, Althea
Drew, Patrick Milligan, Bruce Patrick, Jon Halstead, Roger Terracina, Lynn Opitz, Marshal White, Paul Miller, Peter Theune, Bill Pfis-
terer, James Nehring, Dale Volberding, Gene Hein, Alan Peierson, Sonja Peterson, Marilyn Krueger, Margaret Carroll, Maxine VVestphaI.
R0103 Sue Bishop, Margaret Schober, Cathy Danks, Melbeth Mosser, Jan Boyer, Joan CollinsY Bob Hay, Jim Oldenburg, Barry Barton,
John Lay, Tom Haebig, Ron Travis, Gary Vehb, David Wick, Ed Grabow, Carol Stl'iniy Betsy Ives, Norberta Verthein, Suzann Mittelstaw
Jan Kolpitcke, Jean Rasch, Bruce Patrick, John Lay and Tom Haebig.
. . . Sang at prediclentiai jnaugurah'on
Sally Newton, Jean Germann, Judy Gunderman, Barbara West.
Row 4eDonna Davis, Sharon Buhrow, Pat Wyss, Gary Ander-
son, Richard Chapman, Kent Karberg, Paul Nordberg, Ralph
Clark, Bill Scobie, Ron Jacobson, Don Jacobson, James Liska,
Phil Bollhagen Nancy Liedholm, Joan Miller, Beth Peterson,
Lathera Staben, Helen Shampo, Dian Eisfeldt, Gwen Evans. tNot
pictured, Gary HansenL
Barb West, accompanist for Concert Choir.
The 90-member Concert Choir began
this school year on a high note when it
was invited to sing at inaugural ceremo-
nies for President VVyman in October.
Later in the year the choir presented
its annual Christmas concert, which fea-
tured Vaughn Williamst ttMass in G
During the second semester the choir
presented a spring program at WSC and
went on a three-day concert tour of high
schools in the state.
The choir is directed by Dr. Raymond
E. Light, professor of music. Its officers
were John Lay, president; Bruce Pat-
rick, business manager; Jan Kolpitcke,
secretary-treasurer; Carol Strini and
Phil Bollhagen, librarians; Sharon Buh-
row and Dian Eisfeldt, robe keepers.
Raw IeDan Jacobson, Lee Hembel, John Hoffmvann, John Wandrey, Jim Allen, Marshall White, Paul Miller, Douglas Cook, Rick Meurer,
David Dwinell, Bruce Patrick, Dr. Light, director. Rorw 2eVVilmer Dahl, Roger Terracina, Barry Barton, Dennis Lovaas, Jim Laughlin, Tom
VVhitewaterk Nlerfs Chorus, under the direc-
tion of Dr. Raymond Light, has become one of
the most outstanding choruses in the state of VVis-
consin. This year the men's chorus performed for
the Faculty Dames organization and participated
in the annual Christmas and Spring Concerts.
The chorus extended its spring tour to three days
and included performances at Randolph, Wau-
pun, 101a, Almond, Montellot Lodi, Pardeeville,
and at East High School in Kladison.
Officers for the year were Lee Hembel, pres-
ident; David Hodge, vice-president; Harry Dae
vis, secretary; Marshall White, librarian; and
John Lay, assistant librarian.
Let's have some fortissimo on that passage!
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Haebig, Robert Smith, Bill Kruse, Dave Dahlke, John Lay, Bob Hay. Row 3- David Hodge, Joseph Kroeten, Kenton Bennett, Gerald
Thorstad, Steven Smith, Phillip Kramer, Jim Oldenburg, jon Halstead, John Eckhart, Phil Bollhagen, Jim Miller, Jim Dollhausen.
Officers of Menk Chorus are Dave
Hodges, Marshall White, Lee Hem-
bel, and John Lay.
Rehearsal time for a Men,s Chorus quartet.
Wadic gclucafOM Wallionaf Con erence . . . jar O era
The membership of stu-
dent chapter number 60 0f
the NIusic Educators Nation-
al Conference, a department
of the National Education
Association, is made up of
music majors and minors. Dr.
Raymond Light is the faculty
adviser for the Chapter.
Each year the group selects
and attends several operas
and concerts which are pre-
sented in nearby cities. A-
mong those attended this year
were the opera, ttLa Travia-
ta" in Nladison, and the Chi-
cago Symphony Orchestra
concert in Milwaukee. Bi-
monthly meetings were held
in which topics of special in-
terest to music students were
Officers for the school year
were Jane Trachte, presi-
dent; Carol Kelleher, Vice-
president; Carolyn Ryer, sec-
retary; Carmen Catania,
treasurer; and Vicki Geise,
Row IeHelen Heitz, Lou Ann Mueller, Carmen Catania, Margaret Carroll, Dr.
Raymond Light, adviser. Row 2-Sandy Gimpl, John Papastefan, Carolyn Ryer,
Marsha Moth. Row 3eAllen Roberts, Jane Trachte, Carol Kelleher, Jean Rasch.
Row 4hR0hert Strey, Dave Ehren, Barbara West, Dave Dahlke, Lois Hughes.
young leelou5ficand . . . flay junior pofiliczam
Bob Speri, Jim Nehs, Ron Travis, Paul Dicklin, Bill Hollingsworm.
Bill Wigdersnn, president of YGOP, and Mr. Chopp, the faculty advisor,
check for Republican victorics in The Congressional Record.
Rorw I--Edward Bolton, Patricia Christian, Mirian Clark, Bill Wigderso'i,
Dennis Peck. Ro-w 2eMr. Chopp, Lynn Opitz, Bob Gilpatrick,
The Y. G. O. P. consists of college stu-
dents who are interested in the workings of a
political organization and who have a Re-
publican philosophy of government.
This year the Young Republicans helped
with the fall election. A Republican head-
quarters was set up downtown and manned
by the college Young Republicans. The
Y. G. O. P. was also host for a c0unty meet-
ing which featured as speakers the Republi-
can candidate for lieutenant-governor, Jack
Olson, and Henry J. Schadeberg, first district
representative to the United States Congress,
as well as local candidates for public office.
The Y. G. O. P. also sponsored several films
that were open to the public.
Officers this year were W. D. VVigdeF
son, president; Robert Eggert, Vice president;
NIickie Clark, secretary; Dennis Peck, trea-
surer; and Profs. J. J. Chopp and Everett
Shaw, faculty advisers.
Ayala J440Aa ggma ' . . jntrocluced lAe gudinedd Warfal
Rarw I-Judy Ross, Joy Justesen, Jill Mayhew, Darlene Pagel. Rorw 2eMary Ann Vehrs, Bill Campbell, Gerry Justin. Roqv 3-John Gustaf-
son, Hugh Foy, Oscar Steele. Rome 4-Riehard Claussen, Howard Fiedler, Steve Zantow.
Beta Alpha Sigma7 business Club, fulfilled
its objective of acquainting members with the
business world by having speakers from many
fields, including public accounting, telephone
service, outboard motor manufacturing, and
In the spring of the year the members en-
96-Beta Alpha Sigma
joyed a field trip and their annual picnic.
Officers for the year were Bill Campbell,
president; Don Lipske, Vice-president; Judy
Ross, secretary-treasurer; Hugh Foy, publi-
city chairman; Steve Zantow, membership
chairman; and Mr. Allen Lowrey, adviser.
Zita geta gala . . . jodlerd Sludlenf leedearcA
Rorw IsRamona Chattillion, Judy Knurr, Rosemary Zickerman, jane Hamilton. R00 z-Ron Schmidt, Carl Pagel, Don Stevens, Dan Matu-
lionis, Doug Klitzkie, Charles Titus, Carl Zirk. Rorw 3-Dr. Clarence McNabb, Bob Schonta, Fred Schmude, Steve Swanson, Clarence Mag-
nuson, Bob Wolff, Rick Meyer.
Beta Beta Beta is a national honor society
for students in the biological sciences. Its
purpose is to promote interest in this held.
Gamma Mu chapter meets twice a month,
with outside speakers or new members of the
biology faculty at every meeting. Members
of the club are also urged to do individual
research projects and make reports to the
Tri Beta activities have in-
cluded field trips to the Ar-
gonne National Laboratory
and the Turtox Biology De-
partment. The group also
sponsored a public lecture on
cancer this year.
In April the annual initia-
tion banquet is held and the
years activities conclude
With a picnic at Whitewater
Lake in May.
Dr. Clarence McNabb
and the biology department
sponsor the local chapter.
Officers are Rosemary Zick-
erman, president; Doug
Klitzkie, vice-president; Ju-
dy Knurr, secretary-treasur-
er; and Jane Hamilton, his-
Calling Dr. Kildare!
Jealoloa ibefta l. . . . :J-l'or galucah'on eonnor Students
Row IeSamlra Emerson, Kathy W'orden, Jane Hamilton, Norma Gnatzig, Janet Boyd, Kathleen Riley, Shirley Lundstrom, Lois Pollard,
Audrey Bosben. Row ze-Marion Klinner, Pearl Powers, Connie VVanninger, jane Trachte, Karen Cone, Gertrude Melillo, Darlene Stock-
stad, Beverly Cooper, Randi Davidson. Row 3--Fritz Jacobs, Sharon Adamsnn, Elizabeth Letter, john Albee, Ron Johnson, Barbara XVest,
Rosie Ziekerman, Roger Brumm, joe Ciotti, David Arbuthnot.
Kappa Delta Pi is an honorary
education fraternity. To be eligible
for membership, juniors must have
a grade point of 2.2 and seniors a
grade point of 2.0.
During the year, Delta Nu Chap-
ter of Kappa Delta Pi had two initi-
ation banquets, one honoring the fall
pledge class and the other for the
spring class. Programs for the year
have featured speakers in the field
Officers for the year 1962-63 were
Carole Griffiths, president; Dick
Haney, vice-president; Mary Ann
Vehrs, secretary; Ron Peterson,
treasurer; and Carolyn Ryer, histor-
ian. Mr. Reuben Klumb served as
sponsor and faculty adviser to the
group. Officers are Carolyn Ryer, historian; Mary Ann Vehrs, secretary; Carole
GriHiths, president; Dick Haney, vice-president; Ron Peterson, treasurer;
and Mr. Reuben Klumb, sponsor and faculty adviser.
98-Kappa Delta Pi
pi Jealoloa ibeffa . . . gAe jrt 0K perduadion,
Signifying uthe art of persuasion
e beautiful and just? Pi Kappa
Delta provides many opportunities
for persons interested in forensics.
Wisconsin Epsilon chapter of Pi
Kappa Delta has been active on the
Whitewater State College campus
since its founding in 1943. As part
of a national forensic fraternity, the
members of Pi Kappa Delta parti-
cipate in many activities which pro-
mote public speaking skills.
Dr. Ben Collins was elected hon-
orary member of the year because
of his interest and participation in
the debate program.
First semester officers were Ron
Jacobson, president; Terry Geske,
Viee-president; Arlis Van Laanen,
secretary-treasurer; and Bridget
Gregory, corresponding secretary.
Terry Geske was elected presi-
dent for the second semester, along
with Bill Sutter, Vice-president;
Pete Hamilton, secretary-treasurer;
and Rodney Vail, corresponding
Bill Wigdcrson, Mrs. Mary Mills, Cheryl Gemoll, Jim Krueger.
Rorw XwBarbargl Bernhardt, Roberta Kiley, Mary Jean Baehler, Arlis Van Laanen. Ro-w 2eJim Nehs, Dr. Edna Sorber, Gloria Sprague,
Bridget Gregory, Dr. Wynett Barnett, Tony Georgalas. Rorw 3eRodney Vail, Jerry McGowan, Bill Seiler, David Arbuthnot, Dr. Everett
Refior, Terry Geske, Frank OiBrien, Dale Spencer, Bill Sutter
Officers of Pi Omega Pi are Fritz Jacobs, president; H. M. Collins, adviser; Ronald Peterson, vice-president; Jan Sholts, secretary; Helen
Rennhak, reporter; Shirley Lundstrom, corresponding secretary; and Veronica Gilsdorf, treasurer.
Mr. Collins advises Veronica Gilsdorf, chapter treasurer, on the organizationTs
lOO-Pi Omega Pi
Pi Omega Pi is an honorary scholastic
fraternity for business education students
and is represented by Psi chapter on the
The organization has chapters in the
leading business education teacher training
institutons throughout the United States.
Membership is limited to juniors and sen-
iors who have a hB" average or above.
Heading this years activities, as usual,
was the publication of the college direc-
tory and the second semester supplement.
The group also published an alumni news-
paper, sponsored a faculty tea, and went on
a spring held trip.
The annual banquet honoring gradu-
ating seniors of Pi Omega Pi was held in
the spring, and the new officers were in-
The officers for the year were Freder-
ick Jacobs, president; Ron Peterson, Vice
president; Jean Sholts, secretary; Veronica
Gilsdorf, treasurer; Shirley Lundstrom,
historian; and Helen Rennhak, publicity
Chairman. Mr. Henry 1W. Collins is the
- . . puAfidAed lAe ?KZQW ibireclory
Jacobs distributes second semester supplements for the annual college dlrectory.
j: . .
1 811aron Buhrow, jan Boyd Betty Letter, Sandy Enerson, Lois Pollard, Shirley Zitka, Shirley Cripps. Row 2-Ted Petrakis, Veronica
GllSdOl'f, Jean Sholts, Mary Ann ,Vehrs, Marjorie Humer, Mary Alice Eisch, Helen Rennhak. Row 3 -Mike VVunsch, John Albee, Ron
Peterson, Sharon Adamson, Wally Schoenfeld, Frederick Jacobs, H. M. Collins.
Pi Omega Pi-IOI
fjAefa 444a I94l. . . . 3de pfayg the ineg,
Rarw IeKathie Cull, pledge; Judith Patch, active; Elaine D7iedzic, president; Arlis Van Laanen, secretary-treasurer. Row 2-D1'. Jaek
Vrieze, adviser; Paul Dicklin, pledge; Bob Pavlik, pledge; Mark Davenport, pledge; Elaine Schneeberger, pledge. Absent: Sharon Holl1s,
llThe plays the thing . . . ,, This familiar ex-
pression denotes the purposes of Theta Alpha Phi
Which are to increase interest, stimulate creative-
ness, and foster artistic achievement in all the
allied arts of the theater.
Theta Alpha Phi is a national honorary dra-
ma fraternity with membership granted to those
participating in dramatic activities and college
play productions. Nlembers work on Whitewater
College Players, three-act plays, sponsor the an-
nual one-act play contest, and strive to promote
interest in all forms of drama.
Make-up time in the cast
dressing room. I
Period ensembles from previous
plays are featured in a costume
102-Thefa Alpha Pi
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Rim: IeArIis Van Laanen, Beverly Washington, Sally Kuecker, Susan Smith, Gretchen Kolberg, Arlene Antoine, Elaine Schneeberger,
Kathie Cull, Dot Slater, Mary Heine. Rorw 2-Ken Rennison, Judith Patch, Elaine Dziedzic, Nlarjorie Yug, Patti Plautz, Marianne Arma- i
ganian, Marilyn Money, Tom VVilkie. Row 3eMark Davenport, Don Pielin, Bob Pavlik, John Napierala, Dr. Jack Vrieze, Rick Meurer,
Paul Dicklin, Jon Halstead. i
Tower and Town Players have had a
busy year. The former Whitewater Col-
lege Players, we began by Changing our
name and writing a whole new constitu-
tion. We are now Tower and Town
Players, and our aim is to make drama
an active and Vital force on our campus.
Membership is open to anyone on cam-
pus, as well as to interested people from
the faculty or the community.
Tower and Town activities this year
have included a trip to the Wisconsin
Idea Theater conference on theater-in-
the-round in Milwaukee last fall, two
costume parades, plus participation in
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PCOplC and iq hC Lady S NOt for Members of the Constitution Committee, shown with Dr..Jack Vrieze, director
. n of drama, are Paul Dicklin, Judith Patch, and Arlene Antoine. Not shown,,
Burning. Sharon Hollis.
A final practice session in the debate room precedes a weekend debate trip to St. Thomas for I0 forensic stude11ts.Terry Geske reviews his
case for Ueft t0 Iight standingi Rodnev Vail, Frank 0Br1en, Bill Seiler, and tseatedi Tony :eorgalas, Ronald Iraxis, Bill Wigderson,
Bill Suttel, Jerry McGow an and Pete Hamiltoh.
Oxford UniversitV met VVSC to debate the pros and cons of TV advertising, but amiable relations Twenty - thFCC tOU F1121-
were 1Hest01ed over coffee. The debaters served by D1 VVVnett Barnett, are John B. W. McDonnell . . V
Tony Georgalas, Dale Spencer and William D. Madel. ments 111 Clght states haVC
been only a part of the
work of the forensic squad
Their honors have cov-
ered a wide geographic
range from fourth place in
the group interaction tour-
nament at Michigan State
to top discusser at Omaha,
Neb. Honors have ranged
from the group award at
Michigan State through
team awards for excellent
debating at the University
of Illinois at Chicago. Ten
squad members have re-
ceived awards for excellent
Other activities of the
forensic squad have in-
cluded judging discussion
for high school students
and putting on demonstra-
tion debates for high
school students and service
clubs. The November
appearance of the Oxford
debaters added a hrst for
. . . jwenty-tdree journamenfd in 65th Stated
Rorw I-Bridget Gregory, Arlis Van Laanen, Cheryl Gemoll. me 2 David Arbuthnot, Dale
Spencer, Jim Krueger.
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WSC teams who competed at av Michigan State tournament, shown with Dr.
Edna Sorbet, debate coach, are Bridget Gregory, Terry Geske, Pete Hamilton
and Tom Jensen.
mm; $ A
Cheryl Gemoll and David Arbuthnot handled
registration for the annual high school debate ,
J4Mociation 0K 6 fJAOOJ golucation
Rurw 1 Kathy Ir 'ne, Eleanore Klimek, Cathy Christensen, Neila Wrasse. Nancy
Underwood, Caroline Liehetrau, Patricia Haberman. '
9-3. i $4i?;va9
so4 mo1 a 411 4
me I-Anita Gilliland, Janice Leschinsky, Margery Gill, Norma Gnatzig, Donna Schaefer, Carol Corpron. Raw 2 Janice Armstrong,
Joanne Paddock, Eileen Vandesand, Karen Shower, Judy Spaulding, Joan Melville, Ruth Hanak.
Many gifts for the children at Central Colony
were donated at the ACE benefit tea.
Association of Childhood Education is an or-
ganization for students intending to teach in kinder-
garten, elementary or rural schools. Founded in
1892, it is concerned with the education and well-
being of children from two to twelve years old.
Some of the primary purposes of the organiza-
tion are to promote desirable teaching conditions,
programs and practices in schools; to raise the stan-
dard of preparation and to encourage the continued , t
professional growth of teachers and leaders in this V V ,, m t, , Jerk A;
field; to inform the public The ACE sponsors the annual book falr.
0f the needs of children
and how the school pro-
gram must be adjusted to
Ht those needs; and to
bring into active coopera-
tion all groups concerned
With children in the school,
the home and the com- ' w '
munity. W 332? 3,;
The ACE. sponsored a 'VV H4 VVWL; e
Christmas Benefit Tea and I
a Book Fair during the
year. They have seen films,
heard speakers and have
had a field trip.
mif'mw mmm .
Rorw I---MI'S. Margaret Mueller, adviser; Sharon Baumgartner, president; Marita Hale, vice-president.
Row 2VNaom1 Koepp, treasurer; Jan Ziegelmann, secretary; Karen Anderson, publicity chairman.
Karen Anderson, practice teaching in the fifth grade at Roseman Elementary
School, assists a young student with an arithmetic problem.
WI? leademan $144911! jddocialion
The W. P. Roseman Chapter of the
Student NEA-WEA is a professional
organization for all students on campus
who intend to become teachers in any
curriculum. The purpose of SNEA-
WEA is to acquaint future teachers with
the professional organization with which
they will be associated when they begin
teaching. lVleetings are designed to stim-
ulate interest in teaching.
Programs for the year included panel
discussions and guest speakers. We have
begun an lntemational Relations Pro-
ject. Official activities will commence
with the 1963 Leadership Convention.
These activities will involve chapter-toe
chapter correspondence with foreign ecl-
Officers are Joyce Hopkins, president;
Richard Haney, vice president; Carole
Griffiths, secretary; Gale Towne, trea-
surer; Joy Justesen, historian; and Miss
Corinne Forster, faculty adviser.
Row I-Julie Timler, Kathy Worden, Janice Leschinsky, Carol Jean Mess, Sandy Enerson, Kathleen Stronn, Sara Conway. Rocw 2-Sue
Vogt, Betty Manson, Carol Probell, Naomi KoeppJ Carol Corpron, Mary Klug. Row 3ePatricia Stolarz, Judith Lynn McCarthy, Dale
Bartel, Fritz Jacobs, Helen Rennhak, Bruce Patrick, Roger Klug.
. . . Siimufated jnteredt in jeacAing
Row 1 Judy Knurr, Amy Erickson, Karen Kasa Kaitas, Barbara Hartel, Rita Ritger, Jan Mucha, Joanne Zwieg, Jane Hamilton.
Raw 2 -Kitty Simon, Judith Boltz, Lou Anne Becker, Helen Pertzborn, Louise Aplin, Marie Mares, Jan Reetz, Shannon Anderson.
Row 3 Barbara Paepke, Joy Justesen, Dorothy Jaeger, Donna Schaefer, Bea Terwall, Kitty Noll, Mary Stute. Rorw 4--Jer1'y McGowan,
John Hamann, Sharon Adamson, Carol Nelson, Margery Gill, Kathy Krans, Gloria Bartelt.
Richard Haney, vice president; Carole
Griffiths, secretary; Standing Gail Towne, treasurer; and Joy Justesen, historian.
V .iz W3?
Officers of Roseman Student Association are beatew Joyce Hopkins, president;
IOAL. geld Jamzcla
OHicers are tseatedl Jean Minayoshi, reporter; Rita Ritger, treasurer; Carol Nelson, sec-
retary; and lstandingl Mr. Leon P. Hermsen, faculty adviser; Wally Schoenfeld, president;
and Dick Moeller, vice-president.
