University of Cincinnati - Cincinnatian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1964

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Colleges, . o. . , . . o o.- m . 40 as O"9UsU'lCf'G?!!5 5 in iiii lndeX . Q i oi Q iii 4 i , ,J ,, .lg Greeks i T A junior advisor tours the campus with her freshman advisees. FRESHMEN ARE GREETED WITH Primary responsibility for greeting fresh- men and imparting to them collegiate spirit rested with upperclassmen who came to campus a week before classes start for ori- entation activities. ln small group sessions the freshmen quickly learned about campus traditions and events, met the leaders of stu- dent groups, and enjoyed a glimpse of the academic road ahead at the University by attending the "Keys to Knowledge" lecture series presented by faculty members. CONVOCATICNS AND CAMPUS TOURS F lanked by adminislrative deans, President Langsam welcomes the Class of '67, NEW ORIENTATION Freshmen are patiently herded through the registration process by upperclassmen and part-time workers. Even the students' cars must be registered. Next problem is to find where classes will be held F rosh give a polished stage performance. ' e 'Z 2 Working through the Orientation Board and the men's and WOIT1CI1,S advisory systems, the administration completely revamped the orienta- tion program for students entering UCS first quarter system year. Highlight of the Week was the Freshman Talent Show, an array of un- inhibited talent ranging from vocalists to magicians. A second inovation of the all new orientation was the Freshman Fun Night, an evening of coeducational recreation utilizing UC's gymnasium and pool facilities. is Backstage dressing room bustles with excitement. TALENT SHOW STARS CLASS OF '67 Bishop accepts Taft Medal from Alumni President, Kelly Sidall. At the lecturn, Bishop autographs magazine for an admirer. BISHOP RECAPS CONQUEST OF EVEREST In October an overflow audience in Wilson Audi- torium heard UC grad Barry Bishop recount the American expeditionls victorious assault on Mt. Ev- erest. Slides taken by the assault team on the 29,000 foot peak added to Bishop's commentary. The climax to the evening, however, came when Bishop was pre- sented with the first William Howard Taft Alumni Medal, awarded by the UC Alumni Association for notable and distinguished achievement, Bishop's silhouette is visible flower rightj as he shows slide of Americans placing flag on Everesfs snowy peak. EXPANDS TO AN ENTIRE WEEK Freshmen busily copy required texts for courses from Bookstore bulletin board. ' fRightj Air Force recruiters enlist frosh for ROTC. Upperclassmen returning to UC in late September were somewhat startled to find the campus taken over by the Class of '67, At last the proposed quarter system had become reality at the University of Cin- cinnati, and freshmen were participating in a full week of orientation activities before classes for the fall quarter were scheduled to begin. RECREATION PLANNED FOR FROSH FUN NIGHT Modern dance is held in women's gym. Trampoline draws a crowd of novice performers. F rosh swimmers take over UC pool RAGTIME REVISITED: MAX MORATH Moratlfs presentation of a by-gone em captivates his collegiate audience. One of Americais most outstanding ragtime pianists, Max Morath, visited the campus for a popular Union sponsored concert in November. The Union's ex- tensive publicity campaign proved successful, as Mo- rath took a sell-out audience through a delightful sur- vey of ragtime years, illustrated with a slide presen- tation and highlighted with Morath's own sentimental brand of modern humor and satire. GUEST LECTURERS s Raymond Walters Lectures in Contemporary Religion bring Dr. Wright of Har- vard to UC campus. Dr. Prawer of England's University Sponsored by the Semple Classic Fund, of Birmingham disucsses modern poetry. Dr. Rowell interprets Marcus Aurelius. EXPAND A UNlVERSITY'S HORIZONS Nearly every afternoon a visitor to the UC campus can find students and faculty attending lectures by outside speakers on subjects ranging from nuclear resonance to the literature and archeology of Israel. These opportuni- ties for extra-classroom expansion of knowledge, so nec- essary for the growth of the University, are made pos- sible through funds established by generous alumni and the civic and philanthropic leaders of Cincinnati. The chemistry department is particularly Taft lecturer Leopold acitve in inviting guest lecturers to campus. describes powers of US Presidents. HK'325?ii2 A .W Mr, .1 .f .fr ... s..sw.g.s.,.T.... ..s5M:-imiseyyif wav .gags-if sm- . tgm.-.ft,w ,.-- . an . Q:-L.tzgg.ss..Qfr.as+-sw.1.5 wsslilv . - fmt. 1- ' 1 x lb., W1 was . fsguwve. vw-..:f-ta. me -v . A. .fs . gg? s..,.,.fs.m. Ii? ,f-7 ts.- -sl: at-J' .. gm... Lfl1Qf22.Salrr,st fa 52. . ,k,. 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R .V V. . 7,,M3jM ,ex-..L.f,.f., A ,,,..,.-..,.,f.n., f. e,,.f,,, 5g'+p.e'5 .ggf it .. m.i,L.L Q -Leif , A 2 f is :V ,QL A -..k. Nazi - 1' dawn T .liz-g W .-.f1. ' ll sf f. A1v"fp,'iQ"LiY'?f3,5Lift? 1 -2vQQi,4g'a:.QL?f1f'3'i.gY.f.f7 Et. wink sfiifh' ??,Qifii5ii5E:.af f . .few Q :f:f'f'A'f'z,:1 "" t- t W Aww' W V ' A-' f x A3415 1 CORBETT SERIES BRINGS Rosalyn Tureck receives an ovation following her combined lecture and piano recital featuring the music of Bach. Well known American composer and conductor, Aaron Copland. MUSIC GREATS TO UC Rudolf Bing, General Manager of the Metropolitan Opera, pauses to talk with Mr. Ralph Corbett lriglztl and Graduate Dean Campbell Crockett lleftl. In the second year of its three year run, the remarkable Corbett Lecture Series has continued to bring praise to UC, as well as stature and prestige to her newest unit, the College Conservatory of Music. The free public lectures have consistently presented outstanding men and women from the world of music to standing- room-only audiences in Wilson Auditorium. Composer William Schumann discusses his program backstage with music patrons. ROARING TWENTIES REVIVED ON SHOWBOAT MEET me Or-Y we sx-xovleovf "" 0 mwovfrlpxvffi i..,., 1 MUMMERS GUILD wessems A MUSECAL ABOUT THE ROARENG S NQVEMBER 8910 lawvsla aagm cruclumm Pusuc umnmg ron Tncxsvs cm UNI 8000 u. A 1 .'.'j .1:::. -.': FRIEND 020. .. Nicki Galas, Marcia Lewis and Tom Neumann star in the N musical spoof of the Roaring , Twenties held aboard the showboat "Rhododendron" MUMMER'S SECOND PLAY A "SCANDAL" ...wi Mummers salirizc seventeenth century English society in flieir second hit of the year, "Scl1ooIfor Scaridul Who would present a college play on a riverboat? None other than UC's famous Mummers Guild, which carried ol? this imaginative bit of planning in their first hit of the year, 'The Boyfriend? Playgoers found themselves gently rocking to and fro aboard the Rhododendron, moored at the Cin- cinnati public landing, to watch this spoof of the Roaring Twenties, in- stead of in their accustomed seats at Wilson Auditorium. For their second production of the year, the Mummers chose a rollicking satire on the morals and manners of seventeenth century England, "School for Scandal." Dr. Simon and Bob H ornyak stop for I1 pre-game chat. On Saturday, November 2nd, the UC-Dayton football contest featured half-time festivities honoring Dr. Frank Simon, noted band director and composer. Sponsored by the University and the UC Bearcat Band, the annual Band Day transported close to 2000 instrumentalists from 30 high school bands to Nippert Stadium. Massed in a bright array of color across the playing Held, the bands- men played Dr. Simonls best known compositions. A section of the 2000 high school bandsmen on hand. 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By the time March rolled around, a battle-royal was already in the mak- ing for student oflices, with the activities of the political parties OIA and GGG dominating the scene. The actual election was almost anti-climactic, for even though the campaigning was unusually vigorous and electronic voting machines were employed for the lirst time, the level of student par- ticipation was not as high as had been hoped. Ron Allan Ileftj congratulates Don Schuerman for Tom Watkins counts Buy Ad winning the party nomination for Student Council President. Caucus votes at GGG convention, BRING VOTING MACHINES TO CAMPUS Senior Class candidate is buried in paper streamers at mock convention 'ig Faculty members assist at voting machines, used for the first time in this year's student elections. N Q Q cf e- i . uf, ' m 'QI ' I ' K. K v l in , f- 1 HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT T EGM . f I 1" r , 5 r Barb Andrews Barb Chase Jody Bock Ann Brewer Homecoming Queen Jody Winkler SOPHOS QUEEN AND COURT Linda Lutz -7 k T Sophos Queen Carol Juergens JUNIOR PROM QUEEN AND COURT ' x K ol Rathman Carolyn K' b Carol Oliver H l S k til -,,,, in fm: my YM: 5221555 -, NQWEWSEZ .3 M555 ww SMHWM WXWEWJL , aff Ag, an , P Mnfigom Q906ii ? 1 1 1 J I . ,4 .,kk,kk, , . 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LAST FLING BEFORE FINALS-SIGMA SIGMA CARNIVAL On May 18th the UC armory iieldhouse was the scene of colorful booths, carnival bunting, and students contentedly munching on candied apples, as the men of Sigma Sigma, UC,s oldest honorary service group, treated the campus to the annual Sigma Sigma Carnival. This gigantic pre-finals cele- bration found UC males demonstrating their strength with sledge hammer blows on a junk car, while coeds tried their luck at booths featuring games of skill and amusement. An accurate shot is needed to win a prize at this booth. A coed's facial expressions mirror carnival excitement. 1- K f VA gl,1,5gi'k Q . 3:11531-f ' . we ,. -4, L Q., ar- . , uf, F - ,wwf , W 1 ' f '?T'w1,, t"5"'1f", 15 - 'F we ' ,aff " 91:-fi :. f 'iA+,..:, , xg, -,Q-.. -N' -, ,A my-.Sf,: i42faV,fLL- W ff 1" - Sigma Sigma junk car is baflered in roped-off area. flieftj A Sigma Chi emerges aflcr a wet dunking in booth AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY MINUTES Greatly encouraged by the success of previous Folk Fes- tivals, members of UC's International Club presented their fifth annual production to the campus community in the fall quarter. An eighty minute program took the audience to the Far East, Africa, and Europe for folk music and dances. The show's proceeds each year are turned over to a fund giving financial assistance to foreign students attending American Universities. MC introduces a pint-size performer and her parents Lilting melodies ofthe Orient charm the audience ... 41110 P. FYATE BEE YATE QHAN ZA? International performers invite the audience to join a sing along nnale A student executes the graceful movements ofa Far Eastern dance. ., it fe " SQL: ' s ,V Cat Coach Studley works on plans to trip the Redskins. MIAMI GAME POSTPONED The oldest football rivalry West of the Alleghenies, the annual UC-Miami encounter, lost its gay atmosphere this year when the tragic assassination of President Kennedy forced postponement of the game to Thanksgiving Day. On the morning of November 23rd top UC administrators decided to delay playing of the contest, after shocked students had already cancelled parties and a gigantic pep rally on the preceding night. With a major portion of the students home for the holidays, the UC eleven lost a heart- breaking battle to the Redskins by a 21-19 margin. The traditional UC-Miami half-time ceremonies-tapping of new Sigma Sigma members and announcement of the new Band Sponsor-shared a subdued program paying tribute to the late President of the United States. Cheerleaders lead the crowd chanting in this close contest. AFTER PRESIDENT'S ASSASSINATION Black-robed Sigma Sigma's tap new pledge class at half-time fAbove1 UC and Miami lines ready for center snap. fRiglztJ Band Sponsor Beth Vaughan leads half-time program. SYMPHONY AND GOV. WALLACE ALL IN ONE AFTERNOON Although the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra has appeared at UC in the past, the Tuesday afternoon concert on February llth was the first to be given at the one o'clock free hour in order to allow more students to attend. Unfortunately, attempts to evalu- ate student response to the CSO were obviated by the hastily scheduled appearance of Alabama Governor Wallace a short hour and a half after the concert. The circumstances surrounding Wal- lace's appearance precipitated a minor campus crisis, resulting in the formation of a student-faculty speakers' committee to advise the President on speakers desiring use of UC facilities. CSO Conductor Max Rudolf Musicians are intent on orchestral dynamics indicated by Rudolf. An overflow crowd outside the auditorium listens to Wallace speak. s gg Wallace is surrounded by Cincinnati newsmen before students arrive. The Governor fields on-the-spot questions from his student audience. THE END . . A final speech by President Langsam, the commissioning of Army officers, and the awarding of degrees bring four years at UC to fl close. AND THE BEGINNING A record 1,971 UC students received diplomas in the June 1963 commencement exercises at separate programs in the armory field- house. The new graduates, pondering future careers or funher ad- vanced study, heard addresses by two UC alumni, Charles Sawyer, former Secretary of Commerce, and Rear Admiral Edward Kenny, Surgeon General of the US Navy. ,gr MK 11" 'wo eu l 964 GRADUATES CAROLE J. ABEL - BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O. - LHA, SNASCO, SNO, WAA, YWCA, Wesley. JOANN H. ABEL - BS Business Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Chi Epsilon, Tau Kappa Alpha CVice Pres.D, Memorial Dorm tSec.J, SEA CSec.J. ERIC E. ABELL -- BS Mechanical Engineering, St. Bernard, O. - ASME CTreas.J. WILLIAM S. ABERNETHY - BA American History, Wyoming, O. - Basketball, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Metro, Ulex, Phi Alpha Theta, Men's Ad- visory, Cincinnati, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Sig- ma. NANCY J. ABRAT -- BS Advertising Design, Dayton, O. - Delta Phi Delta, Lutheran Foundation. JAMES A. ABSTON - BS Interior Design, Noblesville, Ind. - AID tTreas.J. ALAN F. ACKENHAUSEN - BS Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Tau, ASME, Intramurals. SIMON J. ACKERMAN - BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. NORMAN D. ADAMS - BS Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Triangle, YMCA, OSPE, SAE CSec., Treas., Pres.J. PAUL O. ADAMS - BS Electrical En- gineering, Minerva, O. - IEEE, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi tSec.J. WILLIAM R. ADAMS - BBA Finance, Day- ton, O. - Sigma Phi Epsilon. RONALD ADKINS - BS General Studies, Covington, Ky. SUSAN M. ADLER - BS Medical Technology, Cin- cinnati, O. PHILIP AGOSTINI - BS Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Track, Cross Country, YMCA, ASCE, Theta Chi CRec. Sec., Cor. Sec.J. BARBARA AIN - BS Primary Education, New York, N.Y. - Sigma Delta Tau, Hillel, SRC, K-P Club, Ludlow Hall Uudic. Rep.J. JOAN M. AINSWORTH - BS Nursing, Cleveland, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta. GORDON W. AIR - BS Biology, Ludlow, Ky. - Sigma Nu CPres., Pledge Td.J, Glee Club, Men's Advisory, IFPC, IFC. CAROL L. ALEXANDER - BME Flute, Cincinnati, O. - Student Senate tCor. Sec.J, Sigma Alpha Iota. JAMES M. ALEXANDER - BS Civil Engineering, Middletown, O. - ASCE. NORMA E. ALLEN - BA Psychology, Cincinnati, O. PAUL D. ALLEY - BS Electrical Engineering, Dayton, O. RONALD W. AMEND - BBA Accounting, Coving- ton, Ky. -- Alpha Kappa Psi Nice Pres.J. BARBARA ANDERSON - BS Nursing, Dayton, O. JOHN L. AN- DERSON Jr. - BBA Marketing, Huntington, W. Va. - Delta Tau Delta tTreas., Pres.J. Alpha Kappa Psi CTreas.J, Men's Advisory, Beta Gamma Sigma fChrm.J, ODK. LORA J. ANDERSON - BS Nursing, Norwood, O. - Wesley Foundation, LHA. MARY J. ANDERSON - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. -- Alpha Chi Omega, YWCA, WAA. ALICE C. ANGERT - BA Political Science, Cincinnati, O. - Mummers. HENRY D. ANKERMILLER - BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. - SAM CPres.J. DONALD W. ANSMAN - BS Architecture, Butler, Pa. - Triangle, Co-op Engineer CArt Ed.J. MARILYN J. APPEL - BS Deaf Education, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. Sp. Educ. Club. DONALD T. APPLEMAN - BS Advertising Design, Manlield, O. - Proof Press QProd. Mgr.J, NCA CSec.J. JOYCE A. APPLEMAN - BS Nursing, Deerpark, O. - Band, Wesley Foundation, LHA, SNO. DAVID M. ARGANBRIGHT - BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Delta Theta, Bus. Ad. Tr1b.,.YMCA, SAM. DAVID D. ARNDT - BS Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - AIChE. FRANK C. ARNETT - BA Zoology, Dayton, O. - Pi Kappa Alpha tP1edge Tr., Vice Pres., Pres.D, Menis Advisory. JOYCE 'A.' ARSTING- STALL -- BS Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. -- Kappa Delta Pi. MARY A. ARTHUR -- BA SociologY, Westerville, O. - Alpha Chi Omega CCor. Sec.J, Jr. Advisor, YWCA, Alpha Lambda Delta, WAA, Union Comm., News Rec- ord. FREDERICK D. ASHEAD - BS Chemical Engi- neering, Salem, O. - AIChE, Alpha Chi Sigma, Acacia tSec.J. PAUL E. ASHWORTH - BS General Studies, Cincinnati, O. PAUL D. AUBKE - BS Education, BFA Art, Cincinnati, O. DONALD AUKERMAN - BBA Accounting, Dayton, O. - Alpha Kappa Psi, YMCA. JULIE I. AULT - BS Speech Therapy, Amelia, O. - Chi Omega tPledge Tr.J, Glee Club, Educ. Trib., Wesley Foundation. FRANK L. AVERBECK - BS Electrical Engineering, Covington, Ky. - IEEE. DONNA J. AVERY - BA Math, Cin- cinnati, O. -- YWCA tSoph. Cab.J, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta, Spirit Banquet tCo-Chrm.J, A8cS Trib. tVice Pres.J, Guidon, AWS. THOMAS E. AYLWARD - BBA Accounting, Cin- cinnati. O. - ASCE, Delta Sigma Pi. FRANK BACK- SCHEIDER - Assoc. Science, Batavia, O. RICHARD E. BAKER - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati. O. - Speakers Bureau, Alpha Kappa Psi. JOSEF D. BAKOS - BM Piano, Fowler, O. MARY R. BALLIETT - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. BRENDA L. BALYO - BS Nursing, Trotwood, O. - Wesley Foundation, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Alpha Pi. LAWRENCE H. BAME - BBA Accounting, Toledo. O. - Sigma Alpha Mu, Hillel. THOMAS A. BANDENBURG - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. JOHN BANDOVSKIS - BS Aerospace Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - AIAA. FRANK E. BARKER - JD Law, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Alpha Delta, Student Court, Law Review CProd. Ed.J. MICHAEL S. BARON - BA Psychology, New York, N.Y. - Tennis, Sigma Alpha Mu. DONALD L. BARTH - BS Architecture, Orrville, O. - Alpha Tau Omega, AIA. LUIS E. BARTOL - BS Electrical Engineering, Monte- vido, Uruguay - Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERT O. BAS- TIDE - BBA Accounting, McDonald, Pa. -- Men's Dorm Council tTreas.J. RONALD E. BATTERSON - BS Architecture, Whitehouse, O. - Scarab tSec.J. ED- WARD CB. BAUMAN - BS Chemical Engineering, Cin- cinnati, . HANLIN E. BAVELY - JD Law, Cincinnati, 0. - Young Dems CPres.J, Phi Alpha Delta. FREDERICK R. BAY - BS Electrical Engineering, Marietta, O. - IEEE. EARL J. BAYER - BS Advertising Design, Cin- cinnati, O. NANCY J. BEARINGER - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. N--..., ,fn .-sa. ,H A . . Yrfr 1964 GRADUATES JEROME R. BECHER -- BS Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Newman Club, ASME, Pi Tau Sigma tCor. Sec.J, ASTM. EDWARD F. BECK - BS Secon- dary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Swimming. CON- STANCE A. BECKER - BS Primary Education. Cin- cinnati, O. - Delta Zeta tPres.J, KP Club CSec.J, Jr. Advisors, AWS, Modern Dance Club. JON M. BECKER - BS Electrical Engineering, Falconer, N.Y. - Phi Kap- pa Tau. WALTER BEIERLE - BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. JAMES H. BELL - BS Architecture, Wauwatosa, Wis. - Alpha Tau Omega. JAMES W. BELL - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Epsilon Kap- Pa, Band, Ed. Trib., YMCA, Pi Kappa Alpha. GEORGE G. BEMIS, Jr. MD, Burlington, Ver. - Phi Chi. RONALD L. BENEDICT - BA Political Science, Cin- cinnati, O. - Alpha Tau Omega, Young Dems tPres.J. DONALD BENNETT - BS Electrical Engineering, Midland, Mich. - Alpha Sigma Phi CSec.J, Band, Men's Advisory, Eta Kappa Nu CPres.J, Tau Beta Pi, IEEE. CARL A. BENSON - BS Secondary Education, Cleve- land, O. - Alpha Phi Alpha CPres.J, Intramurals. RAY- MON53 J. BENZINGER, Jr. - BA Assoc. Arts, Cincin- nati, . RAYMOND L. BERGER - BS Interior Design, Detroit, Mich. - Delta Phi Delta, AID tPres.J. CAROL L. BERMAN - BS Speech Therapy, Cincinnati, O. TER- RY L. BERNARD - BS Industrial Design, Dayton, O. - IDI. LLOYD BERNSTEIN - BS Management, Dov- er, N.J. - Pi Lambda Phi tPres., Vice Pres., Treas.J, Union CPres., Treas.J, IFC tTreas.J, Sigma Sigma, Metro tTreas.J, Cincinnati, Sigma Iota Epsilon, Men's Advisor. URSULA M. BERRETZ - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. -- Delta Zeta. MAURICE A. BERTRAM - BS Electri- cal Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Band, Band Council, Kappa Kappa Psi QPres.J, Scabbard 84 Blade. RICH- ARD E. BESS - BS Aerospace Engineering, New Castle, Ind. - AIAA. ROBERT T. BETZ - BS Chem- ical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi CVice-Pres.D, AIChE. JACK M. BEVINGTON - BS Mechanical Engineering, West Lafayette, O. - Alpha Sigma Phi tCor. Sec., Vice- Pres.J, ASME. CONSTANCE E. BEYER - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi, KP Club, SEA. CAROLINE M. BILLING - BA Psychol0gY, Cin- cinnati, O. -- Psi Chi fSec.J. THOMAS J. BINZER - BS Industrial Design, Cincinnati, O. JUDITH A. BISCHOFF - BS Physical and Health Ed- ucation, Cincinnati, O. - WAA CPres., Vice-Pres.J, Educ. Trib. CTreas.J, Arete CVice-Pres., Treas.J, Ivy Chain, Jr. Advisor, YWCA. JUDITH J, BITTMANN - BS Physical 8c Health Education, Cincinnati, O. - Arete, WAA, Penguins tStudent Dir.J. PEGGY A. BIVEN - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, 0. - Jr. Panhell. CTreas.J, Panhell. Rep., Alpha Delta Pi CVice-Pres.J, Penguins, Kappa Delta Pi, SE Club. BONNIE J. BIZ- ZARRI - BS Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Alpha Theta CRec. Sec.J, Union CVice Pres.J, Cincinnatian CAcademics Ed.J, Guidon, Cincinnatus, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Jr. Class Sec., Educ. Trib., YWCA tCab.J, Student Council, Pi Delta Epsilon, Ivy Chain, WAA. JAMES A. BLACK Jr. - BA Political Science, Iron Mountain, Mich. - Pershing Riiles, Scabbard 84 Blade, Rille Team, Wrestling. LARRY A. BLACKMAN - BS Architecture, New Albany, Ind. - AIA, Scarab. JAMES K. BLACKWOOD - BS Architecture, Charleston, W. Va, - AIA, JOHN R. BLADOWSKI - MD Medicine, Irvington, N.J. RONALD R. BLANKENBUEHLER - BA Political Science, Cincinnati, O. JANET L. BLERSCH - BS Sec- ondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta, Cheerleader, YWCA CSoph. Coun.J, Ivy Chain. ROB- ERT J. BLOCK - BS Civil Engineering, Paterson, N.J. - ASTM, ASCE CPres., Vice-Pres.J, Chi Epsilon fSec.D, Tau Beta Pi. RICHARD BLOOD - BS Electrical En- gineering, Cincinnati, O. - Triangle fTres.j. JANET K. BLOUT - BS Physics. Cincinnati, O. - YWCA, WAA, AIP. LAURA BLUMENTHAL - ASSOC. Science, Cincinnati, O. NANCY L. BODEN- HEIMER - BS Interior Design, Indianapolis, Ind. - Alpha Delta Pi, Wesley Foundation, NSID, AID. JAMES C. BODLEY - BBA Marketing, Loveland, O. JOHN W. BOEHM - BS Chemical Engineering, Mid- dletown, O. - Alpha Chi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, AIChE. RAYMOND G. BOGART - BBA Marketing, Indian Hill, O. - Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma. CHAR- LENE M. BOHN - BS Nursing, Dayton, O. TED H. BOIMAN - BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Sailing Club. GWENDOLYN L. BOSCH - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. -K-P Club, Kappa Delta Pi, SEA. BAR- BARA A. BOSTON - BS Nursing, Piqua, O. - Jr. Ad- visor, Glee Club, Wesley Foundation. NSLH Trib., Alpha Alpha Pi. ELIZABETH A. BOWMAN - BS Primary Education, Canton, O. - Kappa Alpha Theta. JOHN M. BOWMAN - BS Chemical Engineering, Dayton, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Eng. Trib., AIChE QVice-Pres., Pres.J. ANNE H. BOYD - BS Secondary Education, Cincin- nati, O. - Educ. Trib., Bus. Educ. Club CSec.J, SEA. DAVID J. BOYD - JD Law, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Delta Phi, Moot Court. JERRY T. BRACKETT - As- soc. Science, Sharonville, O. MARILYN R. BRADLEY - BS Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Union, Spirit Club, Young Dems. THOMAS C. BRANNOCK - BBA Accounting, Day- ton, O. - Sigma Chi, SAM. WANDA J. BRANTLEY - BS Music Education, Lima, O. JOYCE E. BRAUN - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. - Co-Ep Club. RONALD I. BREEDEN - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Baseball. JAMES J. BREHM - BS Accounting, Cincinnati, O. ROBERT C. BREITENBACK - BS General Studies, Medina, O. LARRY A. BRENAN - BS Mechanical Engineering, Eldred, Penn. - Lambda Chi Alpha, ASME, ASTM. MICHAEL K. BRENIZER - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. GENE E. .BRETHAUER - BS Architecture, Seymour, Ind. 7 Triangle. BRUCE J. BRIAN - BA Math, Cin- cinnati, O..- Svvimming. JAMES E. BRILMAYER - BS Industr1al.Des1gn, Tye, N.Y. BEVERLY A. BRISSIE E-liaslsocs Science, Cincinnati, O. - Jr. Advisor, Univ. o . ri . 'L s si. V' A Q gi. . - - ' ,Wim ff 7 ' -s 35" . Rf' r S "'-I Wh' 'v-:sr I 964 GRADUATES CHARLES D. BRITTON - BS Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Band, Pi Kappa Alpha CVice-Pres., Sec.J. GERALD R. BROCKMEYER - BBA Finance, Chi- cago, Ill. -- Phi Delta Theta, Bus. Ad. Trib., Intramurals, Student Council. EVELYN F. BROD - BA Spanish, BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, Hillel. BRYAN D. BROOK - BA Psych0l0gy, Cincinnati, O. - P1 Lambda Phi. NICK M. BROOKHART - BS Civil Engineering, Pi- qua, O. - ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Intramurals. CON- STANCE I. BROOKS - BS Design, BS Art Education, Indianapolis, Ind. - Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi Modern Dance Club. DAVID W. BROUNLEY - MD Medicine, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Kappa Kappa. BEV- ERLY J. BROUSE - BS Primary Education, Cincin- nati, O. - Chi Omega, University Chorus, Glee Club, K-P Club, Educ. Trib., Spirit Club. C. G. BROWN - BS Mechanical Engineering, Hamil- ton, O. - Triangle, Co-Op Engineer CAssoc. Ed.J, SAE fSec.J, ASME. NANCY BROWN - BS Secondary Edu- cation, Cincinnati, O. RONALD L. BRUDER - BA Psychol0gY, Cincinnati, O. RONALD BRUNS - BS Advertising Design, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Theta. RICK BRYAN - BA American History, Cincinnati, O. NANCY R. BRYANT -- BS Primary Education, Cin- cinnati, O. - K-P Club. ROBERT L. BUCKLEY - BBA Accounting, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. SAR- AH J. BUCKLEY - BS Nursing, Oxford, O. - Probasco Hall fVice-Pres.J. STANLEY W. BUDD, Jr. - BBA Marketing, Cincin- nati, O. - Phi Kappa Theta CVice-Pres., Pledge Tr.J, SAM, Intramurals, Newman Club, Spirit Club, Men's Ad- visory. JAMES D. BUESCHER - BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. CLETUS BULACH - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. BULCROFT, JOHN - BS Industrial Design, New York, N. Y. - IDI QPres., Sec.J. MICHAEL J. BURCH - BS Secondary Education, Dayton, Ky. - Baseball, Bus. Ed. Club. MARY K. BURGE - BS Costume Design, Cincinnati, O. - AWS, RICHARD W. BURKE - BFA Radio-Television, Cin- cinnati, O. - Rho Tau Delta tVice-Pres., Sec.J, CCM Jr. Class Treas. ARLENE L. BURKEY -- Assoc. Science, Fairheld, O. RICHARD P. BURKHARDT - MD, Medicine, Dayton, O. - Alpha Kappa Kappa, Pi Kappa Epsilon CTreas.J, SAMA. JAMES P. BURNS - BS Commerce, New- port, Ky. MARILYN L. BURNS - BS Elementary Edu- cation, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta, WAA, Spirit Club, Delta Tau Delta Sweetheart. MINNA BURRICHT- ER - BS Music Education, Homesland, Fla. LOWELL A. BURT - BS Mechanical Engineering, Mt. Gilead, O. - Glee Club. LARRY BURTON - BA Ac- counting, Cincinnati, O. - Band, Kappa Kappa Psi CSec., Vice-Pres.J. CHARLES BUSCH - BA Economics, Rat- tlesnakes Island, O. -- Acacia CSec.J, Spirit Club, Ca- ducea. CAROL L. BUSENER - BS Interior Design, Cincinnati, O. - Zeta Tau Alpha, Delta Phi Delta, AID. YVONNE L. BUSH - BA Psychology, Cincinnati, O. JILL C. BUSHWELL - BBA Secretarial, Cincinnati, O. - Jr. Panhell. CTreas.J, YWCA, Zeta Tau Alpha. PAUL L. BUTT - BBA Accounting, Indianapolis, Ind. - Phi Delta Theta, Bus. Ad. Trib., Men's Advisory, YWCA, Union. BERNARD R. BUTZ - BS Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - IEEE. JERRILYN K. BYERS - BS Primary Education, Cin- cinnati, O. - Zeta Tau Alpha, K-P Club CPres., Vice- Pres.J, AWS, Jr. Advisor, Ivy Chain, YWCA. HELEN H. BYRD - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta, K-P Club fTreas.J. Kappa Delta Pi, Union, AWS, SEA. RONALD G. BYRD - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - BSU CPres.J. ROBERT S. BYRON - MD Medicine, Conneaut, O. - Med. Jr. Class Pres.. JAMES J. CACKOWSKI - BS Secondary Education, Cleveland, O. - Football, Bus. Educ. Club, Phi Delta Theta. MARY J. CALDER - BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta, SNO, AWS, LHA. CAROLE R. CALDWELL -- BS Medical Technology, Highland Heights, Ky. - YWCA, Alpha Lambda Delta, WAA, Delta Delta Delta, Guidon, Ivy Chain, REP CTreas.J. HAROLD L. CALDWELL - BA History, Cincinnati, O. LINDA J. CALKINS - ASS Science, Cincinnati, O. - Univ. Coll. Trib. fSec.J. SANNIE S. CALLAN - BS Nursing, Steubenville, O. - Delta Delta Delta CRec. Sec.J, Penguins, SNO, LHA. LYNNE E. CALVIN - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Alpha Theta CPres.J, Educ. Trib. CSec.J, YWCA CCab.J, Guidon, Jr. Advisor, Arete, WAA, Penguins, Modern Dance Club, Kappa Delta Pi. RICHARD C. CALVIN - BA History, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jr. Class Adv. Coun., Sr. Class Adv. Coun., Men's Advisory, Union, Gymnastic Club, Cincinnatian CAss't Sports Ed.J. IFC. HARVEY K. CAMPBELL - BBA Marketing, Cincin- nati, O. RAY C. CAMPBELL - BBA Marketing, Silver Spring, Md. - Sigma Chi. GEORGIA B. CANEDY - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi, Intravarsity Fellowship. LARRY A. CAPRIOTTI - BS Aerospace Engineering, Bowling Green, O. - AIAA, Tau Beta Pi. DIANE I. CAREY - BFA Art, BS Art Education, Cincinnati, O. -- Trianon fPres.J, Delta Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, YWCA. MARTHA A. CARMON - BS Medical Technology, Cincinnati, O. - Wesley Foundation. CAROL E. CARNEY - BS Secondary Ed- ucation, Cincinnati, O. - SEA, Kappa Delta Pi. FRANK CARR - BS Commerce, Fairfield, O. JACK J. CARR -- BS Biology, Cincinnati. O. SHEILA R. CARROLL - ASSOC. Science, Cincinnati, O. CLAR- ENCE A. CASSIDY - BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Beta Alpha Psi, SAM. RAY A. CASTELLUC- CIO - BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Chi CVice-Pres.J, Ulex. BAIBA - BA English, BS Secondary Edu- CaI10r1.Q1nC1nnat1. O. DONALD L. CHAILLE- BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Beta Alpha Psi. ALBERT A. CHAMBERS - MD Medicine, Wyoming, O. -- Pi Kappa ,Epsilon 'fPres.J. MARTHA J. CHAMBERS - BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - Sociology Club. . ,W J.: . ,aft-Q.-. ' if ., it 1, , ., 1' , ,,f-affzl. H ' '-'L-I I . ,f.-,f...i-'s.a- af- .wr-i.. ..h...-.5..- iii M1 K' SF 'T " gg 259213 2,36 Q , . . ,.,iE,,, , 1964 GRADUATES ROBERT V. CHAPMAN Jr. - BBA Marketing, Cin- cinnati, O. - Mens Advisory, Sigma Chi. BARBARA S. CHASE - Assoc. Science, Medina, O. - AWS. HAK MAN CHENG - BA Geography, Kowloon, Hong Kong - Phi Eta Sigma QTreas.j. RICHARD T. CHILDRESS - BA Psychology, Milford, O. - Pershing Rilles. AMY E. CLARK - BA English, Cincinnati, O. - English Club. CAROLYN L. CLARK - BS Home Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Gamma Delta, Home Ec. Club CVice-Pres.D, WAA, YWCA. DAR- RELL L. CLARK -- BS Electrical Engineering. Davton, O. - Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE. LEROY R. CLARK - BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. CHARLES L. CLARKE - BBA Accounting, Wyoming, O. - Alpha Phi Alpha. SYLVIA E. CLAWSON - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - K-P Club, YWCA. CAROLYN A. CLAY - BS Primary Education, Cin- cinnati, O. - News Record, K-P Club. ALLAN S. CLAY- IRIIAAN -- BA Chemistry, Dayton, O. - Sigma Alpha u. JEANETTE L. CLEARY - BS Speech and Hearing Therapy, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi. PAUL P. CLEARY - BS Bacteriology, Watertown, N.Y. - Lamb- da Chi Alpha, Caducea. JOHN W. CLEVENGER - BS Electrical Engineering, Ferguson, Mo. - Dorm 1Pres.J, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi. IEEE. DONNA K. CLOSTERMAN - BA Psychology, Fort Thomas, Ky. - WAA. BARRY J. CLYDE - BA History, Cincinnati, O. - In- tramurals. JAY E. COBB - BA Economics, Elyria, O. - Glee Club, University Singers, Young Republicans, Pi Delta Phi fTreas.J. TYSON C. COBB -- MD Medi- cine, Huntington, W.Va. - Phi Chi fVice-Pres.J. LEE L. COBURN - BS Architecture, Stone Lake, Wisc. - Triangle, Alpha.Phi Omega, Mummers, IFC, AIA. ALICE L. COHEN - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. JEFFREY R. COHEN - BBA Accounting, Lawrence, N.Y. MILTON A. COHEN - BS Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - AIChE, Pi Lambda Phi CSec.J. RICH- ARD T. COHEN - BS Architecture, Columbus, O. - Mens Advisory, Pi Lambda Phi. ROBERT M. COHEN - BBA Accounting, Jamaica, N.Y. MARGARET A. COLBURN - BS Secondary Ed- ucation, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi, YWCA, WAA, S-E Club, Kappa Alpha Theta. NORMAN J. CO- LETTI - BS Mechanical Engineering, Portville, N.Y. - Pi Tau Sigma, ASME. GEORGE J. COLLIER - BS Aero Space Engineering, Cuyahoga, Falls, O. - Band, Eng. Trib., AIAA fTreas.J. FRANK E. CONBOY - BS Industrial Design, Cincin- nati, O. - Beta Theta Pi, IDI, Arnold Air Society. JEANNINE CONLEY - BM Voice, BS Education, Van Lear, Ky. - Delta Omicron CSec.J. VIRGINIA L. CONLEY - BS Secondary Education, Milford, O. - Kappa Delta Pi, SEA. MARIA CONTAXES - BS Medical Technology, Cincinnati, O. SANDRA L. CONWAY - BS Math, Ft. Thomas, Ky. - WAA. ANN E. COOK - BS Nursing, East Cleveland, O. - YWCA, NSLH Trib., Jr. Advisor, AWS, Res. Hall Council. LHA CVice Pres., Pres.J, SNO CSec.D. JAMES L. COOK - BA Psychology, Winston-Salem, N.C. DON COOPER - BA Sociology, Yonkers, N.Y. - Pi Lambda Phi, Sociology Club CVice Pres.J. RONALD T. COPE - BA Psychology, Ft. Thomas, Ky. - Phi Eta Sigma. NANCY COPLAN - BA French, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Delta Tau CVice Pres.. Rec. Sec.J, Bearkittens. RONALD I. COSLER f BS Me- chanical Engineering, Dayton, O. - Sigma Alpha Ep- silon. Pi Tau Sigma CVice Pres.J, ASTM. MARY K. COTTERAL - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha, Spirit Club, K-P Club. IRVIN J. COTTON - BS Chemical Engineering. Cin- cinnati, O. - AIChE. PEGGY S. COUCH - BS Sec- ondary Education, Cincinnati, O. JAMES M. COU- ZINS - BS Business Education, Cincinnati, O. - Bus. Ed. Club. JAMES P. COVERT - BS Advertising De- sign, Cincinnati, O. CAROLE A. COX - BS, Medical Technology, Cin- cinnati. O. - Alpha Gamma Delta, Jr. Panhell fSec.J, Panhell CTreas.j, Jr. Advisor. DANIEL R. COX - BS Industrial Management. Springfield, O. - Alpha Sigma Phi, IFC, ASCE fSec.J. JANET C. CRAWFORD - BS Math. Cincinnati. O. MARSHALL H. CRAWFORD - BBA Marketing, Canton, O. WILLIAM A. CRAWFORD - BS Civil Engineering, Deer Park, O. - ASCE, Westminster Foundation. TER- RY A. CROMWELL - MD, Medicine, Danville, Ill. - Nu Sigma Nu, Pi Kappa Epsilon. ROBERT W. CROW - MD, Medicine. Warren, O. - Student Council, Phi Delta Epsilon. MICHAEL F. CROWE - BA American History, Cincinnati, O. - Young Dems, Newman Club, SRC CChrm.J. SUSAN J. CRUMMEY - BA Political Science, Cin- cinnati, O. - News Record CTheater Ed.l. JUDY' A. CRUMMIE - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - Union Comm. WALTER G. CRUSE - BS Industrial Man- agement, Cincinnati, O. BETSY CUNIX - BS Nursing, Dayton. O. - Hillel, LHA, NH Trib. GERALD W. CUNNINGHAM - BA Math. Cincinnati, O. - Baseball. JACK E. CUNNINGHAM - BA Math, Cincinnati, O, DEAN E. CURL - JD Law, Cardinton, O. - Legal Aid Society, Stud. Bar Assn. LARRY A. CURLESS - BS Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - ASME, ASTM. EDWARD N. CURRIN, Jr. - BBA Finance, Park Hills, Ky. - Alpha Phi Omega, SAM. JAMES C. CURRY - BS Physical Education. Altoona, Penn. - Football. MARY Y. CURTIS - BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - AWS. Sociology Club, Wesley Found., WEEP. ROBERT E. CURTSINGER - BS Electrical Engineering, Cin- cinnati, O. - Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. llfhs. 12" 'Sn 'IR 5' 'sq- vw 1964 GRADUATES CAROL J. CUTLER - BA English, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Delta Pi, SRC, Mummers, YWCA. JOHN C. CUTSHALL - BBA Business Administration, Norwood, O. - Beta Alpha Psi. WILLIAM M. DALNESS - BS GeologY, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Tau Omega tP1edge Tr.J, Scabbard and Blade, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. JUDITH E. DAHMANN - BS, BA Secondary Edu- cation, Cincinnati, O. - Trianon. CAROLE DANBURY - BBA Business Administra- tion, Rising Sun, Ind. - Gamma Phi Beta, Probasco Dorm. KPres.J. ROBERT A. DAVIDSON - BS Zoolo- gy, Cincinnati, O. -- Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa Delta Pi tTreas.D, SEA CVice-Pres.J, IFC, Men's Advisory, Band. ALLEN M. DAVIS - BBA Business Administra- tion, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Beta Gam- ma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Men's Advisory, JOE DAVIS I BS Secondary Education, McKees Port, Penn. - Foot- all. JAMES R. DEAM - BS Engineering, Springfield, O. - Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Wesley Foundation. WALTER E. DEATON -- BA Math, Dayton, O. DAVID N. DeBORD - BBA Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Beta Gamma Sigma. DI- ANE M. DECKEL - BS Fashion Design, Louisville, Ky. -- Delta Phi Delta. PATRICK G. DECKER - BS Industrial Management, Cincinnati, O. -- Cheerleader, Sigma Phi Epsilon. RICH- ARD A. DEFFENBAUGH -- BS Architecture, Wooster, O. KAREN de L'HORBE - BS Nursing, Cin- cinnati, O. - Lutheran Foundation, SRC, N8LH Trib. THOMAS E. DELLER - BS Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Theta. JERRY A. DENGES - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Iota Epsilon. ANDREW B. DENNISON - JD LAW, Newark, O. - Phi Alpha Delta, Stud. Bar Assn. CSec.l, Honor Council, Moot Court, Student Court. MICHAEL P. DENNISON - BS Music, Mas- sillon, O. - Phi Mu Alpha fPledge Tr.J Spirit Club, Sr. Class Adv. Council. DENNIS M. DEVINE - BS Busi- ness Education, Cincinnati, O. - Bus. Educ. Club. JOHN B. DEYE - BS Civil Engineering, Covington, Ky. - Triangle, ASCE, Co-op Engineer CMgr.D Eng. Trib. tTreas., Pres.J Intramurals. DEVON W. DEY- HLE - BBA Accounting, Milford, O. - Acacia CTreas.J, IFC. WILLIAM E. DICKINSON - BM Piano, BS Mu- sic Education, Chillicothe, O. - IEEE, Men's Advisory. MARY L. DIERSING - BBA Secretarial, Cincinnati, O. - Ivy Chain, News Record CBus. Mgr.J, Bd. Publica- Lions, Pi Delta Epsilon CPres.J, UCCF CSec.D. GARY L. DILLEY - BS Electrical Engineering, Chil- licothe, O. - IEEE, Men's Advisory. DAVID R. DISER - BBA Accounting, Youngstown, O. CRISTEL M. DITTRICH - BS Nursing, Ft. Thomas, Ky. - Alpha Gamma Delta fTreas.J, SNO, YWCA, Alpha Alpha Pi. LOCKWOOD DOENCH JR., - BBA Finance, Cin- cinnati, O. - IFPC, Bus. Ad. Trib., Men's Advisory, Beta Theta Pi. LINDA L. DOEPKE - BA Mathematics, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Zeta, Rec QSec.J, YWCA. ROBERT P. DOERFLEIN - BS Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - IEEE. GERALD B. DOLAN - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. JOY DOMER -- BS Nursing, Springfield O. - Glee Club, Wesley Foundation, SNO, UCCF LHA, Alpha Alpha Pi. 1 1 NORBERT J. DORAN - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Intramurals. MICHAEL C. DOYLE - BBA Ac- counting, Cincinnati, O. - Lambda Chi Alpha tVice- Pres., Pres.J, YMCA tTreas.J, Sophos, Men's Advisory. ELAINE R. DREIDAME - BS Physical Education, Cincinnati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha, WAA tVice-Pres.J, Arete, Kappa Delta Pi. THOMAS M. DRISCOLL - BS Chemical Engineering, Hinsdale, Ill. - Phi Delta Theta, Pi Delta Epsilon, Student Council, Sr. Class Treas. BETSY H. DRUFFEL - BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - Chi Omega. S. ALLAN DUBOW - BBA Account- ing, Flushing, N.Y. - Men's Dorm tSec.J, Hillel. WIL- LIAM J. DUCHEK - BS Architecture, Middletown, Ind. - AIA tPres.J, Scarab, Delta Phi Delta. WILLIAM W..DUEBBER - BS Advertising Design, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Tau Omega. DIANA L. DUNBAR - BA Classics, BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA. Kappa Delta Pi, SEA. CAROL S. DUNHAM - BS Nursing, Cincinnati. O. - Jr. Advisor. DONNA J. DUNIGAN - BS Ele- mentary Education, St. Bernard, Q. - Westminster Foundation. PAUL M. DUNKLE - BS Voice, Mc- Arthur, O. - CCM Chorus, Glee Club, University Singers, Chorale. GORDON W. DUNN -- BS Chemical Engineering, Salem, O. JOHN C. DURITSCH - BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. - SAM. TERRY L. DWELLY - As- soc. Science, Hamersville, O. CAROL J. EASTON -- BBA Secretarial, Milford, O. - Delta Zeta. PATRICIA J. EBEL - BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O. - N8LH Trib tTreas., Vice-Pres., Presj, Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, Jr. Advisor. THOMAS D. EDWARDS - BS Electrical Engineering, Kirkwood, Mo. - IEEE. WILLIAM V. EDWARDS - BBA Accounting, Lake- wood, O. - Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Sigma Chi, Arnold Air Society, Porpoise. JUDITH A. EGBERT - BS Pharmacy, Portsmouth, O. -- Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Alpha Theta, Rho Chi, Iota Sigma Pi. CAROLYN S. EHA -- BS Nursing, Fort Thomas, Ky. - Kappa Alpha Theta, LHA Senate. ANN E. EHINGER - BS Nursing, Fort'Wayne,, Ind. - SNO tPres.J, LHA CBd.J, N8cH Sr. Class Sec. JOHN R. EHRMIN - BS Me- chanical Engineering, Toledo, O. - Delta Tau Delta, Band. THOMAS L. EICHHORN - BS Marketing, Cin- cinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Theta CRec. Sec.J. ROD E. EIGENBERGER - BA Geography, Cincin- nati, O. - Alpha Epsilon Phi. PATRICIA A. ELDER - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - KP Club tTreas.J, Alpha Kappa Alpha tVice-Pres., Rec. Sec.J, Al- pha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Ivy Chain, Jr. Ad- visor. WILLIAM R. ELLER - BBA Finance, Cincin- nati, O. - Lambda Chi Alpha tTreas.D, IFC. CARL W. ELLIOTT - BS Architecture, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Chi, Scarab, Tau Sigma. CHARLES C. ELLSWORTH - BBA Finance, Cincin- nati, O. - Delta Sigma Pi tChrm.J, Phi Kappa Sigma, SAM. DONALD F. ELMORE - BS Mechanical En- gineering, Dayton, O. - Sigma Phi Epsilon, ASME. LAWRENCE F. ELSASSER - BS Secondary Educa- tion, Cincinnati, O. - Basketball, Baseball. LAW- RENCE W. EMARK Jr. - BS Electrical Engineering, Covington, Ky. - Newman Club, IEEE. .ier A ' . fi if" ---.,' t,..z.,,m,jz.gM fn Q, 9-,,a.s.a fa ,gm 4 ,ge ir ,ter W s. ,K it .Wa , af I X 52 ,Q 4 . . Z,'Wf . ,. , I . in 4' i-E' X P .8 . ig r i ,Q 'U'- fff f avg. ww- . g. we J Biff ff ei as a - .',.f-Lf H gigluwf 5 I f , ' l Alu: i.i:Q'l: i : v:wE:Ivvy l 964 GRADUATES JAMES F. EMERSON - BA Economics, Cincinnati, O. GERTRUDE A. ENDERLE - Assoc. Science, Cin- cinnati, O. - Newman Club. JOHN F. ENGEL - BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. - Intramurals, Chemistry Club. ROBERT M. ENGLE, Jr. - BS Aerospace Engi- neering, Cincinnati, O. - AIAA CTreas.J. TOMMY E. ENOCH - BA Psychology, Pardersburg, W. Va. - Acacia CPres.D, IFC. Men's Advisory. CARL EPPICH - BS Mechanical Engineering, Cleveland, O. ROBERT EPSTEIN - BS Pharmacy, Cincinnati, O. KATHY L. ERICKSON - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. JUDY A. ERTEL 7 BA English, Cincinnati, O. - Al- pha Delta P1 fVlCC-PfCS.D, REP. ELISABETH A. EVANS -BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O. LAWRENCE L. FABBRO - BS Industrial Design, Hibbing, Minn. - Phi Kappa Theta CRec. Sec,J, IDI, Glee Club, Proof Press CBus. Mgr.J. JAMES P. FADDEN - BS Electrical En- gineering, Waverly, O. - Newman Club, IEEE. FRANK FAHRINGER - BFA Radio-Television Edu- cation, Phillipsburg, N.Y. - Rho Tau Delta, CCM Class Pres., Student Senate. DONALD L. FALES - BS Ad- vertising Design, Cincinnati, O. DAVID E. FANCHER - BS Mechanical Engineering, Buffalo, N.Y. - ASME. BENJAMIN G. FARR - BA Math, Cincinnati, O. ROBERT M. FARR - BS Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Lambda Chi Alpha, Swimming, Porpoise. MARCIA E. FARREN - BS Nursing, Dayton, O. - Alpha Delta Pi, LHA, SNO, Angel Flight. JERRY E. FAUL - BS Physical Education, Pleasant Plain, O. KRISTIN FEL- LABAUM - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kap- pa Gamma, Spirit Banquet. JANE FELSON -- BA English, Cincinnati, O. SERITA J. FELTER - BS Secondary Education, BM Voice, St. Marys, W.Va. - Madrigal, CCM Women's Council. ROBERT J. FELTZ - BS Industrial Management, Cin- cinnati, O. - SAM fTreas.J, Sigma Phi Epsilon fChap. House Mgr., Pledge Tr.D, Delta Sigma Pi, YMCA. KAY FERGUSON - BBA Secretarial, Cincinnati, O. - Cin- cinnatus CSec.J, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Panhell, Pi Chi Epsilon fPres.J, Ivy Chain. HARRY J. FERMANN - BBA Accounting, Cincin- nati, O. - Sailing Club, Union. JANICE E. FERNER - BFA Art, BS Secondary Education, Alliance, O. MICHAEL J. FERRIS - BS Mechanical Engineering, Bridgeville, Penn. - ASME, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi CRec. Sec.J. RICHARD A. FERRY - BS Chemical Engineering, Deer Park, O. DAVID A. FIEBIG - BS Mechanical Engineering, Cin- cinnati, O. - Tau Beta Pi. JOSEPH J. FINK - BS Ad- vertising Design, Lockland, O. DONALD J . FISCHER - BBA Economics, Cincinnati, O. WILLIAM M. FISCH- ER,Jr. - BS Electrical Engineering, Dayton, O. - Phi Kappa Tau. ALLEN R. FISGUS - BS BacteriolOgy, Cincinnati, O. - YMCA, Sophos CVice Pres.J, Soph Class Treas., Cin- cinnatus lTreas.D, Cheerleader, Metro, Sigma Phi Ep- silon CPres.J, IFC. CHARLES A. FISH - BS Chem- istry, Cincinnati, O. - Caducea, Chem. Club, Pi Lamb- da Upsilon. JOHN FITTS - BS Industrial Management, Cincinnati, O. SCOTT A. FITZGERALD - BS Archi- tecture, Cassopolis, Mich. - Theta Chi, AIA CTreas.J. EUGENE L. FLEEMAN - BS Aerospace Engineer- ing, Lucasville. O. -- AIAA, Bap. Stud. Fell., Eng, Trib. DAVID O. FLECK - BS Chemical Engineering, Cin- cinnati, O. - AIChE. CHARLES FLYNN - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. PAULETTE C. FOERTSCH - BS Math, BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA, Educ. Trib., Chi Omega, Ivy Chain. BARRY L. FOGWELL - BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O. ALICE J. FOLKERTH - BBA Marketing, Park Hills, Ky. - Alpha Chi Omega, Bus. Ad. Trib., Jr. Advisor, Pi Chi Epsilon. WAYNE B. FORD - BS Civil Engi- neering, Glen Este, O. - ASCE, ASTM. DONALD F. FORRESTER - BS Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - AICPA, OSCA. CARTER M. FORTUNE - BBA Management, Cin- cinnati, O. BRYON R. FOUCHT - BM Trombone, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Mu Alpha. VIRGINIA I. FOUTS - BS Nursing, Gnadenhutten, O. - Alpha Lambda Del- ta. Wesley Found., Alpha Alpha Pi CPres.J, Glee Club, NH Soph Class Treas. CAROLYN G. FOX - BS Nurs- ing, Battle Creek, Mich. - LHA, AWS, NH Trib. KATHLEEN L. FOX - BS Nursing, Waynesville. - Glee Club, KATHLEEN M. FOX - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - Co-ep Club. GEORGE E. FRANKLIN - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - Wesley Found. ROBERT L. FRANUS - BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. - SAM. A. FRANZ - BS Primar Education, Cincin- Newman Club, KP Clubil PHILIP I. FRANZ - BS Architecture, Yonkers, NY - Acacia, AIA, THU Sigma CPres.D. LEE E. FREEDMAN - BBA Account- ing, Cincinnati, O. - News Record. WILLIAM L. FREEMAN - BS Design, Portland, Ind.. - Alpha Tau Omega tVice Pres. Pledge Tr.J DAA Trib. CPres., Vice Pres., Treas.J, IFC. DALE E. FRENCH - MD, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Kappa Kappa. KENNETH A. FREY -- BA Eco- nomics, Cincinnati, O. - Arnold Air Society. VIRGINIA A. FRIEDRICHS - BS Primary Education, Cincin- nati, O. - KP Club, Lutheran Found., YWCA. RALPH W. FROSS - BS Chemistry, Willowick, O. -- Phi Eta Sigma. C. MALCOLM FRYE - Assoc. Science, Hamilton, O. DENNIS L. FULK - BBA Marketing, Indianapolis, Ind. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi, Men's Advisory. MICHAEL A. FULTON -- BS Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Chi. JOHN R. FUNKE - BBA Accounting, South Fort Mitchell, Ky. - SAM CSec.J. ,nf . 'S f ,.. 'v gpm af 2 iftasgieafeaiatttfivgisggttag ,fit .ix - - .mv wa:.,sw7.1 .5 'W Q- Q K S 5 wit." . ff sf 1 964 GRADUATES NORMAN M. GALINSKY - BS Chemical Engineering, Charleston, W.Va. - AIChE, Sigma Alpha Mu. NICKI L. GALLAS - BS Theatre Arts, Highland Heights, Ky. - Cheerleader, Mummers. CAROL A. GALLEN- STEIN -- BS Home Economics Education, Cincinnati, O. -- Theta Phi Alpha CVice-Pres.J, Omicron Nu tTreas., Pres.J, Angel Flight, Home Ec. Trib., Home Ec Club, House Pres. Coun. JANIS L. GANNAWAY - BS Music Ed., Norwood, O. - Glee Club, CCM Chorus. REBEKKA J. GANTT - BFA Radio-Television, Bel- mont, N.C. - Deta Omicron. JOAN F. GARCIA - BS Music Ed., BM Piano, Poland, O. - Mu Phi Epsilon tVice-Pres., Treas.J, Kappa Delta Pi, CCM Jr. Class Sec. CCM Student Senate. NANCY E. GARD - BM Church Music, Cincinnati, O. RICHARD C. GARVE- RICH - BBA Marketing, Shiremanstown, Penn. - Al- pha Tau Omega. WALTER E. GASSER -- MD Medicine, Cincinnati, O. JOHN A. GASTRIGHT - BA Psychology, Newport, Ky. WILLIAM T. GATES - BS Electrical Engineering, Trotwood, O. -- Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE. JAN L. GATROTST - Assoc. Science, Osmos, Mich. JANET G. GAUSMANN - BA French, BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma tVice Pres.J, Jr. Advisor, Pi Delta Phi CVice Pres., Sec.J, Modern Dance Club tPres.J. HELEN J. GAVIN - BM Flute, Liberty, Ind. - Mu Phi Epsilon, Women's Coun- cil tTreas.J, Band, CCM Student Senate tRec. Sec., Pres.J. CHARLES S. GAYLE -- BFA Radio TV. Cin- cinnati, O. - WFIB tProd. Mgr.J. JILL L. GAYNOR - BS Advertising Design, Albany, Ind. - Wesley Found., Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Omicron Epsilon, Delta Phi Delta, Proof Press. DON E. GEBHART - MD, Cincinnati, Ohio. - Nu Sigma Nu, Pi Kappa Epsilon. ANDREW A. GEE - BBA Accounting, New Richmond, O. BARBARA J. GEGNER - BS Primary Education, Xenia, O. - SE CLUB, WAA. PETER N. GEHRKE - BS Commerce, Cincin- nati, O. - Delta Sigma Pi. PATRICIA A. GEIGER - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Trianon CTreas.J. RUTH K. GEIGER - BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA, Dance Club, Chi Omega, AWS, WAA. DONALD E. GEIS - BS Architecture, Zelienople, Penn. - Triangle, Stud. Coun., Co-op Engineer, Scarab, AIA, DAA Trib. JAMES D. GENIS -- BS Psychology, Cincinnati, O. ROBERTA S. GERARD - BS Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA, AWS. TONY M. GERMANI - BS Zoology, Youngstown, O. - Sigma Phi Epsilon. DONALD E. GESSAMAN - BS Industrial Manage- ment, Dayton, O. - Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Iota Epsilon CVice Pres.J, SAM. WILLIAM F. GETGEY - BS Industrial Design, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Chi. HARRIET L. GETTLEMAN - BS Primary Educa- tion, Cincinnati, O. - KP Club, Hillel. BETTY L. GIB- SON - BS Art Education, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Phi Delta. PAUL J . GIGLEY - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Band QDrum Majorl, Theta Chi, Home- coming CChrm.D, Men's Advisory, Kappa Kappa Psi. Cin- cinnatian CExchg. Edb. CLYDE L. GILES - BA Political Science, Cincinnati, O. GAYLE GILLETTE - BS Elementary Education, Ter- race Park, O. - Chi Omega, Bearkittens, Mummers. LIN- DA GILLUM - BM Voice. Alexandria. Va. SUSAN- NA C. GINOCCHIO -- BA English, BS Education, Cin- cinnati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi, Spirit Club, S.E.A., Cincinnatian, W.U.S. RICHARD W. GINTER - BBA, Newport, Ky. SUE A. GITTINGER - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - Y.W.C.A. JUDY GITZINGER - BFA, BS Second- ary Education, Dayton. O. - Chi Omega. W.A.A., House Pres. Coun. DONNA M. GLASS - Assoc. Sci- ence, Ft. Thomas, Ky. - Y.W.C.A. TERRY L. GLASS - BS Electrical Engineering, Springfield, O. - Y.M.C.A., I.E.E.E., Theta Chi. LINDA L. GLASSMAN - BS Physical Education, Cin- cinnati, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Tau, Arete, W.A.A.. Penguins. Educ. Trib. tCor. Sec., Vice Pres.. Pres.J. Y.W.C.A., Hillel, Jr. Ad..A.W.S., Guidon, Orientation Bd tSec. Treas.J. JACK W. GLENSMAN - BS Elementary, Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Epsilon Kappa CVice Pres., Pres.J. DAVID A. GLICK - BBA Marketing, Accounting, Huntington, W.Va. - Pi Lambda Phi tVice Pres.J, Hillel. JEAN A. GLOYSTEIN - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. BARBARA A. GOCKEL - BS Primary Education. Cincinnati. O. - K-P Club. DONN S. GOEBEL - BS Commerce. Cincinnati. O. MARY K. GOERTEMILLER - BS Medical Technology, Cincinnati. O. - Alpha Chi Omega. Union. Y.W.C.A.. W.A.A.. Student Directory CEditorl. Bd. of Publications. Jr. Adviser. SRC, Pi Delta Epsilon. Mortar Bd.. AWS Ivy Chain. GARY M. GOLD- BERG - BA Sociology. Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu. IFPC. JERRALD R. GOLDMAN -- MD, San Francisco, Cal. - Pi Kappa Espilon CSec., Vice Pres.J. Phi Delta Epsilon tPres.J. JOHN N. GOLDMAN - MD, Cincinnati, O. - Stud. Coun., Pi Kappa Epsilon, Soph Med. Class Sec. ROSALYN A. GOOD - BFA, BS Secondary Educa- tion, Knoxville, Tenn. - Sigma Delta Tau, Delta Phi Delta, Hillel. ROSALIND L. GOOD - BA Spanish, BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Kappa Al- pha. MICHAEL I. GOOD - MD, Beverly Hills, Cal. - Phi Delta Epsilon QVice Pres.J. ROBERT A. GOODMAN - BA German, Great Neck, NY. - Phi Eta Sigma, Hil- lel tVice Pres.J, Archery Club. JAMES E. GOODWIN - Assoc. Commerce, Cincinnati, O. JANET E. GOR- - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - KP u . BARBARA K. GOTTER - BS Nursing, Waynesville, O. - NH Trib., Glee Club, Angel Flight, Ivy Chain, LHA. JOHN D. GRAFTON - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Sigma tPres.J. Metro, Stud. Coun., Cincin- natus. IFC, Sophos, Soph Class Pres., Lambda Chi Al- pha tVice Pres.J. SUSAN G. GRALLER - BS Pri- mary Education, Cincinnati, O. BONITA S. GRAMANN - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Gamma Delta. RONALD G. GRAMMEL - BS Electrical Engineer- ing, Hamilton, O. - Delta Tau Delta, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Men's Advisory. JEANNETTE E. GREEB - BS Bacteriology, Cincinnati. O. -- Alpha Lambda Delta, Iota Sigma Pi. SHELDON GREEN- FIELD - MD, Cincinnati, O. ROBERT H. GREEN- MAN - BBA Accounting. North East, Penn. VM' 'lx-Y ,- W L Fx au' is 1 , l ,.,,...sa:.,.M '. . -W 1 964 GRADUATES ALAN J. GREENWALD - MD Medicine, Cleveland, O. - PATRICIA A. GREER - BS Secondary Educa- tion, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta, SEA, Kap- pa Delta Pi, Bus. Educ. Club. ROGER F. GREIN - BBA Finance, Lockland, O. PAUL M. GRIBBELL - BS Metallurgical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - ASM. LARRY M. GRIDER - BBA Marketing, Bronx, N.Y. JOHN R. GRIER - BS Architecture, Mariemont, Ohio -- Theta Chi, DAA Trib, AIA. PIERRE A. GRIE- SELHUBER - BBA Marketing, Hamilton, O. - SAM. JEROME A. GRIESSMANN - BBA Finance, Cincin- nati, O. - Sailing Club CVice-Pres.J. GARY L. GRIFFIN - BS Advertising Design, Lathrup Village, Mich. - Delta Phi Delta. MARY B. GRIFFITH - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - KP. ROB- ERT B. GRIFFITH - MD Medicine, Hillsboro, O. DOUGLAS K. GRINEFF - BS Industrial Design, Bing- hamton, N.Y. - IDI. RONALD GRINKER -- JD Law, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Alpha Delta. STEPHEN E. GROBAN - BS Zoology, Newark, Ohio. - Sigma Alpha Mu, A8LS Trib. LOUIS H. GROEN - BA American History, Cincinnati, O. - Newman Club. MARLANDA A. GROEN -- BA Psy- chology, Cincinnati, O. - Mummers, WAA, YWCA, Kappa Alpha Theta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Jr. Advisor. ANTHONY M. GRYBOWSKI - BBA Accounting, Shenandoah, Penn. -- Men's Advisory. ROGER J. GUILE - BS Aerospace Engineering, Canandaigua N.Y. - AIAA CChrmJ. SHIRLEY A. GUMENICK - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Lamb- da Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, AWS, SEA, Ivy Chain, Jr. Advisors, Angel Flight Educ. Trib. Hillel. MARY- ANNE GUYETT - BS Nursing, Yonkers, N.Y. - Alpha Gamma Delta, Mummers, LHA. SANDRA L. GYURAS - BS Education, BM Voice, Tiffin, O. - Sigma Alpha Iota CSec.J, University Sing- ers, Glee Club. JUDITH C. HAAG - BS Primary Edu- cation, Cincinnati, O. - KP Club, YWCA. LLOYD A. HAAS - BS Chemistry, Shore Rd. N.Y. -- Tennis, Hillel, THOMAS L. HABEGGER - BBA Marketing, Cin- cinnag, O. -- Phi Kappa Theta, Spirit Club, Intramurals CMgr. . GAIL E. HAFER -- Assoc. Science Home Ec., Cincin- nati, O. MARY C. HAIS - BA. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. - Spirit Club. CAROL ANN HALL - BS Ele- mentary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma. CARL HALLIK - BS Electrical Engineering, Winter Haven, Fla. - Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, IEEE. WILLIAM W. HAMMAN - BBA Finance, Cincinnati, O. - CAP, Men's Advisory, Student Council, IFC, Bus. Ad. Trib., Sigma Chi CTreas., Pledge Tr., Pres.D. CYN- THIA A. HAMMAN -- BA Psychology, Cincinnati, O. - Chi Omega, WAA, YWCA. LYNN HAMMOND - BS Medical Technol0gY, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma CPledge Tr.J, Ivy Chain, WAA. ROBERT E. HAMPEL - BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Kappa Psi CPres.J, Beta Alpha Psi. JAMES M. HANDLY - BBA Accounting, Springfield, Ver. JAMES D. HANGER - BS Chemical Engineer- ing, Wooster, O. - AIChE tTreas.J, Mummers. MI- CHAEL O. HARD - BS Civil Engineering, Evans- ville, Ind. - Sigma Phi Epsilon tSec.J, Eng. Trib., Scab- bard and Blade, JOSEPH L. HARLACKER - BBA Economics, York, Penn. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon CChap.J. HELEN E. HARMAN - BS Education, BFA Art, Cin- cinnati, O. - Alpha Delta Pi. ADOLPH HARRIS - BS Aerospace Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - AIAA. ADELE J. HARRISON - BS Education. BFA Art, Sandusky, O. - Hillel CVice Pres.J, Huber Hall tVice Pres.J, Sigma Delta Tau CCorr. Sec.J. SUSAN E. HAR- RISON - BA Psychology, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Alpha Theta. SHARON HART - BA History, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA, Alpha Chi Omega, BSF. JAMES E. HARTLEY - BS Chemical Engineering, Nitro. W. Va. - AIChE, Baseball. BARBARA S. HARTMAN - BS Home Economics, Cincinnati, O. - H.Ec. Club, WAA, Mum- mers. THOMAS F. HARVEY - JD Law, Cincinnati, O. MARK E. HASELWOOD - BS Industrial Design, Nor- wood, O. JOHN R. HASEMEIER - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O, JOHN D. HASKINS - BS Secondary Ed- ucation, Cincinnati, O. KRISTEN P. HASZ - BS Zool- ogy, Cincinnati, O. -- Glee Club, Bridge Club, Alpha Lambda Delta. ESTHER R. HATTENBACH - BS Home Economics, Cincinnati, O. - H.Ec. Club, Hillel tTreas.J. CAROL HATTER - BS Physical Education, Cincinnati, O. - Arete tSec.J, WAA, KEN R. HAUPT - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Football, Baseball, Phi Epsilon Kappa. DENNIS L. HAVLIN - BBA Manage- ment, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu. MYRON A. HAYS - MD Medicine, Louisville, Ky. KATHRYN E. HAYSLIP - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. -- Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Guidon. Jr. Advisors, Cincinnatus, Angel Flight, Kappa Delta CPres.J. LINDA L. HECKMAN - Assoc. Sci- ence, Minster, O. JUDITH L. HEFFNER - BS Ele- mentary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta, Cheerleader. STELLA L. HEGERICH - BS Primary Education, Cin- cinnati, O. DANIEL E. HEIDELMAN - BA Psychol- ogy, Ft. Thomas, Ky. - Sigma Phi Epsilon tSec.J. SHIR- LEY F. HEIDENREICH - BS Evening College, Nor- wood, O. - AI Club CSec.l. SUSAN J. HEIL -- BA English, Terrace Park, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma, News Record tSoc. Ed.J, Univ. Sing Chrm., Cincinnatus, Pi Delta Epsilon. HELEN K. HEINEMAN - BS Speech and Hearing Therapy. Cincinnati, O. - WAA, Spirit Club, Zeta Tau Alpha. STANLEY E. HEINFELD - BS Mechanical Engineering, Springfield, O. - Theta Chi, ASME, ASTM. CAROLE S. HEINLEIN - BA Math, BS Educa- tion, Cincinnati, O. -- NANCY R. HEISEL - BA Botany, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Chi Omega CRec. Sec.J, YWCA tSec., Vice Pres.J, Alpha Lambda Delta, CTreas.J, Jr. Advisor, AWS, WAA, Guidon, Mortar Board. 6' E 5-'F fggz? - --M... .ff- N ,, aa g y? gy m S is, " .gg f . t h '64 ' eifswsvwagf'-wa . . A N2 Eg .: I 1 964 GRADUATES CAROL A. HELLE - BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O. LINA C. HELLE - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - Glee Club. LARRY H. HELSCHER -- BS Biology, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Phi Epsilon. PAUL W. HEM- KER - BS Chemical Engineering, Dayton, O. - Tri- angle QVice Pres., Treas.D, Student Council, Eng. Trib., Profile CBus. Mgr.D, Co-op Engineer, SAE tTreas.J, OSPE QSec.J, AIChE, Alpha Chi Sigma, Mens Advisory, YMCA, IFC. KARL H. HEMPEL - MD Medicine, Euclid, O. PAUL M. HENRY - BS Mechanical Engineering, Hamilton, O. -- Pi Tau Sigma, ASME. ROBERT J. HERBOLD - BS Math, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Delta Theta CVice Pres.J, Mens Advisory, IFC. RUSSELL H. HERETH - BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. THOMAS A. HERN - BA Math, Cincinnati, O. - YMCA. CAROL J. HERRING - BS Primary Educa- tion, So. Ft. Mitchell, Ky. - YWCA, K-P Club. OTIS R. HESS Jr. - JD Law, Cincinnati, O. - Law Fr. Class Vice Pres., Student Bar Assn., Phi Alpha Delta, Student Court, Law Sr. Class Pres. BRUCE M. HEYMAN - BBA Finance and Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu CPres.J, Union Bd. tPres.D, Cincinnatus, Omi- cron Delta Kappa CTreas.J, Metro CVice Pres.J, IFC, Student Council, Mens Advisory. CLAY F. HICKERSON - BS Architecture, Nashville Tenn. - Lambda Chi Alpha, Scarab. WILLIAM E. HICKS - BS Architecture, Fort Wayne, Ind. -- Lamb- da Chi Alpha CSec.J, Tau Sigma, Sophos, AIA. ANN L. HILL - Assoc. Science, Milford, O. CHERYL M. HILL - Assoc. Arts, Mt. Vernon, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta. s ERNESTINE T. HILL - BS Secondary Education, Hebron, Ky. - Zeta Tau Alpha, Mummers. REXFORD L. HILL III - BS Electrical Engineering, Ft. Thomas, Ky. - Student Council, Eng. Trib., Jr. Class Pres., Co- op Engineer CAssoc. Ed.J, Sophos, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE CTreas.J, Phi Delta Theta CPres.J. JON R. HILLEGAS - MD Medicine, Akron, O. - Nu Sigma Nu, Med. Soph. Class Pres., Pi Kappa Epsilon. STEPHEN D. HILLIARD - BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O. JUDITH L. HILSINGER - BA Psychology, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma, Penguins, Angel Flight, Jr. Advisors, A St S Trib., Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl. RAYMOND L. HILSINGER Jr. - MD Medicine, Cincinnati, O. - Nu Sigma Nu. HOWARD D. HINES - BA History BS Education, Harrison, O. - Baptist Stu- dent Fellowship, Glee Club, University Singers, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa Delta Pi. ELLEN L. HINSCH - BS Advertising Design, Garden City, N.Y. - Alpha Chi Omega, Panhell. DOUGLAS W. HISSONG - BS Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon CRec. Sec.D, Tau Beta Pi, AIChE, Men's Advisory. JOAN M. HIZER - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. WILLIAM R. HOEB - BS Industrial Design, Cincinnati, O. -- Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAOM E. HOELSCHER - BBA Accounting, Cin- cinnati, . JACK F. HOENEMIER - BS Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - ASME. JAMES J. HOETKER - BS Industrial Design, Cincinnati, Ohio. JOHN P. HOFER - BBA Accounting, Indianapolis, Ind. - Beta Alpha Psi CSec.J, News Record. GARNET S. HOFFMANN, Jr. - BS Architecture, Louisville, Ky. - AIA. HARLAN H. HOFFMAN - BA Economics. Cincin- nati. O. GLENN I. HOFFMEISTER - BS Electrical Engineering, St. Louis. Miss. - IEEE, YMCA. Theta Chi tVice-presidentj. GAYLE F. HOGAN - BS Ele- mentary Education. Cincinnati. O. - Trianon. KP Club. SE Club. NICHOLAS C. HOLLENKAMP - JD Law, Cincinnati, O. - Student Bar Assn., Law Review. LILLA HOLLIDAY - BA English, Cincinnati, O. DIANE M. HOLLKAMP - BBA Secretarial. Cincin- nati. O. - Pi Chi Epsilon. RICHARD W. HOLMES - BBA Business Administration. Cincinnati. O. - Delta Tau Delta CRec. Sec.. Pledge Tr.J. Beta Alpha Psi. Scab- bard SL Blade CTreas.D. JANET L. HOLSHOY - BS Advertising Design, Cincinnati. O. - Proof Press. Delta Phi Delta. RICHARD A. HOLT - BA Economics. Cincinnati. O. - Student Council. Sophos. Phi Delta Theta. Arnold Air Society. DAVID A. HOLTGREWE - BS Chemis- try, Huntington, W. Va. JOSEPH W. HOOD - BS In- dustrial Management, Indianapolis. Ind, - Intramurals, Men's Ad.visory, SAM, Lambda Chi Alpha. DAVID W. HOOVER - BS Architecture, Dayton, O. - AIA. JUDITH A. HOPEWELL - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Chi Omega. PATRICIA M. HORAK - BS Advertising Design. Cincinnati. O. - Zeta Tau Alpha. PHILIP P. HORAN - BS Electrical Engineering. Jamestown. N.Y. - BSF CVice-Pres.. Pres.l. SRC tTreas.J, IRE. EDWARD D. HORGAN - BA Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Chi. ALBERT HORNBLASS - MD Medicine, Brooklyn, N.Y. - Phi Delta Epsilon. DOUGLAS HOSLER - BA Fine Arts, BS Art Education. North East, Pa. - Wesley Foundation. DAVID R. HOTELLING - MD Medi- cine, Napa, Cal. - Phi Chi tPres.J. LARRY D. HOT- HEM - BS Civil Engineering, West Lafayette, O. - Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, ASCE. GERALD HOUSTON - BS Physics, Cincinnati, O. PATRICIA A. HOWARD - BS Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. JACQUELINE HUDEPOHL - BS Nurs- ing. Cincinnati, O. - Wesley Foundation. YWCA, SNO, Alpha Alpha Pi. MARVIN A. HUFFORD - BS Electrical Engineering, McCutchenville, O. MARILYN L. HUGHES - MD Medicine. Cincinnati, O. - AMWA tPres.J, Pi Kappa Epsilon. PETER S. HUGHES - BS Mechanical Engineering. Cuyahoha Falls. O. - ASME. Pi Tau Sigma, CRec. Sec.7. AIAA, ASTM. ROGER C. HUGHES - BS Architecture, Louisville, Ky. - Scarab. AIA. WILLIAM R. HUGHES - BS Commerce, Cincinnati, O. WALTER A. HULLEMEYER - BS General Studies. Cincinnati. O. - Sigma Iota Epsilon. SUSAN HUM- MEL - BA History. Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Lamba Delta, Phi Alpha Theta. GEORGE D. HUNSAKER Jr. - BBA Accounting. Lima, O - Wesley Foundation tTreas.J, OMSM tTreas.b. JOHN L. HUNT - MD Medicine, Cincinnati, O. 'Af R... X., . .sl K 2 'PJ 1-,, v-y V-9' wa - 511-1 5 sf 1. if W -SW 1. Z if 9 ' :fz!..-gifs . .. I If H a 1 3... . . My A I S M53 , -ff -...Sw J? s fl S 37? L"' f AL', .ham ..mff,,g41 1, if .s'.f5g,:vseara,mi Y . gf2z:vg1gf77555r5E7,,QLieifi1 Nr. fyy ra U.W, s Uv,,.v, . ,,.-wg::ffa2.1..:,,ssf ggssgiifirwwgiftlitiieaif .mswsa-,,..f2..i..l.-.J l 964 GRADUATES MARSHALL C. HUNT, Jr. - BA Psychology, Glen- dale, O. - Acacia. ROBERT J. HUSS - MD Medicine, Toledo, O. - Alpha Kappa Kappa tPres.J, Pi Kappa Ep- silon. JUDYTHE A. HUSTON -- BBA Marketing, Cin- cinnati, O. - Zeta Tau Alpha, YWCA, Co-ep Club tPres.J, Spirit Club, WAA. MILLARD J. HYLAND - MD Medicine, Stockton, Calif. NANCY J. ICKES - BS Nursing, Canton, O. - Chi Omega, Penguins, WAA, SNO, LHA. SUSAN P. IM- HOFF - BA English, BS Education, Cincinnati, O. -- Alpha Lambda Delta, YWCA, Alpha Chi Omega tTreas.J, WAA CCorr. Sec.J, Kappa Delta Pi tPres.J, SEA tPres.J. DENNIS E. IMWALLE - BS Mechan- ical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - ASME. ROBERT L. INGBERG - MD Medicine, Cincinnati, O. MARTHA F. IUEN - BS Bacteriology, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Chi Omega. RISA G. IVERS - BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O. - Chi Omega tSec.J, YWCA, SNO, Jr. Advisor. GAY H. JACKETT - BS Home Economics, Cleveland, O. -- YWCA, AWS, Home Ec. Club, Kappa Alpha Theta, House Pres. Coun. DAVID H. IACKMAN - JD Law, London, O. - Phi Delta Phi. CHARLES H. JACKSON - BBA Accounting, Cincin- nati, O. - Beta Alpha Psi, Kappa Alpha Psi CSec.J, JASON E. JACKSON - BS Physics. Point Pleasant, W.Va. - Delta Tau Delta. LARAINE E. JACKSON - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O, MYRNA G. JACKSON - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. - Co-ep Club. IVAN R. JACOBS - MD Medicine, Malverne, N.Y. STEVEN JACOBS - BBA Accounting, Dayton, O. ELLEN R. JAEGER - BA English, Cincinnati, O. RICHARD R. JANSEN - BS Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. JOHN W. JAPPEN - BS Architecture, Valley Stream, N.Y. - Pershing Rifles, Scabbard 8L Blade, DMS, AIA. ELDON L. JENNINGS - BS Electrical Engineering, South Bend, Ind. - IEEE. CAROLINE E. JENSEN - BA Fine Arts, Cincinnati, O. JOHN L. JENSEN - BS Psychology, Cincinnati, O. - Lambda Chi Alpha. CAROLYN A. JENTZEN - BS Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA, WAA, Alpha Chi Omega. CURTIS O. JOHNSON - BBA Accounting, Warren, Penn. DON E. JOHNSON - MD Medicine, Sharon, Penn. - Phi Chi. JAMES D. JOHNSON - BS Me- chanical Engineering, Bristolville, O. - ASME, Sigma Nu. JOSEPH JOHNSON - BS General Studies, Milford, O, NANCY C. JOHNSON - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. ROSALIE S. JOHNSON - BS Elementary Educa- tion, Cincinnati, O. - Hillel. WILLIAM M. JOHN- STON - BS Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Cincinnatian, Lambda Chi Alpha CPledge Tr.J, Band. ELLIOTT D. JONES - BM Piano, BS Education, Vicksburg, Miss. - Mu Phi Epsilon CCorr. Sec.J, Kappa Delta Pi, CCM Fr. Class Treas., CCM Soph. Class Treas. GERALD L. JONES - BBA Marketing, Cincin- nati, O. JAMES H. JONES - BS Mechanical Engineer- ing, Cincinnati, O. - Pi Tau Sigma CPres.J, Tau Beta Pi tTreas.J, ASTM, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. REID P. JOYCE - BA Pre-Personnel, Xenia, O. - Glee Club. PATRICIA A. JURTSEN - BS Nursing, Florence, Ky. - SNO, YWCA, LHA. HERMAN L. KABAKOFF - BS Math, Cincinnati, O. - Band CTreas.J, Kappa Kap- pa Psi. JOAN L. KAHN - BS Primary Education, Cin- cinnati, O. - Sigma Delta Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, 1961 Homecoming Court, Mummers. LEA M. KALEJS - BS Medical Technol0gY, Cincinnati, O. DIANNE M. KAPPHAHN -- BS Elementary Educa- tion, Cincinnati, O. - Glee Club. ULRICH KAPPUS - BS Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - ASCE, ASTM, CNS. ALBERT B. KAPSTROM - MD Medicine, Los Angeles, Calif. MARGOT KASFIR - BA English, Cincinnati, O. - Hillel, Cincinnatian tPhotography Ed.J, Pi Delta Epsilon. SUZANNE K. KASSELMAN - BA Psychology. Cin- cinnati, O. - Zeta Tau Alpha, Spirit Club. ELLEN R. KATZ - BS Home Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Delta Tau, H. Ec. Club, Union Bd. RONALD A. KATZ - BS Zoology, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu, Men's Advisory, Caducea. LOUIS S. KAVAN- AUGH - JD Law, Dayton, O. - Phi Delta Phi, Stu- dent Bar Assn., Law Jr. Class CTreas.J. DAVID L. KEENER - BM Church Music, Trotwood, O. WILLIAM J. KEHOE - BA Economics, Cincinnati, O. BARBARA L. KELLER - BA Zoology, BS Edu- cation, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, AWS, Penguins, YWCA Ivy Chain, Guidon, News Record, PATRICIA C. KELLEY - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. THOMAS L. KEMP -- BS Industrial Management, Warren, O. - SAM. WILLIAM E. KELLEY - BA Math, Cincinnati, O. - Lambda Chi Alpha. WILLIAM F. KELLY - BS Industrial Management. Renfrew, Penn. - SAM. DONALD L. KEMEN - BBA Market- ing, Cincinnati, O. - Newman Club. ROGER H. KENDALL - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES G. KENNEDY - BBA Economics, Lake Leelanau, Mich. - Beta Theta Pi tVice Pres.J, Bus. Ad. Trib. tVice Presj, Men's Ad- visory, Metro, Cincinnatus. WILLIAM A. KENT - BS Physics, Cincinnati, O. - AIP. CHRISTINE E. KERN - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Zeta Tau Alpha. Spirit Club, YWCA. ELLEN F. KERN -- BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Bearkittens, Delta Delta Delta, K-P Club, YWCA. LILLIAN M. KERN - JD Law, Dayton, O. - Moot Court, Law Review. BARBARA J. KERNS - Assoc. Sc1ence,'P1qua, O. - YWCA. BARBARA KERR - BS Nursing, Merion Station, Penn. - WAA, LHA, SNO. B g"3.' , K. sf. Uv --. ,... .. ...:. , 1 f it f if '31 4 ,Z 4' -Q 5 S , . . W iff .L an QQ? 1964 GRADUATES THOMAS G. KESINGER -- BS Mechanical Engineer- ing, Dayton, O. - ASME. MARY A. KESSIS - MD, Cincinnati, O. RALPH J. KESSLER - BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. LYDIA I. KETCHAM - Assoc. Science, Amelia, O. EMILY C. KIDWELL - BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - OMSM, REP, SRC, Debate Team, WEEP, Wes- ley Found. THOMAS M. KIELEY - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. RUTH L. KIESSLING - BS Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Wesley Found. DONALD W. KIFER - BS Metallurgical Engineering, Ft. Thomas, Ky. - ASM. CHANG G. KIM -- BS Architecture, Seoul, Korea - AIA. LARRY B. KIMBLER - Pi Kappa Alpha, SAM. WRAY F. KINDSVATTER - BBA Accounting, Steu- benville, O. - Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intramurals, YMCA, Menls Advisory, THOMAS L. KING - BA Economics, Cincinnati, O. RICHARD P. KINSMAN - BS Mechanical Engineer- ing, Pittsburgh, Penn. - ASME, AIAA. ELEANOR K. KINZEL - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. CARO- LYN L. KIRBY - BS Elementary Education, Cincin- nati, O. - Angel Flight, Zeta Tau Alpha, Panhellenic tPres.J, Jr. Prom Court. RUSSEL C. KISSICK - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Lambda Chi Alpha, Mum- mer's lBus. Mgr.J, Men's Advisory, YMCA. JEFFERY H. KITE-POWELL - BS Education, Miami, Fla. RICHARD A. KITZEROW - BS Electrical En- gineering, Dayton, O. - Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, IEEE. BERNARD F. KLAUS - BBA Marketing, Cin- cinnati, O. STEPHEN O. KLEE - BBA Marketing, Dayton, O. - Newman Club, SAM. NANCY E. KLEINE - BS Biology, Cincinnati, O. - Penguins, WAA, Angel Flight, Chi Omega CPres.D, Pan- hellenic. JOSEPH P. KLINCK - BS Mechanical En- gineering, Baltimore, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME. JACK R. KLINGER - BA History, Norwood, O. - Baseball. HAROLD A. KLINK, BA Economics, Cincinnati, O. HARRY A, KLOPF - BS Chemical Engineering, Bay City, Mich. - AIChE, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Eng. Trib., Triangle. MELANIE A. KLOTTER - BS Second- ary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi. JEN- NY K. KLUMB - BS Elementary Education, Cincin- nati, O. - Alpha Chi Omega, YWCA, Jr. Advisor, REP, Educ. Trib. JOHN J. KNAB - BS Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Eta Kappa Nu. MERRY L. KNABE - BS Medical Technol0gY, Cincin- nati, O. JOHN C. KNECHT - BBA Accounting, Brookville, Ind. - Arnold Air Society. RICHARD KNO- BLAUGH - MD, Cincinnati, O. PAMELA T. KNOSP - BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA CPres.J, Al- pha Chi Omega, SRC, Alpha Lambda Delta, Jr. Advisor, REP, Sociology Club. JAMES D. KNOX - BBA Accounting, Cincinnati. O. - Phi Delta Theta tTreas.7, Student Council, Men's Advisory, Senior Advisory Comm., Budget Bd. CAROL J. KOCH - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - Mummers. JERRY A. KOCH - BBA Management, North College Hill, O. LYNN P. KOHL - BFA JEL BS Art Education, Cincinnati, O. - Mortar Board CTreas.J, Kappa Delta tVice-Pres.J, AWS CTreas.J, Guidon, Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Jr. Advisor. CAROL KOHSIN - BBA Accounting, Ft. Thomas, Ky. - Alpha Chi Omega CTreas., Pres.J, Alpha Lambda Del- ta. Guidon CSec.J, Mortar Board, YWCA CTreas.J, Jr. Panhell, Panhell tPres.J. MICHAEL P. KOLK -- BS Architecture, Brooklyn. N.Y. - Men's Advisory, Pi Lambda Phi. FRANCIS J. KOPICH - BA History, Levitown, Penn. -- Football, Sigma Alpha Epsilon tSec.J, Phi Alpha Theta. ROBERT J. KOPICH - BA History, Minersville, Penn. - Football, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon. SUSAN M. KORN - BS Home Economics Education, Mt. Healthy, O. -- Home Ec. Trib. tTreas., Vice-Pres., Pres.J. Home Ec. Club tPres.J. Jr. Advisor, WAA, Al- pha Chi Omega, Mortar Board. Omicron Nu. Kappa Delta Pi. KENETH W. KRABACHER - BS Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - ASME. GEORGE A. KRALOVICH - BS Industrial Management, Girard, O, - Phi Delta Theta tHouse Mgr.J. Coop Engineer tAs- soc. Ed.J, Sigma Iota Epsilon tSec.J, Eng. Trib., SAM, YMCA. Men's Advisory. KENNETH L. KRAMEN - BBA Economics, Chicago, Ill. - Hillel, Sigma Alpha Mu, SAM. RONALD R. KRAUTKRAMER - MD Medicine, Wrightstown, Wisc. JOAN L. KREHBIEL - BA Eng- Iish, Cincinnati, O. SALLY M. KREHNBRINK - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha tTreas.J. WAA, Panhell, Spirit Club. BARBARA B. KREIDER - BS Interior Design, Cincinnati, O. - Zeta Tau Alpha. Panhell, House Pres. Council, AID tRec. Sec.D, Jr. Advisors. GARY P. KREIDER - JD Law, Cincinnati. O. - Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, Student Bar Assn.. Moot Court, Law Review tAssoc. Ed.J. JOAN L. KREIDER - BS Nursing, Tipp City, O. - Glee Club, Wesley Foundation tSec.D. Alpha Gamma Delta. Jr. Ad- visor, Ivy Chain. YWCA, Alpha Alpha Pi, SNO. JO- SEPH N. KREIDER - BA Psychology, Cincinnati, O. RONALD J. KREINBRINK - BS Architecture. Leipsic, O. - Phi Kappa Theta tVice-Pres.J, Scarab CPres.J. R. LAWRENCE KROOVAND -- BS Bacteriology, Cin- cinnati, O. - Sigma Phi Epsilon, Caducea, Men's Ad- visory, YMCA. MICHAEL R. KROUSE - BA Eco- nomics, Cincinnati, O. JOHN A. KRUEGER - BS Chemistry. Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Tau. DONALD S. KRUTHAUP - BS General Studies, Cincinnati, O. PATRICIA C. KUBINSKI - BA Economics. Trenton. N.J. - YWCA. JOHN W. KUHLMAN - BS Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Sigma Phi, IFC. Band. Kappa Kappa Psi, Scabbard and Blade. J. DAVID KUHN - BA Philosophy, New Richmond, O. - News Record, Mummers. PAUL R. KUHN - BS Mechanical Engineering, Cleveland, O. DONNA C. KURTZ - BA Classics. Cincinnati. O. - Alpha Lambda Delta tSec.J. OCTAVE A. LaBATH - BS Mechanical Engineering, Blue Ash. O. - Pi Tau Sigma, ASME tTreas., Chrm.J. EDWARD LACKMAN - Assoc. Science. Cincinnati, O. DAVID S. LAHJZE - BS Mechanical Engineering, College Corner, O. - Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, ASTM. .. Y - ' 1, fq- ff" .,, 4 , .sa ' , eatgfgtm 'lf s. ..-..a.. -fHz:r.:sf, . 'W mm, ,,:wd3W1 wranflfm.. . -.ta ,ww .Q is .-...., , ...,sa..,, ,,. .- li-K-1'fF'-Wtiftamar , Tggtrg W 1' 'mt tq.m??SX a . .. My X , k"'., ,.Q: 5 at-rag, at , U.v,A., S 5 flf 2 . . .. die -it A ' . , . ...VV ff l 964 GRADUATES JOHN H. LAIRD, Jr. - BS Mechanical Engineering, Rochester, NY. - ASME. JOHN W. LAKEMAN - BA Classics, Hamilton, O. THOMAS J. LAKIN - BA Poli- tical Science, Reading, O. - Band. LINDA H. LALOSH - BS Nursing, Cincinnati, O. - LHA, Alpha Gamma Delta, BSU CTreas.J. JOHN P. LAMBERT - BS Math, Cincinnati, O. - Ski Club. STEVEN H. ,LAMIER - BS Math, Cheviot, O. HOMER A. LAMPL - BS Marketing, Greenhills, O. ELIZABETH A. LANDMANN - BS Nursing, Wau- watosa, Wis. - Kappa Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta CPres.J, Alpha Alpha Pi, Jr. Advisors, YWCA, SNO. DAVID C. LANDSIEDEL - BS Mechanical Engineer- ing, Dayton, O. - Alpha Tau Omega, Pershing Rifles. STEPHANY A. I.ANDT - BS Interior Design, Cin- cinnati, O. - Delta Phi Delta, AID CVice Pres.J, NSID. CHERYL L. LANDY - Assoc. Science, Reading. O. DAVE C. LANKIN - BS Chemistry, Dayton, O. - Delta Tau Delta, YMCA, Alpha Chi Sigma. GRETCHEN L. LASH - BS Piano, West Newton, Penn. - CCM Soph Class Sec., Mu Phi Epsilon. GERALDINE M. LATHAM - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - KP CLUB, Delta Sigma Theta. JOHN E. LATHROP - BS Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - ASCE, BSF, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. EDWARD R. LAUBACH - BA Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Theta Chi. ROBERTA J. LEACH - BFA, BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Chi Omega, Panhell, YWCA, WAA. MARY A. LEDERER - BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O. DAVID M. LEE - BBA Marketing, Bellefontaine, O. - P1 Kappa Alpha, YMCA, Bus Ad Trib. GARY LEE, Jr. - BA Pre-Management, Cincinnati, O. JUDY LEE - BS Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Delta Pi CSocial Chrm.D, Bearkittens, KP Club. CAMILLE E. LeGRAND - BA English, Cincinnati, O. - Mummers, Alpha Lambda Delta. NANCY J. LEH- MAN - BFA, Worthington, O. - Delta Delta Delta, Mummers, YWCA, DAA Trib. CSec.J, Glee Club. GAIL I. LEHNHOFF - BS Medical Technology, Cheviot, O. - Kappa Alpha Theta. CLIFFORD A. LEIGHTY - BS Electrical Engineering, Milford, O. - Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. LINDA L. LEITER - BS Medical Technology, Cincinnati, O. - WAA, Glee Club, YWCA, Alpha Gamma Delta. ED- WARD E. LENNERT - BBA Accounting, Mt. Carmel, Ill. - Alpha Kappa Psi CVice Pres.J. LORING R. LENTZ - BA History, South Fort Mitchell, Ky. - Glee Club. TIMOTHY K. LEONARD - BS Metallurgical Engi- neering, Richmond, Ind. - Alpha Chi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, ASM. MARY K. LEONHARDT - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - Newman Club. LINDA L. LEOPOLD - BS Home Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Home Ec Club. JAMES S. LERCH - BS Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, 0. - Newman Club. STEPHEN E. LESLIE - BS Civil Engineering. Cin- cinnati, O. - ASCE tPres.J. BARBARA A. LEVER - BS Nursing, Greenhills, O. - Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Alpha Pi CTreas.J, YWCA. Ivy Chain. Jr. Advisor. SNO, NH Trib., Stud. Coun. FREYA J. LEVI - BS Fashion Design. Tipton, Ind. - Sigma Delta Tau, Spirit Club. NORMAN I. LEVY - BBA Finance, Great Neck, NY. - Beta Theta Pi. HARRY T. LEWE, Jr. - BA English, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Chi Sigma fPres.J. JERRY W. LEWIS - BBA Marketing, Anderson, Ind. - Cincinnatus. Sophos CTreas.J, Men's Advisory, Spirit Club. Lambda Chi Alpha CPledge Tr., Pres.J. RUSSELL C. LEWIS - BS Archi- tecture. Marlton, N.J. - Lambda Chi Alpha, Scarab. DAVID A. LIEBERMAN - BS Music Education, Cin- cinnati, O. - CCM Chorus, Band, Mummers, Sigma Alpha Mu. MELVYN B. LIEBERMAN - MD, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Delta Epsilon CVice Pres.J. HENRY A. LIEDER - BS Electrical Engineering, Salem, O. - IEEE. DENNIS A. LIGGETT - JD. Law, Cincinnati, O. - Student Court, Moot Court, Law Sr. Class Sec.-Treas. THOMAS M. LIGGETT - BS Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - ASCE. SANDRA J. LIGHTFIELD -- BA Psychology, Cincin- nati, O. - News Record fMan. Ed., News Ed.J. Panhell. Bd. Pub., Pi Delta Epsilon, Chi Omega. ANNE F. LILES - BS Education, Cincinnati. O. - Kappa Kappa Gam- ma, Bearkittens fCo-Captj. PEGGY A. LINDENBERG - BBA Finance, Charleston, W. Va. - Ludlow Hall CPres.D. SAM, HILLEL, Young Reps. WILLIAM R. LINDSEY - BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. EUGENE H. LOCKE - BS Mechanical Engineering. Erlanger, Ky. BARRY L. LOEB - BS Chemical Engi- neering, Erlanger, Ky. - AIChE. THOMAS N. LOM- BARDI - BA Geology, Cincinnati. O. - Sigma Gam- ma Epsilon. DOUGLAS P. LONGENECKER - MD, Phillipsburg, O. - Alpha Kappa Kappa, Pi Kappa Epsilon. CYNTHIA S. LORENZ - BS Nursing, New Philadel- phia, O. - AWS, LHA, SNO, YWCA, NH Trib., Alpha Alpha Pi CCSec.J, NH Jr. Class Treas. FRANKLIN W. LOSEY - JD, Law, Newport, Ky. SHIRLEY M. LOVE- WELL - BS Nursing, Holt, Mich. - LHA. MAR- GARET G. LUCAS - BS Nursing, Olean, NY. JAMES W. LUCY - BS Physical Education, Cincin- nati, O. - Baseball, Phi Epsilon Kappa CVice Pres., Presb. WILLIAM J. LUNDY - MD, Cincinnati, O. SANFORD S. LURIA - MD, Cleveland, O. - Phi Delta Epsilon. ELLEN LUTCHIN - BA Sociology, Cincinnati, O. JERRY S. LUXENBERG - BA Economics. Bayside. NY. - Sigma Alpha Mu. CHARLENE MacDONALD BBA Secretarial, Cincinnati. O. DIANA H. MacINTYRE - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. BARBARA J. MACK - BS Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - SE Club. 1- - apr wl7"!v .. e. af-ii" -- Vg. W 3 J 4 f? l 964 GRADUATES RICHARD J. MACKE - Assoc. Science, Norwood, O. RONALD R. MacKLEM - BS Chemical Engineering, Malta, O. - AIChE. BRUCE F. MCLEAN - MD, Flint, Michigan. JOHN C. MADDEN - BS Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Tau CVice Pres., Treas.J, ASTM, ASME, Band. JOHN S. MADZULA - BS Architecture, Yonkers, NY. - Phi Kappa Theta, DAA Trib., IFPC CVice Pres.D. THOMAS H. MAHANEY - BS Mechanical Engineer- ing, Cincinnati, O. -- Lambda Chi Alpha. ARTHUR I. MALMAN - BBA, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu, Sophos, Bus. Ad. Trib., Intramurals, Hillel, SAM. NATHAN C. MALOF - BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. - Chemistry Club. DENNIS S. MALONE - BS Architecture, Cincinnati, O. - AIA tTreas.J, Scarab. JOHN P. MALONE - BBA Management, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Theta CPres., Pledge Tr.J, Beta Gamma Sigma, IFC. SAM. JOSEPH D. MALONEY - BS Zoologlh Cincinnati, O. -- Lambda Chi Alpha, Caducea. CHARLES T. MAN- AUSA - BS Architecture, Cincinnati, O. - Triangle. BARRY W. MANG, Jr. -- BA Psychology, Covington, Ky. HARRY A. MANGOLD - MD, Zanesville, O. - Alpha Kappa Kappa CRec. Sec.D, Pi Kappa Epsilon, Stud. Council tTreas.J, SAMA. DENNIS A, MANN - BS Architecture, Cincinnati, O. WILLIAM R. MAPPES - BBA Accounting, Cincinnati, O. SUSAN L. MARCUS - BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. - Zeta Tau Alpha. SANDRA L. MARIENTHAL - BS Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - WAA, AWS, YWCA, Alpha Chi Omega. HENRY P. MARKS, Jr. - BA History, Cincinnati, O. - Kitty Hawk Soc., Arnold Air Society tCommanderj. DONALD G. MARSH - BS Interior Design, Cincinnati, O. - Men's Advisory, AID tTreas.J. PAUL W. MARSHALL - BS Electrical Engineering, Xenia, O. - Delta Tau Delta tPres., Vice Pres.J, IFC tPres., Treasj, Cincinnati tTreasD, Omicron Delta Kappa tPres.J, Metro fVice Pres.J, Sophos tSec.J, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, YMCA, Men's Advisory. JOHN T. MARTIN - BBA Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Theta,-Alpha Gam Man, Spirit Club, Bus. Ad. Trib., IFC. PAMELA A. MARTIN - BS Nursing, Vien- na, Va. - LHA. MARLENE S. MARTZ - BA So- ciology, Hamilton, O. - Probasco Hall tTreas.J. JANICE E. MASCHMEYER -- BFA, BS Education, Cincinnati, O. - Mortar Board CPledge Tr.J, Alpha Chi Omega tPledge Tr.D, Delta Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS CVice Presb, YWCA, Jr. Advisors tCo-Chrm.J, Homecoming tCo-Chrm.J, Kampus King CChrm.J. RICHARD A. MASHBURN - JD, Law, Cincinnati, O. DANIEL L. MAST - BBA Management, Springfield, O. - Men's Advisory, SAM. CAROL L. MATHER - BS Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, SE Club fTreas.J. JOHN M. MATHER - BBA Management, Cincin- nati, O. - Delta Tau Delta. STUART C. MATHES - BS Commerce, Erlanger, Ky. JACK S. MATHEWS, Jr. - BS Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Tau Delta, Arnold Air Soc. DON E. MATLOCK - BS Physical Education, Louisville, KY. - Track, Cross Country. DAVID R. MATTHEWS - B.M. Composition, Louis- ville, Ky. - HAROLD MATZKIN - B.B.A. Market- ing, Waterbury, Conn. - Alpha Epsilon Pi, Delta Sigma Pi CSec.J. EDWIN C. MAURER - B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. DAVID L. MAYNARD - J.D. Law, Xenia, O. - Student Bar Assn., Phi Alpha Delta, Law Sr. Class fVice Pres.j. KEITH E. MCALHANEY - B.B.A, Economics, Berne, Ind. -- Wesley Foundation CTreas.J. EDWARD I. Mc- ANDREWS - B.A. Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. - Chess Club. CAROL L. McCAMPBELL -- B.S. Primary Edu- cation, Cincinnati, O, - Educ. Trib., Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Alpha Theta CTreas.J. MARY MCCASH -B.A. French, Indian Hill, O. - Kappa Delta, Modern Dance Club, AWS, WUS, WAA. W. NASH MCCAULEY - B.S. Mechanical Engineer- ing, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Delta Theta, Coop Engineer fEd.J, Student Council fCor. Sec.J, Tau Beta Pi CPres.J, Pi Tau Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Cincinnatus, Sophos CVice-Pres.J, Metro. SANDRA M. MCCLURE - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. GARY A. McCON- NELL - B.B.A. Accounting, Martinsville, Ind. - Beta Alpha Psi, SAM. MARIA L. MCCORMICK - Assoc. Arts, Hamilton, O. - Co-op Club. WILLARD G.McDANIEL -B.S. General Studies, Cincinnati, O. BETSY McDONALD - B.S. Bacterio- logy, Terrace Park, O. - Huber Hall Uudic. Chrm.J, BRUCE McDONALD -- B.B.A. Management, Dayton, O. - YMCA. KAREN McDOWELL - B.M. Piano, Procter, W. Va. KATHRYN MCELFRESH - B.S. Primary Education, Delaware, O. - Wesley Foundation, K-P Club, Huber Hall CPres.J, AWS, YWCA. CAROLE McGOY - B.A. Spanish, Cincinnati, O. - Jr. Advisor, Sigma Delta Pi QSec.J, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Wesley Foundation. CHARLES E. McGRATH - B,S.'Metal- lurgical Engineering, Butler, Penn. - ASM CTreas.J. PAUL McKELVEY - B.F.A. Radio-TV, Cincinnati, O. JOHN D. MCKIBBEN - B.S. Secondary Education, Newport, Ky. - Basketball, Track, Intramurals, Phi Kappa Tau. DEBORAH MCKINLEY - B.S. Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - AWS, Student Council, T.C. Trib., Kappa Alpha Theta, Jr. Advisor, Ivy Chain, YWCA, Kappa Delta Pi. KENNETH L. MCKINNEY JR. - M.D. Medicine, Cincinnati, O. CHARLES J. MCLAUGHLIN - B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. JAMES E. McLAUGHLIN JR. - B.B.A. Management, Pennington, N.Y. - SAM. SUSAN MCMAHON - B.S. Nursing, Rocky River, O. - LHA, SNO. 'LARRY G. MCMANUS JR. - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Theta CTreas.J. STEPHEN M. MCNANIEE - B.A. American History, Cincinnati, O. - Swimming, Porpoise, Sigma Chi CRec. Sec.D, IFC. EDWARD N. MEDLEY - B.S. Mechanical Engineer- ing, Radcliff, Ky. - ASME. ELIZABETH S. MEF- FORD - B.S. Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - NEA. CAROL J. MEIER - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. WILLIAM J. MEINERT - B.A. ZoologY, Cincin- nati, O. - Alpha Epsilon Delta. 1964 GRADUATES DAVID S. MEISEL - J.D., Law. Cincinnati. O. - Stud. Court, Law Review, Moot Court. Phi Alpha Delta Stud. Bar Assoc. STEPHEN H. MEITUS - B.S. Zool- ogy, Cincinnati. O. - Phi Eta Sigma tPres.J, News Rec- ord, Sigma Alpha Mu. STEPHAN F. MELZER - B.S. General Studies, Cincinnati, O. PHILIP G. MENG - B.B.A. Management, Cincinnati, O. - Lambda Chi Al- pha, Swimming. MARY E. MERETTA - B.A. French, B.S. Education, Cincinnati, O. - WAA, Spirit Club CTreas.J, A 84 S Trib., Mummers, Theta Phi Alpha tPledge Tr,J, Sophos Court, PATRICIA A. MERETTA - B.A. French, B.S. Education, Cincinnati, O. -Theta Phi Alpha CCor, Sec.J, WAA, WUS, Mummers, AWS, Jr. Advisors. Spirit Club. RONALD L. MESSERLE - B.B.A. Accounting, Cin- cinnati, O. ROBERT E. MESSERSMITH - B.S. Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O. --ASCE CVice Pres.J. FREDRICK M. MESSINA - B.S. Pharmacy, Dayton, O. - Kappa Psi. APhA. KATHLEEN E. METZGER - B.S. Speech and Hearing Therapy, Dayton, O. - YWCA, Zeta Tau Alpha. RICHARD K. METZGER - B.S. Architecture, Norwalk. O. -- Alpha Tau Omega fSec., Pledge Tr.J, Scarab, DAA Trib. BERNARD H. MEYER - B.S. Chemical Engineering, St. Bernard. O. - Alpha Chi Sigma, AIChE. JOANNA MEYER - B.S. Nursing, Columbus. O. - LHA, NH Fr. Class Vice Pres., YWCA. SNO. RICH- ARD A. MEYER - M.D., Butler, Penn. - Stud. Coun. ROGER MEYER - B.S. Chemistry. Cincinnati, O. -- Chem. Club. STEPHEN F. MEYERS - B.S. Zoology, Bellevue, Ky. - Caducea, Men's Advisory. ILZE MIEZITIS - B.S. Medical Technology, Canton. O. GERALD D. MIKNICH - B.S. General Studies, Cincinnati, O. CAROLYN S, MILLER - B.A. French, B.S. Education, Cincinnati, O. - Russian Club, Pi Delta Phi, Sigma Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi. CHARLENE C. MILLER - B.A. Sociology, Mariemont, O. - Canter- bury, Sociology Club, Trianon CTreas.J. DAVID L. MILLER - B.B.A. Accounting. Lima. O. RICHARD G. MILLER - B.S. Metallurgical Engineer- ing, Massillon, O. - ASM CSec.J. ROBERT C. MILLER - B.S. Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Educ. Trib., Stud. Coun., Orientation Bd. fChrm.J, Phi Kappa Theta, Men's Advisory, Mummers, SUSAN L. MILLER - B.S. Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta, Union Bd., Orientation Bd., Daisy Chain. WILLIAM H. MILLER - B.A. Economics, Cincinnati, O. MICHAEL E. MILLS - B.S. Industrial Manage- ment, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Sigma Phi. RAYMOND A. MION - B.B.A. Management, Manslield, O. - SAM. GRETCHEN J. MERRIELEES-B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Delta Pi, A8LS Trib. DONNA M. MOAK -- B.A. Geography, Cincinnati, O. DAVID R. MOEHRING - B.S. Industrial Design, Cin- cinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Theta CVice Pres.J, Swimming. Porpoise Club, IFC, IDI. KENNETH R. MOHNS - B.S. Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Chi Sigma. WEEP. JOHN L. MONTGOMERY - B.S. Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Phi Alpha tTreas.. Presj, Scabbard and Blade, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band Coun. PATRICIA MOON - B.S. Nursing. Eaton, O. - LHA, Social Bd., IRHC tSec.j, Penguins. FRANK D. MOORE - B.A. English, Cincinnati, O, - ROBERT T. MOORE -- B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - YMCA, Phi Kappa Tau CPres.J. MARY L. MOORHEAD - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - News Record. H. D. MORGAN - B.B.A. Marketing, Towson, Md. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Alpha Kappa Psi, Porpoise Club, Men's Advisor. NORMAN MORLEY - B.B.A. Man- agement, Morristown, N.J. - Phi Kappa Theta, SAM. LARRY B. MORRIS - J.D. Law, Leetonia, O. - Phi Delta Phi. PAUL L. MORRIS - B.S. Mechanical En- gineering, Charlestown, W. Va. - Sigma Phi Epsilon, YMCA, Intramurals. BOYD R. MORROW - B.S. Architecture, Arlington. Va. - Triangle. CAROL N. MOSES - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati. O. DAVID C. MOSS - B.S. Architecture, Rochester, N.Y. - AIA, Tau Sigma. LOIS L. MOSS - B.S. Secondary Education, Cincinnati. O. - SEA, SE Club. WAYNE E. MOYER - B.S. Aerospace Engineering, Bremen, O. - Tau Beta Pi, AIAA. HELEN MUELLER - B.S. Math, B.S. Education, Cincinnati, O. - Pen- guins, Jr. Advisor, Cincinnatian CBus. Mgr.D, Glee Club, Pi Delta Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Bd. of Pub. I. LYNN MUELLER - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Stud. Coun. QPres.J, Sr. Class CPres.J, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon tPres.J, Cincinnatus CPres.J, YMCA tVice Pres.J, Men's Advisory fChrm.J, Metro, Sigma Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi. GENE MUHLENPOH - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. WALTER A. MUIR, JR. - B.B.A. Finance, Williams- port, Penn. - Alpha Tau Omega, Intramurals. JOHN W. MULLANEY - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Cin- cinnati, O. - Eng. Trib., IEEE, Triangle. EDWARD D. MULLINGER - B.B.A. Accounting. Cincinnati, O. - Band. BARRY G. MULLINS - B.S. Chemistry, Cin- cinnati, O. - Chemistry Club, News Record. JAMES W. MUNDY - B.S. Interior Design. Eaton, O. - Mummers, AID, NSID tTreas.J. CHARLOTTE A. MUNGER - B.S. Advertising Design. Cincinnati, O. - Jr. Advisors, Pan Hell., Alpha Delta Pi CVice-Pres.. Pres.J. JUDITH A. MURPHY - B.S. Nursing, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. - Alpha Alpha Pi. NSLH Sr. Class tTreas.J, YWCA, LHA, Alpha Delta Pi CSec.J. THOM- AS E. MURPHY - B.A. Economics. Cincinnati. O. - Young Dems. CAROL L. MURRAY - B.S. Primary Education. Cin- cinnati, O. - K-P Club, Glee Club tSec.J. RICHARD A. MUSHABEN - B.B.A. Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Intramurals. KAREN MYERS -B.A. Psychology. Cin- cinnati, O. - Alpha Delta Pi, Sociology Club. RONALD L. MYERS - M.D. Medicine, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Kappa Kappa. CAROL J. NAISH - B.S. Physical Education, Cincin- nati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha, CRec. Sec.J, Penguins, Arete, WAA. AMY L. NATHAN - B.S. Primary Edu- cation, Cincinnati, O. - Glee Club, University Singers, K-P Club, Hillel. JEAN M. NATILI - B.F.A. Radio SL TV, Butler, Penn. - Stud. Coun., Rho Tau Delta CVice- Pres., Treas.J. CCM Sr. Class Sec. CAROL NATIONS - B.A. English, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta, News Record. - A , , ff' L c 1964 GRADUATES NORMAN E. NAYLOR - B.B.A. Management. Lock- land, O. - SAM. THOMAS E. NEAD - B.S. Electrical Engineering. Cincinnati. O. WILLIAM R. NEALE - B.A. English. Cincinnati, O. PAULA F. NEBOLSKY - B.S. Primary Education. Cincinnati, O. - Glee Club. Hillel, KP Club, Kappa Delta Pi. BETTY G. NEIHEISEL - B.S. Music Education. Cin- cinnati. O. - Mu Phi Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi. FRIEDA B. NEVILLE - B.S. Business Education. Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Epsilon tVice Pres., Treas., Cor. Sec.J. JOSEPH H. NEVIN - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Cin- cinnati. O. - Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, IEEE. THOMAS R. NEWBAUER - B.S. Physics, Cincinnati. O. - Arnold Air Society, AIP. GEORGE W. NEWMAN. III - J.D. Law, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Delta Phi CPres.J, Law Review, Student Court. PHILIP H. NEWMAN - M.D. Medicine, Stroudsburg, Penn. -- DALE A. NIEMAN - B.S. Elec- trical Engineering, Lakewood, O. - Alpha Sigma Phi tVice Pres., Cor. Sec.J. Co-op Engineer, IEEE. MAR- GARET A. NIESEL - B.A. Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - Sociology Club. JUDITH H. NIESZ - B.S. Primary Education, Cincin- nati. O. - Alpha Gamma Delta. YWCA. KP Club. RALPH E. NIETER - B.S. Electrical Engineering. Dayton, O. - Alpha Sigma Phi tSec., Cor. Sec., Pledge Tr.J. JAMES E. NIMMO - B.A. Political Science, Nor- wood, O. - Westminister Foundation tPres., Treas.J. MELVYN M. NIZNY - M.D. Medicine, Dayton, O. RALPH C. NOELCKE - B.B.A. Business Administra- tion, Cincinnati, O. - JOHN A. NORTON - B.S. Elec- trical Engineering, Kettering, O. - Arnold Air Society, Men's Advisory, YMCA, Canterbury Club, Delta Tau Delta tCor. Sec.D, IEEE. VIVIA M. NOVELLO - B.S. Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi. Phi Mu CVice Presb. ROBERT J. NUGENT - B.B.A. Business Administration, Dayton, O. - Men's Advisory, Beta Theta Pi. DAVID K. OBERLIN - B.B.A. Business Administra- tion, Mansfield, O. - Theta Chi CPledge Tr.D, IFC CVice Pres., Sec.J, Metro fPres., Sec.J,'Cincinnatus, Sig- ma Sigma, Men's Advisory, Glee Club tAsst. Bus. Mgr.J, Mummers, University Sing CCO-Chrm.J. THOMAS J. O'BRIEN - B.S. Interior Design. Kettering, O. - Phi Eta Sigma, AID, NSID CVice Pres.J, Delta Phi Delta. DONALD A. O'DRISCOLL - M.D. Medicine, Cincin- nati, O. - Alpha Kappa Kappa. JAMES OEHLER - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. HARVEY M. OESLANDER - B.S. Interior Design, Hampstead, N.Y. - Pi Lambda Phi, NSID. JUDY A. OETTINGER - B.S. Medical Technology, Cincinnati, O. - Chi Omega CTreas.J, Guidon, YWCA, Ivy Chain. MURR R. OETTINGER - B.S. Zoology, Cincinnati, O. MANLY H. OFFUTT, JR. - B.B.A. Accounting, Cin- cinnati, O. - Delta Sigma Pi, Young Dems CTreas.J, DENNIS E. O'HARA - B.S. Industrial Management, Dayton, O. - Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Iota Epsilon. ROBERT T. OHR - B.F.A., B.S. Education, Cincin- nati, O. - Phi Kappa Theta, Sailing Club. BRUCE L. OLIVER - B.B.S. Business Administration, Cincinnati, O. - Swimming, Porpoise Club, Delta Tau Delta CTreas.J, Beta Alpha Psi. CAROL A. OLIVER - B.S. Education, B.A. English, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta, Phi Kappa Theta Sweetheart, Jr. Prom Court. JACK E. OLPP. JR. - B.A. Personnel. Newark. O. - Pershing Rifles. Glee Club. Men's Octet. ELIZABETH C. O'NEIL - B.A. Theatre Arts. Middletown. O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma. Alpha Lambda Delta. Mummers CSec.J. JANA B. O'NEIL - B.S. Costume Design. Cin- cinnati. O. -- Delta Delta Delta. Jr. Prom Court. WIL- LIAM O'NEIL. JR. - B.S. Industrial Design. Cincinnati, O. - Omicron Delta Kappa tVice Pres.l. Proof Press iEd.J. Prohle tEd.J. Cincinnatian tProd. Mgrj. Pi Del- ta Epsilon tTreas.. Presb. Phi Eta Sigma. Men's Ad- visory. Social Bd., Bd. of Pub. JOHN W. OSTERWEIL - B.A. Psychology. Savannah. Ga. -Speakers Bureau. Men's Advisory. Hillel. DAVID B. PACKARD -- M.D. Medicine. New York. N.Y. PHILIP D. PAHNER - B.S. Zoology. Cincinnati. O. - YMCA. Caducea. Westminster Foundation. Intramurals. Chemistry Club. CLAIRE A. PALASEK - B.S. Home Economics. Cincinnati. O. - Delta Zeta lTreas., Pledge Tr.D. Home Ec Club, Newman Club. RALPH F. PALASEK - B.A. Music. Cincinnati. O. THEODORE L. PALETTA - M.D. Medicine. New Kensington. Penn. - Nu Sigma Nu. MARGARET E. PAPESCH - B.S. Primary Education. Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta. Kappa Delta Pi. KP Club. Delta Delta Delta CSec.J. MALCOLM P. PARADA - M.D. Medicine, Cincinnati. O. DIANE S. PARK - B.S. Elementary Education. Cin- innati. O. -- Kappa Delta Pi. Wesley Foundation. SANDRA J. PARKES - Assoc. Science Medical Secre- tary. Cincinnati. O. CAROL M. PARRA - B.A. His- panic History. Cincinnati. O. - Phi Alpha Theta. Sigma Delta Pi. DAVID E. PARTON - B.S. General Studies. Florence. Ky. CARL M. PASCARELLA. JR. - B.S. Industrial Man- agement. Girard. O. - Delta Tau Delta QRec. Sec.J. Men's Advisory. JANE PATTERSON - Assoc. Science Medical Secretary. Fairfield. O. LOUIS R. PATTERSON - B.S. Civil Engineering. Marietta. O. - ASCE. Chi Epsilon CSec.J. MARY A. PATTERSON - B.S. Sec- ondary Education. Cincinnati. O. - Arete tSec.J. YWCA. Wesley Foundation. Ivy Chain. Ivy Leaf Club fVice Pres.7. Alpha Kappa Alpha tPres.J. WAA. JUANITA L. PATTON -- B.M. Piano. Canton. N.C. - Delta Omicron CTreas.J. CCM Chorus. BONNIE J. PAUL - B.S. Elementary Education. Cincinnati. O. - YWCA. Jr. Advisor. Kappa Alpha Theta. DIANA L. PAUL - B.S. Primary Education. Cincinnati. O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma. LAWRENCE R. PAUL - B.B.A. Finance. Cincinnati. O. - Beta Theta Pi. LINDA S. PENCIL - B.S. Piano. Springfield. O. - Mu Phi Epsilon QCor. Sec.7. ROSEMARY M. PER- RINO - Assoc. Bus. Ad. Secretarial. Cincinnati. O. - Alpha Lambda Delta. ROBERT C. PESCI - B.S. Elec- trical Engineering. Butler. Penn. - Phi Delta Theta. IEEE. ALBERT F. PETER - B.S. Physics. Cincinnati. O. - Phi Eta Sigma. AIP tPres.l. BARRY K. PETERSON - B.S. Electrical Engineering. Martins Ferry. O. - AIEE. IEEE. Newman Club. ROBERT N. PETERSON - B.S. Metallurgical Engi- neering. Kane. Penn. - ASM. AlChE. AIME. ASTM. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Eng. Trib. LOWELL W. PFLEGER - B.B.A. Marketing. Lucasville. O. WILLIAM J. PHILLIPS - B.B.A. Economics. Cincinnati. O. 1964 GRADUATES JOHN C. PICKETT - M.D. Medicine, Cincinnati, O. - Med. Stud. Coun. CPres.J. HOWARD S. PICKUS - B.S. Industrial Design, Lynbrook, N.Y. - Pi Lambda Phi, Track. KAREN L. PILDER - Assoc. Science, Cin- cinnati, O. MARTIN S. PINALES - B.A. Marketing, Cincinnati, O. JERRY PITSTICK - B.B.A. Business Administration, Dayton, O. - Beta Theta Pi, Sophos, Beta Gamma Sig- ma QSec.J. MARTIN H. PITSTICK - B.S. Industrial Design, Cincinnati, O. FRED L. PITTENGER - B.S. Chemical Engineering, Wooster, O. - Alpha Tau Ome- ga, Alpha Chi Sigma, Men's Advisory, AIChE. DEA M. PIZZO - B.B.A, Secretarial, Cincinnati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha CPres., Vice Pres.J, Pi Chi Epsilon, Angel Flight, Ivy Chain, Panhellenic. CHARLES W. PLATT - M.D. Medicine, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Chi. DAN E. POFF - B.S. Physics, Center- ville, O. - AIP CVice Pres.J, Men's Advisory, Wesley Foundation. MARY K. POPE - B.F.A., B.S. Education, Cincinnati, O. - JOSEPH O. PORTER, JR. - M.D. Medicine, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Kappa Kappa, Pi Kappa Epsilon. SALLIE M. PORTER - B.S. Nursing, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma, Cincinnatus. JOHN L. POTH- IER - B.S. Aerospace Engineering, Pasadena, Cal. - Arnold Air Society, AIAA. HAROLD E. POTRAFKE - B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Batavia, O. - Pershing Rifles, Fencing. STEPHEN J. POWERS - B.S. Aero- space Engineering, Jamestown, O. - AIAA, Kitty Hawk. JOHN R. PRATTE - B.S. Chemical Engineering, Cin- cinnati, O. - Delta Tau Delta, AIChE. CAROL A. PRICE - B.S. Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Delta Pi, WAA. JUDITH A. PRICE - B.S. Cos- tume Design, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Phi Delta. MI- CHAEL D. PROFITT - B.S. Industrial Design, Nor- wood, O. - IDI, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAY D. PROOPS - B.B,A. Accounting, Cincinnati, Ohio - Christian Science Organization CVice Pres.J, Kappa Sigma CTreas.J. FRANCES H. PROSSER - B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. JANE N. PRYOR - B.S. Nursing, Mullens, W. Va. -- Mummers, West- minister Foundation, LHA, N 84 H Class Vice Pres., Alpha Alpha Pi. JUDITH C. PRYOR - B.A. Geogra- phy, Cincinnati, O. - Westminister Foundation, Angel Flight. GERALD L. PUFF -- B.S. Metallurgy Engineering, Butler, Penn. - Eng. Trib., ASM CSec.J, AIME, Men's Advisory. CAROL J. PURDY - B.M. Violin, Redondo Beach, Cal. - Mu Phi Epsilon CCor. Sec., Pres.J, Or- chestra, Chorus. PAULA PURDY - B.A. English, Cin- cinnati, O. - YWCA, Bearkittens, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma, WAA, News Record JAMES P. QUIGLEY - M.D. Medicine, Schenectady, N.Y. - Alpha Kappa Kappa. ALLEN H. QUIMBY - B.A. Political Science, Angola, Ind. - News Record CEd.-In-Chiefj, Sigma, Sigma. DONALD A. QUINN - B.A. Economics, Crestview Hills, Ky. CARLTON F. QUITTER - B.S. Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. - Chemistry Club, Intramurals. STE- PHEN A. RAAB - B.B.A. Marketing Cincinnati, O. MARTIN A. RADUNZ - B.M. Clarinet. Louisville. Ky. GLORIA K. RADZIVILOVER - B.S. Bacteriology, Dayton. O. - Sigma Delta Tau. Hillel, Modern Dance Club. Angel Flight. Memorial Dorm tPres.D. ADOLF E. RAHM. JR. - M.D., Fairborn, O. JOHN G. RAIM- ER - B.B.A. Accounting and Economics, Cleveland, O. - Men's Advisory, Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Tau Omega. THOMAS E. RAINEY - B.S. Civil Engineering. Cin- cinnati, O. - Sigma Chi fSec.J. IFC. CAP. ASCE. Metro tTreas.J. Spirit Club. MARY B. RAMBO - B.S. Music Education. Cincinnati. O. - Sigma Alphahlota. GERTRUDE K. RAMSEIER - B.S. Nursing, Baltic. O. - Glee Club. NH Trib.. LHA, Ivy Chain, Alpha Alpha Pi tVice Presb. RONALD N. RAMSEY - B.S. Me- chanical Engineering. Covington. Ky. - ASME fSec.J. NANCY A. RANEY - Assoc. Arts. Cincinnati, O. JUNE M. RANSICK - B.S. Primary Education. Cin- cinnati. O. - KP Club. MELVYN RAPOPORT - M.D.. New York, N.Y. - Phi Chi CTreas., Pres.J. SHARON A. RAUCH - B.S. Nursing, Venedocia, O. - LHA. SNO, YWCA. JOHN D. RAY. JR. - B.S. Architecture. Louisville. Ky. - Scarab. AIA. Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT A. RAY - B.S. Chemistry. Cincinnati. O. LEE ROY REAMS - B.A. Theater Arts, Covington. Ky. -- Mummers tVice Pres.. Pres.J. JAMES R. RECK - J.D., Law. Cincin- nati, O. - Phi Delta Phi, Law Review, Student Court. Moot Court. DONNA L. RECKER - B.S. Nursing, South Fort Mitchell. Ky. - NH Fr. Class Vice Pres., NH Jr. Class Sec., LHA. JOHN S. REECE - B.S. Advertising De- sign, Cincinnati. O. - Proofpress tEditorJ. EARL D. REED - Assoc. Science. Goshen, O. LOWELL E. REED - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Milford, O. GLORIA L. REESE - B.S. Elementary Education, Cin- cinnati. O. - Kappa Delta Pi. SE Club. THOMAS L. REIBER -- B.B.A. Marketing. Cincinnati, O. - Beta Theta Pi. MEL L. REICHER - B.S. Interior Design. Woodside, N.Y. - NSID tPres.J. Hermes CMan. Ed.J. Pi Lambda Phi CPledge Tr.J. CARL E. REICHERT. SR. - B.B.A. Marketing, Dayton, O. - Arnold Air Society. LAWRENCE J. REIDEL - B.S. Physical Education. Cincinnati. O. GEORGIA B. REIF - B.S. Primary Ed- ucation. Cincinnati. O. - K-P Club. YWCA, Canter- bury Club. Glee Club. Delta Zeta CPledge Tr., Pres.J. Panhellenic. PHILIP K. REINER - B.B.A. Accounting, Hamilton. O. - Pi Kappa Alpha. HERBERT I. REIS- ENFELD - B.A. History. Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Al- pha Mu, Delta Phi Alpha. ERIC P. RENNER - B.S. Industrial Design, Ambler, Penn. - DAA Trib., Delta Tau Delta. IDI. PHILIP S. RESSLER - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. MICHAEL A. RHINE - B.A. Political Science, Arlington. Va. JAMES K. RICE - B.B.A. Management, St. Albans. W. Va. N- Men's Advisory, Sigma Nu tTreas.J. 1964 GRADUATES PAUL L. RICHMAN - B.S. Math, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu, News Record, Cincinnatian. LINDA D. RICHMOND - B.S. Education, B.F.A. Art Educa- tion, Nashville, Tenn. - Delta Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Phi, English Club. NANCY M. RICHMOND - B.S. Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Zeta, KP Club, YWCA, Spirit Club. ROBERT K. RICHMOND - B.S. Chemical Engineering, Norwood, O. -- AIChE. ROBERT E. RICHTER - B.S. General Studies, Cincin- nati, O. CHARLES W. RIDDELL JR. - B.A. American History, Newport, Ky. - SEA, CCF, Wesley Founda- tion. JUDITH A. RIDDLE -- B.A. History, Cincinnati, O. - SEA, Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa Delta Pi. LARRY 3. RIISDLEBARGER -- B.B.A. Accounting, Milford, . - AM. GERALDINE C. RIECHMAN -- B.A. Math, B.S. Ed- ucation, Cincinnati, O. JAMES D. RIEHL - B.S. Arch- itecture, Louisville, Ky. - AIA. NANCY J. RIEHLE - B.S. Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - KP Club, YWCA. JUDITH L. RINGSHAUSER - B.S. Nursing, Cheviot, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta, SNO, Lutheran Foundation, Alpha Alpha Pi. ELVIRA L. RINGWALD - B.S. Nursing, St. Bernard, O. - Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, Penguins, AWS fRec. Sec., Pres.J, N8LH Trib. CSec.J, SNO, Alpha Alpha Pi CPledge Tr.J, Cincinnatus, Guidon, Mortar Board, Jr. Advisor, Greek Week CCO-Chrm.J, WUS tChrm.J. JOSEPH A. RIOPELLE - B.S. Metallurgical Engineer- ing, Toledo,.O. - ASM, ASTM, Alpha Tau Omega, Al- pha Chi Sigma. DAVID H. RITTER - B.B.A. Finance, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu QTreas.J, IFC, Met- ro, Cincinnatus, Social Board tTreas., Pres.J, Bus. Ad. Trib., Men's Advisory, WUS. DANIEL J. ROBB -- B.B.A. Finance, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Tau Delta. DANIEL A. ROBERTS -- B.A. Sociology, Youngstown, O. - Cheerleader, Hillel, Sociology Club. JANICE M. ROBERTS -- Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. RONALD W. ROBERTS - B.B.A. Management, Piqua, O. - Wesley Foundation, Rifle Team, Scabbard Sc Blade, Pershing Rifles. CAROL A. ROCCA - B.B.A. Marketing, Cin- cinnati, O. - Pi Chi Epsilon, Coep Club, YWCA. FRANCES H. ROCKWOOD - B.S. Education, B.F.A. Art Education, Cincinnati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha, Sail- ing Club, Jr. Advisor. KENNETH D. RODGERS - B.S. Botany, Norwood, O. NANCY E. ROESNER - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. - Trianon, Alpha Lambda Delta, Coep Club. IRENE D. ROGERS - B.S. Nursing, To- ledo, O. - Chi Omega, YWCA, SNO, LHA. MARJORIE L. ROHR - B.S. Secondary Education Cincinnati, O. JUDITH A. ROLFERT - B.S. Physical Education, Cincinnati, O. - Arete, WAA. HAROLD W. ROMINGER - B.S. Architecture, Cincinnati, O. - AIA, DAA Trib. JEANETTE ROSE - B.S. Business Education, Norwood, O. - Bus. Educ. Club. STUART A. ROSE - B.A. Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. - Pi Lambda Phi CSec., Treas., Pledge Tr., Pres.j, Al- pha Chi Sigma, Bridge Club CPres.J, News Record, Hil- lel, IFC, Men's Advisory. PEGGY ROSENBERG - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. - Bus. Ad. Trib. CSec.J, Sophos Court, Alpha Lambda Delta. ROBERT H. ROS- ENZWEIG - B.S. Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. BARRY M. ROSS - B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, 0. - News Record CPhotograherJ. LYNNE C. ROTH - B.S. Primary Education, Cincin nati O. - Ivy Chain, Jr. Advisor, Univ. Coll. Trib. CSec.J WALTER C. ROTH - B.S. Industrial Management Evansville, Ind. - Sigma Phi Epsilon, SAM. MARY C ROTSCHING - Assoc. Bus. Ad., Cincinnati, O. - Co- ep Club. BRUCE E. ROTTE - B.A. Economics, Cin- cinnati, O. - Golf, Beta Theta Pi CRec. Sec.J. JUDITH A. ROUTZONG - B.S. Education, B.F.A. Art, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma CCor. Sec.D, Pershing Rides Sponsor, Jr. Advisor. MARGARET C. ROWAN - B.A. History, Cincinnati, O. DONALD B. RUBEN - J.D. Law, Bexley, O. -- Phi Delta Phi. EARL L. RUDISELL -- B.S. Secondary Education, Cin- cinnati, O. KAREN J . RUEHL - B.S. Primary Education, Garden City, N.Y. - Educ. Trib., Kappa Alpha Theta. GRAYCE M. RUEHLMAN - B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. BONNIE L. RUNTZ - B.S. Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. -- Chemistry Club. RICHARD L. RUSHING - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. -- American Commons Club, Band. CHARLES M. RUSSAKOV - B.B.A. Marketing, Nor- walk, O. - Men's Dorm Council, IRHC QTreas.J, So- cial Bd. CTreas.J. NANCY R. RUSSELL - B.S. Medi- cal Technology, Cincinnati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha. PATRICK A. RUSSO - B.S. Metallurgical Engineering, Struthers, O. - ASM, AIChE, AIME, ASTM. ANITA C. RUTMAN - B.S. Education, B.A. Spanish, Cincin- nati, O. - Sigma Delta Pi CPres.J. SANDRA L. RUWE - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. PATRICIA A. RYAN - B.S. Education, B.A. English, Cincinnati, O. - Cincinnatian, Pi Delta Epsilon CSec.- Treas.J, Penguins, WAA, Ivy Chain, SEA. WILLIAM SAAR - B.B.A. Marketing, Milwaukee, Wis. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon. STEVELLEN SAKSA - B.A. Zoology, Cincinnati, O. - Sailing Club. JEAN A. SALATIN - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. JOHN T. SALE - B.B.A. Accounting, Danville, Ind. - Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi CTreas.J, Glee Club. MAUREEN R. SAND - B.S. Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - SE Club. ROBERT C. SAND - B.B.A. Marketing, Ft. Thomas, Ky. - Delta Sigma Pi. JOHN L. SANDER - B.F.A. Radio-Television, Cin- cinnati, O. - WFIB CGen'l. Mgr.J. DONALD L. SANDERS - Assoc. Science, Lockland, O. RONALD J. SANDO - B.S. Industrial Management, Cincinnati, O. NORMAN R. SANFORD - B.S. Electrical Engi- neering, Piqua, O. - Delta Tau Delta, Band, Kappa Eappga Psi, Men's Advisory, Band Council CTreas., res. . THOMAS G. SANNING - B.S. Zoology, Cincinnati, O. - Caducea. FRED P. SANSONE -- B.A. Psycholo- gy, Cincinnati, O. - Newman Club fVice-Pres.J. GER- ALD E. SAPADIN - B.B.A. Finance, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu CVice-Priorj, Swimming, Sr. Social Bd., Men's Advisory, Metro. JUDITH A. SARLES - Assoc. Science, Norwood, O. - Delta Zeta. .. 0 .. .wana "if leisfi? .-tv ,, . 1 :. , '.: .s ?:s" 'i 'I H1551 . '- .,. . .,, . ,. .. ,,,,.., .m,,,,.,,........ . . , , aw .- --sy .V sf-.I 1 gist-11.2.1 . f 'f a , :., ' .. .. . .5 www. a www ?E2mm.,. !s2,'fZ--f . : v t. tt Xi N 3 . Mk Q W 153' 95 5 X 3 ,. , .J , gg, 55... -. 45535555 1" Q.: .twat isa .Lp zssaflvfii 11.-nm. W--,twrff K , ...Ht f ,. . ...fri .5 .,,,.1 ,. . fa- f 1. f. sa. . . as . Q 'mf .f,- A t . H V we A EE, , ii, . ,, .S - .X 3, si? as , M17 Q M X. eff? A A tm. UL.h. F55 is I 1 . 1964 GRADUATES BONNIE C. SAUER - B.S. Home Economics, Cincin- nati, O. - Home Ec. Trib. tTreas.J, Home Ec. Club CPres.J. GAIL J. SAUER - B.S. Medical Technology, Cincinnati. O. - Student Directory, YWCA. HARRY R. SAULSBURY - B.S. Elementary Education, Cincin- nati, O. - Glee Club, S-E Club. DENNIS G. SAYMEN - B.S. Zoology, Beckley, W. Va. - Alpha Epsilon Pi, Hillel. MARY JEAN SCANLAN - B.S. Costume Design, Cin- cinnati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha, Panhell tSec.J, SLS. NANCY SCARBOROUGH - Assoc. Bus. Ad., Hamil- ton, O. GENE E. SCHAEFER - LD. Law, Middle- town, O. - Phi Alpha Delta. WILLIAM E. SCHAFFER JR B.S. Mechanical Engineering Cleveland O. ASME i i JOANNE M. SCHAUB - Assoc. Art, Cincinnati, O. J. STEPHEN SCHAUDER - B.B.A. Accounting, Cin- cinnati, O. MARTIN F. SCHEIDER III - B.S. Second- ary Education, Springfield, O. - Pershing Riiles, Seab- bard and Blade, Bus. Educ. Club. ROYDEN T. SCHENZ - B.S. Architecture, Barberton, O. - Lambda Chi Alpha, AIA, Fr. Football, Intramurals, Mummers, Tau Sigma. DONNA M. SCHEPER - Assoc. Bus. Ad., Cincinnati, O. KENNETH J. SCHILLING - B.S. Chemistry, Cin- cinnati, O. - Chemistry Club, Chess Club. CAROL A. SCHIMPF - Assoc. Science Home Economics, Nor- wood, O. - Newman Club. MICHAEL P. SCHIRA - B.S. Aerospace Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Tau Beta Pi, AIAA, Kitty Hawk. JUDITH A. SCHLOTMAN -- B.S. Costume Design, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta. HERMAN F. SCHLUETER - B.S. Industrial Management, Cincin- nati, O. JANET E. SCHMIDT - B.S. Primary Educa- tion, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta tPres.J, YWCA tSoph. Councilj, K-P Club. SANDRA C. SCHMIDT - B.S. Advertising Design, Cheviot, O. - Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Phi Delta. CECELIA M. SCHNEIDER - B.S. Nursing, Cincinnati, O. - N 8L H Fr. Class Pres., N 8L H Soph. Class Pres., YWCA, NSLH Trib., LHA. ERIC SCHNEIDER - B.F.A. Radio and TV, Cincinnati, O. JOYCE A. SCHO- ENBERGER - B.S. Medical Technology, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Chi Omega CTreas., Vice Pres.J, Alpha Lambda Delta CVice Pres.J, WAA, SRC, REP tChrm.J, Mortar Board tPres.J, Guidon, Newman Club. SUE B. SCHOENFELD -- B.F.A. Art, B.S. Education, Valley Stream, N. Y. - Sigma Delta Tau, Hillel. RUTH E. SCHOTT - B.S. Elementary Education, Cin- cinnati, O. - Glee Club, Cincinnatian, Kappa Delta Pi. SUSAN SCHOTT - B.A. Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - Sociology Club. VICTOR A. SCI-IRAND - B.S. Elec- trical Engineering, Cheviot, O. CAROL K. SCHRECK- ENGOST - B.S. Primary Education, Bruin, Pa. - K-P Club YWCA, Trianon CCor. Sec.J. PENNY M. SCHRODER - Assoc. Bus. Ad., So. Ft. Mitchell, Ky. DOUGLAS J. SCHROEDER - B.S. Elec- trical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. HELGA SCHROED- ER - B.A. German, B.S. Education, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA, SE Club, Delta Phi Alpha CCor. Sec.J, Delta Delta Delta. JAMES R. SCHROEDER - B.S. Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O. JANET L. SCHROEDER - B.S. Nursing, Parkersburg, W. Virginia - AWS, WAA. LHA, Alpha Delta Pi tTreas., Chap.l. PAUL N. SCHROEDER - B.B.A. Management. Rochester. Ind. - Lambda Chi Alpha, Baseball. WILLIAM P. SCHROEDER - B.S. Deaf-Ed- ucation, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, tPres.J, SEA tTreas.J, Kappa Delta Pi, Men's Advisory, News Record. JAMES J. SCHROER - B.S. Physical Educa- tion, Cincinnati, O. - ULEX, Football Tr. ROBERT T. SCHROER - B.B.A. Management, Cin- cinnati, O. - ULEX. JOHN T. SCHROTEL - J.D. Law, Cincinnati, O. - Pi Alpha Delta. HAROLD A. SCHUCK - B.B.A. Management, Cincinnati, O. - Track, Cross Country tCo-Capt.J, Sigma Nu. EDWARD A. SCHULTE - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. THOMAS G. SCHUMACHER - B.B.A. Accounting, Southgate, Ky. ARTHUR E. SCHUTTE - B.B.A. Ac- counting, Bellevue, Ky. DAVID E. SCHWAB - B.S. Management. North Canton, O. - Sigma Iota Epsilon, SAM. ROGER H. SCHWARTZ - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Pi Kappa Alpha, Omicron Delta Kap- pa tTreas.J, Sophos, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sig- ma, Bus. Ad. Trib., Student Council. WILBERT F. SCHWARTZ - B.B.A. Accounting, Glen- dale, O. - Men's Advisory, CAP, Beta Alpha Psi CTreas., Vice-Pres.J, Theta Chi, tTreas.J. DAVID H. SCHWEIKERT - B.S. Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - ASCE, ASTM. ALAN M. SCOLNICK - M.D. Medicine, Cleveland, O. FREDERICK S. SCOTT - B.S. Architecture, St. Louis, Miss. - Sigma Chi, CAB, AIA, ULEX, IFC, DAA Trib. HENRY E. SEBASTIAN - B.S. General Studies, Cov- ington, Ky. ANGELO L. SEDA - B.B.A. Accounting, New York, N.Y. WILLIAM J. SEDGWICK - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Sigma Pi. THOMAS D. SEIFERT - B.B.A. Finance, Cincinnati, O. - Beta Theta Pi CPres.l. Bus. Ad. Trib. CVice-Pres., Pres.J, Student Council, IFC, Student Di- rectory, YMCA, Men's Advisory, GGG. ROGER C. SEIFRIED - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Newport, Ky. - Triangle CCor. Secretary, Co-pledge Tr.j, Eng. Trib. CTreas.l, Student Council, Coop Engi- neer. HELEN A. SEKINGER - B.A. Political Science, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma, CVice-Pres., Pres.J, Guidon, Mortar Board, Cincinnatus, Social Board, CSec. Vice-Presj, Junior Advisors AWS, WUS, Panhell, Jr. Prom Court, ROTC Band Queen. PAUL D. SELANDER - B.B.A. Marketing, Hamilton, O. - Delta Tau Delta, Men's Advisory. HARMON B. SELBST - B.A. Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu. GINA ANN SELMAN -- B.A. Philosophy, Glen Ellyn, Ill. - Delta Delta Delta, Penguins. YUSUF F. SEL- MAN - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Mansfield, O. DI- ANA T. SHADE - B.S. Nursing, Cincinnati, O. ROB- ERT E. SHADE - B.S. Zoology, Fairborn, O. - Alpha Epsilon Pi CSec., Pledge Tr.J, Intramurals. MELANIE SHAFFER - B.A. Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Chi Omega. YWCA, Sociology Club, News Rec- ord. AMIN M, SHAFIE - B.S. Math, Ranallah, Jordan. JON A. SHANK - B.S. Business Education, Elizabeth, Penn. - ULEX Football, Sigma Phi Epsilon. SALLY A. S-I-IQNNON - Nursing, Portsmouth, O. -- LHA, N8LH ri . 1964 GRADUATES SHARON K. SHANNON - B.S. Secondary Education. Hillsboro. O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma. Huber Hall. ROBERT J. SHAPIRO - B.A. Psychology. Akron. O. FRANKLYN L. SHAUT - B.S. Secondary Education. Mohawk. N.Y. - Football. Wrestling. Phi Epsilon Kap- pa. Sigma Sigma. Porpoise. Educ. Trib.. Ulex. HARREL E. SHAW - B.F.A. Radio-TV, Cincinnati, O. - Rho Tau Delta, WFIB Staff. JOANNE M. SHEETS - B.S. Elementary Education. Cincinnati. O. CECIL S. SHERK - M.D. Medicine. Dayton. O. MURRAY S. SHERMAN - B.S. Chemical Engineering. New Philadelphia. O. - Tau Beta Pi. AIChE. DOUGLAS K. SHEROW - B.B.A. Marketing. Indianapolis. Ind. - Men's Res. Hall. SAM. LILLIAN B. SHERWIN -H B.A. English. Cincinnati. O. ROBERT G. SHERWOOD - B.S. Mechanical Engi- neering. Cincinnati. O. - Phi Delta Theta. DONALD M. SHILESKY - B.S. Biology. Akron. O. - Track. Caducea. Pi Lambda Phi. DENNIS J. SHOEMAKER - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Marion. O. -- AIEE, Intra- murals. CYNTHIA E. SHOR - B.A. History. Cincinnati. O. - Phi Alpha Theta. GEORGE G. SHRIVE - B.S. Phar- macy. Amelia. O. - Kappa Psi CTreas.l. APhA. ROGER A. SHORT - B.S. Architecture. Louisville. Ky. SUE SHORT - B.A. History. Cincinnati. O. JO-ANN SHUPACK - B.S. Secondary Education. Red Bank. N. J. - Cincinnatian. WUS, Spirit Club, Sigma Delta Tau. BARBARA S. SHURE - B.S. Deaf Educa- tion. Cincinnati. O. - Jr. Panhell. Jr. Advisor. Kappa Delta Pi. Hillel. Sigma Delta Tau CVice-Pres.l. NELLIE SIDENSTICK - B.A. English. Cincinnati. O. - Alpha Delta Pi. SHEILA C. SIEFERT - B.B.A. Secretarial. Cincinnati. O. - Alpha Delta Pi CVice-Pres.. Pledge Tr.D. Jr. Panhell. House Pres. Coun.. Pi Chi Epsilon CVice-Pres.l. Jr. Advisor. Ivy Chain. WAA. CARL W. SIEGRIST - M.D. Medicine. Cincinnati. O. CAROLYN L. SILER -- B.S. Elementary Education. Cincinnati. O. - Kappa Delta. JAMES H. SILER - B.S. Industrial Management. Cincinnati. O. - Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. iPledge Tr.. Vice-Presb. YMCA. Jr. Class Treas.. Student Council. Sophos CPres.J. Omicron Delta Kappa iVice-Pres.l. Sigma Sigma CSec.J. Sigma Iota Epsilon CTreas.l. Cincinnatus. HARVEY SILVER - B.A. Psychology. Akron. O. - Pi Lambda Phi QVice- Presj. IFC. ANALDA J. SIMMONS - B.S. Primary Education. Cincinnati. O. - Home Ec. Club. K-P Club. Delta Sig- ma Theta QCor. Sec.l. AWS. ROBERT L. SIMPSON - J.D. Law. Cincinnati. O. WAYNE L. SINK - B.S. Electrical Engineering. Middletown, O. - IEEE. Men's Advisory. ROLAND T. SKEEL - M.D. Medicine. Cin- cinnati. O. JEANETTE SKINKLE - B.S. Nursing. Loveland. O. - Kappa Alpha Theta. SNO. LHA. Sig Ep Queen of Hearts. SANDRA L. SLOAN -- B.F.A. Art. B.S. Educa- tion. Cincinnati. O. - Delta Delta Delta. DAA Trib. ALICE T. SMITH - B.S. Elementary Education. Cin- cinnati. O. - Delta Sigma Theta CTreas.. Chapj. West- minster Foundation. Pyramids LTreas.l. WEEP lExec. Bdj. CARLOS C. SMITH - J.D. Law. Chattanooga. Tenn. - Student Bar Assn. CPres.J. Phi Delta Phi. CHARLES J. SMITH - B.S. Industrial Management. Washington. W. Va. -- Acacia. ASCE. YMCA. COR- VVIN M. SMITH - M.D. Medicine. Dayton. O. DON- ALD R. SMITH - B.A. English. Cincinnati. O. HELAINE M. SMITH - B.S. Fashion Design. Batavia. Ohio. JAMES S. SMITH - J.D. Law. Dayton. O. - Stud. Bar Assn. tTreas.J. JOHN A. SMITH - M.D. Medicine. Cincinnati. O. - Phi Delta Epsilon. KENNETH W. SMITH - B.A. Math. Cincinnati. O. - Theta Chi tPledge Marshall. Vice-Pres.J. Men's Advisory. WUS. Glee Club CTreas.. Pres.J. Mummers. LARRY A. SMITH - B.B.A. Management. Dayton. O. - Acacia CVice-Pres.D, SAM. MOVIE F. SMITH JR. - B.S. Physical Education. Mid- land. Pa. - Football. Wrestling. Kappa Alpha Psi. PENELOPE A. SMITH - B.S. Medical Technology, Cincinnati. O. WILLIAM SMITH JR. - B.B.A. Account- ing. Cincinnati. O. MADELYN SMOTHERS - B.S. Elementary Education. Cincinnati. O. - Pyramids. Del- ta Sigma Theta. BEVERLY A. SNAPP - B.S. Nursing. Bradenton. Fla. - Band. Wesley Foundation. JULIANNE SNARR - B.S. Speech and Hearing Therapy. Cincinnati. O. - Kap- pa Alpha Theta. Rush Aide. Homecoming Queen. DAVID W. SNIVELY - B.S. Mechanical Engineering. Lordstown. O. - ASME. NORBERT E. SNOW -- B.S. Accounting. Cincinnati. O. DANIEL H. SNYDER - B.S. Chemistry. Cincinnati. O. - Band. Chemistry Club. RICHARD SNYDER -- J.D. Law. Cincinnati. O. - Student Court. Student Bar Assn., Phi Alpha Delta. MARK G. SOLLEK - B.S. Zoology. Cincinnati. O. - A815 Trib. tPres.J. IFC. Stu- dent Council. Phi Eta Sigma tPres.J. Sigma Alpha Mu. Men's Advisory. THOMAS A. SOMERFIELD - B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Glenshaw. Pa. - Alpha Sigma Phi, ASME. IFC. SONIA SONDERGELT -- B.S. Primary Education. Xenia. O. - Band, Tau Beta Sigma tTreas.J. K-P Club. CHARLES B. SONENSHEIN - B.A. Math. Cincinnati. O. JAY F. SONNANSTINE - B.B.A. Management and Finance, Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. - Alpha Tau Omega. Men's Advisory. IFC. ROBERT E. SOUTHALL - B.S. Metallurgical Engineering. Centerville. Pa. - ASM CTreas.J, ASTM. CHARLES D. SPEER - B.F.A. Radio and TV. Cin- cinnati. O. -- Rho Tau Delta. WFIB Announcer. CUR- TIS H. SPENNY '- B.S. Mechanical Engineering. Hamilton. O. -- Tau Beta Pi. Pi Tau Sigma. DONALD S. SPENSER - B.S. Industrial Management. Cincinnati. O. SUE A. SPERBER - B.S. Elementary Education. Cincinnati, O. THOMAS W. SPERBER - B.B.A. Marketing. Cincin- nati, O. - Phi Delta Theta. THOMAS L. SPICKER - B.S. Mechanical Engineering. Cincinnati. O. JAMES D. SPINNENWEBER - B.S. Architecture, Cincinnati. O. - Phi Kappa Theta CRec. Sec.l. NAHB. Tau Sigma tVice Pres.J, AIA. Young Reps. JEFFREY G. SPRAG- ENS - B.A. Political Science. Cincinnati. O. - Delta Lliau IJelta, YMCA, Young Reps., Intramurals, YAF res. . 'J 1964 GRADUATES DAVID A. SPREEN - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Beta Alpha Psi, Sigma Iota Epsilon. JOYCE P. SPRITZER - B.S. Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Delta Tau QTreas.J, Kappa Delta Pi, AWS. SHERRY L. STANKORB - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, PHYLLIS STARNBACH - B.S. Speech Therapy, Cin- innati, O. ARTHUR F. STARR - B.A. Political Science, Lyn- book, N.Y. - Hillel CPres.J, Alpha Epsilon Pi CVice Pres., Pres.J. PHILIP B. STARR - B.B.A. Marketing, Troy, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HERSHEL W. STATHAM - B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. ROB- ERT R. STAUB - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. NANCY R. STEELE - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta, Co-ep Club. BARBARA A. STEELMAN - B.A. English, B.S. Education, Cincin- nati, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi CSec.J, Jr. Advisor. CAROL E. STEIN - B.A. History, Cincin- nati, O. - Sigma Delta Tau CPres.J, Jr. Advisors. CChrm.D, Mortar Board, Guidon, AWS, Panhellenic, Phi Alpha Theta, Cincinnatus. BARRY H. STEINBERG - B.S. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. WILLIAM J. STEPHAN - B.F.A. Radio and TV, Reading, Q. - WFIB. TERRY L. STEPHENS - B.S. Nursing, Parkersburg, W. Va. - NH Trib,, SNO, LHA. MARLENE V. STERN -- B.S. Speech and Hearing Therapy, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi. MILTON R. STERN - J.D. Law, Cincinnati, O. JAMES M. STEVENS - B.S. Secondary Education, Covington, Ky. - Kappa Kappa Psi, Band. DEANNA L. STEVENSON - B.S. Nursing, Lincoln, Neb. - SRC, Wesley Found., SNO, YWCA, LHA tSec.J. ROGER S. STILES - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. JOHN S. STITH -- J.D. Law, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Alpha Delta, Stud. Bar Assoc. CVice Pres.J, Law Review CEd. in Chiefj. DORIS A. STIVENDER - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. DOROTHY A. STIVENDER - Assoc. Arts, Cincin- nati, O. JERRY STJVERS - B.S. Electrical Engineer- ing, Cincinnati, O. - YMCA, IEEE, SRC tVice Pres., TFCHS-J, REW, CSO CPres.. Treash. ELMORF J. ST. MARTIN - B.S. Industrial Management, Cincinnati, O. MARY M. STOPPELMAN - B.S. Interior Design, Dayton, O. - Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Phi Delta, NSID, AID. KENNETH A. STOUTENBOROUGH - B.S. Zoology, Solon, O. - Phi Delta Theta. ROBERT STRAM -- B.S. Industrial Management, Stamford, Conn. MICHAEL J. STRAUS - B.B.A. Finance, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Mu. SHEILA J. STUCKEY - B.A. History, Cincinnati, O. -Trianon CSec.J, United S' id. Fell. CVice Pres.D, WAA. MARY A. STUEBING - B.S. Nursing, Girard, O. - SNO, BENJAMIN C. STULL - B.S. Chemical Engineering, Newport, Ky. - Phi Kappa Tau CVice Pres.J, IFC. LISBETH C. SUNDERLAND - B.S. Nurs- ing, Memphis, Tenn. - Kappa Kappa Gamma, Penguins, WAA, LHA. LOIS I. SWARTZBAUGH - B.S. Nursing, Spring- field, O. - NSLH Fr. Class Treas., LHA. N8cH Trib., Al- pha Alpha Pi, NKH Sr. Class Pres. PAMELA L. SWARTZEL - B.F.A. Radio and TV, Dayton. O. - Rho Tau Delta tCor. Sec.J. CCM Yearbook tCo-Ed.J, CCM Stud. Senate. STEPHAN E. SWAY - B.S. Chem- istry, Cincinnati. O. - Sigma Alpha Mu, Hillel, Phi Eta Sigma. RICHARD V. SWISSHELM JR..- B.S. Civil Engineering, Hillsboro, O. - ASCE, ACHC121- PETROS G. SYNADINOS - Assoc. Science Mechan- ical Engineering. Cincinnati. O. - Alpha Sigma Lamb- da. RONALD L. TARVIN - B.S. Mechanical Engi- neering. Cincinnati, O. - Pi Tau Sigma, ASME. EARL R. TAYCE Jr. - B.S. Marketing, Cincinnati, O. DEN- NIS P. TAYLOR - B.A. Political Science, Cincinnati, O. - Mummers tBus. Mgr.J, News Record. JAMES R. TAYLOR - B.S. Architecture. Dayton. O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tennis, Football, Scarab, AIA. JAY G. TAYLOR -- B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Bloomington, Ind. - Eng. Trib. tPres.D. Triangle tVice Pres.J. Co-op Engineer, Scabbard and Blade, Pi Tau Sig- ma, Pi Delta Epsilon. JEAN E. TAYLOR - Assoc. Science. Cincinnati. O. RALPH C. TAYLOR. Jr. - B.S. Electrical Engineerin Cincinnati O Tau Beta Pi g. . - 1 4 . Eta Kappa Nu, Pershing Rifles. Scabbard and Blade. IEEE. EDWARD W. TENKMAN - B.S. Marketing, St. Ber- nard, O. EDWARD R. TEPE - J.D. Law, Norwood, O. - Law Soph Class Pres.. Stud. Bar Assoc.. Phi Delta Phi CVice Pres.J. RICHARD I. TEPERSON - M.D.. Cincinnati, O. - Phi Chi. SAMA. GUNARS F. TERAUDS - B.B.A. Management. Indian Hill. O, - SAM, Swimming, Porpoise tVice Pres.J. ROBERT J. TERHAR - B.S. Chemistry, Ketchikan, Alaska - Newman Club. BARBARA D. TEVIS - B.S. Elementary Education. Cincinnati, O. - Delta Sigma Theta. FAITH L. THOMPSON - B.S. Primary Educa- tion. Cincinnati. O. - Westminster. Found. FRANCES D. THOMPSON - B.S. Nursing. Ashland, Ky. - West- minster Found., YWCA, SNO, LHA. JUDITH K. THOMPSON - B.S. Fashion Design, Cin- cinnati. O. - Kappa Delta, WAA. Penguins, AWS. NANCY L. THOMPSON - B.A. Psychology, Cincin- nati, O. - Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA. SARAH L. THORNBURY - B.S. Education, BFA. Birmingham, Mich. -- Theta Phi Alpha. HUGH P. THORNTON. JR. - B.S. Industrial Design, Newfoundland, N. J. - Kitty Hawk, Phi Kappa Theta. JAMES R. THORNTON - B.B.A. Management, Cin- cinnati. O. - Theta Chi. DAVID O. THROCKMOR- TON - B.A. Math, Georgetown, O. EDWIN H. TIE- MEYER - B.A. Management, Cincinnati. O. - Sigma Nu tSec., Treas.J. MATTHEW S. TIERNEY - B.F.A. Radio and TV. Charleston, W. Va. - CCM Fr. Class Pres., WFIB CSales Mgr.J. DANIEL B. TIPTON - B.S. Metallurgical Engineer- ing. Ironton, O. - ASM. GWENDOLYN C. TIPTON - B.S. Speech and Hearing Therapy, Hamilton, O. - Cheerleader, Delta Sigma Theta tVice Pres., Pres.J, Pyramids, Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi, SUE E. TOBIN - B.A. General Art, Brookville, O. - Delta Delta Delta. Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Phi Delta. Soph Class Vice Pres.. Goddess of Greeks. GORDON R. TOD - B.S. Mechanical Engineering. Fremont. O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma. Porpoise, Swim Team. 1964 GRADUATES ROBERT E. TODD - B.S. Architecture, Cincinnati, O. ALLAN C. TOEPFER - B.S. Mechanical Engineer- ing, Cincinnati, O. - Theta Chi. CAROL A. TOM- FORD - B.A. History, Lima, O. - Glee Club, Mum- mers. ROBERT R. TOMS - B.S. Management, Forest Park, O. DIANE K. TONKIN - B.S. Elementary Education, Withamsville, O. - YWCA, SE Club. JOSEPH W. TONWEBER - B.S. Civil Engineering, Allentown, Penn. - Chi Epsilon, RICHARD E. TOPEL - B.A. Zoology, Cincinnati, O. - Bridge Club, Caducea. JOHN A. TOPINKA JR. - M.D. Medicine, Cleveland, O. DOROTHY M. TOPPER - B.B.A. Marketing, Cincin- nati, O, - Co-ep Club CVice-Pres.J, Spirit Club. GEORGE A. TOTH - B.S. Advertising, Litchfield, Mich. MARY A. TRACY - B.S. Primary Education. Cincinnati, O. - KP Club, Theta Phi Alpha. DAVID C. TRIMMER -- B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Hamil- ton, O. - ASME, ASTM. FRANKLIN E. TROUTVINE - B.S. Electrical Engi- neering - Middletown, O. - Triangle, Glee Club. GARY L. TRUSTY - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Xenia, O. - Alpha Tau Omega. CAROLE M. TUKE - B.A. General Art, Cincinnati, O. - Theta Phi Alpha, Rush Aide. JANICE K. TULICH - B.A. History, Cin- cinnati, O. - Newman Club, SRC. KEITH E. TUMULTY - B.S. Industrial Management, Reading, O. ANNETTE G. TUPMAN - B.S. Primary Education, South Fort Mitchell, Ky. - Alpha Gamma Delta fPres.D, YWCA, Mummers. SHERYL M. TUREST - B.A. Psychology, San Diego, Cal. ROBERT H. KHSNER -- B.S. Architecture, Indianapolis, Ind. - JOE F. TUTTLE - B.S. Industrial Management, Cin- cinnati, O. -- Theta Chi fPres., Vice-Pres.J, Band, SAM, IFC, Social Bd., CAP, GGG. BARBARA J. TWEHUES -- B.S. Elementary Education, Milford, O. - Kappa Delta Pi. CLEMENS J. UHLHORN - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - Phi Kappa Tau CCor. Sec., Rec. Sec.J. INGRID J. ULLBERG - B.S. Primary Education, Mariemont, O. - KP Club, Ludlow Hall Uudic. Chrm.J. ROCHELLE J. ULRICH - B.S. Nursing - West Alex- andria, O. - UCCF, AWS, LHA, Debators, SRC CCor. Sec.J. GEORGE R. UNRINE - B.S. Physics, Cin- cinnati, O. RAYMOND J. USELL JR. - B.S. Metal- lurgical Engineering - Saonburg, Penn. - ASM tPres.J, ASTM. CAROLYN J. UTIGARD - B.F.A. Architec- ture, B.S. Education, Indianapolis, Ind. - Alpha Lamba Delta, Delta Phi Delta tCorr. Sec.J, Kappa Delta Pi, SEA. CHARLES R. UTZ - B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Hebron, Ky. - ASME. MARJORIE P. VANCE - B.S. Elementary Education, Smithfield, Penn. - Kappa Kap- pa Gamma, YWCA. CURTIS W. VAN DE MARK - B.S. Commerce, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Sigma Phi. JAMES H. VANDERPOOL - B.S. General Studies, Cincinnati, O. WILLIAM R. VAN DUSEN - B.S. Mechanical Engi- neering, Corning, N. Y. - ASME. NANCY L. VAN EPPS - B.S. Home Economics. Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Kappa Gamma, Home Ec. Club, Penguins, WAA. JAMES VAN METER - Assoc. Commerce, Coving- ton, Ky. RAYMOND J. VEDDER -- B.S. Management. Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Kappa Psi, NOMA. STUART A. VENDELAND - B.S. Zoology, Cincin- nati, O. - Theta Chi, YMCA, Porpoise Club. A. LEE VENEMAN - B.S. Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. CARL C. VITT - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O, BRUCE O. VOGELGESANG - B.S. Secondary Education, Canton. O. - Football, Phi Delta Theta tSec.J, Ulex, Sigma Sigma. PAUL VOGELGESANG - B.S. Math, Jeifersonville, Ind. - Sigma Phi Epsilon, News Record, Pi Delta Epsi- lon. LLOYD F. VORDENBERG -- B.S. Secondary Ed- ucation, Cincinnati, O. - Asst. Athletic Tr., Bus. Ed. Club. PHILIP H. VORHERR - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Beta Alpha Psi, Newman Club CTreas.J. EDWARD C. VOSS - B.A. Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - Univ. Coll. Trib. tPres.J, Stud. Coun., News Record, Sociology Club CPres.J. ROBERT S. VOSS - B.S. Commerce. Cincinnati, O. CHRISTINE VULCHEFF - B.S. Elementary Educa- tion, Cincinnati, O. -- Mummers. JANE L. WAGNER - B.S. Home Economics, Mansfield, O. -- YWCA, Home Ec. Club. MARCIA A. WAGNER - B.S. Nurs- ing, Houston, Tex. - Chi Omega CSec.J, Bearkittens. LHA, Alpha Alpha Pi. MARCIA L. WAGNER - B.A. Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Delta Tau, Hillel, BONNIE R. WALBRUN - B.S. Costume Design, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Phi Delta. CECIL O. WALKER - B.B.A. Accounting, Cin- cinnati, O. - Beta Gamma Sigma tPres.D, Beta Alpha Psi. DONALD L. WALKER - B.A. Political Science. Cincinnati, O. STEPHEN A. WALKER - B.S. Aerospace Engineer- ing, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Alpha Psi CVice Pres.. Sec.J. STEPHEN T. WALKER - B.A. Personnel, Pick- erington, O. - Football CMgr.j, Westminster Found. SUZANNE G. WALKLEY - B.F.A., B.S. Education, Richmond, Ind. GEORGE W. WALLACE - B.S. Elec- trical Engineering, Butler, Penn. - IEEE. DAVID P. WALTER - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. MARY K. WALTER - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. NANCY WALTER - B.A. Classics, Cincinnati, O. JOHN A. WALTON - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Cin- cinnati, O. - AIEE, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE. ' NORBERT A. WALZ - B.F.A., B.S. Education, Cin- cinnati, O. RONALD A. WARD - B.S. Geology, Cin- cinnati, O. CONSTANCE WARNER - B.S. Elemen- tary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Panhellenic. INEZ M. WASH- ABAUGH - B.S. Nursing, Jackson, O. -- Glee Club. Cincinnatian, Wesley Found., NH Jr. Class Vice Pres. :?J'?F . . .. ,X 5 K 1964 GRADUATES EVELYN M. WASSON - B.S. Special Education, Cin- cinnati, O. CAROL H. WATANABE -- B.S. Physical Education, Cincinnati, O. -- ARETE CVice-Pres., Pres.J, WAA, Educ. Trib. AWS, CChapJ, Guidon CChapJ, Ivy Chain, Jr. Advisor. ADALINE Y. WATKINS - B.A. Political Science, Kettering, O. - Ludlow Hall CSec.J, English Club. STANLEY P. WATKINS Jr. - Medicine, Franklin, O. - Pi Kappa Epsilon, Nu Sigma Nu. FRED R. WATSON - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. JANE E. WATTS - B.S. Nursing, Cincinnati, O. JEROME J. WEBER - B.B.A. Management, Cincin- nati, O. - ULEX, Football, Phi Delta Theta. NICH- OLAS E. WEBER - B.S. Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. STEPHEN K. WEBER - B.A. History, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, Phi Alpha Theta, News Record CSports Ed.J. DANIEL W. WEDIG - B.S. Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. MELISSA A. WEEKLEY - M.D. Medicine, Shreve, O. JAMES B. WEILER -- B.B.A. Marketing, Dayton, O. - Sigma Phi Epsilon. HATTIE M. WEINSTEIN - B.S. Bacteriology, Rich- mond, Ind. - Chemistry Club, Caducea. LAWARENCE WEISER - B.A. Economics, Springfield, O. - Track, Westminster Found. EARL R. WEISKITTEL - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Beta Theta Pi. CTreas.J, IFC. JERRY A. WEISS - B.S. Zoology, Ashland, O. - Delta Tau Delta. JUDITH L. WEISS -- B.S. Medical Technology, Cin- cinnati, O. RUTH J. WEISS - B.S. Nursing, Cincin- nati, O. - NH Jr. Class Pres., NH Trib., Alpha Alpha Pi. JOSEPH V. WELLNITZ - B.A. Psychology, Louis- ville, Ky. - Acacia, Caducea, Spirit Club. JOHN R. WELLS - B.S. Architecture, Dayton, O. -- Scarab, AIA, Alpha Tau Omega, Tau Sigma, Intramurals. WOODY M. WELSH - B.S. Chemical Engineering, Bellaire, O. - AIChE, Triangle, QPres., Treas., Vice- Pres.J, IFC. JAMES A. WELTY - B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Dayton, O. - ASME, Band, Wesley Found., Kappa Kappa Psi. JOHN J. WENDLING - B.B.A. Accounting, Englewood, O. - Sigma Chi. PHILIP A. WENGER - B.S. Mathematics, Cincinnati, O. NANCY D. WENZEL -- B.A. English, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA, J r. Advisor, WAA, Panhell, Alpha Chi Omega. JOHN A. WERNER, III - B.S. Electrical Engi- neering, Bellbrook, O. KENNETH H. WERNICKE - B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. DONALD C. WESLEY - B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. - Kitty Hawk, Arn- old Air Society. MARTHA J. WESSEL - B.S. Home Economics, Cin- cinnati - Alpha Chi Omega, Honorary Cadet Colonel, Student Council KRec. Sec., Vice-Pres.J, Ivy Chain, Home Ec. Trib. CSec.J, Sr. Class Sec., Budget Bd., Jr. Advisor, Home Ec. Club, Cincinnatus. RONALD E. WESSEL - B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Ferguson, Miss. - Triangle, SAE, Coop. Engineer. STEPHEN M. WEST - B.B.A. Accounting, Owensville, O. - Beta Alpha Psi, YMCA. EILEEN WESTERHELWEG - Assoc. Arts, Cincinnati, O. DANIEL B. WHARTON - B.B.A. Accounting, Park- ersburg, W. Va. - Beta Alpha Psi, Bus. Ad. Trib., Pi Kappa Alpha CSec.J. GUY D. WHIPPLE, JR. - B.S. Civil Engineering, Bradford, Penn. - Chi Epsilon CPres.J, ASCE, ASTM. EDDY A. WHITE - B.S. Aero- space Engineering, Portsmouth, O. - AIAA, Tau Beta Pi CCCor. Sec.J. KATHLEEN E. WHITE - B.A. Soci- ology, Pueblo, Colo. - Social Bd. CSec.J, Panhell, AWS, Delta Delta Delta, House Pres. Coun. LINDA M. WHITE - B.A. English, Fort Thomas. Ky. - Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, Bearkittens, Spirit Club. FRANK A. WICHMANN, II - J.D. Law, Erlanger, Ky. ELDEN E. WICK - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Ray- land, O. - IEEE. WILLIAM J. WIEDEMER - B.B.A. Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Sigma Iota Epsilon. ROBERT H. WIEDENBEIN - B.S. General Studies, Milford, O. VERNON I. WIEGAND, JR. - B.B.A. Management, Cincinnati, O. ARTHUR D. WIESEHAHN - B.B.A. Accounting, Cincinnati, O. - Swimming, Por- poise Club. JAMES A. WIESENHAHN - B.B.A. Marketing, Cincinnati, O. - Intramurals. KATHY M. WIETHE - B.A. Sociology, Cincinnati, O. - Alpha Chi Omega, Young Dems, Sociology Club. BARBARA J. WIGGERT - B.S. Secondary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi, Bus Ed Club, SEA. JOYCE A. WILKENS - B.S. Fashion Design, Cincin- nati, O. RICHARD J. WILKS - B.S. Mechanical Engi- neering, Cincinnati, O. - OSPE CTreas.J, Co-op Engi- neer CAssoc. Ed.J, Triangle fPledge Tr.J, Stud. Coun., ASME CTreas.j, ASTM, Engineering Trib., Bd. Publi- cations. BARBARA T. WILLIAMS - B.S. Education, B.A. Eng- lish, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi, NEA CSec.J. BETTY J. WILLIAMS - B.S. Primary Education, Cin- cinnati, O. - KP Club. ELIZABETH S. WILLIAMS - B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. - Delta Delta Delta. JOHN R. WILLIAMS - B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Dayton, O. - Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma CTreas.J, Tau Beta Pi. JUDITH K. WILLIAMS - B.S. Nursing, Cincinnati. O. - LHA. LEON A. WILLIAMS - Assoc. Arts, Cin- cinnati, O. - Kappa Alpha Psi, Fr. Football, Pershing Rifles. RICHARD J. WILLIAMS - B.B.A. Manage- ment, Kettering, O. - YMCA, Mummers, Sigma Phi Epsilon lPledge Tr.J. RUSSEL L. WILLIAMS - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. - Univ. Coll. Trib., Men's Ad- visory. IRVIN H. WILLIS - M.D., Cincinnati, O. GEORGE WILSON - B.S. Secondary Education, Chicago, Ill. -- Basketball CCo-Capt.J, Kappa Alpha Psi CVice Pres., Pres.J, Metro. HAROLD L. WILSON - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - IEEE. WILBUR H. WIL- SON - M.D., Williamstown, Ky. THOMAS J. WINANS - B.B.A. Accounting, Lebanon. O. GERALD L. WINCHENBACH - B.S. Aerospace Engineering, Cincinnati, O. - AIAA. STEVEN F. WINDMUELLER - B.A. Political Science, Richmond, Va. - Hillel, Debaters CPres.J, Tau Kappa Alpha CSec.J. DAVID A. WINKELMAN - B.S. Industrial Manage- ment, Richmond, Ind. - Lambda Chi Alpha, SAM. s-at-Y-hh-.53 ml eff, 'Ui 1964 GRADUATES CAROL M. WINKLER - B.A. Psychology, Cincinnati, O. - Newman Club. RICHARD W. WISEMAN - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Hamilton, O. - Alpha Phi Omega CPres., Sec.-Treas.J, Arnold Air Society. TIMO- THY R. WISEMAN -B.S. Chemical Engineering, Hamilton, O. - AIChE, Alpha Chi Sigma CVice-Pres.J. CAROL L. WISSMAN - B.S. Home Economics, Cin- cinnati, O. - Home Ec. Club. ROBERT P. WIWI - B.S. Electrical Engineering, Cin- cinnati, O. -- IEEE CSec.-Treas.J. PEGGY C. WOEBER - B.S. Deaf Education, Cincinnati, O. - Newman Club. SUSAN E. WOLF - B.S. Primary Education, Cincin- nati, O. - GLEN H. WOLLENHAUPT - B.A. Psy- chology, Cincinnati, O. ROBERT B. WOOD - B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Newark, O. - Glee Club, Alpha Tau Omega, COOP Engineer, ASME. DONALD E. WOODIN Jr. - B.S. Advertising Design, Kenmore, N. Y. - Acacia. CARO- LYN A. WOODRUFF - B.S. Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. - Pi Chi Epsilon, fSec., Treas.J, Ivy Chain, Jr. Ad- visor, AWS, YWCA, Westminster Found., Chemistry Club. THOMAS A. WOODRUFF - B.S. Architecture, Winter Park, Fla. - AIA, Theta Chi. HOWARD WOODS - B.S. Chemistry, Cincinnati, O. - Science Club. SALLY A. WREN - B.A. American History, Cincinnati, O. DAVID G. WUEST - B.S. Civil Engineering, Cincinnati, O. BERYL A. WULFE- KAMP - B.S. Elementary Education, Cincinnati, O. - YWCA CSoph. Coun.J, Delta Delta Delta CSec.J. JOHN W. WURTS JR. - J.D. Law, Dayton, O. JOHN L. WYLER - B.S. Architecture, Cincinnati, O. - Scarab. SUE K. YARNELL - B.S. Home Economics, Cincinnati, O. - Home Ec. Trib. CVice-Pres.J Home Ec. Club, CSec.J. CHARLES G. YAUTZ - B.S. Advertis- ing Design, Cincinnati, O. ROBERT H. YELTON - B.S. Architecture, Cincinnati, O. - Scarab, AIA, Tau Sigma, Proof Press. CAROLYN A. YORK - B.S. Nursing, Cincinnati, O. - LHA. MADELINE YOST - B.S. Nursing, Cincinnati, O. MARVYN H. YOUKILIS - M.D. Medicine, Cincin- nati, O. - Phi Delta Epsilon CPres., Sec.J, Pi Kappa Epsilon. FRED J. YOUNG -- B.B.A. Finance, Cincinnati, O. - Beta Theta Pi, GGG. GAYLE A. YOUNG - Assoc. Science, Cincinnati, O. JUDITH A. YOUNG - B.S. In- terior Design, Cincinnati, O. - NSID CSec.J. ROBERT E. YOUNG - B.A. History, Dayton, O. - Lambda Chi Alpha tPres. Rush Chr.J. JEROME E. ZACK - B.F.A. Radio-TV, Palm Harbor, Fla. - CCM, WFLB fMgr.D. JOANNE L. ZAPPIN -- B.S. Primary Education, Cincinnati, O. - Kappa Delta Pi, NEA, WALTER D. ZEILER -J B.S. Commerce, Hamilton, O. DANNY J. ZERKEL - B.S. Education, B.F.A. Architecture, Cincinnati, O. DAVID ZEVAN - BS Electrical Engineering. Johnson City. N.Y. -- Acacia. IEEE. STEPHEN C. ZIEGLER - BA Economics. Cincinnati. O. - Beta Theta Pi. FREDERIC D. ZIEGLER - BA History. Cincinnati. O. - Sigma Alpha Mu. RONALD S. ZIMMERMAN -- BS Electrical Engineering. Cincinnati, O. - IEEE. MYRTLE C. ZITTLEMAN - BS Deaf Education, Cin- cinnati. O. MAUREEN J. ZWERIN - BA English, Cincinnati, O. Known as one of the largest and pnest municipal universities, the University of Cincinnati has not been content to rest on the laurels of her "Magic Namef' With a total student population in excess of 22,000, the UC budget expanded to more than twenty-ive million dollars for the 1963-64 school year. The long awaited quarter system greeted the campus this fall, as did news of a tuition hike to meet faculty salary increases and operating expenses. In answer to the challenge that the Midwest is lacking in research facilities to attract government projects UC has recently appointed an adminis- trator of research to direct her growing research program. Even the face of the McMicken campus has come to reflect renewed emphasis on academic excellence, with over 323,000,000 in construction now underway. Indeed, 1964 will be remembered as a year of transition, heralding the emergence of UC as a pace setter among institutions of higher learning. 5 Q K View of the engineering quad through the Tau Beta Pi key. McMicken's towering spire is visible for miles I ,fs -ff' .t M- , 'N fa, ff W' 'f -2 :Lf M 'r vw Q, " gf A s- - f ' -9 L 1 FF' -5 1 Q . -,5:'filb',Q , ,Y t E ,1 .3 f 2 ly 4 ef 1 i ff ri v w i a 'Q J MQQE' Q I fem if f -ia, --5 -f,f1'ft?'-fry, 'E-:HI 2 ,iz ' Q-bfzsifs w 1 ff Y Ja 4 ' ' S if ' 355 , 1 1- L4 -321.4 s + if is 5 3 f X ,, , 2 wil 1 I' .v Lf sigsilegsngsi . Q, un Sxiggw 'lm 'Q EW f' .. gi 4' s S ry' QQ' 'A K RX 2 it gh H' "v1'wfg,3i-zrw,g' i ssfgs',Ba27f.l A cv ,M v 45, F KW W, ka , Z S 1, ir' A 72. 'xt mf A blend of traditional Georgian and modern archi- tecture predominates among the more than forty buildings comprising the main campus. Although the rolling campus, now covered by construction sites, extends over one hundred acres, UC is battling the perennial parking problem of municipal schools. l 'g'f"e-2-..-a,, 'TR ff or L Vt l if ga f 1 f VVV,i' I Qi-33 lu" me re t t 5 1' . ,K V , . J' ffm .Y1ii.ti sxzfglk ,'Ll 6' 5 .lsc lttlt - ri A-eer- ' sc , l u , .t,. kV.k yr ' pp j g f! . J eris tlit Q , 54' ififf 34,1 A -11 :ii SFT' ' , " my-iii i'Wfif'- 'K 'w rt ' fi if After 9.'00 AM, no more parking spaces l View from the heights to the depths of construction on the McMicken and Medical College campuses. Even a recent graduate of UC would be hard pressed to find his way around a campus transformed by construction sites. A gaping hole next to the Union is eloquent indication of a multi-million dollar addition underway, while a similar excavation can be found between Medical wards of General Hospital to house new faci- lities. Four new high rise dormitories are now nearing completion on the main campus, along with the newly dedicated Marx Library addition to the College of Law on Calhoun Street. NEW FACILITIES TAKE High atop the 14th floor of the new womelfs dorm President Lazzgsanz, Deniz Forsytlze, and students Ellie Ringwnla' and Roslyn Heisler offcirlre at "top- ping" Ceremonies. Right: One of tlze worlefs largest cranes speeds completion of Ilze n'on1el1's dorm. FORM SLOWLY im-. igqflx i 5 1 S Ruth LeBar0n, Assistant i fl , 5 E ,. 5 ii! Nubu it ig 5 i lain illtif ., ff- ! agp :l im si I PRES DENT WALTER C. -ANGSAM The book lined Walls in the handsome ofiice of President Walter C. Langsam invite quiet and scholarly investigation, but as President of Ohiols largest municipal uni- versity, Dr. Langsam has little time to pursue his interests as a noted historian and au- thor. His interminable responsibilties are directed toward the goal of maintaining the University of Cincinnati's leadership in academic excellence, as demonstrated by the qualifications of each new graduate, and by the signiiicant contributions to knowl- edge made by her outstanding faculty and alumni. ,, """' rx ji Dfw W A nine member Board of Directors, each of whom is appointed by the Mayor of Cincinnati for a nine year term, meets monthly to determine the course of action for the University of Cincinnati. After serving the University for twenty-one years, and presiding for the last ten years as chairman of the Board, Mr. Renton K. Brodie announced his retirement in December. Mayor Bachrach later announced the appoint- ment of Earl T. Barnes, a public relations counsel of the Kroger Com- pany, to till the vacancy on the Board. sb gif, BOARD OF DIRECTORS Seated Renton K Brodie Chairman Walter C. Langsam, Walter M. Shohl, Jane D. Earley, William H. Hessler Slamllng Arthur W Schubert M R Dodson Philip M Myers, Frank H. Mayfield, James P. Walsh, Ralph C, Bursiek. OFFICES OF THE VICE PRESIDENTS Located in the Van Wormer Administration building and in the Medical Center, the offices of the Vice Presidents are responsible for the daily operation of the University. As Director of the Medical Center, Dr. Clement F. St. John heads the building program and administration of the Center's five component units. Noted chemist Hoke S. Green's responsibilities as Dean of Facilities include co- ordination of academic programs among UC,s fourteen colleges. With duties pertaining to University public rela- tions, alumni activities, and fund raising, Frank T. Purdy serves as Vice President for Development. Clement F. St. John Hoke. S. Green Frank T. Purdy Ralph C. Bursiek Charles Milelmm William .lenike The ollices of Ralph C. Bursiek, Senior Vice President, are responsible for the general administration of the Uni- versity and its business and financial affairs. Associated with Dean Bursiek are Charles Mileham, Assistant to the Vice President, and William Jenike, Assistant Dean. ALUMNI OFFICE Bill Savely, Field Secretary Alan Wright, "A lumnus" Editor With oihces in Simrall Hall, the UC Alumni Association requires the full time efforts of Jed Small, Bill Savely, and Alan Wright. In addition to spon- soring well known campus events- Homecoming, the Sing, and Operation Telephone-the Association publishes a quarterly magazine, NThe Alumnusj' to keep old and new graduates up to date on the latest happenings on the University campus. led Small, Executive Secretary John DeCamp, Director Joyce Bloemcr, Associate Director PUBLIC RELATIONS Headed by John DeCamp on the Clifton campus and by Joyce Bloemer on the Medical Center campus, the department of Public Relations keeps the Cincinnati community abreast of accomp- lishments at UC. Also focusing community attention on the University is the campus FM radio station, WGUC, which taped the entire season of the Cincinnati Symphony for re-broadcast. . ,i.t,, , N ii I tiii f .z jt- ff. 'i , ' C iti , ' '-1- 'C x ii j , lg C 4 , I D J 4 losepli Sfignmstcr, Director of WG UC BUSINESS OFFICES Robert Hoefer Arch Carson Garland Parker As official Controller, Robert Hoefer is charged with keeping account of all University financial transactions. Pur- chasing Agent Arch Carson is responsi- ble for obtaining supplies requested by various oihces. With duties as the Registrar and Central Admissions Di- rector, Garland Parker supervises the preparation of grade reports and the operations of the Machine Records office, in addition to directing the Central Admissions office. Lillian Johnson was elevated this year to the newly created position of Dean of Students. In recent years the great increase in student numbers has resulted in a heavier load for the personnel deans and a need for central responsibility in student personnel Work. Dr. Johnson is well qualihed to rank as one of the nationis few women Deans of Students, after serving as the UC Dean of Women and President of both the Ohio and National Associations of Women Deans and Counselors. Lillian Johnson, Dean of Students STUDENT PERSONNEL oFHcEs DEAN OF STUDENTS Helen Rose, Administrative ' Assistant Miss Johnson and Mrs. Rose discuss the revised college bulletins. l DEAN OF WOMEN Taking the helm as Dean of Women at UC this year, Margaret Forsythe quickly demonstrated the energy and enthusiasm that made her a favorite at near-by Kent State. Setting a tone of brisk efhciency, tempered by a ready sense of humor, Dr. Forsythe steered the Dean of Womenis ofhce through a hectic quarter system year of guidance and counsel- ing assignments, in addition to advising campus organizations. Margaret Forsyflie, Dean of Women Dorothy Moser, Assistant Zo the Dean Marjorie Stewart, Assistant Dean Marilou Osinske, Assistant Dean l I ie' Il x Bill Nester, Dean of Men DEAN OF MEN As advisor to a number of campus oranizations, and fre- quently to be found in informal sessions with student leaders both on and ol? campus. Dean Bill Nester has set a relaxed atmosphere for student personnel work. An eventful year for the Dean of Men's office was highlighted by the news that UC's IFC had taken top honors in the National Interfraternity Council convention. James Scully, Assistanl Dean Edward Kaiser, Assistant Dean H595 em QS il!!! sawn ww., ww ..,, . my "" - -. 'VJ ful QU' will I 9 Assistants to Ilia Dean, ' if E Stuart Brosseit and Don Joyner , mm -we if ...M nf Q his 5 Intricate wiring of data processing equipment must be in top-notch order to prepare student records. CAMPUS FACILITIES PROVIDE A VARIETY OF STUDENT SERVICES IBM cards are quickly sorted in the Machine Records ojfce. Ralph Murray, Director of the Placement Office, advises senior Helen Mueller on employment opportunities. Under the laws of the state of Ohio, a concentra- tion of five thousand or more people constitutes a towng thus, with its daily transient population of twenty-live thousand inhabitants, the University of Cincinnati is a miniature city in its own right. The various campus olices and departments providing essential student services include a branch Post Office, the Student Health Service, and the Place- ment Oflice, through which students obtain part time or post graduate employment after interviews with company representatives. Student Healtlz Service is well known for its emergency care and treatment of all students. Campus Post Office provides student mail boxes and handles both campus and regular mail deliveries MEET UC'S CAMPUS PERSONALITIES Cheerful gate attendant waves professor through the UC entrance. Busy operators handle the 39 lines coming into the University Often unnoticed by both students and faculty is UC's large staff of service and maintenance personnel. Working in three shifts around the clock, the staff braves zero weather to clear snow from sidewalks, keep the campus greens attrac- tive, and welcome visitors, in addition to washing windows and waxing floors over school vacations and holidays. l The Student Union is especially abundant with cheerful custo- dians who keep this busy build- ing ready for constant use. -i H., .. , - ' "...,+:c-he , Clark Aumend, Associate Professor of Finance Gustav Carlson, Professor of Anthropology . -asia- Albert Herweh, Professor of Electrical Engineering COHEN AWARDS RECOGNIZE OUTSTANDING UC PROFESSORS In 1961 Mrs. A. B. Cohen, long active in Cincinnati civic and philanthropic projects, announced a S1000 award to be made each year to a faculty member for outstanding achievement in the field of university teaching. Through Mrs. Cohen's con- tinued generosity, the amount of the awards has been doubled in order to recognize two outstanding professors annually. The winners, selected from nominations by students, faculty, and alumni, are announced each year at the May Faculty Recog- nition Dinner. The CINCINNATIAN is honored to present on these pages the five distinguished winners of Cohen Awards. Gaylord Merriman, Professor of Mathematics Hope Warner Professor of History Wm Eight o'clocks are invariably on the third floor of McMicken Hall. fRight1 Bulletin in Department of Romance Languages bristles with grade lists for first quarter. Dean Charles Weichert COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES With the largest enrollment among UC's fourteen col- leges, the College of Arts and Sciences offers the BS degree in over thirty flCldS of concentration and the BA degree in ten fields. Students may also qualify to par- ticipate in the "Junior Year Abroadv or the Washing- ton, D.C. Semester programs. A variety of pre-pr0fess- sional programs also prepare students for graduate study in law, medicine, or theology. In the 1963 fall quarter, with the support of the Taft Fund, the A 84 S faculty presented the '4McMicken Forumf, a voluntary reading and discussion program for undergraduates. Premedical students find laboratory courses in tlze Department of Biological Sci- ences of practical importance CCLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Y .iii Dean Kenneth Wilson The College of Business Administration, located in Hannah Hall, became a separate college Within the University in 1946. In addition to the five-year and two-year cooperative degree programs, the college offers a four-year degree program. Students may aI- so earn a BS in Industrial Management, after com- pleting two years of engineering and three years of business courses. In 1963 a notable experiment by the Management Department of the Business Col- lege and the Cincinnati chapter of the Systems and Procedures Association resulted in a twenty-four week program for businessmen, the "Executive De- velopment Programf, Included in the program were eight lectures presented by guest speakers. Southern view of Bus Ad's Hannah Hall. I ,,,,....