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<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> <strong>University</strong><br />

Imperial Volle}' Campus<br />

720 Heber<br />

Calexico, CA 92231<br />

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DICATION<br />

The 1963 "<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste" strives to present pictorially an<br />

enjoyable record of the students at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong><br />

College. The unity in past and present areas of thought and<br />

action is revealed with reference to ancient objects of<br />

expression and illustrations of college history and modem<br />

campus life. This yearbook is dedicated to Man And Time.<br />

Table of Contenls<br />

STUDENT LIFE 15<br />

SPORTS 55<br />

GREEKS 103<br />

SENIORS<br />

167<br />

ORGANIZATIONS 201<br />

ADMINISTRATION<br />

251


We Came 10 College<br />

and Discovered<br />

Life<br />

The sunlight of our early college days<br />

Glowing through old Spanish arches<br />

Awakened us to laughter,<br />

Displacing dusky shadows, it fired our dreams<br />

To drowse in scenes of friendly small talk.<br />

Intriguing distant shadows spoke of future<br />

Goals and fixed ambitions.<br />

We were young, and loved the beauty<br />

Of a moment's leisure,<br />

A second's chance of chatter in the Quad<br />

Before sudden thoughts of knowledge<br />

Inspired us to action, whirled us through<br />

The challenging days of college life.<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> <strong>University</strong><br />

Imperial Valley Campus<br />

720 Heber<br />

CaleXico, CA 92231<br />

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Call1pus Living Brought<br />

Fun and<br />

Friendship<br />

We wished to stay longer,<br />

Learning how to share ideas,<br />

Enjoying new adventures,<br />

But college life moves quickly.<br />

Too soon we packed 'our souvenirs,<br />

Locked the doors, said good-bye.<br />

Warmed by friendship,<br />

Wrapped in memories,<br />

We left the closeness of the campus.<br />

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/


e<br />

Sought Knowledge<br />

• • •<br />

Sometimes we dreamed in class,<br />

Or interrupted study time to read of campus news,<br />

But we knew the value of the hours.<br />

We spent spare minutes cramming our minds with facts.<br />

Sometimes we collaborated with our classmates.<br />

Sometimes we sought the furthest corners of the stacks.<br />

Young and old, we knew the promise in ourselves<br />

And strengthened it day by day through learning.<br />

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Traditions and Spirit<br />

Built Memories<br />

At football games, record crowds<br />

Led by cheerleaders<br />

Chanted encouragement,<br />

Popped paper bags,<br />

And blew air horns to show the team<br />

Our spirit matched its greatness.<br />

New friends were hailed<br />

And greetings were called along Hello Walk.<br />

We struggled to the top of'S" Mountain<br />

And viewed our changing campus,<br />

Encouraged in spirit<br />

By its tradition of modern progress.


We Foun Fun<br />

and Relaxation<br />

t<br />

We f.ound on our campus special places,<br />

Special people.<br />

We stopped a moment to laugh to talk<br />

To take a coffee break. ' ,<br />

We. met friends, ma?e study dates,<br />

Enjoyed co-ed dancmg, bowling classes,<br />

And then retreated to our favorite spots<br />

To ponder, to sit awhile, or just to rest.


STUDENT<br />

LIFE<br />

In the twilight of our memories<br />

We'll always see our college<br />

Where we have taken the first<br />

Steps to maturity.<br />

Our college has been a Source of information<br />

A gUIdmg teacher<br />

A future in the p:esent.<br />

It stands now as we leave it<br />

Having enriched us with warm memories .<br />

'<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> U' .<br />

mverSI'Y<br />

Imperial Valley Cam"'"<br />

720 Heber /,-,vS<br />

Calexico, CA 92231<br />

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Each Must Wait His Turn to<br />

Register in Line After<br />

Line<br />

New Faces, Ideas and Activities<br />

Fill the Days of Orientation<br />

Lime spilled and . . .<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> College welcomed foreign<br />

students and frosh during orientation<br />

week. Lime spilled and water sloshed as<br />

the freshmen climbed Black Mountain to<br />

paint the "S". The class ate a Bar-B-Que<br />

dinner and climaxed its first week of<br />

colle~e life by twisting at the dance.<br />

Foreign students met American friends and<br />

lea~ned about our country at a party at<br />

Scnpps cottage.<br />

The greatest obstacle to higher edu~atio?<br />

is known by every freshman as regIst~atlOn<br />

day. It is the one time when success IS .<br />

based on stamina, patience, a sh.arp 'penCIl,<br />

sturdy eraser, and running the fifty in 4.6<br />

seconds. As this young coed found ou!,.<br />

everyone is equal when it comes ~o.waiting<br />

lines, copying numbers and obtaining<br />

classes.<br />

"What<br />

number?"<br />

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And Soon the Studies Began••.<br />

Freshmen Learn the<br />

Ways of Our College<br />

at Frosh Camp<br />

The class of 1966 invaded Camp Marston<br />

to hike, boat, sing,and joke together. But<br />

Frosh . Camp was more than a fun time,<br />

unity was the key word as the freshmen<br />

attended conferences and seminars to<br />

plan class activities and goals at <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> College.


Greeks Open<br />

Their Doors in Welcome<br />

Smiling faces and beautiful girls were easily found at Pledge Presents.<br />

Smiles, laughter, ruffles, and flowers filled the EI Cortez<br />

hotel as 287 new sorority pledges were honored at<br />

Panhellenic's annual Pledge Presents. This celebration was<br />

a finale to ten days full of parties, new faces, some<br />

disappointments, and many decisions.<br />

Interfraternity Rush was just that! Rushees were catered to<br />

dinners and parties. Preferential Dinners with speeches from<br />

the alums were held at many hotels. Rushees accepted<br />

formal bids at Scripp's Cottage. That evening 281 men<br />

pledged 14 fraternities at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>.<br />

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21


"I thought this machine is supposed to be fast?"<br />

Elections, Signs and<br />

Speeches<br />

Our campus is lost in a maze of political<br />

propaganda as election candidates present their<br />

n:un es and platforms to the students by means of<br />

bI1lboa~ds,.loudspeake~, handbills and speeches.<br />

Camp,aIgnmg and votmg was supervised and<br />

organized by Leroy Vadney.<br />

The Brothers' Four Gave a<br />

Memorable Performance<br />

ioke and a chance started the career of the Brot~~rs' Four. .<br />

AHJ<br />

avmg<br />

•<br />

come<br />

a long way since their early<br />

.<br />

entertammg<br />

G f<br />

at fraternity<br />

. th Brothers' Four performed m Peterson ym or a<br />

partle~, e d The audience was led to laughter and cheers as the<br />

c~~~ty uC~~:t ~ang and joked its way through new an.d old folk<br />

:on iut the crowd wasn't left out of the act. Fol~owm~ the .<br />

p 1anne<br />

gs. d program, the audience J' oined the quartet in a lively radio<br />

commercial.<br />

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House decorations transposed the face of our campus.<br />

Pi Beta Phi was judged the most outstanding as the<br />

different houses'depicted the overthrow of the UOP<br />

Tigers. Originality and color highlighted the themes of<br />

our "Monty Salutes Mythology" Homecoming Parade.<br />

Tau Kappa Epsilon and Sigma Kappa combined real<br />

flowers and tropical plants on their float of "Aztec<br />

Quecotzal" to take the first place in mixed division.<br />

"Sacrifice to Huitzilopochtl" sponsored by Pi Beta Phi won the<br />

house decorations sweepstakes award.<br />

The Aztec aficionados cheered wildly as the St t .dd .<br />

<strong>University</strong> of the Pacific. a e gri ers claimed a well-earned victory over<br />

omecoming Brings<br />

Enthusiasm and Victory I<br />

"Ulysses and the Sirens" which tied for sweepstakes honors was designed and built by Pi Kappa<br />

Alpha and Kappa Alpha Theta. The float was beautiful and realistic with its use of natural<br />

wood and life-like figure.<br />

H~mecoI?ing.1962raised the threshold of enthusiasm<br />

~n quahty surrounding the festivities which have so long<br />

~en a part o~the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> tradition. Not only was<br />

t e campu~ahve with zeal and spirit but our city<br />

watched with overwhi" e mmg mterest ' as we students<br />

t~pared f~r SDSC alums and the <strong>University</strong> of Pacific.<br />

. e m;;chmg Aztecs were at their best as they performed<br />

man e ort to instill the meaning of life at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong> College.<br />

The ~arching Aztecs<br />

capacity crowd. strut their stuff during halftime for the<br />

Alpha Tau Omega and Alpha Epsilon depicted "Jason and the Golden Fleece" in an array of<br />

color and clever mechanical devices which also won for them the sweepstakes award.<br />

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,<br />

h<br />

irst Move Toward Victory<br />

Spirited Aztecs turn out to watch our victorious gridders.<br />

Our song and cheerleaders and band add to the<br />

pageantry of the game.<br />

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..<br />

Homecoming , candidates line up for inspection during judging,<br />

Loyal alumni<br />

return to campus.<br />

Marching Aztecs practicing long hours.<br />

The finished product is sometimes the only reward for hours of toil.<br />

A Gala Climax Follows Weeks of Preparation<br />

, , dd to the glory of homecoming,<br />

Beauty, color and animation a<br />

I<br />

II<br />

Songleaders don greek attire for parade and game.<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha members show true<br />

workmanship as they build a ship for<br />

their float,<br />

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As t~e Aztec football fame grew<br />

so did the Aztec spirit. The<br />

Marching Aztecs thrilled the<br />

crowds with their precision<br />

marching and intricate maneuvers.<br />

The cheering Aztecs formed a<br />

hugh white cheering section and<br />

rocked the stadium with chants.<br />

Spirit Runs High As the Aztecs'<br />

Football Fame Grows<br />

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AMS. Sponsors<br />

Fight Nile<br />

The 25th semi-annual running of the<br />

Interfraternity Pledge Council chariot<br />

raceswas won by Sigma Chi. The Sigswon<br />

their heat in 11.8 seconds and went on to<br />

tak.ethe final race in the same time, Alpha<br />

PhI ~ledge Barbara Anderson, Sigma Chi's<br />

candidate, was crowned Chariot Queen.<br />

In the pageantry contest which preceeds<br />

the races, Alpha Tau Omega's depiction<br />

of Aurora's journey across the sky was tops.<br />

Sigs Regain the Chariot Race Trophy<br />

A happy queen and team,<br />

Fight Nite beauty Roz Mack JOInS i a victorious team of Sigma Chis,<br />

Miss Knockout candid<br />

1 ates tell why th ey Iik 1 e men.<br />

Five hundred fans turned '<br />

matches and gym ti out to VIewthe boxing and wrestling<br />

A powerful<br />

,<br />

Sigma<br />

nas<br />

Chi<br />

IC<br />

ex<br />

hibi<br />

I inon of Fight Nite in Peterson Gym,<br />

th~ seventh straight ~~;~ walk~d away with the top honors for<br />

MIssKnockout pr Yd' ttractive coed Rozanne Mack 1962<br />

she presented award ' ove to be the b eauty attraction . of the " evemng as<br />

s.<br />

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It's all over but the celebrating!<br />

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pa<br />

Talking,<br />

Singing<br />

Social<br />

A moonlight cruise and the naming<br />

of 'King Cotton' were featured<br />

at the annual Chi Omega Showboat,<br />

held at the Bahia Hotel. The<br />

Southern atmosphere was crowned<br />

by Belles of Chi Omega in<br />

Southern dresses. The dance was<br />

termed a success when screams<br />

and laughter went up as the boatdock<br />

sank with the weight of the<br />

Showboat guests boarding the<br />

cruiser.<br />

Dancing, and<br />

Highlighted Fall<br />

Life<br />

Jill de Selm, Lambda Chi Alph~<br />

National Cross and Crescent girl<br />

was serenaded by the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

chapter in honor of her selection.<br />

The fraternity presented her with<br />

roses and a trophy. Miss de Selm<br />

has been Lambda Chi Dream Girl<br />

for the past two years. She is a<br />

member of Alpha Chi Omega<br />

sorority.<br />

Miss de Selm receives flowers and trophy.<br />

Knives, slashing, and pumpkin seeds everywhere<br />

were but a part of artistic talents shown in the<br />

Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta Pumpkin Carving Contest<br />

held in the quad the day before Halloween. Over<br />

twenty entrants, including Dean M. A. Anderson,<br />

carved for donations to the Alpha Gam philanthropy,<br />

Cerebral Palsey.<br />

The girls of Maya Hall were in a women's paradise<br />

as they spent 480 hours talking with the men of<br />

Toltec Hall. The talk-a-thon started as a challenge<br />

to the 500 hour record set by Michigan. It ended 24<br />

hours short of the 504 hour goal.


AWS events bring fun and entertainment<br />

A penny went a long way during AWS Week.<br />

Dorm and sorority girls were charged a penny for<br />

every minute they stayed out past the 10: 30 l


n i g tat student organizations sponsored<br />

many harity and s rvice projects for the community<br />

and all ov r the world. The Chi Omegas assisted<br />

in th sponsoring of an orphanage in China. The<br />

igma Chis and Gamma Phi Betas joined the<br />

Kappa 'igs and Kappa Alpha Thetas in giving<br />

hristmas Parties for under privileged children.<br />

The Aztec Spurs had a safety drive and Angel<br />

Flight had a car wash to raise money for the Air<br />

Force ROTC. The igma Phi Epsilons delivered<br />

notic s to help pass the college bond issue,<br />

proposition I A on the November ballot. There<br />

were aI 0 many organizations which worked for<br />

different <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> philanthropies and worthwhile<br />

campus projects.<br />

Campus Groups Active with<br />

Service,<br />

Charity, and Proiecls<br />

Blue Book Ball Ends Fall Semester<br />

Marking the end of the fall semester, Blue Book<br />

Ball was held in the El Cortez Grand Ballroom.<br />

Sponsored by the freshman class, the dance was<br />

highlighted by the crowning of the Belle of the Blue<br />

Book Ball, Janet Bettag, Kappa Alpha Theta.<br />

A new and different concept of football hit the<br />

campus as the SDS co-eds tramped the grid-iron.<br />

The little Sisters of Minerva and Sweethearts of<br />

the Diamond went to the game with no holds<br />

barred and the pledges of Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

played the pledges of Alpha Phi Sorority all for<br />

Charity. All in all everyone survived except for a<br />

few black eyes and bruised bodies.<br />

Charity Football Games Bring Many Laughs<br />

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Influential speakers appear here<br />

Dick Gregory Adds Humor and Timely Comments<br />

Nationally know Negro comedian Dick Gregory came to<br />

SDS. He puffed on his cigarette, drank glass after glass of<br />

water an? commented. on the social and political issues<br />

surrounding the American Negro. Gregory rose to national<br />

fame on the ~ack Parr Sho~. Appearing with Gregory were<br />

the Town Criers, Tom Sc~h, Bing Drastrup, Steve<br />

Isaacson, and Ken Mansfield, an SDS folksinging group.<br />

Dr. Glenn S. Dumke, chancellor of California<br />

<strong>State</strong> Colleges, told the AS Council<br />

about the progress of the state colleges and<br />

off~red advice on the proposed student<br />

union.<br />

Sigma ~elta Chi, honorary journalism<br />

fr~termo/, sponsored a debate between<br />

DIck WIlson and Lionel Van Deerlin<br />

c~nt~nders for the new 37th Congressional<br />

D~s!rIct seat. They sparred on the Cuban<br />

CrISI<strong>San</strong>~ local issues. Pat Stalnaker, Daily<br />

Aztec edItor, acted as referee.<br />

Chancellor<br />

Dumke, President Love, Joe Kiefer<br />

M.ayor Charles Dail and Joe<br />

KIefer, AS president, joined forces<br />

to support Proposition l-A. The<br />

proposition, which provided<br />

money for state college projects<br />

passed.<br />

'<br />

Rep ..Bob W~son of the 36th Congresslo?al<br />

DIstrict brought his<br />

campaIgn to our campus.<br />

Chancellor Dumk e, at Ieft, at press conference<br />

A. S. cards were the only charge for admission to the LAC movies.<br />

Bargain seekers were willing to stand in block-long lines outside the<br />

HS Auditorium to see outstanding recent movies. The pictures were<br />

shown on Friday afternoons and Saturday and Sunday evenings.<br />

Movies included "North By Northwest," "East of Eden," and "The<br />

Red Balloon".<br />

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Contests and Cars Featured<br />

in AMS All Men's Week Coach Coryell Leads Football Champs<br />

Men were officiallyin the spotlight during All Men's<br />

Week sponsored by the Associated Men Students. The<br />

week opened with a foreign sports car show and a ski<br />

movie. Men had a chance to show their athletic abilities<br />

in a mile run, push-up contest, bike race, and a<br />

back-walk-race. Those who survived the contests climaxed<br />

the week with a dance in the West Commons. Cindy<br />

Runyan, Sigma Kappa, was named AMS Week Queen.<br />

With tremendous successof the 1962 championship Aztec football<br />

team, student body interest ran high in the field of athletics. Head<br />

coach Don Coryell became perhaps the best known person on<br />

campus with his talks to the students on his famous "I" forn;ation<br />

and well known personal interest in building the SDS athletic<br />

program.<br />

With the replacement of athletic businessmanager Jean H. "Cheesy"<br />

Neil, came many angry protests from the student body and athletes:<br />

Don Ritchey, graduate manager, and Al Olsen, head of ~heA~hletIc<br />

department, were hung in effigy,but the end broug~t satisfaction<br />

and growing unity between the students and athletics.<br />

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SDS Culture Program Enhanced by Guild Plays<br />

"News of the Night" was a rollicking farce about two sets of nineteenth century lovers who<br />

unknowingly reverse partners in their attempts to elope.<br />

"J.B.," a modern-day version of the Biblical story of Job d d b<br />

the Theatre Guild. The faith parable was presented in theWLittf:oTh~~tre.y<br />

I<br />

1<br />

r<br />

The Aztec Th t G 'Id<br />

n . N' ea er Ul presented "Lonz Day's Jourey<br />

of the<br />

Into<br />

I<br />

ighr,"<br />

t:h<br />

Th<br />

e p<br />

I<br />

ay portrayed a day<br />

"<br />

in the life<br />

p aywng t and his family,<br />

"Skin Of Our Teeth" is a satire based on man's ability<br />

to survive. It is a reflection of the devastating periods in<br />

the life of the world as seen through the eyes of a maid.


LAC Sponsors Musical Variety with<br />

Folk, Jazz and Classical Selections<br />

Dr. Frederick Schwarz gives anti-communism address.<br />

Fo!k sin~er Joan Baez impressed SDS students with her natural<br />

VOIce,friendly. perso~ality, and timely comments. The 0 en Air<br />

Thea~er hwas filled. with a collection of light and mournfut ballad<br />

sung in er haunting and plaintive voice. . s<br />

Sounds of Svnanon, a jazz band wh?se members are residents of<br />

a "self help" home for ~ar~otic addicts, presented a modern Jazz<br />

concert in the CLS AudItorium.<br />

LAC sponsored the New York W d . d Q .<br />

in the CLS Auditorium. Pictured of wmI f umtet in a concert<br />

flute; Ronald Rosem b. D . rom e t are Samuel Baron,<br />

lich, horn and Arth~i Weol·esb' aVlbdGlaser, clarinet; Ralph Froe-<br />

, erg, aSS.oon.<br />

Pianist Marek Jablonski Grand Prize winner in the 1961. Canadian<br />

National 'Music c'ompetition, played classical selectIOns in<br />

the Music Auditorium. Jablonski, 22, was on tour of the U.S.<br />

under a Canadian-U.S. exchange program.<br />

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Little SOO Brings<br />

Spills and Laughsl<br />

p n oring one of the funniest and exciting contests on<br />

ampu was Lambda Chi Alpha with its "Little 500."<br />

Frat rnities and sororities along with independent<br />

organizations sponsored four team members to compete<br />

in r lay rae s around Aztec Bowl, Gamma Phi Beta was<br />

first in the women's division and Kappa Alpha Theta was<br />

ond, Toltec Hall grabbed the first place men's trophy<br />

and igma Chi was second. Miss Sheri Good, Sigma<br />

Kappa, was chosen as "Miss Blowout" to reign over<br />

the annual affair.<br />

Girls Frolic at Sigma Chi Derby Day<br />

SDS women showed their athletic abilities at the<br />

Sigma Chi Derby Day. The girls, dressed in<br />

grubbies and branded with Sigma Chi letters,<br />

battled in a tug-of-war, raced on tricycles, cancanned<br />

around a can, scrambled for pennies in<br />

a bathtub of flour and attempted to steal<br />

derbies from Sigma Chi men.<br />

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SDS Has Growing<br />

Pains!<br />

SDS welcomed Eta<br />

Kappa chapter of Sigma<br />

Nu fraternity as the<br />

campus' 13th national<br />

fraternity. The chapter<br />

received its charter at a<br />

formal banquet February<br />

23 at the Islandia.<br />

It was the 131st chapter<br />

of the national group.<br />

The fraternity's auxiliary,<br />

Serpentines, the first in<br />

the nation, was formed<br />

in December.<br />

SDS is growing toward university status. Students and professors<br />

watched construction workers balance on the beams of the new<br />

m~th building and apply the finishing touches to the new Life<br />

SClet.IceBuilding. The building, the most modem on campus, was<br />

put mto Use during spring semester. A bomb scare brought a<br />

s~arm ?f police, photographers and students to the Administration<br />

B~lldmg wh~n maintenance men thought they had found a<br />

dynamite charge m a boulder used in the landscaping in<br />

front of the building. .<br />

Sigma' Nu and Sigma Pi Added to Fraternity<br />

List<br />

Sig-ma Pi's returned to campus in<br />

February after a 2Y2 year. absence.<br />

The SDS chapter, Alpha<br />

Omega, purchased its new<br />

fraternity house on College Circle.<br />

Outstanding Sigma Pi's are<br />

Rich Johnston, chapter president,<br />

and Jim Ashcraft, freshman<br />

class president. Four<br />

men lettered in campus sports.<br />

They were Dick Shultz, crew;<br />

Jim White, water polo; Mike<br />

Towles, swimming, and Bob<br />

Baldwin, freshman football.<br />

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Kneeling, (from left): Richard Johnston, Robert Penland, Jim Ashcraft, Jim White, Randy Raycroft,<br />

Bill Blaylock, Mike Towles. .<br />

Row 2: Jeff Stark, Tom Ybarrola, Jim Hare, Stu Markham. Dave Johnston, Stu Wilson, Andrus<br />

Zeltins, Bob Hamilton, Rich Cas~ore. . . .<br />

Row 3: Steve Lewis, Rod Uerrips, DIck Shultz, Steve Reinert, Ron Peterson, DIck Corder,<br />

Martin Wanders Lee Witham, Lee Lanfried.<br />

Not shown: Bob' Baldwin, Ted Shultz, Steve Chimbole, Jim Russell. 51


SDS Celebrates<br />

Sixty-Sixth Year<br />

"Sixty-six years of Scholarship and Service" was the<br />

theme of the 1963 Founders' Day. Highlight of the day<br />

was the dedication of the new Life Science Building.<br />

SDS Skates ffSO Others May Walk"<br />

Skaters slipped, slid and fell in Alpha Chi<br />

Omega's annual Easter Seal skating ~ontest.<br />

Winners were Taffy Polster, Alpha Phi, and<br />

Ashley Bishop, Pi Kappa Alpha, who ran the<br />

course in 30.5 seconds. Theme of the event<br />

was "Skate so others may walk."<br />

Groups Swing<br />

at Spring Sing<br />

Campus groups competing before an<br />

appreciative audience loosened their<br />

collective vocal cords in the annual<br />

AWS Spring Sing. Groups competed<br />

in four divisions: men's, women's,<br />

mixed and novelty. Selections<br />

ranged from Negro spirituals to<br />

contemporary political satire.<br />

Dorms Fly • In Blanket Toss<br />

Phone-booth-stuffing, gold fish swallowing and talk-athons<br />

have been replaced by a new college craze. Members<br />

of Zapotec, Tarastec and Toltec do~ sail through<br />

the air in a demonstration of blanket flying. The<br />

new fad is like sky diving in reverse.<br />

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Greeks united for a week of fun and serious discussion<br />

during Greek Week April 22 to 28. Fratern~ties and<br />

sororities joined in a pizza party, exchange dmners, talent<br />

night a carnival for underprivileged children, and an<br />

All Greek Dance. The week, an annual event, is held<br />

to promote the unity and ideals of Greek life.<br />

SPORTS<br />

Ideals and Unity Stressed During Greek Week<br />

54


•<br />

Ilees Bring Home CCAA<br />

Football Championship<br />

Enjoying the finest football season in the history<br />

of the school, coach Don Coryell and his 1962<br />

Aztec football team won the California Collegiate<br />

Athletic Association Championship with a perfect<br />

5-0 record.<br />

After a disappointing first game with a strong<br />

Cal-Poly Pomona team (13-6), the Aztecs began<br />

a slow uphill climb to ultimate success.<br />

The Aztecs' first victory was 26-14 over Los<br />

Angeles <strong>State</strong>. During the next seven weeks, the<br />

men of Montezuma won seven consecutive games.<br />

The wins included Long Beach <strong>State</strong> (36-8), Cal-<br />

Poly (SLO) (35-14), VCSB (46-8), Redlands and<br />

<strong>San</strong> Fernando (39-0), Homecoming against VOP<br />

(32-18), and a smashing 29-26 victory over<br />

nationally ranked Fresno <strong>State</strong> for the coveted<br />

championship.<br />

Tailback Kern Carson was the Aztecs' leading<br />

ground gainer and scorer, averaging over seven<br />

yards per carry and breaking numerous CCAA<br />

and college records. Carson was selected first team<br />

All League and third team All Pacific Coast.<br />

The Aztecs drew three sell-out crowds during the<br />

season, a record 80,000 people, setting a new<br />

attendance and gate receipt record, thus showing<br />

the tremendous support and spirit from the<br />

students at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> and members of the<br />

alumni.<br />

Many Aztecs played major roles in the successof<br />

SDS's winning season. Coach Don Coryell lauded<br />

the whole team for an all-out effort and said he<br />

had had no greater thrill than coaching this year's<br />

championship team.<br />

The Aztecs closed their 1962 season by losing to<br />

a fired-up Marine team, 34-6. But all in all, the<br />

Aztecs experienced the greatest success in the<br />

history of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>.<br />

SDS's Championship<br />

Coach, Don Coryell<br />


All Co as n<br />

CC C 0 ce<br />

Wayne Sevier<br />

Tom Hoffman<br />

K rn Carson<br />

Tailback Mario Mendez scores on a 22-yard touchdown romp.<br />

Back-to-Back Wins Boost Aztecs into first<br />

Broncos Win, Diablos<br />

Fall<br />

Cal Poly of Pomona made Aztec football coach<br />

Don Coryell's 1962 opening game an unhappy one.<br />

They claimed a 13·6 upset over highly favored<br />

an <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> before a 10,500 record crowd.<br />

Three pass interceptions, sluggish line play, and<br />

fumbles enabled the Aztecs to seal their own defeat.<br />

However, in the first league game the Aztecs<br />

proved to be the Aztecs at the end of the previous<br />

season as they downed the Los Angeles <strong>State</strong><br />

Diablos 26-14. Outstanding moments of the game<br />

were a 70-yard pass interception return by Neil<br />

Petties and block-busting runs by Paul Sallinger<br />

with a gain of 52 yards in 10 carries.<br />

David Lay<br />

Mike Collins<br />

Wally Cubley<br />

Kent Lawson<br />

Taking to the road for the first<br />

time during the year, the Aztecs,<br />

behind Neal Petties and ~au~<br />

Sallinger rolled to a convmcmg<br />

35-14 victory over Cal Poly<br />

(SLO) .<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong>'s upcoming ~tecs<br />

brought home a 36-8 victory over<br />

the Long Beach <strong>State</strong> '4gers. .<br />

Tailback Mario Mendez, playmg<br />

his best game of the year, scored<br />

three touchdowns in the seco~d<br />

half to lead the Aztecs to their<br />

victory.<br />

Rennie Simmons<br />

. J.<br />

Paul Sallinger<br />

Neil Petties and Coach Coryell<br />

Phil Farias


--""""'1<br />

Don Halte<br />

Aztec coach Don Coryell (far right)<br />

shows his assistants pre-game strategy.<br />

Aztecs board bus for tune-up game with <strong>San</strong>ta<br />

Barbara before title game with Fresno <strong>State</strong>.<br />

SDS Slaughters UCSB 46-8<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s Aztecs took to the road for t~e<br />

second straight week and rolled to a 36-0 half-time<br />

lead against the UC~B Gauchos and then coasted<br />

on to an easy 46-8 victory.<br />

Aztecs<br />

Rout Redlands<br />

Aztec Joe Meeker picks up 13 yards.<br />

<strong>San</strong> Fernando Siale<br />

Larry Korsmeier<br />

Mario Mendez<br />

Easy Prey for Monlezumans<br />

Dave Stenson<br />

Playing heads-up defensive football for the second<br />

straight week, <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> shutout a stron?"<br />

<strong>University</strong> of Redlands football team 39-0. behind<br />

the powerful running of fullback Paul Sallinger,<br />

John Godden<br />

Neil Petties snags touchdown pass<br />

against Redlands.<br />

<strong>San</strong> Die~o <strong>State</strong>'s ~CAA champions, picking up momentum with each outing, scored<br />

a smashing 39-0 wm over hapless <strong>San</strong> Fernando. Va~ley<strong>State</strong> in tune-up for game<br />

WIthpo,:",erful.UOp.T~e Aztecs rolle~ up 33 points in the first half as Kern Carson<br />

and Neil Petties ran WIthover-powenng consistency against the Matadors.<br />

CCAA Final Standings<br />

WL<br />

SAN DIEGO STATE 5-0<br />

Fresno <strong>State</strong> 4 - 1<br />

<strong>San</strong>ta Barbara 2 - 3<br />

Cal Poly (SLO) 2 - 3<br />

Long Beach 2 - 3<br />

L. A. <strong>State</strong> 0 - 5<br />

Sparky Bishop<br />

John Farris<br />

Dave Peterson<br />

Lloyd McCoy<br />

Gil Warren<br />

Left: Kern Carson is brought down<br />

after a 28-yard run against <strong>San</strong> Fernando<br />

<strong>State</strong>.<br />

Joe Meeker<br />

Gil Warren scores on<br />

Gauchos.<br />

61


Bob Vaughn<br />

Randy Chaffin<br />

Athzte~tailback ;Kern Carson romps for 15 yards on opening play of<br />

e title game 10 fog-filled Aztec Bowl.<br />

Aztecs Drop Bulldogs 29-26<br />

Kern Carson, no. 24, picks up yardage against UOP.<br />

I<br />

I<br />

Dave Stenson, no. 68, and Phil Farias 36<br />

Kern Carson on an 8S-yard touchdow~ ~~~. ' throw key block for<br />

to Take CCAA Championship<br />

Tailback KerI~Carson blazed his way into Aztec football<br />

history as he npped the Fresno <strong>State</strong> Bulldogs to shreds. He<br />

rac~d to t~1feetouchdowns on runs of 28, 88, and 48 yards<br />

while rolhng-up 236 yards on the ground. He also caught a<br />

nme~yardpass to give him 245 yards in total offense for the<br />

evenmg and two school records. The Aztecs held off a<br />

}~teBulldo&rall~ in.the fog to win 29-26 and bring the<br />

irst champIOnshipIII 11 years to Montezuma mesa.<br />

Carson Runs Over UOP 32-18<br />

Eldridge Cooks Lynn Gordon Tailback Kern Carson, showing his running ability for the<br />

third week in a row, ran over the <strong>University</strong> of Pacific<br />

32-18, to give <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> one of its biggest Homecoming<br />

wins in the history of the school.<br />

MCRD Topples <strong>State</strong> 34-6<br />

MCRD playing its best game in two years, closed <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong>'s football season the way it started by pounding the<br />

Aztecs 34-6, before the largest crowd of the season in<br />

Aztec Bowl.<br />

The Marines took a narrow 14-6 halftime lead and then<br />

scored 20 big points in the second half to turn bac~ the<br />

Aztecs for the first time in eight straight games. Playmg<br />

without the services of Kern Carson throughout most of the<br />

game SDS was unable to move against the Marines.<br />

Guard Lloyd McCoy puts on pass rush.<br />

Giving up an early first period touchdown the Aztecs<br />

rallied behind Carson to take a 20-6 half time lead. The<br />

Aztecs matched the Tigers' two second-half tallies and then<br />

played heads up football to take the big win.<br />

UOP, who was ranked 8th in the nation in major college<br />

.defense with 88 yards per game, gave up 326 yards to coach<br />

Coryell and his mighty offensive scoring machine.<br />

End Mike Collins pulls in pass in MCRD<br />

game.<br />

Joe Gibbs<br />

Jim Stauber<br />

Guard John Godden pulls do F '<br />

Beau Carter from behind. wn resno s ace quarterback<br />

George Farrell<br />

62<br />

Gary Romero<br />

John Butler


Porlee Paces Harriers<br />

10 CCAA Crown<br />

Front row from left: Jim <strong>San</strong>dlin, Ron Greenig, Mat Anderson, Robert Baldwin, Doug Bishop,<br />

Charles Amos, Steve Taylor, John Campbell, Dean LawLaugh, Charles Guthrie.<br />

Row 2: Jay Gutowski (Assistant Coach), Gabby Escalera, Joe Chambers, Warren Goedert,<br />

Larry Dubbs, Jerry Beavers, Lynn Hull, Grant Mayer, Lee Burkett, Gary Hart, Pat Curran,<br />

John Quigley.<br />

Row 3: Roger Mumby, Larry Guske, Gary Duncan, John Boyles, Bob Williams, Aubrey<br />

Woodroof, Gerald Gray, Bob Korzep, Gene Anderson, Don Royal, Mike Bouchard, Jack<br />

McEncroe, Tom Barrnet, Larry Fernandez, Kim Gifford, Dick Wells (Head Coach.<br />

Ernie Portee<br />

JV Gridders Display<br />

New Talent<br />

Led by the excellent passing attack of QB Steve<br />

T~yl?r, the Aztec Papooses sported a split season,<br />

wInnIng 3 and losing 3. Taylor's favorite targets<br />

were ends Tom Barnett and John Boyles while<br />

the ground attack was led by hard charging bull,<br />

Dale Hawley. Don Royal, Guard, and Center Bob<br />

Korzep, also played key roles in the Papoose's<br />

tough schedule. This year's team, deeper and more<br />

experie~ced than the previous year, won over<br />

Oceanside jC., <strong>San</strong> Fernando Valley TV and Lana<br />

Beach <strong>State</strong> JV, while losino to USC and UCLA<br />

Frosh and Imperial Valley College.<br />

The Aztec Harriers paced by Ernie Portee, Jim<br />

Montgomery and Mik; Golden, ?reezed t~ough<br />

the cinder fields to bnng <strong>San</strong> DIego <strong>State</strong> ItS 10th<br />