Organized in 1930 by Mr. Paul Carlson sive business leadership. It also provides in-
as the Commercial Club, the business stu- formation for those students who, as future
dents' organization underwent a change of teachers, may be asked to sponsor high school
name in 1957 to Future Business Leaders of FBLA groups.
America. This year the organization adopted There are many activities that will be re-
the Greek name Phi Beta Lambda, which is membered from this years, work e guest
the college level name for FBLA. speakers, Held trips, the all-school carnival,
A club open to all business education and VVarhawk folder sales, after-game dance,
business administration majors, Phi Beta chapter project, and state and national con-
Lambda seeks to develop competent, aggres- vention time.
Rnrw I--Nancy Nishimoto, Jan Everson, Janet Fromm, Marilyn Wiegner, Sandy Enerson, Jill Mayhew, Karen Hansen, Carol Probell,
Marjory Humer, Midge Griswold, Lois Pollard. Row 2--Patrick Johnson, Sharon Adamson, Judy Schmidt, Mary VVisniewski, Charlene
Gutsmiedl, Sally Baker, Betty Steinberger, Darlene Pagel, Joy Justesen, Veronica Gilsdorf. Row 3eD0nna Klemens, Gerry Justin, Tom
Nelson, Thomas Kock, Richard Olsen, Joe Cronick, Paul Korth, Marloa Schuetz, Michele Mundt, Shannon Anderson, LaVerne Olson, Gerald
HO-Phi Beta Lambda
. . . W900 Mame for an OfJ Cqu
Rorw 1 I;eonard Rochwerger, Claudette Guma, Sandra Fluke, Terri IVIaier, Mary Goddard, Louise Aplin, Judy Johnson, Barbara Schmal,
Diane Hanson. Rorw 2-Lee Hembel, Amy Erickson, Sally Harmann, Janie Burhop, Ida Mehre, Janice Pribnow, Carol Strini, Judy Williams.
Rnrw 3 David Graf, Gary Berling, Roger Scherrer, Bill MCGraw, Fritz Jacobs, Robert Gundrum, Gene Findlay, Oscar Steele, Bob Helgemo.
Chairman Lee Hembel Second righQ goes over plans for the annual FBLA Carnival, held March 23. Committee mem-
bers are: Marlea Schuetz, Sharon Adamson, Fritz Jacobs, Lee Hembel, and Judy Schmidt.
Phi Beta Lambda-1 11
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hlembership in the Wits is open to all
students who seek enjoyment from literature
and the fine arts. The discussion begins when
the coffee is ready. The group, sometimes
large, sometimes small, always has an inter-
esting topic to discuss, for subject matter is
This year a talk by Mr. Edwin Haynes
was given concerning existentialism as seen
in Albert Camus' HThe Stranger," which the
group read. Also read this year was HNo EX-
itl' by jean-Paul Sartre.
A book sale and creative arts contest
were sponsored by the group. They also pub-
lished The Tower, an annual literary maga-
Kathy Worden, Dorothy M. Cambell, William Scobie, Mr. Edwin
Haynes, Wendy Ann Peterrnann, Jerry Ginsberg, Karen Beals, Mr.
John A. Heide, Curtis Kasper, James A. Sliebiel, Judith Patch, San-
dra VVittman, John Hill, Bob Zimmerman, Julie Timler. Not shown,
Winners in the Wits Creative Arts Contest were
ttop picturel Dorothy Campbell, translation; Jim
Shebiel, first place tie in poetry; Susan Pospeschil,
oils and paintings; Tony Cardiel, first place
awards in fiction and non-fiction, and hrst place
tie in poetry; Ruth Hafkemeyer, honorable men-
tion in oils and paintings; Heft picturel Bob
Schneider, oils and paintings; Judy Patch, editor
of the Tower, campus literary magazine, which
will reprint prize entries; Bruce Bentz and Janice
Redford, graphic arts awards.
Wmenb leecreation jddociation
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Number nine, you're over the line.
VVRA officers are Sally Kuecker, treasurer; Joyce Hopkins, vice president; Judy McCarthy, president; Cathy Kitto, secretary; and Linda
Sports enthusiasts comprise the membership
of the VVomenhs Recreation Association. Trophies
for championship basketball, volleyball, and soft-
ball are presented at the spring banquet when the
new officers are announced and installed.
Interest groups were organized for anyone
desiring to participate in and to learn more about
field hockey, badminton, and ping pong.
Last fall at the state convention in Eau Claire,
Whitewater was elected president college for the
Womenst Athletic Recreation Federation for
College Women. It will hold this position until
next fall when Whitewater will host the annual
Throughout the year the Club participated in a
number of sportsdays, playdays and clinics held
at other colleges. The club sponsored a state vol-
leyball sportsday and clinic NOV. 10.
One of WRAhs main activities of the year is
Stunt Night. Traveling trophies are presented to
the winning organizations.
Miss Martha van Steenderen has been the
clubts enthusiastic sponsor for this year, assisted
by Miss Margaret Roxby.
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Sally Kuecker, Joyce Hopkins, Judith Lynn McCarthy, Cathy Kitto, Linda Tolg. Rorw 2 MilIie Repky, Beverly XVashington, Judy
Boltz, Pat Stolarz, Mary Koenig. Rorw 3-Miss Roxby, adviser; Nancy Nichols, Marlea Schuetz, Ethel Wilton, Sherry jerome, Carol Strini,
Maria A. Steiner, Kathleen Radewan, Lynn Rae Liegel, Ida Mehre, Betty Manson, June Stowell, Miss van Steenderen, adviser.
R 01v I
Marie A. Steiner, Judith Lynn McCarthy,
attend the XVRA Christmas party.
1 14 WRA
Pat Holarz, Mrs. Mary Juaire, June Stowell, Betty Manson and Carol Strini
o n . promoted
A modern dance is
XVRA participated in the women's
Modern dance develops posture and grace.
VVRA was host to the
annual slate convention.
Campud uteranzs , oaague
Vet's Homecoming Heat.
1 lb-Campus Veteran
Jim Esser, secretary; Jim Nietz, treasurer; Mike Anderson, president; Chuck Clancy, vice-president; Dr. Hallie, adviser tNot shown, Dale
The Veteranls League on the VVSC cam-
pus represents students with a common ex-
perience H a tour of duty with the Armv,
Navy, Marines or Air Force. Membership
in the club is open to anyone who has served
at least 90 days of active duty in any of the
armed services or has received an honorable
discharge because of disability.
Working as a team, the Vetls Club is a
very active group. Competing against other
organizations, the Vetls Club basketball,
bowling and softball teams have always offer-
ed top competition. Again this year, the Club
sponsored the annual llCampus Confusionfl
a highly entertaining all-school boxing and
wrestling show. They also took an active part
in Homecoming Weekend.
As a Special service activity, the club aids
in student registration. They also have a Vet-
eransy Affairs Committee designed to keep
members up-to-date on all matters concerning
Socially, the Vetls Club sponsors the
annual Military Ball, an exclusive function
Which offers members of the club an oppor-
tunity to proudly squirm back into their once
trim-htting uniforms and enjoy a night of
dancing. They also hold an annual Christmas
party, a spring banquet. two smokers and a
. . . Spondord lCamlaLw Con udion
Rorw 1-Dan Bayers, Bob Madsen, Steve Sherry, Bob Hauser, Pat Walker, Lars Lein. Rorw 2 Clayt Sherwood, John J Fischer, Mike Devine,
Bob Morgan, Jerry Wetherall, Mike Samolinski. Row 3-George R. Healy, Bernie Pierce, Robert Wallace, David King, John Tschumper,
Gerald L. Glitzky. Row 4--Frank Gironimi, Roy Swisher, John Korrison, Bob Klitzkie, Robert Aicher, John Smarslik.
Rorw 1-Dave Walker, John Roso, Ron Moore, Bob Beers, Duane Busch. Raw 2 Bob Schultz, Bruce Bentz, Lee Todd, Jim Miles, Dave
Wake, Bob Rousseau. Rorw 3-Bob Haggerty, Dale Bartel, Jim Meadows, Bob Coon, Dave Holtan, Harley Reese. Row 4 Da1e Baker, Ed
Douglas, Greg Rouleau, Jim Johnson, Jim Cahill.
Campus Veteran-l 17
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Twistirf the ni ht awav.
My, but we're cool down South.
Tear my pants, will you?
Raw I-Mr. Pennington, Mary Lou Fisher, Marlon Klinner, Janlce K01p1tcke,Jean Gordon, Betty Zuehls, Ju Zimmerman Sue Coates, MISS
Ackermann. Row 2eRay Honl, Jim Greenlee, Bill DeMaster, Dick Hanke, John Nickelsen, Bill Marten, Bob Schneider, Wayne VVahlberg.
Bob Pavlik, Bob Hoffman, Gary Smith.
Inter-Dormitory Council is an organiza-
tion of residence hall counselors. The purpose
of I.D.C. is to further the spring training
program for newly-selected counselors who
will assume their new duties in the fall.
I.D.C. provides an opportunity for all coun-
selors to exchange experiences in open dis-
cussions and to learn more about the areas of
counseling from guest speakers, who are ex-
perts in their field.
Agendas for the meetings, which are
held the third Wednesday of every month,
also included films, panel discussions, and an
evaluation of the year's work. Dean Cora
Forbush, Dean Clayton Droullard, and the
head residents, Miss Helena Ackermann,
Mrs. Dorothy Hood, Mrs. Ora Jones, Mr.
Blaine Pennington, and Mr. Donald Rich-
ards work with the group and help to supply
a more complete understanding of the role of
Mrs. Jones, head resident of hlary MC-
Cutchan Hall is I.D.C."s adviser. Officers are
Sandra Sanderson, president; Robert Pavlik,
secretary; and Roger Brumm, program
Rorw x-Mrs. Jones, Jane Howland, Doreen Matara, Michaelene Seianas, Jan Ames, Pat Hare, Pat Miles, Sandy Sanderson, Marv Irving,
Mrs. Hood. Raw 2eMartha Eberle, Joan Miller, Dottie Potter, Karen Koenings, Julie Cartwright, Barbara Husting, Pat SoroskiJRoseann
Baldoun, Nancy Olson, Mr. Richards. Rorw 3-Lee Hembel, Jerry Teska, Jim Luzar, Vern Dahlstrom, Ralph Eckhardt, Roger Brumm, Dick
Geyman, Dick Cattanach, Ray Gilbertson.
Inter Dorm Council-1 19
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The dorm counselors, shown With Miss Helena Ackermann, the head resident, are tleft to right
Fisher, judy Zimmerman, Sue Coates, Betty Zuehls and tstandingi Marion Klinner.
Built in 1952, Lucy Baker Hall is as full
of life and laughter as it was eleven years ago.
One hundred and thirty girls contribute to
the life and government of L.BH.
Leading the dorm in its ruling proce-
dures are the dorms officers, LVIary Lou
Funk, president; Sally Best, Vice-president;
and Nlary Dulik, secretary- treasurer. Help-
ing to keep the dorm running smoothly are
six counselors, an associate counselor, and
four committee chairmen. iMost important to
this miniature government is the dorm head
resident, Miss Helena Ackermann.
Residents of the dorm have participated
in many events throughout the year. They
decorated for the Tri-Dorm Formal, when 21
Baker girl, iVIary Koening, reigned as queen.
The girls also participated in Homecoming
and Ice-O-Rama activities and held dances
and parties of their own.
Reflecting back upon the year, the girls
know that Lucy Baker Hall has lived up to
its name as their ithome away from home."
Baker otiicers are tseatedi Mary Dulik, secretary-treasurer; Mary Lou Funk, president; and Sally Best, vice-president, shown with com-
mittee chairmen, Gloria Gaworski, Marilyn Bellmann, Nancy Sickinger, Sue POSPCSChli and hathy Hartjcs.
i Jan Kolpitcke, Jean Gordon, Mary Lou
. . . :jvlome jway zd'om yome,
Uiottom A quick snack might spur studying.
Baker took second in Ice-O-Rama women"s events.
Six all, and my serve.
Mary Koening reigned at the TrLDorm Formal.
Mrs. Ora Jones, new head resident at McCutchan.
The 1963-63 year at Mary McCutchan Hall was a
successful one of scholarship, social activities and cultural
achievements. These activities were carried on under the
guidance of Mrs. Ora Jones, head resident, and the hall
officers, Nancy Borkenhagen, president; Helen Schaefer,
Vice president; and Nada Zurich, secretary-treasurer.
President and Mrs. Walker D. VVyman were honored
at a faculty tea and reception, an open house was held for
parents and friends of residents, and three informal Friday
night dances were held. hrICCutchan also participated in
the InterDorm Formal in February.
Widening our program of activities, a series of cultural
events was scheduled this year. Nlr. George Perry, associ-
ate professor of music at WSC, presented a musical pro-
gram, and Mrs. A. 1. VVinther reviewed Emily Post's book
The girls formed a Glee Club under the direction of
Barb Freas, and a Christmas program was presented for
the children at St. Colettas
Mrs. Jones also instructed those interested in the fun-
damentals of bridge.
Our college life was broadened by these special activi-
ties, planned to meet the interests of McCutchan residents.
122-Mary McCutcheon Hall
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Rehearsal time for the Glee
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Come to the
Post prints for posterity.
Columbus discovered America in . . . a boat?
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Mrs. Dorothy Hood, head resi-
dent at MCCutcllan, chats wrth
a counselor and her guest.
Nettie Sayles Hall, the newest womenls dormitory
at XV.S.C., opened its doors to 208 girls in September,
Under the leadership of Margery Gill, president;
Susie Graham, vice president; Nancy Nishimoto, sec-
retary; Sandra Quame, activities chairman, and Mrs.
Dorothy Hood; housemother, several activities have
Homecoming will be long remembered, for Sayles
placed first in the house decorations with, llWe've Nlet
the Enemy and They Are Ours."
The continental breakfasts are a Sunday morning
In mid-December, Sayles Hall had an open house.
The doors of each room and the hallways were gayly
decorated in the spirit of Christmas.
The Tri-Dorm Formal was another activity in
which Sayles participated. The Sayles girls provided
Kathy Sweeney was our candidate for lce-O-
Rama queen, and was elected one of the hve finalists.
In the women's competition events of lce-O-Rama,
first floor won third place honors.
While Sayles Hall is completing only its first year
of occupancy, many awards have already been written
in its history book, a book we hope enlarges each year.
124-Nettie Sayles Hall
New freshmen unmask at get-acqualnted party.
whoops, dropped a stitch.
Knit oneY purl two . . .
Tea-time for dorm ochers.
ijeI-t Sdfid4ul'y .jwlaff . . . Jargedl leadiolence .jJaff on Campud
Mr. Richards, head resident, confers with his Counselors.
A total of 230 residents called Albert
Salisbury Hall hhomeh during the 1962-63
school year. Salisbury, named after an early
president of Whitewater State College, is the
largest residence hall on campus and was the
second dormitory constructed at Whitewater,
opening in 1957.
The residents of A.S.H. carried on the
traditions of their predecessors, entering
twith vigow into Homecoming activities,
Ice-O-Rama, open house, and various other
academic, cultural, recreational, and social
The officers serving Salisbury Hall first
semester were Glen Siegel, president; Gary
Church, Vice-president; Tony Espey, secre-
tary; and Laverne TTFlipTT Olson, treasurer.
The second semester officers were A1 Rob-
erts, president; Bob Gilpatrick, Vice-presi-
dent; Keith Edwards, secretary; and Laverne
hFlip" Olson, treasurer.
Who ever said shaving was as easy as one. two, three?
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Where is that other sock?
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The dean of men counsels with
Quiet hours . . .
in solid comfort.
The 1962-63 school year was the first
year S. A. White Hall was in operation. The
new residence hall, which provides homes for
208 students, was named for Samuel Austin
White, the first Whitewater regent 0f the
The first year has been an active one. The
Hall Council adopted a constitution and a
crest for the hall, along with regulating the
Through the supervision of the hallis c0-
ordinates, White Hall functioned well. The
intramural co-ordinate entered four football
teams and six basketball teams in the intra
mural leagues. Also, S. A. White teams took
second place in the Ice-O-Rama contest.
The academic co-ordinate set up a schol-
arship for the freshman earning the highest
grade point each semester and issued numer-
ous papers to help students with their studies.
The cultural co-ordinate entered a play in the
one-act play contest, which placed third, and
arranged a number of interesting lectures.
The social co-ordinate planned several
dances and supervised the building of the
Homecoming float, while the communica-
tions co-ordinate was in charge of the hall
The elected wing representa-
tives 0n the Hall Councxl con-
,sx h .
The Judicial Board is a S
preme Court for d sciplinary
fAbovw . . . and not yet awake.
UQight abovd The academic cn-ordinate sponsored a faculty lecture
serie . '
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Rarw I-Mr. Griffiths, adviser, Stu Vorpagel, George Bliss, Bob Grzeszczak. Gerald Desing, Pete Theune. Rnrw zeBill Hullingsworth, jerl'y
Teska, Harry Xillson, Robert Peterson, jack Hoffmann, Dick Johnson, Dave Sorensun. wa 3aBill Kenyon, Cyril Haslow, Don Thom,
Jerry ZuHa, Nlarty Peeliles, David XVatzke, Tom Ehhers, Robert Lory.
The newly formed Esquire Fraternal Or-
ganization celebrated its first anniversary
Vlth a party on D'Iarch 14. The major accom-
plishment of the organization during its first
year was the establishment of the Dr. Robert
C. Williams Scholarship and Loan Fund.
The fund was set up in honor of the recently
retired president of the college. The Esquires
have established an annual dance to provide
for this fund.
Among the various activities in which
the organization has participated during the
year, its outstanding performances in FBLA
Carnival, one-act plays, and Iee-O-Rama
have helped the Esquires to gain status on the
campus. The organization has also held a pre-
Homecoming dinner at Kings Restaurant, a
Christmas party at the Holiday Inn and a
pledge dance at F 8: A Steak Ranch.
On the whole, we feel that the Esquire
Organization has come a long way in its ini-
tial year and that it will continue to grow and
be of increasing help and assistance to the . t
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Esquire oHicers are Robert Grzes7czak, vice president; Donald
Thom, corresponding secretary; Bill Hollingsworth, historian;
Bob Peterson, treasurer; Stuart Vorpagel. president; Tom Ebbers,
social chairman; Harry XVilson, parliamentarian; and Dave
XVatzke, Royal Purple reporter. Not shown, Pete Theune, record-
The alI-campus Halloween dance launched the Dr. Robert C.
Williams Scholarship Fund.
For those who
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Whitewater pastors of all denominations,
working side by side with faculty advisers, have
through the years, deemed it a privilege and a
challenge to work With and for students coming
to our campus. Parents and college authorities
experience much satisfaction in knowing that
students find the security of their home envi-
ronment by identifying themselves with the
church group of their choice. These groups or
clubs have grown not only in membership but
in activity and accomplishment.
In the earlier'years their program consisted
of breakfasts and What has come to be known as
ttcost suppers? Guest speakers were provided
and students selected their own committees to
work on these projects. A yearly picnic was cer-
tain to be scheduled and sometimes a dance.
While socialactivity still has its place, the
student today usually devotes at least two eve-
nings each month to a purely intellectual pro-
gram. Sometimes it is panel discussion, some-
times debate. For the most part, lecture series
hold a place of prominence. Some of these series
are of a religious nature, some psychological,
some reveal the meaning and genuine value of
peace-time citizenship, some deal with self-
dependenee and individual responsibility, some
are devoted entirely to character development,
some constitute a study of the foundation and
framework of Christian marriage.
In recent years, an ever-increasing number
of students seek to discuss their personal prob-
lems and their plans for the future. Consequent-
ly, pastors of the various denominational groups
spend many hours each day in individual stu-
dent conference. Of-
ten these conferences
provide . the very
phrase for which the
young man or woman
has been groping and
Which alone seems to
enable him to readily
understand his prob-
lem and properly eval-
uate his plans.
Rev. Thomas F. Berry
St. Patrickhs Church
ttBill, will you read the next verse please?
the buzz-group leader requests.
iiAll the ways of a man are clean in his own
eyes; but the Lord weigheth the spirit?
iiWhat are some evidences of the truth of
this verse? If this is true should it have any
effect on us? continues the leader.
The above is an example of a typical Thurs-
day night Bible Study at Inter-Varsity Chris-
tian Fellowship. Here many faithseLuther-
an, Methodist, Baptist, Episcopalian, Breth-
ren-iind agreement in doctrine and practical
living of it. Besides being inter-denomination-
al, Inter-Varsity is an international organiza-
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Row xeKathy Irvine, Marion Klinner, Anita Gilliland, Anne Livengood. Row 2eMiss Olive .Reeve, Dr. Janette Bohi, Pat Hare.
Row 3eBarbara Deal, Dawn VVeeden, Ricardo Bouche, Jim Meadows, XVally Partenheimer, Davxd Arbuthnot, Jane Meacham, Sue Scott.
tion which seeks to stimulate college-level
Spiritual Vitamins are offered through
prayer times, Bible studies, speakers, panels,
topical studies, and the sharing of experien-
Flipping pancakes and trips to Madison are
also on the calendar for the year. The pan-
cakes were prepared for the Missionary
Breakfast. Last fall the Rev. Jack Drake, who
works among the Navahos, spoke to the stu-
dents and faculty at that event. iiIVCFers7
also traveled to state spring and fall confer-
ences in Madison.
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Rurw IeCarol Kincaid, Althea Drew, Karen Kurth, Marlys Mandel, Botmie Herbert. Rarw 2-Mr. Heide, Mr. Hobbs, Judith Gehner, Peter
Theune, Miss Pape. Rorw 3-Kenneth Thoenes, Karen Tipple, David VVatzki, Gary Schrag, Richard Juhnke.
The membership of
Scrooby, the United Chris-
tian Campus Fellowship,
is drawn from five church-
es. They are the Congrega-
tional Church, the Evan-
gelical and Reformed
Church, the Disciples of
Christ Church, the Presby-
terian Church, and the
Evangelical United Breth-
Scrooby meets every
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at
the Congregational church.
