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Lrfej ' -jij ' • • • " " - m - m K ' «. _ -% :] . .. r:: 2t,v 1 959 wyo ? f Carole Jones Donley Editor Sandi Dickensheets Business Manager Vol. XLVl Published annually by the Assoc. Students of the Univ. of Wyoming, Laramie, Wy- oming. R;a Milward L. Simpson WYOMING EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT CHEYENNE Greeting sl From the mountains and plains of Wonderful Wyoming come an ever Increasing natural wealth of agriculture and minerals. Our famous vacatlonlands and scenic beauty attract more and more tourists to our State. The wann and spontaneous hospitality of Wyoming people ex- tends a welcome to those beyond our borders. The spirit of Independence, the vision and foresight of our citizens will take us to greater heights of development and accomplishment. Because there Is unity between the product of our University and the natural resources of Wyoming, it is appropriate that the 1959 WYO, the chronicle of the year ' s activities at the University, should portray the beauty of Wyoming as 3 background for the activities of our Uni- versity. ' ' u£t.- yi u fj MILWARD L. SIMPSON tatic of contctifs page-4 «■- ' features-, page-254 first semester second semester i Am 3 ■? V -■ .--a; Below: " W " club swamped fresh- man with beanies. UW Photo Right: One of the many colorful terraces formed by mineral de- posits of the spring in Hot Springs State Park, Thermopolis. Within this park is the world ' s largest mineral hot spring. Photo by Dr. C. W. Wanberg, courtesy Wy- oming Travel Commission. ■A. -«n.. f ■9. e i m tMsxMAw mk »L " mh i ?■« 1 ' - ' 1 v. - i " - r 4. X4 r3€ ? %% 11 ■ iS? : ' fv e » % y - ; iP " ' ' " ' ' - ' ail iiMii lll :-: ' ' ' ■ - ' . Xt« fi .«» . Jl ' ' . J i W%smi0 - ... . .... !ii¥ ' Jihk.. ' ' lines lines Over 3500 students stood in countless lines during registration Sept. 15-17. The enrollment altered the boy-girl ratio from the previous ratio of three boys to one girl to five boys to two girls — an optimis- tic increase. On the dim side the enroll- ment created housing problems. Hardest hit were the girl ' s dorms who slept 50 more girls than their combined capacity. Opposite page: Mirror Lake dotted with ice — surrounded by snow — reflects the rugged Snowy Range. An hour ' s drive from the campus, this range is host to UW students for skiing, picnicking, and the freshman steak fry. Photo courtesy of UP rail- road. Bob Houser flashed a victor ' s smile after an upset game with Oregon State. Everybody got wet at the annual peanut pond tug of war, Sept. 23. introduction to ASUW orientation began Sept. 14, with open houses in Hoyt and Wyoming halls for parents of incoming students and followed with an all- schoolmixer, a chuck-wagon feed and a " W " paint- ing party. What began as a tug-of-war ended up as a free- for-all swim. a gay life. . . Frosh students ere guests at an as- sembly, a dance, a movie and an all school picnic as well as at entrance examinations. The fraternity spirit caught fire Sept. 20, when frat men outside the Union waited for rushees to pick up their bids. Many Students were fed at the steakfry. 4V 4 ,r-i:f An all school pep assembly was held and hopeful candidates for cheerleading led the yells. The cheerleaders were elected for the first time by an all school group. Surrounding Dale Memmelaar, Poke captain, were cheerleaders: Bob Ulrich, Judy Mitchell, Janice Elmer, Karen Jackson, Nancy Bjorn and Dave Gribbin. The modern living room was seen by many visitor ' s to the home management open house. UW division of home economics alumni and others attended the dedi- cation of the $47,000 new home man- agement house Oct. 4. The dedication climaxed two days of special activ- ities. The three-story house is a lab- oratory for curriculum courses for six junior and senior home economics majors. New home management house. cornerstones and dedications . This picture of the library cornerstone was a symbol of the vast building expansion on campus. sounds in the night. . . •n: ... SSS ' Sept. 29, the U.S. Navy Band performed in the A S auditorium. Making a hit were their trumpet choir, their harpest and especially their English post horn soloist, Frank Scimonelli. Many who had never seen or heard the post horn, found this long graceful instrument a " crys- tal " treat. 11 J " f jb ' ft . •? ' .«»« • ' •• Homecoming queen candidates posed on the lawn in front of Hoyt Hall. offsides of football . . . ft V Claude W. (Wimp) Hewgley, Wyoming ' s only offi- cial first team all-Skyline performer of 1957, was the recipient Saturday, Oct. 25, of the Admiral S. Land outstanding athlete award for 1957-58. The Cowboy end star — all conference tackle in 1953 re- ceived the plaque in Homecoming half-time ceremonies at Memorial Stadium. Opposite page: The silence of the bleachers contrasted the noise of a packed game. 12 1 i ■■ If " " p p p " II p J ., ,„„, „,,„„„ i MMf mmoisvm imMiiMMmv ' t w m If ft ri fi II IT TT ' n " W ri T fl IT I 1 ?; I ' -s fl Tf Tf IT •IT ft fir r» IT rr n fire on the Above: Mark Smolinski tackled an Oregon State player. Final score OS — 0, Wyoming —28. Left: Jack Allen on the bottom in the DU game. Final score: DU — 12, Wyoming — 15. Bottom: Francis Miknis tipped with a DU man. 14 gridiron . . . Right: Devaney coached Pat Smyth dur- ing half-time. Bottom left: Owen Bennett was surrounded. Bottom right: Joe Dempsey and Gary Jozwiak, tried for the ball. 15 Formal Homecoming Sing, Friday evening, October 24 . . . once again the holiday week-end opening came with a burst of blossom- ing color and swirling lace . . . . . . the big, rough and tumble fieldhouse found itself hosting a very contrasting scene from the " sweating activity " of its usual basketball games. rnary Mary Osborne, Knight Hall candidate, was attendant to the Homecoming queen. and ice in Engineering representatives took the two Marys on a whirl-wind state tour. Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Lambda Deha Sigma took top honors in the annual Home- coming Sing, Oct. 24. Kappa Delta Sigma Chi and Knight Hall took second places with Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Nu and Hoyt Hall placing third. Justice Glenn Parker was presented the Outstand- ing Alumni Award. the air Mary Kay and Mary rode in the Homecoming parade, Oct. 25. " «- ' r " Climb Aboard A Butterfly " — and climb aboard they did! Lambda Delta Sigma not only wisked away with first place in the independent division, but they also, sailed off with the award for the best all-around float with colors of royal blue and white. Miss Karen Kocher- hons was the human touch. " Dial WYO for Victory " rang true for Pi Beta Phi in sorority competition, bringing their third con- secutive " first " in the ' 58 Homecoming. They won first in the Homecoming Sing the evening before and sponsored the ' 58 Homecoming queen, Miss Mary Kay Kingham. The " classy " brown and yel- low float modeled exquisite Miss NiNi Simon. With " Be A Menace and Ruff the Lobos, " Phi Delta Theta came up with this intricately and cleverly executed first place winner in the fraternity division. 18 Further winners were, Independents: Knight Hall, second with " Three Little Pigs " and ISA, third with " Feast on the Lobos. " Sororities: Kappa Kappa Gamma, second with " We ' re on the Right Track " and Chi Omega, third with a candy-cane theme of " Lick ' em. " Fraternities: Acacia, second with " The Painter " and Kappa Sigma, third with " Fly High, Pokes. " anticipating. . . oi ■•Wf S ' the pokes big drama. . For the second year in a row, the Cowboy ' s had their homecoming ruined, as a fired up New Mexico team came onto the field to make the score 13-12 and grab victory from the jaws of apparent defeat. The Cowboys led at halftime by a score of 12-0 but defeat came with two quick touchdowns. r-% The marching band performed during half-time on the grid-iron. the band played on Under the direction of Charles Seltenrich, this 110 piece marching band was seen at football and basketball games. Band supporters through- out Wyoming raised the necessary funds to send the group to the Sun Bowl, Dec. 31. S j||jimilHf|i| | mm gM The cross country meets were held during the months of October and November. In the first meet with Colorado U. and the Air Force Acad- emy, Russ Donley placed fifth among 30 in the three mile run. Donley later placed third at conference in the same race and first in a return meet with the academy. Three-miler Gary Dar- nell placed third and fourth in the latter two meets. ' iLa " " ™ ' 4 Left: Charles Seltenrich, Band Director Donley came in. a redskin date . . Wyoming defeated Utah 25 to 20. siS!Mt»mxismiti i!!!!m «si«m ' xm » a chorus from Vienna The Vienna Academy Chorus pre- sented a program of singing and danc- ing, Nov. 12. Besides singing and dancing their native songs, this group also accom- panied itself. Brought back onstage twice for encores, the group ended their enter- tainment by singing the Blue Danube Waltz. mm Left: Running through parts hackstage were the cast for the UW musical — Annie Get Your Gun. Below : Richard Evans put fin- ishing touches on the stage props. Edward Kilenji appeared on campus, Nov. 25, and presented a piano concert to UW music lovers. Below: Kilenyi played a piano concerto — Liszt ' s in E Flat Minor — supported by the UW symphony led by Robert Becker. edward kilenji annie get After weeks of rehearsal and creative work came mjasx:3: ' r: i " - ViiSk iSSi, V ' l s Annie and Frank Butler appeared in a shooting match. Singing Chorus included Rosemary Barlow, Louis Brubaker, Nellis Colcord, Beth Dineen, Jay Holland, Kay Kepler, Jane Lacy, Mary Jo L ' Eveque, Jim Moyer, Sandi Nauraan, Jerry Proffit, Bob Reese, Louis Seaverson, Stan Stark, Dick Vandel and Gary Wallesen. Dancing Chorus included Anita Alexander, Craig Blackner, Joyce Buckingham, Mike Hanna, Karen Jackson, Anne Keller, Bryan Sheedy, Rod Whitlock, Molly Whittingham and Kerry Wolbert. 24 ... a spectacle of technical fineness. The Cos- tumes and settings were rich and fresh, while the audience was extremely receptive of the dancing and singing. " Annie " gave a fourth performance at the Lincoln Theatre in Cheyenne on December 3. Playing minor rolls were Gretchen Henderson, Lincoln Russin, Larry Erickson, Jennifer Hacker, Nancy Wilson, Craig Blackner and Steve Hen- derson. . . . Anne sang a bed timt little brothers and sisters your gun! , . . Produced under the direction of Rich- ard Dunham; Musical direction: Edgar Lewis; Stage direction: Charles Parker; Choreography and dance direction: Dora Dale Evans; Scene design and settings: Richard Evans. Principle Cast Charlie Davenport Kent Smith Mac Jerry Proffit Foster Wilson Steve Henderson Winnie Tate Linda Phillips Dolly Tate Delmyrna Simpson Tommy Keeler Danny Trevino Frank Butler Dick Godfrey Annie Oakley Judy Jewett Minnie Judy Ryun Jessie Barbara Hitchcock Nellie Sally Hudspeth Little Jake Bill Hitchcock Col. Wm. F. Cody Dick Barratt Major Gordon Lillie John Wasden Chief Sitting Bull Gary Bacon Chief Sitting Bull took Annie as his daughter. •ng to her 1 the train. . . . Frank revealed his loneliness for Annie in the ball- room scene. Former U.W. history professor, Dr. Gale McGee left the campus last year to place himself in the congressional race. Now U. S. Senator of Wyoming, he is interviewed here by Chet Huntley of NBC Television. 26 Dec. 2: Members of Spurs didn ' t bother to rest during Thanksgiving vacation, but came firing back with a style show. Clothes were furnished by Kassis, The Connit Shop, and Flory ' s Shoe Store. The show itself was organ- ized by Miss Louise McKnight, university student from Lusk. Modeled were sport clothes, lounging ensembles, school casuals, smart afternoon wear, evening dresses, and formals. Shown to the left is Miss Jo Shillinglaw of Wheaton, 111., and to the right Miss Cora Shelton of Laramie, Miss Lynn Harnsburger served as mistress of ceremonies. ROAR — and basketball season was underway in 1958. Here the varsity played the freshmen on December 5. The varsity finally edged out of the " scrimmage, " but the freshmen made a tremendous showing in this ballgame. SPLASH — sounded the win for the Cowboy swim- mer ' s first meet of the season, December 6. The pokes scored 56 points in the invitational meet. Wyoming set new records in the 200 yard free style relay, the 400 yard medley, and the 40 yard sprint relay. On November 18, the College of Engineering presented their candidates for Engineer ' s queen at the annual Engineer ' s Smoker. From this group, Misses Leslie Shoemaker, Judy Cook, and Georgia Doll were picked for final elections. 17 9 engineers Dec. 6: The 1958 Engineer ' s Ball brought the ever favor- ite " Tramps, " Dick Price, Art McKee, Dal Saxton, and George Blakeman to the en- tertainer ' s stage at intermis- sion. John Querard and his orchestra furnished music for dancing. 28 gave Past queecr of engineer ' s fame Ma Kay Kingham, also ' 58 Hl iecoming Queen, crowned Miss Leslie Shoe- maker, iCappa Kappa Gamma, the l 58 Engineer ' s Queen. AttendantS o osen were Misses Judy Cook, Delta Delta Delta, and Georgil Doll, Pi Be Phi. 29 Nt tvt e Ve et Jat aat The Wyoming University Theatre presented the diary of anne frank dramatized by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett based upon the book Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl Directed by Richard R. Dunham Setting by Charles M. Parker 30 CAST Mr. Frank John Wasden Miep Nancy Bjorn Mrs. Van Daan Janice Thompson Mr. Van Daan Ralph Martin Peter Van Daan Craig Blackner Mrs. Frank Rosemary Barlow Margot Frank Kay Kepler Anne Frank Ruth Holloway Mr. Kraler Rod Whitlock Mr. Dussel Steve Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan This true story displayed the hardships faced by many during the reign of the nazis. Here was a Jewish family of eight virtually imprisoned in a few small rooms above a warehouse while in hiding. Through the two years of such tension, all saw Anne Frank, a happy-go-lucky 13-year-old girl, change greatly as she grew up through the demands of this strange environment. Miep poured coffee. 3 . the life line. As one of the most active organizations on campus, the U, W. Outing Club provided limitless opportunities in such exuberant activities as hiking, climbing, camp- ing, making pack trips, horseback riding, and many winter sports during the past year. These people learned how to rough it, and loved it. One of their larger trips of the ' 58- ' 59 year was an excursion south to climb Ship Rock in New Mexico dur- ing Thanksgiving vacation. Through camping out and sharing expenses, they were able to furnish an experi- ence-packed weekend for those students who wished to travel during the vacation. The climb to Ship Rock was unfortunately cut short for the students, however, when they were forced back -, by a storm, but the all-night descent in the storm of- fered the thrills these climbers seemed to enjoy. Photos by Leonard Nadel. 32 Rescue operations are carried on frequently by the U. W. Outing Club to keep themselves in " shape " for their own protection and for the safety of others who may call upon them when the arises. One of the inspirations of the Christmas sea- son came from the members of the Roger Williams Student Cen- ter near campus. These Baptist students pre- sented a living Christ- mas scene in front of their student center during the long hours of many cold evenings. and then — it was home for the holidays Foreign students who were m ny miles from home during the Christmas season found warmth and hospitality in the homes of many local families and relatives. 33 kingston trio swept campus. . . The Kingston Trio of " Tom Dooley " fame pre- sented a concert under the sponsorship of the ASUW. A one night engagement, the trio entertained students for $1.25 a head. 34 president requested more funds. . . A salary raise for the faculty . . . two new men ' s dormitories and a new women ' s dorm . . . increased married student housing . . .a commerce college building ... a student health center. Those are the main requests in a program UW Pres. G. D. Humphrey presented to the 35th Wyoming Legislature. The entire building program would not re- quire appropriation of state funds. The Uni- versity was asking to issue bonds to pay for construction. jf— ' H ' f VJAtU ■ pj? l ?ocF .. r O MT tl EVATlQM chapel campaign kicked off A state-wide fund raising campaign to build a $65,000 interdenomina- tional chapel on campus was launched by the Inter-Fraternity Chaplains Council. The Board of Trustees promised a 99-year lease on a plot of land be- tween the Union and the Half Acre Gym. Donations for the building were sought from alumni, business firms and service clubs around the state. Blueprints for the structure, submitted by 0. G. Woody, called for a building of native slab stone and copper roofing. The chapel will seat 70 people. 35 t • " ff . • i . i 1 1 . i i. « , « 1 i , i ' - ' i i i i cowboys won in sun bowl. Len Kuczewski, junior guard, won the outstanding player award in the Sun Bowl, Dec. 31. Kuczewski is the first lineman to win the honor in the 25 year history of the game. Two first half breaks and a stingy defense marked a victory for the Cowboys in the 25th annual Sun Bowl game at El Paso, Texas, over the Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity. The final score was Wyoming 14, H-SU 6. The game was expected to be a much higher scoring contest although both teams had touted defenses. The Wyoming line, which was outweighed by nearly 20 pounds to the man, outplayed the hefty Hardin-Sim- mons line all afternoon. The win marked Wyoming ' s third in bowl compe- tition. In 1950 the Cowboys rolled over Washington and Lee in the Gator Bowl and in 1956 they beat Texas Tech in the Sun Bowl. 36 Len Kuczewski Outstanding Player of Sun Bowl, 1958 Opposite page: Majorettes were: Phyllis Netherton, Martha Hinthorn, Linda Vass, Sharon Stumpff, Donna Osborne. ettes Tryouts for Wyo Days (a picture of which is shown above) having been completed, the variety show began re- hearsal for its tour to high schools in the state from March 9 to 13. It was around the end of January that rumors began to flow concerning Tony Windis — one of the bigger names in basketball to Cowboy fans. Was he planning to leave Wyoming for a better offer? What then, they said. Windis did miss several games after this, how- ever, because of an injured leg. There was no doubt that his unfortunate lay- up hurt his record as top scorer in the Skyline Conference for the second con- secutive year. To the right he is shown in one of the several games during Jan- uary, Brigham Young University. 38 An ever favorite with U. W. audiences is the Denver Symphony Orchestra, so the Uni- versity Concert Series returned them to cam- pus once again on January 9. A special added feature of this concert included UWs own pianist, Robert Strangland, playing Beetho- ven ' s Piano Concerto No. 5. Mr. Strangland is a member of the University music faculty. Compositions by Tallis, Beethoven, and Brahms highlighted the evening. On January 15, Llord ' s Puppets Interna- tional added new sophistication and glamour to the marionette theatre for many students. It was a gay fanciful revue full of in- genious sounds and scenic effects — part con- cert, part ballet, part broadway musical and part circus. The special effects of rain, snow, fire, electrical skyrockets, water playing foun- tains, and menagerie of elephants, camels, peacocks, and horses, for example, illustrated in part the lavish and expensive note of this revue. The costumes for the more than 200 marionettes were advertised to be some of the finest obtainable. Probably one of the things that seemed to fascinate the audience most was the fact that Mr. Llord, while manipulating as many as 187 strings at a time, remained in constant view of his audience. The Finish: Sink or Swim? and so the semester ended . . . Opposite page: A different shot of the oil well — one of many dotting the mid- Wyo- ming landscape. Photo by Showalter. Inset: The Outing Club ' s al- pine man by night. " WBgg ' rt o ' o ' hvV ' Dr. Wc . ' fiC. ,_ ' - ,u:r ' speaker n T.i « the u ' ' ' net p , ' - ' Pepsters chosen by the Spurs danced at all home football and basketball games. Pictured are Betty Jo Paine, Marcia Tippetts, Shirley NichoUs, (alternate) Jane Metzler, Pat Veile, Karen Kocherhans. Not pictured was Mary Osbourn. 42 . cowboys rode hard but were hung up wet 43 Many student religious groups made sculptures. Here the Roger Williams club ' s snow church is pictured. Members ' of the Outing Club worked for a week on a 20 foot statue of an Alpine figure. " alpine holiday winter carniva 1 7 • • Phi Kappas fashioned a smiling snowman out of snow. Ski races were only a part of the activities sponsored by the Outing Club. Chi Omega ' s clock won sec- ond place in the all-around snow sculpture judging. Students partici- pated in slalom and snowshoe races Sat- urday afternoon at Libby Creek. JInC— Farmhouse won all-around with their sculpture of an oxen and cart., A 45 r i Pi Finalists for the Snowball dance were Loretta Engdahl, Jane Metzler, and Leslie Shoemaker. snowball ' s anie Jane Metzler, Tri-Delt, reigned over the Snowball dance climax- ing the winter carnival. Snowball queen candidates were Karen Jackson, KD; Susan Black, AC; Loretta Engdahl, Knight Hall; Peggy Robb, CO; Leslie Shoemaker, KKG; and Jane Metzler, Tri-Delt. Eler William E. Berrett, BYU President, and Roger Ortmayer, professor of Christianity and Arts at Southern Methodist University, addressed all-school assembly in the A S auditorium. ai religious emphasis week. Campus religious organizations in cooperation with the University, spon- sored campus sessions on Religious Emphasis Week, Feb. 24-26. Eleven speakers, seven from out of state, conducted seminars, living unit discussions in sororities, fraterni- ties, and dormitories, gave classroom talks, and held personal conferences with students. Below: Members of the REW coun- cil organized the two-day activities. Left to Right: Kay Kepler, Betsy Blair, Carol Spreng, Peggy Robb, Rod Whitlock, Tom Atkinson, Eleanore Wag- ner, Judy Ryun and Linda Phillips. Opposite page, Left to Right, Top to Bottom: Whitlock and Phillips, Keplar and Bacon, Atkinson and Phillips. Below: Phillips, Robb and Whitlock. nK William inge s picnic. . . . directed by charles parker CAST (in the order in which they speak) Helen Potts Carol Spreng Hal Carter Rod Whitlock Millie Owens Judy Ryun Bomber Hal Krause Madge Owens Linda Phillips Flo Owens Peggy Robb Rosemary Sydney Kay Kepler Alan Seymour Tom Atkinson Irma Kronkite Eleanore Wagner Christine Schoenwalder Betsy Blair Howard Bevan Gary Bacon SCENE The action of the play takes place in a small Kansas town in the yard shared by Flo Owens and Helen Potts. Act I Labor Day, early morning. Intermission ■ — Fifteen Minutes Coffee will be served in the second floor lobby. Act n Same day, just before sunset. Intermission — Five Minutes Act III Scene 1 : Early next morning, before daylight. Scene 2: Later the same morning, after sunrise. PRODUCTION CREW Tom Atkinson, Gary Bacon, Rosemary Barlow, Craig Blackner, Betsy Blair, Art Brauss, Nancy Bjorn, Beth Dineen. Bill Embree, Larry Erickson, Dave Ferguson, Steve Henderson, Bob Lillie, Pat Menghini, Judy Ryun, Janice Thompson, Nancy Skyles, Margaret Speckner, Molly Whittingham. Music in Act II recorded by Art Nyquist and his combo. USHERS Thursday, February 26 Air Force Angels Friday, February 27 Chi Omega S aturday, February 28 Tau Kappa Epsilon PATRONS OF THE UN[VERSITY THEATRE Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Allbaugh E. G. and Ruth Jackson Mr. and Mrs. James Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Glenn J. Jacoby Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deal Mr. and Mrs. Allan Krafczik Miss Hail Fischer Miss Velma Linford Mr. and Mrs. George J. Forbes Mr. and Mrs. Gale W. McGee Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hetherington ' Mr. and Mrs. William P. Rice, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hickey Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Sullivan President and Mrs. G. D. Humphrey STUDENT PATRONS OF THE UNIVERSITY THEATRE The members of Sigma Chi state ' s first atomic chain reaction. Saturday, Feb. 28, 1959 was a historic day in the state of Wyoming as the first atomic chain reaction was set off in the UW engineering building. The reactor was purchased by the University, with $95,000 funds from the Atomic Energy Commission. The reactor will be used by physics, chemistry and engineer- ing students. Upper left: B. R. Moskowitz was checked with an alpha detector after handling the radioactive fuel. Upper right: Two scientists from Atomics International, makers of the reactor, prepared another dose of the fuel. Right: Senator Gale McGee received pointers on the machine. He later threw the switch to start the reaction. 50 In a wrestling match with CSU the Cowboys grabbed a 20-6 win. The grapplers won six out of eight Matches. The Cowboys lost to CSU in an ov- ertime basketball game. Feb. 28. The final score 80-74. games and matches. . . . inkslingers queen . . Peggy Blackwell Kappa Kappa Gamma r PAM McKELVEY Kappa Kappa Gamma GERETTA FLINT Kappa Kappa Gamma runners up. . . BEVERLY DYE Kappa Kappa Gamma NANCY LONG Pi Beta Phi ..t m 53 Picked from a field of 37 candidates by Charles Schulz, Peggy Blackwell received the Inkslinger Queen roses. Bob Bi " « ■ president put on " grid " . . . At the 32nd annual Gridiron Banquet, sponsored by Pi Delta Epsilon, journalism honorary, student leaders gathered to question UW Pres. G. D. Humphrey and discussed current campus con- troversies. In addition to off-the-record questioning of the president, those present discussed the topics, " Buildings vs. Education, " " Par- ticipant Sports, " " Proposed ASUW constitution, " and " UW Public Relations. " Awarded paper hats for the best discussions were Kay Kep- ler and Pat Smyth. " Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who ' s the ugliest of them all? " Competitors for the title were: Paul Rob- inson, Graham Dameron, Clay Parker, Frank Wright, Chuck Hejde, Stan Murdock, and Wee Park. Also entered was Clay Fisher. who ' s the ugly one?. A dance lasting until 1 a.m., late permissions from Dean Gal- liver until 1:30 a.m., the music of Woody Herman and his band, and the balloting for ugly man ... all these were features of the IFC-ASUW dance March 6 in the Half-acre gym. Graham Dameron, Sigma Nu, was selected as the honored man of the evening. Top: Graham Dameron. Bottom: Woody Herman Duane Weber, Dox Carr, Jerry Goodnight. " guys and dolls " wyo days tour. . . Gay Wakins and Joan Reukel. The Wyo Days Committee of the Student Senate presented the 5th annual Wyo Days Show, " Guys and Dolls " of Wyo. U. The show began with registration for fall classes and followed through the year. Words for the show were written by the Wyo Days Committee. Music was adapted from the Broadway hit, " Guys and Dolls. " Each year the tour covers one-third of the state. This year the group presented the show in Thermopolis, Cody, Powell, Lovell, Byron, Worland, Greybull, and Basin. Members of the troupe included Darlene Johnson, Karen Hillman, Pam McKelvey, Judy Smith, Duane Weber, Dox Carr, Jerry Goodnight, Dan Blackner, Bill Duncan, Jim Mitchell, Don Bell, Rodney Trumble, Linda Phillips, Danny Trevino, Gay Watkins, Joan Ren- kel, Delmyrna Simpson, Mary Ann Matejovitz, Donna Fogelsonger, Max Radin, John Bishop, Tom Austin, Ron Mathewson, and Mariel O ' Melia. Mary Ann Matejovitz. 