CCAA Championship in 12 years. Portee ran the<br />

L.A. <strong>State</strong> 3.2 mile course in 15: 38.7 to break the<br />

16.21 record set by James Carrol of U.C.S.~. the<br />

previous year. The Aztecs were rated the third<br />

best Cross Country squad in the state after<br />

winning over such teams as Long Beach <strong>State</strong> and<br />

U.S.C.<br />

John Boyles<br />

Bob Williams hurdles off tackle for small gain.<br />

First row left to right: Lowe (Mgr.), Roge~, Borden, Olson, Haverlandt, Riley, Jackson.<br />

Second row: Phillips, Shields, kPoGrtee,WD~ifl\~oli~~y Elbel (not shown).<br />

Third row: Montgomery, Hac, ay, 1 oug y, ,<br />

65


Larry Meek goes up for a jump shot.<br />

George Roberts does it the easy way.<br />

Bob Mackey hooks it in for another <strong>State</strong> basket.<br />

Varsity Basketball<br />

Jack and the Giants Sport Thrilling Season<br />

SEASON<br />

RESULTS<br />

SDSC<br />

68 Cal Poly (Pomona) 58<br />

66 Pepperdine 74<br />

67 Whittier 64<br />

68 <strong>University</strong> of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> 49<br />

55 Denver 81<br />

52 Regis 58<br />

74 Colorado <strong>State</strong> 73<br />

57 Utah <strong>State</strong> 101<br />

65 Regis 64(OT)<br />

59 Iowa <strong>State</strong> <strong>University</strong> 72<br />

73 <strong>San</strong> Francisco <strong>State</strong> 63<br />

77 Redlands 50<br />

82 Los Angeles <strong>State</strong> 81<br />

65 Fresno <strong>State</strong> 60(OT)<br />

65 Cal Poly (SLO) 58<br />

84 Whittier College 81<br />

65 <strong>San</strong> Fernando Valley 59<br />

60 <strong>University</strong> of California<br />

at <strong>San</strong>ta Barbara 71<br />

85 Long Beach <strong>State</strong> 80(OT)<br />

55 Pepperdine 51<br />

86 Los Angeles <strong>State</strong> 83(OT)<br />

56 Fresno <strong>State</strong> 64<br />

75 Cal Poly (SLO) 64<br />

86 <strong>San</strong> Fernando Valley <strong>State</strong> 77<br />

66 U. C. <strong>San</strong>ta Barbara 71<br />

63 Long Beach <strong>State</strong> 78<br />

A first place tie and a bid to the regional college play-offs were lost as the unpredictable<br />

occured in the California Collegiate Athletic Association basketball race. The<br />

Aztecs suffered a 78-63 loss to fifth place Long Beach <strong>State</strong>. An SDS win would have<br />

meant a CCAA deadlock. The Aztecs ended up tied with <strong>San</strong>ta Barbara for second<br />

place with an 8-4 record. The Aztecs were hurt with the ineligibility of center Bob<br />

Mackey and forward Frosty Glithero in the middle of the season. George Roberts took<br />

over and did an exceptional job in the pivot spot left vacant by Mackey. The<br />

Montezumans were paced by 5' 9" Jack Shawcroft the hard driving, hard fighting<br />

"little big man" on the team. In the many overtime games the Aztecs had this season<br />

it was Shawcroft who came through calmly and cooly moving the Aztecs to one of<br />

the toughest teams on the West Coast. Standing along Shawcroft was Larry Meek a<br />

6' 6" forward who shoots like a guard and rebounds like a center. Other men who<br />

contributed to the Aztecs successful season were Tony Garnier, Jim "Bones" Bowers,<br />

Clyde Hadley and Tim Jones.<br />

Larry Willis<br />

Stop, thief!<br />

Jim Bowers<br />

Tom Tenney<br />

Jack Shawcroft<br />

Look, up in the sky, it's a bird ...<br />

OT -Overtime<br />

66


f<br />

J<br />

,<br />

\<br />

--<br />

Larry Meek<br />

Tony Gamier<br />

Tony Garnier goes up for the tip<br />

Larry Meek 20, has more than a handful.<br />

Bob Mackey<br />

Clyde Hadley<br />

Anyone for the Minuet?<br />

Forrest Glithero<br />

Bill Marseilles<br />

George Roberts springs high above Cal Poly player.<br />

. .. And into the stretch it's 24 Jack Shawcroft ...<br />

Fritz Ziegenfuss<br />

George Roberts<br />

Tim Jones<br />

George Roberts 30 shoots hook shot as Larry Meek looks<br />

on in astonishment.<br />

69


"Owh", seems to say George Roberts<br />

as he's fou led by Cal Poly forward.<br />

Season starters, from left. Bob Mackey, Larry Meek, Tony Garnier, Clyde Hadley and Jim<br />

Bowers<br />

Ziegenfuss,<br />

up for a jump-shot<br />

Larry<br />

Meek scores an easy bucket.<br />

Bob Mackey's deadly hook proved fatal to many teams.<br />

Hard driving Jack Shawcroft breaks through the<br />

saving lay-ins enemy defenses for one of his many game<br />

Look-out, here it comes.<br />

"Just walk on by".<br />

71


Freshman<br />

Basketball<br />

Bang! You're dead.<br />

Row 1, from left: Gary Martin, John Shemke, Paul Janiki.<br />

Row 2: Ed Applegate, Mike Bladow, Craig Nettles, Ed Perez, Tim Arnett.<br />

Row 3: Coach Benton, Dick Pierce, Craig Ohmen, Gabe Zovani, Rolland Heim, Chris<br />

Crawford, Bob Oliver.<br />

Perez Leads Frosh Roundballers<br />

Ed Perez drives toward basket . . .<br />

~: J~~7;dele.fi~dl~m ~~;;:eE{ Bill M;arseilles, Jack Shawcroft, Ed Cadis, Glenn Smith, Mgr,<br />

Row 3: Coach Georg~'Ziegenfu~aiorI~a{~~es, Dave Bankert, Tom Tenney, Fritz ~i~genfuss.<br />

Roberts, Forrest Glithero, Assista~t Coach, L~ieLOi~n~eek, Tony Garmer, Larry WIllis, George<br />

With four games remaining to be played,<br />

the Frosh court men have piled up an<br />

11-5-1 record due to the fine efforts of Ed<br />

Perez, Dick Pierce and Craig Nettles.<br />

With a lack of height over previous years,<br />

the Papooses have still given larger<br />

opponents a run for their money .<br />

. . . and makes it.<br />

Tim Jones puts a hex<br />

on Iowa <strong>State</strong> forward.<br />

Bob Mackey lays f ; h<br />

Whittier Poets. one up or an easy two against t e<br />

72


Waler<br />

Babies Go Winless•..••<br />

Gain Experience<br />

.-<br />

.\".~<br />

('!.<br />

:.,I<br />

.... -<br />

Front row (left to right) Ja Who B b B<br />

Row 2: Dale Schwicker (Co~~h ite, ~. rown,. Don Hutchinson, Dennis Tilton.<br />

Gene Ambrosia not shown RoJkySHtaanyWdeJlhaGms, RBlchSchwarten, Dick Shultz, Larry Raymond,<br />

, , n, ary urson,<br />

Take that you fink.<br />

Row I, from left: Joe Hall, Pat Bennett, Tommy Logans, Denny Berg, Merrel Davis, Frank<br />

Brown, Dale Kernes, Orville Hay, John Davies.<br />

Row 2: Ichiro Nakanishi, assistant coach, Steve Sparks, Larimore Cummins, Pete Burgert, Pat<br />

Curren, Lloyd McCoy, Coach Harry Broadbent, Morris Akers, Dennis Payne, Bill Clauder.<br />

Matmen Fall to Fourth • In CCAA<br />

Coach Dale Schwicker's 1962 Water Polo tea I .<br />

starts. The new varsity sport however d m p ayed host to SIXdefeats in as many<br />

at the start of the season. With the ret~ rna tBa; b~ter showing than was expected<br />

Tilton, the 1963 poloists should bring t m ~ Ig uns Bob Brown, and Dennis<br />

years to come. 0 ontezuma Mesa a recognized power in<br />

Dale Kernes throws his man to the mat.<br />

II<br />

This is mine, your rubber swan<br />

IS over there.<br />

The Aztec wrestling team finished the season placing fourth in the<br />

California Collegiate Athletic Association championships which were<br />

held at <strong>San</strong> Fernando <strong>State</strong>. Cal Poly of <strong>San</strong> Luis Obispo dethroned<br />

the defending champion Aztecs totaling 75 points in the all day<br />

tournament. Fresno <strong>State</strong> followed with 60 points; Long Beach<br />

<strong>State</strong> placed third with 59; and the Aztecs finished with 57 points.<br />

In a non-league match before the CCAA play-offs the Aztecs shutout<br />

Cal Poly of Pomona 36-0, and wound up with a 9-4 overall<br />

dual meet mark and a 4-2 CCAA record. In the play-offs Merrel<br />

Davis gained the only fall in the championship finals; Lloyd McCoy,<br />

the only fall in the consolation finals; and Frank Brown the fastest<br />

fall in the tournament, 22 seconds. Davis was runner-up in the<br />

balloting for the most valuable wrestler of the tournament.<br />

Bob Brown, 28, moves in to block goal attempt.<br />

75


--<br />

Pat Bennett's head, right, is the only part identifiable.<br />

Pat Curren<br />

Tommy Logans<br />

Under the watchful eye of the referee.<br />

Frank Brown<br />

Orville Hay<br />

Merrel Davis<br />

Lloyd McCoy<br />

Pat Curren had no trouble pinning his man.<br />

John Davies<br />

Dennis Payne in victory over Cal Poly opponent.<br />

Bill Clauder at that last strenuous moment.<br />

Hey, take it easy will you?<br />

n


Darryl Nelson-High-point man<br />

Norm McMillan-Pole<br />

Vault<br />

Row 1, (from left): Larry Carman, Glen O'Classen, Gary Lindstrom, Ron Frindt, Ian Jackson,<br />

Jeff Bada, Mario Mendez.<br />

Row 2: Tony Sucec, Jerry Beavers, Ray Reichert, Jim Webb, Argee West, Ron Humphrey,<br />

Darryl Nelson, Ernie Portee.<br />

Row 3: Coach Choc Sportsman, Bill Gould, AlIen Shields, <strong>San</strong>dy Svatko, Dennis Baxter, Rich<br />

Howell, Ken Fallon, Warner Willoughby, John Combs, Mike Golden.<br />

Nelson Leads Montezuma Cindermen<br />

Coach Choc Sportsman<br />

Varsity Track<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Svatko<br />

~ Mile<br />

The Aztec thinclads gained momentum as the<br />

season progressed. Led by versatile track and<br />

field star Darryl Nelson, the team set several<br />

records. Nelson was called one of the finest all..<br />

round track men to hit SDS in many years. Also<br />

adding to the successful season was pole vaulter<br />

Norm McMillan, who topped a long standing<br />

mark, and Ken Fallon, Bill Gould, Ron Humphrey,<br />

Don Kalmer, Jim Montgomery and Ernie<br />

Portee. The team was coached by freshman<br />

coach Dick Wells in the absence of Coach Choe<br />

Sportsman. A 30-year veteran of the track oval<br />

Sportsman went to Japan during the spring to '<br />

conduct track clinics at the request of the<br />

U.S. <strong>State</strong> Department.<br />

Bill Gould-Hurdles<br />

Ernie Portee<br />

Distance runner<br />

-


Bill Gould goes over the high hurdles.<br />

Ken Fallon, high jump<br />

Darryl Nelson flashes across the finish line.<br />

"Let's twist again . . "<br />

Ron Humphrey<br />

Darryl Nelson, high point man.<br />

Ray Reichert, pole vault<br />

"Look mom! It's Superman."<br />

Norm McMillan


I<br />

Row 1, from left: Bill Hickman, Gary Bishop, Jim Curtis, Herb Dickard, Galen Borden, Rick<br />

Heckler, Gavin Riley, Rick Hedrick.<br />

Row 2: Coach Sportsman, Lantz Lewis, Richard Bullock, Dave Sheets, Dave Gilmore, Mike<br />

Gay, Larry Godfrey, Doug Whithers, Dennis Creason, Doug Bishop, Coach Wells.<br />

Row 3: Bob Williams, Bradley Baer, Steve Brown, Tim Dragila, Frank Swiderski, Matthew<br />

Anderson, Jim Poole, Ted Hack, Conrad Lingenfelder, Ray Napier.<br />

JV Cinder Men Show Great Promise<br />

... New Frosh Records Set<br />

The 1963 Freshman track team was well on its way to<br />

setting many records. The four man teams of Heckler,<br />

Whithers, Godfrey and Bullock broke the mile relay record<br />

with a time of 3.23: 6. Bishop set a javelin record with a<br />

cast of 192' 1Y2" and Baer threw the discus 131 feet, also<br />

for a record.<br />

Row I, (from left): Coach Smith, Maxey, Carasco, Frabotta, Serrano, ~urphy, Johnson, Force.<br />

Row 2: Mann, Cota, Cohen, Marseilles, Estavillo, Lefler, Kramer, MIchaels.<br />

Row 3: McGhee, Koenig, Branstetter, Flesner, Marr, Grove .<br />

CCAA Flag at Stake<br />

for Aztec Nine<br />

Varsity<br />

Baseball<br />

The Aztec nine had a 2-1 conference mark in the<br />

California Collegiate Athletic Association by<br />

April 5. The team's record was 9-4 going<br />

into three contests with Fresno <strong>State</strong>.<br />

SDS baseball coach Charlie Smith was at the<br />

helm for the 27th season as the Aztecs fielded one<br />

of the youngest clubs in the college's history.<br />

Off to a good start, the team scored its first run<br />

of the season in the SFU game on a homer by<br />

Bob Estavillo in the first inning.<br />

Others helping in the successful season included<br />

Larry Kramer, Stan Michaels, Mike McGhee,·<br />

Gary Branstetter, Dave Flesner, V.ance Ga/?e,<br />

Ray Koenig, Mike Murphy and BlII Marseilles.<br />

ri'~ug Bishop casts the javelin.<br />

F~om left: Larry Godfrey, Doug Whithers, Richard Bullock and<br />

Rick Heckler 10 the mile relay.<br />

82<br />

83


"Hey, you can't fit in my mit."<br />

The Aztec pitching staff.<br />

"Honest, umpire, I didn't mean to hit him."<br />

Out at first base.<br />

Bruce Cohen Gary Branstetter John Frabotta<br />

Out!<br />

"And there it goes."<br />

Mike McGhee, strike one.<br />

Bruce Cohen hits a line drive to center field for a single.<br />

Here comes a bunt.<br />

"Who left the trash can on the mound?"<br />

Stan "Buck" Michaels<br />

The grandstand overlooking home plate.


Vance Gage<br />

Pete Force<br />

"Congratulations!<br />

Nice homer."<br />

The Aztec diamond<br />

"Come on, hurry up!"<br />

"Tiiimberrr !" Mike McGhee Bob Estavillo<br />

The Aztec infielders<br />

" .. besides, what g-ood does it do to wear hard hats?"<br />

The Aztec outfielders 87


Ray Koenig<br />

Mike Murphy<br />

Mike McGhee makes the catch for the out.<br />

Whittier catcher makes the out as Aztecs Vance Gage and Dave<br />

Flesner look on.<br />

Bob Estavillo, one of the Aztecs' leading hitters. Ray Koenig makes the stop in left field to prevent a double.<br />

A Pepperdine<br />

player makes a lunge for third base,<br />

Norm Marr has been a real asset to the Aztec crusade.<br />

Little Jim Mann k f hi ,<br />

rna es up or IS size on the mound.


From left: Dennis Trout,<br />

shown.<br />

Ron Bronk, John Emrich, John Lehton, Jim Quilty. John Wallen not<br />

Frosh<br />

Baseball<br />

Row 1, from left: Rice, Serafin, Lang, Gunter, Campbell, McIntosh.<br />

Row 2: Ca~panella, Horne, Payne, Gray, Russell, Beveridge.Everett.<br />

Row 3: Cassie, Anderson, Coach Olsen, Rupe, Weir, Griswold, Powers,Sitcoscy,<br />

Wyatt.<br />

This year's frosh baseball team opened the season with two defeats in as many starts<br />

r~ePapooses, however, should gain enough experience to pull out of the slump for ~<br />

airly successful season. They lost to Point Lorna High School and South-Western<br />

~ollege. The te~ is paced by Tom Lang, Bob Sitcoscy and 'Jim Rupe, Sitcoscy has<br />

s own great promise and should be a real asset to the team.<br />

Azlec Nellers Have High ((AA Hopes<br />

Varsity<br />

Tennis<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s tennis squad, under the coaching of Al Olsen, was 1-0 in<br />

California Collegiate Athletic Association competition and had a 5-1-1 overall<br />

mark as of April 1. Led by the outstanding doubles play of J~hn Wallen,<br />

Dennis Trout, Jim Quilty and John Lehton and undefeated singles man Ron<br />

Bronk the Aztecs had a good chance to bring a championship to Montezuma Mesa.<br />

Bronk: in his third year with the Aztecs, was also undefeated in doubles play.<br />

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Tom Lang slides into first base.<br />

John<br />

Wallen<br />

Coach Al Olsen<br />

Dennis Trout<br />

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Row 1 from left: Smith, Brav, Staulb, Keyes, Foggy, MacBeth, Shacklin, Curtis, Brown.<br />

Row 2': Graham, Livingston, Kilpatrick, Piper, Hale, Madigan, McCambridge, OdIe, Bean,<br />

Taylor<br />

Row 3: Thomas, Plum, Hilton, Rea, Schroder, Dieb, Squiggly, Chafin, Phral, Miller,<br />

Merimontez, Ivey, Coach Mattarocci.<br />

Unidentified<br />

Aztecs fight for possession of ball.<br />

Earl Hale<br />

Aztec Ruggers on the Move<br />

Randy Chafin has shown much improvement. ... Greatly Improved<br />

• ?<br />

Come on Huey, way don't you share It.<br />

Coach Frank Mattarocci's fast-improving Aztec rugby team was well<br />

on its way to a Southern California Rugby Union championshi}?<br />

The Aztecs,backed up by hard hitting David Lay, Randy Chafm,<br />

Gil Warren and Joe Rockhold, have been holding tough teams in<br />

the SCRD. Just as rugby was gaining much student interest on<br />

campus it faced a major setback due to lack of funds and a full-time<br />

coaching staff. The Aztecs in their first year of varsity status had<br />

shown great promise.<br />

Sonny Hilton<br />

Paul Plumb<br />

Ernie Dronenberg, center, is all hands on this one.<br />

Bob Prahl<br />

Look out! Everyone<br />

head for cover.<br />

Mike Madigan<br />

Dave Marimontez, captain


Row 1, from left: Terry Klemetsrud, Dennis Johnston, Robin Halley, Jerry Gaudet, Lee Olson,<br />

Skip Spindler (Frosh team).<br />

Row 2: Michael Johnston, Fred Kasch, Thomas Bates, Gary Becker, Terry McPherson, Robert<br />

Burkholder, Dave Sleet, Dr. Fred Kasch, coach.<br />

Varsity<br />

Gymnastics<br />

Led by three-year lettermen Fred Kasch Jr. and Gary Becker, the<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> gymnastic squad opened its season with a defeat by<br />

Long Beach, 1962 CCAA champions. As <strong>Del</strong> Sud went to press the<br />

Aztec gymnasts won 3 and lost 2, winning against <strong>San</strong> Francisco<br />

<strong>State</strong>, Brigham Young <strong>University</strong>, and El Camino College while<br />

losing to Long Beach <strong>State</strong> and Los Angeles <strong>State</strong>. Kasch is the<br />

CCAA All-Around events champion while Becker's specialty is the<br />

trampoline. The all-around competition involves six Olympic events:<br />

free exercise, side horse, long horse, horizontal bar, parallel bars<br />

and the stilI rings.<br />

Pretty Diane Zervas does a front leaning rest.<br />

Bob Burkholder does a fldy!ngC~AAi~tI962~he<br />

side horse. He was secon In<br />

Dave Sleet flies through the air in a somersault.<br />

,<br />

/<br />

Gary Becker on the trampoline was<br />

second in CCAA in 1962.<br />

Fred Kasch Jr. on the horizontal bar. Kasch was<br />

1st in CCAA and California <strong>State</strong> in the AII-<br />

Around event in 1961-62.<br />

Tom Bates on the<br />

parallel bars.<br />

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Look out below!<br />

Darrel Holmgren on the starting stand.<br />

Row 1, from left: Ron Buttemure, Martin Fitzurka, Don Seibert, Joe Bramante, Don Frinell,<br />

Rick Evans, Jon Ewing.<br />

Row 2: Dr. William C. Burgess, coach; Lance Lembeck, Stan Williams, Darrell Holmgren, Dave<br />

Szuch, Jack Inhofe, Mark Bruce, Mike Towles.<br />

Jon Ewing does a one and one half twist.<br />

Hey coach, there's a bug on my leg.<br />

Varsity<br />

Swimming<br />

Joe Bramante goes into a backward<br />

dive from the high board.<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s swimming team opened its 1963 season on a<br />

winning note, with a close 49-46 win over a much improved<br />

<strong>University</strong> of California <strong>San</strong>ta Barbara squad, at Peterson Gym<br />

Pool. <strong>Del</strong> Sud, however, had to go to press before the Aztecs really<br />

got into the season. The Aztecs' top trio were freestyler Mark Bruce,<br />

butterfly and breaststroker Dave Szuch and backstroker Darrell<br />

Holmgren. Szuch captured three events against the Guachos while<br />

Bruce came through with two blue ribbons and Holmgren, one.<br />

The best time of the .day was by Szuch in the 200 yard breaststroke.<br />

He toured the distance in 2 minutes, 28.9 seconds to break his own<br />

school mark of 2: 30.5 set last year and he also set a new pool record.<br />

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From left: Jack Boisen, Tony Grindl, Bob Hall, Ron Hog-an, George Braun, assistant coach;<br />

Coxswain John Davies, front; Dick Shultz, Bill Ginn, Joe Roberts, Charles Chiles.<br />

Junior Varsity<br />

From left: Bud Alexander, Howie Dodson, Dick Clark, Gary Dunsmore, Coach <strong>Del</strong> Beekley,<br />

Coxswain Pete Knudsen. -<br />

Kneeling, Doug Reid, Don Hilts, Gordon Sutuorius, Doug- Houser.<br />

Varsity Crew Completes SO Mile Row<br />

Row 1, (from left): Mike Moser, Coxswain Bob Quillin, John Macevich.<br />

Row 2: Bob Swanson, Tom Clark, Bill Hanna, Larry Raymond, Bill Wilson, Bob Mummey,<br />

Bart Stein, Steve Allen, Coach <strong>Del</strong> Beekley.<br />

"Which one of. you guys took my<br />

pants?"<br />

Varsity<br />

Freshmen<br />

Beginning its third year of competition, the varsity crew was supported by last<br />

year's championship freshman crew. At Long Beach, the crew managed to place<br />

third. The freshman placed second to LB and beat Orange Coast and SC. The<br />

varsity crew later rowed against Loyola, Stanford, UCLA, Oregon <strong>State</strong>, LBSC,<br />

"Whose idea was it to ram the door?"<br />

Washington <strong>State</strong>, <strong>University</strong> of British Columbia, Orange Coast and USC.<br />

The varsity crew in a physical fitness stunt rowed 50 miles around <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

Bay under 7Y2 hours, to prove that by land or by sea endurance is required.<br />

• -<br />

"Fifty miles, are you nuts or something?"<br />

"Hey Coach! Someone pulled the plug."


IFC and Intramural<br />

Sports<br />

With both major and minor sports on the slate, the intramural<br />

and inter-fraternity sports have become an integral part of the<br />

SDS campus life. For the tenth consecutive year the Sigma Chi's<br />

continue to reign over the major fraternity sports program,<br />

capturing the overall intramural championship by maintaining<br />

the highest point total. Toltec Hall west leads the Independent<br />

league while Kappa Alpha Psi leads the minor fraternity league.<br />

\<br />

Mike Wimbush clears the low hurdles in IFC track.<br />

Row 1, (from left): Gary Kline, John Carter, Frank Merhar, Ron Fox, Coach Frank Scott.<br />

Row 2: Hervey Simmons, Jack Button, Boyd Dennis, Ed Gabrielson, Denny Mays.<br />

Aztec Golfers Nationally<br />

Ranked<br />

"Mommy!<br />

Mommy!"<br />

Student vs, Faculty game,<br />

All-Sports Night Open<br />

House.<br />

"Take that you grimmies."<br />

Coach Frank Scott's golf team, defending champions in the CCAA, are led by<br />

outstanding divotmen Frank Merhar, Ron Fox, Jack Button, Denny Mays, and<br />

Hervey Simmons. Merhar, a <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> City College transfer, has shot the lowest<br />

round as of April 3, with a score of 72. Fox, a freshman from Crawford High<br />

School, has won many area championships. The team, perennially ranked<br />

one of the nation's top ones, is composed almost entirely of new men.<br />

Keith Richardson, Sigma Chi, clears the bar.<br />

Charlie Kahan, representing <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong><br />

in the California Collegiate Weightlifting Championships<br />

at Berkeley, set four records with as<br />

many lifts, totaling 750 pounds. All four lifts<br />

were records in his lSI-pound class.<br />

"Think the coach will buy some more<br />

balls?"<br />

Ron Fox<br />

Frank<br />

Merhar<br />

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GREEKS<br />

Coach Coryell has brought winning<br />

ways back to Montezuma Mesa.<br />

"Corne and get it."<br />

Spring Practice Is Preview to Promising 1963 Season<br />


Alpha Chi Omega<br />

Alpha Chi's Boast<br />

Gothic Structure<br />

The Gamma Nu chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was initiated from the local in 1950.<br />

Alpha Chi's installed the bells that hang in the Main Arch. The sorority's<br />

philanthropy is the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults. Most recent<br />

accomplishment is their new chapter house. Major activities ... traditional Dad's<br />

Day and Mother's Tea ... "Skate So Others Can Walk". Campus standouts ...<br />

Anne Brownell, Barbara Maloney, Sharlyn Lipsey, Cap and Gown ... Dominie<br />

Cappadonna, Barbara Maloney, Marylee Hogan, Angel Flight ... Bev Slocum,<br />

AWS publicity chairman, Daily Aztec. Officers ... Barbara Maloney, president .<br />

Marigene Swerdfeger, Dominie Cappadonna, vice presidents ... Tina Templeton,<br />

secretary ... Kaye Herman, treasurer ...<br />

Sharon Lynch<br />

Joy Moody<br />

Susie Sperr<br />

Barbara Maloney<br />

<strong>San</strong>di Owens<br />

Melinda Thomas<br />

Franny Maloney<br />

Shaula Paul<br />

Paula Trask<br />

Joal Maloney<br />

Claudia Peck<br />

Tana Tuttle<br />

Anita Marion<br />

Valerie Rose<br />

Kathy Upshaw<br />

Bunny Mattek<br />

Joyce Skoglund<br />

Robin Vail<br />

Susie Jennings<br />

<strong>San</strong>dr a McClain<br />

Shari Stancil<br />

Sharon Waxon<br />

Jean Kumberg<br />

Judy Michael<br />

Carolyn Stuhrman<br />

Diane Zervas<br />

t<br />

Altogether now, 1-2-3 ...<br />

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Joan Bartels Mona Basich Marilyn Boland Linda Brown<br />

Shirley Clark Anne Brownell<br />

Cheryl Cole Carol Creighton<br />

Dominie Cappadonna Carol Chastain Joyce Clark<br />

Penny Crowder ,-<br />

Terry Donaldson Marlane Dunn<br />

Shannon Crowley<br />

Nancy Dunn<br />

Angela <strong>Del</strong>laTorre<br />

Kathy Engelbrecht<br />

Pat Depew Jill De Selm<br />

Bonnie Haefer Brook Harper<br />

Joyce Folts<br />

Sheryl Hatfield<br />

Stephenie Gorton<br />

Sue Henry<br />

Shiela Grim Sue Holt<br />

Kaye Herman Marylee Hogan Kathy Holmes Barbara Howard 105


Alpha<br />

Epsilon<br />

I'<br />

AE Is New Panhellenic Member;<br />

Ties Homecoming Sweepstakes<br />

Alpha Epsilon, the only local sorority on campus, was founded in 1960. In 1962, the<br />

sorority was asked to become an associate member of Panhellenic. AE's philanthropy<br />

is the Nazareth Home for Orphans. Activities for the year included ... tie for<br />

sweepstakes award for AE-ATO Homecoming float ... AE Mardi Gras costume<br />

dance ... Spring Formal. Campus leaders ... Carolyn Myers, AS secretary, chairman<br />

of the Public Relations Speakers Bureau, Homecoming attendant. Officers .<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Hoffing, president ... Sheila Gibson, vice president . . . Marion Zmora,<br />

secretary ... Sharyn Snyder, treasurer ...<br />

Jodi Roesman<br />

Linda Seidner<br />

N aomie Turner<br />

Nellie Ross<br />

Sharon Snyder<br />

Eleanor Weiss<br />

Judy Schultz<br />

Sharon Stevens<br />

Marsha Weiss<br />

Roberta Schwartz<br />

Frances Swede<br />

Barb at a Weissenberg<br />

Sue Schwartz<br />

Jan Tilds<br />

Helene Zealand<br />

Ilene schutman<br />

Myrna Turest<br />

Marion Zmora<br />

I don't have a safety pin either!<br />

That's the longest hot dog I've ever seen<br />

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Gail Bobrof<br />

Barbara Finerman<br />

Layne Herrmann<br />

Sue Masliah<br />

Shirley Barad<br />

Marilyn Gelman<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Hoffing<br />

Eileen Menachem<br />

Bonnie Belkin<br />

Sheila Gibson<br />

Joni Knox<br />

Carolyn Myers<br />

Geran Blate<br />

Janice Gordon<br />

Winnie Krone<br />

Elaine Moss<br />

Marsha Davis<br />

Judy Gottlieb<br />

Marti Leland<br />

Rachel Ness<br />

Carol Feurzeig<br />

Gerry Hammil<br />

Marilyn Levy<br />

Ellen Okun<br />

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Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>la<br />

Alpha Gam Social Year Included Banquets, Formals<br />

The local <strong>Del</strong>ta Eta, was initiated into Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta in 1949. The<br />

philanthropy of the chapter is working with the Sunshine School. Major activities<br />

for the year ... Spring Formal ... Mothers' Day Banquet ... Christmas Dance ..<br />

International Reunion Day. Outstanding Alpha Gams ... Penny Rutledge,<br />

Panhellenic vice president, AWS representative ... Ruth Reichert, Spurs. Officers<br />

... Joan Nelson, president ... Ann Oslund, vice president ... Carol Steinmetz,<br />

secretary ... Linda Jones, treasurer ... Jackie Law atch<br />

Ruth Reichert<br />

Sally Logan<br />

Penny Rutl dge<br />

Bobbie Floore<br />

Linda Muir<br />

Carol Steinmetz<br />

Nancy Isenhour<br />

Ellen Newcom<br />

Cia Ann Vaughan<br />

Doris j ahn<br />

Ann Oslund<br />

Emily Webb<br />

Gerry Korn<br />

Ellen pfadenhauer<br />

Judy Wilson<br />

Now when the really big pumpkin arrives ...<br />

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Kris Amundson<br />

Diane DeVinney<br />

JUdy Harris<br />

Diane Baker<br />

Nancy Dryer<br />

Pat Harvey<br />

Sharon Barrows<br />

Jeanne Ellis<br />

Barbara Hedrick<br />

Lorr aine Buerkle<br />

Ann Fredricks<br />

Nancy Hosto<br />

Sally Clark<br />

Adrienne Gerhardt<br />

Lynda Huckaby<br />

Nancy Coleman<br />

Norma Giannone<br />

Lynn Hurts<br />

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Alpha<br />

Phi<br />

Alpha Phi's Stress Scholarship; Play Football<br />

In 1949 the Phi Kappa local was chartered as the Gamma Alpha chapter of Alpha<br />

Phi. The sorority's philanthropy is the Heart Association. On the social calendar<br />

was ... Founder's Day Banquet ... Christmas Formal ... Faculty Tea .. Heart<br />

Fund Drive ... Pledges vs. Sig Ep Pledges in Charity Football Game. Outstanding<br />

women on campus ... Suzanne Gaughen, AWS president, Cap and Gown,<br />

Homecoming attendant ... Andi Tromblee, AWS cultural chairman ... Jeanne<br />

Lomac, songleader Linda Meddock, Maya Hall president. Officers . . . Barbara<br />

Jensen, president Jan Watson, vice president ... Susan Nachant, secretary<br />

Peggy Fountain, treasurer ...<br />

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i.,<br />

(i> ••<br />

,.-.- .. ..~<br />

-.<br />

.<br />

Marsha<br />

McDonald<br />

Sue Nachant<br />

Sherri Sharpe<br />

Sue Stevenson<br />

Diane<br />

McQueen<br />

Nikki Nord<br />

Sheila Shay<br />

Nancy Strong<br />

Eloise Miller<br />

Taffy Polster<br />

Terri Sho n aker<br />

Andi Tromblee<br />

Judy Millett<br />

Paget Reid<br />

Fonda Smith<br />

Nancy Wall<br />

<strong>San</strong>dr a Mills<br />

Cookie Rogers<br />

Terry Smith<br />

Jan Watson<br />

Marion Minor<br />

Susan <strong>San</strong>ders<br />

Beverly Sodarnka<br />

Barbara Weeks<br />

Chris McDonald<br />

Jeanie Myers<br />

Margie Scholl<br />

Bobbie Spear<br />

Vicki<br />

Wiegand<br />

Pene McDonald<br />

Bobbie Munson<br />

Donna Serio<br />

Barbara Spurgeon<br />

Allison Woodroof<br />

J<br />

Susan Acord<br />

Marilyn Brunner<br />

Janet Gibson<br />

Paula Kimmerling<br />

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Barbar a Anderson<br />

Diane Clasen<br />

Melodi e Giffin<br />

Eddie Klenke<br />

Sue Babbe<br />

Dustin Dearing<br />

Linda Harbaugh<br />

Nancy Klopfenstein<br />

Kathy Baker<br />

Suzy Doeg<br />

Nancy Hillsen<br />

Jeanne Lomac<br />

Pat Bartlet<br />

Carol Ferguson<br />

Marie Hoff<br />

Nancy Larkey<br />

Melanie Bouer<br />

Barbara Ferver<br />

Marilyn Hoff<br />

Carol Maggio<br />

Mary Brayton<br />

Peggy Fountain<br />

Barbara Jensen<br />

Carol McDonald<br />

Judy Brigham<br />

Suzanne Gaughen<br />

Dottie Jondall<br />

Cindy Null<br />

Yeow! The judges are here.<br />

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Alpha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Alpha Xi's Take Honors with Newest House<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Chi Phi was initiated into the national sorority in 1949. Alpha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta's house<br />

is the newest on campus, being completed in November, 1962. Alpha Xi's<br />

philanthropy is the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> Orphan's Home. Major social events ... Annual Rose<br />