After enjoying refresh-
ments the group partici-
pates in discussion on the
yearts theme, ttVarieties of
Christian Faith? In addi-
tion Scrooby had 21 Thanks-
giving dinner and a Hal-
loween party and partici-
pated in the activities of
the Inter-Church Council,
including Religious Em-
JutAera n Student .x4miocia lion
The Lutheran Student
Chapter, is one part of the
and movement which
strives to confront the cam-
pus with Jesus, the Christ,
and to provide a means by
which its members may
deepen and express their
Representatives of the
XVhMewater L.S.A. attend-
ed the fall L.S.A. Indian-
head Regional retreat at
Green Lake, where they
were confronted with some
progressive concepts of re-
ligion through the theme
of HThe Meaning of Christ
The local group meets
every second and fourth
Wednesday in Fellowship
Hall of First Lutheran
Church for social and seri-
ous discussions and activi-
ties. Major events this year
included the fall picnic at
Lutherdale Bible Camp, 21
special Thanksgiving Ser-
vice, the Christmas Bane
quet, and the Spring Ban-
quet honoring the senior
members. A new project, a
Lumberjack Supper, was
also sponsored by L.S.A.
The L.S.A. sponsor is
the Rev. James Oliver.
The groust faculty advis-
ers are Miss Marie Benson
and Rxlr. and Mrs. John
Officers for the year
were Jan Boyd, president;
Ronald Peterson, Vice-pre-
sident; Julie Timler, secre-
tary; and Tom Lother,
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Rorw I--Ute Ziebarth, Kathleen Paap, Janet Fromm, Suzanne Sturtz, Madeline MocheI, Ellie Gnatzig. Rorw 2 811ar0n Adamson, Julie
Timler, Janet Boyd, Rose Ranltke, Trudy VVeiland, Norma Gnatzig, me 3 Kerry XVanish, Ronald Peterson, Don Zinke, James Oldenburg,
Jerry McGowan, Anne Nereim.
Rorw I-Janet Boyd, president; Julie Timler, secretary; Mrs. John Rabe, sponsor. Rorw 2 The
Rev. James Oliver, Ron Peterson, vice president; Tom Lather, treasurer; Miss Benson, sponsor.
JutAeran Synodicaf Con erence Students
Lutheran Synodical Con-
ference Students is an or-
ganization for Lutheran
students Who are members
of a synodical conference
Lutheran Church. Its
prime purpose is to culti-
vate and increase Christian
wisdom in the Holy Scrip-
tures and to offer an oppor-
tunity to students for Chris-
tian fellowship and recrea-
tion. The Rev. David
A. Tetzlaff, pastor of
the Evangelical Lutheran
Church of St. John, is the
The meetings are held
on the second and fourth
Wednesdays of each month
and a variety of events have
been scheduled during the
year. The programs have
included discussions which
are of great spiritual bene-
tit to all, led by Pastor
Tetzlaff; a roller skating
party, guest speakers; cost
suppers; religious films
open to the public, Christ-
mas caroling at the homes
of members of St. Johns
Church; a barbecue at
which the men do all the
cooking; an annual picnic;
and a senior banquet at the
church on Baccalaureate
This year St. Johns pur-
chased the historic Dad-
mun house on Main Street
for use as a Church educa-
tion building and student
Raymond Gilbertson is
president and Mr. Hugo
Tscharnack is the faculty
Rarw 1- Carolyn Brulm, Marilyn Krueger, Karen Kruck, Judy Drager. Rorw 2-Elizabeth Stark, Diane Claussen, Bevefly Monthie, Lois
Schultz, Sonja Peterson. Raw 3-Roberta Sternig, Gary Decker, John VVoIfer, Alan Peterson. Rarw 4-Ray Tcnrick, Pastor Tetzlaff.
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Mercier Club members meet twice monthly
in the spacious hall of St. Patrick's Church.
The organization functions to supplement the
work of secular instruction with religious in-
struction and spiritual guidance.
The group is under the guidance of Father
james R. johnson with Dr. Carroll Flanagan
and hit. Leon Hermsen as faculty advisers.
Committee chairmen in charge of religion,
social events, and membership are appointed
each year to carry out the work of the organi-
zation under the guidance of the officers.
The activities of the Club were numerous
this year starting with the Living Rosary on
Oct. 14. On Dec. 19 the group went caroling
to different old peopleTs homes in the com-
On Feb. 22 the group had a Twist Party
for all college students.
A new thing on the agenda which turned out
very successful was a White Elephant sale.
A Day of Recollection was held in Novem-
ber. Breakfast was enjoyed by Mercier mem-
bers who Spent the entire day at the church in
OHicers for the year were John Hamann,
president; Joe Nuspl, Vice-President; Chare
president; Joe Nuspl, vice-president; Char-
Rorw I Char1ene Beyer, treasurer; Margie Gill, external
vice-presidnt. Row 2 -J0e Nuspl, internal vice-president;
John Hamann, president; Dr. Flanagan, adviser.
. . . Sociaf Events
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Rarw -Ann VVitkins, Marianna Catama, Sharon Hart, Sharon Wagner, Marlene Lehman, Lisa Farinha. me 2-Sue Dumproff, Mary
Winn, Mary Benedict, Kitty N011, Sue Matzner, Barbara Konieczka, John Feeney. Row 3 Mary Schicker, Dorothy Slaninka, Elizabeth
Leiter, Cathy Hubbard, Carole Prange, Mardie Hartshorn, James Bunzel, Bill Kwapil. Rorw 4-Roger Scherrer, Allan Roost, Charley Zeeh,
john Tait, Bill Gundrum, Peter Sheppard, Barry Remmel.
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R010 I-Karen Nettesheim, Cecilia Mazurklewxcz, Margaret Carroll, Mary Ann Tesser, Rita Ritger, Pat Zinda, Catherine McBride, Diane
Mottl. Rarw 2-Marie Mares, Judy Wornson, Yvonne Kalscheur, Kathy Eck, VViz Jackson, Carol Tesser, Sandy Achter, Ann Brooks,
R010 3-Arlene Scherrer, Veronica Gilsdorf, Bob Beers, Gerry Justin, Rosemary Zickerman, Pat Bonnar, Marita Hale, Mary Kent.
Rn-w + Phi1ip Stephenson, Jim Bindl, Chuck Nolan, Frank Kanduisch, Ron Anton, Jerry Chase, Pete Regan, Betty Steinberger.
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Candle after candle, the rosary came to life.
Father James R. Johnson, Nlercier sponsor.
rocked with a Bongo Beat.
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Rurw I--Marj01'v W'iedrich, Louise Cook, Sylvia Northey, Karen Larsen, Sharon Buhtow, Bill Scobie,vR11th-Anderson, Cathy Ling, Marion
Davidson. anvuzeRuss May, Carl Chandler, Don Gavey, Fred Ochs, Gary Koch, Frltz Jacobs, Ron leltzkxe.
Wesley Foundation is an
organization of the NICth-
odist Church open to all
students on campus. The
purposes of this group are
to help students develop
spiritually and socially.
Under the direction of
the Rev. Walter Wagener
and the assistance of the
sponsors, Miss Gladys Pe-
tersen and Mr. Charles
Brady, the group has grown
in both size and scope this
year. Meetings and special
events included, on Sunday
mornings, discussions and
Bible studV With the Rev.
Kenneth Engelman of the
First Methodist Church;
Sunday evening, cost sup-
per prepared by those tak-
ing part; Wednesday eve-
ning, regular meetings with
planned programs or rec-
reation, a worship service
and business meeting;
and Thursday at 10 a.m. in
the Student Union with a
discussion of previous and
Officers were Bill SCO-
bie, president: Fritz Ja-
cobs, vice-president; Shar-
on Buhrows, secretary; and
Ron Klitzkie, treasurer.
Coffee and talk for VVesleyons.
Weslefs Homecoming Float.
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Rorw I-Marjory VViedrich, Kathy Ling, Nancy Bade, Carolyn Rolfs, Ruth Anderson. Rorw 2-Sy1via Northey, Sharon Buhrow, Karen
Larsen, Mary Jean McLean. Row 3 Russ May, Nancy VVosilait, Carl Chandler, Georgette Mattson, Bill Scobie. Row 4 Gary Koch, the
Rev. Walter VVagener, Don Gavey, Fred Ochs.
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Any student of the Episcopalian, Orthodox,
Polish National Catholic, or the Old Catholic
Church tGermani faiths are welcome to be-
come members of this organization. Our acti-
vities for this year have included exchange
suppers and a meeting of the Student Dioce-
san Organization here at Whitewater. Anoth-
er event of importance was our being invited
to be with Scrooby for their Thanksgiving
Officers for the first semester were Harry
Wilson, president, Jan Janicsek, vice-presi-
dent, and Carolyn Johnson, secretary-treasur-
Row. I-Sally Cramer, Carolyn Johnson, Jean Gordon, Jan Janicsek, Julie Cartwright, Lynn Larweth. Row 2-The Rev. Robert W. Wise,
Dav1d Rohrbach, Harry Wllson, Ross Torsrud, Mr. Herdendorf, adviser.
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Members of the college Hfamily" who sing in the choir at
the Congregational Church are tfirst roxw Mrs. Donald
James, textbook librarian; Carol Zech, student; Mrs. Ora
Jones, head resident at Mary McCutchan Hall; John L. Glenn,
instructor in French; tsecond rowt Miss Patricia Muller, assis-
tant director of public relations; Mrs. Gene Lee, stenngrapher,
college office; Lm'eli LeMay, Janet Leet and David Zell, all
students. Mark A Ruesch jr. i3 director.
Helen Heitz is organist at First Methodist Church.
Students attend special early morning Lenten services at
First English Lutheran Church.
The Candlelight Serenade, a new tradition
of Alpha Sigma, was presented for all campus
dormitories, fraternities and sororities. A spe-
cial performance honored President and Mrs.
panAeffenic anal nter raternify Councigi
from each .
Panhellenic Council, which facilitates harmnninus relations among the five sororities, is compased of a junior and a senior representative
ororlty on campus. Members are Rorw I Jeanne Weller, Claire Dronek, Georgia Pelton, Nancy Rolstad. Rorw 2--Susan Hayward,
Eleanor Klimek, Sue Kuerschner. erw 3wShar0n Mildbrand, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Alyce Greene, faculty adviser, Rosemary Zicker-
man, president and Georgeann Heath.
Interfraternity Council is the student governing body of the social fraternities. Members are Row.-
Row 2 J0hn XVilloughb John Horn, Bob Melig. Row 3
150-Pan Hell and Inter Fra'r Councils
x-Tom Vuethrich, Dick Hanke
Arlan Anderson, Jm Pechauer, Ken Damschen, and Larry Beschta.
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The Alpha Gamma Delta sorority sup-
ports Children afflicted with cerebral palsy as
a work project. This year Christmas and note
cards were sold with the proceeds going to
the cerebral palsy fund. At Christmas time
the Alpha Gams purchased toys and cloth-
ing for a child who was a victim of this dis-
ease. A crafts show was held to help support
Alpha Gamma Delta had a successful
year in campus activities. Homecoming saw
the group take a first prize with their humor-
ous float. They also took part in stunt night,
Ice-O-Rama, and bake sales.
The girls were active soci-
ally as well with pledge par-
ties at Hackettls resort and a
Christmas party at the Holi-
day Inn. The Valentine party
at the F 8: A Steak Ranch
and fall and spring pledge
banquets were other somal
activities. A Mother-Father-
Daughter banquet was held
in spring along with a sorori-
ty picnic at Blue Spring
Lake. A luncheon honoring
the seniors and various ex-
change dinners were on the
Mary Roach was the sor-
orityls candidate for Home-
coming queen; she was also
elected to VVhols Who and a
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member of Pi Omega Pi. Nubby Verthein was
Hearts Queen candidate and Marge Ladwig
was candidate for Ice-O-Rama queen. Joy
Iustesen was on the Sigma Tau Gamma Rose
Court. Others elected to Whols Who were
Rita Ritger, Mary Ann Vehrs, and Rosemary
Alpha Gamma Delta is the only inter-
national social sorority on campus. The end
of this school year marked the 27th year that
the Alpha Gams have been a sorority. The
Beta Theta chapter house is located at 143
N. Fraternity Lane. Mr. and Mrs. John
Spaay have been the house parents of the girls
for two years.
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thing borrowed, something blueH was the
theme of this years Alpha Sigma Homecom-
ing house decorations. The judges rated the
Alpha Sigma house at 931 W. Main as the
number one display on the campus. Residing
at this house along with fourteen other A1-
phas is the capable housemother, M rs. Fardy.
Mrs. Greene is the Alpha Sigma adviser.
Alpha Sigma was very successful again
this year in activities on the campus. First
place was captured by the AlphaTs rendition
of TtChicago" in Stunt Night. An Alpha Sig-
ma first was started on the campus with their
Sorority Serenade along with an Alpha Sig-
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ma auction. The girls ice carving entry of
NAlpine LOVC,, won first place during Ice-O-
Rama Weekend. Alphas were well repre-
sented as queens in many events, and they
were proud to capture the titles of Mistletoe
Queen and last years Junior Prom Queen.
The girls held positions on the Student Coun-
cil, Sue Nelson served as junior class secre-
tary, Judy Sloan and Barb West were elected
to ttWhoTs VVhoT
The Alphas had a good time at their two
pledge dances, their Christmas Party, their
Mother-Daughter Banquet, and the annual
formal that was held in the spring.
At Christmas time, the girls once
again lent their support to a needy
W'hitewater family. This annual
Christmas project included giving
food, Clothes, toys, and a tree.
Through working together on this
project the girls, as well as the fam-
ily, benefited in many ways.
Alpha Sigma is also proud to
Claim the title of being a local sor-
ority, and also the oldest sorority on
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Activities are an important feature of
DZ life. This year their Homecoming float,
H'Hold That Line,H captured second place in
the serious division. Ruth Dittmer was chosen
Klumb Girl for 1962; and With the election
of Doreen Nlatara as Homecoming queen,
Delta Zeta was honored by having the third
Homecoming queen in three years.
Delta Zeta is active in student govern-
ment, too. Class officers included Karen
Flatt, junior Class treasurer, and Barb Hust-
ing, sophomore Class secretary. Sally Hahn
was elected secretary of the Student Council.
Eight Delta Zetas are presidents of organiza-
tions and the Delta Zetas hold more than
twenty-five offices in campus organizations.
Patti Muehl was elected to Whois Who,
and Sandy Enerson became a member of
Kappa Delta Pi and Pi Omega Pi. Peg Tus-
Chen was chosen as candidate for Sigma Tau
Gamma Rose Queen. Jan Pribnow was the
candidate for Ice-O-Rama Queen, and Sally
Hahn for Hearts Queen.
Special activities included the annual
iiFall Fantasyw dance, a Christmas party, the
iVIother-Father-Daughter Banquet, a formal
dinner dance, and a spring picnic honoring
Homecoming Queens - Doreen, ,62;
the twenty seniors.
Delta Zeta is deeply indebted to its chap-
ter director, hits. Neil Ferguson; faculty ad-
viser; Miss Martha van Steenderen; and
their housemother, M rs. Ada Wilcox.
Service projects included making Thanks-
giving favors for patients at the Shore View
Convalescent Home in Milwaukee and a
Christmas tree and party in honor of the
Epsilon Kappa of Delta Zeta, the largest
national sorority, is the largest DZ chapter
in Wisconsin, and has more members than any
sorority on the WSC campus.
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The Phi Lambda sorority was formed
January 17, 1961, When the former Cameo
social group completed its probationary perie
0d and received faculty approval to reorgan-
ize as a Greek organization. Mrs. Frank Pal-
nay became our new adviser this year.
The Phi Lambdas sponsored bake sales
and participated in the homecoming festivi-
ties. Georgia Pelton was a member of the
court. The Phi Lambdas also participated in
Stunt Night, Ice-O-Rama, and the Hearts
Dance, with Barb Toelle and Marie Bokea
meir respectively representing the Phi Lamb-
das as queen candidates. They also entered the
The Phi Lambdas were active socially
also. They held a pledge banquet at PegTs
Supper Club, a mother-father-daughter ban-
quet, and various other parties.
The sorority is looking forward to a big-
ger and better third year on campus.
tTop righo Back to the grind after a weekend at home.
tCentexO The Phi Lambdas hacked Barb for queen.
tBeloxH Yve got nine chapters to read before the exam.
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mais theme for social projects, which
included gifts and caroling for the
children at Southern Colony. A car
wash and the annual Heartis Dance
were sponsored by the sorority and the
proceeds were given to charity.
Social activities this year included a
Christmas dance, two pledge dances, a
formal dinner for the pledges, a moth-
er-father-daughter banquet, Founderis
Day Dinner, and a spring dinner
dance. Other parties, exchange sup-
pers and a box social were also held.
Tri Sigma entered into Homecoming
activities with house decorations and a
float. Judy Brown was the candidate
for Homecoming queen. The sorority
also took an active part in Tce-O-Rama
and Stunt Night. They captured first
place in the one-act play contest and
the Cavaliers Powder Puff Olympics.
Individual honors were taken by
Kathy Weink, senior class secretary,
Jan Stafford, senior class treasurer,
and Marilyn Meyer, soph-
omore class treasurer. Car-
01 Seidl reigned as Sigma
Tau Gamma Rose Queen.
Nlary Ann Deklark was
the Heartis Queen. Judy
Brown and Kathy Weink
were elected to HWhois
Officers of Sigma Sigma Sigma
Rorw I---XVayne Fricano, Ed S:aacke, Lee Merkel, Clayt Sherwood, Bob Engel. Rarw 2-Tom Adelman, Jim Gibson, Tom Cox, Paul Nord-
berg, Bob Dodson, Curt Kissinger. Ratw 3eRaymond Stoklosa, John Voorhees, Ed Krisch, John W. Korrison, Chuck Nolan, Mike Krueger,
The llPowder Puff Olympics" was intro-
duced to the Whitewater campus by the Ca-
valiers this year. This proved to be a very suc-
cessful event and is certain to become an an-
nual affair. The group was also active in
Homecoming festivities, winning first place
in menls division house decorations. The pro-
ject of selling Homecoming Booster Buttons
was also taken over by the Cavaliers.
Social activities included the fall and
spring pledge banquets, a Christmas party, a
winter and spring formal, and the ilStew-
binderH held with the Sigma Sigma Sigma
and Delta Zeta sororities and Phi Sigma Ep-
silon fraternity. There was a gambling party
and numerous exchange suppers and informal
mixers with the sororities on campus.
Along with being an active social frater-
nity, the Cavaliers exemplify their versatility
and Character by participating in various
church organizations, dramaties, music, ath-
letics, and student government.
In this, its third year on the WSC cam-
pus, the Cavalier home was at 177 Fra-
ternity Lane. lVIrs. Van Wie was the house-
mother, and Mr. George Perry served as fa-
culty sponsor. The Cavaliers number 86 men
- the largest fraternity on campus.
It is the constant aim of the Cavaliers to
be an active, helpful, loyal, and respected fra-
ternity, one that stands high among all fra-
ternities, the college faculty and administras
tion, and with the students at WSC.
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For the second consecutive year, Chi
Delta Rho, local social fraternity, has resided
at 181 Fraternity Lane. Mrs. Myrtle Zuehl-
ke, known as TiMaii to the 60 Chi Delts, is the
The fraternityvs ideals, scholarship, fel-
lowship and leadership, were carried forth
according to tradition. Scholarship was em-
phasized when the Chi Delts received the In-
terfraternity Council scholarship trophy for
the sixth consecutive year.
Fellowship was exemplihed by functions
like the Turkey Twist, Homecoming ban-
quet, Christmas party, spring formal, pledge
banquet, family picnic, exchange and beer
suppers, and parties.
Participation in intramural sports plays
an important part in fraternity life. The Chi
Delts had a football team, four basketball
teams, and took the baseball championship
for the second consecutive year.
Leadership is highlighted by the list of
activities in which fraternity men partici-
pated. These include the position on Student
Council held by Jim Greenlee, and Class offi-
ces held by Dick Schafer, senior class presi-
dent; Wally Schoenfeld, senior Class Vice pre-
sident; Ron Bronson, junior class vice presi-
dent, and Larry Gundrum, sophomore Class
Vice president. Wally Schoenfeld and Dick
Moeller were the top officers in Phi Beta
The Chi Delts boast the only recognized
fraternity choir in the state as well as Neo
Trio, a folk singing group composed of Bill
Sutter, Bill Pfisterer and Terry Harris.
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me IeLarry Grace, Keith Edwards, John Jones, Carl Huth, Dan Alvarez, Robert R. Bello, Vincent Tung, Jim Alf. Raw 2-Rona1d Van-
dervort, Kerry Nelson, George Byrne, Tom Sipolt, Jim Easterday, John Rndee, Brian Schmidt. Raw 3-John Thomas, Patrick Glynn, Mike
McGuire, Bob Rondou, Tom Schwoegler, Robert Thostenson, Richard Stoltz, Jim Miles. Row 4wJames N. Dollhausen, Thomas Morgan,
William Sternberg7 Rod Sonnenburg, Don Jacobson, Tom Kester, Stan Dobrorolskis, Dick XViIsnn, Doug Krueger.
We of Phi Chi Epsilon would like to
dedicate these pages in the Minneiska to the
memory of our recently departed brother,
Robert Bailey, who held fraternity positions
as pledgemaster and house president. He was
widely known on campus and was an enthu-
siastic booster of fraternal life here at VV.S.C.
The fraternity deeply regrets his untimely
During the past year Phi Chi boasted the
general chairman, entertainment Chairman,
and publicity chairman for Ice-O-Rama.
The social season was capped by a for-
mal at Liggetth Resort. Our outstanding
theme party was the TTDog Patch Junction
Function," held in Davis barn on a nearby
farm. The girls were tramported by a hay-
wagon to an old fashioned hbarn dance."
Phi Chi Epsilon is proud of its two
pledge classes, largest on campus this year.
