University of Denver - Kynewisbok Yearbook (Denver, CO)

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iwiiBnamnmnnnniii;:: ;;»R;!nmt{fflmffim88iraiU10UBR9«n«ni1i!U!l!!l!!!21!iyniin!!!l!!!!!l!l!i!!l!l: ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' il 1 ii ' iranjTnfflirannniraiiJli r 19S1 KyNEWIfBOK Editor . . . Patti Jo Hoffman Art Editor . . . Larry Rickards University of Denver Denver, Colorado Published by the All- University Student Association 1951 CONTENTS Dedication 4 Chancellor Jacobs 6 Student Government 22 Publications 29 Classes 37 Athletics 97 Greeks 145 Clubs and Honoraries 211 Student Life 297 I I ■ I i...i r.:i;:;;;;);»»M»»!iimimmHnHHm)mn!Hn!H!!i!m!(!)Ji!iiiiiiin»!itlt!ii!tn!ilii m i U H ' " ;iiiil!t!iti !!!!ii! i!ili!mitti;: DEDICATION Alfred, the Songster The signal honor conferred upon you by our students in dedicating this 1951 Kynewisbok to you is one in which all of us associated with you take pride and pleasure. Those who work with you know that there is no one more earnestly and sincerely dedicated to the service of the students, and thereby to the service of the University. It is the sincere hope of all of us that you will continue for many years to supply to future generations of University of Denver Pioneers the loyalty and inspiration which has inspired this dedication. Daniel Feder, Dean of Students The students of Denver University are indeed fortunate to have such an individual as you. Your sinceie interest in your every undertaking has gained deserved admiration from thousands of Denver students. Your fine sense of humor and leadership has been a constant inspiration to all those who have had the pleasure of working with you. Don Henke, President, ISC Serafin set for a promotion trip. Good Lord ' Not onothcr meeting z. ' -- - ' . r CHANCELLOR JACOBS A General, A Chancellor, a prize-winning design DU ' s Firjt Family The successful completion of Chancellor Albert C. Jacob ' s first year at DU was marked by an anniversary dinner on November 18, 1950. The banquet, held in DU ' s new Student Union, was attended by eminent leaders in education, government and business from all parts of the Rocky Mountain empire. National attention was focused on the University of Denver when the new Chancellor came to DU to begin his task of raising the University to academic leadership in the nation. Previously, at Columbia University, Chancellor Jacobs had been assistant to President Dwighl D. Eisenhower. The confidence the students place in their Chancellor is well justified. They look to him with pride and respect as he increases his efforts to make our University responsible for the guidance of the destinies of future leaders of our nation. Under the leadership of Chancellor Jacobs, the University of Denver has the greatest opportunity in its history to make its outstanding contributions to the welfare of mankind. Chancellor Jacobs dressed for Homecoming Assembly BUILDING PROGRESS One important phase of our university ' s great post-war expansion can be seen in the fine, new buildings that have risen since the war. These buildings include the new Buzad Building, the new Student Union, the seven new apartment buildings and eleven new fraternity and sorority houses. New UPC Student Union. ' ;;iiiuii)i)iitiiiiiiiiiiii ii«iiJii(ll)itiim»»tiMtt Dedication ceremoniej at the New Union. The new and the old — DU ' s housing development -SP 4 { ::: H. Relaxation hour in a new dorm lounge BOARD OF TRUSTEES It is this twenty-eight-man Board of Trustees that selects our Chancellor, our Deans and governs most of the school ' s financial affairs. The Board of Trustees must find the ways to make the new University Fieldhouse pay for itself and it is responsible to the Federal Housing Authority for payments on the new housing development and the Student Union. The board, with the Chancelor, the Deans and the University Treasurer, determines the University ' s " financial fate. " The board elects its own members in classes of seven each, for four-year terms. Between sessions of the board, its powers and functions are vested in a committee of seven, known as the Executive Committee. Bob Selig is the dynamic, hard-working President of the board. Each member is an outstanding contributor to his community, willing to devote many hours of his valuable time to the future of this University. Seated: J. Stanley Edwards, Alfred C. Nelson, I. F. Downer, Mrs. Ainslie Whymon Albert C Jacobs, Evelyn Hosmer, Judge J. Foster Symes. Row 2. Gerald Peters, S. Arthur Henry John Evans, Jr., Albert Gould, Lee Moe, Robert Kohn, Roger Knight, Jr., Robert Selig Henry Van Schaack, Morrison Shafroth, ErI Ellis. Robert Selig, President of the Board of Trustees BHBimniBainnBfln .L It is the Dean ' s Council, composed of the deans of the colleges and the Vice-Chancellor, in cooperation with the Chancellor which determine the academ ic and administrative policies of the university. The Dean ' s Council has worked in the past few years to bring to our university such progressive measures as our new student housing development,- the new field house,- the new business Administration building,- the new health plan, and the research bureau. This council is now working to increase our university ' s endowment fund and to raise faculty salaries to compete with any university in the nation. It is the actions of this council and the Chancellor that has built the University of Denver ' s reputation for freedom, liberalism and high academic standings. It is this body, together with the alumni and the student body, that will carry DU ' s reputation into the future and see that our Alma Mater retains and advances its high ideas. DEANS ' COUNCIL Seated Donicl D. Feder, Evelyn Hosmer, Alfred Nelson, Albert Jacobs, Ben Cherrlngton, Dorothy Visochin Row 2 ErI Ellis, Cecil Puckett, Robert Horron, Gordon Johnston, Clarence Knudson, Lloyd Gorrison, Richard Purcell. ARTS AND SCIENCE The College of Aris and Science, oldest college in the university, has long upheld a tradition of scholarship, high standards and integrity in the academic world. Molder of tomorrow ' s leaders, tomorrow ' s teachers, social workers, psychologists, actors, artists and pioneers in every field, the College of Arts and Science remains the educational high-point of the Rocky Mountains. Within the A8rS College are departments and schools known throughout the nation .... the Social Science Foundation .... the Radio and Theatre departments .... the school of Sanitary Science .... the schools of Education and Psychology. ' aoH ■Hlfli BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Today the University of Denver boasts one of the fastest growing, most progressive colleges of Business Administration in the country. National attention has come to the college not only for its new building and facilities but for such outstanding schools as the Aeronautics School, the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management and the Retailing School. Buiinets Low prof pulls o Monday morning test. Located in the heart of down-town Denver the Buzad school possesses that something called " school spirit " that makes a good college a great college. - a Mm ENGINEERING Careful you don ' t put too much in. i Engineers relax in their Snack Bar The College of Engineering has been a separate college only since 1941. In these ten years it has developed one of the finest Engineering schools in the region. The College of Engineering now gives four engineering degrees, chemical, civil, electrical and mechanical. For the first time this year all of the departments in the college are accredited by the Engineer ' s Council for " professional development. " Such annual events as Ihe Engineer ' s Carnival and the Engineer ' s Dance have made Ihe college an important and integral part of our university. B T? LAW This library is where they spend all their waking hours — and some of their sleeping ones too. Our College of Law, opened in 1892, fully approved by all law school accrediting agencies, is favorably known Ihroughout Ihe nation. Its astonishing growth since the last war has been equalled in terms of percentage by very few law schools. The students are trained not alone for the practice of law, but also fo-r positions of leadership in federal and state political offices, in industry and in all phases of community service. ■HRIIIUIIIIlllllir: " December additions to the law profession. r r .■ r ' x ' . P f n f i d v ir • r„ .j3_ jI-I:l1 i I Drawing its students from 31 states and territories, with alumni active in all parts oi the country, its influence is wide-spread. Fall quortcr Boord of Governors. t, vi ii ... r3ai-i-»»-.c-.i»r:n k3L5«-i;si -JfeK ' ' » " «=»t»EiSB£Sti; Faculty turns out for the basketball game. I Art faculty relaxes over coffee. FACULTY The core of every educatior al institution is, of course, the faculty; and Denver University is justly proud of the ir fine staff. Upon the shoulders of these men and women rest the responsibility of guiding as well as instructing the wandering herd commonly referred to as students. We cheer the valiant and stoic efforts of these people in their undaunted and tireless attempts in what must seem at times, a thankless task, for all too often the gap between student and instructor appears to be an insurmountable obstacle. Regardless of the discouraging efforts of the students, the faculty maintains the high standards in scholastics and general training in which the school takes pride. George Ball Ben Cherrington Ethel Truitt Marcelino Penuelas 20 Buzod feocherj foke time out behreen clones. Law proti eichonging cam iiMimii Never o dull moment for the Engineering faculty. Samuel Matcher Kathryn Koyser Ruth Underhill ' di li INTER-SCHOOL COUNCIL Dean Daniel D. Feder The University of Denver, today, is one of the few major educational institutions with a really powerful and responsible student government. This controlling body of all student affairs is the Inter-School Council. The Council has the power to deal with all student affairs and student organizations, and has the final authority in all matters dealing with the Student Union, the Cafeteria, the Book Store, and all student publications, student seating at athletic events, and all other clubs and organizations. The fees assessed each full-time, undergraduate student of the University to finance all-school activities is determined and apportioned by the Inter-School Council. This Council is composed of the Presidents of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Business Administration and Law, plus nine members elected from the colleges of the university, and six ex-officio members including the editors of the Clarion and the K-book, the Manager of Demonstrations, All-University Social Chairman and the two Presidents of AWS. Catherine Northrup " " " " • " " ililliliililiiiiiiiliM - itri ' - i Donald Henke Theo Wright Bessie Hastings Geraldine Patterson i a m James Coleman Paul Jennings Regino O ' Kone Patti Hottmon Stanley Johnson Harriett Gleason Steven Lorsen Robert Doy Mork Wiekhorst X Roymond Olson Bill Lockwood Hoi Pfeifer Working to govern the particular problems of the college of Arts and Science and the University Park Campus, the Campus Commission has as its main goal the promotion of understanding and co-operation between administration, faculty and students. The commission is made up of the President, the Vice President, and the Secretary-Treasurer of the four A S classes,- the Business Manager of Student Affairs and the President of the Associated Women Students, UPC. They strive to build greater unity between the two campuses by close work with the Commerce Commission. The Campus Commission sponsors special projects such as the decorations of the UPC campus during the Christmas holiday, and selects persons to fill the position of Assembly Chairman. President of the Campus Commission this year is hard-working Bob Day. Seated: Verna Hidy, Vice President; Al Serafin, Bob Day, President; P. J. Stuff, Secretory-Treasurer; Gerry Patterson. Row 2: Regino O ' Kone, Clifford Blevins, Warren Tomlinson, Jim Coleman, Steve Circuit, Patti Jo Hoffman, Hal Pfciffer, Klarriett Gleason. CAMPUS COMMISSION J IH COMMERCE COMMISSION Seated Betty Jone Laughlin, Secretary; Theo Wright, Vice President; Roy Olson, President, Linneo French, Bessie Hastings Perkins. Row 2 Jean Korr, George Brugger, Treasurer; Mark Weikhorst, Stan Davies, Don Henke, Mr. Carl Melzer, Dart Wright. The particular problems of a down-lown campus are those fhaJ face Ihe Commerce Commission. School spirit in the heart of a busy city and the co-ordination of the two campuses take most of the time of this energetic group. The commission now is tackling the problem of full use of the new Business Administration building and the problems of an old and far too crowded Student Union. The commission has sponsored a series of tea dances down-town and has arranged for the very successful Pep rallies and assemblies held on the Civic Center campus this year. The commission is composed of twenty members including the Pr esident of the College of Law, representatives from the Hotel and Restaurant Management school, the Library school, the Aeronautics school, the Architectural school and sundry representatives from Business Administration. President of this year ' s Commerce Commission is Ray Olson. The Engineers ' Commission is the governing body for the School of Engineering. It is responsible for the planning and direction — and success — of such annual events as the Engineer ' s Ball and the Engineer ' s Carnival. This commission also underwrites the Engineer ' s Snack Bar. The group is only three years old, but it has become one of the most active governing bodies on the campus. There are eight members on the commission; the Engineering School Officers, class officers and the President of Arts and Sciences, because many problems that the engineers face are shared by the College of Arts and Sciences. In the three years of its existence the Engineers ' Commission has done much to establish cooperation and understanding between faculty and students and to integrate the activities of the College of Engineering with those of the rest of the university. ENGINEERS ' COMMISSION ' m Ever wonder who decides that there ' ll be no food in the student lounge or who is to run the bakery in the Union? It is the student ' s Board of Governors of the Student Union that makes all decisions about the operation of the Unions and selects the administrative personnel who will run them. The problems of the great new University Park Campus Union rest with this board. It was their responsibility for establishing new and untried rules for the Union and adjusting and revising these rules to make the Union the smooth, efficiently run organization if is today. The Dean ' s Advisory Council tackles the problems that face both faculty and students. This group is composed of student leaders, the Chancellor, Dean of Students, Director of Student Activities and what other administrative or faculty leaders the Council wishes to invite. The Council meets in a strictly informal manner; no minutes are kept, no motions carried — in no way is free, frank discussion hindered. Problems are solved; lines of communication are opened. This unique experiment in student government and student-university cooperation is sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa, and the student members are members of ODK plus those who hold positions of leadership and trust in student activities. BOARD OF GOVERNORS Seated: Horrietf Glcoson, Al Scrotin, Fred Hendershot. Row 2: Williom Lcino, Catherine Northrup. Seated Cotherine Northrup, Donald Behrendsen, Mr. Wolter Fisher, Vice Chancellor Alfred Nelson, Chancellor Albert Jacobs, Robert Horron, Warren Tomlinson. Row 2 Linnea French, Bob ODonncll, Don Henkc, Don Elisha, Abdul Al-Habecb, Ste»e Larsen, Sid Alexander, Dave Woodring, Willard Leavcl, BrII Lockwood, Ruth Craig Row 3 Marilyn Johnson, Don Smith, Bob Day, Fred Hendershot, Jim Norland, Calvin McConnell, Roy Olson, Dove Brewer, Cloirc Cusick, Jane Newton. DEANS ' ADVISORY COUNCIL tSaLZiSS9 »X STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS COMMITTEE Seated: Al Serafin, Catherine Northrup. Row 2 Winnie Smith, Louise Watson. If is }he task of the Student Organizations committee to see that the hundred-odd clubs and organizations on the DU campus are serving the needs of the students, and following the rules established by their constitutions, and by the University- This committee also reviews all requests from clubs for permission to organize on campus. The committee is composed of a representative from Arts and Science, Business and Engineering,- the two AWS presidents and four staff members. All recommendations of the Student Organizations committee are submitted to ISC or the Dean ' s council. Seated: Theo Wright, Jean Karr, Bob O ' Donnell. Row 2: Catherine Northrup, Vcrna Hidy, Bill Hurst, Kay Blomberg, Winnie Smith. CALENDAR ANDi CERTIFICATION COMMITTEE Student government worries about attendance and finance of D.U. social events fall largely upon the shoulders of the Calendar and Certification Committee. Their task is scheduling the social events to avoid conflicts in time and place. The smooth management of the university ' s social life by this group of eleven students and four university staff members eliminates the confusion of impromptu affairs. This is the first year the Calendar and Certifications Committee has worked under the new system of " A " , " B " and " C " classifications of social events. K ' " " ' " ' wmm BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS |S«atc Sfon Dories, Jeon Korr, Dean Purcell, Elmo Scott Watson, Al Serofin. Kow 2: Patti Hoffman, Charles Do»is, Willa Hotcher, Warren Tomlinson, Peggy IHunt, Fiord Gilillond, Tom Sntbcrftr, Dtl Hilyord, Jock Allison, Frankii McCorty. All organizations and clubs at DU have their ruling bodies, and the publications are no exception. The Board of Publications gently guides the editorial policies of DU publications and keeps and controls their budgets. The major job of the board, however, is to appoint the editors of the Clarion, K-Book and other publications. Members of the board include the head of the Journalism Department, faculty members appointed by the Chancellor and a majority of student representatives elected by Inter-School Council. nwmmmcBsums castisxvsmKBBaaiSSSmte CLARION Worren Tomlinson, Editor. 5 Top Clorion Staff Members: Seated: Fran- kie McCarty, Assistant Editor. Standing: Jock Allison, Makeup Editor; Stan Dovies, CCC Editor; Jim Norland, Advertising Man- ager. News Staff: Seated: Chuck Davis, News Editor; Gene Salmon. Standing: Jane Haynes, John Dornberg, Assistant News Editor. Shades of Horace Greeley! Clarion staff members prop their eyelids open, put on the coffee pot and prepare fo pound out the lalesl campus scoops every Sunday and Wednesday night. 30 The ever-present reporters hound the news sources, write up their stories and then wait for the explosions that follow any grammatical errors or misspellings. Warren Tomlinson edited an exceptionally fine paper this year after having been editor of the Kynewisbok for two years. Campus coverage of news has been increased, with the emphasis on stories that will interest the largest number of students. ::i;i!!i;!i!i:iim: ' " iiUHillll SOCIETY STAFF: Seated Wanda Bowen, Society Editor, Row 2 Barbara Loggins, Doris Roberts, Ladine Moyberry, Ann Luscombe. S " Jews Stoft Seated Jerry Goodrum, News Editor, Arden Zaiier, Assistant News Editor Standing: Terry Eakin, fred Sorkin, £r» Shulkin, Herb Freedmon. Row I Greg Guinan, Gene Knupkc, Fri- day Sports Editor. Row 2 Wes French, Stu Shryer, Tuesday Sports Editor, Floris Davis. Row 3. Do»e Kohn, Gene Solmon, Jim Hughes, Austin Brown. !■ ■ !■! in Tl— Tl ' - " ' - ■. - T:««» -.:»»-i»x-. i ,-Kr=.-r it KYNEWISBOK Patti Jo Hoffman, Editor. Five to twenty people cut pictures,- fight over three type-writers,- wonder when they will do their home-work or write home to Mother,- paste pictures, discuss sex,- make lay-out sheets,- and worry about late copy, day and night in one small room in the basement of the old student union. From this bedlam a year-book is produced. Standing above the roar is Patti Jo Hoffman, editor-in-chief. With a plea and a snarl she manages to get some worK out of almost everyone. With a four-foot bull-whip she manages to drive the tourists to cover. im i-aiiiitiniiififfimi . r Bonnie Johnson, Assistant Sports Editor; Gene Knupke, Sports Editor. lOPY STAFF: Win Conroy, Jock Dice, Bill icofcl, Copy Editor; Betsy Amy, Jock Mehl, Dick lotnnicKscn. Editor Potti Jo Hoffman Ass ' t Editor Betsy Amy Art Editor Lorry Rickords Advisory Art Editor Ted Castor Copy Editor Bill Leavel Greek Editor Wm Conroy Organizations Editor Dick Soennichscn StoH Jock Dice, Jock Mehl Sports Editor Gene Knupke Ass ' t Sports Editor Bonnie Johnson Photo Editor Chorlcne Goldberg Photographers Bob LoGessc, Ed Moker, K. Lyndes Business Monoger Coroline Chenowcth Production Staff Sue Burritt, Lee Goedbar, Jock Nelson, Marge Tanner Lorry Rickords, Art Editor. The 1951 Kynewisbok is in your hands. The sJaff oi the K-Book will miss the paste-pots, the 12:00 coffee, the pressure of a dead-line hanging over their heads and a new feature will be added to their lives — sleep. They hope they can sleep with the feeling of a job well done. ..■ - ■»«.»».« ' .irT7TTO;fcklL ' »A ' J.-« j4 ' m«waa«B»t = - -. TgTg DENVER ENGINEER Four times every Y ar there comes from the murky depths of the College of Engineering a magazine written only as those few singular individuals in the engineering world can write. With the doubtful approval of the school this publication is circulated on the campus to the amazement of all concerned. We must give credit to the editor Floyd Gililland for his efforts, since it must be a great deal of work to find articles of scientific interest that appeal to the readers of the Engineer ' s jokes. Seated: Gene Frey, Business Manager; Deborah Hand, Secretary. Row 2; Floyd Gililland, Editor-in-chief. Seated: Fabian Peterson, Chorles Reid, Joseph Januszewski. Row 2: Hubert Jocobson, Martin Suehia, Robert Thomas, Robert Rutter. Seated: Virgil Gabel, Flovius Rowell, Richard Fix. Row 2; Bernard Mc- Carthy, Francis Mostin, Charles Simmons, Gilbert Draper. ::;i)m!tlT!i ' ;.iH;:!! " " - ' lff i-! ' iH-:i! " " - ' lff jr FOOTHILLS The journalistic talents of DU students and faculty are presented in Foothills, DU ' s literary magazine. Three times this year, editor Del Hilyard and his staff carefully screened the poetry, plays, short stories and novels submitted by future bards, and published the ones that met professional standards. In the brief four years of its life. Foothills has gained national recognition among college and university literary magazines, and has become a permanent institution at our university. Del Hilrord, Editor. ' i enn Huts, Astociote Editor, Del Hilyord, Editor. -- .. ,.m.. T. . w .m,=,m m ffiig -■,:y iIiaifTfWfc tMmfflt=— • ' •- ' ' D BOOK To the bewildered, befuddled and confused Freshman comes every fall a remarkable little volume known as the D Book. It contains the needed information about fraternities, sororities, clubs, school rules, regulations and traditions. It lacks only the locations of the drinking fountains and rest rooms. The D Book this year went to press under the guiding hand of Jack Allison, making its deadline in lime for fall registration and distribution to the Freshmen masses. To the staff of the D Book comes the satisfaction of knowing that once their book is out, the cloud of confusion that descends about every Freshman class is partially lifted. Editor-in-chief Allison. ' Mary Rccd Library. TJ I i TTi ri-, ' J KHH HSV ' : BCt .2 KZiH f t i Kr EIS K KT e £ :« jai«?K) u»«i £ijt n i; !? £L BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Patricia Johnson, Secretary; John Arnold, President; Lee Snyder, Treosurer; Mary Springer, Vice-President. ARTS AND SCIENCE: Betty Roberson, Secretary- Treasurer. ARTS AND SCIENCE: Clifford Blevins, President; Jayne Rankin, Vice-President. ENGINEERING: Roy Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer; Clifford Barrett, President. BW " l!iMi:it iiH iiiiUiiniiiin|g r PIONEERS Alex Campbell ... a top Pioneer in every way In his Freshman year, he has been aclive in student government, has become a leader in DU ' s music world and is a member of the Inter-Fraternity Council. Jayne Rankin . . . one of DU ' s whistle- provoking majorettes. This charming little Freshman also serves as Vice- President of the Freshman A S class and handles a full load of Pioneer activities Cliff Blevins the lad that shows what an efficient and conscientious officer and under-classman can be. This young pre-Dental student is President of the A S Freshman class and a member of Campus Commission. 39 ■ i ■■■ I lta»-s.f!»srS-kX:: -,s : !F! ' r» ' What has 20 legs and sex? freshmen John Acosta Betty Allen John Andrews Mary Ann Bornaby H. L Block Clifford Blevins Kathryn Blomberg Janet Bousko Murlene Bowra William Boyle Merilyn Brotten Raeann Burg Barbara Burns Thelma Bush Betty Butler Ann Callon Alex Campbell Beverly Canty Walter Chin Charles Clay ' " ffl«ffi»W«««i Phil CIccsc Jomcs Cover Donna Custy Ocnnrs DcBcrry Gordon OcBrodcr Morqorcr Dice Morgucnfc Dickson Coroll Dicrks Gene Dolph CorlDo.el Deoley Ann Dvorok Dorothy Eager Terry Eokinj Patricia Edenburn Terrell Edgar Alan Elder Audrie Erb Charlotte Fairlamb JoAnn Finch Jack Fisher James Filzgerold Patricia Fleming Robert Flinn Vera Foiani Shirley Frcy Gwendolyn Gohagcn Norma Garner Ardice Gloirer Pot Hagemon Shirley Halley Dixie Lee Harrington Sylvo Harvey Mary Jane Hayncs Noncy HcUcy Paul Herder 0 .f A freshmen What this crowd needs is Hemo! Edward Holmes Dean Howell Alice Huycke Beverly Ireson Richord Jones Mama Jordan Ann Kotz Milton King Delores Kraft Kenneth London Jerry Lear Marilu Leenerts Pot Leinweber Edna Mocaron Fred Mortin William Mason Dorothy C. Matthews Dorothy E. Matthews Ladine Moyberry Gordon Merrick tMfviMftM ' Miij»uifiHhmwiM»mnunMiniiK::: ' JM!M::!IMMi:itMI!ttiMiM ' i! ' ti !i;)! M;utvj.ni:ti:i:::;ni:l!iWl!lli!ili!i!i M; " WW Karen Millay Francis Miller Rosanno Milner Marilyn Mohr Daniel Mordecoi Lucille Morris Myrna Mullen Joanne Myers lono McAndrews Mary Ann McAndrews Solly McCartney Horrcll McCorty Jo McCrum James McDcrmott Patricio Nou Roberto Neole Earl Nelson Jock Nelson Billye Nobles Morilyn Pockert Annobellc Pelcr Bud Peters MoK Peterson James Pomonis Patricio Potter Moriorie Pulcrboufh Merrill Pyle Cormo Rankin Betty Jo Rcdburn Jomes Reynolds Robert Rickard A Sample Betty Jo Shown Joan Sispelo Dorothy Snouffcr Marilyn Snyder Norma Soehle James Sorensen Dona Spiker Mary Springer Leslie Stansbery B. J. Stormberg Venon Taylor Ellen Terry Nancy Thacker Cotherine Thill Jomes Thomson Herbert Uemura Agnes Ujifuso Befty Valentine Carolyn Vette Karno Wangerin Joanne Wore Charles Wathen Bob Westin Lois Whittoker Elizabeth Wilkins Virginia Williamson Alan Willimont ilia V ilson Jo Ann Wright ;f»mniii:m:ji::i:iu ):!finiitiHWitiK! iHnM)iiii:iU!ii!:!!:ii!W:i!:!!!Mil(iH(iUMl)M(tnMMfHi];)»:K!u:n::ii:HM!it:!iMliii:i:iaaJiHiii BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Chorlej Crojs. Treosurer; Marv Lou Shroyer, S«retory; Jomcj Morrijard, President; Virginia Page, Vicc-Preii- dent ENGINEERING: Robert Brown, Vice-President; Emmett Blod- gctt, President. ARTS AND SCIENCE: Dorothy Johnson, Vice President; Jecnie Koch, Secretory-Treasurer. ARTS AND SCIENCE Dick Westbay, President .rjCTSMi »iar» r77i«- ui»« ' »ii««MaWiK«liifa» !:;3»W!l8luttitMiaaa PIONEERS Jack Allison . . . the balding sophomore with the beautiful wife. Besides having been editor of this year ' s " D " Book, and Clarion Make-up editor, Jack has been the quiding hand in the establishment of the school ' s UNESCO Council. Anytime you come up with a debatable issue you will find Mr. A. running for his soapbox. Barbara Burnside .... combines beauty, brains, ability and charm to find the formula for this Sophomore. Barbara is President of Alpha Sigma Chi, member of Pan-Hel, former President of Alpha Lambda Delta and Secretary-Treasurer of last year ' s Freshman class. i Carol Chenoweth .... the bouncy, brunette cheerleader with a carload of energy. Carol not only displays her — talents as yell leader, but also as her sorority rush chairman and PanHel representative, not to mention Business Manager for the " K " Book. 46 X-. PIONEERS Helen MacDonald .... the girl who ' s publicily can make any event a success. Helen, besides working on the Clarion, has been the publicity director for the United Fund Drive, the YWCA, the new Student Union and is a member of Coed Journalists. Wantland Sandel .... has brought the attention of the whole nation upon DU with his brilliant work in speech and forensics. Sandel won first place in the Rocky Mountain Speech Conference. He is Vice-President of Tau Kappa Alpha and Chairman of the Affiliation Committee of the UNESCO Council. Dick Westbay .... a great football player this year and one of the best hopes for DU ' s future years on the gridiron. Dick starred not only in the stadium but in his role as President of the Sophomore AScS class. 47 iS ;:;a2K]3F )H- srESS Patsy Ackermon Lo Vonne Aiton Howard Allspach Alan Armour JoAnne Aspinoll Sally Bobcock William Benton JoAnn Boxberger Barbara Burnside Joanne Busey Beverly Butefish Catherine Covalen Carol Chenoweth Larree Chetelat John Christensen Sam Crabb Dean Craig Joan Cunninghom Edward Davis Floris Davis Sonya Dawson Morlene DeBont Betty Lee Duncan Jean Eischen Elmer Elsea Patricia Farber Edward Fenoglio Richard Fix Elaine Frost Laurel Gemmell Jo Gholson Patricio Colder Donald Goldy Hildegarde Gustofson Mortha Hagberry I .::!:i!:;;|!mi!|l!um!iii« iiiii; ' ;:iii:i:i::iT:;; iiii!!l!!i;i ;ii;::.::;i:::::it:!i!:Ht!!Mi:::::iii:i:!!: ::iiti:!! ' ' ;Mll sophomores Leodcrshrp Conference??? g 3 ry i Robert Harris Mary Harrison Lorraine Hourin Marie Israel Perry Israel Lex Jameson Barbara Johnson Robert Johnson Alice Joyce Elizabeth Knowles Jeanie Koch Beverley Konmeyer Wallace Kunioko Jacquie Larsen Robert Lindel Merle Luckinbill Joyce Luebke Sara Lund Marilyn Miller JoAnn Mitchell it 49 Annobcllc Monoghan Helen McDonald Potricio McDonald Louise Nagota Dole Neft Clorjcc Nclms Nancy Nonoka Betty Ogden Leslie Oto Virginia Page Norma Penny Dons Peters Emma Petroff Dolores Ptarr Freddie Poorc Roymond Powell Nazim Rabioi Betty Ratclifte Margaret Richardson Jeane Riggs Betty Roberts Georgia Rollert Betty Rollings Borbora Ross Moriorie Ross Worren Sarine Donald Soum Russell Schroeder Barbara Schunk Potricia Seymour Mory Jo Sieler Pat Smith Mory Louise Shroyer Connie Spero Sidney Spradlin i mmm ?i!i!!ii!!i;::::i:Ui;;;!l;::;i!!i:i!ii!li!i!!!rnH!(!!n;!«;;:!t;;!:;;:!Miii!i!!ii(!i!ii!)f ii!jii(iiiii!ji sophomores Flora Stickle Paul Stokes Robert Stull Barbara Swarison Abdul Tohhon Emerson Talbott Louis Tarpo Barbara Thompson Soma Torgeson Poul Tyler Potncio Vail Barbara Van Buskirk Juanita Veazcy Tom Velordc Louise Watson Willo Watson Thomas Wotlon Beverly Wendt Potricia Willimont Solly Wormwood Patricio Zimmerman ARTS AND SCIENCE: Tom Loggins, Presidenf; Dorothy Corr, Secretory-Treosurer, ARTS AND SCIENCES: Frances Hall, Vice-President Oft ENGINEERING: Hubert Jacobson, Presidenf. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Lou Ann Burch, Secretary; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Carl Mayer, David Wright, President, Patricia Gerten, Vice-President. Treasurer. ' :liM± PIONEERS i4i Dorothy Carr .... has been a campus leader in each of her years at DU. Dorothy, blonde and lovely, was President and is now Junior advisor of Alpha Lambda Delta she is an officer in Mentors, Parakeets and in her sorority. Jim Coleman .... there can be no question of why Jim Coleman was elected to ISC, where he has done a fine job. No girl on the campus could fail to vote for this good- looking member of the DU wrestling team. We can be happy to see the type of leader- ship Jim represents coming back to DU next year. Patti Jo Hoffman . . . The fun-loving editor of this Year ' s K-book combines patience, energy, a sense of responsibility and graciousness to produce an all-round personality. Included in her innumerable activities are Inter-School Council, Board of Publications, Mentors and Campus Commission. IKS t imiJC .. siismti PIONEERS Floyd Gililland .... the man who puts oul a publication with a slide-rule. Floyd deserves praise and credit for the fine job he did as editor of the " Denver Engineer. " Besides looking for jokes for the Engineer, Floyd is a member of the Board of Publications and the Engineer ' s Commission. Betty Fern Hoyt .... holds more offices than a life-time politician. This is the charming miss who almost every organization knows as the girl who will work. Officer, Mentors ; officer, Phi Mu EpsiloH; officer, AWS, to name a few of Betty Fern ' s activities. Bonnie Johnson . . . the friendly president of the Women ' s Athletic Association has done a great deal to improve the muscles of the ladies we love. Bonnie is Assistant Sports Editor of the K-book, a Clarion reporter and was Assistant Chairman of last year ' s May Day festivities. jjjjj,;.: gCiiijt)ii PIONEERS r Leo Johnson . . . led our University in one of our most successful United Fund drives. It was, in part, the hard work and administrative abilities of Leo that assured the fund one of the largest contributions in DU ' s history- Leo also serves as co-chairman of our YMCA. Gerry Patterson .... this competent, energetic secretary of Inter-School Council somehow finds time to take an active part in Mentors, Parakeets and work on Campus Commission. Gerry proves that women in politics can be interesting — just take a look I Theo Wright .... the personification of atomic e ' nergy. This gavel-pounding, hemo-drinking package of delightful energy is Vice-President of the Buzad School, a member of ISC, Secretary of Student Organizations Committee and member of some hundred other committees, clubs, and organizations. Science is now studying Theo to find the secret of perpetual motion. 55 ma is:=x 99 mtx mu IHI Ei« lih. ' .AMB Bm pm 11 juniors GADS! ... if I only hod o spoon! Ok Emil Anderson Befty Andree Abdul Aziz Oelores Baca Vcldo Bokcr llene Borr William Berry Charles Bogc Donna Booker Morion Bovord Cornelia BroHen David Breternifz Dorothy Brown Paul Brown Theodore Bryant Lou Ann Burch Forlin Coulfield Donold Corlinc Nonnette Carter Ruth Carter .i, ,i „H:wi:n;!:;:;::i::ii::::::iiiiii:i:f!i wimitiiilii!UIHI:iUnMUMll)):ii;n;::::in!iK)!li!:iiiii!i;il!;itl!ili!l!;Mliii!ii;iili;;;:;;!!!:-: ' : ' " i:: Donald Cash Marguerite Cashin Louanno Churchill Albert Clark Richord Clennon Holcyan Cochran James Colemon Carol Co Eliiabcth Crandell Thomas Dolton Billy Davidson C D Da is Rodman Davis Richard DcLong Anaqtne DcWitt Louis Dillenbock Zone Dover Gilbert Draper Orville Dumler Alpha Duncan James Dwyer llcne Ebcrhardt Ruth Eitclgeorge Joanne Elliott Annette Eirant Bob Ferris Milton Field Erwin Focster Anito Frey Berniece Fry Jeon Fulton Virg.l Gabel Jack Gardner Ruth Gardner George Goraar UJkH juniors Not tonight, George, I ' m too hred. mm Charles Gibson Jr. Floyd Gilillond Charlene Goldberg Charles Lee Goodbar John Goodman Fred Hodley Helen Hollock Joy Henderson Poul Hendrickson Ruth Henry June Henry PotH Jo Hoffman Darlene Holmes Betty Fern Hoyt Joseph Januszewski Margaret Jenkins Dole Johonson Gilbert Johnson Peggy Johnson Oonold Jones gHHp: :ii!i»iiiiin:iiuiii! nmum ui!:i:!:!i::j!!:tJ!!ii:::l!i:Mill l|iii!;;i;;;; :. m i i :m i]-----:in ' mui :: Richard Jones Leslie KchI Roxcinc Kenison Horold King Fred Kinncs Robert Knoles Rosemary Knollc J Dovid Kohn Robert Krckelberg Bonnie Krogh Helen Lomm Bobby Leiand Joan Lcvine Mervin Lewis Neva Lipe Aleiander Lindsay Joanne Little Barbara Loggins John Lough Bruce Lowery Joe Lowth Charlotte Luke Ann Luscombe John Lynch Betty Lysfer Robert Machamcr Elsa Modsen Darrell Malcolm Edword Mallory Corl Moycr Amelia Miller Marilyn Miller Richard Millin Sam Monshi Nancy Mosher C f .X . a . - juniors Sec. Brannon ... " I advocate bigger and better pototoes. ' Richard Mumma Glendene McCall Joon McDaniel Donald Macdonald Charles McFonn Paulo McGrew Harry Neumann Edward Newmon Marjorie Opie Mercdyth Oskins Jerome Pankow Betty Porungo Normon Poschol! Gcroldine Patterson Leslie Payne Eileen Penny La Rue Perry Raymond Person Winifred Peterson Ma« Pew ::;!:i ' .:i:iiiii!iii!ii()iiiiililU m- ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' i " Potncio Phillips William Pienon Darroll Powell Crispin Porquis Ted Proslie RochocI Ragsdolc Carl Rasmussen Joseph Richards Jr. Lloyd Richards Joan Robertson Billic Russell Bernicc Schieids Jeonc Schilling Barbara Schwob Burton Seiden Cloro Shindo Arthur Shinyoma Charles Shissler Eugene Shoppell Honrey Sil»erstein Gerald Simmermon Jock Smith James Smith Merrill Smith Winifred Smith Martin Soehia Doris Soloday Dudley Solomon Daniel Sparr Elouise Spears Helen Sprunck Barbara Stacy Rozie Stovniok Herbert Stevens Ootid Streetcr W t 4, l ,-J i-. -rr ' ;;,£; -i ' ■■ ' l Wolter Streefcr Jean Tate Wil lam Thompson John Timmons Lois Trenholme Joseph Truce Rayn lond Turner Edwc rd Udry Jr Or»l V,x,e Floyd Voltmonn Jamal Waly Artwcn Woscher Betfy Watson Kurt Weinke Sara Westcoat Charles Whiteside Robert Williams Lois Winters Jerry Witter Tom Wiseman Betty Wolf Edwin Wolf Robert Wood Joannette Woodman Marilyn Woostcr David Wright Thco Wright Robert Zimmermen Lewis Zwirlcin m kjAm ;i;!!i!fli!i!tf:!!::!:;li!!i;!;:tii!iti!!ilil!!i!ii !ilil!!i!il:iij| BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Nadine Nelson, Secretary; Bob Siegrisl, President; Ruth Ellen Craig. Vice-President. ARTS AND SCIENCE: Totricio Huling, Sccretary-Treos- urer; David Crockett, President; Edna Moe Panter, Vice- President. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION; Kenneth Cook, Treasurer. ENGINEERING: Charles Coop. President. ENGINEERING: Gale Ruckcr, Secretory. Treasurer ENGINEERI NG: Joseph O ' Donnell, Vice-President ■ ■ II !■■■ lltiTTT ■uliii?! IIIT ' Tf l I PIONEERS Tom Brock .... the Champion of the " talk and convince " field. Tom has topped a splendid academic record with such honors as Presidency of Omicron Delta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma. Bob Day ... the man most likely to be elected to anything he runs for. Bob haa served most ably as President of the A S Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior classes and this year was elected President of the College of Arts and Sciences. 64 mmammmami " - " " " -- ' PIONEERS Don Elisha .... outstanding DU ski star and one of the region ' s best who has served his university well. As President of Delta Sigma Pi, Don is one of the downtown campus ' s leading figures and a hard worker for the school. Gene Frey .... the Engineer the whole school has come to know. Gene has become the Engine school ' s best salesman with his personality and know how. He is a member of ISC, Engineer ' s Commission, the UNESCO Council and an officer in the AIEE. Harriett Gleason .... continuous sparkle and good spirit. Superlatives only to the gal selected by AWS for " Miss University of Denver " and President of AWS on UPC campus. Harriett manages to find time to take an active part in Mortar Board, Parakeets, Inter-School Council and — but this list would fill a directory. 65 » " -» »=» mmsr zzimm r. i - £}?rstt Kezti-.s:rs ' T sii !mmKmEa[ ssnM sSBS!SSSB PIONEERS Don Henke .... President of the Inter- School Council. The diplomatic, hard-working and ever-knowing personality of Don Henke has led the Inter-School Council and the Buzad College through one of their most successful years. Barbara Lawson .... " Miss Dependability " says AWS and four years at DU have proved them right. This year ' s president of Mentors can give a classic example of what a fighting president should be. Even those who suffer from her father ' s tests love Barbara. 66 m PIONEERS Janie Newton . . . " charming " and " vivacious " are the best words to describe this ysor ' s Homecoming Queen. A list of all her activities, including Presidency of Pan Hel, would show what a great Pioneer the gracious Janie is. Bessie Hastings Perkins .... was the AWS choice for " Miss Leadership. " The downtown campus would have been a far, far sadder world without the charm and hard work of Bessie. Time out for marriage at Christmas didn ' t interfere with Bessie ' s obligations as CCC ' s AWS President. Hal Pfeiffer .... proves that you don ' t have to be a football player, but if you are a gridiron wheel like Hal you can be one of the lop men on campus. Not content with a football hero ' s life, Hal has proved an outstanding success as a member of ISC and ODK. 67 PIONEERS Warren Tomlinson . . . mighty power behind ihe campus press is he. This year ' s editor of the Clarion and editor of the Kynewisbok for the past two years, Warren ' s dynamic personality has led the fight for DU and for the student body with amazing effectiveness. Imogene Wilhite ... the red-head on the go. There are probably several campus organizations Imogene hasn ' t taken an active part in, but off-hand we can ' t think of them. High-lighting her campus career have been terms as President of Mortar Board and President and Senior advisor of Alpha Lambda Delta. 68 btIi Nice Goms — Not o flat note in the bunch. seniors Beverly A im Vincent Adams Edwin Adiespcrger Lino Agotti Mary Akenn Rita Airozo Abdul Rahman Ai-Hobecb Bob Allen Dale Allen Gordon AlliiMi Winston Almon Ali Al Zaidy Robert Anderaon Jo Anfelwi Otii Angell Mary Arock Paul Arock Robert Arckibold Perry Argabfight James Armstrong Harvard Babcock Harold Bailey Jack Bailey Tahsin Bakr F. Dorothy Balliger William Balliger John Bannock Arnold Barber Kenneth Barlow Mae Barnwell Maurice Barz William Bassett T. Lucile Botman Donald Baublits Lcc Boxter James Beaber Ralph Beagle Jean Beard Walter Becker Donald Behrendsen Harold Beicr Joyce Bend Barbara Bcndekovic Harold Bender Henry Benedict Williom Benight Carl Bennett Richard Berman Elmer Bernson Frank Berry Donald Beuthcl Veric Bisbee Richard Bisscll MacDonald Bleser w seniors Comes the revolution — Florence Blumenthol George Bogodi Don Bogort Earl Boltz Jr. Thomos Bomberg Donald Bondy Harry Boner Jr. Betty Boozer Willord Borgstodt Prtscilla Boucher James Boulware Gwcn Bowen Wando Bowen Joyce Bower Harry Bowland Gerald Bradford Wilson Bragg William £rewer Arthur Brickcll Marion Brink Thomos Brock Jeannine Bronelle Harold Brown Jr. Cecil Broyles George Brugger Morvin Buckets James Burns William Burton Horvey Cain Kenneth Caldwell Frank Colkins Collis Callihon Dolores Conn Dovid Contrell Paul Contrell John Caple James Card Glenn Carlson LaVio Carlson William Carlson Manuel Carrillo Calvin Carroll Evelyn Chaim Patsy Chambers Richard Chombers Joanne Chase John Chenoweth Bernard Chmielewski Ralph Chrisman Doom Christian Thomas Ciorlo Harvey Clark James Clork Willis Coates [ii!ii;!;;!i;;;i!!iiTiii!!ii!ii!ii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii;Hiii!!n!7iiii;iv seniors Dorm 5 wos never like this. Kickord Cochrane James Cody Louis Cohen James Coker Bennie Coleman Charles Coleman Laura Colemon Elmer Colestock Everett Colpitts Jr. Lyie Comsfock William CoiKikan Morjorie Conder William Conn Anne Connely Thomas Connors Winslow Conroy Borbora Cook Kenneth Cook Poul Cooley Beryl Coop Charles Coop Harold Corah Josephine Corbett Paul Cordova Robert Cory Donald Cottrell Don Counterman Ellen Couzin Lynn Cox Ralph Coy Thomas Crabbe Ruth Craig Norma Cramer Richard Crandell Kenneth Crider Eleanor Crowder James Curd Claire Cusick Leo Dalton William Daniels Orville Dovenport Marie Davidson Rosemary Davidson Stanley Davies Charles Davis Robert Davis Howard Day Robert Day Millard Decker John Dekleva John Dellocroce Peter Deluca Leo Denbo Sam DeRosa John DeSimony i " ' " ' " ° " " " " " ' i!i!lTn!;;iM;:: " :.:i!i.;ii:!;!)i!i!;i!ii i!lB9i(fa seniors !li i■■ll T A Cappcllo Choir in action. - P: J f ' t ' " Lawrence Dexter Doris Dillon Joseph Dion Worren Discher Eleonor Oitollo Arthur Dolloghon Jomes Doron V. Anne Douthit James Downing Rosemary Dreo Jennie Dunning Henry Dustcrdick Charles Dvorak George Eokins William Eha Jack Ehekircher Louis Ehrlich Donald Elisho Jack Embrey Corl Ends Clifford Epperson Jr. Frances Epstein Frances Erwin Eileen Esser Carlyle Everhart Paul Ewer Charles Ewing Thomas Fahey Naomi Falkenberg Clarence Foikler Charles Fongman Gerald Feldhamer Greta Lea Ferris John Feryok Harold Fick Jimmie Fields Ruth Fifield William Finch Edward Firment Susan Fitzgerald Hugh Fitzpotrick Rolph Floune Allen Fleming Horry Fleshmon F. Noel Fletcher Elizabeth Flint Paul Fontecchio George Forjohn James Forsyth Margaret Forth James Forwolter Frank Fosbre F. Verne Frary Francis Frozee Selma Freednran 76 !!!!l::;i. !!!