Ball ... Spring Picnic ... Father-Daughter Flapper Nite Scholarship Banquet<br />

and Founder's Day Banquet. Prominent women on campus Tinalee Rice, flag<br />

twirler ... Linda Williams, Homecoming committee, Jr. class council. Officers were<br />

... Joanna Williamsen, president ... Linda Garnet, vice president ... Karen Larson,<br />

secretary ... Carol Stough, treasurer ...<br />

Diane Lang<br />

Jayne Pierce<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Tipton<br />

Christine Larson<br />

Bobbie Radel<br />

Lana Wiemeyer<br />

Karen Larson<br />

Tinalee Rice<br />

Linda Williams<br />

Ann Lee<br />

Karen Schnick<br />

Mona Williams<br />

Mary Morgan<br />

Shirley Snyder<br />

Joanna Williamsen<br />

Barbara Kent<br />

Jan Murray<br />

Carol Stough<br />

Sue Ziegler<br />

We're animals at play ...<br />

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Donalee Adams<br />

Lind a Garnett<br />

Karen Barth<br />

Nancy Grimard<br />

Ramona Brown<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Harrison<br />

Loxi Caradine<br />

Carlene Hearst<br />

Robyn Conrad<br />

Sharon Hite<br />

Joyce Dyar<br />

Jaredene Homesley<br />

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Chi Omega<br />

Chi O's Stress Academics-Activities<br />

I~<br />

,<br />

Chi Omega was initiated into the Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta chapter in 1950. It stemmed from<br />

Shen-Yo, a local women's organization based on oriental traditions. The pride of the<br />

Chi O's is their beautiful new chapter house. Major social activities ... Christmas<br />

Formal ... Annual Showboat ... Dad's Night. Outstanding Chi Omegas are ...<br />

Nikki Norstrom, junior class secretary Linda Lundquist, Nancy Olson, Ginny<br />

Larkin, Sharon Holmes, Angel Flight Sharon Brown, Homecoming committee,<br />

Founder's Day chairman ... Sue Percival, Woman of Achievement, Homecoming<br />

House Decorations Committee ... <strong>San</strong>dy Rogers, Marion Pas as, Gerri Jamieson, <strong>Del</strong><br />

Sudoeste ... Marion Pasas, songleader. Officers are Judi Shaffer, president ...<br />

Alice Fox, vice president ... Melinda Melussi, secretary Marilyn Green, treasurer.<br />

Marlane Liddell<br />

Jeri Norstrom<br />

P am Prentiss<br />

Nancy Small<br />

Linda Lundquist<br />

Nikki Norstrom<br />

Robey Reno<br />

J an Sorensen<br />

Sharon Mass<br />

Nancy Olson<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Rogers<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Thorpe<br />

Melinda Melussi<br />

Marion P asas<br />

Kathy Roletto<br />

Ann Todd<br />

Lynda Moore<br />

Nilla Pate<br />

Susie Schneider<br />

Patty Watters<br />

Sue Murdock<br />

Sue Percival<br />

Vicki Schneider<br />

Liz Webster<br />

Janet Larkin<br />

Wendy Nelson<br />

Sharon Phelan<br />

Myra Schwartz<br />

Pam Wood<br />

Virginia Larkin<br />

Joanne Niewoehner<br />

Kay Porter<br />

Judi Shaffer<br />

Brenda Wright<br />

Nancy Akers<br />

Terry Carlisle<br />

Alice Fox<br />

Gerri Jamieson<br />

Pat Angel<br />

Diane Chapman<br />

Pam Gargas<br />

Janice Johnson<br />

Marilyn Bailey<br />

Cathy Chesrown<br />

Marilyn Green<br />

Kathy Jones<br />

Francls Baker<br />

Helene Christino<br />

Diane Gruss<br />

Carol Kidder<br />

Nikki Beckett<br />

Joyce Cordell<br />

Cheryl Heathman<br />

Gretchen Krienke<br />

Jean Bradner<br />

Lynda Conrad<br />

Sharon Holmes<br />

Cheryl Kuhn<br />

Sharon Brown<br />

Pam Drew<br />

Anne Hubley<br />

Christine<br />

Lamprou<br />

Jackie Cammack<br />

Lorr aine Faure<br />

Joan Hull<br />

Mary Lamprou<br />

But-but I don't know anything about ANY open house ...<br />

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<strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta<br />

DZ's Frost Year with Dream-Whirl Christmas Formal<br />

Alpha Sigma Chi was initiated in 1949 as the Gamma Omicron chapter of <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Zeta. In the fall of 1956 they purchased their house on College Avenue. They<br />

support their national philanthropy by working with the hard-of-hearing children<br />

at the Mark Twain School in <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong>.<br />

Outstanding social events for <strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta ... Christmas Formal ... Dream Whirl ...<br />

Founder's Day ... Annual Come-As-You-Are-Breakfast. Campus leaders ...<br />

Gerry Patterson, Panhellenic office manager ... Pat Nicholas, president Junior<br />

Panhellenic. Officers for the past year ... Loretta Brown, president ... Merilyn<br />

Beyer and Marjorie Higgs, vice presidents. . . Donna Spencer, secretary . . . Ann<br />

Stone, treasurer.<br />

Paulette<br />

Marilyn<br />

Mize<br />

Rue<br />

Pat Nicholas<br />

Mary Serwe<br />

Sylvia<br />

Marie<br />

Palmer<br />

Shoemaker<br />

Linda McCalla<br />

Gerry Patterson<br />

Donna Spencer<br />

Georgie Miller<br />

Pat Rolan<br />

Roberta Toof<br />

,<br />

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Strike three ...<br />

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Barbara Ady<br />

Merillie de Armond<br />

Joy Fitzger ald<br />

Eloise Anderson<br />

Linda Deegan<br />

Carolyn Flood<br />

Merilyn Beyrer<br />

Carol Down<br />

Marge Higgs<br />

Barbara Bradt<br />

Jeannette Dutton<br />

Dorothy Laster<br />

Loretta Brown<br />

Sue Fisher<br />

Judy Mathews<br />

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Gamma Phi Bela<br />

Gamma Phi's Swing with Polka Party--Fall Formal<br />

In 1949 the Kappa Theta local was chartered as the Beta Lambda chapter of Gamma<br />

Phi Beta. Social calendar this year included ... annual Christmas Dance Spring<br />

Polka Party. Campus leaders ... Donna Schmitz, Panhellenic treasurer Sidney<br />

Wilson, <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste ... Janet Jensen, <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste, flag twirler ... Gayle<br />

Christiansen, <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste ... Elaine Myhro, Marilou Lange, Sue Hanzlik, Angel<br />

Flight ... Linda Tripp, Cap and Gown <strong>San</strong>die Shipe, Upper Division Rep ...<br />

Joan Hancock, Daily Aztec society editor Kathee Corso, Homecoming Dance<br />

chairman. Officers ... Linda Tripp, president ... Kathee Corso and Sidney Selby"<br />

vice presidents ... Sue Hanzlik and Genie Almond, secretaries ... Sidney Wilson,<br />

treasurer.<br />

Meri Morris<br />

Pat Roberts<br />

Terry Thomas<br />

Sue Nebel-Thau<br />

Marilyn Sager<br />

Linda Tripp<br />

Ann Nolan<br />

EHen Salrn on<br />

Suzanne Upton<br />

•-...J \<br />

J<br />

~.,<br />

Sue Lindquist<br />

Pat Norton<br />

Donna Schmitz<br />

Susan Warner<br />

Pam Marckwardt<br />

Scharel Phinney<br />

Sidney Selby<br />

Ellen Wendt<br />

Sue McGowan<br />

Donna Pitts<br />

<strong>San</strong>die Shipe<br />

Sidney Wilson<br />

Doris McQuaide<br />

Diane Riggs<br />

Judy Sinclair<br />

Lynn Woodward<br />

Jan Miller<br />

Carol Roberts<br />

Linda Suiter<br />

Barbara Workman<br />

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Genie<br />

Almond<br />

Gayle Christiansen<br />

Jane Franklin<br />

Sue Hanzlik<br />

JUdy Antell<br />

Kathee Corso<br />

Gigi Gaston<br />

Ann Hawkins<br />

Dorothy Arens<br />

April Egnoski<br />

Betty Gingery<br />

Linda Honey<br />

Judy Bacon<br />

Beverly Elliot<br />

Carol Grant<br />

Janet Jensen<br />

Sue Barnard<br />

Charlene Fernald<br />

Vicki Gray<br />

Johanne Kuntz<br />

But we Gammies don't go anywhere alone ...<br />

Nancy Bragg Karen Casares<br />

Donna Floyd Adrienne Fr anklin<br />

Sue Gregory Joan Hancock<br />

Marilou Lange Pat Lazos<br />

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Kappa Alpha Thela<br />

Theta's Top in Academics, Homecoming, Spring Sing<br />

The Gamma Sigma chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was initiated from the local,<br />

Chi Theta, in 1951. Major social events ... Christmas Formal ... Scholarship<br />

Banquet ... Theta Fashion Show ... sweepstakes with Pi KA for Homecoming float.<br />

Prominent women on campus ... Julie Anthony, Margaret Doig, Millie Teawell,<br />

Angel Flight ... Barbara Woike, Cap and Gown ... Jan Woods, Nancy Winters,<br />

Cetza ... Ginger Irvine, AWS rep .... Roz Mack, SDS Debate Team, Public<br />

Relations Board Kathy Estey, LAC Board member ... Sydney LaFonta, <strong>Del</strong><br />

Sudoeste. Officers Gayle Brotherton, president ... Liz Eagle, vice president .<br />

Diana Cordova, secretary ... Mary Marston, treasurer ...<br />

t'"<br />

Dot Hartman<br />

Sue Koering<br />

Carolyn Mills<br />

Diane Roch<br />

Lael Wagner<br />

Dorothy Hatalson<br />

Sydney LaFonta<br />

Carol Monninger<br />

Carolyn Sedlock<br />

Mary Wille<br />

Terry Higgins<br />

Marilyn Lousraunou<br />

Barbar a Monteath<br />

Sali Small<br />

Ky Winchester<br />

Ginger Irvine<br />

Roz Mack<br />

Gail Moody<br />

Sue Springstead<br />

Nancy Winters<br />

Judy Johnson<br />

Linda Mahr<br />

Joyce Nelson<br />

Pat Stelzer<br />

Barbara Woike<br />

Sharon Hannaford<br />

Shirley Jorgenson<br />

Mary Marston<br />

Barbara O'Neil<br />

Millie Teawell<br />

Jan Woods<br />

Gail Hannaman<br />

Kay Kalanquin<br />

Ann McEver<br />

Joann Person<br />

Linda Thornquest<br />

Mindy Woods<br />

Sue Harris<br />

Sue Kalash<br />

Kathy Metcalf<br />

Judy Rebol<br />

Mirjana Tomas<br />

Beth Z antiny<br />

Natalie<br />

Ault<br />

Nancy Burkheimer<br />

Diana Cordova<br />

Liz Eagle<br />

Nancy Bannister<br />

Donna Cain<br />

Pam Cripe<br />

Kathy Estey<br />

Jan Bateman<br />

Robin Carr<br />

Betsy Cunningham<br />

Norma Gale<br />

Janet<br />

Bettag<br />

Margie Cash<br />

Diane Dawson<br />

Ces Godbout<br />

Betty Bradley<br />

Kathy Cholewa<br />

Juliet Deane<br />

Judi Goddard<br />

Gayle Brotherton<br />

Nancy Clements<br />

Judi Dill<br />

Julie Green<br />

Pat Burgad<br />

Janice Cook<br />

Margaret Doig<br />

Linda Griffiths<br />

Betsy Burgert<br />

Judy Coops<br />

Diane Driver<br />

Judy Hull<br />

Are you sure you want thirds?<br />

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Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

KD's Win Homecoming House<br />

Decorations--Women's<br />

First<br />

The Beta Rho chapter of Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta was founded here in 1949. The KDs<br />

purchased their house in 1959. The sorority's local philanthropy is aid to the Tijuana<br />

Orphange. Outstanding activities ... Christmas Formal White Rose Formal ...<br />

Spring Bridal Fashion Show ... Mother's Day Breakfast Women's First -<br />

Homecoming house decorations. Prominent KDs ... Peggy Bartz, Junior Panhellenic<br />

advisor ... Judy Anderson, Angel Flight ... Pat Beland, majorette ... Judy Olive,<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon. Officers ... Karen Pirnie, president ... Mary Jo Morley, vice<br />

president ... Peggy Bartz, secretary ... Judy Hinrichs, treasurer ...<br />

Barbara Krager<br />

Mary Jo Morley<br />

Rebecca Rand<br />

Virginia Thomas<br />

Vicki Lamb<br />

Teri Ooghe<br />

Lois Roberts<br />

Cheryl Toth<br />

Sylvia Lawler<br />

Mary Lou Pheil<br />

Susan Ross<br />

Andi Vace aro<br />

Judy Luxenburg<br />

Karen Pirnie<br />

Carolyn Schrock<br />

Karen Vitlip<br />

Judy Jenkins<br />

Carol Maley<br />

Deanne Powers<br />

Nancy Shaver<br />

Beverly Williams<br />

Susan Kodel<br />

Jackie McAleer<br />

Sue Pray<br />

Nancy Teter<br />

Mara Zeltins<br />

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Serno Ageno<br />

Pat Beland<br />

Ronnie Ferncase<br />

Rochelle Gosselin<br />

Judy Anderson<br />

Kathy Bell<br />

Barbara Fisler<br />

Diane Hallen<br />

Rosemarie Asaro<br />

Bette Cerveny<br />

Norma Flores<br />

Arlene Hilsen<br />

Nancy Axtell<br />

June Du Pont<br />

Beverly Ford<br />

judy Hinrichs<br />

Peggy Bartz<br />

Jackie Du Vigneard<br />

Debbie Friend<br />

Deanne Hollinger<br />

Ann Bath<br />

Diane Eaton<br />

Karen Gardner<br />

Nancy Jacques<br />

But what if KOGO doesn't WANT to be KD Kangaroo of the year ...<br />

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Pi Beta<br />

Phi<br />

Pi Phi's Boast Homecoming<br />

House Decoration<br />

California Epsilon chapter was founded on the SDS campus in 1949 when the local<br />

Phi Sigma Nu went national Pi Beta Phi. Major social events included Pi Phi<br />

Fashion Show house decorations Homecoming sweepstakes winner .<br />

Christmas Dance Dad's Night ... Pi Beta Phi Mum Sale. Prominent Pi Phis on<br />

campus Sherill Bottjer, Panhellenic president, Angel Flight, Special Events<br />

Board Linda Thompson, Freshman Woman of the Year, Freshman Rep., Angel<br />

Flight Dexter Fisher, Cap and Gown, Upper Division Rep., Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

Sweetheart, Angel Flight Peggy Hunt, Panhellenic rush chairman Claudia<br />

Pierson, Cetza president Geri Berg, Angel Flight, <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste Dena<br />

Anderson, baton twirler. Officers ... Sherill Bottjer, president ... <strong>San</strong>dy Jaworski,<br />

vice president ... Jean Hawley, secretary ... Betty Adams, treasurer.<br />

Sweepstakes<br />

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1111'11 III'.'<br />

IIII Ii<br />

•••• - ...._t_ ....."" l11';<br />

Kathy Kemper<br />

Joanne Miller<br />

Judy Roman<br />

Linda Thompson<br />

Barbara Kolar<br />

Waskah Miller<br />

Susie Ross<br />

Sara Vickers<br />

Cynthia Lundth<br />

Arlene Nothomb<br />

Ginger Rubsam<br />

Taffy Voyen<br />

Nancy Lundth<br />

Georgellen Ouellette<br />

Pam Sellman<br />

Chery 1 Walker<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Jaworski<br />

Sue MacArthur<br />

Rita Parker<br />

Gay Sharpe<br />

Joan Widel<br />

Janet Johnson<br />

Sheila MacKenzie<br />

Claudia Pierson<br />

J anell Short<br />

Linda Wood<br />

Patti Jones<br />

Janice Mayer<br />

Leslie Poehlman<br />

Nedra Snyder<br />

Nancy<br />

Zetts<br />

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Betty Adams<br />

Ann Carroll<br />

Karen Dobbs<br />

Barbara Hamren<br />

Dena Anderson<br />

Carol Cassell<br />

Carolyn Erskine<br />

Jo Hansen<br />

Geri Berg<br />

Linda Cleator<br />

Stephanie Evans<br />

Jean HaWley<br />

Sherill Bottjer<br />

Ann Cobb<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Ferguson<br />

Mary Ann HaWley<br />

Margie Boyd<br />

Jan Collins<br />

Dexter Fisher<br />

Beth Hindley<br />

Maureen Campbell<br />

Phyllis Courtney<br />

Cayle Griggs<br />

Peggy Hunt<br />

Patty Campbell<br />

Diane Crowell<br />

Brenda Hall<br />

Margie Huntington<br />

Daddy, I want to be a ...<br />

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Sigma Kappa<br />

Sigma Kappa's Prosper Academically · Socially<br />

Beta Psi chapter of Sigma Kappa, initiated in 1950, was previously a local, Tau<br />

Zeta Rho. Sigma Kappa was the first sorority to build a chapter house on campus.<br />

The local philanthropy is gerontology. The major social event this year was ...<br />

Jingle Bell Ball. Prominent women on campus ... Betty Sams, AWS Council secretary<br />

... Gail Hickcox, AWS Judiciary Board chairman ... Shirley Sheldon and Marilyn<br />

Dupree, flag corps ... Lois Bruhn, Homecoming Queen Committee chairman.<br />

Officers Lois Bruhn, president ... <strong>San</strong>dy Perman, vice president. .. Betty Sams,<br />

secretary Linda Tallinan, treasurer. ..<br />

Linda aden<br />

Betty Sams<br />

Sue Snell<br />

Liz Ogden<br />

Gayle <strong>San</strong>born<br />

Suzanne Sp atzier<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Maxwell<br />

Nancy Otey<br />

Susie Schuler<br />

Linda Tallian<br />

Pam Medine<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Perman<br />

Maryann Shank<br />

Diane Taube<br />

Linda Menzie<br />

Janet Person<br />

Barbara Shattuck<br />

Barbara Thomas<br />

Joni Merchant<br />

Lorri Petree<br />

Shirley Sheldon<br />

Pam Thompson<br />

Barbara Miller<br />

Penny Pickup<br />

Marlene Smith<br />

Joyce Vick<br />

Sharon Moelar<br />

Cindy Runyan<br />

Pat Smith<br />

Mandy Wilson<br />

What d'you mean-you<br />

forgot to pay the electric bill?<br />

Barbara Bachman<br />

Lynn Chestnolyick<br />

Patricia Eurich<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Kochendorfer<br />

Marilou Ballagh<br />

Patty Colonell<br />

Barbara Fry<br />

Kay Laswell<br />

Mary Barbour<br />

Madeline D'Atre<br />

Sheri Good<br />

Norma Lepper<br />

Mary Barrett<br />

Carol Dawson<br />

Janilee Hamner<br />

Linda Lindstrom<br />

Karen Boyce<br />

Marilyn Dupree<br />

Gail Hickcox<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Lyons<br />

Brenda Broadway<br />

Janice Ekren<br />

Pat Holewinski<br />

Charlotte Marte<br />

Lois Bruhn<br />

Patty Elliot<br />

Cheryl Horn<br />

Nancy Martin<br />

Alice Budzunski<br />

Charlene Ellsworth<br />

Carla Hosmer<br />

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Alpha Tau Omega<br />

ATO Float Shares Sweepstakes<br />

Honors<br />

Tau <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi, SDS local, became the<br />

Epsilon Psi chapter of Alpha Tau Omega<br />

in 1950. TDX, formed here in 1926,<br />

originated its annual Shipwreck Dance III<br />

1932, which is still a popular campus<br />

function. ATO's social scene this year<br />

included ... Mickie Finn Party ...<br />

Christmas weekend in L. A. . . Homecoming<br />

Parade float sweepstakes award<br />

... Governor's Trophy for entry in Mother<br />

Goose Parade. Outstanding men on<br />

campus Lance Miller, IFC secretary,<br />

Oceotl Mike Munz, Oceotl ... Dennis<br />

Daniel, IFPC secretary ... Jim Haynes,<br />

Homecoming committee. Officers ... Bim<br />

Plumb, president ... Lance Miller, vice<br />

president . . . Phil Hanf, secretary .<br />

Ray Robinson, treasurer ...<br />

Glen O'Classen<br />

Gene Pastula<br />

Jim Robinett<br />

Doug Smay<br />

Mike O'Connor<br />

Ralph Pawley<br />

Ray Robinson<br />

Frank Smith<br />

Doug Ogilvie<br />

Bim Plumb<br />

Robb Ronaldson<br />

Dave Webster<br />

Bill Paff<br />

Bill Quapp<br />

Jerry Sasse<br />

Larry Weins<br />

Tom Moore<br />

Dale Paisley<br />

Jim Reese<br />

Frank Sell<br />

Darrell Williams<br />

Mike<br />

Munz<br />

Rick Parker<br />

Phil Robbins<br />

Gerry Shoaf<br />

"Atto"<br />

Gary Andrews Dick Avril Al Bentley Chuck Best Jack Brown Dan Camphuis<br />

Bill Cantrell George Clause Mike Cook Mike Cooke John Coombes Dennis Daniel<br />

Steve Eddy Dallas Gray Phil Hanf John Hayes Jim Haynes Paul Hebert<br />

Jerry Hedges Gary Hofmann Doug Hone Doug Laird Vic Landa<br />

Mike Lennon Ray Lieberenz Brandy Lane<br />

128 Stan Marek Glenn McDowell Lance Miller Robert Miller<br />

No, Atto, you're not going south with us unless you get your rabies shot.<br />

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<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

Carnation Ball; Annual Luau<br />

Spark <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Sig Activities<br />

The SDS local, Alpha Chi, became the<br />

Gamma Alpha chapter of <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

in 1948, and was the first fraternity at the<br />

college to acquire its own house. <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Sigs this year held ... an annual Luau ...<br />

Sailor's Ball ... Carnation Ball. Campus<br />

standouts ... Jerry Aalfs, Oceotl president,<br />

... Jay Headley and Ken Burnside,<br />

Oceotl . . . Doug Houser and Don<br />

Redding, crew. Officers ... Ken Burnside,<br />

president ... Steve McDaniel, vice president<br />

... Vance Mills, secretary ... Bill<br />

Truex, treasurer ...<br />

Steve McDaniel<br />

Bob Sargeant<br />

Matt Murphy<br />

Ron Sedberry<br />

Robert Nelson<br />

Phil Thacher<br />

O. D. Lynch<br />

John Purdy<br />

Bill Truex<br />

Bob Martin<br />

Don Redding<br />

Cliff Weedman<br />

Tom Martin<br />

Richard Rockwood<br />

"Siggie"<br />

Now, remember rushee, IFC bidding starts tomorrow.<br />

Jeff Bada<br />

Danny Eversole<br />

Mike Jones<br />

Pete Bollman<br />

Mike Golojuch<br />

Ron Korpor aal<br />

Ken Burnside<br />

Bob Harvey<br />

Bob Krause<br />

Dean Carlson<br />

Mike Hoover<br />

Allen Lee<br />

Dennis Chambers<br />

Doug Houser<br />

Ryhdle Lee<br />

Jan Emery<br />

Jim lvie<br />

Ken Leonard<br />

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Kappa Sigma<br />

Kappa Sig Win<br />

First in Men's<br />

Homecoming House Decorations<br />

The Epsilon Iota chapter of Kappa Sigma was<br />

initiated at SDS in 1947, and built the first<br />

modern chapter house here in 1951. This year<br />

Kappa Sigs held ... Farmers' Frolic ...<br />

Christmas Formal. Outstanding members ... Bob<br />

Weir, Senior Class president ... Randy Chaffin,<br />

Blue Key president . . . Arold Hornstein, Oceotl<br />

president. Daily Aztec advertising manager, AMS<br />

Council ... Jerry Harmon, lower division rep ...<br />

Doug Allyn, junior class vice president ... Tom<br />

Morgan, frosh class vice president Jim Thompson<br />

and Dennis Lottermoser, Oceotl Mike<br />

Gontesky, Homecoming committee. Officers<br />

Jim Thompson, president ... Al Kish, vice<br />

president ... Phil Saffel, secretary ... Al<br />

Kuerbis, treasurer ...<br />

Al McInnis<br />

Dave Oseng<br />

Bob Rappe<br />

Don Shank<br />

Elmer Walker<br />

Bill McKinstry<br />

Sran Paul<br />

Gary Sable<br />

Frank Shunk<br />

Dennis Watson<br />

Terry McPherson<br />

Bill Perkins<br />

Phil Saffel<br />

Sonny Sturn<br />

Buck Weaver<br />

Roger Lober<br />

John Meulmester<br />

Paul Plumb<br />

Mike <strong>San</strong>dlin<br />

Mike Sund<br />

Bob Weir<br />

Dennis Lottermoser<br />

John Miller<br />

Bob Prahl<br />

Tom Scali<br />

Dick Tazelar<br />

Jim<br />

Welty<br />

Don Lottermoser<br />

Sam Morebello<br />

Mike Preciado<br />

Gary Schweitzer<br />

Jeff Thein<br />

Dick Winkler<br />

Bob MacGregor<br />

Tom Morgan<br />

Henry Ramerez<br />

Harvey Scott<br />

Jim Thompson<br />

Jim Woodall<br />

Don Massey<br />

Gib Morton<br />

Jim Ray<br />

John Seeley<br />

John Tyler<br />

Mike Wright<br />

Gary McCauley<br />

Bob Olson<br />

Roy Riesgo<br />

Gay Selleck<br />

Bob Viora<br />

Larry Yost<br />

Steve Abbott Mike Adams John Adamske Mike Alesio Bill Alexander Doug Allyn<br />

Gene Boehmke<br />

Gene Anderson<br />

Jerry Bowers Wyland Anderson<br />

Bob Brimhall Dean Benter<br />

Bob Burkholder Bruce Campbell Jim Carpenter<br />

Nick Cochran<br />

Bill Carson<br />

Dick Colley Randy Chaffin<br />

Evin Coughlin Al Cirigliano<br />

Ed Crumley Bill Curtis Bryan Dani<br />

Phil Farias Allen Day<br />

Al Ferreras Jabo Fleming<br />

Ray Dittamore Jack Erb<br />

Al Frowiss Mike Fuller Wayne Gibbs<br />

Bud Hayden Bill Gave<br />

Carl Hays Rick Heckler<br />

Jerry Harmon<br />

B. Hicks<br />

Jeff Harris<br />

Arold Hornstein Bob Hoss<br />

Dale Kennedy Jeff Hyser<br />

Dave Kennedy Kirk Kirkwood<br />

Larry Juhlin<br />

Al Kish<br />

Chuck Keith<br />

Al Kuerbis Al Lambert Jeff Lesage Jack Lewis Lance Lewis<br />

If I end up with the old maid once more ...<br />

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Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha Sweetheart Wins National Title<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> Colony of Lambda Chi Alpha became<br />

the 142nd chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity<br />

when the Zeta-Pi Zeta chapter was installed here<br />

in 1948. This year's Lambda Chi Crescent Girl,<br />

Jill DeSelm, was chosen International Crescent<br />

Girl. Lambda Chis initiated the "Little 500" bike<br />

race in 1961, which was one of their major spring<br />

activities again this year. Other events included ...<br />

Cross and Crescent Ball . . . Alphatraz Party . . .<br />

Bird of Paradise Ball ... House mother Kidnap.<br />

Outstanding men on campus Jim Carruthers,<br />

IFC vice president, Oceotl Bill Kronberger,<br />

Special Events Board, Model UN ... Jim Glover<br />

and Ron Bronk, Oceotl ... Bob Cox, drum major<br />

. . . Mike Richardson, Model UN treasurer . . .<br />

Drake Loeser, IFC service chairman, Oceotl,<br />

tennis. Officers . . . Bill Kronberger, president . . .<br />

Ron Bronk, vice president<br />

... Hal Pique, treasurer .<br />

Phil Truitt, secretary<br />

Jan Kloven<br />

Bob Nisbet<br />

Richard Robinson<br />

William Kronberger<br />

Dave Paul<br />

Don Rodriques<br />

Don Hutchinson<br />

B. Lehmann<br />

Hal Pique<br />

Walt Schwerin<br />

Alan Jacobson<br />

Ken Lyon<br />

Tom Power<br />

B. Sweeney<br />

Terry Kebort<br />

Bob Manaugh<br />

Bob Rankin<br />

Dounald Thomas<br />

Ken Kessler<br />

Ron Meade<br />

Ron Reaume<br />

John Tobey<br />

Carl Kinczel<br />

Jim Milam<br />

John Ripko<br />

Jerry Weatherly<br />

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Ken Alexander<br />

Curtis Broussard<br />

Bob Bussell<br />

Joe Filson<br />

Lee Grissom<br />

Jerry Alford<br />

Alan Brown<br />

Jim C arru thers<br />

Dave Franken<br />

Ed Gruber<br />

Roger Alford<br />

Charles Brunelle<br />

Knox Cologne<br />

Ron Frindt<br />

Bill Guest<br />

Steve Bailey<br />

Ben Bryant<br />

Bob Cox<br />

J ames Glover<br />

Sam Hartloff<br />

Rod Bain<br />

Bob Bubel<br />

Bob Enochs<br />

Jim Goodtich<br />

Bob Hill<br />

Jack Berry<br />

Charles Buck<br />

Jon Ewing<br />

Bob Gorse<br />

Jim Hodges<br />

Ron Bronk<br />

Dick Burch<br />

Lew Fay<br />

Bruce Griffith<br />

Jim Huernergardt<br />

Hey, Rockwell's<br />

back for preferential!<br />

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Pi Kappa Alpha<br />

PiKa's<br />

Share Homecoming<br />

Sweepstakes, Sponsor Queen<br />

SDS local <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi Beta was initiated into Pi<br />

Kappa Alph.a fraternity in 19.48. This year was the<br />

second year In a row that a P~KA-sponsored ~a?:<br />

did ate was chosen Homecoming Queen. Activities<br />

included Dream Girl Dance ... Turkey Trot<br />

Dance Sweepstakes trophy for Homeco~ing<br />

Parade float. Outstanding members . . . MIke<br />

Spurgeon AS vice president . . . Mike Lembeck<br />

and Gary'Solbue, upper division reps ... Denny<br />

Moore, lower division rep ... Jeff Benter, Frosh<br />

rep ... Bob Harvey, IFC treasurer ... Gary Todd<br />

AMS secretary ... Bill Leimbach, cheerleader ...<br />

Walt Cubley and Jim Stauber, football ... Clyde<br />

Hadley, basketball ... Dave WaI.den and Dave<br />

Flesner baseball. Officers . . . MIke Lembeck,<br />

president ... Al McBeth, vice president ... Skip<br />

Brollini, secretary ... Bob Harvey, treasurer ...<br />

Lance Lembeck<br />

Denny Moore<br />

Dave Rico<br />

Bob Skinner<br />

John Torres<br />

Al Lohmann<br />

Ron Myhro<br />

Rick Ringsmith<br />

Bill Smith<br />

Leroy Vadney<br />

John Lux<br />

Matt Nelson<br />

Ron Roach<br />

Mike Spurgeon<br />

Marty Volla<br />

Tom Maxwell<br />

Tom Newbro<br />

Joe Rockhold<br />

Jim Stauber<br />

Jerry Waddle<br />

Al McBeth<br />

Lannie Pasas<br />

Terry Schmidt<br />

Jim Street<br />

Bob Wagar<br />

John Meyer<br />

Jim Pasto<br />

Dennis Shea<br />

Larry Taylor<br />

Ray Watkins<br />

Bruce Montgomery<br />

Bill Pearson<br />

Jim Simmons<br />

Mike Terrien<br />

George Zarkos<br />

~ ...._ ...,..... 1~ ... tt..<br />

Jim Allison Mike Asmussen Mick Baker<br />

John Blackwood<br />

Gary Bennett<br />

Jeff Blake George Benter<br />

Jerry Bouchard Jeff Benter Curt Blackburn<br />

Wayne Breise<br />

But coach, I don't want to go out for crew!<br />

Pete Burgert Dick Butcher Jim Dale Ed Denny<br />

Eddie Broderick Skip Brollini Dick Brooks<br />

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Rich Foringer Terry Fox Dennis Dieb<br />

George Gourdin John Edgerton George Fenstermacher<br />

Bob Harvey Clyde Hadley<br />

Joe Hewitt Earl Hale<br />

Dale Hilmen Terry Hall Bob Harris<br />

Jeff Holt John Huff Steve Hughes Jerry Hulbert<br />

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Sigllla Alpha Epsilon<br />

SAE's Plan New House; Auxiliary Aids Activities<br />

Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity came on the SDS<br />

campus in 1949. when California Theta chapter<br />

was installed as the 125th chapter of the organization.<br />

Social functions included . . . Black and<br />

White, Christmas formal. . Purple and Gold,<br />

spring formal ... Pajama Party. Prominent members<br />

... Steve Meek, AS Council, Oceotl, Athletics<br />

Board . . . Elon Place, AS Council, Oceotl, Public<br />

Relations Board ... Fred Miley, Junior Class president,<br />

Oceotl . . . Jerry Monell, Junior Class treasurer,<br />

Oceotl Bob Black and Lutie Lyman,<br />

cheerleaders George Braun, IFC rush chairman<br />

... Otis Paul, IFC secretary. Officers ...<br />

Elon Place, president ... Douglas Pattillo vice<br />

president ... Otis Paul, secretary ... Ji~<br />

Sternberg, treasurer.<br />

Rick Maxey<br />

Gary Moore<br />

Otis Paul<br />

Jim Sternberg<br />

Bill Wilson<br />

Lutie Lyman Dennis MacDonald Tom Marckw ardt Andy Mason Sam Matson<br />

Chuck Lindsay John Lippert Steve Lydon<br />

Steve Meek Jay Mellusl Jetty Monell<br />

Don Maxted Jack McEncroe Mike McKimlck Larry McParland Norm McVey<br />

Graig N ertles Mike Nordmarken Carl Olmstead Dennis Q'Neel Barry Owen Joel Parks<br />