We look forward to next fall with a new en-
Phi Chi Epsilon-173
TERRY KRANZ MIKE ALDRICH JACK MARKS TOM STOUT PAUL BATHKE
BOB MELIG. ANDY ANDERSON,
PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT
LARRY RILEY KEN DAVIS MIKE LAMENDOLA
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John Riddle, John Manyo, Jorgen Olsen, Jim Becker, Peter Hamilton. Row 3--Don Sippel, Denis Davidson, Tom VViskow, Harry Ramthun,
Steve Olsen, Jerry Cook, Rick Warren. Rotw 4.--VVes Nosek, Norh Svatos, Chuck Kerkman, Dale Lewison, John Laatsch, Richard Schmeling,
Bill Hebert, Bob Hammond.
Phi Sigma Epsilon spent a successful year
in campus activities. Their entry in the Home-
coming Hoat won first place with the slogan,
ttIt Adds up to Victory37 It was also judged
the most original Hoat. The fraternity was also
active in intramural sports, entering teams in
the football and basketball leagues.
The men of Phi Sigma Epsilon were
active socially as well with a spring formal,
Christmas formal, two pledge dances, and
many fraternity parties. Charlene Beyer was
presented with the Pearl Girl Award last
spring, while Jan Reetz reignd as Mistletoe
Queen at the Christmas formal. Their origi-
178-Phi Sigma Epsilon
nal themes for parties are well-known. This
year they had a hobo party and a roaring
twenties party, to mention just a few.
The fraternity was well represented in
student government with Phi Sigs filling six
of the nine upperclassman positions on the
Student Council. Bill DeMaster was elected
president of the sophomore Class.
Mrs. Dorothy Fash is house mother at
173 Fraternity Lane, headquarters for Phi
Sigma Epsilon 0n the Whitewater campus.
Mr. Reuben Klumb is faculty sponsor for
the national social fraternity.
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Rnrw I-P. C. Milligan, Ralph L. Henke, Bob Gilpatrick, Dave Chase.
Row 2--Richard Hess, Jerry Schmidt, Ed joseph, Mickey Gibbs,
Jim Haas. wa 3-Bernie Spaeth, Chet Mehring, John Paschke, Rodney Marx, Thomas Cox.
Sigma Tau Gamma, established in 1928',
was the hrst national fraternity 0n the
Whitewater campus. A Sig Tau alumnus,
Mr. John Cummings 0f the biology depart-
ment, is the new faculty sponsor.
In activities on the campus, the Taus
repeated as Intramural football Champs for
the third consecutive year. They also hope to
repeat this year as Intramural track champs,
and to win again the All Men Events Trophy
in lce-O-Rama. Three Sig Taus who were
named to the All Conference football team
this past season are Larry Davis, Don Sydow,
and Pete Madden. Two Taus, Don Sydow and
Frank Parish, were picked as co-captains of
next years football squad.
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Sigma Tau was awarded the Citation for
having an academic average above that of all
men in the college. This year the Tau presi-
dent, Larry Beschta, was also honored person-
ally by being elected to NWhols Whofl 7
The big social event of the year was the
Rose Dance which was held at Liggettsl Palm
Room. Carol Seidl was chosen as Rose Queen
for the event. Other social events consisted of
two pledge dances, a father-son banquet, a
Spring formal and numerous informal gath-
The Sig Taus were represented on the
Homecoming court by Pete Madden and
Candidates for Rose Queen were Mitzi Daun, Joy
Justesen, Barb Kub, Peggy Tuschen, and Queen
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The future growth of our physical educa- '
tion and health curriculum, intramural and inf
tercollegiate athletic programs" wiliebe greatly'
broadened when Whitewater receives its new
Health and Physical Education building.
The tremendous growth in enrollment is
limiting the programs in physical education
and athletics, and the present facilities, con-
structed int1915, cannot adequately take care of
the demands placed upon them.
V The proposed structure is being planned to
include t1e Health Center, men and womenk
physical education, and intercollegiate athlea
tics. The expansion of all phases of our pro-
gram will include a physical education major,
year around intramural programs for both men
and women, recreation programs for the facul-
ty, and the addition of swimming and gymnasv
tics t0 the intercollegiate program.
The lack of seating capacity in HamiltOn
Gymnasium for Winter sports has been critical
the past two years. A seating capacity of 750 has
limited the number of students attending inter-
collegiate cOntests. The new structure will ac-
commpdate 3000 to 4000 students. -
When the new build-
ing becomes a reality,
Whitewater State Col-
lege Will have facili-
ties and an overall
program of physical
education and inter-
collegiate athletics on
an equal or higher
level than our' sister
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Edgar Schwager, Chairman
Physical Education Department
Officers of the HWH Club are Rex Foster, adviser; Jerry Golembiewski, president; Mike Farina, secretary; and Bill Barribeau, treasurer.
iNot pictured, Paul Joseph, vice presidentl.
The W-Club consists of members who refreshments. The money from these projects
have earned their letters in the major sports is used to grant loans and aid in the purchase
at Whitewater. The main purpose of the club of jackets for those lettermen of junior stand-
is one of service. At all of the athletic events ing.
you will see members selling programs and The annual Dadls Day at a home football
me IeTom Cox, Bud Aspatore, Bob Rondou, Dick Schmeling, John Martinek, Floyd Weeks, Don Sydow. Rorw 2eBill Kruse, Dick Poep-
pel, John Horn, Anthony Espey, Jim Spataro, Joe Stefl'en, Gene Sheldon.
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Rim: IeEileen DeRose, Mitzie Daun, ivian Dunning, Kathy Sweeney, Kathy Fiedler. Row 2eRoseann Baldoun, JoAnn Baumgarmer,
Paula Husty, Karen Olson, Carol Seidl.
game, the sponsoring of the football raffle at cession stand and the beginning of What is
Homecoming time and an excursion to a hoped will be an annual event, the sponsoring
Brave's game in the spring are looked-for- of a contest to select a queen to reign over the
ward-to events by the members. Whitewater Invitational track meet held eV-
The past year saw the purchase of a con- cry spring.
Row 1-Russ Ruland, Pete Madden, Jerry SpiegelhoE, Jim Raffini, Tom Heber, Rop Anton, Pat .Pierotti, Jerry Schmidt. Rorw 2-Tom
VVuethrich, Mark Patten, Travis Middlestead, Bill Marten, Harry Fisher, Ron Deples, Marv Paxtnck.
Tom Cox is shown loosening up for another rugged tennis
ready for his next wrestling match.
Butch Espey gets
Ron Novak and Floyd XVeeks get ready for another of
VVhitewatexis track meets.
Ron Anton, Jerry Golembiewski, and Tom VVuethrich are shown in
the locker room after another baseball victory.
A new idea initiated this year by VV-club was its mascot, Willie
Warhawk. He rode around the field after each VVarhawk touchdown.
JoAnn Baungarmer, VV-ette, gets a free ride from foot-
ball player Mike Guolee
Coach Forrest Perkins 0f the cham-
plon Warhawk team.
Rorw 1 Pete Madden, Ron Bronson, Tony Zensy Harold Fisher, Jerry Golombiewski, Frank
Parish, Terry Bahr, Larry Gocker, Larry Davis, Jim RaHini, Hank VVolosz, Paul Joseph, Dan
SteEen, Don Sydow, Dave Nordentoft. Ro-w 2-B0b Rondou, Pat Pierotti, Bill Krusc, Tom
Heber, Ron Anton, Russ Ruland, Tom Zagrodnik, Mike Guolee, Dick Schmeling, Roger Parish,
Avitus Ripp, Bob Hauser, Ron Depies, Don Thompson, Tom Morgan. Row 3 Manager Dave
1962 FOOTBA LL SCOREBOARD
Sept. 15 No. Illinois Whitewater MD
Sept. 22 Whitewater ; Eau Claire 7
Sept. 29 Whitewater Platteville 03
Oct. 6 Whitewater Stout 04H
Oct. 13$; Whitewater Oshkosh MD
Oct. 20 Whitewater UW-M 6
Oct. 27 Whitewater Stevens Point 0-0
Nov. 3 La Crosse QM Whitewater am
Nov. 10 St. Norbert 64H Whitewater UM
. . . Conzerence CZamlaiond
Koch, Chester Schmear, Dave Lawlor, Tom Leahy, Eric Larsen, John Martinek, Tom Hotter, Dick Poeppel, Dave Rhodes, Jim Ganoung,
Marlin Bavery, Dick Bolender, Tom Dimond, Tom Andrews, John Karsten, John DeLorme. Row 4-Manager Tom Johnson, Jim Lunde, Leo
Kieliszewski, jim Miles, Ed Joseph, Jerry Schmidt, Paul Underwood, Vilnis Ezerins, Jon Litscher, Robert Frish, Bengy Altheimer, Doug
VVelke, Richard Femholz, Curt Lingsweiler, Wesley White. Row 5-Manager Bill Barribeau, Frosh Coaches Marv Paitrick and Dave
Poisl, Line Coach Ed Schwager, Head Coach Forrest Perkins, Defensive Coach John Rabe, Backfield Coach Rex Foster.
Whitewater State Colleges 1962 foot-
ball team won its third undiSputed Wisconsin
State Conference Championship title in four
years. The VVarhawks, under Coach Forrest
Perkins, finished the season with a 6-1 con-
ference record and a 6-3 overall record. After
an opening loss to Northern Illinois Univer-
sity, rated the third best small college in the
nation, the Warhawks began to roll.
Six straight conference games later, they
claimed the conference title with a second
half victory over Stevens Point, 20-14. The
following two weekends were anticlimatic as
Whitewater lost to La Crosse and St. Nor-
bert. Co-Captains Larry Gocker and Larry
Davis were injured in the La Crosse game
and unable to play the last two games.
At the conclusion of the season, Larry
Davis, star tackle on both offense and defense,
signed with the L05 Angeles Rams.
Footba I 1- 1 91
The boys give Coach Perkins a ride of? the field after clinching the XVSC football tltle.
Gocker Charges through the line for another first down.
Coach Perkins sends Co-Captain
Larry Davis back into the game.
Footballys not all ups ilAcrc are a
lot of DOXVNS involved.
Pete Madden tackles another opponent for a big loss as Jerry Golembiewski comes up to help stop the play.
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Members of the Hawkettes are Kitty Simon, Jane Johnson, Pam Legreid, Nancy Stoltmann, Jan Hingiss, Sandie Jensen, Mary Dulik,
Nancy Odinius, Jan Janicsek, Barb Smith, Mary DeCoster, Jo Kapoun, Jan Zieglemann, Sue Coates, JoEllen Stenulson, Sally Hahn, Vivian
Dunning, Cecelia Mazurkiewicz, Bea Terwall, Trudy XVeiland, Barb Stuhe, Marilyn Balog, and Dec Martiniak.
The Hawkettes are
Whitewater States 23 C0-
eds Who perform in com-
bination With the marching
band during halftime cere-
monies at football games.
About 7 hours practice a
week is required for each
game in drill routines and
The girls are chosen af-
ter a two-week preliminary
practice period during The Elamggstedamlnsmte
which time signals and .
marching tactics are learn-
ed. They are selected on a
rating basis by Miss Rox-
by, the Hawkettes adviser,
and Mr. Evans, the band
director. The height of the
girls is kept at SYW to 59W
This year the Hawkettes,
along With the band, per-
formed at a Green Bay
Packer game in Septem-
ber. For this event they
wore their new uniforms
for the first time.
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The Cheerleaders are: Barb Medower, Diana Henry, Pat Quillen, Pat Bergwint and Cheryl Gemoll.
1n the fall of 1962 something new was added to
the cheerleading squad A boys! This is the first year
after a long absence that boys were again added to the
Whitewater cheerleading squad.
The Cheerleaders are Chosen annually in the fall
of the year, and practices are held at least one night a
week for about two hours.
In addition to cheering at home games the squad
also cheered at away games such as Green Bay and
Besides cheering at athletic events, the cheerlead-
ers do much behind the scenes - such as selecting the
Klumb Girl at Homecoming time.
The Cheerleading stunt men
are: Harry Ramthun, Rick
Warren, Bob Hay, Keith
Edwards, and Andy Nino-
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Rorw I-Jim Alf, Dan Bambrough, Jim Gibbons, Wayne Stapleford, Ed Staaeke. Row 2eDennis Feggestad, Dave Salverson, Keith Edwards,
Dick Janisch, Tony Espey, Dick Stoltz, Mohammed Rezaian, Manager Bill qulmgsworth. Rorw 3-CoachIJohn Rabe, Wayne Wilde, Lou
Piorkowski, Denver Young, Terry Kranz, Jerry Zeiger, Dick Wilson, Jim Currie, Tom Simma, Bob Pehamch, Manager Mlke Krueger.
This was VVhitewateHs second
season at wrestling but the boys
wrestled like four year veterans, as
Whitewater Hnished its season with
an 11-0 dual meet record. The high-
light of the year came When they
finished third in the State Collegiate
Individual stars for this years
team were Dick Stoltz with a 12-3
record and most tournament points,
and Jim Gibbons with most pins for
the season and most dual meet
points. Next year promises to be an
even better year as all lettermen will
be returning to bolster the team.
This years letter Winners were:
Jim Gibbons, Dave Salverson, Dick
Wilson, Jim Alf, Keith Edwards,
Dick Stoltz, Tony ESpey, Jerry Zei-
ger, Herb Curran, Bob Pawlak, Ed
Staacke, Terry Kranz, Wayne Sta-
pleford, and Dick Janisch.
Another Whitewater wrestler grapples for position.
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Row IaDale Holzhuter, Joe Steffen, Dave Rhodes, Jim Gorski. Row 2-Coach Robert VVeigandt,
Win Parkinson, Chet Mehring, Dave
Hahn. Row 3aG1enn Siegel, Paul Joseph, Tom Cox, Jim Paulson. me +eBill Marten, Chuck Nolan, Herb Ahleman, Bob Budgins.
itlnconsistencyy This is the term Coach
Weigandt used to describe the Warhawksi
mediocre basketball season.
The team's inability to win two consec-
utive games was an indication of this incon-
sistency, as the season continued through a
one game on, one game off pattern.
Although Whitewatefs overall season
record was not glorious, it was able to upset
two teams which at the time ranked as No. 1
Top-ranked Carroll College lost its un-
defeated record in Hamilton gym Jan. 29,
when it bowed to the Warhawks, 63-57. Ste-
vens Point, also undefeated, fell to a second
place position after it was downed by WSC
Bob Budgins, sophomore center, led the
team in a majority of categories. He scored
a 13.5 point average per game, and his 365
per cent shooting average and 224 rebounds
led the team.
Joe Steffen accumulated 268 points, one
fewer than Budgins, and headed the team in
assists, 64, and free throws, 56.
Jim Paulson driving toward
joe Steffen lays-up two more
Big Bob Budgins hits two
from the side.
HXboth Paul Joseph puts two more in for the XVarhawks.
xLefO Dale Holzhuter going in for another basket.
Coach XVeigandt sends boys out on the floor.
Junior Uardity . . . prepared Kor vanity
Northern Illinois 66
Business School 90
66The Kings,7 72
Business School 65
66Phi Sig? 53
66Sig Tau? 62
Blue Bunnies 62
Doug Neumann fires up another shot.
From left to right-Manager Dave Dwinell, George Olson, Ken Jensen, Bill Richie, Don Dunaway, Doug Neumann, Willie Laesch, Ken
Luedtke, Dave Doyle, Manager Rick Leiknes, and Coach Don Richards.
. . . Capturm jourtd pface
Whitewater has had a cross country team for a
mere four years. Yet, this year1s VVarhawk team was
able to capture a fourth place position in the WSC
Platteville 19 WSC 45
Rockford 35 WSC 21
Oshkosh 29 WSC 27
Lakeland 50 WSC 15
Elmhurst 41 WSC 20
Carroll 22 WSC 35
15;: Coach Foster is
1,; J: shown timing his run-
1:? 11ers as they finish.
Pacing is alI-impor-
tant in cross country.
x war $59K $R'1' $ , V $1. 56593
Coach Rex Foster, Dave Galloway, Terry Esrael, Dennis Ve.ter, Mike Scott, Mike Trudeau.
202-Cross Country 1
gaff anal lnnid . . . Swing Out
Tom Cox and Bud Aspatore check
their racquets before another tennis
Jim Lovelace tries out his driver be-
fore the season gets underway.
Golf and Tennis-203
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Sixty-two men reported for baseball on March 11,
in hopes of being among the 22 men to fill the uni-
forms to be issued for this yeark team. Eleven veterans
hold an edge, however, having played for Coach Per-
kins last year. Returning players are Ron Anton, Tra-
vis Middlestcad, Tom VVuethrich7 Jerry Golembiew-
ski, Nlike Irwin, A1 VVoelfel, Stan VVaga, Gary Klotz,
Tom Kettwig, Ed Sabey, and Gary Bender.
Coach Perkins stated that this would be one of
VVhitewatefs best years if he can solve his pitching,
first and third base problems.
John Horn and Coach Per-
kins discuss strategy.
Much exercise is needed to
get into shape for another
Pitchers Ed Sabey and Gary
Bender are shown loosening
up to catchers Mike Irwin
and Ron Anton.
jracl: . . . prepared zor gold? Seaman
K. " .' .7 , V 9' . ' z N ..
Row I J0hn Sullivan, Herb Kulow, Terry Sheldon, Jack Dresdow, Ron Novak. Row 2-B111 Hallett,
Marvin Krull, Dave Schultz, Ed Joseph, Coach Rex Foster. Raw 3 Dennis Vetter, Ben Altheimer, Kirby
Nicol, Jerry Wolf, Floyd XVeeks.
March 9 Journal Games April 27 Platteville
March 18 Beloit May 1 UVV-M
March 23 Madison College May 7 Carroll
March 27 Beloit May 11 Oshkosh
March 30 UW-M May 14 Invitational, Home
April 17 Milton May 18 Conference, Home
April 20 La Crosse
April 23 Quadrangular
1. Rockford 2. Milton
3. Lakeland 4. Whitewater
,: V n v '- V V I. . . .. w
Rorw I John Freidenfeld, Jim Becker, Kenton Bennett, Ted Haasch, Jim Knurr, Dave Cook, Jim Ganoung, Bill Kwapil. Rorw 2 Barry
Jensen, Louis Busse, Roger Jenrich, Jim Hill, Larry Kahl, Keith Toomey, Carl Huth, Gaarder Paynter. Row 3-Bill Hollingsworth, Dave
Callaway, Tom Dimond, Wes White, Vern Dahlstrom, John Vesbach, Dick Nottestad, Roger Grantham.
jnframurags . . . 6xlaanc! program
The ball is in the air and another intramural game is started.
The intramural program took in more teams this
year in an effort to better serve the students. The foot-
ball season opened with 26 teams and proved to be ex-
citing as well as rugged. The eventual winner of the
title was Frat Annex, a private residence hall.
Basketball was increased to include forty-four
teams in four leagues this year, an increase of eight
teams and one league over last year. This year the
tournament action held at the end of the season, was
witnessed by crowds of over 200 students. The Kings
won the tournament title after finishing third place in
the uN0 Name League" league. The league titlists
were Counselors, Dons, Cavaliers, and U. P. DPS.
Each spring the softball league opens and each
year more and more teams enter the competition. This
year was no exception, for 22 teams were entered.
Something new was added to the intramural pro-
gram this year, when for the first time, volleyball and
badminton were included. These sports were receiv-
ed very well and are expected to grow in popularity
in future years.
Intramural league basketball playoifs
ne of the more popular Intramural sports 15 football.
VWenQ gowfing . . . axloerienced jctiue Competilion
Bowling League oHicers are: Bob Knudsen, vice-president; Tom Eichman, president; and Tom
The Profs: Tom Golden, Mr. Buchert, Mr. Cogswell, Mr. Daggett
K34: ?AMs my my!
Chi Delts: Bob Knudsen, Tom Hinz, Ted Haasch, Jim Pechauer, Wally Schoenfeld.
Deltans: Rorw 1 Denny Keller, Marty Dunbar.
Raw 2 Pat McKeever, Tom Zoellner, Dean
Hawk Dorm No. 1: Tom Eich-
man, Phil Kucher, Bill Gilson,
Lloyd Anderson, Joe VVm'achek.
Vets Club No. 2: Dale Baker, jim
Goetz, Robert Cleminson, Bernard
Pierce, Jim Esser.
Vets Club No. x: Row I Chuck Clancy
Ron Peterson. Rafw 2-Jim Hess, John R050
Hawk Dorm N0. 2: Rorw I-VVilliam
Reeves, Lloyd Carlson, Randy Braasch.
R010 2-Phi1 Kramer, Larry Makal, Don
One Plus Fours: Rorw I B0b Thomas,
Marsh XVhite. Rorw 2 -30b Bender, Bill
Kroening. Row 3 -Travis Middlestead.
m Earring kynumudu
m BuxuanunI-Ta MW Wu
In addltzon; aItentlon as glven to making
5 GRAMM sTREQMM-W our carripus more beautnfmi nyffacets oI this?
"WIIW? I I Iplan femam to be fulfilled nWIIErfone spe-
4 cific item has develofied then exItEht where
1118 state architedt, based 0an personal observau'
wtion, named our campus Ithc mast Sophisticated
Wcampus m the state College system? I
MA! N STRKBT
4 Charles I E; ,Morph'ew, Chairman
G IRANGL $"rrubv pL-AN
51M STAT a, COLLEGE.
silanwcoming I 962
.ggger anc! getter 31011 aver
Rorw 1--John L1nk,Kay Victor, Jan Boyd Pat Peterson, Lil Pet erson, Bob VandenHeuv el. Ro-w 2ESue Kuerschner M1ke Miicha, Carol PhE1ps
Ruth Dittmer, Dick Hanke Judy Sloan.
Homecoming 1962 -11Bigger and better
than everf7 With this phrase in mind the
Homecoming Committee began the task of
planning the festivities for the weekend of
October 12 and 13. And everyone at WSC.
agrees that their efforts were not in vain.
The weekend1s activities began on Friday
evening at the Pep Rally. Gene Sheldonis wit-
ty comments as master of ceremonies kept the
show moving It featured ten entertaining
skits put on by various social organizations a
hlm of last year s homecoming highlights and
a lively pep rally by the cheerleaders. The tra-
ditional bonfire lit up the sky that night.
Saturday 5 festivities began with an unfor-
gettable fifty- unit parade featuring Hoats
bands, and clowns Following the parade the
alumni were entertained at a luncheon.
