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OVER SIX THOUSAND PERSONS GA H I Y<br />

THE CAMPUS OF SAN DIEGO STAT aLL G. H<br />

DEL SUDOESTEOF 1956 IS ORGANI<br />

ED A OU<br />

NAMES, FACES, AND ACTIVITIES OF TH S 0<br />

AND<br />

THE DEDICATION IS TO THEM.


CONTENTS<br />

ACADEMIC. . . . . . . . . . . .. 4<br />

FALL .. 16<br />

COMPETITION . . . . . . 46<br />

FEATURES. . . . . . . . . . . .. 92<br />

FELLOWSHIP . . . . .. . .. 128<br />

SPRING 236<br />

INDEX AND SUBSCRIBERS. . 294<br />

SA Gol STATE COLLEGE 1956<br />

SUDOESTE<br />

URT· ART, PAT ROGERS ~LAYOUT, DICK CALDERHEAD·<br />

COVER, TOM GOULD


AD I I TR TIO<br />

ACTI<br />

ITIE<br />

ACADEMIC


ADMINISTRATION<br />

John M. Daniel<br />

Security Officer,<br />

Timothy<br />

Hallahan<br />

Chief of Maintenance<br />

Maintenance<br />

Selwyn C. Hartigan<br />

Business Manager<br />

James L. Julian<br />

Publications and<br />

Public Relations Officer<br />

William M. Kidwell<br />

Placement Officer<br />

James S. Kinder<br />

Coordinator of<br />

Audio-Visual<br />

Services<br />

LT. COL JOHN MONACO, JR. Air Science<br />

ROBERT W. RICHARDSON Social Sciences<br />

MALCOLM A. LOVE President, San Diego State College<br />

ROBERT D. HARWOOD Life Sciences<br />

Richard Madden<br />

Chairman of<br />

Graduate Studies<br />

Robert Linn<br />

Activities Advisor<br />

Marion.L. Parker<br />

Registrar<br />

Frank O. Robertson, M.D.<br />

Director of<br />

Health Services<br />

JOHN R. ADAMS Languages and Literature<br />

GEORGE N. SORENSON<br />

Fine Arts<br />

DUDLEY H. ROBINSON<br />

Physical<br />

Sciences<br />

WI LLiAM<br />

L. TERRY<br />

Physical<br />

Education<br />

CHARLES W.<br />

LAMDEN<br />

. Business<br />

MANFRED<br />

H. SCHRUPP<br />

Education<br />

8<br />

John Paul Stone<br />

Head librarian<br />

Dick Thomas<br />

Graduate Manager<br />

Alfred E. White<br />

Admissions Officer<br />

Robert F. Wilcox<br />

Coordinator of<br />

DIVISION CHAIRMEN<br />

9<br />

Public Administration


Vern E. Odmark<br />

Accounting<br />

Everett G. Jackson<br />

Fine Arts<br />

Clifford E. Smith<br />

Astronomy and<br />

Physical Science<br />

Evangeline<br />

Business<br />

O. LeBarron<br />

Education<br />

Frances B. Torbert<br />

Management<br />

Wolcott C. Treat<br />

Psychology<br />

Kenneth<br />

Zoology<br />

M. Taylor<br />

Angela<br />

Health<br />

M. Kitzinger<br />

Education<br />

Frederick W. Kasch<br />

Physical Education<br />

Dorothy<br />

Physical<br />

J. Tollefsen<br />

Education<br />

DIVISION CHAIRMEN<br />

o<br />

John S. Wright<br />

Marketing<br />

Morrow F. Stough<br />

Elementary Education<br />

George A. Koester<br />

Secondary Education<br />

Frank L. Scott<br />

Recreation<br />

John A. Spangler<br />

Chemistry<br />

Curtis R. Walling<br />

Engineering<br />

Baylor Brooks<br />

Geology<br />

Ernest<br />

Foreign<br />

M. Wolf<br />

Languages<br />

Kenneth Phillips<br />

Industrial Arts<br />

Vincent C. Harris<br />

Mathematics<br />

Chesney R. Moe<br />

Physics<br />

Roy E. Cameron<br />

Economics<br />

Charles R. Webb, Jr.<br />

History<br />

Allan E. Shields<br />

Philosophy<br />

Mabel A. Myers<br />

Bacteriology<br />

Dorothy<br />

R. Harvey<br />

Botany<br />

Neva<br />

Nursing<br />

E. Nye<br />

Alvena Storm<br />

Geography<br />

James L. Julian<br />

Journalism<br />

Clarence G. Osborn<br />

Political Science<br />

Orrin E. Klapp<br />

Sociology and Anthropology<br />

11


\<br />

-s<br />

RADIO<br />

BROADCASTING<br />

CHEMISTRY<br />

WOODSHOP<br />

RADIO<br />

ACADEMIC<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

12<br />

DRAMA<br />

ASTRONOMY<br />

PHYSICS<br />

13


_WXiilUiUiJ<br />

DRAFTING<br />

,<br />

ACCOUNTING AIR FORCE R.O.T.e. OPTICS<br />

ACADEMIC<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

LIFE SCIENCE<br />

J4<br />

PRINTING<br />

ASTRONOMY<br />

ZOOLOGY<br />

15


CTI<br />

o<br />

LU<br />

ITt<br />

LL<br />

18<br />

24<br />

42


, This is food? ? ?<br />

, , , Blackboard [unqle<br />

ORIENTATION<br />

PEP CAMP<br />

, . , No, that's my purse! ! !<br />

REGISTRATION<br />

Paradise I I' lost, , , REGISTRATION .. , remem b er those<br />

ong Ines , , , this was a priority number .. , all that<br />

money ' .. I , fill out ALL THOSE FORMS . ,. b u t th<br />

ey<br />

cou Idn t c ose that class, , . they did. , . oh well<br />

not that class too ! ! ! Astrophysics ? ? thought it wos<br />

betterd than nothing , , . September 15 . ,. f ros h Ilour-<br />

neye . to Camp Marston for Orientation Camp<br />

featunn I g swrmrmnq, ' , boof ootinq, or listening to records . . .<br />

e,arned cU,stoms, history, and organization of State<br />

, , " introduction to faculty and staff members<br />

dancing, music by Eddie Fisher th . he<br />

dawn , , , CLASSES , , . . .. en came t e<br />

18 "T was a cold winter's e . venmg ,<br />

. , , Take it or leave it . , ,<br />

Fill these out in triplicate and return to desk 91<br />

19<br />

I Want a cigarette


o' . o' •.<br />

.., • - t' l' , • ~. .


..'<br />

.. • • "',a •• • '. • •• • •• _ I tI ~..- •• -., •• "' • '. ... ,... ...k<br />

.... ... .1. • J ... ••• •• .....<br />

I<br />

Young Democrats in actian.<br />

Hones -I<br />

was that big!"<br />

"Don't hit her Jack."<br />

"Come<br />

right In boys."<br />

Fall Elections . . . saw one of the largest turn-outs in<br />

Aztec history for 21 of 22 offices, no one ran for graduate<br />

representative ... Among those elected were Senior<br />

President, Alan Mishne ... Junior President, Don Foster<br />

Sophomore President, Ole Kittleson ... Frosh President<br />

Dave DeVol ... Veteran's Day saw the AFROTC<br />

participation in exercises commemorating the men of State<br />

who have sacrificed their lives for their country ...<br />

November 24 brought the Pi Kappa Alpha's Turkey Trot<br />

"I am Michael of the Waldorf."<br />

... held at Mission Beach Ballroom ... Maynard Ferguson's<br />

Orchestra provided the music.<br />

"It's a good likeness, don't you think."<br />

.. same af our<br />

tasty<br />

punch?"<br />

'Bock In 54 .•<br />

"But I didn't."<br />

"Cheez it, the cops."<br />

23


HOMECOMING


WEEPSTAKES<br />

MONTY VISITS JAPAN<br />

Alpha Phi-Kappa Sigma<br />

First place, Mixed<br />

Division<br />

"T .<br />

al Mahal," entered b S'<br />

Y ismo Alpha Epsilon h<br />

Frank Mendoza. ' won t e sweepstakes ... Float chairman was<br />

28<br />

Depicting a h<br />

me araja and hl h<br />

of IS crern seated b f ... .. .<br />

natural flowers in hue f e ore the Tal, it was constructed entirely<br />

s 0 green bl k<br />

rounded by five b. r ac and metallic gold A fountain of real water sureautlful<br />

dancin . .<br />

Three pledges t iki g girls was the main attraction.<br />

, s n Ing a h<br />

Mahal " uge White gong<br />

, announced the fl .<br />

in rhythm to the float's musical theme "To]<br />

oat s arrival as it<br />

passed down EI Cajon Boulevard.<br />

6''''<br />

'-4-~~ ,<br />

.......- ';:'9.'<br />

. - ,<br />

. ',if .<br />

~ ... -; ..<br />

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") ONTY GOrS<br />

DOIlN~~D£R<br />

LA I 1A v<br />

I 0 a AI a<br />

t U Nalurol FI<br />

S cond Plac F OW, , a d<br />

• rot tnlty OIVI Ion<br />

MONTY GO ESDOWN UN<br />

S'<br />

DER<br />

Igma Phi Ep ./ 51 on<br />

BAGPIPE.S BLOW FO 60 I CHIO<br />

Chi Om<br />

a<br />

B st Design and<br />

Use of Artif,c,'al Con Flowttuchon r • on d B st<br />

30<br />

MO<br />

TV VISITS ENGLAND<br />

MONTY<br />

Quetzal<br />

GOES TO ICELAND<br />

Hall<br />

Gamma Ph" 8<br />

8 I eta and AI h<br />

est Portrayal of Theme p a Tau Omega<br />

31


MONTY SALUTES EGYPT<br />

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

MONTY GOES TO A GERMAN BEER GARDEN<br />

Lamda<br />

Chi Alpha<br />

WE ARE SIAMESE, IF YOU PL ASE<br />

Kappa Alpha<br />

Theta<br />

FLYING<br />

CARPET<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

, 4 •<br />

., J<br />

-'" .<br />

VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY<br />

Sigma<br />

Pi<br />

MONTY GOES DUTCH<br />

Newman Club<br />

I<br />

POLYNESIA<br />

Theta Chi<br />

ARABIA<br />

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

2nd Place<br />

Sorority Division<br />

MONTY GOES CUCKOO<br />

Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Chi<br />

2nd Place<br />

33


MO TV ON A SAFARI IN THE BELGIAN CONGO<br />

ppo Alpha<br />

/<br />

- i<br />

• . , Touch bock . . .<br />

\ \ ('<br />

) ,~"<br />

'


•• Jackie<br />

•• Joan<br />

• and<br />

•• Stellar<br />

Lois<br />

•• Barbara<br />

• Betty<br />

Lucy<br />

•<br />

•<br />

KIDLEDG~<br />

lXrRESENTj<br />

Isn' t he th rough<br />

yet?<br />

"You load sixteen tans . . ..<br />

That well groomed look . 0<br />

'Keep the candle burning<br />

Religious Emphasis Week, November 14-21 ... Inter-<br />

Faith Council sponsored the affair ... seminars, various<br />

speakers, and musical programs saw how quickly this<br />

week drew to a close . . . Carry my books Babe? This<br />

rather unusual request was seldom denied on Carry The<br />

Books Day ... on this day the girls became the "willing"<br />

slaves of the men ... gals wore the latest in pedal pushers,<br />

slacks and Bermudas ... The Spring Sing Fund was<br />

the object of this worthy endeavor ... How not to eat a<br />

pie ... Pi Kappa Alpha provided the pies ... each frat<br />

.t<br />

errn y, an eater Shades of Emily Post! ... these lads<br />

~o look a sight all that for a trophy with a pig on<br />

It . . . Theta Chi was presented with the Outstanding<br />

Scholarship Trophy while Sigma Chi won the l.FC. sports<br />

trophy . 0 •<br />

0<br />

0 0 0<br />

0<br />

• Beverly<br />

0<br />

0<br />

A.W.S. Banquet ... held in Scripps Cottage on Nov. 16<br />

o . Gamma Phi Beta won the W.R.A. trophy for Inter-sorority<br />

Sports, while Kappa Alpha Theta was presented with the<br />

Panhellenic Trophy for Scholarship ... Cap and Gown<br />

tapped eight new members Walter ... Carmen<br />

Sturak Paulo. Farr Vera Thaxton.<br />

Laverne Zowada ... Sharon Fisher Beverly Butler ...<br />

And Cetza tapped 12 girls Barbara Goen Nancy<br />

Kirkhoff Peterson Marcia Peterson Lynne<br />

Tinker Judy Parslow . 0 Johnson . 0<br />

Moore Dorothy Hess .. Recht ... and Nancy<br />

Olds The W.R.A. Carnival ... came on Nov. 22 just<br />

before Thanksgiving attraction was a garter<br />

throw sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega ... penny pitching<br />

. .. food. 0<br />

lots of fun ...<br />

"And her old boy friend said .. ,"<br />

So I says to this wise guy ...<br />

36<br />

"Wheeee!"<br />

Litterbug<br />

You can't beat the house<br />

The greatest show on earth<br />

37


Gordel's onti-enzyme protection keeps<br />

you free from tooth decoy .<br />

Mush! !<br />

The<br />

lineup<br />

I hat 10 9'" lh, u ,<br />

Ben Hur never had it so good ... Annual Pledge Chariot<br />

Races ... for the fourth time in a row the tremendous6<br />

pledge power of Sigma Chi proved too much for the field<br />

and they took permanent possession of the perpetual<br />

trophy . , . Miss Carol Cotton was crowned Queen of the<br />

Chariot Races . . , on the pageantry end of the showthe<br />

honors went to Sigma Phi Epsilon . , . Imaginary Invalid<br />

. , . opening night jitters, .. smash hit, , , opening bosketball<br />

game of the season saw a spirited Aztec squad<br />

take on the Arizona State powerhouse ... smash , ' , hit?<br />

. . . Peggy Cassell Queen of Fite Nite . . , Kappa Alpha<br />

took the top honors this year ... a record number of frcternity<br />

men and independents took part in this annual<br />

fistic classic ...<br />

At the request of actives, the pledges of Sigma Alpha Epsilon<br />

wore knickers and golf caps. , . the spirit(s) of 1920<br />

rode again, .. Another tradition on campus, .. "A Christmas<br />

Carol" again this year, ' , E, Kingsley Povenmire carries<br />

on the tradition set so many years ago by his friend<br />

Dr, Lewis Lesley, . , those overflow crowds for both performances<br />

, . , Christmas spirit in the air, , , in Scripps Cottage,<br />

drinking coffee and singing favorite carols .. , all<br />

that time spent in the caf , , , a coke? Don't mind if I do<br />

.. , it's goooood , .. table hopping without losing your glass<br />

, .. the time you missed the chair, . , Mistletoe ... do you<br />

really remember who you kissed? I don't ... that fishey<br />

look your girl gave you when she saw your face . , , you<br />

decided you'd better not go to class after all.<br />

A<br />

flot<br />

The boys from the (oun ry Club.<br />

38 It's a bird?<br />

No brier- patch legs here.<br />

"Burrppl"<br />

39<br />

Oooof<br />

I I I


You forgot your horn again?<br />

The sweetest music this side of H---!<br />

"They call me Speedo , .. "<br />

Sam thing, Id vi w,<br />

Circle K Breakfast ... Syrup and coffee served in similar<br />

containers.. Naud poured syrup in his coffee cup ...<br />

Was it good? Jazz Concert Jan. 6, sponsored by music<br />

department Arranged and led by Alan Oldfield .<br />

Remember that quaint old custom that's still around? .<br />

Finals, I believe they call it ... New finals system ... No<br />

more finals' week three and four tests on one day ...<br />

study, study, study! woe is me! ... were you tired?<br />

, .. spent all night studying for that test ... blue books<br />

galore oral tests written tests ... tests in sign language<br />

Thursday Friday ... Monday ... TUESDAY!!<br />

a week and a half of Freedom!!! Oh Boyohboyohboy ...<br />

Wheeeee! Days passed ... The Blue Book Ball came and<br />

went ... then the roof fell in ... Craaaash!!! GRADES ...<br />

The quiet before the Storm.<br />

Beethoven',<br />

3rd<br />

f<br />

I •<br />

"..--<br />

\<br />

.,..<br />

40 As I flv db<br />

e an reathel Elv' P<br />

• IS restley!<br />

"I've got this test coaled,"<br />

"You've hod three hours to remember your name."<br />

41<br />

Now j~ the time for all gbdfpx#%!11 Nutsl


BLUE<br />

BOOK<br />

BALL<br />

I<br />

SYLVIA CAMPBELL WHITE<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma<br />

Phi<br />

42<br />

BELLE OF THE BLUE BOOK BALL ·


I<br />

PETITION


FOOTBALL<br />

STATISTICS<br />

SD<br />

FirstDowns Rushing 57<br />

FirstDowns Passing 43<br />

FirstDowns Penalties 7<br />

Total First Downs 107<br />

Carries 390<br />

Yards Gained Rushing 1372<br />

Yards Lost Rushing 384<br />

Net Yards Gained Rushing 988<br />

Net Yards Gained Passing 930<br />

Total Plays 549<br />

Total Net Yards Gained 1918<br />

Passes Attempted 159<br />

Passes Completed 75<br />

Passed Had Intercepted 18<br />

Touchdown Passes 5<br />

orr<br />

93<br />

44<br />

11<br />

148<br />

438<br />

2198<br />

411<br />

1787<br />

1188<br />

611<br />

2975<br />

173<br />

77<br />

11<br />

12<br />

For the second consecutiv r a<br />

State College player a no ~ I<br />

Notional Intercollegiat All-Am n j 01 II<br />

team.<br />

Jay Gutowski, completing hi<br />

f<br />

varsity football at Stat, wa<br />

mythical all-star squcd for hi<br />

t-<br />

formance at both guard and full<br />

and as a linebacker on dins<br />

5-8, 185 pound senior, he on y or 01 {II I-<br />

bility remaining.<br />

Otherwise, it wasn't too happy a y r for<br />

coach Bill Shutte and his m n. lhom<br />

pleted its season with a 2-8, wen-lest r or f<br />

poorest showing since 1942 wh n an<br />

team wos winless in six gam s.<br />

Number of Punts . . . . . . . . . . . .<br />

SD<br />

51<br />

1<br />

Punts Had Blocked .<br />

.. 1828<br />

Yards Punte d<br />

. . . . . . . . 35.8<br />

Punting Average ,........... 43<br />

Number of Penalties .<br />

Yards Peno I , rze d 383 54<br />

Fumbles 29<br />

Ball Lost Fumbles ., , 61<br />

Number of Kick Returns .<br />

Yards Kicks<br />

.. 999<br />

Returne d<br />

, . 164<br />

Average Yards Kicks Returned 10'<br />

Touchdowns 0<br />

Extra points Attempted 5<br />

Extra points Made 65<br />

Total points .<br />

opp<br />

4<br />

1<br />

1601<br />

36.4<br />

69<br />

594<br />

45<br />

18<br />

53<br />

811<br />

15.3<br />

35<br />

35<br />

21<br />

231<br />

49<br />

. . . A tense moment . . .


Hugh<br />

Bates<br />

Larry<br />

Erwin<br />

Bernie<br />

Flaherty<br />

Monte<br />

Fritz<br />

Doug<br />

Horv<br />

James<br />

Kirst<br />

Claude<br />

Lewis<br />

Bob<br />

Linares<br />

Don Magee<br />

Marshall<br />

Malcolm<br />

The Aztecs try for that all-important yardage.<br />

Bob Newton<br />

Tom<br />

Noon<br />

Richard<br />

Parque<br />

Braxton<br />

Pinkins<br />

Allen<br />

Redmon<br />

An indication of things to co<br />

• me was<br />

brought to light in the first game of the<br />

seoson when San Diego traveled<br />

to Pepperdme<br />

College only to receive a 21-0<br />

loss. A strong Pepperdine line kept the<br />

Dick Runyon<br />

Hugh<br />

Simpson<br />

Len Smorin<br />

Clark<br />

Staples<br />

Alonzo<br />

Wood<br />

David Young<br />

Az ecs from generating an offense all<br />

E<br />

S<br />

50<br />

night while giving its own b k I<br />

ac s p enty<br />

of ime to pick u d<br />

p yar age. Opening<br />

j s home sea .<br />

son In the newly-lighted<br />

Aztec Bowl, San Diego played<br />

perhaps<br />

its best game of th e season but still<br />

dropped a last-quarter 12-6 d "<br />

ecrsior,<br />

to Col Poly A h .<br />

. eavdy-favored Poly<br />

team was played off its feet for most of<br />

the game but San Diego did<br />

. I most of<br />

Its goining in the middle of the field.<br />

Quarterback Bill R' h d<br />

IC or son did f I a ine<br />

job for the Aztecs.<br />

AZTEC<br />

FOOTBALL<br />

TEAM<br />

1955-1956<br />

AZTECS ALPHABETICAL ROSIE<br />

BATES. Hugh (hb) .•. •••. 165<br />

CANIZALES. Alber Ie) . • .190<br />

EARLY, John (e) • .., • 175<br />

ERWIN. Lorry 191 .•• , 190<br />

flAHERTY, Bernie [el . • .185<br />

FRITZ, Monte [e) ..•.•. . 195<br />

GUTOWSKY. Julius (f-gl .185<br />

HARVEY. Doug (hb·qbl ., 178<br />

HUGHES, Everett (91 • 200<br />

KIRST, Jam es (9) ..••.•• 168<br />

KRUPENS,Harold lib) . . . 180<br />

LEWIS, Claude (hb) ,... . .• , •• 165<br />

LINARES, Bob HI .. . . .., . • . 240<br />

MAGEE, Don Iqb} ••.... . •• 165<br />

MALCOLM, Marshall (hbl ., , 165<br />

McHARGUe, Don III ..... • 187<br />

McHARGUE, John Icl •..••.. . ., 205<br />

NEWTON, Bob ItI ... . no<br />

NICHOLAS, Donny (g). .,. .....• .200<br />

NOON, Tom [hbl . •..•...•. •• 160<br />

OHLIN, Gerold (gl ..• 195<br />

PARQUE, RIChard (qbl .. •• ...• • • 160<br />

PINKINS. Broxton lei. • . . . . . • . . . •. • lOS<br />

PYLES, Jimmy (hb) 1115<br />

REDMAN, Allen Ic] ......• . ...•..•• ISS<br />

REID, Richard [hb] • . . . . . • . . . 180<br />

RICHARDSON, Bill [qb] •.•...•.•••... 170<br />

RUNYON, Dick (t) 210<br />

SIMPSON, Hugh Ifb) 180<br />

SMORIN, Len tgl 185<br />

STAPLES,Clark (el .....••..•.....•.. 210<br />

WHELAN, James ItI 220<br />

WOOD, Alonzo leI .....••••....•... 200<br />

YOUNG, David (g) - 185<br />

Fr<br />

Jr<br />

JI<br />

Fr<br />

!or<br />

lOr<br />

M<br />

Jr<br />

~.<br />

So<br />

Jr<br />

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Sr<br />

So<br />

Jr<br />

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Jr<br />

Jr.<br />

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ff<br />

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Jr.<br />

Sr.<br />

Sr.<br />

Sr.<br />

So.<br />

So.<br />

So.<br />

So.<br />

51<br />

Aztec Coach Bill Schutte.


Returning<br />

Game be<br />

,<br />

S mp on fight' for yordoge against Tempe defenders.<br />

Po ono·C1or mont h 0 s ted a<br />

I t In Son Diego State team<br />

he Staters came to<br />

hird game of the<br />

z ecs took over and<br />

core hre imes themselves,<br />

but a hnal Pomona touchdown<br />

9 v e home team a 28-20<br />

tnumph. Halfback Jimmy Pyles<br />

as a running hreat for San<br />

Diego all afternoon, while quarerbock<br />

Don agee's posses olmos<br />

gave he Aztecs a win.<br />

But I don't wanno go!<br />

Temp in Bel 00<br />

Diego couldn't op<br />

blgg r and fa t r un<br />

and 10 t a 46·0 ont 1<br />

17,000 fan, our run of<br />

than 50 yOI to uel d<br />

touchdown fOI f~ onO<br />

whil Son 01 0 thr t n<br />

one in th second quat l f.<br />

Still sing th Ir II t Win 0 I<br />

year, hAll Col d<br />

Diego Naval Irclnln C nl r I<br />

Azt c Bowland on lhl r n<br />

of two cony rslon by nd l rn«<br />

Hoh rty, dg d ad r<br />

12·14. Both teem flo d 0<br />

fancy ploys bUI 0 lrong r Son<br />

Diego line gov lh win 0'<br />

collegians.<br />

Hornecorninq saw a 119 Iy c-<br />

vored Son Francisco Stat I am<br />

visit Aztec Bowland for h<br />

and straight we nd Floh r<br />

right foot gave San Di go a In.<br />

this time by a 7-6 coun .<br />

Francisco couldn't mov 100<br />

once it got post midf Id<br />

kept the Aztecs busy wit<br />

passes and end runs,<br />

With two straight wins vnd r ,t<br />

belt, Son Diego State too 10<br />

rood once again, trcv 111'19 0<br />

meet a Fresno State am hat<br />

was rated the strong st small<br />

college team on the W st Coo .<br />

The Bulldogs scored on th<br />

opening play of the gam bu<br />

after that they fought for th<br />

rest of the game as the Azt c<br />

played a fine gam d SPit 10'<br />

ing 20-6.<br />

New Mexico A& proved 0 b<br />

just as poor a host, as Son Di go<br />

couldn't stop the Aggie's spe dy<br />

bocks, and dropped 0 26-6<br />

game, AI Conizales played his<br />

best game at end but New Mexico<br />

stopped everyone else to<br />

hand the Aztecs their sixth loss.<br />

Bock home in Aztec Bowl found<br />

San Diego receipting for its third<br />

shutout of the season as a<br />

strong Marine Corps Recruit Depot<br />

squad handed out a 32-0<br />

defeat. A thick fog settled over<br />

the field at the start of the second<br />

half to put a damper on<br />

any passing the Staters might<br />

have done to try to catch the<br />

leathernecks.<br />

52<br />

End John Early Sidesteps a Pomona.<br />

Claremont defender after catching a pass.<br />

Coaches S . for outstanding lineman. Joy<br />

Guto k' m,th and Schutte, with the Byron Chase Memorial Trophy<br />

WS I was thi<br />

IS yeor<br />

,<br />

s recipient.<br />

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Playing at Whittier in the final<br />

game of the yea r, Coach<br />

Schutte's charges fell behind<br />

early in the game and never<br />

caught a Poe t squad which<br />

played a near-perfect game in<br />

posting a 28-6 win. Fullback<br />

Doug Harvey went over the goal<br />

late in the game for San Diego's<br />

only touchdown of the game<br />

and only its 10th touchdown in<br />

10 games.<br />

Holfbock Dick Reid punts aut of the end zane against ' Fresno,State Pomona jumps to an early lead and the Aztec bench watches in dismay,<br />

Halfback Gene Mitcham off on a<br />

John Early, Dick Runyon.<br />

long touchdown run for Arizona State Tempe in Shrine Game action. Aztecs in pursuit are Jay Gutowski,<br />

Ace tackle Bob Newton was injured in the<br />

Pomona game and was of little use to his<br />

team after that. Senior halfback Marshall<br />

Malcolm, a California Collegiate first team<br />

pick last season, was also hurt and was forced<br />

to drop from the squad late in the year. Half·<br />

back Claude Lewis and qUGrterback Bill Rich·<br />

ardsan, tackles Bob Linares and Jim Whelan<br />

and others too numerous to mention were<br />

slowed up part or mast of the year.<br />

Where's the ball?<br />

This t'lme M' itcho m ' IS stopped behind scrimmage line by Braxton Pinkins,<br />

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AZTEC<br />

BASKETBALL<br />

1955-1956<br />

Name G FG FT TP FP AVG.<br />

Tony Pinkins, f ......... 29 187 150 524 75 18.1<br />

Danny Newport, f ...... 29 148 131 427 53 lA.7<br />

Don Hegerle g ......... 29 113 89 315 72 10.9<br />

Noel Mickelsen, c ....... 29 119 55 293 91 10.1<br />

Jim Sams, f ........... 29 73 34 180 51 6.2<br />

Bob Adams, g ......... 16 62 32 156 44 9.8<br />

Archie Rambeau, g ..... 28 53 44 150 42 5.4<br />

John Hannon, g ........ 29 48 33 129 58 4.4<br />

AI Nordquist, f ......... 23 23 9 55 19 2.4<br />

Rich Gehring, c ......... 20 10 14 34 23 1.7<br />

Ray Woodmansee, g .... 21 11 12 34 23 1.6<br />

Braxton Pinkins, f ....... 11 7 5 19 14 1.7<br />

29 854 608 2316 565 79.9<br />

U. of Arizona 80 San Diego 74 Fresno State 88 San Diego 86<br />

Ariz. Tempe 82 San Diego 76 San Diego 74 Long Beach St. 38<br />

Loyola Univ. 74 San Diego 70 Cal Poly 67 San Diego 64<br />

San Diego 74 Pasadena Naz.56 San Diego 84 Los Angeles 52<br />

San Diego 79 Whittier Coil. 69 San Diego 79 Whittier 58<br />

San Diego 75 Chico State 60 San Diego 81 S.D. Navy 63<br />

San Diego 90 Pepperdine 62 San Diego 74 Pepperdine 42<br />

San Diego 57 San Jose State 50 San Diego 91 Long Beach St. 60<br />

San Diego 89 Ariz. Tempe 64 "Son Diego 93 Cal Poly 69<br />

San Diego 93 SDSCAlumni 65 *San Diego 78 Pasadena Naz.62<br />

San Diego 91 Los Angeles St. 72 "Son Diego 91 Humboldt St. 63<br />

San Diego 88 S.D. Marines 61 *San Diego 77 Alderson-<br />

San Diego 81 California Poly 69<br />

San Diego 59 U. of Redlands 55 *Gustavus<br />

Broaddus 64<br />

San Diego 90 Loyola Univ. 81 Adolphus 69 San Diego 60<br />

San Diego 96 Fresno State 88<br />

Won 23, Lost 6<br />

*NAIA Playoff Games


Free throw percentage (.7151, field goals ott mpt d 0<br />

game, one season (66.71, free throws attempt d, on<br />

season (8501, and consecutive victories (13). Th wonlost<br />

percentage of .793 was a record for San 01 0<br />

teams which have played 20 or more games in a s cson.<br />

\<br />

Dr.George Ziegenfuss, Aztec basketball coach.<br />

Clod,w/s , ffom (.nt.f· Geer .<br />

Roy Woodmansee 0 .H ge ZIegenfuss (Coach), Dick Geh . BASKETBALL TEAM<br />

• on egerle. Noel Mickelson. nng, AI Nordquist, Tony Pinkins<br />

, Danny Newport J'<br />

, .m Scrns , Bob Adams, Archie Rambeau, John Hannon,<br />

58<br />

Nordqu' t d .<br />

IS lives toward a two-point layup.<br />

Top scorer<br />

hi h for a tip in attempt.<br />

h<br />

T<br />

ony Pinkins reac es ,g<br />

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Individual records were set by forward<br />

Tony Penkins, 187 field goals in a season,<br />

center Noel Mickelsen, 107 consecutive<br />

games played in a varsity career, 95<br />

BASK<br />

consecutive games started and 91 fouls<br />

in a season, and forward<br />

Danny Newport,<br />

27 consecutive free throws.<br />

Six members of the team are seniors and<br />

have completed their eligibility.<br />

Included<br />

in that<br />

number are four of the five top<br />

scorers on the team.<br />

Forwards Newport,<br />

6- 1, and Jim Sams,<br />

6-0., center Mickelsen, 6-6, and guards<br />

Don Hegerle, 6-0, John Hannon, 6-0,<br />

and Ray Woodmansee, 5- 10, are all<br />

seniors and will be graduated in June.<br />

Mit else.n Hp$. in a bas el on a rebo<br />

defeated the Poe s 79.58. und effort againsl Whiflier.<br />

Son Diego<br />

N t t rebound<br />

ewport and Hegerle block oul Whiltier altemp 0<br />

as Mickelsen moves in to assist.<br />

Eligible to return next season are forwards<br />

Tony Pinkins, 6-3, AI Nordquist,<br />

6-4, and Braxton Pinkins, 6-2, center<br />

Rich Gehring, 6-5, and guard Archie<br />

Rambeau, 6-1. In addition, guard Bob<br />

Adams, 6-0, ineligible to compete the<br />

second semester this past season, may<br />

also turn out.<br />

Tony Pinkins led the team in scoring<br />

with 524 points in 29 games for an 18.1<br />

average. Newport was next with 427<br />

points and a 14.7 average while Hegerle<br />

was third with 315 points, Mickelsen<br />

fourth with 293 points and Sams fifth<br />

with 180 points.<br />

San Diego started its season slowly, losing<br />

its first three games to Arizona<br />

Tempe, University of Arizona and Loyola<br />

University. It was after the Loyola game<br />

that the Aztecs came back fighting to<br />

show their fans the type of winning ball<br />

that could be played. The team won<br />

13 straight games, setting a school record,<br />

and practically clinching a berth in<br />

the NAIA playoffs.<br />

In succession, they defeated Pasadena<br />

Nazarene, Whittier Chico State, Pepperdine,<br />

San Jose Store, Arizona Tempe, the<br />

Alumni, Los Angeles State, Marine Corps<br />

Recruit Depot, Cal Poly, University of<br />

Redlands, Loyola and Fresno State. It<br />

was on the second night of a two-game<br />

visit to Fresno that the bubble burst,<br />

":,,ith the Bulldogs taking an 88-86 overtime<br />

win.<br />

dd I 0 POlf'lts in<br />

. L Angeles Slate defender 10 a W<br />

Sams slips by a os<br />

78-52 Aztec win.<br />

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Following a win over Long Beach State<br />

on a three-point loss to Cal Poly, the<br />

Aztecs went on another winning streak<br />

that saw them win nine straight including<br />

four playoff games. The five regular<br />

season wins came over Los Angeles<br />

State, Whittier, Naval Training Center,<br />

Pepperdine and Long Beach State.<br />

San Diego moved into the playoffs and<br />

drew Cal Poly as its first opponent. The<br />

two teams had split a two-game series<br />

during the regular season but the third<br />

game was to go to the Aztecs. Tony<br />

Pinkins dropped in 26 points and Sams<br />

With the Southern California NAIA championship<br />

as the prize, San Diego met Pasadena Nazarene<br />

in the second playoff game. The Crusaders made<br />

a fight of it all the way, spurred on by a large<br />

group of rooters who made the trip to San Diego,<br />

but Pinkins again scored 26 points and Newport<br />

hooked his way to 18 as the Aztecs led throughout<br />

for a 78-62 triumph.<br />

Humboldt State College was picked as the next<br />

playoff opponent and the game was played in<br />

Eureka, Calif. The Aztecs arrived by plane and<br />

received a warm welcome by the entire city. The<br />

game, played as an aftermath to a whirlwind<br />

look at a fine city, was almost anti-climactic.<br />

Humboldt made a game of it for the first half<br />

but the fast-breaking attack of the San Diegans<br />

wore them down after intermission and resulted<br />

in a 91 -63 Aztec win. Pinkins with 24 points<br />

and Newport with 22 were the top point getters.<br />

The game gave San Diego the District 3 NAIA<br />

title and a berth to the NAIA championship tournament.<br />

After a few mixups in connections and leaving<br />

coach George Ziegenfuss, manager Mel Curry<br />

and Nordquist to catch a later train, the team<br />

arrived in Kansas City after 30 hours of traveling,<br />

tired, but still with plenty of spirit.<br />

scored 23 in pacing them to a sweet<br />

93-69 victory.<br />

Time out far the fast-breaking<br />

Aztec offense.<br />

Mickelsen comes out second best in rebounding try against NTC.<br />

Guard Hegerle breaks through Los Angeles defense with the help of a Mickelsen block. 63<br />

Watching the results from the bench duri h<br />

urlng t e Loyolo game.