Roger Mumby<br />

Bob Mummey<br />

Paul Rosenberger Jim Rupe Jerry Stamper Bob Steel<br />

Elan Place Norm Potter Larry Raymond Ron Roberts<br />

Lon Wahler Jim Wiley John Wlllis<br />

Dick Torchia Dick Troncone Mike Tucker Phil Tucker Chuck VanWoert<br />

Tim Wright Jim Young Lee Young Dick Zane Dave Zeszut<br />

John Wishon Mike Woy Sawl Wright<br />

Pat Abbott Buddy Alexander Steve Allen Dan Anderson<br />

Eddie Basko<br />

Tim Arnett<br />

Joe Berg Larry Bottroff<br />

Frank Arrington<br />

Bob Black<br />

Dave Bankert Bill Barsz Jim Barta<br />

Bob Cleator George Braun<br />

Larry Cook Jim Cox<br />

Tom Carter<br />

Ken Cox Charles Cattell Larry Chandler Mike Christina<br />

Mike Davis Lane Criswell<br />

Gary Duncan Gary Dunsmore<br />

Phil Criswell<br />

Jeff Evans Jim Curran Steve Dale Ed Daniels<br />

Skip Fritz<br />

Ted Faris<br />

Rick Gossett<br />

Bill Gould<br />

Tim Faris<br />

Mike Hager Terry Farrell Howard Fisher Bill Piss<br />

Ken Kerchenfaut<br />

Jean Harris<br />

Dave Kidwell Roger King<br />

Ron Helsel<br />

Marty Kovacevich<br />

Joe Hitt Dave Hopkins<br />

Court Kenaston<br />

Larry Kroepel Bob Kuhlken Steve Kuykendall Carl Laughead Tim Layson<br />

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Sigma<br />

Chi<br />

Sig's Known for Scholarship, Sports, and Activities<br />

Phi Lambda Xi, SDS local, became a chapter of<br />

Sigma Chi in 1949. The Sigs have claimed the IFC<br />

All-Sports Banners and honors for the past nine<br />

years and scholarship honors for 14 years. Outstanding<br />

activities ... Sweetheart Ball ... Derby<br />

Day ... Tropical Cruise. BMOC included 23 on<br />

the JV and Varsity football teams and a substantial<br />

number in all intercollegiate athletics. Sigs won<br />

Fite Nite for 6th year ... named 27 to Dean's<br />

Honor Roll Bob Lewis, Activities Board<br />

Chairman Bob White, <strong>Del</strong> Sud editor ... Bob<br />

Christensen, Greek Retreat chairman Dick<br />

Haiman, Judiciary Committee. Officers Donald<br />

KeIrn, presi~ent .. : Joe Gabaldon, vice president<br />

... Steve Kirkpatrick, secretary ... Merrell Davis,<br />

treasurer.<br />

Ray Koenig<br />

Dick Maddox<br />

Rick Metcalf<br />

Scot Reynolds<br />

Mike Sermersheim<br />

Cap Wal11ngton<br />

Larry Korsmeier<br />

Tony Maio<br />

DOll Mills<br />

Vince Ricchiuti<br />

Tim Shortt<br />

Mike Walsh<br />

Wally Jewell<br />

Steve LaDow<br />

Bill Marseilles<br />

Bill Mitrovich<br />

Bill Richards<br />

Mike Shreves<br />

Bob White<br />

Don Keirn<br />

Tom Lang<br />

Bill Mayer<br />

Gary Neal<br />

Keith Richardson<br />

Ed Snively<br />

Jim White<br />

Ray Keyes<br />

Dick Langston<br />

Lloyd McCoy<br />

Ed Nefflin<br />

Bob Romero<br />

Mike Stafford<br />

Topper Wiggins<br />

Don Kinney<br />

Roy Lessard<br />

Mike McGhee<br />

Charles Neil<br />

Roger Roppe<br />

Dave<br />

Dave<br />

Stenson<br />

Wilken<br />

Steve Kirkpatrick<br />

Bob Lewis<br />

Norm McMillan<br />

Pete Newman<br />

Wally Runnels<br />

Jetry Stry ker<br />

Bob Williams<br />

Pete Knudson<br />

Rick Lowrey<br />

Larry Meek<br />

Ed Ott<br />

Skip Runner<br />

Bob Swanson<br />

Mike Wimbush<br />

Ken Knust<br />

Rich Macy<br />

Mario Mendez<br />

Dave<br />

Peterson<br />

Dave Seldon<br />

Dave Van MaTre<br />

Mitch Woodbury<br />

George Abdelnour<br />

Dave Ault<br />

Bill Brinton<br />

Pete Colonelli<br />

Larry Dubbs<br />

Bob Gault<br />

Dennis Hart<br />

Mike Abdelnour<br />

Frank Baker<br />

Wayne Britt<br />

Bob Cowan<br />

Bob Estavillo<br />

Larry Godfrey<br />

Gary Hart<br />

Rudy Aleman<br />

Pat Bennett<br />

Bob Brown<br />

Chris Crawford<br />

John Farris<br />

Jeff Goff<br />

Dale Hawley<br />

Bob Asmus<br />

Doug Bishop<br />

Lee Brown<br />

Mike Custer<br />

Larry Fernandez<br />

John Griffith<br />

Steve<br />

Herron<br />

Sparky Bishop<br />

Don Burnette<br />

John Davies<br />

Jim Ferris<br />

Dick Haiman<br />

Don Hilts<br />

Mike Bladow<br />

Charlie Charman<br />

Merrill Davis<br />

Chuck Fougeron<br />

Steve Haiman<br />

Al Hinkle<br />

Pete<br />

Boss<br />

Bob Christensen<br />

Bill Deane<br />

Ron Fox<br />

Don Halte<br />

Tom Hoffman<br />

John Boyles<br />

Bill Clauder<br />

Rich Diabeti<br />

Joe Gabaldon<br />

Sonny Hamren<br />

Don Holtgrieve<br />

Gary Branstetter<br />

Dick Colavin<br />

Dave Dirks<br />

Rick Garcia<br />

Bill Harp<br />

.Mike Huse<br />

Ralph,<br />

no one puts his initials on his sweat shirt.<br />

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Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi<br />

I<br />

Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Colonizes;<br />

Purchases Fraternity<br />

House<br />

After 23 years as a defunct local fraternity, Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Phil<br />

regained activity in 1960when eight SDS men were initiated as<br />

active members by members of the original organization, which was<br />

founded in 1933 ... Last spring Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi members were<br />

informally pledged to Sigma Nu. Activities this year included ...<br />

White Rose Formal New Year's Eve Party ... Mountain Party.<br />

Outstanding members Al Bruton, varsity swimming ... John<br />

Lehton, varsity tennis Walt Odening, rugby ... Dave West,<br />

Interfaith Council president, Frosh Camp chairman. Officers ...<br />

Gil Challet, president ... Cecil Humes, vice president ... Dave<br />

West, secretary ... Greg Underhill, treasurer.<br />

Donald Learned<br />

Pete Quechenberger<br />

Tom Luhnow<br />

Bob Quillan<br />

Phil Neill<br />

John Rath<br />

Walt Odening<br />

Hugh Saddington<br />

Robert Pieffer<br />

Greg Underhill<br />

David West<br />

We know why you put us up here.<br />

Charles<br />

Austin<br />

Bob Cartwright<br />

Jim Hively<br />

Alan Avalos<br />

Gil Challet<br />

Cecil Humes<br />

Robert Baker<br />

John Clemenshaw<br />

Carl Johnson<br />

Jerry Bressler<br />

Tom Davey<br />

Wayne Johnson<br />

Albert Bruton<br />

Jeff Giarde<br />

Tom Kinnersley<br />

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Sigma<br />

Phi Epsilon<br />

Sig Eps Take Active<br />

Part in<br />

Campus Political<br />

Activities<br />

In 1947 the local fraternity, Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Epsilon,<br />

became the California <strong>Del</strong>ta chapter of Sigma Phi<br />

Epsilon. Sig Eps raised funds for muscular<br />

dystrophy this year at their annual Sig Ep Pledge-<br />

Sorority Football Game. Other activities ... Slave<br />

Sale ... Queen of Hearts Ball ... Speak-Easy ..<br />

won President's Trophy in Homecoming Parade.<br />

Outstanding members ... Joe Kiefer, AS<br />

President, Blue Key, Oceotl ... Vince Biondo,<br />

finance commissioner ... Al Knoll, AMS vice<br />

president, Oceotl ... John Lacey, AMS treasurer<br />

... Dick Sims, AMS Council, Oceotl ... Dan<br />

Ornelas, chairman Frosh Orientation Week ...<br />

Joe Sullivan, Publications Board ... Scott Snell,<br />

LAC Board, Oceotl, Athletics Board. Officers ...<br />

AI Knoll, president ... Dick Sims, vice president<br />

... Stewart Sheppard, secretary ... Vince Biondo,<br />

treasurer.<br />

Tim MacNeil John Maley Rick Martin Jim Martins Wes Meier Ken Miller<br />

Rick Morey Larry Murphy Jim Nedlik Ellis Nelson Doug Newcomb Tom Nowell<br />

Dan Ornelas Mike Palmer Ron Pathman Jim Planchon Mike Powers Tom Proctor<br />

Gary Rankin John Reyman Dick Rice Mike Riley John Seebold Stew Sheppard<br />

Walt Steffen Joe Sullivan Joe Super Tom Swiers Dennis Tilton Ben Trovaten<br />

John Loss<br />

Don Mitchell<br />

Brian Odell<br />

Roger Quast<br />

Jay Shinn<br />

Reg Vitek<br />

Lee Louis<br />

Dick Morehouse<br />

Dave Oden<br />

Lonnie Randal<br />

Dick Sims<br />

Frank Yurich<br />

Dick Bachman<br />

Joe Byron<br />

Chuck Davis<br />

Bob Gibbs<br />

Larry Jones<br />

Howard Baumann<br />

Ren Calderhead<br />

Chuck Devereux<br />

Vince Griffin<br />

Joe Keifer<br />

Ed Becker<br />

Carmin Carrente<br />

Tom Devereux<br />

Bob Hartin<br />

Dennis Kimbell<br />

Larry Belden<br />

Mike Carter<br />

Jim Ellsworth<br />

Rocky Hayden<br />

Gary Kline<br />

Vince Biondo<br />

Dennis Conner<br />

John Ernrick<br />

Wes Hills<br />

Al Knoll<br />

Art Bosco<br />

Hilbert Contrer as<br />

John Floodberg<br />

Ken Horn<br />

John Lacy<br />

Tom Burke<br />

Ed Dahlkamp<br />

George Gallagher<br />

Ron Isenberg<br />

Duke Lembeck<br />

Walt Burrows<br />

Ron Dake<br />

Fr ank G ammicchia<br />

Dennis Johnson<br />

Bill Lingelbach<br />

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Tau Kappa Epsilon<br />

TKE Float<br />

Wins First in Mixed,<br />

Varsity Drag Highlights .Fall<br />

Tau Kappa Epsilon was installed at SDS in 1950<br />

when the local, Sigma Lambda, became the<br />

Gamma Lambda chapter of TKE. The Tekes plan<br />

to begin a new chapter house in September by<br />

replacing sections of their old house. Social events<br />

and awards this year annual Varsity Drag ..<br />

Carnation Carousel first place, best construction,<br />

and design awards in Homecoming Parade.<br />

Campus standouts ... Gail Mathers, AMS president<br />

Ken Sovay, Homecoming Parade chairman<br />

Tom Elman, varsity basketball Tom<br />

Clovis, Semper Fi president. Officers Tom<br />

Clovis, president ... Bob BIey, vice president ..<br />

Jim Birkel, secretary ... Tom Zemke, treasurer.<br />

Alan Marion<br />

Tom Ransdell<br />

Jackson Sinclair<br />

Jackson Swing<br />

William McFarland<br />

William Reich<br />

David Sleet<br />

Dale Trower<br />

J ames Montgomery<br />

Ken Richards<br />

Ken Sovay<br />

Randall Veal<br />

Norman Ostopenski<br />

Steve Root<br />

Sam Spadero<br />

Raymond Wade<br />

Robert Logan<br />

Byron Pepper<br />

Robert Sawarzki<br />

Donald Stutts<br />

Darrell Wick<br />

John Macivicz<br />

Ronald Perez<br />

William Scott<br />

Michael Supancick<br />

Richard Williams<br />

Brooks Madison<br />

James Pieri<br />

Morgan Silverthorn<br />

Gordon Sutorius<br />

Ken Williamson<br />

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j'<br />

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Tony Armandan Buddy Batez J ames Birkel Robert Bley Donald Bowers Donald Brooks<br />

Stan Canaris Roger Chapel Ronald Chillo Robert Church Thomas Clark Thomas Clovis<br />

Bob Creason Ronald Danielson Gabriel Escalera Peter Field William Frontis David Gentry<br />

Richard Green Raymond Guinn John Halliburton John Hearst Robert Hubon Doug Huse<br />

Roger Jones William Kieselnorst Phil Keller David Kettela Robert Kim Thomas Koester<br />

Can I help it if it runs on Canadian<br />

beer?<br />

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..<br />

Thela<br />

Chi<br />

Theta Chi's Build Newest<br />

Fraternity House on Campus<br />

Gamma Theta chapter of Theta Chi was chartered<br />

in 1947, and was the first national fraternity on<br />

the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> campus. Theta Chis and<br />

mascot "OX" saw the completion this year of their<br />

new chapter house. Activities included ...<br />

Christmas Party for underprivileged children . .<br />

Dream Girl Formal ... Playboy Dance ...<br />

Christmas Formal. Outstanding men on campus<br />

... Pat Dennis, Phi Eta Sigma, Oceotl Jerry<br />

Ingle, IFC athletic committee, Oceotl Mike<br />

Swatzell, Oceotl ... Jerry Beavers, JV football,<br />

track ... Dick Buck, Phi Eta Sigma, Oceotl, Alpha<br />

Phi Omega. Officers ... Pat Dennis, president ...<br />

Mike Swatzell, vice president ... Jerry Ingle,<br />

secretary ... Ed Pozorski, treasurer ...<br />

Dick Powell<br />

Bill Stubbs<br />

Ed Pozorski<br />

Mike Swatzell<br />

Tom Reynolds<br />

Vic Trujillo<br />

Bruce Luyendyk<br />

Don Scholl<br />

Don Weaver<br />

Mike Midlam<br />

Clark Steddom<br />

Jim Welch<br />

Bruce Pendergast<br />

Len Stoll<br />

"Ox"<br />

Now I lay me down to sleep.<br />

Ernie Andr ade<br />

Gary Davis<br />

Joe Goffeney<br />

Larry Boysen<br />

Par Dennis<br />

Tony Grindl<br />

Di ck Buck<br />

John Eurich<br />

Cliff Helbock<br />

Al Campbell<br />

Chuck Franck<br />

Jerry Ingle<br />

Jack Colbert<br />

Ken Gardner<br />

Wade King<br />

Bill Covert<br />

Bill Ginn<br />

Bob Kling<br />

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Zela<br />

Bela Tau<br />

ZIT's Remodel House, Rate High Scholastically<br />

Ed Thomas<br />

Jerry Varon<br />

Beta Lambda chapter of Zeta Beta Tau, chartered<br />

at SDS in 1951,began a major redecoration of<br />

their house this year. A three-stage building plan<br />

is hoped to be completed within the next 10 years.<br />

Social events this year included ... annual Luau<br />

... Sweetheart Dance ... Initiation Formal ...<br />

Pajama Party. Leaders and honors ... Ken Clayman,<br />

IFC president, Oceotl, Blue Key ... Jerry<br />

Varon, IFC Activities chairman, Oceotl . . . Mel<br />

Brav and Rick Wayne, Oceotl. Officers . . .<br />

Jerry Varon, president ... Ricky Wayne, vice<br />

president ... Don Levi, secretary ... Ronald<br />

Baranov, treasurer...<br />

Mike Rossman<br />

Art Vetter<br />

Don Smith<br />

Ricky Wayne<br />

Mark Solomon<br />

Sheldon Zemen<br />

What do you mean hurdled another seven?<br />

Bob Abelson<br />

Mel Brav<br />

Steve<br />

Glasser<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Adler<br />

Gary Caplin<br />

Bill Goldstein<br />

Jules Barad<br />

Harvey Chernack<br />

Ron Mallick<br />

Ron Baranov<br />

Ken Clayman<br />

Mal Ransom<br />

Mike<br />

Bennett<br />

Lou Gadless<br />

Barry Reingold<br />

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CAMPUS<br />

FAVORITES<br />

Royal Court Reigns Over 1962<br />

Homecoming<br />

152<br />

SUZANNE GAUGHEN<br />

Alpha Phi<br />

DEXTER FISHER<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

BEVERLY SANDERS<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha<br />

CAROLYN MYERS<br />

Alpha Epsilon<br />

GAIL<br />

Sigma<br />

CARR<br />

Chi<br />

Homecoming Queen<br />

Miss Beverly <strong>San</strong>ders<br />

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,<br />

Cheryl Horn<br />

Sigma Kappa<br />

Dream Girl of <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

Sweetheart<br />

Karen Goddard<br />

of Kappa Alpha Psi<br />

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Sweetheart<br />

Linda Stewart<br />

of Kappa Sigma<br />

National<br />

Jill De Selm<br />

Alpha Chi Omega<br />

Cross and Crescent Girl<br />

of<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

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Linda Meddock<br />

Alpha Phi<br />

Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha<br />

Sharon Oberholtzer<br />

Sweetheart of Sigma Chi<br />

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Dexter<br />

Pi Beta Phi<br />

Fisher<br />

Sweetheart<br />

Ro! James<br />

of Tau Kappa Epsilon<br />

Sigma<br />

Phi Epsilon Queen<br />

of<br />

Hearts<br />

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161


Gaynel<br />

Ramsey<br />

Dream Girl of Theta Chi<br />

Gail Bobrof<br />

Alpha Epsilon<br />

Sweetheart of Zeta Beta Tau<br />

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Belle of the Blue Book Ball<br />

Janet Bettag<br />

Kappa Alpha Theta<br />

The fall semester Blue Book Ball traditionally<br />

marking the end of finals, was held on January 24<br />

at the EI Cortez. Miss Bettag was sponsored by<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.<br />

Marion McLaughlin Grob<br />

Pi Beta Phi<br />

Military Ball Queen<br />

Chariot<br />

Barbara<br />

Queen<br />

Anderson<br />

Alpha Phi<br />

The fall semester chariot races were held on<br />

December 11 i~ Aztec Bowl. Miss Anderson was<br />

sponsored by SIgma Chi fraternity.<br />

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AWS sponsored Glamour Magazine's<br />

Best Dressed Girls in America contest.<br />

Susie McArthur was chosen to<br />

represent <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> from ten<br />

finalists and will be entered in the<br />

national contest . . . Roz Mack, sponsored<br />

by Sigma Chi fraternity, was<br />

chosen as Miss Knockout. She presented<br />

trophies at the AMS sponsored Fite Nite<br />

... Chosen by the student body, Cindy<br />

Runyan reigned over AMS Week. She was<br />

sponsored by her sorority, Sigma Kappa<br />

. . . The Aztec Harriers, considered third<br />

best in California, sponsored the Inter-<br />

City Cross Country Meet. It was held<br />

at the California Western course.<br />

Miss Hosmer was chosen as queen of the<br />

event ... Tau Kappa Epsilon's traditional<br />

Varsity Drag was reigned over by Sherrill<br />

Hatfield, Miss Flapper. She was sponsored<br />

by her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega.<br />

Best Dressed<br />

Susie McArthur<br />

Pi Beta Phi<br />

Miss Knockout<br />

Roz Mack<br />

Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta<br />

AMS Queen<br />

Cindy Runyan<br />

Sigma Kappa<br />

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Miss Flapper<br />

Sherrill Hatfield<br />

Alpha<br />

Chi Omega<br />

Queen of Aztec Invitational<br />

Carla Hosmer<br />

Sigma Kappa


il<br />

I<br />

Cap and Gown and<br />

Blue Key<br />

Senior honoraries Blue Key and Cap and Gown are composed of campus<br />

leaders in all fields of activity. Membership is limited to those outstanding in<br />

scholarship, leadership, sorority or fraternity, departmental, and athletically.<br />

Cap and Gown, Senior women's honorary, encourages scholarship of women<br />

on campus and performs services for the college and community. They had<br />

a leadership training program for freshmen women and a scholarship tea<br />

in the spring. Blue Key, men's honorary, attempts to foster friendship among<br />

student groups and among students and faculty. They have been active in<br />

assisting campus groups in performing worthwhile services to the school.<br />

Both Blue Key and Cap and Gown awarded $50 scholarships to underclassmen<br />

displaying leadership potential.<br />

•v<br />

LYNN LOUGHREY<br />

Chancellor<br />

RANDY CHAFFIN<br />

President<br />

DON RAHISER<br />

Vice-President<br />

KAREN ADDIS<br />

ANNE BROWNELL<br />

DEXTER<br />

FISHER<br />

PAT DENNIS<br />

JOHN<br />

EMRICH<br />

KEN HOFFA<br />

SUZANNE GAUGHEN<br />

BARBARA MALONEY<br />

JOAN NELSON<br />

MIKE<br />

LEMBECK<br />

OTIS PAUL<br />

ELON PLACE<br />

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MARGOT<br />

NILSEN<br />

LINDA TRIPP<br />

BARBARA WOlKE<br />

PAT ROBERTS<br />

MIKE SLAVIT<br />

PAT STALNAKER<br />

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FRED O. ANDREWS JR.<br />

JERRY AALFS LYNN AASE PATRICK L. ABBOTI STEPHEN KENNEDY MARCIAL GARCIA<br />

Sociology; <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi;<br />

KAREN C. ADAMS ORREN H. ADAMS GAIL ANDREEN PATRICIA ANN ANGEL THOMAS R. ANDREW BONITA JEAN ANDREWS<br />

MARYL BERTA MARILYN ARFMAN<br />

Elementary Education. Geology; Sigma Alpha Ep- ABBOTI<br />

ACOSTA<br />

vice president; IFC rush<br />

Social Science; Kappa Alpha English; Alpha Mu Gamma. Elementary Education; Col- Psychology ; Chi Omega; Chemistry j American Chern- Elementary Education. Accounting; Beta Alpha Psi, ARBUCKLE Social Science i SeTA.<br />

president; Beta Gamma Sig- Mathernatics ; Wesley Founerva.<br />

silon, vice president; Tecton General; Kappa Sigma; Geology j Tecton <strong>Del</strong>vers.<br />

lege Chorus. Aztec Ski Club. ical Society; Aesculapians.<br />

Theta; Little Sisters of Min-<br />

rna; Accounting Society, dation, vice presider;i eecrechairman;<br />

Oceotl, president.<br />

<strong>Del</strong>vers.<br />

SAM.<br />

treasurer; Dean's List. tary ; Anahuac; U e and<br />

l.uliet"; "Boy Friend";<br />

'Once Upon a Mattress".<br />

.l<br />

KAREN ADDIS<br />

Journalism; Cap and Gown'<br />

Publications Board . Azte~<br />

Engineer, managing' editor;<br />

Aztec staff; <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste<br />

staff.<br />

GWEN M. ADRIANCE H. AFTAHI PATRICIA S. AKERS RANDOLPH E. ALBERGA<br />

Elementary Education'<br />

NORMAN A. DIANE ALLEN JAMES F. ARNICAR ALFREDO F. ASTORGA MARGO AXTELL SUSAN MARIE AYERS RAYMOND A. BACH DuWAYNE E. BAHR JOHN DOUGLAS BAILEY<br />

Civil Engineering; Society of Art; Kappa Pi.<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi. '<br />

Elementary Education' ALEXANDER Music; Sigma Alpha Iota; Elementary Education; Industrial Arts; Industrial Social Welfare; Sigma Kap- Social Science; Aztec Ski History; Men's Glee; Wesley Accounting; Arnold Air Engineering j Aztec Engi-<br />

Chemical Engineers.<br />

SCTA. ' German. Marching Band j Symphony Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi. Arts Club.<br />

pa; Anahuac; Greek Week Club.<br />

Foundation. Society. neer, editor; Society of<br />

Automotive Engineers.<br />

Committee.<br />

Orchestra.<br />

I ,<br />

I MARTIN LAWRENCE JACK ANDERSON JOHN A. ANDERSON<br />

ALTBAUM Life Science; Alpha Phi Psychology.<br />

Business Management.<br />

Omega.<br />

KATIE BELLE OLIVER LOIS ANNETIE MURIEL L. ANDERSON RICHARD D. ANDERSON JUDITH ANN BAILEY MARILYN BAILEY MARILYN KAY ANN ELEANOR BARNES VIRGINIA BARNES ROBERT JACOB BARON RAMONA BASICH<br />

ANDERSON ANDERSON Elementary Education. Industrial Arts; Industrial Nursing; Student Nurses Social Welfare; Chi Omega; BAINBRIDGE<br />

Elementary Education; 01- Elementary Education. Mathematics; Sigma Pi Sig- Journalism; Alpha Chi 0-<br />

Association,<br />

Social Science ; <strong>Del</strong> ta Sigma Social Science; <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Arts Club.<br />

vice president, Musical Comedy Guild; Elementary Education; Wes- meca Hall, vice president, rna. mega; Anahuac; <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeete,<br />

administration editor;<br />

Theta; Senior Class council,<br />

recordmg secretary; Ana- Sociology Club; Spring Sing, ley Foundation; Olmeca Hall historian.<br />

Aztec stalf.<br />

Theta; Home Economics<br />

huac. chairman; Freshman Class wing secretary.<br />

Roger Williams Club' Blu~ Club; Senior Class council'<br />

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Book Ball Committee. )<br />

council.<br />

Blue Book Ball Committee. '<br />

Class of 1963 Sherrill Bottier<br />

Who's Who<br />

l<br />

Panhellenic president Sherill Bottjer has been president of<br />

her sorority, Pi Beta Phi, secretary of Angel Flight, and<br />

Queen of the AFROTC. She is a member of CARPER<br />

and the Special Events Board. She has also served as a<br />

counselor and committee chairman for Freshman Camp.<br />

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THOMAS W. BATES<br />

Electrical Engineering' Varsity<br />

Gymnastics. '<br />

JAN E. BAXTER<br />

Music; Symphony Orchestra<br />

j Wood wind Ensemble.<br />

BERNICE M. BEAGLES<br />

Social Science j Phi Alpha<br />

Theta; Pi Sigma Alpha.<br />

JOHN A. BEAGLES<br />

Geology.<br />

DA YID H. BEAN<br />

Pre-med;. Sigma Phi Epsilon;<br />

Aesculapians ; Varsity Football;<br />

Rugby.<br />

DON R. BEARROW<br />

Insurance.<br />

JOSE V. BECERRA<br />

Latin American Studies.<br />

CAROLUS MAGNUS<br />

BLOOMFIELD<br />

Industrial Arts.<br />

ALAN BORAM<br />

Business Management.<br />

GALE ARCHIE BOSTER JAMES J. BOTT<br />

Political Science. Elementary Education;<br />

Anahuac; Dean's List.<br />

SHERILL BOTTJER<br />

Physical Education; Pi Beta<br />

Phi, president; CARPER;<br />

Angel Flight; AS Council;<br />

Special Events Board Panhellenic,<br />

president, vice<br />

president.<br />

JERRY DALE BOWERS<br />

Physical Edu ation; Kappa<br />

Sigma, vice president; Greek<br />

Week Committee ; CAHPER.<br />

MILES L. BOWLER<br />

Accounting: Accounting<br />

Society.<br />

CLAIRE C. BELL<br />

Graphic Art j Kappa Pi.<br />

DONNA JEAN BELL<br />

Elementary Education' <strong>Del</strong>t~<br />

Phi Upsilon j Kappa'<strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

PI.<br />

CHARLES G. BEMIS<br />

Geology; Tecton <strong>Del</strong>vers'<br />

Freshman Football. )<br />

DEAN.E. BENTER, JR.<br />

Marketmg; Kappa Sigma.<br />

GEORGE H. BENTER<br />

Business Management· Pi<br />

Kappa Alpha, social ~hairman,<br />

pledge master; Senior<br />

Class, vice president.<br />

DENNIS B. BERG<br />

Physical Education; Kappa<br />

Sigma; CAHPER; Varsity<br />

Football; Wrestling; Rugby.<br />

RAY D. BERRY<br />

Psychology.<br />

DANIEL B. BOYLE<br />

Civil Engineering; ASCE.<br />

LARRY E. BOYSEN<br />

Personnel Management;<br />

Theta Chi; SAM; Freshman<br />

Track.<br />

LAURA J. BRADLEY<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

MICHAEL LEE<br />

BRANNON<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club.<br />

EDWARD<br />

Art; Kappa<br />

V. BRANSON<br />

Pi.<br />

GEORGE B. BRIGHAM<br />

Business Management;<br />

Tennis.<br />

JUDITH R. BRIGHAM<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Phi; Women's Tennis;<br />

Aztec Christian Fellowship.<br />

ROBERT H. BERRY<br />

Industrial Management·<br />

Arnold Air Society. )<br />

ELLEN BEYER<br />

Social Welfare.<br />

WILLENA ANN BEYER<br />

Speech Arts j Sigma Kappa,<br />

president, pledge trainer<br />

r u s h, chairman' Brocas :<br />

A WS J udiciary Bo~rd, chair~<br />

man.<br />

DAWN BIGELOW<br />

~y~:.ology j scrx, Dean's<br />

RONALD<br />

Botany.<br />

H. BIGELOW<br />

JUDY KATHERINE<br />

BLACKFORD<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Mu Gamma.<br />

BARBARA C. BLAKE<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

ROBERT EDWARD<br />

BRIMHALL<br />

Social Science; Kappa Sigma;<br />

Brass Choir; SeTA.<br />

GEORGANNA BRINK<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Gamma Phi Beta; SCTA;<br />

NEA.<br />

DOROTHY<br />

General.<br />

BROUDY<br />

CAROL MARIE BROWN<br />

Elementary Education j<br />

SCTA.<br />

JESSIE MAE BROWN<br />

Education.<br />

LINDA LEE BROWN<br />

Social Science; Alpha Chi<br />

Omega; Wesley Foundation.<br />

LORETTA BROWN<br />

Elementary Education j<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta, president; AWS<br />

Judiciary Board; Panhellenic<br />

representative.<br />

172<br />

Randy Chaffin<br />

Ken Clayman<br />

Who's Who Who's Who<br />

~andy Chaffin is president of Blue Key senior men's<br />

onorary. He is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity,<br />

fceotl, and the rugby team. He has been on the varsity<br />

ootball t.eam for three years, while maintaining a 3.4<br />

grade POInt average.<br />

Ken Clayman is president of the Inter-Fraternity Council.<br />

He has been house manager and president of Zeta Beta Tau<br />

and vice president of Oceotl. He is parliamentarian of the<br />

AS Council and a member of the Athletic Board. He was<br />

selected for membership in Blue Key.<br />

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EMILY ANNE<br />

BROWNELL<br />

Social Science; Alpha Chi<br />

Omega, corresponding secretary;<br />

Cap and Gown; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta PI; AWS Council.<br />

MAY S. BRULE<br />

Education.<br />

HOWARD J. BRYANT<br />

Physics ; Phi Mu Alpha; Phi<br />

Eta SIgma; Sigma Pi Sigma.<br />

ROGER W. BULLER<br />

Education.<br />

BONNIE JEAN BULLOCK<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

ROBERT ARTHUR<br />

BURKHOLDER<br />

General; Kappa Sigma<br />

treasurer; Gymnastics. J<br />

DONALD BURNETT<br />

Industrial Management<br />

GAIL CARR<br />

Social Welfare; Sweetheart<br />

of Sigma Chi j Homecoming<br />

attendant j Synchronized<br />

Swim Club.<br />

DEANNA CARRUTHERS<br />

Secretarial Management;<br />

Tri-5, secretary.<br />

GERALD<br />

Zoology.<br />

A. CARTER<br />

MICHAEL D. CATHCART<br />

General; Lambda Chi Alpha.<br />

GILBERT L. CHALLET<br />

Biology; Sigma Nu; Phi<br />

Sigma Xi; UCCF.<br />

DENNIS CHAMBERS<br />

Social Science i <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma<br />

Phi.<br />

JOHN E. CHAPIN. JR.<br />

Accountingj Dormitory<br />

council.<br />

DONNA BURRIS<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

JERRY D. BURWELL<br />

Busines~ Ma!1agement; Sigma<br />

PhI Epsilon, Freshman<br />

Baseball; IFC.<br />

SHARON HENDERSON<br />

BURWELL<br />

Elementary Education'<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta. '<br />

