University of Cincinnati - Cincinnatian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)
- Class of 1962
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Text from Pages 1 - 385 of the 1962 volume:
Chris Demakes, Editor-in-chief
John Watson, Business Manager
The University of Cincinnati: 1962-it is an aggregate
of 9000 day students, 8000 evening students,
1350 teachers, and countless other personnel.
I t is also an elaborate physical plant and a
tremendous complex of organizations
and institutions. It is so vast, so enormous,
that most people fall into ruts of varying
sizes, ruts which intermesh to form the A s
total pattern. Indeed, what else can 0 0
they do? For the university's extensiveness
belies real comprehension. Hence it is
that to picture in merely 300 pagesnthe entire
university, the myriads of facts '
and observations must be resolved into
a few basic patterns. '
These patterns are hardly fair:
they cut of corners, they squeeze and stretchy
but they do throw into relief the '
basic structures of the University of Cincinnati
The physical plant
is the most immediate
fact of UC. It is compelling
- beautiful, and continually
looking to the future.
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There is mach majesty
in UCS campus, and an evolution
of architectural form and design.
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And the campus has
its people . . . and they
too are the campus.
And the people pursue
studies, interests, skills, dedications,
in search of rewards and values.
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take pleasure in life.
Arid life is frantic, life is seriousg
living is to be always doing something
And the University is people
living among the forms and
stones of the physical campus.
And living is personal.
T BLE 0F CONTENTS hh
Fhe Year . ....... page I6 The University ...... page 60
Athletics ........ page 314
Organizations . . . page J 58
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The year is the temporal arrange-
ment. It is UC,s eternal recur-
rence. Every year has the same
events, with only the people
changing, and as individuals,
they too are soon forgotten. Sep-
arate memories blur into a few
impressions and when a few years
pass only these fleeting visions
remain to capture the year's flow
of people, places, and things.
ORGA IZED CONFUSION IYPIFIES
THE CHO0L YEAR'S BEGINNING
Registration is largely a matter of lines-lines to
the advisers, lines for IBM cards, lines for ID
cards, and the inevitable lines to the cashier. For
both students and administration it is a time-
consuming and tedious procedure, but somehow
the thousands of schedules and fees are straight-
ened out and students are ready to resume classes
once more. Amid the confusion of registration
freshmen and new students are oliicially welcomed
to UC at the Orientation Convocation. Immedi-
ately following convocation students meet their
student advisers, who take them on a campus tour.
Faculty adviser lay C. Heinlein renders valuable aid in helping
a bewildered political science major plan first semester schedule.
Wally Seins acquaints incoming freshmen with the
campus through the men's advisory orientation tours
Fall registration day finds thousands of harassed
students waiting in lines to receive class cards.
The moving of the registrars, card checkers, and fee assessors
to the Union Building shortens the long lines of registration.
The final step appears to be the most painful one
paying tuition in the cashierlv ojjice.
RUSH PERIOD BRINGS NEW IDEAS, FRIENDS - RENEWS ENTIIUSIASNI
Alpha Chi's- "AX Calling" summons a winning
pledge class for the girls of the golden lyre.
Rush is certainly the appropriate term for the
two -Week period of fun, excitement, and indeci-
sion which introduces girls to the Greek World.
It is a time of tired feet, when a smile becomes
a physical effort and when the mere mention of
cookies or punch is unbearable. The formal teas,
casual parties, and formal preferential ,parties
are an enjoyable but trying experience for both
rushers and rushees. Yet on Pledge Sunday, as
the girls rush down McMicken Hill, the recent
anxiety and hard work become dim memories.
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Kappa Alpha Theta's"l2'ai C tl
Theta Joame Benham M elcomes rushee to E
ry as e."
ager hands of rushmen sign up
for fraternity rush parties.
if rush ends as Brotlzers Fischer, Hartmann,
t pledging ceremony of Phi Delta Theta.
present a rush which is deceptively
+ntrast to the formality of sorority
arties take the form of smokers, beer
swimming parties. Rushmen are in-
e into the fraternity house for a few
what fraternity life is really like.
1 Weeks fraternity men must decide
will make good brothersg the rush-
oide which group they Wish to make
ir collegiate life. l
A pharmacy senior demonstrates the techniques of his profession.
UC FAIR A SUCCESS, BUT BOND ISSUE FAILS
This fall Cincinnati was treated to a gala event?
the UC Fair. Undertaken to create a better pub-
lic appreciation of the contributions of the Uni-
versity, the Fair featured displays from virtually
every college and department on campus. One
of the Fair's main attractions was an authentic
replica of astronaut John Glenn's Mercury space
capsule. Among crowd favorites were demonstra-
tions of UC's computer and a 100 mile relay
performance by UC's champion Swimming team.
Co-eds Helen Sekinger and Sheila Somers
admire the Geography
Departmenfs modernistic display.
Dr. John Pauls, professor of Russian, describes
to students rare books found in the Germanic
and Slavic Languages exhibit,
A fascinated crowd gathers to watch experiments by an
Indian graduate student at Chemistry Departmenfs booth.
A replica of Col. Glenn's Mercury
space capsule attracts the interest
of space-minded citizens.
HOMECOMING PREPARATIONS STRETCH LATE INTO NIGHT
Evenings before Homecoming find Greeks gathering for crepe paper stretching parties.
'es to be most difficult.
The Thetas proudly display a finished frame three days before the parade.
y each year members of the Univer-
unity resign themselves to a sleep-
-the occasion is Homecoming tloat
:he night wears on someone discov-
battery is dead, the crepe paper
s been exhausted, and the tarps
lp as the inevitable rain begins.
tturday morning arrives, and the
. down Clifton Avenue under the
aze of tired but proud workers.
parade down Clifton Avenue on Homecoming Day.
At the gay Homecoming Dance at Castle
Farms it matters litle that UC lost to Houston
that afternoon. Downtown at Topper Club a
similar spirit prevails at Acacia's-Overilow
Dance. Everybody eagerly awaits the an-
nouncement of winning floats. Theta takes
top honors among sororities, followed by AD
Pi, T ri-Delt, and Alpha Gam. In fraternity di-
vision ATO carries oif top trophy, with run-
ners-up Theta Chi, Larnba Chi, and Phi Kap.
ATO's unusual "Cincy's Vintage Year," made of multi-colored foil paper, cops top honors in the men's division.
Thetas take honors again among the sororities with a clever
covered bridge and the theme "Cover Up the Cougars."
Crowds gather in every available place to
witness the popular Homecoming parade.
Homecoming Queen Kathy Honnert wins the
heart of the crowd with her captivating smile.
The infectious excitement of Homecoming is
communicated both to the young and the young-at-heart.
The Homecoming Queen and her Court
are presented at halftime festivities.
INTEENATIENAL FESTIVAL FEATURES
ACTS 0E EIETEEN EEREIGN NATl0NS
On October 28th Wilson Auditorium was the site
of UC's colorful International Folk Festival. Spon-
sored by the International Club, the Festival fea-
tured acts varying from the graceful dances of the
F ar East to a spirited highland fling. In addition
to presenting the diverse cultures of over Hfteen
countries, the performers emphasized the spirit
of cooperation and' unity among all nations in
their gay finale. The proceeds of the show went to
the fund of Higher Education for Lasting Peace.
A dancer of Thailand shows the
intricacies of the Far Eastern danc
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AUCTIIIN NETS FUNDS EOR WIIRLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE
Small but respectable and solid gains were regis-
tered this year by the World University Service.
Bothered by the meager returns of previous years,
the Cincinnati Branch of WUS Went to work
and upped total receipts from seven hundred to
well over one thousand dollars. The most signifi-
cant increase, however, was in participation in
the annual auction, for the first time something
noticed and appreciated on campus.
WUS representatives record a fratemityls winning bid.
R. E. W. PIWGRAM PRIPVIDES STIMULATING
DISCUSSION ON "NATURE 0F GOD"
Religious Emphasis Week at UC is a time when
students are asked to examine their religious
convictions and are challenged to consider their
relationship to God. Many students have neither
the interest nor the inclination to attend the
Week's events, yet there are those who go . . .
who listen . . . and Wonder. Attempting to help
students find their way through the theological
maze, Monsignor Robert Sherry, Rabbi Victor
Reichert, and Reverend Morris Arnold discussed
this year's theme "Exploring the Nature of God."
Dr. Anthony Nementz, Ohio State University A humorous note creeps into an otherwise
professor of philosophy serves as main serious RE W Evaluation Dinner.
speaker at RE W Convocation.
Through the Mummers' Guild, UC students rind
a creative outlet for their dramatic and musical
talents. Each year outstanding performers in Guild
productions are awarded Mummies, comparable
to filmdom's famous Oscars. There is also tremen-
dous opportunity for apprentice work in staging,
sets, makeup, and production. It is, in fact, care-
ful and dedicated cooperation which leads to the
final, polished product. e
Ilene Thompson as Mrs. Antrobus nags Mr. Antrobus
Marv Vawter, in the G'iuld's of "Skin of Oar Teeth."
Alarm seizes the Antrobus family as the fatheris' knock is heard at the door.
Marcia Lewis, Miss Mell in "The Play's the Thing," prepares her make-up.
Miss Mell looks on as Dick Von Hoene, Mr. Almandy, and Jadeen
Barbour, Ilona, rehearse parts for the play within the play.
M MMERS GUILD CORE THE E DDUS SUCCESS IN "GUYS AND DDLL "
Adelaide, Jadeen Barbour, and chorus
girls sing "Take Back Your Mink."
Joe Zinuz, Sky Masterson, speaks with
Salvation Army worker, Kathie McKee
'WBIL wouldn't you," replies the chorus to her request.
Crapshooters line up ready to begin entertainment.
Dave Flanders as Rusty Charley, Tom M uth as Nicely Nicely
Johnson, and Dave Oberlin as Benny, render "Fugue for Tinhornsf'
Thornton Wilder's 4'The Skin of Our Teethn as the
Mummers' lirst olfering of the year. Next was a
highly successful performance of Molnar's 4'The
Play's the Thing." The arrival of spring was cele-
brated with the presentation of the ever popular
musical C'Guys and Dolls." For the Children's
Theater they did "Yankee Doodle Dandy," and
the Carousel Theater also a May musical, 6'The
Fantasticksf' a current off-Broadway production.
THE INEXORARLE MARCH 0E CULTURE PRODUCES CONCERTS,
Despite occasional cynics who would speak of
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and letters. Indeed, the role of culture at UC is
the same as in Cincinnati proper-very subdued,
suburban, but very solid. The Elliston poet, this
year John Press, delivered his lectures and con-
ducted seminars. Likewise, the dramatics group
kept up a moderate flow of productions and the
College of DAA had its perpetual art exhibits.
There is little compulsion to participate. What
culture there is, is serious and to the point.
Sir Patrick Dean, British Ambassador to the Dr. Langsam confers an honorary Doctor of Laws degree on the
UN, speaks at a Graduate School lecture Greek Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Alexis Liatis.
on British foreign relations.
LES, AND EXHIBIT
The Glee Club performs with the
962 Elliston poet, delivers
nodern British poetry.
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Students view the Meade Collection, one of the outstanding exhibits
to be viewed this year in the Alms Building gallery.
TUDE T VOTE T0
ELECT CAMP S LEADER
During March, the campus comes alive with cam-
paign posters, slogans, and reminders to Vote in
student elections. Good Government Group, Cam-
pus Action Party, and unaiifiliated candidates cam-
paign for Student Council, the class omces, and
college tribunals. Because the majority of stu-
dents failed to exercise their right to vote, many
contests for oflice ended in a tie this year.
The grill abounds with elections posters
of every size and description.
At the same time as cam us electio W A A
P HS, . . . Design students carefully examine ballots before voting.
holds elections for next year's officers.
A DAA professor makes sure all ballots are
legal before placing them in locked voting bag.
UNION CELERRATES SILVER ANNIVERSARY WITH GALA EVENTS
Willie Mosconi's billiards exhibition draws hundreds
of interested spectators to the Union Celebration.
Celebrating twenty-five years of service to the Uni-
versity, the Student Union presented two weeks
of outstanding events on campus. Seven thousand
free hamburgers and cokes were distributed at
the Grill Open House. Over one-hundred admini-
strators and student leaders were guests at the
Silver Anniversary Banquet which featured Dr.
Earl Harper of the State University of Iowa as
main speaker. Also included in the program were
jazz and concerts, a billiards exhibition, and such
outstanding movies as "La Strada" and "Hamlet"
The Shades provide dance music
for the Grill Open house.
The Silver Anniversary Banquet provides . Happy Sfudenfs line UP.f0l' free Q
an outstanding finish for the Anniversary. hamburgers and cokes zn the Grill.
GREEK WEEK ATTEMPTS T0 STRENGTHEN TIES 0E BEOTHERHEOD
Greek Week is the annual togetherness kick of the
fraternities and sororities. Its avowed purpose is
to unify all Greeks into a common awareness of
their position. Unfortunately it comes so late in
the year that everyone is tired of dances. Conse-
quently the Greek Week Dance wanted for people.
A late snow-the games didn't come off. A Tues-
day night feast in the field house-par for deli-
cious catered food and suggestive entertainment.
And then, mid-terms hit the seminars hard. Like
last year, Greek Week had its problems.
S minars set a note of purpose
a d mood for Greek Week.
Mary Rowe Moore ana' Dean Joe Holliday
finish the feast with looks of pleasure.
The food proves at least plenti- ' '
ful at the Greek Week feast.
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takes a brief pause.
A strange admixlure of Greek and
modern costumes dominates the feast
, . ' bination of clothing
Barb Keller and Bill Stofjregen bring The curious com L 1
the feast up to date with the Twist. ls Once again self ewdent'
Caroline Muster conducts the Kappas in "Climb Every Mountain."
Traditionally held on Mother's Day, the Sing is
T sponsored by the Alumni Association. Last year's
presentation saw the return of sororities, though
not for competition. Delt took Hrst honors, while
SAE, Phi Delt, and Theta Chi were finalists.
Phi Delt voices, under the direction of Earl Fisher, blend harmoniously in "Almighty God of Our Fathers."
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winners of the Robert G. Sarvis Memorial Trophy
SIGMA SIGMA CARNIVAL ATMOSPHERE DIILIGIITS THOUSANDS
Cotton candy, carnival vendors, and gaily deco-
rated booths vie for attention each May, as the
fieldhouse is magically transformed into the Sigma
Sigma Carnival. Everywhere the carnival booths
invite students to try their hand at Winning a prize.
For most beautiful, most popular, and most carni-
val-like booths, Sigma Sigma presents trophies to
sororities and fraternities. Another crowd favorite
is the ever popular Sigma Sigma car which mus-
cular UC males take turns demolishing with a
Sledge hammer. Proceeds are contributed to UC.
The Langsams join in the fun The T heta's booth shows the same meticulous care Thg prizbwinning "Pgl1-a-Delf
tossing coins into wishing well. and preparation as goes into the homecoming floats. booth is a perennial favorite.
The Ugly Man Contest brings squeals
of horrors from shocked damsels.
I CLEME T WEATHER FORCES RACCAULA REATE, GRADUATION lNDO0R
Anxious seniors hurry to find their places
zn the commencement processional.
The eventful Senior Week, climaxing years of un-
dergraduate study, fun, and excitement, is an oc-
casion long awaited by all seniors. The busy round
of activities include a Senior Prom, senior picnic,
Strawberry Breakfast, and Hnally commencement.
This year, at the suggestion of the Senior Class
Officers, undergraduate and graduate ceremonies
were held separately in the iieldhouse. For some
seniors graduation heralds the end of collegiate
life and the beginning of a rewarding career, for
others it is the first step toward advanced academ-
ic work. Yet whatever the future may hold, these
graduates will meet it with eagerness, tempered
by a nostalgia for undergraduate life which is past.
Happy seniors file into Wilson Auditorium for Baccalaureate services.
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the traditional Ivy Chain in the Baccalaureate procession.
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Sandy Conner, Logan Hall
Theta Phi Alpha
Kappa Kappa Gamma
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Mary Jean Scanlan, Theta Phi Alpha
Joan Kahn, Sigma Delta Tau
Kappa Alpha Theta
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1961 Junior Prom Queen-
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Kappa Alpha Theta
T hale Schumacher,
Alpha Chi Omega
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Kappa Kappa Gamma
Alpha Delta Pi
Delta Delta Delta
Alpha Chi Omega
GODDESS 0F THE GREEKS
Kappa Kappa Gamma
HONORARY CADET COLONEL
SIG EP QUEEN 0E HEARTS
KAMPUS KING AND COURT
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phil Davis, Men's Residence Halls
Delta Tau Delta
Phi Kappa Theta
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From the first of the countless lines of
registration, to the last of the countless
forms to be filled out, there are over 750
instructors, numerous classes, and many
administrators in the University. Their
aim is education and they each have their
part to do. Moreover, the pattern they form
is the one common aspect of every stu-
dentis life at the University of Cincinnati.
Dr. Walter Consuelo Langsam
Dr. Walter Consuelo Langsam, noted historian, author, and
administrator, is serving in his seventh year as President of
the University. Throughout these years, Dr. Langsam has
been recognized as the most active citizen of the University
community-cheering at football and basketball games,
entertaining seniors at informal buffet suppers at his home,
or performing his endless official duties as President after
having both studied and taught at Columbia University. Dr.
Langsam served as chief administrator at Wagner College
and at Gettysburg College. As an active historian, he has
published many works including the internationally known,
The World Since 1914.
0E THE UNIVERSITY
Ruth LeBaron, Administrative
Assistant to the President,
and Betty Holt, Secretary
B0 RD OF DIRECTIIR
BOARD OF DIRECT ORS-Seated: Renton K. Brodie, Chairman Walter C Langsam Jane
DeSerisy Earley, Walter M. Shohl, Vice-Chairman, Philip M Myers Vtandzng Arthur W
Schubert, M. R. Dodson, Frank H. Mayfield, James P. Walsh William H Hessler Ralph C
University prestige, expansion, and general policy are
the responsibilities of the Board of Directors, the of-
iicial governing body of the University of Cincinnati.
Specific duties include faculty appointments, student-
faculty policies, social and athletic programs, con-
struction, and academic standards. Each director is
appointed by the Mayor of Cincinnati, subject to the
approval of City Council. As a leader in business,
civic, or professional fields, each director proudly do-
nates his services for a nine year period.
Ralph C. Bursiek
Mildred Ross, Secretary and
Lorrayne Stork, Administrative
Assistant to the Vice President
VICE PRESIDENTS' 0FFlCES
Holding one of the most-all-inclusive positions at UC
is Dean Ralph C. Bursiek, Vice President of the Uni-
versity and Dean of University Administration. As
chief business officer, his position involves financial
and business affairs as well as public relations. A
graduate of UC and the Wisconsin School of Banking,
he first joined the faculty in 1934. Dean Bursiek also
serves as clerk to the Board of Directors and as ad-
ministration representative to the Board of Publica-
tions and the Union Board.
Carrying the responsibility for the academic facet of
the University program is Dr. Hoke S. Greene, Vice
President of UC and Dean of Faculties. Deans of
other colleges coordinate their academic functioning
through him, including budgets and faculty. Last year
he was instrumental in the selection of General St.
John as Vice President and Director of the Medical
Center. Dr. Greene is well known for research in
chemistry and the field of atomic energy. He received
his MA and PhD from the University of Georgia.
Dr. Hake S. Greene
A new addition to the administrative staff this year
is General Clement F. St. John, Vice President of the
University and Director of the Medical Center. He
formerly served in the capacity of commanding gen-
eral of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in the
nation's capital. His present duties at the University
of Cincinnati include heading the building program
and the administration department at the Medical
Center-duties necessitated by the University's recent
acquisition of the administration of General Hospital.
Dr. Clement F. St. John
Dean of Special Services Spencer Shank serves by
initiating long range plans for the university. Efforts
of his ofiice culminated last fall in the announcement
of the forthcoming quarter system. In a personal
capacity, Dean Shank acts as adviser to foreign stu-
dents, Gmicron Delta Kappa, and Metro.
Charles Mileham, serving in the capacity of General
Administrator under Vice President Bursiek, handles
the administration of Student Financial Aid. A former
athletic director of this university, he is also chair-
man of the Faculty Parking Committee and admin-
istrator of the Faculty and Staff Blood Bank.
Mr. William Jenike, Assistant Dean of University
Administration, is primarily concerned with the build-
ing and housing aspects of the campus. One current
project is planning the proposed apartments for mar-
ried students. Another plan is for the future expansion
of UC through the construction of new dormitories.
William F. Ienike
Frank T. Purdy
Mr. Frank T. Purdy, who serves as Executive Director
of Development, is officially in charge of the coordina-
tion and supervision of fund raising programs, public
relations, and alumni activities. Mr. Purdy also super-
vises radio and television broadcasts on the university's
own station WGUC.
Garland G. Parker, Registrar and Central Admissions
Officer, is responsible for the students' entrance and
records at UC. He is in charge of the supervision of
the various admissions oiiicers, the registration of
students, the periodic organization of day and night
school grade sheets, and veteran education.
Garland G. Parker
Robert W. Hoefer
As the University's financial controller, Robert Hoefer
handles and directs receipts and disbursements, pre-
pares detailed quarterly iinancial reports, and keeps
an annual record of the University's monetary affairs.
He also acts as faculty adviser to Omicron Delta
Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Sigma, 'and Ulex.
Arch I. Carson
Arch I. Carson, whose new title is Purchasing Agent,
has the important task of supervising all purchase
requisitions of the University, making sure that the
requisitions of the University offices are filled. This
year he has the added responsibility of purchasing
for General Hospital, a new part ,of the University.
M arilou Osinske, Assistant to the Dean
Marjorie Stewart, Assistant Dean
Lillian M. Johnson, Dean of Women
The Dean of Wornen's Ollice, located in renovated
Beecher Hall, advises and supervises all girls on cam-
pus. This begins on orientation day and continues with
supervision of Panhellenic activities, dorm curfews,
and grades. The real task is not, however, the neces-
sary enforcement of rules and regulations, but it is
rather the careful and personal guidance given to
those who seek it. The oirice is essentially parental:
a strict disciplinarian when necessary, but much more
a sympathetic listener and earnest counselor. It is a
demanding task requiring much Wisdom and skill, for
the strength of a university resides to a great extent
in its students and their relations to college. The three
counselors, Dean Lillian Johnson, Marjorie Stewart,
and Marilou Osinske, have dedicated themselves both
professionally and as advisers to the many activities.
DEA 0F WOME 'S OFFICE
Edward C. Keiser, Assistant to the Dean
Lowell G. Kafer, Assistant to the Dean, and
James A. Scully, Assistant Dean
DEAN OF lVlEN'S 0FllICE
The Dean of Men's Office serves as the focal point for
all the activities of male students on campus. Although
particular attention is paid to the orientation and ad-
justment of incoming students, the work of the various
deans is concerned with the aspects of upperclassmen
as well. Close relationship is kept with those organ-
izations, such as Men's Advisory, Student Council,
IFC, and GDK, that are concerned with student reg-
ulation and policies. Most of the student problems are
concerned with academics, but the areas of social and
activities are not neglected. Holding the position of
Dean of Men is William Nester, with oflices in the
newly renovated Beecher Hall. Working under him
and having specific areas to control are Assistant Dean
Edward Keiser and Assistants to the Dean, James
Scully and Lowell Kafer.
William R. Nester, Acting Dean of Men
Joyce Agnew, Assistant Director
An important factor in helping to build and main-
tain UC's reputation is the University's Department
of Public Relations. By such media as newspapers,
magazines, TV, and radio, the Public Relations De-
partment spreads throughout the World the UC story-
its people, its achievements, its services, its needs.
Now that the University has been given full responsi-
bility for the operation of Cincinnati General Hospi-
tal, Public Relations has opened a full-time branch
oiiice in UC's Medical Center.
Claire Young, Bruce Stoecklin, and Esther Parker show
the busy functioning of the Public Relations Office.
John P. DeCamp, Director
John E. Small, Executive Secretary
William Savely, Field Secretary, and
Alan Wright, Alumnus Editor
The Alumni Association is the primary link connect-
ing graduates to the University. Because of its efforts
twenty-seven UC alumni clubs have been organized
in the United States. Locally the association co-
ordinates student participation in the UC Fund Drive
and sponsors the annual Homecoming celebration.
Operation Telephone-1961-finds a combination of students, faculty, and alumni, to make
this annual University of Cincinnati Fund Drive a-success. The Telathon, lasting one week
in the foyer of the Armory Fieldhouse, raised approximately twenty-five thousand dollars.
Arthur T. Hamlin, University Librarian
UNIVERSITY LIBR RY
The University Library, under Arthur Hamlin, is a
good indication of UC's position as one of the few
mature municiple universities. It is the largest munici-
pally supported university library, one of the fifty
largest research libraries, and it is the national library
for all important Writing in modern Greek. Its facilities
include not only the central collection of volumes, but
numerous departmental libraries and special collec-
tions. With these and the ample browsing and peri-
odical rooms, the library supports Mr. Hamlin's con-
tention that he is professionally interested in encourag-
ing wide and independent reading among students.
A deserted campus, but a busy library. Christmas may
be a holiday from classes, but not from studying
Da. .De. .Du. .Dy. .Card files
provide a clue to the whereabouts
of books for reference and
Shiela Somers reaches for a volume
from the reserve book room shelves.
The University of Cincinnati, has been receiving each
year about three million dollars in research grants and
contracts from the government, foundations, and in-
dustry. More than half of this is for work in the
University's Medical Center, the remainder in the
many field of scholarship on the main campus. From
amino acids on, the nature of the research ranges all
the way through the scientific alphabet as faculty mem-
bers work in the time-honored tradition of universities
everywhere-transmitting knowledge through teaching
and adding to that knowledge through research investi-
gations. The CINCINNAT IAN, saluting this gigantic
activity, spotlights four of the many major research
projects on campus and at nearby UC Medical Center.
Dr. and Mrs. Caskey point out the area of their
archaeological discoveries on their recent
Two important firsts in Greek archaeology-the earli-
est evidence ever found of a Greek temple and sculp-
tured terra cotta Hgures bigger than anything known in
the Greek World of the 12th century B.C.-were un-
covered during a 1961 summer expedition by UC arch-
aeologists on the Greek island of Kea, 42 miles south-
east of Athens. An important highly civilized settle-
ment older than the temple and statues was also found.
Directing the digging was Dr. John L. Caskey, chair-
man of UC's classics department. Both he and his
archaeologist wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Caskey, hold Ph.D.
degrees in classics from UC. Dr. Caskey is finding his
hopes justified by the excavations at this once impor-
tant trading town on the route from Greece to Asia
Minor. Next summer the Caskeys hope to uncover
more evidence linking this civilization to the great
classical Greek period which started in the sixth cen-
tury B.C. The UC classics department, noted over the
years for its discoveries at Troy and elsewhere in
Greece, received this year a S3 million trust fund from
the late Mrs. Louise Taft Semple of Cincinnati.
Dr. Caskey studies a slide of an excavation
on the Greek island of Kea.
Dr. Sabin, distinguished service professor of research pediatrics.
So many honors have come to UC's Dr. Albert B.
Sabin that he is known all over the world as the dis-
coverer of the live-virus poliomyelitis vaccine which
bears his name. Perhaps the best tribute of all for the
University of Cincinnatfs first faculty member to be
"distinguished service professorl' is this: By now more
than 150,000,000 persons on this earth have been fed
the oral Sabin polio vaccine. This is a giant step
towards the disease's eventual elimination, a goal for
which Dr. Sabin aims. He is now finishing his work
on the Sabin vaccine and problems of its manufacture
and administration. After 30 years largely devoted to
poliomyelitis, during which time he received more than
31.5 million in grants from the National Foundation,
Dr. Sabin has turned his attention to cancer. In his
laboratories in the Children's Hospital Research F oun-
dation, of which he is a fellow, Dr. Sabin is doing re-
search on possible relation of viruses to human cancer.
Dr. Sabin and co-workers perform experiments with oral polio vaccine on white rats.
Much of the equipment used by the Materials Science Laboratory
was designed and built by Dr. Hoch for the experimental work.
"Wonder" metals in jets, rockets,
and missiles are the subject of
study by Dr. Hoch through re-
search grants from the Air Force.
"Wonder" metals which can be used without liquifying
in the fantastically high temperatures of space-age
motion-in jets, rockets, missiles-are being sought
in the Materials Science laboratories of Dr. Michael
Hoch. With research grants which come largely from
the Air Force, Dr. Hoch and his staff are studying how
materials behave and what their properties are at
temperatures ranging up to 6000 degrees F. Current
projects include research on several metallic systems,
including the new material pirolithic graphite which
has different properties at different directions and
might prove to maintain its strength at high tempera-
tures, study of defects which upset the scientists' care-
ful calculations of how metals will behave, and a co-
operative study with Dr. Prank R. Meeks of the UC
chemistry department of counter-diifusion which, they
hope, for short periods of time will make it possible to
strengthen materials. Much of the laboratory equip-
ment necessary for these experiments has been de-
signed and built by Dr. Hoch, the field is too new for
commercial products to be available.
The important discovery of a new amino acid was made by Drs. Ogle Logan and Arlznghaus
Scientific textbooks will have to be rewritten to include
one of the most important discoveries ever made at
the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine-
a new amino acid, the first found as part of the struc-
ture of protein in tissue from mammals since 1925.
Only 20 other amino acids had previously been dis-
covered since the first was found in 1820. Most scien-
tists had considered that was the final count for these
acids, smallest building blocks of protein. Three UC
biological chemists worked as a team to track down
the amino acid: Dr. Milan A. Logan, Dr. James D.
Ogle, and Dr. Ralph Arlinghaus, 1957 graduate of
UC's College of Pharmacy, who was then a graduate
student. They found the new acid present in small
amounts in collagen, the protein which makes up the
tendons of the body. The UC professors continue to
work on the synthesis and distribution of the new acid.
with such research on amino acids whose proper order
m the architecture of the protein molecule is important
to good health, there opens up a wide field of possi-
bilities for adding to man's knowledge of certain dis-
eases such as arthritis.
-the seventh week exam.
BUSINESS ADMINI TRATION
The College of Business Administration was originally
established in 1906 as a separate institution called the
College of Finance, Commerce, and Accounts. In
1912 this institution was joined with the University of
Cincinnati as the College of Commerce, remaining as
such until 1919 when it was united with the College
of Engineering. From 1946 to today the College of
Business Administration has operated as an autono-
mous unit within the University. It offers a five year
co-operative Cin which the student learns theoretical
problems in the classroom and application at his co-op
jobj, a four-year semester program, and a womanls
two-year certificate program. All of these plans make
it possible for the student to secure the education and
professional training essential in preparation for posi-
tions of responsibility in the lields of private and pub-
lic business, lcommerce, and industry.
The final reckoning for
accounting lab students
Dean Kenneth Wilson ,
Milan R. Karas,
Associate Dean K
Business Administration offices and
classrooms are found in Hanna Hall.
Rfcllflfd E- Ball, Head, DSW- Of Norwood C. Geis, Head, Dept. of
Finance, and Henry G. Baker, Accounting, and Raleigh R. Sharrock
Head, Dept. of Management Head, Dept. of Marketing
Kenneth E.. Lambert, Director of Admissions, and
Arthur Taltt, Director of Executive Management Program
AARON, MICHAEL DAVID-BBA Marketing, New York,
N. Y.-Alpha Kappa Psi. ALLMAN, THOMAS YOUNG-
BSIM Industrial Management, Canton, O.-Soph. Class
Pres., Student Council, IFC CRush Chrm.D, Cooperative
Engineer CAss't. Ed.J, Orient. Bd., Glee Club, Triangle
CPledge Class Pres., Vice Pres.J, Metro, Omicron Delta
Kappa CProg. Chrm., Leadership Conf. Chrm.J, News
Record, Mens Advisory, ASCE.
ARMSTRONG, STANLEY PAUL-BBA Accounting, Cin-
cinnati, O.-SAM. ASHDOWN, RONALD HENRY-BBA
Accounting, Fremont, O.-Delta Tau Delta CAss't. Treas.,
Sgt.-at-Armsl, Alpha Kappa Psi fSec.J. AUSTIN, STE-
PHEN J .-BBA Accounting, Ft. Thomas, Ky.-Sigma Phi
Epsilon CPres.D, Omicron Delta Kappa CPres.J, Beta Gam-
ma Sigma, Bus. Ad. Trib., IFC CSec.J. BADGELY, RICH-
ARD-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.
BEMILLER, GARY LEE-BBA Management-Economics,
Robinson, Ill.-Pi Kappa Alpha fVice Pres., Pledge Tr.J,
IFC Rep., Men's Advisory, Alpha Kappa Psi, SAM. BIER-
MANN, JEROME T.-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-
Co-Weds. BILLINGS, THOMAS KEITH-BBA Marketing,
Dayton, O.-Pershing Rifles, IFC, Sigma Nu CVice Pres.,
Ed.J. BIRKHOLD, SHELDON C.-BA Accounting, New
Carlisle, O.-Sigma Phi Epsilon.
BLAKE, THOMAS R.-BBA Marketing, Kettering, O.-
Student Council CRep. to Orient. Bd., Calendar Conversion
Comm. Chrm.J, Orientation Bd. CPres.D, Sophos, Cincin-
natus, Men's Advisory, YMCA Cabinet, Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon CRush Chrm., Pledge Tr.J. BLAND, JERRY PAUL-
BBA Marketing, New Castle, Ind.-Alpha Kappa Psi CVice
Pres.J. BOLINO, RALPH LOUIS-BBA Marketing, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Phi Delta Theta. BESS, DAVID ALAN-BBA
Marketing, New Castle, Ind.-Glee Club, Zeta Tau Alpha
Pledge Prince Ct.
BORAEK, ROBERT G.-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O.
BREHM, JOSEPH JOHN JR.-BBA Management, Cincin-
nati, O.-Pershing Rifles, SAM CPres.J. BREINES, FRED-
ERICK LEE-BBA Finance, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Kappa
Psi CPres., Ritualistj, Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma.
BROOME, EDWARD PHILIP JR.-BBA Marketing, Cin-
BROWN, R. THOMAS-BBA Finance, Girard, O.-Theta
Chi CSocial Chrm., House Mgr.J, Menls Advisory, Union
Comm., YMCA, Delta Rho, Intramurals. BROWN, THOM-
AS MATTHEW-BBA Finance-Management, St. Peters-
burg, Fla.-Delta Upsilon CPledge Pres.J, Alpha Kappa Psi,
Pershing Rifles CFirst Lt.J, SAM. BRUFFEY, JAMES
CARRETT-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. BURNS,
JOHN HAGERTY-BSIM Industrial Management, Ro-
chester, N. Y.-Men's Res. Hall CUnit Pres., Pub. Relations
Comm. Chrm., Councilj, SAM CVice Pres.J, Alpha Kappa
Psi CProf. Comm. Chrm.J, Newman Club.
BYRNE, CHARLES HAROLD-BBA Marketing, Cincin-
nati, O. CAMPBELL, ROBERT S.-BS Accounting, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Delta Sigma Pi. CAPRON, CARL RICHARD
-BBA Marketing, Lancaster, O.-Alpha Kappa Psi, SAM,
Men's Res. Hall Council. CHACE, ROBERT ALLAN-
BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-Delta Sigma Pi CPledge
Pres.J, SAM. -
CHISHOLM, RICHARD J .-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati,
O.-Theta Chi, Beta Alpha Psi. COOPER, GLENN BATES
-BBA Marketing, Dayton, O.-Student Council CPres.J,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Metro, YMCA
CPres.J, Men's Advisory, Cincinnatus, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
COOPER, MILBURN-BSIM Industrial Management, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Sigma Chi CPres., Vice Pres., Sec., Ed., House
Mgr., Stewardj, IFC CScholarship Chrm.J, Purchasing Bd.,
Profile CCopy Ed.J, SAM. CORNETT, GLENN WILBURN
-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-Beta Theta Pi, YMCA,
Union Dance Comm.
CRUM, JEROME O.-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-
Kitty Hawk, SAM. DECKEBACH, R. ALAN-BBA Man-
agement, Cincinnati, O.-Delta Tau Delta. DECKER,
DONALD AMBERS-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-
Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi CPres., Program Chrm.J,
Beta Gamma Sigma fNom. Comm.J. DELL, DANIEL
RALPH-BBA Finance, Salem, O.-Theta Chi CPres.,
Pledge Marshall, Rush, Social, and Activities Chrm., Out-
standing Pledge, Pledge Treas.J, Union Bd. CTreas.D, Metro
CTreas.J, Sigma Sigma, IFC, Varsity Track, Homecoming
Queen Chrm., Men's Advisory CCollege Chrm.J, Greek
Week Comm., Jr. Prom CPro. Chrm.J.
DELON, RICHARD MARSHALL-BBA Accounting, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Alpha Tau Omega CCorr. Sec., Treas.J, Alpha
Kappa Psi CSec.J, Beta Alpha Psi, Glee Club CBusiness
Mgr.J. DEMPSEY, TERRY JAY-BSIM Industrial Man-
agement, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, News Rec-
ord, Union Dance Comm., Union Movie Comm., YMCA.
DOBELL, HARRY EDWIN JR.-BBA Accounting, Nor-
wood, O.-Phi Kappa Tau CSec., House Mgr.J. DOYLE,
GERALD D.-BBA Marketing, Norwood, O.-Delta Sigma
DREYFOOS, MELVIN BARRIE-BBA Accounting, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Phi Sigma Chi, Beta Alpha Psi CTreas.J.
DUNN, HARVEY-BBA Accounting, Rochester, N. Y.-
Pi Lambda Phi CSteward, Treas., Pres.J. ELTZROTH,
WILLIAM EDWARD-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.-
Phi Kappa Tau. EVANS, GERALD DEWAINE-BBA Ac-
counting, Kokomo, Ind.-Alpha Kappa Psi.
FALLS, JAMES J.-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.-SAM.
FANEUFF, CLYDE EDWARD JR.-BBA General Man-
agement, Charleston, W. Va.-Delta Tau Delta, SAM CSec.-
Treas.J, YMCA, REW, WUS CComm. Chrm.J, Band.
FARLEY, DOUGLAS KINANE-BBA Marketing, Cincin-
nati, O.- Sigma Chi, Bus. Ad. Trib., IFPC, Intramurals,
YMCA. FARRELL, JOHN M.-BBA Marketing, Cincin-
FEDERLE, JOHN NEAL-BBA Management, Cincinnati,
O. FISCHER, EARL PHILLIP-BSIM Industrial Manage-
ment, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Delta Theta CTreas.J, Cheerlead-
er, Mummers, Union Comm., Homecoming Comm., Plan-
ning Comm. FORRESTER, BRUCE IRVINE-BBA Fi-
nance, Cincinnati, O.-Delta Sigma Pi CHist., Vice Pres.J,
Young Reps. FOX, LEO-BBA Marketing, New York,
N. Y.-Pi Lambda Phi CTreas., Pledge Class Pres., Social
Comm., Intramurals, IFPC, IFCJ.
FROST, HUGH OWEN II-BBA Economics, Cincinnati,
O.-Alpha Kappa Psi CSec.j, Swimming Team. GENSE,
CLARK L.-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.-SAM. GEN-
TILE, JAMES ALLEN-BBA Accounting, Bradford, Pa.-
Alpha Tau Omega CHouse Mgr., Music Chrm.J. GEORGE,
ANTHONY THOMAS-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.
GLAZER, JAMES WILLIAM-BBA Marketing, Cincin-
nati, O.-Delta Sigma Pi. GRAD, JOHN JOSEPH-BSIM
Industrial Management, Cincinnati, O.-SAM, Football.
GRILLIOT, RICHARD EMANUEL-BBA Accounting,
Dayton, O. HAAS, MELVIN HENRY-BBA Management,
Huntington, W. Va.-SAM CPres.J, Sigma Phi Epsilon
CTreas., Vice Chrrn. of Purchasing Bd.J.
HAGNER, PHILIP HENRY-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati,
O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon CTreas.J. HALLETT, A. WIL-
LIAM-BBA Marketing, Allentown, Pa.-Beta Theta Pi
CPledge Disc.J. HANKS, GEORGE WILLIAM-BBA Ac-
counting, Norwood, O.-Phi Kappa Theta CTreas.J. HAR-
MANN, ALLEN WILLIAM-BSIM Industrial Manage-
ment, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Phi Epsilon CAss't. Rush
Chrm., Social Chrm., Vice Pres.J, Union Games Comm.,
Men's Advisory, IFC, Homecoming Comm. CTickets Chrm.,
General Chrm.J, Bus. Ad. Trib., Student Council, YMCA,
HAUSS, EDWARD WELLINGTON-BBA Marketing, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon CRush Chrm.J. HAVEN
MICHAEL M.-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O.-SAM.
HEARN, THOMAS ARTHUR-BBA Marketing, Indiana-
polis, Ind.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHouse Mgr., Steward,
Rec.J, YMCA, Beta Tau. HEDGER, WILLIAM T.-BBA
Management, Buffalo, N. Y.
HENDRICKS, RICHARD ROLLAND-BBA Marketing,
Cincinnati, O.-Glee Club, Intramurals, Spirit Comm., Beta
Theta Pi. HERMANN, ROBERT JOHN-BBA Manage-
ment, Cincinnati, O.-SAM. HERRLINGER, HARRY
WILLIAM-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. HOLTKE,
GERALD A.-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O.
HOPKINS, DONALD S.-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.
HUNTER, DAVID ROBERT-BSIM Industrial Manage-
ment, Dayton, O.-Sigma Chi. HYMON, ARTHUR MIL-
LARD-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. JACOBS, WIL-
LIAM MALCOLM-BSIM Industrial Management, Hunt-
ington, W. Va.-Alpha Kappa Psi CPub. Chrm.J, Men's
Res. Halls Assoc. Treas.J, SAM.
JORDAN, ALLEN L.-BBA Accounting, Dayton, O.-
Beta Alpha Psi. JUHLMAN, JOHN WILLIAM JR.-
BSIM Industrial Management, Cincinnati, O.-Kitty Hawk
CComm.J, Joint ROTC Social Bd. CSec.J. KAHN, SAN-
FORD RICHARD-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-Uni-
versity Chorus, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi. KALL-
MEYER, LARRY B.-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati,
KIRSCH, KENNETH ROBERT-BBA Marketing, Cincin-
nati, O.-Phi Kappa Tau. KIRSCHBAUM, HOWARD
FREDRICK-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O.-SAM.
KOCH, BARBARA-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.
-Kappa Delta fFloat Chrm.J, Intramural Bowling, Home-
coming Comm., Marching and Concert Band, Bus. Ad. Trib.
CSec.J, Pi Chi Epsilon. KORY, DAVID JOSEPH-BSIM
Industrial Management, St. Louis, Mo.-Student Council,
Eng. Trib., SAM, Bus. Ad. Trib., YMCA, IFC, Triangle
Clntramural and Activities Chrm., House Mgr., Vice Pres.,
KRAMER, ROBERT-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O.
LAMMERT, THOMAS BERNARD-BBA Accounting, St.
Bernard, O.-Beta Alpha Psi CPres.J, SAM. LANGLAND,
WILLIAM BARRY-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. LEH-
MAN, GEORGE BYRON JR-BBA Management, Cincin-
LEVERING, REX S.-BBA Management, Dayton, O.-
Bus. Ad. Trib., Sigma Phi Epsilon CSec.D. LINDSAY,
THOMAS JAMES-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. LOTZ,
JERRY KENT-BBA Economics, Cincinnati, O. LUPPERT,
DAVID ROBERT-BBA Accounting, Williamsport, Pa.-
Varsity Baseball, Bus. Ad. Trib., Alpha Tau Omega CPres.,
Treas., Rush Chrm., Pledge Tr.J, Greek Week Dance
Comm., IFC Rep., C Club, Menis Advisory.
MCGLATHERY, HAROLD C.-BBA Management, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Cheerleader, Alpha Kappa Psi CPledge Class
Pres.J, Sigma Phi Epsilon CHist., Pledge Class Pres.J,
Queen of Hearts Dance Chrm., Jr. Class Service Proj. Co-
Chrm., Men's Advisory, YMCA. MCGRATH, RAYMOND
LEON-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon. MCLANAHAN, RONALD LESLIE-BBA Market-
ing, Cincinnati, O. MANHEIMER, RICHARD LOUIS-
BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Kappa Psi QTreas.J.
MARISCHEN, ROBERT JOSEPH-BBA Accounting,
Hamilton, O. MARSHALL, DAVID KARL-BBA Ac-
counting, Lansdowne, Pa.-SAM, Sigma Nu, AFROTC,
MARSHALL, WILLIAM ROBERT-BBA Accounting,
Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band
fPres., Drum Major, Stud. Conductorj, Bus. Ad. Trib.
MARTIN, CAROLE MARGARET-BBA Accounting,
Cincinnati, O.-Theta Phi Alpha fPres., House Mgr., Nat'l.
Sr. Service Award, Co-Chrm. of Province Conf., Bd. of Dir.
Sec.J, Cincinnatian CBus. Mgr., Ass't. Bus. Mgr., Circula-
tion Ed.J, Mortar Board CTreas.J, Pi Delta Epsilon CSec.J,
Panhell CStandards Bd.J, Bd. of Publications, Jr. Advisor,
Penguins, YWCA, Newman Club, Union Summer Comm.,
MASSIE, HAROLD ELLIS J R.-BBA Management, Ports-
mouth, O.-Phi Delta Theta CWardenJ, Alpha Kappa Psi,
Bus. Ad. Trib., French Hall Dorm Council, Scabbard and
Blade, Union Newsletter, Profile. MAYER, MARILYN
JEAN-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.-Penguins, Alpha
Gamma Delta CSec., Pres.J. MERKE, JOSEPH P. JR.-
BSIM Industrial Management, Cincinnati, O.-Theta Chi
CIFC Rep., Social Chrm.J, Union Music Comm. CPub.
Co-Chrm.J, CAP CSec.J, IFC. METZNER, WILLIAM
RAYMOND--BBA Accounting, Wheeling, W. Va.-Sigma
Nu CTreas.J, Beta Alpha Psi CSec., Vice Pres.J, SAM,
Delta Sigma Pi. -
MEYERS, MARILYN ANN-BBA Accounting, Cincinna-
ti, O.-Alpha Delta Pi CTreas., Scholarship Chrm., Ass't.
Treas.J, Pi Delta Epsilon CTreas., Sec.J, Beta Gamma Sig-
ma CVice Pres.J, Alpha Lambda Delta, News Record CBus.
Mgr., Acc. Mgr., Nat'l. Adv. Mgr.J, Bd. of Publications
fChrm.J, Cincinnatian CExchange Ed.J, WAA, YWCA, Jr.
Advisor, Ivy Chain, UC Telephone Directory, Union Movie
Comm. MILLS, SUZANNE ELIZABETH-BBA Finance,
Cincinnati, O.-Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Chi Epsilon, Jr. Ad-
visor, Cincinnatian. MOLEN, RICHARD LEE-BBA Man-
agement, Cincinnati, O.-Debate Team. MOLL, WALTER
NORBERT-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O.-SAM.
MUELLER, JOHN A. JR.-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati,
O. NAST, THOMAS WILLIAM--BSIM Industrial Man-
agement, Norwood, O.-Soc. of Automotive Engineers
CSec., Activities Chrm.,, SAM, Glee Club, Wesley. NIE-
HAUS, KENNETH PAUL-BBA Accounting, Ft. Thomas,
Ky.-Union CPres., Treas.J, News Record fBusiness Mgr.,
Adv. Mgr.J, Jr. Class Treas., Men's Advisory, Sophos CDance
Chrm.J. Bus. Ad. Trib. CDance Chrm.J, Bd. of Publications,
Pi Delta Epsilon, Student Council, Omicron Delta Kappa
Fresh. Award, Soph. and Sr. Class Council, Omicron Delta
Kappa. NIES, THOMAS MATTHEW-BBA Marketing,
Cincinnati, O.-News Record, Co-Weds, Mummers, UC
Telephone Directory, Golf Team, Young Reps., Bridge,
Union Newsletter fEd.J, Student Union Comm., Cincin-
NOVEMBER, PHILIP BENJAMIN-BBA Accounting,
Cincinnati, O.-Hillel, WUS, Student Religious Council,
REW fTreas.J. O'BRIEN, TOM P.-BBA Marketing, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Phi Kappa Theta fVice Treas., Social Comm.J.
OLIVERIO, LOUIS JOHN-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati,
O.-Delta Sigma Pi CRush Chrm.J, SAM. OLIVERIO,
WILLIAM JOHN-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.--SAM.
OLSON, LOIS MARIE-BBA Secretarial, Cincinnati, O.-
Speakers' Bureau, Co-Ep Club CRec. Sec.J, SAM, Alpha
Delta Pi. ORCUTT, CHARLES RICHARD-BBA Ac-
counting, Dayton, O.-Acacia CTreas.J, Arnold Air Society
fComptrollerJ, SAM, Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi.
PARK, DUCK SOO-BBA Accounting, Seoul, Korea-
Am. Accounting Assoc., SAM, Delta Sigma Pi, Westminster.
PARKER, JAMES WILLIAM-BBA Accounting, Peoria,
Ill.-Phi Delta Theta CSteward, House Mgr., Ass't. Pledge
PATALA, PETER ANTHONY-BBA Economics, Acton,
Mass.-Phi Delta Theta, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Eta Sig-
ma. PEASLEE, JAMES RAYMOND-BSIM Industrial
Management, Bolivar, N. Y.-Acacia CPres., Jr. and Sr.
Stewardj, IFC. PESAKOFF, LEE GARY-BBA Account-
ing, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Mu CRush Chrm., Sec.J,
Union Activities Comm. PHELPS, CLARENCE EDWARD
JR.-BBA Marketing, Middletown, O.
PIGG, LARRY MERLIN-BAA Management, Zionsville,
Ind. POE, MAURICE WAYNE-BBA Marketing, Cincin-
nati, O.-Alpha Tau Omega CPub., Social, Rush Chrms.,
Pres.J, IFC. PORTER, FLOYD WILLIAM-BBA Manage-
ment, Livonia, Mich.-SAM. POTTSCHMIDT, CARL
WILLIAM JR.-BBA Management, Finance, Cincinnati,
POWELL, JAMES J.-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.
PUGH, GERALD WILLIAM-BSIM Industrial Manage-
ment, Cincinnati, O-AM. RALSTON, ROBERT-BBA
Management, Cincinnati, O. REDER, RONALD-BBA Ac-
counting, Cold Spring, Ky.
REIS, ROBALD ALLEN-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.
-Varsity Basketball. RIGGS, CHARLES ALBERT II-
BBA Accounting, Lebanon, O.-Lambda Chi Alpha, Union
Dance Comm. ROEDIG, HARVEY PAUL-BBA Finance,
Cheviot, O. ROSSELOT, JOHN DAVIEL-BBA Account-
ing, Cincinnati, O.
ROTHACKER, FRED ROBERT-BBA Accounting, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Band, Kappa Kappa Psi CSec., Vice Pres.,
Pres.J, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi. RUBIN, RON-
ALD STEVEN-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha
Kappa Psi CRitualistJ, Beta Alpha Psi CSec.J, Hillel, Mum-
mers. RUST, RALPH D.-BBA Accounting, Eaton, O.-
Beta Gamma Sigma. SANDBERG, CARL G.-BSIM In-
dustrial Management, Olean, N. Y.-SAM.
SAYLER, PATRICIA GARLING-BBA Marketing, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Kappa Kappa Gamma, Bus. Ad. Trib., YWCA
Soph. Council, WAA. SCHLESINGER, ROBERT BERN-
ARD-BBA Marketing, Long Beach, N. Y.-Pi Lambda
Phi CHouse Mgr.J, Hillel, Fencing, IFC. SCHNEIDER,
FERD RICHARD-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-
BITOA qvice Pres.D. SCHULTZ, STANTON A.-BBA
Management, Cincinnati, O.-SAM, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
SCOTT, JOHN EMERY-BBA Accounting, Portvillc, N. Y.
-Acacia Ur. Steward, Ass't. Treas., Treas.J, SAM, Uni-
versity Chorus. SHAMBAUGH, HARRY E.-BBA Ac-
counting, Pittsburgh, Pa.-Theta Chi CSteward, Ass't.
Treas.J, Intramurals, Men's. Advisory, Union Comm.,
YMCA. SHOUP, JOHN T.-BBA Management, Middle-
town, O.-SAM, Men's Advisory, Lambda Chi Alpha
Clntramural Mgr., House Mgr., Sec., Rush Coordinatorj.
SIEBERT, ROBERT RIEBOW-BBA Marketing, Cincin-
nati, O.-Union Music Comm., Theta Chi CSocial Comm.,
Pledge Tr., Chap.j, Greek Chorus.
SMITH, GERALD WILLIAM-BBA Accounting, Cincin-
nati, O. SMITH, PAUL LOUIS-BBA Accounting, Day-
ton, O.-Beta Alpha Psi CSec., Vice Pres.J, Beta Gamma
Sigma. SNAUFER, LARRY LYNN-BSIM Industrial
Management, Springfield, O.-AFROTC, Arnold Air Socie-
ty, SAM, Pi Kappa Alpha CVice Pres.J. SNOW, WILLIAM
JERRY-BBA Accounting, Indianapolis, Ind.-Beta Gam-
ma Sigma CPres.J, Beta Alpha Psi, Sigma Nu.
SNYDER, RICHARD STEPHEN-BBA Economics, Lima,
O.-Lambda Chi Alpha CPres., Vice Pres., Treas., Steward,
Ritualist, Del. to Nat'1 Conv.J, IFC CPres., Treas.J, Greek
Week CTreas.J, Sigma Sigma, Metro CPub. Chrm.J, Cin-
cinnatus, Cincinnatian CBus. Staffl, Mummers CGreek Co-
ordinatorj, Convocations Comm. SPELMAN, JOHN DIL-
LON-BBA Accounting,'Reading, O. STANFIELD, PA-
TRICIA ANN-BBA Marketing, Cynthiana, Ky.--Beta
Gamma Sigma CSec.J, Pi Chi Epsilon fPres., Vice Pres.J,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Memorial Dorm CPres., Sec., Fresh.
Rep.-J, Ivy Chain, Jr. Advisor. STANBURY, ROBERT J.
-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O.-SAM.
STEIGLEDER, RICHARD EUGENE-BBA Accounting,
Cincinnati, O. STOFFREGEN, WILLIAM HOWARD-
BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O.-Theta Chi, Golf. STONER,
DAVID MILLS-BBA Management and Finance, Cincin-
nati, O. CSSTORM, JACK RUSSELL-BBA Marketing, Cin-
STURGEON, LOWELL STANLEY-BBA Accounting Cin-
cinnati, O. SUESS, GERALD-BBA Accounting, Cincin-
nati, O. TAPSCOTT, THOMAS MICHAEL-BBA Mar-
keting, Indianapolis, Ind.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, YMCA
SAM, Beta Tau. TARCHA, NICHOLAS ANTHONY-
BBA Marketing, Johnson City, N. Y.-Acacia fPledge
Pres., Fellowcrafter Ed., Rush Chrm.D, CAP tTreas.J
IFC, IFPC, YMCA fCamp Counselorl. i
TAYLOR, NANCY BYRON-BBA Secretarial, Ft. Thomas
Ky.-Kappa Alpha Theta CPledge Pres., Deputy Treas.,
Pub. Relations Chrm.J, Bus Ad. Trib. qseey, YWCA
CSec., AWS Rep.J, Soph. 81 Jr. Class Sec., Cabinet, Bear-
kittens, Alternate Cheerleader, WAA, REW CCo-Sev.J, Cin-
cinnatus, Ivy Chain, Sr. Class Advisory Bd., Jr. Advisor
Co-Chrm. of Senior Banquet, Co-Chrm. of Bus. Ad. Dancei
TELLER, DAVID ANTHONY-BSIM Industrial Manage-
ment, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon CSocial Chrm.,
Pledge Tr.J, Ulex, Kappa Beta Phi CSocial Chrm.J, SAM,
AIChE CSec.J. THAMAN, LOUIS F.-BBA Marketing,
Ellisville, Mo.-Varsity Wrestling CCo-Capt.J, Sigma Phi
Epsilon. TEPE, RICHARD GEORGE-BSIM Industrial
Management, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Sigma Phi CVice Pres.,
TKATCH, EDWARD G.-BBA Marketing, Ambridge, Pa.
-Football. TOWNSEND, WILLIAM WEBR-BBA Ac-
counting, Osage, Wyoming-Band, Beta Alpha Psi. TREON,
GEORGE MALCOLM-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-
AFROTC, Kitty Hawk, Beta Alpha Psi CTreas.J. TROTTA,
RAYMOND JOSEPH-BBA Management, Cincinnati, O.-
TUMLER, HOWARD DAVID-BSIM Industrial Manage-
ment, Cincinnati, O.-SAM. VANCE, RICHARD L.-
BBA Accounting, Hamilton, O. VICAR, ANTHONY
JOHN-BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. VOLZ, JOSEPH
RICHARD-BBA Marketing, Dayton, O.-YMCA, IFC
CBA Rep. Trib.J, Pi Kappa Alpha CActivities Chrm., Exec.
at large, Treas., Pres.J, News Record, SAM.
WALWORTH, WILLIAM HARMON-BBA Finance, El-
mira, N. Y. WEAVER, JOHN R. JR.-BBA Marketing,
Ft. Wright, Ky.-Delta Sigma Pi. WEIDENWEBER, FRED
WILLIAM-BBA Accounting, Norwood, O. WEINGART-
NER, THOMAS LEO-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-
Phi Kappa Theta Clntramural Mgr.J.
WILHELM, A. H.-BBA Marketing, New Canaan, Conn.
Qigma Chi CVice Pres., Sec., Rush Chrm., Social Chrm.J,
Ulex CPres., Social Chrm.D, All Sports Banquet CChrm.J.
WILSON, JOHN DENNIS-BBA Accounting, Rushville,
Ind.-Sigma Nu CTreas.J Beta Alpha Psi CRec. Sec.J,
Alpha Kappa Psi, Band. WOLF, CHARLES R.-BBA
Accounting, Batavia, O. WONG, PATRICIA ANN-BBA
Marketing, San Francisco, Cal.-Glee Club CSec., Mem.-
at-largel, University Singers, University Chorus, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Co-Ep Club, Cincinnatian, UC Telephone
Directory, Summer Chorus.
WORMSER, SAMUEL J.-B-BA Accounting, Huntington,
W. Va.-Dorm Council fSec., Vice Pres., Ed. of Paper,
House and Social Comm. Chrm., Disc. Comm.D, Social
Bd., SAM CProgram Comm., Mem.-at-largel. WRIGHT,
JOHN CLIFFORD-BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O.-
Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Newman Club. WRIGHT,
LARRY EUGENE-BBA Marketing, Troy, O.-Sigma Chi
CActivities Chrm., Pledge Cl. Sec.J, Alpha Kappa Psi, IFC,
IFPC, Jr. Prom Comm. Co-Chrm., Mummers CBus1ness
Mgr., Greek Co-ordinatorj, Varsity Cheerleader, Home-
coming and Greek Week Comm., Men's Advisory. WYL-
LIE, KATHERINE GRACE-BBA Personnel Management,
Cincinnati, O.-International Club CTreas., Program Comm.
Chrm.J, India Students Assoc., Russian Club CPres.J, SAM.
WYMER, WALTER NORMAN-BBA Accounting, Nor-
wood, O. YOUNG, NORMAN CHARLES-BBA Manage-
ment, Cincinnati, O-AM. ZIMMER, DONALD EL-
MER-BBA Economics, Lawrenceburg, Ind.-Delta Tau
Delta CPledge Tr.J. ZIPES, MICHAEL P.-BBA Market-
ing, Pleasantvlle, N. Y.-Alpha Kappa Psi CPres., SSC-J,
Orient. Bd., Men's Res. Halls CExec. Pres.J, SAM, Sr.
Class Exec. Comm.
Mary Grace Matz glances at her partner's intricate etching
as they work to complete their projects in ceramics lab.
hen taken at first glance, the Design, Architecture,
.d Art student seems a rather distinctive personality.
3 dresses in sharp contrast to the other students,
rries more tools and instruments than books, and
.rsues a balanced course of studies, both in art and
e humanities. As a student in D.A.A., he may study
ll semester courses in art and art teaching or enter
e six-year co-op program in architecture, or the five-
ar co-op program in one of the design options. De-
gn options, open to the "arty", include advertising,
terior, industrial, fashion, and a new addition to
e curriculum-city planning, one of the few under-
aduate courses of its kind in the country. Separated
nm the rest of the campus by University Avenue, the
t student is better able to render into physical form
e ideas which he feels are not only beautiful but
so practical and appealing to the public.
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LLEGE 0E DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, AND ART
an Ernest Pickerin
Students listen to a progfessofs critique of the work of a classmate
Professors C. Leslie Martin, Chairman, Architectural Graphics:
Reginald L. Grooms, Head, Dept. of Art,' Mathias Noheimer, Director
of Admissions, and Robert A. Deshon, Chairman, Architectural Graphics.
Professors Maurice Rhoades, Chairman, Advertising Design
Robert Stevens, Chairman, Interior Design,
ana' James Alexander, Chairman, Industrial Design
Miss Ruth Delarnette, Chairman, Costume
Design, helps a student with a pattern.
D.A.A. students set up a
display for Christmas in
the Alms Building Gallery.
Paintings receive the finishing touches as students hurry to hand in projects
Paper mache masks become more real and
life-like as the artist snips and clips.
8: ART GRADUATES
ARN, FREDERICK HEIL-BS Architecture, Kenton, O.-
Alpha Tau Omega, A.I.A., Men's Advisory. ATKINS,
FOREST DOYLE-BS Architecture, Madeira, O.-Scarab
CTreas., Vice Pres.D. BALLARD, JANE VALARIE-BS
Design, Lyndon, Ky.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Phi
Delta, Fresh. Project CDecorations Comm. Chrm.J, Univer-
sity Chorus, Canterbury.
BARTLOW, MITCHELL M.-BS Design, Felicity, O.-
Mummers, Wesley, A.I.D. BEISEL, JOHN TERRY-BS
Architecture, Cincinnati, O. BENSON, EDWARD ADOLPH
-BS Architecture, Buffalo, N. Y. BERBERICH, DONALD
STANLEY-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-Newman Club
tDirec. of Choral Arts.J.
BERGMANN, PAUL ARTHUR-BS Architecture, Cincin-
nati, O.-Phi Kappa Theta, Men's Advisory, Union Music
Comm., A.I.A. BLOOM, STEFAN ALAN-BS Design,
Springfield, N. J.-Mummers, I.D.I., Delta Phi Delta.
BOLLINGER, HOWARD NIEL-BS Design, Cincinnati,
O.-Phi Eta Sigma,'I.D.I. BOLTON, ROBERT MATHEW
-BA Architecture, Cincinnati, O.
BORN, DOLORES CECILIA-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-
Kappa Delta fHist., Pledge Pres.J, Delta Phi Delta, Ivy
Chain, Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts, Soph. Class
Vice Pres., Cincinnatus, Homecoming, Jr. Prom, Rose of
Delta Sigma Pi, Profile, Jr. Panhell., Sophos Court. BOW,
PATRICIA SYLVIA-BA Art, BS Design, Kettering, O.-
Cincinnatian iPhoto Ed.J, F.A. II 8: F.A. III CPub. Rela-
tions Chrm.J, AA Trib., Kappa Delta CEditor, House Pres.J,
House Pres. Council fVice Pres.J, Phi Omega. BURT,
RAYMOND JAMES II-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-Phi
Kappa Tau. CAIN, JERRY ALLAN-BS Design, Troy, O.
-Beta Theta Pi CSocial Chrm., Alumni Sec.J, IFPC, Union
Comm., Men's Advisory.
CARROLL, ABIGAIL-BA Art, BS Education, Cincinnati,
O.-AWS fState Dayj, YWCA CSoph. Council, Cabinetj,
Mummers, Homecoming Float Comm., Delta Delta Delta
fScholarship Chrm., Treas.J, Jr. Advisor, Memorial Dorm
tCabinet, Sec.J. CLARKE, JOHN WILLIAM-BS Design,
Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Chi CHist.D, AA Trib. CTreas., Beaux
Arts Ball Chrm. CONNELLY, PETER-BS Design, Wayne,
N. J.-I.D.I., Delta Phi Delta tPres.J. COOKE, GILBERT
DAVID-BS Architecture, Staten Island, N. Y.-Scarab
CSec., Nat. Conv. Delegate, Pledge Chrm.j, Delta Phi Delta
CROSSEN, CHARLYN LOUISE-BS Design, Newark
Valley, N. Y.-Glee Club, University Singers, A.I.D. tRed.
Sec.J, Delta Phi Delta CCorres. Sec.D. DAHMANN, JAMES
JOSEPH-BS Design, Deer Park, O. DAUB, GEORGIE
ANN-BA Art, BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Jr. Panhell.
CSec.J, Delta Phi Delta CVice Pres.J, Alpha Chi Omega
Clst Vice Pres.J. DEVINE, CRAIG FRANCIS-BS Design,
Cincinnati, O.-Delta Tau Delta fPres., House Mgr., Pledge
Tr., Float Chrm., Deltones Octetj, IFC CRush Editorj,
Hermes tCo-Editorl, Greek Week.
DEWEY, JOHN LYNN-BS Architecture, Cincinnati, O.-
Lambda Chi Alpha, Union Exhibition Comm., Men's Ad-
visory, Delta Phi Delta, AIASC, Scarab. DOST, FRANK
EDMUND-BS Design, Wellington, O.-AID CPres.J, Del-
ta Phi Delta. DRAYSON, DIANE KAY--BS Design, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Kappa Alpha Theta CRec. Sec.D, YWCA Fresh.
Bd., Bearkittens, Ivy Day Luncheon Chrm., Kampus King
Comm., Homecoming Comm., Cheerleader, Soph. Class
Exec. Council, YWCA Soph. Council, Jr. Advisor, Jr. Class
Vice Pres., AWS CAA Rep.J, Rush Aide, Homecoming
Queen Finalist, Jr. Prom Exec. Bd. FISHER, BARBARA
JOAN-BS Design, Dayton, O.-Delta Phi Delta CHist.J,
Jr. Advisor, Ivy Chain, Memorial Dorm Council CStandards
Chrm.J, Zeta Tau Alpha, AID CSec., Vice Pres.J.
FLORY, CLIFFORD DON-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-
Sigma Alpha Epsilon CCorres. Sec., Float Chrm.J, Golf
Team, Arnold Air Society. FREDERICK, JOHN KUEHN
-BS Architecture, Cincinnati, O.-Varsity Golf, AIA CVice
Pres., Pres.J. GINSBERG, BARRY ALLEN-BS Architec-
ture, Newark, N. J.-Dorm Council CFloat Chrm.J, Hous-
ing Comm., A.I.A. GRARE, SUZANNE E.-BA Art, Cin-
GRIMSHAW, GARY LEE-BA Design, Portsmouth, O.-
Alpha Tau Omega, AID, IDSA. GUERNSEY, RICHARD
-BS Design, Indianapolis, Ind.-Industrial Design Inst.
GUTTING, JUDITH ANN-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-
Kappa Kappa Gamma CEiTiciency Chrm.J, Homecoming
Comm. HAYES, JACQUELINE ANN-BS Design, Cincin-
nati, O.-Kappa Kappa Gamma CPub. Relations Chrm,
Pan-Hell Rep.J, Union Comm., YWCA CMem. Comm.,
Fine Arts Chrm.D, Cincinnatus CSec.J, Profile, Cincinnatian
fArt Ed.J, Homecoming CFloat Comm., Publicity Comm.J,
AWS CProjects Comm.J, Jr. Advisor, Guidon CVice Pres.J,
Mortar Board CVice Pres.J, Ivy Chain, Pi Delta Epsilon,
Delta Phi Delta.
HEALY, JANACE-BA Art, Charleston, W. Va.-Delta
Phi Delta. HEAVNER, WILLIAM ALLEN-BS Architec-
ture, Cincinnati, O.-Triangle CHouse Mgr., Corres. Sec.,
Comm. Chrm.J, AIA, Union Movie Comm. HELSCHER,
JACK G.-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-Pi Kappa Alpha
CPledge Class Pres.J. HERBERS, DONALD ARTHUR-BS
Design, Cincinnati. O.
HESSEL, ROBERT KENNETH-BS Architecture, Cincin-
nati, O.-Arnold Air Society CAdmin. Officer, Plebe Tr.J.
HINKLIN, ALAN DEE-BS Architecture, Marion, O.-
Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Phi Delta, AIA, Kampus King Comm.,
Scarab. HUGGINS, JAMES STANLEY-BS Design, Nor-
wood, O.-Golf Team. HUGHES, JERRY W.-BS Archi-
tecture, Cincinnati, O.-Theta Chi, Scarab, AIA.
HUGHES, ROBERT H.-BS Design, Hamilton, O.-JOHN-
SON, JANET LYNN-BA Art and BS Education, Cincin-
nati, .O.-Fresh. Project Comm., Fine Arts Comm. JONES,
ROBERT C.-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Delta Theta
CWardenD, Homecoming Comm. CPub.j, YMCA., KECZ-
MERSKI, JOHN JOSEPH-BS Architecture, Cincinnati, O.
-AFROTC, ACC, IFC, AIA, Scarab.
KELSO, GEORGE JAMES-BS Architecture, Valparaiso,
Ind.-Swimming Team, YMCA Cabinet, Scarab CProJectS
Chrm.J, Director-U.C. in the Home T.V..SCT1CS on Arctu-
tecture, University Diploma Design-Coordinator, Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon CPledge Treas., Asst. Scholarship Chrm., Asst.
Stewart, Float Chrm.J. KERR, HOWARD CARTER JR.-
BS Architecture, Kansas City, Kan.-Alpha Tau Omega.
KESSELHAUT, ALAN JAY-BS Design, Newarle, N. J .-
Sigma Alpha Mu, Block "C" Pub. Chrm., UIHQU Pub-
Comm., DAA Trib., Prod. Mgr. for "Proof Press Maga-
zine. KESSLER, WILLIAM ROLLAND-BS.Des1gH, TFQY,
O.-Beta Theta Pi, Union Comm., Cincinnatian, Industrial
KOCH, GEORGE HENRY-BS Design, CinCi11I1afi, O--
AID. KOSAR JOHN EDWARD-BS Architecture, I-'YU'
' Dorm Council KREPPS ROB
dora, Pa.-AIA, YMCA, , - i '
ERT LEE-BS Architecture, EVHHSVIHG, Ind- KROIN,
MATTHEW E.-BS Architecture, Yonkers, N. Y.-AIA,
Social Comm., Homecoming Float Comm.