The 32-team tournament began on March 12 but<br />

San Diego drew a first day bye and played its<br />

High-scoring [unior varsity guard Jerry Davee comes '0 a halt after driving toward basket against<br />

Navy all-stars.<br />

first game March 13 against Alderson-Broaddus<br />

College of Phillipi, W. Va. Playing at 10:30<br />

p.m., the sixth-seeded Aztecs battled for four<br />

quarters through a haze of cigarette smoke and<br />

pulled out a 77 -64 win. The team still showed<br />

effects of its long train ride but won with a 21-<br />

point spurt by Pinkins, a 16-point<br />

show and fine<br />

defensive effort by Mickelsen, and 15 points by<br />

Hegerle. Center Gehring looked sharp under<br />

the back- boards as Ziegenfuss cleared his bench<br />

in the last half.<br />

Again drawing a 10:30 p.m. starting time, San<br />

Diego ran up against a giant Gustavus-Adol_<br />

phus team<br />

from St. Peter, Minn., for its secondround<br />

foe, March 14. With a starting lineup of<br />

a 6-7 and 6-5 pair of forwards, a 6-8 center,<br />

and a guard who stood 6-3, the Gusties dominated<br />

the backboards in the first half and left<br />

the court at recess with a 37 -27 lead. The Aztecs<br />

put on a spirited second-half rally and had the<br />

Gusties hanging on at the end but the first-half<br />

deficit was too much to overcome<br />

ended its season with a 69-60 loss.<br />

and San Diego<br />

64 . NAIA<br />

N . Ka nsos City<br />

ewport maneuvers for a hook shot against Alderson-Broaddus. In. of United press.<br />

action. Aztecs won opening game, 77-64. Photo by special permiSSion<br />

FROSH<br />

BASKETBALL<br />

STATISTICS<br />

SD Opp SD Opp<br />

71 San Diego Jr. College .. 88<br />

63 Palomar Jr. College 66<br />

72 Loyola JV 62<br />

53 Pasadena Nazarene JV 52<br />

55 Whittier JV 67<br />

59 Oceanside Jr. College. 54<br />

55 Pepperdine JV 43<br />

79 U.S. Naval Hospital 59<br />

81 San Diego University .. 26<br />

75 Palomar Jr. College ... 56<br />

67 San Diego Jr. College. 68<br />

45 Chula Vista HS 46<br />

47 St. Augustine HS 35<br />

55 Loyola JV 54<br />

44 Grossmont HS 46<br />

85 Oceanside JC 63<br />

44 Sweetwater HS 52<br />

65 Fleet All- Weather 82<br />

74 WhittierJV 79<br />

56 Pepperdine JV 63<br />

72 USS Bon Homme<br />

Richard 54<br />

64 EI Cajon HS 24<br />

75 Helix HS 61<br />

90 Inter-frat All-Stars 62<br />

San Diego State's frosh team<br />

was actually a combination of<br />

freshmen and junior varsity<br />

this season. Considering the<br />

squad was forced to split its<br />

forces for frosh and [v games, it<br />

compiled a respectable 14-10<br />

record.<br />

Guard Jim Monahan led the<br />

squad in scoring with 273 points<br />

and a 14.4 average. Center<br />

Jerry Mulder was second with<br />

219 points and a 9.1 average.<br />

Other top scorers were John<br />

Lukaseky, 203 points; Bill<br />

Reeves, 181 points; Bill Cowmey,<br />

137 points, and Jerry Davee,<br />

107 points.<br />

Coach Ralph Grawunder, who<br />

took over in mid-season when<br />

Carl Benton had to give up his<br />

coaching duties to continue his<br />

work for a doctorate, cited the<br />

team for its fine spirit and ability<br />

to overcome mistakes.<br />

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AZTEC<br />

TRACK<br />

1955-1956<br />

San Diego State's track squad<br />

placed third in the California<br />

Collegiate Athletic Association<br />

championships, May 5, at Long<br />

Beach State in the last regular<br />

CCAA STANDINGS<br />

Fresno State College 65 points<br />

Los Angeles State College 58 points<br />

meet for the year.<br />

High hurdler Jim Weldon and<br />

shot putter Dave Abbott both<br />

placed second in their events to<br />

San Diego State College 18 1 /2 points<br />

Santa Barbara College 18 1 /2 points<br />

pace an Aztec team which<br />

18 1 /2 points.<br />

scored<br />

California Polytechnic College 3 points<br />

San Diego won two of four dual<br />

Long Beach State College<br />

3 poi nts<br />

meets this season, defeating<br />

Long Beach State and San Diego<br />

Track and Field Association and<br />

losing to Los Angeles State and<br />

the University<br />

of Arizona.<br />

1956 RESULTS<br />

San Diego Naval Training Center 80 1 /2, Camp Pendleton 33%,<br />

Arizona State Tempe 27 2 /3, San Diego State 5 1 /2<br />

San Diego State 101, Long Beach State 30<br />

University of Southern California 79 1 /2, NTC 69 1 /2,<br />

Los Angeles Athletic Club 9 1 /2, San Diego State 3 1 /2<br />

Camp Pendleton 101, San Diego State 40, Pepperdine College 15<br />

San Diego State 68, San Diego Track and Field Association 63<br />

Los Angeles State 27, San Diego State 54<br />

University of Arizona 98 1 /2, San Diego State 32 1 /2<br />

University of California at Los Angeles 122, Southern California Striders 57,<br />

San Diego State 23, Los Angeles AC 17<br />

California Collegiate Athletic Association Meet - 3rd Place 18 1 /2<br />

One varsity record and one<br />

freshman record were broken<br />

this year. Abbott's 50-7 1 /2 shot<br />

put effort, March 31, set a new<br />

varsity record while a 4:26.0<br />

mile run by freshman Bill Gallaher,<br />

April 28, set a frosh mark.<br />

Gallaher actually ran a 4:21.8<br />

mile early in the year but it was<br />

a non-winning time and therefore<br />

did not qualify for a record.<br />

Only two men completed their<br />

eligibility this season, sprinters<br />

Dick Woolfe and Don Hedlund.<br />

Coach Choc Sportsman's squad<br />

was composed almost entirely<br />

of freshmen and sophomores.<br />

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4:23.3 and 4:21.8. Gallaher received much of<br />

his endurance from the cross country season and<br />

will be a serious threat to smash the school<br />

record of 4: 17.1 within the next two years.<br />

Freshman Darrell Sager ran fine races of 1:56.9<br />

and<br />

1:57.1 in the 880 and also should pose a<br />

threat to break a school record, the present 880<br />

mark standing 1:54.0. Frosh John Haley and<br />

Tom Simpson looked stronger as the season progressed<br />

with Haley having a best time of :09.9<br />

in the 100-yard dash and Simpson being timed<br />

in :49.6 in the 440. Haley was late turning out<br />

Rich Gehring leads the field in the low hurdle race.<br />

Srcrr of 100-yard dash against San Diego Track and Field Association.<br />

During the regular<br />

season, the Aztec trackmen<br />

competed against some of the top collegiate<br />

and service teams in the nation,<br />

not to mention<br />

some of Southern California's leading athletic<br />

club squads.<br />

San Diego Naval Training Center and Camp<br />

Pendleton made up the service competition and<br />

gave the yearling<br />

Staters some dust to eat with<br />

their fine marks.<br />

In collegiate ranks, University of Southern Colifernie,<br />

University of California at Los Angeles<br />

and the University of Arizona<br />

all competed with<br />

the Aztecs while<br />

the Los Angeles Athletic Club<br />

and the Southern California<br />

Striders along with<br />

the San Diego Track and Field Association com'<br />

posed the club teams.<br />

It was hard to find one individual who stood<br />

out on the team during<br />

the season.<br />

Freshman<br />

miler Bill Gallaher broke the school record for<br />

first year men with a four-lap time of 4:26.0<br />

Aztec coach Cho rles .'Choc' Sportsman.<br />

against Arizona.<br />

. . times of<br />

He had non-Winning<br />

Spectators watch a battle for places along the home stretch.<br />

Another [ovelin toss for Don King.<br />

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and Simpson only ran the 440 after more than<br />

half th season had elapsed.<br />

Other good sprint men were senior Dick Woolfe<br />

and sophomore Bernie Stolzoff. Sophomore Mike<br />

Patterson had a :50.6 440 time, while so ph<br />

Mike Muirhead had a 1:57.1 880 effort.<br />

Perhaps the pluckiest runner all season was twomiler<br />

Dave Sucec. Turning out late after competing<br />

with the Aztec frosh basketball squad,<br />

Sucec lowered his time with each race and had<br />

a 10:15 topatthe season's end.<br />

One of the team's strongest points this year was<br />

in the hurdles, where Jim Weldon and Rich<br />

Gehring ran identical times of :15.1 in the 120-<br />

high hurdles and :25.1 in the 220-low hurdles.<br />

Aztecs Dick Woolfe and John Haley hit the tape at the finish of the 100·yard dash against Los Angeles State.<br />

Coach Bill Schutte finds the results of the pole vault.<br />

Weldon, a sophomore, finished his second varsity<br />

season this year while Gehring was in his<br />

first.<br />

In the field events, shot putter Dave Abbott was<br />

the outstanding performer, breaking the school<br />

record with a 50-7 V2 toss in the Santa Barbara<br />

Easter Relays, March 31. Abbott, in his first year<br />

here after transferring from junior college, should<br />

better that effort next season, according to<br />

Coach<br />

Sportsman.<br />

Lack of time to practice kept two Aztecs from<br />

exceptiona I performances. Freshman b roo d<br />

jumper Denny Hill leapt 22.4 1 /4 early in the season<br />

but couldn't spend much time on the track<br />

because of work. High jumper San Mankins<br />

cleared 6-2 but had the same problem.<br />

Taking over for Hill in the broad jump, Russ<br />

Himmer also cleared 22 feet by nearly two<br />

inches and got support from Jim Holmes. Himmer<br />

also occasionally ran in the hurdles races.<br />

Bob Ott, when not participating with the golf<br />

Low hurdle race pits Aztecs Tom Noon and Gary Smith.<br />

It's a new meet record for shot putter Dave Abbott against Los Angeles.<br />

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squad, managed to high jump often enough to<br />

clear 6-3 l/S. Ott showed much promise and<br />

should develop with more experience, Sportsman<br />

said.<br />

Pole vaulter Ron Harrington<br />

got the bar up to<br />

12-3 and showed improvement over last season<br />

while Don King made rapid strides in the javelin,<br />

having a best toss of 162-7.<br />

Ron Horrington over the bar at 12·3 in the pole vault.<br />

Los Angeles State's Mal Whitfield leads Aztec Bill Gallaher.<br />

Sam Mankins clear a 6-2 high jump for a first place finish.<br />

Don King gets off a 160 foot javelin toss.<br />

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, I I


AZTEC<br />

BASEBALL<br />

1956<br />

San Diego Stat's bas boll rs w r in<br />

second place in th California Call giot<br />

Athletic Association as th<br />

D I Sud w nt<br />

California Collegiate Athletic Association Standings<br />

to press. The Aztecs had a 4·2 mark to<br />

Team<br />

W<br />

L<br />

Pet.<br />

trail Fresno State by one game.<br />

Fresno State ' . .. 5<br />

San Diego State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 5<br />

Santa Barbara 4<br />

2<br />

3<br />

.833<br />

.714<br />

.571<br />

For the season, Son Diego had a 20·10<br />

record against both service and col-<br />

Cal Poly ' 2<br />

3<br />

.400<br />

legiate teams.<br />

Los Angeles State 0<br />

7<br />

.000<br />

Coach Charles R. Smith had done a fine<br />

job with a team that listed only four<br />

seniors and two<br />

juniors on the 21·man<br />

roster. The team was doing a fine job<br />

of representing the college on the die-<br />

17<br />

17<br />

RESULTS<br />

Naval Station 4<br />

Naval Station 4<br />

* 4 Fresno State College ... 5<br />

* #9 Fresno State College .. 0<br />

mond. The inexperience of most of the<br />

players was overshadowed by the deter-<br />

8<br />

Cal Tech 4<br />

* 8 California Polytechnic . 6<br />

mination<br />

and spirit of the squad.<br />

15<br />

4<br />

20<br />

Pasadena Nazarene 2<br />

Occidental College 5<br />

Marine Recruit Depot 0<br />

6 Nava I Air Station 19<br />

11 Naval Station 4<br />

2 University of Arizona 5<br />

Freshman infielder Tom Rinks was the<br />

leading hitter with a .359 average and<br />

10<br />

Occidental College .<br />

8 University of Arizona.. 5<br />

also led in home runs, runs batted<br />

in<br />

6<br />

11<br />

16<br />

Whittier College 10<br />

Cal Tech 2<br />

Pasadena Nazarene 8<br />

9 Loyola University .... , 3<br />

8 Point Magu Navy<br />

* 18 Los Angeles State 5<br />

and total bases.<br />

Pitchers Dave Cavallin (6-0) and Ken<br />

4<br />

Pepperdine College 6<br />

* 7 Los Angeles State<br />

Bailey (7-21 we r e the winningest<br />

12<br />

3<br />

Stanford University<br />

Stanford University 14<br />

Long Beach State 2<br />

20 Fort Ord Army 12<br />

* 3 Fresno State College .. 4<br />

* 5 Santa Barbara College. 0<br />

moundsmen on the stoff with Noel Mickelsen<br />

and John Early also coming<br />

2<br />

Pepperdine College . . .. 7<br />

*CCAA Games<br />

through with some good games.<br />

4<br />

Naval Training Center .. 12<br />

#Won<br />

by forfeit<br />

75


Adec varsity, Itont row from left: Manager Steve Meyer, George Cunningham, Jerry Smith, Jim Beasley, Dick Pomeroy,<br />

Btil Row, Clyd Thomas, Dick Warren, Butch Marlian,i, Tom Rinks, Jim Bryant, manager Fred Nelson. Tap row, from left:<br />

Co ch Chari s R. Srmth, Charles Weover, Dave Cavallin, Jim Pyles, John Early, Noel Mickelsen, Norm Bowser, Ken Bailey,<br />

Cov Horvey, Lorry Roberts, Tony Roe, Gory Andruos.<br />

Jerry Smith tokes a throw from pitcher Ken Bailey as Aztecs attempt<br />

to pick off Stanford runner.<br />

Outfielder jim Beasley used his speed to<br />

good advantage in the outfield and retained<br />

a varsity berth for three seasons.<br />

Used primarily as a utility player, Beasley<br />

was best as a defensive insurance<br />

in late innings.<br />

Infielder Dick Warren proved the mainstay<br />

of the team this season, being the<br />

only returning infielder from last year.<br />

Warren, used at second, shortstop and<br />

third base in 1955, stayed mostly at the<br />

latter position this season.<br />

Four seniors concluded their careers<br />

for the team this season.<br />

Pitcher Noel Mickelsen, a twotime<br />

California Collegiate Athletic<br />

Association<br />

first team nomination,<br />

completed his eligibility<br />

with eight varsity letters, four in<br />

baseball<br />

and four in basketball.<br />

Centerfielder<br />

Dick Pomeroy also<br />

earned four baseball letters in<br />

his career.<br />

Pomeroy was team<br />

captain and batted over .300<br />

most of the season.<br />

In addition<br />

he was one of the finest outfielders,<br />

defensively, ever to<br />

perform<br />

for the Aztecs.<br />

Infielder Dick W d<br />

orren oes a quick patch [ob<br />

second bose. after bein'g spiked at<br />

Dick Pomer hi<br />

oy I~S a long one against Stanford University.<br />

Infielder Tom Rinks gets congratulations from Dick Pomeroy<br />

after hitting a home run against Pasadena Nazarene. 77


Sophomore Gary Andruos and<br />

freshman Tom Rinks added<br />

power at second base and<br />

shortstop respectively and both<br />

looked to be improving for future<br />

greatness.<br />

In the outfield, leftfielder Clyde<br />

Thomas provided most of the<br />

tea m 's power. for the second<br />

season. Only a sophomore,<br />

Thomas' has probably more potential<br />

power than any other<br />

player.<br />

Another sophomore, Bill Row,<br />

proved to be the surprise of the<br />

season. After laying out of<br />

school for two years, Row joined<br />

the varsity and was the leading<br />

hitter most of the time. He<br />

batted in the cleanup position.<br />

Larry Roberts scrambles back to firsf bose as Cal Tech pickoff try<br />

is late.<br />

Pepperdine. infield trying to find ball as Jerry Smith crosses first base<br />

The Aztec team was primarily<br />

composed of first and second<br />

year men, making the outlook<br />

for the next two or three years<br />

a bit on the rosy side. Junior<br />

Doug Harvey and sophomore<br />

Jim Bryant handled the catching<br />

duties and improved greatly as<br />

the season<br />

progressed.<br />

In the infield the first baseman,<br />

Butch Madiani was a sophomore<br />

and Jerry Smith was a<br />

freshman. Both are lefthanded<br />

"JI<br />

'/<br />

·f<br />

,<br />

.;' il<br />

i<br />

and capable of hitting the long<br />

ball,. trading off that position<br />

most of the games.<br />

78<br />

A collision about to take place as<br />

meet Santa Barbara in~iefder.<br />

Dave Cavallinl I<br />

owers s<br />

h<br />

ou<br />

I<br />

der to<br />

Butch Mar/iani beats Stanford runner to first base as Noel Mickelsen comes up<br />

to aid on the play.<br />

79


•<br />

Th pitching staff will mis<br />

..-<br />

Mickels n but Coach Smith has<br />

thr oth r m n who could<br />

prove h Ipful next y or. Sopham<br />

or Dav Cavallin used hi<br />

"junk" pitch s to pil up an im·<br />

Gary Andruos gets a hold of one during the Cal<br />

Tech game.<br />

pressive record. He made his<br />

finest performance in his !WO<br />

Pepperell(l fIrst baseman epplles tog as outfielder Jim Beasley is<br />

pick d /')ff f,r~1 bas.<br />

year varsity career when he defeated<br />

the University of Arizona,<br />

8-5. Ccvcllin's win over the<br />

Wildcats was that team's first<br />

loss to a collegiate squad in 31<br />

games. Another sophomore,<br />

In early season play, the team won<br />

14 of its first 23 games, looking<br />

good in some games and showing<br />

redhead<br />

Ken Bailey, also won his<br />

second letter. Bailey was the<br />

lack of experience<br />

in others.<br />

workhorse of the staff most of<br />

Row, Rinks, and Mar.liani supplied<br />

most of the hits in those games.<br />

Against strong Stanford University,<br />

Row collected a homerun, triple and<br />

double in pacing San Diego to an<br />

upset 12-3 win over the Indians.<br />

Speaking of hitting, including the<br />

game of April 14, an Aztec baseball<br />

team had scored at least one run in<br />

66 consecutive games and had been<br />

shut out only once in the last 109<br />

cernes. Games after April 14 were<br />

the season and the big righthander<br />

showed plenty of irnprovement<br />

with his newly developed<br />

screwball.<br />

Righthander John Early, up from<br />

last season's freshman team,<br />

was used as an alternate starter<br />

and relief pitcher. With not too<br />

much experience behind him,<br />

unavailable<br />

for <strong>Del</strong> Sud coverage.<br />

Early showed<br />

he has the deter-<br />

J<br />

1<br />

Clyde Thomas slides into third base with a long triple.<br />

mination<br />

in the future.<br />

to be used as a starter<br />

Follow through of above picture finds Andruos moving into third base with Q triple.<br />

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MINOR SPORTS<br />

CROSS<br />

COUNTRY<br />

CCAA STANDINGS<br />

San Diego State College 27 points<br />

Fresno State College 38 points<br />

Santa Barbara College 78 points<br />

Los Angeles State College 98 points<br />

Left to right, front row: Hollis Barber and Coach Choc Sportsman,. Second row:<br />

Don Foster, Bill Gallaher, Dick Parker, Dave Sucec, Darrell Sager, Jim Suverkrubbe,<br />

Jim Battenfield.<br />

CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS<br />

University of Southern California 21,<br />

University of California at Los Angeles<br />

42, San Diego State College 79, Los Angeles<br />

State College 126, Westmont College<br />

138.<br />

San Diego State College 27, San Diego<br />

Track and Field Association 31.<br />

San Diego Track and Field Association<br />

26, San Diego State College 31, San<br />

Diego State junior varsity 71.<br />

San Diego State College 16, Los Angeles<br />

State College 39.<br />

UCLA 40, Occidental College 46, Camp<br />

Pendeton 86, San Diego State College<br />

139.<br />

San Diego State College's cross country squad won an unprecedented<br />

fifth straight California Collegiate Athletic Association<br />

championship this season with an easy win over the league's<br />

three other entrants.<br />

The Aztecs scored 27 points (low score wins) to 38 for runnerup<br />

Fresno State. Santa Barbara's fine runner, Gordon McClenathon,<br />

won the race but San Diego finished second, third, fifth,<br />

sixth and eleventh.<br />

It was a surprisingly easy win for San Diego, the Aztecs expected<br />

strong competition from every team entered. However, coach<br />

Choc Sportsman's runners had too many strong individual entries<br />

University of Arizona 41, Camp Pendleton<br />

48, San Diego State College 66.<br />

and<br />

the Aztecs won the title in a breeze.


I<br />

Camp Pendleton also provid d<br />

some tough comp tition for th<br />

San Diegans, taking th plcc of<br />

once powerful Naval Training<br />

Center.<br />

Out of the local or 0, th University<br />

of Southern California cs<br />

. Q A K<br />

Bill Gookin receives trophy from Homecoming ueen . .<br />

Jones after he captured first place in football halftime race.<br />

usuol had a powerful squad.<br />

The Aztecs, USC and UCLA w r<br />

probably the three top teams on<br />

Dick Pork t, Dorrell Sager, Dove Sucec and Bill Gallaher<br />

wor out In preparation for CCAA meet.<br />

the West<br />

Coast.<br />

On the outlook for next season,<br />

CROSS<br />

COUNTRY<br />

all men should be returning with<br />

the exception of Weir and Suverkrubbe,<br />

both called into the<br />

service.<br />

Freshman Gallaher, who set a<br />

I I<br />

Freshman Bill Gallaher finished second<br />

I<br />

behind McClenathon with Aztec Hollis<br />

Barber a surprise third. Barber hadn't<br />

been expected to place so well and his<br />

strong finish undoubtedly was the clinching<br />

factor in the San Diego win.<br />

Don Foster placed fifth, a step ahead of<br />

Dave Sucec, while freshman Darrell<br />

Sager was in eleventh position.<br />

As usual, San Diego didn't have to<br />

travel too for to meet strong com petition<br />

this season. The San Diego Track<br />

and Field Association, composed of former<br />

Aztec athletes for the most part,<br />

turned up some fine runners and split in<br />

two meetings with the Staters. In a dual<br />

meet, the Staters slipped by with a<br />

31 -27 victory, but the Association came<br />

back the following week to win the first<br />

annual American Legion Invitational<br />

with 26 points to SDSC's 31.<br />

In addition to the finishers in the CCAA<br />

meet, the Aztecs also got points from<br />

Jim Suverkrubbe, Jim Weir, Dick Parker,<br />

and Jim Battenfield. Parker and Battenfield<br />

competed with the junior varsity<br />

squad along with Bill Jennings and Mike<br />

Muirhead.<br />

frosh mile record during track<br />

season, should anchor next secson's<br />

team with plenty of assistance<br />

from spunky Barber,<br />

Sucec and Sager. In addition,<br />

the members of the junior varsity<br />

squad should step up to vorsity<br />

positions to give Sportsman another<br />

strong league entront.<br />

With construction work taking<br />

the former layout, the Aztecs<br />

moved to the new Morley Field<br />

site in Balboa Park to hold their<br />

meets and the 2.8 mile course<br />

was ideal for getting in shape<br />

for the all-league championships.<br />

84<br />

Mike Muirhead paces Aztec runners.<br />

Freshmo· B'II team member this season and<br />

n I Gallaher, top SDSC cross country<br />

second ploce finisher in the all league meet.<br />

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STATISTICS<br />

SDSC 22, Los Angeles City Col·<br />

I 9 101, Los Angeles State 21<br />

SDSC 47 %, Occidental<br />

SDSC 31, Volley Junior<br />

421J2<br />

College<br />

49<br />

SDSC 48, Eost Los Angeles<br />

Junior College 33<br />

SDSC 60, Col Poly 39<br />

SDSC 53, Occidental 46<br />

The Aztec gymnasts completed one of<br />

their finest seasons this year by winning<br />

four of five dual meets. The only loss<br />

in dual competition was to Valley Junior<br />

College.<br />

The close of the season marked the end<br />

of the SDSC gymnastics career of Charlie<br />

Mcintire. Senior Mcintire was a fouryear<br />

letterman, team captain, and led<br />

the team in scoring in three of the five<br />

dual meets and in a triangular meet<br />

with Los Angeles City College and Los<br />

Forbes Anderson completes his<br />

City<br />

College.<br />

rope climbing performance agoinst Los Angeles<br />

Gilbert Hatter performs on the horse in a meet with Los Angeles City<br />

College in Aztec Gym.<br />

Angeles State. Mcintire excelled in the<br />

parallel bars, long horse, tumbling and<br />

GYMNASTICS<br />

all-around.<br />

A promising newcomer this season was<br />

Bud Mahanay, who progressed rapidly<br />

enough to become the high scorer in the<br />

last two meets of the season against<br />

Cal Poly and Occidental. Mahanay competed<br />

on the flying rings, still rings, free<br />

exercise, all-around, parallel bars and<br />

horizonta I ba r.<br />

Other point getters were Mike Rosenberger,<br />

Gary Albright, Dale Muchmore,<br />

Gil Hatter, Gus Eulitz, and Don Brown.<br />

In addition to the dual competition,<br />

Coach Fred Kasch arranged several halftime<br />

exhibitions at Aztec basketball<br />

games that proved both entertaining<br />

and explanatory for fans. The exhibitions<br />

and success were also due in part<br />

to Stan Levin, SDSC student who has<br />

performed professionally. Levin served<br />

as an assistant coach and also per-<br />

86 Senior Charlie Mcintire, four-yeor letterman and t<br />

nostics team completed his h' op performer on the SDSC gym.<br />

, ca reer t IS season.<br />

formed<br />

at the exhibitions.<br />

the result of assistance from profes-<br />

, ss this seoson wos<br />

Much of the team s succe exhibition performances.<br />

L· Levin also gove many<br />

sional Stan ev.n.<br />

87


Varsity wrestlers, left to right, bottom row: Jim Bodenhamer, Pete Moran, Jim Slemmons, Felix Sameniego, Handy Horiye, Bob Merada. Top row:<br />

Art Branchini, Darrell Musick, Andy Castiglione, Forbes Anderson, Tom Bucknell, Arnum Ambrose, Dave Sewell.<br />

VARSITY WRESTLING<br />

I . f r a takedown.<br />

Darrell Musick keeps a tight hold on his opponent whi e trying 0<br />

RESULTS<br />

27 San Diego Naval Training Center 5<br />

17 San Diego Keylock Club 13<br />

11 Camp Pendleton Marines , 17<br />

31 California Polytechnic .. , . . . 2<br />

29 Stanford University 3<br />

31 San Francisco State College , 3<br />

33 San Q uentin. P' nso n . 5<br />

9 Camp Pendleton Marines 17<br />

21 EI Camino Junior College 15<br />

Pacific Coast Championships - 5th place<br />

One of the finest wrestling<br />

squads ever to represent San<br />

Diego State was the boast of the<br />

1956 Aztec grapplers. The team<br />

won the California Collegiate<br />

Association championship, seven<br />

of nine dual meets, placed fifth<br />

in the Pacific Coast Championship<br />

Tournament, and sent three<br />

men to the National Collegiate<br />

championships at Stillwater,<br />

Okla.<br />

Coach Harry Broadbent's matmen<br />

took the CCAA title with<br />

a 31-2 revenge win over Cal<br />

Poly, capturing seven matches<br />

and earning a draw in the<br />

eighth. Cal Poly had defeated<br />

the Aztecs in 1955 for the CCAA<br />

championship.<br />

San Diego's only two dual losses<br />

were to Camp Pendleton, once<br />

by six points and again by<br />

eight points. Wins came over<br />

Naval Training Center, Keylock<br />

Club, Cal Poly, Stanford University,<br />

San Francisco State, San<br />

Quentin Prison and EI Camino<br />

SD<br />

27<br />

17<br />

11<br />

31<br />

29<br />

31<br />

33<br />

9<br />

31<br />

Opp.<br />

Naval Training Center. . . .. 5<br />

Keylock Club 13<br />

Camp Pendleton 17<br />

California Polytechnic. . . .. 2<br />

Stanford University<br />

3<br />

San Francisco State<br />

3<br />

San Quentin Prison<br />

5<br />

Camp Pendleton " 17<br />

EI Camino Junior College. .. 5<br />

Junior College.<br />

In the Pacific Coast tourney at<br />

San Luis Obispo, 130-pound<br />

sophomore Jim Bodenhamer and<br />

147 -pound senior Forbes Anderson<br />

took individual titles while<br />

157 -pound senior Andy Castiglione<br />

captured a third place.<br />

Anderson and Castiglione were<br />

team co-captains. Their success<br />

earned the trio a trip to the National<br />

Championships but they<br />

failed to place in that tournament.<br />

88<br />

Jim Crockett tries to hold NTC's<br />

Gym match. Phil Kenyon from an escape in on Aztec A . IT' ing Center.<br />

ct,on in a dual meet against Nava ro sn<br />

89


,,"Ali,<br />

,~<br />

Jim Wyatt returns a shot oqo.inst Camp Pendleton Marines.<br />

Left to right, standing: Coach Frank Scott, Ron Redman, Bob Ott, Dick Meyer, Don Rowcliffa<br />

Kneeling: Fred Mahavier, Marv Braddock, Jerry Davee.<br />

TENNIS<br />

---- Louie<br />

Lab returns a backhand shot<br />

against Los Angeles State.<br />

A powerful Aztec golf team was leading<br />

the Southern Ca Iiforn ia Golf Conference<br />

with a perfect 6-0 record as the <strong>Del</strong> Sud<br />

went to press. San Diego was competing<br />

in a league with Loyola, Long Beach<br />

GOLF<br />

Under the guidance of coach George<br />

Ziegenfuss, SDSC had a tennis team<br />

that competed on an intercollegiate<br />

level for the first time in many years<br />

State, Los Angeles State and University<br />

this<br />

season.<br />

of California at Riverside.<br />

Through the first four matches of the<br />

Coach Frank Scott's team was led by<br />

Marv Braddock, Don Neal, Bob Ott, Don<br />

Rowcliffe, Ron Redman, Jerry Davee,<br />

Dick Meyer and Fred Mahavier.<br />

•<br />

Non-league matches were held with<br />

UCLA, USC, San Jose, Fresno, and San<br />

Francisco State.<br />

.<br />

year, the squad was undefeated,<br />

holding two wins over Camp Pendleton<br />

and two wins over Los Angeles<br />

State College.<br />

Top players on the squad were Jay<br />

Turner, Jim Wyatt, George Vlahos,<br />

Maurice Altschuler, Louie Lab, Dick<br />

Standings: W L<br />

San Diego State ..... 6 0<br />

Long Beach State ..... 3 3<br />

PF PA<br />

248 77<br />

169 155<br />

Graham and Dick Knox.<br />

Loyola University '" .2 2<br />

Los Angeles State '" .2 4<br />

96 121<br />

132 192<br />

The Aztec bench between matches of the Los Angeles State meet.<br />

Univ. Cal. at Riverside. 1 5<br />

111 213<br />

90<br />

Don Rowcliffe, Coach Scott Ron R d<br />

Marv Braddock expl' h'<br />

am t e<br />

I' e man and<br />

re of the ball.<br />

Bob Ott watching<br />

91


AFROTC<br />

DEBATE . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 94<br />

DRAMA 96<br />

HALF TI'M~' . . . . . . . . . . .. 98<br />

MUSIC .. . 100<br />

...<br />

PUBLICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . 104<br />

GOVERNMENT. . . . . . . . . . . 108<br />

. . . . . .. 118<br />

FEATURES


The Cod t Drill Team won second in the<br />

Southern California drill competition in<br />

Los Angeles ... The Annual Military Ball<br />

was held in the EI Cortez Hotel, and was<br />

prec ded by a dinner at the Marine Officers'<br />

Club ... Twelve senior students<br />

were commissioned at the formal parade<br />

and review at mid-year ... Two<br />

initiation banquets were held for new<br />

members of the Arnold Air Society at<br />

local officers' club ... Two new organizations<br />

were formed in the Corps, one<br />

was the Sabers, an organization for<br />

lower division men, and the second was<br />

the Angels' flight, a group of the campus<br />

women who were elected to membership<br />

The EI Cortez Ballroom was the setting for the<br />

ROTC Military Ball; Saturday, March 10 ...<br />

Arnold Air members and dates enjoyed themselves<br />

at a pre-dance dinner at the Marine Corps<br />

Officers' Club ... Pi Phi Olivia Rosa was<br />

crowned Queen of the annual event, and chosen<br />

to lead Angel's Flight for the ensuing year ...<br />

Charter members of this honorary group are<br />

Carole Baldauf, Barbara Blee, Donna Carey,<br />

Claire Dugan, Frances Gibson, Mary Lou Heiken,<br />

Simone Lambiotte, Diana Myrick, Carol Norman,<br />

Patsy O'Bannon, Frances Roush, Dorothy Scully,<br />

by the entire corps. The Angels under-<br />

Joni Williams,<br />

and Janet Wilson.<br />

take projects on the campus. The year<br />

ended with a water skiing party on Mission<br />

Bay.<br />

AFROTC<br />

Honorary Cadet Colonel OLIVIA R06A<br />

One aspect of military<br />

training.<br />

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I .<br />

In recent years, a constant source of<br />

pride and distinction to San Diego<br />

State College has been our outstanding<br />

debate team. This year proved<br />

to be no exception. SDSC's orators<br />

were victorious in all the events that<br />

they participated in. Tony McPeak<br />

Dr. John Ackley and Dr. Robert Benjamin<br />

and Ada Picaizen were chosen to<br />

participate in the West Point Invitational<br />

Speech Tournament, making<br />

them unofficia lIy the Southwest's top<br />

debating team. SDSC participated in<br />

such important tournaments as the<br />

Upper division debaters-First row, left to right: Lee Granell, Ada Picaizen, Mary Ward, Mabel Brown, Tony McPeak. Second row: Elynor<br />