Row I;Jim Miller, Don Lipske, Ron Jacobson, Sam Sullivan.
Fisher, Brenda Cowell, Margery Gi11,Liz Jackson, Dawn Schenk. Row 3eRita Ritger, Gene Sheldon, Keith
Collins, Bob Schultz, Larry Gundrum, Bill Hamilton, Cyril Haselow, Tony Espey, Marty Dunbar, Fred Cellitti,
Dave Sorenson, Pat Regan.
Queen Doreen Matara, King Ron Anton,
and the queens court were introduced at the
pre-game ceremonies. Our Warhawks then
invaded the football held and added to the
festivities by trouncing the Oshkosh Titans 35
to 0. VVhitewater's band put on an outstanding
performance during half-time featuring a
playing and dancing number entitled uSteam
Heat.w The Hawkettes added to the half-time
show by performing a precision drill.
The weekend was Climaxed by the dance
Saturday evening,r entitled11The Sound of Mu-
sic." It featured Skitch Henderson, of tele-
vision fame, and his orchestra. Added enter-
tainment was provided by the 11Crosshres11 in
the game room which was converted into a
Raw 2aLinlda Enloe,Caro1l Corpron, Carolyn
The hve-minute sklts presented at the Fri-
day evening Pep Rally entertained the capa-
city crowd in the auditorium. Pictured above
are scenes from the following skits: Phi Sig-
ma Epsilon, hThe Hamilton Field Story?
Alpha Sigma, WFhe Telephone Hour;H Cava-
liers. hThe Brothers Five;w Sigma Sigma Sig-
ma, hSing Along at the Muddlez" and the
Vetts Club, hPost-Game Victory?
Roy Endres served as Chairman of Home
coming 1962, and deserves much of the credi
for its success. He is shown above congratu
lating the 1963 Homecoming Chairman
The Climax of the Pep Rally was the re
vealing of two Closely guarded secrets, th
identity of the UKlumb Girl" and H311'. Ug
1y.H Mr. Klumb, homecoming advisor.1'
shown presenting roses to the uKlumb Girlf
Ruth Dittmer. Avitis Ripp was named HMr
Ugly" and is pictured receiving his trophJ
from Lanny hchhee.
The traditional bonhre is shown blazing a
the left. Its lighting followed the Pep Rally
The Cheerleaders led cheers at the bonfire.
QM? E THEM;
This yearis homecoming floats and house
decoration were hbigger and better than
every Hours of planning and work were put
into the displays of the various Greek organi-
zations, social groups, and dormitories After
careful consideration the judges announced
the four first place Winners:F10ats serious di-
vision Q Phi Sigma Epsilon, iilt Adds Up
to Victory;n Float, humorous division Q A1-
pha Gamma Delta, iiThe Scent Of Victory;H
House Decorations, womenis division - A1-
pha Sigma, iiSomething Old, Something
New, Something Borrowed, Something
Blue? and House Decorations, menis divi-
sion - Cavaliers, HWe Have Not Yet Begun
The real purpose of Homecoming is to welcome all
the alumni back to their Alma Mater. A group of
alumni is shown at the luncheon in the Union. This
luncheon, together with the Alumni Coffee Hour fol-
lowing the game, provided an opportunity for alumni
to renew old friendships. The various campus Greek
groups also held teas and coEee hours following the
game in honor of their returning alumni.
The Whitewater band is shown in Tower forma-
tion as it played our Alma Mater in honor of all the
alumni during the half-time show.
Our VVarhawks were in good form for the
Homecoming Game as they trounced the Osh-
kosh Titans 35 to o. This outstanding victory
added to the festivities 0f the weekend.
Homecoming Queen Doreen Matara, her court, and
Klumb Girl Ruth Dittmer are shown enjoying the
Homecoming weekend was Climaxed Sat-
urday evening by the gala dance which fea-
tured the music of Skitch Henderson, shown
above, and his orchestra. Queen Doreen Ma-
tara and King Ron Anton, left, led the dance
following their coronation.
Rorw IeLarry Gocker, Bunny Pelton, Doreen Matara, Rcin Anton, Mary Roach,
Bob Hauser. me zepete Madden, Judy Sloan, Judy Brown, Jerry Golembiewski.
jce- O' leama
The third annual lce-O-Rama, sponsored by the Un-
ion Activities Board, was held Feb. 15 and 16. This
successful event had a large, enthusiastic turnout. The
theme of the week-end was HAlpine Holiday."
Friday night featured the Scandinavian Relays in
Hamilton Gym and a show in the Union which present-
ed student entertainment. Saturday found students busily
at work ice carving and participating in the various 0r-
ganized events such as tug-of-war, volleyball, sled races,
soccer, and a greased pole climb.
The week-end was climaxed by a concert featuring
the Chad NIitchCll Trio and a festive tTAlpine Holiday"
dance in the Student Union.
place, Class A Serious, Sigma
Tau Gamma, ttThe Burgomeister".
First place, Class B Humorous, Phi First place, Class A Humorous, Sig-
Sigma Epsilon, "Sophisticated Alpine ma Tau Gamma, HThe Big Boot".
First place, Class B Serious, Alpha Sig-
ma, HAlpine Love."
Determination marks the faces of Larry Davis and Jim
Raffmi as they participate in the tug-of-war event.
218-lce O Rama
. . 0 aner .jvloficlay
The Chad Mitchell Trio, one of
the fastest rising vocal groups in
America, is shown performing in
Finishing touches are put 0n the
mural which highlighted the dec-
orations at the dance. John Math-
ews received a special HDirectofs
Award" for this outstanding cm:-
trihution to Ice-O-Rama.
The court congratulates Ice-O-Rama Queen Patti Miles after the awaited announcement was made.
The court includes, from left to right, Mary Lou Fisher, Pat Miles, queen, Barb Toelle, Kathy
Sweeney, and Jan Prihnow.
Ice 0 Rama-219
WWEILEEEI DE ROSE ; :
' SANDY RAKOW
SHERRY HESS, x ' '
BEST-DRESSED GIRL GER
FORi963 ; x
Organizationd jn alex
Administration .................... 14-15
Associated VVOmen Students ........ 74-75
Association of Childhood Educaton 106-107
Baseball ........................ 204
Basketball .................. 198-201
Bowling .................... 207-209
Cross Country .................. 202
Football .................... 190-194
Golf ........................... 203
Intramurals .................... 206
Track .......................... 205
Tennis . ........................ 203
9W2 Club .................. 186-189
Wrestling ...................... 197
Band ............................ 84-87
Beta Alpha Sigma .................... 96
Beta Beta Beta ...................... 97
Best Dressed Girl .................. 220
Campus Veterans1 League ........ 116-118
Cheer Leaders ...................... 196
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 134
Kemper Club ................... 146
Lutheran Student Association . . 136-137
Conf. Students .......... 138-139
Mercier .................... 140-143
Scrooby ........................ 135
Wesley ..................... 144-145
Freshmen .................... 57-67
Sophomores .................. 51-56
Juniors ...................... 46-50
Seniors ....................... 26-45
Concert Choir ..................... 90-91
Esquires ........................ 130-131
Faculty .......................... 16-23
Forensics ....................... 104-105
Cavalier .................. 165-168
Chi Delta Rho .............. 169-172
Phi Chi Epsilon ............. 173-175
Phi Sigma Epsilon .......... 176-179
Sigma Tau Gamma .......... 180-183
Hawkettes .......................... 195
Homecoming ................... 212-217
Ice-O-Rama .................... 218-219
Inter-Dormitory Council ............. 119
Interfraternity Council .............. 150
Kappa Delta Pi ...................... 98
Men1s Chorus ..................... 92-93
Minneiska ........................ 76-77
Music Educators National Conference .. 94
Orchestra ........................... 88
Panhellenic Council ................. 150
Phi Beta Lambda 1FBLA1 ....... 110-111
Photography ........................ 80
Pi Kappa Delta ...................... 99
Pi Omega Pi .................... 100-101
Baker ...................... 120-121
McCutchan ................ 122-123
Salisbury , .................. 126-127
Sayles .......... . ............ 124-125
White ...................... 128-129
Roseman Student Association ...... 108-109
Royal Purple ..................... 78-79
Alpha Gamma Delta ......... 151-153
Alpha Sigma ................ 154-156
Delta Zeta .................. 157-159
Phi Lambda ................ 160-161
Sigma Sigma Sigma ......... 162-164
Student Council ................... 72-73
Theta Alpha Phi .................... 102
Tower and Town Players ............ 103
' Treble-Clef .......................... 89
Union Activities Board ............. 81-83
ths Who .......................... 69
Wits ............................... 112
VVomen15 Recreation Association . . . 113-115
Young Republicans ................... 95
Abbinanti, Lynn 152
Ableman, Herbert 198
Achter, Sandra 54, 142
Adamson, Sharon 47, 98,
111, 110, 109 137
Adelman, Thomas 66, 165
Adler, Larry 59
Adsit, Phil 64
Aeschlimann, Karl 26
Aicher, Robert 48, 117
Albee, John 26, 98, 101
Albertson, Robert 59
Aldrich, Robert 174
Alf, James 59, I73, I97
Allen, Daniel 60
Allen, James 92
Allen, Richard 53,
Allen, Thomas 59
Alston, Chris 59
Altheimer, Bengy 59, 190, 205
Alvarado, Fred 59
Alvarez, Dan 173
Ames, Bonnie 61, 85
Ames, Janice so, 73, 154, 84,
Ames, Phyllis 26, 154
Amrozewicz, Jeff 182
Amundsen, William 183
Andersen, Arthur 51
Anderson, Arlan 174, 150
Anderson, Audrey 53
Anderson, Berwyn 50
Anderson, Carlene 55, 154
Anderson, Eileen 90
Anderson, Gary 90
Anderson, Gordon 64
Anderson, Karen 26, 107
Anderson, Lloyd 208
Anderson, Michael 26, 116
Anderson, Pat 47, 163
Anderson, Paul 53, 166
Anderson, Ruth 50, 145
Anderson, Sara 26, 81, 106, 159
Anderson, Shannon 26, 109, 110
Anderson, Thomas 59, 67
Andreoli, Jean 26, 154
Andrenli, Roger 84
Andrews, Joan 65, 90
Andrews, Thomas 59, 169,
Androff, Lenin D.
Angilello, Carl 65
Angvick, Patricia 50
Antisdel, Susan 61
Antoine, Arlene 103
Anton, R011 26, 142, 187, 190,
Aplin, Louise 26, 90, 111, 109,
Apple, Jerry 60
Arbuthnot, David 86, 88, 98,
99, 105, 134
Aremsen, Susan 59
Armstrong, Janice 106
Armstrong, Stephen 60
Arndt, Darlene 59
Ameson, James 59, 178
Arneson, Jerry 50, 73, 176
Aspatore, Walter 53, 182, 186,
Aspenson, Clair 64
Athes, Judith 26
Atherton, Vickie 65
Atkinson, Kathleen 61
Aumann, Donna 26, 155
Ausman, Richard 26
Austin, Steve 60
Baade, Tony 59
Bachoten, Kenneth 66
Backus, Michael 60
Bade, Nancy E. 65, 89, 145
Baehler, Fred 54
Baehler, Mary Jean 26, 99
Bahr, Sharon 61, 89
Bahr, Terry :83, 190
Bair, Thomas 63
Baker, Dale 59, 117, 208
Baker, Kathryn 61
Baker, Ken 177
Baker, Leo 27
Baker, Marilou 53
Baker, Sally 110
Baldner, Thomas 53
Baldoun, Roseann 52, 119, 187
Baldwin, Sandra 52
Baldwin, Thomas 60
Bales, Fred 51
Balog, Marylyn 160
Bambrough, Dan 64, 197
Barbian, Richard 60
Bardeen, Jill 154
Barribeau, William 27,
Bartel, Dale 48, 108
Bartel, Jim 50, 117, 176
Bartclt, Gloria 27, 109, 154
Bartelt, Jeffrey 64, 80
Barth, James 61
Barton, Barry 56, 174, 90, 92
Basile, Albert 56
Basting, Carol 50, 162
Bath, Barbara 52
Bathke, Paul 174
Bauer, Daniel 51
Bauer, Peter 49
Baughn, William 65
Bauman, Deane 60
Baumann, Bonnie Jeanne 55
Baumgartner, JoAnn 52, 187
Baumgartner, Sharon 47, 107,
Bavery, Marlin 64, 190
Baxter, John 27
Bayer, Sally 64
Bayers, Daniel 64, 117
Baylor, Ellen 48
Beals, Karen 61, 85, 112
Bean, Ann Louise 61
BeaUPre, Mike 55, 72, 77, I74
Becker, James 60, 178, 205
Becker, LouAnne 27, 109
Becker, Marleen 53
Becker, Mary 58
Beckman, Kay 55
Bedell, Steven 64
Beers, Robert J. 117, 142
Behling, Marilyn 53, 162
Behrens, Douglas 27, 72, 177
Behrmann, Loren 46
Beischel, Art 64
Bell, John 53
Bell, Thomas 53
Bellman, Donna 158
Bellmann, Marilyn Ann 65, 85,
Bello, Robert 57, 64, 173
Beltz, Mildred L.
Bender, Gary 174, 204
Bender, james 60, 88
Bender, Robert 47, 209
Benedict, Mary 59, 142
Beneker, Roger 27
Bennett, Kenton 6o, 92, 205
Bentheimer, Wendy 61
Bentz, Daniel 46
Berg, Corinne 47, 78, I65
Berg, Karen 66
Berg, Mary Ann 62
Bergman, Gregory 66
Bergstrom, Pamela 59
Bergwin, Patricia 56, 163, 196
Berkley, Linda 62
Berling, Gary 47, 111
Bernau, Jack 27
Berndt, Beverly 66
Bernhardt, Barbara 28, 99
Bertram, Donald 65, 209 '
Bertz, Bruce 117
Beschta, Larry 28, 69, 150, 183
Best, Sally 55, 75, 120, 160
Beth, Richard 28
Bethke, William 59
Beutin, Keith 62
Beyer, Charlene 50, 77, 154, 141
Beyerstedt, Judy 66
Bie, Lorie 53
Bierberitz, Jay 46
Bierkness, Barbara 28, 159
Bindl, James W. 60, 142
Binetti, Michael 62
Bishop, Sue 90, 152
Biwer, Mary 66
Bjornestad, Maurice 48
Blackmer, Sharon 28
Blahnik, Paul 65
Blasing, Herbert 64
Blasius, Lawrence 64.
Blaszak, John 167
Bleifuss, Dennis 60
Bliss, George 56, 130
Blott, John 183
Bluhm, Judith 59, 89
Bobrowitz, Jim 63
Bocher, Jeffrey 116
Bodin, Sandra 65
Boegen, Judith 66
Boehm, Sue 66
Bocttcher, Dale 55, 85
Bognar, Judith 52
Bokemeier, Marie 56, 160
Bolender, Richard 62
B011, Thomas 28
Bollhagen, Phil 53, 90, 92
Bolton, Dean 64, 95
Boltz, Judith 28, 109, 114
Bond, David 56
Bonikowske, Dennis 54, 176
Bonlander, Vernon 63, 190
Bonnar, Patricia 28, 142
Bonner, David 63
Borkenhagen, Nancy 52, 158
Bormann, Conrad 167
Bosben, Audrey 50, 98
Boston, Nancy Lee 65
Botham, Bridget 59
Bouche, Ricardo 134
Bowerman, Richard 66
Bowers, Donald 27
Box, Karen 154
Boyd. Janet 48, 85, 98, 137, 152,
Boyer, Janet 55, 90. 153
Bozyski, R011 56, 166
Braasch, Randolph 64, 209
Braden, James L.
Bradley, Terry 79, 174
. Brady, Wil liam
Brager, Karine 90
Bragg, Charles J. 166
Brandt, Gail 28
Branham, Diane 66
Bransky, Carol 65
Braun, Diane 61
Braun, Judy 52
Brautigam, Paul J. 28
Bray, James D. 65, 185
Brechler, Christine 59
Brchm, Jacqueline 60
Bremmer, Richard G.
Brewster, Tom 62
Erickson, Barbara 154
Brien, Richard 28
Briggs, John W. 63
Brinkman, Barbara 59
Bristow, Betty 8.
Brodzeller, Harold 63
Bronson, Ronald 46, 49, 190
Brookins, Stanley 65, 84
Brooks, Ann 54, 159, 142
Brooks, Gary 57
Brooks, Lois 28, 152
Brosteau, John 48
Brosteau, Mike 50
Broussard, Joan 160
Brown, Judith 28, 69, 162, 216,
Brown, Sharyl 6o
Bruce, Carolyn 60
Brugger, David 54
Brumm, Roger 98, 119, 167
Brunett, John 62
Brunkow, Mary 28
Bruscato, Angelo 65
Budgins, Robert 198
Buhrow, Sharqn 48, 90, 100, 145
Bullington, Gail 52
Bunzel, James 28, 142
Burch, Louise 52, 167
Burdick, Dorothy 51, 154
Burgermeister, Barbara 163
Burhans, Jean 65
Burhop, Janice 111, 158
Burkwald, Darlene 65
Burnham, James 65
Burns, Kathleen 162
Burns, Rollin 62
Burrescia, Dominic 65
Buscemi, Kathleen 61
Busch, Duane 117
Buss, Bruce 50
Buss, Sharon 65
Busse, Louis 182, 205
Butenhoff, Lynn 65
Butenhoff, Richard 48
Butler, Kay 154
Butler, James 65
Byrne, George 64, 173
Caesar, Gordon 66
Cain, Tom 65
Calacci, Gary 55
Callaway, David 202, 205
Callen, Nancy 64
Callum, Carol 64
Camp, Wendy 61
Campbell, Dorothy 48, 112
Campbell, William 28, 96, 166
Campion, Bill 55, 174
Carlson, Cy 49, 80
Carlson, Lloyd 64, 209
Carney, Kay 55
Carpenter, Donald 29
Carpenter, Tom 65
Carrig, Donald 66
Carroll, Margaret 94, 142
Carstens, Jeanne 60
Cartwright, Julie 146, 154, 119
Casey, Connie 64
Catania, Carmen 85, 88, 94
Catania, Mariann 61, 75, 89, 142
Cattanach, Richard 48, 119
Cattelino, John 49, 167
Cellitti, Fred 167, 212
Cerny, William 64
Ceynowa, Lydia 65
Chandler, Carl 29, 145
Chapleau, James 61
Chapman, Richard 63, 90
Chappell, James 29, 183
Charlton, David 59
Chase, David 51, 180
Chase, Dennis .55
Chase, Lois 29
Chase, Jerome 52, 142
Chattillion, Romona 49, 97
Chovanec, Sandra 65
Christensen, Curtis 63
Christensen, June 65
Christensen, Cathy 47, 73, 158
Christensen, Steve 62
Christian, Mary 53
Christian, Patricia 95
Christianson, Carol 62, 106
Christofferson, Cheryl 66
Church, Gary 62
Church, Pete 55
Ciganek, Connie 55
Cimaroli, John 54
Cinquemani, Suzanne 65
Ciotti, Joseph 29, 98
Cipolla, Pat 59
Clancy, Charles 116, 209
Clark, Arlyn 62
Clark, Miriam 95
Clark, Ralph 90
Claussen, Diane 56, 158
Claussen, Richard 48, 96
Clay, Karen 29
Cleminson, Robert 208
Clemons, Marvin 63
Cline, Richard 63
Cnarc, Janet 67
Cnare, William 54
Coates, Robert 58
Coates, Sue 120, 119, 159
Cobb, J. Craig 183
Coburn, Loretta 29
Colbert, Michael 56, 130
Coghlan, Walter 61
Cohill, Jim 117
Coleman, Carole 59
Coleman, Clarence 55
Collins, Joan 55, 89, 90
Collins, Keith 182, 212
Collopy, Mike 58
Compton, Jim 29, 177
Cone, Karen 84, 98, 163
Connell, Michael 29
Conrad, Suzanne 67
Conway, Dennis 29, 108
Conway, Sara 29
Cook, David 203
Cook, Douglas 92
Cook, Gerald 178
Cook, Howard 59
Cook, Louise 5o
Coon, Robert 117
Cooper, Beverly 47, 98
Cornell, Richard 53
Corpron, Carol 55, 106, 108, 162
Corroll, Margaret 90
Covelli, Joy 29, 159
Covey, Richard 64
Covic, Mitchell 169
Cowell, Brenda 55, 159, 212
Cox, Lorna 29
Cox, Thomas 59, 165, 203, 198
Cox, Thomas 49, 180, 186
Crain, Mel 56
Cramer, Sally 66, 84, 146
Crane, Dennis 182
Cratty, Alan 59
Crawford, Joel P. 62
Cripps, Shirley 29, 69, 101
Cronce, Dennis 53
Cronick, Joseph 29, 182, 110
Crooks, Ronald 58
Cross, John 175
C1owley, Mary Kathleen
Cliff, Wayne 167
Cull, Kathleen 54, 102, 103
Cullen, Tim 64
Cummings, Douglas R.
Cummings, Kaye 77, 154
Cummings, Sandra 65
Curran, Herb 183
Currie, Jim 197
Czarapata, Susan 62
Czoschke, Howard H.
Dahl, Wilmer A. 58, 92
Dahlke, David 85, 92, 94
Dahlman, Robert J.
Dahlstrom, Vernon 53,
Dahms, Mary 67
Dairdson, Randi 48
Dales, Roger Alan 62
Daley, Agnes 55
Dallmann, Sharon 57, 62
Damitz, Dennis 58
Dammann, Barbara 162
Dammann, Ellen 62
Damschen, Ken :50, 177
Danielson, David 48
Danielson, Judy 65, 89
Danks, Catherine 90
Darling, Jane 59
Darula, Richard 50
Dassler, Frederick A. 65
Dauber, James M. 29
Daun, Mary Kathryn 77, 154,
Davenport, Mark 102, 103
Davidson, Denis 54, 178
Davidson, Marion 64
Davidson, Randi 98
Davis, Donna 3o, 90
Davis, Gerald 55
Karen 30, 159
Davis, Kenneth 48
Davis, Larry 190
Dawley, Gary Allen 58.
