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editor , betty millsaps assistant chuck smith features, royalty doreen hawkins academics sue svenson sports torn treick organizations hiro chhatpar living groups laurie schliske classes barb everist John romanovich cover design chuck smith as as Si m Si j , S . -S y m- — photos, dave lippman ' iJMf! : photography Hermann dueweke index kristi iarsen copy pam maxam published by taylor publishing company, dallas, texas; reger dahlin, representative: 6ave gilbert, faculty advisor table of contents O foreword ooo 3 O introduction 4 o o o 27 O features 28 o o o 65 O royalty 66 o o o 91 O academics 92 ooo 127 O sports 128 o o o 169 O organizations 170ooo229 O living groups 230ooo331 O classes 332ooo389 O directory 390 o o o 422 Wi ' A V ' .j-- -: ' pasiaaiowRiif .- 1970 ooo a year of blacK and white 00 of passion and apathy of flowers, of fire . . of a lunar triumph and earthly catas- trophes 000 of love, of mirth, of wrath, of antipathy 000 1970 c a study in contrasts. John henberg hm: : :Bmmm: i. ym, ' ' ;m} -photo, John henberg ■f ' .: -photo John henberg rjaKST-syfir •■? ' , -■ with reminders of the past, introduction I i I i ' -.« t ' ,7- f the pov erj f masked by he affluence, page , in+roducfion 1 ' W0 3 hard nights, the naive -pho+03, Hermann duewelce and the blase; page i i iri+rodudi ' : tul ' -• ' ■ " " .f " ' : yiM- ' 0M introduction fijim fU-f M f n-n ' the agony of frustration; ' t m; M . and its distortions •photos, top left, jim Stewart; John henberg. irtroductiof! ■•? ' -!ssr many entrances, poqe US introdiiction n; f¥ ' v ' B. ' i -% ' .-.■ ' Ws lJ»M W V- . ' ' i ' v. ,. ' ; ' %.• - m, r " ' - ' ' mum c r. c r Ij E r L c c 1 % SK : ' the infinite roads, -photo, bob christensen introduction — photo, John hen the sacred and the profane, Bf -photo, bob chris+ensen introduction many responsibilities, page 24 introduction k.ffi ■• ■■ ' but few privileges; ■wgaflcspjra—iEyaroMwiFil — photo, torn freick S.: ' v. -V ' ,, - -photo, Hermann dueweke until, sometimes, only the dregs remained. page 27 introduction i 1 ' ■4 S i , " :- v: -i. ,: i ;:;; f,iij v « » " , ' i- ,. features f-:-:t%mm o activities o o school life the campus the comi iinity the nation u.w. was a myriad of frM IIHIH fnass; yet , sober, Imehow, al asserted imself, triumphed in Te hush of drifting low, in the pungent scent of musty JaljS|J leaves, found solal last in the univep ' often-ignored features . . . 1 M nofc Of Mlit uU 0 ■ — art, hire chhatpar — art, hire chhatpar F (IS i Xf C h I 4 kfPfP JOI- ' fJ G»YLO» ' r L.t± 4e jF k UNIVERSITY of WYOMING LAHAMIK. WVOMINO STUDENT lOgNTIPICATION CAHO rj: No. 6460 VMM I. • CA«o f VM.M mmk,w w i The Beginning, page 33 m( m ' ■ ' ;i 1 " HBK " ' -f ' . ¥» ! 11 -?• — photos, university photo And the end. service page 36 features — photos, torn treick The rush was on — Members of Greek organizations arrived on the UW campus a week early to plan — the rushees invaded- Laramie a week before registration to get in on the fun! In the flurry of new acquaintances and new surroundings, 325 girls began the week to decide if Greek life was for them. " Which group are you in? " " What should I wear? " " Are you scared? " " What ii your name? " " What is your major? " " Where are you from? " — first night down — and everyone was tired, but lights burned in many windows as Greeks discussed interested girls, and interested girls crossed their fingers and dreamed. Tensions eased toward the middle of the week when the Greeks entertained in grand style! Skits and melodramas — house tours and singing. The girls wound it up Saturday night and issued bids Sunday. On the other side of the row — the men were just plunging into a week of tiring excitement. Sorority girls helped the men with entertainment, and when it was all over — the bright lights dimmed and Greeks settled down to study. The emotional M « page 38 features til w— w--- ' j- v-i ■j r Avstv; ; ' ii — photos, bob christensen And mental hang-ups. — photo, John henberg Homecoming, 1969 — a sparkling gold weekend amid the deep brown of winter. The old grey fieldhouse tingled with music for the Iron Skull Sing — the KKr were over-all winners. In the women ' s division AAA took first, IIB second. In the men ' s division, it was ATQ first and 2N second. The high point of the night was the crowning of the queen. The parade over-all winners were AAA; IIB$ took first in women ' s and 2N in men ' s and — the Pok. es won again page 40 features There were some things for everyone, — photos, bob christensen But, in others, only a few could share. — photos, Hermann duewelte page 42 features They lived in the dorms, in sorority and fraternity hous- es. . . in married . student housing, on campus and off ... in apart- ments and trailers. page 44 feafures I vol i M PI . i» iv US r tn ui 4. M BF i ' S-o ' U: i n r SECT OS A- A r SECTION B-8 Vt t 4» 0: Something old — such as a map, or the Wyoming W and the octopus tree — a kiss for your sweetheart . . . they ' ve been here as long as anyone can remember. Something new — the science center and the new modern classroom building . . . one could spend hours gazing at the patterns on the wall. Each new bit of knowledge is a different shade of a different color for everyone. What does the future hold? What does each color stand for? Only time will tell. -color photos by bob christensen, John henberg art by hiro chhaptar But they all perceived the campus through different eyes, i page 46 features — photos, center bob christensen John henberg Looked to the larger community beyond. -photo, John henberg — photo, nasa, Houston, texas •»a. ' ■m moon; we DW vli; ■tf . I- Friday, Sept. 26, 1969 Viet moratorium begins Oct. 15 to end the war Plans are already being made for the University of Wyoming ' s participation in the Vietnam Mora- torium which begins with a nation- al day of doorto-door campaigns, teach-ins, rallies and vigils October 15th. The Moratorium Committee, headquartered in Washington, D.C., and composed of former McCarthy and Kennedy for President cam- paigners, has called for everyone interested in ending the war in Vietnam to pass up " business as usual " on October 15th and devote the time to working against the war. The Moratorium has received the endorsement of the National Amer- icans for Democratic Action, the National Student Association, the New Mobilization Committee and the National New Democratic Co- alition. They witnessed interna- tional wars, and anguished confrontations at home. — art, hiro chhatpar page 49 iPeatures -photo, university photo service They heard the great, " Garrison ' s whole case was a fantastic frame; you could smell the varnish a mile away even while it was being done ... I refuse to be ruined by a paranoid prosecutor. " — Clay Shaw, in an address November 12 before the UW student body And the famous; — photo, Hermann dueweke page 51 features " There is very little hope In arguing with revolutionaries, because their actions de- rive from a series of random gestures in a time of abstract confusion. " — William F. Buckley April?, 1970. ... America ' s greatest trumpet showman, in person and his ex- citing all-star show ... " — The Laramie Daily Boomerang, October 25. 1969 " The crowd literally danced in the aisles when the Grass Roots came to town. Playing at War Memorial Fieldhouse Friday night, the four Califor- nians gave their audience a look at the style which has made them one of the top rock groups in the country. " — The Branding Iron, October 29, 1969 " Wednesday evening ' s program will Include ' The Four Tempera- ments, ' an expression in dance and music of the ancient notion that the human organism is made up of four different humors, melancholic, sangulnic, phlegmatic and choleric; ' Ceremony, ' danced to three scores by the Polish composer, Penderecki and ' Scotch Symphony, ' a classical ballet in three parts to the last three movements of Mendelssohn ' s symphony. " Laramie Daily Boomerang October 22. 1969 Applauded others, page 54 features ' .•mu. — photo, university photo service, charles r swaim maurice abravanel conductor. Utah symphony orchestra page 55 features — photo, Hermann dueweke " The singing and playing ability of these seven men is fantasti Like most rock groups, they have drums and electric guitar. Bi they have also added an organ, trombone, saxophone, and trumpet. With the work of the musicians and the powerf voice of Puckett, the Union Gap puts forth extraordinary music Laramie Daily Boomerang, November 13, 1969 University Theatre 1969-70 Oct. 16-18, " Spring and Port Wine " Dec. 11-13, " A Lion in Winter " Feb. 12-14, Progrann of I Act Plays March 5-7, Readers Theatre Presentation of USA April 9-11, " Jack and the Beanstalk " May 7-9, " Man and Superman " ■•■ ' T -1 -- ' .:.-i " ' ' 0 - ¥H» J I. ■ - ' m " 1 ' ;■. ■ ' ' . ■ ■ ' . ' i ' ' , . .1. ;Ci ' ' 5 ; :. K:? ' : ' ? ■ i fl: .r : ii ' - }f " J v-S ' ' .■■ ' ■ » «« Wch m And earned pt dits themselves. • ■ . -n -::. ■ V . ' . -v ' }- ,.; ' -- ■. " . ■- ' .-, ■■ A jack-o-lan+ern . . . full of warmth, like candle light. With autumn come the leaves — brilliant with color before the starkness of winter; and . . . fall activities — brilliant as the leaves on a sun-struck day. Little International, student rodeo; Powder River Ball and Powder River Queen; a coke in the union, a stroll under the octopus tree with the one you love . . . The candle in the jack-o-lantern dims — the leaves drop from the trees, and only memories remain of autumrv at UW, 1969. ' v . mt - » ' ' ' i - ' - . v - -Sr-. 1 S ' irX v-- y , ,. A - — photo by John henberg page 59 features Sped winter on its way and rejoiced in the coming of spring. From all walks of life, They came to U.W. in summer, The old, and the very young, page 62 features 7 55 4 !V ' _■■ ' : To study, And to relax. » 7: «b - w Pv ■ . ' i % . I I ' .,,; ■if. U. W. ' s summer students unlocked the mysteries of the universe, — photo by bob christensen Gave a hand to the Upw ard Bound, page 64 features Yet, somehow, found time for the little things. pk , ' W IK. c royalty O O homecoming royalty campus be auties o w y o beauties o fraternity sweethearts Homecoming Contestants 1969 Mary Ann Schwartz, Delta Delta Delta Vicici Petsch, Pi Beta Phi Ann Holloway, Kappa Delta Julie Henderson, Kappa Kappa Gamraa Linda Lamb, Alpha Chi Omega Carol Arledge, Chi Omega J Carol Davidson, Gamma Phi Beta Shelley Frost, Ross Hall Susan Wiwi, Ross and Crane Halls Irene Kelly, White Hall Anita Rohrbaugh, White Hall Jan Farris, White Hall Barb Twardowski, Downey Hall Laurie Myers, Off-Campus Independent elta DeUci DeltH o o o o homecomii campus be w y o bea fraternity Ann Schwartz, like. ' keep their days equc cademics, is a hard perk)n to fi Delta Delta, Mary Ann still Kr s tim ideas of fashion. In an attr tively radiant red-oranqe, Mary Ann realiiei white tie and a flashing sr ' ' college coe 1 express I iple knit le wide inset ily accessories ' -ictive for a onneconning Queen whose life has always been., ' tari.tly very complex. A ' Qli •%} :« Homecoming, Queen, 1969 % 1 ■I Julie Henderson Homecoming Attend Kappa Kappa Gamma Vl.l ' l Mi pus in several areas. Just two of these are Angej ' . and Kappa Kapjba Gam|ia Sorority, bott%of whici have elected he« to varSuSHFftces. ' " wool suit. The ve IN " ngfti of the jacK cenfuated by the row of qoid buttons and the scarf. Old-fashioned curls are just ar.o;her wa ' likes to show off her femininit ' inda Lamb mg Attendant Ipha Chi Omega 1 % I M Mi FSfr 1 6 " 1 i -1-1 " I i 1 lit-. " " Ml " -■ m B ■ TTTlXi-t-l ' TTB H-» ' " ' " •■ -- T i ii ulie Henderso: Homecoming Kappa Kappa Gar Sfuden has offereoi Linda Lamb marvelous opportunities t demonstrate ■ her leadership in the feminine world 9 the UW campus. 1 a simple yellow knit with gol ' buttons and an oraage print scarf, Linda also demor strates her confidence in being well-dressed even a she goes about her busy day, which also includes beini a member of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. As activ as she is, Linda must choose a dress style and haird that can attend a meeting, a class, and a fraternit function all in an afternoon. w 9 9 ind Lamb IS f a l li W a f a likHiIg M lilaibmshii Alpha Chi Omega X page 76 royalty The men of the Engineering College chose Meg Davis, freshman, to reign at their annual semi-formal ball. She was sponsored by IEEE. Dis- playing the poise and confidence which helped her to secure the crown, Meg is wearing dark pleated, belted and ruffled voile with a neck- line-to-hemline knotted scarf. Her attendants were Debbie Hardy, sen- ior, and Joan Kumelos, sophomore. These girls were selected by other engineering groups for their scholarship, activities, and personality. ' iww ; f l i KMt Ki ' X!w mmm mm v t Mary Simpson, Pi Beta Phi and active nnember of the Arnold Air Force auxiliary Angel Flight, flies high in the sky after having been chosen by the men in blue as their reigning queen. Wearing a long white crepe formal and long gloves she demonstrates her prowess at the cockpit of a plane. Reigning with Mary at the annual Army-Air Force Mili- tary Ball, was Mary Ann Schwartz, Delta Delta Delta, and a member of the Army auxiliary Corpettes. Ruffles, jewelry, and white gloves are an important pai ' t of any girl ' s wardrobe, for they indicate a femininity that girls still enjoy showing off and guys still enjoy seeing in girls that are representing their organizations. — photos by vairi vivion Queens on the UW campus fulfilled an important role in the area of public relations for the organizations they represented. In spite of these sometimes rigorous demands, the girls usually found that it was a worth- while experience, said a group spokesman. Contests such as the Miss America and Miss USA pageants began at local levels, worked up through the state level, and resulted in trips to Atlantic City and Miami. Girls who entered the National College Queen contest submitted applications, essays, and lists o activities to a national panel of judges sponsored by the Best Foods and Pontlac Corporations. Local college queen contests, such as Military and Engineering Queens, were selected within their own groups and announced at dances sponsored by them. Other campus queens, such as Phi Epsilon Phi ' s Sweater Queen, and Ski Club ' s Snow Queen, were elected by an ail-school vote. Fraternity sweethearts were chosen on the basis of the spirit they had for the chapter and their interest in its posHIon on campus, as well as on their appearance. mask page 78 rovaltv PR k ]|L i. n ! miv mtv ir ws ' vn . 1 M r i i S H ■ wm Sft l pi 1 V9r MH ' ' B l H . 1 H H ' 1 S HHnly 1 ; 1 B nlWr HjnB ' R HIHGk B T f ' ' iiH s m 1 ' m m Sweaters are always in fashion, coming In all shades and styles, and the UW cannpus even had a dance sponsored by Phi Epsilon Phi — the Sweater Dance. Patty Herderich, Chi Omega, was chosen as the 1969 Sweater Queen and shows off a sinnple long vest over a dark skirt and a blouse with wide collar and cuffs. Her attendants are Connie Ship- man, wearing a brightly colored crew neck sweater over wool bellbottom pants, and Linda Lamoreaux, Delta Delta Delta, In a ribbed and belted sweater vest over plaid culottes. — photos, valri vivon page 80 royalty Amidst snow condition reports and arguments over the effectiveness of ski wax, the UW Ski Club held its annual Winter Snow Carnival late in February. As the result of an a school election Jane Borchardt, Chi Omega, was crowned to reign over the Carnival which was held at Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Her attendants were Linda Slingsby, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Teresa Pherson, Ross Hall. — photo, valrJ vivon page 82 royalty College beauty queens abound on every campus, but each is special in her own way. Sandy Grim, opposite page, is the reigning Miss Wyoming-Miss America and demonstrates her utmost in femininity and sophistication, wearing one of her competition formals in a quite unrelated setting. Marilyn Steb- ner, Delta Delta Delta was chosen National College Queen from Wyoming. Wearing a dark cotton print with gold buttons and a long pointed collar, Marilyn smiles at the many activities she has for the coming day. Pam Lewis, Delta Delta Delta, represented UW and the state as Miss Wyoming to the Miss USA Pageant. Even in rural Wyoming she wears a very " With-it " pantsuit of bonded wool knit with a double-breasted row of buttons on the high-waisted jacket. Barbara Young brings into focus high fashion with a double-breasted jumper-suit of dark wool. Miss Young is the 1969-70 Miss UW to the Miss Wyoming-Miss America Pageant. — photo, torn treick — photos, vairi vivon y - ' MM isssiss - r V Wyo Beauty Contestants, 1970 Cindy Adams, Ross Hall; Carol Ariedge, Sigma Nu; Jane Borchardt, Phi Delta Theta; Kris Brandt, Gamma Phi Beta; Linda Denes, Chi Omega; Liz Dougherty, Alpha Kappa Lambda; Jo Ann Eggert, Alpha Tau Omega; Diane Ewipg, Sigma Chi; Rosemary Jones, White Hall; Jeanne Oslund, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Judy Oslund, Delta Delta Delta; Kathy Paige, Knight Hall; Linda Powers, Orr Hall; Nancy Roberts, Crane Hall; Sally Rogers, Downey Hall; Roxi Shell, Kappa Delta; Mary Tensley, Pi Beta Phi; Jo Williams, Alpha Chi Omega. First Runner-up Rosemary Jones White Hall Mr. Hugh Hefner, Judge Editor and Publisher Playboy Magazine Second Runner-up Jo Ann Eggert Alpha Tau Omega WYO Beauty, 1970 Linda Denes Chi Omega page 86 royalty -photos by John henberc Max! coats are a definite asset here in this snow and cold country, and Susan Wiwi braves the elements in her dark wool double- breasted nnaxi. She was chosen by the Delta Signna Phi Fraternity as its Dream Girl. Janice Magagna, Chi Omega, also braves the weather, but without quite as much pro- tection from her long voile hostess pants with full-length ruffles. The men of Sigma Chi crowned her at their annual Spring Formal as the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Mary Forsberg was selected by the men of Delta Sigma Phi to reign over their annual Sailor ' s Ball. Revealing a lot of leg in a wild silk print, Mary stays away from the typical sailor ' s duds. Nena Roncco, sophomore in political science, was selected to represent UW in Glamour magazine ' s contest for the Top Ten College Women. The girls were substantially judged on their clothes consciousness. Nena demonstrates hers with this knit pantsuit and accessories. The felt hat adds just the right touch of the modern college girl ' s awarenessi of the new and different. There are other things, too, that made Nena an outstanding candidate from UW. A varsity debater and member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, she looks forward to law school after completing her undergraduate work. These things were all considered in the contest, sponsored by AWS. page 89 royalty page 90 royalty Fraternities choose their queens on many things in addition to the girl ' s good looks. Kappa Sigma chose Laura Peryam, opposite page, in wool coat dress, gloves and hat, to reign at their annual Santa Lucia Christmas party. Ellen Wheeler, Kappa Kappa Gamma, in match- ing checked wool dress and coat, was crowned by the active chapter of Phi Delta Theta at its annual Bermuda Ball. Wearing wool plaid stove pipe pants and long tunic vest, Mary Ann Schwartz, Delta Delta Delta, shows her delight at being chosen the sweet- heart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Carol Anderson, Pi Beta Phi, was chosen by the men of Alpha Tau Omega as their fraternity queen, proving mini-culottes do exist in the sub-zero weather of Lara- mie. Sharon Hebenstreit was chosen by the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity as the queen of its Red Carnation Ball, and lace, mini skirts, and square-toed shoes were also not uncommon on the UW campus. -«uf J t ! . fcS v f Jj rj : i L Sw " " ? ' s ' • v: . " ■ " -■ o - . ■■ ' «-T » ' W-, : ; ' - • . : .