Moskowitz, Dorothy Scully, Don Stevenson, Jim Hutchens. Third row: Dr. R. L. Benjamin, Wally Miller, Dr. John Ackley, Bill Denton.<br />

Lower division debaters-First row, left to right: Guy Peto, Jim Hutchens, Stan Skinner. Second row: Bill Denton, Robert Presher. Third row:<br />

Bob Sedlock, Vince Vint, Robert Neil, John Twelker.<br />

Pepperdine College Debate Tournament.<br />

In this contest Miss Picaizen<br />

and Mr. McPeak were the only undefeated<br />

team in the West Point<br />

division. They received a total of<br />

sixteen out of eighteen ballots. Eight<br />

members of the team journeyed to<br />

Pasadena College for the Pasadena<br />

Nazarene Speech Tournament, while<br />

Ada Picaizen and Tony McPeak debated<br />

with two stu den t s from<br />

Sweden and Denmark on the problem<br />

of a guaranteed annual wage<br />

for the non-agricultural industries of<br />

With the fall came the Western Speech Association<br />

the United States. The teams were<br />

Tourney at Pacific Lutheran College, Tacoma, Wash-<br />

coached under the able directions of<br />

ington. From this event, our ten representatives<br />

Dr. John Ackley and Dr. Robert Ben-<br />

brought home the top sweepstakes trophy with a<br />

jamin. The High School Speech Tour-<br />

thirty point margin over U.S.c., our nearest rival.<br />

:I<br />

nament a semi-annual event held<br />

J<br />

each semester, this year drew record<br />

Among the top debaters this year were Lee Granell,<br />

Jim Hutchens, Robert Neil, Richard Castro, Dorothy<br />

If<br />

Tony McPeak and Ada Picoizen discussing the West Point<br />

Tournament.<br />

participation from the local area,<br />

and was judged the finest to date.<br />

Scully, Elynor Moskowitz, Mary Ward, Stan Skinner,<br />

Robert Pres her, and Harry Steinmetz, Jr.<br />

96<br />

DEBATE<br />

Outstanding debaters-First row, left to right: Elynor Moskowitz, Ada<br />

Picaizen, Mary Ward, Stan Skinner. Second row: Robert Pres her, Lee<br />

Granell. Harry Steinmetz.<br />

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HIPPO~YTUS<br />

First production of the season ... A<br />

2,500 year old tragedy by Euripides<br />

... Was given October 21, 29, and<br />

November 3, 4, and 5. Cast included<br />

Donald Reierson in the title<br />

role, with Ann Farrar as Phaedra<br />

and Tom Lasswell as Theseus ...<br />

Director was William J. Adams, assistant<br />

professor of Speech Arts, set<br />

designed by Don Powell, assistant<br />

professor of Speech Arts ... Costumes<br />

were those used in the movie<br />

"Sampson and <strong>Del</strong>ilah" ... Play<br />

concerns Hippolytus who swears an<br />

oath of chastity, which angers the<br />

goddess Aphrodite, who seeks retribution<br />

by forcing his step-mother to<br />

fall in love with him,<br />

Eighteenth annual One Act Play Festival was presented by the Aztec Theatre<br />

I.MAGINARY INVALID<br />

This play was the last work of Molliere<br />

and is a satirical comedy on<br />

the medical profession of the 17th<br />

Century ... It was directed by<br />

Hunton D. Sellman, chairman of the<br />

Speech Arts Department. Technical<br />

director was Don Powell, assistant<br />

professor of Speech Arts. Lead<br />

roles of Argan and Toinette were<br />

taken by Jack Lueken and Eleanor<br />

Layton ... Play had its successful<br />

run December 2,3,8,9, 10.<br />

Guild January 13 and 14 ... three plays presented ... "Long Voyage Home,"<br />

by Eugene O'Neill, concerned the tragic attempts of some Swedish sailors to<br />

reach home. Starred Devi Powell, Marilyn Skinner, Don Reierson, Bill Hudson,<br />

Duane Anderson, Morgan Lane, and Jerry Topley. Directed by Larry Lents ...<br />

"The Anniversary," by Chekov, a farce about the 25th anniversary of Russian<br />

banks. Players were Stan Moore, Leah Grigsby, Jerry Topley, and Milt Woodruff.<br />

Ed Gould, director ... "Aria Da Capo," by Edna St. Vincent Millay, a symbolistic<br />

study with humorous overtones of the futility of war. Actors were Joan<br />

Nicholson, Dale Muchmore, Ed Hickok, Joe White, John Smith. Fred Fishman,<br />

director.<br />

DRAMA<br />

98<br />

Don Powell T h 'r I D'<br />

' ec ruco rrector, and Hunton D, Sellman, Director<br />

o f Tac Theater.


ALF TIME<br />

YELL LEADERS<br />

Sherry Barratt<br />

Don Clark<br />

Connie Grader<br />

SONG LEADERS<br />

Jack Stump<br />

100<br />

Judy Brett<br />

Ron Quast<br />

101


FLAGTWIRLERS<br />

CAROLYN FOOTE ELEANOR LAYTON<br />

J<br />

•<br />

MAJORETTES<br />

Standing, left to right: Janet H II J .<br />

-<br />

, a , ern Berg<br />

KneeI ong, left to right, Barb' .<br />

, oro Richard, June Keith


MUSIC<br />

SYMPHONY<br />

ORCHESTRA<br />

\<br />

r:<br />

NORMAN ROST, Director<br />

r.l ~<br />

•<br />

t<br />

AZTEC MARCHING BAND<br />

SYMPHONY BAND<br />

-<br />


TREBLE CLEF<br />

Men's and Women's Glee Clubs presented two formal concerts together on campus this year ... Barbara Salmon was president<br />

of Treble Clef ... Margie Tripp accompanied ... Dean F. Smith directed ... Dave Evans was president of Men's<br />

Glee, Joseph Foss accompanied, Miss Christine Springton directed ... Both groups attended the Pacific Southwest Inter-<br />

Collegiate Glee Club Festival at U.c.L.A. in April, and appeared for various clubs and organizations.<br />

MIXED CHORUS<br />

. e s on cam us this year ... participated in Western College<br />

The Mixed Chorus, directed by J. Dayton Smith, held two conc rt b Id P invit d I cal high school choirs to rehearsals<br />

. . . h . TV h ith Dr Theo a .. , InVI e 0<br />

Association Convention ... gave C ristmcs . . s ow w '. . h . t The Brass Choir, directed by<br />

Id librori d Katherine FIS er occornporus ...<br />

Relene Keller was president, Nancy 0 s, I rcnon, an " . h Id t B Iboa Park appeared in the Chamber<br />

Mr. Mervin" Snider participated . . . h II it Thanksgiving service e a a ...<br />

In tea -cornrnuru y . h h I<br />

' . d citals held dunng t e sc 00<br />

Music Concert held in November, and contnbuted to concerts an re<br />

year.<br />

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MENS' GLEE<br />

BRASS CHOIR<br />

107


DEL LINAM<br />

News Editor THANE MciNTOSH<br />

Photography Editor<br />

Dr. Arthur<br />

ADVISOR<br />

Wimer<br />

Dick Walk<br />

EDITOR<br />

r<br />

AZTEC - FALL<br />

Dick Walker ably guided the publication of the Fall Aztec<br />

II t ff ., for the first<br />

composed of one of the sma est s a s<br />

time in many years the paper was a<br />

money-maker ... a<br />

"slight" run-in with Senator Kraft in regards to academic<br />

freedom was one<br />

of the big issues of the semester ... the<br />

1<br />

paper, published once<br />

the school's history,<br />

a week was one of the biggest in<br />

Jim McVicar<br />

SPORTS EDITOR<br />

108<br />

First row, left to right: Jim Haas, Ron Miller, Gory Coleman, Bud Mahanoy. Second row: Dione Garrett, Bob Finn, Jeanne<br />

Schluter, Danah Colby, Barbaro Wolter, Jim McVicar, Gabe DeNunzio. Third W I<br />

Mathers, Sam Stone, Cliff Evans, Cliff Smith.<br />

row: a ter Long, Tom Chapma~, Jerry<br />

Mary Ferguson<br />

ADVERTISING MANAGER<br />

Bob Schagane<br />

NEWS EDITOR<br />

Sandy Keyes<br />

SOCIETY EDITOR


Gabe<br />

DeNunzio<br />

Left to right: Jim Haas, Ed Rosenthal B b B b<br />

,0 ox erger.<br />

ARTHUR WIMER, Advisor<br />

DIANE GARRETT, Editor<br />

AZTEC - SPRING<br />

AZTEC SPRING<br />

Diane Garrett was selected by the Publications Board to edit the<br />

spring issues .. , She was also elected president of the Press<br />

Club, .. Miss Garrett guided an Aztec that was published once<br />

a week and boasted a circulation of 4,500, the largest in school<br />

history, . , The Aztec received an exceptionally large amount of<br />

advertising, , . Its hard hitting editorials pushed the campaign<br />

for the Universal A.S, Card, while the "Letters to the Editor"<br />

brought forth many interesting and enlightening comments ...<br />

Due to the fine journalism curriculum at SDSC, 14 journalism<br />

majors now hold professronol positions on San Diego newspapers.<br />

:<br />

1<br />

1<br />

•<br />

~<br />

First row, left to right: Silvia Pakaln, Danah Colby<br />

Woolsey, Ronald Miller, Walt lang, William Re,"d ,Second row: Don Coleman,<br />

' Clive leonard, B d<br />

u Mahon<br />

110<br />

ey,<br />

Bob Finn, Jam'le<br />

Bryson, Third row: Charles<br />

SANDRA KEYES, Society Editor<br />

JIM McVICAR, News Editor MARY FERGUSON 111<br />

Advertising Manager


JEAN SWIGGETT<br />

Art Advisor<br />

JONI WILLIAMS<br />

Executive Editor<br />

Assistant Editors, ERIC SMITH, Photography; PATRICIA GRAHAM-ROGERS, Art; DICK CALDERHEAD, Layout.<br />

Not pictured, RAY PRECOURT, Photography, semester on,e.<br />

DR. DE WAYNE JOHNSON<br />

Journalism Advisor<br />

DEL SUDOESTE<br />

The 1956 <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste saw many changes this year. It was the first<br />

State College yearbook to be printed in offset lithography by an<br />

out-of-town printer, and also reached a record total of 312 pages.<br />

mRZRTlAn<br />

The Editor and staff wish to extend their heartfelt thanks to the staff<br />

of the Yearbook House, Monrovia, for their patience and expert<br />

advice during the long and tedious months of preparation. We would<br />

also like to thank the S. K. Smith Co. for the covers, and the many<br />

students and members of the faculty who lent a helping hand.<br />

GALEN KNOX, Copy Editor<br />

MARK NICKELL, Features<br />

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MAGGIE OLSEN<br />

Society Editor<br />

CONNIE CORNELIUS<br />

Organizations Editor<br />

SAM STONE<br />

Index Editor<br />

JOANNE BARNES and MARY KAY NICHOLSON<br />

Sorority<br />

Editors<br />

HENRY WAKEFIELD<br />

Photographer<br />

ED BOHANON and FRANK FAXON<br />

Government Editors<br />

MONA<br />

Senior<br />

RENICK<br />

Editor<br />

Left to right, standing: Frank Werbisky, Phil Kaplan, Sam Stone, John Riley, Ed Danner, Mike Eiland. Seated: Dana Cecil,<br />

Elaine Czarnecky, Pat Murphy, Darlene Bregante. 115


ALUMNI QUARTERLY<br />

DIRECTORY<br />

The Alumni Quarterly is sent to all active alumni<br />

members . the latest news on graduates and<br />

activities of alum organizations are featured<br />

... Grant Neilson served the dual role of<br />

alumni pre sid e n t and Quarterly editor.<br />

alum office on campus was directed by Charles<br />

E. Peterson.<br />

Edited and published by Alpha Phi Omega, National<br />

Service Fraternity ... editor was Ed Saleeby, advertising<br />

manager Mary Ferguson, and cover artist Norm Gaskins<br />

... this annual project of the fraternity is considered<br />

the greatest single help to the social life of State<br />

College students ... contains the names, addresses,<br />

phone numbers and college year of each student ...<br />

also contains information on faculty and officers of the<br />

various campus organizations.<br />

GRANT<br />

Alumni<br />

NEILSON<br />

President<br />

AZTEC ENGINEER<br />

ED SALEEBY<br />

Editor<br />

Purpose of the Aztec Engineer is to promote<br />

interest among students in engineering and the<br />

physical sciences .... Lawrence Wherry and<br />

END ZONE<br />

Richard Dudley were first and second semester<br />

presidents, respectively ... published four times<br />

during the school year by the students in the<br />

engineering and physical science departments<br />

GABE<br />

Editor<br />

DE NUNZIO<br />

The End Zone is the official SDSC football program sold<br />

at each Aztec home game . . . supported by AS funds<br />

and advertisers, it is edited by Sports Publicity Director<br />

Gabe De Nunzio ... program contains rosters and<br />

... articles written mostly by the students ...<br />

features of latest developments in engineering<br />

explanations of principles for all students<br />

magazine also highly regarded by downtown<br />

firms.<br />

pictures of SDSC and opposing players and pictures and<br />

stories of the various coaches ... features and pictures<br />

of the campus and announcements of other octivities<br />

are also highlights of the program . for the<br />

second consecutive season, the program was enlarged<br />

to provide more features for the entertainment of Aztec<br />

Bowl<br />

fans.<br />

116<br />

l f<br />

Wherry.<br />

e t to right, first row: Richard Dudley, Sandra Keyes, lawrence<br />

Second row: William<br />

. .<br />

Evans, Lee Pulsipher. Third row: Ruth V.<br />

Ruth, Molly<br />

.<br />

C<br />

opp, Nick<br />

.<br />

Rounthwaite. Fourth row: Don Evey, l. F. Jones, Euge<br />

ne Auguslin.<br />

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" ... This has surely been an outstanding group"<br />

was the tribute of President Bob House ... The<br />

A. S. COUNCIL<br />

Council worked hard to extend the influence and<br />

good name of San Diego State College and also<br />

towards the acceptance of the Universal A.S.<br />

Card ... Sponsored the Frosh Reception held<br />

at Caribbean Room of the EI Cortez, for A.S. card<br />

holders ... Strived to maintain Scripps Cottage.<br />

DEAN ERWINE<br />

Vice President<br />

Ba~k row, left to right: Dean Erwine, Julius Campbell, Mary Ward, Harvey Goodfriend, Pat Carone, Bill Denton, Harry<br />

Steinmetz, Jr., Gail Farrar, Bob Anaya.<br />

Front row, left to right: Bob House, Joan Kilpatrick, Carol Roth, Buddy Rogers, Jean Satterlee, Waft Fisher.<br />

BOB<br />

President<br />

HOUSE<br />

J<br />

}<br />

ASSOCIATED<br />

STUDENTS<br />

JEAN<br />

Secretary<br />

SATTERLEE<br />

118<br />

HARVEY<br />

Treasurer<br />

GOODFRIEND<br />

119


A.W.S. officers and board members offer special<br />

activities for all campus co-eds One of the<br />

activities sponsored was the Big and Little<br />

Sister program ... Carry the Books Day had the<br />

Bermuda-clad members tired out after a day's<br />

hard work ... members also visited the patients<br />

at County Hospital as part of their service<br />

program ... card sharks had a field day at the<br />

annual Bridge Tournament while the various<br />

campus organizations were competing in the<br />

Spring Sing ... Frosh Fete gave entering frosh<br />

an idea of SDSC fashions ... banquet held at<br />

end of Fall and Spring semesters to honor the<br />

outstanding women students on campus .<br />

sponsored concert in the music auditorium.<br />

ANN<br />

President<br />

PETERSON<br />

But really, it won't hurt.<br />

ASSOCIATED<br />

WOMEN STUDENTS<br />

120<br />

Clockwise, from top: Ann Peterson B b<br />

Virginio Rosewaine, Ann Rienstra N' or ara Steely, Sandra Stewart,<br />

Gudmanson, Pat Nicholls B b' or~~ leppert, Stephanie Hunt, Sara<br />

Williams, Relene Keller 'B ~r ara S<br />

rott, Brenda Heiman, Carolyn<br />

Cook, Marian Donaldso~ S~I;ya~a t amSPhson, Sharron Sedlacek, Cindy<br />

, en er, orilyn McSwan.<br />

Sharilyn McSwan<br />

Vice President<br />

Sandy Stewart<br />

Ann Rienstra<br />

Secretary Treasurer<br />

121


JULIUS CAMPBELL<br />

President<br />

AMS consists of all male students on campus ...<br />

sponsored barbershop quartet competition again<br />

this year, Winners were Alpha Chi Omega in the<br />

women's division and Pi Kappa Alpha in the men's<br />

division, , , organized SDSC Letterman's Club. , ,<br />

Dads' Day Dinner April 17th Man of the Year<br />

and basketball awards held fashion show for<br />

"the latest in men's styles."<br />

/ \<br />

I \<br />

ASSOCIATED<br />

MEN STUDENTS<br />

left to right, Top Row: Julius Campbell, Lee Browning B b AI<br />

,0 Iman Darald S ith J'<br />

Bottom Row: Reed Richardson, Phil Kaplan Jerry S h II B'II' rm , irn Rohlf, Robert Linn,<br />

, c u Z, I Wolsh, Alan Close,<br />

122<br />

123


OLE<br />

KITTLESON<br />

President<br />

DIANA<br />

Vice<br />

MYRICK<br />

President<br />

SENIORS<br />

SOPHOMORES<br />

Left, Alan Mishne, President<br />

Right, Sharon Fisher, Vice President<br />

CLASS<br />

OFFICERS<br />

Left, Beverly Foster, Secretary<br />

Right, Barbara Pinkham, Treasurer<br />

DOROTHY SCULLY<br />

Secretary<br />

NANCY OLDS<br />

Treasurer<br />

DAVE<br />

DENNIS<br />

Vice<br />

DE VOL<br />

President<br />

OTSUKA<br />

President<br />

JUNIORS<br />

FRESHMEN<br />

Left, Don Foster,<br />

President<br />

Right, Bill Richardson, Vice President<br />

SANDY<br />

BURNS<br />

Secretary<br />

Left, Karen<br />

Rose, Secretary<br />

"<br />

Right, Marilyn Skinner Treasurer<br />

-<br />

DAVE<br />

BROWNING<br />

Treasurer


STUDENT<br />

FACULTY<br />

COMMITTEES<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

left to right, standing: Frank Langdon, Robert Linn, Dean<br />

Erwine. Seated: Dean Marjorie Brookshire, A. K. Jones,<br />

Stephanie Hunt.<br />

LECTURES AND<br />

ASSEMBLIES<br />

left to right, first row: Nancy Wright, Potty Carone, Janet<br />

Wilson. Second row: James L. Julian, Mervin S. Snider.<br />

ATHLETICS<br />

left to right, standing: Bob Anaya, Dr. Vincent Harris, Dickie<br />

PUBLICATIONS<br />

Thomas, Dr. William Terry, Dr. John Spangler. Kneeling: Dean<br />

Erwine, Dean Herbert Peiffer, Bob House.<br />

Left to right, first row: Arthur C. Wimer, James L. Julian,<br />

DeWayne Johnson, Dickie Thomas, Bill Walsh. Second row:<br />

Herbert Peiffer, Harvey Goodfriend, Bob House, Cliff Smith.<br />

FINANCE<br />

left too right: Robert Linn, Buddy Rogers, Dean Marjorie Brook-<br />

STUDENT<br />

HOUSING<br />

I<br />

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shire, Dean Herbert Peiffer, Willard Trask, Mrs. Alice Harvey,<br />

Philip Kukuruza, John Hoey, Walt Fisher.<br />

left to right, first row: Alan Mishne, Harvey Goodfriend,<br />

Dickie Thomas. Second row: Herbert Peiffer, Bob House.<br />

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SORORITIES 130<br />

FRATERNITIES 155<br />

FRATERNITY FAVORITES. . . . . 188<br />

ORGANIZATIONS 200<br />

WHO'S WHO. . . . . . . . . . . . 208<br />

FELLOWSHIP


AXQ<br />

az<br />

PANHELLENIC<br />

COUNCIL<br />

r4>B<br />

lune<br />

Edwards<br />

Suzanne<br />

Penland<br />

Marianne Grillo Joyce O'Connor<br />

Mary Ann Taylor<br />

Mary<br />

Ward<br />

Panhellenic consists of delegates from eleven national sorori-<br />

KA@<br />

Mary Alice Dorntge<br />

Frances Gibson<br />

ties and one local associate group ... most important<br />

functions are to standardize and govern rushing and to show<br />

Sharon<br />

Jackson<br />

Kay<br />

McClaren<br />

women students the advantages of sorority life ... moved<br />

into new joint office with IFC this year ... sponsored Book<br />

Drive for students in India ... worked for mutual cooperation<br />

of the Greeks.<br />

A <br />

Barbara<br />

Wolter<br />

Jody<br />

Wulbern<br />

Barbara<br />

Picklesimer<br />

President<br />

Nylene<br />

Stickney<br />

Muriel<br />

Valenta<br />

nB<br />

Martha<br />

Anderson<br />

Norma<br />

File<br />

Jeannine<br />

Cartier<br />

Sharon<br />

Fisher<br />

XQ<br />

l:K<br />

130<br />

Jeanette<br />

Crouch<br />

Dona<br />

Larson<br />

DEAN MARJORIE BROOKSHIRE<br />

Advisor<br />

Left to ';ght: Jonnie Long. Jean Anderson, Sandy Burns, Lois<br />

Loahr , Georgia Jackson, Diane Jangaard.<br />

Shirle<br />

Gray<br />

Barbara<br />

Pinkham<br />

~<br />

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ALPHA CHI OMEGA<br />

..... A<br />

Jean Anderson Shirley Bamford Dee Barlow Jody Barlow Beverly Katie Boland<br />

Name of Local: Sigma<br />

Pi Theta<br />

Went National: November 18, 1950<br />

Date Loco I Founded: 1924<br />

National Chapter: Gamma Nu<br />

Margie Calvin Patty Carone Sally Chisholm Mickey Collier Connie Cornelius June Edwards<br />

Nationa I Founded: 1885<br />

De Pauw University,<br />

Indiana<br />

Location: Flamingo Room, House of Hospitality<br />

Mari Iyn Engberg Beverly Ferguson Heidi Gompertz Helen Gould Carol Gudmanson<br />

1I~~~~_~~~_-,--~--~~-----~-~~--------~AIPha Chi sponsored the Easter Seal Drive in March ... Prorni-<br />

II nent AI pha Chi' s were, A K. Jones, Homecom ing Queen; Dee<br />

Barlow, Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts; Lo Wayne Kay was<br />

Panhellenic secretary; Patty Carone was Junior Representative to<br />

AS. Council; Relene Keller was Spring Sing Program Chairman,<br />

President of Aztec Concert choir, and Vice President of SAl.<br />

Eilene Lagle was AW.S. Decorations Chairman. Bev Foster was<br />

Senior Class Secretary; Connie Cornelius was Organizations Editor<br />

and Maggie Olsen was Society Editor of <strong>Del</strong> Sud. Marilyn<br />

Engberg was Secretary of <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon. Anne Farrar had<br />

the lead in the play, "Hippolytus". Anne also won first place<br />

upper division Women's Interpretive Reading at U.C.L.A. ' . '<br />

Social events of the year included Founders Day Banquet,<br />

"Golden Lyre Ball," Christmas Formal, Initiation Banquet. , '<br />

Dorothy O'Laughlin, Ann Murray and Elaine Tucker were BBB<br />

Queen Co ndidates.<br />

Sandy Harrison Darlene Hill Helen. Hoffmon Sheila Holloway Sharlyn Johnson<br />

Margie<br />

Jones<br />

Diane Lackman Leah La Dou Eileen Logie Diane Morgan<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Suzanne<br />

Penland<br />

Gloria<br />

Oldfield<br />

President<br />

Relene Keller<br />

Carol Gudmunson<br />

First Vice President<br />

Patty Carone Barbara Pinnell<br />

Second Vice President<br />

Ann<br />

Murray<br />

Dorothy O'Laughlin Gloria H, Oldfield Joan Olson, Maggie Olsen<br />

ALPHA CHI OMEGA<br />

Lo Wayne Kay Patty Carone<br />

Secretary<br />

Margie Calvin Betty Towner<br />

Treasurer<br />

132<br />

Hey! Don't pinch!<br />

Suzanne Penland Lynn Phipps<br />

Barbara Pinnell Pat Thompson Elaine Tucker<br />

133


ALPHA GAMMA DELTA<br />

Sylvia Ahlstrom Jacquelyn Beck Joselvn Beck Isobel Bruen<br />

Patricia<br />

Casidy<br />

Name of Local: Gamma Phi Zeta<br />

Date Local Founded: 1924<br />

Went National: October 1, 1904<br />

National Chapter: <strong>Del</strong>ta Eta<br />

Martha Cook Diane Dewey Donna De Dickson Marilou Ditmars Mary Alice Dorntge<br />

Nationa I Founded: 1904<br />

Syracuse University, New York<br />

Location:<br />

Room 11, House of Hospitality<br />

Janice Gerber Frances Gibson Connie Hall<br />

Jane<br />

Hatchett<br />

Cynthia<br />

Hempy<br />

Prominent Alpha Gam's Donna Dee Dixon and Lavern Zowada<br />

were in Cap and Gown, Sandy Keyes was Managing Editor of<br />

Aztec Engineer; Francis Gibson was president of Alpha Lambda<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta; Mary Alice Dorntge and Donna Dee Dixon were in Alpha<br />

~appa <strong>Del</strong>ta~ honorary Sociolology Fraternity; Nancy Moore was<br />

finalist for Sigma Pi Orchid Ball Queen; Lee Payne was on the<br />

Lectures and Assemblies Committee; Nancy Moore was in Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi and <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon ... Xolotl claimed Mary Lou<br />

Ditmars and Jane Wilson ... Social Events included Christmas<br />

Formal held at the White Sands and Mother's Day Breakfast.<br />

Audrey Houldcroft Sona Haveman<br />

Carol Karns Sandra Keyes<br />

Lois Markham<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Mary Alice Dorntge Jo Ann Maus<br />

Jo Ann<br />

Maus<br />

Frances Mettlach Nancy Moore Sandre Pavitt<br />

Lee Payne<br />

ALPHA GAMMA DELTA<br />

President<br />

Karen Rose Frances Gibson<br />

1st Vice<br />

President<br />

Mary Lou Ditmars Tressie Sever<br />

2nd Vice President<br />

Judy Woods Mary Lou Ditmars<br />

Jean Perrotti Sondra Perry Carol Peters Ruth Phillippi Karen Rose Frances Roush Tressie Sever<br />

Secretary<br />

Jane Wilson<br />

Norma Tobiason<br />

Treasurer<br />

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"I have six aces ... "<br />

Norma<br />

Tobiason<br />

Carol Tschogl Jacquelyn. Tschogl Jeannine Ulrich<br />

Joan Weining Jane Wilson Lavern Zowada<br />

135


ALPHA PHI<br />

Sha ron Anderson Olga Angus Lorraine Becker Solly Benter Beverly Butler Cynthia Cook<br />

Name of Local: Phi Kappa Gamma<br />

Date Local Founded: 1924<br />

Went National: October 1, 1949<br />

Jane Crawford Ruth Darrah Claire Dugan Kay Estey Nancy Folsom Barbaro Goen<br />

National Chapter: Gamma Alpha<br />

National Founded: 1872<br />

Syracuse University, New York<br />

Location:<br />

Room 1, House of Hospitality<br />

Janice Havach Hollis Johnson Pat Johnson Sue Laird Loris Lone Jereth Long<br />

Alpha Phi's Homecoming float built with Kappa Sigs won first<br />

in mixed division ... Cap and Gown claimed Barbara Walter<br />

and Sharilyn McSwan ... Ann Peterson was in Who's Who;<br />

Joni Williams was Editor of <strong>Del</strong> Sud and an outstanding student<br />

... Social events included Christmas Formal ... Steak and<br />

Beans Dinner ... Benefit Fashion Show February 25 ... Ann<br />

Peterson was Sigma Pi Orchid Girl. Pat Murphy was princess<br />

for Sig Ep Queen of Hearts.<br />

Jonnie Long Mary Lou McClain Sharon McDade Martha McKinley McSwan Gayle Meador<br />

ALPHA PHI<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Barbara Walter Jody Wilbern<br />