« seniors I ' ll see you in my dreams. Linneo French Eugene Frey Wolt Frost Gertrude Furukawo Donald Gardener Jr. John Gordinier Ernest George Virgil Gergcn Douglos Gieske Harold Giger William Gilbert Richard Gillett Wallace Ginn John Girault George Girod Harriett Gleoson Glenn Walker Robert Godsey Israel Goldberg Elaine Golden 77 Jose Goncalves Joan Gonzales Richard Goodie Virgil Goodman Gerald Goodrum Robert Gornbein Fred Graf Charles Gragg Paul Graves William Greene Edmund Greenslet Robert Greenwald Richard Griffith Gloria Grisenti fHarley Grogan Raymond Groves Ertugrul Gumuslugil Orville Gunn Cecilio Guseman Horold Gutjahr Glenn Hageman Ralph Hagerman Jamil hlajjo Laurice Hall Roberta f all Weslyn Hallock Stanley Halpern Warlyn Hommel Albert Homp Thomos Handy John Hanson Jack Hanrahan Joon Hardy Allen Harju Betty Hormon Mkd !!i!t !ii!ii| i !iKi;!i;-f ;Mit ' : i !iK!!!::it)liiti:!i ' .;:ltii!ililil::i:t);!:iiiiiiin HHn •i.. seniors Angels??? At the Alpha Gam house!!! -w -m James Horris Richard Harris Theodore Harris Williom Harris James Hortman Abdul Hossun Bessie Hastings Willa Hotcher Jerome Hathaway Gorman Hawkins Edgar Howlejr Ralph Heath Jconnctle Heller William Hemphill Fred Hendcrshot Donald Henke Robert Herberger Eugene Herbs ' George Hcrshberger Clayton Hielschcr 79 Helen Higgins Roger HIggs Otis Highbaugh Lloyd Hightower John Hill William Hill William Hingley William Hinsey Otto Hoeckele Patricia Hogan J. C. Holland Leo Holmes Wendell Horsley Betty Jo Horton Melvin Hoseo Freeman Hover William Howard Rachel Howell Harleigh Howerton Charles Hudgins William Hurst Ben Ichikawa Morey Idelberg Shirley Jackson Nobol Jacobs Loren Jacobson Francis Jamison Stephen Janovick Jr. John Janusz Alena Mae Jeltnek iiiBmiiu] ilJl MBvh seniors Oh! Don ' t be a party poop. Roy Johnson Donald Jolliffc Howard Jonei Morjoric Jones William Jones Gordon Jorqensen Moriorie Joseph Abdul Fallah Koddou Sidney Koizen Sotcrios Kalemeris ' ii-A Jack Konegaye Elaine Koramigios Gilbert Karst Loyton Karst Frank Kasik Jr. Najim Kassob Fred Kawono Leonard Kelly Maryruth Kelly Joseph Kelsic Kennith Kiefer Barbara Kiesler Lewis Kilpatrick Ezell Kimsey Shoge Kimura Robert Kirkpatrick Elton Kithcart LceRoy KIcmm Donald Knudson Eugene Knupke Jock Knusel Frederick Kofman Novalee Kolbe Nancy Koperski Gordon Kovar Joseph Kozmofo Creighton Krai R Keith Krebsbach Melvin Kube Horry Kuhrt Edward Kuppinger Ruth Kuritoni John Kurz Robert LoGesse Harold Lommers I m m 82 ii!i!i!i ' ii:ii!i!tl!!!!!i:)l:i!;!!;;i;ii:t;;;:i:l :il»iiii|iii ••niiinFiHin niinniiiii ' - i i-i ' iii: UKlllf seniors Delta Sigs bet on a winner. T Justin Lano Steven Larscn Alvin Lar»)n Betty Loughlin Marilyn Loughlin Borboro Lowson Gilbert Leak Wiilord Leave! Harold Leavelle Fred LeHler John Lehman Lindy Lcifheit Beniomin LeMotter Victor Leonido Wayne Letucr Fred Lcti Ronald Levine George Lewis Horry Lewis Robert Lewis 83 William Lewis Marvin Livingston William Lockwood V. Sue Long Lloyd Love Wanda Luckenbach Richard Luckey Bill LuKonic Marvin Lumadue Phyllis Lyartis Charles Lynch H. Allan Macdonald James MacDonald Robert Macdonald A. William Magnusson Harry Mollot Jack Moloney Alice Manning Ellengoil Mopes John Marshall LeVern Martin Richard Martin Robert Martin Wendell Martin William Martin Richard Martinez John Massone Ivajean Mathews James Motney Robert Matson Jacob Mattila William Maxwell Paul Maybury Alvin Meiklejohn Jr Richard Meyer if i II ii!i:;i;U!;!;itil(| i!i!i!!!;!;;:i:;l;!ii:!::i:;;!i:::;i;i:Ji::l!ii ,|inii!;iiii;i;(:i)ii;ii;ii(K!iN:i!lii(in!»iin]nTiii;;(;.;;]!:::i;i!i;!ilO seniors SAE ' s — Another Homecoming drst Douglas Michel John Milon Borfoora Miles Dolores Miller Normon Miller Dale Milholm Shirley Mirchell Ted Miyohoni James Molden John Modlish Dorothy Moon James Moore Louann Moore Jcrold Morgan Hugh Morris Phcbc Mossmon Nosrat Mudorris John Muglcr Allen Murray James Murphy 85 Louis Muse Charlie Myers Wayne McAfee Ned McBride John McCaffery Thomas McCallin Ann McCorty Frankie McCorty James McCaw Robert McClellond Calvin McConnell Denis McCormack Worren McFaddin Royce McGorr Emmett McKee Horriet McKicrnan Ralph McKiernon Patrick McMahon Virginia McNamora Robert McVey Johanna Noeck Edward Nakomura Claude Nash Mary Neale Chester Nelson Janet Nelson King Nelson Nadine Nelson Jane Newton John Nickels Tokeo Noda Mary Norberg Roy Norbury Irvin Norland Jr. Wendell Nuding K)ft!H!iii!J)!i!ii!i!ii!i: ' tf M!n:i ' i;;):;;:;!;):M::ii!;ii;i:U(:i:;i: ' .uuiiu;»:i;;iiiiK seniors Yes, I ' ve heard that one, too. H Thomas Nute Hemdon O ' Connell John O ' Donnell Robert O ' Donnell Regina O ' Kane Violet Oki Henry Okubo Iwao Okuno Edwin Olschansky Mary Joy Olsen Raymond Olson Beryl Orblom Betty Orcine Charlotte Ott L. C 0»ens LouiM Pocc Anion Paige Glenn Polkowsky Edna Pantcr ank Ponsh . r Vera Peeples Loren Penny Alvon Perry Fronk P erschbacher John Persinko Kenneth Parkin Mimancll Parry Donn Parsons Raymond Pasloy Harold Pteifer Mildred Peters Robert Petersen Delbert Peterson Fabian Peterson Michael Peterson Edna Petticrew Daleard Pettljohn Dagobert PfeiHer Lawrence Phillips Eugene Pickett Ronald Pierson Ardeth Porter Ruth Potts Woyne Pratt Robert Proctor Dean Puiver Richard Purrington Naji Rabiai Donna Robinotf John Rodemacher Joseph Romay Carl Rosmussen Eleanor Reed Howord Reed David Reifsnyder 1 1 V dd ' «» " «. H i i)!iiiin:!;;;).;!i:ii:;:;;:i:i;!i;;;i:iM;;;;:i;«i)ii:i::ii;iiH:::; ' :!;: seniors Added up to victory. Morgaret Reincrt Arthur Reinke Chorlcs Reuben More Reynolds Lester Rhoods Harold Richert Laurence Rickards Douglas Riley Louis Rillos Bennie Rinehort Noryell Roberts James C. Robertson James L. Robertson Robert Robertson Evelyn Rogers Glenn Rogers Emily Rohr John Rose Myrth Rosen Richard Rothmeier George Rothweiler Jr. Vera Rowe Ibrahim Ruboii Gayle Rucker William Rudy Jerry Ryan Anthony Sabatini Munir Saden Merlyn Salmon Paul Samuelson Elbert Sondberg Morvin Sando Peder Sonne Maxwell Saul Bernice Scanlon Lee Schultz Leo Schultz Robert Schwartz William Scott Dorothy Seifert Robert Sendelbeck Richard Seno Curtis Shoffer Richard Shaklee Norman Shapiro Lila Shaw Reith Sherborg Lucille Shigaki Mary Sholes Albert Sibrell Robert Siegrist Louis Sinopoli Louis Sirt Vincent Sloan (i«!!llillll!iilii(itiiiil!liil:ll:liif!!i:! ;:;ii;ii;ii;;!iiiiiiii!!! ' !ii!n ' iiiii;!;;;;!; " ;H!;i:!!iaii!i!iniiiin I e X seniors J. Don ' f be bitter, girls. Ernest Smith Jr. Donno Smith Michael Smith William Smith Thomas Snebcrger Muriel Snyder Jean Sollcnbe rger Luclla Sparge Joy Storner Marian Stephens Marilyn Stephens Nancy Stevens Robert Stewart John Stoddard Oonno Stokes John Stomberg Richard Straubinger Polricio Stuff George Sugermon Jerry Swanson jn m Elbert Swartouf Albert Swegort Elsie Swensen Beverly Tabor Mohamed Tohan Ralph Tolucci Floyd Tonaka Jane Taylor Clark Tedmon Norman Teel Raymond Tewell George Thomas Robert Thomas Nathan Thompson James Tilton Eugene Todd Joseph Tolan Donald Toland Jane Toliver Edword Tomczuk Charles Tomkinson Worrcn Tomlinson Joe Tomoyosu ' Carmen Tona Joseph Torti Eugene Tritt Paul Truitt Robert Tucker Donald Turk William Turnage Hadi Ubaydi Donald Uceny Claude Upton Robert Van Gundy Joseph Vortuli KtlHI!ll ll! !!lil|ti)(!ilili)l!i!!i;i :Mi; :;!;;»i)i)ii{tnii!ini5ill?lii!iillilii!i WWJfig seniors My lord, there must be o rest room somewhere Domocio Vigil Alvin Vihon George Villano Anthony Vinnolo Donald Volenik Fred Voli Windsor Wodc Jr. Robert Wagner MeKin Walker Arthur Wallace Gydo Wollace John Wallace Edwin Warner John Warner Arthur Wortburg Richord Woshburn Williom Waters John Waugcn Donald Weathers Geroldine Weathers James Weaver Melvin Weilond Clarence Wells Phillip Welter Dean West Roy Whitecotton Mary Whiteley Mork Wiekhorst Alfred Wiesner Cecil Wiggains John Wilcox Clarence Wilhelm Imogene Wilhife Arthur Williams Richard Witte George Wolf Alvin Wood Donald Wood Eugene Woorf Clarence Woodman Richard Wright William Wuerz Jr, Lloyd Wygant William Yehle Alfred Young Donald Young Ruth Young Mohammed Zanboorie Joseph Zolly j -i lljglllllimi m You con ' r get anywhere without pull Moments We ' ll Remember... Coffee ond donuts tor the not 3 weeks New Union — open for business. Moments Wei Remember... This job calls for a lot of coffee. i; ' ■ The old Scottish question — what ' s under the kilts? 96 Field House •r ' Carol Chenoweth " There I was, 1000 miles from Denver, in Tucson without my tights ... " Such is the usual trend of conversation among DU ' s answer to the missing link which we fondly refer to as THOSE cheerleaders. These walking vocal chords are the little k iddies who stand in front of the students at the games and look like the average student does after leaving the SI. We should have a cheer for these people who put out a great deal of effort in the interest of the school with no consideration except an occasional shot of adrenaline from the dispensary. ' H l i|ij| DEMONSTRATIONS Uhhh— what footboll team ' Half-time scores had no power to create long faces when the sharp precision marching of the band the the majorettes swung into action. Remembered as long as the football games will be, many of this year ' s fine half-time demonstrations. The hard work and keen minds of the Demonstrations Committee worked to bring DU football and basketball spectators some of the finest entertainment seen in many a half-time. Warren Tosset Potsy Chambers Ann Horner Holl Lowell Little Al Scratin Stc»e Larscn Win Conroy Morgc Puterbough Earl Greinclz Lost time I sow an " A " I wos in the 3rd grode 1 iih: imkimi -ubi! simiM ami COACHING STAFF Since January 1949 Athletic Director Ellis Ketchem has been at the helm of Denver ' s sports program. John Baker, Bob Seymour, Wes Weber and Ernest Tolman directed the footballers to a third place finish in the Skyline, while basketball under Hoyt Brawner ' s guidance ranked fourth. Vern Turner piloted the hockey club through a successful season with victories over strong Michigan, Toronto, Minnesota and Brandon. Coach Willy Schaeffler ' s skiers captured the Dartmouth Carnival trophy. Brawner, Seymour, Mike Jurich, Charlie Lind, Bob McKee, Francis Garth and Lou Young coached baseball, swimming, track, golf, gymnastics, tennis, and wrestling respectively. John W. Baker, Football. Hoyt Brawner, Basketball and Baseball. Froncis M. Garth, Tennis. Mike Jurich, Track, Football and Basketball. Coach Mike Jurich propelled some 35 Freshman potentials to two decisive wins in three encounters. The only loss was the first in three years of intercollegiate competition. The opening game resulted in a 59-12 victory over Sterling Junior College. Hampered by a limited squad, the second fray proved to be the unbeaten Pioneerlings downfall, as they were overpowered by Wyoming ' s Strategy, 69-6. Staging a successful comeback, Jurich ' s eleven surprised Colorado A M Lambkins, 20-13. Charles D. Lind, Golf. Robert L. McKcc, Gymnastics. Ernest Tolmon, Football. UNIV Laurence F. Young, Wrestling. HIH Wesley D. Weber, Football and Hockey A SCORELESS BEGINNING.... Coach Johnny Baker ' s pigskin aggregation launched ihe season under the candlelights of Drake stadium by losing to Drake ' s Bulldogs, 7-0. It was the victor ' s Johnny Bright, one of the year ' s leading yardage makers, that spelled defeat for the Pioneers. On the first play of the third stanza. Bright galloped 32 yards on an end sweep to produce the game ' s only touchdown. Offensively the furtherest the Pioneers penetrated was to the Bulldog six. However, the Hilltop defensive play, using six Sophomores, was outstanding as they halted Drake drives on the Pioneer 24, 23 and 3-yard stripes. Center Tom Hugo, End Dick Westbay and Tackle Bill Gordon were especially impressive on defense. Drake ' s great Johnny Bright meets two Pioneers. T o Bulldog tries bulldozing by Bakermen. ■ ' K9 HH H-l J PS T « e- ' I T I v ■-■ jy M ■ " i aS Et ' 1 |yH 102 SURPRISE PARTY 3.... A throng of 25,345 fans sat in on the Hilltop stadium opener to watch a band of Colorado A8tM Rams down the Pioneers to the tune of 30-14, for the third straight season. The Rambling Rams struck fast by scoring 16 points in the initial half and piling up a 30-0 lead in the third frame. Two Green and Gold touchdowns resulted from Denver fumbles. Hilltop scores came in the final period both on passes from Jerry CoUis to Gordon Cooper with Larry Andres adding the extra points. A M ' s big guns were Back Jack Christiansen, who got two touchdowns, Ends Frank Faucett and Bill Noxon. Rom ' s Christiansen roams to touchdown territory 103 V LIGHTNING STRIKES FAST.... Kansas Jayhawks ' Charlie Hoag and Company struck like lightning as they rolled up 450 yards on the Hilltop turf to thrash Denver ' s Pioneers 46-6. The first three times that the Jayhawkers gained possession of the leather they scored before the Crimson and Gold could muster their first. DU tallied on a brilliant 61-yard Lou Rillos to Gordon Cooper aerial on the third play, after the second half kickoff. Nevertheless, the Lawrence eleven evened things up in a hurry by tallying for two more scores within nine minutes, from whence their reserves added two more on a safety in the final quarter. Denver ' s Smaldone snags leather from Kansas 104 SPUNKY BUT OUTCLASSEQ . . . Amassing a gross yardage of 600 to Denver ' s 242, the College of Pacific Tigers were just too much for the locals to cope with as the Californians won an easy 41-7 affair on the Hilltop turf. It was the fourth successive defeat suffered by the Pioneers. DU ' s only score was set up by Jerry CoUis who intercepted Doug Scovil ' s pass and returned it to the COP 44. From here Hal Pieifer raced 44 yards down the sidelines to pay dirt, and Larry Andres booted the extra point. Even though the Pioneers were obviously outclassed they showed more spunk than in the A M and Kansas encounters. SUPREMACY UNKNOWN.... Our Pioneers still looking for their first win rallied twice to settle for a 14-14 deadlock with the Utah University Redskins under the Hilltop stadium arcs. The Indians opened the scoring as they marched 80 yards in two plays on two passes, Dave Cunningham to End Don Peterson. Lou Rillos ' interception of a Ute aerial led to the first DU tally, for later he flipped the oval to Gordon Cooper on the four who crossed the goal. George Bean, Utah ' s most effective back, sprinted into the end zone for the second Utag score, while Denver ' s Larry Andres plunged through left tackle from the one for the equalizer and the game ' s final score. Pioneer racks up a short gain. 106 A SUCCESSFUL HOMECOMING.... Homecoming seemed to be the lucky day as the Denver football forces ended their victory drough by dumping the Cougars of Brigham Young, 42-3. The locals, including the third-stringers, could do no wrong as they displayed a savage attack by clawing the Cat line to shreds and crippling their pass defense practically at will. Jack Parsons lead the Hilltop touchdown parade with two, whereas Gene Smaldone, Gordon Cooper, Francis Lewis and Dan Biro each crossed the goal line once. Larry Andres place kicked the six extra points. The only Cat tally came in the second period when Bob Karpowitz booted the leather through the uprights for a field goal to save his teammates from a shutout. Cot foil] to clow Hilltoppcr Jock Ponont | , 107 ■■ ' msA TUSCON THRILLER.... DU Bakermen invaded the southwest only to lose to the University of Arizona Wildcats, 19-14, in a thriller before 18,000 fans in the beautiful Arizona stadium. But the underdog Pioneers staged one of their best performances of the year, for with the exception of the passing department they virtually outplayed the victors in every phase. Arizona ' s 18-year-old quarterback Ed Miller caused most of the Hilltoppers ' headaches by his brilliant passing. After Arizona led by a 19-0 margin, Bill Watkins plunged over from the three and Jerry Collis recovered the pigskin on a blocked punt for Denver ' s pointers. Once Denver missed a scoring opportunity when they were halted on A rizona ' s one-foot line. An Arizona Wildcot looks for a hole. ;)iWV ' : ■ " ■ " ( » POWER TELLS TALE.... if The DUers held the strong San Francisco Dons scoreless in the first half, but too much stamina and strength finally won out for the Golden Gate aggregation as they registered a 24-6 victory in Hilltop stadium. Roy Barni pared the Dons ' triumph by notching three of the four touchdowns. Ollie Matson, the great Don Negro star, collected the other on a 54-yard gallop. Denver scored its lone touchdown in the third quarter when with the ball on the Pioneers ' 30, Lou Rillos dropped back to pass, but nearly trapped, he ran to the sidelines and heaved a pass to Jim Liley. Liley caught the oval behind the Dons secondary on the SF 45 and raced all the way for the touchdown. Somebody ' s got the leather amidst this scramble 109 HILLTOP FIELD DAY.... Hal Pfeifer had a field day and Lou Rillos executed bullseye passing to pace the Hilltoppers to their second win of the season by tramping the Utah State Farmers to submission, 48-0, at DU stadium. The statistics proved that the locals outclassed their opponents in every department. In the net yardage by rushing division Denver led 368 to 7. The furtherest that Utah State could penetrate in Pioneer territory was the 41 when the Denver reserves were seeing action. Gordon Cooper scored three touchdowns, while Rillos, Pfeifer, John Zibnack and Al Waible got one apiece. Larry Andres booted six extra points. Fullback Jom Garrett was the only standout for the losers. Not fair, two against one. Hi SmJi A BITTER THANKSGIVING.... The season ' s largest crowd, 28,666 jammed the concrete of Hilltop stadium to see the champion Wyoming Cowboys beat Denver 42-12 in their 3rd annual Thanksgiving Day classic. The victory was only the Pokes ' fourth in 33 tussles beginning back in 1898 against the Crimson and Gold, but their second in a row. The battle was bitterly fought from start to finish and at one time the athletes engaged in a disgusting brawl with personnel from both squads rushing onto the gridiron. Lou Rillos got the only DU touchdown in the final frame, and Lyle Carr was outstanding on defense. Wyoming Cowpunchers ' offensive strategy was spearheaded by Eddie Talboom who crossed the goal line three times. Pfcifer gives ground grudgingly to Poke Toylor ROSTER Cal Choi Francis Lewis Jerry Collis Larry Andres Gene Beauchamp P i Gordon Cooper Joe Hall Jim Liley Hal Pfeifer Bill Watkins Dan Holt Fred Nonni Dick Westboy Sam Etcheverry Tom Hugo Jock Parsons Lou Rillos John Zibnack |yMyM»UWBIl!: After missing the Skyline conference crown by a ganxe last season, Denver experienced a rather disappointing year to wind up fourth in the league standings behind Brigham Young, Wyoming and Utah with eight wins and 12 defeats. Pre-seasonally the local quintet was generally rated the second best club in the far west, but although the 1949-50 Cinderella crew was intact with the exception of Paul Hickey, they just didn ' t have what it fakes. When March rolled around they mustered 14 victories in 30 games. On the eastern trip the cagers lost to Long Island, Niagara and Toledo, before downing Drake and Peru State. In the friendly confines of the DU arena the locals succeeded in beating the opposition nine limes in 15 encounters. Among the triumphs were two over crosstown rivals Regis college. In the Skyline western invasion, the DUers notched only one decision, that over Utah State, the only loop club that DU held an edge on. Row ; Heod Cooch Hoyf Browner, Dick Groy. Row 2 Ronnie Johnson, Don Wosscrmon, Fred Howell, Joe Hughes, Worren Bloir Row 3 Roy Lucht, Dole Toff, Bob Kniclcrchm, John Griffin. BASKETBALL ROUNDUP.... 113 NON-LOOP PLAY. . . . Denver ' s quinlel performed al a .571 clip in seven tussles against non-league opposition. Long Island ' s Blackbirds managed to nose out the Pioneers in a double overtime at Madison Square Garden, 58-56, despite the inspired play of Sid Ryen and his 19 points. Action with Niagra and Toledo resulted in two defeats on the scoreboard. Nevertheless, in Iowa and Nebraska the Hilltoppers found the winning solution by conquering Drake and Peru State. On the home hardwoods, Denver downed neighbor- ing Regis twice by a 60-58 and 61-51 measure. Typicol crosstown Feud I Toledo watches point gcffcr Ryen 115 BEST IN THE WEST.... Brigham Young, the Skyline Kings, proved thai their pre-season t rating as the best in the West was no farce. Consequently the fact that the Pioneers seized one of the four BYU engagements was respectable. Brilliant Roland Minson caused DU many a hea. ache, for he swished the twines for a 76-point total. At Den- ver, BYU won 53-47, but the locals produced a 42-41 upset on Bot Knickrehm ' s tip-in. On the other side of the mountains, BYU was practically unbeatable as Minson and Mel Hutchins licked Denv( 91-58 and 60-44. Gray believes Minson should give up. Howell heoves a hefty one. SALT LAKE CITY JINX..., •seasc: rh Den- ilOtli IVlx Oh ' Botes, you ' re lUSt hoping. After winning three of four decisions in the 1950 Pioneer- Indian wars, Brawner ' s courtmen found the situation reversed this year with Utah ' s quintet. DU ' s Dale Toft and Ute ' s Glen Smith copped scoring honors. Redskin Kent Bales scored only two points in the contests at Denver, but on the wigwam floor collected 39. Thanks to Toft ' s 18 points and sterling defen- sive play DU padded the opener 52-47. In the second Utah used a late freeze to stymie a Hilltop rally and walked off with a 49-47 triumph. Nonetheless, Salt Lake City meant winless combat for the locals. Papoose testes Toft ' s shooting :. CAGERXOUSINr.... Against conference opponents, Denver ' s hardwood five managed io hold their own only with Utah State. The Pioneers bounced the Farmers, 80-73, in one of two on the Logan floor and swept the two contests at Denver. The Logan decision was DU ' s only one on the western side of the loop and the highest scoring affair for the Hilltoppers during the campaign. The series was close and the tilts were some of the best performances seen by Pioneer followers in 1951. Brawnermen Joe Hughes, Dale Toft, Fred Howell, John Griffin and Ronnie Johnson were all outstanding. Miller objects to Griff ' s counterplay. So near and yet so far. COURTMEN BRANDED.... The Cowpunchers of Wyoming solved the Universify arena jinx by herding the Pioneers twice in Denver and obtained a split in the Laramie roundup. The Crimson and Gold cagers ' 60-47 surprising triumph over the Cowboys at the Half Acre resulted from a hot- shooting team performance and Ronnie Johnson ' s 20 points. But the Pokes evened things a bit by surprising the Hilltoppers in Denver. If marked the first lime that Wyoming beat DU on the University arena hardwoods in a regular season contest. In the second arena tussle Dale Toft gathered 20 of his teammates ' 38 points. Pokes gang up on Griffin. DU - wyo Howell, fancy stylist, hits bucket 119 NO PUSH OVER.... The underdog Colorado A M Aggies enjoyed one of its most sue cessful seasons in many a year even though they finished in a basement tie with Utah State in circuit games. When the Aggies upset the Crimson and Gold at Fort Collins, 70-62, it was the first Ram victory over the Pioneers in five years. The fourth place Hilltoppers broke even in the four engagements. It was a fight all the way in the scoring parade between Denver ' s Dale Toft and A M ' s Bill Gossett with Toft obtaining the honor 65 to 61. 61 54 6S 68 X Hughes ' gracefulness personified. 120 ' filiiiillitiiillii FROSH BASKETBALL The junior courtmen of Mike Jurich managed to register a .500 percentage in season play by emerging victoriously seven times out of 14 encounters. The Pioneerlings were spearheaded by Andy Vassios and high point getters, Tom Rhone and Sam Nelson. One of Jurich ' s smooth ball handlers was Dean Howell, Hilltopper Dick Helser and Tom Forbes improved immensely toward the close of the season ' s wars. Left hander, Wayne McClure, made good use of his long shot and one hand set shot to keep the Crimson and Gold in the thick of the battle. Rounding out the five were Ronnie Moore, Bill Stein and Dick Rapp. Although the team lacked the all- around scoring ability of the Freshman squhd of two years ago, they did play some exciting basketball for Denver Pioneer fans. ouncing oround, frosh style. Row . Cooch Mike Jurich, Som Nelson, Andy Vassios, Tom Rhone. Row 2. Woyne McClure, Tom Forbes, Dean Howell POTENT PUCKSTERS Vern Turner ' s hockey Pioneers amazed local fans with a hustling and improved brand of play as the squad of 16 just wouldn ' t give up to have a successful season in the second year of varsity competition. When the pucksters skated off the ice on March 7 the record books showed that the locals registered 11 wins, 11 losses and a tie in 23 engagements. The DU icemen conquered such teams as Michigan, Toronto, Michigan State, Brandon, Princeton, Minnesota, Michigan Tech, Wichita All- Stars and Wyoming. The only clubs that the Hilltoppers failed to subdue were the Colorado College ' s Tigers and the Golden Bears of the University of Alberta. Depth had much to do with their success, especially the three lines which displayed a strong attack. They were the " Minnesota " line composed of Tony Pocrnich, Eddie Miller and Jack Salo,- the " Canadian " line comprised of Ben Wylie, Craig Robertson and Willis O ' Leary, and the " Chow " line made up of Joe Chow, Norm Lupovich and Dave Court. Goalie Walt Morin contributed immensely to Denver ' s play by saving many goals of the sensational variety. On defense Doug McKinnon, Don Burgess, Jim Kern and Lyle Drew excelled. Center Miller led the Pioneer scoring. [. Row 1: Willis O ' Leory, Norm Lupovich, Joe Chow, Craig Robertson, Eddie MilUl Jack Salo. Row 2: Sam Hanson, Jim Kern, Tony Pocrnich, Captain Don Burgess, Doi| McKinnon, Walt Morin, Dave Court, Ben Wylie, John Timmons, Coach Vern D - fi r. WmM Playcn using this rink do so of their own risk 123 1 Goalie Walt Morin, o big reason for the improvement of Denver ' s hockey club. DU- MINNESOTA 4- 10 4 I DU ' WKHITA STARS 5 6 8 2 Pioneer and Wolverine clash for possession of puck. DU- MICHIGAN STATE 7 2 7 2 u DU- MICHIGAN 4 S 5 I Burgess watches Kern get ready to pass. !iytiii- ' ' " (V DU - ALBERTA 4 S 5 7 CC advances disc into Pioneer defensive zone. DU - PRINCETON 7 } DU ' MICHIGAN TECH ) S 9 I OH! O ' Leary you slipped. DU - wyo 16 O S 2 Ice acHon is oil boarded up rdcd up. I 125 SUCCESS STORY Coach Willy Schaeffler ' s Pioneer slatmen became the year ' s only championship outfit for the Crimson and Gold. The skiers had the distinction of becoming the first western college to annex the Skimeister trophy, symbolic of the Annual Dartmouth Ski Carnival winner staged at Hanover, N. H. Paced by the Wegeman brothers, Keith and Paul, Don Johnson and Don Elisha, the skiers grasped such meets as the Colorado University-Colorado Mines Invitational at Steamboat Springs, the DU Invitational at Winter Park and the Western State Invitational at Gunnison. In addition to K. Wegeman, Johnson and Elisha, the other letterman was Dick T allman. The squad ' s only Sophomore, Wegeman, was brilliant in the cross country and jumping events while Keith ' s speciality was the downhill and slalom events. Newcomers for the Hilltop forces were Tom Hoffman, Magnus Bucher and Albert Boe who gained most of their experience in Europe. Tom Hoffman, Magnus Bucher, Keith Wegeman, Don Elisho, Cooch Willy Schoeffler, Albert Boe, Paul Wegemon, Don Johnson v .. ' • 1 t Timber! i " 5. ■ X " Oh my, whot do I do now? " DU ' i ski star, Don Johnson, who wos trogicolly killed in a plane crash in March. dfa BAT BOYS What con I say after I say I ' m sorry? • c. mS - , jft i£ ' . ' ' ' ' ii % % Birds, birds — always birds. Row 1: John Vecchiavelli, Don Carline, Jim Liley, Col Chai. Row 2. Wes Weber, Cooch; Art Knott, Don Day, Francis Yap, John Boltz. Row 3. Ron Johnson, Jim Erfurdt, Jack McCraner, Fred Epstein, Les Pedicord, Earl Boltz. If you hit this one I ' ll just die. DU ' s answer to the Rockcttcs I Now just wait till we start using balls. mtmA WATER WINGS r Row ■ Tom Murphy, Assistant Coach; Dave Miller, Bob McCartney, Jim Crist, Jim Kyle, Assistant Coach. Row Z.- Bob McClinton, Ted Harris, Dave Kohn, Dick Hutcheson, Bob Jones, Jesse Roy. a Although misfortune struck early when two men left for the service and one was declared ineligible, Coach Bob Seymour ' s swimmers managed to provide competition that proved hard to beat. Counting on the three lettermen, Captain Ted Harris, Dave Miller and Dave Kohn for the club ' s strength, they splashed their way to a fourth place ranking in the annual Skyline conference meet staged at Brigham City, Utah. Jim Crist won a very close second among the divers in the loop affair. Losing their opening encounter with Gustavus Adolphus by a small margin, the tankers showed spunk and enthusiasm and always put forth maximum effort. I just remembered, I can ' t swim. n»n»»»a«iia mfSi! aa±IyS ' GORGEOUS GEORGES Wrestling, under the coaching of Lou Young, had only a mediocre season. Ben Coleman, 137-pounder, remained undefeated through six matches and annexed the title in his weight division. The squa d was bothered by injuries all year and s«w their best action in the conference meet. The Pioneers placed third with 30 points as Wyoming won the Skyline wrestling crown for the second straight year. Will Howard, third year letlerman, along with Dave Brewer and Norm Speak had rather good individual records. Jim Coleman, light heavyweight, was one of the team reliables turning in satisfactory performances. Other men who completed the squad ' s members were Ken Kiefer, Richard Kimball, Vincent Walsh, Walt Kirstein and Art Quinn. Spinetwisters in action — the Coleman brothers, conference champ; I Row ; Art Quinn, Jim Coleman, Ben Coleman, Will Howard, Dave Brewer. Row 2: Dick Fox, Norman Speak, Vince Walsh, Walt Kierstein, Dick Kimble, Ken Kiefer. StopI You ' re hurting me. Sow 1: George Brennan, Poul Tyler. Row 2: Al Jockson, Jim Shelfon, Al Gen sch. ' -SJCsisS;: CINDER CREW With the loss of Denver ' s ace track star, Jerome Biffle, the team under the guiding tutelage of Coach Mike Jurich, found traveling a bit rough. This marked the second year on the cinder oval for Jurich, who worked hard on available material to field a well rounded squad. The team ' s power was concentrated in lettermen Cooper, Finberg, Holbrood, McCarty, Martin, Parkin, Preciado, Weber and Zwerlein. Sprinters Barnes and Bailey, and low hurdler Martin turned in their best showings in the indoor meets. Preciado and Troxell, reliables in the shot-put were backed up by Lucht and McCarthy in the discus. Losing a tough meet to A M, began their season. Then the enthusiastic team dropped the second one to the outstanding Mickey Dunn of Wyoming. The Pokes won the second DU Invitational Indoor meet with Denver pacing fourth. Cindermen warm up for frock pageant. Row . ' Roland Breaux, Wilburn Dowell, Don Finberg, Gordon Kovor, Tom Griffiths. Row 2; Herbert Stevens, Mercer Cresop, Dick Webb, Dick Preciado. Row 3: Vol Senter, Tom Mauries, Ray Luchf, Bob Reeves, Coach Mike Jurich. Row I. Gordon PhiHer, Al Greedy, Art Milmon, Doug DcWiH. Row 2: Coach Bob McKee, Jim McMenomin, Chuck Bronch, Jim Crist, Al Murray. TIDY TUMBLERS Denver ' s gYmnasfic team made a good showing in its second year of varsity competition, gained much experience and the all important know how. Coach Bob McKee ' s boys won their first battle with Greeley, 40 ' a-39Vs, and lost four tilts to more polished and accomplished teams. The gymnasts lost a close contest to Colorado AftM, 42-38. Participating in the first DU Invitational meet the high flying artists pursued third position with 15 points. Specialists Jim Crist and Jim McMenamen were outstanding as they helped to establish the efforts of the team. A lesson in how best to count Adams ribs DRIVING DEMONS Paul McMullen, Bill Harris, Joe Lynch, Clarence Peltz, Coach Babe Lind. Relying on three returning lettermen, Paul McMullen, Joe Lynch and Bill Harris, Coach Babe Lind ' s defending champion golfers looked forward to annexing their third league crown in four years. The smart swinging linksters undoubtedly missed the low scoring of Frank VanMeter and Ted Hart. Newcomer Clarence Peltz advanced from the Freshman ranks. Defending their title in the Broadmoor Invitation at Colorado Springs, the putterers also participated in the annual Skyline conference tournament. Coach Fran Garth directed one of the finest tennis teams that was ever seen on DU ' s courts. Coming from the Freshmen roster as undefeated, the combination of Jack TerBorg and Clay Benham, were instrumental in attempting to unseat last year ' s champs, the capable Brigham Young Cats. Benham, hailing from Hawaii, and TerBorg, transfer from Southern California, were strong single entrants. The returning lettermen were George Pulver, Grovner Jacobs, Charles Shissler, Erwin Davies and Thomas Love. Another prospective net smasher was Irwin Hoffman, to complete a well-rounded |i ROUGH RACQUETEERS Clayton Benham, Charles Shissler, Grover Jacobs, Jock TerBorg, Coach Froncis Gorth, Berwyn Davies. MENS ' INTRAMURALS i And his bothing suit never got wet. s Gad, lad, where is your sportin ' blood? INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS— Row Gerry Collis , Froncis Lewis. Row 2 Al Wotble, Gordon Cooper, Bud Chrismon. aBSE ys:sBMsnnzsi: The University of Denver ' s excellent intramural sports program ranks high among the colleges throughout the nation. The organization is set up to give all students an opportunity to participate in some form of sports activity. Supervised by Director Ross Wedemeyer and his assistant, Jack Burton, the program of 23 sporting events has drawn about 7,500 participants in the last three years. In addition to presenting such a diversified sports menu, opportunities are also given to learn new skills and games. ». ! INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL RUNNER-UPS— Row . Raymond Hill, Tom Hugo. Row 2; Jerry Leor, Ken London, Ralph Andriolo, Horry Toggort. Hey! You got the shirt off my bock, what else? Bouncin ' baby boy, so to speak. IHUHMH Throughout Ihe months the department schedules anything from archery to badminton to tumbling and horseshoes In the fall it ' s touch football that predominates the picture as 32 teams fought for the championship. Basketball took the spotlight in the winter frame. In the six cage leagues consisting of 46 teams, the leagues ' kings and runnerup clubs battled in a tournament for university supremacy. Softball is the big drawing card during the spring quarter. Other activities include bowling, swimming, skiing, golf, tennis, track, table tennis, volleyball, handball and skating. INTRAMURAL TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS— ftow ; Bob Wolter, Parker Bronch, Bob Mc CIcllond, Frank Doyle, Frank Ulrich, Karl Uhrich Row 2 Ken Dussingcr, Dove Kney, Buck Rumsey Fred Davis. Tom Leone, Jim Shackelford, Fred Jcolncr, Colbert Wilhitc, Tom Bronch. 00 Folk Dancing. Jock Burton and RoaWadtHMytr, Inrramurals. INDEPENDENT TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS— Row ■ Dave McFarland, Timmy Purcell. Row 2: Bill Sochou, Sherm Warady, Hal Bailey, Bill Myers. Row 3; Stan Berkley, Bill Qu.nn, Roger Johnson, Rich Witte, Bruce McForlond, Ben Sikes. No modesty! One of us is confused. WOMEN ATHLETICS WALK DCDTftUII i§l kikl k M Young women of Denver University are given excellent opportunities to engage in many different types of athletics and activities offered under the sponsorship of the Women ' s Athletic Association. The responsibility for the coordination of the sorority and independent intramural yearly schedule rests with this association. The fall quarter found interested women playing field hockey, and in the role of hostesses for the annual fall sports day at which five colleges in the region were represented. Swimming was offered weekly and a team participated in a swim day affair. Just missed the bully on the 25-yard line. Some ' s got it, and some ain ' t, so with poise and posture you con get it? ' Oops, pardon my pinkie, dearie. msymipv Winter lime finds coed skiers taking to the mountains and competing in tri-state meets, conducted by WAA. The basketball team had a very successful intramural program, while many other women learned all about spares and strikes. When April came in view, active WAA members took part in tennis, softball, swimming and in a mixed badminton program. The annual spring sports day high-lighted the quarter when girls from different colleges concentrate on having fun. Plans for the future indicate that the program will continue to grow, providing an opportunity for every girl interested to participate in her favorite activity. Row Barbara Low, Betty Wilkins, Morionc Opic, Joon Little. Row 2. Pot Willi- mont, Annobell Monoghan, Ellen Terry, Joon Carson, Jone Newton. One ball and five Ideas on what to do with it. WAA girls with watchful eyes on the birdie. jli Position in life is everything, especially while in flight. Alpho Chi House— 1951 Beta Thefo Pi — 1890 13 § mm ? n JM a M m IL yi 1 ;i PANHELLENIC COUNCIL ' Row Emily Schack, Pan Hellenic Executive Secretary; Catherine Northrup, Focuify Advisor. Row 2 Ardeth Porter, Secretary; Jane Newton, President; Betty Boozer, Vice President; Donna Stokes, Treosurer. H Panhellenic council is ihe governing body for all the active social sororit-es at DU. Rush programs and all policies of the " Girl Greeks " are setup by the council and future recommendations as to social policies of all organizations are established by this body. The Senior Pan-hell helps a Junior Council to orientate all pledge classes. As a new event in direct cooperation with Inter-fraternity council, combined meetings of both councils are held to cope with problems that confront all Greeks. Bringing wide acclaim and recognition to this university ' s council are such activities as sending clothing to Europe, collection of jewelry for the Santa Glaus shop and the correspondence-of-ideas program with other Pan-hellenic councils throughout the nation. Pan Hcl annual formal. Row Barbara Sontag, Joan Dickmon, Barbara Young, Sylvo Harvey, Beffy Parungo Row 2. Gilda Youngman, Catherine Ca»olcri, Betty Boozer, President, Joyce Amen, Secretory, Alda Bceler, Barbara Jones. Row 3. Marguerite Dickson, Froncell Lee, Corol Von Ordstrond, Chloe Schulti, Pat Potter, Bebe Gerwin, Joan Robertson, Jane Bootnght. ' » y Row 1: Dorothy Brown, Mary Lou Bottoms, Rcgina O ' Kone, Wanda Luckcnbach, Bonnie Bonebrake, Georgia Beaver. Row 2: Verna Hidy, Gerry Roden, Elouise Spears, Beverly Adams, Irrs Polk, Mother Redding, Phyllis Tarman, Jeanc Schilling, Peggie Farnsworth, Martha Williams. Row 3. Pat Larncd, Sonia Torgeson, Peggy Miller, [ Mary Lou Vetter, Patricia Phillips, Priscilla Boucher, Lucille Reinen, Barbara Schunk, Doris Roberts, Dorothy Nitsch Ellis, Nona Jean Tully, Wanda Bowen. ALPHA CHI OMEGA Just a hop, skip and jump from the campus you will find ihe Alpha Chis whose crowded social calendar made this year one to be well remembered. The crowning of the " King of Hearts " at the spring formal is the social highlight of the season. The Alpha Chis sponsor such worthy philanthropic activities as projects which call for the contribution of time, effort and money to help children stricken with cerebral palsy. The annual fashion show at Montaldo ' s helps to raise funds for this cause. ■ iiliyillllUlUUv--- " :: ■- - •iiSMHJ!! ' " - ffew 1: Gwen Volzke, Virginia Robinson, Joon Alexander, Beverly Studley, Esther Osborn. Row 2: Jayne Rankin, Ladin Mayberry, Sally McCartney, Sally Mechling, Chloe Schultz, Morgy Andersen, Beverly Lockwood, Morno Jordan, Nancy Lord. How J: Joon Jeurink, Thelmo Jean Bush, Helen Soyre, Potricio Fleming, Phyllis Woodbury, LeAnn Kohmon, Carol Miller, Jean Emerson, Ann Luscombc, Helen Pinkcrton. Row Beverly Adams, Treasurer, Phyllis Tormon, President, Gerry Roden, Pan HcHenrc Representative Row 2 Ins Polk, Corresponding Secretory, Jeone Schillrng, Recording Secretory; Priscillo Boucher, Vice President, Patricia Phillips, Pledge Trainer; Wanda Bowen, Rush Captain. Alpha Chi ' s golden compact. Row (• Joan Madden, Elizabeth Hughes, Lo Verne Cart, Patricia Hageman, Caroly Brenden, Ardyce Glover. Row 2; Dorothy Schlagel, Morjorie Ross, Betty Froncis Mrs. Baldwin, Donna Bricker, Darlene Beister, JoAnn Finch. Row 3. Jeanne Fertig Jane Taylor, Barbara Kiesler, Shirley Ertel, Patricia Potter, Doris Shaffer, Potricii Nelson. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA A fine collection of coeds are the Alpha Gams — from their Hill-top Heritage they awaited the time the calendar would find enough days for fun, feast and frolic. The Alpha Gams won the Sigma Chi rodeo cup again this year for the second straight year. Two formal dances a year spark the social calendar at the house — the pledge formal in the fall and the spring formal where the Alpha Gam " Man of the Year " is crowned. Alpha Gams have members active in almost every organization on campus and they hold several all-school offices. ifiiiniwiiiiiiiiit Aow . Gloria EIzi, Rosemary Drea. Annette Evons, Borbora Schwob, Dixie Lee Horrington, Yvonne Bottonc Row 2 Eleanor Ditollo, Chcrie Goss, Sylva Horvey, Geroldine Former, LoAnn DePuy, Betty Hunter, Morgoret Potty Row 3 Lois Thomas Leik, Jconc Riggs, Janet Bcabcr, Poulo McGrcw, Marilyn Kail, Mary Elizabeth Roll, Barbara Cook. Row ' Diiie Lee Harrington, Rush Coptoin, Donna Bricker, President; Barbora Schwob, Social Choirmon Row 2 Dorothy Schlogcl, Treasurer; Betty Hunter, Secretory. Barbara Cook, 1st Vice President; Jonet Beober, 2nd Vice President; Morilyn Kail, House President. Which one is the Alpha Gam? J. Row : Joon Mitchell, Joy Jones, Alumnae Advisor; Mother Smythe, Betty Jo Shoun. Row 2: Irene Main, Gloria LeBeda, Lois Buckminster, Joy Peterson, Normo Kasman. ALPHA XI DELTA The Alpha Xis started the New Year off in a grand manner by rnoving into their new house on South University Boulevard. High scholarship combined with friendliness is a standard ingredient of any Alphi Xi. The social schedule is always in full swing with dinners and formals taking top billing. Visits to Fitzsimons Hospital, donations to the Infantile Paralysis Fund and other worthwhile projects help the Alpha Xis to be among the never-to-be-forgotten girls on the DU campus. 152 mir " ( Sow ■ Dolores Pforr, June Henry, Wilma McCoy, Betty Knoles. Row 2; Edna Mocoron, Elaine Frost, Pat Chorley, Barbara Cook, Carol Chenoweth. " Not too hard — my filling ' s loose. " Row I- June Henry, Vice President; Wilmo McCoy, President. Row 2 Barbara Cook, Treasurer, Dolores Pfarr, Corresponding Secretory; Carol Chenoweth, Rush Choirmon. Row 1: Mary McDonald, Barbara Tracy, Virginia Williamson, Susanne Shenk, Mary ki! l Kay Cunningham. Row 2: Donna Snodgrass, Jo Ann Wright, Nancy Newman, Deborah ( Hand, Louann Jurgens, Mary Lou Clark, Joyce Amen. Row 3; Laurel Gemmell, ' Beverly Hammond, Marlene Reide, Mary Freiberger, Ann Watson, Cynthia Scott, Sara Lund, Winnie Linsenmaier, Mary Sue Dick, Alice Hirsch, Bonnie Krogh. mil Ueiq DELTA GAMMA Beta Chi chapter of Delta Gamma touched oif fall quarter with a bang at Homecoming as the DGs displayed their golden anchor with pride atop the prize-winning float. Touching the top again, the DGs saw one of their members crowned Engineers ' Queen. Active members on Pan-Hellenic, AWS, in Mentors, Parakeets and as class officers help the Delta Gams put the " wig " on " big. " Reading sessions for blind students and providing a needy family with its Christmas bring philanthropic recognition. The pledge formal, the event of the year, is held in the fall. Christmas parties, exchange dinners and dances round out party time for the DGs. t - res Miller Rose Mono Murphy, Barboro Logqins, Fronnic Hall, Beverly E ._.