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XVXXVN , i6?i jk ' mim„a k - " i A •■. ' ' ' . :r ■ ' SSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE VHIVERSITY OF WYOMING PKESEHTS t PATT ASSISTANT EDITOR. CARL KI 80 BUSINESS MANAGER, MARY 8RESLIN 1 VOLUfAE XXXVIII PUBLISHED 1951. LARAMIE, WYO AIHG « wlj ; E DEDICATE THIS 1951 WYO to the students of the University . . . the young people who must give up security as an ideal. In this atomic age when the most distant points on the earth are but a few hours away, it becomes quite evident that we live in a wonderful but dangerous era. It is a time when the wonders of science seem as amazing as the fantastic happenings in the most far-fetched comic-strip. It is a time when men must worry about " flying saucers " and atomic radiation. It is a time when men must be strong, looking forward and never back. We dedicate this book to those who will strive for " New Frontiers " . , . For that distant hope when all men will be brothers and all nations will be united. » OREWORD n this volume we trust you will find, Many pictures which bring back to mind The Collegiate joys And the girls and the boys. And professors, and deans, and their kin " We have tried to appease every whim. We have pictures of Suzy and Jim, Of erudite scholars. And " Magnolia Maulers, " And 6f Co-Eds, both chubby and slim. Yet the Editor ' s face shows dejection. When he looks at this book of perfection, For it ' s easy to see. That it may never be, A Book-of-the-Month club selection. . jg::- % r -f f — M ___ " -m i vXc oday, frontiers are more challeng- ing than those of the Overland Trail, It is no longer a challenge of nature, but more a challenge of the forces of nature that are working for us. Pioneering new frontiers at the University of Wyoming is President G. D. Humphrey. One of the outstanding accomplishments President Humphrey has done since he came to the University has been to help extend all University services to different parts of the state. This has been achieved through broadening and developing com- munity services, correspondence courses, and general extension. He also has great interest in increased co- operation with towns where University Centers are located, the helping and de- velopment of Casper Junior College, in- tensification of work at the University farms in eight parts of the state. President Humphrey has helped further education in the fields of veterinary medicine and dentistry in eleven of the western states, and has inaugurated education, business, and resources research, which include ex- periments in atomic energy. President Humphrey looks on as Governor Crane lays corner stone at New Education Building. % d Main, which once housed the entire University of Wyoming, remains the principal building on the campus. In it are the many adminis- trative offices of the President, the Deans, the Board of Trustees, and all the other people in high places who help rule this " Kingdom " of 144 acres. University Hall, or Old Main, as it is familiarly known on the campus, was completed in 1887 and extensively remodeled in 1949. All the old interior was taken out and replaced by new fixtures, such as masonry walls, steel windows with plate glass, and concrete stairways. The old auditorium was taken out and made into office suites for the administra- tive staffs of Personnel, Adult Education, Veterans ' Relations, Student Employment, and Property. The remodeling of Old Main was only a small portion of the $7,500,000 building program which is making the University of Wyoming campus one of the finest in the Nation. 8 yoming Hall represents a " new frontier " in housing conditions at the University of Wyoming. The huge building houses about 400 single men in a modern, hotel atmosphere. The double rooms are done in eight pastel shades and the beds are prob- ably softer than those the men sleep in at home. There is a large lounge enclosed in thermopane glass, and the border around the floor has the insignia of various frats inlaid in linoleum. The spacious building was completed just after fall quarter began at a cost of $980,000. 10 ! i S I! BS i! NEW WVOMfNG HALL MEN ' S RESIDENCE y r««y - " V! -- ; -:•■, ' .JNtpif .:t- , .-f. ' ._ ■rv 7 .. ' il! -• . • -• i tjrj 0 2 January of 1950, 87 girls moved into the new South Wing of Knight Hall. Completion of the addition marked another step in fulfill ' ment of the dream of providing pleasant, comfortable, modern housing for all girls on the campus, which began in 1940 with Knight Hall itself. The new wing alleviated the problem of housing for women which existed at the time, by taking in many of the girls who had lived in town and about 20 sorority girls. There are 33 double rooms, and seven rooms for three along its spacious corridors. The rooms are homey, airy, and dec- orated in soft pastels. Although it adjoins Knight Hall and uses many of the same facilities. South Wing functions as an independent unit, with its own office and reception rooms. Like the rest of the building, the ad- dition is of native stone from the University ' s own quarries. Careful landscaping leading up to the gracious entrance helps to make this mas- sive structure one of the most beautiful on the campus. •» »fi iW ' C " " 12 : mmh ' ■- " " -,. ■ -,; ' t i, ' % %.M 4 m I 4 I K . Nil -• , ' : 7!k ' ;- t ' " •• ? ' w - ■ " V . -r . ;. II ur NEW SOUTH WING OF KNIGHT HALL C he he 160 rooms and 105,613 square feet of floor space will enable the College of Education to handle about twice the December, 1949 en- rollment, then at an all-time high of 600 students. The building will include a nursery-kindergarten, a 12-grade laboratory school, college classrooms, service rooms and extremely modern clinical facilities. Also included will be an auditorium 60 by 65 feet, and a regu- lation high school gym with a playing floor 50 by 84 feet. It will include all this plus very classy, very scientific, very modern, green blackboards in the classrooms. The gigantic building should be finished next summer. 14 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION BUfLDfNG r w ' i " - =«»_ TABLE OF CONTENTS V i DEDICATION AND FOREWORD . 3 INTRODUCTION 5 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 17 CLASSES .33 ORGANIZATIONS AND HONORARIES 97 MILITARY 161 FRATERNITY AND SORORITY 177 QUEENS .241 PUBLICATIONS 255 SPORTS . ... . . .265 STUDENT LIFE . , . . . .297 ADVERTISING AND INDEX 319 A. ' h 4 -y V ■-m ,■=• 16 vc- I KW IIIIIIIIII UHII I H ADMfNfSTRATfON FACULTY GOVERNOR CRANE, who was president of the University of Wyoming from 1922- 1941 and is now President Emeritus, has never ceased to be keenly interested in and alert to matters pertaining to the University. He has gained the title of " the Builder " through his long years of service, as a result of his untiring efforts to create a bigger and better institution of higher learning for the State of Wyoming. During Dr. Crane ' s reign as Governor, he has taken part in many of the school ' s most important ceremonies. He was speaker at both the 1949 and 1950 Commencement Exercises. Governor Crane Ex ' Officio Member of Board of Trustees 18 BOARD OF TRUSTEES, appointed by the Governor of Wyoming with the consent of the State Senate, consists of nine active mem- bers. They are Milward L. Simpson, Presi- dent of the Board, Earle G. Burwell, Tracy S. McCraken, Joseph R. Sullivan, H. D. Wat- enpaugh, Clifford P. Hansen, Harold Del Monte, Mrs. Lorna Patterson, and John A. Reed. A. G. Crane, Edna B. Stolt, and George Duke Humphrey are ex-officio mem- bers. These Board members are confident that there are endless new frontiers open for ex- ploration and development in our great, growing University of Wyoming. Wonderful opportunities are waiting for the ambitious, far-seeing student in the search for new and hitherto unknown natural resources and in- dustries, in the improvement and develop- ment of all types of ranching, farming, and manufacturing, and in cultural and educa- tional fields. The University will continue to grow and prosper as it fills the needs of enquiring youth. Board members not shown: Earle G. Burwell Clifford Hansen Mrs. George Patterson Edna B. Stolt Milward L. Simpson Henry D. Watenpaugh Tracy S. McCraken J. R. Sullivan President Humphrey H. D. DelMonte John Reed 19 DEAN LUELLA GALLIVER came to the University of Wyoming in 1926 as Freshmen dean and director of the freshmen dorm, which was then Merica Hall. In 1931 she became acting dean and the next year she was carrying the full responsibility of guid- ing the Wyoming coeds. During the 22 years that Miss Galliver has been here, she has seen the beginnings of many of the organizations on the campus, and has aided in the growth of the Univer- sity and the people who are a part of it. DEAN A. L. KEENEY. Since those hectic days of 1946, when enrollment at the uni- versity tripled, things like housing married veterans, solving their subsequent problems, and being a " dutch uncle " to the 2000-odd cowboys on the campus have become routine to Dean Keeney. The Dean also keeps a pa- ternal eye on the thirteen active fraternities . . . and they all have homes, now. Friendly smiles and words of advice are dealt out im- partially from behind the big desk in his office on the third floor of Old Main. C. B. Jensen Buildings and Grounds ADMINISTRATION One of the largest departments on the campus and one that certainly covers the most territory is the Buildings and Grounds Department. As head of this department, C. B. Jensen watches over all the maintenance, repair, and remodeling for the entire campus. The man who is in charge of those unending lines during registration is R. E. McWhinnie. As a stU ' dent at the University of Wyoming, he became fas- cinated with those lines and became the University registrar. He has spent some 30 years in this capacity. For many years, John A. Hill was Dean of the Col- lege of Agriculture. He kept Wyoming ' s Ag College standards high — it ranked among the top agricul- tural schools in the nation. Last year, after serving the University well, Mr. Hill retired as Dean and now serves as Vice President of the University. In the Army, it was the chaplain you told your troubles to. At the University of Wyoming, the ex-G. I. ' s tell their troubles to Mr. L. S. Crawford. He ' s the man who can tell you how much longer you ' ll be getting those subsistance checks. R. E. McWhinnie Registrar r J. A. Hill Vice ' President, University L. S. Crawford Veterans Administration 21 N. O. Rush Director, University Library L. G. Meeboer University Business Manager Mr. L. G. Meeboer is the man who pays the bills here at this multi-million dollar institution. You think your bills are high . . . brother, you haven ' t seen anything. Mr. N. O. Rush, who came very recently to the Uni- versity of Wyoming, has developed our present li- brary to a degree that had never previously been reached. He has many plans for the development of a new library. Construction on the new build- ing is slated to begin sometime in 1951. Dr. O. R. Hendrix is in charge of the testing services which find whether students are best fitted for teach- ing school or washing dishes. He plays an impor- tant part in finding jobs for graduating students. He also lends an ear to students with long, sad stories who find college life not to their liking. Mr. J. D. Alford is a school teacher who doesn ' t know whether his students are slim, chubby, or ob- noxious. He is in charge of all the correspondence courses which are mailed to all parts of the state. O. R. Hendrix Personnel and Guidance J. D. Alford Correspondence Study 22 y Fay E. Smith Fiscal Consultant ADMINISTRATION Mr. Fay E. Smith knows that the cost of running a University is high. He is one of the financial wiz- ards who helps keep the budget under control. Bell gave us the telephone, Morse gave us the tele- graph, but Walt Miller gave us the seven cent bottle of pop. He is taking our Union out of the red and is putting it on solid financial ground. When John Jones or Mary Smith cracks the Honor Roll or does something else equally difficult. Miss Gertrude Dorety is the one who sends their names in to the home-town newspaper. She serves as pub- licity agent for all the students on the campus. Mr. H. L. Van Blair is the keeper of the A.S.U.W. books. He is the man who gets hot on your trail if he finds that you owe the University money. He keeps strict surveillance on the school budget. R. Walter Miller Student Union Director Gertrude Dorety News Service Harold L. Van Blair Auditor, Student Accounts 23 H. M. Briggs Dean of Agriculture R. R. Hamilton Dean of Law DEANS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS This year, the theme of our WYO is " New Fron- tiers. " Befitting our theme, we have asked some of the Deans and Department heads to speculate on the exploration and development of new frontiers still to be pioneered in each of their departments. Dean H. M. Briggs was not in Laramie at the time of the WYO interviews and was therefore not avail- able for comment. This is Dr. Briggs ' first year as head of the College of Agriculture, and we are sure he has many ideas for developing and exploring new frontiers in Agriculture. Dean R. R. Hamilton: Although it may be a sur- prise to many people, we do not plan to have too much of an increase in enrollment because we do not wish to overpopulate the state with lawyers. However, we do plan to extend our legal services to various agencies in the state. Dean David O ' Day: Being a comparatively new de- partment in the university, we have a great many plans for expansion, such as increasing library facili- ties, installing two new laboratories, and the taking over of the first three floors of Merica Hall. Dean Mundell: The College of Commerce and In- dustry is working on improvements and changes in each four-year curriculum and in each individual course. It is anticipated that physical facilities and equipment will continue to be the best available. i stfY ioa David W. O ' Day Dean of Pharmacy M. C. Mundell Dean of Commerce 24 m Dr. S. H. Knight was in Washington D. C. at the time he was scheduled for interview and so we could not contact him for a statement. Dr. Knight has served the University of Wyoming for many years and is outstanding in the field of geology. Dean H. T, Person: Our main frontiers for explora- tion in this department are expansion in graduate work in engineering and increased research activity. We will continue our program of top-notch under- graduate work in all fields. Dr. Robert H. Burns, one of America ' s outstanding experts in wool, was not available for comment on the expansion of his department in future years. Dean O. C. Schwiering: In the future, our five-year unified training program will be developed to train elementary and secondary teachers at the same time. One quarter of required Internship Training will be introduced. Our dreams will come true when the new education building is completed. It will be one of the finest training plants in the United States. Dean O. H. Rechard: The strengthening of present offerings, the development of programs for general education, expansion into fields appropriate to the college but hitherto uncultivated, and continued emphasis on stimulating teaching — these carry challenges of new, unexplored frontiers. S. H. Knight Acting Dean of Graduate School and Head of Geology Department H. T. Person Dean of Engineering R. H. Burns Head of Wool Department O. H. Rechard Dean of Liberal Arts O. C. Schwiering Dean of Education 25 R. D. Watkins Men ' s Physical Ed. Miss E. J. McKittrick Home Economics L. R. Kilzer Secondary Education Miss E. J. McKittrick was unable to be interview ed as to how her department plans expansion and de- velopment in future years. Mr. R. D. Watkins: We want to develop a com- plete course in Recreation. There is a great demand for Recreational supervisors in the large cities. This program would include instruction in dance, festi- val, sport leagues, and aquatics. A. E. Bowman Agronomy Extension Seri ' ice 26 Mr. L. R. Kilzer: The internship of teachers is the principle goal of this department. We want to put them on the firing line and see how they react under authentic teaching conditions. We want to use a five year training program, instead of just four. Mr. A. E. Bowman: One of the main objectives of this office is to carry to the rural people the latest information on caring for their crops and animals. Mr. V. O. Long: At this time, we have outs tanding laboratory facilities for a school of this size, and we will take a back seat to no one. We are striving to hit an equitable balance between application and theory. V. O. Long Electrical Engineering DEPARTMENT HEADS Mr. J. R. MacNeel: The Department of Guidance, aside from continuing the present offerings, is inter- ested primarily in development in the field of special education and care of crippled children. It is hoped that training of elementary, secondary, and college counselors will be enlarged. Mr. O. A. Beath: We want to give students a bet- ter basic knowledge of rocks and derived soil of the state in order to head off erosion and depletion of the soil. In the future, we also intend to have a place to exhibit all poisonous plants so that controls can be made to curb these plants. Mr. W. R. Biggs: The University of Wyoming needs a twice-weekly paper. A Director of Publications should be hired as a full-time staff member and should be in charge of all campus publications. We need a more extensive training program in radio. Mr. Eric J. Lindahl: The department needs more equipment to work with, and a more experienced and larger staff. We are advancing in many stages. It is hoped to develop a graduate program. This could be accomplished with more space for equip- ment. Our metallurgy field in constantly enlarging. J. R. MacNeel Guidance W. R. Biggs Journalism E. J. Lindahl Mechanical Engineering O. A. Beath Research Chemistry 27 C. A. Cinnamon Physics DEPARTMENT HEADS Mr. Carl A. Cinnamon: As in the past, expansion of the physics department will depend upon devel- opments in the general field of physics. Before the war we had a staff of two; now we have nine full- time instructors. The impacts of atomic energy will be noted in an increased demand for instruction in the fields of radio activity and nuclear physics. Mr. W. E. Daniels: The Department of Accounting anticipates greater interest and increased student en- rollment in accounting courses and in federal taxa- tion. Plans are formulated for additional course offerings at the graduate level. Mr. A. J. McGaw: The Civil Engineering depart- ment has found jobs for all its graduates for the past twenty years. In the future, we will continue to do the same. We don ' t want to graduate anyone we can ' t find a job for. Mr. Hugh McFadden: In the future, we will con- tinue a program of strong under-graduate training and will offer a sound graduate program for the Masters degree. Principle research emphasis is placed on comparative psychology, learning and perception. W. E. Daniels Accounting 28 A. J. McGaw Civil Engineering Hugh McFadden Psychology and Philosophy L wmm A. A. Willman Music Mr. Allan A. Willman: Students and music super visors in the state are looking more and more to the University because of the program in music educa tion. The annual Band Clinic must be limited to an enrollment of 100 high school bandsmen each summer, so great is the interest in this project. Mr. L. L. Smith: The goals we are striving for are a continuation of present offerings, more attention to the humanities, larger demands for courses in American, English, and world literature, and better faculty conditions of service and salary. Mr. E. R. Schierz: The current development of the technique of using radio-active isotopes as tracers in chemical reactions has opened a promising field for future research. The Department of Chemistry plans to participate in the development of this frontier. Mr. R. A. Morgan was unable to be contacted for an interview, but it is easy to see that his depart ' ment is doing a remarkable job in training engineers. Few people graduate from the college without at least two job opportunities. It is hard to see how the school could develop. It ' s just about tops now ! Mr. Walter C. Reusser: Within the next five years we expect University Extension to double or treble the 1949 enrollment. Our Audio-visual department now reaches a half million people each year. There is no reason why it can ' t be increased many times. R. A. Morgan General Engineering and Drawing E. R. Schierz Chemistry W. C. Reusser Education Administration 29 A. F. Vass Agronomy and Economics Mr. A. F. Vass: It is the duty of this department to teach future agriculturalists the essentials of sound farming procedures. In economics, we teach students how to make money as farmers and ranchers. This is an important phase of agriculture and we will continue to realize its importance in years to come. Mr. A. J. Dickman: The frontiers in our depart- ment are unlimited, but if the Legislature cuts our budget, and the enrollment drops, what projects can we make? It seems that hence-forward, we shall have to fit those frontiers to a reduced budget and to continue with as many advanced courses as the hard-worked instructors will stand. Mr. Ralph E. Con well: The frontiers which are still open for development in the Department of Economics and Sociology can properly be said to fall chiefly within the rich opportunities presented by our own state. In economics, sociology, social work, and anthropology, much can be done to bet- ter serve the state. Mrs. L. H. Summers: In the future, our department anticipates the offering of specialized classes for court reporting and for secretarial work in the professions of law and medicine. This would provide an op- portunity for adequate preparations by those seek- ing such positions. Mr. Richard R. Dunham: The completion of the new auditorium in the education building is the first step forward for the Speech department. With more room, needed workshops, and labs, the theater will be able to present more and better productions with more sudents participating. Mrs. L. H. Summers Secretarial Sciences A. J. Dickman Modern and Classical Languages R. E. Conwell Economics and Sociology 30 ■ F. A. Holmes Vocational Education DEPARTMENT HEADS Mr. Forrest A. Holmes: It is our hope to further the guidance program in the future and to produce more Agriculture and Home Economics teachers. If war comes, we plan on training men and women for essential war industries. In peace, we will strive to develop our distributive education program. Mr. E. C. Bryant: The extension of more rigorous analytical methods to other fields appears to be the real problem facing statisticians in the coming dec- ades. The development of sound methodology in time series analysis and economic forecasting prob- ably poses the greatest challenge to modern day statisticians. Mr. James M. Boyle: Our primary objective in the Art department is to return to five instructors. The reason for this is to embark on a program with five major areas of concentrated study. These areas are painting, sculpture and ceramics, design, graphics, and advertising design. Mr. Gale McGee: The History department has two specific phases in mind for future development. The first is a program of American studies and ideas, broader than American history courses. The second is an expanding of the study of American foreign policy. Mr. W. G. Solheim: At the present time, this de- partment is in need of larger quarters, better equip- ment, and a library for use of the faculty and stu- dents in our own department. In the future, we expect to devote a good deal more time to basic research. Sometime, we also hope to be able to train candidates for Ph. D. Degrees in Botany. G. W. McGee History E. C. Bryant Statistics J. M. Boyle Art W. G. Solheim Botany N. W. Hilston Animal Production Mr. N. W. Hilston: Our ultimate aim in Animal Production is to produce better breeds of animals, and animals which put on more weight in less time with less cost. We will strive toward the production of the best lambs possible and toward an increase of the number of lambs being born through science. After many years of outstanding service to the Uni- versity, Mr. W. L. Quayle is retiring from the De- partment of State Farms. It is the aim of the College of Agriculture to expand this department of State Farms to even greater dimensions than it achieved in past years under the able supervision of Mr. Quayle. Mr. L. Floyd Clarke: Future anticipated develop- ments in the Department of Zoology and Physiology include the strengthening of existing programs and the addition of new offerings at the graduate level. Programs in the medical sciences and in Zoology, Wildlife Conservation and Management, are con- stantly being improved. Mr. C. F. Barr: The greatest challenges lie in re- search teamwork with other departments — in Atomic research, engineering advancement, indust- rial sampling techniques, and quality control. Even the social sciences and biological behavior are de- manding more and more from the various fields of mathematics. ; Mr. Herman H. Trachsel: With politics playing an increasingly important part in the lives of modern Americans, it is necessary that we become more familiar with local, national, and world politics. C. F. Barr Mathematics 32 W. L. Quayle State Farms L. P. Clarke Zoology Graduates, dressed in the garb of educational security, ready to go into their various fields armed with theory, practice, and knowledge that will make them leaders in our communities. SENIOR CLASS Addington, Gerald Albright, Beverly Alexander, Richard Andersen, Gwen Anderson, Robert Arndr, Vernon Arsulich, Norma Atkinson, Glenna Babbitt, Don Babcock, Earl Badley, Bruce Bailey, Merryll Baillie, Charleen Balcom, Robert Bartruff, John Bay, Elmer Beall, Edna May Bell, Norma Jean Bellamy, Lee Bentsen, Joyce Bergin, Marion Berry, Mary Berryman, Boyd Bishop, John Blackman, Wayne Blackstone, James Bliss, Edward Boland, James Bonella, Bruno Boodry, Ardith 35 Bosley, Clifford Bostick, Paul Boyd, William Boyles, Grant Bower, George Beyer, Margaret Boyer, William Bozanic, Dan Brady, H. A. Bratzler, Glen Braunschweig, John Breslin, Mary 36 Breslin, William Brice, J. D. Briggs, George Brock, Guy Brooks, Dale Broseghini, Bill Broseghini, Rose Brown, Betty Brown, Jean Browne, Leslie Brown, William Brownell, Ronald Buchan, John Buonomo, Peter Burkholder, Robert Busa, LeRoy Bybee, Donald Bylund, Ann SENIOR CLASS McFarland, Andrew Call, James Callaway, James Cameron, John Campbell, Richard Canady, Virginia Cantrell, Jack Carson, Edward Carter, Morris Celebre, Ernest Cernick, Erwin Chadwick, Lynn Champ, Velna Chapman, John Chase, Phyllis Cheesbrough, Lucille Chetwood, Kenneth Childs, Carious Christy, Lauren Clardy, Gene Clark, Dean Clarke, Jeanette Clark, Robert Clay, James Clements, Frederick Coffin, Louis Cole, James Collins, James Collopy, Bernard Colman, Kenneth Colvin, Marc Connor, Vernon Cook, Jerry Cordiner, David Corsi, Rex Cottle, Donald ■■■■I r j 1 ' mKKmKBSk. ■ HHHL V . m W- ■-« v - r ■■ v ?((r, " 0 1 4i SENIOR CLASS Cowdin, Lloyd Coxe, Perry Creek, Kenneth Cummings, Bliss Cummins, James Curnow, James Cyrus, Kenneth Dalton, Richard Daniels, Carrol Davis, Frank Davis, Marguerite Davis, Marvin Derr, Geraldine Dexter, Raymond Dickinson, Howard Di Domenico, Dante Dierks, Jerry Ditzler, R. A. P W i . a «- I Donnell, Jack Dowdy, Charles Downer, Donna Doyle, Patricia Drwenski, Vernon Dunlap, David Dunn, Charles Dunning, Clinton Eaton, George Economou, James Eddy, Charles Edwards, David 39 Eldredge, Jeanne Elwell, Ruth Engstrom, Kathy Erickson, Arlene Erickson, Norman Erwin, Margaret 40 Eschrich, John Esponda, John Esterbrook, Kenneth Evans, Houston Edwards, Nancy Farr, Frederick Federer, Mirlen Frederick, Chuck Finn, Mary Jean Fisher, Richard Fisher, Warren Flanagan, PhiUip Fleischmann, William Fosher, Dann Foster, Arthur Fox, Shirley Fraser, Kirk Freeman, Marion Fuller, David Gabelson, Donald Gage, Jack Gale, Vern Gammon, John Gardner, Nola SENIOR CLASS - " W Ji$ -» Gilchrist, Billie Gilchrist, Charles Gill, Patricia Glass, William Gnam, Robert Goble, George Godfrey, James Goodrich, Henry C. Goodrich, John Goppert, Ernest Gotchall, Josephine Grant, Robert Green, James Gregory, Clinton Grosz, Donald Groutage, Ralph Gutierrez-Reyes, Ignacio Haaby, Earl Hadsell, Frank Haley, Robert Hall, Jane Hall, Robert Hallowell, Henry Hamilton, Charles Hannum, Tom Hansen, Garth Hardy, William Harmon, Robert Harms, Clayton Harris, Harold Harris, Harry Hart, Roland Hawkins, James Headland, Courtenay Headrick, Herbert B. Heatherington, Wm. m SENIOR CLASS Reiser, Ernest Heinbaugh, Bill Hejde, Marjorie Hempel, Charles Henderson, James Hendricks, Norman Hennmg, Gerald Henning, Theodore Henningsen, Edgar Herold, Alan Hewgley, Clarence Heyneman, John Heywood, John Hick, Marcia Hicks, Noel Higginson, Lee Hilgert, Dorothy Hill, Burton fe- ' 1 VMMbMHtn ,m • ' l ' t Hilpp, Vaughn Hoch, Marvin Hodges, Marcus Holland, Eunice Holland, Ralph Hollister, Carolyn Hooten, Alfred Howard, Clyde Howarth, Darrell Huenefeld, Ray Hughes, Cecil 43 Hunter, James Hunton, James Hutton, Malcolm Huntzinger, Carl Inkster, George Jacobs, Clifford Jauss, Thais Jensen, Donald Johannsen, Charles Johnson, George Johnson, James Johnston, Bert 44 Jones, Henry Jones, Milton Jones, Robert Jones, William Jones, Woodford Jordan, Austin Juvan, Maxine Kadingo, Hubert Kane, Richard Kastner, Mary Louise Kavalok, Helen Keif, Philip Kelly, George Kenagy, James Kinney, Neal Knittle, Frank Kochevar, Geo. Kostal, George SENIOR CLASS Kramer, Abraham Krause, Phyllis Kriegel, Michael Krek, Frank Kreuter, Joseph Krueger, Jacqueline Kurtz, Allen Labudovich, Marco Lacey, Barbara Lacey, Lloyd Lamphere, Oakley Landers, Harvey Lappala, Lucille Larsen, Hans Lauritsen, Mary Lazar, Saul Laya, Gerald Leavens, Walter Le Beau, Lawrence Lebhart, Marifred Leeburg, Clarence Legan, Dave Lehner, Loma .Leimback, Harry Lemons, Geo. Letellier, Richard Liamos, Paul Linn, Robert Linton, William Locken, Neva Lofgren, Lawrence Loopstra, Hem Lothian, Peter Luman, Kathryn Lupher, Fern Lynn, Wayne SENIOR CLASS Lyon, Robert McArthur, Donna McCain, Joan McCulloch, Margaret McDonald, Angus McLellan, Margene McLellan, John McLean, Neil McMillen, Edwin McMullen, Royal McMurry, Donald MacDonald, Don Maddux, Robert Magnusson, Charles Magnetti, John Martin, Robert Marshall, Clifford Marks, Thomas m ILVt mJI f ' " ' V ' f u .