President<br />

Beverly Butler Olga Angus<br />

Pat Murphy Ann Peterson<br />

Marsha' Peterson Mary Louise Ross Joan Saliba Barbara Sowers<br />

1st Vice<br />

President<br />

Sharilyn McSwan Joan Saliba<br />

2nd Vice President<br />

Jane Crawford Sally Benter<br />

Secretary<br />

Gail Holden Sandy Smith<br />

Treasurer<br />

Sha rron Sedlacek Sandra Smith<br />

Lynn Tinker Diane Thrailkill Gloria Ulrich Karen Vanderkarr<br />

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SPRING PLEDGES, First row left. .<br />

trainer} M . S ,to rIght: Phyllis Scharr, Olga Angus (pledge<br />

, argle ones Second B bbi<br />

Sally Hayes. . row: a I Patrick, Ruth Nagel, Sheila Boehm,<br />

Wanda Waldron Eleanor Watson Jon; Williams Barbara Wolter<br />

Barbara Willett Wulbern<br />

137


ALPHA XI DELTA<br />

Martha Anderson Lynn Baumbaugh<br />

Caroline Carr Barbara Culling Jeanne Daillard<br />

Name of Local: <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi Pi<br />

Date Local Founded: 1923<br />

Went National: January 15, 1949<br />

Nadene<br />

Feiler<br />

Joyce Fibiger Norma File Marlene Franck Elizabeth Grammer<br />

National Chapter: Gamma Alpha<br />

National Founded: 1893<br />

Lombard College, Illinois<br />

Location: Room 17, House of Hospitality<br />

Susie Haverkamp<br />

Miriam Leonard Pauline Mansfield Pat McDavitt Patricia McWilliams<br />

ALPHA XI DELTA<br />

~~~LL..2\~~~~~~M_~~"'~-~~--------""""""""""""'~A:IPha Xi's Norma File was awarded the May Finney Marcy<br />

Scholarship Award; she was on Cap and Gown and Phi Mu<br />

Epsilon ... Ann Rienstra, Sandy Stewart and Janice Sears were<br />

on the A.W.S. Board ... Cetza claimed Ann Rienstra and Jeanne<br />

Dailard ... Nadene Feiler was in Sigma Alpha Iota ... Social<br />

events included Candy Cane Waltz ... Green Day, at which time<br />

actives exchange places with pledges Week-end at Borrego<br />

between semesters ... Car wash Spring closed-bid Rose<br />

Ball Formal.<br />

Moren<br />

Moser<br />

Judy Nelson Marilyn Peters Margie Petz<br />

Charlotte Potter<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Martha Anderson Ann Rientstra<br />

President<br />

Jean<br />

Pratt<br />

Ann Rienstra<br />

Susanne Ryan<br />

Norma File Sandy Stewart<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Jeanne Dailard Barbara Richards<br />

Secretary<br />

Ann Rientstra Pat McWilliams<br />

Treasurer<br />

138<br />

Sandy Stewart<br />

Margaret<br />

Thiery<br />

Lynne Williamson<br />

139


CHI OMEGA<br />

Betty Ann Augustus<br />

Judy Brett Jeanette Crouch Nancy Dearth<br />

Martha Edwards<br />

Name<br />

of Local: Shen Yo<br />

Date Loca I Founded: 1921<br />

Went National: November 17,1950<br />

National Chapter: Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

National Founded: 1895<br />

University of Arkansas, Arkansas<br />

Barbaro Elliott Gwen Evans Gail Farrar Janice Fox Janet Hall<br />

CHI OMEGA<br />

Location:<br />

Room 9, House of Hospitality<br />

Ann Jennings<br />

Chi a's Homecoming float Won best design and construction<br />

... Held closed-bid Christmas Formal ... Judy Brett was<br />

head song leader ... Janet Hall was a majorette ... Nancy<br />

aids Was crowned Sweetheart of Sigma Chi ... Dona Larson<br />

was attendant for Homecoming Queen ... Nancy Dearth was<br />

Kappa Sigma BBB candidate ... Joanne Barnes and Mary Kay<br />

Nicholson were sorority editors of <strong>Del</strong> Sud.<br />

Bette Johnson<br />

Buddie Leib<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Dona McDougall Stephanie Hunt<br />

Yvonne Leveque Ann Merriman Elynor Moskowitz Pat Nicholls Carol Norman Lois Ohre Nancy aids<br />

President<br />

Yvonne Leveque Elaine Siervogel<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Ann Merriman Judy Parslow<br />

Secretary<br />

Joyce Wheaton Joyce Wheaton<br />

Suzanne Pugh<br />

Pat O'Neill Judy Parslow Liz Peterson Alice Preibisius<br />

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

Carol Roth<br />

Helen Sartorius<br />

Treasurer<br />

140<br />

Jean SatterIee Sandra Sebby Elaine Siervogel Pat Weber<br />

Joyce Wheaton<br />

Barbara Winzell<br />

141


o LTA ZETA<br />

Barbaro Bence Marilyn Boles Luan Boynton Marcia Carmichael<br />

DELTA ZET<br />

Name of Local: Alpha Sigma Chi<br />

Date Local Founded: 1939<br />

Went National: November 1, 1949<br />

National Chapter: Gamma Omicron<br />

National Founded: 1902<br />

Miami, University, Ohio<br />

Marilyn Clark Dorothy Cox Elina Donna Joyce Darnell<br />

Location:<br />

Room 10, House of Hospitality<br />

Patricio Graham-Rogers Morianne Grillo<br />

Traditional activities included open house during elections. Senior<br />

Luncheon, "Mistletoe Magic" Christmas Formal ... Prominent memmers<br />

on campus included Joyce O'Connor, A.W.S. Treasurer; Barbara<br />

Picklesimer, Panhellenic President; Norma Leppert, A.W.S. Scripps<br />

Cottage Chairman ... <strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta float won second in the Sorority<br />

Division of Homecoming Parade ... Mary Geyer and Rosario<br />

Petrone were in Cetza ... DZ's won first place in inter-sorority<br />

basketball ... Patricia Graham-Rogers was assistant editor of <strong>Del</strong><br />

Sud.<br />

Hendricks Donna Isaak Georgia Jackson Charlene Lamp<br />

Fall<br />

Joyce O'Connor<br />

President<br />

Marianne<br />

Spring<br />

Grillo<br />

Norma Leppert Sharon McNeill Barbaro Norris Corinne O'Connor Joyce O'Connor<br />

Marianne Grillo Marilyn Clark<br />

1st Vice President<br />

Marilyn Teyssier Joyce Darnell<br />

2nd Vice President<br />

Sherina Hegland Donna Isaak<br />

Secretary<br />

Donna Isaak ..... " Connie O'Connor<br />

Treasurer<br />

Betty Lou Perkins Rosa rio Petrone<br />

Prince Beverly Skinner<br />

142<br />

Suzan Snow Elaine Sommermeyer Connie<br />

. Thompson<br />

Wilma Thurston<br />

Carol Whelan<br />

"Up in the air ... "<br />

143


MMA PHI BETA<br />

~<br />

Elsie Bledsoe<br />

Name of Local: Kappa Theta<br />

Went National: October 15, 1949<br />

National Chapter: Beta Lambda<br />

Date Local Founded: 1924<br />

National Founded: 1874<br />

Syracuse University, New York<br />

Location: 5066 College Avenue<br />

Outstanding Gamma Phi's were Joan Kilpatrick, Lower Division<br />

Representative and President of Public Relations Club; Jackie<br />

Cathcart was in Cap and Gown and Who's Who; Mary Ward<br />

was Upper Division Representative, President of Political Science<br />

Club and Secretary of Pi Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta; Molly Capp was business<br />

manager of Aztec Engineer and treasurer of A.S.C.E.; Pat Curtis<br />

secretary of W.R.A.; Elsie Bledsoe was vice president and Nickie<br />

Downham was secretary of the Aztec Ski Club . . . Gamma<br />

Phi-ATO Homecoming float won best portrayal of theme ...<br />

Highlighting their social season was the "Winter Waltz" .. '<br />

Sylvia Campbell White was chosen Fall Blue Book Ball Queen<br />

... Olympic Fund Drive held in February. Officer "Darling Dan"<br />

was crowned Miss Olympic.<br />

Mary<br />

Lou Heiken<br />

Fall<br />

Jackie<br />

Cathcart<br />

Jean<br />

Spring<br />

DuPaul<br />

Dee Jenkins Nancy Johnson Carolyn Jones<br />

Mimi<br />

Jones<br />

-.,,...-----,1<br />

~<br />

Joan. Kilpatrick Kathy Lanphier Frances Liljegren<br />

President<br />

Pat Curtis .... '" '" . Pat Curtis<br />

1st Vice President<br />

Mimi Jones Pat Minor<br />

2nd Vice President<br />

Dee Jenkins Mary Ann Taylor<br />

Secretary<br />

Jody Martin Carol Minor Pat Minor<br />

~ ~ , Pu h Bonnie Rogers<br />

B bbie Perot! Mardyn g<br />

P",o'""GAMMA PHI BETA<br />

Lois Hebner<br />

Lois Hebner<br />

Treasurer<br />

Mary Ann Taylor<br />

Mary Ward<br />

Gamma Phi's "Miss Olympic" Fund Drive 145 7<br />

Pat Shoen Beverly Sn.ow Lovie Stokes<br />

~~


KAPPA ALPHA THETA<br />

Barbara Barnes Sherry Barratt Sondra Beachler Barbara Blee Janet Bosch Fronc s Brown<br />

Name<br />

of Local: Chi Theta<br />

'.' '.' '.' ..<br />

'.'<br />

'..<br />

..' '.' '.'<br />

Date Local Founded: 1929<br />

Went National: January 27,1951<br />

National Chapter: Gamma Sigma<br />

National Founded: 1870<br />

Indiana Asbury University, Indiana<br />

Donna Carey Carol Cotton Jackie Covington Sue Dowdy Jean Elliott Conni Grod r<br />

Location:<br />

Room 7, House of Hospitality<br />

r<br />

Doreen<br />

Greaves<br />

Barbara<br />

Grenfell<br />

Muriel Grenfell Cynthia Harris<br />

Sharon Jackson<br />

Simone Lambiotle<br />

Finalists for Sweetheart of Sigma Chi were Dorothy Scully and<br />

Sharon Jackson. Connie Grader and Sherry Barratt were songleaders<br />

Barba R" h d' .<br />

. . . ra IC ar was a majorette ... Lois Farr was In<br />

Cap and Gown· Cetz I' d Conru<br />

BBB '. a c a/me cnrue Grader, and Beverly Moore;<br />

Queen Candidates were Simone Lambiotte Barbara Grenfell<br />

and C I C '<br />

aro otton. Joan Nicholson was in Theatre Guild she also<br />

had a major role in "H' It" '<br />

S . ippo y us and the one-act play festival ...<br />

ocic] events included Formal Dance held December 23. Pledge<br />

Halloween Party with S' Chi '<br />

P' K I Igma I; Thanksgiving dance held with<br />

I appa Alpha; Group joined Kappa Sigs at Christmas with party<br />

f<br />

or underprivileged children.<br />

Elaine<br />

Lindrus<br />

Carole Linthicum Karen MacKenzie<br />

Beverly Moore<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Jody Murphy Joan Nicholson<br />

Donna<br />

Parker<br />

Harriet Paularena Marilyn Phillips<br />

KAPPA ALPHA THETA<br />

Kay McClaren<br />

Sharon Jackson<br />

President<br />

Carol Skinner Beverly Moore<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Barbara Richard , Sally Haas<br />

Secretary Barbara Richard Virginia Rosewaine<br />

Sue Rave Sond ra Reeves Maureen Reilly<br />

Donna Carey Donna Parker<br />

Treasurer<br />

146<br />

Sprin,g Pledge<br />

Dorothy Scully Carol Skinner<br />

M 'Iyn Westhoff Barbara Wiggins<br />

Pauline Stamatopou 1os<br />

an<br />

Joyce Woodard<br />

147


A<br />

PA DELTA<br />

~<br />

Diane<br />

Ackerman<br />

~<br />

Donna Barrett Ruth Bohe<br />

Patty Boyle Jackie Braunsdorf Karolyn D. Malmln<br />

Name of Local: Epsilon Pi Theta<br />

Date Local Founded: 1931<br />

Went National: May 29, 1949<br />

National Chapter: Beta Rho<br />

National Founded: 1897<br />

Virginia State Normal College, Virginia<br />

Location; 6181 Montezuma Road<br />

Dovey<br />

~~<br />

Kathy Graham Sally Harris Muriel Huskey Donna Johnson<br />

~<br />

Elaine Johnson Charline<br />

Ann<br />

Lewis<br />

Helen Likins Janet Luckenbach Pat MacFarlan<br />

KD' M'/ .<br />

s an yn Skinner was Junior class treasurer she was also<br />

in Skull and Dagger and Theatre Guild; Francis Burns was on the<br />

A.W.S. Board; Ann Lewis was attendant for Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

Queen of Hearts; Cetza claimed Joan Wold, and Nancy Nelson<br />

... Social events of the year included Benefit Bridge held in<br />

CLS Auditorium; Christmas Formal held at Mission Valley<br />

Country Club, Muscular Dystrophy Drive.<br />

Elaine Marsden McDonald Shirley McDow<br />

Yvonne Mollison<br />

KAPPA<br />

DELTA<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Muriel Valenta Janet Luckenbach<br />

s<br />

President<br />

Janet Luckenbach Helen Likins<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Elaine Johnson Elaine Johnson<br />

Secretary<br />

Marilyn Skinner " Lynn Arkley<br />

Carol<br />

Seewald<br />

L. Stickney Beverly Stringer<br />

Connie Tash<br />

Treasurer<br />

148<br />

"Go on with the wedding."<br />

Jennie Turner Muriel D. Valenta<br />

Gail<br />

Vetter<br />

149


PI BETA PHI<br />

Carol Anderson Donna Baxter Marianne Benjamin Gerrie Berkman Annette Bernasky Johanna Billings Barbaro Brown Sondra Burns<br />

Name of Local: Phi Sigma<br />

Nu<br />

Date Local Founded: 1925<br />

Went National: September 1, 1949<br />

National Chapter: California Epsilon<br />

Jeannine Cartier Peggy Cassell Joyce Chadwick Sue Copeland Barbaro F. Condon Beverlee Deem Coral Donohue<br />

National Founded: 1867<br />

Monmouth College, Illinois<br />

Location: 6123 Montezuma Road<br />

Mary Jo Dougherty Evelyn Dowd Lindo Folk Sharon Fisher Mary Lee Foley Mary Ganger Betty Jean Harmon<br />

PI BETA PHI<br />

Pi Phi's held a mum sale to raise funds for student union<br />

Homecoming float with Sigma Chi won second in Mixed Division.<br />

Prominent Pi Phi's on campus were Sharon Fisher, treasurer<br />

of Cap and Gown and Senior vice president. Diane Myrick<br />

was Sophomore vice president and Sandy Burns was Freshmen<br />

Class secretary; Marianne Benjamin was president of W.R.A.;<br />

Paula Thom?~ was president of Cetza and lynn Rirhords was<br />

~.W.s. Publicity Chairman ... BBB Queen Candidates were<br />

indc Falk, Betty Harmon and Barbara Condon ... Homecoming<br />

Queen .Candidates were, Sharon Fisher, and Johanna Billings<br />

'.' . Linda Falk, Janet Wilson, Johanna Billings and Sharon<br />

Fisher were on the Homecoming Committee ... Sharon Fisher<br />

w~s Secretary of Xolot!. Social Activities included Pledge surpnse<br />

breakfast and Open house with KDs.<br />

Brenda Heiman Pot Hoover Eleanor Hunt Barbaro Kelly Tanya Magee Judy McCurdy Georgia McFadden<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Sharon Fisher '" ... Johanna Billings<br />

Judi McFadden Angela<br />

Diona Myrick Alice O'Neal Elizabeth Parsons Sheila Patterson Jackie Paul<br />

McNeece-......-._-~-<br />

President<br />

Barbara Kelly Sue Penners<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Donna Baxter Patti Hoover<br />

Secretary<br />

Marianne Benjamin. Marianne Benjamin<br />

Sue Penners<br />

Marilyn<br />

Peterson<br />

Lynn Richards<br />

Olivia<br />

Rosa<br />

Connie Rueger Judy Slater Marilyn Stead<br />

Treasurer<br />

150<br />

"Let's kiss beneath the mistletoe!"<br />

Paulo Thomas JoAnn Tracy Doreen Van D· me<br />

Carolyn Voris<br />

Nancy<br />

Worner<br />

Janet Wilson Nancy Wright Jean Zinck<br />

151


SIGMA KAPPA<br />

Peggy Bennett Carolyn<br />

Name of Local: Tau Zeta Rho<br />

Date Local Founded: 1924<br />

Went National: February 18, 1950<br />

National Chapter: Beta Psi<br />

National Founded: 1874<br />

Colby College, Maine<br />

Location: 6187 1 /2 Montezuma Road<br />

Jon Clapp Judith Clausen<br />

SIGMA KAPPA<br />

Shirle Gray<br />

Alyce Gray - ...r-------,<br />

Barbara Salmon was vice president of Panhellenic, president<br />

of Treble Clef, and secretary of Sigma Alpha Iota. Barbara<br />

Pinkham was treasurer of senior class ... Social events included,<br />

annual spring dance, annual "Jingle Bell Ball", and the<br />

mountain party ... Sigma Kappa's were awarded Alpha Gamma<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Sportsmanship award ... Rounding out the social<br />

calendar were the Senior Breakfast, Dad-Daughter Dinner,<br />

Founders Day Celebration, and the scholarship dinner.<br />

Patricia<br />

Hutchinson<br />

Thelma<br />

Johnston<br />

Joan<br />

Juelson<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Barbara Pinkham. " Barbara Pinkham<br />

President<br />

Rosemarie<br />

Knudson<br />

Joanne<br />

Mann<br />

Barbara Salmon ..... Barbara Salmon<br />

1st Vice<br />

President<br />

Claire McClintock .... Claire McClintock<br />

2nd Vice President<br />

Judy<br />

Clausen<br />

Secretary<br />

Judy<br />

Clausen<br />

Barbara<br />

Olson<br />

Julie<br />

Pearson<br />

Barbara<br />

Pinkham<br />

Joan<br />

Juelson<br />

Joan<br />

Juelson<br />

Treasurer<br />

152<br />

Barbara<br />

Salmon<br />

Nancy<br />

Severin<br />

Lavon<br />

Smith<br />

153<br />

Chow in cell block 16.


PI ALPHA LAMBDA<br />

INTER - FRATERNITY<br />

COUNCIL<br />

Founded:.October 12, 1953<br />

San Diego<br />

State College<br />

Location: 3345 31 st Street<br />

At present Pi Lam's are the only local sorority on campus<br />

... Prominent Pi Lam's were: Glenda Pollock, treasurer<br />

of Hillel; Sandra Flax and Reitha Stokes were in C.S.T.A.;<br />

Cetza claimed Judy Smollar and Shirley Samuels ...<br />

Social activities included fall and spring installation of<br />

ALAN<br />

MISHNE<br />

President<br />

officers, Thanksgiving party, New Year's Breakfast and<br />

Valentines<br />

Party.<br />

ROBERT LINN<br />

Advisor<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Maxine<br />

Gerson<br />

Arline<br />

Mihlman<br />

Elaine<br />

Millsberg<br />

Glen.da<br />

Pollock<br />

Reitha Stokes Judith Rose<br />

President<br />

Lillian Slayen Sandra Flax<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Elaine Millsberg Judy Smollar<br />

Secretary<br />

Joy<br />

Rose<br />

Shirley<br />

Samuels<br />

Barbaro<br />

Sanders<br />

Dorothy<br />

Sanders<br />

Barbara Sanders Shirley Samuels<br />

Treasurer<br />

154<br />

lillian<br />

Siayen<br />

Jane<br />

Smith<br />

JUdy<br />

Smollar<br />

Helen Solomon Reitha Stakes<br />

ED GRIMES<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

DA VE CARLSON<br />

Secretary<br />

Treasurer<br />

GARRY BUTTERFIELD<br />

Commissioner of Activities


I. F. C.<br />

ATO<br />

AXA<br />

Ed Bohanan<br />

John<br />

Heldring<br />

Jim Albanese Jack Lewis<br />

The coordination for the activities of the fifteen national fra-<br />

Richard<br />

Duessen<br />

Jerry Loud rmilk<br />

ternities on campus is the purpose of the Inter-Fraternity<br />

Council ... Robert Linn was the advisor and Alan Mishne<br />

was president ... This year IFC inaugurated new bidding<br />

and rushing regulations ... It sponsors the Fraternity AII-<br />

Stars vs. Frosh basketball game for scholarship money<br />

Each year IFC awards four basketball scholarships ... Each<br />

semester the IFC sponsors the traditional pledge chariot races<br />

David<br />

Lydon<br />

Don Wolfe<br />

Don Swift John Vondruska<br />

... The IFC sponsored inter-fraternity sports program ranged<br />

from golf to basketball ... The trophy for highest scholar-<br />

Ronald<br />

Dickie<br />

Jerry<br />

Sullivan<br />

ship, given by the Council, was received by Zeta Beta Tau,<br />

for scholarship improvement, Theta Chi.<br />

KA<br />

nKA<br />

TKl:<br />

Andrew<br />

Castiglione<br />

Verne<br />

Kettler<br />

John Cabral Charles Muse<br />

Phil<br />

Kaplan<br />

Ed Culbert<br />

KAY<br />

Julius<br />

Campbell<br />

David<br />

Evans<br />

Ken Gould Gordon Moore<br />

1:AE<br />

Bob Flournoy<br />

George<br />

Roethel<br />

@x<br />

9<br />

s<br />

II<br />

Kl:<br />

ZBT<br />

Ray Precourt<br />

156 Thomas Whitaker<br />

Jim<br />

Hutchens<br />

Bill<br />

Walsh<br />

Fite Night, annually<br />

sponsored by the IFe.<br />

Bruce Fisher Harvey Goodfriend<br />

157


ALPHA TAU OMEGA<br />

Name of Local: Tau <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi<br />

Date LocaI Founded: 1926<br />

Went National: November 16, 1950<br />

National Chapter: Epsilon Psi<br />

National Founded: September 11, 1865<br />

Virginia Military Institute<br />

Location:<br />

5185 College Avenue<br />

Frank<br />

Davis<br />

Jack Davis Aaron Edmondson Dean Erwine<br />

The ATO-Gamma Phi Float depicting the "Crown of England"<br />

received top honors for best portrayal of theme in the Homecoming<br />

Parade ... Dean Erwine, A.S. Veep, was tapped for Blue Key<br />

... The selection of "Miss Shipwreck" highlighted the "Shipwreck"<br />

dance in the spring semester ... Pledges pitched in again this<br />

year for ATO's traditional "Help Week" ... Annual "Heidelberg"<br />

proved to be a huge success as in the past ... Ed Bohanon and<br />

Frank Faxon were on the <strong>Del</strong> Sud staff as Government editor and<br />

assistant, respectively.<br />

Fall<br />

Bill Evans " .<br />

Spring<br />

Bill Evans<br />

President<br />

Jim Tecker .............. Jim Tecker<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Charles Taylor Charles Taylor<br />

Secretary<br />

Bill Clemens<br />

Bill Clemens<br />

Gordon<br />

Parkman<br />

Ted Schwend Bruce Seratti<br />

ALPHA TAU OMEGA<br />

Treasurer<br />

158<br />

"And on your left is the Disneyland Castle ... "<br />

Gray<br />

Stanard<br />

159


DELTA SIGMA PHI<br />

Name of Local: Alpha Chi<br />

Date Loca I Founded: 1946<br />

Went National: April 12, 1948<br />

National Chapter: Gamma Alpha<br />

National Founded: December 10, 1899<br />

Don Bennett Jim Bodenhamer Tom Bucknell<br />

\<br />

Gerold Breese Alan Clos<br />

City College of New York<br />

Location: 4469 47th Street<br />

James Clouse Bernie Edwards Lorenzo Foncerroda Tam Foreman Dick Fritzer<br />

The <strong>Del</strong>ta Sig version of a "Flying Carpet" brought third<br />

place honors in the fraternity division of the H .<br />

omecomJng<br />

parade ... Les Brown and his Band of Renown p k d<br />

M" B ac e<br />

ISSI~~ . each Ballroom for their annual open-bid "After<br />

Hours November 11 ... The "Big Surprise" came in January<br />

when /ovely Sylvia Campbell White was crowned Belle<br />

of the Blue Book Ball for the fraternity's fifth consecutive<br />

victory ... Members and dates en/'oyed th I<br />

I "S", ". emse ves at the<br />

annua ouors Ball this spring p'<br />

. . '. romJnent members<br />

on campus Included Kay Madsen President f 0 ,<br />

B W· f' '0 ceon, and<br />

ruce err, rrst semester president of Inte -F 'th C .<br />

r al ounc".<br />

Ralph Grascher Gilbert Hatter Bill Hudson Jack Hudson Jay Josselyn<br />

Marvin Kripp Dean Lottman Ernie Little David Lydon, Kay Madsen<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

B~uce D. Wier , Donald L. Wolfe<br />

President<br />

Ed Meech Pete Moran Fleet PoImer Joe Ramsey James Recht Reed Richardsan<br />

DELTA SIGMA PHI<br />

Donald L. Wolfe Bill Brashear<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

David Lydon ,. David Lydon<br />

Secretary<br />

James R. Recht Ward Dennis<br />

Treasurer<br />

Bruce Riggins Bruce Rogers Jim Slemmans<br />

Bernie Stolzoff<br />

Sam Stone<br />

John Svoboda<br />

\<br />

160<br />

Don't feed the animals.<br />

Tom Temple Frank Werbisky AI Weymiller Bruce Wier Dick Winchell<br />

Don Wolfe<br />

161


KAPPA ALPHA<br />

KAPPA ALPHA<br />

PSI<br />

Name of Local: Omega Xi<br />

Date Local Founded: 1926<br />

Went National: October 15, 1950<br />

National Chapter: Gamma Iota<br />

National Founded: December 21,1865<br />

Washington and Lee University<br />

Lexington, Va,<br />

Location: 5706 Hardy Way<br />

Name of Local: Kappa Alpha Psi Colony<br />

Date LocaI Founded: 1951<br />

Went National: May 26, 1951<br />

National Chapter: <strong>Del</strong>ta Epsilon<br />

National Founded: January 5, 1911<br />

Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.<br />

Location: 453 13th Street<br />

Albert<br />

Canizales<br />

Prominent Kappa Alpha Psi's on campus were Julius Campbell,<br />

president of Alpha Phi Omega, A.M.S. president and chairman of<br />

"Who's Who" Committee ... Dave Evans was president of Men's<br />

Glee Club ... Tony Pinkins, outstanding bosketbof player, was<br />

awarded Bob Brady Award ... Social events included New Year's<br />

Eve Dance ... Founders Day Banquet ... Annual open-bid Bal<br />

Caribe, May 7.<br />

Martin<br />

Gaughen<br />

Dean<br />

Givins<br />

Kappa Alphas highlighted the h~li.<br />

days with their active-alumni Christ·<br />

mas formal ... Closed-bid<br />

I<br />

"Final<br />

Fling" drew semester exams to a close<br />

... They again celebrated their se~e~'<br />

. . h "DIxie<br />

sion from the Union with t e<br />

Famous<br />

BaII" second semester . . .<br />

. lude Norm<br />

members on campus me<br />

Nygaard, Blue Key, and Little til<br />

American in football; John Poas,<br />

. D' ki Thomas,<br />

Olympic wrestling; IC Ie<br />

S D S C· Gene<br />

Graduate Manager at . . ' .,<br />

Edwards, football team.<br />

Aaron Banks Julius Campbell<br />

William<br />

Eldridge<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Dave Evans<br />

Dave Evans<br />

President<br />

Julius Campbell<br />

Julius Campbell<br />

Vice President<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Lester Hobson . . . . . . . .. Lester Hobson<br />

John<br />

H. Lamb<br />

President<br />

Gerald Dohms .<br />

John Ealry<br />

Vern Kettler<br />

Dave Evans Lester Hobson<br />

Braxton<br />

Pinkins<br />

Keeper of Records<br />

Norvell Freeman ..... Norvell Freeman<br />

Keeper of the Exchequer<br />

Rod Michel<br />

Vice President<br />

...........<br />

Jim Whelan<br />

162<br />

Jim Whelan<br />

Secretary<br />

... , ....<br />

Treasurer<br />

.. , .<br />

AI Walker<br />

Thomas Pinkins Clyde Thomas<br />

Horace<br />

Williarrls<br />

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KAPPA<br />

SIGMA<br />

Name of Local: Eta Omega<br />

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

Date Local Founded: 1922<br />

Went National: December 9,1947<br />

National Chapter: Epsilon Iota<br />

National Founded: December 10, 1869<br />

University<br />

of Virginia<br />

William Billburg Stan Billers George Blair Marv Braddock Ernie Bream Dahmen Brown Michael Brown Chod Bruck r<br />

Location: 6195 Montezuma Road<br />

Art Butler Robert Cameron Tom Caracciolo Larry Christiansen<br />

<strong>Del</strong>mar Carlson Milton Clow John Culbertson Uldis Dailacis<br />

Kappa Sigs held their annual open bid "Farmer's Frolic" ...<br />

also held annual New Year's Party ... Jerry Mcintire was<br />

vice president of Inter-Fraternity Council, member of Blue Key<br />

and "Who's Who" . - . Chuck Freeburn was leader of SDSC<br />

Marching Band, and president of Phi Mu Alpha, music fraternity<br />

and member of Blue Key. Also in Blue Key were: Marv Braddock<br />

and Jay Wright. - . Oceotl claimed Marvin Braddock, President,<br />

~nd Jay Wright, secretary .. _ Dave Naud, Bob Sedlock,<br />

and Bill Lancaster were Inter-Fraternity Council Bowling and<br />

Badminton champs.<br />

Roger Domen Jim Drevick Doug Engelhorn David Estey Harry Falkinthal Wesley Farmer Bernie Floherty Pete Fleming<br />

KAPPA SIGMA<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Bill Freeman. __ .. _ ..... _Bill Freeman<br />

President<br />

Rex Hammock _ _Harold Powell<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Chuck Freeburn William Freeman Frank Gallucci George Geyer<br />

Norm Foster Ralph Gibson Ted Glavas Lynn Graham<br />

Jim Swan. _ Dick Myer<br />

Secretary<br />

Chuck Atkinson Chuck Atkinson<br />

Treasurer<br />

Jim Wright Jerry Mcintire<br />

Master of Ceremonies<br />

Don Griffiths Jon Ha Ivorsrud Randy Haminan Rex Hammock John Hannon Dan Hardy Gerald Hay<br />

Don Hegerle<br />

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"Hires to yo!"<br />

Phil Heubach George Hill Bob Hirtensteiner Alan Johnson Dale Jones Russ Kanady<br />

Spike Hicks<br />

John Kenaston


LAMBDA CHI ALPHA<br />

David Kenin Wayne King Elvey Knizek David Koenig Don Kravitz larry Kuerbis Bill lancaster<br />

Name of Local: Lambda Chi Alpha Colony<br />

Date Local Founded: 1947<br />

Went National: October 9,1948<br />

National Chapter: Zeta Pi Zeta<br />

Frank Lewis Larry MacDonald Fred Mahavier Norman McAbee Don McClure Jerry Mcintire William McNutt<br />

National Founded: November 2, 1909<br />

Boston University,<br />

Boston, Mass.<br />

Location: 5750 Montezuma Road<br />

Alan Murray David Naud Fred Nelson Ray O'Connell Grant Olson James O'Neal<br />

Lambda Chi Jim Hall was a member of Oceotl, <strong>Del</strong>vers and Los<br />

Buscadores ... Director of intramural sports was Jim Hunt. He also<br />

belonged to Blue Key and Oceotl ... On their social calendar for<br />

KAPPA<br />

SIGMA<br />

Richard Pomeroy Ray Precourt Robert Ryan Frank St. Sure Richard Schag<br />

the year was their Christmas formal, Lambda Chi "Alphatraz,"<br />

and the crowning of their sweetheart at the Cross and Crescent Ball<br />

... Famous Lambda Chi's are popular singer Frankie. Laine and<br />

ex-President Harry S. Truman.<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Marvin E'Golf Zane Frentress<br />

President<br />

J. D. Hunt James Bell<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Zane Frentress Ron Evey<br />

Secretary<br />

David<br />

Tisdale<br />

Ray Waddell Dick Warren Dan Weast<br />

George Hurst Wes Thornton<br />

Treasurer<br />

Paul<br />

West<br />

166 Jay Wright James Wyatt<br />

"Do you feel alone in a crowd?"'


PHI SIGMA KAPPA<br />

Jim Albanese James Bell Kenneth Bitter James Blair Ted Comes<br />

Name of Local: Phi Sigma Kappa Colony<br />

Date Local Founded: 1948<br />

-<br />

Went National: April 23, 1949<br />

\\\1////-<br />

Nationa I Cha pter. Rho Triton<br />

Elvis Chaffin Robert Cheek Bill DeVitt Thomas Eads Morvin E'Golf<br />

National Founded: March 15, 1873<br />

University<br />

of Massachusetts<br />

Charles Ensey Ron Evey Richa rd France Zane Frentress Jerry Griffith<br />

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA<br />

Phi Sig activities for the year included the President Atchison dinner<br />

in December ... The Founder's Day dinner in March The annual<br />

"Tramp Stamp" ... Mountain party at Julian Dinner<br />

Dance held in honor of the pledges ... The Fraternity "Moonlight<br />

Girl" was crowned at their annual formal ... Big moment was<br />

receiving National President's Special Achievement Award.<br />

Arthur McCauiey Richard McMains Robert Montgomery f.. Noel Adkins<br />

Joe Arndt Joseph Ferris<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Daniel H. Morrissey Don Swift<br />

President<br />

Normand Picard , .. Joe Arndt<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Bill Richardson John Vondruska<br />

Fred<br />

Palmer<br />

Norman<br />

Picard<br />

Secretary<br />

Joe Arndt George Straubinger<br />

Treasurer<br />

168<br />

Dennis<br />

Stev~ns<br />

Wesley Thornton William Walcott<br />

William<br />

Richardson<br />

Don Swift John Vandruska<br />

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PI<br />

KAPPA ALPHA<br />

Don Adams<br />

Frank<br />

Asaro<br />

Fred Bojorquez<br />

Boram Jerry Bower Bunky Bowman<br />

Dick<br />

Brown<br />

Name of Local: <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi Beta<br />

Date Local Founded: 1929<br />

Went National: November 27, 1948<br />

National Chapter: <strong>Del</strong>ta Kappa<br />

National Founded: March 1, 1868<br />

University of Virginia<br />

Location: 7811 La Mesa Blvd.<br />

Fred Bruner Doug Brunson<br />

Dove<br />

Buell<br />

John Cabral Dale Conklin Paul Ferneld<br />

PI KAPPA ALPHA<br />

In Homecoming parade PIKA's were awarded first place for<br />

best use of natural flowers and second place Fraternity ...<br />

Social activities this year included PIKA's Annual "Turkey<br />

Trot" held at Mission Beach Ballroom ... Halloween Dance<br />

Autumn Serenade ... Party with Thetas for underprivileged<br />

children. " Ron Quast was cheerleader ...<br />

Don Adams and Don Malloy were Pacific Coast Inter-Collegiafe<br />

sailing champs ... Adams was also co-captain of the<br />

U.S. Inter-Collegiate Sailing Team.. . Grant Nielson was<br />

elected President of S.D.S.C. Alumni Association ... House<br />

Corporation was activated with Alden Fulkerson as Chairman<br />

Lee Granell and Guy Pete were on the Debate<br />

Team Ronny Quast and Francis Linderman were in<br />

Oceotl Dream Girl was crowned at Formal Dance in<br />

May.<br />

Pete Ferrantelli Dick Hallett<br />

Jack Heine<br />

Jock Housenqc Shannon Frank Keebough<br />

Francis Linderman Paul London Tom Macklin<br />

Dove Maddocks Boyd Molloy Larry<br />

Harry<br />

Masters<br />

Larry Matranga Charles Muse<br />

Mark<br />

Nickell<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

President<br />

Doug Brunson<br />

Carr Beebe<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Don Adams , .. Norm Bucholz<br />

Secretary<br />

Bill<br />

Nugent<br />

e<br />

Robert Ogle John Perestrello<br />

AI Pirie<br />

Robert Ramsey<br />

Ed Reed<br />

Frank<br />

Rosenberger<br />

Norm Bucholz Bob Ramsey<br />

Treasurer<br />

Chuck Muse Bill Nugent<br />

In the court of King Arthur??<br />

Gary Soda Clark Siebrand William Stewart James Suverkrubbe<br />

Don Van Sickle Robert Whitebread<br />

Jerry Wright<br />

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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON<br />

Name of Local: Epsilon Eta<br />

Date Local Founded: 1921<br />

Went National: October 9, 1949<br />

Hal Allen Roy Akridge Oliver Askew Richard Bailey Louis Barnes Bruce Barngrov r Rob rt B chi I Rob rt B " ough<br />

SIGMA ALPHA<br />

National Chapter: California Theta<br />

National Founded: March 9, 1856<br />

Tuscaloosa,<br />

Alabama<br />

Location: 7140 Saranac<br />

Bill Benn Phil Bogna James Boyce<br />

Richard Boyle<br />

Bill Brindell<br />

Bob Brooks David Carlson Don Cash<br />

John Castiglione Lewis Chapman Darry Clark Don Clark<br />

Gen.e Ciarke<br />

Jack Connor<br />

Glenn Crosbie<br />

Larry Dahms<br />

This year was the Centennial ot<br />

Sigma Alpha Epsilon ... SAE's float,<br />

"To] Mahal," won Homecomings<br />