Deal, Barbara 60, 134
Dean, James 59
DeBruine, Mary 52, 85
Decker, Garry 58
DeCoster, Mary 54, 163
Dederich, Marlene 65
DeFries, Nancy 153
Deiguan, Kathy 57
Delanty, Jack 52, 166
De La Pasqua, Dante A. 30
Delgado, Jim 59
Delorme, John 61, 190
Del Ponte, Claudia 56, 89
De Maio, Albert 61
De Mark, Maryann 47, 163
De Master, Wayne 51, 53, 73,
DeMarsh, Mary 30, 163
Dempze, Wayne 63
Dennis, Stephen J. 63, 169
Depies, Ronald 53, 183, 187, 199
DeRose, Eileen 162, 220, 187
Derus, Stephen 1. 53
Desing, Gerald 51, 110, 130
Devine, Michael 63, 117
DeVine, Ronald 45
Devlin, William 30
Dial, Diana L. 60
Dibble, Elaine L. 65, 89
Dickinson, Millie 30, 152
Dicklin, Paul 95, 102, 103
Diedrich, James G. 67
Dietz, Greg 52
Digman, Karen 54
Dimond, Thomas M. 61,
Dittmer, Ruth 30, 74, 159, 212,
Dobbratz, joan 53
Dobrovolskis Stanley 59, 173
Dodson, Bob 65, 165
Dokken, Mrs. Lavona N.
Dollhausen, James 64, 173, 92
Doolan, Timothy 54, 175
Doornbos, William 63
Dorman, Donna 54
Doroudian, Reza 51
Dorsey, Sharon 53
Dorsey, Sheila 62
Dorsey, William J.
Doss, Joan F. 65
Dotter, Karen 53
Doughty, Errol V.
Douglas, Betty 64
Douglas, Ed 117
Douglas, Sharon 65
Downing, Kathy 55, 163
Downs, Joseph D.
Doyle, David 63, 201
Doyle, Mary 55
Draeger, Judith 30, 158
Dransfield, Susan 62
Drechsler, Phyllis 54, 159
Dreher, Robert 67
Dreiling, James 57
Dreischmeier, Joyce 54
Drenk, Rick 62
Dresdow, John G. 52, 167, 205
Dressler, Peter 66
Drew, Althea 90, 160, 135
Drew, Janet 62
Dronek, Claire 150, 160
Duesterhoeft, Edward L. 58
Dulik, Mary Lou 120
Dumproff, Susan 66, 142
Dunaway, Donald 65, 201
Dunbar, Martin 208, 212
Dunford, James F. 58
Dunham, Patricia 53
Dunlap, Pamela 66
Dunn, Dennis A. 58
Dunning, Vivian L. 56, 187
Durkin, Donald 58
Dutton, Dorothy 66
Dvorak, Betty 63
Dwinell, David 67, 92, 201
Dwyer, Virginia 56
Dziedzic, Elaine 30, 102, 103
Easterday, Jim 67, 173
Eaton, James 49, 177
Ebbers, Tom 131, 130
Ebenreiler, john 48
Eberle, Martha 56, 119
Eck, Kathy 142
Eckhardt, John 52, 92
Eckhardt, Ralph 119
Edlzlom, Carol Rae 65, 89
Eddy, Ursula 48
Edenharder, George 57
Edwards, Bruce 58
Edwards, Keith 64,
Eggen, Helene 52, 155
Ehren, David 85, 88, 94
Eickman, Thomas 207, 208
Eilk, Gloria 53
Eisch, Mary Alice 3o, 85, 88,
Eisentraut, Allan 63
Eisfeldt, Dian 55, 90
Ekdahl, Bruce 30, 167
Elliott, John 65
Elliott, Kathye 66
Ellis, Elmer 66
Embrey, John 64
Endres, James 57
Endres, Roy 30, 177, 214
Emerson, Sandra Kay 30, 98,
100, 108, 110, 158
anel, Lawrence 167
Engel, Robert 63, 165
Englerr, Lorraine 58
Enloe, Linda 30, 154, 212
Ensweiler, Thomas 62
Erdman, Kristine 65
Erdmann, Dennis 79, 174 ,
Erickson, Mrs. Amy 109, 111
Erickson, Charlotte 53
Erickson, Sandra 63
Ervin, Todd 66
Espey, Anthony 54,
Esrael, Terry 61, 169, 202
Esser, James 30, 116, 208
Evans, Gwen 52, 90
Evers, Henry 54
Evers, John 65
Everson, Janet 52, 110, 158
Ezerins, Vilnis 190
Falinkmaier, Corinna 47
Falk, Alice 66
Falkowski, Christine 67
Farinha, Elisa 67, 182, 142
Farina, Michael 186
Farley, Paul 67
Farrell, Rosemary 58
Fausch, Harlan ,31, 176
Feeney, John 142
Feggestad, Dennis 197
Fehling, Karen 31
Fqldt, Sharon 65, 89
Fell, Mary Lou 58
Felton, Richard 58
Felion, Ruth 60
Fenney, Sandra 66
Fenzl, Mary 158
Ferge, Daniel 58
Ferguson, Francis 58, 84
Fernholz, Richard 56, 190
Feske, Kathryn 62
Fiedler, Howard 31, 96
Fiedler, Kathleen 31, 77, 154,
Figi, Dave 52, 169
Filo, Kathleen 61
Finby, Thomas 47, 174
Finch, Mary 61
Findlay, Gene 47, 111, 162
Finger, Linda Ann 61
Fink, Bonnie 48, 162
Finke, Lora 50, 106, 162
Finley, Mary 62
Fischer, John 65, 109
Fischer, Richard 47
Fischer, Richard B. 66
Fish, Mary Ann 61
Fisher, Carolyn 31, 162, 212
Fisher, Harold 190, 187
Fisher, Jane 50, 159
Fisher, Mary Lou 52, 119, 120
Fisher, Richard Charles
Flaschner, Gale 160
Fleming, Mary 54, 89, 163
Flood, Bernard 66
Fluke, Sandra 47, 111
Fogarty, Gaye 61
Fohr, Jeffery 65
Foley, Richard 176
Fons, Russell 66
Fortney, A. Dale
Fosdal, Ronald 66
Foster, John 30
Foster, Suzanne 55
Foulke, Paul 65
Fowler, Sandra 60
Fox, Barbara 48
Fox, David 66
Fox, Joe 48
Foy, Hugh 96
Frame, Bonnie 67
Franzen, R011 169
Fraser, Jeffrey 73, 174
Fraser, Lemuel 59
Freas, Barbara 52, 90
Freeman, Robert 59
Freeman, Suzanne 65
Frehner, Jim 48
Freidenfeld, John 65, 205
Frey, Carol 31
Fricano, Wayne 61, 165
Friedmann, Helen 53, 54, 40,
Frish, Robert 169, 190
Fritz, Harold 58
Froemming, Mary 61
Fromm, Janet 47, 85, 110, 137
Fry, John 65
Fuchs, Kurt 54
Fuelleman, Sharon 63
Fuerstenberg, Judy 56
Funk, Mary Lou 54, 120, 160
Fullerton, james 65
Furlong, John 46, 182
Furlong, Michael 48
Furman, Cheryl 65
Gabriel, Ronald 61
Gadow, Gerald 67
Gage, Judy 65
Galko, Thomas 50, 176
Gallagher, Carol 31, 75, 90
Galle, Terry 54
Ganoung, James 63, 205, 190
Gant, Carol 65
Gasparini, Judith 64
Gaston, Judith 63
Gates, Richard 176
Gauerke, Donald 67
Gault, John 65
Gaa'ey, Donald 62, 145
Gaworski, Gloria 60, 120
Gee, Mary 62
Gehner, Judith 135
Geier, Robert 31, 177
Geise, Victoria 85, 88, 162
Geller, Curtis 67
Gemoll, Cheryl 57, 66, 73, 89,
Georgalas, Athanas 31, 99, 104
Gerlach, Robert 67
Gerlin, Nancy 67
Germann, Jean 64, 90
Gerred, Donald 61
Gerstner, John 62
Geske, Terry 50, 99, 105, 104
G655, Charles 60
Getschman, Judy 49, 152
Geyman, Richard 52, 119, 166
Gibbs, Jean 53, 80
Gibbs, Hicky 180
Gibbons, James 66, 197
Gibney, Dean 176
Gibson, Bruce 166
Gibson, James 62, 165
Gibson, Peter 62
Gicse, William 31
Gilbertson, Ray 52, 119
Gilchrist, Carolyn 6o
Gile, Janice 67
Gill, Margery 50,
Gilliland, Anita 49, 106, 134
Gilpatrick, Robert 66, 180, 95
Gilsdorf, Veronica 31, 100, 101,
Gilson, William 59, 208
Gimpl, Sandra 64, 84, 89, 94
Ginsberg, Gerald 62, 112
Giovannoni, Robert 58
Girard, Tim01hy 55, 177
Gironimi, Frank 117
Glandt, Mary 66
Gleich, Karen 154
Gleminson, Robert 40
Glitzky, Gerald 31, 117
Glover, Linda 66
Glover, Sandra 65, 89
Glynn, Patrick 56, 173
Gnatzig, Eleonore 67, 89, 137
Gnatzig, Norma 47, 98, 106,
Gocker, Larry 190, 217
Goddard, Mary 111, 158
Godding, Vikki 65
Goessling, Margene 49, 159
Goetz, James 208
Golden, Thomas 49, 207
Golembiewski, Jerome 31, 182,
186, 190, 217
Golen, Jean 57
Golinski, Ronald 58
Goniu, Richard 56, 175
Goodger, Jerome 59
Gorder, Joan 67, 79
Gordon, Jean 56, 72, 84, 89,
120, 119, 158, 146
Gorski, James 59, 198
Gother, Claire 66
Gould, Marilyn 57
Gourlie, Carol 31, 158
Gower, Marcia 67
Grabow, Edward 47, 90, 177
Grabow, Sue Carol 60
Grace, Larry 62, 173
Graf, Kathryn 6o
Graf, David 47, 111, 176
Graham, Susan 159
Gramins, Dennis 56
Grantham, C. Roger 51, 20;
Graves, Nelson 59
Grbich, Michael 59
Greene, Kenne:h 176
Greenlee, Kelly 85
Greenlee, James 72, 85, 119
Greenwald, Michael 46
Greenwald, Sue 6o
Greer, Donna 154
Gregg, Judy 62
Gregory, Bridget' 31, 90, 99, 105
Gresch, James 65
Gribble, Jack 52
Griesberg, Nancy 54, 88, 158
Griffiths, Carole 31, 69, 98
Grinnier, Gary 53
Grippe, Patrick 32, 177
Grise, Robert 59
Griswold, Midge 49, 110
Griswold, Terry 67
Grove, Sharon 32, 158
Grubba, Bruce 65
Gruber, Marge 65
Grudzinski, Luella 65
Gruennert, Thomas 64
Gruett, Donna 64
Gryttenholm, Jerry 62
Grzeszczak, Robert 32, 131, 130
Gudenkauf, Mary Ann 66
Guif, Patricia 65
Guinn, James 65
Gullickson, Anita 55
Gumz, Alvin 55, 169
Gunderman, Judith 49, 79, 154,
Gunderman, Larry 212
Gundcrson, Karen 154
Gundrum, Lawrence 51, 53
Gundrum, Robert 48, 111, 142
Gunia, Claudette 111
Guolee, Michael 48, 182, 190
Guse, Nancy 59
Gustafson, Donn 65
Gustafson, John 46, 96
Gustafson, Sherry 67
Gutsmiedl, Charlene 51, 110
Haakenson, Wm. D. 175
Haas, Darlene 67, 89
Haas, James 59, 180
Haasch, Ted. C. Jr. 207, 205
Haasl, Ruth 65
Haberman, Patricia 32, 106
Hackbart, Bruce 65
Haebig, Tom 90, 91, 92, 177
Haedt, Judith 53
Haen, Tom 51
Hafkemeyer, Ruth 66, 85, 88
Hagan, Patricia 33
Hagert, Pam 51
Haggerty, Robert 117
Hahn, Dave 48, 198
Hahn. Mary 57, 79
Hahn, Sally 47, 72. 79, 158
Hale, Marita 48, 107, 158, 142
Hallett, Bill 205
Haltling, James 61
Halstead, Jon 92, 90, 103
Halvorsen, Carol 59
Hamann, John 32, 109, 141
Hamilton, Jane 32, 89, 97, 98,
Hamilton, Peter 105, 104, 178
Hamilton, Wm. H. 50, 212
Hammen, Edward 63
Hammerberg, Bill 166
Hammond, Robert 178
Hanak, Ruth 50, 106, 159
Haney, Richard 32, 69, 98, 214
Hanke, Richard 73, 81,
150, 177, 212, 214
Hanold, George 65
Hansen, Carol 47, 79, 159
Hansen, Elaine 63
Hansen, George 166
Hansen, Karen 56, 110
Hansen, Robert 59
Hansen, Rolf 175
Hanson, Delores 61
Hanson, Diane 55, 111, 159
Hard, Carolyn 63
Hardginski, Dave 56
Harding, Delores 67
Hare, Patricia 32, 69, 119, 134
Harenburg, Judy 61
Harju, Wayne 47
Harmann, Sally 111
Harmes, Barbara 63
Harms, Phyllis 62
Harried, Robert 60
Harrison, Donna 59
Hart, K. Sharon 50, 153, 142
Hartel, Barbara 53, 75, 109,
Harter, Eugene 61
Hartjes, Kathryn Ann 67, 75,
Hartshorn, Jay 176
Hartshorn, Martha 89, 142
Hasenback, David 32
Haslow, Cyril 54, 130
Hassell, Ronald 32
Hassler, Jeanne 65
Haugh, Robert 53
Hauser, Glen 49
Hay, Bob 49. 81, 92. 90.
Hayward,Susan 78, 150, 162
Head, Robert 59
Healy, Georgq 63, 117
Heath, Georgeann 50, 150, 163
Heber, Thomas 183, 190, 187
Hebert, William 59, 178
I-Ieeringa, Richard 66
HeEernan, Pat 60
Hein, Gene 32, 90
Hein, Margaret 47
Hein, Warren 59
Heindel, Mallory 58, 169
Heindl, Carole 56, 155
Heine, Mary 103
Heiniger, Evelyn 56
Heinisch, Beverly 154
Heise, Charlene 64, 90
Heitz, Helen 155, 94, 9o
Helgemo, Robert 48, 111
Heller, Jane 53
Hellum, Perry 32
Helstrom, Kristin 63
Hembel, Lee 48, 92, 111, 119
Hendrick, Judith 47, 81, 158
Hendricks, Lee 167
Hendrickson, Kay 66
Hendron, Thomas 59
Hendel, Ralph 180
Henkel, Liz 48, 162
Henning, Richard 90
Henning, Ronna 64
Henning, Terry 175
Henrich, Charles 48
Henrichs, Sandra 67
Henricksen, Illa 33
Henry, David 166
Henry, Diana 59, 196
Hensler, Kay 67
Herberg, Bonnie 63, 135
Herzig, Carole 67
Hess, James 66, 209
Hess, Richard 180 .
Hess, Sherry 52, 162, 220
Hesscl, Linda 67
Hettmansperger Sheila 67
Hetzel, Jeralyn 6o
Hetzel, Kathleen 163
Higgins, Pierre 66
Hill, Jim 205
Hill, John 112
Hill, Ray 63
Hillerman, Michael 60
Hillman, Joyce 63
Hingiss, Janice 52
Hinz, Tom 54, 207
Hoard, Kenneth 67
Hodge, David 56, 92
Hodgins, Beverly 50, 72, 166
Hoehne, Dianne 62
Hoekman, Leroy 56
Hoerig, David 63
Hoesly, Carol 55
Hoesly, Frederic 58
Hofer, James 62
Hoffman, Bob 54, 119
Hoffman, Diane 66
Hoffmann, Jack 56, 92, 130
Hogan, Pat 33
Hohenstein, John 167
Holarz, Patricia 114
Holling, Garret 177
Hollingsworth, William 53, 95,
131, 130, I97. 205
Hollis, Sharon 55, 102
Holmes, Bonnie 47
Holmes, Lee 66, 84
Holtan, David 58, 117
H012, Kenneth 52, 169
Holzer, Robert 33, 66
Holzhuter, Dale 198, 33
Homan, Richard 51
Honeck, Meribeth 61
Honl, Ray 119, 167
Hopkins, Joyce 113, 114
Hoppe, Marjorie 67
Hoppenz, Rolf 66
Hordtk, Richard 53
Horn, John 33, 150, 186 204
Host, Jean 57
Host, Mary 33, 76, 155
Hotter, Thomas 190
Hough, Nelson 63
House, Carol 33, 158
Housfeld, Richard 47
Howarth, Patricia 64
Howe, Joy 65
Howland, June 119
Hoyum, Barbara 66, 85, 88
Hubbard, Catherine 55, 79, 142
Hubbard, Diane 62
Huckaby, Kay 66
Huettner, Betty 56, 154
Hughes, Bette 5o
Hughes, Lois 33, 94, 90, 162
Hughes, Rilla 62
Hull, Robert 58
Humer, Marjory 47, 101, 110,
Huml, Robert 33
Humphrey, Richard 66
Hunter, Thomas 67
Hurst, Evelyn 6o
Huss, Jerry 33
Hustad, Nancy ,
Husting, Barbara 51, 54, 119,
Husty, Paula 54, 163, 187
Huth, Carl 58, 173, 205
Hutson, Mary 58
Hyzer, Karen 64
Irvine, Kathleen 106, 134
Irving, Mary 119, 159
Irwin, Mike 54, 204
Isaac, Ronald 55, 62
Iselin, Michael 55, 177
Ives, Betsey 67, 90
Jach, Susan 67
Jackson, Elizabeth 55, 158, 142,
Jacky, Henry 56
Jacobs, Fritz 33, 69,
101, 108, 111
Jacobson, Daniel 56, 92
Jacobson, Donald 173, 90
Jacobson, Gary 66
Jacobson, Ron 176, 212, 33, 69,
Jaeger, Dorothy 53,
Jaeger, John T. 58
Jaeger, Ken 58
Jahn, Cheryl 62, 85
Jahnke, Richard 66
Jaklin, James 66
Jameson, Kenneth 58
Janda, Judy 57
Jandrain, James 61
Janicsek, Jan 56, 146
Janicsek, Lawrence 58
Janisch, Richard 66, 197
Janowiak, Mary 63
Janzen, Donnarae 62 ,
Jenkins, Allan 66
Jenkins, Denny 61
Jennings, Connie 58
Jenrich, Roger 51, 205
Jensen, Barry 54, 205
Jensen, Karen 59
Jensen, Kenneth 58, 201
Jensen, Lois 61
Jensen, Mary 48, 160
Jense'n, Robert 49
Jensen, Sandra 54
Jensen, Thomas 33
Jerabek, Richard 50
Jernberg, Gary 66
Jerome, Sherry 89, 114
Jesse, Robert 34
Jinkins, Mary 60
Jochims, Karen 34, 153
Johns, Ronald 60
Johnson, Barbara 58
Johnson, Bonnie 55
Johnson, Carole 34
Johnson, Carolyn 58, 146
Johnson, Dorothy A. 59
Johnson, Ellen 47
Johnson, Frank 45
Johnson, James 117
Johnson, Jane 49, 159
Johnson, Jeffrey 166
Johnson, Judith A. 56, 111
Johnson, Kenneth 61
Johnson, Nancy 58
Johnson, Pat 85
Johnson, Patrick 64, 110
Johnson, Richard 49, 130
Johnson, Robert 34, 66
Johnson, Ronald 34, 98
Johnson, Thomas 183, 190
Jones, Allen 34
Jones, Gregory Allen
jones, Jane 50
Jones, John 46, 173
Jones, Richard 58
Jorstad, Rita 52, 159
Joseph, Ed 58, 180, 190, 205
Joseph Paul 183, 190, 198
Joslin, Toni 58
Joyce, Mary 58
Juhnke, Richard 55, 135
Jurkowski, Sandra 58
Justesen, Joy 34, 96, 109, 110,
Justin, Gerry 34, 110, 142, 196
Kafer, John Jr. 169
Kahl, Larry 62, 205
Kallay, Karen 58
Kalscheur, Yvonne 142
Kamenick, Toni 5o
Kandutsch, Frank 61, 142
Kant, Douglas 166
Kapheim, Lawrence 178
Kapoun, IO 47, 79. 159, 220
Karberg, Kent 49, 90, 182
Karin, Malek 49
Karsten, John 63, 169, 190
Karl, Jean 59, 89
Kasa Kaitas, Karen 52, 109
Kasmerchek, Sandra 49
Kasper, Curtis 34, 112
Kaste, Barbara 34, 72, 158
Katzman, Dean 208
Katzman, Gerald 51
Katzuba, Carol 155
Kawatski, Joe 46
Kawatski, John 67
Kayne, Judy 57
Kayser, Kenneth 61
Kazanjian, John 182
Keegan, Nancy 53
Kehl, Robert 52
Keith, Betteanne 59, 9o
Kelleher, Carol 85, 88, 89, 94
Kelleher, Patrick 85
Kelley, Diane 208
Kelliher, Kathie 153
Kelln, D011 61
Kelley, Patricia 49
Kemnitz, Kay 58
Kenders, Karen 51
Kennedy, Pat 53, 162
Kent, Clark 46
Kent, Mary 142
Kenyon, William 54, 130
Kepke, John 61
Kerkman, Charles 59, 178
Kester, Thomas 61, 173
Kieliszewski, Leo 190
Kilb, Nancy 60
Kiley, Roberta 99, 158
Kilkenny, William 166
Kilkenny, Mary 66
Kinast, Cynthia 66
Kincaid, Carol 63, 135
King, David 66, 117
King, Pamela 47, 158
Kintz, Nancy 64
Kintzler, Patricia 50, 158
Kissinger, Curtis 51, 165
Kitto, Catherine 47, 75, 113, I14
Klabunde, William 50
Klaske, Myrtle 55, 154
Klaus, Richard 48
Kleckner, Gail 6o
Klein, Barbara 53
Klein, Mary 63
Klemens, Donna 110, 159
Klemko, Vincent 61
Klimek, Eleanore 50, 106, 150,
Klingelhofer, Susan 66
Klinner, Marion 48,
119, 120, 134
Klitzkie, Douglas 97, 177
Klitzkie, Robert 34, 117
Klitzkie, Ronald 53
Klotz, Gary 176
Klug, Alice 61
Klug, Ardelle 63
Klug, Mary Mullowney 34, 108
Klug, Roger 34, 85, 108, 176
Klug, Ron 34
Knickmeier, Jean 49, 159
Knisely, Diana 67
Knudsen, Bob 54, 207
Knurr, James 34, 205
Knurr, Judith 34, 97, 109
Knuteson, Ken G. 56, 79
Koboski, Franklin 66
Koch, Dave 190
Koch, Cary 35, 145
Koch, Thomas 35, 79, 110
Koebbeman, Jeanette 63
Koenig, Mary 60, 114
Koenings, Karen 73, 119, 154,
Koepp, Naomi 47, 79, 107, 108,
Koeppen, Judy 50, 154
Koerner, Merodie 60
Kohl, Barbara 58
Kohlhaas, Charles 58
Kohler, Sharon 51
Kolberg, Gretchen 63, 103
Kohlberger, Petra 56
Kohlmann, Keith 64
Keller, Karen 35
Kolpitcke, Jan 90, 91, 119, 120,
Konieczka, Barbara 35, 142
Kopecki, Robert 63
Kovecky. Judy 47
Kopecky, Susan 60
Kopp, Jean :53
Kopp, Susan 153
Koprek, Ernie A.