- - ■ ..- n lis m M r . Maravich, Miieva Manley, George Manelis, George Manee, James Manchak, Joe Manchak, Albert Malcolm, Andrea Mason, Robert Mayer, Harry May, Morton Menken, Edwin Meekin, Thomas 47 Meredith, Robert Miracle, Robert Mills, Richard Milliken, Robert Miles, Dudley Miskimins, Richard Mitchell, Katja Mitich, Larry Moeller, Selmer Monahan, Dale Moody, Cliff Moore, Iver • 48 II 1 ' " 1 11 Moravek, Gerald Morrison, Allen Morrison, Williarr Moss, Martin Mottonen, Lois Mueller, Thomas Murray, Don Murray, Margaret Myers, Charles Namtvedt, Milo Neal, James Nelson, Dale Newton, Paul Nickel, Donald Nickolas, Alice Nielsen, Kenneth Nitz, John Noble, Eva SENIOR CLASS Norman, James Norman, Virginia Nye, Thomas Oberholtzer, Earl Okamoto, Robert Okamoto, Mineo Orleans, Robert Orr, Samuel Owsley, William Parker, Jerry Parker, John G. P arker, John P. Parpart, Kenneth Parterakis, Pete Patterson, David Pattison, Sydney Perlt, Elizabeth Zolnoski, Sunshine Perry, Dale Peterson, Charles Peterson, Thomas Petrides, Madeleine Peverley, Guy Pflug, Richard Phelps, Edward Phillips, Bert Phillips, Rita Piaia, Duce Pietala, Miriam Policky, Donald Pollitz, Richard Polsen, Edward Pond, David Ponder, Wilburn Pool, Kenneth Poreda, Ben SENIOR CLASS Porter, Jeannine Powell, Laverne Pugh, Charles Pugh, Mary Pursel, Harold Quealy, Herbert Ramsey, Rodney Rauchfuss, Frank Rausch, Richard Rauzi, Frank Read, Mary Ann Reasch, Phil Redmond, Margaret Reeve, Barbara Reeve, Bryce Reinecke, Howard Reno, Roy Renteria, Daniel Rerucha, Elmer Reser, James Richards, John Richardson, Barbara Richardson, Louie Rickman, Floyd Rinker, Charles Roberts, Ray Roberts, William Robertson, Russell Roelfsema, Gene Rolich, Franklin 51 Rollins, George Rose, Shirley Roush, Jim Rovner, Herbert Rowland, John Rowley, Margaret Runnalls, James Ruzycki, Joe Sabin, Mary Sager, Harry Sander, Howard Sandstrom, Car 52 te 3 : ' t ' i. J- !k» i ij jU M -- 1 ' • ifel - -» «£• 1} -- Schafer, Richard Schanter, Naydene Schauf, Charlene Shenefelt, Donald Schilt, Rosemary Schmidt, Jack Schneider, Melvin Schneider, Rosanne Scott, Barbara Scott, Waher Scott, William Searles, Lon Sears, Richard Sessa, Robert Sewell, James Seyfang, John Shafer, Ralph Sheaffer, Donnie SENIOR CLASS Shifrar, Louie Shupe, Alton Simperman, James Sinclair, Richard Sloss, James Small, Marillyn Smith, Francis Smith, Grant Smith, Joan Smith, Marlin Smith, William Snocker, Elizabeth Snocker, Vernon Somers, Kenneth Sorensen, Shirley Spicer, Leslie Springer, Robert Staats, Nancy StaufFer, Robert St. Clair, Kenneth Steele, Charles Stefoin, Rudolph Steinacker, Robert Stephens, Vernon Steven, Andrew Stevens, Janet Stewart, Vern Storey, George Storey, Jim Storey, John Storey, Lindy Lou Strauch, Marvin St. Raule, James Stray, Frank Sturges, Robert SuUins, William SENIOR CLASS Sunnergren, Edwin Sutton, Edward Sutton, Lawrence Sutton, Patricia Sutton, Paul Swenson, William Talboom, Edward Tanner, Verdelia Taylor, Helen Taylor, James Taylor, John Tehan, Thomas Teply, Roy Tetreault, Floyd Tetreault, Frances Thayer, John Theis, Randal Thomas, Ralph " ii 4|(|iw « C U. 4 ■ fWl % mmAwA ( TS f " ' IRJ I r jl: - jft- Thompson, Donald Thompson, Estella Thornton, Laurie Toland, George Toland, Joe Tope, George Topham, Keith Traut, John Trimmer, John Trowbridge, Marietta True, Lyle Tsuda, Tom 55 Tudor, Mathew Turner, Robert Tweed, Charlotte Vandenberg, Alvin Vanderpoel, John Van Deventer, Robert Vaughan, Charles Ver Straten, Charles Viox, Charles Vosler, Nancy Urban, Milton Vicars, Neva Ann i M 56 --m Walgren, Howard Walters, Eleanor Walz, John Wells, Howard Wells, Ruth West, Dale Whitley, Thomas Wilde, Bruce Wilhelm, Leo Willhard, Wallace Williams, Calvin Williams, Donna Williams, Katherine Williamson, Charlotte Willis, Donna Zell Willson, George Wiloth, Gene Wilson, Martin SENIOR CLASS Wincovitch, Daniel Wise, James Witzeling, Kenneth Woltersdorf, Howard Wood, Gorton Wood, Robert Wright, Rosemary Wuthier, Mae Yeager, Vernon Yonkee, Fred Yonkee, Nancy Yost, Carl Young, David Young, Neil Abernethy, Kyle Addington, Dean Alford, John Apostolos, George Aubin, Joseph Balcom, Dorothy Barlow, James Baroody, Roger Bartelt, William Bassett, James Beaver, James Belt, Taylor Best, Ingeborg Bollick, James Bond, James Boon-Yasidhi, Nam Brown, Gaylen Bunch, Wilbur m W- 1 % .,r. . Ti% GRADUATES Burnside, Graham Burzlaff, Donald Bush, Elsie Campbell, Howard Carpenter, Leo Carr, Oscar Caudillo, Frank Chase, Thurman Cheng, Mou-ta Chocas, Gust Clabaugh, Richard Clark, Kyle Collins, George Coxbill, Evelyn Coyner, James Craft, Alba Crandall, John Cronin, Eugene Cusack, Vernon Davis, John de la Montagne, John DeLand, Charles DeLong, Wallace Dickson, Walter Donnelly, John Elwell, Albert Finnell, Tommy Fleming, G. Robert Possum, James Francisco, Robert 59 Heberling, Earl Hesnard, Tillie Hoffman, Philip Horsley, Arthur Hutto, Daniel Johnson, Norman 60 Fritsch, Erika Fulkerson, Donald Gammenthaler, Kermit Gerhardt, Richard Gregg, Peter Haun, John " Johnston, William Kelley, Laura Knaur, Peter Kilian, Edna Krear, Harry Kumelos, Laddie LaFoUette, Robert Lamb, Donald Lanchantin, Gerard Landgren, George Landram, James Landgren, John Larsen, John Leffland, William Lenz, Ralph Levitt, Phillip Libbey, Robert Littman, Donna GRADUATES Ut 9 •= ' « .ir _Jr McClure, John McCormick, John McCoy, Melville McPherson, John MacNeel, Neal Manfull, Duane Mann, Frank Mann, Robert Maxwell, Gerald Maystorovich, Frank Mehle, Frank Miller, Bryan Morgan, Joe Mrak, Vernon Murphy, William Murray, Edward Nehring, Melvin Nelson, Gerald Nolan, James O ' Connell, Louis Osborn, Dwight Owens, C. Leona Paulus, Albert Peterson, Cobern Peterson, Lars Powell, James Prochnow, Albert Radke, Myron Reilly, Charles Reynolds, William Rice, Frank Rittenour, Albert Robinson, Dean Rock, Byron Jr. Rollins, Wayne Ross, Vincent GRADUATES I « ?» ' . ' ,• ;• ' ' 7;, ' ,n : ' «; " ■.■.T«,i Ruggles, Ivan Sager, Jerome Salatino, Joan Samson, Robert Samson, Walter Sander, Frank Santee, Mary Scheurman, John Schoen, Marguerite Schooler, Ronald Schunter, Bill Schwering, Elisabeth tOKWf ., h Scott, Isabel Shearer, Robert ShefFer, Bernard Singer, Forest Skinner, Charles Smith, Charles K. ■. • r-w. " " v w; ,e»r»}»« ■-M Snively, Beatrice Somers, Joe Stennes, Ernest Stiteler, Darrell Strayer, Duane Stroble, Charles Suyematsu, Tosh Taylor, Donald Taylor, Kenneth Thomas, Leo Thomsen, Robert Train, LeRoy 63 Uber, Mary Underhill, John Urban, Donald Urbigkit, Walter Vehar, Katherine Vance, James Volk, Art Wainright, Harold Ward, Daphne Webb, Marshall Welsh, John Wenger, Laura White, Ward Wiese, Lowell Williams, Allen Williamson, Clarence Wilson, Robert Wilson, William Winter, Addison Wulgart, Donald Zolnoski, Jack 64 % — UNIORS Abbot, Stephen Albeyta, Albert Alexander, Bob Ames, Wayne Anderson, Keith Angelovic, Joe Armstrong, Earl Aspaas, Mary Austin, Ed Babcock, Charles Bagley, Clarence Bakalar, Richard Baker, John Baker, Ted Barnes, Keith Barthel, Caroline Beahm, David Beardsley, Wm. Beck, Robert Beltz, Lloyd Benshoof, Marion Benson, Robert Bent, Roger Beresford, Elizabeth Beutler, Robert Beydler, James Birch, Thomas Bivens, Noel Blacker, Wm. 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Carlson, Warren Carson, Daniel Carroll, Gerald Carroll, Michael Caudill, Ivan Chase, Katharine I » r • 1 ' X « ' fl A ( 7 ;■ iii3 lUNIORS Christensen, Donald Christofferson, Ken Collins, Donald Collins, Robert Conard, Chester Conwell, Barbara Cook, Kathryn Cooper, John Corbett, Regina Coscia, Anthony Coutts, Barbara Craven, Thomas Crawford, George Creel, Harold Crutcher, Frank Cullen, Cordell Dale, Albert Daly, John Dalzell, Eunice David, Eugene Davidson, Robert Davis, Bonnidell Davis, Ora Gay Decker, Clifford Deits, Chris Denton, Louis Desch, Ben Deyo, Isabell Dierks, Dean Dixon, Jack Dixon, William Dohan, Richard . iili m J m4iM Dukes, Jerry Dumbrill, Richard Dunn, Darwin Dunn, Leonard Dunn, Wallace Durkee, Edward Dusek, Dorrance Dustin, Miles Ebenhahn, Jean Eliopulos, Alex Ernst, Robert Evanoff, George Fenex, Guy Fenex, William Finn, Colleen Finnerty, Thomas Fitch, Phoebe Flynn, Keith Forman, Lolita Fossey, Anna Frederick, Ernest Frteman, Gladys Freytag, John Fritzler, Bruce Frome, Betty Fuerst, Donna Gardner, Reed Gartner, John Gibson, William Gilbert, Herbert Gill, Ralph Giurlando, Charles Glascock, William Glass, Stanley Gligorea, George Gligorea, Gene Goldberg, Georgia Goodbody, Marcus Goodrich, Anne Goranson, Fred Gott, Raymond Guschewsky, James Haag, Richard Hackleman, Gene Hall, Kathleen Hall, Paul Hamilton, William Hardee, Miles Harokopis, Mike Harp, Robert Hartwig, Sally Harvey, Richard Hatfield, Robert Hawkins, Lawrence Hejde, Chester Hejde, Jayne •■A ri i ■ - — --r rjiii 68 • k I ' j i f ' d - i i IB.-. iijfei " . ' Henderson, John Henderson, Stuart Hendrickson, Carl Hess, William Hetherington, Joy Hipps, Byron Hixon, Buel Hoffman, James Holaway, Wayne Holkenbrink, Marge Holm, Gerald Holub, Dan Hopka, Edwin Hopper, Daniel Houston, Robert Howard, Robert Hughes, Eleanor Hughes, John Hughes, Robert Incontro, Sam Irvin, Ruth Jackson, Mary Jackson, Wilbur Janssen, Pat Jennings, George Jones, Harvey Jones, Viola Jorgensen, Carl Kahn, Barbara Kapeles, John Kaser, Edwin Kazmerchak, Clare iUNfORS Kean, Marilyn Kemper, Darrell Kerley, David Kerper, Minabelle Kershisnik, David Kingham, Richard Kirby, William Kirk, Edwin Kivi, Wilma Kneedler, Joan Kohl, Delores Kraemer, Sue Kubo, Carl Kurtz, Lois Ladd, Marion Lane, Kenneth Larsen, Donald Lawrence, Robert Lawrence, Ura Laycock, William Leach, Roy Lee, Dallas Leedy, Richard Leenhouts, Joan Legarra, Stanley Legg, Donald Legg, James Leonard, Donald Lessinger, Mary Lou Lester, Nova Lewandoski, TTieodore Lewis, Ralph Lindsey, Ruthe Lindvall, Russell Lloyd, Jerre-Ann Logan, William Lowe, Audre Lowe, Burt Lynch, Janet Lyon, Beverly McAuley, Mary McBride, Virginia McCarthy, John McClintock, Beverly McConnaughey, John McConnell, Dewey McCue, John McGowan, Joe McGraw, Robert McMahon, William McQuinn, Patricia Macfarlane, William Macklay, Gale Madigan, Patrick Mahlman, Kent Mahnke, Donald Marinos, Danny Marshall, John Martin, Albert Martin, James Martin, Jean Martin, Walter Mason, Laurence Mason, Maynard WHions Mathew, Dorothy Matkovich, Betty Mau, Bill Medis, James Meranda, Robert Merback, Donald Merritt, Zen Mestel, Stan Michael, Marvin Middaugh, Lawrence Mihanovich, Antone Miller, Keith Miller, Patricia Millhone, Margie Million, Ivan Miracle, Jo Montgomery, Richard Montgomery, William Morck, Aleen Morgan, Bonita Morgan, Francis Morgan, Frank Morgando, Frank Mortensen, Mary Moses, Delores Nagel, Robert Nance, Barbara Neal, Hubert Nelson, Leonard Nelson, Ray Nelson, Robert Ness, Donald Neville, Edward Newman, John Nicholas, Joyce Nicholas, William Nielsen, Irvin Noller, Earlene Norris, James Odegard, Donald Oja, John Osborn, Max Otto, Carl Pape, Karmen Pape, Nadine Pape, Norman Pape, Venita Partridge, Bruce Pearce, Don Pederson, Selmer Pellet, Rene Pence, Geraldine Pentecost, Eileen Peters, Helen Petersen, Eleanore Peterson, Dee Peterson, Marvin Pettibone, Beverly Peyton, William Pewtress, Beverly Phillips, George Phillips, Richard Pilger, Keith Potter, Thomas Ransom, Bert Ray, Maicille Ready, Roger Reasoner, Edward Reckling, Walter Redfield, Leroy Reed, Leslie Reesy, John Reeves, Doug Reid, Edward Reilly, Ednriund Reynolds, Crewe Rhodes, Cecil Richardson, Freddie Rinehart, Lydia Rizzi, Virgil Robertson, Jay Robinson, Delbert Rochford, Rita Rochford, Ruth Rogan, John Rogers, Beverly Rolfsema, Robert Roripaugh, Robert 72 n mm, jn Rosenberry, Glen Rosenthal, Jack Royce, Neil Rue, Charles Rummel, George Sakalaucks, Herbert Samuelson, Morris Sarbach, John Sarvis, Margaret Saunders, Hallie Scharen, Albert Schepp, Robert Schildgen, Robert Schillereff, John Schmidt, Don Schnathorst, William Schoneberg, John Schroeder, Diana SchroU, Robert Scrutchfield, Mary Schulke, Richard Scott, Walter Sell, Barbara Sellers, Robert Shanley, Thos. 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( t • " ' ff W ■ - r ♦! Hand, Robert Hannifin, Bill Hardigan, William Harison, Jack Hartman, Floyd Hastings, Jack Hatcher, David Hearn, Leslie Henderson, Walter Henningsen, Harold Herbeck, Norma Hileman, William Hill, Lesa Hill, Ruth Ann Hirsig, Barbara Holden, Gordon Holden, Kenneth Houtz, Robert Huber, Ronnie Hudson, James Hunt, Shirley Hunter, Nancy Hunton, Patricia Hurrell, Robert 79 Hurst, Thomas Jackson, Victor Janssen, Jacqueline Jefferson, Earl Jenner, Duane Jensen, Dean Jensen, Frank Jesse, Phylis Jiacoletti, James Joder, Donald Johnson, Ardith Johnson, Everett Johnson, Geraldine Johnson, Kendrick Jones, Billy . 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Guthrie, Robert Haberthier, Sally Hall, Forrest Hand, Sharon Harrington, Neil Harris, Dale Harris, Donald Harris, Donald Hams, James Harnish, Jim Hartman, Ursula Haupt, Dale Hay, Edith Isabel Heckart, JoAnn Hein, Marvin Helterbran, Wayne Henderson, LaVonne Henthorne, Edward Herrera, Delphine Hildebrand, Frederick Hing, Kay Thuey Hockley, Robert Hubbell, Shirley Hudson, Loyd Huston, Lee, Jr. Irwin, Phillip Jackson, Glenna Jackson, Kenneth Jarman, Loyd Jarrett, Jerald Jenkins, Alma Jenny, Duncan Johnson, Frances Johnson, Joan Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Tom Johnston, Ralph Jones, Emelie Jones, Josephine Jones, Shirley Jons, Kathryn Jordan, Dan Jorgensen, Kathryn Juppo, Matt Kaaz, Wayne Keldsen. Shirley Kellam, George Kennah, Mary FRESHMEN Kenney, Frank Kershner, Louis King, Donald Kirchhefer, Richard Kirk, Ronald Knowlton, Charles Kofakis, Steve Kominsky, David Korrell, Alma Kouris, Stanley Kragh, Janice Kuntzman, Carol Kynion, Donald Lafkas, Paul Latta, Mary Landeen, Donald Laurin, Betty Jo Lawson, Robert LeBeau, Gerald Lesley, Ruth Leverett, Clifford Lewis, Ethel Lewis, Eugene Lindemann, Gene Lindstrom, Dorothy Linklater, Claude Linville, Russell Loomis, Bonnie Looney, Robert Lowham, Ruth McCarthy, Maureen McConnell, Harry A V Wf mt yn ifti fiiiibii% a M l y Blh ' Anity, k| B|| McCue, David McCutcheon, Bennett McDermet, Janet Mclntyre, Donald McLeod, Phyllis McPherson, Joseph McTee, Robert Maggard, Jacques Marburger, Donna Marlow, Betty Martin, Robert Martino, Joseph Maser, Edward Massey, Naomi Mason, Robert Materi, Donald Maxfield, Lewis Mayland, Mabel Meeks, Hazel Meier, Harold Memmer, Don Mill, Barbara Miller, Larry Millward, Lucille 91 Miracle, Beverly Mleziva, Maureen Moffett, David Moine, Alvin Moleton, Gerald Moore, Annette Moore, Robert Morris, John Morrison, Donald Morrison, Jimmie Morss, Barbara Muckey, Donn Mundschenk, Harold Murphy, Kenneth Myers, Louise Nicholson, Marianne Nickelson, Donahel Nielsen, Stuart Nielson, James Nordmann, Peggy Olcott, Don O ' Neill, Bill Ornelas, Angel Ostling, Edith % •••■••■■IMIHHiia ttii si 92 ■r ss. Palm, Robert Palmer, Dorice Parr, Robert Partridge, Jane Patton, Mary Jo Paumer, Darlene Payne, Mildred Pearce, Jack Penn, Florence Petersen, Merrillynn Peterson, Carol Peterson, Robert P etri, Mary Ann Phillips, Robert Pickett, Lloyd Pinney, Robert Policky, Robert Poljanec, Jenny Polk, Billy Polka, Rosemary Prevedel, Frank Pullum, Lloyd Quigley, Jerry Quint, Robert Raben, Wells Randolph, Nancy Read, James Reeves, Patricia Renken, Diane Richardson, Frederick Riedl, Charlotte Ries, Thomas FRESHMEN Ring, Nancy Roberts, Larry Roberts, John Rochford, Mary Jane Rodriguez, Albert Rodriguez, Socorro Rogan, Shirley Ross, Leah Roum, Melvin Rue, Joseph Rutschman, Janet Sakurada, Kenneth Sanchez, Sidney Sanders, Roy Sare, Keith Saunders, Raymond Schick, Jean Schipporeit, Kenneth Schliski, Ronald Schmale, Edwin Schneider, Rod Schwid, Elaine Scorsone, Frank Scott, James Seaman, Louise Sedgwick, Joan Seeburg, Nancy Seyfarth, Donald Shelden, Bruce Sheldon, Elizabeth Sherard, Janiel Shidler, Marvene Shinmori, Bill Sills, Walter Simpson, Alan Sims, Richard Skinner, Morris Slagowski, Doris Sloan, M. Ray Smith, Barbara Smith, Betty Smith, James Smith, Jacqualine Smith, Will Sneddon, Boyd Snider, Billie Ann Snively, Adelaide Snodgrass, George Stafford, Philip Stallbaum, Dorothe Stallings, Dan Starr, Mary Steege, Raymond Stevens, Jere Stirling, Betty St. John, Thomas Stone, William Strange, Joan Strannigan, William Stringham, Arnold Strom, Norma Strong, Charles Stump, Patricia Sundby, June FRESHMEN Susich, Helen Taylor, Charles Taylor, Earl Taylor, Joe Taylor, John Taylor, Patsye Tete, Joseph Thomas, Craig Lyle Thomas, George Thomas, James Thomas, Richard Thomson, Joyce Thompson, Roger Thome, Charles Thrailkill, Robert Thweatt, Dan Tipton, Richard Tomich, Carl Topham, Kenneth Torrey, Harold Traill, Ann Tripp, Mary Alice Troyer, Jerry Tucker, Celia Tyer, Robert Uchner, David Updike, Ralph Valent, Betty VanBlair, Charles VanDrew, Marlene Vance, Velda Vandenberg, Dale 9 0 VerStraten, Bertha Vickery, Georgine Viner, Richard Wagner, James Wall, Reta Walli, Anne Wain, Robert Walton, William Watson, Gail Watts, Rex Waymire, Merrilyn Weatherby, Darilyn Weber, Cecil Weber, Wayne Welch, Lois Welty, Larry Wendling, Lyle Wentz, Larry Wheeler, Lewis Whitehead, Walter Whiteside, George Whitfield, Richard Wiberg, Myrtle Wiker, Sara 95 Wilde, Melva Wiley, Marvilyn Wilkins, Donna Willard, Raymond Wiliford, William Williams, Robert L Willis, Charmaine Willman, Marie Wingo, Kenneth Witte, Herbert Wolaver, Patsy Wood, Eileen Wright, Shirley Wymore, Richard Yeik, Robert Yinger, Estes Yost, Joan Zellner, Adolph Zuck, Bettye 96 r_J, Til 1 I f-l I i • ' ' ■ifM ; ;:.:: mmufwmiy zi. HONORARfES Pat Dinneen President MORTAR BOARD Mortar Board is a Senior women ' s honorary and is the highest honor which can be bestowed on a Wyoming coed. The Wyoming chapter is one of 82 chapters in the country. It strives to promote courage and loyalty, and to advance the spirit of service and fellowship among University women. Each spring we see the candlelit procession of the Mortar Boards as they gather in their new members. The constant question in the minds of the Juniors is " Who will make it this year? " Mortar Board rewards these enterprising seniors annually by welcoming them into the folds of the organ- ization and giving them one of the most highly coveted pins on the campus. Left to Right, Row 1: Lindy Lou Storey, Pat Dinneen, Joan Smith. Row : Donna Marie McArthur, Fern Lupher, Pat Janssen, Barbara Reeve. 98 ' Si f f Left to Right, Row 1: Dean M. Clare Mundell, Prof. Walter E. Daniels, Prof. M. Bowling, Kenneth Cyrus, Dick Mills, Don Babbitt, Prof. J. F. Messer, Paul Hal- lowell. Row U: John Vanderpoel, Tom Tsuda, Clay- ton Harms, Woodford " Jones, James Guschewsky, Wil- liam Brown, Prof. E. W. Stacy. Row III: Robert Hughes, Charles Hamilton, Harvey Landers, Cliff Moody, Kenneth Pool, Glenn Montgomery, Kent Mahl- man, Fted Earley. Row IV: James Curnow, Tom Drnas, Donald Policky, Howard Dickinson, Clifford Decker, Theo. Weber, George Bower, Antone Mihano- vich. ALPHA KAPPA PSI Alpha Kappa Psi is a men ' s honorary of future financial wizards and po tential experts in the field of commerce. It takes a lot of adding and sub- tracting, knowledge of markets, selling, retailing and other commercial problems to get in this honorary. The members should have little trouble filling any kind of commercial job when they get out, with a background as complete as this. Their main aims are to acquaint their members with the future and present problems of business and industry. Alpha Kappa Psi hold bi-monthly meetings when pertinent problems in the commercial field are discussed. The organization was founded in 1934. Kenneth Cyrus President i 99 Laverne Powell President ALPHA TAU ALPHA Alpha Tau Alpha was installed on the University of Wyoming campus in 1949 as an honorary organization for future teachers of vocational ag- riculture. Since its inception, the A. T. A. ' s have sponsored various con- tests for the Wyoming Future Farmers of America, national agriculture club for high school students. The group meets bi-monthly, where aspir- ing ag teachers discuss improvement programs, see movies, and listen to speakers. One can probably classify the organization as a success because many former members are now holding fine teaching positions through- out the state. This also speaks highly for the Wyoming agriculture col- lege, recognized as one of the best in the country. ,; Left to Right. Row I: Jerry Dierks, Dale Fcderer, Laverne Powell, Vern Stewarr, Lauren Chrisry, Prof. Jack Ruch. Second Row. Robert Meredith, Roy Rend, Edward Smith, Dallas Lee, Piof. F. A. Homes. Third Row: Latiy Mitich, Floyd Tetreault, Piof. Ted Butler, Glenn Roehrkasse, Elmer Rerucha. 100 5PS Left to Right, Row I: Bob WaRRoner, Bill Welry, Larry Mirich, Guy Brock, J. Clay, Dean H. Benn, Frank Knictle, EuRene Williams. Row 11: Frank Rauzi, Marvin Shoop, Glen Roehrkasse, Laverne Powell, Lawr- ence Sutton, Kenneth St. Clair, Oakley Lamphere, Gerald Moravek- Row 111: Jerry Dierks, Dale Federer, Allen Herold, Charles VerStraten, Donald Lcrr, Bill Brown, John Cameron, John Braunschweig. ALPHA ZETA Scholarship, character, leadership — these are the requisites for becoming a member of Alpha Zeta. This organization is a national agriculture hon- orary and only those students with top-flight grades can hope to wear the bib overalls with the letters A-Z stamped on them. The AZ ' s sponsor an annual student-faculty round-table, where problems of a high intel- lectual level are discussed. They also seek out the brightest Ag Freshman each year and present him with the highly coveted Alpha Zeta key. Alpha Zeta members are proud of their honorary organization, and who wouldn ' t be proud to belong to such an outstanding group ? James Clay President tmm-Kmti 101 Peggy Hitchcock President KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi has held forth on the campus since 1926. This education honorary for Juniors and Seniors strives to promote a greater understand ' ing of the teaching profession. Their standards are high — none but those with top grades may enter into the ranks of KDP. The two main activities which this group sponsors are an annual Christmas party and a banquet in May. Meetings are held regularly throughout the year, where prob- lems pertinent to the profession are discussed by competent speakers. Left to Right, Row : Jesse Mae Halsted, Edith Wal- ters, Jack Cantrell, Laurence Walker, Thais Jauss, Peggy Hitchcock, William Sullins, Barbara Scott. Row II: George Hollister, Clarice Whittenburg, Edna Beall, Joyce Bentsen, Donna Breeden, Bernadine Schunk, Mileva Maravich, Mary Helen Young, James Possum. Row III: Shirley Fox, Andrea Malcolm, Charleen Baillie, Betty Brown, Margaret Murray, Mary Morten- sen, Mary Aspaas, Ted Phelps, John Magnetti. Row IV: Peter Buonomo, Elizabeth Peril, A. L. Keeney, Al Manchak, Don Wiese, Bill Kirby, Earl Wood, Carroll Rahm. .„ 102 IB Left to Right, Row : Mary McAuley, Berty Brertell, Jacquelene Wirt, Thelma Steinhour, Barbara HirsiK, Parry Hunron, Evelyn Coope. Row II: Mary Ellen Chrisrensen, Jean Rochford, Marilyn Mowry, Amie Floyd, Marsua Nakamura, Eunice Dalzell, Berry Brown, Nadine Thomas, Kathryn Reusser- Row 111: Barbara Bourne, Sherry Martin, Marilyn McKeon, Viola Jones, Marilyn Morris, Mary Morrensen, Beverly Lamkin, Nancy Hunter. Row IV: Jacqueline Janssen, Ora Davis, Ann Mockler, Janice Lehan, Beverly Mayhew, Dorothy Cooper, June Wollenzien, Barbara Meike. BIG SISTERS Big Sisters is an organization of " Good Samaritans. " The girls help be wildered freshman coeds find their way about the campus during the hubbub of freshman week. As additional first aid, the Big Sister Chair- man resides in Hoyt Hall for six weeks to advise freshmen. The group also takes credit for one of the most outstanding get-togethers of the year — the Coed Ball. At this costume ball, prizes are awarded for the most humorous outfits. Members are chosen by the Dean of Women, after filing applications for membership in the spring. Thelma Steinhour Chairman 103 Chiyoko Tanaka President PHI GAMMA Nl " For Women Only " — and brainy ones — is the watchword of Phi Gamma Nu, national commerce honorary. The future secretaries meet twice monthly and hold an occasional party. Their other activities include help- ing with the Commerce Carnival, joining the men ' s honorary Alpha Kappa Psi in a spring banquet, and giving a chili supper for all women commerce majors. No indeed, Phi Gamma Nu is never shorthanded when it comes to activities. Head pencil-pusher is Chiyoko Tanaka; Barbara Coutts is treasurer, Jackie Willis is secretary, and Virgie Rizzi, pledge trainer. Left to Right. Row I: Joan Stock, Eliz. Littlcfield, Laura Summers, Chiyoko Tanaka, Baibara Coutts, Margaret Lovshe. Row II: Lucille Roush, Loraine Pohler, Viola Jones, Virgil Rizzi, Marjorie Blackstone, Edna Beall, Lois Mottonen. 104 left to Right, Rou ' : C. S. Clay, Minnie Strick, A. D. Craft, Alice Rice, W. L. Bunch. Row II: B. E. K. Alter, S. R. Smith, P. L. Steen, C. A. Cinnamon. Row ( : J. K. Wood, S. W. HardmB, Noel H.cks, Elis Stiick. Not Present: V. J. Vaiineau, J. Weiss, C. Ruggles. SfGMA PI SIGMA Sigma Pi Sigma is a national physics honorary which was organized several years ago; however, the local chapter was founded in 1949. Since its re- cent arrival at Wyoming, the chapter has grown and developed to become a very active group. Regularly scheduled meetings are held when the young scientists discuss the various phenomena of mechanics, heat, electricity, light, sound, and the branches of the sciences devoted to the study of radia- tions. The group also throws some good chili suppers, picnics, and depart- mental socials. Alba Kraft President 105 jl i k Angus McDonald President mM Mm GAMMA SfGMA EPSIiON The fellows and girls who really know the inside scoop on " cat crackers " and isotopes are the members of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, chemistry honor ' ary. Members of this select group are some of the brainiest people on the campus. In order to qualify for GSE, one must have at least a 1.65 aver- age. The group holds meetings throughout the year with interesting speakers who are full-fledged members of the profession. They also spon- sor a picnic every year. he t to Right, Seated: Dean O ' Day, A. J. McDonald, E. R. Schierz. Standing: Kenneth Nielsen, Ken Witzeling, Eugene David, Edgar Smith. 106 I «iA Left to Right, Ro« ' : Don Nickel, Melville McCoy, John MaRnetti, George Apostolos, James Fossum, Mr. Charles Thompson. Row 11: Anthony Coscia, Edwin CHI GAMMA IOTA Hopka, Jim Callaway, R. S. Stefoin, Wally Willhard, William Roberts. Row 111: Glenn Roehrkasse, Ronald Willis, Don Wulgart, James Kenagy, Calvin Magnus- .son, CatroU Rahm. Chi Gamma Iota is restricted to ex-GI ' s with the required scholastic aver- age. As the WYO goes to press, it looks as if Chi Gamma may increase if the world conflict continues. The aim of the organization is to encout ' age the ex-servicemen to excel in their collegiate work. PHI DELTA KAPPA The Wyoming Beta Mu chapter of Phi Delta Kappa was installed on the campus in 1948. PDK is a national professional education fraternity open to all promising male education majors. Its standards are high, and its members can well be proud to belong to such an outstanding group. Left to Right, Rou " 1: E. H. Fitch, Maynard Bemis, James Fossum, Robert Hitch, Roman Verhaalen, Guy Franck, William SuUins, O. R. Hendrix. Row U: G. E. Hollistei, L. A. Walker, Atthur H. Dugan, Benson Poirier, Russell Hammond, Leslie S. Ciawfcrd, Robert Thomsen, Charles H. Thompson. Row 111: Clarence D. Jayne, Albert R. Elwell, Albert L. Keeney, Lyle L. Miller, John D. Alford, Jack Donnelly, Jack Cantrell, Oiland Ward, C. C. Chase. 107 Jack Daly President IRON SKULL Iron Skull is a Junior honorary fraternity of 42 members. These high- ranking students are chosen on the bases of scholarship, service, and leader- ship. They sponsor such outstanding social functions as the Homecoming sing, the Iron Skull Skid, and they play a part in selling tickets for the merchant ' s carnival. The organization consists of two representatives from each Campus social group. Since the Iron Skull ' s beginning in 1920, the group has made one major change. It was originally destined to be a men ' s organization, but now coeds make up a majority of its membership. Left to Right, Row I: Beverly Petdbone, Mary Mc- Auley, Mary Aspaas, Beverly McCIintock, Geraldine Pence, Mary Mortensen, Colleen Finn, Beverly Pew- tress. Row J: Thelma Steinhour, Margie Millhone, Chiyoko Tanaka, Emma Rae, Janet Lynch, Barbara Courts, Rae Forman, Virgil Rizzi, Sally Hartwig, Winona Wagner. Row III: Ivan Million, Jack Daly, Warren Carlson, John Cooper, Gerald Holm, James Guschewsky, Charles Giurlando, William Gilbert, George Bower, Kenneth Lane. 108 Left to Right, Row I: Darrell Howarth, Robert Mason, James Storey, Pete Buonomo, Albert Manchak, Orland Ward. Row II: Dan DiDomenico, Joe Manchak, Robert Anderson, George Lemmons, Robert Thomsen. Row 111: Bill Baker Dewey McConnell, Bob Benson, Ev Lantz, Randy Watkins. PHI EPSILOH KAPPA Phi Epsilon Kappa is a Professional Physical Education Fraternity. Its goals are to promote better companionship among its members and to stress the great importance of physical education. This group is a recently established honorary and welcomes within its folds only those P. E. stU ' dents with high scholastic averages. Even thou gh it is a young organiza- tion, it has made considerable growth and progress during the past few years. Under the able direction of Bob Mason, Pete Buonomo, Al Man- chak, Darrell Howarth, and Bill Baker, it promises to continue growing and prospering. James Storey President 109 Tom Hannum President 9t- fWi - ... , ALPHA EPSILOH DELTA The purposes of Alpha Epsilon Delta, national pre-med honorary frater- nity, are twofold. The ultimate goal of the group is to advance scholarship and understanding in pre-medicine; secondly, to advance interest for those who aspire to medical school. Pre-med and medical school students from every state in the country send representatives to the national convention held every two years. The convention will be held this year at the Univer- sity of Alabama and Wyoming is to be represented. The group sponsors National Health Week on the campus during spring quarter, and also the " Cadaver Crawl " in March. This sounds ominous — perhaps Shakespeare had it in mind when he warned, " Beware the Ides of March " ! Tom Hannum is Prexy. Left to Right, Row 1: Bryce Reeve, Walter Reclcling, Dr. L. Floyd Clarke, Tom Hannum, Marco Labudovich. Row II: Karja Mitchell, Bernard Collopy, Donald Mahnke, Gorton Wood. Row : Burt Stockhousc, Jame.s Landers, Wayne Holaway, Courrenay Headland, Jerald Dukes. 