sweepstakes ... Prominent SAE's on<br />

campus include A.M.S, secretary<br />

Louis Esposito ,Frank Mendoza,<br />

Larry Davis Earl Durham Lou Esposito Irving Gere Nick Gianulis<br />

Joe D'Heilly Len Duncan<br />

chairman of A.M.S. Barbershop<br />

Quartet. Don Clark and Jack<br />

Stump, cheerleaders ... Dave Carlson<br />

was on the A.S. Council, secretary<br />

of I.F.C., and member of Oceotl<br />

, .. Alan Oldfield composed and arranged<br />

Jazz Concert. , . Eric Smith<br />

Warren Goetze Ken 'Gould Tom Greek Bill Green.lee<br />

was Photography Editor of <strong>Del</strong> Sud<br />

Frank Mendoza, Charlie Jenson<br />

and John Riley were Fraternity Editor<br />

and assistants respectively .. '<br />

Social events included, "Ford<br />

Frolic," "Black and White" Christmas<br />

Formal, and the "Purple and<br />

Kip Hering<br />

James Hilton<br />

James Hinck<br />

Tom Hutchinson<br />

Gold" Spring Formal.<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Patrick Henry. . . . . . . .. President Gene Clarke<br />

172<br />

"Ycu'Il wonder where the yellow went h<br />

, w en you start using Pepsodent."<br />

Ch II S .. Don Clark<br />

ar es cott Vice President .<br />

John Ward Secretary Charles Jensen<br />

Russ Kirk Jack Knapp Richard Kniess<br />

Ole Kittleson William Kluck<br />

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Bill Kluck Treasurer Chris Quartly


SIGMA CHI<br />

J<br />

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON<br />

Manuel Mariscal Ron McConnehea<br />

Frank Mendoza Bob Merada<br />

Name of Local: Phi Lambda Xi<br />

Date Loca I Founded: 1928<br />

Went National: January, 1949<br />

J<br />

National Chapter: <strong>Del</strong>ta Xi<br />

National Founded: June 28, 1855<br />

Miami University: Oxford, Ohio<br />

Location: 5826 Montezuma Road<br />

Ted Millett Robert Mitchell Gordon Moore Michael Murphy Alan Oldfield John Osburn<br />

J<br />

Prominent Sigs on campus were Bill Walsh, A.M.S. Vice President;<br />

Bill Richardson, Junior class vice president ... Bill Denton,<br />

vice president of Pi Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta; Lee Rens, president of Arnold<br />

Air Society ... Tony McPeak, Blue Key and National Intercollegiate<br />

Oratory Champion ... Noel Mickelson, third year varsity<br />

basketball center and all c.c.A.A. ... Jim Sams, third year varsity<br />

basketball all time single scoring record of 36 points per<br />

game ... Social events included "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Ball"<br />

... "Tropical Cruise."<br />

Jerry Schleif Charles Scott Robert Simoneau<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Roger Tremaine Jay Kowal<br />

President<br />

Jay Kowal Jerry Moss<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Dale Barbat Dale Borbat<br />

Secretary<br />

Dale Roehrkasse Stuart Harvey<br />

174<br />

John<br />

Ward<br />

Jim<br />

West<br />

Jack<br />

Whittaker<br />

John Williams Dick Yale<br />

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Tom Agnew Arnum Ambrose Bob Anaya<br />

Joe Arrendondo John Baker Bob Ballance Dale Barbat Hollis Barber<br />

Jerry Moss Gene Myers<br />

Richard Bregante George Brittingham<br />

John Brooks Joe Browder Don Buechler Jim Burnett Eugene Cain<br />

Archie Rambeau Ronald Redman Robert Reifschneider Bill Richardson Phil Riddl Rob rt Roch I au<br />

Gene Carpenter<br />

Jon, Crowley<br />

Jerry<br />

Davee<br />

Lou Dawson John De Blanc George Denhart Bill Denton Duane Deverill<br />

Dale Roehrkasse Vester Sanderson Jerry Schultz Dave Sewell Machael Shanohan Theodore Si c man<br />

Edward Dibb Dan Dierdorff<br />

Fred Dorris<br />

Pete Dressen<br />

Don Freeman Richard Greer Richard Grab<br />

Stan Skinner Tom Snyder Art Sutorus Bernie Svolstad Donald Tadlock<br />

Richard Taylor<br />

John Grogan Ronald Hadley<br />

Bob Hagin<br />

\c<br />

Bob Hanna<br />

Jay Tinning Roger Tremaine Jay Turner<br />

Richard ,Vance<br />

Todd Van<br />

Every<br />

Bill Hoese Dean Hunter<br />

SIGMA CHI<br />

Jim<br />

Hutchens<br />

Ronald Jones<br />

Arthur<br />

Kelly<br />

Bill<br />

Klein<br />

Jay Kowal Peter Lenkey<br />

Vincent Vint Jim Waggener R. D. Walker<br />

Graham Walker Bill Walsh<br />

SIGMA CHI<br />

176<br />

Jerry Lewis David Limbacher Joe Lomax<br />

Jack Lydick<br />

Joe McCoy<br />

Jim McGowan Jim Mcinnis Tony McPeak<br />

Jim Weldon Frank White<br />

Ken Wood<br />

Danny<br />

Dave Young<br />

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SIGMA PHI EPSILON<br />

Name of Local: Sigma<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Epsilon<br />

Lorry<br />

Brown<br />

Bob Callahan<br />

Lester Campbell<br />

Date Local Founded: 1947<br />

Went National: November 14,1951<br />

National Chapter: California <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

National Founded: November 1, 1901<br />

Richmond, Virginia<br />

*<br />

Location: 5712 Hardy Way<br />

Hal<br />

Cota<br />

Richard<br />

Deussen<br />

John<br />

Ditto<br />

Prominent Sig Eps on campus were Chris Scheidel, Treasurer of<br />

I.F.C. ... Oceotl claimed Fred Leonard, Chris Scheidel, Keith<br />

and Ken Polk, Dick Deussen, and Jerry Laudermilk ... The Fraternity<br />

sweetheart was crowned by Eddie Fisher at the annual<br />

"Queen of Hearts Ball" held with U.S.c. and Santa Barbara<br />

Chapters at the Statler Hotel in Los Angeles ... Halloween Party<br />

was held for neighborhood kids ... Won best novelty and first<br />

place for fraternity in Homecoming parade ... Won prize for<br />

best portrayal of theme in pledge chariot races.<br />

Bill<br />

Hartin<br />

Don<br />

Henderson<br />

Alfred<br />

Kottman<br />

Jerry<br />

Loudermilk<br />

SIGMA PHI EPSILON<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Fred Leonard<br />

.................<br />

Dick<br />

Deussen<br />

President<br />

Chris Scheidel S d C b II<br />

. . .. . .. an y amp e<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Ron Morgan<br />

Secretary<br />

Chris<br />

Scheidel<br />

Edward<br />

Laverty<br />

Bob Lebb<br />

Fred Leonard<br />

Dick<br />

Deussen<br />

Bob<br />

Lebb<br />

Treasurer<br />

178<br />

Singer Eddie Fisher crowning Dee Barlow-Queen of Hearts.<br />

Chris Scheidel<br />

Ronald<br />

Smith<br />

Charles<br />

Stewart<br />

179


SIGMA PI<br />

Name of Local: Sigma<br />

Pi Colony<br />

Allen Bates Garry Butterfield Bob Coates Melvin Curry<br />

Ronald<br />

Dickie<br />

Date Local Founded: 1947<br />

Went National: May 18, 1949<br />

National Chapter: Alpha Omega<br />

National Founded: February 19, 1897<br />

Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana<br />

Location:<br />

8455 Lemon, La Mesa<br />

Duane Eberhardt Ludwig Gartner Harry Grow John Halvorsen<br />

David<br />

Hargis<br />

\<br />

Robert House Dale Jaggar Willie Kaufman Darrel Lachel<br />

Frank<br />

Langdon<br />

Prominent Sigma Pi's on campus included Bob House, A.S. President<br />

and member of Blue Key; Howie Pray, vice president of Oceotl;<br />

Gary Butterfield, Commissioner of Activities for I.F.e. Don Myers,<br />

president of American Chemical Society; and Terry Lauritsen, president<br />

of the Society of Automotive Engineers ... The activities of<br />

the chapter included the open-bid "Moonlight Serenade" ... The<br />

closed-bid sweetheart dance "Orchid Ball," was held in January.<br />

Ann Peterson, Alpha Phi, was crowned Sigma Pi "Orchid Girl."<br />

Terry Lawritsen. Gory Letson Gail Marine Fred Marino Wally Stan Moore<br />

SIGMA PI<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Frank<br />

H. Langdon<br />

Frank<br />

H. Langdon<br />

President<br />

Donald Myers Lowell Nash Lawrence Nelson Don Pierce<br />

Harold<br />

Pinney<br />

Duane Eberhardt .... Duane Eberhardt<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Jerry Sullivan Jerry Sullivan<br />

Secretary<br />

John Halvorsen John Halvorsen<br />

Treasurer<br />

Howard Pray George Rosch Don Stevenson. Jerry Sullivan<br />

\-_ .....- .........<br />

180<br />

"I'm sure we must of met someplace!"<br />

Terry Truitt Bill Uden Roy Walls<br />

Mike Wilks<br />

Roy Woodward<br />

181


TAU KAPPA EPSILON<br />

Name of Local: Sigma Lambda<br />

Date Local Founded: 1927<br />

Went National: May 21,1950<br />

National Chapter: Gamma Lambda<br />

National Founded: January 19, 1899<br />

Manuel<br />

Aramendariz<br />

Illinois Wesleyan University<br />

Bloomington,<br />

Illinois<br />

Ed Cawthon Jim Chapman Jim Clark Ed Culbert Jock Dough rty<br />

Location: 4776 Arizona Avenue<br />

Teke's sponsored first open-bid dance of the year, "Lamboogie"<br />

, .. Fraternity sweetheart was crowned at "Carnation Carousel"<br />

closed-bid formal in April, .. Prominent Tekes were, Buddy<br />

Rogers, Homecoming chairman, Oceotl treasurer, and A.S. Council<br />

... Harry Steinmetz, A.S. Council and Debate ... Lee Browning,<br />

Freshman Treasurer . . . Dennis Otuska, Freshman Vice<br />

President ... Noel Smith, rally chairman ... Steve McGavock<br />

Debate and Pi Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta M G d d r<br />

. .. arv u mon son, Treasurer<br />

of Arnold Air Society and Blue Key ... Walt Fisher Blue Key<br />

A.S. Council, Cadet Commander of AFROTC. ' ,<br />

Ted Dickard Jesse Druissi Richard Dudley Gary Ek<br />

Gus Eulitz<br />

TAU KAPPA EPSILON<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Marv Gudmondson Marv Gudmondso n<br />

Phil Kaplan Charles Kiel Dan Koppenhaver Morvin Landon Vern Lauritzen<br />

President<br />

Norm Gaskins Darold Smith<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

AI<br />

Wrenn.<br />

AI Wrenn<br />

Secretary<br />

Jess Driussi ..<br />

Jess Drius si<br />

Dan McGinley Dennis Otsuka George Radeti s Lean Rogers<br />

James Rohlf<br />

Treasurer<br />

182<br />

Just a I-i-t-t-I-e b-i-t to the right .. ,"<br />

Roland Schneider Darrald Smith Don Spear Gail Thompson Allen Wrenn<br />

183


THETA CHI<br />

Charles Andrews Donald Bender Herbert Bickley<br />

Bill<br />

Branch<br />

Edmond Chomb au William Coops<br />

Name of Local: Theta Chi Colony<br />

Date Local Founded: 1947<br />

Went National October 10, 1947<br />

National Chapter: Gamma Theta<br />

National Founded: April 10, 1856<br />

Norwich University, Vermont<br />

Dennis Dilworth Thomas Donahue Dave De Vol<br />

Robert Flournoy<br />

Edward<br />

Fois<br />

Location: 5702 Hardy Way<br />

THETA CHI<br />

Theta Chi became first national fraternity on campus They<br />

were awarded I.F.C. Scholarship Improvement Award Went<br />

western with open-bid "Circle Bar X" dance held in March ...<br />

Among community activities was a Christmas party held for San<br />

Diego Children's Home ... Ed Philbin was treasurer of Arnold<br />

Air Society, Cadet Colonel R.O.T.C.and member of Oceotl ...<br />

Don Prentice was secretary of Oceotl and a member of Radio<br />

and Television Guild ... Tom Hayes was a member of Tau<br />

Sigma Dream girl of Theta Chi crowned at closed-bid spring<br />

formal Dave DeVol was Freshman class President ... Oceotl<br />

claimed Dean Strasser, George Roethel and Charles Redmond.<br />

Bert Hand Thomas Hayes Donald Hultsch Tom Kaiser<br />

Galen Knox Lee Krimm Pete uppman<br />

Jack Masson<br />

Ben Kendrick<br />

Dick<br />

Missman<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Don Prentice<br />

Don Prentice<br />

Charles Moon Larry Nova Glenn Nielsen<br />

John<br />

Owen<br />

Travis<br />

Perry<br />

President<br />

John Owen<br />

John Owen<br />

Vice President<br />

Tom Hayes , .. , .<br />

Tom Hayes<br />

Secretay<br />

George Roethel<br />

George Roethel<br />

Edward Philbin Don Prentice Charles Redmond<br />

Rolfe Rodlyn<br />

George<br />

Roethel<br />

Treasurer<br />

184<br />

Typical mob scene from MAD comics ...<br />

Howard Stone Malcolm Strasser Edwin Streeter<br />

Larry Townsend William White Jack Young<br />

185


ZETA BETA TAU<br />

Name of Local: Beta Tau<br />

Date Local Founded: 1949<br />

Went National: May 21,1951<br />

Morton Baranick Larry Bender<br />

ZETA BETA TAU<br />

National<br />

Chapter: Beta Lambda<br />

National Founded: 1898<br />

C.C.NY,<br />

New York<br />

Location: 4754 College Avenue<br />

Roger Brenes<br />

Ron Feiler<br />

Zeta Beta Tau's placed first in scholarship on campus Alan<br />

Mishne was President of Oceotl, Blue Key, and I.F.C. Also<br />

a member of Blue Key, Oceotl, Xolotl and President of Aesculapians<br />

was Noel Fishman ... Harvey Goodfriend was Commissioner<br />

of Finance and a member of Blue Key ... Their social<br />

events saw actives and pledges celebrating at the Founders Day<br />

Dinner Dance on May 21, and their Initiation Day dinner dance<br />

held after initiation each semester.<br />

Bruce Fisher Noel Fishman<br />

Michael Friedlander Steve Goldfarb Harvey Goodfriend<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Noel Fishman Donn Kobernick<br />

President<br />

Donn Kobern.ick Aaron Kolkey AI Mishne<br />

Donn K b . k Harvey Goodfriend<br />

o ernlc ...<br />

Vice<br />

President<br />

Edmond Rosenthal .. , Sigmund Urbock<br />

Secretary<br />

Harvey Goodfriend. George Rosenberger<br />

Treasurer<br />

Edward Naiman Seymour Pomeronz George Rosenberger<br />

186<br />

This is fun?<br />

Edward<br />

Rosenthal<br />

187


FRATERNITY<br />

FAVORITES<br />

,<br />

188


QUETZAL<br />

HALL<br />

B v r1y Bunch Corolln Corr<br />

The only women's dormitory on campus,<br />

Quetzal Hall, was formed in September,<br />

1937 ... enabling out-of-town wom-<br />

Dana<br />

Cecil<br />

Dorothy Chace Janice Colove Sylvia Farber Marilyn Fox<br />

en students to experience the fun of dormitory<br />

life ... activities include faculty<br />

and student teas, Christmas parties and<br />

participation in other campus activities,<br />

such as Homecoming parade and Spring<br />

Sing.<br />

Kitty Gibson Barba ra Greene<br />

Pam Hammond Connie Harris Sally Hayes<br />

i<br />

J<br />

Phyllis<br />

Georgia Jackson Pat Jennson Peggy Layton Hoydee Manotos<br />

Fall<br />

Spring<br />

Marlene McKenzie Barba ra Mitts Elissa McNeely LaVera Neill Rose Mary Osler<br />

Vera Thaxton ... Mary Frances V~r Steeg<br />

President<br />

Ruth Smith Sally Hayes<br />

Vice<br />

Preisdent<br />

Pat Giarde . . .. . . .. . . .. Peggy Layon<br />

t<br />

Secretary<br />

Janet Spencer Marilyn Sowle<br />

..........<br />

~ .AIIIIIIIII~ ~---<br />

Ruth Smith Marilyn Sowle Janet Spencer<br />

Caroline Newcomb Joan Nicholson Jackie Paul Betty Reith<br />

QUETZAL HALL<br />

Treasurer<br />

200<br />

~<br />

Carol Stevenson Stephanie Stier Vera Thaxton Sylvia White Pat VonDerLahe Mary Frances Versteeg Frances Zuern<br />

201


CAPANO<br />

GOWN<br />

Senior women's honor society established on San<br />

Marv Braddock<br />

Noel Fishman<br />

Ed htl In<br />

Diego State College in 1932 ... Encourages activities<br />

and scholarship of women on campus ... Pur-<br />

John<br />

Early<br />

J rry Mclntu<br />

J hn altaI<br />

pose to render service to school and community ...<br />

Among activities, the Annual Alumni Banquet, formal<br />

tapping at A.W.S. Banquet in Fall and Spring.<br />

Jim<br />

Hunt<br />

Julius Ccrnpbel]<br />

Chuck Freeburn<br />

ih Polk<br />

Dean Erwine<br />

Tony McP ak<br />

0" I Thome<br />

Faculty advisor, Dean Brookshire<br />

Marshall<br />

Malcolm<br />

Ron<br />

Rick y<br />

Walt<br />

Fisher<br />

Marv<br />

Gudmundson<br />

Jerry<br />

Moss<br />

Beverly<br />

Butler<br />

Donna<br />

Dickson<br />

Jacqueline<br />

Cathcart<br />

National honorary society for junior and sen-<br />

Norma<br />

File<br />

Sharon<br />

Fisher<br />

ior men . . . members are selected on the<br />

basis of leadership, scholarship, and service<br />

to the students and faculty SDSC's<br />

Edith<br />

Flourie<br />

Sharilyn<br />

McSwan<br />

Jacki<br />

Paul<br />

chapter organized in 1933 ... the group is<br />

composed of outstanding campus leaders in<br />

all fields ... tapping ceremonies are held<br />

three times a year ... assists with Homecoming<br />

and other campus activities . . .<br />

Ada<br />

Picaizen<br />

strives to foster friendship and cordial relo-<br />

Carman<br />

Sturak<br />

Vera<br />

Thaxton<br />

tions among all student groups and between<br />

Dr. JOHN ACKLEY<br />

Advisor<br />

students and faculty initiation banquets<br />

are semi-annual holds auction each<br />

202<br />

Elean.or Watson<br />

Marilyn<br />

Weston<br />

Barbara<br />

Wolter<br />

Laverne Zawada<br />

semester.<br />

BLUE KEY<br />

203


Marian<br />

DaVanon:<br />

Barbara<br />

Elliott<br />

Dale Borbat<br />

Marv<br />

Braddack<br />

Chorhe J nsen<br />

Jeanne<br />

Dailard<br />

Mary<br />

Jo Dougherty<br />

Barbara<br />

Goen<br />

Edward<br />

Bohanan<br />

Bob House<br />

f'lOnk<br />

Longdon<br />

Mary Ann Donaldson<br />

Chuck Deussen<br />

Sandra<br />

Harrison<br />

Nadine<br />

Israel<br />

Bette Johnson<br />

Nancy<br />

Kirkhuff<br />

Beverly<br />

Moore<br />

Pat Nicholls<br />

Gary Letson<br />

Alan<br />

Mishne<br />

F'ronk Mendoza<br />

Ed Philbin<br />

Keith<br />

Polk<br />

Howard<br />

Proy<br />

Joan<br />

Peterson'<br />

Buddy<br />

Rogers<br />

Bob Sedlock<br />

lucy<br />

Recht<br />

lynn<br />

Tinker<br />

Don Prentice<br />

Dale<br />

Roehrkasse<br />

George<br />

Roethel<br />

James T eker<br />

Alice<br />

Preibisius<br />

Jerry<br />

Schultz<br />

Paula<br />

Thomas<br />

Janet<br />

Wilsonl<br />

William<br />

Walsh<br />

Richard Wolter<br />

Freshman and sophomore honorary service<br />

organization for women ... the support of<br />

school activities and the promotion of school<br />

spirit are the purposes of the group .<br />

twenty hours of service to school plus a 1.5<br />

average are required for membership ...<br />

stacking cards for half-time card tricks, helping<br />

during campus elections, serving at banquets,<br />

typing in the IFC office, and other<br />

services to faculty and students are included<br />

Founded on San Diego State College campus<br />

in 1935, Oceotl's chief aim is to boost the<br />

spirit of the college through assisting with<br />

Frosh orientation and selling the traditional<br />

"Frosh Dinks," they supervise the painting<br />

and lighting of the "S" and assist in cord<br />

tricks,<br />

DR. DRESSLER<br />

Advisor<br />

in their activities ... name derived from<br />

Aztec spelled backwards ... new members<br />

Advisor,<br />

Dickie Thomas<br />

are tapped in candlelight service at the<br />

CETZA<br />

semi-annual<br />

AWS banquets.<br />

OCEOTL<br />

205


I Dee Barlow<br />

Dean Erwine<br />

Bill<br />

Richardson<br />

Tom Carraciolo<br />

Jerry Moss Bill welsh<br />

Lois Hebner<br />

Jody Barlaw<br />

Noel<br />

Fishman<br />

Buddy<br />

Rogers<br />

Donald<br />

Mcintosh<br />

Julius<br />

Campbell<br />

)<br />

I<br />

Bob House<br />

Olivia<br />

Rosa<br />

Julius<br />

Campbell<br />

June<br />

Edwards<br />

Harvey<br />

Goodfriend<br />

Janet<br />

Wilson<br />

•<br />

Ado<br />

Picaizen<br />

Victor<br />

Wills<br />

Mmmm<br />

Boy!<br />

Alan<br />

Mishne<br />

Organized to advise and counsel all incoming<br />

freshmen in both academic and extracurricular<br />

activities ... the group's main<br />

project is sponsoring and supervising Frosh<br />

Orientation Camp ... organized on San<br />

National service fraternity ... on the San Diego State campus for<br />

twenty-four years ... oldest Greek letter fraternity at SDSC ...<br />

purpose is to render service to the campus, the community, and the<br />

nation ... offers to the members opportunities in leadership as well<br />

as fellowship publi h th R db k .<br />

. • • IS es e e 00, a student directory, once<br />

a year ... conducts the Ugly Man Contest to raise money for charities<br />

... operates the Lost and Found.<br />

Diego State campus in 1940, and, with the<br />

exception of the war years, active ever since<br />

to be eligible for membership, a student<br />

must have completed at least fifteen<br />

units and must be recommended by the department<br />

chairman in his major field ...<br />

monthly meetings on campus ... membership<br />

is limited to a ratio of one Xolotl memmer<br />

for every ten entering freshmen.<br />

DR. ANDREW<br />

Advisor<br />

OLSON<br />

DR. MARJORIE BROOKSHIRE,Advisor<br />

OFFICERS<br />

President. Alan Mishne<br />

Vice President Ada Picaizen<br />

Secretary Sharon Fisher<br />

Treasurer<br />

Bill Walsh<br />

ALPHA PHI OMEGA<br />

XOLOTL 207


OUTSTANDING ST<br />

Joyce<br />

O'Connor<br />

Jean<br />

Satterlee<br />

Harry Steinmetz,<br />

Jr.<br />

Barbara<br />

Wolter<br />

Mary<br />

Ward<br />

Joni<br />

Williams<br />

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RELIGIOUS<br />

RELIGIOUS<br />

CANTERBURY<br />

CLUB<br />

International organization for Episcopal students<br />

... started on campus in 1946<br />

aims to provide a definite program of worship,<br />

study, and service ... weekly dinner<br />

HILLEL<br />

Organization promotes the religious, social,<br />

cultural, and educational aspects of Jewish<br />

life. Some of the activities included ...<br />

Pizza parties ... Bagle and lox breakfasts<br />

... Hebrew singing and dancing ... Friday<br />

evening religious services ... Co-operates<br />

meetings, speakers, seminars, and discussion<br />

groups are a part of their activities ...<br />

studied faith and practices of the Episcopal<br />

Church.<br />

in inter-faith<br />

programs.<br />

First row, left to right: Margie Calvin, Daisy Richmond, Pat Nicholls, Lois Hebner.<br />

Second row: Bruce Wier, Carole Skinner, Jody Murphy, Sylvia Miller, Sandra Lamb,<br />

Mr. Dave Henderson,<br />

Left to right, first row: Martin Wein r. Second rOWI 5, v Galdlaf , GI.ndo Polloe<br />

Shirley Samuels, Robert Tuchin, Barbara Belavin, Judy Smallar. Third row: R !tho So<br />

Jay Rose, Herb Gross, Sonia Feldman, Marg Doinwood, Phil oplan, Not 13k ur d<br />

Elana Barach. Bernard Brovstein. Nadene Feiler, No I fl hman, Dav,d Nol, off, Doro h~<br />

Hess, Alice lee, Arthur Poqrel], Lucille Recht, David Und rman.<br />

COLLEGE Y<br />

The SDSC "Y" group is a fellowship of students<br />

and faculty who desire to discover<br />

through study, action, and worship the<br />

ideals of Christian living The members<br />

have discussion groups, speakers, films, and<br />

panels. They also organized the Cosmos<br />

Club for International and American students.<br />

INTER - FAITH<br />

COUNCIL<br />

Sponsors Religioius Emphasis Week each fall,<br />

invites guest speakers ... sponsors seminars<br />

and all-school assemblies ... holds an interfaith<br />

dinner at which time scholarships are<br />

given for outstanding inter-faith work ...<br />

Strives to promote understanding between<br />

the many religious groupS on campus ...<br />

All groups are represented.<br />

First row, left to right: Barbara Olson, Jack Lamb, Haydee Manotas, Jeanette Mann<br />

Bill Johnson, Mary Acord, Lore Ley, Anne Wilson, Donna Freer, Marshall Johnson'<br />

Rachel Dicz. Second row: Robert Dyer Frank Thomas Eleanor Ce]o W' , L M I '<br />

L B b G ' , , In, ory, ar een<br />

o~g, ar ara reene, Wallace Rogers, Ted Bruno, Arthur Anderson Pat St h<br />

~hl~d row: Jon Reading, Miriam Lemike, Skadio Ikida, Carole Bradbury, 'Martha :e~~~'<br />

ac Brennan, Cal Stnckland, Dave Neptune Fourth row' Frank Werbi k j' ,<br />

Herb Bickley, Abigail Patterson, Betsy Joh~son, Jack Murphy Davi~s 6'd rrn KJeene,<br />

Marks, A. Muckael. ' 0 ge, ames<br />

Left to right, first row: Mary Acord, Janice Sears, Dr. Harry Ruja, Ann Harlswick, Barbaro<br />

Massey, Pal Adams. Second row: Bruce Wier, Gory Monell, Reginald C. Robershaw,<br />

Dick Mergens,<br />

219


RELIGIOUS<br />

RELIGIOUS<br />

INTER<br />

PROTESTANT<br />

ANGLICAN<br />

COUNCIL<br />

NEWMAN CLUB<br />

Fellowship for Catholic students offering religious<br />

and moral guidance .. affiliated<br />

with national Newman Club .. named in<br />

honor of Cardinal Newman ... fosters spiritual,<br />

intellectual and social interests .<br />

participated in homecoming parade .<br />

Among their activities: study clubs, guest<br />

speakers, weekly meeting on campus.<br />

Left .to right, First row: Reggie Robershaw, Janice Johnson, Charlotte Engelfried, Aileen<br />

Schrisfer, Mama Hart, Mary Acord, Joanne Shackelford. Second row: Dr. Macinnes,<br />

Dr. Claude F. Shouse, Bruce Wier, Gory Monell, Hans Dahlke, Jim Haas, Hal Bancroft.<br />

Was first organized in 1949 to further the<br />

cooperation among Protestant and Anglican<br />

clubs on campus ... Representatives are<br />

selected by elections within the religious<br />

clubs ... Dr. Claude Shouse was the faculty<br />

advisor for the group this year.<br />

Left to right, First row: Rolph Weismann, Sue Dunn, Barbaro Hood, B rnl Soprinzc ,<br />

Yvonna Cristin, Geroldine Sick, Rev. William A. Kroft, Victor M. Bonno, Sharon<br />

Graham, Antoinette Dororono. Second row: Barbaro Mossey, Edith Flouri , Maggi<br />

Olsen, Carol Brown, Bill Finch, Donold Mcintosh, Jomes Weismann, Pat Crowley,<br />

Beatrix Flourie. Third row: John Harrell, Eddie Moreno, Charles May, John Coil,<br />

Sheilo Nosland, Bobbi Patrick, Judy Smole. Fourth row: Gorge Babriel, Jack Ho v,<br />

Eloine Mihlka, Joon Fowles, Pot Adams, Ruth Murphy, Tom Anitia. AI Fillppono.<br />

INTER VARSITY<br />

ROGER WILLIAMS<br />

CLUB<br />

An inter-denominational religious organization<br />

providing Christian followship for all<br />

genuine believers in Christ ... Weekly<br />

Bible studies, area conferences, weekend<br />

retreats, monthly socials, group meetings<br />

and an Easter assembly were on the group's<br />

agenda this year.<br />

Organized in October, 1953 to provide felloship<br />

for Baptist students ... Activities include<br />

semi-monthly dinners, meetings, programs<br />

consisting of outstanding speakers<br />

and excellent musical talent, movies, socials,<br />

such as parties, singtimes, and sport activities<br />

... Retreats are an active phase of their<br />

programs.<br />

220<br />

~eft to right, First row: Barbara Brockelman, Marlene Johnson Fran lisemby Chuck<br />

S assedty , Joanne Weston, Dale Cummings, Helen Fair Kathy' Wilson Dora 'Petritsl.<br />

Mar<br />

econ<br />

G<br />

row'<br />

I'<br />

Jan<br />

::.<br />

t P<br />

arsons,<br />

R<br />

ut<br />

h M<br />

ammer, Eleanor Cejo ,<br />

'<br />

Terry Moore, Anita<br />

,<br />

Sritherland,<br />

B y S ra kler ary Donaldson, Ernestine Shands, Yvonne Anderson Miriam limcki,<br />

T~n;:r ~c n'": Corolyn Heyser. Third row: Laverne Que, Claudetr~ Danni, Jerelyn<br />

Hail ' . 0 rue Golden, Jim Haas, Robert Franks, Andy Simpson, Robert Neil, Arlest<br />

'll 'J Phhil Seckler. Fourth row: Louis Strickland, Earl Marshall Ed Peterson Glenn Lobb,<br />

B<br />

I 0 nson<br />

'Gl<br />

Do<br />

ve<br />

M<br />

. c<br />

K<br />

enzie,<br />

. T<br />

om Flor, Chuck Clayton, Ted<br />

"<br />

Bruno George littman,<br />

Ray Rogers, enn Wiebe. '<br />

II P t VonDer Lohe, Dorothy<br />

Left to right, First row: Sonia Shellstrom, Jean Carro, a h P t Thompson<br />

Bostrom, Dolores Hayes. Second row, Ralph Hartung, :rrudy Jo nson<br />

J : M rcoux~<br />

Janice Johnson, Phyllis Hornbeak, David Coywood. Third row: Mrf~nd. 'Fouarth rew:<br />

State Student Councilor, Ruth McQuerry, Jim Todd, Sheldon Ry Jack Lockhart-<br />

Ernest Witham-American Baptist Convention Representative,<br />

advisor, Dr. Claude F. Shouse-Faculty odvisor, Reginald Robershaw.<br />

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RELIGIOUS<br />

DEPARTM<br />

WESLEY CLUB CHRISTIAN<br />

"To bring Christian faith and friends to college<br />

students - to promote Christian fellowship<br />

on campus - to help students develop<br />

personal religious life - and to help build<br />

a Christian world fellowship is the purpose<br />

of the oldest religious group on campus."<br />

Wesley Club holds weekly meetings, dinners,<br />

programs, recreation, worship, service<br />

projects, social activities and Bible study.<br />

SCIENCE<br />

United Christian Scientists on campus by encouraging<br />

the application of Christian Science<br />

to their studies ... Holds seminars during<br />

Religious Emphasis Week by presenting a<br />

lecture open to all students ... Reception<br />

held at beginning of semester and meetings<br />

held<br />

bi-monthly.<br />

Left to right, First row: Devereux Powell, Zona Horswill, Sandra McCoquodale,<br />

Anne Alesch, Charlette Engelfried. Second row: Judy Heindel, Jackie Lewis,<br />

Deanna Ross, Charlotte Schriefel, Joan Strople, Kathleen Donnelly, Rev. William<br />

R. Mundt. Third row: Mike Conney, Janet Paine, Martha Keenen, Dave Whitney.<br />

Fourth row: Beverly Johnson, Mary Ward, Beth Guy, Quimby Turner.<br />

First Row, Left to right: Elizabeth Davidson, Joyce Fibiger, Myrna Ellis. S.cond Row:<br />

Judy Scully, Robin White, Zayanne Mosteller, Solly Tufts. Third Row: Gall Powell,<br />

Nancy Sommers, Marlene Foster. Fourth Row: Gary Albright, David Knight, John Owen,<br />

Tom Naves, Ken Paschen, Dr. Glenn Hodge.<br />

WESTMINSTER<br />

CLUB<br />

A Presbyterian organization for all interested<br />

students meets weekly on Tuesday evenings<br />

at 5:30 for dinner, 6:30 for worship, and<br />

7:00 for speaker or discussion ... monthly<br />

parties, work projects, and group activities<br />

... semester retreats and seminars are part<br />

of the group's activities ... endeavors to<br />

provide opportunities for Christian fellowship,<br />

instruction and inspiration.<br />

AESCULAPIANS<br />

Were organized in 1952 to stimulate and aid<br />

those students interested in or pursuing premedical<br />

or pre-dental courses. Membership<br />

is honorary with the purpose of promoting<br />

fellowship and stimulating interest and contributing<br />

to the growth as well as understanding<br />

of students.<br />

Left. to right, First row: Carol Shear, Joanne Shachelford, Judy Kuykendall,<br />

Mardyn Sperry, Herb Pixley, Jo Anne Wenberg, Kay Morgan. Second row: Marvin<br />

Sperry, Vera Thaxton, Jack Swanson, Phil Smith Hal Bancroft Betty Lou Savage<br />

Dr. William Macinnes. " r<br />

-_ .......<br />

F' tRw left to right: Lenard Siegel, Sigmund Urbach, Rod livingston, Bob Franks,<br />

Irs dOL' N '1 B rbour Billy Grundon David Unterman, Bill Smith, Ed Fahlsing,<br />

RIcher earn, et a,' .<br />

Arthur Pogrell. Second Row: Fred Bruner, Noel Fishman, Bruce Thompson, Mike McCrea,<br />

Richard<br />

Gardner.


DEPARTMENTAL<br />

DEPAR<br />

M<br />

ALPHA<br />

DELTA<br />

LAMBDA<br />

AMERICA<br />

CHEMICAL<br />

SOCIETY<br />

The S.D.S.C. chapter of Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

honorary Freshman women's scholastic<br />

fraternity was installed January 5, 1956<br />

... Regina Ewalt, Dean of Women at WiIlamette<br />

University, and a national officer<br />

in Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta installed the group.<br />

Thirty seven women students and four faculty<br />

members installed as charter memebrs.<br />

The purpose of the fraternity is to stimulate<br />

good scholarship among Freshman girls.<br />

The 1956 President: Frances Gibson.<br />

."'"<br />

Organized to promote fellowship among all<br />

those interested in chemistry ... To better<br />

acquaint students with faculty members and<br />

to give students a brooder view of the field<br />

of chemistry ... The group hod guest and<br />

student speakers, field trips, movies, and<br />

social functions.<br />

left to right, First row: Ada Picaizen, Edith Flourie, Marjorie Horton, Gail Burnett,<br />

faculty adviser. Second row: Frances Gibson, Donna Parker, Helen Carlson, Marlene<br />

Franck. Third row: Miriam Lemcke, Miriam Robertson, Cecile Marshall, Jean<br />

Wilkerson. Mnrv Wmrl<br />

left to right, First Row: Joanne Dailard, Norma File, Pat Reinke, Lynne Williamsen,<br />

Carol Tripp, Vera Winter, Marlene Lang. Second Row: R. P. Rickey, Donald Myers,<br />

Laird Gale, Frank Araiza, Arthur Sprague, Cordelia Ridenour.<br />

ALPHA MU<br />

GAMMA<br />

A national honorary language fraternity<br />

organized in 1934 for the purpose of<br />

encouraging work in foreign languages<br />

and to reward accomplishment in language<br />

fields ... The group holds one<br />

meeting each semester for initiating new<br />

members.<br />

AMERICAN<br />

SOCIETY<br />

OF CIVIL<br />

ENGINEERS<br />

Organized in 1948 to promote friendship<br />

and develop professional spirit among the<br />

students enrolled in the civil engineering<br />

curriculum ... The group's activities for the<br />

year included guest speakers, field trips, picnics<br />

and<br />

dances.<br />

left· to right, First row: Virginia Rosewaine, Helga Barthold, Edith Flourie, Janet<br />

Manly, Sylvia Paka/n, Carol Bertschi. Second row: Arthur Todd Dr. Wolf, Dr.<br />

Phillips, Dr. Brown, Chuck O'Neil. '<br />

left to right, First Row: Molly Capp, Hans Dahlke, Richard Smith, Gee. Menlmester.<br />