CLAYTON O. BUSH<br />

LIberal Arts.<br />

DON BUTTS<br />

Mechanical Engineering'<br />

~~~~? of Automotive Engi-<br />

GLENN<br />

Personnel<br />

T. CALDWELL<br />

Management.<br />

DIANE SHERYL<br />

CALIGIURI<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

JAMES LEE CHAPMAN<br />

Zoology.<br />

CAROLE<br />

Sociology.<br />

CHILBERG<br />

GAYLE CHRISTIANSEN<br />

Journalism j Gamma Phi<br />

Beta, secretary; <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste,<br />

senior editor j Senior Class<br />

council; Greek Week Committee;<br />

Blue Book Ball, publicity<br />

chairman.<br />

KAY MARY<br />

CHRISTIANSEN<br />

Elementary Education; <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Phi Upsilon; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Pi.<br />

MADGE E. CHURCH<br />

Education.<br />

BARBARA CLARK<br />

English.<br />

PRISCILLA<br />

General.<br />

J. CLARK<br />

LINDA JOY CAMERON<br />

~~TA~tary Education;<br />

BRUCE HYDE<br />

CAMPBELL<br />

Electrical Engineering; Ka _<br />

pa Sigma j Sigma Pi Sigm~'<br />

Electrical a1?-dElectronic En~<br />

gmeers Institute, chairman.<br />

LOUISE MILDRED<br />

CAMPBELL<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

CAROLCARDO<br />

Music; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi'<br />

MENC; Concert Choir ~<br />

A nahuac. }<br />

CLARK C. CARLSON<br />

Economics ; Anahuac, rules<br />

committee president.<br />

DEAN M. CARLSON<br />

General j <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi;<br />

Arnold Air Society.<br />

ELLA ROSE CARLSON<br />

Nursing j Lutheran Student<br />

Association.<br />

JUDITH L. CLARKE'<br />

Elementary Education? AS<br />

Secretary; Imperial Valley<br />

Campus.<br />

KEN CLAYMAN<br />

Social Science; Zeta Beta<br />

Tau, president; IFC, president,<br />

treasurer; Blue Key;<br />

Oceotl, vice president j AS<br />

Council; Athletic Board ;<br />

Who's Who.<br />

NANCY LORRAINE<br />

CLEMENTS<br />

Dietetics j Kappa Alpha<br />

Theta j Home Economics<br />

Club, treasurer; Modern<br />

Dance Club.<br />

WILLIAM L. CLIFFORD<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club.<br />

THOMAS r. CLOVIS<br />

Accounting; Tau Kappa<br />

Epsilon, president; Accounting<br />

Society.<br />

BARBARA CLOYD<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

EUGENEH. M.<br />

COCHRANE<br />

General; Anahuac i Dormitory<br />

resident aniatant.<br />

Pat Dennis Dexter Fisher<br />

Who's<br />

Who<br />

Pat D ennis" IS th<br />

e president of his fraternity Theta Chi. He<br />

h<br />

and<br />

as b<br />

seni<br />

een rush<br />

d ~<br />

h<br />

airman<br />

. f '<br />

0 the Inter-Fraternity Council,<br />

eruorfa viser and president of Phi Eta Sigma He is a<br />

mem ber 0 the Spea k ers 'B ureau and Oceotl He was . a<br />

d<br />

tieIegate H hto the na tironaI I nter-Fraternity .'. Council convenon.<br />

e as a 3.14 grade point average.<br />

Who's Who<br />

Pi Beta Phi Dexter Fisher is treasurer of Cap and Gown and<br />

of Angel Flight. She is the S~eetheart of Sigma. Phi<br />

Epsilon. Last year she was JUnior Class representative to the<br />

AS Council. She is a member of the Lectures and Concerts<br />

Board, Scripps Cottage Board, Debate, an~ the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong> Symphony. Her grade point average IS 3.46.<br />

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R. JUANITA COFFER<br />

Sociology; Anthropology Society.<br />

DIANE COLONELLI;<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

College Chorus.<br />

MARSHALL F. CONOVER<br />

Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma.<br />

AMELIA CONSTANTINO<br />

Graphic .Art; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta;<br />

Kappa PI.<br />

LEE CHARLES COOMBS<br />

Chemistry; American Chemical<br />

Society.<br />

STANLEY H. COOMBS<br />

Social Science; Sabre Society<br />

j Industrial Arts Club.<br />

GEORGEC.<br />

COPENHAVER, JR.<br />

Geology; Teeton <strong>Del</strong>vers.<br />

RICHARD F. DAUBER<br />

Marketing; Alpha Phi Omega;<br />

Tau Sigma j American<br />

Marketing Association, president.<br />

LESLIE L. DAVENPORT<br />

Public Administration;<br />

ASPA.<br />

CHRISTIE DAVIS<br />

English; Tri-S; Upper division<br />

representative; Senior<br />

class representative; Finance<br />

Board j Cetza, president;<br />

AWS orientation chairman,<br />

cultural chairman; Publicity<br />

code chairman j Who's Who.<br />

DOROTHY MARIE<br />

DAVIS<br />

Elementary Education; College<br />

Chorus ; seTA j Aztec<br />

Christian Fellowship.<br />

HELEN JANE DAVIS<br />

Home Economics j Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Home Economics<br />

Club.<br />

DIANE DAWSON<br />

Elementary Education j Kap.<br />

pa Alpha Theta; Little SlSters<br />

of Minerva, president i<br />

Sophomore Class vice president;<br />

Senior Class, treasurer.<br />

MARY SUE DeCOTIIS<br />

Social Welfare; Alpha Pbi.<br />

DIANA DEANE<br />

CORDOVA<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta; Miss<br />

Knockout.<br />

VERA ALDA CORWIN<br />

Education<br />

JESSE COTA<br />

Accounting; Beta Alpha Psi.<br />

RICHARD E. COUCHOIS<br />

Music; P.hi Mu Alpha; Concert<br />

ChOIr; Pep Board.<br />

LINDA L. CRAIN<br />

Elementary Education; Chi<br />

Omega; SeTA; Junior Class<br />

council.<br />

JAMES R. CRANE<br />

Economics; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon.<br />

RODNEY R. CRAWFORD THOMAS A. DeCOTIIS<br />

Psychology. General; Kappa Sigma; Varsity<br />

Wrestling.<br />

EMILY DeLASALAS<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCTA; Newman Club;<br />

Cosmos Club.<br />

LLOYD DeLLA MAS<br />

Business Management;<br />

SAM; American Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

ANGELA DELLA TORRE<br />

Alpha Chi Omega; Tri-S.<br />

JOHN A. DeNINO<br />

Social Science; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Pi; SCTA; Anahuac.<br />

PATRICK DENNIS<br />

Mathematics; Theta Chi,<br />

president, vice president;<br />

IFC j Blue Key; Phi Eta<br />

Sigma, president; Who's<br />

Who.<br />

RICHARD DENURE<br />

CAROL CREIGHTON<br />

Ge.neral; Alpha Chi Omega;<br />

Tn-S; Aztec Marching<br />

Band; Modern Dance Club.<br />

LOUANNA CRENSHAW<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCTA.<br />

FRANK J. CUSENZA<br />

Business Management; SAM<br />

secretary; Sailing Club. '<br />

BUCKLEY DAM<br />

Physical Education.<br />

KATIE JEAN DANGEL<br />

Nursing; Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma.<br />

SUSAN PATRICIA<br />

DANIELEWICZ<br />

Psychology; Student Recreation<br />

Society, secretary;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

RUTH A. DANIELS<br />

Botany; Lutheran Student<br />

Association.<br />

JILL DeSELM<br />

Microbiology; Alpha Chi<br />

Omega; N ational Cross and<br />

Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi<br />

Alpha; Angel Flight; Phi<br />

Mu Epsilon.<br />

MARY LUISE DICKSON<br />

Home Economics; SCTA;<br />

Home Economics Cluh;<br />

NEA; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi;<br />

eTA; Pi Lambda Theta.<br />

JOHN RAYMOND<br />

DESMOND<br />

General.<br />

DONNA J. DIERS<br />

General; Pi Lambda Theta.<br />

DONALD A. DIESTEL<br />

General; Aztec Christian<br />

Fellowship.<br />

BRUCE CLARE DILLON<br />

Journalism; Daily Aztec,<br />

managing editor j <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste,<br />

photographer; Aztec<br />

Engineer, reporter j Sigma<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Chi.<br />

PATRICIA KAY DILLON<br />

Journalism; Aztec, staff iTri-<br />

5, historian; Aztec Engineer<br />

staff.<br />

Suzanne Gaughen Pam Holt<br />

Who's Who Who's Who<br />

Suzanne Gaughen is the president of the Associated Women<br />

Students. She is Alpha Phi's publicity chairman and a<br />

member of Cap and Gown. Suzanne has been a member of<br />

the Publications Board and of Kappa Pi art fraternity.<br />

She was a Homecoming attendant and Queen of AMS<br />

W~ek. She is the recipient of a Union Tribune Scholarship,<br />

and has maintained a 3.3 grade point average.<br />

Pam Holt has been president of Olmeca Hall, Pi Sigma<br />

Alpha treasurer, and women's dormitory representative to<br />

the AS Council. She was a member of the Orientation<br />

Week Committee and the American Societyfor Public<br />

Administration. Her 3.5 grade point average won her the<br />

Art Linkletter Scholarship.<br />

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LEOLA DONAHOO<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

ROGER DONAHOO<br />

Physical Education; Track;<br />

CAHPER; Baseball; Cross<br />

country.<br />

JOHN F. DONNELLY<br />

Zoology.<br />

JOANN WETTERSKOG<br />

DOUD<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta: SOTA; Cetza;<br />

Spurs.<br />

RICHARD<br />

Marketing.<br />

H. DOUGLASS<br />

LLOYD F. DOWELL, JR.<br />

Social Science.<br />

DONNA DROBNICK<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi j <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi<br />

Upsilon.<br />

DONALD F. ENOS<br />

Physical Education; CAH-<br />

PER j Anahuac ; Basketball;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

CAROLYN ERSKINE<br />

Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi.<br />

EMA HOOKS ETNIRE<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

ELDEAN EVANS RAY A. EVANS<br />

Elementary Education. Sociology.<br />

HARRY D. FAIRCHILD<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club.<br />

BERNARD L. FARMER<br />

Music; Phi Mu Alpha;<br />

Dean's List.<br />

JAMES W. DUBBS<br />

Political Science; Sigma Chi;<br />

Freshman Football; Varsity<br />

Tennis; Dean's List.<br />

DARLENE DUERR<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta; SeTA.<br />

GEORGE DULl<br />

Mathematics.<br />

LLOYD W. DUNCAN<br />

Physics; Institute of Radio<br />

Engineers j Baptist Student<br />

Union.<br />

REEDY FRANKLIN<br />

DUNN, JR.<br />

Microbiology.<br />

ELIZABETH EAGLE<br />

Secretarial Management;<br />

Kappa Alpha Theta; Tri-S.<br />

GLENNA GRACE EAST<br />

Art; Kappa Pi.<br />

JOHN WILLIAM<br />

FARNUM<br />

Sociology.<br />

TERRY D. FARRELL<br />

Business Administration; Sigma<br />

Alpha Epsilon; Fine Arts<br />

commi ttee; Pep Board j Senior<br />

Class representative;<br />

Cheer leader.<br />

RAYMOND L. FELLERS<br />

Personnel Management; Alpha<br />

Phi Omega; Arnold Air<br />

Society.<br />

JOAN ANN FERGUSON CARMEN FERNANDEZ<br />

Speech Correction; <strong>Del</strong>ta Elementary Education.<br />

Zeta j Brocas.<br />

JULIO<br />

Political<br />

A. FERNANDEZ<br />

Science.<br />

CAMILLE HELENE<br />

FINGLET<br />

Art, Kappa Alpha Theta.<br />

ROSEMARY A. EKBERG<br />

Sociology; Alpha Phi; Newman<br />

Club.<br />

JENNIE<br />

General.<br />

LEA ELLIOTT<br />

DANIEL L. ELLIS<br />

Elementary Education; Tau<br />

Kappa Epsilon.<br />

FELIX A. ELLIS<br />

Insurance; SAM; Tau<br />

Sigma.<br />

L. ELTON ELLIS III<br />

English.<br />

ILAH JO ELY<br />

Education.<br />

MICHAEL ROGER<br />

ENGLISH<br />

English.<br />

ARLENE L. FIRKINS<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

DEXTER FISHER<br />

English; Pi Beta Phi; Angel<br />

Flight, treasurer; Cap and<br />

Gown, treasurer; Homecoming<br />

attendant; Junior Class<br />

representative; Commissioner<br />

of Elections; Scripps Cottage<br />

Board; LAC Board.<br />

THELMA G. FISHER<br />

Health Education.<br />

JOHN T. FLEMING<br />

Social Science; Kappa Sigma;<br />

Freshman Football.<br />

KEVIN HOWARD<br />

FLEMING<br />

General; Golf.<br />

JANET FOSTER<br />

English; Dormitory resident<br />

assistant; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi;<br />

Inter dormitory council.<br />

MARGARET FOUNTAIN<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Alpha Phi, treasurer.<br />

Arold Hornstein<br />

Who's Who<br />

Arold Hornstein has been president of Oceotl advertising<br />

manager ?f the Daily Aztec, and treasurer and secretary of<br />

the ASSOCIatedMen Students. He was chairman of All<br />

Men's Week and received the Kappa Sigma National<br />

Leadership Award. He also is a member of the Aztec Shops<br />

Board and the Pre-legal Society.<br />

Joe Kiefer<br />

Who's Who<br />

Joe Kief~r, Associated Students pre~ident?~.as ~elected to<br />

be listed m Who's Who last year. HIS acnvitres mclude<br />

being president and treasurer of Sigma Phi Epsilon, serving<br />

as Inter-Fraternity Council secretary, and holding the<br />

office of upper division representative for two terms. He is<br />

also a member of the Finance Board, Aztec Shops Board,<br />

Blue Key, and Oceotl.<br />

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ADELE M. FRACAROLI<br />

Home Economics; Home<br />

Economics Club; SCTA.<br />

KATHLEEN A.<br />

FRANDRUP<br />

Secretarial Management.<br />

DAVID ALAN FRANKEN<br />

General; Lambda Cbi Alpha;<br />

Musical Comedy Guild;<br />

Homecoming commi ttee.<br />

SAMUEL<br />

General.<br />

R. FRANKS<br />

F. ELIZABETH FRANT<br />

English; SCTA; Alpha<br />

Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta.<br />

KENN FREEL<br />

General.<br />

LLOYD C. FRIEDRICHS<br />

Business Education; Pi<br />

Omega Pi; Tri-S.<br />

VALERIE CELIA GILKES<br />

Spanish; Cosmos Club; 80-<br />

ciedad Hispanica.<br />

JOLENE BELLE<br />

GILLARD<br />

Elementary Education; Sigma<br />

Kappa; AWS, representative.<br />

MARILYN ANN GlLWEE<br />

Elementary Education; Newman<br />

Club; Anahuac.<br />

RAYMOND L. GIVENS<br />

Engineering; ASeE; Begineering<br />

Association.<br />

MARY ANN GLEESON<br />

General i College Chorua.<br />

DONALD EDWARD<br />

GLOVER<br />

J nduatrial Arta j Industrial<br />

Art. Club.<br />

ROBERT<br />

Art.<br />

L. GODDARD<br />

J. G. FROST, JR.<br />

Industrial Arts; Epsilon Pi<br />

Tau; Industrial Arts Club.<br />

BARBARA FRY<br />

Elementary Education; Sigma<br />

Kappa; SeTA; Anahuac.<br />

RAYMONDH.<br />

FUKAMIZU<br />

Industrial Arts; Arnold Air<br />

Society; Industrial Arts<br />

Club; <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste, photographer.<br />

ROBERT E. FULWIDER<br />

Business Administration'<br />

SAM.<br />

'<br />

ANTHONY GALBA<br />

Public Administration.<br />

DANIEL LAGOS O.<br />

GALLARDO<br />

Political Science; Inter dorm<br />

council, president, treasurer;<br />

ToItec Hall, president;<br />

Young Republicans president;<br />

Society for Public Administration.<br />

ROBERT D. GARDNER<br />

Radio and Television; Theta<br />

Chi; Alpha Epsilon Rho,<br />

president; RadIO and Television<br />

Guild; Dean's List.<br />

JUDITH A. GOODRICH<br />

Sociology; Sociology Club;<br />

Inter dorm council; College<br />

Chorus.<br />

PATRICIA<br />

Elementary<br />

O. GOOSEY<br />

Education.<br />

JOANN GORE .<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCTA.<br />

SHIRLEY GOWER<br />

Social Science.<br />

NANCY JOSEPHINE<br />

GRIMARD<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta, corresponding<br />

secretary; CTA; Modern<br />

Dance Club; French Club.<br />

LLOYD GAYLORD<br />

GRIMES<br />

Personnel Management;<br />

Spanish Club; J udo Club;<br />

Alpha Mu Gamma.<br />

DAVIO A. GROBECKER<br />

Microbiology; Rugby.<br />

SANDRA LEE GARDNER<br />

Sociology; Alpha Phi.<br />

GARY L. GARNER<br />

Geology; Tecton <strong>Del</strong>vers.<br />

SUZANNE MARIE<br />

GAUGHEN<br />

Art; Alpha Phi; Kappa Pi;<br />

~:~t ~dS GC';:~~~IW~~bli~s~=<br />

tions Board; Queen of AMS<br />

Week; Homecoming attendant;<br />

Aztec staff; Greek<br />

Week Committee; Who's<br />

Who.<br />

ROSIE GEE<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

J. L. GEITZ<br />

Accounting; Accounting Society.<br />

DAVID R. GENTRY<br />

Chemistry; Tau Kappa Epsilon;<br />

Cross country; Track.<br />

ROBERT ARTHUR GIBBS<br />

Civil Engineering; Sigma<br />

Phi Epsilon; ASCE.<br />

LINDA GUENZLER<br />

General; Aztec, staff.<br />

RAYMOND GUINN<br />

Accounting j Tau Kappa<br />

Epsilon, vice president, historian<br />

j Accoun ting Society;<br />

Oceotl.<br />

GLEN GUNDERSON<br />

Psychology j German Club;<br />

Ski Club.<br />

LUANNE<br />

Elementary<br />

M. GUSTAFSON<br />

Education.<br />

HILTRUD HAAG<br />

Education; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

LOIS R. HADDEN<br />

Psychology .<br />

EARL JAY HALE<br />

Business Managementj Pi<br />

Kappa Alpha, social chairman;<br />

Varsity rugby; Men',<br />

Glee; Aztec Ski Club.<br />

Mike<br />

Who's<br />

Lembeck<br />

Who<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha Mike Lembeck has been treasurer, vice<br />

president, and president of his fraternity, and served two<br />

terms as upper division representative. He has been<br />

Homecoming parade director and float chairman. He is a<br />

member of the judiciary board of the Inter-fraternity<br />

Council, the Long-Range Planning Board, and of the<br />

Lectures and Concerts Board.<br />

Lynn Loughrey<br />

Who's Who<br />

Lynn Loughrey was selected to be listed in Who's Who as a<br />

junior last year. She is the cha;ncellorof Cap and Gown.<br />

She previously served as Associated Women Studen~<br />

president, office manager ~d treasurer of Panhellenic, and<br />

vice president of Alpha PhI. She has a 3.3 grade pomt<br />

average.<br />

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KENNETH<br />

General.<br />

G. HALL<br />

TOM GIBSON HALL, JR.<br />

Social Science; Phi Alpha<br />

Theta; Debate team.<br />

MERLENE ANN<br />

HAMILTON<br />

Social Welfare; College Y.<br />

ROBERT EUGENE<br />

HANEY<br />

Psychology.<br />

SHALE L. HANSON<br />

Civil Engineering· ASeE·<br />

Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta; Aztec'Ski Club:<br />

JEUNESSE HANUS<br />

B~ology; Chi Omega; Little<br />

Sisters- of Minerva.<br />

LYNN E. HANUS<br />

Marketing; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon; American Marketing<br />

Association; SAM.<br />

H. HORST HERRMANN<br />

Liberal Arts j German Club,<br />

president; Aztec Ski Club,<br />

vice president; Ski team,<br />

captain; Alpha Mu Gamma.<br />

SHARON HILL<br />

Sociology j Cetza; Spurs.<br />

JAMES W. HIVELY<br />

Engineering; Sigma Nu; Alpha<br />

Phi Omega; Anahuac.<br />

CARRIE L. HOBSON<br />

English Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Alpha<br />

Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta.<br />

KENNETH HOFFA<br />

Accounting; Beta Alpha Psi:<br />

Accounting Society j Beta<br />

Gamma Sigma; Blue Key.<br />

MARY LEE HOGAN<br />

Nursing; Alpha Chi Omega,<br />

correl~nding secretary; An~<br />

gel Flight; Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

Crescenta; Homecoming<br />

Committee; Student Nune.<br />

Association.<br />

THEODORE EUGENE<br />

HOLDT<br />

Physical Geology; Young<br />

Republicans.<br />

JEFF TODD HARRIS<br />

German; Kappa Sigma.<br />

JEAN LEONARD HARRIS<br />

Ma~keting; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon: Pre legal Society;<br />

American Marketing Asso~<br />

ciation.<br />

ANNE CAROLINE<br />

HAWKINS<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Gamma Phi Beta.<br />

JEAN HAWLEY<br />

Office Management; Pi Beta<br />

Phi.<br />

NORMAN D. HAWORTH<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club; Dean's List.<br />

GARY EARL HAYWARD<br />

Mathematics.<br />

CHARLES W. HAYES<br />

Art; Kappa Pi.<br />

FRANCINE M.<br />

HOLLENBACH<br />

Spanish; Anahuac; Newman<br />

Club; French Club.<br />

DARRELL C.<br />

HOLMGREN<br />

Psychology j Varsity swimming<br />

team, captain.<br />

PAMELA KAY HOLT<br />

Political Science; Olmeca<br />

Hall, president; Inter donn<br />

council; AS Council; Pi Sigma<br />

Alpha; American Society<br />

for Public Administration;<br />

Dean's List; Who's Who.<br />

DON HOLTGRIEVE<br />

Social Science; Sigma Chi.<br />

BEATRICE HOM<br />

Chemistry; American Chernical<br />

Society.<br />

C. DWIGHT HORNER<br />

Industrial Arts.<br />

CAROLE<br />

General.<br />

HOSKINS<br />

JAY P. HEADLEY<br />

Physical Education' <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Sign;.a Phi, president; Gym-<br />

Che~~sie~~;rPER; Oceotl ;<br />

SANDRA LOUISE<br />

HEFTIE<br />

Elementary Education; Constitution<br />

committee, secretary,<br />

Imperial Valley campus.<br />

BARBARA JEAN HEMPEL<br />

Business Education.<br />

GARY WAYNE HELMING<br />

Physics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon.<br />

SUSAN ELIZABETH<br />

HENRY<br />

Home Economics; Alpha Chi<br />

Omega; Home Economics<br />

Club; Cetza; Spurs; Scripps<br />

Cottage Board' Panhellenic<br />

representative; 'UeCF' Con~<br />

cert Choir; Anahuac; College<br />

Y.<br />

ALFRED<br />

History.<br />

B. HERB<br />

ROGER<br />

HERCHENROEDER<br />

Physics.<br />

JUDY HOUSTON<br />

English.<br />

JERRY CRAIN HULBERT<br />

Physical Education; Pi<br />

Kappa Alpha.<br />

PAULA DEE HUNT<br />

Physical Education; Pi Beta<br />

Phi, secretary; Cetza, president;<br />

Cap and Gown; WRA,<br />

president; Song leader; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

DOUGLAS HUSE<br />

Radio and Television; Tau<br />

Kappa Epsilon.<br />

ALBERTA<br />

Education.<br />

HUTCHENS<br />

JANE HUTCHENS<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

EDWARD<br />

Educa.tion.<br />

C. INSKEEP<br />

Barbara Maloney<br />

Carolyn Myers<br />

Who's Who Who's Who<br />

Alpha Chi Omega president Barbara Maloney is a member<br />

o~Cap a!1dGown an~ K.appa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi honoraries. She was<br />

VIcepresident of the junior class and of Angel Flight. She<br />

also served as Homecoming dance chairman. Barbara has<br />

been a member of the Freshman Cabinet Panhellenic<br />

J u?iciary Board, Cetza, and Spurs. She has a 3.0 grade<br />

point average.<br />

Associated Students secretary Carolyn Myers has been. an<br />

upper division representative, chairman of student onentation,<br />

and a rush counselor for Panhellenic. Her other .<br />

activities include serving as president of Hillel, ~h chairman<br />

and vice president of her sorority, Alpha Epsilon. She<br />

was a member of the Special Events Board. She was .<br />

chosen as the Outstanding Junior Woman by the Associated<br />

Women Students last year.<br />

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MICHAEL<br />

Psychology.<br />

IRWIN<br />

JANET B. JACKSON<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SeTA; Lutheran Student<br />

Association.<br />

JAMES F. JACKSON<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

CLAYTON JACOBY<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

JAMES ALFRED JAEGER<br />

Mathematics.<br />

FRITS<br />

Physics.<br />

J. JANSEN<br />

WILLIAM<br />

Sociology.<br />

E. JAYNES<br />

KATHLEEN KEACH<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

JOHN R. KELLY<br />

Elementary Education j<br />

Newman Club, president.<br />

STANLEY<br />

Elementary<br />

KEMERY<br />

Education.<br />

DAVID C. KENNEDY<br />

Business Management; Ka~pa<br />

Sigma; SAM, news edieor<br />

, Tau Sigma, treasurer;<br />

Journal of Business, editor;<br />

Anahuac.<br />

BARBARA LYNN KENT<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Pi.<br />

ROBERT LEE KIER<br />

Radio and Television; Alpha<br />

Epsilon Rho; Radio and<br />

Television GuL1d.<br />

KENNETH S. KILBOURN<br />

Dwinell Management,<br />

HENRY J. JEITLER<br />

Education.<br />

JUDITH ANNE JENKINS<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta, vice president;<br />

SC'T'A; Modern Dance Club,<br />

secretary.<br />

MAXINE JENNINGS<br />

Social Science; Can terbury<br />

Association; Musical Comedy<br />

Guild; "Me and Juliet'"<br />

"Second Mrs. Tanqueray,"<br />

RICHARD WILSON<br />

JENNINGS<br />

General.<br />

ROBERT B. JETER<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association, treasurer,<br />

vice president.<br />

JAMES M. JOHNSON<br />

Economics; SAM.<br />

MILO PERRY JOHNSON,<br />

JR.<br />

Elementary Education; Constitution<br />

committee, chairman,<br />

Imperial Valley campus.<br />

SHIRLEY<br />

Elementary<br />

KIMBERLIN<br />

Education.<br />

CYNTHIA M. KING ALADOR KISH<br />

Physical Education; Kappa<br />

Sigma; IFC, rush chairman.<br />

JOSEPH T. KLASCH<br />

Psychology; Arnold Air Society.<br />

NANCY KLOPFENSTEIN<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Phi.<br />

IRVING KNIGHT<br />

Civil Engineering ; ASeE;<br />

Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta.<br />

CECIL A. KNUDSEN<br />

Physics; IRE.<br />

ROBERT<br />

Elementary<br />

W. JOHNSON<br />

Education.<br />

WAYNE R. JOHNSON<br />

Industrial Management; Sigma<br />

Nu; SAM; Aztec Ski<br />

Club.<br />

MARGARET A. JOLLY<br />

Social Welfare; Dean's List.<br />

JOHN P. JONES<br />

Physics.<br />

SALLIE A. JORDAN<br />

Zoology; Phi Mu Epsilon;<br />

Anahuac.<br />

SHIRLEY JORGENSEN<br />

Social Science; Kappa Alpha<br />

Theta, vice president;<br />

Sophomore Class, secretary;<br />

Aztec majorette j Miss Sigma<br />

Chi Derby Day.<br />

CHARLES V.<br />

KAMMERMANN<br />

Social Science.<br />

SHIRLEY<br />

English.<br />

KNUTSON<br />

KAREN C. KOCH<br />

Home Economics; Newman<br />

Club, corresponding secretary.<br />

JAMES J. KOKINDA .<br />

Economics; AMS Council ;<br />

AMS Supreme Court Justice;<br />

Young Democrats, president.<br />

JOSEPHINE N. KOSTAS<br />

Speech Arts; Brocas, secretary.<br />

WILLIAM LARRY<br />

KRAMER<br />

Sociology; Vanity Baseball;<br />

Dean's List.<br />

JOYCE CAROL KRAUSE<br />

Anthropology; Anthropol~<br />

Society, secretary; Aztec. Ski<br />

Club.<br />

RICHARD<br />

History.<br />

KREBS<br />

Margot<br />

Nilsen<br />

Who's Who<br />

Margot Nilsen is the vice chancellor of Cap and Gown,<br />

chairman of the Pep Board, and senior resident assistant of<br />

Olmeca Hall. She is a member of the Speakers' Bureau,<br />

Aztec Marching Band, and the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> Symphony.<br />

She has maintained a 3.0 grade point average and is the<br />

recipient of the DeWitt Bisbee Williams Scholarship.<br />

<strong>San</strong>di<br />

Pieri<br />

Who's Who<br />

<strong>San</strong>di Pieri is the originator of the AWS "I.t's a Woman's<br />

World" series. She has also served as ASSOCiatedStudents<br />

secretary and as a member of the student-fa~ulty cOIIlIl?ttee<br />

on Unethical Practices, Who's Who Comnnttee, E"ect~rs<br />

Committee, Spring Sing Committee, and the Senior ass<br />

Cabinet.<br />

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MILES F. KROGFUS<br />

English.<br />

RODNEY LEE KRUEGER<br />

Art; Kappa Pi' Potters'<br />

Guild.<br />

'<br />

LOIS N. KRUSE<br />

Social Science; Alpha Lambda<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta.<br />

WILLIAM E. KRUSE<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau'<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

'<br />

; Kap-<br />

ALLAN KUERBIS<br />

Busi~ess .Management<br />

pa SIgma.'<br />

JEANNIE JOAN KUHNS<br />

Psychology; Newman Club.<br />

RAY KUROSAD<br />

Social Science.<br />

LUANNE LEESON<br />

Elementary Education j<br />

:;eTA; ACE j Lutheran Student<br />

Association, treasurer.<br />

DENISE LEGRAND<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

WILLIAM JOSEPH<br />

LEHMANN<br />

Psychology: Lambda Chi<br />

Alpha.<br />

PAMELA<br />

Elementary<br />

LEMING<br />

Education.<br />

V. T. LEPOVITZ<br />

Industrial Arll.<br />

JUDIE LEWIS<br />

Art; UCCF.<br />

JULIE ANN LEWIS<br />

tlementuy Edu.ca.tionj K.a.p-o<br />

pa <strong>Del</strong>t. Pi; <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Up..<br />

silon; Cetza; Spun; An ....<br />

huac; Blue Book "Ball, decorations<br />

committee.<br />

MARY ELIZABETH LAB<br />

Elementary Education' <strong>Del</strong>t~<br />

Phi Upsilon; Kappa'<strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

PI; Dean's List.<br />

ALAN LAMBERT<br />

Industrial Arts j Kappa Sigma.<br />

LOWELL L. LAMPMAN<br />

Business Administration'<br />

American Marketing A;socranon<br />

; Men's Glee.<br />

CALOMERA LAMPROU<br />

Elementary Education; Chi<br />

Omega; Cetza; Anahuac'<br />

Spurs.<br />

'<br />

JUDITH LANDRY<br />

Nursing; Student Nurses'<br />

Association.<br />

BARBARA LANE<br />

Elementary Education j Newman<br />

Club; SCTA.<br />

CRYSTAL LANE<br />

Elementary Education; <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Phi Upsilon.<br />

ROBERT MILLARD<br />

LEWIS<br />

Speech Therapy j Sigma Chi;<br />

Brocas ; Activities Board,<br />

chairman; AS Awards Day<br />

chairman.<br />

'<br />

STEPHEN LINK<br />

Political Science.<br />

HARRIET<br />

Elementary<br />

LISAK<br />

Education.<br />

DIANE<br />

Nursing.<br />

LLERA<br />

ELAINA LOBDELL<br />

Art; Kappa Pi; Art Guild;<br />

NEA; SCTA.<br />

DeBOSE JAMES LONG<br />

Music; Phi Mu Alpha; Ocncert<br />

Band; Orcheetra ; Aztec<br />

Marching Band; MENC.<br />

RICHARD F. LONG<br />

Industrial<br />

Am Club;<br />

Am; IDdwtrial<br />

Golf team; EPli-<br />

Ion Pi Tau ; K.pp. <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

CARL WILLIAM<br />

LANGHORST<br />

Chemistry; SAACS, president,<br />

treasurer; Anahuac.<br />

VIRGINIA LARKIN<br />

Elementary Education; Chi<br />

Omega, personnel chairman'<br />

Angel Flight; SCTA. '<br />

CHRISTINE MARIE<br />

LARSON<br />

Elementary Education' Alpha<br />

Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta j Anahuac'<br />

Cetza; Spurs; SCT A. '<br />

KAREN THERESA<br />

LARSON<br />

Elementary Education' AI~<br />

pha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta; SCTA; 'Anahuac;<br />

Cetza; Spurs.<br />

DONNA LA RUE<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

PATRICIA ELAINE<br />

LAZOS<br />

Elementary Education; Gamma<br />

Pbi Beta, president;<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha Crescents,<br />

vice president; Spurs.<br />

ANN KATHERINE LEE<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta; NEA; SCTA.<br />

ROBERT<br />

Elementary<br />

E. LONG<br />

Education.<br />

LYNN LOUGHREY<br />

Recreation Administration j<br />

Alpha Phi, vice president;<br />

Panhellenic, treasurer; Cap<br />

and Gown, chancellor; AWS,<br />

president; AS Council; Student<br />

Recreation Society;<br />

Women's Tennis; Who's<br />

Who.<br />

PERRY W. LOVE<br />

Industrial Arts ; AFROTC<br />

Rifle team; College Chorus.<br />

RONALD LOWER<br />

Banking and Finance.<br />

LINDA M. LUALLIN<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta, social<br />

chairman, treasurer j seTA j<br />

NEA.<br />

THEODORE DREXEL<br />

LUCAS<br />

Music; Phi Mu Alpha; Symphony<br />

Orchestra; Concert<br />

Band; Brass Choir.<br />

CYNTHIA LUNDH<br />

Elementary Education; Pi<br />

Beta Phi.<br />

<strong>San</strong>die<br />

Shipe<br />

Who's Who<br />

<strong>San</strong>die Shipe has served <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> as upper division<br />

rep.resent


STEPHEN RICHARD<br />

LYDON<br />

Marketing; Sigma Alpha Epsilon;.<br />

American Marketing<br />

Association j Freshman Baseball.<br />

RICHARD ANTHONY<br />

MARKS<br />

~J~&.Kappa Pi; Newman<br />

OLIVER D. T. LYNCH<br />

JR.<br />

Physics; <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi·<br />

rFC. man Club; Anahuac;<br />

BONITA L. MARTIN<br />

~~u~tary Education;<br />

RONALD EUGENE<br />

LYNCH<br />

Sp~echj Musical Comedy<br />

Gu~ld; Readers' Theatre<br />

Guild ; Skull and Dagger.<br />

FEROL MARTIN<br />

Elementary Education'<br />

Roger Williams Club ~ College<br />

Y.<br />

'<br />

ARTHUR RAY LYONS<br />

Social Science.<br />

MARCEL J. MARTINEAU<br />

Business M~nagement; Beta<br />

Gamma Sigma; Newman<br />

Club; SAM.<br />

BARBARA EDITH<br />

MALONEY<br />

Education; Alpha Chi Omega,<br />

president, vice president ;<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Cap and.<br />

~own; Oetza, Angel Flight,<br />

~ce presidenr; Junior Class,<br />

VIce presidenr ; Homecoming<br />

Dance,<br />

Who.<br />

chairman; Who's<br />

DAVID M. MARUSA<br />

Electrical Engineering; IRE.<br />

ALAN C. MARION<br />

Physical Science' Tau Kappa<br />

Epsilon. '<br />

EDWIN FRANK<br />

MARZANO<br />

Mechanical Engineering; Inter<br />

varsi ty Christian Fellowship;<br />

Varsity football.<br />

LEROY J. MARKLEY<br />

Accounting; Accounting S0-<br />

ciety; SAM; Golf.<br />

JUDY MASEK<br />

Art.<br />

EVALYN McBRIDE<br />

General.<br />

LARRY McCOY<br />

General.<br />

PAUL VINCENT<br />

McBRIDE<br />

Accounting j Accounting<br />

Society.<br />

GLORIA McCULLOUGH<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCT A; Dormitory resident<br />

assistant.<br />

LUCILLE McCAMEY<br />

Psychology; Psi Chi.<br />

L. R. McENTEE<br />

Mathematics.<br />

MARGARET<br />

McCLINTOCK<br />

Education.<br />

SHARON ROSE<br />

McGOWAN<br />

Chemistry; SAACS; Newman<br />

Club.<br />

CLYDE G. McCLURE<br />

Education.<br />

SUE McGRATH<br />

Education; Song leader; International<br />

Club.<br />

RUTH A. MCLURE<br />

Horne Eccacmics ; W.. ley<br />

Foundation: Hom Econ,C)oo<br />

mice Club; SCTA.<br />

DAVID P. McKEE<br />

Buslne.. Management;<br />

SAM.<br />

JAME McC RMAC<br />

Mlllh rnlltlct.<br />

HELEN Me EN A<br />

F.ycbolorr·<br />

JUDITH L. MATHEWS<br />

Microbiology; <strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta<br />

secr~tary,.historianj Phi M~<br />

Epsilon, VIce president.<br />

DALE VAN LEER<br />

MATHIS<br />

Personnel Management.<br />

Arnold Air Society· '<br />

AFROTC. '<br />

MARLENE DIANE<br />

MATTES<br />

Education; California Kindergarten<br />

Association.<br />

KARL J. MATULA<br />

Social Science; SCT A.<br />

ROSE MARIE MAULIS<br />

Home .Economics; Home<br />

ECOn01D1CS Club.<br />

ALLEN C. McBETH<br />

Political Science; Pi Kappa<br />

Alpha; Freshman football;<br />

Varsity football; Rugby;<br />

Freshman track.<br />

DONALD S. McBRIDE<br />

Accounting; Accounti?g ~cr<br />

ciety j Beta Alpha PSI, VIce<br />

president.<br />

CATHERINE L.<br />

McKITTRICK<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

RACHEL C. McKNIGHT<br />

Home Economics; Home<br />

Economics Club; Anahuac.<br />

CLARE RICHARD<br />

McMAHON<br />

Sociology.<br />

JOHN J. McMANUS<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club; Anahuac; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Epsilon Pi Tau.<br />

MARTHA McMURRAY<br />

Speech Am; Brocas.<br />

FREDERICK K.<br />

McNAMARA<br />

Speech Am ; Brocu.<br />

R.EBA McNtrrr<br />

EdllCiLtion.<br />

Gary Solbue<br />

Who's Who<br />

H~per U divisi lV~slOn~epresentative Gary Solbue was chairman of<br />

H mecom~ngthis year. He has previously served as<br />

b omecommg float chairman and parade director. He has<br />

een~ecretary of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is a<br />

~e~ er of the Pep Board, Public Relations Board, the<br />

thu sent-FkacultyCommittee on Unethical Practices, and<br />

e pea ers' Bureau.<br />

Mike Spurgeon<br />

Who's Who<br />

Mike Spurgeon is the vice president of the Associated<br />

Students. He was sophomore representative to the AS<br />

Council last year. He has been parade director for Homecoming<br />

and Pi Kappa Alpha delegate to the ~nter- .<br />

Fraternity Council. He is a Tarastec Hall resident assistant<br />

and member of OceotI.<br />

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DORIS ANNE McQUAIDE<br />

Elementary Education'<br />

Gamma Phi Beta, vice' president;<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

Crescents.<br />

MELINDA MELLUSI<br />

Elementary Education' Chi<br />

Omega; Little Siste:S of<br />

Minerva; SeTA.<br />

EVELYN MENDENHALL FRANCISCO M.<br />

Psychology. JOHN G. METROULAS<br />

CORINE MUIR<br />

MENDOZA<br />

JAMES PAUL METTS<br />

Psychology.<br />

JUDITH MICHAEL.<br />

Physical Education'<br />

General; Sigma Alpha Epsilon<br />

j Oceotl ; <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste<br />

Phi.<br />

Mathematics j <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma English; Alpha Chi Omega. CAHPER. '<br />

fraternity editor; AMS, vic~<br />

president.<br />

GARY H. MUIRHEAD<br />

Industrial Arts; Varsity<br />

crew.<br />

JANET MURRAY<br />

Home Economics; Alpha Xi<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta; Home Economics<br />

Club.<br />

BOB J. MYERS<br />

Elementary Education; AS<br />

President, Imperial Valley<br />

campus.<br />

EDITH MYERS<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

JEANNE MYERS<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Alpha Phi.<br />

ST ART MY TER<br />

r,ycbol y.<br />

AUDREY<br />

General.<br />

M. MILLER<br />

RALPH D. MILLER<br />

English ; Pi Kappa Alpha.<br />

JUDY MITCHELL<br />

Elementary Education; Ana-<br />