• A.i.-.G Mac Udr Row 2 Alice Jo cc, Ruth Cortcr, Dons Soloday, Jean iJcms. Florence Best, Mory Ellen Addcms, Kay Mane Booth. Row 3 Louann • -ns, Judy Minnig. Joan Lcurhion, Jo Ann Hyndman, Bonnie Bauer, Barbara Rob- .-.on, Audrey Moser, Dorothy Seitcrt. Betty Lystcr, Peggy Johnson, Peggy Oaks, Joonne Wore, Jimmic Wells, Nancy Fitzcll, Marilyn Wooster, Jean Alexander, True McKenry, Ann Freiberger, Betty Ann Johnson. lefty Lyster, President, Peggy Johnson, Vice President, Ann Freiberger, Treasurer; Jinly Minnig, Secretory, Ruth Carter, Rush Captain. " And then the grcot big bcor sat down ... " V DELTA PHI EPSILON The Delta Phi Epsilon girls are really a happy lot. They have been gaining much recognition during the past year by the friendly and smiling atmosphere that always predominates when the D Phi E ' s are present. When the girls sold their house this last quarter, they became the first social organization to support the new union 100 per cent for its daytime activities. These gals hold down a strong social schedule and made every weekend mete out something outstanding Odd little twists to exchange dinners, record dances and picnics lead to never a dull moment. Row 1: Elaine Greenspoon, Corresponding Secretary; Thelma Broderson, Pledge Trainer; Myrno Greenwald, Treasurer. Row 2: Eilene Felsen, Rush Captain; Bobette Striker, Vice President; Louanne Francis, President; Lillian Cobrin, Secretary. maammauammmmi L S f Row ; Florence Blumenthol, Re.ea Corter, Joon Howie, Beverly Bauer, Bcfty Fern Hoyf, Greta Lea Ferris. Row 2 Modelinc Stierwalt, Marilyn Higginbotrom, Maryruth Kelly, Mac Bethc Hughes, Phyllis Wilson, Virginia Rigg, Dorothy Chuich, Imogene Wilhite, Joy Wilson, Shirley Harkncss. Row I Betty Fern Hoyt, Vice President, Virginio Rigg, Faculty Sponsor, Beverly Bauer, President. Row 2 Rc«ea Carter, Corresponding Secretory, Greta Lea Ferris, Historian; Joon Howie, Recording Secretary; Florence Blumenthal, Chorister. MU PHI EPSILON The Mu Phis are the professional music gals with an honorary standing. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship and musical ability- The Mu Phis sponsor monthly musicals with other musical sororities and fraternities, musical programs for different hospitals in the region, and elaborate and tuneful rush parties. The Founders ' Day banquet is always a red letter day for the Mu Phis. Members participate in many campus activities including Madrigal Singers, A Cappella choir, Pops orchestra and the DU band and orchestra. Row ; Marilyn Miller, Joyce Bend, Mrs. Potter, Louonn o Churchill, Anita Freyj Li f , Row 2. Ilene Barr, Joy Storner, Marguerite Dickson, Berniece Frye, Carol Van Ordul; Strom, Ardeth Porter, Joonn Weidner, Shannon Toothaker, Lorraine Kenitz. In GIti DELTA ZETA The orchid-box girls have done it again I After a highly successful Homecoming, the DZs turned to thoughts of other things. Being of high social prominence on South University Boulevard, the DZs turn the old trick of combining academics and fraternization into reality. The crowning of the pledge queen at the fall formal is the social highlight of the year. Quarterly formals well integrated with exchange parties, dances and picnics make up the social calendar for the year. M mUSicmmm J2- Frances Frerichs, Skip Sochic, Pot Edcnburn, Mary Olsen, Joan Kyle. Row 2: i: jwiers, Murline Bowro, Ernestine Allen, Joan Swartilow, Gloria Bower, Nadine elson, Glende ne McColl, Joyce Bower, oonno Churchill, Vice President, Anita Frey, Treosurer; Joyce Bend, President; ■rilyn Miller, Recording Secretary. Keeping it cool. Row 1: Barbara Lowson, Helen Cenkovich. Row 2: Flo Stickle, Gerry Patterson, Jm |j jgrli Dickman, Phyllis Jarratt, LoVonne Aiton, Karen Milloy. Row 3: Betty Butler, D( |,„(j{g Duncan, Susan McEniry, Eloise Holbrook, Elaine Krebocher, Lois Whittaker, Jo nj jji Hardy, Bessie Hastings Perkins, Solly Campbell, Betty Fern Hoyt, Pat Thill, Jo( | Sispela, Katherine Marinoff, Ann Horner Hall, Paulo Davis Hinkle. GAMMA PHI BETA The Gamma Phi Betas have had a great year of successes as a social sorority- Dances, picnics, hayrack rides, costume parties and the like have made if a not-to-be forgotten year for the 1951 seniors and the undergraduates as well. The G Phis had more than the usual number of wheels. Philanthropically, the G Phis give Christmas baskets and parties for the needy, and they also contribute to the Gamma Phi Beta summer camp for underprivileged children. The three quarterly formals, the Founders ' Day banquet, the senior breakfast more than make a wonderful calendar — one to be long remembered. All RMiii kVt cifi J»f. nr Barbara Lee Cook, Mory Moe Scoff, Mrs. Brown, Sarah Ann Hickerson, Rufh Jung, Borboro Swonson. Row 2 Norma Penny, JoAnnc Aspinall, Norma Palmer, eonore Thompson, Borboro Rehm, Noncy Shipley, Joan Thompson, Morilyn Packert, itricia Alden, Sally Larson, Barbara Bumside, Borboro Sfacy, Ann Rondell, Louise ' otson. ow Ann Horner Hall, Treosurer, Lilo Shaw, Presidcnf, Barbara Lawson, Cor- Mponding Secretary Row 2 Gerry Pafferson, Pledge Troincr, Sally Compbell, louse Monager, Beffy Fern Hoyf, Recordmg Secrefory, Dec Duncan, Vice Presidcnf. don ' t care it the Koppo Sigs ore coming over tonight, we aren ' t going to hide the J KAPPA DELTA Row J; Jeanie Koch, Helen Hallock, Noncy Koperski, Mory Lou Norberg, Mrs. R. Ii|, tJi Newbury, Noncy Stevens, Donna Stokes, Pot Smith, Pot McDonold. Row 2: Jo Ann, ii, Tompson, Bernie Kosinski, Betty Kosinski, Gwen Bowen, Joan Robertson, Susie Rul |. i;,j|| ledge, Cloire Allen, Marlene DeBont, Rachoel Ragsdole, Charlotte Fairlamb, Moi ,,j,j Elizabeth Schneider, LoRue Perry, Pat Bronnon, Winifred Smith, Pauline Stebbin Beverlee Swalla. Schooners or schooners, it all adds up to winning the Homecoming house decorations for the KDs. Socially active in all school functions, their participation in Homecoming, May Day and Twilight Sing is the key for all competitors to keep on their toes. The sponsoring of a crippled Denver girl is an outstanding service of the sorority. This and many other activities keeps KD and DU standards brightly lighted in the eyes of many. The Founders ' Day banquet, scholarship dinner and quarterly formals keep the social calendar on top. 162 JK CJi t ) Willa Watson, Beverly Butcfish, Mory Janet Koesler, Irene Southwell, Suzanne ' iPow, Patricia Stuff, Eloine Holey Row 2 Shirley Frey, Betty Rollings, Joanne ♦ey, Nanette Petticrew, Edna Ponter, Thco Wright, Elaine Graham, Donno Smith, " Verly Lomb, Florence Hewitt, Delores Cann, Dona Spiker, Joanne Elliott, Jo Ann r 1: JoAnn Elliott, Editor, Nancy Stevens, President, Winifred Peterson, Treasurer. ' 2: Nancy Kopcrski, Secretory, Mory Lou Norbcrg, Vice President; Donna Stokes, b Captain, LoRuc Perry, Assistant Treosurer. You con ' t KiD me, there must some beer in thot schooner! V - ml ' Row 1. Margaret Reinert, Vice President; Betty Harmon, President; Dorothy Balliger, Treasurer; Bea Ward, Betty Watson, Row 2: Betty Bleser, Lois Williamson, Georgia lert, Grace Ann Murphy. " 1 wonder how many calories this cookie has? " PHI CHI THETA As one of the lop professional business sororities on tlie downtown campus, Phi Chi Theta must always maintain high scholarship and individual members must keep a 1.5 grade average. Socially, the Phi Chis are always " up on their toes. " Informal dinners, parties, picnics and formals fill the calendar, climaxed by the annual senior breakfast. The Phi Chis are rightfully proud of the chapter personnel file which aids all girls as they go into the business world by providing them with application forms and business contacts. IC - ' Ardicc Miller, Treasurer, Mildred Johnson, Sccrefary, Jeanninc Bronellc, President; Donna Stokes, Vice President. Row 2; Annalce Kyffin, Margaret Cotter, Elsie ulhmon, Elouise Speors, Elaine Frost, Ruth Mcinke, Blodwen Roberts. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha Iota is one of the largest national musical honoraries in America today- The chapter ' DU upholds the fine qualities the fraternity nds for. Members must either be a music iior, a music minor, or have a high scholastic i:iding and have the ability to perform before a musical group or audience. Open musicals and joint meetings with other musical fraternities maintain an advancement fund as well as being a social function. Workshops and musicales are the objectives of this worthwhile organization. Row 1: Gwen Meister, Bonnie Bonebrokc, Virginia Hayes, Marilyn Wooster. Row 41)21 fg Mary Lou Shroyer, Ruth Craig, Betty Jone Laughlin, Alice Joyce, Berniece Fry, Ma« [„| Haley, Nodine Nelson. PHI GAMMA NU Phi Gamma Nu is a national business sorority on the downtown campus. Once each quarter an outside speaker in the businecs field addresses the active chapter. As an added feature, joint meetings are held with the other professional Greeks. The Phi Gamma Nu contribution to philanthropy is the giving of typewriters to help veterans rehabilitate. Social functions include regular open houses and exchange dinners, hayrack rides, barn dances, picnics and formals. fcl.f, ■M ?ow 1: Pot Gfrfcn, Vice President, Anne Douthif, President; Peggy Bntton, Faculty d»isor Row 2 Lou Ann Burch, Secretary, B J Wolf, Scribe, Betty Jane Laughlin, ' onhcllenic Representotivc; Nadine Nelson, Treosurer; Mary Lou Shroycr, Pledge Troiner. H sHtft K H k , Dfl Row 1: Sara Wescoat, Eleanor Crowder, Marion Bovard, Emmy Lou Rohr, Patsy ' Chambers, Betty Wilkins. Row 2; Janet Madden, Mimanell Parry, Edith Hill, Jeon- Hill, Elizabeth Crandoll, Catherine Orr, Mary Ahrens. Row 3; Connie Hobbs, Janiej Grant, Beverly Tabor, Barbara Beeler, Annobelle Monoghon, Joanne Carson, Aldo ' Beeler, Louise McLaughlin, Jean Robb, Dorothy Moon, Barbara Kendall, Ann Mc- Carty, Kathie Maddock, Sharon Walker. PI BETA PHI The Pi Beta Phis at DU have a reason to be proud as they have been given the honor of being the outstanding chapter in the country. Socially and academically the Pi Phis are lops. Activities throughout the year include a pledge tea dance and a pledge formal. Winter quarter brings the father-daughter banquet and a dinner-dance. Spring is, perhaps, the busiest season for the Pi Phis, as well as for the rest of the social sororities. With it comes the Founders ' Day luncheon, the spring formal, the Mother-Daughter banquet and the Senior breakfast. 168 J, ow ' llene Eberhardt. Diane McClintock, Donno Rabinoff, Rosemary Knolle, Jone Jcwton, Roso Witscll Row 2 Billie Torrcnce, Holcyon Cochron, Patti DeMerschmen, ouonn Moore, Imogenc Wilhitc, Borbaro Low, Jo Ann Gholson. Row 3 Neva Lipe, orbora Jones, Morion Moore, Dorothy Corr, Pot Willimont, Marion Brink, Marjorie )pic, Ellen Terry, Be»erly Wendt, Eloine Kirkpatnck, Peggy Coshin, Ann Haueter, )orolhy Holbrook, Joanne Little, Anna Leo Miller. low I; Mary Ahrens. Vice President; Donna Robinoff, President; Marion Brink, •cording Secretary. Row 2; Louann Moore, Pledge Supervisor, Elizabeth Crandcll, iMturcr; Rosa Witsell, Rush Captoin. " So I says to that frizzed out blonde — Row : Joan McGranohon, Barbara Young, Dorothy Johnson, Delores Swedluni Jean Eischen, Merrill Louise Smith, Elizabeth Plowe. Row 2: Georgia Frantz, Di i| Rowe, Sue Long, E llengail Mopes, Mrs. Sutherland, Luella Spargo, Cecilia Gusemc) Patricia Schoenfelder, Solly Bobcock. Row 3; Edna Jo Petticrew, Jane Lutz, Nel4» Nosh, Sally Wormwood, Beverly Solina, Nancy Mosher, Norma Taylor, Betty Orcirl Rose Starr, Virginia Page, Betty Ann Roberson. SIGMA KAPPA Sigma Kappa at DU is flush with such top-notch personalities as Miss DU, members of Mortar Board and Who ' s Who in American universities. Falling into line socially as well as academically the SKs do all right with the ever popular " Heaven and Hell " dance, an all-Sigma Kappa musicale and, of course, exchange dinners, dances and picnics. As special projects, the Sigma Kappas sponsor a Greek war orphan, help finance the education of three Greek girls and contribute to the Maine Sea Coast Mission. - Rosanno Milner, Greta Leo Ferris, Roberto Neale, Patricio Huling, Mary ' aic, Betty Lee Duncon, Sue Burritt. Row 2: Alcno Moc Jelinek, Betty Boozer, na Lamb, Vol Pccchcr, Beverly Corlzen, Horricft Glcoson, Lenore Neill, Dorothy .„ sen Row 3 Mory Jonc Hoyncs, Jcon Tote, Roberto Holl, Jeonnette Woodmon, ,ftoy Ludwick, Ahce Manning, Fronccl! Lee, Mory Jonc Arnold, Noncy Thocher. tew 1: Ellcngoil Mopes, 1st Vice President, Luello Sporgo, President, Cecilia Guse- in, Pledge Troiner; Betty Boozer, Ponhellemc Rcpresentotrve. Row 2; Sue Long, cording Secretory, Dmc Rowe, Rush Coptoin, Polricio Schocntelder, Trcosurer; Iricia Huling, Corresponding Secretory. Mother, pin a rose on me! THETA PHI ALPHA Row 1: Catherine Cavoleri, Pledge President; Betty Parungo, Treasurer. Row 2: Florence Blumenthol, President; Lois Trenholme, Vice President and Rush Captain; Connie Spero, Secretary. 172 Theta Phi Alpha is sYnonynious with scholarship as shown by ihe high membership requirements. The Theta Phis carry on such projects as the active- alumni needlework guild program, the Fitzsimons party for hospitalized veterans and the benefit program for a needy family at Christmas time. The Theta Phis find lime to make room for a full social schedule, also. A Founders ' Day banquet, the White Rose rush party, the formals and the exchange functions with other organizations on campus fill the Theta Phis time. I JHfJ Row ; Ruth Van : • •, Sponsor, Bcvcrlcc Swollo, Recording Secretory, Greta Leo Ferris, President; Peggy Cashin, Vice President, Wonda Luckenboch, Treosurer; Eleonor Kistle, Alumnae Advisor Row 2 Bonnie Lambert, Emmy Lu Rohr, Editor, Jane Tolivcr, Potricio Phillips, Morion Bovord, Rush Coptoin, Eileen Esser, Corresponding Secretory, JoAnn Wcidner, Rosemary Davidson, Cherry Davis. ZETA PHI ETA Zeta Phi Ela, national professional speech soronly, aclivaled at DU in 1946. Open to all women majoring in the different fields of speech, speech pathology, radio and theatre, scholarship is the primary objective of the group. Zeta each year presents the Georgia Crowell memorial trophy to the outstanding junior woman in speech. The DU chapter has been honored as the outstanding chapter nationally, and last year Zeta Phi Eta at Denver won the highly-coveted Johnnye Akin award, lor commendable work in the field of speech. Pledges: Sonio Torgcson, Ruth Gardner, Dorothy Russler, Lois Paulmon i 173 " —iwffrifgjtnmiW ' iM Donald Goe, Vice President; Byron H. Hosstedt, Secretary; Robert F. O ' Donnell, President; Dr. Floyd Reed, Faculty Advisor; Tom Wiseman, Treasurer. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL ' " ' An I. ' NrEPFR .TfCwiy COUNCIL Row 1: Donald L. Elisha, Robert L. Siegrist, Robert F. O ' Donnell, Dr. Floyd Reed, Faculty Advisor; Robert C. Hansel. Row 2 Lauricc T Hall, Robert C. Rhone, Byron H. Hosstedt, Wendell H. Martin, Gordon M. Hummell, Row 3. Richard L Webb, Tom Wisemon, James Pobrislo, John L. Marsholl, Edwin Steinouer, Jr., Thomas M. Sneeberger. " Fraternally yours " is the ever-going theme of the Inter-Fraternily Council which integrates and governs all activities of DU fraternities. Such worthwhile projects as entertaining over a thousand Denver orphans at a football game and helping with the support of a Greek war orphan fall under the IFC light. The dance sponsored by IFC is the biggest social function of the year for the Greeks. With the assistance of the university, IFC has undertaken a program to raise the all- Greek as well as the all-school scholastic average. IFC seeks to promote good will and interest between fraternities and other school organizations. H B . ' ' 1 H Bi H Ittlil m 2T 5R- ' jj Es L. Kr m ' W r ' yjy Mr ' ■H p M ' rt sv -, " IW J s 1 " r - . , It ' s IFC Orphans ' Day at the DU-San Francisco gome. Row I: Robert B ' d ' lf " . William J Hordin Michael Gnffm, Edword Lampert, Charles H. Cohen. Row 2. Lino J Agosti Donald Goe Steve Bcogle: B.irPlohmy ' ' ' " " " " " ' ° " " " " ' " ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' " ' " ' ' " ' " ' ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " " - Edwin Aderperge, Ralph H ACACIA , ■ I Quality, not quantity is the theme at the house at 2300 South High. Founded upon the high ideals of masonry, the Acacias have more than shown their willingness to work for their fraternity and school. Known to many as the " house of editors " they can count the editors of the Clarion and " D " Book, and Copy Editor of the " K " Book. As well as having members in ODK and on Inter- School Council, the Acacias really " whoop-em-up " socially too. Quarterly dances with very different themes predominate. " Night on the Nile " presented each winter quarter is perhaps most outstanding. ALPHA KAPPA PSI Beta chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi is one of the two fraternities on Civic Center Campus that is serving a dual purpose. A K Psi is a national business group that has as its primary purpose the promotion of business education. The secondary function is to promote social fellow- ship for the students on the downtown campus. " Party, party, " is the password and the A K Psis hold the monopoly. A Wives ' Club dance, farewell parties for graduating seniors, the usual formals and business meetings with the other business organizations round out the social calendar. Row : Warren Tosset, Mork Wiekhorst, Roger Roberg, Robert Honsel, Lester C George Brugger, Mike Morrissey. Row 2; Earl Mackey, Norman Paschall, Don Uc James S. Smith, Lester Dennis, David Wright, William Erickson, William Eha. Ro ' Walter Augusten, Corwin S. Bess, Vincent Walsh, Eugene Klein, John Modlish, S Larson, Corrol Rice. Row 4. Ed Huskinson, Alumni President; Bill Stoftel, Ro Fallander, Don Henke, John Schweigert, James Morrissard, James Matney, Ro Schuneman. Ladder fall where she may. w I; Roger Roberg, Faculty Advisor; Robert Hansel, President. Row 2 Mark iekhorst. Secretary; Warren Tosset, Vice President; George Bruggcr, Treasurer. 1: Mai D Pew. David Brewer, Cloire H Cusick, D. J Vigil, Joseph L. Lentz, ; Cresap, Deon P Honson Row 2 Glenn Walker, Stuort B MocMillon, Don C. , Carl W Mayer, William M Usher, Arthur G Lohmiller, Richard R Washburn, " i rmond L Olson, Leslie Mathews Row 3 Floyd A Head, Robert R Miliicon, John Rose, Williom Casey, Don Sporr, John A Rodcmockcr, Jack J Fay, John J. iiingh, Som A Kalcmeris Row 4 Pete Mickler, Laurence H Folk, Charles Lynch, lliam P. Cullen, Fred Close, John H Stc»enson, Richard G. Pork, Gene Michler, Ibtrt Perkins r 1 - v ALPHA TAU OMEGA Big Moment of the year for the members of Alpha Tau Omega was the granting of their charter and the activation ceremonies in May- ATO has the highest scholastic average of all men ' s organizations on the DU campus. Socially the men of the Blue and Gold are tops all the way. The Blue and Gold Ball held every spring is one of the major social functions among the Greeks here. Quarterly formals, exchange dinners, picnics and other outings make up the rest of the social year for the ATOs. Row ; Vic Sundfor, Mercer Crcsop, Bernard Anderson, Carl Knox, Bob Garr Ronald Emmitt. Row 2: Jim Molden, Arlo Schroeder, John Rork, Glen Johnson, Reifel, David Fletcher, Calvin Carroll. 1 Running the vote on pledges. low I: Williom Hemphill, Secretory; Jerry Swonson, Vice President, John Wilson, ' resident, Col«in Carroll, Treasurer Row 2 Ronald Emmitt, Faculty Advisor, Charles loop, Intramural Manager, Robert Harris, Socio! Chairman; Hall Beagle, IFC (epresentotivc, Louis Davis, Alumni Advisor and Province Chief. ' ' jow William Hemphill, Clayton Hielscher, John Wilson, Jerry Swonson, Louis Jovis, Province Chief and Alumni Advisor, Dove Sell, Duanc Michols Row 2. Hall leogle. Bob Dallas, William Prather, Charles Coop, Robert Horns, James Forwolter, ■ Thomas Elliot, Wallace Hunter. BETA THETA PI Beta Theta Pi is the largest member or the DU campus of the original Miami Triad group. In their beautiful and spacious house, the Betas are one of the campus leaders in the social whirl. Proud, too, are they of their members holding all-school offices, Intrafraternity offices and spots on varsity athletic teams. The outstanding and different social function of the year is the " Betas ' -a-poppin ' " party held every April. Pledge functions during the fall and winter, formals and exchange dinners with other Greeks socials round out the Beta year. ?ow : Dave Wolf, Tom Walden, Dick Meyer, Mother Teller, Jim Robertson, E Sandberg, Charles Reuben, William Flaherty. Row 2 Bill Coates, Jack Wilcox, D Pearson, Roy Powell, George Fraker, Ed Choy, Charles Cross, Bob Ahern, Bob Johi son, John Seller. Row 3. Peter Groy, Bob Hobel, Chris Elseo, Tom LeCain, E( Spencer, Byron Hasstedt, Tom Loggins, Dick Madsen. I will not rwcak girls, I will not tweak girls, I will not ... . Woldcn, Secretory, Jim Robertson, President; Dick Meyer, Vice President; Ton (Coin, Treasurer; Dick Modsen, Recorder. : Marvin Childcrs, William Teich, Wadcl Moldonodo, Bob Howell, Ernest leth, Alan Willimont, Bill Mason Row 2 Fred Martin, Lloyd Dimick, Bud ilin, Allen Jackson, Gene Stork, Gordon Moyberry, Jock Jonas, Eugene Nilson. f! DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi is a national professional fraternity on the Civic Center Campus whose purpose is to further business and social relations among themselves and various business organizations in the Denver area. This- policy is a determining factor in the success of placing Delta Sigs in the business field. One of DU ' s most outstanding dances is the " Rose Dance, " at which an outstanding junior woman is presented to the national chapter for recognition and honors. Another famous Delta Sig function is the annual costume dance for the pledges. Row 1: Roy Sonnleitner, Duston Scudder, Donald Shearer, James Knox, Ernest Snoe, Dick Atherton, Robert Williams, Arnold Moshek, Robert Lucert, Robert Wallace, Ralph Flaune, Don Elisha. Row 2: Gilbert Bretthauser, Robert Shepherd, Donovon Gladem, Bob Lindel, Paul Nehf, David Graves, Ernest Stone, James Robertson, William Balliger, Lindy Leifheit, Dale Leifheit, Wendell Nuding, Robert Ganley. Row 3: Lem Evans, George Pelton, Lou Dillenback, Seymour Austin, Frank VanMeter, Donald Gardener, James Butt, Richard Messman, Jewell Burk, Frank Petty, Lynn Cox, Frank Dougherty, Max Thomas, Vince McMillen. . ' ' " ' V .. ' ' " -V. ' N ' T) S. W M T.v;t -: i«? - " ' ' ' Yes, Sanro, thot ' s |ust whol 1 wonted for Christmas 1: Robert Shepherd, Scribe; Don Elisho, Head Moster, Stonlcy Dovies Jr., nior Wordcn, Joseph Richords. Trcosurer Row 2 Robert Lucero, Historion; Vincc IcMillen, Chancellor, Howard Soisslin, Faculty Advisor, Oust on Scudder, Junior ' ordcn. aim Wl ew I Bill Russell, Bill Burton, Kenneth Cook, Gordon Wilson, Woync McAfee, Noel yio Ictchcr, Bob Sicgrist, Jim Clerk, Joe Richards Row 2 John Nassone, Lloyd Richards, GoA) Jeyd Fluke, John Gordinier, Harlcigh Howcrton Jr , Louricc Hall, Albert Petrick Jr , iM(t« ' hilip Motzo, Stanley Davies Jr , P F Goosclow Row 3 Bill Fcucht, Ed Green, John ?, LH (kCoffery, D Bruce Wilson, George Smith. Bob Finn, Williom Lindh, Thomas mtbtr tt. William Jarvis Jr , Kenneth Kieter, Howard Soisslin. ' , »- KAPPA SIGMA Bela Omicron chapter of Kappa Sigma was founded at DU in 1902 and is active in many all-school fields including varsity athletics, intramurals and student government. On the fall social calendar is the pledge formal, winter quarter, the " Beachcombers " Ball, and during spring quarter, the spring formal. The event of the year for members of UPC is the annual " May Fete. " This celebration brings to the school a more than fitting close to the May Day festivities. Row .• William Harrison, Jim Cover, Jim Coleman, Bob Maul, Dick Gilmore, Dl Helzer, Howard Tompson, Jim Anderson, Dick Wendell. Row 2. Gene Wattenbe Wendell Chose, Glen Shellenbaum, Bud Quinn, Howard Allspach, Blaine Chase, Lc Koch, Jack Schuster, Richard Ryan, Dick Morrell, John Rose. Row 3; Roger Bi stein, Paul Bronson, Ronnie Moore, Dave Lawton, Bud Moloney, Bud DeLlo, Corl Billings, Hyle Otten, Ed Glazier, Ted King. iulc, " KOq of Amcrico ' s males ore mcntolly unfit for military service. " _, Carline, House Manager, Bill Foerster, Vice President, Jock TerBorg, President, kvord Allspoch, Secretary; Lee Goodbar, Treasurer. Itltt tw ' ■ Jo ' ' " Burden, Horl Petty, Bill Foerster, John Griffin, Mother Spcncc, Gene :tB, Itclnke, Jock Wilson, Lee Goodbar, Jock Thomos Row 2 Rich Edwards, Bill Igw iokanson, Charles Coleman, Dole Toft, Bob Knickrchm, Dick Ropp, John Timmons, It ' jki ard Burke, Bud Moto Row 3 Win Conroy, Pot Potton, Bill Benight, Robert Day, I ayne Fleming, Bob Linn, Bill Searls, Jock TerBorg, Jock Butefish, Don Corlinc. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Chi Alpha is the largest social fraternity in the United States. The chapter at DU is one of the outstanding chapters. Lambda Chi is well represented in varsity athletics and has members in several all-school offices. The fraternity promotes high moral standards in the spirit of democracy and has at all times maintained a high scholastic average as is proved by winning the 1950 scholarship cup. Their extra-curricular activity rating is high, also, as shown by winning the Twilight Sing and the IFC Chariot Races. Lambda Chis also sponsor a Greek war orphan. Row 1: David Streeter, Bill Bickie, Jock Barnicoat, Rollin Sininger, Edwin Ryl ,. Row 2: Larry Fay, James Booze, Bob Flora, Don Behrendsen, Edwin Adiespei Donald Aspinwall, Roy Turner. Row 3: Ted Abbiati, Andrew Vassios, John Ao Ted Harris, Bob Hill, Alex Frehlong, Jack Fisher. Row 4: Berwyn Davles, Hendrickson, Theodore Bryant, Edward Reinkoester, Robert Willioms, Holl Weill James Early, Jerry Goodrun. Cheek to cheek. • Do»id Worner, Vice President. Edwin Adelsperger, President; Donold Behrend- «, Treosurer Row 7 Edward Reinkoester, Pledge Troiner; Steve Girault, Secretory; «ld Webb, Rush Chairmen. ■ i ) Romond Walker, Roland Morris, Steve Carlisle, Larry Case, Jock Truzzolino, ' ., ' 1 word Christenson, Ken Frascr. Row 2; Lcs Pedicorc, Don Mycrson, Ted Leik, jiher MocDermott, Gory Nicloy, Charles McCoy, Jack Lenon. Row 3: Steve roult, William Cord, Doug Gibson, Al Westcrbeck, Bruce Wessel, Vernon Hough, olter Nohmcnsen Row 4 Gil Johnson, Merritt Shcrer, Lowell McKee, Dave Nuce, raid Webb, William Simpson, William Schroder, George Newberry, David Warner. © J I ; PHI KAPPA Phi Kappa fraternijy has as its first principle, the fellowship of faith. Composed of Catholic students, it provides a common bond which makes the Phi Kaps a close-knit group. Phi Kaps started a new all-school activity this year for the ferns on campus with the introduction of " Fleetball. " A travelling trophy is presented to the winner. Social functions include the Halloween party, the winter initiation formal and the Purple, White and Gold spring formal. Varied house dances and parties round out the social schedule. Row 1: Maurice Johnson, Frank Gatto, Bob Persichitte, Elmer Schuiz, Myles Dol Row 2: Joseph Jonuszewski, Bob Woods, Phil Plummer, Don Whalen, John McCroi Richard Seno, William Lockwood. Row 3; Peter DeLuca, Thomas Fahey, Wal Price, Paul Chabot, George Brugger, Emmett Milncr, Andrew Kordziel. PHI KAPPA SIGMA The Phi Kappa Sigs in the big while house keep a rigid and enjoyable social life going at all times. As one of the few groups on the campus who honors its housemother with a tea, the Phi Kappa Sig fraternity sets a standard for others to follow. " Winter Wonderland, " the winter formal, is the social event of the year. Exchange dinners and record dances with the DU sororities put the gents with the " high hats and derbys " high on the Hooper social list. To the Phi Kappa Sigs go congratulations for their fine participation in the 1950 Homecoming and for the winning of first place with their exceptional float. Row 1 : Frank Ulrich, Leonard Larson, William Hartquist, Tom Leon, Mother Coopei Ralph Bowen, Bud Robinson, Herbert Rumsey. Row 2; John Burton, Colbert Wllhitc Robert Warder, Allan Peterson, Park Branch, Otto Arnold, Fred Davis, Jome Mimmack, Frank Doyle, William Hardin, Thomas Branch, Philip Roan 3- A%» ' . f Candid shot — carefully posed by Bob LaGesse. . Tom Leon, Rush Captain; Kenneth Dussinger, President, Paul Schmucker, e President. Row 2. Robert McClelland, Pledge Trainer; William Hortquist, jeant ot Arms; James Shackelford, Sergeant-atArms; Otto Arnold, Treasurer; old Lorkcy, Correspondmg Secretary; Karl Uhrich, Housemanager; Colbert (lite. Recording Secretary. w I: William Reinecke, Robert Gray, James Shackelford, Ralph Fisher, Kenneth Ijinger, Robert McClelland, Korl Uhrich, Gilbert Soucr. Row 2: Gene Guerin, riynn Smith, Robert Bomgordner, Paul Schmucker, Jomcs Piper, Howard Berg, " lliom Jackson, Gerald Lorkey, Jock Elliott, Conrad Mortin, Howard Jones, Glover we, Richard Mitchell. PHI SIGMA DELTA Phi Sigma Delta is one of the two national Jewish fraternities on the DU campus. As a close knit social unit, the Phi Sigs can be found in any and all school activities. Closely correlated social events are held in conjunction with the Boulder Phi Sig chapter. Included in these are the Rocky Mountain Alumni Association, the Mother ' s Day banquet and intet-campus dances. A regular social welfare program is part of the pledge training received by the Phi Sigs. During this time all pledge members are asked to contribute a small amount of their time to work in one of the city ' s hospitals. For the third consecutive year the Phi Sigs have held a party for the children at the National Home for Jewish Children climaxed by a gala DU hockey game. Row 1: Ronald Levine, Louis Cohen, Selvin Ginsberg. Row 2: Alvin Epstein Solzer, Fred Kaufman, Morris Goldman. Row 3: Morey Idelberg, Claude Co Fred Sorkin, Jock Himelgrin, Ernest Stone. . ' Boord Bottom Trousers. w . Norton Snyder, Corresponding Secretory; Earl Greinetz, President; Edward impert. Recording Secretory Row 2: Charles Cohen, Treosurcr; Syril Salzer, Vice csidcnt, Herbert Maslin, Plcdgemoster. - ; Norton Snyder, Edward Lompcrt, Earl Gricnetz. Row 2 Charles Cohen, Joseph .-.howici, Ma« Goldstein, Raymon Snyder. Row 3 Victor Romer, I. Lconord Pass, Icrbcrt Moslin, Marvin Richmon, Mel Eskanos. ■SB PI KAPPA ALPHA Gamma Gamma chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha imported " Men from Mars " to help the fraternity float place in the Homecoming parade this year. Even though Uncle Sam took a heavy toll of members, the PiKAs have continued to put their all into whatever they do. Biggest and best of their dances is the " Dream Girl Formal. " The girl chosen here is a candidate for the national " Dream Girl. " Crowning the Smooch King climaxes the winter quarter Smooch Cup dance. Keeping members busy otherwise are the usual exchange dinners, hayrack rides and record parties. Row Otis Windham, Lester Cook, Robert Leiand, James Thomos, Franklyn Brau Edward Udry, Leo Milan. Row 2; Hogue McKinley, Wes Hoover, Ellison Ketchu Jr., Tony Ceranich, Albert Staley, James Pobrislo, Monte McKenzie, George Marti Row 3 William Berger, Robert Pawling, David Rice, Francis Miller, John Virtu Fred Day, Roger Hare, John Halwig. ,1; k " I undenfond the placement office has some unusual opportunities this year. " fl 1: Cloire Cusick, Pledge Trainer, Mother Smythe, David Rice, Alumni Repre- |.totive. Row 2 Otis Windham. Treasurer, Wcs Hoover, Vice President; James f rislo. President, Ho» ' ard Zirkle, House Monoqer, Edward Udry, Secretary. iiliifc I Robert Schv arti, Louie DcSciosc, Dwight Householtcr, Claire Cusick, Veric ' " ibce, Worrcn Sorinc, John Arnold Row 2 Robert Torrcns, Ora Smith, Eugene ' ' " ' Kr, Donald Zorn, Jack Landis, Russell Schroedcr, Reed Schenck Row 3 Thomas mberg, William Thomos, John Curry, Howard Zirkic, Bill Merry, Thomas Lomorc, chord Brown. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Sigma Alpha Epsilon members have, as every other fralemilYi been hit hard by the call of Uncle Sam. In spite of this, they are enjoying another fine year. They again beat the Betas for the 19th time in the 20th annual chariot race. The SAEs sponsor an annual winter and spring formal, but the BIG dance of the year is the Bowery Ball known to all on campus. Every spring Sig Alphs also sponsor the International Street Dance. The SAEs participate in intramural sports as well as having members on several varsity teams and in various school offices. Row : Douglas Michel, Maurice Murray, Vincent Sloan, Mother Werner, Re Cory, Edmund Steinouer, Clarence Peltz. Row 2: Dan Austin, Ted Schnack, Nor Swisher, Kenny Anderson, Harry Boner Jr., Bob Atwill, Donald Macdonald Buxton, Bill Dyer, Don Powell. Row 3. John Marshall, Jock Roach, William W ' Phillip Welter, William A ' Hern, Marshall Colpitts Jr., Ed Greenslet, Bob Macdoi Howard Fishack, Allan Macdonald. n a ■M- ' l . v ' f ' ■ : : ' ! ' - ' yl -Tj ftiAP .: . n She was a nice girt, a proper girl, but .... tow 1: Allen Murroy, Treasurer; Douglas Michel, Rush Captain; Vincent Sloan, fresident; Kenneth Parkin, Vice President. Row 2. Graham Horslcy, Chaplain; Phillip Welter, House Manager, Marshall Colpitts Jr., Recording Secretary, Bill 9uiton, Social Choirman, Ted Schnack, Pledge Troiner; William Weiss, Wordcn. 1:4 «Ki tow f; Lewis Mollory, Graham Horsley, Jim Snodgrass, Mother Werner, Kenneth Parkin, Jock Carver, Don Ebaugh Kow 2 Jim Oooner, Andrew McClelland, Roger Graham, Robert Buxton, Bill Carpenter, James Ford, Bill Sorensen, Ron Wilson. Sow 3 Allen Murroy, Stan Conrad, Robert Baer, Edward Dickeron, Eugene Klein, Kenneth Moore, Bill Hill, Dick Hittinger. V SIGMA CHI With a new house all ready 1° go, the Sigs are throwing new liqht on old traditions. Starting " new life " for the frosh is the annual Sigma Chi rodeo for sorority pledges and the fall formal honoring the Sig pledges. Other outstanding events throughout the year are the Milton Caniff banquet, the Sigma Chi round-up with Sigs from five surrounding states, the Hobo party and the Kiddy party. Finishing the year is the annual spring formal presenting the next year ' s " Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. " Other Sig activities are the Easter party for orphaned children and the Leadership Workshop. Row 1: Jim Chambers, Allen Risley, Tom Hugo, Max Coppum, John StoddaMli Branson Payne, Ernie Broukman. Row 2: Justin Lona, Charles Wathen, Dougl H Cass, Leon Anderson, Jack Hooper, Charles Phillips, Bill Martindale, Bill Blackhe ki Row 3: Jim Kern, Calvin Chai, Michael Peterson, Paul Amichaux, Will Lengel, Joi il Graham, Walter Eldridge, Gene Bridges. Row 4: Dick Clennon, Phil McCaw, B hi Fetherston, Dale Grey, Greg Guinon, Joseph Beeler, Dale Fullerton, Jess Croi Ikil Robert Sauers. nl gwgg r I must soy, George, this is a very odd bunch of rushees. m • John Broderick, Vice President, Jock Smith, President; James McCaw, Sec- iiy. Row 2 Ken Barlow, Pledge Trainer; Jesse Crane, House Manager; Mox oom. Treasurer. ibSMfly I: Jimmic McCurdy, Bob Ferns, Dick Jones, Jock Smith, Sam Crobb, Leo Bolin, ' b Da lold Soum, Worwick Downing Row 2 Bill Thompson, Richord Skinner, John ' to illoce, Monte Schcrmerhorn, Art Burke, Fred Kinnes, Joe Ncory, Albert Chapman L!«5! t 3 Friti Lundin, Richord Fix, Herbert Edwards, Jock Jay Hanrohon, John MtCti Jerick, Glen Zimbcho, Ruskcn Sovig, Richord DeLong. Row 4. Alexander Lindsay, isi Mortin, Allon Armour, Donald Rowc, Donald Goe, Marvin Lumaduc, Wendell rtin, Jack Nelson. SIGMA PHI EPSILON Well settled in their new house, the Sig Eps are real campus socialites with a " haven for the big wheels including the prexies of IFC and the Student Body- The danre of the year is the annual fall formal in which Sig Ep chapters from different colleges in the region participate. Open houses after all athletic functions, featuring light refreshments and dancing, are part of Sig Ep life. The Sig Eps are especially noted for their parties and their " front door brawls " with the SAEs. Row ; Marshall Simmons, Don Horst, David Conant, John Andrews, Dwayne Sh ij, maker, Clifford Blevins. Row 2: Cecil Wilson, Ted Powers, John Massone, Star |( Davles Jr., Robert Siegrist, Robert O ' Donnell, Paul Tyler. Row 3; Harold Toy i, I Richard Evans, Roger Grosheider, Leslie Payne, Dooran Christian, Arnold Borl rl David Cantrell. Row 4. William Coleman, James Fugate, Thomas Kenehan, Ji rit Ryan, James Beober, Arthur Giddings, Robert Helander, Warlyn Hommel. ri-,....- -:i=«M„«.: , TAU EPSILON PHI Tau Epsilon Phi is a national Jewish fraternity distinguished from most others on campus by one of its requirements for membership. To become a TEP one must be willing to participate in all-school and social activities as well as fraternity affairs. The TEPs are tops in social land. The annual " Snowic " is in a category all its own for the TEPs believe there is nothing like a good picnic in the snow. The annual dinner-dance held at Brook Forest Inn is the outstanding social event of the year. Masquerade balls, steak fries and swimming parties fill almost every weekend. Row 1: Burton Seidner, Stonley Halpern, Stuort Shryer, Danny Kramish, Arnold Steamer. Row Iran Emeson, Emanuel Kraber, Stanley Biegen, Harold Eisenberg, Norman Ginsburg, Leon Doai t,l( You mcon this cup only holds 14 ounces? rt Berk, Scribe; Stonlcy Halpcrn, Chancellor, David Kohn, Vice Chancellor, Harold berg. Treasurer. " " I. Anwar Chitayar, Edward Fronk, Ronald Goldfarb, Robert Berk. Row 2. Joseph o», Berton Seiden, Da»id Kohn, Herman Harris, Robert Gornbein. n TAU KAPPA EPSILON Starting 1951 with a brand new charter after over a year as a colony, the Tekes have proven themselves real campus men. With members in almost every organization on both campuses, they are more than living up to the old marquis, " Greatest attraction this year. " Socially the Tekes are far from the embryonic stage. The Carnation Ball, their annual winter formal, is one of the outstanding social gatherings of the year in Greek circles. The primary purpose of Tau Kappa Epsilon is to assist its members in adjusting to college life as well as to provide a lasting bond of friendship in later year. Iqtii Row : Thomos Sneberger, Wallace Ginn, Gerald Filer, Ray Humphrey, Edward Mallory, John Goodmon. Row 2: Raymond Snyder, William Sweet, Donald Beuthel, L Ronald Newhouse, George Gaubatz, George Bogadi, Gordon Hummel, Mark WIek- B ' l ' horst, Donald Rogers. THETA CHI The Theta Chis are best known on campus as the " red carnation boys. " Using the fraternity flower as a theme, they hold one of the out- standing dances of the year when they take off for the Cherry Hills Country Club and their Red Carnation Dance. Tops in many ways around campus, they are recognized for their code of conduct, which is taught to impress responsibility upon their pledges, their leadership, scholar- ship and participation in school activities. Having a nice smattering of " Wheels " on both campuses, they uphold the high ideals set forth by their founders. Row 1: Robert Payne, William Williams, Ken Switzer. Row 2: Robert Homer, Donal lL Erjomec, Williom Barnes, Joe Patwhite, Richard Braun. Row 3; Roy Clark Richar(l||| " | Lucky, Donald Woods, Donold Smith, Tom Wiseman, Bud Hill. GREEK LIFE... Ncustcters — $4.98. — And her hair hung down in ringlets — Margery Reed In cUi d d=y] b DzLb U A CAPPELLA CHOIR 1 Row .• Virginia Sourwine, Sally McCartney, Mae Beth Hughes, Ruth Schiager, Mary Lou Eha, Betty McConnell, Dolores H( Sochi Morimitsu, Donna Bricker. Row 2. Margie Nelson, Kotherine Blomberg, Joanne Myers, Jim McDermott, Clorence Sor Gene Dolph, William Keith, Annabelle Peter, Florence Blumenthal, Adele Kotar. Row 3. Maurice Waller, Cecil Hinsey, N Savig, Gordon DeBroder, Leslie Stonsbery, Alex Campbell, Dove McDonald, Don Pearson, Dave Miller, Rodger Fee. fc=i J It is the voices of the University A Cappella Choir that provides the music for the traditional Candlelight Christmas Service, the formal concert in the Spring and many other of the musical features of the school. The choir is open to all DU students and is selected in the fall after private auditions with all applicants. The choir performs some of the best and most difficult of choral literature. Each year, the choir does much to further public relations for the university by singing for clubs, high schools and on the radio. Soy " ahh. ' Row ) Paul Wilkinson, Jock Pfclffcr. Noel Bullock, Ardeth Porter, Horry Bowlond. Irene Southwell, Poul Srock Row 2 William Mowhinncy, Williom Gilbert, Arlene Southwell, Velmo Snodgross, Chorlene Buck, Morioric Arnold, Mrs Boynton, Daniel Sporr, Donald Olborn Row 3 David Jones, Windsor Wade, Her men Hacsc. Marvin Livingston, Joseph Brown, Paul Chabot, William McCray, John Westod ALPHA ETA RHO Off we go into the wild blue yonder and the Buzz Boys are off again I Tlie Eddie Rickenbackers of the campus are members of Alpha Eta Rho, the professional aviation fraternity. To become a member, one must be interested in aeronautics and be taking at least one course in aviation at DU. Each month these intellects of the model airplane class hear speakers in the aviation field. Socially, Alpha Eta Rho sponsors a formal each spring. President Paul Srack, with his able assistants, has kept a full program before these hot-rod racers of the airways. Row J: Irene Southwell, Roy Mertcs, Oscar Houetcr, Roy Wilson, Roy Vincent, Michel Troian, James Horrls Row 2 Williom Mowhinncy, Mary Collctt, Patricia Voil. Potricia Goldcr, Jeone Schilling, Joanne Usey, Potricia Leinwcber, Eileen Penny, Jomes Mld- dlcmos Row 3 Jock TerBorg, Williom Smith, Steve Smith, Maurice Johnson, William Clork, John Flem- ing, Rod Higgs, Charles Barnhort, Robert Stanford, John Dorley. 213 £ ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Row 1: Robert Gesell, Donald Young, Mark Chappel, Roy Diehl, Ralph Wright, Gene Overholt. Row 2: G. V. Holt, Jomes OmM .5 W. R. Hill, Leroy Love, Alfred Gahan, Shelby Candland, Normon Samuel. It is the function of the Alyesworlh Chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma, professional advertising fraternity, to " bridge the gap " between adver- tising taught in our university and the actual practices of advertising in the business field. Many outstanding Denver businessmen, some of whom are alumni of the chapter, contribute their knowledge and experience to the members. The Alyesworth chapter is dedicated to develop- ment of a sincere interest in the ethical and moral development of advertising. Row 1: Donald Young, Secretary; Shelb y Candland, President, Row 2: Norman Samuel, Treasurer; James Omdahl, Executive Secretary; Alfred Gohan, Pub- licity Chairman. ALPHA SIGMA CHI I: Bemic KosinskI, E»clyn Chaim, Borboro Burnsidc, Leia Jo Willis, Amelia Miller, Betty Kosinski. Row 2 Barbara Swonson, inBOi fO Cunningham, Sonya Dawson, Jean Hill, Paulo McGrew, Dorothy Sujato, Pat Zimmerman, Esther Osborn, Pot Willimont, Elii, Winifred Peterson The ladies of the test tubes and Bunsen burners make up the select membership of Alpha Sigma Chi. To be eligible for membership, a girl must make an " A " in three consecutive Chemistry courses at DU, or pass an examination given by the fraternity. Dinner meetings are held once a month. Highlights of the year are the Spring party given in honor of all graduating senior members, and the presentation of the May Day award to the Junior or Sophomore girl with the highest average in analytical chemistry. E»clyn Chaim, Vice President, Dr. Essie White Cohn, Foculty Advisor, Amelia Miller, Treasurer, Barbara Burnside, President, Leio Jo Willis, Secretary. 215 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA The only things patted here are the flowers. S:»»,- Row ; Thelmo Broderson, Janet Wohlers, Barbara Burnside, Mary Jane Arnold, Dorothy Johnson, Bonnie Bauer. Row 2; Voleri Peecher, Lourel Gemmell, Leora Cunningham, Agnes Poce, Noncy Shipley, Barbara Schunk, LaVerne Cart, Georgia Rollert, Mar Hale. ' ' " ■ ' Dons Harvey, Irene Southwell, Jeonic Koch, Morilyn Miller, Marjorie Nokomura, JoAnne Aspinoll, Betty Lee Duncon. 