-t « f V -if . r- -».jj;. r ' ' , --,w • iv ' 5 .■ • f«- ' " X o academics -- . ' ,y o o o o administration student services outstanding professors, students colleges e demic ' OSCIUOSCO imon jdenominator .for all OO piHpyoming stu-- dents . . . ei HcolIeges; " of- perienG i ; iectures, test, grades, down r . . .worries, ulcer fl calculus, commi notes final ' IKlUlHlKliKJ science X. . m ill Governor Stan Hatha- way pondered present problems, reflected upon a rich heritage m rtainly a state of ilifflli ™gliMil.Tl WM September 18, 1969 s Betty Millsaps tor, 1970 WYO 3001, University St amie, Wyoming 82u70 o o o BOARD OF TRUSTEES Gordon H. Brodrick, Powell; Winifred E. Hickey, Cheyenne; Paul O. Hines, Lander; Clifford E- Hollon, Lusk; Eph U. Johnson, Rawlins; William R. Jones, Wheatland; Robert W. McBride, Buffalo; John C. Ostlund, Gillette; Alfred M. Pence. Larannie; Patrick J. Quealy, Kenf merer; Joseph B. Sullivan, Douglas; hi. A. True, Jr., Casper; Dr. William D. Carlson; The Hon. Stanley K. Hathaway; Harry Roberts; Horace T. MacMillan, II, Ex officio mennbers. U.W .ustee? reviewed the multi- m faceted achieve- ments of a dynam- ic university. page 97 academics J : . t " President William Carlson dealt in gen eralities, - . academics Joseph C. Geraud, (above left) Assistant to the Presi- dent for Student Affairs; Elliott G. Hays, (above right) Assistant to the Presi- dent for Business and Plant Affairs; James Ranz, (left) Vice-President for Academic Af- fairs; Vern H. Shelton, (below) Assistant to the President for Information. while his executive assistants con sidered the specifics of running a uni versity. f " " U.W. ' s Deans relaxed, unwound from administrative pressures of Men Lee Bringhurst Assistant Dean of Men Tom Mattheus, Assistant Dean of Men While their assistants played many roles, perceived the university in diverse v ays. page 102 academics ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL William Carlson, President of +he University James Ranz, Academic Affairs Joseph R. Geraud, Assistant to the President for Student Affairs Elliott G. Hays, Assistant to the President for Business and Plant Affairs Vern H. Shelton, Assistant to the President for Information, Director of Communications Services John hH. Black, Alumni Relations Academic Affairs Margaret C. Tobin, Dean of Women Richard E. Kinder, Dean of Men Charlotte Davis, Assistant Dean of Women Lee Bringhurst, Assistant to the Dean of Men Tom Ma+theus, Assistant to the Dean of computers and police aided In the dehumanization process Rollin H. Denniston, Research Development John C. Alford, Adult Education Archie V. Johnson, University Statistics Student Affairs Victor G. hienry, Student Health Services Oscar R. Hendrix, Student Financial Aids J. William Jackson, Placement William hi. Sharp, Counseling and Testing Arland B. Grover, Registrar Morris B. Zempel, Admissions and Records Business and Plant Affairs Robert G. Arnold, Physical Plant Dana E. Davis, Auxiliary Enterprises George T. Fowler, Personnel Donald E. Miller, University Police Keith K. Raitt, Finance and Budget David Winkel, Computer Center Glenn Jacoby, Athletics . . . counseling services made individuals of dehumanized people . . . PHILCO eni was o o o but increasingly individualized, . . health services aided our search ... . . through contrasts and contradictions we strive or our own identity . . . page 105 academics ADMISSIONS . receivm- academics . . . dehumanized by machines we found ourselves . . . . . . through financial aids many were able to seek knowledge . . . through placement we participated in honors programs . . . as well as giving. II Ann Holloway, Senior, Spanish-Inter- national Relations. " I would like to work with the diplo- matic corps to try to better foreign relations ard promote understanding between cultures. " Wyoming had its scholars as well as its beauties. The fol- lowing people represent just a few of the many students holding top academic honors. Ann Holloway: College of Arts and Sciences; three times on Dean ' s List; Spanish Lab. instructor; participant, Cross- roads Africa representative to Ghana, summer 1969. Karen Fritz: College of Nurs- ing; overall GPA — 3.85; Dean ' s List and President ' s List; member, Sigma Theta ' i Joel Bousman: College of Ag- riculture; holder of Pinedale hiigh School Honor Scholar- ship; Federal Land Bank Scholarship; 4-hl scholarship for Ag. Economics. Keith Miller: College of En- gineering; Chugwater High School Honor Scholarship for 4 years; overall G.P.A. 3.75. Robert Schuster: College of Law; undergraduate of Yale; Wyoming Development Fund Scholarship; Wyoming Law Scholarship. Karen f jenior. Nursing. ■ always wanterl t k overseas ellent oppor- ' hile working 3usman, J Senior, Agriculture Eco- i. " Without agriculture our country could not survive. My ultimate goal is to own and .qperatf a cattle ranch in Wyoming. " Keith Millei Sewior. Mi cal Englneet Nn i Khani- tngineering is discc : ering natural phenomena changing it to useful 1 hope to be succes doinq this. " ■ and Arms. ■l in Robert Shuster, Senior, Law. " I ' m in law because I tl is important. " Wyoming faculty is headed by nding instructors in diverse fields. r. Everett D. i.antz; College of Education ead, Department of Educational Founda tions; appointed by Governor Stanley 1 Hathaway to serve as Program Chairmai for the Wyoming White House Conferenc on Children and Youth. ' Co-author of c new text, Educational Foundations. Dr. Donald Boyd: Geology; Associated witt the American Museum of Natural History Special interests Include teaching 30IG ■jology; the study of invertebrate ani- lis found in Wyoming. ; Jss Hermina VanderWilt: Physical Educa- tion; Elected to Who ' s Who among Stu- dents in American Universities and Col leges; member of Phi Kappa Phi: Faculty advisor for Spurs and Women ' s Intramuralsj 1968-69 AWS Faculty Woman of the Year, ■. Curtis Cramer: Economics; Writter lie Theory of Secular Inflation, to be pubi lished in the Journal of Economic Theoryji the top theoretical journal in econoi Completing an article on The Theory lunteer Society. Dr. William Steckel: History; Co-autI Patterns of American History. Assoc with the Honors Program; Chairm the Faculty Senate; Member of the Council from 1960-66; Mayor of Lai during 1963-64. Dr. William Steckel: History ... there has always been a generation gap. " Dr. Curtis Cramer: Economics ... with full employment rate of interest drops eliminat- ing unemployment. " College of Arts and Sciences Features History, Research into Future; Featuring courses from anthropology to ancient political theory, from German to geology, U.W. ' s College of Arts and Sciences continued its exploration of the past, its search for the future. Below, a medical team headed by physiologist Dr. William Pancoe experiments with a mouse to find the missing link to a cancer cure. Opposite, a student cameraman focuses on a state home economics extension agent as she speaks on University educational television; below, a gaping brontosaurus skull in the geology museum serves as a mute reminder of the past. Dean Gerald Meyer Arts and Sciences W. Gerald Meyer. Dean Melvin Or+h, Associate Dean Palmer O. Steen, Assistant Dean George T. Baxter, Zoology James M. Boyle, Art Robert H. Brown, Geography Geoffrey E. Coates, Chemistry Roger Daniels, History Edwin G. Flittie, Sociology George C. Prison, Anthropology Sami G. Hajiar, Political Science Robert S. Huston, Geology Ernest Linford, Journalism Joseph McCrate, Philosophy John K. Mathison, English Derek John. Prowse, Physics John R. Reeder, Botany W. Norman Smith, Mathematics Wilson Walthall, Psychology James W. Weike, Speech Allan A. Willman, Music H Til 73; I T ' ' ? -re? ' ;=5 College of Commerce am Industry Led Business Expansion, Commerce and Industry M. C. Mundell, Dean Jean F. Messer, Accounting Clynn Phillips, Division of Business Research James I. PikI, Economics Jack C. Routson, Business Administration Tlmon Walther, Statistics page 115 academics Dean Alex J. McGa WhiTetEe College o Engineering Trained Scientific Leaders of Tomorrow . . . Engineering Alex J. McGaw, Dean Newlln D. Morgan, Assistant Dean John C. Bellamy, NRRI Donald R. Lamb, Civil Engineering Veldon O. Long, Electrical Engineering Donald L. S+inson, Petroleum Engineering Robert Sutherland, Mechanical Engineering page 1 18 academics While the College of Agriculture Served the Needs of a Rural Population. Agriculture Neal W. Hllston, Dean Lloyd C. Ayres, Assistant Dean Robert D. Burman, Agriculture Robert F. Frary, Agriculture Robert J. McColloch, Agriculture Biochemistry Leon Paulas, Agriculture Substations Paul C. Stratton, Animal Science James O. Tucker, Veterinary Science Andrew Vanvig, Agriculture Economics Margaret S. Boyd, Home Economics Future veterinarians ply their trade in U. -V. ' s aq ie economics assists a student Education Ivan R. Willey, Dean Laurence A. Walker, Assistant Dean John D. Alford, Adult Education Glenn Jensen, Adult Education Everett D. Lantz, Education Foundations James Zancanella, Vocational Education Eugene Cottle, Curriculum Russell I. Hamnnond Maurice Wear, Education Administration Millard 1. Meredith, University School Lyie L. Miller, Guidance . . .the College of Education Employed Sophisticated Learning Methods. Vocational educaHonal teachers received specialized training in machine shops, lilce the one op- posite. Left, secondary education majors tour the instructional media center of the college. Below, eager third-graders volunteer for class discussion at the University Elementary School. A WINTER f % Health and Sciences Jack N. Bone, Dean L. Floyd Clarke, Pharmacy Dorthy E. Tupper, Nursing Victor G. Henry, Health and Nursing Health Sciences Blended the Best of Pharmacy, Medicine, and Nursing, Dean Jack N. Bone as the College of Law Trained Young Attorneys. Dean Frank Trelease 1 ■X A.nd, in the end, the Graduate School Exemplified the Insatiable Quest. Dean Robert Bruce Pt -%■? .». ■.■■ -l - ♦ -v ii " «► ' 2 -i :fe:fi| = - l l • .:« ai ' -. V »%- •;,■■■ ti i . t -t ■■■-- — ♦f aj ;,-F« t;;;:: ' «: ' . -aiss;r- . : " ? c ■ ■ " " -V ' -■ ,. ■; iw » . - " ■ ' 4 , ■ ' - ' ■-■.••• " ■. - ' . -J ■ - - I- .■ - ' • " ... " , , " ' . -v . . ■ ' ' • , -■ ' ' ■■ •♦r ' ' ?w .. J .V.-.. mmmm 6 ' ' mMmiX varsity sports intramurals physical education ■ ■•it - i - Bi-- . " f •ilk:-.- .«K m i s Ik m ' sports ® rags . . . football . . toppled . . . ' riches to rags " . . . baskefll study in siRess . . ._ coaches, win-hungry fans . . . the quiet, individual triumphs . . . the coopera- tion in the midst of compe- tition . . . CowW|r Joe, the unchanging symbol . . . lt ( J v Tltfe ijf 3tl t ?p ' r (-$ .- O . m r f% . - r ' - ' K r ' - .- ' ; vr -V. r •JtS six cowboys make wac first team larry nels and rich trautwein both made first-team wac defensive tackle, nels was on almost every all-opponent team in the western athletic conference, he was also drafted by the new yoric giants football team, trautwein ' s selection marked the first time two tackles were selected from one team. bob Jacobs was selected first team all-amer- ican kicker. other selections to wac first team were tommy tucker, brent engleright. al zerfoss, and bob Jacobs. the cowboys put it all together to win their first six games, a combination of superior defense and the will to win through mud and snow kept the pokes ' home victory string alive and waiting for next year. d •1 1 V c J t1 1 i B " football is a game of discipline " ...Uoyd eaton by standing firm with what he believes in, coach lioyd eaton saw what started to be a successful season turn into a dismal end. when 14 blacks decided to wear black arm bands to protest byu racial policies, eaton stated that the football field is for football and not for demonstrations, many things were said and done, it was a different year for cowboy football, team petitions supporting eaton . . . english professors quitting over the situation ... a cheerleader, lee thompson, being activated to play center . . . winning six games in a row, then losing the last four, but to quote coach eaton after the new mexico game, " this isn ' t the end, you have to play us next year. " Dhoto by 3ob christensen — photo by torn treick FOR f Ol cowboy football . . . cheerleaders . . . tackles scoring touch- downs . . . black protests . . . somebody ' s got a keg in the stands ... a trainer puts on the pads, as well as one of the cheer- leaders . . . " we support eaton " stickers . . . nation-wide interest on the black fourteen ... a sad ending to a great start ... all history now, but one year that will not be forgotten soon, in the middle of it all, the cheerleaders, head cheerleader debbie hardy, torn runner and del John cochran. others in- cluded steve flowers, rob thurston, jeanette putnam, lu anrv fisher, vicky petsch, penny montz, susan kamm, mary ann schwarz, llnda slingsby, lee thompson, torn lintz, bill rahowitz, steve collins, and a cast of thousands, the cheerleaders roamed far and wide, they made trips to houston and arizona, plus all the close away games, a long trip through California, las vegas, and arizona for the basketball team climaxed a difficult year. page 139 sports carl ashley — photo by torn treicic ■-e dodds and ashley make all-wac y 5 9 helping Wyoming to its most successful basketball season in 18 years were carl ashley and stan dodds, who were named to the all-conference team, it was the third in a row for ashley, along with dodds, who scored 45 points in his n«xt-to-last game as a cowboy. Wyoming was the only team with two men on the all-wac team, ashley finished his career at Wyoming with 1 ,598 points, this put him in sec- ond place on the all-time scoring honor roll, dodds finished with 1,333 points to finish sixth in. all-time Wyoming scoring. as a team, the pokes scored 2,181 points, fourth- best for any Wyoming team. the pokes lost only once in 13 starts in memorial fieldhouse, as an average of 4,700 fans came to watch the cowboys win. the Wyoming team this year was led by ashley and dodds, but the rest of the cast included steve popovich, senior, (30); roy wilson, (20); steve eberle, (32); brad smith; steve mountjoy, (51), senior; bill lazzeri, (22), senior; ted roney, (33), sophomore; willie roberson. the Wyoming yearlings posted an eight-won, six- lost record. ■final won-lost for the poke varsity was 19-7, best ever for cowboy coach bill strannigan, the former cowboy all-american, who in his I Ith season, has won 148 games as a Wyoming coach. Stan dodds -photo by torn treick page 141 sports carl ashley . . . all wac three years m i -« j l 1 1 7 ' ' _ f ' " M liP BF l l feKi — photos by torn treick page 145 sporh page 146 sports yi ' ti wrestlers complete successful season the cowboy wrestling team finished the year with a nine-won, eiqht-lost, and one-tied record for the season, the cowboys finished 4th in the csu invitational, and 4th in the Oklahoma state invita- tional, danny silbaugh, senior from newcastle, placed first in his weight in the Oklahoma tourney, other outstanding wrestlers for the pokes this year were John webb, paul sorlano, ted adams, jerry howie, gary hill, larry paull, dennis aif, John gehrlnger, rudy stanko, and lee thompson. -photos by torn treick page 149 sports cowboy skiers place fourth in nationals placing no lower than 6+h in any of the six ski meets they entered, the cowboys, coached by John cress, finished the season with a 4th place finish in the ncaa finals at dartmouth. team mem- bers for this year ' s team included tim dennlson, greg windsperger, ron neal, gordon wren, rom ruhkala, nils-erik aaby, wait evans, John travis, dedrick brittenu, and scott derene. — photos by bob christensen J page 1 51 sporfs v fi»?,M?:jiy;-: ' atSM st.j,v; cowboy swatters take second in northern division Wyoming ' s baseball team took on a 42-game sched- ule this year, starting the year with a four-game series with defending ncaa champ arizona state. only 12 games were played in laramie. in last year ' s season, led by sterling, mac donnell, mc Itenzie, brickley, and taylor, the poke pitchers, the pokes compiled a 14-22-2 won-lost record. — photos by ted pierce page 1 52 sports b 1 ' if baseball team returns twelve lettermen with most of the infield and outfield returning, the cowboys were predicted to do as well as last year ' s second-place finishers in the northern conference, the pokes finished last year with a 11-7 won-lost record, to give byu a run for its nnoney. cowboy captain garrison, along with coach bud daniels, led the pokes into daniels ' 1 9th year as head coach for wyo. • • tA .5 3 t:- s«» A L«!i5 ■ ■■■■•fit 1? V- . . ■. 1_ , ' •- ' ■ . track team predicted to be a strong contender the 1969 track team ended the season with a three- won, three-lost record, the cowboys took part In 13 meets last year, this year, with the pokes much stronger in the weight division, long distance, sprints and middle distances, they were expected to fare better, outstanding individuals anticipated for the year were mike wood in the shot put, who set a meet record in the csu invitational with a heave of 55 ' 2 " . also, capping off a great four years, wayne jensen, a record holder in the mile and 880, was out to better his own cowboy records, jim woodward was also expected to be strong in the distance events, pole-vaulter cliff cotton was Wyoming ' s best bet to place in the pole-vault, kraig fisher, who had an outstanding indoor season, was expected to be a strong contender in the dashes and hurdling events, the cowboys finished the indoor season with an 8th place in the wac championships, coach walker, track coach, expected the cowboys to do better than previous years in the wac. — photos by torn treicic I in a season filled with disappointment and tragedy, coach joe philips felt there were some bright spots in the individual performances of his team mem- bers. randy winter, on his way home for christmas, was killed, saddening his teammates and all who knew him. team members for this year ' s team included bob white, ron ring, van cochran, rocky chandler, wayne white, hunter yost, kurt mc ehlmann, dan goin, ted pierce, torn weiseman, and rich oreskovich. randy winter -photo by jeff holland photography Ventura, calif. 