~~~~~ Maya Hall, wing pres-<br />

BONNIE JUNE<br />

MONTGOMERY<br />

General; "Iolanthe."<br />

MARY MONTGOMERY<br />

Education; SCTA.<br />

WAYNE DALE MOORE<br />

Chemistry; SAACS.<br />

KAREN KAY<br />

MOREHOUSE<br />

Social Welfare.<br />

CHLOETTA NAPIER<br />

Elementary Education'<br />

CAHPER; SPEC' Dornrn.<br />

tory resident assist~t· Maya<br />

Hall, vice president. )<br />

VERA MAE NEEL<br />

Social Welfare j Aztec<br />

Christian Fellowship.<br />

GARY R. NELSON<br />

Business Management; Kappa<br />

Sigma; AMS council.<br />

JOAN NELSON<br />

Elementary Education; AI~<br />

pha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta, preaident<br />

; Theta Chi Dreamgir1;<br />

Cetza; Concert Choir;<br />

SCTA.<br />

WAYNE ROGER NELSON<br />

Photography; Anahuac.<br />

A. WILLIAM NEWMAN<br />

Mechanical Engineerin ;<br />

Society of Automotive En·<br />

gineen.<br />

ANCY ANNE NIELS!<br />

SociaJ Science; An.ahuac;<br />

Lutheran S,u6eo' ~<br />

reitdenl u-<br />

~i~~~t?0rmilOf')'<br />

WAYNE O. MORRIS<br />

Social Science; Track.<br />

MARY MORRISON<br />

GILBERT E. MORTON<br />

Nursing. BARBARA S. MOSS<br />

MARGOT NILSEN<br />

Accoun ting ; Kappa Sigma'<br />

Home Economics' Home PAUL W. MOUNTJOY<br />

ROLAND MUEHLNER JOHN W. MU.ELl.ER . Elementary Education'<br />

Accounting Society; Golf. ' Economics Club. '<br />

Ma.rketing; American Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

Chemistry; Tennis.<br />

Art; Kappa PI, VIce preadent.<br />

Donnitory resident assistant·<br />

Olmeca Hall, publicity chair:<br />

man; Pep Board, chairman;<br />

- Cap and Gown vice chan.<br />

.. cellar; Orienta'tion Week<br />

rally chairman j Senior elas:<br />

council, Who's Who.<br />

NORMAN<br />

General.<br />

S. NILSON<br />

LYN NOAH<br />

Sociology; Zapotec Hall,<br />

president.<br />

ROBERT NORTHUP<br />

Physics j IRE.<br />

MARY E. NULTON<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCTA.<br />

LEO NUNEZ<br />

Geology.<br />

CLORENA 'CONNOR<br />

Elerneotary Educatioo;<br />

CTA; Roger Willlaou<br />

Club.<br />

190 191


WALTER R. ODENING<br />

Biology; Sigma Nu; Rugby.<br />

JUDITH OLIVE<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta j Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi·<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon; Alph~<br />

Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta; Anahuac.<br />

GEORGEE.OLMSTEAD<br />

Banking and Finance' Pre<br />

legal society; Beta G~mma<br />

Sigma j Dean's List.<br />

NANCY ELIZABETH<br />

OLSON<br />

Elementary Education; Chi<br />

Omega ; seTA j Angel<br />

Flight; Xolotl.<br />

ROBERT E. OLSON<br />

Personnel Management;<br />

Kappa Sigma.<br />

ROGER OLSON<br />

Psychology; College Chorus.<br />

S. DIANNE OMSTED<br />

Psychology; Psi Chi.<br />

EUGENE E. PATTERSON<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club; SCTA; Epsilon<br />

Pi Tau; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

OTIS PAUL<br />

Psychology; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon; IFC, secretary;<br />

Aesculapians, president; Phi<br />

Eta Sigma, president;<br />

Oceoel.<br />

J. DANIEL PAWLOWSKI<br />

Social Science j Alpha Phi<br />

Omega; Tarastec Hall, wing<br />

president.<br />

LOUIS L. PECHI<br />

Physics; IRE; Sigma Pi<br />

Sigma.<br />

LEO R. PERKINS<br />

Social Science j Sigma Chi;<br />

Lower division representative<br />

j Finance Board; SeT A;<br />

ASPA.<br />

PATRICIA M. PERONA<br />

Psychology; Psi Chi; New·<br />

man Club.<br />

MICHAEL JOSEPH<br />

PETER<br />

Social Science; Arnold Air<br />

Society, president.<br />

ROY N. O'NEIL<br />

~i~1~onic Engineering;<br />

JAMES M. ORVICK<br />

Psychology; Varsi ty track·<br />

Concert choir; Madrigals. '<br />

CHARLES T.<br />

OSTERMEYER<br />

X~~h~a~L Pre legal society;<br />

HANS OSTROM IN SKI<br />

Political Science.<br />

JANET OVERMYER<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCTA.<br />

SHARON<br />

Elementary<br />

PAGAN<br />

Education.<br />

JOHN B. PAGLIUSO HARRY L. PETERSON<br />

Civil Engineering; ASeE. Sociology.<br />

LOIS M. PETZOLD<br />

Sociology.<br />

fOHN L. PIATT<br />

Psychology; Ski Club.<br />

SANDRA E. PIERI<br />

English; AS secretary; A WS<br />

council; Finance Board;<br />

Scripps Cottage Board; Unethical<br />

Practices Board;<br />

Who's Who.<br />

HELEN C. PIETY<br />

Social Science; Sociedad<br />

Hispanice.<br />

WILLIAM ELBERT<br />

PIPES. III<br />

Mechanical En&,ineering;<br />

Sigma Phi Epsllon ; Society<br />

of Automotive Engineers,<br />

treasurer; Aztec Engineer,<br />

news editor.<br />

NANCY H. PLANTENGA<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCTA.<br />

FREDERICK J. PAHL<br />

Sociology.<br />

DANIEL M. PAINE<br />

Biology.<br />

MICHAEL PALMER<br />

Finance; Sigma Phi Epsilon;<br />

Wesley Foundation; Men's<br />

Glee; Tau Sigma; American<br />

Marketing Association.<br />

NICK N. PARDO<br />

Chemistry; SAACS, vice<br />

president.<br />

JOAN ELLEN PARKER<br />

Elemen tary Ed ucation;<br />

SeTA.<br />

JACK CONRAD PARRISH<br />

Speech Arts; Sigma Pi,<br />

pledge trainer; Brocas.<br />

JERRY T. PATRICK<br />

Psychology.<br />

GEORGE R. POHLMAN<br />

Industrial Arts; Epsilon Pi<br />

Tau j Industrial Arts Club.<br />

SUSAN JANE POPE<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCTA.<br />

VIJA PORTS<br />

Art j Kappa Pi.<br />

JAMES L. POST<br />

Industrial Arts.<br />

JOSEPH V. POTTER<br />

Physical Education j Arnold<br />

Air Society j CAHPER;<br />

Wrestling; Anahuac.<br />

TEKLA JEANNE POWELL<br />

Social Science; CAHPER<br />

secretary; SPEC j Ange j<br />

Flight, treasurer.<br />

GEORGINE V. POWERS<br />

Elementary Educauon j<br />

SCTA.


lANET PRESLEY<br />

Education.<br />

RAYMOND PRESTON<br />

Sociology.<br />

ANGELA PRICE<br />

Elementary Education; ACE.<br />

THOMAS C. PROCTER<br />

Physical Education j Sigma<br />

Phi Epsilon; Concert Choir;<br />

CAHPER; NEA; CTA; Ski<br />

Club; Verse Choir;" Track;<br />

Football.<br />

JOHN PURDY<br />

Social Science; <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma<br />

Phi.<br />

WILLIAM WESLEY<br />

QUARTON<br />

Psychology; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon.<br />

ROBERT RANKIN<br />

Business Management;<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha.<br />

VELMA I. ROSE<br />

Education.<br />

STEPHEN ROSENZWEIG<br />

Social Welfare.<br />

PHILLIP A. ROTH<br />

Sociology.<br />

ROY J. ROW<br />

General; Lambda Chi Alpha;<br />

Alpha Phi Omega.<br />

DALE K. ROYBAL<br />

Horne Economics; Home<br />

Economics Club.<br />

THEODORE J. ROYBAL<br />

Industrial Arts.<br />

ALEXANDER S.<br />

RUGGIERO<br />

General.<br />

MARILYN JEAN<br />

RASMUSSEN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

RICHARD A. RATHJEN<br />

Accounting; Accounting Society;<br />

SAM, treasurer.<br />

RAYMOND R.<br />

RAYMONDE<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association; Readers'<br />

Theatre Guild.<br />

WILSON DARRELL<br />

REICH<br />

Psychology; Tau Kappa Epsilon.<br />

C. M. REINHOLDT<br />

Mechanical Engineering j Society<br />

of Automotive Engineers.<br />

JEANNE M. REYNOLDS<br />

Home Economics; Home<br />

Economics Club.<br />

TINALEE E. RICE<br />

Music; Alpha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta;<br />

Sigma Alpha Iota, treasurer;<br />

MENC; Symphonic Band;<br />

Symphony Orchestra; Ftagtwirler.<br />

GAIL RUNDSTROM<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Alpha Chi Omega.<br />

WALLY RUNNELS<br />

Art; Sigma Chi.<br />

EDWARD J. RUSSO<br />

Mathematics.<br />

VIVIAN RUSSO<br />

Physical Education.<br />

LYNNE SAMUEL<br />

Music; Sigma Alpha Iota;<br />

MENC i Concert Choir;<br />

Aztec Marching Band; Madrigals.<br />

BEVERLY SANDERS<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Homecoming Queen j Angel<br />

Flirht, commander; Dream-<br />

~~ee~ea~~<br />

of~C~Di~~~~:<br />

JONATHAN EDWARDS<br />

SANDY<br />

Recreation; Alpha Phi<br />

Omega.<br />

KENNETH C. RICHARDS<br />

Accounting j Tau Kappa<br />

Epsilon.<br />

JAMES M. RILEY<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

JOHN L. RINDONE<br />

Social Science; Phi Eta<br />

Sigma.<br />

RICHARD CHARLES<br />

RINGSMUTH<br />

Art; Pi Kappa Alpha.<br />

ROBERT H. RIPPY<br />

Social Science.<br />

PATRICK WILLIAM<br />

ROBERTS<br />

Industrial Arts j Varsity<br />

football; Blue Key; Epsilon<br />

Pi Tau; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

GERALD ROBERTSON,<br />

JR.<br />

General; Arnold Air Society.<br />

JAMES SANTALO<br />

Spanish ; Alpha Mu Gamma;<br />

Sociedad Hispanica, vice<br />

president.<br />

STEVEN CONRAD<br />

SCHABER<br />

German; German Club; Phi<br />

Eta Sigma; Alpha Mu Gamma,<br />

president; Anahuac.<br />

ROSEMARY<br />

Education.<br />

SCHLll!<br />

DONNA SCHMITZ<br />

Elementary Education; Gamma<br />

Phi Beta; SCTA; Panhellenic,<br />

treasurer; Greek<br />

Retreat, chairman.<br />

RICHARD E. SCHWARTZ<br />

Accounting j Beta Alpha P.i.<br />

CAROL ANNE<br />

ROBINSON<br />

Education; Aztec Ski Club;<br />

SCTA.<br />

MARY ANN ROBINSON<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

LYLE D. RODMAN<br />

LUPE RODRIGUEZ<br />

SHIRLEY HELEN<br />

Accounting.<br />

RODERICK LELAND THOMAS C. ROSE<br />

ELAINE SCOTT<br />

Elementary Education; Newman<br />

Club; Los Sembradores. Sociology.<br />

Industrial Arts; <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Society.<br />

ROEMMICH<br />

ROGNESS<br />

Accounting; Accounting<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

Phi; Industrial Arts Club;<br />

College Chorus.<br />

JAMES MICHA~L SCOTT<br />

Zoology; Kappa SIgma; Varsity<br />

swimming; Freshman<br />

basketball.<br />

MUNSON O. SCOTT, JR.<br />

Industrial Management;<br />

SAM, president; Journal of<br />

Business, editor.<br />

DONALD L. SCOVILLE<br />

Accounting; Tarastec Hall,<br />

judiciary board.<br />

BOYD K. SEAVEY<br />

Zoology.<br />

CAROLYN ANN<br />

SEDLOCK<br />

Elementary Education j Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Cetza ; Spurs.<br />

lAMES G. SEVICK<br />

Mathematics.<br />

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BEATRICE SEVILLA DAVID B. SHAFFER MARY ANN SHANK SHIRLEY M. SHELDON DARLYN MARY<br />

STEWART SHEPPARD TERESA SHERINE<br />

Elementary Education; Industrial Arts. Elementary Education j Sig-<br />

ROBERT L. SMITH THOMAS W. SMITH ROBERT SCOTT SNELL GARY SOLIS ETHEL MARIE SPAHN LINDA SPINDLER ~OE C. STEADMAN<br />

Anthropology; Sigma Kap- SHELVIS<br />

SCTA. Social Science; Sigma Phi Art. Pre-legal; Sigma Pi. Mechanical Engineering j General; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sociology. Home Economics; Home English, Anahuac. Iychology; Dean's Lilt.<br />

rna Kappa j Panhellenic, rush pa; Flagtwirlers, captain. English. Epsilon, secretary; Dean's Aztec Engineer, editor; 80- vice president, secretary; Economics Club i Kappa <strong>Del</strong>council;<br />

Xolotl.<br />

List. ciety of Automotive Engi- LAC Board j Athletic Board; ta Pi.<br />

neers, secretary. Varsity crew; Rugby;<br />

Oceotl; Tau Sigma; Senior<br />

Class council; Baccalaureate<br />

and commencement chair-<br />

MILDRED SilIELDS MARY JANE WILLIAM R. HOWARD SHOOK RUTH ANNE SHORES HELEN CORA SHORT TIMOTHY A. SHORTT<br />

Elementary Education. SCHOEMAKER SHOEMAKER<br />

WILLIAM T. STEILS WALTER W. STEIN JEANNE TABER GARY R. STEPHANY WALLACE LYLE FRED D. STEVERS EARNEST H. STONE<br />

Pre-med. Education. Elementary Education. Art; Sigma Chi, historian; Aeronautical Engineering j Mechanical Engineering. STENFORT Geology; T ecton <strong>Del</strong>vers ; STEVENS General. General.<br />

Elementary Education; AI- Accounting, Accounting So-<br />

Aztec Ski Club.<br />

pha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta. crety; Anahuac.<br />

Institute of the Aerospace Home Economics; Home Aztec Ski Club. Pre-legal.<br />

Sciences, chairman. Economics Club.<br />

DANIEL B. SIBBET<br />

Political Science; Pi Sigma<br />

Alpha; young Republicans;<br />

International Board.<br />

THATCHER SIGLER<br />

General; Sigma Chi.<br />

STERLING H. SILVER<br />

General j Dean's List.<br />

WARREN<br />

Biology.<br />

SIMON<br />

ROBERT B. SIMONS, JR.<br />

Business Management ; Kappa<br />

SIgma; Tau SIgma, president;<br />

SAM, treasurer'<br />

Young Republicans j Ana~<br />

huac.<br />

HARVEY H. SIMS<br />

Industrial Arts; Crew; Dormitory<br />

resident assistant.<br />

WILLIAM HARRY<br />

SKAGGS<br />

Business Management; Tarastec<br />

Hall, wing president.<br />

FRANK STRANGWAY<br />

Accounting; Roger Williams<br />

Club; Accounting Society.<br />

GEORGE EVERETT<br />

STUBBS<br />

Astronomy.<br />

JOHN WILLIAM STUBBE<br />

Business Education; Pi<br />

Omega Pi, secretary-treasurer.<br />

JOHN MICHAEL<br />

STURAK<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club.<br />

DONALD E. SUTTON<br />

Physical Education;<br />

CAHPER; Football.<br />

ANDREW J. SWANK<br />

Industrial Management;<br />

SAM; American Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

LINDA DIANN SWARTZ<br />

Elementary Education; AS<br />

vice president, Imperial Valley<br />

campus.<br />

JOSEPHINE SKIBBY<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

ACE; SeTA; Dean'. List.<br />

MICHAEL R. SLAVIT<br />

Speech Arts ; Alpha Phi<br />

Omega, president; Circle K,<br />

president; Blue Key; AS<br />

Supreme Court; AMS council;<br />

Freshman orientation<br />

chairman; ~illel, president,<br />

treasurer; PI Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta;<br />

Debate Squad; Who's Who.<br />

ALFRED<br />

SMITH<br />

Sociology.<br />

EMMANUEL<br />

BRENDA J. SMITH<br />

Nursing; Anahuac; Student<br />

Nurses Association, president.<br />

GLENN SMITH<br />

Geography; Geography<br />

Club; Varsity basketball.<br />

ORRET SMITH<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCTA.<br />

PAUL A. SMITH, JR.<br />

Mechanical Engineering; .<br />

Society of Automotive EngI~<br />

neers j Football; Rugby.<br />

JONATHAN M.<br />

SWATZELL, JR.<br />

Art; Theta Chi, vice presiden<br />

t ; Oceotl ; J CU;" Hal of<br />

Business, art director.<br />

MARIGENE<br />

SWERDFEGER<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Alpha Chi Omega; SCTA.<br />

MITZI K. SWIFT<br />

Chemistry; SAACS.<br />

MARGARET TAMER<br />

Elementary Education; Pi<br />

Beta Phi; Blue Book Ball<br />

committee; SCTA; Young<br />

Republicans.<br />

LUCILLE JOYCE TANK<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

SCTA; Wesley Foundation.<br />

VICKI ANN TARDY<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

CSTA; Dean's List.<br />

JAMES TARRANT<br />

Business Management;<br />

SAM; Dean's List.<br />

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GARYW. THOMAS<br />

Political Science.<br />

PHILLIP CRAIG<br />

THOMAS<br />

Zoology; Gymnastics.<br />

DONNA THOMPSON<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

FRANCES ELIZABETH<br />

THOMPSON<br />

Dietetics; Home Economics<br />

Club j Wesley Foundation.<br />

JAMES THOMPSON<br />

Real Estate; Kappa Sigma,<br />

president; Homecoming<br />

chairman; Oceotl. '<br />

KENT THOMPSON<br />

Journalism.<br />

HENRY S. THORNTON<br />

Political Science.<br />

ROBERT CURTISS<br />

VAUGHN, JR.<br />

Psychology; Kappa Alpha<br />

Psi; Football.<br />

HELENA G. VIGEON<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon; SCTA.<br />

THEODORE G. VINSON<br />

Physical Education;<br />

CAHPER.<br />

WARREN J. VOTH<br />

Art j Kappa Pi.<br />

WALTER H. WAKEFIELD<br />

Anthropology; Anthropology<br />

Society.<br />

ROY A. WALKER<br />

Social Welfare; Kappa AI·<br />

pha Pli.<br />

KATHERINE MARY<br />

WALSH<br />

Home Eccncmlce ; ewman<br />

Club; Home Economies<br />

Club.<br />

TIMOTHY W. TILLYER<br />

Biology; Freshman baseball·<br />

College Chorus. '<br />

LARRY D. TIMMONS<br />

Biology; Varsity gymnastics;<br />

Tarastec Hall, judiciary<br />

board.<br />

JEAN H. TIPPETTS<br />

Psychology.<br />

PATRICIA<br />

Education.<br />

TOBIN<br />

ROSEMARY TOM<br />

Social Welfare· Omicron<br />

Sigma Chi. '<br />

MARCIA<br />

General.<br />

TOMASULO<br />

DENNIS OLIVER<br />

TONKYRO<br />

Political Science; Sailing<br />

Club.<br />

ROGER F. WALSH<br />

Engineering; ASCE; Sigma<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta; Aztec Engineer.<br />

JOEL S. WARKENTIN<br />

Accounting.<br />

PHILIP G. WARNES<br />

Industrial Engineering; Society<br />

of Automotive Engineers,<br />

president, vice president;<br />

Dean's List.<br />

RICHARD<br />

Chemistry.<br />

V. WARNOCK<br />

JOHN P. WASEM<br />

Marketing; Alpha Phi Omega,<br />

corresponding secretary,<br />

treasurer; American Marketing<br />

Association; Circle K.<br />

MARGARET M.<br />

WATKINS<br />

Mathematics j Alpha Lambda<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta; Newman Club.<br />

JOAN B. WATTS<br />

Sociology.<br />

JOYCE CAROLYN<br />

TORCHIA<br />

Elementary Education'<br />

Aztec Ski Club; Anah~ac.<br />

LEE A. TORGERSEN<br />

Astronomy; Association of<br />

Computing Machinery, president.<br />

VIRGIL LEE TRAMMELL<br />

Mathematics; Sigma Pi<br />

Sigma.<br />

DEENA TRAVIS<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

MARY TREADWAY<br />

Social Science; Inter varsity<br />

Christian Fellowship; Cosmos<br />

Club.<br />

LINDA TRIPP<br />

Physical Education; Gamma<br />

Phi Beta, president, treasurer;<br />

WRA, president; SPEC;<br />

Sigma Alpha Iota; Cap and<br />

Gown.<br />

DEANNA D. TRIVETT<br />

Chemistry.<br />

HELEN SUSAN WEAST<br />

Political Science; American<br />

Administrators Association.<br />

CHARLES W. WEAVER<br />

Accounting j Beta Alpha Psi j<br />

Aztec Christian Fellowship,<br />

president.<br />

GRACE EVELYN<br />

WEAVER<br />

Elementary Education; <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Phi Upsilon; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Pi.<br />

GRANT HAROLD<br />

WEAVER,JR.<br />

Pre legal; Kappa Sigma; Pre<br />

legal Society; Crew; Track.<br />

MARVIN WEBSTER<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Tarastec Hall, historian.<br />

ROBERT LEE WEIR<br />

Marketing; Kappa Sigma;<br />

American Marketing Association,<br />

president; A M S<br />

counciJj Senior Clas., preeident;<br />

Oceotl.<br />

RADCLIFFE<br />

Pre legal.<br />

WELLES<br />

MARY ARLENE TRUE<br />

Elementary Education; Pep<br />

Club; Anahuac; A WS, representative.<br />

GERALD E. TRUMP<br />

Physics.<br />

MYRNA TUREST<br />

Elementary Education :<br />

Alpha Epsilon. '<br />

WILLIAM TURPIE<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association: Crew'<br />

Aztec Ski Club. I I<br />

SUZANNE UPTON<br />

Elementary Education· Gamma<br />

Phi Beta; Azt~c Ski<br />

Club; Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

Crescents; Song leader.<br />

JAMES VAN WAAY<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club; Aztec Engineer,<br />

photographer.<br />

VONNIE JEAN VARNER.<br />

Life Science; Alpha C~I<br />

Omega scholarship chairman;<br />

'w R A, I?residen~;<br />

Aztec Ski Club, vice presrdent,<br />

secretary.<br />

WILFRED ARTHUR<br />

WERNER<br />

Marketing; Lambda Chi<br />

Alpha.<br />

JACQUELINE<br />

WERTHER<br />

Psychology.<br />

LEE<br />

JOHN E. WEST<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial<br />

Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau.<br />

DONALD D. WHEELER<br />

Physics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon;<br />

Track.<br />

KAREN P. WHEELER<br />

Recreation; Dormitory resldent<br />

assistant; Little Sisten<br />

of Minerva, president; junior<br />

Class, secretary.<br />

SUSAN O'BRIEN<br />

WHELAN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

ALFRED H. WHIPPLE.<br />

JR.<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

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199


ORGANIZATIONS<br />

YASUHIRO YOSHIDA<br />

Business; Tau Sigma.<br />

RUTH ANNE YOST<br />

Psychology; Roger Williams<br />

Club; International Students<br />

Club; Inter faith council.<br />

JAMES MORRELL<br />

YOUNG<br />

Physical E?ucation; Sigma<br />

Alpha Epsllon; CAHPER;<br />

AMS council.<br />

MARGARET J. H.<br />

YOUNG<br />

Social Welfare; Wesley<br />

Foundation; DeCF.<br />

SUSAN ANNE YOUNG<br />

Mathematics; Wesley Foundation;<br />

Anahuac.<br />

MARJORIE<br />

Elementary<br />

SCTA.<br />

ZANDER<br />

Education;<br />

PATRICIA ZOFFKA<br />

Social Welfare.<br />

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1<br />

9<br />

6<br />

3<br />

GERRI JAMIESON<br />

Sorority Editor<br />

JANET JENSEN<br />

Fraternity Editor<br />

ROGER ROPPE<br />

Photographer, pring ports<br />

Editor<br />

BOB WHITE<br />

Editor<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste Staff<br />

The production of a yearbook entails hours of tedious work and constant attention to<br />

detail as well as willingness on the part of the individual staff members to cooperate.<br />

The success of the staff in working together is reflected in the quality of the<br />

yearbook. The <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste of 1963 is the result of the industrious staff and the<br />

excellent direction of Bob White, editor.<br />

I<br />

KAREN ADDIS<br />

Fall Copy Editor<br />

SIDNEY WILSON<br />

Art Editor<br />

202<br />

MARION PASAS<br />

Activities Editor<br />

MONA BASICH<br />

Administration Editor<br />

SANDY ROGERS<br />

Organizations Editor<br />

J<br />

TOM HOFFMAN<br />

Fall Sports Editor<br />

GAYLE CHRISTIANSEN<br />

Senior Editor<br />

RAY FUKAMIZU<br />

Head Photographer<br />

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SYDNEY LA FONT A<br />

Assistant Activities Editor<br />

GERIBERG<br />

General Secretary<br />

JANET GIBSON<br />

Photo Secretary, Fall<br />

<strong>Del</strong><br />

DENNIS SCHMITZ<br />

Business Manager<br />

SHIRLEY HAAS<br />

Assistant<br />

Striving toward mem.b~r:'hip in National Spurs,<br />

the local Aztec Spurs initiated several service<br />

projects during the year. At Christmas the members<br />

contributed their time toward a "safe-driving"<br />

campaign, .while d~ring the entire year they<br />

promoted interest m the Peace Corps by providing<br />

speakers for various organizations on and off o<br />

campus.<br />

~~w l'O(tfromC lefth)': LMiss Cave-Advis.er, Alice Budzinski, Cathy Ch srown Kathy Moore<br />

ncy ey, ynt ia emme, Nancy WInters. "<br />

R?wC2:ISI.andyRogers,<br />

Ita<br />

Sue Fisher, Janet Johnson, Mary Barrett St ph Evans Phylll's<br />

0 ms. ' , ourtney,<br />

R<br />

Rowd3:W~lharon<br />

an y I son.<br />

Barrows, Linda Mills, Ruth Reichert, Valeria Bauman<br />

,~<br />

Claudia<br />

Pi rson,<br />

M<br />

Azlec Spurs<br />

Newman<br />

Club<br />

Officer~: Kat~y M?ore, P!esident; Steph Evans, secret~ry;<br />

Rlt~ Collins, vl


Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Members of Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta cite as th .<br />

"t .<br />

Purpose, II' err<br />

0 promote mte igent living and a hi h<br />

standard of learning and to encourage .lg<br />

• L superIor<br />

~tt


SPEC<br />

The <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong><br />

Physical Education<br />

Club was formed to<br />

acquaint P.E. majors<br />

and minors with the<br />

faculty. Officers<br />

include Sue Sharpe,<br />

president; Pat Forsberg,<br />

vice president;<br />

Wilma Burke, secretary;<br />

Bonnie Madsen,<br />

treasurer; Dr. Margaret<br />

Murphy, adviser.<br />

United Campus Christian Fellowship, Row 1, (from left): Ken Brown, Lela Kerth, Gerry<br />

Patterson, Ann Carroll, Mary Ann Hawley, Leonard McLaughlin. Row 2: Dave West, Gil<br />

Challet, Sherwood Nelson, Carlene Hearst, Ralph Wright, Anne Brownell, Dave Wallick, Cecil<br />

Humes, Thad Montgomery, Jeff Giarde.<br />

United Campus<br />

Christian Fellowship<br />

The Wesley Fellowship Foundation is the Methodist student<br />

movement on the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> campus. Activities included the<br />

International Student Night in October, fall and spring retreats,<br />

and a caroling party. The group's philanthropy is the Tiajuana<br />

Church.<br />

Row 1, (from left): Pat Forsberg, Susan Sharpe, Wilma Burke, <strong>San</strong>dra LuGar, Madalin Patane,<br />

Bonnie Madsen.<br />

Row 2: Martha McCarthy, Mary McCarthy, .JoAnn Smith, Carol Untzing r, Marilyn Austin,<br />

Gail Evans, Pam Kellison.<br />

Row 3: Cheryl Wright, Angela Tilero, Christine Loss, Tess DeBrauw re, Paula <strong>San</strong>gst r, arol<br />

Brawn.<br />

Roger<br />

William<br />

The Roger Williams<br />

Club was organized<br />

to foster fellowship<br />

and study<br />

in the Christian<br />

faith. Fall officers<br />

were Wally<br />

Crawford, president;<br />

Richard<br />

Fowler, vice pre i-<br />

dent; Mona Chastain,<br />

secretary.<br />

Wesley<br />

Wesley Foundation Officers: Margie Garrison, secretary; Dwight Miller,<br />

vice president; Vernon Hill, president; Merle Lehman, director.<br />

Foundation<br />

Row I, (from left) : Wally Crawford, Barbara Prout, Ruth Ann Yost, Joyce Martin, "\1Arc~ibald.<br />

Row 2: Dr. Claude F. Shouse, adviser, Judith Bridges, Gary Hughes, Charles A. Smith, RIchard<br />

Fowler, Eugene Paden, director.<br />

SAM<br />

An organization primarily for students<br />

in business education, the<br />

Society for Advancement of Management<br />

~trives to promote an interest<br />

in the training program for a career<br />

in the business field. Activities<br />

included the annual conference,<br />

Management Day in which high schools<br />

participated, and occasional tours<br />

through various industries.<br />

Officers were Don Scholl, president;<br />

Robert Simons and Richard Childs, vice<br />

presidents; Gerald Bradbury, recordin~<br />

secretary; Patricia Jaquith, correspondmg<br />

secretary; Richard Rathjen, treasurer.<br />

208<br />

I' J<br />

Wesley Foundation: Row I, (from left): Cheryl Church, Maryl Arbuckle, Marion Little,<br />

Ocean Olsen, Kathy Gray, Anne Schilbe.<br />

Row 2: Lewis Johnson, Margie Garrison, Ruth McClure, Nancy FuIler, Carolyn Stidham.<br />

Row 3: Bobbi Magnuson, Sue Young, Dolores Cormack, Cindy Chapman, Donna McFarland.<br />

R,?w 4: Mike Suhy, Ramond Bach, Dwight Miller, William Ridgeway, Phil Nails, Vernon<br />

HIll, Merle Lehman.<br />

Row I, (from left): Sidney Kerlick, Wesley Nichols, Fred Meffle, Don Scholl.<br />

Row 2: Patricia Fleming, Harry Bates, Carl Lower, ~arolyn G,ale, Jerry An~rews.<br />

Row 3: Rodney Bain, Felix Ellis, LeRoy Markley, RIchard Childs, Robert SImons.<br />

Row 4: Gerald Bradbury, James Johnson, Ray Algren, Glenn McMurry, George Westover<br />

Janet Wells, Len Stoll.<br />

Row' 5: Lloyd deLamas, Richard Rathjen, Sonnie Sonnenberg, Dave Fritschel, Al<br />

Floyd Don Murdoch, William Skaggs.<br />

Row '6: Dave Peterson, Margie Cash, Patricia Jaquith, Ed Nanartowich, Karl<br />

Ramsing.