110 Left to Rii ht. Row : Joe McCowan, Wanda Daley, Helen Kavalok, Mary Brcslin, Bonnie Davis, Gerd Holborn. Row II: Betty Brown, Geraldine Johnson, Carl Kubo, Bounce Carlson, Jerry Holm. Row III: Don Thompson, Jack Heyneman, Howard Charles, Russ Patterson, Bill Hamilton. PI DELTA EPSILOH Pi Delta Epsilon, following the code of intellectual honesty, freedom of thought, development of leadership, realization of the importance of the college, accuracy, good taste, and consideration of the reader, is a national honorary journalism fraternity. It ' s responsible for the Gridiron Banquet, Inkslinger ' s Ball, and popularity contests that help fill the social calendar every year. The internal function of the fraternity is th.e attempt to solve problems concerning campus publications. This group also tries to bring to the surface any major campus situations that require collective action for their solution and dissolution. Mary Breslin President 111 John Watts President PHI EPSILOH PHI Phi Epsilon Phi is the honorary service organization for sophomore men. These Cheer Boys of Wyoming are chosen on the basis of scholarship and leadership. Their group consists of two representatives from each Greek and Independent group on the campus. The group sponsors a sweater dance each January and crowns the Phi Ep queen. Money received from ticket sales is used to take the queen to one of the Denver University- Wyoming basketball games in Denver. John Watts is President of the pep fraternity; Don Bender, Vice Prexy; Fred Steinhour, Secretary; and Don Joder, Social Chairman. Left to Right, Row 1: Rudy Juvan, Fred Steinhour, Don Bender, John Watts, Don Joder, Robert Buffert. Row II: Jack Harrison, MerUn Cooney, Fred Grorh, Andy TaRliavore, Harold Mileski, Merl Palmer. Row HI: Tom Cassidy, Art Rue, Jack Cramer, Joe Lee, Ken Blair, Robert Burnett, Karl Moedl. 112 " PP Left to Right, Row 1: Dale Federer, Bob Mason, Ver- non Gale, Carl Sandstrom, George Kelly, Doug Reeves, Chuck Giurlando. Row : Wayne Blackman, Darwin Dunn, Royal McMullen, Al Manchak, Don Seine, Bill Welty, Bruce Badley. Row III: R. C. Schafer, John Melton, Dick Dohan, Sam Incontro, Chuck Behney, Dan Holub, Vaughn Hilpp. Row IV: Bob Schildgen, Bill Bakei, Bob Harp, Mickey Dunn, Bob Blessing, Seymour Lindenbaum, Dewey McConnel. «W " CLUB These are the " he-men " of the campus. Through rigid training and hard work, the fellows get letters signifying outstanding ability in major sports. They have what it takes to create champs at Wyoming. PSI CHI " Ethical Standards in Psychology " is the subject being discussed this year by Psi Chi, national psychology honorary. Frank Rolich is president of the group which meets monthly. Left to Right, Row I: H. B. McFadden, Pat Dinneen, Frank Rolich, Dr. Lillian Porteniei, Connie Nelson. Row U: Jean Brown, Dorothy Balcom, Margie Millhone, Lucille Lappala. Row III: Lowell Wiese, Jack Daly, Howard Nyberg, Pat Janssen, LeRoy Train. 113 Donna Zell Willis President THETA ALPHA PHI While the TAP ' s are usually to be found in front of the footlights, they are also to be found backstage in full force, helping with every student performance. This year the group added one-act plays to their usual list of activities. Twice yearly students outstanding in dramatics are initiated, and regular meetings are held. Awards are presented in the spring to the best actor and actress, the best supporting actor and actress, best techni- cian, and the actor who has made the most improvement. President of the organization is Donna Zell Willis. Left to Kight, Row I: Thais Jauss, Donna Zell Willis, Charles Parker. Row U: Neva Gail Locken, Janet Lynch, Sally Hartwig, Jack Utzinger. Row 111: Ethelyn Kingham, Bill Thompson, Joyce Petersen, Patricia Hunton. 114 r JgS2 Left to Right, Row I: Donna Fueist, Winona Wagner, Aleen Morck, Beverly Pewtress, Joan Fautin. Rou : Mar- jorie Brandner, Mary Chenchar, Audrey Lowe, Beverly Black. Rou; III: Dororhy Lindscrom, Ruth Ellis, Lois Willard, Pat Scully. ALPHA DELTA THETA Wielders of the flask and test tube were organized on this campus only last spring. The group is an honorary, requiring a 2.5 average for member- ship. Besides meeting every other Tuesday to hear speakers and hold dis- cussions concerning medical technology, they have had a Founders ' Day banquet and sold Christmas cards this year. President is Aleen Morck; Winona Wagner, vice president; Donna Fuerst, secretary; Lois Willard, treasurer, and Beverly Pewtress, historian. Aleen Morck President 115 Guy D. Peverley President SIGMA TAU You have undoubtedly noticed the pyramid lettered ST, in front of the Engineering Building? That, dear reader, is the symbol of Sigma Tau, national engineering honorary, which includes the top third of all en- gineering students. Their purpose is to recognize scholastic ability and to promote better engineering education, which goals are furthered by presenting an award to the outstanding freshman in Engineering each spring. The group pursues the lighter side of life through a banquet held Winter Quarter and a spring picnic, at which students challenge faculty members to a baseball game. Guy Peverley heads the brain trust. Ken Creek is vice president, Ed Hopka, secretary, and Ron Brownell, treasurer. Left to Right, Rou ' : Ronald Brownell, Kenneth Creek, LeRoy Busa, Edwin Hopka, Guy Peverley, E. J. Lin- dahl. Bill Broscfihini, R. O. Trueblood, Robert Grant, Don MacDonald. Row U: Rudolph Stefoin, John Hill, Miles Dustin, Bill Gilbert, Lesley Reed, John Donnell, Thomas Tehan, Chuck Frederick, Richard Kingham, Vernon Stephens. Row III: Wally Willhard, Jim Cal- laway, Wm. Glass, Fred Clements, Delbert Robinson, Edward Reasoner, Bill Sikora, James Wise, Donald Lamb, Geo. Toland. Row JV: A. J. McDonald, Calvin Magnusson, Dick Rausch, Dale Albert, Kenneth Taylor, Vernon Connor, James Boland, Robert Rittenour, Harry Sager, George Willson, Martin Moss. 116 . " v " Sigma Tau finding a straight line from the new Ag building to Knight Hall. Sigma Tau pledges for 1951 . . . busy with pledge duties. 117 Byron Hipps President PHI DELTA CHI This pharmacy honorary is so exclusive that women are not allowed to bring their mortars and pestles and tag along. Only Phi Delta Chi ' s themselves are allowed as speakers at the meetings which are held every other Wednesday. The pill-rollers hold banquets once per quarter, with representatives of drug companies as guest speakers. Pledging is held each quarter for outstanding students in the College of Pharmacy. Byron Hipps hold forth as prescription prexy. 1: C to Right. Row 1: Walter Scott, Byron Hipps, Prol. Long, Dean W. O ' Day, Prof. Raymond Kahl, Charles Vaughan, J. D. Brice. Row U: Ernest Cel- ebre, Laurens Walrath, James Johnson, Garth Han- sen, H. Mager, Eugene David, Gerald Peterson. Row UI: John McCarthy, Andrew McFarland, George Jen- nings, Bill Eraser, Raymond Spellacy, Joe Toland, Clyde Jones, Kenneth Witzeling. Row IV: Donald Taber, Marvin Peterson, John Roche, Kenneth Nielsen, Ralph Shafer, Roy Teply, Kenneth Parpart. 118 m Left to Right, Row I: Barbara Bourne, Leah Ribble, Becty Brettell, Nancy Hunter, Mary Mortensen, Lois Harris, Lois Dickson, Barbara Hirsig, Marjorie Black- stone. Row U: Pansy Stout, Patte Hageman, Phyllis Moitensen, Kathryn Reusser, Matsua Nakamura, Midori Ono, Joan Lund. Row III: Ann McFarlane, Stella Por- ter, Debrah Vicars, Ernestine Schierz, Marilyn Morris, Frances Snocker, Patricia Scully. Row IV: Joyce Peter- sen, Jacqueline Janssen, Dorothy Cooper, Vivian Gard- ner, Betty Pebbles, Joy McCaffrey, Beverly Julian. spuns " S for service, P for pep, U for unity, R for rep! " is the cheer heard when members of the Sophomore women ' s honorary are chosen in the spring. The Spurs are always thought of first when aid is needed for a campus project, and they are always at hand. They help with freshmen orienta- tion, decorate the goal posts at football games, sponsor a sweater dance, and perform a multitude of other services. The 1950 national conven- tion was held on the Laramie campus. President of the grou p is Nancy Hunter; vice president, Lois Harris; Betty Brettell, secretary; and Marge Blackstone, treasurer. Mary Mortensen is junior advisor. Nancy Hunter President 119 Barbara Reeve President PHI UPSftON OMICRON Looking for a wife, fellas? The Phi U ' s have what it takes, for they com- pose the top ten per cent of the Home Ec. students. Nor do these gals lack an eye for business. They sell high altitude cook books as their chief money-making project all year long. Every other Wednesday the prospective homemakers congregate to discuss recipes and patterns. They also observe Founders ' Day on February 9 with a banquet, and send a delegate to the national convention. Barbara Reeve is head Phi U., Charlotte Williamson is vice president, and May Wuthier is secretary. Left to Right. Row 1: Mae Wuthier, Barbara Reeve, Charlotte Williamson. Rout II: Donna Zell Willis, Rosemary Schilt, Emma Rae, Mary McAulcy. Row 111: Donna McArthur, Janet Lynch, Rae Forman, Fern Lupher, Patricia Sutton. 120 M - , y. Russ Patterson President FOURTH ESTATE The word goes ' round that journalists are a trifle tetched, and members of Fourth Estate congregate at intervals to prove it. The organization is open to all journalism students, and meets to discuss timely topics in the news world. Or, more often, just to shoot the breeze. One of the group ' s most outstanding activities of the year was an election night party in November, awaiting returns over a teletype and a cup of hot coffee. They are under the enthusiastic sponsorship of Wallace Biggs. Russ Patter- son is president, Jack Hooten, vice pres., and Carl Kubo, secretary-treas. Left to Right, Row I: Don Thompson, John Buchan, Russ Patterson, Carl Kubo. Row II: Phyllis Mortensen, Daphne Ward, Sue Kraemer, Clare Kazmerchak. Row HI: Wallace Biggs, Bill Hamilton, Phyllis Benson, Joe McGowan, Gerd Holborn. 122 ■ ■ I. ' ■AH Left to Right, Row I: Britt Poteet, Don MacDonald, Jo Cotchall, Dean Hugh Neal, Jii Blessing, Glen Bratzler, Dave Legan, Leonard Brown. Economou. Row II: Bob AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS If the University of Wyoming continues its building program, it will require a whole flock of new architectural engineers to plan the struc ' tures. That is what this organization has in mind when it meets regU ' larly to hear speakers in the profession, see movies, and discuss the latest angles in dormitories. The word from the top floor of the Engineering Building is that these young men will be accomplishing great things be- fore long. Don MacDonald is top guy in the club. Don MacDonald President 123 Walt Urbigkit President « lji£-i l.k=£ Pat Dinneen Vice-President STUDENT SENATE Wyoming University has twenty-four Senators — student, that is. These, with the Student Body President and Student Manager, compose the gov- erning body of student activities. New students become aware of the group ' s existence soon after arrival, when they are invited to the Fresh- man Steak Fry by the Senate. The group also brought Skinnay Ennis ' s band to the campus this fall. Their more serious duties concern adminis- tering the student activity fund, which sponsors stock judging teams, de- bate, women ' s athletics, and the rodeo. All student activities are kept under close surveillance by the group and its ten sub-committees in meet- ings held every other Thursday. And before we forget, the Senate is also, according to Pres. Walt Urbigkit, " the proud possessor of ' Cowboy Joe. ' " Left to Right, Row I: Kirk Fraser, Nan Vicars, Tom Hannum, Pat Dinneen, Carrol Daniels, Ken Cyrus, Tom Whitley. Row II: Tom Trowbridge, Keith Anderson, Laverne Powell, Pat Janssen, Theo Voza- kis, Betty Wolfe. Rouj III: Elliott Knoll, Leonard Georges, Don Babbitt, Ray Nelson, Al Vandenburg, Bill Brown, Jack Cantrell, Fred Clements. 124 ft r-T- Left to Right, Row I: Jack Cantrell, Don Babbirt, Theo Vozakis, Laverne Powell. Row : H. D. Thomas, L. G. Meeboer, Walt Miller. STl DENT UNrON COMMITTEE This committee, with student and faculty representatives, serves to ad ' vise the Director of the Student Union and to establish matters of policy. STUDENT SE f ATE FINANCE COMMITTEE It is debatable whether this committee is more like the Democratic or Repub- lican party — do they spend too much money, or don ' t they spend enough? Left to Right, Row I: Harold L. VanBIair, Bill Brown, Walter E. Daniels. Row 11: Tom Whitley, Ken Cyrus, AI Vandenberg, Ray Nelson. Not Present: Miriam Pietala. 125 Al Vandenberg Fresident ENGINEERING COUNCIL More Engineers than you can shake a stick at are represented by this group, which coordinates activities of the Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, and Architectural Engineers. No railroad engineers, though. They spon- sor the Engineers ' Ball, Open House, and a spring picnic. An innovation this year is the choice, by the Council, of the Engineers ' Queen from among the three finalists, formerly done by popular vote. Al Vanden- berg is chairman of the Council. Left to Right, Row I: Fred Clements, Rudolph Stefoin, Prof. G. B. Mullens, Al Vandenberg, Preston Creel. Row II: Carrol Daniels, Keith Andersen, Clifford Marshall, Robert Grant, Don MacDonald, Wallace Willhard. 126 r- i : n Left to Right, Row I: V. O. Long, R. S. Okamoto, J. Callaway, R. K. Beach, W. M. Mallory, R. S. Stefoin, Wally Willhard. Row U: R. Kane, R. Brownell, E. L. Hopka, R. O. Trueblood, J. N. Stipe, J. W. Richards, R. R Baker. Row III: D. Wincovitch, R. B. Steinacker, W. E. Glass, B. L. Broscghini, D. L. Leonard, S. Todd, R. A. White. A.I.E.E. ' I.R.E. That brilliantly lit " W " above the door of the Engineering Building is, appropriately enough, one of the many projects of the American Society of Electrical Engineers. A. I. E. E., which is open to all students working toward a degree in electrical engineering, was joined last year by the Institute of Radio Engineers. The groups meet every other week to study their profession, besides cooperating with the Engineers ' Ball and Open House. They also sent a fine delegation to the conference at Lincoln, Nebraska this spring to compete with other branches of the organiza- tion. Chairman is Rudolph Stefoin; Robert Okamoto, A.I.E.E. secretary; Wallace Willhard, I.R.E. secretary, and John Richards, program chairman. Rudolph Stefoin President 127 Allan Kurtz President A. S. C. £. Field trips are prominent among the activities of these budding civil engineers. This year they have visited the regional office of the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation at Denver, and visited various Reclamation prO ' jects in the vicinity of Laramie. The group is a student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and meets every three weeks for movies or speakers in their field. Allan Kurtz heads the organization, with Bob Grant as vice president and Al Vandenberg, secretary. Left to Right. Row I: Prof. N. D. Morgan. J. C. Wise. R. Pollitz, M. Hodges. R. Sinclair, G. Bratzler, D. Murray. Roui U: M. Moss. R. Grant, A. Vandenberg. A. Kurtz, J. Tanaka, D. Wright, J. Storey. M. Haro- kopis, D. MacDonald, D. Legan. G. Chocas. Row III: R. SchroU. W. Dunn. L. Nelson, A. Morrison. M. Carter, I. Gutierrez-Reyes, E. Sutton, C. Gregory, G. Manelis. R. Schooler. Row IV: A. Dale. G. Hackle- man, R. Beck. J. Trimmer, C. Perkins, C. Huntzinger, O. Sikora, C. Peterson. J. Donnell. Row V: L. Busa. M. Urban. T. Burnes, G. Toland. M. Namtvedt. A. Steven. T. Tehan. P. Bert. Row VI: F. Stray. J. Economou, W. Ponder, A. Foreman, K. Taylor, V. Cu- sack, C. Howard, D. Lamb, H. Sager, L. Brown, G. WiUson. 128 Left to Right, Row 1: Bob Moseley, Ray Weber, Rich- ard Kirchhefer, Veina Champ, Bob Kaufmann, Kath- leen Hall, Mary Ann Read, Dorothy Lindstrom, Dorothy Cooper. Row II: Phyllis Benson, Bob Yeil, Shirley Wright, R. Jorgensen, jr., Mary Kennah, La- Vonne Henderson, Janiel Sherard, Joan Johnson, Diane Bechtel, Martha Giaham. Row : Bob Bates, Shirley Keldsen, Dan Stallings, Frank Belecky, Allen Caldwell, Pug Jotgensen, Dedie Pence, Gene Cobb. RODEO CLUB The WYO staff has it from a reliable source (namely the President of the aforementioned group) that the Rodeo Club sponsors the best rodeo east of the Laramie River. Besides this major event, the Club also sponsors a small rodeo on the campus at the time of the Square Dance Festival, held at the university early in the fall quarter. The club sends two delegates to the National Collegiate Rodeo Convention each year. Jerry Whitfield is President of the Rodeo Club; Pug Jorgensen, Veep; Velma Champ, Secretary; Mary Ann Read, Treasurer; and Kathleen Hall and Bob Kauf- mann are publicity directors. Jim Roush President 129 Pat Janssen President A. W. S. The Associated Women Students are self-governing in the truest sense of the word. Elected representatives of every group on the campus make up the A W S Council, which establishes standards and regulations for women students. The group also takes responsibility for guiding freshman girls about the campus and letting them know about the aforementioned regulations. Among their other activities are supervising the Co-Ed Ball and bringing such speakers as Emily Kimbrough for AWS assemblies. Pres- ident Pat Janssen keeps a keen eye on the multitude of details involved. Le i Right, Row .-Janet Lynch, MarKaret Murray, Fern Ljpher, Pat Janssen, Rosemary Schilt, Nancy Edwards. Row II: Joan Smith, Amie Floyd, Donna MacArthur, Mary McAuley, Ruth Irvin, Neva Vicars. Row : Marilyn McKeon, Beatrice Taylor, Geraldine Pence, Sally Brooder, Pam Peeks, Mary Mortensen, Thelma Steinhour. ' Ti ■ 130 T TtV; Left to Right. Row I: Donald Legg, Betty Brettel, Mary Berry, Bob Waggoner, Barbara Meike, Mary Ann Berg, Donald Odegard, Mary McAuley. Row : Marilyn Mowry, Mary Lewis, Lois Covey, Dorothy Lindstrom, Peter Cohen, Barbara Burnside, Joyce Thomson, Norma Strom, Beverly Julian. Row III: Charles VerStraten, Donald Baih, Harry Jukes, Bertha VerStraten, Merle Palmer, Phyllis Jesse, Ed Smith. COLLEGIATE 4- ' H CLI B The green four-leaf clover will always mean something special to this group, for they have followed 4-H since their gradeschool days. The aim of Collegiate 4 ' H is to strive to master homemaking and agriculture. They also aim at service by helping with the State Fair and with Home and Ranch Week at the University. Most of the members help with 4 ' H groups in their communities during the summer. Bob Waggoner is President; Betty Brettel and Don Legg, Vice-presidents; Don Odegard, Treasurer; and Mary Berry, Secretary. Bob Waggoner President 131 Left to Right, Row : Charles Giurlando, Preston Creel, Cliff Marshall, Mr. Keith Rhodes, Mr. Harold Fry, Carrol Daniels, Fred Clements, Albert Rittenour, Dick Rausch, Clarence Leeburg. Row 11: Bill Gilbert, Miles Dustin, Keith Andeison, Louie Shifrar, Ray Huenefcld, Leslie Reed, Joe Taylor, Kenneth Somers, Marvin Davis. Row 111: Donald Cottle, Frank Voler, Thomas Watkins, Floyd Danielson, Vernon Stephens, Frank Krek, Leslie Browne, Clayton Sivertsen, Edwin Kirk. Rou ' IV: Lawrence LeBeau, Frank Mehle, Lee Briggs, Calvin Magnusson, T. H. Mueller, Milton Jones, John Butcher, Charles Pugh, Bill Breslin, Lloyd Beltz. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers unfolds many problems in its field through discussion and research in present situations and problems. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Striving to meet new frontiers in the understanding of international re- lations, cooperation, and preservation of world peace, this organization meets and exchanges ideas concerning international activities. Left to Right, Row :Raymond Lucore, Alberta St. Clair, Eleanor Hughes, Bob Bunten, R. L. Shupe, Jack Hooten. Row II: Mary Trupp, Annette Grote, Lucille Roush, Ingeborg Best, Elizabeth Schwering, Jean Gillespie, Betty Dew. 132 r- IMTl Left to Right: Frances Tetreault, Gladys Freem an, Wilma Dando, Mrs. Margaret Mains. DANCE GROUP Directed by Margaret Mains, the dance group hopes to create lasting inter- est in modern dance through public appearances and assembly programs. An extensive tour of Wyoming towns gained statewide publicity for the group this fall, and it is easy to see that the girls are keeping in " fine shape " through the execution of intricate whirls, twirls, and flip-flops. Left to Right, Row I: Evelyn Tobin, Theo Vozakis, Carol Wirig, Wilma Dando, Lindy Lou Storey. Row 11: Mrs. Margaret Mains, Annette Moore, Addy Snively, Carolyn Hollister, Mildred Payne, Joan Lund. Row : Gladys Freeman, Margie Millhone, Lois Wil- lard, Janet Rutschman, Carol Peterson, Jere Stevens, Frances Tetreault. 133 « 6l$ v Harry L. Harris Fresident •3 " ML 0 - W " , POTTER LAW CtUB Did Margaret Mains kill her husband or didn ' t she? The Potter Lawyers ' Shenannigan of the Year was so realistically staged and publicized that some people are not sure to this day that it was all a practice trial for the law students. The group is also quite active in Homecoming events. It handles the election of the Queen, crowns the Queen, escorts the Queen, takes the Queen on a tour of the state, and fights with the Engineers over custody of the Queen. Charles N. Potter, Wyoming Supreme Court mem- ber and jurist, might turn over in his grave at the high-jinx pulled by his namesakes. Club Chancellor is Harry Harris; Vice-Chancellor, Wally DeLong; and Secretary, Bruce Badley. heU to Right, Row 1: Addison Winter, Prof. George Rudolph, Mrs. Helen Hubbell, Dean R. R. Hamilton, Prof. John O. Rames, Harry Harris. Row II: Robert Costin, Herbert Rovner, Cecil Hughes, Toshiro Suye- matsu, Thomas Whitley, David Scott, Richard Rosen- berry. Row : William Jones, Paul Liamos, Richard Dalton, Harry Leimback, Vincent Ross, John Goodrich, Henry Jones, R. A. Ditzler. 134 Left to Right, Row I: Robert Pender, Mrs. Helen Hubbell, Secretary; Dean R. R. Hamilton, Dudley D. Miles. Ron; : Bruce Shelden, Wm. White, Wm. G. Walton, Duane Strayer, GcorKe Apostolos. Row : Franklin Rolich, Norbett MetzBer, Kenneth Chetwood, Robert LaFollette, Howatd Dickinson. Left to Right, Row I: Wallace Delong, Neil McLean, Robert Sturges, Dean R. R. Hamilton, Howard Wil- Ison, Jack Nicholas. Row U: Donald Collins, Walter Scott, Taylor Belt, Oscar Hall, John Henderson, Jr., Paul Tobin. Row III: Gerald Spence, Walter Ames, Stan Mestel, Bruce Badley, Bob Bath, William Thatch. 135 Dick Pollitz President OUTING CLUB " Oh, we haven ' t had any casualties so far this year. There were several sprained ankles on the last ski trip. " Yes, indeed, the Outing Club is as rugged as its name implies. Climbing at Happy Jack, hiking, and holding steak fries in the snow complete its schedule of events. The members also enjoy such leisurely pursuits as square dancing after a day ' s skiing. The club sponsors the popular all-school Snow Ball during Winter quarter. Head Outdoor Man is Dick Pollitz; Vice-president, Walt Stickler; and Secretary-Treasurer, Laura Wenger. Left to Right, Row I: Ernest Simpson, Lynn Davis, Laura Wenger, Walter Sticker, Dick DeLand, John Lund, Kent Christensen, Dee Fielding. Row II: Nancy Staats, Fern Lupher, Isabel Kennah, Virginia Calmes, Jackie Wilson, Patsy Sutton, N. Massey, Doris Slagowski, Roseanne Schneider. Blanche Cole. Row III: Ray Sloan, Carlos Rodriguez, Tom Miller, Bob Wilson, Dale Mona- han, Winona Wagner, Noel Bivens, Tex Cooper, Jack Underbill. 136 i wm ' i ■ Just waiting for a lift at Libby Creek Ski Run. Those are mighty big snowflakes. 137 Ted Baker President l -KT - VflLVLin CONSERVATION CLUB The name might imply that members of the WildHfe Conservation Club are those students interested in perpetuating parties, but they are not. They are the majors in the professional curriculum of wildlife manage- ment, a fertile field in Wyoming. Since its organization in 1946 the club has had as its aim the promotion of interest in the field. As an outside project, they sponsor a turkey shoot in the fall and a fly and bait casting contest in the spring. President and head conservative is Ted Baker. Left to Righf, Row 1: LeRoy Stewart, Tom Meekin, Merryll Bailey, Ray Porter, John Freytag, Ted Baker. Row II: George Kostal, Fred Williams, Robert Mil- I lis. Jack Doyle, James Cayner. Row HI: George Bax- ter, Jim June, Charles Viox, C. Z. Eddy, Melvin Nehring, R. W. Fautin. 138 M S Left to Right, Row I: J. Gill, V. Craaf, B. Bell, S. Jones, B. Bryant, B. Miracle, J. Yost, L. Sea- man, M. Dierlcs. Row II: P. McLeod, D. Crowder, B. Black, R. Wall, M. Wiberg, B. Fisher, M. McCarthy, P. Wolaver, R. Lowham. Row : S. Fcltner, J. Brungard, N. Randolph, B. Bundy, J. Sherard, L. Covey, K. Jorgensen, B. Enos, E. Wood, L. Boucr. Rou ' IV: C. Vickery, M. Barbour, B. Morss, M. VanDrew, S. Gieck, B. Zuck, J. Ball, D. Palmer, J. Thompson, N. Seeburg. Row V: B. Snider, V. Vance, G. Baker, B. Dunn, D. Marburger, F. Penn, D. Wilkins, D. Clodius, M. Christensen, J. Heckart. HOYT HALL Have you ever had water thrown at you through a transom, or come in at 1:00 a.m. to find your room stacked? If not, you ' ve never lived at Hoyt Hall, home of 150 blooming freshman coeds. Any remaining high spirits are worked off giving parties and working out for intramural sports. Sally Brooder is House President of the lively dorm. Left to Right, Row 1: S. Bristow, D. Stallbaum, D. Downey, P. Graham, R. Ellis, J. Sedgwick, B. Breed- ing, M. Alison, V. DeVier, D. Stump. Row 11: M. Rochford, B. Mill, M. Wiley, A! Korrell, L. Johnson, L. Millward, B. Bobbitt, B. Dew, D. Bechtel, M. Waymire, M. Bradner, L. Welch, D. Carroll. Rou : B. Lurin, B. Smith, J. Gilbert.son, D. Nickelson, S. Hand, C. Fagnant, J. Cloos, S. Adsit, M. Berg, N. Avis, J. Schick, L. hmdersen. Row IV: V. Gardner, L. Gardner, C. Riedl, N. Nelson, M. Free- man, E. Ostling, J. Edwards, M. Chilton, G. Jack- son, D. Wilde, M. Nicholson, M. Shidler. B. Loomis. Row V: N. Gardner, N. Ring, J. Part- ridge, B. VerStratten, P. ' " aylor S. Brooder, J. Jones, J. McDermet, W. Conn N. Bailly, K. Jons, B. Sheldon, P. Reeves. 139 Donna McArthur President fVk] KNfGHT HALL Just south of Prexy ' s Pasture, a hop, skip, and jump from the Union, a slightly longer hop from the L. A. building — is Knight Hall, ideally situ- ated for the 130 girls who reside there. And for the boys who stream through its office and gracious lounge. Knight functions as any other organized group on the campus, with queen candidates. Spur, and Iron Skull representatives. This year its candidate, Mary Lou Lessinger, was elected Homecoming Queen, and the girls also won the Independents ' trophy in the Homecoming Sing. Much to the chagrin of certain other groups, Knight Hall traditionally walks off with honors in the intramurals, too. Donna MacArthur serves as House President for the lively coeds. Left to Right. Row 1: R. A. Hill, W. Shaul, J. Bentsen, C. Baillic, M. McCulloch, D. Ward, M. Mleziva, J. Jones, C. Roberts. Ro v 11: R. Doonan, K. Whitlock, L. Ribble, E. Lewis, P. Peeks, J. Tucker, B. Morgan, A. Cronin, C. Morton. Row lU: R. Lindsey, M. Kennah, D. Slagowski, N. Massey, B. StirlinR, j. Roberts, A. Sloan, S. Haverthier, D. Lindstrom, S. BauRhn, 1. Tinker. Row IV: B. An- drews, J. Vines, A. McFarlane, S. Wiker, I. Foote, H. Randolph, M. WiUman, P. Benson, L. Haines- Monical, S. SterlinK, S. Keldsen. 140 Carol Woods leads the one hundred thirty inhabitants of Knight Hall to First Place among the Independents at the Homecoming Sing. Left to Right, Row 1: D. Manning, E. Pentecost, A. Goodrich, R. Green, P. Winborne, R. Polka, H. Meeks, J. Martin, F. Curtiss, j. Lewis. Row 11: S. Simmons, J. Drysclale, D. Moses, j. Poljanec, M. Mayland, C. Peterson, D. McArthur, R. Schneider, C. Barthell, K. Pape, V. Evans, P. Trimmer. Row 111: B. Bloom, L. Dickson, M. LessinRer, J. Rutsch- man, W. Kivi, R. Becker, A. Enckson, C. Trusheim, L. McCoy, G. Matiba, V EverhnR, M. Erwin. Row IV: N. Staats, B. Brake, M. Juvan, M. Aspaas, V. Pape, S. Thompson, D. Mathew, M. Wain, H. Susich, E. Perlt, D. Lacey, C. Kuntzman. 141 Marian Chiltan President INDEPENDENTS The music and voices streaming from the Union ballroom on Monday evenings indicate the perpetuation of a fine old American tradition. These people are being Independent. All unaffiliated students are eligible to join the organization, which meets each Monday for its informal dances and movies. They also enter teams in the intramurals and carry on a very active social program in all ways. Sparkplugs of the group are Presi- dent Marian Chiltan and Sponsor S. H. Harding. Left to Right, Row I: Marian Chiltan, Birchall Bundy Dorothy Crowder, Chiyoko Tanaka, Gerry Mariba, Joyce Thomson. Row : Carole Trusheim, Helen Susich, Lois Welch, Lois Covey, Jean Gilbertson. Row : Bob Bailey, Earl Chamberlain, Betty Smith, JoAnn Jones, Bob Bunten. 