3% . my mt m ■ mm%r n- ■wmmmvns v- J 1 11 1! per hegna rates top position in the west coach hardy rollins ' lennis team returned 7 letter- men from last year ' s 14-5 season, the experience made the pokes strong at every position this year, leading the pokes this year were two juniors from Oslo, norway, per hegna and iver helgaker. hegaa was also selected to the top position in the inter- mountain amateur rankings last year, the tennis ros- ter for this year included hegna, helgaker, joe adams, James hazelton, scott ford, torn gilles, kim marshall, jim olcott, and hanna ojala. with utah being the team to beat, rollins expected this squad to give both byu and utah a battle, a finish at third or fourth was rated a real accomplishment in a league as tough as the western athletic con- ference. — photos by pat nagel lUii iliiif cowboys face season youngest team ever with only two seniors and one junior back from last year ' s team, the cowboy golf team had to rely on help from a crop of inexperienced freshmen to help bolster this year ' s squad, seniors jim voight and tom wilson led this year ' s team, others on the squad included terry peppier, brad hurst, but gutz, richard cortez, frank gentry, and steve fremont. the pokes had a number of tri- angular and quadrangular meets before the wac championships in salt lake city. polo team takes second in district the water polo team, mostly comprised of university varsity swimmers, opened its fall season with a three-won, six-lost dual meet record, the major highlight of the season was a second- place finish in the district seven regional tournament at Colo- rado state, members of this year ' s team included bob white, jim chandler, van cochran, kurt moehlmann, ron and kirby ring, randy winter, hunter yost, dan goin, ted pierce. e ■ i.j. pj j i ii I. :Mt — photos by larry burgess rodeo — as much a part of the university of Wyoming as the cowboys who attend, every year, the university team could be counted on to put on one of the largest indoor collegiate rodeos in the country, teams from all over the western united states participated, our own pokes held their own with anyone. ■ ' ' L it ' :c I F w -•s.; ! •1 -lH mA ilr-sss ' tm page 162 sports I I du«weke 2AE ' s take all-college football in 1969-70 intramurals, sigma alpha epsilon started the year right by winning the all-college touch-football championships, the phi-delts won all-college bowling, winners of other sports had not been determined by press time. fs sigma nu wins 1969 intramural championship final winners for track were sigma nu first and sigma chi second. team winners for wrestling were sigma a ' pha epsilon and myrtle ' s fried chicken, first in each league. basketball went to the spoilers with sigma chi second. sigma nu won cross country, with the tau kappa epsilon placing second. the cowboys won the over-all volleyball championship, with phi gamma coming in second. the spoilers also won the all-college Softball championship, sigma nu placing second. sigma nu, on its way to over-all championship, also took golf honors. Stewart, a sigma nu, helped his fraternity ' s cause by beating ploen to win tennis singles. townsent won the all-college badminton singles. in badminton doubles, winners were bill smith and tom hill of alpha tau omicron. final standings for the 1969 intramural season were: sigma nu first, sigma chi second, and sigma alpha epsilon third. ' s . •% @;- ' ■ ' ' " :- s6 sip " ' % -- wK i)t lar rows of lockers . . . wet floors . . . socks pulled partially out of the wire baskets . . . one-half hour credit courses that take up most of the day . . . and wishing the warm weather would stay so you can go outside ... all part of the health, physical education and recreation department, a staff of 17 men and women combined to give Wyoming a highly respected department. — photos by torn treick — university of Wyoming photo service page 1 66 sports KIXKSHHAH.y iig i-:snnAH,y page 168 sports % . ;por+s section is dedicated to the seniors of ' the varsity teams, many people are to be fhanked for maMng this section possible: bill young, sports information, bob christensen, pat nagei, larry burgess, gary hilt, the athletes, and all the coaches at the un versity of Wyoming. sports editor . . . torn treiclc living groups ■vimmm ororities fraternities doni 1 C tJ Ui -J •I- r I ' ' living groups . . . two worlds . . . Oi formals and pledging, in — tiationSp and Mondaj nightgiplmeetings ... off Washakie Center, cafefe- ri5 " lineR _hall meetings, ii a coiflRoif life i ■■ i|K 1 1 IS ' hi 1 ■M d 1 m m V r f ' 11 t B •■ ' ♦ 111 o greeks Meraity i.f.c. . . . interfra+ernity council . . . elected body of fraternity representa- tives . . . coordinates all fraternity functions . . . organizes rush week, greek week, ugly nnan contest . . . I. bill douglas, 2. brad thomas, alpha tau omega; 3. jim gusea, 4. bob kuzara, kappa sigma; 5. robert anderson, jig- ma nu, president; 6. joe lord, 7. gary zaversnilc, treasurer; 8. rick Jennings, alpha kappa lambda; 9. bill castle, delta sigma phi; 10. gene murdocic, kappa sigma, executive vice- president; II. marty miyamoto, delta sigma phi; 12. george haratyk, tau kappa epsilon; 13. jim floring, sigma chi; 14. bob pilnacek, 15. bill hill, sigma nu. not pictured: dave Stev- ens, jim glynn, acacia; joe ga+ti, bob hadlow, phil chicote, secretary, phi gamma delta; mike maycock, randy cotton, farmhouse; bill copeland, bob olmstead, phi delta theta; jim bressler, george karamigios, kirk fowkes, administrative vice-president, sigma alpha epsilon; randy bunney, sigma chi; ron jurovich, tau kappa epsilon. page 176 living groups panhellenic council. . . elected body of so- rority representatives . . .coordinates soror- ity functions promotes good rela- tions between houses . . . organizes rush week, panhellenic workshop, and greek week . . . I. marty strannigan, kappa kappa gamma; 2. eileen Sanchez. kappa kappa gamma; 3. Janice magagna, chi omega; 4. Colette try, editor, delfa delta delta; 5. carol anderson, treasurer, pi beta phi; 6. Stephanie nnc kay, president, chi omega; 7. beverly fisher, secretary, gamma phi beta; 8. alice bunn, pi beta phi; 9. carolyn Wallace, alpha chi omega; 10. barb person, alpha chi omega; II. Judy barber, kappa delta; 12. kristi larsen, gamma phi beta; 13. paula green, kappa delta; 14. karen deike, junior panhellenic ad- visor, delta delta delta. junior panhellenic . . . elected body of sorority pledge class representatives . . . coordinates activities between pledge classes . . . giant pledge sneak . . . enter- tained at old folks ' honne . . . style show for high school girls . . . compiled rush handbook. panhellenic, council I. marcia troth, gamma phi beta; 2. marie sigler, vice-president, alpha chi omega; 3. debbie lueras, alpha chi omega; 4. carol schroeder, president, chi omega; 5. marqaret brown, delta delta delta; 6. judy lloyd, kappa kappa gamma; 7. [anlce mitchell, gamma phi beta; 8. carmen robinson, pi beta phi; 9. marilyn engstrom, delta delta delta, secretary, not pictured: terry lorenzo, treasurer, pi beta phi; connie gelsick, kappa delta; pat wllson, kappa delta; sue flanagan, kappa kappa gamma; mary louise steffens. chi omega. r n nH ' K 1 r It S, ti 1 vW • K ' Jl« t . | ( - 1 l r u.w. greeks studied . . . I. diane basford; 2. barb moyle; 3. Joan lenzi; 4. barb everist; 5. barb ramsey; 6. mary allbaugh; 7. glenda kidd, vice president; 8. barb rupert; 9. nina wells: 10. bonnie small; II. doreen hawklns; 12. susle brown; 13. jean cooper; 14. Joan cloutier; 15. arlene holloway; 16. lexa hanson, secretary; 17. sharon hebenstreit; 18. barb sellas; 19. mary ann benson; 20. Janice magagna; 21. Stephanie mc kay; 22. sue dyas; 23. marie gosar, treasurer; 24. marie carotenuto; 25. la emerson; 26. pat kanaly; 27. karen rea; 28. carol arledge; 29. Judy grimm; 30. cindy muHinix; 31. Judy fitch; 32. karen trout; 33. nita rundquist, pledge trainer; 34. Joyce bledsoe; 35. and! twitchell; 36. riki clay; 37. carol swinney; 38. Jackie tyler; 39. pat herderlch; 40. bev hafner; 41. karen tombaugh; 42. pam robertson; 43. iean diemer; 44. jane borchardt; 45. kathy grodland; 46. Ilnda denes, not pictured: linda arledge; jean lenzi, president; jacque boyd; maril Jackson; Joyce lisk. Pledges a»lW ® " study bug cm omega psi delta 1933 X over horseshoe . . . chfo ' s . . . mom ' s day tea ... pledge dance . . . state day- seventy-fifth anniversary for national this year . . . scholarship retreat . . . eleusionian-spring . . . fall for alums . . . all-pledge halloween party . . . trick or treat for unicef . . . spring formal . . . dad ' s day-football . . . rush retreat . . . «L— , I. debbie gerard; 2. Janet lee; 3. debbie thielman; 4. gayle maves; 5..ann adams; 6. Janet dixon; 7. nancy peterschmidt; 8. lynn russell; 9. many ann titzpatrick; 10. Janice yeend; II. carol schroeder; 12. patsy sheridan; 13. mary louise steffens; 14. ginny dough; 15. debbie blalocl; 16. sharon niblock; 17. teddy aaras; 18. ianet zimmerer; 19. kathy hegewald; 20. cathy waiter; 21. sally pansing; 22. chris blessing; 23. margot nnurphy. iTd f(eming: 2. jim smith; 3. brian daly; 4. steve gay; 5. mike mars- ttSTi; 6. rlchard la ehtinqar -; 7. robert kuzara; 8. enc burgess; 9. chet carlson; 10. mike brown; II. steve gerard; 12. greg real3;-43-. terry anderson; 14. dave lawson; 15. bill wiggam; 16. mike simpson; 17. dean haines, grand master: 18. ken moshier; 19. al tigert; 20. jim gusea; 21. brian whiting; ■ 22. joe von arx; 23. rich Hansen; 24. rick birdsall; 25. John Jpelsly; " " ' 26. ron weickuTn; 27. russ dick. page 180 livina arouos I m 4 served, DllKf ' tR SSwh E I ' ll I. peggy beach; pledge director; 2. carol butscner; 3. terry gimbel; ||BM|g|a|g|, 4. peggy -falgien; 5. kerry chris+enseri, rush chairman; 6. Itay cook; tWW- ' S , , 7_ sharl bridenstine; 8. bev fischer; 9. joey rogers; 10. bonny roberts; II. shannon gleason; 12. Judy cu+hbertson; 13. mary murray; 14. Janet matila; 15. paula west; 16. sue thompson; 17. nancy backlund; 18. potty neal; 19. Ilnda nnc Holland, president; 20. donna hadley; 21. linda pennlngton; 22. marcia troth; 23. cindy becker; 24. carolyn wood; 25. kathy crowson; 26. Janice mitchell; 27. Joan brekken. not pictured: sue hill; sharon blaes; connie buckmaster; karen chenoweth; Helen coates, treasurer; carol davidson; helen hutto; kat lyon; sue svenson; kris brandt; de ette yates, secretary. . . . gamma phi ' s . . . fifty ninth street bridge song for sing . . . poverty dance . . . song and paddle night . . . pledge dance . . . peanuts and olives . . . house cuts and decorates the chrlstmas tree . . . pledge- active picnic . . . gamma phi beta week . . . mother ' s day . . . Christmas party . . . spring formal . . . hallo- ween party . . . fall retreat . . . I. Icent krauser; 2. chuck burbage; 3. wait arnason; 4. tony beshara; 5. torn Henderson; 6. paul sorlano; 7. chuck dark; 8. dick hell; 9. mike waiters; 10, david taylor; II. joe risha; 12. greg pilch; 13. John Sullivan; 14. John neumann; 15. andy arnold; 16. doug ander- son; 17. jim hopple; 18. bob taylor; 19. ted meeker; 20. Jeff thelen; not pictured: pete cook; John short; david lovato; bruca crow; max broyles; dennis newton; randy tipsword; dan evans; dick Peterson; rick orrison; roger teat. ... a+o ' s ... shipwreck 9 •li united fund ... great weekends . . . how about weekdays? . . . alan kirkbride, asuw vice-president . . . bowery ball . . . " let ' s go south " ... who ' s 21? ... 1st fraternity to affiliate with the uni- versity ... 1913 ... malt morning ... appropriate foam . . . maltesians celebrate with ato ' s the coming of the dawn . . . trips to merry ax ... aren ' t they great? . . . take cathedral home children to games . . . nice guys . . . enjoy lots of grapes . . . beer, too . . . I. dennis Holland, secretary; 2. steve collins: 3. gar hill; 4. ricic hogan; 5. danny hoefer: 6. tlm carlo; 7. dwight sales; 8. del jon cochran, vice president; 9. robb hitchcocic; 10. henry warlow; II. bob dark; 12. torn anderson; 13. ierry synder; 14. bill konopisos; 15. brad thonnas; 15. torn richardson; 17. bob sedar; 18. dave lively: 19. bill douqias, president; 20. steve Siegfried; 21. scott bennion; 22. bill smith, treasurer; 23. craig lewis; 24. John erickson; 25. alan kirkbride. not pictured: pete dobson; rich donahower; jack keefe; ken bradley; oliver sundby; James mullens; John greer; torn hill. page 185 living groups Sigma rtUHr. ' - ' . . ' . winter pledge dance . . . chanticleer . . . various functions with sweethearts . . . first annual pub crawl . . . president of ifc ... white rose spring dance . .. two male cheerleaders . . . representation in student sen- ate . . . I. torn hill: 2. ilm latta; 3. micic lehner; 4. douq moensch; B aydg ilWnVrs; 6. dean olsen; 7. mitch maycock, pledge trainer; 8. jcott ifl tnde; 9. vern merritt; 10. ierry gebhardt; II. eddie geonge ; H. brad hill, secretary; 13. iim schoen; 14. tony lehner: 15. bill ebzery; 16. iack trethewey; 17. paul hickey; 18. mike bitfton; 19. bob pattalochi: 20. bob anderson: 21. rip santoni; 22. mark Stewart, vice president; 23. steve hartman; 24. torn th n;-25. dark izzard: 26. tony domenick: 27. bob dare; 28 ' . torn swear- Inger: 29. iim boydston; 30. bob pilnacek; 31. bill hill, president; 32. bill myer; 33. larry garrett; 34. doug madison; 35. torn crum: 36. bill dare, treasurer; 37. keith ahern: 38. lee thompson; 39. dave kern, not pictured: bruce zimmerer: jay bishop: torn runner; ted freedman; jim littleiohn; James bunch; sandy salmons; dan riggs: paul bagne; art hanscum: bruce tomsovic; jim morrow; dave duffy; ray eckhardt; craig kientz: rocky chandler; bill peters; tom bogsty. senators, senators . . . bob pilnacelc, jim lit+lejohn, art hanscum, and robert anderson were among the ranks of campus leaders. 3. bill stewartT " 4. bill scKfoll;T . ' in oyd; 6. randy barnett; 7. torn wiersima: 8. dick crum; 9. eddle fisher; 10. greg hunter; II. tim geesey; 12. dave nniiler; 13. frank hixson; 14. bog fugler; 15. mark skates; 16. jim dalton; 17. torn able; 18. jinn Cunningham; 19. rick schlueter; 20. fritz mc kinstry; 21. bill rohowitz: 22. John mccue; 23. dewey schaffer; 24. kent shurtleff; 25. jim brinning; 26. mike morgan; 27. craig dreier; 28. rick henning; 29. mike heber; 30. ken vines; 31. george scobas; 32. dewey izzard; 33. kent hall; 34. cal rerucha; 35. lorry faes. no pictured: al Curtis; scott hiller; chris kelly; fred leemwuis; gory martoglio; mike mount; don sanders: dave wade; gordon piria; John wesnitzer. age 187 iving groups " . • v I. jenann balog; 2. kathy slmmons, derson; 4. Judy gendreizig; 5. Jane olson: 6. sHirley anderson; 7. mary kay bond; 8, polly uhl; 9. valrl vivion; 10. linda kelly; II. susan zupan; 12. susan logan, treasurer; 13. nancy needham; 14. candace mc dusky; IS. alfce bunn; 16. susan phillips; 17. sue brown; 18. paula kovaclch; 19. denise price; 20. barb lewis; 21. jean stachon; 22. Janet zupan; 23. Judy saul; 24. chery guess; 25. mary tensley; 26. vickl petsch; 27. jonna whalen; 28. Bonnie swanton, president; 29. linda wasson; 30. barb broslus; 31. delaine lewis; 32. jean mccullough; 33. cihdy peetz; 34. mary simpson, social chairman; 35. elaine s+ickney. not pictured: linda artery, house manager; barb hitchcock; r e lyrn lorenzon; ann mullens ' membership chairman; pegqy rowlaftd, vice-president; nancy ruff: sally synder; Janice speas, scholarship chairman. a pi phi trio practices for the group ' s triumphant homecoming sing effort. v . . . participated, ' T. nannette argabrite, lathy schilling; 7. vick Jieg ' " bOB ' M g y : maria speas; 5. karen oisen; 6. dricopulos; 8. debra dark; 9. karen mckinney: 10. carmin jobinson: II. paula baker; 12. jane simmons: 13. kathy richards: 14. nancy s.vanton; 15. sue mc cullough 16. mona sue harris; 17. sharon stinkel; 18. sKi- - ■, -; 9, s,J ...-s; 20. norma haberly adrianne christopfitei; 22. terry lorenzon. not pictured: billy jo berry; 1 5. sue mc cu ' louqh; an mc cue; connie robb. page 189 living groups I HMRny peterso BBFSry ann gorman; 3. lee ann hand; 4. pam lewis; 5. susie scott; 6. paula benedict; 7. wendy warden; 8. jean bartels; 9. cheryl harmon; 10. ann robinson; II. joann eggert; 12. Judy oslund; 13. nnarlanne latta; 14. Janet peterson; 15. collette fry; 16. christy rasmussen; 17. nnarllyn enzi; 18. teresa lore; 19. christy hesse; 20. brendtr dyer; 21. nnargo plumb: 22. gay vanderpoel; 23. helen warren; 24. mary kay heaton; 25. patsy stapleton; 26. denise cooley; 27. cady drew; 28. sue flaten; 29. debbie white; 30, peggy sandbak; 31. becky novick; 32. mary ann Schwartz; 33. susan waldram; 34. marllyn stebner; 35. penny montz; 36. mary picard; 37. susan kamnvf- BBs- ' sue Hanson; 39. karen deike; 40. Judy spaulding; 41. pam nelson, not pictured: linda lamoreaux; kathy brown; lynn Stafford; susan cardine; pKyllis toth; cheryl elliott; laurel Jones; carol powers; lorie engstrom. .i. tri delt ' s ... first place in scholarship seven semesters in a row . . . valentine ' s day party for all sorority pledges . . . spring ' formal . . . senior-hasher night . . . " what a riot . . . mom wiley week . . . homecoming queen ... tri delt dad ' s are honored during dad ' s day, margaret onn brown; 2. lorl arnold; 3. roxy squires; 4. carol presenlcow- slci; 4. sjzy squires; 6. vicki baker; 7. Janet bergner; 8. ann swar+hout; 9. Janet materi; 10. nancy nichols; II. gady Collins; 12. ann noah; 13. Jerri crank; 14. lynn newnnan; 15. jane hutchings; 16. jane williams; 17. tess brewer; 18. cindy flinn; 19. ' marijyr engstcom; ,2Q, .pat denny; 21. cody lisco; 22. ann grudis. r i . -photo by Hermann dueweke REHOepUS after a long aay, fne cowpolces of farmhouse (above) hi the homeward trail, rodeo competition (right) occupies the leisure time of another brother. farmhouse . . . small group of agricultural students get your boots off of here . . . chartered in 1953 . . . builders of men . . . like their horses . . . poker . . . women .. . . have a western flair ... is the real honiB 6T- " TtvB GeMr| boys ... functions witfi sororities ... haveffhouse parties , . . . spring formal . . . em phajM e the bestiaihinafr- irv life . . . best things? .,. . oh tna V r 1. richard, tarinSr 2. tlftKtarveJ-; " " 3. nforty ,martin;»4 iaii«s gjt; " - ■rtke-iortg: 6. dean " freeburgj ■7. rick aflen; S. ' tom brafdi 9. mtlSe I ' uby; 10. JoTin mankin; H ,|?e TaVsonT R. curtis wiljbn; 13. Itiike " tij on; !4. ' troy freeburg; " " 15. ed atqhSon;»l5. ' don harfim; 17, randolph cotten; ' 8. g«1e york; 19. charlie andefson; 20. jack sorenien, corresponding secretary; 21. jerry alfred kratt, ♦f««uf» I m ij I iii TjH i im ifc«4iMWM Mt iri ii ?1 , m rhnn l mnvrfr l i i.jiiiMH»h ttwMittUM business man g . not miller; roger perklns ' ' „,■■..-.■,■■ ., ., . ,. n..,n m ».wr|.r., | | p« " T: - i " g]f t|l[JJ]m|j__ pictujerf!: iof iousnwn; paul . ire ; chuck tg»gusqn ;.» raff)h apod on; rc gor. .«- u :: [i ' s ■. " . ; fiii i4ancler . . . high spot of social evenrs . . . fort . . . outside of town ... on the laramie river ...each year a big kahuna crowned to reign over the JJarty . . . presence felt at Wyoming . . . student senator . . . present american marketing asseciati pres. . . . varsity athletes ... a lot of bfos ... a Ipt of fun ... well-rounded atmosn arf . . . last semester ledjraternities in scholarship , ?iPTr ' page 4 V c • living groups 1 • - V im rodr ' guei; 2. pa -?lson: 3T ' ' o ' Kn ' sge; 4. Winston; 5. bryan ee treasurer; 6. rusty grirfci, corresponding secretary; 7. bob hell- yerjs. a irwin; 9. joe gattl. president; 10. I bilipostor; II. dick sinrrnons; 12. gary snider; 13. phi! chilco+e; 14. cajj greaser, not pic- , tured: bob gold, recording Mueiary; jim marouardt, historian.. r tiji members (rigtit) preview thi calendars, teaturing twelve campus lovelies. V . D TAN I ipslloff i i 1964 IdiaiMjnd, sphmx I. John leedy: mar+y miyamoto. president; 3. bill castle; 4. Jim Harris; 5. paul poison; 6. bill nnorrrs; 7. dave holllfield: 8. greg raymond; 9. jIm stagnitta; l . steve carpenter; II. jerry miller; 12. jim mc allister; 13. John hazleton; 14. John kempert, vice president; 15. don fllupeit, secretary; lo. phll velez; 17. dan holthus. .V tlii! m ... delta sig ' s ... sailor ' s ball ... founders ' day ... december 10 ... like their home away from home ... colonized in. 1964 ... costume dance . . . more and more iavolved in campus activities . . . bros on u. iic. . . . u.w. ski team . . . swimming team . . . male cheerleader . . . spring formal — is many things . . . intangible things . . . leave imprints on the hearls of men ... try to make bros well-rounded . . . development of mind, soul, bar-hopping, a notorious delta sig pastime, proved too strenuous tor one member (left); below, cards proved an enjoyable (and, for some, profitable) recreation. I— fj e ' s ... unde . spring ball . . . football games that are tied with ato ' s . . . gr-r . . . friends? . . . bushnnan ' s ball . . . one of the largest fraternities on campus ... one of the wildest? ... of course not . . . one of the craziest and fun-loving? . . . maybe . . . booze-loving too, huh . . . founded in 1917 ... good house ... great members ... lots of pledges . . . who love the actives ... oh yeah? ... all campus cham- pions . . . lots of little sisters . . . spacey . . . ed fiiil; ' Tfrcd ' -i ' ' a ' - 3, tag gallup, vice president; 4. phil lavS; 5. |erry vigil; wi»rferspahn- 7. -frank shrlver, recorder; 8. jim bressler, president; 9. ron mc pherson; Tu7 v ' nce malinowslti; II. fred amrhein; 12. jon shriver: 13. wes morck: vkes; 18. rocky joe page I9ff partied, always rolling with the campus action were the sig alphs, shown (right) en- he traditional friday afternoon .Jiouse. ' : not pictured: leven aggers: marc beasley: fred devllle: a. rod everett; gary eillott: larry elliott michael hausman; dennis heckart: ben Howard: george kallas; george karamigios: John lang;, ' gforge lantz: max lawton: charleJ lush: donn John mc earthy: charles mcgee: bill mar+ineC: loiiis missel; steve mordhorst; doug morris nordstrom; John pacheco. sig alph pledges: I. greg hamel; 2. don jelinek: 3. frank sppS J gj m griftith: 5. qeo je s( ilis; % James grl-ffln; ' ..m. lcolr« Johnston; 8. dick rich; 9. {rank gentry: 10. david chorney; II. John lamp; 12. randy towna; 13. bob veronda; 14. rick massmann; 15. steve Treemofe: 16. phll sanchez; 17. chris d ' amico: 18. paul perkovfch: 19. bernie phelan; 20. jim sando: 21. alex wolfer; 22. burt gutz; 23. tim beppler. pKi deK actives ... I. gene kent; 2. wlllia stead; 8. dan price; 9. jim yeager; 10. ]■ Copland; 16. dennis shepard; 17. owen lln, gary throgmorton, gene slaybaugh; bob gustafson torn weller; murrell henderson; david dell e: wllllam nelson phi dett pledges ... I. nnike boring; 2. larry franclsco; 3. bruce maxor; 4. driscoll; 8. ron barnard; 9. george roulhac; 1 0. ran dy zlla; II. mike dunlay. John davis: jim rannells; george spinner; louis sflngiey; ' ihn w Ison. werther; 5- bob mason; 6. dean winsch; 7. torn rod: danlel furphy; randy Harris; John militizer; beta -- q 1930 lyre lena shaffer, president; 17. s I8. ita underdown; 19. terl lei edwards;? 