Korenin, Albert 67
Korrison, John 55, 117, 165
Korth, Paul 47, 110
Kosanke, Ken 58
Kosanke, Sally 54, 160
Kotteman, Andrea 67
Kovars, Roxanne Mae 35
Krahn, Mark 49, 80, 167
Kramer, Karen 65
Kramer, Margaret 49, 159
Kramer, Phillip 60, 92, 209
Krans, Kathleen 47, 109
Kranz, Terry 174, 197
Kratky, Bernard 58
Krause, Dennis 35
Krause, James 54, 175
Kramer, Ingrid 56, 155
Krisch, Edward 60, 165
Kroening, Willard 60, 209
Kroeten, Joseph 57, 92
Kromenaker, David 35
Kruhert, Victoria 63
Krueger, Dorothy 6o
Krueger, Douglas 63, 173
Krueger, Harold 63, 105
Krueger, James 99, 105
Krueger, Kent 13o
Krueger, LaVern 49
Krueger, Lynne 60
Krueger, Marilyn 64, 89, 9o
Krueger, Michael 58, 165, 197
Krueger, Ralph 35, 167
Kuehn, Kenneth 60
Kruger, Bruce 61
Krukar, Arlene 57
Krull, Charles 60
Krull, Charles 35 .
Krull, Marvin 48, 177, 205
Kruse, William 92, 186, 190
Krysiak, Dennis 176
Krzeminski, James 60
Kub, Barbara 56
Kubehl Larry 52
Kubitz, Lois E. 62
Kucaba, Harvey 67
Kuchenbach, Ellen 54, 160
Kucher, Phillip 60, 208
Kuecker, Sally 103, 113, 114
Kuen, Fred 6o
Kuerschner, Sue 73, 78, 150,
Kuhn, Arden 55
Kulow, Herbert 205
Kumm, Ervin 58
Kunde, Eugene 47
Kurth, Karen 135
Kurth, Michael 60
Kuykendall, David 54
Kwapil, William 53, 142, 205
Kwiatkowski, Sally 55, 163
Laatsch, John 60, 178
La Certe, Richard 55, 167
Ladewig, Marjorie 56, 152
LaDuc, Barbara 160
Laesch, Willard 62, 201
LaFIamme, Arthur 63
Lagowski, John 60
Lamontagne, Lionel 177
Land, William 66, 185
Langan, Rick 60
Lange, Joann 58
Lange, Susan 62
Langer, Karen 55
Langetieg, Janis 6o
Lardinois, Priscilla 58
Larsen, Eric Lee 190
Larsen, James 1
Larsen, John 175
Larsen, Karen 65, 84, 145
Larson, Lonnie 58
Larson, Mary 60
Larson, Mary E.
Larum, Thomas 59
Larweth, Lvnn 160, 146
Lassow, William 55
Latta, Joan 54, 158
Lattow, Carol 61, 89
Laughlin, James 59, 92
Laun, Kenneth 50
Lawless, Cecilia 58
Lawlor, David 169, 190
Lawrence, Carol 64
Lay, John 35, 9o, 91. 92
Leahy, Thomas 190
LeBlanc, Marilyn 63
Lechner, George 35
Lee, Donald 54
Lee, Mary Ann
Lee, Susan 56
Lee, Winfred 177
Leet, Janet 147
Lehman, Charles 54
Lehmann, Robert 166
Lehnert, G Monrico 35, 88
Leiknes, Richard 59
Lein, Lowell Lars 61, 117
Leitzke, Wallie Reimer 35, 201
LeMay, Loreli 63, 147
Lemkuil, Judith 65
Lenth, Judith 75
Lenz, Nancy Jeane 58
Leschinsky, Janice 47, 106, 108
Lescohier, James 59
Letter, Elizabeth 48, 85, 98, 142
Lewis, Doris 3
Lewis, Valery 53
Lewison, Dale 178
Liebetrau, Caroline 106
Liedholm, Nancy 64, 90
Liegel, Lynn Rae 59, 114
Liggett, Pamela 62, 89
Lill, Thomas 67
Lillpop, William 35
Lind, Robert 67
Lindholm, LaVone 154
Ling, Kathleen 52, 89, 145
Lingsweiler, Curtis 66, 190
Link, John 212
Linquist, Martha 65
Lins, Marian 59
Lipske, Donald 48, 212
Lisiecki, Gene 50, 182
Liska, James 61, 90 169
Lisser, Bryan 67
Liszewski, Maxine 35, 160
Litscher, Jon 60, 190
Littell, Linda 59
Livengood, Anne 134
Lloyd, Karen 63
Lloyd, Wilz 48
Lockyear, Robert 62
Loebel, Gerald 57, 66,
Lehman, Marlene 54, 142
Loosen, Bonnie 6o
Lory, Robert 50, 130
Lother, Thomas 49, 137
Louchner, Earl 174
Lovaas, Dennie 92, 177
Lovejoy, Lea 66
Lovelace, Jiim 203
Lowy, Nancy 66
Lubinski, Darlene 63, 89
Luderus, Jane 56
Ludtke, Larith 88
Luedke, Kenneth 67, 201
Luey, Ena Kay 53
Luhn, James T.
Lunde, Jamgs 190
Lundstrom, Shirley 36, 98, 100
Lunn, Nancy 16o
Lutz, Janet 54, 153
Luzar, James 119
Luzi, Andrew 67
Lynn, Patrick 66
Lyon, Carolee 36, 159
Maag, Edward 61
MacDonald, John 67
MacDonald, Wallene 5o
Mach, Judith 63
Machacek, Edward 60
Madden, Peter 193, 187, 190, 217
Madel, Bill 104
Mader, Sandra 16
Madsen, John 36, 105
Madsen, Merrily 55, 89, 162
Madsen, Robert 117
Mages, Pat1ick 80
Magnuson, Clarence 47, 97, 166
Maier, Thgresa 50, 111
Makal, Lawrence 66, 209
Malec, Jeanne 6o
Malek, Karin 163
Mandel, Marlys 135
Manion, Dale 63
Manion, Jean 60
Manson, Betty 108, 114
Manyo, John 63, 178
Mapp, William 167
Marchi, Judith Ann 36, 167
Mares, Marie 36, 109, 142, 155
Margelofskv, Ronald 36, 182
Markee, Cliff 61
Marks, Cheljyl 66
Marks, Jack 174
Markworth, Mavis 53, 85
Marsden, Cheryl 64
Marten, William 119, 142, 187,
Martin, Beverly 36
Martinek, John 186, 190
Martiniak, Dianalee 54, 160
Martinson, Donald 67
Mashak, Michael 67
Mason, Judith 53, 159
Mast, Charles 63
Matara, Doreen 119, 158, 216,
Mathews, John 167
Mathison, Ellen 6o
Matras, Martin 62
Mattei, James 36, 166
Mattson, Georgette 54, 145
Matulionis, Daniel 36, 97
Matz, Rodney 60, 180
Matzuer, Sue 59, 142
Mavis, Carol 66
Maxwell, Charles 67
May, Carol 48, 160
May, Phillip 66
May, Russell 50, 145
Mayer, Mary Jane 57
Mayhew, Jill 53, 96, 110
Mazurkiewicz, Cecilia 54, 88,
McBride, Catherine 61, 142
McCarthy, Elizabeth 64
McCarthy, Judith 54, 60, 108,
113, 114, I59
McCaskey, Bede 64
McConnell, Robert 67, 104
McCormick, Dennis 61
McDonald, Joanne 62
McFarlin, Pat 57, 62
McGhee, James 36, 214
McGinnis, Daniel 67
McGowan, Gerald 36, 69, 85,
99, 104, 199, I37
McGrath, L015 60
McGraw, William, Jr. 48, 111
McGuire, Michael 173
McIntosh, Keith 67
McKay, Bonnie 65
McKeever, Patrick 36, 208
McKinney, Bruce 36, 166
McLay, Ivan 36
McLean, Margaret 65
McLean, Mary Jean 145
McNally, Patricia 54, 60
Meacham, Jane 85, 134
Mead, Isabel 37
Mead, Verllin 51, 63
Meadows, James 117, 134
Medower, Barbara 52, 196
Mehre, Ida 53, 111, 114
Mehring, Chet 67, 180, 198
Meier, Eugene 37
Meinel, William 56, 169
Meingast, lane 56, 153
Melig, Robert 150, 174
Melillo, Mrs. C. V., 37, 98
Mell, Delores 55
Melville, Joan 52, 106
Melville, Kathleen 66
Melville, Linda 61
Menheer, Judith 66
Merkel, Lee 67, 165
Mess, Carolyn 47, 108
Messerschmidt, Leona 64
Messner, Anna 159
Meurer, Erjc 61, 92, 103
Meyer, Hendrik 37, 97
Meyer, Judy 66
Meyer, Kenneth 58
Meyer, Ma-riilyn 51, 52, 75, 163
Meyers, Pamela 57, 64
Michels, James 56
Mick, Dennis 166
Mickelson, Robert 37
Middlestead, Travis 37, 187, 209
Mikkelson, Karen 65
Miklovich, James 182
Mildbrandt, Sharon 37, 150, 158
Miles, James 117, 173, 190
Miles, Patricia 83, 119, 162
Milewski, Diane 66, 88
Milkie, Anne 60
Millan, Karen 66
Miller, Bonnie 64
Miller, Hagold 63
Miller, Jacqueline 64
Miller, James B. 92, 183, 212
Miller, James D. 154, 177
Miller, Joan 53, 74, 90, 119
Miller, Judy 162
Miller, Kenneth 62
Miller, Linda 66
Miller, Lynn 162
Miller, Mary Karen 53
Miller, Paul 37, 9o, 92
Miller Robert 63
Miller, Thomas A. 49
Miller, Thomas John 64
Millheam, Rex 54
Milligan, Patrick 60, 90, 180
Minayoshi, Jean 37, 110, 158
Miner, Ron 49
Mitchell, James 60
Mitchell, Mabel 64
Mittelstadt, Suzann 63, 90
Mjaanes, Linda 66
Mochel, Madeline 64, 137
Moe, Jane 64, 89
Moe, Thomas 64, 72
Moeller, Richard 110
Mohns, June 37 1
Money, Marilyn 62, 103
Monis, Janet 62
Monthie, Beverly 62
Moore, Roger 67
Moore, anald 117
Morey, David 67
Morgan, Jean 64
Morgan, Robert 37, 117
Morgan, Thomas 67, 173, 190
Morrison, Michael 67, 80
Mortell, Chip 57
Mortensen, Dave 48
Mosser, Mejbeth 63, 90
Moth, Marsha 9o, 94
Mottl, Diang 6o, 84, 89, 142
Motuelle, Henry 178
Mould, Patricia 37
Mounce, Danny 37
Moyse, Richard 55
Mozal, Richard 64
Mucha, Jan 155, 109
Mucha, Mike 47, 183, 212
Muehl, John 63
Muehl, Patricia 37, 69, 159
Muehr, M. 183
Mueller, Douglas 62
Mueller, Gerald 166
Mueller, Judith 163
Mueller, LouAnn 54, 89, 9o, 94
Mueller, Richard 64
Mueller, Rosemary 6o
Mundt, Michele 47, 110, 158
Murphy, John 64
Murphy, Kathleen F 65, 90
Murphy, Kathleen M. 65
Murray, Beverly 64
Musbach, Judith 63
Nagel, Evelyn 59
Nairn, Terry 60
Napierala, John 103
Nehring, James 55, 90
Nehs, Jim 38, 9s, 99
Nelson, Carol 47, 81, 109, 110
Nelson, Dennis 65, 166
Nelson, Kerry 67, 173
Nelson, Lee 63
Nelson, Loretta Rae 61
Nelson, Nancy 48
Nelson, Phillip 55
Nelson, Rolland 50
Nelson, Ronald 166
Nelson, Susan 46, 49, 79, 154'
Nelson, Thgmas 49, 110
Nelson, William 61
Nereim, Anne 137, 153
Nesbit, Les 38
Nettesheim, Karen 142, 158
Neuenschwander, Sandra 85, 154
Neuman, Floyd 60
Neuman, Michael 64
Neumann, Douglas 64, 201
New, William 64
Newton, Sally 64, 9o
Nichols, Nancy 114
Nicholson, Gary 38, 176
Nicholson, Mary 64
Nickelsen, John 119
Nicol, Kirby 49, 176, 205
Nicolaisen, D011 64
Nieman, Meribeth 64
Nietz, James 116, 209
Ninomiya, Takenori 57, 64, 73,
Nishimoto, Nancy 52, 110
Nitz, Larry 166
Nitzsche, Roger 183
Noesen, John 176
Noisen, Melvin 60
Nolan, Charles 54, 142, 165, 198
Noll Katherine 56, 109, 142, 152
Noltemeyer, Wilbert 38
Noonan, Margaret 64
Nordal, Terry 54, 166
Nordberg, Paul 62, 90, 165
Nordentoft, David 182, 190
Norem, Darlene 47
Norman, Alan 57
Northey, Carol 61, 89
Northey, Sylvia 90, 145
Nosek, Wesley 58, 171
Nottestad, Richard 61, 205
Novak, Ronald 183, 205
Nurnberg, Kenneth 60
Nuspl, John 51, 167
NuspI, Joseph 47. :67, x46
Nyberg, Nancy 163
Obenberger, Robert 49, 166
Obenberger, Fred 183
Obligato, Charlie 182
OyBrien, Frank 48, 99, 104
Debs, Frederick 145
08Day, Mary 47, 75, I62
Odinius, Nancy 49, 89, 167
O8Donald, Carol 66
O8Donnell, Edward 38
Oehmichen, Shirley 63
Oelhafen, June 51
Oelhafen, Richard 47, 166
Ohlsen, Robgrt 66, 85
Olbrich, Dorothy 49, 158
Oldenburg, James 62, 9o, 92, 137
Oleary, Janis 62
Olin, Donald 47, 50, 77, 80
Olin, Janet 52
Olin, Jerry 62
Olsen, Jorgen 62, 178
Olsen, Richard 110
Olsen, Steve 61, 178
Olson, Constance 58
Olson, Dalg 65
Olson, George 61
Olson, Karen 189
Olson, LaVreme 54, 110
Olson, Nancy 47, 119, 163
Olson, Ruth 62
Ondercin, Dave 183
O8Neill, Joe 182
Opitz, Lynn 66, 9o, 95
Ortwig, Joanne 38, 162
Osborn, John 47
Osterberg, Joan 54
Osterburg, Lawrence 85
Otto, Russell 38
Paap, Kathleen 54, 137
Packard, Jelfry 46, 48, 166
Paddock, Joanne 38 106
Padley, Sharon 67
Paepke, Barbara 109
Page, Gail 57
Pagel, Carl 48, 97
Pagel, Darlene 54, 96, 110
Pagliaro, William 182
Paitrick Marvin 38, 183, 187
Palinay, Chris 62
Palmer, Jack 60
Pankowski, Gerald 38
Papastefan, John 55, 84, 94
Pape, Nicholas 167
Parish, Frank 183, 190
Parish, Roger 190
Parker, Mary Ann 38, 159
Parkinson, Winn 56, 198
Parmeter, Larry 176
Parsloe, Ma1y Ann 64
Partenheimer, Walter 38, 134
Partipilo, W. Raymond 61
Paschke, John 61, 180
Pasold, Texjesa 64
Passini, John 61
Patch, Judith 47, 102, 103, 112
Patrick Bruce 38, 90, 91, 92, 108
Patten, Mark 187
Patyk, Gary 48
Paulsen, Jim 63, 198
Pautz, Richard 67
Pavek, Gail 65
Pavlik, Robert 53, 102, 103
Pawlak, Robert 67, 119
Payne, Roger 61
Paynter, Gaarder 54, 205
Pearson, Jeanne 64
Pechauer, James 46, 150, 207
Peck, Dennis 95
Pedersen, Ken 51
Peebles, Martin 48, 130
Pehanich, Robert 60, 197
Pelton, Georgia 53, 150, 216,
Perez, Ramon 60
Perry, David 67
Pertzborn, Helen 38, 109, 153
Petermann, Wendy 67, 112
Peters, David 61
Peters, Patricia 53
Peters, Sarah 48
Peters, Stephen 62
Petersen, Gary 67
Petersen, Pat 153, 212
Peterson, Alan 90
Peterson, Cheryl 6o, 89
Peterson, Constance 38
Peterson, Elizabeth 90, 160
Peterson, Harry 57
Peterson, Joan 56, 155
Peterson, Karen 52
Peterson, Karen 58
Peterson, Lil 77, 155, 212
Peterson, Mary 158
Peterson, Robert 50, 130, 131
Peterson, Ronald A. 209
Peterson, Ronald J. 38, 76, 98,
100, 101, 137
Peterson, Sandra 53
Peterson, Sonja 39, 90
Petrakis, Betty 67
Petrakis, Gus 183
Petrakis, Ted 46, 101 182
Petras, Catherine 39
Petzold, Timothy 55
Pfaff, Jimmie 64
PBsterer, William 90
Pflughoeft, Gloria 67
Phelps, Carol 39, 84, 162, 212
Phillippe, Margaret Ann 61
Phillips, Clifton 67
Phillips, John 66
Phillips, Kent 66
Phillips, Michael 66
Phipps, Jack 39, 69
Pickering, Catherine 62
Pickering, Donna 65
Pielin, Donald 51, 103
Pieper, Ronette 39, 154
Pierangeli, Barbara 54, 89, 162
Pierce, Bernard 59, 117, 208
Pierotti, Patrick 187, 190
Pikalek, Robert 57
Pinnow, Marlene 55, 90
Pior, George 183
Piorkowski, Louis 197
Pippel, Gary 62, 84
Pirkel, William 55
Pitzen, Mary Jane 58
Platt, Karen 46, 50, 159
Plautz, Patti 63, 103
Fleck, Sheri 63
Pleviak, Joseph 59
Poeppel, Richard 187, 190
Poisl, Dave 39
Pollard, Lois 39, 98, 101, 110
Polman, Richard 60
Poluyanskis, Joe 67
Ponyicsanyi, John 39
Ponyicsanyi, Carol 63, 84
Popanz, James 61
Popp, Charles 65, 178
Porter, Margaret 53
Pospeschil, Fred 39
Pospschil, Susan 74, 120
Potter, Dorothy 52, 119, 155
Potter, Robert 56
Powaser, Robert 39
Powell, JoAnn 155
Powers, Pearl 98
Prange, Carole 50, 142
Priaulx, Judith 39
Pribnow, Janice 48, 111, 159
Pritchard, Gary 56, 174
Pritchard, Richard 55
Pritzkow, Susan 67
Probell, Carol 50, 108, 110, 155
Procknow, Greg 55
Prodoeml, Larry 66
Propp, Ronald 64
Prudlow, Rosanne 52, 155
Pung, Barbara Ann.59
Purdy, Margaret 52, 89, 158
Purucker, James F.
Quamme, Sandra 52
Quillen, Patricia 196
Raasoch, Paul 65
Rabas, Cal 175
Race, Barbara 59
Radewan Kathleen 52, 114
Radloff, Richard 60
Radtke, Rose 47, 137
Raettig, Judith 59
Raffini, Jim 183, 190, 187
Rairdin, Patsy 54
Rakow, Sandy 154, 220
Ramthun, Harold 178, 196
Randall, Warren 65
Raniewicz, Richard 167
Ransom, Susan 59
Rasch, Jean 49, 75, 91. 94 9o
Rausch, Marie 63
Rauter, Barbara 59
Read, Janet 59
Rebholz, Mark 62
Redford, Janice 49
Reece, Judith 62
Reese, Harley 117
Reetz, Janet 77, 154, 109
Reeves, William 64, 209
Regan, Pete 142, 62
Regan, Patricia 54, 153, 212
Rein, Patricia 67, 89
Reining, Jo Ann
Reinke Carol 48, 162
Reinke, Lynda 59
Reiskytl, Cindy 59
Reiter, Dianne 58
Remmel, Barry 178, 142
Rennhak, Helen 39, 100,
Rennison, Kenneth 62, 103
Repky, Mildred 58, 114
Repyak, Jane 63
Reuter, Martha 58
Reuther, Margie 59
Rewald, Robert 55
Rezaian, Mohammed 197
Rhode, Elaine 63 .