Pi Lambda<br />

-Thela<br />

Hyman Lee<br />

President<br />

Dennis Bunde<br />

Vice President<br />

Dennis Matson<br />

Treasurer<br />

Pat Dennis<br />

Adviser<br />

Phi Ela Sigma<br />

Phi Eta Sigma is an honorary organization<br />

for freshmen who earn a 3.5 grade point<br />

in their first or second semester. Along<br />

with its aim to improve campus scholarship,<br />

this group distributes the pamphlets<br />

on "How to Study."<br />

Phi Eta Sigma, row 1, (from left) : Brian Hanly,<br />

Steve Jackst~dt, D~nnis Matson, John Fall.<br />

Row 2: Chns Parnsh, Pat Dennis Hyman Lee<br />

J. Bott, Dennis Bunde. ' ,<br />

Row 3: John Emrich, Howard Bryant, Terry<br />

Brown, Dean Herbert C. Peiffer Jr.<br />

Row 1, from left: Sara Karr, Doris Beyrer, Ruth Taylor, Jeanette Ela.<br />

Row 2: Mary Basset, Dorothy Rosenburg, Elizabeth Lab, Mary Lab, Carol Stough, Kathleen<br />

Fink.<br />

Row 3: Grace Reese, Kariana Boettcher, Barbara Woike.<br />

Row 4: Mary Louise Dickson, Helen Davis, Donna Diers, Judy Webb, Barbara Nelson, Teresa<br />

Herchold.<br />

Pi Lambda Theta, upper division honorary for<br />

women in education, requires that their members<br />

show evidence of outstanding leadership and high<br />

teaching standards.<br />

Officers are shown in picture at left. Row 1, from<br />

left: Ruth Moore, alumnae adviser, Sarah Cook,<br />

alumna, Terry Volz, president, Ann Levson. Row<br />

2: Robin Briscoe, treasurer, Alice Young,<br />

corresponding secretary, Mary Molek, faculty<br />

adviser, Dr. Helen Prouty, faculty adviser, Adela<br />

Englund, vice president.<br />

Christian<br />

Science<br />

Jon Sutherland<br />

President<br />

Nancy Vreeland<br />

Secretary<br />

Roberta Thompson<br />

Treasurer<br />

The Christian Science organization holds weekly<br />

meetings, sponsoring a lecture given by a prominent<br />

churchman of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> each fourth meeting.<br />

Row 1: Sherry Fleener, Ron Walker, Sharon Hite.<br />

Row 2: Joan Nelson, Bobbe Thompson, JoAnn Tanzer,<br />

Cindy Newby, Carol Drogin, Judy Steel, Lois Innman,<br />

Nancy Vreeland, Judy True.<br />

Row 3: Jon Sutherland, Irving Litchfield, Dr. Manville<br />

Pettys.<br />

Russell Stonier-Hamnett<br />

President<br />

Radio and<br />

Television<br />

Guild<br />

Membership in the Aztec Radio<br />

and Television Guild is open to<br />

any students interested. in br~adcasting,<br />

arts, and associated fields.<br />

Jane Cook<br />

Secretary- Treasurer<br />

John Morton<br />

Vice President<br />

Janice Rothstein<br />

Publicity Chairman<br />

Row 1, from left: George Lewis, Paul Baldridge, Bud Carey, Bob Eisele, Bunny<br />

Hamnett.<br />

Row 2: Jim Edmunds, Harold In~els, ~tephanie G!el, Art ~hotwell. .<br />

Row 3: Joel Stein, Doug Huse, BIll GIles, Anne GIdeon, TIm Steele, Cednc Jordan,<br />

Lisa Collins. 211


Aesculapians<br />

Otis Paul<br />

President<br />

Larry Helgeson<br />

Vice President<br />

Tom McGrath<br />

Secretary-Treasurer<br />

Aesculapians is a pre-professional<br />

organization society<br />

formed for the purpose of<br />

giving pre-medical and predental<br />

students a closer acquaintance<br />

with the medical<br />

and dental professions.<br />

--<br />

Dr. Franz Seba<br />

Adviser<br />

Chris Christensen<br />

President<br />

Phil Newell<br />

Vice President<br />

Aztec Ski Club<br />

Margo 01<br />

Secretary<br />

Meetings often have guest<br />

speakers of professional status,<br />

including speakers from<br />

medical and dental schools.<br />

Row 1, (from left): Tom Wellington, Cathryn Culver, Patricia Quinn, Jerome Gelin.<br />

Row 2: Ray LeDesma, Richard Alexander, Rudolph Gaytan, Otis Paul.<br />

Row 3: Rick Wayne, Randy Spencer, Larry Helgeson, Tom McGrath.<br />

Phi Mu Epsilon is a sorority<br />

for life science majors who<br />

are interested in the fields of<br />

physical therapy, microbiology,<br />

and occupational<br />

therapy.<br />

The popularity of Dr. Franz eba was the<br />

reason for the increased interest in snow<br />

skiing on the campus this year. Beginning<br />

with 100 members the club grew to over<br />

400 active members making it the largest<br />

and one of the most active organizations<br />

on the campus. The racing team, organized<br />

this year, participated against Arizona in<br />

its first meet. The Aztec Ski School gave<br />

free lessonson all ski trips. Activities for<br />

the year included; the 3rd annual dry-land<br />

ski lessons,dances. ice skating, free weekly<br />

ski movies, and ski trips at reduced prices<br />

to Big Bear, Mammoth Mtn., Squaw<br />

Valley, the Snow Bowl in Arizona, and<br />

Alta, Utah.<br />

The group has two meetings<br />

a month, which is often attended<br />

by guest speakers.<br />

Aztec Ski School and Racing Team, from !eft: HC?rstHe.rrman! Ken Crosby, Dr.<br />

Franz Seba, Don Albright, Vaino Hoffren, BIll Turpie, Chris Christensen,<br />

Row 1, (from left): Tina Zee, Nancy Burton, Cornelia Lieb, Kathy Sodeck.<br />

Row 2: Judy Mathews, Mary Rogers, Cynthia King, Ethyl Bird.<br />

Row 3: Dr. Mabel A. Myers, adviser, Evelyn Shue, Linda Barksoale, Carol Hodapp.<br />

Phi<br />

Mu<br />

Epsilon<br />

212<br />

Cornelia Lieb<br />

President<br />

Judy Mathews<br />

Vice President<br />

Cynthia King<br />

Secretary<br />

Ski Club members pose for group shot.<br />

213


The Industrial Arts Club int rpr ts phas s<br />

of industry and n ourag s more peopl<br />

to become tach rs of industrial arts. h<br />

group hears gu st sp ak rs and has a<br />

charity dri at Chri tmas,<br />

Pat Roberts<br />

President<br />

Martin Schroeder<br />

Vice President<br />

Fred Astorga<br />

Treasurer<br />

Industrial Arts Club<br />

R?w: 1, (from left): Yvonne Johnson, Jo-Ann Rouse, Virginia Suzuki, Dolores<br />

Hilsinger, Grace ~eaver, Julie Lewis, Mary Lab, Helena Vigeon, Noeline Darling.<br />

Row 2:. Lynn Erickson, Joyce Martin, Donna Drobnick, Yuriko Yoshihora, Nancy<br />

McCaslm, Jacky Gauthier, Ginger Bradshaw, Kay Christiansen, Donna Bell, Beryl<br />

Campbell.<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Phi Upsilon<br />

Noeline Darling<br />

Treasurer<br />

An honorary organization for women in elementary education, <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi<br />

Upsilon strives to promote professional attainment and set a high goal of<br />

achievement for undergraduates and graduates.<br />

Mary Lab<br />

Vice President<br />

Row 1, (from left): Louis Baldock, Alfredo Astorga, ¥artin Schroeder, Allen Fisher, Patrick<br />

Roberts, Robert O'<strong>Del</strong>l, Adviser, Harold. Marsters, AdylSer, Dr. J. B<br />

J<br />

.M.orgat'l d F II K C<br />

Row 2: Eugene Patterson, George WhIte, Ernest HIrata, John uamco, oy a, . .<br />

Bouchard, R. F. Ray. b I L<br />

Row 3: Ed Killgore, Carl Noble, Tommy Y arro a, arry<br />

F d J E<br />

ern an ez, ..<br />

Martin<br />

,<br />

Howard<br />

Stofer.<br />

American Society<br />

of Civil Engineers<br />

Beryl Campbell<br />

Adviser<br />

Donna Bell<br />

President<br />

Sigma<br />

Grace Weaver<br />

Corresponding Sec.<br />

Alpha Iota<br />

Helena Vigeon<br />

Secretary<br />

The American Society of<br />

Civil Engineers is designed<br />

to promote professional<br />

development of civil<br />

engineers.<br />

Officers are LeRoy Givens,<br />

president; Jim Clark,<br />

vice president; Roger<br />

Walsh secretary; Joe<br />

Kocherhans, treasurer.<br />

Sigma Alpha Iota, national<br />

music society for<br />

women, endeavors "to<br />

further interest in music<br />

in America, with special<br />

emphasis on promoting<br />

young American<br />

composers."<br />

Row 1, (from left): J?e Marc~>n,Bob Hendershot, Irving Knight, Roger Walsh, LeRoy Givens,<br />

&~~<br />

John Lippitt, I. Aftahi, Bob .clb~~mmer Joe Kocherhans, Shale Hanson. . .<br />

~ow ~: IfJ' If.~~:e~:r~:i' <strong>San</strong>ford Stone, Dr. Philip Johnson, Dr. Frederick QUiett, Ken<br />

G~ldka~p,rBill Mann, Ji:n Clark, Earl Fitzpatrick, Jack Dickens.<br />

214<br />

Row 1<br />

Row 2<br />

Row 3<br />

Anne Stock, Judy Sinclair, Suzanne Pearson, Kay Johnson.<br />

Bonnie Rogers, Marilyn Rue, Karen Laffoon, Jeanne Huebner.<br />

Diane Allen, Tinalee Rice, Pamela Smith, Lynne Samuel.<br />

215


Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

•<br />

A national honorary society for upper division students in education, Kappa D It Pi<br />

requires that a prospective member have a 3.0 grade point overall, and I 0<br />

recommendation from a faculty member. Officers are: Bill Mattoon, p sid nt ; John<br />

Welburn, vice president; Ginger Bradshaw, treasurer.<br />

Larry Marquand<br />

President<br />

Marilyn Green<br />

Vice President<br />

Alice Fox<br />

Treasurer<br />

Mary Willis<br />

Secretary<br />

seTA<br />

S.CT.A. members listen to a guest speaker.<br />

Established in<br />

1937, the Student<br />

California<br />

Teachers' Association<br />

promotes<br />

interest in the<br />

field of education.<br />

Meetings<br />

are often attended<br />

by guest<br />

speakers.<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi, row I, from left: Walter Cochran, Jean Stockbridge, Judy Blackford, Chuck<br />

Blalock. . W'II' M<br />

Row 2: Clifford Boyd, Richard Long, Ginger Bradshaw, Carrie Hobson, I lam attoon.<br />

Row 3: John Taylor, Donna Bell, Eddith Campbell, John Wellburn.<br />

Row 4: Gillespie Wilson, James Post, Hiltrud Haag, Grace Weaver, Clyde Ford, Joseph Matte.<br />

German<br />

Club<br />

Jon Sutherland<br />

President<br />

Philip Boynton<br />

Vice President<br />

Bernice Beagles<br />

Secretary<br />

Dr. John Merrill<br />

Treasurer<br />

Klaus Winkler<br />

President<br />

I<br />

Phi Alpha<br />

Thela<br />

Ph~ Alpha Theta, organized in 1948, is a national honorary<br />

society primarily for history majors. Qualifications for<br />

membership include having at least 12 semesters of history<br />

course work with a "B" average. Pictured are the officers.<br />

The German Club was formed to promote<br />

familiarity of members with Germanic<br />

culture, language, music, and art. Also, to<br />

encourage social exchange between Illterested<br />

students and faculty, monthly<br />

social evenings are planned and an annual<br />

Christmas dinner is held.<br />

German Club, row 1, from left: Cornelia Lieb, Judy Carrison, Sadri Ardehaldi.<br />

Row 2' Renee Phelps, John Butcher, Beth Snodgrass, E. H. ~ae~e~t.<br />

Row 3': Deanne Harwood, Barbara Jensen, Suzanne Harns, VIckie Schag, Kathy<br />

Ruegger.<br />

21 Frances Rodovich<br />

6 Treasurer's Assistant<br />

Dr. Brice Harris<br />

Adviser<br />

217


Circle<br />

K<br />

~ircle K, a ~ol1eg~lev~l men's service organization,<br />

IS sponsored by Kiwanis and strives to "serve the<br />

campus and community, promote American ideals<br />

and provide an opportunity for college men to '<br />

meet business leaders."<br />

Circle K's activities this year included a pancake<br />

breakfast, a canned food drive, ushering at L.A.C.<br />

activities, a Christmas party for the Old Folks<br />

Horne, and a See's Candy Sale, proceeds of which<br />

went to the local Boys Club.<br />

Roland Ray<br />

President<br />

Gene Golliet<br />

Vice President<br />

John W lbum<br />

Treasur r<br />

Gary Grebbien<br />

,/<br />

//<br />

James Frost Joseph Matte . Albert Rodriguez Richard Long<br />

George Pohlman<br />

Circle K officers: Kneeling, Dean McDaniel, president.<br />

Back,: Dave Johnson, secretary; Daryl Whitfield vice president,' Roy<br />

Harrison, treasurer.<br />

'<br />

Ronald Roland<br />

Allie Bowman William Mattoon William Kruse Patrick Roberts<br />

Epsilon Pi Tau<br />

Epsilon Pi Tau is an honorary organization, consisting p~marily of juniors and se.niors<br />

who must have a 3.0 grade point in their majrand b~ In the .upper .half of. their<br />

class. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate ~nteres~In the. Industn~l arts<br />

program and to provide information about vocations In the industrial arts held.<br />

Walter Whitehouse<br />

218<br />

Row I, (from left): Dr Hart advi D<br />

Harrison. " ser, ave Johnson, Daryl Whitfield, Dean McDaniel, Roy<br />

Row 2: Clyde aden, Bill Pine Lee Chatfi ld .<br />

Row 3: Howard Watson Larr;' Roe G re ,Richard Hart, Matthew Anderson, Bob Hart.<br />

Row 4: Chris Franklin 'Jack Inhof' DeorgpeBrogan, George Van Valkenburg, Ernest Johnson.<br />

, e, an ense.<br />

Front row, from left: Robert O'<strong>Del</strong>l,. Dr. Lawrence Luce, Dr. James McMul!en.<br />

Row 2' Dr Don Thiel, Dr. W. Carlisle Anderson, Walter Ford, A. R. Rodriguez.<br />

Row 3; Dr: J. B. Morgan, H. L. Marsters, Dr. F. J. Irgang, Roland Ray.<br />

219


Jack Anderson Matthew Anderson Lee Chatfield Richard Dauber<br />

Jim Patterson<br />

President<br />

Dan Mueller<br />

Second Vice President<br />

Gl nna East<br />

S retary<br />

Richard Denure Ray Fellers Tom Knepher<br />

Alpha Phi Omega<br />

Elaina LobdelI<br />

Trea urer<br />

Bill Hayes<br />

Activities Chairman<br />

Mike Slavit<br />

President<br />

Ralph Seewald<br />

Vice President<br />

J?ave Lloyd<br />

VIce President<br />

Chuck McCutcheon<br />

Secretary<br />

John Wasem<br />

Treasurer<br />

Alpha Phi Omega, national servi ..<br />

puts out the Redbook annua~fVIce orga~lzatlOn,<br />

students as well as amY k~ a se~Ice to the<br />

activi~iesinclude USheri~n§er~~t~~g~~oJ:ct. Other<br />

handling concessions at pnng . S. mg. P g ams and<br />

Row 1, (from left):. Stephanie Swiggett, Sherry Sharpe, Patti John, Glenna East, Ruth Rowe,<br />

Kathy Norbeck, Elama Lobdell.<br />

Row 2: Vija Ports, Linda Harbaugh, Margaret Hartley, Clair Bell, Barbara Miller, Kay<br />

Stebanetz, Janilee Hamner.<br />

Row 3: Jim Patterson, Rob Parker, Maecel Hanson, Richard Mafong, Richard Marks, Fred<br />

Heinz, Doug Dailard, Rod Krueger.<br />

Row 4: John Linn, Bob Voelkel, Ron Eddington, Dick Shields, Terry Givens, Bob Jewel, Bill<br />

Hayes.<br />

Ruth Rowe<br />

Corresponding Sec.<br />

I<br />

Michael Lane<br />

J ames Mardis<br />

Kappa Pi<br />

A national art honorary organization, Kappa Pi on this campus has grown from<br />

five to. 35 members. Members this year participated in sandwich sales, a field<br />

trip to Los Angeles, a successfulChristmas sale, and an art show at the Spanish<br />

Village. In addition, Kappa Pi instituted a $100 scholarship to be presented<br />

to an outstanding art student.<br />

220 Dean McDaniel<br />

Mike Myers<br />

John Wills<br />

Jim Wright<br />

William Bowne<br />

Adviser


The Daily Aztec<br />

Staff<br />

Our campus newspaper, The Daily Aztec, this year took<br />

on a five day work week. Included in its features were the<br />

twice-weekly "It's All Greek" column, the satirical<br />

"Fifth Column," and Miss Daily Aztec, chosen weekly.<br />

In competition, our paper placed first in a national<br />

safety contest for college newspapers for the second<br />

consecutive year, and first in the California Intercollegiate<br />

Press Association competition for daily papers.<br />

PAT STALNAKER<br />

Fall Editor, Spring<br />

Copy Editor<br />

DEAN WARINER<br />

Fall Make-up Editor, Spring<br />

Editor In Chief<br />

JIM BOX<br />

Fall News Editor, Spring<br />

Managing Editor<br />

JERRY RIFE<br />

Spring News Editor<br />

AROLD HORNSTEIN<br />

Advertising Manager<br />

222<br />

RON ROACH<br />

Fall Reporter, Spring Sports<br />

Editor<br />

JOAN HANCOCK<br />

Fall Society Editor, Spring Reporter<br />

KEN GARDNER<br />

Photographer 223<br />

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Aztec<br />

Staff<br />

MARV HUMPHREY<br />

Cartoonist<br />

BILL BELL<br />

Assistant News Editor<br />

PATTY WILKERSON<br />

Spring Society Editor<br />

Aztec Engineer staff, seated (from left): Tom Rygh, Karen Addis, Shirley Haas, Douglas<br />

Bailey, Roger Walsh, Gary Decker, John McPherren.<br />

Standing: Philip Warnes, Arthur Winter, William Pipes, Bob Duitsman, William Shen, R. L.<br />

Bedore, adviser.<br />

Aztec<br />

Engineer<br />

Aztec Advertising Staff<br />

JIlt II· LUI<br />

One of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s campus publications is the Aztec<br />

Engineer, published four time a year by the Engineering<br />

and Physical Sciences Division.<br />

The magazine, although designed primarily for engineering<br />

students, contains articles of interest to others.<br />

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DAVE SHUPP<br />

Photographer<br />

WAYNE NELSON<br />

Photographer<br />

TOM MARTIN<br />

Photographer<br />

DOUGLAS BAILEY<br />

Editor, Fall Semester<br />

TOM RYGH<br />

Editor, Spring Semester<br />

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Songleaders<br />

Cheer e<br />

Time out at the Fresno game.<br />

Joan Knight-Head<br />

Songleader<br />

Bob Black-Head<br />

Cheerleader<br />

Cheerleaders:<br />

Lutie Lyman<br />

Ernie Dronenberg Bill Leimbach<br />

Bob Black<br />

2~<br />

Songleaders: Barbara Leamon, Loretta Shaplin, Virginia <strong>San</strong>derson. Standing:<br />

Jeannie Lomac, Joan Knight, Marion Pasas.


Dena Anderson<br />

Pat Beland<br />

Dyanne Schrock<br />

Marilyn Dupree, Janet Jensen, Shirley Sheldon, Tina Lee Rice<br />

I<br />

I<br />

,I<br />

Majorettes, front: Dena Anderson, Patty Gerdts, captain.<br />

Back: Dyanne Schrock, Pat Beland, Sue Shoop.<br />

Marilyn Dupree<br />

Shirley Sheldon<br />

Maiorelles<br />

Flag Twirlers<br />

228 Sue Shoop<br />

Patty Gerdts<br />

Tina Lee Rice<br />

Janet Jensen 229


Jerry Aalfs<br />

George Abdelnour<br />

Pat Bennett<br />

John Blackwood<br />

Mel Brav<br />

Ronnie Brook .<br />

Dick Buck<br />

Ken Burnside<br />

Jim Carruthers<br />

Ken Clayman<br />

Merrell Davis<br />

Pat Dennis<br />

Steve Evans<br />

Bill Frontis<br />

Jim Glover<br />

Ray Guinn<br />

Arold Hornstein<br />

Van Ingle<br />

Joe Kiefer<br />

Al Knoll<br />

Drake Loeser<br />

Steve Meek<br />

Lance Miller<br />

Jerry Monell<br />

Mike Munz<br />

Otis Paul<br />

Elon Place<br />

Richard Sims<br />

Scott Snell<br />

Mike Spurgeon<br />

Pat Stalnaker<br />

Jim Street<br />

Joe Sullivan<br />

Jim Thompson<br />

Ben Trovaten<br />

Debate Team, Row I, (from left): Roz Mack, Lynn Perryman, Gay Sharpe, Barbara Jensen,<br />

Mrs. Helen Franzwa.<br />

Row 2: Carol Pederson, Pat Munster, Candy Trimble, Linda Butler, Jack Mills.<br />

Row 3: Ed Millican, Bobby Putman, Frank Shamrock, Lee Owens, Paul Lucas.<br />

Row 4: Pete Paladino, Dick Saunders, Victor Druskin, Roy Solomon, Dr. Robert Benjamin.<br />

Leroy Vadney<br />

Jerry Varon<br />

Rick Wayne<br />

Robert Weir<br />

Debate Team<br />

Oceoll<br />

Orga~ize? in 1935, Oceotl is an honorary service<br />

orgamz~tlOn for men students with a past record<br />

for service to the college and a C average or better.<br />

-rr~<br />

~ l'<br />

1962-63 marked another successful year for <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong>'s Debate Team, as it took honors in several<br />

tournaments. Participating in the Western Speech<br />

Association Championships, <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> was represented<br />

by a team in each division of the runoffs. One<br />

outstanding speaker, Linda Butler, took first place in<br />

impromptu and second place in extemporaneous, while<br />

Lynn Perryman and Roz Mack, an exceptional team,<br />

took second place in their division.<br />

At the Intersectional Tournament, held in Arizona, the<br />

senior men's debate team, Paul Lucas and Fred <strong>San</strong>ders,<br />

took second place. In addition, Mr. Lucas won first<br />

place in extemporaneous and second in impromptu,<br />

while Miss Butler took first in impromptu in the women's<br />

division. At this same tournament, two of our teams,<br />

Robert Putman and Ed Millican, and Linda Butler and<br />

Candy Trimble tied for third place in straight debate. Our<br />

success at this tournament resulted in our receiving both<br />

the Sweepstakes trophy, and the Traveling trophy,<br />

presented every three years.<br />

Robert Harms<br />

President<br />

An outstanding team, Lynn Perryman<br />

and Roz Mack hold two of their trophies.<br />

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Maya Hall<br />

Linda Meddock<br />

President<br />

Maya girls study {or their statistics class during quiet hours.<br />

Third Floor, row I, (from left): Suzanne Thayer, Margaret Nesbit, Jeni Duke, Suzi Ross, Janet<br />

Johnson, Sue Hudson.<br />

Row 2: Nancy Jacques, Midget Cadman, Barbara Anderson, Claudia Spofford, Carol Smith,<br />

Nancy Larkey, Pat Hann, Carol Davila, Karen Wheeler, Ruth Freund.<br />

Row 3: Lesley McPhaden, Marylyn Miller, Lonnie Wicklund, Ginger Mechling, Sue Kalash,<br />

Sharon Meyers, Bunz Rathbun, Kay Bray, Linda Jo Reckless, Sharon Caraway, Lura Elijah, Pat<br />

Dowell.<br />

Row 4: Virginia Troutt, Mary Farrow, Kathy Barto, Pris Armstrong, Nancy Bragg, Janice<br />

Rotchstein, Karen Hull.<br />

.)19" up flou1or lhe<br />

f'\AYA<br />

'Alj'<br />

,.. ~<br />

Second Floor, row I (from left): Judy Cottlied, Kay Anderson, Judy Stephen, Sheryl Wolf,<br />

Jane Graves, Carol Clark, Carole Vassar, Phyllis Elijah, Barbara Ickis, Kay Clark, Sheri Good.<br />

Row 2: Joyce Moody, <strong>San</strong>dy Wine, Leslie Hartzell, Margie Marsh, Darlene Taylor, Suzy Hovis,<br />

Myrna Turest, Dorothy Willes, Patricia Okerson, Ann Wicklin, Ann Morton.<br />

Row 3: Ronna Ratner, Anne DiNapoli, Karen Bettinger, Sharon Wall, Ann Taylor, Nancy<br />

Nickerson, Sylvia Neilson.<br />

Goal for the Maya-Toltec Talk-a-then was 540 hours-but laryngitis set in at 488.<br />

First Floor, row I (from left): Karen Casares, Linda Freemd, Nancy Burger, Eulalie Nohrden,<br />

Jeanette Taylor, Mary-Ann Rohwedder.<br />

Row 2: Janet Foster, Linda McBee, Pat Freeman, Lorine Lawrence, Judy Graham Sue Shoop<br />

Ingrid Uhlig. ' ,<br />

Girls' dorms are Olmeca, left, and Maya, in foreground.<br />

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Olmeca<br />

Hall<br />

Julie Fox .<br />

A.W.S. Repres ntativ<br />

Third floor, row 1, from left: Nand Carroll, Yvonne Piquard,<br />

Kathy Burns, Pat Roberts, Joy Auxier, Marti Mattraw, Lynn<br />

Beechler, Cathy Huntoon, Janet Ewalt, Martha MacKirdy, Ellen<br />

Leichliter, Barbara Bell, Barbara Strutton.<br />

Row 2: <strong>San</strong>dy Dollar, Sherry Grose, Anne Hunter, Judy Morrison,<br />

Sabra Clardy, Judy Goodrich, Caron Todd, Pam Opdahl, Carol<br />

Manning, Ann Barnes, Mary Neeson, Carol Tubesing, Bobbie<br />

Munson, Melanie Bouer, Peggi Strum, Barbara Caltrin, Linda<br />

Williams, Julie Fox, Gayle Griggs, Margot Nilsen.<br />

Row 3: Joan Nelson, Joan Dussaman, Carol Olson, Dorothy Arens,<br />

Marianne Capain, Sue Heide, Cherie Walker, Linda Bishop, Judy<br />

Dill, Kathy Nollar, Kathi Baker, Rosalie McAfee, Debra Tinker,<br />

Linda Lindsay, Sharen Hall, Linda Wood, Alice Rathbun.<br />

Marty MacKirdy<br />

President<br />

Bi-weekly room inspections insure well-kept rooms.<br />

Second floor, row 1, from left: Mary Ali, Michele Normandin<br />

Bobbi Coon, Bonny Smith, Janet Tsutsumi Nancy Rapacon Janet<br />

Jackson, Sue Smith. ' ,<br />

Row 2: Barbara Corbin, Linda Tokars, Linda Taniguchi, Linda<br />

Allen, Mary Franks, Ann Marsh, Nan Cobb Susan Hainey Kit<br />

Newby, Lauren Feiner, Nancy Waller, Kar~n· Swanson, Shaula<br />

Paul, Zelpha Gentry, Jeannine Lee.<br />

R~w. 3: Pat TingTey, Kathy Gardner, Susan Lukey, Joyce Beyer,<br />

Priscilla Perry, Nancy Woodbridge Carolyn Foelschow, Karen<br />

Goddard, Marilyn Williams, Suzy Hurd Nancy Harvey, Virginia<br />

Rose, Milli Morgan, Cheryl Donne!. '<br />

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First floor, row 1, from left: Joann Schnitzer, Peggy Sue Gurley,<br />

Jayne Vizio, Mary Ellen Fields, Barbara Bates, Saundra Novell,<br />

Sally Sloan, Nancy Stamm, Suzanne Grundstrom, Sally Wood,<br />

Mrs. Ola Whitaker.<br />

Row 2: Beth Heath, Johanne Hansen] Linda Tabor, Judi Plagemann!<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Cochran, Pepper WOOd, Barbara Hedrick, Kathy<br />

Cunnmgham, Beth Hindley, Page Phillips, Nancy Nielsen.<br />

Dorms entered float competition with<br />

"The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse."<br />

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Zapolec<br />

Hall<br />

Third floor, row 1, from left: Nancy Meyer, Phan-thi-Hue, Adria<br />

Ticinovich, Nipa Rajavaraikara, Lynda Cropsey, Tina Wilson,<br />

Carol Zeni, Joan Mitchell, Diane Crowell, Yorbie Higarhizawa.<br />

Row 2: Velma Kaufman, Kathy Frederick, Kathleen Ambrose,<br />

Jody Hilburn, <strong>San</strong>dy Shirley, Karyn Thomas, Adriana Marquez,<br />

Nanette Romaine, Terry Brumagin, Patsy Schmidt, Jennifer Seibert,<br />

Pat Ford, Donna Truran.<br />

Row 3: Margaret Schroeder, Anna Ganine, Connie Lang, Lynn<br />

Stonebraker, Carol Hatounian, Carol Roenicke, Joan Hauser, Ann<br />

Callahan, Suzy Bierma, Yvonne Greathouse, Terry McHenry, Carol<br />

Chesbro, Vicki Douglas.<br />

Zapotec Christmas party was held just before school<br />

let out for vacation.<br />

Second floor, row 1, from left: Janice Crowell, Caren Huckett,<br />

Linda Cameron, Stefana Cirino, Joyce Rodgers, _June Hutchens,<br />

Pele Stewart, Donna Burns, Dandy Vail, Sidney Staffield, Linda<br />

Siegle, Julie Green, <strong>San</strong>dra Riddell, Monecha Spears.<br />

Row 2: Bonnie Rehmer, Marilyn Henning, Pamela Dukes, Donna<br />

Brownell, Donna Bredlove, Carol Weaver, Jan Tilds, Nesmat Elihu<br />

Joan Gregory, Celinda Hartwig, Lynne Batie, Karen Balison, Su~<br />

Tilsworth, Renette Romero, Sheila Ellis, Bonnie Corbin.<br />

Row 3: Joanne Crowe, Linda Allen, Sue Small, Nancy Snyder,<br />

Patricia Hand, <strong>San</strong>dy Madden, Linda Morris, Clare Bowell, <strong>San</strong>dra<br />

Walton, Mary Surdam, Sue Bouness, Brenda Honesco.<br />

Row 4: Charlotte Minter, Martha Paine, Lynn Coleman, Carolyn<br />

Holmes, Dianne Bishop, Jeri Nelson, Dawn Obernolte.<br />

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First floor, row 1, from left: Kathy Clark, Gloria McCullough<br />