21. barb | maflbne sample; 23. susan I. jeanie maxon; 2. lorraine lambert; 3. linda sole; 4. Joan evans; 5. penny winnle; 6. cindy hlland, editor; 7. nancy wright; 8. beth scherry; 9. lorraine dlvver; 10. pat thatcher; II. Janet light- ner, treasurer; 12. susan goodrich;- 1 . peggy slames; 14. barb brown; 15. sharon dark, vice president; 1 char- lena. shaffer, president; 17. san(| skyi Carroll; 20. peLun; 22. dSe; 2 . pati lovewell; 2S. carolyn Wallace; 2i6. chri| pitcher; 27. susan dark, secretary; 28. narcia ford; 29. margie carver; 30. sfielty fickes; 31. kay oliver, rush chair- man; 32. betsy ' watson; 33. Julie haus- ser;y 34. celia kellam; 35. bark nniller; 6 rennay fentress; 37. cathy Jones, not red: robley pool; lynn bixler; mar- werner; ■ caihy prewitt; jecinne poelma; linda lamb. rship banquet ... fireside ... parent ' s day ... big ' spring formal . . . teas after games . . . royal order of the red carnation . . . veteran ' s day project in cheyenne . . . pledge dance . . . senior banquet . . . break- fast in the union . . . faculty dinner . . . alum dessert . . . pledge retreat to moun- tains . . . II ■ HBH 1 ffvtY)r R ■1 T ■ ' rMf ixm-- A " r» |( 11 J ' WY [ " -! ■•1 19 y oL 1 I H 1 hf ' y ' ) 8 7 « y] H 1 m -. J pag( 202 livinn irAimc I. carol Jones; ' 2 . do lueras; 3. rusty schnur; 4. mary malislfas: 5. chris Serena; 6. marie sigler; 7. dianne bonkiewicz ilnnea salzman; 9. jo wi lianns; 10. beth jobe; II. debbre moorhouse; 12. _th«t l forrj„ f - 13. mary billie; 14. Hilda mankin; 15. ann butler; 16. candy schoen; 17. robin ham- mond. not pictured: nnar- ilyn Jones; lynn ericsson; .1 jean herber; ;loire schl- meyer: peggy lynnan; d»b- bie groshart; ann gischeri- I. [UM wol » , i., iiiqil ODiulli J. u u j Willie, -r. i aiy iici: ' ii heckerm jJ W ' pat cavanaugh; 7. ron jurovich, president; 8. dave art thelen; 10. rick hoffman; II. jeH._iJ «eter; 12. alan poates; rowland; 14. georgS ffSfat J . J6fte _peters; 16. John pozun, 17. mike stalcup; 18. rick steger, vice president; 19. terry croco; hurlburt; 21. wade whitman; 22. mike caskey; 23. irv zigmond ■ ntostello; 25. bill conklin; 26. bob hess; 27. bruce witzenburger; gossraan; ' ' 29. jon boyd, pledge trainer; 30. kermit counts; rfflBash. aoi pictured: jim halfpe H»y.; nc gurr; steye nevtonann. ' Bi ' . . . but still maintained individual traditions, w y . . . tekes . . . red carnation ball . . . actives find dates in greeley . . . mom jurovich — the new housemother? . . . powderpuff football . . . telces go swimming at the spring formal ... wilma ' s pizza?!? ... scholarship supremacy award from national . . . wild elephants and ' wild rhinos mix it up ... jon builds more fires under the supervision of his friend smokey . . . french cabaret . . . breakfast in ied . . . .1 . page 205 — - living groups ... kd ' s ... pledge presentation at emerald ball ... slumber parties . . . support orphan in korea . . . actives ' shoes: a penny a pair — sold by the pledges . . . progress award presented kd ' s at national kappa delta convention . . . fun, friendship, and phone duty? ... Christmas |3arty for orphans ... the girls started started " tslk-ioci. double double while rehearsing chitty chitty bang bang for the sing singrr:- riag pledge dance . . . girls come up with wild costumes for the scholarship dinner. I. betty millsaps. editor; 2. cindy huffman; 3. kathy quesenberry; 4. kim haug; 5. kathy ploesser; 6. laurie schliske; 7. tracy goudy; 8. ann holloway. president; 9. sandy poe: 10. ginny thompson; II. marsha bauman; 12. Judy barber; 13. ann weiss. treasurer; 14. paula green; 15. shirley keil, secretary, not pictured: becky price, assistant treasurer; nnarlene weber, membership chair- man; kris kantner; nancy anderson; joann flint; margaret burge; mary burge; trudy pond; karen sneesby. slow: the Ws caper at their annual scholarship dinner art of being a pledge was to entertain the actives. ' f - in I. deena burns, vice president and pledge trainer; 2. chris swanson l t 3. jane keeling; 4. nnelanie ozier; 5. nancy albright; 6. cony geisick; 7. Cecil Johnson; 8. Judy burge; 9. carol thompson; 10. donna mun- singer; II. viki haug; 12. sue medary; 13. mary shaul; 14. frankie pond; 15. roxi shell; 16. libby dunbar; 17. debbie davis; 18. pat Wilson; 19. Hni cluck; 20. Janice strong, not pictured: dorothy myler. page 207 living groups I •f I. gary hendriclcson; 2. iames leroy peak: 3, moose gore: 4. . r. mc pherson, secretary; 5. frank chapman: 6. bob tarantola: 7. steve arrlngton: 8. Brooke holstedt: 9. torn long: 10. chris hill: II. barry fancher; 12. mike muchmore: 13. gary engen: 14. charlie fanning: 15. dan dolan: 16. John darling: 17. mark larson: 18. terry sandberg: 19. charlie gains: 20. torn berry: 21. brad gronewold: 22. gary kindred: 23. randy both: 24. arthur Archibald: 25. rex dolan: 26. jim anderson: 27. joe martin: 28. olie anderson: 29. randy bunny: 30. steve payne: 31. al hoza: 32. bob haas: 33. larry bonger: 34. tony hart: 35. jim floring, president; 36. spot fully, vice president; 37. craig newman: 38. danny nelson: 39. eddie dark: 40. bob peterson: 41. jim darling: 42. paul brooke: 43. r. cody phillips: 44. fom lake: 45. steve skipp: 46. jim buckingham. not pictured: tom dolan. pledge trainer; robert gore; John kanaly: dick hudson: tom spicer: dave raymond: John rerucha, treasurer; jim gumprecht; bill hauck: Jeff ploen: sam leu: tom treick: Jeff pierson, bill bellamy: jim ross: denny wohrer: tom fuller: gary christenson: jim blevins: doug spoehr; nick kandris: jim beahm: frank zochal; doug dietrich; mark cover: doug dodds: doug nach: greg garmen: larry gerard; don bann; jim finkblner: mike muchmore: doug zweng: chris gray: dean hytle: frank madia: gerald nickerson: haven halsapple. . . . Sigma em s ... easier seaiS " . . . baby bawl rattles . . . murdie . . . lots of nighties . . . sweet ball . . . scholars . . . us? . . . yes — kenaly ... yuli sigma chi derby days . . . love their women . . . . . . parties . . . " and our women " . . . oh, really? watch out for the plaza bus to Utah . . . yeah, v did it go? . . . bros have a nice time playing ri| . . . Isn ' t that so . . . page 209 living groups .- ' -■- I I. marty strannigan; 2. nancy keefe, recording secretary; 3. kathy o ' keefe; 4. ann hicks, president; 5. mary iohnson; 6. ginny patton. treasurer; 7. iulie Henderson, vice president; 8. Julie Warrington; 9. Joanne germon, pledge trainer; 10. mary rees; II. jean oslund; 12. eileen sanchez; 13. margie martin; 14. marcia neely; 15. jeanette putnam; 16. peggy mau; 17. nancy reckling; 18. kathy pfadt; 19. Ilnda slingsby; 20. vicki bott; 21. barbara sullivan; 22. mary ann palanck; 23. pat+y landers: 24. luana fisher; 25. susy stragand; 26. peggy nunn; 27. kathy doyle; 28. donna black; 29. karey - huff: 30. becky lomonaco: 31. becky moore; 32. lonna wall- MJ way. not pictured: susan bovee; maureen conway; rhonda ! |h gu+hrle; barbara hartman; mary ann harvey; mary meyer; linda rhodes; nena roncco; anne simpson; anne " slabaugh; ellen wheeler. ,, I . . . kappas . . . monmou+h duo . . . honor to pledges . . . singing pumpkin carols at Halloween . . . tree decorating party wl hlidren of local alums ... after-hours. christmas party . (jJfKiother-daughter program ... powderpuff foot- ball in the snow . . . parent ' s day . . . p.j. — the heart of the house where everyone spends half of their working hours • • v ' y ' Q a new t.v. — yea ! . . . ncy psiers; 2. sue tianagan; 3. vicki mopre; 4. Irene newman; 5. katie fee; 6. Joan vallenqa; 7. Itaralee heckart; 8. connle hirz; ' 9. anne brundage; 10. pam christensen; H. ane+ bunting; !2. margle pfadf: 13. Suzanne chrisman; 14. barbara crow; 15. Carolyn funkv 16. theresa sullivan; 17. pat moore: 18. cheryl ' SH 19. susan sayles; 20. susan peters; 21. v. tuck; georgia carmin; 22. connle Jacobson; 23. mee wing; 24. cathy lines, not pichired: iacque carmin; Judl lloyd. " W monmouth duo " meant a trip to chey- eftna for the kappas and their dates. page 21 1 living groups I. rick iennings; ' 2. barry root; 3. dave lankford; 4. bruce l(nuhon ' 5. bill owens; 6. michael vigil; 7. rick lechner, pledge educator; 8. larry gras; 9. michael brown; 10. steve kurfz, chaplain; 11. david patterson; 12. larry gossman; 13. bob cordingly; 14. Jeff dark; 15. ken Jensen, house steward; 16. bill rocke; 17. Ilncdin eisler secretary; 18. mike stone; 19. lee gib- ' son; 20. ray bussard; 21. bill nygren; 22. Jacques carllni; 23. bill crago; 24. gary zaversnick; 25. dean emx; 26. steve Johnson; 27. roger nelson; 28. jim rodosovich, house manager; 29. max morgan; 30. bill iust; 31. mark olse;i; 32. mike Jensen; 33. John walker; 34. jim kruse. not pictured: bill paul, treasurer; larry sackman, vice president; joe lord, president. . . akl ' t . . . Japanese gardens . . . founded In 964 . . . week-end retreat . . . lots of fuTT " :-; . -jeis of booze . . . not much sleep . . . lots of every- thing else . . . mother ' s day dinner and program . . . pledge-collegiate member football game . . . homecoming open-house and dinner . . . outstand- ing engineer . . . treasure island . . . don ' t have a house mother ... yeah! ... have house parents . . . oh . . . ; " ' Mi ■ ,ik=. :B2 y .% iff •• " V I. sam veta; 2. larry christensen, house manager; 3. gerry rising; 4. mike poch, treasurer; 5. iim anderson; 6. gary serrell; 7. tom latos, athletic chairman; 8. jerry hyatt; 9. fred ockers; 10. terry eitteirm. president; II. jim gossen; 12. bill stecliel, social chairman; 13. peter Johnson, secre- tary; 14. ben ryff; 15. steve frary, pledge educator; 16. tom iohnson; 17. bill forman; 18. jim glynn. not pictured: marlc mader, vice president; riclt pice; dave Stevens; John webb; bill lee; John jones; doug bryant; jim cathcart; bruce stahl. page 214 living groups (LiK A . . . acacia ' s . . . night on the nJle . . . adopted a child ... 20 pledges ... founded in 1947 ... 22 years old . . . black and gold fornnal . . . nriost of the members are from out of state . . . about two- thirds . . . from maine to California . . . avalanche ski party . . . one of the most attractive houses on the row . . . like to have fun ... up for anything . . . anything? . . . well . . . A • ' smv ' f keeping the acacia tradition of sportsnnanship alive, the brothers (opposite page) huddle before a basketball match; (below), nnembers of their women ' s auxiliary keep score at the intramural competition. mm o dormitories resident hall association ... rha . year in hill and downey halls . . other dorms . . . open dorm policy. . coed living began this was requested for the 3. jim craiq; 5. debbi proc+er: 5. becky scheib; 7. dana procter; 8. nancy roberts, secretary; 9. dan iohnston, vice president; 10. mary spinner, president; II. jay Icnisely; 12. greg maag; 13. pat burns; 14. jaclt bloemstroam; 16. Ilnda powers; 17. fred chalfant; 18. georgia scobas; 19. glenda valenciano; 20, don moeller; 21. dee carlson; 24. peter plumely; 26. John dinan; 27. gary jacobsen. page 218 living groups ■p TT .. Thill hall ... boy for homecoming queen? — lour dances a semester . . . carpet installed this year ... 3 floors of girls ... 3 floors of boys . . . sing-ins . . . twice a week . . . trying for stoves In lounges . . . everything coed . . . everything? . . . campaigning for extended hours for girls . . . boys and girls have a good time In lobby singing and talking . . . windiest corner on campus . . . pantie raids? i . . us? . . . shaving cream fights . . . maybe . . . J t I. iudy Webster, vice president; 2. marilyn hauer, secretary; 3. iohn blomstrom, rha rep.; 4. shirin Schumacher, rha repre- sentative; 5. larry coet, president; 6. dave tulles; 7. russ abramowicz; 8. katie stone; 9. bob owens; 10. martin church; II. linda haines; 12. gloria willlams; 13. betty kuemmerle; 14. donna loghry; 15. lois hartwell; II. russ sanna. I lowney hall . . . movies on triday and Saturday nights . . . calls at 2 a.m. ... 3 floors of girls ... 4 floors of boys . . . girls are outnumbered ... oh, you enjoy it? ... kegger-picnic at the end of the year . . . beer ... no food? . . . open lobby policy for coed study campaigned . . . speakers . . . c ' osest to washakie center ... do the boys like living here? ... you bet we do ... also campaigned for the lobby to be open 24 hou rs a day . . . nice t o ride the elevators hand in hand-- mi iiu I. dan gotheryip, dawn dmtt o t 2t l ojtP! 3. rocky bryan; 4. linda powers, rha representative; 5. debra marienthal, secretary; 6. chris munson; 7. doug beyer; 8. robert holstedt: 9. becly eclhardt, vice-president; 10. ioan puitt; II. torn matz; 12. bob mitchell; 13. wayne hartman; 14. pam bowman; IS. steve jorgensen, president, not pictured: pat burns; gerald savory; bob Johnson; mary beth {landers. u m ■ t mc intyre hall . . . leader among dorms . . . sponsored movies in the fall . . . co-sponsored rha chrls+mas dance . . . supplied food (?) for final week studiers . . . working for improved open dorm policies . . . senate worked for the dorm residents and extends its appreciation, to them for their cooperation . . . I. ernie dut+on, staff sponsor; 2. doug morris; 3. frank chapman; 4. mlico waiters; 5. torn o ' brien; 6. jim cralg, president; 7. iohn retz, rha representative; 8. gary snyder; 9. John garsen, rha representative; 10. steve stein; II. John Carroll, rha representative; 12. don mueller, vice-president; 13. John klecker. TKt HAIL ■i :}pm.r " r " ; ff . . . orr hall . . . sponsored wyo beauty . . . won Christmas decoration contest with white hall . . . sponsor christmas dance with rha and mc intyre. I. nick kandris; 2. dan Johnston, rha representa- tive; 3. -fred chalfant, president; 4. brent clausen, vice-president; 5. dee carlson, rha representative; 6. John hazelton; 7. wally ulrlch; 8. don stockdale; j.,?. rick alien, not pictured: leo llewellyn, secre- }ary; ken adanns, treasurer; don barker: and don norris. 6 page 223 iving groups NP J-. ' J p page 224 livina arouDi crane hall . . . busy with a homecoming car smash . . . christmas decoration contest . . . established new weight room in dorm . . . two study lounges . . . drafting room . . . pirkg pong room . . . dance in march . . . game room . . . and tape recorder raffle. I. John english: 2. cody phillips; 3. terry throckmorton: 4. steve crapser. secretary; 5. don Icenyon; 6. peter plumby: 7. ronald karst; 8. iohn dlnan, vice president; 9. iim nalley; 10. johri plenger, treasurer; II. mike hager: 12. cary [acobson, president; 13. steve peliotis; 14. bill percival; 15. ted lopez. knight hall . . . Initiated liberalization, of visiting hours for giris . . . reception after the homecoming game . . . Christ- mas festivities. I. Steven barker, vice-president; 2. jIm alllson, president; 3. ilTiiss trances meiller, advisor; 4. Icent mcclain, advisor; 5. ' f, russ edwards; 6. roqer vandersllce, advisor; 7. scott taylor; 18. John heqeman, treasurer; 9. brent kunz, advisor; 10. ward hollon; I I. charles e. burns. page 225 living groups 39 ross hall !. glenda valenclano, vice president; 2. susan sandberg; 3. mrs. carol nelson; 4. ann delicate; 5. pat gornan; 6. robin haas; 7. jennyir gimbel; 8. georgla scobas, president; 9. loslna Stephens; 10. rita butler; II. evelyn barry; 12. ellzabeth doherty; 13. linda ions; 14. ronda goertz. secretary; 15. chrls loucW; 16. ann pedrini; 17. kathy nacfay; 18. debby o ' dell; 19. nancy roberts; 20. Janet barker; 21. chrls dull, treasurer; 22. Icathy meyers; 23. linda willhelnn. . . . ross . . . back to school dance . . . trick or treat . . . thirst . . . window painting . . . tea for dean tobin . . . Christmas gift exchange in lobby . . . rha Christmas decorating contest . . . spring dance . . . door decorating contest . . . betty hampshire first runner-up to powder river belle . . . spring tea for mothers ' day . . . senior breakfast . . . christmas sisters. page 226 white hall . . . held christmas tea for dean tobin . . . tied for first place in christmas lobby decoration contest . . . fixed up a t.v. room . . . finalists in wyo beauty and sweater queen contests . . . I. michele barlbeau; 2. iulie cheney; 3. chrlsty speirn; 4. dana proc- tor; 5. magqie roche, head resident; 6. mrs. terry stensaas; residence hall director; 7. susan hofacre, vice-president; 8. barbara young, president; 9. patti auflicli, secretary; 10. maureen eiqlier; II. jana antonson: 12. deann mchale; 13. [an schwetz; 14. julie cory; 15. elalne ferquson; 16. cheryl tucic; 17. marllyn engstronn; 18. laralee heckart; 19. sue mccullouqh; 20. barbara ellls; 21. jan radosevich; 22. donna shreve; 23. sandra soderstronn; 24. Itathy browning; 25. margaret mckeown; 26. carol wyrick; 27. pamela trimble. not pictured: paula Hanson, treasurer; mary brown; sharon cutson; mee wing, debble proctor; linda |ohnson; Virginia dark; cheryl nnarques; ca+hy doern; susan cole. II I I m S ' MP white hall -ii-i organization ' vj governing groups all-university honorary societies class honoraries departmental honoraries special interest military religious H II 0M 1 - 1 1 g£ irf ' ■% ■ ! 