--'W""'f , ,.,,,,.,...- ,,.,.W-fe lIi'mf 511 Bus Ad groups attract members through use of college lvulletirzx, but in the heat of campus electiczlzs, meeting no- tices are all but irzzpoxxible to End. Comm! .Rim-"' wav, n.,.,u-... can Q... ...4 .-Mm. .. HEAR ...M 5. mn Rohan A TAFT Jr- Evuhlcvo Till IOOKSON DMINISYIATOON 4-,I 'Ilan lpn: 0 BET wou QT: -...H ni-M The Consvrvzztory canzpus has a dis- tinctive old world charm all its own. Dean Jack Watson COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC UC's newest unit, the College Conservatory of Music, presently occupies ten wooded acres of the former Shil- lito estate east of the Clifton campus. A new home for the Conservatory, however, will soon rise on the main campus with classroom and musical facilities. Founded in 1867, the CCM boasts an outstanding staff of vocal and instrumental teachers, many of whom are mem- bers of the Cincinnati Symphony. Currently, the CCM offers the Bachelor and Master degrees in Music, de- grees in Music Education, and the BA degree with a music major, in cooperation with the Education and the Arts and Sciences College. CCM students utilize their library s recordings and headsets for study fLe!tj The senior ballet corps practices ln the main campus women s gymnasium ! Dean Harold Rice COLLEGE OF DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, AND ART Offering both a full-time plan and the unique cooperative plan of studies, the faculty and facilities of UC's College of Design, Architecture, and Art attract top students from across the country. A six-yearcprogram leads to the BS degree in Architecture, live-year programs confer BS degrees in ad- vertising, costume, industrial, and interior design. In addi- tion, four-year programs in art and art education are also offered by the DAA college. In more recent years, with the increasing problems of urbanization, the college has initia- ted a program in city and community planning. Exhibit of the reknown Alms collection draws interested observers to the DAA gallery. Students merge efforts on a graphics class problem "WN , Sy Ii' L-4r""' " Advertising rnujor Marcia Smith labors over eo-op job in Urban Renewal Department at Cincinnati City Hull. Lights burn late in tlze DAA building for students working on projects. Emma Whiteford, Director SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS Working with pre-schoolers is a vital part of Child Development studies. X' 1 - Students in the School of Home Economics may major in one of live programs oifered by the college to prepare for careers in nutrition, child care, clothing and textiles, teaching, or business. Facilities of this college include a pre-school nursery, food preparation laboratories, and a curriculum that is integrated with courses in the colleges of Education and Arts and Sciences. Dean Carter Good cw COLLEGE OF EDUCATION UC,s College of Education has long been closely associated with the Cincinnati school system. In their junior year stu- dents observe classes in the public schools, and as seniors teach under the supervision of cooperating teachers. 1 if Instruction in the KP program pre- pares stlldezzfs to teach primary grades. fRiglztj sludvrzls' pre-reg1'ster at impromptu corridor stations. COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH An ambulatory patient on General Hos- Nursing Instructor Mrs. Lever demonstrates cor pital's medical ward is assisted by student nurses. rect method for adjusting wheel chair foot supports. Dean Laura Rosnagle The College of Nursing and Health is one of live integral units of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, located one mile east of the main campus. The programs of the college are fully accredited by the National League for Nurs- ing, and graduates are eligible for admission to the examination for licensure as registered nurses. In addition to attending classes on UC,s main campus, student nurses receive extensive hospital training. Starting with the 1964 fall quarter, fresh- man nurses will pay for room and board and live in the new Clifton campus dormitory. On ward duly, student nurse June Fearnley feeds bedridden patient. W if if .,, ,A is if r..,i 1 y ,,, K A ' 1. I Qfiffifgi- gg,g'f,f,,I 5-gzixfy 25-Q' if-f N Q, .l An electrical engineering student may gain knowledge from programming computer problems or from soli- tary stady in a deserted classroom. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Dean Cornelius Wandmacher Senior Symposiums bring ina'ustrial engineers to speak in Baldwin Hall. Home of the Cincinnati Cooperative Plan founded by late Dean Herman Schneider, UC's College of En- gineering accepts top ranked students with strong mathematical and scientific backgrounds. Upon com- pletion of requirements, a graduate may receive a de- gree in aerospace, chemical, civil, electrical, mechani- cal, or metallurgical engineering. Currently over five hundred firms in twenty eight states have joined with the University in offering cooperative employment to UC engineering students. An empty lab awaits its students. Chartered in 1859, the oldest college of pharmacy west of the Al- leghenies became an integral part of the University in 1954. The June commencement in 1963 granted the last degrees for the four year pharmacy program to UC graduates. The first class in the five year pharmacy program will graduate in 1965. In addition to the BS degree in Pharmacy, the college offers the MS degree in pharmaceutical chemistry and hospital pharmacy administration. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Preparing capsules is an integral part of practical training. Dean Joseph Kowalewski A pelican silently guards the entrance to the Zoology-pharmacy building. uf W A. .,N..,.--, . ry' III in 1 'i:. f ,.,-1-F , mu- Y f !llll!e 2555 A 1' .. 7 J 3 5, 4 .,L',f, Q H wr L' an ,el if V 'A' if 3 x UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Dean Hilmar Krueger In its short existence, UC,s unique ex- periment in higher education, the two- year University College, has demon- strated the benefits of having the two- year programs integrated with the fa- cilities of an entire University. Housed in modern Lawrence Hall, the col- lege's classrooms are filled with stu- dents acquiring skills in professional areas, as well as in courses in the arts, sciences, and humanities. After gradu- ation, the student may enter one of UC's undergraduate colleges for further study in a degree program. Most University College classes are held in the modern facilities of Lawrence Hall. Dean Frank Neufier For many thousands of greater Cincinnatians, UC's Evening College offers a wide variety of courses to meet professional and cultural aims. As a fully integrated educational division of the University, the Evening College provides courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, in addition to a variety of short term courses in art, decorating, and recreation. Thus, for four evenings every Week, from 6:30 to 10:30, the UC campus lights burn late to give 12,000 men and women the opportunity to broaden their educational background. EVENING COLLEGE ' .-'f5',iV,w .if ' E ' 1. 4f?3f,'?'.7 In ,K ,,pp.h ...,r.,,, f j -f ' ' I 5 emi , f . A r H r Y Evening College students may register for courses ranging from Russian to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance COLLEGE OF LAW The library is the law studenfs second home. ,,.f- if g FL Dean Roscoe Barrow, retiring after twelve years to return to teaching. The UC College of Law is a charter member of the Association of American Law Schools, organized in 1900 by the leading law schools in the United States. Using the case method of instruction, the law school faculty requires students to devote time to library research in preparation for classes. A favorable faculty-student ratio, resulting in frequent seminars and group discussions, has maintained the collegels reputation for teaching excellence. Law students relax with a ping-pong game between classes COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Dean Clijord Grulee, Jr. Together the Cincinnati General Hospital and the UC College of Medicine constitute the oldest teaching medi- cal school-hospital established under law in the coun- try. Following action taken by the city council over a year ago, the General Hospital is now under the ad- ministration of the University. The UC medical student spends his first two years studying the basic medical disciplinesg the last two years of training center around clinical procedures and patient treatment, as taught at Dunham, Veterans, Childrens, and General hospitals. On his morning rounds, Dr. MacMillan examines a patient in the burn unit. ei. A surgical resident changes the dressing on a badly burned patient. MEDICAL RESEARCH This year the CINCINNATIAN is fea- turing several aspects of medical re- search undertaken by the stall of Gen- eral Hospital and the College of Medi- cine which have attracted national atten- tion to the Medical Center. The UC Medical Center is one of three university sites selected for construction of a Shrine Burn Hospital, designed es- pecially to treat severely burned children under the age of 15, whose families can- not finance extensive medical treatment. The hospital will also serve as a training center for medical personnel in this spec- ialized field. Dean Grulee of the Medi- cal College cited UCls pioneer research in the treatment of burn injuries and the facilities of Children's Hospital as two factors iniluential in the selection of UC for a Shrine Burn Center. Currently in operation at General Hospital is a burn unit, headed by Dr. Bruce MacMillan, which is treating burned patients and per- fecting methods of treatment until con- struction of the new hospital. A technician uses a remote control device to handle the radioisotopes. In recent years medicine has found abundant use for radioisotopes-the radioactive relatives of natural chemi- cal elements. By using the radioactivity of these compounds as "tracers,M doc- tors can diagnose deep seated tumors and follow the paths of a variety of metabolic disorders. With the greatly increasing use of radioisotopes, Dr. Eugene Saenger and his associates of the Radioisotope Lab have directed much of their work toward perfecting techniques to regulate and monitor dosages in patients receiving radioac- tive material. The Work of this labora- tory is closely integrated with the Gen- eral Hospital radiology department and with the Biometrics 'tcomputerv divi- sion of the College of Medicine. Dr. Saenger examines monitoring device for the Cobalt 60 unit ISOTOPES AND COMPUTERS BRING In the last decade computers have almost become the Ameri- can way of life, thus it is not surprising that these versatile and time-saving machines have found widespread applications in both medical practice and research. A pioneer in the field of medical uses for computers and author of one of the first handbooks on this subject, Dr. Harry Sterling, heads the UC Biometrics department, which houses two IBM computers. Us- ing the facilities of the biometrics unit, researchers can pro- gram experiments for swift computer calculations to evaluate the significance of experimental results. ti 5 T li Biometrics' worker transfers programs onto IBM cards. MEDICAL ADVANCES '-9WW on THE GRADUATE SCHOOL Organized as a separate college in 1906, the Graduate School currently offers in- struction at the graduate level in thirteen different degree categories. A good indi- cation of the direction being taken by the University, particularly by the Graduate School, is the recent appointment of Dr. George Lee as Associate Dean of the Graduate School and administrator of University research. Dr. Lee's duties in- clude encouraging more faculty members to undertake research projects and at- tracting top-flight researchers and funds to the UC Campus. 3.1 1. Dr. Wesley Allinsmith observes the progress of graduate psychology students. Dean Campbell Crockett Graduate study features original research Dr. Li explains the intricacies of an advanced aeronautical engineering problem. Along with UC,s spiraling enrollment has come an in- crease in both the number and variety of organizations providing opportunities for extra-classroom expansion of knowledge. For students having interests in several difer- ent areas, however, the problem of attending meetings has become acute, with every available night scheduled for a full round of activities. To find a solution for this situa- tion, Student Council this year established a committee to investigate possible institution of a common meeting calendar for mutually exclusive organizations. Participa- tion in student activities also received considerable atten- tion in a spring speech by the Student Body President, who expressed regret that the UC negro community has not taken an active role in student life. Emphasizing that UC did not yet have an ostensible racial problem, Mr. Mueller described as "blind" those who did not foresee the need to assimilate negroes into the mainstream of campus life. f-'1W11ffif':fz:f1 if :a.u,gwi1..z s,gff,g 742251127F?i2li?ffl ??iff,gPf5 lfY5 iiiisffl vigsffiifii isfQ fg fX5'lfii Hi.-1fsz'.:fzgH1,f Wm: :sz,,1g,ff1f:,: 13122112-:Qi'fz, v,gU3,:g,gQg'f+,.sm,g- fig 12'ff:sz,'svz:s1,,'f-A'im 1g,1s,.1v,-wa m,.:z,ff STUDENT COUNCIL With all student activities except the honor societies un- der its jurisdiction, Student Council functions as the top rung of student government. Council's thirty-live mem- bers, elected in the spring, meet in twice monthly gen- eral sessions and more often to work on their respective committees. To rejuvenate campus interest, Council committees were this year, for the first time, open to pe- titions from the student body which responded strongly. The result was a united effort, successfully producing many varied programs and projects throughout the year. STUDENT COUNCIL-First Row: Don Schuerman, Marty Wessel, ivice-Pres.g Lynn Muel- ler, Pres., Judy Gallagher, Sec., Ken Wolf, Treas. Second Row: Steve Goret, Mimi Kraybill, Mike Noland, Tom Watkins, J. Anderson Burnett, Sandy Youkilis, Bill Schnyder. Third Row: Donald Geis, Herman Knopp, Tom Driscoll, Roger Seifried, Mike Doyle, Ronald Storn, Jim 850' if ,ali Marty Wessel, Vice President Lynn Nlueller, President STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Judy Gallagher, Secretary Don Schuerman, Secretary Ken Wolf, Treasurer In a final action taken last year, Student Council created a Cabinet of Presidents in order to improve communications Within the various branches of student government. At their monthly sessions, campus presidents have discussed such issues as seating at basketball games, athletic and academic scholarships, and proposals for a common calendar for meetings of student groups. CABINET OF PRESIDENTS STUDENT COURT STUDENT COURT-First Row: John Osberger, Hanlan Bavely, William Metzner, Richard Snyder, Chief Justiceg James Hayes, Douglas McFadden, David Meisel. Composed of students from UC's Law College, the Student Court has jurisdiction over all cases involving the mis- use of student I.D. cards and campus trafic violations. In such cases the court's decision is final, and both students and administrators must abide by it. SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL The Class of '64 directed a united effort toward making their last year at UC the best of all. Many hours were spent rewriting the constitution in order to create a more elhcient system of government for future classes. 'Each Sunday seniors could be found enjoying the buffets given in their honor by President and Mrs. Langsam. Rounding out the yearls busy schedule was Senior Week in June, a period packed with open houses and banquets and high- lighted by Senior Skip Day, the Senior Picnic, the Senior Prom, and finally . . . Commencement. SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL First Row: Ellie Ringwald, Bobbi Leach, Kay Ferguson, Lynn Mueller Sue Korn Chickie Stein Second Row: Tom Enoch, Gerald Sapadin, Paul Marshall, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Lynn Mueller, President Margo Johnson, Vice President 1, 7: .51-7"'z57"TVQ?fiM mm, I , Tom Driscoll, Treasurer ,Vary W essel, Secretary A JUNICJR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Ron Alexander, Treas.g Judy Gallagher, Vice-Pres.g Jody Wink- ler, Sec.g Jay Wright, Pres. The leadership of 2600 classmates was vigorously im- plemented by this year's Junior Class officers. With the aid of the Junior Class Advisory Board, chosen early in the fall, the oliicers revised the class constitution to ad- just to the quarter system. A program designed to encour- age the interest of commuter students took form through the use of the Junior Class Newsletter, and class spirit was evidenced by plans to promote intra-class activities. To round out the year juniors busily formed plans for the Junior Prom to be held in May at Moonlight Gardens. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-Riley Griffeths, Pres.g Bonnie Heimann. Vice-Pres.g Betsy Myers, Sec.g Ken Heuck, Treas. Activities of the Class of '66 highlighted the UC social calendar throughout the year. An enthusiastic class turn- out for the "Go Grundy" Party was matched by attend- ance at an openhouse to introduce all sophomore candi- dates for student offices to their classmates. Opening the year with a workshop for all campus social chairmen, the Social Board began early its task of co- ordinating all campus events. Distribution of handbooks listing campus social standards and approval of the Cam- pus Calendar are also duties of this Board. SOPHOMORE CLASS SOCIAL BOARD SOCIAL BOARD-First Row: Edward Keiser, Adv.3 Charles Russakov, Treas.g Dave Ritter, Pres.g Dorothy Moser, Adv. Second Row: Betsy Myers, Johannah DeCamp, Dale Lawrence Joann Ferrante, Darylene Theiss, Barbara Hegman. .' it 5, qt! '-ii 'lil JY If' 5 ,Z!.".Lii w wfna ORIENTATION BOARD-Don Schuerman, Cindy Wolff, Lynn Mueller, Susi Miller, Bill Monnig. ORIENTATION BOARD PUBLICATIONS BOARD The student-faculty Orientation Board in 1963 shouldered the massive task of introducing new stu- dents to the quarter system at UC. For the first time freshmen were given a full Week of orientation, including an introduction to campus activities. The Board of Publications, a unit under Student Council, is composed of the editors and business man- agers of all campus publications. Meeting each month, the Board establishes regulations for the election of publications oilicers and policies for operations. BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS-Sealed: Jane Lightfield, Joyce Teitz, Nancy Beamer, Pres.g Helen Mueller, Mary Lou Diersing, Arlene Reckman. Standing: Mike Noland, Allen Quim- by, David Clark, Adv.g John DeCamp, Don Schuerman, Paul Hemker. BUDGET BOARD BUDGET BOARD-First Row: Margaret Forsythe, Dr. Kiley, C. William Vogel, Chrm.g Marty Wessell. Second Row: Joe Burnett, Tom Driscoll, Ken Wolf, Bill Nester. Composed of live faculty members appointed by the President of the University and five student council members, the Board of Budgets supervises the allocation of students funds to various campus organizations. Each spring student organizations submit their budg- ets for the following year, based on expenses from the previous year. After examination of the budgets, the Board may approve the projected expenses and release student funds. For the 1963-64 school year the Board allocated 585,000.00 to student groups. ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS W TVTT- . Y. .Q -1' ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS-First Row: Edlyn Marcuse, Kathy Murphy, Karen Butz, Cor. Sec., Ellie Ringwald, Pres.g Mary Lou Deucker, Treas.g Jan Maschmeyer, Vice Pres.g Chickie Stein. Row Two: Helen Byrd, Joyce Kupferberg, Sally Mayer, Ann McNemar, Barbara Stewart, Analda Simmons. Row Three: Janice Rousseau, Cathy Morgan, Mary Schwanekamp, Deborah Hill, Kathy Goertemiller, Mimi Kraybill, Sue Sagmaster. At the Greetin' Meetin, during Orientation Week, fresh- man women are introduced to the Association of Women Students, the governing body for undergraduate women. Each college and most campus organizations send repre- sentatives to AWS, which sponsors the Kampus King Dance and the Senior Strawberry Breakfast. AWS meet- ings this year were enlivened by programs featuring Dor- othy Dolbey, former Cincinnati Councilwoman, who spoke on election issues,and Marty Popp, President of the YMCA, who described his trip to Russia. ARTS AND SCIENCES TRIBUNAL-FIRST ROW: Jerold Kress, Treas.g Donna Avery, Vice-Pres.: Mark Sollek, Presg Tom Elo, Sec. SECOND ROW: Steve Groban, Diane Lundin. Marty Popp, Marlana Groen. John Jennings. Working quietly and elliciently, the Arts and Sciences Tribunal attracts little attention. But at the holiday open house this year the Tribunal aroused student interest by presenting a convocation featuring Sagio Rojas, former ambassador from Cuba to the US. Beginning with the task of planning a full day of orienta- tion for new students in their college, the Business Ad- ministration Tribunal spent a busy year coordinating stu- dent activities, highlighted by the Business Administration Dance and the Senior Banquet. A 81 S TRIBUNAL BUSINESS AD TRIBUNAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TRlBUNALgFirst Row: Tom Seifert, Pres.g Peggy Rosen- berg, Sec.g James Kennedy, Vice-Pres. Second Row: Jerry Yonk, David Weiner, Joe Ottaviani. DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, AND ART TRIBUNAL 'Q-'hr DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, AND ART TRIBUNAL-First Row: Mike Doyle, Pres., Judith Paulson, Sec., Barbara Stewart, Treas.g James Lied, Vice-Pres. Second Row: Sandy Sloan, Dan Montgomery, John Harris, Jim Schulte, John Dolby, Kathy Weaver. The College of Design, Architecture, and Art has an atmosphere all its own, and its students are easily identified by their bulky portfolios and lettering sets. Transition to the quarter system brought a myri- ad of problems, with students out on Work section for an entire quarter instead of the traditional seven week period. In an effort to meet the needs of its mi- gratory students, the DAA Tribunal presented pro- grams on both sections, featuring iilms and lectures, and sponsored a Beaux Arts Ball. EDUCATION TRIBUNAL xr T? 'bf T7 3 EDUCATION TRIBUNAL-First Row: Trish Turner, Carol Watanabe, Sec.3 Judy Bischoff, Treas.g Linda Glassman. Pres.g Sandy Clough. Sm-ond Row: Anne Boyd, John Marshall. Jenny Shinkle, Judy Heckerman. Elected in the spring, representatives of the Educa- tion Tribunal spend a busy year acting as coordinators between students and faculty in the College of Edu- cation. Meeting twice monthly, the Tribunal this year concentrated on the West End Education Project and heard various speakers on this problem. In addition to WEEP, the Tribunal sponsored a full day in Orienta- tion Week, as well as Collegiate Day for high school seniors, "Food for Thought" open houses. a Faculty- Tribunal luncheon, and the annual Spring Banquet. ENGINEERING TRIBUNAL-First Row: T. A. Kantor, L. Peterman, Vice-Pres., I. L. Bak- er, Fac. Adviser. Second Row: Lance Simpson, Lew Blakeney, Larry Kissel, Joe Farkas. ENGINEERING TRIBUNAL Engineers representing classmates in each of the engi- neering fields comprise the membership of the Engineer- ing Tribunal, the official governing body for the college In addition to sponsoring the annual welcoming convoca- tion for freshmen, the group honors outstanding seniors ENGINEERING TRIBUNAL-First Row: Bill Schnyder. Sec., Jack Mullaney, Treas.g John B. Deye. Pres., Mike Noland, Dick Mojena. Second Row: Eugene L. Fleeman, Jay G. Taylor, Bruce A. Steiner, James C. Ghering. 'im I 'YQ- Iwi' Wi'-213' 'Na- HOME ECONOMICS TRIBUNAL-First Row: Ann Geiger, Sec., Sue Yarnell, Vice-Pres.g Bonnie Sauer, Treas.g Sue Korn, Pres. Second Row: Carol Gallenstein, Patty Sinnott. Marty Wessel. Two representatives from each class in the College of Home Economics comprise the Home Ec Tribunal. This governing body regulates student activities in the college, and this year, for the first time, held a parents, open- house, in addition to a senior luncheon. Planning a variety of activities within the College of Nursing and Health is the principal function of the close- knit N 8a H Tribunal. Annually the Tribunal sponsors the Christmas and Spring Formals and the traditional Gradu- ation Tea for senior nurses. N 8x H NURSING AND HEALTH TRIBUNAL-First Row: Pat Ebel, Pres.g Barbara Read, Treas.g Sally Chatfleld. Vice-Pres.g Sharon Ryan, Sec. Second Row: Terry Stephens, Mimi Kraybill, Ellie Ringwald, Cynthia Lorenz, Gertrude Ramseier. Third Row: Leslie Baker, Carol Shelly, Barbara Lever, Susan Stuart, Lois Swartzbaugh. 'ET' 'iii' W V E7 PHARMACY TRIBUNAL-First Row: Arthur Adams, Jack Domet, Sec., Linda Dunham, Vice-Pres., John Solaro, Treas.g Dan Carmichael, Pres. Second Row: Barry Troutman, Terry Mundhenk, Susie Davids, Jack Brown, Herman Knopf, Bob Engelhardt. Bi-monthly the members of the Pharmacy Tribunal hold meetings to plan social and professional activities for their classmates. Besides encouraging good scholar- ship and improved student-faculty relations, the Tri- bunal sponsors an annual dance. Of the eleven positions open on the University Col- lege Tribunal, two are iilled by appointments by the Dean, nine are lilled by popular vote. The Tribunal sponsors activities for the college, including a fall mix- er, a semi-formal spring dance, and a spring picnic. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE TRIBUNAL-First Row: Linda Caekins, James Woodie, Joan Puck. Second Row: B. David Fish, Russell Williams, John Pooman. UNION BOARD UNION BOARD-Sealed: Robert Garretson. Helen Wessel. Bill Nester. Margaret Forsythe. Bill Osborne. Floyd Brewer. Smmlizzia: Ellen Katz. Carol Vance. Ken Wolf. Lloyd Bernstein. Pres.g Stu Shapiro, Susie Miller. Mimi Kraybill, Sue Sagmaster. Composed of student coordinators and ofhcers, faculty, and administrators, the Union Board is the directive body of the Student Union. This year, to provide en- tertaining educational activities the Board sponsored the successful concert series featuring Max Morath and Peter Nero, the Jazz Conccrts given during Orien- tation Week, the faculty Art Exhibits, and the Un- ion Leadership Conference in the Spring. Highlight- ing the year was the January ground-breaking ceremony for the new addition to the Union, to be built from student funds and completed in 1965. Friendly Union Desk dispenses calendars, news, and information. if 1 rf' i 'K ' H f if h ,v1'f'1- L, ff- K. 'Q- 'f JL ' , QQ-. " L -N-- - . A' T' -f ipwifiizfeix we 4 i. V M W ' W y y - V -f fgjmhli fi , ' H -Q if , "9 'T' TIL - 11 " 'l T' T E ff? :fi if" f 'ff 'wi , ,,.r 'hi I R 1 I I I 5 d Q iii 3 .U if " A r,1,, ' 9 Vi T .. , 5 3 T' .L Q W H' n aw 3 f- i f - -. ir 1 ' uf lx ,r,. M V ..-,.,.,, is T :QQ V- A ,A 15, il lf.-5 , W My if . A i ii' f m y Q L.. 'f P-1-QL-Qs. . - " "i"'W'5'4 . hr ,Lf .A 'A :Y 4 7, ,.., 1 1 - . Q A -. ' J-1 -4' if -f . M Q .-. Q, . us - .r H , 'W , 'W' , " Q fi M3145 fag, -w . L , ff ' T " "" T . s. M M X' - W! f'5ffJdQf1'rn fs gffffs fgfyudisaxf iff,-nan Yjmsfdiujzu 'llaxivfrniy 51' fY.iLIll'0VM!fK"a' The new Union addition is scheduled for completion in 1965. THE STUDENT UNION ILS. MH FORGE BUTE 'GIG A Peace Corps recruiter Union windows provide appeals to students in SU lobby. display area for campus groups. The imposing bell tower atop the Student Union sum- mons students from every walk of campus life to the SU for meals, meetings, and recreation. In addition to housing the student government and publication offices, the Union is now the home of the Placement Service. This fall UC students began paying an annual fee to cover the cost of a new addition to the Union, which will feature a new grill, an auditorium, bowling alleys, and enlarged facilities. Card room devotees catch up on bridge between classes. Right: Grill entrance bristles with news of coming campus events. 1964 CINCINNATIAN Rlglit MurcmSmttlz Designer Belon ChuckMc1ntl1ev Sports Editor E...-s at or J r f This year's staff romance featured Helen Mueller, Business Manager, and Paul Gigley, Exchange Editor. Art Staff: Ed Bertolet, Ass't. Editorg Rosalind Trizzino, Jean Hedger, Barb Hoffman, Stevie Mack. Copy Stuff' Judy Hecker- man, Claudia Lindhorst, Sis Hollingsworth, Dick Crone, Marty Curtsinger. Business Stajjf' Rod Sommer, Jim Seibel, Al Hadler. General Stayjfx Janet Gladden, Judy Pilzer, Pat Dolan, Bernice Statman, Susan Cocks, David Schwain, Eileen Stern, Kay LaPrade, Evelyn Rettig, Gayle Schvvitzer. Student Photographer: Art Love. .1 VOLUME 71 GOES TO PRESS Charlotte McGraw, Senior Editor Margot Kasfir, Photography Editor ,., Nancy Beamer . . . Helen Mueller . . . Marcia Smith . . . Dale Wolf ....... Sue Sagmaster . . . Charlotte McGraw Margot Kasfir .... Ruth Daugherty . . Chuck Manthey . . . Al Hadler ..... Paul Gigley . . . Wea. . . ........... Editor 501' . . . Business Manager .........Designer Production Manager . . . . . . Copy Editor . . . . . Senior Editor Photography Editor . . . . . Typing Editor . . . Sports Editor . . . . Index Editor . . . Exchange Editor ti? The Editor gets caught in the middle of art rs copy dispute Left: Ai Hadier, Index Editor CINCINNATIAN CINCINNATIAN-First Row: Margot Kasfir, Dale Wolf, Nancy Beamer, Editor, Helen Mueller, Bus. Mgr., Paul Gigley, Marcia Smith, Charlotte McGraw. Second Row: Judy Mc- Carty, Rosalind Trazzeno, Judy Heckerman, Claudia Lindhorst, Janet Gladden, Judy Pilzer. Third Row: Jean Hedger, Evelyn Rettig, Pat Dolan, Bernice Statman, Chuck Manthey, Pat Ryan, Kay LaPrade, Susan Cocks, Stephany Mack. Fourth Row: Ann Vlachos, Albert Had- ler, Rod Sommer, Ed Bertolet, Jim Seibel, Art Love, Dave Schwain, Eileen Stern. The scramble at the year's end among UC students to procure a yearbook is equaled only by the confusion in the CINCINNATIAN ollice to produce it. There are designs to be drawn, layouts to be copied, ads to be sold, pictures to be taken, and copy to be Written. Only after a careful process of editing, keying, and proof-reading is the CINCINNATIAN finally "put to bedf' When the truck delivering the yearbooks finally arrives on campus the stalf pitches in to unscramble reservations and distribute the yearbooks. STUDENT DIRECTORY l i l l P l STUDENT DIRECTORY-First Row: Georgiann Chupp, Ed.g Sandy Trifilio. Bus. Mgr. Second Row: Kathy Murphy, Kathy Goertemiller, Sue Marienthal, Kay LaPrade, Marti Niem- czyk. Far reaching changes were made in the format of the UC Student Directory this year in order to make stu- dent and faculty information more readily available. A change in printers brought a more readable layout, and the sale of ads made the Directory self-supporting. NEWS RECORD A whirlwind of activity animates the ground floor of the Student Union each Monday afternoon as the News Rec- ord staff places the final touches on material to be sent to the printer, Greeting its readers each week, the cam- pus newspaper is filled with news of UC and the Cin- cinnati eommunity, as well as coverage of sports and so- cial events. Particularly outstanding this year was the NR coverage of student government activities, including the hotly contested ticket plan for UC basketball games, which brought a tlood of letters to the editor's desk. NEWS RECORD Fzrsz Row: Susan Heil, Allen Quimby, Ed., Sharon Hausman, Carolyn Mortinian Second Ron Carole Mayer, Paul Vogelgesang, Steve Weber, Ray Mauer, Dale Wolf Mary Lou Diersing, Jane Lightheld. F' ,. 5 M. 14 E fjj, ? f v f1s,:,1t:s:w,- 2. 1 5 is N4 4 4 Allen Quimby, Editor Lou Diersing, Business Manager lg: 1 rzfa ' s I Ad-stagers must check inches of advertising for each edition. Monday afternoons ind the .SMH Htting copy, as edizors clzeck progress and proof read articlcns. PROFILE Joyce Teitz, Editor Paul Hemker, Business Manager PROFILE-Lawrence Kushner, Dean Newberry, Joyce Teitz, Ann Richardson, Dave Lankin. PROFILE focused this year on feature articles, includ- ing a pictorial story of UC grad Barry Bishopls assult on Mt. Everest. The editorial and art staffs made a concerted effort to strike a balance between literary contributions and the PROFILES reknown satire on campus events. CO-OP ENGINEER-First Raw: Roger Lang, Tom Driscoll. Ed.g Loyal Peterman. Bus. Mgr.: Tom Reich. Sammi Row: Dave Kuhn. Charles Norton. Roger Seifried. Richard Driscoll. I-'rank Burris. Bill Orth. The COOPERATIVE ENGINEER. featuring articles of technical interest. is published by engineering students. The stalli. assisted by the Engineering Tribunal, otlers essays and science tiction. in addition to news coverage of campus engineering, honor, and recognition societies. With a ltickoll' banquet for freshmen during orientation week. the Spirit Club initiated its program to increase school spirit among UC students. Provision of block seats at games and sponsorship of pep rallies were found to be the key to generating school enthusiasm. SPIRIT CLUB-First Row: Richard Sadow, Treas.g Judy Yeager, Ken Heuck. Pres.: Suanne Preiser. Vice-Pres.g Lucy Shank, See. Second Row: Betsy Myers, Carole Ann Block, Jack Boulton. Jerry Trimble. Susie Griggs, Bonny Dyer. Barb Stewart. Third Row: Linda Otta- viani. Joan Donohoo, Dan Bork, Riley Griffiths, Michael Jones, Claudia Lindhorst, Susan Ruehlmann. Sharon Hausman. TT 'rv S... 'ON OMICRON DELTA KAPPA OMICRON DELTA KAPPA-First Row: Don Schuerman, Gene Lewis, Fac. Sec., Paul Mar- shall, Presg C. William Vogel, Fac. Adviser, Bruce Heyman, Treas.q James Sayler, Sec. Second Row: Howard Hines, H. Curry, Bill Donohoo, Richard Crone, Lynn Mueller, John Anderson, Nash McCauley, Sid Lieberman. Tapping twice this year, Omicron Delta Kappa selected outstanding junior and senior men recognized for achievements in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and service to the University. The new members of ODK are known for their contributions to student government, ath- letics, and publications. At bi-weekly meetings, the ODKls planned with Mortar Board for the Leadership Confer- ence at Camp Kern. Over one hundred UC students spent a weekend examining the role of the United States demo- cratic system in meeting twentieth century problems. MORTAR BOARD MORTAR BOARD-First Row: Ellie Ringwald. Joyce Schoenberger, Pres., Nancy Beamer, Vice Pres., Chickie Stein, Helen Sekinger, Sec. Second Row: Jan Maschmeyer, Margo Johnson, Nancy Heisel, Lynn Kohl, Treas.g Sue Korn, Kathy Goertemiller. In a packed and excited Great Hall, a gong sounds thir- teen times every year to summon new members of Mor- tar Board, a national honor society for senior women with outstanding scholarship, leadership, and service to the University. Mystic 13 chapter this year joined with ODK at the autumn leadership conference to ask 'gls Democ- racy Working? At the yearls end, minus their black robes and hoods, the group co-sponsored Honors Day, when the campus learned the winners of the coveted Mr. Bear- cat and C-ring Awards and the Phi Beta Kappa trophy. METRO METRO-First Row: Don Schuerman, John Mikula, Art Church, Dave Oberlin, Pres., Lloyd Bernstein, Treas.g John Grafton, Sid Lieberman. Second Row: Al Fisgus, Gerald Sapadin, Dave Ritter, Paul Marshall, Dick Crone, Lynn Mueller, Nash McCauley, Steve Huffman. Straw hats Worn at a rakish angle are the familiar badges of Metro, an upperclass recognition society. Chosen on the criteria of outstanding contributions to the University, as well as potential service to Metro and the community, the Metro men engage in a variety of activities which include stimulating school spirit and sponsoring the annual Metro Variety Show. Held in the second quarter, the Metro Show featured out- standing student talentg the proceeds from the show are used each year to finance a Christmas Party for un- derprivileged children of Cincinnati. Joyce G. Agnew Jane Bertenshaw Arthur G. Bills Carl W. Blegen Melba P. Bowers William C. Boyce Gustav G. Carlson John L. Caskey William S. Clark Herbert Curry Violet M. Diller 1961 INITIATES Edwin K. Annavedder Margie C. Blaney Thomas Borcherding Joyce Bothwell Clark Cook Harry Danziger Bonnie O. Dorna 1962 INITIATES Neal R. Berte Margaret Blatt Howard Bluth Barbara Ann Bowling Hal J. Busch Richard J. Christy Jack Warren Cottrell Robert W. Crandall 1963 INITIATES Wendell H. Allsprung Neil T. Braum Paul M. Cholak David B. Confer Ann E. Damon Kirk V. Darragh Lawrence M. Davis PHI BETA KAPPA 1776 saw the birth of the American college fraternity in Phi Beta Kappa, the first Greek letter society. Founded at the College of William and Mary, Phi Beta Kappa confers upon liberal arts students the highest internationally recognized academic honor. Seniors in the top fifteen percent of their class in the College of Arts and Sciences are considered for membership in the Ohio chapter, established in 1889. Each spring new in- itiates proudly receive the golden key, bearing the fa- miliar motto: g'Philosophy, a guide to life." FACULTY MEMBERS ACTIVE IN DELTA OF OHIO George B. Engberg Isabelle E. Fisk David C. Freytag Audry S. Gomes Louis R. Harlan Paul Herget Charles Hofling Estelle Hunt Milan R. Karas Othilda Krug Walter C. Langsam Marietta Ginocchio Nahida Halaby Thomas Harshem Robert Kamp Patricia Laping Melvyn Lieberman Joamme Melillo Toby M. Kabakoif Roslyn L. Kelly Judith Kleemann Susan Lapirow Pak-Him Louey Victor Margolis John Paul Morgan Albert F. Mulheman, Jr. Paula Dean Robert C. Fee Canzetta Dyer Flanders Judith Gard Michael Goldman Geolfrey P. Herzig Kathleen Honnert Carl A. Ludeke Louis A. Lurie Walter T. McDonough William G. Mann Archimede Marni Gaylord Merriman Harry R. Muegel Milton Orchin Helen Osborne Robert O. Payne Stuart A. Safdi Joyce A. Mortison William Naylor Leslye Osborn Sulema Polasky Joseph Rebholz Anna Ritterhoff Richard Sherman C. Larry Decker Ann Fry Norman Goldman Nina J. Gruen Hendrik Hartong, Jr. Peggy Ann Heisel Claire Hoch Lynn Jones Richard D. Lameier Bruce Martin Kathleen Martin Thomas McEvilley, III Donald G. Rau Stanford T. Shulman Barry W. Siegel George C. Schoolfield Keith Stewart Carl R. Trahman Peter Topping Martha C. Usdemir William S. Wabnitz Charles K. Weichert Harvey M. Weitkamp William R. Wright Jean Winston George Soete Rose Ann Spaith Gail Spencer Karen Springmyer T. L. Eynden Joyce T. Uetrecht Paul Wilson Myrna Lynn North Marie A. Proulx Nancy Strikman Seltz Judith A. Theile Gordon B. Walters Mary L. Warden Carolyn Neller Winget Ian Leonard Wolk Stanley R. Skolnik Judith H. Takahashi Barbara Triplett Michael Weinberg Albert Vesper Billie Wright Charles Yarbrough 1898 Walter Eberhardt Robert Humphreys Parke Johnson Russell Wilson 1899 Charles Adler 1900 Adna Innes 1901 Henry Bentley Andrew Hickenlooper Park Johnson Smith Hickenlooper 1902 Coleman Avery Hugh Bates Earl Gold Stanley Granger Edwin Hutchins Robert Kreimer, Sr. Charles Peters William Probasco Stuart Walker 1903 Albert Baker Eustace Ball William Fillmore Edgar McCallister Harvey Shepard William Strietmann 1904 Robert Buck Lester Collier Adolph Fennel Carl Gantvoort Walter Heintz Howard Jones Villie Kirkpatrick 1905 Bert Lyon Fred Mehlhope Paul Richardson Calvin Skinner Arthur Wadsworth 1906 Frank Buchanan Robert Caldwell Edward Forbes Alfred Kreimer Walter Shafer Curtis Williams Frank Wilson 1907 Edward Hurley Thomas Kite Walter Markworth Brown McGill Robert O'Connell Frank Payne 1908 Merwin Aultman Norman Conway Fred Flach William Foley Bates Williams 1909 Hayward Ackerson Ernest DuBray Fred Hooker William Kite Edward Rowe Charles Williams 1910 Ted Hyndman Walter Heuck 1911 Cliff Porter Hall Alden Hart Ralph McComas James Taylor 1912 Harry Buchanan William Hall Lesley Johnson William Mitchell Vance Towler 1913 Richard Goettle Robert Heuck, Sr. Walter Hill Chester Klein John Maescher 1914 William Engdahl Chauncey Hand Jerome Howard Bert Stansbury John Sheri1T Chauncey Tilden Neil Wright 1915 Leonard Baehr Arthur Gordon Norman Kohlhepp Norman Lyon 1916 Howard Behle Victor Fischbach Henry Hoppe Roy Palmer Harold Payne Harold Porter John Reece Edward Robinson Herbert Schroth 1917 William Ellis Karl Hetsch Carroll Lewis Joseph Morris, Sr. James Pease Bayle Richardson Anton Schneider 1918 Harold Altamer Walter Haehnle Herbert Jones Carl Lund Carl Markgraf william Myers Carl Rogert Millard Romaine Harold Talcott Earl Widau 1919 Howard Justice Edgar Powers Bradley Roberts Herbert Winans Francis Wright 1920 Robert Dorsey Cornelius Petzhold Alfred Wenzel 1921 Hugh Bowen Willard Breiel Carlton Brown Carl Frey Philip Meyers Edward Meyer Cyrus Osborn 1922 Edgar Coons Chase Davies Daniel Fries Edward Gabriel Allison Ideson Arthur McClure Howard Metzger Robert Sarvis Frederick Schierloh Wylmer Scott Edward Strietelmeie Robert Todd Edward Wagner Randall Walker 1923 James Beaman Lewis Gregory John Harrod W. C. Havelaar Rossiter Hobbs Ellsworth Ireland Joe Linneman James Nippert Mike Palmer John Petzhold 1924 Nathan Bachman Walter Becker Ben Bryant Morton Francis John Heizer Robert Hynes Oliver Rhodes Ed Roth Erwin Wolfson 1925 Lynne Barber George Bradner Warren Marvin I' Anthony McAndrews Louis Nippert William Schmid Kelly Siddall 1926 Fred Berger Charles Franklin Edwin Levi James Paisley Wesley Schmid 1927 John Bachman Harry Franklin Richard Jervis Robert Maddux 1928 Richard Bryant Arthur Fennekohl Albert Mayer Ranald West 1929 Evan Chatfield Ellis Crawford Richard Dial Daniel Earley Daniel Laurence 1930 Charles Adams Harry Anderson Richard Bolton Thomas Clifton Donald Crone Frank Dost Richard Franz John Gayman Jack Grieshaber William Hammond Ralph Holterhoff William Nieman Frank Owens 1931 Bradford Allin William Berwanger Harold Bohl Ralph Bursiek Frank Chandler Robert Gowdy Erle Hanson Paul Heckel Silverius Kunz William Leach Lawrence Levi Carl Muth Earl Soesbe Herbert Starick Richard Steves Fred Tower 1932 William Atkinson Herbert Brown Walter Conner ' Richard Dexter Duncan Frame John Griffiths Paul Grischy Arthur Hallett Philip Heil William Hill Ed Lidseen Carlton Lunsford Louis Mendel Robert Nau David Porter Harry Rabe Edward Simrall Nathan Solinger Dan Tobin Alan Walsh Robert Wright 1933 Mel Bernstein Ged Brown David DeVore Robert Galbraith William Gilliland Clifford Goldmeyer Wm. Groppenbacher Fred Hoehler Robert Johnson Kosciusko Kemper Bernard Levin Louis Scofield Sidney Mullikin Leon Saler George Smith Gordon Strauss Robert White Carl Williams 1934 Carl Austing Robert Eagen Robert Hoefer George Kramer George Levengood Fred Pressler Donovan Sayrs Victor Strauss Walter Tuttle 1935 James Cook Harry Duncan Donald Gilbert John Hellebush William Lloyd Clyde Nau Kenneth Parker Frank Purdy William Rhame Wayne Rich Russell Towers Larry Trame Wilbur Wright 1936 Robert Bachmeyer John Findlay Jack Keefe Walter Knocke Charles Weichert Harry Wilkerson Ralph Yaeger 1937 Douglas Day William Feldhaus Larry Gibboney Charles Gillett Robert Heuck, Jr. Charles Mileham Clifford Mueller Gordon Orr Ralph Grace 1938 Robert Biedenbender Milton Brooks Robert Dalton Bill Ferguson Robert Kamp Bud Kelchner Frank Molloy Wes Newkirk Richard Powell Jed Small Charles Sulau 1939 Ed Alexander Roger Anerson Lloyd Gysin Joe Lowry Bill Pettit Roger Van Schoyck 1940 Sid Friedman Charles Grimm William Parchman Robert Kreimer, Jr. Kenneth Pitt Marty Scheider Merrill Van Pelt 1941 Mac Benedict Fred Daniell James Fuller Kenneth Heuck William Kelchner Ellis King Joe Morris, Jr. Lloyd O'Hara Nick Skorich Ray Virgin 1942 Richard Anderson Jack Bade John Bedway Linus Haby Elbert Nickel Verne Ullom 1945 Kenneth Guise Richard Hanford Gordon Hughmark Leonard Klusman Kenneth Miller Albert Strasser 1946 R. A. Cromer Fred Ebeling Bob Kraushar George Koch Bob Sarsiield Bill Smyth 1947 William Anderson Bert Bauer Robert Bauman Robert Fenlon D. B. Kee Dick Langenbeck George Moore Alkie Richards Irv Schartenberger Robert Siekmann Roger Stephens Jack Strubbe Brewster Sanders Bob Weber 1948 Tom Blake Charles Crozier John Fuhrman Earl Hobt Robert Huber Orville Retzsch Floyd Shorts William Westerfeld 1949 Richard Dallmer lrwin Behrendt Thurman Owens Harold Johnson John Pramik George Paul Don McMillan Don Graddis Sidney Carroll Pete St. Clair Tom Kinder Tom O'malley Lowell Storm Robert Montgomery 1950 Robert Frith Jack Tracy Nick Shundich Jim Kelly Bill Clements Jerry Friedlander Jack Laub Joe Luchi Jim Brownell 1951 William Smart Ralph Staub ' Lee Haslinger Jim Holstein Tony Trabert Ray Campbell Jim Wuenker Bob Davis Jack Drake Ted Geier Bob Rau Frank Middendorf Tom Osterman Bob Sratton Bill McDonald Glenn Sample 1952 Ron Brill Dom Del Bene J. C. Evans Don Grammer Jim Kautz Judge Nippert John O'Brien Bob Rain Bill Shalosky Ken Stevenson Paul Yelton John Zeigler Jack Delaney 1953 Carl Aufdermarsh Ralph Brockmeier Marvin Cohn Barry Cors Don Fritz Dick Goist Ronald Goodfellow Gail Hersch Paul Mayer Gilbert Rinsky Jack Twyman 1954 Irish Condorodis Willis Conatser Jim Holmstrom Bill Lammert Ian MacGregor Tom McCormick Joe Miller Richard Orth Erv Single Ed Tschan Ken Wolf 1955 Evan Adrien Bruce Amand Charles Brogdon Otto Budig Tom Gerrard John Hattendorf Gene Henninger Mike Kausch Bob Maltz Nick Nicholas Don Presley Pete Seybolt Phil Wheeler Dick Willson Ben Yamaguchi 1956 Art Clark Matt Diana Paul Gosinger Gordon Greene Wally Holzman Sig Lawson Gene Mapes Brad Perkins Don Seilkop 1957 James Blakeney Mac Cato Allan Cors Ronald Couch Chuck Crumrine James Gentil Jack Hallerman John Pease James Reger Tad Schroeder Gary Wachs Donald Whipple 1958 Gil Born Jack Brinkley Dave Canary Richard Chalfin Dick DeVore Gene Johnson Mike Mendenhall Rod Nall Don Reinhold Terry Whelan Dave Woody 1959 Dick Anstaett Ed Denk Bill Graves Carl Hagberg Robert Holzman Dick Schwab Dave Tenwick Ron Walker Jim Woodard 1960 Bill Baetz Neal Berte Carl Bouldin Jay Green Bob Hartmann Jim Hayes Jack Lee Jerry Leimonstoll Alan Rosenberg Nick Shafor Henry Stroh Larry Willey 1961 Bob Chapman Ken Conatser Dan Dell Ken Elder John Grafton Barry Hess Bill Nester Phil Santora Gus Schmidt Larry Shingleton Charles Shuff Dick Snyder Max White Ed Wolf 1962 Darrell Cauley Paul Cholak Dick Crone Robert Gaines Dale Heidotting John Krieg Sid Lieberman Mickey McLaughlin Lynn Mueller Doug Rice Jim Sayler Frank Shaut Jim Siler 1963 Bill Abernethy John Anderson Lloyd Bernstein Bill Donohoo Bruce Heyman Paul Marshall John Mikula Jerry Momper Dave Oberlin Allen Quimby Gerald Sapadin Don Schuerman Bruce Vogelgesang Anthony Yates SIGMA SIGMA An honor society for junior and senior men, Sigma Sig- ma was founded at UC in 1898. Selected on the basis of character, personality, service to the University, and participation in campus activities, the new initi- ates this year were tapped during half-time at the UC-Miami football game on Thanksgiving Day. At Huck Hall, the traditional meeting place for men of Sigma Sigma, plans are made for such favorite all-cam- pus events as the Final Gun Dance following the UC- Miami game, and the Sigma Sigma Carnival. SIGMA SIGMA-Kneeling: Don Schuerman, Jim Sayler, Lloyd Bernstein, John Anderson Bruce Heyman. Second Row: John Mikula, Lynn Mueller, Sid Lieberman, John Grafton Pres.g Gerald Sapadin, Darrel Cauley, Allen Quimby. Third Row: Dan Dell, Paul Marshall Dave Oberlin, Dick Crone, Jerry Momper, Bill Abernethy, Bill Donohoo, Dale Heidottig. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA First Row: Nancy Steele, Rosemary Perrino, Janet Gladden, Darlynne Theiss Sec Judith Paulson, Pres., Susan Holifheimer. Treas.: Janet Seybert, Lau- relli Hiderer Bobbi Pope Judy Hilgerman. Second Row: Dotti Sheppard, Sandra Miller, Su- zanne Sott Ruth Hlrschberger Kathleen Niswonger. Evelyn Rettig. Carol Horton. Mary Maddux Janet Freudenberg Carolyn Waits. Third Row: Sandy Patterson, Mary Johnson, Ary Greathouse Bonnie Lewis Carol Wood. Sharon Loos, Karen Butz. Doris Fey, Nancy Freshman women with a 3.5 average or higher are eli- gible for membership in Alpha Lambda Delta. On Hon- ors Day 1963 senior Kathleen Martin was the recipient of the ALD Book Award, presented to the senior in Alpha Lambda Delta with the highest average. Finally recognized nationally this year as the oiiicial auxiliary to Scabbard and Blade, Guidons had extra reason to wear their bright red jackets with pride. This junior Women's honor society is also a service group and ushers at University convocations. GUIDON Fzrvr Row Kathy Murphy, Sue Sagmaster, lst Lieut., Jane Heisel, Carol Grone- man Capt Mary Schwanekamp Nancy Kock, 2nd Lieut. Second Row: Cindy Wolff, Linda Bongiorno Lynette Kacsur Jane Elbert, Pat Trachsel, Georgiann Chupp, Susan Steves. SOPHOS SOPHOS-Firsf Row: Herb Curry. Steve Huffman. Vice Pres.: Charles Hagner. Pres.: Sandy Youkilis. Treas.: Steve Schmaltz. Scfcvnml Raw: Paul Kuntz. Sid Lieberman. Dave Argabright. Don Schuerman. John Dilkey, Jack Boulton. Dan Beebe. Third Row: David Tomberg. John Grafton. Jim Lied. Al Gisgus. Nash McCauley. Jay Wright. Stan Isaac. Tom Binder. Fourth Row: Dale Lawrence, Ken Heuck. Jerry Trimble. Paul Marshall. Ken Wolf. Fred But- ler, Scott Johnson. Founded in 1931 by Dean Joseph Holliday, Sophos isan honor fraternity for outstanding freshman men. Proj- ects of Sophos this year included sponsorship of a Greek boy under the Foster Parents' Plan. presentation of the Dean Holliday Award, and manning, the Sophos Booth during Grientation Week. ln the spring quarter the men of Sophos planned a Sophos Week to acquaint freshman women with the members of the group. The week's activities reached a climax with the annual all-campus Sophos Dance. Y VM ' ,,,, ' f V Y' ' - J ,, ,V,, 1' M ,J . J I .. l ut f i i 'V" J "'.A' I A:'- 1 . gf A ff If, 9 li t P Q. L - J it f it " ' Q t A v-- If 4 , ,iw - 1 ,L'1 i l , . 5.-as 1 I f I t V EV L,.- V V,,:g E --,. I :, ,. ' , K, a -',.A . V' my is H . " K A t J , u A A Aw i VV "V ' U + 2 an , Q, M515 "" it kk.Vk ' H " , ,Av!, I M L , .K J A A . J. ,, L ya A V ., ll , i w L A , 7 . V ,. V K L.g, . . I ,VVV . XA A i I K T V t Vi? , ,. mV,'. 1 F L tr- X-L ' 4' l it 1' if rr K . A - x A irtre are 1 Q 1 ' 'K H J 2 1 E K . 2 , ALPHA ALPHA PI-First Row: Joy Domer, Joan Kreider, Gertrude Ramseier, Vice Pres.g Virginia Fonts, Pres., Cindy Lorenz, Sec., Ellie Ringwald, Barbara Boston. Second Row: Barb Rose, Carol Potts, Sally Chatiield, Jane Pryor, Linda Bongiorno, Cindy Wolff, Sonya Cochran. Third Row: Andi Kockritz, Lois Swartzbaugh, Margaret Robinson, Marcia Wagner, Cristel Dittrich, Mary Schwanekamp, Judy Murphy, Jane Elbert. A A Each fall in Logan Hall, members of Alpha Alpha Pi leave their rooms late at night to serenade and tap new women for membership in this scholastic and leadership honor society. This yearls pledges gave a party for the children at Allen House for their pledge project. Founded in 1950, the Cincinnati chapter of Chi Epsilon is concerned with the training of civil engineers. Members chosen from the top sixth of the junior class and top third of the senior class must also excel in engineering ability, Numerous field trips highlighted the year. CHI EPSILON-First Row: Robert Block, Guy Whipple, Pres.g Louis Patterson, Sec. BETA GAMMA SIGMA Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest honor that can be accorded to a Business Administration major. Those eligible include seniors in the top ten per cent of their class and juniors ranked in the top four percent of their class. In the past, outstanding UC alumni and faculty members have also been awarded membership on the basis of contributions to the business community and business educa- tion. Upholding high ideals in business and commerce, Beta Gamma Sigma encourages high scholarship among Bus Ad Students, and holds initiation in the spring quarter. FACULTY MEMBERS ACTIVE IN ALPHA OF OHIO Clark Aumend Walter Baude Francis Bird Ralph Bursiek Earl Case Robert Dillon Edith Elliot Norwood Geis I 96'I INITIATES Stephen Austin Frederick Brienes John Brauninger Donald Decker 1962 INITIATES Thomas Allman Hugh Brandt Glenn Cooper Bruce Forrester Louis Freeman John Grad I 963 INITIATES John Anderson Raymond Bogart Janet Brackett Chris Dallucas Allen Davis David DeBord John Goering George Gore George Hartman Arthur Holmes Milan Karas Dale Kiefer William Kiley Kenneth Lambert David Graham James Heck Kenneth Johnson Barbara Keselowsky Jack Hale David Kintler Robert Krammer Rex Levering John Martin Richard Delon William Edwards Stephen Harrison Ellbert Hubbard Thomas Hunter Jon Jacobson Carol Kohsin Clara LeLievre Thomas LeLievre Cyril Ling Wanda Mosbacher Frank Neuifer Wayne Overmyer Donald Pabst Herman Phaltzgraff Jerome Kiley Marilyn Meyers David Nordholf Ralph Rust William Naylor Robert Palmer Peter Patala Gordon Penning Gerald Pugh John Malone Terry Martz Henry Mergler David Miller Walter Peak Jerry Pitstick David Rotte Leslie Schwallie Raleigh Sharrock Gordon Skinner Freeman Suagee Arthur Taitt Lloyd Valentine Heiskell Whaling Kenneth Wilson Paul Smith William Snow Patricia Stanlield Jesse Stock David Ramsey Terrence Ravenscraft Fred Schneider Lowell Sturgeon Howard Tumler John Wright John Sale Roger Schwartz David Takacs Henry Tate, Jr. Cecil Walker John Yeager Pl DELTA EPSILONAI-7ir.s'1 Row: Carole Mayer. Pat Ryan, Sec.