57 Clifford Hansen, right, president of the board of trustees, presented a distin- guished businessman certificate for 1958-59 to Robert Adams of Rawlins dur- ing the ninth annual Student Business Conference banquet, March 5. from state and nation i - Robert Russin, professor of art, was granted a leave of absence to sculpt a bronze head of Abraham Lincoln which will be erected at the summit of the Lincoln Highway, near Laramie. Russin stands by a sketch model of the colossal head which when finished will be 12 feet high and will rest on a 30 foot native stone base. March 25, the UW debate team pitched their skills against two debaters from London. miss university of Wyoming. . . The Miss UW pageant ended royally with the crowning of Linda Phillips as Miss UW of 1959. Also receiving awards were Christine Erickson, first runner-up, and Nancy Bjorn, second runner- up. Miss Erickson copped the title of Miss Con- geniality. Most talented non-finalist was Anita Alexander. Miss Phillips, a freshman in A S college from Cheyenne, went to Casper in April to compete for the honor of Miss Wyoming. Miss Bjorn, Miss Erickson, Miss Phillips, Theda May Stark and Nancy Long. aws chose king jim. . . " x, Coeds chose Jim Walden to reign as 1959 Wyo King. skyline champions wrestlers. . . Dale Madden, 130 lbs.; Herb Karcher, 123 lbs.; Dick Ballinger, 167 lbs.; and Carl Scott, 137 lbs., were named Skyline conference champions. ev shelton . . . a tradition A new coach at Wyoming in 1939 and a phenomenal success upon resigning in 1959. March 9, 1959, at the Cheyenne Quarterback Club banquet, Ev Shelton resigned. In back of him was an outstanding coaching record. Ahead a job in California. Originator of the five-man Shelton weave the Cow- boy coach was known over the nation. At the time of his resignation he was first veep of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame Committee. ' ' •. ' •-. ' •■. ' ' ' At lv • lj» ' »: ;!: «!: All Impressive Record Overall College Coaching Record, 391 wins, 209 losses Record for Wyoming Games 329 wins, 199 losses Directed Eight Conference Championships and one na- tional title in 1943. After his first year, 1940, his teams finished below second just once in the next 12 years. coach of champions. . . Shelton coached many greats: Kenny Sailors, Milo Komenich, Jim Weir, John Pilch, Joe Capua, and Tony Windis. Right: Shelton and Windis. As Shylock, a Jewish money lender, Art Brauss provides suspense in " The Merchant of Venice. " hms pinafore. . . " H.M.S. Pinafore, " Gilbert and Sullivan ' s nautical comic opera, was presented through the combined efforts of the division of music and speech department, by a cast of nine principals and a thirty-four voice chorus. Mary Jo L ' Eveque and Richard Godfrey headed the cast as the romantic leads. Also included in the cast were Larry Call, Anita Alexander, William Dubois, Sandra Nauman, Edwin Fabricus, Larry Hoffman, and Don Gregory. 62 1 f ' L L ■M ' prepare knu hchev here we come. 63 I i ¥ o5 • ' - f- Below: Ballet Beauties practice for a musical production. Right: The ranch house and rolling green hills are still symbolic of the great Wyoming outdoors. Photo cour- tesy of Union Pacific. . " " tx . ' - hn.vy. . » " . . • ' .•» » . ' Mtmm ■ ' - i act .y " ' " m " .a ' : stud campus wheels Ron and Patty 0 ' were elected by popular vote of the students in the spring of 1958. Ron was the official representative of the student body and appointed the student senate committees. Patty 0 ' presided over all the senate meet- ings. James kept the books for the student govern- ment activities. Ron Mathewson ASUW President James Watt ASUW Business Manager Patty O ' Melia ASUW Vice-President 67 Dick Anderson A S Lew Chrislensen Senator-at-large Ron Gardner Education Lee Belden Ag Dean Benson Education Marilyn Clark Nursing Janice Elmer A S Russ Donley Engineering Mary Lou Foreman A S Jan Hansen Ag John Hickman Pharmacy Owen Jones Education Not pictured: John Bishop, Tom Kidd. Gay Watkins, Larry Yonkee. and hub-caps. . . Tom Dawson A S Mary Kay Kingham Education mm mm Oi i student senate. The student senate is the policy making body for the students of the University. It is directly concerned with the general welfare of the student body. Composed of 25 elected senators, this group met every Wednesday night. Important spring activities included the election of a new group of student leaders, vote on a new ASUW constitution, and vote on proposed membership in the NSA. ml Bob McWhinnie engineering Marial O ' Melia A S Tom Kuypers Commerce Don Leichtweis En gineenng Larry Nelson Engineering Paul Robinson A S Kenny Serres Ag 69 Row I: Aldeen Peterson, Juletta Northrup, Joan Anderson, Janice Elmer, Margot Dersham. Row II: Kaye Gies- ler, Marilyn Farthing, Daine Markley. Row III: Judy Rush, Shirley Malouf, Lin McLaughlin, Barbara O ' Connor, Carol Bowman, Karen Lembcke. Row IV: Mary Fujikawa, Janie Young, Korine Sandman, Jo Shillinglaw, Mary Butler, Veronica Peeks. aws regulates coed ' s life The AWS board and its branches in the houses and dormitories have the opportunity to regulate mat- ters of conduct, enact necessary rules for University coeds and participate in the government of our school. The AWS board is composed of representatives from the various houses and dormitories, Spurs Chimes, WAA, Mortar Board, and the Panhellenic Council. In addition, two freshman representatives are elected each fall. Officers were: President, Joan Anderson; President delegates-at-large, Marilyn Barnes, Juletta Northrup; Vice-president, Janice El- mer; I AWS correspondent, Margot Davis; Secretary, Nan Curtis; and Tr easurer, Aldeen Peterson. 70 Row I: James Watt, Larry A. Wheeler, George Argeris, John Hanes, A. L. Keeney, Jim Cole. Row II: Ben Vor- pahl, Richard Grant, Lee Belden, Pat Smyth, Orland Ward, Mason Skiles. Row III: Bob McWhinnie, Frank Trelease, Kenny Serres, Don Bettis, Donald Lamb, Jim Carter. odk sponsored leadership camp. Sponsoring the Omicron Delta Kappa leadership camp, these members meet, be- fore school opens, at the UW recreation camp to discuss campus problems and have a lot of fun. Leaders from all walks of campus life meet for this major function of ODK. Members are in the upper one- fourth of their class and have participated in many campus activities to become ele- gible. ODK selects an outstanding faculty mem- ber each year. Opposite page: The peaks of the Grand Teton are a silent call to climbing enthusiasts. Top: One of many pile-ups seen in the Colorado State game. Below: A scene from the Utah Redskin Game. ? Mike Corgan Backfield Jim Ross End Lloyd Eaton Defensive Line J.ohn Tobin Offensive Line Bob Devany Head Football Coach football coaching staff . . . Carl Selmer Head Freshman Coach John Melton Freshman Backfield Glenn J. Jacoby Director of Athletics Glenn R. Daniel Athletic Bus. Mgr. Wiles Hallock Sports Information Larry Klaus Athletic Trainer tally of the pigskin Wyoming 14 Wyoming 21 Wyoming 15 Wyoming 28 Wyoming 7 Wyoming 12 Wyoming 25 Wyoming 41 Wyoming 6 Wyoming 22 Kansas State 17 Montana 14 Denver 12 Oregon State Colorado State 6 New Mexico 13 Utah 20 Utah 13 Air Force 21 Brigham Young 14 SKYLINE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS SUN BOWL El Paso, Texas Wyoming versus Hardin-Simmons 75 tMttfftHi: Dale Fred Jack Owen Dick Bud Ted emmelaar Answine Allen Bennett Bernaski Bishop Brownlee Bob Howard Dennis Jim Neal Joe Jim Coeling Colling; Cook Cole Curtis Dempsey Echtermeyer 1 «- jHv , ' y iSB .• ' Cd Ray Foreback Ted Francis Frank Glafcke Dan Jan Ben Grego Grossnicklaus Grenevitch Howard Guill Ik . ! l ' .4 Jb «• " .„ L ■ Bill Dick Marty Jerry Bob Gary Scott Hallidav Hamilton Hamilton Hill Houser Jozwiak Johnson Len Kuczewski Tom Lane Bill Lee Harold Leister Paul Muratore Dan Moran Tom McNulty Fred Fran Mike Daryl Gerald Ralph Don Memmelaar Miknis McGill Mattews Maxwell Petty Orr 76 John O ' Grady Dick Sue Pat Smyth Bud Snyder Fran Sakmar Bob Sawyer Mark Smolinsky Dick Schnell Cliff Totten Herb Taylor Del Wight Jerry Wilki nson John Walker Ray Youker Bob Zellner George Johnstone Jim Walden cowboy roster i - ' i i § f f (..- c e. ?, ' l8J,«5 77 78 1 ?d Gary Hall John Bertolero Don Hatten - ' " " " ' E Sfefe„ basketball Back row: Draney, Morris, Rhynsburger, Hatten, Lively, Hulsebus, Chase, Bertolero. Front row: Jack Aggers, Windis, Nielsen, Whitefoot, Nelson, Happel, Hall, Coach Shelton. Gerald Nielsen Harold Whitefoot 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2- season s record Tennessee 72 Wyo 71 Denver 74 Wyo 48 Kent State 67 Wyo 75 Air Force Acad. 68 Wyo 63 Tennessee 90 Wyo 69 Colo. State U. 78 Wyo 60 Regis 80 Wyo 86 Montana 73 Wyo 61 Vanderbilt 70 Wyo 65 Utah 86 Wyo 57 Auburn 70 Wyo 47 Denver 74 Wyo 39 Texas A M 74 Wyo 64 New Mexico 64 Wyo 91 Georgia Tech 110 - Wyo 78 Brigham Young 78 Wyo 43 Iowa 82 Wyo 74 Utah State 79 Wyo 56 Air Force Acad. 50 Wyo 55 Colo. State U. 80 Wyo 74- New Mexico 59 Wyo 56 Utah 85 Wyo 73 Utah State 82 Wyo 76 Montana 85 Wyo 65 Brigham Young 73 Wyo 71 84 Ray Heid in one of his jumps which won him an invitation to the U. S. Olympic tryouts. poke ski team The Wyoming ski team came in last in their season ' s first meet held at Steamboat Springs. Standouts of the Poke sponsored meet were Ray Heid and Ole Imset who placed sixth and eighth respectively in the jumping event. After finishing fourth in the following meet, the slat men placed third in the Winter Park Invitational. Ray Heid again performed well to place third in the four-way event while Ole Imset captured a corresponding place in the jumping event. At the Regional Championship Meet the Poke team tied down sixth place. One of the bright spots in the Wyoming skiing picture was Poke jumper Ray Heid ' s invitation to attend the Olympi c tryouts for the United States jumping team. One of some thirty-five skiers selected from across the na- tion, Heid merited this distinction because of his excellent jumping per- formances during the past season. The members of the Poke ski team which is coached by Fred Richard- son are Jim Davidson, Chick Hen, Ray Heid, Ole Imset, Finn Rosendahl, Stan Brown, Jon Skaug, and Joe Davenport. ----- ' - ' ' ' x- 85 Row 1: Vasil Vasileff, John Tamvaskis, Manuel Proano, Jan Skaug, Geza Dienes, Frederick Hoyer, Spiros Coutis, Frenk Nadasdy. Row II : Dietrich Kroger, Enrique Traverso, Jaime Rob- stain, Pat Moran, Alisdair Innes, Ole Imset, Finn Rosendahl, Robert Carmean. soccer team A sixteen main Cowboy soccer squad, composed of players from Hungary, Afghanistan, Scotland, and several South American countries, represented Wyo- ming in the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Soccer League. The team headed by Player-coach ' Dietrich Kroger com- pleted the season with a two win and five loss record. Wyoming 1 Wyoming 4 Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming 2 Wyoming 4 Wyoming 1 Colorado Mines Colorado College Colorado U Colorado Mines Air Force Academy Colorado U Air Force Academy 6 1 5 1 6 2 10 Coach Bill Bearley, George Wolf, Pat Florentine, Bill Legler, Lee Holmes, Bob Bruner, Tom Chivington tennis team The defending Eastern Division tennis champions will begin their twenty three match slate in late March against Arizona State University. Following this the Poke netsmen will meet the New Mexico University Lobos in the initial conference encounter on April 3 and 4. The Cowboys, who tied for third with Brigham Young in the Skyline tennis finals last season, had their hopes dampened considerably with the loss of Eddie Panui and Bruce Haug. However, veteran three-year letterman Pat Florentine, junior Lee Holmes, and sophomore Bill Legler, aided by transfers Tom Chivington, George Wolf and Bob Bruner should keep the Pokes in the running. -=T= .— s :i F H W - — " 1 1 1 f i f % w 1 1 — i 1 ■ 1 1 1 ' 1 - - 1 1 87 The Cowboy matmen, who have taken either first or second place each year since the moun- tain states wrestling conference was formed, won their fourth straight Skyline Conference title. Herb Karcher (123 pounds). Dale Madden (130 pounds), Carl Scott (137 pounds), and Dick Ballinger (167 pounds) all took first place in their respective weight classes, as Wyoming amassed 72 points against runnerups Utah and Colorado State University who tied for second with 49 points each. Jerry Frude (147 pounds) and Lyle Brownlee (177 pounds) managed sec- ond place while Bud Snyder decisioned his op- ponent to win third place in the 157 pound class. muscle men Row I: Carl Scott, Herb French, Dale Madden, Herb Karcher, Jack Downing. Row H: Dick Ballinger, How- ard Colling, Lyle Brownlee, Wes Metzler, Jerry Frude. Row HI: Gerald Caraveau, Ben Middleton, Joe Cheles- vig, David Hanson, Charles Sidebottom, Glen Sams. Row IV: Warren Dawson, Charles Eads, Harry Prahl, Floyd Young, Richard Hanks, Coach Everett D. Lantz. f 88 seasons record Wyo 18 Colo. Western State 6 Wyo 20 Colorado Mines 8 Wyo 14 Colorado University 13 Wyo Iowa State 28 Wyo 33 Brigham Young 2 Wyo 27 Denver University 2 Wyo 15 Colo. State College 9 Wyo 29 New Mexico 5 Wyo 32 Air Force Academy Wyo 20 Colo. State U. 6 Wyo 13 Oklahoma 15 89 swimming The Poke swimming team captured its first Slcyline swimming championship by splashing up a total of 105Vi points to defeat runnerup Utah and defending champion Denver. Bob Niethold managed to shave five seconds off his own Skyline mark in the 200-yard in- dividual medley with a time of 2:20.9. Ken Koster led the Poke individual scoring by win- ning first place in the 100 and 200-yard back- stroke event in addition to helping Bill Miller, Mickey Donovan and Mike Mead capture first in the 400-yard freestyle relay. Mike Mead continued his winning ways by finishing first in the 100-yard freestyle. Jerry Maxwell, Chuck Brandenburg and Dave Hitchens also helped as they placed in their respective events. Earlier in the season the team dropped one dual meet and captured the Eastern divisional championship. .I. .5. -J. •I wir »5 " T T r T 1 s. t J. i J Wyo 51 New Mexico 35 Wyo 53 Colo. State College 33 Wyo 53 Colo. University 32 Wyo 48 Utah University 38 Wyo 40 Denver University 46 Wyo 61 Air Force Academy 25 Wyo 71 Colo. State University 15 Wyo 60 Denver University 26 ■M Front Row: Bill Miller, Bob Harrington, Dave Hitchens, Ed Niethold (Captain), Chuck Bran- denburg, Mickey Donovan, Dennis Prahl. Back Row: Bob Niethold, Jerry Maxwell, Flip Darr, Ken Koster, Mike Mead, Morey Moreland, Coach Dave dander. . poke cindermen 92 The Poke thinclads finished a discouraging 1958 season by drawing a tie for seventh place in the Conference Championship, Earlier in the season the cindermen came through with third place standings in both the Regional A.A.U. meet at D.U. and the Eastern Division track meet at Fort Collins. Highlights of the season included Gary Dar- nall, Tom Davidson, Mike Ryder, and Harold Farmer ' s time of 3:22.5 on the mile relay. This tied the previous school record set in 1954. Fresh- man Jerry Lane showed great promise by jumping 6 ' 4 " to set a new high jump field record. The 1959 season will see conference champions Harold Farmer and Jerry Lane again on the Poke team. Gary Darnall and freshman Bud Spicer are expected to turn in good performances. 93 Lewis McNaughton, Larry Luzac, Coach Jack Alfred, John Bertolero, Gordon Hockamier, James Hipsher, Rufus Hoefer. cowboy golf Hampered by the lack of a golf course for practice pur- poses the Cowboy golf team, ne vertheless, placed seventh in the 1958 Conference Tournament held at Utah State Uni- versity. Highlights of the 1958 season included Lewis McNaugh- ton ' s hole-in-one at the Lakewood Country Club in Denver, and John Bertolero ' s hole-in-one at the Logan Country Club. John Bertolero also placed fourth in the Skyline Champ- Conference Golf Tournament. With the return of veterans Gordon Hockamier, Larry Luzac, Lewis McNaughton, and John Bertolero, Coach Al- fred hopes to better the Poke ' s record in 1959. Two fresh- men, James Hipsher and Rufus Hoefer are expected to strengthen the Poke Team in the years to come. 94 cowboy baseba The 1959 baseball season will begin in late March with a trip South to meet Arizona State U., Phoenix College, and New Mexico. The first home game will be on April 17 against Colo. State College, followed by encounters with the Air Force Academy, Colo. State U., and Denver U. Returning veterans include all-Skyling first base- man Bill Cheeny, pitcher Bill Lutz, catchers Al Figone and Paul Peterson, infielders Fred Answine and Joe Netherton, and centerfielder Norm Sagara. To complete the roster, Coach Bud Daniel will have to depend upon sophomores Pat Thorpe, Lud DiFilippo, Harry Zoelleck, Charles Claire, Ken Hladek, Dennis Boone, and Dave Sims. Juniors Bill Beck, Jerry Wil- kinson and Bob Johnson are also counted upon to turn in good performances. Back Row: Bill Beck, Fred Answine, Jerry Wilkinson, Bill Lutz, Chuck Hejde, Bill Cheney, Al Figone, Joe Netherton. Middle Row: Boyd Keenen, Peter Peterson, Harry Zoellick, Charles Claire, Norm Sagara. Ken Hladek. Mike Cook. Front Row: Dennis Boone, Pat Thorpe, Ludwig DeFilippo, Ken Joslyn, Dave Simms. 95 Members of the cast for the February play, " Picnic, " in rehearsal. Mr. George Gunn, music department, caught talking to Martha Lipton, metropolitan opera star, in a recent trip to Minneapolis. 97 The UW band under the direction of Charles P. Seltenrich provided the inspiring music for all football and basketball games. The band marched in the homecoming parade, on Armistice Day, and at the Sun Bowl. band went Musicians turned out to welcome the football team home from a game. W7Jifi 1 1 I High school band day, Oct. 4, sponsored by the UW marching band and music department, found the football field covered with fancy routines and quick steps. to sun bowl . Once upon a time — Pat Lambert and Larry Wheeler got married in Fremont Nebraska. They started driving all night and in the wee hours of the morning started their honeymoon — with upteen jillion band members in two buses on their way to El Paso and the Sun Bowl, Dec. 31. Left: Pat and Larry Wheeler on their honeymoon chaperoned by Julian McClanehan. Cora Shelton. and Joe Pinney. 99 The oratorio during the Dec. 21 program. oratorio sang verdi requiem. . . Under the direction of George Gunn, the oratorio chorus sang the Verdi Requiem, Dec. 21. The chorus is open to any student or townspeople who is interested in singing. 100 I a cappella presented Christmas concert. . The a cappella choir presented a Christmas concert, Dec. 16. Included on the program were the brass ensemble and the vocal ensemble. Under the direction of George Gunn, the a cappella is made up of students chosen in individual au- ditions. George Gunn " tends " coffee on a picnic of the music department. 101 a preview of the 102 merchant of venice. . . 103 the dude The Dude is the official campus handbook. It lists the campus honoraries, traditions, and major social events. The book is presented to each incoming fresh- man and serves as a guide and orientator to college life. Bill Stall Dude Editor social calender A new publication is the ASUW social calendar. It was published second semester by members of the pub- lications committee and contained listings of the social, cultural and athletic events of the spring semester along with other important dates and information. Calendar editor was John Hickman. student directory An annual publication, the student directory is an alphabetical listing of all students, faculty and administration. It supplied the student ' s home town, college, local address and telephone number. Andy Ruskenen Student Directory Editor Dick Rasmussen Business Manager H l m |«, ' Sr? H H El .j ' i M jl " B f ' 1 M ■ V 1 H K ' " V HP P ff " jmm B - ■. " : - .v. p ' ii J ...:..,. ■ i ' M 105 X Don Bettis, Editor flugh Ellis, News Editor 106 Dick Rasmussen, Business Manager the branding iron I Sandy Faus, Desk Editor Kay Doto, Society Editor Andy Ruskanen, Sports Editor Friday afternoon rolled around and Hugh Ellis posted the assignment sheet for news stories. Monday noon came and Don Bettis pounded out an editorial. Tuesday night fell and staff members cussed headlines and freshman reporters. Wednesday night the work began in earnest. Early Thurs- day morning the last typewriter was still and the door locked. Friday morning the campus learned the latest jokes, news and scandel via the BI. Russ Fawcett, Feature Editor Dennis O ' Farrell, Photo Editor Peggy Blackwell Organizations Editor Diane Markley 1st Semester Feature Editor When the crowd starts to roar about the size of the queen pictures, about a senior ' s picture in the freshman section, or the lack of proper capitalization, here is where the blame should fall— on the WYO staff. Our only excuse is that on long week-ends of work while the rest of the student body was on vacation, we bemoaned our fate and in min- utes of revenge, deliberately made mistakes and gained some joy out of this life. Sandi Dickensheets Business Manager Mary Lou Jensen Greek Editor Russ Lewis Sports Editor Barbara Nelson Class Editor y. ' W- Kay Osborne Class Editor ' AiMI.!iltl ' ft ' J, c a Carole Donley Editor-in-Chief I i ,-. ?% . Dav id Allen Donley Michael Merback ' y Jo W agner future staff of 1978 " Pat Patrick " Photographer Sylvia Seltzer Copy Editor Melinda Young Copy Editor Randy Wagner Photographer honoraries and clubs religious greeks and residence halls Right: A blanket of snow graces the hills and dales of Star Valley. Photo by Gros- jean. Below : Gale McGee fans wave a train in. o r g J , ' V . Z- .. f n i z a t i o n s ' ' .. v i « ' - • • " i Ji ifc ff tl Left to Right: Row I: Gerald Anderson, Elvis Hunter, John Shaffer, Dr. George T. Baxter, Sponsor. Row II: Edward Howshar, Anton F. Eilers, Dick Howard, Jim Hunter. Row III: Bill Gundlach, V. Gene Rufi. alpha epsilon delta members are future doctors and dentists A 2.50 average, a recommendation from a faculty member, and approval by the active members are needed to join Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pre-Med and Pre-Dental honorary. The primary purpose of the AED ' s is to encourage scholarship and to stress the importance of the pre-med and pre-dental education in the fields of medicine and dentistry. Each year the group takes part in a freshman orientation pro- gram and selects the outstanding pre-medical or dental student. Films, guest speakers, and an extensive social program which includes the all important spring picnics help round out the year for the AED ' s. I 113 i S Left to Right: Row I: Mason Skiles, William Despain, Thomas Fabricius, Mil- vyn Lacy, Ronald Wilhelm. Row II : Jay Du Schaefer, Larry Pippitt, Don Fer- guson, Arthur Nyquist, Bob Heuermann. Edgar Lewis. alpha tau alpha assisted judging Left to Right: Row I: Jack Rud, advisor; Wayne Asay, Don Glidden, Ted Butler, Gale Henry. Row II: Dwane Miller, Henry Butler, Earl Boardman, Tom Wasden. Tom Davidson, Gary Darnall. .mni ' ' ■■ ' ■ . W L " contest 114 Left to Right: Row I: Bob Sedlacek, Robert Hagemeier, Lyle Rolston, Gerald Winn, Angus Mc- Call. Row II : Wayne Asay, Larry Bourret, Charl es Sanger, Glenn Hood, Nelson Jones. mmmM faculty-forum highlighted alpha zeta year Left to Right: Row I: Wayne Asay, Jerry Winn, Mohammad Anzvar, Fred Petsch, Mirajeddin. Row II: Jim McClun, Dale Fullerton, Con Bernbeck, Walter Patch, Ron Wilhelm, Larry Parker. Row III: Angus McCall, Delmar Slagle, Bob Sackett, Brent Harrison, Bill Roberts, Lee Painter. Row IV: Nelson Jones, Mason Skiles, Glenn Hood, Charles Sanger, Alvin Kilmer, Ken- neth Serres. Row V: Bob Hagemeier, Stan Salsbury, Lee Belden, Lyle Rolston, Tom Miller, Larry Bourret. 115 r, " 1 ?: S! =!S?!8ffiiH(!KaWflfKiWar(» Row I: Duane Buchholz, President, Don Porter, Frank Teeples, James Davis, Chesley Angle, Loren Good, Elvis Hunter, George Kraus, Douglas Sothan, Louis Wolff, Secretary, Paul Joy. Row II: Harold Te Poel, Donald Roberts, Donald Glass, Fred Clodius, Reporter, Don Blackeman, Lou Dale, Vance Christianson, Jim Johnson. Row III: Leroy Royer, Ar- thur Nyquist, Bill Robinson, Gene Christensen, Lester Hallman. chi gamma iota honored veterans Chi Gamma Iota, veterans honorary, is composed of male and female veterans with a 2.00 grade point average or better. This organization, which honors veterans who have shown a high scholastic achievement, holds many var- ied activities throughout the year. Summer picnics, spring picnics, and an annual Christmas dance are just a few of their diversified activities. The group also tries to support a worthwhile project during the school year. I 116 gse honored outstanding freshman Gamma Sigma Epsilon is the organization for the future chem- ists. To become a member, a student must be in his third year of chemistry, with above average grades. One of the major projects of GSE is the awarding of a handbook to an outstanding freshman chemistry student each year. Bill Tihen, Grand Alchemish, headed the chemists ' honorary this year. Left to Right: Row I: F. C. Freytog, J. E. Maurer, G. P. Dinga, W. A. Sedlacek. Row II: W. S. Mc- Auley, L. K. Schmer, W. S. Larson. Row III: K. E. Stanfield, Bill Tihen, Joan Anderson, Robert K. Smith, Robert Michel. 117 Left to Right: Row I: Julian McClenahan, Larry Wheller, Charles Seltenrich, " John Novotny, Don Sailors. Row II : Arthur Nyquist, Don Ferguson, James Moyer, Frank Zuech. kappa kappa psi members tops in pops Tops in pops, Kappa Kappa Psi members are one of the busiest groups on campus, as these band men take trips with the Cowboy band during football season, travel to band clinics in Wyoming and Colorado, and attend con- certs and various other music shows during the remainder of the year. Tau Beta Sigma, the female counter-part of Kappa Kappa Psi, joins the men to give the annual spring banquet and ball. Wherever and whenever there ' s music in the air, KKP members are there in full force. 118 Left to Right: Row I: Mary Bylund, Rina Grasso, Joan Von Ruden, Jeanie Stenvick, Sandy Johnson, Marilyn Clark. Row II: Marilyn McPhee, Helen Su- lenta, Donna Edmiston, Mary Gould, Molly Sampson, Anne Gabriel. I J- ' nu upsilon omega future nurses Left to Right: Row I: Nancy Hicks, Linda Powell, Sally Wendt, Patsy Beyer, Betsy Ridgway. Row II: Aldeen Peterson, Pat Montgomery, Lynn Purintun, Marilyn Culbertson. Row III: Charlotte Miller, Carol Lee Kummerfeld. Norma Macdonald. 119 Left to Right: Row I: Dr. Bone, Dick Hay, Dean O ' Day, Jerry Smith, Dr. Kahl. Row II: Mr. Hardigan, Mr. Anderson, George Laya, Bob Wilson, Bob Gish, Sig Jansen. Row III: Joe Foy, Jack Hahn, Jim Putnam. phi delta chi gives spring dance A 2.70 average is one of the major requirements to become a member of Phi Delta Chi, professional pharmacy fraternity. The fostering of professional- ism and fraternalism in the field of pharmacy is the goal of the Phi Delta Chi ' s. However scholastic life is not the only side of this organization. The members hold many picnics in the Spring and ' Fall, a Senior banquet, and a dance in the Spring. Phi Delta Chi ' s give an annual service award to the graduating senior who has made the greatest contribution to the profession of pharmacy. h 120 K I fourth estate Left to Right: Row I: Wallace Biggs, Warren Mack. Row II: Bill Stall, Joe Milner, Don Bettis, Dave Stugart, Dave Kitchen, Dick Rasmussen. Row III: Hugh Ellis. Jack Oslund, Dennis O ' Farrel, Randy Wagner. journalism groups held picnic pi delta epsilon Left to Right: Row I: Hugh Ellis, Sandra Faus. Wallace Biggs, Carole Donley, Kay Doto, Phyliss Morris. Row II: Jack Osland, Joe Milner, Dick Rasmussen, Bill Stall. Row III: Randy Wagner. 121 I ■ phi delta kappa gave grants for research What does it take to be a member of Phi Deha Kappa, male edu- cation honorary? It takes scholarship and time — approximately 90 hours college credit preparing for a life career in educational service and fifteen hours in education courses. Each year the members spon- sor a worthwhile project. This year the Phi Delta Kappa ' s gave a film, American Education in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, to the film library. They also give grants for graduate research projects. Seated, left to right: L. R. Kilzer, E. F. Chasey, W. G. Jones, A. L. Roberts, R. F. Noble, Clarence Jayne, Donald Wiest. Standing: Kenneth Jay, Samuel Palmer, James Ashe, James Smith, D. G. Nichols, C. F. Barr, Larry Wheeler, James Zancanella, Terrence Fromong, John Alford. 122 phi kappa phi recognizes superior scholars Phi Kappa Phi is an elite honorary fraternity in that its mem- bers must be in the senior year, last semester junior, or Gradu- ate Department and be in the upper ten per cent of the class. Not more than fifteen per cent of those elected can be from one col- lege. All officers of this honorary are University faculty or staff members. The primary objective is recognition and encourage- ment of superior scholarship in all fields of study. I Left to Right: Row I: Albert Dobrenz, Robert Miller, Carole Crumpacker, Duane Portwood. Doris Kelly, Meryl Hendershott, Richard Miller, J. R. Wray, Gilbert Peter, Dale Bohmont. Row II: Dean Ottis Richard, Lynn Tipton, Roland Ahlbrandt, James Dean Baily, Jack Noblett. David Fedrizzi, Gene De Foliaret, Joe Gerand, Honier Hepworth, Wesley Seamond. Row III: Helen Sotiders, Dr. Mclntyre, Miss McKittrick, Mrs. Hitchcock, Ellen Spann, Betty McCullough, Ann Howick, Carolyn Peterson, Cleo Riley, Judy Crank, Ann Daley, Barbara Smith. Row IV: Dean Briggs, Dean Mun- dell. Dean Nichols, Dean Hamilton, Wilson Clough, Richard Beatty, Dr. Harold Benn, Dr. Ernest Schurz, Donald Lamb. 123 The Sinfonains, as this group is known, provides ushers for regular music programs and holds two annual recitals — a pledge recital and a contemporary American program. A seventeen piece dance band, which plays for high school proms, has been organized within the group. Larry Wheeler was president this year. sinfonains provided ushers Left to Right: Row I: Doug Kingdon, Julian McClinalian, Dick Stanfield, James Moyer, John Novotny, Larry Wheeler. Row II: Larry Hoffman, Jay Schaefer, Larry Pippett, Don Ferguson, Ar- thur Nyguist, Bob Heuermann, Edgar Lewis. Row III: Ron Douglas, Dick Godfrey, John Querard, Charles Seltenrich, Eugene Takach, Bob France. 