1 1 orgam gavel ' s tap ol m|a pin, a sweater, an innerSow occ MF TsllSailij Mlll r jr X. writing, worRing; ' r- rry- ing o o o thFR " wh O count- ed, those who cared occ those who molded U. W. into a dynamic force ooo asuw senate, 1969-70 ... members selected In spring by vote in each academic college of univer- sity . . . met weekly to discuss problems of campus concern . . . student bill of rights . . . semester re- organization . . . course evaluation . . . u.w. park- ing problem . . . represented many shades of opin- ion in a growing, complex student world. holce mac millan (left), asuw president, 1969-70, discusses his viewpoints at an executive council meeting . . . below, his vice-president, alan Icirkbride, makes a point . . . right, secretary Barbara Schuster reviews her notes. executive , committee 1969-70: alan kirkbride: hoke mac millan; torn spicer; bob archuleta, senator; bill sheledy; jay bishop; art hanscum; al weiderspahn; rick blrdsall; barbara Schuster; jay knisley, rha; rol ert anderson, ifc; barbara person, uac; Stephanie mc kay, panhellenic; linda lamb, aws. college of agriculture: bill wiqqam; penny tschetter; college of arts and sciences: bob archuleta; art hanscum; gary fisher; corbin fowler; karen trout; ellen wheeler; al weider- spahn; college of education: robert ander- son; iirn littlejohn; iay reed; Carolyn Wal- lace; college of engineering: douq coates: larry sackman; dan white; college of com- merce and industry; Jay bishop; donn mccall; neil okamoto; college of health sciences: greq maag; college of law: bill shelledy; senator at large: ron Weinberg. robert anderson doug coa+es i -fa M jim littlejohn bob archuleta bruce cox corbin fowler greg maag jay bishop gary fisher art hanscum donn mc call page 233 organizaKons neil okamoto jay reed m robinson larry sackmark bill shelledy karen trout asuw senate committees, 1 969-70 academic affairs: bob archuleta, jim llttlejohn, rick birdsall, neil okamoto, gary fisher, al weiderspahn, ron Weinberg, jean oslund, mike Jensen, marcia ford, robert dark, tempe chalfant, murial shirran, debbie proctor, jan Howard, ann robinson, jum kruse, marilyn edwards, marcia neeley, glenda kidd, dan riggs, Helen coates, larry walker, James anderson, James franks, david lively, ted bailey, brad thomas activities and traditions: robert anderson, karen trout, carolyn Wallace, art hanscum, steve mountjoy, linda burgmeyer, barbara lewis, Joyce bledsoe, betsy watson, del cochran, becky moore, debby hardy, becki lomanaco, marilyn stebner, shelly frost elections: rick birdsall, jim littlejohn, doug coates, dan white, larry gossman, bruce lawton, Joan lenzi, linda lar ' sen, vicki boh, marge carver, jo ann rogers, mary reese entertainment: art hanscum, robert anderson, bill wiggam, karen trout, dan white, bruce cox, bob pilnacek, bob pattalochi, bob kennedy, Jeff lundberg, chris goadei, Irene kelly, anita rundquist, carol haney, charles yates, Stephanie mc kay, bruce tomsovic, peg sanbak, bill konopisos, ted freedman, jacque boyd, tom swearlngen, myron barton, sue flaten, collette fry, troy freeburg, steve axthelm, wendy warden. publications: jay bishop, carolyn Wallace, jim littlejohn, doug coates, doug shaw, lynn Stafford, sandra skyles, betty millsaps, dan furlong finance: bill shelledy, mr. burdick, mr. van blair, tom spicer, dan furlong, jay bishop, barbara schuster, bob archuleta, nancy wright, will Johnson publicity: karen trout, corbin fowler, larry sackman, betty millsaps, sue dyas, bev hafner, sharon hebenstreit, lachelle emerson, jean cooper, Jackie taylor, pat page 234 nrriAnizatians penny tschetter Carolyn Wallace ron Weinberg ellen wheeler merderich, andi twitchell housing: jay reed, bruce cox, dan white, penny tschetter, gary fisher, corbin fowler, rick lechner, sam ellsworth, gerald speiring, eugene kimsey, tooraj kia- koojoori, judy christensen, brad thomas, larry sackman, ron Weinberg public relations: a! weiderspahn, teri carroll, monica miller, Julie warrington, neil okamoto, jay reed, penny tschetter, kristi larsen, julie henderson, carol davidson, mart! groh radio: greg maag, larry sackman, paul bagne, chris bristol w.c.a.: bob pilnacek, jay read, al weiderspahn speakers: gary fisher, jim robinson, corbin fowler, susan. dark, terry sandberg, penny winnie, steve collins student loans: bill wiggam, jim littlejohn, helen warren, torn barry survey: neil okamoto, larry sackman, alex nash, patti shirran, margie martin, edward georges, bob archuleta, john green, kathy doyle, tony shaw, carol butscher, lorraine divver, deena burns, Janet beck, marti strannigan course evaluation: jim robinson, karey huff, larry garrett, becky novick, russ mortensen, beth scherry vigilantes: bill wiggam, mary picard, rod smith, charles anderson, joe bousman, linda lamb, curtis wilson, linda merrill, linda sheehan, mike tipton, nancy wright, jack sorensen, jerry kraft, belinda kerbs communications and media: ron Weinberg, bob archuleta, penny tschetter, bob clausen, ed burnell, anne simpson, John darling, charles ragsdale, mary anne palanck dan white alvin wiederspahn a.w.s. . . . associated women students ... I; hours and fewer restrictions . . . elections i open to all women students . . . support worn ' honoraries and w.r.a. . . . symposium on sex v mr. storaska and rev. kinsolving ... miss vander V 1969 ... pam nelson tri delfa vairi vivion pi beta phi mee wing white hall Susan drake alpha chi omega paula benedict delta delta delta sandy wltrenburger downey hall A carol butscher, gamma phi beta sally wayne hill hall pam robinson chi omega margaret mc Iceown white hall irene kelly, white; lulie march, hill; laurel Jones, trl delta; linda lamb, presi- dent; beclty moore, vice president; pam robertson, chi omega; paula bene- dict, chimes; mary brown; carol butscher, gamma phi; Julie cHeney, white; lay dillon, wra; liz doherty, ross; susan drale, alpha chi; sue mc cu ' Iouqh. white; marqaret mc Iteown, white; carol maffei, downey; pam nel- son, tri delta; sharon outson, white; voir! vivion, pi phi; vlcli petsch. pi phi; kathy pioesser. Id; carol arledge, chi omega; barb c sebeer, hill; teri Carroll, spurs; connie shipman, spurs; kathy doherty, ross; sue svenson. secretary; teresa swartz, treasurer; cheryl wagner, downey; mee wing, white; sandy witzenburqer. downey; donna black, kappa; shirley dutton, advisor; ruth hull, advisor. fred Williams program coordinator cultural affairs committee . . . fireside chats . . . small student group meetings to discuss significant problems with professors . . . sponsors cultural meetings . . . chrlstmas murals in union . . . cultural movies . . . poster sales I. charlene shatter; 2. sheryl ferguson; 3. pam nelson; 4. linda sheehan; 5. betty millsaps; 6. lynette alley, secretary; 7. carol davidson; 8. Cecil iohnson; 9. teresa sullivan; 10. l!sa klnney; II. betty arland; 12. viclcl bott; 13. mike morgan; 14. gene murdock, chairman; 15. david glass; 16. ann holloway; 17. patty auflick; 18. penny winnle. not pictured: deena burns; karen engstrom; ianet be; margaret mcneil; clair oursler; kathryn pfadt; bernard phelan; connie robb; anne simpson; anne speirn; michael stoesz. cindy wiclfstrorn, special evenfs chairman douq Bryant, recreation chairman social chairman . ' ;;:;■: ' ■i ' V ' .f,- - recreation committee . . . tournaments . . . open house . . . trivia bowl . . . moon- light bowling . . . body-painting contest . . . girls ' fishing derby . . . spring games day -. . . activities for fall, winter, spring, too. I. doug bryant, chairman; 2. larry christensen; 3. rex boggs; 4. iohn klecker; 5. torn templeto 6. barry cook; 7. Janet zimmerer; 8. kathy doyle; 9. pat kanaly; 10. meg davis; II. ann gusche sky; 12. cIndy mulllnix, secretary; 13. dana proctor; 14. dalene moore; 15, sue medary; 16. f kubeick; 17. kathy boundy; 18. carol swinney; 19. mary shaul; 20. barb crow; 21. carolyn fu not pictured: lachelle emerson; mary hyatt; scott kendell. page 240 I. marllyn engstrom, secretary; 2. nancy nichols; 3. becky novick, corresponding secretary; 4. debbie white; 5. ann noah; 6. stove iacobson, co-chairman; 7. andi twitchell, chairman; 8. carol schroeder; 9. cheryl tuck; 10. chris blessing; II. teddy areas; 12. sally pansing; 13. kathy hegewald; 14. terry pherson; 15. dennis newton; 16. cathy lines, not pictured: doug anderson; bill barrett; mary kay bond; dianne bonklewicz; randy bunney; tim carlo; pat denny; ted freed- man; brad gronewald; laurel jones; vicki petsch; rocky queries; debi thielman; bob veronda. social committee . . . cowboy kickoff kaper dance, first week of school . . . " meet the president " coffee . . . student officers ... set up wyogals . . . interviewed . . . kiddies ' Hallowe ' en party for married student housing . . . camel days in union . . . pie-eating contest . . . sponsored rig-a-twig . . . faculty-married student housing christmas party valentine ' s day card contest . . . sent johnny carson birthday card. 1 " nI y Wyoming wyogals . . . rootin ' , tootin ' . . . newly organized this year hostesses and tour guides for university . . . pro- mote public relations . . . hostesses at president ' s christmas party . . . guided tours for visiting Japanese high school wres- tlers . . . served at university theatre plays . . . rig-a-twig refreshments . . . state bas- ketball tournaments. I. christy rasmussen, president; 2. paula green, (eeretary; 3. cony gelsick; 4. barbara law!s; 5. barbara young; 6. lynda kelley; 7. alice bunn; 8. pat thatcher; 9. Stephanie mc Icay; 10. beclcy novick, vice-president; II. mary kay heaton; 12. kathy sinnmons; 13. Jackie mc murray; 14. linda baker; 15. nancy needham; 16. Ilnda lamoreaux; 17. peggy sandbak. I. susan soest; 2. cindy wickstrom, chairman; 3. patsy sheridan; 4. kay cook, secretary; 5. steve mcdonald; 6. donna black, vice-chairman; 7. diane jurgens; 8. pam robertson; 9. dean hyde; 10. torn sullins; II. pam chrfstensen; 12. melanie jackman; 13. margaret nnc keown. not pictured: art archibald; andy arnold: linda breckenrldge; del cochran; gary engen; bob hamllton; michael lyon; many maliskas; gayle maves; susan phllllps; becki schulte; marie sigler; mary spinner; Irene steams. u.a.c. special evenh . . . sponsored fall activities carnival . . . acquaint new students with u.w. or- ganizations . . . freshman talent show . . . christmas decorations for union . . . Sunday night movies . . . camel days. f s t A [1 - i»- page 243 organizations M kappa % hi . . . a 1 1- university scholastic honor society . .Tr p jjdents from all academic fields ... 3.9 graduate g.p.a. ... 3.9|TITTt««5 . . . 3,5 seniors .. p monthly speakers, luncheons . . . decembi mijy 1969 nerDnS aodrews, jr, kenneth raynnonc «usich anita david barbara etWle br«ius| Suzanne odette brown ,ii f ' ,m ' kl!ifblL- kathryn nell St m Vl - lones carro ' -kathleen cost, consmn in co n ieffrey I. cufrimi -■+6ter+ willia marilyn kay bonnie turner John qerord {less, darryl wilHam rericlis karen e. fritt signa loel fulcher joe dee gatti sigrid anna qerlach Susan kay ari thomas g. hanselmann gary lee hertzler Jeremiah Joseph hethering- pe ' er fla§ b jacq jeltne lamer jeffers marioria dove lauson wiHiam John Stephen lemley ralph h. Ilttlefield, Ti-»| Joseph Jerome l!vIn(Jton mark steven lohr ' , ' James russell lowham h ry lyitnfi maxfield dall d raymond v, elizabath ann millsaps .,.. ,.«T ' . ' ' »5r ,-_, wMltarn r. moody carol ieanne moore marilyn moore morgan patricia Joan blonigen morgan terl-anne moroz carols lynn munson frank ralph nelson iean marie newman sunny Jeanne nixon frederick J. nohmer albert w. owens lee case pigage John steven preston elmer leo richers ruth marie romero carol ann ross lawrence fichard schacht chadene ann shatter georgia kathleen shoehan willeford James stoecker Wayne w. terrell w. br ' iton costain nancy nell curtis keni h g. dermis don»J i- " f. dernovlch ' ' ' arry edward dixson brycn e. drew arthur I. dumont oweli arden dunlop frank samuel eakla John d. enale melarls orr trancis norman jerOfne golden gregory w. gossman dan d. gotheridge robert e. graves James h. green steven a. grosch robert m. guffy John j. gundersonj wayne a. hanson charles ramon harroun anne claire hartung ,, James s. hatlestad norma Jean haygood John h. heitman beverly iane herman wllliam hillstead hill randy Susan homec harry m. huson donald robert huston peter martin illick carol lee Jacobson ralph Jaeger i. burdett Johnson jeny on Johnson larry|(J£an Johnson barba patricia piersall John w. kure ronald fr?derick larson Pamela s. marra giles r. massie bob dean mehlin sister leo then marsha I. mila alve keith miller inda k. mills dalene moore laune lee ? yers robert ray n shila d. o ne nancy m. O ' rourke Stephanie la painter Owen dou psjpetarson larry g.pomeroy a. allan riveland theodcre f. rock verna i. rogers -•Md ' _ terry qane roice ' fcp James c. rose . 4lik margaret anne rosene ' donStd h. scheuer liam frederick Schroder j-william schropter yal s. sekhon »n shapiro carol ann sheldon vtrene h. sherman kMinda I. slack I I glenn eugene smith fihristian sorensen iknice speas honias eJdon spicer _;gerald t. stack m j. Paul stouffer dennfs thomas terwilJiger shirley ann thomas Jean teresa true erry lawrence underwood Jiathleen urban clarence d. vinson, Jr. %haron I. wagner •su! n elizabeth waldram ri ncy k. weqmet dean welkor James e. whittenberg anne robbins young francine zaversnik aul a. rechard, president robert c. warner, vice president conrad J. kercher, treasurer mary s. harris, secretary victor a. ryan, marshall wilson o. dough, journal correspondent i « phi beta kappa " ' ' .-. . liberal arts scholastic honor society . .. college gra(de- average of 3.5 or better o more than ten percent c f the graduating class inSHi nd sciences naay, be initiated in given year. senior initiates spring 1969 jo ripn mc forland bop.nie adeie fieoor joan angola maqagna thoTias ahlbrandt melvin cox mary Jane massie jane varlneau kennaH r-L tmwbr iaae dennis daniel a. nelson greg lemoyne voigrj hermansen ,0. »fie : alanDuW rine nystrom n lynn mc ( u IP larry george mix IJL nancy nell c|rtis I V Suzanne ojAte brown| I ajl|2«- »davld beriV, ' orge miHon stepheil P- . . ... . jnior initiaTes ■k. pigage jsr L L- george frlson. presidenl reverend Howard wilson!?v!c7!pSsi3enT deborah hardy, secretary Stanley henderson, treasurer J.: 4S 4 - -SEf- ' lv ' o mmm ■ i . %a o class honoraries mortar board brings top high school students to uw . . . mortar board . . . national honor society . . . active on campus since 1924 ... selected on basis of scholarship ... leadership . . . service . . . sponsored academic visits to uw for high school honor students . . . torchlight laurels in spring I glenda kidd, historian; 2. sue Hanson, president; 3. Janet peter« n; 4. jacque boyd; 5. barb brosuis: 6. susan waldram, election chairman; 7. nancy wright, secretary; 8. marilyn enz,, treasurer; 9. lorraine divver, editor; 10. charlene shaffer, vice-president; II. linda lamb. m ' a ipg j Jipaj V H H l K ;-;. ' l T nH n K 1 charlene shaffer, vice president, discusses the mortar board academic visit with two honor high school students. omicron delta kappa . . . o.d.k. ... all university honorary . . . recognized upperclassmen with high scholastic stand- ing, leadership qualities . . . brought outstanding students, faculty members together on basis of mutual understanding, desire to help . . . monthly luncheon meetings to discuss student problems and complairtts. I. jay bishop; 2. charles lush, president; 3. jim bartsch; 4. torn spicer, vice president; 5. dan burke, not pictured: oe bousman; president wllliam d. carlson; troy freeburg; wright fujltawa; tonn fuller; Joseph geraud, advisor; ralph goodson; roy jacobsen; thomas kennedy, secretary-treasurer; alan kirkbride; bob koester; ron larson; bill lazzerl; hoke nnac nnillan; frank nnendicino; dan nnorgan; dan nelson; terry o ' connor; owen peterson; torn runner; carl sandberg; bob shankel; harry sharp; verne varineau; donald veal; phi! white. omicron delta kappa OAK I. mary ann benson, senior adviior; 2. barb miller; 3. marleno blacic; 4. mary allbaugh; 5. sandy skyles; 6. jane davis; 7. susan cardino; 8. susan drake; 9. ann roblnson; 10. rhonda guthrie; II. donna raforth; 12. susan goodrlch; 13. paula benedict; 14. mary picard; IS. Ilz doherty; 15. sue svenson; 17. jean mc cullough, preiidenf; 18. miss kathy ensz, advisor; 19. mary spinner, nof pictured: jeana anderson; anno barta; mary brown; tempe chalfant; roxann paus+ian; pam groshart; ierilynn hughes; becky lomonaco; chris pitcher; penny tschetter. . . . chimM . . . junior women ' s honorary . . . purpose to assist in orientation of freshmai wonnen students ... to counsel incoming women students ... to be of service to the uni versify of Wyoming . . . selected on scholarship . . . leadership . . . service to the universit ' . . . sponsors orientation tea for freshman students . . . page 250 organizations iron skull continues its role of campus service and leader- ship . . . sponsors the homecoming sing . . . sponsors the Iron skull skid . . . hosts outstanding high school students from throughout the state during two academic weekends designed to familiarize students with the university of Wyoming . . . works on a memorial for former uw presi- dent george duke humphrey . . . looks at a possible in- depth study of bookstore policies. I. ly nn peterson; 2. bill wiggam; 3. mark mader; 4. lenny reimer; 5. penny tschetter; 6. mary brown; 7. liz doherty; 8. mary spinner; 9. russ mortenson, president; 10. shelley frost; II. barry rhodes; 12. barbara tomes; 13. dan price; 16. ann fulkerson; 17. susan cardlne; 18. sue svenson; 19. ellzabeth crowley; 20. rhonda guthrie, secretary; 21. dan eisemann; 22. mike rohde; 24. donn mccall; 25. ernie dutton, vice-president; 26. larry schacht; 27. galen k. haas; 29. robert archuleta, treasurer, not pictured: jeana anderson, bob archuleta; carol arledge; bill baum; marlene black; Jamie bunch; tempe chalfant; roxann goertz; pam groshart; mary lu iarson; brad hill; ron jurovich; jerry kraft; becky lomonaco; jean mccullough; thomas a. megeath; gene murdock; vicki petsch; ann robinson; larry sackman; thomas scranton; andrea twitchell; trudy warriner; margaret werner; John zebre. CTff I. della edwards; 2. nena roncco; 3. linda slingsby; 4. connie shlpman; 5. pattl reubling, editor; 6. peggy rudolph, treasurer; 7. debby proctor, historian; 8. kathy doyle. president; 9. becci back- man, secretary: 10. susan hofacre; II. sue adams; 12. amy fetcher; 13. joann rogers: 14. Helen coates: 15. miss vanderwilt; 16. becky scheib; 17. patty landers; 18. kathy prewitt; 19. trancene hagedorn; 20. lee ann hand; 21. becky novick; 22. gay vanderpool; 23. marcia neely: 24. jinny patton: 25. meg greene: 26. mary cor; 27. jean stachon; 28. Janice hlldebrand; 29. margie martin; 30. julre Warrington; 31. nancy walther; 32. dr. o ' dell, sponsor. kathy doyle shows the new royal blue uniform to past president many brown, who displays last year ' s white. . . . spurs . . . hold hoop at football games . . . serve president ' s box at half-time . . . sell mums . . . usher at sing ... at plays . . . help with registration . . . christmas party . . . help with elections . . . blood drive ... phi eps social . . . help with kiwanis . . . project concern ... or- ganization building hospitals in Vietnam T rz. 4ii : ' S " i I I 4 I I g). s. fir 3 m; ' ?rrsi , 5? phi epsilon phi . . . sophomore men with 2.75 g.p.a. and active on campus ... from 1939 pep organization to 1970 service organization . . . ushers at iron skull sing . . . helped with the valuable stu- dents ' tour and laramie river rendezvous . . . spon- sored sweater dance, endorsed 19-year-old vote campaign. epsilon phi I. haiime Icawastiina; 3. diaries minard: 4. John dariing; 5. cralg Itlenh, preiideirf; 6. paul hicley, vic« pretideirf; 7. jlm anderson, secretary; 8. ray eckerdt, treasurer; 9. craig anderson; 13. torn swearJnger; 14. jim lathrop; 15. ken hustad. not pictured: Christopher amend; paul bagne; dennis dicklnson; steve ellenbecher; terry foley; steve ghering; jim glynn; art hanscum; jim hearne; dave hepner; mike hoffman; jerry howie; david kelly; doug lang; paul miller; william oberst; charles orr; frank owen; lester peters; dan riggs; ted roney; mike schilling; mickey white; trank zochol. M . |tH ' l , ' ■ ■ - ' . 