2 JoAnn Gholson, Juonito Veozey, Elconorc Thompson, Betty Ratcliffe, Betty Ogden, Ermo Noland, Betty Yamoto. WW. " The national freshmen women ' s scholastic fra- ternity, Alpha Lambda Delta, is composed of women students who have maintained a 2.5 scholastic average during two consecutive quarters of their freshman year. Alpha Lambda Delta participates in an unusual number of social activities every year, including a Full Program Tea, a Valentine Tea for prospecliva members and a spring banquet when the new members are initiated and awards are made to senior women for scholastic averages. The members act as escorts at Lantern Night ceremonies in June. JoAnn Gholson, Vice President, LoVerne Cort, Secretory; Barbara Burnside, President; Barbara Schunk, Historian; Jeanie Koch, Treasurer. I A. I. CH. E Row 1: Rex Osborn, 6. L. Williamson, Joseph Jonuszewski. Row 2; James Norberg, Lewis Howard, Bob Helonder, Bob Johnson, Fit Linck, Bob Rogers. Row 3; George Mosconi, Robert Rutter, Edward Binder, Ralph Heath, Joseph Saia, Vernon Hough, Doug Rile Row 4: Leo Kramer, Karl Uhrich, Leonard Greer, Don Knudson, Merlyn Salmon, Donn Parsons, George Rothweiler. Row 5; Charl .. ■; Prien, James Luker, David Schulewski, Darroll Powell, Dent Davis Jr., Jim Winkler. Row 6; Russell Noble, Norman Porter, Dai| Ki Fester. I ' Hlii Students registered in the Chemical Engineering Department are privileged to have a student membership in the AIChE, which is a national technical society composed of men in this field. Each year these students take part in the Engineers ' Carnival as well as attending the monthly sessions of the Rocky Mountain Association of AlChE. Even slide rule enthusiasts must eat, so special dinner meetings and picnics are sponsored. Then is when all these young men ' s fancies turn to thoughts of algebraic equations and descriptive geometry. Lewis Howard, Vice President; Merlyn Salmon, Secretory; Russell Noble, Presi- dent; Rex Osborn, Treasurer; B. L. Williamson, Program Chairman. A, I. E. E. -I. R. E. it Dm l o»in ' " ™ ' ' ' ' " Ruboii, Mac Jones Barnwell, Tahsin Bokr, Herbert Reno, Arthur Stiles, William Gilchrist, Donald Cottrcll, James iP„ , Frederick Hadley, Cormcn Tona, Murl DcZotell Row 2: Robert McVey, Robert Richter, Hubert Jacobson, Leonard Kelly, Herberger, Albert Clork, Charles Simmons, Fred Bickford, Virgil Gergen Row 3 Richard Reascr, Albert Homp, Robert Crab- Na|im Kassab, Williom Hurst, Thomos Crabbe, Williom Scott, Wayne Pratt, Peder Sonne, Gene Frey. This year the American Institute of Electrical Engineers united with the Institute of Radio Engineers to present a society that will interest every electrical engineering student. Social and educational activities are held throughout the year. Membership in AIEE-IRE entitles members to join the national engineering societies without paying the initiation fee and entitles each member to the monthly magazines of engineering. Members are given the opportunity to come in close contact with all engineering activities throughout the region. Row ( Herbert Reno, Focuify Sponsor, Bob Herberger, Chairman; Arthur Stiles, Faculty Sponsor Row 2 Albert Clark, Vice Chairman, Leonard Kelly, Secre- tary, AIEE, Gene Frey, Treasurer, Donald Coftrell, Secretary, IREE. AQUAD No two piece bothing suits! Row • Donna Snodgrass, Barbara Miles, Else Madsen, Jenny Lou Dunning, Margaret Forth. Row 2; Jim Pfeiffer, Lester Tedrc Marjorie Opie, Robert Sedgely, Roger Johnson. Row 3: Manuel Carrillo, Norman Bishop, Roy Rogers, Chuck Branch, Roh McClinton. t ■ Helen Soyre, Marge Puterbaugh, Bonnie Johnson, Morion Richards, Marilyn Packcrt. Row 2: George Shidler, Dave Kohn, fi Molkenbuhr, San Etcheverry, Hal Boiley. Row 3: Jim Chombers, Bob McCartney, Doug Cass, Richard Wirte, Dale Frey. Even if your conception of swimming is spending a day at the beach looking for Bikini bathing suits, you will still be welcome at Aquad, for teaching the wet art of swimming is one of the jobs of these pollywogs. Regular business meetings and a full social calendar is a part of the life of these webfeet during their splashings around DU. Swimming parties for the members fake place each quarter where the celebrants usually get soaked. A few parties are held on dry land, but the members manage to get soaked there, too. Each spring, the Aquad Club presents a water pageant for the entire school. Row Roy Rogers, Publicity Chairmen; Bonnie Johnson, Secretory; Bob Mc- Clinton, Trcosurcr, Chuck Branch, Vice President Row 2 Manuel Carrillo, President; Florine Tweedy, Faculty Sponsor; Thomas Murphy, Faculty Sponsor. A. S. M. E. The Engineers in action, or thank God you ' re in A S. 222 Row ;• Floyd Gilillond, Abdul-Fottoh Kaddouri Koddon, Virgil Goodman, Melvin Walker, Elmer Bernson, Bob Allen, Don WMhl Fred Hendershot. Row 2; Ertugrul Gumuslugil, Louis Dolton, Fred Grof, Clifford Epperson, Glenn Palkowsky, Don Calkins, Vil cent Adams, Francis Mastin, Kenneth Johnson, Frank Adcock, A. C. Emanuel, Everett Cecil. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is composed of studenls enrolled in mechanical engineering and other students who have an active interest in M.E. Regular meetings are held, where all club business is conducted and outside speakers give lectures on technical subjects. The members in this organization like a little relaxation occasionally, and various social events are scheduled throughout the year, includ- ing a " stag party, " banquets and picnics. ASME takes an active part in all activities of the College of Engineering. rttd: Arthur J. Millone, Jomol Woly, Mervin Lewii, Ed Dorij, Prof. Richord Stone, Faculty Sponsor; Chorles Fongman, Robert •delbeck. Ken Barlow, Naji Rabiai. Row 2: Henry Okubo, Eugene Pickett, Lester Rhoods, Howard D. Reed, A. William Mog- Hon, Nora! B Jocobs, Clarence W. Falkler, Gene D. Wood, John A. McGlothlon, James R. Mondt, William L. Streets, Lorern jrter, James Moldcn, Walt R. Frost, Thomas France, John J. O ' Donncll. Anwar K. Chitayat. Meryin Lewis, Secretary; Ed Davis, Trcosurer, Charles Fongmon, Vice Presi- dent; Robert Sendelbeck, President. ?ow .• Rosemary Dreo, Linnea French, Juanita Rauch, Bessie Hastings Perkins, Sue Long. Row 2; Betty Joan Wolf, Elaine Graham, Louise Watson, Carol Col- lins, Kay Carpenter. A. W. S. Row 1: Rosemory Dreo, Lmnea French, Juanito Rauch, Bessie Hastings Perkins, Sue Long. Row 2; Betty Harmon, Mary Net Jean Korr, Ruth Craig, Betty Joan Wolf, Betty Jane Laughlin, Ann Douthit, Elaine Graham, Kay Carpenter, Carol Collins, Lol Watson. iiiiiiicaifliin;;] r ' . ' Luello Spargo, Winifred Petenon, Re9ina O ' Kane, Nancy Stevens, Eleanor Crowder, Harriett Glcason, Marilyn Johnson, lores Miller, Betty Fern Hoyt, Peggy Cashin. Row 2: Borboro Lowson, Barbara Burnside, Phyllis Tarman, Dorothy Brown, LoRue Ty, Lrlo Shaw, Winifred Smith, Peggy Hunt, Lcnorc Neill, Lcio Jo Willis, Imogene Wilhitc, Anogenc DeWitt, Donno Robinoff, Ima Thomos, Beverly Bauer, Evelyn Chaim. Row 3 Jeannine Bronelle, Florence Blumenthal, Corel Chenowcth, Peggy Johnson, iy Lystcr, Joyce Bend, Mcndono Bokcr, Bonnie Johnson, Bobcttc Striker, Donno Bricker. A.W.S. is Ihe all-important organization that counts every under-graduate woman as a member. There is almost no end to the list of service periormed and events presented by the Associated Women Students, but heading the list are sponsor- ing the Lantern Night ceremonies; Twilight Sing Mother-daughter breakfast and brunch, A.W.S. dance (that ' s your night boys), receptions for foreign women students, and care of the Knudson Memorial Room. These are only a few traditions that have been conceived and maintained by A.W.S. Row 1 Dolores Miller, Noncy Slocns, Hornctt Gleason, Dr, Essie Cohn, Eleanor Crowder, Monlyn Johnson Row 2 Winmc Peterson, Regina O ' Kane, Winnie Smith, Peggy Johnson, Lenore Neill, Betty Hoyt, Anna Lee Miller, Anagene DeWitt, Gerry Patterson, I iPunrTT Row 7. ' Norton Kent, Councilman; Claude Nash, Councilman; Oron Noble, Councilman; Charles Lee, Professional Advisor; Joe Willioms Jr., President; Joseph Kell, Vice President; Harvey Jensen, Secre- tary. Row 2; Richard Mumma, Covert Hopkins, John T. Younger, Rod Davis, Eivind Nilsen, William Lewis, Williom Barbour, Hans Kahn. Row 3: Mike Lom- bard), Horace Brand Jr., Warren Graves, Richard Kail, Jack Meadows, Treasurer; John Milan, Edgar McMechem, Clarence Wells. ARCHITECTURAL STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION The Architectural Student Association is primarily a social organization to unite those in the field of architecture. The year begins with a Halloween Dance in October and throughout the year social events are held to be climaxed by a dinner in May for the inauguration of the incoming officers. One of the most notable activities of the ASA is the annual exhibit of student work. This exhibit is open to the general public and is well attended by architects from the Rocky Mountain Empire. f! i! ff n U f! t Row 1: Barbara Jean Scott, Joy Krenzel, Richard Lindstrom, Kris Tange, John Klatt Jr., Kayao Ozawa, John Younger, Tor Westgaord. Row 2; Donald Wooldridge, Harry Riddle, William Dickie, Robert Doyle, Earl Craig, D. Wanchope Crockett, Norman Kasch, Maxwell Saul. Row 3; Alton Rixner, Robert Botes, Bill Skufca, Edward MaKrokis, Arthur Mat- thews, Bruce Sutherland, Robert Dyer, Louis Walker, William Wright. wimunmiiflBBBa ■nmM UMMmmn; ssA BALLROOM PARTNERS ( Emcjf Sfone, Rufh Poffs, Frances Russell. Thercso Russell, President; Ruth Somuelson, Noncy Fitiell, Roymond Powell. 2: Eugene Salmon. Rolph Somuelson, Don Logerlef, John Goodman, Robert Peterson, Instructor; Jock Hutsch, Shamsi Hassan, McMohon, Vice President. Got a buck, Mac? If you do, it will just pay a quarter ' s dues for Ballroom Partners. This group is a boon to those who came to the university without acquiring the noble art of dodging the feet of some yokel who can ' t tell a downbeat from the magazine of the same name. At the annual dance for members and guests, the young students may proudly show their companions that all is not lost. " Look, Irmatrude, this is what they call dancing. Ain ' t it sumpin ' ? " John — Morsho . . . John — Marsha. BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP Row 1: Woyne Christian, Elizabeth Knowles, Dean Cecil Puckett, Eugene Todd, Harvey Kester, Otis Highbough, James Shoi( Row 2: Martha Hagberry, Mary Waldrop, Dorothy Eha, Richard Growgh, Malcolm Houghy, Mary Lou Eha, Anna Leo Miller. 3; Benjamin Morgan, John Townsend, Vern Taylor, Eugene Shoppell, Bill Eha, Leo Johnson, Robert McGraw. I The pooling of minds and ideas at the Black Forest Baptist Assembly College Retreat last September gave birth to the Denver Chapter of the Baptist Student Fellowship, first religious organization on the Civic Center Campus. The executive body consists of two cabinets, one on the downtown campus and the other on UPC, coordinated by one chairman who represents the group as a whole. Adhering closely to the philosophy of the American Baptist Convention, the fellowship hopes to stimulate greater interest in religion among the student body. Row ■ Benjamin Morgon, Secretory-Treasurer, UPC, Mary Waldrop, Publicity Chairman, UPC; Elizobeth Knowles, President, UPC; Mary Lou Eha, Vice President, UPC. Row 2: Molcolm Houghy, Baptist State Student Secretary; Deon Cecil Puckett, Advisor, Harvey Kester, Ministerial Advisor; Otis High- bough, Vice President, CCC; Eugene Todd, President, CCC. CAMPUS BRIDGE CLUB Stop signaling under the table! There is a bunch of pasteboard specialists of sorts that have labeled themselves, The Campus Bridge Club. These devoted followers of the Culbertsonian Art meet twice a month for business meetings, refreshments and, incidental to the meeting, bridge. Free instruction is provided for those that are fledglings in this conversational sideline, and for those who wish to improve their game to the extent that they will be able to get the same partner twice. The Bridge Club hopes to send delegates to the National Collegiate Bridge Contest this year and to start progressive bridge contests on the campus. Edno Panter, Secretory; Thomai LoMore, Vice President; Cecelia Guieman, President, Juanito Vcoiey, Treasurer. BETA ALPHA PSI Put $5 on Seabiscuit in the third race. Row 1: Lester Cook Charles Home, Albert Brenman, A. C. Keller, George Eokins, Jerome Kesselman, Gunnar Alenius, Rog. Koberg Row 2; Robert McGrow, Horvord Bobcok, Donold Stevens, C. B. Buckley, William Eho, Alvin Meiklejohn, Bill Hunte tjiibert Leak Wayne Shroyer, Gerald Olesh, Glenn Hogeman, Edward Gonzales. Row 3. Albert Swegart, John Vincent, Stuo MacMil an, Arthur Horner, Harold Giger, John Sternberg, Alfred Wiesner, Edward Firment, Willard Borgstadt, Ed Greensle Arnold Logan, Willram Trumbore, Clarence Woodman, Mercer Cresap, Bill Stoftel. 230 Beta Alpha Psi is a new organization added to the list of DU honorary and professional fraternities this year. Formed to encourage the highest ideas of the accounting profession and to establish contacts between the accounting student and the business world, Beta Alpha Psi meetings are held to allow outstanding members of the accounting profession to present their ideas to the members of the fraternity. Beta Alpha Psi has already grown to include 51 students and 19 faculty members. m : Gilbert Kar5(, Alfred Young, Aidon Mullett, James Schneider, Ted Miyohoro, James Day, Gene Shoppell, Beniamin Walls. IV 2 Glenn Walker, Elmer Gemar, Warren Mel, John O ' Neal, Martin Sanchez, Dale Milholm, Charles Olson, Earl McKcy, Glenn ben, John Rodemakcr, Raymond Olson Row 3 Fritz Lundin, Otis Highbaugh, David Brcssler, Rylan Radding, Robert Enslen, James itt, Robert Cunningham, Alvin Larson, Harold Gutjahr, Fritz Graham. Charles Home, Secretary, A C Keller, Vice President. Gcorqe H. Eakins. Treasurer, Albert Brenmon, President, Jerome Kesselmon, Foculty Vice President. CANTERBURY CLUB Row 1: Marjorie Jensen, Barbara Lawson, Marilyn Packert, Shirley Frey, Judy Farnsworth, Jean Aspinwall. Row 2: Douglas LittI Leone Westover, Jimmie Wells, Jack Clagett, Donald Aspinwall, Alphamoe Bondy, John Soller. Row 3: Rev. Fred F. King, Cha| loin; Frank Schmans, William Donaldson, Robert Archibold, David Warner, Donald Bondy, Carl Smith, Ernest Alt. One of ihe outstanding religious services on the campus, sponsored by Canterbury Club, is the communion services at 7 each Thursday morning in Iliff Chapel. These Episcopal students are united to bring the necessary element of religion into the life of the college student. Each quarter Canterbury Club holds a dinner or other social function and regular meetings are held on the first and third Sunday of every month. This year the DU club was host to all the Canterbury Clubs in Colorado at the annual dinner and meeting. Jimmie Wells, Treasurer: Robert Archibold, Vice President, David Warner, President; Rev. Fred F. King, Chaplain. COED JOURNALISTS 1: Potti Jo Hoffman, Lcnorc Neill, Peggy Hunt, Helen McDonold, Frankic McCorty. Row 2; Floris Davis, Barbara Loggins, I Hatcher, Carol Chenoweth, Phyllis Tormon, Ann McCorty. Girls, look what I just wrote — it makes sensel Such is the trend of conversation when the Coed Journalists meet. The female version of the old reporter on the " Daily Smudge Sheet " belongs to the club. With able leadership they learn the ins and outs of the newspaper game; and, above all, how to meet a deadline. The campus eagerly awaits Valentine ' s Day when every corner of the campus is covered by the Powder Puff edition of the Clarion. This issue of the paper is put out entirely by Coed Journalists. It must be said that it is a change from the ordinary newspaper. Barbara Loggins, Treosurer; Peggy Hunt, President; Phyllis Tarmon, Secretary; Potti Jo Hoffman, Vice President. 1 COLLEGIATE CHAMBER OF COMMERC Row • Ann Douthit, Sue Long, Mary Lou Shroyer, Betty Wotson. Row 2; Sam Kalemeris, Elmer Colestock, Richard Woshburn, Jol ' Tiiijil Modlish, John Schweigert, Art Lohmiller, Joe Richards. Ann Doufhit, Secretary; Elmer Colestock, Vice President, Richard Washbur Treasurer; John Schweigert, President. The Collegiate Chamber of Commerce is composed of men and women from both campuses whose primary interest is that of gaining a closer relationship with businesses in the region. This organization is the step-son of the Denver Junior Chamber of Commerce and many of the governing policies are adopted after advice from the JCC. The two main functions of the CC of C are the annual Careers Conference and the Public Affairs Program put into effect for the first time this year. mm m DAUBERS W 1: Carolyn Kocllinq, Moriorlc Ross, Sally Mcchling, Beverly Conty, Mory Harrison, Potty Ackermon, Patricio Holden Row 2: arles Venter, Ruth Gardner, Janet Keaslcr, Hannoria Moore, Joyce Lucbke, Potricio Seymour, Elizabeth Plowe, Karen Millay. Row Arlcn Morton, Thono Johnson, Hal Bailey, Noncy Fitzcll, John Alden, Robert Ewing, Robert Cheuvront. Yes, life can be beautiful, and the Daubers are plastering the landscape to prove it. Students who are taking at least one course in art at DU and who have an interest in the profession may become Daubers. Each year the club has an interesting spectacle entitled " Beaux Arts Ball, " which would give anyone the DTs if most students didn ' t already have them. Members take sketching trips to hospitals around the city and to nearby mountains. At Homecoming these enterprising individuals decorate the always-lo-be-marvelled- at Queen ' s float for the parade. Dick Frcor, President, Shirley Rudolph, Treasurer; JoAnn Gholson, Secretory, J Richard Sorby, Focuify Sponsor. 235 ttnvti D ' ' CLUB My dear, you look charming! Row 1: Dick Kimble, Will Howord, Claire Cusick, Jim Erfurdf, Dale Berglund, Gene Beauchamp, Dick Gray. Row 2: Don Elisha, Bud DeLio, Jock McCraner, Charles Shissler, John Griffin, Dove Kohn, Chuck Davis, Ted Harris. Row 3: Woyne Fleming, Al Weber, Gene Teel, Joe Lynch, William Wuen Jr., Lee Nelson, Lou Rillos, Don Weathers, Myron Craig, John Timmons. ; 236 The " D " Club is composed of varsity lettermen in all of the major and minor sports at DU. Biggest activity of the club this year was the Les Brown dance in January. Invited to this dance were outstanding high school seniors from all parts of Colorado. The " D " Club participates in " Kangeroo Court " for lucky freshman. Members of the letterman ' s club also hold a series of picnics for outside organizations to aid in the promotion of DU. t ' ' Joy Henderson, Eorl Anderson, David Brewer, Joe Gorcio, Calvin Choi, Don Finbcrg, Morvin Jussel. Row 2 Will Powell, § Coleman, Dovies Berwyn, Art Dollaghan, Chuck Branch, Norman Cowdcn, Jim Coleman, Dave Breternitz, Gene Smaldone, ph Riedel Row 3 Don Corline, Harold Zier, John Rotolante, Sam Etchcverry, Keifh Wegeman, Gordon Cooper, Jerry Collis, ;k Parsoni, Chuck Gorrity, Roy Jussel. Gordon Moyberry, Secretory-Treasurer, Hal Pfeifer, Vice President, Dave Brewer, President DELTA PHI DELTA Larry Rickords, Vice President; Patti Jo Hoffman, Ruth Gardner, Morion Brink, Secretary; Dorothea Smith, Doris Dillon, U|| Cordes, President. A major or minor in Art, a 2.0 average and at least a Junior standing and you are eligible for this honorary art fraternity. They assume that with the above requirements the student knows a little bit about art, but in some cases it is doubtful. These kiddies with linseed oil instead of blood played host to the national convention which was held in Denver last Spring. They work with the Daubers in the decoration of the queen ' s float used in the Homecoming Parade. During the annual May Day celebration, these easel enthusiasts have an exhibit of their artistic efforts and sell their pictures to wandering suckers. Another 90 minute cup of coffee. DELTA SIGMA PHI r 1: Gene Overholf, Owen Thomos, Kingston Minister, Vice President; Donald Smith Jr., Floyd Hcrncr, Bill Billcn, Lorry Rickards. r 2 Ernest Vocatc Albert Lovigne, President; William Huffman, Joseph Swiatek, Normon Monce, Secretary; Ray Brush, Robert ley ! r. ' y fi y ; " 4 -i; l ' A ' ' Ay, r ' f y. ' ' ,- y . The year 1951 marked the addilion of a new fralernily to the DU campus. Although still a colony, the Delta Sigma Phis are more than proving their merit by the number of men in different campus activities. The art editor of the " K " Book, the men behind the scenes of the IFC dance, and many others belong in the fold of the green and white. Of real importance to the Denver colony of Delta Sigma Phi is the establishment of their national headquarters in Denver. Editor ' s Note: The recent dote of Dclto Sigma Phi ' s oclivotion prevents their appearance in the Greek section. " Keep smiling at him thot way and I ' ll slug you! " 239 " Tl 1 DIE LUSTIGEN DEUTSCHEN fl Seated: Ward Powell, Mrs. Fannie Keller, Harold H. Atkinson, Ramona Klein, Marlene DeBont, Jeanie Koch, Mary Lou Eha, Joh( Naeck, William Epstein, D. Wayne Robinson. Row 2: Evan Copley, William Vollmer, Gisbert Poensgen, David Schulewski, ' Hordt, Walter Roedig, Helmut Sigrist, Fred Wimmeis, Magnus Bucher, Ibrahim H. Rubaii. Ach, Mein Gotl en Himmel, there is a club on the campus that has really gone dutch, Deutsch, that is. An ideal spot for those interested in the language and culture of the " Vaterland, " the German club insists that members speak nothing but German at meetings. Perhaps fhe Christmas party is the most outstanding occasion of the year with even a German Santa Glaus. Those entering the club with, " No sprecken der Deutsch, " usually come out saying, " Gute Morgan .... yah, Gute Nacht .... yah,- and Fraulein YAH!!!! D. Wayne Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer; Johanna Naeck, President; Harold H. Atkinson, Vice President. MW, m a DRAMA CLUB 1: Vema Hidy, Robert Godsey, Cherry Davis, Grefo Leo Ferris, Steve Circuit, Joon Grable. Row 2. Jean Eischen, Charlene ikup, Kothleen Eddy, Ruth Gottlieb, Ruth Eitlegeorge, Anne Connelly, Etta Wando Meson. Row 3; Delores Swedlund, John glio, J C. Holland, Allon Holmes, Jim Duderstodt, Dick Graf, Kofheiine Hook, Ruth Fifield. The Drama Club is an honorary organization for theatre majors, formed for the promotion of various dramatic activities. These grease paint enthusiasts support the footlight art on the DU campus by serving as bus boys during the DPA intermissions. Those more advanced members of the club are allowed to act as ushers at the plays. Perhaps the most outstanding of ' heir theatrical activities are their noted S.I. productions. Cherry Davis, Treasurer, Robert Godsey, President, Steve Giroult, Secretary, Greto Leo Ferris, Vice President DUDES AND DAMES Row 1: Amelia Miller, Secretary-Treasurer; Barbara Young, Anagene DeWitt, Michael Schalit, Joan McGranohon, Frieda Ri Mrs. Gerald Witter. Row 2: William Yehle, Vice President; Suzanne Tebow, Alfred Peterson, Leoro Cunningham, Robert Ens DoroMiy Sujato, Paul Rueb, Billie Church, Stuart Knapp. Row 3; Herndon O ' Connell, Charles Ewing, Ruth Henry, Stuart Mc Abdul Al-Hobeeb, Carol Pagliasotti, Fred Letfler, Robert Brott, Dorothy Matthews, Gordon Merrick, Gerald Witter. i c I Gloria Bower, Jonc Taylor, Robert McKee, Jean Hill, Vcldo Boker Row 2 Robert Christcnsen, Mory Nealc, Olen Wilson, iiorie Jones. Richard Bcrmon, Patricia Colder, Jomes Mondt, Patricia Huling, Joann Banghart, John Zumwinkcl, Joyce Bower, I rt Fernondcs, Helen Hallock, V illiom Manwell, Edna Bergh, John Bonnock Square dancing has swept the nation, and since the University of Denver happens to be in the middle of the country, they are also caught in the middle of this floor stomping. In the summer the Dudes and Dames send a group to Central City to entertain and ensnare as many wandering tourists as possible with their show of " western culture. " To the eastern folk it presents an interesting sight, to the western inhabitants, it ' s just a sight. So with a doci-do and a promenade these artists continue to stomp their boots and develop corns on any stable floor that is available. Row I. Marioric Jones, Treasurer, Velda Baker, Secretary. Row 2; John Bon- nock, President, Joyce Bower, Vice President, Gloria Bower, Pianist, Robert McKec, Faculty Sponsor EL CLUB ESPANOL I Row : Rose Mahoney, Jane Boatright, JoAnn Gholson, Vol Peecher, Secretory-Treasurer; Lydia Stoopenkoff, Elsie Clopp. ftl Dr. Penuelos, Foculty Sponsor; George Young, Dave Breternitz, Frank Pitcher, Thomas Lyndon, Carl Everhart, Marjorie Evel Poul Lows, President; Jay Shelov, Sam Monshi, Dr. Moya, Faculty Sponsor. Buenas Dias, Amigos. If you are interesled in the Latin American customs, culture or language, El Club Espanol has a place for you. The club ' s purpose is to foster better understanding of the Spanish and Portuguese languages. On July 14 of each year this club holds a Pan American Day and celebration and sponsors a fiesta sometime during the school year. Spanish is spoken at all meetings where films, group singing and dancing are part of the activities. You ' re sure this is the only way to learn Spanish? I I FENCING CLUB Dean FelM, Dave Schulewski, Joanne Little, Robert Spaulding, John Duboii. There comes a time in every man ' s life when he must commit some folly, and we have the living example at DU. These waltting partners with foils dance around the basement of the Old Union muttering dire threats as they wave their metal toothpicks at each other. They lunge and parry among the stray students that may be unlucky enough to be in the way. This sport (?) is supposed to build coordination and a sharp eye through the practice of the different routines .as carried down from the ancients to the modern exponents of this questionable art. m 1 ' ■ Oh come on — drop dead. 245 Row ; Bonnie Krogh, Lone Johnson, Jock Nelson, Gerald Simmermon, Howard Woolum, Faculty Advisor; Gil Souer, Her- bert Stevens, Nothon Thompson, Gertrude Furukowo. Row 2; Gale Weeding, Jean- nette Heller, Elsie Swensen, Deborah Hand, Corline Irland, Joan Gonzales, Fronkie Johnson, Lee Schultz, Evelyn Choim. Row 3: Joseph Wattace, Dovid Cantrell, Raymond Pasloy, Paul Dimmitt, Phillip Read, Edward Metz, Roy Clarke, Henry Benedict, Wallace Ginn, George Villano, Winifred Smith. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA To the little red school house with a leaky roof or to the Frank Lloyd Wright structure with the sliding green blackboards go these future pedagogues. Monetary returns are not their only interest in the future. They also seek to take part in America ' s future through aiding in the development of the youth of the nation. With meetings four times a quarter, FTA maintains a varied social program. Top speakers in the world of education are brought before the group and a close acquaintance with those active in educational activities is established. Row 7.- Betty Allen, Eleanor Richey, Irian Bounds, Gwen Bowen, Mackey Johnson, Kenneth Furlong, Suzanne Tebow, Marie Collins, Joan McGranahon. Row 2; Susie Rutledge, Iva Mathews, Laura Lee Cole- man, Beverly Adams, Marjorie Jensen, Bob Goodnow, Harold Atkinson, Barbara Young, Elizabeth Flint. Row 3; Robert LoGesse, Jack Knusel, Ernest George, Robert Hewlett, J. C. Holland, Gilbert Johnson, Steve Girault, Ben Coleman, Gus Ikemoto. GAMMA DELTA l(: Kofhryn Kairnn, Joon Troester, Lo Vem Heimsoth, Lenora Hicbcr, Ann Hocme. Row 2: Don Johnson, Pot Pool Agnes Vivion Sfromer, R Graumonn, Posfor, Elaine Johnson, Morgoret Priebe, Horold Bender. Row 3; Don Hengst, Ted Swon- tink Pool, Walter Sfromer, Alfred Euhus, John Hoegcr, Robert Komm Feltz Do»e Schulewski, Joanne LiMie, Robert Spauldmg John Dubois Numerous activities are listed this year ' or Gamma Delta, the Lutheran student organization. The biggest project this year was to raise money for the proposed Lutheran Student Center in Tokyo, Japan. Hay rides, a roller skating party, a " Reunion Banquet " and visits to regional Lutheran institutions have been pert of Gamma Delta ' s activities this year. The encouragement of the Lutheran fellowship, the training of lay-leadership in churches and the dissemination of Lutheranism in circles of higher education are the aims of this society. Row 1: Lo Vcrn Heimsoth, President, Ann Hocme, Secretory Row 2 R. Graumonn, Postor; John Hoeger, Treosurer, W. B Reinecke. Vice President. GRADUATE STUDENT COUNCIL What we need is bigger and better crib notes. Row 1: Mrs. Leno Archuleta, Larry Frost, Vice President; Robert Nelson, President, Alphonse DeGrei, Editor; John Barnes, Vivio Stark. Row 2: Jack Kemmerly, Edgar Milloway, Blair Hart, Duke Page, John McNolly, Paul Rogers, Dave Haworth, Dean Colbe Gushing. ♦» The governing body of Ihe Graduate School, the Graduate Student Council, was founded last summer and in less than a year has become the all-important organization of the Graduate School. The official organ of these students is the " Master Key " which has grown from 4 to 16 pages since its conception last summer. GSC handles problems, suggestions and complaints of the graduate students and coordinates their activities with those of the rest of the university. Each quarter a dance is sponsored for all members of the Graduate School. til DtRiso, Secretory, Hop NeUon, Alphonse DeGrez, Editor, Groduo - ' J- lair Hort, Viyior) Stork, Borboro Condron. » K.y Robert H. Nelson HILLEL Row : Morris Goldman, Lola Weissman, Shirley Roch, Jackie Halper, Joyce Rubin, Eleanor Berkowitz, Florence Gold, Leonard I Row 2: Betty Pells, Pat Gilbert, Louis Cohen, Frank Kaufman, Donald Goodfriend, Herbert Maslin, Ronald Charvonia, RacJ ,«W Burg. Row 3. Lillian Cobrin, Pauline Wolf, LaVaughn Rice, Arnold Steamer, Josephine Shupe, Fred Sorkin, Ann Katz, Mel]r«N Wolf, Morrey Idelberg. Hillel is formed to promote the cultural and religious ties of Jewish students at DU. Hillel presents an active and varied program to its members, including a year-round social program. During the y fi ioW. dances, panel discussions and speeches by prominent members of the Denver community are presented. These students have helped to conduct services in many synagogues in the city. Hillel is a member of DU ' s religious council. Row J; Marian Roshky, Corresponding Secretory; Sally Price, President; Elaine Greenspoon, Recording Secretary. Row 2: Ronald Levine, 2nd Vice President; Stonley Halpern, 1st Vice President; Gerald Feldhammer, Honorary President; Robert Berk, Treosurer. I HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ll " m I: Morgoref Richordson, Sarah Ann Hickerson, Mcridono Baker, BcMy Andree, Bc» Flonsburg. Row 2: Juanifa Veazey, ' tlicia Poffcr, Ruth Monsfield, Patricia Chorley, Emma Jean Petroff, Betty Jo Norton, Sybil Bates. Row 3. ' Virginia Williomson, iriorie Nelson, Edith Hill, Vera Foioni, Clora Shindo, Bonnie ie Bauer, Potsy Chombers. This group of home bodies (and not bad bodies al thaJ) has a finger in every pie served around campus. Activities vary from entertaining foreign students al dinner to a winter quarter fashion show. Men, take heed! Here are the gals who make biscuits that aren ' t like depth charges. Interest in home making and family living are the requirements for membership in the Home Ec Club. These " sisters oi the dishpan " have great times at meetings, dir f ers, teas, etc., talking over the finer ways of dicing beets and basting shirts. Row 1: Vii inio Williomson, Treasurer, Sybil Botes, Faculty Sponsor; Meridono Baker, President. Row 2: Bonnie Bauer, Publicity Choirman; Bc» Flonsburg, Social Choirman; Betty Andree, Secretary. ICE SKATING CLUB That ' s an odd place to wear a skate. t fied BetHe pYnw VM p " " ' if " ' ' ' , ' ' ' Unidentified, Phyllis Jarratt, Roberta Neole. Row 2: Kermit Kreiger, Jack Knusel, Uniden neo, Bettie Plowe, Vol Peechcr, Lenore Laing, John Acosta, Ed Milhouse. -rfV Every two weeks you lucky children may go fo !he hills and break your little bum-bums with the Ice Skating Club. The slippery-slog feet find most of the better known lakes and ponds around the Denver area. Every year they sponsor the Skate Hop Only one unique rule reigns at this gala occasion and that is: " Ya gotta check yore blades at the door, pohdner. " The Skating Club is an organization that seeks to further a pastime exceptionally popular at DU which allows students fo meet their follew-students on an informal basis and relax in their spare time. m I: Earl Haog, Syl»a Horvey, Cheric Gosj, Use Lutzens, Don Reed. Row 2: Mrs. Eorl Hoog, Annobelle Peter, Unidentified, Chorley, Lois Whitaker, Pot Block, Wiliiom Leino. OO v ' Don Reed, President; Cherie Goss, Vice President, Lois Whitoker, Secretory, William Leino, Faculty Sponsor. »r INDEPENDENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION Hilly ' iiiliilni Row ; Bill Eogan, Jim Armstrong. Row 2. Hal Boiley, Fran Reilley, Dorothy Matthews, Lucille Morris, Bob Bolond. Row 3: Dot ' , j thy Snouffer, Cleo Robbins, Marjorie Jones, Anagene De Witt, Joonn Banghart. ' The Independent Student ' s Association can claim the largest membership of any DU organization, for they consider all non-Greek students members. There are 385 dues-paying members that keep the Independent ' s social calendar well filled. Dances, dinner parties, tobogganing trips, steak fries, intra-mural sports and ski trips are but a few of the many activities sponsored by the ISA. Social highlights of the year were the " Autumn Leaves " dance and the assembly featuring Jimmy Dorsey. The Service Show at Fitzsimpns General Hospital and the national convention held at KU in Lawrence, Kansas, were off-campus activities included in the ISA ' s active life. Not much speed, but the fresh air ' s nice. INSURANCE CLUB U11.H ; Billy Former, John Stoddord, John Hanson, President; Samuel Hatcher, Faculty Advisor; Bill Hingley, Secretary-Treasurer; Sonnleitncr, Bill Arnold Row 2 Edward Udry, Dick Harris, George Sugerman, Bob Landy, Bob Lorrott, Loyd Lunsford, Jim I, Bruce Wallace, Jim Pobrislo, Frank Fosbre. Members of the Insurance Club have an opportunity to hear and meet some of the outstanding executives in the field of insurance. These men speak before the club, giving them news and views of happenings in this profession. These future actuaries and selling hounds are kept informed of job opportunities, changes in the insurance world, important trends in business and other matters dear to the heart of insurance majors or minors. An out-stretched hond . . . a smiling face . . . a foot in the door I INTERCOLLEGIATE KNIGHTS Row 1: Jomes Smith, Lourice Hall, Thomas Mulllns, Bob Goniales, Jerry Swanson, Holl Beagle, William Prather, John Goodri Row 2: George Reose, Howard McCornick, George Martin, Wallace Ginn, Don Myerson, Charles Watt, Glen Johnson, Joe Bio Robert Harris, Lawrence Brewster, William R. Smith. This year at DU, Phi Epsilon Phi became the Gold Nugget chapter of the Intercollegiate Knights. IK is a national service fraternity of 31 chapters, the newest and the Easternmost chapter resting at DU. Activities of the DU chapter this year included leadership in the " Welcome Wonderful Wyoming " campaign, assistance with half-time football demonstrations and it is the Knights who hold Freshman Kangaroo courts. Social highlight of their year is the Knights- Parakeet mixer, where a freshman King and Queen are selected. Membership requirements are a 1.0 average and an interest in service Jo our university. 1 Bud Hill Jim Clark, Bob Siegrist, Howard Saisslin, Ureal Goldberg, Robert Lewis. Row 2. Stan Do»ie$, Jim Robertson, ren Tosset, Duonc Bucher, Don Henke, Edword Wilinski. Row 3. Mercer Cresap, Bill Russell, Chrij Soiier, Sfe»e Lar en, ork Wiekhorst, Art Lohmiller, Carl Mayer. IOTA SIGMA PI Row 1: Constance White, Elaine Gomez, Hazel Kellogg, Anna Marie Duval, Lillian Woods, Mary Ann Kellogg. Row 2: Lorro Secor, Velda Baker, Winifred Peterson, Amelia Miller, Leia Jo Willis. Lillian Woods, Permanent Historian; Hazel Kellogg, Treasurer; Anna Marie Duval, President; LeIa Jo Willis, Vice President; Mary Ann Kellogg, Secretary. Platinum Chapter of Iota Sigma Pi is a women ' s honorary chemical society consisting of women who have an all-school average of 2.0 and an average at least that high in all chemistry and lab ■work. This chapter will play hostess to the national convention to be held in Denver this summer. These girls take part in a research program and maintain an active interest in chemistry. They concoct all sorts of odd compounds with cookery done by their own sweet little hands. Among other notable accomplish- ments, these gals whip up a mean eggnog. f nHBiHUHiiauuiBiiBiiiui:: e INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB ow 7. Deott Hudjon, Beryl Orblom, Mogdelen Sfeinburg, Morilyn Phelps Row 2 Chorles Wolthen, Shirley Gonfi, Michael Mulholl, LaVio Carlson. Row 3: Terrell Edgar, Burnham Hompshire, Morvin Buckells, Bill Bergman. The IR Club is composed of those in !he student body interested in the complex field of international relations. Each fall the International Relations Club and the Social Science Foundation sponsors a state conference of all high school IR Clubs. These meetings consist largely of outside speakers and student panels where all sorts of involved and complicated subjects are discussed. IR delegates are sent to various conferences " Bround the nation and the IR Club is one of the active groups behind the UNESCO Council on campus. Row 1: Deort Hudson, Progrom Choirma- ' ..rg. Corresponding Secretary, Beryl Orblom, Rccordmg Secretary Row 2. Michael Mulholl, Treas- urer; Monrin Buckells, President. m KAPPA KAPPA PSI Row 1 : Jock Wheoton, Don Kramer, Lowell Little, Raymond Powell, Rodney Wylie, Williom iiams. Row 2: Harold Rarick, Willie Hill, Samuel Crabb, Jerald Webb, Kay Shadwell, Gilbert Johnson, Peter Kloisle, Bill Bunger. ' V,. V. Row h Lowell Little, Faculty Advisor, Kay Shadwell, President. Row 2 Wil- liam Hill, Vice President; Gilbert Johnson, Treasurer; William Iiams, Secretary. The men of Kappa Kappa Psi work to promote the band by finding and encouraging talented students to join the DU band and participate in its varied activities. They entertain visiting bands, both coll,ege and high school, and also have many social events for the members of the organization. Each year they honor the bandsmen that are outstanding in their work. To attain membership one must have a 2.0 average and be an accomplished musician. " MENS ' PRESS CLUB !ow ;. Gene Knupke, Bob Ohmon, Jim Norland, Jim Erfurdf. Row 2; Doug Michel, Jim Curd, Chuck Davis, Don Long, Mr. Pickett. Every Y®8f there is a small voice in Ihe journalistic efforts on the campus that comes from the almighty males in the Men ' s Press Club. This is a departmental club that requires an active interest in journalism as a prerequisite to member- ship. These kiddies have great fun every year going on a picnic to the mountains with the Coed Journalists, where they discuss Ihe journalistic problems of today. At the end of every school year this group honors the outstanding Clarion reporter and conducts a high school newspaper judging contest. Gene Knupke, Vice President; Bob Ohmon, Secretory; Jim Norland, President; Jim Erfurdt, Trcosurer; Colder Pickett, Faculty Advisor. biisiBEB 1»;Kia:J MENTORS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Seated: B. J. McLaughlin, Kay Carpenter, Mary Neale, Miss Garland, Sponsor; Barbara Lawson, Wanda Bowen, Solly Camp- bell. Row 2: Pat Gerfen, Fronces Hall, Dorothy Corr, B. J. Wolf, Beverly Lamb, Betty Fern Hoyt, Bonnie Johnson, Dee Duncan, Beverly Bauer, Winnie Peterson. Row I: Paulo McGrew, Dorothy Carr, Betty Hunter, Eleanor Ditollo, Mary Caryl Coles, Lois Winters, LaRue Perry. Row 2: Marjorie Opie, Doris Solodoy, Bonnie Johnson, Wanda Bowen, Rosemary Knolle, Mory Ruth Kelly, Mary Joy Olsen, Joonn Weidner, Deatt Hudson, Morilyn Miller, Morilyn Phelps. Row 3; Theo Wright, Potti Jo Hoffmen, Betty Fern Hoyt, Sally Campbell, Betty Lyster, Jeanne Schilling, Peggy Hunt, Janet Beaber, Phebe Mossman, Dorothy Moon, Marion Brink. 262 _ J ' ; Eloinc Graham. Borboro Kcndoll, B J Wolt, y Lou Shroycr, Ruth Ellen Craig, Mary Ncale, Jrgio Rollcrt, Bctfy Ann Watson, Lu Ann Burch, I lice Fry, Frances Johnson Row 2 Louise Wot k Barbara Ross, Virginia Page, Pot Schonfeldcr, Ebora Miles, Helen MocDonald, Joy Ludwick, (icy Moshcr, B J McLaughlin, RachacI Ragsdalc, |)n Gonzales, Florence Blumenthal, Kay Carpenter, )i Starner, Nodinc Nelson, Pat Gerfen Mentors is a service organization of Junior and Senior women who have indicated their interest by application and by attending spring training school. The services of Mentors are many, al- though their main purpose is to help freshmen women to become acquainted with DU. Their program includes a lea for all women students, several coffee hours and a dessert party before a basketball game. Their big dance of the year is the Harvest Hoe Down, a jeans dance, where a faculty king and queen are chosen. A Key Award Banquet is held each year at which time the out- standing Mentors are honored. If f C Row ; Bonnie Krogh, Ruth Corter, Beverly Bouer, Barbara Loggins, Fronccs Hall, Halcyon Cochran, Beverly Lamb Row 2 Annette Evans, Dorothy Schlagcl, Alia C Johnson, Betty Parungo, Miss Gar- land, Faculty Sponsor, Barbara Lowson, Winnie Peterson, Dec Duncan Row 3 Dolores Boco, Geor- gia Beaver, Gerry Patterson, Joan Louthian, Winnie Smith, Peggy Johnson, Rose Ann Block, Helen Hal- lock, Edno Ponter, Anno Leo Miller, Elouise Spears. METHODIST STUDENT FOUNDATION Row ■ LoRue Perry, Virginia Howard, Lois Winters, MorilynWeir, Ellen Hedmon, Greta Leo Ferris. Row 2; Lewis Howard, GoW Merrick, Emmy Lou Rohr, Rose Ann Black, Pat Black, Morjorie Opie, Marge Robinson, Sara Wescoat, Alice Watkins, AnnaU Peter, Margaret Waddell, Helen Hill, Madeline Stierwalt, Ralph Bollinger. Row 3. Calvin McConnell, Carrol Busch, Allen M ' ray, Charles McCoy, Ernest Binder, Bob Robinson, Dick Straubinger, John Welch, Bob Rolingson, Bill Rieckhoff, Charles Whi ' ' ii,, side. Bob Okcy. • " ' Row 1: Virginia Howard, Treosurer, Lewis Howard, Vice President, Calvin Mc- Connell, President, Helen Hill, Secretary. Row 2: William lioms. Program Chairman, Rose Ann Black, Service Chairman; Bob Robinson, Director; Emmy Lou Rohr, Publicity Choirmon; Lois Winters, Worship Chairman. Any student interested in " the social, intellec- tual and spiritual aspects of religion as a prerequisite in life after graduation " may join the Methodist Student Foundation which is a part of the World Methodist Student mo vement. This organization sponsors many activities,- one of the most noteworthy is a Christmas party for children from one of Denver ' s orphanages. They also take part in a retreat in the hills in which the students from Wyoming, Colorado and Utah take part. This interesting activity is an assembly of students of both sexes in the mountains where they take part in many varied activities. For recreation, the Foundation has hay rides, skating parties and other trips that will be of interest to all. ' Jmm tl MORTAR BOARD kIi j|k ' 1: Jane Newton, Donna Rabinoff, Lilo Shaw, Befty Boozer, Gwen Bowen Row 2 Barbara Lawson, Bessie Hastings Perkins, gene Wilhifc, Nancy Stevens, Ann Horner Hall, Greta Lea Ferris. Row 3. Patsy Chambers, Luello Spargo, Horriett Gleoson, ilyn Johnson, Eleanor Crowder, Betty Harmon. These are Ihe girls that are really somelhing around DU. In the Spring the outstanding Junior girls are tapped for the Mortar Board Society which is considered the top honor for a damsel. Their motto, " Service, Leadership and Scholarship " is exemplified by their many activities around the campus which include: ringing the Kedros Bell at all athletic victories, participating in hostess groups at Fitzsimons General Hospital and co-sponsor- ing the annual leadership conference with ODK. For social life they have card parties, fashion shows and a Christmas candlelight tea. Every fall quarter they have a get-together with the Plaster Boards from Colorado University. Row Barbara Lawson, Historian; Imogenc Wilhite, President, Ann Horner Hall, Vice President, Betty Boozer, Social Chairman. Row 2: Gwen Bowen, Treosurer, Eleanor Crowdcr, Editor; Marilyn Johnson, Secretary. MU BETA KAPPA Row 7. Robert Boxer, Don Weese, Patricia Stuff, Secretary; Bob Zuckermon, Dove Kohn. Row 2; Richard Wil son, Vice Presidel Marvin Sando, Joe Cruse, President; Paul Wubben, Bob Yenko, Charles Aumiller, Hodi Ubaydi, Treasurer; Don Finberg. [ill ' A fell I Dr. Essie, get off tliat table! Mu Beta Kappa, honorary pre-medical fraternily, presents an interesting and active program, designed to attract every student in the pre-med field. A coffee get-together is held every Thursday,- tours of Denver hospitals and chemical plants,- movies and refreshments are offered at every meeting. In addition to all of this, Mu Beta Kappa offers outstanding medical speakers and a spring initiation banquet. A high grade average plus a vote of the members is required for membership. 