124 Left to Right: Row I: Nelda Vines. Ruth Palmer, Leilani Watt. Row II: Kay Geisler, Janice Hansen, Carol Adams, Joan Hill. phi upsilon omicron sold cookbooks Phi Upsilon Omicron is made up of junior and senior women in Home Economics who rank in the upper two- fifths of their class. They must also show good leader- ship ability, service on campus, and professional interest. Phi Upsilon Omicron, the oldest honorary on the campus, sells high-altitude Cookbooks, gives teas and a Founders Day Celebration, and presents an annual award to a girl with the highest scholastic rating in the Home Economics Field. 125 Left to Right: Row I: Gordon Hoover, Howard Donley, Kells Waggoner, Duane Pond, V. 0. Long, Ad- visor; R. L. Champlin, H. W. Margetts, Charles Clift, Don Fisher. Row H: R. W. Evans, Richard Kramer, Lee Kaser, Tony Kavalok, Delman Johns, Yance Christiansen, Ted Gilbert. Row III: Larry Wendell, Glenn Walker, J. E. Freytag, Ralph Bradford, Jon Van Cleave, Glen Shelton, Sonne Hooper, David Hanlin. Row IV: Douglas Sessions, Robert Baldridge, William Dodson, Rodney Girmus, Gary Greenholgh, Richard Hanly, W. G. Scott, Mike McGaw. Row V: G. R. Daniels, Don Leichtweis, Don Rimmer, Fred Gatti, John Mangus, Frank Trelease. Row VI: Lynn Schmer, Fred Shaver, William Bramall, Harold Tepoel, Robert McWhin- nie, Bob Johnson, Franklin Ribble, Bob Holly, Duane Weber, Sid Stall. Row VII: William Schmidt, John Robb, Stu McGuire, Richard Hanking, Don Alexander, Ray Pavlovich, Bruce Dodge. sigma tau top engineering students Left to Right: Row I: John Robb, Glenn Walker, Eryn Banner. Row II: Leroy Wilson, Bob Matthews, Jr. Jacobs. Row III: Bill Dodson, Bob Ballridge, Rodney Girmus, Dwane Weber, Bruce Dodge, Del Sessions, Ralph Bradford. 126 Left to Right: Row I: Janice Thompson, Lynn Harnsberger, Winifred Sawaya, Cora Shelton, Kathy Greenwald. Row II: Sandi Nauman, Karen Rasmussen, Gwen McKie, Martha Parki- son, Pat Wheeler, Barbara Tihen. tau beta sigma held spaghetti dinner It takes more than the ability to play a bassoon or a marimba to be a member of Tau Beta Sigma. This group is open to women band members who exhibit above aver- age playing ability, forceful leadership traits and strong support of the bands program. Trying to create an inter- est in good music, grouping these individuals who are interested in good music into one association, promoting good will in band, and helping with the numerous chores around a large band are the purposes of Tau Beta Sigma. This year the group also held a Freshman women ' s social, a Spaghetti dinner, and a winter party. 127 Left to Right: Row I: Gary Toftely, Eugene Palmour, Keith Buidich, Ron Mahan, John Sundquist. Row II: Jim Johnson, Bob Zellner, Truman Thompson, Larry Rosenfreter, Chuck Storh. Row III: Edward Murphy, Lloyd Patterson, Bill Robinson, Richard Moss, Royce Nolan. g Left to Right: Row I: L. B. Luzac, D. H. Lowell, Tom Kuypers, Angelo Gevrgios, Dave Mishkind, J. D. Madrid. Row II: Albert Hays, John Muller, Charles Lawson, Paul Joy. Row III: Gene Green, Rich Hannum, Morgan Hicks, John Jenny, Ron Howe. 128 U I I Left to Right: Row I: Beimey L. Cox, Robert Ball, John Fermelia, Stanley Bercica. Row II: Mike Fisher, Bill Dale, Richard L. Goodman, Bob Albers, Joe Daly. Row III: Stewart Brubaker, Fredrie Clodus, Rob- ert Dornan, Glen Coen, Robert Grieve. alpha kappa psi take field trips The purpose of this group of future Ijusiness and in- dustrial men is to acquaint its members with the business and industrial world. At the bi-monthly meetings, the difficulties and problems in the field of commerce are discussed. To supplement the program. Alpha Kappa Psi members take several field trips to large business and manufacturing concerns to see the objects of their study put to use. To top off the year each spring an Alpha Kappa Psi medallion is presented to the highest ranking senior in the college of commerce and industry. 129 Left to Right: Row I: Mick Botkin, Jim Rumney. Earl Boardman, Colin Kaltenback. John Wasserburger, Paul Stratton. Row II : Richard Grant. Alvin Kilmer, Kenny Serres, Lyie Rolston, Lee Belden, O ' Leary Flock. Row III: Gale Henry, Stan Ver Straten, David Dodge, Mason Skiles, Dietrich Kroger, Con Bern- beck, Darrell Anderson, Mohammad Anwar, Dennis Daly. ag club sponsored " cowboy joe " Frank Flohr perches precariously at the Little International barrel ride. 130 Art King speaks at Ag Clu b Banquet Male students working for a degree in Agriculture are eligible for membership in the Ag Club. Promoting an interest in agriculture and de- veloping competent, aggressive rural leadership are a few of the main points stressed in this club. The Little International Livestock Show in the spring takes up much of the club ' s time and interest. This club, headed by Kenney Serres, also holds an annual banquet and sponsors the University mascot, " Cowboy Joe. " Officers for 58-59 are, left to right: Leon Pules, advisor; Col- lin Kaltenbach, vice-pres. ; John Wasserburger, sec, James Rumeny, treas. ; Russell Fawcett, editor; Earl Boardman, pres. ; Tom Shaffer, rep.; M. P. Botkin, advisor. Oificers for 57-58 are, left to right: Leon Pules, advisor; Kenny Serres, pres.; Earl Boardman, vice-pres.; Frank Neal, editor; Collin Kaltenbach, sec; Lyle Rolston, treas.; Olvin Kelmer, rep.; M. P. Botkin, advisor. 131 H Left to Right: Vasil Vasileff. Row I: Harry Robertson, Richard Hobbs, Robert Reay. Row II: Albert Nel- son, Thomas Satterfield. Row III: John Tamvakis, Earl Perry, Arland Wiberg. Row IV: Lee Larson, Mar- tin Peterson, Stu McGuire. Row V: Lyle Peterson, Daniel Reynolds, Richard Ries. Left to Right: Row I: Ronald Firth, Fred Stroup, Lynn Schmer, Mike Reitz. Row II: Jerry Maki, Jerry iiCAJSI . --tm engineering groups were active Smotherman, Ralph Jordan. Row III: Dave Harned, Don Rimmer, Harley McKinney, Norman Keele. Row IV: Bill Duncan, Bill Scott, Jerry Dixon, John Stewart. I ■I I 132 Left to Right: Row I: E. Lonsdale, IRE Advisor; R. Mabie, R. K. Beach, AIEE Counselor; F. H. Shaver, Lee Kaser, Joe L. Davenport, Tai-Seng Chen. Row II: Roy Hinck, Gordon Neal, Rodney Girmus, Richard Stephens, Rudy Gruber, Dick Stanfield, Gordon Hoover. Row III: Leslie Backer, Robert Wain, John Ma- nelis, Jon Davis, James Spencer, William Holliday. Row IV: Ray Marley, Robert Evans, Fred Gatti, Stan Murdock, William Dodson, Jim Chesebro. Row V: Duke Deforest, Virgil Ellerbruch, Norman Rhodine, Garth Foster, Robert Matthews, Nick Kalokathis. aiee ire sponsored active year These two groups are a combination of Electrical Engineers and Radio Engineers. The organization provides opportunity where students in their academic years can receive recognition for tlieir ideas and technical advancements. The Wyoming Chap- ter was host this year to the district student conference. An annual banquet was held in May, with the guest speaker an outstanding figure in the field of electrical engineering. Lee Kaser was head of the organization. ■II If 133 I I I I I I Left to Right: Row I: LeRay Anderson, William Syverson, Mary Lou Jen- sen, Jerry Smith, R. L. Hoy, Raymond Kahl. Row II: Bill Hardigan, Garold Jensen, George Loya, Robert Wilson, Bob Gish. Row III : James Foy, Paul Otts, Phil Small, Jim Putman, Charles Shilling. apha sponsored trips Left to Right: Row I: Jack Bone, Louise Stump, Joan Kos- micke, Patricia Hanson, Jody Fredricks, Judy Strand, Betty Armstrong, Carla Klofkorn, Dean David O ' Day, Jack Hahn, Suxanne Sipos, Karl Grett, Marian Rahame, D. L. Cetrone, Wilbur Heflin. Row III : Don Burge, Sig Jansen, Jack Herrod, Dan Bertello. Row IV: Dervuni, Fortenberry, Robert Reed, Gene Hanson, R. H. Richardson. 134 " S - iMV -i -ZJE M " : !- y -M f ' m m ■.. -. ?. ju?-«! - " s;» ? ' j ' « ' Left to Right ; Row I : Waldron Townsend, Lael Hoopes, Jon Van Cleave, Loren Stone, E. J. Lindahl. Row II: Dean Hag- mann, Edgar Neaves, Wayne Landen, Leroy Wilson, Sonne Hooper. Row III: Gene Kendall, Harland Goodchild, Garry Crook, Rod Winterbottom, Ray Vos. engineering group sponsored guest speakers Left to Right: Row I: Frank Ribble, Clyde Lee Cook, Leroy Wilson, Mr. Wheasler, Sponsor; Ray Vos, Ray Handsel. Row II: Dick Handley, Bob O ' Farrell, Sonne Hooper, Bob Rynalski, Dean Hagmann, Jon Van Cleave. Row III: James Nye, Edgar Neaves, Douglas Kedl, Wayne Landen, Gerald Pfeifer, Loren Stone. 135 ■ ■ Left to Right: Row I: Eddie Cozzens, Don Strube, Mike McGaw, Don Fisher, Roy Cline, Thomas Fitzgerald, Tom Howard, Rudy Zupence. Row II: Robert C. McWhinnie, Ray Pavlovich, John Hoffman, Howard Don- ley, Richard Stapp, Jim Donajkowski, Bob Johnson, Arland Wiberg, Lauren Bieg, Jay Abbott, Donald Lamb, Advisor. Row III: Frank Trelease, Arlen Rounds, Harry Underwood, John Robb, John Moore, Stu Mc- Guire, Brent Willis, Warren Dunkin, Freddie Fedrizzi, Jim Vandel. c.e. ' s queen candidate won The knights of the transit tamperers — the civil engineers belong to the American Society of Civil Engineers, an organization open to both men and women. High spots of the social calendar for these en- gineers are a smoker, a picnic, the open house display, Engineers ' Ball decorations, and field trips to Cheyenne, Denver, and other pro- ject areas in this region. To give well deserved recognition this or- ganization confers an honor book, the Swenson Structures award, and two memberships to the Wyoming ASCE section. 136 I Left to Right: Row I: Russ Donley, John Bishop, Michael Reitz, Waldron Townsend, Rod Winterbottom. Row II: Larry Nelson, Bob McWhinnie, Stuart McGuire, Wayne Laneen, Le- roy Wilson. Row III : Thomas Rimmer, Don Leichtweis, Fred Shaver, W. R. Taylor. council sponsored engineers ' ball At the top of the Engineering ladder is the Engineer- ing Council. Its membership is composed of two repre- sentatives from each of the Engineering societies; two from Sigma Tau, the Engineering honorary; and the two Engineering senators. The Engineering Council governs and co-ordinates the Engineering societies. One of the most interesting activities is the Engineers ' Ball when an Engineers ' Queen is chosen. Waldron C. Townsend was president of the Council this year. S " SM 137 Girls in the Home Economics Club have as their goals developing skills, increasing knowledge, widening cultural interest, development of professional attitudes and abil- ities, offering social experiences and contributing service to the community. The Unite d Nations Tea given for in- ternational students is one of the most important projects of the year, together with the Christmas Bazaar and senior banquet. home ec club sponsored Christmas bazaar Left to Right: Row I: Leilani Watt, Donna Walters, Earline West, Helena Facenelli, Lynn Griffin, Mary Fujikawa, Mary Lou Brockmann, Peggy Murphy. Row II: Margaret Body, Elizabeth Daum, Sylvia Millsap, Pauline Arnold, Judith An- derson, Leota Billings. Row III: Betty Rumney, Karen Coy, Kathleen Hejde, Shirley Malouf, Karen Rasmussen, Ima Rus- sell. Row IV: Ada Russell, Dixie Williams, Carolyn Gilmar, Sandy Booth, Jaoye Brown, Bette Barlington. Row V: Shirley NichoIIs, Susan Rosene. 138 Left to Right: Row I: Aziz-Gul, Mirajuddin, Annelene Jessen, Jane Lacy, Carol Ludwig, Vasil Vasileff. Row 11: Charles Sargent, Sekander Shah Jabar, Suzanne Sipos, Rajah Ali, Michael Chetterhock, John Tamvakis. Row III: Mohammad Muti, Ferene Nadasdy. international cosmopolitan hosts foreign guests To promote better understanding between the United States and foreign countries is the purpose of this organ- ization which any University of Wyoming student or fac- ulty member can join. Their main social activity of the year is a fiesta. The group this year is led by Jane Lacy. I 139 . m V.a ,e " Sh ' Pr, ' % M A; Gly J e Co Summit bike race W. ' ' ' hat do ' " i isJti- oc traveled 8,000 miles STC practice Chow-down! Outdoor activities take OC throughout the Rocky Mountain West. Pre-requisites for partici- pation with this group are interest in the outdoors and a willingness to have fun. Hiking, rock climb- ing, horse back riding, skiing, caving . . . are one of these your hobby? Officers this year were: Bob Nessle, President; J. Thompson, Vice-Presi- dent; Barb Tihen, Secretary; Pat Johnson, Treas- urer. Native visits OC camp at Shiprock ' : M ' , ' G, ' : 141 I rodeo club sported nira team Most of these students carry an interest and a love of the equine and bovine from pre-university days. This common love and interest is in the field of rodeoing. Sporting a fine NIRA team, the Rodeo Club puts on one of the finest indoor collegiate rodeos in the country. Featured in their annual show is calf roping, bucking contests, steer decorati ng, and numerous other events. In connection with their an- nual blow-out is the Powder River Ball, and a parade with numerous floats entered by various organizations. The group this year was headed by Jim Moore. Left to Right: Row I: Carroll Schoonover, Advisor; Tom Tisdale, Donna Nelson, Margaret Milne, Judy Jeremiason, Joyce Buckingham, John Buckingham. Row II: Jack Crews, Kent Westedt, Jack Pelissier, Fritzy Marburger, Sally Shepperson, Andrea Carmin. Row III: Ed Kelly, Dick Ballinger, Jill Kirk, Mar- tha Carlson, Duene Marlatt. Row IV: Peter Jones, James Moore, Tom Christinck, Rom Grieve, Colin Kal- tenbach. Row V: Clara Sedgwick, Jayne Morse, Dr. George Hittle. 142 Left to Right: Row I: Pat Smyth, Dick Schnell, Marty Hamilton, Del Wight, Jerry Wilkinson, Herb Taylor, Fred Answine, Mick McGill, Row H : Gary Jozwick, George Johnstone, Jim Walden, Ted Brownlee, Jerry Hill, Joe Dempsey, Ed Niethold. Row III: Peter Jones, Buddy Snyder, Bob Neithold, Fran Miknis, Stan Murdock, Mark Smolinski. beanies sold by " w " club The top athletes from all sports are members of the " W " Club. This group of letter-winning men hold a dance and a spring picnic, and are in charge of selling beanies to freshmen girls. The " W " Club has been formed to better the relationship of the athletes with others in the university. President was Peter K. Jones. 143 Left to right: Karen Hillman, Treasurer; Owen Jones, President; Pat Menghini, Historian; Bill Andrews, Vice-President. Any student enrolled in a teacher train- ing program may become a member of SNEA. Meetings and programs help future teachers to learn about the organizations for teachers and gives them a chance to take part in professional activities. By joining SNEA, a student becomes a mem- ber of WEA and NEA. Representatives are sent to the WEA convention, WEA Delegate Assembly, and other professional meetings. snea orients for teaching Left to right: Row I: Shirley Thorpe, Kathleen Logan, Iris Witt, Chris Erickson, Marion Dimond, Janie Young, Row II: Jeanne Hodgeman, Bar- bara Sanford, Jodi Templeton, Judy Kay, Karen Lang, Imo Russell. Row III: Judy Rush, Robert Ferguson, Melvin Gabel. Frank Krau« 144 snea promotes photo by Showalter bigger and better classrooms 145 Left to Right: Row I: Jo Shillinglaw, Margot Dersham, Louise Thouin, Spon- sor; Mary Butler. Row II: Judith Anderson, Cindy Meyers, Bev Johnson, Laurie Johnson, Joan Layman, Kathy Bale. Row III: Sandy Smith, Nance Schlupp, Rosalie Apodaca, Deanna Brown. Jackie Loomis, Peggy Paulson. «™} f»«R»«« I Left to Right: Row I: Lin McLaughlin, Karin Erickson, Lyn Parsons, Rojean Holm, Barbara Sanford, Marlene Watehorn. Row II: Judy Scott, Kay Kepler, Diana Taylor, Judi Becker, Mary Lou Ballard. Katy Kugland. Row III: Charlotte Miller, Lou Foreman, Marion Dimond, Sally Shepperson, Dotty Olson, Sharon Lundy. Row IV: Peggy Groves, Meredith Hayek, Mary Kay Sullivan, Patsy Irvin, Mary Nisbet, Cheri Fredrick. 146 Left to Right: How 1: Sharon Van Court, Barbara Sellers, Jayne Morse, Janice Talbert, Vanya Wolff. Bette Jo Payne. Row II: Theda Stark, Leslie Belt, Donna Nelson. Jody Fred- ricks, Sandy McAuliffe, Merrilyn Farthing. Row III: Betty Rumney, Roberta Kerr, Clara Sedgwick, Jo Ann Legoski, Joan Kosmicke. Jeanne Britton. Row IV: Linda Pummill, Chris Erickson. Judy Smith, Kay Clatterbuck, Karen Coy, Connie Wright. Row V : Rosie Watkins, Mary Talovic h, Carolyn Gil- mer, Diane Martin. Susan King. Toni Bender. waa sponsored intramural sports h The WAA gives every university coed interested in intramural sports a chance to keep busy in table tennis, volleyball, badminton, i)owling, basketball, softball, and swimming tournaments. These events are held through- out the year. Membership is composed of girls who have participated in at least one tournament. Points are earned for active participation, and awards are given: Sweater, 1,250 points; Letter 750 points; and emblem, 350 points. The president this year was Margot Davis. f -fM 147 €. ill ' ' I I I I Left to Right: Row I: Sanda Mayer, Donna Evans, Joan Banks, Melanie Knapp, Conne Wright, Evelyn Taylor, Caroline Macy, Louise Knapp, Candy Knapp. Row II: Rev. Ray- mond Knapp, Bill Tihen, Ed Jenks, George Tully, Douglas Kedl, Charles Tatman, John Buchholz, Dale Cundall, Larry Yother. canterbury holds pancake supper Promoting religion and providing social outlets for college students is the object of Canterbury Club. It is affiliated with the Episcopal Church and all Epis- copalians are automatically members, but the idea that anyone can belong is stressed. Canterbury Club plans a busy year for its members: Sunday services and dinner, Wednesday communion and a pancake supper at the beginning of Lent are only a few of the many activities. Douglas Kedl headed the club this year. 149 I Membership for this group is composed of the Chap- lains from each Greek social organization. The ICC is new on campus this year and was organized to elevate the prestige of chaplains in the fraternal atmosphere through organization. This group worked hard to get a chapel on campus. The ICC was headed by Jane Lacy. ice worked for chapel Left to Right: Row I: Gordon Robertstad, Advisor; Russ Don- ley, Jane Lacy, Karen Kocherhans, Dal Saxton. Row II: Ed- ward Cole, Jan Martin, Delmyrna Simpson, Don Leichtweis. Row III : Garry Crook, Bob Fisk, Ken Piatt, Susan Bardo, Ed Endicott. 150 The Roger Williams Club is a comfortabl students at the University of Wyoming. Sunda devotions and programs make Sunday the mos ing the rest of the week the students find the tivities as well as having a " plain old good ti phasized in the group in addition to social fell in both girls ' and boys ' intramurals; but the h which placed second in the co-educational divis Hams; Larry Armstrong, vice-president; Bob retary. e and enriching haven for American Baptist y school and the evening fellowship supper with t important and busiest day of the week. Dur- house a friendly place for planning future ac- me. " The spiritual aspect of campus life is em- owship. This year the group has scored highly ighlight of the year was the Homecoming float, ion. Dal Saxton is the president of Roger Wil- Mengal, treasurer; and Charlotte Miller, sec- roger williams float wins place Back Row: Leonard Fetterhoff, Karvin Kilmer. Jim Jacobsen, Dallis Saxton, Bob Mengal, Ken Piatt, Uave Hamlin, Roger Butcher, Russell Lewis. Row II: Patsy Gaely, Bonnie Holden, Roberta Morris, Grace Tur- ner, Nita Bowman, Wilbur Heflin, Myrna Potter, Carol Nelson, Phyllis Morris. Row III: Larry Solass, Louise Ball, Wilda Arnold, Martha Kelsey, Aziz Gul, Jane Lacy, Melvin Gabel, Rene Woods, Larry Arm- strong. Row IV: Daisy Crawford, Margaret Chishier, Kay Tanner, Charlotte Miller. Linda Roger, Sidney Crawford, student director. .-4 ' . ' % is U ' ■ ■y% iU -« ' h ■ I I I I I I I I caroling highlight for ucf United Christian Fellowship is made up of members from the First Christian, Congregational, Presbyterian, and Evangelical and Reformed Churches. Although the membership of UCF is composed of University students of these churches, everyone is welcome to join. The main purpose of UCF is to meet the spiritual needs of the students. Sunday supper meetings, weekly prayer groups, fall and spring retreats, and a Christmas Caroling party are a few of the major activities held during the year. James G. Cole served as President this year. Left to Right: Row I: George Fowler, Roger Frederick, Judith Anderson, Carla Cole, Eliza- beth Watt, Linda Bullock, Lance Barker. Row II: Marcia Griffith, Louise McKnight, Carolyn Kelley, Lynn Phillips, Kate Gibbs, Lynn Griffin, Ada Russell, Harriet Taylor, Joan Ander- son. Row III: Henry Wilson, Jud Van Garder, Rufus Hoefer, Hugh Harcourt, Bob Fisk, Al- lan McConnell, Ken Joslyn, Larry Hulbert, Richard Liebsack, Gary Siebold, Wee Park, Jim Cole. 152 Left to Right: Row I: Jim Whipps, Joe Williams, Glen Shelton, Darryl Bindschadler, Dale Good. Row II: Theda Stark, Susan Bardo, Pat Montgomery, Sandi Nauman, Shirley Capp, Kay Clatterbuck. Row III: Harold Farmer, Judy Kay, Bonnie McPhee, Jim Burton, Ghulam Nabi, Russ Donley, Rev. Jay Wilson. members ride to wesley Wesley Foundation is the Methodist organization on campus, however, mem- bership is open to all students interested in participation in Wesley activities. The group holds a Freshman Orientation Banquet at the first of the year. Also, this year they took a trip in their own bus to the University of Colorado, gave a Christmas play, and a formal the last of April. To share a common faith in Jesus Christ and to share that experience in Christian Fellowship with others is the particular purpose of the Wesley Foundation. President this year was Clark Lacy. Left to Right: Row I: Chuck Read, Clark Lacy, Jay Holland, Herb French, Stan Stark, Rich Peck. Row II: Joyce Bateman, Janice Plum, Mary Fujikawa, Rozella Brown, Lana Brookbank, Helen Willis, Pat Deveraux. Row III: Ed Cole, Lona Jacobs, Jerre Kay Pingrey, Roberta Kerr, Carol Brown, Shirley Huffman. Diane Markley. Row IV: Eldon McWilliams. Norm French, Roger Worman, Randall Schenk. 153 Laura Kumpf Mary Threet Kathleen Call Lois Tikkaner Lorena Totter Mary Smith Margaret Telck Shirley Moldl Ids captured top float honors Julia Gardner Irvin Bassett Keith Leavett Beth Hill Sheraldean Shallman Julius Nelson Lael Hoopes Robert Jones Robert Wray Robert Wilkes 154 One of Brigham ' s crew Hal Gardner, President of Alpha Chapter Lambda Delta Sigma is an organization unique on the Wyoming campus. It is actually two organ- izations in one. The members of this group are also members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. LDS is divided into two sub organizations. Alpha chapter for men students and Omega for women. Center of the group ' s activities is the LDS Institute at 12th and Grand. Every Thursday night is meeting night, and the LDS group enjoys such things as parties, musicals and speaker programs. Highlight of the social year are three formal dances held each fall, winter, and spring. This year LDS had an active home- coming, winning best all around float and the in- dependent sing. the thinker ja,-Hj: SS 8S » Ti!r ' iftitf -wtrw- 155 See what I have! Marty Henrie Gaylen Hoopes Earl Kern Mary Jones Kenneth Harris Dareta Peterson Kenneth Hladek Karen Kacherman Orval Harrison Wyne Jones Kay Jensen Medora Eyre Loretta Copyak Shirley Nelson Don Anderson 156 Douglas Baird Garry Crook Ethel Stevens Gareth Baird Larry Call Laura Henderson Thomas Wasden Martha Parkison Gail Johnson Jerald Solman Barbara Cattrell Allen Doty Suzanne Porter Proffit Larry Sue Bigler Darlen Warren Norman Keele Joan Norton Doug Kingdon Don Sherman Sandy Dickensheets 157 Julie Houtz. President of Omeg;a Chapter Pity the window panes! ! Vance Briggs Don Proffitt Brent Willis Ed Carey Charles Eads Dale Williams Eddie Cozzens Kerry Walbert I n 158 All dressed up and no place to go! Who is whose secretary? 159 ,««!ff=-j « isSit4 jia a i imis tsmm Karen Jackson, Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, ac- companied by Bob Fiero. Left to Right: Lee Belden, Tom Kuypers, Don O ' Connell, Ron Mahan, Irv Skelton, Dave Laird, Dick Anderson, Marc Pasquini, Don Miller, Ron White, Dick Williams. interfraternity counci The Interfraternity council is the governing body of the eleven fra- ternities on the campus. Member- ship is composed of three men from each fraternity. The purpose of the council is to further the interests of the Univer- sity and all fraternities on the cam- pus, to foster closer cooperation and better understanding between fra- ternities, and to consider all ques- tions of interfraternity relationship and questions of interest to the col- lege world as they affect fraternities and their members. President this year was Morrison Heth. Their faculty advisor is A. L. Keeney, Dean of Men. Left to Right: Clay Parker, Colin Kaltenbach, Robert Grieve, Tom Neal, Cal Char- tain, Ron Gradner, Don Thoren, Wilber Helfin, Sam JoUey, Morrison Heth, Don Sailors, Larry Emmons, Richard Grant, Lee Brubaker. Behind : Kim Krueger, Tom Dawson. 162 Row I: Sandy Faus, Sharon Milward, Nelda Vin es, June Walenzene, Marial O ' Melia, Karin Erickson, Kathy Greenwald. Row II: Rosalie Apodaca, Karen Damson, Judy Smith, Charolette Hearne, Bev Johnson, Jean Hill, Nancy Skiles. The governing body of the sororities, the Pan- hellenic Council is composed of two active mem- bers and an alumnae advisor from each sorority along with an overall advisor. With Marial O ' Melia serving as president the council helped sponsor the AWS Torchlight Laurels in May along with coordinating sorority policies and rules. panhellenic counci 163 Pat Allen Joan Banks Caryl Barrows Jean Bauder Pat Benedict Karen Bergstrand Susan Black Jeanne Britton Deanna Brown Sandra Buzan Janice Campbell Barbara Chandler Jo Anne Clark Sandra Cone Sharon Corgan Virginia Emmett Marrilyn Farthing Neta Forbes Jody Fredricks Anne Gabriel Pat Gordon Georgia Green Janice Hansen Myrna Hughes Maren Lewis Lajean Liebsack Jacquelin Loomis Sharon Lundy Norma Macdonald Janet Martin Sandra Mayer Sandra McAuliffe Dorothy Nelson Helen Nelson Karen Nelson Bonnie Kay Nimmo Mary Jane Nisbet Juletta Northrup Dorthy Olson Twylah Perkins 164 ' ' ' i ' " h alpha chi omega The Alpha Chi ' s were very happy with their up and coming pledge class this year. Juletta North- rup became both Vice President of Mortar Board and senior advisor for Chimes. This year the girls gave a party for the crippled children of Laramie and vicinity. President was Mary Louise Banish. Pictured above is the girls ' homecoming float and snow sculpture. 165 Bonnie Phillips Ardis Picard Jackie Pinson Marion Rahonce Julee Richards Barbara Standford Mitzi Schottroffe Judy Scott Nancy Skyles Jo Ann Swindler Janice Talbert Pat Veile Nelda Vines Marlene Watchorn Vanya Wolff What " lofely " Scotish bells were we! ... at an Alpha Chi rush party. 166 Miss UW No caption necessary THE MEANING OF ALPHA CHI Brilliant the colors of autumn, leaves of scarlet and green; Found in the beauty of nature, this is what Alpha Chi means Lyre of strength and devotion, symbol of our unity; Honor and friend forever, this is our fraternity. And in this corner . . . Sorry, fellows, we ' re tied up tonight. 167 Eryn Jo Banner Susan Bardo Shirley Capp Karen Coy Kay Clatterbuck Wilma Davidson Beth Dinnen Sharon Edens Kathryn Gibbs Marcia Griffith Kathleen Hejde Ellen Hill Joan Hill Laura Hill Sue Horth Judy Jeremiasson Sue Jessup Bev Johnson Laurie Johnson Sandra Johnson Kari Keating Shirley Kercher Joyce Killian Sue King Joan Kosmieke Jo Ann Legoski Karen Lembcke Pat Lubisher Gwen McKie Diane Martin Pat Montgomery Lois Newton Peggy Paulson Nancy Peterson Kay Reber 168 chi omega EARS WIN lA.... A- WIUL I 1 The Chi O ' s celebrated their silver anniversary this year. By hard work these girls won the scholarship cup for the past year, although activities were also stressed. On Mortar Board this year was Chi Ruth Palmer. Chapter president was Martha Long. Pictured above is a fall rush party, and on the left is their homecoming float. 169 4 Louise Stump Doris Washburn Julie Reid Jane Richmond Judy Ryan Korine Sandman Judy Strand 170 Chi boxing team. ■■sy A CHI O GIRL A Chi Girl who wears a pin of pearl will steal your heart away. She ' ll smile at you and you know she ' ll be true, Because her eyes like starlit skies glow softly through the blue. She ' ll take your hand and then you ' ll understand her Chi Omega love. For to you she will be, through eternity, A Chi Girl, known by her pin of pearl. ' %.? Ahoy, a boy ! ! What a handsome hasher! 