SL ART GRADUATES
KUHN, CAROLYN ANN-BA Art, Cincinnati, O.-
Delta Delta Delta CRush Chrm., Activities Chrm., WAA
Rep., Intramural Chrm., House Bd. Councilj Homecoming
Pub. Comm., YWCA, Profile CExchange Ed.J, Kampus
King Ticket Comm., Young Republicans. LANG, JANICE
-BS Design, Dayton, O. LEECH, ELIZABETH ANN-
BS Design, Indianapolis, Ind.-Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha
Lambda Delta, AA Trib. Union Comm. LEECH, PHILIP
JACKSON-BS Architecture, Indianapolis, Ind.-Delta Tau
Delta, Scarab, AA Trib. REW Conv. Comm.
LEO, FRANK T. G.-BS Architecture, Hong Kong-
Men's Advisory, Dorm Council CExec. Vice Pres.J, Silver
Anniv. Comm., Scarab, A.I.A., Soc. Bd. CRep.j, Union
Art Exhib., International Club. LIGHT, DAVID-BS
Architecture, New York, N. Y. LIGHTER, JUDITH
ELAIN-BS Design, Dayton, O.-Cincinnatian,' Bearkit-
tens Mgr., F.A. II CArt Exhib. Comm. Chrm.J, Soc. Bd.
CRep.D, Jr. Class Advisory Bd., Sr. Class Exec. Bd. LIP-
MAN, ROBERT F.-BS Design, Chicago, Ill.-Sigma Al-
pha Mu, Delta Phi Delta, Sophos, Proof Press.
LOCKWOOD, DAVID E., BS Architecture, Marion, O.-
Union Jazz Comm., AA Trib., Alpha Tau Omega, Men's
Advisory. MAIER, RICHARD EDWIN-BS Design, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. MANKOWSKI,
LEONARD EDWARD-BS Architecture, Burgettstown, Pa.
-Phi Kappa Theta CHouse Mgr., Hist.J, Scarab, A.I.A.
QVice Pres., Pres.D. MARKS, PAUL JAY-BS Architec-
ture, Plymouth, Ind.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Scarab, A.I.A.
MASTEN, JERRY A.-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.. Mc-
CARTY, DON CARL-BS Architecture, Anderson, Ind.-
Pi Kappa Alpha, Men's Advisory, YMCA, Band. MEDA-
LEN, DON GORDON-BS Architecture, New Castle, Ind.
-A.I.A., French Dorm Float Comm., Golf Team. ME-
LICK, RALPH BATES-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-
IYMCA, Band, AA Trib., Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa Kappa
MEYER, LOIS J.-BA Art, BS Education, Cincinnati, O.
-Theta Phi Alpha CPres., Pledge Tr.J, Penguins, Rush
Aide. MEYERS, WILLIAM II-BS Architecture, Philadel-
phia, Pa.-Triangle CRush Chrm., Pledge Class Treas.,
Ass't Treas., Treas., Vice Pres., Pres., Hist.D, Scarab, CSgt.-
at-Arms, Pres.J, IFC CSec.j, Union CExhib. Comm. Co-
Chrmj, AA Trib., Greek Week Seminars Co-Chrm., IFPC
CTreas.j. MILLER, HAL E.-BS Architecture, Green
Castle, Ind.-Scarab, A.I.A. MILLER, LINDA LUH-
BS Design, Charleston, W. Va.-Zeta Tau Alpha, A.I.D.
MUNSON, DAVID GAUL-BS Architecture, Norwalk, O.
-Alpha Tau Omega, A.I.A. MYER, ROGER LEE-BS
Design, Cincinnati, O. NORWAY, ALBERT JOSEPH JR.
-BS Design, Arlington Forest, Va.-Rifle Team, CCapt.J
NOVAK, ROBERT GEORGE-BS Architecture, Cincin-
nati, O.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, A.I.A.
PATRICK, ALLEN LEE-BS Architecture, Toledo, O.-
Pi Kappa Alpha, Scarab, AA Trib., A.I.A., IFPC CVice
Pres.j. PHINNEY, ABIGAIL ANN-BA Art, Cincinnati,
O. RICE, LARRY THOMAS-BS Architecture, Indian-
apolis, Ind.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROTENBUHLER,
JAMES F.-BS Architecture, Toledo, O.-Phi Eta Sigma,
Delta Phi Delta.
ROXBY, ANDREW DIXON-BS Design, Swarthmore, Pa.
-I.D.S.A., Glee Club, Cincinnatian, Sailing Club, News-
Record, Proof Press, Beta Theta Pi, IDI. SATKOWSKI,
ROSALIE-BS Design, Dayton, O.-Kappa Delta QSOCIHJ
Chrm., Ass't Float Chrm.J, Cincinnatian, News-Record,
A.I.D., NSID. SCHAUM, DAVID LEE-BS Design,
Cleveland, O.-I.D.I. SCHWEIKHART, KENNETH AR-
THUR-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-I.D.I., I.D.S.A.
SCHWINDT, ROBERT ARTHUR-BS Design, Kokomo
Ind.-I.D.I. SHAFOR, CAROLE LEE-BS Design, Cinf
cinnati, O.-Kappa Kappa Gamma fAss't Song Leaderj,
YWCA, Glee Club, Jr. Advisor, Cincinnatian, Greek
Chorus. SCHUSTER, STUART BAUN-BS Design, Louis-
ville, Ky.-Pi Kappa Alpha CVice-Pres., Pledge Classj
YMCA fSec., Fresh. Club Chrm., 2nd Vice Pres.J, Chrmf
Fire Prevention Week, Peace Corp fStud. Comm. Chrm.D
Men's Advisory CDAA Chrm.J, I.D.I. CProgram Chrm.Jj
News-Record CArt Ed.J, DAA Trib. CTreas.J. SMELTZER
LEONARD HORTER-BS Design, Erlanger, Ky. '
SMITTLE, NELSON DEAN-BA Art, BS Education, Ba-
tavia, O.4peakers Bureau, Fine Arts, ROTC Cadet Bri-
gade OIT. SPENCER, JOHN K.-BS Architecture, Mahno-
men, Minn.-Phi Kappa Theta CPres.J, Scarab, AIA, AA
Trib., Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Phi Delta, Cincinnatian, Sail-
ing Club. STAUB, KEN EDWARD-BA Art, BS Educa-
tion, Cincinnati, O.-Profile CArt Dir.J, Student Art Shows
CChrm.J. STEARNS, DAVID ALLEN-BS Design, Mt.
STIENE, FRANK J.-BS Architecture, New York, N. Y.-
Scarab, AIA, Men's Res. Hall QTreas., Social Chrm., Stud.
Advisory. STRATTON, GERALD ALLEN-BS Design,
Cincinnati, O.-Phi Eta Sigma, Photo. Work Shop, Teach-
ing Ass't. THOMPSON, DAVID E.-BS Architecture,
Princeton, Ind.-AIA CProgram and Activities Chrm.J.
TOLESKI, SLAVEN-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.
TREFZGER, PAUL ANT ONY-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.
-Mummers. TRONDLE, LARRY JOHN-BS Design,
Toledo, O. ULMER, WILLIAM BARNEY-BS Architec-
ture, Indianapolis, Ind.-AIA, Sigma Chi. VOGT, ROB-
ERT KEARBY-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.- Pi Kappa
Alpha, Cincinnatian, Delta Phi Delta CProgram Chrm.J, IDI.
WALTERS, DONALD J.-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-
Phi Kappa Theta CPres.J, IFC fRush Chrm.J, Homecoming
Float Comm., Hermes CEditorJ, CAP CConv. Chrm.J.
WALTERS, TIMOTHY A.-BS Architecture, Cincinnati,
O.-IFPC CRep.J, AIA, Scarab, Phi Kappa Theta CSocial
Chrm., Float Chrm., Sec.J, Union Comm., Jr. Prom Pub.
Chrm. WERTZ, PHILIP A.-BS Architecture, Miamis-
burg, O.-Phi Delta Theta. WHITNEY, PATRICIA ANN
-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-University Chorus, News
Record, Delta Zeta CPledge Pres.J.
WILKIE, MARY MARGARET-BS Design, Bellbrook, O.
-Delta Phi Delta fCor. Sec.D. WILLEY, JAMES LAW-
RENCE-BS Architecture, Defiance, O.-Basketball, Cin-
cinnatus, Homecoming Comm., Men's Advisory, Metro,
Omicron Delta Kappa, CPres.J, Orient. Bd. CPres.j, Phi Eta
Sigma CPres.J, Scarab, AIA, Sigma Alpha Epsilon fScho-
larship Chrm., Assit Pledge Tr., Pub. Chrm., Float Chrm.,
Intramuralsl, Sigma Sigma CTreas.J, YMCA. WILLIAMS,
MARY KATHERYN-BA Art, BS Education, Hillsboro,
O.-Alpha Gamma Delta CActivities 84 Social Chrm.J,
Greek Week Comm., YWCA, Rush Aide. WILSON, ALEX
M.-BS Design, Ft. Mitchell, Ky.-Student Council, CSug-
gestions 8a Imp. Comm. Chrm.J, AA Trib. fPres.J, IFC,
Men's Advisory, AFROTC Drill Team, Pi Kappa Alpha
WINE, HAZEL ELIZABETH-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-
Delta Phi Delta CRec. Sec.J, AID CTreas.J.. WOERTZ,
RUSSELL E.-BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Kappa The-
ta CVice Pres.J WOMACK, EDWARD PETERS-BS
Architecture, Cincinnati, O.-Westminster CTreas., Pres.J,
Student Religious Council. WOOD, JEAN ANNE-BS
Design, Cincinnati, O.
WOOD, JOSEPH FICKLING II-BS Design, Alpha Tau
Omega, CAP CSec. Photo.J. WOODRUFF, LINDA
BS Design, Cincinnati, O.-Westminster, Student Religious
Council fPres.J. ZIEGEL, PENNY DIANE-BA Art, BS
Education, Cincinnati, O. ZIEGLER, DAVID B.-BS De-
sign, Sewickley, Pa.-Sailing Club, Mummers, IDI-
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Mechanical engineering students,
surrounded by giant machiner in
lab, check and record vital data.
COLLEGE 0E ENGINEERING
Founded in 1900, the College of Engineering instituted
the iirst plan of co-operative education in the country.
Under this plan the students alternate academic studies
with practical work experience in various industrial
firms. For over half a century the college has been
producing competent engineers with degrees in chem-
ical, civil, electrical, mechanical, aerospace, and
metallurgical engineering. Today Schneider Quadran-
gle at the northern end of the campus is the home of
the engineers. The still curriculum of the college de-
mands long hours of study. "The Cooperative Engi-
neer," a magazine published quarterly by the students,
features technical reports and articles of interest to
future engineers. And, as any U.C. graduate knows,
the engineers can be counted on to add a note of
boisterous enthusiasm to the otherwise formal com-
mencement exercises. For these students, graduation
marks the end of rigorous academic training and the
beginning of a rewarding career in industry, or study
for an advanced degree.
Dean Howard K. Justice
Cornelius Wandmacher, Associate Dean, and
Herbert Dangel, Director of Admissions.
Using all available free time for study,
engineers End sliderules indespensable.
William Licht, Head, Chemical Engineering,
Louis Laushey, Head, Civil Engineering, and
Daniel Sclzleef, Head, Mechanical Engineering.
Paul Harrington, Head, Aerospace Engineering and
Albert Herweh, Head, Electrical Engineering.
Civil engineering students annually survey the main campus.
ALTER, NATHAN-Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.
-Glee Club, IRE. ANSPACH, WILLIAM FRANCIS-
Chemical Engineering, Miamisburg, O.
ASHCRAFT, MICHAEL DUANE-Aerospace Engineer-
mg, Selina, O.-IAS, Alpha Phi Omega. AYERS, DOR-
SEY W.-Chemical Engineering, Corbin, Ky. BAIRD,
JOHN DUANE-Chemical Engineering, Norwood, O.
BARR, DAVID JOHN-Civil Engineering, Evansville, Ind.
-Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, ASCE CTreas.J, Band, Mum-
mers, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
B-ARTOL, JULIO R.-Metallurgical Engineering, Monti-
video, Uruguay-Alpha Tau Omega, Tau Beta Pi, ASM
CPres.J, Men's Advisory, A.I.Ch.E., ASTM. BELL,
GEORGE HAROLD-Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.
-AIEE. BELL, VIRGINIA LOIS-Chemical Engineering,
Norwood, O.-Ir. Advisor. BERKS, RICHARD HORTON
-Aerospace Engineering, West Hanover, Mass.-Theta Chi
fSec.J, IAS fChrm.D.
BETZ, JOHN WILLIAM-Chemical Engineering, Cincin-
nati, O.-Delta Tau Delta CCorres. Sec.J, IFC CS1ng 8:
Cult. Imp. Chrm.J, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Mum-
mers, Kampus King, Men's Advisory CEng. Chrm.j, Phi
Lambda Gamma, Omicron Delta Kappa. BEVERLY, DAN
CARROL-Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-
ASME, Sailing Club, BIDLINGMEYER, VINSON LADD
-Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Beta Theta P1
CSteward, Ass't Treas., Pledge Tr., Intramurals Chrm.J,'Jr.
Prom Ticket Comm. BIEN, PAUL RAYMOND-Chemical
Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Tau Beta Pi, A.I.Ch.E. CRepj.
BITLER, V. THOMAS-Civil Engineering, Lima O.-
ASCE, Lambda Chi Alpha, Glee Club. BOEHM, JACK
F.-Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-AIEE, IRE
CTreas.D. BOGGS, JOSEPH STANLEY-Chemical Engi-
neering, Fairfield O.-Sigma Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi
Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon, A.I.Ch.E. BOONE, JACK
L.-Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.
BOWSER, DAVID KEENE-Aerospace Engineering,
Springfield, O.-IAS. BOYD, THOMAS EDWARD-Me-
chanical Engineering, Lima, O.-ASME. BREECE, HAR-
RY T. III-Electrical Engineering, Kenova, W. Va.-IRE,
Scabbard Sa Blade, REW, Glee Club. BRILL, KENNETH
JOSEPH-Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-ASME,
Pi Tau Sigma.
BRINKMAN, FRED RICHARD-Civil Engineering, Day-
ton, O.-Phi Kappa Theta, ASCE. BUCKLER, RONALD
GLENN-Mechanical Engineering, Bethel, O.-ASME.
BUECHLER, DONALD GENE-Electrical Engineering,
St. Louis, Mo.-AIEE. BUNGER, DAVID ALBERT-
Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-AIEE.
BURGESS, KENNETH-Electrical Engineering, Cincin-
nati, O.-Tau Beta Pi, IRE, AIEE, Baptist Student Union
fEnlistment Chrm.J. BURKETT, EUGENE JOHN-
Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Chi Sigma
CRecorderJ, Newman Club, A.I.Ch.E. BURNS, JERRY
WAYNE-Electrical Engineering, Arcanum, O.-Delta Tau
Delta, Eta Kappa Nu, Eng. Trib., AIEE. CARTER, ART
B.-Civil Engineering, North Fairfield, O.-Lambda Chi
CARTY, RONALD HADEN-Chemical Engineering, Lex-
ington, Ky. CASTEEL, ROBERT LOUIS-Chemical Engi-
neering, Portsmouth, O.-Tau Beta Pi, Humanities Reading
Prog., A.I.Ch.E. CHALK, DAVID L.-Chemical Engi-
neering, Hamilton, O.-Tau Beta Pi CVice Pres., Nat'l
Conv. Chrm.D, Alpha Chi Sigma CVice Pres., Mem. Comm.
Chrm.J, Phi Lambda Upsilon, A.I.Ch.E., G.E. Exp. Read-
ing Prog. CHAPMAN, ROBERT E.-Chemical Engineer-
ing, Cincinnati, O.-Beta Theta Pi CSec.J, Omicron Delta
Kappa CMem. Chrm.J, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Soph.
CSec.J, Metro, A.I.Ch.E., Men's Advisory, Swimming Team.
CHATFIELD, DAVID ALAN-Metallurgical Engineering,
Huntington, W. Va.-Tau Beta Pi, ASM tChrm.J. CLAG-
GETT, MICHAEL BRUCE-Electrical Engineering, New-
ark, O.--Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHouse Mgr., Sec-.D, Men's
Advisory, AIEE, IRE, Scabbard 81 Blade, ROTC Rifle Team.
CLARKE, THEODORE R.-Chemical Engineering, Cin-
cinnati, O. CLENDENIN, WILLIAM HARVE-Mechan1-
cal Engineering, Massillon, O.-ASME.
CLIFTON, WILLIAM JAY-Mechanical Engineering,
Charleston, W. Va.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, ASME. COL-
GROVE, PHILIP G.-Mechanical Engineering, Wheelers-
burg, O.-Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, Dorm Council. COOK,
PETER WILLIAM-Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.
-Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu CTreas.J, Tau Beta Pi,
Cincy Christian Fell. CVice Pres.J, AIEE, IRE CChrm.J.
COPEN, GEORGE DENNIS-Chemical Engineering, Ports-
CORBITT, GORDON KENNETH-Mechanical Engineer-
ing, Parkersburg, W. Va.-Men's Advisory, ASME, UC
Radio-TV Dept. CORRELL, LARRY J.-Chemical Engi-
neering, Fostoria, O. CORWIN, EDWARD FRANKLIN-
Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Newman Club, IRE.
CRITTENDEN, JACOB KEITH III-Aerospace Engineer-
ing, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Phi Alpha, IAS, Arnold Air
Society, Scabbard 8: Blade, Kittyhawk.
CRITZER, THOMAS FRANK-Electrica ' '
Dayton, O.-Sigma Phi Epsilon. CROMWEIEL ERISSISEQIE
Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-ASCE. DAHINDEN
DEAN RICHARD-Chemical Engineering, Massillon O Q
Sigma Chi CRitualist, House Mgr., StewardJ, Tau Bi-:ta.Pi
CRec. Sec.JgLPEllpha ihi Sigma, A.I.Ch.E. DEEM KEN-
NETH WE Y-c emicai En ineerin '
va.-A.I.Ch.E., Acacia. g g' Parkersburg' W'
DEMARCO, JACK-Civil Engineering, Covington, Ky.-
ASCE. DENMAN, GARY LYNN-Mechanical Engineer-
ing, Piqua, O.-Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME CRec.
Sec.J. DENNIS, DONALD SCOTT-Chemical Engineer-
ing, Cincinnati, O.-Band, YMCA, Kappa Kappa Psi,
DIXON, THOMAS NELSON-Chemical Engineering, Uti-
ca, O.-A.I.Ch.E., Tau Beta Pi.
DRESSING, PAUL A.-Mechanical Engineering, Cincin-
nati, O.-ASME CTreas.D. DRIVER, DAN A.-Electrical
Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Band, AIEE, IRE CVice
Chrm.J. DURITSCH, DONALD W.-Mechanical Engi-
neering, Cincinnati, O.-ASME CChrm.J. EASTERLING,
FRANK ALLEN-Electrical Engineering, Ironton, O.-
Eta Kappa Nu, AIEE. IRE, Scabbard 8L Blade, Pershing
Riiies, Social Bd.
EGBERS, PAUL HOWARD-Metallurgical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O. ENGEL, W. PETER-Electrical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-IRE. EVANS, DONOVAN LEE-Mechan-
ical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Pi Tau Sigma CCorres.
Sec.J, Tau Beta Pi, ASM CChrm.J. EVERS, MICHAEL
FRANCIS-Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Pi Kap-
pa Alpha, IRE.
FANGER, JOHN BARRY-Electrical Engineering, Kalida,
O.-Eta Kappa Nu fPres.J, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE, IRE CSec.J.
FAY, CHARLES ROBERT-Chemical Engineering, Mil-
ford, O.-A.I.Ch.E., Bowling League. FLORIDA, ROB-
ERT EDWIN-Mechanical Engineering, Evansville, Ind.
FORSBERG, BRUCE ALLEN-Electrical Engineering,
Troy, O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
FRAKES, JACK GORDON-Civil Engineering, Covington,
Ky.-ASCE, Co-Weds. GALBRAITH, JAY R.-Chemical
Engineering, Cincinnati, O. GANDEE, GREGORY W.-
Chemical Engineering, Charleston, W. Va.-A.I.Ch.E.
GARRISON, JAN N.-Aerospace Engineering, Arcanum,
O.-Delta Tau Delta, IAS.
GATTO, LUCIANO R.-Metallurgical Engineering, Cin-
cinnati, O.-ASM, A.I.Ch.E. GECKLE, THOMAS E.--
Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-A.I.Ch.E., Phi Kap-
pa Theta. GILBY STEPHEN WARNER-Metallurgical
Engineering, Lebanon, O.-ASM, ASTM, Tau Beta P1.
GEORGE, FRANK LEE-Aerospace Engineering, Xenia,
O.-IAS fSec., Treas.J, Band CTreas.J, Kappa Kappa Psi
CVice Pres., Pres.J.
GODDARD, WILLIAM MARVIN-Electrical Engineering,
Mingo Junction, O.--ACC CVice Pres.J, AIEE, Eta Kappa
Nu CCorres. Sec.J, Tau Beta Pi. GOLDICK, CHARLES
EDWIN-Civil Engineering, Dayton, O.-ASCE. GOOD-
RICH, EDSON FRANK-Aerospace Engineering, Nor-
walk, O.-Menis Res. Hall Council, IAS CVice Chrm.,
Treas.J, Tau Beta Pi. GRAF, JAMES PAUL-Chemical
Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Glee Club.
GREEN, WILLIAM SIDNEY-Chemical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-A.I.Ch.E. GWIN, DAVID LEE-Mechan-
ical Engineering, Hagerstown, Ind.-ASME. HABERMAN,
WILLIAM STANLEY-Mechanical Engineering, Cincin-
nati, O.-Scabbard 8: Blade, Pershing Riiies, ASME. HAM-
ILTON, MICHAEL BRUCE-Mechanical Engineering,
HAMMOND, CARL ROBERT-Electrical Engineering,
Frederick, Md.-Cincy Christian Fell. fVice Pres., Pres.J,
ACC CRec. Sec., Corres. Sec.J, IRE, University Chorus.
HARRIS, DAVID EUGENE-Electrical Engineering, Day-
ton, O.-IRE. HARRIS, ROBERT WILLIAM-Mechanical
Engineering, Hamilton, O. HARTMANN, ROBERT FRED-
ERICK-Metallurgical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Phi
Delta Theta CPres., Pledge Tr., Sec., Intramural Mgr.J,
Sigma Sigma CPres.J, Metro CVice Pres.J, Cincinnatus
CPres.J, Greek Week CChrm.J, Homecoming Dance CChrmJ,
Cheerleader, ASM, YMCA.
HASZ, JOHN R.-Mechanical Engineering, Cheviot, O.-
Pi Tau Sigma CRec. Sec.J, ASME CTreas.J. HATHAWAY,
JAMES LUTHER-Civil Engineering, Marietta, O.-
ASCE. HAUGHABOO, GEORGE DAVID-Chemical En-
gineering, Covington, Ky.-A.I.Ch.E. HAUVER, RICH-
ARD VAN-Aerospace Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-IAS.
HAYES, JAMES HARRY-Civil Engineering, Cincinnati,
O.-Student Council CSec.J, Sigma Alpha Epsilon CProg.
Chrm., Social Chrm., Rush Chrm.J, Sigma Sigma CSec.J,
Metro CPres.J, Sophos. CVice Pres.J, Cincinnatus CPres.J,
YMCA CVice Pres.J, ASCE CSec.J, Jr. Class Advisory Bd.,
Sr. Class Advisory Bd., Union Bd., Orient. Bd., Men's Ad-
visory CGen. Chrm.J. HEBERLING, THOMAS G.-
Metallurgical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. HELDMAN,
ROBERT HALE-Chemical Engineering, Marietta, O.-
Sigma Phi Epsilon, A.I.Ch.E. HENTHORN, JOHN C.-
Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.
HILL, CHARLES EUGENE-Electrical Engineering, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Eta Kappa Nu, AIEE CSec.J. HIOTT, WAL-
TER H, J R.-Mechanical Engineering, Indianapolis, Ind.-
Lambda Chi Alpha, ASME, Men's Advisory. HUBIAK,
RICHARD JOHN-Civil Engineering, Herkimer, N. Y.-
Fencing Team, Men's Res. Hall Council CSec.J, Men's Ad-
visory, ASCE. HUGHES, DOUGLAS GRANT-Mechani-
cal Engineering, Dayton, O.-Sigma Phi Epsilon CIntramu-
rals, Rush Comm.J, Men's Advisory, Homecoming Queen
HURST, LAWRENCE, JOSEPH-Mechanical Engineering,
St. Louis, Mo.-Theta Chi CHouse Mgr., Chap. Regional
Conf. Chrm.J. HYDE, JAMES RUSSELL-Chemical En-
gineering, Marietta, O.-Delta Tau Delta CSec., Vice Pres.,
Treas., Pledge Tr.J, Band, A.I.Ch.E. HYER, LARRY
CARL-Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-AIEE, IRE.
IRICK, HOWARD DALE-Electrical Engineering, Men-
tor, O.-AIEE, IRE.
JACOBS, RALPH CHARLES-Mechanical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-Theta Chi CLib., Scholarship Chrm.J,
ASME, Men's Advisory. JANSEN, JOHN H.-Electrical
Engineering, St. Louis, Mo.-AIEE. JOHANNIGMAN,
JAMES B.-Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Pi Kappa
Alpha, ASTM, ASCE. JOHNSON, JOSEPH C.-Mechan1-
cal Engineering, Troy, O.-ASME.
KEELING, WILLIAM LELAND-Mechanical Engineer-
ing, Chillicothe, O.-Pi Kappa Alpha fSec., Exec.-at-Large,
Stewardj, Pi Tau Sigma fTreas.J, Tau Beta Pi, ASME,
ASTM, Student Council, Eng. Trib., Men's Advisory. KING,
RONALD JOE-Electrical Engineering, Wapakoneta, O.
KIRBY, WARD NELSON-Civil Engineering, St. Clairs-
ville, O.-Canterbury Assoc., YMCA, ASCE CTreas.J, Chi
Epsilon. KLAUSMEYER, JAMES P.-Civil Engineering,
lgayton, O.-Phi Delta Theta CWarden, Stewardl, ASCE,
KOLB, DONN EUGENE-Civil Engineering, Hamilton O.
-ASCE, chi Epsilon fSec.j, Tau Beta Pi. KRISHI-ER
RALPH EDWARD, JR.-Meeiieiiieei Engineering, Dayton,
O.-Sigma Phi Epsilon CP1edge Tr.J, Menis Advisory,
ASME. KRUEGER, CHARLES HUSTON JR.-Eieetrieei
Engineering, Dayton, O.-Phi Delta Theta CSec., Stewardj
YMCA fCabinetJ, Profile, Men's Advisory, IRE, Homecomj
ing Comm., Union Comm. KUNZ, WALTER CHARLES..
Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-ASME, Tau Beta
Pi, Pi Tau Sigma.
LAVALLEE, JOSEPH CHARLES, J R.-Electrical Engineer-
ing, Cincinnati, O.-AIEE CSec.J. LAWRENCE, RICH-
ARD PAUL-Aerospace Engineering, Evansville, Ind.-
IAS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LEE, WILLIAM P. Il-Metal-
lurgical Engineering, Brookville, O. LEITER, LARRY LEE
-Mechanical Engineering, Centerville, O.
LENSCH, GARY ALAN-Civil Engineering, Dayton, O.-
Chi Epsilon, ASCE, Sigma Phi Epsilon. LIFER, DONALD
EDWARD - Civil Engineering, Danville, O. - ASME.
LOWE, EDWARD BRIAN-Electrical Engineering, Ash-
land, Ky.-Eta Kappa Nu, IRE. LOWER, DAVID ORAN
-Civil Engineering, Springfield, O.-ASTM, ASCE, Band.
MARSHALL, WILLIAM W.-Electrical Engineering, Day-
ton, O.-Sigma Phi Epsilon CPledge Tr.J, Eta Kappa Nu,
Tau Beta, Pi, AIEE, Wrestling Team. MCALPINE, RICH-
ARD-Electrical Engineering, Butler, Pa.-AIEE, Res. Hall
Advisor, Amateur Radio Club. MCDONEL, JAMES D.-
Aerospace Engineering, Camden, O.-IAS CSec., Chrm.J,
Eng. Trib., Tau Beta Pi. MCGRAW, DAVID PAUL-
Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-IFC, Phi Kappa Tau
CTreas., Rush Chrm.J, AIEE.
MCMILLAN, JAMES R.-Chemical Engineering, Parkers-
burg, W. Va.-Acacia CPledge Tr.D. MENYHERT, STE-
PHAN-Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Internation-
al Club CVice Pres., Treas.J, A.I.Ch.E. MICHEL, JAMES
ANDREW-Electrical Engineering, Reading, O.-AIEE,
IRE, Eta Kappa Tau. MOLLOY, JOHN EDWARD--Me-
chanical Engineering, Dayton, O.-Phi Delta Theta CPledge
Vice Pres., House Mgr., Stewardj, ASME, Union Movie
MRAOVICH, SAM-Electrical Engineering, Weirton, W.
Va. MURPHY, JOHN W.-Electrical Engineering, Dayton,
O.-Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. NIEMEYER, WILLIAM
A.-Mechanical Engineering, Baltimore, Md., ASME, P1
Tau Sigma. NIXON, TRAVIS D.-Metallurgical Engineer-
ing, Greenville, O.
NOFTSGER, JOHN BOYD-Electrical Engineering, Lees-
burg, O.-Eta Kappa Nu CRec. Sec.J, Tau Beta P1, Phi Eta
Sigma, AIEE. OCHSNER, DONALD JOHN-Mechamcal
Engineering, Evansville, Ind.-Sigma Phi Epsilon. OTTE-
WITTE, ERIC H.--Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-
Phi Delta Theta CVice Pres., Sec., Lib.J, Soph. Class Treas.,
Jr. Class Treas., Student Council, A.I.Ch.E. QSec.J, Co-op
Engineer, Homecoming Comm., Greek Week 'Comm.,.Glee
Club. PALMER, RONALD LEIGH-Mechanical Engineer-
ing, Corning, N. Y.-Union Dance Comm., Men'S AdV1S01'Y,
Lambda Chi Alpha.
PETERS, ROBERT LOUIS-Civil Engineering, Cincinnati,
O.-ASCE. PETRY, THOMAS EDWIN-Mechanical Engi-
neering, Cincinnati, O.-Student Council, Eng. Trib. C360-,
Vice Pres.J, Pi Tau Sigma CVice Pres.D, Greek Week
Comm., Union Comm., Phi Delta Theta Clntramural Chrm.,
Pledge Tr., Rush Chrm., Treeep, Ce-ep Engineer, ASME-
PHILLIPPS, JACK L.-Mechanical Engineering, Cincin-
nati, O.-ASME. POTTHOFF, HARRY ARTHUR-Me
chanical Engineering, Norwood, O.-ASME.
POWELL, ROBERT PEYTON-Mechanical Engineering,
Chillicothe, O.-Theta Chi CChap., Sec., Vice Pres.j.
PRAGER, DENIS J ULES-Electrical Engineering, Dayton,
O.-Dorm Council CSec.J, Men's Advisory. PUENING,
GEORGE RICHARD-Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati,
O.-Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME. QUIGLEY, RICH-
ARD EUGENE, J R.-Mechanical Engineering, Dayton, O.
-Dorm Council CAthletic Chrm.J, SAE.
RADEKE, MICHAEL-Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati,
O.-Acacia fRush Chrm.J, Kampus King Court. REY-
NOLDS, GARY PAUL-Chemical Engineering, Covington,
Ky.-Men's Advisory. RHODES, HARRY ERVIN-Elec-
trical Engineering, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.--Triangle, AIEE.
ROBERTS, IRWIN B.-Electrical Engineering, St. Louis,
Mo.-AIEE, IRE, Dorm Council CPres.J.
ROBERTS, JAMES EARL-Metallurgical Engineering,
Huntington, W. Va.-ASM CSec.J. ROBISON, JOHN S.
JR.-Electrical Engineering, Butler, Pa.-Eta Kappa Nu,
IRE. ROLLMAN, EDWARD WILLIAM-Mechanical En-
gineering, Baltimore, Md.-Tau Beta Pi CPres.J, Pi Tau
Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, ASME, ASTM. RORICK, MYRON
LESLIE-Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-A.I.Ch.E.
ROSE, MARVIN GERALD-Mechanical Engineering, Sut-
ton, W. Va.-Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma CPres.J, Pi
Delta Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, ASME, ASTM CStud. Mem.
Awardj, Omicron Delta Kappa, G.G.G. CCo-Chrm.J, Sr.
Class Treas., IFC, Lambda Chi Alpha, Cincinnatian CAss't
Bus. Mgr., Bus. Mgr.J, Board of Publications CChrm.J.
RYAN, MICHAEL JOSEPH-Chemical Engineering, J effer-
sonville, Ind.-Alpha Phi Omega, A.I.Ch.E. CRep.J, Eng.
Trib., Pi Kappa Alpha CCorres. Sec., Pub. Relations
Chrm.J, ROTC CCadet Major, Intramural Direc.J. SAGE,
CHARLES ALLAN-Civil Engineering, Canton, O.-Tri-
angle, ASCE, Eng. Trib. CRep.J. SANDMAN, RUSSELL
RICHARD-Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Glee
Club, Summer Chorus, Union Movie Comm.
SARVER, LARRY W.-Metallurgical Engineering, New
Castle, Ind.-Band, ASM, A.I.Ch.E., ROTC Band. SCHE-
IDE, ALFRED W.-Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.
SCHNEIDER, ROBERT ARTHUR-Electrical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-AIEE, IRE. SELMAN, A. NARIF-Elec-
trical Engineering, Mansfield, O.
SENSEL, ROBERT NORMAN-Chemical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O. SHERLOCK, JAMES EDWARD--Mechani-
cal Engineering, Indianapolis, Ind.-Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta
Pi, ASME fSec.J, Men's Res. Hall Council. SISSON, LES-
LIE DAVID-Electrical Engineering, Dayton, O.-Men's
Res. Hall Council CSec.J, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu
CCorres. Sec.J, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE. SMALLWOOD,
GEORGE LARRY-Electrical Engineering, Indianapolis,
Ind.-Pi Kappa Alpha, AIEE, IRE.
SMELKER, JAMES DAVID-Electrical Engineering, Day-
ton, O-.-IRE. SNYDER, ROGER WILLIAM-Mechanical
Engineering, Dayton, O.-ASME, Dorm Council. SPENCE,
JAMES Q.-Metallurgical Engineering, Huntington, W. Va.
SPENCER, ROBERT LEROY-Chemical Engineering, Ken-
ton, O.-Pi Kappa Alpha CVice Pres.J, A.I.Ch.E. CVice
Pres.J, Men's Advisory, YMCA.
SPRINGER, GARY MARLIN-Metallurgical Engineering,
Ironton, O.-Pi Kappa Alpha fSec., Stewardi, ASM.
STANFORTH, RICHARD ALLEN-Civil Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon flntramural Chrm.J,
Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, ASCE CPres., Vice Pres.J, Eng.
Trib. STARR, WILLIAM R.-Civil Engineering, Dayton,
O.7Sigma Phi Epsilon, fHist.J, Sophos CTreas.J, ASCE
KYICQ Pres.J, Chi Epsilon CTreas.J, Tau Beta Pi CTreas.J,
Cmcinnatian, Arnold Air Society CCommanderJ. STEUER-
NAGEL, ROBERT GERALD-Chemical Engineering, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Bridge Club CPres.J, A.I.Ch.E. CTreas.J, News
Record, Tau Beta Pi.
STIERS, ROBERT A.-Civil Engineering, New Carlisle 0
STRAUB, JAMES ARTHUR-Electrical Engineering hall
timers, Md.-AIEE. STRINE, KENNETH LOWELL..
Mechanical Engineering, Cardington, O.-ASME Pi Tau
sigma- STUEWE, CHARLES WESLEY-Chemical Engi-
neering, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Lambda Up-
silon, U.C. Glee Club fGlee Club Bd., Ass't. Bus. Mgr.j
University Singers, Male Octet, A.I.Ch.E. 1
SWEENEY, MYLE J. JR.-Chemical Engineering Ft,
Alleghany, Pa. THATCHER, JAMES HAROLDJCiVil
Engineering, Portsmouth, O.-Phi Delta Theta CHouse
Mgr.J, ASCE, YMCA. TURNER, STEVEN ROGERS-
Electrical Engineering, University City, Mo,-Triangle
fPres., Vice Pres.J, IFC, Soph. Class Council CMemberaat
Largel, Kampus King Court, Glee Club, Pledge Class Pres,
WAGONER, WILLIAM RICHARD-Electrical Engineer-
ing, St. Louis, Mo.-Eta Kappa Nu, Men's Dorm Council,
WARNER, ROSS EDWARD-Mechanical Engineering,
Bradford, Penn.-Aquaal CVice Pres.j, YMCA, Pi Tau
Sigma, ASME, Experimental Reading Prog. WATSON,
DAVID CARL-Mechanical Engineering, Dayton, O.-
ASME. WATSON, JOHN THOMAS-Mechanical Engi-
neering, Indianapolis, Ind.-IFPC CPres.J, Exec. Council
of IFC, YMCA CTreas.D, Men's Advisor Exec. Board,
Soph. Class Exec. Comm., Chairman-Pledge Class Pres.
Comm., Chrm.-Fresh. Leadership Conf., Greek Week,
Homecoming, Sophos CChrm. Dancej, Cincinnatus ASME,
Lambda Chi Alpha CP1edge Class Pres., Sec., Rush
Chrm., Pledge Tr.J, Student Council, Cincinnatian CBus.
Mgr.J. WEAVER, E. LAWRENCE-Electrical Engineering,
Harvey, Ill.-IRE, Eta Kappa Nu.
WEDEL, THOMAS ARTHUR-Electrical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-Triangle CRec. Sec., Hist.J, AFROTC,
Arnold Air Society CAdmin. OIIJ. WELLS, JAMES M.-
Mechanical Engineering, Sidney, O.-Pi Kappa Alpha,
YMCA, ASME. WELLS, WARD B.-Chemical Engineer-
ing, Cincinnati, O.-U.C. Glee Club CBus. Mgr.J, Eng.
Trib. CSec.J, A.I.Ch.E. CChrm., Jr. Class Rep.J, Triangle,
Bridge Club. WELLS, WAYNE EDWARD-Metallurgical
Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-ASM, Eng. Trib.
WESSEL, JAMES KENNETH-Chemical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-A.I.Ch.E. WESTRICK, JAMES J.-Civil
Engineering, Hamilton, O.-ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta
Pi. WHALEY, THOMAS EDWARD-Civil Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon CPres., Vice
Pres.j, ASCE, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Phi Epsilon. WHITE,
LEE JAMES-Electrical Engineering, Merrill, Mich.-Tau
Beta Pi CCatalogerJ, Eta Kappa Nu, Men's Res. Hall
Council QVice Pres.J, Student Religious Council.
WIEHE, IRWIN A.-Chemical Engineering, Lockland,
-A.I.Ch.E. WILEY, NORMAN H.-Metallurgical Engi-
neering, Cincinnati, O. VVILL, RICHARD HARRYfMe-
chanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Eta Sigma, P1 Tau
Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, ASME, ASTM. WILLINS, RICHARD
EMORY-Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Eta
Sigma, Alpha Chi Sigma CPres.J, Tau Beta Pi CCorres. Seo.
8a Advisory Bd.J, Phi Lambda Upsilon, A.I.Ch.E.
WILLIAMS, ROBERT C.-Metallurgical Engineering, Van-
dalia, O.-Theta Chi, ASM, A.I.Ch.E. WILSON, DONALD
EUGENE-Mechanical Engineering, Portsmouth,
ASME, Pi Tau Sigma. WISE, HAROLD J .fMechan1cal
Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-ASME, Engineeflllg ,Rea-41113
Prog. WISE, JAMES LAWRENCE-Chemical Engineering,
Felicity, O.-YMCA, A.I.Ch.E.
WOOD, HALBERT MURRAY-Mechanical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-ASME. WRENN, KENNETH FREDER-
ICK-Mechanical Engineering, Charleston, W. Ve.-ASME
ZALLA, A. MARTIN-Civil Engineering, Covington, Ky.
-ASCE CSec.J. ZIMMERMAN, CAROL SUSAN--Chem1-
cal.Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-A.I.Ch.E., Newman Club
CHISLJ, Jr. Advisor, Ivy Chain.
The co-op system at UC is a combination specifically
designed to bridge the division between academic
learning and Work experience. Within the co-op col-
leges the seven week alternations between Work and
school result in class-room learning being applied to
practical problems soon enough to make it relevant.
This eliminates the relearning period usually experi-
enced With a job right after college. At the same time
the school provides an ordering and a foundation so
that the Work experience is not simply haphazard and
blind. The result, in the ideal, is a student who has
had five years of carefully integrated Work and college.
The results of this are manifold and extend beyond
class and work to college life and outlook. The seven
Week periods necessitate a mobile status and put the
campus and practically all its activities in a state of
constant flux. The result is in many ways a greater
maturity-students who have seen some of the world
as well as school. To the variety in appearance, to
charge and counter charge can only be put the test
of fact and it is in the photographs of this section that
the patterns of work, school, and amusement emerge.
Co-arclinators such as Graham Smith interview students
for co-op jobs fleftj. Co-ops are placed in such diverse jobs
as pertain to their field of study. Charlotte Manger
and Anita Stitlz of DAA do engineering drafting for
the government fmiddle rightj. Carol Rothman, a
marketing major, sells women's clothes at a local
department store fmicldle leftj. Architectural students
flower leftj work for the City Planning Commission.
Other engineering co-ops are employed by the Cincinnati
Milling Machine Company flower rightj.
In such distant places as the U.S.A Steel Corporation in Pittsburgh, civil engineering co-ops gain first hand knowledge of plant construction
Charles Ellsworth, Bus. Ad. co-op,
handles microfilming for Cinti.
Bell Telephone Company.
Dave Oberlin checks student data sheets in the
Machine Records Department of the University.
Mechanical engineering co-ops
record pressure readings at a
local manufacturing concern.
H .,,, ., .
Mr. Tappe leads a session on maps for a geology lab section. The U.S. map helps a geology student complete her lab exercise.
Dean Charles K. Weichert
The McMicken College of Arts and Sciences attempts
to achieve a liberal education: understanding and
wisdom as opposed to knowledge-about. It has exten-
sive pre-profession programs leading to law, medicine,
teaching, and theology, and these programs attract
many earnest students already decided on a career and
a goal. But at the same time there are many students
drifting, looking for a field. To these the college pro-
vides its real service of requiring something, and offer-
ing much more, in the way of a general education.
The chief function of this college is, in fact, not to
offer specialized knowledge but rather to view knowl-
edge itself and to give training and discipline in
thought, so that its students acquire the mental range
and flexibility characteristic of a truly educated man.
The diversity, thus engendered, is the mark of both the
variety and unity of the College of Arts and Sciences.
COLLEGE 0E ARTS AND SCIENCES
Joseph E. Holliday, Assistant Dean and
Charles Brigham, Assistant to the Dean
Dr. William Hewett, Head, Dept. of Economics. Dr. Gustav Carlson, Head, Dept. of
Sociology 62 Anthropology, and Dr. Harold Vinacke, Head, Dept. of Political Science
Dr. Hilmar C. Krueger, Head, Dept. of History, Dr. William S. Clark, Head,
Dept. of English, and Dr. Van Meter Ames, Head, Dept. of Philosophy
Dr. George C. Schoolfield, Head, Dept. of
Germanic 62 Slavic Languages cf: Literatures, and
Dr. Wesley Allinsmith, Head, Dept. of Psychology
Dr. H.. David Lipsich, Head, Dept. of Mathematics,
Dr. Milton Orehin, Head, Dept. of Chemistry, and
Dr. Dare A. Wells, Head, Dept. of Physics
Dr. John L. Caskey, Head, Dept. of Classics, and
Dr. James Doolittle, Head, Dept. of Romance Languages
liam A. Spoor, Head, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Dr. William F. Jenks,
Dept. of Geology, Dr. Paul Herget, Head, Dept. of Astronomy, and
zr Nash, Head, Dept. of Geography and Regional Planning
In embryology lab, Dale Wolf carefully compares the image
ln the microscope with the descriptions in the text book.
ARTS 8c SCIENCES
AMBROSE, JAMES L.-BS Physics, Cincinnati, O.
ADAMS, JANE BEE-BA, BS English, Cincinnati, O.
ADAMS, ALLAN D.-BA History, Gary, Ind.-American
Commons, Club CPled,f1e Pres.D. Canterbury, Cincy Chris-
tian Fell., AFROTC, AF Social Bd. CSec.D, Kitty Hawk
CExec. Officer 81 ComptrollerJ, Arnold Air Society CChap.J.
AHLBURN, THOMAS EDWARD-BS Zoology, Cincin-
nati, O.-Speakers Bureau.
ALLEN, DEENIS ROBERT-BS Physics, Cincinnati, O.
AULT, DONALD C.-BS Geology, Amelia, O.-Men's
Advisory, Alpha Tau Omega CPledge Class Vice Pres., Co-
ordinator, Palm Reporter, Athletic Chrm.J. BADEN, NA-
THAN-BS Economics, New York, N. Y.-Pi Lambda Phi.
BAKER, HAROLD DEAN-BA Zoology, Cincinnati, O.
BARBER, DONALD A.-BS Physics, Felicity, O. BARK-
ER, TAYLOR WALLACE-BS Psychology, Cincinnati, O.
-Lambda Chi Alpha CPledge Tr., Pledge Class Pres.j, Cin-
cinnatian CAss't. Business Mgr., Circulation Mgr.J, Greek
Week Convocation Comm., Pi Delta Epsilon, IFPC Rep.,
A8aS Trib. CVice Pres.j, Caducea CTreas.J. BAUMAN, JON
E.-BS Zoology, Newark, N. J. BECKER, JAMES LEROY
-BS Mathematics, Cincinnati, O.
BENTZ, WILLIAM FREDERICK-BA Economics, Cov-
ington, O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon CSec., Ass't. House Mgr.,
House Mgr., Vice Pres., Pres.J, Track Team, Men's Advi-
sory, IFC, Fresh. Proj. Co-Chrm. BERESFORD, PATRI-
CIA ANNE-BA English, BS Education, Ludlow, Ky.-
S-E Club fHospitality Chrm., Program Chrm.J, News Rec-
ord, English Club. BERTE, NEAL RICHARD-BA Poli-
tical Science, St. Bernard, O.-Jr. 8: Sr. Class Pres., Sigma
Alpha Epsilon CPres.j, Sigma Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Metro, Cincinnatus CTreas.J, Sophos CSec.J. Co-Chrm.
YMCA Fresh. Camp, News Record -CNat. Adv. Mgr.J, Men's
Advisory, A8tS Trib. Vice Pres., Homecoming Float Comm.
Co-Chrm., Pi Delta Epsilon. BERWALD, DAVID MOR-
TON-BS Zoology, St. Louis, Mo.-Caducea, IFC, P1
Lambda Phi CSec., Pledge Tr., Social Chrm.J.
BIEHLE, MARIANNE J .-BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O.-
Delta Delta Delta CPledge Class Pres., Social Chrm.J.
BIKOFF, JAMES L.-BA History, Roslyn Harbor, N. Y.-
Phi Alpha Theta CVice Pres.j. BINEGAR, GARRY NEIL
-BS Zoology, Hailton, O.-Theta Chi CPledge Sec.,
Scholarship Chrmj, Men's Advisory, Caducea. BISHOP,
CATHERINE ANNE-BA Spanish, Cincinnati, O.
BISHOP, MARGARET ANNE-BA Political Science,
Evanston, Ill.-Zeta Tau Alpha, U.C. Telephone Directory
CBusiness Mgr.J, Board of Publications. BLACKBURN,
BEN E.-BS Physics, Cincinnati, O.-Am. Institute of
Physics, CVice Pres.D, BLANTZ, ROBERT ALLEN-BS
Botany, Massillon, O. BLATT, MARGARET CHRISTINA
-BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O.-Chemistry Club fSec.,
Treas.J, Alpha Lambda Delta, Iota Sigma' Pi.
BLUESTONE, JUDITH-BA Political Science, Cincinnati
O.-Cincinnatus, Sigma Delta Tau CRush Chrm.J Jr, Adi
visor, Mummers CGreek Coordinatorl, A845 Rep, fS0ph,
and Jr. Class Cabinetb, Guidon, Hillel. BLUTH, HOWARD
-BA Philosophy, Bronx, N. Y. BOCKLET, ALBERT
ARTHUR-BA Psychology, Cincinnati, O.-Cincinnatian
YMCA, Delta Tau Delta CPledge Class Pres., Rush Chrnmji
BOLAN, BARBARA-BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O.-Theta
Phi Alpha CRush Chrm., Pledge Tr., First Vice Pres.J
Union Social Comm., Sophos Court, Homecoming Dance
Co-Chrm., Kampus King Comm., Jr. 'Prom Presentation
Co-Chrm., Jr. Advisor, Sociology Club CSec., Pres.D, REW
Co-Treas., Cincinnatus, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl.
BONTRAGER, AMOS-BA History, Cincinnati, O. BON-
VILLAIN, WALTER ADDISON-BS Physics, Cincinnati,
O.-Co-Weds, Am. Institute of Physics. KINGSTON BOW-
EN-BA History, Cincinnati, O.-Glee Club.
BOWLING, BARBARA ANN-BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O.
-News Record CCopy Editorb, Union Newsletter fAssoc.
Ed.J, Alpha Lambda Delta CPres.J, Soph. Class CVice
Pres.J, Ivy Chain, Caducea, Guidon, Mortar Board fSec.D,
Pi Delta Epsilon, Jr. Advisor.
BRAUER, RONALD OTTO-BA History, Cincinnati, O.-
News Record. BREGMAN, ALAN DAVID-BA Sociology,
Pittsburgh, Pa.-Hebrew Union College Choir, Undergrad.
Ofiicer. BROWN, LARRY CADAGAN-BA English, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Band CVariety, Marching, Concert Vice Pres.j,
Kappa Kappa Psi CSec.J, Men's Advisory CAss't. Chrm.D,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, News Record, Profile, Union Comm.,
Jazz Workshop, Intramural Football, Baseball, English Club,
Mummers, YMCA. BROWN, ROGER EARL-BA Person-
nel and Industrial Relations, Dayton, O.-Pi Kappa Alpha
CPledge Class Treas., Rush Chrm., Social Chrm., Sec. Ac-
tivity Chrm., Pres.J, Cincinnatian CExchange Ed.b, Men's
Advisory, Social Bd. Treas., YMCA fTreas., Fresh. Camp
Chrmj, IFC Mother's Day Sing Chrm., IFC Vice Pres.,
Orient. Bd., Cincinnatus, Central Comm., Greek Week
Seminar Leader, Homecoming Comm., Jr. Class Advisory
Bd., Jr. Prom Comm.
BROWN, T. GRANT-BA German, Cincinnati, O.-Delta
Phi Alpha, Wrestling Team. BRYANT, HAROLD LEE-
GS Geology, Cincinnati, O. BRYANT, LENVILLE M.-
BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O. BUCKLEY, GERALD W.-BA
English, Cincinnati, O.
BURTON, LINDA LEE-BA Zoology, Cincinnati, O.
BUSCH, HAL JOSEPH-BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O.-
Varsity Tennis Team, Men's Advisory, Caducea. BUSH,
MARGARET MORRIS-BS Mathematics, Cincinnati, O.-
Delta Delta Delta CChap.J, Float Comm., Band Sponsor
Candidate. BUTT, WARREN LEE-BA English, Johns-
town, O.-News Record, Cincinnatian 'CPhotography Ed.J,
CALDWELL, RICHARD V.-BA Psychology, Cincinnati,
O.-Baseball Team. CALLARD, DANIEL WARREN-BA
English, St. Albans, W. Va. CANNY, BENNY JAMES-
BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O. CHRISTY, RICHARD JAMES
-BA Economics, Cincinnati, O.
CINNAMON, CHARLES GERALD-BS Geology, Cincin-
nati, O.-YMCA Intramurals. COLWELL, JACK DANA-
BA History, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Chi. CONNELL,
CHARLES W.-BA History, Charleston, W. Va.-Sigma
Phi Epsilon fPledge Vice Pres., Pledge Tr., Social Chrm.,
Rush Chrm., Scholarship Chrm.D, Phi Alpha 'Theta CSec.J,
Greek Week Games Comm. COTTRELL, JACK WARREN
-BA Philosophy, Cincinnati, O.
CRAMER, NANCY JANE-BS Bacteriology, Cincinnati,
O.-Union Bowling League. CRANDALL, ROBERT W.-
BA Economics, Cuydhoga Falls, O. CRAUDER, KAREN
ANN-BA English, cincinnati, o.-Kappa Delta CCW-
paign Chrm.J, Glee Club, Mummers CState MEF-J, F1'C?h-
Proj. Co-Chrm., Jr. Advisor, Alpha Beta Gamma, English
Club CPres., Sec., Treas.J, Ivy Chain. CROSBY, THOMAS
GILES-BA Spanish, Cincinnati, O.
ARTS 8a SCIENCES
CUNNINGHAM, R. HUGH-BS Chemistry, Wyoming, O.
-Alpha Tau Omega CPledge Tr.j. DAVIS, BERNARD
RICHARD-BA History, Deer Park, O.-ROTC Colonel,
Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles. DAVIS, GALE
CHARLES-BS Physics, Cincinnati, O.-Kitty Hawk,
AFROTC. DAVIS, ROBERT HUTCHINSON-BA Politi-
cal Science, Cincinnati, O.-Co-Chrm., Greek Week, Delta
Tau Delta fPledge Class Pres., IFC Rep., Vice Pres.J.
DEAN, ARVELLA SCOTTEEN-BS Medical Technology,
Cincinnati, O.-AWS Rep., Delta Sigma Theta CHist.J,
Pyramid Club CSec.D, Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart, Med.
Tech. Soc. DECKER, C. LARRY-BS Zoology, Alexandria,
Ky. DEMAKES, CHRISTOS P.-BA Political Science, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Cincinnatian fEditor-in-Chief, Copy Ed., Or-
ganizations Ed.J, Glee Club fPres., Business Mgr., Pub.
Mgr.J, University Singers, Men's Octet, Pi Delta Epsilon
CVice Pres.J, Brd. Of Publications, Sr. Class Exec. Council,
Eastern Orthodox Fell. CPres.J, Student Religious Council,
Young Dems. DENMAN, JUNE JUDITH-BA English,
Cincinnati, O.-Dance Club.
DILS, JOSEPH P. JR.-BA Zoology, Cincinnati, O. DIM-
OND, KEITH ALLEN-BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O.-
Swimming Team CCo-Capt.J, IFC, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
EBBERS, RICHARD EARL-BA Economics, Cincinnati,
O.-Beta Theta Pi fAlumni Sec., Intramuralsj, Home-
coming Comm. EGGENA, PETER HELMUTH-BS Phy-
sics, Cincinnati, O.
EISENSTAT, MICHAEL BARRY-BA English, North
Woodmere, N. Y.4igma Alpha Mu, A8zS Trib., Hillel.
ELLISON, NICHOLAS CLAY-BA Economics, Ft. Thom-
as, Ky. ERVIN, EDWARD L.-BS Botany, Cincinnati, O.
-Scabbard and Blade, Journal Club. EVANS, VICKI
BARBARA-BA Psychology, Cincinnati, O.
FARR, WILLIAM CHARLES-BS Zoology, Port Murray,
N. J.-YMCA, Caducea. FESSENDEN, JANE ELLEN-
BA French, Cincinnati, O. FETTNER, SAUL ALAN-BA
Economics, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Mu CPledge Pres.,
Pledge Tr., House Mgr.J, Union Music Comm. FICHMAN,
NANCY LEE-BA Sociology, Indianapolis, Ind.-Panhell
Vice Pres., Sigma Delta Tau, Sociology Club, Hillel.
FINDLEY, DAVID FRANCIS-BS Mathematics, Dayton,
O.-News Record, Canterbury, Cincy Christian Fell. FIS-
CHER, SHARON LEE-BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O.-
Sociology Club fVice Pres.J. FORSTEIN, ROBIN G.-BA
Sociology, Cincinnati, O.-Sociology Club CPub. Chrm.J,
Young Dems. FOX, STUART HAROLD-BA English,
Cincinnati, O.--Pi Lambda Phi, News Record, Band Equip.
Mgr., Kappa Kappa Psi, English Club CSec.J, Union Film
Society Chrm., Cultural Comm., Hillel fCorr. Sec.J.
FRANCISCO, SHARON M.-BS Bacteriology, Cincinnati,
O. FRANKLIN, DANIEL ALLEN-BS Zoology, Cincin-
nati, O.-Sigma Alpha Mu, Union Music Comm. FRICKE,
FRED LOUIS-BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O.-Baseball.
FRISARLINDA RUTH-BA English, BS Education, Cin-
FRY, CAROLYN ANNE-BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O.-
Bearkitten, Guidon, Jr. Advisor, Jr. Class Sec., Sr. Class
Sec., Kappa Kappa Gamma CPanhel. Rep.J, Glee Club,
Sociology Club, Kampus King Comm. FRY, WILLIAM
ROGER-BA Political Science, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Delta
Theta, IFPC CTreas.J. GALVIN, DON ARTHUR-BS
Physics, Cincinnati, O.-Am. Institute of Physics CTreas.J.
GAN, ROBERT T.-BA History, Belmont, Mass.-Sigma
Alpha Mu, Hillel.
GARDNER, MARY HELEN-BA American History, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Kappa Kappa Gamma, Ir. Advisor, Speakers'
Bureau. GEHRINGER, KATHLEEN ANN-BA Mathema-
tics, Cincinnati, O. GLASS, RONALD WILLIAM-BA
Economics, Covington, Ky. GLAZER, BRENDA RAE-
BA Psychology. Norfolk, Va.-Hillel.
GLAZER, ELAINE ETTA-BA Psychology, University
Hts., O.-Hillel, Glee Club. GOLDBERG, MARTIN MEL-
VIN-BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O.-Pi Lambda Phi.
GOLDBERGER, RUTH-BA Bacteriology, Cleveland, O.
-Sigma Delta Tau fPres., House Pres.J, Mortar Bd., Ivy
Chain, Panhell, Jr. Advisor, Hillel fSec.J, House Pres.
Council fPres.J, Jr. Class Advisory Bd.
GOLDMAN, MARK NO-RMAN-BA English, West Hart-
ford, Conn.-Phi Eta Sigma CSec.J, Hillel, Ford Founda-
tion Honors Program, Hebrew Union College CPres. Under-
grad. Student Bodyj, GOLDSTEIN, SHELDON BENNETT
-BA English and Theater Art, Minneapolis, Minn.-Alpha
Epsilon Pi CAdvisorJ, Hillel, Hebrew Union College CUnder-
grad. Social Comm.D. GRADEN, HENRY EUGENE-BA
Sociology, Vandergritt, Pa.-YMCA, News Record CSports
Ed.J, Sociology Club. GREENBERGER, IMARK ALAN-
BA Political Science, Sharon, Penn.-Hillel, Debate Club
CPres.J, Pi Kappa Delta CTreas.D, Speakers' Bureau, Speech
Books Abroad Chrm.
GREENERT, STACEY-BA History, Cincinnati, O.-Ca-
ducea, Canterbury, Phi Alpha Theta, Student Religious
Council. GREER, JOHN WILLIAM-BA History, BS Edu-
cation, Cincinnati, O.-Rifle Team, Baptist Student Union
fVice Pres., Pres.J. GREVE, J, TERRENCE-BS Chemis-
try, Cincinnati, O.-Chemistry Club. GROW, JOHN AL-
LEN-BS Geology, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Delta Theta CVice
Pres., Pledge Class Pres., Pledge Tr.D, Omicron Delta Kap-
pa CSec.J, Metro, Cincinnatus, Sophos CVice Pres.J, Soph.
Class Pres., Arnold Air Society, YMCA, Men's Advisory,
IFC CRush Chrm.J.
GRUBB, ELIZABETH ANN-BA, BS French, Cincinnati,
O.-Kappa Kappa Gamma CTreas., Pres.J, Pi Delta Phi,
Panhell. Rush Comm. GUP, JOANNE-BA History, Cin-
cinnati, O. HAFT, CHARLES H. IR.-BA Georgraphy,
Cincinnati, O.-Phi Delta Theta, Ulex. HAMBURG, PA-
TRICIA LEE-BA History, Cincinnati, O.-Mummers
HARDY, ANN V.-BA American History, Washington,
D. C.-Alpha Chi Omega CPanhell. Rep.J, Phi Alpha
Theta. HAYES, SIUSANNA R.-BA, BS Spanish, Cincin-
nati, O.-Jr. Advisor CProgram Councill, Ivy Chain, Social
Bd. CTreas.J, Union Bd. CSec.J, Bd. of Publications, Pi
Delta Epsilon CPres.j, News Record CAss't. News Ed.,
Assoc. Ed., Ed.-in-Chiefb, U.C. Telephone Directory, Home-
coming Comm., Jr. Prom CPub. Chrm.j, Kampus King
CPub.' Chrm.D, Greek Week, YWCA, Alpha Chi Omega
CPub. Chrm., Lyre Ed., Wardenj. HEISEL, PEGGY ANN
-BS Physics, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Chi Omega CTreas.,
Pres.J, Alpha Lambda Delta, Guidon. Kampus King
fDance Chrm.J, Jr. Prom, Mortar Board, A8tS Trib., Sr.
Class Exec. Council, YWCA CFresh Leadership Conf. Co-
Chrm., Soph. Councilj, Ivy Chain, Jr. Advisor. HEIT-
ISAMP, LAWRENCE WALTER-BA German, Cincinnati,
HIGI, RAYMOND MICHAEL-BA Zoology, Muncie, Ind.
HILL, JOANNA-BA English, Cincinnati, O.-Zeta Tau
Omega CPanhell., Pres.J, Profile CExchange Ed.J, YWCA,
Ir. Prom Queen, Sophos Court. HINSON, DARRYLL L.-
BS Botany, BS Education, Mt. Healthy, O.-Men's Chorus.
HISRICH, LLOYD WILLIAM-BA American History,
Batesville, Ind.-Intramurals, Varsity Baseball Mgr., Men's
Residence Hall Exec. Council.
HOCH, CLAIRE-BA French, Cincinnati, O.-Pi Delta
Phi. HOLLOHAN, ROBERT-BA History, Ft. Thomas,
Ky. HONROTH, PENNY VIRGINIA-BA Modern Euro-
pean History, Cincinnati, O.-U.C. Telephone Directory.
HORNBY, PETER-BS Physics, Cincinnati, O.-Interna-
tional Club CVice Pres.J, International Folk Festival CStage
Mgr.J, Co-Wed Club, Am. Institute of Physics CPres.J.
ARTS 8a SCIENCES
HUMMEL, DAVID JOHN-BA Math, Cincinnati, O.
IZENSON, LAURA N.-BA Political Science, Cincinnati,
O.-Hillel CSec.J, JAEGER, RALPH ROGER-BS Chem-
istry, Mt. Healthy, O.-Chemistry Club. JONES, LYNN E.
-BA Russian, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Delta Theta CVice
Pres.J, News Record fCopy Ed., Feature Ed.. Managing
Ed.D, Proiile CEditorD, Union Newsletter, Pub., Music,
Variety Comm., Omicron Delta Kappa CSec., Vice Pres.j,
Mummers, Cincinnatian, Homecoming -Comm. CPub.
Chrm.J, Chrm. Soph. Mum Sale, Intramural Track, Sophos,
Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon, Student Council CChrm.
Grievancej, Soph. Class Cabinet, Russian Club CVice Pres.J.
JONESKU, MATTHEW LEON-BA Economics, Cincin-
nati, O.-Westminster. KABAKOFF, TOBY MAY-BS
Bacteriology, Cincinnati, O. .KA.MINSKY, GARY STUART
-BA History, Forest Hills, N. Y.-Pi Lambda Phi CSec.,
Rush, Social Chrm.J, Intramurals. KAPLAN, MORTON-
BA History, Asheville, N. C.-Hillel, Alpha Epsilon Pi.
KARTYE, EVA JANE-BA, BS History, Cincinnati, O.-
Zeta Tau Alpha CRitual Chrm., Corr. Sec.J, S-E Club
CProgram Chrm., Pres.J, Jr. Advisor COrient. Comm.J.
KATTUS, MICHAEL-BA Political Science, Cincinnati, O.
KELLY, ROSLYN LOUISE-BA French, History, Cincin-
nati, O.-Young Dem's, Pi Delta Phi CPres.j, Phi Alpha
Theta. KENNEDY, PATRICIA MINSHALL-BA Spanish,
KEYS, IRENE IUDITI-I-BA Chemistry, Cincinnati, O.-
Fresh. Proj., AWS CPub. Chrm., A8aS Rep.J, Kappa Delta
fWays and Means Chrm., Scholarship Chrm.J, A8zS Trib.
CCO-Chrm. Thanksgiving and Christman Open Housej,
GAA Clinic, WAA fBadminton Chrm.j, YWCA CMem.
Comm., Fresh. Camp Counselorj, News Record fTyping,
News Staffl, Guidon CTapping Chrm.J, Glee Club, Chemis-
try Club, Fresh. Leadership Conf., Upperclass Leadership
Conf. CA8rS Trib. Del.D. KING, JOHN LOUIS JR.-BA
American History, Cincinnati, O. KIRBY, GRANT W.-BA
Economics, Cincinnati, O.-Young Dem's, Newman- Club.
KLAPPERT, JOHN LOUIS-BA Modern European His-
tory, Cincinnati, O.-Pershing Rifles.
KLEEMANN, JUDITH ANN-BA Political Science, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Young Repulicans,
YWCA. KLINE, JOHN ALFRED-BS Geography, Mans-
field, O.-Tennis Team fCapt.j, Phi Delta Theta. KLOCKE,
MARGARET ANN-BA English, Cincinnati, O.--Theta
Phi Alpha. KOENIG, MYRON ROBERT-BA Psychology,
Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Men's Advisory,
Greek Week Comm.
KO-EPPEL, CHARLES R.-BA Zoology, Middletown, O.-
Lambda Chi Alpha. KOFFLER, HERBERT-BS Zoology,
Cincinnati, O.-Men's Advisory, Intramurals. KOIZUMI,
GAIL KAZUE-BA History, BS Education, Cincinnati, O.
-WAA CPenguinsJ. KOLOZS, PETER-BS Physics, Cin-
KRAUS, VERNON JAY-BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O.-
Union Games Comm., Sigma Alpha Mu CTreas.J, Phi Eta
Sigma. KUEHNER, VIRGINIA ANN-BA English, Ft.
Thomas, Ky.-WAA CCorr. Sec.j, YWCA CCabinet Vice
Pres.J, Alpha Gamma Delta CCorr. Sec.J, Guidon, Home-
coming, Greek Week, Jr. Advisor, Mortar Board. KUNZ,
ARTHUR ERNEST-BS Zoology, Middletown, O.-Phi
Delta Theta, Tennis Team. LANCE, CAROL JEANNE-
BA Geology, Cincinnati, O.-YWCA, WAA, Penguins,
Westminster, Chi Omega CAss't. Treas., House Mgr.j, Jr.
LANGE, DAVID WILLIAM-BS Chemistry, Cincinnati,
O.-YMCA, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LAPIROW, SUSAN-
BA Classics, Cincinnati, O.-Ford Foundation Honors Pro-
gram. LAPPIN, JOSEPH STEPHENS-BA Psychol-ogy,
Cincinnati, O.-Psi Chi, YMCA, Sigma Alpha.Eps1lon.
LARKIN, DEHAVEN SALLIE-BA French, Cincinnati,
O.-Pi Delta Phi CPres.J, Kappa Kappa Gamma CMarshal,
Vice Pres.J, YWCA CAll Mem. Chrm.j, AWS CJr. Advisor
Rep.J, Jr. Advisor CExec. Bd.J, Greek Week CDance
Comm.J, Kampus King CDance Comm.J, Fresh. Proy.
LAWRENCE, JAMES CARTER-BA Classics, Cincinnati
0,-Mummefs qPub. Mgr.J. LEE, DAVID ALAN-BA
Political Science, Cincinnati, O. LEWIS, BEVERLY JEAN
..BA American History, BS Education, Cincinnati O,
LIPPERT, RICHARD HENRY-BA History, Cincinnati
O,-Sigma Phi Epsilon CSec., Social Chrm., Pledge Bdj,
REW, Jr. Prom, Young Republicans, YMCA, Intramurals?
LOUEY, JULIAN P. H.-BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O.-
YMCA, International Club. LUTTERBEI, KATHE LOU-
ISE-BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O.-WAA CSocial Chrm.J,
Zeta Tau Alpha CStandards Chrm.J, Jr. Advisor, Caducea
fTreas.J. MANDELI., STANLEY-BS Mathematics, Cin-
cinnati, O. MARTIN, RONALD CHARLES-BS Physics,
Newport, Ky.-Ford Foundation Honors Program.
MARX, DAVID K. JR.-BA Economics, West Orange,
N. J.-Pi Lambda Phi CTreas., House Mgr., Social Chrm.,
Greek Week Chrm.J, MATTHIS, ROBERT LEE-BA Phi-
losophy, Cincinnati, O. MAZIN, HELAINE-BA French,
Louisville, Ky.-Alliance Francaise, Hillel, Sigma Delta
Tau, International Club. MCCAULEY, JULIA BAUER-
BS Medical Technology, Cincinnati, O.
MCKENZIE, ROGER LEE-BA History, Williamsburg, O.
-YMCA, Young Republicans, Scabbard and Blade CCapt.J.