Second Row: Randy Gibson, Richard Johnson, James Abrahamson, John Nagazyna,<br />

Cheaney Coffelt. Row Three: Larry Gregg, Don Nasland, Mike Jachimowicz, Nick Rounthnaite,<br />

John Loghead.<br />

225


DEPARTMENTAL DEPA TA<br />

DELTA PHI<br />

UPSILO<br />

Working to promote an interest in young<br />

children <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon is a national honorary<br />

fraternity for students in the field of<br />

elementary education ... The members, consisting<br />

of upper division women, are chosen<br />

on the basis of scholarship, leadership and<br />

character.<br />

Lefl to right, fir'St row: Kathlene Fink, Yoshi Kitagawa, Isabella Hammack. Second row:<br />

Beryl Campbell, Evelyn Jabel, Stephanie Hunt, Carol Gudmunson, Elva Schmeltz.<br />

Left to right, first row: Hunter, Philbin, Hand, Bessher. Second row: Wicham, Thornton, Huff, Laehr, Wisler, Kobern.ic. Third<br />

row: Fernandez, Woodmansee, Devitt, Statler, Gal, Blair. Fourth row: Hooper, Sitton, Richardson, Beasley, Christianson,<br />

Rens. Fifth row: Denton, Harrington, Koppenhaver, Sitton, Scott, Sevier, Lempink. Sixth row: Fish, Bregante, Crow, Klein,<br />

Winston, Connelly.<br />

ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY<br />

CIRCLE K<br />

Arnold Air Society is an honorary fraternity for<br />

future Air Force officers. It is in its fifth year at<br />

SDSC ... This year marked the organization of<br />

the Angel's Flight, an honorary service organization<br />

for women students ... The Society attended<br />

conclaves at Los Angeles and Denver,<br />

Newest men's service club on campus. Sponsored<br />

by Kiwanis International, it performs<br />

services for school and community. Since its<br />

charter in October 1955, it has sponsored<br />

the Toys for Tots drive and the Circle K<br />

Breakfast. The individual member also profits<br />

by developing a feeling of service.<br />

in addition to sponsoring the Republic Aviation<br />

Award, offering a scholarship to the outstanding<br />

third year cadet, and supplying guides for Open<br />

House and Graduation Exercises ... Commondants<br />

were Lee Rens and Dick Blair. Facultyadviser<br />

was Lt. Kenneth Langland. Left to right, first row: Lt. Langland, Walker, Caracciolo, Eberhardt.<br />

Second row: McPeak, Gudmundson, Freeman.<br />

Left to right, first row: Noel Rozells, Bob Halstead, Mike Wilks, Ross Thurston, Lloyd<br />

Willis, Wally Miller. Second row: Ronald Dickie, Jim Jost, Don Stevenson, Lawrence<br />

Hunter, Mike McRae, Jack Brennan.<br />

226 227


DEPARTMENTAL<br />

HOME·<br />

ECONOMICS<br />

CLUB<br />

A new group on San Diego State's campus<br />

... Strives to promote interest in home<br />

economics ... Provides for professional development<br />

and for the improved status of<br />

the home ... Fashion shows, monthly dinner<br />

meetings with guest speakers, teas, and<br />

Home Economics Career Day.<br />

DEPA<br />

KAPPA 0 T<br />

PI<br />

An honorary ducational sod ty to ncourage<br />

high professional, int lIectual and<br />

personal standards, and to r cogniz outstanding<br />

contributions to ducation ... Th<br />

organization has a business and social me t-<br />

ing, combined, onc a month ... Ther is<br />

an annual tea during D cember honoring<br />

the Education Faculty and the group is active<br />

in teacher recruitment.<br />

Lefl to right, First row: Lola Eades, Marjorie Horton, Ruth Nagel, Olga Angus,<br />

Pat Morris, Helen Doriss. Second row: Mrs. Alice Thomas, Mrs. Norita Comin,<br />

Bonnie Seckler, Lois Loehr, Karen Rose, Lynn Erickson, Ruth A. Talboy. Third row:<br />

Joanne Weston, Joan Peterson, Mary C. Brown, Bobbi Patrick. Fourth row:<br />

Geraldine Rene, Irene Hamelihle, Joan Strople, Mary Lee Fligel.<br />

Left to right, first row: Olga Angus, Moren Heubach, Katherine Corbitt,<br />

Dorothy Haitsuka, Frances Thompson, Evelyn Zobel. Second row: Joanne<br />

Wenberg, Joan Weining, Cheryl Jakie, Doris Beyrer, Kathleen Fink, Elaine<br />

Siervogel. Third row: Pat Hudson, Yodi Katagown, Carol Gudmunson, Frieda<br />

Folsom, Stephanie Hunt, Marilyn Engberg. Fourth row: Jay Sitcliffe, George<br />

Voglko, Wallace Dickinson, Herbert Denison, Wesley Stafford.<br />

INDUSTRIAL<br />

ARTS CLUB<br />

Organized .to provide an organization for<br />

the students of San Diego State College interested<br />

in Industrial Arts ... To be of service<br />

to the community, San Diego State College,<br />

and the Industrial Arts Department<br />

... To foster the professional ideals of Industrial<br />

Arts as a part of general education.<br />

MENC<br />

San Diego State College has an active student<br />

chapter of the Music Educators National<br />

Conference ... This is a professional organization<br />

which fosters and promotes music in<br />

the community and in the schools. Their president<br />

was Milton Harvey, their secretarytreasurer<br />

was Betty Wooley. The faculty<br />

sponsor was Richard C. Flye.<br />

Left to right, First row: A. C. McAllister, W. C. Anderson, Lawerence Luce, Kenneth<br />

Phillips, Robert O'<strong>Del</strong>l, Martin Hunting, Ernest Roesel, Orville Haufman. Second<br />

row: J. H. Vogel, Kenneth Martin, Eugene Journey, Robert Amparan, F. T. Bear,<br />

Roland Schneider, G. L. Condon, T. J. Sylvester. Third row: Charles Harris, John<br />

Sawyer, Raymond Walson, William L. Burner. Fourth row: Robert Shields, Robert<br />

Whatley, Steven Povka, Winfield Dean, Bill Lindsay, Gerald Reckin, Lloyd Neisley.<br />

Officers for MENC this year were, Dick Harvey, President; Charles Freeburn,<br />

Vice President; Betty Wooley, Secretory-Treasurer; Richard Flye, Faculty<br />

Sponser.<br />

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DEPARTMENTAL<br />

DEPARTMENTAL<br />

PI KAPPA<br />

PH MU ALPHA DELTA<br />

. . . organized on San Diego State College<br />

campus in 1950 ... A grade point of 1.75<br />

in music courses is necessary for membership<br />

. . . Strives to advance the cause of<br />

music in the United States.<br />

National honorary music fraternity for men National honorary speech fraternity ... Organized<br />

to promote collegiate forensics ...<br />

SDSC chapter founded in 1948 ... Activities<br />

include sponsoring a high school speech<br />

tournament and a banquet for outstanding<br />

high school students ... Participation in five<br />

intercollegiate debates is required for mem-<br />

Left 10 righI, firsl row: Bill Lockman, Robert Womack, Jim Cusack, John Cusack, Alan<br />

Close. Second row: Ted Carnes, Keith Polk, Jack Stump, Britt Bernard, Norman Womack.<br />

Third row: Richard Brunelle, Dan Severns, Alan Oldfield, Cameron Thomas.<br />

bership ... Officers this year were Mary<br />

Ward, president; Bill Denton, vice president;<br />

Dorothy Scully, secretary; and Mable Brown,<br />

treasurer.<br />

Firsl row, lefl 10 righl: Dr. R. L. Benjornin, Jim Hutchens, Leah Grigsby, Ada Picaizen,<br />

Mabel Brawn. Second row: Stan Skinner, Dorothy Scully, Mary Ward, John W. Ackley.<br />

Third row: Lee Granell, Don Wolfe, Elynor Moskowitz, Robert Presher. Fourth row:<br />

Harry Steinmetz, Bill Denton, Vince Vint, Tony McPeak.<br />

PHIMU<br />

EPSILON<br />

A women's honorary fraternity in the field<br />

of science and medicine ... Organized in<br />

1937, their projects include helping needy<br />

families at Christmas time, guest speakers<br />

from fields of medicine Purpose, to further<br />

interests in fields that are related to<br />

medicine,<br />

PI OMEGA PI<br />

A national honorary business education fraternity,<br />

Pi Omega Pi strives to encourage<br />

capable students to select the teaching of<br />

business education as a career ... Meets<br />

monthly to create fellowship among the<br />

teachers through social and educational activities<br />

. , . Holds semi-annual banquets.<br />

LefJ 10 righI, firsl row: Emily Koluvek, Kay Shank, Dorothy Cox, Joan Hopper. Second<br />

row: Barbara Bowne, Marge Mackie, Carlene Branchini, Martha Anderson.<br />

First row, lefl 10 righl: John Dover, Ward Dennis, Gene Hargraves, Janet Thomas. Second<br />

row: Don Bolven, Douglas Kraatz, Wallace Dickinson, Robert Place, L. Lynn Straub.<br />

230 231


DEPARTMENTAL<br />

POLITICAL<br />

DEPA<br />

M<br />

SIGMA PI<br />

SCIENCE CLUB SIGMA<br />

A non-partisan political organization on<br />

campus. Founded to further the study and<br />

interest in the political and social issues<br />

of the day .. Sponsored the proposition<br />

for separate Republ ican and Democratic<br />

Clubs ... In the past they had distinguished<br />

speakers such as Congressman Robert<br />

Wilson.<br />

Local chapter organized in 1940 to serve as<br />

a means of an award to students having<br />

high scholarship and achievement in phvsics<br />

. . . To promote student int rest in<br />

research and the advanced study of the subject<br />

... To encourage a professional spirit<br />

and friendship.<br />

Firsi row, lefl 10 righl: Roberl Bigger, Mary Ward, Daniel Morrissey. Second row:<br />

Don Leiffer, Henry Janssen, Norman Picard, James Goetleman, Fronk Werbisky.<br />

Third row: Robert Rae, Ned Joy, James Lane.<br />

Left 10 righI, First row: Bion Henderson, Ken Wilson, <strong>Del</strong>ano Ball, Aldan Gomez, Robert<br />

Limes Charles Poduim, David Limbacher. Second row: Richard Eastman, Allen Wilson,<br />

Chesney Moe, Zygmund Salomon, Charles Mallon, Alan Brangle. Third row:. Louis<br />

Smith, James Leavy, James L. Beeman, Lester L. Skolil, William K. Powell, Richard<br />

Wensel, Ernest Alcaraz, Don Poole.<br />

SIGMA ALPHA<br />

IOTA<br />

THEATRE<br />

GUILD<br />

An honorary national music society for women<br />

students and musicians who by their influence<br />

and musical interest uphold the<br />

highest ideals of musical education .<br />

Sponsors annual welcome tea for incoming<br />

music students ... Gives annual Christmas<br />

vespers<br />

service.<br />

Organized to promote and produce plays<br />

... Requires 20 hours of theatre work for<br />

mem bersh ip . . . Encourages and provides<br />

opportunities for drama students . Is in<br />

charge of all publicity for -SDSC plays<br />

Sponsors One-Act Play Festival ... Members<br />

sell tickets, act as ushers.<br />

First row, lefl 10 righl: Virginia Barnet, Nadene Feiler, Barbara Salmon, Dianne<br />

Lairsey, Marjorie Tripp. Second row: Elsima Cleeton. Nol present: Jecn Wilkerson<br />

and Jacki Paul.<br />

Lefl 10 righI, Firsl row: Joe White, Leah Grigsby, Jody B~r1ow, Rocco Costanzio, Elizabeth<br />

Rice. Second row: Allen Johnson, Frank White, Manlyn Skinner, Joan. NIcholson,<br />

Eleanor Layton. Third row: Terrie Till, Don Powell, Ed Hickok, John Leeker, Bill Hektner.<br />

232 233


DEPARTMENTAL DEPARTME TAL<br />

TAU SIGMA<br />

i<br />

I<br />

First row, ,left to right: Thomas Couse, Bayard Griffin, Harry Layton, J. E. Neff. Second<br />

row: William Foster, Gene Alford, Alvin Gallin, Walter MacDonald, Severin Firestone,<br />

Victor Bareno, James Goetteman. Third row: Don Dexter, John Dover, Alfonso Filipponi,<br />

Walter Riebau, Ferd Spieker, Ernest Smith, Carl Carlsen, Warren Wheeler. Fourth row:<br />

L. K. Niemann, Bill Finch, V. R. Sanderson, Edward Saleeby, Bill Wolf, Robert Parker,<br />

Robert Lawrence, Philip Bohnstedt, Bob Brent, Eugene Heins, Albert Wiejorek.<br />

Lef1 to right, first row: Georgia Bunker, Lois Dillon, Miss Mary Cove, Shirley Meyer, Laverne Zowoda,<br />

Pat Robbins, Jan Jessop, Paula Thomas. Second row: Jackie Rose, Pat Curtis, Joan Petersen, Barbara<br />

Sampson, Marianne Benjamin, Rita Zauhar, Mary Ellen Keller.<br />

WOMEN'S<br />

Economics and business fraternity ... Adds<br />

educational and social fellowship to college<br />

studies in order to help members prepare<br />

for a successful career in the economics and<br />

business fields . Some of the activities<br />

included Founders' Day dinner dance ...<br />

Dinner meetings with speakers from the<br />

business world ... Maintained the credit<br />

union.<br />

RECREATION<br />

ASSOCIA TION<br />

Organization of all women students on campus<br />

... Their purpose is the organization<br />

and stimulation of interest in the recreational,<br />

social and physical activities among<br />

students and the promotion of a spirit of<br />

democracy and good sportsmanship ...<br />

Activities include Carnival, Sham Shuffle,<br />

St. Patrick's Day dance Play days ...<br />

Inter-mural sports.<br />

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First row, .Ieft to right: Gene Norris, Dale Cooper, Don Compton, Tommy Naves, Bobby<br />

Thomas, Dr. Cameron, Dr. Chadwick, George Ashby. Second row: Costas Nicolaides,<br />

AI Spire, Walt Handley, Dennis Marteeny, Dick Benner, Louis Cacciatore, Jack Dunn.<br />

Third row: Charles Durnian, Joseph Breau, Mike Poolos, Edward Robinson, K. M. Swerilas,<br />

Juan Guerrero, Phil Con.cepcion. Fourth row: Graydon Anderson, Claude Joyce, Peter<br />

Clark, Dallas Mundt, Merlin Keithley, Thomas Hayes, James Carroll, Dale Worm, Omar<br />

Scarborough.<br />

A field trip was held in October when the girls journeyed to Green Valley Falls ... looks<br />

like<br />

funl<br />

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ACTIVITIES<br />

SPRING SING ..... .....<br />

BLU . . . . . 238<br />

E BOOK .....<br />

COM BALL . . . 248<br />

MENCE MENT AND ..... . . . 250<br />

SENIORS . 252


SDSC students enerqetico lly studying their favorite class<br />

-cafology.<br />

"But why isn't Darling Dan wearing a bathing suit like<br />

the rest of the girls?"<br />

The remark heard upon entering the newly redecorated<br />

Gamma Phi's sponsored Olympic Fund and crowned Darling<br />

yellow caf, "Hey, somebody swept up the bottles" ... a<br />

Dan (Officer Daniels) Miss Olympic of 1956 ... Hoopsters<br />

week of recuperating after finals ... return to San Diego<br />

Hose Hop sponsored by WRA held after Aztec-Pepperdine<br />

and registration ... those lines get longer every semester<br />

basketball game ... Ford Frolic sponsored by Sigma Alpha<br />

the high price you paid for the blue priority card ...<br />

Epsilon saw the crowning of the first "Miss Thunderbird."<br />

the shocked second semester freshmen when they saw their<br />

Connie Grader, the Dave Pell Octet and Lucy Ann Polk pro-<br />

priority number ... students gathered for the dedication of<br />

vided the musical entertainment. Highlight of the evening<br />

"But really, I was there first!"<br />

the new Methodist Student Union on Campanile Drive ...<br />

State architects presented the new SDSC Engineering Building<br />

was the drawing for the Model A Ford ... Panhellenic and<br />

Sigma Alpha Epsilon sponsored second annual Sprin,g Pledge<br />

State College Philharmonic.<br />

to President Malcolm A. Love and 3,500 empty seats in<br />

Presents ... AFROTC Military Ball held at the EI Cortez. Out<br />

dedication ceremonies in the Greek Bowl ... Aztec Club<br />

of 15 girls selected as members of Angel's Flight, new hon-<br />

formed - a group of San Diego business and professional<br />

orary women's AFROTC organization, Olivia Rosa was<br />

men interested in promoting SDSC's athletic program.<br />

chosen to reign<br />

over the festivities.<br />

Working on the chain gang.<br />

"And you are my friends."<br />

They come equipped with all the modern accessories.


We both lived in the same apartment house!<br />

Gimme 0 fixl<br />

Engineering Student at work?<br />

Hey! We Won!<br />

. , , Do the Bunny Hop.<br />

San Diego Serenaders<br />

Shades of Wild Bill Hickock ... Theta Chi's<br />

Circle-Bar X brought the western touch to the<br />

campus who stole the cover from the covered<br />

wagon? interfraternity gambling and dancing<br />

at Casper's Rancho ... real gambling equipment<br />

too "Put SDSC on the Map" "vote<br />

yes on UAF" again the issue of the Universal<br />

Activity Feewas reopened ... intense campaigning<br />

on both sides ... vote was 3 to 1 in favor<br />

of the measure . . . history's largest campus<br />

election . . . Construction started on the new<br />

speech and home economics buildings, marking<br />

the start of a gigantic 20 million dollar expan-<br />

The Barber-Shop Quartet Contest, an annual<br />

affair sponsored by the AMS, was held on March<br />

23 .. , Pi Kappa Alpha placed first in men's<br />

division and Alpha Chi Omega first in the<br />

"Beauty-Shop Quartet". . <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

was second and Sigma Chi was third in men's<br />

division. Frank Mendoza was chairman of<br />

the event , Ole Kittleson and Bill Kluck emceed,<br />

Mr. Robert Linn was advisor ... perpetual<br />

trophies were awarded to first place winners<br />

... judging was done by the "San Diego Serenaders,"<br />

a professional group.<br />

We won't leave Troy without Helenl<br />

sion program which will<br />

make SDSCone of the<br />

largest State colleges in the country . . .<br />

Daddy's Little Girl<br />

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A project of the sophomore class, BEST<br />

FOOT FORWARD was presented April 5,<br />

6, 13, 14 at the Dana Junior High School<br />

Auditorium ... the bright m us i c a I<br />

comedy concerning the happenings at<br />

Winsocki Prep School for Boys was directed<br />

by Tom Lasswell ... Bud Hooper,<br />

a Winsocki student, asks a famous movie<br />

star, Gale Joy, to be his date for the<br />

Homecoming dance. When she accepts<br />

(as a publicity stunt), it starts a cycle of<br />

hilarious events, almost ending with<br />

Bud's expulsion from school and the loss<br />

of his girl friend, Helen Schlessinger.<br />

These hectic happenings made BEST<br />

FOOT FORWARD a rollicking cavalcade<br />

of musical fun ... principal players<br />

were: Carole Baldauf, Gale Joy; Ole Kittleson,<br />

Bud Hooper; Barbara Richard,<br />

Helen Schlessinger; Joe Turner, Jack<br />

Haggerty; Bill Kluck, Dutch Miller; Jody<br />

Barlow, Blind Date; Todd Van Every,<br />

Hunk Hoyt; Paula Thomas, Minerva;<br />

Nancy aids, Ethel; Louis Repaci, Dr.<br />

Reeber; Jerry Schultz, Chester Billings;<br />

Diane Morgan, Miss <strong>Del</strong>aware Water<br />

Gap; Fred Bruner, Chuck Green.<br />

\ ' ,<br />

Choreographers Carol Jett and Dale Muchmore.<br />

Sharecroppers Stomp??<br />

Standing, left to right: Hunk Hoyt, Dutch Miller, and Bud Hooper. R<br />

Were you for it?<br />

eclining: Gale Joy, the "Wham Girl."<br />

Bringing hom the bacon.<br />

While "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" the Kappa<br />

Sig's had a ball ... complete with beards, hickclothes,<br />

and greased pig, they gave the Aztecs<br />

one of their best dances of the spring semester<br />

... a real "corn" ball ... Spring Elections with<br />

all the student body eligible to vote ... race for<br />

student officers speeded up ... a strong independent<br />

party made its debut in the local politics<br />

. .. most candidates elected on first ballot . . .<br />

Grunt! Not 'till you let go first!<br />

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The latest vets' housing<br />

Some people will do anything for ott ntlon<br />

For that soaper shine , . ,<br />

And then you wind the rubber bond<br />

And don't come bock without that<br />

mint<br />

[ulep.<br />

Wonder what this deal will do?<br />

The Kappa Alpha Dixie Ball ...<br />

once again the<br />

grey clad warriors of the South defeated the<br />

Founder's Day saw various departments dem-<br />

carpet baggers of the North after a pitched<br />

onstrating the tools of their trade ...<br />

highlight<br />

battle, and took the control of Fort Aztec . . .<br />

of the day saw the hour long exhibition put on<br />

the dress for the ball was southern and the belle<br />

by the dancing class ...<br />

Sigma Chi's annual<br />

of the ball was lovely Betty Harmon ...<br />

Alpha<br />

open bid dance the Tropical Cruise was held in<br />

Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta car wash ...<br />

for $1.25 your car looked<br />

the Cotillion Room, marking the official opening<br />

like new ...<br />

Sigma Pi Moonlight Serenade at<br />

of that new additi,on to the EI Cortez Hotel ..<br />

the Veteran War Memorial Building Sigma<br />

Music was provided by Charlie Barnett . .<br />

Phi Epsilon Beard Growing Contest<br />

with ad-<br />

Sigma Chi offered free bids to anyone who used<br />

miring coeds judging rough and ready frater-<br />

his (or her) stomach for a fishbowl ... Nine<br />

nity men's face brushes ...<br />

stoutheatred men and one brave woman volun-<br />

244<br />

Read the top line please,<br />

teered their servicesof<br />

bucks ...<br />

anything to save a couple<br />

Kootchie-kootchie<br />

kooo<br />

245


Was that A flat or a flat A?<br />

Who'<br />

happen?<br />

The AMS Fashion Show held in CLS Auditorium. , . highlight<br />

Awards Day AI Mishne was named Man of the Year,<br />

was preview of bermuda shorts and knee socks ... AI/<br />

Man of the<br />

Semester was Noel Mickelsen ... Blue Key<br />

Women's Day celebrated with AWS Banquet, bridge tourna-<br />

tapped Lt. Col. John Monaco of the Air Science Department<br />

ment, and carnation sale, .. Men's Glee and Treble Clef<br />

an d Carr Bee be, a<br />

.,<br />

lunlor ...<br />

Bob House received the Presi-<br />

attended concert at U,c.L.A. . , . Shipwreck ... Alpha Tau<br />

d en t' s Awar d ... Gold council awards were received by<br />

Omega beach combers selling bids encased in bamboo<br />

Bob House, AI Mishne, Julius Campbell, Ann Peterson, and<br />

was held in the new Palm Room .of the U.S. Grant Hotel ..<br />

Sharilyn McSwan ... rally ,chairman award, Noel Smith ...<br />

Dorothy O'Laughlin, Alpha Chi Omega, was Miss Shipwreck<br />

ddi F" h special<br />

band president's award went to E Ie IS er ...<br />

Vote Fudnick for Vice.<br />

... Caval/eria Rusticana, one act opera performed by Music<br />

Department ... Pledge Chariot Races, again won by the<br />

ki T Y McPeak and Terry<br />

service keys went to Jay Gutows I, on<br />

LaUr! itsen .. , th e SDSC band provided entertainment ...<br />

This bargain revoked at any time<br />

mighty men of Sigma Chi<br />

The hands that rule the world.<br />

Gimme an "A"<br />

man,<br />

A <strong>Del</strong> Sud staffer [ust walked by


..<br />

SPRI<br />

SING<br />

G


SUE HAUGEN<br />

Sigma Chi<br />

YVONNE LEVEQUE<br />

Phi Sigma<br />

Kappa ---_.-------...,<br />

OLGA ANGUS<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha<br />

JOHANNA BILLINGS<br />

Sigma Alpha Epsilon<br />

JACKIE PAUL<br />

Zeta Beta Tau<br />

A. K. JONES<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

YVONNE MOLLISON<br />

Tau Kappa Epsilon<br />

BARBARA<br />

RICHARDS<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

BLUE<br />

BOOK<br />

BALL<br />

SHARON FISHER<br />

Kappa Sigma<br />

HARRIET<br />

Theta Chi<br />

PAULARENA<br />

SPRING<br />

251<br />

250<br />

CAROL<br />

Lambda<br />

KARNS<br />

Chi Alpha<br />

JEAN<br />

Kappa<br />

PARLAPIANO<br />

Alpha


ALLEN, GARY A.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Marketing<br />

Minor (None)<br />

Activities: Pi Kappa Tau<br />

ALLER, TIMOTHY<br />

Degree, A.B. (June I<br />

Major: Social Service<br />

Minor, Psychology<br />

AMPARAN, ROBERT<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Major: Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Industrial Arts Club,<br />

eS.T.A.<br />

ANDERSON, JEROME WILLIAM<br />

Degree, A.B. [Jvne]<br />

Major, General<br />

Minor, Screen Arll, Engl"h,<br />

Sociology<br />

Activities: Radio and Televislen<br />

Guild, Aztec Radio Club<br />

ANDERSON, LOLA MAE<br />

OetIr , .5.<br />

Malor, MOr~ lInll<br />

M,nor, (No" I<br />

A(I,v,tles. Pi Ph, Epsilon<br />

ANDERSON, MARTHA A.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Summer)<br />

Major: Laboratory Technique<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

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

Phi Mu Epsilon, W.R.A. Board<br />

ANDERSON, MONICA J.<br />

Degree, B.A. (June)<br />

Maior, Art<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Art Guild<br />

ARAIZA, FRANK JOSEPH<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Chemistry<br />

Minor: Mathematics<br />

Activities, Alpha Mu Gamma<br />

ARAVE, RUSSEll JAMES<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Ma jar, Physics<br />

Minor: Mathematics<br />

ARMENDARIZ, MANUEL Y.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior: Journalism<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, Tau Koppa Epsilon,<br />

Oceotl, Newman Club,<br />

A.S. Council<br />

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ARMSTRONG, CHARLES RICHARD<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Maiar, Physical Education<br />

Minor: Sociology, Recreation<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

ASHBY, GEORGE WILLIAM<br />

Degree, B.S. (June}<br />

Major: Accountting<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Alpha Tau Omega,<br />

Roger Williams Club, Tau Sigma<br />

ATKINSON, MARQUERITE ELAINE<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major: Social Service<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

BAKER, JOHN S.<br />

Degree, AB. [June]<br />

Maior, Speech Arts<br />

Minor: History<br />

Activities, Sigma Chi<br />

BALLANCE, ROBERTGREENJR.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Sigma Chi<br />

BENNER, NEWLON D.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Pi Kappa Alpha,<br />

Tau Sigma<br />

BENNETT, PEGGY LEE<br />

Degree, A.B. (Junel<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Engineering<br />

Activities, Sigma Kappa<br />

BERGERON,ARTHUR LEDGER<br />

Degree, A.B. (Junel<br />

Maior, Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A.,<br />

Industrial Arts Club<br />

BERNARDINI, JAMES VIC10<br />

Deg, ,8.S, (June)<br />

Major, Zoology<br />

M,nor, BOlony<br />

BANCROFT, HAROLD ELDON<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maiar General<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Band, Westminster<br />

Club<br />

BANKS, ADELBART S.<br />

Degree, B.S. [June]<br />

Major: Engineering<br />

Minor, (None I<br />

Activities: American Society of<br />

Civil Engineers<br />

BANKS, JOHN R.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June}<br />

Major: Social Science<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A.,<br />

Phi Alpha Theta<br />

BARENO, VICTOR M.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor: Accounting<br />

Activities: Newman Club,<br />

Tau Sigma<br />

BARNETT, VIRGINIA J.<br />

Degree, AB. (Summer}<br />

Major: Music<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Sigma Alpha Iota<br />

BERTSCHI, CAROL VIRGINIA<br />

Degree, (Feb.)<br />

Major: General<br />

Minor: Secretarial Management,<br />

Psychology, Spanish<br />

Activities: Gamma Phi Beta,<br />

Canterbury Club, Alpha Mu<br />

Gamma, Pi Phi Epsilon<br />

BESSHER,BURKE ALLAN<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Moior, Marketing<br />

Minor: Air Science<br />

BICKLEY, HERBERTT.<br />

Degree, A.B. IFeb.)<br />

Moior, General<br />

Minor: Engineering, .<br />

Mathematics, EconomIcs<br />

Activities, Theta Chi,<br />

College "Y" Club<br />

BLAIR, RICHARD O.<br />

Degree, A.B. (Junel<br />

Maio" General<br />

Minor, Speech<br />

Activitie., Sigma Alpha Epsilon,<br />

Oceotl, Xolctl<br />

BLEAKLY, DOUGLAS M,<br />

o g' ,A 8. (Jun 1<br />

MOlor PublIC Adm,nlStrat,on<br />

MII'Ot, {Non I<br />

A,I'V,II s, Polltltol Sci nc Club,<br />

Inl rn""onol Rela'''mJ 'Iv<br />

BARRATT, BARBARA JEANNE<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major: Social Science<br />

Minor: Economics, History,<br />

Geography<br />

Activities: A.S. Extra-Curricular<br />

Committee<br />

BASSETT,MARJORIE L.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Secretarial Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Transfer from<br />

Abilene Christian College,<br />

Texas, Secretarial Club<br />

BAXTER, DONNA JEAN<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Marketing<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Pi Beta Phi,<br />

Xolotl, Pi Phi Epsilon<br />

BELL, ROBERT EDWARD<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Public Administration<br />

Minor: Economics<br />

Activities, Alpha Phi Alpha<br />

BELlIAEF, ALEXANDER FEDEAN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior, Spanish<br />

Minor: History<br />

BOEH, CHARLES ANTHONY<br />

Degree, A.B. (Summer)<br />

Major: Social Science<br />

Minor (None)<br />

BOLDEN, DONALD A.<br />

Degree, AB. (Feb.) .<br />

Major: Business EducatIOn<br />

Minor, (None) . CST A<br />

Activities: Pi Omega PI, ....<br />

BOOTH, W. ROGER<br />

Degree, A.B. (Summer)<br />

Major, General<br />

Minar, (None)<br />

Activities: Pi Omega Pi,<br />

C.S.T.A.<br />

BOUCIER, DONALD ROBERT<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Industrial. Arts<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Attivities, Industrial Arts Club<br />

BRACKEN, JUDITH LEE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Malar, Edutolion<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, c.S.T.A,<br />

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BRADDOCK, MARVIN THOMAS<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Marketing<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Kappa Sigma,<br />

Oceotl, Golf Team<br />

BRANCH, WILLIAM B.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

BRASHEAR, WILLIAM JAMES<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Political Science<br />

Minor: Air Science<br />

BREAU, JOSEPH E.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Newman Club,<br />

Tau Sigma<br />

BRENGLE, ALAN SEYMOUR<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Electronics Engineering<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Sigma Pi Sigma,<br />

Engineers Assn., Institute<br />

of Radio Engineers<br />

BUNKER, GEORGIA<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major, Physical Education<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, W.R.A, Aztec Bond<br />

BURNS, WILLIAM LEO<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Major, Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, Physical Science<br />

BUTLER,ARTHUR FRANKLIN, JR.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Sum.)<br />

Mojor, Business Monagement<br />

Minor, INone)<br />

Activities, Kappa Sigma<br />

BUTLER, BEVERLYJOAN<br />

Degl e, A.B. (F b.)<br />

Malar, Cdvcalion<br />

Minor, Social Sd nc<br />

AClivili s, Alpha Phi, Jr,<br />

Ponh.11 nrc, Koppo 0 Ito PI,<br />

Spring Sing Chanman,<br />

A.W,S. Boord<br />

BRENT, BOBBY MACK<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor, INane!<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma<br />

BROWN, BARBARA ANN<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities: Pi Beta Phi<br />

BROWN, C. DOUGLAS, II<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Alpha Tau Omega<br />

BROWN, CAROLYN MARIE<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Secretarial Management<br />

Minor, (Non.e)<br />

Activities, Newman Club,<br />

Secretarial Club<br />

BROWN, J. RICHARD<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior, English<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Pi Kappa Alpha<br />

CALVIN, MARGARET M.<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Sciences<br />

Activities, Alpha Chi Omega,<br />

C.S.T.A., Canterbury Club<br />

CAMPBELL, JULIUS T.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June}<br />

Ma [or. Sociology<br />

Minor: Economics<br />

Activities, A.M.S. Pres., Kappa.<br />

Alpha Psi Pres., A.M.S. Council,<br />

Blue Key, who's Who, Oceotl,<br />

Xalotl, Roger Williams Club, Tau<br />

Sigma, Alpha Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta, Red<br />

Book Editor, Alpha PhIOmega<br />

CAMPBELL, ROBYN MOORE, JR.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June}<br />

Me jar: Accounting<br />

Minor, (None!<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma,<br />

Phi Sigma Kappa<br />

CARACCIOLO, THOMAS A.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Mojor, Psychology<br />

Minor: Air Science<br />

Activities, Kappa Sigma,<br />

Xalotl, Arnold Air Society<br />

CA~lSEN. CARL A.<br />

Degr e' B.S. (Jun I<br />

Malar, Market",g<br />

Minor, (NOMI<br />

Activ,I,es, Pi Kappa Alpha,<br />

Tau Sigma<br />

BROWNE, ROBERT M.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, English<br />

Minor: History<br />

Activities: Tau Kappa Epsilon,<br />

Men's Glee, Aztec Concert Choir<br />

BROWNING, ELVINA E.<br />

Degree, AB. [Feb.]<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon,<br />

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

BRUNSON, DOUGLAS VERE<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major, Marketing<br />

Minor, INone}<br />

Activities, Pi Kappa Alpha,<br />

Arnold Air Society<br />

BRYCE, DOUGLAS RAE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June!<br />

Maior: Social Science<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

BUCK, MARIE LOUISE<br />

Degree, A B. (June)<br />