142 Left to Right, Row I: Beverly Julian, Louise Claar, Marion Marlatt, Betty Matkovich, Pat Miller, Mat- sua Nakamura. Rou; : Patti Hageman, Alberta St. Clair, Evelyn McKiney, Jane Hall, Margaret Cain, Betty Brettell, Elizabeth Schwering. Row III: Rosella Mercer, Earlene NoUer, Mary Berry, Gay Chase, Mary Sterrett, JoAnn Roulston, June WoUen- zien, Joan Toucher, Jacque Janssen. SOUTH WING Ninety girls live in the new South Wing addition to Knight Hall. Natur- ally, the place is never dull. Besides having dorm parties, the residents have a special project this year; paying visits to Ivinson Memorial Home. At Christmas they serenaded the Home in a body. President Bea Taylor keeps close watch of her fellow coeds, aided by Marge Lovshe, Secretary; Patty Hageman, Treasurer; and Louise Claar, Vice-president. Left to Right, Row I: Beatrice Taylor, Lois Miller Midori Ono, Miriam Nauman, Phyllis Mortensen, Aleen Morck, Jacqueline Buchanan, Georgia Goldberg. Row Jl: Les Hill, Chiyoko Tanaka, Shirley Fox, Lydia Rinehart, Edna Beall, Evelyn Tobin, Lois Clark, Judy Pryde, Alice Baird. Row III: Norma Herbeck, Elaine Kochiras, Helena Marlncic, Mary Lewis, Twila Stuhr, Karma Partridge, Betty Anderson, Francis Shreve, Jac- quie Willis. Row IV: Margaret Lovshe, Allegra Anderson, Margaret Rawley, Ardith Johnson, Louise Boam, Vivian Clairmont, Mary Tripp, Bonnie Erick- son, Lorraine Dykins, Ingeborg Best. 143 Marilyn Small President PHARMACY CLUB The College of Pharmacy at Wyoming is only five years old, and one of its proudest achievements is having a junior branch of the American Pharmaceutical Society. This organization really pursues its subject, for one of its main activities is the sponsoring of a trip to the East during spring vacation for all its junior and senior members. This year ' s trek was to Chicago, v here they visited leading pharmacitical houses and heard speakers in the field who gave them all the latest dope on the prescription business. Promoting National Pharmacy Week and entering a float in the Homecoming Parade helped keep them busy the remainder of the year. Marilyn Small is President. Left to Right, Row 1: Ken Witzeling, Marilyn Small, Roy Teply, Theodore King, Dr. D. W. O ' Day, Ra- mona Parkinson, Andrew Long, Jack Roche, Byron Hipps. Row II: Kenneth Christoffetsen, Dale Nelson, Jack Cratner, John McCarthy, Ernest Celebre, Elmer Bay, Sherry Martin, Dorothy Crowder, Phyllis McLeod. Row Ul: James Johnson, Joe Knors, Don Gabelson, Robert McGraw, George Jennings, Harry Mayor, Ralph Shafcr, Joe Toland, Bill Hardy. Row IV: Alfred McNutt, Ed Small, Ivan Caudill, Fred Nicholas, Jack Kortz, Don Taber, Kenneth Neilson, Ronald Ober- haltzer, Burdette Forsch, EIroy Wirtz. 144 Left to Richt. Row I: R. Schafer, L. Dickson, J. Can- trcll, M. Hardee, W. Kirby, P. Jesse, D. Wilkins, A. Bylund. Row II: M. Rochford, J. Ruckcr, E. Friescn, C. Baillie, C. Barthell, B. Fitzsimonds, F. Snocker, D. Ayer. Row III: L. Lappala, R. Hill, A. Erickson, E. Hay, N. Edwards, E. Walters, A. Johnson, M. Morten- sen. Roil ' IV: I. Fooic, M. Willman, M. Stcrrctt, A. Malcolm, Venlta Papc, C. Trusheim, B. Anderson, V. Claitmont, J. Wolienzein. Row V: A. St. Clair, M. Wiley, B. Wolfe, M. Aspaas, V. Thomas, N. Herbeck, B. Pebbles, Nola Gardner, M. Tripp, B. Perlt. RED PENCIL Wyoming ' s thriving College of Education is well represented by Red Pencil, for all interested Education students. One of the group ' s finest and least known works is the triptych, or nativity scene, which graces the lawn by the library during the Ch ristmas season. Under the guidance of President Bill Sullins, they are conducting a teacher recruiting program among high school seniors throughout the state as a special project this year. Left to Right, Row I: Shirley Jones, Clarence Samford, Mary Sabin, Edna Beall, William Sullin.s, Laddie Kumelos, George Holliscer. Row II: Lois Miller, Joyce Bentsen, Rosemae Doonan, Amy Floyd, Patri Hageman, Ruth Lowham, Midori Ono, Kathryn Whitlock, Marion Marlatt. Row III: William Johnson, Joe Urban, John Magnetti, Jean Vines, MarRaret Murray, Marilyn Barbour, Shirley Fox. Row IV: Sidney Sanchez, Ted Phelps, Pat Doyle, Joe Kreuter, Dedie Tanner, Edwin McMillen, William Yannaccone, Lawrence Lofgren. 145 Guy Brock President AGRfCUiTURE CLVB The eager look you note on these young men ' s faces is anticipation of the new Ag building. These are the men who will frequent it; these ar e the Ag majors. In the fall they hold forth in full force with the Little Inter- national, modeled after the livestock show of that name. While it is for the primary purpose of giving the youths experience in showing livestock, the whole student body enjoys the many other events. Exhibits, contests in hog-calling, chicken-catching, and riding the bucking barrel, are topped off by a succulent barbecue. The organization also sends livestock judging teams to contests throughout the nation. Guy Brock is Top Farm-Hand. Another rider bites the straw after being defeated by the famous bucking drum at the Little International. 146 Left to Right, Row I: Elmer Rerucha, Jerome Doherry, Ed Wren, Dale Fedeier, Melvin Schneider, James Hoff- man. Row : Earl Chamberlain, James Scotr, Allen Caldwell, Raymond Jorgensen, Roberr Kaufmann, Orley Arthur. Rou ' ( : Donald Nickel, Carl Willford, Jack Zimmerer, Donald Knott, John Heyntman, Jim Davis. Left to Right, Row 1: Allen Herold, Gerald Moravek, Dave Fuller, Guy Brock, LaVerne Powell, C. R. Rhode, E. K. Faulkner, John M. Cameron. Row II: James Blackstone, Jr., Robert Sessa, Jr., Glen Roehr- krasse. Bill Brown, Thomas Trowbridge, Leslie Sonder, Roberr Lyon, Jr., Oakley Lamphere. Rou ' : Ed Smirh, Bob Waggoner, Charles VerSiraten, Donald Legg, John K. Cameron, Larry Mitich, Lloyd Lacey, Dean Swan. 147 Bruce Shelden President Two representatives from each religious group on the campus make up the Student Council of Religious Organizations. Purpose of the Council is to coordinate activities of its member clubs and to promote fellowship among them. These aims are furthered by the Student Religious Organi ' zations banquet each quarter and by the sponsorship of Religious Empha- sis Week. R. E. Week was under the direction of Nancy Hunter this year, and featured Dr. Eliot Porter. Bruce Shelden is President, Chester Hejde, Vice ' President, Mary Jackson, Secretary, and Ronald Willis, Treasurer. ; Left to Right, Row 1: Mary Jockson, Bruce Shelden, Chester Hejde, Ronald Willis. Row : Nancy Hunter, Carol Conger, Donn Muckey, Sally Sims, Donna Marburger. 148 Left to Right, Row I: N. D. Morgan, Eugene David, Dave Dunlap, Charles VerStraten. Row II: Beverly Black, Karh- tyn Whitlock, Nadine Schunter, Leah Ribble, Bertha VerStraten. Row 111: Elna Larsen, John Nitz, James Kenagy, Kenneth L. Taylor. CAMPI S CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP The purpose of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is to " create a fellow- ship in Christ, together with a spiritual edification of all members. " The organization holds daily prayer meetings, Friday night Bible studies, Sun- day evening song fests, and good-time parties. Charlie VerStraten is Presi- dent of the group, Eugene David serves as Vice-President, and the Secretary-Treasurer is Virginia Dornan. UNITED STUDENT FELLOWSHIP Kent Mahlman heads this group, composed of students from the Evangeli- cal and Reformed Churches and the Congregational Christian Churches. Left to Right, Row I: Marguerite Schoen, Margaret Hesemaiin, Marian Benshoof. Row 11: Rev. John McCormick, Kent Mahlman, Bruce Shelden. 149 Bob Hall President CANTERBURY Cil B As of this spring, the Canterbury Club has a new home in which to carry on its many activities. It provides a fitting background for such gracious customs as a " coffee hour " after church for friends and relatives, and Wednesday morning communion breakfast. One of the group ' s pet pro- jects is under the direction of Missionary Chairman Jack Monteith. Each Sunday that the roads are passable, several of the members motor to Fox Park to conduct Sunday School and Church services. Presiding over the Canterbury House group is Bob Hall. Vice-President, Mary Jackson; Treasurer, Kathleen Hall; and Secretary, Marilyn Kean. Left to Right. Row 1: L. Dykins, E. Tobin, E. Wren, M. Kean, R. Hall, Rev. C. Walin, Chaplain, M. Jackson, J. Monteith, N. Hunter, K. Hall, J. Willi.s. Row 11: P. Hunton, D. Renken, J. Lund, J. Rut.sch- man, K. Sakurada, T. Vo:aki,s, B. Shinmori, A. Goodrich, S. RoRan, E. Gros.s, D. Hilgert. Row 111: M. LonB M. Mowry, G. Atkinson, J. Kneedler, A. By- lund, F. Shreve, V. Doinan, A. Traill, R. Waggener, C. Van Blair, G. Chase, B. Fitzsimonds. Row IV: W. Johnston, R. Thompson, C. Reynolds, B. Mc- Henry, W. Hannifin, J. Hejde, C. Perkins, P. Hal- lowell, E. Kingham, D. Ayer, D. Schroeder, L. Rou.sh. Row V: S. Andrew, G. Kellam, J. Maggard, P. Janssen, R. Melin, R. Baroody, M. Paine, H. Harris, D. Irvin, P. Irvin, W. Young, J. Janssen, A. Mockler. 150 Left to Right, Row I: Gerry Matiba, Rosanne Schnei- der, Eleanor Hughes, Chuck Giurlando, Chuck Viox, Marge Lovshe, Bea Raylor, Helena Marincic, Louise McCoy. Row II: William Murphy, Carole Trusheim, Jenny Poljanec, Beverly Arkoosh, Pat McQuinn, Betty Enos, JoAnne Edwards, Leah Ross, Marilyn Freeman. Row : James Vance, Janer Lynch, Orley Arthur, Har- old Bull, Mark Cameron, Helen Susich, Merlin Cooney, Betty Matkovich, Norma Herbeck. Row IV: Donald Lorenzi, George Bull, Arthur Curtin, Jim Wagner, Tom Mekin, Jack Lanin, Vivian Clairmont, Patty Cuthbertson. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club, for students of Catholic affiliation, is one of the most active groups on the campus. On Friday nights the Parish Hall re-echoes the fun of their open houses, and the first Sunday of the month is marked by a communion breakfast. This year the chapter plays host to a Province convention, with delegates from schools in Colorado and Utah. They also participate in inter-province bowling tourneys. Highlights of this round of activity are formal initiation banquets in the fall and spring, and the formal Cardinal Ball. These events are all chronicled in the club ' s monthly newspaper, the Laramie Newmaneer. Charles Viox is President. Charles Viox President 151 Mary Lou Lessinger President ROGER Wfiif AMS CLUB One of the many fine religious groups on the campus is the Roger Williams Club, for students of Baptist affiliation. On Sunday evenings the members enjoy meetings at the Baptist Service Center, with supper, a social hour, and devotions. In the spring they hold a retreat to the mountains to plan the program for the coming year. Mary Lou Lessinger is President, Ken Taylor, Vice-President, and Pansy Stout, Secretary. Charlotte Williamson is Program Chairman. Left to Right, Row I: Pansy Stout, Maty Lou Lessingei, Kenneth Tayloi, Mts. C. F. Batr, Donna Matburgei. Row : Katheiine Folstet, Betty Chtisty, Eugene David, Mary Mortensen, Charlotte Williamson. Roif III: Calvin Magnusson, Lauren Christy, Stanley Glass, Richard Grothe, Fred Clements, Asa Brooks. 152 Left to Right, Row I: Birchall Bundy, Shirley Brisrow, Donn Muckey, Betty Jo Laurin, Dale Federer, Miriam Nauman, Chester Hejde, Phyllis Mortensen, Margaret Cain. Row 11: Geraldine Marts, Marian Chilton, Dawn Wilde, Louise Boam, Jean Drysdale, Dorothea Stallbaum, Doris Downey, Mary McAuIey, Frances Johnson, Diane Bechtel. Row : Karhryn Cook, Frances Maser, Joe Teeter, Jody Burkhart, Betty Smith, JoAn Jones, Rev. Richard Halbert, Maudiebell Leavens, Beverly Albright. Row IV: Charles Conley, Virginia Keegan, Carl Welty, Edward H. Maser, Gilbert Ward, Preston Creel, Donald Harris, J. L. Henderson, Jr., Walter Leavens. YfESLEY FOUNDATION That desolate, here ' I ' am ' in-a ' Strange-place-and-all-alone feeling peculiar to freshmen is readily dissolved for students of Methodist faith. From the first, the Wesley Foundation welcomes them to its Sunday evening supper meetings and frequent parties. Good fellowship is the keynote of all these activities, as well as the fall quarter Freshman Banquet, Spring Banquet, and Spring Formal. Dale Federer is President of the Foundation; Miriam Nauman, Vice-President; Betty Jo Laurin, Sec; and Chester Hejde, Treas. Dale Federer President 153 Bill Kirby President WESTMINSTER FOUNDATION Westminster Foundation is an organization for young people of the Pres- byterian faith. This group meets every Sunday afternoon to listen to prominent university or religious speakers. They discuss the topic of the day over a supper prepared by the students, then a social period follows. The Foundation publishes " The Presby Times " for all of the churches in the state and to keep the home folks informed. The organization consists of university students, with Bill Kirby, President, leading the group. Com- missioners are Marion Wain, Bonnie Everling, Bob McDill, Ruth Hill, and the SCRO Representative is Dave Clough. Le r to Rtg if, Row : David Dunlap, Rev. John Mc- Connell, William Kirby, David Cloush. Rou ' : Nancy Bane, Joan Davidson, Carolyn Barrhel, Bonnie EverlinR, Marion Wain. Rou ' : Beverly Black, Sarah Wikcr, Helen Karch, Robert Guthrie, Robert Wain, Robert McDill, Allen Knapp, Duncan Jenny, Neil Kinney, Rudolph Peisker. 154 Left to RiRht. Row 1: Mike Orr, John Welsh, Laura Wenger, Wayne Blackman, Marc Colvtn, Robert Willson. Row 11: Joe Ruzycki, Ronald Willis. Noel Bivens, John Haun, Gene Wilorh. Row 111: Dan Bozanic, John Traut, Marion Berlin, Bob Buffett, James Hawkins. C£RATOPSIAN CLUB No, children, a Ceratopsian is not first cousin to a Crustacean. He is a Geology major at the University of Wyoming. And he is not really crazy, either; he simply enjoys playing with rocks. The purpose of the organiza ' tion, according to President Wayne Blackman, is to stimulate interest in the field and to promote good relations between students and faculty of the department. The first aim is covered in its regular meetings and field trips, while the second is taken care of at the spring Geology Picnic, at which the two parties square off on the Softball diamond. The ground hounds also enjoy participating in the intramurals, and taking honors in the Homecoming Parade. Wayne Blackman President 155 Fern Lupher President HOM£ ECONOMICS CLUB This club is open to all students taking Horn Ec. courses. The group sends at least one delegate each year to the National American Home Economics Association convention. This fall the group observed United Nations Day with a tea for foreign students. Money-making project of the year is the Christmas bazaar, where homemade candy, aprons, and hand-made gifts are sold. The Home Ec. Club President is Fern Lupher. Marje Hejde is Vice-President, Bonnie Everling, Secretary, and Ann McFarlane, Treas- urer. Miss Myrtle Mainquist is sponsor of the Club. Left to Right. Row I: B. Bundy, N. Avis, C. Wirig, B. Everling, A. McFarlane, F. Lupher, M. Hejde, P. Sutton, B. Brettell, N. Schunter, M. Erwin, R. Schilt. Row U: B. Bell, M. McAuley, M. Mowry, K. Reusser, E. Schirz, D. McArthur, C. Williamson, M. Klerks, L. Rinehart, L. McCoy, Joan Rochford, Jean Rochford. Row lU: J. Thomson, O. Kurtz, R. Foreman, T. Steinhour, M. Williams, M. Trowbridge, L. Ross, H. Marinzic, B. Burnside, B. Chalman, D. Cooper, B. Brake, B. Reeve, P. Taylor, J. Janssen. 156 Left to Right. Roui J: S. Gieck, K. Jons, J. Buchanan, M. Nikamura, V. Graaf, B. Bell, D. McArthur, B. Breeding, K. Palmer, E. Wood. Row U: J. Ball, A. St. Clair, L. Dykins, M. Lovshe, P. Hageman, J. Brungard, L. Covey, D. Nickelson, J. Hejde, M. Hejde. Row 111: M. Williams, M. Van Drew. R. Mercer, M. Sterretr, J. Roulston, G. Atkinson, C. Fagnant, J. Thomson, K. Jorgensen, S. Brisrow. Row IV: V. Vance, D. Wilkins, D. Marburger, L. Gardener, V. Gardener, N. Gardener, V. Clairmont, A. Johnson, D. Clodius, M. Payne, J. Janssen. W.A.A. Presided over by Charleen Baillie, WAA is for the purpose of promoting women ' s sports. For this reason they sponsor basketball, volleyball, and Softball tournaments. Every girl on the campus is eligible to take part in these intra-murals, and they are strongly supported. heft to Right. Row 1: N. Schroll, D. Ayer, J. Daniels, M. Chinchar, O. Kurtz, P. Scully, M. Mortenscn, J. Miracle, G. Chase. Ro« ' : J. Willis, J. Schick, S. Adsit, L. Johnson, N. Vicars, M. Holkcnbrink, T. Steinhour, C. Baillie, Miss L.. Thouin, N. Topham, J. Smith, E. Tobin, P. Scott. Row 111: C. Finn, R. Doonan, R. Schilt, M. Rochford, A. Lowe, M. Way- mite, M. Shilder, J. Sherad, D. Lindstrom, H. Mccks, M. Mowry, C. WiriK, K. Patrick, B. Lamkin. Row IV: J. Kohl, J. Rochford, Joan Rochford, D. Vicars, E. Coope, N. Staats, S. Hand, B. Brown, L. Mot- tonen, T. Vozakis, J. Edwards, K. Parttidge, F. Lupher, P. Janssen. Ron ' V: J. Sundby, N. Pape, S. Wright, P. Cuthbertson, B. Dawson, V. Pape, J. Jones, I. Kennah. Roit ' VI: K. Luman, A. Schroll, P. Jesse, G. Pence, P. Reeves, N. Ring, B. Reeve, G. Baker, D. Mathew, W. Wagner, D. Ward, M. Graham, D. Cooper, A. Bylund, A. Mockler. 157 Mr. Allan WiUman Chairman, Division of Music MUSIC DEPARTMENT There are a number of reasons leading us to expect a brilliant future for the Division of Music: the great growth in enrollment during the past ten years (it has quadrupled), the greater amount of publicity being issued, increased number of course offerings, tours, special clinics, and other special services. The Creative Arts Workshop, held each summer, in which the Division of Music takes a prominent part, is becoming widely known throughout the country. Students and music supervisors in the state are looking more and more to the University because of the program in music education. Reports from as far away as California indicate that our program in this field is attracting considerable attention. The Uni- versity Band is generally considered one of the three best in the western states and its yearly tours carry home to the people of Wyoming audible proof of its high standard of performance. Lejt to Right: Miss Helen Hylton, Theodore Walstrum, Charles Seltenrich, Miss Marysue Barns, Robert Becker, Edgar Lewis, Hugh Mackinnon, George Gunn, Allan Willman. 158 Left to Right: Hugh Mackinnon, Robert Becker, Miss Marifred Lebhart. Mr. George Gunn leading the mixed chorus in the new University Fight Song at the Homecoming Sing. 159 • - ' t- , maJTiimi rfwSti. P-m, gf If ' .._Jt. University Band performing during half-time at the Colorado Agg; MUSIC DEPARTMENT le game. Marching Band forms a " W " for spectators during half- time. {r.l f «»- ' ' f 160 ( DEDICATED TO FIRST LIEUT. FRED RAMOS, Infantry, U. S. A. . . . . . . age 25, killed in action November 1950 while fighting with United Nations Forces in Korea. Graduated from the University of Wyoming December 1949, and commissioned Second Lieut., Regular Army, January 1, 1950. Entered com- bat in Korea with the 3Sth Inf. Regiment, 2nd Inf. Division. Wounded once and returned to duty. Lt. Ramos was a veteran of World War II and received Invasion Arrowhead and five Bat- tle Stars in the Pacific Theater, and the Combat Infantry Badge. .u - ' - J -- Jl R.O.T.C ' Iff AVi Left: Honorary Cadet Colonel Joan Lund, Queen of the Military Ball Top Attendant: Shellie Astleford Above Attendant: Barbara Bourne lyiLt WYOMING RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS Wyoming is proud of the 450 members of its R.O.T.C. unit, who last year won a superior rating in inspections of the 5th Army Area. Left to Right: John Rowland, First Sgt.; Bob Okamoto, Sec- ond Lt.; Ken Johnson, First Lt.; Russ Patterson, Captain. SCABBARD AND BLADE Gentlemen soldiers all, these are members of Scab- bard and Blade, military honorary. The members are advanced ROTC students, officers in the corps, and must have a 2.00 average in military, and a 2.60 overall average. Standards such as these have made the organization proud of its members since it was founded on the campus in 1929. Russ Pat- terson is Captain of E Company, 7th Regiment. Left to Right, Row 1: R. Patterson, W. Roberts, J. Nolan, J. Buchan, D. Jensen, D. Schroeder. Row U: R. Annala, R. Ramsey, C. Headland, J. Reesy, J. Rowland, B. Okamoto. Row : V. Connor, F. Rauchfuss, G. Manley, C. Leeburg, W. Gibson, G. Bower. 163 Maryan Forbes Sponsor Left to Right. Row : B. Shinmori, J. Zoble, P. Chris- topherson, L. Thomas, M. Crook, R. Kamp, J. Page. Row II: C. Thomas, J. Dumbrill, G. Dumbrill, G. Barry, E. Chamberlain, B. Parr, R. Laycock. Row J : N. Philhps, L. Clark, C. Beverly, B. Lucus, T. Henthorne, B. Chri.srensen. COMPANY A Capt. Wray instructs Basic students in the use of symbols as part of their military training and preparedness. 164 FIRST PLATOON — Left to Right, Row I: E. Parkison, T. Drnas, C. Cochran, D. Coulter, G. Snodgrass, P. Carlin. Row U: R. Grothe, J. Gilmour, J. Morris, K. Topham, D. Uchner, F. Carroll, S. Sanchez. Row 111: M. Christopulos, J. Anselmi, G. Whitside, K. Currey, J. Quigley, J. Milberg, R. Quint. SECOND PLATOON — Left to Right. Row l:M. Baumer, G. Roum, J. Davis, R. Burnaugh, J. Urban, J. Teter, R. Earley, D. Seyfarth. Roui II: D. Kurtz, D. Jenny, M. Juppo, A. Rodriguez, C. Thome, R. Jorgensen, E. Smith, J. Jarrett. Row 111: J. Daley, D. Easton, L. Schlachter, R. Bailey, W. Chapek, C. Hunter, K. Sakurada, F. Bessler. THIRD PLATOON — Left to Right, Row I: C. Turner, G. Kellam, D. Piehl, E. Knoll, J. Hindorff, R. Williams. J. Mundschenk, R. Linville, D. Memmer. Row 11: D. Tech, F. Murray, E. MacClean, D. Odegard, G. Legersky, R. Gar- foot, J. Gogerty, R. Castle. Row 111: R. Lutterman, T. Layman, J. Taylor, R. Gihier, J. Doyle, R. Gossett, R. Edwards, H. Brokaw, B. Sneddon. 165 Barbara Bourne Sponsor FIRST PLATOON — Left to Right. Row I: R. DcSomber, J. Hastings, W. Whitehead, R. Brown, W. Henderson. R. Straits. Row U: J. Jiacolctti, G. LcBeau, D. Fielding, D. Bauman, J. Rife, J. Morrison. Row : K. Christensen, W. Weber, J. Whiteman, J. Harns, R. Steege, M. Boland. COMPANY C y SECOND PLATOON — Left to Right, Row I: C. Marcott, A. Caldwell, L. BuUinger, C. Fuller, R. Kirk, T. Con- nolly, H. Dent. Row : J. Cramer, L. Pickett, G. Lewis, M. Fluckigtr, D. Fausset, N. Wilkie, B. Willford. Row 111: R. Finch, M. Campbell, B. McHenry, T. Johnson, B. Cox, W. Fraser, D. Stallings. 166 COMPANY O FIRST PLATOON — Left to Right, Row I: L. Roberts. J. Monteith. B. Burnaugh, T. Panalsek, F. Jensen, J. Esmay. Row 11: J. Mulvehal, C. Dixon, D. Ellerby, R. Juvan, G. Shyneovich, S. Kouris. Row : T. Cassidy, S. Lindenbaum, C. Meredith, D. Carpenter, Don Olcott, N. Eliopulos. SECOND PLATOON — Left to Right, Row I: J. Slothower, D. Haupt, A. Zellner, R. Palm, L. Pullum, R. Houtz, J. Dolence. Row : F. Hildebiand, W. Grove, D. Morris, M. Hein, B. McCutcheon, R. Lucore. Row III: R. Viner, W. Whiteside, W. Demontbrcun, D. Thweatt, J. Watts, D. McPherson. THIRD PLATOON — Left to Right, Row 1: B. Lawson, J. Dolence, E. Johnson, D. Bark, L. Clark, J. Kylander, G. Riggle. Row II: J. Bowers, J. Fedorsin, B. Cates, C. Wing, B. Detnontbreun, J. Dugger, B. Binley. Row 111: J. Field, B. Bretetnitz, D. Landeen, L. Vaughn, L. Duncan, R. Mabie, J. Jones. 167 FIRST PLATOON — Left to Right. Row 1: K. Moedl, J. Desmond, P. Irwin, R. Harris, D. Vandcnberg, T. Gli- gorea, L. McComesy, O. Ludecke, J. Lannan. Row II: R. Steinhour, R. Stevenson, G. Gligorea, B. O ' Neill, L. Ballinger, N. Carroll, D. Robison, N. Eddins. Row III: M. Skinner, A. Peterson, L. Davenport, J. Burke, K. Hing, M. Bennett, L. Wagner. COMPANY £ SECOND PLATOON — Left to Right, Row 1: C. Afflerbach, G. Angelos, P. Joslin, B. Bates, J. Burbaker, C. R. Skinner, W. L. Sinclair. Roui : F. Steinhour, D. FoUerton, D. Knott, J. Zimmerer, M. Rankin, B. Wolf, C. Ryote (not present). Row III: D. Moffet, E. F. Garrity, B. Williams, W. Saxon, O. Bradley (not present). 168 ii; t " COMPANr F FIRST PLATOON — Left to Right, Row 1: O. Dawson, J. Scott, R. Crow, L. Jarman, R. Schneider, L. Wheeler, D. Barlow, B. Martin. Row U: T. Lambert, B. Hockley, R. Schliske, B. Baker, D. Hudson, D. Blevins, B. McDill. Row 11} : J. Barnes, D. Wymore, R. Porter, P. Crissman, J. Fike, V. Clairmon. SECOND PLATOON — left to Right, Row J: L. Lattimore, B. Galusha, W. Briggs, G. Cobb, L. Maxfield, F. Schmidt, J. Clare. Rou; : B. Guthrie, D. Muckey, D. Strube, M. Palmer, D. Cooperrider, D. Farrer. Row III: B. Rhodes, J. Hicks, B. Baker, L. Dunham, A. Bell, F. Prevedel, R. Williams. THIRD PLATOON — Left to Right, Row I: J. McMurry, E. Schmale, M. Cooney, P. Garcia, W. Richey, A. Moine, D. Harris, R. Liebsack. Roui : R. Weber, R. Morris, D. Taylor, D. Matere, C. VanBlair, J. Bloom. Row 111: W. Baker, O. Arthur, W. Smith, W. Strannigan, H. Forman, J. Nielson. 169 RIFLE TEAMS Sgt. Trout points out the bull ' s-eyes and the experts look pleased. Of the more than 200 students who try out for rifle teams in October, only about 60 win places on the Varsity, ROTC, or Women ' s teams. These students are justifiably proud to represent the University in matches at Stillwater, Oklahoma, Lincoln, Nebraska, Boulder, and Cheyenne. R. O. T. C. — Left to Right, Row I: D. Odegard, E. Babcock, Sgt. Trout, V. Connor, K. Johnson. Row I : E. Wren, M. Bennett. R. Yeik, R. Kirchhefer. 170 WOMEN ' S — Left to Right, Row : Judy Pryde, Mary Ann Read, Sgt. Ira Trout, Amie Floyd, Edith Ostling, Daphne Watd. Row U: Reta Wick, Ernestine Schierz, Mary Stertett, Jeannette Sherard, Betty Andrew, Carol Peterson, Matsua Nakamura. Row III: Mary Petets, Jayne Hejde, Jo Ann Roulston, Bonnie Etickson, Vivian Clair- mont, Batbaia Breeding, Sue Kramer, Marcia Hick. VARSITY — Left to Right, Row J: E. Rerucha, J. Wrobleske, Sgt. Trout, R. Wheeler, C. Williams. Row U: J. Tanaka. D. Odegard, E. Babcock, K. Johnson, B. Massey. Row : W. Scott, R. Willis, C. Hempel, V. Connor, D. Dunlap, D. Kimzey. 171 RIFJ.E TEAMS Top: Rifle team members getting that all important practice and instruction before firing for record. Above: Sgt. Trout instructs Barbara Burnside about the correct target picture as Mary Ann Read gives moral support. 172 JRi ' -TZ HONOR GUARD FIRST PLATOON — Left to Right, Row I: K. Blair, Felix Buchenroth, Jr. H. Shelton, R, Austin, R. Pugh, W; Helterbran, D. Bach, T. Benson. Row : N. Panopoulos, E. Criss, R. Alexander, H. Meier, R. Stouffer, G. Burke, R. Thompson, D. Glossen. Row UI: C. Mohr, D. King, D. Cole, D. Blood, D. Joder, M. Long, K. Ferrin, R. Yeik, R. Kirchhefer. SECOND PLATOON — Left to Right, Row J: R. Hand, D. Harris, J. Maggard, G. Feather, O. Burris, J. Roberts, M. Moberly, D. Sparks. Row U: H. Athain, R. Lilihons, P. Oliver, L. Welty, D. Corbett, B. Looney, R. Martin, D. Lorenzi, J. Weir. Row III: G. Chingas, R. Tyer, D. Jordan, J. Lee, J. Pike, J. Elder, Z. Bohrer, J. Uhe, P. Boucher. OFFICERS, PLATOON LEADERS, AND SQUAD LEADERS — Left to Right, Row Ii J. Rosenthal, J. McConnaughey, C. Sivertson, V. Connor, D. Schroeder, E. Babcock, C. Taylor, C. Mohr. Row II: H. Athan, D. Glosson, F. Buchenroth, Jr., R. Stouffer, G. Chingas, D. Joder, W. Helterban, R. Hand. Sgt. Greer, Cadets, Capt. Connor, Lt. Col. Schroeder. 173 ADVANCED STUDENTS Cadet Col. D. R. Patterson Regimental Commander Cadet Lt. Col. Rod Ramsey Regimental Exec. Ojficer Left to Right. Row 1: W. Gibson, D. Schroeder, J. Reesy, J. Rowland, M. Ladd, K. Albright, K. Johnson, R. Okamoto. Roif : G. Davis, F. Rauchfuss, B. Fogle, G. Manley, C. Leeburg, D. McMurry, R. Roberts. Roui III: L. Bellamy, R. Ramsey, E. Babcock, R. Annala, G. Tope, J. Buchan, E. Armstrong. Row IV: V. Connor, D. Jensen, G. Bower, R. Patterson, W. Roberts, H. Harris, J. Nolan, J. Cummings. The 75 students in advanced ROTC are the aristocracy of the corps. They are accepted on a 2.60 grade average, which they must maintain throughout their two-year internship. All students completing the advanced course receive Reserve Commissions, and Distinguished Military Graduates receive regular army commissions. Left to Right, Row 1: K. Anderson, M. Dustin, F. Voler, C. Sivertsen, J. McConnaughey, J. Rosenthal, J. Martin, D. Dohan, D. Reeves. Row II: E. Reasoner, M. Osborn, J. Guschewsky, T. Trowbridge, J. Harison, B. Badley, R. Lawrence, T. Craven, R. Hughes, J. Dukes. Row I : B. Thompson, D. Allen, C. Taylor, D. Pearce, D. Beru, B. Stevenson, K. Lane, J. Oja, T. Potter. Row IV: R. Gill, D. Nichelson, B. Schildgen, D. Sullivan, J. Daley, B. Caldwell, K. Holden, J. Cameron, H. Mileski. 174 Is M Sgt. Smith asleep already or is Elayne reprimanding him for failing to buy 10 o ' clock coffee ? n.O.T.C. STAFF These are the reverend gentlemen who establish administrative procedures and courses of instruction for the ROTC students. According to one cadet, they are " the backbone of the corps. " Left to Right, Row I: Carlton Henning, S. E. McCann, Elayne Petrides, Samuel Wray. Row U: Swen Lindquist, William Smith, Ira Ttout, James Greer. Wf ' " 0 ■ ' AII Col. Malcolm E. Craig Commanding Officer 175 Top: Capt. McCann points out the situation to third-year ad- vanced students. Left: " You ' ve got to keep those M-l ' s clean men. " Bottom Left: One phase of summer camp training. Below: Bill Thompson tries his hand at splicing telephone wire. 176 ' ?StS»a ' A I M S y. GREEKS Dean A. I. Keeney, Advisor INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Many of the young men planning to attend the University of Wyoming might be very much in the dark about the Greeks, were it not for the hand ' book published by the Inter Frat Council in the spring. The powerful Council governs Rush Week and coordinates activities of its member fra- ternities, aiming always at cooperation rather than competition. During spring quarter it sponsors the Inter-Fraternity Ball. Darrell Howarth is President; Bill Brown, Vice-President; and Secretary-Treasurer, John Reesy. 