MENDE, ERICH FRITZ-BA Economics, Cincinnati, O.-
Alpha Sigma Phi CRec. Sec., Intramural Mgr., Soc. Chrm.J,
News Record CPhotographerJ. MEYER, PAUL STEWART
-BA English, Cincinnati, O.1Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scab-
bard and Blade. MEYER, WINIFRED JANE-BS Chemis-
try. Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Chi Omega CAss't. Treas.,
Chap.J, YWCA, WAA, Homecoming Comm., Kampus
King Comm., Chemistry Club, Jr. Advisor,
MILLER, KENT S.-BS Chemistry, Reading O.-Pershing
Rides, Scabbard and Blade CFirst Sgt.D. MINSON, MI-
CHAEL E.-BA Sociology, Anthropology, Cincinnati, O.
MONIS, BETSY SUE--BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O.
MOORE, CHARLES HOBART-BA PsycholOgY, Cincin-
nati, O.-Beta Theta Pi.
MORRISON, JOHN AINSLIE-BA Economics, Cincinnati,
O.-Beta Theta Pi, Cincinnatian, Greek Week Comm.,
Bridge Club, Canterbury, Ford Foundation Honors Pro-
gram. MOSKOWITZ, JOEL S.-BA Economics, Cincinnati,
O.4igrna Alpha Mu, News Record CSports Ed.J. MUHLE-
MAN, ALBERT FREDERICK JR.-BS Chemistry, Girard,
O.-Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Caducea, Canter-
bury, Alpha Kappa Kappa. NIEMILLER, JEAN ELIZA-
EETH-BA Philosophy, Cincinnati, O.-Modern Dance
NORTH, MYRNA LYNN-BS Chemistry, Cincinnati,
-Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Phi Alpha, Iota Sigma P1,
Chemistry Club, YWCA fSoph. Council, Exec. Comm.,
Cabinetj. O'CONNELL, JEROME MICHAEL-BA Psy-
chology, Cincinnati, O. PIES, GARY GEORGE-BA Psy-
chology, Cheviot, O.-Cincinnatus, Pi Kappa Alpha CAC-
tivities Chrm.J, Psi Chi, Greek Week Feast Co-Chrm.,
YMCA CSec.J, IFC, Men's Advisory, REW CPub., C0-
Chrm.J. POTASH, STEPHENS J.-BA Political Science,
Swampscott, Mass.-Pi Lambda Phi CHouse Mgr.J, Wash-
ington Semester Prog., Intramurals.
PRATHER, ROBERT C.-BA Economics, Cincinnati, O.-
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Men's Advisory, Intramurals.
PROULX, MARIE ANTOINETTE-BA Psychology, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Psi Chi. PURCELL, ROBERT DENNIS-BA
Personnel Pre-Industrial Relations, Cincinnati, O.-YMCA.
RACK, JOSEPH VINCENT-BS Bacteriology, Cincinnati,
ARTS 8a SCIENCES
RAHE, J EANNETTE CATHERINE-BS Bacteriology, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Kappa Delta CPres., Sec., Scholarship Chrm.j,
Jr. Panhell., Sr. Panhell. CRush Chrm., Scholarship Chrm.J,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Guidon CPres., Capt.J, Mortar Board
CPledge Tr.J, Cincinnatus CVice Pres.J, WAA CLeg. Bd.,
Softball Mgr.J, Varsity Hockey, Basketball, Vollyball, Soft-
ball, Tennis, Badminton, YWCA CCabinetJ, AWS, Co-
Chrm, of Greek Games, REW, Union Silver Anniv. Comm.,
Phi Omega fPres.J, Kampus King CProgram Chrm.J, Ivy
Chain. READE, ROSALIND AUDREY-BA Foreign Af-
fairs. Cincinnati, O.-WAA, YWCA, Union Comm.
REICH, SUSAN DORIT-BA English, BS Education, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Hillel CSocial Action Chrm.J, Sigma Delta
Tau CRec. Sec.J, Jr. Advisor, News Record. RINEHART,
JAY KENT-BE Chemistry, Cincinnati, O.-Chemical Soc.
CStud. Aifiliates Pres.J.
ROGERS, CHESTER BENJAMIN-BA Foreign Affairs,
Cincinnati, O.-Social Sciences Club fVice Pres.J, Union
Rec. Comm. CAss't Game Room Chrm.J, Chess Club
CTreas., Adviserl, Ford Foundation Honors prog. ROSEN,
BARRY STEWART-BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma
Alpha Mu CChap., Rush Comm., Pub. Relations Comm.,
Chrm.J, Union Music Comm., Yavneh CVice Pres.J, So-
ciology Club CVice Pres., Prog. Chrm.J. ROSENBERG,
ALAN LEE-BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Sigma,
Metro, Ulex, Cincinnatus, Sophos. CPres.J, Student Council,
A8zS Trib., Freshman and Varsity Tennis, Sigma Alpha Mu
CPres., Social Comm., Campus Activities, Elections Comm.J,
Union Program Council CTreas., Pub. Coordinatorj, Union
Board fPres., House, Budget, Elections Comm.J, IFC,
Men's Advisory, Block C, Chrm., Greek Week Goddess
Comm., Caducea. ROSENSWEIG, MARJORIE GURAN-
BA French, Cincinnati, O.-Pi Delta Phi.
RUBIN, WALTER IRVING-BA Economics, Cincinnati,
O.-Sigma Alpha Mu. RYAN, AILEEN ELIZABETH-
BA English, Cincinnati, O. SANTORA, PHILIP J. JR.-
BS Zoology, Newark, N. J.-Theta Chi CPledge Class
Pres., Pledge Tr., Mem. at Large, First Vice Pres.J, Cin-
cinnatus, Sigma Sigma, YMCA Cabinet, REW Chrm., Cad-
euca, Greek Week fGoddess, Skit Chrm.D, IFC Smoker
Chrm., Alpha Gamma Delta Man, Kampus King Court,
Men's Advisory CA8zS Chrm.D, Fresh. Proj., Track, Fencing
Team CCapt.D. SCHANBACHER, KAY-BA History, Cin-
SCHMERR, CAROLYN ANN- BA Zoology, Cincinnati,
O.-Kappa Alpha Theta CDeputy Corr. Sec., 2nd Vice
Pres., Chap.J, Jr. Advisor, Chrm. Fresh. Proj., Bearkittens,
YWCA. SCHMIDT, LEEANNE B.-BS Medical Technolo-
gy, Ft. Thomas, Ky.-Zeta Tau Alpha. SCHULZE, NAN-
CY-BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O. SCHULZE, SUSAN J.
-BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O.-Westminster CSec.j.
SCHUMANN, JANE LOUISE-BA Psychology, Cincin-
nati, O.-Zeta Tau Alpha fRec. Sec.J, U.C. Telephone
Directory Editor, Jr. Advisor, Greek Week Comm., Bd. of
Publications, Psi Chi, Senior Class Advisory Bd. SEITER,
DOROTHY MARIE-BS Bacteriology, Cincinnati, O.-
Theta Phi Alpha. SELTZ, NANCY STRIKMAN-BA Clas-
sics, BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Seakers, Bureau, Kappa
Delta Pi. SHANKS, CARROLL RUDOLPH-BA Chemis-
try, Kenton, O.-Pi Kappa Alpha.
SHORR, HOWARD LOUIS-BA Psychology, Cincinnati,
O.-Pi Lambda Phi CVice Pres., Steward, Marshall, House
Mgr.J. SIPPEL, DONALD VERNON-BA Medieval His-
tory, Cincinnati, O.-Phi Alpha Theta. SMITH, ESTELLE
R.-BS Bacteriology, Cincinnati, O.-YWCA, Union Bowl-
ing League. SOMERSTEIN, MICHAEL L.-BA Zoology,
Trenton, N. J.-Pi Lambda Phi CPledge Tr.J, Caducea,
SONTAG, SUSAN ANN-BA Modern European History,
Cincinnati, O.-Theta Phi Alpha fPub., Hist., Rush Aidl,
Cincinnatian, News Record, Union Social Comm., Fresh.
Mixer Co-Chrm., Homecoming Float Comm., Mummers
fGreek Coordinatorj, WAA, Best Dressed Girl. SPRIT-
ZER, RONALD IRWIN-BA Biology, Cincinnati, O.-P1
Lambda Phi CPledge Tr.J. STANLEY, ROGER B.-BA
English, Fredonia, N. Y.-Alpha Sigma Phi CRush Chrrn.,
Assoc. Ed.J, News Record CAss't. Sports Ed.D, Union
Bowling League. STAUBITZ, DAVID HARRY-BA Span-
ish, Cincinnati, O.-International Club.
STENGER, MARY MARGARET-BA Spanish, Cincin-
nati, O. STERCHI, JOHN MICHAEL-BA Psychology,
Cincinnati, O.-Baptist Student Union CVice Pres.J, Scab-
bard and Blade, Caducea, YMCA. STOCKER, ROSS RUS-
SELL--BA English, Cincinnati, O. STONER, O. WAYNE
-BA Pre--Personnel 8: Industrial Relations, Cincinnati, O.
STRASSER, MICHAEL PAUL-BA Psychology Cincin-
mi, O.-Beta Theta Pi CPledge Tr., Co-rush chimp Psi
Chi, Union Dance Comm. STRAWBRIDGE, WILLIAM
JOSEPH-BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O.-Delta Tau Delta
fRec. Sec., Activities Chrm., Pub. Chrm., Co-rush Chrm.J
News Record CCopy and News Ed.3, Cincinnatian fCopy
Ed.J, Profile, Sophos, Pi Delta Epsilon, Canterbury Soci-
ology Club, Homecoming CTicket Comm.J, Men's Adyisory
Omicron Delta Kappa, YMCA. SUESS, JAMES HER:
BERT-BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O. SWENFURTH JOHN
RICHARD-BA Sociology, cincinnati, 0. '
TALLENTIRE, THOMAS L.-BA Political Science, Cin-
cinnati, O. TANSEY, JOHN TERRY-BA Political Science
Pittsburgh, Pa.-Delta Tau Delta CCorr. Sec., Social Chrmf
YMCA CVice Pres.J, Homecoming Comm. TAYLOR,
LILLIAN M.-BA Philosophy, Hamilton, O. TELLER:
JAMES TOBIAS-BS Geology, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Phi
Epsilon CRush Chrm., Activities Chrm.J, YMCA QPres.,
Treas.D, WUS, Metro, Men's Advisory, Jr. and Sr. Advisory,
Homecoming CDance Chrm.J, Jr. Prom Dance Chrm.,
Sigma Gamma Epsilon.
THORNELL, PATRICIA J OAN-BS Medical Technology,
Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Chi Omega, YWCA, Mummers,
Assoc. of Med. Technologists. TIDD, MICHAEL ALLEN
-BA Pre-Personnel and Industrial Relations-Sigma Alpha
Mu. TOWER III, FRED EVERETTE-BA Political Science,
Cincinnati, O.-TUERTSCHER, JO ANN-BS Mathemat-
ics, Cincinnati, O.-Zeta Tau Alpha CTreas.J, Kappa
Delta Pi, WAA fHockey and Golf Mgr.J.
VAUGHAN, CHARLES DUFFEY-BA Economics, Hills-
boro, O.-Theta Chi CRush Chrm.J, Canterbury, YMCA,
Greek Week Comm., Jr. Prom Comm., News Record.
VAWTER, MARVIN L.-BA English and Theatre Arts,
Cincinnati, O.-Mummers, Lambda Chi Alpha. WAGNER,
DAVID CHARLES-BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O.-Caducea,
Union Social Comm. WALTERS, GORDON BUTLER
JR.-BA French, Norwood, O.-Phi Delta Theta fWarden,
Hist.J, Menis Advisory, Co-Art Ed. Co-op Engineer.
WARDEN, MARY L.-BA English, BS Education, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Alpha Lambda Delta. WEBB, VIRGINIA
LEE-BS, BA History, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Chi Omega
fPledge Class Rec. Sec.J, Modern Dance Club, YWCA.
WEISS, ANDREW E.-BA Zoology, Wyoming, O.-News
Record, Caducea, Canterbury, Lambda Chi Alpha CSec.
Chap., House Mgr., Steward, Corr. Sec., Intramural Mgr.J.
WEISS, HERBERT BEN- BA Political Science, Cincin-
nati, O.-Sigma Alpha Mu CVice Pres., Pledge Tr., Intra-
WIGGINS, VERNON R.-BA Political Science, Norwood,
O.-Young Dem. Exec. Bd. WILEY, RONALD EDWARD
-BA Pre-Personnel and Industrial Relations, Milford, .O.
WILLIAMS, THOMAS WESLEY JR.-BA English, Cm-
cinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Trib. WILLIAMS, SHA-
ROIEIDITAYE-BA, BS History, Ashland, Ky.-Alpha Gam-
ma e ta.
WOLF, EDWARD ALLEN-BA Psychology, Deer Park,
O.-Football, Baseball fCapt.J, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
ma Sigma. WOLK, IAN LEONARD-BA English, Pitts-
burg,Pa.-Phi Eta Sigma, Hillel, Hebrew Union College,
CChoirJ. YALES, CARY DAVID-BA English, Jackson-
ville, Fla.1Sigma Alpha Mu, Hillel. YORK, ROBERT
W.-BS Physics, Cincinnati, O.-Am. Institute of Physics.
YOUKILIS, SANDRA ELLEN-BS Medical Technology,
Cincinnati, O.-Kampus King Comm., Sigma Delta Tau
fPres.J, Panhell. ZIMA, JOSEPH PAUL-BA Economics,
Lorain, O.-Mummers, Varsity Football. ZIMMERMAN,
RUTH-BA Zoology, Cincinnati, O. ZOLLER, NORMAN
E--BA Political Science, Cincinnati, O.-Pershing Rliiles,
AROTC Rifle Team, Telephone Directory.
Student teacher, Janet Kirnery, helps students at Woodward High
School form typing skills in her business machines course.
V- Govd Robert Price, Assistant Dean
IE OF EDUCATION AND HOME ECO 0lVlICl
1 of Education has steadily progressed from
ginnings in l905. Students in the college
:fit especially from a dual program of an
and practical nature. A sound general edu-
supplemented by student observation and
Jn in the public schools of greater Cincin-
Jrdinary classroom situations prospective
ace problems that they must solve in the
av to teach a song, how to handle the unruly
1 to motivate a class. Indicative of TCS
recent progress is the provision for such specialized
programs as teaching the slow learning child and
Speech and Hearing Therapy. The School of Home
Economics also emphasizes laboratory practice along
with basic academic preparation. In keeping with this
goal, the college strives to maintain close relations
with business and industry. To gain practical experi-
ence the students Work in local retail stores, plan and
prepare meals, design and tailor clothes, and even
operate a nursery school.
Regina Leimenstoll demonstrates proper rise of the
blender to seniors in the Home Economzcs School.
Emma B. Whiteford, DireCf0f',
School of Home Economzcs
An integral part of the home economics studenfs freshman year
is learning to design decorations and patterns for home use.
EDUCATION AND HOME
cation, Cincinnati, O. Arete CSec.D.
ABBOTT, SONDRA SUE-BS Physical and Health Edu-
ADLER, MARJORIE LOUISE-BS Educ ' ' '
nati, O.-WAA, Varsity Basketball, Bowliligonangugbllf
fMgr.J, Arete CScholarship Chrm., Pres.J Alpha Delta pi
mcuvities Chrm., Parlia.J. ALBANEsE,'ANNE-LOUISE
-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Theta Phi Alpha WAA
CActiv1ty Chrm.J, Homecoming Comm., Jr. Prom, Court
BARTEL, CAROL FIALCO-BS Education Cincinnati'
O.-HEC Club. BENJAMIN, HELEN DEBRA BS Ed 3
cation, Cincinnati, O.-K-P Club, Union Hosp. Cbmm. U
BETTINGER, RONALD GENE-BS Education Cincin-
nati, O.-Scabbard and Blade CTreas.J. BLACKBURN
.TUDITH ANN-BA English, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Alpha
Theta CSocial Chrm., Rush Aidej, S-E Club CRec, Sec,
Vice Pres.J, YWCA, Greek Week fPub. Comm.D, Speakers?
Bureau. BLASICK, FRANCIS THOMAS-BS Business
Education, Shamokin, Penn.-Football. BOWMAN PA-
TRICIA KAY-BS Business Education, Cincinnati,, O.-
Trianon CCorr. Sec., Treas., Vice Pres.D, Business Ed Club.
BROCK, JUDY MARGARET-BS Education, Cincinnati
O.-Delta Delta Delta CRush Chrm., Pres.J, Cincinnatusf
BUCHANAN, SUSAN M.-BS Education, Indianapolis,
Ind.-Alpha Chi Omega CWarden, Float Chrm.J, Union
Variety Comm. BUNTE, CONNIE M.-BS Education,
Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Delta Pi, Wesley, K-P Club. BUSCH,
BONNIE JANE-BS Home Economics, Miamiville, O.-
BUSH, MURIEL A.-BS Home Economics, Cincinnati, O.
-Alpha Delta Pi, Fresh. Proj., YWCA, HEC Club, WAA.
BYERS, KENNETH VERNON-BS Education, Cincinnati,
O.-Sigma Chi, Ulex, Varsity Football. BYRD, ELIZA-
BETH GAIL-BS Education, Cincinnati, O. CASS,
GEORGEANN WILDA-BS Home Economics Education,
Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Delta Tau CCorr. Sec., Vice Pres.J,
Glee Club CAss't. Public Ngr., Vice Pres.J, University
Singers, Hillel CHouse Chrmj, Kappa Delta Pi.
CASSINI, DEANNE RAY-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.
-Theta Phi Alpha CCorr. Sec., Scholarship Chrm.J, Pen-
guin, Kappa Delta Pi, Sailing Club CRear Comm.J, REW
Comm., Union Dance Comm., Rec. Comm., Homecoming
Comm. BLADOWSKI, PAULA CASTELLUCCI-BS Phys-
ical Education, Staten Island, N. Y.-Arete, Mem. Dorm
Social Chrm., WAA, Student Directory. CHESHIRE,
JEANNE LOUISE-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Zeta
Tau Alpha. CHIODI, ANDY-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.
CLEMONS, GLORIA-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.
CLORE, EVELYN JEAN-BS Education, Southern Hills,
Ky.-Zeta Tau Alpha CPledge Pres., Rush Chrm.J, Jr.
Panhell. CProgram Comm.J, HEC Club. COHEN, DOLO-
RES M.-BS Education, Child Development, Cincinnati,
O.-Child Devel. Club, K-P Club. CONATSER, KEN-
NETH DILLARD-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Football,
CURRENS, WENDY I.-BS Education, Child Develop-
ment, Cincinnati, O.-Chi Omega, Child Dev. Club fSec.-
Treas.J. DANFORTH, SUSAN POSEY-BS Physical Edu-
cation, Cincinnati, O.-Ir. Advisor, Kappa Alpha Theta
CActivities Chrm., Alumnae Relation Comm. Chrm., YICC
Pres., Pledge Tr.J, Arete, Homecoming Comm., Penguins,
Modern Dance Club CTreas.J, Bearkittens, Cheerleader,
Angel Flight. DEITERS, NANCY RUTH-BS Health
Education, Cincinnati, O. DETMERING, MARCIA SUE-
BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-YWCA, K-P' Club, Home-
coming Comm., Union Summer Bd., Ivy Chain, I r. Advisor,
Kappa Alpha Theta CI-list., Rec. Sec.J, Greek Week CFeast
Co-Chrm., Gen. Co-Chrm.J.
DIERKING, FREDRICK HENRY-Bs Physw-H1 EGHCHUOHQ
Valley Stream, N. Y.-Varsity Basketball, Phi Epsilon
Kappa. DIXON, ANN LOUISE-BS Education, CIHCIU'
nati O.-K- Club Zeta Tau Al ha CHOUSG MST-I
, P , ,P , , .
DRAKE JULIA ANN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-
YWCA,,K-P Club, Kampus King Comm. IDIROHAN,
JODY-BS Physical and Health Education, Cincinnati, O.
-Delta Delta Delta, Bearkitten, Arete, Jr. AdV1S0f-
ELLIOTT, PATRICIA ANN-BS Education, Madeira, O.
-Delta Delta Delta CHouse Pres., Honor Pledge, Panhell.J,
Social Bd. CPres.J, Bearkittens, House Pres. Council, Cin-
cinnatus, Greek Week CDance Chrm.D, Panhell., Ivy Chain,
Kappa Delta Pi, Jr. Class Advisory Bd., Sr. Class Advisory
Bd. ENGELHART, RUTH E.-BS Education, Kettering,
O.-Alpha Delta Pi CPledge Pres., Ass't. Treas., House
Pres., Rec. Sec.J, Jr. Panhell., S-E Club, WAA, YWCA,
Greek Week Ticket Chrm., House Pres. Council. FAR-
RELL, THOMAS HARRY-BS Physical Education, Bethel,
O.-Football, Baseball, Phi Epsilon Kappa CSec.J. FAUL,
BILL-BS Physical Education, Pleasant Plain, O.-Baseball
CCapt.J, Phi Epsilon Kappa.
FELLER, HARRIET ANN-BS Dietetics, Nutrition, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Kappa Delta CCorr. Sec., Panhell., Ass't. House
Mgr.J, Jr. Panhel., WAA, Intramurals, HEC Club, Jr. Ad-
visor CProg. Comm.J, Young Dems. FLEMMING, PAUL
JOSEPH-BS Physical Education, Cincinnati, O.-Wres-
tling, Baseball, Phi Delta Theta, Education Trib., Student
Council, Ulex, Men's Advisory, Phi Epsilon Kappa.
FLINCHPAUGH, OTIS B. JR.-BS Education, Cincin-
nati, O. FOSTER, VIRGINIA ANN-BS Home Economics
Education, Cincinnati, O.-Bearkittens, Home Ec. Trib.
CVice Pres., Sec.J, Jr. Advisor, Student Council, AWS,
Panhell. CVice Pres.j, Bd. Of Pub. CSec.D, Ivy Chain,
Kappa Delta Pi, Cincinnatian, Alpha Delta Pi CPres.J,
HEC Club. '
GERSTNER, JANICE M.-BS Business Education, Cincin-
nati, O.-Delta Zeta, Newman Club, Co-Op Club, Cincin-
natian, Jr. Prom Comm., Bus. Ed. Club. GREEN, MAR-
GARET ANN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Chi Omega,
Jr. Advisor, WAA, Chrm. Fresh. Proj. GREEN, NANCY
JOAN-BS Education, Norwood, O.-S-E Club fHosp.
Chrm., Orientation Chrm.D. GRIFFIN, HARRELL EU-
GENE-BS Education, Lockland, O.
GROOSE, MARIAN CAROL-BS Education, Cincinnati,
O.-Chi Omega, WAA, K-P Club. GUDGEON, CAROLE
ELIZABETH-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, Sr. Class Council, Speakers' Bureau, WAA
CRec. Sec.J, Greek Week Co-Chrm. GWINNUTT, LEE
ANN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Union fSocial Co-
ordinator, Bd., Vice Pres., Program Council Chrm.J,
YWCA CAll-Mem. Comm.J, Jr. Advisor, News Record,
S-E Club, Homecoming Comm. I-IARDING, EDNA JAC-
QUELINE-BS Physical and Health Education, Cincinnati,
HECKER, JOYCE ANN- BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-
Alpha Gamma Delta CChap.J, Kappa Delta Pi, Jr. Advisor,
Greek Week Comm. HEIL, MARILYN A.-BS Education,
Cincinnati, O.-Bearkittens, Cheerleader, Jr. Advisor, Cin-
cinnatus CSec.J, Kappa Kappa Gamma CRush Chrm.J,
Homecoming Queen Court, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl.
HENNJES, BETTY CAROL-BS Education, Cincinnati,
O.-Kappa Alpha Theta CAss't. Pledge Tr., Corr. Sec.J,
Bearkittens, UC Telephone Directory, K-P Club, TC Trib.,
Jr. Advisor, Ivy Chain. HEPP, PENELOPE-BS Educa-
tion, Norwood, O.-Kappa Alpha Theta CActivities Chrm.J,
AWS, WAA, Dorm Council CActivities Chrm.J.
HERBERT, PAUL DAVID- BS Education, Rossmoyne,
O. HERBERT, ROSEMARY ANN-BS Education, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Alpha Delta Pi, K-P Club, Newnan Club.
HESS, BARRY KENT-BS Education, St. Clairsville, O.-
Football, Mummers. HITE, NANCY SUE-BS Education,
Cincinnati, O.-K-P Club.
HOCK, JUDITH MARIE-BS Home Economics, New A1-
bany, Ind.-HEC Club, AWS Rep. HOFFELD, CAROL
LUISE-BS Education, Birmingham, Mich.-Guldon,
Cheerleader CSec.J, Jr. Advisor CSec.-Treasj, K-P Club,
Penguins, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Kappa Gamma CCorr.
Sec.J, TC Trib., Ivy Chain. HOSEY, ANN JULIAN-
BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-K-P Club. HUBER,
JAMES CARL-BS Health Education, Cincinnati, O.-
TC Trib. CExec. Comm., Treas., Pub. Chrm.J, S-E Club
CVice Pres.J, Phi Epsilon Kappa CHist., Treas.J.
HUTCHINSON, MARGARET ANN-BS Physical Educa-
tion, Middletown, O.-WAA, Arete CSocial Chrm.J, Dance
Club, Dorm Cabinet fStandards Chrm., Judiciary Chrm.J.
INMAN, JAMES-BS Business Education, Cincinnati, O.-
Business Club CPres.D. ITIN, JULIE ANN-BS Education,
Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Alpha Theta CAss't. House Pres.,
Social Chrm.J, Greek Week Comm., Homecoming Comm.,
Fresh. Mixer Comm., YWCA. JOHNSON, NANCY JOAN
-BS Education, Los Angeles, Cal.-Lutheran Foundation
CPres.J, YWCA QCabinetJ, Delta Phi Alpha, S-E Club.
KEHAN, DORIS-BS Education, Cincinnati -
Delta Pi, Child Dev. Club tTreas.D, Cincinnzgianlalllilillial
Club. KIMERY, JANET-BS Business Education, Cincin-
nati, O.-Penguins, Glee Club fBus. Mgr., Pres. Soloistj
University Singers, OBTA, Business Ed. Club CSec.J Mum:
mars. KIRBY, ANN PATRICIA-BS Food and Nfxtrition
Terrace Park, O.-Alpha Lambda Delta, HEC Club qvicg
Pres., Pres., Hist.D, Omicron Nu CPres.D. KNOX AR-
NOLD-Bs Education, cincinnati, o. '
KRUSE, JUDITH ELAINE-BS Education, Cincinnati O.
-Zeta Tau Alpha, YWCA, K-P Club. KRUSE, SHIRLEY
ANN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Chi Omega CPledge
Tr., Vice Pres.. of Pledge Classl, Student Council fRec.
Sec.Q, TC Trib. QCorr. Sec.J, YWCA CSoph. Council,
Cabmetj, Jr. Advisor, WAA CSocial Chrm.J. LAFOR-
TUNE, LURA KATHARYN-BS Education, Cincinnati O.
-K-P Club. LASONCZYK, MARY GAEFE-BS Educa-
tion, Cincinnati, O.-Glee Club, K-P Club, YWCA,
LEATH, ELENETTE ROSE-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.
-Trianon CPres., Treas., Hist.J, K-P Club tTreas.J. LEI-
MENSTOLL, REGINA M.-BS Home Economics Edu-
cation, Cincinnati, O.-Home Ec. Trib. CPub. Rel., Pres.J,
HEC Club CTreas., Conf. Chrm.J, Kappa Delta Pi CVice
Pres., Pres.D, AWS CLegislative Chrm.J, Kampus King
Dance Comm., Voting Comm., Ticket Chrm., Homecoming
Queen Comm., Co-Chrm., Cincinnatus, Food Service Comm.
CSec.J, Jr. Advisor, Ivy Chain, YWCA CSoph. Conf.J.
LEWIS, SANDRA JEAN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-
Canterbury, K-P Club. LOEBKER, RONALD HENRY-
BS Education, Madeira, O.-TC Trib., Phi Epsilon Kappa.
LUND, BEVERLY ANN-BS Business Education, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Alpha Gamma Delta CTreas., Rush Chrm.,
Song Leaderj, Cincinnatian CTyping Ed.J, Business Ed.
Club, Greek Week Dance Comm., Co-Rec. Volleyball.
MADDUX, KATHLEEN MARY-BS, BE Home Econ-
nomics, Cincinnati, O.-Theta Phi Alpha CChap., Cultural
Chrm.j, Union Comm., WAA, HEC Club, Penguins, Mum-
mers, Newman Club, Homecoming Comm., Home Ec. Trib.,
UCCEP Bd. MARSH, EUGENIA MARILYNN-BS Edu-
cation, Covington, Ky.-S-E Club, YWCA. MCCOY, SAL-
LY-BS Food and Nutrition, Burgettstown, Pa.-Student
Council, Home Ec. Trib., Mem. Res. Hall Cabinet CPres.D,
Jud., Mortar Board CPres.J, Omicron Nu, AWS, Res. Hall
MCFARLIN, DOROTHY MARGARET-BS Education,
Cincinnati, O.-Chi Omega CHouse Pres.J, YWCA, House
Pres. Council Uud. Chrm.J. MCGOWAN, MARGO
MARIE-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Kappa
Gamma CFloat and Rush Chrms.J, Bearkittens, Jr. Advisor,
Ir. Panhell. CPres.J, Spirit Banquet Co-Chrm. MCGUIN-
NESS, JOAN MARGARET-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.
-Kappa Delta CEd. Chrm., Ways and .Means Comm.J,
K-P Club CPres., Vice Pres., Sec.J. MECKSTROTH,
BETTE JOAN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Fresh. Proj.
Ticket Comm., Soph. Proj., YWCA, S-E Club CCorr. Sec.D,
Homecoming Queen Comm., Kappa Alpha Theta CHist.,
House Pres.J, House Pres. Council.
MEHMERT, MARSHA KAY-BS Education, Huntington,
W. Va.-Alpha Chi Omega fHouse Pres., Social Chrmj,
Angel Flight, Kampus King Comm., Homecoming Comm.,
Mem. Dorm Fresh. Rep. MEISTER, JANET HELEN-
BS Education, Cincinnati,,O.-Alpha Delta Pi, S-E Club,
YWCA. MEYERS, MARILYN-BS Business Education,
Cincinnati, O.-Glee Club, YWCA, S-E Club, Alpha Delta
Pi CSongleader, Pledge Chapj, WAA. MILLER, ROBERT
D.-BS Education, Vermillion, O.
MILLER, SANDRA RUTH-BS Physical Education, Bay
Village, O.- Dance Club CVice Pres.J, Arete CPres.J, Chl
Omega. MINSON, ESTHER HELEN-BS Education, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Tau 12nd
Vice Pres., Scholarship Chrm., Cultural Chrm.J, News
Record COffice Mgr.J, Kampus King Comm. Chrm., Greek
Week Comm., Ivy Chain. MOELLER, DOROTHY ALMA
-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Band CHead Marjorette,
Feature Twirler, Council, Recruitment Chrm.J, Bearkitten,
Band Camp Comm., Dance Club, K-P Club, Chi Omega
CArt Chrm.J, Fresh. Proj. MOONEY, 'LOIS ANITA-BS
Education, Deer Park, O.-Christian Science Org.
MOORE, JANET ALBERTA-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.
-Delta Sigma Theta CRec. Sec.D, S-E Club, YWCA. MOR-
GAN, RUTH STAHLMANN-BS Physical and Health
Education, Cincinnati, O.-Arete CFresh. Rep. and Jr. Rep.,
Vice Pres., Treas.J, WAA CArchery Chrm., Hockey and
Basketball Varsityj. MUNZ, ROBERT EDWARD-BS
Education, Deer Park, O.-Varsity Football, Phi Epsilon
Kappa. MUSTER, CAROLINE LOUISE-BS Education,
Cincinnati, O.-Sr. Class Vice Pres., Jr. Class Vice Pres.,
Mortar Bo-ard CTreas.J, Kappa Delta Pi, Mummers C590-J,
Greek Week Co-Chrm., Glee Club, Kappa KHPP9- Gamma
CSong Leader, Social Chrm.j, Jr. Advisor, Chrm. of Fresh.
Proj., Homecoming Queen, Cincinnatus.
EDUCATION AND HOME
NEFF, CHARLES ANDERSON-BS Education, Duquesne,
Pa.-Beta Theta Pi CPledge Class Pres.D, Football, Student
Council, YMCA, Bus. Ed. Club, S-E Club. NEWCOMER,
VIRGINIA SUE-BA Special Education, Cincinnati, O.-
Baptist Stud. Fellowship, K-P Club, YWCA, Cincy Chris,
Fell. CTreas.D, Glee Club, University Singers. OBLAK,
FRED JOHN-BS Business Education, Cleveland, O.-
Varsity Football, Business Ed. Club. ORCUTT, NANCY
MORTON-BS Home Economics, Vandalia, O.--HEC
Club, Home Ec. Trib. CTreas.D, Mem. Res. Hall Jud.
Council, Jr. Advisor, Ivy Chain.
POTTISHALL, VIOLA F.-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.
PHELPS, IRENE-BS Education, Cincinnati, O. POL-
LACK, LEE C.-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Panhell.
Rush Chrm., Sigma Delta Tau CVice Pres., Rec. Sec.,
Standards Chrm., Chap.J, Hillel, Homecoming Comm.,
Kampus King Comm., YWCA. POLSTER, GAIL LOUISE
-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-YWCA fSoph. Councilb,
News Record, WAA CCo-Rec. Volleyball Mgr., Volleyball
Mgr., 2nd Season Sports Headj, AWS, Young Republicans,
Chi Omega CPub. Chrm., Ass't. Sec., Float Chrm., Treas.J.
POWELL, JACKIE ALEXANDER-BS Education, Cincin-
nati, O. PRATHER, MARYSUE-BS Education, Cincin-
nati, O.-Chi Omega, Cincinnatus, Jr. Advisor. RANKIN,
NANCY JEAN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O. REED,
JANE E.-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Delta Pi,
YWCA fSoph. Councill, WAA.
REINHARD, ALBERT F .-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-
Magic Club CCO-Founder, Pres.D. REIS, MARY LOU-
BS Education, So. Ft. Mitchell, Ky.-Chi Omega CPerson-
nel Chrm., Pres.j, YWCA CSoph. Council, Cabinet, Sec.J,
SRC CSec., Vice Pres., Orient. Booklet Ed.j, REW CSec.J.
RICHTER, ROBERT CHARLES-BE Education, Cincin-
nati, O. RINSKY, ELAYNE BEATRICE-BA Education,
Cincinnati, O.-K-P Club.
RITCHIE, DAVID FREDERICK II-BA Business Educa-
tion, Cincinnati, O.-Fresh. Basketball, 'Fresh. Football,
Varsity Football. ROBIN, ETTA ADELE-BA Education,
Cincinnati, O. ROBINSON, MARY ANN CLARA-BS
Education, Hamilton, O. ROCKWOOD, STACY E.- BS
Education, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Delta Pi, TC Trib., Theta
ROE, BARBARA L.-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa
Kappa Gamma CVice Pres.,'House Pres.D, House Pres.
Council CPres.J, WAA, Penguins, Jr. Advisor, Block C
Club. ROOTS, CAROLE ANN-BS Education, Cincinnati,
O.-Kappa Kappa Gamma, K-P Club, Bearkittens, Home-
coming Comm. RUSSELL, ANNA MAJA-BS Education,
Cincinnati, O.-Penguins, Sailing Club, K-P Club, Student
Council CFresh. Rep.J, WAA, YWCA. RUTENSCHROER,
GLORIA RAE-BS Home Economics Education, Cincin-
nati, O.-Band, YWCA CCab.D, Wesley CPub. Rel. Chrm.J,
Alpha Delta Pi fGifts Chrm., Chap., Vice Pres.j, Ivy Chain,
K-P Club, Jr. Prom Comm.
SANDS, SANDRA LEE-BS Education, Southgate, Ky.-
Alpha Chi Omega CStand. Bd., Ass't. Treas., Ass't. Rush
Chrm.J, Homecoming Queen Comm., Union Dance Comm.,
YWCA, Jr. Advisor. SANTANGELO, GLORIA M.-BS
Education, Cincinnati, O.-Theta Phi Alpha CHouse Pres.,
Rush Chrm., Social Chrm.J, Homecoming Comm., Kampus
King Comm., Greek Week Comm., House Pres. Council,
Jr. Advisor. SAUER, MARY LOU-BS Education, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cin-
cinnatian, Profile, K-P Club, Sailing Club,
SCHEAR, MARILYN MINETTE-BS Education, Cincin-
nati, O.-K-P Club.
SCHEHRF, MOLLY JO-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-
Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. SCHMIDTER,
CAROL BRINKER-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.- Cin-
cinnatian, Greek Week Comm., Theta Phi Alpha CPub.
Chrm., Hist.J. SCHOMBURG, MARSHA LEE-BS Ed-
ucation, Cincinnati, O.-Delta Zeta CPledge Sec., Social
Chrm., Panhell. Rep., P1'es.J, Tau Beta Sigma, Band, Bus.
Ed Club, Kappa Delta Pi CTreas.D, Jr. Advisor, Kampus
King Comm. SCHRIEVER, MARTHA REY-BS Physical
Education, Cincinnati, O.-WAA, Dance Club CPub. Chrm.,
Costume Chrm.J, Penguins CCostume Chrm., Pres.D, Varsity
Hockey Team, Volleyball, Softball, Kappa Delta CAs.s't.
Rush Chrm.J, Kappa Delta Pi, Jr. Advisors, Kampus King
SCOTT, DAVID L.-BS Education, Covington Ky,-CO-
Weds. Club. SENSEL, FLORENCE ANNE-BS Food and
Nutrition, Cincinnati, O.-Zeta Tau Alpha, HEC Club
Food and Nutrition Club, Jr. Advisor. SHINKLE, J ULIEQ
BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Kappa Gamma
CP1edge Tr., Rec. Sec.J, AWS CRec. Sec., Stand. Chrm.J
Mortar Bd. CVice Pres.l, Jr. Panhell. Advisor, Bearkittens,
Homecoming Queen Ct., ROTC Hon. Cadet Colonel Gui-
don, Jr. Advisor, TC Trib., Kappa Delta Pi, Cinciifnatug
Speakers' Bureau, Kampus King Presentation Chrm. Ivy
Chain. SHUFF, CHARLES ALLEN-BS Education, Mt.
Vernon, o.-sigma chi, Football. '
SIBERT, SHIRLEY-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-West-
minster, S-E Club. SIGNER, BARBARA LEE-BS Home
Economics Education, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Delta Tau
CCorr. Sec., Parl.J, Hillel CCorr. Sec.J, HEC. SIMKO,
RUDOLPH JOHN-BS Physical Education, Duquesne, Pa.
-Football. SIX, DAVID CAMERON-BS Physical Edu-
cation, Milton, Pa.-Football.
SPEER, BARBARA LEE-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-
K-P Club. STACEY, JAMES GILBERT-BS Physical
Education, Reading, O.-Phi Epsilon Kappa CSec., Vice
Pres.J. STONE, JO LYNNE-BS Business Education, Cin-
cinnati, O. STRICKLAND, CAROL MARIAN-BS Edu-
cation, Cincinnati, O.-Chi Omega, K-P Club.
STRIFLER, BONNIE JOY-BS Business Education, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Bus. Ed. Club. THORMAN, WILLIAM-BS
Education, Cincinnati, O. TRAUT, CAROL LOUISE-
BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Alpha Theta CJr.
Panhell. Rep. Panhell. Rep., Rush Capt., Pledge Tr., Pres.J,
TC Trib. CVice Pres., Pres.J, Soph. Class Sec., YWCA
CWorship Chrm., Chrm. of Noon Group, Chrm. of Mar-
riage Seminarsj, Fresh. Camp Chrm., Jr. Advisor, Guidon
fSelection Chrm.j, Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar Board,
Leadership Conf. Chrm., Social Bd., Panhell. Bd. Chrm.,
Hermes Co-Ed., Sr. Class Exec. Comm., WAA CPub. Chrm.,
Badminton Mgr.D, Union Comm., Homecoming Exec.
Comm. CSec., Dance Comm.J, REW CCo-Chrm.J, Kampus
King CChrm. of Invitations Comm.J, News Record, S-E
Club CSec., Treas.J, Jr. Prom Queen Ct., AWS. TUERCK,
BARBARA ANN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.--Kappa
Kappa Gamma fMarshallJ, AWS Rep., Jr. Advisor.
TURNER, ANN LOUISE-BS Education, Reading, O.
ULFERS, GLENDA MARIE-BS Education, Cincinnati,
O. UTTER, VIRGINIA E.-BS Home Economics Educa-
tion, Cincinnati, O.-HEC Club, YWCA CMem. Comm.J,
Alpha Delta Pi CAss't. Social Chrm., Ass't. Rush Chrm.,
Corr. Sec., Stewardl, Panhell. Sing Chrm. VENNEMEY-
ER, JEANNE ANN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-K-P
Club, Theta Phi Alpha, Sailing Club.
VON HOENE, RICHARD A.-BS Education, Cincinnati,
O.-Mummers Guild CVice Pres., Pres.J, Magic Club
CTreas.J, S-E Club, Menis Advisory. VON NATTING-
HAM, NANCY RUTH-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-
K-P Club, WAA. WAGNER, THOMAS EDWARD-BA
Education, Cincinnati, O.-Sigma Alpha Epsilon CAss,t.
Social Chrm.l, Phi Epsilon Kappa. WARE, BRUCE CARL-
TON-BS Physical Education, Cincinnati, O.-Fresh. Track,
Varsity Wrestling, Alpha Phi Omega CSec.-Treas.J, Phi
Epsilon Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, TC Trib.
WARTHEN, B-RENDA KAY-BS Education, Cincinnati,
O.-YWCA CCab., Pub. Affairs Chrm., Lenten Booklet
Chrm., Fresh. Camp Comm. Chrm. and Counselorj, Alpha
Delta Pi CReporter Hist., Pledge Tr.D, Jr. Advisor, Ivy
Chain, K-P Club CSec., Profile Chrm.l, Wesley, Greek Week
Comm., Jr. Prom Comm., Kampus King Comm. Chrm.,
Homecoming Queen Comm., Jr. Class Exec. Council, Sr.
Class Exec. Council, News Record CAd Layout Mgnl.
WEISE, JOANN ELIZABETH-BS Education, Cincinnati,
O.-Trianon fSec., Vice Pres., Pres.J, K-P Club CSpec1al
Events Chrm., Sec., Treas.J. WERNER, MARILYN L.-
BS Home Economics, Versailles, Ind.-HEC Club CTISQS-I
WILLIAMS, MARY MARGARET-BS Education, Spring-
WILSON, PATRICIA ANN-BS Education, Cincinnati, O,
-S-E Club, Jr. Advisor, Union Silver Anniversary Comm.,
TC Trib., Delta Zeta fPres., Pledge TLD, Ivy Cham, Pan-
hell. CSec., Treas., Pres.J, Kampus K1Hg.C0mm. WORK,
SUSAN EVANS-BS Education, Memphis, Tenn.-Mum-
mers, Soph. Proj. WYATT, SHIRLEY BILLINGS-BS
Education, Cincinnati, O.-Delta Sigma Theta CPres.J,
YWCA CCouncill, News Record. ZIMMERMAN, EMMA
CLAIRE-BS Education, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Delta P1,
K-P Club. ,
Seniors Glenys Abbott, Myrna Moore, and Sue Moodler
consult Dean Rosnagle on opportunities after graduation.
COLLEGE 0E NURSING AND HEALTH
Since the establishment of the College of Nursing and
Health in 1889 as the Cincinnati Training School for
Nurses, there has been steady improvement in keeping
pace with medical and scientihc progress. Its facilities,
available through the University and through Cincin-
nati's General Hospital, are among the finest in the
nation. Clinical experience constitutes the greatest
part of a nurse's program, whether seeking a four-year
diploma or Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. Although
housed in Logan Hall nearly a mile from campus
proper, the students participate in all University func-
tions and activities. The college is now distinguished
as one of the few nursing schools in the country operat-
ing as an autonomous college within a university. This
arrangement not only makes the nurse a real part of
campus life, but also provides her with an integrated
program of general and professional education, includ-
ing experience with the Cincinnati Health Department.
Mable Darrington, Assistant Dean
Clara Gilchrist, Head,
Dept. of Graduate Nursing
Dean Laura Rosnagle
The importance of a well-balanced meal is pointed
out to Emily Schmidt by Mrs. Rena Gazaway, Head,
Public Health Nursing, and student nurse, Jan Stickney.
Louise Dingwerth, Nursing Fundamentals Head, trains
student nurses in the examination of hospital patients.
Mrs. Ruth Woods, Head, Maternal and Child Health Dept,
looks on as student nurse Jerri Baker instructs a yo
mother in the feeding of her baby.
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Watches Diane Ingle draw medicine into a syringe.
Pat Wahl, Psychiatric Head, and a student interview patients
NURSING AND HEALTH
ABBOTT, GLENYS JEAN-BS Nursing, Akron, O.-Kap-
pa Delta CPledge Pres., Hist., Asst. Pledge Tr., Vice-Pres.,
Pledge Tr., Song-leaderj, AWS CCorr. Sec., Treas., Pres.J,
Jr. Panhell, YWCA, LHA fTreas., Jud. Chrm.J, Cincinna-
tus, Jr. Advisors CChrm. of J. A. Breakfastj, Jr, Class Sec.,
Greek Week Seminars Comm. CChrm.J, Young Americans
for Freedom CFounder and Co-Chrm.J. BACON, KATHE-
RINE ANNE-BS Nursing, Short Hills, N. J.
BECKER, GERRY LOUISE-BS Nursing, Steubenville, O.
-SNO CVice Pres., Pres.J, SNO fProgram Chrm.J, LHA
fVice Pres.J, AWS, Jr. Advisor, N8zH Class Pres., N8zH
Trib. BEVER, JULIA ANNE-BS Nursing, Newbury-
port, Mass.-Band CAss't. Lib., Lib., Band Council, Band
Camp Comm. Vice Chrm.J, Tau Beta Sigma, Baptist Stud.
Fell. CSec.-Treas.J, Cincy Christian Fell., REW CPub.
Comm.J, UCSNO, N8zH Trib., Ivy Chain, Alpha Alpha Pi
CPres.J, LHA CNom. and Elec. Comm., Soc. Comm., House
Comm.J. BLACK, MARY CAROLYN-BS Nursing, Iron
Mountain, Mich.-Band fMgr., Admin., Comm. Chrm.,
Band Councilj, Tau Beta Sigma fSec.J, SNO. CLEMONS,
BARBARA A.-BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O.
COOK, PHYLLIS ANN-BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O.--Al-
pha Chi Omega CSec.J, Alpha Alpha Pi CSec.J, Honorary
Captain Pershing Rifles, Bearkittens, NSLH Trib. DAVIS,
SANDRA SUE-BS Nursing, Hamilton, O.-N8LH Trib.
CVice Pres., Orient. Comm.j, LHA CVice Pres., Sec.J, Ir.
Advisor, Cincinnatus, AWS, Ir. Prom Exec. Comm. Clnvi-
tations Chrm.J, YWCA, SNO. ELLISON, MARILYN
ANNETTE-BS Nursing, Cincinnati, 0. ENGEL, JUDITH
ELIZABETH-BS Nursing, Mt. Vernon, O,-N8tI-I Trib.
fSec., Orient. Chrm.J, Zeta Tau Alpha, LHA CSenateJ,
Homecoming Float Comm., Ivy Chain, Jr. Class Pres.
FEDERBUSH, BARBARA JOYCE-BS Nursing, Cincin-
nati, O.-Glee Club, Ir. Class Vice Pres., Honor Bd., Jr.
Advisor, Jud. Comm. CRec. Secj, SNO, AWS. FOGLE-
SONG, MARILYN ANN-BS Nursing, Mason, W. Va.-
Wesley CSun. Eve. Chrm., Prog. Area Chrm.J, Angel Flight
fAdmin. Ollicerj, N8zH Trib. Chrm. of Comm. on Religion,
Alpha Alpha Pi CTreas.l, Jr. Advisor, Alpha Lambda Delta.
GANDEE, NANCY O'HAIR-BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O.
-SNO, Wesley, LHA. GEARING, ANN L.-BS Nurs-
ing, Cleveland, O.-N8LH Trib., Soph. Council, SNO CPres.J.
HILL, BARBARA L.-BS Nursing, Harvey, Ill.-Glee
Club, LHA. HUFFMAN, PAULINE-BS Nursing, Cincin-
nati, O. JACKSON, SHIRLEY CATHERINE-BS Nursing,
Lyndon, Ky. JOHNSTON, MARY ELAINE-BS Nursing,
Lebanon, O.-SNASO, N8zH Sr. Class Sec.
KANALZ, MARY REBECCA-BS Nursing, Columbus, O.
KENNETT, JOYCE STEPHENSON-Bs Nursing, Dayton,
O.-Jr, Advisors, Bearkittens. KIRCHER, SUE MARIE-
BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O.-Newman, N8zH Trib. KUR-
MAN, SALLY-LOU-BS Nursing, Bay Village, O.-NSLH
Trib., LHA, SNASO, N8zH Class Vice Pres.
LEWIN, DELORIS ROBERTSON-BS Nursing, Cincinnati,
O. LOUTZENHEISER, ANN LORRAINE-BS Nursing,
Arlington, Va.-N8zH Trib. CTreas., Pres.J, Kappa Delta
CSgt.-at-Arms, Parl. Stand. Chrm.J, Soph. Cabinet, Jr. Ad-
visory Board, Ivy Chain, SNO, Homecoming Comm.
YWCA. MALLARD, LULA J.-BS Nursing, Lexington,
N: C.-Ass't. Res. Council fSimrall Hallj, Chrm. Orient.
Comm. fLudlow Hallj. MILLER, LUCY HEIM-BS Nurs-
ing, Cincinnati, O.
MOELLER, BONNIE ANN-BS Nursing, Ames, Iowa-
Glee Club, YWCA, NSLH Trib., LHA fHouse Comm.
Treas.J, AWS fVice Pres.J, Angel Flight, Co-Ed Fresh.
Camp Coun., SNO, Jr. Advisor, Block C, Ivy Chain, Jr.
Prom Clnvitation Comm.j. MOODLER, SUSAN ELOISE-
BS Nursing, Dayton, O.-Chi Omega CRush Chrm., Per-
sonnel Chrm.J, Cincinnatus, Jr. Advisor CBoardD, Jr. Prom
CDecoration Co-Chrm.J, Guidon fProject Co-Chrm.D, Glee
Club, Lambda Chi Sweetheart. MOORE, MYRNA RUTH-
BS Nursing, Ashland, Ky.-Fresh. Class Sec., Cincinnatian,
Glee Club CExec. Brd.J, YWCA fCab.J, SNO, Ivy Chain,
N8cH Trib. COrient. Chrm.J, LHA CPres.J, YAF, Kampus
King Comm. MURCHISON, HELEN JEANNIE-BS Nurs-
ing, Athens, O.
OVERLEY, MARIANNE S-MILEY-BS Nursing, Cincin-
nati, O. SCHARE, BARBARA LEE-BS Nursing, Cincin-
nati, O. SCHILL, MARGERY SHANK-BS Nursing, Cin-
cincinnati, O.-Zeta Tau Alpha CPledge Chrm.J, Co-Rec.
Volleyball, SNO CBasketballJ, Homecoming Co-Chrm.
SCHMIDT, EMILY RUTH-BS Nursing, Reading, O.-
Band, Chi Omega, N8zH Trib. CSec.J, LHA, YWCA fPres.,
Pub. Affairs Chrm.J, Alpha Alpha Pi CPledge TLD, Alpha
Lambda Delta, SNASO, Jr. Advisors, Mummers.
SCHROEDER, DONNA JEAN-BS Nursing, Cincinnati,
O-NASO, Wesley, Angel Flight CCommanderJ, N8cH Jr.
Class Treas. SHOPE, JACQUELINE ROSE-BS Nursing,
Greenfield, O.-N8cH Soph. Class Pres., SNASO, LHA.
SIMMONS, SUE A.-BS Nursing, Ashland, Ky.-Glee
Club, Wesley, SNO, Cincinnatian, N8zH Trib. CConvoca-
tion Comm. Chrm.J, Jr. Advisor. SPAITE, REBECCA
ANN-BS Nursing, Dayton, O.-SNO, N8zH Trib., Sr.
Class Pres., Jud. Comm.
STEINLE, SUSAN LEE-BS Nursing, Cincirmati, O.-
LHA fLib. Comm., House Comm.J, SNO, Wesley, Glee
Club. STICKNEY, JANET LOUISE-BS Nursing, Spring-
Held, O.-Chi Omega CSec., Treas., Song-leaderj, N8zH
Soph. Class Treas., YWCA, SNO, LHA fStudent-Faculty
Comm. Chrm.,. SULROW, MARGARET RUTH-BS
Nursing, Silver Spring, Md.-SNASO, LHA CReligious
Comm.J, N8aH Trib. CSoc. Chrm.J. TEDRICK, LAURA
JANE-BS Nursing, Parkersburg, W. Va.-Kappa Delta
fMagazine Chrm., Song-leaderj, Angel Flight CComptroller,
Drill OflicerJ, SNO CWorkshop Chrm.-State Conventionl,
N8zH Trib., Queen of Hearts Cand.
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are necessary to fill a test prescription. .
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
The College of Pharmacy, fourth oldest of its kind in
the United States, was granted a local charter in 1850.
In 1954 the school became an integral part of the Uni-
versity and established residence in its present location
on campus. Contrary to a general belief, the college
is not merely a stepping-stone to the corner drugstore.
Pharmacy students may prepare for careers involving
medicine, dentistry, chemical and hospital research,
government Work, and the regulation of narcotics. The
live-year curriculum olfered by the college includes
many subjects of a general educational nature in addi-
tion to the courses leading to a Bachelor of Science
degree in Pharmacy. This program is climaxed by the
senior student's opportunity to apply his knowledge
through work with a registered pharmacist. The Col-
lege of Pharmacy encourages practical skill and ap-
preciation of high ideals in an age when pharmacy
plays an extensive and important role.
Even in these modern times, the
Dean Joseph F. Kowalewski usage of the mo,-mr and pesfle
in making drugs has survived.
Contznuous research on whzte mzce is an zntegral part of the pharmacy studenfs life.
ANDERSON, WILLIAM MICHAEL-BS Pharmacy, Cin-
cinnati, O.-Intramural Football, Volleyball, Handball,
Wrestling, Track, Phi Delta Theta, A.Ph.A., Kappa Psi
CPres.J, Pharmacy Trib. CParl.J. BODMER, DALE FRED-
ERICK-BS Pharmacy, Ironton, O.-A.Ph.A. BOWEN,
DAVID SPENCER-BS Pharmacy, Marmet, W. Va.-
Kappa Psi, Intramural Basketball, A.Ph.A.
BROWER, WILLIAM W.-BS Pharmacy, Hamilton, O.-
Pharmacy Trib. fTreas., Vice Pres., Pres.J, A.Ph.A.
BROWN, VERNA LEE-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-
Pharmacy Trib., Kappa Epsilon. BUDDE, JAMES E.-BS
Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-A.Ph.A. CARTER, WILLIAM
HAROLD-BS Pharmacy, Manchester, O.
COLE, JEROME F.-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa
Psi CHist.J, Pharmacy Trib. EVANS, JOHN MARTIN-
BS Pharmacy, Hamilton, O.-Beta Theta Pi fSch. Chrm.J,
Rho Chi, Concert Band, A.Ph.A. GEOPPINGER, JAMES
CARL-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Psi. HALL,
EDWIN C. JR.-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.
HARTMANN, DAVID GRAF-BS Pharmacy, Riverside,
Ill.-Phi Delta Theta. HICKMAN, ROBERT EDWARD-
BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-Pharmacy Trib. CTreas.J,
Kappa Psi CVice Pres.J, Phi Eta Sigma, Rho Chi, A.Ph.A.
HOLTEL, JEROME F.-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.
HUGHES, JAMES CLARK-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.
-A.Ph.A. CPres., Vice Pres.J, Pharmacy Trib. CTreas.j,
Student Council CTreas., Convocation Chrm.D, Kappa Psi,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon CScholarship Chrm.D, Omicron Delta
Kappa CCo-Chrm. Leadership Conferencej, Sophos, Budget
Board, Men's Advisory.
IRVIN, RONALD K.-BS Pharmacy, Hillsboro, O.-Band
CConcert and Marchingj, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Eta Sigma,
Kappa Psi, A.Ph,A. KEUPER, WILLIAM EARL-BS
Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-A.Ph.A. KREIMER, JOHN
LOUIS-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O. MAAS, ELMER
JOHN-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.
MARTIN, CLARENCE JOSEPH-BS Pharmacy, Fort
Thomas, Ky.-A.Ph.A. MCQUAIN, PETE H.-BS Phar-
macy, Centerville, O.-Kappa Psi. MEADOWS, DANNY
L.--BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-Kappa Psi, A.Ph.A.
MEIER, THOMAS JOSEPH-BS Pharmacy, Highland
Heights, Ky.-Kappa Psi, A.Ph.A.
MUELLER, RONALD LEE-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.
MULLANEY, MARTIN JAMES-BS Pharmacy, Cincin-
nati, O.-Lambda Chi Alpha. MURPHY, JAMES--BS
Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O. PARMENTIER, LASZLO J.-BS
Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-A.Ph.A.
PAVLOFF, LOUIS G.-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-
Theta Chi CRush Chrm., Corr. Sec.J, A.Ph.A., Pharmacy
Trib. CVice Pres.J. RAFOTH, CARL DAVID-BS Phar-
macy, Youngstown, O.-Kappa Psi CSec.J, A.Ph.A. RATZ-
MAN, GILBERT J OSEPH-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-
Student Union Leathercraft Instructor, Alpha Zeta Omega,
Hillel, A.Ph.A. RAWERS, THOMAS-BS Pharmacy, Cin-
REED, SANDRA JANE-BS Pharmacy, West Carrollton,
O.-Kappa Delta CAsst. Treas,, Treas.J, Kappa Epsilon,
Pharmacy Trib. CSec.J, A.Ph.A., Block C CTreas.J, AWS
fElections Chrm.J, YWCA CCabinetJ, Ir. Advisor CCO-
Chrm.J, Guidon, Ivy Chain, Jr. Prom CTicket Chrm.D,
Advisory Council CSoph. and Jr.J. SETA, CANDELU-BS
Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-A.Ph.A. SHEARER, WILLIAM
ROBERT-BS Pharmacy, Lawrenceburg, Ind.-Kappa Psi,
A.Ph.A. SHRIVER, KENNETH LAWRENCE-BS Phar-
macy, Cincinnati, O.-Biochemistry Lab Inst.
SPACCARELLI, PAUL ANTHONY-BS Pharmacy, Cin-
cinnati, O.-A.Ph.A., Kappa Psi. SPENCER, ROBERT
GEARY-BS Pharmacy, Huntington, W. Va.-A.Ph.A.,
Kappa Psi CAss't. Treas.J. TOMASELLA, JAMES JOSEPH
JR.-BS Pharmacy, Wyoming, O. TARLANO, PAUL
GERALD-BS Pharmacy, Dayton, O.-Phi Kappa Theta,
A.Ph.A., News Record, Sailing Club.
TRAPP, CAROLYN JEAN-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.
-Kappa Epsilon CTreas.J, A.Ph.A. VALENTINE, ROB-
ERT W.-BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O.-A.Ph.A.
LOKEREN, GEORGE PHILLIP-BS Pharmacy, Cincin-
nati, O. WILDER, HUGH PATTON-BS Pharmacy, Mid-
dletown, O. I
U IVER ITY COLLEGE
The University College, while quite new to our cam-
pus, is already iilling a former void at the university.
This void was the need for a two year college to
provide occupational programs, a two year general
education, or a stronger background for further col-
lege work. It offers the degree of Associate in Arts or
Science in ten different fields: arts, chemistry, home
economics, biology, nuclear science, industrial man-
agement, retail management, executive secretarial,
medical secretarial, and nursery school training. One
of the very few university colleges in the country to
be located on a full university campus, it therefore
benefits from the diversity and activity of the parent
institution. So enthusiastic is the general reaction to
this recent addition to our campus that in this, its
second year, itis enrollment is nearly seven hundred,
more than double last year's.
Dean Hilmar C. Krueger
BERNDSEN, JUDY ANN-ASS Science, Cincinnati,
BETTINGER, ROGER LESTER-ASS Science, Cincinnati,
O. BINKLEY, JACK E.-ASS Arts, Cincinnati, O.
BORCHELT, JUDITH ANN-ASS Science, Reading, O.
CARAMANIAN, JOHN ARA-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.
COLLINS, ANN KATHERINE-ASS Science, Cincinnati,
O.-YWCA, WAA, Young Dems, Alpha Delta Pi. DAB-
NEY, ROBERT EARL-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.-Un1-
versity College Trib. CPres., Vice Pres.J, Social Activities
DUMONT, HOWARD JOSEPH-ASS Science, Cincinnati,
O. FOX, CAROL ANN-Executive Sec., Cincinnati, O.
HAAG, JUDITH CAROL-ASS Arts, Cincinnati, O.-
University College Trib. CSoc. Comm.D, Decorations Chrm.
HAMBEL, JOHN WILLIAM-ASS Applied Science, Pel-
ham Manor, N. Y.-YMCA Cabinet, Union Bowling.
HARPER, LYDA RAY-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.-
YWCA, Wesley. HARTMAN, WILLIAM LAW-ASS Arts,
Cincinnati, O. HENDERSON, JOYCE-ASS Science, Har-
rison, OOIUSTEN, JOSEPH JEROME-ASS Science, Cin-
KNOLLMAN, PHYLLIS ANN-ASS Science, Cincinnati,
O.-Newman Club. KOPPENHAVER, KAREN LEIGH-
ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.-Sophos Queen, Alpha Delta
Pi, Bearkittens. LINGO, CHARLES R.-ASS Science Ter-
race Park, O.-Band, Rep. to Band Council. LOTZ,
DARLENE EDITH-ASS Arts, Mt. Healthy, O.-Delta
LUTCHIN, HOWARD LOUIS-ASS Arts, Cincinnati, O.-
Young Republicans, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Hillel. MENRATH,
PATRICIA A.--ASS Science, Cincinnati, O. MILLER,
MICHAEL STEPHEN-ASS Science, Hartford, Conn.-Pi
Lambda Phi. Union Social Comm., Hillel. PLANES,
DEANA MARTHA-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.
PRICE, CAROL ANN-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.-Al-
pha Delta Pi, WAA, University College Soc. Comm. RED-
DERT, CLAIRE ANN-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.-
RICHARDS, PATRICIA ANNE-ASS Science, Cincinnati,
O.-Bearkittens, Student Council, University College Trib.,
Ir. Advisor. ROTTER, MADALYNN DIANE-ASS Arts,
RYAN, COLLEEN ELLIN-ASS Arts, Cincinnati, O.-
News Record, University College Trib. Soc. Comm., Cin-
cinnatian, Delta Delta Delta CPledge Class Sec.J. SAUER,
PAT CAROLE-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O. SCHUMA-
CHER, RON ERVIN--ASS Science, Cincinnati, O. SEDG-
WICK, FREDERICK W.-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.
SEIBERT, MICHAEL DAVID-ASS Arts, Cincinnati, O.
SMITH, DOROTHY LEA-ASS Arts, Cincinnati, O.
SMITH, GAYLE JOAN-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.
SPARKS, DONNA .TANE-ASS Arts, Cincinnati, O.-
Fresh. Leadership Conf. CCo-Chrm.D, WAA, University
College Soc. Comm.
STUCKEY, RUTH E.-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O. SUB-
LETTE, LIZA SCOTT-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.
THEILMAN, MARITA RUTH-ASS Arts, Cincinnati, O.
-WAA, Dance Club, YWCA. TOWLE, KAREN ANN-
ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.--WAA, Newman Club, Fenc-
ing, University College Soc. Comm.
VENNEMEYER, MARGO ELIZABETH-ASS Arts, Cin-
cinnati, O.-News Record, University College Trib. CSoc.
Comm.J, Cincinnatian. VOSS, EDWARD C.-ASS Arts,
Cincinnati, O.-News Record, Student Council, University
College Trib. CPres.j. WEIGEL, CHARLES I.-ASS Sci-
ence, Cincinnati, O.-Kittyhawk. YEOMANS, MYERS
TIMOTHY-ASS Science, Cincinnati, O.
Dean Robert W. Bishop
Jack L. Gottschang,
The Summer School had its beginning in 1900 as a
faculty project of the McMicken College of Liberal
Arts. An integral part of the University since 1948,
the college now offers all regular, special, and short-
term courses in the various fields open to winter-term
students. Also available to Summer School students are
Workshops, exhibits, and cultural features. Activities
unique to the summer months include the opera at the
zoo, band and choral concerts, and the traditional
"Discussions at Noonf' In addition to UC faculty
members, the schoolis staff is composed of represen-
tatives from various organizations and professions. The
student body is also a diversified one, for it includes
candidates for graduate degrees as well as undergrad-
uate students. Having successfully completed their
credits, graduates of all participating colleges are
awarded their degrees in a special commencement
exercise held each August.
2 summer play school, prospec-
eachers face practical situations.
An outdoor philosophy class characterizes the informality of summer school
Summer sets the perfect tone
for cz biological held study.
Dean Campbell Crockett
Established as a distinct college in 1916, the Graduate
School has become one of the most extensive colleges
on the University campus. In addition to the forty-
three different departments open to day students, the
college maintains ten departments in its evening divi-
sion and several others throughout the summer months.
Through the graduate program, students who have suc-
cessfully completed the basic requirements for a bache-
lor's degree at U.C. or any other accredited college, may
become candidates for master's or doctor's degrees in
varied fields. From its U.C. oilice the Ohio State
University School of Social Administration offers a
graduate sequence in social work, a course otherwise
unavailable to Cincinnati students. After acquiring
a sufficient number of undergraduate credits, persons
seeking graduate work must obtain a recommendation
from their undergraduate department. Once he is a part
of this school, the graduate student is faced with months
and, more often, years of tedious study and research.
Van Meter Ames
Dana I. Crandall
Clara M. Silchrest
Dean Carter V. Good
Dean Milan R. Karas
Carl A. Ludeke
Robert O. Payne
William A. Spoor
Carl A. Swisher
John A. Winget
FELLOWS OF THE
Dr. Van Meter Ames
Isaac A. Barnett
Dr. Carl W. Blegen
Dr. Louis Brand
Dr. John L. Caskey
Dr. Kenneth E. Caster
Dr. William Smith Clark II
Dr. Roger C. Crafts
Dr. Campbell Crockett
Dr. Margaret H. Fulford
Dr. Hoke S. Greene
Dr. Paul Herget
Dr. Robert A. Kehoe
Dr. Milan A. Logan
Dr. Reginald Charles McGrane
Dr. Charles N. Moore
Dr. Milton Orchin
Dr. Boris Podolsky
Dr. Albert B. Sabin
Dr. Harold M. Vinacke
Dr. Edwin H. Zeydel
Dr. Trahman illustrates copies
of ancient literature inscribed
on stone to a graduate semmar.
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A law student makes use of the reference material found Stanley E- HGFPGF, ASSiSf0f1l' Dean
in the Rufus Smith Memorial Library in Taft Hall.
Dean Roscoe L. Barrow
COLLEGE 0F LAW
Founded in 1833 as a private school, the College of
Law merged with the Cincinnati College in 1835 and
became a part of the University in 1918. From its
halls have come many of our country's leaders, during
the days of the Civil War as well as those of World
Wars I and II-men like William Howard Taft,
alumnus and former Dean, who served two terms as
President of the United States. In 1925 the college
took up its present home in Alphonso Taft Hall.
There students have access to almost 150,000 volumes
from the combined libraries of the Cincinnati Law
Library Association and the Rufus B. Smith Libraries.
Today the college seeks to train students clinically,
through working primarily with actual legal problems
and cases, rather than by lectures. In this way students
develop a greater power of legal reasoning and the
ability to evaluate legal data actively and critically.
Small classes, where students have an excellent op-
portunity to express views informally, are an im-
portant part of this highly individualized instruction.
ASPINALL, BRIAN E.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O. ATKINS,
CHARLES G.-L,L.B., Cincinnati, O.-Phi Delta Phi CSec.,
I-l1st.J, Legal Aid Clinic, Sr. Class Pres., Student Bar Assoc.
CRep.J, Honor Council fRep.J, Restatement CAssoc. Art
Ed.J. BELLMAN, HOWARD S.-L.L.B., Toledo, O.
BERTRAM, PAUL GATES JR.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.-
Law Review fBus. Mgr.J. BROWN, EDDIE WAYNE-
L.L.B., Florence, Ky.-Honor Council, Moot Ct., Phi Alpha
Delta. BRUNE, EDWARD IRWIN-L.L.B., Hamilton,O.-
Stud. Bar Assoc. CRep.J. BUDD, DAVID G.-L.L.B.,
Dayton, O.-Fresh.-Soph. Class Pres., Law Review.
BURRESON, ALLEN DOWELL-L.L.B., Milford, O
Law Review. Moot Ct., Phi Alpha Delta, Stud. Bar Assoc.
fSec.J, Jr. Class Sec.-Treas. CARRERA, NICHOLAS AL-
LEN-L.L.B., Xenia, O.4tud. Bar Assoc. CONNER
MICHAEL-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.-Law Review CEditorJ,
Phi Alpha Delta. CROUSE, JOHN O.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, oi
ERHARDT, CHRISTIAN, III-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.
FITZGERALD. WILLIAM F.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.
GOODMAN, RONALD JAY-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O. HILD,
GUY M.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.
HOFFHEIMER, LAWRENCE, S. JR.-L.L.B., Cincinnati,
O.-Legal Aid Clinic, Law Review, Phi Delta Phi. HOL-
COIMB, JOHN FREDERICK-L.L.B., Hamilton, O.-Stud.
Bar Assoc., Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Delta Phi. HOLCOMB,
S. RICHARD, JR.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O. KNEISLY, L.
DOUGLAS-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.
KOHNEN, DAVID A.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O. KOLOD-
NY, VICTOR MARTIN-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.-Legal
Aid Clinic, Law Review, Phi Delta Phi. KREIDLER,
ROBERT L.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O. LISNER, DONALD
HUBERT-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.-Phi Alpha Delta CRush
LOWERY, ROBERT R.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.-Stud.