266 MUSIC EDUCATORS ' NATIONAL CONFERENCE 1: Or. John Kcndel, Faculty Sponsor; Jeonnine Bronelle, Dolores Hodopp, Florence Blumcnthoi, Agnes Pace, Roger Fee. 2: Lloyd Bowen, Gilbert Johnson, Raymond Powell, Donald Kramer Kow 3 Gorder DcBroder, Gene Dolph, Leo Dcnbo, Jack oton, Ronald D ' Ascenj, Bill Bunger. flow 4: Harold Rarick, Jack Thomas, Clarence Sorensen, Gene Melton This is a club? Yes, this is a club that is set up primarily for those that are interested in music education in the public schools. Requirements for membership are limited only to those interested in music education in public schools. These individuals are, as we said before, interested in music education in public schools. There is being organized a club for those interested in music education in private schools. It must be mentioned that these people should be congratulated for being interested in something. Jeonnine Bronelle, Secretory, Florence Blumenthal, President; Bill Bunger, Treasurer; Harold Rarick, Vice President. NEWMAN CLUB f] Row 1: Lois Trenholme, Alice Joyce, Rose Starr, Marilu Leenerts, Alia Johnson, Vera Foiani, Catherine Cavaleri. Row 2; Fotli John Aylward, Joanne Little, George Brugger, Lillian Cavorro, Miss Garland, Connie Spero, Lorraine Meditz, Tom McCallin, Mo signer O ' Heron. Row 3: Janice Thompson, Therese Thompson, Joan Dickman, Phyllis Jarrett, Willis Coates, John Hanson, Ct roll Leggett, Pete Gardner, Morey Johnson, William Vollmer, James Thomson, Greg Guinan, Sonya Dawson, LaVerne Cart, Mo Schneider, Betty Parungo. Row 4: Tom Engelhardt, John Gaudio, Jim Dwyer, Phillip Collins, William Daniels, Donold Horst, Li ' Agosti, Brian Connell, William Anderies, Gordon Kovai Row ;.■ Lillian Cavarro, Vice President; George Brugger, President. Row 2: Miss Gorland, Faculty Sponsor; Tom McCallin, Treasurer; Monsignor O ' Hearn, Choplain; Connie Spero, Secretary. The Newman Club remains one of the strongest religious organizations on the campus. The Newman Club strives to provide a religious, intellectual and social program for all Catholic students at the university. Prominent speakers and a social life make up the program of the weekly meetings. This group sponsors religious discussions open to the entire campus, communion breakfasts and special orphan parties. They are also active in the affairs of fhe Religious Council. i • gjjgggg j H OMICRON DELTA KAPPA I. Michael Peterson, Robert Day, Donald Bchrcndscn, Donald Smith, Thomas Brock, Al Scrafin, William Lockwood, Claire k, Hal Pfciffer Row 2 Warren Tomlinson, Caivm McConnell, Don Elisho, Abdul AlHobeeb, Don Henke, Steve Lorsen, Sicy Alcionder, Jim Norland, Bill Leovel, Fred Hendershot. ODK is DU ' s outstanding men ' s honorary, with many prominent students of both campuses as members. Those chosen for ODK are selected on the basis of scholarship and school leadership. Working in conjunction with Mortar Board, ODK sponsors the Leadership Conference that takes place each spring. Deans ' Advisory Council is another project sponsored by this group. This year a new tradi- tion was established on the campus: the selection of the " outstanding Faculty member " with an award presented to Wayne Shroyer at a spring dinner. Donald Smith, Alumni Rcpresentotive, Thomos Brock, President; Sidney Ajen- onder. Alumni Rcpresentotive, William Lockwood, Vice President; Al Serafin, Treasurer. OMICRON DELTA SIGMA Members of the DU student body who one day plan to enter vocations in the field of religion are united in Omicron Delta Sicpnia. The group is active in promoting religious activities on the campus, sends workers to churches who have no full-time ministers and aid churches of the community in other ways. The group has discussions and outside speakers to work out the common problems of religious workers. Social fellowship among those with a common interest in this organization is carried on throughout the year. Row 1: Jeon Mitchell, Vice President; Madeline Stierwalt, Religious Council Representative. Row 2. Paul Robison, Secretory-Treosurer; Dr. Groy, Faculty Sponsor; William Hinsey, President; Joseph Boer, Social Chairman. v -2l PERSHING RIFLES _• • Kermit Kriegcr, Donald Clopper Jr., Terry Eokin, Don Pearson. Row 2 Williom Prathcr, Thomos Watton, Chorlcs Wott, Jim ' I Hughes, Robert W. Morris. Row 3. Captain Oren Wingfield, Woyne R. Smith, Elmer Elseo Jr., Williom Glover Jr., Holl Bcogle Jr., " I I Thomas Mullins. Hup, two, three, foh, and there con e the Pershing Rifles, the honorary ROTC unit that on certain occasions entertains the public between periods at the athletic events. These brass helmets are the select men who maintain a " B " in ROTC work and a " C " in scholastics at the university- ROTC members also sponsor the annual Military Ball. The sharp-eyed men of the Pershing Rifles each year go to the National Match where they compete against the best in the nation. The group also provides the Color Guard for all University functions. Row (.• Elmer Elseo Jr , Compony Commander; Captain Oren Wingfield, Foculty Sponsor, Holl Beagle Jr. Post Componr Commondcr. Row 2 Jim Hughes, Public Informofion Officer, William Prother, Adiufont; Rober Harris, Executive Officer, Thomas Mullins, Isf Sergeant. PARAKEETS Row • Ruth Craig, Vice President, CCC; Ann Horner Hall, President, CCC; Patsy Chambers, President, UPC; Imogene Wilhite, Vice President, UPC. Row 2: Louise V atson, Vice President, CCC; Dorothy Brown, Secretary, UPC; Janet Beaber, Treasurer, UPC; Solly Bobcock, Secretory, CCC; Betty Joan Wolf, Treasurer, CCC. Row 1: Jonet Beober, Dorothy Schlagel, Cherie Goss, Dorothy Brown, Beverly Lamb, Mary Caryl Coles, Betty Knolles, Margate Garner, Mary Jane Arnold, Potty Ackermon, Theimo Broderson, Betty Jane Laughlin. Row 2 Dixie Lee Harrington, Mary Loi Shroyer, Nanette Petticrew, Jo Ann Pace, JoAnn Weidner, Theo Wright, Winnie Smith, Doris Soladoy, Alice Joyce, Doris Peters Sonja Dawson, Laurel Gemmell, Floris Davis, Betty Ogden, True McHenry. Row 3: JoAnn Gholson, Joanne Elliott, Elaine Holey Ardeth Porter, Jeanne Koch, Lois Eppich, Pat Smith, Morjorie Opie, Betty Lyster, Sally Campbell, Borboro Schunk, Marilyn Miller Eleanore Thompson, Barbara Kendall, Joan Hardy. low ' Imoqcnc Wilhite, Pof Willimonf, Barbara Bccler, Anno Leo Miller, Eilcnc fclscn, Annette E»ons, Borboro Schwob, Barbara lurnside, Betty Fern Hoyt, Gerry Potterson, Vol Peccher, Dorothy Johnson, Helen Hollock, Joy Ludwick. Row 2: Potsy Chambers, .ouanna Churchill, Lou Ann Burch, llcne Barr, LoVonne Alton, Jane Bootriqht, Virginia Poge, JoAnnc Aspmoll, Yvonne Bottonc, .oVcrnc Corf, Marilyn Koll, Jeonnette Woodmon, Betty Lee Duncan, Louise Watson, Anna Mae Udry, Rosemary Knolie, WinKrcd ' eterson, Bonnie Johnson Row 3: Ruth Carter, Barbara Loggins, Ruth Croig, Pot Gcrfen, Fronccs Hall, Else Madsen, Berniecc Frye, ieftv Jean WoK, Solly Bobcock, Lenore Neill, Sally Wormwood, Nancy Mosher, Nancy Shipley, Beverly Corlzen, Irene Southwell, )oroth Corr. There is an organization on this campus that claims a position of some sort as a pep and service outfit. This group of inciividual characters have named themselves after a noisy little bird called a Parakeet. There is some question which is of more service to humanity, the bird or these girls. In the fall of each year they (the girls) have a dance with the Intercollegiate Knights when the freshman King and Queen are presented: At a winter banquet, girls are presented with keys for active service. Rumor has it that these keys are for the girls ' dorms. My shoes don t tr PHI BETA SIGMA Row 1: Bob Proctor, Jim Forsyth, Bob Day. Row 2; Jim Coleman, Don Beuthel, Joe Pendleton, Clayton Benham , Donald Carlin Those that think that Hadacol is the only way to build muscles are referred to Phi Beta Sigma, the honorary Physical Education Society. These bicep lads must maintain a 1.5 average and have made outstanding contributions to the Department of Physical Education. Each Spring these Charles Atlases hike to the mountains (only sissies ride in cars) for a picnic and initiation of new members. Throughout the year they have periodical coffee discussions which bring up such topics as " You, Too, May Have Muscles. " Ben Coleman, Vice President; Russ Wohlgemuth, President; Will Howard, Secretary-Treasurer. It PHI DELTA KAPPA !r 1: Alvin Wood, Robert Sfimock, Donald Pylc, Richard Krocnkc, Morshall Harrrs, Frank Fosket, Eugene Hcrbst, Kenneth Merrill, r 2: Sam Smirin, William Rickter, George OI$o or, James Weorcr, Marcel Choitz, Evans Anderson, Blair Hort, Henry Benedict, ry Barrow, Wallace Ginn Phi Delta Kappa professional fraternity is a campus organization for those interested in the varied phases of education. These industrious people have all of four meetings a year which are of a " professional nature. " In the fall of the year they have a picnic in a cabin in the mountains owned by a fellow named Walter. What takes place up there is unknown except to those privileged to attend, and they aien ' t talking. In the spring of each year they hold ladies ' night at the Wellshire Country Club which, my deah, is quite an affaih. Sealed Don Myers, Post President, Louis Brctcmiti, Focuify Sponsor; Don Corr, President. Row 1 Robert Bcausang, Treosurer; Arthur Beck, Secretary. PHI MU ALPHA I Row ■ Lawrence Brewster, Lowell Little, Gilbert Johnson, Bill Burger. Row 2: Roger Fee, Harold Rorick, Jack Ehekircher, Llo » ' ' Bower, Peter Klaisle, Byron Jolivette, Wayne Hedges. Row .• Raoul Tayon, Faculty Sponsor; Gilbert Johnson, President; Bill Zorlengo, Treasurer. Row 2: Bill Bunger, Vice President; Pot O ' Neill, Secretory. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity is an organ- ization of male students that carry a 2.0 average and have a sincere interest in music. It is this organization that sponsors some of the fine music that we hear on the campus. They present concerts for Founders Day, Chapter Day, American Music Program and have combined recitals with music sororities each quarter. These accomplished musicians have at least one social event each quarter to bring added enjoyment to their members. PHI SIGMA IOTA ited Df Sicgwolt Polleskc, Betty Stopp. Ellengoil Mopes, Robert Trefz, Dr. Arthur Compo Row 2 Miss Rose Mohoncy, Deott . lon, Roberto Holl, Joycclyn Aylor, Jone Schwob, Gene Pierson. Mrs Jeonne Kechid, Virginia Vondcrgritt. The Awful Awful Chapter of Phi Sigma Tola, national romance language honorary, is one of the oldest honorary fraternities on the campus. Founded in 1917, Phi Sigma Iota has been active in romancing ever since. Meetings are held once each month for all members of this organization, and speakers are brought before the group and discuss all phases of European Romance Life. Two initiations are held each year, with a banquet following each initiation ceremony. Dr Siegwolt Polleske, Foculty Sponsor; Betty Stopp, Secretory; Ellengoil Mopct, President, Robert Trcfz, Vice President. PI DELTA THETA t comes out sex no matter how you figure it. Row J: Joy Henderson, Homer Peterson, Fred Leffler, Dole Fester, Francis Gorth, Beverly Adams, Janne Schuch. Row 2; D Coftrell, Morjorie Jones, Richard Berman, Roy Person, Robert Howlett, Don Knudson, Robert Mondt, Glen Shellenbaum, Geor Crabbe, Fred Link Jr., Harold Fick, Robyn Bicknell, LoRue Perry. Pi Delta Theta, honorary math traternify, attracts those in our student body who see even sex in terms of " one plus one equals three. " The Pi Delts hold regular meetings at which they manage to find speakers, movies and programs all within the field of mathematics. Guest speakers at the bi-monthly meetings represent the best mathematical minds in the nation. When such events as eclipses occur, these lovers of the slide-rule rush over to see not a new discovery of Einstein ' s, but the moon. The social side of a math major ' s life is provided for with dinners and picnics. ' Gerald Dunham, Dick OcLong, Jcon Koch, Bonnie Krogh, John Mihovilonch, Chuck Reid, Alcno Mae Jclinck. Row 2: no Rabinoff, Onrol Orr, Marion Denny, Bob Wogoner, Hugh Jacobson, Bob Whissen, Naiim Kossob, Arthur Grimsteder, Kent Conway, Bob Day. o r f f Stated Francis Garth, Faculty, Joy Henderson, President, Homer Peterson Foculty. Row 2 Bonnie Krough, Secretory; Fred LeHler, Treosurer; Jean Koch Vice President ,.. s PI GAMMA MU Row I: Betty Lyster, James Weaver, Elsie Swensen, Dr. Sikes, Myrth Rosen, Abdul Al-Hobeeb, Alia Johnson, Bettie Ann SpectC Row 2; Joan Burdick, Leo Rattner, Ross Miller Jr., George Lewis, Ernest George, Francis Jamison, Wendell Martin, Melvin Thou itim ton, Fred Letz, Ellen Retallack, Charlotte Ott. Elsie Swensen, Secretary; James Weover, Treasurer Al-Habeeb, Vice President; Myrth Rosen, President. Monthly dinners are held by the members of Pi Gamma Mu, honorary social science fraternity, where various members of the social science faculty present their views of the woes that rack the world. At these meetings the ups and downs of economics, the ins and outs of politics and the this and that of sociology are dis- cussed. Membership is restricted to those with 30 hours of social science, and " B " average and the initiation fee in the bank. ■ " " " " " " ■ " T PI MU EPSILON 1: Be»crly Adorns, Mrs Spitlcr, Miss Garland, Mrs Forit, Nancy lona, Marjoric Jones. Row 2: K L. Noble, Bob Day, David ebb. Dr. Rccht, Fred LefHer, John Mihonlovich, John Richordson, Fred Brunti. William Kennedy. Robert Young, Cecil Broyles. This spring marks the first birthday of the Colorado Beta chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon. Member- ship requirements of this society of brains are merely two years of math through Calculus, a 2.25 math average, and a 2.0 overall average — that ' s all! Monthly meetings are held at which time prominent speakers in the world of mathematics are heard. Social life is centered around the initiati on banquets. The Denver University Chapter is one of forty-six chapters with a national membership of over 10,500. K. L. Noble, Faculty Spo Lcfflcr, President, Nancy lona. Treasurer PIONEER SKI CLUB Row : Lois Trenholme, Potricio Golder, Mary Lou Shroyer, Joonne Elliott, Corol Cox. Row 2.- Dovid Fletcher, Patricia Zimm.ll, man. Use Lutiens, Donna Smith, Jan Fairlomb, Hoi Boiley. For those thai love going down a hill at breath- taking speed on a pair of barrel slats more than they love their necks, should, or do, belong to the Ski Club. Meetings held by these Schuss- Boomers are filled with movies, demonstrations, style shows illustrating the latest Paris fashion in plaster casts, and speakers on first aid. Those that haven ' t been scared out are taken on ski trips where beginners are taught the fundamentals, and the more advanced try to remember how as they slide down the hillside on their belt buckles. Row ; Margaret Patty, Bobette Turner, Jean Fulton. Row 2. Winnie Smith, Tom LoMore, Harold Corah, Chorles Whiteside, Fred- erick Hadley, Jim Brown, Dolores Conn. When dnr thr No 8 come bv? PSI CHI Well, shades of Dr. Freud I For those who hold a " great interest in advancing the science of psYchology, " have 20 hours in the stuff, plus a 2.0 average in psychology and a 1.8 overall average, Psi Chi is the place. These guys who specialize in words like schizopherenic, rationalization, paranoid and couches have periodical coffee discussions, a yearly banquet and a picnic each spring in the mountains. The opportunity of training service with Laradon Hall, a school for exceptional children, is also offered. Wanda Luckenbach, Secretary; Robert Parks, Faculty Sponsor; Eugene Fer rand, Treasurer; Cornelia Bratten, President. SCABBARD AND BLADE I B I; John Cope, 2nd Lt. Howard Fijhock, 2nd Lt Wolloce Ginn, James Schneider, Edwin Olschansky, John Rose. Row 2: ML ibcn Jonowick, Thomas Dalton, Donald Knudson, Jock Savage, Glen Shellenbaum, Roy Johnson, William Wuerz. Row 3: bar Rcinke, Lawrence Myers, Robert Williams, Phil Wordcn, Gilbert Leak, William Mathews, Gerald Simmcrman, John Pcr- 0, Robert Lewis. K 1 S 5 J ( - ' K 1 ■ if.iiik The spit and polish kids are really in their prime in the National Society of Scabbard and Blade. These lads will one day be top brass in the army ' s system of confusion experts. Combat information films, talks by military men and other types of informative meetings are given frequently. There fakes place each year the selection of a sponsor corps which consists of some of the fairer damsels on the campus. The boys are all a ' titter now preparing for the national Scabbard and Blade convention in Denver next fall. «ow ; Col H L Luongo, Lt Col J C Sclmon, Copt E J Mattingly. Row 2: William Gilbert, President, Oscar Snyder, Secretory; Robert Wise, Treasurer; Alon Cohen, Vice President. " Portia Faces Six Husbands and a Wife. " RADIO GUILD iibt Row 1: Lynn Higbee, Sylvo Harvey, Patricio Bledsoe, Lucille Batman, Louise Pace. Row 2. Bonnie Bauer, Lee Torstrup, Deoii Robinson, Joseph Brown, W. S. Pierson, Keith Krebsbach, Froncell Lee. Row 3. Perry Gerstein, William Hansen, Gene Baldwin, Dale Moore, Donald Toland, Al Ludington, Patricio Phillips. 286 The Radio Guild is an organization composed mainly of radio majors foolish enough to spend a good part of their college careers attempting to operate the campus radio station, KVDU. Through the combined facilities of KFEL-FM the hockey and basketball home games of DU are broadcast to the students. Aside from its prime function of supplying KVDU with personnel, the Guild is a social get-together. The meetings, plus at least one social function outside of school each quarter, provide a common ground for all interested in the mystic sport of running a radio station. 1: Robert Shoron, Robert Knolcs, James Lonnon, Frank Roy, Charles Howord. Row 2: Gil Fried, Robert Shrider Jr., Arthur »M, Peggy Hunt, Leslie Kehl, Ruth Gordner, Sue Burritt. Row 3. Willo Hatcher, Larry Kethcart, Priscillo Boucher, Earl ' e Ormi- ■, A. Russell Moore, Warren Tyler, Jane Toliver. i Patricia Phillips, SccretaryTreasurcr, Robert Krekclbcrg, President, Robert Molt, Advisor SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS Two big functions are sponsored by the School of Aeronautics each ysar. In the fall quarter the annual banquet is held. This year ' s after-dinner speaker was General Carl A. Spaatz. The winter quarter brings the annual Hangar Party. Held at the Sky Ranch Airport, it has proved to be one of the top social functions of the year. Representatives of many airlines are always represented at these affairs, and the members of the School of Aeronautics have a chance to meet and talk with these men in the field. Oh where, eh where has my little dog gone? 288 ■ SCHOOL OF NURSING yw 1: Nancr Blackwcll, Etto Mae Gordon, Rose Peiaszek, Helen Spculsfro. Row 2: Shirley Buckingham, Margie Bradbury, Pat iordonier, Dorothy Skogcrson, Betty Klepp, Mory Hastings, Lorroine Secord, Marian Wheeler. We cannot forget the gals in the while caps with the big smile on their faces and the big hypo in their hands. These penicilin specialists are ' :omposad of nursing students from Children ' s, St Luke ' s and Presbyterian, the three units that sponsor the DU School of Nursing. The student administration of this organization strives to coordinate these three different units of nurses. They hove, for social activities, a get-acquainted dance, a progressive dinner for new students and this year won the " Little Oscar " in the competitive assemblies on the UPC campus. Thank you Clorio S. S. ADM. E. I: fell llliWII 0itk, Rote 1: Bob Murray, Roy Doon, Allen Horju, Joy Corne, Richard Fix, Vernon Carr. Row 2: Rodman Street, Roy Whiteca C. J. Terry, B. L. Burstyn, Donald Brownhill, Charles Dvorak, Vernon Gunsolus, John VanAnrooy, Lavern Baxter, Loren S Hugh Owens. r C: f c Jay Carne, Treasurer; C. J. Terry, Secretary; Vernon Gunsolus, Vice President; Hugh Owens, President. Among all the engineers that romp the campus, perhaps no group is as unique as this one. These boys who hope one day to be " Engineer Administrators " have an active and growing organization. They take full part in all activities of the Engineers ' School, especially in the Engineers ' Carnival. Springtime has an effect upon engineers, too, but all the posters say is that they head to the mountains for picnics. This is one of the few organizations in the school that stays active during the summer months. h ' Cecil Broyles, Gordon Kovor, Keifh Marmion, Vodorc Reyhncr, Associofc Professor, L. J Gold- |fh. Instructor. James Orris, Assistont Professor; J erf Chcnowcth, Assistant Professor Row 2 Wil- |in Yctilc, R L Perry, Michael Bieqo, Jcon Beord, f Yomomoto, Edward Newmon, Fobian Peterson, jlier French, John Heard, Elvin Edwards, Mourice fz, Richard Czerncr, Chorles Reid Row 3 Rich- t Griffith. Harold Hinman, Kent Conwoy, John ■well. John Miho»ilovich, Tom McDowell, Charles Ing, George Clayton, Chet Nelson. P 3 jl « w !—♦ The " Sure Sick of Civil Engineers " students, more commonly known as the Transit Kids, have had a full program this year. With meetings featuring speakers talking on such subjects as: " Bridges, and How They Fall, " " Life With a Slide Rule " and " Civil Engineering Complicated. " This year SSCE is moving toward affiliation with the American Society of Civil Engineers, and hope to join this professional organization soon. All students that are majoring in Civil Engineering are eligible for membership in the SSCE. Row ■ Andy Kordziel, Lourcnce Phillips, Robert Whisscn, Secretory-Treasurer; Robert Greenwaid, President; George Wolf, Vice President, James Miles, Joseph Kelsic Row 2 Robert Arro|, Harvey Fcn- sten, Jomes Downing. Goyle Rucker, Harold R. Brown, Charles Coop. John Lowson. Oron Dennison, Herbert Lehfcldt. Richard Purington. Harold Corah, Donald Wolf Row 3 Glenn Carlson, Thomos Ciarlo, Frank Berry, Marion Denny, Lawrence Jones, Eugene Scngclmon, Dovid Fletcher, Louis Roberts. 291 STUDENT YMCA-YWCA Row 7; JoAnne Aspinall, Dr. George Boll, Religious Coordinotor; Margaret Price, Director; Jeannette Stephens. Row 2: H Suendermann, Virginia Wright, Joan Swartzlow, Eleanor Crowder, Dolores Baca, Marilyn Phelps, Eileen Penny. Row 3: Wil " liams, Harold Atkinson, Dan Mordecai, Gordon Benesh, Ernie Jordan, Dorothy Jordan, Peggy Jenkins. . I The YM-YW on the campus of ihe University of Denver is an inter-faith, inter-racial and interesting organization of students who " desire to realize and share a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God, and to find richer experience in college and communitY living, " such as teaching square dancing to patients in the psychopathic ward at Denver General Hospital. For diversion during their creative work on the campus they have overnight retreats in the mountains, where all the members of the YM-YW have a great time. 1: Laurel Gcmmcll, Leo Johnson, Paul Robison. Sara Wescoat. Row 2: Rurh Potts, Nancy Shipley, Cecil Hinsey, Elaine Smith, ace Hunter, Barbara Schunk Row 3: Rosanno Milner, Modeline Stierwolt, Helen Hilt, Evelynn Howord, Metin Kustalogau, e Ann Black, Helen McDonald Row Joy Stamcr, Co Chairman, CCC, Madeline Stierwall. Secretory, Laurel Gcmmcll, Co Chairman, UPC Row 2 Poul Robison, Trcosurcr, UPC, Mar- garet Price, Director; Gordon Benesh, Co-Choirman, UPC, Leo Johnson, Co- Choirmon, CCC TAU BETA SIGMA Tau Beta Sigma, a national music sorority, is made up of a score of " jivin ' jills " who carry the feminine tune for the university, band. They work in collaboration -with the corresponding male organization, Kappa Kappa Psi, and the two make " beautiful music together. " To be eligible these gals must show a 2.0 average for the quarter preceding election to the organization, be active in band work at least one quarter and prove she can play something besides the radio. OK girls — blow! TAU BETA SOCIETY 3w Donn Ponons, William Gilchrist, Richard Griffith, Jeon Bcord, Robert Rogers, Cecil Broylcs, Frederick Linck Jr., Donold ottrcll, Ned McBride, Loren Straw ftow 2 George Custard, Rex Osborne, Donald Knudson, Charles Fangmon, Fabian Pcter- ■n, Glen Shcllenbaum, Fronk Calkins, Hubert Jocobson, Robert Whissen, Frank Berry. Row 3: Henry Okubo, James Dowing, ' arrcn McFaddin, Wayne Prott, Richard Purington, William Scott, Thomos McDowell Jr., Merlyn Salmon, Charles Howey, Keith lormion, Fred Hendcrshot. The Tau Beta Sociely is composed of student engineers in the top ten percent of the Senior class and those in the lop eight percent of the Junior Class who have shown outstanding abilitv in scholastic and college activities. This year Tau Beta sponsored the first all-engineer leadership conference and presented their annual award to the Sophomore with the highest grade average. TB, at their regular meetings, have speakers who are prominent in engineering who bring new technological information to the group and provide them with information pertinent to the field of engineering. Row 1: George Cusford, Advisory Boord Representative, Wayne Pratt, Presi- dent; Ned McBride, Vice President. Row 2: Cecil Broyles, Corresponding Secretary, Jean Beord, Treosurer, William Scott, Recording Secretory; Merlyn Salmon, Cotologuer. TWENTIETH CENTURY BUILDERS Row • Elmer Colestock, Rodney Sylvan, Hugh Fitzpotrick, Hal Carlson, Larry Wojeik, Rich Ondrusek, Leo Schultr, Bob Howi Row 2. Richard Sanderford, Loren Lewis, Mervin Lewis, Jerome Berkowitz, Edward Thiede, Dick Millin, Leslie Burrows, Lit Steinmonn, Chuck Hast, Harold Scotterdoy, Frank Perschbocher. Row 3. Larry Fanning, John Ransom, George Briggs, Don Masf iilUw James Cody, Bill Cullen, Tom Wiseman, Burton Payne, Jim Hult, Edwin Warner. |M Seated: Elmer Colestock, Vice President; Chuck Host, President; Rodney Sylvan, Secretary. Row 2: George Bnggs, Sophomore Representative; Hal Carlson, Treasurer; Hugh Fitzpatrick, Senior Representative. These are the folks with sawdust and quit-claim deeds in their veins instead of blood. In order to belong to this club it is necessary to have a major in Real Estate or Building Industry. They attempt to keep the members informed of the advances in these two fields and have speakers from these industries. Once each year they have a picnic where the Builders lake their Lincoln Logs and have a contest to see who can make the most original log cabin, and the Real Estate majors just throw dirt at each other, screaming, " Don ' t call me a poacher, you title shark! " UNESCO COUNCIL ; " IV ' • Harriett Glcoson, Jone Catchur, Jock Allison, Dave Wright, Deott Hudson, Mogdolene Stcrnbergcr. Row 2; Betty Simms, ' •■ ' ' Miold Levine, Shirley Gonti, John Oornbcrg, Yen Tsai Feng. Row 3. Alphonse DeGrei, Marvin Buckles, Harold Atkinson, Madon 1 3 (war. The Universily of Denver UNESCO Council was formed Ihis fall as an all-school organization fo work with the various existing DU clubs and organizations in the furthering of inter-cullural relations, international understanding and support of the UN. Current project of the UNESCO Council is affiliation with the University of Indonesia. This would mean possible student tieswould be established between the two schools and one day exchange of professors and students. Members of the councils are all representatives of other organizations interested in the work of UNESCO. Dcott Hudson, Recording Secretory; Jack Allison, Chairman; Shirley Gontz, Corresponding Secretary. W. A. A. Row ;,• Floris Davis, Betty Ogden, Doris Peters, Bonnie Johnson, President; Helen Hailock, Marilyn Phelps. Row 2: Rosai) Milner, Else Madsen, Margaret Forth, Historian; Morilyn Lunerts, Erma Jean Brown, Jonet Bouska, Lois Eppich, Correspond Secretary; Marilyn Miller, Winifred Smith, Elaine Haley. Row 3. Frances Holl, Intramural Manager; Mory Ann McAndrel Frankie Johnson, Use Lutzens, Recording Secretary; Doris Soladoy, Treasurer; Miss Ann Klocke, Elaine Krabacher, Vice Preside Jean McAndrews, Joan Gonzales, Jennie Dunning. , How wholesome can we get? The Women ' s Athletic Association, better known as the " Bicep Gals, " is an organization for women students interested in athletic activities. Field hockey, swimming, volley ball, bowling, badminton and softball are but a few of the different sports in which these " Babe Didricksons of the campus " are interested. A girl must participate in a sport for one quarter before she is eligible for membership to the WAA. Participation in this sport entitles them to wear the WAA Key and take part in the annual sports days sponsored by colleges in this region. ♦vS ♦7. ■ 3f .:.• ' - . y. : ' ' 300 ' 1»» EfjQ aiiD:UJ )j j- (r MJ ' lMJiaS f ' E R-C I T Y December 20, 1950 Miss Pfitti Jo Hoffman Editor of Yeerbooic Contest University of Denver Denver, Colorado Deer y.iss Hoffman: Enclosed you vill find the pictures June and I have selected for the King ftueen and Attendants of your Yearbook Contest. The onoioe was 8 difficult one to make and we hope that you are pleased with our dtoiaton,. Best of luck to you all. Sincerely, C GUxiJLQ(L KYNEWIfBOK ROYALTY JUDGEI Dick Powell and June Allyson Portraits by JAFAY .i KYNEWIf BOK QUEEN Norma Garner Alpha Gamma Delta wr r . HUEEN ATTENDANT Jean Emerson Alpha Chi Omega QUEEN ATTENDANT Rosa Witsell Pi Beta Phi u .- ' (■ ' . ,.. KyNEWIf BOK KIN6 Walt Nordby Acacia tai KING ATTENDANT Charles Coleman Kappa Sigma KING ATTENDANT Dan Mordecai Independent Students Association HOMECOMINC QUEEN Jane Newton Pi Beta Phi Br: ENGINEER ' S QUEEN Joyce Amen Delta Gamma ■tatUMT. KIN6 NEPTUNE Don Henke Sigma Phi Eps ' don FREfHMAN QUEEN Louise McLaughlin Pi Beta Phi 01 k PREf HMAN KIN6 Jack Nelson Sigma Chi EfQUIRE 6IRL Margie Covault IF GODDEffES Charlotte Green, IMary Ellen Addems, Barbara Borstadt, Sara MacGonagle ' DANCES " But I don ' t know, " Dirty Lil. ' Les Brown Dance — " I ' d applaud if I could move my hands. ' Harvest Hoedown — He ' s got a potato; now he ' s looking for o bog khz: " But I ' m a Northern Domocrof. ' Dances .... fraternity dances .... club dances .... all school dances .... Les Brown and Bill Graham .... tickets and corsages and always dollars .... and it always rained .... or snowed .... and double dates .... you go to see and be seen .... too crowded to dance .... dance a success .... see you at " Taylors " after the dance .... rented tux .... dorm hours .... dances .... The Lambda Chi Pledge Formal. Dclto Comma ' s Queen — make that 7,812 queens at DU this yeor. Just whot wc needed — another dance picture. Just paid your tuition, eh? !lilC!l DPA Are you sure you ' re from MGM? No ID, no drink! ' Horold, did you redecorate the borracks. " DPA . . . Dramatic Productions Authority . . . grease paint and footlights . . . SIX fine productions a yBai . . . classics and comedy - - - murder and melodrama . . . rehearsal and memorization . . . costumes and props . . . SRO and extended runs . . . leading ladies and stage hands . . . long hours of work for the few moments of applause . . . opening night and fryouts . . . the confusion, wonder and excitement of the theatre . . . of . . . DPA. Tennij, onyonc ' 315 Wait til the Kefouver committee see this! HOMECOMING : You soy the sweetest things. Put nicicel on the drum — Save another drunken bum. And Seminary college, too .Uib ' llii " . ' Self explanatory. Homecoming .... hours, days, weeks of work wilh crepe paper and chicken wire .... the parade .... a night parade .... the biggest and best ever .... the pep rally in the amphitheatre .... awards presented .... the game .... we tromp the Cougars .... Homecoming dance .... ODK taps .... the weekend ends .... floats and house decorations come down .... back to normal .... until next year .... Homecoming .... Quick, here comes Feder! But I do have a ticket! H ■ ' 2T v ' 3Mr " J J • ...ilMci Smile, Chancellor, these birds hove money. Ah bote ENGINEER OUEEN JOYCE ' MEl AND HEW- »)T: vlNEA FRENCH $ Sy LYN Mommy, why does that men at the microphone have such a funny face? I Looks like about the right size. ENGINEER ' S CARNIVAL Engineer ' s Carnival .... food .... they called it food .... games of " chance " .... and someone must have won .... " girlie " shows .... only the Engineers could have felt they looked like girls .... a carnival no one but an engineer could plan .... hours of hard work .... it paid .... weeks of advance publicity .... Engineer ' s Carnival .... This is the end. YCL AM ND HER COURT LNCH 5 CAr YN VE.TTE Rush Captains, here I am! Quite on engineering job. Wyoming lores him anywoy. NIGHTSHIRT PARADE Nightshirt parade .... through the Cosmo .... Brown .... Shirley .... in BVD ' s and long, red flannels .... over a thousand strong . . burnt eifigies of Carrberry and Cowboy Joe .... snake-lines and shocked old maids .... Conroy going strong .... Gilda at the Tabor .... cold legs and interesting glimpses .... next day, Thanksgiving — so who remembers the score .... Nightshirt parade , Is this whot they meon by night beat? Deor Mother: Lost night I hod the funniest eipcricncc Do all of you have morrioge licenses. ' This IS the night they got lit Lowell Little, Band Director. Band .... one of the finest marching bands anywhere .... at the football games .... the basketball games .... the loudest cheering section in the stands .... formations that never fail to delight both sides of the stadiums .... hours of long practice .... a diffi- cult job well done .... not many bouquets .... hats off to ... . the band .... BAND ! Must be one of those new schools. Here comes the Colonel now ROTC ROTC .... established here in 1947 .... one of Ihe fastest growing units in the university .... well into the social whirl .... Sponsor Corp .... annual Military Ball .... close order drill . . . . tactics .... military discipline .... and courtesy .... college men train for defense .... signs of the times .... ROTC .... There ' s Indians m them thar hills Shoulders back! Stomach in! Chest — Oops! Frozen fingers ond happy sergeants. A fine place to Icove your chewing gun r-ritHT » i(i:iT|?T ' I Shout loud enough and they can hear you in the dorms. KVDU KVDU .... increased power this year .... they tell us ... . news .... quiz shows .... music .... sports .... directed, written and performed by students .... one of the best college stations .... manned by the unpredictable radio majors .... gateway to some of radio ' s top jobs .... the real voice of the Rocky Mountain Empire .... says .... KVDU Studio audience. ] Glad someone ' s listening. That ' s strongc — everything seems to have gone dead tiii ui:; I DU chapter of Tau Kappa Alpha, national hon- orary speech froternity. FORENSICS Forensics .... debate .... after dinner speeches .... the word mill rolls on ... . the Rocky Mountain Speech Conference .... high schools and colleges from all over this area .... Tau Kappa Alpha .... prizes .... ribbons .... cups .... from all over .... to the glory of DU .... thanks to ... . Forensics .... DEBATE COACHES: Jess Gcrn, Western State; Jim Kenna, Lorctto Heights; Bcrnice Laverty, La- ment School of Speech; H. H. BiscI, Pueblo Cen- tennial High School. If he passes the plate agoin I ' ll scream. ' Ideas don ' t count — but trill your ' Vt. ' Father was right — I should ha«e been o plumber 323 Which twin hos the Ton!? MAY DAY Shut-up or we ' ll organize. SAE — I nlwoys heard that meant Sex Above Everything. Aptitude tests arc wonderful. Already? May Day • • • • 1950 .... the traditional cloudy, damp day .... the May Day King and Queen are crowned .... honors bestowed as Mortar Board and ODK tap .... water hoses and rotten eggs — the grudge fights .... Twilight sing .... lanterns change hands .... the carnival .... all in the shadow of graduation .... May Day " Dentine Chewing gum. " Is it lonforiied? Don ' t feci bad — he ' ll give it bock. GRADUATION i These were a busy four years. ■r: Graduation .... Ihe end of four years .... years of work .... and friends .... and fun .... and growth .... a ceremony that signifies something important .... no one knows quite what .... and into a new world .... good-by to the S.I. and Dean Feder .... finals and college dances .... ten o ' clock coffee and too little sleep .... the climax .... Graduation .... Rufh Stone receives E. V. Dunklcc Citizenship Award. The biggest groduoting class ever. " Do you think this will make the New York popery? " General Dwight D Eisenhower receives his doctorote. i w -Jif ■AflPim fT " ' Dorm Council, or Future Wardens of America. DORM LIFE The dorms .... house mothers .... dorm hours .... six people and four rooms .... " I Love a Mystery " vs. International Politics .... package from home .... " Who left the dirty dishes in the sink? " .... six dates at seven and one bathtub .... campused .... " Sorry, that extension is busy " .... borrowed clothes .... dorm meetings .... all adds up to ... . the dorms .... How far can you go on an overnight? r And then I found that she had a dorm key — " Every quarter we get some kind of a new roommate I knew I shouldn ' t have tried to moke Jello at the some time. " " Doesn ' t onyonc wear gortcrs an ' , STUDENT LIFE " I ' m right proud to mcet ' cho mam. ' The notion ' s top ski team come home Hummmm, nice shoes It ' s ob ' ious he hosn ' t been eating ot the union i ' im Eh! eh! We sure fouled that one up. This girl got the bird. You hove time to study, too? Production and management study — quonset style Student wives, or how to live on $105.00 a month. " Accustomed as I om to public speaking . . . " Hawaii subdues DU ' s Pfcifer in Pineapple bowl. ' BT Ii ' " Must hove been a shocking stotcmcn " Mother ' The man soys you hove to come right out of there m - ' — " " 4 r Jimmy Dorsey lA Assembly — must of been something she et. Oh, what a racket! ronce exam. r s tn » r Directory editor or " Call mc and I ' ll c you their address ' Wc understand cheerleaders keep up the team ' s morale. Worming up Well oiled wheels in Loromie Mentor Donee King and Queen. The Christmas sc . anyone ouf of school this week. r!9 Koti«, it ' s you. Son, you ' re getting house-maid knees. The loyolty oath, how sweet. Which reminds me of a very funny story I can ' t possibly tell! There arc two scats to your left Don ' t smile yet, you haven ' t got your check :J.T SC Etcheverry hits his target in Honolulu itodii The boys enjoyed this game, too. LETTER PROM THE EDITOR«« .« Another year has drawn to a close and the 1951 Kynewisbok comes off the press With it comes many memories, some good and some discouraging. But now is a good time to pause and tHink, and thank the many persons who contributed to the production of your yearbook, .. .those who made this edition possible. First and foremost, loud cheers are in order for one of the most wonderful staffs anyone has ever had to work with. Art Editor Lurry Rickards heads the list for his fine designing and creative art work. Bill Leavel and his staff fought their way through the copy and captions with a fresh and original style that is at all times vital and alive. Dick Soennichsen, Sue Burritt and Marge Tanner combined their endurance and talent to form the unbreakable backbone of the hard-pressed and hard-working production staff. Their patience and coordination of the many phases of producti on work eased the tasks of everyone concerned with the frantic frenzy of getting the yearbook ready for the publishers. Charlene Goldberg filled the exasperating job of photo editor very capably with help from a fine corps of photographers, headed by Bob LaGesse and K.O, Lyndes, Gene Knupke and his fine assistant Bonnie Johnson demonstrated their ability by doing a wonderful job on the sports section. And then there were the many people who contributed hours and hours of valuable time and much talent in the unheralded jobs of production workers, copy writers, art assistants, etc, Ted Castor, Carol Chenoweth, Jack Dice, Jack Mehl, " Colonel " Terry Eakin, Lee Goodbar, Bonnie Johnson, Jack Nelson. Loud cheers are in order, too, to the official photographers, Ed Maker for his terrific sports shots. Congratulations to Jafay, Rembrandt, Mead-Pursell and Ritchie Studios for meeting their deadlines on the class portraits. Thanks also go to Kurt Jafay for his beautiful and artistic royalty shots. Thanks, too, to Al Serafin, to whom this book was dedi- cated, and all the other members of the faculty and administra- tion who stood ready with help and advice when they were needed. Of course, we huLibly thank the men at Hlrschfeld Press, Art Milano, in the camera room, was tops for patience and cooperation. Glen Church, Phil Levine, Bill Handleman and Eddie Hlrschfeld himself all helped to make our work easier and more pleasant. Every yearbook seems to have its mistakes. We are no different. Our deep and sincere apologies for any and all mistakes that you may discover, Patti Jo Hoffman, Editor SENIOR ACTIVITIES — A — ADAMS, Beverly A. — Denver B A , Mofhematics, Alpha Chi Ome a Chaplain 2. Trcoturcr ).4. Alpha Chi Omcgo 1,2,}.4, Span- ish Club I FTA l.],4. Mentors 3.4. Pi Dtlta Thcta 3,4. WAA 2 Pi Mu EpMlon 4. ADAMS. Vincent J. — McKeesport, Pa. fl S . Mechanical Engineering. ASME 3,4 ADLESPERGER, Edwin L.--Yuma, Colo. B S B A , Keloiling, Lombdo Chi Alpha Secretary 2. Trcaiurtr 3. President 4, Lambdo Chi Alpha 1.2.3.4. Retailing Club 2.3.4. Collegiate Chamber ol Com- merce 2.3. IFC 3,4 AGOSTI, Lino J. — Pittsburgh, Po S S fi 4 . Hotel and Restaurant Management, Phi Kappa Hittorion 2. Home Manager 2. Treosurer 3. President 4, Phi Kappo 2.3.4. Class Representative 3. Hotel and Restaurant Society 3.4, Junior Holelmen ot Amcrico 4; Fencing Club 3. IFC 4, Football 2 Transfer Irom University of Pittsburgh AHRENS, Mary J. Denver S A . Home Iconomics, Pi Belo Phi. Home Economics Club 2,3.4. Chorus 1; Canterbury Club 2 AIROZO, Rito M. -Queens Village, N. Y. fl A , Socio! Science Area. Transfer from University of LoS Angeles. AL-HABEEB, Abdul Rolmon A. — Ana, Iraq 8 A . Economics, Independents. Ballroom Partners 1.2,3. Cosmopolitan Club 2.3.4; French Club I, Ice SKoting Club 1.2,3, IR Club 4. ODK 4. Dudes and Domes 1.2.3,4, Vice President 4. Pi Gamma Mu 3.4, SCA 1.2.3.4. UNESCO 4. Deons Advisory Council 4 ALLEN, Bob J. Denver B 5 , Mechanical Engineering. President 4. ASME ALLEN, Dole D. Norwich, Kon. 8 S 8 4 . Accounting Tronslcr from Tcias Military College. ALLISON, Gordon W.— Arlington Heights, III. 8 S 8 A . Management Collegiate Chamber Commerce 3. Transfer from University of Illinois. AL-UBAYDI, Hodi M.— Bagdad. Iroq fl S . Chemistry Delta Chi 2.3.4. Treasurer 4. Mu Bcfo Kappo 2.3,4; Cos- mopolitan Club 1.2. 3. 4, Germon Club. AL-ZAIDY, Ali S. -Kadhimom, Iroq fl A , English Cosmopolitan Club ANGELL, Otis H. Denver fl A . Psychology. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Transfer f rom Colorado A M ARCHIBOLD, Robert F. Denver B S finonce. Befo Thela Pi. Contcrbury Club 3.4. Ski Club 3; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3 Transfer from Colorodo University. ARMSTRONG, Jomei W. -South River, N. J. fl A . Psychology, Independents. President 4. Independent Association 2,3,4; Clarion 2; In- tcrcollegiotc Knights 2, A Coppello 2; Deons Advisory Council 4 — B — BAKER, Howard E. Denver 8 S fl A . Building Industry 20th Century Builders 1.2.3,4 BAKR, Tohtin N. Mosul, Iraq fl S , Electrical Engineering. AIEE IRE. Pi Oelto Thcta BALLIGER, F. OoroHiy Shomokin, Po. 8 S fl A . Accounting. Phi Chi Theto Treosurer 4, Phi Chi Theta 3.4, CCC Treasurer 4, Mcnlon; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3,4, Hislorion 4, AWS 3,4 Transfer from Rutgers University. BALLIGER, Williom K. Belvedere Gordens, Col fl S fl A . MonogemenI, OeKo Sigma Pi President 4. Delta Sigma Pi 3.4. Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3,4. 1st, Intramural Forcnsics 3, Intercolicgiote Debate 4 Tronsfer from Rutgers University. BARBER, Arnold E. Casper. Wyo B S fl A , Cenerol Business, Sigma Phi tpsilon Phi Chi Eta 4. Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3,4, Young Democrats 3 4. ROTC 4 Transfer from Casper Junior College, BARZ, Mourice D. —Glenwood Springs, Colo. B S . Civif Engineering SSCE 2.3.4. Ski Club 1,2.3. Pioneer Wings 1.2. BEAGLE, R. Hall Denver fl A . Humanities Area, Alpha Tau Omega. Secretory 2. Treasurer 3, Alpha Tau Omega 2.3.4; President 3. Pershing Rifles 3.4, Vice President 4, Intercollegiate Knights 2.3 4. IFC 4. FTA 4. Radio Guild 2.3. Clarion 2. KVCJu 2.3 Tronsfer from Colorado University BEARD, Jeon E. Lakewood, Colo. fl S . Civil Engineering Pi Delta Theto. SSCE. Treasurer 4, Tau Beta Society. Transfer from Doyton University BECK, Fred W. -Chino, Col. fl S 8 A . Accountirsg. Treasurer 4. Newman Club 2.3,4. Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3,4. Tronsfer from Choftey College BEHRENDSEN, Donald M. Aurora, Colo. 8 5 8 A . Accounting. Loml da Chi Alpha Treasurer 3.4. Lambda Chi Alpha 2.3,4. ODK 3,4, Deans- Advisory Council 2.3.4. Secretary t. President 2, intercol- icgiote Knights 1.2.3 BEND, Joyce L.- -Denver fl A , Social Worli. Oefta Zelo WAA 2.3.4. Canterbury flub 1.2. Collegiate Chombcr of Commerce 3. Sociol Work Club 3. Mentors 3, Sociol Chair- men 3. President 4. Delta 2clo WSC BENDEKOVIC, Borboro A. -Denver B A . English, Alpha Omicron Pi. Tronsfer from Colorado University BENEDICT, Henry Z. -Loguno Beoch, Col. fl A , Social Science Area. FTA 3.4. Phi Delta Kappa 4 Tronsfer from Fullerlon Junior College BENIGHT, Williom M. Denver B A , Zoofogy. Kappa Sigma Phi Sigma Society 4. University Chorus 3; " Pops ' Chorus Tronsfer from Colorodo University BERKLEY, Stanley G. — Colchester, Conn. fl A . Chemistry Delta Chi 3.4. Mu Beta Koppa 2.3.4. BERMAN, Richord New York, N. Y. 8 S Electrical Engineering President 3 Pioneer Dudes Dames 1,2,3,4; AltE 3,4; Pi Delta Theto 3 4 BERNSON, Elmer R. — Denver fl S . Mecfionicof Engineering. Pi Dclto Theto 2.3.4. Vice President 4, ASMt. BEUTHEL, Donald G. Denver 8 S B A . General Business. Tau Koppa Epsilon. Phi Beta Sigma 1.2.3,4, Kappo Koppo Psi 3.4, Pioneer Photographers 3; Social Choirmon 4, Tau Koppa Epsilon 3,4, Bond 1,2.3,4 BIEGA, Michael L. — Montreol. Canada 8 S., Crvif Engineering, Kappa Sigma. Transfer from Colorado College. BISBEE, Verle E.-Bnghton, Colo B S 8 A , Secretarial Science, Pi Kappa Alpha. Cheer Leoder 1.2, Ski Club 1.2 BISSELL, Richord M.— Denver S A . English, Lambda Chi Alpha A Coppello Choir 1.2. Pioneer Dudes ond Dames 1.2, Men ' s Press Club 2 BLUMENTHAL, Florence M.— Deodwood, S. D. 8 A . Music Education, Thela Phi Alpha Treasurer 1,2. Vice President 2,3. President 3,4. Theta Phi Alpha. Treasurer 2.3. Mu Phi Epsilon 2,3.4, Chorister ond Choploin 3,4. President 3.4. Music Educators Notional Con- ference 3.4, Mentors 3.4. Clarion 1. Noman Club 1,2.3,4; Ponhellenic Council 3. A Coppetla Choir 1,2,3,4, Madrigal 4. Lomoni Singers 3, WSC 3.4. WAA I, Ice Skoting Club 12 BOGADI, George M. — Denver 8 A . English, Tau Kappa Epsilon. FTA. Secretory 4. Tou Koppa Epsilon; lllitcrati. BONDY, Donald J. Chicago, III. 8 S 8 A . Retailing, Thela Chi. Retailing Club. Secretory 3, Theto Chi. Transfer from Hope College BOOZER, Betty I. Idaho Foils, Ida. B A . Radio Area, Sigma Koppa Parakeets 2. Mentors 2.3. Spanish Club 1; Skoting Club 1; Ponhellenic Council 2,3.4 Mortor Board 4; ROTC Sponsor Corp 3.4, Vice President Jr Closs 3 BORGSTADT, Willord G. — Concordia, Mo. fl S 8 A . Accounting Befo Alpha Psi BOWEN, Gwen L.— Denver fl A . English, Kappa Delta Treasurer 4. Mortor Board 4. Social Choirmon 4, Mentors 3.4. Porokeels 2.3.4. Treosurer 2. Secretory 4. FTA. WAA 1.2.3.4. Pi Delta Theto 2.3.4. Spanish Club 1.2. Ballroom Partners 1. Dudes and Domes 1.2.3. Ski Club 2.3. Moiorett 1. Head Moiorette 2,3.4. Who ' s Who; ISC 3, WSC BOWEN, Wondo D. Denver fl A . Social Science Area, Alpha Chi Omega Mentors 3.4. Ski Club 2. Kynoisbok 3. Society Editor 4. Clarion 2.4. Secretory 3. Rush Captoin 4, Alpho Chi Omega 2 3,4. Pon-Hellenic Council 4 Transfer from Colorodo University BOWER, Joyce M. Denver fl S 8 A . fluimeti fducofion. Delta Zettt Treasurer 3. Dello Zcto 1.2.3.4. Treasurer 3. Vice President 4. Dudes and Domes Demonstration Group 3.4. Recreation Group 2, President 2 Vice President 4. Tou Beta Sigma 2.3.4. Concert and Morching Bond 1.2 3.4. Mentors 3.4. Porokeels 3 4, WAA 1,2,3, Ice Skating Club 1.2. Collegiate Chomber ol Commerce 1.2, WSC 2 BREWER, Dovid S. Arvado. Colo B S B A Accounting. Alpha Koppa Ps Warden 2.3. Assislont Treasurer 2.3. Alpha Kappo Psi 1.2. 3.4. Beto Alpha Psi 3,4. Phi Beta Sigmo 4. Collegiole Chamber of Commerce 4. President 4. D " Club 2.3.4. Wrestling Team 2.3,4. Deans ' Advisory Council 4. Student Orgonizotions Committee 4, Dorm Counselor 4, Band 1, BROCK, Thomoi P. Cosper. Wyo B S fl A . Accosinling, Lambda Chi Alpha. Alpho Koppa Psi 3.4. Koppo Koppo Psi 2.3. Beta Alpha Psi 4. President 2.3.4. Notional First Vice President 4, Tou Koppo Alpha 1.2.3.4. President 4. ODK. 3.4. President 4, Beta Gommo Sigmo 3.4. Collegiate Chomber of Commerct 1.2 3.4. Bond 1.2,3, Orchesiro 1.2. President 3, MSF 2,J,4; Monoger 3. Debate 1.2.3.4. 8R0NELLE, Jeonninc, M. -Denver fl A . Music Education President 4. Vice President 3. Sigma Alpha Iota 1,2,3,4: Ponhellenic Council 4. WSC 4, FTA 2,4; A Coppello Choir 2.3. University Chorus 2.3 BROWN, Horold R., Jr. — Boston. Moss. BROYLES, Cecil D. — Anton.to, Colo. 8 S . Civil Engineering, Independents. Pi Mu Epsilon 4. Corresponding Secretary 3,4 Tou Beta Society 3.4 Secretory Treasurer 3. SSCE 2,4,4. BRUGGER, George J. Denver fl S 8 A . Accounling, Phi Kappa Collegiotc Chamber ot Commerce 2.3. Treasurer 3. Presi- dent 4, Nc mon Club 1.2,3,4. Treasurer 4, Alpho Koppa Psi 3.4. Commerce Commission 4, Inlercollegiatt Knights 4; Inter-Religious Council 3.4, Tour Leader Summer Pil- grimage to Europe 1950. Treasurer Bui. Ad School 4. Com- _c — CALKINS, Fronk D. —Denver B S . Mechanical Engineering. Pi Delto Theto 2. Tou Beta Society 4, Student Organiio- tions Committee 4. ASME 4. Vice President ot Engineering College 4 CANN, Dolores C. Denver B S 8 A . Advertising Journalism, Kappa Delta Activities Choirmon 3, Koppo Delta 3.4; Parakeets 2,1,4; Mentors 2 3.4, WAA 3.4. Board ol Directors 4; Ski Club 2.3.4. Women s Ski Team 4. CARLSON, Horold E.— Hammond, Ind. B S B A . Building Industry, Independents Treosurer 3 4. 20th Century Builders 2.3,4. Tronsfer from Colorodo University, CARLSON, LoVio H.— Denver 8 A . Sociol Science Ar«a. Mentors IR Club. FTA CHAIM, Evelyn W. — Denver B A , Chemistry Vice President 4. Alpha Sigma Chi 3.4; Secretory 2; German 1.2. Mu Beta Koppo 3.4. A Cappelki 1,2. Isotopes 1,2. FTA 4. WAA 1,2 3, Hillel. WSC 4, IZFA 1.2.3 CHAMBERS, Potsy M.— Denver fl A . Home Economics. Pi Beta Phi Secretary 3. Social Chairman 4. Pi Beta Phi 1.2.3.4, Treas- urer 2. Social Choirmon 3. Home Economics Club 1,2,3 4; Vice President 3. Isotopes 1.2 3.4. Newmon Club 1,2,3,4; Mentors, President 4, Porokcets 1,2.3.4. Demonstrations Committee. WSC 4. Mortar Boord 4. Sweetheart of Sigmo Chi 4. Who s Who 4 Attendant to Homecoming Queen 4; Deans ' Advisory Council CHARVONIA, Ronold— Denver 8 S B A . Accounting Hillel Amcricon Bankers Award CHASE, Joonne M.— Elbowoods, N. D. 8 A . Sociofogy- WAA 4 Tronsfer from Friends University CHITAYAT, Anwor K.- -Bagdad. Iroq 8 S . Mechonicof Engineering, Tau Epsilon Phi Secretory 2.3, Tou Epsilon Phi 2.3.4, Cosmopoliton Club 1,2.3 4 Ski Club 3.4. Ballroom Partners 1,2,3.4; Ice Skat- ing Club 2. ASME 3 4 AIEE 3.4. IFC 4, Engineers ' Day Committee, Engineers ' Cornivol CHRISTIAN, Doom D.- Lo Junto, Colo. fl S 8 A . Advertising. Sigmo Phi Ipiilon. Phi Chi Eto 4 ROTC 4 Transfer Irom La Junta Junior College CIARLO, Thomas S. Greig. N Y B S , Civil Engineering, Tau Kappo tpulon. SSCE CLARK. Jomes E. Sykesville. Po B S B A . Business Management, Sigma Phi tpsilon Pledge Trainer 4. Sigma Phi Epsilon 2.3.4. Delto Sigma Pi 3,4 Intercollegiote Knights 3.4. Collegiate Chamber ot Commerce 2 1.4 Distinguished Military Student. Tronslrr Irom Gonnon College CLAYTON. George W.- Littleton. Colo. 8 S . C ' vit Engineering SSCE 3 4 COCKBURN, Donald L. — Bndgton, Me. 8 S 8 A Aiiline Airport Manogemenl. School of 3.4 Ore he BRINK, Morion E. Denver S A . Art. Pi Beto Phi Historian 2 3. Recording Secretary 3,4, Pi Beto Phi. Mentors 4, ' Pops " Chorus 4. Chrislion Science Orgoniioti Delta Phi Delta 3.4; SCA 2. Dormitory Council 4 Transfer from MocMurroy College tor Women. 2.3.4, Tronslcr from Portland Junior College COCHRANE, Richord W. -Boltimore, Md 8 S B A , Hotel ond Restaurant Management, Kappo Alpho Older Junior Hotelmen of America 2.3.4. Hotel Society 2,3,4. Transfer from Morvlond University COLEMAN, Bcnnie F. — Denver B A Physical Education Vice President 4. Phi Beta Sigmo 1.2,3.4; " D " Club 2.3,4, FTA 4 Aquod 2 3,4. Wrestling, Coeifercncc Cfsompion 3. COLEMAN, Louro Le« — Denver 8 A , PiTChology FTA Tronsfer from Colorado Woman ' s College 337 SENIOR ACTIVITIES COLESTOCK, Elmer R., Jr. — St. Joseph, Mo. B S B A , Building Industry. Vice President 3,4, 20th Century Builders; Vice President 3, President 4, Collcgiotc Chamber of Commerce. Transfer from St. Joseph Junior College. CONDOR, Majorie U. — Douglas, Ariz. B A , English Tronsfer from Colorodo Women ' s College. CONROY, Winslow L. — Adorns City, Colo. B A., Sociology, Kappa Sigma. Greek Editor 4, Kyncwisbok 3,4, Head Cheerleader 4, Cheer- leader 3,4; Collegiate Chombcr of Commerce 2,4; Demon- strotions Committee 4; Intercollegiate Knights 4; IPC 4. Transfer from Colorado A M. COOK, Barbara L. — Denver B.A , Mathematics, Alpha Gamma Delta. Scribe 3, First Vice President 4, Alpha Comma Delta 1,2, 3,4; Porokcets; Mentors. COOK, Kenneth D. — Santo Ana, Cal. B S B A., Management, Delta Sigma Pi. Class Treosurcr 4 Transfer from California University. COOP, Chorles M. — Wessington, S. D. 8 S , Civil Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. Ski Club 2,3; SSCE 2,3,4; ROTC 2,3; Class President, En- gineers 4 Transfer from South Dakota Stote College. CORAH, Harold J. — Englewood, Colo. B S , Civil Engineering. SSCE; Newman Club; Ski Club. CORDES, Leonord F. — St. Louis, Mo. B.F A., Art Education. President, Delta Phi Delta 3,4; Daubers 2,3. COTTRELL, Donald E.— Denver 8 S , Electrical Engineering. Pi Delto Theta 2,3,4; Radio Club 3,4; Tau Beta 4; AIEE- IRE 3,4; Secretary-Treasurer. Engineers ' Commission 4; En- gineers ' Carnival 3,4; Engineers ' Ball 3,4; Engineers ' Doy 3,4 COX, Lynn A. — Bladen, Neb. 8 SB 4., Management, Delta Sigma Pi. Tronsfer from Omaha Unn ity. COY, Ralph S. — Denver 8 A., Psychology. Psi Chi 3. CRAIG, Ruth E.— Golden, Colo. 8 S B A , Secretarial Science, Phi Gamma Nu WSC 4, President 4, Parakeets 3,4; Mentors 4; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3,4; Vice President, Senior Closs 4. CRAMER, Norma L. — Baltimore, Md. B A , Theatre. Zcta Phi Eta 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Dorm Council 2. CRESAP, H. Mercer — Portland, Ore. 8 S B A , Accounting, Alpha Tau Omega. Alpha Kappa Psi 3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4; Intercollegiate Knights 3.4; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3,4; Sigma Iota 3,4, Campus Bridge Club; UNESCO 4. Transfer from Idaho State College CUSICK, Claire H.— Amanllo, Tex. 8 S B A , Building Industry, Pi Kappa Alpha. President 3, Vice President 3, Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Psi 2,3,4; ODK 3,4; " D " Club 2,3,4; IFC 3; 20th Century Builders 3,4; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 2,3; Who ' s Who 4, Deons ' Advisory Council 4; President, College of Business Administration 3, ISC 3; Student Activities Chair- man 3, Commerce Commission, Calendar and Certifications Committee 3, Student Organizations Committee 3; Football Manager 2,3,4. — D — DALTON, Thomas J. — Bayonne, N J. 8 5 8 A., Management, Sigma Alpha Epsifon. Phi Chi Eta; ROTC; Secretary, Scabbard and Blode. DANIELS, William C— Denver 8 A . Law. Phi Alpho Delta 4; Dudes and Dames 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3, Newman Club 1,2,3,4. DAVIDSON, Marie M. — Denver B A , Humanities Area. Alpha Lambda Delta 1,2; Secretary 3, Dudes and Dames 1,2,3, Spanish Club 1,2,3; FTA 4. DAVIES, Stanley V., Jr.— Denver 8 S 8 A , Monogement, Sigmo Phi Epsilon Senior Warden 4. Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4; Intercollegiate Knights 2,3,4; Treasurer 3,4, Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Newman Club 3, Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 2,3,4; CCC Editor 3, Clarion 3,4; Board of Publications 4; Editor, " Fraternity Way " 4; Commerce Commission 3,4. DAVIS, Charles K. — Colby, Kan. 8 A , Journalism. Dudes and Dames 2; IR Club 2; Assistant News Editor 3, News Editor 4. Clarion 2,3,4, Men ' s Press Club 2,3,4; Board of Publications. Transfer from Kansos Slate Teochers College. DAY, Robert W. Denver 8. A , Mathematics, Kappa Sigma. Rush Chairmon 4, Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4; Phi Beta Sigmo 1,2,3,4, Pi Delta Theta 2,3,4; Pi Mu Epsilon 4, Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3; ODK 3,4; Who ' s Who 4; A S President 4; Class President 1,2,3; Campus Commission 1,2,3,4; Calendar ond Certifications Committee 3; Vice President ISC 4; Student Union Board of Governors 4; Deans ' Advisory Council; Track 1. DE SIMONY, John — Schenectady, N. Y. B.S.B.A., Airline-Airport Management. Alpha Eta Rho 3,4 Transfer from Siena College. DIEHL, Roy M. --Little Rock, Ark. BF.A., Art Alpha Delta Sigma 4. DILLON, Doris M. — Pueblo, Colo. 8 A , Art, Pi Beta Phi. Social Chairman, P Beta Phi; Delta Phi Delta 3,4; Alpha Eta Rho 3,4; Parakeets 1,2,3; Newmon Club 2,3; May Queen 3; Track Relays Queen 3. DITOLLA, Eleanor M. — Denver B A , Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta. Home Economics Club 2; Newman Club 2; Mentors 3,4. DOLLAGHAN, Arthur T. — Denver DOUTHIT, V. Anne — Clarindo, la. B S 8 A., Accounting, Phi Gamma Nu. President 4, Vice President 3, Phi Gommo Nu 2,3,4; Secre- tary 4, Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 2,3,4; President 3, Dorm Council; WSC 3,4. Transfer from Colorado Woman ' s College. DOWNING, James D. — Denver 8,S., Civil Engineering. Tau Beta Society 4; SSCE 2,3,4. Transfer from Nebraska University. DREA, Rosemary — Denver B S B A , Business Education, Alpha Gamma Delta. Secretary 4, Rush Captain 3, Alpha Gamma Delto 1,2,3,4; President 3, Parakeets 1,2,3,4; Mentors 1,2,3; Newman Club 1,2,3; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 1,2; Pon- hellcnic Council 3; Who ' s Who 4; WSC 3,4; Deans ' Ad- visory Council 3; Demonstrations Committee 3. — E — EDWARDS, Elvin D. — Denver B.5., Civil Engineering. SSCE Transfer from College of the Pacific. ELISHA, Donald L. — Aspen, Colo. 8 S B.A., Hotel Management, Delta Sigma Pi. President 4, Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4; ODK 3,4; Ski Club 1,2,3; Deans ' Advisory Council 3,4; Collegiate Chamber of Com- merce 2,3,4; Commerce Commission 2,3; Class Treasurer 2,3; Class President 3; Hotel Society 1,2,3,4; " D " Club 2,3,4 Independents 2,3,4; IFC 3,4; Vice President 2,3, Junior Hotclmcn of American; Who ' s Who; ISC 4; Co-Cop- toin 4, Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Deans ' Advisory Council CCC 3. ENDS, Earl J. — Cleveland, Ohio B A , Psychology. Psi Chi 3,4. Transfer from Eastern Oregon College. EPPERSON, Clifford M., Jr. — Denver 8,S,, Mechanical Engineering. ASME. EWING, Charles W. — Colorado Springs, Colo. B.S., C)v 7 Engineering. SSCE 2,3,4, — F — FABIANO, RuthmoryT. — Denver LL.B., Law Membership Chairman 1,2, DU Coeds; Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Christion Science Organization 1,2,3,4,5; Secre- tary 3, Young Democrats of Law School 4,5; Secretary- Treasuier of Law School 2,3. FALKENBERG, Naomi M. — Camden, N. J. B A , Socio Science Area, Delta Phi Epsilon. Treasurer 2, Del ta Phi Epsilon 1,2,3; Panhellenic Repre- sentative 2; Vice President 3, Hillel 1,2,3; Mentors 3,4; Forensics 1, IZFA 1,2 FALKLER, Clarence W. — York, Pa. 8 S , Mechanical Engineering. ASME 3,4 Transfer from York Junior College. FANGMAN, Chorles N. — Dubuque, lo. B.S., Mechanical Engineering. Vice President 4, ASME 2,3,4; Pi Delta Theta 1,2,3,4; Tau Beta Society 4, Engineers ' Carnival Representative 4. FELDHAMER, Gerald E. — New York, N. Y. B S B A , Personnel and Industrial Relations, Phi Sigma Delta Vice President 2, Phi Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; IFC 2; President 2, Hon President 3, Hillel 1,2,3,4; President 4, IZFA 1,2, 3,4; DPA Board 3; SCA 2; Religious Activities Committee 2; Intercollegiate Knights 3,4. FENSTEN, Horvey C. — Chicogo, III. 8 S , Civil Engineering. SSCE Transfer from Illinois Institute of Technology. FERRIS, Greta L. — Denver B A , Humon ( es Area, Sigma Kappa. Editor 3, President 4, Zcta Phi Eta 2,3,4; MSF 4; Editor 4, Vice President 2,3, Mu Phi Epsilon; Mortar Board Song Leader 4. Alpha Lambda Delta 1; Secretary 3, Vice Presi- dent 4, Drama Club 2,3,4, Johnnyc Akin Award to Out- standing Junior in Speech Arts; Mu Phi Epsil Outstanding Mu Phi Epsilon Junior; Ponhellcn rigal Singers, Concert Bond, A Cappella Chor Bond, French Club; Orchestra; WSC 4, AWS. FICK, Harold W.- -Loveland, Colo. 2,3; Mad- ; Marching -Denver Drama Club 3. -Boise, Ida. FIFIELD, Ruth M. 8 A , Theatre Alpha Lambda Delta 1; FLETCHER, E. Noel 8 S 8 A , Management. Tronsfer from Boise Junior College. FLINT, Elizobeth M. — Orrville, Ohio B A , Humanities Area. Dudes and Domes 2,3, Ice Skating Club 2,3; Bridge Club 3,4; A Cappella; Executive Council, FTA 4. Tronsfer from Kent State University. FORSYTH, James H. — Denver 8 A , Socio Science Area. Secretary 4, Phi Beta Sigma 1,2,3,4. FOSBRE, Frank J. — Ploinfield, N. J. B.S.B.A., Insurance. Insurance Club. Transfer from Rider College. FRAZEE, Froneis E.— Eods, Colo. B.S 8 A., General Business, Theta Chi. Secretory 4, Theta Chi. Transfer from Dodge City Junior College. FRENCH, Linneo E. — Del Norte, Colo. 8 S 8 A , Secretarial Science, Kappa Delta. Secretary 3, Kappa Delto 1,2,3,4; Mentors 2,3,4; Collegiate Chomber of Commerce Board of Directors 3; Who ' s Who 4; Sweetheort of Alpho Kappa Psi 3; Deans ' Advisory Council 1; Vice President Commerce Commission 3; Vice President 4, Executive Council 3,4, AWS; ISC 4; Commerce Commis- sion 3,4. FREY, F. Eugene — Sunbury, Po. B.S., Electrical Engineering. Treosurer 4, AIEE 2,3,4; ISC 4; Engineer Commission 4; Assistant Business Manoger 3, Business Monoger 4, Denver Engineer; UNESCO 4; Engineers ' Carnival Committee 3,4; Engineers ' Day Committee 4; Who ' s Who 4; Engineers ' Com- mission 4. FURUKAWA, Gertrude K.— Wohiawo, Oahu, Hawaii B.A., English, Delta Zeia. FTA 3,4. Transfer from Knox College. — G — GARDENER, Donald H., Jr.— Fonwood, N. J. B.S B.A. , Hotel and Restaurant Management, Delia Sigma Pi. Secretary 4, Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4; Secretary 4, Junior Hotel Men of America 2,3,4; Hotel Society 1,2,3,4; Col- legiate Chamber of Commerce 2,3. GEORGE, Ernest S. — Montreal, Canada 8 A , Pre-Social Worli. Pi Gamma Mu 4; FTA 4. Transfer from Sir George Williams. GIESKE, Douglas N. — Elgin, III. B.5., Mechanical Engineering. ASME 4; Pi Delta Theta 3,4; Pioneer Ski Club 2,3. Transfer from the University of Illinois. GIGER, Harold D. — Red Cloud, Neb. 8 SB A , Accounting. Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi. GILBERT, William G.— Erie, Po. B.S.B-A , Airline Management. Scabbard and Blade 3,4; President 4, Alpha Eto Rho 2,3,4. Transfer from Gannon College. GILLETT, Rubord C. — Fort Collins, Colo. 8. SB. A., Personnel and Industrial Relations. Intercollegiate Knights 3,4; President 4, Personnel Club; Football 1,2. GINN, Wallace, M.— Denver B A , English, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Historian 3, President 4, Tau Koppo Epsilon 3,4; Secretary 3, Scobbord and Blade 3,4; Executive Board 4, FTA 3,4; Secretory 2, Young Republican ' s Club 2; Alpha Kappa Psi 2,3; Intercollegiate Knights 2,3,4; Phi Delta Kappa 4; Clarion 2,3, llliterati 3,4, Personnel Club 2; Ice Skating Club 3; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 2,3,4; Who ' s Who 4; Distinguished Military Student 3; IFC 3,4. GIRAULT, John S. — Denver B A., Theatre, Lambda Chi Alpha Secretary 3,4, Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3,4, Christian Science Organization 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4, Drama Club 2,3,4, A Cappella Choir 1; Religious Council 4; FTA 4; Compus Commission 4, Assemblies Chairman 4. GLEASON, Harriett L. — Denver B.A., Sociology, Sigma Kappa. Alpha Lombdo Delta; Mentors 3; Porokeefs 3; IR Club 1,2,3; Social Chairman 3, President 2,3; Christion Science Organization 1,2,3,4; President 4, AWS; French Club 2,3; Mortar Board 4; Vice President 4, Alpha Kappa Delta 3,4; Secretary 3, Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4; Miss University of Den- ver 4, Delegate to UN Institute 2; Student Union Board of Governors 4; Deans ' Advisory Council 4; Campus Commis- sion 4; ISC 4. GODSEY, Robert E. — Detroit, Mich. 8 A , Theatre, Theta Chi. President, Phi Chi Eta; President 4, Dramo Club 3,4. GOLDBERG, Israel — New York, N. Y. 8 SB A., Retailing. Intercollegiate Knights 4; Retailing Club 3; Hillel 3. Transfer from Sampson College. GONZALES, Joan K. Denver 8 A , Physical Education, Independents. President 3, Rilling Athletic Club 2,3,4; WAA 1,2,3,4; Women ' s Physicol Education Mofor and Minor Club 3,4; WSC 3, Psi Chi 4; Mentors 3,4; Porokeefs 2,3,4; Aquad 2,3, FTA 4 GOODIES, Richard B.— Portland, Me. B S B A , Personnel and Industrial Relations. Transfer from Portland Junior College. GOODRUM, Gerald W. Moyfield, Kon. 8 A , Journalism, Lambda Chi Alpha. Secretary 3, Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4; Vice President 3, Men ' s Press Club 2,3,4, Reporter 2, Assistant News Editor 3, News Editor 4, Feature Editor 4, Clorion 2,3,4. Transfer from Wichita University. GOOSELAW, Pershing F. — Libby, Mont. ' 6 S B A , Hotel and Restaurant Management, Delta Sigma Pi President 4, Hotel and Restourant Society; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Collegiate Chomber of Commerce 2,3. SENIOR ACTIVITIES GORNBEIN, Robert J. Niogora Falls, N. Y. B S B A , Hotel and Rcflourant Management, Tau Sp- lilon Phi Strgcont ar-Armi 4, Tau Epiilon Phi 1,4, Hole! ond Rei- touronl Societv. Hilltl Tronifer from Chomplain Colkgc. GRAF, Fred A. — Denver 6 S , Mechanical Engineering. ASME GREENE, William H.— Cosper, Wyo. a i , Natural Science Area Intcfcollcgioic Knighii 2,3, FTA 4; Univcrtity Chorus; A Cappcllo Choir Tranifcr from Copper Junior College. GREENWALD, Robert L. — Fort Morgon, Colo. B S . Civil (naineenng Pi Delia Thclo 2,3,4, Prciidcnt 4, SSCE 3,4. GRIFFITH, Richard M.— Denver B S . Ciyil (ngineenng Pi Delta Thclo 1,2,3,4, SSCE 3,4, Tau Bchi 4, Prciident Junior Engineers 3, Enginccrj Commission 3 GRILLOS, Steve J. Rock Springs, Wyo. B S Botany Phi Sigmo GUSEMAN, Ceeelio L. — Hereford, Tex. 6 A , Airline Tramportation, Sigma Kappa. Mcniors 3,4, President 4, Bridge Club 3,4; Vice President, Sigma Kappa 3,4 GUTJAHR, Harold C— Aberdeen, S D, 5 S 8 4 , jtccounring Beta Alpha Psi Transfer from Northern State Teachers College. — H — HALL, Laurice T.--Buffalo, N Y. B S B A , Hotel and Reitaurant Management, Delta Sigma Pi Junior Warden 4, Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4; Intercollegiate Knights 2,3.4, Ski Club 1.2,3.4; Colleaiotc Chomber of Commerce 2,3,4, IPC 3,4, Hotel ond Restaurant Society 1,2,3.4. Deans ' Advisory Council 4, K-Book, King Attendant 2, President, Intcr-Dormitory Council 4, CCC Class Presi- dent 2 HALL, Roberta C. — Greeley, Colo. 6 A . Spaniih. Sigma Kappa. Spanish Club 3.4 Phi Siomo Iota 3,4; Ice Skating Club 3,4; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3. Transfer from Colorado Stole College of Education. HALLOCK, Weslyn M. -Denver B S B A , Pcrutnnel and Industrial Relatione. Personnel Club 3,4, Advertising Club 3,4, Transfer from Ollowa University. HALPERN, Stanley Motfapon, Moss 8 A , Social Science Area. Tau tpulon Phi ttistonon 1. Corresponding Secretary 2, Choncellor 3,4, Chaplain 4. Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2.3,4; Vice President 4, Presi- dent 4, Hillel 1.2,3,4. Ballroom Portners 1, IFC 3,4, Re- ligious Council 4 HAMMEL, Warlyn F. — Eosfon, Po 8 S 8 A , Hotel and Reitaurant Management, Sigma Phi {pulon Hotel and Restaurant Society, 3,4, Junior Hotelmen of America 3.4, Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3,4, Lutll- eron Students Association 3,4. Transfer from Muhlenberg College. HAMP, Albert G.— Sodo Springs, Ido. 6 S , Electrical fngrneering. AIEE 2.3,4 Transfer from Idaho State Coll «C. HANRAHAN, James R., Jr.— Newbcrg, N. Y. 8 S 8 A . Morkelino. Phi Kappa Sigma Vice President 3. IFC. Retailing Club 2,3, Collegiote Chom- ber of Commerce 1.2,3 HANSON, John W.— Houre, Mont 6 S 8 A . finance. Independents Secretory 3 President 4, Insurance Club, Collegiate Chom- ber of Commerce 3, Newman Club 3,4 Transfer from Northern Montana College H ARJU, Allen J. Brockton, Moss 8 S , Adminiitratnre Engineering. Independents. lea Skoling Club 1.2.3,4, German Club 2.3, AIEE 1,2,3; SSAdmE 2 3.4. Gamma Delto 4 HARMON, Betty C. Denver 5 S S A . Busmen Education, Phi Chi Theta Morlor Board 4 President 4. Phi Chi Theta 1,2,3 4; Secre- tary 3, Mentors 2 3,4; Parakeets 2.3, Secretary J, Collegiote Chamber of Commerce 2,3. Koppo Delta Pi 4, WSC 4. HARRIS, Jamet R. Denver B S 8 A Aiiline-Airport Management Hedge Coptom 4, Alpha Eto Rho 3,4 Air ROTC 3,4; School ot Aeronautics 1,2,3,4; Collegiote Cliombcr of Comnwrc 1,4 Tronsfer from Colorado University. HART, Bobby R. — Corbondole, Colo. 8 S , Sonifory Science Ski Club 1,2.3 4. Photography Club 2.). Tronsfer from Colorado College. HASSTEDT, Byron H. Denver 8 A . Radio Area. Beta Theta Pi Vice President 3. Phi Beta Sigmo 1 2.3,4, Treosurer 3 Dudes ond Domes 1,2, Radio Guild 3. A Coppello Choir 1,2. Rush Chairman 4, Beta Thclo Pi 2,3,4, Secretory 4, IFC 3,4; KVOU 2 3 HATCHER, Willo J. — Denver 6 A Radio Area. Sigma Kappa Coed Joumohsls 3 4 Assislont Editor }, Kyfiewitbok; Rodio Guild 4 A Coppello Choir, Madrigal. HATHAWAY, Jerome C. — Glendive, Mont. 8 S 8 A , Susineis fducolron. Phi Delto Koppa. Tronsfcr from Dowson County Junior College. Iheyenne, Wyo. HAYUTIN, Nero J. Denver B A . Psychology, Sigmo Deffo Tau. Transfer from University of Nebroska. HELLER, Jeonnette L. — Denver S A , English Alpho lambda Delta 1,2, French Club 1; FTA 2,1.4; Vice President 4; Inter-Vorsily Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4; Koppo Delto Pi 4 HENDERSHOT, Fred A. 8 S . Mechanical Engine ASME 3.4, Tou Beta Society 5,4; OOK 4; Who ' s Who; President of Engineering School 4; Engineers ' Commission 4, Campus Commission 4, Deon ' s Advisory Council 4; ISC 4. HENKE, Donald C. -Rock Islond, III. 8 S 8 A , Accounting, Sigmo Phi Epsilon Historian Comptroller, Sigmo Phi Epsilson 1,2.3,4; Alpha Koppo Psi 3,4. Vice President, President, Intercollegiate Knights 3,4, Beta Alpha Psi 3,4, ODK 4, Collegiote Cham- ber of Commerce 2.3,4; Who s Who 4, Sigmo Phi Epsilon Scholarship Key 3, President, Representative, ISC 4, Rcp- resentolive. Commerce Commission 4, Deons ' Advisory Council 4, Deons- Advisory Council CCC 4. Tronsfer from Corroll College HERBERGER, Robert J. — Denver B S . Electrical Engineering Choirmon 4, AIEE-IRE 2,1,4, Newman Club 3; Amateur Radio Club 4, Winner ot First Priie AIEE Technical Paper npetition 3, Engineers ' Carnival Committee 4; Engineers ' Day Co ttee 3,4 HIGGS, Roger A. — Detroit, Mich. B S B A , Airline-Airport Management. School of Aeronautics 3,4; Alpha Eto Rho 4, Tronsfer from Colorodo University. HIGHBAUGH. Otii L.— Denver B S B A , Accounting Beta Alpha Psi 4, Phi Chi Eto 4; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 1. Vice President 4, Baptist Student Fellowship. Transfer from Wheoton College. HILL, Jean A. Denver 8 S , Pre Med. Pi Beta Phi Alpho Lambda Delta 1,2. Isotopes 1.2; Alpha Sigmo Chi 1,2,3,4, Mu Beto Koppo 2.3; MSF 1,2,1, Vice President 1, Alpha Sigma Chi; Secretory 3, Vice President 3, Dudes and Domes 1.2,1,4 HILL, John T.— Denver B A , Social Science Area. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Pledge Master 4, Tau Koppo Epsilon 1,4, HILL, William R.— Grond Rapids, M.ch. B S B A , Advertising Secretary 4, Alpha Delta Sigmo 4, Treasurer 4, Advertising Club 4. Intercollegiate Knights 4. Pioneer Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Pioneer Ski Team, Varsity Skiing 1,4 HINKLEY, Rosemary L.— Denver B A Mathematics. HINSEY, William C. B A , Pre Se President 4, Omicron Delta Sig A Coppello Choir 4; SCA 2.1,4, Denver 1,2,1,4; Orchestra 1,1,4; HOECKELE, Otto W.— Denver 8 A , Pie Pro essionof Social Work Pops Chorus 3.4, Student Associotion of Sociol Work. Transfer from University of Nebraska HOLLAND, J. C— Cope Girordeau, Mo. 8 A , Theatre Drama Club 3,4, FTA 4, King of Harps of Alpha Chi Omega 1950 HOLMES, Leo L. — Honston, Kan B S 6 A . Airline-Airport Management, Theta Chi. Alpha Elo Rho HORNE, Charles W. -Swompscott, Moss. B S 8 A . Accounting Secretary 4. Beta Alpha Psi 3,4. HOVER, Freeman B.— Plymoth, Mich. 6 A , (nglnh. Kappa Sigmo. Tranttcr from Colorodo College. HOWERTON, Harleigh C, Jr. Denver B S B A Finance ond Banking. Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigmo Pi 3 4. Collegiote Chamber of Commerce 3,4; Bond 12 HUNT, Peggy L.— Denver B A Radio Area. Sigma Kappa. Secretary 2. Sigmo Koppo 1.2,1.4. WSC 1,4; Secretory 1, Board of Pubhcotions, Clorion 1,2. Vice President 1. Presi- dent 4. Coed Journalists 1.2,3,4, Spanish Club I, Porokeets 2.3. Mentors 3,4. Editor 4, Student Directory, Radio Guild 1,2,3.4. Traffic Director 4, KVDU Staff; Assistant Copy Editor 12 Advisory Editor 3, Kynewisbok 1,2,3, Board of Publicolions Key Award HURST. William F. Compton, Col 8 S Electrical Engineering AIEE IRE 3,4. Amencon Institute of Physics 4; Amotrur Radio Club 3.4, Engineers ' Comivol 4, Chairman. Engineers ' Boll Committee 4 Engineers Commission 4. Calendar and Cerlilicotions Committee 4. Social Chairman, College of Engineering 4. Pioneer Village Councilman 4. Tronsfer from Compton College IMBER, Arthur Denver B f A , Art Education Delta Phi Delta, Chess Club — J — JACKSON, Shirley M.- Englewood, Colo. 8 A , Home Economics, Independents. Vice President 4, Secretary 1, Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4; Isotopes 1,2,1, FTA 4 JACOBSON, Loren M. Littleton, Colo. 6 S B A , Advertising. Independents. Bond I, Co Choirmon 2, Independents; Treasurer CCC 1, SCA 2,1.4, Collegiote Chomber of Commerce 1 Boord at Directors 1. Vice President 4, Advertising Club 2,3,4. JANUSZ, John T.— Hudson, N Y. 8 A . History German Club, IR Club, Newmon Club. Transfer from Siena College JELINEK, Alena M. Kit Corson, Colo. 8 A , Mathematics. Sigma Kappa. Mentors 2.3.4, Porokeets 1, Secretory 1, Pi Delta Theto 2,1.4, Business Manager, Kynewisbok 2, Sociol Choirmon 3, Sigmo Kappo 2,3,4 JOHNSON, Alio C. New Orlcons, Lo. 8 A . Pre-Sociof Work Area Mcniois 3.4, Student Association ot Social Work 1,3,4; Alpha Lambda Delta 1,2, Pi Gommo Mu 4; Psi Chi 4. JOHNSON, Frances R. Denver 8 A . Phyiicol Education. Comma Phi Beta President 3. WAA 1,2,3,4. Rilling Athletic Club 2.1; Women ' s Student Council 3, Psi Chi 3.4; Mentors 3.4, Poro- keets 2,3,4, Pi Delta Theto 2, FTA 4 JOHNSON, Gilbert P. Denver 8 A , Music Education. Lambda Chi Alpha President 4, Phi Mu Alpha 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4 Koppo Koppo Psi 1.2.1,4, Bond 1,2,3.4, FTA 1.4. Music Educotors ' Notional Conference 1,4; Orchestro; Bond Assistont 1,2,1.4. JOHNSON, Glen A. — Greeley, Colo. 8 S 6 A , Hotel and Restaurant Management, Alpha Tau Omega InlercoMogiote Knights 4, Hotel and Reslouront Society 1 4 ' Ballroom Portners 3. SCA 3, Junior Hotelmen of America 3. Transfer from Colorado State College of Education JOHNSON. Kenneth R. Denver fl S , Mechanical Engineering ASME 4, Inter-Vorsity Christian Fellowship 2 Dudes ond Domes 1 JOHNSON, Mackey L.— Proctorville, Ohio 8 A , Socio Science Areo, Independents FTA 34, 20lh Century Builders 2, Student Council for Social Action 3 Transfer from Marshall College JOHNSON, Marilyn B. -Konorodo, Kan. 5 A . Religious fducotion Pioneer Wings 1,2. Secretory 2, Co-Choirmon 4, SCA 1,2, 1.4, MSF 1,2,1,4, Omicron Delto Sigmo 2,1 Porokeets 2,1; Mentors 3,4; Dorm Council 2, Vice President 4, AW5; UNESCO 4, Secretary 4, Mortar Boord; Wesley Ploycrs 1,4; TKE Sweelheort, Intelcollcgiole Air Meet, 2nd, 2. JONES, Morjorie A. Pomona, Col. 6 A , Mathematics. Independents. Alpha Lambda Delta 1.2. Pi Delta Theta 1.2.1,4; Pi Mu Epsilon 1,4. Psi Chi 1,4, Treasurer 1, Dudes ond Domes 1,2,1,4, President 4, DUcltes 3,4 JORDAN, Ernest E.— Ponshville, N. Y. B A , Humanities Area. Dudes ond Domes 2. Community Service Chairman, SCA 2,1,4 Transfer from University of Arilono. JORDAN, Dorothy R. — Houston, Tex. B A , Humanities. SCA Transfer from University of Houston. JOSEPH, Morjorie A. — Chicogo, III. 8 f A , Art. Independents Mentors 3.4, Ballroom Partners 2; Dorm Council }. — K — KADDOU, Abdul F.— Bogdod, Iraq B S , Mechanical Engineering. ASME KARST, Gilbert L.— Hill City, Kan. B S B A , Accounting Beto Alpha Psi 4 KAWANO, Fred S. Denver 8 A , Psychology. Psi Chi KELLY, Moryruth C. Leodville, Colo. 8 A , Music. Mu Phi Epsilon Mentors 1.4. A Coppello 3.4, University " Pops " Chorus 4; French Club 3. Dudes and Domes 3, Newman Club 3,4; Lo- mont Singers 3, Dormitory Representative 1; Dormitory Counselor 4 Transfer Irom St Mary College KEIFER, Kennith K. Fort Collins, Colo. B 5 8 A Hotel and Restaurant Martagement, Delta Transfer from Colorado A M KIESLER, Borbara L. Denver 8 A . Sociology. Alpho Gamma Delta. Treasurer 3. Alpha Gommo Delta. Pioneer Dudes ond Domes 1, WAA 1. Spanish Club 2. Porokeets 1,2,3.4. Mentors 3,4; FTA 4, Treasurer 1.2,3. Fencing Club KIRKPATRICK, Robert E. Denver B S S A Aceounling KNUDSON, Donold M. Denver 8 S . Chemical Engineering Vice President 3. AlChE 1.2.1,4; Vice President 4 Ameri- con Chemical Society 1.4, Pi Delta Theto 2,3,4; Tou Beto Society 4, Vice President 3, Pershing Rifles 1,4. Scabbard ond Blade 4 KNUPKE, Eugene W.- Sandusky, Ohio 8 A . Journalism. Acacia. Vice President 4, Men ' s Press Club 1,4; Sports Editor 4, Clorion 1.4, Sports Editor, Kynewisbok 4. Tronsfer from Kent Stote University. 339 SENIOR ACTIVITIES KNUSEL, Jack L.— Milwaukee, Wis. B.A., Economics, Independents. Ski Club; Ice Skating Club; " D " Club; Ballroom Partners; Plii Thcto Pi. Tronstcr from Spcnccrian College. KOFMAN, Frederick A. — Boston, Mass. B.S.B.A., Hotel and Restaurant Management, Tau Kappa Epsilon, President 3, Junior Hotelmen of Americo 1,2,3,4; Junior Class Representative, Hotel and Restaurant Management Society 1,2,3,4. KOPERSKI, Nancy J.— Denver B.A., Social Science Area, Kappa Delta. Secretary 4, Koppo Delta 2,3,4; Daubers 2; FTA 2,3; Ment- ors 3; Cosmopolitan Club 2 Transfer from Monticcllo Junior College. KOVAR, Gordon W. — New England, N. D. B,S., Civil Engineering, Independents. Sponish Club; Ballroom Portners; Newman Club; Track KOZMATA, Joseph W.— Perth Amboy, N. J. B.S., Chemistry, Independents. Delta Chi 3,4; American Chemical Society 3,4; Newman Club 2.3,4. KREBSBACH, Raymund K. — Sidney, Mont. 8,5 fl A., Radio Management. Radio Guild 4, Newman Club 4; Ski Club 4. Tronsfor from Corroll College. KUPPINGER, Edword M.— Denver B S B A , Retailing, Independents. Vice President 3, Treosurer 4, Intercollegiate Knights 3,4; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3; Vice President 3, Re- tailing Club 3,4; SCA 2; Calendar ond Certifications Com- mittee 3. — L — LA GESSE, Froi.cis R.— Plainville, Kan. 8. A., Latin America, Independents. Phi Beta Koppa; FTA 4: Phi Sigma Iota 2,3,4; Kynewisbok 3,4; Clarion 4; Master Key 4. LANE, Henry L. -Denver B.S.B.A., General Business Administration, Phi Sigma Delta Secretory 3, Alpho Pi Omega; Treasurer 2, Intercollegiote Knights Transfer from Colorado University. LANGLEE, H. Donald — Bowman, N. D. BA., Social Science Area. FTA 4. Transfer from North Dakota Stote Teachers College. LARSEN, Steven W. — Elbert, Colo. B S B A , Building Industry, Alpha Kappa Psi. Secretory 3, Alpho Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4; ODK 4; IFC 4- Presi- dent 3, Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 1,2,3,4- Inter- collegiate Knights 1,2,3; 20fh Century Builders 1,2 3 4- Deans ' Advisory Council 4; Who ' s Who 4; ISC 4; Manoger of Demonstrations 2,3,4; Homecoming Committee 4; Presi- dent of Sophomi ' LARSON, Al B S 8 A , A Beta Alpha Psi Transfer from N -e Clas in, Jr -Hovre, Mont. nting. rtheri LAUGHLIN, Beffy J. Delta Thcto ntona College. — Denver 8 SB A , Business Education, Phi Gamma Nu. Parakeets 3,4; Mentors; Collegiate Chomber of Commerce. LAWSON, Barbara A. — Denver B A , Humanilies Area, Gamma Phi Beta. Secretory 4, Gamma Phi Beta 1,2,3,4; Alpha Lambda Delta 1,2, President 3, Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4 Parakeets 3 ' President 4, Treasurer 3, Mentors 3,4; WSC 4; Historian 4, Mortor Board 4; FTA 3; Psi Chi 3; Who ' s Who 4; " Miss De- pendability " 4. LEAVEL, Willord H.— Kansas City, Mo. B A , Political Science, Acacia. Vice President 4, Rush Captain 3, President 4, Acocia 3 4 ODK 4; Deans ' Advisory Council 4; IFC 4; Copy Editor 4 Kynewisbok 3,4; Religious Council 2,3; Co-Chairman Lead- ership Conference 4. Transfer from Kansas City Junior College. LEFFLER, Fred R. Denver 8 5, Electrical Engineering. President 4, Pi Mu Epsilon 4; Treosur 1,2,3,4, AIEE 2,3,4; Dudes and Dames LEIFHEIT, Lindy D. — Loveland, Colo. 8 S 6 A., Finance and Banking, Delta Sigma Pi lllitcrati 1,2,3,4. LE MASTER, Benjamin B. --Wheotridge Colo. 8 A , Botany Vice President 4, Phi Sigma 2,3,4. LEONIDO, Victor A. New York, N. Y. 8 5, Sanitary Science. Sanitary Science Association. Transfer from Brooklyn College. LEVINE, Ronald L.— Flushing, N. Y. B 5 , Chemistry, Phi Sigma Delta. House Manager 3, Phi Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; Vice President 4, Hillcl 1,2,3,4; IFC 3; Religious Council 4; UNESCO 4 Intercollegiate Knights 2,3,4; Bollroom Portners I; IZFA LEVY, Irwin H. Denver 8.S.8 A , Hotel and Restaurant Management, Tau Ep- silon Phi. Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 2,3,4; Hotel ond Rcs- tourant Society 2,3,4 Tronslcr from the Colorado School of Mines. LEWIS, George F.— Pueblo, Colo. BA , Social Science Area, Lambda Chi Alpha. Tau Kappa Alpha 4; Pi Gommo Mu 4; FTA 3,4; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3,4; Debate Team 3,4; YM-YW 4. 340 LEWIS, Robert G. — Inglewood, Cal. 8 SB A., Marketing and Salesmanship, Sigma Phi Ep- Secretory 3,4, Sigma Phi Epsilon 2,3,4; Scabbard ond Blade 4; Phi Chi Eta 4; Intercollegiate Knights 4 Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 4, Distinguished Military Student 3; Distinguished Military Graduate 4. Transfer from El Comino CoHege. LEWIS, Williom S.— Atlanta, Go. B-A., Architecture and Planning, Kappa Sigma Vice President 4, Kappa Sigmo 1,2,3,4, Pi Delta Theta; ASA. LINDH, William — Chicago, III. B.S.B.4., Hotel and Restaurant Management, Delta Sigma Pi. Junior Representative 3, Hotel ond Restaurant Management Society; Junior Hotel Men of America; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce. LOCKWOOD, William M.— Lokeview N Y BS B A , Real Estate, Phi Kappa. President 3,4, House Manager 3, Phi Kappa 1,2,3,4; New- mon Club 1,2,3,4; President 3, Vice President 2, IR Club 1,2,3,4; Vice President 3,4, ODK 3,4; Beta Gamma Sigmo 4; Society of Public Administration 4; IFC 3,4; ISC 3 4- Commcrce Commission 3,4 CCC Deans ' Advisory Council 4; Deans ' Advisory Council 3,4. LONG, Donald P. — Madison, Neb. B A., Journalism, Acacia. Mens Press Club; News Editor 3, Clarion 2,3. Transfer from Wayne State Teachers College. LONG, Virginia S. — Alamosa, Colo. 8. 5 B-A., Secretarial Science, Sigma Kappa. Secretary 4, Sigmo Kappa 1,2,3,4; Canterbury Club T Mentors 2,3,4; Treasurer 4. WSC 4; AWS; Collegiate Cham- ber of Commerce 2,3,4; Sweetheart of Alpha Koppa Psi. LUMADUE, Marvin D. — Englewood, Colo. B.F.A., Advertising Design, Sigma Chi. Vice President 2, Daubers 2,3. LYARTIS, Phyllis N.— Rock Springs, Wyo. B.A., Radio Area, Independents. Alpho Lambda Delta 1,2; Dorm Council 3; Zeta Phi Eta 2,3,4; Panhellenic Council 3; Secretary 3, Radio Guild 1,2, 3,4; Mentors 3,4. — M — MADSEN, Harold R. — Carpenter, S. D. 8 A., English, Beta Theta Pi. Recorder 3, Beta Theta Pi 2,3,4; llliteroti 3; Moy Day King 3. Transfer from South Dakota State College. MAGNUSSEN, Arthur W. — Ontario, Cal. 6,5., Mechanical Engineering. ASME, Ski Club. Transfer from Chotfcy College. MALONEY, Jack W. — San Diego, Col. 8.4,, Journalism, Kappa Sigma. ODK 3,4; Sports Editor 3, Clarion 2,3; Collegiote Chomber of Commerce 1,2; Newman Club 1,2; Deans ' Advisory Coun- cil 3,4; Calendar and Certification Committee 2,3; Board of Publicotions 3; Freshman Basketball 1. MANDY, Norman W., Jr. — Birmingham Alq, B A , Psychology. ' Psi Chi 4; FTA 4 Transfer from Alobamo Polytechnic Institute. MANNING, Alice R. Denver B.A., Education, Sigma Kappa. Registror 4, Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4. Transfer from Indiana University. MANSFIELD, Ruth E.— Newark, N. J. B.A., Home Economics. Home Economics Club 3,4. MAPES, Ellengail Denver B A., Spanish, Sigma Kappa. Vice President 3,4, Sigmo Koppo 1,2,3,4; Vice President 2, Alpha Lambda Delta 2; WAA 1,2; Mentors 3; Parakeets 3; Home Economics Club 3; FTA 2,3; President 4, Phi Sigma Iota. MARGOLIN, Leonard — Auburn, Me. B.5 B A., Airline-Airport Management. School of Aeronautics Club 3 4 Transfer from Portland Junior College. MARMION, Keith R. — Kit Carson, Colo. 8 5., Civil Engineering. SSCE 3,4; Tou Beta Society 4. Transfer from Colorado University. MARSHALL, John L. Denver 8. 5, 6. A,, Business Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon FTA; Psi Chi; Phi Delta Koppo; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce; President 4, Rush Coptoin 2, Sociol Choirman 3, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; King Neptune Attendant 4 Alpha Gam Man 2; ISC 4; Homecoming Chairman 4; Acodemic Council 4; IFC. Transfer from University of Wyoming. MARTIN, LaVern C. — Castle Rock, Colo. 8 S 8 A , Personnel and Industrial Relations, Independ- Personnel Club 3,4. MARTIN, Robert P. — Denver 8 5 , Civil Engineering. Pi Delta Theta 2,3,4; SSCE 3,4. MARTIN, Wendell H.—Woltham Moss. B A , Political Science, Sigma Chi President 4, Sigma Chi 2,3,4; Collegiate Chamber of Com- merce 3,4; Vice President 4, Radio Guild 1,2,3,4 KVDU 1,2,3,4; Pi Gommo Mu 4, University Talent Troupe 2 3 4; IFC 4 MASSONE, John J. — New York N Y. 8 5 8 A , 5(o( s(ics, 5 gmo Phi Epsilon. Delta Sigmo Pi 3,4, Intercollegiate Knights 3,4; Collegiote Chamber of Commerce 3,4. Transfer from Hunter College. MATHEWS, Ivajean T. — Denver 8 A., English. Ice Skating Club 4; Board of Governors 4- FTA 4 Tronsler from Loretto Heights College. MEIKLEJOHN, Alvin J., Jr.