171 Kathleen Bales Linda Ballard Rosemary Barlow Deann Beideck Carol Bennett Mary Butler Mary Bylund Karen Christensen Judy Cook Brenda Covell Donna Cummings Margot Davis Patty Deveraux Marion Dimond Evelyn Downie Karin Erickson Sandra Erickson Terry Ferguson Judith Hansen Charlotte Hearne Joan Herrington Gloria Hodgeman Dorothy Horton Jeanne Hudson Janice Johnson Anne Keller Carolyn Kelly Joan Layman Audrey Leichtweis Darlene Lemaster Kathleen Logan Caroline Macy Diane Markley Avis Mayland Louise McKnight Jane Metzler Cindy Meyers Patty O ' Melia Bette Jo Payne Susan Peterson 172 The girls wearing the stars and crescent were busy as always this year. Exemplifying this were Patty O ' Melia, who was ASUW vice-president; Jane Metzler, Snow Queen; and Carolyn Kelly, White Rose of Sigma Nu. Mortar Board members from Tri Delta were Pat Powers and Julie Schwid. Pat was also chap- ter president this year. In April the girls gave their Pearl Din- ner Dance. Pictured above is one of the chapter ' s rush parties and below is their homecoming float. :iii s, ■%fj Jane Pierson Donna Pries Carol Richard Susan Rosene Molly Sampson The snow is wonderful! Carol Schwabrow Julie Schwid Cynthia Small Nancy Strand Sharon Stumpff Diana Taylor Shirley Thorpe Marcia Tippets Shirley Vandenberg Ruthanne Warfield Elizabeth Watt Patricia Wilson Margaret Zell Katherine Zumbrunner I : i li I « ♦ ♦ A trip to the mountains. 174 Our snow sculpture. ■ B nuu t( I T rnrr nrvTitTW ii THE TRI BELT ' S REP. Take a little bit ' of ginger; Take a little bit of grit; Take a little bit of sunshine Just to make a hit — Take a little bit of spirit; Take a little bit of pep; Put them all together You ' ve got Tri Delta ' s rep! We brush after every meal. Pepe Le Pu? or Le Flirt? Clowning in the above picture is the cute and petite little girl from France, Miss Moneque De Jong who was sponsored by the Tri Deltas this vear. sfi-,iaG«3fit?sas«!8t88s r?OTfW»w P M»i vi£iimrM- ' i«ismisi miKmm:m » ' ' The Lemon Sisters Suppressed Desires 175 Indoor sport? Marilyn Beeler Leslie Belt Virginia Bertoncelj Jo Bevinetto Lois Brenneman Judy Burgess Darla Cave Ina Rae Chapman Kay Doto Diane Elmer Janice Elmer Donna Fogelsonger Pat Gailband Kathy Greenwald Marjorie Harris Linda Hellewell Mary Kay Hirschi Sharon Jones Martha Jane Delsey Kay Klingaman Nikie Kochrias Helen Kukowski Julieann Lacy Jane Lacy Nancy Lane Judith Lepper Ellen Likins Linda Linnett Carol Ludwig Marilyn MaGee Janet Marks Eleanore Mees Marilyn Nesbit Connie Nowlan Barbara O ' connor Dorothy Percival Esther Peticolas Barbara Riley Peggy Robb Linda Rogers 176 kappa delta The KD ' s, always active on campus and produc- ing leaders, started the year by coming in second place in the Homecoming Sing. Jane Lacy was re- sponsible for the formation of the Interfraternity Chaplain ' s Council and was one of the main influ- ences for the campus chapel which will be built in the near future. Kay Richard was President of Mor- tar Board. Their annual Christmas Party for needy children with the SAE ' s seems always to prove a happy success. Sandy Faus was President this year. Pictured above is one of the chapter ' s rush parties and their snow sculpture. .. Mildred Scotl Barbara Sellers Suzanne Sipos Norma Jean Shanley Cora Shelton Margaret Smith Lyn Stepp Jean Taggart Harriet Taylor Barbara Vaudrey P_]dith Waters Carolyn Worthari Joanne Yant Melinda Young Linda Zachar » f " ♦■ We commanded a performance. 178 Oh cha cha cha I heard it this way WHEN A KD GOES OUT WALKIN ' When a KD goes out walkin ' with her one and only man Rest assured she will act in the very best way she can She won ' t let him hold her hand ' cause he might not understand. That a Kappa Delta is an angel in disguise. Oh Kappa Delta, Oh Kappa Delta, a Kappa Delta is an Angel in disguise, in disguise And the fellows all agree, from Kappa Sig to SAE That a Kappa Delta is an angel in disguise. KA Serenade from the inside. Oh, she ' s my sister, too. 179 Anita Alexander Marilyn Barnes Donna Sue Bishop Peggy Blackwell Ginny Booth Nancy Bower Barbara Boyd Barbara Brown Marilyn Bryan Mary Kay Cheney Janice Christensen Nan Curtis Beverly Dye Joyce Dykins Carol Ann Edwards Christine Erickson Maren Erickson Jeretta Flint Jean Georges Ann Gernert Sandra Hansen Mary Hart Suzanne Hanes Mary Ann Havrillo Karen Hillman Martha Hinthorn Sandra Huffman Nancy Israel Darlene Johnson Petie Larsen Linda Larson Sharon Lynn Valerie Martens Patricia McCraken Patricia McDonald Pam McKelvey Dot McLaughlin Sharon Millward Edwina O ' Farrell Kay Osborne 180 kappa kappa gamma Sporting the golden key, the KKG ' s were well represented in campus activities. Among their many campus leaders was Marilyn Barnes who was on Mortar Board. Pam McKelvey was chosen as the Kappa Sig ' s playgirl. The KKG ' s took the second place trophies for their homecoming float and snow sculpture. President was Gay Watkins. Above is pictured one of their rush parties and below is their snow sculpture. 181 Rosie Watkins Carol Wendt Myrna Potter Linda Pummill Shirley Reed Patty Ruttinger Nance Srhlupp Jane Seltenrich Delmyrna Simpson Joanna Shillinglaw Leslie Shoemaker Judith Smith Sandy Smith Phyllis Spain Helen Sulenta Mary Talovich Evelyn Taylor 182 This was our homecoming train! Ahhhhh THE KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA SONG " Oh, Pat, " says she, " What? " says he, " Please tell me true, " says she " What do you think is the best fraternity? ' " " Hey, " says he, " that ' s easy to see, " says he, " Nothing to it but KKG " OH — Kappa Kappa Gamma I am so happy that I am a Kappa Kappa Gamma No one knows how happy I am. ■i| ' i -« | p r May I feed you a grape my dear? 183 Diana Albers Rosalie Apococa Gail Asiala Betty Barton Beverly Beagle Mary Phyl Bever Nancy Bjorn Diana Bryant Mary Bunce Sue Carter Connie Cover Karen Damson Bobette Dannettell Elaine Debolt Georgia Doll Sandie Erickson Donna Evans Lynn Evans Beth Fair Shelia Fitzgerald Judith Flett Liz Fox Carle Jean Gladwin Nadine Glidden Norma Gray Lynn Harnsberger Meridith Hayek Sonja Hensen Susan Hersig Marilyn Hoffman Ann Hurtt Karen Johanson Ann Johnson Mariel Kallerud Karen Kahleen Kay Kepler Mary Kay Kingham Katy Kugland Judith Kay Lohranz Nancv Long 184 pi beta phi % •t-cSV This year Homecoming was especially bright for the girls on the corner. Pi Beta Phi, Mary Kay Kingham was Homecoming |ueen; their float won first place in sorority competition, and they sung themselves to vic- tory in the Homecoming Sing. Marial O ' Melia was Panhellenic president and on Mortar Board. The annual Monmouth Duo with the Kappas was held in December and a formal honoring the seniors was held in the spring. President was Mary Lou Foreman. Pictured al)ove is a chapter lush party and below is theii ' snow sculpture. 185 «!t -, ' f. Lin McLaughlin Judy Mitchell Ann Morgan Sue Ann Morgan Peggy Murphy Marial O ' Melia Fredda Parker Lyn Parsons Dean Perry Joan Renkel Judy Sampson Mary Schlaikjer Susan Schmidt Jill Shaeffer Anita Simon Tuni Stuart- Mary Kay Sullivan Linda Vass Wanda Yohe Look girls, no cavities 186 r J n tti msf Cino Look at ail the cute pajamas PI PHI HONEYMOON On our Pi Phi Honeymoon, in the merry month of June, Together we will wander, where the wine carnations l)loom; We ' ll buy a toy haloon, and sail up to the moon. And wear our golden arrow, on our Pi Phi Honeymoon " Mademoiselle " Stvie Show for the rushees Appetizers with iVIother Neary before the initiation banquet. The house on the corner doesn ' t have any electricity Nothing ever leaves the Pi Phi house without due rites! Where are the pledges? ( A lumber company gets free ad- vertising ) pi beta phi . . . . 187 Kenneth Fienson J. W. Borders Jack Briggs Stanley Brown John Buchholz Dean Clark James Coloa Dale Derhert Orian Pinley Martin fOster Gerald Graves Douglas Griffith David Hobbs Stuart Hurdle Terry Iversen Larry Keszler Lee Larson Edward Lloyd Ron Mahan Warren Pearson Lyle Peterson Doug Pinegar LeRoy Putman John Raymond Thomas Satterfield Dick Schaffer LeRoy Sinner Irvin Skelton Bruce Soderholm Steven York 188 acacia March was highlighted for the Acacias when the " Nite of the Nile " costume dance was held. This group is indirectly connected with the Masonic lodge. Their Homecoming float took second place in the fraternity division. Bob Gish was president this year. Pictured above is their Homecoming float and below is their snow sculpture. ,¥m,£-:,]M m iiwMii i YiME FDR A HDUDA ,.N 189 Mush, you doggies, mush. Her measurements are Ours is the best in room and board. I x Out you mouse, out! ! ! n Telephone pole. i 190 What do you think? One thousand, nine hundred and twenty teeth with one dinner. HERE ' S A HEALTH Here ' s a health to old Acacia Here ' s to Black and Gold Here ' s to brotherhood and friendship Here ' s to hearts so bold May our love for our fraternity Live on forever true So will a cup for old Acacia Here ' s a health to you. One two three . . . one two three Now what do I do????? 191 Robert Abel Sam Anderson Carl Asiala Grant Baston James Beaty Timothy Bommer Roger Butcher Keith Campman Ed Cole Rodney Casey Jack Crofts Michael Dankowski James Dannettel Gordon Davis Jerry Dixon Joseph Drew Arnold Eastman David Ferreu Brent Foster Marion Gilmore Alex Graham Russ Hansen John Harvey Jerry Heinbaugh Charles Hejde Fred Hiber John Hickman Edward Janulewicz Chris Jung Robert Kayser Daniel Kelly Gerald Kitchen Jerry Lane John Larson Donald Leichtwise John Lynch Earl Madsen Ron Mathewson Joe Megeath Don Miller 192 .J i4 I. J . u JX •» i ' f " X. ■ if alpha tau omega . The ATO ' s are now settled in their new house on fraternity row. Many of these Taus are prominent on campus. Ron Matthewson was President of ASUW, and James Watt was President of Iron Skull and ASUW Bus- iness Manager. On the social side, the party minded ATO ' s throw some famous parties such as the Bowery Ball. Heading the group this year was Richard Anderson. Pictured above is the groups snow sculpture and below is their homecoming float. i ' , ' X -; ;i 193 Don Thoren Gary Toftley Bob Ulrich James Watt Bill Mortimier Gaylord Mullendare Don Orr Jim Payne Kelley Phillip James Putnam Roger Rennick Jack Richmond Phil Robinson James Roby David Roupp Jay Slagowski Phil Small Joe Storhrer Mike Sullivan Important People! c »«Sp«B«wi " W-; I , ■ •.-3 ' ...«j( J» 194 Home of the hairy chested. Dirty pictures? M . We dedicate this house . . . 195 MERRY MEN OF ATO Here come the merry men of ATO Making music as they go They sing of loyal friendship true Hear them hail the gold and blue You ' ll hear about their fame thru-out the land It ' s ATO on everyhand And you ' ll be glad to know The merry men of ATO. Anyone for an air-wick? ATQ What can you say? 196 ,. ' ■:» ■■ . -mm What do I do now; 5, I J ' nm$ I don ' t even know his name! m firJUt Try a men ' s deodorant! 1 k 11 f Add two-fifths and stomp well. Are you flirting? 197 Everett Belden Con Bernbeck Earl Boardman Larry Bourret Dennis Boykin John Christensen Huey Dawson Denis Daly Jim Doughty Gary Ericsson James Facinelli Gary Green Carl Colin Kaltenbach Howard Kestie Alvin Kilmer John Lancaster William Marks Raymond Meyers Thomas Miller Lyle Kolston James E. Rumne) Kenny Serres Stanley Ver Straten l arry Vyvey John Wasserburaer 198 ' War- The members of the Farmhouse are very dominate in agriculture. They have many members on the Ag. college judging teams and in the Ag. honorary. Their oxen and wagon placed first in the fraternity division of the snow sculptures. One of the jjig parties was a Western dance. Their president was Mason Skyles. Pictured below is their home- coming float. ' « .. A £m ■. • ' - t ifigl, " M 199 I say there! So, this is why We must always mind our manners. Our new officers. Our housemother. M S 1. ' , ?; 200 Look at the birdie ! ! ! farm house Ha ha ha, I ' ll beat yet! Come on, smile boys! 201 Dan Allegretti Gerry Anderson Joe Armyo Hal Ashenhurst Walter Bender Al Bjornstad John Black Bob Boner Dan Boone Charles Brandenburg Ted Brownlee Darrvl Coulter Darrell Coulter Jim Cowper Jack Crews Ronald Davis Fred DeBolt Dennis Donovan Jay Farris Theodore Francis John Finnerty Richard Fitzgerald Nicholas Gill Ben Grenevitch Roy Handsel Don Harralson Dalis Harris James Hillberry Dick Humphrey Jack Humphrey Mac Hutchins Dick Johnson Lee Johnston Jon Jones Thomas Jones 202 kappa sigma The Kapj)a Sig ' s, the first fiat to live on Fra- ternity row, are always among the top in jiarty giving, rhey started the year ont with a hang . . . the " Stomp. " In January was their {)ledge dance and in April was the Spring Formal. But, these men are not all parties; they also place in scholarship among the fraternities. Also, their Homecoming float won third i)lace. Presi- dent was David Laird. Pictured above is theii " Homecoming float and snow sculpture. 203 Larry Kellum Robert Kirby James Kohout Paul Krowski Gene Lenz Ed Liebmann Don Livingston Bill Lutz David Martin Larry McDaniel Bruce McDougall Ted McKelvey Edward Nelson Larry Nelson Max Peterson Jerry Raukin Jay Schaefer Earl Scott Bob Sheppard Darrell Sheppard Dick Sue Dennis Tate Robert Thorne Jim Trenholm Tim Watt Ben Wilson Milton Williams James Willox Frank Wright 204 COME GATHER ALL YE MERRY MEN Come, gather all ye merry men and drink a health to me Unto the dearest thing we know, the old fraternity. From east, from west, for sea to sea, We come from near and far to drink to Kappa Sigma, and the Crescent and the Star. New Autumn actives Stomp Time! Kappa Sigma Playgirl!! 205 ; ' ' Standing outside, hungry as sin . . . " Button, button, who ' s got my buttons? Roll call! 206 Hell week ' s a helluva thing! K-Sig swimmers lead pokes to first swim title. Mother loves him . . . could you?? 207 I Jack Alsup Andrew Anderson Leo Beam William Beck James Bever Charles Bower Leslie Brownlee Robert Bruner Maurice Campbell Stephen Campbell Gerald Caraveau Lewis Christensen Charles Clare Robb Copyak Michael Davis Joseph Dempsey Robert Duncan James Emmett Harold Farmer Robert Fish Garth Foster Bruce Fujikawa Donald Glass Robert Grieve Earl Guthrie Thomas Gutz Bob Gully Michael Hanna Don Helmich Edwin Jenks Ken Joslyn Tony Kavalok Jon Landeen Dean Lesh Hal Loghry 208 phi delta theta Phi Delta Theta spent a busy year. They started out by doing a bang up job on their float, thus winning first place in the homecoming parade. Party-wise their Bermuda Ball is always consid- ered a great success. Richard Griffin served as president for the men. Pictured above is the groups float and right is their snow sculpture. Pi. . is 209 David Moody Dennis O ' Farrel Robert Orr Clay Parker Ed Pearson Ronald Reed Nathan Reynolds James Rounds David Sawyer Louis Seaverson Clifford Snyder Edward Suranyi Jim Walden Bob Wampler Pat Wendt What do you mean, cheating? 210 I know that dime ' s in here somewhere! Road Hoe I I and I thought the army KP was bad! The head man! S An enchanting evening with the books. A toast to Beetle Bailey! (I - W ' ¥ X- • t ll -? xT ' P " I Row I: Robert Adami, Allen Baumgartner. James Becker. John Bruch Row II: Raymond Brush, Robert Callely, Allen Ellsburg, Alfredo Essir Row III: Tommy Leman, Joseph Martino, Donald Moss, Marc Pasquini Row IV: Tom Ryan, Robert Scott, Hubert Shaffer, Paul Sherwood 214 phi kappa The year 1949 saw the Phi Kappas installed at the Uni- versity of Wyoming, making it one of the youngest na- tional fraternities on campus. The teachings of the fra- ternity include the teachings and philosophy of the Roman Catholic Church. During the year a Christmas Dance and a Spring Formal were held. Don O ' Connell was president this year. Pictured above is their Homecoming float and below is their snow sculpture. ■ M wm f J 215 After this we go to TV THE TEMPLE OF PHI KAPPA There is a famous temple, it ' s not built of brick nor stone and each Phi Kappa loves it and calls it his very own. It ' s not built of gold nor marble, but of true fraternity, and that Temple of Phi Kappa will stand through eternity. Six inches please! 216 Sometimes we eat! What do I do next? Comedians My, how exciting;! 217 Cliflford Abbott James Baker Dick Barratt Jack Barratt Frank Beaman Darryl Bindschadler George Blakeman Paul Brookover Ed Carey Oren Chesebro James Cole Thomas Cole Rex Colling Kerry Connell Dick Cote Birney Cox Gary D ' Spain Jerry Dalton Dennis Damon Gary Darnall Tom Davidson Kent Davis Dennis Dawson Jack Dersham Wade Ellis Leif Erickson Robert Evans Ben Ferrin Richard Finch James Floth James Fritz Jerry Frude George Fowler Ronald Gardner Robert Gerbardt 218 sigma alpha epsilon ■ ' ■, . i. The SAE ' s were unique this year in that they are the only frat to have a co-ed for a housemother. " Mom " Turner has registered in counseling. The SAE ' s are famous for their parties; for example the Undertaker ' s Ball and the Bushman ' s Hop are al- ways the talk of the campus. These men started the year out right by taking the first place trophy in the fraternity division of the Homecoming Sing. Each March the SAE ' s migrate to the Lakeside Country Club for their annual Founders ' Day celebration. Ron White headed the group this year. Their Home- coming float and snow sculpture are pictured above. 219 Bill Gerrard Jack Gilbert Dale Good Earl Greeno James G rove Richard Hamilton Alex Henetz Charles Henn Darrell Higgins Ben Holberg William HoUiday Millard Johnson Robert Johnson Ken Koster Hans Kraus Robert Krichbaum John Korhonen Joe Kudar Daniel Lawler Lee Larson William Legler Roland McCrary John McGill Art McKee Harold Martin Timothy Miles Frank Neal Jack Oslund Gary Peters Joe Poirot Richard Price Tarn Poison Eugene Ray Dallis Saxton Larry Shawver 220 Ira Woody John Woodward Jerry Wotoway Don Smith Ron Stebner Richard Sullivan David Taggart Richard Titus Benny Tucker Vasil Vasileff Wayne Vosg Loren Willard Wendell Wingett " Motley " from Webster ' s defines this crew I I I 221 f. tt ' ' - The " Maverick " club . . . Presi- dent Freddie Kirchbaum presiding i 1 ' I Sm-A " . V x ' ' %:. rl ;f - ' U : » 1 -- mm£ Here, by the good graces, is why it ' s great to be a Sig Alph — our housemother You ' ll think laugh. Tim! 222 SIG ALPHA MARCHING SONG Maichirii!; one l)y one for Sigma Alpha Epsilon Honor, Loyalty her name as we go marching on Forever shall we stand as brothers in our might i)an(l Wyoming hail to thee Oh hail to thee (]ome sing to dear old SAE Hail the purple, hail the gold Hail [- hi Alpha, motto of old Minerva tiue, the lion too. We ' re loyal sons of old Wyoming. Harpstring II and Beastie Are you working. Hon. ' ' One of the SAE ' s Frida cars. Sons of Minerva B 223 Pat Alsup Craig Blackner Dan Blackner Dave Bonner Richard Brenner Frederick Brown John Catterall Roy Cline Lynn Dimond Paul Dinkins William Embree Edward Endicott Robert Fiero Robert Fletcher Darrel Fritts Tom Fryer Ray Haack Verne Hamlin Richard Hanly Larry Hansel Arnold Hansen Gregg Jackson Stewart Keeton Keith Kendall Butch Kreps Kim Krueger William LaCroix John Maxfield Walter Mayland Clinton Miller Raylin Olsen Ron Peterson Vernon Piatt Jerry Proffit John Proffit 224 I Sigma The Sig Derby Day is a big day for the Sigma Chi ' s This is the day when the girls ' dorms and sororities compete in many activities as: kissing, egg throwing and beautiful shape contests. The Baby Bawl and the Sweetheart Dance are two of the big dances held by the Sigma Chi ' s. In the fraternity division of the Homecoming Sing these men took second place. The president this year was John Proffit. Pictured above is their Homecom- ing float. %. ►J- % 4 },. ... }. a . :: 225 Max Rardin Jack Richardson Noel Richardson David Robbins Paul Robinson Joe Sanchez Dale Schmoldt Dwayne Smith Richard Spangler Lawrence Strong Wayne Wadleigh Cloey Wall Larry Wheeler John Williams Joseph Williams It wouldn ' t be 226 THE SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI The girl of my dreams is the sweetest girl Of all the girls I know. Each sweet coed, like a rainbow trail Fades in the afterglow. The blue of her eyes and the gold of her hair Are a blend of the western sky And the moonlight beams on the girl of my dreams, She ' s the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. She ' s a sweetheart. We could have danced all nieht. ,!.««»1 227 ril bet Boys that ' s not his mouth. Your manners are showins. u mmmmm Look at the birdie! 228 I 229 John Ackerman Tom Austin David Baggs Lance Barker John Barton Dean Benson John Bishop Larry Bressler Gary Brown Ronald Brown Lee Brubaker Stewart Brubaker Barry Burnette Garry Burnette Gary Cathcart Dennis Chadderdon Robert Cox James Crow Lee Damerson Gerald Daniels Harold Dix Bruce Dodge Russell Donley Warren Dunkin Anton Filers Frank Fmerson LeRoy Engdahl Frank Farnham Garry Fechtmeyer Jim Felt Robert France Richard Fronopfel Hernan Gomez Dave Gribbin John Gries 230 I f Sigma nu The Sigma Nu ' s, known for their scholarship, proved the fact again this year. For the eighth time the Wyoming Sigma Nu ' s won the Gallaher Cup, an annual award given to the chapter with the highest grade average in comparison with all the other frats on the particular cam- pus. As for parties, the SN Chanticleer is considered one of the best held on campus. Richard Grant was president this year. Pictured above is the SN Homecoming float, and below is their snow sculpture. 231 John Hanes Harvey Herder Gerald Hergert Gordon Hockimier Rufus Hoefer Gene House Larry Hulbert Roger Hunter Ben Iturrian Phil Janssen Sonny Kanlian Raymond Klofkorn Tom Kuypers Bradford Laughlin William Lyons Tom Mathews Robert Michel Fred Miller Michael Miller George Moses Ron Mowrer John MuUer Gordon Myers Julian McClenahan Robert McWhinnie Robert Nagel Donald Norman Larry Nye Gary Pierce Larry Pippitt John Puett Richard Ries John Robb Mike Rodda Robert Royer 232 Russel Williams Jon Wilmoth Lawrence Samuelson James Sandahl Charles Sanger John Shaffer Dean Smith Steve Spiegelberg Richard Stanfield Stanley Stark Floyd Steadman Ralph Sorensen Thomas Thorson Jon Van Cleave James Vandel Ben Vorpahl Glenn Walker The Kingston Trio at Sigma Nu. , -. ' .- ; 233 Where ' s my tie? ? ? ? ? I ' ll make you eat those words! How was the swim? ? ? Say ahh! ! Latest in designs. 234 BROTHERS OF SIGMA NU Brother in Sigma Nu united. Brothers who by the sword were knighted Blessed by a star shining afar Rocked in the cradle of old Virginia Five arms that bind our hearts together Queen of the southern sky Gleem for Sigma Nu Beam for Sigma Nu Each arm will guide us and stay beside us When our co llege days are through. The white star of Sigma Nu The bright star of Sigma Nu Thousand brothers wear you Ten thousand others share you When college days are through We still will cling to you Loyal and true To you old Sigma Nu. kj jKk. |P% 4 , • if !t- ' Sigma Nu Sisters and Daughters. The white roses of Sigma Nu. Sigma Nu Fishmen. 235 Robert Anderson Edward Cole John Crittenden Gerald Egbert William Duryee Elwin Eastman Larry Emmons George Folmer Clint Fisher Floyd Graefe David Granlund Richard Houge Lynn Kirlin Dennis Kiser Alroy Logosz Gerald Pelesky Robert Panos Robin Peterson Craig Stump Matthias Szabb 236 sigma phi epsilon if i im- -: i ' y rs ' ryT I " • The members of Sigma Phi Epsilon may be found in many activities on campus. These men held a Pledge Dance, a Winter Dance, and a Queen of Hearts Ball. Along with their many social ac- tivities, scholarship reigns high. This year ' s pledge class, they claim, was the best in years. Big plans in the near future include a new house on Frater- nity Row. President of the Sig Ep ' s this year was Don Sailors. Pictured above is the group ' s Home- comins; float. . ' J ffi ti t i i .aii «fc. «i ■ 237 Did you know At ease boys. ■ - -- ■ 3 I ' m ready for action! I ' ll bet my last dollar. 238 He can even dance. The essence of ambition. Honey Let ' s see now ATHEM Dear old Fraternity; all my life through I ' ll love and cherish the memory of you. Should harm betide me, Thou e ' er will guide me Sigma, dear Sigma Phi Epsilon true. sigma phi epsilon . . . A toast to you, a toast to me. A meeting of the bigwigs. 239 gHL . r- ' JHI Allyn Aldrich Jack Ballard Donald Burge Jerry Burge Jerry Busch Thomas Carter Calvin Chastain Jack Christopher Geza Diennes Tom Dixon Arthur Ekberg Rodney Girmus Jerry Goodnight Charles Green Ray Handsel David Harned Wilbur Heflin Morrison Heth Tom Howard Ed Hudson Paul Irish Rodney Kite Jim McCIun Jim McCormick Larry Meredith Doug Misner Pete Morris Lanny Myers Tom Neal Wee Park Ken Piatt Jim Preston John Raines Richard Rasmussen Mark Read 240 V i t ' S ' ' --- ' ' 27f ' _:j i ' yV ' ' . ' " ' ' ' ? ' J ' A? ' " - ' . -t ' A?- " ' t " ' ■ ' ' ■ " " ■ i yv _ ■ ' " tau kappa epsilon •4 TKE, which was founded on the University of Wyoming campus in 1949, has grown from a small chapter to more than 60 pledges and actives. The French Cabaret and the Red Carnation Ball are two of the big dances held by the TKE ' s. President this year was Jay Abbott. Pictured above is the group ' s Home- coming float. 241 ?( !S.. Raymond Vos Dave Watt Duane Weber Robert While George Ribble George Robertson Jay Siren Roger Stuber Gerald Teter ;% i ■■■ ' {si, m We lied, we said the Kingston Trio were going to use the sorority pins, we were given all the pins, so here ' s your TKE (Kingston Trio) . -•« ' ««|-| ' » ' i ' »l i f 242 I say, Madamme. A TOAST We ' ll sing a toast to TKE Her honor we ' ll uphold The fellowship that we enjoy We value more than gold. The love we hold for TKE In words cannot be told So let us honor her tonight The cherry and gray unfold. J-:V • -A I hate you ! ! Queen candidates at spring formal. ' v4£ Our silverware in ice after the pledges swiped it. Collision ahead ! ! ! 243 Row I: Iris Witt, JoAnn Anson, Barbara Vaudrey. Row II: Jerrene Walls, Grace Loeper, Jeanne Bratton, Sally Sullivan, Joan Kosmicke, Laurie Johnson. Row III: Gay Nell McCuUoch, Donna Fogelsonger, Doris Washburn, Sharon Murdock, Barbara Clark, Beverly Dye, Karen Johanson, Elizabeth Watt. Row I: Lynn Phillips, Carolyn Ulrich, Dotty Olson, Jane McKinney. Row II: Martha Stout, Luella Thayer, Diana Albers, Shirley Thorpe. Row III: Kathy Zum Brunnen, Ardis Picard, Sandy Cone, Donna Edmiston, Jeanie Stenvick, Lois Brenneman, Kari Keating, Louise Stump. 244 hoyt hall orientation to a coed ' s life Hoyt Hall is the traditional home of the freshman girl. Here she is introduced to campuses, proctors, the dean of women and the continual teas. Officers this year were Janie Young, president; Molly Sampson, sec- retary-treasurer; Terry Ratliffe, activity chairman; Karen Murdock, social chairman; Mary Fujikawa, AWS representative; and Penny Myers, vice- president. Row I: Janie Young, Molly Sampson, Shirley Nelson, Terry Lou Ratliff, Wilda Arnold, Penny Myers. Row II: Mary Fujikawa, Karen Murdock, Elaine Reinke, Betty Oeland, Alma Maninflor, Miss Meiller, Director; Aldeen Peterson, Martha Parkison, Joyce Bateman. 245 Row I: Pat Foster, Sandy Johnson, Janet Waugh, Sheila Fitzgerald. Row II: Jean Georges, Maren Erickson, Suzanne Hanes, Ann Morgan, Gail Asiala, Donnie Golden. Row III: Rosie Watkins, Patty Ruttinger, Linda Pummill, Freeda Parker, Mary Smith, Carolyn Widick, Vanya WoIfF, Judy Lohrenz, Nancy Long. Row I: Audrey Nelson, Gaynell Vance, Judy Best, Elaine Black. Row 11: Darlea Warren, Loretta Burton, Joan Banks, Jennifer Hacker, Mary Lou Brockmann, Leota Billings. Row III: Sharon Bullock, Janet Heath, Laura Henderson, Carolyn Worthen, Julia Gardner, Bonnie Carlisle, Nikie Kochiras, Diane Elmer, Mary Gould, Joye Brown. 246 Row I: Jeanne Hodgeman, Sharon Riggs, Wilma Davidson, Judy Flett. Row II: Louise Preis, Donna Evans, Sara Lewis, Sue Bigler, Katy Logan, Joan Layman. Row III: Sandra Mayer, Lois Newton, Mitzi SchottroflFe, Barbara Sanford, Judy Lepper, Deanna Brown, Jackie Loomis, Darlene Lemaster. 247 Row I: Leslie Belt, Lynne Patrick, Nancy Hicks, Lucille Patrick. Row II: Sharon Jiranek, Pat Menghini, Katherine Chiaonis, Deanna Koefanta, Mar jane Telck. Row III: Clara Sedgwick, Jayne Morse, Barbara Sellers, Phyllis Geier, Carol Barnes, Judy Seivert, Theda Stark. Row I: Emma Meike, Bee Burnie, Marilyn Clark, Jayne Peterson. Row II: Evelyn ' Peters, Judy Rush, Yearline West, Mary Whittingham, Veronica Pecks. Row III: Vera Clark, Peggy Parks, Judy Clark, Roberta Kerr, Shirley Nicolls, Jackie McKinney. 248 knight hall sponsored homecoming attendant Knight Hall is the older sister of Hoyt Hall — not in years but in age of occupants. The dorm is home to 220 girls. Housemother was Mrs. Giddy. Officers were President, Mary Whittingham; Vice- President, Evelyn Teters; Treasurer, Roberta Kerr; Sec- retary, Veronica Teeks; AWS representative, Shirley Nicolls. Row I: Patti Miller, Norma Greenwald, Charlotte Greenwald, Betty Rumney. Row II: Diana Rosburg. Cherrie Trosper, Carol Nelson, Joyce Kilian, Jodi, Templeton. Row III: Loretta Copyak, Sheraldeen Shellman, Gail Johnson, Gloria Maki, Shirley Moedl, John Norton, Kay Jensen. 