Bar Assoc. fPres.J, Restatement CEditorJ, Young Repub-
licans, CPres., Vice Pres.J, Phi Alpha Delta. MELVILLE,
CHARLES H.--L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.-Law Review CEdi-
tor In Chiefj. MESSITE, MICHAEL FREDERICK-
L.L.B., Bethesda, Md.-Legal Aid Clinic, Honor Council.
PERRY, JAMES NEWELL-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.
PHELPS, JAMES KAY-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O. PLATE,
ARTHUR CHARLES- L.L.B., Cincinnati, O. REIFIN,
MELVIN H.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.-Law Review, Student
Court Uusticej, Phi Alpha Delta Uusticej, Restatement
CCO-Edj, Legal Aid Clinic, Stud. Bar Assoc. fSr. Rep.J.
RICHARDS, STUART L.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, Oi. Phi Al-
ROELLER, ROBERT KENNETH-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.
-Phi Alpha Delta, Stud. Bar Assoc. SCHENCK, DON-
ALD ARTHUR-L.L.B., Dayton, O.-Stud. Bar Assoc.
CTreas.J, Law Review, Phi Delta Phi, Legal Aid Chmc,
Jr. Class Treas., Honor Council Rep. SCHWARTZ, BAR-
RY-L.L.B., Chattanooga, Tenn.-Phi Alpha Delta,.Ath-
letic Chrm. SUERE, WALTER A., JR.-L.L.B., Cincin-
nati, O.-Law Review fAssoc. Ed.J, Moot Ct., Student
TENWICK, DAVE-L.L.B., Lakewood, O.-Phi Delta
Phi, Legal Aid Clinic, Intramural Mgr., Varsity Basket-
ball 81: Tennis, Kampus King Court, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma
Sigma, Metroe, Ulex CPres.J, News Record, Bus. Ad. Trib
CVice Pres.D, French Dorm Res. Council. VALLEAU,
RICHARD J.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.-Sr. Class Sec.-Treas.
WECKSTEIN, DONALD-L.L.B., Canton, O.-Stud. Bar
Assoc. CFresh Rep.J, Phi Alpha Delta. ZINS, THOMAS
A.-L.L.B., Cincinnati, O.-Law Review, CEd1torJ, Honor
Dean Stanley E. Dorst
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
The Medical College is one of the 1
the thirteen in the University. Intc
studies must be packed suliicient knox
human body so that the practicing
immediately with almost any illness
dom. The high national rating wh
school has consistently received is pro
with which this challenge is met. 'l
standard of excellence over live hunc
professors, more than the total stu'
conduct classes, labs, and research
addition to their Work as doctors. A
are three things fundamental to the c
sphere of research and investigation
study, an exposure to a vast number
practices which are the result of da:
practical problems, and a reservoir C
tending into all realms of medicine.
ties with a high standard of admiss
the medical school of unsurpassed qu
Med students listen attentively to Dr. Hia!
Slides engross these pathology
r answers the questions of a pathology student in the midst of a lab problem
Dr. Edward Gall, Head, Pathology Dept.,
Dr. Arthur Ogden, Head Anesthesiology Dept.,
and Dr. Charles Aring, Head, Neurology Dept.
Dr. A. Ashley Weech, Head, Pediatrics Dept.,
and Dr. Lester Bossert, Head, Gynecology Dept.
Dr. Samuel Trufant, Associate Dean, and
Dr. Charles E. Kiely, Assistant Dean.
Dr. Milan Logan, Head Biological Chemistry Dept
Dr. Roger Crafts, Head, Anatomy Dept., and
Dr. Herman Lichstein, Head, Microbiology Dept.
Dr. Benjamin Felson, Head, Radiology Dept., Dr. Mau" L ' D . V' t F' hb h H d 0 1 l
Head, Psychiatry Dept., Dr. William Alterneier, Head, Szlrigjry ggffi r. lc or ISC I ac ' ,ea , to aryngo ogy ?ept and
Dr Donald Lyle Head Ophthalmology Dept
B A U E R, I I M M I E O W EN-M.D., Cincinnati, O.
BROOKS, STUART MERRILL-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-
Mitchell Pediatrics Society CPres.J, Phi Delta Epsilon.
CARSON, JOHN PAUL-M.D., Youngstown, O.-SAMA,
Phi Cl1i6Pres.J. CATO, JANE REPLOGLE-M.D., Cin-
CLARK, DANNY MILES-M.D., Lexington, Ky. COWEN,
RICHARD LESLIE-M.D., Cincinnati, O.- Phi Delta
Epsilon, Pi Kappa Epsilon. COX, JOSEPH ALLEN-M.D.,
Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Kappa Kappa. CULBERSON, JOHN
LLOYD-M.D., Cincinnati, O.
DANNER, PAUL KRUGER-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-Nu
Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Epsilon. DEVILLE, STANLEY
BRUCE-M.D., Rocky River, O.-Nu Sigma Nu. EHR-
HART, JACK THOMAS-M.D., Cincinnati, O. EPSTEIN,
MARK JERRY-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-Phi Kappa Epsilon,
Debate Team, Mitchell Pediatric Society.
EVANS, BURTON WARREN-M.D., Cincinnati, O.
GERARD, ROBERT DONALD-M.D., Greenhills, O.-
Nu Sigma Nu, SAMA. GILLEN, JOHN BERNARD-
M.D., Pittsburgh, Pa.-Alpha Kappa Kappa fRec. Sec.,
Vice Pres.J, SAMA. GUNDERSON, EDWARD L.-M.D.,
Big Timber, Mont.
GUSTIN, RAYMOND STEWART-M.D., Cincinnati, O.
-Phi Delta Epsilon. HEHMAN, KENNETH NORBERT-
M.D., Ft. Thomas, Ky. HEPLER, JAMES KNOBLOCK-
M.D., Bremen, Ind.-Phi Chi. HUESMAN, ALVIN A.-
M.D., Cincinnati, O.
HULL, JAN KEITH-M.D., Cincinnati, O. JACOBS,
EDMUND BURKE-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Kappa
Kappa. JOHNSONBAUGH, ROGER EARL-M.D., Cin-
cinnati, O.hlJONES, WALDO SHANK-M.D., Lakewood,
A.-Phi C '.
KANTER, JULIAN RICHARD-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-
Phi Delta Epsilon, SAMA. KAUTZ, LAWRENCE G.-
M.D., Deer Park, O, KERSH, JOANN HECK-M.D.,
Cincinnati, O.-AMWA CPres.J. KIELAR, RICHARD
ANDREW-M.D., Lorain, O.-Pi Kappa Epsilon, Phi Chi.
KREINDLER, ALFRED MICHAEL-M.D., Cincinnati,
O.-Phi Kappa Epsilon CTreas.J, Phi Delta Epsilon CPres.J.
KISKER, THOMAS CARL-M.D., Cincinnati, O. LAUGH-
LIN, ROGER ALLEN-M.D., Wilmington, O. LEVINE,
JOSEPH P.-M.D., Cincinnati, O.
LUNDGREN, RALPH JOSEPH-M.D., Cincinnati, O.
MALTZ,' ROBERT-M.D., Cincinnati, O. MARMET,
RUBEN-M.D., Cincinnati, O. MAZER, MYRON SHEL-
DON-M.D., Boston, Mass.
McCAMMON, ROBERT EDWIN-M.D., Athens, O.-
Phi Chi, Pi Kappa Epsilon. MCCARTHY, CHARLES
EUGENE-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Kappa Kappa,
Pi Kappa Epsilon. MCCREARY, JOHN ROBERT-M.D.,
Ciucinnag, O, MICHAEL, JOHN JOSEPH-M.D., Cin-
MILLER, WILLIAM B.-M.D., Portsmouth, O.-Nu Sig-
ma Nu. MODE, ARTHUR S. JR.-M.D., Cincinnati O.-
Phi Delta Epsilon. MOLFENTER, GERALD ALFRED-
M.D., Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Kapp K , M0
CARL LEE-M.D., Ft. Thomas, Ky? appa ORE,
MUELLER, CHARLES FREDERICK-M.D., Dayton O.
MULLICAN, CHARLES N.-M.D., Cincinnati,
SAMA CTreas.J, Mitchell Pediatric Society CVice Pres.J
Pi Kappa Epsilon CVice Pres.J, Alpha Kappa Kappaf
NEWELL, LELAND C.-M.D., Greenhills, O.-Nu Sigma
Nu, SAMA. OLDS, RICHARD CHARLES-M.D., Clear-
PUTERBAUGH, MYRON RANDALL-M.D., West Mil-
ton, O. RAKO, JULES-M.D., Cincinnati, O. RAUSCH,
DAVID C.-M.D., Ravenna, O. RITZI, ROBERT WIL-
LIAM-M.D., Cincinnati, O.
ROBINSON, PAUL D. JR.--M.D., Cincinnati, O., Pi
Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Kappa. ROGERS, JOHN
HARTWELL-M.D., Pewee Valley, Ky. RUDD, DONALD
E.-M.D., Cincinnati, O. SALEM, ANTHONY JOSEPH-
M.D., Cincinnati, O.--Alpha Kappa Kappa.
SAVOLAINE, EDWARD R.-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-Phi
Chi. SERRAGE, JOHN CHARLES-M.D., Cincinnati, O.
SILVERMAN, STANLEY ROBERT-M.D., Cincinnati, O.
-Pi Kappa Epsilon, Mitchell Pediatrics Society CTreas.,
Sec.J.gIMSON, LAWRENCE ROBERT JR.-M.D., Cleve-
SPITZ, LOUIS-M.D., Cincinnati, O. STRAWN, ROBERT
LESTER-M.D., New Lexington, O.-Vice Pres. Medical
Class C4 yearsj, Student Council CTreas.J, Pi Kappa Ep-
silon, Phi Chi, SAMA. STRIKER, THEODORE WOR-
KUM-M.D., Cincinnati, O. SUGARMAN, DAVID LEE
-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-Phi Delta Epsilon.
SUYEMOTO, ROY-M.D., Cincinnati, O. TELLER,
THOMAS F.-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-Nu Sigma Nu, .Pi
Kappa Epsilon. WACKSMAN, STANLEY J.-M.D., Cm-
cinnati, O. WIDEMAN, FREDERICK EDWARD-M.D.,
WIERWILLE ANN SOUTHARD-M.D., Cincinnati, O.-
Class Sec., Student Council. WIERWILLE, GEORGE
HERMAN-M.D., Cincinnati, O. WIETHE, DALE RICH-
ARD-M.D., Cincinnati, 0.4-Nu Sigma Nu CRush Chrm.J.
WILLIS, RICHARD REED-M.D., Elyria, O.-Nu Sigma
Nu, SAMA. -
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Kenneth B. Settle, Assistant Dean
Tully J. Waggener, Assistant to the Dean, Bee Day, Assistant to the Dean,
and Gail A. Nelcamp, Assistant to the Dean.
Dean Frank R. Neayfer
The Evening College originated about fifty years
when the College of Engineering and Commerce
the McMicken College of Liberal Arts began to 4
their courses to those employed during the day. It
grown to one of the largest evening colleges in
country, providing educational opportunities to r
than eight thousand men and women from the Gre
Cincinnati area-industrial workers, teachers, busi
men, housewives, and clergymen. The bulk of stud
range in age from 20 to 34, but some attempt str
after their sixtieth year. Rated as an outstanding
lege of its type in the nation, this branch of unive
learning oifers undergraduate degrees in engineei
commerce, industrial management, general studies,
the arts and sciences. Besides these fields, a certifi
program, which constitutes one-half a degree,
graduate programs in business administration
science are available. Non-credit, short term col
on such subjects as art, flower arrangement, and n
are also offered for the benefit of Cincinnati resid
ALDERSON, RICHARD O.-BS Chemical Engineer
Morrow, O.-Am. Chem. Soc., Am. Oil Chem. 5
BAUER, WILLIAM L.-BS Electrical Engineering, Cin
natl, O.-Sigma Delta Gamma. BURNS, GEOR
MICHAEL-BS Commerce, Newport, Ky. CAI
CHARLES E.-BS Commerce, Independence, Ky.
CONDON, VIRGIL EUGENE-BS Commerce Middle-
town, O. ERSTERLING, HANNS OLAP-BS dommerce
Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Sigma Lambda. GERSTER LARRY
RAY-Bachelor of Industrial Management, Lawrenceburg
Ind.-Alpha Lambda sigma. GREGORY, DONALD JJ
BS General Studies, Cincinnati, O. '
HEIDEMANN, DONALD ANTHONY-BS General
Studies, Cincinnati, O. HINSHAW, LOUIS DONALD-
BS Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. HUNT, RAY-
MOND MILTON-BS General Studies, Cincinnati, O.-
Triangle, Delta Mu Delta. HURDLE, GEORGE J.-BS
Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Student Council, Mu
Pi Kappa CPres., Treas.J.
LOUGHRY, DONALD JAMES-BS Electrical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O.-Alpha Tau Omega. McFADDEN, DOUG-
LAS B.-BS General Studies, Mt. Vernon, Ind.-Sophos,
Beta Theta Pi, Student Council, News Record, Cincinnatian,
Young Dems., Debate Team, Speakers Bureau, Football.
MATTEOLI, WILLIAM R.-BS Mechanical Engineering,
Cincinnati, O. MAZZEI, PETER FRANK-BS Com-
merce, Cincinnati, O.
NOLTE, WALTER C.-BS General Studies, Reading, O.-
ASM. OLIVER, KYLE T. IR.-BS Commerce, Cincin-
nati, O. PETERSON, ROBERT G.-BS Mechanical Engi-
neering, Cincinnati, O. PFAFFMAN, WARREN GEORGE
-BS Electrical Engineering, Fairfield, O.
PHILLIPS, ROBERT-BS General Studies, Park Hills, Ky.
REEKERS, DONALD E.-BS General Studies, Erlanger,
Ky. ROHNER, PAUL E.-BS Commerce, Hamilton, O.-
Delta Mu Delta. SCHUSTER, I OSEPH E.-BS Commerce,
SELLINS, WARREN LOUIS-BS Commerce, Cincinnati,
O.-Alpha Sigma Lambda. SMITH, LEONIDES D.-BS in
Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O. STAUVERMAN, AL-
FRED WILLIAM-BS Commerce, Cincinnati, O.-Alpha
Sigma Lambda. STEINECKER, HAROLD F.-BS Me-
chanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. .
STEVENS, FRANK HERMAN-Bachelor of Philosophy,
Sharonville, O. TAYLOR. LILLIAN-Bachelor of Philoso-
phy, Hamilton, O. TILLINGHAST, DAVID G.-BS Civil
Engineering, Cincinnati, O. TOON, JOSEPH CONRAD-
BS General Studies, Cincinnati, O.
WALKER, ROBERT F.-BS Civil Engineering, Cincinnati,
0. WEAR, MAXWELL NORMAN-BS Commerce,
Hamilton, O.-Delta Sigma,Pi. WILKINS, WALTER X.-
BS Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O.-Mu Pi' KHRPH-
WILSON, RICHARD ALLAN-BS Electrical Engineering,
Twenty-nine seniors have been chosen as outstanding
seniors by the editorial board of the CINCINNATIAN
from nominations made by members of the senior
class. The choices were made as objectively as possible
with each considered on the basis of personality, char-
acter, and service to UC. These were the people who
contributed time and eifort above and beyond the call
of duty-the queens, the leaders, and the workers.
CINCINNATIAN SELECTS .
A little girl always on the go-that's the best way to
describe CAROL TRAUT. As president of Theta and
TC Tribunal, and a member of Guidon, Mortar Board,
WAA, and the Y, "Trautie" is known as the girl who
can get a job done. Boundless enthusiasm coupled with
a warm sense of humor have gained her widespread
admiration. ' NEAL BERTE has rightfully earned
the title of Kampus King. As president of the Junior
and Senior Classes and SAE, and as an oflicer of the
Y, A855 Tribunal, and Cincinnatus, he has been
honored by Sophos, Metro, Sigma Sigma, and ODK.
In addition Phi Beta Kappa has recognized his scholas-
tic achievements. 0 Metro, Sigma Sigma, Cincinnatus,
and Mummers have benefited from the quiet eiiiciency
of DICK SNYDER. "Snitch" has also served as presi-
dent of Lambda Chi and IFC and treasurer of IFC.
His deep consideration and eloquence have aided
many campus organizations. 0 An all-around campus
favorite, LARRY WILLEY has demonstrated out-
standing scholarship and an interest in campus activi-
ties. A six-year architect, Larry found time to preside
over meetings of ODK and Orientation Board and to
play on UC's varsity basketball team. This affable
SAE was honored by membership in Phi Eta Sigma,
Metro, and Sigma Sigma. 0 There is an air of unruflled
composure about JENNY RAHE which has enabled
her to succeed in her many important positions on
campus. This poised president of KD has been honored
by Guidon and Mortar Board for her ability to take
charge of situations. 0 PHIL SANTORA is a gentle-
man in every respect. His quiet charm, winning the
respect of UC coeds, earned him a place on Kampus
King Court and the title of Alpha Gam Man. His ef-
forts in Cincinnatus, REW, Greek Week, and the Y
were rewarded by membership in Sigma Sigma. ' Easy
going with a ready smile, BOB HARTMAN has a
friendly "He1lo', for everyone. Both Sigma Sigma and
Phi Delt have claimed him as their president. "Turtle
J oe" has given his time freely to Cincinnatus, Menis
Advisory, and Metro. ' Likable GLENN COOPER
has exhibited sound judgment in serving as president
of Student Council and the Y. Earnest in both scholar-
ship and campus activities, Glenn was selected for
membership in Phi Eta Sigma and Beta Gamma
Sigma, as well as Metro and ODK. 0 As gracious as
she is attractive, CAROLINE MUSTER was chosen
Homecoming Queen in her sophomore year. This ac-
tive Kappa has served as vice-president of the Junior
and Senior Classes and secretary of the Mummers
Guild and was tapped by Mortar Board.
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Equally at ease presiding over Union Board meetings
or managing News Record business alfairs, KEN
NIEHAUS is admired for his energy and ability to get
things done. His achievements have brought him recog-
nition from ODK, Sophos, and Pi Delta Epsilon.
0 Abounding with vivacious energy, NANCY TAY-
LOR has made a name for herself as a willing and
cheerful worker. Theta, Cincinnatus and Bus Ad
Tribunal have shared her great sense of humor. Her
talents were also added to Bearkittens and the Sopho-
more Class. 0 JERRY ROSE has an ambition-an
ambition to succeed in whatever he undertakes. His
business-like manner has been extended to GGG,
Lambda Chi, the 1961 Cincinnatian, and the Senior
Class. ODK and the Board of Publications have also
benefited from his many capabilities. ' For CHRIS
DEMAKES the secret of success has been a ready
smile and a willingness to assume great responsibility.
As editor of the 196-2 Cincinnatian and president of
the Glee Club, Chris has set an example of devoted
work. His enthusiasm was also imparted to the Board
of Publications, Pi Delta Epsilon, and the Eastern
Orthodox Fellowship. ' Cool, competent, and un-
assuming, SUSY HAYES was completely unruiiied
by the many problems involved in editing the News
Record. An active Alpha Chi, Susy would often be
found in the Union, at the Union Board, Social Board,
Publication Board, or presiding at Pi Delta meetings.
Capable ALAN ROSENBERG has wielded the
gavels of Sigma Alpha Mu, Sophos, and the Union
Board, and has served on Student Council and A8cS
tribunal. Outstanding as a tennis player as well, his
achievements have been recognized by Cincinnatus,
Ulex, Metro, and Sigma Sigma. 0 A striking beauty,
the charm and poise of LORI BORN have won her
the titles of Sig Ep Queen of Hearts, Rose of Delta
Slgma Pi, and a place on Sophos Court. Unassuming
and modest, she imparted her spirit to KD, Cincin-
natus, and the Sophomore Class, which she served
as vice-president. ' With sincerity and dedication
GLENNY ABBOTT wielded the gavel of AWS and
the Young Americans for Freedom. An efhcient nurse,
she lent her enthusiasm to the Y, Cincinnatus, and
the Logan Hall Association, and Kappa Delta. 0 Well
liked by all who know him, JIM HAYES has served
the University, the 'Engineering College, and SAE
well. As an oiiicer of Student Council, president of
Metro and Cincinnatus, chairman of Menis Advisory,
and a member of Sigma Sigma, "Magoo,' has displayed
rare good judgment, tempered by a good sense of
humor. ' With a big smile and unusual friendliness,
JACQUIE HAYES has made herself known to the
entire campus. In Kappa, the Cincinnatian, the Y, and
Cmcinnatus, she has demonstrated her sincerity and
hard work and, as a result has been honored by
Gurdon, Delta Phi Delta, and Mortar Board.
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Many campus organizations have discovered in JOHN
WATSON the ability to get a job done. Active in
IFC, the Y, Cincinnatus, and Menis Advisory, John
has made full use of his executive qualities. Lambda
Chi and the Cincinnatian have also claimed his time.
' An outstanding pharmacy student, JIM HUGHES
served as president of A.'Ph.A. and treasurer of the
Pharmacy Tribunal with great ability. This capable
SAE gave his talents to Student Council, Budget
Board, and Men's Advisory and was rewarded by
membership in Sophos and ODK. ' Soft-spoken and
suave DAN DELL is best known as president of Theta
Chi although he has served well as treasurer of the
Union Board, BA chairman of Men's Advisory, and
Homecoming Queen chairman. Metro and Sigma
Sigma have recognized his many campus contribu-
tions. 0 A quiet Alpha Chi with a high sense of duty,
PEGGY HEISEL has made a name for herself scholas-
tically and activity-wise. Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi
Beta Kappa, Guidon and Mortar Board have honored
her with membership. 0 Known for her organizational
ability and eliiciency, MARILYN MEYERS was will-
ing to undertake many behind-the-scenes jobs. Known
as "Moneybags,' to the groups she has served, Marilyn
has been treasurer of Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Delta Epsilon,
and business manager of the News Record for two
years. Beta Gamma Sigma and Alpha Lambda Delta
have recognized her outstanding scholastic achieve-
ments. 0 A responsible student leader, GINNY FOS-
TER has guided Alpha Delta Pi and served as vice-
president of Panhellenic and Home Ec Tribunal. A
serious student, Ginny gave her time freely to Student
Council, the Bearkittens, and the Cincinnatian. ' Good
natured ROGER BROWN has devotedly served as
president of PiKA, treasurer of the Y and Social
Board, and vice-president of Cincinnatus and IFC.
"Moose's" willingness to laugh as well as work has
added much to GGG, Men's Advisory, and Orienta-
tian Board. 0 With a success measured by her obvious
pleasure, CAROLE MARTIN skipped gaily through
the Cincinnatian business managership, Mortar Board,
and the presidency of Theta Phi. Easily known by her
cheerful laugh, Carole brought gaiety to Panhellenic,
Junior Advisers, and Pi Delta Epsilon. 0 A man of
few words, STEVE AUSTIN has wielded the gavels
of Sig Ep and ODK with quiet authority. His forth-
right sincerity has inspired others to put forth their
best efforts. Beta Gamma Sigma, IFC, and Bus Ad
Tribunal have benefited from his participation. ' Of-
ten a center of controversy, LYNN JONES is known
for his outspoken views on campus customs and poli-
tics in the Profile. A leader in Phi Delt, Student Coun-
cil, and Cincinnatus, Lynn has been recognized by
Sophos, ODK, and Phi Beta Kappa.
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There is an organization for the for-
mal perpetuation of any human en-
deavor. This accounts for the quantity
of professional joining Which appears
With, and seems to often envelope,
otherwise serious, useful organiza-
tions. It also accounts for the profu-
sion of organizations With the same
goals, or no goals, or both. Neverthe-
less, groups are founded on serious
purpose and endeavor too. This dual
nature merely means one must some-
times read between the lines.
HONORARIES AND SERVICE GROUPS
MORTAR BQARD-Bottom Row: S. McCoy, Pres., C. Traut, R. Goldberger, A. Kuehner
S. Lesh, J. Shinkle, Vice Pres.g C. Muster, J. Rahe, B. Bowling, Sec.g C. Kuwatch, P. Heisel
B. Badertscher, Adviserg Dean Holliday, Adviser.
The "Mystic 13" girls, walking the campus attired in
distinctive outfits, are members of Mortar Board, a
national women's honorary society. Founded at UC in
1912, Mortar Board selects those women who have
consistently shown outstanding leadership and service
to the University and achieved high scholarship. The
new members, tapped on March 13, wear red poppies
with flowing ribbons and mortar boards. The beneficial
program of Mortar Board, designed for the intellectual
advancement and welfare of UC students, consists of a
lecture series and the Leadership Conference, cospon-
sored with the menls honorary, Omicron Delta Kappa.
ODK President Steve Austin congratulates Bill
Struwbrzdge upon bezng tapped for membership.
OMICRON DELTA KAPPA-Bottom Row: J. Lower, Dr. Lewis, Fac. Sec.g R. Clark, Treas.g
S. Austin, Pres., L, Jones, Vice Pres.g E. Reuhlman, Dr. Bishop, Nat. Sec. Second Row: B.
Strawbridge, K. Seidelman, B. Starr, T. Allman, B. Chapman, J. Rose, P. Miller, K. Elder.
Thzrd Row: Dr. Curry, Prof. Lambert, K. Niehaus, D. Chalk, D. Stanforth, Dr. Vogel.
Omicron Delta Kappa, a national men's honorary, rec-
ognizes those men who have made outstanding contri-
butions to the University in leadership, scholarship, and
activities. Men wearing the ODK key are known as re-
sponsible student leaders and hard workers. With Mor-
tar Board the group sponsors the annual Leadership
Conference, held this year at Camp Kern on the theme
"Liberalism and Conservatism." The members also co-
sponsor the Honor Day Convocation in May. Projects
of ODK include presentation of an undergraduate schol-
arship, a senior athletic award, and the fraternity schol-
arship trophy, presented at fall tapping of new members.
OMICRON DELTA K PP
Robert E. Kreimer
Fred F lach
Clifl' Porter Hall
Wm. F. Mitchell
Robert Heuck. Sr.
Walter O. Hill
Joseph Morris, Sr.
Robert Dorsey .
W. C. Havelaar
Frank Owens X
Louis Levy Sofield
Robert Hauck, Jr.
Roger Van Schoyck
Merrill B. Van Felt
Jose Morris, Jr.
R. A. Cromer
D. B. Kee
Pete St. Clair
Robert Frith 1
Dom Del Bene
J. C. Evans
Judge A. K. Nippert
Hoodedi Sigma Sigma members huddle before
summoning new pledges at a football halftime.
SIGMA SIGMA-Bottom Row: D. Tenwick, B. Hartmann, Pres.g A. Rosenberg, G. Schmidt.
Second Row: M. White, E. Wolf, I. Hayes, N. Berte, D. Snyder. Third Row: L. Willey, K.
Conatser, D. Dell, C. Shuif, B. Chapman, B. Hess.
CONSTITUTION SINCE 1898
The name of the organization shall be Sigma Sigma.
All matters transacted shall be for the good of the
order and of the University of Cincinnati.
This constitution shall not be amended.
Founded at UC in 1898, Sigma Sigma is an honor soci-
ety for junior and senior men. Service to the Univer-
sity, participation in campus activities, character, and
personality constitute the basis for selection of mem-
bers. Huck Hall is the gathering place for all members,
but Sigma Sigma's many events are held through-
out Cincinnati. The traditional Final Gun Dance fol-
lowing the UC-Miami football game, the coveted "Mr,
Bearcat" award, and the Sigma Sigma Carnival, held
each spring, are the favorite highlights of Sigma Sigma's
program for promoting UC spirit. Tapping of new
members is held at the Carnival and UC-Miami game.
SOPHQS-Bottom Row: W. Nester, A. Rosenberg, N. McCauley, Vice Pres.g J. Siler, Pres.g
J. Lewis, Treas., P. Marshall, Sec.g N. Berte. Second Row: P. DiSalvo, S. Isaac, D. Argabright,
D. Itkoff, B, Miller, J. Nelson, B. Felts, S. Lieberman. Third Row: M. Doyle, G. Herfel, R
Hlll, J- Hughes, J. Hayes, C. Yarbrough, J. Sayler, A. Fisgus, L. Freeman. Fourth Row: P
McCleary, R. Schwartz, L. Blakeney, T. Blake, B. Chapman, B. Donohoo, B. Risch, D.
Ramge, B. Starr.
Men who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship,
potential leadership, and character are selected for
Sophos at the end of their freshman year. The group
originated locally in 1932 and has prospered under the
guidance of its founder, Dean Joseph Holliday. The
Sophos Dance, sponsored annually by the members,
was held this year on December first. Bev Jones of
Zeta Tau Alpha was elected Sophos Queen by male
students attending the dance. Other activities of Sophos
are the scholarship award to an outstanding sopho-
more and service projects for the University. Supervis-
ing the groupls projects is the adviser, Dean Nester.
The CINCINNA TIAN proves to be a conversation piece
at a Cincimmtus summer neighborhood coke party.
CINCINNATUS-Bottom Row: T. Blake, J. Holliday, N. Berte, Treas.g J. Rahe, Vice Pres.g
B. Hartmann, Pres.g L. Heil, Sec., I. Hayes, G. Abbott, L. Willey. Second Row: J. Picken-
scher, S. Conner, R. Leimenstoll, N. Carey, B. Neel, B. Bolan, L. White, E. Bidlingmeyer,
J. Benham. Third Row: S. Heil, K. Elder, K. Ferguson, I. Grafton, S. Lesh, J. Siler, P. Elliott,
R. Felt, S. Allen, P. Ziegel. Fourth Row: J. Mills, G. Lewis, W. Nester, A. Fisgus, N.
McCauley, D. Snyder, I. Sayler, G. Pies, M. Johnson. Fifth Row: P. McCleary, P. Marshall,
L. Mueller, B. Starr, M. White, J. Lewis, P. Santora, B. Gaines, A. Rosenburg, S. Isaac.
Cincinnatus Society is a University service organiza-
tion, formed in 1917, and reactivated in 1952. The
purpose of Cincinnatus is to maintain good student-
alumni relations and to act as host to the incoming
freshmen and visitors. Coke parties, Collegiate Day,
University Night, and UC Open House are orientation
events conducted by the Society. Cincinnatus also
handles campus information booths on fall registra-
tion days and tours for the World Affairs Institute.
'Students interested in joining Cincinnatus petition
in the spring and are selected for membership on
the basis of service to UC, personality, and interest.
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METRO-Bottom Row: T. Allman, B. Chapman, Sec.g'B. Hartmann, Vice Pres., J. Hayes,
Pres., D. Dell, Treas.g N. Berte. Second Row: B. Neel, A. Rosenberg, B. Starr, L. Willey, I.
Teller, D. Snyder, M. McLaughlin.
"Active All Year" is the policy of Metro, Whose mem-
bers serve the University and create spirit among the
students. The honorary is composed of upperclassmen
who are prominent in campus activities and outstand-
ing in service to their school. 4'Metro is taking at-
tendance" is often heard from members of Greek
groups at University convocations. Each year the
Metro Spirit Award is presented to the group having
the best attendance record. Metro's service activities
include Dad's Day for the fathers of varsity football
players and a basketball convocation. Proceeds from
the annual Metro Benefit Show are given to charity.
ULEX-Bottom Row: Rogers, D. Walldorff, J. Rice, T. Carinci, G. Ratterman Second
Row: C. Palsey, A. Wilhelm, A. Rosenberg, A. Niti, A. Capone, E. Ness Third Row J
Suess, G. Schmidt, D. Wood, C. Haft, C. Hound, H. Hound, L. Ranger, Tonto
Good sportsmanship, school spirit, and above all, a
sense 'of humor are prerequisites for the members of
Ulex. Easily' recognized by their gunny sack suits and
pails, Ulex pledges collect funds which are used to
give a party for orphans. The honorary also awards
trophies tooutstanding members of the varsity teams.
Each spring, under an arch of sabres formed by
Scabbard and Blade, sophomore women with outstand-
ing records of scholastic achievement, service to the
University, and potential leadership are tapped for
Guidon. The honorary participates in military re-
views and ushers at all the University convocations.
GUIDON-Bottom Row: Mrs. Rose, Adviser, J. French, C. Kohsin, V. Rapp L White C
Sullivan, B. Morris, Adviser. Second Row: J. Benham, B. Bowling, B. Triplett A Damon
L. Shoemaker, G. Schirmer, C. Hanson, I . Mills, B. Woellner, B. Coghill
Joyce G. Agnew
Arthur G. Bills
Carl W. Blegen
Melba P. Bowers
William C. Boyce
Gustav G. Carlson
John L. Caskey
William S. Clark
Violet M. Diller
19 60 INITIATES
Margaret A. Carson
Arthur H. Dornbusch
Jane M. Dotson
Carol M. Fay
Dale D. Feist
Edwin K. Annavedder
Margie C. Blaney
Bonnie O. Dorna
Neal R. Berte
Barbara Ann Bowling
Hal J. Busch
Richard J. Christy
Jack Warren Cottrell
Robert W. Crandall
FACULTY MEMBERS ACTIVE IN DELTA OF OHIO
George B. Engberg
Isabelle E. Fisk
David C. Freytag
Audrey S. Gomes
Louis R. Harlan
Milan R. Karas
Walter C. Langsam
Lesta J. Freytag
Charles E. Ganote
Donald T. Gordon
William W. Hewett
Henry F. Hoeile
C. Larry Decker
Nina J. Gruen
Hendrik Hartong, Jr.
Peggy Ann Heisel
PHI BETA K PPA
Carl A. Ludeke
Louis A. Lurie
Walter T. McDonough
William C. Mann
Harry R. Muegel
Robert O. Payne
Stuart A. Safda
Robert L. Ingberg
Stephen R. Kimbleton
S. Evonne Lorton
Thomas E. Minnish
Louise P. Mullikin
Joyce A. Mortison
Toby M. Kabakoff
Roslyn L. Kelly
John Paul Morgan
Albert F. Mulheman, J
George C. Schoolfield
Carl R. Trahman
Martha C. Usdemir
William S. Wabnitz
Charles K. Weichert
Harvey M. Weitkamp
William R. Wright
Helen M. Perry
Jay L. Sappersteiri
Charles M. Schneider
Kathleen T. Statman
William D. Staubitz
Rose Ann Spaith
T. L. Eynden
Joyce T. U etrecht
Myrna Lynn North
Marie A. Proulx
Nancy Strikman Seltz
Judith A. Theile
Gordon B. Walters
Mary L. Warden
Carolyn Neller Winget
Ian Leonard Wolk
President-P. W. Casper
I st Vice President-George Engberg
2nd Vice President-Jess Bolan
3rd Vice President-Milan Karas
Secretary-Treasurer-A udrey Gomes
Throughout the academic world Phi Beta Kappa is
synonomous with the highest achievement in scholar-
ship. The oldest Greek letter society in existence, Phi
Beta Kappa was founded in 1776 at the College of
William and Mary. Ohio Delta chapter was established
in 1889. Only seniors in the top lifteen percent of their
class in the College of Arts and Sciences are considered
for membership in the society. Each spring new initi-
ates proudly receive the society's golden key, inscribed
with the motto "Philosophy, a guide to life." This year
the 32 new members of Phi Beta Kappa were an-
nounced in March.
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA-Bottom Row: J. Schoenberger, Vice Pres.g N. Heisel, Treas.g
B. Landmann, Pres.g B. Bizzarri, Sec.g M. Groen. Second Row: P. Elder, J. Ringhauser, H.
Byrd, M. Arthur, B. Steelman, S. Tobin. Third Row: L. Kohl, K. Hayslip, D. Schumann, S.
Somers, S. Imhotf, V. Fouts, M. Johnson.
To attain membership in Alpha Lambda Delta, the
freshman women's honor society, a girl must maintain
a 3.5 average for the Hrst semester or both semesters
of her freshman year. Members give a Smarty Party
for Freshmen on the Dean's List and present an award
to a senior Alpha Lambda Delta on Honoras Day.
ALPHA LAMBDA DELT
Phi Eta Sigma is the freshman menis scholastic hon-
orary on the UC campus. A 3.5 average for both
semesters of the freshman year is the prerequisite
for membership. To honor all freshmen who have
attained the Dean's List in their respective colleges.
Phi Eta Sigma sponsors an annual smoker.
PHI ETA SIGMA
PHI ETA SIGMA-Bottom Row: J. Noftsger, L. Freeman, Pres.g J. Steuernagel, B. Chapman,
P. Cook. Second Row: B. O'Neil, L. Goodridge, P. Marshall, M. McLaughlin, D. Chalk,
Walter A. Baude
Francis H. Bird
Ralph C. Bursiek
Wilbur P. Calhoun
Earl C. Case
David G. Davies
19 62 INITIATES
Thomas Y. Allman
Hugh W. Brandt
Glenn B. Cooper
Bruce I. Forrester
James S. Freeman
John J. Grad
FACULTY MEMBERS ACTIVE IN ALPHA OF OHIO
Robert E. Dillon
Edith A. Elliot
Norwood C. Geis
John B. Goering
George F. Hartman
Arthur W. Holmes
Milan R. Karas
Dale L. Kiefer
Jack A. Hale
T. David Kintler
Robert O. Kramer
Rex S. Levering
John L. Martin
William A. Kiley
Kenneth E. Lambert
Wanda B. Mosbacher
Frank R. Neuffer
Wayne S. Overmyer
William R. Naylor
Robert D. Palmer
Peter A. Patala
Gordon G. Penning
Gerald W. Pugh
Leslie J. Schwallie
Raleigh R. Sharrock
Gordon S. Kinner
Freeman F. Suagee
Heiskell B. Whaling
Carol Ann Thompson
David D. Ramsey
Terrence W. Ravenscraft
Fred R. Schneider
Lowell S. Sturgeon
Howard D. Tumler
John C. Wright
Vice President-Marilyn Meyers
S ecretary-Pat S tanheld
T reasurer-Dr. Robert Dillon
Seniors in the upper ten per cent of their class and
juniors in the upper four per cent of their class in the
BETA GAMMA SIGMA
College of Business Administration are eligible for
membership in Beta Gamma Sigma. Founded in 1913
this national honor society encourages high scholar
ship among students in the business administration
program and fosters high ideals in business. Faculty
members may be elected to active membership and
alumni who have made outstanding contributions to
the profession may be elected to honorary membership
The Cincinnati chapter, Alpha of Ohio, initiates new
members in the fall and spring.
ALPHA ALPHA PI-Bottom Row: M. Fogelsong, Treas.g
Nursing and Health students in the upper iifth of the
junior and senior classes are eligible for Alpha Alpha
Pi. Selection of members is based on professional
competence, leadership, and scholarship. In keeping
with its objective of promoting high standards in nurs-
ing, the group honors the outstanding freshman nurse.
Education 'majors having an accumulative average of
3.0 or higher are eligible for Kappa Delta Pi in their
junior or senior year. Proper professional attitude is
also a factor considered in prospective members. The
initiation of pledges in the spring is climaxed by
the Spring Banquet, held jointly with the alumni.
J. Bever, Pres.g P. Cook, Sec.g
ALPHA ALPHA PI
K PPA DELTA PI
KAPPA DELTA PI-Bottom Row: M. Schere, Sec.g R. Leimenstoll, Pres.g M. Schomburg,
Treas. Second Row: I. Singleton, K. Holt, B. Camp, V. Foster, T. Turner, Vice Pres.
PI TAU SIGMA-Bottom Row: L. Strine, T. Petry, Vice Pres.g I. Rose, Pres., E. Rollman.
Second Row: J. Sherlock, P. Colegrove, R. Warner, W. Kunz, R. Will, W. Niemeyer.
Pi Tau Sigma, a national mechanical engineering hon-
orary, bases its membership selection on engineering
PI T A ability, scholarship, and character. Spring and fall ini-
tiation, tours through local industries, the spring
banquet, and an award to the outstanding mechanical
engineering sophomore are among the group's activities.
PI TAU SIGMA-Bottom Row: D. Evans, Corr. Sec.g J. Hasz, Rec. Sec.g B. Keeling, Treas.g
G. Denman. Second Row: D. Pitocco, D. Conaway, R. Henke, B. Kramer, T. Epley.
TAU BETA PI-Bottom Row: R. Shafer, B. Starr, Treas.g D. Chalk, Vice Pres., R. Willins,
Corr. Sec.g J. Steuernagel. Second Row: D. Kolb, R. Lang, T. Dixon, B. Chapman, J. Noftsger.
Third Row: J. Murphy, B. Keeling, G. Denman, P. Cook, W. Goddard.
Tau Beta Pi is composed of engineering students in
the top eighth of the junior class and the upper
fifth of the senior class. In addition to annual events, T U A
Ohio Beta chapter sponsored the national Tau Beta ,
Pi Convention which national oiiicers and delegates
from over one hundred collegiate chapters attended,
TAU BETA PI-Bottom Row: J. Boggs, L. White, D. DaHinden, Rec. Sec., E. Rollman, L
Sisson, J. Sherlock. Second Row: D. Evans, S. Gilby, E. Goodrich, L. McCune, D. Donald
R. Will, J. McDone1, T. Whaley, J. Westrick. Third Row: R. Stanforth, J. Fanger, R. Henke
I. Rose, R. Casteel, K. Burgess, D. Barr, D. Chatfield, W. Kunz.
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ETA KAPPA NU-Bottom Row: J. Noftsger, Rec. Sec., P. Cook, Treas.g J. Murphy, Vice
Pres.g W. Goddard, Corr. Sec. Second Row: C. Hill, E. Lowe, L. Weaver, J. Robison.
Eta Kappa Nu is an honorary electrical engineering
fraternity whose members have demonstrated outstand-
ETA K A ing ability in their profession. Each year the frater-
nity presents an award to the outstanding sophomore
electrical engineering 'student and honors a distin-
guished professional engineer who graduated from UC.
CHI EP ILO
In 1950 the Cincinnati chapter of Chi Epsilon was
founded in order to supplement the training of suc-
cessful civil engineers. The chapter is composed of
members from the top sixth of the junior class and
upper third of the senior class. This year initiation
was held in January at the Kemper Lane Hotel.
A CHI EPSILON-Bottom Row: R. Lang, Vice Pres.3 D. Kolb, Sec.
H -- ' Second Row: D. Bumb, L. Palmer, Adviser, B. Starr.
DELTA PHI DELTA-Bottom Row: F. Dost, J. Hayes, P. Connolly, Pres., C. Crossen, Sec.
B. Wulff, Treas., J. Lightner, G. Cooke. Second Row: C. Collins, L. Tarpin, D. Meece, I
Gaynor, J. Holshoy, S. Landt, A. Willman, J. Price. Third Row: T. Fehr, G. Harley, C
Kuwatch, C. Busener, N. Ahrat, K. Keiser, S. Wiegand, S. Sasser. Fourth Row: R. Berger, B
O'Neil, C. Simmons, G. Rofopoulos, R. Radford, J. Brust, J. Goodling, M. Pinto, P. Brookshire
To promote the arts, recognize scholarship and pro-
fessional ability, and foster friendship with those of
similar interests are the objectives of Delta Phi Delta. A A
This honorary art fraternity annually sponsors a ' ,
Union Christmas Sale where articles ranging from
ceramics to original Christmas cards are sold.
DELTA PHI DELTA-Bottom Row: S. Lesh, B. Fisher, M. Wilkie, Corr. Sec., G. Daub
Vice Pres., H. Wine, Rec. Sec., S. Bloom. Second Row: A. Stith, J. Threm, I. Ballard, T
Schumacher, J. Rowan, N. Updike, C. Hulbert. Third Row: M. McMullen, J. Swedes, J
Brown, J. Tener, A. Kattman, W. Duchek, J. Glatting.
JU IOR ADVISERS
JUNIOR ADVISERS-Bottom Row: J. Mills, A. Stuart, J. Bockhorst, C. Hanson, Chair.g I.
Norton, P. Moenster, M. McCann, B. Shure. Second Row: K. Bennett, P. Richards, B. Byrns,
B. Browne, B. Thayer, C. Watanabe, L. Glassman, E. Bidlingmeyer, J. Benham. Third Row: B.
Triplett, J. Diers, A. Meyer, C. McLaughlin, R. Gallagher, B. Woellner, L. Calvin, S. Conner,
J. Fickenscher, E. Betz. Fourth Row: J. Maschmeyer, E. Herbert, C. Kohsin, L. Kohl, J.
Woodcock, L. White, B. Schwarz, M. Schuerman, G. Marioni, S. Korn. Fifth Row: L. Shoe-
maker, M. Sweet, I. Gard, C. Munger, S. Schwarz, E. Hackman, P. Heitz, K. Hayslip, I.
Stephenson, C. Conrad, C. Bertsche.
To acquaint freshmen women with the activities and
functions on the UC campus is the purpose of Junior
Advisers. Qualified freshman and sophomore women
are selected in the spring to enter the Junior Adviser's
training program, which is planned in advance by for-
mer advisers and the Dean of Womenis Oflice. Fresh-
men meet their advisers on Orientation Day and con-
tinue to meet on a weekly basis for one month. At these
meetings UC organizations, activities, social standards,
and scholarship are discussed. Each year the freshmen
undertake a fashion show. Selection of new advisers
is the group's final function.
NIE 'S ADVI ORY COUNClL
MEN'S ADVISORY-Bottom Row: R. Nugent, M. McLaughlin, G. Scheuernstuhl, P. Santora
J. Hayes, J. Scully, Adviser, S. Shuster, L. Mueller, B. Chapman. Second Row: G. Armstrong
M. Doyle, M. Hayes, R. Muckenfuss, B. Davidson, N. Sanford, B. Broen, P. McKittrick, D
Itkoff, D. Washburn, N. Berte. Third Row: S. Isaac, M. White, B. Gaines, P. DiSalvo, R
Elmore, G. Pies, K. Smith, J. Ames, T. Fisher, D. Fulk. Fourth Row: J. Hughes, B. Bentz
R. Crandall, R. Irvin, D. Oberlin, J. Lewis, J. Pitstick, J. Comer, D. Beineke, H. Busch, B
O'Neil, S. Fountain. Fifth Row: L. Willey, P. McCleary, P. Marshall, R. Lane, H. Krueger
A. Wilson, S. Niswonger, D. Mileham, D. Ramge, J. Tyler, D. Marsh, J. Evans.
Helping freshman men make a successful transition
from a high school to a college atmosphere is the
function of the Men's Advisory Council. Each fresh-
man meets With his advisory group, composed of men
from the same college, for informal discussion of the
problems in adjusting to college life. The adviser in-
forms his group of UC traditions, scholastic require-
ments, and campus social conduct. Since the job of an
adviser entails great responsibility, only upperclassmen
who have maintained high scholarship and have evi-
denced an interest in the University are selected. The
new advisers attend a training session in the fall
DELTA SIGMA PI-L. Oliverio, Sec., B. Forrester, Vice Pres., D. Muir, Pres., R. Zimmer- '
man, R. Haley, Treas. Second Row: G. Doyle, R. Campbell, C. Longini, G. Hendricks, F.
Dietrich. Third Row: W. Evans, M. Schloss, I. Glazer, R. Chace, M. Offutt.
DELTA SIGMA PI
Delta Sigma Pi, international fraternity in the field
of business and commerce, was founded on the UC
campus in 1924. Its primary purposes are to foster the
study of business in universities and to promote high
standards of commercial ethics. Delta Sig's annual
professional activities include a tour ofthe Ford Motor
Company, a tour of the greater Cincinnati Airport,
instruction in the use of IBM high speed computers,
and speeches by prominent Cincinnati business and
professional men. Annual social events of Delta Sigma
Pi include Founder's Day Dance in the fall, the
Rose Dance in the spring, and a picnic in June.
PI CHI EPSILON-Bottom Row: L. Cahill, P. Stanfield. Second Row: S. Fels, S. Mills, S. Fels.
Pi Chi Epsilon serves to stimulate the interest and
enthusiasm of junior and senior Women in the fields
of business administration and engineering. Annually
the group gives a Strawberry Breakfast for all busi- A
ness administration senior Women, and a scholarship
to a freshman girl in the field.
Beta Alpha Psi, an honorary-professional account- V
ing fraternity, was established at UC in 1955 to pro-
mote the profession of accounting and its standards. '
Meetings provide a forum for discussion of the field P
of accounting among students, instructors, and pro- '
fessional men in the Cincinnati area.
BETA ALPHA PSI-Bottom Row: M. Treon, T reas.g W. Metzner, Vice Pres.g T. Lammert,
Pres., R. Rubin, Corr. Sec.g K. Lambert, Vice Pres. Second Row: L. Freeman, I. Kyle, A.
Jordan, H. Tate, J. Snow, F. Rothacker. Third Row: J. Wright, S. Kahn, M. Rose, J.
Sedgwick, M. Davis, D. Decker. , X
ALPHA KAPPA PSI-Bottom Row: R. Rubin, H. Frost, Sec., F. Breines, Pres., I. Bland,
Vice Pres., R. DeLon. Second Row: W. Jacobs, E. Freeman, J. Allen, M. Zipes, M. Davis.
Tlzzrd Row: I. Burns, C. Capron, S. Raine, B. Brenner, J. Wright.
A professional fraternity for upperclassmen in Busi-
ness Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi affords its
K A P I members an opportunity to further investigate the
realm of business. This year Eta chapter presented
a well planned program at which speakers discussed
various phases of business operation.
As its second national award for highest increase in
membership indicates, the Society for the Advancement
of Management provides a stimulating program for bus-
iness students interested in learning management skills.
Close contact with local businessmen and industry is
responsible for the success of SAM on this campus.
SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT--Bottom Row: Dr. Gore,
Adviser, C. Faneuff, Treas.g I. Burns, Sec.g J. Brehm, Pres., W. Jacobs, D. Mast, S. Klee.
Second Row: D. Allen, D. Ramanathan, M. Zipes, S. Wormser, N. Humphries, B. Zerkle, R.
Reed, J. Dailey. Third Row: B. Kim, C. Capron, W. Peak, D. Aukerman, D. Hawthorne,
R. Borst, J. McDonald, L. Oliverio. Fourth Row: R. Chace, W. Oliverio, F. Herschede, T.
Lammert, W. Moll, C. Sandberg, D. Urton, J. Scott.
ALPHA CHI SIGMA-Bottom Row: R. Rodefeld, C. Wehrfritz, Treas.g R. Willins, Pres.,
T. Becker, Vice Pres.g D. Seifert, Rec. Sec. Second Row: M. Richman, L. Engel, D. Wenner,
T. Leonard, D. Chalk. Third Row: B. Meyer, R. Deddens, D. Vieth, R. Shafer, E. Burkett.
The student branch of the American Institute of
Chemical Engineers provides technical discussions on
problems of interest to students in the chemical and
metallurgical engineering programs. In addition to
Weekly meetings the group participates in guidance
programs and a career symposium for seniors.
Advancement of the professions of chemistry and
chemical engineering is the goal of Alpha Chi Sigma
fraternity. Alpha Delta Chapter sponsors an annual
Christmas dance, picnics, and bowling parties. In addi-
tion, Alpha Chi Sigma presents an award each year
to the outstanding freshman in chemical engineering.
ALPHA CHI SIGM
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS-Bottom Row: R. Shafer, P.
Hemker, B. Deddens, Treas.g C. Zimmerman, D. Vieth, W. Wells, Chair.g C. Stuewe. Second
Row: T. Dixon, J. Deam, P. Russo, D. Haughaboo, G. Reynolds, W. Eister, G. Copen, M.
Rorick. Third Row: R. Willins, D. Chalk, C. Wehrfritz, R. Rodefeld, T. Leonard, G. Gandee,
D. Seifert, L. Moody. Fourth Row: I. Wiehe, R. Fay, L. Wise, B. Meyer, I. Steuernagel, I.
hroy, B. Chapman, E. Burkett.
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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF METALS-L. Sarver, Sec., R. Williams, Treas.g D. Veeth, J.
Bartol, Pres.g A. Cedilote.
Metallurgical engineers lind an informal atmosphere
to Widen their knowledge and meet their fellow stu-
dents in the American Society of Metals. Trips to
industrial sites, lectures, and Hlms are all in the
OF UC metals club agenda, aiding its members in fur-
thering their technical and social interests.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF METALS-Bottom Row: D. Chatiield, Chair.g J. Roherts, Sec.g
S. Gllby, W. Tholke, Adviser. Second Row: W. Wells, B. Lee, G. Springer, N. W11ey.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-Bottom Row: D. Barr, A. Balph, Sec.
R. Stanforth, Pres.g T. Swartebaugh, Vice Pres., R. Will, Treas.g T. Whaley. Second Row: J
Lathrop, R. Block, A. Gaskill, T. Sehwiers, R. Thomas, C. Sage, W. Kirby. Third Row
J. Westrick, J. Hathaway, G. Whipple, J. Gant, W. Ford, L. Hill, T. Lifer, D. Lower.
At the sectional meetings of the American Society of
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and various social functions throughout the year. .
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-Bottom Row: J. Hayes, C. Dial, Sec.,
G. Scheuernstuhl, Vice Pres.g R. Lang, Treas.g R. Cromwell. Second Row: R. Swisshelm, I.
Gilmore, D. Kolb, N. Brookhart, H. Newhouse. Third Row: I. Lestyk, D. Warrener, B. Starr,
I. Tonweber, R. VonFange, J. Jacob.
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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS-Bottom Row: W. Kunz, D.
Evans, Chair., J. Hasz, Treas.g I. Sherlock, Sec.g P. Colegrove. Second Row: L. Strine, J.
Wells, W. Niemeyer, R. Jacobs, R. Snyder. Third Row: R. Will, T. Petry, F. Wrenn, J. Rose,
E. Rollman, R. Warner.
Open to all students in good standing in the Mechan-
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society sponsors sectional parties and a spring picnic.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS-Bottom R0w.' D. Wilson, W.
Hiott, Corr. Sec., P. Dressing, Treas.g D. Duritsch, Chair., G. Denman, Rec. Sec., B. Keeling.
Second Row: A. Easterling, M. Claggett, M. Hamilton, W. Haberman, A. Iaisle, E. Warwick,
N. Pitocco, D. Gwin. Third Row: N. Norkaitis, D. Watson, H. Wise, W. Clendenin, K. Brill,
R. Henl-ce, G. Puening, D. Beverly, H. Creece.
The American Institute of
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS-INSTITUTE OF RADIO EN-
GINEERS-Bottom Row: J. Boehm, Treas.g J. Fanger, IRE Sec., J. LaVallee, AIEE Sec., D
Driver, Chair., D. Prager, R. King. Second Row.' G. Bell, L. Sisson, E. Corwin, M. Evers
L. Hyer, J. Michel, J. Straub. Third Row: J. Jansen, D. Bunger, W. Wagoner, L. White, S
Mraovich, D. Nieman, K. Burgess, H. Irick.
tute of Radio Engineers provides information on ca-
reers in these two fields. The institute's program con-
sists of movies, lectures, a graduate school symposium
and senior thesis panel meetings. Providing recre-
ation for the members are the section change parties
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS INSTITUTE OF RADIO EN
GINEERS-Bottom Row: J. Nelson, D. Zevan, P. Listerman, IRE Sec., P. Cook, Chair.,
W. Goddard, C. Hill, AIEE Sec. Second Row: J. Robison, T. Clem, I. Murphy, I. Roberts,
J. Smelker, J. Noftsger, D. Buechler. Third Row: E. Lowe, T. Woll, M. Barker, J. VanDyke,
J. Jacobs, B. Heile, J. Lampe, D. Roscoe.
SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS-Bottom Row: T. Aultz, F. Yauch, Treas.
Second Row: I. Avner, G. Bacon, D. Remke.
The Society of Automotive Engineers is an organiza-
tion for those interested in the research, design, and
production of vehicles. SAE's activities include spon-
soring an essay contest on automotive engineering,
a gas mileage run in cooperation with Tresler Oil
Company, and inspection tours of local industries.
SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS-Bottom Row: I. Peters, S. Shafer, Vice Pres.g
N. Adams, Pres., T. Nast, Sec.g B. Schnyder, Treas. Second Row: R. Snyder, D. Lee, T.
I ohani, J. Trudicks, B. Bishop, D. Turner.
INSTITUTE OF AEROSPACE SCIENCES-Bottom Row: J. Garrison, J. McDonel, Chair.
E. Goodrich, Treas.g D. Bowser. Second Row: J. Collier, M. Schira, W. Moyer, R. Lawrence
S. Powers, R. Guile.
The society for engineers, designers, and technical
specialists in the field of aviation is the Institute
of Aerospace Sciences. The objective of the student
chapter is to acquaint the student with recent de-
velopments in the lield through lectures, films, and E
field trips to aviation industries.
INSTITUTE OF AEROSPACE SCIENCES-Bottom Row: F. George, Treas.g R. Berke,
Chair., M. Ashcraft. Second Row: T. Rebbin, I. Crittenden, B. Arend.
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AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION-Bottom Row.' L. Shoemaker, A. Lich-
tenberg, C. Raforth, F. Silberstein, Vice Pres., J. Hughes, Pres., C. Swisher, Adviser, V
Stitzel, Sec.-Treas., L. Dunham, C. Trapp. Second Row: M. Owens, V. Brown, P. Krombach
M. Lowenthal, J. Lance, B. Koch, J. Raeder, S. Reed, J. Neckel. Third Row: G. Ratzman
J. Youngblood, P. Durbin, E. Mass, M. Brown, W. O'Keefe, L. Pavloif, W. Anderson, I
Geoppinger, H. Poessel. Fourth Row.' J. Strickmeyer, D. Ocleck, E. Walker, R. Irvin, J
Jansen, N. Macoudor, B. Hagan, B. Brower, R. Hickman, J. Cole, I. Simkins. Fifth Row
B. Kreyling, R. Tole, W. Shearer, J. Holtel, J. Budde, I. Murphy, J. Evans, V. Cable, M
Edwards, D. Blettner. Sixth Row: D. Bawen, M. Schepman, G. Spencer, W. Crawford, G
Shrive, D. Harrington, T. Duvall, D. Schneider, D. Meadows, P. McQuain.
A. PH. A.
K PPA EPSILON
Founded at UC in 1949, Kappa Epsilon is a profes-
sional pharmaceutical sorority. Rho chapter is active in
promoting high scholarship, cooperating with the fac-
ulty of the college, and providing social events for the
enjoyment of its members. Each year the group presents
an award to the outstanding sophomore in Pharmacy.
The many activities of the student branch of the Amer-
ican Pharmacy Association are designed to create
greater interest in the profession of pharmacy. Pub-
lication of the pharmacy newsletter and open houses
during Pharmacy week and on High School night
are annual projects of the association's members.
KAPPA EPSILON-Bottom Row: L. Shoemaker, Vice Pres., I. Lance, Sec., A. Lichtenberg,
Pres., C. Trapp, Treas., J. Raeder. Second Row.' S. Rud, B. Koch, L. Dunham, M. Lowenthal,
P. Krombach, V. Brown.
KAPPA P I
KAPPA PSI-Bottom Row: G. Spencer, C. Rafoth, Sec., R. Hickman, Vice Pres., W. Ander-
son, Pres.g R. Irvin, Treas., P. Spaccarelli, I. Weaver, Adviser. Second Row: R. Blankenbuchler,
W. O'Keefe, J. Geoppinser, M. Brown, I. Jansen, I. Strickmeyer, J. Simkins, B. Hagan. Third
Row: D. Bowen, N. Macondas, B. Kreyling, M. Schepman, I. Hughes, D. Blettner, M.
Edwards, I. Cole. Fourth Row: D. Meadows, P. McQuain, R. DuVa1l, W. Crawford, D.
Harrington, D. Gackouheimer, G. Shrive, V. Stitzel, V. Cable.
To promote the ideals of pharmacy, to practice fel-
lowship, and to foster scholarship and pharmaceutical
research are the goals of Beta Phi chapter of Kappa
Psi, a national pharmaceutical fraternity. In keeping
with these objectives the group provides a means for
the exchange of ideas and information. Question and
answer seminars, smokers, the Christmas dance, spring
formal, and initiation banquet unite the members
socially and professionally. Gifts of textbooks, food
for needy families, and awards to outstanding phar-
macy students are service projects of the fraternity.
CO-EP CLUB-Bottom Row: M. Schimpff, Treas., J. Huston, Pres., D. Topper, Vice Pres.
Second Row: M. Hauck, C. Steinbach, L. Olson, Sec., C. Bonnell.
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF
I TERIOR DECORATORS
Providing social fellowship for women in the colleges
of Engineering, Applied Arts, and Business Adminis-
tration is the function of Co-ep Club. Founded on the
UC campus in 1920, the club plans various activities
at informal meetings. Among the group's social func-
tions are card parties, swimming and skating parties.
The UC chapter of the National Society of Interior
Decorators is open to all students in the College of De-
sign, Art, and Architecture. Acquainting members
with representatives of the decorating profession by
providing field trips in the tri-state area is the funda-
mental purpose of the society.
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DECORATORS-Bottom Row: J. Brown, T.
O'Brien, J. Mundy, Treas.g D. Ashe, Chrm. of Bd., T. Dewey, Pres., I. Sukedes, Sec. Second
Row: M. Stoppleman, N. Bodenheimer, J. Young, S. Lantt, H. Wine. Third Row: I. Kattman,
R. Meede, K, Elliott, M. Richer, R. Schultz, W. Greeman. Fourth Row: G. Smith, Adviser,
D. Accito, Adviser, G. Hart, Adviser.
ASSOCIATION OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS-Bottom Row L Miller Corr Ses B Fisher
Vice Pres., F. Dost, Pres., H. Wine, Treas.g D. Crossen, Rec Sec Second Row I Masten
T. Schumacher, B. Brown, M. McMullen, M. Bartlow, S. Landt M Pinto Thud Row R
Schultz, G. Koch, C. Busener, I. Brown, R. Berger, D. Marsh W Freeman
At monthly meetings of the Association of Interior
Designers well known speakers from the Cincinnati
area discuss various problems encountered in the de-
signing profession. By providing a forum for discus-
sion of new ideas in the field, the association seeks
to interest students in designing careers.
The University of Cincinnati chapter of the Indus-
trial Design Institute provides additional educational
material to students interested in careers in indus-
trial design. Meetings feature symposiums and lively
student debate on design problems. Design seminars
and a Christmas display are projects of the group.
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN INSTITUTE-Bottom Row: R. Guernsey S Bloom Pres
Bollinger, D. Zeigler. Second Row: H. DeBahn, I. Luenberger R Whipperman S Waechter
T. Binzer, D. Laughridge.
ARETE-Bottom Row D Ring L Glassman, M. Patterson, Sec., C. Watanabe, Vice Pres.,
M Adler Pres I Bischoff Treas Second Row: S. Abbott, I. Dreskin, C. Burton, I. Rolfert,
M Pleasants C Naish S Mayer Third Row: R. Morgan, P. Punch, P. Turner, J. Rabe, C.
Arete emphasizes development of a professional atti-
tude in Women majoring in physical and health educa-
tion. This year found members enjoying activities in the
new ubumming room" in the remodeled Women's Gym
Building. Traditional activities include the Mother-
Daughter Banquet and the Christmas and spring parties.
The Home Economics Club is composed of two repre-
sentatives from each of the college's four areas of con-
centration: child developmentg textiles, clothing, and
business, food and nutritiong and teachers' education.
The program of the club is highlighted by the Spring
Fashion Show and a Senior Mother-Daughter Tea.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Bottom Row: C. Coyne, C. Sandman, Treas.g J. Parkins, Pres.g
R Leimenstoll S McCoy Second Row: W. Mattox, R. Barth, C. Prendergast, R. Heisler, I.
Hock T hzzd Row M Wessel S Korn, C. Goetz, L. Jackson, C. Hollaendar, P. Alloy.
KINDERGARTEN PRIMARY CLUB-Bottom Row: A. Manney, Adviser, N. Riehle, J.
Weise, Treas.g J. McGuinness, Pres., J. Byers, B. Warthen, Sec. Second Row: L. Roth, S.
Sondergelt, A. Bullock, J. Klappert, S. Hillman, J. Hathorn. Third Row: K. Rockhold, M.
Tracy, P. Genung, G. Latham, J. Woods, J. Vennemeyer, J. Greenfield.
To prepare future teachers to understand and meet the
needs of young children in the classroom is the goal
of the Kindergarten-Primary Club, a student branch
of the National Association for Childhood Educa-
tion. KP meetings vary from panel discussions and
idea sessions to informal lectures by faculty members.
Secondary-Elementary Club strives to develop proh
fessional attitudes in its members, improve student-
faculty relationships, and familiarize members with
typical problems in education. Serving also as a
social organization, SE Club fosters new friend-
ships through luncheons and philanthropic projects.
KI DERGARTE - PRI RY CLUB
ECO DAEY - ELEMENTARY CL E
SECONDARY-ELEMENTARY CLUB-Bottom Row: N. Howe, C. Sullivan, Treas.g E.
Kartye, Pres., . Blackburn, Vice Pres., B. Meckstroth, Corr. Sec.. Second Row: H. Schroeder,
E. Hackman, N. Johnson, E. Marsh, B. Triplett, C. McLaughlin.
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PHI EPSILON KAPPA-Bottom Row: B. Ware, R. Munz, R. Loebker, Pres.g J. Stacey, Vice
Pres.g T. Farrell, B. Lucy. Second Row: J. Mahan, B. Faul, F. Shaut, D. Six, J. Glensman,
J. Faul, L. Mullins, T. Chambers.
PHI EP ILO KAPP
TUDENT NURSES ORGA IZATIO
Any male student majoring in physical or health edu-
cation, with the required grade average, is eligible
for membership in Phi Epsilon Kappa, a national fra-
ternity. The group serves as a service organization by
taking underprivileged children to UC athletic events.
Alumni host visiting teams at the Bearcat games.
Open to all nursing students, the UC Student Nurses
Organization seeks to develop leadership potential
and create interest in the profession of nursing. Bi-
monthly meetings feature speakers from many Helds
of nursing. Members are also making preparations for
the State Convention of SNO to be held in Cincinnati.
STUDENT NURSES ORGANIZATION-Bottom Row: L. Reif, B. Miller, C. Reynolds,
Pres., A. Cook, Sec. Second Row: S. Johnson, B. Rogers, B. Lever, L. Tyson, J. Kreider.
CADUCEA-Bottom Row: M. Wilhelms, E. Stuebing, Vice Pres., A. Weiss, Pres.g J. Frey
Sec., A. Plohr. Second Row: K. Lutterbei, I. Gallagher, T. Barker, Treas.g T. Solomon, M
Kundrat. Third Row: S. Greenert, N. Cline, P. Hock, J. Bast, L. Burroughs, J. Burkhart.
A local organization for pre-medical students, Cadu-
cea endeavors to stimulate interest in the study of
medicine and to promote understanding between stu-
dents and faculty. In addition to monthly meetings
Caducea sponsors social events including a Christmas
party and a picnic.
The varied program of this newly formed club fea-
tures speakers from the UC department of English.
In an endeavor to stimulate the creative talents of
its members the club frequently has student speak-
ers. The highlight of this year was an informal meet-
ing with the 1962 UC Elliston Poet, John Press.
ENGLISH CLUB-Bottom Row: J. Robinson, Adviser, S. Fox, Sec., K. Crauder, Pres., P
Meyer, Treas. Second Row: W. Butt, J. Hill, D. Dreidame, T. Niehaus.
Ken Elder, corresponding secretary
Jan Mills, recording secretary
Judy French, vice president
Glenn Cooper, president
Kent Mergler, treasurer
STUDENT COUNCIL-Bottom Row: K. Mergler, Treas.g J. Mills, Sec.g G. Cooper, Pres.g
I. Hayes, K. Elder, Corr. Sec. Second Row: S. Lieberman, M. McCann, J. Krieg, I. Grafton,
L. Thielen, L. Kissel. Third Row: E. Voss, N. McCauley, B. Gaines, T. Petry, R. Seifried, T.
TUDE T COU CIL
It is the purpose of Student Council to supervise ac-
tivities within its scope and to coordinate student
affairs for the welfare of the University. In the spring
council members are elected from all colleges to rep-
resent student viewpoints at bi-weekly meetings. To
the various committees of Student Council are dele-
gated duties which cannot be efliciently handled by a
large group. Among these are the Budget committee and
the Grievance and Suggestion committee. In its second
year as a branch of the Student Council is the Student
Court, composed of students from UC's law school, who
handle disputes over driving and ID card violations.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
It is the difficult task of the Sophomore Class officers
to unite class members from the various colleges
and to carefully plan and organize activities for
the enjoyment of all students. A traditional event on
the UC campus is the Sophomore Class Mum Sale.
Committees appointed by the class oiiicers purchase
the mums and make corsages, which are sold to stu-
dents and faculty for the UC-Miami football game.
This year the sophomores also sponsored a Wash-
ingtonls Birthday Blast for all members of the class.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-Seated: D. Range, Pres.
Standing: S. Tobin, Vice Pres.5 A. Fisgus, Treas.g B. Schafer, Sec.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-R. Hill, Pres. Seated: S. Pathe, Vice Pres I Siler Treas
T. Sillman, Sec. '
Endeavoring to increase class spirit and participation
in class functions, this year's Junior Class officers
planned an ambitious program. March 3rd marked
the occasion of the annual junior class party. Intensive
planning resulted in an enjoyable time for all who at-
tended the Sock Hop. The traditional Junior Prom was
held this year on May 18th. Arrangements for the
Prom were made by various committees composed of
juniors appointed by the class officers. Plans were also
being made for a service project for the University.
.lUNIOR CLASS 0FFlCERS
Caroline Mu sfef ,vice president
Neal Berte, president
Ann Fry, secretary
- Jerry Rose, treasurer
The Senior Class officers are responsible for plan-
ning and coordinating the many activities in which the
seniors participate. Assisting the oiiicers is the Senior
Class Executive Council, composed of senior student
leaders. Selection of a class project and the planning
of senior Week topped the agenda at meetings of the
OmCCI'S and the council. Traditional activities of
senior week included the prom, an all-day picnic at
Coney Island, and the senior banquet. A class picnic
was also held in May in neighboring Burnet Woods.
SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COUNCILfB0ttom Row. N. Taylor C Traut P Elhot
Warthen, R. Leimenstoll. Second Row: M. ZIPGS, P. Hexsel, R. BIOWII J Teller C Demakes
ASSOClATl0N OF W0lVlEN STUDE T
ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN STUDENTS-Bottom Row: J. Shinkle, C. Coyne, Corr. Sec.g
B. Moeller, Vice Pres., G. Abbott, Pres., L. White, Rec. Sec.g B. Thayer, Treas. Second Row:
C, Stein, C. Watanabe, R. Heisler, E. Ringwald, J. Byers. Third Row: J. Hock, S. Mayer, N.