1 o departmental honoraries agriculture co uncil ... campus days I. curtis wilson, agriculture club; 2. ray v r i}hi. 4-h club; 3. mllce tlpton, council chairman; 4. bill wiggam, ag . . . little International stock show . . . laramie river rendezvous . . . funds for the judging teams . . . liaison be- tween the ag organizations and the senate. senator; 5. terry amrein, range management; 6. penny tschetter, agriculture senator; 7. cathy griffin, secreta urer, 4-h club; 8. marlene black, phi u; 9. alice griffin, home economics club; 10. wayland anderson; II. fran alpha zeta; 12. jim ginther, agriculture engineering, not pictured: nancy wright, home economics club; neal range management; jacque ward, alpha tau alpha; ronnle givens, dennis gifford. rodeo club; steve lathrop, ag engineering. alpha leta, ag honorary fra- ternity . . . upper two-fifths of classes . . . grad students with 3.5 ... objectives to promote agriculture, particu- larly on the campus. I. frank fear; 3. ron Cunningham; 4. curtis wilson; 5. thomas dobbs; 6. erik hawklnson jr.; 7. wayland anderson; robert cordingly; 9. John gerdes; 10. mike maycock; II. frank phelp; 12. tom wllllams; 13. John hoff; 14. bob parkin; 15. kal herring; 16. don hamm; 17. jack mcdonald; 18. jerry kraft. I. gayla rowley, treafurer; 2. marlene black, 2nd vice president; 3. mary ann andsrson, president 2nd semester; 4. della jean stewart, recording secretary; 5. judi adams, corresponding secretary; 6. loretta cortez; 7. many It. boggs; 8. pat+y michell; 9. penny shockley; 10. ann weiss; II. ianice holwell, historian; 12. denlse simon; 13. chrisi ekiund; 14. sue leavengood; 15. mrs. Judy knight, advisor; 16. jacque boyd, candle reporter, not pictured: sharon dark; susan feeser; beverly Herman, president 1st semester; pauieHe kinney, chaplain; delnna powell, parliamentarian; and nancy wrIght, librarian, advisory council: mrs. mary ellen hoadley, miss dolores gade, and mrs. Janet michelson. phi upsllon omicron ... established november 26, 1915 ... first greek letter honorary fraternity at the university of wyonning . . . requirements for mennbership are upper tv o- fifths of class, minimum g.p.a. of 2.75, have professional attitude, leadership . . . sponsored a field trip to the " fabricana " at may d f in denver . . . attended by phi u members and home economics majors at uw and casper jc . . . fund raising project of nnaking and selling popcorn balls at halloween and sold scented candles at christmas. alpha lappa psi wives -elub since husbands are acquainted through their ' ' ' " • - ed to know their nusbands ' busin „ sor a civic project ... Bot luck for wives and husbands. judy fleming; 2. jean verley; 3. boni s eler; 4. sylvIa fletcher; 5. nancy tht no ' " ' ' nrs. christio pilger; 7. adel lewis; 8. tSrioni. pr«sid«nt. not pictured: tina dunn; gloria hellawell; susan homec: pa ' " ' " menaro; lin rayn ond ma. - , f. S ' Ji l r " - .v alpha Itappa pii . . . I. don grandia; 2 pHpp| _B_ppB Bo. ' pgn ven 4. jim lawrence; 5. bruce burdick; 6. pM i. ' dsn tiomsc- ' -Sr H j 9. ed iones; lU. ' templJn; II. jerald dunn, adyi V; ' Sr ' mortensan 3 |mr H|. dave Johnson; I geoffrey upton; 16. John dariiA 17. 3w constsi | | BVi y: charles minard; 20. ken neubauer; 21. milton mill Wiot pii Ippf f i iJifff ' BeTerTpretidenf ; boyd moe .vice-prejident; mickey zanoni, treasurer; ed brolyer; John cram; joe degeer; mike tietcher; Joseph hell—- " - " ■ " ■ larson; donn mccall; gary nadlicki; ben thdiSpson; dan wendell segh wickam; richari alpha kappa psi ... c nesi fraternity in u.s. . . . service to u.w. a ? :ommunfty ... young presidents ' organizati panel presentation ... fornnal banquet . keggers. parties . . . regional conferences . leld trip to denver. m phi gamma nu . . orary for girls . . . tes competency . orphan girl rivile fessional commerce hon- field of business . . . pro- achievement . . . support 1A gave christmas party for N Mffil I. elna dahlquist, advlior; 2. lynette woolery, leerstary; 3. margueri 4. pauIsHe nolan. scribe; 5. karen todorovich; 5. Joan pryce, president; 7. maur kathy doyla; 9. chris white, rush chairman; 10. corliss westerbuhr, treasurer; II. pau 12. regina criswell; 13. ianice carlson; 14. ann hicks; 15. Judy saul; 16. linda was! marvala claypool, president, second semester; 18. rebecca viergets. not pictured: Susan baHar jane ann cheek; bonita foreman; randy susan homec; marllyn koester; vicki petsch; garnet premer; sharon shaeffor. kappa delta pi ... honor society in education . . . encourac excellence in scholarship, personal standards, teacher preparati contributions to education . . . sponsors christmas party for snc range school . . . collects books for foreign students . . . colle items for lander training institute for retarded . . . awards schol ship to hlgh-raaking student in education . . . sophonriore tea honor outstanding education sophomores . . . I. qlenda kldd; 2. paula west, firit v!ca-prei!dant; 3. madelon de pietro; 4. sandra styles; 5. chrls pitcher; 6. della stewart; 7. jane davis; 9. janlce winters, second vice-president; 10. dr. laurence walker, associate counselor; II. david terwilllger; 13. cralg mc crary; 14. sharon outsen; 17. mary lu larson; 18. kirk lorlmer; 20. laura lake; 21. jannes overholt ; 23. linda nnatthew; 24. allan jones; 26. leslie bateman; 27. miss Jessie mae halsted, counselor; 32. laurel sha- der, recording secretary; 33. doug wagner; 34. larry wenger, president, not pictured: betty mlllsaps, corre- sponding secretary: wllliam nelson, historian; barbara rupert, pub- licity; nnelvin buller, treasurer; ra- mona adams; mary allbaugh; mary brown; sandy dagley; Judy dykstra; sandra eggleston; lela elcher; col- lette fry; claire hartung; evelyn holcomb; marsha milek; barbara judson; layne koplschka; llnda lamb; darlene lieurance; barbara miller; patricia morgan; Janet peter- son; mary spinner; carol zajac; Josephine zebre. page 260 ora«niT«tian« alpha tau alpha . . . vocational agriculture teach- ers ' honorary . . . assisted future farmers . . . na- tional conclave in kansas . . . awards presentation at annual banquet. I. robert boyd; 2. jerry paxton; 3. clyde chafman; 4. james quick; 5. bruce krug; 6. jock ward; 7. melvyn wambeke; 8. ron Cunningham; 9. John mankin; 10. denny spahn; II. bob parkins; 12. kal herring; 13. fred cheesbrough; 14. douglas wagner; 15. jack turnell; 16. terry sandberg; 17. jeff lund- berg; 18. gus hahn; 19. bob hones; 20. rich fraser; 21. John ketcham; 22. ronnie givens; 23. dean freeburg; 24. jack ruch, advisor; 25. jinn durkee, advisor; 26. carl Zim- merman, not pictured: jack soronsen; rod smith; troy free- burg. t I -ENGINEERING HALL U- .• tUi Sigma tau . . . honor organization in college of engineering . . . open to engineers of high scholastic standing . . . co-sponsors awards banquet for the college helps organize engineers ' ball . . . I. gary vadnais, vice-president; 2. bill nyqren, secrefary; 3. bill wolver+on, hiitorian; 4. tooraj Icia-koojoori; 5. keith miller, treasurer; 6. terry morgan, president; 7. ralph dickinson; 8. ronald loam; 9. dr. lorin mc rao, advisor; 10. steve tully; II. ron schanaman; 12. charlos yeats; 13. myron lepke; 14. jim newberg; 15. Jerome durnil; 16. charles lace; 17. bill patton; 18. wayne har son. asae . . . agricultural engineers use basic engineering and agricultural concepts to solve problems pertaining to agri- culture . . . specify and develop functional, mechanical, and power requirements for machines and processes . . . design water systems . . . develop engineering methods for increasing the volume of food and fiber through processing . . . activities for year . . . field trips . . . engineering open house . . . queen contest . . . I. gary mehllng, ag council; 2. jim ginther; 3. ierry baker, scribe; 4. michael wittrocic, secretary-treasurer; 5. bob mehling; 6. huland holloway; 7. nanette argabrite, engineering queen candidate; 8. dennis eisenbarth, president; 9. mike capps: 10. wayland anderson, ag council; II. larry elliot, joint engineering council rep. 12. richard cornia, vice-president, not pictured: mahamond gulaid; lee wickstrom; ralph goodson; rex boehnke; ahmad jan; roger perkins; david taylor; gideon abraham; habib rahman; boyd wiggam; steve lathrop; ted swartz. page 263 organizations M jilii a.i.m.e. . . . student ctiap+er for petroleum engineering students . . . meetings held month- ly .. . business meeting and program on some phase of the oil industry or oil related industry the products of the meetings . . . field trips held in spring and fall of the year . . . society sponsors picnic or other social event twice a year . . . participated in all contests held within the engineering college. I. dennis brabec, pretidanf; 2. robert mc rae; 3. leslie schofield, treaiurer; 4. kenneth iapp; 5. darrell ziomke; 6. charles yunko; 7. jim lohrenz; 8. wllliam butkovich; 9. mike foss; 10. peter von maarion; II. david bowers; 12. clarence bauer; 13. donald waiters; 14. alan o ' hare; 15. chris holten; 16. thomas bowman; 17. thomas doll, joint eng. council rep.; 18. bennie buh; 19. doug saathoff; 20. fred clausen; 21. eduardo naranjo; 22. doug o ' nell; 28. eduardo espinoza; 24. wllliam spires, not pictured: larry anderson; wayne blackman; bob benqston; mike Callahan; frank carlson; dennis flyr; torn fuller; stanwlll grad: don hammerlindl; bill hartmen; mike Jensen, v. p.; j. khalil; henry iawson; linda myers; keith olson; harvey opseth; leonard pearce; robert pearson; gary pre- hoda; david saipert; don vandergrift; michael worden. I i.e.e.e. . . . concerned with the relationship between, industry and the engineer . . . involved in technical paper competition . . . field trips . . . selects candidate for engineering queen . . . panel discussions with industry interviewers . . . i.e.e.e. meetings sponsored by other schools n denver . . . ■11 I. rlcfiard hunt; 2. donald huston; 3. steve jacobson; 4. jlm selph; 5. terry brown; 6. george brown; 7. toorai kia; 8. iames mc pherren, chairman; 9. kam i. leo; 10. david walker, secretary; II. charles thompson; 12. kam s. leo; 13. gene strid; 14. david larson; 15. david kaufman; 16. James newberg; 17. bernard bradach; 18. charles lace, treasurer; 19. david giorgis; 20. paul weber; 21. jon iacquot; 22. vie hillgren; 23. dick zlemer; 24. ray mc millian; 25. John ingle; 26. jim bridges; 27. dave o ' brien; 28. don mcchesney; 29. alan mass; 30. larry Stewart; 31. harold valstad; 32. John mills; 33. fred aronson; 34. frank eakle; 35. earle walker; 36. gary stires. not pictured: James bunch, vice-chairman; larry aksamit; joe gatti; charlie gunter; max kohler; steve kunesch; giles massie; kerry o ' neil; dick rose; luke rose; henry schenkenberger; dennis stack; r. k. beach, faculty advisor. " - - V t • • ' ♦ ♦0 eg m i i £ a.i.a. . . . american institute of architects . . . en- larges student appreciation and understanding of ideals and goals of architecture . . . festers under- standing of the functions of the institute itself . . . has regular meetings . . . hosts annual spring meet- ing. members: I. paul smith: 2. jlm wllliams; 3. jack swanzy, joint eng. rep.; 4. bill peckering; 5. morteza goodarzi: 6. terry wells, pres.; 7. kelth fackrell, sec.-lreas.; 8. iohn spencer; 9. tobert routson, joint eng. rep.; 10. michael potter; II. frank henning; 12. candy carlton; 13. nnJchael ward; 14. alan pattison; 15. francis qiardello; 16. ward hollonn; 17. pat annend. not pictured: louls allgeier; doug coates, v. p.; John costantlrvo; John dick; rick gano; ron dersh; kirn marshall; nnike martin; steve mc bride; ron modesitt; david noyes; larry rice; jim rose; clyde smith; mark terry; bill thomas. I. william gieseler, v.-p.; 2. william patton, sec.-treas.; 3. robert lebeda; 4. steve mcdonald; 5. david felt, pres. not pictured: bruce cox; glen larson; joe feusner; charles yates; george irwin; larry sackman; stein frich; keith miller; bob slack; jim helnlie; Jonathan moore; mike miller; richard miller; leslie miller. a.i.a.a. . . . american institute of aeronautics and astronautics . . . professional group involved in the aerospace industry . . . purpose is to create interest in the aero- space field and to acquaint the student with professionals in the field . . . regional meetings held throughout the year . . . field trips scheduled . . . aiaa also takes an active part in the engineering open house. page 266 organizations a.s.nn.e. . . . american society of mechanical engineers . . , inform the graduate of challenges and responsibilities . . . lectures from major u.s. industries . . . two field trips . . . joan kumulos, candidate for engineers ' ball . . . one of the first professional engineering societies . . . I. bob shapely, treasurer; 2. bob blanford; 3. Stan denoo; 4. dave lorenke; 5. bill juat; 6. dennis cook, secrefary; 7. dean en!x; 8. ralph dicklnson, president, not pictured: charles lush, vice-president; gary vadnais, j.e.c. representative; doug guinn, j.e.c. representative. page 267 orgaru ' zations a.s.c.e. . . . american society of civil en- gineers . . . had " field " trips in december and may to visit related fields . . . ac- complished engineers spoke at each meet- ing ... sponsored senior papers . . . winner got trip to regional, rapid city . . . " pic- nics " ... banquet to honor graduating civil engineers in the springtime. I. hans nygaard; 2. tore Icopstad; 3. odd just michaelsen; 4. william roche; 5. joe lord; 6. dan glandt; 7. rodger hosier; 8. barbara young, queen; 9. jim haefele: 10. dietrich Sturm; II. milce ikua; 12. edvard marthinsen; 13. george sotlriadls; 14. audun iystad; 15. jerry long; 16. william lapsley; 17. gary kantor; 18. stan abell; 19. phlllip lehr; 21. george sherman; 22. bernard sullivan; 23. william armstrong; 24. claudia miller, secretary; 25. al owens; 26. milce rohde, treasurer; 27. teri rohde; 28. robert christensen; 29. genii radhopskin; 30. jim evans; 31. Steven gvosch; 32. glenn sugano; 33. dave zelenka; 34. iohn hill, advisor; 35. paul bercich; 36. robert milburn, president, not pictured: don armstrong, j.e.c. representative; jerry morford; hary kessner; John fraser; gary shavlik; floyd freeman; terry eittreim; John heitman; John beasley; mark lurey; John dick; steve dannevig; James green; mike mc dill; John bruce; william embree; c. I. skretteberg; william rosewarne; larry saul; roy holm: dennis brown; vie strube. page 268 oraanizafions american institute of chemical engineers . . . one of the youngest organizations of college of engineering . . . Wyo- ming student chapter granted national charter february, 1970 ... goal to acquaint chemical engineering student with what expected after graduation . . . prepare him for role in modern society. I. carl demshor; 2. dr. h. f. silver, advisor; 3..paul miller; 4. jerry durnil, secretary; 5. david massengill, treasurer; 6. ronold schanaman. president; 7. dr. r. c. miller; 8. dr. d. I. stinson; 9. terry morgan; 10. lyle lake; II. d. It. seth. not pictured: robert iversen; wayne Jensen; stein simonsen; chun chee siu; James r. wilson. 1 r [15 1 i ■ kappa epsilon . . . professional women in pharmacy . . . summer job file for school of pharmacy . . . serve refreshments for american pharmaceutical association . . . selling candy for money-making project; founders ' day banquet during april. I. kay seine: 2. Judy webster, vice-president; 3. susan waldram, treasurer; 4. mrs. norma jochumsen, advisor; 5. Jackie nordman; 6. lols lauring. historian; 7. toni bigler; 8. pam scranton, president; 9. linda wells; 10. chris norgaard; II. slice acevedo. not pictured: jan smith, secretary; diane pevic; carol nickle; donna ward; pat laschkewitsch; pat lovewell; celia kellam. I. dr. kahl; 2. greg maag; 3. dr. bone, dean of college; 4. dr. o ' day. advisor; 5. mike gulley, president; 6. roger lemene, corresponding secretary; 7. wllliam blakesley, treasurer; 8. John howell, inner guard; 9. glles deane: 10. torn lanum; II. steve day; 12. david mamula; 13. dean rumey; 14. paul guse; 15. bill abu-assaly: 16. bruce gallinqer;- I7..richard peters; 18. glenn otterman; 19. mike preator; 20. frank mc henry: 21. gary book; 22. ed baker; 23. James montoya; 24. ray haus; 25. terry green; 26. bob petty, not pictured: dave curtis, sergeant at arms; rocke darlington; ed dresch; richard green; gary lotzer; bruce mc girr; george stebar; otto m. van duyn. phi delta chi ... professional pharmacy fraternity ... founded 1949 at university of Wyoming ... membership open to male students in college of pharmacy . . . designed to promote this profes- sion . . . community services . . . helping with throat cultures . . . tb tests . . . finished first in national achievement award . . . help with poison prevention week . . . presented talks to high school on drug abuse . . . page 271 organizations potter law club . . . governmental, professional, social organization . . . scope of activities limited only to activities which will enrich life of law stu- dent . . . mock murder trial conducted by prominent members of american trial lawyers ' association; minimum of one social event per month . . . monthly luncheon speakers ' program featuring guest speakers ... dr. william Carlson . . . gov. stan hathaway . . . judge hickey . . . law day pro- gram to enhance public interest and understand- ing of law as bridge to justice. potfer law club executive council: I. torn ebzery, spealier chairman; 2. ed moriarty, commiHee coordinator; 3. tlm banner, senior representative; 4. franlc neville, senior repre- sentative; 5. alan young, secretary; 6. don Johnson, lOth circuit governor; 7. bill shellady, senator; 8. dan burite, chancellor, not pictured: ken patterson, vice-chancellor; dave hooper, treasurer; bob nielsen, social chairman. epsilon . . . sigma delta chi ... juornalism honorory fraternities . . . meet once a month at joinyE BBKi . . two delegates to national conv courage professior journalistic standar I. linda Howard; 2. rachel mc murray: 3. br 7. doreen hawkins: 8. lynn Stafford, vice-presi woolf; 12. roberta morrow; 13. fiermann dueweke; I ' jacque boyd; dave blevins; Joyce Johnson; marilyn I ellen wheeler: susan fuller; melanie markley; kurr ' bohenblust, president; Virginia giorgis, secretary; ;; 10. sandy sn ■ 5. cheryl malcc r chris br ' ' ' ' ' J ider; I I. |ayne . not pictured: monica miller; k smith; diane ' arner, advisor. sigma alpha eta . . . national organization for col- lege students majoring in curriculum of speech and or hearing science . . . both clinical and re- search . . . epsilon gamma chapter started at uni- versity of Wyoming, 1967 ... has increased in size and magnitude . . . activities the club has sponsored included field trips, banquets, picnics . . . activities for children attending speech and hear- ing clinic. I. margaret burit: 2. kathy peterson; 3. Janet berta: 4 .teresa swartz: 5. Carolyn wood, not pictured: Judy barber; pat ' cowan; jane dover; susan eckroth; mary erickson; Joanne green; John kanaley; phyllls kriz; elizabeth lauk; pam nnar- ra; kathy miner; mike murdock; mary kay rlchards; sally rogers; becky schieb; clayton van housten; linda vogel; mary ann cotton; kathy eggerts; rae lynn lorenzon; cara nielsen; karen rea; donna raforth; patty schubert; lynn Simmons; bonnie swanton; Iceith woolf; mrs. janis jelinek, honor member. page 275 organizations :iii?mmm ■yjtVi ' jI.v-- mn y m :.-:«Jr ' : ::if :h ■ ■■ , ■ :- •a .