— Denver LL.B , Law. Justice 3, Phi Alpho Delta 2,3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4. MELLOR, Alfred L. — Boston, Mass. B.S B.A., Management. Transfer from Bcntley School of Accounting. MICHEL, Douglas M. — Denver B.A., Journalism, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Rush Captain 3, Vice President 4, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2,3,4; Men ' s Press Club 2,3,4; Track 2. MIDDLEMAS, James — Georgetown, III. B.S B.A., Airline-Airport Management, Phi Sigma Ep- silon. Alpha Eta Rho. Transfer from Eastern Illinois Stote College. MILES, Barbara J. — Denver B A , Physical Education, Independents Secretory 1, Dudes and Domes 1; Treasurer 2, Aquod- Treosurer 2, Secretory 1, WAA 1,2,3,4; Secretary-Treasurer 3,4 Rilling Athletic Club 3,4; Physical Education Major and Minor Club, Board of Governors 3, Ice Skating Club 3,4; Parakeets 2,3,4; Mentors 3,4; Ski Club 4. MILHOLM, Dole M. — Denver 8, 5-8. A,, Accounfing. Beta Alpha Psi 4. Transfer from Colorado University. MILLANE, Arthur J. — Ossining, N. Y. 8-S-, Mechanical Engineering. ASME 3,4. Transfer from Chomploin College. MILLER, Dolores M. — Sterling, Colo. B.A., English, Delta Gamma. Executive Council 4, WSC 3,4; Pioneer Ski Club 2; Vice President 3, French Club; President 3, Dorm Council 3 4- Mentors 3; Newman Club 2,3. Transfer from Loretto Heights College. MILLER, Norman W. — Springer, N. M. B.A., Psychology. Sponish Club 3; Ice Skating Club 3; Dudes and Domes 4; Clarion 4. MOORE, Louann — Denver B.A., Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi Dudes and Domes 1; Spanish Club I; Porokeets 2,3; WAA 2; Pledge Trainer Pi Beta Phi. — Mc — MC BRIDE, Ned G. — Denver 8,5., Electrical Engineering. AIEE-IRE; Vice President, Tou Beta Society; Pi Delta Thcto; Ski Club; Radio Club. Transfer from Posodena City College. MC CARTY, Ann D. — Denver B.A., Journalism, Pi Beta Phi. Spanish Club I; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Mentors 3- Coed Journalists 3,4; Reporter, Clarion 2. MC CARTY, Fronkie O. — Denver BA , Journalism. Coed Journalists 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1; Ballroom Partners 1,2,3; News Editor 3, Ass ' t Editor 4, Clarion 2,3,4; Secre- tary 4, Board of Publications; Student Organization Com- mittee 4; May Day Committee 4; Colendar and Certifica- tion Committee 3; Denver Women ' s Press Club Award. MC CAW, James P. — Denver fl.5 8 A , Personnel, Sigma Chi. Secretory 3, Sigmo Chi 1,2,3,4; Scobbord Blade 1,2,3,4; Personnel Club 2; Newman Club 3,4; Ski Club 2; Dudes and Domes 3; Distinguished Military Student. Transfer from Regis College. MC KIERNAN, Harriet L. — Bremerton, Wash. B.S.8-A-, Personnel. Tronsfer from Mt. Vernon Junior College. MC KIERNAN, Ralph T. — Bremerton, Wash. B S B-A , Hotel and Restaurant Management. Hotel and Restaurant Society 3,4; Junior Hotelmen of Amer- ica 3. Transfer from Olympic Junior College. MC MAHON, Patrick C. — Denver LL.B., Law. Phi Delta Phi. Transfer from Notre Dame University. — N — NAECK, Johanna R. — Denver B.A., Sociology, Independents. Corresponding Secretary 1, Recording Secretary 3, Inde- pendent Association 1,2,3,4; SCA 2; Ballroom Partners 2,3,4; President 4, Germon Club 2,3,4; Alpha Lombdo Delta 1,2; Phi Gamma Nu 3,4; Psi Chi 3,4; Secretory 4, Alpha Kappa Delta 3,4; Aquod 3; Collegiate Chamber of Com- merce 1,2 NASH, Claude A. — South Bend, Ind. B.A., Architecture. ASA 1,2,3,4; Architectural School Award 3. NEALE, Mary V.— La Junta, Colo. B.S B-A-, Secretarial Science, Sigma Kappa. Treasurer 2, Parakeets 2,3; President CCC 4, Mentors 3,4; Social Choirman 3, WSC 3,4, AWS; Dudes and Dames 1,3,4; MSF 1,2,3; Collegiote Chamber of Commerce 4. NELSON, Chester A. — Denver B S , Civil Engineering, Independents. SSCE 2,3,4, Ski Club 1. SENIOR ACTIVITIES NELSON, Nodine R. McCook, Neb. 6 S S it , Accounting, Delta Zeta. Tiroturcr 4, Phi Gamma Nu 3,4. Mcntori 4; Senior Cloit Secretory. CCC 4, Cotlcgtotc Chamber of Commerce 3,4; YM-YW 3,4, WSC 3, AWS Trortitcr from McCook Junior College, NELSON, Wendell W.— Greeley. Colo. 8 A , Social Science Areo, ndependcnts. NEWHOUSE. Ronald D. -Grand Ropids, Mich. B S B A , Radio Management, Tou Kappc fpsi on. Vice President 4, Tou Koppo Epiilon 3.4, Intercollegiole Knighli 1.2,3,4, Radio Guild 1. 2, 3,4, Concert and March- ing Bond 1.2.3,4; Collcgiotc Chamber of Commerce 1,2. NEWTON, Jane E.- Fort Collins, Colo. S A , Cngliih, Pi Beta Phi President 3. Pi Beto Phi 1,2.3.4, PretidenI 4 Ponhellenic Council 3,4, Prelident 4, Canterbury Club 1.2,3.4. Dormi- tory Council 2. WSC 3,4, AWS, Oeons ' Adyiiory Council 4; Mortar Board 4. WAA I, Georgia Crowell Memorial Award 3. Mm Capability 4, Who ' i Who 4. Homecoming Queen 4; Secretory Treasurer, Sophomore Class 2, NORBURY, Roy Jomestown, R I B S B A , Hotel and Reitourant Management, Oefto Sigma Pi. Hotel Society 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Treosurer 3. Junior Hotel- men of America; Spanish Club 3, Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 3,4 NORLAND, Irvin J., Jr.— Denver B A , Journoliim. ODK 4 Clarion 1.2,3.4, President 4, Men ' s Press Club; Col- legiate Chamber of Commerce 2,3. Newman Club 2, Board of Publications Award I NUDING, Wendell C. — Peono. Ill B S 8 A , Perionnel and InduUrial ffefotions. Delta Sigma Pi. O ' CONNELL, Herndon— Clifton, Ariz. fi A , Soc ' o ogy, Independent. Dudes and Dames Tronsfcr from Ariiono State College. O ' DONNELL, John J. Mt Vernon, N, Y. B S , Mechanical Engineering. ASME 2,3, Closs Vice President 4 Transfer from Chomploin College. O ' DONNELL, Robert F. Denver fl S fl A , Retailing, Sigma Phi iptilon. Secretary 3. President 4, IFC 2,3,4 Phi Beta Sigma 1,2,3.4; Deans ' Advisory Council 4. Ski Club 1.2,3,4; Calendar and Certifications Committee 3.4, Intercollegiate Knights 2,3,4; Collegiote Chamber of Commerce 3,4. O ' KANE. Regino M. Aurora, Colo. 6 A . Sociology, Alpha Chi Omega. Rush Coptoin 3, Alpho Chi Omega, Secretary 3, Ponhellenic Council 2,3.4. WSC 3 4, Daubers 1,2, Mentors 3,4; Colendor and Certifications Committee 2, Student Organiiotions Committee 3,4; Newman Club 4; Compus Commission 4; ISC 4 OKI, Violet C. — Honolulu, Hawoii B A , Zoology. Tronsfer from Um.ersity of Howaii. OLSEN, Mory J. -Denver fi A Socio o y, Oeffo Zefo. Dudes ond Domes 3,4, Mentort 4, Tronsfer from Stephens College. ONDRUSEK, Richard J. —Denver 6 S 8 A . Building Industry. 20th Century Builders ORCINE, Betty Lou Denver 6 A Physical Education, Sigma Kappc. Treasurer 3. Sigma Koppa. WAA 1.2,3,4, Mentors 3,4, Ice Skating Club 3 Transfer from Colorado A M ORMISTON, EorleG. Flushinn, Mich, M A Radio Area. Delta Sigma Phi Speciol E rnts Director, KVDU, Radio GuiM Tronsfer from Albion College OSBORN, Reiford H. S-iuth Gote, Colif fi S Chemical Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epulon President 4. ACS 3,4, Treasurer 4, AlChE 2,3,4, Tou BelO 4 Ski Club 2 Pioneer Villoge Council 4. Transfer from Compton Junior College. OTT, Charlotte M. Colorodo Springs, Colo. 8 A , Pre-Secial Work Pi Gamma Mu 3,4, SCA 2,3,4, Sludent Association of Social Work 3.4 Tronsfer from South Dakoto Stale College. — P — PANTER, Edna M. - La Junto. Colo. 8 A Humanities A eo. Koppo Oeffa Ice Skoting Club 3. Secretary. Bridge Club 4; Clott Vict President 4 Vice President 3. Dorm Council. WAA 1,4. Transfer from Lo Junto Junior Colle«t. PARSONS, Donn W. Tampa, Flo. 8 S . Che mical Engineering AlChE 1.2,3,4, American Chemicol Society 3,4, Phi Lambda Uptilon 3,4. Tou Beta Society 3,4, Kytiewisbok I PAS4.AY, Roymond T. Denver 8 S , Chemistry, Indepeitdentt. FTA Americon Chemical Society; Collegiote Chomber of Commerce Tronsfer from Pratt Institute. PEEPLES, Vcro L— Sovonnoh, Go. 8 A , Sociology, Indtptndtntt. Ice Skating Club 3 Transfer from Newberry College PERRY, Alvon S. -Pueblo, Colo. 8 S 6 A , Radio Martogement . Phi Chi Eto 4, Radio Guild 3,4, Program Director, KVDU } Tronsfer from Pueblo Junior College, PETERS, Mildred J. Denver 8 A , Phyucof Education. Delta Zeta. Rush Coptoin 2,3, Treasurer 3. Delto Zcio 1.2,3,4; Pon- hellenic Council 2.3. Treosurer 2, WAA 1.2,3,4, Aquod 3; Dudes ond Domes I. Uc Skating Club 2. FTA 4. Parakeets 2.3, Mentors 3,4, Physicol Education Majors ond Minort Club PETERSON, Fabian R. Dovenporf, lo, 8 S , Civil Engineering SSCE 2,3,4. President 4, Lutheran Students Associolion 2.3,4, Religious Council 3,4, Assistant Editor 4, Denyet En- gineer 3,4 Tronsfer from Modesto Junior College PETTICREW, Edna J. Denver 8 A , Physical Education, Sigma Kappa. WAA, Physicol Educolion Motors and Minors Club; Menlon; FTA. PHILLIPS, Lawrence E. — Nevodo, lo 8 S , Civil Engineering. SSCE 2.3,4 Transfer from Iowa State College, PORTER, Ardeth C. Lewis, Colo 8 S 8 A , Airline Management, Delta Zeta WSC 4 AWS. WAA 2.3,4; Treasurer 4, Alpho Eto Rho M; Secretory 4, Ponhellenic Council 3,4, Mentors 3,4; Para- keets 3.4. Dorm President 4, Dorm Council 4, Who ' s Who 4. Transfer Irom Fort Lewis A M. POTESTIO, Albert D.- Pueblo, Colo. 8 A , Sociofogy. " D " Club. Newmon Club; Football 2,1,4, POTTS, Ruth E. Denver 8 A , Humanities Area. Dudes and Domes 1.2,3; SCA 1,2,1,4; Vice President 2, President 3, Bollroom Partners 1,2,3,4, MSF I. PRATT, Wayne O. -Gillette, Wyo. 8 S . Electrical Engineering. nt 4, Tou Beto Society 3,4; Pi Mu Epsilon 4; AIEE iittec 4, Engineers ' Cornivol 4. -Denver i. Secretary 3, Dromo Club, Zeta 1.2,3.4. Engine PROUT, Shirley M. 8 A , Theatre. Notional Collegiote Player Phi Eto PRYOR, Lorenzo D. Denver 8 A , Physicol Education. FTA Transfer Irom Proirie New State Normal Industrial College, PURINGTON, Richard J. — Colrom, Moss. 8 S . Civil Engineering Tou Beta Society 4, Pi Delta Theto 2,1,4; SSCE 3,4. — R — RABINOFF, Donna J. Denver 8 A Molhrmatics, Pi Beta Phi Secretory 3 President 4, Pi Beta Phi 1.2.3,4; Treosurer 2, Alpha Lambda Delta 2, Pi Delta Theto 3.4; Porokcets 2.3; Mentors 3, Canterbury Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Mortor Boord 4, WSC 4, AWS; Ponhellenic Scholorship Award 2; Thonksgiving Queen 3, Sigma Chi Sweetheart 2. RAY, Froncii L. — St Louis, Mo. 8 A , Theatre Dromo Club, Rodio Guild. Tronsfer from Woshington University, REASE, George H. Denver 8 A , Sociology, Independents. Intercollegiote Knights, Concert Bond; Collegiote Chomber of Commerce 1,2,3,4. REED, Donald E. -Denver 8 A , Physical Education, President 4, Ice Skating Club 3,4, Pioneer Ski Club 1,2,1. REED, Eleanor M. — Rocky Ford, Colo. 8 A , Socio ogy. Alpha Koppo Delta 1,4. REED, Howord D. -Denver 8 A . Mechanical (ngineeriltg, ASME 4 REED, Jomci B. Denver 11 8 . low. Phi Delta Thela ODK 4 Who s Who Tionsfn Irom Yale Uniyeriity REYNOLDS, Jaqulinc Golden, Colo 8 5 6 A . Personnel and Industrial Relations. Secretory. Beto Gommo Sigmo, Alplsa Lombda Delto, Per- sonnel Club RHOADS, Lester G. St Cloir, Pa. 8 S Mechanical Errgineering. ASME 3.4 Tronsler from Sompson College RICE, David W. Eost Orange, N J A , Physical Education. Phi Kappa Alpho President 4. Pi Koppo Alpho, IFC 3,4 Transfer from Hompden Sydney College RICKARDS, Lourence N., Jr. Denver B f A , Advertising Deiign, Oelfo Sigmo Phi. Vice President 4, Treasurer 3, Delia Phi Delto 3.4. Rush Captain 4. Delta Sigmo Phi 3.4. Intercollegiote Knights 2 3 4 Art Editor 4. Kynewisbok. IFC 4. Treasurer 2, Doubers 1.2.3 RILEY, A. Douglot Kcw Gordens, N Y 8 $ . Chemicol Engirseering Pioneer Ski Club 2, AlChE 2,3,4; Secrtlory-Treosurer 4, Americon Chemical Society 1,4 Tronsfer from Sompson College ROBERTS, Dorii M. Denver B.A , Sociology, Alpha Chi Omega. Mentors 3.4, Clarion 4. Collegiote Chamber of Commerce 4; Historian 4. Alpha Chi Omego 3,4 Transfer from Colorodo Uniycrsity. ROBERTSON, James C— Denver 8 S 8 A , General Business. Vice President 4. Intercollegiate Knighll 2,1,4; Newmon Club 2,3 4, Collegiote Chomber of Commerce 1,2,3,4, Sec- retory 2. Vice President 4, Delta Sigmo Pi 1,2,3,4. ROBERTSON, Jomei L. PIcosont Grove, Utoh B S B A , Hotel and Reitourant Management. Beto Theto Pi President 4, Beto Theto Pi 3.4; ROTC 3.4, Hotel ond Res- taurant Society 3.4, IFC 1,3.4, Intercollegiote Knights 2,4. Tronsler from Uniyersity ol Utah ROGERS, Donald M. Ssser, III 8 S fi A , Iniuronce, Tou Koppa Epsilon. Transfer from Southern Illinois Uniyersity. ROHR, Emily P. Denver 8 A , Speech, Pi Beto Phi Activities Choirmon 2, Pi Beto Phi 1,2,3.4; Editor 4, Zeto Phi Eto 2.3.4. Publicity Choirmon 4, MSF 4, Rodio Guild 1,2. A Coppello. Pops " Chorus 4. ROSEN, Myrtfc D. Denver 6 A , Pre-Sociol Work, Sigma Delfo Tau President 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3.4. Dudes and E omes 4, Hillel 4. Transfer from University of Nebrosko. ROWE, Vero D. Denver B F A , Interior Design. Sigma Kappa. House Monogcr 3, Rush Coptoin 4, Sigmo Kappa 1,2,1,4; Doubers 1,2.3, Ski Club 1, Skoting Club I. RUCKER, Goyle F. -Englewood, Colo. 6 S , Civil Engineering, Independents. SSCE 2,3.4. SCA 2. Secretory-Treosurer Engineering Closft 4. RYAN, Jerry J. Denver 6 A , Radio Area, Sigmo Phi Epulon. Rush Choirmon 2,3. Vice President 3 4, Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4. Radio Guild 2.3,4. KVDU 4; Colkgiott Cliambcr ol Commerce 3,4, Newmon Club 2,3, — s — SALMON, Merlyn L.— Denver 8 S , Chemicol Engineering Phi Lombdo Upsilon 3.4. Cataloguer 4, Tou Beta Society 3,4, Secretory 4, AlCht 1,2,3,4, Secretory Treasurer 3, Americon Chemical Society 2,3,4 Pi Delto Theto 2,3,4; Engineers ' Cornivol 3,4, Engineers ' Doy 3.4 SANDALLS, Williom T. Denver 8 A , International Relations Phi Beta Koppo 4. IR Club, President 4, Atlonlic Union. Tronsfer from Trinity Collegc- SANDO. Marvin M.- Denver 8 S , Cfiemiilry Delto Chi. Mu Beta Koppo Transfer from Colorado University. SCHULEWSKI, David M.— Chicogo, III. 8 S . ChemiXry German Club 4. President 3, Fencing Club 3,4; American Chemical Society 4 Transfer from Tri-Slotc College. SCHULTZ, Leo C— Greenwood, Ind. 8 S , Building Industry 20th Century Builders 1,2,1,4, SCHULTZ, Richard G. Evonston III. 8 S fi A Monogemenl, 8elo Theto PI. Tronsfer liom the University of Illinois. SEIFERT, Dorothy M. Denver 8 F A . Interior Design, Delta Gamma President 3, Delta Gommo, Spanish Club, Dudes ond Domes 2, WSC 3, WAA. Ponhellenic Council 3, Porokects 1, Men- tors SELLERS, David A. Denver 6 S , Civil f ngineering, Sigma Alpho Epulon. SSCE SEND, Richard H. Chicogo, III. fi A . Humomtiei Areo. Phi Kappa. Newman Club Transfer from University of llhnois. SHAW, Lilo L. -Lokewood, Colo 8 F A , Interior Design. Gommo Phi Beta Vice President 3, President 4 Gommo Phi Beta 1,2.3,4, Sec- retary 2, President 3, Doubers 1,2.3, Mortor Board 4, Who ' s Who 4. Delto Phi Delto 3.4, Porokeets 2,3, Mentors 3; Homecoming Queen Attendant 3, Student Orgoniiolioni Committee 2, Assemblies Committee 1; Women ' s Student Council 4, AWS SIEGRIST, Robert L. -Denver 8 S B A , Business Management, Sigmo Phi Epsilon. IFC 4, Delta Sigmo Pi 3,4. Intercollegiote Knights 3,4. Ski Club 1,2,3 4, Collegiote Chamber of Commerce 3,4, Senior President Buiod School. SMITH, Borr N., Jr.— Boise, Ido. 8 S 8 A . Insurance. Sigma Chi. Insurance Club Tronsler from Boise Junior College SMITH. Donna L. Lodge Pole, Neb. 8 A , Music f ducotion. Koppo Oe (a WAA 2,3, Secretary 2, Ice Skating Club 2,3, Ski Club 2,3,4; Mentors 3,4, A Coppello Choir 2,3. Tronsfer from Stephens College SMITH, James W, Denver fi A , Journalism, Independents. President 4, rntercollegiole Knighls 2,3,4, Ckirion 2,3; Col- legiate Chomber of Commerce 3,4, Tronsfcr from Bishop College. 341 SENIOR ACTIVITIES SMITH, Winfred A. — Denver B.A , Psychology, Independents. SNEBERGER, Thomas M. — Anoconda, Mont. B.SBA., Hotel and Restaurant Management, Tau Kappa Bpsilon. Treosurer 3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4; Hotel Society 1,2,3,4; Secretary-Treosurer 2, Social Chairman 1, Junior Hoteimen of America 1,2,3; Treasurer 2, Ski Club 2; Delta Sigma Pi 2 3 4 Intercollegiate Knights 3,4; IFC 4; Board of Publica- tions 3,4 SNOE, Ernesf G. — Chopita Park, Colo. B.S B.A., Retailing, Delta Sigma Pi. Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 4 Tronster from University of New Mexico. SOLLENBERGER, Jean A. — Westfield, N. J. B A Pre-Social Work, Independents. SCA 3,4; ' Ice Sk ating Club 3; Student Social Work Associo- tion 4. Transfer from Union Junior College. SPARGO, Luella M. — Denver 8 A , Religious Education, Sigma Kappa. President 4 Sigma Kappa 2,3,4; Treasurer 2, Isotopes 1,2; Secretory 2,3, Ski Club; Historian 1, Alpha Lombdo Delto 1 Porakects 3 Mentors 3; Vice President 2, MSF 2,3; SCA 3; UNESCO 4; May Day Princess 2; Who ' s Who 4; WSC 3,4, AWS, Board of Governors. SPENCER, Vincents. — Hobort, Ind. 8 S 8 A General Business, Delta Sigma Pi Sponish Club 1, Collcgiote Chamber of Commerce 2,3; Delta Sigma Pi, Independent Association 2. Transfer from Augustono College. STARNER, Joy R. — Billings, Mont. B A , Socio ogy, Oe (o Zeta Mentors 4 Co-Choirman 4, YM-YW 3,4; Secretary 3, Re- ligious Council 3,4; A Cappella Choir 3, WSC 4, AWS. Tronster from Eostern Montono College of Education. STEPHENS, Marilyn F. — Denver 8.A , Pre-Social Work, Alpha Gamma Delta. Social Chairman 3, Alpha Gamma Delta 1,2,3,4; Pioneer Photographers 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3; Mentors 3; Home Ec Club 4 STEVENS, Nancy J. — Wheat Ridge, Colo. 8 A Social Science Area, Kappa Delta. President 4, Treasurer 3, Koppo Delta 1,2,3,4; FTA 1,2,3,4; Porokects 2,3; Treasurer 4, WSC 4, AWS; Mortor Board 4; Who ' s Who; Mentors 2. STRAW, Loren L.— Kirksville, Mo. B S , Administrative Engineering. SSAdmE 1,2,3,4, Tou Beta Society 4. Transfer from the University of Utoh. STUFF, Patricia J. — Pcio, III B.S., Chemistry, Kappa Delta Vice President 3, Kappa Dclto, Mu Beta Kappa 2,3,4; Or- chestra 2; A Cappella 2; Activities Chairman 3, AWS; Sec- retory 3, Dorm Council, Madrigal Singers 4; Secretary A S 4; Secretory 4, Student Union Board of Governors, Americon Chemical Society 2,3; Children ' s Theater 2. Tronster from Coc College. SWARTOUT, Elbert G. Troy, N. Y 8.5 B A , Personnel ond Industrial Relations, Delta Sigma Phi. Personnel Club Transfer from Russell Sage College. SWENSEN, Elsie E. — Denver — T — TABOR, Beverly — Superior, Neb. 8 A , English, Pi Beta Phi. Spanish Club 3; Dorm Council 3,4; Kappa Delto Pi 3,4. Transfer from Nebroska State Teachers College. TALWAR, Madan M. — Delhi, India 8 S , Electrical Engineering. President Cosmopolitan Club, AlEE; UNESCO. Transfer from Stonford University. TARMAN, Phyllis J. Denver B.A., Psychology. Alpha Chi Omega. Secretary 3, Coed Journalists 3,4; Society Editor 3, Clarion 2,3 Mentors 3, FTA 2, Rush Captain 2, President 3, Alpha Chi Omega 1,2,3,4; Panhellenic Council 2,3; WSC 3. TEDMON, Clark C. — Pueblo, Colo. B.A., Architecture. FTA, ASA Transfer from Woodbury College. TEEL, Norman G. — Bremerton, Wash. B S B.A., Management. " D " Club; Track 3. Transfer from Olympic College. TEWELL, Raymond D. — Denver B SB A , Retailing, Alpha Tau Omega. Ice Skating Club 1,2,3,4; Intercollegiote Knights 2,3,4. THOMPSON, Nathan D. — Englewood, Colo. 8. A., Music Education. FTA; Music Educators ' National Conference; University Band; Koppo Kappa Psi; Phi Mu Alpha. TOLIVER, E. Jone — Fort Collins, Colo. 8. A,, Radio, Theta Sigma Upsilon. Zeta Phi Eta 3,4; Radio Guild 3,4; Ice Skating Club 3. Tronster from Colorado State College of Education. TOMLINSON, Warren L. — Fruita, Colo. 8 A , Political Science, Acacia. ODK 3,4, President 4, Acacia 1,2,3,4; Men ' s Press Club 2; Collegiate Chamber of Commerce 2; Board of Publicotions Award, ISC 2,3,4; Campus Commission 2,3,4; Board of Pub- licotions 2 3 4; Deans ' Advisory Council 3,4; Academic Council Representative 3; IFC 4; Sports Editor 1, Editor 2,3, Kynew.sbok; Clarion Editor 4; Lion-ot-the-Month 4. TONA, Carmen J.— Buffalo, N. Y. 8 A , Radio Area, Theta Simga Upsilon. Choirmon 4, DU Amateur Radio Club 3,4; AIEE-IRE 2,3,4; Tou Beto Society 4; Engineers ' Carnival Committee; Engi- neers ' Doy Committee. Transfer from University of Buffalo. — u — USHER, William M. — Sal B.S. 8. A., Airline Managemt Collegiate Chamber of Commeri Transfer from Konsas Wesleyan a, Kon. If, Alpha Kappa Psi. VARTULI, Joseph A. — Witherbee, N. Y. B S B A , Monogemenf, Independents. Transfer from Champloin College. VINNOLA, Anthony J. — Wheotridge, Colo. 8 A , Physical Education. FTA 4; Football 2,3. Transfer from University of Santa Cloro. — W — WALKER, Glenn M. — Hermosa, S. D. 8.S.8.A., Accounting. Alpha Kappa Psi 3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 4; Collegiate Chomber of Commerce 3,4. Transfer from Colorado University. WALLACE, Arthur W.— Colorodo Springs, Colo. 8 S , Mechanical Engineering. ASME 3,4. WALLACE, Gydo B. — Denver 8 A , Socio) Science Area, Alpha Xi Delta. Sponish Club 1; FTA 4. WARTBURG, Arthur F., Jr.— Denver 8. A,, Chemistry. Delta Chi. WASHBURN, Richard R. — Stevensville, Mich. 8 S B A , Building Industry, Alpha Kappa Psi. 20th Century Builders 3,4; Treosurer 4, Collegiate Chom- ber of Commerce 3,4. Transfer from Ferris Institute. WELTER, Phillip H. — Wotertown, S. D. B F A-, Advertising Design, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Track 4 Transfer from South Dakota University. WENDT, Charles R. — Berthoud, Colo. 8 S , Sanitary Sc Sigma Sigmo Ajpha Sigmo Phi Epsilon. Transfer from Colorado A M. WEIKHORST, Mark C— Potter, Neb. 8 SB A , Accounting, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Rush Choirmon 3, Historian 4, Tou Kappo Epsilon; Intercol- legiate Knights 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretory 3, Secretary 4, Alpho Koppa Psi 2,3,4, Treosurer 3, Collegiate Chomber of Commerce 1,2,3,4, Clarion 4. ROTC 1,2,3,4; All-S chool Social Choirmon 4, Student Activities Choirmon 4; ISC 4; Colendar and Certifications Committee 4; Academic Coun- cil 4; Commerce Commission 4; Homecoming Committee 4; May Doy Committee 4, " D " Club Dance Committee 4; As- semblies Committee 4. WILCOX, John T.— Denver 8. A., Social Science Area, Beto Theta Pi. Ski Club 1,2; Secretory 2, Alumni Secretary 3, House Mon- oger 4, Beta Theto Pi 1,2,3,4. WILHITE, Imogene— Denver B.A , Spanish, Pi Beta Phi. President 2, Junior Advisor 3, Senior Advisor 4, Alpha Lombdo Delta 2,3,4; Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Poro- keets 2,3,4; Historian 2, AWS; Sponish Club 2,3; Pioneer Players 2; Treasurer 3, French Club 3; WSC 2,3,4; Phi Sigma Iota 3,4; Mentors 3; Mu Phi Epsilon 4; Modrigol Singers 3,4; Chamber Orchestra 3,4; A Coppello Choir 2,3; University Chorus 2,3. WILINSKI, Edwin J.— Mosinee, Wis. 8. 5.8. A., General Business, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Collegiate Chamber of Commerce; Intercollegiate Knights. Transfer from the University of Wisconsin. WILLIAMS, Joe C, Jr. — Nashville, Tenn. B.A., Architecture. President 4, ASA; Intercollegiote Knights. Tronster from Vonderbilt University. WILLIS, Glenn R. — Denver 8. 5., Electrical Engineering. AlEE. Transfer from Compton Jr. College. WILSON, Edwin R. — Colorado Springs, Colo. B 5 B A , Hotel and Restaurant Management, Phi Delta Theta. Alpha Kdppo Psi. Transfer from Colorado College. WILSON, John H. — Meridian, Miss. B5B A, Hotel ond Restaurant Management, Alpha Tau Omega. President 4, Alpha Tou Omcgo 3,4; Junior Hoteimen of America 3; Hotel and Restaurant Monogement Society 3. Transfer from the University of Wisconsin. WISE, Robert M. — Denver 8. 5. 8. A,, Finance, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Scobbord and Blade; Phi Chi Eta. WITSELL, Rosa— Denver 8 A , Home fconomics. Pi Beta Phi. Treosurer 3, Porokeets 1,2,3; Mentors 3; Home Ec Club 2,3,4; Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4; Panhellenic Council 4; Sigmo Chi Rodeo Queen. WITTE, Richard V. — Carroll, lo. 8, 5. 8, A., Hotel and Restaurant Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Aquod. Transfer from the University of lowo. WOLF, George R. — Denver 8.5., Civil Engineering. Vice President 4, SSCE 2,3,4. Transfer from Capitol University. WOLF, Robert L. — Fort Morgan, Colo. 8 5 8.A , General Business Personnel Club 4, Collegiote Chamber of Commerce 3. Transfer from Colorado University. WOOD, Eugene D. — Denver B.S , Mechanical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. ASME 4. WYGANT, Lloyd B. — Ashlond, Ohio B 5 8 A , Hotel ond Restaurant Management. Treasurer 3, Hotel and Restaurant Society 2,3,4; Vice Presi- dent 4, Junior Hoteimen of America 3,4. Transfer from Ashland College. — Y — YEHLE, William N. — Colorado Springs, Colo. 8.5., Civil Engineering, Independents. SSCE 2,3,4; Vice President 4, Dudes and Domes 2,3,4; C Vice President 3. Transfer from Colorado A M. YOUNG, Alfred L. — Mmot, N. D. B.S.B A., Accounting. Beta Alpha Psi; Deans ' Advisory Council. Transfer from Mmot State Teachers College. YOUNG, Donald A. — Billings, Mont. 8 5. 8. A., Advertising. Advertising Club; Secretary 4, Alpha Delta Sigma 4. Transfer from Eastern Montono College of Education. — z — ZEPP, Glenn J. — Emmaus, Po. 8 S-, Airline Management. School of Aeronautics. ( INDEX — A— Abbiali, Thaodora, isa. Abal, Floianca, 172. Ackarman, Paliy, », 27S. Acoila, Johnny, 40, 1««, 852. Adams, Bavarly, 69, Mt, 149, 246, !7a, 2ai. Adams, Vincanl, 69, 223. Adcock, Frank, 283. Addami, Jaan, 155. Addams, Maiy, 155, 311. Adiaspargat, Edwin, 69, 175, 189. Agosli, Lino, 69, 175, 191, 268. Aharn. Robait, 1(8. AHern, William. 198. Ahians, Maiy, 69, 168, 169. Airoio, Rita, 69. Aiton, Juna, 48, 160, 273. Aldan, John, 235. Aldan, Patricia, 161. Alanius, Gunnar, 230. Alexandar, Joan, 149. Alaxandar, Sidnay, 27. 269. Alazandra, Jaan, 155. Al ' Habaab, Abdul, 27, 69. 242, 269, 280. Allan, Batty, 40, 246. Allan, Bob, 69, 223. Allan, Claira, 162. Allan, Dala, 69. Alan, Ernastina, 159. Allison, Gordon, 69. Allison, Jack, 29. 30. 36, 46. 297. Allipach. Howard. 48. 186, 187. Almon. Winston, 69. All. Ernaat, 232. AlZaidy, Ali, 69. Amen, Rowana J., 147, 154, 307. Amichaux, Paul, 200. Amman, Alvin, 69. Amy, Elisabeth, 33 Andarias. William, 268. Andersen, Bill, 203. Andersen, Margy, 149. Anderson, Bernard, 180. Anderson, Earl, 836. Anderson, Emil. 56. Anderson, Evans, 875. Anderson, Jim, 186. Anderson, Kenneth, 198. Anderson, Leon, 800. Anderson, Robert, 69. Andree, Betty. 56. 251. Andres, Larry. 112. Andrews. John. 40. 208. Angelini, Joe, 69. Angall, Otis, 69 Arack. Mary, 69. Arack, Paul, 69. Archibold. Robert. 69. 838. Archuleta. Una. 848. Argabright, Parry, 69. Armour, Alan, 48, 201. Armstrong, Jamas, 70, 854. Arnold, John, 38, 197. Arnold, Mariorie, 813. Arnold. Mary J.. 171, 817. 878. Arnold. Otto. 198. 193. Arnold. William, 855. Aipinall. Ruth J.. 4«, 161. 816, 873, 893. Aspinwall. Donald. 188, 838. Aipinwall, Jean, 832. Atherton, Richard, 184. Atkins, William, 203. Atkiruon. Harold, 240, 246. 893. 897. Atwill. Edward. 198. Augustan. Waller, 178. Aumillar, Charles, 266. Austin, Danny, 198. Austin, Seymour, 184. Aylor, Joycelyn, 277. Am, Abdul, 56. Babcock. Harvard. 70. 230. Babcock, Sally, 48, 170, 272, 873. Baca, Dolores, 56, 862, 293. Bear, Joe, 270. Baer, Robert. 199. Bailey. Harold, 70, 221, 235, 854. 888. Bailey. Jack, 70. Baker, Maridona, 884. 851. Baker, Velda, 56, 843. Bakr, Tahsin, 70, 219. Baldwin, Gene, 286. Ball, George, 80. Bellinger, Florence. 70. 164. Bellinger. William. 70, 184. Banghart, Joann, 843, 254. Bannock, John, 70, 243. Barber, Arnold, 70, 808. Barbour, William, 226. Barlow, Kenneth, 70, 201. 222. Barnaby, Mary, 40. Barnes, John, 248. Barnes, William, 208. Barnhart, Charles, 813. Barnicoal, William, 188. Barnwell, Mae, 70, 819. Barr, Carmen, 56, 158, 873. Barralt. Clilford, 86, 38. Barrow. Larry, 875. Ban, Maurice, 70, 891. Bassalt, William, 70. Bast, Glenn, 284. Bales, Robert, 226. Batman. Thelma. 70, 286. Baublits, Donald, 70. Bauer, Beverly. 146, 155, 157, 224. 262. 286. Bauer, Yvonne, 155, 217, 251. Baxter, Lavern, 222, 890. Baxter, Lee. 70. Beaber, Jamas, 70, 208. Beaber, Janet, 151. 878. Beagle, Ralph H., 70, 175, 181. 856, 271. Beetd, Jeen, 70. 891. 895. Beauchamp. Eugene. 118. 837. Beever, Georgia, 148, 868. Bechlold, Mary, 870. Becker. Welter. 70. Beeler, Aide, 147. I6«. Beeler, Barbara, 168, 873. Beeler, Joseph, 800. Behrendeson, Donald, 87, 70, 189, 869. Beier, Harold, 70. Baister, Deilena, 150. Ball, Campion, 81. Band, Joyce, 70. 158. 159. 884. Bendekoric, Barbara, 70. Bender, Harold, 70, 847. Benedict. Henry, 70, 246, 875. Benesh, Gordon. 893 Benham. Clayton. 136. 874. Benight, William, 70, 187. Bennett, Carl, 70. Benton, William, 48. Berg. Howard, 193 Berger. William, 196. Bargh. Edna. 843. Berglund. Calvin. 837. Bergman. C. William. 859. Bark, Robert, 805. Berkowiti. Eleanor. 850. Barkowili. Jerome. 296. Berman, Richard, 70, 243, 278. Balnson, Elmer, 70. 223. Berry. Frank, 70, 295. Berry, William, 56. Bess. Corwin, 178. Best, Florence, 155. Beulhel, Donald, 70, 206, 274. Bickford, Frederick, 219. Bicknell, Robyn, 278. Biega, Michael, 291. Biegen. Stanley. 204. Bildstein, Rodger, 186. Billen, Bill, 239. Billings, Corkey, 186. Binder, Edward, 218. Binder, Ernest, 264. Bisbae, Verle, 70, 197. Bishop, Norman, 820. Bissall, Richard, 70. Black, H. L., 40. Black, Patricia, 253, 264. Black, Rose, 262, 264, 870, 898. Blackball, William, 800. Blackwall, Nancy, 289. Blair, Warren, 98. Blanchard, Helen, 284. Bledsoe, Patricia, 286. Bleser, Betty, 146, 164. Bleser, MacDonald, 70. Blevins, Clillord, 24, 38, 39. 40, 202. Blodgett, Emmett, 45. Blomberg. Kathryn. 88, 40. 818. Blumenlhal, Florence. 71. 157. 178. 218, 824, 263, 267. Boatrighl. Marjorie, 147, 244, 273. Boa. Albert, 126. Boeh, Elmer, 209. Bogadi, George, 71, 206, 207. Bogart, Donald, 71. Boga. Charles. 56. Boland. John. 254. Bolin. Lao. 201. Bollinger, Ralph, 264. Bolti, Earl, 71, 128. Bolts, Jon. 128. Bombarg. Thomas, 71. 197. Bomgardnar, Robert. 193. Bondy. Alphamae, 238. Bondy, Donald, 71, 809, 838. Bonebrake, Bonnie. 148. 166. Boner, Herry, 71, 198. Booker, Donna. 56. Booth, Kathryn, 155. Boose. Jemes. 188. Booser. Betty. 71. 146. 147. 171, 865. BorgstadI, Willard, 71, 830. Borstadt, Barbara. 311. Bottoms, Mary, 148. Bottone. Yvonne. 151. 873. Boucher, Pnscilla. 71, 148, 149. 887. Boulware. James. 71. Bounds. Irien. 846. Bouske. Jenel. 40. 898. Bovard. Marion. 56. 146, 168. 173. Bowen. Gwen, 71. 168. 846. 265. Bowen, Lloyd. 867. Bowen. Relph. 192. Bowen, Wanda, 31, 71. 146. 148, 149. 268. Bower. Gloria. 159, 843. Bower. Joyce, 71, 159, 843. Bower, Lloyd. 876. Bowlartd. Harry. 71, 813. Bowra. Murlene, 40, 159. Boxbaiger, JoAnn, 48. Boxer, Robert, 266. Boyle, William, 40. Bradbury, Mar|orie, 889. Bredlord, Gerald, 71. Bragg, Wilson, 71. Branch, Charles, 135, 880, 836. Branch, Parker, 198. Branch, Thomas, 198. Brand, Horace, 226. Brannan, Pat, 162. Biatlan, Cornelia, 56, 884. Bratlen, Jack, 284. Brallen. Marilyn. 40. Braukman. Ernest. 800. Braun, Franklyn, 196. Braun, Richard, 208. Bieaux, Roland, 134. Branden, Carolyn, 150. Branman, Albert, 230, 231. Biennan, George, 133. Brassier, Devid, 231. Breternltl, David, 56, 236, 844. Braltell, Thomas, 809. Bretthauser, Gilbert, 184. Brewer, David, 87, 132, 179, 236. Brewer, William. 71. Brewster, Lawrence. 256. 276. Brickall. Arthur. 71. Bricker. Donna, 71, 150. 151. 818. 224. Bridges, Gene, 200. Briggs, George, 296. Brink, Marion. 72. 169, 238. Britlan, Peggy, 167. Brock, Thomas, 64, 72, 269. Broderich, John, 201. Broderion, Thelma, 156. 217. 272. Bronelle. Jeannine. 72. 146. 165, 224. 267. Bronson, Paul. 186. Brott, Robert, 242. Brown, Austin, 31. Brown, Denis, 203. Brown, Dorothy, 56, 148. 224. 272. Brown. Irma. 298. Brown. Harold, 72. Brown, Jamas, 209. Brown, Jim. 283. Brown. Joseph. 213. Brown, Joseph H., 256, 286. Brown, Kenneth, 209. Brown, Paul, 56. Brown, Richard, 197. Brown, Robert, 45. Brownhill, Donald. 890. Broyles. Cecil, 78, 281, 291, 295. Bruce, Jack, 78. Brugger, George, 85, 178, 179, 190, 868. Brunts, Fred, 281. Brush, Rey, 239. Bryenl, Theodore, 56, 188. Bucher, Magnus, 186, 840. Buck, Charlene, 813. Buckels, Marvin, 78, 259. 297. Buckingham, Shirley. 889. Buckley. C B., 830. Buckminster, Lois. 158. Bullock, Noel, 813. Bunger. William, 860, 867. Burch, Lou, 58, 56, 167, 863, 873. Burden, John, 187. Burdick, Joan, 280. Burg, Raeann, 40, 850. INDEX Burger, William, 274. Burgess, Donald, 122. Burk, Jewell, 184. Burke, Arthur, 201. Burke, Edward, 187. Burns, Barbara, 40. Burns, James, 72. Burnside, Barbara, 46, 48, 146, 161, 215, 216, 217, 224, 273. Burrilt, Sue, 32, 171, 287. Buroughs, Leslie, 296. Burstyn, B. L., 290. Burlon, John, 192. Burlon, William, 72, 184. Busch, Carrol, 264. Busey, Joanne, 48, 163. Bush, Paul, 303. Bush, Thelma, 40, 149, 163. Butefish, Beverly, 48. Bulefish, Jack, 187. Butler, Betty, 40, 160. Butt, James, 184, 231. Buxton, Robert, 199. Buxton, Wilford, 198, 199. Cain, Harvey, 72. Caldwell, Kenneth, 72, 203. Calkins, Frank, 26, 28, 72, 223, 295. Callan, Anna, 40. Callihan, Collis, 72. Campbell, Alexander, 39, 40, 177, 212. Campbell, Sally, 160, 161, 262, 272. Candland, Shelby, 214. Cann, Dolores, 72, 163, 283. Cantrell, David, 72, 202, 246. Canlrell, Paul, 72. Canty, Beverly, 40, 235. Cape, John, 285. Caple, John, 72. Card, James, 72. Card, William, 189. Carey, Lee, 284. Carline, Donald, 56, 128, 175, 187, 236, 274. Carlisle, Steven, 189. Carlson, Glenn, 72. Carlson, Harold, 296. Carlson, La Via, 72, 259. Carlson, William, 72. Carlzen, Beverly, 171, 273. Carney, Jay, 290. Carpenter, Mary K., 225, 262, 263. Carpenter, Willard, 199. Carr, Dorothy, 52, 53, 169, 262, 273. Carr, Vernon, 290. Cairillo, Manuel, 72, 220. Carroll, Calvin, 72, 180, 181. Carson, Beverly, 168. Cart, Margaret L., 150, 216, 217, 268, 273. Carter, Loretta, 294. Carter, Nannetle, 56. Carter, Revea, 157, 294. Carter, Ruth, 56, 146, 155, 262, 273. Carver, Jack, 199. Case, Larry, 189. Casey, William, 176, 177, 179. Cash, Donald, 57, Cashin, Marguerite, 57, 169, 173, 224. Cass, Douglas, 200, 221. Catohur, Jane, 297. Caulfield, Farlin, 56, Cavaleri, Catherine, 48, 147, 172, 268. Cavarra, Lillian, 268. Cazier, Arden, 31. Cecil, Everett, 223. Cenkovich, Helen, 160. Chabot, Paul, 190, 213. Chai, Calvin, 112, 128, 200, 236. Chaim, Evelyn, 72, 215, 224, 246. Chambers, James, 200, 221. Chambers, Patsy, 72, 99, 168, 251, 265, 272, 273. Chambers, Richard, 72. Chapman, Elbert, 201. Chappel, Mark, 214. Charvonia, Ronald, 250. Chase, Blaine, 186. Chase, Joanne, 72. Chase, Wendell, 186. Chenoweth, Carol, 32, 46, 48, 98, 146, 153, 224, 233. Chenoweth, John, 72. Cherrington, Ben, 20. Chetelat, Larree, 48. Cheuvront, Robert, 235. Childres, Marvin, 183. Chin, Walter, 40. Chitayat, Anwar, 205, 222. Chmielewski, Bernard, 72. Choitz, Marcel, 275. Chorley, Patricia, 153, 253. Chow, Wah, 122. Choy, Edmund, 182. Chrisman, Ralph, 72. Christensen, John, 48. Christensen, Robert T., 243. Christian, Doom, 72, 202. Christian, Wayne, 228. Christiansen, Howard, 189. Chuich, Dorothy, 157, 294. Church, Billie, 242. Churchill, Louanna, 57, 158, 159, 273. Ciarlo, Thomas, 72. Clagelt, John, 232. Clapper, Donald, 271. Clark, Albert, 57, 219. Clark, Harvey, 72. Clark, James E., 72, 185, 203. Clark, Mary Lou, 154. Clark, Roy, 175, 208, 209, 246. Clark, William, 213. Clay, Charles, 40. Clayton, George, 291. Cleese, Phillip, 41. Clement, Charles, 203. Clennon, Richard, 57, 200. Close, Fred, 179. Clowes, Margie, 294. Coates, Willis, 72, 182, 268. Cobrin, Lillian, 156, 250. Cochran, Halcyon, 57, 169, 262. Cochrane, Richard, 73. Cohen, Charles, 175, 195. Cohen, Frances, 156. Cohen, Louis, 73, 194, 250. Coker, James, 73, 219. Coleman, Ben, 73, 132, 236, 246, 274. Coleman, Charles, 73, 187, 305. Coleman, James, 23, 24, 53, 57, 132, 186, 236, 274. Coleman, Laura, 73, 246. Coleman, William, 202. Coles, Mary Carol, 272. Coleslock, Elmer, 73, 234, 296. Collelt, Mary, 213. Collins, Dorothy, 225. Collins, Marie, 246. Collins, Phillip, 268. Collis, Gerry, 112, 236. Colpitis, Everett, 73, 198, 199. Comstock, Lyie, 73. Conahan, William, 73. Conant, David, 202. Conder, Marjorie, 73. Condron, Barbara, 249. Conn, William, 73. Connell, John, 268. Connelly, Elizabeth, 73, 241. Connors, Thomas, 73. Conrad, Carl, 199. Conroy, Winslow, 33, 73, 98, 99, 187. Conway, Kent, 279, 291. Cook, Barbara Lee, 153, 161. Cook, Barbara L., 73, 151. Cook, Kenneth D., 73, 185. Cook, Kenneth M., 63. Cook, Lester, 178, 196, 230. Cooley, Paul, 73. Coop, Beryl, 73. Coop, Charles, 26, 63, 74, 181. Cooper, Gordon, 112, 236. Copley, R. Evans, 240. Coppel, Claude, 194. Coppom, Max, 200, 201. Corah, Harold, 74, 283. Corbetl, Josephine, 74. Cordes, Leonard, 238. Cordova, Paul, 74, 191. Cory, Robert, 74, 198. Cotter, Margaret, 165. Cottrell, Donald, 26, 74, 219, 278, 295. Counterman, Donald, 74. Court, William, 122. Couzin, Ellen, 74. Covault, Margaret, 3U. Cover, James, 41, 186. Cowden, Norman, 236. Cox, Carol, 57, 282. Cox, Lynn, 74, 184. Coy, James, 73, 296. Coy, Ralph, 74, 284. Crabb, Samuel, 48, 201, 260. Crabbe, Thomas, 74, 219, 278. Craig, Dean, 48. Craig, Earl, 226. Ciaig, Myran, 237. Craig, Ruth E., 27, 63, 74, 166, 225, 263, 272, 273. No 74. Crandell, Elizabeth, 57, 168, 169. Crandell, Richard, 74. Crane, Jesse, 200, 201. Cresap, Mercer, 134, 179, 180, 230. Crider, Kenneth, 74. Crist, William, 130, 135. Crockett, David, 63, 226. Croley, Hugh, 284. Cross, Charles, 45, 182. Crowder, Eleanor, 74, 168, 224, 265, 293. Cruse, Joseph, 266. CuUen, William, 179, 296. Cunningham, Joan, 48. Cunningham, Leora, 215, 217, 242. Cunningham, Mary, 154. Cunningham, Robert, 231. Curd, James, 74, 261. Curry, John, 197. Cusick, Claire, 27, 74, 179, 197, 237, 269. Custard, George, 295. Custy, Donna, 41. Richard, 291. Dallas, Robert, 181. Dalton, Leo, 74. Dalton, Louis, 223. Dalton, Thomas, 57, 285. Daniels, William, 74, 268. Darley, John, 213. D ' Ascenz, Ronald, 267. Daugherty, Frank, 184. Davenport, Orville, 74. Davidson, Billy, 57. Davidson, Marie, 74. Davidson, Rosemary, 74, 173. Davies, Berwyn, 136, 188, 236. Davies, Stanley, 25, 29, 30, 74, 185, 202. Davis, Charles D., 57, 237. Davis, Charles K., 29, 30, 74, 261. Davis, Cherry, 173, 241, Davis, Dent, 218. Davis, Edward, 48, 222. Davis, Floris, 31, 48, 233, 272, 298. Davis, Frederick, 192. Davis, Louis, 181. Davis, Robert, 74. Davis, Rodman, 57, 226. Dawson, Sonya, 48, 215, 268, 272. Day, Don, 128. Day, Frederick, 196. Day, Howard, 74. Day, James, 231. Day, Robert, 23, 24, 27, 64, 74, 187, 269, 274, 279. DeBerry, Dennis, 41. DeBont, Marlene, 48, 162. DeBroder, Gordon, 41, 212, 267. Decker, Millard, 74. DeGrez, Alphonse, 248, 249, 297, Dekleva, John, 74. Delany, Lucille, 21. DeLia, Charles, 186, 237. Dellacroce, John, 74, DeLong, Richard, 57, 201, 279. Deluca, Peter, 74, 190, 191. DeMerschman, Patricia, 169. Denbo, Leo, 74, 267. Dennis, Lester, 178. Denny, Marian, 279. DePuglio, John, 241. DePuy, LoAnn, 151. DeRiso, Neil, 249. DeRosa, Samuel, 74. DeSciose, Louie, 197. DeSimony, John, 74. Deutsch, Murray, 284. DeWitt, Anagene, 57, 224, 242, 254. DeWitt, Doug, 135. Dexter, Lawrence, 75. DeZotell, Murl, 219. Dice, Jack, 33, 177. Dice, Margaret, 41. Dick, Mary, 154, Dickeran, Edward, 199. Dickie, William, 188, 226. Dickman, Joan, 147, 160, 268. Dickson, Marguerite, 41, 147, 158. Diehl, Roy, 214. Dierks, Carroll, 41. Dillenback, Louis, 52, 184. Dillon, Doris, 75, 238. Dillon, Jack, 177. Dimick, Loyd, 183. Dimmitt, Paul, 207, 246. Dion, Joseph, 75. Discher, Warren, 75. Ditolla, Eleanor, 75, 151. Doan, Leon, 204. L INDEX Do n, Roy, 290. DoUn, Calhlean, 17!. Dolan, Mylas, 190. DolUghin, Ailhut, 7i, !]«. Dolph, C«n , 41, 21!, 2A7. Donaldson, William, 232. Doonar, Jamai, 199. Doran, Jamai, 7J. Dornbarg, John, 50, 297. Dorr, Eugena, 197. Douthil, V Anna, 7S, 167, 225, 234. Doval, Call, 41. Dovar, Zana, 7. Dowell, Wilburn, 134. Downing, Jamei, 7S, 295. Downing, Waiwick, 201. Doyla, Robail, 226. Drapar, Gilbart, 34, S7. Diaa, Rotamary, 73, 131, 225. Duboii, John, 245. Dudaiitadt, Jamai, 241. Dumlar, Orvilla, 57. Duncan, Alpha, 57. Duncan, Bally, 4«, 170, 273. Duncan, Mary, 91, 160, 161, 262. Dunham, Garald, 279. Dunning, Jannia, 75, 220, 298. DuMingar, Kannalh, 193. Duilardick, Hanry, 75. Dvorak, Charles, 75, 290. Dvorak, Daaley, 41. Dwyer, Jamas, 57, 26«. Dyer, Robarl, 226. Dyar, William, 196. — E— Eagan, William, 254. Eager, Dorothy, 41. Eakin, Terry, 31, 41, 271. Eakins, George, 75, 230, 231. Eakins, Louann, 155. Early, Jamas, 168. Ebaugh, Don, 199. Eberhardt, Ilene, 57. Eddy, Kalhlaen, 241. Edenburn, Patricia, 41, 159. Edgar, Terrell, 41, 259. Edwards, Elvin, 291. Edwards. Herbert, 201. Edwards. Rich, 167. Eha, Dorothy, 226. Eha, Mary. 212, 226, 240. Eha, William. 75, 176. 286, 230, 276. Ehekircher, Jack, 75. Ehrhch, Louis, 75. Eischan, Jean, 46, 170, 241. Eisenbarg, Harold, 204, 205. Eilelgaorge, Ruth, 57, 241. Elder, Alan, 41, 203. Eldridge. Walter, 200. Elinolf, Beverly, 884. Elisha, Donald, 27, 65, 75, 126, 174, 164, 165, 837, 869. Elhol, Olho, 181. Elliott, Joenne, 57, 163, 878, 888. Elliott, Seldon, 193. Elsea, Elmer, 48. 182, 271. Elsi. Gloria, 151, 215. Emanuel, Angalo, 223. Embrey, Jack, 75. Emerson, Belli, 149, 303. Emeson, Iran, 204. Emmitl, Ranald, 180. 161. Ends, Earl, 75, 264. Engalhardt, Thomas, 268. Enslen, Robert, 831, 842. Epperson, Clillord, 76, 283. Eppich, Lois, 272. 296. Epstein, Alvin, 194. Epstein, Frances, 76. Epstein, Fred, 188. Epstein, William, 240. Erb, Audrie, 41. Eriurdt, James, 188, 837, 861. Erickson, William, 176. Erjavec, Donald, 806. " jtel, Shirley, 150 Erwin, Frances, 76. Eskanos, Mel, 195. Esser, Eileen, 76, 173. Etchevarry, Sam, 118, 221, 236. Euhus, Alfred, 247. Evans, Annette, 57, 151, 262, 273. Evans, Lemuel, 184. Evans, Richard, 202. Evarhart, Carlyle, 76, 244. Everhart, Ilene, 169. Everhart, Marjoria, 244. Ewart, John, 870. Ewer, Paul, 76, 207. Ewing, Charles, 76, 242, 291. Ewing, Robert, 235. — r— Fahey, Thomas, 76, 190, 191. Fairlamb, Charlotte, 41, 162. Fairlamb, Elinor, 262. Falk, Laurence, 179. Falkenberg, Naomi, 76. Falkler, Clarence, 76, 222. Fallander, Robert, 176. Fangman, Charles, 76, 222, 295. Fanning, Larry, 296. Farber, Patricia, 48. Farmer, Billy, 255. Farmer, Geraldine, 151. Farnsworth, Judy, 232. Farnsworth, Peggie, 146. Fats, I. Leonard, 195, 850. Fay, Jack, 179. Fay, Larry, 168. Fader, Daniel, 28. Fee, Roger, 81. Feldhamer, Gerald, 76. Felsan, Eilene. 146, 156, 273. Felli, Dean, 245. Feng, YenTsai, 297. Fenoglio, Edward, 48. Fernandas, Albert, 243. Ferrand, Eugene, 284. Ferris, Bob, 57, 201. Ferris, Greta L., 76, 157, 171, 173, 841, 264, 265. Fertig, L. Jeanne, 150. Feryok, John, 76. Faster, Dale, 176, 218, 276. Fetherston, Ben, 200. Feucht, Bill, 165. Pick, Harold, 76, 276. Field, Milton, 57. Fields, Jimmie, 76, 803. Filield, Ruth, 76. Filield, Ruth M., 841. Filer? Gerald, 806. Finberg, Donald, 134, 836, 266. Finch, JoAnn, 41, 150. Finch, William, 76. Finn, Robert, 165. Firment, Edward, 76, 230. Fishack, Howard, 196, 285. Fisher, Jack C , 186. Fisher, Jack L, 41 Fisher, Ralph, 193. Fllsell, Nancy, 155, 287. 835. Fitsgarald, James, 41. Fitlgerald, Susan, 76. Fitipatnck, Hugh, 76, 896. Fix, Richard, 34, 48, 801, 890. Flaherty, William, 175, 188. Flansburg, Beverly, 851. Flauna, Ralph, 76, 184. Flaming, Allan W , 76, 187, 237. Fleming, John M., 213. Fleming, Patricia, 41, 149. Flashman, Harry, 76. Fletcher, David, 180, 888. Fletcher, F. Noel, 76, 185. Flinn, Robert, 41. Flint, Elisabeth, 76, 846. Flora, Robert, 168. Fluke, Lloyd, 165. Foerster, Erwin, 57, 187. Foiana, Elvira, 41, 851, 266. Fontecchio, Paul, 76. Forbes, Tom, 99, 134. Ford, James, 199. Forjohn, George, 76. Forsyth, James, 76, 274. Forth, Donald, 177. Forth, Margaret, 76, 220, 898. Forwaltar, James, 76, 181. Fosbre, Frank, 76, 855. Foskel, Frank, 175. Foster, Ronald, 177. Fox, Darlene, 870. Fox, Richard, 138. Fraker, George, 188. France, Thomas, 822. Francis, Betty, 146, 150. Francis, LouAnne, 156. Frank, Edward, 205. Frants, Georgia, 170. Frary, F. Verne, 76. Fraser, Kenneth, 189. Frazee, Francis, 76. Fraier, Francis, 20 9. Freer, Richard, 235. Freedman, Herb, 31. Freedman, Selma, 76. Frehlong, Alex, 188. Freiberger, Ann, 155. Freiberger, Mary, 154. French, Unnea, 23, 25, 27, 77, 885. French, Roger, 891. French, Wesley, 31. Frerichs, Frances, 159. Frey, Anita, 57, 156, 159. Fiey, Dale, 881. Frey, F. Gene, 86, 34, 65, 77, 219. Frey, Shirley, 41, 163, 232. Fried, Gilbert, 267. Frost, Laurence, 248. Frost, Ruth E., 48, 153, 165. Frost, Walter, 77, 222. Fry, Berniece, 57, 158, 166, 263, 873. Fugata, James, 802. Fullerton, Dale, 800. Fulton, E Jeen, 57, 883. Furlong, Kenneth, 246. Furukawa, Gertrude, 77, 246. Gabel, Virgil, 34, 57. Cehagen, Gwendolyn, 41. Gahan, Altrad. 214. Ganley. Robert, 184, 239. Ganti, Shirley, 259, 297. Garcia, Joseph, 836. Gardener, Donald, 77, 184. Gardinier. John. 77, 185. Gardner, Jack, 57. Gardner, Pete, 868. Gardner, Ruth, 57, 173, 835, 238, 267. Garner, Bob, 160. Garner, George, 57. Garner, Margaret, 272. Garner, Norma, 41, 302. Gerrity, Charles, 236. Galto, Frank, 190, 191. Gaubais, George, 206. Gaudio, John, 866. Gemar, Elmer, 831. Gammell, Laurel, 46, 154, 217, 272, 292, 294. Genlsch, Alvin, 133. George, Ernest, 77, 246, 260. Gerien, Pat, 58, 167, 862, 863, 873. Gergen, Virgil, 77, 819. Gerstein, Perry, 886. Gerwin, Eileen, 147. Gesall, Robert, 814. Gholson, Jo Ann, 48, 169, 816, 235, 244, 272. Gibson, Charles, 56. Gibson, Douglas, 169. Giddings, Arthur, 202. CTeske, Douglas, 77. Giger, Harold, 77, 830. Gilbert, Pal. 850. Gilbert, William, 77, 813. Gilchrist, William, 819, 895. Gilliland, Floyd, 86, 89, 34, 54, 58, 223. Gilletl, Richard, 77. Gilmora, Richard, 166. Ginn, Wallace, 77, 206, 207, 246, 256, 275, 265. Ginsberg, Selvin, 194. Ginsburg, Norman, 204. Giraull, John, 24, 77, 169, 241, 246. Girod, George, 77. Gladem, Donavon, 164. Glaiier, Edward, 186. Gleason, Harnett, 3. 