Fichman, C. McLaughlin, S. Korn, J. Lewis. Fourth Row: K. England, J. Rahe, C. Sullivan,
J. Bockhorst, M. Sweet, L. Shormaker, L. Schaffner.
The Association of Women Students is the governing
and co-ordinating body for all UC women. Its council
consists of representatives from the colleges and from
organizations having a minimum of 40? women mem-
bers. In its efforts to encourage education and good cit-
izenship the newly formed service committee sponsors
several projects. Among these are the Senior Women's
Strawberry Breakfast, Kampus King Dance, and a pro-
gram during Religious Emphasis Week. A.W.S. contri-
butes to Freshmen Orientation through its Junior Ad-
viser program. The Association's Residence Hall Com-
mittee plans uniform rules for women's housing units.
ARTS 8z SCIENCES TRIBUNAL-Bottom Row: A. Devlns Treas P Cholak Pres M
Johnson, Sec. Second Row: T. Slllman, T. Williams, T. Barker Vice Pres P Helsel D Hartig
The student government of the College of Arts and
Sciences is the Arts and Sciences Tribunal. Regu-
lation and coordination of all the college's activi-
ties is the tribunal's function. Social events spon-
sored by the group are the traditional Thanksgiving
and Christmas Open Houses for all A818 students.
Assisting in promoting student activities and regu-
lating events within the college is the function of
the Business Administration Tribunal. Participation
in the collegeis Orientation Day and Collegiate Day
are also duties of the tribunal. The members annu-
ally sponsor the Bus Ad Dance and a senior banquet.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TRIBUNAL-Bottom Ron W North Treas P Sayler
P. McCleary, Pres.g D. Mileham, Vice Pres.g B. Volz, B. Kock Sec Second Row D Zeff D
Arganbright, T. Seifert, W. Marshall, R. Elmore, I. Bruckmeyer A Malman
DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE AND ,ART TRIBUNAL-Bottom R0w.' E. Woliiey, Adviser,
P. Brookshire, Vice Pres., S. Baxter, Pres., J. Lehman, Sec., S. Shuster, Treas. Second Row:
C. Freyer, I. Sparks, W. Freeman, D. Lockwood, D. Karem, R. Metzger, P. Bow.
DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, A D
HOME ECO 0lVlIC ATRIBU AE
The Design, Art, and Architecture Tribunal coor-
dinates the student activities of the DAA College.
In addition to its governmental responsibilities the
DAA Tribunal plans a number of social events for
the benefit of the college. These include the annual
Christmas egg-nog party and the Beaux Arts Ball.
Composed of elected representatives from each class,
the Home Economics Tribunal regulates student ac-
tivities in the College of Home Economics. Included
on the tribunal's annual program are Career Night
for high school students interested in the college's
program and a luncheon for graduating seniors.
HOME ECONOMICS TRIBUNAL-Bottom Row: C. Coyne, R. Leimenstoll, Pres.g S. Korn,
greagdlgl. Wessel, Sec. Second Row: C. Gregersen, P. Alloy, A. Hudnall, Adviserg N, Orcutt,
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EDUCATIONAL TRTBUNAL-Bottom Row: E. Betz, Sec.g C. Traut, Pres.g L. Glassman,
Sec.g M. McCann, Vice Pres. Second Row: J. Hathorn, B. Ware, B. Coghill, Treas.g P.
Foertsch, B. Woellner, M. Bross.
Advising and promoting the various organizations
and activities of the college are among the responsi-
bilities of the Education Tribunal. The tribunal sponl
sors many functions to create better student-faculty
relationships -and further student interest in the col-
lege programs. Annual events include the Christmas
Tea, the Faculty Luncheon, a retreat for all tribunal
members, and a banquet honoring graduating seniors.
The tribunal is also active in stimulating interest in
educational careers among prospective UC students.
For this purpose members participate in Collegiate
Day and sponsor programs for future teachers.
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ENGINEERING TRIBUNAL-Bottom Row: G. Slater, Sec.g B. Broen, Pres.g J. Taylor,
Treas. Second Row: J. Coy, P. Miller, D. Vieth, G. Scheuernatuhl, W. Wells.
Acting as a liaison between the administration and
the student body of the College of Engineering is the
Engineering Tribunal. Each class is represented on
the tribunal, which coordinates all student activities
G Within the various departments of the college. An-
nually the tribunal sponsors the Engineers Ball.
ENGINEERING TRIBUNAL-Bottom Row: T. Petry, Vice Pres.g J. Burns. Second Row:
J. McDonel, R. Stanforth, J. Howard. -
NURSING 84 HEALTH TRIBUNALfBottom Row: M. Sukrow, P. Ebel, Treas.g A. Loutzen-
heiser, Pres., J. Benham, Sec.g, L. Thlelen, J. French. Second Row: J. Engel, E. Ringwald, S.
Shannon, C. Brown, C. Schneider, A. Cook, N. McCracken, A. Fitzgerald, J. Miller.
The coordination of all events pertaining to student
nurses is carried out by the Nursing and Health
Tribunal. Among the many activities which the tri-
bunal sponsors are the Christmas Convocation and
the Nurses Formal. The group also participates in the
col1ege's orientation program and the graduation tea.
At bi-monthly meetings the members of Pharmacy Tri-
bunal plan combined social and professional activities.
In addition to encouraging good scholarship and stu-
dent-faculty relations the tribunal sponsors an orienta-
tion party for freshmen. The alumni homecoming, a
picnic, and an annual dance are sponsored by the group.
NURSING AND HEALTH TRIBUNAL
PHARMACY TRIBUNAL-Bottom Row: R. Hickman, Treas.g L. Pavloff, Vice Pres., W.
Brower, Pres., M. Hoevel, Adviser, L. Shoemaker, Sec. Second Row: S. Rud, B. Koch, L.
Dunham, A. Lichtenberg, V. Brown. Third Row: G. Ratzman, D. Blettner, J. Cole, J. Hughes,
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE TRIBUNAL-Bottom row: I. Henderson, B. Dabney, C. Schmink.
Second row: E. Voss, E. Shea.
- , The University College ,Tribunal is .in charge of or-
ganizing student events in the newly formed Uni-
U IVERSITY COLLEGE TRIBUNAL
versity College. The members endeavor to 'create a
collegiate spirit among the two year students by spon-
soring various social events. The Tribunal also assists
in the University Collegels Orientation program.
- Aiding in the distribution of funds to student organiza-
tions is the Budget Board, composed of five Student
Council members and four faculty members appointed
' by the president of the University. After the organiza-
tions have turned in their budgets, the Board allots
funds according to the group's needs.
BOARD OF B DGET
BOARD OF BUDGETS-Bottom row.' C. Vogel, L. Johnson, N. Geis. Second row.' M. Wessel,
G. Cooper, K. Mergler, J. French.
ORIENTATION BOARD-Bottom Row.' J. Mills, T. Blake, Pres., L. M. Johnson. Second
Row: W. Nester, J. Norton, McCann, L. Mueller.
The Orientation Board Welcomes and acquaints new
students with the University's campus and activities,
establishes cordial student-faculty relations, and co-
ordinates all UC orientation programs. Collegiate
Day, University Night, and Fall Orientation Week
are 'included in the Board's program.
.To promote high standards through 'a well balanced
social program for UC is the purpose of the Social
Board, a student4faculty branch of the student gov-
ernment. Services of its members include providing
a social' calendar, preparing a party booklet, and act-
ing as a liaison in planning all-University functions.
0RlE TATIU BOARD
SOCIAL BOARD-Bottom Row: J. Benham, P. Elliott, Chairmang M., Osinske, H. Sekinger.
- Second Row: I. Cohen, R. Brown, I. Gibbs, I. Krieg.
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UNION BOARD-Bottom Row: E. Betz, B. Bizzarri, D. Dell, L. Gwinnutt, K. Niehaus, S.
Hayes. Second Row: L. Johnson, F. Brewer, D, Itkoff, B. Hunt, B. Heyman, F. Etges, RJ
Hornyak, R. Bursiek, W. Nester.
A wide variety of events are sponsored by the UC Stu-
dent Union in an effort to provide cultural, recre-
ational, and social programs for students. This year
the Union celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary on
campus with a gala two week program. Events of
the celebration included free lunch in the grill, art
films, and free musical concerts. The Union designs
its programs to appeal to all phases of student in-
terest and describeshitself as the "center of campus
activity." The Union is governed by the Union Board
and is under the directorship of Dr. Floyd Brewer.
Barbara H unt, assistant director
The Union portico serves as a popular
get-together spot for students after class.
Ken Niehaus, Union Board president
BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS
Coordination among the various campus publications
is effected by the Board of Publications, composed of
student representatives, the Vice-President of the Uni-
versity, the Director of Public Relations, and the pub-
lication advisers. The board keeps check on the qual-
ity and progress of each publication. Its other prin-
ciple function is to annually select the editors and
business managers of the CINCINNATIAN, the PRO-
FILE, the NEWS RECORD, and the STUDENT
DIRECTORY. The group provides a valuable sound-
ing board for problems 'encountered by the editors and
is vitally concerned in matters alfecting all publications.
BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS-Bottom Row: L. Theilen, Sec.g M. Meyers, Chair.g S. Hayes,
C. Demakes, I. Schumann. Second Row: J. DeCamp, L. Rockwood, R. Bursiek, L. Kissel, M.
Foster, C. Yarbrou h, P. Bisho B. Woellner.
Malcolm Foster, NEWS RECORD and Louis Rockwood, CINCINNATIAN and TELEPHONE
PROFILE adviser DIRECTORY adviser
Pl DELTA EPSILON
PI DELTA EPSILON-Bottom Row: C. Demakes, Vice Pres., A. Stith, Treas.g S. Hayes,
Pres., M. Meyers, Sec. Second Row: B. Woellner, B. Strawbridge, L. Jones, P. Moenster.
Third Row: B. Bowling, W. Butt, D. Klene, K. Eastin, M. Diersing.
The goal of all journalists on the staffs of the CIN-
CINNATIAN, the NEWS RECORD, the PROFILE,
and the STUDENT DIRECTORY is the honor of
being tapped for Pi Delta Epsilon, a national jour-
nalistic honorary organization. At Christmas, and
late in the spring, oflicers initiate new members. Since
1925 when the local chapter was founded, Pi Delts
have helped promote student participation in under-
graduate publications. In addition to fostering these
literary activities, the members sponsor an open house
for all students interested in working on publications
and hold annnual Christmas and Spring banquets.
Chris Demakes, editor-in-chief
CINCINNATIAN stay? members can be found at picture taking sessions
in Wilson Auditorium any Sunday afternoon in the late fall months.
The 1962 CINCINNATIAN came into being amid the
hectic atmosphere of noon lunches, Friday night deadline
sessions, and day-long pushes when staff members cut
classes to see the yearbook finished. From the first general
and unformed ideas of the new editor and staff a book was
finally born-a fusion of idealism and practicality which
reflected the staff as Well as the University. Starting with a
large and enthusiastic force as the beginning of the year,
the help imperceptibly began to dwindle. Those who were
left to shoulder the burden were the ones to whom the
yearbook was more than just an activityg it was an integral
part of their lives, and in it they saw ideas take form. It was
a long year, beset sometimes by frustration and setbacks,
yet at the same time uniquely satisfying to all those who
devoted their time and energy to make the 1962 CINCIN-
NATIAN another outstanding yearbook in UC tradition.
John Watson, business manager
Deadline time finds a crowded and littered office
as editors consult one-another to finish sections.
CINCINNATIAN-Bottom Row: D. Argabright, W. Butt, P. Moenster, A. Stith, C. Demakes, Editor, D. Wolf, T. Barker. Second
Row: B. Bizzarri, C. Ryan, N. Beamer, B. Hurst, M. Vennemeyer, D. Brooks, P. Ryan, D. Dreidame. Third Row: F. Milch, R. Schott,
W. Zettel, J. Pask. T. Nies, K. Eastin, L. Bradford, B. Ain, J. Shupack.
Editor-in-chief ....... CHRIS DEMAKES
Associate Editor-Designer .... ANITA STITH
Production Manager . . . CHARLES YARBROUGH
Copy Editor ........ NANCY BEAMER
Art Editor .... , , , DALE WOLF
Photography Editor ...... WARREN BUTT
Seniors Editor ...... PHYLLIS MOENSTER
Academic Editors . BONNIE BIZZARRI, SHEILA SOMERS
Sports Editor ....... DAVE ARGABRIGHT
Royalty Editor ....... DIANE DREIDAME
Administrative Assistant . . . . BETSY HURST
Index Editor .... . . . PAT RYAN
Typmg Editor . . . DIANE BROOKS
Business Manager .... . . JOHN WATSON
Assistant Business Manager . . . TAYLOR BARKER
Circulation Manager .... DAN CARMICHAEL
Exchange Editor . . . GINNY FOSTER
Jr. Art Editor . . . . CAROL MOGOY
Editorial Associate ....... PATTIE BOW
GENERAL STAFF-Jean Grable, Ruth Schott, Helen
Mueller, Diane Hall, Inez Washabaugh, Charlotte Mc-
Graw, Jim Pask, Les Bradford, Bill Zettel, Susy Hayes,
Bill Ireland, Nancy Koch, Diane Dreidame, Johanna
DeCamp, Bonnie Betscher, Judi Pinkerton, Joann
Schupack, Barbara Ain, Colleen Ryan, Margo Venne-
meyer, Linda Schwartz, Martha Curtsinger, Gretchen
Molitor, Lynne Calvin, Jan Meister, Beth Rotig, Fran-
cine Milch, Ruth Dauherty, Joann Jessup.
Bonnie Bizzarri, academics
Sheila Somers, academics
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Dan Carmichael, circulation
Warren Butt, photography Anita Stith, associate-designer
Phyllis M oenster, seniors
Nancy Beamer, copy
Pat Ryan, index
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Editors, reporters, copyreaders, ad men, and typists
work throughout the year to produce thirty interesting
and informative issues of NEWS RECORD. Presenting
a panoramic View of campus life, the paper reports and
comments on all scholastic, social, and athletic events
of the year, and recognizes the achievements of both
students and faculty members. Well in advance of the
Monday night deadline, the staif meets to confer on
problems and discuss editorial material. When pressure
mounts in the busy oliices, staff members adjourn to
the Grill for a quick coifee break. Also providing re-
lief from hectic deadlines are the annual stair parties.
Marilyn Meyers, business manager
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Bill Young, copy
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Sue Heil, social
Hank Graden, sports
. . . SUsY HAYES
. BONNIE WOELLNER
. . . DICK KLENE
. BILL STRAWBRIDGE
. GLENN STOUP
. HANK GRADEN
. . AL QUIMBY,
. . . .SUE HEIL
. ROGER LECOMPTE
. KATHY FARAGHER
Cathy Coyne, circulation
Business Manager . . . . MARILYN MEYERS
Local Advertising Manager .... KEN NIEHAUS
National Advertising Manager . . BILL DONAHOO
Circulation Manager ...... CATHY COYNE
Accounting Manager . . . . MARGARET COX
Office Manager . . . MARY LOU DIERSING
Typing Editor ...... CAROL HOUSEMAN
Co-technica1Eds. . JOE LYB1K,MARGO VENNEMEYER
Copy Editor . . ...... BILL YOUNG
Librarian . . . . . CAROLYN CLAY
Photographers . ..... ERICH MENDE,
ERNIE BIRGE, PAUL JONES
Monday afternoons find News Record editors and slag hard at work typing
writing, telephoning, and proofreading to produce the weekly sixteen page issue
NEWS RECORD-Bottom Row: B. Strawbridge, S. Heil, M. Meyers, S. Hayes, B. Woellner
D. Klene. Second Row: C. Ryan, B. McCarthy, T. Elo, D. Wolf, J. Jansen, C. Houseman
M. Vennemeyer. Third Row: K. Faragher, M. Diersing, C. Coyne, E. Mende, J. Fey, T. Nies
S. Harper, J. Lybik.
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UIC TELEPHONE DIRECTORY-Bottom Row: C. McLaughlin, I. Schumann, Editorg P.
Bishop, J. Byers. Second Row: H. Bavely, Adviserg K. Goertemiller, D. Schumann, J. Jansen,
The staff which compiles the STUDENT DIREC-
TORY performs an important service to the entire
University. The directory includes the names, ad-
dresses, phone numbers, and colleges of all students.
In addition, the faculty members, the presidents of
all organizations, and the oliices of campus activ-
ities are listed. The staff compiles this extensive
information after fall registration. When page proofs
come back from the printer the thousands of entries
must be thoroughly checked before final printing.
This year the directories were received in Decem-
ber and were distributed before Christmas vacation.
TELEPHO E DIRECTORY
Jane Schumann, editor and
Checking and Typing names keeps staff members busy in the fall. Peggy Bishop, business manager
Lynn Jones, editor
Larry Kissel, business manager
PROFILE-Bottom Row: J. Hill, L. Jones, Editor, K. Staub, A. Stith. Second Row: B.
Strawbridge, J. Rae, K. Eastin, I. Fey, S. Sherrill.
This year the campus literary magazine, the PROFILE,
gave free rein to an imaginative art staif and literary
contributors to publish two issues featuring unique
material. Among serious articles and poems were in-
terspersed satires on campus customs and cartoons.
With this format the PROFILE attempted to re-
awaken interest in a much neglected publication.
Whether the readers cussed or discussed the PROFILE
was of secondary interest to the dedicated staff mem-
bers, who were seeking to persuade students that
good writing need not be dull and that satire is
a valid form of criticism of institutions and events.
CO-OP ENGINEER-Bottom Row: R. Taylor, I. Taylor, B Rutherford T Myers Editor
N. McCauley, T. Driscoll. Second Row: A. Petul, E. Jurevic I Trud1cks J Tyler H Bundy
R. Driscoll, S. McCauley, P. Miller, H. Moreno.
Published quarterly by engineering students, the CO-
OPERATIVE ENGINEER features articles of techni-
cal interest to the students. Also included are essays,
science fiction, and coverage of activities of the engi-
neering honoraries. Assisting in the publication of
CO-OP ENGINEER is the Engineering Tribunal.
PROOFPRESS is the decorous student publication of
the College of Design, Architecture, and Art. Mr. Kes-
selhaut is smashing some type, Mr. Dutton is covering
a rip in his coat, Mr. O'Neil is in a hand-crafted denim
shirtg Mr. Cain is smoking a Gold Label J aguarg and
Mr. Lipman is in a Brooks Brothers jacket.
PROOFPRESS-A. Kesselhaut, D. Dutton, B. O'Neil, I . Cain, B Lip a
INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATORS-Bottom Row: M. Murphy, P. Boyles, M. Greenberger,
Pres.g J. Miller, Vice Pres., L. Schaffner, Sec.-Treas. Second Row: R. Haneberg, R. Ulrich,
E. Kidwell, C. Becker, M, Lomiski, S. Windmueller.
The national inter-collegiate debate topic for 1961-
1962 was Resolved: That Labor Organizations should
be under the jurisdiction of anti-trust legislation. The
nucleus of the debate squad was composed of Mark
Greenberger, Linda Schalfner, Janet Miller, and Pat
Boyles. The UC debate team hosted the TKA Regional
Debate Tournament in November and the All-Ohio
College Novice Debate Tournament in April. The
group greatly increased the number of meets this year
by including tournaments at Purdue, Pittsburgh, Louis-
ville, Ohio State, Buffalo, and Bellarmine. Members
ofthe team benefited from training in public speaking.
C0lVll G COMMITTEE
VIECOMING-Bottom Row: M. McLaughlin, C. Hanson, Sec., R. Leirnenstoll, A. Har-
in, Chair., A. Devins, Chair., K. McKay, B. Bolan, H. Krueger. Second Row: B. Neel,
onner, J. Fickenscher, K. Ferguson, K. Keller, J. Teller, J. Grafton, M. McCann, L.
lin, H. Sekinger, K. Ladd, Third Row: G. Lewis, Adviser, D. Jacob, J. Stonecipher, C.
isin, A. Willman, L. Moore, C. Coyne, T. Harsham, K. Keiser, P. Heitz, B. Risch, D.
ly. Fourth Row: B. Meckstroth, J. Siler, H. Feller, G. Armstrong, K. Smith, S. Tichenor,
Jervers, G. Scheuernstuhl, M. Doyle, R. Elmore, B. Donohoo, D. Oberlin.
In charge of planning the 1961 Homecoming were co-
chairmen Al Harmann and Ann Devins. Throughout
the spring and summer preliminary arrangements were
made by the chairmen of the publicity, ticket, queen,
float and dance committees for the October celebra-
tions. Reviewing the rich cultural heritage of the
Queen City, this year's theme was "Ways and Days in
Cincinnati." After the colorful parade and the UC-
Houston game were long over, students gathered at
Castle Farms to dance to the music of the Lionel
UNIVER ITY GLEE CL B
The University Singer's rendition around the Christmas tree proved to
be a great hit on the Glee Club-Chorus combined Christmas program.
Consisting of ninety students from nine different col-
leges on campus, all University Glee Club members
share one characteristic-the love of singing. Meeting
three times weekly in Wilson Auditorium, their music
varies from that of classic composers to modern mu-
sicians. The Glee Club has within itself two smaller
singing groups: the University Singers, a mixed group,
and the Menis Octet. Also begun this year was a Uni-
versity Chorus, which meets twice weekly. Outstanding
events of the year were performances with the Cincin-
nati Symphony Orchestra and a between-semester tour
through Northwestern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.
The social calendar included a Christmas party and
a spring Dinner-Dance at the Netherland-Hilton.
Donna George accompanies as Glee Club members ' W
prepare for between-semester tour.
Robert L. Garretson
GLEE CLUB-Bottom Row: -C. Murray, J. Goetz, N. Frank, S. Williamson, C. Dyer, S
Cooper, L. Gant, R. L. Garretson, H. Mueller, C. Shannon, P. Theile, B. Boston, P. Wong
A. Nathan, S. Johnson. Second Row: C. Grogg, J. Domer, J. Theile, K. Hasz, A. Olson, P
Walls, B. Barrow, J. Schneller, B. Camins, B. Kipp, K. Schneider, J. Klappert, L. Reif, K
Fox, B. Gotter, P. Nebolsky, J. Kreider, F. Schmidt. Third Row: C. Demakes, R. Simon, E
Glazer, L. Danner, C. Foster, N. Hough, D. George, N. Coleman, N. Jennings, K. Long, C
Tonford, G. Cass, K. Hill, D. Kapphahn, J. Kimery, P. Waddell, J. Land, R. Blankenbuehler
P. Dunkel. Fourth Row: L. Seybert, J. Ames, G. Furey, D. Stephenson, D. Argabright, J
Pride, J. Olpp, T. Hitchens, D. Flanders, F. Ro-tter, R. Hodapp, J. Fischer, M. Green, F
Butler, J. Ireland, D. Henson, V. Wegelin, W. Poplarchek, G. Air, K. Smith, H. Hines, G
Prichard, B. Wood.
To spread its welcome sounds and arouse a
more enthusiastic interest in music, Direc-
tor Robert Hornyak divides the University
of Cincinnati Band into specialized smaller
groups. The spirited marching band, featur-
ing baton twirlers, majorettes, and the fam-
ous Bearkittens precision marching group,
enlivens halftime festivities at the fall and
Winter football and basketball games. Ap-
pealing to the diversihed musical interests of
all students is the UC concert band. At its
three annual concerts this band includes in its
program semi-classical favorites and popular
show tunes. Membership in either band is
open to students displaying musical -ability.
The band traditionally marches into a CINC Y formation
at football halftimes as the alma mater is sung.
Bandsmen lead the Homecoming
parade down clifton Avenue,
MARCHING BAND-Bottom Row: G. Goesling, D. Moeller, M. Nagelson, P. Gigley, B. Marshall, P. Hepp, M. Wittenberg, C. Stratt-
man. Second Row: D. Wegener, M. Bertram, T. Fudge, P. Radkey, T. Sisson, M. Mudge, P. Wood, B. Berry, L. Hothem, J. Stephens,
D. Spaulding, G. Schirmer, P. Bock. Third Row: K. Koppenhaver, .T . Skinkle, O. Britton, B. Ellis, A. Love, C. Clum, R. Turnbull, R. Hill
B. Hill, J. Montgomery, P. Robbins, J. Lester, M. Parasiliti, N. Orlemann. Fourth Row: C. Benson, T. Pierce, I. Neckel, J. Stevens, C
Humphrey, P. Francey, L. Gall, J. Bever, A. Kressler, F. George, B. Wergowske, N. Sanford, J. Swain. Fifth Row: J. Lee, J. Hess, N
Brosee, S. Fox, N. Huppertz, M. Schomburg, L. Shuman, T. Steinberger, B. Gendelman, C. Leighty, B. Gerros, L. Burton, C. Bereskin
B. Buckley. Sixth Row: J. Yokey, D. Davidson, A. Brill, M. Dunn, C. Lingo, R. Cost, A. Schmidt, C. Black, P. Reed, S. Sondergelt, S
Wiegand, A. Liles. Seventh Row: S. Goyert, R. Proctor, D. Haffner, J. Plate, D. Kelley, H. Kellner, B. Schutte, J. Borchelt, J. Hahn, S
Thomas, I. McClellan, E. Kern. Eighth Row: J. Appleman, M. Hartenian, B. Brock, H. Kabakoff, J. Turk, T. Lakin, D. Hoover, B. Van-
Nortwick, K. Sams, L. Walker, D. Maier, C. Cade, H. Blesi, J. Brunsman. Ninth Row: D. Taylor, S. Iliff, I. Signom, K. Graves, L. Brown
J. Williamson, S. Strider, P. Cornett, L. Robbins, B. Durkee, D. Corwin, B. Langsdale, G. Foster, H. Yokel. Tenth Row: R. Hornyak
Directorg M. Wagner, S. Fletcher, C. Metz, G. Rutenschroer, B. Stephenson, F. Howard, B. Knapp, J. Kuhlman, K. West, D. Wergow-
ske, G. Bolinger, P. Tippett, D. Dubuque, E. Eisert.
BEARCAT PEP BAND-Bottom Row: W. Marshall, I. Bever, S. Cluxton, P. Gigley, I. Borchelt, L. Gall, A. Brill, L. Burton
J. McClellan, J. Hahn, D. Haffner, J. Robinson. Second Row: J. Appleman, J. Brunsman, B. Knapp, O. Britton, F. George
W. Wergowske, J. Montgomery, A. Love, P. Robbins, T. Sisson, R. Berry, J. Stephens. Third Row: G. Bolinger, F. Howard
T. Lakin, W. Durkee, D. Hoover, L. Robbins, N. Smith, D. -Corwin, J. Turk, S. Fletcher, P. Tippett, K. West, C. Metz
Fourth Row: D. Taylor, Director.
The Pep Band and their mascot, Yogi Bearcat, rally
the 'Cats on to another NCAA Championship.
The sounds of UC ight songs fill the vast
expanse of L0uisville's Freedom Hall.
KAPPA KAPPA PSI-Bottom Row: Wergowske, Treas M Mudge Vice Pres
George, Pres.g L. Brown, Sec.g R. Maier. Second Row: L Burton S Fox G Bollnger
C. Leighty, D. Corwin, N. Sanford.
Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary band fraternity, annually
engages in service projects for the band and sponsors
social activities for its members. Projects include the
construction of a band float and an award to the out-
standing band freshman. The social agenda features
an Initiation Banquet, theater parties, and picnics.
In addition to service to the band, the purpose of Tau
Beta Sigma is to honor bandswomen who are outstand-
ing in scholarship, leadership, character, and musical
ability. After a fall rush party for eligible candidates,
new pledges are announced at the Band Sponsor Ban-
quet. Initiation of the pledges is held in the spring.
TAU BETA SIGMA-Bottom Row: C. Metz, S. Sondergelt Treas I McClellan Pres I
Bever, S. Fansler. Second Row: R. Procter, M. Schomburg, K West D Wergowske J Bor
chelt, P. Robbins.
BEARKITTENS-Bottom row: E. Kern, H. Blesi, M. Hill, G. Foster, D. Dubuque, M. Wag-
ner, S. Iliff, M. Hartenian. Second Row: D. Wegener, N. Orelmann, C. Bereskin, B. Buckley,
A. Liles, S. Goyert, J. Yockey, J. Lee, G.'Shirmer. Third Row: J. Shinkle, P. Purdy, M. Para-
siliti, K. Koppenhaver, J. Hess, J. Elder, I. Elder, J. Swaim, P. Block.
Support, participation, and an "added attractionv are
supplied by the appearance of the UC Bearkittens at
BE every home football and basketball contest. The mem-
bers of this precision marching unit are selected at
the annual fall try-outs on the basis of personal at-
tractiveness and marching ability.
Each spring tryouts are held for positions on the UC
cheerleading squad. It is the task of these energetic
students to arouse school spirit at all home football
and basketball games. This year the cheerleaders trav-
eled with the basketball team to the Christmas Holiday
Tournament and to Evansville.
CHEERLEADERS-Bottom Row: G. Stamler, ,T. Connelly, D. Roberts. Second Row: I.
Heffner, B. Watts, C. Hoffeld, S. Conners, S. Hauser, S. Cornelius.
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MUMMERS GUILD-Bottom Row: L. Reams, Vice Pres.g
D. VonHoene, Pres.g E. Schuler.
Second Row: N. Pundsack, B. O,Neil, Ses.g J. Hess, D. Delong.
The oldest continually productive dramatic organiza-
tion in Cincinnati, the Mummer's Guild provides stu-
dent experience in all phases of drama. This year the
Guild celebrated its 40th anniversary with a season of
outstanding offerings, including "The Skin of Our
Teeth", "The Play's the Thing", and "Guys and Dolls".
The newly formed spirit club rallies UC students dur-
ing the fall and winter football and basketball games.
Enterprising club members formed a Hash card section
for the Bearcat games, and with the UC Boosters co-
sponsored the student migration to Evansville for the
UC-Bradley MVC play-oi game.
SPIRIT BOARD-Bottom Row: N. Fichman, T. Nies, M.
sheets, M. Meretta, T. Meretta, L. Wright.
Bradley. Second Row: J. Dicken-
STUDENT RELIGIOUS CQUNCIL-Bottom Row: J. Lathrop, Treas.g B. Triplett, L. Wood-
ruff, Chair., G. Parker, Adviser, R. Ulrich, Corr. Sec., M. Diersing. Second Row: E. Kidwell,
A. Myers, C. Conrad, E. Schmidt, R. Goodman, W. Kindsvatter, C. Demakes. Third Row:
S? Igogman, D. Beineke, S. Greenert, E. Womack, J. Nimmo, L. White, D. Stevenson,
Composed of representatives from all UC religious
foundations, the YWCA, and YMCA, the Student
Religious Council encourages cooperation among re-
ligious groups. On behalf of all religious groups the
SRC sponsors numerous events that challenge the
student to examine his religious convictions. Fore-
most of these events is the annual Religious Emphasis
Week, which features speakers from the major faiths
at all-campus convocations. The World University
S Service also benefits from the council's sponsorship
of the WUS auction, at which services and gifts from
various campus groups are sold. Proceeds of the auc-
tion go to needy foreign students.
RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK-Bottom Row: B. Bolan Co Treas C Traut Co Chair
B. Triplett, Chair., A. Fuell, Sec. Second Row: M. Schverman C Bretz J Mills D Mullins
P. Santora, L. Schaffner.
To stimulate religious thought and discussion among
students is the purpose of the annual Religious Empha-
sis Week. At REW convocations clergymen represent-
ing the principal faiths discussed this year's theme MEX-
ploring the Nature of God." In addition to all-campus
convocations, REW sponsors informal discussions.
The Baptist Student Fellowship encourages the de-
velopment of religious values in the atmosphere of a
group united by religious and social activities. The
varied program of the fellowship is highlighted by the
Halloween and Christmas parties, after-the-game so-
cials and the Windup Banquet, concluding the year.
BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP-Bottom Row: J. Howard Treas J Lathrop Co-Pres
H. Hines, Vice-Pres.g P. Horan, Co-Pres., B. Gregersen. Second Row C Gregersen K Wood
S. Horan, J. Jansen, H. Lathrop. Third Row: G. Parker, Adviser G Ahlgren P Bagnal
Y. Lant, Rev. Barlow, Adviserg R. Hornyak, Adviser.
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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION-Bottom Row: Rev. Rasch, Adviser, J. Crews, L. Lalosh,
Treas C Adams Sec W Greer, Pres. Second Row: N. Riley, L. Kerr, J. Johnson, K.
Burgess M Green G Jackson M. Patterson.
Founded at UC in 1959, the Baptist Student Union
holds its meetings each Wednesday in the Student
Union. In conjunction with greater Cincinnati Baptist
churches the BSU offers a program to promote the
spiritual and moral growth of its members. Retreats
in May, June, and August are held.
Episcopal students on campus meet on Sunday eve-
nings at the Canterbury Club home on Clifton Avenue.
Under the direction of Rev. John Clark, the group
is in its eleventh year at UC. The clubis numerous
activities include lectures, discussion groups, movies,
and social events held throughout the year.
CANTERBURY Bottom Row D. Reckner, J. Elbert, D. Rhein, A. Leister, A. Patterson,
W Kmdsvatter Second Row J Clark, P. Dunakin, S. Greenert, D. Findley, J. Morrison,
W Klrb A Ada n.
EASTERN ORTHODOX FELLOWSHIP-Bottom Row: P. Yarosh, P. Topping, Adviser,
Father C. Mitsos, C. Demakes,, Pres. Second Row: J. Parthenakis, R. Karpovich, Vice Pres.,
N. Maroudxas, N. Parthenakis.
Founded this year to provide a religious outlet for
Orthodox Christian students at UC, the Eastern Ortho-
dox Fellowship maintains a religious, educational, and
social program for its members. The group, composed
of students of Greek, Russian, Serbian, Syrian, and
Macedonian descent, meets monthly in the Union.
At its Sunday evening meetings the United Student
Fellowship welcomes all students who are ,interested in
discussing the implications of being a good Christian
in modern society. In addition to weekly meetings, the
diversified activities of the group include special reli-
gious services, social events, and sports tournaments.
EASTER 0RTHODOX EELLEWSHIP
UNITED TUDE T FELLOWSHIP
UNITED STUDENT FELLOWSHIP-Bottom Row: D. Adam, A. Fuell, S. Stuckey, Vice-
Pres., I. Dietrich, M. Diersing, Sec. Second Row: B. Stuckey, D. Kah, Pres., D. Klene, D.
Cahall, M. Haines, Treas.g H. Skiff.
HILLEL-Bottom Row: B. Ain, J. Yarmove, N. Levy, Pres., C. Wise, Sec., R. Goodman,
Vice-Pres. Second Row: S. Gumenick, J. Shuipack, H. Weinstein, R. Goldberger, F. Milch.
Third Row: D. Walters, S. Fox, H. Lutchin, A. Leff, W. Zettel.
The promotion of religious, social, and cultural activi-
ties for Jewish students is the function of Hillel. In-
cluded in the group's program are Friday evening serv-
ices, Wednesday noon luncheons, and open houses.
Stunt Night, a skit competition between several sorori-
ties and fraternities, was initiated this year.
The Lutheran Foundation offers a coordinated pro-
gram of Christian Fellowship and encourages student
L A D discussion of religious problems. In addition to the
annual Halloween party, a Christmas dinner, the
Valentine Dance, and a Cleveland Weekend, the
group sponsors ice skating parties and square dancing.
LUTHERAN FOUNDATION-Bottom Row: E. Schumacher, D. Inks, N. Johnson, L. Mil-
brant. Second Row: A. Kressler, T. Robinson, R. VonFarge, Rev. Seymour, Adviser.
NEWMAN CLUB-Bottom Row: E. Burkett, M. Faeth, Corr. Sec.g G. Plogman, Pres.
Father McCarthy, Chaplaing S. Wolter, M. Bookmeyer, M. Kemner. Second Row: M. Sullivan
C. Prendergast, D. Burnside, D. Kemen, W. Abanto, D. Harcourt, G. Spoekrer. Third Row
E. Berry, J. Sandman, S. Schwind, B. Reinhart, M. Gibbons, C. Schnapp, P. Taylor, J
Shea. Fourth Row: J. Schnieder, I. Buescher, R. Schooley, B. Terhar, A. Evans, K. Jostworth
T. O'Brien, S. Millbourn.
The big brick house at 3550 Clifton Avenue with the
neon light on the tower is the home away from home
for many of UC's Catholic students. The Newman
Club encourages the religious, social and cultural in-
terests of its members. Following the Friday night
dinners, students participate in discussion groups and
conclude the evening with recreational activities. The
title of "Newmanite", however, is won only after four
weeks of educational courses, testing, and 'finally initia-
tion. Special services during the Lenten season are
presented by the club, and their annual program is
highlighted by many social events.
WE LEY F0 NDATIO
The Wesley Foundation, a fellowship for Methodist
students at UC, provides an intellectual and spiritual
challenge to members through its varied program. In
an eifort to create better international understanding
on campus, the group invites foreign students to its
meetings. Service work camps and a Christmas tree
trimming party for underprivileged children are among
Wesley's philanthropical activities. Throughout the
year special religious programs are presented to stimu-
late student thought on spiritual problems. The mem-
bers of Wesley may further their special interests by
participating in the choir, or drama and literary groups.
WESLEY-Bottom Row: D. Hosler, P. Irish, Vice Pres., C. Conrad, Pres., Rev. J. Stephen-
son, Pastorg Mrs. Scheele, M. Ronshausen, B. Triplett, Sec.g D. Mullins, Treas. Second Row
C. Clark, E. Kidwell, B. Balyo, J. Kreider, B. Boston, S. Miller, H. Weinstein, P. Kidwell
E. Kidwell. Third Row: M. Coffee, M. Hunter, K. Cook, C. McGoy, C. Weber, L. Schaffner,
S. Thompson, K. Holt, N. Jennings, J. Johnson. Fourth Row: L. Shoemaker, L. Reif, M
Carmon, D. Stevenso, G. Green, D. Childers, R. Tripp, K. Carnes, D. Taylor, J. Ralston
Fifth Row: C. Early, J. Williams, G. Hone, H. Linder, A. Douce, J. Kimmel, G. Bolinger
G. Hunsaker, G. House, B. Blaufuss.
WESTMINSTER FOUNDATION-Bottom Row: S. Schulze, Sec.g I. Nemins, E. Womack
Pres., A. Myers, M. McMullen, Vice Pres., S. Holt, Director. Second Row: P. Boyles B
Martz, G. Gray, C. Bretz, F. Thompson, D. Neri, K. Kiefer.
At 2699 Clifton Avenue, in a small brick building-its
simple but attractive new interior lending an atmos-
phere of quiet and thoughtfulness-members of the
Westminster Fellowship gather in a common interest of
spiritual progress. Graduate students of philosophy,
freshmen with limited concepts of religion, upperclass-
men just beginning to understand-all attempt to find
some common ground through which they, with the as-
sistance of their religious advisers, can ind a standard
of religious values. A special characteristic of weekly
meetings is the right balance of good fellowship, ef-
fected by a blend of fun and more serious services.
One of the most active organizations on the UC cam-
pus is the University YWCA. From the time a co-ed
attends the Freshman Camp until she is a guest at the
Senior Ivy Day Luncheon, she is busy meeting new
people, sharing viewpoints with religious leaders, and
participating in community service projects. Highlight-
ing the Y's busy calendar are the Y Appetizer, the Yule
Log Service, the REW Convocation, and the Marriage
Seminars. The girls also schedule events with the mem-
bers ofthe campus YWCA. These include the monthly
YM-YW dinners and the annual YM-YW co-sponsored
Freshman and Sophomore Leadership Conferences.
YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Bottom Row: C. Kohsin, A. Kuehner,
E Schmidt Pres M Reis Sec P Helsel Treas Second Row: M. Moore, G. Rutenschroer,
C Conrad I Rahe P Calhson Thzrd Row B Moeller C Sullivan, N. Johnson, M. Sweet,
X YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION--Bottom Row S Sauster Vice Pres C
Bret, Sec.g J. Teller, Pres.g L. Mueller, Treas.g B. Fee, Vice Pres Second Row N Berte J
Sayler, B. Games, D. Ramge, P. Hemker. Third Row: T Myers T Blake R Brown P
Marshall, B. Donohoo.
The Y.M.C.A. serves the campus in many ways, all of
which are planned to integrate a student's religious,
social, and cultural life within one organization. Mem-
bers lind a variety of events in which to participate,
ranging from a complete intramural program to serv-
ices of a purely religious nature. At the Y's monthly
dinners a speaker discusses contemporary problems
facing young people. Among the university service pro-
grams of the Y are the Freshman Camp, the Marriage
Seminar the Pancake Dinner, and the Student-Faculty
Conference. Coordinating YMCA aifairs is a cabinet
of elected officers who plan and direct the programs.
Y. M. C. A
FRESHMAN CABINET-Bottom Row: J. Crews, H. Smith Treas C Keffer Pres C
Hagner, Sec., R. vonLandberg. Second Row: A. Blasi, T. Schutzler D Hobhtzell B Blessing
I. Robinson, M. Partridge.
ARMY 11.010, A
In the basic two year Army ROTC training program
cadets are taught fundamentals of such military pro-
cedures as drill formations, shooting, and field oper-
ations. Upon successful completion of this program,
cadets enter the advanced phase of training, where
they prepare for Army careers.
Col. Clarence G. Hubbart
Since 1894 the National Society of Pershing Rifles
has encouraged the interests and ideals of military
students. This year the group participated in the
fall camp, rifle matches, and intercollegiate meets.
The activities of the Society are designed to prepare
members for successful army careers.
PERSHING RIFLES-Bpttom Row: M. Rielage, A. Vimba, B. Morris, Capt., Adviser, P.
Cook, J. Brust, Capt., W. Davis, Capt., Adviserg R. Biddle, R. Grammel, R. Taylor. Second
Row: R. Stuart, E. Stuebing, J. Olpp, J. Grebb, E. Motzer, J. Dysart, M. Scheider, W. Ries,
J. Black, N. Proctor, B. Amrhein. Third Row: D. Seibel, R. Heilbrun, C. Liebmann, R. Tripp,
R. Childress, H. Coates, L. Crabtree, P. Handel, R. Heath, J. Schnieder, J. Arnold, N. Menze.
Fourth Row: K. Bowen, B. Bertsche, R. Edmonson, J. Baier, J. Ariss, T. Diekmeyer, R.
Petraits, J. Amrnann, J. Schorle, P. Travis, R. Brown, B. Pauly. Fifth Row: B. Armstrong,
B. Morris, L. Taylor, P. Filter, C. Ripperger, R. Fischbach, K. Wiesmann, B. Eidus, T. Sewell,
V. Wegelin, J. Skidmore.
SCABBARD AND BLADE-Bottom Row: A. Quartin, Adviser, B. Davis, K. Miller, R.
McKenzie, Capt., R. Bettmger, P. Meyer, B. Morris, Capt., Adviser. Second Row: W. Mont-
gomery, M. Brengelman, R. Stuart, C. Grammel, E. Ervin, F. Hartman, D. Dahling, W.
Haberman, M. Claggett. Third Row: M. Bellersen, A. Vimba, R. Hall, J. Brust, R. Rodgers,
J. Smith, R. Darling, H. Breece, A. Easterling.
Open only to those men displaying high academic
standards and leadership, Scabbard and Blade is the
national military honor society for cadets enrolled in
all ROTC units. Company C-4 at UC participates in
the Military Ball, the National Convention, and many
activities with Guidon, the women's military honorary.
The Army ROTC Rifle Team, headed by Sergeant
Holbrook, exists to improve the marksmanship and
develop cooperation and spirit among all ROTC ca-
dets. On Monday and Wednesday evenings members
practice on the UC rille range for upcoming competi-
tion with other collegiate ROTC rille teams in the area.
SCABBARD A D BL DE
A.R.0.T.C. RIFLE TEAM
ARMY ROTC RIFLE TEAM-Bottom Row: H. Holbrook, R. Hall, R. Stuart, Capt., E.
Stuebing, Capt.g R. Rennebaum, Major. Second Row: K. Kohlbrand, J. Burkhart, C. Hagner,
R. Armstrong, J. Diekmeyer, J. Schorle, J. Youngblood.
AIR FORCE R.0.T.C.
Approximately 600 cadets, under the direction of Col.
George W. Gregg, are training for future commissions
in the U. S. Air Force in the A. F. Reserve Oflicers
Training Corps. Easily recognized on campus by their
blue uniforms, the cadets spend two weeks each sum-
mer in intensive training at an outdoor training camp.
ARNOLD AIR OCIETY
AND ANGEL FLIGHT
Col. George W. Gregg
Upperclassmen enrolled in AFROTC and outstanding
in their military studies are selected for Arnold Air
Society. Members participate in Operation Jet Jenny,
Air Force Week, and the Military Ball. Angel Flight,
women's auxiliary to Arnold Air Society, encourages
interests in the Air Force and aids in military events.
ARNOLD AIR 814 ANGEL FLIGHT-Bottom Row: F. Losey, W. Blanford, B. Starr, Comm.g
S. Rothhaas, Comm., M. Foglesong, C. Rohleder, B. Badertscher, Adviser. Second Row: M.
Sullivan, S. Gumenick, T. Schumacher, B. Moeller, M. Mehmert, J. Tedrick, P. Walls, M.
Farren, B. Gotter. Third Row: D. Pizzo, J. Gray, K. Foucault, C. Kirby, E. Hinsch, S.
Ainsworth, K. Hayslip, L. Pfersick, A. Plohr. Fourth Row: C. Brown, B. McCarthy, J.
Matthews, D. Flory, R. Kennedy, R. Hessel, J. Norton, C. Newberry, P. Istock, E. Menke.
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KITTY HAWK-Bottom Row: D. Wesley, P. Marks, J. Matthews, P. Istock, Comm.g W.
Kehoe, T. Nesbauer, D. Lipps. Second Row: N. Parthenakis, T. Solomon, G. Gray, T.
Schwiers, C. Weigel, R. Grote, E. Goldman, E. Pitstick, B. Martz. Third Row: R. Geimuslea,
T. Bird, K. Carnes, A. Messing, K. Frey, W. Sachs, W. Etzel, T. Spitzmueller, G. Wheeler
J. Fein. Fourth Row: F. Daring, W. Masters, W. Hageman, R. Amos, D. Bennett, J. Kuntz
W. Boyle, R. Wills, D. Hessdoerfer, P. Hock.
Membership in Kitty Hawk is open to all freshman
and sophomore students enrolled in AFROTC. The
group endeavors to further the character development
of cadet members. In addition to its annual perform- H K
ances in the Memorial Day and Veterans' Day parades,
Kitty Hawk also sponsors numerous social events.
Cadets in the AFROTC are given the opportunity to
develop expert marksmanship through the riiie team.
Each week members can be found practicing on the
UC rifle range, improving their marksmanship and de- A.F.R.0.T.C. M
veloping competitive spirit. Throughout the year men
participate in shoulder-to-shoulder and postal matches.
AFROTC RIFLE TEAM-Bottom Row: G. Wheeler, T. Fahrlender, Capt.g C. Trunk, W.
Simmons, F. Ditmyar. Second Row: D. Albrecht, J. Kress, F. Dawley, H. Greenberg, T.
Spitzmueller, K. Woods, W. Smallwood, D. Richter.
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INDEPENDENT SOCIAL GROUPS
TRIANON-Bottom Row: E. Le-ath, S. Hall, Corr. Sec.g P. Bowman, Vice Pres.g I. Weise,
Pres., D. Carey, Rec. Sec., C. Miller, Treas. Second Row: P. Geiger, P. Dinse, I . Bieler, K.
Rockhold, C. Dyer, G. Hogan, M. Gohs.
Trianon, -a non-Greek sorority, was founded at the
University of Cincinnati in 1929 to encourage partici-
pation of non-Greek women students in campus activi-
ties, promote fellowship, foster high standards of schol-
arship, and serve the University. Any full time woman
student not aiiiliated with a Panhellenic sorority is
eligible for membership in Trianon. The members of
Trianon participate in a variety of campus events, in-
cluding Homecoming, Sophos Dance, and Junior Prom.
This year's social schedule was highlighted by bowling
and swimming parties and firesides. Trianon's philan-
thropic project benefited an underprivileged family.
Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi
KAPPA' ALPHA PSI-Bottpm Row: J. Hattendorf, Adviser, C. Jackson, Sec H Tate Pres
D. English, Treas.g L. Herring. Second Row: C. Spradley, E. Berry, R. Lewis G Miller J
Anderson, R. Simmons. Third Row: C. Hampton, H. Brooks, R. Wallace G Wilson T
Thacker, W. Tate, D. Imes.
During the summer of 1961 Kappa Alpha Psi received
official University recognition as a fraternal organ-
ization. The group was further granted the status of
an observer member in the Interfraternity Council.
At present the members of Kappa Alpha Psi are em-
phasizing scholastic achievement among their pledges.
Incentive for attaining outstanding records of schol-
arship and leadership are the Laurel Wreath Award
and the Elder W. Diggs Award, which KAP pre-
sents to deserving members. Highlighting a social
calendar that featured informal parties and stags was
the annual Sweetheart Formal of Kappa Alpha Psi.
K PPA ALPHA P I
Pat Wilson Preszdent
Mrs. W. C. Roberts national Panhellenic awards
chairman, presents a national, award to Joyce Clark
former Panhell president, for an outstanding report
on the gfunctzonzng and program of UC's Panhellenzc
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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL-Bottom Row: I. Rahe, P. Punch, Sec.g C. Traut, P. Wilson,
Pres., J. Norton, Treas,g L. Pollock. Second Row: A. Fry, I. Benham, C. Stein, L. Grugg, R.
Soldber er L. Me S. Y ukil' . Th' - ' ' '
g , yer, 0 IS zrd Row. C. Sullivan, E. Betz, I. Mills, P. Biven, E.
Clore, A. Stuart, P. Steiner.
PA HELLE IC COUNCIL
Every girl belonging to one of UC's twelve sororities
is also a member of the Panhellenic Association. This
organization governs the activities of sororities, en-
courages scholarship, coordinates social events, and
regulates rushing and pledging. It also sponsors work-
shops for pledge trainers, scholarship chairmen, and
treasurers. Panhellenic Council functions through meet-
ings of representatives and the president of each so-
rority. At the Scholarship Convocation this past year
Joyce Clark, former president of Panhellenic Council,
accepted the coveted National Panhellenic Council's
Trophy for a report on a two year study of UC's group.
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HOUSE PRESIDENTS' CQUNCIL-Bottom Row: S. Kirkpatrick, P. Steiner, Sec., R. Gold-
berger, Pres., P.,Bow, Vice Pres., D. McFarlin. Second Row: A. Patterson, E. I-Iill, B.
Meckstroth, S. Troutman, S. Seale, E. Hinsch, J. Lehman.
At its monthly meetings the House Presidents' Council
sets the. standards and policies to be followed by all
sorority houses. It attempts to make the sorority and
dormitory housing regulations unifonn. Providing ade-
quate housing for visiting girls on Collegiate Day is
one of the group's main projects.
Junior Panhellenic Council is the pledge organization
corresponding to senior Panhellenic. It establishes
unity among the pledge classes and gives leadership
training to its members. At the meetings representa-
tives learn about all campus sororities and discuss
common pledge problems.
HOU E PRE IDENTS COUNCIL
JU IOII P HELLE IC COUNCIL
JUNIOR PANHELLENIC COUNCIL-Bottom Row: C. Stein, J. Ernst, E. Wodrich, Sec.,
C. Straub, Pres., N. Adams, Vice Pres., L. Miller. Second
Caldwell, M. Monahan, C. Nocheck, M. Nooe, B. Wilson.
J. Childress, P. Lillich, A. Plohr, B. Carnell, A. Sperhng.
Row: T. Burns, C. Schneider, S.
Third Row: G. Davis, L. Wedig,
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The sorority spirit, diminished during the summer, was
rekindled, and nostalgia for departed seniors was re
A A placed by enthusiasm for a new pledge class, as the
girls of Alpha Chi began the school year. The entire
chapter took pride in their third place scholarslnp
rating, announced at the Panhellenic Convocation
There was also the joy of seeing sisters tapped for wom
enls honoraries, including Mortar Board and Guidon
Highlighting the fun and excitement of two semesters
were the Pledge Open House and Founder's Day Tea
ALPHA CHI OMEGA-Bottom Row.' M. Schuerman, M. Mehmert, P. Cook, Rec. Sec., C. Kohsin, Treas.g G. Marioni, Pledge
Tr.g Mrs. Davis, Housemotherg P. Heisel, Pres., E. Hinsch, J. Bockhorst, Corr. Sec., N. McCracken. Second Row: M. Gordon,
P. Thornell, S. Hart, N. Romanek, L. Owen, B. Douglass, G. Chupp, J. Ketcham, S. Huck, C. Jentzen, P. Trachsel, M. Iuen.
Third Row: G. Daum, L. Cox, C. Bereskin, T. Schumacher,'J. Gruber, L. Bongiorno, J. Klumb, A. Willman, K. Bennett, N.
Carey J. Gardner, P. Sinnott, A. Hardy. Fourth Row: S. Buchanan, J. DeCamp, J. McNulty, N. Scott, S. Kahsar, A. Radcliffe,
P. Gehung, P. Speckman, J. Anderson, S. Sands, S. Hayes, J. Stonecipher. Fifth Row: L. Hoxworth, L. Mahrt, J. Maschmeyer,
M. Nunn, M. Wessel, L. Townsend, S. Korn, L. Cortese, P. Knosp, M. Arthur, K. Goertemiller. Sixth Row.' W. Meyer, A.
Folkerth, P. Lillich, C. Bertsche, L. Phester, K. Wiethe, S. Imhoif, N. Davis, J. Mackzum, A. Huser, J. Heisel, J. Schoenberger,
Vice President-Georgie Daub
T reasurer-C arol Kohsin
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ALPHA DELTA PI-Bottom Row: M. Meyers, C. Wind, G. Utter, Corr. Sec.g B. Warthen, Pledge Tr., Mrs. Bradtleld, House
Mother, V. Foster, Pres.g G. Rutenschroer, Vice Pres.g B. Buckley, Treas.g R. Engelhart, Sec. Second Row: M. Maddox, I. Lee,
K. Koppenhaver, M. Campbell, J. Reed, N. White, M. Niemczyk, S. Peak, D. Monsey, N. Homan. Third Row: S. Nichting, C.
Jimerson, T. Kallmeyer, C. Baas, S. Tschantz, C. Weidig, M. Adler, I. J. Schmidt, S. Schmidt, S. Treon. Fourth Row: S. Reichert,
M. Meyers, P. Biven, S. Feldkamp, B. Berning, A. Collins, J. Ernst, K. Myers, J. Ertel, G. Martino, L. Angelmyer. Fzfth Row.
N. Bodenheimer C. Cutler J. Stephenson, C. Price, M. Goddard, I. McGuirk, S. Schoen, J. Wilmes, G. Molitor, C. Potts, B
Rogers. Sixth Rhw: C. Munger, S. Conard, S. Troutman, S. Rui, R. Hcrbort, B. Bush, J. Schroeder, J. Meister, S. Wodr1ch, J:
Murphy, H. Harman.
For the girls of Alpha Delta Pi this was a year to
remember. Scarcely had the new pledges received
their lion pins when they thrilled the actives by win-
ning ATO Sweepstakes. Trophies for runner-up hon-
ors at Homecoming for the third straight year and
Sophos Court were also proud additions to the chap-
ter. The modern house on Clifton Avenue also fea-
tured a newl aneled basement and recreational
furniture. ADBPYE achievements on the UC campus
were recognized this year at the National Conven-
tion, which made four awards to Beta Pi chapter.
Founded at Syracuse University 1904
Alpha Gamma Chapter established 1923
Marilyn Mayer, Presidem
Vice President-Joyce Roy
T reasurer-Cristel Dittrich
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA-Bottom Row: I. Emig, Rec. Sec., J. Roy, Vice Pres., A. Myers, Vice Pres.g Mrs. Cain, House-
motherg M. Mayer, Pres., S. Ritchie, Treas.g A. Tupman, Corr. Sec. Second Row: I. Ruehlman, C. Cox, K. Cappel, S. Kirk-
patrick, C. Clark, N. Thompson, M. Niemczyk, S. Dickerson. Third Row: J. Trussell, J. Kveider, L. Pidgeon, A. Bullock, K
Cademartori, J. Gross, S. Countryman, K. Williams, L. Leiter. Fourth Row: S. Donaldson, L. Nedig, J. Boering, M. Guyett
B. Caluwaert, J. Kinney, J. Klappert, S. Weber, J. Niesz. Fifth Row: C. Sullivan, P. Gooding, L. Lalosh, C. Dittrich, J. Cappel
B. Mullaney, S. Williams, V. Raabe, M. Carroll, N. Adams.
Participation was the byword of Alpha Gamma chap-
ter of Alpha Gamma Delta this past year. Mortar
Board and Guidon claimed Alpha Gams as members,
and many campus organizations found these girls
willing and able Workers. In many respects the chap-
ter benented most from those events which demand-
ed full cooperation from each girl. The prize-Winning
Homecoming float and a successful Alpha Gam Man
Contest were the results of a united pledge and active
chapter effort this year.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Founded at University of Arkansas 1895
Pl Alpha Chapter established 1913
Mary Lou Reis, President
President-Mary Lou Reis
Vice President-Shirley Lutz
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CHI OMEGA-Bottom Row: C. Lance, S. Kruse, Pledge Tr., L. Cahill, Sec., S. Lutz, Vice Pres., Mrs. S. Pann, Housemotherg
M. Reis, Pres.g G. Polster, Treas., T. Harsham, Corr. Sec.g S. Moodler. Second Row: B. Brouse, J. Ault, C. Fuentes, J. Rossel,
J. Barth, T. Burns, N. Ickes, S. DeSpain, M. Wasmer, R. Ivers, S. Allen. Third Row: K. Schram, P. Hakes, S. Arend, J.
Spoor, I. Rogers, R. Barrows, C. Malloy, J. DeVore, B. Coghill, B. Hastie, M.'Jordan, B. Rummel. Fourth Row: J. Gitzinger,
D. Moeller, J. Yockey, J. Lance, B. Koch, J. Ferrante, J. Heinlen, G. Williams, K. Allen, B. Wilson, J. Oettinger, J. Winkler,
J. Steinriede, L. Lipscomb. Fifth Row: B. Henkel, J. Jones, S. McMillan, A. Seaman, S. Thomas, B. Leach, B. McNett, J
Woodcock, N. Kleine, R. Geiger, D. McFarlin, E. Schmidt, L. Adams, B. Agin. Sixth Row: C. Strattman, C. Lathrop, M. Green
S. Miller, J. Robisch, S. Blake, K. McKay, M. Wagner, C. Grosse, C. Hamman, S. Myers, M. Stonebraker, P. Bauerle, J
Pi Alpha Chapteris emphasis on scholarship wa
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warded this year as they received the trophy for the
Most Improved Scholarship at the annual Pan-Hel-
lenic Convocation. United eifort on the Homecom-
ing float, the Sophos campaign, and a Sigma Sigma
booth reliected the chapterls enthusiasm for hard
work. Popular annual activities of the chapter were
Christmas caroling, Old Clothes Parties and the
Eleusinian Banquet. Highlighting the Chi O social
calendar were the Christmas and Spring Formals.
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DELTA DELTA DELTA-Bottom Row: M. Biehle, B. Wulfekamp, Corr. Sec.g S. Baxter, P. Elliott, I. Brock, Pres.g Mrs. Bud-
roe, Housemother, P. Kromback, Sec.g P. Bush, A. Carroll, Treas.g C. Caldwell. Second Row: S. Herrick, B. Miller, B. Beaver,
B. Hegman, B. Papesch, B. Vaughn, J. Schmidt, C. Oliver, B. Wright, R. Wood, L. Seyferth. Third Row: J. Rhoades, G. Sommer,
B. Ziegler, N. Nau, S. Miller, D. Bien, J. Blersch, S. Callan, P. Rosenberg, D. Galvin, C. Cordes. Fourth Row: C. Pool, E. Wil-
liams, J. Heffner, J. Bloom, B. Sage, R. Daugherty, C. Vischer, A. Vonderahe, G. Goesling, K. Gehring. Fifth Row: N. Kock,
M. Albrecht, S. Pathe, J. Lehman, C. Nations, K. White, C. Collings, H. Blesi, S. Pack, M. Calder, H. Schroeder. Sixth Row:
S. Sloan, S. Snyder, S. Lustig, D. Brooks, S. Tobin, D. Newberry, C. Warner, C. Kuhn, B. Lever, B. Baker, G. Moellering, M
Among the achievements of the Zeta chapter of Delta
Delta Delta this year were awards for runner-up hon
ors at Homecoming and Sophos Court, and the
winning trophy for the Greek Week games. While the
T ri-Delts were kept busy with a round of social
activities including a Christmas Pine Party, date par
ties, and the annual Pledge and Spring Formals, the
pledges were planning their tea for all pledges on
campus. The girls still found time for participating
in campus activities and honoraries and maintannng
places on the Dean's list.
Founder at Boston College 1888
Zeta Chapter established 1892
President .... . . . Judy Brock
Vice President . . . Virginia Rogers
Secretary . . . . Peg Krornbach
Treasurer . . . . Abby Carroll
Xi Chapter established 1916
President-Marsha S chornburg
Vice President-Georgia Reif
T reasurer-Claire Palasek
The lamp of Delta Zeta radiated through the house
this fall as actives welcomed an enthusiastic pledge
class. Soon it was Homecoming, and in high spirits
everyone Worked on the float MUC Fiddles While
Houston Burns." Winter was highlighted by the Mistle-
toe Formal honoring the pledges, and a chapter Christ-
mas party. DZ greeted spring with initiation of the
pledges to climax an impressive pre-initiation week.
The annual Rose Ball in honor of the seniors brought
the Delta Zeta year to a close.
Founded at Miami University 1902
DELTA ZETA-Bottom Row: B. Koeppe, Rec. Sec.g C. Palasek, Treas.g G. Reif, Vice Pres. Mrs Smith Housemother M
Schomburg, Pres.g A. Marni, Vice Pres. Second Row: M. Balzer, S. Wren, A. Patterson, C. Barton G Spochrer C Humphrey
Corr. Sec.g J. Rose, C. Nocheck. Third Row: E. Howe, J. Wiedenbein, H. Wehby, C. Easton, L. Doepke D Gragoo B Mairose
C. Diehl, P. Wilson.
KAPPA ALPH THETA
Founded at Depauw University 1870
Alpha Tau Chapter established 1913
Vice President-Susan Danforth
T reasurer-Carol Hanson
The twin stars of Kappa Alpha Theta sparkled brightly
this year for UC's Alpha Tau chapter. Their winning
pledge class featured g'Miss ATO Sweepstakes." Home-
coming, in all its crepe paper glory, saw KAT's float
take top honors in the women's division. During the
fall football season a Theta band sponsor led UC's
marching band. A second place scholastic rating re-
Hecting the chapter's emphasis on academics, climaxed
the semester. Mortar Board and Guidon also tapped
these busy girls for scholarship and campus leadership.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA-Bottom Row: K. Schanbacher, I. Blackburn, B. Hennjes, Corr. Sec., S. Danforth, Pledge Tr.g C.
Traut, Pres., G. Reimey, Housemotherg M. Detmering, Rec. Sec., B. Meckstroth, C. Hansen, Treas.g A. Devins. Second Row:
N. Taylor, D. McKinley, M. Towles, J. Skinkle, T. Sillman, J. Mayfield, C. Doppler, M. Colburn, J. French, J. Benham, S.
Gray, B. Bizzarri. Third Row: S. Caldwell, E. Ringwald, C. Wolff, M. Duncan, A. Meriweather, A. Stith, S. Hennjes, P. Wal-
dron, I. Winters, C. Benson, M. Burtschy, A. Fry, M. Deucker. Fourth Row: C. McCampbell, L. Calvin, S. Crandall, G.
Jackett, D. Drayson, P. Todd, N. Rapp, K. Williams, A. Ferguson, B. Savery, B. Simpson, D. Holland, M. Nooe, M. Para-
siliti. Fifth Row: L. White, I. Baker, G. Lehnhoif, C. Coyne, P. Ebel, E, Thodes, T. Pierce, J. Mills, P. Ziegel, M. McCann,
S. Conner, S. Kamp, P. Hepp. Sixth Row: J. Wendell, J. Droesch, K. Ruehl, S. Schwarz, H. Hummel, R. Kolleck, C. Koors,
B. Jellisin, J. Itin, G. Long, J. Brucher, M. Groen, C. Kamp.
Where did all those diamonds come from? I see one on
the door of the house on Clifton Avenue. I see gay
diamonds in the grill, hastily grabbing a cup of cof- K A A
fee before an early class. I see studious diamonds in
the library. At Homecoming and ATO Sweepstakes I
also see them. I see them at Guidon, Cincinnatus, Tri-
bunal meetings, Mortar Board. . . everywhere. The
girls who wear this diamond have a special spirit that
makes it sparkle. Oh! Here comes one now. Why
she's wearing the diamond of Kappa Delta!
Virginia State Normal 1897
Omega Xi Chapter established 1913
Presia' en t-J ennie Rahe
Vice President-Glenys A bbott
S ecretary-J udy Bell
T reasurer-J ud y Hath orn
KAPPA DELTA-Bottom Row: P. Bow, J. Miller, L. White, J. Bell, Sec., I. Rahe, Pres., G. Abbott, I. Athorn, Treas.
E. Betz, A. Lutzenheiser. Second Row: S. Mayer, C. Waits I. Keys, J. Bartletty, F. Soriano, B. Raitt, B, Werner, L. Rack, S. Sili
verman. Third Row: J. Comer, J. McGuinness, S.'Cornelius, B. Gegner, M. Schriever, M. McCach, M. Stewart, B. Shefer
S. Spencer, L. Pettrick. Fourth Row: H. Feller, N. Grimes, K. Crauder, J. Feller, I. Elbert, B. Landman, S. Clements, I. Hare,
G. Butt, G. Abbott. Fifth Row: M. Smith, C. Mather, C. Siler, L. Kohl, K. Hayslip, J. Speier, A. Plohr, R. Satkowski, S
Ainsworth, L. Moore. Sixth Row: S. Gamble, S. Riesenbeck S. Loos, D. Yager, J. Seifred, D. Avery, B. Bosch, J. Jaeger
P. Heitz, B. Ivey, I. Tedrick. '
Scholarship and campus activities kept the Kappas in
a whirl this year. To start off their winning ways, the
Homecoming Queen and a member of her court were
Kappas. A Parisian theme, "Mais Oui Mimi," won a
spot on Sophos Court for their candidate. In the acade-
mic realm the girls of the golden key won Panhellenicis
Scholarship Cup for the highest sorority average. On
campus busy Kappas could be found in Mortar Board,
Guidon, and class offices.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA-Bottom Row: C. Kamp, Corr. Sec., L. Heil, C. Prior, Treas.g B. Roe, Vice Pres., M. Baumcister
Housemotherg L. Grubb, Pres.g B. Schwartz, Pledge Tr., J. Shinkle, Rec. Sec., S. Seale, C. Hoffeld. Second Row: S. Steves, P.
Bock, E. Bidlingmeyer, D. Paul, B. Keller, P. Purdy, K. Fellabaum, L. Miller, J. DeBord, N. Waltz, J. Poindexter, A. Hoshaw,
J. Hess. Third Row: L. Miller, H Sekinger, S. Scherer, B. Wilcox, C. Schneider, J. Niehaus, K. Kime, A. Fry, P. Schepman,
B. Watts, C. Hall, J. Gausmann, S. Goyert, J. Routzong. Fourth Row: A. Liles, C. Corcoran, K. McKee, J. Eshenaur, B.
Puterbaugh, D. Brater, C. Roots, M. Gardner, J. Heis, M. Meyer, D. Larkin, L. Hammond, D. Essex, E. Lee, M. Kramer, D.
Hartig. Fifth Row: P. Fitzpatrick, M. Duval, J. Krogh, A. Kockritz, J. Wheeler, K. Honnert, N. Van Epps, B. Carson, C.
Wallace, J. Metzger, M. McGowan, B. Tuerk, J. Hilsinger, C. Tompkins, B. Sunderland, M. Vance. Sixth Row: M. Hill, B.
O'Neil, L. Pfersick, P. Sayler, M. O'Neil, J. Gieseling, B. Boelter, S. Heil, K. Ferguson, C. Muster, K. Liukkonen, D. Weg-
ener, C. Creaghead, P. Haidin, A. Damon, G. Schirmer.
Founded at Monmouth College 1870
Beta Rho Chapter established 1914
- President-Liz Grubb
Vice President-Barb Roe
T reasurer-Carol Prior
A A T Down in Cincinnati where the Greeks were all living,
Dwelt a group of Sig Delts who had lots of spirit.
The year started grandly, the campus admitted,
The pledge class Won trophies, and rightfully so,
Was the verdict of all who attended ATO.
Came time for Homecoming, that grand old tradition,
Refreshments for all was their lloat contribution.
The girls on campus helped further good spirits,
Parties and firesides were high on their list,
And socially the limbo gave way to the twist.
SIGMA DELTA TAU-Bottom Row: M. Golding, S. Lebenberg, Rec. Sec.g B. Signer, Corr. Sec., E. Herbert, Treas.g S.
Youkilis, Pres., Mrs. Miller, Housemotherg L. Pollock, Vice Pres., G. Cass, Vice Pres., R. Goldberger, E. Minson. Second
Row: L. Glassman, L. Meltzer, S. Saleh, L. Tronstein, S. Miller, S. Snider, R. Ran, S. Graller, I. Freedman, C. Alter. Third
Row: N. Langs, F. Berg, A. Weinberg, B. Sternberg, A. Gostin, S. Bernstein, A. Lev, F. Levi, M. Frankel, B. Shure, B.