178 Angelos, Gus Breslin, William Brown, William J. Buffett, Robert Cooper, John Fenex, Guy Gabelson, Donald Giurlando, Charles Hawkins, James Holm, Jerry Kurtz, Allen Million, Ivan Reesy, John Sessa, Robert Spellacy, Ray Steinhour, Fred Thompson, William Tobin, Paul Walsh, John Williams, Fred ■% ' ! f S %] Darrell Howarth, Vresident PAH-HlLLimC COUNCIL Turn six sororities loose, and you ' re likely to have a problem, but not with the Pan ' Hellenic Council coordinating them. The Council, with two rep- resentatives from each sorority, serves as arbitrator, legislator, and traffic director for Rush Week and the many other Sorority functions. The group also sponsors and arranges Open Houses given for fraternities in the fall, and the Pan-Hellenic dance for all sorority girls on the campus. Its spring activity is the Honors Dessert, feting the two girls in each class who have the highest scholastic averages. Rita Jeanne Phillips is President, Raye Rita Taggart, Secretary, and Mrs. Everett Lantz, Alumnae Advisor. Burnside, Barbara Engstrom, Kathryn Finn, Mary Jean Fuerst, Donna Irvin, Ruth Kohl, Delores Lund, Joan Martin, Sherry Miracle, Jo Reeve, Barbara Rita Jeanne Phillips, President Raye Rita Taggert, Secretary 179 PAN-HZLLEHIC COUNCIL Members of the Pan-Hellenic Council, with their advisors, were invited to an annual tea given January 16 by the Dean of Women. Guests at the tea were Mary Jean Finn, Barbara Burnside, Sherry Martin, Rita Jeanne Phillips, Joan Smith, Donna Fuerst, and Joan Kohl. Other guests in- eluded Mrs. J. A. Peaks, Ruth Irvin, Mrs. Alan Shaw, Kathy Engstrom, JoAnn Miracle, Dean E. Luella Galliver, Raye Rita Taggert, Mrs. Arthur Robinson, and Mrs. Everett Lantz. ALPHA CHf OMEGA AXS2 Loma Jane Lehner, President Atkinson, Glenna Albright, Beverly Beall, Edna May Bechtel, Diane Boles, Mary Clausen, Donna Connor, Willa Cooper, Dorothy Cheesbrough, Lucille Cuthbertson, Patricia Engstrom, Kathryn Forman, Rae Giesler, Rosalie Hall, Kathleen Henderson, LaVonne Johnson, Joan Kohl, Joanne Kneedler, Joan Lauritsen, Mary McQuinn, Patricia Malcolm, Andrea Mayhew, Beverly Moore, Annette Nance, Barbara 181 ALPHA CHI OMEGA Palmer, Dorid Pence, Gera Pohler, Lorr Reynolds, Crewe Rinehart, Lydia Sabin, Mary Sherard, Janiel Sundby, June Tweed, Charlotte Vance, Velda Wiley, Marvilyn Wilkins, Donna Winborne, Pat Wolfe, Elizabeth Wollenzien, Eva Wood, Eileen Wright, Shirley Girls have worn the " sacred lyre of the angels " on this campus since 1930, when Beta Kappa chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was introduced here. Their Italian stucco home on the corner of 13th and Grand is dearly be- loved, but the girls forsake it willingly each spring for their slumber party at Libby Lodge, held in honor of pledges and new initiates. Some of the most outstanding Alpha Chi ' s are: Loma Jane Lehner, sorority presi- dent, member of WAA, Red Pencil, and Canterbury Club; Iron Skull members Rae Forman and Dede Pence; Student Senator Betty Wolfe; Spurs Beverly Julian and Dorothy Cooper; and Cheerleader Pudge Henderson. 182 Homecoming Sing Cheerleader Pudge Henderson leads the boys on in UW sports arenas. Informal balance by Betty Wolfe and Kathy Engstrom. Heap big smoke, but no fire. f 3tw£mii iu 183 Accola, Donna Anderson, Betty Blackstone, Marjorie Bower, Loree Brown, Betty Burnside, Barbara Christensen, Mary Coutts, Barbara Downer, Donna Doyle, Patricia Edwards, Jo Anne Floyd, Lora Folster, Katherine Grote, Annette Hejde, Jayne Hollister, Carolyn Hughes, Eleanor Jones, Viola Kazmerchak, Clare Kraemer, Sue Kuntzman, Carol Lindsay, Ruthe Lynch, Janet Lyon, Beverly 184 Lois Mottonen, President Scholarship and sincerity are watch-words for the thirty-eight young ladies who sport the pearls of Chi Omega at Wyoming. Their pursuit of the admirable things in life includes such projects as sponsoring Inge- borg Best, foreign student from Weisenbaden, Germany, and giving Christmas gifts to underprivileged children around Laramie. Some of the more prominent Chi O ' s are: Miriam Pietala, Mortar Board, student senate, Phi Upsilon Omicron; Lois Mottonen, chapter President, Phi Gamma Nu; Theo Vozakis, student senate, Orchesis, Epsilon Psi; Janet Lynch, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Pi Delta Epsilon, and Theta Alpha Phi; and Ba rbara Coutts, Iron Skull and Phi Gamma Nu. The Chi O ' s wel- comed a new housemother Winter quarter, Mrs. Margaret Greiss, of Denver. McCaffrey, Joy Martin, Sherry Nickelson, Donadel Ostling, Edith Pebbles, Betty Peterson, Carol Pietala, Miriam Roush, Lucille Renken, Diane Tanner, Verdelia Thomas, Nadine VerStraten, Bertha Vozakis, Theo Ward, Daphne Wilde, Melva Homecoming Sing . . . 1950 185 CHI OMEGA Just looking for marbles. " . . . pursuit of admirable things. " 186 DELTA DELTA DELTA a perpetual bond of friendship . . . " 187 DELTA DELTA DELTA Baker, Glenna Barbour, Marilyn Black, Beverly Boyer, Margaret Conger, Carol Dalzell, Eunice Davis, Ora Gay Ellis, Ruth Freeman, Marilyn Fuerst, Donna Hand, Sharon Johnson, Nancy Jones, Shirley Jorgensen, Kathryn Kastner, Mary Louise Kerper, Minahelle Kingham, Ethelyn Lentz, Patricia Loomis, Bonnie Lowe, Audre McBride, Virginia McKeon, Marilyn Norman, Virginia Paulson, Dorothy 188 Marietta Trowbridge AAA " The purpose of Delta Delta Delta shall be to establish a perpetual bond of friendship among its members, to develop a stronger and more womanly character, to broaden the moral and intellectual life, and to assist its mem- bers in every possible way. " The spirit of their sorority is strong among the Tri ' Delts, and is felt throughout the campus. They have had the Most Beautiful Float in ' 49 and ' 50 Homecoming Parades, and placed second in the Homecoming Sing this year. Among its numbers are: Barbara Reeve, Mortar Board, Phi Upsilon Omicron President, and Who ' s Who; Joan Smith, Mortar Board, Phi Sigma Iota, Kappa Delta Pi; Thelma Stein- hour, Big Sister Chairman and Iron Skull Secretary; Beverly Pettibone, Iron Skull Treasurer; Marillyn Small, President of the Pharmacy Club; and Hallie Saunders, outstanding vocalist chosen to appear on the Horace Heidt Show. Penn, Florence Pettibone, Beverly Porter, Jeannine Porter, Stella Reeve, Barbara Reusser, Kathryn Ring, Nancy Saunders, Hallie Schierr, Ernestine Scrutchfield, Mary Seaman, Louise Sedgwick, Joan Shidler, Marvene Small, Marilyn Smith, Joan Snider, Billie Ann Steinhour, Thelma Stevens, Jere Van Drew, Marlene Wain, Marion Waymire, Merrilyn Williams, Donna Wolaver, Patsy Wyman, Carol Second place, sorority, Homecoming 189 Ayer, Donna Boodry, Ardith Bristow, Shirley Bryant, Barbara Chase, PhyUis Corbett, Geraldine Davidson, Joan Evans, Virginia Fitzsimonds, Elizabeth Frisbie, Louise Heckart, Jo Ann Hubbell, Shirley Janssen, Jacqueline Johnson, Frances Kavalok, Helen Kurtz, Lois Leenhouts, Joan Miracle, Beverly Miracle, Jo Mockler, Ann Mortensen, Mary Moury, Marilyn Murray, Margaret Petersen, Margaret 190 Service and sincere friendliness are outstanding attributes of the girls who call the rambling house on 6th and Grand " home. " Since 1914, when Rho chapter was established here, KD ' s have upheld the ideals of truth, honor, and duty in all their activities. They are proud of such campus leaders as President Pat Janssen, Mortar Board, AWS President, Psi Chi, and Who ' s Who; Mary Mortensen, Spur Junior Advisor, Iron Skull, Phi Sigma Iota, AWS, and Who ' s Who; Rita Jean Phillips, Mortar Board and Pan-Hel- lenic Council President; Hortense Burton, outstanding Home Ec. student who recently returned from a 4-H tour of Finland and Europe; Margaret Murray, AWS Treasurer; Jackie Janssen, WYO Organizations Editor and Spur; and Virginia Evans, WYO Copy Editor and Phi Sigma Iota. KD also topped the sororities in the 1950 Varsity Show. 1 C-? ' iv Jy Phillips, Rita Riedl, Charlotte Rizzi, Virgil Rochford, Rita Rochford, Joan Scully, Patricia Sharp, Janet Shreve, Frances Tohin, Evelyn Topham, Norma Traill, Ann Vosler, Nancy Vosler, Shirley Walters, Eleanor Yost, Joan " From out of the rambling house at 6th and Grand . . . " 191 KAPPA DELTA I . and proud of such campus leaders . . . " 192 tB- W KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA " . . . and we sang, and sang, and sang for our 1950 Homecoming. :,. ' 193 Bailey, Laura Bell, Barbara Bell, Norma Jean Brown, Jean Brungard, Joyce Clark, Jeanette Daniels, Joan Derr, Geraldine Ebenhaun, Jean Feltner, Sally Finn, Mary Jean Graaf, Virginia Hartwig, Sally Holkenbrink, Marge Hunt, Shirley Hunter, Nancy Jauss, Thais Krause, Phyllis Krueger, Jacqueline Lacey, Barbara Lesley, Ruth Lester, Nova Luman, Katherine McClintock, Beverly KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 194 The girls who wear the golden key have been unlocking the door to cam ' pus fame since their arrival in 1927. Dr. Clara Mclntyre was one of the first members of Gamma Omega of Kappa Kappa Gamma. 1950 achievements of which they are especially proud are the Grand Prize of the Varsity Show, and an award for the most original house decoration at Homecoming. Some prominent Kappas are: President Pat Dinneen, Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board President, and Who ' s Who; Norma Bell, Miss Frontier Days of 1949, Queen of the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville; Laura Bailey, to be 1951 Frontier Queen; and Nancy Hunter, President of the Spurs. The gracious Kappa house is the scene of many social functions such as a Mothers ' Day tea and a Homecoming open house. Meike, Barbara Morris, Marilyn Morss, Barbara Nicholson, Mari Anne Nott, Jacqueline Patrick, Katherine Petri, Mary Ann Reeves, Patricia Schick, Jean Schroll, Peggy SchroU, Susan Seeburg, Nancy Sell, Barbara Smith, Joanne Strayer, Martha Taggart, Rae Rita Vicars, Debrah Vicars, Neva Ann Weatherby, Darilyn Westlake, Phyllis Zuck, Betty We have debs everywhere, but very few pictures. 195 Bane, Nancy Beresford, Elizabeth Bloomfield, Ann Bourne, Barbara Breslin, Mary Brewer, Vaughn Byland, Ann Canaday, Virginia Cullen, Cordell DeVier, Virginia Eckel, Rosemary Edwards, Nancy Forbes, Maryan Fox, Barbara Gill, Joanne Gross, Esther Hejde, Marjorie Hick, Marcia Hirsig, Barbara Hunton, Patricia Irvin, Ruth Jons, Kathryn Lamkin, Beverly Lehan, Janice 196 Since Wyoming Alpha of Pi Beta Phi was installed in 1910 as the first sorority on this campus, it has striven to be first in all things. In doing so it upholds three main ideals — companionship, uprightness, and schol- arship. Pi Phis who are outstanding in these endeavors are: Lindy Lou Storey, Mortar Board and Who ' s Who; Donna Zell Willis, University theater star and Who ' s Who; Student Senator Mary Helen Young; Ruth Irvin, members of AWS and Pan-Hellenic boards; Patty Hunton, theater star; Joan Lund, Cadet Colonel and outstanding twirler; and Queens Barbara Bourne and Janice Lehan. All the girls who wear the golden arrow have spent the year cherishing the scholarship cup they won in 1950, The stone mansion on Sorority Circle houses its girls proudly. Mereness, Ann Mill, Barbara Miller, Janis Millhone, Margie Norton, Virginia Peters, Helen Peters, Mary Randolph, Nancy Rice, Cynthia Roberts, Donna Ross, Leah Schilt, Rosemary Sheldon, Elizabeth Sheldon, Ellen Scott, Barbara Sorenson, Shirley Stock, Joan Storey, Lindy Lou Strange, Joan Taylor, Patsye Wick, Reta Wirig, Carol Witt, Jacqueline Young, Mary Zuckerman, Ann We spend a lot of time outside the Pi Phi house. 197 , H V mn. •rnrllBli 101 pounds of fun, that ' s my little honey bun. Wyoming ' s Campus Sweetheart. A Pi Phi transfer student ? PI BETA PHI We said " polish ' em oflf, " and Wyoming polished them off — from thumb to pinkie. 198 -m; V " -.«« VARSfTy VILLAGERS Nordmann, Peggy Ray Maicille Snively, Beatrice Snocker, Frances Strom, Norma Schwid, Elaine Thomas, Verlee A 20 ' year old campus tradition is represented by the Varsity Villagers, organized by and for girls who live in town and are unaffiliated. VV provides represen- tation in government and honoraries for these coeds, who have members in Spurs, Iron Skull, and AWS Board. President Mary McAuley sees that it offers plenty of social activity for them, too. Mary McAuley President VV 199 Wayne Lynn President, Beta Alpha Sims, Richard Stringham, Arnold Taylor, Sam Todd, Stnaley Welch, Robert «• ' » ' », ' ■ Mhtt 200 Donna McArthur President, Beta Omega AA2 L D S is unique among fraternities in that it works with an inter-chapter group of men and women. The Alpha-men ' s, and Omega-women ' s chap- ters combine to form Beta chapter. This arrangement enables them to carry out mutually a rich variety of social, intellectual, and religious ac- tivities. It is a democratic organization with membership open to anyone willing to further its aims and ideals. Lambda Delt is known especially for its many social activities which take place in the gracious L D S In- stitute on 12th and Grand. These include a formal dance each quarter, and selection of the L D S Sweetheart and Preferred Man. Alpha Chapter is particularly proud of its case full of trophies won in intramural sports. Bailey, Norma Fagnant, Charmaine Fox, Shirley Gardner, LaNiel Gardner, Vivian Jackson, Glenna Lewis, Mary Lowham, Ruth Mcintosh, Margaret Meeks, Hazel Partridge, Jane Partridge, Karma Pewtress, Beverly Sims, Sally Willis, Charmaine LDS sang to 2nd place in the Homecoming sing with their impressive mixed group. 201 LAMBDA DELTA SIGMA mutually a rich variety . . . " 202 ACACIA Mixmaster deluxe — Homecoming house decoration 203 Bailey, Merryll Blacker, William Burnett, Robert Boland, James Booth, Elvin Christensen, Donald Clark, Dean Colvin, Marc Cooper, John Forsch, Burdette Freytag, John Gilbert, Herbert Hawkins, James Hawkins, Laurence Henthorne, Edward Holaway, Wayne Hughes, Robert Hunter, James Inkster, George Jacobs, Clifford Joslin, Paul Labudovich, Marco Massey, Bruce Miller, Larry 204 In accordance with the purpose of the Master Masons who founded Aca- cia, Wyoming chapter has maintained high scholarship at the University of Wyoming. It won the Inter-Fraternity Scholarship Cup in both the ' 48- ' 49 and ' 49 ' ' 50 academic years. The local chapter also ranks first nationally, having won the Acacia National Scholarship Cup last year. Acacia has placed men in nearly all the honoraries on the campus, and numbers among its members several of the University faculty. Some of Acacia ' s important social activities are: a pledge dance in the fall; the traditional " Night on the Nile " dance in the winter; and the Anniver- sary formal in the spring. Panopoulos, Nick Rue, Arthur Sunnergren, Edwin Watts, John R. . high scholarship at the university 205 Albright, Kent Anderson, Robert Balcom, Bob Borthwick, Dean Breslin, William Bruce, Gordon Burris, John Cardwell, Ellsworth Craven, Thomas Davis, Frank Dougan, Richard Dukes, Jerry Fleischmann, William Fleming, Robert Fraser, Kirk Gartner, John Gilmour, Dave Goodbody, Marcus Goppert, Ernest Heiser, Ernest Jackson, Victor Jensen, Donald Johnson, Tom Jones, Billy ALPHA TAU OMEGA 206 The world is in a state of unrest at present. The University proceeded at a high-pressured rate for four years and then, when things were getting back to normal, the lid blew off again. Already ATO has felt the loss of Martin Markley, Bill West, Bruce Lien, and Cal Queal to the services and many more are due to leave in the near future. Fraternities and other men ' s organizations and activities on campuses everywhere will be de- pleted of exuberant youth. But they will return, for the most part, in a matter of months or years — a little older, a little wiser — to take their place in the campus and fraternal societies to further their aims and achievements. Wherever these men may travel, whether they be members of our fraternity, or another, or perhaps an independent campus association, they will be on our minds and we wish them " Good Luck. " Jones, William Keiser, Eugene King, Donald Knoll, James Landeen, Donald Layman, Ted Leedy, Richard Lowe, Burt McConnell, Harry Merback, Fred Middaugh, Lawrence Mohr, Carroll McCalla, William McMurry, Donald Nelson, Ray Neville, Edward Nye, Thomas Oja, John Peters, John Peterson, Thomas Piehl, Donald Pierce, Art Richardson, Freddie Roberts, John Roberts, Ray Rollins, James Schoneberg, John Shelton, Huey Simpson, Allan Small, Edwin Spaulding, Charles Steele, James Thompson, Roger Walgren, Howard Walsh, John K. Zoble, Jerry Brother, that ' s what I call real fun . . . 207 ALPHA TAU OMEGA 208 Page 208: We sang pretty, looked nice, and won second place. All right. Bud, Drop that gun ! Page 209: Where ' s your pledge pin, John ? C ' mon fellas, the woods are full of them .... Comfort, southern style. r- Ai . 209 Addington, Gerald Baker, William Beardsley, William Buffett, Robert Buonomo, Peter Callaway, James Doherty, Jerome Hallowell, Henry Heinbaugh, Bill Juvan, Rudolph Leeburg, Clarence Luethi, Bud Moore, Robert Rolich, Franklin Sikora, Bill Viox, Charles Willson, Robert Wincovitch, Daniel BETA THETA ALPHA i A = ., | I Ij rf , . I l r I «f: " " 39 ' ' f % JV 210 Fred Williams President B0A A conservative and universally respected group is Beta Theta Alpha, rec ' ognized as an independent organization on the campus since 1946. The Betas number such outstanding leaders as Frank Rolich, President of Psi Chi; Charles Viox, President of Newman Club; Paul Hallowell, Vice President of Alpha Kappa Psi; Bill Sikora, Secretary of Sigma Tau; and Peter Buonomo, Secretary of Phi Epsilon Kappa. The versatile Betas ' latest achievement was winning the award for most humorous house decoration during Homecoming, 1950. " A conservative and universally respected group 211 Afflerbach, Charles Alexander, Bob Baker, John Baker, Robert Belecky, Frank Blair, Kenneth Boyer, Donald Brebrick, Paul Brokaw, Howard Bullinger, Larry Carson, Daniel Carson, Edward Cassidy, Tom Christensen, Kent Clyde, Charles Daly, John Davenport, Joe Dawson, Oliver Dixon, Charles Esmay, John Fenex, Guy Fenex, William Fielding, Dee Gibson, William 212 The stone mransion on Frat Row had witnessed twenty-six departures for armed service by February of this year, but was still carrying on with such campus leaders as: Tom Hannum, President of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Student Senator Tom Trowbridge, University theater star Paul Brebrick, Intramural boxing champ Tom Miller, Snipe stand-by Paul Newton, and Bud and Bob Skinner, top-notch skiers. The Kappa Sigs are also known for two special social events. In December is the Lower Slobbovian Stomp, strictly from Al Capp, where anything goes. The Kappa Sigma Dream Girl, chosen by Hoagy Carmichael, is crowned in the exquisite setting of the Spring Formal. The jeweled crescent and star has stood for ac- tivity on the campus since it arrived in 1921. ' ■ ymfh " - js;- Gogerty, John Hammontree, Donald Hannum, Tom Harris, Dale Holm, Gerald Howard, Clyde Keif, Philip LeBeau, Gerald McCue, John Mackly, Gale Macfarlane, William Meier, Harold Miller, Erwin Miller, Tom Miracle, Robert Moherly, Merle Moffett, David Morrison, Jimmie Murphy, Kenneth Murray, Don MLirray, Larry Newton, Paul Norman, James Norris, James Olcott, Don Parkison, Ed Sears, Richard Sellers, Robert Sinclair, Richard Sinclair, William Sivertson, Clayton Skinner, Clement Skinner, Robert Swenson, William Stanczyk, Donald Stauffer, Robert Straley, Jim Traut, John Trowbridge, Tom Thorne, Charles Uchner, David Wagner, James Wheeler, Lewis Wilson, James Pattison, Sydney 213 KAPPA SIGMA WViMIMS -d 214 Page 214: We sang a cute little ditty and it wasn ' t bad. Everyone got a bang out of our house decorations at homecoming. Page 215: Dan Carson takes time out to say Hi . . . Boyer finds himself on the wrong end of the paddle . . . and our one and only outdoor man skis right off the page. 215 Bessler, Felix Blackstone, James Bliss, Edward Brock, Guy Brown, Raymond Carlson, Arlano Clay, James Coxa, Perry Davis, George Dierks, Dean Dierks, Jerry Evans, Houston Herold, Alan Jackson, Wilbur Lamphere, Oakley Laycock, William Lyon, Robert Mitich, Larry Moravek, Gerald Pickett, Lloyd Powell, Laverne Riggle, George Roehrkasse, Glenn St. Clair, Kenneth 216 On October 22, 1950, Farmhouse, which had been started as a club on the campus in 1948, was officially installed as a chapter of the national Farmhouse fraternity. It became the tenth chapter of the organization, most of which are at major agricultural schools in the Midwest, since its founding at the University of Missouri in 1905. Farmhouse is a senior member of the National Inter-Fraternity Conference, and has always been outstanding in scholarship. Local member5 are active in the Ag Club, Alpha Zeta, judging teams, and sports. Two of the most outstanding are Chapter President Frank Knittle, Who ' s Who, and Laverne Powell, student senator and Who ' s Who. Scharen, Albert Schnathorst, William Schneider, Melvin Schreibeis, Gene Scott, James Shoop, Marvin Smith, Edward Smith, Grant Stewart, Vern WiUford, William " October 22, 1950 . . . officially installed . . . " 217 Bonella, Bruno Bull, George Bull, Harold Celebre, Ernest Curtin, Arthur Giurlando, Charles Hardigan, William Knors, Joseph Lannan, John Laya, Gerald McFarland, Andrew Madigan, Patrick Mayer, Harry Meranda, Robert Socorro, Rodriquez, Sanders, Roy Smith, Leslie Yoxey, Ronald 218 iwfi ' -T ■ v n : 3 ' - 1 1 . irS. " - As of winter quarter, 1951, the sign before the house on 9th and Uni- versity no longer read " Phi Kappa Colony, " for the group had been chartered as Alpha Zeta chapter of Phi Kappa fraternity. It was a proud day for the band who had met just two years ago with Andy McFarland, a transfer student from the University of Wisconsin, and took the first steps in organizing the chapter. Phi Kap, a social fraternity of Catholic men, has already taken its place in campus activities, with its Winter Waltz, Founders ' Day formal, house parties, and a now-traditional Acacia- Phi Kap baseball rivalry. A beautiful sight, we ' re happy tonight 219 Anderson, Keith Angelovic, Joe Bandow, Tom Benson, Robert Beverly, Kermit Bonini, William Bowers, Jack Bradley, Edwin Burnaugh, Bud Burnavigh, Robert Carlson, Robert Carroll, Michael Clark, Lynn Clark, Lewell Cole, Harry Cremin, Anthony Dale, Albert Dolence, Joe Drnas, Tom Easton, Don Engstrom, Carl Ferrin, Kay Fisher, Warren Gill, Ralph 220 " Every organization has its nickname but the Sig Alphs seem to have more than the usual share, so, to be brief, we ' ll just say that they are the ' bearded men ' . The Bushmen ' s Hop is the excuse for the beards, or any other modes of behavior that might need pardoning; this is the time to make friends or lose the ones you have. " Sig Alph has stood for many of the campus " greats " since 1917; John Pilch, Harry Mangus, Bill Stran- nigan, Warren Pearce, Ed Chenoweth, " Shadow " Ray, George Nostrand, Milo Komenich, and Rex Cross. Known state-wide are the names of Donlin, Birleffi, Chamison, Heywood, Minihan, Christopolus, Minick, Covington, and Reeves. " The Sig Alphs ... a great bunch of lads with all the pep and vitality of a true Wyoming fraternity. " Goble, George Godfrey, James Hall, Forrest Hastings, Jack Headland, Courtenay Hixson, Buel Hudson, James Hutton, Malcolm i Incontro, Sam Johnson, Everett Jordan, Austin Kaaz, Wayne Kershisnick, David Kingham, Richard Kurtz, Allen Lawson, Robert Linn, Robert Lucas, William McMullen, Royal Montgomery, Richard Nicholas, Fred Panalsek, Anthony Peverly, Guy Pond, David Quigley, Jerry Sandstrom, Carl Sarbach, John Schipporeit, Kenneth Skinner, Dick Story, John Taylor, Donald Troyer, Jerry Gale, Vern Williams, Robert L. Willis, Ronald Wyatt, L. V. Activity, shot. 221 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILOH 111 4 Page 222: Tenth Street Serenaders. If found, please return to 317 South Tenth Page 223: Home on the range. Into the wild blue yonder. Barrett for Governor. 223 Andrew, Sanford Angelos, Gus Babcock, Earl Bark, Dean Baumer, Myron Biester, Kenneth Buchenroth, Felix Bybee, Donald Caldwell, Allen Carlin, Paul Caudill, Ivan Christofferson, Kenneth Connor, Vernon Corbitt, Gilland DeSomber, Raymond Earley, Fred Edwards, William Fisher, Richard Garfoot, Robert Giesler, Joseph Gossett, Ray Hand, Robert Henderson, James Joder, Don 224 Since it came to Wyoming in 1930, Sigma Chi has been at the fore in all-school projects. Their latest is the Sigma Chi Derby, started in the spring of 1950, which they plan to make a traditional event. All sorori- ties and girls ' dorms are invited to enter participants in contests of skill and fun. Already firmly established in campus tradition are the Baby Bawl, Costume Ball, and Sweetheart Ball, where the " Sweetheart of Sigma Chi " is chosen. Prominent Sigs include: Who ' s Who-er Rodney Ramsey, Phi Ep Prexy John Watts, Student Senator Dave Young, and Jay Smith, holder of national records on the rifle team. Johnston, Bert Lane, Kenneth Lothian, Peter Million, Ivan Pape, Norman Peterson, Robert Presley, James Ramsey, Rodney Redfield, Leroy Smith, Jay Stouffer, Robert Thrailkill, Robert Topham, Keith Topham, Kenneth Turner, Carrol Tyer, Robert Watts, John Whiteman, Jesse Wrate, Albert Young, David Bert gives the pitch at Homecoming Sing. 225 SIGMA CHI I J ' - ' w " 226 Page 226: It ' s rough go for the short dough. All dressed up for the Baby Bawl. Patty Hunton entertains the troops. The end is in sight and it looks rough. Page 227: Just lay the stick in your hand and grasp firmly Now, Baby, stop that. He ' s got the little casino, Ivan. Goo-Goo and friend. 227 Bender, Donald Bieg, William Boulden, William Cameron, John Case, Merl Chingas, George Chittim, Reed Clements, Frederick Clough, David Cyrus, Kenneth Davidson, James Diets, Chris Desch, Ben Drwenski, Vernon Edwards, David Elder, Jim Ellerby, Richard Field, John Georges, Leonard Gibler, Ronald Goodrich, Henry Guschewsky, James Guthrie, Robert Harison, John 228 The " White Star of Sigma Nu " shines brightly indeed on this campus, shedding its rays on nearly every phase of activity. Some of the most prominent Snakes are: Ken Cyrus, President of Alpha Kappa Psi and Commerce Club, business manager of the student senate, and Who ' s Who; Don Meike, Who ' s Who, recently returned from a 4--H tour of Denmark and other European countries; Darrell Howarth, President of Inter-Frat Council, student manager of the Student Union, and Who ' s Who; Bruce Badley, chapter President, athlete, and Who ' s Who; Campus Entertainer Carl Yost; and athletes on nearly every varsity team. On the side, the Sigma Nus win the Homecoming Sing and throw their famous marathon shindig, the Chanticleer, in the spring. " ' -T5 Harris, Harold Holden, Kenneth Howarth, Darrell Irwin, Phillip Jarrett, Jerald Jiacoletti, James Jones, Harvey Kapeles, John Knott, Donald Knowlton, Charles Kofakis, Steve Kurtz, Don Leach, Roy Lee, Joseph Lewis, Eugene Lofgren, Lawrence Long, Martin Ludecke, Otto Mclntyre, Donald Maggard, Jacques Meeboer, Robert Miles, Dudley Miller, Keith Mueller, Thomas Nielson, James Nolan, James Palm, Robert Pearce, Don Pederson, Selmar Phelps, Edward Phillips, Bert Phillips, Robert Pinney, Robert Rausch, Richard Reasoner, Edward Reeve, Bryce Reid, Edward Roberts, William Rue, Charles Rue, Joseph Rummel, George Sager, Harry Saunders, Raymond Saxon, William Sewell, James Seyfarth, Donald Shockley, Robert Smith, Berdon 229 SIGMA HV Sparks, Douglas Staudaher, George Steinacker, Robert Stine, Don Stiteler, Darrell Stockhouse, Burton Sturges, Robert Thomas, Richard Thompson, Robert Thompson, Bill Trotter, John Van Blair, Charles Wain, Robert White, Donald Wilkie, Noel Wrobleske, Jack Yost, Carl Zimmerer, Jack 230 Page 230: Just cruising along for Homecoming. Page 231: Yost a wayfaring stranger. After the ball is over. Sigma Nu modern dance team. 231 Andrau, William Arthur, Orley Babbitt, Don Barnes, John Bell, Charles Boucher, Paul Bower, George Brete rnitz, Bill Carey, William Cochran, Earl Dickinson, Howard Dusek, Dorrance Dymacek, Eugene Eaton, George Finch, Robert Gabelson, Donald Gage, Jack Groth, Fred Heatherington, William Hein, Marvin Helterbran, Wayne Hempel, Charles Hendrickson, Carl Brannan, Ronald SIGMA PHI EPSILOH 232 An ideal, as described by Webster, is " a standard of perfection, beauty, or excellence. " To some, an ideal may be just one of these components, but to Sigma Phi Epsilon it is all three. Their fraternial ideals are guide- posts by which they can achieve the maximum of perfection, beauty, and excellence. Members outstanding in pursuing these goals are: Jack Reesy, chapter President and Secretary-Treasurer of Inter-Frat Council; Don Babbitt, student senator and Who ' s Who; Russ Patterson, Wyo editor. Captain of Scabbard and Blade, and Who ' s Who; and John McLellan, out- standing skier. Under the heading of " beauty " is the Queen of Hearts Dance held spring quarter. Incidentally, the Sig Ep house is quite favor- ably situated in near proximity to three abodes on Sorority Circle. Their observatory is available on week nights — for a nominal sum. l| •- -4» e % ' ' n " " v " m. w I 1 9.Q 5_ Henning, Gerald Jensen, Dean Jones, Woodford Looney, Robert McLellan, John McMahon, William Manelis, George Martin, Robert Mileski, Harold Mills, Richard Nelson, Dale Newman, John Osborn, Max Patterson, Riiss Pellet, Rene Reser, James Rhodes, Robert Runnalls, James Stevenson, William Tagliavore, Andrew Tnibey, Dale Wiese, Jack Willhard, Raymond Willhard, Wallace Honest, fellas, it ' s not spiked . . . yet. 233 SfGMA PHi EPSILOH That ' s Andy on the end at Homecoming Sing. The Sig Ep band and John Heywood at the Steak Fry. 234 PHI DELTA THETA Fun at the Pi Phi picnic. Bottom: Third place winners at Homecoming sing. 235 Bagley, Robert Ballinger, Lee Bates, John Bent, Roger Bower, Ray Brause, Don Campbell, Maurice Carlson, Warren Clare, John Cramer, Jack Crow, Ralph Donnell, Jack Eddins, Neal Ellbogen, Martin Ernst, Robert Farrer, Daniel Fausett, Donald Fritzler, Bruce Fuller, Charles Fuller, David Gardner, Reed Glascock, William Gligorea, Gene Gligorea, George PHI DELTA THETA 236 9A0 " Grand old fraternity " . . . founded in 1848 ... 115 chapters ... on cam- pus since 1934. These are the Phi Delts, who at last year ' s national con- vention won a gold star award for general excellence and another award for outstanding scholastic achievements. Very active in campus activities, this year the group took two seconds and a third in Homecoming events, and won the swimming intramurals, breaking four records in the process. Among the members helping to bring Phi Delt its fine reputation are: Noel Hicks, Phi Beta Kappa and regional contestant for the Rhodes Scholor- ship; A. Vandenburg, Engineering Council President, student senator, and Who ' s Who; Bill Brown, student senator and Who ' s Who; Bounce Carl- son, Bl sports editor; tennis captain John Goodrich, and wrestler, Lee Ballinger. Gligorea, Thomas Goodrich, John Grant, Robert Grosz, Donald Heyneman, Jack Hicks, Noel Hurst, Thomas Jorgenson, Raymond Jorgenson, Rolland Kirk, Ronald Kochevar, George McCiitcheon, Bennett Marshall, John Moedl, Karl Monteith, John Pullum, Lloyd Read, James Sare, Keith Sneddin, Boyd Steinhoiir, Fred Steinhour, Richard Stoddard, Charles Strannigan, William Switzer, John Teeters, Donald Thomas, Claude Vandenburg, Aivin Vandenburg, Dale Varras, Spiro Wilson, Martin Gold Stars for excellence. 