-Treas.g Helen Mueller. Sec- ond Row: Kathy Goertemiller. Margot Kasnr. Dean Newberry, Charlotte McGraw. Nancy Beamer. PI Pi Delta Epsilon. the honorary collegiate journalism so- ciety, initiates members on the basis of service to the various campus publications. The group annually spon- sors an open house for all students interested in journal- ism and Christmas and Spring Banquets. Character. scholarship. and demonstrated musical ability are the keys to membership in Mu Phi Epsilon. This in- ternational professional music sorority was founded in 1903 at the Cincinnati Metropolitan College of Music. MU Mu Phi's agenda this year included recitals and a concert. MU PHI EPSILON--Front Row: Zandra Alexander. Elliott Jones. Joan Garcia. Treas.g Linda Pencil. Sec.g Carol Purdy. Pres.g Alice Daniel. Vice-Pres.: Jeanne Garrett, Sec.g Elizabeth Lo- rentzen. Lee Stamper. Srfcrond Row: Gretchen Lash. Kathleen Hale. Connie Runions, Marietta Dean. Ida Louise Ash. Jane Gavin. Jane Linkmeyer. Third Row: Peggy Fesher, Pam Daniel. Edwina Hopkins, Vicki Barchers, Carol Torgersin. Nancy Jennings. Luthann Richards. Ruth Moll. Betty Neiheisel. 'V' if' gf ..., :lcv v nz" SA FTA KAPPA NU-F17-.rr Roux' Jerry Artz. Treas.: John Walton. Donald Bennett. Pres.: Randy Holt. Vice-Pres.: John Clevinger. Sec. .S'vt'mzf1' Rmv: Richard Nusker. Thomas Devanney. Ralph Taylor. Jr.. Thomas Zimmerman. Carl Hallik. Third Row: Harold Wiebe. Darrell Clark. John Mullaney. John Knab. William Gates. Outstanding electrical engineering students in the top tenth of the pre-junior class. top fourth of the junior class. or top third of the senior class may be elected to Eta Kappa Nu. Members of this national honor society an- nually honor a sophomore engineering student. Phi Eta Sigma is a national honor society which selects as members men who have achieved an average of 3.5 or better during their freshman year. Besides recognizing these outstanding students. the society serves the Univer- sity by distributing freshman study pamphlets, PHI PTA SIGMA-First Row: Don Sehuerman. Bill Pegg. Bill Monnig. Steve Schmaltz. Seei Burk Tower. Paul Marshall. Dale Lawrence. Tom Binder. Sid Lieberman. PI CHI EPSILON-First Row: Diane Hollkamp, Kay Ferguson, Pres., Sheila Seifert, Vice- Pres.g Mrs. Wanda Mosbacker. Adviser. Second Row: Carol Rathman, Dea Pizzo, Elizabeth Hoff, Carolyn Woodruff, Carol Rocca. PI CHI EPSILON Pl TAU SIGMA The interest and enthusiasm of junior and senior women in the fields of Business Administration and Engineering have kept Pi Chi Epsilon actively growing. Members chosen on the basis of scholastic achievement, interest, and activities attend the annual Strawberry Breakfast. Endeavoring to further engineering excellence by recog- nition, Pi Tau Sigma selects those upperclass mechanical engineers of outstanding character and scholastic ability. Activities for members this year included initiation cere- monies and tours through local industries. PI TAU SIGMA-First Row: Octave LaBath. Jerome Becher, Sec.g James Luginbuhl, Stan Heinfeld. Second Row: Wm. Schalfer, Jr., Norm Coletti, Ron Tarvin, Jay Taylor, Gordon Tod. Third Row: Paul Henry, David Lafuze, Joseph Llamas, Curtis Spenny. 1 zmumaaemnmmmw-fa-in-'emwnzmun lnF"Qv'Ae:f:vw7Mff'wwf 1 TAU BETA PI-First Row: John Boehm, James Deam. Joseph Nevin. David Piebig. Second Row: John Clevenger. Timothy Leonard, Ralph Taylor. Jr.g Carl Hallik. Third Row: Curtis Spenny. Richard Kitzerow, Douglas Hissong. Darrell Clark. Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society, initi- ates members from the upper lifth of the senior class and upper eighth of the junior class. ln addition to presenting a freshman academic award, TBP provided senior re- views for the state engineering exams. TAU BETA PI-Firsz Row: Larry Capriotti. Ed White. Robert Belz. Vice-Pres.: Nash Mc- Cauley. Pres.: Michael Ferris. James Jones. Treas.g William Schaffer. Jr. Sffcoml Row: James Deam. Joseph Nevin. Armand Tremblay. Jerome Becher. Douglas Yelton. Tobert Terhar. Don- ald Mueller. Tlzird Row: John Williams. Adolph Harris. Mike Schira, Donald Bennett. John Bankovskis, John Mullaney, Doug Hissong. Thomas Zimmerman. Wayne Moyer. PHI MU ALPHA-Front Row: Tom Mann. Mike Dennison, Bob Gray. Sec.g Tom Akins, Pres.g David Draper. Vice-Pres.g David South, Treas.g Gary Dean. Sccoml Row: William Gauthier, Joel Marshall, Byron Foucht, Michael Schleyer, Robert Huckenber, William Allan. David Petrik, Alan Lancy. R. Wayne Whitman. PHI MU ALPHA CCM STUDENT SENATE A professional music fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha is com- posed of students dedicated to furthering the development of music in America. Eta Omicron chapter, located at the Conservatory of Music, enjoyed a calendar of events ranging from recitals to social functions. Meeting Weekly, the CCM Student Senate coordinates student activity on the Conservatory campus with that on the UC main campus. The Senate has also been author- ized by the faculty to legislate in the area of disiplinary action to be taken against students. STUDENT SENATE-First Row: Bill Allen, Vice-Pres.: Jane Gavin, Pres.g Carol Alexander, Sec. Second Row: Jeanne Garrett, Connie Runions, Frank Fahringer, Marcia DiCola. Third Row: David Draper, Robert Engle, William Dickinson, Edward Hinshaw, Ruth Moll, Joan Garcia. DELTA OMICRON DELTA OMICRON-Front Raw: Sharon Spery, Sec.g Juanita Patton. Treas.g Margaret Foucht, Vice-Pres.g Linda Gillum, Pres.g Anna Gantner, Adviserg Patty Wright, Vice-Pres.g Patsy Rohrer, Sec. Sccoml Row: Nancy Farley, Susan Ritter, Charlotte Johnston, Carolyn Roettger, Lee Walker, Jeannine Conley, Mary Dopp. Professional and student musicians are eligible for mem- bership in Delta Omicron sorority, an organization origi- nally founded at the UC College Conservatory of Music in 1909 now claiming fifty active chapters across the country. In their efforts to inspire closer friendship among women music students and to stimulate greater growth in the performance and appreciation of good music, the Delta Omicrons sponsor closed and open recitals for chap- ter members. The sisters also enjoy planning fund-raising projects to finance their February rush season. .VXL ,. L . r nlwx W-ww-e , ,. , . .. M rf fs:-Q2 fwiff fg Si H I.Ml--5EiET::iES57.i2f5r5i W' La?EL35is3355siiggiiisiiiiifiiiisf?3?f?5Q5i7i-' .ni T151-fl9" ' - 1 1.-Q9 -' - 1 . 7--if--my-.15-1 :ef:-.wife-wwgilm,-sz-sfsiffwzff:fue-t-ff'f:-f-: :V -1- - ., ,,,,....,-.,.,M, ,arfwas--V.-i D,..,, .J--L -- H I-15fYs29z:fr, F75fis.f9casSf-fitggffgffmfQ21sqssisai 4-fi -1 2 - .- f ffaigatzw smilsggszsfizszfw2.f:1:s1f1-':-1-:mxig--irih ww . -.,,.,,-eve-fmSrf2r:w.f-:Qwef,.,.fg-V, -.1 .i " H ,. '.'15-fiif flf IQEillliglfff'1?71EiferEeiiZ5Z55iE??EiiE553Y7fff??ff2f CINCINNATUS , Q W' O CINCINNATUS-First Row: Don Schuerman, Jody Winkler, Judy Bartlett, Vice Pres., Mary Rowe Moore, Adv., Jim Schwab, Pres., Gene Lewis, Adv., Tom Watkins, Treas.g Chickie Stein, Helen Sekinger. Second Row: Sue Sagmaster, Barbara Read, Lynn Barber, Stan Isaac, Charles Hagner, Joe Burnett, David Argabright, John Grafton, Skippy Kahsar, Linda Bonjiorno. Third Row: Steve Huffman, Suzanne Arend, Karen Butz, Paul Jones, Tom Binder, Margo Johnson, Sue Heil, Al Fisgus, Mike Dever, David Oberlin, Kay Ferguson, Art Church. Fourth Row: Tim Barker, Lloyd Bernstein, Ken Heuck, Lynn Mueller, Paul Marshall, Fred Butler, Dave Rit- ter, Dave Levering, Gerald Sapadin. Each summer the Cincinnatus Society, having as much fun as its guests, holds a series of neighborhood coke par ties. At these informal gatherings, freshmen are invited to meet some of their future classmates and to become better acquainted with UC through conversation, viewing slides, and looking through past CINCINNATIANS. An honorary service organization, Cincinnatus holds regular business meetings after the coke parties and plans the Freshman Mixer, held the first night of orientation week in the UC Armory Fieldhouse. JUNIOR ADVISORS ga A . ga . QQ , , , i 2-V " J A-it I i 1 G 4 ' 6 J , 27.. ' S ,Jem in . J vii Y A A. 4' 5 i F LG . JUNIOR ADVISORS-First Row: Susan Hoffheimer, Nancy Kock, Marty Towles, Marilou Osinske, Susan Steves. Chrm.1 Sue Sagmaster, Sec., Jean Lathan. Second Row: Pam Venosa, Sherry Silverman, Kathy Murphy, Jan Ketcham, Dona Kaiser. Carol Kuhn, Faye Goldberger, Rosalie Cook, Sue Sicking. Ann Geiger, Kathy Shirk, Judie Frakes. Third Row: Bev Brissie, Susie Kern, Cindy Wolff, Andi Kochritz. Marcia Kramer. Judy Krogh, Sue Hausman. Susan Nagel, Kathy Weaver, Nancy Rapp, Sally Mayer, Fourth Row: Susie Davids, Nancy Jo Adams, Carol Horton, Darlynne Theiss. Sandi Schwallie, Jane Dietrich, Suzie McMath, Karen Hoeb. Joani Bailis, Patty Sinnott, Janet Seybert, Carolyn Vance. Fifth Row: Winona Lindsey, Sally Chatheld, Barbara Rend. Mary Dean Whitehurst. Peggy Haugh, Shirley Myers. Judi Gruber, Jane Lighttield, Pat Alloy, Doris Fey. Sixth Raw: Valerie Raabe, Marily Coshun. Mary Schwankamp, Sally Winterhaller, Sharon Loos. Sue Marienthal, Dorothy Brady, Jani Elbert, Jo Ann Bockstiegel, Betty Lou Stegman, Diane Lundin. Orientation would be a very diihcult task without the help of the Junior Advisors. These outstanding sopho- more and junior women are selected each year to assist the administration in guiding freshman girls in making the necessary adjustments to college life. Freshmen organ- ized by colleges attend all programs of Orientation Week with their advisors and still hnd time to squeeze in campus tours and conferences on such topics as social behavior, campus activities, and academic life. This year the ad- visors greatly facilitated the quarter system orientation. MEN'S ADVISORY COUNCIL MEN'S ADVISORY COUNCIL-First Row: Charles Hagner, Steve Huffman. Sandy Youkilis, Don Schuerman, Chrm.g Bill Monnig, John Anderson, .lim Schwab, Ken Wolf. Second Row: Art Davies. Lynn Barber, Fred Winemiller. Dan Beebe, Dan Carmichael, Dave Oberlin, Paul Jones. Dave Levering. Third Row: Dan Earley, Paul Dawson, Rich Theryoung, Keith Suerdick, Lloyd Bernstein, Al Fisgus, Tom Enoch, Tom Binder, Art Church. Fourth Row: Ron Allan, Burk Tower. Ken Heuck, Doug Hissong, Jerry Trimble, Paul Marshall, Dave Ritter, Tom Trot- ter, Jim Hartman, Gerald Sapadin. Composed of outstanding upperclassmen, the Men's Ad- visory Council worked closely with the Orientation Week Committee to introduce freshman men to the UC campus. To stimulate intellectual, social, and collegiate interest, Men's Advisors encouraged their advisees to participate in the Keys to Knowledge Lectures, the McMicken Fo- rum, co-educational activities, and pep rallies for the UC teams. In keeping with the all new orientation events, the Menis Advisors held a get-acquainted luncheon prior to orientation with the Womenis Advisors. INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS-Emily Kidwell, Ruth Hirschberger, Sec.g Richard Kinstler, Pres. To prepare both varsity and novice members for intercol- legiate meets, the UC Debaters found themselves attend- ing weekly meetings and holding intra-group practice de- bates. Butler University, Ohio State, Purdue, and New York City University were only a few of the schools met by the UC team. Under the guidance of Dr. Verderber, the debaters again undertook two "flying tripsi' to par- ticipate in tournaments. In April the University of Cin- cinnati Debate Team hosted a Novice Debate Tourna- ment to round out activities for the year. HOMECOMING COMMITTEE M,,...v-M-.., HOMECOMING COMMITTEE-First Row: Jack Boulton, Paul Gigley, Co-Chrm.g Jan Maschmeyer, Co-Chrm.g Jim Buck, Suzanne Arend. Second Row: Cindy Wolff, Carol Grone- man, Carole Mayer, Ierrilynn Byers, Dave Kersey. This year the Homecoming Committee concentrated on the two basic purposes of Homecoming: the traditional Welcome home and entertainment of alumni, and the equally important opportunity for offering the entire stu- dent body a chance to work together. Committee chair- men were chosen late in the spring of 1963 and started making intricate plans for the float parade, game, and dance. Keeping a hectic pace with the start of school in the fall, students ignored studies for two Weeks and con- structed floats on a '4South Seasl' theme. UNIVERSITY CHORAL ACTIVITIES MEN'S OCTET MEN'S OCTET--First Row: Dan Luginbuhl, Dennis Childs, Ron Blankenbuehler. Second Row: Gordon Air, Ray Harri son, Ed Humphrey, Jim Adams, Murray Aphelbaum. UNIVERSITY SINGERS UNIVERSITY SINGERS--First Row: Cindy Grogg, Beth Barrow, Nancy Hough, Carol Tomford, Jeanne Schackelford, Ida Ash, Inez Washabaugh, Arlene Rubinoff. Second Row: Bill Staker, Warren Trickey, David Flanders, Don Paul, Darrel Bostow, Howard Hines, Jim Seivel, Mike Hanning. UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB-First Row: Pat Robinson, Beth Barrow, Ida Ash, Cindy Grogg, Janet Evans, Lois Nathan, Joy Domer, Carolyn Moomaw, Sue Abbott, Dr. Robert Garrertson, Dir., Judy Faris, JoAnne Wolfe, Barbara Boxston, Joan Kreider, Arlene Rubin- oif, Judy Trainer, Mary Jane Stephenson, Jane Seybert, Marjory Staples, Jeanne Schackleford. Second Row: Nancy Yeager, Joan Wied- enbein, Carol Tomford, Nancy Hough, Carol Hamilton, Judy Collins, Pat Chaney, Bonnie Conn, Charlene Harrison, Janet Kimberly, Gayle Buchman, Helen Mueller, Lynne Mueller, Pat Pedersen, Nancy Meredith, Cheryl Fields, Inez Washabaugh, Bobbe Robins, Margaret Walker, Lynne Rice, Sharon Robins, Marilyn Henthorn, Suzanne Lowry, Donna Brown. Third Row: Susan Hauser, Suzanne McNeil, Nancy Sansotta, Myra Ward, Karen Browning, Jack Olpp, Gordon Air, Robert Spence, Warren Trickey, Dennis Childs, Garth Maynard, Don Miller, Dan Luginbuhl, Ron Bridges, Tom Anestasio, Jim Clarkson, Robert Baesel, Shelly Rudman, Dianne Kapphahn, Kathy Long. Mary Schwanekamp, Susan Mote, Helen Bush. Fourth Row: Ken Krantz, Robert Baesel, Fred Heltsley, Russell Sandman, Jim Adams, George Burger, David Steves, David Flanders, Jim Alfred, Jon Gerhardt, Murray Aphelbaum, Richard Amos, Louis Martin, Morris Hel- ler, Ron Blankenbuehler, William Staker, Dan Tuertscher, James Baker, Lawrence Murray, Ken Smith, Duane McVay, Darrel Bostow, Howard Hines, Jim Ireland, Jim Seibel, Ray Harrison, Don Paul, Ed Humphrey. UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB vlembers of the UC Glee Club. Mens Octet, and Uni- 'crsity Singers are well known to greater Cincinnati from heir many concerts for civic and church groups. as well as vlarch break the Glee Club took to buses for Z1 five day rnging tour through northern Ohio. The annual spring Dr. Robert Garrrftsorz, Director Christmas television appearance. This year over the nner dance concluded their activities. Lair' afferlzomz l'l'1ll'flI'.X'll!A' t'l111'n1 four I0 Six lzoizrx l'll!'lI week from the Gln' Cvlllllhf IliIIL'fj"flVF 777l'l71f7l'l'.l TRIANON-First Row: Helen Abrams, Sharon Crum, Treas., Judy Faris, Vice-Pres., Pat A1- loy, Pres., Carol Lienhart, Sec., Alice Chidlaw. Second Row: Juen Bieler, Carolyn Ginandt, Sue Abbott, Meier Holtz, Diane Barth, Nan Lanham, Karin Rabe, Lola Laney, Joyce Albrinck. Third Row: Nancy Roesner, Kip Williamson, Donna Frommel, Sandy Patterson, Reeni O,Connor, Jo Ann Wieghaus, Diane Carey. The friendly and spirited girls of Trianon, UC's only non-Greek sorority, proved to the campus one doesn't have to be Greek to be active. Joining in a variety of activities, Trianon members still found time to con- tinue their traditional tea for foreign students. First organized in 1959 as a political coalition of iive fraternities, the Good Government Group expanded this year into a campus wide organization for both men and women. Patterned after national political par- ties, GGG backed candidates for student government. GOOD GOVERNMENT GROUP-First Row: John Jennings, Debbie Whitney, Joe Bur- nett, Sec.-Treasg Ron Allan, Chrm.g Herb Curray, Fac. Adv., Don Schuerman, Pam Venosa. Second Row: Bob Wiesman, Sandy Erdeljohn, Pat Pennington, Carl Goodwin, Steve Jones, Joe Ottaviani, Pat Trachsel, Mary Dornheggen. Third Row: Barbara Read, Jay Wright, Pete Blakeney, Fred Butler, David Rader, Scott Johnson, Carole Mayer, Skippy Kahsar. Q01 'limo MUMMERS GUILD BOARD-Sealed: Leroy Reams, Pres Rita Romundo Standzngf Den nis Taylor, Mary Paul, Marcia Lewis, Fred Arnold, Tom Neuman Entering into its forty-second year, the Mummers Guild is the oldest dramatic organization in Cincinnati. Interested students may participate in open audi- tions, and membership offers not only acting opportu- nities but also experience in scenic design, costume de- sign, and business operations. A special division of the Guild is the Carousel Theatre, which presents experi- mental plays. "The Boyfriendf, performed on the Show- boat Rhododendron, and '6Sch0ol for Scandal" were two outstanding productions for 1964. INTERNATIONAL CLUB--Firxt Row: Sung J. Cho, Ernesto Plagata. Treas.g Beverly A. Cho, Kwang-Shik Choi, Pres., Sharon Rose. Sec.g R. C. Nataraj. Second Row: Won-Kuin Kim. Manfred Kafer, Kaspar Vieregge, Klaus Henneberg, Heinz Wellmann. Han Mu Kang. Friendships, cultural exchange, and social meetings be- tween American and foreign students are the aims of UC's International Club. Held in the fall quarter, the In- ternational Folk Festival, featuring talent from many nations, is the club's campus project. Operating under the auspices of the Community Chest, the Y opens its doors to all UC coeds and makes avail- able to them a stimulating calendar, including such events as monthly all-membership dinners, freshman and Y.W.C.A. sophomore conferences, and community service projects. YWCA-First Row: Kathy Murphy. Sec.: Nancy Jo Adams. Soph. Coun. Adviser: Pam Knosp. Pres.: Nancy I-leisel. Vice-Pres.g Anne Radcliffe. Membership Chrm.g Kathy Goerteniiller. Wor- ship Chrm.g Georgiann Chupp, Treas. Second Row: Norma Taylor. Cindy Wolff, Bobbi Leach. Valerie Raabe, Judy Krogh, Susie Griggs, Ellie Ringwald. YMCA CABINET-First Row: Dave Levering. Sec.: Marty Popp, Pres. Second Row: Michael Adachi, John Jennings, Paul Kuntz. Tom Schott. Third Row: James Robinson, Charles P. Hag- ner. Bob Moser, Lynn Mueller, Pete Blakeney. Tom Watkins. The campus Y offers UC men an integrated program of religious, social, and cultural life within a single or- ganization. Well known projects of the YMCA include the Freshman Camp, the Marriage Seminars, the Pancake Dinner, and the Student-Faculty Conference each spring. Y.M.C.A. YMCA FRESHMAN CABINET-First Row: Herman Mitchell, Treas.g John Hagner. Pres., Gary Tuntlamd, Vice-Pres.g Joseph Duncan, Jr., Sec. Second Row: Michael Marker. Denis Cleeter, Roy Kiessling, Erv Connors. STUDENT RELIGIOUS COUNCIL-First Row: Janice Tulich, Michael Crowe, Chrm.g Carol Weber, Rec. Sec., Lloyd Anderson, Second Row: Julie Harrison, Mary Howell, Jane Hendricks, Meier Holtz, Martha Curtsinger. Third Row: Peter Broy, Dale Lawrence, Bill Palmiter, Jim Robinson, Steve Wolter. S.R.C. R.E.P. Composed of representatives from all UC Religious foundations, the YWCA, and the YMCA, the Student Religious Council annually holds the World University Service auction. Proceeds from the sale of student serv- ices go to needy foreign students. Concerned by the lack of student response to past REP events, this yearls Religious Emphasis Program committee conducted a survey to discover the type of religious programing preferred by students. A psychologist, Dr. Paris, assisted with the survey. RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS PROGRAM-Beth Vaughan, Martha Curtsinger, Chrm.g Martha Towles, Judy Ertel. is iglgimmw 5, 4: W. 1 . Q if . I BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP-First Row: Gary Statler, John Lathrop Bill Brand enburgh. Second Row: Ken Kincaid, Howard Hines. Treas.g Reverend Elmer Bostow Advis erg Mary Howell. Pres., Reeni O'Connor. Third Row: David Kincaid, Darrel Bastow Debbie Hill, Arthur Peters, Charline Echols. An aihliate of the American Baptist Convention, the Baptist Student Fellowship sponsors discussions, lec- tures, and movies on current religious topics. In addi- tion to their informal Sunday night meetings, the Fellowship organized a picnic to welcome freshmen. Now in its fifth year on the UC campus. the Baptist Student Union, in conjunction with the Baptist Church Council, strives to advance the moral and spiri- tual life of Baptist students. A mixture of fun and learning predominated at the Union-sponsored retreats. B.S.F. B.S.U BAPTIST STUDENT UNION-First Row: Lela Sewll, Meier Holtz. Second R011 Bill Palm iter, Pres., Ernest Beevers, Stud, Dir.g Jim Hildreth, Vice-Pres., Jannette Johnson HILLEL-First Row: Miriam lranslateur, Alan N. Stern, Bernard Fish, Miriam Mandeles. Sewrzd Row: Esther Hattenbach. Treasg Arthur Starr. Pres.g Donald Edelstein. Dir., Adele Harrison. Vice-Pres.g Ilene Friedman, Sec. Third Row: Margot Kasfir, Mike Freedman, Phillip W. Miller. Victor Kovens. Arlene Rubinoff. HILLEL C.S.O. Hillel members this year engaged in a variety of activities in addition to their weekly religious services. A great deal of time was devoted to planning the Hillel Regional Con- clave, participating in a graduate study program, and taking courses in Hebrew and history. Taking on an Hartyi' air this year, members of the Chris- tian Science Organization redecorated their campus chap- el. Besides regular monthly business meetings, the Or- ganization sponsored Monday night seminars and Bible study groups three times each quarter. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION-First Row: Minna Carol Baker, Peter Broy, Vice-Pres.g Judy Heckerman. Pres., Vicki Weigel, Sec., Thomas Fairclough. Second Row: Cornelia Sass, Carol Cutler, Jody Petering. Bill Starr, Carole Frazier, Marilyn Petering. Third Row: Ben Hubbard, Jay Proops, Jerry Stivers, Richard McKnight, Teg Gregory, Victor Wege- lin. NEWMAN CLUB NEWMAN CATHOLIC CENTER-First Row: Janice Tulich, Leo Niemeier, Vice-Pres., Steve Wolter, Pres., Jane Weitheimer, Vice-Pres., Father Don McCarthy, Chaplaing Steve Mill- bourn, Treas.g Judy Sandman, Sec.g Dennis Harcourt. Second Row: Marlene D'Andrea, Sec., Judy Grogan, Sue Latscha, Phyllis Knollmann, Michael Crowe, Kathleen O'Hair, Karen Car- ter, Elizabeth McMahan, Penny Barth. Third Row: Gayle Buchman, Pat Vieson, John Kauf- hold, James Ariss, Ronald Horning, Burke O'Nea1, Bob Vorherr, Carol Winkler, Marellene Wedig. With the addition of a new wing, the Newman Club pro- vides a perfect gathering place for Catholic students in- terested in a variety of programs. This year the Newman Club presented the lirst all-campus Catholic Mixer. The club also sponsors the University of Cincinnati Catholic Educational Program to educate all Catholic students in religion at the university level, and a "Sing-Alongl' in the spring open to all students. Thus the club provides a well- rounded educational, social, and religious schedule for its many undergraduate members. WESLEY FOUNDATION WESLEY FOUNDATION-First Row: Linda Danner, Sec., Keith McAlhaney, Treas.g Bill Tate, Rev, Jack Stephenson, Dir.: Carol Weber, Pres., George Baker, George Hunsaker, Judy Stucker, Vice Pres.g Emily Kidwell. Second Row: Joan Kreider, Barbara Boston, Barb Porter, Sue McElfresh, Ron Hill, Larry Wolfe, Gary Green, Mike Bowler, Virginia Fouts, Martha Cromwell, Doris Thayer. Third Row: Myra Jo Ward, Ronald Roberts, Han Mu Kang, Rick Barsan, Don Riemenschneider, Mike Gfell, Bruce Martin, Susan Mote, Roger Hawkinberry, J im Williams, Martha Ellis, Patti Francy. Open to all faiths, the Wesley Foundation hosted daily after lunch seminars with their advisor. Beginning with freshman retreat and banquet in the fall, the Wesleyans presented Wednesday and Sunday evening programs, a Snowball Fling in January, and a sacrificial supper before Easter. This spring the senior banquet was held, and next year's many activities were planned at the officers, re- treat. To encourage more student participation, the Wes- ley Foundation House on Clifton Avenue has ample space for study and all types of recreation. LUTHERAN FOUNDATION-First Row: Lola Laney. Connie Hetrick. Sec.g Lloyd Ander- son. Pres.: Reverend Jack Seymour. Advisor: Dick Francis. Erwin Ullrich. Soc-mm' Row: Fran- cis Francis. Patricia Kramer. Julie Harrison. Jane Anderson. Mamie Hawks. David Vonado. Third Row: Jeff Johnson. Roger Hawks. Sidney Hage. James Robinson. David Carlson. Open to all UC students, the Lutheran Foundation holds meetings every Sunday night which include a dinner fol- lowed by speakers or films. The Foundation sponsored a nondenominational Bethel Bible Study under the guid- ance of Rev. Jack Seymour of the Lutheran Church. 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Y , AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS AMERICAN INSTITUTE ARCHITECTS-First Row: Philip Combs, Treas.g Thomas Meyer, Larry Wolfe, William Duchek, Pres., David Kemnitzer, Vice-Pres.g Robert Douglas, Keith Suerdick. Second Row: J. Mack H uston, Alan Glons, Dan Church, Michael Doyle, Roger Hol- zen, .Iohn Suhar, Jack Wright, Arnold Meadows. The student chapter of the American Institute of Archi- tects, working in conjunction with the Cincinnati AIA, is open to students in the architectural and city planning programs. In addition to regularly scheduled meetings, AIA sponsored films, lectures, and iield trips. ALPHA CHI SIGMA-First Row: Gordon Dunn, Sec.g David Holtgrewe. Second Row: David Livingoton, Ron Shemenski. Jerry Fuqua. Providing discussions of chemical and metallurgical en- gineering topics, Alpha Chi Sigma is actively devoted to the advancement of the chemistry profession. Each year senior members participate in guidance programs in fields of their particular interest. ALPHA CHI SIGMA-First Row: Tim Wiseman, Master Alchemistg Louis Lindeman. Re- porterg Daniel McCright, Treas. Second Row: John W. Boehm. Kenneth Mohns. Gary L. Haus- man, Robert W. Emmert, James R. Deam. Third Row: Timothy K. Leonard, Edward W. Stue- bing, Charles E. Clum, Fred D. Ashead, Steve W. Schmaltz, Lee Dickey. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICS AND ASTRONAUTICS-First Row: Eugene Fleeman, Daniel Smith, Vice-Pres., Jerry Hahn, Pres., Robert Engle, Jr., Treas. Second Row: Thomas Meyer, H. Murray Frye, Joseph Heltzel, Jr. Recently organized on the UC campus, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics plays a sig- A I A A nificant role in the attainment of its members' aca- demic goals. AIAA programs provide information re- lating to job opportunities and recent trends in the aeronautical engineering Held. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICS AND ASTRONAUTICS-First Row: Larry Capriotti, James Ramsey, Sec., Roger Hawks, Vice-Chrmn.g Roger Guile, Chrmn.g George Collier, Treas. Second Row: Terry Gamber, Wayne Moyer, John Bankovskis, Ed White, Joe Farkas, Ron Hess. 'K' AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS-First Row: Dan Schneider Treasg Charles G. Deeb, Irvin J. Cotton. John W. Boehm. Mike Bowman, Pres Stcond Row: Tim Wiseman. James E. Hartley, Lee Dickey, Paul Hemker, Bob Howard. Third Row Norman Galinsky, Milton Cohen, Steve Schmaltz, Doug Hissong, Mike Devanney Dave Arndt, Bob Betz. The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is open to all chemical engineering students. The group pre- sented speakers and industrial tours and co-sponsored the annual senior banquet and dance in conjunction with the metallurgical engineering society. Pharmacy majors find the American Pharmaceutical As- sociation an extracurricular source of interest in the field of professional pharmacy. The Association presents speakers on current topics and sponsors open houses during Pharmacy Week and throughout orientation. A.l.CH.E A.PH.A. AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION-First Row: Susie Davids Vice Pres David Gackenheimer, Pres. Second Row: Joseph Kolezynski, Ann Egbert, Pat Chaney Mary Gibbons. Diana Dragoo. Third Row: Pam Leffel, John Gockuhumir, Richard Fenster Mikal Forbes, David Barklow. Linda Dunham. Fourth Row: Richard Morrow, Ed Besse Fred Mes sina, John Lieberth, Norman Weisbrodt, Mike Dunphy. 1 urn r1a AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR METALS-First Row: Jerry Puff, Raymond Usell, Pres.g Charles McGrath. Second Row: T. Kantor, Ronald Shemenski, R. Brown. Open to all metallurgical engineering majors, the Ameri- can Society for Metals provides opportunities for students A,S,M, to pursue their interests in this field outside the class- room. The Societyis activities this year included films, lectures, and visits to plant sites. AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR METALS-First Row: Daniel McCright, Richard Miller, Sec.g Timothy K. Leonard, Pres.g Robert Southall, Treas.g Bill Laing. Second Row: Donald W. Kifer, William H. Tholke, Adviserg Michael P. Gallagher, Patrick A. Russo. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-First Kappus, Robert Block, Pres.g Joseph Tonweber. Second Ro John Deye, Larry Hothem, Guy Whipple. Integrating classroom knowledge with the Cincinnati busi- ness community, the American Society of Civil Engineers invited local business men to discussion groups. Also en- couraging a professional awareness in its members, the society sponsored a number of industrial visits. Row: Richard Swisshelm, Ulrich w: Bill Crawford, Jim Schroeder, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS-First Row: R. Weigand, R. Mitchell. R. Ramsey. Sec.g P. Hughes. Chrm.: R. Wilks, Treas.: G. Denney. Second R0w.' John Madden. Edward Medley. James Hiss. Thomas Mahaney, Allan Toepfer. Larry Curless, John Laird. Third Row: John Miller. Charles Utz. Kenneth Krabacher, Richard Kinsman, Rodney Birkinbine. Jim Johnson. Jon Gerhardt. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers enables members to combine recreation with an interest in the en- gineering profession. In addition to general business meet- ings, ASME sponsored tours through local industries and a number of parties throughout the year. 204 A.S.M.E. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS-First Row: Jack Bevington. Gordon Tod, Stan Heinfeld. Octave LaBath, Chrm.g Dave Lafuze, Sec.g Norm Coletti. Bill Schaffer, Jr. Second Row: James Luginbuhl, David Fancher, Paul Henry, Ron Tarvin, Jerry Welling. Tom Somerfield. Third Row: Jack Hoeneimier, Ronald Huffmeier, Joseph Llamas. C. Bruce Minturn, Jr.. Curtis Spenny, Jerome Becher. INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICAL ENGINEERS-F1'r.vr Row: G. Denney. Glenn Hoffmeister. Chrm.: Charles Brombaugh. Sec. Second Row: Terry Glass. George Wissel. David Smith. Patil Lindhorst. Brothers of the Institute of Electrical and Electronieal Engineers each year feature a calendar of both academic and social events. In addition to sponsoring the graduate I.E.E.E. school symposium and junior thesis panels, the IEEE finds time to sponsor parties at section changes. Knab. Ralph Taylor. Jr.. Dale Nieman. Jerry Artz. vinger. Thomas Devanney. lfourrlz Row: Harold Vieson, Dennis Morgan. John Mullaney. Donald INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICAL ENGINEERS-Ffrsr Row: Thom- as Zimmerman. Sec.: Randy Holt. Chrm, SL'l'tIIHf Row: John Walton. David Zevan. George Wil- limmson. Joseph Nevin, Robert Doerllein. Richard Nosker. Carl I-Iallik, Tf11'1'glRmt': John William Gates. Bruce O'Connor. John Cer- Wiehe. Philip Horan. Darrell Smith. John Bennett. Elden Wick. Darrell Clark. -vu v V Q' 2 SIGMA IOTA EPSILON SIGMA IOTA EPSILON-First Row: Jerry Staton, Lloyd Bernstein, Walter Hullemeyer, George Gore, Fac. Adv.g David Rotte, Pres.g David Spreen, Charles Bick, Alan McKelvay. Selected on a basis of high scholastic standing, the new initiates of Sigma Iota Epsilon, an honorary management fraternity, benefit from extracurricular management ideas. A dinner sponsored by Kroger Company in honor of the group highlighted the year's activities. ALPHA KAPPA PSI-Fir.s't Row: Tom Watkins, Treas.1 Gary Volz, Pres.g Ron Amend. Vice- Pres.g Joe Ottaviani. Sec. Svc-mid Roux' Tom Sued. Rick Hallberg, Neal Kinney, Bob Leckinger. Third Row: Terry Brooks. Ronald Weich. Lynn Mueller, Stephen Millbourn, Donald Auker- man. Celebrating its fiftieth year at UC, Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional fraternity for business administration majors. An examination of new trends in business, in addition to tours of local industries. gave members an insight into the professional business world. Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary and professional fraternity established to promote the accounting profession and its standards. In addition to social events, Beta Alpha Psi schedules meetings to give students an opportunity to dis- cuss aspects of accounting with professional men. BETA ALPHA PSI-First Row: Jim Lammert, Sec.g Bill Schwartz, Vice-Pres.g Charles Wil- liamson, Pres.g J. Tim Sale. Treas.g D. F. Pabst, Faculty Advisor. Secona' Row: Donald Charill, David Spreen. Stephen West. Richard Holmes, Clarence Cassidy, Bruce Oliver. Third Row: John Raimer, Charles Jackson, John Cutshall, Roger Schwartz, Jim Sedgwick, William Ed- wards. DELTA SIGMA Pl DELTA SIGMA PI-First Row: Robert Snyder, Milton Schloss, Harold Kirzner, Sec.: Don Schmerber, Vice Pres.: Jerry Clark, Pres.g Fred Dietrich, Ir., David Berry, Treas.g Jonas Green- baum. Second Row: Randall Bender, Thomas Aylward, Robert Smith, Ross Benter, Garland Deaton, Allan Arenda, Richard Davidson, Charles Longini, William Docter. Professional, social, and philanthropic events all find a place on the Delta Sigma Pi agenda. Scholarship keys were awarded in the spring to outstanding students in day and evening college, and the Rose of Delta Sigma Pi Dance and a party for orphans climaxed the year. ...Q .9 if V' tts' ' fi. . bW-.' ' -, -V V 'U' T" I ARETE-First Row: Kathy Murphy, Barb Frazier. Sec.g Trish Turner, Pres.g Donna Ring, Treas.g Karen Nolte. Second Row: Rosalee Cook, Mary Ellen Loy, Judy Rolfert, Janie Weales, Norma Scott. Third Row: Sally Mayer. Carol Watanabe, Elaine Dreidame, Carole Mayer. Judy Rabe, Judy Bischoff, Jean Eggers, Carol Naish. Membership in Arete is limited to those women majoring in physical and health education. Arete members enjoy full use of an activities room in the Womenls Physical Education Building and sponsor a number of activities, including a Winter Party and Mother-Daughter Banquet. The Temple of Scarab Fraternity is an honor society for all outstanding students of architecture. Scarab encour- ages co-operation and competition to advance architec- ture on campus. Each year the group honors an outstand- ing senior in the held of architecture. SCARAB-First Row: Clay Hickerson, Richard Baxter, Treas.g Ronald Batterson, Sec.g Ron- ald Kreinbrink, Pres., Gary Lesniewiez. Vice-Pres.g Russell Lewis. Second Row: Randall Gor- don, David Kemnitzer, Jim Schulte, David Ross. John Ray. Third Row: William Cable. Don- ald Geis, Roger Hughes. Hans Bleiker, Gerald Harley. Fourth Row: William Duchek, Robert Yelton, Stephen Gebhardt, Dan Church, Mike Doyle. 2 CO-EP CLUB-First Row: Judy Birkmeyer, Sec., Karen E. Thoman, Pres.g Mary Lou Maddux, Treas. Second Row: Nancy Roesner, Sandy Patterson, Nancy Sanger, Nancy Steele. Social fellowship for women in the colleges of Engineer- ing, Applied Arts, and Business Administration is the aim of the Co-Ep Club. Founded on UC's campus in 1920, the organization meets informally during the year to plan card parties and sports activities. This year's English Club Agenda was highlighted by a faculty panel discussion on the "Evils of Censorship" and a discussion with UC's Elliston Poet, Daniel Hoff- man. The club also presented movies on books desig- nated as required reading in freshman classes. ENGLISH CLUB-Dan Callard, Hagor Fletch, George Soets, Pres. up vt- . ,EW A fir fs, If at ,Ek KINDERGARTEN PRIMARY CLUB-First Row: Ierrilyn Byers, Pres., Agnes Manney, Adv., Connie Becker, Sec. Second Row: Analda Simmons, Yvonne Morton, Helen Byrd, Nan- cy Riley. Through its diverse activities, the Kindergarten Pri- mary Club offers its members many insights into the techniques of elementary school teaching. This year the members of KP Club enjoyed speeches by visiting edu- cators and made frequent trips to community schools. Drawing students from programs in elementary and high school education, the Secondary Elementary Club provides a medium for group discussions and exchange of ideas to supplement classwork. This year the club featured lectures by local school administrators. KINDERGARTEN PRIMARY CLUB SE CLUB SECONDARY ELEMENTARY CLUB--Nan Lanham, Ruth Hirschberger, Jim Williams, Pres.g Jim Hartman, Vice Pres.g Ron Hill, Pat Brosch. l PORPOISE-First Row: Ed Becker, Richard Calvin, Jon Heimann, Roy Niemus, Bob Farr, Tom Cvlueck. Second Row: Bill Faul, Frank Shaut, Lew Brumm, Rudy Boerio, Gerald Sapadin, Bill Monnig, Lance Altenau. Third Row: Pat Lunsford, Bill Edwards. Phil Meng. George Wil- son, Bill Donohoo, Fred Teravos, Russ Desserich. PORPOISE CLUB STUDENT NURSES The newly formed Porpoise Club promotes UC,s swim- ming program by sponsorship of a HSpring Bustl' for high school seniors interested in swimming for UC. Other ser- vice activities of the club include oliiciating at intramural meets and planning an orphans swimming party. Open to all nursing students, the Student Nurses Organi- zation plans both social and educational programs for its members. Through outstanding lecturers and entertaining social events, this organization provides both recreation and an opportunity to further interests in nursing. STUDENT NURSES ORGANIZATION-First Row: Debbie Whitney, Barb Rose, Vice Pres., Ann Ehinger, Pres.g Marty Towles, Terry Stpehens, Treas.: Ellie Ringwald, Second Row: Sonya Cochran, Mimi Kraybill, Jane Pryor, Jean Abel, Susan Stuart, Sharon Rauch, Cindy Wolif. 'W KAPPA EPSILON-First Row: Linda Dunham. Pres.g Mary Gibbons, Vice-Pres. Second Row: Ann Egbert, Diana Dragoo, Sec.g Pam Leffel, Treas.g Susie Davids. Rho chapter of Kappa Epsilon, a national sorority for women pharmacy students, presents two scholarships each year to outstanding pharmacy students. Through their an- nual projects, the women of Kappa Epsilon cooperate with the faculty in stimulating pharmaceutical interests. UC,s Beta Phi chapter of Kappa Psi, a pharmaceutical fraternity, is known on campus as the publisher of 'The Capsule," a monthly newspaper for pharmacy students. In support of high professional standards, the fraternity each year assists with the State Board Pharmacy Exams. KAPPA EPSILON KAPPA PSI KAPPA PSI-First Row: Richard Fenster, Norman Weisbrodt, Regent, John Lieberth, Vice- Regent: Joseph Kolezynski. Second Row: Mike Forbes, Edward Besse, David Gackenheimer, Fred Messina, David P. Barkalow. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-Firsz Row: Ann Geiger, Sue Yarnell, Bonnie Sauer, Pres.g Sue Korn, State Pres., Karen Meister, Treas. Second Row: Ellen Katz, Cathy Morgan, Pat O'Hara, Claire Palasek, Pat Alloy, Barb Porter, Linda Leopold. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB S.A.M. Granting membership to all interested Home Economics students, the Home Economics Club sailed through a year filled with holiday parties, fashion shows, dinners, and general meetings. In addition to social events, the club sponsored its annual service project. The Society for the Advancement of Management has made itself an important organization in the College of Business Administration by striving to instill in its mem- bers high professional ideals. Informative discussion groups on management problems highlighted the year. SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT-First Row: H. D. Anker- miller, Pres., R. J. Feltz, Treas.g Ed Currin, Vice-Pres., Pat Decker, Larry Bame. Second Row: James A. Schenkel, Martin R. Schenkel, Kenneth L. Kramen, John C. Duritsch, James E. Mc- Laughlin, Arthur I. Malman. Standing at the top of the nation this year, the UC Inter- ' d' IFC fraternity Council was named the most outstan ing in the United States and Canada and also earned the Sum- C Laude Award for fraternity scholastic achieve- ma um ments at the National Interfraternity Council Convention. from each of the twenty fraternities, the group regulates and coordinates all frater- nity activities on campus, in addition to planning the annual Rush Smoker in the fall, co-sponsoring Greek Week, and I U N L supporting the Union Concert Series. Composed of representatives 2- S Paul Marshall Pres' David Oberlin, INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL-First Row: Ken Powell, Richard Crone, ec.g , ., Vice-Pres.g Lloyd Bernstein, Treas.: Duane Smith. Second Row: Newton Powell, James Schwab. Richard Sadow. Bill Schnyder, Bob Braddock, Tom Enoch, Tom Seifert, Ron Allan. Third Row: Mark McCormick, Steve Huffman, David Loftus, Dave Naehring, Jack Malone, David Glick. George Bitsolf Fourzlz Row: Joe Tuttle, Bill Monnig, Steve Smith, Dick Hall, Rudy von Landberg, John Anderson, Vincent Rasper, Grover Hall. Fifth Row: Jim Kennedy. Jim Ghering, Pete Blakeney. Charlie Hagner. Ken Heuck, Paul Hemker, Allen Fisgus, Rick Hallberg. Sixth Row: Stu Susskind, John Kuhlman, Bill Ha- ' ' Gl Si es, Mark Sollek, Dale Nieman. man, George Wilson, Pete Ellison, enn p PANHELLENIC-First Row: Jan Schmidt, Susie Miller, Sally Olson, Nancy Adams, Sec., Carolyn Kirby, Pres, Dorothy Moser, Advisor, Lynnette Kacsur, Treas.g Chickie Stein. Second Row: Annette Tupman, Judy Bartlett, Kathy Long, Bobbi Leach, Charlotte Munger, Carol Horton, Johannah DeCamp, Connie Becker, Mary Dornheggen. Third Row: Pat Ebel, Linda Dunham, Karen Butz, Margo Johnson, Bonnie Perloff, Kathy Hayslip, Carol Siler, Jane Lightfield, Dea Pizzo. P The twelve national sororities on UC,s campus are gov- erned by the Panhellenic Council. Presidents and rep- resentatives of each sorority attend bi-Weekly meet- ings to approve rules for rush, dances, open houses, and Homecoming and to plan philanthrophic projects. Meeting bi-Weekly, the House Presidents Council is composed of the house presidents of sororities. In ad- dition to working with the Residence Hall Committee on preparation of a dormitory booklet, the HPC co- H . P .C . sponsored the annual Housemothers' Tea in the fall. HOUSE PRESIDENTS COUNCIL--First Row: Carolyn Weidig, Sec.-Treas., Barb Hega- man, Pres. Second Row: Nancy Merryweather, Carol Bertsche, Linda Dunham, Carol Malloy. ' 'f 'I INTERFRATERNITY PLEDGE COUNCIL-First Row: Stephen Weinberg, Robert Jacobs, Larry Miller, Dave Durham, Sec.-Treasg Dave Kersey, Keith Jording. Second Row: Dan Ferris, Bill Barber, Glen Haas, Glenn Wegand. Dave Hill, Jack Martz. Third Row: James Stefanski, Mils Ekberg, Mike Brooke, Sam Kiser, Jay Hay, John Rexford, Kirby Baker. Striving for a sense of brotherhood extending beyond individual fraternity bonds, the Interfraternity Pledge Council meets through the year to resolve common pledge problems and plan projects. Annually IFPC spon- sors a Big Brother Dance to honor pledge trainers. I.F.P.C. Junior Panhellenic Council unites delegates from each sorority pledge class in discussion on UC,s rush system and pledge problems. The Council oifers its members leadership training in preparation for their role as sorority women and members of National Panhellenic. JUNIOR PANHELLENIC JUNIOR PANHELLENIC-First Row: Barbara Bernstein, Donna Steinriede, Sec., Jackie Kramer, Vice-Pres.g Judy Butz, Pres., Karen Butz, Dorothy Moser, Advisor, Pat Brady, Patty Cole. Second Row: Judy Betz, Pattye Rausch, Lynn Kaemmerle. Taffy Burns, Janet Freuden- berg, Virginia Lambert, Debbie Mumpower, Susie Krug. Third Row: Susan Kamp, Diane SGue121ther, Marilyn Flasch, Dorothy Brady, Judith Thies, Trysie Schulten, Pat Abel, Lynne mit . Gi I ggi, K .NA , K is L- 4' .2 is-f - fi' ,- V A L 4 p Q Q , ,J ' 1- f , f2i1?55ej.'!M7 ,R fy-,A t .L ' A , T 54235 vi 'liaf v 76' if i4 gg an tif32'tzi5l?lQ ,S ' f ' 3344 it ' 41.L.i.k ,,, , 4, wa UC GREEKS STAND AT TCP OF THE NATION Just two short years ago the UC Panhellenic Council took the top NPC award in the nation, and this year the UC In- terfraternity Council made news by winning the national IFC 'tlron Mann Award for overall excellence in fraternity programming. The presentation of the five-hundred pound trophy to the University was covered by a press conference with the Cincinnati newspaper and TV reporters. The "Iron Manf' symbolic of fraternity excellence ' . mzgi' f f -vm-N-.,,,. - ., 'fi . Ruth Daugherty is announced Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Representing over thirty national sororities and fraternities, the Greeks are enthusiastic partici- pants in campus life. Their spirited efforts are evident in such events as the Homecoming Float Parade, the Sing, the annual ATO Sweepstakes, and the traditional sorority Pledge Sunday. Jubilant Phi Dells carry of the ,62 Sing Trophy. fRightJ The ATO's can be counted on to keep traffic moving in front of their Senator Place house. Theta Chi's relax between rush parties. With newly acquired "pots," Pike pledges climb aboard fire engine. 220 3 R if I Delt President welcomes rushman. FRATERNITIES OFFER INFORMAL RUSH An informal atmosphere prevails at most fraternity rush parties. Likewise confronted with the problem of rushing on the quarter system, fraternities greeted the rushmen at an IFC Smoker at the outset of orien- tation Week. After signing up for a round of rush parties, the freshmen spent the next two weeks in learning the ways of Greek life by living in the frat houses and attending rush events. fAbovej The SAE's welcome parents of new pledges at their annual tea. fLeftj Delts enjoy a break from the round of parties. Favorite fraternity pastime during rush-watching all the girls go by. RUSH. .RUSH . . . RUSH . . The effects of the new quarter system sched- ule were felt in every phase of campus life, but the two-Week sorority rush was perhaps hardest hit by the changes made. Since the first Week of rush coincided with orienta- tion week, the freshman women attended evening rush parties after a full day of campus activities. Yet, somehow nearly fifty percent of the women registered for rush managed to survive the hectic pace of par- ties, studies, and orientation to pledge the sorority of their choice. we yfffb? ...-f--'-P' .,,...uw , LAW Y Rush aides guide girls to houses. Pledge Sunday brings happiness and excitement. Sororities greet new pledges. as-aw x .- - :wi - mae:--: mf S - ,ff ww.. ww iw? , M'1?i1, - fm.. X, ,R 'Sidi :im , yy W ,,?4ZQ?gil: 32215 :aww QA Q fmff My ff :fmg2?1:w .551 ' tn 'tl Ab, . QTMM ,A 45,55 ff ,QQ ff .QL swf an-1 mn W 55,155 ' Q .r gf MA 'rl l X I A 1 tk f',:z"',fg f l An unfortunate A TO pledge is on the receiving end of Ye Olde Pastry Pitch contest. iff? 'fp Ffsggf w i 2 2? the ef' 'aff ii' KEN 25-4' 1196, W V .1 ,wifi ZBTVLQ gifs Web v -wt? insular ati?-'Zim 'Gila' it mega if Ee tm. may i v y W ffggwf , V ,.:,,.'?,, . ,- - My e,4mL,. 1 , if mes. . gf,,,,j , f' '-' 1, ,A 4g . M .Ly ' i, 'I 'Af' pg.. 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This sometimes happens to year- books, but usually an imaginative stag member combs the files and drags out a picture that can be used, thus sparing the yearbook the embarrassment of having an empty page smack dab in the middle of everything. Such is not the case with us. Just because the 1964 CINCINNATIAN was faked out com- pletely by the Greek Week people, who finally decided to hold their event in late May, thus leaving us with a blank page where the Goddess of the Greeks should have appeared, does not mean that our ingenuity has been exhausted. We considered using the picture of the Goddess from last year, but we figured that somebody would surely call this to our attention and scold us for showing partiality. We thought of making a mosaic of color blocks, or even running the page in 100 percent black, but then this might have been confused with a division page. So, in a departure from sound yearbook principles, we decided to make a clean breast of our goof, and admit that there was one event we could not cover this year. MARY LOU MADDOX QUEEN OF HEARTS SING ENJOYS RENEWED INTERES' , .,,. The 1963 Sing WHS GODS-id9fablY brightened by the fe' turn of Sororities to Competition for the first time in several years. An enthusiastic Mother's Day audience M qi in excess of 3000 applauded the Winning performances of Kappa Alpha Theta and Sigma Phi Epsilon, along with runners-up Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Zeta Tau Alpha, Delts, Phi Delts, and Theta Chi. W ,.,, , fig -f A B-3 , Q 1 With membership records reaching an all-time high, the Alpha Chi's welcomed 1963 with the addition of tro- phies for Junior Prom Queen and Honorary Cadet Col- onel. A united chapter effort brought still another tro- phy, the punch bowl awarded by Junior Panhellenic for the highest percentage of pledges initiated. Lending their talents to a variety of campus organizations, Al- pha Chis served as oiiicers in the YWCA, the Senior Class, and Mortar Board. Busy too was the Alpha Chi social calendar, featuring parties and firesides and cli- maxed by the spring formal. ALPHA CHI OMEGA J 0 . . r 6 , Q r , .. Q 22 , 6 6 9 . ALPHA CHI OMEGA-First Row: Nancy Heisel, Sec., Joyce Schoenberger, Vice-Pres.g Vivian Davis, Housemotherg Margo Johnson, Pres.g Susan Imhotf, Treas. Second Row: Denny Silver- man. Ann Geiger, Carolyn Jentzen, Georgiann Chupp, Orle- mann, Barbara Elam, Janet Batterson, Alice Bernard, Darlynne Theiss, Marilyn Sollman, Judy Betz, Barbara Henry, Elaine Goerte- miller. Third Row: Pat Trachsel, Linda Bongiorno, Jodie An- drson, Barbara Stewart, Susie Davids, Jeannie Sullivan, Suzie Mc- Math, Ima Lyre. Skippy Kahsar, Nancy Nunn, Gail Sparks, Bonnie McDaniel, Jenny Klumb, Linda Knosp, Anne Schroeder, Linda Cox. Fourth Row: Anne Radcliffe, Karen Hoeb, Kathy Goertemiller. Nancy Scott, Nancy Minnick, Judy Hopewell, Joan Raymond. Sue Korn, Patty Sinnott, Marty Hitchens, Sandy Mar- ienthal. Sandi Sehwallie. Marty Wessel. Johannah DeCamp. Fifth Row: Merilynn Nunn, Lee Hoxworth, Sue Kamp, Jean An- derson, Linda Elliott, Judy Gallagher, Patricia Lillich, Jeanne Shackelford, Gay Gallagher, Mary Hall, Marilyn Henthorn, Mar- iann Arthur. Pam Knosp. Sixrlz Row: Cynthia Korn. Lynn Pfiest- er, Nancy Wenzel, Jane Heisel. Bobbie Rupprecht, Paula Mickle, Barbara Huenefeld, Dana Ostholthoff, Sue Marienthal, Susan Maisch, Ann Huser, Carol Shelly, Bebe Stenger. Sharon Ryan. 4 ALPHA DELTA PI ip' ' 9. is Returning from their national Springs, Beta Pi chapter found Vince President from Cincinnati. On note, the ADPi's greeted rushees with a theme that added a large and enthusiastic to the chapter. As leaders in a variety of campus tivities, ADPi's were elected to national honor recognition societies, including Alpha Lambda Guidon, and Mortar Board. Spring study breaks the ADPi's improving the vocal form that Won, first runner-up honors in the Sing. n W I 7 V45 5, - as it ,kyr Ra K - 5 Ak Ju' f E A :af v V , , ' r t C Ai. X A A A ,,!M,.,7 ,L I Q , a-is J , Ti? L, 655 1, FN 4 as kr , ii ,M .. ,Q :Y r A ,Q '-ze. A 9 'Ml'-"C it f i 1 - - ef- , 2?Zr,f" , ' 2 G F X Si " f' 4 br I .J If -..:.. I gg ' . ,QQ K J , 3 b F, ,. it . 3 R- T H , . Y 4 kkkk f 5, . 4 M V V W fi Qi ' W f S e K ffi y J? X is 9 ' 7 W I I 5' i esrsef e t itnri All ,ft eiie N t , Q. , -ww ' 'if' . ' ' ff: x ,"' ' ' ,M - Z 5 , , ""'Q ,, , W L 2 , . A 5 M: ALPHA DELTA P14-Fffskllzfriivqfi Carol Potts, Judy- Ertel, Cherie,'IimersoiagQjTreaS-5VQCIa11ff5,SQ1i1Cd5iQi3i'2Qffzgf Mrs. Pohl, Housemotherg Charlotte" Mtuiger,-APres:g?Steiiie iiiti kamp, Vice-Pres.g Marty,Curtsinger, .Seo-tg, Beggy Biveng, riel, Karen Kusel. Second. Row: Karen'VNoIte, i'ri' Anita etptf Pat I-Iurlburt, Susie Krug, Marilyn Campbell,,Helen, ly Olson, Marcia Farren, Connie I-Ietrick, ChrleneglBeas,-5:1311 i,t.ef Weigel, Marti Niemczylc, Jerri Madill, Third' Row? Melanie t",- MZid4'jQff dox, Gerri Martino, Jean I-Iedger, Irene, Godfrey, B,arbaraQ'.,HolfQQ 'tp, 1 mann, Cathy Morgan, Nancy Fuller, Judy Butz, Karen Knox,gCinc15?, , Burchard, Judy Lee, Sally Reichert, Carol Price. Fourth"Ro,wii:j,Bon+,i1it', nie Clark, Nellie Sidenstick, Janet eMuth,yPat Abel, phy, Arlene Reckman, Joyce Steinmetz, Helen Harman,it'Lynnet'f6'5 Kacsur, Rosalind Schneider, Bobbi Stuebing, Suzie Reitery ff at ' l SW ALPHA GAMMA DELTA ALPHA GAMMA DELTAW-First Row: Paula Hutchinson, Jean Lathan, Beverly Russell, Betty Lou Stegman, Sec.g Donna Mills- paugh, Treasg Valerie Raabe, Pledge Tr.g Annette Tupman, Pres.g Ioan Kreider, Carole Cox, Julie Frakes, Lois Wedig, Rosalee Cook, Nancy Thompson. Second Row: Mary Niemczyk, Carol Rauckhorst, Barbara Ebel, Judith Sensbach, Bev Duescher, Trudy Treen, Terri Sohletker, Jo Ann Meyer, Arm King, Cynthia Welf- fenbach, Susan Donaldson, Carolyn Clark. Third Row: Marcy Dilling, Marty Messner, Gerri Cobern, Janice Hellman, Ann Bul- lock, Nancy Adams, Janie Weales, Mary Howell, Sandy Pellens, Pettye Rausch, Meredith Minturn, ,Arlene Brill, Judy Niesz, Vicki Kyer. Fourth Row: Suszanne Scott, Bonnie Gramann, Judy Grove, Nancy DeBra, Kathleen Luther, Pat Gooding, Susan Mote, Marilyn Trautrnan, Ann Belcher, Pat Bischof, Nancy Winterhalter, Michelle Carroll, Christa Lenhardt, Kay Chambers, Sally Sanders. CHI OMEGA .- 4 7 A ,E 4. i "Q J. .1 ff 113 "' X-f 4, 't' A f ' .. i . all 'ca V , A my 232 he 4 'V - Q 'Z' 'B Homecoming was indeed a time O house, for not only did the but the Chi O's also took first place float contest and proudly celebrated a as Homecoming Queen. Members of Pi also kept busy as class olrlcers, and as members dent council and Angel Flight. Later in the year sorority's customary social schedule was by-passed for philanthropic service, as the Chi O's adopted a needy family at Christmas and participated in the Cerebral Palsy fund raising project. za A K p 4 - IQ I , ,V G 5 W -. f V f. ,y y v- '. . 'K " 1 K M.,-, 51 V .f JY 'a G1 t ' ' ' . ' .'