Lebenberg. Fourth Row: J. Teitz, S. Schoenfeld, N. Felson, R. Good, L. Todd, J. Katz, F. Goldberger, J. Kahn, M. Geyer,
F. Chasky, R. Grad. Fifth Row: A. Munich, M. Spritzer, N. Fichman, J. Neuman, A. Harrison, L. Roth, J. Meister, L. Gold,
S. Hausman, J. Shupack, B. Ain. Sixth Row: F. Izenson, B. Perloff, G. Radzivilover, A. Sperling, E. Schaen, N. Coplan, A.
Goldberg, J. Kaplan, C. Wise, J. Bailis, J. Elfenbein, C. Stein.
Vice President-Lee Pollock
Secretary-S ue Leberzberg
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Epsilon Chapter established 1959
THETA PHI ALPHA-Bottom Row: A. Albanese, G. Santangelo, N. Hecker, Treas.g B. Bolan, Pledge Tr.g M. Holscher,
Vice Pres., Mrs. M. Kennedy, Housernotherg L. Meyer, Pres., C. Kluener, Rec. Sec.g C. Brinker. Second Row: K. Maddux,
P. Moenster, M. Wilhelms, J. Hoog, P. Valensky, M. Bross, P. Venosa, J. Haines, M. Monahan, S. Thornbury, D. Cassini.
Third Row: D. Seiter, E. Schuler, B. Hecke, C. Naish, J. Steiner, C. Comello, D. Kaiser, D. Pizzo, M. McKenna, E. Dreidame,
M. Meretta, T. Meretta. Fourth Row: L. Duggan, R. Barron, P. Punch, C. Tuke, D. DeLong, K. Cotteral, K. Herrington, I.
Childress, J. Losacker, M. Brabender, S. Moster, J. Rettig, K. Moran. Fifth Row: I. Ziegler, C. Mettman, S. Roberts, C.
Groneman, B. Grogan, L. Oldham, E. McConn, N. Pundsack, S. Krehnbrink, A. Bott, J. Byrnes. Sixth Row: N. Rowan, P.
Steiner, S. Schlenck, N. Russell, J. Rabe, S. Sontag, P. Gruber, M. Mack, C. Mayer, B. Buse, M. Scanlan, A. Lichtenberg.
Beginning an eventful year, Epsilon chapter of Theta
Phi Alpha hosted the Province Convention at which
the local chapter was honored. Homecoming float night
provided unexpected excitement when four fire trucks,
the salvage corps, and several police cars responded
to a frantic call from the sorority house. Fortunately
A the small blaze was quickly extinguished. For the new
Theta Phi's, a Christmas party and the pledge weekend
prior to initiation were unforgettable moments. The
annual Spring Formal brought the year to a close.
University of Michigan 1912
Epsilon Chapter established 1919
President-Lois M ey er
Vice President-Marlene H 0 lsch er
S ecretary-C arol K luener
Treasurer-Nancy H ecker
Vice President-Kay Ross
Founded at Farmville, Virginia 1898
Alpha Eta Chapter established 1921
To rush, to join a warm, enthusiastic circle of sisters,
to be a member forever . . . this is Zeta. All the joy of
serenading a Sophos Queen and winning Junior Prom
for the third time is a part of ZTA, as is the proud
feeling of having sisters in Mortar Board, Guidon, and
Junior Advisers. Even more, ZTA's spirit is that of
enduring Sisterhood and loyalty, of singing and work-
ing together, and proudly wearing the shield of Themis.
Everywhere you turn, a ZTA sister is there to give
advice and lend a helping hand.
ZETA TAU ALPH
ZETA TAU ALPHA-Bottom Row: E. Hackman, B. Woellner, E. Clore, K. Keiser, Treas.g K. Ross, Pledge Tr., Mrs. Conlan
Housemotherg K. Lutterbei, Vice Pres.g J. Schumann, Rec. Sec.g E. Kartye, Corr. Sec.g K. Norris. Second Row: S. Trifilio,
J. Tuertscher, B. Behrle, B. Jones, K. Kiefer, C. Binstadt, M. Illbrook, S. Marcus, B. Browne, C. Metzger, C. Straub, S. Frost
Third Row: S. Kasselman, J. Gornall, N. Gritfith, J. Byers, J. Tepe, J. Canter, A. Meyer, E. Hill, C. McLaughlin, C. Kern, G
Ouertoom, K. McNeeley. Fourth Row: D. Rhine, C. Kirby, J. Mettman, N. Cochran, A. Stuart, D. Klosterman, J. Kruse
M. Wilson, F. Sensel, P. Horak, A. Aughenbaugh, M. Rickard. Fifth Row: M. McMullen, N. Coleman, J. Gray, E. Menke, P
Walls, K. Hoobler, E. Landthaler, K. Harsharn, B. Stuart, G. Hammelrath, B. Carnell, G. Davis. Sixth Row: J. Diers, B. Meyer
J. Norton, B. Roden, K. Smith, D. Schumann, J. Brown, C. Kuwatch, C. Busener, S. Spindler, N. Dieckman, S. Kuwatch.
Dick Snyder, President
Interfraternity Council, composed of representatives
from each fraternity on campus, strives to coordinate
fraternal life and increase cooperation among the fra-
ternities. It also serves as a liaison between the admin-
istration and the fraternities. To enable rushmen to
meet the fraternities and sign up for rush parties, IFC
sponsors an annual smoker. Greek Week and the Big
Brother Dance are also sponsored annually by IFC.
Other activities of the Interfraternity Council include
the Presidents' Conference and co-publication of
f'Hermes." Council members also work at the polls
and on "Operation Telephone."
INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL-Bottom Row: C. Devine, B. Neel, R. Brown, Vice Pres.g
D. Snyder, Pres., E. Keiser, Adviser, W. Meyers, Sec., D. Dell. Second Row: T. Someriield,
B. Stull, W. North, B, Lipsky, N. Berte, I. Krieg, J. Grafton, B. Bentz. Third Row: M.
Dever, J. Lewis, J. Sayler, D. Oberlin, M. Cooper, R. Crone, R. Risch, P. Marshall.
IFC delegates discuss fraternity problems
at Fall Banquet in Presidenfs Dining Room.
Dean Scully and Judge Schwartz look
on as IFPC representatives present a
check to the Muscular Dystrophy Fund.
INTERFRATERNITY PLEDGE COUNCIL-Bottom Row: P. Traub, B. Bowers, R. Granchi,
M Partridge, B. Doss, I. Buckley. Second Row: G. Lace, F. Patterson, D. Kuhn, S. Youkilis,
I Newmark, J. Vichman, J. Russell. Third Row: S. Harper, J. Selbert, D. Burdick, B. Miller,
P Duduit, J. Rhoads, F. Fos.
Interfraternity Pledge Council, composed of pledges
from each fraternity, provides a forum for discussion
'of common pledge problems and exchange of ideas.
The immediate goal of IFPC is to foster greater co-
operation and understanding among the pledge classes.
A traditional event at UC, the Big Brother Dance, is
sponsored by IFPC and IFC. Also included on IFPC,s
busy schedule is an annual Work project to raise funds
for the Muscular Distrophy Campaign. IFPC meetings
serve as a valuable training ground for future IFC
officers. Improvement of the fraternal pledge programs
is the principal objective of the Council.
Acacians gleefully applaud as
pinned brother is returned from
traditional dunking in Burnet Lake.
Jim Peaslee, Venerable Dean
Founded at the University of Michigan 1904
Cincinnati Chapter established 1929
Venerable Dean-James R. Peaslee
5 Senior Dean-Hank W. George
1 Secretary-Fred D. Ashead
Treasurer-John E. Scott
The Acacians have purchased another house, making
a total of three residences for this growing group.
Mom Brady, the new housemother, who moved in dur-
ing rush, was warmly welcomed by the brothers. An-
other proud addition to the chapter was the 1961 God-
dess of the Greeks Trophy. This year the Acacians
received widespread praise for their sponsorship of the
Homecoming Overilow Dance for the pleasure of the
entire campus. In the same tradition of service to the
University, the men of Acacia were active in student
government, campus honoraries, and intramurals. Con-
cluding the schedule were Pledge and Spring Formals.
ACACIA-Bottom Row: R. Staubach, T. Enoch, P. Chick, F. Ashead, Sec., H. George, Vice Pres., I. McPeck, N. Tarcha, B.
Denton. Second Row: S. Hyland, D. Meyer, R. Santilli, C. laques, R. Swisshelm, J. Kyle, D. Reed, I. Moellendick. Third
Row: C. Cavally, R. Herd, D. Zevan, C. Engle, I. Stetzel, R. Hub, I. Bush, W. Wright, C. Borcher, H. Chambers. Fourth Row:
B. Hub, F. Shinners, B. Carter, J. Van Dyke, R. Von Fauge, G. Stroebel, B. Hedberg, D. Deyhle, D. Otto, C. Busch.
ACACIA-Bottom Row: J. McMillan, M. Radeke, G. Wagner, Sec.g Mrs. Brady, Housemotherg J. Peaslee, Pres., D. Woodin.
Second Row: M. Hunt, J. Maag, C. Smith, T. Huck, B. Messinger, D. Thompson. Third Row: R. Seveke, T. Moyers, J. Smith,
F. Huselton, W. Ford, L. Smith, J. McDonald.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI-Bottom Row: G. Sipes, C. Van De Mark, R. Tepe, Vice Pres., B. Husman, Housemotherg R. Ward,
Teras.g T. Somerfield, I. Bevington, Corr. Sec. Second Row: S. Boulmetis, R. Holt, G. Lace, R. Coy, I. Barrawman, J.
Bisch, S. Branner, M. Dorsey. Third Row: J. Pirozzi, K. Schultz, T. Hart, M. Murphy, A. Niemeyer, B. Hilton, D. Bennett,
ALPHA SIGMA PHI-Bottom Row: M. Sweeney, M. Mills, B. Lee, Pres., J. Kuhlman, D. Cox, Corr. Sec., E. Mende.
Second Row: R. Nieter, D. Forsythe, G. Kroh, D. Clapp, G. Grossheim. Third Row: G. See, D. Boehnker, J. Matthews, A.
Mitchell, R. Cammerer, J. Robson, B. Neville. Fourth Row: G. Honious, D. Livingston, D. Nieman, R. Stewart, B. Miller,
T. Bergeron, M. Uiford.
This past year the Alpha Sigs made extensive improve-
ments at their chapter house on Wentworth Avenue.
When the semester began the house displayed a new
coat of paint, and a remodeled upstairs provided new
study facilities. In addition to participating in cam-
pus, the Alpha Sigs found time for an active social
life. The founder's day banquet and the traditional
Black and White Formal highlighted the fall semester.
Renewed friendships with the chapter alumni was
aiforded by the annual Sig Bust in the Spring. The
busy second semester also saw the brothers preparing
for the University Sing.
Founded at Yale University 1845
Beta Sigma Chapter reactivated 1947
Saturday mornings bring weekly ironing for the brothers.
Vice President-Rudy Cammerer
S ecretary-Jim Barrowman
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Dick T epe, President
ALPHA TAU 0 EGA
The traditional ATO Sweepstakes, held in Burnet
Woods during the fall, and featuring beauty contests
and zany games for all sorority pledges, gave the ATO
pledges a chance to meet the new co-eds. Homecoming
brought the highest honor for the year to the ATO,s
as judges awarded their float top prize. The iloat con-
sisted of a giant wine bottle, surrounded with clusters
of grapes, and the theme "Cincy's Vintage Year." The
men of the maltese cross also received community
praise for serving coiifee and doughnuts to all residents
of Senator Place to make up for the disturbing banging
and pounding on float-building night.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA-Bottom Row: B. Jonas, W. Tries, C. Wagner, R. Shelton, H. Meister, B. Drake. Second Row: R.
Davidson M Forbes, P. Brookshire, D. Rote, P. Traub, P. Westrich, E. Siermann. Third Row: M. McCormick, F. Arn, B. Page,
C Hasford R Gamble, J. Comer, T. Fehr. Fourth Row: D. Lockwood, B. Field, J. Raimer, W. Dalness, I. Richter, E. Birge,
J Sonnanstme, J. Dalness.
Founded at Virginia Military Institute 1865
Delta Lambda Chapter established 1922
Vice President-Gary Lesniewicz
Secretary-Rick H etzger
Dave Luppert, President
ATO brothers and dates enjoy the
annual "Dogpatch" costume party.
Sue Bovee, ATO Sweetheart
ALPHA TAU OMEGA-Bottom Row: D. Munson, J. Gentile, G. Lesniewicz, Vice Pres.g Mrs. Schroeder, Housemotherg D
DeLon, Treas.g W. Poe, H. Cunningham. Second Row: B. McCarthy, P. Magin, Corr. Sec.: L. Banghart. T. Muir, M. West
C. Zaharako, B. Wood, B. Bowers, S. Megregian. Third Row: D. Barth, R. Decker, M. Lillich, B. Hester, F. Pittenger, N
Merydith, J. Riopelle, R. Metzger, Sec., Larry Richardson, I. Wells. Fourth Row: N. Rice, T. Stall, A. Brown, G. Trusty, B
Young, B. Deubler, C. Clark, L. Walker. T. Chapley, D. Salley. Fifth Row: B, Melick, D. Garverick, D. Landsledel, J. Vie-
son, K. Randall, G. Grimshaw, D. Stauss, K. Knarr, B. Freeman, J. Robinson, B. Crandall.
BETA THETA PHI-Bottom Row: S. Carr, N. Levy, I. Thompson, Treas.g W. North, Pres., Mrs. Alcorn, Housemotherg E
Daniels, Vice Pres.g K. Eastin, J. Sayler, Corr. Sec. Second Row: B. Kearsley, J. Patten, T. Arnold, S. Schulke, T. Stickel, W
Kessler, P. Regensburger, H. Mcllvain, D. Stonebaker. Third Row: B. Brown, J. Rippey, H. McWilliams, I. Penn, T. Reiber
T. Seifert, B. Elam, B. Palmer, B. Lower, T. Ferree, Fourth Row: A. Roxby, J. Pitstick, R. Nugent, B. Tower, D. Whiting
B. Lamarre, J. Evans, B. Gall, D. Burdick, R. Foote. Fifth Row: T. Wheeler, D. Ebbers, L. Paul, S. Harris, R. Houston, J
Morrison, P. Bent, M. Strasser, B. Chapman, K. Story, D. Hendricks.
BETA THETA Pl
Vice President-Ed Daniels
Founded at Miami University 1839
Beta Nu Chapter established 1918
Bill North, President 1
BETA THETA PI-Bottom Row: M. Sabre, K, Mergler, W. Hallet, A. Cain, G. Cornett D Martin Second Row D Gartiez
W. Curry, R. Retzler, I. Kennedy, B. Rotte, Rec. Sec., A. Church, A. Mosher, E. Weiskittel M Keiser Thud Row J Allison
M. Jeffress, B. Foley, J. Donohue, R. Pressler, W. Hill, M. Ehrensberger, B. Stock, J Krieg
The Betas enjoyed a busy campus and social schedule
this year while retaining their high scholastic rating
among the fraternities. Third place in intramural com-
petition testified to the varied athletic interests of the
Betas. The social calendar included numerous informal
parties for the brothers and their dates. Special events
of the year included a father and son banquet, an
Orphan's Party, and the Miami Triad Dance in which
they joined with the Phi Delts and Sigma Chi's. The
Betas welcomed spring with practices for the Mother's
Day Sing, and the gala Spring Weekend rounded out
the second semester.
The Thetcfs are treated
to the traditional Beta
DELTA T U DELTA
Craig Devine, President
Delt's animated float, "Cincy's Brewing
Trouble for the Cougars," proved to be
a crowd favorite at Homecoming Day.
A fire during the past winter caused an estimated
thirty thousand dollars damage to the Delt house on
Jefferson Avenue. Firemen credited the Delts and their
neighbors, the Phi Kaps with invaluable assistance in
controlling the blaze. Work was begun almost immedi-
ately on remodeling and restoring the upper stories of
the house. The tire, however, did not dampen the
brothers' spirit throughout the remainder of the year.
Practices started early to regain the form which won
them top honors in the 1961 Sing. Social activities,
including iiresides, costume parties, and formals
rounded out the Delt year.
Founded at Bethany College 1859
Gamma Xi Chapter established 1909
Vice President-Paul Marshall
T reasurer-John Anderson
DELTA TAU DELTA-Bottom Row: J. Betz, Sec.g J. Hoffmann, B. Kelley, Sec., C. Devine, Pres., Mrs. Sawyer, House-
motherg P. Marshall, Vice Pres.g J. Anderson, Treas.g S. Hardy, Rec. Sec. Second Row: J. Meyer, B. Oliver, B. Ware, D.
Early, N. Sanford, R. Grammel, E. Renner, J. Weiss, J. Pratte. Third Row: J. Mathews, J. Buckley, B. Doss, D. Sehander,
S. Faneuff, J. Mather, K. Smith, R. Badgley, K. Eger. Fourth Row: J. Jackson, J. Yurek, A. Bocklet, D. Robb, S. Gibson,
J. Goodling, J. Brust, D. Lankin, J. Holder. Fifth Row: R. Tecklenburg, F. Balow, M. Stenburg, P. Hunter, N. Norkaitis, J.
Mathews, T. Smith, B. Kramer, J. Ehrmin, B. Gervers, H. Krueger. Sixth Row: C. Pascarella, A. Deckebach, J. Ritzi, J. Muntz,
F. Grimm, J. Norton, J. Page, B. Pollock, J. Rathkamp, A. Schott. I
DELTA TAU DELTA-Bottom Row: W. Strawbridge, J. Garrison, L. Ruck, J. Tansey, R. Ashdown, T. Nixon, C. Stevenson,
J. Burns. Second Row: M. Heller, B. Siegel, J. Licht, D. Cope, C. Rue, D. Argabright, L. Burkard, J. Radcliffe. Third
Row: D. Harkai, J. Dells, T. Shebanek, L. Milbrandt, G. Vollbracht, B., Booker, D. Wake, B. Burton. Fourth Row: C. McIn-
tyre, J. Throcker, S. Huffman, R. Madill, L. Krueger, R. Holmes, J. Moore, E. Stein. Fifth Row: P. Draggen, K. Niemiller,
M. Weber, L. Hanson, B. McBride, C. Waddell, L. Krapp, D. Burns, H. Oskanitz.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Growth was the keynote of Lambda Chi's past year on
campus. The purchase of a second house provided
more living space for this rapidly expanding fratern-
ity. Long work sessions on their Homecoming Hoat
resulted in a runner-up trophy in the men's division.
In the realm of campus activities the Lambda Chi's
were represented in ODK, Sophos, Sigma Sigma, and
Metro. A varied social calendar provided fun and
enjoyment for all the brothers. Climaxing the year
was the Spring Formal Where the men of the cross
and crescent presented their sweetheart pin to the
"Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi Alphaf'
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA-Bottom Row: A. Weiss, A. Carter, J. Smith, I. Sweyer, Treas.g J. Shoup, D. Murphy, W. Hiott.
Second Ron L Peterson, R. Farr, M. Allen, J. Kreger, D. Brown, R. Fischer, J. Buck, D. Rush, D. Gessaman. Third Row:
R OBrien P Eller D. Houser, J. Lobaugh, R. Ravenscroft, L. Soldaty, B. Pollitt, J. Jensen, R. Darling, E. Gregg. Fourth
Row D Sweyer W Hall, R. Palmer, T. Barker, D. Weed, I. Gerard, J. Gidman, J. Chenoweth, D. Butz, T. Cincotta. Fifth
Row T Buse M Cook, M. Brock, D. Baxter, R. Chenoweth, D. Bair, K. Franks, L. Brenan, B. Gromen.
This replica of the Tyler-Davidson fountain won honors for Lambda Chi
Founded at Boston College 1909
Gamma Gamma Chapter established 1919
Dick Snyder, President
Vice President-Jerry Rose
.L T reasurer-John Sweyer
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA-Bottom Row: J. Double, B. Hicks, Sec.g J. Rankin, Treas.g D. Snyder, Pres., I. Rose, Vice Pres., B
Kelley, J. Grafton, J. Watson. Second Row: J. Olpp, G. Myers, T. Emerson, H. Smith, J. Mullaney, F. Scarpino, R. Sherrick
L. Lawrence, D. Maine. Thira' Row: M. Doyle, T. Clark, S. Miller, D. Santangelo, B. Johnston, E. Cook, D. McDermott, H
Pemberton, M. Howell, D. Shoup, B. Schneider. Fourth Row: C. Yarbrough, J. Maloney, K. Velten, J. Pennington, D. Car-
michael, D. Winkelman, T. Mahaney, T. Bitler, S. Branch, I. Lewis. Fifth Row: T. Connelly, R. Young, E. Stuebing, M
Schoch, L. Street, D. Papp, C. Mead, B. Long, B. Wunker, S. Suiter, I. Wietholter.
PHI DELTA THETA--Bottom Row: T. Petry, S. Algyre, A. Thompson, W. Turner, D. Hartmann, Pledge Tr., Mrs. Muster
Housemotherg B. Hartmann, Pres., E. Fischer, Treas.g J. Grow, B. Jones. Second Row: J. Compositor, D. Griffith, D. Wash-
burn, B. Pesci, P. McKittizick, D. Gabel, G. Bitsoff, D. Montgomery, J. Dolby, D. Jones, B. Meinders. Third Row: R. Jennings,
L. Kennedy, Sec., E. Schroer, C. Wingard, H. Moreno, B. Anderson, B. Link, K. Kay, R. Bierley, W. Anderson. Fourth Row.
J. Krieg, L. Butt, B. Hampel, J. Updike, J. Brockmeyer, J. Edwards, W. Lusk, K. Stoutenborough, J. Malatesta, P. Patala,
. Kissell. Fifth Row: D. Cleaver, D. Miner, T. Epley, N. Powell, G. Veser, I. Duytschaever, B. Dutton, J. Knox, G. Damon
V. Uchtman, J. Campbell. Sixth Row: D. Dickenson, J. Waller, T. Driscoll, C. Norton, G. Kralovich, H. Staley, B. Minturn,
S. Brown, J. Hulbert, D. Hoblitzell, D. Shaffer, D. Holt.
PHI DELTA THETA-Bottom Row: J. Parker, R. Bowers, T. Myers, R. Fry, H. Massie, M. Schlenker. Second Row: R
Lang, D. Krieg, P. Hamlin, G. Morgan, W. Arend, J. Werner, T. Sperber. Third Row: R. Hallberg, D. Driscoll, D. Goes, B
Wessmger, L. Warburg, B. Herbold, K. Glass.
Well known for their annual Phikeia carnival, given
for the enjoyment of the campus, the men of Phi Delta
Theta have stressed service to the University for the
past sixty years. For its achievements on the UC cam-
pus Ohio Theta Was named one of the outstanding Phi
Delt chapters in the nation. This year again found the
Phi's preparing for the University Sing, as the brothers
sought to equal past prize-winning performances. Rec-
ognition also came to the fraternity for its marked
improvement in scholarship ratings. The social climax
of the Phi Delt year was the Miami Triad dance, held
with Beta Theta Pi and Sigma Chi.
Founded at Miami University 1848
Ohio Theta Chapter established 1898
Vice President-Lynn Jones
T reasurer-Earl Fisher
PHI DELTA THET
Bob Hartmann, President
The annual Phikeia Carnival provides
entertainment for sorority pledges.
Founded at Brown University 1889
Omicron Chapler established 1925
Vice President-John Madden
A remodeled house was the pride of Phi Kappa Tau in
its second year on campus. The Phi Tau's began the
year with a successful rush and maintained the same
pace throughout the remainder of the year. The pledge-
active day promoted fraternal spirit, and the pledge-
active football game was again violently played. Chap-
ter unity was also displayed in Phi Tau's annual Christ-
mas tree sale to raise funds. Winter was highlighted
by the Dream Girl Ball Where the Dream Girl of Phi
Kappa Tau was honored. On campus Phi Tau's were
active in student government and intramurals and were
selected for membership in Metro and Cincinnatus.
Phz Tau called for a UC victory with "Run 'Em Through the Mill."
PHI KAPPA TAU-Bottom Row: D. McGraw, M. Davis, Treas.g B. Neel, Pres., Mrs. Roof, Housemotherg I. Madden, Vice
Pres., T. Devanney, Sec., N. Proctor, B. Moore, J. Brown. Second Row: M. Plett, B. Fischer, P. Jacobson, B. Stull, I. Grebb,
W. Haynes, O. Curtsinger, D. Stevenson, B. Amantea. Third Row: M. Partridge, S. Smith, J. Greer, J. Carney, F. Arnold, T.
Krueger, D. Stone, J. Hicks, M. Koepper, R. Smock. Foiirtlz Row: I. Miller, R. von Landberg, A. Ackenhausen, R. Loase,
B. Witt, J. Tinker, R. Hall, R. Sears, W. Fischer, C. Kersey, L. Dickey. Fifth Row: L. Hake, P. Foote, I. Becker, R. Vor-
denberg, C. Uhlhorn, D. Schneider, R. Belcher, J. Martin, F. Kos, J. Dilger. r
Donna Holland, Phi Tau Dream Girl
'K 1 .lt Bob Wiehaus, President
Julie Byrnes, Phi Kap Sweetheart
PHI KAPPA THETA-Bottom Row: J. Gimpel, J. Moran, Treas.g B. Wiehaus, Pres., Mrs. Foley, Housemotherg R. Kreinbrink
Vice Pres., B. Hanks, F. Habegger. Second Row: T. Martin, E. Renner, S. Schrand, I. Fabbro, R. Duermit, I. Martin, P. Thorn-
ton. Third Row: R. Granchi, E. Makara, D. Fitzgerald, D'A1essandro, T. Schorle, L. McManus, B. Ohr, R. Bruns, Corr. Sec
Fourth Row: P. Listerman, R. Hoffman, T. Weingartner, O. Miller, J. Madzola, T. Deller, J. Eimermacher, J. Sickinger, T. Kan-
tor. Fifth Row: C. Mathes, J. Seibert, I. Wright, B. DeBrunner, D. Fish, B. Gramann, R. Hudepohl, F. Brinkman, D. Wuest
"Hose 'Em Down,"-Phi Kappa's
Homecoming contribution placed
in the top four in competition.
A iine pledge class started the year off on a successful
note for Phi Kappa Theta. Chapter spirit prevailed
throughout a semester that was highlighted by the an-
nual pledge-active football game and the pledge week-
end. A runner-up trophy for their Homecoming float
rewarded the efforts of several weeks of Work. Year
long participation in student government and activities
testified to the Phi Kaps' interest in the welfare of the
University. Among the memorable social events of the
year were the Spring Formal, the Senior Dinner, and
serenades for pinned couples.
PHI KAPP THET
PHI KAPPA THETA-Bottom Row: S. Patras, D. Yaklofsky, D. Walters, T. O'Brien, J. Adams, D. Moehring, R. Woertz
B. Byrne. Second Row: E. Kimble, B. VonFeldt, E. Renner, D. Bianco, N. Morley, R. Cranchi, P. Wiemer, J. Zimmerman J
Glatting. Third Row: A. Klosterman, J. Geyer, M. Kirshmeyeur, R. Isfort, B. O'Hatnik, K. Capak, B. Miller, C. Ashley T
Habagger. Fourth Row: G. Gabrich, B. Boyle, B. D'Alessandro, R. Dressrich, D. Huffmann, I. Rodersheimer, J. Dryer, G Else
nor, R. Bruns, T. Eichorn. Fifth Row: P. Reichert, B. Bockenstette, D. Wuest, M. Gallager, T. Comeford, J. Habbager S
Budd, M. Doyle, G. Sepsie, D. Hein.
Vice President-Ron Kreinbrink
Founded at Brown and Lehigh Universities 1889
Ohio Omicron Chapter established 1925
Phi Kaps and dates go primitive
at the annual Fall Cave Man Party.
Jay Green, President
Pl KAPPA ALPH
Toni Sillman, PiKA Dream Girl
Founded at University of Virginia 1868
Alpha Xi Chapter established 1910
The pictures on this page do not represent PiKA. No
one could snap a picture and capture the spirit, the
friendliness, or the congeniality of this group of men.
Pictures only represent the physical make-up of this,
the Alpha Xi chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha. Chapter
activities reflect more fully the spirit of the Pikes. Long
hours of practice passed quickly for Pikes seeking to
equal past Sing performances. Homecoming and Kam-
pus King also were occasions for a united chapter
effort. Yet the picture of the Pikes would not be com-
plete without mention of the inimitable fire engine,
the embodiment of the PiKA spirit.
Vice President-Ed Weber
Treasurer-Dick F enstermacher
The "twist" proves to be the rage at a Pike house party.
PI KAPPA ALPHA-Bottom Row: D. Jacob, R. Spencer, Vice Pres.g L. Snaufer, Vice Pres., I. Green, Pres.g Mrs. Mathews
Housemotherg D. Fenstermacher, Treas.g R. Brown, Sec., B. Keeling. Second Row: J. Burnett, D. Dorsch, T. Elo, D. Camplin
B. Harrison, D. Lee, B. Bender, A. Grant, L. Bradford. Third Row: S. Fountain, L. Finkelmeier, D. McCarty, I. Tomsen, B
Atkins, E. Weber, M. Crotzer, T. Binder, T. Barker. Fourth Row: S. Isaac, R. Huie, H. Sparks, L. Correll, M. White, S
Harper, G. Byrd, D. Doyle, R. Breyley, C. Heithaus. Fifth Row: W. Bertsche, S. Sauster, D. Coursey, R. Gordon, G. Michael
J. Schardt, R. Weller, M. Ryan, A. Wilson, R. Schwartz.
PI KAPPA ALPHA-Bottom Row: B. Spencer, G. Bemiller, I. Wilis, C. Shanks, M. Evers, G. Smallwood, G. Springer, I
Tener. Second Row: C. Woodward, B. Weisman, I. Chambers, B. Moomau, I. Bue, D. Ralston, F. Arnett-, D. McCullough
B. Jorden. Third Row: J. Alfred, A. Schulte, R. Blum, G. Sezkins, J. Coons, P. Lavelle, M. Smithson, T. Brashear, P. Reiner
M. Dever. Fourth Row: E. Readenjes, R. Meyers, I. Wright, J. Pask, R. Thoman, R. Menozzi, D. Bruton, B. Hoeb, P. Jones
L. Kimbler. Fifth Row: B. Newstedt, D. Karem, D. Hodapp, D. Wharton, B. Alexander, S. Sokell, D. Shepherd, D. Palmeter
T. Thompson, J. Reese. A
Pl LAMBDA PHI-Bottom Row: K. Sherry, S. Potash, E. Sharpe, Vice Pres.g E. Samuel, Housemotherg H. Dunn, Pres., L.
Bernstein, Treas.g M. Kessler, Sec. Second Row: D. Glick, D. Berwald, Pledge Tr.g M. Kolk, M. Schwartz, D. Kroin, M.
Reicher, H. Silver, R. Spritzer. Third Row: D. Shilesky, N. Baden, M. Kreindler, S. Schoenbach, N. Ruttenburg, J. Weiss, B.
Weinbrown, B. Brook, M. Miller, M. Somerstein, Pledge Tr. Fourth Row: N. Kugelmas, B, Brenner, S. Schwartz, S. Ullner,
I. Silverman, L. Fox, M. Cohen, H. Pickus, H. Oeslander, D. Marx.
Pi Lams spent many hours
building their Homecoming
Float "Flood 'Em Cincy."
Pl LAMBDA PHI
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity has been on the UC campus
for over thirty years and in that time has contributed
much to the fraternity system. Both service and scho-
lastic honories have recognized many Pi Lams for their
achievements. Student government has also beneiited
from the hard working brothers. The past year saw Pi
Lam among the top contenders in intramural athletics.
A full social calendar both semesters, however, kept
the fraternity life from becoming dull. Besides iiresides
and exchange dinners, the Pi Lams frequently held
informal parties. Highlighting the year's social events
was the annual Pledge Formal.
PI LAMBDA PHI-Bottom Row: L. Shuman, I. Cohen, B. Levite, H. Shorr, B. Shumacher, S. Rose. Second Row: D. Hersher
B. Ross, M. Rodner, J. Turk, S. Rodman, G. Scobert, D. Heilbrun, S. Shulman. Third Row: S. Kaplan, I. Rosenfeld, A
Shugarman, J. Avner, E. Korenthal, A. Schuman, L. Srider, B. Satsky.
Harvey Dunn, President
Founded at Yale University 1895
Ohio Mu Chapter established 1920
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON-Bottom Row: B. Gaines, D. Carpenter, D. Mileham, Rec. Sec., R. Elmore, N. Berte, Pres., Mrs.
Johnson, Housemotherg H. Miller, Adviser, B. Bentz, Vice Pres., J. Murphy, Treas.g T. Blake, Pledge Tr. Second Row: D.
Murray, D. Schuerman, G. Toad, J. Harlacker, J. Lappin, L. Milligan, N. DeVotie, J. Miles, T. Jenike, D. Morgan, B. Fair.
Third Row: L. Brown, S. Hollingsworth, B. Schuler, J. Ottaviani, J. Klinck, P. Brockhoff II, B. Schroeder, R. Holdemaw, J.
Stansbury, M. Claggett, B. Forsberg. Fourth Row: R. Calvin B. Kopich, B. Fee, T. Kenney, M. Bowman, S. Fry, P. Disalvo,
S. Weber, S. Schmaltz, J. Hayes, D. Miller, K. Elder. Fifth Row: R. Niebuhr, D. Sauer, B. Rhode, D. Mileham, J. McEn-
tyre, T. Williams, T. Whitaker, L. Mueller, D. Hissong, D. Lange, R. Heimann, D. Fulk. Sixth Row: J. Hughes, B. Risch, D.
Nielsen, B. Donohoo, D. Rau, J. Hoffman, R. Stumpf, C., Martellotti, J. Thier, H. Sterling, L. Blakeney, T. Lloyd.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON-Bottom Row: E. Wolf, J. Siler, A. Astbury, N. Hauss, R. Cosler, R. Isphording, T. Hearn, P.
Hagner. Second Row: J. Mahan, S. Lappin, J. Jones, J. Elam, D. DeBord, T. Fisher, M. Curk, T. Watkins, T. Hayes. Third
Row: R. Palmer, J. Lehman, D. Nemenz, K. Keller, B. Stanforth, D. Beiser, R. Prather, M. Simpson, F. Jones. Fourth
Row: P. Blakeney, P. Starr, C. Keffer, S. King, M. Proifitt, E. Whitacre, G. Kraybus, D. Flory, B. Hendon, S. Farquard. Fifth
Row: E. Coriell, B. Neff, T. Dempsey, K. Flory, L. Willey, B. Deddens, B. Lawson, C. Hagner, D. Leone, M, Devanney.
By providing an atmosphere for the development of
scholarship, citizenship, and leadership, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon enjoyed a successful year. SAE's were found
presiding over class meetings and campus organiza-
tions, and were selected by men's honoraries for their
achievements. A united elfort by the brothers again
made SAE a top competitor for athletic honors. Rank-
ing high scholastically among the fraternities, SAE
achieved its goal of academic excellence. All was not
Work, however, as the brothers frequently gathered for
social events, including formals, the Paddy Murphy
party, and a Spring Weekend, concluding the year.
Founded at University of Alabama 1856
Ohio Epsilon Chapter established 1889
Vice President-Bill Bentz
Secretary-Don M ileham
l Bill Bentz, President
A favorite SAE pastime during sorority rush is playing bridge outdoors.
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SIGMA ALPHA MU-Bottom Row: N. Levy, G. Bliiestone, J. Portnoy, Rec.g G. Herzig, H. Weiss, Vice Pres., A. Rosenberg,
Pres.g S. Fettner, J. Moskowitz, L. Freeman, L. Sirkin. Second Row: B. Rosen, J. Schenkel, R. Katz, S. Meitus, P. Richman,
D. Itkoff, S. Lieberman, D. Lieberman, S. Groban, J. Katz, F. Leonard. Third Row: B. Lipsky, I. Gold, B. Heyman, M. Baron,
D. Zeff, A. Malman, M. Straus, A. Leff, E. Fisher, G. Goldberg, M. Rand. Fourth Row: D. Tomberg, M. Pinales, I. Levine,
R. Gersh, A. Canter, B. Eidus, T. Paul, S. Korb, J. Miller, D. Rosin, S. Lang. -Fifth Row: K. Kramen, R. Brecher, D. Ritter,
M. Sollek, L. Schneider, N. Galinsky, A. Goldman, G. Sapadin, T. Neuman, K. Wolf, B. Ross, S. Zaken. Sixth Row: E
Rosen, J. Luxenberg, B. Goodman, M. Hoffman, P. Segal, R. Lisner, A. Claynian, I. Lacritz, I. van Gelder, F. Zigler, I
In addition to its fame in the realms of scholarship
and campus activities, Sigma Alpha Mu has risen
rapidly in the held of cigarette contests. Last year
SAM was the undefeated champion of Intra-Marlboro
collecting at UC. Throughout the year, however, the
fraternity united in more serious eiforts. Maintaining
its good academic record, SAM was again awarded the
ODK Scholarship Trophy. Sophos and other honor
societies tapped Sainmies for their contributions to the
U University. Omicron chapter was further honored this
fall to act as host for the national convention of SAM
which met in Cincinnati.
Founded at College of the City of New York 1909
Omicron Chapter established 1917 '
Vice Prior--Herb Weiss
Alan Rosenberg, Prior
SIGMA ALPHA MU-Bottom Row: L. Bame, M. Shekter, J. Harrison, B. Hyatt, R. Ann. Second Row: T. Paul, G. Robbini
H. Margolis, J. Stoller, S. Youkilis. Third Row: P. Flamm, L, Weinzimmer, B. Sundhiemer, A. Canter, D. Rosin. -
The SAM float "Slaughter 'Em Cincy" urged the
Cats on to victory over arch rival, Houston.
Bob Cooper, President
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Founded at Miami University 1855
' Zeta Psi Chapter established 1882
The most important occasion on the Sigma Chi calen-
dar this year was the Sigma Chi Watermelon Bust,
which has become an unoliicial orientation for new
students. This event provided an opportunity for fresh-
men to meet members of all UC Greek organizations.
The freshmen also met Sig III, the chapter's gigantic
Great Dane mascot. Other notable dates included the
pledge formal, and the Sweetheart Formal, where the
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi was honored. As in past
years, the members of UC,s oldest fraternity migrated
to Ohio State University to join with other Sigma Chi
chapters for State Day meetings.
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
Vice President-Al Wilhelm
Each fall1Sigs entertain the campus with thelWatern1elonBust.
SIGMA CHI-Bottom Row: E. White, T. McCarthy, T. Dewey, T. Moore, K. Schrarn, Sweetheart, Mrs. Wohler, Housemotherg
L. Wright, J. Griess, A. Petrie, D. Wendling. Second Row: I. Wendling, B. Smith, G. Moneyhan, B. Ryan, C. Sherman, W.
Smith, D. Hummel, L. Collins, R. Nuber, L. Hall. Third Row: M. Hynes, I. Crews, J. Russell, R. Young, B. Albrecht, P. Card-
villias, B. Chapman, I. Thompson, J. Bemis, T. Oldham. Fourth Row: J. Alire, D. Osterfeld, E. Ferguson, M. Fulton, T. Stoll-
meir, B. Braun, R. Kahle, D. Norten, T. Bigelow, F. Scott. Fifth Row: G. Smith, L. Brumm, B. Mason, D. Thiel, I. Rhoads,
J. Hamer, D. Wagner, P. Ellison, B. Edwards, D. Crone, M. Rose.
SIGMA CHI-Bottom Row: D. Dahinden, Stewardg A. Wilhelm, Vice Pres., M. Cooper, Pres., B. Haman, Treas.g L. Wright,
Sec., B. Knowles. Second Row: R. Collins, G. Fearn, A. Kattman, R. Longley, C. Elliott, T. Brannock, L. Mullins. Third
Row: K. Byers, R. Castelluccio, F. Herschede, D. Rogers, B. Murrin, J. Medveckis, L. Harp.
Founded at Richmond, Virginia 1901
Ohio Theta Chapter established 1949
Steve Austin, President
Anita Stith, 3
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K President-Steve Austin
' Vice President-Al Harmann
SIGMA PHI EPSILON-Bottom Row: J. Hackman, G. Stamler, I. Charles, S. Austin, Mrs. Reuscher, Housemotherg G. Shawhan,
M. Haas, J. Jones, D. Allen. Second Row: R. Gibson, R. Chaney, R. Baker, D. Heidelman, B. Messerly, J. Nelson, F. Kinds-
vatter, .Morris, D. Elmore, B. Peterson. Third Row: T. Cook, G. Schumacher, R. Ruhl, L. Anderson, L. Barber, B.
Constantuu, D. Constantini, R. Williams, D. Ewing, R. Loesch, B. Stambaugh. Fourth Row: D. Adams, T. Walter, A. Fisgus,
R. Starkey, T. Johnson, R. Moretti, I. Royer, B. Talbott, D. Levering, I. Artz, J. Rollings. Fifth Row: B. Starr, L. Rockefeller,
D. Roscoe, I. Wells, D. Ochsner, B. Ruehl, P. McCleary, V. Piper, L. Moody, P. Decker, F. Butler.
Founded on the UC campus just eleven years ago,
Ohio Epsilon chapter this year was named one of
five outstanding Sig Ep chapters in the nation. This
recognition was well deserved, as evidenced by the P
achievements of its energetic members. Student Coun-
cil, ODK, and the YMCA claimed Sig Eps for their
presidents. Also honoring the men of the black heart
were Metro, Ulex, and Cincinnatus. The fraternity
maintained an active social schedule, headed by the
campus wide Sig Ep Queen of Hearts Dance. The
brothers were especially proud of the new two story
addition to the chapter house, which was formally
dedicated by the Alumni in October of this year.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON-Bottom Row: L. Thaman, C. Roons, D.Lippert, A. Harmann, H. McGlathery, G. Cooper, R. Levering
B. Heldman. Second Row: R. Feltz, G, Scheuernstuhl, L. Kroovand, J. Williams, S. Van Wynk, T. Scheckelhoff, F. Flintstone
J. Fabkas, A. Reinhardt. Third Row: M. Hard, R. Durham, D. Lusenhop, J. Conners, E. Gulden, J. Schaal, E. Farquard, I
Adler, T. Day. Fourth Row: G. Reber, G. Boothe, S. Edmonson, B. Knapp, J. Chuck, P. Vogelgesang, F. Hunter, L. Helscher
D. Montgomery. Fifth Row: J. Weiler, R. Mullen, E. Roberts, S. Wells, I. Kalaman, B. Imhoff, M. Kuga, D. Beede, M. Popp
Sig Eps and their dates gather
for an informal bermuda party.
This year marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Theta
Chi's founding at UC. Continued emphasis on service
to the University, participation in campus activities,
A and achievement in scholarship has resulted in an out-
standing fraternal record. Metro, the men's service
honorary, recognized the campus contributions of the
fraternity's members. Intramural sports claimed much
of the brothers' time, as did many UC activities. The
year featured a social calendar filled with iiresides,
parties, and formals. The annual Spring Weekend and
selection of Dream Girl of Theta Chi were the con-
cluding social events.
THETA CHI-Bottom Row: C. Vaughan, D. Warrener, R. Berks, H. Shambaugh, T. Brown, L. Pavloff, J. Dickensheets,
R. Williams. Second Row: S. Heinfeld, W. Spalding, B. Douglass, D. Metz, B. Stotfregen, B. Hawkins, S. Bollinger, T.
Woodruff, G. Armstrong. Third Row: M. Hayes, J. Belton, R. Weber, W. Crow, C. Bowers, P. Agostini, D. Burrell, A. Love,
F. Mazzei. Fourth Row: W. Blistan, J. Robinson, K. Smith, P. Bierbaum, M. McLaughlin, S. Tichenor, T. McOwen, K. Moore,
J. Tuttle, L. Jones. Fifth Row: D. Isaly, J. Wichman, J. Grier, R. Pfaffenberger, P. Duduit, R. Laubach, G. Price, G. Lutz, K.
Alexander, W. Schwartz.
Founded at Norwich University 1856
Beta Omicrori Chapter established 1912
Vice President-Phil Santora
Dan Dell, President
Gayle Schirmer, Theta Chi Dream Girl
Gayle Schirmer hosts Theta Chi reception.
THETA CHI-Bottom Row: R. Powell, R. Allan, Sec.g D. Dell, Pres., M. Luhrman, Housemotherg P. Santora, Vice Pres.
'R. Jacobs, L. Hurst. Second Row: H. Franzone, R. Krodel, G. Dunham, A. Toepfer, P. Gigley, R. Baker, K. Krodel, P. Turini
Third Row: J. Hulick, J. Hoffman, C. Koch, K. Doss, Treas.g T. Glass, M. Hettinger, D. Schnitzler, I. Rodden. Fourth Row
D. Oberlin, G. Hoffrneister, J. Vause, G. Eichorst, T. Carson, T. Cusick, D. Huber, R. Price.
Triangles entertains freshmen at a
rush party held at the chapter house. f
Composed of engineering and architecture students,
Triangle has long provided a fraternal life suited to its
members. Quiet hours were strictly observed at the
house on Howell Avenue, especially during seventh
week. Yet the Triangles took time from their studies
for a varied campus life. This year found the brothers
energetically working on their Homecoming iloat and
practicing for the Sing. They were also active in engi-
neering organizations and Engineering Tribunal. One
of the traditional highlights of the year was the Tri-
angle Christmas party for underprivileged children.
The annual Spring Weekend brought year to a close.
Founded at University of Illinois 1907
Cincinnati Chapter established 1921
Vice President-Dave Kory
T reasurer-Woody Welsh
Steve Turner, President '
TRIANGLE-Bot1om Row: T. Allman,,B. Stiers, P. Hemker, R. Rutherford, Vice Pres., S. Turner, Pres, D. Geis, Sec., J. Taylor,
B. Heavner. Second Row: M. Preziose, J. Dearing, B. Broen, D. Taylor, B. Schnyder, L. Ulery, I. Miller, D. Schulte. Third Row:
M. Noland, R. Lang, R. Wessel, J. Ghering, B. Morrow, J. Coy, P. Greenisen, A. Britsch, J. Chandler. Fourth Row: F. Burris,
J. Schulte, C. Hunter, P. Miller, R. O'Neal, J. Harris, D. Ramge, J. Deye, M. Green. Fifth Row: B. Hageman, J. Tyler,
J. Cooper, F. Westland, C. Dial, S. Ford, H. Bundy, P. Cleecher, R. Albert.
TRIANGLE-Bottom Row: W. Meyers, G. Brown, W. Welsh, Treas.g Mrs. Doty, Housemotherg D. Kory, Vice Pres., C. Erath,
Sec., R. Seifried. Second Row: G. Brethauer, L. Peterman, C. Sage, W. Wells, H. Rhodes, T. Wedel, J. Kappes. Third Row
P. Stanaford, J. Howard, J. Thomas, D. Turner, J. Stevens, T. O'Neill, J. Lester. Fourth Row: W. Orth, D. Kuhn, E. Jurevic,
D. Ansman, L. Parker, J. Eckelberry, P. Ziegler, J. Trupicks. Fifth Row: R. Storn, T. Schutzler, D. Simpson, L. Coburn, R
Blood, J. Mullaney, J . Kloenne, N. Adams, D. Smith.
AMERICAN COMMONS CLUB-Bottom Row: G. Grist, Corr. Sec., W. Goddard, Vice Pres.g Mrs. Glassmeyer, Housemotherg
H. Steele, Pres.g G. Furey, D. Hershey, Treas. Second Row: P. Travis, F. Patterson, R. Heath, A. Adams, Rec. Sec., F. Samp-
son, G. Hancock. Third Row: M. Meyer, P. Brown, I. Buchman, T. Berkhouse, L. Lee, B. Baum.
Founded at Denison University 1921
Cincinnati Chapter established 1926
Howard Steele, President
AMERICA C0 M0 CL B
Vice President-Marvin Goddard
Secre tary-A Ilan A dams
Treasurer-Da ve Hersh ey
Brotherhood in its fullest meaning is practiced by the
men of the American Commons Club. Two cardinal
principles, democracy and brotherhood, are responsi-
ble for the development of a high-scholastic, close knit
fraternity, whose chief goal is to improve itself and
the University. Study and hard work were two of the
most important aspects of the fraternity life, but so-
cial activities also played an important role. In addi-
tion to firesides and parties, ACC gave pledge and
spring formals. Thus a well balanced social and aca-
demic program made this a successful year for ACC.
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Sigma Nu, although only recently established at UC,
has lost no time in becoming active in campus life.
In the all-important Held of scholarship, the colony
ranked third among all fraternities last year. The
purchase of a house also added to a fuller partici-
pation in fraternity life. The Sigma Nuls have re-
ceived the full support and encouragement of their
national, one of the largest national fraternities.
Scholarship, participation in campus life, and social
events comprised the colony's program for the year.
SIGMA NU-Bottom Row: W. Metzner, D. Marshall, R.
Cunning, D. Mueller.
A Founded at Lexington, Virginia 1869
UC Colony established 1960
Vice President-Ron Watkins
Poole, E. Tiemeyer, Treas. Second Row: W. Snow, M. Heit, R
SIGMA NU-Bottom Row: D. Reck, Rec.g I. Rice, T. Rauenschraft, S. Hirby. Second Row: I. Wissinger, J. Johnson, K. Lee
Szg Ep President Steve Austzn greets housemothers at IFC tea.
This group of -Women on our campus have a most
versatile job and "family" Housemothers are sought
for information, advice, and consolation by members
of sororities, fraternities, and dorm residents. House-
mothers serve with fraternities of thirty as Well as
with dorms of several hundred students. The pride
which makes one introduce friends and parents first
to L'Mom," and feelings of appreciation are due this
lady, who treats each student as "someone speciiali'
during their UC days.
Mrs. Ruscher, Sig Ep housemother, serves
punch at a Kampus King Open House.
The Theta's Mrs. Reimer, enjoys a Faculty Dinner skit with the
girls and their guests.
Housemothers attend a monthly luncheon meeting in-the Union
For out of town UC students the dorm is a home
away from home. The ritual of signing in and out,
hurrying to get in before curfew, bull sessions, pillow
fights, and study parties are all an integral part of
the dormie's life. For most students it is an unfor-
gettable aspect of going away to college.,
Sing along sessions give a pleasant after class
relaxation, a refreshing pause in daily tensions.
Memorial Dorm, Huber Hall, and Ludlow Dorm are
the UC wo1nen's residence halls. Girls from Huber Hall
make a long hike daily to reach the campus, girls from
Ludlow rely on the Cincinnati buses to make their eight
o'clocks. In the fall girls are welcomed to the dorms
by upperclassmen who hold an Orientation Mixer and a
Freshman Tea. The student administrators of the dorms
provide various social events and projects to unite girls
in a common cause, and dorms sponsor candidates
for Sophos, Junior Prom, and Homecoming Queens.
MEMORIAL HALL COUNCIL-Bottom Row: M. Price, J. Hague, Sec., B. Triplett, Pres.,
S. Stevens, Vice Pres., L. Schaifner, Treas.g S. Thompson. Second Row: P. Irish, S. Treon, C.
Tipton, S. Robbins, G. Jackett, J. Hock, P. Kubinski.
MEMORIAL RESIDENCE HALL-Bottom Row: P. Irish, S. Thompson, L. Schaffner, Treas.g
B. Triplett, Pres., S. Stevens, Vice Pres., I. Hague, Sec., M. Price, G. Jackett. Second Row:
B. Cutlip, C. Gregersen, I. Freedman, S. Cabage, S. McCoy, L. Dunn, P. Barth, F. Gold-
berger, A. Weinberg, P. Kubinski, S. Chotikunchorn, S. Arend. Third Row: S. Decker, D.
Essex, I. Heinlen, W. Soo, R. Chen, F. Milch, E. Watson, L. Adams, S. Marcus, B. Baker,
C. Wallace, A. Sperling. Fourth Row: J. Hock, S. Treon, J. Campbell, I. Holshoy, B. Barrow,
C. Coyne, J. Bailis, B. Roden, J. Diers, N. Abrat, P. Calhoun, S. Robbins.
MEMORIAL RESIDENCE HALL-Bottom Row: P. Irish, S. Weaver, J. Hook, J. Ito, K
Carey. Second Row: F. Wilch, B. Gegner, L. Thompson, N. Johnson, M. Wilkie, S. Sander-
gelt, J. Lewis.
LUDLOW RESIDENCE HALL-Bottom Row: N. Grimes, J. Wheeler, Vice Pres., Treas.
P. Lindenberg, Pres., A. Watkins, Sec., L. Reiif. Second Row: L. Harper, I. Ullberg, R
Heisler, C. Pool, I. Trussell, D. Hottle. Third Row: N. Gazan, M. Pell, J. Yockey, R. Karen
S. Snyder, C. Wilkie, E. Chertoek.
Hashing over the daily newspaper helps keep in touch with the outside world.
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HUBER HALL-Bottom Row: C. Blair, M. Berid, C. Bowen, S. Nesselbush, Pres., J.
Hilsinger, L. Miller, C. Thall. Second Row: M. Campbell, C. Waits, J. Slayton, A. Schall,
M. Jordan, C. Mallox, I. Eshenaur, B. Kennedy, E. Thompson, C. Weidig. Third Row: C.
Eastman, M. Kraus, G. Anderson, S. Shannan, K. McE1fresh, B. Sage, L. Townsend, C.
Chetock, K. Canemartori, M. Karter. Fourth Row: G. Klopp, B. Cannell, S. Blake, S. Christ-
mann, M. Meyer, A. Long, C. Houseman, P. Leffel, A. Harper, P. Lang, P. Gooding.
LOGAN HALL ASSOCIATION-Bottom Row: B. Moeller, Treas.g M. Ronshausen, Sec.g L
Owen, B. Badertscher, Adviser, J. French, C. Ludwig. Second Row: C. Bartholomew, S
Miller, I. Good, A. Cook, L. Thielen, I. Fickenscher, S. Rothhaas.
Planning parties, firesides, exchange dinners, dances,
A H grill suppersg helping students with their study prob-
lems, trying to keep a semblance of order in two
dorms housing nearly three hundred student nurses-
these are but a few of the many activities of the govern-
ing body of Logan Hall, the Logan Hall Association.
This year the dorms were divided into twenty-six units,
with each unit having its own officers. The president
of each unit met with the other presidents to plan
events of interest to all residents. Among the activi-
ties of the Dorm Council were the sponsorship of all
dorm mixers, current movies, picnics, hayrides, and
swimming parties. The dorm also had its own radio
station providing music to study by. In addition, each
unit sponsored its own parties and mixers and en-
tered a team in intramural competition. Thus the new
organization of the dorm provided a program of dem-
ocratic representation and recreation for all students.
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ME 'S RESIDENCE
MEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL-Bottom Row: W. Jacobs, Treas. F. Leo, Vice Pres., M
Zipes, Pres., R. Hubiak, Sec.g E. O'Donne1. Second Row: T. Arbogast, R. Joyce, D. Fischer
R. Gorman, J. Burn. Third Row: I. Roberts, E. Dawley, B. Bishop, J. Smith, J. Clevenger
MEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS-Bottom Row: M. Perret, Pres., C. Brombaugh, G. Bacon, C. Leighty, D. Kesling, R. Karpovich,
K, Todler, P. Lindhorst. Second Row: J. Wolf, W. Cook, E. O'Donnell, J. Jansen, R. Snyder, W. Zettel, J. Eken. Third Row:
T. Chrzan, D. Wright, T. Reigle, H. Rennecker, B. Brown, B. Wagoner, D. Fairchild. Fourth Row: R. Lewis, W. Campbell, N.
King, J. Williamson, B. Gregersen, L. Sisson, P. Mabley. Fifth Row: J. Smith, F. Shaut, B. Willey, L. Mullins, F. Heltsley, R.
Rogers, A. Wolfgang, F. Harp. J. Seybold.
MEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS-Bottom Row: B. Small, M. Hamilton, D. Fisher, W. Jacobs, Treas.g M. Zipes, Pres., F. Leo, Vice
Pres., R. Hubiak, Sec., J. Laubenthal, M. Kirchmayer, Sec.-Treas. Second Row: T. Arbogast, J. Robison, I. Wolf, S. Klee, G.
MoClennen, R. Mann, G. Mericle, R. Shultz, J. Somer, D. Ottney, J. Lutz, P. Riddell. Third Row: J. Jones, S. Wormser, T.
Bernhard, V. Rosper, D. Richter, E. Dawley, I. Roberts, C. Fry, I. Smelker, C. Early, E. Lennert. Fourth Row: M. Rapp, J.
Clevenger, N. Humphries, W. Zettel, W. Sachs, W. Stillman, W. Tillman, J. Burns, G. Hone, B. Zerkle, I. Hahn, E. O'Donnell, R.
Miller. Fifth Row: R. Newstedt, D. Buechler, R. Gorman, R. Unger, J. Kamerer, A. Church, S. Millbourn, C. Capron, K. Nichols,
M. Reed, D. Simpson, G. Stucke, R. Karpovich. Sixth Row: J. Smith, R. Willis, J. Bland, R. West, J. Grow, B. Bishop, J. Sim-
mons, D. Wood, C. Sandberg, F. Kos, J. Avner, R. McCue.
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Sports-What is there to say? For Who
in the country knows not of UC, not
of the Bearcat five Who now are one.
To be sure there are other sports be-
sides basketball, and they all have
their Value in a place of higher learn-
ing as builders of men's bodies. A few
Would question their position - but
none can deny their dramatic appeal.
Guard Tom Tkatch's facial
expression shows the egect
of the long season as he
sirs out this play.
Vogelgesang keeps the pigskin and ramps around left end.
STUDIEY BEGINS TENURE WITH WIN OVER FLYERS 16-12
Prospects for the 1961 Bearcat football season hinged
heavily on several unknown quantities. Head coach
Chuck Studley was beginning his first season at UC
after serving as line coach at the University of Illinois
and head coach at the University of Massachusetts.
How well the team and the coach could adjust to each
other was one of the unknown factors. The team ap-
peared to be in solid form from tackle to tackle but
the end and quarterback positions were unsettled. The
first contest of the year with the Dayton Flyers, seemed
to indicate the unknowns were solved as the Cats won.
Starred Cats gang-tackle Miami back
Crowd expresses appr0Vtll GS
Bearcats gain another frst down.
tune of Two bits four bits . . ."
Oblak tries to elude a Wichita tackler.
katch is blocked out of the play. Hynoski leaps to a goal.
In an intersectional clash at Boston the Bearcats met
a highly rated Eastern independent, the Boston College
Eagles. The team was outsized and completely out-
classed by the Eagles. The tenacious Boston defense
stopped the Cincy offensive thrusts cold. The Bearcat
defense was unable to stop the wide variety of Well
executed plays thrown at them by the Eagles. Cincin-
nati limped home smarting from a 23-0 whitewashing.
The next weeklthe -'Cats traveled to Wichita, Kansas to
play the Shockers in the first Missouri Valley Confer-
ence game of the season. Wichita, a perennial football
power, defeated the 'Cats 21-13 in a hard fought game.
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Harp gets this one away
Cincinnati next played traditional rival Xavier in a
Nippert Stadium contest. Xavier struck quickly and
often to build up a 17-0 half-time lead. The Bear-
cats showed their lighting spirit in the second half
when they held Xavier scoreless and tallied twelve
points. Cincy was driving for the winning score as
time ran out. The Bearcats next played host to the
Air Force Academy Falcons. The Falcons were down-
trodden and hungry for victory. They scored first and
added a two point conversion, attempted after a bad
pass from center ruined their attempt at a place kick.
This two point play proved to be the winning margin
as Cincy could rally for only six points in the last
quarter. Cincy did win a moral victory as the Air
Force mascot decided to stay perched atop the gym-
nasium. The Houston Cougars arrived at Nippert
Stadium after a bruising loss to nationally ranked Mis-
sissippi. Cincinnati tried to extend the Cougars' losing
streak to two games, but fell seven points short of
their goal as Houston outscored the 'Cats 13-7. The
loss and the weather were once again typical of a
Cincinnati Homecoming. Fortunately the Queen, her
Court, and the floats were all very beautiful and the
fans managed to drown their sorrows at Castle Farms.
Bearcats bring down the
enemy ball carrier.
the national anthem.
Bearcats stout defense closes up
the hole thrust in their line.
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opponents over the intercom.
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: H. Phillips, G. Schmidt, T. Reinstatler, K. Byers, Co-Capt., D. Ross Co-Capt F
Oblak, C. Shuff, B. Hess. Second Row: R. Simko, A. Chiodi, M. Kattus, P. Maxwell, F. Vabic, T. Farrell, E. .Tkatch J Grad K
Conatser. Third Row: J. Davis, B. McFarland, J. Buren, D. Six, E. Banks, M. Bubesa, J. Van Arnem, D.. Points Fourth Row J
Curry, J. Mramor, B. Kopich, C. Montgomery, D. Chernek, D. Rice, L. Harp, K. Van Buren, F. Shaut. Fifth. Row P Goldner D
Rogers, J. Paris, M. Smith, P. Palka, T. Harless, B. Ackerman, B. Voglegesang, F. Hynoski. Sixth Row: R. Simmons R Starks D
Cauley, J. Momper, D. Carpenter, J. Weber, T. Thatch, J. Cackowski, R. Tassini. Seventh Row: T. Toerner, Howell J Z1ma
P. Morton, J. Shank, J. Macke, T. Witt, F. Clasick, B. McKotch, P. Higgins, F. Kopich. Eighth Row: J. Phillips D Anderson
D. McPherson, B. Delaney, C. Studley, Head Coach, M. Scarry, B. Miller, J. Kelly, D. Ritchie.
BEARCATS E D GL00lVlY SEASON 0N BRIGHT OTE DEFEATI G TITANS
The :University of Detroit Titans visited Cincinnati to
close out the football season. The Titans were prob- GAME RESULTS: 1961
ably the best team to face the Bearcats during the
year, however, they were minus the services of their
All-American candidate, Jerry Gross. In a very rough
game, the "Cats began to click and they simply out-
played their opponents both offensively and defensive-
ly. Cincinnati withstood a late Detroit rally to win
19-13. Although the Bearcats wound up the season
with a disappointing three wins and seven loses, the
future remains bright. Coach Studley cannot be ex-
pected to produce miracles in one year. Both he and
the team worked hard this year. The 'cats defense was
improved perceptibly by the end of the season, while
injuries to key personnel hampered the oifense. Most
important of all was the fact that the team never lost
its spirit throughout the "long" season. Cincinnati
was once feared and respected as a football power
and they can assume this position again.
Air Force . .
Houston . . .
North Texas .
Miami . . .
Detroit . .
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: D. Wright, A. Nelson, D. Berrett, T. Sobolewski, P. Stoll, P. Whitiield, E. Prisby,
B. Conti, G. Sasser. Second Row: C. Walton, B. Schen, R. Grooms, T. Mueller, B. Ackman, J. Fuller, B. Steinhouser, R. Perdrix,
B. Sign. Third Row: J. Swagert, R. Kitaeaff, D. DeRosa, L. Cox, R. Welch, R. Parry, C. DeRosa, D. Thomas, T. Cappola. Fourth
Row: J. Shaw, V. Bukuts, C. Truglio, P. Ward, B. Brown, B. Bailey, D. Piroz, D. Grigas, I. Swanda, I. Smedley. Fifth Row: R.
Morgan, Manager, D. Ritchie, Coachg D. McPherson, Coach, J. Kelly, Coachg J. Phillips, Coach.
Number of Plays . . . 510 529
Net Oifense ................ 1679 2198
Average Offense Per Game 186.5 244.2
First Downs ....... 108 102
Number of Penalties . . 47 46
Yards Penalized . . . 429 424
Number of Fumbles . . 23 19
Fumbles Lost .... 18 6
Pass receivers are caught attempting ballet
EEARCAT BEGIN SEASON SECOND T0 THE
All-American guard, T ony Yates, quarterbacks
a Bearcat play in the Wichita game.
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around Bradley player.
Sophomore George Wilson, 6'7" forward,
springs above his opponent for the rebound.
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Paul H ogue, All-American center, banks
another goal on a jump shot.
Ron Bonharn, sophomore
starting forward, drives the lane
Coaches Juoker and Baker
accept St. Louis' Coach
after 'Cat victory over Bills.
Bearcats cheerfully hoist first NCAA pennant not knowing that second pennant was to be won.
"Radar" Ron Bonham aims another sure
shot in the Holiday Festival St. John's
game in Madison Square Garden as
teammate Hogue sets up the screen.
Thacker successfully pulls in a pass
over the head of a Wichita man.
The bench, one of the strongest in the country,
huddles around Juck for a change in strategy.
Yates goes to the air in
a driving layup.
No qualification goes with the "best in school historyv
description of this year's basketball team which also
happened to be the best collegiate outfit in the nation.
The talent-laden 'Cats jumped to a 21-8 lead in the
first eight minutes and virtually coasted to victory
over Indiana State in the season opener. luck called
it "pretty much of an experimental gamen as he was
still trying to find a starting five. Three nights later
basketball fans looked on in amazement as the champs
humbled Miami 63-30. The ,Cats defenseheld the
'Skins scoreless for 12 minutes. UC's deadly shooting
then riddled Wisconsin as Big Paul led the team with
ten points. The wallpaper paste defense smashed Mar-
shall as Dierking hit his career high of 19 points. Then
defeat, as it must to all teams, hit Cincinnati at Wich-
ita. A foul called against Shingleton gave the Shockers
the ball with six seconds to go and Lanny Van Eman
scored on a jumper from the corner to put UC in
EARLY LOSSES T0 BRADLEY, WICHITA, BACK 'CATS UP AGAINST WALL
Middletowrfs hero, Tom Sizer, fights for the rebound.
second place in the MVC. Loose and relaxed with
the pressure of a 27 game Win-streak gone, Cincy
walloped Colorado in a fastbreaking game which saw
Ron Bonham take the hearts of the Madison Square
Gardens' fans and popped in 27 points. A miserable
shooting night made it a close contest against LaSalle
before UC finally won out. Tom Thacker made the
switch to guard and threw in several long-range goals
to sink LaSalle. In the tournament finals Cincy showed
New York how to play basketball as they romped
over Wisconsin for the second time, 106-71. Back in
conference play, UC's sophs led the win over St. Louis.
luck said of the game, "Our guards ran the show . . .
cool 'Cats, Yates and Shingletonf' The Bearcats clout-
ed Tulsa 72-43 and then traveled to the Peoria pit.
The second conference loss, came here at the hands
of the Bradley Braves. The 'Cats fought valiantly
but hnally gave in to a two-point overtime loss.
Fans break loose as 'Cats take lead in the
all-important second Bradley game.
Chaos breaks loose as the Bearcats smash the thirdfranked
Braves to virtually assure MVC co-championship.
Tlzacker's pulling in another one
shows why the 'Cats are ranked
fifth nationally in rebounding.
The two early season losses, however, turned out to be
an asset in disguise because the long uphill climb to
the league summit helped UC in the rigors of tourna-
ment play. One at a time, Cincy marched towards the
future Bradley tilt. They downed the Dukes in a rug-
ged non-conference bout and then whipped NTS at
home. In this game, Yates soared to his career high
of 23 points while the starting unit only played about
half the game. The cool, careful 'Cats with their cal-
culated plays relentlessly marched on. They beat St.
Louis, Tulsa, George Washington, and Houston. The
end of the season was drawing near when Chet Walker
and Co. finally came to the Armory Fieldhouse. The
fans were decked in spirit and the team was fired-up
Two hours later Wilson stuifed the last basket of the
game through the nets and UC had won going away.
Within a week they had also avenged their other early
season loss by beating Wichita and in the process had
clinched a tie with Bradley for the MVC crown.
Most valuable player Hogue goes high into the air with Wisconsin's
Jack Brens in leading the team to victory over the highly-ranked
Badgers in the Holiday Festival Championship game.
Cheerleader Sue Cornelius leaps
toward the Garden's roof prior to
UC victory over arch-rival Xavier.
Hogue and Wilson battle for the ball before another packed Fieldhouse crowd
Alarm seizes the crowd as Ron Bonham falls to the floor in anguish.
'All for Cincy stand up and holler!"
The tallest 6'2" forward-guard in col-
legiate basketball snarls another rebound
to help extend Cincy's eighteen game
Thacker evades the Wichita Shockefs defense to score a goal.
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Dierking presses a Miami guard Fans, shakers, hats, and the "greatest ever" spirit help
into another turnover. the 'Cats towards their fifth MVC championship.
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Big George sets up a screen for
Tony Yates, who Coach Jucker
has called "the most underrated
guard in the country" ftopj. A
visiting coach protests to no
avail as luck yells instructions
out onto the floor flower leftj.
The tall front-line of Hogue
and Wilson proves to be too
much for little Indiana State
"When the game gets tight you can expect a little testing
under the boards," as shown by UC's Fred Dierking and
Bradley's All-American Chet "the Jet" Walker.
CAT END REGULAR SEASO WITH 24-2 MARK, MVC C0-CHAMPl0NSHIP
STATISTICS: 1961-62 BASKETBALL RESULTS: 1961-62,
Player FGA FGM Por. FTA FTM Pct. RBD Avg. OPPONENTS
Hogue 424 211 .498 175 99 .566 383 16.8 .. Indiana State ................ 63
Bonham 382 174 .455 125 95 .760 156 14.3 ' 1 .M13VUfgCgiS?If1f" 1 ' ' ' -""" I I I I 22
Thacker 331 134 .405 121 74 .612 266 11.0 ,. Drake . ., .,,. 59
Wilson 216 109 .505 101 67 .663 248 9.2 - - - - - - ' -- gg
Yates 253 97 .383 91 61 .670 94 8.2 jf Q 'Colorado' f Q Q ff Q Q 67
Dierking 97 42 .433 51 30 .558 81 4.1 St- J0hn'S 68
Shin It 101 42 416 25 14 560 34 3 9 La Salle 56
lgehon ' ' ' ' ...WiSconsin... ....71
Hfadomng 47 24 .511 35 20 .571 50 3.1 .. . Sf. Louis . .. . . .. 47
Sizor 57 26 .456 24 15 .625 33 2.7 ---- Tulsa -- ' -- - 4 43
. .... Bradley ....70
Calhoun 38 14 .368 3 2 .667 7 1.7 1 t H Dayton ,,-. ,W 61
Reis 10 3 .300 4 2 .500 2 0.5 .... Duquesnes. . - ---- ggi
Elsasser 7 2 .286 4 1 .250 5 0.5 I I ij 52
Abernathy 4 1 .250 O 0 .000 2 0.7 .... Houston . . . . . . . 52
North Texas State .... 20
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UC Totals 1967 879 .447 759 480 .632 1536 72.2 llvni tTu1gg'1lS .,,,,..,. ,,., 5 2
Opponents 1799 663 .369 556 381 .685 1142 55.1 George Washington --.. ---- 4 3
. . . Creighton .... . . . . 46
.... OhioState .... ...59
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: L. Shingleton, T. Yates, L. Elsasser, T
Thacker, T. Sizer, J. Calhoun. Second Row: T. Baker, B. Abernathy, F. Dierking, G. Wilson
R. Reise, P. Hogue, D. Heidotting, R. Bonham, E. Jucker.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: J. Schwab, Cunningharn, I. Natale,
G. Spencer, L. Johnson, F. Meyer. Second Row: J. Allen, M. Komcky, E. Franklin, R. Krick,
G. Smith, T. Joseph, E. Phifer, J. Powless.
Bonham displays his typical form posing
quite a problem for a Bradley Brave.