237 TAU KAPPA EPSILOH Andrikopoulos, Anthony Armstrong, Earl Bath, Donald Deutler, Robert Chapek, William Childs, Carious Clark, Robert Cohen, Peter Cooney, Merlin Dunlap, David Fullerton, Dale Hardee, Miles Kumelos, Laddie Lafkas, Paul Martin, Albert Mason, Maynard Michael, Marvin Moeller, Selmer Morris, Francis Odegard, Donald Palmer, Francis Phillips, Norman Ready, Roger Sheldon, Bruce 238 Although this is only their third year on the campus, the Tekes are making a name for themselves in activities. Their French Cabaret Dance is be- coming one of the most popular fall events, while the ambitious group joined all the other chapters in the Rocky Mountain region at the Univer- sity of Denver for their Spring Formal. Tekes who have helped gain their fine names are: Chapter President Kent Mahlman, Alpha Kappa Psi and Iron Skull; Charles VerStraten, CCF President, Alpha Zeta, Ag Club, and Collegiate 4 ' H; Francis Morris, member of the varsity wrestling team; Don Odegard, Sigma Tau, Collegiate 4 ' H, and varsity rifle team; and Pete Cohen and Dave Dunlap, also varsity rifle team members. Tau Kappa Epsilon may well be proud of Gamma Alpha chapter. Somers, Kenneth Strube, Donald VerStraten, Charles Waggoner, Bob Walz, John The Tekes, at home, at the Dance, or on a hayride. 239 II ' Marlin Smith, in a serenade to Our Queens. ■ " fwaM ■I 240 i • • I Xkt GATOR BOWL QUEEN " . . . those dreamy eyes of blue ... a wealth of golden hair . . . " 5 ' 6V2 " Norma Bell of Cheyenne became the first non-Jacksonville resident to reign over the ' Gator Bowl. Norma, A Kappa Kappa Gamma, is also a former Queen of Cheyenne ' s Frontier Days. The choice of the " Cowboys " she is truly a Wyoming Sweetheart. Contestants for the Gator Bowl Queen contest . . . All Wyoming Belles 242 GATOR BOWi QVEEH NORMA lEAH BELL 243 HOMECOMING QVEEH Two bonnie brunettes were featured in Homecoming ac- tivities this year — Knight Hall ' s Mary Lou Lessinger of Nampa, Idaho, and Pi Phi Barbara Bourne, of Cheyenne. The charm of Mary Lou ' s smile apparently won out, keep- ing the long time tradition of an Independent Homecoming Queen. Pretty Mary Lou is a junior in elementary education. 244 HOMECOMING QUEEN MARY LOV LESSIHGER 245 CAMPUS BEAUTY QVEEH BARBARA BELL ipr- -K 246 ESQVinE ' S AL MOORE - CAMPUS QUEEN WVGE I have never seen so many girls in one group with such beautiful teeth I There must be an over-abundance of Fluorihe in the Wyoming water I Thank you for asking me to judge your contest, and I hope I have not gone too far off in my choice. Sincerely, ? s k 4 247 ATTENDANT lANICE LEHAN 248 CAIAPUS BEAUTY OVEIH ATTENDANT SHIRLEY ONES 249 EHGIHEEKIHG QVtEH iAHICE LEHAH 250 Hl EPSILOH PHI QVEEH BARBARA FOX 251 MISS WrOMING LEHORE HOFFMAN 252 MISS WYOIAIUG I950 Modeling such creations as a white wedding gown of Wyoming wool which she designed and made, Lenore Hoffman of Cheyenne was chosen " Miss Wyoming " for 1950, in the University-sponsored contest. Lenore, a DU student, was the first non-Wyo U. coed to win the title, while Joan Lund, " Miss University of Wyoming, " was first runner-up. 253 Norma Jean Bell and her Gator Bowl escort, Steve Miles of Washington and Lee. 254 m m % rf PUBLICATIONS JACKIE JANSSEN Publicalion ' s Printers ' Devil For 1951 BRANDING IRON In the basement of the Student Union, along Publications Row, the first office houses the BI. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays this creates somewhat of a traffic problem, when a corps of eager reporters pours in with news from everywhere from Frat Row to the Bureau of Mines for the regular Thursday publication. The BI is perused with approval and occasional indignation, but never with disinterest, for it is packed with information vital to the students and is the dynamic and vigorous product of youth. This year, however, operating under a Publications Committee policy statement, the BI has tended towards a greater sense of editorial responsi- bility than in the past. According to Editor Don Thompson, " the aim is prima rily to reflect and guide student opinion and to maintain high jour- nalistic standards. " Betty Brown m Bounce Carlson A. L. Shupe 256 Editors and Staff members of the B. 1. Editor, Don Thompson; Business Manager, Jack Heyneman; Desk Editor, Al Shupe; News Editor, Don Merback; Sports Editor, " Bounce " Carlson; Society Editor, Betty Brown; Circulation Manager, Fred Goranson; Makeup Assistant, Jane Embrey. Reporters: Harry Athan, Jack Sellers, Bob Guthrie, Dick Barsam, Amie Floyd, Phyllis, Benson, Bonnie Davis, Lois Covey, Bruce Henningsen, Stan Kiefer, Bonnie Loomis, Janet Lynch, Sue ' Kraemer, Elea- nor Hughes, Ruthe Lindsey, Jack Hooten, Peter Cohen. Advertising Assistant: " Spider " Marshall. Don Thompson Jack Heyneman Don Merback Ruthe Lindsey, Sue Kracmcr, Peter Cohen, Bruce HcnninKstn, Jack Sellers, Stan Kiefer. 257 li : John Buchan, Editor Paul Newton, Managing Editor SNIPE Snipe is the University ' s humor magazine, which has, in the past two years of its existence, been trying to find some Hterary alley on which to make its standard policy. The alleys thus far travelled, have, for the Board of Trustees, had too many garbage cans; for the students, a portion, there have been no cans at all; another portion believes that the cans are there, but with no contents. One of these days, there will be found an alley, nice clean cans, and the right amount of garbage. The present staff has tried and the right direction is be- lieved to have been found. Maps, weather reports, etc., will be handed down to the heirs of Snipe ... if any. Row I: John Buchan, Paul Newton. Danlyn Weatherby, Dan Parks. Row U: Jo Miracle, Bliss Cummings, Ruche Leslie, Kathy Luman, Bev Miracle, Barbara Bryant. 1 ■m K iS MmmUnmimimtitlim ' 258 SHtPE Row I: John Buchan, Paul Newton, Darilyn Wcathcrby, Dan Parks. Row 11: Jo Miracle, Bliss Cum- mings, Ruth Leslie, Kaihy Luman, Bev Miracle, Barbara Bryant. OfRECTORy Replacing the traditional " little black book " at Wyoming Uni ' versity is the Student Directory, a veritable treasury of trivia. It contains vital statistics on every student on the campus, as well as reference material in other lines. Editor Gerry Johnson is re- sponsible for this wealth of information, with Business Manager Betty Brown. Gerry Johnson, Editor Betty Brown, Business Manager 259 1951 WYO In case some of you have not figured out the theme of this year ' s WYO, let us explain. It started out to be New Frontiers, but after about ten pages we dropped that and decided upon a free-for-all. The staff greeted this with as much enthusiasm as they did Frontiers. There was a high mortality rate on sub-editors, but no one committed suicide worrying about deadlines except Kubo, the Assistant Editor, who bribed, begged, and pleaded with Patterson to lend a helping hand. The only satisfaction Carl ever got was a flat " no. " Toward the end of the year, the question of sur- vival was simplified when someone found that a cup of coffee and a donut could keep a staff member alive indefinitely if the door and windows were hermetically sealed. The WYO grew a little again, and the Editor went over his budget again, but we feel that our work was not in vain. (We have to have two years in publications anyway.) All editors and staff really did work toward one big goal — to make the ' 51 WYO a better annual for the students. If we failed, talk to Joe, for he did his best to undermine morale, deplete the staff, and raise the price of cofi ee. The year ' s over, the WYO ' s out, and our poor Editor ' s got the gout. Carl Kubo Dave Fuller Ann Byland 260 Bill Hamilton Virginia Evans Jackie Janssen Pat Trimmer 261 1951 WYO Above: Babe Breslin, Russ Patterson, Carl Kubo. Top: Pat Trimmer, Jackie Janssen, Winkie Tobin, Margie Millhone, Gerry Holm, Betty Fitzsimonds, Virginia Evans, Therese McCuc, Ruthe Lindsey. 262 WYO Staff — Editors: Wyo Editor, Russ Patterson; Assistant Editor, Carl Kubo; Business Manager, Babe Breslin; Class Editor, Pat Trimmer; Organization Editor, Jackie Janssen; Iri ' dex Editor, Ann Byland; Copy Editor, Virginia Evans; Sports Editor, Dave Fuller; Assistant Bussiness Manager, Jerry Holm. Staff: " Bounce " Carlson, Ruth Lindsey, Winkie Tobin, Mar- gie Millhone, Betty Fitzsimonds, Ann Mockler, Sally Brooder, Kay Jons, Bob Turner, Bill Hamilton. The ambitious WYO staff — Left to Right: P. Trimmer, V. Evans, J. Janssen, J. Holms, R. Lindsey, B. Fitzsimonds, E. Tobin, M. Millhone, T. McCue. 263 OURNALISM ADVISORS W. R. 8IGGS The little man who reigns benevolently and firmly over the zany journalistic colony at Wyoming University can usually be found chewing a wad of gum. This may or may not be indicative of something, but Wallace Biggs is also the man responsible for the tremendous growth of the Journalism De- partment in recent years. Courses offered have been expanded from 52 to 74 hours, the laboratory has been enlarged, and teletype and photographic facilities have been added, as well as a great deal of prestige. Biggs holds an M.A. from Washing- ton U. in St. Louis, and an M.S. from Northwestern U. in Chicago. G. W. HOiBORN Any time you walked into the Journalism lab you were likely to hear a soft voice with British inflection holding forth about the good old days on the Peoria " Journal-Transcript, " where Gerd Holborn was copy desk and telegraph editor before join- ing our august faculty. Past tense, because Gerd left spring quarter for England, with his British war-bride, whom he brought here in 1946 after serving with the Army Air Corps. Holborn, a graduate of Syracuse University, will be sincerely missed by all the students he has guided through the basic journalism courses. 264 SPORTS UNDEFEATED CHAMPIONS Eddie Talboom, All American ' ? Vmm-.JiSM ■TiCjiiSi fiiifWT i . in ifiww y ' 10 ' ii ■ = . v ' ? - r- . 14 Talboom ' s Toe has become as famous as Achille ' s Heel at Wyoming. That ball looks blocked, but note just above the tubas in the band. 266 ' t ' .4 !■■ i ir % - - Bowden Wyatt, Head Coach A former Tennessee ail-American end, Bowden Wyatt took the Wyoming reins in the fall of 1947, guided the lusterless Cowboys up the right trail from the start. His first two years showed what was in the offing for Wyoming football, and the last two produced conference championships for the likable Cowboy head wrangler. FOOTBALL Wyoming ' s 1950 football season marked one of the most brilliant chapters in the university ' s sports history, the power-laden Cowboys going through a spectacular undefeated year. Twenty seniors, seven backs and 14 line- men, carried a great deal of the load in the school ' s greatest year on the gridiron. Fearless Eddie Talboom for the third time led the conference in scoring by marking up 130 points. During the regular season, Ed also compiled the amazing total of 40 PAT ' s (out of 45 attempts). Sophomore Harry Geldien gained the most yards rushing — 478, Wingback Vern Gale led in yards gained per rushing try with a 6.5 average. Dewey Mc- Connell, selected by opposing coaches as the team ' s most valuable player, snagged 24 passes and Royal McMullen, who played a major role in Wyo- ming ' s win over Baylor, compiled the best punting average — 43.4 yards. Eddie Talboom, Tailback Dick Campbell, Blocking Back Vern Gale Wingback Vaughn Hiipp, End 267 Dick Campbell, All Conference i ' ' .. ' M. Royal McMullen, Tailback mm: Jim Godfrey, Tackle Ivan Jones, End I, John Townsend, Center Jerry Parker, End Marvin Strauch, Tackle 268 i George Cafego spends much of his time with Cowboy tailbacks, the key men in the Pokes ' hard-hitting single wing attack. George was a former Tennessee Vol tailback himself, performing for Coach Bob Neyland in ' 37, ' 38, and ' 39, and in his junior and senior years was an all-America cho ice on most selections. He played professional football for Brooklyn, Washington, and Boston before entering the coaching ranks. An unidentified Baylor ball carrier is shoe-stringed by a Cowboy. Bob Schildgen (72) and Vern Gale (14) come up on the play. V If ; n N Backfield Coach Leonard Coffman, a Tennessee teammate of Coaches Bailey and Wyatt, joined the Cowboy coaching staff in 1946. He was an all-Southern fullback in 1939, went into service in 1942, and was released four years later as a major. A keen student of football, Coffman coaches like he played — hard. He was an assistant coach to Tennessee ' s Bob Neyland following graduation. 269 Vern Gale 1 ' Dick Shanor, End Carl Sandstrom, Guard Bob Collins, Guard m- Tom Drost, End Jim Storey, Wingback Marlin Smith, Guard 270 Dick Hitt is largely responsible for Wyoming ' s rock-ribbed forward walls. He, like Wyatt, served as an assistant coach at Mississippi State before coming to Wyoming in 1947. Coach Hitt is also the Cowboys ' track coach, and, as in football, stresses conditioning of his trackmen very strongly. A graduate of Mississippi College, Hitt was a 16 ' letterman athlete. n f " ' .? » Royal McMullen takes off on a jaunt against Baylor — one of the many that the Bears had to try and stop the afternoon of September 23rd. Mac played havoc with the hopes that Baylor had of downing the Cowboys for the second year running, practically whipping the Bears single handedly. The next week Mac was through for most of the year — out with a broken collar bone. Freshman gridders don ' t suffer from lack of work under the guidance of John Bailey, the fellow who gets the first look at Wyoming ' s footballers. John ably gives the yearlings a taste of what is to come as they move up to varsity status. He is a Tennessee graduate and played a lot of football for the Vols as a blocking back. Bailey came to Wyoming in March, 1947. 271 .A-j: Dewey McConnell, AH Conference End Jim Neal, Fullback 0m ,t «%. Jerry Taylor, Center Doug Reeves, Center Bob Harp, Tackle John Melton, Fullback Harry Geldien, Tailback 111 Athletic Director Glenn (Red) Jacoby came to Wyoming five years ago and since his arrival has played a prominent role in the construction of the university ' s new field house and football stadium. He graduated from Idaho university in 1928, where he lettered three years in football, basket- ball, and track. He served five years in the Army and participated in the Phillippine and Okinawa campaigns. A very capable administrator, Jacoby has shown that he is very interested in keeping Wyoming on the athletic map of the United States. ,!i:« ] ■ ' 2-.;iti i - : ' " _ ; ' •«r. Eddie Talboom has just crossed the goal line against Washington Lee for one of Wyoming ' s three touchdowns. Ed scored four minutes before the first half ended on a try through right guard from two yards out. Progressive techniques in athletic training hit the Wyoming campus with gusto when Fred Peterson arrived to take the job. A former trainer with the Chicago Blackhawks hockey team and Ohio Wesleyan University, Fred came here in 1946. A trackman under Glenn Cunningham at Cornell College, Fred slanted his interest toward the training field while an undergraduate. He has been very instrumental in building up training facilities on the Cowboy campus. 273 WyOMfNG ' S I950 UNDEFEATED RECORD September 16 at Laramie Wyoming 61 Montana State 13 September 23 at Laramie Wyoming 7 Baylor U. October 7 at Laramie Wyoming 34 Colorado A . M October 14 at Logan, Utah Wyoming 40 Utah State 7 October 21 at Salt Lake City Wyoming 53 Utah U. 13 October 28 at Laramie Wyoming 44 New Mexico U. November 4 at Moscow, Idaho Wyoming 14 Idaho U. 7 November 1 1 at Provo, Utah Wyoming 48 B. Y. U. November 23 at Denver, Colorado . . . Wyoming 42 Denver U. 12 January 1 at Jacksonville, Florida, Gator Bowl Wyoming 20 Washington Lee 7 1950 Skyline Conference Final Standings Won Lost Tied Pet. University of Wyoming 5 1.000 Colorado A M 4 10 .800 University of Denver 22 1 .500 University of Utah 1-2 2 .400 Brigham Young University 1 3 1 .300 Utah State 5 .000 Tie game in conference play counts as a half-a-game won and half ' a ' game lost. Wyoming ' s All-American coaching staff ! Builders of football champions — Skyline Conference and Gator Bowl variety. i-i 1 .•IJ " 1 V 71 61 88 i f- ' 73 jk24 SO r44 82 : FRESHMAN TEAM — Front Row. Left to Right: Lambert, Gossett, Troyer, J. Jones, Polk, Galusha, Lattimore, Schmidt, Smith, Thweatt. Second Rom: Thomas, Hockley, Fedorsin, Coulter, Schmale, Covington, Pilling, Dugger, Vaughn. Third Roiu: Morris, Duncan, Haupt, Zellner, Bill DeMontbreun, Lindemann, Whitside, Viner Wilbur DeMontbreun. The boys that get the dirty work and little glory — that unforgettable, rugged, tough Wyoming defensive line. 22 275 BASKETOAU. Dick Haag 276 Everett F. Shelton, Coach When sports fans in the Rockies think of basketball most of them think of Everett Shelton. Dapper Ev took over as Cowboy mentor in the 1939- 40 compaign and under his guidance the Cowboys have won five confer- ence championships and this year ran second only to B. Y. U. A graduate of Phillips university, Shelton was a four-year letterman in football, basket- ball, and baseball. Before turning to collegiate cage wars, Ev coached several amateur fives and with them, too, compiled standout records. BASKETBALL It wasn ' t a bright prospect seasonwise that faced Wyoming ' s young and inexperienced cagers last December, what with last year ' s first six men not returning. But with will and determination the Cowpokes got off to a blazing start, winning their first twelve games of the season, including con- tests at Denver ' s annual pre-season tourney. The Cowboys came out on top of the heap in the tour- nament, and Moe Radovich, Dick Haag and Ed Varden were named to the all-tourney team. BYU ended the Pokes streak in Wyoming ' s con- ference opener. What were some of the other high points of the season? Well, the Pokes went down to the wire in the conference season; Moe Radovich showed that he ' s one of the most capable floor leaders ever to play for Wyoming; Tuff Samuelson, when he wasn ' t knockin ' ' em dead with his push shots from the corners, was squeezing the life out of ' em with his defense; Dick Haag grabbed anything and everything off the back boards; Leroy Esau proved to be as quick as a cat when it came to ball stealing; Bob Burns, if he couldn ' t out-jump ' em, he out-ran ' em; Ed Varden burned the nets with his set shooting; the officials couldn ' t keep their whims from operating against John Hughes — and Ev Shelton? ... He lived and died with each point his Pokes made — or missed. LI Dick Haag goes head and shoulders (and finger-tips) above Colorado to tip one in. Bob Burns comes close to getting his feet tangled in the net — he ' s not far from being that high. 277 Tuff Samuelson, Forward Moe Radovich, Guard Dick " Gunder " Haag, Forward John Hughes, Center Ed Varden, Guard Bob Burns, Guard Oris Chamberlain, Forward Bob Clements, Center Ken Teller, Center .„,4, v-s Awmai " : Leroy Esau, Guard 278 Bob Burns lays one up after a futile attempt to stop him on the part of Colorado A M ' s Ray Williams. Moe Radovich and Leroy Esau move in to do a little rebounding — if necessary. 279 I950-5I BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom Wyom ng 55 Montana State 53 ng 69 Montana State 50 ng 72 Montana State 51 ng 64 Colo. Univ. 51 ng 63 Colo. Univ. 51 ng 74 - New Mexico Univ. 56 ng 58 .. New Mexico Univ. 37 ng 88 Oregon Univ. 57 ng 73 Oregon Univ. 55 ng57 B.Y.U. 61 ng 56 Colo. A M 47 ng 77 Colo. A M 58 ng 48 Utah Univ. 41 ng 58 B.Y.U. 64 ng 38 B.Y.U. 65 ng 39 Utah Univ. 45 ng 54 Colo. A M 34 ng 38 Colo. A M 62 Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming 55 Denver Univ. 46 42 Denver Univ. 38 47 Utah Univ. 36 49 Univ. of Wash. 74 51 Univ. of Wash. 53 47 Denver Univ. 60 55 Utah State 54 58 Utah State 51 50 B.Y.U. 49 69 Utah State 52 53 Utah State 49 50 Utah Univ. 52 82 Denver Univ. 61 Conference Tournament at Denver Wyoming 62 Colo. A M 50 Wyoming 69 Utah State 49 Wyoming 55 Utah Univ. 42 Conference Standings Team Wins Brigham Young University 15 University of Wyoming 13 University of Utah 12 University of Denver 8 Utah State . 6 Colorado A M 6 osses Percentage 5 .750 7 .650 8 .600 12 .400 14 .300 14 .300 Radovich hooks up a lefthander and there ' s not much that Colo- rado can do about it, since Moe often left ' em flatfooted like that. Haag gets a rebound from the Cougars — as always, he was there first with the most. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Wyoming ' s freshman basketball team, under the guidance of former Cow- boy varsityman Jim Storey, finished the season with a win-loss record of 9-5. The frosh, exhibiting quite a bit of all-around power, showed that they will be able to add strength to the Cowboy quintet next season. Nick Eliopulos, former Rawlins flash, led the young Cowboys in scoring, big George Shyneovich directed play, and steady Dan Blevins was a real work- horse under the boards. Bob Cates and Charley Wing proved to be the yearlings ' set shot artists, consistently splitting the nets with long ones. Front Rou " , Left to Right: WinR, Blevins, Shyneovich, Ehopulos, Catcs. Hack Row. Coach J. Storey, Currey, Chti: tcnsen, Kouris, Cooney, mgr. 281 WRESTLING Veteran Coach Everett Lantz started coaching at Wyoming in 1936, a year after his graduation from the Cowboy school. His teams were always strong but until 1950 could land no higher in the conference than second. In ' 50, his power-laden mat team cleaned up, likewise at the ' 51 conference meet — two consecu- tive Skyline championships. Front Rou ' . Left to Right: Schildfien, Federer, Mason. Stray, Farr, J. Carol!, Ballinser, Robison, G. Kelly. Second Row: Thomas, A. Eliopulos, Mattin, Williatns, Davidson, Troyer, Hockley, Elliott, N. Cartoll, Mortis. Back Row: Coach Lantz, J. Jones, CovinRton, Lindemann, Nickelson, J. Manchack, Nitn, Cox, Nielson, Sturjjis, Page, I. Jones. 282 Bob Schildf en Heai ' y weight class Although the Cowboy wrestling team didn ' t come through with the same number of individual conference champions this year that they had last year, they still retain the conference champion- ship as a team. George Kelly retained his title in the 123 pound class, as did Frank Stray in the 157 pound class. That promising group of men of last year came through in fine shape at the con- ference meet in Logan, Utah in March with a well rounded score of 36 total points with Colorado A . M pushing with a close total of 33 points and D. U. with 30 points. Last year ' s champ- ion Bob Mason had bad luck with Jones from Colorado A . M who beat him out of the top spot by 1 point. D. Robison took a third place, with Ballinger, Farr, Mason, and Schildgen taking second places and bringing the team points in for a conference championship. Louis Holland Candidate for Pan American Olympics Bob Mason 167 pound class 283 SWIMMING Coach Jim Nolan was an outstanding Wyo- ming free-styler — in fact, all-around swim- mer before taking the reins of the Wyoming tank team this year. He was considered to be just as outstanding as a mentor, and guided his inexperienced crew to fourth place in the conference this year. Coached by a former Wyoming star, Jim Nolan, the Puncher swimming team won one meet and lost five meets. Cowboys Chuck Behney and Bob Blessing were consistently tough throughout the year, Behney as a back stroker and Blessing as a breast stroker, while Dan Holub set a new conference record in free styling at the Skyline meet. From Rou , Left to Right: Guschewsky, Bunten, D. Holub, Andrau, M. Rankin. Back Row: W. Breslin, Saxon, Behney, Coach Nolan, Blessing, Bruce, J. Watts. 284 Leonard Brumm came to Wyoming from Michigan, where he was an outstanding hockey player for the Wolverines. Faced with the age-old problem of having little or no ice most of the season, Brumm turned in a remarkable job. Injuries during the season, as usual in hockey, came in no small quantity for Brumm and his icers. Front Roil ' , Left to Ri ht: A. Pierce, C. McGinn, D. Crowley, T. Kolkind, Sam Incontro. Back Row. Coach Brumm, E. Dobner, W. Fleischmann, Pcrschein, J. Gartner. With a new coach and a team that showed a lot of spirit and aggressive- ness, Wyoming put on ice a team that should be hard to beat next year. With only four men held over from last year, and some new boys that have played a lot of hockey in all parts of the U. S. and Canada, Coach Brumm ' s six molded four wins in the seasonal play and dropped eight. Sam Incontro handled the cage with determination while his team mates, Crowley, McGinn, Kolkind, and Fleischmann kept things on ice out in front. Barring too serious a draft loss, and the Gem City turning into a Banana Belt as it has on several occasions during the hockey season, the Puncher pucksters should see a fine season next year. At the time of writ- ing, which is early in March and like a lamb so far, it looks as though hockey has once more seen a windy season at good old Wyoming U. 285 GOLF Coach Jack Alford is entering his third year as Wyoming ' s link mentor, and indeed, 1951 may not be an easy one, since the entire team of last year was lost through graduation. Al ' ford also heads the university ' s correspon- dence study department. As with all varsity sports at the University of Wyoming, the golf team held its own in advancement in Conference and regional standings. Finishing third in the Skyline Conference, the Cowboy linksters also placed second in the Colorado Springs meet, and fourth in the conference mid-season meet. Ed Collins topped the average in the long driving contest and gar- nered 314 yards to place second in the single drive contest. Team captain Leo Kottke placed a close third place in the single drive contest with 309 yards. With some new material in " Hole in One " Ron Kirk of Enfield, Illinois, the Country Club athletes should have a sparkling future. Left to Right: Pat North, Leo Kottke, Bob Knox, Ed Collin 286 SKIING Bud Skinner, one of the " Skiing Skinners " from Pine- dale, led Wyoming ' s slatmen during the 1951 season and turned in a job well-done. Like the golf picture at Wyoming, skiing had to start almost from scratch this year, sin ce most of last year ' s slopemen were taken by graduation. Kneeling. Left to Right: John McLellan, Bud Skinner. Back Row. Walgren, Benson, Taylor, Skinner, McCalla. 1 The ski team, with only one of the Skinner boys back this year, and some new promising material, garnered sixth place in the Skyline Conference this year. Under the inspiring guidance of Coach Bud Skinner the men on the hickories worked hard and diligently and showed great improve- ment toward the end of the season. Newcomers to the team this year are Billy McCalla, Howie Walgren, Sam Taylor and Swede Benson, who all proved themselves quite able to handle any slope at the Libby Creek area. Bob Skinner, who at writing time has his eyes on the slalom team in the Olympics, is the high point man for the Punchers. With most of this year ' s squad returning next year, " shoosing " prospects are quite bright. 287 Wiles Hallock serves as assistant track coach under head man Dick Hitt, football line coach, and Wiles is one busy guy come track season. In addition to his time spent with the cindermen, Hallock must also stay on the job as Wyoming ' s very capable athletic publicity director. Wiles was a former track standout at Denver University and served as sports director for Laramie radio station K O W B before taking his present job. Though small in numbers, as you can see on the opposite page, Wyoming ' s track team had quality and perseverance to see them through a mighty tough schedule. Through such old hands as Mickey Dunn, George Goble, Bruce Badley, Dan Wincovitch, and Bill Welty, the Pokes ' cinder-beaters managed four wins and seven losses in conference meets. With all of these men back this year and the fine assistance of Coaches Hitt and Hallock, the Cowboys should find even a better rating awaiting them. The new- comers on the team are Tom Hurst of Sheridan, Wyoming, who shows great promise in the distance events, and Bob Anderson, pushing Mickey Dunn for the sprinting berth. Front Row, Left to Right: Dave Edwards, Al Peyton. Back Row: P. Carlin, D. Kurtz, B. Badley, D. Stine, G. Goble, Coach Milt Holt of Idaho State presenting trophy. 288 TOP — Front Rou ' . Left to Right: W. Welty, D. Edwards, B. Badley, G. Goble, Ben Poreda. Back Row: M. Dunn, D. Stine, D. Winkovitch, J. Matthews, G. Phillips, R. Anderson. Left: Ben Poreda and Dan DiDomenico don ' t make much use of the baton — they spend most of their time in the distance events. Right: Mickey Dunn, sprinter, hurdler, broad jumper, high jumper, relay anchor man — well, often referred to as Wyoming ' s one-man track team. 289 BASIBALL Glenn (Bud) Daniel assists Head Coacji George Cafego as baseball coach in addition to his duties as the Wyoming athletic busi- ness manager. Bud was a former Cowboy diamond great himself, working for three seasons, ' 46, ' 47, and ' 48 as the Pokes ' mitt and mask man. Coach George Cafego ' s 1950 diamond crew, while finishing in second place in the Skyline Conference ' s Eastern division, showed very well in its battles against most opposition — even the weather, which provided some of its toughest competition throughout the season. Pitchers Bob McFar- lane and John Copenhaver were the Cowboy big gunners on the mound and Southpaws Vaughn Hilpp and Ron Yoxey were able to give them able help. Ed Reasoner and Porky Caudillo also boosted the hurlers along. Big John Kosich, like a boulder behind the plate, was one of the top Poke clouters, and was equalled in his heavy stick work by such thumpers as First Baseman Keith Bloom, Shortstop Jack Troseth, Third Sacker George Simms, Wyoming ' s unanimous all-conference at the hot turn, and Ed Var- den, speedy second baseman-outfielder. Bill Kunkel, Tom Bournellis and Bob Allen rounded out the Poke squad, one of the top diamond aggrega- tions Wyoming has seen. Ed Varden, Second baseman Tom Bournellis, Third baseman ■i istmf " -JPw HLdL Top Row, Left to Right: E. Varden, Marty Gannon. Bob Allen, John Kosich, Bob McFarlane. Bottom Row: Tom Bournellis, Porky Caudillo, George Simms, Jack Troseth, Dick Schaffei. 