24, 27, 65, 77, 171, 224, 265, 297. Glover, Ardyce, 41, 150. Glover, William, 177, 271. Godsey, Robert, 77, 241. Goe, Donald, 174, 175, 201. Gold, Florence, 250. Goldberg, Charlene, 32, 56. Goldberg, Israel, 77. Golden, Eleine, 77. Golder, Patricia, 48, 167, 213, 243, 888. Coldfarb, Ronald, 205. Goldman, Morns, 194, 850. Goldring, Samuel, 112. Goldstein, Henry, 195. Goldy, Donald, 46. Conceives, Jose, 78. Gonialas, Edward, 830. Gonialas, Joan, 78, 846, 863, 864, 298. Goniales, Robert, 256. Coodber, Charles, 38, 56, 58, 167. Goodlriend, Donald, 850. Goodie, Richard, 76. Goodman. John, 58, 806, 827, 256. Goodman, Virgil, 76, 223. Goodnow, Robert, 246. Goodrum, Gerald, 31, 76, 188. Gooselew, Pershing, 165. Gordanier. Patricia, 269. Gordon, Etta Mae, 289. Gornbein, Robert, 76, 805. INDEX Goss, Cherie, 151, 253, 272. Golllieb, Rulh, 241. Grable, Joan, 241. Graf, Fred, 78, 223. Gral, Richard, 241. Gragg, Charles, 78. Graham, Elaine, 163, 225, 263. Graham, Frilz, 231. Graham, John, 200. Graham, Roger, 199. Grant, Janie, 168. Graves, David, 184. Graves, Paul, 78. Graves, Warren, 226. Gray, Melville, 270. Gray, Peter, 182. Gray, Richard, 113, 237. Gray, Robert, 193. Gray, Stan, 203. Greedy, Al, 135. Green, Charlotte, 311. Green, Edward, 185. Greene, William, 78. Greenslet, Edmund, 78, 198, 230. Greenspoon, Elaine, 156. Greenwald, Myra, 156. Greenwald, Robert, 78. Greer, Leonard, 218. Greinetz, Earl, 99, 195. Grey, Dale, 200. Griflin, John, 98, 114, 187, 237. Griflin, Michael, 175, 209. Griffith, Richard, 78, 291, 295. Griffiths, Thomas, 134. Grimsteder, Art, 279. Grisenti, Gloria, 78. Grogan, Harley, 78. Grosheider, Arthur, 202. Grouns, Billie, 169. Groves, Raymond, 78. Growgh, Richard, 228. Guerin, Gene, 193. Guinan, James, 31, 268. Guinea, Breg, 200. Gumuslugil, Ertugrul, 78, 223. Gunn, Orville, 78. Gunsolus, Clarence, 290. Guseman, Cecelia, 78, 170, 171, 229. Guslafson, Hildegarde, 48. Guthmann, Elsie, 165. Gutjahr, Harold, 78, 231. — H— laag. Earl, 253. Haag, Mrs. Earl, 253. Haak, Katherine, 241. Habel, Bob, 182. Hadley, Fred, 58, 219, 283. Haeger, John, 247. Haese, Herman, 213. Hagberry, Martha, 48, 228. Hageman, Glenn, 78, 230. Hageman, Patricia, 41, 150. Hagerman, Ralph, 78. Hajjo, Jomil, 78. Hakenson, William, 187. Hale, Mary, 217. Haley, Elizabeth, 163, 272, 298. Haley, Mary, 166. Hall, Ann, 99, 160, 161, 265, 272. Hall, Francos, 52, 155, 262, 273, 298. Hall, Joseph, 112. Hall, Laurice, 78, 174, 185, 256. Hall, Roberta, 78, 171, 277. Hall, William, 284. Halley, Shirley, 41. Hallock, Helen, 58, 162, 243, 262, 273, 298. Hallock, Weslyn, 78. Halper, Jackie, 250. Halpern, Stanley, 78, 175, 204, 205. Halwig, John, 196. Hammel, Warlyn, 78, 202. Hammond, Beverly, 154. Hamp, Albert, 78, 219. Hampshire, Burnham, 259. Hand, Deborah, 34, 154, 246. Handy, Thomas, 78. Hanrahan, Jack, 78, 201. Hansel, Robert, 174, 178, 179. Hansen, Dorothy, 171. Hansen, William, 286. Hanson, Dean, 179. Hanson, John, 78, 255, 268. Hanson, Sam, 122. Hardin, William, 174, 192. Hardt, Hans, 240. Hardy, Joan, 78, 160, 272. Hare, Roger, 196. Harju, Allen, 78, 290. Harkness, Shirley, 157. Harmon, Betty, 78, 164, 225, 265. Harrington, Dixie, 41, 131, 146, 272. Harris, Herman, 205. Harris, James, 79, 213. Harris, Marshall, 275. Harris, Richard, 79, 255. Harris, Robert, 49, 181, 256, 271. Harris, Theodore, 79, 130, 188, 237. Harris, William E., 136. Harris, William R., 79. Harrison, Mary, 49, 235. Harrison, William A., 284. Harrison, William P., 186. Hart, Blair, 248, 249, 275. Hartman, James, 79. Hartquist, William, 192, 193. Harvey, Doris, 216. Harvey, Sylva, 41, 147, 151, 253, 286. Hassan, Shamsi, 227. Hasstedt, Byron, 174, 182. Hassun, Abdul, 79. Hast, August, 296. Hastings, Mary, 289. Hatcher, Samuel, 21, 255. Hatcher, Willa, 29, 79, 233, 287. Hathaway, Jerome, 79. Haueter, Oscar, 213. Haueter, Shirley, 169. Haughy, Malcolm, 228. Haurin, Lorraine, 49. Hawkins, Gorman, 79. Hawley, Edgar, 79. Haworth, David, 248. Hayes, Frances, 166. Haynes, Mary, 30, 41, 171. Head, Floyd, 179. Heard, John, 291. Heath, Ralph, 79, 218. Hedges, Wayne, 276. Hedman, Ellen, 264. Hiemsoth, LaVern, 247. Helander, Robert, 202, 218. Heller, Jeannelte, 79, 246. Helvey, Nancy, 41. Helzer, Richard, 186. Hemphill, William, 79, 181. Hendershol, Fred, 23, 26, 27, 79, 223, 269, 295. Henderson, Jay, 58, 236, 278, 279. Hendrickson, Paul, 58, 188. Hengst, Don, 247. Henke, Donald, 23, 25, 27, 66, 79, 178, 203, 269, 308. Henry, Dorothy, 58, 153. Henry, Ruth, 58, 242. Herberger, Robert, 79, 219. Herbst, Eugene, 79, 275. Herder, Paul, 41. Herner, Floyd, 239. Hershberger, George, 79. Hewitt, Florence, 163. Hickerson, Sarah, 161, 251. Hidy, Verna, 24, 28, 148, 241. Hieber, Lenora, 247. Hielscher, Clayton, 79, 181. Higbee, Lynn, 209, 286. Higginbottom, Marilyn, 157. Higgins, Helen, 80. Higgs, Roger, 80, 213. Highbaugh, Otis, 80, 228, 231. Hightower, Lloyd, 80. Hill, Bill, 199. Hill, Edith, 168, 251. Hill, Helen, 264, 270, 292, 294. Hill, Jean, 168, 215, 243. Hill, John, 80, 207. Hill, Robert, 188. Hill, William, 260. Hill, William R., 80, 208, 214. Hilyard, Delmer, 29, 35. Himelgrin, Jack, 194. Hingley, William, 80, 255. Hinkle, Paula, 160. Hinman, Harold, 291. Hinsey, William, 80, 212, 270, 292. Hirsch, Alice, 154. Hilchborn, Charles, 177. Hittinger, Richard, 199. Hobbs, Constance, 168, 284. Hodapp, Dolores, 212, 267. Hoeckele, Otto, 80. Hoeme, Norma, 247. Hoffman, Patti Jo, 23, 24, 29, 32, 53, 58, 233, 238. Hoffmann, Thomas, 126. Hogan, Patricia, 80. Holbrook, Dorothy, 169. Holbrook, Eloise, 160. Holden, Patricia, 235. Holland, J. C, 80, 241, 246. Holmes, Allen, 241. Holmes, Darlene, 58. Holmes, Edward, 42. Holmes, Leo, 80. Holt, Daniel, 112. Holt, G. v., 214. Homer, Robert, 208. Hooper, Jack, 200. Hoover, Wesley, 196, 197. Hopkins, Covert, 226. Home, Charles, 230, 231. Horner, Arthur, 230. Horsley, Wendell, 80, 199. Horst, Donald, 202, 268. Horton, Betty, 80, 251. Hosea, Melvin, 80. Hough, Hugh, 189, 218. Householter, Dwight, 197. Hover, Freeman, 80. Howard, C. Lewis, 218, 264. Howard, Charles, 287. Howard, Laura, 292. Howard, Virginia, 264. Howard, Wilfred, 132, 237, 274. Howard, William, 80. Ho Glo Howell, Dean, 42, 99, 134. Howell, Fred, 98, 114. Howell, Rachel, 80. Howell, Robert, 183, 297. Howerton, Harleigh, 80, 185. Howey, Charles, 295. Howie, Joan, 157. Hewlett, Robert, 246, 278. Hoyt, Betty, 54, 58, 146, 157, 160, 161, 224, 262, 273. Hoyt, R. Barbara, 294. Hudgins, Charles, 80. Hudson, Dealt, 259, 277, 297. Huff, Robert, 80. Huffman, William, 239. Hughes, Elizabeth, 150. Hughes, James, 31, 207, 271. Hughes, Joseph, 98, 114. Hughes, Mae, 157, 212. Hugo, Thomas, 112, 200. Huizingh, John, 179. Huling, Patricia, 63, 80, 171, 243. Hull, James, 296. Hummel, Gordon, 174, 206, 207. Hummer, James,. 176, 284. Humphrey, Ray, 206. Hunsberger, John, 203. Hunt, Margaret, 29, 80, 224, 233, 287. Hunter, Barbara, 292. Hunter, Betty, 80, 151. Hunter, Bill, 80, 230. Hunter, Curtis, 292. Hunter, Wallace, 181. Hursch, Jack, 209. Hurst, William, 26, 28, 80, 219. Huskmson, Ed, 178. Huss, Glenn, 35. Hulscheson, Richard, 130. Hutsch, Jack, 227. Hycke, Alice, 42. Hyndman, JoAnn, 155. Ichikawa, Ben, 80. Idelberg, Morey, 80, 194, 250. liams, William, 260, 270, 293. Ikemoto, Gus, 246. lona, Nancy, 281. Ireland, Caroline, 246. Ireson, Beverly, 42 Israel, Marie, 49. Israel, Perry, 49. Jackson, Allen, 133, 183. Jackson, Shirley, 80. Jackson, William, 193. Jacobs, Albert, 6, 27. Jacobs, Grover, 136. Jacobs, Noral, 80, 222. Jacobson, Hubert, 26, 34, 52, 219, 79, 295. Jacobson, Loren, 80. Jameson, Lex, 49. Jamison, Francis, 80, 280. Janovick, Stephen, 80, 285. Janusz, John, 80. Januszewski, Joseph, 34, 58, 190, 218. Jarratt, Phyllis, 160, 252, 268. Jarvis, William, 185. Jelinek, Alena Mae, 80, 171, 279. Jenkins, Margaret, 58, 293. Jenni, Alfred, 81. Jennings, Paul, 23. Jensen, Harvey, 81, 226. Jensen, Marjorie, 232, 246. INDEX Jeuhnk. Jo«n, 149. Johanion, Dais, iS. Johnion. All , ai, 963, Iht, 2S0, SS4. Johnson, Baibaia, 49. Johnson, B«lly, Hi. Johnson, Bonma, 33, i . 210, 221, 224, 263, 273, 29). Johnson, Donald, 126, 247. Johnson, Dotolhy, 45. 170, 217, 273. Johnson. Elaina, 247. Johnson, Francas R., SI, 246, 2S4, 298. Johnson, Frances S., 263. Johnson, Gilbart, ii. 1S9, 246, 260, 267, 876. Johnson, Glen, 81, 180, 2M. Johnson, Homar, 81. Johnson, James, 81. Johnson. Kennelh, 81, 223. Johnion, Lane, 246. Johnson, Leo, ii, 228, 292. Johnson, Mackey, 246. Johnson, Marilyn, 37, 81, 224, 265. Johnson, Maurice, 190, 191, 213. Johnson, Mildred, 81, 146, 165. Johnson, Morey, 368. Johnson, Patricia, 38. Johnson, Peggy, 58, 155, 824, 262. Johnson, Robert, 182. Johnson, Robert T., 218. Johnson, Robert W , 49. Jnhruon, Roger, 880. Johnson, Ronald, 98, 114, 188. Johnson, Roy, 20, 38, 81, 285. Johnson, Stanley, 83. Johnson, Thano, 835. Jolivette, Byton, 876. JolhUe, Donald. 81. Jonas. Jack. 183. Jones. Barbara. 147. 169. Jones. Bob. 130. Jones, David, 813. Jones, Donald, 58, 870. Jones, Howard, 81, 193. Jones, Mariorie, 81. 243, 854, 278, 281. Jones, Richard D., 43. Jones, Richard P.. 59, 801. Jonas, Robert. 803. Jones. William. 81. Jordan. Ernest. 293. Jordan. Marna. 42. 149. Jorgensen, Gordon, 81. Joseph, Marjoria, 81. Joyce. Alice. 49. 155. 166, 268, 278. Judge, Joseph, 284. Jurgens, Louann, 154, 294. Jussel, LeRoy. 236 Jussal. Marvin, 236 — K— Kaddou, Abdul Faltah, 81, 323. Kahman, UAnn, 149 Kahn, Hans, 226. Kail, Richard. 226 Kaiian. Sidney. 81. Kalamens. Solerios. 81. 179. 234. Kail. Marilyn. 151, 273. Kamm, Kathryn, 947. Kamm, Robert, 247. Kanegaye, Jack, 82. Karamigios, Elaine, 82 Karr. Jean, 82. 25. 28. 99. 225. Karr, Ragina. 172. Karsl. Gilbert. 89. 231. Karit, Lay ton. 82. Kasch. Norman. 886. Kasik. Frank. 88. Kasman. Norma. 158. Kassab. Nagim. 83, 219, 279. Kassulke, Howard, 284. Kats, Ann. 48. 850. Kaulman, Frank. 850. Kauiman. Fred, 194. Kawano. Fred. 82 Kaysar, Kathryn, 21. Keasler, Mary, 163, 835. Kehl, Leslie. 59, 803, 287. Keith, William, 212. Kail, Joseph, 226. Keller, Amasa, 830, 231. Kelly. Uonard. 82. 819. Kelly, Maryruth, 88, 157, 884. Kelsic, Joseph, 82. Kemmerly, Jack, 848. Kendall, Barbara, 168, 863, 878. Kenham, Thomas, 302. Kenison, Roxcine, 59. Kenitz, Lorraine, 158. Kennard, Helen, 167. Kennedy, William, 281. Kent, Norton, 226. Kern, James, 188, 800. Kesselman, Jerome, 230, 831. Kester, Harvey, 288. Kelchum, Ellison, 196. Kethcart, Larry. 287. Kieler. Kennith. 82. 132. 185. Kierstein. Walter. 132. Kiesler. Barbara. 82. 150. Kilpatrick, Lewis, 82. Kimble, Dick, 237. Kimble, Marjorie. 132. Kimsey, Ezell, 83. Kimura, Shoge. 82. King. Barnard. 186. King. Harold, 59. King, Milton, 42. Kinnes, Fred, 59. 98, 201. Kirkpatrick. Elaine. 169. Kirkpattick, Robert, 88. Kithcart, Elton, 82, 209. Klaille, Peter, 260, 276. Klapp, Elsie, 344. Klatt, John, 286. Klein, David, 303. Klein, Eugene, 178, 199. Klein, Ramona, 840. Klemm, LeeRoy, 88. Klepp, Betty, 289. Klingler, Lois, 98. Knapp, Stuart, 248. Knickrahm, Robert, 98, 187. Knolei, Robert, 59, 287. Knolle, Rosemary, 59, 169, 873. Knollai, Betty, 878. Knott, Arthur, 188, 887. Knowles, Eliiabath, 49, 153, 888. Knox, Carl, 180. Knox, James, 184, 255. Knudson, Donald, 82, 218, 278, 885, 295. Knupke, Eugene. 31, 33, 82. 261. Knusel. Jack, 82, 246, 859. Koch, Lane, 186. Koch, Mary, 45. 49, 169, 916, 240, 272, 978, 279. Koehlar, LouRae, 167. Koelling, Carolyn, 135. Kolman, Frederick, 82. Kohn, Josaph, 31, 59, 130, 175, 805, !9I 917 JAA Kolbe, Novalee, 82. Koonce, Travis, 191. Koperski, Nancy. 82. 162, 163. Kordsiel, Andrew, 190. Korimeyer, Beverly, 49. Kosinski, Beinie, 168, 815. Kosinski, Betty, 163, 815. Kotar, Adele, 818. Kovar. Gordon. 88. 134, 268, 291. Koimala, Josaph, 82. Krabacher, Dame, 160, 298. Kiaber. Emanuel. 204. Krait. Delorei. 42. Krai. Creighton, 82. Kramer. Donald, 260, 867. Kramer, Leo, 818. Kramish, Danny, 204. Krebsbach, Raymond, 83, 186. Krakelberg. Robert. 59. 286. Kreniel. Joy. 226. Krieger, Kermil, 252, 371. Kroehnke, Ivan, 878. Kroenke, Richard, 375. Krogh, Bonnie, 59, 154, 346, 863. 279. Krouskup. Charlene. 241. Kube, Melvin. 82. Kuhrt, Harry. 82. Kunioka. Wallace, 49. Kuppinger, Edward, 82. Kuritani, Ruth, 82. Kurs, John, 82. Kustaloglu, Metin, 892. Kyllin, Annalee, 165. Kyle, Joan, 159. Lallerty, John, 203. Lagerlef, Don, 227. LaCesse, Francis, 88, 846. lahn, Donald, 179. Laing, M. Lenore, 858. Lamb. Beverly, 163. 868. 273. Lamb, Donna, 171. Lambert, Bonnie, 173. Lamm, Helen, 59. Lammers, Harold, 68. LaMore, Thomas, 197, 889, 283. Lampert, Edward, 175, 195. Lana, Justin, 83. 800. Undy. Bob, 855. Lannon, Jr.mes, 887. Utkey, Gerald, 193. Larned. Patricia. 148. Lartatt. Robert. 255. Larsen. Jacquie, 49. Larsen, Steven, 23, 27, 83, 99, 175, 178, 269. Urson. Alvin, 83, 231. Larson, Leonard, 192. Urson, Sally, 161. Laughlin, Betty, 83, 146, 166, 167, 225, 272. Uughlin, Marilyn, 83. Lavigne. Albert, 239. Law, Barbara, 169. Laws, Paul, 244. Lawson, Barbara, 66, 83. 160. 161. 224. 232. 862, 265. Lawlon, David, 186. Laylield. Everett, 203. Leak. Gilbart. 83. 230, 285. Lear. Jarry. 41. Uavel. John. 176. Uavel. Willaid. 17. 33. 83. 177, 169. Laavalle, Harold, 83. LeBeda. Gloria. 151. LaCain. Thomas, 182, 183. Lee, Francell, 147, 171, 186. Leenerts, Marilu. 48, 868. Leiller, Fred, 83, 343, 278, 279, 281. Leggett. Carroll, 268. Lehmtfn, John, 83. Leiiheit, Dale, 184. L - !heit. Lindy, 83, 184. Leik, Theodore, 189. Lainweber, Patricia, 42, 813. Laland, Bobby, 59, 196. LeMaster, Benjamin, 83. Lengel, Will, 800. Lanon, John, 189. Lenti, Joseph, 179. Leon, Tom, 193, 193. Leonido, Victor, 83. Leslie, Oswald, 807. Lesuer, Wayne, 83. Lets. Fred. 83. 880 Levine. Joan. 59. Levine. Ronald. 83. 194. 897. Lewis, Francis, 118. Lewis, George, 83, 880. Lewis, Harry, 83. Lewis, Lorren, 896. Lewis, Mervin, 59, 890, 896. Lewis, Robert, 385. Lewis, Robert G., 83, 803. Lewis, William, 84, 826. Liley, Jamas, 112, 128. Linck, Frederick, 318, 895. Lindel, Robert, 49, 184. Lindh, William, 185. Lindsay, Alexander, 59, 801. Linditrom, Richard, 886. Link, Fred, 878. Linn, Robert, 187. Linsemaiar, Winifred, 154. lipe, Neva, 59, 169. Little, Dorothy, 294. Little, Mary, 59, 169, 245, 268 Livingston, Marvin, 84, 213. Lockwood, Beverly, 149. Lockwood. William, 83. 27, 84, 190, 191, 869 Logan, Wilired, 830. Loggins, Barbara, 31, 59, 146, 155, 233, 262. 273. Loggins. Thomas. 52. 182. Lohmillar. Arthur. 179, 234. Umbatdi, Michael, 226 Long, Donald, 261. Long, V. Sue, 84, 170, 171, 225, 234. Lord, Nancy, 149. Lough, John, 59. Louthian. Joan. 155, 261. Love, URoy, 214. Love, Lloyd, 84. Lowery, Bruce, 59. Lowih, Joseph, 59. Lucero, Robert, 184, 185. Lucht, Ray, 98, 134. Luckenbech, Wanda. 84. 148. 173, 284. Luckey, Richard, 84, 208, 209. Luckinbill, Merle, 49. Ludington, Alan, 286. Ludwick, Mildred. 171. 263. 273. Luebke. Joyce. 49. 235. LuKanic, Bill. 84. Luke. Charlotte. 59. Luker. James. 218. Lumadue. Marvin. 84. 201. Lund. Sarah. 49. 154. INDEX Lundin, Fred, 201. Lundin, Frilz, 231. Lunerts, Marlyn, 298. Lunsford, Loyd, 255. Lupovich, Norman, 122. Luscombe, Ann, 31, 59, 149. Lull, Donald, 176, 177. Lutz, Jane, 170. Lulzens, Use, 253, 282, 298. Lyarlis, Phyllis, 84. Lynch, Charles, 84, 179. Lynch, John, 59. Lynch, Joseph, 136, 237. Lyndes, Kellogg, 209. Lyndon, Thomas, 244. Lyster, Betty, 59, 155, 224, 272, 280. — Mc— McAfee, Wayne, 86, 185. McAndrews, lona, 43, 298. McAndrews, Mary, 43, 294, 298. McBride, Ned, 86, 295. McCaffery, John, 86, 185. McCall, Glendene, 60, 146, 159. McCallin, Thomas, 86, 268. McCarthy, Bernard, 34. McCartney, Glenn, 130, 221. McCartney, Gordon, 203. McCartney, Sally, 43, 149, 212. McCarly, Ann, 86, 168, 233. McCarty, Frankie, 29, 30, 86, 233. McCarly, Harrell, 43. McCarty, William, 176. McCaw, James, 86, 200, 201. McClelland, Andrew, 199. McClelland, Robert, 86, 175, 193. McClintock, Diane, 36, 169. McClinton, Robert, 130, 220. McClura, Wayne, 99, 134. McConnell, Betty, 212. McConnell, Calvin, 27, 86, 264, 269, 270. McCormack, Denis, 86. McCornick, Howard, 256. McCoy, Charles, 189, 264. McCoy, Wilma, 153. McCraner, John K., 190. McCraner, John W., 128, 237. McCray, William, 213. McCrum, Madeline, 43. McCurdy, James, 201. McDaniel, Joan, 60. McDermolt, James, 43, 212. McDonald, David, 212. McDonald, Helen, 47, 50, 233, 263, 292. McDonald, Patricia, 50, 162. McDowell, Thomas, 291, 295. McEniry, Susan, 160. McFaddin, Warren, 86, 295. McFann, Charles, 60. McGarr, Royce, 86. McGlolhlan, John, 222. McGranahan, Joan, 170, 242, 246. McGraw, Robert J., 228, 230. McGrew, Paula, 60, 151, 215. McKee, Emmett, 86. McKee, Harold, 189. McKee, William, 243. McKenry, True, 155, 272. McKenzie, Monte, 196. McKey, Earl, 231. McKiernan, Ralph, 86. McKiernan, Harriet, 86. McKinley, Hogue, 196. McKinnon, Douglas, 122. McLaughlin, Betty, 25, 262, 263. McLaughlin, Louise, 168, 309. McMahon, Jack, 227. McMahon, Patrick, 86. McMechen, Edgar, 226. McMenamin, James, 135. McMillen, Vincent, 184, 185. McMullen, Paul, 136. McNally, John, 248. McNamara, Virginia, 86. McVey, Robert, 86, 219. — M— Macaron, Edna, 42, 153. Macdonald, Donald, 60, 198. Macdonald, Hector, 84, 198. MacDonald, James F., 84. Macdonald, Mary, 154. Macdonald, Robert, 84, 198. Machamer, Robert, 59, 207. Mackey, Earl, 178. MacMillan, Stuart, 179, 230. Madden, Janet, 168. Madden, Joan, 150. Maddock, Katherine, 168. Madsen, Else, 59, 220, 273, 298. Madsen, Harold, 180, 183. Magnusson, Arthur, 84, 222. Mahoney, Rose, 244, 277. Main, Irene, 152. Makrakis, Edward, 226. Malcolm, Darrell, 59. Maldonado, Wadel, 183. Mallory, Edward, 59, 206. Mallory, Lewis, 199. Mallot, Harry, 84. Maloney, Jack, 84, 186. Mandy, Norman, 284. Mann, Stuart, 242. Manning, Alice, 84, 171. Mapes, Ellengail, 84, 170, 171, 277. Marinoff, Catherine, 160. Marmion, Keith, 291, 295. Marshall, John, 23, 84, 174, 198. Martin, Conrad, 193. Martin, Fred, 42, 183. Martin, George D., 196. Martin, George W., 256. Martin, LeVern, 84. Martin, Richard, 84. Martin, Robert, 84. Martin, Wendell, 84, 174, 201, 280. Martin, William, 84, 201. Marlindale, Billie, 200. Martinez, Richard, 84. Masconi, George, 218. Maslin, Herbert, 195, 250. Mason, Don, 296. Mason, Eltawanda, 241. Mason, William, 42, 183. Massone, John, 84, 185, 262. Mastin, Francis, 34, 223. Mathews, Ivajean, 84, 246, 252. Mathews, Leslie, 179. Mathews, William, 285. Malney, James, 84, 178. Mato, Bud, 187. Matson, Robert, 84. Matthews, Arthur, 226. Matthews, Dorothy C, 42, 242, 254. Matthews, Dorothy E., 42. Matthews, Ora, 284. Mattila, Jacob, 84. Malza, Philip, 185. Maul, Robert, 186. Mauries, Thomas, 134. Mawhinney, William, 213. Maxwell, John, 291. Maxwell, William, 84, 243. Mayberry, Gordon, 183, 236. Mayberry, Ladine, 31, 42, 149. Maybury, Paul, 84. Mayer, Carl, 52, 59, 179. Meadows, Jack, 226. Mechling, Sally, 149, 235. Meditz, Lorraine, 268. Mehl, Jack, 33, 177. Meiklejohn, Alvin, 84, 230. Meinke, C. Ruth, 165. Meister, Gwendolyn, 166. Mel, Warren, 231. Merrick, Gordon, 42, 177, 242, 264. Merrill, Evalyn, 275. Merril, Kenneth, 275. Merry, Bill, 197. Mertes, Ray, 213. Messman, Richard, 84. Metz, Edward, 246. Meyer, Richard, 84, 182, 183. Miohals, Duane, 181. Michel, Douglas, 85, 198, 199, 261. Michler, Earl, 179. Mickler, Pete, 179. Mickelson, Thomas, 209. Middlemas, James, 213. Mihovilovich, John, 279, 281, 291. Milan, John, 85, 226. Milan, Leo, 196. Miles, Barbara, 85, 220, 263. Milholm, Dale, 85, 231. Milhouse, Edward, 252, 270. Millane, Arthur, 222. Millaway, Edgar, 248. Millay, Karen, 43, 160, 235. Miller, Amelia, 59, 169, 215, 242. Miller, Anna, 224, 228, 262, 273. Miller, Ardice, 165. Miller, Carol, 149. Miller, Dave, 130. Miller, David, 212. Miller, Dolores, 85, 155, 224. Miller, Douglas, 176. Miller, Edward, 122. Miller, Francis, 43, 196. Miller, Lillian, 172. Miller, Marilyn A., 49, 146, 216, 272, 298. Miller, Marilyn J., 59, 158, 159. Miller, Norman, 85. Miller, Peggy, 148. Miller, Ross, 280. Millican, Robert, 179. Millin, Richard, 59, 177, 296. Milman, Arthur, 135. Milner, Emmitt, 190. Milner, Rosanna, 43, 171, 292, 298. Mimmack, James, 192. Minister, Kingston, 239. Minnig, Judy, 155. Mitchell, JoAnn, 49, 146, 152. Mitchell, Richard, 193. Mitchell, Shirley, 85, 270. Miyahara, Ted, 85, 231. Modlish, John, 85, 178, 234. Mohr, Marilyn, 43. Molden, James, 85, 180, 222. Molkenbuhr, James, 221. Monaghan, Annabelle, 50, 168. Monce, Norman, 239. Mondt, James, 222, 243, 278. Monshi, Shamseddin, 59, 244. Moon, Dorothy, 85, 168. Moore, Arnold, 287. Moore, Dale, 286. Moore, Hannoria, 235. Moore, James, 85. Moore, Kenneth, 199. Moore, Louann, 85, 169. Moore, Marian, 169. Moore, Ronald, 186. Moorehead, Grand, 203. Mordecai, Daniel, 43, 293, 305. Morgan, Benjamin, 228. Morgan, Jerold, 85. Morgan, Phyllis, 294. Morimitsu, Sachi, 212. Morin, Walt, 122. Morrell, Richard, 186. Morris, Hugh, 85. Morris, Lucille, 43, 254. Morris, Roland, 189. Morrisard, James, 45, 178. Morrissey, Michael, 178. Morton, Arlen, 235. Moser, Audrey, 155. Moshek, Arnold, 184. Mosher, Nancy, 59, 170, 263, 273. Mossman, Phebe, 85. Mudarris, Nasrat, 85. Mugler, John, 85. Mulhall, Michael, 259. Mullen, Myrna, 43. Mullett, Aidan, 231. Mullins, Thomas, 256, 271. Mumma, Richard, 60, 226. Murphy, Grace, 164. Murphy, James, 85. Murphy, Rose, 155. Murray, Allen, 85, 135, 199, 264. Murray, Maurice, 198. Murray, Robert, 290. Muse, Louis, 86. Myers, Charlie, 86. Myers, Joanne, 43, 212. Myers, Lawrence, 285. Myerson, Donald, 189, 256. — N— Naeck, Johanna, 86, 240, 284. Nagata, Louise, 50. Nahmensen, Walter, 189. Nakamura, Edward, 86. Nakamura, Marjorie, 216. Nanni, Fred, 112. Nash, Claude, 86, 226. Nash, Nelda, 170. Nau, Patricia, 43. Neale, Mary, 86, 171, 225, 243, 262, 263. Neale, Roberta, 43, 171, 252. Neary, Joseph, 201. Neff, Dale, 50. Nehf, Paul, 184. Neill, Lenore, 171, 224, 2 33, 273. Nelms, Clarice, 50. Nelson, Chester, 86, 291. Nelson, Earl, 43. Nelson, Jack, 32, 43, 201, 246, 310. Nelson, Janet, 86. Nelson, King, 86, 237. Nelson, Marjorie, 212, 251. Nelson, Nadine, 63, 86, 159, 166, 167, 263. Nelson, Patricia, 150. Nelson, Robert, 248, 249. Nelson, Sam, 99, 134. Nameth, Ernest, 183. Neumann, Harry, 60. Newberry, George, 189. Newcomb, Raymond, 207. Newhouse, Ronald, 206, 207. INDEX Newman, Edward, 60, 9«l. Newman, Nancy, 1%4. Newton, Jane, 27, 67, S«, 146, 169, 265, 306 Nichols, John, S6. Nicloy, Gary, U». NiUen, Eivind, 226. Nilion, Eugene, ISS. Nilich, Dorothy, US. Noble, Kenneth. 2«l. Noble, Oran, 226. Noble, Ruitell, 2ia. Noblei, Billye, 43. Node. Takeo, (6. Noland, Erma, 216. Nonaka, Nancy, SO. Norberg, Jamei, 2IB. Norberg, Mary, 86, 162. 163. Norbury, Roy. 86. Nordby, Waller, 176. 304. Norland, James. 27, 30. 86. 261. 269. Northrup. Katharine, 22, 27, 28, 146. Nuce, Dave, 189. Nuding, Wendell, 86, 184. Nute, Thomas, 87. Oakes, Peggy, ISS. OConnell, Herndon, 87, 242. O ' Donnell. John. 63, 87, 222. ODonnell, Robert, 27, 28, 87, 174, 202. Ogden, Betty, 50, 216. 272, 298. Ohman, Robert, 261. O Kane, Regina, 23, 24, 28, 87, 148, 224. Okey. Robert, 264. Oki, Violet, 87 Okubo, Henry, 87, 222, 295. Okuno, Iwao, 87 O ' Leary. Willis, 122. Olesh, Gerald, 230 Olschansky, Edwin, 87, 284, 2«S. Olsen, Glenn, 231. Olsen. Mary, 87. 1S9. Olson, Charles, 231. Olson, Raymond. 23. 25. 27, 87, 179, 231. Olsover, George, 275. Oman, Herbert, 207. Omdahl, James, 214. Ondrusek, Richard, 296. O Neal, John, 231. Opie, Matiorie, 60, 169. 220. 264 272. Orblom, Beryl. 87. 259. Orcine, Betty. 87. 170. Ormislon, Eatle. 287. Orr. Catherine. 168. Orr, Orval, 279 Osborn, Donald, 2IJ Osborn, Esther, 149, 215 Osborn, Rexlord, 218, 295 Oskins. Meredyth. 60. Ote, Leslie. 50. Ott. Charlotte. 87. 280. Otien. Hyle, 18«. Overholt, Gene, 214, ' 239. Owens, Hugh, 290 Owens, L C , 87. Oiawa, Kaiuo, 226. Pace, Agnes, 217, 267. Pace. Jo Ann, 163, 272. Pace, Louise, 87, 286. Packer!, Marilyn, 43, 161, 221, 232. Page, Duke, 248. Page, Virginia, 45, 50, 170, 263, 275. Pagliasotii, Agnes, 242. Paige. Anson. 87. Palkowsky. Glenn. 87. 223. Palmer, Norma, 161. Pankow, Jerome, 60. Panler, Edna, 63, 87, 163, 229, 262. Parish, Frank, 87. Park, Richard, 179. Parkin. Kenneth, 88, 199. Parkins, Robert, 179. Parks, Robert, 284. Parry, Mimanell. 88, 168. Parsons, Donn, 88, 218, 295. Parsons, Paul, 112, 236. Parungo. Betty, 60, 147. 172, 262. 268. Paschall, Norman, 60, 178. Paslay, Raymond, 88, 246. Patterson, Geraldine, 23, 24, 55, 60, 160, 161, 224. 262. 273. Patlon, Pat. 187. Patly, Margaret, 151, 283. Palwhite. Joe, 208. Paulman, Lois, 173. Pawling, Robert, 196. Payne. Branson, 200. Payne, Burton, 296. Payne, Leslie, 60, 202. Payne, Robert, 208. Pearson, Donald, 182. 212. 271. Pedicord, Lester, 128, 189. Peecher, Valerie, 171, 217. 244, 252, 273. Peeples, Vera, 88. Pejasiek, Rose, 289. Pells, Betty, IS6, 250. Pellon. George, 184. Pelli, Clarence. 136. 198. Pendleton. Joseph. 274. Pennington. William. 176. Penny, E. Eileen, 60, 213, 293. Penny, Norma, SO, 88, 161. Penuelas, Marcelino, 20. Perkins, Bessie H , 23, 25, 67, 79, 160. 225. 265. Perry. Alvan, 88. Perry. LaRue. 60, 162, 163, 224, 264, 278. Perry, Robert, 291. Perschbacher, Frank, 88, 296. Parsichitte, Bob, 190 Persinko, John, 88, 285. Person, Raymond, 60, 278. Peter. Annaballe, 43, 212, 253, 264. Peters, Bud, 183. Peters. DeWilt, 43 Peters, Dons. 50, 272, 298 Peters, Mildred, 88. Petersen. Robert, 88. Peterson, Alfred, 242. Peterson, Allen, 192. Peterson, Delbett, 88. Peterson, Febian, 34, 88, 291, 295 Peterson, Joy, 152. Peterson, Max, 43 Peterson, Michael, 88. 112. 200, 269. Peterson, Willred, 163. Peterson, Winihad, 60, 215, 224, 262, 273. Petrick, Albert, I8S. Petroll, Emme, 50. 251. Pettictew, Edna, 170. Fetticrew, Mary, 163, 272 Pettijohn, Daleard, 88. Petty, Francis, 184. Pally, Harl, 187. Pew, Max, 60, 179. Plarr, Dolores, 50, 153. Ploiler, Harold, 23, 24, 67, 88, 112, 236, 269. Pfeilfer, Dagobert, 88. Pleilier, Jack, 213. Pleiller, James, 220. Phelps, Marilyn, 259, 293, 298. Philer, Gordon, 135. Phillips, Charles, 200. Phillips, Lawrence, 88. Phillips, Patricia, 61, 146. 148. 149, 173. 286. Pickett. Eugene. 88, 222 Pierson, Gene, 277. Pierson, Ronald, 88. Pierson, William, 61, 286. Plnkerton, Helen, 149. Piper, James, 193. Pitcher, Frank, 244. Pitts, William, 207. Plaul, Glenn, 203. Plowe, Elisabeth, 170, 235, 252. Plummer, Philip, 190. Pobrislo, James, 174, 196, 197, 255. Pocrnich, Anthony, 122. Poensgen, Gisbert, 240. Polk, Ins, 148, 149. Pomonis, James, 43. Pool, Frank, 247. Pool, Pat, 247. Poore, Freddie, SO. Porquis, Crispin, 61. Porter, Ardeth, 88, 146, 158, 213, 272. Porter, Norman, 176, 218. Potestio, Albert, 112. Pollers, Constance, 43, 147, ISO, 251. Potts, Ruth, 88, 227, 292. Powell, Allen, 207. Powell, Dan, 198. Powell, Darroll, 61, 218. Powell, Raymond, 50, 182, 227, 260, 267. Powell, Ward, 240. Powell, Wilburn, 236. Powers, Ted, 202. Prather, William, 181, 256, 271. Pratt, Wayne, 88, 219, 295. Pteciado, Richard, 134. Price, Welter, 190. Priebe, Margaret, 247. Pnen, Cherles, 218. Proclor, Robert, 88, 274. Proske, Ted, 61, 176. Pulver. Dean. 88. Purington. Richard. 88. 295. Puterbaugh. Marjorie. 43. 99. 221. Pyle, Donald, 276. Pyle. Merrill. 43 Ouinn, Arthur, i: Ouinn, Bud, 186. Rabiai, Nagi, 88, 222. Rabiai, Naiim, 50. Rabinoll, Donna, 88. 169. 224, 265, 279. Redding, Rylan. 231. Rademacher, John, •«, 179, 231. Ragsdale, Rachael, 61, 162, 263. Ramay, Joseph, 88. Randall, Ann, 161. Rankin, Carma, 38, 39, 43, 149. Rapp, Richard, 187. Rarick, Harold, 260, 267, 276. Rasmussan, Carl B., 88. Rasmussen, Carl K., 61. Ratclifle, Belly, SO, 216. Rallner. Leo, 280. Ray, Francis, 287. Ray. Jesse, 130. Read, Phillip, 207, 246. Rease, George, 256. Reaser, Richard. 219. Redburn. Belly. 43. Reed, Donald, 253. Reed, Eleanor, 88. Reed. Howard, 88, 222. Reeves. Lawrence. 134. Rehm. Barbara, 161. Reid, Charles, 34, 279, 291. Reilel. Edward. 180 Reifsnyder. David. 88. Rainecke. William, 193, 247. Reinen, Lucille, 148. Reinert, Margaret, 89, 164. Reinke. Arthur. 89, 285. Reinkoester, Edward. 188, 189. Retallack, Ellen, 280. Reuben, Charles, 89, 182. Reynolds. James. 43. Reynolds. Marc. 89. Rhoads, Lester, 89, 222. Rhone, Robert, 174. Rhone, Thomas, 99, 134. Rice, Carroll, 178. Rice, Calhy, 172. Rica, David, 196, 197. Rice, La Vaughn, 156, 250. Richards, Joseph, 61, 185, 234. Richards, Lloyd, 61, 185. Richards, Marion, 221. Richardson, John, 281. Richardson, Margaret, SO, 251. Richer!, Harold, 89. Richey, Eleanor, 246. Richman, Marvin, 195. Richter. Robert. 219. Richter. William. 275. Rickatd. Robert. 43. Rickards. Laurence, 33, 89, 238, 239. Riddle, Kerry, 226. Rieckholf, Bill, 264 Riede, Mariana, 154. Riedel, Ralph, 236. Rigg, Virginia, 157. Riggs, Wilma, 50, 151. Riley, Amberl, 89, 218. Rillos, Louis, 89, 112, 237. Rinehart, Bennie, 89. Risley, Allan, 200. Rixner, Alton, 226. Roach, John, 198. Roan, Philip, 192. Robb, Jeanne, 168. Robbins, Cleo, 254. Robarg. Roger, 178, 179, 230. Roberson. Belly. 38. 170. Roberts. Betty. 50. Roberts. Blodwen. 165. Roberts. Dons, 31. 89, 148. Roberts. Norvell. 89. Robertson. Craig. 122. Robertson. James C, 89. 184, 257. Robenion, James L., 89, 182, 183. Robertson. Jim. 175. " WBi iKHi.1h. ' ' i |i INDEX Roberlson, Joan, 61, 147, 162. Hoberlson, Robert, 89. Robinson, Barbara, 155. Robinson, D. Wayne, 240, 286. Robinson, Donald, 192. Robinson, Edwin, 203. Robinson, Marjorie, 264. Robinson, Robert, 264. Robinson, Virginia, 149, 167. Robison, Paul, 270, 292. Roch, Shirley, 250. Roden, Gerry, 146, 148, 149. Roedig, Waller, 240. Rogers, Donald, 206. Rogers, Evelyn, 89. Rogers, Glen, 89. Rogers, Paul, 248. Rogers, Robert, 218, 295. Rogers, Roy, 220. Rohr, Emily, 89, 168, 173, 264. Rolingson, William, 207, 264. Koll, Mary, 151. Rollert, Georgia, 50, 146, 164, 217, 263. Rollings, Betty, 50, 163. Romer, Victor, 195. Rork, John, 180. Rose, Alfred, 203. Rose, John, 89, 179, 186, 285. Rosen, Myrth, 89, 280. Ross, Barbara, 50, 167, 263. Ross, Marjorie, 50, 150, 235. Rolhmeieer, Richard, 90. Rolhweiler, George, 90, 218. Rotolante, John, 236. Rowe, Donald, 201. Rowe, Dixie, 146, 170, 171. Rowe, Vera, 90. Rowell, Flavius, 34. Rubaii, Ibrhim, 90, 219, 240. Rubin, Joyce, 156, 250. Rucker, Gayle, 63, 90. Rudolph, Shirley, 235. Rudy, William, 90. Rueb, Frieda, 242. Rueb, Paul, 242. Rumsey, Herbert, 192. Russell, Billie, 61, 185. Russell, Frances, 227. Russell, Theresa, 227. Russler, Dorothy, 173. Rulledge, Susanne, 162, 246. Rutter, Robert, 34, 218. Ryan, Jerry, 202, 203. Ryan, Richard, 186. Ryland, Edwin, 188. Sabatini, Anthony, 90. Saden, Nour, 90. Sala, Joseph, 218. Salina, Beverly, 170. Salmon, Eugene, 30, 31, 227. Salmon, Merlyn, 90, 218, 295. Salo, Jack, 122. Salzer, Syril, 194, 195. Sample, A., 93. Samuel, Norman, 214. Samuelson, Paul, 90, 227. Samuelson, Ruth, 227. Sanchez, Martin, 231. Sandberg, Elbert, 90. Sandberg, William, 182. Sandel, Wantland, 47. Sanderford, Richard, 296. Sando, Marvin, 90, 266. Sands, Kenneth, 203. Sanne, Peder, 90, 219. Sarine, Warren, 50, 197. Sauer, Gilbert, 193, 246, 284. Sauers, Robert, 200. Saul, Maxwell, 90, 226. SDum, Donald, 50, 201. Savage, Jack, 285. Savig, Norman, 212. Savig, Rusken, 201. Sayer, Helen, 149, 221. Scanlon, Bernice, 90. Scatterday, Harold, 296. Schalit, Michael, 242. Schenck, Reeder, 197. Schermerhorn, Monte, 201. Schiager, Ruth, 212. Schields, Bernice, 61. Schilling, Jeane, 61, 148, 149, 213. Schlagel, Dorothy, 150, 151, 262, 272. Schmaus, Francis, 232. Schmucker, Paul, 193. Schnnck, Theodore, 198, 199. Schneider, James, 231, 285. Schneider, Mary, 162, 268. Schoenfelder, Patricia, 170, 171, 263. Schroeder, Arlo, 180. Schroeder, Donald, 197. Schroeder, Russell, 50. Schroeder, William, 189. Schuch, Joanne, 276. Schulewski, David, 218, 240, 245. Schultz, Chloe, 147, 149. Schultz, Lee, 90, 246. Schultz, Leo, 90, 297. Schulz, Elmer, 190. Schuneman, Robert, 178. Schunk, Barbara, 50, 148, 216, 217, 272, 292. Schuster, Jack, 186. Schwartz, Robert, 90, 197. Schweigert, John, 178, 234. Schwob, Barbara, 61, 151, 273. Schwob, Jane, 277. Scott, Barbara, 226. Scott, Cynthia, 154. Scott, Job, 203. Scott, Mary, 161. Scott, William, 90, 219, 295. Scudder, Duston, 184, 185. Searls, William, 187. Secord, Lorraine, 289. Sedgley, Robert, 220. Seiden, Burton, 61, 205. Seidner, Burton, 204. Seilert, Dorothy, 90, 155. Sell, Marion, 181. Sendelbeck, Bob, 90, 222. Seno, Richard, 90, 190. Senter, Val, 134. Seralin, Alfred, 4, 22, 24, 27, 28, 29. Pair 50, 235. Seyn Shackleton, James, 193. Shadoan, James, 228. Shadwell, Kay, 260. Shaffer, Curtis, 90. Shaffer, Doris, 150. Shaklee, Richard, 90. Shapiro, Esther, 284. Shapiro, Norman, 90. Shappell, Gene, 231. Sharon, Robert, 287. Shaw, Lila, 90, 161, 224, 265. Shearer, Don, 184. Shellenbaum, Glen, 186, 278, 285, 295. Shelov, Jay, 244. Shelov, Joseph, 205. Shelton, James, 133. Shenk, Susanne, 154. Shepherd, Robert, 184, 185. Sheppard, Richard, 176. Sherborg, Reilh, 90. Sherer, Merrill, 189. Shidler, George, 221. Shigaki, Lucille, 90. Shindo, Clara, 61, 251. Shinyama, Arthur, 61. Shipley, Nancy, 161, 217, 273, 292. Shissler, Charles, 61, 136, 237. Shoemaker, C. Dwayne, 202. Sholes, Mary, 90. Shoppell, Elmer, 61, 228. Shown, Betty, 43, 152. Shrider, Robert, 287. Shroyer, Mary, 45, 50, 146, 166, 167, 234, 263, 272, 282. Shupe, Joseph, 250. Shryer, Sylvan, 31, 204. Shulkin, Erwin, 31. Sibrell, Albert, 90. SiegnsI, Robert, 63, 90, 174, 185, 202, 257. Sieler, Mary, 50. Sigrisl, Helmut, 240. Silverstein, Harvey, 61. Gerald, 61, 246, 285. Charles, 34, 219. Simmons, Marshall, 202. Simms, Betty, 297. Simpson, William, 189. Sininger, Rollin, 188. Sinopoli, Louis, 90. Sirt, Louis, 90. Sispela, Joan, 43, 160. Skinner, Richard, 201. Skogerson, Dorothy, 289. Skufca, Bill, 226. Sloan, Vincent, 90, 198, 199. Smaldone, Gene, 112, 236. Smith, Carl, 232. Smith, Donald P., 239. Smith, Donald Ray, 208, 269. Smith, Donald Roy, 27. Smith, Donna, 91, 163, 282. Smith, Dorothea, 238, 292. Smith, Ernest, 91. Smith, George, 185. Smith, Jack, 61, 201, 284. Smith, James, 209. Smith, James S., 61, 178. Smith, James W., 256. Smith, Merrill, 61, 170. Smith, Michael, 91. Smith, Natasha, 284. Smith, Ora, 97. Smith, Patricia, 50, 162, 272. Smith, Stephins, 213. Smith, Veilynn, 193. Smith, Wallace, 284. Smith, Wayne, 271. Smith, William D., 91, 213. Smith, William R., 256. Smith, Winifred, 28, 61, 162, 224, 246, 262, 272, 283, 298. Sneberger, Thomas, 29, 91, 174, 185, 206, 207. Snodgrass, Donna, 154, 220. Snodgrass, James, 199. Snodgrass, Velma, 213. Snoe, Ernest, 184. Snouffer, Dorothy, 43, 254. Snyder, Jo, 167. Snyder, Lee, 38. Snyder, Marilyn, 44, 195. Snyder, Norton, 195. Snyder, Raymon, 206. Soehla, Martin, 61. Soehle, Norma, 44, 159. Soennichsen, Richard, 33. Soladay, Doris, 61, 155, 272, 298. Sollenberger, Jean, 91. Soller, John, 182, 232. Solomon, Dudley, 61. Sonnleitner, Roy, 184, 255. Sontag, Barbara, 147, 156. Sorensen, Clarence, 212, 267. Sorensen, James, 44, 199. Sorkin, Fred, 31, 194, 250. Sourwine, Virginia, 212. Southwell, Arlene, 213. Southwell, Irene, 163, 213, 216, 273. Spargo, Luella, 91, 170, 171, 224, Sparr, Daniel, 61, 179, 213. Spaulding, Robert, 245. Speak, Norman, 132. Spears, Elouise, 61, 148, 165, 262. 265. Speclor, Bettie, 280. Spencer, William, 182. Spero, Constance, 50, 146, 172, 268. Speulstra, Helen, 289. Spiker, Dona, 44, 163. Spradlin, Sidney, 50. Springer, Mary, 38, 44. Sprunck, Helen, 61. Spule, Howard, 177. Srack, Paul, 213. Slacy, Barbara, 61, 161. Staley, Alvin, 196. Stanford, Robert, 213. Stansbery, Leslie, 44, 212. Stapp, Betty, 277. Stark, Gene, 183. Stark, Vivian, 248, 249. Starner, Joy, 91, 158, 263. Starr, Rose, 170, 268. Stavniak, Rozanne, 61. Steamer, Arnold, 204, 250. Stebbins, Pauline, 162. Stein, Allen, 207. Steinauer, Edmund, 174, 198. Steinburg, Magdelen, 259. Steinke, Gene, 187. Steinmann, Lloyd, 296. Stephens, Jeannelte, 293. Stephens, Marian, 91. Stephens, Marilyn, 91. Sternberg, Magdalen, 297. Stevens, Donald, 230. Stevens, Herbert, 61, 134, 246. Stevens, Nancy, 91, 162, 163, 224, 265. Stevenson, John, 179. Stewart, Robert, 91. Stickle, Flora, 51, 160. Stierwalt, Madeline, 157, 264, 270, 292. Stiles, Arthur, 219. Stimack, Robert, 275. Stoddard, John, 91, 200, 255. Stoffel, William, 178, 230. Stokes, Donna, 91, 146, 162, 163, 165. Stokes, Paul, 51. Slomberg, John, 91, 230. Stone, Ernest, 184, 194. Stone, Ernest L., 227. Stoopenkoff, Lydia, 244. Stormberg, Bernard, 44. 1 INDEX Stouth. Frank, SOV. Siraubingcr, Richard, 91, 264. Siraw, Loren, 2«0, in. Streal, Rodman, 290. Siraalsr, David. 61, I8t. Sireatar, Waller, 62. Snaels, William, 222. Sinker, Bobelle, 146, li6, 224. Slromer, Vivian. 247. SiTomar. Waller, 247. Sludley, Beverly. 149 Stulf, Palricia, 24, 91, 163, 266. Slull, Roberl, Jl. Suehla, Marlin, 34. Suendermann, Ada, 293. Sugarman, George, 91, 2SS. Suiala, Doiolhy, 21S, 242. Sundlor, Viclor, ItO. Sulharland, Bruce, 226. Swalla, Beverlee, 162, 173. Swanion, Barbara, il, 161, 215. Swanion, Jerry, 91, HI, 256. Swanson, Ted, 247. Swarlout, Elberl, 92. Swarlllow, Joan, 159, 293. Swedlund. Dolorei, 170. 241. Sweel, William, 206. Swegarl, Albert, 92, 230. Swenson, Elsie, 92, 246, 280. Swialek, Joseph, 239. Swiers, Pal, 159. Swisher, Max, 19a. Swilier, Kennelh, 208. Sylvan, Rodney, 296. Siyliowici, Joe, 195. — T— Tabor, Beverly, 92, 168. Tahan, Mohamad, 92. Tahhan, Abdul, 51. Talboll, Emerson, 51, 203. Talucci, Ralph, 92. Talwar, Madan, 297. Tanaka, Floyd, 92. Tange, Kris, 226. Tanner, Marjone, 32. Tarman, Phyllil, 148, 149, 224, 233. Tarpo, Louie, 51. Tassel, Warren, 99, 178, 179, 257. Tale, Nancy J , 62, 171. Taylor, Jane, 92, 150, 202, 243. Taylor, Norma, 170. Taylor, Vern, 44, 228. Tebow, Mary S , 163, 242, 246, 294. Tedmon, Clark, 92. Tediow, Lesler, 220. Teel, Norman, 98, 237. Teich, William, 183. TarBorg, Jack, 136, 175, 187, 213. Terry, Clifford, 290 Terry, Ellen, 44, 169. Towall, Raymond, 92. Thacker, Nancy, 44, 171. Thiede. Edward, 296. Thill, Catherine, 44, 160. Thomas, George, 92. Thomas. Jack, 187. Thomas, James, 196. Thomas, John, 267. Thomas, Lois, 151. Thomas, Max, 184. Thomas. Owen, 239. Thomas, Robert Anthony, 34. Thomas, Roberl Arthur, 92. Thomas, William, 197. Thomas, Wilma, 224. Thompson, Barbara, 51. Thompson, Eleanore, 161, 216, 272. Thompson, Howard, 186. Thompson, Janice, 268. Thompson, Joan, 161. Thompson, Nathan, 92, 246. Thompson, Therese, 268. Thompson, William, 62, 201. Thomson, James, 44, 268. Thornton, Melvin, 280. Tillon, James, 92. Timmons. John, 62, 122, 187, 237. Todd, Eugene, 92, 228. Todd. Richard, 284. Toft, Dale, 98, 126, 187. Tolan, Joseph, 92. Toland, Donald, 92, 286. Toliver, Elitabelh, J., 92, 173, 287. Tomczuk, Edward, 92. Tomkinson, Charles, 92. Tomlinson, Warren, 23, 24, 27, 29, 30, 68, 92, 176, 177, 269. Tomoyasu, Joe, 92. Tompson, Joanne. 162. Tona, Carmen, 92, 219. Tonn, Agnes, 247. Toolhaker, A. Shannon, 158. Torgeson, Sonia, 51, 148, 173. Torrens, Roberl, 197. Torstrup, Lee, 286. Torti, Joseph, 92. Townsend, John, 228. Tracy, Barbara, 154. Trefi, Roberl, 277. Trenholme, Lois, 62, 146, 172, 268, 282. Trill, Eugene, 92. Troesler. Joan. 247. Troian, Michel, 213. Truce, Joseph, 62. Truill, Elhel, 20. Truill, Paul, 92. Trumbore, William, 230. Truiiotino, John, 189. Tucker, Roberl, 92. Tully, Nona, 148. Turk, Donald, 92. Turnage, William, 92. Turner, Raymond, 62, 188. Tyler, David, 203. Tyler, Paul. 51. 133. 202. Tyler, Warren. 287. — U— Ubaydi, Hadi, 92, 266. Uceny, Donald, 92, 178. Udry, Anna, 155, 273. Udry, Edward, 62, 196, 197, 255. Uemuia, Herbert, 44. Uhtich, Karl, 193, 218. Ujilusa, Agnes, 44, 167. Ulrich, Frank, 192 Undorhill, Ruth, 21. Upton, Claude, 92. Urbana, Robert, 203. Usey, Joanne, 213. Usher, William, 179. — V— Vail, Patricia, 51, 213. Valenia, Jerry, 195. Valentine, Belly, 44. VanAnrooy, John, 290. VanBuskitk, John, 51. Vandergrifl, Virginia, 277 VanGundy, Robert, 92. VanMeler. Frank, 184. VanOidstrand, Carol, 147, 158. Vanluli, Joseph, 92. Vassios, Andrew, 121, 188. Veaiey, Juonila, 51, 216, 229, 251. Vecchiarelli, John, 128. Velarde, Thomas, 51. Velle, Carolyn, 44. Velter, Mary, 148. Vigil, Domacio, 93, 179. Vihon, Alvin, 93. Villano, George, 93, 246. Vincent, John, 230. Vincent, Roy, 213. Vinnola, Anthony, 93. Virtue, John, 196. Vixie, Orvin, 62. Vocate, Gilbert, 239. Volenik, Donald, 93. Vollmer, Bill, 203, 240, 268. Vollmann, Floyd, 62. Voli, Fred, 93. Volike, Gwen, 149. — W— Wade, Windsor, 93, 213. Waddell, Margaret, 264. Wagner, Robert, 93, 279. Walden, Tom, 182, 183. Waldrop, Mary, 228. Walker, Glenn, 77, 179, 231. Walker, Louis, 226. Walker, Melvin, 93, 223. Walker, Ramon, 189. Walker, Sharon, 168. Wallace, Arthur, 93. Wallace, Bruce, 255. Wallace, Gyda, 93. Wallace, John. 93, 201. Wallace, Joseph, 246. Wallace, Robert, 184. Waller, Maurice, 212. Walls, Benjamin, 231. Walsh, Vincent, 132, 178. Wallhen, Charles, 259. Waly, Jamal, 62, 222. Wangerin, Kama, 44. Ward, Barry, 164. Warder, Hugh, 192. Ware, Joanne, 44, 155. Warner, David, 189, 232. Warner, Edwin, 93, 296. Warner, John, 93. Watlburg, Arthur, 93. Wascher, Ailwen, 62. Washburn, Richard, 93, 179, 234. Wasserman, Daniel, 98. Waters, William, 93. Walhen, Charles, 44, 200. Watkins, Alice, 264. Welkins, William, 112. Watson. Ann, 154. Watson, Belly, 62. 164, 234, 263. Watson, Louise, 28, 51, 161, 225, 263, 272, 273. Watson, Willa, 51, 163. Wall, Charles, 256, 271. Wallenberg, Gene, 186. Walton, Thomas, 51, 176, 177, 271. Waugen, John, 93. Weathers, Donald, 93, 273. Weathers, Geraldine, 93. Weaver, James, 94, 275, 280. Webb. David, 281. Webb, JeralH, 189, 260. Webb, Richard, 134, 174. Weber, Albert, 203, 237. Weeding, Gale, 246. Weese, Donald, 266. Wegeman, Alvin, 126. Wegeman, Keith, 126, 236. Weidner, Belly, 158, 173, 272. Weiland, Melvin, 94. Weinke, Kurt, 62. Weir, Marilyn, 264. Weiss, William, 198, 199. Weissman, Lola, 250. Welch, John, 264. Wellman, Harold, 188. Wells, B. Jimmie, 155, 232. Wells, Clarence, 94, 226. Welter, Phillip, 94, 198, 199. Wendell, Richard, 186. Wendl, Beverly, 51, 169. Wescoal, Sara, 62, 168, 264, 270, 292. Wessel, Bruce, 189. West, Dean, 94, 203. Weslad, John, 213. Westbay, Richard, 45, 47, 112. Weslerbeck, Allan, 189. Westgaard, Tor, 226. Westin, Roberl, 44. Weslover, Leone, 232. Whalen, Donald, 190. Whealon, Jack, 260, 267. Wheeler, J Marion, 289. Whissen, Robert, 279, 295 White, Donald, 223 Whilecotton, Roy, 94, 290. Whiteley, Mary, 94. Whiteside, Charles, 62, 264, 283. Whittaker, Lois, 44, 160, 235 Wiekhorsi, Mark, 23, 25, 94, 178, 179, 206, 207. Wiesner, Alfred, 94, 230. Wiggains, Cecil, 94. Wilcox, John K.. 94. Wilcox, John T., 182. Wilcox, Martha, 20. Wilhelm, Clarence, 94. Wilhite, Colbert, 192, 193. Wilhile, Imogene, 68, 94, 157, 169, 224, 265, 272, 273. Wilkins, Elitabeth, 44, 168. Wilkinson, Paul, 213. Williams, Arthur, 94. Williams, Joe, 94, 226. Williams, Mariha, 148. Williams, Robert, 184, 285. Williams, Robert C , 62, 188. Williams, William, 208. Williamson, B Lois, 164. Williamson, Billy, 218. Williamson, Virginia, 44, 154, 251. Willimonl, Alan, 44, 183. Willimont, Patricia, 51, 169, 215. 273. Willis, Leia, 215, 224, 256. Wilson, Cecil, 202. Wilson, Donald, 185. Wilson, Edwin, 94. Wilson, Gordon, 185. Wilson. Ilia, 44. Wilson, Jack, 187. Wilson, John, 175. Wilson. John H., 94. 181. Wilson, Joy, 157. Wilson. Olen, 243. Wilson, Phyllis, 94, 157. Wilson, Ray, 213 Wilson, Richard, 266. Wilson, Ronald, 199. Wimmets, Wolfgang, 240. Windham, Edwin, 196, 197. Winkler, Arthur, 218. INDEX Winters, Lois, 62, 264. Wiseman, William, 62, 174, 208, 209, 296. Wilsell, Rosa, 94, 146, 169, 303. Wille, Richard, 94, 221. Wilier, Gerald, 62, 242. Wohlers, Janel, 217. Wohlgemulh, Russel, 274. Wojcik, Lawrence, 296. Wolf, Belly Jo., 167, 272. Wolf, Belly Joan, 62, 225, 262, 263, 273. Wolf, David, 182. Wolf, Edwin, 62. Wolf, George, 94. Wolf, Melford, 250. Wolf, Pauline, 156, 250. Wood, Alvin, 94, 275. Wood, Donald, 94, 208. Wood, Eugene, 94, 222. Wood, Robert, 62. Woodbury, Phyllis, 149. Woodman, Clarence, 94, 230. Woodman, Jeannelle, 62, 171, 273. Woodring, Dave, 28. Woods, John, 190. Woodward, Jerry, 191. Wooldridge, Donald, 226. Wooster, Marilyn, 62, 155, 166. Worden, Philip, 285. Wormwood, Sally, 51, 170, 273. Wright, David, 25, 52, 62, 178, 297. Wiighl, Jo, 44, 154. Wright, Ralph, 214. Wright, Richard, 94. Wright, Theo, 23, 25, 28, 55, 62, 163, 272. Wright, Virginia, 293. Wright, William, 226. Wubben, Paul, 226. Wuerz, William, 94, 237, 285. Wygant, Lloyd, 94. Wylie, Evan, 122. Wylie, Rodney, 260. — Y— Yamamoto, Jim, 291. Yamato, BettY, 216. Yap, Francis, 128. Yehle, William, 94, 242, 291. Yenko, Nick, 266. Yenter, Charles, 235. Young, Alfred, 94, 231. Young, Barbara, 147, 170, 242, 246. Young, Donald, 94, 214. Young, George, 244. Young, Robert, 281. Young, Ruth, 94, 161. Younger, John R., 226. Younger, John T., 226. Youngman, Gilda, 147. — Z— Zanboorie, Mohammed, 94. Zibnack, John, 112. Zier, Harold, 236. Zimbehl, Glen, 201. Zimmerman, Patricia, 51, 215, 282. Zimmerman, Robert, 62. Zirkle, Howard, 197. Zolly, Joseph, 94. Zuckerman, Robert, 266. Zumwinkel, John, 243. 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