249 Row I : Lynn Griffin, Vivian Hendrickson, Darlene Essman, Francinne Bonicelli. Row II: Pauline Arnold, Imo Russell, Suzanne Porter, Janice Plum, Lori Kyriss. Row III: Susan W. Barnes, Eleanore Wagner, Judith Anderson, Georgia Careene, Merilou Krenberger, JoAnn Jones. Row I: Dixie Hanna, Sharon Van Court, Kitty Strieker, Margaret Kinkade. Row II: Mary Lou Ballard, Florence Van Arsdol, Duene Marlatt, Dixie Williams, Wyoma West. Row III: Joyce Arthur, Marlene Rein, Beth Mackrille, Geraldine Olson, Judi Becker, Jill Kirk. 250 Row I: Helen Willis, Shirley Huffman, Janice Talbert, Ruth Holloway. Row II: Ada Russell, Zoe Lee, Iris Prevedel, Rina Grasso, Joan Anderson, Margaret Bailie, Willi Cross. 251 wyo hall 200 bachelor quarters Officers of Wyoming Hall were, left to right: Ben Iterian, John Black, Dave Forsyth, George Gibson, C. D. Whip- ple and Larry Custer. Hall councilors were George Gibson, Chris Trabookis, Bill Sims, Ron Monroe, Jim Davis, Paul Custer, Gene Brown. Clerks were Howie Wise, Ray Di Felici, John Muller. Jack Dalton, Dave Forsyth, Frank Eathorne, George Gibson, Sam Miller and Gary Myers. 253 Right: The plumb, transit level, and ser- ious engineering studf that spring has come. ious engineering students are sure signs Right: In the shadows of the Grand Te- tons the western old pastime of the rodeo takes place amid the dust of the arena, ten gallons, and levis. Photo by Herb Pownall. ! ' j»- , -» ' ■ a c a em I c s ■■ ; Opposite page: In northeastern Wyoming, nature has sculptured a unique phenomena — Devil ' s Tower. This area is the first section of the US to be designated as a national Monument. Photo: Wyo. Travel Commission. Students hurry to class by way of the crosswalks of Prexy ' s Pasture. Old Main holds the offices of the administrators of the campus. Almost hidden be- hind tall trees the front is rarely seen by the student. Secluded beneath the trees this small peanut pond offers solitude a short distance from Old Main. Humming with students during registration and almost silent dur- ing the term is the bookstore lo- cated on the peanut pond shore. 257 J- J n Of . e ' y . " o ' %( O On ej-, ' ' 69 r fo : f°s,7: in, Ce One o- - " " fA ° ' ' . A. L. Keeney Dean of Men i. ' j ;v« e 6Kr iimii,j»s!«nif ' ;V " The Board of Trustees held one of their meetings at Jackson Lake Lodge near Moran. Row I : Mrs. Neil Bush, John A. Reed, Lorna Patterson, CHfford P. Hansen, Tracy S. McCraken. Dr. G. D. Humphrey, J. R. SuUivan. Row II: Roy Chamberlain, L. W. " Jack " Jones, J. M. Mclntire, Velma Linford, Harold F. Newton, Miss Tom Womack, Roy Peck, and Harold E. Brough. board of trustees Appointed Members Clifford P. Hansen Jackson President Tracy S. McCraken Cheyenne Vice-president J. A. Reed Kemmerer Treasurer J. R. Sullivan Laramie Secretary Mrs. Neil Bush Hulett Lorna Patterson Shell Roy Chamberlain Lusk L. W. " Jack " Jones Rock Springs J. M. Mclntire Casper Harold F. Newton Sheridan Roy Peck Riverton Harold E. Brough Evanston Ex-Officio Members Milward L. Simpson Joe J. Hickey Governor of Wyoming Velma Linford State Supt. of Public Instr. Dr. George Duke Humphrey President of the University 261 college of arts and sciences The College consists of fifteen departments organized to serve a three-fold purpose: (1) To offer the liberal and general education essential to the development of men and women as well-rounded individuals and as mem- bers of their social, cultural, economic, and political communities. (2) To give direction and basic training for the students career choices . . . and also to prepare for specific occupations in many fields. (3) To provide certain required courses and general electives for students in other colleges. Ottis H. Rechard Dean Arts and Sciences building. 262 Psychology students learned the basic methods of testing Under a new honor system, promising students have an oppor- tunity to receive particular attention and direction in developing their special abilities to the fullest degree. A professional curriculum is available in seven fields: chemistry, conservation, geology, journalism, medical technology, physics, recreation, social work. A pre-professional curriculum in pre-forestry, pre- medical, including dentistry and medicine and in pre-legal. Mrs. Reed taught the principals of calculus to UW math students. 263 ' m8 » - ' college of agriculture The Ag College offers instruction in a wide variety of subjects in ag- riculture and home economics. Students are trained in principles which apply throughout the world, but there is special emphasis on types of agriculture in the Rocky Mountain area. At the General Livestock, Dairy and Agronomy farms, students study crop production, livestock management, dairying, and the operation of machinery and motors. The field of home economics under the direction of Verna Hitchcock, includes those phases of learning that relate to home and family life. Hilton M. Briggs Dean ia«r college of pharmacy Right: David O ' Day Dean The college of pharmacy trains its stu- dents for jobs in retail pharmacy, hos- pital pharmacy, wholesale pharmacy, pharmaceutical and chemical research, education and profession service repre- sentatives. The professional courses of the col- lege are coordinated with the scientific and cultural courses offered elsewhere in the University. Graduates who become registered pharmacists of Wyoming also by reci- procity are registered in all states ex- cept California, Florida and New York. A graduate student tabulated tourist rate information for a Wyoming city. Left: Clare Mundell Dean college of commerce- industry The college of Commerce and Industry, organized in 1947, is composed of four departments: Account- ing, Business Administration, Secretarial Science and the Department of Statistics. In addition, a Division of Business and Economic Research, devoted to economic analysis of business data, constitutes an integral part of the College. Plans have been made for a new home for the college but at present the college is located in the A S building. college of education The College of Education, a professional school, has for its purposes the preparation of qualified teachers and administrators for, and provides leadership in the improvement of, the public schools of Wyoming. Divisions of the school are: Undergraduate Teacher Education, Grad- uate Study and Educational Services. The college includes seven areas of study: elementary, secondary, vocational, physical education, guidance, educational administration and adult and higher education. Left: An active placement service is available to fu- ture teachers. Right: Stu- dents gain experience in the classroom through stu- dent teaching. Harlan Bryant Dean " ' t ..J fe % f , . -_ _» «-- ' » ' «6 „ SS . ■ 1 «» « - " MTV " M ' " " , " ' { • • ' . k college of engineering The program of the Engineering College is or- ganized under the following four departments: Civil and Architectural, General, Electrical and Mechanical. The work in all four-year curricula stresses the mastery of the subjects fundamental to all fields of engineering during the first year. The balance of the program is divided between the fundamen- tals and courses applying to the particular field selected. Hjalmar Person Dean h Left: Work progressed on the new petroleum engineer- ing addition. Right: Part of the equipment for the new $95,000 atomic training and research reactor and $40,000 worth of equip- ment. A new graduate pro- gram in nuclear engineering. 267 Robert Hamilton Dean of Law college of law. . . . This college, founded in 1920, is the only law school in Wyoming. Graduates are prepared to practice in any state following the Anglo-Ameri- can system of law. The case method is used for the major part of the instruction. Students have for their use a 25,000 volume library in addition to the regular UW library. Below: Students gain practice in trial through moot trials held every spring. Right: Potter Law Club mem- bers attended a legislative ses sion in Cheyenne college of nursing The pre-service professional nursing pro- gram was established in 1951. Emphasis is placed not only upon nur- sing skills and the nature and extent of knowledge, but also on the ability to apply principles, and upon the ends to which knowledge is used. The courses in the program are offered to both men and women in the usual se- mesters of the University academic calen- dar. No nursing courses are offered in the summer session. Amelia Leino is the dean of the college. S,!: diA The proposed new student health and nursing building will be located on the ground in the foreground of the picture. graduate school The University offers opportunities for graduate study in the fields of Agriculture, Arts and Sciences, Commerce, Education and Engineering. Robert Bruce is the Dean of the Graduate School. Cnmpiis UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING !839 EXiSTinG eUilOinGS- Shaded PROPOSED BUlLOines- Unshaded PRINCIPAL BUILDINGS ERECTED C011E6ES-0EPARTMEJJIS-5ERVICIS € ■■ 4-:» .. Atj ' tc ' j ' j-e, Momg fconosTitcs. Ag ' t Extension ■i ■ a j(3: ' or jm. Co ' Tiefce. Economics-, E gifsh. Jouf Qi ' sm Lar.9uog«s. Po irco ' Scence. Psj ' choicqy, Sp eech 1949 A " Boohsio ' e ' 22 Future home of Bs ' any i2 ChemisSry, Zoology f- ' Oposed Cioss ooms f ' oposed Commercs i94 ' £.d«CO?!0« ,o ' " 4s. :,IAO:UM 19bO- ' V ' 1 . . ' ' _ " ; ' , ORAOUATE SCHOOL GYMNASIUM-ARMOR ' ' HEALTH CENTER hOYT HALL KNIGHT HALL LAW SCHOOL LIBRAR ' MERiCfi Pharmacy MENS RESIOENCt HALL MEN ' S DORMITORIES OLD MAIN f ' HfSlCS UNION US BUREAU Of MINES women ' s dormitory WYOMING HAl I I9E3 Proposed 1916 1940-50 !952 1959 1908 : 9?7 Proposed l887-i949 I9 ' 8-S9 945 Proposed 1950 G( ' 0 iuQte Sc iool. Mothemoftcs, Nu ' Smq Physitol Educol ' On. ROTC Sludent Hetillh Cent«r Womsns Oofrn lofy Wo«ien ' 5 Do ' m C 3 et«na, My$ c Sfud ' O Co€ lifcfQrv, Sctioc fimer con Stui3 « s. History Men ' s Oormdory Mens Do ' rr-.rofe stld O ' l ng Ha lS P ' es d nT ' i O ' i e. Regisfrar, 8us ' rie ,s OH.ce ' s, Dtrecfc-r Sji rf e ' Sess.or.. Oeofi s ' Mtn D far Q Wor :e ' - ' . S ' udc ' Pe ' sor ric , S ' jafn ' Errployr ier.! Adu ' r Educot ' Ort. Ve!« ' QfiS Reiof ' s Ph»S!C5 Ui» Oft, Heonti Service. A F R o i r Petroigym an S Oil Sftols Enperiment S»Qli©n Womens Oorrnitory Mer ' L ' orrriitory i • ' J d 3 4:! % ' s p ■ " Opposite page: Artist ' s map showing proposed and existing buildings. Bottom: Chemistry-Zoology building. Top: Prexy ' s pasture where according to fame, the first UW president ran his cattle. Middle and bot- tom: Remodeled view of the Geology building and museum. f campus: her moods and faces TX»;j!!r- Opposite top page: The campus is spread with grass and dotted with many trees and flower gar- dens. Opposite bottom pag;e: The Knight Hall cafeteria found between Hoyt and Kniirht Hall. Top: Outside the front of the Un- ion are snow covered trees while in back workmen were busy on the addition. U 4 VJ. H... VV _» ft ' ft As soon as a new building is ready for occupation, the buildings and ground crew moves in with trees placed around the new structure to make it look at home. 273 r f ■f UlL le ' Top: William Robertson Coe Library and School of American Studies. Left: The Student Union — pulse of the campus. • ' ffl . . " «- :. old Left: The Pharmacy building alone at night. Left: The peanut pond unruffled and silent. Below: The church on Ivinson. Top: A sign of spring between the Pharmacy building and Hoyt Hall. friends. Right: Old inhabitants of Wyoming live on in the Geology museum. Right : Half-acre gym — once the home of the Cowboys. Bottom left: Crosswalks from Hoyt Hall to the A S building. Bottom right: Home of the upperclassman coed —Knight Hall. " " ' 7 «te. 111 " ' % f ft: ' ■■■pJ iS .A , l -w t " IJ %T arnold air had honormen Selected for their high degree of military aptitude and academic achievement, the members of Arnold Air So- ciety are advanced Air Force ROTC cadets. The society sponsors the well known " girls in blue, " or the Angel Flight. Highlighting the year is the annual initiation ban- quet, where the developers of air power are honored. President this year was Bill Cheney. Right Senator-elect, Gale McGee, at the initiation. . p President Humphrey presented Larry Wen- dell a Chicago Tribune Award. Eight cadets were presented the Chicago Tribune award for scholastic and leader- ship achievements. Members of the Angels presented flight badges: Bill Cheney, Pam McKelvey. Alan Higgins, Katy Kugland, Tom Gutz, Freeda Parker, Leron Allred, Betty Jo Payne, Delman Johns, Carly Barrows. 278 Colonel Filey, and Angel Katy Kugland with the three distinguished military cadets: Bill Cheney, Alan Higgins and Rich Grant. Posed in front of their new headquarters in the old library were AFROTC staff: Row I: Ursula Siebert, SSgt. Gaskill, TSgt. Van Meter, Captain Neil, Mr. McLennan. Row II: MSgt. Rosser, MSgt. Jones, Major Jones, Captain Haffeman. Row III: MSgt. Herman, Lt. Col. Friley, Captain Coifman, Captain Sestak. ai 279 choraliers. Dick Godfrey, Commander-Director. Row I : Dale Dechert, Ken Joslyn, Walt Capps, Joe Sanchez, David Watt, Arnold Whittaker. Row II: Webster Jones, Alex Graham, Verne Allen, Tucker Smith, Jim Baker, Terry Tompson, James Mitchell. Row III: Joe Williams, Dave Hamlin, Orion Finley, Allan McConnell, George Funk. drum bugle. Drum Major Thomas McNulty. Row I: Randy Schenk. John Muller, Jon Landeen, Bill Mortimer. Row II : Donald Bookout, Charles Clare, Bud Sny- der. Row 3: Duane Baker, James Whipps, Terry Iversen. honor flight. 280 Flight Commander Gary Myers. Row I: David Hickman, John Peterson, Floyd Fusselman. Row II: Douglas Pinegar, Dennis Moody, Darryl Mail- ander. Row III: Arthur Bard, Frank Dathorne, David Baggs. Row IV: George Johnstone. Thomas Cogswell, Pat Alsup. N:X ' Tr rifle team. . . Jerry Searey, Wesley Glass, Larry Verley, Leron Allred, Lynn Brown. Bob White. on parade. . . cadets on flight. . . Row I: Elizabeth Watt, Bette Jo Payne. Row II: Kay Reber, Cindy Meyers, Marcia Tippets, Dot McLaugh- lin, Pam McKelvey, Sandy Hansen. Row III: Mary Osbourn, Janet Waugh, Mary Hart. Row IV: Caryl Bar- rows, Katy Kugland, Georgia Doll, Carol Ann Edwards, Frieda Parker. Row V: Gay Watkins, Liz Fox, Ann Scott. air force angels Angel Flight is a group of girls from all years in school, chosen by the AF- ROTC Selection Board at the beginning of the year. They are the honorary spon- sors of the AFROTC and do exhibition drilling at the Homecoming football game and during basketball games and high school tournaments. The AFROTC queen for the Military Ball is selected from the Angels. Gay Watkins is the archangel. To the civilian reader the qualifica- tions for Scabbard and Blade are not generally known. One of the first re- quirements is that the man must be an " officer and a gentleman. " He must possess the qualities of leader- ship, patriotism, efficiency and honor. Members are chosen from the ad- vanced ROTC, and their activities are not restricted to the advancement of military education. Other activities include choosing the Army Corpettes, sponsoring the Army ROTC, and hold- ing the annual Military Ball. Head of the organization was Cadet Captain Dick Barrett. scabbard and blade Row I: Larry Seipp, Verne Hamlin, Richard Barrett, Carl Chandler, Larry Wheeler, Rodney Winterbottom, Philip Kelley. Row II : Donald Woodhouse, John Burns, John Bishop, Harold Leister, Paul Robinson. Robert Rhynsburger, Jerry Smothermon, Frank Trelease. army rote The Society of American Military Engineers is a combination military- professional organization which serves to stimulate interest in the field of Military Engineering and the ROTC program. Monthly meetings featured guest speakers on subjects as Atlas missile base construction, reclamation and power development, air defense, and role of the U.S. Army. Each year the group takes a field trip to one of the Army Corps of Engineers civil works projects. Bob Rhynsburger was president this year. Row I: Ray Vos, Bob Rynsburger, Merrill Scott, Clyde Cook, Ed Kelley. Row II: Fred Smee, George Robertson, Marion Gilmore, Frank Trelease, John Bishop. Row III: Larry Seipp, Glen Shelton, John Kohonen. Lee Kaser. Ed Endicott. Dick Rasmussen, Tom Atkinson, Don Woodhouse. 283 Military Science seniors. Row I: Leister, Gish, Winterbottom, Barrett, Woodhouse, Seipp, Hamlin, Rynsburger. Row II: Trelease, Henderson, Kelley, Shepard, Endicott, Wheeler. Row III: Cowper, Smith, Orr, Kaiser, Beck, Kessler, Burns, Bishop. Row IV: Borrell, Scott, Robinson, Hanis, Mahon, Denny. advanced rote. Military Science juniors. Row I: Fiero, Matthews, Larson, Sorenson, Miller, Kuypers, Holberg. Row II: Wongwai, Jenny, Custer, Goetz, Guthrie, Toftely, Cook, Hansen, Schnupp, Dawson, Kalodathis, Pugh, DeBolt, Gilmore. Row V: Dereemer, Timmermeyer, Mengel, Stanfield, Harsh, Dale, Rininger, Crittenden. Left: Army ROTC squads marched in the Homecoming Day Parade and on Armistice Day. Regular Army Commissions : Steve Henderson, Cadet Cap- tain; Bob Rynsburger, Cadet Captain ; Donald Woodhouse, Major; Dick Barrett, Major; Paul Robinson, Lieutenant; John Bishop, Lieutenant. rifle teams. . . Row I: Cheri Frederick, Patsy Irvin, Pat Gordon. Row II: JoAnn Anson, Betty Rummey, Wilda Arnold, Team Capt., Karen Waliser. Row I: Wm. Beck, Robert Shepard, Larry Wheeler, Robt. Nagle, Ralph Hicks. Row II: M Sgt. Gene Duncan (coach), Joe Kudar. Ben Wilson, Vernon Tanner. 286 honor guard . . . drill team . . . . Row I : Brad Laughlin, Dick Sue, Leroy Engdahl, Frank Farn- ham, Mark Burdick, Tom Wingett, Lee Brubaker. Row II: Tom Carter, Mark Read, Dick Williams, Fred Workle, Tom Powers, Sam Miller, Verne Johnson. Row III: Morris Mar- land, Ted Gostas, John Raines, Leif Erickson, Larry Shawver, Bob France, Nick Folmer. Commanded by Steve Henderson. drum and bugle corp. . HI ' „ •«. Ui.. . •• ' Row I : Sharon Lynn, Patty O ' Melia, Linda Larson. Row 11 : Sue Carter, Diane Albers, Nancy Long. Mary Kingham, Mary Sullivan, Brenda Covell, Mar- ial O ' Melia. Row III: Tuni Stewart, Anita Simon, Mary Cheney, Nancy Iseral. corpettes At the beginning of the school year, each sorority and women ' s independent organization nominates five girls to attend the Scabbard and Blade teas. From these nominees the Scabbard and Blade and previous Corpettes select new members of the Corpettes. There are 13 active members and two alternates. These girls represent the Army ROTC. Mary Kay Kingham, Lieutenant Colonel, was head of the group this year. Ff ' Pi 1 f Many groups entered floats in the homecoming parade. Right: The Independent Students featured a feast on the New Mexico Lobo. 1 Left: A three little pigs i mockery of New Mexico. 289 students selected for " who ' s who in colleges " . Twenty-four men and eleven coeds were named to the 1958-59 edition of " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities " by the campus Who ' s Who committee. The select few were chosen from a cross-section of campus leaders who received endorsement from five voting sources. The UW Senate, Dean of Men, Dean of Women, Registrar ' s office, and former members on cam- pus all voted on the selections. Not pictured is Claude W. Hewgley, winner of the Emory Land Outstanding Athlete award. Richard T. Anderson ATO President A S Senator John Clark Bishop Sigma Nu Engineering Senator Opposite page : Lower Yellowstone Falls Photo : UP railroad Richard Hughes Barrett SAE Cadet Capt. Army ROTC University Theatre William Edwin Cheney Cadet Commander AFROTC Donald Lee Bettis Branding Iron Editor ODK James Cole SAE ODK Football 291 Thomas Henry Dawson Sigma Chi A S Senator Carole Jones Donley WYO Editor Sandy Fans KD President BI Desk Editor Iron Skull Secretary 0m K ' rjss« xm John Steven Henderson SAE University Theatre Thomas Owen Kuypers Sigma Nu Commerce Senator 292 Mary Lou Foreman Pi Phi A S Senator Peter Keith Jones Wrestling Robert MeWhinnie Sigma Nu Engineering Senator Richard Charles Grant Sigma Nu President AFROTC David Thomas Kidd Sigma Chi Law Senator Ron Wayne Mathewson ATO ASUW President Janice Ann Hansen Alpha Chi Mortar Board Mary Kay Kingham Pi Phi Education Senator Dale Memmelaar All-Conference Football Marial O ' Melia Pi Phi A S Senator Panhellenic Lois Tikkener Mortar Board L arry Wheeler ODK Army ROTC Patty O ' Melia Tri Delt ASUW Veep Ben Vorpahl Sigma Nu ODK REW Tony Windis All-Conference Basketbal Larry Nelson Kappa Sig Engineering Senator Kaye Richard Giesler KD Mortar Board Glenda Gay Watkins Kappa Kappa Gamma President Angels Lawrence Yonkee Phi Delt Juletta Northrup Alpha Chi Mortar Board Mason Skiles Farmhouse Pres. ODK James Watt ATO Iron Skull ASUW Business Mgr. Frank Trelease 293 graduates Fred Zuercher Leroy Amen, Alda Anderson, George Argeris, Yasin Azino James Birchby, Bob Bullock, Chen Chang, Mung Lin Chang, Dean Clark, Charles Cooper Lou Dale, Richard Day, Larry Deti, James Dever, Eugene Egleston, Louis Fermelia Richard Griffin, Richard Grant, Jose Guilas, Azan Gul, John Hanes, Ron Holdaway Don Holdaway, James Hays, Dale Harris, Judy Jewett, Norma Johnson, Robert Kelley. 294 Tom Kidd Ronald Kidman, Douglas Kingdom, Donald King, Beatrice Leiseder, Thomas Lubnau Harold Meier, Thomas Miller, Frank Mockler, Jerry Murphy, Elizabeth Oeland. Tom Poison Tom Rutten, Joan Ryan, Yasin Saaed, Nancy Schrock, Bruce Soderholm, Thomas Smith John Smyth, Marion Stanley, Richard Sullivan, Ann Trier ' weiler, Mohammed Urwabi, David Vandenberg Jacqueline Vigil, John Wasden, Louise Wesswick, Perry Westerfield, George Wilkinson, Stephen Williams Paruehuri Rao 295 seniors MORTOR BOARD memhership is the highest honorary rec- ognition a coed at UW can receive. Membership is based on scholarship, leadership, school service, and activities. Mortor Board sponsors Torchlight Laurels, Senior Women ' s Break- fast, Spring Leadership Workshop and the Recognition Tea. Kay Richards Geisler was Mortor Board ' s president this year. Kaye Richards Giesler President Jay Abbott, Jordie Acker. Roy Adair. Carol Adams Robert Adami, Joseph Adragna. Allyn Aldrich. Harold Allen Leron Allred, Kenneth Ames. Darrell Anderson. Gerald Anderson Juletta Northrup Vice-President A - s f. J I. I ' % 1 296 Richard Anderson. William Anderson, William Andrews, Thelma Arndt, Anna Arnold. Wilda Arnold Mary Banish. Erynjo Banner, Dick Barrett, John Barrett, Irvin Bassett, William Beck Keith Becker, Gareth Beery, Janice Belden, Walter Bender, Carol Bennett, Boyd Bennion Bonnie Benson, Kenneth Benson, Con Bernbeck, Virginia Bertoncel, Don Bettis, John Bidwell Lauren Bieg. John Bishop. John Black. Donald Blakeman. Jim Bogue, Ginny Booth 297 seniors Joan Anderson Edwin Boring, Larry Bourret, Charles Bower, Dennis Boykin William Bramall, Jim Bridge, Ann Brookover, Barbara Brown Lois Brubaker, Stewart Brubaker, Charles Brus, Marlyn Bryan Mary Bunce, Fred Burgess, Rubert Burnaugh, Jeremiah Burridge Henery Butler, Mary Butler. Kathleen Call, Larry Call Marilyn Barnes Bobette Dannettell 298 Maurice Campbell, Jack Cash, Marilynn Casteel, Robert Casteel, Robert Champlin, Ina Chapman William Cheney, Tai-Seng Chen, Lewis Christensen, Vance Christiansen, Vera Clark, Fredric Clodius Leslie Cloninger, Ronald Coble, Glen Coen, Edson Cole, James Cole, Alva Connoly William Cooke, Clara Coones, Charles Cornwell, Richard Cory, James Cowper, Janita Cox Robert Cox, Birmey Cox, Jack Crofts, Garry Crook, Earl Cross, Wilma Cross 299 seniors Janice Hansen James Crow, John Crow, Donna Cummings, Paul Cusler George Dale, James Daley, Jack Dalton, Joseph Daly Kay Dana, Michael Dankowski, James Dannettell, James Davis Margot Davis, Russell Davis, Sylvia Davis Robert DeForest Edward Denny, George Denny, Jack Dersham, Wm. Despain Marial O ' Melia 300 Patricia Powers Evva Deveraux, Geza Dienes, Merceda Dietz, David Dodge, Jim Donajkowski, Howard Donley John Dornan, Robert Dornan, Darrel Downing, Robert Duncan, Warren Dunkin, Don Easton Sharon Edens, Duane Edmonds, Gerald Egbert, Virginia Emmett, Joan Emrich, Edward Endicott Lynn Engelson, William Erickson, Lloyd Etzel, Robert Evans, Lee Everling, Edwin Fabricius Harold Farmer, Robert Fedell, John Ferrnelia, Marthajayne Ferrin, Harriet Fetcher, Thomas Finnerty 301 seniors Julia Schwid Ronald Firth, Donald F isher, George Fisher, Michael Fisher Thomas Fitzgerald, Robert Fletcher, Pat Florentine, James Foley Dean Fox, Patricia Fox, Richard Fox, Jimmie Franklin Fred Gatti, Freeman Geller, Gregory Gibson Nicholas Gill Netta Girard, Robert Gish, Carlee Gladwin, William Glascock Lois Tikkaner 302 Donald Glidden, Nadine Glidden, Harland Goodchild, Richard Goodman, David Granlund, Richard Grant Gerald Graves, Gene Green, William Green, Phyllis Gross, Rudolph Gruber, Aziz Gul Thomas Gutz, Ray Haack, Robert Hagemeier, Robert Hagestad, Arthur Hagger, Dean Hagemann Jack Hale, Arthur Hallett, Verne Hamlin, James Hamm, Robert Hammons, Marilyn Handsel Ray Handsel, James Hanking, Richard Hanks, David Hanlin, Mike Haratyk, Helen Harkins 303 David Harned, Don Harris, Marjorie Harris, Richard Harris. Brent Harrison, Mary Havrilo, Edward Heck, John Henderson, Gale Henry, Morrison Heth Fred Hiber, Archie Higgins, Kenneth Hight, Marvin Hild, Dwaine Hiliberry, Roy Hinck Susan Hirsig, Richard Hobbs, Ward Hoblit, Gordon Hockamier, Richard Hodgson, Julianne HoUiday Ruth Holloway, Robert Holly, Rojean Holm, Tom Hool, Sonne Hooper. Lael Hoopes 304 Gordon Hoover, Suzanne Horth, Richard Houge, Robert Houser, Jilie Houtz, Tom Howard, William Howe Fred Hoyer, Jack Hubbell, Myrna Hughes, Jack Humphrey, Elvis Hunter, Kendall Hyde, Ole Kristian Imset Junior Jacobs, Jimmy Jacobson, Richard Jacobson, Robert Jelaca, Edwin Jenks, Jim Johnson, Robert Edward Johnson Susan Johnson, Lee Johnston, Marian Jones, Peter Jones, Sharon Jones, Wm. Owen Jones, Ralph B. Jordan Mariel Kallerud, Sonny Kanlian. Herb Karcher, Lee Kaser, Tony Kavalok, Norman Keele, Joyce Keener 305 Phillip Kelley, Eugene Kendall, Keith Kendall, Larry Keszler Madonna Keyser, Francis King, Mary Kay Kingham, Melvin Knott, Richard Kramer, Ingrid Lacis Clark Lacy, Jane Lacy, Phyllis Lagos, Helen Lancaster, Tom Lane, Wayne Landen Yuelise Laporte, Lee Larson, Donald Lawrence, George Laya, William Lee, Jerry Legler Donald Leichtweis, Tommy Leman, Gene Lenz, Louise Lind, Linda Linnett, Hal Loghry 306 Alroy Logosz, Martha Long, Richard Longbottom, Patricia Ann Lubisher, Paul Lupcho, Lawrence Luzac, Dale Madden Leslie Magor, Ronald Mahan, Jerry Maki, David Mallery, Alma Maninfior, Andre Marechal, Hubert Margetts Ray Marley, Joseph Martino, John Michael Marushack, William Mathews, Ron Mathewson, Vesta Mayland, Walter Mayland William Mefford, Sam Megeath, Harold Meier, Joan Meier, Emma Meike, Don Melton, Dale Memmelaar William Mentock, Welton Merry, Wesley Metzler, Robert Michel, Margaret Milne, Milton Middleswart, Arthur Fred Miller 307 seniors Don Miller, Richard Miller, Thomas Miller, Virginia Miller Al Miner, Mirajuddin, Dave Mishkind, Douglas Mitchum, Shah Mohammed. Gerald Moleton Sharon Moleton, Cecilia Mores, Richard Moss, Robert Mower, Louise Munson, Paul Muratore Edward Murphy, Mohhammad Muti, Jean McClellan, Julian McClenahan, Jim McClun, IJarold McDonald Mike McGaw, Mike McGill. Stuart McGuire, William Mcintosh, Leonard McVay. Robert McWhinnie, Ghulam Nabi 308 -. jfc. k4ik«_ " . Frank Neal. Edgar INeaves, Barbara Nelson, Donna Nelson. Dorothy Ann Nelson. Julius Loren Nelson, Larry Nelson Joe Netherton, Kenneth Noble, Ellen Noonan, Patrick Noonan. John Novotny, Richard Olejnik, Maxwell Olson Patty O ' Melia. Don Orr, Paul Terrence Otto, Vernon Palmour. Robert Panos, Wee Park. Peggy Parks Walter Patch. Kathleen Patik. Lloyd Patterson. R. D. Pavlovich, Jack PeLissier, Jayne Peterson, Martin Peterson Peter Peterson. Robin Peterson. Frederick Petsch, Gerald Pfeifer. John Phillips. Kent Phillips. Geraldine Pingrey 309 seniors Donald Pinney, LeRoy Pittmen, Duane Pond, Bob Ponder John Allen Proffit, James Putnam, John Radford, Richard Rasmussen, Marvin Rawhouser, Robert Reay Ray Revere, Daniel Reynolds, Edward Reynolds, Franklin Ribble, Don Ricks, Irene Riekstins Leo Allen Riley, Thomas Rimmer, Peggy Robb, David Robbins, Harry Robertson, Bill Robinson Paul Robinson, Lyle Rolston, Larry Rosentreter, James Arlen Rounds, LeRoy Royer, Ann Ruehr 310 Andy Ruskanen, Frankie Jo Russell, Miji Ryan, Robert Rynalski, Norman Sagara, Lester Samford, Judy Sampson James Sandahl, Charles Sanger, Thomas Satterfield, James Saxton, Coral Scheele, Winifred Shipporeit, Mary Schlaikjer Dale Schmoldt, Leo Schueler, Louis Seaverson, Bob Sedlacek, Larry Seipp, Kenny Serres, Judy Shafer Hubert Shaffer, Ghulan Sham, Norma Jean Shanley, Fred