Maior: Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A.<br />

CARLSON, DARRELL D.<br />

Degree, AB. (Feb.!<br />

Major: General<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

CARLSON, HELEN JOAN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June!<br />

Maior: Educatio~<br />

Minor: Social SCience<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A.,<br />

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

CARROLL, JAMES E.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Ac.tivities: Tau Sigma,<br />

Newman Club<br />

CARROLL, SHIRLEY RAE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Education .<br />

Minor: Social Studies<br />

Activities, C.S.LA.<br />

CARTER, JOHN R.<br />

Degree, B.S. [June]<br />

Maior, Accounting<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

Acnvitles: Tau Sigmo,<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

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CARTER, THOMAS WILLIAM<br />

Degree, A.B. (Jun.e)<br />

Major: Economics<br />

Minor: Business Management<br />

Activities, Pi Kappa Alpha,<br />

Varsity Track<br />

CATHCART,JACQUELINE LOUISE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities: Gamma Phi Beta,<br />

Panhellenic, Cap and Gawn,<br />

Cetza, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi,<br />

A. W.S. Board<br />

CAWTHON, EDGAR A.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Industrial Arts<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Tau Kappa Epsilor<br />

I. A. Club<br />

CHAMBERLAIN, BETTY·BOBB<br />

Degree, B. Ed. (Feb.)<br />

Maior: Social Science<br />

Minor: Home Economics<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A.,<br />

Home Ecanamics Club<br />

CHAPARRO, JOHN<br />

Major, Physics<br />

Degree, B.S. [Feb.]<br />

Minor: Air Science<br />

Activities: Sigma Pi Sigma,<br />

I.R.E., Arnold Air Society,<br />

Alpha Tau Omega<br />

CONCEPCION, FILEMON F., JR<br />

Degree, B.S. {June!<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor: Economics<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma<br />

COOPER, DALE C.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Industrial Monagement<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma<br />

COX, RICHARD LOWELL<br />

D gree, A.B. (Jun I<br />

Maior, Pollticol Sci nc<br />

Minor, Geography<br />

CR II.IN, THOMAS OAt<br />

o r I A B. (Jun )<br />

Mojor Sf ch Alt<br />

M,no" INo" I<br />

CHAVANNES, EDNA A.<br />

Degree, A. B. (June)<br />

Maior: Journalism<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Public Relations for<br />

Church<br />

CHRISTIANSEN, DISA LINNEA<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Maior: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A.<br />

CLARK, JEANNE MARIE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Social Service<br />

Minar, Psychology<br />

CLARKE, FRANK E.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Business Education<br />

Minor, INone)<br />

Activities, Sigma Alpha Epsilon<br />

CLAYTON, MARGARET JOAN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Physical Educatian<br />

Minor: life Science<br />

Activities, Tennis Club,<br />

Newman Club<br />

CUFF, EDITH NEGRONI<br />

Degree, A. B. (June)<br />

Ma [or. General<br />

Minor: Business Education,<br />

Spanish<br />

CURRY, MELVIN EARL, JR.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Mathematics<br />

Minor, Physics<br />

Activities: Sigma Pi,<br />

Varsity Basketball Manager<br />

DAHMS, GERALD CONRAD<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Physical Education<br />

Mino" Speech Arts<br />

Activities, Koppa Alpha<br />

DAKINS, MALCOLM THOMAS<br />

Degree, A.B. (Ju"el<br />

Mo [or. Acceunting<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities. Tau Sigmo<br />

DANA, WALTER DEA<br />

Degree, A. 8. (Jun I<br />

MOIO" PolJtlcol Stl nee<br />

Mmor Economics<br />

CLOSE, GORDON R.<br />

Degree, B.S. [June]<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

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CLOUSE, JAMES R.<br />

Degree, A. B. (June)<br />

Major: Social Science<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi,<br />

C.S.T.A.<br />

COlBY, ROBERTELLIOT<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Geology<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>to Sigma Phi<br />

COMPTON, DON FRANKLIN<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Maior, Accounting<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

Activities, Tau Sigma<br />

CONBOY, JAMES JOSEPH<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Mojo" Education .<br />

Minor, Sociol Studies<br />

DAVIS, FRANK<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Georgaphy<br />

Minor: Political Science<br />

Activities, Alpha Tau Omega,<br />

Xolotl<br />

DAViS, JOHN<br />

Degree, A.B. {June}<br />

Major: Social Service<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

Activities: Alpha Tau Omega,<br />

Pres., Political Science Club<br />

DEAN. WINFIELD ALBERT<br />

Degree, A.B. [Feb.]<br />

Major, Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

DE LOS COBOS, FREDERICK<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Psychology<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

DENDLE, ANITA M.<br />

Degree, A. B. IJune)<br />

Major, English<br />

Minor: History<br />

Activities: Home Economics Club,<br />

Christian Science Organization<br />

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DE SILVA, ROGERCONANT<br />

Degree, B.S. [Feb]<br />

Major: Business Education<br />

Minor: Economics<br />

DEUEL, BUNEVA MARIE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June}<br />

,lAo jar, English<br />

Minor (None)<br />

DEXTER, DONALD D.<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minar, (None)<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma<br />

DICKINSON, WALLACE EDWIN<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Major:· Business Education<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

Activities: Pi Omega Pi<br />

DICKSON, DONNA D.<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Maior, Art<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

Activities, Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

Cetza, A.W.S. Board, Cap and<br />

Gown, Panhellenic, Art Guild<br />

EBERHARDT, DUANE ORRIN<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune}<br />

Major: Physics<br />

Minor: Mathematics<br />

ECKLAR, JAMES TAYLOR<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Major, Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, INane}<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A.,<br />

Industrial Arts Club<br />

EDWARDS, ROBERTEUGENE<br />

Degree: A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Social Service<br />

Minor, Psychology, Economics<br />

ELLIOTT, PHIL DOWLING<br />

Degr •• A.B, (Jun.)<br />

Molar. Political Sci nc.<br />

Minor. Air Selene<br />

Actlvllles. Bond Chorus<br />

ERWIN, V tn D A<br />

Dog. ,A,B, (Jull I<br />

MOlor, Industrial Ar;'<br />

Minor. Sp ch Arts<br />

ACllvltJ s, Blu .y, Oco II,<br />

Vlco Pr lid III a A,S., Industrial<br />

Arll Club, Alpha lou Om e,<br />

Lo. BulOI<br />

DILLON, EDWARD GATES<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Major, Psychology<br />

Minor INane)<br />

DILLON, LOIS MAY<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Major: General<br />

Minor: Home Economics,<br />

Physical Education,<br />

Elementary Education<br />

DISNEY, RICHARD F.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Physical Education<br />

Minor, Social Studies<br />

DOOLEY, JOHN P.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Political Science<br />

Minor: Economics, Sociology,<br />

Phychology<br />

Activities, Political Science Club<br />

DOUGLASS, MURIEL WATSON<br />

Degree, A.B. [June)<br />

Major, Psychology<br />

Minor: Elementary Education,<br />

Social Science<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A.<br />

ESSER,CHARLES KING<br />

Degree: A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Psychology<br />

Minor: INane}<br />

ESTEY,KATHRYN M.<br />

Degree: A.B. (June!<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Speech Correction<br />

Activities: Vice President of<br />

Alpha Phi, Chairman of Blue<br />

Book Ball Publicity Committee<br />

EVANS, WILLIAM LELAND<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Engineering<br />

Minar, (None!<br />

Activities, Presiden.t of Alpha<br />

Tau Omega, los BUIOS,<br />

Society of Automotive Engineers,<br />

AFROTC<br />

EVANS, WilliAM THOMAS<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Maior, Engineering<br />

Minor, Mathematici<br />

FABIAN, CHARLES E.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Moiar, Personnel Management<br />

Minor, (Nonel<br />

DOWLING, WILLIAM LAWRENCE<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Major: Social Science<br />

Minor, INane!<br />

DRIUSSI, JESSEJOSEPH<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Busin.ess Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Tau Kappa Epsilon<br />

DUDLEY, RICHARD D.<br />

Degree, B.S. [Sum.]<br />

Major: Engineering<br />

Minor: Mathematics<br />

Activities, Tau Kappa Epsilon,<br />

Editor of Aztec Engineer<br />

DURNIAN CHARLES JOSEPH, JR.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor, (None!<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma<br />

EASTMAN, RICHARD OWEN<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Major: Physics<br />

Minor, INane I<br />

FERRIS, JOSEPH G.<br />

Degree, B.S. IFeb.)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor: INane)<br />

Activities: Newman Club,<br />

Tau Sigma, Phi Sigma Kappa<br />

FILE, NORMA IRENE<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Maior, Laboratory Technique<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Xolotl, Alpha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

Cap and Gown, American .<br />

Chemistry Society, ponhellenlc,<br />

President of Phi Mu Epsilon<br />

FlliPPONl, ALFONSO LUIGI<br />

Degree: B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Insurance<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: President of<br />

Newman Club<br />

FINCH, WILLIAM KNUTE<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minar: (None)<br />

Activities: Sigma Pi, Newman<br />

Club, Tau Sigma. Symphony<br />

Orchestra, Bross Choir,<br />

Marching Band<br />

FIRESTONE,SEVERIN STANLEY<br />

Degree, 8.5. (June)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma<br />

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FISHER, SHARON LYNN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major; Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities: Secretary of Xolotl,<br />

Pres. Pi Beta Phi, C.S.T.A., Vice<br />

Pres. Senior Class, Panhellenic,<br />

Cetza, Cap and Gown, Who's<br />

Who, Belle of Blue Book Ball '53<br />

FISHER, WALTER R.<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Major, Speech Arts<br />

Minor: Air Science<br />

Activities, Blue Key, C.S.T.A.,<br />

Arnold Air Society, Theater Guild<br />

FISHMAN, NOEL HERBERT<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Zoology<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: President of Zeta<br />

Beta Tau, Blue Key, Oceotl,<br />

Xolotl, Phi Sigma Xi<br />

FITZPATRICK, ERNESTINA M.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi,<br />

C.S.T.A.<br />

FLAHERTY, BERNARD<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Physical Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Kappa Sigma,<br />

Varsity Football<br />

FREEMAN, SAMUEL LAWRENCE<br />

Degree, A.B. IFeb.)<br />

Major, Sociology<br />

Minor: Air Science<br />

FREEMAN, WM. RAWLINGS<br />

Degree: A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Political Science<br />

Minor: Economics<br />

Activities: Kappa Sigma<br />

FURRIER,JULIUS ANDREW<br />

Degree, B.S. [June]<br />

Major: Banking and Finance<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

GAL, ROBERTT.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Junel<br />

Major, Accounting<br />

Minor: Air Science<br />

Activities: Arnold Air Society<br />

GALE, PRISCILLA JEAN<br />

Degree. A, B. IJune)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: English<br />

Activities: <strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta, C.S.T.A.<br />

FLEMING, PETERALAN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Economics<br />

Min.or, Chemistry<br />

Activities, Kappa Sigma<br />

FLINN, ROBERTDYALL<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Journalism<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Alpha Phi Gamma,<br />

Aztec Staff, Varsity Wrestling<br />

FLOURIE, EDITH ELIZABETH<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Ma jar, French<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, Newman Club, Cap<br />

and Gown, German Club, Alpha<br />

Mu Gamma<br />

FOREMAN, JACK R.<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Major, Social Service<br />

Minar, Psychology<br />

Activities, Tau Kappa Epsilon<br />

FOSTER, BEVERLY JEAN<br />

Degree, A. B. (June)<br />

Ma jar: Education<br />

Minor: English<br />

Activities, Alpha Chi Omega,<br />

Secretary of Senior Class,<br />

Newman Club, C.S.T.A.<br />

GALE, LAI RD HOUSEL<br />

Degree: B.S. IJune)<br />

Major: Chemistry<br />

Minor: (None)<br />

GALLlN, ALVIN L.<br />

Degree, M.A. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Personnel Supervision.<br />

and Training<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma<br />

GAllUCCI, FRANK G.<br />

Degree: A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Speech Arts<br />

Minor, Sociology<br />

Activities: Kappa Sigma,<br />

cheerleader, rally chairman,<br />

Radio and T.V. Guild, radio<br />

show "Aztec Quarter Hour"<br />

KBAB<br />

GARCIA, ARTHUR S.<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Major: Chemistry<br />

Minor: Mathematics<br />

Activities: American Chemical<br />

Society<br />

GARDNER, HARRIET EMILY<br />

Degree: A.B. [Feb.]<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

FOSTER, JERRY LEE<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Business Management<br />

Minor, Political Science<br />

Activities: Sigma Pi<br />

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FOSTER,WILLIAM RAYMOND<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Maior: Business Management<br />

Minor, (Nonel<br />

Activities, Tau Sigma<br />

FOWLER, BETIY<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb,)<br />

Major, Social Science<br />

Minor, Spanish<br />

Activities, Alpha Mu Gamma<br />

FREEBERN,Charles l.<br />

Degree: A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Music<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Kappa Sigma, Oceotl,<br />

Xolotl, Phi Mu Alpha,<br />

Drum Major, Band<br />

FREEMAN, EDGAR F.<br />

Degree: B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minar: INane)<br />

GAUGHEN, MARTIN E.<br />

Degree: A.B. (June)<br />

Maior: General<br />

Minor: (None)<br />

Activities: Kappa Alpha Order,<br />

Los Buzas, Fight Night Boxing<br />

Champion 1954<br />

GIARDE, PATRICIA HELEN<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Pre-social<br />

Minor: (None)<br />

Activities: YM-YW, Westminster<br />

Club, Quetzal Hall sec.<br />

GILLESPIE,MARY JO<br />

Degree, A.B. {June}<br />

Major: Mathematics<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Transferred from Reed College,<br />

Portland, Oregon<br />

GLINES, ROBERTCLAIR<br />

Degree: A.B. IFeb.)<br />

Major, English<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

Activities: C.S.T.A. vice-pres.<br />

GIPSON, KITIY S.<br />

Degree, A.B. (JuneJ<br />

Major: Education.<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Quetzal Hall<br />

263


GOODWIN, DONNA FERN<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor, Speech Arts<br />

Activities, Modern Dance Club<br />

GRAF, LUDI H.<br />

Degree, B.S. [Surn.]<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

GRAVES, RALPH W.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June!<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

GRAY, ALYCE G.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, English<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Sigma Kappa, W.R.A.<br />

treasurer, Wesley Club, Treble<br />

Clef, chorus<br />

GRAY, SHIRLE ANN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Sigma Kappa<br />

president<br />

HALVORSON, JOHN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior: Economics<br />

Minor, Political Science<br />

Activities, SiIJma Pi<br />

HAMELEHLE, IRENE HELEN<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Maior: Home Econ.omics<br />

Minor, (None!<br />

Activities, Home Economics Club<br />

HAMILTON, JOAN MARIE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June!<br />

Malar, English<br />

Minor, Philosophy, History<br />

Activittes. Alpha Mu Gamma,<br />

English Club<br />

HAMMOC , PAUL R X<br />

o gr ,A.B, (Jvn I<br />

Major. fngli."<br />

M,no" Air ScI nc ,Sp ch Ar1f<br />

ActiVities, cppe Sigma,<br />

Inl r·Frol rnlty Council, OCOOII,<br />

Arnold Air Sod ty, AFROTe<br />

Drill T om Commond r<br />

[(<br />

GREEN, MARGARET E.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi<br />

GREEN, PATRICIA M.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior, Pre-law<br />

Activities, Phi Alpha Theta<br />

GREENE, WiLLIAM ALBERT<br />

Degree, A.B. (Sum.)<br />

Maior, Psychology<br />

Minor: French, Life Science<br />

Activities: C.S.T.A., varsity<br />

gymnastics<br />

GRIFFIN, BAYARD F. JR.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Marketing<br />

Min.or: Economics<br />

GROSSHER, RALPH<br />

Degree, B.S. [Surn.]<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi,<br />

Phi Mu Alpha<br />

HART, MARCIA LOUISE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Me jar: Mathematics<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Wesley Club,<br />

Inter-Protestant and Anglican<br />

Council<br />

HARTWICK, ROSEMARYANN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Ma [or. Education<br />

Minor, Geography<br />

Activities: Aztec Concert Choir<br />

HARVEY, MILTON M. JR.<br />

Degree, A.B. [Feb.]<br />

Ma [or: Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, Band, Rolly Chairman,<br />

pep band, M.E.N.C. pres., Phi<br />

Mu Alpha<br />

HAUGEN, RUTH SUSANNE<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Maior, English<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

Activities, Kappa Alpha Theta<br />

HAYDON, GEORGE FRAN<br />

o gree, A.B. (June)<br />

Malo" Economics<br />

Mlno" Palltkol Science<br />

I, •<br />

"<br />

GUDMUNDSON, MARVIN L.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Tau Kappa Epsilon,<br />

Arnold Air Society,<br />

R.O.T.C., Blue Key<br />

264<br />

HAAS, JAMES L.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Journalism<br />

Minor, Psychology<br />

Activities, Aztec Staff, I.V.C.F.,<br />

Roger Williams Club, Press Club,<br />

B.S.U., Inter-Faith Council<br />

HAGER, LARRY GENE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, French<br />

Minor, Spanish<br />

Activities, Alpha Mu Gamma<br />

HAITSUKE, DOROTHY M.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi<br />

HALSTEAD, JOHN HENRY<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maiar, Psychology<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

HAYES, PATRICIA M. (Mrs.)<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Ma [or. Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Aztec Cadettes<br />

HAYES, THOMAS FRANCIS JR.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None) .<br />

Activities, Theta Chi, Tau Sigma<br />

HAYNES, KATHLEENL.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June!<br />

Major: Home' Economics<br />

Minor:<br />

Business<br />

HEATH, WILLIAM DALE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Physical Education<br />

Minor: History<br />

HELVEY, BUFORDG.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior: Sociol Science<br />

Minor: life Science<br />

265


HERBERT,DONALD EUGENE<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Major: Engineering<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

HILE, CHARLES EUGENE<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Major: Social Service<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

Activities, Political Science Club<br />

HI RTENSTEINER,ROBERTCULLEN<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

Activities: Kappa Sigma<br />

HOFFER, ORLA SILAS<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Maiar, Engineering<br />

Minor: Economics<br />

Activities: Engineers' Association<br />

treas., Automotive Engineers'<br />

Society<br />

HOGAN, MELVIN WAYNE<br />

Degree, A.B. ISum.)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor, Physical Education<br />

HUTCHISON, THOMAS A.<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Major, Physics<br />

Minor: Mathematics<br />

Activities, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,<br />

I.R.E.<br />

IMPINK, CARL ANTHONY<br />

Degree, B.S. (June!<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor: Ai r Service<br />

Activities, Arnold Air Society<br />

JEPSON,MARCELLABOWERS<br />

Degree, A. B, (Junel<br />

Major, Educotion<br />

Minor, General Science<br />

Activities, Wesley Club, C,S.T,A.<br />

JOHNSON, ALAN H,<br />

Degreet ,0..8. IJune)<br />

Molar, Art<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Kappa Sigma<br />

JOHNSON, rtO~tN<br />

D gf I A 8. (Jun I<br />

Molar' Music<br />

Minor< lNon I<br />

E rox<br />

HOLMBERG, MARVIN RICHARD<br />

Degree, B.S. ISum.)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, INane}<br />

HOPPER,JOAN CECILIA<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Maior, Laboratory Technique<br />

Minar, INane)<br />

Activities, Phi Mu Epsilon,<br />

Xalotl [vice-pres.)<br />

HOUGH, GLORIA JANET<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, M.E.N.C., Canterbury<br />

Club, C.S.T.A.<br />

HOUSE, ROBERTJOHN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, A.S. Pres.,<br />

Commissioner of Finance, A.M.S.<br />

treas., Sigma Pi, IFC, Blue Key,<br />

Oceotl, Athletics Board<br />

chairman, Lectures and<br />

Assemblies comm., C.S.T.A.,<br />

Men's Glee Club, Who's Who<br />

HOUSENGA, H. JACK<br />

Degree, A.B, IJune)<br />

Major, Marketing<br />

Minor, INone)<br />

JOHNSON, MARSHALL LARRY<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Major: Personnel Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma, Married<br />

Students' Assoc. <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste,<br />

Aztec Staff, Political Science<br />

Club<br />

JOHNSON, NORMA ALBERTA<br />

Degree, A.B, iJunel<br />

Major, Physical Education<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

Activities: Physical<br />

Education Majors' Club<br />

JOHNSON, PATRICIA<br />

Degree, A,B. ISum.1<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, Alpha Phi, Cetza<br />

JOHNSON, ROBERTN,<br />

Degree, B.S, /June)<br />

Major, Chemistry<br />

Minor: (Nonel<br />

Activities, Alpha Tau Omega,<br />

Men's Glee Club,<br />

American Chemical Society<br />

JOHNSON, WALTER LEE<br />

Degree. A,B. (Junel<br />

Major, Generol<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Tou Koppo Epsil,m<br />

HUBBS, ERNESTLEE<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Maior: Social Science<br />

Minor: Life Science, General<br />

Science<br />

266<br />

HUNT, JAMES O.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Physical Education<br />

Activities, Lambda Chi Alpha,<br />

track, cross country, Blue Key I<br />

Director of Intramurals<br />

HUNTER, DEAN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Sociology<br />

Minor: Air Science<br />

Activities: Sigma Chi, Aztec Ski<br />

Club president<br />

HURST, GEORGE GORDON<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Maior: Economics<br />

Minor, Philosophy<br />

Activities, Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

trees. Lutheran Studen.ts<br />

Association<br />

HUSSONG, ALLAYNE JANET<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor, Speech Correction<br />

Activities: C.S.I.A., Brecas,<br />

lnter-Vorstty Christian<br />

Fellowship<br />

JONES, A. K.<br />

Degree, A,B, [June]<br />

Ma [or. Education<br />

Minar, English<br />

Activities, Alpha Chi Omega,<br />

Xolotl, Newman Club,<br />

Constitutions Cornm., Treble<br />

Clef, C.S.T.A.<br />

JOSSELYN, JAY ARTHUR<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Major, Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi,<br />

Industrial Arts Club<br />

JOURNEY, EUGENE<br />

Degree, A. B. [June]<br />

Maior, Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A. pres"<br />

Industrial Arts Club vlce-pres.<br />

and sec,<br />

JOYCE, CLAUDE CLINTON<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Maior: Accounting<br />

Minor, {None)<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma<br />

KASHIMA, TETSUYO<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Major, Zoology<br />

Minor, Chemistry<br />

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KEITHLY, MERLIN CLYDE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Personnel Management<br />

Minor, (None) •<br />

Activities, Theta Chi, Tau Sigma<br />

KELLY, BARBARA J.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: History<br />

Activities, Pi Beta Phi, C.S.T.A.<br />

KIEL, CHARLESPATRICK<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Industrial Management<br />

Minor: Accounting<br />

Activities, Tau Kappa Epsilon<br />

KING, GORDON lESTER<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Maior, General<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Alpha Phi Omega,<br />

Phi Sigma Kappa<br />

KING, THOMAS S.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Maior: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Sigma Alpha Epsilon<br />

LAB, ELIZABETH M.<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Maior, Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Epsilon,<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi, Pi Theta<br />

secretary<br />

LAGAGE, CHARLESFREDERICK<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Maior, life Science<br />

Minor: Mathematics<br />

Activities, Pi Kappa Alpha<br />

LAGLE, EILEENW.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June]<br />

Maior, General<br />

Minor: Art, Business, Home<br />

Economics<br />

Activities, Alpha Chi Omega,<br />

Cetza, A.W.S. board, Art Guild<br />

lAMOREAUX, PAUL<br />

o gl • AB. (J .. " )<br />

MOjar I Ch mll1ty<br />

MIMOll Bv,in is<br />

Acllvlll s, ~Igma Alpha p Illtn,<br />

Am nccn Ch mlgy<br />

Minor. Ch m,.lry<br />

Act,.,li s: Pi appa Alpha<br />

KOLUVEK, EMILY R.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Laboratory Technique<br />

Minor, (None!<br />

Activities, Phi Mu Epsilon<br />

268<br />

KOWAL, JAY<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: General Business<br />

Minor, Psychology<br />

Activities, Sigma Chi<br />

KRUMHOlZ, THOMAS JEROME<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

KUBE, JEAN CAROLINE<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Personnel Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

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

KURTZ, MARY E.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor, Social Science, Home<br />

Economics<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A., Home<br />

Economics Club<br />

LEPPERT,NORMA JEAN<br />

Degree, A.B. {June!<br />

Ma jar, Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A., Xolotl,<br />

Chai rman of Scripps Cottage,<br />

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

LEVEQUE, YVONNE<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Marketing<br />

Minor, (None) Chi<br />

Activities, A.W.S. Board, I<br />

Omega treas. and vice-pres.<br />

LEWIS, JACK E.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June!<br />

Maior: Economics<br />

Minor: Sociology<br />

Activities, Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

Tau Sigma<br />

lIMBACHER, DAVID LOUIS<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Physics<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Sigma Chi, I.R.E.,<br />

Sigma Pi Sigma, Student-Faculty<br />

Housing Committee<br />

lINOSAY, Bill EUGENE<br />

Oegree: A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Induslriul Arts Club<br />

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LOCKWOOD, JOHN GORDON<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Public Administration<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Political Science Club<br />

LONG, JERETH R.<br />

Degree, A. B. (June)<br />

Major, Marketing<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Alpha Phi<br />

LORITZ, RICHARD PHILIP<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

"'\ajer: Accounting<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Newman Club,<br />

MacDONALD, WALTER<br />

Degree, M.A. (Sum.)<br />

Major: Personnel Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

MacGUI RE, RUTH<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Moior, Education<br />

Minor, Physical Education<br />

Activities, Physical Education<br />

Major's and Minor's Club,<br />

Modern Dance Club, California<br />

Music Educator's Association<br />

MACKIE, MARJORIE<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Laboratory Technique<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Phi Mu Epsilon,<br />

Phi Sigma Xi, Wesley Club<br />

MADSEN, KAY W.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Maior: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi,<br />

Oceotl, Xolotl, Deseret Club<br />

MALLINGER, ETHEL<br />

Degree, A.B. (Sum.)<br />

Major, Speech<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities: Theatre Guild,<br />

Hillel, Brocas<br />

MALLON, CHARLES<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Physics<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: I.R.E. treo s., Sigma<br />

Pi Sigma<br />

MALLOY, DONALD<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Social Science<br />

Activities, S.D.S.C. Soiling Team,<br />

president Pi Kappa Alpha,<br />

vice-president Pi Kappa Alpha,<br />

secretary Arnold Air Society<br />

MANSFIELD, PAULINE<br />

Degree, A. B. (June)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Alpha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta.<br />

C.S.T.A.<br />

MANLY, EMILY<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Major, English<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Wesley Club, Alpha<br />

Mv Gamma<br />

MARKS, HAMPTON<br />

Degree, A.B. ISum.)<br />

Major, Industrial Arts<br />

Minor: Business Education<br />

Activities, Ind. Arts Club,<br />

C.B.R.A.<br />

MARTEENY, C. DENNIS<br />

Degree, B.S. (Sum.)<br />

Maior: Accounting<br />

Minor, INone)<br />

Activities, Tau Sigma<br />

MARTIN, RICHARD<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune}<br />

Major, Life Science<br />

Minor, History<br />

McMICHAEL, ROBERT<br />

Degree, A. B. (June)<br />

Maior, Psychology<br />

Minor, Sociology<br />

Activities, Kappa Sigma, Psi Chi<br />

McSWAN, SHARILYN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, English<br />

Minor, P.E. and History .<br />

Activities, Vice-pres. Alpha Phi,<br />

vice-pres., Service chairman<br />

A.W.S., treas. Cop and Gown,<br />

W. R.A. Boord, Phi Alpha Theta<br />

McTEAR, ANNE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Geography<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

MERCER,MARY ANN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Moior, English<br />

Minor: History<br />

Activities, Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

MERRITI, WILLIAM<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Social Service<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

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MESKU, IRENE<br />

Degree, A. B. IJune}<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

MICKElSON, JOAN B.<br />

Degree, A.B. (JuneJ<br />

Major, Pre-Socicloqy<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Kappa Alpha Theta<br />

MIHALKA, ELAINE<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Secretarial Managemen.t<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Newman Club, Iri-S<br />

MILLER, WAYNE<br />

Degree, A.B. ISum.)<br />

Maior: Political Science<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

MILNE, ALICE SOUTH<br />

Degree, Education IJune}<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

MOSS, GERALD<br />

Degree, B.S. (Sum.)<br />

Major, Accounting<br />

Minar, INone}<br />

Activities, Sigma Chi, Blue Key,<br />

Oceotl, Xolatl<br />

MUNDT, DALLAS<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Major, Accounting<br />

Minor, INane}<br />

MYERS, DONALD<br />

Degree, B.S. ISum.)<br />

Maior, Chemistry<br />

Minar, Mathematics<br />

Activities: Sigma Pi Treasurer,<br />

Pres., Treas. Student Affiliate<br />

of American Chemical Socioty<br />

NASlANO, SHEILA<br />

D 0' ,A.B. (Jun I<br />

Malar Att<br />

M,nor ngl, h<br />

AC1IVlt, I Soc. N wMon Club,<br />

S . An Guild, Int dolth p.,<br />

Trons! r f'om Coldw II Call 0<br />