-; ' t " . •■•ya v v ■ ' ' -■■■ ' ' ■■ ' " ' special interest torn trefck sporh editor doreen Hawkins royalty activities editor ellen wheeler linda mc kinney Howard academics editor linda baske dana m. bates rae ann emery wyo Staff, 1970 chuck smitH assistant editor betty millsaps editor page 278 organizations d John romanovich barbara everist classes editors barbara moyle sue dyas hiro chapptar organizations •ditor beth reed tess brower martha sill Jackie mc murray dave lippman nancy nichols pam nnaxam copy editor Hermann dueweke photography editor Susan fuller lynn Stafford chuck stroble ioe frechet+e Jim Stewart bob chris+ensen vairi vivion kristi larsen index editor laurfe schliske living groups editor trudy pond mary shaul frankie pond Jackie mc murray Vol. 77, No. 16 Universif Finals before Chri A Vote on calendar char A studtnt-wide referendum on proposed academic calendar changes will be held Thursday and Friday in the Union, Washakie Center and the Classroom Build- ing. The purpose of the referendum is to discover " exactly how the students feel about the proposed changes. " Bob Archuleta, former ASUW Senator and representative on the Faculty Academic planning committee announced. " This matter will come before semester w and end in first of Jur " I feel tl fer a prop the Faculty Senate during their first meeting in March, " he con- tinued, " and it would help the faculty in their consideration of this matter if some indication of student opinion was availafeft " " ' " ' Tall semest A partial survey o ' A e ' ' m " y° " A Ws°t or faculty, he said, showed pubilild9-aftkiyb Wiiber anc vote in favor of a p associated students of the trtveai v, of Ai would advocate beginnmg the -H g Under t semester on the last weidL,ifl J jeft-6.6i9 emester w tember. Under this plan pKiija]ft6-42( iday bei would be held in approximi«yi«Jiyg_76P ember the last week in January Spring earlier Sp office hours: 7 p.m. to midnight tuesdays and Wednesdays Vk M _ _ H| ■ ■ fourth floor, union YO10-O1-I7 COmniitmS OfEEfll news editors Rieryl malcolm will take message r higl t H exchange editor 0. candy carroll The 19 Vote Coalition was or- ganized Tuesday night on this campus ,, advertising managef issue directly affecfs., ipanv ni , , lO a • distribution . " rod versity student ajJvertising managef _. jayne woolf ney mc clenahan entered as second class matter at post ottice in Ideas were discu. ' ' " ' ' wyoti ' " umj i he act of march ' jqji 1879, by the associated students of the university The committee, chaired by Keith most effective way 4« Wyoming, emergency sugie copies available aroa room 401, arts and sciences building. _, Ahern, is composed of interested 19year-old voting issue . fr . . . «. 4 k «a. X tf-f 1 A WV 1 lie niuUl 111 1 V ' UllI TKo first r u Jv_ nJ •• " . T.yp . X 3 i ' 5 V %C0UALITV O home of the cowboys Wyoming February 13, 197C e planned for Thursday ?cin in February )f May or the lents would pre- Ich would begin he last week of ' week of Sep- )re Christmas aid. sal the fall minate on the istmas or on hever date is iester would be- i gin in approximately the third week of January and end in the second week of May. " This proposal has many advan- tages from both a teaching and learning standpoint, " Archuleta ex- plained. A third proposal would be sup- port of the present calendar. He said the occurrence of final exams before Christmas vacation would eliminate the " ineffective lame duck session " between the conclusion of break and final exam period. Job opportunities would improve for the summer months also, be- cause of the early conclusion of spring semester, he said. " There are many possibilit ies ir this plan, " Archuleta said. " Ir future years either an interin semester or tri-semester plan coulc easily fit into the works without much trouble. " Students would have almost one month off at Christmas and a full week at spring he explained, " but classes won ' t be any longer and wc will go to school the same numbei of days. " " Basically all this does is push up the semester plan, " Art Han scum, A S Senator added. Hanscum noted opposition tc this plan because it interferes with field research in the sciences, " but this is no an iinsolvable problem. ' ols Budget to be discussed -t t0}aytJ)tPop.4rnft Lth, danafcVWs. |AP«; :uli;r»l itt arA{)ra«iljnn emery, qary iacobsin! WmIket |JeMlgrag herhler, robbie morrow, terry anC lOpesh ' tilfc Rt r-ann f ffloW ' YlfCf H?! dr ' = " f ,Tff " ' to?» ' ' T ' ' " ' ' " " ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ■ " " " " ' ' ' ' ' ' TOfr tifs " « ° " - iieeting wil the Senate at 7 p.m. Tuesday in be in the near future the Union Ballroom. Budgets of $590 for the Hi panc Although the budget was intro- Student Organization andp ' . ' " - . . . .organizations attend the next feting at 7 p.m. Union. J .J :_ c. iir... J ir«J, . ■• I . . u kuwr . . . university of Wyoming cannpus fm station ... to ' " top 30 ' s " . . . more-student-oriented . . . change from classical to tops on charts . . . goal to bring to students . . . " talk " programs brought students closer to campus problems . . . semester reorganization . . . drugs . . . pre- marital sex ... voting laws . . . 24-hour coverage on. week- ends. kuwr " everybody " I. kris brandt; 2. ianis lewis; 3. jon weiss; 4. sfeve pellots; 5. hal amick; 5. bill barrett; 7. larr qrubbs: 8. John balloHi; 9. w. j. schroer; 10. tim lahltf; II. randy smith; 12. al bowker; 13. iim o ' mailey; 14. al Karris: IS. jack qarrett; 16. bob rule; 17. kerm Carlson; 18. cody wamsley; 19. brent wil- cox; 20. harley worthit; 21. dave anselmi. ; page 283 organizations hUGGIKS FARY f HOGGINS S ILV C HbGHES eOtlT L«N HUGHES CH RLfS P HUGHES GECHGf BEN HUGHES JkBILY JO HUGHES -IO-AEL t HULL CLOICh J HULL L ' ORV JOE HULL LIKC -ABie HULL IVIICN CA«CLYN HULP ' E CHECVL LY N HULSE GAMY LVNh HULSHIZER DAVIC E HUKBEOSCN SIDNEY A HU» ' PH»EV JCEL HCBEOT HUfPHBEY RURT ALAN HUMPHREY LESTER D HUMPHREYS CHARLES »• HU» ' PH»EYS JI»» DEAN HU ' PHBEYS KICHAEL C MUfiPHRtYS ICCC R HUPPHRIES JCHN e JR HUf ' PHRYS eiLLIE M HUNDLEY SANDRA SUE HU ICtTT RICKIE DEE HUNT CAVIC HYRCN HUNT CEA fARCI HUNT JAJ-ES CTTC HUNT RICHARD ALLEN HUNTER CHARLES ALLEN HUNTER CLtKN JCE HUNTER ( ' AULLA LAE HUNTER klLLlA T HUNZICKER JCHN J HURC HELEN PATRICIA HURLBERT RICHARC L HURLEY jEANETTE LEE »»URST BRADLEV EUGENE MURTUK GUY HENRY HURtaIT2 BARBARA ANNE HUSCAS FETER fARK HUSffcR LEAN LAhSON HUSCN HARRY H HUSCN » IRSHA L HUSSAIN ABDUL CtDUS HUSTAC KENNETH H HUTCHINGS DAVID A HUTCHINGS SUE ANN HUTCHINSCN DREW L HUTCHlSCN KENNETH W HUTCHISCN PETER J HUTCHlSCN WENDELL JR HUTCMISCN WILLIAW T HUTT CATHARINE B HUTT JA ES P MUTTC HELEN CARBV HUTTCN SANCEE OUKE HVAL PAGNE HVASTKCVS GUN«R$ HWANG IN KIL HYATT GERALD EUGENE HYCHE NCRP K HYDE BURCtN PELTON HVER JANELL HYSAw WILLIE LARK HYSCNC NAN Y HANSON BCiT 2JT 8 WARRFN RC 7 Mr raAMP xj( STORY WYC ■ ••. «e8T CKi ' RCSS HALL «10SB CRANE HAIL IBARA THCAS TAKESHI IBRAHI eCSHRA (• K IGLER SCCIT THC »AS IHRKE CCNALD f IHRKE CCNNA H IfUA KICHAEL ILLICK PET R KARTIN INCHALSPE DAVIC ALAN INCHALbPt HELEN INFANGEB JCSEPH JOHN INGHAM ' WALTER C III INCLfc CHARLES RCEMER INGtLC CCNALD AlFHEC INCRAf ' JAKES ALCEN INGWkHSCN CCNALC W INKSTER CHRISTINE C INKSUR RCBERI PAUL INNfS RtNALC LEE Ii LPACKfR HERPtRT R 1025 ELMWOCD -lL ' fcrIfc iLL CKANE HALL 2 2 IC?1 LYCN LAi A»»IE .Y0 1021 LYCN I0?1 LYCN LARAPIE WYO PCWNEY HALL =21A HCNARA JAdUL PERWAN AFGHAN lfl 5 AVE B BILLINGS ' ONT CRANE HALL = 135A 2S?5 WARREN »362 LARACIE WYC 2525 WARREN 2575 WARREN ' 362 LAKAPIE WYO 2525 WARREN =362 ALACCIN WYO HILL HALL =202A RCUTE I GUYfCN CKLA 26 . 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I. chrls smith; 2. penny tschetter; 3. John mankin; 4. bill wiggam: 5. jim gill; 6. jack sorenson, treasurer; 7. linda meredlth; 8. laurls tysdal; 9. fred sneesborough; 10. rick alien; II. don hannn; 12. jay palm; 13. curtIs wllson; 14. ray ravenscroft; 15. belinda kerbs, secretary; 16. helen hutto; 17. dan hutto; 18. mike tipton, ag council; 19. mick botkin; 20. tom braid; 21. charlie anderson; 22. gale york, vice-president; 23. jerry kraft, president, not pictured: rod smith; ed merril; candy carroll; roger miller. the Wyoming collegiate 4-h club . . . organized to stimu- late interest in the advance- ment of 4-h club work . . . to develop qualities of char- acter, citizenship, and leader- ship ... to provide educa- tional and social opportuni- ties for college 4-h members . . . activities this year in- cluded a snow party, booths at the albany county 4-h carnival, participation In the state 4-h leaders ' conference. I. cathy griffin, president; 2. ed atchison; 3. ray wright, vice-president; 4. belinda kerbs, publicity chairman; 5. elaine ferguson, secretary; 6. sandy snider, treasurer; 7. linda dickinson; 8. shirley donelson; 9. alice griffin, publicity chair- man; 10. shirley barkhurst; II. dennis lye; 12. gwenda hansen; 13. fred cheesbrough, newsletter co-editor; 14. teddy araas; 15. sylvia armstrong. not pictured: patty landers, historian; ray ravenscroft, parliamentarian; naida hanson; don hamm, social chairmen; jay palm; vickie nielson; susan overwager. ted professional m in recreation . . . . comnnunity therapists . . . . planned work . anthropology, teationalists . . . lenging u.w. majors. page 287 organizations Uki ■j. J: ;, C - 7 . mm t-} R ?; ' I. Jackie d. nordman; 2. allce m. acevedo, secratary; 3. Ilnda I. wells, vice president; 4. frank r. mc henry; 5. toni I. bigler; 6. chrisline a. norgaard; 7. James a montoya; ■ 8. 9. Judy m. webster, corresponding secretary; 10. willlam d. blakos- ley, treasurer; II. george p. zaharas: 12. edward k. baker; 13. glenn e. otterman, president; 14. bruce e. doern; 15. Stephen a. day; 16. bruce e. gallinger; 17. michael a. preator; 18. paul d. Johnson; 19. John a. howell; 20. virat sampanvejsobha; 21. richard w. peters; 22. Stephen m. gulley; 23. gary r. book; 24. lois j. lauring; 25. raymond h. haus; 26. philip r. giannino; 27. willeford j. stoecker; 28. roger j. lemene; 30. pamela j. scranton; 31. darrell I. dillon; 32. dean c. rumney; 33. wayne terrell; 34. wllliam I. abu assaiy; 35. paul a. guse; 36. gregory a. maag; 37. jack bone, dean; 38. dr. o day. page 288 organizations student american pharmaceutical association . . . providing pharmacy students with an organization to learn more about the profession . . . guest speaicers monthly to discuss particular fields of pharmacy . . . sponsored an all-school dance with other pharmacy organizations . . . elementary poster contest during national poison pre- vention week . . . school of pharmacy honors convocation . . . accounting club provided opportunity for associa- tion among its members with practicing accountants . . . promoted collegiate study of accounting . . . encouraged and recognized scholastic and profes- sional excellence . . . scholarship encouraged . . . club presented $25. savings bond to senior with the highest scholastic achievement . . . field trip to Colorado interstate corporation in Colorado springs promoted interest. I. leroy lee. advisor; 2. jean germann: 3. dorothy buchholz; 4. dan homec; 5. Judy comin, secretary; 6. gerald stack, treasurer; 7. leigh verley; 8. robert archuleta; 9. larry madsen; 10. mickey zanoni; II. bruch afmann, president; 12. larry lorenzen; 13. jim porter; 14. kenneth rose; 15. John lewis, chaplain; 16. david lawson; 17. donald dohm; 18. phil colennan; 19. joe wickam; 20. bill lazzeri; 21. frank nelson; 22. charles roberts; 23. nick roich; 24. joe degeer. not pictured: dennis terwilliger, vice president; ronald abbott; susan ballard; thomas bailey; gary beattie; jerry binfit; edwin broyler; ronald buonocore; kenneth cannpbell; dennis eckerdt; mark elllott; James ennis; John eversole; bruce glade; edward hager; gerald hansen; dee harrison; margaret knehans; dennis lancaster; jerry mobley; John mobley; John munz; charles ragsdale; floyd ross; jannette schumm; wllliam sims; rudy stanko; richard strickler; benjamin thompson; bruce uhren. nu upsilon omega . . . district chapter of the Wyoming association for students of nursing . . . organized to promote professional and social unity among students of nursing . . . activities began in September with a picnic ... all nursing students were invited . . . big- gest project of year was to sell halloween candy for rocky mountain kidney foundation. I. pam groshart, vice president; 2. petro niegisch; 3. nikki tillett, corresponding secretary; 4. kathy Clifford; 5. cathy quenelle: 6. della edwards; 7. patient unknown; 8. Janice matson, president, not pictured: nnarie kipp. treasurer; iudy forbes; jolene dunmioe; beverly grapes; dale heath; denise hoffman; carol metz; deanna salis- bway; sandy schutz; nnacy simmons; dorothy sipe; deborah groshart; mary kay jamieson; carol knittle; waiter jeffeois; marjorie thorvaldson; darlene scott; deena burns. page 290 outing club ... members had fun, did it safely ... " cli pus " . . . practiced scalirK) the a mory in-between excf the slopes for cross-cpun ' fry skiing in winter ... " ca above, below rocks . . . trips to snowy range, ve es ... traveling near and far ...always gladj page 291 organizations ski club . . . open to any student with an interest in the sport of skiing . . . membership included skiers ranging from snow-plowers to racers . . . ven- tures to medicine bow, Jackson, happy jack, and Colorado ... ski carnival and snow ball . . . big events spon- sored by the ski club. I. larry martin; 2. cella kellam; 3. steve biclel; 4. torn alesi, vice president; 5. christy ras- mussen, secretary; 6. steve {orgensen, presi- dent; 7. marie carotenuto. orchesis . . . modern dance group that pre- sented concerts during the year . . . stressed various styles of dancing and experimental interpretations . . . tried to create different environments on stage, effected with clever props. I. sid hull; 2. jane ieffreys; 3. karen runit; 4. anita rohrbaugh; 5. carol franz, president; 6. manan klaus; 7. ieny budrow. page 293 organizations rifle team members placed seventh out of thirty-two teams at the kansas state university invitational in december . . . other matches included . . . big sky invitational, montana state university . . . silver state invitational, univer- sity of nevada at reno . . . member schools of the colorado-wyoming rifle league included csu, cu, Colorado school of mines, southern Colorado state college. I. bob petty; 2. charley fanning; 3. jim griziell, cap- tain; 4. iohn crouch; 5. nrtsg. James foley, coach; 6. lee brain; 7. iim lawrence; 8. doug white; 9. iohn Johnston, not pictured: ann pedrini; frankie pond. rodeo club . . . member of national intercol- legiate rodeo association . . . sponsored two rodeos each year ... powder river ball ... laramie river rendezvous. I. mike tipton, treasurer; 2. jerry kraft, president; 3. niki delancy; 4. connie philips; 5. cheryl kolbrick; 6. irene smith; 7. randy ilg; 8. fred larson; 9. barney delancey; 10. dave hunt; II. bob hones; 12. John ketchum; 13. rod smith; 14. ronnie qivens; 15. gene Jordan; 16. jim skavdahl; 17. jay palm, not pictured: mike ruby, vice-president; betty hampshire, secretary; bill hartnell; pat miller; gene schotz; gale york; ed merrill; mick talmadge; charlie anderson; penny maiody; pam panetta; melanie miller; shirley barkhurst; linda lamb; reed smith; ken fleenor; ralph betz; rich frazer. . jim grizzell: 5. dan silbaugh; ' - " daniel: 7. frank gavin, president; 8. ted adams: 9. torn gilles: 10. torn tintz; ;-rob5: 12. jim olcott: 13. steve mordhorst; 14. ben Howard; 15. torn michael. I: gr«g reals: bob peters; bob mason; stan dodds bob paters; gary garrison; hou lcy: Steve morgan; tim dennlsson; lee br in: petef robes; torn, " •J,-; kim marshal!; mike prudent:; mike wooVJ;,,w yno jenson; .r ile ■ neal kalberer; rcy wilson, rick corbln; ' si4 taylor; dave bri ' c " " aul taylor: ed synakowski; brent englewright; torn ' gor: sfeyr Steve pj mith. w club . . . sold members beanies or painted w on the cheek of the freshman class members each September . . . worked»to promote athletic, ata.demic ' . . . social r- lationships on campus. ,4 f . ' - iy »t wildlife socieiy ... took fishing trip, snov attended national wildlife conclave, corvallis, action organization ..., ' ' 1- " .t ■ ' ' " ■ ' ' ■ inge mountains , . . assisted environmeet ■ ' vironpnS«mil prT)bler ion piqage: Z. lynne peterson; 4. mike jactson: S.Jcaren runic, secretarV-treasucei 7. ron smith, vice president; 8. rich henry; 9. John k p 10. chuck thornton Stanley, president; 12. ioe evans. not pictured; jim lill Courtney: ion gulletl: paul ' ' ' tt|riHil0 HMIBi( ' kive i i,! ' ! logan: robin lowcry; jack macdonald: marion WcartneyT Tin ' murphy: James o ' ma li not pictured: ken persson; jerry pulsforl: rich scHlior: jar selller: b-irbara siverts spraker: jlm stagnitta; waiter welnrich: tim wiersema: phllllp wllson. u.w. debate team . . . finished first in every rocky mountain region competition entered . . . brought widespread acclaim to u.w. . . . defeated top-ranked southern cal. in los angeles . . . two senior members finished ninth against top teams in nation at dart- mouth . . . sponsored state-wide high school speech tournament . . . trophies, travel, sac- rifice, dedication ... u.w. ' s debaters, 1970 ... an asset to the campus. u.w. debafe squad: milce shoumaler, president; bill torbert, vice-president; nena roncco, recording secretary; h. James foblnson, statistician; bill baum; clem John; paul stern; maureen donohoue: dan riggs; tim beppler; jean moore; mike kleppinger; linda schropfer; terry zebre; margaret mckeown; gall martin. page 298 organizations debate coach wayne callaway and two senior debaters display another first-place trophy for u.w. ' s outstanding team. — photo by herb pownall, u.w. photo service one of many I y f i turfles . . . u.w. ' s most notorious honorary . . . open to university ' s most promising alcoholics . . . major in drinking . . . courses in partying 30lf, all-night drunks 630cl ... hang-overs 700g. I. jim richardson; 2. dick martin; 3. bill meyer; 4. doug madison: 5. alan kirkbride; 6. del John cochran; 7. al widerspahn; 8. torn fully; 9. bob anderson; 10. gunnars hvoskos; II. bill hill; 12. jim -flooring; 13. barry fancher. page 300 ora in!Tation« circle k ... not a social fra- ternity but a service organiza- tion for college men . . . simi- lar to kiwanis and service clubs in the community ... a leader- ship and character building group which serves the campus and community . . . I. thomas megeath, governor, rocky mountain district; 2. ann grudis, sweetheart; 3. larry comin, treasurer; 4. larry clapp; 5. leonard merrell. vice-president; 6. robert archuleta, president; 7. david young; 8. robert zotfl; 9. bill •pickerIng; 10. davld hepner; II. robert adams, corresponding secretary; 12. morley langdon; 13. raymond a. shader, advisor, not pictured: doug klehm, recording secretary; ed gonyou; bill kohrs. s.e.a. . . . student education association . . . loca branch of national education association, on college campuses throughout u.s. . . . meet monthly . . . student-teacher panel . . . placement interview . . . 