291 INTRAMURAL SPORTS WRESTLING Intramurals started off with a bang this y ear with nearly all of the fraternities fielding teams in touch football. The Sig Alphs led off by winning the touch football crown from the ATO ' s, last year ' s champions. Then came swimming which the Phi Delts won hands down. They presented a team that broke three intramural records in the tank and at the same time forged ahead for the honors in the intramural cup race. Intramural wrestling is always one big pain to all of the fraternities because of the team point requirement. This year the Sigma Nus won the wrestling crown with one first place, three second places, and a fourth place. Following the Nu-ers came the Sig Alphs with second place and the ATO ' s finishing in third place. GRRRRRRRRHHHHH!!!!! The Sigma Nu grapplers that caine through with a championship are, left to right, Bob Palm, Bill Bieg, Bob Sturges, Bob Guthrie, Jim Nielsen, and Jim Elders. 292 TRACK As the intramurals progressed from football, wrestling, and swimming in the fall quarter, things began to take shape in the total standings. At the end of fall quar- ter the Sig Alphs were leading the race with a total of 55 points and the ATO ' s pushing- with 53 points, Sigma Nu, 46 V2 points and the Phi Delts, 38 Vz points. Noodles Nelson (ATO) makes a try for the pit. Tope skims over a high one (he knocked it down). Skip Fraser — one of the top intramural performers. Many varsity track men develop from the intramural meet in the spring, as this, too, requires workouts and team points. The men are usually in good shape for this event (Ha!) as the trailing groups in the league are making noble attempts to win that beloved rushing tro- phy. The ATO ' s came out victors in the track meet last year with the Sig Alphs second and Sigma Nu third. 293 INTRAMURAL SPORTS BOXING Intramural boxing ended the winter quarter intramural activity and at that point the powerful ATO athletes were leading the pack in the fraternity loop and LDS was leading in the independent league. ATO had piled up a total of 126 points and were followed by the SAE ' s with 1091 2 points. Sigma Nu came next with 105 points, barely leading the Phi Delts who had 104 2 markers. LDS had compiled 86 tallies, Red Pencil 60, Farm House 43 and ISA 37. In boxing, a hard-punching ATO team emerged victorious and had three champions to go along with their first place trophy. The SAE crew was second and claimed two champs in the ring. The Phi Delts came in third. Some of the outstanding punchers of the tourney were Dick Leedy, 135-pounder, Tom Miller, 145-pounder, and Bob Benson, 165 ' pound scrapper. Smack in the kisser this time — smack, that is. Miller steps back from a hopeful haymaker and gets in a good grin with the mouthpiece. 294 BASKETBALL This section on Intramurals pictures a small part of the extensive intramural program carried on at the University. Other sports that the independents and fraternities compete in are tennis, horseshoes, ping- pong, and bowling. The women also have an intra- mural league in which they compete in basketball, baseball, and volleyball. It ' s hell on the Half Acre. The basketball tournament this year was one of the better tourneys of the past few years. The Sig Alphs unseated the ATO ' s champions of last year, to win the title this year. The ATO ' s, however, copped a second place with the Sigma Nu ' s again placing third. The tournament was based on double elimination in both the fraternity and independent leagues. The Red Pen- cil club was crowned independent kings of basketball but the Sig Alphs won the all campus championship by defeating the Red Pencil club 39-32. 295 BASEBALL The final sport of the intramural program each spring is baseball, which last year was run off on a round robin basis. The ATO nine came out on top of the heap in the fraternity league and were followed in the standings by a smooth Sig Ep team. In the indepen- dent league, the Red Pencil crew won first and LDS came out a close second. Skip (DiMag) Fraser, one of the Tau ' s leading clouters. The ATO team, winners of fraternity play. The Man in Paul ' s Parlor swings for one, hits for two — it ' s big Paul Newton. 296 STUDENT LlfE WHO ' S WHO IH AMERICAN COLLEGES Pat Dinneen Darrell Howarth 298 Mary Mortensen Barbara Reeve Bruce Badley VND UNfVERSITfES Laverne Powell One of the greatest honors won on the campus is that of being listed in " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, " for it is indicative of being a real " wheel " on the campus. The 29 Wyo- ming U. students listed this year include leaders in student government, members of honoraries and service organizations, honor students, and officers of organizations. Students thus recognized must be officially rec- ommended by the University on the basis of " high scholastic rec ords, leadership, participation in extracurricular and academic activities, citizen- ship, service to the University, and promise of future usefulness. " Rod Ramsey Don Mieke Bill Brown Russ Patterson Jack Cantrell 299 WHO ' S WHO lU AMERICAN COLLEGES Lindy Storey Dick Campbell Ken Cyrus Carroll Daniels Kirk Fraser Harry Harris 300 AND UNIVERSITIES . e« Jki.v- vrsi « ' ; ■ ■.■ I - - , I Carl Sandstrom Don Thompson Al Vandenburg Frank Knittle 301 EUROPEAN GROUP — Le t to Right: Katja Mitchell, Rita Becker, Edwar Dietz, Elizabeth Schweiing, Isabel Scott, Etika Fritsch, and Rudi Pei.skei. FOREf GN STUDENTS One of the most popular indoor sports locally is baiting the foreign stu- dents. Soon after arrival they are introduced to the joys of " snowing " and " bird-dogging, " usually at the expense of painful hours of teasing. By the end of the year they have their American contemporaries on the run, and have certainly fulfilled their promise of being the cream of the crop. Row One, Left to Right: Nou-ta Cheng, Nam Boon-Yasidhi, Rita Becker, Erika Fritsch, Elizabeth Schwering, Katja Mitchell, Isabel Scott, Ruth Linder, Ignacio Gutierres. Row Two: Mr. Nellie, Dr. Portenier, Dean Nichols, Rudi Peisker, Edgar Dietz, Carlos Rodriguez, Mr. Bloomfield, Mr. Mueller. 302 .11 WYOMING BROUGHT HOME AN ALLIGATOR — alligator football, that is — with victory in the Gator Bowl Game at Jacksonville, Florida. Donors of the prize, ' gator-hide ball, W. I. Drysdale and F. Charles Usina of the St. Augustine, Florida, Alligator Farm, show the annual trophy football to one of Florida ' s biggest real ' gators. 303 HOMECOMING I950 304 Above: Homecoming Queen being presented to Student body at Iron Skull Skid. Top: Sigma Nu Frat, first place among Fraternities in Homecoming sing. Right: Pi Beta Phi, first place winners among sorority group at Homecoming sing. For the two days of Homecoming festivity, the " old grad " reigns supreme. All Laramie and the University of Wy- oming go all out to entertain him. The Potter Law Club crowns its Queen, after a small war with the Engineers for custody of the lady, Iron Skull sponsors the Home- coming Sing and Iron Skull Skid dance, and nearly every organized group on the campus prepares floats for the parade and house decorations. The football team even plays a game. 305 HOMECOMING I950 306 Above: Mary Lou Lessinger, 1950 Homecoming Queen, smiles happily for WYO photographer. Top: Delta Delta Delta float took first place in the " most beautiful " class during homecoming parade. Right: The Kappa ' s really cleaned up with their house decoration — first place for most original. It is a matter of continual wonder to many, how students can change so quickly from Preparation Fatigue to rip- roaring enthusiasm for Homecoming, but every year it happens. For the winners it is well worth the work. Tops in the Homecoming Sing were Knight Hall, Sigma Nu, and Pi Phi. Prizes for parade floats went to Tri-Delt, Sig Ep, and SAE, while ATO, Kappa, and Beta won honors for house decorations. Incidentally, Wyoming won the game. il»a«i». 4ilH(MIMMiMMii Witts ' tSRBHS MAM MM niH ___ l ttf " ■ ' ■■MIMIJJailinMimM 1 307 ' ar m ttiK " M«wf Left: Corner Stone laying ceremonies at new Education Building. Bottom: Sig Eps won first place for " most original " float at Homecoming. Top Right: President Truman and Joseph O ' Mahoney during the President ' s visit to Laramie. Bottom Right: President Humphrey points out the design on the Freedom Bell while " Moose " Melton tells Gale a good one. y 308 309 Dale Stiles falls clear during University Rodeo. A bunch of the boys and girls waiting for Gene ' s to open up during a pep rally. 310 ks for everyone at the Freshman Steak Fry. Let ' s sit a spell and enjoy our lunch, girls. 311 New Coeds during Freshman orientation week. The University of Wyoming ' s famous mascot being presented to President Humphrey at Homecoming. 312 Lindy Lou Storey signs the Freedom Scroll under the direction of Dr. McGee. Cowboy Cheer Leaders 313 Above: " Come on Horsey — Please Horsey, don ' t stop now! " Below: Jerry Derr tries her best for the " One Touch of Venus " contest at the Sigma Chi Derby. Above, Page 315: Babe introduces the speakers during the Grid Iron Banquet. Below, Page 315: George, Wink, and Chuck check their Vestpocket Radio before the big game. 314 315 Above: We ' re lost kids . . . but I think Laramie ' s over thataway ! Below: Everyone wanted to go the Gator Bowl ! Below, Page 317: Registration comes but three times a year ! Above, Page 317: The famous Peanut Pond tug-of-war. , 4 ' » • k,. • r " ' jf i 4 317 SWAN SONG Another year has rolled around or possibly I should say, " pushed around. " The desks are clear, the 1951 WYO is completed. I believe I can honestly say for the WYO Staff that it has been a pleasure, regardless of the days, week, and months spent fighting to get materials for the annual. It isn ' t a job done over night or by one person. It takes the time, sweat, and effort of many to accomplish the purpose. Now that we are at the " Finish Line, " I want to thank my staff for their untiring hours of work and the fine job rendered. First in line for congratulations is my Assistant Editor, Carl Kubo. He knew how to go ahead and get things done when the going got rough, and his help could never be expressed by words. Carl also put out the Fraternity and Sorority sections. I hope he can find as good an assistant next year when he takes over the " Bossing " of the " WYO. Good luck and best wishes to you, Carl. Every year we try to sell more advertising than the previous year and out-do all other Business Managers . . . this i year I believe Mary Breslin did both. Babe very efficiently handled all business rec- 1 ords and advertising. I have often heard that " hand-me-downs " are never popular and people resent the use of such, but Virginia Evans took over the duties of Copy Editor after Bill Ham- ilton left for the Navy and Bob Turner went to work on the Saratoga Sun. And, all by herself, completed the job in a marvelous fashion. Virginia is a wonderful girl and an editor would be nuts not to give her a job. Thanks again, Virginia, for a swell job. Another girl from the KD establishment who took over when the going got rough was Jackie Janssen, Organization Editor; Jackie also had to don the " hand- me-downs, " but in doing so, proved a very reliable girl and also a person who would work in any department. Many thanks to you, Jackie. Old-Rip-Roaring, Army-bound Dave Fuller fought headaches all the way trying to get the Sports sections ready for deadlines. As Sports Editor, Dave even went so far as to keep his girl waiting while he worked on the WYO. Another editor, coming up from the ranks this year, is Pat Trimmer, Class Editor. Pat is another one who did not stop working when her sections were finished but went ahead and helped where help was needed. Thank you Patorski. Last, but not forgotten, is the Index Editor, Ann Bylund, who worked steady for the first quarter, then went to Casper to teach. Ann came back to the WYO spring quarter and completed her job in ship-shape fashion. There is a lot of work compiling the index and Ann did very well. This - was my editorial staff. . . . Thanks a million for all your help and hours spent on the annual. Everyone couldn ' t be an editor ... it would be too many chiefs and no warriors. You have to have warriors for a job like this and also someone to do the tedious tasks that editors find tiresome. At this time I would like to thank all the warriors. To Therese McCue, Kay Jons, Rose Mary Eckel, Mary Helen Young, and Jerry Holm — Babe ' s advertising staff; and Winkie Tobin who gave up Coke for Lent; Betty Fitzsimonds, Ruthe Lindsey, Margie Millhone, Sally Brooder, Bounce Carlson, and all the girls who helped schedule group pictures, I say, " thanks to you and every bit of help was greatly appreciated. " And to Chuck Rue, Tony Andrikopoulos, and Dick Harris, staff photographers, I say, " thanks. " To Mr. Howard Wagner, of Wagner Studios, thanks for all your excellent work and time . . . and to the Wheelwright Lithographing Company — Lorin, Max, Dick, and staff — without your assistance this WYO would never have been pub- lished. My sincere appreciation for all you ' ve done. Before I close, there are two men who played the most important part in my ac- complishing this job — Mr. Biggs and Mr. Holborn, who very pains-takingly in- structed me through my years in Journalism. And last but not least — my wife, who kept me from tearing out my hair and joining Alcoholics Anonymous after every deadline; I give to you, my dear, a kiss. This is " Thirty " folks. I ' m finished. ' Tis THE END. EDITOR, 1951 WYO 318 mwmm llfl No better motor oil made for your car, new or old A Abbott, Stephen J _...65 Abeinethy, Kyle G 58 Accola, Donna Louise 75, IS " Addington, 1. Dean 58 Addington, Gerald J...._ 34, 210 Addison, William 36 Adsit, Sally 81, 139, M Afflerbach, Charles M 75, 168, 213 Albeyta, Albert A _ 63 Albright, Beverly C 34, 181, 1d3 Albright, C. Kent .75, 174, 206 Alexander, John K 75 Alexander, Robert E 65, 173, 213 Alexander, Richard L 34 Altord, John D 58 Allen, Don A _ 174 Allen, Robert M 91 Allen, Theodore E 86 Allison, Mary K 83, 1j9 Ames, Wayne B 65, 135 Anderson, L. Gwen _ 34 Anderson, Allegra 75, H2 Anderson, Betty J 75, 142, 145, 184 Anderson, Keith D 63, 124, 126, 132, 174, 220 Anderson, Robert G 34, 109, 206, 289 Anderson, Roger W _ 65 Andrau, William E 86, 232, 284 Andrew, Sanford G 86, 15U, 2 4 Andrews, Elizabeth 86, 140. 171 Andrikopoulos, Anthony 86, 238 Angelovic, Joe W 63, 2 U Angelos, Gus G 75, 168, 178, 224 Annala, Ralph 75, 163, 174 Anselmi, John M 16j Apostolos, George 58, 107, 135 Archer, Bryan J 75 Archer, Patricia N 86 Arkoosh, Beverly : 86, 151 Armstrong, Earl F 65, 174, 2i8 Arndt, Vernon L _ 34 Arnold, Gordon W 75 Arsulich, Norma J 34 Arthur, Orley Jr 86, 151, 169, 232 Aspass, Mary A 65, 102, 108. 141, 145 Astleford. Shalmar 75, 162 Athan. |-larry t 75, 173, Z57 Atkinson, Oienna L 34, l30, b7, 181 Aubin, Joseph S 8 Austin, t:dward W 63 Austin, hred L) 86 Austin, Kay C 3, l J Avis, Noima L 86, 1J9, I36 Ayer, Donna J 73, 145, 130, 137, IVU D Babbitt, Don Jr 34, W, 1 1, 1Z3, ij , iVB Babcock, Charles D 63 t aDcoci , tarl L 3l, 164, 171, 173. 174. in Backert, Cloyce _ 66 Badlty, Biuce P 3-1, li3, 133, 174, 2 8, 2Sv, 3ul Bagley, Clarence _ 65, 200 uayicy, Uavid A 73 Bagley, Robert K 73, Z36 Bailey, Meiryll M 34. 138, 204 Bailey, Laura Mae 73, 194 Bailey, Norma K 86, l39, 201 Bailey, Robert V 66, 143, 165 Baillie, Charleen D 34, 102, 140, 145, 157 Bain, Ralph B 86 Baud. Alice 75. 142 Bakalat, Richard W 65 Baker Glenna J 86, 139, 157, 188 Baker, J. Raymond 65, 212 Baker, Robert 1 75, 113, 127, 169, 212 Baker, Ted 65, 138 Baker, William C 109, 210 Baker, William E 86, 169 Baker. William W 86. 169 Balcom. Dorothy M 38. 113 Balcom, Robert W 34, 206 Ball, Joanne 86, 139, 157 Ballinger, Lee A 75, 168. 236, 282 Bandow, Tom J 73, 220 Bane, Nancy 86, 154, 196 Barbour, Marilyn 86, 139, 145, 188 Bark, Dean K 75, 167, 2 4 Barlow, Doil h 73, 169, 200 Barlow, James A 38 Bailies, John fhillips 76, 232 l:)aiiies, Keith 65 Baioody, Roger A 58, 150 Caiius. Deioy R - 76 Bariy. Gene A l64 Baisam, Dickian 76. 237 Baistnei. Joseph 76 Bartelt, William F 38 Uaitiutt, John H 34 Barthel, CaroUne 65, 141, 145, l34 bassett, James W , 38 Bates, John R 76, 129. 236 Bath, Donald Henry 76 Bath, Donald Henry 76, 131, 173, 238 Bath, Regina L 76 Bath, Robert L 135 Baughn, Shirley A 86. 140 Bauman. Darold J 86. 166 Baumer. Myron b 76, 163, 224 Bay. Elmer H , 34. 144 Bcahm, David M 65 Beall. 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Lois B 87, 131, 139. 143. 157 Covington. Lyle E 275. 282 Cowdin. Lloyd R 38 Cox, Bill D 166 Cox, Ray E _ 87 Coxbill, Evelyn 58 Coxe, Perry B 38. 216 Coyner, James G 58 Craft. Alba D 58. 105 Cramer, Jack M 77. 112. 144. 166. 236 Crandall, John M 58 Craven. Thomas D 66. 174. 206 Crawford, George M 66 Creek, Kenneth 38, 116 Creel. Harold P..... 66, 126. 132, 153 Cremin. Anthony J 87. 220 Criss, Edward M 78, 173 Cri.s.sman, Paul C 78, 169 Cronin, Anne E 87, 140 Cronin, Eugene H 58 Crook, Maurice G 87. 164 Cross. James W 78 Crow. Ralph D .87, 169, 236 Crowder, Dorothy _ 87, 139. 143. 144 Crowley. Daniel F 285 Crutcher. Frank E 66 Cullen, Cordell A 66, 196 Cummings. J. Bliss 38, 258, 259 Cummings. John F 38 Cummins, James J 38, 174 Curnow, James H 38, 99 Currey, LaVern K 87. 165. 281 Currm, Arthur A 87. 151. 218 Curtiss. Frances N 88. 141 Cusack, Vernon V 59. 128 Cuthbertson, Billy 88 Cuthbertson. Patricia A 88, 151, 157, 181 Cyrus. Kenneth B 38, 99. 124. 125. 228, 300 D Dale, Albert 66. 128. 220 Daley, James M 174 Daley, Wanda T Ill Dalton, Richard J 38, 134 Daly, John B _ 66, 108, 113, 165. 212 Dalzell. Eunice D 66. 103. 188 Dando. Thomas 78 Daniels. Carrol D 38, 124. 126. 132. 300 Daniels. Joan E, 78. 157. 194 Danielson. Floyd C 132 Davenport. Joe L 88. 168, 212 David. Eugene D 66. 106. 118. 149. 152 David. Jim 78 David. Lynn _ 78 Davidson. James E 78. 228 Davidson. Joan M 88. 154. 190 Davidson, Robert A. 66 Davis. Bonnidell 66. 257 Davis, Frank ij _...38, 206 Davis, George E 88, 174 Davis, George V _ 88 Uavis, John _. ' . 59 Davis, Lynn B 136 Davis, Marguerite L 38. Ill Davis. Marvin G 38. 132 Davis, Ora Gay 66. 103 188 Dawson. Beverly A 88, 157 Dawson. Oliver M 88. 169. 212 Liti-Ker, Clarence A 88 Decker, Clifford _ 66. 99 Decker. Ritaro C 88 Ueits, Chris H 66, 2i8 Deitz. Ed _ _...207 de la Montagne, John 59 DeLand, Charles K 59, 136 DeLong. Wallace A 59. 135 DeMontbreun. Wilbur R 88. 167, 275 DeMontbreun, William B 88. 167, 275 Dent, Homer W 88, 166 Denton, Louis L _ 66 Dereemer, Virginia A 78 Derr, Geraldine M 38. 194 Desch. Ben N 66. 228 Desmond. John F 168 DeSomber, R. Richard 78. 166. 224 DeVier. Virginia L 88. 139, 196 Dew, Elizabeth 88, 132. 139 Dexter, Raymond W 38 Deyo. Isabell A 66 Dickinson. Howard 38. 99. 135. 232 Dickson. Lois A 78. 119. 141. 145 Dickson, Walter 59 DiDomenico. Dante 38. 109 Dierks, Carl E 78 Dierks. Dean C 66. 126 Dierks, Edmund R 88 Dierks, Jerry G 38. 100. 101. 216 Dierks. Myrna L 88, 139 Dinneen. Patricia A 98. 113. 124. 194, 298 Ditzler, R. A 38, 134 Dixon, Charles 88. 167. 212 Dixon. Jack _...6 6 Dixon. William P 66 Dobner, Edwin A 285 Dodge, Harold E 78 324 EPENDABLE . . . Anywhere, Anytime First National Bank Kemmerer, Wyoming 202 Soulh 2nd KASSIS DRY GOODS CO. Laramie, WYoming Good Recipes and Your Sincere Efforts deserve The BEST Flour In TOP Condition . . . iliter Tears of Service I UT MORE WHEAT BEST WEST! MAOC rw}M Saf CTED NORTHERN , . WHEAT . " ' tL£VATORS IN MONTAN FLOUR MlLtS OENERAI. OFHCt ' (HCRIOAN, WTOMIN mm «s iw m. h i 4 Thai ' s why you should always insist on enriched flour. ' BEST OUT WEST " Wyoming Made for Wyoming Trade SKeridan Flouring Mills, Inc. Sheridan, Wyoming Wyoming Automotive Co. C«tp r — Sh ridan — Ch«y«nn Rock Springi Rawlins — Pow ll — Worland — Riv rton Torrington COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Sheridan, Wyoming Esfablished in 1890 MEMBER Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation CS FOR COMPLETE LIVING NEEDS 315 South 2nd LARAMIE. WYO. Dohan, Richard J 66, 113, 174 Doherty, Jerome R 78, 206 Dolence, Joe M 88, 167, 220 Donaldson, Sally E 88 Donnell, John W 39,116,128,236 Donnelly, John A 59 Doonan, Rosemae 78, HO, 145, 157 Dornan, Virginia E 150 Dorris, Dale 167 Dougan, Richard 88, 206 Dowdy, Charles E 39 Downer, Donna Beth 39, 184 Downey, Dons 1 88, 139, 153 Doyle, John T 138, 165 Doyle, Patricia A 39, 145, 184 Drnas, Tom M 78, 99, 165, 220 Drost, Thomas F 270 Drwenski, Vernon R 39, 228 Drysdale, Jean A 88, 141. 153 Dugger, Jim W 167, 275 Dukes, Jerald E 67, 110, 174, 206 Dumbrill, John F 88, 164 Dumbrill, Richard S 67 Duncan, James L 167, 275 Dunham, Marvin L 89, 169 Dunlap, David H 39, 149, 154, 171, 238 Dunn, Bonnie B 89, 139 Dunn, Charles M 39, 113, 289 Dunn, Darwin Lee 67, 113 Dunn, Leonard C 67 Dunn, Wallace E 67, 128 Dunning, Clinton M 39 Durkee, Edward F 67 Dusek, Dorrance A 67, 232 Dustin, Miles W 67,116,132,174 Dykins, Lorraine E 78, 142, 150, 157 Dymacek, Eugene A 78, 232 E Farley, R. Fred 78, 99, 165, 224 Easton, Don C 89, 165, 220 Eaton, George W 39, 232 Ebenhahn, Jean 67, 194 Eckel, Rosemary D 78, 196 Economou, James. 39, 123, 128 Eddins, A. Neal 89, 168, 236 Eddy. Charles 39, 138 Edwards, David W 39. 228. 288. 289 Edwards, Jo Anne 89, 139, 151, 157, 184 Edwards, Nancy 40, 130, 145, 196 Edwards, William Ray 78, 165, 224 Elder, James W 78, 173, 228 Eldredge, Jeanne B 40 Eliopulos, Alex J 67, 282 Eliopulos, Nick 167, 281 EUbogen, Martin H 78, 236 EUerby, Richard S 89, 167, 228 Elliot, Jerold K 78, 282 Ellis, Ruth E 89, 115, 139, 188 blsom, Charles M 78 Elwell, Albert R 59 Elwell, A. Ruth 40 Embrey, Jane 257 Embrey, Thomas S 78 Engstrom. Carl R 78, 220 Engstrom, Kathryn D 40, 179, 181 Enos, Betty J 89, 139, 151 Erickson, Arlene J 40, 141. 145 Erickson. Bonnie J 78, 142, 171 Erickson, Norman 40 Einst, Robert F 67. 236 Erwin. Margaret 1 , 40 Erwin, Mary A 78. 141. 156 Esau, LeRoy E 78, 278 Eschrich, John E 40 Esmay, John C 89, 165, 212 Esponda, John 40 Esterbrook, Kenneth J 40 Evanoff, George Jr 67 Evans, Houston V 40, 216 Evans, Virginia 78, 141, 190,261. 262,263 Evenson. Thomas G 78 Everling. Bonnie E 78, 141, 154, 156 F Fagnant, Charmaine M 89, 139, 157, 201 Farnsworth, James C 89 Farr. Fredrick S 40 Farrer. Daniel M 78. 169. 236 Fausset. Donald 89, 166, 236 Fawbush, Millis L - 89 Feather, Gilbert L 173 Federer, Mirlen D 41, 100, 101, 113, 153, 282, 283 Fedorsin, John 167, 275 t-eltner, bally W 89, Uv. 194 henex. Guy 67, 178. 212 t-tnex. Wilham D 6 . 212 t-eirin. Kay R 89, 173, 220 field, John H 89, 167, 228 t-ielding. Dee t 89, 136, 166. 212 t-ike. John t 89. 169 hinch. Kobert F 89, 166, 232 hinetrock, Donald W 78 Finn, Colleen 67, 108. l57 hinn. Mary Jean 41, 179, 194 Finnell, 1 ommy L 59 Finnerty, Thomas R 67 Fisher, Betty L 89, 139 Fisher. Richard T 41, 224 Fisher, Warren D 41, 220 Fitch, Phcebe A 67 Fitzsimonds, Elizabeth J 78. 145, 150, 190, 262,263 Flanagan, Phillip H 41. Fleischmann, William J 41. 206, 285 Fleming, F. Robert 59. 206 Floyd. L. Amie 78. 103, 130, 145, 171, 184, 257 Fluckiger, M 89, 166 Flynn, F. Keith 67 Fogle, Bertrom F 78, 174 Folster, Katherine A 89, 152, 184 ' Foore. E. Irene 89. 140 Forbes, Maryan 89, 145, 196 Foreman, Alfred S 128 Foreman, L. Edward 78 Forman, Howard H 89, 169 Fotman, L. Rae 67, 108. 120, 156, 181 Forsch, Burdette W 78, 144, 204 Fosher, Dann A 41 Fossey. Anna L 67 Fossum. James E 59, 102, 107 Foster. Arthur T 41 Foster, Lewis K 78 Fowler, Pete 89 Fox. Barbara J 78. 197, 251 Fox, Shirley A 41, 102. 142, 145, 201 Francisco, Robert D 59 Eraser, Kirk W 41. 124, 206. 300 Eraser. William J 78. 118, 166 Frederick, Charles L 41. 116 Frederick. Ernest J 67 Freeman. Gladys M 67, 133 Freeman. Marilyn L 89, 139, 151, 188 Freeman, Marion 41 Freese, Alice M 89 Freytag, John E 67, 138, 204 Friesen, Elsa J 89, 145 Frisbie, Louise 89, 190 Fritsch, Erika 60 Fritzler, Bruce V 67. 236 Frome, Betty B 67 Fuerst, Donna L 67, 115, 179, 188 Fulkerson, Donald H 60 Fuller, Charles F 78, 166, 236 Fuller, David B 41, 147, 236, 260, 263 FuUerton, Dale G 78, 168, 238 G Gabelson, Donald G 41, 144, 178, 232 Gage, Jack R 41, 232 Gale, Vernon K 41,113,221,267,270 Galusha, William E 169, 275 Gammenthaler. Kermit B 60 Gammon. John P 41 Garcia. Peter A 169 Gardner, Kenneth C 78 Gardner, La Niel 89, 157, 201 Gardner, Nola J 41, 139, 145, 157 Gardner, Reed H 67, 236 Gardner, Vivian 78, 119, 139, 157, 201 Gartoot, Robert F 78, 165. 224 Garretson, Roberta R 89 Garrity, Edward F _ 89, 168 Gartner, John A 67, 206, 285 Gebo, Homer Jr 78 Geldien, Harry W 272 Georges, Leonard J...._ 78, 124, 228 Gerhardt, Richard W. 60 Geslin, Gilbert S 78 Gi bbions. Roger L 78 Gibler. Claude R 89. 165. 228 Gibson, William W 67, 163, 174, 212 Gieck, Shirley J 89, 139, 157 Giesler, Joseph L 78, 224 Giesler, Rosalie H 89, 181 Gilbert, Herberr W 67.108.116,204 Gilbertson, A. Jean..._ 89, 139, 143 Gilchrist, Billie L 41 326 The Instrnments of our trade These instruments assure complete accuracy and dependability in all your prescription needs. WESTERN DRUG Cody, Wyoming MOTOR CO. Cody, Wyoming Gilchrist, Charles I 41 Gill, Joanne E .89, 197 G.U, Penny J 41, 139 Gill, Ralph L 67, 174, 220 Gillespie, Jean 132 Gilmour, James D 89, 165, 206 Giurlando, A. Charles 67, 108, 113, 132, 151, 178, 218 Glascock, William W 68, 236 Glass, Stanley 68, 152 Glass, William E 41, 127 Gligorea, Gene H 68, 168, 236 Gligorea, George R 68, 236 Gligorea, Thomas J 89, 237 Glosson, Douglas R 89, 173 Gnam, Robert G 41 Goble, George R 41, 221, 288, 289 Godfrey, James A 41, 221, 268 Gogerty, John H 89, 165, 213 Goldberg, Georgia M 68, 142 Goodbody, Marcus L 68, 206 Goodrich, Anne 68, 141, 150 Goodrich, Henry C 41, 228 Goodrich, John H 41, 134, 237 Goppert, Ernest J 41, 206 Goranson, Fred A 68, 257 Gossett, Ray S 89, 165, 224, 257, 275 Gotchall, Josephine 41, 123 Gott, Raymond E 68 Graaf, Virginia L 89, 139, 157, 194 Graf, Ben B 78 Graham, Martha A 78, 129, 157 Graham, Patricia L 89, 139 Grant, Robert U 41, 116, 126, 128, 237 Green, James 41 Green, Rosemary 78, 141 Greenlee, Paul R 78 Gregg, Peter A 60 Greg ory, Clinton C 41, 128 Griffin, Charles E 89 Gross, Esther J 78, 150, 196 Grosz, Donald L 41, 237 Grote, Annette H 89, 132, 184 Groth, Fredericlc A 78, 112, 232 Grothe, Richard E 78, 152 Groutage, Ralph 41 Grove, William C 89, 167 Guschewsky, James E 68. 99, 108, 174, 228, 284 Gurhrie, Robert F 89, 154, 169, 228, 257 Gutierrez-Reyes, Ignacio 41, 128 H Haaby, Earl S 41 Haag, Richard L 68, 276 Haberthiet, Sally M 89, 140 Hackleman, Meredith G 68, 128 Hadsell, Frank 42, 212 Hageman, Patti L 78, 119, 142, 145, 157 Haines, Mary L 140 Haley, Robert L 42 Hall, Forrest 89, 221 Hall, Jane B 42, 142, 199 Hall, Kathleen 68, 129, 181 Hall, Oscar A _ 135 Hall, Paul J 68 Hall, Robert J 42, 150 Hallowell, Henry P 42, 99, 150, 210 Hallowell, Jerry R 78 Hamilton, Charles E 42, 99 Hamilton, William A 68, HI, 122,261, 263 Hammontree, Donald L 78, 213 Hand, Robert J 79, 173, 224 Hand, Sharon L 89, 139. 157, 188 Hannifin, William J 79, 150 Hannum, Tom L 42,110.124,213,300 Hansen, Garth T 42, 118 Hardee, Miles E 68, 145, 238 Hardigan, William D 79. 218 Hardy, William 42, 144 Harison, John R 79, 174, 228 Harmon, Robert R 42 Harms, Clayton E 42, 99 Hatokopis, Mike 68, 128 Hatp, Robert L 68, 113, 272 Haifington, Neil E 89 Harris, Dale B 89, 213 Harris, Donald A 89. 153, 173 Harris, Donald H 89, 169 Harris, Harold D 42, 150, 229 Harris, Harry L 42, 134, 174, 300 Harris, Lois J 119 Harris, Richard Y 168 Harnish, Jim 89 Harns, James R 89, 166 Hart. Roland 42, 204 Hartman, Floyd L 79 Hartman, Ursula S 89 Hartwig, Sally A 68, 108, 194 Harvey, Richard D 68 Hastings, Jack G 79, 166, 221 Hatcher, David S 79 Hatfield, Ribert G 68 Haun, John D 60, 155 Haupt, Dale R 89, 167, 275 Hawkins, James E 42, 155, 178, 204 Hawkins, Lawrence J 68, 204 Hay, Edith 1 89, 145 Headland, Courtenay T 42, 110, 163,221 Headrick, Herbert B 42 Hcarn, Leslie C 79 Heatheringron, William H 42, 232 Heberling, Earl 60 Heckarr, JoAnn 89, 139, 190 Hein, Marvin L 89, 167. 232 Heinbaugh, Bill K 42, 210 Heiser, Ernest E 42, 206 Hejdc, Chester F 68, 148, 153 Hejde, E. Jayne 68,153,157,171,184 Hejde, Marjorie E 42, 156, 157, 196 Helierbran, Wayne 89, 173, 232 Hempel, Charles B 42, 232 Henderson, James J 42, 224 Henderson, John L 69, 1353, 153 Henderson, Stuarr W 69 Henderson, Walter G 79, 166 Henderson, Z LaVonne....90, 129, 139, 181 Hendricks, Norman A 42 Hendrickson, Carl E 69, 232 Henning, Gerald K 42, 232, 233 Henning, Theodore F 42 Henningsen, Edgar R 42 Henningsen, Harold B 79, 257 Henthornc, E. Tad 90, 164, 204 Herbeck, Norma L 79, 142, 145, 151 Heiold, Alan 42, 101, 147, 216 Herrera, Delphine A 90 Hesnard, Tillie M 60 Hess, William G 69 Hetherington, Joy M 69 Hewgley, Clarence T 42 Heyneman, John M 42, 111, 237, 257 Hey wood, John L 42 Hick, Marcia M 42, 171, 196 Hicks, James D 169 Hicks, Noel J 42, 105, 237 Higginson, Lee F 42 Hildebrand, Fredrick L 90, 167 Hileman, William W 79 Hilgert, Dorothy C 42, 150 Hill, Burton S 42 Hili, Lesa Lee 79, 142 Hill, Ruth Ann 79, 140, 145 Hilpp, Vaughn 43, 113, 267 Hindorff, James W 165 Hing, Kay T. L 90, 168 Hipps, Byron N 69, 118, 144 Hirsig, Barbara H 79,103,119,196 Hixson, Buel M 69, 221 Hoch, Marvin M 43 Hockley, Robert W 90, 169, 275, 282 Hodges, Marcus D 43, 128 Hoffman, James D 69 Hoffman, Lenore 252 Hoffman, Philip 60 Holaway, Wayne W 69, 110, 204 Holden, Gordon F 79 Holden, Kenneth A 79, 174, 229 Holkenbrink, J. Marge 69, 157, 194 Holland, E. Lucille 43 Holland, Ralph W 43 Hollister, Carolyn H 43, 133, 184 Holm, Gerald H 69, 108, 111, 178, 213, 262,263 Holub, Dan J 69, 113, 284 Hooten, Alfred J 43, 132, 257 Hopka, Edwin L 69, 107, 116, 127 Hopper, Daniel 69 Horsley ,Arthur W 60 Houston, Robert W 69 Houtz, Robert E 79, 167 Howard, Clyde A 43, 128, 213 Howard, Robert H 69 Howarrh, Darrell L 43, 109, 178, 229, 298 Hubbell. Shirley A 90, 190 Huber, Ronnie F 79 Hudson, James R 79, 221 Hudson, Loyd L 90, 169 Huenefeld, Ray S 43, 132 Hughes, Cecil K 43, 134 Hughes, Eleanor K 69, 132, 151, 184, 257 327 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LARAMIE Member, Federal Reserve System Member, F.D.I.C. MORE POWER . . . When and where you want it. mountain States Power Co. SERVING CENTRAL AND NORTHERN WYOMING Hughes, John W 69, 278 Hughes, Richard L 174 Hughes, Robert D 6 9, 99, 264 Hunt, Shirley H 79, 194 Hunter, Calvin J 165 Hunter, James M 44, 204 Hunter, Nancy W 79, 103, 119. 