Rhodes, David 166, 198, 190
Ribbeck, Allen 169
Rich, Paul 48
Richards, Mary 59
Richardson, Michael 50, 166
Rickard, Judith 58
Riddle, John 178
Riedmayer, Barbara 59
Riemer, Barbara 59
Riese, Carole 62
Riese, Mark 174
Riley, Kathleen 48, 98
Ripp, Avitus 190, 214
Ritchie, William 53, 176
Ritger, Rita 36, 69, 109, 110, 142,
thter, Adrxenne 59
Rittmann, Mary Lee 58
Roach, Mary 39, 69, 216, 217
Robbins, Hazel 58
Roberts, Allen 51, 85, 88, 94
Robinson, Thomas 63, 130
Rochwerger. Leonard 111
Rodd, William 55
Rodee, John 63, 173
Rogers, Gary 55
Rohrbach, David 63, 146
Rolfs, Carolyn 52, 89, 145
Rolstad, Nancy 39, 150, 155
Rondou, Bob 173, 186, 190
Roost, Allan 67, 142
Roou, Philip 61
Ropers, Raymond 54
Rose, Allen 130
Rosendall, Jane 65
Rosenmeier, Diane 58
Rosenthal, Ernie 63
Roso, John 117, 201
Ross, Dennis 39, 176
Ross, Judy 4o, 96. 153
Rossmiller, William 169
Roth, Randolph 48
Ro:h, Sally Ann 40, 78, 159
Rothenbueler, Rosemary 52, 155
Rothschadl, James 51
Rothschadl, Ronald 59
Rouleau, Gregory 117
Rousseau, Bob 117
Rowin, Roger 59
Rubach, Richard 58
Rubert, Steven 66, 165
Ruda, Faith 58
Rude, Judith 58
Ruff, Penny 56, 155
Ruhland, James 58
Ruland, Ross 182, 187, 190
Rundquist, Donald 61
Rupnow, john 63
Rusch, Richard 62, 169
Rutsch, Ken 47
Ryba, Carl 53
Rybacki, Marsha 58
Rye, Robert 62
Ryer, Carolyn 40, 85, 88, 89
Sabey, Edward 56, 204
Sager, John 167
Salanda, Douglas 51, 169
Salverson, David 52, 197
Samolinski, Michael 40, 117
Sampo, Gail 54, 154
Samson, Susan 58
Samz, Charlotte 50, 159
Sanderson, Sandra 119
Sands, Richard 61
Santschi, Karen 51
Sarbacher, Janet 61
Sasman, Sally 58
Sassali, Maxine 61
Sauerberg, John 40
Sauve, Barbara 58
Schacht, Jean 57
Schaal, May Ellen
Schaefer, Audrey 58
Schaefer, Donna 52, 106, 109
Schaefer, Greg 40
Schaefer, Helen 56, 75, 160
Schaefer, Judith Ann 58
Schaefer, Robert 84, 88
Schaetten, Gene 169
Schafer, Richard 40, 26
SchaEer, Thomas 40, 176
Schauer, Francis 60
Schauman, Lee 60
Schaus, Judith 63, 89
Schecher, Jane 61
Schellpfeffer, Robert 66
Schenk, Dawn 50, 163, 212
Scherrer, Arlene 40, 142
Scherrer, Roger 47, 111, I42
Scheuerell, Gary 166
Schicker, Mary 54, 142
Schiefelbein, Albert 66
Schiefelbein, Brent 56
Schiefelbein, Clifford 40
Schiele, Dewey 40, 182
Scniewe, Sue 57
Schilleman, Tom 67
Schiller, Fred 65
Schimmelpiennig, Carol 66, 90
Schindler, Donald 49, 177
Schindler, Susan 54, 85, 159
Schlitz, Suzanne 58
Schloemer, Jane 58
Schmal, Barbara 111
Schmaling, Rose Ann
Schmalz, Ken 58
Schmear, Chester 65, 190
Schmeling, Richard 54,
Schmidt, Barbara 52
Schmidt, Brian 53, 173
Schmidt,Je11y 58, 180, 190
Schmidt, John 53, 182
Schmidt, Judith 47, 111, 110
Schmidt, Lynn 60
Cchmidt, Ronald 97
Schmiling, Nancy 61
Schmitt, Pat 56
Schmitz, Bill 40
Schmitz, Larry 56, 177
Schmitz, Thomas 40, 167
Schmoll, john 50, 167
Schmude, Frederick 47, 97
Schneeberger, Elaine 55, 89,
Schneeweis, Carole 55, 155
Schneider, Robert A. 53, 76, 119,
Schneider, Robert E. 48
Schneider, Susan 61
Schnitger, Wayne 54
Schober, Margaret 60, 90
Shoene, Michael 21, 81, 169, 183
Schoenfeld, Wally 4o, 26, 69,
101, 110, 207
Schoenfeldt, Sandra 67
Schommer, Bob 63
Schonta, Robert A 97
Schopen, Joseph 65
Schrag, Gary 53, 135
Schraufnagel, Larry 61'
Schroeder, David 66
Schroeder, John 40
Schroeder, John R.
Schroeder, Marilyn J. 60, 89
Schroeder, Mary 60
Schroeder, Robert 58
Schroeder, Vera Mac 159
Schuetz, Marlea 47, 110, 111, 114
Shuetze, Art 58
Schuld, Lyle Roy 63
Schult, Marlene 66, 89, 90
Schultz, Carol 52, 89, 159
Schultz, David R. 59
Schultz, David 205
Schultz, Frances 47
Schultz, Maxine 63
Schultz, Melody G. 66
Schultz, Robert, 41, 117, 175, 212
Schulz, Ardys 66
Schulz, Jeffreys 53, 80
Schulz, Lois 58
Schwab, John 58
Schwaller, Sharon 50, 106
Schwan, Judith 55, 163
Schwartz, Diane 62
Schwartz, Naomi 62
Schwartz, Robert 67
Schwartzlow, Eugene 67
Schwartzlow, Jerry 41
Schwebach, Joseph 67
Schwoegler, Thomas 173
Scobie, William 90, 112, 145
Scoggins, Cheryl 67
Scott, Alan 41, 69
Scott, Michael 46, 202
Scott, Susan 62, 134
Seeley, Dennis 66
Seianas, Michaelene 50,
Seidl, Carol 163, 187
Seiler, William Jr. 49, 99, 104,
Seim, Sharon 63
Seitz, Jean 63
Seitz, John 41
Sell, Denise 56, 163
Senkerik, John 63
Shaffer, James 67
Shager, Jeanne 67
Shampo, Helen 89, 90
Shay, Gerald 49
Shealy, Cary 61
Shebesta, Paul 56
Shebiel, James 112
Sheehan, Dennis 58
Sheehan, John 174
Sheggrud, Darryl 54
Sheldon, Clifford 183, 186
Sheldon, Gene 212
Sheldon, Terry 205
Shepherd, Sandra 67
Sheppard, Peter 41, 142
Sherry, Stephen 79, 117
Sherwood, Clayton 117, 165
Sherwood, Rhoda 158
Shewczyk, Nancy 49, 152
Shields, Edward A
Shiffra, Edward .VV.
Shim, Chi Sup
Shimaitis, Richard 63
Shober, Stephen 55
Sholts, Jean 41, 100, 101
Shouldice, Lorna 62
Shower, Karen 50, 106, 153
Showers, Danne M. 64
Shulstad, Constance 66
Sibley, Josef 72
Sickinger, Nancy 62, 120
Siedschlag, Paul 49, 167
Siegel, Glenn 167, 198
Siegel, Julie 58
Siegenthaler, Fritz Richard 65
Sieger, Joan 41, 153, 220
Siert, Edward 41
Siffren, Lee R. 63
Sigurdsson, Ivar 167
Siivonen, John 67, 169
Simdon, Carolyn 41
Simma, Thomas F. 65, 197
Simmons, Sue 50
Simon, Catherine 48, 109
Simon, Sandra 57
Simpson, Barbara 67
Simpson, Larry C. 62, 80
Sinclair, John 60
Sine, Cecelia 63
Sipiora, Barbara 63
Sipolr, Thomas 173
Sippel, Donald 47, 178
Slamp, Judith C. 85
Slaninka, Dorothy 59, 89, 142
Slater, Dorothy 103
Slinde, Stephen 52
Sloan, Judy 41, 69, 76, 154, 216,
Smarslik, John W. 41, 117
Smigun, Donna 62
Smith, Barbara L.
Smith, Barbara Lynn
Smith, Barry Lee 62
Smith, Gary 119
Smith, Gordon C. 41, 84, 88
Smith, Judith A. 67
Smith, Lani 54, 77, 154
Smith, Mabel G. 66
Smith, Robert K. 52, 80, 92
Smith, Rod 41
Smith, Ronald 62
Smifh, Steven 65, 92
Smith, Susan 65, 103
Smith, Virginia 61
Smokowicz, Elaine 55
Sniderwin, Mary Jo 53
Snodgrass, Toby 55, 167
Sobkoviak, Kenneth 66
Salem, Freyal 67
Sommers, Dean 56
Sonnenburg, Rod 173
Sorenson, Barbara J.
Sorenson, David 48, 130, 212
Soroski, Patricia 119
Soule, Bob 48, 167
Spaeth, Bernie 180
Spang, Geqrgia 65
Spangler, Robert L.
Sparkman, Pamela 58
Spataro, Jim 51, 182, 186
Spaulding, Judy 50, 106
Speer, Glen 176
Spencer, Dale 99, 104, 105, 116
Speri, Bob 95
Sperle, Sharon 64
Spiegelhoff, Jerry 183, 187
Spielman, Dennis 167
Spillers, Mary Louise
Spongberg, Karen 55, 163
Sprague, Gloria 48
Staacke, Edward 165, 197
230- S'ruden'r Index
Staben, Lathera Ann 63, 90
Stafford, Janis 26, 41
Stalbaum, Virginia 56
Stanford, Sharon 51
Stapleford, Wayne 166, 197
Stark, Elizabeth 58
Stark, Julianne 41, 154
Stark, Richard 64
Starker, Darlene 59
Statz, Esther 63
Stearns, Milton 41
Steele, Oscar 49, 96, 111, 166
Steele, Richard 50
Steffen, Dan 56, 190
Steffen, Joe 42, 186, 198
Steffens, Robert 65
Stehling, Carol 63
Steinberger, Elizabeth 53, 110,
Steiner, Marie 53, 114
Steinhart, Jane 60
Steinke, Robert 65
Steinmetzl, Jerry 62
Stenulson, JoEllen 55, 88
Stephenson, Philip 64, 142
Sternberg, Harold 42
Sternberg, William 62, 173
Sternig, Roberta 65, 84
Sterr, Beverly 62
Stevens, Donald 42, 97
Stevens, Russell 49, 183
Stewart, Marijean 56
Stinson, Gary 58
Stockholm, Mary Karen 54, 155
Stockstad, Darlene 50, 98 --
Stodola, John 52'
Stoecker, Lynn Charles 167
Stohr, Charles 62
Stoklosa, Raymond 53, 165
Stolarz, Patricia 42, 108, 114
Stoltmann, Nancy 220
Stoltz, Richard 64, 173, 197
Stoklosa, Raymond 53
Stoner, Johnny Beth
Stout, John 52
Stout, Tom 67
Stowell, June 47, 114
Straka, Russel 177
Strapko, Kathryn 63
Strebe, Janice 42
Streeter, Patricia 69
Stray, Robert 84, 94
Stringer, Kathy 153
Strini, Carol 55, 90, 111, 114
Stronn, Kathleen 42, 108
Stube, Barbara 54, 79
Stuessi. Karol 60
Sturtz, Suzanne 66, 137
Stute, Mary 42, 109, 154
Sullivan, Dan 42, 183, 212
Sullivan, John 4,2, 205
Sullivan, John E. 61
Sumwalt, Melvin 59
Sutrick, Karen 61
Sutter, William 99, 104
Svatos, Norbert 59, 178
Swanson, Sherman 51, 97
Swartz, Katherine 59
Swisher, Roy 117
Sydow, Donald 186, 190
Tabat, Barbara 54, 75, 160
Tacks, Bruce 176
Tackes, Carol 63
Tait, John 60, 142
Tanner, Leanne 42, 155
Taylor, Karl 61
Teal, Ronald 60
Temple, Dennis 63
Templeton, Jean 64
Templeton, Margaret 61
Terracina, Roger 64, 9o, 92
Terrill, Janine 59
Terry, Tom 57
Terwall, Beatrice 109, 152
Teska, Jerome 53, 119, 130
Tesser, Carol 53, 89, 142
Tesser, Mary Ann 59, 84
Tessmann, Carol Sue 57, 58, 89
Tessmer, Everett 52
Tews, Carolynn Ruth 66
Thayer, James 42
Theisen, Robert 182
Thessin, Jean 62
Theune, Peter 52, 90, 130, 135
Thielen, Kathleen 63
Thielmann, Wayne 42, 176
Thoenes, Kenneth 135
Thom, Donald 84, 130, 131
Thomas, John 173
Thomas, Robert 61, 209
Thompson, Diane 58
Thompson, Donald 190
Thompson, Mary 53, 163
Thornton, Lynn 61
Thorstad, Gerald 55, 92
Thostenson, Robert 54, 173
Thubauville, Jeanine 66
Thurber, Bruce 43
Thurow, Jean 61
Tighe, Jane 77, 155
Timler, Julie 48, 108, 112, 137
Timmerman, Arlene 162
Timmermann, Janice 55
Tipple, Karen 49, 135
Tiritilli, Rosario 62
Titus, Charles 43, 97
Todd, Lee 117, 169
Toelle, Barbara 56, 160
Tofson, Dewey 49, 167
Tofte, Thomas 66
Tolg, Linda 113, 114
Toomey, Keith 166, 205
Torsrud, Ross 43, 146
Toth, Kathleen 62
Towne, Gale 43
Traeder, Jane 59
Trachte, Jane 50, 89, 90, 94, 98
Trautman, Mona 43, 69, 74, 141
Travis, Ronald 56, 9o, 95, 104
Treadway, Jack 62
Tremaine, Judith 61
Trudeau, Michael 166, 202
Truesdell, Zoe Ann
Truttschel, Jean 56
Tschumper, John 117
Tubbs, Mary 48, 159
Tucker, Kathy 155
Tung, Vincent 173
Turner, J. Scott 49
Tuschen, Peggy 158
Ulferts, Gordon 64
Underhill, Neal 57
Underwood, Nancy Kay
Underwood, Paul 64, 190
Vail, Rodney 104
Van Cura, Mary Ann 154
Vander Brug, Jill 6o
Vander Brug, Karen
Vanden Heuvel, Bob 43, 166,
Vande Sand, M. Eileen 50, 106,
Vandervort, Robert 53
Vandervort, Ronald 63, 173
Van Laanen, Arlis 43, 99, 102,
Van Laanen, Lillian 67
Van Rens, Charles 52, 167
Van Sluys, Nathan 53
Van Valin, Dorothy 43
Vehrs, Mary Ann 43, 69, 96,
98, 101, 152
Veitch, Mary Ellen 49
Verthein, Norberta 90, 152
Vesbach, Eileen 65
Vesbach, John 55, 205
Vetter, Dennis 63, 202, 205
Victor, Karolyn 50, 158, 212
Villwock, Kathleen 66
Vinz, Marvin 57, 59
Vogt, Susan 50, 108, 155
Voigt, Gerald 47
Volberding, Dale 90
Volhard, Gerald 43
von Dahlen, Max 61
von Heimburg, Tom 60
Voorhees, John 60, 165
Vorpagel, Stuart 47, 130, 131
Vase, Theresa 49
Voy, Gerald 54
Waddell, John 67
Waga, Stanley 55
Wagner, Patricia 59
Wagner, Sharon 50, 142, 153
Wahlberg, Wayne 53, 119, 167
VVahImark Philip 62
Waite, Carole 54.
Wake, David C. 117
Walker, Bob 58
Walker, David 117
Walker, Patrick 117
Walker, Wayne E. 63
Wallace, Gary 43
Wallace, Gary E. 58
Wallace, Robert 59, 117
Walrath, Donald E.
Walsh, Pamela S. 65
Walsh, Pat 65
Walters, Cheryl Lynn 54, 89
Walther, Gerald M. 65
Walton, Elaine 162
Wandrey, John 54, 92
Wandschneider, Michael 53,
Wanish, Kerry L. 137
Wanninger, Constance 74, 98,
Wardlow, John 65
Warren, Richard 56, 178, 196
Washington, Beverly 66, 88,
Waterstreet, Mary 61
Watson, Jerry 176
Watzke, David 55, 130, 131, 135
Waugh, Duane W. 67
Waymire, Rona L 63
Weaver, Gerry 63
Weaver, Patricia 47
Webb, Gary 90, 167
Weber, Patty Ann 60
Weber, Richard J. 52
Weber, Rodney 56, 175
Weber, Sandra 79, 159, 162
Weber, Sharon 54.
Weckerle, Jo Ann
Wedeward, Dave 53
Weede, Lawrence S.
Weeden, Dawn 54, 134
Weeks, Floyd 177, 186, 205
Wege, Janice Mary 44
Wegner, Norman 47
Wehland, Richard A.
Wehr, Kathleen 47
Weibel, Ann 154.
Weiher, Freeman 65
Weiland, Trudy 137, 152
Weink, Kathleen 26, 44, 69, 163
Weis, Ronald 182
Weisensel, Hubert C.
Weisensel, Karen 56
Weishaar, Wayne 44, 176
Weiss, K. Jane 44
Weitzel, Evelyn 59
Welch, Judith 66
Welch, Ronald 44
Welke, Doug 190
Weller, Barbara 62
Wells, Jane 67
Welty, Karen 53, 153
Wendelburg, T0111 79
Wenninger, Marcia A. 60
VVentworth, Susan 65
Werdermann, Patricia Ann
Werner, Susan 16o
Wescott, Thomas 44
Wesemann, Arlene 52
Wessies, Alan 8
West, Barbara 44, 69, 89, 90, 91,
94. 98, 154
West, Gary 5o
Westendorf, Richard 56
Westphal, Ken 50
Westphal, Maxine 55, 90
Wetherall, Jerry J. 117
Wettengel, Robert 61
Weum, Joseph Jr.
Weyers, Charles 44
VVhalen, Robert B. 62
Wheeler, Marilyn C. 65
Whinnery, Mary 66
Whisman, Gerald O. 53
White, Beverly 63, 163
White, Kathleen 62
White, Kenneth N. 62
White, Marshal J. 48, 92, 90,
White, Wesley 190, 205
Whiteside, Daniel 66
Whitford, Richard J. 60
Wick, David R. 60, 90
Wicker, Richard 50
Wickland. Kenneth 44
Wiedenheft, Dona 55, 163
Wiedenheft, Dyan 6o
Wiedenhoeft, Denis 6o
Wiedrich, Marjory 145
VViegner, Marilyn 56, 110
Wiemer, Frederick 57
Wigderson, W. D. 51, 95, 99,
Wike, Allan A.
Wilbert, Albert 58
Wilcox, Donald 44
Wild, Barbara J. 63
Wild, Joseph W.
Wilde, Wayne 197
Wildermuth, Ronald D 56
Wilear, Barbara 53
VVilger, Lloyd M.
Wilkie, Thomas 103
Willadsen, David 57
Willems, Jule 166
Williams, Judith 55, 111, 159
Williams, Lewis 62
Williamson, Pamela 64
Willoughby, John 150, 166
Wills, Thomas 49, 166
Willson, Robert A.
Wilson, Harry L. I31, 130, 146
Wilson, Karen 60
Wilson, Marcia E. 59
Wilson, Richard 60, 173, 197
Wilton, Ethel 51, 114
Winn, Mary A. 64, 142
Winnen, David 47
Winnes, Richard 64
Wirth, Nancy 64
Wiskow, Tom 178
Wisniewski, Mary 50, 110
Witkins, Ann 142
VVittkopp, Michael Jon 64
Wittman, Sandra 56, 112
Wojtkiewicz, Jerome 61
Wojtowicz, Frances 48, 81
VVolcott, Karen 47
Wolf, Gerald 52, 182, 205
Wolf, James 61
Wolff, Beverly 62
Wolff, Fred 65
Wolff, Robert 97
Weller, Jeanne 150, 153
Wolosz, Henry 190
Wolters, Pat 64
Woltmann, Joyce 65
Woltring, Bmira 65
Woodbury, Nancy 45
Worachek, Joe 66, 208
Worden, Kathy 47, 98, 106, 112
Wornson, Judy 65, 142
Wosilait, Nancy 52, 145
Wrasse, Neila 50, 106, 162
Wright, William 59
VVunrow, William 47
Wunsch, Michael 45, 69, 101
Wyman, Gail 65
Wyss, Patricia 89, 90
1 82, 1 50,
Yatzeck, Jim 66
Young, Beverly 47, 75, 158
Young, Denver 60, 197
Young, Rodney 45, 72, I67
Yug, Marjorie 45, 103
Zagrodnik, Thomas 190
Zahn, Don 177
Zahn, Kent E. 101
Zahnzinger, Robert 66
Zahringer, Joseph W.
Zantow, Steve 46, 96, 169
Zastrow, Mary Lou 66
Zastrow, Susan 45, 155
Zeaman, Bonita 10 56
Zech, Carol 59, 147
Zeeh, Charles 67, 142
Zeidler, Cheryl 75
Zeiger, Jerry 183 197
Zeigle, Jeff 53, I97
Zell, David 63, 84, 147
Zellmer, David 63
Zelm, Gerald 56
Zelm, Merlin 49
Zens, Tony 19o
Zenz, Mary Jane 59, 84
Zernicke, Ellen 55
Zibell, Gerald 67
Zickerman, Rosemary 45, 69,
97, 98, 142, I50
Ziebarth, Ute 59, 137
Ziech, David 45
Ziegelmann, Janice 50, 107, 152
Ziegler, Carql 158
Zielke, D011 55
Zilles, Donna 58
Zimmerman, Judy 53, 120, 119
Zimmerman, Robert 112
Zinda, Patricia 48, 75, 160, 142
Zinda, Thomas 67, 178
Zinke, Don 137
Zipperer, Paul 166
Zirk, Carl 47, 97
Zirzow, Carol Ann 58
Zitka, Shirley 101
Zoellner, Thomas 59, 85, 169,
Zuehls, Betty Ann 55, 84, 120,
Zuffa, Jerold 130
Zunker, Susan 58
Zurich, Nada 56, 160
Zwieg, Joanne 48, 109
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