Shaver, Robert Shepard, Darrell Sheppard, Donald Sherman Marvin Sherrill, Gordon Shipp, Delmyrna Simpson, Doris Sixta, Tan Skaug, Mason Skiles, Mary K. Skinner 311 John Querard, Forrest Skretteberg, George Smith, Gerald Smith, Jolene Smith, Karen Jo Smith Melvin Smith, Jerry Smothermon, Carl Splitt, Shirley Sprout, Bill Stall, Richard Stapp, Martha Steadman Raymond Steege, Richard Stock, Axel Stockhouse, Loren Stone, Wm. Straley, Charles Stroh, Alonza Stroup Craig Stump, John Sundquist, Edward Suranyi, Richard Surline, William Syverson, Dennis Tate, William Taylor Harold TePool, James Thompson, Waldron Townsend, Chris Trabookis, John C. Tracey, John E. Tracy, Frank Trelease James Trenholm, Dallas Turk, N. R. Udewitz, Patsy VonKrosigk, Ben Vorpahl, Kells Waggoner, Randall Wagner John Walker, Robert Wain, Robert Warburton, Donald Warrick, Glenda Gay Watkins, Leilani Watt, Sharon Kay West James Wham, Larry Wheeler, Marguerite Whitfield, Arland Wiberg, Ronald Wilhelm, Oliver Wille, John Williams Lee Williams, Jon Darrell Wilmoth, Leroy Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Robert Wilson, Rodney Winterbottom, Don Woodhouse Wayne Wright, James Yorgason, Marlene Zakovich, James Zivney, Rudy Zupence, Jack Allen, Bob Zellner uniors IRON SKULL is a junior honorary. There are two members from each campus fraternal organization, one man and one woman from LDS, and eight independent students, four men and four women. Grade averages above 2.5 and active campus participation are factors in consideration for membership. This year Iron Skull ' s president was James Watt. The Iron Skull sponsors the Homecom- ing Sing and the Iron Skull Skid at Homecoming each year. CHIMES is a junior women ' s honorary. Membership is se- lected on grade averages above 2.25 and the activity list sent to eligible girls which is returned at the Mortarboard tea. Chimes help in orientating freshman students to university life and present six orientation programs during the year to freshman women stu- dents. Chimes give the AWS test to new women students on campus, help at the freshman steak fry and at the freshman women ' s tea. JAMES WATT Iron Skull President Clifford Abbot, Myron Adamson, Calvin Agee, Robert Albers Anita Alexander, Donald Alexander, Dan Allegretti, James Allen Gale Andrews, Amwar Mohamned, Larry Armstrong, Serana Armstrong Wayne Asay, Tom Austin. Ayub Mir Mohamned, Leon Barkdell. CAROLYN KELLEY Chimes President Member Iron Skull 314 Lance Barker, Alfred Barkman, Rosemary Barlow, Caryl Barrows John Barton, Virgil Baston, Frank Beaman, Leslie Becker Stanley Beckle, Marilyn Beeler, Allen Beers, Dale Belden Brady Bensen, Dean Bensen, Stanley Bercich, Charles Berry Mary Bever, Darryl Bindschadler, Bud Bishop, Robert Black Craig Blackner, Dan Blackner, Peggy Blackwell, George Blakeman Joyce Bateman — IS Lee Belden — IS Jo Bevinetto — IS Jim Chesebro — IS 315 uniors Edward Cole — IS Nan Curtis— IS Alfredo Essis — IS Earl Boardman, Jerrelyn Bodine, Joan Branscom, Hubert Brockmann Carol Brown, Gary Brown, Ronald Brown, Stanley Brown Wayne Brown, Lyle Brownlee, John Bruner, Robert Bruner Diana Bryant, Duane Buchholz, Donald Burge, Robert Burgess Barbara Burnie, John Burns, Leroy Burns, Leroy Bush Keith Campman. Jojeh Canan. George Cardon. Arlene Case Mary Lou Foreman — IS 316 Edward Cattrell, Kenneth Chase, Michael Chetterbock, Gene Christensen Karen Christensen, Jack Christopher, Clarence Clapp, Marrilyn Clark Charles Clift, Roy Cline, Robert Coding, Thomas Cole Harry Compton, Clyde Cook, James Coones, Richard Cote Connie Cover, James Cowan, Reid Creech, John Crittenden Patricia Cummings, William Custer, John Cutler, William Dale Garth Foster — IS Hal Gardner — IS Ronald Gardner — IS Donald Glass — IS 317 uniors Kay Jensen — IS Mel Lemon — IS Alvin Kilmer — IS Dennis Daly, Dennis Damon, Karen Damson, Gerald Daniels Gary Darnall, Ralph Darr, Tom Davidson, Kent Davis Harold De Bolt, Joseph Dempsey, Arlene Denny, Joe Dereemer Harley Dietz, Lynn Dimond, Jerry Dixon, Bruce Dodge Marvin Dottse, Joseph Domzalski, Gene Domzalski, Dave Dotson Allen Doty, Jim Doughty, Ronald Douglas, Gerald Duncan 318 Annalene Jessen — IS William Duncan, William Duryee, Joyce Uykins, James Echtermeyer Anthony Edelman, Jerry Edwards, Anton Eilers, Virgel EUerbruch Hugh Ellis, Janice Elmer, Christine Erickson, Lynn Evans Joe Enye, Medora Eyre, Thomas Fabricius, Helen Facinelli Leonard Fetterhoff, Robert Ferguson. Robert Fiero, Al Figone Richard Fitzgerald. Connie Fleming, David Flory. Robert Floth. JNancy Peterson — IS Don Sailors — IS John Shaflfer — IS Ralph Sorensen — IS 319 uniors Joe Thomas — IS Duane Weber — IS Karin Erickson — IS Chimes Gerald Ford, Liz Fox, James Foy, Herbert French Barrel Fritts, James Fritz, Melvin Gabel, LeRoy Gabriel Pat Gailband, Kenneth Gaskell, Doug DeBott, Angelo Georgios William Gerrard, Marion Gilmore, Rodney Girmus, Richard Godfrey Francis Gomme, Gerald Goodnight, James Graves, Don Gray Earl Guthrie, John Gwynn, Kenneth Hahn, Darryl Hailing Sandra Faus — IS Chimes 320 James Hand, Richard Hanly, Richard Hannum, Arnold Ivan Hansen Sandra Hansen, Dorothy Hanson, Gene Hanson, Patricia Hanson Richard Harsh, Meredith Hayek, Albert Hays, Jerry Heinbaugh Charles Hedde, Ronald Helms, Robert Huermann, John Hickman Darrell Higgins, James Higgins, Walter Hill, James Hillberry Fay Lew Hing, Ben Holberg, William Holliday, Robert Hopkins MMHk Pat McDonald— IS Chimes Lin McLaughlin — IS Chimes Aldeen Peterson — IS Chimes Korine Sandman — IS Chimes 321 uniors Nancy Skyles — IS Chimes Nelda Vines — IS Chimes Kathleen Bales — Chimes Carla Cole — Chimes 322 Duane Houchin, Jeanne Hudson, Myrtis Huff, Shirley Huffman Edwin Ikeda, Raymond Jacquot, Phil Janssen, Edward Janulewicz John Jenny, Mary Lou Jensen, Philip Jenny, Sharon Jiranek William Johns, Jerry Johnson, Paul Johnson, Ralph Johnston Clare Jones, Thomas Jones, Wayne Jones, Nick Kalokathis Woosik Kee, Larry Keyser, Karvin Kilmer, Robert Kingsley ! Jerry Kinkade, Ray Klorkorn, John Knopp, Calvin Knotts Roger Kolarich, John Korhonen, Robert Krichbaum, Dieter Kroger Leonard Kuczewski, Helen Kukowski, Kathryn Kurtz, Tom Kuypers David Laird, Grant Landes, Edith Langendorf, Lee Larson Linda Larson, Marie Larson, Robert Lawler, Larry Lawrence Charles Lawson, Mary L ' Eveque, Dean Lesh, Karl Lessey Darlene Johnson — Chimes Janice Johnson — Chimes Joan Hill — Chimes Karen Hillman — Chimes 323 uniors Ann Hurtt — Chimes Clytie LeVasseur, Gilbert Long, John Long, Darryl Lowell Joaquin Lopez, Anthony Lucero, William Lutz, Arthur Lyke Sharon Lynn, Earl Madsen, Claude Martin, David Martin William Matheson, Robert Matthews, Vivienne Mauck, Richard May Robert Meininger, Larry Meredith, Colleen Metzler, Raymond Meyers Clinton Miller, Terry Miller. Willa Miller, Doug Misner Kay Kepler — Chimes Elaine Reinke — Chimes Donna Preis — Chimes 324 Winifred Sawaya — Chimes Shirley Moedl, Max Montgomery, Clifford Moore, Ted Morgan. FJd Morris, George Moses, Donald Moss, James Moyer Stanley Murdock, Angus McColl, Jim McCormick, John McCormick, Delwin McCrary, Clyce McCulloch Jacob Mcjunkin, Arthur McKee, Pam McKelvey, Eldon McWilliams, Jerry Nash, Gordon Neal Rubin Nev, Frank Nichols, Royce Nolan, Joan Norton, Arthur Nyquist, Dennis O ' Farrell Edwina O ' Farrell, Frances Olsen, Mohamad Omar, Clay Parker, Lyn Parsons, Harry Patterson 325 Ed Pearson, Gerald Pelensky, Lyle Peterson, Esther Peticolas Ralph Petty, John Phillips, Shirley Phillips, Gary Pierce, Sandra Pierantoni, Jane Pierson Jerry Pierson, Kay Pierson, Jackie Pinson, Ronald Plum, Lloyd Poehler, Helen Poledna Mary Pond, Don Porter, Robert Prahl, Richard Price, Ruby Prilook, Merlyn Pugh Richard Pullum, Marian Rahonce, Max Rardin, Carl Rassmussen, John Raymond, Chuck Read Kay Reber, Shirley Reed, Marlene Rein, Michael Reitz, Joan Renkel. Nayhan Reynolds. 326 Carol Richard, Jack Richmond, Sarah Richmond, Richard Ries, Barbara Riley, William Rizzi John Robb, Cleta Robbins, Phil Robinson, Virginia Rodriquez, Jay Rogers, Harold Rollison Armena Rooney, Finn Rosendahl, Robert Rover, Ben Ruehr, Gene Rufi, Richard Rupp Judith Rush, Joyce Rutherford, Zohuruddin Zahibzada Raymond Sarcletti Dick Saul, Robert Savidge Bob Sawyer, Dallis Saxton, Carol Schwabrow, Earl Scott, Robert Scott, Clara Sedgwick Sylvia Seltzer, Douglas Sessions, Thomas Shaffer, Kathryn Shea, Glen Shelton, James Shepherd 327 1 Ellen Sherwin, Mark Shubert, Kay Shufeldt, Gary Siebold Jack Sinn, LeRoy Sinner, Jay Siren, Irvin Skelton, Delmar Slagle, Douglas Sothan Carolyn Speckner, James Spencer, Steve Speilgelberg, Donald Spradling, Carol Spreng, Rich Stanfield Theda Stark, Jim Starks, Robert Staff, Alfred Stegelman, Leonard Stensaas, Ethel Stevens Frank Stofflet, Floyd Stoutamore, Irene Strand, Sharon Stumpflf, Gayle Sturdevant, James Swartz JoAann Swindler, David Taggart, Fred Taggart, John Tamvakis, George Taylor, Cleo Terry 328 Gerald Teter, Thomas Thorson, Mariella Thurman, Gary Toftely, Terry Tonn, Alice Trower Harry Underwood, John Van Cleave, James Vandel, Barbara Vandenberg, Vasil Vasileff, Stuart Veitch Raymond Vos, Christian Vosler, Wayne Voss, Jim Walden, Glenn Walker, Florence Walter Donna Walters, Richard Walters, Cloey Wall, Bob Wampler, Tom Wasden, Marlene Watchorn Edith Waters, Sharon Waters, Sandra Watson, Kurt Webber, Caroline Webster, Kathy Wells Pat Wendt, Earline West, Wyoma West, Robert While, Jerry White 329 Jerry Wilkinson, Helen Willis, Pat Wilson, Tor Wold Louis Wolff, Ira Wood, John Woodward, Connie Wright, Frank Wright, William Wyatt Joanne Yant, Lorin Yeager, Wanda Yohe, Franklin Yorio, Larry Yother, Francis Zahler Frank Zuech, Charlie Zume, Jasper Zumo, Wilbert Zulauf, Larry Godfrey, Pat Smyth Harold Leister, Neal Curtis, CliflF Totten 330 unior pulse takers studied at downey, i Barbara Bidstrup, Shirley Billings, Marcia Bradley, Viola Courtis, Elaine DeBott, Sharon Ellwein Glenn Heaton, Phyllis Hughes, Ramona Hungary, Karen King, Susan Knouse, Lucille Mayland Bev McCleave, Helga Prostel, Margaret Saxton, Gwendolyn Warner — — __ ■- ' 1 HIBl sophomores Sandy Booth SPUR President SPURS is a sophomore women ' s honorary. To be eligible for membership in this organization a girl must have earned a 2.25 grade average and have participated in many campus organizations. These girls wear white skirts and sweaters with the brown and gold emblem on their sweaters. These sopho- more women sponsor the Pepsters, conduct open house tours, and usher at games, concerts and assemblies. They also conduct a singing valentine pro- gram on Valentine ' s Day. The main object of this organization is to spur the Wyoming Cowboys on to victory by mass cheering at the Cowboy athletic events. PHI EPSILON PHI is the men ' s honorary for outstanding sophomore men on the University of Wyoming campus. Besides promoting school spirit this group gives recognition to male underclassmen. In order to be eligible to be a member of Phi Epsilon Phi a freshman boy must attain a 2.5 average or better during the first semester of his freshman year and show qualities in leadership and school spirit. The Phi Eps help promote school spirit and scholar- ship. The Phi Eps have an annual spring picnic with the Spurs and sponsor the all school sweater dance at which the Sweater Queen is chosen. Frederic Abershima, John Ackerman, Andrew Anderson, Don Anderson Lloyd Andrews, Robert Anderson, Sam Anderson, William Anderson Rosalie Apodaca, Ann Armstrong, Betty Armstrong, Joe Armijo Gary Babel, Margaret Bailie, Doug Baird, Gareth Baird Don Thoren PEP President 332 Nancy Baker. Jack Ballard, Karla Barber, Delwin Bass Wilma Benintendi, Owen Bennett, Roger Bennett, Dick Bernaski Victor Berta, Gloria Bertagnolli, Patsy Beyer, Nancy Bjorn Susan Black, Charles Blackmon, Elizabeth Blair, Alice Blom Carl Bocott, Bob Boner, Wesley Bonsell, John Borders Maryanne Borrego. George Bradley, Charles Brandenbrug, Jack Briggs Nancy Bower Lee Brubaker Judy Burgess Gary Burnette 333 sophomores Kay Clatterbuck Roger Butcher Sandi Dickensheets Leslie Brownlee, Ted Brownlee, Margaret Bruce, Raymond Brush Joan Burford, Jerry Busch, Sandra Buzan, Gary Cathcart Karen Castelano, Chris Catsimanes, Ray Chadwick, Barbara Chandler Margaret Chesier, Katherine Chionis, Anthony Christensen, Duane Christiansen Janice Christensen, Stan Christensen, Priscilla Clawson, Duke dinger Charles Coe, Jane Collier, James Colva, Kerry Connell vsiamx iV ' - ■ " tmistfnaitsainmimi 334 Calvin Chastain Dennis Cook, Korte Cooper, Robert Copyak, Milton Coulter Karen Coy, Dale Crandall, Rae Criech, Leonard Croley Peter Crow, Darrell Cruea, Marilyn Culbertson, Nancy Cummings Uwe Dahl, Jerry Dalton, Lee Dameron, Bette Darlinton Geraldine Darnell, Elizabeth Daum, Rae Davidson, Jack Dawning Richard Davis, Robert Davis, Ronald Davis, James Deaver Elsbeth Fail Charles Clare Kathy Greenwald Russ Donley 335 sophomores Lynn Harnsberger Elvin Eastman Charlotte Hearne Doug De Bott, Marion Dimond, Patty Deveraux, Raymond Di Felici Harley Dietz, Elizabeth Dineen, Harold Dix, Marlene Dixon Kay Doto, Judith Eaton, Carol Edwards, Howard Eikenberry Shirley Eliopus, Larry Emmons, William Embree, Le Roy Engdahl Leif Erickson, Sandie Erickson, Ted Erickson, Ronald Estes Bob Evans, Floyd Evans, James Facinelli, Marilyn Farthing 336 Gary Ericson Joan Herrineton Sandra Fedele, Freddie Fedrizzi, Jim Felt, Terry Ann Ferguson John Finnerty, Pat Florentine, Lavanetta Forbes, Ray Foreback Brent Foster, Robert France, Ted Francis, Cheri Frederick Nancy Fritts, Bruce Fujukawa, Jack Furrer, Floyd Fusselman Alfred Garcia, George Garcia, Tony Garcia, Veto Gavens George Gibson, Robert Gietz, Frank Glafcke, Dale Good Richard Fronapfel Beverly Johnson Jerry Frude 337 sophomores ., v Karen Kocherhans Carl Gilbert Karen Kohleen Paul Grasso, Norma Gray, Charles Green, Dan Grego Ben Grenevitch, Douglas Griffith, Marcia Griffith, Paula Grosbeck Gary Gross, William Gross, Howard Guill, Mary Ann Haak Joseph Hall, Bill Halliday, Dick Hamilton, Dave Hamlin Dixie Hanna, Larry Hansel, Judith Hansen, Roy Hardsel Kenneth Harris, Mary Hart, John Harvey, Wilbur Heflin. 338 Dave Gribben Raymond Heid, Dewey Henderson, Charles Henn, Gerald Hergert Mary Kay Herschi, David Hickman, Morgan Hicks, Beth Hill Ellen Hill, Jerry Hill, Laura Hill, Marilyn Hoffman Thomas Hopka, Gene House, Billy Howell, Harold Hoyt Larry Hulbert, Roger Hunter, Stuart Hurdle, Mac Hutchins Paul Irish, Terry Iverson, David Jacobson, Garold Jensen Juliann Lacy Robert Grieve Audrey Leictweiss Don Helmich 339 sophomores Karen Lembcke Kenneth Hladek Norma MacDonald Mary Jensen, Judith Jeremiason, Susanne Jessup, Ann Johnson Christine Johnson, Dick Johnson. Francis Johnson, Scott Johnson George Johnstone, Jon Jones, Robert Jones. Webster Jones Gary Jozwiak, Karen Kahleen, Peggy Karstaff, Boyd Keenan Larry Kellmen, David Kelly, Shirley Kercher. Roberta Kerr Rodney Kido, Robert Keefer, Karl Kinkade, Susan Kinnaman 24Q Gary Jennings Dennis Kiser, Carla Klakorn, Louis Kline, William Kroke Hons Krous, Ben Krenevitch, Kim Krueger, Joe Kudar Katy Kugland, Laura Kumpf, Mary Kusel, Ted Kyle James Landeen, Jon Landeen, Jerry Lane, John Larson Petie Larsen, Bradford Laughlin,William Legler, Charlene Lentz Le Jean Libsack, Edward Liebmann, Richard Liebsack, Ellen Likens Diane Markley Carl Kaltenbach Louise McKnight Lester Kreps 341 sophomores Jane Metzler Robert Lisk, Donald Livingston, Gloria Lowen, Dewey Long Carol Ludwig, Sharon Lund, Ronald Lyttle, Elizabeth Macrille Caroline Macy, Joseph Madrid, Christian Magnussen, John Maker Shirley Malauf, Doyle Mangus, Donald Materi, David Matteson Daryl Matthews, Fritzy Marburger, Deanne Martin, Harold Martin Jerry Maxwell, James Mecca, Joe Megeath, Fred Memmelaar John Lancaster Peggy Murphy 342 John Lynch Edward Menghini, Patricia Menghini, Cynthia Meyers, James Mecca Carol Michalowski, Charlotte Miller, Douglas Miller, Charles Millhollin Sylvia Millsap, Sharon Millward, Anwar Mohammed, Louis Molner Patricia Montgomery, Dennis Moody, Dan Moran, Patrick Moran John Muller, Mary Murphy, Gordon Myers, Lanny Myers Bruce MacDougall, Marilyn McGee, Sandy McAuliffe, Allan McConnell Sandi Nauman John Maxfield Barbara O ' Connor Harvey McKinney 343 sophomores Martha Parkinson Maryann McCue, Larry McDaniel, George Mcllvaine, Donald McKay Gwendolyn McKie, Ted McKelvey, Kathleen McLaughlin, Tom McNulty Marilyn McPhee, Francis Nadasdy, Norma Namminga, Connie Nowlan Edward Nelson, Shirley Nelson, Bonnie Nimmo, Donald O ' Connell John O ' Grady, Jack C. Olson, Robert Orr, Kay Osborne Jack Oslund, Gerald Palmer. Harry Paster. Shirley Patch James Moore Juliet Reid 344 Manuel Proano ,. .J Hunter Patrick, Lucille Patrick, Mary L. Patrick, Dorothy Percival Twylah Perkins, Susan Peterson, Frank L. Phelps, Kay Phillips Douglas Pinegar, Ken Piatt, Joe Poisot, Tom Powers Donald Preston, Jim Preston, Larry Proffitt, John Raines Karen Rasmussen, Mark Read, Larry Reed, Ronald Reed Edgar Rikmanis. George Robertson, Bob Robon, Michael Roddo Cora Shelton - H 4 Noal Richardson Joanne Shillinglaw James Rumnc 345 sopnomores Judy Smith i:. Randy Schenk Evelyn Taylor ' ?ap Louis Roussalis, Ada Russell, Alvada Russell, Coralie Russell Larry Russell, James Rusch, Fran Sakmar, David Sawyer David Scheele, Dick Schnell, Nance Schlupp, Susan Schmidt Louis Seaverson, Gene Suber, Barbara Setters, Larry Shawver Bryan Sheevy, Sally Shepperson, Shirley Schmidt, Wayne Simonson David Sims, William Sims, Suzonne Sipos, Dean Smith 346 Dwayne Smith, Sandy Smith, Mark Smalinski, Clifford Snyder Phyllis Spain, Robert Spence, Stanley Stark, Pal Stone Nancy Strand, Lawrence Strong, David Stugart, Dick Sue Helen Sulenta, Mary Kay Sullivan, Jean Taggart, Mary Talovich Dianna Taylor, Suzanne Taylor, Margaret Telck, Jo Ann Templeton Sherry Tennont, Carol Townsend, John Thompson, Joseph Tynsky, Harriet Taylor Mike Sullivan Margaret Zell Gary Williamson 347 sophomores Richard Vandell, Stanley VanStraten, Anita Vass, Patricia Veille. Joan Von Ruden, Larry Vyvey, John Wassenburger, Sally Wendt, Bob Watt, David Watt Coral Wendt, Victor White, Betty Wiant, Edwin Widman, Del Wight, Loren Willard Richard Williams, Kenneth Wilson, Larry Windom, Kerry Wolbert, Larry Wright, Harry Zoellick - s. % " sophomore mavericks. . . . John Berrier, Deann Beideck, Louis Cameron, Donald Casey, Rodney Casey, Rex Colling Brenda Covell, Kenneth Hladek, John Galeotos, Howard Eikenberry, Rayburn Chadwick, John Maher Diane Martin, Dan Kelly, Einar Jensen, Janet Marks, Robert Ulrich. Ralph Scheele Gene Surber, Carl Sawtell, Carolyn Spreckner, Harry Porter. Max Peterson. Darrell Offee Judith Strand Larry Miknimins 349 freshmen Robert Abel, Carol Adams, Calvin Ahlbrandt. Diana Albers, Patricia Allen, Verne Allen, Judith Anderson, Hilda Andrews, Thea Amspoker. Jack Alsup, Lyle Anderson, Burley Ankeney, Jo Ann Anson, Pauline Arnold, Jack Arnold. Hal Ashenhurst, Colleen Asher, Carl Asiala, Jolene Asiala, Herb Athoff, Tom Atwell. David Baggs, William Bagley, Frank Baldwin, Duane Baker, James Baker, Sonja Ball. Linda Ballard, Mary Lou Ballard, Susan Bardo, Carol Barnes, Susan Barnes, Grant Baston. 350 I Betty Barton, Irvin Bassett, Jasper Batton, Kathryn J. Bauder, Ray Baxter, Beverly Beagle. Leo Beam, Marilyn Beal, James Beaty, Virgil Beck, Thomas Beckle, James Becker. Jerry Becker, Judith Becker, Richard Behning, Gerald Beierle, Leslie Belt, Patricia Benedict. Carol J. Bender, Karen Bergstrand, Priscilla Bernaski, Carl Bersner, Ellen Best, Donald Bertsch. James F. Bever, James Beveridge, Donna Bishop, Leota Billings, Sue Bigler, Elaine Black. Terrance Black. Jack Blackburn, James Blackburn, Charles Boedeker, Sally Bohrer, Timothy Bommer. 351 freshmen - N- J A. Dave Bonner, Bonnie Bonicelli, Edward Boone. Richard Bowen, John Bowker, Carol Bowman, Nita Bowman, Barbara Boyd, James Bracken. Jeanne Bratton, Frank Breen, Lois Brenneman, Dick Brenner, Larry Bressler, Vance Briggs. Jeanne Britton, Mary Brockmann, Paul Brook over, Deanna Brown, Frederick Brown, Joyce Brown. Lynn Brown, Rozella Brown, Wesley Brown, John Bruch, Kathryn Brunner, James Burns. Mary Byland. Berry Burnette, Richard Burlingame, William Burge, Mark Burdick. Sharon Bullock. 352 Linda Bullock, John Buchholz, John Buchanan, Robert Galley, Janice Campbell, Stephen Campbell. Shirley Capp, Ed Carey, Barbara Carlisle, Ronnie Carlisle, Russell Carlson, Martha Carlson. David Carmichael, Sue Carter, Thomas Carter, Joseph Castro, Emily Castro, John Catterral. Darla Cave, Dennis Chedderdon, Joseph Chelesvig, Mary Cheney, Darryl Christensen, John Christensen. Clarence Cline, Barbara Clark, Judith Clark, Jo Anne Clark, Richard Clark, Ronnie Clizbe. Thomas Cogswell, Thomas Cole, Lawrence Connor, Deanna Cook, Judy Cook, Sue Cooper. 353 freshmen Loretta Copyak, Richard Gorman, Sandra Cone. Sharon Corgan, Patricia Cotton, Barbara Cottrell, Darrell Coulter, Spiros Coute s, Roger Cox. Edwin Cozzens, James Craig, Evelyn Crawford, Louis Crews, Charles Crofts, David Cronk. Neil Damron, Doris Darcy, Wilma Davidson, Gordon Davis, Michael Davis, Robert Davis. Dennis Dawson, Huey Dawson, Dale Dechert, James De Cora, Kenneth Deines, Terry Derby. Glenn Deti. Harry Deveraux. Paul Dinkins, Thomas Dixon, Charles Dockter. Georgia Doll. 354 •N V m:k M Dennis Donnovan, Mary Douglas, Evelyn Downie, Joseph Drew, Gay D ' Spain, Anne Dudleston. James Duguid, Beverly Dye, Charles Eads, Arnold Eastman, Frank Eathorne, Larry Eckard. Donna Edmiston, William Einspahr, Arthur Ekberg, James Ellis, Wade Ellis, Allan Ellsberg. Frank, Emerson, Diane Elmer, James Emmett, Robert Ems, Ronald Endsley, Loretta Engdahl. John Engel, Robert Ensley, Maren Erickson, Sandra Erickson, Darlene Essman, Donna Evans. Dianne Fake, Lawrence Fanelli, Frank Farmham, Jay Farris, Gary Fechtmeyer, Gerald Federer. 355 freshmen Robert Ferguson, David Ferrer, Ben Ferrin. Richard Finch, Orion Finley, Clinton Fisher, Sheila Fitzgerald, Judith Flett, Jeretta Flint. Robert Florian, James Floth, Donna Folgelsonger, George Folmer, Donald Forcum, Floyd Forsman. Martin Foster, Patricia Foster, George Fowler, Harry Francis, Delores Frausto, John Frausto. Roger Frederick, Jody Frederick, John Freeburg, Frank Fritz, Max Futzel, Tom Fryer. Mary Funikawa, Ronald Furdock, Lawrence Futa, Anne Gabriel, George Gardner. Marilyn Garrity. m,- ' ' i , a iS. " ' •• t iik 356 Phyllis Geier, Robert Geile, Jean Georges, Ann Gernert, Catherine Gibbs, Carolyn Gilmer. Wesley Glass, Thomas Glynn, Donna Golden, Robert Gerhardt. Herman Gomez, Peggy Gonzales. Patricia Gordon, Mary Gould, Alex Graham, Angelina Graham, Riva Grasso, Floyd Graefe. Peggy Graves, Georgia Greene, Earl Greeno, Charlotte Greenwald, Norma Greenwald, Jack Gries. Lynn Griffin, James Grove, Robert Gully, Charles Gustafson, Monroe Hadden, Dennis Hall. Fred Hall, Richard Hamilton. James Hancock. Suzanne Hanes, David Hansen, Russell Hansen. 357 fresh men Don Harralson, Orval Harrison, Virden Harrison. Dennis Hart, Daniel Hawer, Carl Hatcher, John Hayes, Janet Heath, Delbert Heid. Kathleen Hejde, Linda Hellewell, Jim Henderson, Laura Henderson, Leona Henderson, Vivian Hendrickson. Alex Henety, Jean Henry, Marty Henrie, Sonja Hensen, Harvey Hirder, Nancy Hicks. Brock Hileman, Martha Hinthorn, James Hipsher, David Hobbs, Gloria Hodgeman, Raymona Hodo. Rufus Hoefer. Jerry Holiday. Jay Holland. Robert Holliday. Dale Holm, Gaylen Hooper. 358 John Hoover, William Horn, Don Horrod, Dorothy Horton, Theodore Howell, Ed Hudson. Sandra Huffman, Dick Humphrey, Patsy Ingham, Patsy Irvin, Nancy Israel, Michael Joblin. Gregg Jackson, Karen Jackson, Ed Jessup, Karen Johansen, Frank John, Dave Johnson. Gail Johnson, Johnny Johnson, Karen Johnson, Millard Johnson, Robert Johnson, Sandra Johnson. Suzanne Johnston, Kenneth Johnston, Joseph Jolley, Joseph Jones, Mary Jones, Chris Jung. Richard Kalber, Robert Kane, Robert Kayser, Kari Keating, Steward Keeton, Anne Keeler. 359 Martha Kelsey, Earl Kern, Howard Kestie. Joyce Killian, James King, Susan King, Margaret Kinkade, Lynn Kirby, Robert Kirby. Gerald Kitchen, Judith Knapp, Kathryn Klingaman, Nikie Kochiras, Don Kokesh, Michael Kolbilka. Judith Kosh, Hal Krause, Merilon Kronberger, Paul Krowski, Jean Kosmicke, Robert Kuns. Loralie Kyriss, Robert Laher, William Le Croix, Nancy Lane, Karen Lang, Carol Lange. George Langston, George Land, Jean Laughlin, David Lawler, Linda Lay, Joan Layman. 360 Keith Leavitt, Marion Lee, Jo Ann Legaski, Darlene Lemaster, Judith Lepper, Larry Lewis. Maren Lewis, Sara Lewis, William Lewis, Edward Lloyd, William Locken, Joyce Lockman. Grace Loeper, Kathlenn Logan, Judith Lorenz, Nancy Long, Jacqueline Loomis, Elizabeth Lowe. Max Lowe, Michael Lundgreen, Laurie Lynch, Ethridge Lynne, William Lyons, Lynn Mackie. Wilbur Madrid, Darryl Mailander, George Maki, Alma Maninfior, Janet Martin, William Marks. Ralph Martin, Valorie Martins, Mary Mategowitz, Tom Mathews, Ralph Mattinson, Joan Maycock. 361 Harold Mayer, Sandra Mayer, Avis Mayland. Eleanore Mees, Chester Millard, La Velle Miller, Michael Miller, Patricia Miller, Samuel Miller. Timothy Miles, John Millyard, Erma Milner, James Mitchell, Judy Mitchell, Agub Mir Mohammad. Ronald Monroe, John Moore, Ann Morgan, Sue Morgan, Dave Morris, Jayne Morse. William Mortimer, William Mueller, Karen Murdock, Sharon Murdock, Benny Myers, Helene MacNeill. James McCartney, Justin McCarthy, Charles McClain, James McClun, Roland McCrary, Gay McCulloch. 362 Milton Mcintosh, George McKensey, Jackie McKinney, Melvin McKnight, Patricia McCraken, William McMahon. Bonnie McPhee, John McWhinney, Robert Nague, Veneta Needham, Audrey Nelson. Beverly Nelson. Carol Nelson, Helen Nelson, Karen Nelson, Marilyn Nesbit, Arndt Newsbaum, Shirley Newsom, Mary Newton, Shirley Nicholls, Mary Nisbet, Kenneth Nissen, Donald Norman, Larness Northrup. Geraldine Nussbaum, Larry Nye, Barbara O ' Donnell, Thomas Ogg, James Olsen, Dorthy Olson. Gary Osborne, Clair Ourder, Kay Pacheco, John Profaizer, Freeda Parker. 363 fresh men Bruce Parrill, Marc Pasquini, Peggy Paulson. Bette Jo Payne, Jim Payne, Warren Pearson, Veronica Peeks, Dean Perry, Michael Personeault. Gary Peters, Dareta Petterson, Ron Peterson, Robert Petrina, Bonnie Phillips, Linda Phillips. Lynn Phillips, Vernon Piatt, Janice Plum, Suzanne Porter, Myrna Potter, Linda Powell. Thomas Powell, Ardis Picard, Joe Pilch, Larry Piffett, Patra Preis, Suzanne Preston. James Price, Ira Prevedel, Billye Proctor, Jerry Proffit, Donald Proffitt, John Luett. 364 Linda Pummill, Frank Pyshlo, Lewis Randerson, John Radrsvick, Jerry Ranbin, Terry Ratliff. Donald Ray, Eugene Ray, Garcia Reloy, Roger Rennick, George Ribble, Julie Richards. Jack Richardson, Betsy Ridgway, Sharon Riggs, Cleora Robbins, Robert Robertson, John Roby. Linda Rogers, Tery Rogers, William Rogers, Karen Rollins, Diane Rosberg, Susan Rosene. James Rotstain, David Roupp, Elizabeth Rumney, Patty Ruttinger, Judith Ryan, Thomas Ryan. Molly Sampson, Lawrence R. Samuelson, Joe H. Sanchez, Barbara A. Sanford, Karen Sayles. Judith Scott. 365 Mildred Scott, Kay Schliske, Beverly Schriefer. Jessie Schottroffe, Lowell Sederstrom, Pauline Seipt, Judy Seivert, Jane Seltenrich, Richard Shaffer. Gary Shadoan, Jay Dee Shaefer, Jill Shaeffer, Sheraldean Shallman, Keith Sharpon, Paul C. Sherwood. Bonnie Shibata, Leslie Shoemaker, Charles Sidebottom, Anita Simon, Maxine Simpson, Rockney Skinner. Jay Slagowski, Jean Slenvich, Larry Solaas, Richard Spangler, John Speight, Art Spence. Richard Spicka, Renetta Spring, Cynthia Small, Phil Small, Calvin Smith. Don Smith. 366 Edna Smith, Margaret Smith, Mary Smith, Tucker Smith, Vern Smith, Cynthia Stearns. Ron Stibner, Don Steadman, Joseph Stenaas, Lyn Stepp, Lynn Stevens, Joe Stohrer. Martha Stout, Wardina Strause, Dallas Streets, Kathleen Strieker, Elizabeth Stuart, Roger Stuben. Louise Stump, Sally Sullivan, Davis Swan, Curtis Swanson, Harry Swanstrom, Matthias Szabo. Janice Talbert, Charles Tanner, Vernon Tanner, Charles Tatman, Larry Taylor, Luella Thayer. Leo Thiele, Terry Thompson, Marjorie Thonen, Robert Thorne. Shirley Thorpe. Mary Threet. 367 freshmen Marcia Tippets, Richard Titus, Patty Tobias. Gerald Tolman, Jean Toro, Lorena Totter, John Tracy, Enrique Traberso, Michael Trego. Danny Trevino, Charrie Trosper, Tamma True, Ernie Trujillo, Benny Tucker, Donald Tufford. Donald Updike, John Valko, Kent Van, Gaynell Vance, Sharon Van Court, Barbara Vandrey. Richard Vandenberg, Shirley Vandenberg, Ronald Varness, Roger Vass, Larry Verley, Patricia Vesley. Wayne Wadleigh, Eleanore Wagner, Karen Waliser, James Walters, Ruth Anne Warfield, Roger Warman. 