129, 150, 194 Hunton, James D 44 Hunton, Patricia M 79, 103, 114, 150, 196 Huntzinger, Carl J 44, 128 Hurrell, Robert D 79 Hurst, Thomas K 80, 237 Huston, Lee C 90 Hutschman, J 150 Hutto, Daniel C 60 Hutton, Malcolm B 44 I Incontro, Sam J...._ 69, 113, 221, 285 Inkster, George L 44, 204 Irwin, Philip 90, 105, 168, 228 Irwin, Ruth A 69, 130, 179, 196 J Jackson, Glenna V 90, 139, 201 Jackson, Kenneth D 90 Jackson, Mary W 69, 148, 150 Jackson, Victor H 80, 206 Jackson, Wilbur N 69, 216 Jacobs, Clifford C 44, 204 Janssen, Jacque A 80, 103, 119, 142, 150, 157, 190, 255. 261, 262, 263 Janssen. Patricia B 69.98.113,124, 130, 150, 157, 190. 298 Jarman, Loyd L 90. 169, 200 Jarrett, Jerald 90, 165,229 Jauss, Thais A 44. 102. 114, 194 Jefferson, Earl A 80 Jenkins. Alma M.... 90 jenner, Duane D 80 Jennings. George N 69, 118, 144 Jenny, Duncan 90, 154, 165 Jensen. Dean A 80. 174. 233 Jensen, Donald L 44, 163, 206 Jensen, Frank F 80, 167 Jessee, Phyllis W 80, 131, 145. 157 Jiacoletti, James M 80, 166, 229 Joder, Donald K 80, 109, 173, 224 Johannsen, Charles E 44 Johnson, Ardith L 80. 142, 145, 157 Johnson, Everett L 80, 167. 221 Johnson. Frances C 90. b3, 190 Johnson, George F 44 Johnson. Geraidine 80. 111. 259 Johnson, James B 44. 144 Johnson. Joan R 90, 129,181 Johnson, Kendrick D 80, 163, 164, 174 Johnson, Nancy 90, 139, 188 Johnson, Norman V 60 Johnson, lorn W yO, 166, zo6 Johnson, William C 61 Johnston, Bert E 44, 225 Johnston, Ralph H 90 Johnston, William R 145. 150 Jones, Billy R 80. 260 Jones, Clyde G 118 Jones, hmelie C 90 Jones. Hatvey B 69, 2z9 Jones, Henty l 45, 134 Jones, Ivan R 268, 278. 282 Jones. Josephine A 90. 139. 142, 143, 153, 157 Jones, Milton 45, 132 Jones, Shirley M 90. 139. 145. 188. 2 ' i9 Jones, Robert N 45 Jones, Viola J 69, 103, 104, 184 Jones, William R 45, 134, 2U7 Jones, Woodford W 45. 99, 233 Jons, Kathryn L 90, 139, 157, 196. 263 Jordan, Austin J 45, 221 Jordan, Dan C 90, 173 Jorgensen, Carl R 69 Jorgensen, Kathryn J 90. 139, 157, 188 Jorgensen, Raymond K 80, 129, 165, 237 Jorgensen, Holland D 80, 129, 237 Joslin, Paul D 80, 168, 204 Judy. Elwood K 80 jukes. Harry 131 Julian, M. Beverly 119, 131, 142 June. James W 138 Juppo. Matt G 90, 165 Juvan, Maxine F 45, 141 Juvan, Rudolph F 80, 112, 167,210 Jones, John R 167. 275, 282 K Kaaz, Wayne A 90, 221 Kad.ngo, ■ Hubert J 45 Kahn, Barbara L 69 Kamp, Richard A 164 kanc. Richard E 45, 127 Kapcles, Jonn H 69, 2z9 Karch. Helen 154 Kasei . bdwin 69 Kastner. Mary L 45, 188 K-auimann, Kobert L SO, lz9 Kavalok, Helen L 45, 111. 190 Kazmetchak, Clara F 69. 1 2. 184 Kean. Maiilyn J 69. l5U Keegan. Virginia l53 Kceie. Frank A 8U Kelt, Philip D 45, 213 Keiser, W. Eugene 80, 207 Keldsen, bhirley M 90, Il9, HO Kellam, George M 90, 113, bO, I65 Kelley, Lauia A 61 Kelley, George C 45, 282 Kemper, Darrell G 69 Kenagy, James A 45, 149 Kennah, Mary 1 90, 129, 140. 157 Kenney, Frank L 90 Kerley, David N 69 Kerper, Minabelle 69. 188 Keishisnik, David T 69, 221 Kerschner, Louis F 90 Kiefer, Stan 257 Kierks, Mary 156 Kilian, Edna M 61 K.msey, Dwikht W 80, 171 King, Donald W 90, 1 3, 207 King, Robert E 78 Kingham, Ethelyn A 78, 114, 150, 188 Kingham. Richard J 69, 116. 221 Kinginger. Jill E 78 Kinney, Neal _ 45, 154 Kirby, William A 69, 102, 145, 154 Kirchhefer. Richard J 90. 129. 173 Kiik. Edwin J 69. 132. 166 Kirk, Ronald E 90. 237 Kivi. Wilma E 69. 141 Kline, Merle D 78 Knapp, Allen A 78, 154 Knaur, Peter R 61 Kneedler, Joan 69, l50, 181 Knittle, Frank A 45, 101, 216, 301 Knoll, James 78, 1 4, 165, 2U7 Knors, Joseph M 78, 144, 218 Knott, Uonald G ?8, 168. 229 Knowlton. Charles A 9U, 229 Knox, Kobert B 286 Kocherhans, Renee 78 Kochevar, George R 45, 237 Kochiras, Elaine 78, 142 Ko.akis, Steve J 90, 229 Konl, U. JoAnn 69, 157. 179, 181 Kolrind, 1 homas K 285 Kominsky, David K 90 Korder, laula J 78 Korea, Alma K 90, 139 Koriz, Jack 144 Koscal, George J 45 Kortke, Leo 286 Kouiis. btanley M 90, 167, 281 Kismer, bue J 69, 122, 171. 184, 257 Kiagh. Janice 90 Krause. Fhyllis 1 45, 194 Kiear, Harry R 61 Krek. Frank T 45, 132 Kfeuger, Jacqueline E 45, 194 Kreuter, Joseph Jr 45, 145 Kriegel, Michael D 45 Kioysman, Nicholas L _ 70 Kubo. Carl 69, 111, U , AbU, Lbi, t.bi Kumelos, Laddie J 61. 145. 238 Kuntzman. Carol Ann 90. 141. 184 Kuitz. Allen E 45. 128, 178, 221 Kuitz, Don M 78, 165. 229. 288 Kurtz, Jack B 78 Kurtz, Lois 69, 156, 157, 190 Kylander. John C 167 Kynion. Donald A _ 90 Labudovich. Marco 45. 110. 204 Lacey. Barbara J 45. 194 Lacey. Dorothy J 78. 141 Lacey, Lloyd E 45, 147 Ladd, Marion 69, 174 Lafkas, Paul T 90, 238 LaFollette, Robert M 61, 135 328 MEHSE-BAKER MOTOR COMPANY QUALITY CHEVROLET COMPANY KNIGHT MOTORS RAAB GARAGE BENTLEY PONTIAC HI-STATE OLDSMOBILE • GENERAL CREDIT CORPORATION JOHNSTON MOTOR COMPANY • BENEDA MOTOR COMPANY • DEAN ' S NASH EQUIPMENT CO. • MARKEL MOTORS INCORPORATED • BOVEE MOTOR COMPANY OIL STATE MOTORS 329 i :zt i- " The Connor is the place to meet your friends . . . the hotel with a warm, cordial atmosphere of truly western hospitality. JIgaxs Lamb, Donald R 61, 116, 128 Lambert, Tom F 169, 275 Lamkin, Beverly J 78, 103, 157, 196 Lamphere, Oakley 45. 101, 216 Lanchantin, Gerard F 61 Landeen, Donald V 90, 167 Landers, Harvey J 45, 99, 110 Landgren, George E 61 Landram, James F 61 Langdon, John T 61 Lane, Kenneth L 69, 108, 174, 225 Lanin, Jack 151 Lannan, John C 78, 168, 218 Lanphere, George C 147 Lappala, Lucille M 45, 113, 145 Lara, Jess R 78 Larsen, Donald W 69 Larsen, Hans L 45 Larsen, John J 61 Latta, Mary J 90 Lattimore, Larry F 169, 275 Laurin, Betty J 90, 139, 153 Lauritscn, Mary L 45, 181 Lawrence, Robert C 69, 174 Lawrence, Ura J 69 Lawson, Robert J 90, 167, 221 Laya, Gerald T 45, 218 Laycock, Wjlliam A 69, 164, 216 Layman, E. Ted 78, 165, 207 Lazar, Saul S 45 Leach, Roy H 69, 229 Leavens, Maudibell 153 Leavens, Walter B 45, 153 LeBeau, Gerald R 90, 166. 213 LeBeau, Lawrence A 46, 132 Lebhart, Marifred 46, 158 Lee, Lallas E 69, 100 Lee, Harold 78 Lee. Joseph D 78, 112, 173, 229 Leeburg, Clarence E 46, 132, 163. 174, 210 Leedy, Richard 1 69, 207 Leenhouts, Joan P 69, ISC Leffland, K. William 61 Legan, Dave 46, 123, 128 Legarra, S. Bill 69 Legerski, George W 165 Legg, Donald K 69, 101. 131, 147 Legg, James W 69 Lehan, Janice 78, 103, 196, 248, 250 Lehncr, Loma Jane 46, 181 Lcimback, Harry E 46, 134 Lemons, George R 46, 109 Lentz, Patiicia A 78, 188 Lenz, Ralph W 61 Leonard, Donald L 69, 127 Lesley, Ruth R 90, 194, 258, 259 Lessinger, Mary Lou 69, 141, 152, 245 Lester, Nova J 69, 194 Letellier, Richard A 46 Leverett, Clifford R 90 Levitt, Phillip R 61 Lewandowski, Theodore J 69 Lewis, Ethel L 90 Lewis, Eugene D 90, 229 Lewis, Jean H 78, 141 Lewis, Lawrence K 81 Lewis, Mary 81, 131, 142, 201 Lewis, Ralph B 69, 200 Liamos. Paul T _ 46, 134 Libbey, Robert L 61 Lindemann, E. Gene 90, 282 Lindenbaum, Seymour H 81, 113, 167 Lindsey, Ruthe M 70, 140, 184, 257, 262, 263 Lindstrom, Dorothy H 90, 115, 129, 131. 140, 157 Lindvall, Russell L 70 Linklater, Claude A 90 Linn, Robert G 46, 221 Littman, Donna 61 Livingston, Don L 81 Lloyd, Jerre-Ann 7C Locken, Neva G 46, 114 Lofgren, Lawrence 46, 145, 229 Logan. William B 70 Long, Andrew 144 Long, Martin H 81, 150, 173, 229 Loomis, Bonnie J 90, 139. 188 Looncy. Robert C 90, 173, 233 Loopstra, Hein B 46 Lorenzi, Donald S 151, 173 Lothian, Peter R 46, 225 Lovshe, Margaret F 81, 104, 142, 151, b7 Lowe, Audre R 70, 115, 157, 188 Lowe, Burton G...- 70, 207 Lowham. Ruth M 90, 139, 145. 201 Lucas, William G 81, 164, 221 Lucore, Raymond R 81, 132, 16} Ludecke, Otto P 81, 168, 229 Luethi, Frank E 81, 21C Luman. Kathryn J 46, 157, 194, 258, 259 Lund, Joan L 81, 119, 133, 150, 162, 179 Lund, John B 136 Lupher, Fern 46, 98, 120, 130, 136. 156, 157, 298 Lutterman, Ray J 81, 165 Lynch, Janet E 70, 1C8, 114, ,210 130, 151, 184, 257 Lynn, Wayne B 46, 200 Lyon, Beverly A 70, 18-i Lyon, Robert 46, 147. 216 Mc McArthur, Donna M 46. 70. 98. 120, 130, 141, 156, 157 McAuley, Mary C 70, 103. 108, 120, 130, 131, 153, 156, 199 McBride, Virginia M 70. 188 McCaffrey. Joy Ann 81, 119, 185 McCain, Joan 46 McCalla, William R 81, 207, 287 McCarthy, Maureen L 90, 139 McCarthy, John T 70, 118, 144 McClure, John H 61 McComsey, Lee 168 McCormick, John S 61 McClintock, Beverly A 70, 108, 194 McConnaughey, John L 70, 173, 174 McConnell, Dewey L 70, 109, 113, 272 McConnell, Harry R 90, 207 McCoy, Louise E 81, 141, 151, 146 McCoy, Melville R 61, 107 McCue, David E 91 McCue, John T 70, 213 McCue, Therese M 262, 263 McCuUough, Margaret M 46. 140 McCutcheon. Bennett B 91. 167. 237 McDetmet. Janet 91, 139 McDill, Robert W 81, 154, 169 McDonald, Angus J 46, 106, 116 McFarland, Andrew E 37, 118, 218 McFarlane, Ann M 81, 119, 140, 156 McGinn, Robert G 285 McGowan, Joe A 70, HI, 122 McGraw, Robert 70, 144 McHenry, Douglas B 150, 166 Mcintosh, Margaret 81, 201 Mclntyre, Donald N 91, 229 McKeon, Marilyn R 81, 103, 130, 188 McKinney, Evelyn A _...81, 142 McLean, Neil T 46, 135 McLellan, John W 46, 233, 287 McLellan, Margene J 46 McLeod, Phyllis 91, 139, 144 McMahon, William A 70, 233 McMiUen, Edwin L 46, 145 McMullen, Royal G 46,113,221,268 McMurry, Donald R 46. 174, 207 McMurry, James E _ 169 McNutt, Alfred D 81, 144 McPherson, John P 61, 167 McPherson, Joseph D 91 McQuinn, Patricia F 70, 151, 181 McTee, Robert J _...91 M Mabie, Richard E 167 MacClean, Edward W 81. 165 MacDonald, Don....46, 116, 123, 126. 128 MacFarlane. William 70, 213 MacNeel, Neal E 61 Macklay, Gale W 70, 213 Madigan, J. Patrick 70, 218 Maddux, Robert B 46 Maggard, Jacques 91, 150, 173, 229 Magnetti, John 46, 102, 107, 145 Magnusson, Calvin C _...46, 107, 116, 132, 152 Mahlman, Kent E 70, 99, 148, 238 Mahnke, Donald F 70, 110 Mai, Harold L 81 Malcolm, Andrea 47, 102, 145, 181 Manchak, Albert _...47, 109, 113 Manchak, Joe M 47, 109, 282 Manee, James S 47 Manelis. George G 47. 128, 233 Manfull, Duane G _...61 Manley, George L 47, 163, 174 Mann, Frank W _ 61 Mann, Robert C _ 61 330 A DREAM THAT CAME TRUE The new stadium and fieldhouse are the fulfillment of a dream for Wyoming . . . and the Speigelberg Lumber and Building Company are the contractors that made that dream come true. SPIEGELBERG LUMBER BUILDING CO. 331 Dewey McConnell, star Cowboy end, in a Kuppen- heimer suit. The best in quality and style are assured when shopping at Moore ' s. Manning, Donna Lou 141 Maravich, Mileva 21, 102 Marburger, Donna Rae 91, 139, 148, 152. 157 Marcott, Charles A 166 Marincic, Helena F 81, 142, 151, 156 Marines, Danny 70 Marks, Thomas M 46 Marlatc. Marian T 81, 142. 145 Marlow, Betty Lou 91 Marshall, Clifford D 46, 126. 132 Marshall, Eloise B 81 Marshall, John C 70, 237, 257 Martin, Albert S 70, 238 Martin, James W 70, 174 Martin, Jean M 70, 141 Martin, Jean M 70, 141 Martin, Robert B 81, 169 Martin, Robert H 91, 173 Martin, Robert J 46 Martin, Sherry L 81, 103, 144, 179, 185 Martin, Walter W 70 Martino, Joseph T 91 Matts, Geraldine 153 Maser, Edward H 91, 153 Maser, Frances 153 Mason, B. Maynard 70, 238 Mason, Lawrence D 70 Mason, Robert L 47, 113, 282, 283 Mason, Robert W 91, 109 Massey, Bruce L 81, 204 Massey, Morris R 171 Massey, Naomi A 91, 136, 140 Materi, Donald J 91, 169 Mathew, Dorothy Mae 70, 141, 1 7 Matiba, Geraldine 81, 141, 143, 151, 19 3 Matkovich, Betty H 70, 142, 151 Mau, Bill P 70 Maxfield, Lewis S 97, 169 Maxwell, Gerald W 61 May, Morton L 47 Mayer, Harry F 47, 144, 218 Mayhew, Beverly A-.: 81, 181 Mayland, Mabel L 91, 141 Maystorovich, Frank 61 Medis, James W 70 Meeboer. Robert M 81, 229 Meekin, Thomas K 47, 138. 151 Meeks, Hazel 91, 141, 157, 201 Mehle, Frank M 61, 132 Meier, Harold E 91, 173, 213 Meike, Barbara 81, 103, 131, 195 Meike, Don 299 Melin, Robert 150 Melton, John W 113, 272 Mcmmer, Don N 91, 165 Menken, Edwin T 47 Meranda, Robert 70, 218 Merback, Donald G 70, 257 Merback, Frederick H 81, 207 Mercer, Roselle M 81, lt2, 157 Meredith, Clarence W 81, 167 Meredith. Robert B 48, 100 Mereness, Ann 81, 197 Merritt, Zen S 70 Mestel, Stan A 70, 135 Metzger, Norbert W 135 Michael, Marvin E 70, 238 Middaugh, Lawrence E 70, 207 Mihanovich, Antone J 70, 99 Milberg, James D 165 Miles, Dudley D 48, 135, 229 Miles, Steve 254 Mileski, Harold A 81, 112, 174, 233 Mill, Barbara J 91. 139, 197 Miller, Bryan E 61 Miller, Erwin L 213 Miller, Janis 1 81, 197 Miller, Larry Joe 91. 204 Miller, Lois M 82. 142, 145 Miller, Patricia Ann 70. 142 Miller, Roger Keith 70 Miller, Thomas 82, 136, 213 MiUhone, Margie R 108, 113, 133, 197, 262, 263 Milliken, Robert C 48 Million, Ivan J 70, 108, 178, 225 Millis, Robert L 138 Mills. Richard W 48, 99, 233 Millward, E. Lucille 91, 139 Miracle, Beverly M 92. 139, 190, 258, 259 Miracle, Jo Ann 70, 157, 179, 190, 258. 259 Miracle, Robert W 48, 213 Miskimins, Richaid G 48 Mitchell, Douglas M ,. 82 Mitchell, Katja M 110 Mitich, Larry W 48, 100, 101, 147, 216 Mleziva, Barbara A 82 Mleziva, Maureen D 92, 140 Moberly, Merle L 82, 213 Mockler, Ann E 8 , 103, 150, 157, 173, 190, z63 Moedl, Karl R 8Z, 112, lt8, 237 Moeller, belmer, h 48, 238 Moffet, David 92, 168, 213 Mohr, Carroll S 82, 173, 207 Moine, Alvin E 92, 169 Moleton, Gerald P 92 Monahan, Dale 1 48, 136 Monteith, John 82, 167, 150, 237 Montgomery, Richard G 70, 99, 221 Montgomery, William A 70 Moody, Cliff B 48 Moore, Annette Jo 92, 133, 181 Moore, Iver C 48 Moore, Robert L 92, 210 Moravek, Gerald W 49, 101, 147, 216 Morck, Aleen M 70, 115, 142 Morgan, Bonita M 70 Morgan, Francis A 70 Morgan, Frank J 70 Morgan, Joseph K 61 Morgando, Frank P „ 70 Morris, Francis E 82, 169. 238 Morris, John N 92, 275 Morris, Marilyn D 82. 103, 119, 195 Morrison, Allen D 49, 128 Morrison, Donald E 92 Morrison, Jimmie D 92, 165, 166, 213 Morrison, Mary J 82 Morrison, William H 49 Morss, Barbara K 92. 139, 195 Mortensen, Mary J 52. 70, 102, 103, 108, 119, 130, 145, 157, 190, 298 Mortensen, Phyllis ....82, 122, 142, 153 Morron, Charlotte T...._ 82, 140 Mosely, Robert L _....129 Moses, Dolores 70, 141 Moss, Ernest A _ 82 Moss, Martin E 49 Mottonen, Lois C 49, 104, 157, 184 Mowry, Marilyn _ 82, 103. 131. 150, 156, 157, 190 Mrak. Vernon A 61 Muckey, Donn R 92, 148, 153. 169 Mueller, Esther L 82 Mueller, Thomas H 49, 229 Mundschenk, Harold R 92 Mulvehal, James J 167 Murphy, Kenneth E 92, 213 Muiphy, William E 61. 151 Murray, Don 49, 128 Murray, Edward 61 Murray, Floyd E 82, 165 Murray, Larry T 82, 213 Murray, Margaret J _ 49, 102. 130. 145, 190 Myers. A. Louise 92 Myers, Charles G 49 N Nagel, Robert H 70 Nakamura, Matsua L _ 82, 103. 119, 142, 157, 171 Namtvedt, Milo C 49, 128 Nance, Barbara E 70, 181 Nauman, Miriam A 82. 142, 153 Neal, Hubert C 70 Neal, James F 49, 272 Nehring, Melvin E. 61, 139 Nelson, Dale E 49, 144, 233 Nelson, Gerald E 61 Nelson, Jack W 169 Nelson, Leonard M 70, 128 Nelson, Raymond 70, 124, 125. 207 Nelson, Robert L _ 70 Nelson, Nathalyn C 113, 139 Ness, Donald 70 Neu, Harold S....- 82 Neville, Edward W 71 Newman, John L 71, 233 Newton, Paul G 49, 213, 258, 259 Nicholas, Alice H _ 49 Nicholas, Fred V 82, 144, 221 Nicholas, Joyce Y 71 Nicholas, William J 71, 135 Nicholson, Marianne C 139, 195 332 0 t CCUPt tU 333 your silent helper PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Laramie The silent assistance of dependable electrical sertice is inialuable in doing homeuork that rates a " I. " The Western Public Service Co. W. L. BRESLIN, Presidenl Nickel. Donald M Nickel on, Darrell J — Nickelson, Donabel C- 139, Niel«on, Nielson. Inin P Kenneth O.. 106. Nielson, James E- Nielson, Stuart D._ Nit:. John f Noble, Eva B . Nolan, James R 118. 1-H. .92 -■W, !■». _49. 1C7 -174. m; 92. 157. 185 _71 -•W, 20C 229 200 282 _49 -62. S ' oller. Eatlene D Nofdmann. Peggy E Noiman. James W " Norman. ' itginia J Norris, James W. Norton, Virginia Ann_ Nott, Jacqueline, Nye, Thomas A 163. 174. 229. 284 71. 142 92. 199 -49, -49. -71. -82. 213 188 213 197 195 _49 O Obetholtrer, Earl R. Jr.. O ' Connell, Louis D Odegard, Donald C -49, 144 62 -71. 131. 164. 165. 171. 238 O ' Flannigan, James P.. Oja, John A Okamoto, Mineo Okamoio, Robert S -82 -71, 174, 207 -49 Olcott, Don J.. Oliver, Paul _ ONeiU, Bill _ Ono, Midori C-. 127. 163. _92. 167. Orleans, Robert J.. Omelas, Angel Orr, Samuel W Ornson, Carl E Osbom, Dwight D Osbom. Maxfield G Osrling. Edith L-___92 Otto. Carl J. 0 fc ' cns. Leona C 0»sley, William A 92. -82. 119. 142. -49. 174 213 -173 168 145 _49 -92 _49 -82 -62 _7I. 174. 233 139. 171. 185 71 62 -49 Page. James D.. Paine. M. -164. 282 150 Palm. Robert I _93, 167. 228 Palmer. Dorice Ann_93, 139. 157, 182 Pahner. Francis M._S2. 112. 169, 238 Palmer, Merle 131 Panalsek. Anthony Panopoulos, Nick A. Pape. Kannen E. Pape. Nadine F Pape. Noiman F. Pape. V ' enita J Park. Daniel C— Parker. Jerry C_ Parker, John G— Parker. John P.. SI. 167. 221 -82. 173, 2C5 71, 141 71. l37 71. 225 -71. 141. 145, 157 258. 259 49. 268 49 49 Parkison. Ed H. Paipart. Kenneth F_ Parr. Robert F.. Partridge. Bruce R Parrridge, Jane Partridge, Karma Patrick, Kacherine L- Patterakis, Pete _S2, 165, 213 49, 118 : 83. 164 71 _-93. 131. 2C1 142. 157. 2C1 _82. 157. 195 49 Paicetson. David R 49. 111. 122. 163. 174. 233. 261, 262. 263. 259 Pattison, Sydney. E 49. 213 Patton. Mary Jo 93 Paumer, Datlene J 93 Paulson. Dorochy J.. Paulus. Alberr O Payne, Mildred L._ Pearce. Donnie D Pearce. Jack -82. 188 62 -J93. 133. 157 -71. 174, 229 9 3 Pebbles. Betty . nn_32. 119. 145. 185 Pederson. Selmer, 71. 229 Peeks, Palma Joy 130, 140 Peisker, Rudob ' 154 Pellet. Rene, 71. 233 Pence. Geraldine 71. ICS, 129. 13C, 157, 182 Pender. Robert 135 Penn, Florence 98. 139. 189 Pentecost. Eileen 71. 141 Perkins. Charles Parkinson, Ramona Perit, Elizabeth .128. 15C 144 49. Petiy. Dale _ Perry. Dick _ Persson. Carl Peters, Helen Peters, John - Peters. -Nlary I 102, 141. 145 50 Peterson, A. Duane_ Peterson, Carol _71. 197 _82. 2C 7 171. 197 - 2. IM -93, Peterson, Charles Pecerson. Eleanore _ Peterson, M. Joyce. Peterson, Merrillynn Peterson, Robert Peterson, Cobem Peterson, Dee Peterson, Lars Pererson, Marvin Peterson, Thomas Petri, Mary Ann Petrides, Madeleine - Petribone, Beverly Peverly, Giiy Peyion. William PfluB. Richard Phelps, Edward _ Phillips, Berr Phillips, Richard Phillips, George . Phillips. Norman. Phillips, Rita Phillips. Robert _ Phillips, Shirley Piaia. Duce Pickett. Lloyd . Piehl, Donald Pierce, Arthur 119, 133, 141, 171, 185 _5C, 1. 71 114, 19C -93 Pieiala, Miriam Pike, John Pilger. Keith — Pilling. Roy Pinney. Robert . Pohler. Lorraine Policky. Donald Pohcky. Robert - Poljanec, Jenny Pollitr. Richard . Polk. BiUy _93, 225 -62 -71, 20D 62 -71, 118 -50, 2C7 -93, 195 -50 -71, 1C8. 189 _5C. 116. 221 71, 283 5.1 -50, 102, 145, 229 _. 50, 229 71 71, 289 82. 164. 238 -50. 179. 191 93. 229 82 50 _93. 166. 216 -_82. 165. 207 _»2. 207. 285 125. 185, 299 82. 173 71 275 —83. 229 -1C4. 182 -50 93. 99 -93. 141. 151 50, 128 93. 275 Polka. Rosemary Polsen, Ed«-ard - Pond, David Ponder, Vi ' ilbum Pool, Kenneth Poreda, Ben Porter, Jeannir e Porter, Kenneth Porter, Richard Porter, Srella Poteet, Bfiitain Potter, Thomas Powell, James Powell. Laveme ICC. 101, 124, 125. Powell. Richard Presley, James Prevedel. Franklin . Prochnow. Albert Pryde. Judy Pugh. Charles Pugh. Roberr Pugh, Man P-jllum, Uoyd Pursel. Harold 147 Quealy, Herman Quigley, Jerry — Quint, Robert . -93. 141 -50. :;i -82, 156. icw 82. 119 123 71. 174 62 216. -50. 299 -82 -82, 225 -93. 109 62 -82. 142, 171 -50 132. 173 50 -93. 167, 237 50 -50 -93. 165. 221 _93. 165 Raben. Wells Radke, Myron Radovich. George Ramsey. Rodney _ -93 -62 -278 -50. Randolph, Harel Raixlolph, Nancy A.. Rankin, -Manin Ransom, Ben 163. 174. 225. 299 140 -93. 139. 197 -82. 168. 284 72 Rauchfuss. Frank I 5C. 163. 174 Rausch, Richard 5C. 116. 132. 229 Rauii, Frank 50. 101 Rawley, Margaret 143 Rav, Maicille. 72. 199 Rea. Emma 108, 120 334 Sewla the people of 7iJ f mtut Three Great Coals History is again at the crossroads. World conflict may once more levy its exhaustive demands upon our resources. Coal is the basic fuel on which our country must rely ... it is the one fuel of unlimited reserves ... it is the one fuel that can go to war without deserting the homefront. Yes . . . coal can be relied upon to power the machines of war and keep your home warm, too . . . because coal reserves are measured in centuries, not just years. Come what may, COAL is the nation ' s reliable fuel . . . coal is YOUR reliable fuel. Kemmerer Coal Co. Frontier, Wyoming Gunn-Quealy Coal Co. Quealy, Wyoming 335 AUTHENTIC WESTERN WEAR JUSTIN AND ACME BOOTS LEVI - STRAUSS OVERALLS For Men, Women and Children VAUGHN RAGSDALE OF CODY tliA fUojce ia fa . . . FOX WYO VARSITY FOX LARAMIE THEATRES Cakes and pasteries for gracious occasions HOME BAKERY Phone 2721 LARAMIE Gas doesn ' t cost — it PAYS! THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN GAS COMPANY DUALITY FRENCH DRY CLEANERS You Call SOUTH 3RD ST. 3000 LARAMIE. WYO. We ' ll Call! Smith ' s Furniture Store Furnilure - - Ranges - - Refrigerators Radios - - Washing Machines Paint and Varnish Laramie REED ' S Package Liquors Prompt Courteous Service 214 So. 3rd Laramie, Wyoming QUIN BLAIR " Your Medicine Man " DRUG STORES Shop the Save-Way Cody - - Wyoming Self Service Worland Read, James W 93, 237 Read, Mary Ann 50, 129, 171 Ready, Roger A 72, 238 Reasch, Phil 50, 200 Reasoner, Edward ....72, 116, 174, 229 Reckling. Walter 72, 110, 220 Redfield, Leroy 72, 225 Redmond, Margaret 50 Reed. Leslie H 72, 116, 132 Reesy, John R 72, 163. 174. 178. 232 Reeve, Barbara 50, 110. 120. 156. 157. 179. 189. 298 Reeve. Bryce L 50, 229 Reeves, John D 72, 113, 174, 272 Reeves, Patricia 93, 139, 157, 195 Reid, Edward _ 72. 229 Reilly. Charles 62 Reilly. Edmund T _.._ 72 Reinecke. Howard _ 50 Renken, Diane 93, 150, 185 Rend. Roy 50. 100 Renteria. Daniel _ 50 Rerucha. Elmer 51. 100. 171 Reser. James. 51, 23, 103, 119. 156, 189 Reusser, Kathryn M 82, Reynolds, Carl _ 82 Reynolds, Crewe 72, 150, 182 Reynolds. William E 62 Rhodes. Harold 82, 147 Rhodes, Robert _ 82, 169, 233 Ribble, Leah .82, 119, 140, 149 Rice, Alice 105 Rice, Cynthia 82, 197 Rice. Frank 62 Richards. John _ 51. 127 Richardson. Frederick C 93 Richardson, Freddie L — 72, 267 Richardson, H. Barbara _..-51 Richardson, Louie A 51 Rickman. Floyd _ 51 Riedl, Charlotte M 93, 139, 191 Ries,. Thomas 93 Rife. Jack 166 Riggle. George E 82. 167. 216 Rinehart. Lydia 72. 142. 156, 182 Ring. Nancy _...93. 139, 157, 189 Rinker, Charles -...51 Rittenour, Albert 62, 116, 132 Rizzi, Virgil 72, 104, 108, 191 Roberts, Caroline _ 82, 140 Roberts, Donna K 83, 197 Roberts, E. Janice 83, 140 Roberts, John A 93. 173. 207 Roberts. Larry 93. 167 Roberts, Ray 51, 174, 207 Roberts, William P 51 107, 163, 174, 229 Robertson. Jay 72 Robertson. Russell 51 Robinson. Dean 62 Robinson, Delbert 72. 116. 282 Robison. Don 168 Roche. John 118, 144 Rochford, Mary Jane 93, 139. 145, 157 Rochford, Rita Jean 72, 103, 156, 157. 191 Rochford, Ruth Joan 72, 156. 157. 191 Rock. Byron 62 Rock. Rupert 83 Rodriguez. Albert 93. 165 Rodriguez, Carlos 83, 136 Rodriguez. Socorro 93 Roelfsema, Gene G 51 Roehm. Charles D 83. 218 Roehrkasse. Glenn 83. 100. 101. 107, 147, 216 Rogan, John B 72. 150 Rogan. Shirley 93 Rogers. Beverly 72 Rolfsema, Robert 72 Rolich. Franklin 51. 113. 135. 210 Rollins, George H 52 Rollins, James 83, 207 Rollins, Wayne 62 Roripaugh, Robert 72 Rose, Shirley 52 Rosenberry. Glen 73. 134 Rosenthal, Jack 73. 173. 174 Ross. Leah 83. 151. 156, 197 Ross, Vincent 62, 134 Roulston. JoAnne 83, 142, 157. 171 Roum, Gilbert 83, 165 Roum, Melvin 93 Roush, Gordon 52 Roush, Lucilla 83. 104. 132, 150, 185 Rovner, Herbert 52, 134 Rowland, John 52. 163, 174 Rowley, Margaret _ 52 Roycc, Neil 73 Rucker, J 145 Rudisill. Shirley 83 Rue. Arthur 83, 112, 205 Rue. Charles 73. 229 Rue, Joseph 93, 229 Ruggles, 1 62, 105 Rummel George W 73, 229 Runnalls, James 52, 233 Rutschman, Janet L 93, 133, 141 Rutz, LeRoy 83 Ruzycki, Joe 52, 155 S Sabin. Mary 52. 145. 182 Sager. Harry 52, 116, 128, 229 Sager, Jerome 62 Sakalaucks, Herbert 73 Sakurada, Kenneth 93, 150, 16S Salatine, Joan 62 Samson, Robert 62 Samson, Walter 62 Samuelson, Morris 73, 278 Sanchez, Sidney 93, 165 Sander, Frank 62 Sander, Howard 52 Sanders, Roy 93. 218 Sandstrom, Carl, 52, 113, 221, 270, 301 Santce, Mary 62 Santos, Joseph 83 Sarbach, John 73, 221 Sare, Keith 93, 237 Sarvis, Margaret, 73 Saunders, Hallie 73, 189 Saunders, Raymond 93, 229 Saxon, William 83, 168, 229, 284 Schafer. Richard 53, 145, 291 Schanter, Naydene 53 Scharen, Albert 73, 217 Schauf. Charleene 53 Schcnefelt, Donald 53 Schepp, Robert 73 Scheurman, John 62 Schick, Jean 93, 137, 139. 195 Schierz. Ernestine _ 83, 119, 156, 171, 189 Schildgen, Robert 73, 113, 174. 282. 283 Schillereff, John 73 Schilt, Rose Mary 53. 120. 130. 156. 157. 197 Schipporeit, Kenneth 93, 221 Schlachter, Lawrence 165 Schliske, Ronald 93, 169 Schmale, Edwin 93, 169, 275 Schmidt, Don 73 Schmidt, Fred 169, 275 Schmidt, Jack 53 Schnathorst, William 73, 217 Schoneberg, John 73, 207 Schneider, Melvin 53 217 Schneider, Rod 93, 169 Schneider, Rosanne ....53, 136, 141, 151 Schoen, Marguerite 62 Schooler, Ronald 62, 128 Schreibeis. Gene 83. 217 Schroeder, Diana 73, 150 Schrocder, Don 163, 173, 174 Schroll, Peggy 83, 157. 195 Schroll, Robert 73, 128 Schroll, Susan 83, 157, 195 Schuike, Richard 73 Schunter, Bill 62 Schunter, Nancy 156 Schwering. Elisabeth 62, 132, 142 Schwid, Elaine 93. 199 Scorsone, Frank 93 Scott, Barbara 53, 102, 197 Scott, David 134 Scott, Isabel 62 Scott, James 93, 169, 217 Scott, Patricia 93, 118, 157 Scott, Walter F 73. 135 Scott, Walter N 53 Scott, William 53, 171 Scrutchfield, Mary 73, 189 Scully, Patricia 83, 115. 119. 157, 191 Seaman, Louise 93, 139, 189 Searles, Lon 53 337 R£M£M8£R YOUR ADVERTISER uSanh of ( o ommerce E(f. 1893 SHERIDAN. WYOMING Member F.D.I.C. Northern Wyoming ' s Largest Bank Your favorile homemade Bread . Rolls . Buns . Pies . Cakes CHRIS ' S BAKE SHOP Phone 5454 212 Grand Laramie BILL ' S TAXI Phone 3333 LARAMIE. AnrOMING Sears, Richard 53, 213 Sedar, David 83 Sedgwick, Joan 93, 139, 189 Seeburg, Nancy 93, 139, 195 Sell, Barbara 73, 83, 195, 257 Sellers, John 73 Sellers, Robert 53. 213 Scssa. Robert 147, 178 Sewell, James 53, 229 Scyfang, John 53 Seyfarth, Donald 93, 165. 229 Shafer, Ralph 53, 118, 144 Shanley, Thomas 73 Shanor, Richard 270 Sharp, Janet 73, 191 Shaul. Wanda 73, 140 Shcaffer, Donnie 53 Shearer, Robert 62 Sheffer, Bernard 62 Shelden. Bruce 93, 135, 148, 238 Sheldon, Elizabeth 93. 139 Sheldon, Ellen 197. 255 Shelton, Huey 83, 173, 207 Sherard, Janiel 93, 129, 139, 157, 171. 182 Shickich. John 73 Shidler. Marvcne 93. 139, 157, 189 Shifrar, Louie 53. 132 Shinmori, Bill 64, 94, 150 Shockley, Robert 73. 219 Shoop. Marvin 73, 101, 217 Shreve, Frances 84, 142. 150, 191 Shupe, Alton -55, 132, 256 Sheyncovich, George 281 Sikora, Orwill 73, 116, 128 Sills. Walter 94 Simmons, Sally Ann 84. 141 Simpeiman, James 53 Sinclair, Richard 53. 128, 2n Sims. George 94, 200, 291 Simms. Sally 84, 148, 201 Simpson, Alan 94, 207 Simpson, Ernest , 73, 136 Sinclair, William 84, 168. 213 Singer. Forest 62 Sivertson. Clayton 73 132. 173. 174, 213 Sizemore, Harry 73 Skinner. Charles 84, 168. 221 Skinner, Clement, 62, 213, 287 Skinner, Morris 94, 168 Skinner, Robert 73, 213, 287 Slagowski, Doris 94. 136, 140 Sloan, M. Ray 94, 136. 140 Slo ' s, James 53 Slothowet, Jack 84, 167 Small, Edwin 84, 144, 207 Small. J. Marillyn 53, 144, 189 Small. Milton 84 Smith, Barbara 94 Smith, Berdon 73, 229 Smith, Betty 94, 139. 143, 153 Smith, Charles 62 Smith, Edgar 105. 1C6, 147 Smith, Edward 73, 131. 217 Smith, Eugene 94 Smith, Francis 53 Smith, Grant 53. 217 Smith. Jacqualine 94 Smith, Jay 73, 225 Smith, Jean 53, 98, 130 Smith, Joanne 73, 157, 189, 195 Smith, Leslie 84, 218 Smith, Marlin 53. 270, 275 Smith, Robert 84 Smith. Will 94 Smith, William D 53, 169 Sneddon, Boyd 94, 165, 2 37 bnidet, Billie Ann 94, 139, 184 Snively. Adelaide 94. 133 Snively, Beatrice 63, 199 Snocker, Elizabeth 53 Snocker, Frances 84, 119, 145, 199 Snocker, Vernon 6 53 Snodgrass, George 94, 165 Somers, Joe 63 Somers, Kenneth 53, 132, 239 Sender, Leslie, 73, 147 Sorenson, Shirley 53, 197 Sparks, Douglas 84, 173, 230 Spaulding, Charles 84, 207 Spellacy, Raymond ....73. 118, 178, 218 Spence, Gerald 73, 135 Spicer. Leslie 53 Springer, Robert 53 Staats, Nancy 53, 136, 141, 157 Stafford, Phihp 94 Stallbaum, Dorothea 53, 94. 139 Stallngs, Dan 94, 129, 166 Stanc:yk, Donald 73, 213 Starr, Mary 94 Staudaher, George 73, 2)0 Stauffer, Robert 54, 213 St. Clair, Alberta 84, 132. 142, 145, 157 St. Clair, Kenneth 54. 101, 216 Stecge, Raymond 94, 166 Steele, Charles 54 Steele, James 84, 207 Stcioin, Rudolph....54, 107, 116, 126, 127 Steinacker, Robert 54, 127, 230 Stcinhour, Fred 84, 112. 168, 178, 237 Stcinhour, Richard 80, 168, 237 Steinhour, Thelma 73, 103, 108, 130, 156, 157, 189 Stennes, Ernest 63 Stephens, Burl 84 Stephens, Vernon 54, 116. 132 Sterling, Sara 140 Sterrett, Mary 142, 145, 157, 171 Steven, Andrew 54, 128 Stevens, Janet 54 Stevens, Jere 94, 133, 189 Stevenson, Robert 84, 168, Stevenson, William 84, Stewart, LcRoy 84, Stewart, Vern 54, 100, 174 233 138 217 .136 cker, Walter ckley. Glen 73 ne. Don 230, 288 ne, P. Manas 73, 113 pe. Jack 127 rling. Betty 94, 140 teler, Darrell 63, 230 John, Thomas 94 Stock, Joan 73, 104, 197 Stockhouse, Burton 73, 110, 230 Stoddaid, Charles 73, 237 Stone, William 94 Storey, George 54 Storey, James 54, 109, 128. 270, 281 Stotey, John 54 Storey, Linden L 54, 98. 133, 197. 300 Story, John 73, 221 Siouffer, Robert 84, 173, 225 Stout, Pansy 84. 119. 152 Straits, Raymond 84, 166 Straley, Jim 73, 213 Sttange, Joan 94, 197 Sttannigan, William 94, 169, 237 Strauch, Marvin 54, 268 St. Raule, James 54 Stray, Frank 54. 128. 282 Stiayer, Duane 63 Strayer, Martha 73, 195 Strick, Minnie 105 Stringham, Arnold 94, 200 Stfoble, Charles 63 Sttom, Norma 131. 199 Strong, Charles 94 Strube, Donald 85, 239 Sruhr, Twila 85, 142 Stump, Patricia 94, 139 Sturgis, Robert 54, 135, 230, 282 Sullins, William 54, 102, 145 Sullivan, David 85, 174 Sullivan, Robert 85 Sundby, June 94, 157, 182 Sunnergren, Edwin 54, 205 Susich, Helen 94, 141, 143, 151 Sutton, Edward 54. 128 Sutton, Lawrence 54, 101 Sutton, Patricia 54, 120, 136, 156 Sutton, Paul 54 Suyematsu, Tosh 63, 134 Swan, Dean _ 73 Swanson, Al 85 Swenson, William 54, 213 Switzer, John 85, 237 T Taber, Donald L _...118, 144 Tackett, Don 73 Taggert, Raye R 73, 195 Tagliavore, Andrew 85, 112, 233 Talboom, Edward ....54, 266, 267, 301 Tanaka, Chiyoko 73, 104, 108, 142, 143 Tanaka, James M 73, 128, 171 Tanner, Verdelia 54, 145, 185 Taylor, Beatrice 42, 73, 130, 151 Taylor, Charles 94, 173, 174 Taylor, Donald 63, 169, 221 338 midu ea. 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