The Bearcats swept past Bradley in the MVC playoff
game to gain their fifth straight trip to the NCAA
midwest regionals. A 53476 shooting average and
good balanced scoring were important in the deci-
sion. Bonham hit Well in the iirst half which ended
in Thacker's 40-foot set shot sizzling the nets. In the
second half it was Hogue who put the game out of
Bradley's reach. Braves' Coach Osborne said: "We
had to chase them . . . and when you have to chase
Cincinnati you're in trouble."
Braa'ley's defense fails to stop Cincy's Tony Yates
UC pattern offense pays OH as Yates gets of another percentage shot
Photo by William R. Wlzitteker
CAT COP PLAY-0FF GAME? EAR RIGHT T0 DEFEND NCAA CROW
Cats and fans show exhuberance over UC victory, earning right to defend national title.
Hoisred by Fred Dierking,
Shingleton cuts down Z1
souvenir ne! from the
FURICUS 'CATS GRAB SECOND NCAA CROWN
The 'Cats got the scare of their lives
from "those kids from the coast."
Fired-up Wilson tore the ball of the backboardy, Yates congratulates Thacker. He had missed all six shots he had
taken up to that time-but he made the one that counted.
Cincy met Creighton of Omaha, Nebraska, in the
opener of the NCAA midwest Regional at Manhattan,
Kansas. The Bluejays, Paul Silas was the leading re-
bounder in the nation until he ran into George Wilson.
Wilson blocked his first three shots and limited him
to seven rebounds for the night. Meanwhile Hogue
snagged 19 rebounds and hit for 24 points. Bonham
had a little trouble getting going, but still came
through with 14 points. Stingy was the word to de-
scribe the Work of guards Sizer and Yates as they
limited Creighton's backcourt combination to 12
points.The final score was 66-46 with UC on top.
In the Midwest Championship game Cincy's defense
also limited Colorado to 46 points. This was the third
game in a row that UC held its opponents to this
total. The Buffalos kept the score close for most of
the first half. Then Hogue got in foul trouble and
Wilson moved to center and Thacker to forward.
This provided a spark to the Cincy offense and the
'Cats pulled away. At halftime Bonham had 14, Wil-
son 12, and Hogue 10, and the team led 41-29. The
end of the game saw UC claim an unprecedented
fifth straight NCAA Midwest championship while
leading scorer Paul Hogue garnered the MVP award.
Bonham fires over defending Lucas.
The moment the game was over luck leaped from the
bench and shot a single finger upward showing the
magic No. I. Seconds later he and Paul Hague held
the trophy high in the air. There was no chance
that they would drop the tremendous trophy, for
neither had made a mistake all night.
"They can't overlook us two years in a row.
Doesn't this prove it? We are the best!"
Ed Jucker, Cincy's coach of defense, was still
half-amazed for he can't quite seem to win a
Coach of the year awardg his players aren't
named All-Americang and his team hasn't
received first place in a single press poll.
Backcourt superiority, typified by
Yates' clear shot, smashed State.
Tom Thacker drives against State while Wilson moves into rebounding position.
Jack and Hogue are all smiles as they
gather in the Championship trophy.
CINCY'S N0. 1, 0. 1, N0. l
In a wild, tension-packed battle the polished and
poised Bearcats finally subdued the dazzling Uclans
72-70 in NCAA semifinals. Hogue amassed 36 points
to personally keep UC in the game until about a min-
ute remained and the score was tied. Then Sizer drew
an olfensive foul and Cincy got the ball. With three
seconds to go, Thacker hit a 12-foot jumper. "That
was it-baby," yelled Thacker in the dressing room.
"As soon as it left my hand, I knew that was itll'
The finals pitted UC and Ohio State in the Iirst re-
match in the history of the tournament. The game
started out close, but soon the pressure-defense forced
State out of its fast-breaking game and at that mo-
ment the 'Cats won the crown. Cincinnati broke in
front and was never headed again. Hogue outplayed
Lucas and was named MVP and the team once more
carried home the biggest trophy. No team ever won
against greater odds, and no team played a finer game
than the 'Cats delivered in the long-awaited rematch
with State, the former No. 1 team in the nation by the
press polls. Back home students jammed Fountain
Square and honked horns and shouted until the wee
hours: "We're No. ll", "It was tremendous!", "What
does DiSalle say this year?", "They can't call this one
a fluke", and "We came, we saw, we conquered."
Photos by William R. Whitteker.
UC'S SWIM TEAM PLACES SEVENTH IN NATION
UC swimmer sets his mark in the
Laurence Hall Pool is the new home of the fighting 'Cats.
Cincinnatils swimming team earned a No.1 ranking
among the university's aquatic outfits with a seventh
place finish in the NCAA Championships, first place
honors in both the MVC and Ohio AAU Senior Chap-
pionship meets, and ending up with an 8-1 dual meet
record. The lone loss was to mighty Indiana's mermen.
All-American Gary Heinrich placed second in the
1500-meter and 440-yard freestyle events at the
NCAA Finals. Sophomore Jim Norman sprinted to a
third place showing in the 50-yard freestyle while Joe
Alkire took fourth place in the 100-yard butterfly.
The 'Cats smashed 14 records in the MVC meet while
placing iirst in all events and 1-2-3 honors in seven
of the events. Coach Paul Hartlaub has high hopes
for the 1962-63 campaign as he loses only one swim-
mer, backstroker Keith Dimond through graduation.
Captain Jim Marchetti and Coach Paul Haurtlaub.
Gary Heinrich gives the victory
sign after winning his event.
Highly promising Joe Alkire poses in the midst of his butterfly stint.
VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM-Bottom Row: D. Wiesenhahn, B. Edwards, P. Meng, F.
Terauds, G. Sapadin, B. Donohoo. Second Row: P. Hartlaub, Coach, P. Cardullias, E. Beck,
I. Norman, I. Alkire, G. Heinrich, I. Marchetti, K. Dimond.
FIRST PLACE MVC LAURELS TAKEN BY MERMEN
SWIMMING RESULTS: 1961-62
60 . . . . . . Indianapolis A. C. . . . .
64... ..... Air Force
66 . . . . . . Bowling Green . . .
24... ..... Ind1ana......
66 . . . . . Ohio University . .
67... ..... Kenyon......
54 . . . . . Southern Illinois . .
53... ....... NotreDame....
185... ........ Bradley......
St. Louis . . .
Marchetti uses isometric contractions to replace calisthenics
Heinrich pulls himself out of the water Alkire demonstrates breathing
Norman takes a racing dive into pool. as he performs the butterfly. fgrm in a freestyle event.
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Three swimmers are of in the 440-yard freestyle before packed stands.
Coach Bill Schwarberg's golf team achieved the dis-
tinction of being the finest in school history with a -'
12-2 record and third place finishes in both the Mis- 1
souri Valley Conference and Ohio Intercollegiate A '
Tournaments. Ed Driver, a junior from Sycamore
High, posted a 72.8 average. He turned in three cards
of 69 and tied for seventh place in the MVC Tourney.
Other lettermen were John Ehlen with a 74.8 average
and Jim Wilmers who logged a 75.5 average. The
'Catsl record nearly duplicated last year's 12-1-1 mark
16M .... .....
21M .... .....
19 .... .....
24M .... .....
GOLF RESULTS: 1961
Villa Madonna .
Miami of Ohio .
Miami of Ohio . .
Villa Madonna . .
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Xavier ........... . . 8 '
195- . - Eastern Kentucky . . . . . . 12
21M .... ..... D ayton ....,....... SM
7 . . Kentucky ...... .... 2 0
18 .... ..... W ilmington . . . , , 3
22M .... ..... X avier ...... . . . 4M
185 "" -"" H anovef -'-- - - - 25 Jack Moran measures as John
VARSITY GOLF TEAM-C. Schlotman, L. McCoy, B. Rotte, J. Moran, W. Schwarberg,
Coachg T. Dreyer, E. Driver, J. Ehlen.
Ehlen prepares to putt.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Bottom Row: M. Perrett, K. Adams, E. Baker, D. Dunkelberger,
B. Klayer, D. Mattock, D. Osterfeld, B. Roncker, C. Shook, R. Bug, C. Bibs.
Cross country men practice jogging across the campus.
CROSS COUNTRY TE M
'Coach Tay Baker ran his young cross-country squad
through its most successful season in years. The "hill
and gully boysi' earned an 8-1 record for the season.
The scoring leader over the year was Harold Schuck
with four first places. His best time was 20:44 against
the University of Kentucky. Bill Klayer was the
number two man as he placed first three times. Bob
Rencker was also a steady performer.
CROSS-COUNTRY RESULTS: 1961
20... ......... Eastern Kentucky ............... .. 39
15... ...Villa Madonna.. .......50
15... ..... Berea ..... ....48
16... .... Hanover .... ....44
26... .... Central State 32
27... ...Muskingum.... ....29
39... BallState... ....20
23... Morehead ....32
27... Kentucky ....28
Jim Mahan was u consistent
winner for the team.
WRESTLING TE M
Coach Glenn Sample has led the Wrestling team to
its second consecutive Winning season with a 5-4-2
dual meet record and a first place in the only quad-
rangular event. The outstanding grappler was again
Frank Shaut in the 177-pound division. Shaut was
unbeaten in 27 bouts over a two year period. It was
not until the Hrst round in the NCAA meet that Shaut
lost a bout. Then Shaut was injured, but still decided
to grapple with the Skyline Conference champion
and lost. Also outstanding on the team were Jim Ma-
han, and co-captains Paul Fleming and Lew Thaman.
Shaut and Phillips take position to begin a bout.
WRESTLING RESULTS: 1962
27 .... . . Wabash . . ....... . . 3
11 .... .... D ennisorx .... .... 1 7
20 .... .... M arshall .... . . . 8
14 .... ... Ball State ... ... 14
9 .... .... K ent State ...., . . . 17
13... ...MiamiofOhio... ...l3
32... Earlham 0
10... ...MiamiofOhio... ...21
28 .... . . . West Liberty .... . . . 6
13 .... . . . Indiana State .... . . . 18
14 .... . . . Notre Darne .... ... 13
WRESTLING TEAM-Bottom Row: S. Arnold, H. Phillips, B. Schaffer, P. Fleming, J. Mon-
topoli, L. Thaman, J. Mahan, D. Barrett, G. Michaelson. Second Row: B. Ward, Managerg
N. Somer, J. Arney, D. Wright, J. Dolby, F. Shaut, S. Ranker, J. Medvickis, G. Schmidt,
I. Phillips, J. Carney, J. Black, G. Sample, Coach.
RIFLE TEAM-Bottom Row: T. Aultz, A. Norway, co-capt.g E. Stuebing, co-capt. Second
Row: B. Grawe, B. Kruger, B. Brown, sec.g J. Mericle
This year's rifle team was blessed with the depth it has
lacked in years past, as is clearly demonstrated by the
composite 30-5 seasonal record. The team fired in two
different leagues and captured the Inter-collegiate
League Championship and won the Powell and Clem-
ent trophy. On their annual spring tour the team de-
feated teams from Loyola of Chicago, DePaul, Notre
Dame, and Michigan University. The single loss of the
tour was to Notre Dame's fine Army team which beat
Cincinnati in the iifth and final meet.
The squad sets its sights on the targets as they win another meet
TENNI TEA I
52 Captain John Kline ana' Art Kunz return a Marshall serve.
The Cincy netmen completed last season with a 15-3
record and a co-championship in the MVC. Among
the Bearcats' victims were Detroit, Ohio State, Purdue,
Miami, and Xavier. They Won the first six matches of
the season, lost three in the south, and rebounded with
nine straight to complete Coach Harry Fogleman's
record at 89-27. The new tennis coach, .Tohn Powless
comes to UC from Murray State. Powless, an out-
standing netman himself, will have returning lettermen
John Kline, Art Kunz, and Hal Busch on the team.
TENNIS RESULTS: 1961
7 . . . Ohio State . . . . . . 2
9 . . Bowling Green . . . 0
5 . . Prudue .... . . 2
7 . . Ballarmine . . . . 0
9 . . Marshall .... . . O
8 . . VMI ......... 0
4 . . North Carolina State . . . 5
O . . North Carolina . . . . 9
1 . . Duke .... . . 8
6 . . Davidson . . . . 3
6 . . VPI . .. . . 0
9 . . Toledo . . . . 0
6 . . Kalamazoo . L . 3
7 . . Detroit . . . 2
6 . . Hanover . . . . 1
9 . . Xavier . . . . O
8 . . Kentucky . . . . . 1
5 . . Miami of Ohio . . . 4
Q VARSITY TENNIS TEAM-Bottom Row: R. Isphording, H. Busch, A. Rosenber, A. Kienz.
Second Row: J. Powless, Coachg H. Hartong, J. Kline, L. Whitaker, L. Haas.
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VARSITY TRACK TEAM-Bottom Row: B. Bentz, E. Prsiby, B. Ronker, B. Klare D Mat
lock K Pamer Second Row: B. Howe, P. Agostini, M. Perret, H. Watson, J. Amy A Nelson
Thzrd Row T Perry, Mgr.g D. Dunkelburger, Ass't Coachg P. Woods, H. Burleiner C Burgess
D Johnson H Shuck, T. Baker, Coach.
The 1961 Bearcat track squad finished the season in
much improved form compared to the previous season
by posting a 3-5 won-lost record. Last year's team was
paced by sophs Bill Klayer, Bob Howell, and Captain
Herb Desch who were the three leading scorers. Coach
Tay Baker, in his second season as Bearcat track boss,
directed his relatively inexperienced outfit to the best
season at Cincy since 1957. This spring Coach Baker
will be assisted by many sophomores who showed
promise last year as freshmen.
TRACK RESULTS: 1961
...,Central State .. . . . .100
. . .Morehead . . . . . 85
Kentucky ...... . . . 5212
...Ohio Wesleyan . .. . . . .109
Kenyon ....... ... 362
Heidelberg .... . . . 14
. . . .Louisville .... ... 49M
Bellarmine .... . . . 43
Tom Chambers proves to be
an easy out at third base.
BA EBALL TEAM
The 19-5-2 record of the baseball team stands as a
record in school history. Coach Sample's players also
advanced into the NCAA Tournament where they Won
three games before being eliminated. The Bearcats
won the Missouri Valley Conference championship
with a perfect 10-0 record in league play. Excellent
pitching highlighted the successful season. The UC
hurling staff had a joint ERA of 2.46 and an average
of 10.9 strikeouts per game. As a team, Cincinnati
had Aa good batting average of .260 and an even better
fielding average of .948.
Right Fielder, Bill Lucy, slides safely into second base in the Dayton game.
Bill Faul, UC's All-American pitcher.
14 .... ......... S t. Joseph's .....
10 .... ..... S t. Joseph's
6 .... ..... D ayton .....
.....Iacksonville N.A.S. ..
7 .... ..... S t. Louis ....
1 .... ..... W estern Michigan
1 .... ...Michigan
Dale Norris attempts to
beat the throw to first.
Captains Fred F ricke Dale Norris,
Bill Faul, and Terry lleyffron
gather around Coach Glenn Sample.
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: B. Ross, R. Caldwell, R. Fricke, D. Norris,
B. Faul, T. Heffron, P. Fleming. Second Row: B. Gaskins, J. Cunningham, H. Cronin, K.
Hageslom, J. Brockhoff, T. Chambers, J. Cunningham, D. Stuhlmueller, B. Lucy. Third Row:
G. Sample, Coach, T. Pac, Ass't Coach, J. Faul, R. Breeden, G. Smith, L. Elsasser, M. Burch,
S. Schoenbach, I. Klinger, B. Hisrich.
I THA RALS
The University intramural program provides all male
students with an opportunity to participate in organ-
ized athletics. The intramural program offers competi-
tion in the less widely known sports, as well as major
team sports. Participants represent teams which com-
pete in each sport throughout the year. Teams are
entered by fraternal, religious, military, college, and
dormitory groups. With nine sports to be played, the
SAE's have an almost insurmountable lead, with Theta
Chi, Sigma Chi, and Phi Delt following in that order.
Alpha Sigs run careful defense for passer in
intramural contest with the Men's Dorm team.
INTRAMURAL STANDINGS: 1961
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phi Delta Theta
Pi Kappa Alpha
Beta Theta Pi
Pi Lambda Phi
Delta Tau Delta
Peace Corps and SAE Men battle for jump
in basketball finals. SAE won 70-68.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Phi Kappa Theta
Alpha Tau Omega
Sigma Alpha Mu
Lambda Chi Alpha
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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-Bottom Row: R. Morgan, S. Imhoff, M. Butterfield
G. Schirmer, J. Bockhorst, C. Sullivan. Second Row: J. Roy, C. Watanabe, N. Beamer, B
Gegner, J. Rolfert, G. Marioni, P. Irish. Third Row: S. Schoen, J. Rahe, J. Brockoif, 'C. Cald
well, J. Bittman, S. Korn, N. Davis, P. Ziegel.
Tired participants relax between events at the annual WAA swimming meet. W. A.
The Women's Athletic Association provides a com-
plete schedule of seasonal sports through its intra-
mural, varsity, and individual sports programs. In-
dependent organizations and sororities compete in
intramural sports for a trophy awarded at the year's
end. The varsity hockey and basketball teams sched-
ule games with other schools in the tri-state area. In-
dividual sports permit members to compete for awards
on the basis of individual merit. Each year WAA
awards a blazer to the outstanding member, and the
coveted HC" ring to the outstanding senior woman.
Performels get ready for Modern Dance Conce
GRADUATES NOT PICT RED
COLLEGE OF LAVV
Joseph M. Allen, L.L.B.
John A. Bankemper, L.L.B.
William H. Eder, Jr., L.L.B.
William E. Foley, L.L.B.
Charles D. Hei1e,L.L.B.
James Kiger, L.L.B.
Russell E. Lamm, Jr., L.L.B.
James A. McSwain, L.L.B.
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Edward Richard Brown, M.D.
Jerome Brown, M.D.
Carl Joseph Dorko, M.D.
Donald Merrill Greer, Jr., M.D.
George Grooms Hales, M.D.
John Joseph Jagger, M.D.
Allan Bernard Kirsner, M.D.
Gary Bruce Marcus, M.D.
Mary Patricia McAnaw, M.D.
Dean James Pelley, M.D.
Richard Dale Potts, M.D.
Joseph Sirkin, M.D.
Gilbert J. Striepeke, M.D.
Edward R. Thomas, Jr., M.D.
COLLEGE OF ARTS
Karen L. Allen, BA Sociology
Patrick G. Ammons, BS Physics
William E. Anderson, BA History
Alan E. Anderson, BA History
John S. Aubrey, BA History
Ronald P. Aue, BA English
Nancy Batterson, BS Bacteriology
Shepard Braun, BA Philosophy
Eugene F. Browning, BA Economies
Raymond Cremering, BA Geology
Holly Cyllum, BA German
Castner Denton, BA English
Anne Devins, BA Political Science,
Joann M. Deye, BA Sociology
James H. Donaldson, BA Zoology
John H. Druffel, BA Political Science
Deanna Z. Frank, BA Psychology
Ann B. Fuell, BA Sociology
Gary L. Furey, II, BA Economics
Paul W. Gillespie, BA English
Frank W. Ginn, BA Psychology
Irwin Goldberg, BA Psychology
Ann F. Haack, BA English
J. Gail Harrington, BA English
George B. Heidelman, BA Economics
Norman C. Hester, BS Geology
David L. Jasper, BS Zoology
Lewis G. Keck, BA Spanish
Raymond R. Kennedy, BA Spanish
Dale G. Klosterman, BS Geology
Arthur S. Liskow, BS Zoology
Karen G. Liukkonen, BA American
John W. Maisel, BA Bacteriology
Louis Marcus, BA Political Science
Victor C. Margolis, BA Psychology
Lucretia McCalmont, BA Political
Richard C. Morris, BA Chemistry
Wiliam R. Morton, BA English
Sarah V. Murphree, BA Philosophy
James P. Murphy, BA English
Betty Naegel, BA Spanish
Thomas B. Niehaus, BA English
Janet F. Niehaus, BA Spanish
Judith E. Philips, BA History
Daniel L. Pollard, BS Chemistry
James Ronald Proud, BS Bacteriology
James C. Ralston, S. Physics
Ralph R. Rampton, BA Chemistry
Lawrence Retallick, BS Chemistry
Jay K. Rinehart, BS Chemistry
Herbert P. Ringhand, BS Chemistry
Frederick Rissover, BA English
George L. Robb, BS Chemistry
IN SENIOR ECTIO
Thelma Rubenstein, BA English
Sharon J. Salinger, BS Chemistry
Werner P. Schardt, BS Chemistry
Roberta Schlaifer, BA Psychology
Jack Schmidlapp, BA English
William Schneider, BA History
Gloria Schottenstein, BA Political
Gilbert J. Shaver, BA German
James J. Sherry, BS Zoology
Ralph P. Shield, BA Economics
Dwight H. Short, II, BS Zoology
David W. Simmons, BA Psychology
Henry I. Sirkin, B APolitical Science
Jo Ellen Spitz, BA History
George Spruck, BA Psychology
Pamela J. Stevens, BS History
Larry Stillpass, BS Sociology
Jack H. Stone, BS Political Science
Marvin L. Vawter, BA English
Bethany W. Watts, BA French
Myron S. Wayne, BS Zoology
Robert D. Wendorf, BS Psychology
Thomas Wertheimer, BS English
Laurel A. Widlar, BA Music
Patricia C. Winans, BA Zoology
Carolyn M. Winget, BA Sociology
William Wrassman, BA Sociology
Eugene J. Youkilis, BS Medical Tech-
Frederick A. Yowler, BS Physics
William J. Jung, BA Pre Personnel
8a Industrial Relations
Philip A. Ziegler, BS Geology
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
James D. Algyre, Jr., BBA Marketing
Ronald W. Amend, BBA Accounting
John W. Blanford, BS Industrial
Glen W. Buswell, BBA Marketing
Philip P. Gratsch, BBA Accounting
James W. Green, BBA Accounting
Gerald G. Hofmann, BS Industrial
David K. Karlson, BBA Marketing
Dale S. Norris, BBA Marketing
Ronald L. Poole, BBA Finance
Robert S. Raine, BBA Finance
Charles J. Rowley, BBA Accounting
Robert J. Schell, BBA Accounting
Robert K. Sears, BBA Marketing
Ray A. Simmons, BBA Finance
Tom A. Sizer, BBA Marketing
Frank J. Varvic, BBA Marketing
Neil' T. West, BS Industrial Design
COLLEGE OF DESIGN,
ARCHITECTURE AND ART
Vincent H. Alvarez, BS Design
Terry E. Beilhartz, BS Architecture
Ernst P. Bitzer, BS Architecture
Howard H. Davis, BS Architecture
David A. Day, BS Design
Roger Heimgartner, BS Design
John R. Hice, BS Design
Igo J urgens, BS Architecture
Chris Kontonickas, BS Architecture
Hal D. Laughridge, Jr., BS Design
Jack P. Martin, BS Design
Thomas K. Shafor, BS Design
Frank T. Swant, BS Design
David E. Thompson, BS Design
Sandra J . Troutman, BS Design
Ronald Whipperman, BS Design
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
8: HOME ECONOMICS
Nancy J . Ankenman, BS Education
Karen Aukerman, BS Education
Carolyn W. Averill, BS Education
Pauline M. Bailer, BS Education
Edward Banks, BS Education
Diane Bowerson, BS Education
Mary Ann Brill, BS Education
Thomas G. Bullock, BS Education
James H. Calhoun, BS Education
Helen M. Curtis, BS Home Economics
Rita F. Danziger, BS Education
W. Errol Fricke, BS Education
Marjorie D. Genge, BS Education
Ariel Guttman, BS Education
Herschel Hardy, BS Education
Esther Hatton, BS Education
Paul H. Hogue, BS Education
Emmerlin J. Howe, BS Education
Ann Hunter, BS Education
Lillian M. Jenkins, BS Education
Elizabeth Kotte, BS Education
Leon Love, BS Education
Paul V. Maxwell, BS Education
Shirley McKibben, BS Education
Stanly F. Meier, BS Education
Sue Ellen Newman, BS Education
Carolyn Nudell, BS Education
Barbara L. Nutter, BS Education
Margaret Robinson, BS Education
Karen S. Rockhold, BS Education
Lynn Rosenbaum, BS Education
Donald E. Ross, BS Education
Fred Roth, BS Education
Gail K. Schmidlapp, BS Education
Gale M. Schmidt, BS Education
Bearl D. Smallridge, BS Education
Jeffrey R. Stafford, BS Education
Catherine Tarbell, BS Education
Jerry Townsend, BS Education
Thomas N. Turner, BS Education
Robert Vordenberg, BS Education
Joyce R. Waddell, BS Education
Joseph B. Webb, BS Education
Julia Webb, BS Education
Patricia Whitlock, BS Education
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Paul G. Ater, Civil Engineering
John W. Abele, Electrical Engineering
Arthur R. Bauer, Electrical Engineer-
Gunter R. Bernard, Civil Engineering
Hubert I. Eing, Electrical Engineering
Jens J . Freese, Electrical Engineering
John P. Fundersol, Civil Engineering
John T. Gilmore, Civil Engineering
Klaus Hobucher, Mechanical
David J. Hoffman, Electrical Engi-
Harry W. Kaericher, Aerospace
Karl Kassbohrer, Mechanical Engi-
Ronald Meyer, Chemical Engineering
Robert M. Neff, Jr., Civil Engineering
Neil R. Norkaitis, Mechanical Engi-
Dominic A. Pitocco, Mechanical
Charles W. Rowland, Civil Engineer-
Jack .M. Shadle, Mechanical Engineer-
William R. Smeal, Mechanical En-
John H. Walker, Mechanical Engi-
Karl A. Wienand, Mechanical Engl-
COLLEGE OF NURSING
Phyllis Berkman, BS Nursing
Benita P. Hopkins, BS Nursing
Augusta P. Huffman, BS Nursing
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
W. L. Ausdenmoore, BS Pharmacy
Sidney I. Cohen, BS Pharmacy
Joseph L. Discepoli, BS Pharmacy
Edward L. Driver, BS Pharmacy
Robert C. Fentress, BS Pharmacy
Stuart Graff, BS Pharmacy
Charles G. Levine, BS Pharmacy
John L. Marx, BS Pharmacy
Accito, Don - 190 Day, Bee - 150
Ronald E. McDaniel, BS Pharmacy
Roger F. Menda, BS Pharmacy
James N. Murphy, BS Pharmacy
William H. Nelson, BS Pharmacy
Thomas G. Rawers, BS Pharmacy
David H. Schneider, BS Pharmacy
Paul G. Tarland, BS Pharmacy
Thomas J. Urlage, BS Pharmacy
Donald W. Walters, BS Pharmacy
John Aseere, A.S.S.
Frances L. Berg, A.S.S.
Sheila E. Cain, A.S.S.
Agnew, Joyce G. - 70
Alcorn, Mrs. - 272
Allinsmith, Wesley - 110
Altemeier, William - 147
Ames, Van Meter - 110
Anderson, Dick - 324
Aring, Charles - 146
Badertscher, Betty - 160, 310
Baker, Henry - 79
Baker, Tay- 337, 353
Ball, Richard - 79
Barrow, Roscoe - 142
Baumeister, Mildred -260
Bishop, Robert I-138, 161
Black, Schaffer- 138, 161
Black, Schaffer - 145
Bossert, Lester - 146
Bradlield, Laura - 253
Brady, Priscilla - 267
Brewer, Floyd -210, 211
Brigham, Charles - 109
Brodie, Renton - 69
Budroe, Mary - 256
Bunyan, Ruth - 130
Bursiek, Ralph-64, 210, 212
Cain, Mrs. - 254
Carlson, Gustav - 110
Carson, Arch - 67
Caskey, John - 74, 111
y, . - 74
Clark, William - 110
Conlan, Carolyn - 263
Crafts, Roger -146
Crockett, Campbell - 140
Herbert - 161
Dangel, Herbert- 95
Darrington, Mable - 129
William - 244
Vivian - 252
Acacia - 266, 267
AFROTC Rille Team - 247
Alpha Pi- 171
Chi Omega - 252
Chi Sigma - 181
Delta Pi - 253
Gamma Delta - 254
Kappa Psi- 180
Lambda Delta- 169
Sigma Phi- 269
Tau Omega - 270, 271
can Commons Club - 300
can Institute of Chemical
Engineers - 181
AIEE-IRE - 185
can Pharmaceutical Asso-
DeCamp, John - 70, 212
DeJarnette, Ruth - 89
Delaney, Bob - 324
Dingwerth, Louise - 129
Dodson, M. R. - 63
Doolittle, James - 111
Dorst, Stanley - 144
Doty, Mrs. - 299
Early, Jane - 63
Etges, Frank - 210
Felso, Benjamin - 147
Fischback, Victor - 147
Foley, Nettie - 282
Foster, Malcolm - 212
Gall, Edward - 146
Garretson, Robert - 227
Gazawar, Rena - 129
Geis, Norwood -79, 208
Gilchrist, Clara - 129
Glassmeyer, Aileen - 300
Good, Carter - 121
Gore, George - 180
Gottsshang, Jack - 138
Greene, Hoke - 65
Gregg. George - 246
Hamlin, Arthur - 92
Harper, Stanley - 142
Harrington, Paul- 96
Hart, Gerald - 190
Hartlaub, Paul - 347
Hattendorf, John - 249
Herget, Paul - 111
Herweh, Albert - 96
Hessler, William - 63
Hewett, William - 110
Hiatt, Dr. - 144
Hoefer, Robert - 67
Hoeuel, Melvin - 207
Holbrook, Hillard - 245
Judith A. Cappel, A.S.S.
Richard Childress, A.S.S.
Sylvia E. Clawson, A.S.S.
Daniel P. Cummings, A.S.S.
John W. Distler, A.S.S.
Larry Elsasser, A.S.S.
Thomas R. Gray, A.S.S.
Thomas L. Habegger, A.S.S.
Michael E. Hoffman, A.S.S.
Robert A. Huber, A.S.S.
Susan G. Iliff, A.S.S.
Herbert Kingsbury, A.S.S.
John W. Lewis, A.S.S.
Darlene Lotz, A.S.S.
Howard Lutchin, A.S.S.
James Millward, A.S.S.
Marilyn Mitchell, A.S.S.
Joseph Monnig, A.S.S.
William Moorman, A.S.S.
Edward Oltman, A.S.S.
David Orr, A.S.S.
Philip Rollins, A.S.S.
Marlene Rolnick, A.S.S.
Martin Scheider, III, A.S.S.
Carolyn Schmink, A.S.S.
Jan Segal, A.S.S.
Marvin Seitel, A.S.S.
Dave Sweyer, A.S.S.
George Wenstrup, A.S.S.
Anthony Yates, A.S.S.
Gerald Yurek, A.S.S.
Holliday, Joseph- 109, 160, 165
Holt, Betty - 62
Holt, Stanley - 241
Horn ak Robert 210 235, 239
Y , -" 1
Hubbart, Clarence - 244
Hudnall, Alma - 204
Hunt, Barbara - 210, 211
Husman, Bertha - 268
Jenike, William - 66
Jenks, William - 111
Johnson, Lillian - 68, 208, 209,
Johnson, Louise - 288
Jucker, Ed - 337
Justice, Howard - 95
Kafer, Lowell- 69
Karas, Milan - 78
Keiser, Edward - 69, 264
Kelly, Jim -324, 325
Kennedy, Mrs. - 262
Kiely, Charles - 146
Kowalewski, Joseph - 132
Mileham, Charles - 66
Miller, Bob - 324
Miller, Hannah - 261
Miller, Henry - 288
Mitsos, Constantine - 237
Morris, Bill- 167, 244, 245
Muster. Margaret- 278
Nash, Peter - 111
Nelcamp, Gail- 150
Nester, William - 69, 164, 165,
Neutfer, Frank - 150
Ogden, Arthur - 146
Orchin, Milton - 111
Osinske, Marilou - 68, 209
Palmer, Lewis - 174
Parker, Garland-67, 234, 235
Phillips, Jerry - 324, 325
Pickering, Ernest- 87
Powless, John - 337
Price, Robert- 121
Purdy, Frank - 66
Krueger, Hilmar - 110. 136
Lambert, Kenneth - 79, 161
Langsam, Walter - 62
Laushey, Louis - 96
Le Baron, Ruth - 62
Levine, Maurice - 147
Lewis, Gene- 161, 166, 225
Lichstein, Herman - 146
Licht, William - 96
Lipsich, David - 111
Luhrman, Mrs. - 296
Lyle, Donald - 147
Manney, Agnes - 193
Mathews, Ruth - 285
Mayfield, Frank - 63
McCarthy, Donald - 239
rson, Dick - 324, 325
Phillip - 63
Quartin, Alfred - 245
Ronald - 236
Reimey, Gertrud - 258
Rennebaum. Raymond - 245
Reuhlman, Eugene - 161
Reuscher. Mrs. - 295
Ritchie, Dave - 324, 325
Robinson, James - 195
Rockwood, Louis - 212
Roof, Mrs. - 281
Rose, Helen - 167
Rosnagle, Laura- 128, 129
Ross, Mildred - 64
Sabin. Albert- 75
Sample, Glenn - 350
Samuel, Edna - 286
William - 71
Sawyer, Rose - 275
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Bearkittens - 232
Tribunal - 203
Caducea - 195
Canterbury Club - 236
Cheerleaders - 232
Chi Epsilon - 174
Chi Omega - 255
Cincinnatian - 215
Cincinnatian Editors - 217
Cincinnatus - 165
Coep Club - 190
Co-op Engineer - 223
Cross Country Team - 353
Delta Delta Delta - 256
elta Phi Delta - 175
House Presidents Council - 251
Huber Hall - 309 '
Industrial Design Institute - 191
Institpge of Aerospace Science
Intercollegiate Debaters - 224
Inter-fraternity Council - 264
Inter-gggternity Pledge Council
Advisers - 176
ss Ofiicers - 199
Panhellenic Council - 251
Alpha Psi- 249
Alpha Theta - 258
Delta Pi- 171
Epsilon - 188
ciation - 188
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers - 184
American Society of Metals - 182
Arete - 192
AROTC Rifle Team - 245
Arnold Air Society and Angel
Flight - 246
Delta Sigma Pi- 178
Delta Tau Delta - 274, 275
Delta Zeta - 257
Design, Architecture, and Art
Tribunal - 204
Education Tribunal - 205
Kappa Ka a Gamma- 260
Kappa Kappa Psi- 231
Kappa Psi- 189
Kitty Hawk Squadron - 247
Lambda Chi Alpha -276, 27,7
Logan Hall Association -
Arts 84 Sciences Tribunal -203
Memorial Residence Hall Council
Association of Interior Designers
Association of Women Students
Band - 229
Baptist Student Union - 236
Basketball Team - 337
Baseball Team - 355
Beta Alpha Psi- 179
Beta Gamma Sigma - 170
Beta Theta Pi- 272, 273
Board of Budgets - 208
Board of Publications - 212
Engineering Tribunal - 206
English Club - 195
Eta Kappa Nu - 174
Football Team - 324
Freshman Basketball Team
Ludlow Residence Hall - 308
Newman Club -239
News Record - 219
Nursgrbg and Health Tribunal
Omicron Delta Kappa - 161
Orientation Board - 209
Panhellenic Council - 250
Pershing Rifles - 244
Pharmacy Tribunal - 207
Phi Beta Kappa - 168
Phi Delta Theta - 278, 279
Phi Epsilon Kappa - 194
Phi Eta Sigma - 169
Phi Kappa Tau -280, 281
Phi Kappa Theta - 282, 283
Pi . .
Epsilon - 179
Pi Delta Epsilon - 213
Pi Kappa Alpha - 284, 285
Pi Lambda Phi- 286, 287
Pl Tau Sigma - 172
Proof Press - 223
Religious Emphasis Week - 235
Ritle Team - 351
Lutheran Foundation -238
Marching Band - 229
Memorial Residence Hall - 307
Scabbard 8: Blade - 245
Freshman Football Team - 325
Freshman Swimming Team
Glee Club - 227
Golf Team - 348
Guidon - 167
Hillel - 238
Homecoming Committee - 225
Home Economics Club - 192
Men's Advisory Council - 177
Men's Residence Hall - 313
Men's Residence Hall Councils
Metro - 166
Mortar Board - 160
Mnmmers Guild - 233
National Society of Interior
Home Economics Tribunal - 204 Decorators - 190
- 193. 195
Senior Class Oliicers - 200
Senior Personalities - 153, 156
Sigma Alpha Epsilon-288, 289
Alpha Mu - 290, 291
Chi- 292, 293
Delta Tau - 261
Nu - 301
Phi Epsilon - 294, 295
Sigma - 163
Scarry, Mike - 324
Scheele, Mrs. - 240
Schoolheld, George - 110
Schuerman, Mary - 235
Scully, James - 69, 177
Settle, Kenneth - 150
Seymour, J. R. - 238
Shank, Spencer - 66
Sharrock, Raleigh - 79
Walter - 63
Small, John -71
Smith, Graham -105, 190
Smith, Mary - 257
Spann, Mrs. - 255
William - 111
Stephensen, Jack - 240
Stewart, Marjorie - 68
Stork, Lorrayne - 64
Studley, Chuck - 324
Swisher, Carl- 188
Taitt, Arthur - 79
Tholke, William - 182
Topping, Peter - 237
Vinackle. Harold - 110
Vogel, William - 161, 208
Waggoner, Tully - 150
Wahl, Pat- 130
Walsh, James - 63
Wandmacher, Cornelius - 95 3 59
Weaver, Suzanne - 307
Weech, Ashley - 146
Wells, Dare - 111
Weichert, Charles - 109
Whiteford, Emma - 121
Wilson, Kenneth - 78
Wohler, Mrs. - 293
Woltley, Edward - 204
Woods, Ruth - 130
Wright, Alan - 71
Society for the Advancement of
Management - 180
Society of Automotive Engineers
Sophomore Class Officers - 198
Sophos - 165
Student Council - 197
Student Directory - 221
Student Religious Council
Swimming Team - 347
Tau Beta Pi- 173
Tau Beta Sigma - 231
Telephone Directory - 221
Tennis Team - 352
Theta Chi- 296, 297
Theta Phi Alpha - 262
Track Team - 349
Triangle - 299
Trianon - 248
Ulex - 167
Union Board - 210
United Student Fellowship - 237
Univgibsgty College Tribunal
Wesley Foundation - 240
Westminster Foundation - 241
Womefngs Athletic Association
Womgeggs Residence Hall Council
Wrestling Team - 350
Young Men's Christian Asso-
ciation - 241
Young Women's Christian Asso-
ciation - 242
Zeta Tau Alpha - 263
Arnett, Billings, Thomas - 80
Berwald, David - 286
Aaron. Michael - 80
Abanton, William - 239
Abbott. Ginny- 259
Abbott, Glenys- 128, 130,
Abbott, Sondra- 122, 192
Abernathy, Bill- 337
Abrat. Nancy - 307
Ackenhauser, Alan - 281
Ackerman, Bob - 324
Ackerman, Martin - 299
Ackman. Butch, - 325
Adam, Darlene - 237
Adams, Allan -112, 236,
Adams, Cindy - 236
Adams, Dick - 294
Adams, Jane- 112
Adams, Jim - 283
Adams, Ken - 353
Adams, Lind - 255, 307
Adams, Nancy - 251, 254
Adams, Norman - 186, 299
Adler, Jim - 295
Adler, Marjorie- 123, 192,
Agin, Bonnie - 255
Agostini, Phillip - 297
Ahlburn, Thomas - 112
Ahlgren, Gary - 235
Ahrat, Nancy - 175
Ain, Bo - 216,238,261
Ainsworth, Sue - 246, 259
Air, Gordon - 227
Albanese, Anne - 53, 123,
Albert, Richard - 299
Albrecht, Bob - 273
Albrecht, David - 247
Albrecht, Marty - 256
Alderson, Richard - 150
Alexander, Bill- 285
Alexander, Ken - 297
Alfred, Jim - 285
Algyre, James - 278
Alkire, Joe - 293, 347
Allan, Ron - 296
Allen, Dave- 180, 294
Allen, Dennis - 112
Allen, James - 180
Allen, John - 337
Allen, Kathy - 255
Allen, Michael- 277
Allen, Susie - 165, 255
Allison, Jim - 273
Allman, Tom - 80, 161,
Alloy, Pat- 192, 204
Alter, Carol- 261
Alter, Nathan - 97
Amantea, Bill- 281
Ambrose, James - 112
Ames, John- 177, 227
Ammann, Jake - 244
Amos, Ross - 247
Amrhein, Bob - 244
Anderson, Bruce - 278
Anderson, Ginny - 309
Anderson, Jim - 249
Anderson, Jodie - 252
Anderson, John - 275
Anderson, Lloyd - 294
Anderson, William - 134,
188, 189, 207, 278
Anglemyer, Linda - 253
Ansman, Donald - 299
Anspace, William - 97
Appleman, Joyce - 229
Arbaogast, Thomas - 312,
Arend, Suzanne - 255, 307
Arend, William - 187, 278
Argabright, Dave- 164,
203, 216, 217, 227, 275
Ariss, James - 244
Armstrong, Gerald - 177,
Armstrong, Robert- 244,
Armstrong, Stanley - 80
Arn, Fred - 90, 270
Frank - 285
Beaver, Beverly - 25 6
Arney. Jeff - 350
Arnold, Fred - 281
Arnold, Jerry - 244
Arnold, Jim - 350
Arnold, Terry - 272
Aronolf, Bonnie, - 269
Arthur, Mary - 169, 252
Artz, Jerry - 294
Ashcraft, Michael- 97,
Ashdown, Ronald - 80,
Ashe, Don - 190
Ashead, Fred - 267
Ashley, Charles - 283
Aspinall, Brian- 142
Astbury, Arthur - 288
Atkins, Bill- 285
Atkins, Charles - 142
Atkins, Forest - 90
Aughenbaugh, Anne - 263
Aukerman, Don - 180
Ault, Don - 112
Beck, Ed - 347
Becker, Connie - 224
Becker, Gerry - 130
Becker, James - 112
Becker, Jon - 281
Becker, Tim - 181
Beede, David - 295
Behrle, Brenda - 263
Beineke, Dan - 177, 234
Beisel, John - 90
Beiser, Dick - 288
Belcher, Ralph - 281
Bell, George - 97, 185
Bell, Jim - 285
Bell, Judy - 259
Bell, Virginia - 97
Bellersen, Marty - 245
Bellman, Howard - 142
Belton, John - 297
Bewiller, Garry - 80, 285
John - 293
Bender, Bob - 285
Benham, Joan- 165, 167,
Ault, Julie - 255
Aultz, Thomas - 186, 351
Austin, Cindy - 268
Austin, Steve - 80, 161,
Avery, Donna - 259
Avner, Jay -186, 287, 312,
Ayers, Dorsey - 97
George - 186, 313
Katherine - 130
Nathan - 112 286
176, 207, 209, 250, 258
Benjamin, Helen - 123
Bennett, Dale - 247
Bennett, Donald - 268
Bennett, Karen - 176, 252
Benson, Carol- 229, 258
Benson, Edward - 90
Bent, Peter - 272
Bentz, William - 112, 177,
Berberich, Donald - 90
Beresford, Pa-tricia - 112
Badertscher, Betty - 160,
Badgley, Richard - 80, 275
Badnal, Pat- 235
Baier, Jim - 244
Bailey, Bill- 325
Bailis, Joan - 261, 307
Bair, Daniel- 277
Bereskin, Carmen - 229,
Berg, Frances - 261
Berger, Raymond - 175,
Bergeron, Theodore - 268
Bergmann, Paul- 90
Berid, Madelyn - 309
Baird, John - 97
Baker, Barbara - 256, 307
Baker, Richard - 294
Baker, Harold - 112
Baker, Jerri- 130
Baker, Julie - 25 8
Baker, Ron - 256
Ballard, Jane - 90, 175
Balow, Frank - 275
Balph, Arthur - 183
Balzer, Merilew - 257
Bame, Larry - 291
Balvo, Brenda - 240
Banks, Ed - 324
Barber, Donald - 112
Barber, Lynn - 294
Barker, Mike - 185
Barker, Taylor- 112, 195,
203, 216, 217, 277
Barker, Tim - 205
Baron, Mike - 290
Barr, David- 97, 173, 183
Barrett, Dennis - 325, 350
Barrow, Bob - 307
Barron, Rosemary - 262
Barrow, Beverly - 227
Barrowman, Jim - 268
Barrows, Rusty - 255
Bartel, Carol- 123
Barth, Janeen - 255
Barth, Penny - 192, 307
Baitletty, Judy - 259
Bartlow, Mitch - 90, 191
Bartholomew, Carl -310
Bartol, Julia - 97, 182
Barton, 'Cynthia - 257
Bast, John - 195
Bauer, Jimmie - 147
Bauer, William - 150
Bauerle, Pat- 255
Baum, Bruce - 300
Bauman, Jon - 112
Bavely, Hanlin - 221
Baxter, Doug - 227
Baxter, Sally - 204, 256
Beagner, Nancy - 216, 217,
Berkhouse, Thomas - 300
Berks, Dick- 97, 187, 297
Berndsen, Judy - 136
Bernhard, Thomas - 313
Berning, Beth - 25 3
Bernstein, Lloyd - 286
Bernstein, Sylvia - 261
Berry, Ed - 239
Berry, Elton - 249
Berry, Robert - 229
Berte, Neal- 112, 153,
163, 164, 165, 166, 168,
177, 200, 243, 264, 288
Bertram, Maurice - 229
Bertram, Paul- 142
Bertsche, Carol- 176, 252
Bertsghe, William - 244,
Berwald, David - 112
Bess, David - 80
Bess, Richard - 199
Bettinger, Roger - 136
Bettinger, Ron - 123, 245
Betz, Elaine- 176, 205,
210, 250, 259
Betz, John - 97, 275
Bever, Julie- 130, 171,
229, 23 1
Beverly, Dan - 97, 184
Bevington, Jack - 268
Bianco, Dave - 283
Bibs, Conrad - 353
Biddle, Robert- 244
Bidlingmeyer, Emilie -
165, 170, 260
Bidlingmeyer, Vinson - 97
Biglglg, Marianne - 112,
Bieler, June - 248
Bien, Diane - 256
Bien, Paul- 97
Bierbaum, Phil- 297
Bierely, Robert - 278
Biermann, Jerome - 80
Bigelow, Tito - 293
Bixoff, James - 112
Binder, Tom - 285
Binegar, Garry - 112
Binkley, Jack - 136
Binstadt, Carol- 263
Binzer, Thomas - 191
Bird, Tom - 247
Birge, Ernest- 270
Birkhold, Sheldon - 80
Bisch, Jeffrey - 268
Bischolf, Judy - 192, 357
Bishop, Bruce- 186, 312,
Bishop, 'Catherine - 112
Bishop, Margaret - 112
Bishop, Peggy - 212, 221
Bitler, Tom - 98, 276
Bitsoff, George - 278
Bittmann, Judy- 192, 357
Biven, Peggy - 250, 253
Bizzarri, Bonnie- 168, 210,
216, 217, 258
Black, Carolyn - 130, 229
Black, Jim - 244, 350
-Blackburn, Ben - 112
Blackburn, Judy - 123, 193,
Blake, Susan - 309
Blake, Tom - 164, 166,
Blakeney, Lew- 164, 288
Blakeney, Pete - 288
Bland, Jerry - 80, 180, 313
Blanford, Bill- 246
Blantz, Robert- 112
Blake, Susan - 25 5
Blake, Thomas - 80, 165
Blankenbuehler, Ron -
Blasi, Anne - 243
Blasick, Francis - 123, 324
Blatt, Margaret- 112, 168
Blau, Carol- 309
Blaufuss, Bob - 240
Bleecher, Paul- 299
Blersch, Jan - 256
Blesi, Herma - 232, 239,
Blessing, Bob - 243
Blettner, Dave - 188, 189,
Blisten, Bill - 297
Block, Robert - 183
Blood, Dick - 299
Bloom, Jana - 256
Bloom, Stepfan - 90, 175,
Bluestone, Gordon - 290
Bluestone, Judith - 113
Bluth, Howard - 113, 168
Bock, Penny - 232, 260
Bockensette, Bill - 283
Bockhorst, Jane- 176, 202
Bocklet, Al- 113, 275 ,
Bodenheimer, Nancy - 190
Bodmer, Dale - 134
Boelter, Billie - 260
Boehm, Jack - 98, 185
Boehnker, Don - 268
Boering, Jenny - 254
Boggs, Joseph - 98, 173
Bolan, Barbara - 113, 165,
Bolinger, Glenn - 229, 231
Bollinger, Howard - 191
Bolino, Ralph - 80
Bollinger, Howard - 90
Bollinger, Steven - 297
Bolton, Robert- 90
Bongiorno, Linda - 252
Bonham, Ron - 337
Bonnell, Cheryl- 190
Bontrager, Amos - 113
Bonvillain, Walter - 113
Booker, Bob - 275
Bookmyer, Mary - 239
Boone, Jack - 98
Boothe, George - 295
Boraek, Robert- 80
Borchelt, Judith- 136, 229,
Borscher, Chuck - 267
Born, Lori- 90, 155
Burst, Richard - 180
Bosch, Betsi - 259
Boston, Barb - 227, 240
Bott, Alexis - 262
Boulmetis, Samuel- 268
Boves, Sue - 271
Bow, Patricia - 90, 204,
Brown, Larry- 113, 229,
Brown, Mick- 189
Brown, Philip - 300
Brown, Roger - 113, 156,
201, 209, 243, 264, 285
Brown Royse - 244
Brown, Steve - 278
Brown, Tim - 301
Brown Tom - 80, 297
Brown, Grant- 113
Thomas - 80
Bowen, Carol- 309
Bowen, David -134, 188,
Bowen, Kingston - 113
Bowen, Kirby - 244
Bowers, Bruce - 265
Bowers, Carlton - 265
Bowers, Bob- 27 8
Bowling, Barbara - 113,
Bowman, Mike - 288
Bowman, Pat- 123, 248
Bowser, David - 98, 187
Boyd, Thomas - 98
Boyle, Bill- 247, 283
Boyles, Pat - 224, 241
Brabender, Margie - 262
Bradford, Les - 216, 285
Branch, Steve - 276
Branner, Steven - 268
Brannock, Tom - 293
Brashear, Tom - 285
Brater, Dianne - 260
Brauer, Ronald - 113
Braun, Bick -293
Brecher, Ronald - 290
Breece, Harry - 98, 184,
Bregman, Alan - 113
Brehm, Joseph - 90, 180
Breines, Fred - 80, 180
Bretz, Carol- 241
Britsch, Al - 299
Brenan, Larry - 277
Brangelman, Michael- 245
Brenner, Bernie - 180, 286
Bret, Charles - 243
Brethauer, Gene - 299
Bretz, Charles - 235
Breyley, Ray - 285
Brill, Arlene - 229
Brill, Ken - 90, 184
Brinker, Carol- 262
Brinkman, Fred - 98, 282
Britton, 'Charles - 285
Britton, Oscar - 229
Brock, Brenda - 229
Brock, Judy - 123, 256
Brock, Michael- 277
Brockhoff, Peter - 288
Brockmeyer, Jerry - 278
Broen, Bob - 177, 206
Brombaugh, Charles - 3 13
Brook, Bryan - 286
Brookhart, Nick - 183
Brooks, Diane - 216, 217,
Brooks, Herman - 249
Brooks, Stuart - 147
Brookshire, Phil- 175,
Broome, Edward - 80
Brosee, Nadine - 229
Bross, Marian - 205, 262
Brouse, Beverly - 255
Brower, Bill- 134, 188,
Brown, Verna - 134, 188,
Browne, Barb - 191
Browne, Berl - 176, 263
Brucher, Jean - 258
Bruckmeyer, Jerry - 203
Bruffey, James - 80
Brum, Ray - 285
Brune, Edward - 142
Bruns, Ron - 282
Brunsman, Jerry - 229
Brust, John- 175, 244,
Bryant, Harold - 113
Bryant, Lenville - 113
Bryden, James - 236
Buchanan, Susie - 123, 252
Buchman, Jelfrey - 300
Buck, Jim - 277
Buckler, Ronald - 98
Burkley, Barbara - 229,
Buckley Gerald - 113
Buckley, Jerry - 265, 275
Budd, David - 142
Budd, Stan - 283
Budde, James -134, 188
Buechler, Don - 98, 185,
Buescher, Jack - 239
Bug, Ray - 353
Bukuts, Virgil- 325
Bullock, Ann- 193, 254
Bumb, Dan - 174
Bundy, Hugh - 223, 299
Bunger, David - 98, 185
Bune, Connie - 123
Burdick, Dick - 265, 272
Burgess, Ken- 98, 173,
Burkard, Lee - 275
Burkett, Eugene - 98, 181,
Burkhart, John - 195, 245
Burn, John - 312
Burnett, Joe - 285
Burns, Denny - 275
Burns, George - 150
Burns, Jerry-98, 206, 275
Burns, John - 80, 180, 313
Burns, 'Marilyn - 251, 255
Teresa - 251, 255
Burnside, Dale - 239
Burt, Ray - 90
Burris, Frank - 299
Burton, Carole - 192
Burton, Larry - 229, 231
Burton, Linda - 113
Burtschy, Mary - 258
Busch, Bonnie - 123
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Brown, Allan - 271
Brown, Bill- 325
Brown, Bob - 313, 351
Brown, Butch - 272
Brown, Carole - 207, 246
Brown, Douglas - 277
Brown, Eddie - 142
Brown, Glenn - 299
Brown, James - 190, 281
Judy -175, 191,
Busch, Charles - 267
Busch, Hal- 113, 168, 177
Buse, Betsie - 262
Buse, Theodore - 277
Busener, Carol- 175, 191,
Bush, Bunny - 253
Bush, Jim - 267
Bush, Margaret - 113
Bush, Muriel- 123
Bush, Peg - 256
Butler, Fred - 227, 294
Butt, Larry - 27 8
Butt, Gerry - 259
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Byers. Jerrilyn - 193, 202,
Byers, Ken- 123, 293, 324
Byrd. Elizabeth - 123
Byrd, Gary - 285
Byrd. Helen- 169
Byrns, Bob - 283
Byrne, Charles - 80
Byrnes, Julie - 262
Byrns, Barb - 176
Cabage, Sandy - 307
Cable, Vic- 188, 189
Cackowski, Jim - 324
Cade, Carolyn -229
Cademartori, Karen - 254,
Cahall, Don - 237
Cahill, Lynne -179, 255
Cain, Jerry - 90, 273
Calder, Mary - 256
Caldwell, Carole - 256,
Caldwell, Richard - 113
Caldwell, Sarah - 251, 258
Calhoun, Jim - 337
Calhoun, Pat- 307
Callan, Sannie - 256
Callard, Daniel- 113
Callison, Pat- 242
Caluwaert, Bernie - 254
Calvin, Lynne - 176, 225,
Calvin, Richard - 288
Camins, Barbara - 227
Cammerer, Rudy - 268
Camp, Byrne - 171
Campbell, Judy - 307
Campbell, Jim - 278
Campbell, Marilyn -253,
Campbell, Robert- 80, 178
Campbell, William - 313
Camplin, Dick - 285
Canny, Benny - 113
Canter, Alan - 290, 291
Canter, Jill- 263
Capak, Ron - 283
Capone, Al- 167
Cappel, Judy - 254
Cappel, Kathy - 254
Cappola, Ted - 325
Capron, Carl- 80, 180, 313
Caramanian, John - 136
Cardullias, Peter - 293, 347
Carey, Diane - 248
Carey, Katy - 307
Carey, Nora - 252
Carey, Nora - 165
Carinci, Tito - 167
Carmichael, Dan -- 217,
Carmon, Martha - 240
Carnell, Billie - 251, 263,
Carnes, Keith - 240, 247
Carney, Jim - 281, 350
Carpenter, Dan - 324
Carpenter, Dave - 288
Carr, Charles - 150
Carr, Steve - 272
Robert - 80, 178,
Chalk, David - 98, 169,
Chalic, David - 161
Chambers, Jeff - 285
Chambers, Harold - 267
Chambers, Tom - 194
Chandler, Jerry - 299
Chaney, Richard - 294
Chapman, Bob - 161, 163,
Chapman, Bob - 98, 161,
164, 166, 169, 173,
Charlield, David - 98
Charles, Jim - 294
Chasky, Ferne - 261
Chatfleld, David - 173, 182
Chenoweth, Roger - 277
Chenoweth, John - 277
Chertock, Evelyn - 308
Chesire, Jean - 123
Chetock, Connie - 309
Chick, Perry - 267
Childers, Dale - 240
Childress, Dick - 244
Childress, Judy - 251, 262
Chisholm, Richards - 80
Chiodi, Andy- 123, 324
Cholak, Paul- 203
Chotikunchorn, Sandy -
Christmann, Sarah - 309
Christy, Richard - 113, 168
Chrzan, Terry - 313 '
Chuck, Jerry - 295
Chupp, Georgiann - 252
Church, Art - 273, 313
Cincotta, Terry - 277
Cinnamon, Charles - 113
Claggett, Michael- 98,
184, 245, 288
Clapp, Dave - 268
Clark, Carolyn - 240, 254
Clark, Danny - 147
Clark, John - 236
Clark, Roger - 161
Clark, Tony - 276
Comer, Judy - 259
Compositor, Joe - 278
Conard, Sheila - 253
Conatser, Ken- 123, 163,
Conaway, David - 172
Concord, Carol - 176
Condon, Virgil- 151
Connell, Chuck - 113
Connelly, Peter - 90
Connelly, Tim - 276
Conner, Michael- 143
Conner, Sandy -165, 176,
Conners, Jerry - 295
Connolly, Peter - 175
Conrad, Carole - 234, 240
Constantini, Ben - 294
Constantini, Domenc - 294
Conrad, Carole - 242
Conti, Bob - 325
Cook, Ann - 194, 207, 310
Cook, Eugene - 276
Cook, Kathy - 240
Cook, Mark- 277
Cook, Pete - 98, 169, 173,
174, 185, 191
Cook, Phyllis - 130, 244,
Cook, Terry - 294
Cook, Wayne - 313
Cooke, Gilbert - 90, 175
Coons, John - 285
Cooper, Bob - 292
Cooper, Glenn - 80, 295,
153, 196, 208
Cooper, James - 299
Cooper, Milburn - 80,
Cooper, Sylvia - 227
Cope, Dave - 275
Copen, George - 98, 181
Coplan, Nancy - 261
Corbitt, Gordon - 98
Corcoran, Colleen - 260
Cordes, Cindy 256
Coriell, Ed 288
Cornelius, Sue 259
Cornett, Glenn - 80,
Clarke, John - 90
Clarke, Theodore - 98
Clayman, Allan - 290
Cleaver, Dave - 278
Clem, Thomas - 185
Clements, Sue - 259
Clemons, Barbara - 130
Clemens, Gloria - 123
Clendenin, William - 98,
Clevenger, John - 312, 313
Clifton, William - 98
Cline, Nelson - 195
Clore, Evelyn - 123, 250,
Clum, Charles - 229
Coates, Houston - 244
Coburn, Lee - 299
Cochran, Nancy - 263
Coffee, Mary - 240
Coghill, Roberta - 167,
Larry - 98, 285
Cortese, Louise - 252
Corwin, Doug - 229,
Corwin, Edward - 98, 185
-Cosler, Ron - 288
Cost, Richard - 229
Cotteral, Kathy - 262
Cottrell, Jack -113, 168
Countryman, Sandy - 254
Coursey, Dick - 285
Cowen, Richard - 147
Cox, Carole - 254
Cox, Charles - 127
Cox, Dan - 268
Cox, Joseph - 147
Cox, Larry - 325
Cox, Linda - 252
Coy, John - 206, 299
Coy, Richard - 268
Coyne, Cathy - 192, 202,
Crone, Richard - 264
Crosby, Thomas - 113
Crossen, Charlyn - 98, 175,
Crotzer, Mel- 285
Crouse, John - 143
Crow, Wes - 297
Crum, Jerome - 81
Culberson, John - 147
Cunning, Ron - 301
Cunningham, Hugh - 114
Cunningham, Ken - 337
Curk, Mike - 288
'Currens, Wendy - 123
-Curry, Jim - 324
Curry, William - 273
Curtsinger, Oscar - 281
Cusick, Terry - 296
Cutler, Carol- 253
Cutlip, Brenda - 307
Dabney, Robert- 136, 208
Dahinden, Dean - 99, 173,
Dahling, Daniel - 245
Dahman, James - 90
Dailey, Jim- 180
D'Alessandro, Robert - 282
Dalness, Jack - 270
Dalness, William - 270
Damon, Ann- 167, 260
Damon, George - 278
Danforth, Susan - 123, 258
Daniels, Ed - 272
Danner, Linda - 227
Danner, Paul K. - 148
Daring, Fred - 247
Darling, Roger - 245, 277
Daub, Georgia - 90, 175
Daugherty, Ruth - 256
Daum, Gerry - 252
Davidson, Bob - 177, 270
Davidson, Diane - 229
Davis, Bernard - 114, 245
Davis, Gale - 114
Davis, Gayle Ann - 251,
Davis, Joe - 324
Davis Mike- 179, 180,
Davis, Nancy - 252, 357
Davis, Robert- 114
Davis Sandy - 130
Dawley, Edwin - 247, 312,
Day, Tom - 295
Deam, James - 181
Dean, Arvella - 114, 249
Dearing, James - 299
Nicholas - 143
Carroll, Abby - 90, 256
Carroll, Michelle - 254
Carson, Betty - 260
Carson, John - 147
Cohen, Dolores - 123
Cohen, Jeffrey - 209, 287
Cohen, Milton - 286
Colburn Mar aret- 258
Carson, Tom - 296
Carter, Art - 98, 277
Carter, Bill- 134, 267
Carty, Ronald - 98
Cass, Georgeann - 123,
Cassini, Deanne - 123, 262
Castell, Robert- 98, 173
Castelluccio, Ray - 293
Castellucei, Paula- 123
Cato, Jane - 147
Cauley, Darrell- 324
Caually, Chris - 267
Cedilote, Allen - 182
Cole, Jerome - 134, 188,
Colegrove, Phil- 98, 172,
Coleman, Nancy - 227,
Collier, Jim - 187
Collins, Ann - 136, 253'
,Connie -175, 256
Collins, Larry - 293
Collins, Ron - 293
Colwell, Jack - 113
Comeford, Tim - 283
Comello, Carol- 262
Comer, James - 117, 270
204, 219, 220, 225, 258,
Crabtree, Larry - 244
Cramer, Nancy - 113
Crandall, Bob -113, 168,
Crandall, Sally - 25 8
Crauder, Karen - 113, 295,
Craixgvgord, William - 118,
Creaghead, Cynthia -
Crews, Jim - 243, 293
Crews, Judy - 236
Crittenden, Jacob - 98, 187
Critzer, Thomas - 99
Cromwell, Russ - 99, 183
Crone, Dick - 293
DeBahn, Howard - 191
DeBord, Dave - 288
DeBord, Judy - 260
DeBrunner, Bob - 282
DeComo, J ohnanna - 212,
Deckebach, Al - 81, 275
Decker, Don - 81, 179
Decker, Larry - 168
Decker, Pat- 294
Decker, Sandra - 307
Deddens, Bob - 181, 288
Deem, Kenneth - 99
Deiters, Nancy - 123
Dell, Dan - 81,156,163,
164, 210, 264, 296, 297
Deller, Tom - 282
Dells, John - 275
Delon, Richard - 81, 180
DeLong, Diane - 233, 262
Demakes, Chris - 114, 154,
201, 212, 213, 216, 227,
Demarco, Jack - 99
Dempsey, Terry - 81, 288
Denman, Gary - 99, 172,
Denman, June - 114
Dennis, Donald - 99
Denton, Bill- 267
DeRosa, Chuck - 325
DeRosa, Doug - 325
Despain, Sally - 25 5
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Detmering, Marcia - 123,
Deubber, Bill- 271
Deucker, Mary - 25 8
Devanney, Mike - 288
Devanney, Thomas - 281
Dever, Mike - 264, 285
Deville, Stanley - 148
Devine, Craig - 90, 264,
Devins, Anne - 203, 225,
Devore, Jackie - 255
Dewey, John - 91
Dewey, Tom - 190, 293
Deye, John - 299
Deyhle, Devon - 267
Dial, Clyde- 183, 299
Dickensheets, John - 297
Dickenson, Dave - 278
Dickerson, Sharon - 254
Dickey, Lee - 281
Dieckman, Nancy - 263
Diehl, Carol- 257
Diekmeyer, John - 245
Diekmeyer, Tom - 244
Dierking, Fred - 123, 337
Diers, Judy - 176, 263,
Diersing, MaryLou - 213,
219, 220, 234, 237
Dietrich, Fred - 178
Dietrich, Jane - 237
Dilger, James - 281
Dils, Joseph - 114
Dimond, Keith - 114, 347
Dinse, Pat - 248
DiSalvo, Pete - 164, 177,
Detmyer, Frank - 247
Dittrich, Cristie - 254
Dixon, Ann - 123
Dixon, Thomas - 99, 173,
Dobell, Harry - 81
Doepke, Linda - 257
Dolby, John - 278, 350
Domer, Joy - 227
Donald, Dennis - 173
Donaldson, Susan - 254
Donohoo, Bill- 164, 225,
243, 288, 347
Donohue, Jack - 273
Doppler, Carol- 25 8
Dorsch, Don - 285
Dorsey, Milton - 268
Doss, Barry - 265, 275
Doss, Ken - 296
Dost, Frank - 91, 175, 191
Double, John - 276
Douce, Arden - 240
Douglass, Brooke - 252
Doublas, Bruce - 297
Doyle, Dave - 285
Doyle, Gerald - 81, 178
Doyle, Mike - 164, 177,
225, 276, 283
Draggen, Peter - 275
Drake, Bill- 270
Drake, Julia - 123
Drayson, Diane - 91, 25 8
Dreidame, Dianne - 195,
Dreidame, Elaine - 262
Dreskin, Ida - 192
Dressing, Paul- 99, 184
Dreyfoos, Melvin - 81
Driscoll, Dick - 223, 27 0
Driscoll, Tom - 196, 223,
Driver, Don - 99, 185
Droesch, Judy - 25 8
Drohan, Jody - 123
Dryer, John - 283
Dubesa, Mike - 324
Dubuque, Denise, 229, 232
Duchek, W. J. - 175
Duduit, Paul- 265, 297
Duermit, Bob - 282
Duggan, Loretta - 262
Dumont, Howard - 136
Dunakin, Paul- 236
Duncan, M., - 258
Dunkelberger, Dave - 353
Dunham, Gary - 296
Dunham, Linda- 188, 207
Dunkel, Paul- 227
Dunn, Harvey- 81, 286,
Dunn, L. - 307
Dunn, Marilyn - 229