- ' ew - , A 7 as 'B 2 K ,K ., 4 5 i V Q .Qff U :K 2 Q , 6 . A wg "K J i V it , Y J ' xi 'H ea O K i N 7 I x. , , Y We N mfr stir. -N My . Q54 Vit i .Pr t y r , cli it it I fi ,gy '9H1i!li"f" , . -Q f " 'si .a Qi " I 1 2 - 5 we - A 2 W sw -F ui ,s . i , i ' f "' 5' lla i u all fl H 1 u f v C , " nfl F-. to Y f ' 2 f f , ,Q L. ' ellie-1 cz,:f1,jz-eg-i t :Ui i , f fgiiiifffggilzliz- 'il, V Y l I V K, M., 1, -- c '- if 'F , fi H 7 e it I - .. . . - - ., K f nr 2,4lfz'ft,-f'-,fff-,gm C1-11 OMEGA--First, Row: Mamma Julie Amt, Pledge 'I'r.,g Jane spear, Mrs. Alice Patton, Housemotherg er, Judy Oettinger, Treas.g Bobbi , Leachtfi i-iti Bahl, Gayle Gillette, Judy McCartyg,!BeyerlyL 'e'r Arend, Jill Walters, Barbara Drake, Maryam Sue Kaufman, Dianne Denton.tThirdiRQw.ffl2in6f1 'etit Newcomer, Janice Hesscl, Melody Schaalglkg Helen Rae, Beth Darenkampg Sharon Hansniang 'ili De Nyse, Debbi Mumpower, Linda Shank, Jody Winkler, Cathy Swormstedtg utty, C Meme, Sally I-Iamiltong ro Ann Burkitt, Judy Lathrop, Taffy Burnsi Slagt1dyfSl1an'kg', Linda Ottaviani. Fifth Row: Marilyn Coshung Kasson, Barb Schatz, Veva Hartman, Jean RobischypPaulettef'FoetftE sch, Carolyn Lathrop, Donna Kurtz, Kathy Matting Jane iii Susan Blake, Carolyn Baker, Elane Bryden., ' i ' . "p1'l at i"ii, Vi,1tip, i ,i-i ff in The Tri-Delts' crescent moon smiled broadly this year as it watched the women of Zeta chapter capture coveted campus honors, Once again, a Tri-Delt was chosen Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, and for the second straight year a Trident ,wearer reigned as Goddess of, the Greeks. Busy Trriwllleeltsjcould be found at campus meetings of Angel Fliglit,'Bearkitteris, Cheerleaders, and Guidon. In addition to collecting trophies for both Homecoming and Junior Prom courts, the chapter found their studious atmosphere the key to winning a schol- arship trophy from their national. DELTA DELTA DELTA ,I ' N i., 1 13 7 kf elif we XJ Q Q fr . DELTA DELTA DELTA--First Row: Carol Oliver, Ruth Daugherty, Jo Ann Fellens, Barb Ziegler, Treas.g Susie Herrick, Mrs. Henrietta Walton, Housemotherg Jan Schmidt, Pres.g Jan Rhoades, Pledge Tr.g Beth Papesch, Sec.g Beverly Beaver, Irina Tabakoff. Second Row: Jan Blersch, Susie Miller, Cindy Cordes, Dotti Pohlman, Nicky Nicho1,as,,Car0line Pool, Kim Siegel, Donna Steinriede, Candace Newman, tiy,-y Carole Young, Barb Hegman. Third Row: Reba Wood,fNancyPKock, Sannie Callan, Christine Harlan, Margaret Sweeney, Melissa McGregor, Cheryl Balay, Gwyn Fleming, Sue Sagrnaster, Molly Whyte, Beth Vaughan, Becky Rose. Fourth Row: Bonnie Sperber. Tina Schroeder, Ellen Kern, Carol Bertoglio, Sandy Sloan, Sue Tobin, Dean Newberry, Leslie Redman, Jeanie Lehman, Cindy Harvey, Carol Nations, Helga Schroeder, Nina Woroneow. Fifth Row: Nancy Bell, Barbara Andrews, Connie Warner, Zamie Wiggers, Sue Snyder, Marilyn Burns, Gina Selman, Barbara Lever, Barbara Hall. Susan Stouten- burgh, Vanessa Price, Kathy Onken, Sally Bauer, Barb Baker. , ei-is ilfll I , ,,5 3 ,- .. G. A2 A ' an 4 Us , j M , Q... K is .. M W -1 L 1 'A W ' 'f ,Q an .M . .. 'T 'fw ,,.. 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With their new addition finished just in time for rush, the J women of Kappa Alpha Theta whirled rushees into W "Theta Through Wonderland" and serenaded them with voices that took lirst place in last year's Mothers' Day Sing. Refusing to rest on past laurels, Theta came out on top in this year's ATO Sweepstakes through a united pledge effort and also walked off with two of the coveted positions on Homecoming Court. A full social schedule, climaxed by the traditional spring formal, carried the mem- bers of Alpha Tau through another fun-filled year. Q. KAPPA ALPHA THETA a M ' is , rsa ,Q reef A 2,5 ,, wfiN .1 if ,. 'p Lf. n , 'ma 54 L -.........-I KAPPA ALPHA THETA--First Row: Ellie Ringwald, Gay Jackett, Bonnie Bizarri, Sec., Barb Savery, Vice-Pres.g Lynne Cal- vin, Pres.g Mrs. Gertrud Reimer, Housemotherg Debbie McKinley, Pledge Tr.g Carol McCampbell, Treas.g Marilyn Parasiliti. Second Row: Marty Towles, Patty Cole, Sandy Skinkle, Kay Moser, Pat Brady, Jean Badertscher, Jeanette Skinkle, Mary Jane Reemelin, Dede de Fosset, Betsy Myers, Colleen Murphy. Third Row: Lynn Mishler, Sondra Hodgson, Barb Heath, Norma Scott, Molly Nooe, Susan Nagel, Susan Harrison, Mary Jo Bizarri, Pam Glossi, Linda White, Cincy Wolff, Sail Herzog. Fourth Row: Jean Winters, Gail Lehnhoff, Barby Simpson, Jody Bock, Carol Smith, Nancy Rapp, Judy Droesch, Diane P0pp, Ann Brewer, Kathy Weigel, Alison Fry. Fifth Row: Karen Ruehl, Mary Lou Deucker, Pat Ebel, Rise Cook, Kathy Moore, Barbara Fallon, Peggy MacMahon, Sharon Nulsen, Pat Connelly, Sue Bishop, Julie Snarr, Ann Ferguson. Sixth Row: Sherry Kamp, Joan Dietz, Chardy Lackman, Jane Brucher, Betty Ireland, Marlana Groen, Sylvia Smith, Karen Butz, Carolyn Conn, Peggy I-laugh, Bonnie Paul, Bobbie Dinkel. 5 A 1 KAPPA DELTA N 539' . ! ,ff' n in .Q Q M, , - K 5,7 ,, ,, A f ., Hx x, ., Q Q, Q 9-. Q.. Lf.,. 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Kik,',, ir flint , . 3 swf: 1124337 Y Aw- 312, ww fn ff M254 W '55 g 5 Q SIGMA DELTA TAU -Q, Ur an active-alumnae pledge formal, parties, and sides. known and most thoroughly j0yHb1 projects takes place at SDT spring--the Spaghetti Dinner. ,hwy V ,m.' e -1 I 'wp K Q Marcia Wagner, LindafGlassyifiesioiir, man, Golden, Chickie Stein, Pres.g Mrsl .Fayeroliikjfia SilvermarigiefyliloigiagegifiirrtheigLinda Meltrer, Vice-Pres.g Nancy Coplanfggre- Secs FRY? i"'i1 C3olgig?mgg5g1gy1 .Treas.g Ferne Chasky. Second Row: lPaula'f Berkowitzgli'BilEetiE "-l Lichtenberg, Lois Tronstein, Sue Norr, Barbara? Bernstein, ciNa1iiiyQfCohen, Carol Tobin, Roberta Berkwits, Ileneqi Freedman? Tltirdrl-Zeow.f Kathy Goodman, Margo Geyer, Ruth Ky- dan, Mary Jo Harris, Sue Schoenfeld, Alice Goodstein, Jackie Kramer, Betsy Goidman, Bunny Sternberg, Joyce Gaffen, Toni Gilbert. Four-thRow: Jackie Neuman, Ioani Bailis, Shelley Rud- man, Jill Kaplang Ethel Schaen, Bonnie Perloff, Gloria Radzivilover, Donna Kuhn, Sue Gitlin, Ellen Katz, Rosalyn Good. if 1 - l , l 3 x L With a rush theme of "All Roads Lead to Theta Phi," Epsilon chapter pledged a class that joined the actives in a growing spirit of sisterhood. A short week after rush found Theta Phi Alpha building a giant moving clam on their Homecoming Float, 'Clamp Down on 'Em Cincy," Not content to sit around polishing last year's Sigma Sigma trophy for the most beautiful booth, Theta Phi's captured positions in the Bearkitten line and top roles in Guidon and the Good Government Group, as well as finding time to attend their national convention in Detroit. as ,. , 2, THETA PHI ALPHA G , .K ai ff?f t .l e M - P if Gif G r 1 will x fit 1 ' fl xii' 5 EQ ,,,ej , 'l 'V 3 l f --tf i it . P A P g ' G I -4 G G 1 G K G 3 w N 239 l . c . ,7 V. , . A W N 0 . 1 b , ,V , I i ., , 'r ' V t 5 A, I wr , ,K ' ' ,f la l fi 'N l'e THETA PHI ALPHA--First Row: T. Meretta, Carol Naish, Sec.g Mel Meretta, Pledge Tr., Dea Pizzo, Pres.g Grace Connelly, House- motherg Carol Gallenstein, Vice.Pres.g Sally Krehnbrink, Treas.g Mary Jean Scanlan. Second Row: Pam Romanello, Pam Venosa, Susanna Ginocchio, Lauralee Sawyer, Mary Ann Tracy, Penny Brady, Mary Dornheggen, Barbara Juzulenas, Frances Rockwood, Margie Armbrust, Sarah Thornbury, Third Row: Kathy Tobin, Judi Steiner, Cheryl Nolan, Sandy Erdeljohn, Rosemary Barron, Sue Moster, Carole Ann Block, Rise Stevens, Sue Herrmann, Stephany Mack, Esther Billman, Dona Kaiser, Sue Sicking. Fourth Row: Kathy Bolan, Pat Pennington, Ginny Ennis, Rose Gall, Ioan Losacker, Gerri Fitzpatrick, Sally Campbell, Alexis Bott, Nancy Pellman, Mary Lou Maddux, Carol Clear, Jacki Tortora, Gay Hoblitzell. Fifth Row: Virginia Merten, Io O'Connell, Vicki Borchers, Sharon Kovacs, Judi Gruber, Sandy Schlenck, Carol Groneman, Diana Bigelow, Sue Toberts, Kathy Cotteral, Kathy Moran. Sixth Row: Carole Tuke, Judi Osberger, Linda Oldham, Marti Behms, Sharon Walker, Judy Rabe, Trysie Schulten, Carole Mayer, Bea Grogan, Barbara Devaud, Marilyn Flasch, Jane Wuest, Nancy Brumleve. 'K Zh i . K Q fb ' as l 34 'A P We V V 1 ZETA TAU ALPHA Early arrivals on the UC campus this fall were greeted with a huge sign proclaiming 'iZeta's Expanding" to announce Zeta Tau Alpha's purchase of a new chapter house. Plans call for the remodeling of the two adjoining houses in the near future. Spending their last year in their current house, the Zeta's sought to win rushees with the theme 'fZeta's Castle." In addition to winning the Membership Selection Award at their national convention, Alpha Eta chapter re- ceived honorable mention at the UC Panhellenic Scholar- ship Convocation inthe fall quarter. - ' 9 riff l e 1, S Zi V . any f " he ,V 5 J S r y me qt., S ' Qeisygf - in X K K K or In ff? , " , A if' ' . 'T Y f ' , , V 7 ' 1 rf' in . , X IQ 3 5 . , i 1 B N 1 5 S S Q 3, ,. f- f+ S up t 4 ,J A .. ,S W ,Sits N Q 'Ill 1 ,S ' 'eg-'W:,fZ, ix 4? ia WL 'e A 17 IN ' ZETA TAU ALPHA-wFirs!jRow.' Jane Dietrich, Sandy Spindler, Sec.g Anne Aughenbaughg Gail Overtoom, Pres.g Mrs. Gray''ConlangyjHbiIS3mQthe1fi1Q ll. Anne Davis, Pledge Tr.g- Judy.Diers,iD'ofis'. s", Kay Heineman, Carol Metzger, Kathy' Murphygj,sSeeiii?idyR0wfjBagif? bara Howes, Judy Yeager, Phyllis-Larsd11,y1Chris.Keifn',lJean. ',-i ton, Nancy Griffith, Virginia Lambert,'3oyeetfMGr'ang ,c. Nancffiiefiii Haddon, Ierrilyn Byers, Sandie Tritilio, 'Giiigcffzti-IiYff'3fffjj,,QffD5ii1i32 Durham, Wendy Whetzel, Susan MareuspCThird1Rnw:,:Qaroifflilbrf. ton, Doris Fey, Susan Ruehlmann, Carol Foertsch, 'tti Molly' Stradergy- Sylvia Kuwatch, Karen Harsham, Catherine I-Iuheeyg Dianafeaeeg Mary Ann Rickard. Barbara Binstadt, ,Sherry B1'ookshire,yLuey Shank, Jacque Morgan. Fourth Row: Mariiyn Harkins, Caro! Max- ey, Betty Meyer, Beth Roden, Dorothy Brady, lane Horsley,eBonnie Lewis, Pauline Meyer, Bev Doty, Vickie Hurdle, Karen Beatty, Mary Sue Reeves, Peggy Bateman, Barbara Spiess. - ye 7 f yALPHA KAPPA ALyPHA lyoiis theme of "Getting Pledge 01855 iilil we fm' the Social program two dances and a New These 'girls also found time to to United Appeal, Rollmarfs Receiving o l Hospital, and iMartin's Home for the Blind. With Sl1Ch"5,Vi,Wid6 variety of iactivities, it is not surprising that group re- ceived national recognition for their Outstanding pro- gram on the University of Cincinnati campus. ALPHA,-Fifi: Tr.: Carole Yates, Ca. ,Anderson. Second Raw: Janice 'konsseeillifliilkbylfsShuttles- iiviforth, Barbara Billups, Gwendolyn Jordan, Yyoiiiielfilhlotton, Myr- onaywalker, Norma Taylor. 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AAAA OHS, ASAA 'Om Luther SMH Active in all phases of campus life, the men of Alpha Sigma Phi began the year by pledging a new class so en- thusiastic that they won out over the actives in the traditional football contest for the tirst time in five years. The opposing forces, however, joined efforts to participate in intramural football, and rested from their labors with a variety of social events, including the January Pledge Ball, the Traditional Black and White, Formal, and the annual active-alumni Alpha Sig Bust. Closing the year, Beta Sigma Chapter chose their Sweetheart at the Spring Weekend. ALPHA SIGMA PHI--First Row: John McCurley, Glenn Sipes Pres.g Mrs. Bertha Husman, Housemotherg Daniel Cox, Treas. Glen Sanner, Sec. Second Row: Jack Bevington, Tom Somerxield, Allan Niemeyer, John Robson, Greg Kennard, Donald Murphy Roger Yee. Third Row: James Barrowman, Ronald Hutfmeier Michael Ufiord, Charles Rohr, Kenneth Maggard. Fourth Row? Wayne Pullms, William Barber, William Busser, Ir., David Ruehl, John Habe, David Hill. .Fifth Row: Michael Rehn, John Kuhlman Donald Bennett, Dale Nieman, Rudy Carnmerer, George Rodocker 9 ALPHA TAU OMEGA 433' ALPHA TAU OMEGA--First' Row: Barry Kuwatch, Roger Wills, Jr., Kenneth Knarr, Mikal Forbes, John Jones. Second Row: Joseph Riopeile, James Gudehus, David Landsiedel, Gary Trusty, James Stefanski, Vincent Versurah. Playing host to the entire campus, Delta Lambda chap- ter of Alpha Tau Omega sponsored the annual ATO Sweepstakes, an autumn day of inter-sorority rivalry. Such events as the Lucky Longbow contest and Ye Olde Pastry Pitch ,gave sorority pledges a taste of Greek good times. Settling down to more serious pur- suits, the ATO,s spent long hours creating a giant red lobster and were rewarded with a mnner-up trophy in the Homecoming Float Parade contest. As a campus first, the ATO's donated a trophy to be awarded to the fraternity with the most worthwhile Help Week. ALPHA TAU OMEGA-First Row: Fredric Synch, John Steele, David Kemnitzer, Charles Throckmorton, Sec.g Larry Walk- er, Pres.g Mrs. Audrey Schroeder, Housemotherg Mark McCormick, Vice-Pres.g Greg Carter, Bradley Jonas, Frank Grafton. Second Row: William Herring, Herb Meister, Shelby Louden, Walter Muir, Allan Sedgwick, Frederick Pittenger, Richard Ellis, Robert Shelton, Ronald Benedict, Ion Jung. Third Row: Gary Lesniewicz, Donald Barth, Dave Flack, James Gudehus, Raymond Growauer, Phillip Renaker, Robert Sturn, Jr., John Jones, Bruce Wood, Dave Rote. Fourth Row: David Kennett, Vincent Versurah, Jr., Barry Ku- watch, Mark Woodworth, Glenn Weyand, Bill Duebber, Grant Meinders, Steve Wahl,.Phil Carter, Tom Kreider. Fifth Row: James Stefanski, Bob Wainseatt, John Raimer, Dave Strauss, William Dalness, Bradley Field, Rick Lesniewicz, John Vieson, Richard Garverich, Ralph Rohr. , BETA THETA PI 1fK??W6fY lack BfOW1f5 iamQS 1KennQdy,l Y1wf1?rwSQs TQm 1Se1ferts 1PfQS+ s:Mm A1GQfn, H01we- v R011 ffgetzler, fBs1fk Tf2WCP+ -Mike Brwffl8Of1fa n14i1512112 C2h11Ifih1 1 ChW2k Wi1S0n, , vwkerl, RQb fiSteinau, Harfyi 1 MQWiI1iams4 :1171irdi msmussen, David Si3YQS4i g 717Onffl 7Reiher4 f1'Som1 Bill Dunn, E Ailer1i 1I0h11S0n, 1 a 3l11fWid 2i iHfUi5faf.ff ZMREHBI 1i1fa11bI1f1L Jafi1eS4 1i1 Schw2ba F . 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TAU DELTA++Fifsz R0 wf1 CarIl Pascare1ka4 Sec.: Marilyn SWQ8iIziiaz?tg 'Dan 1Eaii1eyg i Vice4Pres, :T Iohn Anderson, I-'Presg MfSQ 1 R0S2 l Saw5ferg IfIouSem0therz j Bruce 01iver, Tream James Hyd24 C11f1Pt2:f AdviS0fl Sffvwzd R Briail Sieg'-214 SfffV2 Hardy, David S Sa11f0rd, I?Hve LankirmqR011aId fGramme1, Jim Smith, h' , P :ml ' , '. Selifindergl . Third 1 ' Row: Ho1derg 'Iohn Math- brg Ken S1i1if11gjiBi1i1 Mike Patton, MilIerg Dick Semple, '1W8?!'CiiQNIiI1i31f,A-,lfflbkl '1'L L M8iTIZ., FQ?irth Row: ,'m, Randy'1H0ifQ1d,,'L-John RaC?C1ifEee Eredi S Mivhadf Conlyf B051 HdGfs Jerry :H2QSQf1a 5l S1evC Hwfmw s MiKf jHeH'iHS, A ff DavieS+ R0wfi 1 B11i l Dvemgf J KeHi l 1f1C???1S fi 3"?h21rd 1?19dg? MII: E12r2111rfs: 1Df1YG DP1r11we l l B111 11gf s RfC11a1fdS011f Wh l ROW! g C1ydf: 5121:-jMfl 1ers Paul LeGwfQa P3111 MarSh2111, Jerry 1? 921236 i?fQ'3 Rallhf f j j ' LAMBDA CHI ALPHA fy - mf ., :wh--11 fn. f- f. W 1: :W y,.,,:-M:-ff., .ww .-My-1 ..::f,,.-H: : 5- - we H 11 .f-w1's1.1,: .:.w21':,,:ff--fs'fei 222,ff.-232,:ifiS:s,'f3 f .-,ff ww. .f,.- ,,, f- .,.,,. . ,, W, zfm.: ff-- 3 L,,...,,,. , . , W,..,, ., .. ,, ff ,-f-., . .,., ..,, v,.-, , - , , , , ,, mf, w,w::E'S':,5 I-UW-s'XQ51'M-'cifi'i,.1'f:.-1'i2,l12f'SH-Mm,ii,.l1h',f'ffi.f2iYX5l-'xx'f:i'l--W:-iffQ'5' liaimrzfi':i,l?l:,--1'lif17'- 1131" 1'fki'If,g'1if575Vi:lfffff-'ZE':i"H-'ui'll2,"'E'5i,'fi's7fi?f A calendar circled with dates of trophy presentations and red letter activities will remind the Lambda Chi's of this memorable year. Summer redecoration of their house was completed in time to greet fall rushmen, but construction resumed in October, resulting in a prize-winning Homecoming float. The men of Lambda Chi Alpha continued to work as a team, ranking high in swimming and football intramurals. A united scho- lastic effort boosted the chapter to third place on campus, and Gamma Gamma chapter originated an IFC award for highest scholarship improvement. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA-First Row: Dave Keesey, Jim Smith, Dennis Schermerhorn, Mike Doyle, Pres.g Judy Hilsinger, Crescent Girlg Jack Boulton, Bob O'Brien, Dan Peterson, Sec., Dave Follis, Tom Kane. Second Row: Allan Powell, David Rush, Bob Fischer, Monty Howell, Mike Hitz, Jim Kreger, Don Ross, Doug Kissell, Bill Austin, Harvey Todd. Third Row: Gundor Gootsun, Rilingo Mistir, Albert Bagley, John Nugent, Ron Roberts, Dean Weed, Jim Miller, I. Wietholter, Howdy Glier. Fourth Row: David Saw- yer, Lorenzo Rinaldi, Vittorio Nitti, Johnny Valacci, Tony Duc- cianno, Bob Winker, Jim Kenyon, Tony Cincotta, Studley Grimes, Jim Ziggattabiggie. Fifth Row: Harold Knapp, Tom David, J. R. Chenoweth, Larry Brenan, Geoff Rendall, Mike Ripley, Lee Welsh, Bob Murray, Jim Moon. 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The Phi Delts went on record this year with second place in Hvolieyball and football intramurals, a runner-np n trophy in theQSing, and found time to spon- sor a Community Service Day in the Spring quarter. Be- ginning With the Phikeia Carnival, presented by actives for the pledges and sorority women, the Phi Delts' social calendar featured parties, iiresides, and formals, in ad- dition tolyaynumber of parties by the Phi Delt pool. ru PHI THETA-Fira?-Row.' Don Griiilth, Ed Schroer, Dale Goes, Jerry Kress, Sec.g Rich Hallberg, Vice-Press Nash McCau- ley, Dave Arganbright, Keith Iording. Second Row: Jerry Zimmer, George Bitsoff, Dan Montgomery, Larry Butt, Russ Bucciere, Kent Cofer, Michael DeVan, Jerry Brockmeyer, Dan Tuertscher. Third Row: Bob Sherwood, Roy Shaneberger, Dave Munz, Phil Graven- gaard, Ir.: Tom Sonneborn, Barry Smith, Michael I ones, James Up- dike, Dan Hoffman. 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K, T, .,,.,- -,KKKK ,W , ,,. ,, ,., ., ,,KK.,,, S. g-Q -- -Af-2-5i,:-z-Y , I5 QTTA f -X-:.,...W,,K Y S f L gg gm ,- , if This year the SAE's again claimed a number of campus leaders, as wearers of the shield of Minerva wielded gavels in Men's Advisory, Sophos, the Senior Class, and Student Council. Phi Alpha chapter also carried off the all University Intramural Award for the lifth consecutive year. The chaptefs fame was extended be- yond the UC campus iwith the announcement that they had taken the first place national SAE scholarship award. The social program of Sigma Alpha Epsilon kept step with the fraternity's hectic pace with liresides, formals, and the t'Paddy Murphy" party. 1 .il SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON--First Row: Tom Watkins. Ed Cor- iell, Jerry Jones, Treas.g Bob Taylor, Jim Siler, Pres., Mrs. Loraine May, Housemother, Bill Schroeder, Vice-Pres., Frank Kopich, Don Schuerman. Second Row: Joseph Duncan, Jr.. Jerry Kap- lowitz, Larry Miller, Tom Simpson, Lou Bauer. Tom Thayer, Doug Bruinger, John Jennings, Richard Calvin, William Stergiopoulos, Herman Mitchell, Gordon Tod, Erv Connors, Jack Miles. Third Row: Bob Holoeman, Phil Starr, Ned Lautenbach, Mark Lindberg, Randy Weithley, Stephen Jones, Rick Noble, Joe Klinck, Rick Riedmiller, Rich Scott, Jim Kenney, Chuck Manthey, Mike Bow- man. Fourtlz Row: Dave Sharp, Pete Blakeney, Chuck Haacke, Morgan Batton. Ted Bowman, Dave Carpenter, Lewis Brumm, Mike Brooke, Richard Drayson, Robert Heimann. Robert Betz, Arthur Johnson. Larry Milligan. Fifth Row: George Frey, Steve Schmaltz. Jim Reinsehmidt, Bill Peters, Rog Doty, Steve Meyer, Steve Isphording. John Hagner, Harry Sterling, Mike Devanney. Phil Zitchie, Jim Hardy, Patrick Lunsford. Sixlh Row: Lawrence Swartz, Michael Maxwell, Douglas Hissong, David Hinsch, Scott Johnson, Bill Donohoo, Larry Patterson, David Rader. Dan Church, Thomas Trotter, Tom Lange, Bill Rhode, Jim Deddens, Bob Johnson. SIGMA ALPHA MU A A AA 5 A A A AAAA 2 A 7K-gfjlf?ffffffi AAAAAA A 2 A kA A Marking their third year on campus with purchase of a former sorority house, the colony of Alpha Epsilon Pi is looking forward to national affiliation in the near future. In addition to concentrating on higher standards of schol- arship, the AEPils found time to help furnish the Cincin- nati Bob Hope House for Delinquent Children. With members in college honor societies, representatives in IFC, and enthusiastic alumni and mothers clubs, Alpha Epsilon Pi is fast assuming an active role in the fraternity life on the University of Cincinnati campus. ALPHA EPSILON PI Q2 ALPHA EPSILON PI-First Row: Peter Gabor, Dick Walsh, Treas.g Michael Kosky, Masterg David Wolf, Alumni Advisor, Mrs. lean Aherer, Housemotherg I-iarod Kirzner, Vice-Pres.g James Marmel, Pledge Trainer, Stephen Weinberg, Eliezer Feuer- berg. Second Row: Larry Strauss, Andy Forman, Kenny Hamer- man, Marvin Levine, Mel Chudnof, Dave Korros, Al Goldberg, Bob Zeitzer, Ron Porges. Third Row: Phil Harrison, Edmond Winkler, George Silberman, Steve Baron, Joe Newmark, Alan Heltzer, Fred Lafferman, John Cohn, Bill Newman, Gerry Aren- stein. Fourth Row: Edward Hattenbach, Ken Siegel, Neil Fisher, Jerry Goodman, Marty Singer. George Schneider, Marvin Budd, Herman Groshoif, Joseph Breslow, John Schneider. 267 .m.Q:::y.M: -wfdsgie, S S S Q-:zzgfs-:W S S S SIGMA CHIQ-First Rizw' Srqge 51113651 Tikeiijg em Moore, Vicefwiareqs g AffJ1k81Z 1?fSdi5lEYk,jSQC 5 115911331 Rfglsiqeii B65 Englehm Sefwzci RQWWG F B612 ?fk1fs,SS1eQeEfeyf,15h1Qg V S Crews, Ive Smvely Lwgi-fall, Tiiiifqziskmsgflfiliii Zavismj S 1k6fMTUgQ8, Tam Erauwck, Gwsger, E ' S 5, Hwy Km Ksrb MBaLke SI G i i f S S X y r, 1m Wynn Rows Jem? Y M --2:-sim,-as Q, ,, -- Qmxfk- ,f ,1 521222:-arse gizziifssi-wc -w:fW.gf7 , .,,, S. 2 M iii ,...K,..L,. 4: 1:-'ifdesif swgfpsa- -1,-1-M: .If y if -mi:-azz-'f:Q 5 5 ,:.. L, ..:L M , f S S S , 5 The white cross of Sigma Chi was seen across the campus this year, and listed among its many credits membership in Sigma Sigma, Metro, and ODK. Jn addition to their participation in fraternity intramurals, the Sigs held posi- tions on the Bearcat football and basketball teams. This year much of the chapter activity surrounded plans of Zeta Psi chapter for the annual State Day in Columbus, Ohio. Climaxing the year was the Spring Weekend, fea- turing announcement of the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. SIGMA CHI--First Row: Mike Zwertschek, Lauren Hill, Sec.g H, L. Van Arnem, Vice-Pres.g Bill Haman. Pres.g Pete Ellison, Treas.g John Medveckis, Ric Nuber. Tom Moore. Second Row: Bob Johnstone, G. F. Glann, Bill Ohl, Jack Binkley, Craig Liebel, Bob Englehart, John Gannon, Bob Dykes, Bob Ridings. Third Row: Russ Winten, Jim Zavi-sin, Steve Frey, George Nickles, Bob Horn, Steve McNamee, Jack Distler, David Hummel, Dennis Mc- Jean. Fourth Row: Joe Snively, Kirby Baker, Steve Gibson, Mike Minges, Jim Gwynn, Bob Albrecht, Eddie Kin. Mike Fulton. Den- nis Donohue. Pete Platz, Jack Johnson. Fifth Row: Jim Young, Henry Kin, Ray Campbell, Bill I-Iollenheck, Doug Baxter, Fred Caston, Terry Adams, John Rexford, Dale Peters. Ray Castelluc- cio, Jim Moss. Sixth Row: Bill Friend, Don Hall, Richard Hansen, Fred Hall. Gary Smith, Gene Smith. Gerry Meyer, Earl Hoem- mer, Dick Wagner, William Edwards, George Rees. if rffnwq-t 2 SIGMA NU iw-V, fm-:,k.,1--,f, 5 ,J -Q nf 1 qi , .:::...-wi--, ku- .:f--i'f- -in 'F".s211-iff'f:ilk-fliiffii-fffiiii?-Q1 ---- , , ..... : ,- f f f .- . .- f i 'Li 5 555257 " The status of a full-fledged fraternity chapter was given to the UC Sigma Nuls last year, after members had spent a period as a colony in fulfilling the national requirements and becoming an integral part of UC Greek life. In late summer the brothers rnovedinto their new house on Clif- ton Avenue to complete remodeling and decorations for rushmen. A many-faceted program of social, intellectu- al, and athletic events highlighted a crowded calendar for the members of UC's newest fraternity. B vc i uv Q N . ff-xy J V 4 rf We "" A - W 4 . - SIGMA NU--First Row: Robert Barry, Recorder: Gordon Air, Pledge Marshallg Mrs. Flo Hare, Housemotherg David Naehring, Commander: Lew Williams, Lt. Commanderg James Rice, Treas. Second Row: Rick Semon, Clifton Olds, Jr., William Caskey, James Walters, William Barry, John Wissinger, Albert Gaskill. Third Row: Dave Chowning, Harold Schuck, Kevin Powell, S. Duane Smith, Tom Robinson, Jim Johnson, Bill Dreyer. SIGMA PHI EPSILON Jigg-y,:,g,.l" 2i'jf,:-Eiga 21534fwzijgygqj .H:122.f:-iEL12'.ls-2.IGifwii-Qs'1:iQ?4:14iM2e'i-z5i2Qi':Lf5i.aw4,z1g:FL:24s:-ifPTH if-iziwiiiiil 51'7'.?'f.!i':IifL:9:'cpl? 1:57 :A-"fL:1g1g-7 .:L1ii"5,1j,-'t LSQIL1rgfj':Q',::!fkVi2' L--:,.H17'.L'f kg:-G"II'TWEEWT.l21':Qf5"7Q.L-i: WLS?5515:.L1"f.i1ilEI:-T'Q-S5T55:?1! Sf-3'.3.1fiikQ::5,.S'P5132-1,j4::2"f.QFZQYLQLLSXIErsiijgfilfi ..,'Y ,3.jg:-Q ',gy7g:9:7-5 -iXE:v2Agg'EfiA-52:',iffEfa:j.IiM:wEif 'f.-2E':--QAQS-'T.5if'Qj--ijnga!f'f?1T'5:2gj"71fL-'EfI',.-zugffiiiii'g:l5'7.lLif.?7-TTL-iff',:55':f 151555:f-if.IWV.:WZ'-5555-7fS'3f.fa9'57Vf:W2'25fT5:k595'V.i?7F , xshllwb I V Y Long hours of practice and an inspired performance cap- tured thc coveted Sarvis Memorial Trophy for the winners of the annual Sing, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Individual effort is also a part of Sig Ep life, as evidenced by the activities of the men of the Black Heart in a variety of campus groups. Each year UC's sororities and women's residence halls are invited to sponsor candidates for the Sig Ep Queen of Hearts. This lucky Miss is crowned each Febru- ary at the Oueen of Hearts Dance, the free dance spon- sored by Sig Ep open to the entire student body. wgglggss-fs-,,a ,sm t if - ef' L - FB SIGMA PHI EPSILON-First Row: Bill Staker, Albert Venosa, Sean Hoyt, Vice-Pres.g Allen Fisgus, Pres.g Lynn Barber, Record- er, R. Lawrence Kroovand, John Wright. Second Row: Dale Browne. Dick Baker, Ray Loesch, Don Miller, Russ Hagerty, Gor- don Stamler, Lloyd Anderson, Jim Kindsvatter. Third Row: Wil- liam Clevenger, John Williams, Paul Morris, Rick Walker, Bud Robeson, Bob Smith, James Maurer, Bob Buergen, Gary Schu- macher. Fourth Row: David Ewing, John Rollings, Bruce Stam- baugh, Tim Hampton, Mike Hard, Larry Helscher, Tony Germani, Butch Toole, Bill Faul, Philip Shepardson. Fifth Row: Bill Tal- bott, Denny Reigle, Marty P0pp, Fred Butler, Ron Wickert, Bob Qheeseman, Dick Mullen, Dave Andrews, Jerry Artz, Dave Lever- mg. THETA CHI THETA JC3HI-FffSz lRQwf fGi?111i2flHd1TnieiSfer,l lTefry1 1G1ass5 A1+ 1an 1fQe12fef9 50131 1 Grie rQ i1 Tvwwvvdruff WiI1?SSC1ivif1ff2,1 f Secwid RQWY, 1?1ii1f ?A gos1i1ii,2 1I+'i2r1 eSrhiihsf DomHuberg 1 1Pfesg:l 3P a11l fGig1ey4 i?i1f11f245 iafzmfdl ill KiiImeye1f:2 Ldrryl Mi1l1e2r,l 13Qn5Ri ckeqs, 2 MetzgE ziRobefr gS5gii3l15.i Dennis Sf94tke 54'K5hi2E171!f'?l?' Rrfw Q' HQi1 :Me ydrz J mffaird,iB??fil PfiQC, 1DiCk Bal i z f ig 1fn f 1 4ffg4 f g 5 si54fl 1 fsE i 4 r2 IFF! With a rush slogan of the '6Friendliest House on Campus" the Theta Chi's greeted rushmen this fall and pledged a large class to start the year on a prosperous note. Always strong contenders in intramural sports, the Theta Chi's also spent long hours on Homecoming house decorations and song practices to regain the form that took runner-up honors in the Sing. Individual achievement is emphasized, and brothers may be found wearing the familiar straw hat of Metro, the skull and cross bones of Sigma Sigma, and the well known brown jug of Sophos. THETA CHI--First Row: Dan Metz, Steve Sunderhaus, Carl Goodwin, Terry Cusick, Phil Bierbaum, Pledge Marshall, David Oberlin, Ron Allan, James Robinson. Sec., Don Burrell. Second Row: Stu Stiller, Nick Neuhausel, Roger Heys. Bob McKesson, John Palmer, Martin Bozeman, Dan Ferris, Ken Bohatka, Don Buirley, Third Row: Robert Adams, Richard Stewart, John Cool- ey, Bob Kiener, Michael Henschen, Michael Duffy, Ken Kleeb, Art Love, Mike DlMase. Fourth Row: Terry Wymer, Grover Hall, Scott Tichenor, Bill Lampert, Tom Waits, Jim Seibel, Bill Blistan, Dennis Johanson, Gary Crabb. Fifth Row: Nils Ekberg, Bill Ri- barsky, Jay Dunkerley, Mike Ormsby, Robert Gilhart, Edwin Bertolet, Grover Price, Ken Alexander, Al Fischer. 275 TRIANGLE TRIANGLE--First Row: Pete Miller, Lee Coburn, 'Jim m,mAk Stevens, Rec. Sec.g Woody Welch, Vice-Presg Dick ,Bloody:Tr6as.fi,f1-Gene, Brethaver, Jon Thomas. Second Row: James.-VMeLaugh1i11QEijfgg 'L 'L, Iege ome Bergfeld, Loyal Peterman, Thomas ,Reichge.Jo,seph'1fe Kappesg Gary Angeline, Daniel Olson, Dave,Ki1hn.,Tl1'irdjR0w:j -William Orth, Douglas Turner, Harry Klopf, James HOW,arde,',Doiia1d 'L:" ixsf man, Richard Wilks, David Peters, Red,VSchoenfe1Ad. fFQi1flH,-RAGWJ, Lance Simpson, Bruce Steiner, Jr., Lawrence Parker,-Jimjl'lfEkeL berry, C. Bram, Jr., Glenn Brown, Frank Burris,okgnaldgswrnoge John Leste, Ir., A1 Fryer. Fifth Row: John 'LTrudiecksQ5fTo131 Schutzler, David Burne, Edward Jurevic, John Lange, M,ax,Wo1rtI'1F ington, Kenneth Allen, Roger Seifriedg Kohn PoppgjRQz1'HICl' Architects and engineers all, the UC Triangle chapter members have an individuality comparable to no other group. Life at the Triangle house is geared to midterms and seventh week finals, with section-end parties to keep life from becoming dull, Still these busy men find time to take part in the always crowded schedule of Greek life, including Homecoming, the Sing, and Greek Week. Broth- ers on out of town work sections come and go, but the Triangle social calendar is arranged to include all men, with date parties, firesides, and the Sweetheart Formal. ig y l 5' TRIANGLE-First Row: Bill Schnyder, Paul Hemker. Vice-Pres.g Mrs. Beulah Doty, Housemother: Jim Ghering, Treas.g Doug Tur- ner. Sec. Second Row: Mike Preziose. Larry Ulery, Bob Benbow. Mike Noland. David Schulte, Irv Miller, Leroy Dearing. Third Row: John Coy, Nick Corbin, Glen Haas, Jim Schulte, Bruce Steiner, Pete Burke, Boyd Morrow, Ron Wessel. Fourth Row: Paul Hardy, Donald Geis, Thomas Hon, Richard DeLong. Cyril Dietrich, John Harris, Jay Taylor, Wayne Bahr. J. R. Deal. 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U .,..,, W, ,,..,,.,., U.,.,. W 1, , 1. ,,,,, ., 1.1.1, ,.,, ,, 1. 1 , 1, w, , , k, U Vykkkrrkyylkyyl, U ,k:,,:,k: ,H,,VMV,5 ,,,,,kL H kk,k ,.,,L V,:L, 1 1, ,..,....,,k vi ,111 .,,.:,,., v,.,., .,,..,,,..,,..,., ,,:,,:,, U:.fL 5 1 I 1 316, A.,. ,, 11, M f, k1,,gg1ggfmg, ,kHL,,,,5,,,1111,111,g,A,,,Q,511-11-11,Q.g1,g1gfT -w,.11,- ,1,- 1, 2-11-P1-111 swsw-fffvlszilezxexff,1:e1f1-flag :ww 1 'fr '1:1:f11.2f11:fz-H11 11,,1f1f 15-11,11S11s11z,'s1 -111-11-, H , ,,.sm,51.,.,51,1 51,1151 1,k1.,,,-,,-111-,,,11,.1w,. sg-.,, 11 f,,1q1Q,1sM-, :,,1111111w:11- -, ,, 1,1 1, 11 f-f--f-f ,111-V1-11 1-,,.. f11,,1,-11,1-N111 ,119-111.1151 15,1111--I-V 1, ALPHA PHI ALPHA Starting out with the largest pledge class in chapter his- tory, the members of Alpha Phi Alpha initiated a program emphasizing scholarship and service. A brother was tapped for Sigma Sigma, and service projects found the A Phi A's singing Christmas carols for the blind and aged. The men also enjoyed an old fashionedlcsing-along during rush, and greeted spring with their annual Sweet- heart Ball. Exchange programs were held with other A Phi A chapters, and a local exchange found the brothers attending each other's churches each Sunday. ALPHA PHT ALPHA-First Row: Edward Dent, Dean of Pledges: Henry Neloms, William Bailey, Vice-Pres.g Carl Benson, Treas.g John Montgomery, Pres.g Randall Maxey, Sec., John Court- ney. Robert Felder. Second Row: Vernon Champion, Clarence Shelton, Howard Woods, Hubert Watson. Arthur Cromwell, Dar- ryl Allen, Charles Carr, William Wallace, Brigman Owens. 80 UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE HALLS Hungry students flock to French Grill for a study break. A touglz math problem requires o plzone call Books are often discarded for cz late night bull session. Hurricd goof!-lrycfs flflvr sllzdy dures DI! Ilia dorm lobby at I1 0'c'loc'k. . . OL'Cll.X'1'f1lIllIlj', II quiet spot in u tlorni lomzyv run lu' lli.x'c'ow1'c:l. In recent years UC's housing facilities have been hard pressed by the University's spiraling enrollment, re- sulting in the use of temporury oil' czimpus dormitories for non-resident students, Currently. the men and wom- en's residence halls uccommodute nearly 1300 students. but with the construction of new dorms scheduled to open in September '64. this figure will upproximutely double. Each dorm is governed by its own elected council. and the Inter-Residence Hall Council serves to coordinate all dorm activities, including socizil events, for UC residents. if 1 5 'uw Lf? si 281 MEN'S RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL-First Row: John Lavens. Khoi Vu, Glenn Hubbuch. Keith Suerdick. Vice-Presg G. Ernest Lofton, Robert Sefton, Lanny Hirschfeld. Second Row: Bruce Knisley. Gary Echelbarger, Roger Holzen, Pres., Richard Rushing. John Yahne. Raymond Hulhalland. Jr., John Wyman, Harmon Kirkpatrick. College life is filled with diversity for the men of Dabney and French residence halls. Parties and mixers with girls from neighboring women's dorms furnish a welcome break from studying, and this year the residents spon- sored an Orphans' Christmas party, complete with Santa Claus and presents for all. Water, pillow, and even shav- ing cream nghts are not uncommon in the halls, but after the ammunition has been exhausted and the debris cleared away, textbooks and slide rules magically appear in preparation for eight olclock classes next morning. MEN'S RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL-First Row: Craig Giegerich, Jim Ihlenfeld, Tim Kute. John ixunz. Lhuck Russakov, S. Allan Dubow, John Mikula, Pres., Jon Powers. Vice- Pres.: Frank Kopich, Lee Bauman, George Bolton, Brian Finegan, Jerry Smith. Second Row: James Tracy, Kenneth Williams, George Grail, Roger Freundlieh, Edwin Kerstine. Stephen Baylin, Steve Overholser, Dick Long, Dick Campbell, Danny Ardelean, Bill Dobda. Third Row: Glenn Hubbuch, Jon Gerhardt, Ronald Uram, Gordon Clark. Joe Douthett. Mal Foley, Al Nelson, David Smith, Bob Brown, Howdy Roe, Terry Chrzan. Fourth Row: Dick Boekhorst, Robert Phillips, Gary Aufranc, Jeff Bricker, Richard Martin, George Wilson, Mike Subler, John Boerner, Mike Waring, Steve Millbourn, Joseph Stern, Paul Wright. JEFFERSON HALL JEFFERSON HALL-First Row: Susan Cocks. Shelly Kerr, Pres.g Rosalind Trizzino. Second Row: Ann Vlachos. Pat Dolan, Diane Fryman, Deborah Hill, Charline Echols. The residents of Jefferson Hall enjoyed a rather unique dormitory situation, even though faced with a twenty minute walk to and from campus every day. For two quarters girls had the freedom to paint and decorate their rooms as they wished, since the building was scheduled to be razed for a street widening project in the third quarter. A converted apartment building com- plete with carpeted halls and bright yellow bathroom fixtures, Jefferson Hall was one of five off campus resi- dence halls in use until completion of the new women's dormitory on the main campus. ,aa as HUBER HALL-First Row: Betsy McDonald, Sharon Shannon, Susan Stiglitz. Treas.g Su- san Hausman, Pres, Mrs. M. Alford. Res. Coung Carolyn Waits, Vice-Pres., Pam Liffel. Sec.g Carol Schleinitz. Secozzd Roux' Carol Bonen. Jill Prestup. Cynthia Weiffenbach. Charlotte De- Marchi. Kay McElfresh. Nanette Hermann, Lenore Cunix. Susan Cohen, Patricia Herron. Third Row: Susan Hammond. Judy Devaud. Nancy Grayson. Kay Hothem. Jean Morgan. Jo Anne Spurrier, Cheryl Rogers. Margaret Gorman. Barbara Ingram. One of the largest off campus dorms is Huber Hall, lo- cated two blocks from the main campus. As a converted apartment building, Huber Hall can accommodate as many as six girls in each unit. The hall is governed by an elected council and by a Judiciary Council. 4 Located so far from campus that its residents are given bus passes, Ludlow Hall is also being used temporarily to house students until the fall of 1964. The dorm, which once was a hotel, is governed by a Cabinet elected each March from corridor representatives. LUDLOW HALL-First Row: Ariene Tubio. Barbara Chase. Rosalyn Heisler. Pres.g Barbara Dr Ke. Sec.-Treas.: Charlotte Wilkie. Svcozid Roux' Rena Sue Nitzley. Jo Anne Poll. Louise Gutman. Judy Baston. Judie Newhouse. Third Row: Alane Gekoski. Gail Hoffman. Florence Ernst, Cindy Thalman. Carolyn Spenny. Cindy Maynard. Jill Walters. Fourth Roux' Bobbi Roseman. Arlene Burkey, Pat Coburn, Charlotte Chalker, Linda Carole Ritz, Ingrid Ullberg, Judy Wheeler, Bonnie Leal. 'X 1. fiesta PROBASCO HALL V' ,Q 'Q7i eus- 'nd YT? bn 'R N fx wr' PROBASCO HALL-Firm Row: Carol Couner. Sarah Buckley. Vice-Pres.: Margaret Lucas. Secoml Row: Kathryan Froug. Lenore Nier. Kathleen Johnston, Carolyn Cranford. Maria Wooster. Probasco Hall, the smallest womens dormitory on cam- pus, housed its last group of Coeds this year, most of Whom are uppcrclassmen and transfer students. Before retiring from service, Probasco Hall saw its residents form an eflective governing body which met twice each quarter to regulate dorm affairs and to plan an open house for parents and friends. Even though the dorm provided no study rooms, its diligent dwellers compiled a scholas- tic average, well above the all-womens average and left an example for the hall's next residents-fraternity men. MEMORIAL RESIDENCE HALL-Barbara Stewart, Susie Davids, Treas.g Sue McElfresh, Rosalee Cook, Trish Turner. To the melodic strains of pneumatic drills, residents of Memorial Dorm held gab sessions, pillow fights, and tried very hard to study. UC's largest women's residence hall houses both freshmen and upperclassmen and offers its many residents the experience of working together in the area of dorm government, as well as in the planning of social events. A slumber party held during the iirst quarter helped everyone get acquainted and led to a Christmas tree decoration party before vacation. In the second quarter plans were underway for a project with French Hall. MEMORIAL HALL-First Row: Connie Purdom, Carol Lammers, Suzy Boswell, Judy Pul- Zer. Second Row: Marilyn Victory, Barb Stewart, Nancy Hough, Lynne Mattesan, Gloria Ra- dizivilover, Pres., Dotti Sheppard, Diane Murphy. Anita Razinger. Third Row: Janet Gladden. Nancy Cohen, Arlene Rubinoff, Barbara Youngerman, Carol Finkelstein. Jean Hedger, Many Coffee, Norma Scott, Julie Ley, Hattie Weinstein. Fourth Row: Eileen Stern, Marilyn Harleins. Suzanne Lowry, Zamie Wiggers, Donna Osborne, Sharon Freese, Charlene Dombi. Anita Tel- ler, Lynne Apfelbaum. -illiu 11?-R9?1Ei - ., I LOGAN HALL ASSOCIATION 's LOGAN HALL ASSOCIATION-First Row: Pat Moon. Mary Kay Johnson. Sec.: Beth Sun- derland. Serum! Row: Georgiann Chupp, Terry Stephens. Carolyn Cade. Barb Rose. Sensitive to the heartbeat of Logan Hall and with their fingers always on its pulse. members of the Logan Hall Association strive to maintain the enthusiastic spirit charac- teristic of UC's nurses. Since the three buildings composing the nurses' dormitory are removed from the main campus. the student elected association gives special consideration in setting standards for conduct and enforcing University housing regulations. In addition to planning social events, the nurses sponsor queen candidates, and this year a fresh- man nurse was elected Sophos Queen. -Q' 2 SCABBARD AND BLADE -M "A' Advanced ROTC men showing leadership, high stand- ards of character, and outstanding scholarship are eligi- ble for membership in Scabbard and Blade. This year S 81 B worked closely with their womenls auxiliary, Guidon, and honored the girls with membership in the Society. Col. Myron A. Funk SCABBARD AND BLADE-First Row: Richard Holmes, Ronald Grammel, Capt.g James Black. Second Row: John Montgomery, Ronald Roberts, Martin Scheider, Robert Biddle. Third Row: Jay Taylor, Maurice Bertram, Edward Stuebing. Ralph Taylor, Thomas Devanney. PERSHING RIFLES At their annual fall camp, the Society of Pershing Rities receives instruction in bayonet drills and night raids in preparation for active army life. This year Company E-1 successfully staged three military field problems through the use of various tactical maneuvers. PERSHING RIFLES-First Row: Jack Skidmore, Victor Wegelin. Ronald Russell, Robert Biddle. Commanderg Judy Routzong, Sponsor. Jan Jansen. Martin Scheider. Joseph Sanders. Gary Green. Second Row: Victor Wright. Stephen Brockman. William Warrick. Janes Mc- Manus, Raymond Beck, Don Craig. Mark Seifried, Richard Tokarski, Richard Jackson, John Tate. Third Row: Joseph Dierkers. Sam Watson, Gerald Lowry, Leroy Stots. Dorsey Hub- bard, Eric Murrell, Valdis Kukainis, John Torbeck, Clyde Sullivan. O Ll. Col. Stanley J. Wiechert MINUTEMEN DRILL TEAM Freshman and sophomore AFROTC cadets form the nucleus of the Minutemen Drill Team. Early morning practices three days each week enabled the members to perfect their precision marching in preparation for competition with Xavier, Detroit, and Bradley. 1 MINUTEMEN DRILL TEAM-First Row: David Broerman, Charles Staley, Roger Wills, Ir., Waylon Masters, Commander, Thomas Maier, Glenn Russell, Tim Lacinak. Second Row: George Tracy, Gregory White, Paul Rumple, Michael Pfaff, David Noell, Nick Aneshansley, Robert Kelley, Charles Payne. Third Row: James Harvey, Jeff Bricker, Kevin Powell, Jack Bishop, Paul McVay, Fred Hall, Mike Frohmiller, Robert Emmerichs. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY AND ANGEL FLIGHT Combining forces to promote interest in the Air Force, members of Angel Flight and the outstanding AFROTC upperclassmen chosen for membership in the Arnold Air Society marched together in the Homecoming Parade and participated in Operation Jet Jenny and Air Force Week. 3 "TF" , X X 'T ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY ANGEL FLIGHT-First Row: Beverly Russell, Marcy Dilling, Edlyn Marcuse, Dean Newberry, Beth Vaughan, Cathy Swormstedt, Nancy Kleine, Jean Lath- an, Donna Stoms. Second Row: Debbie Whitney, Judy Yeager, Kenneth Frey, John Pothier, John Norton, Commander, Donald Wesley, Norma Scott. Suzanne Buck, Kathy Shirk. Third Row: Suzanne Arend, Marty Messner, Buck Wilkins, Williams Edwards. Early Losey, Carl Reichert, Raymond Harris, Skippy Kahsar, Patty Sinnott. Fourth Row: Sharon Hausman. Gloria Radzivilover, David Ewing, Gerry Joering, Fred Butler, Jack Bishop, Kevin Powell, Chuck Masters, Walter Lawson, Kay LaPrade, Mary Beth Maitre. 'g i :VAV HELEN SEKINGER, ROTC BAND QUEEN MARTY WESSEL, HONORARY CADET COLONEL The title 'lgasketball Dynastyn has been associated with the Clifton Avenue team since the days of the "Big O," but this year the fortunes of the roundballers were on the wane. Although no longer champions of the hardwood, in the last third of the season the ,Cats showed evidence of regaining their magic touch, thus auguring well for the year to come. On the other hand, the offensive displays of the best UC football team in years were enough to ignite a glow in the heart of any McMicken campus alumni. A Co-Championship in the MVC, in addition to victories over highly rated teams on a more rugged schedule, gave indication that the UC gridiron power will be a force to be reckoned with in the near future. In minor sports, the UC merm.en splashed to an MVC swimming crown, while the trackmen showed their heels to many a team in their winning season. And, though losing a valuable senior, the wrestlers show promise of future improvement. STUDLEY'S REBUILDING NEARS CLIMAX AS SPIRITED BEARCATS FIGHT FOR FIRST MO-VALLEY CO-CHAMPIONSHIP Athletic Director George Smith and his Associate, Bill Schwarberg, congratulate Bearcat Coach Studley on winning Cincinnatfs first ever MVC football trophy. TEAM STATISTICS 1963 FOOTBALL RESULTS UC OPPONENTS OPPONENTS Number of Plays . . 616 647 DRAKE .... ......... 0 Net Offense .,......... 3494 2971 ARMY . - . - - - - 22 Average Offense Per Game 349.4 297.1 XAVIER ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 22 , TULSA ..... .. 15 F1rst Downs ........... 187 168 DETROIT .... . . . 0 Number of Penalties . . 50 54 INDIANA .... A .... 20 Yards Penalized .... 486 507 DAYTON .............. 8 Number of Fumbles . . . 32 27 NORTH TEXAS STATE . . 7 Fumbles LOSt ---- 18 16 WICHITA .............. 23 MIAMI... ....2l ae, -. :jg Fi ,VS fx.. 55,21 +A'kA" , 1, xi 'f f 5 K 5' K3 ' 9 'N E' x 'Swat W 4 ,ge , 'fg- i l .M 'ff Coach Studley gives last minute instructions to wingback Joe Davis, a versatile substitute who filled in at several positions. A Bearcat goal-line stand proves effective as tackle Dennis Smith girdles Miami fullback Tom Longsworth UC MOVES BEHIND EXPLOSIVE OFFENSE New faces plus explosive attack times spirit equals a winning year- this in short sums up the 1963 Bearcat football fortunes. After spend- ing two losing seasons rebuilding a grid power worthy of the Bearcat name, Coach Chuck Studley p-iloted the Cincy eleven to a 6-4 sea- son mark. Over the ten game span, the 'Cats defeated three MVC foes to take their first-ever share of the league title in a tie with rival Wichita. The Red and Black record was marred only by two season ending defeats by a slim total of five points to end chances of a bowl bid. DRAKE: In kicking off the six home game schedule, the ,Cats defeated Drake, 28-0, for their 50th victorious opener in 73 seasons. Redeeming a previous touchdown bobble, tight end Phil Higgins scored on a 56-yard pass play to equal the defensive ef- forts of senior guard Darrell Cauley. Calling a tight game as defen- sive quarterback and blocking ferociously against a strong Bulldog interior Cauley was named "Lineman of the Week" by the Missouri Valley Conference. ARMY: Obviously improved over the 1962 squad, the Bearcats traveled to West Point to match scoring ability with the mighty Cadets. Al Nelson, a pre-season pick for national prominence, displayed fine offensive and defensive know- how. Running from his halfback position, Nelson gained 95 yards on 21 carries to pick up 6 of Cincy's hard-to-come-by first downs. De- spite his efforts Cincinnati fumbled to their first loss of the year. XAVIER: Intent on revenge after the Army set-back, UC downed cross town rival Xavier, 35-22, with one of the most wide open offensive displays in Bearcat years. In a MUST situation from Coach Studley's view, the spirited team soundly ended all Musketeer hopes of four in a row by totaling 410 yards offense while holding Xavier to 267 yards. TULSA: The team effort over 'X, sent UC to Tulsa Oklahoma to face the pass-crazy Hurricanes in Skelly Stadium. fLeftj Errol Prisby "squirrels" his way down field for a long third down gain. Prisby set a UC single-season record when he averaged 9.4 yards per carry. f Bottom J Army scores a TD against Cincy as the famed Cadet cannon sends an ominous cloud of smoke to the sky. Assistant Publicity Director Dale Wolf ana' Chuck Manthey keep a running total of time from the press box. lBelowj "Post and Times-Star's" Wally F orste reports to some 268,000 readers UC's losing eforts in the Miami tilt. Stajj' writer Bill Anzer of the "Cincinnati Enquirer" covers the XU-UC rivalry. Hod Blaney Irightj, UC's Sports Publicity Director, and Jim Gregory head the press box statisticians during all Nippert Stadium games WRITERS, ANNOUNCERS AND STATISTICIANS PUT BEARCATS BEFORE W Speaking for WKRC Earl Bordman, "the voice of the Bearcats" . . . UC's two point loss to Miami makes K, the Thanksgiving Day news headlines. ' 3 OCTOBER 1 8th Sororities and fraternities join efforts to put finishing touches on floats. fRightj Theta Chi's construct their house decs on a "South Seas" theme. THE NIGHT BEFORE HOMECOMING A pep rally and announcement of the Homecoming Queen finalists added to the excitement of "Float Night," the traditional campus oc- casion for transforming Clifton Avenue with crowds of jostling stu- dents viewing Hoats and drinking hot coffee at open houses. Weary workers trudged to corner stores to buy more crepe paper, while the sidewalk superintendents gave advice for improving floats. ., . . -, .-. lx. f 5 I fp.. Ik , t A , 2 aw ill' Y sig 'fkf , L if 1-wi 1,. K, , I we f M K 1 V if 43.1-' ' .1 . af' tl' 1 A can of paint spray adds last minute white-caps 10 waves on float. Floats on a "South Seas" theme traverse a two mile route around UC. fRightj Phi Kap sea turtle is a crowd favorite. I For the iirst time in years, the weatherman cooperated, and the Homecoming parade and game took place on a bright and sunny afternoon. A festive crowd of 16,000 students and alumni watched UC dump the Detroit Ti- tans, 35-0, and cheered the half-time announcement of the top float winners, Delta Tau Delta and Chi Omega. COLORFUL FLOATS HIGHLIGHT HALF-TIME FESTIVITIES .1 X Winning floats circle the stadium at half-time. fRightj ATO's assist an immobilized mermaid onto their float. ,. Aigxhg, I 5 a Q A.. lg , ,fr e K W Honorable-mention All-Amerzcan Brzg Owens, e . 'gif i f , a national leader ln total ogense, kept ,if-5 xi , if ,g g . enemy defenses under pressure all the f h-'V - - I. t if , . . . - .,'- .5 , .. .. W ei tg . .Q A tzme. fBelow2 The Brzgadzer hres a pass - I- z 11. j . , k.Vk' ' - x- - agaznst overwhelmed Dayton as three rush- Q. H,-f s,Le . - - " asf' ..-.M ETS'i'- men fall to get at him. fR1ght J AH01' her . 'Q' . - L 4 A ,-r' opponent falls to the ground tn a vazn . , attempt to keep Brzg from scorzng. .- .Q , + 3' ' b . 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W .. . . ,. , , .. ...L .. Q.. .. .. ,. .. A ,.. .,t.. , W Wf .' -'W WW W . ' ' 'V f 'T " ' . . . . N T rzple-threat Brtg Owens szgnals the start of another ofienszve attack. Utilizing wide end John Simmons, Tulsa led by one after three quarters of play. Then Brig Owens stole the show from the defending con- ference champs. The triple-threat quarterback fron Fullerton, Cali- fornia completed four passes and climaxed a dramatic TD drive with a one-yard scoring crash in the closing seconds of the game. Cincyls QB was recipient of three "Back of the Week" awards and was twelfth ranked nationally in total offense. DETROIT: Led by guards Darrell Cauley and Roger Perdrix, the Cincinnatians won handily over the Detroit Titans, 35-8, before a Homecoming crowd of l6,000. UC's offense exploded for nearly 500 yards as the de- fense throttled Detroitls attack for the 'Cats' second whitewash of the campaign. This victory boosted the mid-way mark to 4-1, and Coach Studley commented: "We've had some tremendous team ef- forts and the spirit has been out of this world." Two big reasons for UC's potent offense are All-M VC guards Roger Perdrix f60j and Darrell Cauley i641 blocking for Owens. A TALENTED QUARTERBACK AND STRONG INTERIOR LINE IMPROVES UC'S CHANCES Back Errol Prisby, a jfne running threat, unleashes his only pass of the entire season l KRightJ Jim Curry, one of the nations top pass receivers, executes a pass-cut on the practice turf. The 6-4 senior set three records and tied nother with 39 receptions for 621 yards. 'flumbo Jim" was the first collegiate end drafted by the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL. fBelowj Curry hauls in one of ten against Indiana to tie a single-game mark set by Jim Kelly in 1949. 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The final score, however, gave little indication of the battle-royal that saw UC stopped twice on the one yard line. Experiencing a held day against a weak IU secondary, Jim Curry pulled down ten passes to tie a l4 year old record for single-game receptions. At one point Cincy could have taken the lead when a referee surprised everyone in the stadium by claiming that Bearcat Pete Rekstis' dive from the one foot line fell short of the goal. DAYTON: Bouncing back from a disappointing loss at the hands of Indiana, the 'Cats regained their winning touch at the expense of Dayton, 35-8. The intense speed of halfback John Smedley and the aggressive line work of soph tackle Bob Taylor combined to insure the Red and Black a winning season. Fortunately the victory over Dayton counted as a MVC contest, since Louisville and Cincinnati, unable to meet because of scheduling, both played the University of Dayton Flyers. All-AIVC guard Darrell Cauley f64j awaits assistance from Ted Coppola in halting the North Texas drive. 5' ' i .-t ' 1 I 3? QW! FQ' if ,L K an A 4 V - g f ' .i.,igff STUDLEY'S FIRST UC WINNER .,, .. 15 . 6 . . 4... lit i .1 Bob Kopich, junior wingback Jerry Mornper, junior center Jim Caekowski, senior wide end Roger Walz, sophomore quarterback Bob Welch, sophomore tight end NORTH TEXAS STATE: With a conference title hanging in the balance, Cincinnati played host to the Eagles of North Texas. High- lighting the ground attack, wingback Errol Prisby sprinted a punt return 98 yards for a TD as the 'Cats plastered a 39-7 defeat on NTS. In handing North Texas their second set back, Cincy won its third MVC victory, and enthusiasm mounted in hopes of an 8-2 record and a conference crown. WICHITA: Needing either a win or draw over the flashy Shockers, the Bearcats met Wichita in a sizzling duel. Running through and around the ,Cat line, the Wichita backs brilliantly dominated the first half of play. Down by a 16-7 deficit at the three-quarter point, the ,Cats fought desperately to come within three points, 23-20. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-First Row: Phil Higgins, Jim Curry, Movie Smith, Joe Davis, Jerry Momper, Jim Cackowski, Darrell Cauley. Second Row: Pete Rekstis, Bruce Vogelgesang, Jerry Weber, Bob Kopich, Bob Howell, Dan Points, Frank Shaut, Pat Morton. Third Row: Joe Shaw, Dennis Barrett, Dave Roerler, Bob McCabe, Dave Hallinan, Charles Grigas, Jon Shank, Ken Van Buren. Fourth Row: Tom Sobolewski, Ted Coppola, Charles DeRosa, Dennis Smith, Bob Welch, Tom Manning, Darryl Allen, Allan Neville. Fifth Row: Dick Fugere, Forest Heis, Tom Callahan, Bill Brown, Jim Swanda, Bob Sheehan, Dave Merriam, Roger Walz, George Kapcar. Sixth Row: Brig Owens, Bill Ferris, Dick Lucka, Dennis Woodruff, Bob Steinhauser, Roger Perdrix, Errol Prisby, Bill Bailey. Seventh Row: Terry Ballard, George Mussman, John Vargosko, Dave Wright, Larry Koman, John Smedley, Al Nelson, Ben Jones, Bob Taylor, Ted Rodosovich. Eighth Row: Bob Kahle, Stud. Mgr.g Doug Rice, Bob Delaney, Barry Hess, Jim Kelly, Chuck Studley, Head Coach: Dick MacPherson, Don Nehlen, Dave Ash, Dick Morgan, Stud. Mgr., Tom Myers, Stud. Mgr. The Cincy eleven had to settle for a Co-championship with their first conference loss in four tries, their best record record since join- ing the Valley seven years ago. MIAMI: Cincinnati joined in mourning the untimely death of President Kennedy by postponing the 75th renewal of the UC-MU rivalary. But the verdict remained just as distasteful to Bearcat fans when Cincy closed its fine season with a 21-19 loss. Studley's crew spent most of the day breathing down the Redskins, neck, but were always just a step behind. Ernie Kellerman, later chosen by UC's players as the No. 1 opponent quar- terback, led the enemy charge with 192 yards passing, Speedster Errol Prisby was Cincy's chief offensive threat, averaging over 18 yards a carry in the losing cause. FROSH GAIN EXPERIENCE FOR NEXT SEASON FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM--First Row: Jay Bachman, Al Wolford, Mike Turner, Bob Covode, Dick Stoddard, Ken Jordan. Second Row: Tom Etzel, Dennis Matthews, Chuck Cavolla, Jerry Misik, Jim Hoose, Kevin Teismann, Dick Chemas. Third Row: Steve Postich, Bob Milner, Doug Warner, Dick Neuforth, Al Reseter, Paul Toliver, Dan Bamonte, Bob Lee. Fourth Row: John Jennings, Al Swafford, Rudy Dzodony, Ron Nelson, George Thomas, Mike Cameron, Tim Woodruff, Jerry Scarloto, Ken Bryant. Fifth Row: Tom Wei- ner, Charles Oltz, Bob Reynolds, Steve Schweitzer, Kealy Ryan, Vic Duncanson, Curt Rog- ers, Harrison Simms, Jerry Hendy, Tom Kelch. Sixth Row: Barry Hess, Jim Kelly, John Parker. Jim Leonard, Ron George, Jack Rekstis, Bill Hayward, Bob Douglas, Doug Rice, Dave Dunkelberger. l 4- - L Though subject to defensive lapses, the 1963 Frosh football season featured an improved olfense, as the Bearkittens tallied a 1-3 mark. The yearlings first tasted defeat from Miami, 26-6, and then suffered an 18-6 loss at the hands of Dayton. The 'Kittens were outplayed by a powerful Kentucky team, 36-Og but managed to conclude the '63 campaign with a win over Marshall, 34-14. Al- though the team failed to record a winning season, new coach Jim Kelly was much encouraged by the freshmen spirit. Kelly's main objective was to develop individual talent for varsity competition in the future. Recipients of the Most Valuable Player awards, fullback Jim Hoose and Bob Covode, should bolster the varsity squad, along with centers Jay Bachman and Allan Woodruff. F ullback Jim Hoose captains the frosh. w-5 - 1 I UC DROPS FROM TOP TEN AS INEXPERIENCE TAKES ITS TOLL The Bearcat basketball team compiled a 17-9 record, but for the first time in six historical seasons failed as a national champion- ship contender. A series of pitfalls faced the 'Cats from the Hrst cen- ter jump at the GWU game until finally, with two-thirds of the '64 season past, the squadas talent jelled into a top-rated team. The observers that claimed UC,s dynasty was only past history were proven wrong, as S'Juck's boysv came through victorious in their last eight of nine contests. The long season opened its doors in a wild affair, as the 'Cats pounced upon George Washington lOl-65, while Coach Ed .Tucker was still seeking a three-man combination to replace All-Americans Tony Yates, Tom Thacker, and Larry Shingelton. After downing rival Miami by a slim five-point margin, the inevitable took place. A six-year record of 72 consecutive Bear- cat triumphs on the Armory Fieldhouse hardwood came to an abrupt halt when UC wac finally beaten by the J ayhawkers of Kansas. Tension mounts to a peak on the Bearcat bench as the score tightens up. Krick catches Joe Strawder fiat-footed and scores. One more squeaker UC beats K State by two WEST COAST TRIP COSTLY TO CINCY Xavierlv Steve Thomas Krick jumps leaving Billiken defenders glued to the floor. charges over Meyer. A victory over Wisconsin of 'fBig Ten landv sent the Red and Black west to conquer Colorado and Denver. Combining Ron Bon- ham's jump shooting Wizardry and George Wilson's superb work about the hoop, Cincy slipped by highly-rated Kansas State, 72-70. Hold- ing a 6-l record, the defensively weak Bearcats opened their MVC schedule victoriously by edging Tulsa, 54-52. Next in line was the rugged Western road test with Utah and Oregon State. Pitted against two nationally noted teams the 'Cats witnessed their 7-1 mark slide to 8-3 in the three west coast contests. The Oregon State Beavers avenged their NCAA semifinal loss of the previous year by trounc- ing the Cincinnatians, 82-61. Recovering from their worst defeat in many a year, the men from the "Avenue of Championsil charged back on their home floor to defeat the St. Louis Billikens. The '63 campaign was reaching its peak when the Cincy iive en- countered something strange to them in a string of defeats. ln search of their seventh consecutive league title the 'Cats suifered live straight MVC setbacks in a three-week span. Combating a phenomenal 54 per cent shooting average, UC fell to eventual NIT Champs, Bradley, by a 87-77 count. Drake repeated the feat in overtime as the Bear- cat's offensive attack collapsed. St. Louis, Wichita, and Tulsa fol- lowed suite, extending the losing streak to live and leaving the con- ference record at 2-5. With Ken Cunningham and Fritz Meyer in the backcourt and Ron Krick sharing the front line duties with Gene Smith, Bonham and Wilson, the team halted the skid with a 77-63 triumph over the Dayton Flyers. 9 lLeftj Bearcats are jubilant after beating MVC leader Drake. lMiddleJ R'efs call overtime despite violent arguments by Wichita's Ralph Miller. IA bovej Seniors Larry Elsasser, Bill Abernethy, George Wilson, and Ron Bonham go to center court in their last game. lLeftj Cunninglzam hits a key free tlzrow against tlle Muskies enroute to a college higlz 22 points. 'CATS HIT MID-SEASON SLUMP, DROPPING SIX TQ VALLEY FOES The doctors give "Smitty" a quick eye check Ron Bonham sels up an inbounds play. The Big O autographs a program while talking with Jucker and sportswriter Dick Forbes. Guards Dave Cosby and Ken Cunningham bring the ball up court against a tough Shocker press. Lynn Mueller honors Ed Iucker for his fine coaching record. F ritzy Meyer sends aloft a warm-up shot from the corner :QC TUCKER HOSPITALIZED BAKER TAKES OVER Next the comeback minded 'Cats traveled to Texas where they hung a 78-68 decision on the North Texas State Eagles. Coach Jucker had his post-game celebration in the Denton, Texas hospital maternity ward, recuperating from an attack of appendicitis suffered after the victory. 6'Juck,s', righthand man, Assistant Coach Tay Baker, coached the Red and Black to three wins and a lone overtime loss to the Wich- ita Shockers while Jucker sat in the stands. Cincy continued on its victory trail by spoiling Bradleyls MVC chances, 64-62, in the Peo- rian snakepit. North Texas fell to the Bearcats for the final confer- ence tilt to even the MVC record at 6-6. In the season-ender UC clashed with cross-town rival, Xavier, on the Cincinnati Gardens' floor. In the hard-fought contest the ,Cats outlasted the Musketeers, 94-92. It marked the seventh year in a row that the Clifton group claimed the mythical Miami Valley championship. Sophomore Ron Kriek, his shoulders finally healed after corrective surgery, snares a loose ball in a pre-game shooting session. w I All-America Ron Bonham arches his one-hander to the basket. UC's Hrs! home conference game starts. Sophomore Dave Cosby drives up court closely guarded by Wichita's Kelly Pete pg- 1' 1 - ,,,4Q ,,.,,, ,. .,,.,.-un--'HI' W. -ww--...A..,.,,,, M , W 1963-64 BASKETBALL RESULTS OPPONENTS 65 UC 101 ........ George Washington ........... 60... ....... Miami ....... ...... . 47 ..... Kansas .... .. .. .... Wisconsin .. ..Col0rado... ..... Denver ..... ...KansasState... .. .... Tulsa..... .. ...... Utah..... .. ...OregonState... .. ...OregonState... .. ...St.Louis.... ...Bradley.... .. 56 51 65 60 82 64 64 48 72 70 54 52 68 76 57 53 61 82 67 64 77 87 66... .... Drake ..... ....76 76... ...St.Louis.... ....78 59 ... ..... Wichita .... .. .. 62 58... . ...... Tulsa ....... ....74 77 . . . ........ Dayton ....... . . 63 78 . . . .... North Texas State . . . . . . . 68 66 ... ...... Houston ..... .... 59 58... ......Wichita.... ....59 99... .... St.Ioseph... ....84 61... ...... Drake ...... ....55 64 . . . ...... hBradley ....... . . . . 62 104... ...Nort TexasState.... ....91 7 . CATS STAGE COMEBACK 94 ... ....... Xavier ....... .... 92 WIN LAST EIGHT OF NINE Tay Baker, acting head coach while Ed lucker recovers from his Ed Jucker rests comfortably in the stands appendectomy, awaits the decision of the overtime with Wichita. watching his Bea,-Cats beat Sf, Josgph' r"1-"1 '75 . 'l 3 .5 5, hh r . J ' -" '-H-- if VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Coach Ed Iucker. Fritz Meyer, Dave Cosby. Larry Elsas- ser, John Serbin. Gene Smith. Neil Stappenbeck. George Wilson. Ron Bonham. Ron Krick. Tom Biedenharn, Bill Abernethy, Roland West, Dean Lampros. Ken Cunningham. Tay Baker. Shockers try vainly to get at ball in UC freeze. iv- e- val!" . 1963-64 STATISTICS PLAYER FGA FGM Pct. FTA FTM Pct. RBD PTS AVG Bonham 430 222 516 232 190 .819 155 634 24.4 Wilson .... 343 164 478 173 90 .520 326 418 16.1 Krick ..... 163 68 417 50 26 .520 139 162 6.8 Cosby ..... 148 53 358 51 31 .608 59 137 5.5 Cunningham 93 45 484 39 28 .718 33 118 5.4 Meyer ..... 103 39 379 51 38 .745 33 116 4.6 Smith ..... 92 47 511 36 20 .556 90 114 4.6 West ...... 60 22 367 13 7 .538 41 51 5.1 Serbin .... 48 19 396 9 3 .333 33 41 3.4 Abernethy . . 18 7 .389 2 2 1.000 8 16 1.8 Biedenharn . 6 5 .833 2 2 1.000 4 12 2.0 Lampros . . . 14 3 .214 8 4 .500 15 10 0.9 Elsasser . . . 9 3 .333 0 0 .000 1 6 0.6 UC Totals . 1527 697 .456 666 441 .662 1089 1835 70.6 Opponents . 1597 690 .432 550 371 .675 1052 1751 67.3 Ray Dieringer directed the frosh to a line 10-4-1 record, even though he met unexpected pitfalls in his first season as coach of the Bearkittens. A lack of 'book work, cost Dieringer five of his cagers, including star forward Ken Calloway who had averaged better than 18 points in four games. Leading playmaker Jerry Couzins de- parted six games later with a fractured thumb, reducing the bench strength to a single man. In all the confusion, forward Mike Rolf went about rewriting the record book from the days of Oscar Rob- ertson. The high-scoring prep All-American from Muncie, Indiana averaged nearly 30 points for games. He set records in single game scoring, held goals for a single game, and a season mark for total points. Sharing the scoring duties over the latter portion of the sched- ule was Paul Weidner, who came on strong to average 12.2 points an outing. With the hard-fought efforts of four non-scholarship scrappers, Jerry Radtke, Tom Lange, Steve Schweitzer, and Jeff Stienehelfer, the frosh posted a winning record for the season. Record breaker Mike Rolf nres in another 2-pointer The fast-breaking Cojfeyville Ravens charge down court against the Bearkitten defense. BEARKITTENS SCRAP TO VICTORY AS ROLF BREAKS OSCAR'S MARKS SNZIN l FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-Firsr Row: Joe Karpiak. Jeff Stinehelfer. Jerry Cou- zins, Walt Radtke, Palma Chandler. Jon Deifel. Second Raw: Coach Ray Dieringer. Tom Lange, Paul Weidner, Mike Rolf, Ken Calloway. Paul Williams. Jim Nichols. 44" Swv UNIVERSITY CHEERLEADERS With voices booming through red and black megaphones, UC cheerleaders direct student spirit at athletic contests throughout the year. Often devoting hours to strenuous practices, these enthusiastic students can spell the differ- ence between victory and defeat at close games. CHEERLEADERS-First Row.' Daniel Roberts, Judy Heffner, Bob Wiesman, Sec.-Treas. Second Row: Allen Fisgus, Vic Piper, Capt.g J. Edgar Galgoczy. Third Row: Pat Decker, Carol Tipton, Jeanette Skinkle. Feature Twirler Bonnie Heimann concludes her famous "Snake Dance" routine at a home buskezball game. BEARKITTENS Positions in the famed Bearkitten line are sought by many coeds, but only a small percentage of girls survive the try-outs to become members of UC's precision marching unit. In addition to marching at home games, the ,Kittens also traveled to West Point and Indiana. BEARKITTENS-Kneeling: Ann Liles, Co-Capt, Marilyn Parsaliti, Co-Capt. Second Row: Joyce Swain, Linda Waters, Joan Elder, Ann Grible, Judy Lee, Harriet Liles, Holly Shick, Sharon Kovacs, Ann Richardson, Margie Miller, Mary Robinson, Carol Young, Sue Goy- ert, Judy Elder, Diane Wray, Polly Purdy. CHEERLEADERS fAbovej A real live bearcat is star attraction at a pre-game rally. fLeftJ Cheerleaders' faces re- flect the story of overtime loss to Wichita. , OFTEN PROVIDE WINNING MARGIN Leaping high into the air, students climax the C-I-N-C-Y chant The Band adds color and excitement to the annual Homecoming parade. BEARCAT BAND IS FEATURED Half-time ceremonies feature special band numbers. Directed by Robert Hornyak, the Bearcat Band per- formances feature a combination of fine music and intricate marching formations. In addition to playing in the full marching band during the football season, musicians also participate in the lively "pep band" at all home basketball contests. l l AJ IN PARADES AND AT GAMES i UC BEARCAT BAND-Kneeling: Paul Gigley, Drum Major. First Row Marilyn Parasiliti, Co-Capt., Bearkittensg Bonnie Hei- mann, Gene Rheude, Ann Liles, Co-Capt., Bearkittens. Second Row: Polly Purdy, John Montgomery, Harmon Kirkpatrick, Delton Richardson, Robert Goodstein, Rodny Rupp, Phil Radkey, Robert Berry, Nelson Foucht, Richard Messerly, Byron Foucht, Charles Clum. Robert Stevenson, Laura Rabe, Joyce Schwain. Third Row: Jerri Madill, Diane Wray, Linda Gall, Arlene Brill, Barry Gendel- man, Donald Buirley, Norman Sanford, Nancy Huppertz, Gerald Wood, James Robinson, Michael Waring, William Gerros, Martin Hoenig, Oscar Britton, Leonard Cook. Edward Shapiro, Sally Her- zog, Judy Elder. Fourth Row: Linda White, Joan Elder, Kathy Phillips, Leslie Minor, Kay Wendell, Diane Davidson, Buddy Hertz- man, Judy McClellan, Randy Blue, Larry Burton, Robert Schutte, Barry Best, Kenneth Sams, Robert Hampton, Adrian Andree, Carol Hamilton, Rosemary Proctor, Marlene McCoy, Judy Lee, Ann Gribbell. Fifth Row: Carole Young, Mary Robinson, Robert Langsdale, Douglas Bray, Nancy Smith, Michael Deis, William Durkee, James Thompson, Richard Rush, Carl Toland, Richard Rife, Stanley Schmidt, Carolyn Cade. Larry Holtkamp, Harry Archer, Herman Kabakoff, Margaret Sawitzko-Lipski, Harriet Liles. Kathy Onken. Sixth Row: Ann Richardson, Sharon Kovacs, Ruth Schmidt, Pat Robbins, Neal Younker, Judith Sensbach, Peyton Reed, Jennie Wilkin, Peter Tippett, Larry Brown, Fred Heis, Glen Bolinger, Rosemary Gerstner. Ruth Goldfuss. Nadine Brosee, Alan Laney, Sharon Ryan, Holly Shick. Seventh Row: Paul Coble, Alan Manser, Jerry McClellan, Eugene Eberhart. John Cayton, Lex Dove, Bruce Knapp, Denver Bailey, Kenneth Graves, Charles Handle, Sara Fletcher, Larella Lederer, Sheila Thompson. Eighth Row: George Roos, Mgr.g Joyce Appleman, Mgr., Thomas Talmadge, Announcer, Edward Eisert, Drillmasterg Peter Metzger, Ass't. Dir., Robert Hornyak, Director. TAU BETA SIGMA-First R0w.' Linda Gall, Treas.g Rosemary Proctor, Pres., Nancy Hup- pertz, Sec. Second Row: Arlene Brill, Nancy Smith, Judy McClellan. TAU BETA SIGMA KAPPA KAPPA PSI Bandswomen outstanding in musical ability, leadership, and scholarship are honored by membership in Tau Beta Sigma national band sorority. This honor society serves the band by conducting various fund raising projects to buy band equipment and iinance social functions. Chartered in 1928, Kappa Kappa Psi extends member- ship to outstanding bandsmen to promote the existence and Welfare of university bands. Traditional activities for the men of KKP include construction of the Band Sponsor float and selection of the outstanding band freshman. KAPPA KAPPA PSI-First Row: Gary Dean, Adrian Anchee, Peyton Reed, Jr., Treas.g Maurice Bertram, Jr., Pres., Paul Adams, Sec., Robert Langsdale, John L. Montgomery. Second Row: Rodney Rupp, Norman Sanford, James Robinson, Neal Gearhart, Jerry McClellan, James Welty, Robert Stevenson, Glen Bolinger. Third Row: Robert L. Berry, Kenneth G. Sams, Charles Clum, Bill Gcrros, Delton Richardson, Bob Schutte. s 1, Captain Harold Schuck paces the harriers with a 20:45 performance CINCY'S DISTANCEMEN PLACE THIRD IN MVC The cross country team won five of six dual meets and captured a tie for third in the MVC to wind-up their fourth straight successful season. This admirable record, compiled under Dave Dunkelberger in his first year as head coach, was marred only a powerful Miami squad. Harold Schuck, setting the pace with 20:45 for the four- mile Burnett Woods layout, carried the team with able back-up running by Martin Perret and Charles Carr. A1 Ransick and John Wiley rounded out the five man "hill and gully" team. Closing the '63 season, the thinclads finished sixth in the All-Ohio Meet where they faced tough competition headed by Miami and B.G. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-First Row: Martin Perret. Bob Adams, Richard Ackley, Ron Walton, Frank Hux. Second Row: Charles Carr, John Wiley, John Schroeder, Bernard Blank- enship, Al Ransick, Harold Schuck, Coach Dave Dunkelberger. 1963 CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS UC oPPoNENTs 15... ...Berea .... ..... . ....5O 17... ...Hanover... ,,,45 45... ...Miami ........ .. ...16 25... ...BallState ...,... .. ...30 28 ...... . . . Eastern Kentucky .......,.... . 29 21 ............ Kentucky ....,.............. 34 MVC Meet ..............,........ Third Place Tie All-Ohio Meet . . . ..... Sixth Place MATMEN SPLIT ON SEASON SHAUT GOES UNDEFEATED The ref credits a two-point reversal to freshman Dan Woodrujf. Coach Glenn Sample,s pre-season analysis of the wres- tling outlook proved correct as the Bearcats slipped to a 5-5 mark. But not all was bad for the grapplers, as Frank Shaut, John Leane, and Dan Woodruff boasted winning margins against tough opposition. Captain Frank Shaut continued on his victory campaign by recording his second unblemished season with 14 Wins, running his college career to a 55-3 mark. In his final match Frank recaptured the 4-I Wrestling Championship by a decision over Mid-American Champ, Chuck Ronyetz. Equally ef- fective Were John Leane, who posted a 8-3 record in the heavyweight spot, and freshman Dan Woodruff in the 130- pound division. Also adding to the Bearcat strength were double letter winner Jeff Amey, a matman of the 167- pound class, and 157-pound Rick Fuller. Other depend- ables necessary for the matmenas success were Jim Black, Tom Kennedy, and Dave Buvinger. 'Hondo' Leane uses the guillotine method of pinning his foe. 130-pound Jim Carney signals victory after decisioning his foe 5 le John Leane and Frank Slzaut, UC's mighty men, are in 'down position for a practice tussle. 1 -. 'i y , Q .. l 3 .,, L gl t Qc ' 1 , 'tc iqv, ,Chg f- -, y w . - 'Q' 'S ,Q 8 WRESTLING TEAM-First Row: John Wiley, Dave Myer, Gary Statler, Larry Strang, Dan Woodruff, Dave Buvinger, Bob Brown, Jim Carney. Second Row: Russell Uckotter, Bob Krem- er, Bill Ferris, Dick Chemas, Ken Linnerooth, Dick Meckstroth, Jay Zipper, Alonza Crawford. Third Row: Tom Myer. Managerg Frank Shaut. Rick Fuller, John Leane, Jeff Amey, Tom Kennedy, John Dolby, Coach Jim Mahan, Coach Glenn Sample. 1964 WRESTLING RESULTS UC OPPONENTS 5 Miami... 31... ...Hanoveru 3 8 .. KentState... ...24 14... ...Earlham.. ...ll 15 .. Marshall .... . 9 19 West Liberty. .. 11 20 .. Morehead .... 13 10.. ...NotreDame.. ...19 11 .. Indiana Central .. 16 19.. ...Morehead.... .8 MW 1 Gerry Sapadin and Phil Meng score I-2 over IU in a big upset. 3 1:3 'S -Qs 097 'Sql 'T""'P SWIMMING TEAM-First Row: Bill Monnig, Roy Niemes, Ed Beck, Bill Edwards, Jon Hei- mann, Bob Farr. Second Row: Tom Glueck, Bill Faul, Phil Meng, Rudy Boerio, Lance Altenau. Third Row: Gerry Sapadin, Bill Donohoo, Fred Terauds, Cleon Wingard. "ll T Qi MERMEN STUMBLE OVER TOUGH SCHEDULE TAKE SECOND MO-VALLEY WATER CROWN The toughest schedule in the schoolis history proved the undoing of the Bearcats as they faltered to a 4-4 mark. Second ranked Indiana turned the trick twice and fourth rated Michigan and twelfth rated Southern Illinois each issued a single loss. For the iirst time in four years Cincy failed to place in the NCAA Meet. Sweeping first place in the Missouri Valley Conference helped smooth out the UC season, Phil Meng and Gerry Sapadin led in the sprints, and Lance Altenau held down the butteriiy. School marks were set by I on Heimann in the backstroke and Cleon Wingard in the distance free- style. Rudy Boerio, Bill Donohoo, Ed Beck, Bill Edwards and Tom Glueck added depth to the squad. set A . " iff A ng-I 'gi' j.,fU"3., E if as ,Zi - Kr? N p Junior Tom Glueck "psychs-up" for his event. Ed Beck finishes in a fast race 1964 SWIMMING RESULTS UC OPPONENTS 64 . . . .... Air Force Academy ......... . . 31 33 . . . .... Indiana ........... . . . 72 56 .... Miami ........... ...38 41 . . . .... Southern Illinois . . . . . . 53 66 . . . .... Louisville ...... . . . ,21 31 . . . .... Indiana ........ . . . 64 62 ....... .... O hio University . . . .... . . 33 32 ............ Michigan ....... ........ 6 3 MVC Meet ................... . . . First Place EHLEN, ROTTE, AND DREYER LEAD SCHWARBERGVS LINKMEN f v ir' , -' Nil Stikifglliff um, H Q ,.r.,, f lk K f s 6 tg t, ,Sr as gg 43 Pat Cunningham tees-up to begin play. Marty Dumler and Bruce Rotte watch teammate Tom Dreyer tap in a short putt. John Dunham chips his ball onto the green. xxx X. Coach Bill Schwarberg's golf team compiled an impressive 12-2 dual meet mark for the 1963 season. Centre Col- lege and Marshall University were the lone spoilers of an undefeated year for the Cincy stickmen. Paced by a trio of low averagers, John Ehlen, Bruce Rotte and Tom Dreyer, the Bearcats matched their best showing in the MVC by placing third. Senior Jolm Ehlen claimed the No. 1 position for the second year with a 73.9 average, while junior Tom Dreyer was named the Most Efficient Golfer for his efforts in scoring a team-high 33W points. Rounding out the victorious link squad were Carl Schlot- man J r., Marty Dumler and soph golfer John Dunham. ,? P ., 11 , ,... , ff NN 1963 GOLF RESULTS UC OPPONENTS 1216 ... ... Centre ............... .. 1416 17W . . . . . . Eastern Kentucky . . . . . 9h 18 .. ... Villa Madonna ... .. 0 2316 . . . ....... Hanover ....... ....... 3 16 14 ............ Toledo ...... ....... 1 3 Indiana Invitational .......... Seventh Place 15W ............ Dayton . . . ....... 1116 11 .. ... Marshall .. . 16 15h Miami .. . 816 16 .. Xavier.. . 11 23W Dayton .,.... .. . 3h 19W ............ Miami .......... . 716 19W ........,... Eastern Kentucky ....... 716 Ohio Intercollegiate Tournament ...... MVC Tournament ............. Seventh Place . . Third Place 17 ........ Kentucky .. 10 1616 Xavier . 1016 Dave Schlotman slams a powerful drive down fairway. GOLF TEAM--First Row: Rick Schatz, Pat Cunningham, John Dunham, Ron Capak. Second Row: Dick Spatta, Tom Dreyer, Coach Bill Schwarberg, Bruce Rotte, Marty Dumler, Dave Schlotman. Q - 1?f"3,i,-'?f4?' P P aff., I F' 1 15:1 1 T' . tfee A' , 23,5 'VZ' if -as V' Q ' mg,-ef W al s,l:!.- 11'-9 1 X 11 Q- 'D 1 0 W, , 1- fmrm., I YI "wr f Y u 'u yu litmus iv 631115, twmttn., o,,,7gw Qgufng-1, A swift exchange returns a Cincy Lead. Carl Burgess leaps to a second-place in Denison Relays. Roncker heads Olympic-bound Bob Schul T 0 the victor belongs the spoils-and UC garnered its fair share BURGESS AND NELSON HEAD CINDERMEN Sophomore Carl Burgess repeated his freshman perform- ances to lead the Bearcat track team to its tirst unde- feated season since 1943. The cindermen set seven rec- ords and tied another on route to a MVC second place finish. Burgess broke five of the records in gathering a team-high ll9 points as his nearest rival tallied 30W Miler Martin Perret set a record in his event, while team- mate Harold Schuck posted a new mark in the two mile race. Equalling his grid speed, Al Nelson led the dash- men in the 100 and 220-yard sprints, and became the third Bearcat to be clocked at 9.8 for the 100-yard race. 7 5 tuitsitt ' .,,. 5 ,.,,i . V V- 'Q M Q mg g-mm - ,gnu-"""""' S ? '72 -wr U, A, . , .vw ,ffsrif 'W' 0 be ., .af qt Yugwgm. , i.V, ,, , 'M ,p ,..-'H M.. ..,e,,f f , Weightman Ed Bergsmark groans the heavy shot into the air. UC 76 86 .. 97 97 .. 106W 106W ....... MVC Meet . . . 1963 TRACK RESULTS OPPONENTS DePauw 59 Eastern Kentucky 45 Kentucky . . Hanover .... . . . Morehead . . . 59 25 32W . . Louisville . . . .......... 24W Second Place Yi' Speedster A I Nelson crosses the wire ahead of the field in tlze 55-yara' dash. A Bearcat hurdler closes the gap in the 55-yard Iow hurdles if Q Ci - it as .. O BASEBALL TEAM-First Row: Jack Cunningham, Bill Lucy, Gerry Cunningham, Wayne Byrd, Bill Wolff, Bob Buerkle. Second Raw: Ken Haupt, Clyde Smoll, Jerry Storm, Milt Stork, Russ Feth, Harry Rennecker. Coach Glenn Sample. Third Row: Jerry Faul, Mickey Burch, Ron Breeden, Larry Elsasser, Bob Drennan, Roger Tabar, Bob Kerley. 1963 BASEBALL RESULTS UC OPPONENTS 4 3 .. ...Dayton .... .,.... . 3... ...St.Joseph's.... . .. 4 2... ...St.Joseph's.... .. 8 0... ...OhioState.. .. 1 1... ...OhioState.. 5 5 ..... Ohio State .... 12 9.. ...VillaMadonna.... .. 0 13 Eastern Kentucky .. 2 11 .... Southwestern .. 1 6 . . . .... Southwestern .... . . . 4 O.. ...MemphisState.... .. 7 1.. Memphis State .. 4 0 .. Arkansas State .. 2 5 .. .... Murray ..... . 3 6.. ...Indiana... . 3 3 .. .... Indiana ...., 10 ll... ...Villa Madonna... .. 2 7 .. .... Bradley ..... . 5 3.. ...Bradley... .. 8 8.. ...Bradley.., .. 5 4.. ...Dayton... .. 1 5... ..... XaVier.... .. 4 6 .. .... Central State .. 2 12 .. .... CentralState .. 0 9... ...Miami.. .. 2 9.. ...Xavier.. .. 1 C0-captains Larry Elsasser and Bill Lucy and Coach Sample discuss ground rules with umpires and Eastern Kentucky coaches 4' LIGHT HITTING HARDBALLERS FALL TO LOSING SEASON Infielders Wolj' and Cunningham stand ready. Jerry F aul wings a strike past a stunned foe. Burch throws to first as ump signals a third strike. The hardballers posted a dozen victories against 18 dis- appointing losses for the 1963 baseball campaign, thus ending a string of nine winning seasons. A former dia- mondman himself, Coach Glenn Sample felt the record, due to experienced pitching and light hitting, was not really indicative of the team's efforts. Soph third base- man Bill Wolff and senior righthander Larry Harp led the 'Cats to a third place conference finish in their re- spective departments of hitting and pitching. Wolff bare- ly nosed out outlielder Bill Lucy and senior Hep Cronin with a .318 seasonal average for batting honors. Harp, despite a 3-5 won-lost record, topped the Bearcat hurl- ers with a 2.47 earned run average, while Captain Tom Chambers received the most valuable player award for his 3-l won-lost performance. Jerry Faul and Coach Sample TENNIS TEAM-Loren Warburg, Larry Reynolds, Bob Taylor, Don Huber, Tom Jenike, Terry Cusick, Coach Ray Dieringer, Riley Grifiiths, John Habe. Bearcat netters watch teammates finish action. YOUNG NETTERS STUMBLE Coach John Powless concluded his Bearcat tutoring on a dismal note when his white clads, attempting to repeat as MVC champions, recorded a 5-10 won-loss mark. The 'Cats played the entire season without the services of a single letterman. To add to Powlessis worries, the schedule was one of the toughest a UC racket squad has en- countered. Juniors Bob Taylor, Tom Jenike, and Don Huber lead the ten-man unit to a fourth place confer- ence finish. Others who gave depth were Terry Cusick, John Habe, and Loren Waberg. Under new coach, Ray Dieringer, this yearls team should prove tough for Missouri Valley opponents. 1963 TENNIS RESULTS UC OPPONENTS 2... Marshall .... ....... . 0... ...Indiana... ..L9 0... ...Citadel.... ...9 0... ...Rollins...... ...9 6... ...Stetson .... ...3 0... ...FloridaState.... ...9 0... ...GeorgiaTech... ...9 7... ...Dayton .... ...2 0... ...OhioState... ...9 O... ...Purdue.... ...9 7 ............ ...Earlham... .... 5 ............. Marshall... ..... MVC Matches .... .................. . . Fourth Place 1 ............ Miami ............. ....... . .8 0 Southern Illinois .. 9 8... ...Xavier ........ ...1 Shin guards are a necessity in this rough hockey scrimmage. UC coeds may participate in a variety of intramural sports throughout the year by obtaining membership in the Women's Athletic Association. WAA also provides oppor- ' tunities for sports contests with other schools by sponsor- S ing varsity teams in hockey, basketball, and baseball. Tr' -ca' C7 EZ' Y W f' WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-First Row: Trish Turner, Rosalee Cook, Sally Mayer, Rec. Sec.g Barbara Stewart, Kathy Murphy, Second Row: Barb Frazier, Kathy Goertemiller, Carole Mayer, Pat Ryan, Dean Newberry, Cindy Wolff, Norma Scott, 4 ORGANIZATIONS INDEX Acacia-242,243 Alpha Alpha Pi--172 Alpha Chi Omega-229 Alpha Chi 'Sigma-199 Alpha Delta Pi-230 Alpha Epsilon Pi-267 Alpha Gamma Delta-231 Alpha Kappa Alpha-241 Alpha Kappa Psi-207 Alpha Lambda Delta-170 Alpha Phi Alpha-258 Alpha Sigma Phi-244,245 Alpha Tau Omega-246,247 American Institute of Architects-198 American Institute Astronautics and Aeronautics-200 American Institute of Chemical Engineers-201 American Institute of Designers-197 American Pharmaceutical Association-201 American Society of Civil Engineers-203 American Society of Mechanical Engineers-204 American Society of Metals-202 Arete-209 Arnold Air Society-291 Arts and Sciences Tribunal-147 Association of Women Students-146 Band-328 Baptist Student Fellowship-193 Baptist Student Union-193 Basketball Team-321 Baseball Team-340 BearKittens-324 Beta Alpha Psi-27 Beta Gamma Sigma--173 Beta Theta Pi--248,249 Board of Budgets-145 Board of Publications-144 Business Administration Tribunal-147 Caducea-212 Cabinet of Presidents--138 Cheerleaders-3 24 Chi Epsilon-172 Chi Omega-232 Christian Science Organization-194 Cincinnatian-158 Cincinnatus-180 Coep Club-21 Co-op Engineer-163 Cross Country Team-331 Dabney-French-282 Debaters-183 Delta Delta Delta-233 Delta Omicron-179 Delta Sigma Pi-208 Delta Tau Delta-250,251 Delta Zeta-234 Design, Architecture, and Art Tribunal-148 Education Tribunal-149 Engineering Tribunal-150 English Club-210 Eta Kappa Nu-175 Freshmen Basketball Team-322 Freshman Football Team-311 Glee Club-185 Golf Team-3 72 Good Government Group-188 Guidon-170 Hillel-194 Homecoming Committtee-184 Home Economics Club-214 Home Economics Tribunal-151 House Presidents Council-216 Huber Hall-284 Institute of Electrical and Electronical Engineers-205 Intercollegiate Debaters-183 Inter-Fraternity Council-215 Inter-Fraternity Pledge Council-217 International Club-190 Jefferson Hall-283 Junior Advisors-181 Junior Class Oflicers-142 Junior Panhellenic Council-217 Kappa Alpha Psi-278 Kappa Alpha Theta-235 Kappa Delta-236 Kappa Epsilon-213 Kappa Kapa Gamma-237 Kappa Kappa Psi-330 Kappa Psi-330 Kindergarten Primary Club-211 Lambda Chi Alpha-252,253 Logan Hall Association-287 Ludlow Residence Hall-284 Lutheran Foundation--197 Memorial Residence Hall-286 Men's Advisory Council-182 Metro-166 Minutemen-291 Mortar Board-165 Mummers Guild-189 Mu Phi Epsilon-174 Newman Club-195 News Record-160 Nursing and Health Tribunal Omicron Delta Kappa-164 Orientation Board-144 Panhellic Council-216 Pershing Rifles-289 Pharmacy Tribunal-152 Phi Beta Kappa-167 Phi Delta Theta-254,255 Phi Eta Sigma--175 Phi Kappa Tau-25 6,257 Phi Kappa Theta-258,259 Phi Mu Alpha-178 Pi Chi Epsilon-176 Pi Delta Epsilon-174 Pi Kappa Alpha-260,261 Pi Lambda Phi-262,263 Pi Tau Sigma-176 Porpoise-212 Probasco Hall-285 Profile-162 Religious Emphasis Program-192 Scabbard and Blade-288 Scarab-209 Secondary Elementary Club-211 Senior Advisory Council-140 Senior Class Officers-141 Sigma Alpha Epsilon-264,265 Sigma Alpha Mu-266 Sigma Chi-268,269 Sigma Delta Tau-238 Sigma Nu-270,271 Sigma Iota Epsilon-206 Sigma Phi Epsilon-272,273 Sigma Sigma-168 Social Board-143 Society for The Advancement of Management-214 Sophomore Class Oiiicers-143 Sophos-171 Spirit Club-163 Student Court-139 Student Council-136 Student Directory-159 Student Nurses Organization-212 Student Religious Council-192 Student Senate-178 Swimming Team-3 34 Tau Beta Pi-17 7 Tau Beta Sigma-330 Tennis Team-3 3 6 Theta Chi-274,275 Theta Phi Alpha-239 Track-339 Triangle-276,277 Trianon-188 Union Board-153 University College Tribunal-152 Varsity Football Team-310 Wesley Foundation-196 Women's Athletic Association-343 Wrestling Team-332 Young Men's Christian Association Cabinet-190 Young Men's Christian Freshman Cabinet-191 Young Women's Christian Association-190 Zeta Tau Alpha-240 Alcorn, Mrs.-249 Allinsimth, Wesley-132 Ash, Dave-310 Aumend, Clark-106 Beevers, Ernest-193 Bendgen, Gladys-254 Bestow, Reverend-193 Bierbaum, Margaret-236 Bloemer, J oyce-97 Brady, Priscilla-243 Brewer, Floyd-153 Brosseit, Stuart-101 Bursiek, Ralph-93,95 Carlson, Gustav-106 Carson, Arch-98 Clark, David-144 Conlan, Carolyn-240 Connelly, Grace-239 Curry, Herbert-171,188 Davis, Vivian-229 DeCamp, J ohn-97 Delaney, Bob-310 Dieringer, Ray-323 Doty, Beulah-277 Dunkelberger, Dave-311,331 Fleming, Kathryn-266 Foley, Nettie-259 Forsythe, Margaret-91,100,145 , 15 3 Funk, Colonel Myron-288 Garretson, Robert-15 3,186 Good, Carter--1 17 Gore, George-206 Greene, Hoke--94 Grulee, Clifford-128 Hare, Flo-27 1 Hess, Barry-310,311 Hoefer, Robert-98 Herweh, Albert-106 Hornyak, Robert-328 Husman, Bertha-245 Hyde, J ames-25 1 Joyner, Don-101 J enike, William-95 Johnson, Lillian-99 ,13 8 Keiser, Edward-101,143 Kelly, Jim-310,311 Kiley, Charles--145 Kowalewski, J oseph-1 23 Krueger, Hilmar-124 Langsam, Walter-91,92,93 LeB aron, Ruth-92 Lewis, Gene-164,180 Li, Ting Yi-133 MacMillan, Bruce-129 MacPherson, Dick-310 Manney, Agnes-21 1 Mathews, Ruth-261 May, Loraine-265 McCarthy, Father-195 Merriman, Gaylord-106,108 Mileham, Charles-95 Moore, Mary-180 Mosbacker, Wanda-176 Moser, Dorothy--100,143,216, 2 1 7 Murray, Ralph-103 Neel, Louise-2 3 7 Nehlen, Don--3 10 Nester, William-101,145,153 Neuller, Frank-125 Osborne, William-15 3 Osinske, Marilou-100,181 Pabst, O. F.-207 ADMINISTRATION Parer, Garland-98 Pohl, Blanche-230 Purdy, Frank-94 Reimer, Gertrud--235 Rice, Douglas-310,311 Rice, Harold-1 14 Roof, Mrs.-256 Rose, Helen-99 Rosnagle, Laura-1 19 Saenger, Eugene-130 Sagmaster, J oseph-97 St. John, Clement-94 Sample, Glenn-3 3 3 Savely, William-96 Sawyer, Rose-251 Schroeder, Audrey-247 Scully, J ames-1 01 Seymour, Reverend-197 Sherman, Mrs.-263 Small, J ed-96 Smith, Mrs.-234 Silverman, Faye-238 Stephenson, Reverend-196 Stewart, Marjorie-100 Studley, Charles-3 10 Vogel, William-145 ,164 Walton, Henrietta-233 Wandmacher, Cornelius-121 Watson, J ack-1 12 Weichert, Charles-108 Weichert, Lieutenant Colonel- 290 Wessel, Mrs.-1 5 3 Wessel, Helen-106 Whiteford, Emma-1 16 Wilson, Kenneth-1 10 Wright, Alan-96 Ariss, James-195 STUDENT INDEX Abbot, Susan-186,188 Abel, Carole-40 Abel, Joan-40,212 Abel, Pat-217,230 Abell, Eric-40 Abernathy, Bill-40, 168 Abrat, Nancy-40 Abston, Jim-40 Abrams, Helen-188 Ackenhausen, Alan-257 Xckerman, Simon-40 Ackley, Richard-331 Adacki, Michael-190 Adams, Arthur-152 Adams, Dick-272 Adams, Jim-185,186 Adams, Nancy-231 Adams, Nancy Jo-181, 190,216 Adams, Norman-40, 277 Adams, Robert-275, 331 Adams, Terry-268,269 Adkins, Ronald-40 Adler, Susan-40 Arganbright, David- 41,250,255 Agostini, Philip-40,274 Ain, Barbara-40 Ainsworth, Joan-40 Air, Gordon-40,185, 186,271 Akins, Tom-178 Albaugh, Linda-232 Albrecht, Bob-268,269 Albrinck, Joyce-188 Alexander, Carol-40, 178 Alexander, James-40 Alexander, Ken-275 Alexander, Ron-142, 254 Alexander, Zandra-174 Alfed, Jim-186 Alinikoff, Arthur-266 Allan, Ron-182, 188, 275 Allen, Darryl-279,310 Allen, Frank-257 Allen, Ken-276 Allen, Normae-40 Block Paul-25 8 Allen Allen Ron-215 William-178 Appel, Marilyn-40 Archer, Harry-328 Ardelean, Danny-282 Arend, Suzanne-180, 184,232,291 Arenda, Allan-208 Arenstein, Gerry-267 Argabright, Dave-171, 180 Armbrust, Mar gie-23 9 Armbruster, Karen-23 6 Arndt, Dave-41,201 Arnem, Van-269 Arnett, Barry-249 Arnett, Frank-41,260 Arnold, Fred-25 6 Arnold, Mike-261 Arnold, Tom-249 Arstingstall, Joyce-41 Arthur, M ary Ann-41, 229 Artz, Jerry-175,205, 272,273 Ash, Ida Louise-174, 185,18 6 Ashead, Fred-41,199, 243 Ashworth, Paul-41 Aubke, Paul-41 Au Franc, Gary-28 2 Auzghenbaugh, Anne- 40 Aukerman, Don-41, 207 Ault, Julie-41,232 Austin, Bill-253 Averbeck, Frank-41 Avery, Donna-41,147, 236 Aylward, Thomas-41, 208 Baas, Charlene-230 Becker, Connie-42,21 1, 216,234 Becker, Ed-212 Bachman, Jay-311 Backscheider, Frank- 41 B adertscher, Betty-23 5 B aesel, Robert-186 Bagley, Albert-25 3 B ahl, Martha-23 2 Bahr, Wayne-277 Alley, Paul-40 Alloy, Pat-181,188,214 Allred, Tim-255 Altenau, Lenae-334 Amend, Ron-207 Amey, Jeff-333 Anchee, Adrian-348 Anderson, Art-249 Anderson, Barbara-40 Anderson, Camile-214 Anderson, Jane-197 Anderson, I ean-229 Anderson John-40 Bodley, James-43 164,162i,1s2,215,231 Bailey, Bill-279,310 Bailey, Denver-328 Bailis, Joan-181,238 Baker, Barb-197,233 Baker, Carolyn-232 Baker, George-196 Baker, Jim-150,186 Baker, Kirby-217,268, 269 Baker, Leslie-151,236 Baker, Minna Carol-194 Baker, Richard-41,273 Bakos, Josef-41 Balaban, Andy-266 Anderson, Lloyd-192, 197,272,273 Anderson, Lora-40 Anderson, Mary-40 Andree, Adrian-328 Andrews, Barbara-233 Andrews, Dave-273 Anesnansley, Nick-291 Anestacio, Tom-186 Angeline, Gary-276 Angert, Alice C.-40 Anderson, J odie-229 Ankermiller, Henry- 40,214 Ansman, Donald-40, 276 Amos, Richard-186 Ammon, Russel-261 Apfelbaum, Lynne-286 Aphelbaum, Murray- 185,186 Appleman, Don-40 Appleman, Joyce-40, 328 B alay, Cheryl-23 3 B allard, Terry-310 B alliett, Mary-41 Balyo, Brenda-41 Bame, Lawerence-41 Bandenburg, Thomas- 41 B andovskis, John-41 B ankowskis, J ohn- 1 77,200 B anks, J anet-241 B aratz, Michael-263 B arber, B ill-2 1 7 ,245 Barber, Lynn-180, 182, 272,273 Barchers, Vicki- 1 74 Barker, Frank-41 B arker, Tim-180,260, 261 B arklow, David-201 Baron, Mich ael-41 Baron, Steve-267 B arrett, Dennis-310 Barron, Rosemary-23 9 Barrow, Beth-185,186 Barrowman, Jim-244 Barry, Bob-271 Barry, William-271 Barsan, Rick-196,250 Barth, Diane-188 Barth, Donald-41,247 Barth, Penny-195 Bartlett, Judy-180,216, 23 6 Bartol, Luis-41 B astide, Robert-41 B aston, Judy-284 B astow, Darrel-193 B ateman, Peggy-240 B atterson, I anet-229 Batterson, Ron-41,209 B atton, Morgan-265 Bauer, Lou-2 65 Bauer, Sally-23 3 Bauman, Lee-282 Baumann, Edward-41 Bavely, Hanlan-13 9 Baxter, Doug-269 Baxter, Richard-209 B ay, Fredrick-41 Bayer, Earl-41 B aylin, Stephen-282 Beam, Lydia-23 7 Beamer, Nancy- 1 44, 1 5 8, 1 65 , 174 Bearlinger, Nancy-41 Beattie, Gordon-25 7 Beatty, Karen-240 Beaver, Beverly-23 3 Beavers, Ernest- 1 93 Becher, J ay-263 Becher, Jerome-42, 176, 177,204 Bechert, Tom-260 Beck, Edward-42, 3 3 4 Beck, Raymond-28 8 Becker, Jim-260 Becker, Jon-42 Beebe, Dan 171,182, 250 Behrens, Robert-248 Behrns, Marti-239 Beierle, Walter-42 Belcher, Ann-23 1 Belcher, Ralph-256 Bell, James-42 Bell, Kathy-237 Bell, Nancy-233 Bellar, Bobbie-237 Belo, John-257 Bemis, George-42 Benbow, Robert-277 Bench, Douglas-255 Bender, Randall-208 Benedict, Ron-42,247 Bennett, Donald-42, 175,177,205,244,245 Benson, Carl-42,279 Benter, Rose-208 Benzing, Raymond-42 Berger, Raymond-42, 197 Bergfeld, J erome-276 Berkowitz, Paula-23 8 Berkwits, Roberta-23 8 Bess, Richard-42 Besse, Edward-201,231 Best, B arry-25 9 Betz, Bob-42,177,201, 265 Betz, Judy-217,229 Bevington, J ack-42, 204,244 Beyer, Constance-42 Bianco, Dave-258 Bick, Charles-206 Biddle, Robert-288,289 Bieler, June-188 Bigelow, Diana-239 Billing, Caroline-42 Billman, Esther-239 Billups, Barbara-241 Binder, Tom-171,175, 180,182,201 Binkley, Jack-269 Binstadt, Barbara-240 Binzer, Thomas-42 Birkinbine, Rodney-204 B irkmeyer, Judy-210 Bischof, Pat-231 Bischoff, Judy-42,209 Bishop, Jack-291 Bishop, Sue-235 Bittmann, Judy-42 Bittsolf, George-215, 255 Biven, Peggy-42,230 Bizzarri, Bonnie-42,235 Bizzarri, Mary Io-235 Black, James-42,289 Blackeney, Lew-150 Blackman, Larry-42 Blackwood, James-42 Bladowski, John-42 Blake, Susan-232 Blakeney, Pete-188, 190,215,265 Blaker, Tom-197 Blankenbuehler, Ronald H.-43,185,186 Blankenship, Bernard- 331 Bleecher, Paul-277 Bleiker, Hans-209 Blersch, Jan-43,233 Blessing, Bob-264 Blistan, Bill-275 Block, Carole-163,239 Block 203 Blood, Blout, 1 s Robert-43, 172, Dick-43,276 Janet K.-43 Blue, Randy-3 28 Blumenthal, Laura-43 Boaz, Durand-243 Bock, Jody-235 Bockenstette, Bill-25 8 Bockhorst, D ick-282 Bockstiegel, Jo Ann-181 Bodenheimer, Nancy- 43 Berman, Brian-266 Berman, Carol-42 Berman, Donald-263 Berman, Harris-263 Bernard, Alice-229 Bernard, Terry-42 Bernath Bernstei 23 8 Bernstei Ed-25 9 h, Barbara-217, n, Lloyd-42, 153,166,l68,180,182, Boehm, John-43, 177, 201 Boelter, Billie-237 Boerio, Rudy-212,334 Bogart, Raymond-43 Bostow, Darrel-185,186 Boswell, Suzy-286 Bott, Alexis-239 Boulmetis, Samuel-244 Boulton, Jack-163,171, 184,253,252 Bowler, Mike-196,250 Bowman, Elizabeth-43 Bowman, J ohn-43 Bowman, Mike-201, 265 Bowman, Ted-265 Bowser, Steve-268 Boyd, Anne-43,149 Boyd, David-43 Bozeman, Martin-275 Brackett, Jenny-43 Braddock, Robert-215, 278 Bradley, Marilyn-43 Brady, Dorthy-181,217 240 Brady, Pat-217,235 Brady, Penny-239 Branch, Steve-252 Brandenburgh, Bill-193 Brgnnock, Thomas-43, 68 Brantley, Wanda-43 Braunass, Joyce-43 Bray, Douglas-328 Breeden, Ronald-43 Brehm, James-43 Breitenbach, Robert-43 Brenan, Larry-43,25 3 Brenan, Richard-111, 252,333 Brenizer, Michael-43 Breslin, Larry-259 Breslow, Joseph-267 Brethaver, Gene-43, 276 Brewer, Ann-235 Brey, Peter-194 Brian, Bruce-43 Bricker, Jelf-282,291 Bridges, Ron-186 Brill, Arlene-231,328, 332 Brilmayer, James-43 Brissie, Bev.-43, 181 Britton, Charles-44 Britton, Oscar-3 28 Brockman, Gary-288 Brgckmeyer, Jerry-44, 5 5 Brod, Evelyn-44 Brodie, Renton-93 Broerman, David-291 Brombaugh, Charles- 205 Brook, Bryan-44 Brooke, Mike-217,265 Brookhart, Nick-44 Brooks, Constance-44 Brooks, Herman-278 Brooks, Terry-207 Brookshire, Sherry-240 Brosch, Pat-211 Brosee, Nadine-328 Brotman, David-262 206,215 Berretz, Ursula-42 Berry, David-208 Berry, Robert-3 28, 348 Bertoglio, Carol-23 3 Bertolet, Edwin- 1 5 8 Bertram, Maurice-42, 28 9,348 Bertsche, Bill-261 Besch, Nick-249 Bohatka, Ken-275 Bohn, Charlene-43 Boiman, Ted-43 Bolan, Kathy-239 Bolinger, Glen-328, 348 Bolton, George-282 Bonen, Carol-284 Bongiorno, Linda-170, 229,180 Bookman, Donald-266 Bookout, Tim-274 Boothe, George-272 Borchers, Vicki-239 Bork, Dan-163 Bosch, Gwendolyn-43 Bossart, Tom-253 Boston, Barb-43,186, 196 Brounley, David-44 Brouse, Beverly-44,232 Brown, Allan-250 Brown, Bill-310 Brown, Bob-282,333 Brown, Carole-44 Brown, Donna-186 Brown, Glen-276 Brown, Jack-152,249 Brown, Larry-328 Brown, Nancy-44 Brown, R.-202 Browne, Dale-273 Browning, Karen- 1 86 Broy, Peter-192,243 Brucher, J ane-235 Bruder, Ronald-44 Bruinger, Doug-265 Brumleve, Nancy-23 9 Brumm, Lew-212,265 Bruns, Ronald-44,25 9 To the students and faculty: The LASER fLight Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiationi is one of the major scientific break-throughs of the 6O's. Bendix is proud to have been active in LASER technology. Herein Cincinnati we recently introduced the model shown above. lt is a He -Ne Gas LASER designed for classroom experiments. Bendix is also proud of the men and women who create these scientific instruments. They are people who must have excellent educational backgrounds. Many of our engineers and technicians developed their talents at Cincinnati high schools and universities. We are grateful to the local schools for continuously maintaining this high standard of excellency. Best Wishes for the coming years! Cincinnati Division STUDENT INDEX Bruruer, Frank-259 Bryant, Nancy-44 Bryant, Ken-311 Bryden, Elane-232 Bucciere, Russ-255 Buck, Jim-184,252 Buck, Suzanne-291 Buckley, Robert-44 Buckley, Sarah-44,285 Bufkman, Gayle-186, 95 Budd, Marvin-267 Budd, Stanley-44 Buerger, Bob-272 Buescher, James-44 Bufe, Rena-236 Buirley, Donald-275, 328 Bulach. Cletus-44 Bulcroft, John-44 Bullock, Ann-231 Burch, Michael-44 Burchard, Cindy-230 Burg, Barbara-236 Burge, Mary-44 Burger, George-186 Burgess, Carl-278 Burke, Peter-277 Burke, Richard-44 Burkey, Arlene-44, 284 Burkhardt, Richard-44 Burkitt, Jancie-232 Burnett, Joe-l38,145, 180,188 Burns, David-276 Burns, James-44 Burns, Marilyn-44, 233,251 Burns, Taffy-217,232 Burrell, Don-275 Burrichter, Minna-44 Burris, Frank-163,276 Burt, Lowell-44 Burton, Larry-44,328 Butler, Fred-291,273 Busch, Charles-44,243 Busener, Carol-44,197 Bush, Helen-186 Bush, Yvonne-45 Busser, Bill-245 Butnett, Joe-261 Butsch, Dick-258 Butt, Larry-255 Butt, Paul-45 Butz, Bernard-45 Butz, Judy-217,230 Butz, Karen-146,170, 180,216.217,235 Buvinger, Dave-333 Byers, Ierrilyn-45,184, 218.240 Byrd. Helen-45, 146,211 Byrd, Ronald-45 Cable, William-209 Cackowski, Jim-45 Cade, Carolyn-287,328 Caekins, Linda-152 Cahoon, Lawrence-257 Calder, Mary-45 Caldwell, Carole-45 Caldwell, Harold-45 Calkins, Linda-45 Call, Rose-239 Callahan, Tom-310 Callan, Sannie-45,233 Callard, Dan-210 Calloway, Ken-323 Calvin, Lynne-45,235 Calvin, Richard-45,212, 265 Cameron, Mike-31 1 Camilli, Thomas-270 Cammerer, Rudy-245 Campbell, Harvey-45 Campbell, Marilyn-230 Campbell, Ray-45,269 Campbell, Richard-282 Campbell, Sally-239 Canedy, Georgia-45 Capriotti, Larry-45, 177,200 Carey, Diane-45,188 Carmichael, Dan-152, 182,252 Carmon, Martha-45 Carlson, David-197 Carney, Carol-45 Carney, Jim-333 Carpenter, Dave-265 Carr, Charles-279,331 Carr, Jack-45 Carr. Steve-249 Carroll, Michelle-231 Carroll, Sheila-45 Carter, Karen-195 Carter, Philip-247 Caskey, William-271 Caskowski, Jim-310 Cassidy, Clarence-45, 207 Castelluccio, Ray-45, 269 Caston, Fred-269 Cauley, Darrell-168,310 Caunite, Baiba-45 Cazavan, Larry-25 6 Cayton, J ohn-328 Celch, Tom-311 Cervinger, John-205 Chailler, Donald-45 Chalker, Charlotte-284 Chambers, Albert-45 Chambers, Kay-231 Chambers, Martha-45 Champion, Vernon-279 Chandler, Palma-323 Chaney, Pat-186 Chapman, Robert-46 Charill, Donald-207 Chase, Barbara-284 Chasky, Ferne-238 Chatfield, Sally-151,181 Cheeseman, Bob-273 Chemas, Dick-311,333 Cheney, Pat-201 Cheng, Hak-46 Chenoweth, Jim-253 Chidlaw, Alice-188 Childress, Dick-46 Childs, Dennis-185,186 Chirco, Carol-236 Chisholm, Terry-255 Cho, Beverly-190 Cho, Sung-190 Choi, Kwang-190 Chowning, David-270, 271 Chrzan, Terry-282 Chuck, Jerry-272 Chudnof, Mel-267 Chupp, Georgiann- 159,17O,190,229,287 Church, Art-166,180, 182,249 Church, Dan-198,209, 265 Cincotta, Tony-25 3 Clark, Amy-46 Clark, Bonnie Clark, Carolyn-46,231 Clark, Darrell-46, 175,177,205 Clark, Gordon-282 Clark, J erry-208 Clark, Leroy-46 Clarke, Charles-46 Clarkson, Jim-186 Clawson, Sylvia-46 Clay, Carolyn-46 Claybon, Stanley-266 Clayman, Allan-46,266 Clear, Carol-239 Cleary, Jeanette-46 Cleary, Paul-46 Cleeter, Denis-191 Clevenger, J ohn-46, 175,177 Clevenger, William-273 Closterman, Donna-46 Clough, Sandy-149 Clum, Charles-199,328, 348 Clyde, Barry-46 Cobb, Jay-46 Cobb, Tyson-46 Cobern, Gerri-231 Coble, Paul-328 Coburn, Lee-46,276 Coburn, Pat-284 Cochran, Sonya-212 Cocks, Susan-158,283 Cofer, Kent-25 5 Colfee, Mary-286 Cohen, Alice-46 Cohen, Jeffrey-46 Cohn, John-267 Cohen, Milton-46,201 Cohen, Nancy-238,286 Cohen, Richard-46 Cohen, Robert-46 Cohen, Susan-284 Colburn, Margaret-46 Cole, Patty-217,235 Coletti, Norm-46,204 Collier, George-46,200 Collins, Judy-186 Collova, Chuck-259, 311 Combs, Philip-198 Comerford, Tim-25 9 Conboy, Frank-46 Conley, Jeannine-46, 179 Conley, Virginia-46 Conly, Michael-251 Conn, Bonnie-186 Conn, Carolyn-235 Connelly, Pat-235 Connors, Erv-191,265 Contaxes, Maria-46 Conway, Sandra-47 Cook, Eugene-252 Cook, Leonard-328 Cook, Rise-235 Cook, Rosalee-181, 209,231,286,343 Cook, Terry-272 Cooley, John-275 Cope, Ronald-47 Cooper, Ira-262 Cooper, James-277 Coplan, Nancy-47,238 Coppola, Ted-310 Corbin, Nick-277 Cordes, Cindy-233 Coriell, Ed-265 Cormeny, Terry-243 Cornelius, Richard-256 Coshun, Marilyn-232 Cosler, Ron-264 Coster, Karen-236 Cotteral, Mary-47,239 Cottier, Dwight-249 Cotton, Irvin-47 Cotton, Tim-201 Couch, Peggy-47 Coughlin, James-249 Couner, Carol-285 Courtney, John-279 Couzins, James-47 Couzins, Jerry-323 Covert, James-47 Cowgill, Bill-254 Cox, Carole-47,231 Cox, Daniel-47,245 Cox, Linda-229 Covode, Bob-31 1 Coy, John-277 Crabb, Gary-275 Craig, Don-288 Craneford, Carolyn-285 Crawford, Alonza-333 Crawford, Bill-203 Crawford, Janet-47 Crawford, Marshall-47 Crawford, William-47 Crews, Jim-268 Cromwell, Arthur-279 Cromwell, Martha-196 Cromwell, Terry-47 Crone, Richard-164, 166,168,215 Crow, Robert-47 Crowe, Mike-47,l92, 195 Crum, Sharon-188 Crummey, Susan-47 Crummie, Judy-47 Cruse, Walter-47 Cunix, Betsy-47 Crunix, Lenore-284 Cutlrgningham, Gerald- Cunningham, Jack-47 Cunningham, Ken-3 21 Curl, Dean-47 Curless, Larry-47 Currin, Edward-47,214 Curry, James-47,310 Curtis, Mary-47 Curtsinger, Martha- 1 92, 23 0 Curtsinger, Robert-47 Cusick, Terry-275 Cutler, Carol-48,194 Cutshall, John-48, 207 Dahmann, Judy-48 Dale, Mark-249 D'alessandro, Robert- 259 Dalness, William-48,247 Damonte, Dan-311 D'Andrea, Marlene-195 Danbury, Carole-48 Daniel, Alice-174 Daniel, Pam-174 Danner, Dave-257 Danner, Linda-196 Dagenkamp, Elizabeth- 32 Daugherty, Ruth-233 Davids, Susan-152,181, 201 ,213,229,286 Davidson, Bob-48,208 Davidson, Diane-328 Davies, Art-182,251 Davis, Allen-48 Davis, David-266 Davis, Elaine-236 Davis, Gayle-240 Davis, Joe-48,310 Davis, Richard-171, 266 Davis, Tom-25 3 Day, David-272 Dawson, Paul-182,252 Deal, J. R.-277 Deam, James-48,177, 199 Dean, Gary-178 Dean, Marietta-174 Dearing, Leroy-277 Deaton, Garland-208 DeBord, Judy-237 DeBord, David-48 DeBra, Nancy-231 DeCamp, Johanna-216, 229 Deckebach, George-251 Deckel, Diane-48 Decker, Pat-48,214, 272,326 Deddens, James-265 Deed, Charles-201 Deffenbaugh, Richard- 48 DeFossett, Dede-235 Deifel, Jon-323 Deis, Michael-328 Denton, Dianne-232 De L'horbe, Karen-48 Deller, Thomas-48,258 DeLong, Richard-277 Demarchi, Charlotte- 237,284 DeMarse, Bill-249 DeMase, Mike-275 Dengles, Jerry-48 Denny, G.-204,205 Denning, Art-250 Dennison, Andrew-48 Dennison, Mike-48, 140,178 Dent, Edward-279 DeNyse, Dee-232 DeRosa, Charles-310 Deschler, Phil-257 Desserich, Russ-212 Dewey, Thomas-249 DeVan, Michael-25 5 DeVaud, Judy-284 Deucker, Mary Lou- 146,235 Devanney, Mike-201, 265 Devanney, Thomas- 175,205,256,289 Dever, Mike-180,260 Deye, John-48,150, 203,277 Deyhle, Devon-48,243 Dickenson, Rhodie-254 Dickey, Lee-201,257 Dickgnson, William-48, 17 Dicola, Marcia-178 Dierkers, J oseph-288 Diers, Judy-240 Diersing, Mary Lou- 48,144,160 Dietrich, Cycil-277 Dietrich, Fred-208 Dietrich, Jane-181,240 Dietz, Joan-235 Dilley, Gary-48 Dilling, Marcine-291 Dilkey, John-171 Dinkel, Bonnie-235 Dinnie, Terry-254 Diser, David-48 Distler, Jack-269 Dittrich, Cristel-48 Docter, William-208 Dcgench, Lockwood-48, 49 Doepke, Linda-48,234 Doerflein, Robert-48, 205 Dolan, Gerald-48 Dolan, Pat-158,283 Dolby, John-148,333 Dolte, Karen-209 Dombi, Charlene-236 Domer, Joy-48, 186 Domet, Jack-152 Donaldson, Susan-231 Donohoo, Bill-164, 168,212,265,334 Donohoo, Joan-163 Donohue, Denny-268, 269 Dopp, Mary-179 Doran, Norbert-49 Dornheggen, Mary- 188,216,239 Doty, Bev-240 Doty, Roger-264,265 Douglas, Robert-311 Douglass, George-248 Dove, Lex-328 Doyle, Mike-138,148, 198,209,253,259 Dragoo, Diane-201, 213,234 Drake, Barbara-232, 284 Draper, David-178 Dray, Maryetta-236 Drayson, Richard-265 Dreidame, Elaine-49, 209 Dreyer, Bill-271 Driscoll, Dick-163 Driscoll, Tom-49,138, 145,163 Droesch, Judy-235 Druffel, Betsy-49 Dubow, Allen-49 Duccianni, Tony-253 Duchek, William-49, 198,209 Duebber, William-49, 247 Duescher, Bev-231 Duffy, Michael-275 Dunbar, 'Diana-49 Duncan, Joseph-191, 265 Duncanson, Vic 311 -255, Dunham, Carol-49 Dunham, Linda-152, 201,213,216,236 Dunigan. Donna-49 Duning. Bill-251 Dunkerley, Jan-275 Dunkle. Paul-49 Dunn, Bill-249 Dunn, Gordon-49.199 Lynn-237 Dunning, Dunphy, Mike-201 Durham, Dave-217,251 Durham, Donna-240 Durham, Rick-272 Duritsch, John-49 Durkee, Bill-328 Duytschaeuer, Jeff-254 Dwelly, Terry-49 Dye. Griflith-252 Dyer, Bonny-163 Dykes, Bob-268.269 Earley, Dan-182.251 Earley, Jane-93 Easton. Carol-49 Ebel, Barbara-231 Ebel, Pat-49,15 1,216, 235 Eberhart, Eugene-3 28 Echelbarger, Gary-282 Echols, Charline-193, 283 Eck. Dottie-194 Eckus, Mike-266 Edelstein, Donald-194 Eder, Bob-251 Edmonson. Steve-272 Edwards, Thomas-49 Edwards, William-49, 207,212,269,291,334 Egbert, Ann-201,213 Egbert, Judith-49 Eggers, Jean-209 Eha. Carolyn-49 Ehinger, Ann-49,212 Ehrensberger. Michael- 248 Ehrmin, John-49.251 Eichhorn, Tom-49 Eigenberger. Rod-49 Eisert, Edward-328 Ekberg, Nils-217,275 Eckelberry, Jim-276 Elam, Barbara-229 Elam, Bond-249 Elbert, Jane-170,181, 236 Elder, Joan-328 Elder, Judy-328 Elder, Pat-49 Eller, William-49 Elliott, Linda-229 Elliott, Carl-49 Ellis, Chuck-249 Ellis, Judy-234 Ellis, Martha-196 Ellison, Pete-2l5,268, 269 Ellis, Richard-247 Ellsworth, Charles-49 Elmore, Don-49,272 Elo, Tom-147 Elsasser, Lawrence-49 Emark, Lawrence-49 Emerson, James-50 Emmerich, Robert-291 Emmert, Robert-199 Enderle, Gertrude-50 Engel, John-50 Engle, Robert-50,178, 200 Englehart, Robert-152, 268,269 Ennis, Ginny-239 Enoch, Tom-50, 140, 182,215,243 Eppich, Carl-50 Epstein, Robert-50 Erath, C.-276 Erdeljohn, Sandy-188, 23 9 Erickson, Kathy-5 0 Ernst, Florence-284 Ertel, Judy-50,192,230 Ertel, Th omas-25 8 Ervine, Donald-25 1 Essex, Dana-237 Esberger, Bub-252 Etzel, Tom-31 1 Evans, Elizabeth-50 Evans. Janet-186 Eveler, Bernie-249 Everett, Richard-250 Ewing, David-272,273, 291 Eyler, Tuck-249 Fabbro, Larry-50 Fadden, James-50 Faessler, Edwin-258 Fahringer, Frank-50, 178 Fairclough. Thomas-194 Fales, Donald-50 Fallon, Barbara-235 Falone, Barbara-236 Fancher. David-50 Faris. Judy-186.188 Farkas, Joseph-150, 200 Farley, Nancy-179 Farr, Benjamin-50 Farr, Robert-50,212, 252,334 Farren, Marcia-50,230 Faul, I erry-5 0 Faul, William-212,272, 273,334 Felder, Robert-279 Feldkamp. Stevie-230 Fellabaum, Kris-50,237 Fellens, JoAnn-233 Feller, Jean-236 Feller, Joy-236 Felson, Alan-266 Felson, Jane-50 Felter, Serita-50 Feltz, Robert-50,214, 272 Fenster, Richard-201, 231 Ferguson, Ann-235 Ferguson, Edward-268 Ferguson, Jan-249 Ferguson, Kay-50,140. 