368 Darlea Warren, Doris Washburn, Rosie Watkins, Elizabeth Watt, V. Allen Wells, Fred Werkele. Forn Wheal, Larry Wheeler, C. D. Whipple, Frank Whipple, Floyd White, Maeve White. Robert White, Arnold Whittaker, Carolyn Widick, Robert Wilcoxon, Robert Wilkes, Oleta Wille. Dale Williams, Dixie Williams, John Williams, Joseph Williams, Lela Williams, Milton Williams. Russel Williams, Brent Willis, James Willox, Robert Winchell, Benny Wilson, Marvin Wilson. Wendell Thomas Wingett, Wanda Wissler, Iris Witt, Jacqueline Wolf, Vanja Wolff, Jerome Wolski. Rene Woods, James Woolington, Carolyn Worthen Jerry Wotoway, Robert Wray, Marvin Wyman, Ray Youker, Floyd Young, Gayle Young Melinda Young, Susan Young, Linda Zacher, Jasper Zumo, Pat Alsup, Marvin Ballington Joan Banks, Linda Bradley, Loretta Burton, Gerald Caraveau, Andria Carmen, Robert Casey Samuel Dutton, Keith Forest. Ted Gostas. Ralph Hesson. Nancy Ann Hussman. Ben Itturian Sikander Jabri, Gaylord MuUendone 370 William Basset, Frances Beckle, Gerald Daniels, John Frank, Norman French Julia Gardner, Donald Harper, Michael Hanna, Laurie Johnson, Sandra Johnson Lynn Knapp, James Kohout, George Lord, Ron Mowher, Tom Neal Geraldine Nussbaum. Herb Uthoff, Marshall Watne, Steven York 371 Below: The Pharmacy ' s doodle-bug crawled through Homecoming. Right: Remnants of the old west can still be seen on the rolling plains of scenic Wyoming. Photo courtesy of Casper Chamber of Commerce. 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Tires United Press International Leased Wire Service THE LARAMIE DAILY BIG BUY BURGERS DRIVE INN French Fries — Malts — Shakes 43 Try our tender and tasty f M iiA£im MM i Colonel Sanders ' Recipe xjouiinKnd KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN . . . Published Daily and Sunday by 1569 N. 3rd Ph. FR 5-2252 Congratulations LARAMIE NEWSPAPERS INC. to the 1959 Graduates Founded by Bill Nye March 11, 1881 THESE ARE SUPPORTERS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING 19 5 9 W Y GALE W. McGEE, U. S. SENATOR WYOMING COURT J. V. BRADLEY C. N. BELL STANFIELD ' S . . . CHEYENNE, WYOMING PIONEER PRINTING STATIONERY COMPANY . . . CHEYENNE, WYOMING faculty index -B -G- Baxter, George 113 Bearley, Bill 87 Becker, Robert 23 Biggs, Wallace 121 Bone, Jack 126, 134 -C- Corgan, Mike 74 D- Daniel, Glenn 75 -E- Eaton, Lloyd 74 Evans, Richard 23 Galliver, Luella 261 Gunn, George 97, 100, 101 Glander, R. 91 -H- Hallock, Wiles 75 Hansen, Clifford 58 Humphrey, George 258 -K- Kahl, Dr. 120 Klaus, Larry 75 Kraus, Frank 184 Keeney, A. L. 260 -J- Jacoby, Glenn 75 -L- Lantz, Ev 88 -M- Mack, Warren 121 Melton, John 74 McGee, Gale 26, 110, 277 -R- Reed, John 114 Ross, Jim 74 Russin, Robert 58 -S- Selmer, Carl 74 Seltenrich, Charles 20, 98, 118, 124 Simpson, Milward L. 2 Shelton, Everett 61 -T- Tobin, John 74 student index -A- Abbott, Clifford 218, 314 Abbott, Jay 136, 296 Abel, Robert 192, 350 Abeshima, Frederic 332 Acker, Jordie 296 Ackerman, John 230, 332 Adair, Roy 296 Adami, Robert 58, 214, 296 Adams, Carol 125, 350 Adamson, Myron 314 Adragan, Joseph 296 Agee, Calvin 314 Ahlbrandt, Calvin 350 Albers, Diana 184, 244, 288, 350 Albers, Robert 128, 314 Aldrich, Allyn 240, 296 Alexander, Anita 180, 314 Alexander, Donald 126, 314 Alford, John 94, 122 Ali, Rajab 139 Allegretti, Dan 202, 314 Allen, Harold 96, 296 Allen, Jack 14, 76 Allen, James 314 Allen, Patricia 164, 350 Allen, Verne 278, 350 Allred, Leron 279, 280, 296 Alsup, Jack 208 Alsup, Patrick 224, 278, 370 Ames, Kenneth 296 Anderson, Andrew 208, 332 Anderson, Darrell 130, 134, 296 Anderson, Don 156, 332 Anderson, Gerald 113, 202, 296 Anderson, Joan 117, 152, 251, 298 Anderson, Judith 138, 146, 152, 250 Anderson, Richard 68, 162, 193, 297 Anderson, Robert 236, 332 Anderson, Samuel 192, 332 Anderson, William 332 Anderson, William 297 Andrews, Floyd 333 Andrews, Gale 314 Andrews, William 144, 297 Ankeney, Burley 350 Anson, Jo Ann 244, 286, 350 Answine, Frederick 76, 95, 143 Anwar, Mohammad 115, 130, 314 Apodaca, Rosalie 146, 162, 184, 332 Armijo, Joe 202, 332 Armstrong, Ann 332 Armstrong, Betty 134 Armstrong, Larry 151, 314 Armstrong, Serena 314 Arndt, Thelma 297 Arnold, Anna 297 Arnold, Jack 350 Arnold, Pauline 138, 250, 350 Arnold, Wilda 151, 286, 297 Arthur, Joyce 250 Asay, Wayne 114, 115, 314 Ashe, James 122 Ashenhurst, Hal 202, 350 Asher, Colleen 350 Asiala, Carl 192, 350 Asiala, Gail 184, 246, 350 Atkinson, Thomas 48, 283 Atwell, Samuel 350 Austin, Thomas 230, 314 Ayub, Mir Mohammed 314 -B- Babel, Gary Lee 332 Bacon, Gary 25 Baggs, David 230, 278, 350 Bagley, William 350 Baillie, Margaret 251, 332 Baird, Douglas 157, 332 Baird, Gareth 157, 332 Baker, Duane 278, 350 Baker, James 218, 278, 350 Baldridge, Robert 126 386 Baldwin, Frank 350 Bales, Kathleen 146, 172, 322 Ball, Louise 151 Ball, Robert 128 Ball, Sonya Ann 350 Ballard, Jack 240, 333 Ballard, Linda 172, 350 Ballard, Mary Lou 146, 250, 350 Ballinger, Richard 60, 88, 142 Banks, Joan 149, 164, 246, 370 Banner, Eryn Jo 126, 168, 297 Barber, Karla 333 Bard, Arthur 278 Bardo, Susan 150, 153, 168, 350 Barkdoll, Leon 314 Barker, Lance 152, 230, 315 Barkman, Alfred 315 Barlow, Rosemary 31, 172, 315 Barnes, Carol 248, 350 Barnes, Marilyn 180, 298 Barnes, Susan 250, 350 Barratt, John 218, 297 Barratt, Richard 218, 283, 285, 297 Barrows, Caryl 164, 280, 282, 315 Barton, Betty 184, 350 Barton, John 230, 315 Bass, Delwin 333 Bassett, Irvin 154, 297, 351 Bassett, William 371 Baston, Grant 192, 350 Baston, Virgil 315 Bateman, Joyce 153, 245, 315 Bath, John 351 Bath, Louis 351 Baumgartner, Allen 214 Baxter, Raymond 351 Beagle, Beverly 184, 351 Beal, Marilyn 351 Beam, Leo Roland 208, 351 Beaman, Frank 218, 315 Beaty, James 192, 351 Beck, William 95, 208, 286, 297 Becker, James 214 Becker, Judith 146, 250 Becker, Keith 297 Becker, Leslie 133, 315 Beckle, Frances 371 Beckle, Stanley 315 Beeler, Marilyn 176, 315 Beers, Allen 315 Beery, Lloyd 297 Behning, Richard 351 Beideck, Dorothy 172, 349 Beierle, Gerald 351 Belden, Dale 315 Belden, Janice 297 Belden, Lee 68, 115, 130, 162, 198, 315 Belt, Leslie 147, 176, 248, 351 Bender, Carol 147, 351 Bender, Walter 202, 297 Benedict, Patricia 164, 351 Benintendi, Wilma 297, 333 Bennett, Carol 172 Bennett, Owen 15, 19, 76, 333 Bennett, Roger 333 Bennion, Boyd 297 Benson, Brady 315 Benson, Bonita 297 Benson, Dean 68, 230, 315 Benson, Kenneth 188, 297 Bercich, Stanley 128, 315 Bergstrand, Karen 164, 351 Bernaski, Priscilla 351 Bernaski, Richard 333 Bernbeck, Con 115, 130, 198, 297 Berrier, John Lee 349 Berry, Charles 315 Berta, Victor 333 Bertagnolli, Gloria 333 Bertelli, Daniel 134 Bertolero, John 80, 94 Bertoncelj, Virginia 176, 297 Bertsch, Donald 351 Best, Judy 246, 351 Bettis, Donald 106, 121, 297 Bever, James 208, 351 Bever, Mary Phyl 184, 315 Beveridge, James 351 Bevinetto, Josephine 176, 315 Beyer, Patsy 119, 333 Bidstrup, Barbara 331 Bidwell, John 297 Bieg, Lauren 136, 297 Biggs, Sharon 147 Bigler, Sue 157, 247, 351 Billings, Leota 138, 246, 351 Billings, Shirley 331 Bindschadler, Darryl 153, 218, 315 Bishop, Donna Sue 180, 351 Bishop, John 137, 230, 283, 285, 297 Bishop, Kenneth 77, 315 Bjorn, Nancy 9, 31, 59, 184, 333 Bjornstad, Alfred 202 Black, Elaine 246, 351 " Black, John 202, 253, 297 Black, Robert 315 Black, Susan 164, 333 Black, Terrance 351 Blackburn, Jack 351 Blackburn, James 351 Blackmon, Charles 333 Blackner, Craig 31, 224, 315 Blackner, Danny 224, 315 Blackwell, Peggy 52, 54, 108, 180, 315 Blair, Elizabeth 48, 333 Blakeman, Donald 297 Blakeman, George 28, 218, 315 Blom, Alice 333 Boardman, Earl 114, 130, 131, 198, 316 Bocott, Carlroy 333 Bodine, Jerrelyn 316 Boedeker, Charley 35l Bogue, Jimmie 297 Bohrer, Sally 351 Bommer, Timothy 192, 351 Boner, Bob 202, 333 Bonicelli, Francinne 250, 352 Bonner, John 124, 352 Bonsell, Wesley 333 Bookout, Donald 278 Boone, Edward 95, 202 Booth, Sandra 238, 332 Booth, Virginia 180, 297 Borders, John 188, 333 Borell, Clarence 298 Boring, Edwin 333 Bourret, Larry 115,198,298 Bowen, Richard 352 Bower, Charles 208, 298 Bower, Nancy 180, 333 Bowker, John 352 Bowman, Carol 352 Bowman, Nita 151, 352 Boyd, Barbara 180, 352 Boykin, Dennis 198, 298 Bradford, Ralph 126 Bradley, Linda 370 Bradley, Marcia 332 Bramall, William 126, 298 Brandenburg, Charles 91, 202, 333 Branscom, Joan 316 Bratton, Jeanne 244 Brauss, Arthur 62 Brenneman, Lois 176, 244 Brenner, Derrall 244, 352 Bressler, Larry 230, 352 Bridge, James 298 Briggs, Jack 188, 333 Briggs, Robert 158, 352 Britton, Jeannie 147, 164, 352 Brockmann, Hubert 316 Brockmann, Mary 138, 246, 352 Brookbank, Lora 153 Brookover, Ann 298 Brookover, Paul 218, 352 Brown, Barbara 180, 298 Brown, Carol 153, 316 Brown, Deanna 146, 164, 352 Brown, Frederick 224, 352 Brown, Gary 230, 316 Brown, Gene 253 Brown, Joye 138, 246, 352 Brown, Lynn 279, 352 Brown, Ronald 230, 316 Brown, Rozella 153, 352 Brown, Stanley 188, 316 Brown, Wayne 316 Brown, Wesley 352 Brownlee, Lyle 88, 316 Brownlee, Romie 208. 334 Brownlee, Theodore 76, 143, 202, 334 Brubaker, Elbridge 162, 287 Brubaker. Lois Ann 298 Brubaker, Stewart 128, 230, 298 Bruce, Margaret 334 Bruch, John 214, 352 Bruner, John 316 Bruner, Robert 87, 208, 316 Brus, Charles 298 Brush, Raymond 214, 334 Bryan, Marlyn 180, 398 Bryant, Mary 184, 316 Buchanan, John 353 Buchholz, Duane 316 Buchholz, John 149, 188, 353 Buckingham, John 142 Buckingham, Joyce 142 Bullock, Linda 152, 353 387 Bullock, Sharon 256, 352 Bunce, Mary 184, 298 Burdick, Mark 287, 352 Burford, Joan 334 Burge, Donald 134, 240, 316 Burge, William 240, 352 Burgess, Frederick 298 Burgess, Judith 176, 333 Burgess, Robert 316 Burlingame, Richard 352 Burnaugh, Robert 298 Burnette, Barry 230 Burnette, Garry 230, 333, 352 Burnie, Barbara 248, 316 Burns, James 352 Burns, John 283, 316 Burns, John 316 Burridge, Jeremiah 298 Burton, Jim 153 Burton, Loretta 246, 370 Busch, Jerry 240, 334 Bush, Leroy 316 Butcher, Roger 151, 192, 334 Butler, Henry 114, 298 Butler, Mary 146, 172, 298 Buzan, Sandra 334 Bylund, Mary 119, 172, 352 C- Call, Kathleen 154, 298 Call, Larry 157, 298 Callely, Robert 214, 353 Cameron, William 349 Campbell, Janice 164, 353 Campbell, Maurice 208, 299 Campbell, Stephen 208, 353 Campman, Keith 192, 316 Capp, Shirley 153, 168, 353 Capps, Walter 278 Caraveau, Gerald 88, 208, 370 Cardon, George 316 Carey, John 158, 218, 353 Carlisle, Barbara 353 Carlisle, Bonnie 246, 353 Carlson, Martha 142, 353 Carlson, Russell 353 Carmean, James 86 Carmichael, David 353 Carmin, Andrea 142, 370 Carr, Dox Wey 56 Carter, Sue 184, 288, 353 Carter, Thomas 240, 287, 353 Case, Arlene 316 Casey, Donald 349 Casey, Robert 370 Casey, Rodney 192, 349 Cash, Jack 299 Casteel, Robert 299 Castelano, Karen 334 Casto, Emily 353 Castro, Joseph 353 Cathcart, Gary 230, 334 Catsimanes, Chris 334 Catterall, John 224, 353 Cattrell, Edward 157, 317 Cave, Darla 176, 353 Cetrone, Donald 134 Chadderdon, Phillip 230, 353 Chadwick, Rayburn 349 Champlin, Robert 126, 299 Chandler, Barbara 164 Chapman, Ina Rae 176, 299 Chase, Kenneth 80, 317 Chastain, Calvin 240, 334 Chelesvig, Joseph 88, 353 Chen, Tai Seng 133, 299 Cheney, Bill 95, 280, 281, 299 Chesebro, Oren 133, 218, 315 Cheshier, Margaret 151, 334 Chetterbock, Michael 139, 317 Chionis, Katherine 248, 334 Chivington, Thomas 37 Christensen, Anthony 334 Christensen, Darryl 353 Christensen, Duane 334 Christensen, Gene 317 Christensen, Janice 180, 334 Christensen, Johnnie 198, 353 Christensen, Karen 172, 317 Christensen, Lewis 68, 208, 299 Christensen, Stanley 334 Christiansen, Vance 126, 299 Christinck, Thomas 142 Christopher, Jack 240, 317 Clapp, Clarence 317 Clare, Charles 95, 208, 278, 335 Clark, Barbara 244, 353 Clark, Dean 188 Clark, Jo Anne 164, 353 Clark, Judith 248,353 Clark, Marilyn 68, 119, 248, 317 Clark, Richard 353 Clark, Vera 248, 299 Clatterbuck, Kay 147, 153, 168, 334 Clawson, Priscilla 334 Clift, Charles 126, 317 Cline, Clarence 353 Cline, Roy Lee 136, 224, 317 Clinger, Kirby 334 Clizbe, Ronnie 353 Clodius, Fredric 128, 199 Cloninger, Everett 299 Coble, Ronald 199 Coe, Charles 334 Coding, Robert 76, 317 Coen, Glen 128, 299 Cogswell, Thomas 278, 353 Cole, Carla 152, 322 Cole, Edson 299 Cole, Edward 150, 153, 192, 236, 316 Cole, James 76, 152, 188, 299 Cole, Thomas 218, 353 Cole, Thomas R. 317 Collier, Jane 334 Colling, Owen 88 Colling, Rex 218, 349 Colva, James 334 Compton, Harry 317 Cone, Sandra 164, 244, 353 Connell, Kerry 218, 334 Connolly, Alva 299 Connor, Lawrence 353 Cook, Clyde 135, 283, 284, 317 Cook, Deanna 353 Cook, Dennis 76, 95, 335 Cook, Judith 27, 29, 172, 353 Cooke, William 95, 299 Coones, Clara 299 Coones, James 317 Cooper, Korte 335 Cooper, Susan 353 Copyak, Loretta 156, 249, 354 Copyak, Robert 208, 335 Corgan, Michael 74, 164 Corgan, Sharon 354 Corman, Richard 354 Cornwall, Charles 299 Cory, Richard 299 Cote, Richard 218, 317 Cotton, Patricia 354 Cottrell, Barbara 354 Coulter, Darrell 202, 354 Coulter, Milton 335 Coutis, Spiros 86, 354 Coutis, Viola 331 Covell, Brenda 172, 288, 349 Cover, Constance 184, 317 Cowan, James 317 Cowper, James 202, 299 Cox, Birney 128, 218 Cox, Janita 299 Cox, Robert 230, 299 Cox, Roger 354 Coy, Karen 138, 147, 168, 335 Cozzens, Edwin 136, 158, 354 Craig, James 354 Crawford, Evelyn 354 Creech, Frank 317 Creech, Sharon 335 Crews, Louis 354 Crittenden, John 236, 284, 317 Crofts, Charles 354 Crofts, John 192, 299 Croley, Leonard 335 Cronk, David 354 Crook, Garry 135, 150, 157, 299 Cross, Earl 299 Cross, Wilma 251, 299 Crow, James 230, 300 Crow, Peter 335 Cruea, Darrell 335 Culbertson, Marilyn 119, 335 Cummings, Donna 172, 300 Cummings, Nancy 335 Cummings, Patricia 317 Cundall, Dale 147, 335 Curtis, Nan 180, 316 Curtis, Neal 76, 330 Custer, Paul 253, 300 Custer, William 253, 284, 317 Cutler, John 317 -D- Dahl, Uwe Hinrich 335 388 Dale, George 300 Dale, William 128, 284, 317 Daley, James 300 Dalton, Gerald 218, 335 Dalton, Jack 253, 300 Daly, Dennis 130, 198, 318 Daly, Joseph 128, 300 Dameron, Lee 55, 230, 335 Damon, Dennis 218, 318 Damrow, Neil 354 Damson, Karen 162, 184, 318 Dana, Kay 300 Daniels, Gerald 126, 318, 371 Daniels, John G. 230 Dankowski, Michael 192, 300 Dannettell, James 192, 300 Darcy, Doris 354 Darlington, Bette 335 Darnall, Gary 114, 218, 318 Darnall, Geraldine 335 Darr, Ralph 91, 318 Daum, Elizabeth 138, 335 Davenport, Joe 133 Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav Dav dson. Myrtle 335 dson, Thomas 114, 218, 318 dson, Wilma 168, 247, 354 s, Gordon 192, 354 s, James 253, 300 s, Jon 218, 318 s, Jon P. 133 s, Margot 172, 300 s, Michael 208, 354 s, Richard 335 s, Robert 335, 354 s, Ronald 202, 335 s, Russell 300 s, Sylvia 300 Dawson, Dennis 218, 354 Dawson, Huey 218, 354 Dawson, Thomas 68, 162, 284 Dawson, Warren 88 Deaver, James 335 Debolt, Harold Debolt, Majel Dechert, Dale Decora, James Deforest, Robert Deines, Kenneth 202, 284, 318 184 188, 278, 354 354 133, 300 354 De Jong, Monique 175 Dempsey, Joseph 15, 76, 143, 208, 318 Denny, Arlene 318 Denny, Edward 300 Denny, George 300 Derry, Terry 354 Dereemer, Joseph 284, 318 Dersham, Jack 218, 300 Despain, William 114, 300 Deti, Glenn 354 Deveraux, Evva 301 Deveraux, Harry 354 Deveraux, Patty 153, 172, 336 Dickensheets, Sandra 108, 157, 334 Dienes, Geza 86, 240, 301 Dietz, Harley 318, 336 Dietz, Merceda 301 Difelici, Raymond 253, 336 Difilippo, Ludwig 95 Dimond, Lynn 224, 318 Dimond, Marion 144, 146, 172, 336 Dinga, Gustav 117 Dinkins, Paul 224, 354 Dinneen, Kathryn 168, 336 Dix, Harold 230, 336 Dixon, Jerry 132, 192, 318 Dixon, Marlene 336 Dixon, Thomas 240, 354 Dobrenz, Albert 123 Dockter, Charles 354 Dodge, Bruce 126, 230, 318 Dodge, David 130, 301 Dodson, William 126, 133 Dohse, Marvin 318 Doll, Georgia 27, 29, 184, 282, 354 Domzalski, Eugene 318 Donajkowski, James 136, 301 Donley, Carole 109, 121 Donley, Howard 126, 136, 301 Donley, Russell 20, 68, 130, 137, 150, 153, 335 Donovan, Dennis 91, 202, 355 Dornan, John 301 Dornan, Robert 128 Doto, Kathryn 107, 121, 176, 336 Dotson, Dave 318 Doty, Allen 157, 318 Doughty, Jim 198, 318 Douglas, Mary 355 Douglas, Ronald 124, 318 Downie, Evelyn 172, 355 Downing, Darrel 301 Downing, Jack 88, 335 Draney, Terryl 80 Drew, Joseph 192, 355 D ' Spain, Gary 218, 355 Dudleston, Anne 355 Duguid, James 355 Duncan, Gerald 318 Duncan, Robert 208, 301 Duncan, William 132, 319 Dunham, Warren 136, 230, 301 Dunkin, Warren 136, 230, 301 Duryee, William 236, 319 Dutton, Samuel 370 Dye, Beverly 53, 180, 244, 355 Dykins, Joyce 180, 319 -E- Eads, Charles 88, 158, 355 Eastman, Arnold 192, 355 Eastman, Elwin 236, 336 Easton, Donald 310 Eathorne, Frank 253, 355 Eaton, Judith 336 Echtermeyer, James 76, 319 Eckard, Larry 355 Edelman, Anthony 319 Edens, Sharon 168, 301 Edmiston, Donna 119,244,355 Edmonds, Duane 301 Edwards, Carol 180, 282, 336 Edwards, Jerry 319 Egbert, Gerald 236, 301 Eikenberry, Howard 336, 349 Eilers, Anton 113, 230, 319 Einspahr, William 355 Ekberg, Arthur 240, 355 Eliopulos, Shirley 336 Ellerburch, Virgil 133, 319 Ellis, Hugh 106, 121, 319 Ellis, James 355 Ellis, Wade 218, 355 Ellsbury, Allan 214, 355 Ellwein, Sharon 331 Elmer, Janice 9, 68, 176, 319 Elmer, Diane 176, 246, 355 Embree, William 224, 336 Emerson, Frank 230, 355 Emmett, James 208, 355 Emmett, Virginia 164, 301 Emmons, Larry 162, 236, 336 Emrich, Joan 301 Ems, Robert 355 Endicott, Edward 150, 224, 283, 301 Endsley, Ronald 355 Erickson, Christine 59, 144, 147, 180, 319 Erickson, Karin 146, 162, 172, 320 Erickson, Leif 218, 287, 336 Erickson, Maren 180, 246, 355 Erickson, Sandra 184, 355 Erickson, Sandra L. 336 Erickson, Ted 336 Erickson, William 301 Erickson, Gary 198, 336 Essis, Alfredo 214, 316 Essman, Darlene 250, 355 Estes, Ronald 336 Etzel, Lloyd 301 Evans, Donna 149, 184, 247, 355 Evans, Floyd 336 Evans, Lynn 184, 319 Evans, Robert 301 Evans, Robert W. 126, 133, 218, 336 Everling, Curtis 301 Eyre, Joseph 319 Eyre, Medora 156, 319 -F- Fabricius, Edwin 301 Fabricius, Thomas 114, 319 Facinelli, Helen 138, 319 Facinelli, James 198, 336 Fair, Elizabeth 184, 335 Fake, Dianne 355 Fanelli, Lawrence 355 Farmer, Harold 153, 208, 301 Farnham, Frank 287, 230, 355 Farris, Jay 202, 355 Farthing, Merrilyn 147, 164, 336 Fans, Sandra 106, 121, 163, 320 Fawcett, Russell 107 Fechtmeyer, Gary 230, 355 Fedele, Sandra 337 Fedell, Robert 301 Federer, Gerald 355 389 Fedrizzi, Freddie 136, 337 Felt, James 230, 337 Ferguson, Donald 114, 118, 124 Ferguson, Robert 356 Ferguson, Robert N. 144, 319 Ferguson, Terry 172, 337 Fermelia, John 128 Ferren, David 192, 356 Ferrin, Ben 218, 356 Ferrin, Martha 301 Fetcher, Harriet 301 Fetterhoff, Leonard 151, 319 Fiero, George 319 Fiero, Robert 161, 224, 284 Figone, Albert 95, 319 Finch, Richard 218, 356 Finley, Orion 188, 278, 356 Finnerty, John 202, 337 Finnerty, Thomas 301 Firth, Ronald 132, 302 Fisher, Clinton 55, 236, 356 Fisher, Donald 126, 136, 302 Fisher, George 302 Fisher, Michael 128, 302 Fisk, Robert 150, 152, 208 Fitzgerald, Richard 202, 284, 319 Fitzgerald, Sheila 184, 246, 356 Fitzgerald, Thomas 135, 302 Fleming, Connie 319 Fletcher, Robert 224, 302 Flett, Judith 184, 247, 356 Flint, Jeretta 53, 180, 356 Flock, Oleary 130 Florentine, Pat 87, 302, 337 Florian, Robert 356 Flory. David 319 Floth, James 356 Floth, Robert 319 Fogelsonger, Donna 176, 244, 356 Foley, James 218, 302 Folmer, George 236, 287, 356 Forbes, Lavanetta 164, 337 Forcum, Donald 356 Ford, Gerald 320 Foreback, Raymond 76, 337 Foreman, Mary Lou 68, 146, 317 Foresman, Floyd 356 Forest, Keith 370 Forsyth, David 253 Fortenberry, Dervuni 134 Foster, Brent 192, 337 Foster,_Carole 246, 356 Foster, Garth 133, 208, 317 Foster, Martin 188, 356 Fowler, George 152, 218, 356 Fox, Dean 302 Fox, Elizabeth 184, 282, 320 Fox, Patricia 302 Fox, Richard 302 Foy, James 134, 320 France, Robert 124, 230, 287, 337 Francis, Harry 356 Francis, Ted 76, 202, 337 Frank, John 371 Franklin, Jimmie 302 Frausto, John 356 Frausto, Mary 356 Frederick, Cheri 146, 286, 337 Frederick, Roger 152, 356 Fredricks, Jody 134, 147, 164, 356 Freeburg, John 356 French, Herbert 88, 153, 320 French, Norman 153, 372 Freytag, John 126 Fritts, Darrel 224, 320 Fritts, Nancy 337 Fritzel, Max 356 Fronapfel, Richard 230, 337 Frude, Jerry 88,218,337 Fryer, Thomas 224, 356 Fujikawa, Bruce 208, 337 Fujijawa, Mary 138, 153, 245, 356 Fullerton, Dale 115 Furdock, Ronald 356 Furrer, Jock 337 Fusselman, Floyd 278, 337 Futa, Lawrence 356 -G- Gabel, Melvin 144, 151, 320 Gabriel, Anne 119, 164, 356 Gabriel, Leroy 320 Gailband, Patricia 176, 320 Galeotos, John 349 Garcia, Alfred 337 Garcia, George 337 Garcia, Tanislado 337 Gardner, George 356 Gardner, Hal 155, 317 Gardner, Julia 154, 246, 371 Gardner, Ronald 68, 162, 218, 317 Garrity, Marilyn 356 Gaskell, Kenneth 320 Gatti, Fred 126, 133, 302 Gavens, Veto 337 Geier, Phyllis 248, 357 Geile, Robert 357 Geller, Freeman 302 Georges, Jean 180, 246, 357 Georgios, Angelo 128, 320 Gerhardt, Robert 218, 357 Gernert, Ann 180, 357 Gerrard, William 220, 320 Gibbs, Catherine 152, 168, 357 Gibson, Daniel 302 Gibson, George 253, 337 Giesler, Kaye 41, 125 Gietz, Robert 337 Gilbert, John 220, 338 Gilbert, Ted 126 Gill, Nicholas 202, 302 Gilmer, Carolyn 147, 357 Gilmore, Marion 192, 283, 284, 320 Girard, Nettabell 302 Girmus, Rodney 126, 133, 240, 320 Gish, Robert 120, 134 Gladwin, Carlee 184, 302 Glafcke, Frank 76, 337 Glascock, William 302 Glass, Donald 208, 317 Glass, Wesley 279, 357 Glidden, Donald 114, 303 Glidden, Janet 184, 303 Glynn, Thomas 357 Godfrey, Larry 330 Godfrey, Richard 24, 25, 124, 278, 3: Goe tz, Alfred 284 Golden, Donna 246, 357 Gomez, Hernan 230, 357 Gomme, Francis 320 Gonzalez, Peggy 357 Good, Dale 153, 220, 337 Goodchild, Harland 135, 303 Goodman, Richard 128, 303 Goodnight, Gerald 56, 240, 320 Gordon, Patricia 164, 286, 357 Gostas, Ted 287, 370 Gould, Mary 119,246,357 Graefe, Floyd 236, 357 Graham, Alex 192, 278, 357 Graham, Angelina 357 Granlund, David 236, 303 Grant, Richard 130, 162, 281, 303 Grasso, Paul 338 Grasso, Rina 119, 251, 357 Graves, Gerald 188, 303, 320 Gray, Donald 320 Gray, Norma 184, 338 Green, Charles 240, 338 . Green, Gene 128, 303 Green, William 303 Greene, Georgia 164, 357 Greenhalgh, Gary 126 Greeno, Earl 220, 357 Greenwald, Charlotte 249, 357 Greenwald, Kathleen 127, 162, 176, 335 Greenwald, Norma 249, 357 Grego, Daniel 76, 338 Grenevitch, Benj amin 76, 202, 338 Greth, Karl 134 Gribbin, David 9, 230, 338 Gries, John 230, 357 Grieve, Edward 128, 162, 208, 339 Grieve, Leeland 142 Griffin, Lynn 138, 152, 250, 257 Griffith, Douglas 188, 338 Griffith, Marcia 152, 168, 338 Groesbeck, Paula 338 Gross, Gary 338 Gross, Phyllis 303 Gross, William 338 Grossnicklaus, Jan 76 Grove, James 220, 357 Groves, Peggy 146, 357 Gruber, Rudolph 133, 303 Guill, Howard 76, 338 Gul, Aziz 139, 151, 303 Gulley, Robert 208, 357 Gundlach, William 113 Gustafson, Charles 357 Guthrie, Earl 208, 284, 320 Gutz, Thomas 208, 280, 303 Gwynn, John 320 390 -H- Haack, Ray 224, 303 Haak, Mary 338 Hacker, Jennifer 246 Hadden, Monroe 357 Hagemeier, Robert 115, 303 Hagestad, Robert 303 Haggen, Arthur 303 Hagmann, Dean 135, 303 Hahn, Jack 120, 134 Hahn, Kenneth 320 Hale, Jack 303 Hall, Dennis 357 Hall, Fred 357 Hall, Gary 80 Hall, Joseph 338 Hallett, Arthur 303 Halliday, Billie 76, 338 Hailing, Darryl 320 Hamilton, Martin 76, 143 Hamilton, Richard 357 Hamilton, Richard 21, 76, 220, 338 Hamlin, David 151, 278, 338 Hamlin, Verne 224, 283, 303 Hamm, James 303 Hammons, Robert 303 Hancock, James 357 Hand, James 321 Handsel, Marilyn 303 Handsel, Ray 240, 303 Handsel, Roy 135, 202, 338 Hanes, John 232 Hanes, Suzanne 180, 246, 357 Hanking, Richard 126 Hanks, Richard 88, 224, 321 Hanlin, David 126 Hanly, Richard 126, 224, 321 Hanna, Dixie 250, 338 Hanna, Michael 208, 371 Hannum, Richard 128, 321 Hansel, Larry 224, 338 Hansen, Arnold 224, 284, 321 Hansen, David 88, 357 Hansen, Janice 68, 125, 164, 300 Hansen, Judith 172, 338 Hansen, Russell 192, 357 Hansen, Sandra 180, 282, 321 Hanson, Dorothy 321 Hanson, Gene 134, 321 Hanson, Patricia 134, 321 Happel, Terry 80 Haratyk, Mike 303 Hardigan, William 134 Harkins, Helen 303 Harned, David 132, 240, 304 Harnsberger, Evelynn 26, 127, 184, 336 Harper, Donald 371 Harralson, Don 202, 358 Harrington, Robert 91 Harris, Dale 202 Harris, Donald 304 Harris, Kenneth 156, 338 Harris, Marjorie 176, 304 Harris, Richard 304 Harrison, Brent 115, 304 Harrison, Orval 156, 358 Harrison, Virden 358 Harsh, Richard 284, 321 Hart, Dennis 358 Hart, Mary 180, 282, 338 Harvey, John 192, 338 Hatcher, Carl 358 Hatten, Donald 81 Havrilo, Mary Ann 180, 304 Hayek, Meredith 146, 321 Hayes, John 358 Hays, Albert 128, 321 Hearne, Charlotte 162, 172, 336 Heath, Janet 246, 358 Heaton, Glenn 331 Heck, Edward 304 Heflin, Wilbur 134, 151, 162, 240, 338 Heid, Delbert 358 Heid, Raymond 85, 339 Heinbaugh, Jerry 192, 321 Hejde, Charles 35, 95, 192, 321 Hejde, Kathleen 138, 168, 358 Hellewell, Linda 176, 358 Helmich, Donald 208, 339 Helms, Ronald 321 Henderson, Dewey 339 Henderson, James 358 Henderson, Laura 157, 246, 358 Henderson, Steven 31, 185, 187, 304 Hendrickson, Vivian 250, 358 Henetz, Alex 220, 358 Henn, Charles 220, 339 Henrie, Marty 156, 358 Henrv, Gale 114, 130, 304 Henry, Jean 358 Hensen, Sonja 184, 358 Hepworth, William 123 Herder, Harvey 232, 358 Hergert, Gerald 232, 339 Herrington, Joan 172, 337 Herrod, John 134 Hesson, Ralph 370 Heth, Morrison 162, 240, 304 Heuermann, Robert 114, 124, 321 Hewgley, Claude 12 Hiber, Fred 192, 304 Hickman, David 287, 339 Hickman, John 68, 192 Hicks, Morgan 128, 339 Hicks, Nancy 119, 148, 358 Hicks, Ralph 286 Higgins, Alan 280, 281 Higgins, Archie 304 Higgins, Darrell 220, 321 Higgins, James 321 Hight, Kenneth 304 Hild, Marvin 304 Hileman, Brock 358 Hill, Beth 154, 339 Hill, Ellen 168, 339 Hill, Gerald 76, 143, 339 Hill, Joan 163, 168, 323 Hill, John 125 Hill, Laura 168, 339 Hill, Walter 321 Hillberry, James 202, 321 Hillberry, Dwaine 304 Hillman, Karen 144, 180, 323 Hinck, Lyman 133, 304 Hing, Fay 321 Hinthorn, Martha 37, 180, 358 Hipsher, James 94, 358 Hirschi, Mary 176, 339 Hirsig, Susan 184, 304 Kitchens, David 91 Hladek, Kenneth 95, 156, 340 Hobbs, David 188, 358 Hobbs, Richard 132 Hoblit, Ward 304 Hockamier, Gordon 94, 232, 304 Hodgeman, Jean 144, 172, 247, 358 Hodgson, Richard 304 Hodo, Raymona 358 Hoefer, Rufus 95, 152, 348 Hoffman, John 136 Hoffman, Larry 124 Hoffman, Marilynn 184, 339 Holberg, Benjamin 220, 284, 321 Holden, Bonnie 151 Holiday, Jerry 358 Holland, Jay 153, 358 Holliday, Julianne 304 Holliday, William 133, 220, 321 Holloway, Ruth 31, 251, 304 Holly, Robert 126, 304 Holm, Dale 358 Holm, Rojean 146, 304 Holmes, Maurice 87 Hood, Glenn 115 Hool, Thomas 304 Hooper, Sonne 126, 135, 304 Hoopes, Gaylen 156, 358 Hoopes, Lael 135, 154, 304 Hoover, Gordon 126, 133, 305 Hopka, Thomas 339 Hopkins, Robert 321 Horth, Suzanne 168, 305 Horton, Dorothy 172 Houchin, Duane 322 Houge, Richard 236, 305 House, Gene 232, 339 Houser, Robert 6, 76, 305 Houtz, Julie 158, 305 Howard, Richard 113 Howard, Thomas 136, 240, 305 Howe, Ronald 129 Howe, William 305 Howell, Billy 339 Howshar, Edward 113 Hoy, Richard 134 Hoyer, Frederick 86, 305 Hoyt, Harold 339 Hubbell, Jack 305 Hudson, Edward 240 Hudson, Jeanne 172, 322 Huff, Myrtis 322 Huffman. Sandra 180 Huffman, Shirley 153, 250, 322 Hughes, Myrna 164, 305 391 Hughes, Phyllis 331 Hulbert, Larry 152, 232, 339 Hulsebus, Merlyn 80 Humphrey, John 202, 305 Humphrey, Richard 202 Hungary, Ramona 331 Hunt, John 13 Hunter, Elvis 113, 305 Hunter, James 113 Hunter, Roger 232, 339 Hurdle, Stuart 188, 339 Hurtt, Ann 184, 324 Huseman, Nancy 370 Hutchins, Mac 202, 339 Hyde, Kendell 305 -1- Ikeda, Edwin 322 Imset, Ole 86, 305 Innes, James 86 Irish, Paul 240, 339 Irvin, Patsy 146, 286 Israel, Nancy 180, 288 Iturrian, Ben 232, 253, 370 Iversen, Terry 188, 278, 339 -J- Jabori, Sikander 139, 370 Jackson, Gregg 224 Jackson, Karen 9, 46, 161 Jacobs, Junior 126, 305 Jacobs, Lena 153 Jacobson, David 339 Jacobson, Jimmy 151, 305 Jacobson, Richard 305 Jacquot, Raymond 322 Jansen, Sig 120, 134 Janssen, Phil 232, 322 Janulewicz, Edward 192, 322 Jay, Kenneth 122 Jelaca, Robert 305 Jenks, Edwin 149, 208, 305 Jennings, Charles 340 Jenny, John 129, 284, 322 Jenny, Philip 322 Jensen, Einar 349 Jensen, Garold 133, 339 Jensen, Kay 156, 240, 318 Jensen, Mary 340 Jensen, Mary Lou 108, 133, 322 Jeremiason, Judith 142, 168, 340 Jessen, Annelene 139, 318 Jessup, Susanne 168, 340 Jewett, Judith 24, 25 Jiranek, Sharon 322 Johanson, Karen 184, 244 Johns, Delman 126, 280 Johns, William 322 Johnson, Ann 184, 340 Johnson, Beverly 146, 162, 168, 337 Johnson, Darlene 180, 323 Johnson, Francis 340 Johnson, Gail 157, 249 Johnson, Janice 172, 323 Johnson, Jere 76, 340 Johnson, Jerry 322 Johnson, Jimmy 129, 305 Johnson, Laurie 146, 168, 244, 371 Johnson, Millard 220 Johnson, Paul 322 Johnson, Richard 202, 340 Johnson, Robert 305 Johnson, Robert V. 126, 136, 220, 337 Johnson, Sandra 119, 168, 246, 371 Johnson, Susan 305 Johnston, Daniel 202, 305 Johnston, Ralph 322 Johnstone, George 77, 143, 162, 278, 340 Jolley, Joseph 162 Jones, Clare 322 Jones, Jon 202, 340 Jones, Marian 305 Jones, Mary 156 Jones, Nelson 115 Jones, Peter 142, 143, 305 Jones, Robert 154, 340 176, 305 