Durbin, Paul- 188
Durham, Rick - 295
Duritsch, Donald - 99, 184
Durkee, Bill- 229
Dutton, Buck - 278
Duval, Mareen - 260
DuVall, Ron - 188, 189
Duytschaever, J eff - 278
Dyer, Candy - 227, 248
Dysart, James - 244
Early, Charles - 240, 313
Earley, Dan - 275
Easterling, Allen - 184,
Easterling, Frank - 99
Eastin, Keith - 213, 216,
Eastman, Carolyn - 309
Easton, Carol- 257
Ebbers, Dick- 114, 272
Ebel, Pat - 207, 258
Eckelberry, Jim - 299
Edmondson, Richard - 244
Edmonson, Steve - 295
Edwards, Bill- 293, 347
Edwards, Jim - 278
Edwards, Marshall- 188,
Egbers, Paul- 99
Eger, Ken - 275
Eggena, Peter - 114
Ehrhart, Jack - 148
Ehrmin, John - 275
Eichorn, Tom - 283
Eichorst, Gary - 296
Eidus, Bob - 244, 290
Eimeracher, John - 282
Eisenstat, Michael - 114
Eisert, Edward - 229 '
Eister, Ward - 181
Eken, James - 313
Elam, Bond - 272
Elam, Jerry - 288
Elasser, Larry - 337
Elbert, Jane - 236
Elder, Joan - 232
Elder, Judy - 232
Elder, Ken- 161, 165, 196,
Elder, Pat - 169
Elpenbein, Jill- 261
Eller, Ponello - 277
Elliott, Carl- 293
Elliott, Karen - 190
Elliott, Pat- 124, 165, 201,
Ellis, Barbara - 229
Ellison, Marilyn - 130
Ellison, Nicholas - 114
Ellison, Pete - 293
Ellsworth, Charles - 107
Elmore, Don - 294
Elmore, Rod- 177, 203,
225 , 288
Elo, Torn - 220, 285
Elsenor, Gus - 283
Eltzroth, William - 81
Emerson, Tom - 276
Emig, Janice - 254
Engel, Judith - 130, 207
Engel, Lester - 181
Engel, Peter - 99
England, Karen - 202
Engelhart, Ruth - 124, 253
Engle, Clyde - 267
English, Clyde - 249
Enock, Tom - 267
Ensminger, Carol- 269
Epley, Tom - 172, 278
Epstein, Mark - 148
Erath, Charles - 299
Ernst, Judy - 251, 253
Erhardt, Christian - 143
Ersterling, Hanns - 151
Ertel, Judy - 253
Ervin, Ed- 114, 245
Eshenaur, Jan - 260, 309
Dana - 260, 307
Etzel, William - 247
Evans, Arnold - 239
Evans, Burton - 148
Evans, Donovan - 99, 172,
Evans, Gerald - 81
Evans, John - 134, 177,
Evans Vicki- 114
' William -178
Evers,, Mike - 99, 184, 285
Ewing, David - 284
0, Irvin - 282
Farkas, Joe - 295
Faeth, Mary - 239
Fairchild, Don - 313
Falls, James - 81
Faneuil, Spanky - 81, 180,
Fanger, John - 99, 173, 185
Fansler, Sonya - 231
Faragher, Kathy - 219, 220
Farley, Douglas - 81
Farquard, Earl - 295
Farquard, Sherman - 288
Farr, Ben - 288
Farr, Robert- 277
Farr, William - 114
Farrell, John - 81
Farrell, Thomas - 124,
Farren, Marcia - 246
Faul, Bill- 124, 194
Faul, Jerry- 194
Fay, Charles - 99, 181
Fearn, Gary - 293
Federbush, Barb - 131
Federle, John - 81
Fee, Robert- 243, 288
Fehr, Terry - 175, 270
F ahrlender, Ted - 247
Fein, James - 247
Feldkamp, Stevie - 253
Fellabaum, Kris - 260
Feller, Joy - 259
Feller, Harriet- 124, 225,
Fels, Sandra - 179
Fels, Susann - 179
Felson, Nancy - 261
Feltz, Bob - 164, 295
Fenstermacher, Dick - 285
Ferguson, Ed - 293
Ferguson, Kay- 165, 225,
Ferrante, JoAnn - 255
Ferree, Tom - 272
Fettner, Saul- 114, 290
Fey, Jarry - 220, 222
Fickenscher, J oani - 165 ,
176, 225, 310 r
Fichman, Nancy - 114,
Field, Bradley - 270
Filter, Paul- 244
Findley, Dave - 114, 236
Finkelmeier, Louis - 285
Finn, Ron - 291
Fischbach, Robert- 244
Fischer, Bob - 277
Fischer, David - 312
Fischer, Earl - 81, 278
Fischer, John - 227
Fischer, Sharon - 114
Fisgus, Allen - 164, 165,
Fish, Dave - 282
Fisher, Barbara - 91, 175,
Fischer, Bill - 281
Fisher, David - 313
Fisher, Elliot- 290
Fisher, Tom- 177, 288
Fischer, Wayne - 281
Fisgus, Al- 294
Fissenden, Jane - 114
Fitzgerald, Arlene - 207
Fitzgerald, Dan - 282
Fitzgerald, William - 143
Fitzpatrick, Penny - 260
Flanders, David - 227
Fleming, Paul- 124, 350
Fletcher, Sara - 239
Flinchpaug, Otis - 124
Florida, Robert - 99
Flory, Don - 91, 246, 288
Flory, Kirk - 288
Foertsch, Paulette - 205
Foglesong, Marilyn - 131,
Foley, Burnham - 273
Folkerth, Alice - 252
Foote, Bob - 272
Foote, Paul- 281
Forbes, Mike - 270
Ford, Steve - 299
Ford, Wayne - 183, 267
Forrester, Bruce - 81, 170
Forsberg, Bruce - 99, 288
Forstein, Robin - 114
Forsythe, Don - 268
Foster, Carla - 227
Foster, Virginia - 124, 156,
171, 217, 253
Foucalt, Kay - 246
Fountain, Steve - 177, 285
Founts, Virginia - 169
Fox, Carol - 13 6
Fox, Kitty - 227
Fox, Leo - 81,286
Fox, Stuart- 114, 195, 229,
Frakes, Jack - 99
Francisco, Sharon - 114
Francy, Pat- 239
Frank, Naomie - 227
Franklin, Daniel- 114
Franks, Ken - 277
Frankel, Marjorie - 261
Franzone, Hank - 296
Frederick, John - 91
Freedman, Irene - 261, 307
Freeman, Bill- 271
Freeman, Edward - 180
Freeman, Louis - 164, 169,
Freeman, William - 191,
French, Judy - 167, 196,
207, 258, 310
Frey, John - 195
Frey, Ken - 247
Freyer, Carol - 204
Fricke, Fred - 114
Frisa, Linda - 114
Frost, Hugh - 81, 180
Frosst, Sandy - 263
Fry, Ann- 114, 200, 250,
Fry, Ann - 25 8
Fry, Charles - 313
Fry, Roger - 114, 278
Fry, Steve - 288
Fudge, Tom- 229
Fuell, Ann - 235, 237
Fuentes, Carmela - 255
Fulk, Deny - 177, 288
Fuller, Jim - 325
Fulton, Mike - 293
Furey, Gray - 300, 227
Gabel, Don - 278
Gabrick, Gary - 283
Gackouheimer, David -
Gaines, Bob - 165, 177,
196, 243, 288
Galbraith, Jay - 99
Galinsky, Norm - 290
Gall, Bill- 272
Gall, Linda - 229
Gallager, Mike - 283
Gallagher, Judy - 195
Goes, Dale - 278
Heile, Bill- 185
Gallagher, Ruth - 176
Galvin. Don -114
Galvin. Donna - 256
Gamble, Rober - 270
Gamble, Sally- 259
Gan, Robert- 114
Gander. Gregory - 181
Gandee, Gregory - 99
Gandee, Nancye - 131
Gant, Jim -183
Gant, Liz - 227
Gard, Judy- 176
Gander, Gregory - 99
Gardner, Mary - 114, 260
Garrison, Jan - 99, 187,
Garteiz, Daniel- 273
Garverich, Dick - 271
Gaskill, Albert - 183
Gatto, Luciano - 99
Gausmann, Janet - 260
Gaylor, Jim - 175
Galan, Nancy -308
Gearing, Ann - 131
Geckle, Thomas - 99
Gegner, Barn - 259, 307
Gehring, Kathy - 256
Gehringer, Kathleen - 1 15
Geiger, Patti - 348
Geiger, Ruth - 255
Geimuslea, Richard - 247
Geis, Don - 299
Gendelman, Barry - 229
Gense, Clark - 81
Gentile, Jim -81
Genung, Pat- 193, 252
Geoppinger, James - 134,
George, Anthony - 81
George, Donna- 227
George, Frank - 99, 187,
George, Hank - 267
Gerard, James - 277
Gerard, Robert - 148
Gerguson, Anne - 258
Gerros, Bill- 229
Gersh, Robert- 290
Gerster, Larry - 151
Gerstner, Janice - 124
Gervers, Bob - 225, 275
Gessaman, Don - 277
Geyer, Jim - 283
Geyer, Marge - 261
Ghering, Jim - 299
Gibbons, 'Mary - 239
Gibbs, Jack - 209
Gibson, Roy - 294
Gibson, Steve - 275
Gidman, Justin - 277
Gieseling, Jean - 260
Gigley, Paul- 229, 296
Gilby, Steve-99, 173, 182
Gillen, John - 148
Gilmore, John - 183
Gimpel, Jack - 282
Ginsberg, Barry - 91
Gitzinger, Judy - 25 5
Glass, Ken - 278
Glass, Ronald - 115
Glass, Terry - 296
Glassman, Linda - 176,
192, 205, 261
Glatting, Jack - 175, 283
Glazer, Brenda - 115
Glazer, Elaine - 115, 227
Glazer, James - 81, 178
Glensman, Jack - 194
Glick, Dave - 286
Goddard, Bill- 99, 300,
173, 174, 185
Goddard, Mitchell- 253
Goertemiller, Kathy - 221,
Goesling, Gayle - 229, 256
Goetz, Cynthia - 192
Goetz, Janet - 227
Gohs, Mary - 248
Gold, Jeff - 290
Gold Linda - 261
Goldberg, Abby - 261
Goldbert, Gary - 290
Goldberg, Martin - 115
Goldberger, Faye - 261,
Goldberger, Ruth - 115
160, 238, 250,251,261
Goldick, Charles - 99
Golding, Marcia - 115,
Goldman, Allan - 290
Goldman, Ed - 247
Goldman, Mark - 115
Goldman, Norman - 168
Goldner, Phil - 324
Goldstein, Sheldon - 115
Good, Jacqueline - 310
Good, Rosalyn - 261
Goodling, James - 175, 275
Goodling, Pat - 254, 309
Goodman, Barry - 290
Goodman, Robert- 234,
Goodman, Ronald - 143
Goodrich, Edson - 99, 173,
Goodridge, Lawrence - 169
Gordon, Maryjane - 252
Gordon, Randy - 285
Gorman, Ron - 312, 313
Gornall, Jacqueline - 263
Gostin, Arlene - 261
Gotter, Barb - 227, 246
Goyert, Sue - 23 2, 262
Grad, John - 81, 324
Grad, Ruth - 261
Graden, Henry - 115, 219
Graf, James - 99
Grafton, John - 165, 196,
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Graller, Sue - 261
Gramann, Bob - 282
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Grant, Andy - 285
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Graves, Ken - 229
Grawe, Bill- 351
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Gray, Judy - 246, 263
Gray, Sue - 25 8
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Greeman, William - 190
Green, Gary - 240
Green, Jay - 284, 285
Green, Maggie - 124, 255
Green, Mike - 227, 236,
Green, Nancy - 124
Green, William - 100
Greenberg, Harry - 247
Greenberger, Mark - 115,
Greenert, Stacey - 115,
Greenfield, Joanne - 193
Greenisen, Philip - 299
Greer, John - 115, 234,
Gregerson, Bruce - 235,
Gregerson, Carol- 204,
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Gregory, Donald - 151
Grider, Larry - 287
Grier, John - 297
Griess, Jim - 293
Griffith, Don - 278
Grifhn, Harrell- 124
Griflith, Nancy - 263
Grigas, Chuck - 325
Grilliot, Richard - 81
Grimes, Nancy - 259, 308
Grimm, Fred - 275
Grimshaw, Gary - 91, 271
Grist, Gary - 300
Groban, Steve - 290
Groen, Marlana - 169, 25 8
Grogan, Bea- 262
Grogg, Cindy - 227
Groman, Barry - 277
Groneman, Carol- 262
Grooms, Roger - 325
Gross, Jane - 254
Grosse, Carol- 124, 255
Grossheim, Gary - 268
Grote, Ray - 247
Grew, John- 115, 278, 313
Grubb, Liz - 115, 250, 260
Gruber, Jo - 252
Gruber, Pam - 262
Gruen, Nina - 168
Gudgeon, Carole - 124
Guernsey, Richard - 91,
Guile, Roger - 187
Guinnuth, Lee - 124
Gulden, Jerry - 295
Gumenick, Shirley - 23 8,
Gunderson, Edward - 148
Gup, Joanne - 115
Gutin, Raymond - 148
Gutting, Judy - 91
Guyett, Mary - 254
Gwin, David - 100, 184
Gwinnutt, Lee - 210, 123
Haag, Judith - 136
Haas, Mel- 81, 294
Habbager, Jim - 283
Habegger, Fred - 282
Habbagger, Tom - 283
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Hackman, Elizabeth - 176,
Hackman, John - 294
Haffner, Diane - 229
Haft, Charles - 115, 167
Hagan, Bill- 188, 189
Hageman, Bill- 247, 299
Hagner, Charles - 243,
Hagner, Phil- 81, 288
Hague, Joann - 306, 307
Hahn, Judy - 229
Hahn, J. - 313
Haidin, Pam - 260
Haines, Jackie - 262
Haines, Mike - 237
Hake, Larry - 281
Hakes, Pamela - 25 5
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Hall, Bob - 245
Hall, Carol- 260
Hall, Edwin - 134
Hall, Lee - 293
Hall, Richard - 281
Hall, Sandy - 248
Hall, William - 277
Hallberg, Rick - 278
Hallett, Art- 81, 273
Haman, Bill- 293
Hambel, John - 136
Hamburg, Patricia - 115
Hamer, John - 293
Hamilton, Michael- 100,
Hamlin, Pete - 278
Hamman, Cynthia - 255
Hammeltath, Gale - 263
Hammond, Carl- 200
Hammond, Lynn - 260
Hampel, Bob - 278
Hancock, Gary - 300
Hampton, Chris - 300
Hampton, Chris - 249
Handel, Paul- 244
Haneberg, Ron - 224
Hanks, William - 81, 282
Hanson, Carl- 167, 176,
Hanson, Larry - 275
Harcourt, Dennis - 239
Hard, 'Mike - 295
Harding, Edna - 124
Hardy, Ann- 115, 252
Hardy, Steve - 275
Hare, Jean - 259
Harkai, Dennis - 275
Harlacker, Joe - 288
Harless, Ted - 324
Harley, Gerald - 175
Harman, Helen - 253
Harmann, Allen - 81, 225,
Harps, French - 313
Harp, Larry - 293, 324
Harper, Anne - 309
Harper, Lyda- 137, 308
Harper, Steve - 220, 265,
Harrington, Dennis - 188,
Harris, David - 100
Harris, John - 299
Harris, Sandy - 272
Harrison, Adele - 261
Harrison, Bill- 285
Harrison, Jeff - 291
Harsham, Karen - 263
Harsham, Tina - 225 , 255
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Hart, Tom - 268
Hartenian, Melanie - 232
Hartig, Donna - 203, 260
Hartman, Fred - 245
Hartman, William - 137
Hartmann, Bob - 100, 153,
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Hartmann, Dave - 135,
Hartong, Hank - 168, 324
Hasford, Charles - 270
Hastie, Betsy - 25 5
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Hasz, Kristen - 227
Hathaway, James - 100,
Hathorn, Judy - 193, 205,
Hauck, Marilyn - 190
Haughaboo, David - 181
Haughaboo, George -
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Hauss, Ned - 288
Hauver, Richard - 100
Haven, Michael- 82
Hawkins, Bill- 297
Hawthrone, David - 180
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Jim- 100, 155, 163
Michael - 177, 297
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Hayslip, Kathy - 169, 176,
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Heath, Ronald - 244, 300
Heaver, William A. - 91,
Heberling, Tom - 100
Hecker, Betsy - 262
Hecker, Joyce - 124
Hecker, Nancy - 262
Hedberg, Bob - 267
Hedger, William - 82
Heffner, Judy - 25 6
Hegman, Barb - 25 6
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Heidemann, Donald - 151
Heidotting, Dale - 337
Heil, Lynn- 165, 260
Heil, Marilyn - 124
Heil, Sue - 165, 219, 220,
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Heimann, Bob - 288
Hein, Dick - 283
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Heinlen, Jan - 255, 307
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Heitkamp, Lawrence - 115
Heitz, Polly - 176, 225, 259
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Heller, Marvin - 275
Helman, Kenneth - 140
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Helscher, Larry - 295
Heltsley, Fred - 313
Hemker, Paul W. - 181,
Henderson, Joyce - 137,
Hendon, Bob - 288
Hendricks, Dick - 272
Hendricks, Gary - 178
Hendricks, Donald - 82
Henke, Russ - 172, 173,
Henkel, Barbra - 255
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Hennjes, Susan - 258
Henson, Daryll - 227
Henthorn, John - 100
Hepler, James - 148
Hepp, Penny - 124, 229,
Herbers, Donald - 91
Herbert, Ellen- 176, 261
Herbert, Paul- 124
Herbert, Rosemary - 124
Herbold, Bob - 278
Herbort, Rosemary - 253
Herd, Ron - 267
Heffel, Gary - 164
Hermann, Robert- 82
Herrick, Susie - 256
Herring, Leonard - 249
Herrington, Kathy - 262
Herrlinger, Harry - 82
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Herser, Dick - 287
Hershey, David - 300
Herzig, Geoffry - 290
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Hess, John - 233
Hessdoerfer, David - 247
Hessel, Bob - 91, 246
Hettinger, Mike - 296
Heyman, Bruce - 210, 290
Hickman, Robert- 135,
188, 189, 207
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Hicks, John - 281
Higgins, Phil- 324
Higi, Raymond - 115
Hild, Guy - 143
Hill, Barbara- 131, 229
Hill, gharles - 100, 174,
Hill, Ernestine - 251, 263
Hill, Joanna - 52, 115,
Hill, Karen - 227,
Hill, Lauren - 183
Hill, Mimi- 55, 232, 260
Hill, Ray - 229
Hill, Rex- 164, 199
Hill, William - 273
Hillman, Jaralee - 193
Hilsinger, Judy - 206, 260,
Hilton, Brent - 268
Hines, Howard - 227, 235
Hinklin, Alan - 91
Hinsch, Ellen - 246, 251,
Hinshaw, Louis - 151
I-Iinson, Darryll - 115
Hiott, VValt- 100, 184,
Hirby, Stephen - 301
Hisrich, Lloyd - 115
Hissong, Doug - 288
Hitchens, Ted - 227
Hite, Nancy - 124
Hoblitzell, Dick - 243, 278
Hoch, Claire- 115, 168
Hoch, Judith- 124
Hock, Judy - 192, 202, 306
Hock, Philip - 195, 247
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Hoeb, Bill- 285
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Hoffman Jim - 288
Hoffman, Mike - 290
Hoffman, Richard - 282
Hoffmeister, Glenn - 296
Hofmann, Jerry - 275
Hogan, Gayle - 248
Hogue, Paul- 337
Holcomb, John - 143
Holcomb, Richard - 143
Holdeman, Robert - 288
Holder, Jim - 275
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Holland, Donna - 258, 281
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Hollohan, Robert- 115
Holmes, Rich - 275
Holscher, Marleen - 262
Holshoy, Jan - 175, 307
Holt, Dick - 278
Holt, Kay - 171, 240
Holt, Robert - 268
Holtel, Jerome -135, 188
Holtke, Gerald - 82
Homan, Nancy - 253
Hone, Gordon - 240, 313
Honious, Gerald - 268
Honnert, Kathy - 51, 260
Hoobler, Kay - 263
Hoog, Judy - 262
Hoover, Dale - 229
Hopking, Donald - 82
Horak, Patricia - 263
Horan, Phil - 235
Horan, Sylvia - 235
Hornby, Peter - 115
Hosey, Ann - 115
Hosey, Ann - 124
Hoshaw, Ann - 260
Hosler, Doug - 240
Hothem, Larry - 229
Hottle, Donna - 308
Hough, Nancy - 227
Hound, Charles - 167
Hound, Huckleberry - 167
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Hub, Bill- 267
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Huber, James - 124
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Hughes, James -135,
156. 16-1, 177,188,189,
Hughes, Jerry - 91
Hughes. Robert- 91
Huie, Bob - 285
Hulbert, Carol - 175
Hulbert, John - 278
Hulick. John - 296
Hummel, David -116, 293
Hummel, Harriet- 258
Humphrey, Claire -229,
Humphries, Norman - 180,
Hunsaker, George - 240
Hunt, Marshall- 267
Hunt, Raymond - 151
Hunter, Carroll- 299
Hunter, Dave - 82
Hunter, Fred - 295
Hunter, Mary - 240
Hunter, Paul, - 275
Huppertz, Nancy - 229
Hurdle, George - 151
Hurst, Betsy - 216, 217
Hurst, Larry - 100, 296
Huselton, Fred - 267
Huser, Ann - 252
Huston, Judy- 190
Hutchinson, Peggy - 124
Hyatt, Bill- 291
Hyde, Jim - 100
Hyer, Larry - 100, 185
Hyland, Steve - 267
Hymon, Arthur - 82
Hynes, Mike - 293
Hynoski, Fred - 324
Ickes, Nancy - 255
Iliff, Susan - 232
Illbrook, Marcia -263
Imes, Dan -249
Imhoff, Bob -295
Imhoff, Susan -169, 252,
Ingle, Dianne -130
Inks, Diana - 238
Inman, James - 124
Ireland, Jim -227
Irick, Howard -100, 185
Irish, Penny - 240, 306,
Irvin, Ronald - 177, 135,
Isaac, Stan- 164, 165, 177,
Isaly, Douglas - 297
Isfort, Ron - 283
Isphording, Rick - 288
Istock, Paul- 246, 247
Iten, Julie - 124, 258
Itkoff, Dave - 164, 177,
Ito, Junko - 307
Iven, Martha - 252
Ivers, Risa - 255
Ivey, Barbara - 259
Izenson, Faye - 261
Izenson, Laura - 116
Jackett, Gay - 258, 306,
Jackson, Charles - 249
Jackson, Gary - 236
Jackson, Jason - 275
Jackson, Ladonna- 192
Jackson, Shirley - 131
Jacob, Don - 225, 285
Jacob, Jay- 183
Jacob, Bill- 82, 180, 313
Jacobs, Edmund - 148
Jacobs, John -185
Jacobs, Ralph - 100, 184
Jacobs, William - 180, 312
Jacobson, Paul- 281
Jaeger, Joanne - 259
Jaeger, Ralph - 116
Jaisle, Allen - 184
Jaques, Clark - 267
Jansel, John - 100
Jansen, Jackie - 220, 221,
Jansen, Joe -188, 189
Jansen, John- 185, 313
Jellison, Bonnie - 258
Jeffress. Mike - 273
Jenike, Tom - 288
Jenkins, Gale - 258
Jennings, Nancy - 227, 240
Jennings, Ron -278
Jensen, John - 277
Jentzen, Carolyn - 252
Jimerson, Cheri - 253
Johani, Thomas - 186
Katz, Ronnie - 290
Lawrence - 148
Kay, Ken - 278
Kearsley, Bruce - 272
Keczmerski, John J. - 91
g, William - 100,
173, 184, 285
Keffer, Carl- 243, 288
Kehan, Doris - 125
Kehoe, Bill- 247
Keiser, Kaye- 175, 225,
Keiser, Mike - 273
Keller, Barb - 260
Keller, Ken - 225, 288
Johannigman, James - 100
Johnson, James - 301
Johnson, Janet- 91
Johnson, Jannette - 236
Johnson, Joseph - 100
Johnson, Judy - 240
Johnson, Len - 337
Johnson, Margo- 165, 169,
238, 242, 307
Johnson, Sharon- 194, 227
Johnson, Terry - 294
J ohnsonbaugh, Roger - 148
Johnston, Bill- 276
Johnston, Mary - 131
Jonas, Bradley - 270
Jones, Beverly - 263
Jones, Bob - 91,278
Jones, Don - 278
Jones, Frank - 288
Jones, Jerry - 288
Jones, Jim - 294, 315
Jones, Judy - 255
Jones, Larry - 297
Jones, Lynn- 116, 156,
Nancy - 124, 193,
Kelley, Bill- 276
Kelley, Bruce - 275
Kelley, Dallas - 229
Kellner, Harold - 229
Kelly, Roslyn - 116, 168
Kelso, George - 91
Kemen, Donald - 239
Kemner, Mike - 239
Kennedy, Barbara - 309
Kennedy, Jim - 273
Kennedy, Larry - 278
Kennedy, Patricia - 116
Kennedy Ray - 246
Kennett, ,Joyce - 131
Kenney,Tom - 288
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Kern, Ellen - 229, 232
Kerr, Howard - 91
Kersey, Chuck - 281
Kersh, Joann - 148
Kesling, Dennis - 313
Kesselhaut, Alan - 91
Kessler, Bill- 91, 272
Kessler, Mike - 286
Ketcham, Jan - 252
Jones, Paul- 285
Jones, Waldo - 148
Jordan, Allen - 82, 179
Jordan, Mary - 255, 309
Jorden, Bill- 285
Joseph, Tom - 337
J ostworth, Kenneth - 239
Joyce, Reid - 312
Juhlman, John - 82
J onesku, Matthew - 116
Jurevic, Edward - 223, 299
Justen, Joseph - 137
Kabakoff, Herman - 239
Kabakoff, Toby - 116, 168
Kah, David - 237
Kahle, Roger - 293
Kahn, Joan - 50, 261
Kahn, Sanford- 82, 179
Kahsar, Skippy - 55, 252
Kaiser, Dona - 262
Kalaman, John - 295
Kallmeyer, Larry - 82
Kallmeyer, Tony - 253
Kaminsky, Gary - 116
Kamp, Carolee - 25 8
Kamp, Cathy - 260
Kamp, Robert - 176
Kamp, Sherry - 25 8
Kanalz, Mary - 131
Kanter, Julian - 148
Kantor, Tom - 282
Kaplan, Jill- 261
Kaplan, Morton - 1 16
Kaplan, Stu - 287
Kappes, Joe - 299
Kapphahn, Diane - 227
Karem, Dave - 204
Karen, Rhoda - 308
Karpovich, Raymond - 237,
Karter, Madeleine - 309
Kartye, Eva Jane - 116,
Kasselman, Suzi- 263
Kattman, Jake - 175, 190,
Kattus, Mike - 116, 324
Kattus, Nancy - 53
Katz, James - 290
Katz, Joyce - 261
Keuper, William - 135
Keys, Irene - 116, 259
Kidwell, Eleanor - 240
Kidwell, Emily - 224, 234,
Kidwell, Yaulette - 240
Kiefer, Kathy - 241, 263
Kieler, Richard - 148
Kim, Bill- 180
Kimble, Emmit - 283
Kimbler, Larry - 285
Kime, Karen - 260
Kimery, Janet- 120, 125,
Kimmel, James, O. - 240
Kindsvatter, Fritz - 294
Kindsvatter, Warren - 234,
Kin, John -116
King, Nosmo - 313
King, Ronald - 100, 185
King, Steve - 288
Kinney, Judi- 254
Kipp, Betsy - 227
Kirby, Ann - 125
Kirby, Carolyn - 246, 263
Kirby, Grant - 116
Kirby, Ward - 100, 183,
Kircher, Sue - 131
Kirchmayer, Dick - 313
Kirkpatrick, Sandra - 251,
Kirsch, Ken - 82
Kirschbaum, Howard - 82
Kirschmeyer, Mike - 283
Kisker, Thomas - 148
Kissel, Larry- 196, 212,
Kitaeaff, Richard - 325
Klappert, John - 116
Klappert, Judy - 193, 227,
Klausmeyer, James - 100
Klayer, Bill- 353
Klee, Steve - 313, 180
Klegrgaann, Judith - 116,
Kleine, Nancy - 255
Klene, Dick - 213, 219,
Klinck, Joseph - 288
Kline, John - 116
Klocke, Margie - 116
Kloenne, John - 299
Klopp, Gena - 309
Klosterman, Al - 283
Klosterman, Donna - 263
Kluener, Carol - 262
Klumb, Jenny - 252
Knapp, Bill- 229, 295
Knarr, Ken - 271
Kneisly, Douglas - 143
Knollman, Phyllis - 137
Knosp, Pam - 252
Knowles, Bruce - 293
Knox, Arnold - 125
Knox, Jim - 278
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Koch, Carl- 296
Koch, George - 91 A
Koch, Leorle - 191
Koch, Barbara- 188, 203
Koch, Nancy - 256
Kockritz, Andrea - 260
Koenig, Myron - 116
Koeppe, Barbara - 257
Koeppel, Charles - 116
Koepper, Mike - 281
Koflier, Herbert - 116
Kohl, Lynn- 169, 176, 259
Kohlbrand, Kennedy - 245
Kohnen, David - 143
Kohsin, Carol- 167, 176,
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Koizumi, Gail- 116
Kolb, Donn- 101, 173, 174
Kolk, Michael - 286
Kolleck, Regine - 25 8
Kolodny, Victor - 143
Kolozs, Peter - 116
Konicky, Mike - 337
Koors, Carolyn - 25 8
Kopich, Bob - 288, 324
Kopich, Frank - 324
Koppenhaver, Karen - 137,
229, 232, 253
Korb, Steve - 290
Korenthal, Elliot- 287
Korn, Susan - 176, 192,
202, 204, 252
Kory, Dave - 82, 299
Kos, Frank - 265, 281, 313
Kosar, John - 91
Kralovich, George - 278
Kraman, Ken - 290
Kramer, Bill- 172, 275
Kramer, John - 313
Kramer, Marcia - 260
Kramer, Robert - 82
Krapp, Lee - 275
Kraus, Vernon - 116
Kraus, Mickey - 309
Kraybus, Gerry - 288
Kreger, Jim - 277
Krehnbrink, Sally - 262
Kreider, Joan - 194, 227,
Kreidler, Robert - 143
Kreimer, John - 135
Kreinbrink, Ron - 282
Kreindler, Alfred - 148
Kreindler, Mike - 286
Krepps, Robert - 91
Kress, Jerold - 247
Kressler, Al - 229, 238
Kreyling, Bernard - 188,
Krick, Ron - 337
Krieg, David - 278
Krieg, Jere - 273
Krieg, John - 196, 209, 264
Krisher, Ralph - 101
Krodel, Ken - 296
Krodel, Ron - 296
Krogh, Judy - 260
Kroh, Gordon - 268
Kroin, 'David - 286
Kroin, Matthew - 91
Krombach, Peg - 188, 256
Kroovand, Larry - 295
Krueger, Charles - 101
Krueger, Howard - 177,
Krueger, Ley - 275
Krueger, Tony - 281
Kruger, Bob - 351
Kruse, Judy - 125, 263
Kruse, Shirley- 125, 255
Kulgglski, Patricia - 306,
Kuchner, Ann - 116, 160,
Kuga, Maris - 295
Kugelmas, Neil- 286
Kuhlman, John - 229, 268
Kuhn, Carolyn - 92, 256
Kuhn, Dave - 265
Kuhn, David - 299
Kundrat, Michael- 195
Kuntz, John - 247
Kunz, Walter - 101, 172,
Kunz, Walter - 101, 172,
Kuwatch, Carolyn - 160,
Kurman, Sally - 131
Kuwatch, Sylvia - 263
Kueider, Joan - 254
Kyle, Jerry - 179, 267
Lace, Gary - 265, 268
Lacritx, Irwin - 290
Ladd, Kathy - 225
Lafortune, Lura - 125
Lakin, Tom - 229
Lalosh, Linda - 236, 254
Lamarre, Bob - 272
Lamber, Ken - 179
Lammeat, Thomas - 82
Lammert, Tom - 179, 180
Lampe, Jerry - 185
Lance, Carol- 116, 255
Lee, Judy - 229, 253
Lee, Kelly - 301
Leech, Elizabeth - 92
Leech, Philip - 92
Leff, Arnold - 238, 290
Leffel, Pam - 309
Lehman, George - 82
Leggan. Jeanie - 204, 251,
Lehman, John - 288
Lehnhoff, Gail - 258
Leighty, Cliff - 229, 231,
Leimenstoll, Regina- 121,
125, 165, 171, 192, 201,
Leister, Alice - 236
Leiter, Linda - 254
Leiter, Larry - 101
Lennert, Earl- 313
Lensch, Gary- 101
Leo, Frank - 92,312,313
Leonard, Frederic - 290
Leonard, Tim - 181
Leone, Dave - 288
Lesh3Suzanne - 160, 165,
Lester, Jim - 229, 299
Lestyk, John - 183
Leu, Aviva - 261 -
Lever, Barb - 194, 256
Levering, Dave - 294
Levering, Rex - 82, 295
Levi, Freya - 261
Levine, Jerome - 290
Levine, Joseph - 148
Levite, Bernie - 287
Levy, Norm - 238, 250,
Deloris - 131
Beverly - 1 17
Gene - 165
Lance, Judy- 188, 255
Landmann, Beth - 169, 259
Landsiedel, David - 271
Landt, Stephany - 175, 190,
Landthaler, Eugeniz - 263
odney - 177
Lang, Janice - 92
Lang, Phyllis - 309
Lang, Roger - 278
Lang, Rudy- 173, 174,
Lang, Steve - 290
Lange, David- 116, 288
Langland, William - 82
Langs, Nancy - 261
Langsdale, Bob - 229
D-ave - 275
Lant, Yu Hong - 235
Lapirow, Susan - 116, 168
Lappin, Joe - 116, 288
Lappin, Steve - 288
Larkin, Dee - 116, 260
Lasonczyk, Mary - 125
Latham, Geraldine - 193
Lathrop, Carolyn - 25 5
Lathrop, Carolyn - 255
Hope - 235
Lathrop: John - 183, 234,
Lanbagh, Randy - 297
Laubenthal, Jean - 313
Laughlin, Roger - 148
Laughridge, David - 191
LaValee, Joseph- 101, 185
Lavelle, Phil- 285
Lawrence, Dick - 101, 187
Lawrence, James - 117
Lawrence, Larry - 276
Lawson, Bob - 288
Leach, Bobbi- 255
Leath, Elenett - 125, 248
Lebenberg, Barbara - 261
Lebenberg, Sue - 261
Lee, Bill- 101, 182, 268
Lee, David- 117, 186, 285,
Lee, Eva - 260
Lewis, Jerry - 164, 165,
177, 264, 276
Lewis, Judy - 202, 307
Lewis, Robert - 313
Lewis, Ronald - 249
Lewis, Sandra - 125
Licht, Jeff - 275
Lichtenberg, Ann - 188,
Lieberman, Dave - 290
Lieberman, Sidney- 164,
Liebmann, Christine - 244
Lifer, Donald - 101, 183
Light, David - 92
Lightfield, Jane - 255
Lightner, Judy - 92, 175
Liles, Ann - 229, 232, 260
Lillich, Patti- 251, 252
Lindenberg, Peggy - 308
Linder, Howard - 240
Lindhorst, Paul - 313
Lindsay, Thomas - 82
Lingo, Charles - 137, 229
Link, Bob - 278
Lipman, Robert- 92
Lippert, Richard - 117, 295
Lipps, Dave - 247
Lipscomb, Linda - 25 5
Lipsky, Bill- 264, 290
Lisner, Donald - 143
Lisner, Richard - 290
Listerman, Paul- 185, 282
Liukkonem, Karen - 260
Livingston, David - 268
Lloyd, Tom - 288
Loase, Ray - 281
Lobaugh, J eff - 277
Lockwood, Dave - 92, 204,
Loebker, Ron - 125, 194
Loesch, Ray - 294
Lomiski, Marjorie - 224
Long, Anita - 309
Long, Bill- 276
Long, Garnet- 150, 258
Long, Kathy - 227
Longini, Charles - 178
Longley, Richard - 293
Loos, Sharon - 259
Losacker, Joan - 262
Losey, Frank - 246
Lotz, 'Darlene - 137
Lotz, Jerry - 82
Lovey, Julian - 117, 168
Loughry, Donald - 151
Loutzenheiser, Ann- 131,
Love, Art- 229, 297
Lowe, Edward - 101, 174,
Lowenthal, Mitzi- 188
Lower, David - 101, 183
Lower, Jack - 161
Lower, William - 272
Lowery, Robert- 143
Lucy, Bill- 194
Ludwig, Georgette - 310
Luenberger, Jerry - 191
Lund, Beverly - 125
Lundgren, Ralph - 1:48
Luppert, David - 82, 271
Lusenhop, Dave - 295
Lustig, Sally - 256
Lutchin, Howard - 137,
Lutterbei, Kathe - 117,
Lutz, Gregg - 297
Lutz, James - 313
Lutz, Shirley - 255
Lutzenheiser, Ann - 259
Luxenberg, Jerry - 290
Lybik, Joe - 220
Maag, John - 267
Maas, Elmer- 135, 188
Mabley, Patrick - 313
Machzum, Jeanne - 252
Mack, Marcia - 262 '
Macke, Joe - 324
Madden, John - 281
Maddox, Melanie - 253
Maddux, Kathy - 125,
Madill, Robert - 275
Madzula, John - 282
Mahan, James - 194, 288,
Mahaney, Thomas - 27 6
Mahrt, Linda - 252
Maier, Dick - 229, 231
Maier, Richard - 92
Maine, David - 276
Mairose, Bette - 257
Makara, Ed - 282
Malesta, Jack - 278
Mallard, Lula - 131
Malloy, Carol- 255, 30-9
Malman, Arthur - 203, 290
Maloney, Joe - 276
Maltz, Robert- 148
Mandell, Stanley - 117
Manheimer, Richard - 82
Mankowski, Leo - 92
Mann, Paul - 313
Marchetti, Jim - 347
Marcus, Sue - 263, 307
Margolis, Herb - 291
Margolis, Victor - 168
Marioni, Gina - 176, 252,
Marischen, Robert- 82
Marks, Pat- 247
Marks, Paul- 92
Marmet, Ruben- 148
Marni, Andrea - 257
Maroudas, Nick- 188, 189,
Marsh, Don - 177, 191
Marsh, Eugenia - 125, 193
Marshall, Bill- 229
Marshall, David - 83, 301
Marshall, Paul- 164, 165,
169, 177, 243, 264, 275
Marshall, William - 83
Marshall, William - 101,
Martellotti, Carlo - 288
Martin, Carole - 83, 156
Martin, Clarence - 135
TUDENT I DEX
Martin, Dan - 273
Martin, Jerry - 58, 117
Martin, Joseph - 281
Martin, Ronald - 117
Martin, Tim - 282
Martino, Gerri - 253
Martz, Barry - 241, 247
Marx, David - 117, 286
Masxhmeyer, Jan - 176,
Mason, Bruce - 293
Massie, Hal- 83, 278
Mast, Daniel- 180
Masten, Jerry - 92, 191
Masters, Waylon - 247
Mather, Carol- 259
Mather, John - 275
Mathes, Charles - 282
Mathews, Jack - 275
Mathews, Jim - 275
Matlock, Don - 353
Matteoli, William - 151
Matthews, James - 246, 24
Matthews, James - 246,
Matthis, Robert - 117
Mattox, Wanda - 192
Marz, Mary - 86
Maxwell, Paul- 324
Mayer, Carole - 192, 262
Mayer, Marilyn - 83, 254
Mayer, Sally - 192, 202,
Mayfield, Jeanie - 25 8
Mazer, Myron - 148
Mazin, Helaine - 117
Mazzei, Frank - 297
Mazzei, Peter - 151
McAlpine, Richard - 101
McBride, Bob - 275
McCamrnon, Robert - 148
McCampbell, Carol- 25 8
McCann, Mary - 176, 196,
205, 209, 225, 258
McCarthy, Bill- 246
McCarthy, Charles - 148 371
McCarthy, Don - 92
McCarthy, Tim - 293
McCarthy, Bud - 220
McCarty, Don - 285
McCash, Mary - 259
McCauley, Julia - 117
McCauley, Nash- 164, 165
McCauley, Stan - 223
McCleary, Patrick - 164,
165, 177, 203, 294
MoCelllan, Judy - 229, 231
McConn, Elaine - 262
McCormick, Mark - 270
McCoy, Sally - 125, 160,
McCracken, Nancy - 207,
McCreary, John - 148
McCue, Ron - 313
McCullough, Richard - 285
McCune, Larry - 173
McDermott, Dick - 276
McDonald, John - 180,
MoDonel, Jim - 101, 173,
McElfresh, Kay - 309
McEntyre, Jon - 288
McFadden, Douglas - 151
McFarland, Bob - 324
McFarlin, Dottie- 125,
McGlathery, Hal- 82, 295
McGowan, Margo - 125,
McGoy, Carole - 240
McGrath, Ray - 82
McGraw, David - 101, 281
McGuinness, Joan - 125,
193, 25 9
McGurk, Jean - 253
Mcllvain, Howard - 272
McIntyre, Curt - 275
Nlcliay. Kathy - 225. 255
McKee, Kathie - 260
Nlclienncy, Charles - 268
McKenzie, Roger- 117,
McKinley. Debbie - 258
McKittirick, Pat- 177, 278
McLanahan, Ronald - 82
McLaughlin, Carol- 176,
McLaughlin, Jim - 169
McLaughlin, Mickey- 166,
177, 225, 297
McManus, Larry - 282
McMillan, Jim -101, 267
McMillan, Sally - 255
McMullen, Mary - 175,
191, 241, 263
McNeeley, Kathy - 263
McNett, Betty - 255
McNulty, Judy - 252
McOwen, Tom - 297
McPeck, George - 59, 267
McQuain, Pete - 135, 188,
McWilliams, Harry - 272
Mead, Chuck - 276
Meadows, Danny - 135,
Meckstroth, Bette - 125,
193, 225, 251, 258
Medalen, Don - 92
Medveckis, John - 293, 350
Meece, Doris - 175
Meede, Ron - 190
Mehmert, Marsha - 125,
Meier, Thomas - 135
Meinders, Bill- 278
Meister, Janet- 125, 253
Meister, Herbert- 270
Mesiter, Jean - 261
Meitus, Steve - 290
Melick, Ralph - 92, 271
Meltzer, Linda - 261
Melville, Charles - 143
Mende, Erick- 117, 220,
Meng, Phil- 347
Menke, Edna - 246, 263
Menozzi, Roger - 285
Menrath, Patricia - 137
Menyhert, Stephan - 101
Menze, Norman - 244
Meretta, Mel - 262, 233
Meretta, Patricia - 233, 262
Mergler, Kent- 196, 273
Mericle, Gerald - 313
Meriweather, Ann - 258
Meyers. Roger - 285
Michael, Gary - 285
Michael. John - 148
Michaelson, Glenn - 350
Michel, James - 101, 185
Milbrandt, Larry - 238, 275
Milch, Francine - 216, 23 8,
Mileham, Don - 288
Mileham, Richard - 177,
Miles, Jack - 288
Millbourn, Steve - 239, 313
Miller, Becky - 256
Miller Bill- 265
Miller Bill- 164, 268
Miller, Bob - 283
Miller Bobbie - 194
Miller Charlene - 248
Miller, David - 288
Miller Glenn - 249
Miller, Hal - 92
Miller Irvin - 299
Miller, James - 290
Miller Jane - 224
Miller, Janet- 207
Miller, Jean - 259
Miller, Jerry - 281
Miller, Kent- 117, 245
Miller, Linda - 92, 191, 260
Miller, Linda - 251, 309
Miller, Lucy - 131
Miller Michael- 137, 286
Miller Orville - 282
Miller Pete - 161, 206,
Miller, Robert- 125
Miller, Robert - 313
Miller Sandy- 125, 255
Sharon - 261
Miller? stan - 276
Sue - 240, 256, 310
William - 149
Moore, Carl- 149
Moore, Charles - 117
Moore, Lynne - 225, 259
Moore, Janet- 125
Moore, Jeffrey - 275
Moore, Ken - 297
Moore, Myrna- 128, 131,
Moore, Thomas - 293
Moran, Kathy - 262
Moran, Jim - 282
Moreno, Henri 223, 278
Moretti, Ralph - 294
Morgan, Drew - 288
Morgan, George - 278
Morgan, John - 168
Richard - 325
Morgani Ruth - 125, 192
Norm - 283
Morris, Bob - 244
Morris, Paul- 294
Morrison, John- 117, 236,
Morrow, Boyd - 299
Patrick - 324
A1 - 273
Moskowitz, Joel- 117, 290
Moster, Sue - 262
Motzer, Earl- 244
Moyer, Wayne- 187
Moyers, Toby - 267
Mramor, Joe - 324
Mraovich, Sam- 101, 185
Muckenfuss, Rudolph -
Mudge, Michael- 229, 231
Mueller, Charles - 149
Mueller, Don - 301
Mueller, Helen - 227
Mueller, John - 83
Mueller, John - 83
Mueller, Lynn - 165, 177,
209, 243, 288
153, 160, 200, 260
Merke, Joseph - 83
Messerly, Bob - 294
Messing, Alan - 247
Messinger, Bruce - 267
Messite, Michael- 143
Mettman, Carol - 262
Mettman, JoAnn - 263
Metz, Charlene - 229, 231
Metz, Dan - 297
Metzger, Carol - 263
Metzger, Judy - 260
Metzger, Rick - 204
Metzner, William - 83, 179,
Meyer, Anita, 176, 263
Meyer, Bernard - 181
Meyer, Betty - 263
Meyer, Denny - 267
Meyer, Fritz - 337
Meyer, Jerry - 27 5
Meyer Lois - 92, 250, 262
Meyer, Martha - 260
Meyer, Marvin- 300
Meyer Melinda - 309
Meyer Paul- 117, 195,
Meyer, Winnie - 117, 252
Meyers, Bill- 92, 264, 299
Milligan, -Larry - 288
Mills, Jan- 165, 167, 176,
196, 209, 235,250,258
Mills, Mike - 268
Mills, Sue - 83, 179
-Miner, Don - 278
Minson, Esther - 125, 261
Minson, Michael - 117
Minturn, Bruce - 278
Mitchell, Al - 268
Mode, Arthur - 149
Moehring, Dave - 283
Moellendick, Jack - 267
Moeller. Bonnie - 131, 202,
242, 246, 310
Moeller, Dottie - 125, 229,
Moellering, Gayle - 256
Moenster, Phyllis - 176,
213, 216, 217, 262
Molen, Richard - 83
Momper, Jerry - 324
Moneyhan, Gayle - 293
Molfenter, Gerald - 149
Moliter. Gretchen - 25 3
Moll, Walter - 83, 180
Molloy, Ed -101
Monahan, Mary - 251, 262
Monis, Betsy - 117
Monsey, Diana - 253
Montopoli, Jerry - 350
Montgomery, Charles -
Montgomery, Dan - 278
Mueller, Tom -
Muhleman, Al -
Muir, Dean- 178
Mullaney, Bonny - 254
Mullaney, James - 276
Mullaney, John - 297
Mullaney, .Martin - 135
Mullen, Dick - 295
Mullen, Sue - 55, 192
Mullican, Charles - 149
Mullins, Doug - 235, 240
Mullins, Larry- 194, 293,
Montgomery, 'Dave - 295
Montgomery, John - 229
Montgomery, William -
Moodler, Sue -128, 131,
Meyers, Marilyn - 83, 156,
212, 213, 218, 220, 253
Meyers, Marilyn - 125, 253
Mooman, Bill- 285
Mooney, Lois - 125
Moore, Bob - 281
Munger, Charlotte - 176,
Munich, Amy - 261
Munson, Dave - 92
Muntz, John - 275
Munz, -Robert - 125, 194
Murchison, Helen - 131
Murphy, Doug - 277
Jack- 173, 185
Jim- 135, 188,
John- 101, 174
Judy - 253
Michael - 224,
Carol - 227
Doug - 288
Caroline - 125,
Myer, Roger - 92
Myers, Anne - 234, 241,
Myers, Gene - 276
Myers, Karen - 253
Myers, Shirley - 255
Myers, Tom - 223, 243,
Nagelson, -Mary - 229
Naish, Carol- 192, 262
Nast, Thomas - 83, 186
Natale, Joe - 337
Nathan, Arny - 227
Nations, Carol- 256
Nau, Nanci- 256
Nebolsky, Paula - 227
Neckel, John - 188, 229
Nedig, Lois - 254
Neel, Robert- 165, 166,
225, 264, 280, 281
Nelf, Bob - 288
Neff, Charles - 126
Neimeyer, William - 101
Nelson, Al- 325
Nelson, Jay - 164, 185, 294
Nemenz, Dennis - 288
Neri, Arthur - 241
Ness, Elliot- 163
Nesselbush, Sharon - 307
Neuman, Jackie - 261
Newmann, Tom - 290
Neville, Bruce - 268
Newbauer, Tom - 247
Newberry, Clarence - 246
Newberry, Dean - 25 6
Newcomer, Virginia - 126
Newell, 1Leland - 149
Newhouse, Harold - 183
Newmark, Joseph - 265
Newstedt, Bob - 285, 313
Nichols, Kenneth - 313
Nichtling, Sherry - 25 3
Niebuhr, Robert - 288
Niehaus, Janet - 260
Niehaus, Kenneth - 83,
154, 161, 210, 211, 219
Niehaus, Thomas - 195
Nielson, Don - 288
Nielsen, Hal- 142
Nieman, Dale - 185, 268
Niemiller, Jean - 117
Niemczyk, Marti- 253
Miemczyk, Mary - 254
Niemeyer, Allen - 268
Niemeyer, William - 172,
Niemiller, Kirk - 27 5
Nies, Thomas - 83, 216,
220, 221, 233
Niesz, Judy - 254
Niester, Ralph - 268
Nimmo, Jim - 234
Niswonger, Stephen - 177
Niti, Frank - 167
Nixon, Travis - 101, 275
Nocheck, Carol - 251, 257
Noftager, Bob - 169, 185
Noftsger, John- 101, 173,
Noland, Mike - 299
Nolte, Walter - 151
Nomins, John - 241
Nooe, Molly - 251, 258
Norkaitis, Neil- 184, 275
Norman, Jim - 347
Norris, 'Kathy - 263
Norten, Dave - 293
North, Myrna - 117, 242
North, William - 203, 264,
Norton, Chuck - 278
Norton, Jane - 176, 209,
Norton, John - 246, 275
Norway, Albert - 92
Novak, Robert - 92
November, Phillip - 83
Nuber, Rick - 293
Nugent, Robert - 177, 272
Nunn, 1Merilynn - 252
Oberlin, David - 107, 177,
225, 264, 296
Oblak, Fred- 126, 324
O'1Brien, Bob - 277
O'Brien, Tom - 83, 190,
Ochsner, Donald - 101,
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O'Connell, Jerome -117
O'Connor. Elaine - 2-11
O'Donnell, Ed - 312, 313
Ocslandcr. Harvey - 286
Oettinger, Judy- 255
Offutl, Nlanly- 178
O'Hatnick. Bob - 283
Ohr, Bob - 282
O'Keefe, William - 188,
Oldham, Linda - 262
Oldham, Tom - 293
Olds, Richard - 149
Oliver, Bruce - 275
Oliver, Carol- 256
Oliver, Ryle -151
Oliverio, Louis - 83, 178,
Oliverio, William - 83, 180
Olpp, Jack- 227, 244, 276
Olson, Anna - 227
Olson, Lois - 83, 190
O'Neal, Richard - 299
O'Neil, Betsy - 233, 260
O'Neil, Bill- 169, 175, 177
O'Neil, Martha - 260
O'Neil1, Tom - 298
Orcott, Nancy - 126, 204
Orcutt, Richard - 83
Orleck, Donald - 188
Orlemann, Nikki- 229
Orth, William - 299
Oskanitz, Hernando - 275
Osterfeld, Denny - 293
Osterweil, John - 290
Ottaviani, Joe - 288
Ottewitte, Eric - 101
Ottney, David - 313
Otto, Doug - 267
Overley, Marianne - 131
Overtoom, Gail- 263
Owen, Lorelei - 52, 310
Owens, Mick - 188
Pack, Sue - 256
Page, Bob - 270
Page, John - 275
Palasek, Claire - 257
Palmer, Bob - 272
Palmer, Ronald - 277
Palmer, Ron - 101, 288
Palmeter, David - 285
Palsey, Cerebral- 167
Papesch, Beth - 256
Papp, Dennis - 276
Parasiliti, Marilyn - 229,
Paris, Jim - 324
Park, Duck - 83
Parker, Esther - 70
Parker, James - 83, 278
Parker, Lawrence - 299
Parkins, Judy - 192
Parmentier, Laszlo - 135
Parry, Ray - 325
Parthenakis, James - 237
Parthenakis, Nick - 237,
Partridge, Mike - 243, 265,
Pascarella, Carl - 275
Pask, Jim - 216, 285
Patala, Peter- 83, 278
Pathe, Sally - 199, 256
Patras, Stephen - 283
Patrick, Allen - 92
Patten, Jim - 272
Patterson, Ann - 236, 251,
Patterson, Frank - 265, 300
Patterson, Mary- 192, 236
Paul, Dee - 260
Paul, Larry - 272
Paul, Terry - 290
Pauly, Bob - 244
Pavloff, Louis - 135, 188,
Peak, Sandra - 253
Peak, Walter - 180
Peaslee, James - 83, 266,
Pell. Marilyn - 308
Pemberton, Hugh - 276
Penn, John - 272
Pennington, John - 276
Perdrix, Roger - 325
Perloff, Bonnie - 261
Perret, Martin - 313
Perry, James - 143
Pesakoff, Lee - 83
Pesci, Bob - 278
Peterman, Loyal - 299
Peters, James - 186
Peters, Robert- 101
Peterson, Bob - 294
Peterson, Lawrence - 277
Peterson, Robert- 151
Petraits, Robert- 244
Petrick, Linda - 259
Petrie, Allen - 223, 293
Petry, Thomas - 101, 172,
184 ,196, 206, 278
Pfaffenberger, Bob - 297
Pfaffman, Warren - 151
Pfersick, Lynn - 246, 260
Pfiester, Lynn - 252
Phelps, Clarence - 83
Phelps, Irene- 126
Phelps, James - 143
Phifer, Ed - 337
Phillips, Hurdie - 324
Phillips, Robert- 151
Phillipps, Jack - 101
Phillips, Jerry - 350
Phinney, Abigail- 92
Pickus, Howard - 286
Pidgeon, Linda - 254
Pierce, Tommie - 229, 25 8
Pies, Gary- 117, 165, 177
Pigg, Larry - 83
Pinales, Martin - 290
Pinto, Michael- 175, 191
Piper, Vic - 294
Piroq, Dane - 325
Pirozzi, Jack - 268
Pitocco, Dennis - 172
Pitocco, Nick - 184
Pitstick, Earl- 247
Pitstick, Jerry- 177, 272
Pizzo, Dea - 246, 262
Planes, Deana - 137
Plate, Arthur - 143
Plate, John - 229
Pleasants, Margaret - 192
Plett, Michael- 281
Plogman, Gerry - 234,
Plohr, Alane - 195, 246,
Poe, Wayne - 83
Poessel, Harry - 188
Poindexter, Julie - 260
Points, Dan - 324
Pollitt, Bob - 277
Pollock, Bob - 275
Pollock, Lee- 126, 250,
Polster, Gail- 126, 255
Pool, Caroline - 256, 308
Poole, Ron - 301
Poplarchek, Walt- 227
Popp, Martin - 295
Porter, Floyd - 83
Portnoy, Joe - 290
Potash, Stephen - 117, 280
Potthoff, Harry - 101
Pottishall, Viola - 126
Potts, Carol- 253
Pottschmidt, Carl- 83
Powell, James - 84
Powell, Jackie - 126
Powell, Newt- 278
Powell, Robert - 102,
Powers, Steve - 187
Prager, Denis - 102, 185
Prather, Robert - 117
Prather, Ron - 288
Pratte, John - 275
Prendergast, Carroll- 192
Pressler, Rick - 273
Preziose, Mike - 299
Price, Carol- 137, 253
Price, Grower - 297
Price, Judy - 175
Price, Marcia - 306, 307
Prichard, Glenn - 227
Pride, Jerry - 227
Prior, Carol - 260
Prisby, Erroll - 325
Proctor, Neil- 244, 281
Proctor, Rosemary - 229,
Proulx, Marie - 117, 168
Puening, George- 102, 184
Pugh, Gerald - 84
Punch, Pat - 192, 250, 262
Pundsack, Nancy - 233,
Purcell, Robert - 117
Puterbaugh, Bonnie - 260
Puterbaugh, Myron - 149
Purdy, Polly - 232
Quigley, Richard - 102
Raabe, Valerie - 254
Rabe, Judy - 192, 262
Rack, Joseph - 117
Rack, Linda - 259
Radcliffe, Ann - 25 2
Radcliffe, John - 27 5
Radeke, Michael- 102,
Radford, Richard - 175
Radkey, Phil- 229
Radzililover, Gloria - 261
Rae, Jerry - 222
Raeder, Jessica - 188
Rafoth, Carl- 135, 188,
Rahe, Jennie- 118, 153,
160, 165, 202, 242, 250,
Raimer, John - 270
Raine, Steve - 180
Raitt, Bonnie - 259
Rako, Jules - 149
Ralston, Don - 285
Ralston, John - 240
Ralston, Robert - 84
Ramanathan, D. - 180
Ramge, Dennis - 164,
177, 198, 243, 299
Ran, Roslyn - 261
Randall, Ken - 27
Rand, Michael - 290
Ranger, Lone - 167
Ranker, Steve - 35 0
Rankin, James - 276
Rankin, Nancy - 126
Rapp, Michael- 313
Rapp, Valerie - 167
Rathkamp, John - 275
Ratterman, George - 167
Ratzman, Gilbert - 135,
Rau, Don - 288
Rausch, David - 149
Ravenscroft, Ron - 277
Ravenschraft, Terrance -
Rawers, Thomas - 135
Reade, Rosalind - 118
Readinger, Ed - 285
Reams, Roy - 233
Rebbin, Tom - 187
Reber, Gary - 295
Reck, Dennis - 301
Reckner, Donald - 236
Reddert, Claire - 137
Reder, Ronald - 84
Reece, John - 285
Reed, Dick - 267
Reed, Jane - 126, 253
,Monty - 313
Reed Peyton - 229
Reed, Robert - 180
Reed, Sandy -135, 188
Reekers, Donald - 151
Regensburger, Paul - 272
Reiber, Tom - 272
Reich, Susan - 118
Reicher, Mel- 286
Reichert, Paul- 283
Reichert, Sally - 253
Reif, Georgia - 257
Reif, Louise - 194, 227,
Reiff, Linda - 308
Reifin, .Melvin - 143
Reigle, Tom - 313
Reinhard, Albert - 126
Reinhardt, Alec - 295
Reinhart, Betty - 239
Reinstatler, Tom - 324
Reis, Mary Lou - 126,
Reis, Ronald - 84, 337
Remke, Dick - 186
Rennecker, Harry - 313
Renner, Eric - 275
Renner, Ernie - 282
Rettig, Joan - 262
Retsler, Ron - 273
Reynolds, Carol- 194-
Reynolds, Gary - 102, 181
Rhein, Donald - 236
Rhine, Darry - 263
Rhoades, Jack - 293
Rhoads, Jack - 265
Rhoades, Janet- 25 6
Rhode, Bill- 288
Rhodes, Elana - 25 8
Rhodes, Harry - 102, 299
Rice, Doug - 324
Rice, Jim - 167, 301
Rice, Larry - 92, 271
Richards, Pat - 137, 176
Richards, Stuart - 143
Richer, Mark - 190
Richman, Mike - 181
Richman, Paul- 290
Richter, Dennis - 247, 313
Richter, John - 270
Richter, Robert - 126
Riddell, Paul - 313
Riehle, Nancy - 193
Rielage, Martin - 244
Ries, Bill- 244
Riesenbeck, Sarah - 259
Riggs, Charles - 84
Riley, Nancy - 236
Rinehart, Jay - 118
Ring, Donna - 192
Ringshauser, Judy - 169
Ringwald, Ellie - 202, 207,
Rinsky, Elayne - 126
Ripperger, Charles - 244
Rippey, Jerry - 272
Risch, Bob - 164, 225, 264
Ritchie, David - 126
Ritchie, Sandie - 254
Ritter, Dave - 290
Ritzi, Jack - 275
Ritzi, Robert - 149
Robb, Dan - 275
Robbins, Gary - 291
Robbins, Leroy - 229
Robbins, Pat- 229, 231
Robbins, Sue - 306, 307
Roberts, Ed - 295
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Tries, Wayne - 270
Tritilio, Sandy - 263
Triplett, Barbara - 167
176, 193, 234, 235, 240,
Tripp, Russell- 240, 244
Trondle Larr - 93
Tronstein, Lois - 261
Trotta, Raymond - 85
Troutman, Sandy - 251,
Trudicks, John - 186, 223
Truglio, Chuck - 325
Vallean, Richard - 143
Van Arnen, Hank - 324
Van Buren, Jack - 324
Van Buren, Ken - 324
Vance, Marjorie - 260
Vance, Richard - 85
Van de Mark, Curtis - 268
Van Dyke, Jim - 185, 267
Van Epps, Nancy - 260
Van Gelder, Jim - 290
Vn Lokeren, George - 135
Van Nortwick, Bob - 229
Vaughan, Beth - 25 6
Vaughan, Charles - 119,
Vause, Jim - 296
Vawter, Marvin - 119
Veeth, Donald - 182
Velten, Ken - 276
Vennemeyer, Jeanne - 127,
Vennemeyer, 'Margo - 137,
Veser, George - 278
Vicar, Anthony - 85
Vichman, James - 265
Vieth, Donald - 181, 206
Vimba, Aivor - 244, 245
Vischer, Carolle - 256
Vogelgesang, Bruce - 324
Vogelgesang, Paul - 295
Vogt, Robert - 93
Vollbracht, Gary - 275
Volz, Buzz - 203
Volz, Joe - 85
Vonderahe, Ann - 25 6
VonFange, Reinold - 183,
Von Feldt, Bill- 283
Von Hone, Dick - 127, 233
Von Landberg, Rudy - 243,
Von Nattingham, Nancy -
Vordenberg, Robert- 281
Voss, Edward - 137, 196,
Wacksman, Stanley - 149
Waddell, Clyde - 275
Warthen, Brenda - 127,
193, 201, 253
Warwick, Edward - 184
Washburn, Doug- 177, 278
Wasmer, Martha - 255
Watanabe, Carol - 176,
192, 202, 357
Watkins, Adaline - 308
Watkins, Tom - 288
Watson, David - 103, 184
Watson, John- 103, 156,
Watts, Beth - 260
Wear, Maxwell - 151
Weaver, Lawrence - 103,
Weaver, James - 189
Weaver, John - 85
Webb, Virginia - 119
Weber, Carol - 240
Weber, Ed - 285
Weber, Jerry - 324
Weber, Major - 275
Weber, Ray - 297
Weber, Sandy - 254
Weber, Steve - 288
1 73 , 1 83
Wharton, Dan - 285
Wheeler, George - 247
Wheeler, Judy - 260, 308
Wheeler, Tom - 272
Wiethe, Kathy - 252
Whipperman, Ronald - 191
Whipple, Guy - 183
Whitacre, Emerson - 288
Whitaker, Tom - 288
White, Ed - 293
VVhite, Kathleen - 25 6
White, Lee- 103, 173, 185,
White, Linda- 167, 176,
White, Linda - 165, 258
White, Max- 163, 165,
Nancy - 253
Weckstein, Donald - 143
Wedel, Tom - 103, 299
Wedig, Lois - 251
Weed, Dean - 277
Wegelin, Vic - 227, 244
Wegener, Darleen - 229,
Wehby, Hypha - 257
Wehrfritz, -Carl - 181
Weidenweher, Fred - 85
Weidig, Carol - 253, 309
Weigel, Charles - 137, 247
Weiler, Jim - 295
Weinberg, Adelle - 261,
Weinbrown, Bob - 286
Weingartner, Tom - 85,
Weinstein, Hattie - 238,
Weinzimmer, Larry - 291
Weziig, JoAnn- 127, 193,
Weiskittel, Earl- 273
Whitfield, Pat - 325
Whiting, David - 272
Whitney, Pat - 93
Wichman, James - 297
Wideman, Frederick - 149
Wiedenbein, Joan - 257
Wiegand, Sally- 175, 229
Wiehaus, Bob - 282
Wiehe, Irwin - 103, 181
Wiener, Paul- 283
Wierwille, Ann - 149
Wierwille, George - 149
Wiesenhahn, Darryl- 347
Wiesmann, Klaus - 244
Wiethe, Dale - 149
Wietholter, Jim - 276
Wiggins, Vernon - 119
Wilcox, Becky - 260
Wilder, Hugh - 135
Wiley, Norman - 103, 182
Wiley, Ronald - 1 19
Wilhelm, Al- 85, 167,
Wilhelms, Marta - 195 , 262
Wilkie, Charlotte - 308
Wilkie, Mary - 92, 175,
Wilkins, Walter - 151
Will, Dick- 103, 172, 173,
Willey, Butch - 313
Willey, Larry - 93, 153,
163, 165, 166, 177,288
Woodcock, Judy- 176, 255
Woodin, Donald - 267
Woodrich, Sharon - 251
Woodruff, Linda - 93
Woodruff, Tom - 297
Woods, -Jeanette - 193
Work, Susan - 127
Williams, Bob - 297
Williams, Dick - 294
Williams, Elizabeth - 256
Williams, Gail - 255
Williams, Jim - 240
Williams John - 295
Williams -Katie - 25 8
Williams Katie - 254
Williams Mary - 93
Williams Mary - 127
Williams Robert- 103
Williams, Polly - 182
Williams, Sharon - 119,
Williams Tom - 119, 203,
Williamson, John - 229,
Williamson, Sue - 227
Willins, Dick- 103, 169,
er, Sam - 85, 180,
Wren, Sally - 257
Wrenn, Fred - 184
Wrenn, Kenneth - 103
Wright, Billie - 256
Wright, David - 313, 325,
Wright, Jack - 282
Wright, Jay - 285
Wright, John - 85, 179,
Wright, Larry - 84, 293
Wright, Wayne - 267
Dick - 282
Wulfekamp, Beryl - 256
Willis, Richard - 149
Willman, Anita- 175, 225,
Wills, Roger - 247, 313
Wilmes, Judy - 253
Wilson, Alex - 93, 177,
Wilson, Bonnie - 251, 255
Donald - 103, 184
Wilsoni George - 249, 337
Wilson, John - 85
Wilson, Margi - 263
Wilson, Pat - 127, 250, 257
Wilson Richard - 151
Wind, Carol - 253
Windmueller, Steve - 224
Wine, Hazel- 93, 175,
Wingard, Cleon - 278
Winger, Carolyn - 168
Winkelmann, Dave - 276
Winkler, Jody - 255
Winters, Jean - 258
Wise, Caryl- 238, 261
Wise, Harold - 103, 184
Wise, James -103, 181
Wissinger, John - 301
Witti, Bud - 281
Witt, Todd - 324
Wittenberg, Mary - 229
Wodrich, Sha-ron - 253
Woellner, Bonnie - 167,
176, 205, 212, 213,
219, 220, 263
Woertz, Russel- 93, 283
Wolf, Charus - 85
Wolf, Dale - 112, 216, 217,
Wolf, Ed- 119, 163, 288 V
Wolf, John - 313
Wolf, Kenneth - 290
Wolff, 'Cindy - 25 8
Wolfgang, Alfred - 313
Wolk, Ian -119, 168
Woll, Thomas - 185
Wolter, Steve - 239
Wulff, Bernard - 175
Wunker, Bob - 276
Wyatt, Shirley - 127
Wyl-lie, Katherine - 85
Wymer, Walter - 85
Yager, Diane - 259
Yaklosfsky, Dennis - 283
Yales, Cary - 119
Yarbrough, Charles - 164,
212, 217, 276
Yarmove, Jay - 238
Yarosh, Pat - 237
Yates, Tony - 337
Yauch, .Fred - 186
Yeomans, Myers - 137
Yockey, Judy - 232, 239,
Yoder, Keith - 313
Yokel, Harry - 239
York, Robert - 119
Youkilis, Sandra - 119, 250,
Youkilis, Sandy - 265, 291
Young, Claire - 70
Young, Bill- 219
Young, Bob - 27 6
Young, Jim- 190
Young, Norman - 85
Young, Roger - 293
Youngblood, James - 188,
Yurek, 'Jerry - 275
Zaken, Steven - 298
Zala, Marty - 203, 290
Zeff, Dave - 203, 290
Zeigler, David - 191
Zerkle, 'Barry - 180, 313
Zegteg, William - 216, 238,
Zevan, David- 185, 267
Ziegel, Pat- 165, 242,
Ziegel, Penny - 93
Ziegler, Barb - 25 6
, David - 93
, Janet- 262
Ziegler, Philip - 299
, Frederic - 290
Womack, Edward - 93, 234
Wong, Pat - 85, 227
Wood, Bmce - 227
Wood, David- 167, 313
Wood, Halbert - 103
Wood, Jean - 93
Joseph - 93
Wood, Karen - 235
Zima, Joe- 119, 324
Zimmer, Donald - 85
Zimmerman, Carol - 103,
Zimmerman, Emma - 127
Zimmerman Jim - 283
Zimmerman, Robert - 178
Zimmerman Ruth - 119
Wood, Reba - 256
Woodruff, Linda - 234
Woods, Ken - 247
Woodward, Charles - 285
Zins, Thomas - 143
Zipes, Michael- 85, 180,
201, 312, 313
Zoller, Norman - 119
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Each year there are many more people than most
realize who contribute to the publishing of a yearbook.
There are the professional people who are always
willing to do a little more than their contracts call for.
We are indebted to Ed Hackleman and his sidekick
Ralph Van Dyke of Foote and Davies, Inc.-Chicago
office-for always being around when needed, en-
couraging and prodding us along, Dot Smyly, Evelyn
Jackson, and Mary Jackson of Foote and Davies, Inc.
for the many favors throughout the year, Bill Whit-
teker, commercial photographer, for his willingness to
cope with hundreds of students, faculty members and
administrators, and even give us what we couldn't af-
ford, for our patient cover salesman Jack Bundy of
S. K. Smith Company, who put up with our delays
till February, Norman Bush of Shillito's who photo-
graphed the more than 1,100 seniors who appear in
this book, to student photographers Anita Stith and
Erich Mende, and to the Cincinnati Enquirer for pic-
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valuable to us. We are very grateful to John P. De-
Camp and the Public Relations Oliice-Claire Young,
Esther Parker, Bruce Stoecklin, Judy Takahashi, Gail
Koizumi, Helaine Mazin, and Mary Lou Diersing-
who put up with our visits and constant requests for
pictures with a smile, especially to Joyce Garn Agnew,
assistant director of public relations assigned to the
Medical Center, for her assistance with the academics
and research sections of this book, Emily Frey in the
Dean of Men's Office, who answered endless questions
about people and names, Arch I. Carson, purchasing
agent, who helped us settle our contracts, Floyd
Brewer, Barbara Hunt, Marty Appleman, and Hal
Nielsen, of the Union staff, for their willingness to put
up with us, and our advisor Louis G. Rockwood, who
was always available when needed. Finally, may I
thank the editors and the members of the staff for their
co-operation and endless hours of work. Without them
-the artist, writers, typists, and photographers-it
would not have been possible to publish this volume
of the CINCINNATIAN.
The CINCINNATIAN: 1962 was printed in offset
lithography by Foote and Davies, Inc., in Atlanta,
Georgia. The paper is 80 pound Champion Wedge-
wood. Type faces, body copy, page numbers, cap-
tions, and photo identifications are Times Roman,
and Times Roman italic, page headings are Bodoni
Campanile, division page heads are old-fashioned
wood type. The cover was manufactured by the S. K.
Smith Company in Chicago with old fashioned wood
type letters and numerals. This is the 69th volume of
the CINCINNATIAN and contains 384 pages.
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