Rohde Teaze, Kay Kendall, Gloria DeHaro, Ronnie Gorton Pat<br />

Mikolyczyk, Nancy Burk, Caroline Boudin, Shirley Eckert. '<br />

Row 2: Evelyn Rockar, Linda Sachs, Janell Cohen, Beth Huebler<br />

Tina Dial, Darlene Fear, Barbara Barrett, Judy Street, Selm~<br />

Braden, Katie Moss, Coralie Palmer, Joanne Eastwood.<br />

Row 3: Patti Cogan, Paulette Herrshaw, <strong>San</strong>dy Allen, JoAnn<br />

Hamilton, Pat Jaquith, Frankee White, Mary Stansbury, Tina<br />

Baer.<br />

f left· Joyce Rodgers, treasurer;<br />

Dorm officers are, row 1, r{!,m Truran president; Brenda<br />

Karyn Th?mas, ~ecretary ; onna ,<br />

Honesco, VIcepreRsI~e;til blicity chairman; Shirley Petty, AWS<br />

Row 2: <strong>San</strong>dra I e k'ld social chairman; Donna Burns, re-<br />

~~~~~aK:at~I~~~e~~:o~:, ~cholarship chairman.<br />

"Calling all cars ... "<br />

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Tollee<br />

Hall<br />

Fellas on third floor-in<br />

one of their more playful moods.<br />

Third floor, first row, left to right: Tom Biltz, Tom Jimenez, Mario Gonzales, John Rayburn,<br />

Duane Varnum, Wilbur Chen, Talat Siddiqui.<br />

Second row: Mike Evans, Tom Lang, Mitch Woodbury, Brian Robson, Bill Dunn, Rigby<br />

Smothers, Ben Eckler, Philip Singler.<br />

Second floor, fi~st row, from lef.t: Lewis Johnson, Loren ~inson, Warren Smith, Bob Marzano,<br />

JIm Pendley, BIll Leonhard, Brian Greenwood, Lloyd Kreitzer, Ralph Boldrick, Barrie Cruickshank,<br />

Robert Bruce.<br />

Second row: Byron Blue, Craig Marken, Bob Wells, Hank Piorek, John Sherman Knox Cologne<br />

Dan Evans Jr., Dick Nichols, Larry Anders. "<br />

Donn officers, standing, (from left) : Bob Slyker,<br />

Bill Dunn, Steve Allen, John Chapin, Tom<br />

Boswell.<br />

Sitting: Mitch Woodbury, president.<br />

Boys wait their turn to participate<br />

in the Maya-Toltec Talkathon.<br />

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First floor, first row, from left: Steve Allen, Bob Slyker, Michael Stolarsky, William Owen,<br />

Tom Bogley.<br />

Second row: Tom Austin, John Bowman, Ed Mann, John Chapin.<br />

. . Toltec are devoted to cultural entertainment.<br />

Evenmgs 10<br />

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Taraslec Hall<br />

Third floor, row 1, from left: Ernest Kwansa, Mike Mueller, Rick<br />

Parker, Jim Hemphill, Elton Ellis, Dave Johnson, Richard Cashore,<br />

Richard Johnston, R. F. Star, Bob Covington, Bill Radke.<br />

Row 2: Lawrence Lessner, Bob Willoughby, Wes Smith, Jim<br />

Mashburn, Bob Baldwin, Lee Lanfried, Tom Ybarrola, John<br />

Morton, Ben Stromberg, Tom Hobbs, Bill Brees.<br />

Row 3: Rich Thomas, Steve Reinert, Jim Milam, Clement Crawford,<br />

Luis Nogales, Wayne Gotthard, Dennis Kogan, Marvin<br />

Webster, Lee Coombs.<br />

Row 4: Gordon Graham, Neil Justus, Jim Connor, Bill Blaylock,<br />

Jim Poole, Ron Peterson, Red Witham, Martin Wanders, Dick<br />

Frost, Rick Hedrick, Dick Corder, Randy Raycroft.<br />

House officers, Row I, (from. left): M.a~tin W~nders,<br />

president, 3rd west; Ed Mornson, publicity chairrnan ;<br />

Ernie Conrad, president, 2nd west; Da~e Johnson, dorm<br />

president; Stuart ~arkham, representanve ; Bruce Ehresman<br />

1st east president.<br />

Ro"'; 2: Claire Higgins, president, 1st west; John Pharr,<br />

secretary; Bill Blaylock, athletic ch~irman; Richard Johnston<br />

adviser' Jeff Stark, vice president.<br />

Ro~ 3: To~' Hobbs, treasurer; Luis Nogales, 3rd. east<br />

president; Dutch Shultz, social ~hairman; Paul Halliday,<br />

historian; Harvey Walseth, president, 2nd west.<br />

Second floor, row 1, from left: Paul Halliday, Harvey Walseth,<br />

Sadri Ardehali, Stu Wilson, Robert Parker, David Larkin, Mike<br />

Spurgeon, Octairano Quintero, Art Hoelderlin.<br />

Row 2: David Wilson, Tom Lederer, William Donnally, Robert<br />

Brindley Raymond Atkinson, Ken Barton, Elwood Hamilton, Bill<br />

Boyer, J~e Chambers, Dave TiveI. Row 3: Tim Shoemaker, Roger<br />

Boman, John Petzold, Samson Watkins, Karl Buesing, Bill Wait,<br />

Walt Puzan, Tom Van Cott, Jim Herbert, Rod Goesinya.<br />

Row 4: Jim Griswold, Steve Chimbole, Dutch Shultz, Ernie Conrad,<br />

Charles Christian, Pete Force, Gary Cosand, Robert Allen,<br />

Steve Lytinyer, Richard Barker.<br />

1\<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sud photographer Ray Fukamizu chooses<br />

prints for the yearbook.<br />

Resident assistants, . Row I , (from left): Richard Johnston,<br />

3rd east; James Dale, 1st west; John Robert Spurgeon<br />

2nd east. .<br />

Row' 2: Richard Cashore, 3rd west; David<br />

L ki<br />

ar Ill,<br />

2 d<br />

n<br />

west.<br />

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First floor, row 1, from left: Gary Means, Barry Klein Manuel<br />

Aceves, Larry Cummings, Claire Higgins, Mike Towle's Stuart<br />

Markham, Frank Sciarabba. '<br />

Row 2: Jim Dale, Joel Warkentin, John Pharr, James White<br />

George Brigham, Rich Null, Phil Hazard, Bruce Ehresman Joh~<br />

Westling.<br />

'<br />

R?w 3: George Startz, Larry Homan, Dan Robertson, Mike Grover,<br />

Richard Shultz, Steve Lewis, Ron Weinstein, John Neeson, Herbert<br />

Holtan.<br />

Ro~ 4:. Donald Scoville, John Pickett, Richard Meggitt, Red<br />

Davis, Richard Gooch, Don Hilts, Fred Gunther, G. L. Peterson.<br />

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Radio and Television<br />

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, t<br />

In the Speech Arts Department the new studio and<br />

control facilities provide for increased broadcast<br />

activities. Under the direction of the Speech Arts<br />

Department, an FM station, KEBS, is maintained<br />

and operated by the students. In addition to this<br />

stat.ion, which is received throughout the city,<br />

vanous programs are also released to national<br />

stations. Any student who is interested in broadcasting<br />

~ngineering, writing, announcing, or<br />

production may participate in radio-television<br />

program work.<br />

The four pictures on this page represent phases of<br />

the program "Facade", from the SDS Profile<br />

Series.<br />

Pat Nichols<br />

President<br />

Junior<br />

Penny Crowder<br />

Secretary<br />

Panhellenic<br />

Junior Panhellenic is composed of representatives from all sorority pledge classes<br />

on campus. Last fall they sponsored a Big Sister-Little Sister tea in Scripps<br />

Cottage. At Christmas, Junior Panhellenic worked with the Interfraternity<br />

Pledge Council in presenting gifts to orphan homes.<br />

Kathy Roletto<br />

Treasurer<br />

I<br />

Ruth Chambers<br />

and Fred Berling.<br />

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I<br />

Interfraternity Pledge Council<br />

Together with the Junior Panhellenic, the Interfraternity Pledge Council presented<br />

gifts at Christmas time to children in orphan homes, while during the year the<br />

members worked toward their goal of improving grade point averages of<br />

pledge classes. Towards the end of the fall semester, I.F.P.C. presented<br />

awards to pledges and pledge classes for outstanding service and scholarship.<br />

Jim Plank<br />

242<br />

Yvonne Green<br />

James Wilson<br />

President<br />

Dennis Daniel<br />

Secretary<br />

Stu Sloan<br />

Treasurer 243


Arnold Air Angel<br />

Society<br />

Flight<br />

Judy And rsln<br />

S eem u)tr<br />

-1\\.'"<br />

.. ....it<br />

t<br />

The Arnold Air Society is a national<br />

organization for men in AFROTC who<br />

have shown outstanding leadership.<br />

Essentially a service organization Arnold<br />

Ai; also holds ,social.~unctions with Angel<br />

Flight, women s auxiliary of Arnold Air<br />

Society.<br />

Jan Collins<br />

<strong>San</strong>die Ferguson<br />

Beverly <strong>San</strong>ders<br />

Commander<br />

O. I Orl~¥<br />

iii It tJI<br />

Mary<br />

Lee Hogan<br />

Sharon Holmes<br />

!darilou<br />

Lange<br />

Ginny Larkin<br />

Carolina<br />

Pittha01<br />

Staff .officer~, from left : Robert Marzano, information officer; Ray Fukamizu, adminrstration<br />

officer ; WIlbur Conner, executive officer' Mike Peters commander' Verne<br />

Wattawa, operations officer; Bill Bird, comptroller: ' ,<br />

Millie Teawell<br />

Linda Thompson<br />

Mary<br />

Kay Torrey<br />

Jan Watson<br />

Lfz Webster<br />

Jane Wrla'bL<br />

r,<br />

Angel Flight, women's auxiliary of the AFROTC, was organized to promote interest<br />

in the Air Force and the Arnold Air Society. Activities included a car wash, and a<br />

Christmas party for needy children.<br />

J Ro~W P~it~rO~~ebfetr:tLDaerryPh'IKl" e~leYT'DuaKneBahhr, William Guest, Arnold Kloven, Ray Fukamizu<br />

, I IpIS, om nep er. '<br />

~ike ~r~~~~: ~:r~:nWa~~~~~t Allen, Jim Mardis, Bill Bird, Dale Mathis, Dennis Johnson,<br />

Row 3: Mike Peters, Gene Rothstein, Joe Klasch, Tom Carpenter, Robert Berry, Dean Carlson.<br />

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244<br />

Initiation Tea, from left: Geri Berg, Jane Wright, Jan


§<br />

Music Department<br />

Rehearsals of the symphony and music programs for our radio station are often att nd d by<br />

spectators for relaxation during school hours.<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s Men's Glee is directed by Mr. David Loomis.<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s Music Department<br />

provides the student with a great choice of<br />

music activity courses, including the Aztec<br />

Concert Choir, Treble Clef, Opera Workshop,<br />

and several chamber music groups<br />

which perform at various college and offcampus<br />

functions during the year.<br />

Mr. J. Dayton Smith directs one section of College Chorus. Each section contains<br />

more than 200 students.<br />

Front row, left to right: Barry Rosser, Monty Snyder, Robert Graf.<br />

Back row: Anna Lessner, Thomas Bay.<br />

The SDSC Women's Glee Club practices; it is directed by Mr. Frank Almond.<br />

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SDS Symphony Orchestra<br />

Band<br />

Bob Graf<br />

r<br />

These three pictures were taken during<br />

rehearsals of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>'s<br />

own Symphony Orchestra, conducted<br />

by Paul Anderson.<br />

Bill Eads<br />

The highlight of the spring semester.<br />

for the orchestra was the annual Spring<br />

Concert presented at Crawford High:<br />

The concert featured works by Vivaldi,<br />

Mozart and Schumann, composers representative<br />

of particular musical eras of<br />

the past. Soloists were Ronald Carl and<br />

Warren Carnie, trumpets, and Lucy<br />

Shen and Robert Farris, pianists.<br />

Warren<br />

Carnie<br />

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Ed Underwood, left, and Jeff Martinez, right.<br />

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l<br />

Alumni Association, (from left) : Ross Bond, Don Ritchey, Lynn McLean, Bob Weir, Ed Blessing,<br />

Frank Nottbusch, Pamela Holt, WalJy Featheringill, Tony Newbold Bryant Kearney Daniel<br />

Hale, Gordon Lee. "<br />

Alumni<br />

Association<br />

Unde~ t~e direc~ion of the president, Judge Frank Nottbusch, the Alumni<br />

Association contI?ued to promote better relationships between the campus<br />

and t~e c:o~mum~y, as w~l~~s between ~he campus and alumni. Among the<br />

orgamzatlO? s vanous acuvities and services were the presentation of<br />

a scholarship and student loan, the purchase of the trophies for Homecoming<br />

an~ Man an~ Woman of the Year, and the provision of the folders<br />

which contamed the freshman indoctrination kits.<br />

At Homecoming, the Alumni Association<br />

made arrangements for a dinner to be<br />

held at the El Cortez. At this time a .<br />

presentation was made to President<br />

Malcolm Love, in appreciation for his 10<br />

year~ of service with the college. Other<br />

services of the association include: sponsoring<br />

a bus service for Founders' Day,<br />

particip.ating in Student Day, and cosponsormg<br />

the Red and Black football<br />

game. In addition, our Alumni Association<br />

also publishes a quarterly magazine.<br />

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Judge No!tbusch presents senior class president Bob Weir with a lifetime<br />

membership card in the Alumni Association.


I,<br />

College<br />

President<br />

College<br />

Deans<br />

This volume of the <strong>Del</strong> Sud oeste of 1962-63 is one which you will be most proud to<br />

possess. The recording of your curricular and extra-curricular activities, which are<br />

to be found in this edition, will be of special interest to you and will serve as excellent<br />

historical data of the interests you have had on this campus. It will be a pleasure for<br />

you to scrutinize this annual and to recollect the time spent in this environment,<br />

which has served you so well in laying the foundation for a creditable career. I feel<br />

that your association with <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> College will become more valuable as<br />

you grow to appreciate the deeper meaning of a college education. The work you<br />

have done on this campus has assisted you immeasurably in fitting you into your<br />

vocational and social life. May you become most successful in whatever profession<br />

you select.<br />

Members of the college's administrative staff are a dedicated group<br />

of men and women concerned with both the objectives of the<br />

institution and the welfare of the students.<br />

D an of th 011<br />

DR. ONALD R. WAT 0<br />

1<br />

The average student comes in little personal contact with the<br />

administrative staff but the staff's efforts on the behalf of the student<br />

body should not be overlooked.<br />

The administration of SDS involves a multitude of miscellaneous<br />

tasks. Whatever the duties are, figuring a new budget, counseling<br />

students, supervising housing, considering new policies, determining<br />

curriculum changes, studying academic standards, or developing<br />

the graduate program, the administrators find each day of the<br />

calendar year filled.<br />

The reward for their hours of active concern is the feeling of<br />

satisfaction that follows a job well done.<br />

Vice President<br />

DR. ERNEST B. O'BYRNE<br />

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Dean of Education<br />

DR. MANFRED H. SCHRUPP<br />

Dean of Graduate Students<br />

DR. MAURICE M. LEMME<br />

Executive Dean<br />

DR. DARRELL HOLMES<br />

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College<br />

Deans<br />

Activities<br />

Advisers<br />

Dean of Students<br />

DR. HERBERT C. PEIFFER JR.<br />

The operation of an institution the size of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> requires<br />

much extensive and detailed administration of a non-academic<br />

nature.<br />

The direction of student activities, the Bookstore, <strong>Library</strong>, Health<br />

Services, and Associated Student Councils are great functions in<br />

themselves.<br />

We thank these advisers for being understanding friends to every<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> student and for establishing a strong tie between<br />

the students and the administration.<br />

JA KDAUG ER Y<br />

Activiti s Advis r<br />

Dean of Activities<br />

MRS. MARGERY ANN WARMER<br />

Dean of Admissions and Records<br />

DR. MELVIN A. ANDERSON<br />

MARJORIE WALLACE<br />

Activities Adviser<br />

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Dean of Arts and Sciences<br />

DR. SIDNEY L. GULICK<br />

Dean of Counseling and Testing<br />

DR. DONALD F. HARDER<br />

DON RITCHEY<br />

Graduate Manager<br />

BOB BUTLER<br />

Activities Adviser<br />

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!<br />

f,<br />

I<br />

Air Science<br />

<strong>Library</strong> and Health Center<br />

\1-'---<br />

i<br />

The <strong>Library</strong><br />

DR. LOUIS A. KENNEY<br />

Librarian<br />

-I<br />

!1<br />

a<br />

;<br />

The Air Science division is located in the Physical Education Building.<br />

LT. C~.L: ROY GUDITH<br />

Division Chairman<br />

"Th ere'<br />

s no place like home."<br />

DR.~RANK O. ROBERTSON<br />

DIrector of Health S ervlces .<br />

"Y ou mean we'<br />

re all going in that Piper Cub ?"<br />

"At SDS you have to stand in line for everything."<br />

Student Health Center<br />

"Dr. Kildare<br />

is out right now"<br />

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256<br />

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Business<br />

The School of Business Administration<br />

is composed of five departments:<br />

ACCOUNTING<br />

BUSINESS EDUCATION<br />

MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING<br />

BUSINESS LAW AND FINANCE<br />

RESEARCH BUREAU<br />

Administration<br />

Education,<br />

Campus<br />

School<br />

ab<br />

I<br />

I'<br />

The School of Education is composed of two departments:<br />

EDUCATION,<br />

LIBRARY SCIENCE.<br />

The EDUCATION DEPARTMENT offers courses of study in<br />

elementary education, secondary education, educational research,<br />

special education, guidance studies, and observation through the<br />

Campus Laboratory School.<br />

DR. MANFRED CHRUPP<br />

Dean of School of Education<br />

DR. CHARLES W. LAM DEN<br />

Dean of School of Business Administration<br />

The Business Administration<br />

Building.<br />

The Campus Laboratory<br />

School<br />

The Education Building<br />

"It still won't kill mosquitoes."<br />

258 "You know 2 x 2 really IS 4."<br />

"You guys want to see some good pictures?"<br />

-The student teachers workroom<br />

259


Engineering<br />

Fine Arts<br />

The Division of Fine Arts is composed of four departments:<br />

ART<br />

MUSIC<br />

HOME ECONOMICS<br />

SPEECH ARTS.<br />

The department of speech includes theater, radio and television production,<br />

and speech therapy.<br />

DR. MARTIN CAPP<br />

Dean of Engineering School<br />

PROFESSOR GEORGE N. ORE<br />

Division Chairman<br />

Art Building<br />

The new Engineering-Industrial<br />

Arts Building<br />

Speech Arts Building<br />

And this goes in the other ear.<br />

"It's amazing what you can buy in plastic model kits these days!"<br />

. .<br />

~<br />

260 Something they don't have at Disneyland!<br />

Close the window, I have a stiff neck.<br />

I'm sorry we only get Channel 10. 261


Health,<br />

PE, Recreation<br />

Humanities<br />

The Humanities Division is composed of<br />

four departments:<br />

ENGLISH<br />

HISTORY<br />

FOREIGN LANGUAGES<br />

PHILOSOPHY<br />

DR. WILLIAM TERRY<br />

Division Chairman<br />

The Humanities<br />

Building<br />

DR. JOHN R. ADAM<br />

Division Chairman<br />

The Men's Gymnasium<br />

The Division of Health, P.E. and Recreation IS<br />

composed of five departments:<br />

HEALTH EDUCATION<br />

MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION<br />

WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION<br />

RECREATION<br />

ATHLETICS<br />

The Women's Gymnasium<br />

"I wonder if we can get KCBQ?"<br />

"Come in Earth."<br />

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"I presume you men have sufficient air in your water wings."<br />

"That guy on the left is all-world!"<br />

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Life<br />

Science<br />

The Division of Life Science is<br />

composed of five departments:<br />

BOTANY<br />

MICROBIOLOGY<br />

NURSING<br />

PSYCHOLOGY<br />

ZOOLOGY<br />

Physical<br />

Science<br />

The Division of Physical Science<br />

is composed of six departments:<br />

ASTRONOMY PHYSICAL SCIENCE<br />

CHEMISTRY<br />

GEOLOGY<br />

INDUSTRIAL ARTS<br />

MATHEMATICS<br />

PHYSICS<br />

Physical S ien<br />

DR. JAMES E. CROUCH<br />

Division Chairman<br />

Phy.ica<br />

The Life Science Building<br />

DR. DUDLEY H. ROBINSON<br />

Division Chairman<br />

"The spectrograph<br />

manual lay. turn the black dial"<br />

"That<br />

sure is a funny shaped heart"<br />

I<br />

\<br />

"Geologically speaking, it looks like a rock." 265<br />

264<br />

"ri thought only the Navy used Morse Code."<br />

"Stop tickling me with your rattles."<br />

"Tinker<br />

toys are a wonderful invention."


Social<br />

Science<br />

The Social Science Division is composed of<br />

six departments:<br />

ECONOMICS<br />

GEOGRAPHY<br />

JOURNALISM<br />

POLITICAL SCIENCE<br />

SOCIOLOGY<br />

ANTHROPOLOGY<br />

-<br />

Associated<br />

Stude<br />

DR. DAVID MILNE<br />

Division Chairman<br />

---_..<br />

_-<br />

"VMANlr"s<br />

SOC'4\. sc"wc,s<br />

Help, I can't find the heart beat!<br />

f'<br />

Social Science Building<br />

Joe<br />

Kiefer<br />

Good grief I've been drafted.<br />

I'll meet you at the Q.B.<br />

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., student publications should ... "<br />

"Well in my opimon, 267


Associated Student Officers<br />

Associated<br />

Stud<br />

JEFF BENTER<br />

Freshman Representative<br />

TERRY FARRELL<br />

Senior Representative<br />

MIKE SPURGEON<br />

Vice president<br />

VINCE BIONDO<br />

Commissioner of Finance<br />

CAROLYN MYERS<br />

Secretary<br />

JACK LANSING.<br />

Graduate Representative<br />

The A. S. Council in action.<br />

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CAROL ROPPE<br />

Associated Student office secretary<br />

STEVE MEEK<br />

Junior Representative<br />

TERRY MILNE<br />

Sophomore Representative 269


Associated Student Council<br />

Associated<br />

Men<br />

MIKE LEMBECK<br />

Up per D'" IVlSlOnRepresentative<br />

ELaN PLACE<br />

Upper Division Representative<br />

Upper<br />

SANDY SHIPE<br />

Division Representative<br />

ALK L'<br />

AM Vic Pr id nt<br />

GAIL MATHERS<br />

AMS President<br />

GARY SOLBUE<br />

Upper Division Representative<br />

r---~-'-~~-<br />

LEROY VADNEY<br />

Upper Division Representative<br />

AROLDHO T<br />

AM ecretary<br />

Will the REAL AMS president sit down?<br />

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JERRY HARMON<br />

, Lower Division Representative<br />

DENNY MOORE<br />

Lower Division Representative<br />

MIKE MYERS<br />

Lower Division Representative<br />

JOHN LACY<br />

AMS Treasurer<br />

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Associated<br />

Women Students<br />

Associated<br />

Student<br />

SUSANNE GAUGHEN<br />

President<br />

DOMINIE CAPPADONNA<br />

Vice President<br />

Lectures and Concerts..•<br />

Front row (from left): Linda Oden, Bonnie Schumacher, Jack Daugherty (adviser), Mike<br />

Spurgeon.<br />

R?~ 2: Kathy Estes, Scott Snell, Dr. William Hippaka, Mike Lembeck, David Loomis, Allan<br />

Lipitt.<br />

BETTI SAMS<br />

Secretary<br />

JANET BUCKNELL<br />

Treasurer<br />

Special<br />

Events.•.<br />

Front row (from left): Susy Doig, Bill Kronberger, Ken Sovay, Sherill Bottjer, Dominie<br />

Cappadonna.<br />

272 "What do you think about an all-girl's school?"<br />

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Associated Student Boards Associated Studen<br />

Activities<br />

Front row, from left: Sue Percival<br />

Eddy, Mrs. Marjorie Wallace, Judy<br />

Shaffer, Dr. William Snyder.<br />

Pep<br />

Front row, from left: Judy Burks, Margot Nilsen, Bob Butler, Gary Solbue.<br />

Row 2: Mike Gontesky, Liz Webster, Joe Kiefer.<br />

Fine Arts<br />

Front row, from left: Linda Thompson, Roylene Gould ..<br />

Row 2: Terry Farrell, Dr. William Bowne, Dr. J. D. Smith.<br />

Publications<br />

Front row, from left: Joe Sullivan, Chic Duggan, Dr.<br />

W. C. Anderson.<br />

Row 2: Dr. James W. Taylor, Bob White, Mike Spurgeon,<br />

Frank Holowach.<br />

Finance<br />

Front row, from left: Denny Moore, Dean Herbert C. Peiffer, Vince Biondo,<br />

Cassie Slovacek, Don Ritchey, Joe Kiefer.<br />

Intramural<br />

Front row, from left: Vicki Powell, Bob Hanson, Larry Taylor, John Chapin,<br />

Ron Roach. . J V<br />

Row 2: Jeff Benter, Jack Daugherty, Mike Spurgeon, erry aron. 275<br />

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Associated<br />

Student Boards<br />

Senior<br />

Class<br />

Long-Range<br />

Planning<br />

From left: Gail Mathers, John Mates,<br />

Jerry Harmon, Dean Margery Warmer,<br />

Dr. Harry Ruja.<br />

\<br />

You want a casual shot of me for the yearbook?<br />

BOB WEIR<br />

President<br />

Public<br />

Relations<br />

Front row, from left: Elon Place, Dean Wariner <strong>San</strong>die<br />

Shipe, Doug Patillo.<br />

'<br />

Row 2: Mike Spurgeon, Margie Boyd, Dr. Frank Irgang,<br />

Gordon Lee.<br />

l<br />

I , \ ,<br />

GEORGE BENTER<br />

LINDA WOOD<br />

Vice President<br />

Secretary<br />

DIANE DAWSO<br />

Treasurer<br />

a1/<br />

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Athletic<br />

Front row, from lef~: pro Donald Eidemiller, Mr. R. Wilcox, Mike Spurgeon<br />

Steve Meek, Dr. WIlham Terry.<br />

'<br />

RR?w 2: Tom Logan, Al Olson, Joe Kiefer, Scott Snell Ken Clayman Don<br />

~~ h "<br />

CABINET ... Front Row, (fro~ I~ft): Lois Anderson, Margot<br />

Nilsen Katye Anderson, Gayle Christiansen.<br />

Row 2: George Benter, Bob Weir, Terry Farrell.<br />

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Junior Class<br />

Sophomore<br />

Class<br />

FRED MILEY<br />

President<br />

DOUG ALLYN<br />

Vice President<br />

NIKKI<br />

NORSTROM<br />

Secretary<br />

DENNIS DIEB<br />

President<br />

CLAUDIA PIERSON<br />

Vice President<br />

STEPHA IE E<br />

cretary<br />

JERRY MONELL<br />

Treasurer<br />

JANET JOHNSON<br />

Treasurer<br />

CABINET ... Front Row, (from left): Janet Johnson, Sheila McKenzi .<br />

Row 2: Claudia Pierson, Leslie Poehlman, Bob Wagar.<br />

Cabinet<br />

From left: Judi Shaffer, Denny MacDonald.<br />

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"The Sophomore Stomp"<br />

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Freshman<br />

Class<br />

Panhellenic<br />

Counc·<br />

SHERILL BOTTJER<br />

President<br />

PENNY RUTLEDGE<br />

Vice President<br />

DONNA SCHMITZ<br />

Treasurer<br />

JIM<br />

ASHCRAFT<br />

President<br />

TOM MORGAN<br />

Vice President<br />

MARTI MA TTRAW<br />

Secretary<br />

"This petition is from Sig's, they want to join Panhellenic."<br />

Interfraternity<br />

Council<br />

SHANNON DUNN<br />

Secretary<br />

JANICE MAYER<br />

Treasurer<br />

"THE CABINET"<br />

KEN CLAYMAN<br />

President<br />

OTIS PAUL<br />

Secretary<br />

BOB HARVEY<br />

Treasurer<br />

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"What do you mean, Freshmen can't carry 26 units?"<br />

LARRY MARQUAND<br />

Vice President<br />

"Under the council's new program, no weekend dates!"<br />

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Associated Student Councils<br />

Judiciary ... Front row, (from left): Jim Dole, Roger Anderson, Mike Slavit, Gail Hickcox.<br />

SDS Imperial Valley<br />

Off-Campus Student Cou<br />

• c •••<br />

Front row (from left): Linda Swartz, vice president; ~ob Myers, president. .<br />

Row 2: Sue Crittendon, commissioner of finance; Judi Clarke, secretary; Mrs. Dons Johnson,<br />

adviser.<br />

Not pictured:<br />

Millard Clements, adviser; Linda Calvin, representative at large.<br />

Interdorm ... Front row, (from left): Martha MacKirdy, Ann Hunter Barbara Strutton<br />

Donna Truran, Karyn Thomas Brenda Honesco Sid Staffi ld 'K' H . J !<br />

Duke, Karen Beetinger.' . , e, itsy oavm, em<br />

~~:p~: ~itlh'W~dbYarboRn:lUhgh'dDNayehJlohnso.n,Dennis Kogan, Don Jenkins, John<br />

" ury, IC ar IC 0 s, MIchael Stolarsky.<br />

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Interfaith Council...<br />

. Chri tensen Merrilie de Armond, treasurer; Hilarie Hersh,<br />

Front ro~ (from left): Chene ;:we Diane De Vinney, secret,ary. .<br />

vice presIdent; Janet I~erd, KareHn y'Dave West president; MIke Suhy, Edward Richeson.<br />

Row 2: Celinda HartwIg, Cathy untoo n , '<br />

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We Salute the Alumni<br />

We Salute<br />

the<br />

Graduation to many of us is far away and very dim. But for those<br />

graduating, quite clearly the question might be where will our<br />

education take and lead us. Will what has been successful to us in<br />

college distinguish us further?<br />

Attempting to answer these questions are the men and women who<br />

were once Aztecs on campus and now distinguish themselves further,<br />

giving <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> the name which it now enjoys.<br />

We therefore dedicate this section to the presentation of several<br />

of these people and their achievements.<br />

Public<br />

RAY BLAIR<br />

Relations<br />

Ray T. Blair Jr. is manager of community Relations<br />

and Arrangements for the Astronautics Division<br />

of General Dynamics Corporation.<br />

He is a native of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> and has long been<br />

active is civic affairs.<br />

Blair graduated from SDS in 1949 with a B. A.<br />

degree.<br />

In 1956 he was named <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong>'s Outstanding<br />

Young Man of the Year.<br />

Education<br />

DR. AND MRS. RICHMOND<br />

BARBOUR<br />

Dr. Barbour is assistant superintendent in charge o~ Studen,: Services<br />

D·<br />

rvision<br />

..<br />

In<br />

. the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> City Schools. He<br />

..<br />

also<br />

d<br />

wntes<br />

.<br />

the<br />

11<br />

Parents<br />

b<br />

Corner" newspaper column which is distribute natrona y y<br />

General Features syndicate. While at SDS he served as class and<br />

fraternity president.<br />

Mrs Barbour is active in Y.W.C.A., League of Women Voters and<br />

is a .licensed real estate broker. While at SDS she served as<br />

president of her sorority and the Associated Women Students,<br />

and vice president of the student body.<br />

Educa ion<br />

DR. SUE EARNE<br />

T<br />

Art Linkletter (front row) and family<br />

Show<br />

Business<br />

Clair Burgener has be~n active in local p.olitic . He has served as a<br />

city councilman and vice-mayor of <strong>San</strong> DIego. .<br />

Art Linkletter<br />

has been in show business for 25 years.<br />

His job is presiding over his two long-running network shows _<br />

the Emmy Award-winning daily "House Party," and "People are<br />

Funny."<br />

Li~kle~ter is a best selle~ ~uthor (Kids ~ay the Darndest Things),<br />

active In a score of charities, and a businessman with interests in<br />

some 20 corporations.<br />

He graduated<br />

from SDS in 1934 with a B.A. degree.<br />

B as a member of the SDS inter-collegiate d bate team In<br />

urgener w .. . I di<br />

1950 He belonged to several honorary orgamzatlOn .InC ~. mg<br />

Blue<br />

'K<br />

ey,<br />

Wh' Who in American Colleges and Univer ines, and<br />

0 s . \<br />

Phi Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta, national forensic fraternity. .<br />

In 1957 he was named Outstanding Young Man of the Year ill an<br />

<strong>Diego</strong> County.<br />

Much of Burgener's time is spent with community<br />

welfare organizations.<br />

health and<br />

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In college he held the Southern California 50-yard backstroke<br />

swimming title for a year, was captain and all-conference basketball<br />

center on SDS's championship team, and played tournament handball<br />

in several AAU championship matches.<br />

Linkletter<br />

is listed in Who's Who in America.<br />

ART LINKLETTER<br />

Local Politics<br />

CLAIR<br />

W. BURGENER<br />

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We<br />

Salute· the Alumni<br />

We<br />

Salute the<br />

'Finance<br />

Law<br />

Recreation<br />

EDW ARD<br />

W. BLESSING<br />

Edward Blessing has changed his role from government in<br />

college to finances.<br />

Blessing graduated in 1960. He served as lower division<br />

representative and president of the student body, Blue<br />

Key, Young Repubhcans, Prelegal Society, and Pacific<br />

Student Presidents Association.<br />

Blessing is presently a stock broker and vice president of<br />

the SDS Alumni Association.<br />

<strong>State</strong><br />

Politics<br />

JOHN<br />

D. BUTLER<br />

John Butler graduated from SDS in 1936 and went on to<br />

get his law degree from Stanford.<br />

He served as mayor of <strong>San</strong> Diegfrom 1951 to 1955 and<br />

presently has a private law practice.<br />

In 1948-49, Butler served <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> County as deputy<br />

district attorney.<br />

While in college he played football and was commissioner<br />

of finance.<br />

LESTER<br />

EARNEST<br />

Lester Earnest continued his interest in government after h<br />

graduated from SDS.<br />

He is presently the director of <strong>San</strong> Dieg~ ~ark and R creation<br />

Department and director of the MISSIO~Bay<br />

Development Project. He also served an DI go as budg t<br />

officer.<br />

While in college, Earnest was ~ornmissione~ of Finan ~d<br />

the first president of his fraterruty. The rOWl!lgteam, ~ n s<br />

quartet and being pr:sident of Alpha Mu igma mUSIC<br />

fraternity also kept him busy.<br />

JAMES R. MILLS<br />

James Mills has participated in state politics in the capacity<br />

of assemblyman for the 79th District. He has a master of<br />

arts degree from <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>.<br />

While as ?l?S, Mills served as president of the History Club,<br />

Roger Williams Club, and Inter-Protestant Council.<br />

T~e history .of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> has been an interest of Mills for<br />

quite some time, He spent many years as curator of the<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> Serra Museum.<br />

And Close These Pages<br />

Mills' special governmental interest is in the field of<br />

transportation and commerce. He has served on the <strong>State</strong>'s<br />

Ways and Means Committee.<br />

on This Chapter<br />

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ROBERT<br />

Athletics<br />

BREITBARD<br />

Robe~t Breitbard was active in sports at SDS and is still active in promoting local<br />

athletics.<br />

While ~t SDS, Breitbard played and lettered in varsity football. He served one term<br />

as president of the Aztec Lettermen's Club.<br />

Breitbard is president of the Breitbard Athletic Foundation vice president of the<br />

Greater <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> Sports Association, on the board of trustee; for the S. D. Hall of<br />

Champions, and the Chamber of Commerce Sports Committee.<br />

of Our Lives...<br />

. d k wledge but have built the foundations of<br />

. h have not only game no<br />

knowmg t at we fri d experiences and thoughts.<br />

f th ough many rien s,<br />

our uture r . . . et ain the wisdom and experience of time to<br />

Let us keep these In:pr~sslOns alive, y ~ the future and the guarantee of a better<br />

balance them. Herem hes the promIse 0<br />

world.<br />

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