202, 322 68, 144, 305 132, 305 Joslyn, Kenneth 95, 152, 208, 278 Joy, Paul 129 Jozwiak, Gary 15, 76, 143 Jozwiak, Roger 340 Jung, Christian 192 Jones, Sharon Jones, Thomas Jones, William Jordan, Ralph -K- Kahl, Raymond 134 Kahleen, Karen 184, 338 Kallerud, Marie 184, 305 Kalokathis, Nick 133, 284, 322 ' Kaltenbach, Carl 130, 131, 142, 162, 198, 341 Kanlian, Sumbad 232, 305 Karcher, Herbert 60, 88, 305 Karstoft, Peggy 340 Kaser, Lee 126, 133, 283, 305 Kavalok, Anton 126, 208, 305 Kay, Judith 144, 153 Kayser, Robert 192 168, 244 135, 149 322 132, 157, 305 95, 340 305 224 Keating, Kari Kedl, Douglas Kee, Woo Sik Keele, Norman Keenan, Boyd Keener, Nancy Keeton, Stewart Keller, Anne 172 Kelley, Carolyn 152, 172, 314 Kellum, Larry 204, 340 Kelly, Daniel 192, 349 Kelsey, Martha 151, 176 Kendall, Gene 135, 306 Kendall, Keith 224, 306 Kepler, Kay 31, 48, 54, 146, 184, 324 Kercher, ShiHey 168, 340 Kern, Earl 156 Kerr, Roberta 147, 153, 248, 340 Keszler, Lawrence 188, 306 Keyser, Larry 322 Keyser, Madonna 306 Kidd, David 104 Kilian, Joyce 168, 249 Kilmer, Alvin 115, 130, 131, 198, 318 Kilmer, Karvin 151, 322 King, Francis 306 King, Karen 331 King, Susan 147, 168 Kingdon, Douglas 124, 157 Kingham, Mary 16, 17, 29, 68, 184, 288, 306 Kingsley, Robert 322 Kinkade, Jerry 323 Kinkade, KaH 340 Kinkade, Margaret 250 Kinnaman, Susan 340 Kirby, Robert 204 Kirk, Jill 142, 250 Kirlin, Lynn 236 Kiser, Dennis 236, 341 Kitchen, Gerald 121, 192 Kite, Rodney 240 Kline, Louis 34] Klingaman, Katherine 176 Klofkorn, Carla 134, 341 Klofkorn, Raymond 232, 323 Knapp, Lynn 371 Knoll, John 323 Knott, Melvin 306 ' Knotts, Calvin 323 Knouse, Susan 331 Kocherhons, Karen 18, 41, 150, 338 Kochiras, Dorothy 176 Kochiras, Nikie 176, 246 Kohout, James 204, 371 Kolarich, Roger 323 Korhonen 220, 283, 284, 323 Kosmicke, Joan 134, 147, 168, 244 Koster, Kenneth 91, 220 Krake, William 341 Kramer, Richard 126, 306 Kraus, Hans 220, 341 Kreps, Lester 224, 341 Krichbaum, Robert 220, 323 Kroger, Dietrich 86, 130, 323 Kronberger, Merilou 250 Krowski, Paul 204 Krueger, Kim 162, 224, 341 Kuczewski, Leonard 36, 76, 323 Kudar, Joseph 220, 286, 341 Kugland, Katherine 146, 184, 280, 281, 341 Kukowski, Helen 176, 323 Kumpf, Laura 154, 341 Kurtz, Kathryn 323 Kuypers, Thomas 69, 128, 162, 232, 284, 323 Kyle, Theodore 341 Kyriss, Loralee 250 -L- Lacis, Ingrid 306 Lacroix, William 224 Lacy, Donald 153, 306 Lacy, Julieann 176, 339 392 Lacy, Margaret 139, 150, 151, 176, 306 Lacy, Melvyn 114 Lagos, Phyllis 306 Laird, David 162,284,323 Lancaster, Helen 306 Lancaster, John 198 Landeen, James 341 Landeen, Jon 208, 278, 341 Landen, Wayne 135, 137, 306 Landes, Grant 323 Lane, Jerry 192, 341 Lane, Nancy 176 Lane, Thomas 76, 306 Lang, Karen 144 Langendorf, Edith 323 Laporte, Yvelise 306 Larsen, Edith 180, 341 Larson, John 192, 341 Larson, Lee 284, 306 Larson, Linda 180, 288, 323 Larson, Marie 323 Larson, Wilbur 117 Laughlin, Robert 232, 287, 341 Lawler, Daniel 220 Lawler, Robert 306 Lawrence, Donald 306 Lawrence, Larry 323 Lawson, Charles 129 Laya, George 120 Layman, Joan 146, 172, 247 Leavitt, Keith 154 Lee, William 76, 306 Lee, Zoe 250 Legler, Jerry 306 Legler, William 87, 220, 341 Legoski, Joann 147, 168 Leichtweis, Audrey 172, 339 Leichtweis, Donald 69, 126, 137, 150, 192, 306 Leister, Harold 76, 283, 330 Leman, Tommy 214, 306 Lemaster, Darlene 172, 247 Lembcke, Use 168, 340 Lemon, Melville 318 Lentz, Charlene 341 Lenz, Gene 204, 306 Lepper, Judith 176, 247 Lesh, Dean 208, 323 Lessey, Karl 323 Levasseur, Clytie 324 Leveque, Mary 323 Lewis, Edgar 114, 124 Lewis, Maren 164 Lewis, Russell 108, 151 Lewis, Sara 247 Liebmann 204, 341 Liebsack, Lajean 164, 341 Liebsack, Diehard 152, 341 Likins, Ellen 176, 341 Lind, Louise 306 Linnett, Linda 176, 306 Lively, Clarence 80 Livingston, Donald 204, 342 Lloyd, Edward 188 Loeper, Grace 244 Logan, Kathleen 144, 172, 247 Loghrey, Hal 208, 306 Logosz, Alroy 236, 307 Lohrenz, Judith 184, 246 Long, Dewey 342 Lone, Gilbert 324 Long, John 324 Long, Martha 168, 307 Long, Nancy 53, 59, 184, 246, 288 Longbottom, Richard 307 Loomis, Jacquelin 146, 164 Lopez, Joaquin 324 Lord, George 371 Lowell, Darryl 129, 324 Lowen, Gloria 342 Lubisher, Patricia 168, 307 Lucero, Anthony 324 Ludwig, Carol 139, 176, 342 Lundy, Sharon 146, 164, 342 Lupcho, Paul 308 Lutz, William 95, 204, 284, 324 Luzac, Lawrence 94, 129, 308 Lyke, Arthur 324 Lynch, John 192 Lynn, Sharon 180, 288, 324 Lyons, William 232 Lytle, Ronald 342 McPhee, Bonnie 153 McPhee, Marilyn 119, 344 McVay, Leonard 308 McWhinnie, Robert 126, 136, 137, 232, 308 McWilliams, Harold 153, 325 -M -MC- McAuliffe, Sandra 147, 164, 343 McCleave, Beverly 331 McClellan, Lavonne 308 McClenahan, Julian 118, 124, 232, 308 McClun, Jim 115, 240, 308 McColl, Angus 115 McConnell, Allen 152, 278, 343 McCormick, Jim 240, 325 McCormick, John 325 McCraken, Patricia 180 McCrary, Delwin 325 McCrary, Roland 220 McCue, Maryann 344 McCulloch, Clyce 325 McCulloch, Gay 244 McDaniel, Larry 204, 344 McDonald, Harold 308 McDonald, Patricia 180, 321 McGaw, Michael 126, 136, 308 McGill, John 76, 143, 220, 308 McGuire, Stuart 126, 132, 136, 137, 308 Mcllvaine, George 344 Mcintosh, William 308 McJunkin, Jacob 325 McKay, Donald 344 McKee, Arthur 28, 220, 325 McKelvey, Pam 53, 180, 280, 282, 325 McKelvey, Ted— 204, 344 McKie, Gwendolyn 127, 168, 344 McKinney, Harley 132 McKinney, Jacqueline 248 McKinney, Jane 244 McKnight, Loretta 152, 172, 341 McLaughlin, Dorothy 180, 282 McLaughlin, Kathleen 344 McLaughlin, Lin 146, 186, 322 McNulty, Thomas 76, 278, 344 Mabie, Richard 133 Macdonald, Norma 119, 164, 340 Macdougall, Bruce 343 Mackrille, Elizabeth 250, 342 Macnaughton, Lewis 84 Macy, Caroline 172, 342 Madden, Dale 60, 88, 357 Madrid, Joseph 128, 342 Madsen, Earl 192, 324 Magee, Marilyn 176 Magnussen, Christian 342 Magor, Leslie 307 Mahan, Ronald 129, 162, 188, 307 Maher, John 349 Mailander, Darryl 278 Maki, Gloria 249 Maki, Jerry 132 Mallery, David 307 Malouf, Shirley 138, 342 Manelis, John 133 Mancus, Doyle 342 Maninfior, Alma 245, 307 Marburger, Hazel 142, 342 Marechal, Andre 307 Margetts, Hubert 126, 307 Marks, Janet 176, 349 Marks, William 198 Marlatt, Duene 142, 250 Marley, Ray 133, 307 Martens, Valerie 180 Martin, Claude 324 Martin, David 204, 324 Martin, Diane 147, 168, 342, 349 Martin, Harold 342 Martin, Janet 150, 164 Martin, Ralph 220 Martino, Joseph 214, 307 Marushack, John 307 Matejovitz, Mary 57 Materi, Donald 342 Matheson, William 324 Mathewson, Ronald 67, 192, 307 Matteson, David 342 Matthews, Daryl 76, 342 Matthews, Robert 126, 133, 284, 324 Matthews, Thomas 232 Mauck, Vivienne 324 Maxfield, John 224, 343 Maxwell, Gerald 76, 91, 342 May, Richard 324 Mayer, Sanda 149, 164, 247 Mayland, Lucille 331 Mayland, Vesta 307 Mayland, Walter 224, 307 Mead, Michael 91 Mecca, James 342, 343 Mees, Eleanore 176 393 Mefford, William 307 Megeath, Joe 192, 342 Megeath, Samuel 307 Meier, Harold 307 Meier, Joan 307 Meike, Emma 248, 307 Meininger, Robert 324 Melcher, Bobette, 184, 298 Melton, Donald 307 Memmelaar, Dale 9, 73, 76, 307 Memmelaar, Frederick 76, 342 Mengel, Robert 151, 284 Menghini, Edward 343 Menghini, Patricia 144, 248, 343 Mentock, William 307 Meredith, Larry 240, 324 Merry, Welton 307 Metzler, Jane 41, 46, 172, 342 Metzler, Wesley 88, 307 Meyers, Cynthia 146, 172, 282, 343 Meyers, Raymond 198, 324 Michalowski, Carol 343 Michel, Robert 117, 232, 307 Middleswart, Milton 307 Middleton, Benny 88 Miknis, Francis 76, 143 Miles, Timothy 220 Miller, Arthur 232, 307 Miller, Charlotte 119, 146. 151, 343 Miller, Clinton 224, 324 Miller, Don 162, 192, 308 Miller, Douglas 343 Miller, Dwane 114 Miller, James 284 Miller, Michael 232 Miller, Patricia 249 Miller, Richard 123 Miller, Samuel 287 Miller, Terry 324 Miller, Thomas 308 Miller, Thomas 0. 198 Miller, Thomas P. 115 Miller, Virginia 308 Miller, William 91 Miller, Willa 324 Millhollin, Charles 343 Millsap, Sylvia 138, 343 Millward, Sharon 162, 180, 343 Milne, Margaret 142, 307 Milner, Joe 121 Miner, Alfred 308 Mirajuddin 115, 139, 308 Mishkind, David 128, 308 Miskimins, Larry 349 Misner, Douglas 240, 324 Mitchell, James 279 Mitchell, Judith 9, 186 Mitchum, Douglas 308 Moedl, Shirley 154, 249, 325 Mohammad, Shah 308, 343 Moleton, Gerald 308 Moleton, Sharon 308 Molnar, Louis 343 Monroe, Ronald 353 Montgomery, Max 325 Montgomery, Patricia 119, 153, 168, 343 Moody, Dennis 210, 278, 343 Moore, Clifford 325 Moore, James 142, 344 Moore, John 136 Moran, Daniel 76, 343 Moran, Patrick 86, 343 Moreland, Morey 91 Mores, Cecelia 308 Morgan, Ann 186, 246 Morgan, Susan 186 Morgan, Ted 325 Morris, Edward 325 Morris, Phillys 121, 151 Morris, Roberta 151 Morse, Jayne 142, 147, 248 Mortimer, William 194, 278 Moses, George 232, 325 Moss, Donald 214, 325 Moss, Richard 129, 308 Mower, Robert 308 Mowrer, Ronald 232, 371 Moyer, James 118, 124, 325 Mullendore, Gaylord 194, 370 Muller, John 129, 232, 253, 278, 343 Munson, Louise 308 Muratore, Paul 76, 308 Murdock, Karen 245 Murdock, Sharon 244 Murdock, Stanley 55, 133, 143, 325 Murphy, Edward 129, 308 Murphy, Mary 343 Murphy, Peggy Ann 138, 186, 342 Muti, Mohammad, 139, 308 Myers, Gary 232, 253, 278, 343 Myers, Lanny 240, 343 Myers, Penelope 245 -N- Nabi, Ghulam 153, 308 Nadasdy, Ferenc 86, 139, 344 Nagel, Robert 232, 286 Namminga, Norma 344 Nash, Jerry 325 Nauman, Sandra 127, 153, 343 Neal, Frank 131, 220, 309 Neal, Gordon 133, 325 Neal, Thomas 162, 240, 371 Neaves, Edgar 135, 309 Nelson, Albert 132 Nelson, Audrey 246 Nelson, Barbara 108, 309 Nelson, Carol 151, 249 Nelson, Donna 142, 147, 309 Nelson, Dorothy 164, 309 Nelson, Edward 204, 344 Nelson, Fern 164 Nelson, Helen 164 Nelson, Julius 154, 309 Nelson, Laurence 69, 309 Nelson, Shirley 156, 245, 344 Nelson, William G. 80 Nelson, William L. 137, 204 Nesbit, Marilyn 176 Netherton, Billie 37, 95, 309 Neu, Rubin 325 Newton, Lois 168, 247 Nicholls, Shirley 41, 138, 248 Nichols, Frank 325 Nielsen, Gerald 81 Niethold, Edgar 91, 143 Niethold, Robert 91, 143 Nimmo, Bonnie 164, 344 Nisbet, Mary Jane 146, 164 Noble, Kenneth 309 Noble, Robert 122 Nolan, Royce 129, 325 Norman, Donald 232 Northrup, Mary 164, 296 Norton, Joan 157, 249, 325 Novotny, John 118, 124, 309 Nowlan, Constance 176, 344 Nussbaum, Geraldine 371 Nye, James 135 Nye, Larry 232 Nyquist, Arthur 114, 118, 124, 325 Noonan, Ellen 309 Noonan, Patrick 309 -O- O ' Connell, Donald 162, 341 O ' Connor, Barbara 41, 176, 343 Oeland, Elizabeth 245 O ' Farrell, Dennis 107, 121, 210, 325 O ' Farrell, Edwina 180, 325 O ' Farrell, Robert 135 Offe, Darrell 349 O ' Grady, John 77, 344 Olejnik, Richard 309 Olsen, Frances 325 Olson, Andrew 309 Olson, Dorothy 146, 164, 244 Olson, Jack 344 Olson, Raylin 224 Omar, Mohammad 325 O ' Melia, Marial 69, 162, 184, 288, 300 O ' Melia, Patty 67, 172, 288, 309 Orr, Donald 73, 76, 194, 309 Orr, Robert 210, 344 Osborne, Donna 37 Osborne, Kay 108, 180, 344 Osbourn, Mary 16, 17, 282 Oslund, Jack 121, 220, 344 Otto, Paul 134, 309 -P- Paine, Betty Jo 41, 147, 172, 280, 282 Palmer, Gerald 344 Palmer, Ruth 125 Palmer, Samuel 122 Palmour, Vernon 129, 309 Panos, Robert 236, 309 Park, Wee 152, 240, 309 Parker, Clay 55, 162, 210, 325 Parker, Freeda 184, 246, 280, 282 Parker, Larry 115 Parkison, Martha 127, 157, 244, 344 Parks, Peggy 248, 309 394 Parsons, Lyn 146, 186, 325 Pasquini, Marc 162, 214 Patch, Shirley 344 Patch, Walter 115, 309 Patik, Kathleen 309 Patrick, Hunter 109, 345 Patrick, Lottie 248, 345 Patrick, Lynne 248, 345 Patterson, Harry 325 Patterson, Lloyd 129, 309 Paulson, Peggy 146, 168 Pavlovich, Ray 126, 136, 309 Payne, James 194 Pearson, Edward 210, 326 Pearson, Warren 188 Peeks, Veronica 248 Pelesky, Gerald 236, 326 Pelissier, Jack 142 Pelissier, Suzanne 309 Percival, Dorothy 176, 345 Perkins, Twylah 164, 345 Perry, Doris 186 Perry, Earl 132 Peter, Gilbert 123 Peters, Evelyn 248 Peters, Gary 220 Petersen, Martin 132, 309 Peterson, Aldeen 119, 245, 321 Peterson, Dareta 156 Peterson, Jayen 248, 309 Peterson, John 278 Peterson, Lyle 132, 188, 326 Peterson, Max 204, 349 Peterson, Nancy 168, 319 Peterson, Peter 95, 309 Peterson, Robin 236, 309 Peterson, Ronald 224 Peterson, Susan 172, 345 Peticolas, Esther 176, 326 Petsch, Fred 115, 309 Petty, Ralph 76, 326 Pfeifer, Gerald 135, 309 Phelps, Frank 345 Phillips, Bonnie 166 Phillips, John D. 326 Phillips, John R. 309 Phillips, Kathleen 345 Phillips, Kent 309 Phillips, Linda 48, 56, 59 Phillips, Lynn 152, 244 PhilUps, Shirley 326 Picard, Ardis 166, 244 Pierantoni, Sandra 326 Pierce, Gary 232, 326 Pierson, Jane 174, 326 Pierson, Kay 326 Pierson, Jerry 326 Pinegar, Douglas 188, 278, 345 Pinegrey, Jerry 153, 309 Pinney, Joe 99, 310 Pinson, Jackie 166, 326 Pippitt, Larry 114, 124, 232 Pittman, Leroy 310 Piatt, Charles 150, 151, 240, 345 Piatt, Vernon 224 Plum, Janice 153, 250 Plumb, Ronald 326 Poehler, Lloyd 326 Poirot, Joseph 220, 345 Poledna, Helen 326 Poison, Thomas 220 Pond, Duane 126, 310 Pond, Mary 326 Ponder, Bobby 310 Porter, Don 326 Porter, Harry 349 Porter, Suzanne 157, 250 Potter, Myrna 151, 182 Powell, Linda 119 Powers, Pat 345 Powers, Thomas 287 Prahl, Robert 88, 91, 326 Preis, Donna 174, 324 Preis, Louise 247 Preston, Donald 345 Preston, James 240, 345 Prevedel, Iris 251 Price, Richard 28, 220, 326 Prilook, Ruby 326 Proano, Manuel 86, 344 Proffit, Donald 158 Proffit, Jerry 224 Proffit, John 224, 310 Proffit, Larry 157, 345 Prostel, Helga 331 Puett, John 232 Pugh, Merlyn 284, 326 Pullum, Richard 326 Pummill, Linda 147, 182, 246 Purintun, Lynn 119 Putnam, James 120, 134, 194, 310 _Q- Ouerard, John 28, 124, 312 -R- Rabou, Robert 345 Radford, John 310 Rahonce, Marian 166, 326 Raines, John 240, 287, 345 Rankin, Gerald 204 Rao, Paruchuri 295 Rardin, Max 226, 326 Rasmussen, Carl 326 Rasmussen, Karen 127, 138, 345 Rasmus sen, Richard 105, 106, 121. 240, 283, 310 Ratliff, Terry 245 Rawhouser, Marvin 310 Ray, Eugene 220 Raymond, John 188, 326 Read, Charles 153, 326 Read, Mark 240, 287, 345 Reay, Robert 132, 310 Reber, Kay 168, 282, 326 Reed, Larry 345 Reed, Robert 134 Reed, Ronald 210, 345 Reed, Shirley 182, 326 Reid, Juliet 170, 344 Rein, Marlene 250, 326 Reinke, Elanine 245, 325 Reitz, Michael 132, 137, 326 Renkel, Joan 57, 186, 326 Rennick, Roger 194 Revere, Ray 310 Reynolds, Daniel 132, 310 Reynolds, Edward 310 Reynolds, Nathan 210, 326 Rhynsburger, Robert 283, 287 Ribble, Franklin 126, 135, 310 Ribble, George 242 Richard, Carol 174, 327 Richard, Kay 296 Richards, Julee 164, 166 Richardson, Jack 226 Richardson, Noel 226, 345 Richardson, Ralph 134 Richmond, Jack 194, 327 Richmond, Sarah 170, 327 Ricks, Don 310 Ridgway, Betsy 119 Riekstins, Irene 310 Ries, Richard 132, 232, 327 Rikmanis, Edgar 345 Riley, Barbara 176, 327 Riley, Leo 310 Rimmer, Thomas 126, 132, 137, 310 Rininger, Richard 284 Rizzi, William 327 Robb, John 126, 136, 232, 327 Robb, Peggy 46, 48, 176, 310 Robbins, Cleora 327 Robbins, Cleta 327 Robbins, David 226, 310 Roberts, Alfred 122 Roberts, William 115 Robertson, George 242, 283, 345 Robertson, Harry 132, 310 Robinson. Bill 129. 310 Robinson, Paul 55, 69. 226. 283, 285, 310 Robinson, Philip 194, 327 Roby, James 194 Rodda, Michael 232, 345 Rodriguez, Virginia 327 Rogers, Jay 327 Rogers, Linda 151, 176 Rollison, Harold 327 Rolston, Lyle 115, 130, 131, 198, 310 Rooney, Armena 327 Rosburg. Diana 249 Rosendahl, Finn 86. 327 Rosene, Susan 138, 174 Rosentreter, Larry 129, 310 Rounds, James 136, 210, 310 Roupp, David 194 Roussalis, Louis 346 Royer, Leroy 310 Royer, Robert 232, 327 Ruehr, Ann 310 Ruehr, Benno 327 Rufi, Gene 113, 327 Rumney, Elizabeth 138, 147, 249. 286 Rumney. James 130, 131. 198. 345 Rupp, Richard 327 Rusch, James 346 395 Rush, Judy 144, 248, 327 Ruskanen, Andrew 105, 107, 311 Russell, Imo 138, 144, 250, 346 Russell, Coralie 346 Russell, Frank 311 Russell, Larry 346 Russell, Ada 138, 152, 251, 346 Rutherford, Joyce 327 Ruttinger, Pat 182, 246 Ryan, Mitchell 311 Ryan, Thomas 214 Rynalski, Robert 135,311 Ryun, Judy 48, 170 -S- Sackett, Robert 115 Sagara, Norman 311 Sahibzada, Zohuruddin 327 Sailors, Don 118, 162, 319 Sakmar, Francis 77, 346 Salsbury, Stanley 115 Samford, Lester 311 Sampson, Judith 186, 311 Sampson, Molly 119, 174, 245 Sams, Glen 88 Samuelson, Lawrence 233 Sanchez, Joe 226, 278 Sandahl, James 233, 311 Sandman, Korine 170, 321 Sanford, Barbara 144, 146, 166, 247 Sanger, Charles 115, 233, 311 Sarcletti, Ray 327 Satterfield, Thorn 132, 188, 311 Saul, Richard 327 Savidge, Robert 327 Sawaya, Winifred 127 Sawtell, Carl 349 Sawyer, David 210, 346 Sawyer, Robert 73, 77, 327 Saxton, Dal 28, 150, 151, 220, 327 Saxton, James 311 Saxton, Margaret 331 Schaefer, Jay 114, 124, 204 Schaffer, Richard 188 Scheele, Coral 311 Scheele, Ralph 349 Schenk, Clifford R. 153, 278 Schipporeit, W. 311 Schlaikjer, Mary 186, 311 Schlupp, Nancy 146, 183, 346 Schmer, Lynn 117, 126, 132 Schmidt, Susan 186, 346 Schmidt, William 126 Schmoldt, Dale 226, 311 Schnell, Richard 73, 77, 143, 346 Schnupp, William 284 Schottroffe, Jessie 166, 247 Schueler, Leo 311 Schwabrow, Carol 174, 327 Schwid, Julie 174, 302 Scott, Carl 60, 88 Scott, Ann 282 Scott, Earl 204, 327 Scott, Judy 146, 166 Scott, Merrill 283 Scott, Mildred 178 Scott, Robert 214, 327 Scott, William 126, 132 Searcy, Jerry 279 Seaverson, Louis 210, 311, 346 Sedgwick, Clara 142, 147, 248, 327 Sedlacek, Robert 311 Sedlacek, Adam 115, 117 Seipp, Larry 283, 311 Sievert, Judith 248 Sellers, Barbara 147, 178, 248, 346 Seltenrich, Jane 182 Seltzer, Sylvia 109, 327 Serres, Kenneth 115, 130, 131, 198, 311 Sessions, Del 126, 327 Shaeffer, Jill 186 Shafer, Judith 311 Shaffer, Hubert 214, 311 Shaffer, John 113, 233, 319 Shaffer, Thomas 131, 327 Shallman, Sheraldean 154 Sham, Ghulam 311 Shanley, Jean 176, 311 Shaver, Fred 126, 133, 137 Shawver 311 Shawver, Larry 220, 287, 346 Shea, Kathryn 327 Sheedy, Bryan 346 Shelton, Cora 26, 95, 127, 178, 345 Shelton, Glen 126, 153, 283, 284, 327 Shepherd, James 327 Sheppard, Darrell 204, 311 Sheppard. Robert 204, 286, 311 Shepperson, Sally 142, 146, 346 Sherman, Donald 157, 311 Sherrill, Marvin 311 Sherwin, Mary 328 Sherwood, Paul 214 Shilling, Charles 134 Shillinglaw, Jo 26, 146, 182, 345 Shipp, Gordon 311 Shoemaker, Leslie 27, 29, 46, 182 Shubert, Mark 328 Shufeldt, Florence K. 328 Sidebottom, Charles 88 Siebold, Gary 152, 328 Simon, Anita 186, 288 Simonson, Joe 346 Simpson, Delmyrna 150, 182, 311 Sims, David 95, 346 Sims, William 253, 346 Sinn, Jack 328 Sinner, Leroy 188, 328 Sipos, Suzanne 134, 139, 178, 346 Siren, Jay 240, 328 Sixta, Doris 311 Skaug, Jan 86, 162, 311 Skelton, Irvin 188, 328 Skiles, Mason 114, 115, 130, 311 Skinner, Mary 311 Skretteberg, Forrest 312 Skyles, Nancy 163, 166, 322 Slagle, Delmar 115, 328 Slagowski, Jay 194 Small, Cynthia 174 Small, Phillip 134, 194 Smith, Dean 233, 346 Smith, Donald 221 Smith, Dwayne 226, 347 Smith, George 312 Smith, Gerald 120, 133, 312 Smith, James 122 Smith, Jolene 312 Smith, Judith 147, 163, 182 Smith, Karen 312 Smith, Margaret 178 Smith, Mary 154, 246 Smith, Melvin 312 Smith, Robert 117 Smith, Sandra 146, 182, 347 Smith, Tucker 278 Smolinski, Mark 14, 77, 134, 347 Smothermon, Jerry 132, 283, 312 Smyth, Pat 15, 54, 77, 143, 330 Snyder, Clifford 77, 143, 210, 278, 347 Soderholm, Bruce 188 Solaas, Larry 151 Sorensen, Ralph 233, 284, 319 Sothan, Douglas 328 Spain, Phyllis 182, 347 Spangler 226 Speckner, Carolyn 328, 349 Spence, Robert 347 Spencer, James 133, 328 Speigelberg, Steven 233, 328 Splitt, Carl 312 Spradling, Donald 328 Spreng, Carol 48, 328 Sprout, Shirley 312 Stall, Sidney 126 Stall, William 105, 121, 312 Stanfield, Richard 124, 133, 233, 284, 328 Stanton, Richard 312 Stapp, Richard 136 Stark, Stanley 153, 233, 347 Stark, Theda 59, 147, 153, 248, 328 Starks, James 328 Starr, Robert 328 Steadman, Don 233 Steadman, Martha 312 Stebner, Ronald 221 Steege, Ray 312 Stegelman, Alfred 328 Stensaas, Leonard 328 Stenvick, Jean 119, 244 Stephens, Richard 133 Stepp, Lyn 178 Stevens, Ethel 156, 328 Stewart, John 132 Stock, Richard 312 Stockhouse, Axel 312 Stofflet, Franklin 328 Stohrer, Joseph 194 Stone, Loren 135, 313 Stone, Pal 347 Stout, Martha 244 Stoutamore, Floyd 328 Straley, Franklin 312 Strand, Irene 328 Strand, Judy 134, 170, 349 Strand, Nancy 174, 347 396 Strieker, Kathleen 250 Stroh, Charles 129, 312 Strong, Lawrence 226, 347 Stroup, Alonzo 132, 312 Strube, Donald 136 Strube, Elizabeth 186 Stuber, Roger 242 Stugart, David 121, 347 Stump, Craig 236, 312 Stump, Louise 134, 170, 244 Stumpff, Sharon 37, 174, 328 Sturdevant, Gayle 328 Sue, Richard 77, 204, 287, 347 Sulenta, Helen 119, 182 Sullivan, Mary 146, 186, 288, 347 Sullivan, Michael 194, 347 Sullivan, Richard 221 Sullivan, Sally 244 Sundquist, John 129 Suranyi, Edward 210, 312 Surber, Gene 349 Surline, Richard 312 Swartz, James 328 Swindler, Joann 166, 328 Syverson, William 134, 312 Szabo, Matthias 236 -T- Taggart, David 221, 328 Taggart, Fred 328 Taggart, Jean 178, 347 Takach, Eugene 126 Talbert, Janice 147, 151, 166 Talovich, Mary 147, 182, 347 Tamvakis, John 86, 132, 139, 328 Tanner, Kathryn 151 Tanner, Vernon 286 Tate, Robert 204, 312 Tatman, Charles 149 Taylor, Diana 146, 174, 347 Taylor, Evelyn 182 Taylor, George 328 Taylor, Harriet 152, 178, 347 Taylor, Hervert 77, 143 Taylor, Suzanne 347 Taylor, Will 137 Taylor, William 312 Telck, Margaret 154, 248, 347 Templeton, Jo 144, 249, 347 Tennant, Sherry 347 Tepoel, Harold 126 Terry, Cleo 328 Teter, Gerald 242, 329 Thayer, Luella 244 Thomas, Joe 320 Thompson, James 312 Thompson, Janice 31, 127 Thompson, John 347 Thompson, Terry 278 Thompson, Truman 129 Thoren, Donald 162, 194, 332 Thorne, Robert 204 Thorpe, Patrick 95 Thorpe, Shirley 144, 174, 244 Thorson, Thomas — 233, 329 Threet, Mary 154 Thurman, Mariella 329 Tihen, Barbara 127 Tihen, William 117, 149 Tikkaner, Lois 154, 302 Timmermeyer, Richard 284 Tippets, Marcia 41, 174, 282 Tisdale, Thomas 142 Titus, Richard 221 Toftely, Gary 129, 194, 284, 329 Tonn, Terrence 329 Totten, Clifton 15, 77, 330 Totter, Lorena 154 Townsend, Carol 347 Townsend, Waldron 135, 137, 312 Trabookis, George 253, 312 Tracey, John 312 Tracy, John 312 Traverse, Enrique 86 Trelease, Frank 126, 136, 283, 312 Trenholm, James 204, 313 Trevino, Danny 56 Trosper, Cherrie 249 Trower, Alice 329 Tucker, Benny 220 Tully, George 149 Turk, Dallas 313 Turner, Grace 151 Tynsky, Joseph 347 -W- -U- Udewitz, Norman 313 Ulrich, Carolyn 244 Llrich, Robert 9, 194, 349 Underwood, Harry 136, 329 Uthoff, Herbert 371 -V- Van Stratton, Kent 348 Vance, Gaynell 246 Van Cleave, Jon 126, 135, 233, 329 Van Court, Sharon 147, 250 Vandel, James 136, 233, 329 Vandel, Richard 348 Vandenberg, Barbara 329 Vandenberg, Shirley 174 Vasileff, Vasil 86, 132, 139, 221, 329 Vass, Anita 348 Vass, Linda Lee 37, 186 Vaudrey, Barbara 178, 244 Veile, Patricia 41, 166, 348 Veitch, Stuart 329 Verley, Larry 279 Ver Straten, Stanley 130, 198 Vines, Nelda 125, 163, 166, 322 VonKrosigk, Patsy 313 Von Ruden, Joan 119, 348 Vorpahl, Ben 233, 313 Vos, Ray 135, 242, 283, 329 Vosler, Christian 329 Voss, Wayne 221, 329 Vyvey, Larry 198, 348 Wadleigh, Wayne 226 Waggoner, Kells 126, 313 Wagner, Eleanore 48, 250 Wagner, Randall 109, 121, 313 Walden, Jim 11, 19, 59, 77, 143, 210, 329 Waliser, Karen 286 Walker, Glenn 126, 233, 329 Walker, John 77, 313 Wall, Cloey 226, 329 Wain, Robert 133, 313 Walter, Florence 329 Walters, Donna 138, 329 Walters, Richard 329 Wampler, Robert 210, 329 Warburton, Robert 313 Warfield, Ruthanne 174 Warner, Gwendolyn 331 Warren, Darlea 157, 246 Warrick, Donald 313 Wasden, John 30 Wasden, Thomas 114, 157, 329 Washburn, Doris 170, 244 Wasserburger, John 130, 131, 198, 348 Watchorn, Marlene 146, 166, 329 Waters, Edith 178, 329 Waters, Sharon 329 Watkins, Gay 57, 181, 282, 313 Watkins, Rosemary 147, 182, 246 Watne, Marshall 371 Watson, Sandra 329 Watt, David 242, 278, 348 Watt, Elizabeth 152, 174, 244, 282 Watt, James 67, 194, 314 Watt, Lelani 125, 138, 313 Watt, Robert 204, 348 Waugh, Janet 246, 282 Webber, Kurt 329 Weber, Duane 56, 126, 242, 320 Webster, Caroline 329 Wells, Katherine 329 Wendell, Larry 126, 280 Wendt, Carole 182, 348 Wendt, Patrick 210, 329 Wendt. Sally , 119, 348 West, Earline 138, 238, 329 West, Sharon 313 West, Wyoma 250, 329 Westedt, Kent 142 Wham, James 313 Wheeler, Larry 122, 226, 283 Wheeler, Larry R. 99, 118, 124, 286, 313 While, Robert 242, 329 Whipple, Clarence 253 Whipps, James 153, 278 White, Jerry 329 White, Robert 279 White, Ronald 162 White, Victor 348 Whitefoot, Harold 81 Whitfield, Marguerite 313 Whitlock, Rodney 31. 48 Whittaker. Arnold 278 397 Whittingham, Mary 248 Wiant, Betty 348 Wiberg, Arland 132, 136, 313 Wheeler, Pat 99, 127 Widick, Carolyn 246 Widman, Edwin 348 Wight, Delman 77, 143, 348 Wilhelm, Ronald 114, 115, 313 Wilkinson, Jerry 77, 95, 143, 330 Willard, Loren 221, 348 Wille, Oliver 313 Will Will iams. Dale ?, Dixie Williams, John 226, 313 Will Will 158 138, 250 ams, Joseph 226, 278 ams, Lee 313 Williams, Milton Williams, Richard Williams, Richard Williams, Russell Williamson, Gary Willis, Brent Willis, Helen Willox, James Wilmoth, Jon Wilson, Benny Wilson, Henry 204 348 162, 287 233 347 136, 158 153, 251, 330 204 233, 313 204, 286 152 Wilson, Kenneth 348 Wilson, Leroy 126, 135, 137, 313 Wilson, Nancy 313 Wilson, Patricia 174, 330 Wilson, Robert 120, 134, 313 Windis, Anthony 13, 38, 80 Windom, Larry 348 Wingett, Wendell 221, 287 Winn, Gerald 115 Winterbottom, Rodney 135, 137, 283, 313 Wise, Howard 253 Witt, Iris 144, 244 Wolhert, Kerry 348 Wold, Tor 330 Wolf, Jacqueline 166 Wolff, Louis 330 Wolff, Vanya 147, 246 Wongwai, William 284 Wood, Ira 121, 330 Woodhouse, Donald 283, 285; 313 Woods, Rene 151, 166, 370 Woolington, James 370 Worman, Roger 153 Worthen, Carolyn 178, 246, 370 Wotowey, Jerry 221, 370 Wray, Robert 154, 370 Wright, Connie 147, 330 Wright, Frank 55, 204, 330 Wright, Larry 348 Wright, Wayne 313 Wyatt, William 330 Wyman, Marvin 370 -Y- Yeager, Lorin 330 Yohe, Wanda 186, 330 Yorgason, Ira 313 Yorio, Franklin 330 York, Steven 188, 371 Yother, Larry 149, 330 Youker, Roy 77, 370 Young, Floyd 88, 370 Young, Gayle 370 Young, Janie 144, 245 Young, Melinda 109, 178, 370 Young, Susan 166, 370 -Z- Yant, Joanne 178, 330 Zacher, Linda 178, 370 Zahler, Francis 330 Zakovich, Marlene 313 Zell, Margaret 174, 347 Zellner, Robert 77, 129, 313 Zivney, James 313 Zoellick, Harry 95, 348 Zuech, Frank 118, 330 Zulauf, Wilburt 330 Zumbrunnen, Katherine 174, 244 Zumo, Charles 330 Zumo, Jasper 330 Zupence, Rudy 313 Zume, Joseph 370 398 399 m The last sob-story of the book. The staff for this year ' s book had fun. Our only trouble came from class pictures and was of a nature the average reader can ' t understand, therefore it won ' t be mentioned. All that is necessary to say is that the staff — all of them ended up spending nights trying to figure out who was who and who went where and why it was so important anyway. Most of the members of the staff were the kind every editor dreams of finding. That is, most of the time. Exceptions were: Sylvia Seltzer and Barbara Nelson who kept trying to ski, with the results that on one crucial week, Sylvia was in the hospital for an operation. Not bad, except the week before Barbara had sprained both legs and was on crutches. And then there was Russ Lewis. He got the flu and became so entranced with the infirmary nurses that we couldn ' t find him for a week. Peggy Blackwell spent her time trying to find out secrets that were none of her business and the remainder of the time cussing finance committee members. Mary Lou Jen- sen had a husband to take care of, Sandi Dickensheets, a beau friend, and Diane Markley, one hundred and one million activities. Melinda Young, Mary Smith and Mary Ann Haak served out their apprenticeships without pay but with lots of experience in silly little time-consuming boring jobs. All very necessary and important in the end. Kay Osborne tried without success to find some sense in this world, and gave up after her ninth bout with the class section. Not on the staff but deserving mention is Howard Donley who served as mother, general housekeeper, and chief bottle washer too many nights. Thanks also goes to Wayne Hadley, Bob Shaffer and Don Merback of Myers Yearbook Co., for their patience with a deadline-missing, ab- sent-minded, full-of-foolishness staff. Carole Donley — Editor Editor — Carole Donley Bus. Mgr. — Sandi Dickensheets Organizations — Peggy Blackwell Feature — Diane Markely Sports — Russ Lewis Class — Kay Osborne, Barbara Nelson Copy — Sylvia Seltzer, Melinda Young Greek — Mary Lou Jensen, Mary Smith, Mary Ann Haak 400 Photo Credits: Randy Wagner, Herb Pownell, Joe Kay, Bill Harvey, Pat Patrick, Dennis O ' Farrell, Ron Dalley, Showalter, Grosjean, Casper Chamber of Commerce, Wyoming Highway Department, Wyoming Travel Commission, Union Pacific Railroad, Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, Leo- nard Nadel, Los Angeles. YEARBOOKS f 11. ■• ' ■V « : . " . y. :t-j V .J ■

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