176,180,237 Fermann. Harry-50 Ferner, Janice-50 Ferrante, JoAnn-143, 232 Ferriel, Bonnie-230 Ferris, Bill-310.333 Ferris, Dan-217,275 Ferris, Michael-50,77 Ferry, Richard-50 Fesher, Peggy-174 Feuerberg, Eliezer- 267 Fey, Doris-170,181. 240 Fiebig, David-50 Fields, Cheryl-186,234 Fineran, Sherry-234 Finegan, Brian-282 Finkelmeier, Louis-261 Finkelstein, Carol-286 Fischer, Al-275 Fischer, Donald-50 Fischer, Gary-25 9 Fischer, Marty-237 Fischer, Robert-25 3 Fischer, Wayne-25 6 Fischer, William-50, 255 Fisgus, Allen-5l,l66. l71,l80,182,272,273. 326 Fisgus, Paul-215 Fish, Bernard-194 Fish, Charles-51 Fish, David-152 Fisher, Neil-267 Fitts, John-51 Fitzgerald, Scott-51 Fitzpatrick, Gerri-239 Fitzpatrick, Kerry-259 Fitzpatrick, Penny-237 Flack, Dave-247 Flanders, David-185, 186 Flasch, Marilyn-217, 239 Fleeman, Eugene- 1 50, 200 Fleming. Gwyn-233 Flesman, Eugene-51 Fletch. Hager-210 Fletcher, Sara-328 Flynn, Charles-51 Foertsch, Carol-240 Foertsch, Paulette-51, 232 Fogwell, Barry-51 Folkerth, Alice-51 Follis, Dave-253 Foley, Mal-282 Foote, Paul-256 Forbes, Mikal-201,231, 246 Ford, Steve-277 Ford, Wayne-5 1 Forman, Andy-267 Forrester, Donald-51 Fortune, Carter-5 1 Foucht, Byron-5 1 , 178, 3 28 Foucht, Margaret-179 Foucht, Nelson-328 Fountain, Steve-260, 261 Fouts, Virginia-51, 196 Fox, Carolyn-51 Fox, Kathleen L.-51 Fox, Kathleen M.-51 Fox, Robert-263 Frakes, Judie-181.231 Francher, David-204 Francis, Francis-197 Francis, Richard-197 Francy, Patti-196 Frangakis, John-242 Franklin. George-51 Frank, Ken-252 Franus, Robert-51 Frantz, Carol-51 Frantz, Phil-51 Frazier, Barbara-209, 343 Frazier, Carole-194 Freedman, Ilene-194, 238 Freedman, Lee-51 Freedman. Mike-194 Freeman, William-51 Freese, Sharon-23 6, 286 French, Dale-51 Freudenberg, J anet-170, 217,236 Freundlich. Roger-282 Frey, George-265 Frey, Ken-51,291 Frey, Steve-268,269 Freye, Murray-200 Freyer, Carol-243 Friedman. Mike-262 Friedrichs, Virginia-51 Friend, William-269 Fritz, Ed-261 Frommel, Donna-188 Frohmiller, Mike-291 Froug. Kathryan-285 Fross, Ralph-51 Fry, Alison-235 Fry, Susan-236 Frye, C. Malcolm-51, 138 Frye, John-270 Fryer, A1-276 Fryman, Diane-283 Fulk, Dennis-51.264 Fuller, Jim-264 Fuller, Nancy-230 Fuller, Rick-333 Fugere, Dick-310 Fulton, Mike-5 1,268, 269 Funke, John-51 Fuqua, Jerry-199 Futernick, Kenneth- 263 Gaber, Peter-267 Gackenheimer, David- 201,231 Gaffen, Joyce-238 Gaines, Robert-256 Galgoczy, Edgar-326 Galgoczy, Julius-261 Gall, Bill-248 Gall, Linda-328,332 Gallagher, Gay-229 Gallagher, Judy-138, 142,229 Gallagher, Michael- 202,259 Galinsky, Norman-52, 201 Gallas, Nicki-52 Gallenstein, Carol-52, 151,239 Gamber, Terry-200 Gamble, Sally-236 Gannaway, Janis-52 Gannon, John-269 Gantner, Anna-179 Gantt, Rebekka-5 2 Gantt, Roslyn-241 Garcia, Joan-52,174, 178 Gard, Judy-52,124,148, 209,298 Garner, Ron-251 Garrett, Jeanne-174,178 Garverich, Dick-52. 247 Gaskill, Albert-271 Gasser, Walter-52 Gastright, John-52 Gates, Richard-330 Gates, William-52,175. 205 Gati, George-133,156, 199 Gatrotst, Jan-52 Gatzulis, Dan-264 Gausmann, Janet-52. 237 Gauther, William-178 Gavin, Helen-52 Gavin, Jane-174.178 Gayle, Charles-52 Gaynor, Jill-52 Gearhart. Neal-348 Gebhart, Don-52 Gebhart, Steve-209 Gee, Andrew-52 Gegner, Barbara-52 Gehowski. Alane-284 Gehring, Paul-259 Gehrke, Peter-52 Geiger, Ann-151,181, 214,229 Geiger, Patricia-52 Geiger, Ruth-52 Geis. Don-52,138,209, 277 Gundelman. Barry-328 Genis, James-52 George, Ron-311 Gerand, Jim-252 Gerard, James-52 Gerhardt, Jon-186,204, 282 Germani, Tony-52,272, 273 Gerros, Bill-328,348 Gerster, Rosemary-328 Gessaman. Don-52 Getgey, William-52 Gettleman. Harriet-52 Geyer. Margo-238 Gfell, Mike-190 Ghering. James-150, 215,277 Gibbons, Mary-201, 213 Gibson, Betty-52 Gibson, David-244 Gibson, Steve-269 Giegerich, Craig-282 Gieseling, Jean-237 Gigiey, Paul-52.156, 158,1s4,274,328 Gilbert, Gorman-242 Gilbert. Toni-238 Giler, Howdy-252 STUDENT INDEX Giles, Clyde-52 Gilette. Gayle-53.232 Gilhart, Robert-275 Gillum, Linda-53,179 Gimpel, Jon-259 Ginandt. Carolyn-188 Ginocchio, Susanna- 53,195,239 Ginter, Richard-53 Gitlin, Susan-238 Gittinger, Sue-53 Gitzinger, Judy-53 Gladden, Janet-150, 179,286 Glann, Gordon-268, 269 Glass, Donna-53 Glass, Terry-53,205, 274 Glassman. Linda-53, 149,238 Glensman, J ack-53 Glick, Dave-53,215, 263 Glickman, Barry-263 Glier, Howdy-253 Glons, Alan-198 Glossi, Pam-235 Gloystein, Jean-53 Glueck, Tom-264, 334 Gockel. Barbara-53 Gockuhumir. John-201 Godfrey, Irene-230 Goebel, Donn-53 Goertemiller, Elaine-53 229 Goertemiller, Kathy- 146,165,174,159,190, 229,343 Goes, Dale-255 Goings, Lorraine-291 Goldberb, Alan-267 Goldberg. Barry-263 Goldberg, Gary-53 Goldberg, Faye-181, 238 Golden. Enid-238 Goldfuss. Ruth..328 Goldman, Betsy-238 Goldman, Jerrald-53 Goldman, John N.-53 Goldstein. Robert-328 Golush. David-262 Good, Doug-261 Good, Michael-53 Good, Rosalind-53 Good, Rosalind L.- 53,238,241 Gooding, Pat-231 Goodman, Jerry-267 Goodman, Kathy-238 Goodman, Robert-53 Goodstein, Alice-238 Goodwin, Carl-188.275 Gootsun. Gundon-253 Gordon, Janet-53 Gordon, Randy-209 Goret, Steve-138 Gorman, Margaret-284 Gotter, Barbara-5 3 Goyert, Sue-237 Graff, George-282 Grafton, John-53, 165, 166,171,180 Graller, Susan-53 Gramann, Bob-53.258 Gramann, Bonnie-231 Grammel, Ronald-53, 251,289 Grant, Andy-261 Grassinger, Mike-259 Gratton, Frank-247 Gravengaard, Phil-255 Graves, Ken-328 Gray, Bob-178 Grayson, Nancy-284 Greathouse, Ary-170 Greeb, Jeannette-53 Green, Gary-196,288 Green, Mike-277 Greenbaum, Jonas-208 Greenfield, Sheldon-5 3 Heidotting, Dale-168 STUDENT INDEX Greenman, Robert-53 Greenstein, Jeffrey- 267 Greenwald, Alan-5 4 Greenwald, Roger-266 Greer, Patricia-54 Gregory, Ted-194 Grein, Roger-5 4 Gresham, Gayle-23 6 Gribbell, Ann-3 28 Gribbell, Paul-5 4 Grier, John-54,274 Grieselhuber, Pierre- 54 Griflin, Gary-54 Griflith, Donn-255 Griffith, Mary-5 4 Griffith, Nancy-240 Grifliths, Riley-143, 163 Grigas, Chuck-310 Griggs, Susie-16 3,190 Grimes, Nancy-23 6 Grimes, Studley-25 3 Grineff, Douglas-5 4 Grinker, Ronald-54 Groban, Steven-5 4, 147,266 Groen, Marlana-54, 147,23 5 Grogan, Bea-23 9 Grogan, Judy-195 Grogg, Cindy-185,186 Grom an, Barry-25 2 Groneman, Carol-170, 1 84,23 9 Groshoff, Herman-267 Grossman, Helen-23 7 Grove, Judy-231 Growauer, Raymond- 247 Gruber, Gary-25 6 Gruber, Judi-181,239 Grgflaowski, Anthony- Gudehus, James-246, 247 Guedalia, Lenny-262 Guenther, Diane-217, 234 Guile, Roger-5 4,200 Gumenick, Shirley-5 4 Gunville, Paul-25 9 Gutman, Louise-2 84 Guyett, Maryanne-5 4 Gwynn, J im-268,269 Gyruas, Sandra-54 Haacke, Chuck-265 Haag, Judith-54 Haas, Glen-2 1 7 ,277 Haas, Lloyd-5 4 Habe, J ohn-245 Habegger, Thomas-5 4 Habegger, J im-25 8 Haber, David-242 Hackbert, Paul-25 4 Haddon, Nancy-240 Hadler, Al-157, 158 Hafer, Gail-5 4 Hagan, J oe-270 Hagerty, Russ-273 Hagner, Charles- 1 7 1, 180,182,190,215,264 Hagner, John-191,265 Hahn, J erry-200 Hale, Hall, Kathleen- 1 74 Barbara-23 3 Hall, Carol-54,237 Hall, Dick-215,257 Hall, Donald-269 Hall, Fred-269,291 Hall, Grover-215,275 Hall, Lanny-277 Hall, Lee-268 Hall, Mary-229 Hallberg, Rick-215,207, 255 Hallik, Carol-54,175, 177,205 Hallinan, Dave-310 Haman, Bill-215,269 Hamerman, Kenny-267 Hamilton, Carol-186, 328 Hamilton, Sally-232 Hamman, Cynthia-54, 232 Hammond, Lynn-54,237 Hammond, Susan-284 Hampel, Bob-54 Hampton, Robert-328 Hampton, Tim-27 3 Hand, Thomas-25 4 Handel, Charles-328 Handly, J ames-5 5 Hanger, James-5 5 Hanning, Mike-185 Hansen, Richard-269 Hanson, Larry-25 1 Harcourt, Dennis- 1 95 Hard, Mike-5 5 ,273 Hardy, Paul-277 Hardy, Steve-251 Hare, Brad-249 Harkins, Marilyn-240 Harlacker, J oe-5 5 ,264 Harlan, Christine-233 Harley, Gerald-209 Harleins, Marilyn-286 Harman, Helen-5 5 ,230 Harris, Adolph-55, 177 Harris, John-148,277 Harris, Luke-2 66 Harris, Mary J 0-23 8 Harris, Raymond-291 Harrison, Adele-55,194, 23 8 Harrison, Bill-261 Harrison, Charlene-186 Harrison, J eff-266 Harrison, J ulie-1 92, 197 Harrison, Phil-267 Harrison, Ray-185,18 6 Harrison, Susan-5 5 ,235 Harsham, Karen-240 Hart, Sharon-5 5 Hartig, Donna-237 Hartin g, Ed-25 9 Hartleb, Dave-261 Hartley, James-55,201 Hartman, Barbara-5 5 Hartman, Jim-182,211 Hartman, Veva-23 2 Hartsock, Karen-23 6 Harvey, Cindy-233 Harvey, James-291 Harvey, Thomas-5 5 Hasden, J erry-262 Haselwood, Mark-5 5 Hasemeier, J ohn-5 5 Haskins, J ohn-5 5 Hasselbach, J ohn-25 5 Hasz, Kristen-55 Hathaway, Bob-25 0 Hattenb ach, Edward- 267 Hattenbach, Esther-5 5 , 194 Hatter, Carol-55 Haugh, Peggy-181,235 Haupt, Ken-55 Hauser, Susan-186 Hausman, Gary-199 Hausman, Sharon-160, 163,232,284,291 Hausman, Sue-181 Havlin, Dennis-55 Hawkinsberry, Roger- 196 Hawkins, J im-249 Hawks, Roger-1 97 ,200 Hay, J ay-25 5 Hayes, Jim-13 9 Hays, Myron-5 5 Hayhow, Steve-25 8 Hayslip, Kathy-5 5 , 2 16,23 6 Hayward, Bill-31 1 Hazan, Harvey-263 Heath, B arb-235 Heckerman, Judy- 1 5 8, 1 94, 23 7,25 2 Heckman, Linda-5 5 Hedger, Jean-158,230, 256 Heffner, Judy-55,326 Hegerich, Stella-55 Hegman, Barb-143, 197,216,233 Heiblim, Mark-263 Heidelman, Dan-55 Heidenreich, Shirley- 55 Heil, Sue-55,l60, 180, 237 Heimann, Bonnie-143, 237,328 Heimann, John-212,3 34 Heimann, Robert-265 Heineman, Kay-240 Heineman, Helen-5 5 Heinfeld, Stan-5 5 , 176, 204 Heinlein, Carole-55 Heinlen, Jan-232 Heis, Forest-248,310 Heis, Fred-328 Heisel, Jane-170,229 Heisel, Nancy-55,165, 190,229 Heislu, Roslynn-284 Helle, Carol-5 6 Helle, Lina-5 6 Heller, Morris-186,266 Hellman, Janice-231 Helscher, Larry-56,272, 27 3 Heltsley, Fred- 1 86 Heltzel, J oseph-200 Heltzer, Alan-267 Hemker, Paul-56, 144, 277 Hempel, Karl-5 6 Hendy, Jerry-31 1 Hendricks, Jane-192 Henke, Robert-25 2 Henkel, B arbara-197 Henneberg, Klaus- 1 90 Hennessy, Tom-25 9 Henry, B arb-229 Henry, Paul-5 6,176,204 Henschen, Michael-275 Hensley, Russell-25 8 Henthorn, Marilyn- 18 6,229 Herbold, Robert-5 6,25 5 Hereth, Russell-5 6 Herfel, Gary-25 4 Hern, Thomas-5 6 Herrick, Susie-23 3 Herring, Carol-5 6 Herring, Mike-25 1 Herring, William-247 Herrmann, Nanette- 284,237 Herrmann, Sue-239 Herron, Patricia-284 Herschede, Fred-25 9 Hersher, Dick-263 Hertzman, Buddy-3 28 Herzig, Roger-266 Herzog, Sally-23 5,3 28 Hess, Jane-237 Hess, Otis-5 6 Hess, Ron-200 Hessel, J anice-23 2 Hetrick, Connie- 1 97, 23 0 Heuck, Ken-143,163, 171,180,182,215,251 Heyman, Bruce-56,164, 168,266 Heys, Roger-275 Hickerson, Clay-56, 209 Hicks, Eleanor-5 6, 241 Hicks, John-256 Higgins, James-257 Higgins, Phil-310 Hilb, Sonny-266 Hildreth, Jim-193 Hilgeman, Judy-170 Hilker, Terry-250 Hill, Ann-56 Hill, Cheryl-5 6 Hill, Dave-217,245 Hill, Debbie-146,193 , 283 Hill, Ernestine-56 Hill, Lauren-269 Hill, Rex-254 Hill, Ron-196,211 Hill, William-248 Hillegas, Jon-56 Hilliard, Stephen-5 6 286 Houston, Gerald-57 Howard, Patricia-5 7 Howard, Robert-201, 257 Howes, Barbara-240 Howell, Bob-310 Howell, Mary-l92,193, 231 Howell, Monty-25 3 Hoyt, Sean-272,273 Hoxworth, Lee-229 Hilsinger, Judy-56,237, 253 Hilsinger, Raymond-56 Hines, Howard-56,164, 185,186,193 Hinners, Sue-236 Hinsch, David-265 Hinsch, Ellen-5 6 Hinshaw, Edward-178 Hinton, William--25 6 Hirsch, Al-263 Hirschberger, Ruth- 183,211 Hirschfeld, Larry-282 Hiss, J ames-204 Hissong, Doug-56,177, 182,201,256 Hitchens, Marty-229 Hitz, Mike-25 3 Hizer, J oan-5 6 Hoblitzell, Gay-239 Hubbar Hubbar d, Ben-194 d, Dorsey-288 Hubbuch, Glenn-281, 282 Huber, Don-274 Hucken 17 8 ber, Robert- Hudepohl, J ackie-5 7 Hudson, Mike-255 Huenefeld, Barbara- 229 Huffma 171,1 n, Steve-166, 80,182,215,251 Huifmeier, Ron-204, 245 Hufford, Marvin-57 Hughes, Marilyn-57 Hughes, Peter-5 7,204 Hughes, Roger-5 7,209 Hughes, William-57 Huheey, Catherine-240 Hodapp, Rich-260 Hodgson, Sondra-235 Hoeb, Karen-181,229 Hoeb, William-56 Hoelscher, William-5 6 Hoemmer, Earl-269 Hoeneimier, J ack-56, 204 Hoenig, Martin-328 Hoetker, J ames-5 6 Hofer, John-56 Hoff, Elizabeth-176 Hoffeld, Randy-251 Hoffheimer, Susan-170 181 Hoffman, Barbara-23 0 Hoffman, Dan-255 Hoffman Hoffman Gail-284 Goldie-25 9 Harlan-5 7 Hollmani Hoffman, , Pete-266 Hoffmeister, Glenn-57, 205 ,274 Hogan, Ed-25 9 Hogan, Gayle-5 7 Holder, Jim-251 Hollenbeck, Bill-268, 269 Hollenkamp, Nicholas- 57 Holliday, Lilla-57 Hollingsworth, Sis-237 Hollkamp, Diane-57, 176 Holmes, Rich-57,207, 251 Holshoy, Jan-57 Holt, Dick-57,254 Holtkamp, Larry-3 28 Hullemeyer, Walter-5 7, 206 Hummel, David-269 Hummel, Susan-57 Humphrey, Ed-185,186 Hunsaker, George-5 7, 196 Hunt, J ohn-5 8 Hunt, Marshall-5 8,242 Htgpspzertz, Nancy-3 28, Hurdle, Vickie-240 Hurlburt, Pat-23 0 Hurst, David-249 Huser, Ann-229 Huss, Robert-5 8 Huston, Mack- 1 98 Huston, J udy-5 8 Hutchison, Paula-231 Hux, Frank-33 1 Hyland, Millard-58 Hyland, Steve-242 Ickes, Nancy-5 8,232 Ihlenfeld, J ames-282 Ilg, Bill-251 Imhoff, Susan-229 Imwalle, Dennis-58 In gber g, Robert-5 8 Ingram, Barbara-284 Ireland, Betty-23 5 Ireland, Jim-18 6,274 Isaac, Stan-17 1 , 180, 261 Isphordin g, Steve-265 Iuen, Martha-5 8 Ivers, Risa-5 8,23 2 J ackett, Gay-5 8,23 5 J ackman, David-5 8 Jackson, Charles-5 8, Holzen, Roger-19 8,282 Holzman, Ronald-263 Honious, Gerald-244 Hood, Joseph-5 7 Hoose, Jim-311 Hoover, David-5 7 Hopewell, Judy-5 7,229 Hopkins, Edwina-174 Horak, Patricia-57 Hor gan, Edward-5 7 Hornblass, Al-5 7 Hornin g, Ronald-195 Horsley, J ane-240 Horton, Carol-170, 18 1, 216,240 Hoshaw, Ann-237 Hosler, Doug-5 7 Hotellin g, David-5 7 Hothem, Larry-5 7 ,203 Hough, Nancy-185,186, 207 ,278 Jackson, J ason-5 8 Jackson, Jeannie-23 7 Jackson, Ladonna-5 8 Jackson, Myrna-5 8 Jackson, Richard- 28 8 Jacobs, Alan-263 Jacobs, Bertram-263 Jacobs, Ivan-5 8 Jacobs, Robert-217 Jacobs, Steve-5 8 Jacobs, Vic-266 Jacobson, Paul-257 Jaeger, Ellen-58 Jaeger, Joanne-236 Jansen, Jansen, J appen, J enning J an-28 8 Richard-5 8 J ohn-5 8 s, Eldon-5 8 -D by .5 Q5 In Q -'I 1 A! 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Y.-gi: :'ir:-1.:5:f.,1-..:.,i1:- - Al-..--,:- : fy' , vu- U V f if-'1'1i"-5':.-"'NL .rw I ,T .... .. , ., 2820 GILBERT AVENUE CINCINNATI CONGRATULATIONS '64 GRADS Visit With Us In Our New Facilities Soon STUDENT UNION FOOD SERVICE STUDENT INDEX Jennings, Joanne-237 Jennings, John-147,188, 190,265,311 Jennings, Nancy-174 Jenson, John-58 Jentzen, Carolyn-58, 229 Jimerson, Cheri-230 J oering, Gerry-291 Johanson, Dennis-275 Johnson, Allen-249 Johnson, Arth ur-265 Johnson, Bob-265 Johnson, Don-58 J ohnson, J ack-269 Johnson, J ames-271 Johnson, Jannette-193 Johnson, Jeff-197 Johnson, J im-204 Johnson, J oseph-5 8 Johnson, Margo-165, 180,216,229 Johnson, Mary-170,187 J ohnson, Nancy-5 8 Johnson, Rosalie-58 Johnson, Scott- 1 7 1 ,188, 265 Johnston, Charlotte- 179 Johnston, Kathleen-285 Johnston, William-58 Johnstone, Bob-269 Jonas Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones , Bradley-247 , Elliott-59,174 , Everett-243 Gerald-59 J erry-265 J im-59,177 J onesi Jones, , John-246,247 Michael-163 255 iPaul-180,182 Jones, Steve-188,267 Jones, Thomas-243 Jordan, Gwendolyn-241 Jordan, Ken-261,311 Jording, Keith-217,255 Joyce, Reid-59 Jud, Craig-264 J uff, Ira-263 Jung, Jon-247 J urevic, Edward-276 J urtsen, Patricia-59 J uzulenas, Barbara- 239 Kabakoff, Herman-59, 328 Kacsur, Lynnette-170, 230 Kaemmerle, Lynn-217, 237 Kafer, Manfred-190 Kahle, Bob-310 Kahn, Joan-59 Kahsar, Machael-260 Kahsar, Skippy-180,188 291,229 Kaiser, David-261 Kaiser, Dona-181,239 Kalejs, Lea-59 Kamp, Sherry-235 Kamp, Susan-217,229 Kane, Tom-253 Kang, Han Mu-190, 196 Kantor, Tom-150,202 Kantorski, Tom-25 8 Kaplan, Jill-238 Kaplowitz, J erry-265 Kappers, Arnie-249 Kappes, J oseph-276 Kapphahn, Diane-59, 186 Kappus, Ulrich-59,203 Kapstrom, Albert-5 9 Karem, Dave-2 60 Karpiak, Joe-323 Kasiir, Margot-59,94, 157,15 8,174 Kasson, Cindy-232 Katz, Ellen-59,153, 214,238 Katz, Ronald-5 9 Katz, Steve-262 Kaufhold, John-195 Kaufman, Daniel-266 Kaufman, Sue-232 Kaufman, Warren-266 Kagigelman, Suzanne- Kavanau gh, Louis-5 8 Keen, J im-25 9 Keener, David-5 8 Keesey, Dave-25 3 Kehoe, William-5 9 Keller, Barb-5 9,237 Kelley, Bill-5 9 Kelley, Patricia-5 8 Kelley, Robert-291 Kelsall, Sally-237 Kemen, Donald-5 9 Kemnitzer, David- 198,209 ,247 Kemp, Thom as-5 9 Kendall, Karen-237 Kendall, Roger-5 9 Kennard, Greg-245 Kennedy, Jim-59, 147, 2 1 5 ,249 Kennedy, Miriam-241 Kennedy, Tom-249, 3 3 3 Kennett, David-247 Kenney, J im-2 65 Kent, William-5 9 Kenyon, J im-25 3 Kerley, Mike-25 2 Kern, Chris-59,240 Kern, Ellen-5 9,23 3 Kern, Lillian-5 9 Kern, Susie-181 Kerns, Barbara-59 Kerr, Barbara-59 Kerr, Shelly-283 Kersey, Dave-217 Kerstine, Edwin-282 Kesinger, Thomas-60 Kessis, Mary-60 Kessler, Ralph-60 Ketcham, J an-1 81 Ketcham, Lydia-60 Kettler, David-25 8 Kidwell, Emily-183, 196 Kieley, Thomas-60 Kiener, B ob-275 Kiessling, Roy-191 Kiessling, Ruth-60 Kifer, Donald-60,202 Killmeyer, Fred-274 Kim, Chang-60 Kim, Won-Kuin-190 Kimberly, Jan-180,23 4 Kimbler, Larry-60 Kin, Eddie-267,268 Kin, Henry-269 Kincaid, David-193 Kincaid, Ken-193 Kindsvatter, Fritz-272 Kindsvatter, J im-27 3 Kindsvatter, Warren- 60 King, Ann-231 King, Thomas-60 Kinney, Neal-207 Kinsman, Richard-60, 204 Kinstler, Richard-183 Kinzel, Eleanor-60 Kipling, J ames-25 9 Kirby, Carolyn-60,216, 240 Kirkpatrick, Harmon- 28 2,328 Kirn, Susan-237 Kirzner, Harold-208, 267 Kiser, Sam-217,251 Kissel, Larry-150,254 Kissell, Doug-253 Kissick, Russell-60 Kitaeaff, Richard-266 Kite-Powell, Jeffery-60 Kitzerow, Richard-60, 177 Klaus, Bernard-60 Klee, Stephen-60 Kleeb, Ken-275 Klein, Bill-266 Kleine, Nancy-60,232, 29 1 Klempner, Jeff-266 Klinck, Joseph-60,265 Klinger, Jack-60 Klink, Harold-60 Klopf, Harry-60,276 Klosterman, Al-258 Klotter, Melanie-60 Klumb, Jenny-60,229 Knab, John-60,175,205 Knabe, J anet-236 Knabe, Merry-60 Knapp, Bruce-328 Knapp, Harold-25 3 Knarr, Ken-246 Knecht, J ohn-60 Knisley, Bruce-282 Knoblaugh, Richard-60 Knollmann, Phyllis- 195 Knopf, Herman-15 2 Knopp, Herman-138 Knosp, Linda-229 Knosp, Pam-60,190, 229 Knox, J ames-61 Knox, Karen-230 Koch, Carol-61 Koch, J erry-61 Kocher, William-243 Kock, Nancy-170, 18 1, 233 Kockritz, Andrea- 1 8 1. 237 Kochlke, Al-256 Koenig, Carl-266 Koepke, Gary-249 Kohl, Barbara-232 Kohl, Lynn-61,236 Kohsin, Carol-61 Kolezynski, Joseph- 201,231 Kolk, Michael-61 Koman, Larry-310 Koncius, Al-274 Kopelson, Edward-263 Kopich, Bob-61,310 Kopich, Frank-61,265, 280,310 Koppenhoefer, Greg- 255 Korenthal, Elliot-262 Korn, Cynthia-229 Korn, Sue-61,151,l65, 140,214,229 Korros, David-267 Kos, Frank-256 Kosky, Michael-267 Kovacs, Sharon-228,239 Kovens, Victor-194 Krabacher, Kenneth- 61,204 Kralovich, George-61, 255 Kraman, Ken-61,214, 266 Kramer, Jackie-217,238 Kramer, Marcia-181, 231 Krames, Patricia-197 Kranbuhl. Michael-249 Krantz, Ken-186 Krautkramer, Ronald- 61 Kraybill. Mimi-138, 146,15 3,212 Kreger, Jim-253 Krehbiel, Joan-61 Krehnbrink, Sally-61, 239 Kreider, Barb-61, 197 Kreider, Gary-61 Kreider. Joan-61, 186, 196,231 Kreider, Joseph-61 Kreider. Tom-247 Kreighbaum, Dee-236 Kreinbrink, Ron-61,209 Kremer, Bob-3 3 3 Kress, Jerold-147,255 Kress. Tom-270 Kressler, Al-270 Krogh, Judy-181,190 Kroghs, Judy-237 Kroovand, Larry-61, 273 Krouse, Michael-61 Krueger, John-61 Krugi, Susie-217,230 Kruthaup, Donald-61 Kubinski. Patricia-61 Kuhlman. John-61,215, 244,245 Kuhn, Art-25 4 Kuhn, Carol-181 Kuhn. Dave-61,163, 276 Kuhn, Donna-238 Kuhn, Paul-61 Kukainis, Valdis-288 Kunkleman, Gary-260 Kunz, John-282 Kuntz, Paul-171,190 Kupserberg, Joyce-146 Kurinskv, Bert-263 Kurtz, Donna-61,232 Kusel, Karen-230 Kushner, Larry-162 Kute, Tim-282 Kewatch, Barry-246, 247 Kuwatch. Sylvia-240 Kuyper. David-256 Kydan, Ruth-238 Kyer, Vicki-231 LaBath, Octave-61 Lacinak, Tim-291 Lackman, Chardy-235 Lackman, Edward-61 Lafferman, Fred-267 Lafuse, David-61,264 Laing, Bill-202 Laird, John-62 Lakeman, John-62 Lakin, Thomas-62 Lalosh, Linda-62 Lamb, Gerald-270 Lambert, John-62 Lambert, Virginia-217, 240 Lamier, Steven-62 Lammers, Carol-286 Lampert, Bill-275 Lampl, Homer-62 Laney, Alan-178 Landmann, Beth-62,236 Landsiedel, David-62, 246 Landt, Stephany-62, 199 Landy, Cheryl-62 Laney, Alan-3 28 Laney, Lola-188,197 Lang, John-276 Lang. Roger-163 Lange, Tom-265,323 Lanham, Nan-188.211 Langsdale, Bob-328, 348 Lankin, Dave-62, 1 62. 251 LaPrade. Kay-158,159. 236,291 Larson. Phyllis-240 Lash, Gretchen-62,174 Latham. Geraldine-62 Lathan. Jean-181.231, 291 Lathrop. Carolyn-232 Lathrop. John-62.193 Lathrop. Judy-232 Latscha. Sue-195 Laubach. Randy-62 Laubenthal, Jospeh- 248 Lautenbach. Ned-264, 265 Lavens. John-282 Lawrence. Dale-143, 171.175 .192 Lawson, Walter-291 Leach, Bobbi-62,216. 232 Leal, Bonnie-284 Leane, John-333 Leckinger. Bob-207 Lecture. Paul-251 Lederer. Larella-328 Lederer. Mary-62 Lee. Bob-311 Lee, Dave-62.260 Lee. Gary-62 Lee. Judy-62,230,328 Leffel, Pam-201, 213,284 LeGrand, Camille-62 Lehman, Jack-264 Lehman. Jack-264 Lahman,1eanie-233 Lehman, Nancy-62 Lehnhoff, Gail-62.235 Leighty, Clifford-62 Leiter, Linda-62 Lenhardt, Christa-231 Lennert, Edward-62 Lentz, Loring-62 Leonard, Jim-311 Leonard, Timothy-62, 177,199 Leonhardt, Mary-62 Leopold, Linda-62 Lerch, James-62 Lerner, Harvey-266 For Your Summertime Dancing Pleasure . . CONEY ISLAND offerx the jinest dance bands in the land in MOONLITE GARDENS Special Rates for Organizations Phone 241-3246 for details LENHARDTS RESTAURANTS Specialties - European Home Cooked Foods - Drinks 7715 Reading Road 201 West McMillan POp1ar 1-2116 GArfie1d 1-9331 U1-Everything for the Student" LANCE'S o ART RIATERIALS o ENGINEERING SUPPLIES o STATIONERY 0 GIFTS 0 GREETING CARDS 343 Calhoun 313 Ludlow Two Convenient Locations Open Evenings COMPLIMENTS or ff 9 25525 fff U SERVES THE BUSINESS WORLD STUDENT INDEX Leslie, Stephen-63 Lesniewicz, Gary-209, 247 Lever, Barb-63,151,233 Levering, Dave-180, 182,190,272,273 Levi, Freya-63 Levine, J erry-266 Levine, Marvin-267 Levinthal, Charles-263 Levy, J erry-266 Lewe, Harry-63 Lewis, Bonnie-170,240 Lewis, Jerry-63 Lewis, Ray-257 Lewis, Russel-209 Ley, Julie-286 Lichtenberg, Eileen-238 Liebel, Craig-269 Lieverman, David-63 Lieverman, Melvyn-63 Lieberman, Sid-164, 166,168,171,175,266 Lieberth, John-201,231 Lied, James-148,171, 260 Lieder, Henry-63 Lienhardt, Carol-188 Liggett, Dennis-63 Liggett, Thomas-63 Lightlield, I ane-63, 144, 160,181,216,232 Liles, Ann-63,237,328 Liles, Harriet-237,328 Lillich, Patti-229 Limes, Carolyn-236 Lindenburg, Peggy-63 Lindeman, Louis-199 Lindhorst, Claudia-158, 163,237 Lindhorst, Paul-205 Lindmark, Richard-257 Lindsey, William-63 Lindsey, Winona-181 Linkmeyer, Jane-174 Linnerooth, Ken-333 Livington, David-199 Llamas. Joseph-204 Lloyd, Tom-264 Locke, Eugene-63 Loeb, Barry-63 Loesch, Ray-273 Lofton, Ernest-282 Loftus, David-215,258, 259 Lombardi, Thomas-63 Long, Judith-234 Long, Kathy-186,216, 234 Long, Richard-282 Long, William-258 Longenecker, Douglas- 63 Longini, Charles-208 Loos, Sharon-170,181, 236 Lorentzen, Elizabeth- 174 Lorenz, Cynthia-63, 159 Losacker, Joan-239 Loschiavo, Jim-261 Losey, Early-291 Losey, Franklin-63 Louden, Shelby-247 Love, Art-158,275 Love, Bill-242 Lovewell, Shirley-63 Lowry, Gerald-288 Lowry, Suzanne-186, 286 Loy, Mary-209 Lubow, Dennis-266 Lucas, Margaret-63 Lucy, James-63 Luginbuhl, Dan-185,186 Luginbuhl, James-204 Luken, Dianne-237 Lundin, Diane-181,237 Lunsford, Pat-212,265 Luris, Sanford-63 Lutchin, Ellen-63 Luther, Kathleen-231 Lutz, Linda-237 Luxenberg, Jerry-63, 266 Maag, John-242 MacDonald, Charlene- 63 Macintyre, Diana-63 Mack, Barbara-63 Mack, Stephany-158, 239 Macke, Richard-64 Macklem, Ronald-64 MacLean, Bruce-64 MacMahon, Peggy-235 Madama, Terry-260 Madden, Joe-259 Madden, John-64,256, 204 Maddox, Melanie-230 Maddux, Mary Lou-170 210,239 Madill, Jerri-230,328 Madzula, John-64 Maggard, Kenneth-245 Mahan, Craig-259 Mahan, Jim-333 Mahaney, Thomas-64, 204 Maier, Thomas-291 Maisch, Susan-229 Maitre, Mary-291 Malloy, Carol-216 Malman, Arthur-64, 266 Malof, Nathan-64 Malone, Dennis-64 Malone, Jack-64,215, 259 Maloney, Joe-64 Manausa, Charles-64 Mandeles, Miriam-194 Mang, Barry-64 Mangold, Harry-64 Mann, Dennis-64 Mann, Tom-178 Manning, Tom-310 Manser, Alan-328 Manthey, Chuck-156, 158,265 Mappes, William-64 Marcus, Susan-64,240 Marcuse, Edlyn-146,291 Marienthal, Sandy-64 Marienthal, Sue-159, 181,229 Marker, Michael- I 9 1 , 261 Marks, Henry-64 Marmel, Jim-267 Marrs, Jim-13 8,260,261 Marsh, Don-64 Marshall, Joe-178 Marshall, Paul-64,140, 149,164,166,168,171, 175,180,182,215,251 Martin, Bruce-196 Martin, C. Joseph-257 Martin, Dan-249 Martin, Ginger-240 Martin, J erry-25 9 Martin, John-64 Martin, Kathy-232 Martin, Louis-186 Martin, Pamela-64 M artin Martin Martz, M artz, Martz, , Richard-282 0, Gerri-230 Jack-217,251 John-25 9 Marlene-64 Maschmeyer, Jan-64, 146,165,184 Mashburn, Richard-64 Mast, Daniel-64 Master s, Waylon-291 Mather, Carol-236 Mather, J ohn-64,251 Mathers, David-258 Mathes, Stuart-64 Mathews, Jack-64,250 Matker, Carol-64 Matlock, Don-64 Matt, Ruth-234 Matteson, Lynne-286 Matthews, David-65 Matthews, Dennis-31 1 Matzkin, Harold-65 Maurer, Edwin-65 Maurer, James-273 Maxey, Carol-240 Maxwell, Michael-265 May, Sandy-236 Mayer, Carole-160, 174,184,188,209, 239,343 Mayer, Sally-146,181, 209,236,343 Mayer, Tom-25 9 Mayerson, Les-266 Maynard, Cindy-284 Maynard, David-65 Maynard, Garth-186 McAlhaney, Keith-65, 196 McAndrews, Edward- 65 McBride, Bob-251 McCabe, Bob-310 McCampbell, Carol-65, 235 McCarty, Judy-158, 232 McCatry, Tom-249 McCash, Mary-65,236 McCauley, Nash-65, 164,166,171,177,255 McCauley, Stan-255 McCellan, Jerry-328, 348 McClellan, Judy-328, 332 McClure, Sandra-65 McConnell, Gary-65 McCormick, Marcia-65 Mc5Cormick, Mark-215, 47 McCoy, Marlene-328 McCright-199,202 McCullough, Dick-261 McCurley, John-245 McDaniel, Bonnie-229 McDaniel, William-65 McDonald, Betsy-65 McDonald, Bruce-65 McDowell, Karen-65 McElfresh, Kay-65 McElfresh, Sue-196,286 McFadden, Douglas-139 McGoy, Carole-65 McGrath, Charles-65, 202 McGraw, Charlotte- 157,158,178 McGreger, Melissa-233 Mclean, Dennis-269 McKelvay, Alan-206 McKelvey, Paul-65 McKesson, Bob-275 McKibben, John-65 Mglgnley, Debbie-65, McKinney, Kenneth-65 McKnight, Richard-194 McLaughlin, Charles- 65 McLaughlin, Jim-65, 214.276 McMahon, Elizabeth- 195 McMahon, Susan-65 McManus, Janes-288 McManus, Larry-65 McMath, Sue-181,229 McNamee, Steve-65, 269 McNeil, Suzanne-186 McNemar, Ann-146 McNett, Betty-232 McNulty, Mike-25 9 McPeck, George-242 McSpadden, Sandra- 232 McWilliams, Harry- 249 McVay, Duane-186 McVay, Paul-291 Meadows, Arnold- 1 98 Mechlin, Ron-259 Mecks troth, Dick-333 Medley, Edward-65, 204 Medueckis, John-269 Mefford, Elizabeth-65 Meord, Elizabeth-65 Meier, Carol-65 Meinders, Grant-247 Meinert, William-65 Meisel, Dave-66,139 Meister, Herb-247 Meiste r, Karen-214 Meitus, Steve-66 Meltzer, Linda-238 Melzer, Stephan-66 Meng, Mered 236 Phil-66,212,3 34 ith, Nancy-186, Meretta, Mel-66,239 Meretta, Patricia-66, 239 Merriam, Dave-310 Merrielees, Gretchen- 66 Merryweather, Nancy- 216 Merten, Virginia-239 Messerlex, Ronald-66 Messersmith, Robert- 66 Messerly, Richard-328 Messina, Fred-66 Messner, Marty-231 Messinger, Dick-242 Metz, Dan-274 Metzger, Carol-240 Metzger, Kathleen-66 Metzger, Peter-328 Metzger, Rick-66 Metzner, William-139 Meyer, Bernard-66 Meyer, Betty-240 Meyer, Gerry-269 Meyer, Jerry---250 Meyer, Joanna-66, 231 Meyer, Pauline-240 Meyer, Steve-265 Meyer, Richard-66 Meyer, Roger-66 Meyer, Terry-261 Meyer, Tom-198,200, 274 Meyers, Linda-234 Meyers, Stephan-66, 254 Meyers, Stuart-263 Mickle, Paula-229 Middleton, John-254 Mide, Kathie-237 Miezitis, Ilze-66 Miknich, Gerald-66 Mikula, John-166, 168, 282 Miles, Jack-265 Millbourn, Steve-195, 207,282 Miller, Bob-258 Miller, Carolyn-66 Miller, Charlene-66 Miller, David-66 Miller, Don-186,273 Miller, Irwin-277 Miller, Jerry-257 Miller, Jim-251,253,266 Miller, John-204 Miller Larry-217,251, 274 Miller Linda-237 Miller, Margie-237 Miller, Pete-276 Miller Phillip-194 Miller Richard-66,202 Miller, Sandra-170 Miller, Stan-252 Miller, Steve-264 Miller, Susie-66,144, 153,216,233 Miller, Warren-251 Miller, William-66 Milligan, Larry-265 Mills, Mike-66 Millspaugh, Donna-231 Milner, Bob-311 Minger, Mike-269 Minnick, Nancy-229 Mion, Raymond-66 Minor, Leslie-328 Minturn, Bruce-254 Minturn, Meredith-231 Miraldi, Peter-263 Mishler, Lynn-235 Misik, Jerry-311 Mistin, Rilingo-253 Mitchell, Herman- 191,265 Moak, Donna-66 Moehring, Dave-66 Mohns, Kenneth-66. 199 Mojens, Dick-150 Molique, Bob-259 Moll, Ruth-174,178 Momorrow, Jon-270 Molloy, Harry-252 Momper, Jerry-168, 268,310 Monnig, Bill-144,175, 182,212,215,258,259, 334 Montapoli, Jerry-243 Montgomery, Dan-148, 255 Montgomery, John-66, 279,289,328,348 Moomaw, Bill-260,261 Moomaw, Carolyn- 186,234 Moon, J im-253 Moon, Pat-67,207 Moore, Frank-67 Moore, Kathy-235 Moore, Bob-67 Moore, Tom-268,269 Moorhead, Mary-67 Morgan, J aque-240 Morgan, Kathy-214 Morley, Norman-67, 258 Morris, Larry-67 Morris, Paul-67,273 Morrow, Boyd-67,277 Morrow, Richard-201 Mortinian, Carolyn- 160 Morton, Patrick-310 Morton, Yvonne-211, 241 Moser, Bob-190 Moser, Kay-235 Moses. Carol-67 Moss, David-67 Moss, Lois-67 Moss, Jim-268,269 Moster, Sue-239 Mote, Susan-186,196, 231 Moul, Dan-260 Moyer, Wayne-67,177, 200 Moyers, Toby-242 Mggkerheide, Donald- 6 Mudhenk, Terry-152 Mueller, Don-177,270 Mueller, Helen-144, 156,158,167,174,186 Mueller, Lynn-67,138, 140,144,168,160,164, 180,186,207,264 Muhlenpoh, Gene-67 Muir, Walter-67,247 Mullaney, Jack-150, 175,177,277 Mullaney, John-67,205 Mullinger, Edward-67 Mullins, Barry-67 Mumpower, Debbie- 217,232 Mundhenk, Susan-236 Mundy, Jim-67 Munger, Barney-216 Munger. Charlotte-67, 216,230 Munz, Dave-255 Murphy, Colleen-235 Murphy, Diane-286 Murphy, Donald-245 Murphy, Judy-67,230 Murphy, Kathy-159, 170,181,186,190,209, 240,343 Murphy, Thomas-67 Murray, Bob-253 Murray, Carol-67 Murray, Doug-264 Murray, Lawrence-186 Mushaben, Richard-67 Mussman, George-310 Mutchler, I ack-25 5 Muth, Janet-230 Myer, Dave-333 Myer, Tom-333 Myers, Betsy-143,163, 235 Myers, Karen-67 Myers, Ronald-67 Myers, Shirley-181,232 Myers, Tom-310 Naberhaus, Bob-259 Nadelman, Jess-263 Naering, David-215 Naish, Carol-67,209, 239 Nagel, Susan-181,235 Nagle, Pat-258 Nagy, Jane-237 Nagy, Jerry-268 Nagy, Ron-257 Nathan, Amy-67 Nathan. Lois-186 Natili, Jean-67 Nations. Carol-233 Naylor, Norman-68 Naylor, William-129, 176 Nead, Thomas-68 Neale, William-68 Nebolsky, Paula-68 Neiheisel, Betty-68, 174 Nelomo, Henry-279 Nelson, Al-257,278, 282,310 Nelson, Ronald-311 Neuforth, Dick-311 Neuhausel, Nick-275 Neuman, Jackie-238 Neville, Allen-310 Neville, Bruce-244 Neville, Frieda-68 Nervin, Joseph-68,177, 205 Newbauer, Tom-68 Newberry, Dean-162, 174,233,291,343 Newcomer, Lynn-232 Newhouse, I udie-284 Newman, Candace-233 Newman, George-68 Newman, Philip-68 Newstedt, Robert-261 Nicholas, Nicky-233 Nichols, Jim-323 Nickles, George-269 Nieman, Dale-68,205. 215,244,245 Nieman, Don-261 Niemczyk, Marti-159, 230 Niemcyzk, M ary-231 Niemeier, Leo- 1 95 Niemes, Roy-212,334 Niemeyer, Allan-244. 245 Nier, Lenore-285 Niesel, Margaret-68 Niesz, Judith-68,231 Nieier, Ralph-68,244 Nimmo, Jim-68 Niswonger, Kathleen- 170 Nitzley, Roma-284 Noble, Rick-265 Nocheck, Carol-234 Noelcke, Ralph-68 Noell, David-291 Nolan, Cheryl-239 Noland, Mike-138, 144, 150,277 Nolte, Karen-230 Nooe, Molly-235 Nordman, J oseph-249 Norr, Susan-238 North, David-249 Norton, Charles-163, 254 Norton, John-68,251, 291 Nosker, Richard-205 Novello, Vivia-68 Nuber, Rick-269 Nugent, John-253 Nugent, Robert-68 Nulsen, Sharon-235 Nunn, Merilynn-229 Nunn, Nancy-229 Nusker, Richard-175 Nuttle, Tom-25 9 Oberlin, David-68, 140,166,168,180,182, 215,275 O'Brien, Bob-253 O'Brien, Tom-68 O'Connell, Jo-239 O'Conner, Bruce-205 O'Conner, Irene-193 O'Connor, Reeni-188 O'Driscoll, Donald-68 Oestlander, Harvey-68 Oettinger, Judy-68,232 Oettinger, Murr-68 Offutt, Manly-68 O'Hair, Kathleen-195 O'Hara, Dennis-68 O'Hara, Pat-214 O'Hatnick, Bob-258 Ohl, Bill-269 OHmart, Cliff-260 Ohr, Robert-68 Oldham, Linda-239 Olds, Clifton-271 Oliver, Bruce-68,207, 251 Oliver, Carol-68.233 Olpp, Jack-69,186 Olson, Daniel-276 Olson, Sally-216,230 Oltz, Charles-311 O'Neil, Betsy-237 O'Neil, Jana-69 O'Neil, Laurie-237 O'Neil1, William-69 Onken, Kathy-233,328 Oram, Dave-260 Orlemann, Nikki-229 Ormsby, M.-275 Orth, Bill-163,276 Osberger, John-139 Osberger, Judi-239 Osborne. Donna-286 Osher, Tom-266 Osterweil, John-69 Ostholthoff. Dana-229 Ostrander, Pat-234 Oswald, Bob-274 Ottavani, Joe-147,188, 207,264 Ottaviani, Linda-163. 232 Overholser, Steve-282 Overtoom, Gail-240 Owens, Brigman-279, 310 Pabst, Marilyn-236 Pace, Tom-249 Packard, David-69 Pahner, Phil-69 Palasek, Clarie-69,214 234 Palasek, Ralph-69 Palmer, John-275 Palmiter, Bill-192,193 Pandorf, Anita-230 v Papesch, Margaret- 69,233 Par, Diane-69 Parada, Malcolm-69 Parasiliti, Marilyn-235, 328 Parker, John-311 Parker, Lawrence-276 Parkes, Sandra-69 Parra, Carol-69 Parsons, Mark-257 Parton, David-69 Pascarella, Carl-69,251 Pascucci, John-257 Patrick, David-178 Patterson, Jane-69 Patterson, Louis-69 Patterson, Mary-69,241 Patterson, Sandy-170, 188,210 Patton, Juanita-69, 179 Patton, Mike-251 Paul, Bonnie-69,235 Paul, Diana-69,237 Paul, Don-185,186 Paul, Lawerence-69 Paul, Terry-266 Paulson, Judy-148. 170,237 Payne. Charles-291 Peace, Diana-240 Pearlman, Mike-263 Pederson, Pat-186 Pegg, Bill-175,251 Pekel, Ginger-236 Pelepis, Tonbe-266 Pellens, Sandy-231 Pellman, Nancy-239 Pellow, James-270 Pencil, Linda-69,174 Penn. John-248 Pennington, Pat-188. 239 Perdriz, Roger-310 Perkins, Tim-244 Perloff, Bonnie-216,238 Perret, Martin-331 Perrino. Rosemary-69. 170 Pesci, Bob-69 Peter, Albert-69 Peter, John-259 Peter, Larry-259 Petering, Jody-194 Petering, Marilyn-194 Peterman, Loyal-150, 276 Peters, Arthur-193 Peters, Bill-265 Peters, Dale-269 Peters, Dave-276 Peters, J. Robert-272 Peterson, Barry-69 Peterson, Dan-253 Pfaff, Michael-291 Pffaffer, Mike-266 Pfeiffer, Bill-261 Pfiester, Lynn-229 Pfleger, Lowell-69 Phillips, Kathy-328 Phillips, Robert-282 Phillips, William-69 Pickett, John-70 Pickus, Howard-70.277 Piebig, David-177 Pilder, Karen-70 Pilzer, Judy-158,286 Pinales, Martin-70 Piper, Vic-272,326 Pitstick, Jerry-70 Pittenger, Fred-70,247 Pizzo, Dea-7O,176,216, 239 Plagata, Ernesto-190 Platt, Charles-70 Platt, Michael-256 Platz, Peter-269 Plogman. Garry-259 Plohr, Alane-236 Plotnick, Harry-279 Peostup, Gill-284 Pohlman, Dotti-233 Points, Dan-310 Poll, Joanne-284 Pollitt, Bob-252 Pool, Caroline-233 Pooman, John-152 Pope, Bobbi-170 Pope, M ary-70 Popp, Diane-235 Popp, John-276 POPP, Martin-181,273, 274 Porges, Ron-267 Porter, Barb-196,214 Porter, Hayden-243 Porter, Joseph-70 Porter, Sallie-70 Postich, Steve-311 Pothier, John-70,291 Potrafke, Harold-70 Potts, Carol-230 Powell, Allan-253 Powell, Kevin-215,271, 291 Powell, Newt-215,255 Powers, Jon-282 Powers, Steve-70 Pratte, John-70,250 Preiser, Suzanne-163 Pressler, Rick-249 Preziose, Mike-277 Price, Carol-70,230 Price, Grover-275 Price, J udy-70 Price, Robert-274 Price, Vanessa-233 Prisby, Erroll-310 Pritchard, George-249 Proctor, Neil-256 Proctor, Rosemary-328, 332 Profitt, Michael-70, 264 Proops, Jay-70 Prosser. Frances-70 Pryor, Jane-70,212 Pryor, Judy-70 Puck, Joan-152 Puff, Gerald-70.202 Pullins, Wayne-245 Purcell, Jim-259 Purdom, Connie-286 Purdy. Carol-70,174 Purdy. Paula-70 Purdy. Polly-237.328 Quigley, James-70 Quimby. Allen-70,l44. 160,168 Quinlan. David-252 Quinn, Donald-70 Ouitter. Carlton-70 Quisenberry, Carol- 132.236 Raab. Stephen-70 Raabe. Valerie-181. 190.231 Raaf, Linda-237 Rabe, Judy-209,239 Rabe, Karin-188 Rabe, Laura-328 Rabin. Ron-266 Rackford, Nick-257 Radcliffe. Ann-190,229 Radcliffe, John-251 Rader, David-188.265 Radzivilover, Gloria- 71,206,238,29l Radkey, Phil-328 Radung, Martin-71 Rae, Helen-232 Rahm, Adolf-71 Raimer, John-71,207, 247 Rainey, Thomas-71 Raitt, Bonnie-236 Ralston, Don-260 Rambo, Mary-71 Ramseier, Gertrude- 71,151 Ramsey, James-200 Ramsey. Ronald-71,204 Raney, Nancy-71 Ransick, Alan-331 STUDENT INDEX Ransick, June-71 Rapaper, Marshal-266 Rapoport, Melvin-71 Rapp, Nancy-181,235 Rasmussen, Lee-249 Rasper, Vincent-215, 243 Rathman, Carol-176 Rathkamp, John-250 Rauch, Sharon-71,212 Rauckhorst, Carol-231 Rauh, Fred-251 Rausch, Pattye-217,231 Rawdon, Bob-259 Ray, Alex-263 Ray, John-71,209 Ray, Robert-71 Raymond, Joan-229 Razinger, Anita-286 Read, Barbara-151,180. 188 Reams, Lee Roy-71 Reck, James-71 Recker, Donna-71 Reckman, Arlene- 144,230 Redecker, George-245 Reece, John-71 Reed, Earl-71 Reed, Lowell-71 Reed, Peyton-328,348 Reemelin, Mary Jane- 235 Rees, George-269 Reese, Gloria-71 Reesey, Richard-249 Reeves, Mary Sue-240 Regensburger, Carol- 232 Rehn, Michael-245 Reiber, Tom-71,249 Reich. Thomas-163.276 Reicher, Mel-71,263 Reichert, Carl-71,291 Reichert. Jim-258 Reichert, Sally-230 Reidel, Larry-71 Reif. Georgia-71.234 Reigle, Denny-273 Reik. Kim-254 Reiner, Philip-71 Reinschmidt. Jim-265 Reisenfeld, Herbert-71 Reiter, Suzie-230 Rekstis, Jack-311 Rekstis, Pete-310 Renaker. Phillip-247 Rend, Barbara-181 Rendall, Geoff-253 Rennard. Don-250 Renner, Ernie-258 Renner, Eric-71 Reseter, Al-311 Ressler. Philip-71 Rettig, Evelyn-158.170 Retzler, Ron-249 Rexford. John-217, 268,269 Reynolds, Bob-311 Rhine, Michael-71 Rhoades, Jan-233 Rhoads. Mary-232 Rhode, Bill-265 Rheude. Gene-328 Ribarsky, Bill-275 Ricaud, Bob-259 Rice, Jim-71,271 Rice, Lynne-186 Richard, Peter-259 Richards, Ruthann-174 Richardson, Ann-162, 328 Richardson, Delton- 328,348 Richardson, Robert- 251 Richman, Paul-72 Richmond, Linda-71 Richmond, Nancy-71 Richmond, Robert-72 Richshafer, Howard- 266 STUDENT INDEX Richer, Robert-72 Rickard, Mary Ann- 240 Ricketts, Don-274 Riddell, Cherles-72 Riddle, Judith-72 Riddlebarger, Larry-72 Ridings, Robert-269 Riechman, Geraldine- 72 Riedinger, Ed-260 Riedmiller, Rick-265 Riehle, James-72 Riehle, Nancy-72 Riemenschneider, Don -196 Riesenbeck, Sarah-236 Riley, Nancy-211 Rinaldi, Lorenzo-25 3 Ring, Donna-209,230 Ringhauser, Judith-72 Ringwald, Ellie-72,91, 140,146,151,165,190, 212,235 Riopelle, Joe-72,246 Ripley, Mike-253 Rite, Richard-328 Rothenbush, Chuck- 264 Ritter, Dave-72,l43, 166,180,182,266 Ritter, Susan-179 Ritz, Linda-284 Ritz, Michael-252 Rlavens, J ohn-270 Robb, Dan-72 Robbins, Pat-328 Robinson, James-348 Roberts, Daniel-72,326 Roberts, Janice-72 Roberts, Ron-72,l96, 253,289 Robeson, Bud-273 Robins, Bobbie-186 Robins, Sharon-186 Robinson, James-190, 192,197,275,328 Robinson, Mary-237, 328 Robinson, Pat-186 Robinson, Tom-271 Robisch, Jean-232 Robson, John-245 Rocca, Carol-72,176 Rockwood, Frances- 72,239 Roden, Beth-240 Rodgers, Ken-72 Rodocker, George-275 Rodosovich, Ted-310 Roe, Howdy-282 Roeder, Dave-310 Roesner, Nancy-72,170 Roettger, Carolyn-179 Rogers, Curt-311 Roesner, Nacy-188,210 Rogers, Cheryl-284 Rogers, Irene-72 Rohr, Charles-245 Rohr, Marjorie-72 Rohr, Ralph-247 Rohrer, Patsy-179 Rolf, Mike-323 Rolfert, J udy-72,209 Rollings, John-273 Romanello, Pam-239 Rominger, Harold-72 Rooney, Carol-237 Roos, George-328 Rose, Barb-212,287 Rose, Becky-233 Rose, J eanette-7 2 Rose, Ridley-266 Rose, Sharon-190 Rose, Stuart-72,263 Roseman, Bobbi-284 Rosen, Errol-266 Rosenberg, Peggy-7 2, 47 Rosenzweig, Robert- 72 Rosin, David-266 Ross, Barry-72 Ross, David-209 Ross, Don-25 3 Ross, Joe-266 Rote, David-247 Roth, Lynne-7 3 Roth, Walter-73 Rotte, Bruce-249 Rotte, David-206 Rosseau, Janice-146, 241 Routzon g, J udy-73 ,237 Rowan, Mar garet-7 3 Rowwer, J eannie-237 Rubiniter, Neil-266 Ruben, Donald-73 Rubinoif, Arlene-185, 18 6, 194.286 Rudisell, Earl-73 Rudman, Shelly- 1 86, 238 Ruehl, David-245 Ruehl, Karen-73,235 Ruehlman, Grayce-73 Ruehlman, Susan-163, 240 Rumple, Paul-291 Runions, Connie-174, 178 Runtz, Bonnie-73 Runyon, Guy-266 Rupp, Rodney-328,348 Rupprecht, Roberta- 229 Rush, David-253 Rush, Richard-328 Rush, William-249 Rushing, Richard-73, 282 Russakov, Charles-73, 143,282 Russell, Beverly-231, 291 Russell, Glenn-291 Russell, John-268 Russell, Nancy-73 Russell, Ronald-288 Russo, Patrick-73,202 Rutman, Anita-73 Ruwe, Sandra-73 Ryan, Keary-311 Ryan, Pat-73,158,174, 343 Ryan, Sharon-151,229, 328 Saar, William-73 Sadow, Richard-163, 215,262 Sagmaster, Susan-146, 156,170,173,180,181, 233 St. Martin, Elmore-78 Saksa, Stevellen-73 Salatin, J ean-73 Sale, John-73,207 Salis, Bill-266 Sams, Ken-328,348 Samuelson, Ted-266 Sand, Maureen-7 3 Sand, Robert-73 Sander, John-73 Sanders, Donald L.-73 Sanders, J oseph-28 8 Sanders, Sally-231 Sandler, Randy-266 Sandman, Judy-195 Sandman, Russ-186 Sando, Ronald-73 Sanford, Norman-73, 25 1,328 Sanner, Glenn-244,245 Sanning, Thomas-73 Sansone, Fred-73 Sansotta, Nancy-18 6 23 6 Sapadin, Gerry-73, 140, 166,168,180,182, 212,266,3 34 Sarles, Judie-73 Sass, Cornelia-194 Sauer, Bonnie-74,151, 214 Sauer, Gail-74 Sayler, Jim-248 Saulsbuby, Harry-74 Sawits, Pete-263 Sawitzko-Lipski, Margaret-328 Sawyer, David-25 3 Sawyer, Lauralee-239 Sayler, Jim-164,168 Sayman, Dennis-74 Scaffer, Gene-74 Scanlan, Mary Jean- 74,239 Scarborough, Nancy-74 Scarloto, Jerry-31 1 Schaal, Melody-232 Schackelford, Jeanne- 185,186,229 Schaen, Ethel-238 Schalfer, William-74, 176,177 Schamp, Mike-261 Schapiro, Stuart-266 Schatz, Barbara-232 Schatz, Rick Schaub, J oanne-74 Schauder, Stephen-74 Scheider, Martin-74, 288,289 Schenkel, James-214, 266 Schenkel, M artin-214 Schenz, Royden-74 Scheper, Donna Schepman, Beth-237 Schepman, Vicki-23 7 Scherman, Cr ai g-25 9 Schermerhorn, Dennis- 253 Schick, Holly-237,328 Schilling, Kenneth-74 Schimpf, Carol-74 Schira, Mike-74, 177 Schlenck, Sandr a-23 9 Schletker, Terri-231 Schleyer, Michael-178 Schlotman, David-255 Schlotman, J udith-74 Schloss, Milton-208 Schlueter, Herman-74 Schroeder, John-3 31 Schroeder, Paul-75 Schroeder, Tina-233 Schroeder, William-75, 264,265 Schroer, Ed-255 Schroer, I ames-75 Schroer, Robert-75 Schrotel, I ohn-75 Schubert, Arthur-93 Schuck, Harold-75, 271,331 Schuerman, Don-138, 144,164,166,168,171, 175,180,182,188,265 Schulerini, Ricardo- 258 Schulte, Dave-277 Schulte, Edward-75 Schulte, James-148, 209,277 Schulten, Trysie-217, 239 Schumacher, Gary-273 Schumacher, Steve-266 Schumacher, Thomas- 75 Schumann, Doris-240 Schutte, Arthur-75 Schutte, Robert-328, 348 Schutzler, Tom-276 Schwab, David-75 Schmaltz, Steve-171, 175,199,201,265 Schmerber, Don-208 Schmidt, Jan-74,216, 23 3 Schmidt, Ruth-328 Schmidt, Sandra-74 Schmidt, Stanley-328 Schneider, Carolyn- 23 7 Schneider, Cecelia-74 Schneider, Dan-74, 201,257 Schneider, George-267 Schneider, John-267 Schneider, Rosalind- 23 0 Schnittgerve, Bob-25 9 Schnyder, B ill- 1 3 8, 15 0,2 15 ,277 Schoenbach, Alan-263 Schoenb ach, Sandy-263 Schoenberger, J oyce- 74, 1 65 ,229 Schoenfeld, Fred-27 6 Schoenfeld, Sue-74, 23 8 Schott, Ruth-74,216 Schott, Susan-74 Schott, Tom-190,250 Schrand, Victor-74 Schreckengost, Carol- 74 Schroder, Penny-74 Schroeder, Anne-229 Schroeder, Douglas-74 Schroeder, Helga-74, 23 3 Schroeder, J anet-75 Schroeder, J ames-74, 203 Schroeder J an-75 ,23 0 Schwab, Jim-180,182, 215,249 Schwain, Dave-158,258 Schwain, Joyce-328 Schwallie, Sandi-181, 229 Schwanekamp, Mary- 146,170,181,186 Schwartz, Bill-207 Schwartz, Roger-75,207 Schwartz, Wilbert-75, 274 Schweinkert, David-75 Schweitzer, Steve-3 1 1 Scolnick, Alan-75 Scott, Fredrick-75 Scott, Nancy-229 Scott, Norma-209,235, 286,291,343 Scott, Rich-265 Scott, Suzanne-170,231 Sears, Dick-274 Sebastian, Henry-75 Seda, Angelo-75 Sedgwick, Allen-247 Sedgwick, J im-75 ,207 Sefton, Robert-282 Segal, Paul-266 Seibel, Jim-158,186, 275 Seibert, Bill-258 Seibert, J oe-25 8 Seidenman, Mike-263 Seifert, Tom-75,147, 215,249 Seifert, Sheila-176 Seifried, Mark-288 Seifried, Roger-75,138, 163,276 Seivel, Jim-185 Sekinger, Helen-75, 165,180,237,261,292 Selander, Paul-75,251 Selbert, James-249 Selbert, Harmon-75 Selig, Phillip-266 Selman, Gina Ann-75 Selman, Yusuf-75 Semon, Richard-270 271 Semple, Dick-251 Sensbach, Judith-231, 3 28 Seveke, Rod-242 Sewell, Lela-193 Seybert, J anet-170, 1 8 1 , 1 86 Seymour, James-25 2 Shade, Diana-75 Shaffer, Dan-25 4 Shaffer, Melanie-75 Shafie, Amin-75 Shaneberger, Roy-25 5 Shank, Donna-232 Shank, Jon-75,310 Shank, Lucy-163 Shank, Sandy-232 Shannon, Sally-75 Shannon, Sharon-76, 284 Shapiro, Edward-328 Shapiro, Robert-76 Shapiro, Stu-153,266 Sharp, Dave-265 Shaut, Frank-76,212, 310,333 Shaw, Harrel-76 Shaw, Joe-310 Sheets, 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Barbara-78 Stefanski, James-217, 246,247 Stegman, Betty Lou-231 Stein, Chickie-78,140, 146,165,180,216,238 Stein, Jay-266 Stein, Pete-266 Steinau, Rob-249 Steinburg, Barry-78 Steiner, Bruce-150, 276,277 Steiner, Judi-239 Steinhouser, Bob-310 Steinmetz, Joyce-230 Steinriede, Donna-217, 233 Stempsey, Randall-274 Stenger, Bebe-229 Stephan, William-78 Stephens, Terry-78, 151,212,287 Stephenson, Mary Jane -186 Stergiopoulos, William -265 Sterling, Harry-265 Stern, Alan-194 Stern, Eileen-158,286 Stern, Joseph-282 Stern, Marlene-78 Stern, Milton-78 Sternberg, Bunny-238 Stevens, James-78 Stevens, Jim-276 Stevens, Ken-25 8 Stevens, Rise-239 Stevenson, Bob-328, 348 Stevenson, David-25 7 Stevenson, Deanna-78 Steves, David-249 Steves, Susan- 1 70, 1 8 1, 23 7 148,163,229,286,343 Stewart, Richard-275 Stickel, Tom-248 Stightz, Susan-284 Stiles, Roger-78 Stiller, Stu-275 Stinebelfer, Jeff-249, 323 Stith, J ohns-78 Stivender, Doris-78 Stivers, J erry-78,194 Stock, Bob-248 Stoddard, Dick-31 1 Stoms, Donna-240,291 Stonebraker, Dave-248 Suggs, Richard-260, 1 Stoppleman, Margaret- 78 Storn, Ronald-13 8, 276 Stots, Leroy-288 Stoutenborough, Ken- 78,254 Stoutenburgh, Susan- 23 3 Strader, Molly-240 Stram, Robert-78 Stran g, Larry-3 3 3 Strasser, Stretch-237 Straus, Michael-78 Strauss, Davie-247 Strauss, Larry-267 Stroebel, Gary-243 Stroop, Tim-25 0 Strong, Joann-23 6 Stuart, Susan- 1 5 1 ,2 1 2 Stubblefield, Eva-23 6 Stucker, Judy- 1 96 Stuckey, Sheila-78 Stuebing, Bobbi-230 Stuebing, Edward- 199,289 Stuebing, Mary-7 8 Stull, Ben-78 Sturn, Robert-247 Subler, Mike-282 Suerdick, Keith- 1 8 2, 19 8,282 Suhar, John-198 Sullivan, Cyde-288 Sullivan, I eannie-229 Sunderhaus, Steve-276 Sunderland, Beth-78, 23 7,287 Surface, David-25 1 Susskind, Stu-215,266 Swafford, Al-31 1 Swanda, Jim-310 Swartz, Lawrence-265 Swartzbaugh, Lois-7 9, 151 Swartzel, Pamela-79 Sway, Steve-7 9,266 Sweeney, Margaret- 23 3 Sweet, Ron-259 Swisshelm, Richard- 79,203,243 Swormstedt, Cathy- 232,291 Synadinos, Petros-79 Synch, Fredric-247 Tabakoff, Irma-233 Talbott, Bill-272,273 Talmadge, Thomas- 328 Tarvin, Ron-79,176, 204 Tate, John-137,288 Tate, William-196,357 Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylorl Taylor, Taylor, Bob-265.310 Carol-236 I Chuck-251 Dean-243 Dennis-79, 109 James-79 Jay-79,150, 176,277,289 Taylor, Jean-79 Taylor, Norma-190, 241 Taylor, Ralph-79,175, 175,205,289 Tayor, Earl-79 Teismann, Kevin-31 1 Teitz, Joyce-144,162 Teller, Anita-286 Tenkman, Edward-79 Tepe, Edward-79 Teperson, Richard-79 Tegperman, Stephen- 63 Terauds, Fred-79,212, 334 Terhar, Robert-79,177 Tevis, Barbara-79 Thalman, Cindy-284 Thayer, Doris-196 Thayer, Tom-265 Theryoung, Rich-182, 258,259 Thies, Judith-217,234 Thiess, Darlynne-143, 170,181,229 Tholke, William-202 Thoman, Karen-167, 216 Thomas, George-311 Thomas, Jon-276 Thompson, Bruce-242 Thompson, Dennis- 270 Thompson, Faith-79 Thompson, Frances-79 Thompson, James-328 Thompson, J udith-79 Thompson, Michael- 249 Thompson, Nancy-79, 231 Thompson, Sheila-328 Thornbury, Sarah-79, 239 Thornton, Hugh-79 Thorton, J ames-79 Throckmorton, David- 79,247 Tichenor, Scott-275 Tiemeyer, Ed-79 Tierney, Mathew-79 Timberman, Tim-25 9 Tinker, Marianne-236 Tippett, Peter-3 28 Tipton, Carol-3 26 Tipton, Daniel-7 9 Tipton, Gwendolyn- 79 Toberts, Sue-23 9 Tobin, Carol-23 8 Tobin, Kathy-23 9 Tobin, Sue-79 Tod, Gordon-79,176, 204,265 Todd, Gregory-25 2 Todd, Harvey-25 3 Todd, Robert-79 Toepfer, Allan-7 9,204 Tokarski, Dick-25 9, 288 Toland, Carl-328 Toliver, Paul-3 1 1 Tomberg, David-171, 266 Tomford, Carol-79, 185, 186 Toms, Robert-79 Tonkin, Diane-79 Tonweber, J oseph-79, 203 Toole, Butch-27 3 Topel, Richard-79 Topinka, John-79 Topper, Dorothy-79 Torbeck, John-288 Torgersin, Carol-174 Tortora, Jacki-23 9 Toth, George-79 Tower, Burk-175, 182, 249 Towles, Marty- 1 8 1, 192,212 Trachsel, Pat-170, 188,229 Tracy, George-291 Tracy, James-282 Tracy, Mary Ann-79, 239 Trainer, Judy-186 Translateru, Miriam- 194 Trautman, Marilyn- 23 1 Treen, Trudy-231 Trembling, Armand- 177 Trifilio, Sandie-159, 240 Trimble, Jerry-163, 171,182,251 Trimmer, David-79 Tripp, Russell-137 Trizzino, Ros-158,283 Tronstein, Lois-238 Trotter, Tom-182,265 Troutman, Barry-152 Troutvine, Franklin- 79 Trudicks, John-276 Trusty, Gary-79,246 Tubio, Arlene-284 Tuerck, Paul-249 Tuwrtscher, Dan-186, 255 Tuke, Carole-79,239 Tulich, Janice-79,192, 195 Tumulty, Keith-80 Turlson, Denyse-234 Tuntland, Gary-191 Tupman, Annette-80, 216,231 Turest, Sheryl-80 Turk, Jerry-342 Turner, Doug-276,277 Turner, Mike-31 1 Turner, Patricia-149, 343 Turner, Robert-80 Tuttle, Joe-80,215,274 Twehues, Barbara-80 Tyndall, Paul-272 Tyson, J ohn-242 Uckotter, Russell-333 Udis, Jeff-266 Ufford, Michael-245 Uhlhorn, Clemens-80 Uible, Susan-232 Ulery, Larry-277 Ullberg, Ingrid-80,284 Ullrich, Erwin-197 Ulrich, Rochelle-80 Unrine, George-80 Updike, James-255 Uram, Ronald-282 Usell, Raymond-80, 202 Utigard, Carolyn-80 Utz, Charles-80 Valacci, Johnny-253 Van Buren, Ken-310 Vance, Carolyn-15 3, 181 Vance, Marjorie-80, 237 Vandemark, Curtis-80 Vandergrilf, Sharon- 234 Vanderpool, James-80 Van Dusen, William- 8 1 Van Epps, Nancy-81, 237 Van Meter, J ames-81 Vaughn, Beth-192, 233,291 Vargosko, John-3 10 Vedder, Raymond-81 Vendeland, Stuart-81 Veneman, A. Lee-81 Venosa, Albert-273 Venosa, Pam-181,188, 239 Versurah, Vincent- 246,247 Victory, Marilyn-286 Vieregge, Kaspar-190 Vieson, J ohn-205 ,247 Vieson, Pat-195 Vinacke, Bill-261 STUDENT INDEX Vlachos, Ann-156, 158,283 Vockell, I ames-249 Vogelgesang, Bruce- 81,254,310 Vogel gesang, Paul-81, 160 Vollbracht, Paul-231 Volz, Gary-207 Vonado, David-197 Von Feldt, Bill-259 Von Landberg, Rudy- 215,256 Voorhis, Don-250 Vordenburg, Lloyd-81 Vorherr, Philip-81 Voss, Edward-81 Voss, Robert-81 Vu, Khoi-282 Vulcheff, Christine-81 Vzodony, Rudy-31 1 Wacksman, Jeff-266 Waddell, Clyde-137, 251 Waddell, Paul-242 Wagner, Dick-268 Wagner, Glen-242 Wagner, J ane-81 Wagner, Marcia-81, 232,238 Wagner, Pete-249,259 Wagner, Tom-255 Wahl, Steve-247 Wainseat, Bob-247 Waits, Carolyn-170, 236,284 Waits, Tom-275 Walbrun, Donnie-81 Walker, Bill-264 Walker, Cecil-81 Walker, Don-81 Walker, Larry-247 Walker, Lee-179 Walker, Margaret-186 Walker, Myrna-241 Walker, Rick-273 Walker, Sharon-239 Walker, Stephen T.- 81,278 Walker, Stephen A.- 81,278 Walkley, Suzanne-81 Wallace, George-81 Wallace, Hugh-243 Wallace, William-279 Walsh, Dick-267 Walter, David-81 Walter, Mary-81 Walter, Nancy-81 Walters, James-270 Walters, Jill-232,284 Walton, John-81,175, 205 Walton, Ron-331 Walz, Norbert-81 Walz, Roger-310 Warburg, Loren-254 Ward, Myra-186,196 Ward, Ronald-81 Ward, Suzanne-234 Waring, Michael-282, 328 Warner, Connie-81, 233 Warner, Doug-311 Warrick, William-288 Washabaugh, Inez-81, 185,186 Wasson, Evelyn-82 Watanabe, Carol-82, 149,209 Waters, William-25 4 Watkins, Adaline-82 Watkins, Stanley-82 Watkins, Tom-138, 180,190,207,264,265 Watson, Fred-82 Watson, Hubert-279 Watson, Ron-352 Watson, Sam-288 Watts, Jane-82 Weales, Janie-209,231 Weaver, Kathy- 1 8 1, 188,237 Webb, Bob-260 Weber, Andy-266 Weber Carol-192,196 Weber Jerry-82,254, 310 Weber, Nicholas-82 Weber, Steve-82,160 Wedig, Daniel-82 Wedig, Lois-231 Wedig, Marellene-195 Weed, Dean-25 3 Weekley, Melissa-82 Wegand, Glenn-217 Wegelin, Victor-194 Wehby, Hypha-234 Weidig, Carol-216,230 Weidner, Paul-323 Weigel, Jan-230 Weigel, Vicki-194 Weiffenback, Cynthia- 231,284 Weiler, Jim-82 Weinberg, Kenneth- 252 Weinberg, Stephen- 217,268 Weiner, David-147 Weiner, Tom-311 Weinstein, Hattie-82, 286 Weisbrodt, Norman- 201,23 1 Weisel, Eddie-266 Weiser, Lawarence-8 2 Weiskittel, Earl-82 Weiss, Jerry-82 Weiss, Judith-82 Weiss, Ruth-82 Weissmann, J ohn-243 Weissmann, Scott-244 Weithley, Randy-265 Welch, Ronald-207 Welch, Bob-310 Welling, Jerry-204 Wellmann, Heinz- 1 90 Wellnitz, Joe-82,242, 243 Wells, John-82,272 Welsh, Lee-25 3 Welsh, Woody-82,276 Welty, Jim-82,348 Wendell, Kay-328 Wendling, John-82 Wenger, Philip-82 Wentick, Helen-230 Wenzel, Nancy-82,229 Werner, Robert-113, 137 Wergowski, William- 113,115,138 Werner, John-82,254 Wernicke, Ken-82 Wertheimer, J ane-195 Wesley, Don-82,291 Wessel, Marty-82,138, 145,151,229,293 Wessel, Nick-261 Wessel, Ron-82,277 West, John-257,278 West, Stephen-82,207 Westerkamp, Bob-25 5 Westerhelweg, Eileen- 82 Westland, Ed-277 Weyand, Glenn-247 Wharton, Dan-83,261 Wheeler, J udy-28 4 Whetzel, Wendy-240 Whipple, Guy-83,172, 203 White, Ed-83,177,200 White, Gregory-291 White, Kathleen-83 White, Linda-83,235, 328 Whitehurst, Mary- 181,237 Whiting, David-249 Whitman, R. 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"There goes another one of those guys they feature in the CINCINNATIAN adsf, fThejv 're Very Inexp 1 The contributors to the 1964 CINCINNATIAN's final form range from professional people to room-mates who assisted with the final deadline push. Although the space is really too brief, this is the appropriate place to extend our gratitude to those most prominent in the production of this yearbook. First and foremost among these is our perennial printing representative, Ed Hackleman, and his sidekick Ralph Van Dyke, as well as Juanita Cunning- ham of the Hannibal plant. An equally important contribu- tor to the tone of this book is Jack Bundy, our cover rep- resentative who gave us technical advice on cover design. A new addition to the CINCINNATIAN family this year, our peripatetic photographer Walt Burton, altemately gave us heart failure and incomparably fine photographs. For our uniformly excellent senior portraits we thank Norman Bush and the Shillito Reflex Studio. 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University of Cincinnati - Cincinnatian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1

1966

University of Cincinnati - Cincinnatian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

1967

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