19-year-old vote committee for Wyoming spear- headed . . . program on sex education in public schools . . . open to ail students interested in teach- ing careers . . . over 300 members. yd ' s implemented a program . . . stimulated young people with an active interest in political educa- tion . . . focused attention on political involvement . . . and actively worked in the democratic party on the local and state level. I. teri Carroll; 2. donn mccall; 3. ioel humphrey; 4. donna sorenson; 5. Helen cook; 6. sue crist; 7. kristi larsen; 8. bernard phelan; 9. dennis stickley; 10. dr. kendall baker; II. craig newman; 13. torn mast. yrs I. kent hall, u.w. chairman; 2. jack trethaway; 3. keith ahern, state chair- man; 4. jIm littlejohn; 5. betfy millsaps. not pictured: rusty nichols; ted freedman; valrl vivion; rick tempest; jay bishop; chery guess; chuck smith: iynn smith; jay knisely; cony geisick. page 305 oreianizations cosmopolitan club . . . organization for both foreign and american students ... to exchange ideas among different countries ... a world wide or- ganization. diana scott, secretary, usa: barbarak khallk. vice president, afghanistan; mustafa ghandor, lebanon; abdulkadir nur, president, Somalia. -university of Wyoming photo service I. conrad boucheleon; 2. dwight iames: 3. william Johnson; 4. abdirizac awale: 5. patricia puclce+t; 6. wlllie s. black, chancellor; 7. annie cooper; 8. henry draper; 9. edmund hannii- ton; 10. dallas Jackson; II. clea+us Jackson. b.s.a. . . . black students ' alliance . . . sponsored James farmer . . . highest-ranking negro in nixon ad- ministration . . . lecture series . . . soul jam one and two . . . black art seminar . . . cosponsored loren watson, corky gonzalez lec- ture series with hispano students. page 307 organizations fraternil served the publ u.w. ' s auxiliaries continued their services . . . all promoted their own group ' s public rela- tions, spirit conning . . houses . . . assisted with rush, teas, home- provided " ornamentation " for acacia ' s " daughters of delphi " . . . played rabbits at easter, santa at christmas . . . helped rush new members . . . held drawing for radio . . . slave sale . . . dances, food sneaks . . . good times . . . sigma chi ' s " little sigmas " . . . started last spring . . . expanded into a dynamic auxiliary ... sponsored 5:00 a.m. (yawn) breakfasts ... helped at fraternity ' s auctions . . . christmas cheese and wine party for sigma chi pledges . . . helped pledges with house duties . . . farmhouse ' s " pearls and rubies " . . . organized last year to symbolize fraternity spirit ... named after group ' s pin ... served coffee and cookies at open houses . . . always ready to find someone a last-minute date . . . acacia daughferi of delphi: I. sandy skyles; 2. kay cook; 3. nancy roberts, treafurer; 4. maureen grabill,. secretary; 5. wlllie bell; 6. ianlce Jones; 7. Janet barker, president; 8. kris brandt; 9. debbie downing, -his- torian, not pictured: kathy geor- gen; nancy reiling; cindy hiland. page 308 auxiliaries groups, promoted relations . . . ato malfcsians: I. jean diemer; 2. I!nda lanser; 3. Judy oslund: 4. grenae frentriss; 5. becky moore: 6. Julie Henderson; 7. jean fonda; 8. ginny patton; 9. polly uhl; 10. Joanne gernnon; II. nancy keefe; 12. pam lewis; 13. nnarcia neeley; 14. jan hillstead; 15. jeanette brov n; 16. mary ann palanck; 17. lonna wallway; 18. Susan waldrum; 19. Joanne eggerf. PK M o 1 sae little sisters of minerva: I. adrian christopules; 2. candy connor; 3. Jeanne nnoorliart; 4. nancy swanton; 5. linda ossmoss; 6. becky novick; 7. pat moore; 8. linda denes; 9. Judy Jackson, presi- dent; 10. Janet lippencott; II. peggy nunn, vice-president; 12. rhonda guth- rie; 13. connie jacobson; 14. nancy nichols; 15. brenda dyer; 16. peggy mc earthy; 17. abby martin; IB. carol rosendahl; 19. jane simmons; 20. linda kelly; 21. tammy ruhter; 22. Judy gend- reizig; 23. karalee heckart; 24. Jeanne oslund. not pictured: eileen sanchez; cheryl elliot; mary ann Schwartz, sec- retary; cady drew; susan kamm; sue hansen; pat voran; rosemary Jones. . . . met, socialized, little sisters of tite ... I. kathy hicks; 2. lorralne lambert; 3. debbie morehouse; 4. rusty schnur; 5. sue medary; 6. chris white, president; 7. donna shreve; 8. carol davidson; 9. laurie schliske, secretary; 10. kristi swanson; II. Judy lloyd; 12. kay diver, not pictured: kathy crowson; sara snyder; margaret plumb. farmhouse " pearls and rubies " : mrs. c. b. ienkins, housemother; I. belinda kirbs: 2. naida hanson; 3._ becky nab innes; 4. sherry fickes; 5. linda lamb, not pictured: nancy wrlght; sharon dark; sue dougan; Judy barber; rowena wright; kathy griffin. tau kappa epsilon ' s little sisters hashed at the chapter house, painted radia- tors in the basement . . . helped boost flagging morale during finals via cheer- ful posters . . . phi delta theta ' s pallasians served as pledge moms for phi delt pledges, at- tended keggers, papered homecoming float . . . connived " sneaks " with pledges . . . cheered on their favorites at intramurals . . . and competed against them in a basketball game . . . sigma nu ' s sweethearts took orphans from torrington to dinner and ball games, helped " snakes " with formal rush . . . joined in baseball with other auxiliaries. sigma nu sweethearts: I. sue brown; 2. carol arledge; 3. jane dover, historian; 4. mary Icay bond; 5. penny winnie; 6. ann hicb, president; 7. randy davison; 8. karey huff; 9. Icaren deike; 10. luana fisher, public relations; II. debbie norrls; 12. barbara lewis; 13. sue flaten; 14. mary simpson, chaplain; 15. paula benedict; I6.viclci petsch; 17. linda wasson; 18, sharon hebenstreit, vice president; 19. linda slings- by; 20. barbara sullivan; 21. Icathy simmons, secretary; 22. donna san- dahl; 23. collette fry. not pictured: jane olson; susan phillips; jonna whalen; clndy peefz; nena roncco; nancy reckling; nnary anne latta; betsy watson; lorraine divver; nnarlene sample; karen trout; anita rundquist; bonnie small. phi delta theta paltasians: I. marilyn brezina, secretary-treasurer; 2. Judy grimm, president; 3. jane borchardt; 4. beth reed; 5. cindy mullinix; 6. rita underdown; 7. Jackie tyier; 8. carol swinney; 9. ellen wheeler, vice-president; 10. anita fahling; II. carol Jones; 12. nancy nichols; 13. mary billie; 14. ann adams; 15. vicki pruitt; 16. kathy Jones, not pictured: Jill lumley; sid hull; barb everist; chris blessing: arlene holloway. = --:i; " ».T. ■■tj.j« ' ?» ' i»WBK-; sigma chi little sigmas: I. Janice magagna, vice-president; 2. billy jo berry; 3. debbie white; 4. cheryl harmon; 5. meg davis; 6. Ica+hy hegewald; 7. becky blackman; 8. Judy spaulding; 9. barbara har+man; 10. mar+y strannigan, rush chairman; II. connle robb; 12. mary kay heaton; 13. mar- garet brown; 14. kathy lines; 15. kathy mathewes; 16. sue flanagan. not pictured: diana ewing; carol ross, secretary- treasurer; wendy warden, social chairman; laurel {ones; Janet Peterson, president. page 312 . . . and toasted their men. kappa sIgma stardutters: I. Itathy hendrlckson; 2. Julie warrington, president; 3. laura peryam; 4. pat mcgee; 5. dorothy morrison; 6. Carolyn smith, secretary-trea- surer; 7. Susan merritt; 8. ann flenning; 9. mary ann katana; 10. Julie hauser; II. sue eckroth; 12. anita rohrbauqh; 13. nancy smith. not pictured: denise cooley; peggy rudolph; mary ann fitzpatrick; bev hafner; dalene moore: linda aster; kathy grodland; Joyce bledsoe. page 313 organizations student religious organizations baptist student center american baptist church i baptist student union southern baptist church episcopal church church of christ lutheran chu Hwuri synod ..ft lSi fhe laHer da american lufheran conference ,Jy |j ran church o cathoffd church — photo by page 3h organi s ' . :• ' -?- ' »-■ : ■•. ' ' iffcV .. " ' . " .y-.K-; - o Music Barbara person .,ne butler low clarinets judii-h cuthbf constanc i Joe von a tubas John nunlev M rankle ppnd .-Qi claik j gfeg tein d Qo yjgeisicK phi mu alpha tinfonia ... I. larry dixson; 2. harold robert; 3. joe Icaspar; 4. greg stelnwand; 5. roy clarlt; 6. morris tate: 7. John lee; 8. mason powers; 9. mike Johnson; 10. ed thamer. president; II. ron waeckerlin; 12. ken Johnson; 13. nick simons; 14. bob dud- ley; 15. lane wood; 16. steve comer; 17. rusty yocum; 18. steve howard; 19. robin hertel; 20. jeft young, vice presi- dent. page 321 organizations -university of Wyoming photo service springtime singers . . . small group . . . popular jazz . . . folk tunes . . . formed last year . . . won uso trips to far east . . . " one idea to enjoy singing as much as we hope our audience enjoys us " ... represent university around state ... I. mason powars; 2. sandy grim; 3. ed steerman; 4. cindy adams: 5. pal martinez: 6. pat patton. page 322 the collegiate chorale sopranos cindy adams jeana anderson peggy ahlschwede paula baker cathy childs nora downer loris engstrom francos freeman jonene Hamilton marilyn Harrison annette klipstein melanie markley patricia martinez cheryl micHel Susan montgomery ann robinson marianne roHrbaugH Helen rowland karyl spiering Susan spracklen ann wiiley altos Sandra barry deborah bond mary kay bond lanne bu+ler Carrie crosby cathy egdorf georganne franks Sandra grim susan Humes mary betH Johnson adele mac neel esther martinez gay moHr marcia neely margaret plumb Connie sHipman linda waiters tenors jon carrow greg cortez Stephen crapser James franks kenneth Johnson micHael Johnson John lee paul martin scott mc bride - Joseph mitchell W Patrick patton basses, baritom micHael Johnson paul larsen bruce maurer ken pontinen mason powars James rannells James rose greg sarette John, seitz glenn shaffer Wayne steerman lane wood rex yocum Jeffrey young acconnpanist mrs. mary Jo smith chorale organization officers glenn shaffer — president James franks — vice president mary beth Johnson — secretary-treasurei ' patrick patton — student director symphonic band , ■«v ' -V ' - ' V-Si ' ' iv ' A " ' b flat clarincTS connie carr don cherni frankie pond greqg s+einwand deborah dumbrill roy dark nnorris tate i string bass etJ steerman John nunley ken iohnson n pacheco percussion bob dudley dennis dorr cony geisick ■ jon pigage , susan care bruce e. clark :gory schnose jn botkin jack carlin ' ted logan marilyn edwards dennis bohmont connie shipman duane kerr claude martin b flat trumpets larry jay r old roberts r ruland of the orch. first violins rosalie lewis, concertmistress anne bennett martha voiitz carol hardy claire barta John Wallace William morgan iarry price second violins ,,,. f. dieterich ani+a curry howard kleinkopf ka+hleen r4msberg connie carr terri diem| bonnie tuciier linda paul ann oedrin mary gust. istance iailace, principal pedrin french horn laura schlJske, principal rex f. yociJm iinda dunlavy collin amiqk trumpets . ' J ugh ande ■ste.-J Alcipai Iarry dixscn Iarry jay connie shipman — trombo, david bp -.., I dilllnger ' " n bowker margery metzger philip metzger double basses " ' debbie spicer, principal U « t ' S f f barbVa polSff - - li ' kinq y - ■4 ' " . scott (hardsl tinnpani 1 robert shotc percussion margaret lea robert dudl y ' cony geisicf , jery gully tu • ■ v 1 m ,-■ page 325 ' organizations ■■.r i ' ' ' f ' j:l " ' ' , o military m. 1 I ■ I scabbard and blade . . . army r.o.f.c. . . . ushered at home football and basketball games . . . cosponsored corpette drill team . . . and annual military ball. I. ed a+chison; 2. John esctiirich; 3. larry cor 4. bob cording; 5. John barbee; 6. ross crj 7. mike dueweke; 8. bill knight; 9. pat mc i 10. mike mccoy; II. george zaharas; 12. f gavin; 13. dave plagemann; 14. John zel 15. don nnoeller; 16. ed heil; 17. ford stoec captain; 18. ben howard; 19. joe bousn 2nd lieutenant; 20. jerry zinnmernnan, 1st I tenant; 21. marty ans. rangers . . . special r.o.t.c. unit . . . composed entirely of volunteers . . . undertaking hand to hand combat . . . and survival. I. John barbee; 2. John dinan; 3. ross crago; 5. ron rul; 6. phil revolinsky; 7. mike duewel 9. ron triggs; 10. torn chin; 12. gary jacobson; 13. John zebre; 15. jim barngrover; 16. g« kindred; 8. frank griggs; 19. george patras; 22. John english; 23. dave gates; 24. manual vii 25. major mc kee, ranger advisor; 26. tom elliot; 27. Jacques carlini; 28. joe lawson, command! officer; 30. richard geer; 31. John eschrich; 32. bill knight; 33. r. a. Jones; 34. mike mccoy; bruce wilson; 36. cody phillips; 37. dave lankford; 38. ed atchison, commander. 11 tV« ' I Wl arnold air society . . . service honorary affiliated with afrotc . . . squadron conducted such activities as blood drives, clothing and food campaigns . . . netted over $400 for go vap orphanage, salgon . . . sponsored award-winning angel flight and pre- cision drill team . . . attended con- claves In salt lake, los angeles . . . ushered at games, concerts . . . mili- tary bail in february. I. steve miyamoto; 2. don grandia, comptroller; 3. gene smith; 4. mark wilson; 5. rick Icilmer; 6. torn megeafh, information officer; 7. ollver sundby, commander; 8. bill eastman; 9. John roblr.son; 10. ed bittner, operations officer; II. wayne greiss, administrative officer; 12. pete crosby; 13. russ mortenson; 14. bill patton; 15. Howard schrinar: 16. bob lebeda: 17. larry schacht; 18. bill butlcovich. not pictured: paul delnes, executive officer; bob watson; bob toombs; bob selman; gregg gossman; glen larson, angel liaison; bruce burdiclc. army drill team . . . competed in three drill meets . . . with the navy, army, and air force . . . competed in all parades . . . par- ticipated at homecoming. I. lee gibson; 2. sunny gallion; 3. ross grago; 4. tom patras; 5. george lucas; 6. iohn eschirich: 7. robert phillips; 8. iohn kolnlk; 9. iohn dinar: 10. steve stlne: II. dan stine: 12. mickey white; 13. John barbee; 14. mike nugent, commander. page 329 organizations corpettes, angels drill, serve I. ann felner; 2. marty strannlgan, historian; 3. sue brown, historian; 4. eileen Sanchez; 5. Julie warrlngton; 6. barb crow; 7. kathy lines; 8. jan ferris, projects chairman; 9. peggy nunn; 10. Itaren nnc kinney; II. nnary ann schwarti; 12. sue sales; 13. susan zupan; 14. collette fry; 15. cheryl harmon; 16. cody lisco; 17. karen deike; 18. mary kay bond; 19. luana fisher; 20. chrlsty hesse; 21. linda artery, com- mander, not pictured: laurel Jones, operations officer; bar- bara hartman, adjutant; lynn Stafford; shirley anderson; nancy peterschmidt; melanie jackman. Ilnda artery and mary simpson assist bob pilnacek during the blood drive, sponsored jointly by the two groups. . . . corpet+es . . . grey ladles during blood drive . . . marched in homecoming parade ... veteran ' s day parade ... participated in governor ' s day ... won first place in regulation drill in 1 0th annual rocky mountain drill meet ... usher at football games . . . basketball games . . . help sponsor military ball . . . sell doughnuts at dorms and sororities twice a month . . . angels drilling with drill commander, shelly frost. . . . angels . . . usher at basketball games . . . football games . . . helped sponsor a blood drive . . . attend area conclave In salt lake city . . . do- nated to united fund . . . send representatives to national conclave in anaheim, California ... I. carol presenkowski: 2. jan hilstead, eomptroller; 3. beverly hafner; 4. ianet bunting; 5. Carrie crosby; 6. judy oslund; 7. barbara o ' keefe; 8. linda lamoreaux; 9. shelley frost, drill commander; 10; dottie massman; II. cindy peterson; 12. becky lomonaco, info, services officer; 13. susan horan; 14. cindy mullinix, assistant adm. officer; 15. Janice hennings; 16. susan wiwi; 17. susan peters; 18. marcia neely; 19. jo ann eggert; 20. karen dokken, pledge president; 21. alice bunn, operations officer; 22. Julie Henderson, executive officer; 23. mary kay heaton, assistant i.s.o.; 24. meg davis; 25. debbie white, inspector general; 26. mary simpson, arch angel, not pictured: karey huff; nancy peters; kathy simmons, administrative officer; linda slingsby, assistant op- erations off. o classes C; t ; graduate students seniors juniort: sophomores freshmen . M ' y classef ooo tll( brazen freshmen bluffing their waj through the big experi ment, sometimes muffinj ooo the quasi sophisticated sophomore; ooo sleek, confident jun iors ooo larger-than-life seniors, clinging to th( I 1 •»-v -v I -1 -r l-« T v 4- -• -v I I rr - A r S— t3» m O 3 E E " C .- si u a E a wm s m ' ■ ' K■■: mS::MM- ' : ' ' - - : ii fi fe ii i li ' i !r(,V ■r ■ ,. ' .:v-.. : i " « ' .1. IQI (3 4 ' i •■ S E ■=■ ' ' " n oil C D »T3-Q u ;-v,i ' -- r o c -? ? • who ' s who among sfuden+s in american uni- versities and colleges . . . honor is conferred annually on outstanding student leaders from 1,000 colleges and universities in the united states . . . nominatinq committees are in- structed to choose those students whose aca- demic standing, service to the community, lead- ership in extracurricular activities, and future potential are decidedly above average . . . robert anderson robert o. anderson: interfraternity council president; chairman, senate activities and traditions committee. 1969: siqma nu. bobby a. archuleta: asuw senate, 1968-69; chairman, bill of rights committee, academic affairs committee, public relations committee, sigma alpha epsllon, iron sicull david f. berry: asuw senate, 1969; chairman, course evaluation committee; sigma chi, union activities com- mittee executive treasurer; phi beta Icappa jay c. bishop; asuw senate 1969; chairman, commerce and industry student advisory board, 1968-69 sigma nu; omicron delta kappa joe! bousman: scabbard and blade: farmhouse presi- dent, omicron delta kappa, alpha zeta, cowboy joe handler jacque boyd; wyo editor, 1968-69; mortar board; chi omega, chimes, iron skull bobby archuletc dave berry paqe 347 jay c. bishop Joel bousman jacque boyd paqe 343 barbara broslus: executive vice-president, union activities council: union recreation committee chairman: pi beta phi mary brown: president spurs, 1968-69: a.w.s. presidential-delegate-at-large: chimes: iron skull: kappa delta pi dan burlie: potter law club president: asuw judicial board lorraine divver: mortar board: pepster and homecoming queen. 1968: alpha chi omega: spurs and chimes ernest dutton: rha president 1968-69: varsity track and field: varsity soccer: vice-president of iron skull marilyn enii: mortar board: asuw activities and traditions: public relations, activities coordina- tion, elections, state tournament and bill of rights committees: delta delta delta daniel furlong: asuw senate, 1968-69: asuw assistant business manager, 1969-70: chairman, public relations committee: commerce and industry advisory council: phi delta theta charles geboe; state membership chairman, Wyoming personnel and guidance association: student secretary, executive committee of the regional center for the improvement of counselor education. barbara broslus mary brown dan burlce lorraine divver ernest w. dut+on charles geboe paqe 350 classes sue marie Hansen: mortar board president; asuw senator, 1968-69; chairman, activities coordination committee: delta delta delta beverly herman: mortar board: home economics council; senate vigilantes committee: delta delta delta wllllam u. hill: student senate 1967-68, 1968-69: slgma nu president, iron skull, phi epsllon phi, admiral emory s. land award, chairman asuw activities and traditions committee, western collegiate association representative, speakers committee nancy m. wrIght: mortar board: asuw senator, 1968-69 chairman, vigilantes committee; alpha chi omega Janice I. howard: vice president, white hall 1968 69; rha council vice-president, 1968-69 alan kirkbride; asuw vice-president, 1969-70: omicron delta kappa: alpha tau omega robert w. koester; asuw vice-president, 1968-69; omicron delta kappa; sigma nu linda lamb: aws president; mortar board; homecoming queen attendant, 1969; alpha chi omega ronald f. larson: iron skull, president; phi gamma delta, omicron delta kappa, phi kappa phi, american marketing association, president " hoke " mac mlllan: asuw president. 1969-70; omicron delta kappa nancy wright bob koester ronald larson alan kirkbride linda lamb hoke mac millan page 352 Stephanie j. me lay: panhellenic council president; asuw entertainment committee; chi omega betty mlllsaps: wyo editor, 1969-70; phi kappa phi; , delta epsilon; kappa delta; asuw publications and public relation committees; pi sigma alpha; kappa delta pi; young republicans barbara person: union activities council president; uac cultural affairs committee chairman; alpha chi omega Janet peterson: mortar board; vice-president, union activities council executive board, 1968-69; chairman, travel committee; delta delta delta lee c. pigage: campus clearing house; asuw student bill of rights committee, iron skull, phi kappa phi, phi beta kappa fhomaj I. runner: chairman, state committee to lower Wyoming ' s voting age to 19; omicron delta kappa; dele- gate to nea conventions; sigma nu carl m. sandberg: asuw president, 1968-69; planning committee for governor ' s conference on drug abuse, 1969; sigma chi charlene a. shaffer: mortar board, 1969-70; chairman, academic tour for selected high school students; chimes president, 1958-69; alpha chi omega thomas spicer: chairman, asuw speakers ' committee; omicron delta kappa vice-president; asuw business manager, iron skull, phi kappa phi susan e. waldram: mortar board; american pharma- ceutical association; marching band; delta delta delta philip white, jr.: editor, branding iron al wiederspahn: asuw public relations committee chair- man; citlzen-to-citizen fact-finding tour to europe and the communist countries, 1969; sigma alpha epsilon, senate 69-70; alpha epsilon delta, three year scholars program. 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