MINNIS, CHARLOTTE<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Maiar, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi<br />

MINNIS, ROBERT W.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June]<br />

Major, life Science<br />

Minar, Health Education<br />

Activities: Sigma Pi,<br />

Treasurer Phi Sigma Xi<br />

MISHNE, ALAN SANFORD<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Psychology<br />

Minor, (None]<br />

Activities: Pres. J.F.C., Pres.<br />

Blue Key, Pres. Xolatl, Pres.<br />

Zeta Beta Tau, A.S. Council,<br />

Oceotl, Homecoming Chairman,<br />

Aztec Shops Board, A.S. Finance<br />

Committee, Senior Class Pres.<br />

MOEBIUS, JOHN<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Major: Insurance<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

MOLLISON, YVONNE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

. Ma jar, Education<br />

Minar, Social Science<br />

Activities, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta, Cetza,<br />

Rally Committee<br />

MONEll, GARY<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Major, Social Science<br />

Minor, Health<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A., Phi Alpha<br />

Theta, Pres., Treas. l.S.A.<br />

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MONTGOMERY,<br />

ROBERT<br />

MOORE, NANCY<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta, Phi Upsilon, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Pi, C.S.TA<br />

MOORE, REITA<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, General<br />

Minor, English, Home Ec,<br />

Health Education<br />

MORSE, JACK<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, General<br />

Minor: None<br />

Activities, Transfer from<br />

Brigham Young U.<br />

NORRIS, EUGENE<br />

Degree, B.S, (Junel<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor: Business Management<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma,<br />

Junior Achievement<br />

NORTH, RICHARD<br />

Degree, A.B. IFeb.1 .<br />

Maiar, physical EducatIOn<br />

Minar, English<br />

Activities: Koppo Sigma,<br />

Varsity Baseball<br />

O'CONNOR, JOYCE<br />

Degree, A.B. IFeb.}<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: General Science<br />

Activities: Pres. <strong>Del</strong>ta Zeta,<br />

Vice.Pres. c.S.T.A., A.W.S.<br />

Trecs., Xolatl, Newman Club<br />

Panhellenic Council, tnterfoith<br />

Council<br />

O'DEll, ROBERT O.<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Industrial Arts<br />

Minor: None<br />

OHRM, DONNA<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi<br />

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PICKLESIMER, BARBARA<br />

Degree, A. B. (June)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, YW-YMCA, C.S.T.A.,<br />

Jr. Ponhelienic, Panhellenic<br />

Pres., Vice-Pres. A.W.S.,<br />

V.E.C. Chairman<br />

PINKHAM, BARBARA<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities: Sigma Kappa, Pres.<br />

Panhelienic Council, C.S.T.A.,<br />

Wesley Club, <strong>Del</strong>to Mu and Rho<br />

Nu at Washington State College,<br />

Treas. Senior Class S.D.S.C.<br />

POLK, KEITH<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Moior, Music<br />

Mi nor, Ai r Science<br />

Activities, Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

Secretary, Phi Mu Alpha,<br />

Arnold Air Society, Oceotl,<br />

Bond, Orchestra, Brass Choir,<br />

Varsity Tennis<br />

POLK, KENNETH<br />

D gr e, A.B. (June)<br />

Mojor, Sociology<br />

Minor. Air Sci nc<br />

Activities, Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

Comptroll r, Vice· P, s, Oc otl,<br />

Arnold Air Society, Vanity<br />

Tennis, Bond, BrOil, Choir,<br />

Transfer from ArI%ono Stol<br />

(T mpel<br />

POM aV, ICHA 0<br />

POMEROY, WALTER<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Mathematics<br />

Minar, Physics<br />

POOLE, EMERSON<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Maior, Physics<br />

Minor, Math<br />

Activities: President Sigma Pi<br />

Sigma, los Buzos<br />

PORTER, MARY<br />

Degree, A.B. IFeb.1<br />

Maior, Art, Special Secondary<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A., Art Guild<br />

POWELL, DEVEREUX lOV<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Speech ArfJ<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Wesley Club, Allee<br />

Theatre Guild, Transfer from<br />

Texas Christian Unlv.<br />

POWELL, WilLIAM<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Physics<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

PEOPLES, PAULINE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior, English<br />

Minor: Home Ec.<br />

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PETERSON, ANN H.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Business Education<br />

Minor: Secretarial,<br />

Merchandising<br />

Activities, A.W.S. Pres., A.W.S.<br />

vice- pres., A.S. Council Jr. Rep.,<br />

Sec. Alpha Phi, Panhelienic Rep.,<br />

Student.Faculty Publication<br />

Board, Spring Sing Chairman<br />

Miss Dogpatch '54, A.W.S. '<br />

Program Chairman, Who's Who,<br />

C.S.T.A., C.B,E.A.<br />

PFAFF, JOHN E.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Political Science<br />

Minor: History<br />

Activities, Kappa Sigma<br />

PICAIZEN, ADA<br />

Degree, A.B. [June)<br />

Maior, Political Science<br />

Minor, Speech Arts<br />

Activities, Chancelior of Cap and<br />

Gown, Pres. Pi Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

Vice-Pres. Xolotl, Sr. Advisor of<br />

Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta, Forensics,<br />

Debate ond Oratory Winner at<br />

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

Tournament<br />

PICK, LOIS<br />

Degree, A.B. IFeb.)<br />

Maior, Secretarial Management<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, Secretarial Club<br />

President, Vice-Pres., Sec. Pi Phi<br />

Epsilon, W.R.A.<br />

PRINCE, VEDA<br />

Maior, English<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Alpha Chi Omega,<br />

Dessert Club<br />

PRITCHARD, JANET<br />

Degree, A.B. [Surn.]<br />

Major: Recreation<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

PULSI PHER, LEE<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Engineering<br />

Minor, (Nonel<br />

Activities: Advertising Manager<br />

Aztec Engineer, Student Member<br />

I.R.E.<br />

QUAYLE, B. LORRAINE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Mojor: Education.<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, M.E.N.C., C.S.T.A.,<br />

Intervarsity Christian Feliowship<br />

RAINBOLT, JOE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Physical Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

275


RECHT, JAMES RONALD<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Maior,<br />

Minor,<br />

Marketing<br />

(None!<br />

RECKIN, GERAl<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maiar, Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, industrial Arts Club,<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

RENS, LEE EVERETT<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Busin.ess Management<br />

M:nor: Air Science<br />

RICE, THOMAS<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Major: Physical Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major, Physics<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Phi Sigma Kappa<br />

ROSENQUIST, VIRGINIA<br />

Degree, A.B. {June]<br />

Maior: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

ROSS, MARY LOUISE<br />

Degree, A.B. {Peb.l<br />

Major: Social Science<br />

Minor: English<br />

Activities, Trebel Clef, Choral<br />

Club, Soiling Club, Ponhellenic,<br />

A.W.S. Board, Alpha Phi Pres.<br />

ROWAN, EDWARD<br />

Degree, A. B. IJune)<br />

Major: Economlcs<br />

Minor: Polilicol Science<br />

Activities: Newman Club,<br />

Tau<br />

Sigma<br />

RYAN,<br />

DIg,.<br />

Mojof,<br />

Minor,<br />

ROBFRT<br />

A.B. (JuM'!<br />

Pr -Lcw<br />

INoM I<br />

YAN, WIU!AM<br />

o 0' A.B (JYMI<br />

MOIO' MOll II<br />

MoMQr HI' 'y, Philo ph<br />

RICKEY, RONALD<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior,<br />

Minor:<br />

Arts<br />

Chemistry<br />

Air Science, Industrial<br />

Activities; American Chemical<br />

Society, Arnold Air Society,<br />

AFROTC Rifle Team<br />

RIGGINS, BRUCE<br />

Degree, A. B. (June)<br />

Maior, Art<br />

Minor: Drafting<br />

Activities: <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

RIGLER, NATHAN<br />

Degree, B.S. (Jvne]<br />

Mojor, Marketing<br />

Minor, (Nonel<br />

Activities, Lambda Chi Alpha,<br />

Men's Glee Club<br />

ROBERTSON, JACK<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

ROBINSON, Edward<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Industrial Management<br />

Minor, (None!<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma<br />

RODGERS, CAROLYN<br />

Degree, A.B. (June!<br />

Me jar: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities: Transfer from<br />

Occidental<br />

276<br />

ROGERS, GRACE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Political Science<br />

Minor: History, Economics<br />

ROGERS,<br />

LEON<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Moior, Art, Special Secondary<br />

Minor, Psychology .<br />

Activlties. Tau Kappa 'Epsilon,<br />

Treas., Oceotl, Upper Div. Rep.,<br />

A.S. Council, Homecoming<br />

Chairman, Lectures and<br />

Assemblies Committee, Men's<br />

Glee Club<br />

REDMAN, RONALD<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Major, Spanish<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

Activities, Sigma Chi, Golf<br />

Team, Alpha Mu Gamma,<br />

Newman Club<br />

ROSADO, MEDA<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior: General Major<br />

Minor, {None!<br />

Activities, EI Club Aztec,<br />

SCARBOROUGH, OMAR G.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Junel<br />

Moior: Industrial Management<br />

Minor,<br />

INane)<br />

SCHIRMER, CARL L.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior: Banking and Finance<br />

Minor,<br />

Geography<br />

SCHNEIDER, ROlAND E.<br />

Degree, A.B. (Jone]<br />

Maior: Industrial Arts<br />

Minor: Business<br />

Activities: Tau Kappa Epsilon,<br />

Alpha Phi Omega, A.M.S.,<br />

SCHNEIDER, RUTH S.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Major: General Business<br />

Minor, {None}<br />

Activities: Secretarial Club<br />

SCHMIDT, MARY KATHERINE<br />

Degree, A.B. (Summer)<br />

Major: General Major<br />

Mino" (None)<br />

Activities: Treble Clef, Aztec<br />

Choir<br />

Industrial Arts Club<br />

Westminster Club, Home<br />

Economics Club, S.C.L.U.<br />

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SCHWEER,GEORGE W.<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Studies<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A., Phi <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

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

SECKLER,BONNIE J.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Sociology<br />

Minor: Home Economics<br />

Activities: Intervarsity Christian<br />

Fellowship, Home Economics<br />

Club<br />

SEEWALD, CAROl LEE<br />

Degree, A.B. (June]<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, Xolotl, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

Canterbury Club, e.S.T.A.<br />

SEVERIN, NANCY l.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Art<br />

Minor: Home Economics<br />

Activities: Sigma Kappa<br />

SEYMOUR, RICHARD H.<br />

Degree, A.B. (Summer)<br />

Major, Zoology<br />

Minor: History<br />

Activities, Sigma Phi Epsilon,<br />

Oceotl<br />

SHEEHAN, FRANCES M.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Summerl<br />

Major: Accounting<br />

Minor: Business Management<br />

Activities: Pi Phi Epsilon<br />

SHIELDS, ROBERTRICHARD<br />

Degree, A.B. {June]<br />

Malor: Industrial Arts<br />

Minor: French<br />

Activities: Industrial Arts Club,<br />

C.S.T.A., C1.E.A., AVA.,<br />

Housing Committee<br />

SICKELS,VELEDA W<br />

Degree, M.A. IJunel<br />

Major, Psychology<br />

Minor: Sociology<br />

Activities, Psi Chi, Alpha Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta, Psychology Club, Treble<br />

Clef, American Association of<br />

University Women<br />

SIMONS, HELEN<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Mo jar, Psychology<br />

Minor, P.E.<br />

Activities: Psi Chi,<br />

Treble Clef, W. R.A.<br />

SIMPSON, HUGH M.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June!<br />

Moior, Physical Education<br />

Minor, Health Education<br />

Activities, Varsity Football<br />

ST SURE, FRANK A.<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Malar, General<br />

Minor: Economics, History,<br />

Political Science<br />

STAFFORD,E. W.<br />

Degree, A.B. {Sum.l<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi,<br />

e.S.T.A., College "Y"<br />

STAPP, JOHN R.<br />

Degree, B.S. [Feb.]<br />

Moior: Bonking and Finance<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

STATLER,HARRY R.<br />

Degree: B.S. [June!<br />

Major: Pre-low<br />

Minor: (Nonel<br />

Activities: Arnold Air Society<br />

STEPHENSON,OLIVE R.<br />

CeOr e, A.B, IJune!<br />

Mojor: Sociol Service<br />

Minor, (NoneI<br />

Activitl"s, Wesley Club sec.<br />

SITTON, JOHN EDWARD<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Maior: General<br />

Minor: Industrial Arts, Sociology<br />

R.O.T.e.<br />

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SITTON, WAllACE R.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Industrial Arts<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

SMALL, CHARLES WEBSTTR<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.]<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, (Nonel<br />

SMITH, AVERY J.<br />

Degree, AB. (Feb.)<br />

Major, Physical Education<br />

Minor: life Science<br />

SMITH, ROBERT l.<br />

Degree, A.B. ISum.1<br />

Major, Geography<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Spanish Club,<br />

Los Buscodores<br />

STONER, SHIRLEYA.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor, (Nonel<br />

Activities, [None]<br />

SWAN, JAMES W.<br />

SWIFT, DON<br />

SUE, ROBERTK.<br />

Degree: B.S. IJune)<br />

Degree: B.S (June I<br />

STURAK, CARMAN e.<br />

Degree: B.S. (JuneI<br />

Mojor: Business Management<br />

Major: Chemistry<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor: None<br />

Minor: Physics<br />

Major, Speech Arts<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Kappa Sigma<br />

Activities: Phi Sigma Kappa,<br />

Minor, English<br />

Inter Froternity Council<br />

Activities, Alpha Phi, Skull and<br />

Dogger, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta, KARA,<br />

Theatre Guild, Cetzo, Redic T.V.<br />

Guild, Debate Squad 279


TATE, AUDREY E.<br />

Degree, A.B. (Sum)<br />

Maior: Education<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, C.S.T.A., Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta P,<br />

TAYLOR, NORMAN J.<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Maior, Psychology<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

THAXTON, VERA M.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior: Home Economics<br />

Minor, Sociology<br />

Activities, Quetzal Hall, Home<br />

Economics Club, Westminister<br />

Club, Campus Y.<br />

THEILMANN, GLEN P.<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Major; Business Management<br />

Minor, INone)<br />

THIERY, MARGARET l.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

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

WADDELL, WALTER R.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Social Science<br />

Minor, English<br />

Activities, Kappa Sigma<br />

WAECHTER,KENTON G.<br />

Degree, A.B. [Feb.]<br />

Major, Zoology<br />

Minor: Air Science<br />

WALTERS,DONALD F,<br />

Degree, B.S. (June!<br />

Maior, Business Monogement<br />

Minor: [None]<br />

" III 19mo<br />

hi Om go<br />

THOMAS, BOBBY WILSON<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Mojor: Business Education<br />

Minor: None<br />

Activities: Tau Sigma Sec.<br />

THOMPSON, BRUCEW.<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

Maior, Laboratory Technique<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities Aesculapians,<br />

Phi Sigma XI.<br />

THOMPSON, FRANCESE.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minar, (None)<br />

THOMPSON, JACK C.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Social Science<br />

Minor: life Science<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi,<br />

Oceotl<br />

THWING, GEORGE III<br />

Degree: B.S. (June)<br />

Major: Business Management<br />

Minor, INone)<br />

TREMAINE, ROGER K.<br />

Degree, B.S. (Feb.I<br />

Major: Marketing<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities: Sigma Chi, Oceatl,<br />

Student Council Rep., Varsity<br />

Wrestling, Debate, Pi Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

280<br />

TURNER,JAY M.<br />

Degree, A.B. {June]<br />

Maior: Physical Education<br />

Minor: Life Science<br />

Activities, Basketball Tennis,<br />

Sigma Chi '<br />

VALENTA, MURIEL J.<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Maior, English<br />

Minor, Speech<br />

Activities, Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta AWS<br />

Junior Class Sec., Azte~ ,<br />

Society Editor<br />

VALLEY, ERNESTJ.<br />

Degree, AB. (Feb.)<br />

Maior, General Major<br />

Minor, (None!<br />

Activities, Newman Club<br />

VINGOE, FRANCIS JAMES<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major, Psychology<br />

Minor, Sociology<br />

Activities, Psi Chi<br />

WESTON, M. JOANNE<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Maior, English<br />

Minor: Home Economics<br />

Activities: International Relations<br />

Club, Cetza, C.S.T.A., Home EC.<br />

Club, Cap and Gown<br />

WHEELER,WARREN G.<br />

Degree, B.S. IJune)<br />

Major: PubliC Personnel<br />

Management<br />

Minor. (None!<br />

Activities: Tou Sigma<br />

WICKHAM, DONALD C.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Major: Pre-loW .<br />

Minor: Air Science, EconomICs,<br />

History<br />

Activities, Alpha Tau Omega,<br />

Arnold Air Society, Los Buzas<br />

WIESE, CHARLESKWIM<br />

Degree, B.S. (June)<br />

MOlor. Business Management<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

WilEY, MIRIAM E,<br />

Degree, A,B, [Sum.]<br />

Mojar, Education<br />

Mmor. Engl.. h


WILLIAMS, JUNE M.<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Maior, Art<br />

Minor: Home Economics<br />

WILLIAMS, LOIS MAE<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major: Music<br />

Minor, INane)<br />

Activities: Band, Orchestra,<br />

Chorus, Treble Clef, MENC.<br />

WILLIAMS, MERWYN E.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior, Psychology<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

WILLIAMS, ROBERTG.<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

WILLIFORD, CONSTANCE P.<br />

Degree, AB. [Feb.]<br />

Major: Social Service<br />

Minor, Psychology<br />

Activities: Gamma Phi Beta<br />

WOOlFE, RICHARD A.<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major, Zoology<br />

Minor, (None!<br />

Activities: Track, Cross Country,<br />

Sigma Chi<br />

WRIGHT, JAMES H.<br />

Degree, B,S. (June)<br />

Major, Zoology<br />

Minor, [None]<br />

Activities: Kappa Sigma<br />

YOGI, CHARLOTTE<br />

Degree, A.B, (June)<br />

Moior, Education<br />

Minor, Social Science<br />

WILSON, HERSCHELM.<br />

Degree, AB. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Journalism<br />

Minor: None<br />

Activities: Alpha Phi Gamma,<br />

Editor of Aztec, Managing<br />

Editor<br />

WILSON, KENNETHH.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior: Physics<br />

Minor, (Non.e)<br />

Activities: Sigma Pi Sigma<br />

WHITE, FRANK N.<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior, Speech Arts<br />

Minor: English<br />

Activities: Sigma Chi,<br />

Theatre Guild<br />

WHITE VIRGINIA L.<br />

Degree, A.B. [June]<br />

Major: Education<br />

Minor, Speech Arts<br />

Activities, Alpha Phi<br />

WOlFE, DONALD I.<br />

Degree, A.B. (Feb.)<br />

Major: Political Science and<br />

Speech Arts<br />

Minor, (None!<br />

Activities, <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi,<br />

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

WOlTER, BARBARA<br />

Degree, A.B. (June)<br />

Maior: Journalism<br />

Minor: Home Economics<br />

Activities, Alpha Phi<br />

WOMACK, ROBERT<br />

Degree, A.B. (Jun.e)<br />

Major: Music<br />

Minor, (None)<br />

Activities, Phi Mu Alpha,<br />

M.E.N.C., Men's Glee<br />

WOOD, MYRNA R.<br />

Degree, A.B. IJune)<br />

Maior, French<br />

Minor, Spanish<br />

Activities, Modern Dance Club,<br />

Alpha Mu Gamma, French Club<br />

WOODWARD, RODNEYM.<br />

Degree, A. B. (Feb.)<br />

Maior, Psychology<br />

Minor, INane!<br />

Activities, Sigma Pi, Alpha Mu<br />

Gamma, Psy Chi, CSTA<br />

WOODS, JUDITH RAE<br />

Degree, AB. (June)<br />

Major, Education<br />

Minor: Social Science<br />

Activities, Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

(,S.T.A.<br />

282


"Photographers"<br />

"Results"


Ackley, Dr. John 96, 97, 203, 231<br />

Adams, Dr. John R 9<br />

Benjornin, Dr. Robert 96, 97, 231<br />

Brooks, Baylor 1 1<br />

Brookshire, Dr. Marjorie .7, 126,<br />

202, 207<br />

Burnett, Dr. Gail. 224<br />

Cameron, Roy E l1<br />

Harris, Vincent C 11<br />

Harvey, Dorothy R l0<br />

Harwood, Dr. Robert 0 9<br />

Hunter, Dr. James .7<br />

Jackson, Everett G l 0<br />

Johnson, Dr. DeWayne 112<br />

Julian, James 11, 127<br />

Kasch, Frederick W 11<br />

FACULTY<br />

Klapp, Orrin E l l<br />

Kitzinger, Angela M l1<br />

Lamden, Dr. Charles W 9<br />

LeBarron, Evangeline 0 10<br />

Linn, Robert 126<br />

Love, Dr. Malcolm 6, 9<br />

Moe, Chesney R 11<br />

Monaco, Lt. Col. John 9<br />

Myers, Mabel 10<br />

Nye, Nevo E 1 0<br />

O'Byrne, Dr. Ernest.. .7<br />

Odmark, Dr. Vern E 10<br />

Olson, Dr. Andrew 206<br />

Osborn, Clarence G l1<br />

Peiffer, Dr. Herbert Jr 126, 127<br />

Peterson, Charles E 6<br />

I<br />

Phillips, K nneth 11<br />

Richardson, Rob rt W 9<br />

Robinson, Dr. Dudl y H 9<br />

Schrupp. Dr. Monfr d H 9<br />

Sellman, Hunton 0 10<br />

Shields. All r'I E 10<br />

Shutte, William 50. 53<br />

Smith. Chari s 53<br />

Smith, Dr. Clifford 10<br />

Smith, J. Dayton 10<br />

Snider. M rvln , 127<br />

Sorenson. G or9 N 9<br />

Spangler. Dr. John 10. "6<br />

Sportsman, Chari s C 83<br />

Storm. Alvena . 11<br />

Stough, Morrow F 10<br />

STUDENT I DEX<br />

INDEX<br />

AND While<br />

A<br />

Ackerman, M. Dianne 149<br />

Adams, Dan 171<br />

Adams, Patricia 221<br />

Adams, Robert 58, 165<br />

Adkins, Noel 169<br />

AFROTC 94<br />

Agnew, Thomas 176<br />

Ahlstrom, Sylvia 135<br />

Akridge, Ray H. Jr 171<br />

Albanese, James 168<br />

Alessio, Frank 165<br />

Allen, Hal 171<br />

ALPHA CHI OMEGA 29, 132<br />

ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 32, 134<br />

ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 224<br />

ALPHA MU GAMMA 224<br />

ALPHA PHI 29, 136<br />

ALPHA PHI OMEGA 206<br />

ALPHA TAU OMEGA 31, 158<br />

ALPHA XI DELTA 32, 138<br />

ALUMNI BOARD 6<br />

Ambrose, Arnum 88, 176<br />

Amford, Shirley 133<br />

Amparan, Roberl 228<br />

Anaya, Bob 118,176<br />

Anderson, Elaine 201<br />

Anderson, Forbes 88<br />

Anderson. Jean 133<br />

Anderson, Martha 139, 230<br />

Anderson, William 228<br />

Andrews, Charles 0 165<br />

Andrews, Charles H 184<br />

Angus, 0Igo 228. 229, 250<br />

Anitio, Tom 221<br />

Araiza, Frank 225<br />

Armendariz, Manuel 183<br />

Ardnt, Joseph 169<br />

Arredondo, Joe 176<br />

Arthur, Bill 176<br />

Asaro. Fronk 171<br />

Ashby, George . 159<br />

Askew, Oliver 171<br />

ASSOCIATED STUDENT COUNCIL .• llB<br />

Atkinson. Charles 165<br />

Augustus, Betty 141<br />

B<br />

Bobriel, George 221<br />

Bailey. Kenneth 165<br />

Bailie, L. Joyce 201<br />

Bojorquez. Fred 171<br />

Boker, John 176<br />

Bollcnce, Robert 176<br />

Banks, Aaron 163<br />

Barbot, Dole 176, 205<br />

Barber, Hollis 83. 176<br />

Barbour, Neil 223<br />

Bor ne, Victor I<br />

Barlow, D 133. \ 96. 01<br />

Borlew. Jody 133/ 07<br />

Botn I. Borbolo 147<br />

Born I, Chorl • 16<br />

Born " Joonn 11 ..<br />

Born s. Loull 171<br />

BQrngrov r, Bruc 171<br />

Berrett, Sh rry 100. 1..7<br />

Berrett, Donno 1.. ,.<br />

Berthold, H 19o :l24<br />

BASEBALL 74<br />

BASKETBALL 56<br />

Batel. All 1'1 180<br />

Bcumon, Morvin 159<br />

Baumbough. Lynn 139<br />

Beechler, Sondro , 33. 147<br />

Bear, Phyllis 228<br />

Bechtel, Robert , 73<br />

Beck, Jockl 135<br />

relaxing in the Cafe Patio, planning moves to "Put State on the Map." four campus leaders enjoy "the<br />

light refreshment," Pepsi -Colo. Left to right: Brenda Heiman. AI Mishne. Ado Picaizen, Bob House, student body<br />

president.<br />

I<br />

SUBSCRIBERS<br />

294


296<br />

Beck, Jocelyn 135<br />

Becker, Dennis 165<br />

Bell, James H 166<br />

Benbough, Robert 173<br />

Bence, Barbara 143<br />

Bender, Donald 184<br />

Bender, lawrence 186<br />

Benn, Bill 173<br />

Bennett, Don 161<br />

Bennett, Peggy 153<br />

Bennett, Robert 161<br />

Berg, Jerri 102<br />

Bernard, Britt 230<br />

Berry, Joe 165<br />

Bertschi, Carol 224<br />

Beyrer, Doris 229<br />

Bigger, Robert 232<br />

Bickley, Herbert 184<br />

Billburg, William 165<br />

Billings, Johanna 250<br />

Binns, Jack 176<br />

Bitter, Kenneth 166<br />

Bitters, Stanley 165<br />

Blair, George 165<br />

Blair, James 166<br />

Bledsoe, Elsie 145<br />

Blee, Barbara 147<br />

Bliss, Fredrick 162<br />

BLUE KEY ................•................... 203<br />

Bodenhamer, Jim 88, 159<br />

Bogna, Phil 173<br />

Bohanan, Ed 159, 205<br />

Bohe, Ruth 149<br />

Boland, Katie 133<br />

Boles, Carolyn 153, 201<br />

Boles, Marilyn 143<br />

Boram, William 171<br />

Bosch, Janet 147<br />

Bostrom, Dorothy 201<br />

Bower, Jerald 171<br />

Bowman, Bunky 171<br />

Bowne, Barbara 230<br />

Bowser, Norman 162<br />

Boxberger, Bob 110<br />

Boyce, James 173<br />

Boyle, Patty 149<br />

Boyle, Richard .........•.................. 173<br />

Boynton, luan 143<br />

Braddock, Marvin 165, 203, 205<br />

Branch, Bill ............•..................... 184<br />

Branchini, Arthur .....•.................... 88<br />

Branchini, Carlene 230<br />

Brcunsdorf, Jackie 149<br />

Breon, Ernest .............................• 165<br />

Breese, Gerald 161<br />

Bregante, Richard 176<br />

Brenes, Roger ......................•....... 186<br />

Brett, Judy .....................•.... 100, 141<br />

Brindell, William 173<br />

Brittingham, George 176<br />

Brooks, John 176<br />

Brooks, Robert 173<br />

Browder, Joseph 176<br />

Brown, Carolyn 221<br />

Brown, Dahmen 165<br />

Brown, Frances 147<br />

Brown, larry 179<br />

Brown, J. Richard 171<br />

Brown, Mabel 97, 231<br />

Brown, Mary c. 228<br />

Brown, Michael 165<br />

Browne, Janice 201<br />

Browne, Robert 183<br />

Browning, Dave 125<br />

Browning, lee ..........•.........•......... 183<br />

Brucker, Chad 165<br />

Bruen, Isabel 136<br />

Brunelle, Richard 230<br />

Brunner, Fred 171, 223<br />

Brunson, Dou91as 171<br />

Bryson, Jamie 1 10<br />

Bucholz, Norman 171<br />

Bucknell, Thomas 88, 161<br />

Buechler, Don 176<br />

Buell, David 171<br />

Bunch, Beverly 201<br />

Burner, William .........................• 228<br />

Burnett, James ......................•..... 176<br />

Bunker, Georgia 257<br />

Burns, Sandra 125<br />

Burns, William 257<br />

Burris, Bill 108<br />

Butler, Arthur 165, 257<br />

Butterfield, Garry 83, 155, 180<br />

C<br />

Cabral, John 171<br />

Cain, Eugene 176<br />

Cait, John 221<br />

Calderhead, Dick 1 13<br />

Calistro, lorraine 257<br />

Callahan, Bob 176<br />

Calvin, Margie 133, 257<br />

Cameron, Robert 165<br />

Campbell, Julius 118, 163, 203,<br />

206, 207, 208, 257<br />

Campbell, lester 176<br />

Campbell, Robyn 257<br />

CANTERBURY ASSOCIATION 218<br />

Canizales, Albert 162<br />

CAP AND GOWN 202<br />

Capp, Molly 145<br />

Caracciolo, Thomas 165, 257<br />

Carey, Donna 147<br />

Carr, Caroline 139, 201<br />

Carlsen, Carl 257<br />

Carlsen, David 155, 171<br />

Carlsen, <strong>Del</strong>mar 165<br />

Carlson, Darrell 257<br />

Carlson, Helen J 224, 257<br />

Carlson, Marylin 145<br />

Carmichael, Marcia 141<br />

Carnes, Patty 16B<br />

Carnes, Ted 230<br />

Carney, Gary 153<br />

Carone, Patty 118, 127, 133<br />

Carpenter, Gene 176<br />

Carroll, James .................•.......... 257<br />

Carroll, Shirley 257<br />

Carter, John 257<br />

Cash, C. Don 171<br />

One of San Diego State College's<br />

most popular betrothed couples-<br />

Virginia Barnett and Martin Beckare<br />

pic t u red here with Jessop's<br />

Bride's Counselor-Miss Lee. She is<br />

showing them Jessop's sterling silver<br />

collection-the largest in an't jewelry<br />

store in the West. Miss Lee is also<br />

pointing out the advantages of Jessop's<br />

Pattern Registry Service. How,<br />

for example-the bride registers<br />

only once, but-if she prefers-her<br />

pattern record on silver, china and<br />

crystal is available to all three Jes-<br />

sop<br />

stores.<br />

Also that the service<br />

makes gift giving e a sOy-avoids<br />

duplications-and<br />

is<br />

an<br />

excellent<br />

insurance reference. You, too, are<br />

invited to take advantage of this<br />

friendly service. J. JESSOP and SONS<br />

-Jewelers since 1870-Downtown<br />

San Diego-North Park-La Jolla.<br />

Casidy, Patricia 135<br />

Castiglione, Andrew 88, 162<br />

Castiglione, John 171<br />

Cothcort, Jacqueline 145, 20'2, 209<br />

Cawthon, Ed 183<br />

Cecil, Dana 115, 201<br />

CETZA 204<br />

Chace, Dorothy 201<br />

Chaffin, Elvia 168<br />

Chapman, Jim 183<br />

Chapman, lewis 171<br />

Chapman, Tom 108<br />

Cheek, Robert 168<br />

CHI OMEGA 31<br />

Chisholm, Sally 133<br />

Chambeau, Ed 184<br />

Christiansen, larry 165<br />

CIRCLE K ..<br />

Clapp, Jan 153<br />

Clark, Darry 173<br />

Clark, Don 100, 173<br />

Clark, Jim 18~<br />

Clark, Marilyn 143<br />

Clarke, Gene 173, 203<br />

Clausen, Judith 153<br />

Clemens, William 159<br />

Close, Alan 161, 230<br />

Clouse, James 161<br />

Claw, Milton 165<br />

Coates, Bob 180<br />

Coleman, Don 108, 110<br />

Colley, Danah 110<br />

COLLEGE Y 21 8<br />

Collier, Mickey 133<br />

Colove, Janice 201<br />

Comin, Norita 228<br />

Condon, Barbara .44<br />

Condon, G, L. 228<br />

Conklin, Dale 171<br />

Connor, Jack 173<br />

Cook, Martha 135<br />

Cooper, Annette 145<br />

Coops, William 184<br />

Corbitt, Katherine 229<br />

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Cornelius, Connie 114, 133<br />

Cotton, Carol .45, 147, 193<br />

Covington, Jackie 153<br />

Cowie, Gay .44<br />

Cox, Dorothy 143, 230<br />

Cox, Richard 159<br />

Craig, Clive 159<br />

Cr isbin, Yvonna 221<br />

Crosbie, Glenn 173<br />

Crowley, Pat 176, 227<br />

Crouch, Jeanette 141<br />

Culbert, Ed 183<br />

Culbertson, John 165<br />

Culling, Barbara 139<br />

Curry, Melvin 180<br />

Curtis, Pat 145<br />

Cusack, Jim 230<br />

Cusick, John 230<br />

D<br />

Dahms, lawrence 173<br />

Dallocis, Uldis 165<br />

Dailard, Jeanne 139<br />

Dailard, Joanne 139<br />

Daley, Nancy 145<br />

Danna, Elina 143<br />

Danner, Edward 115<br />

Darnell, Joyce 143<br />

Daugherty, Jack 183<br />

Davee, Jerry 176<br />

Davidson, Elizabeth 223<br />

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Davis, larry 173<br />

Dawson, lou 176<br />

Dean, Winfield 228<br />

Dea rth, No ncy .45, 141<br />

DeBlanc, John 176<br />

DELTA PHI UPSILON 227<br />

DELTA SIGMA PHI 32, 160<br />

DELTA ZETA 32, 143<br />

Denhart George 176<br />

Denison: Herbert 229<br />

Denton, Bill 97, 118, 176<br />

DeNunzio, Gabriel 108, 117<br />

De Silva, Roger 260<br />

Deuel, Buneva· 260<br />

Deuessen Chuck 205<br />

Deussen,<br />

r<br />

Richard<br />

176<br />

76<br />

Deverill, Duane 1<br />

Devitt William 168<br />

DeVol', David 125, :~;<br />

Dewey, Diane ·..·.. · · ·.. ·260<br />

Dexter Donald .<br />

D'Heill'y, Joe : ~~<br />

Dibb, Edward ..<br />

Dickie, Ronald 180<br />

Dickard, Ted 1B3<br />

Dickinson Wallace 229, 260<br />

Dickson, Donna 135, 202, 260<br />

Dierdoiff, Dan ~~~<br />

Dillon, Edward · · · ·260<br />

Ddlon, lOIS .... : · ·.. · ·..·185<br />

Dilworth, Dennis -_ -_......... 0<br />

Disney, Richard 26<br />

Ditmars, Marilou 13 5<br />

Ditto John 17 6<br />

Dom~n, Roger 165<br />

Donohue, Thomas 18~<br />

Dooley, John 2~8<br />

Doriss, Helen 2<br />

Dororana, Antoinette ~~~<br />

Dortge, Mary · · 76<br />

Dorris, Fred : ~60<br />

Douglass, MUriel 49<br />

Dovey, Suzi : 47<br />

Dowdy, Due.. .-.................... 260<br />

Dowling, Wd!,a~ · ·· ··:::::145<br />

Downham, Nickle 176<br />

Dreesen, Pete ··_-_·························165<br />

Dreuvick, Jim ..· · · 83·..260<br />

Driussi, Jesse 1 '145<br />

Dubbs, Marlene ..· · 3·.. 260<br />

Dudley, Richard 18 , 173<br />

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DuPaul, Helen ·.. ·...... · ·.. · ·145<br />

DePaul, Jeanne · · 173<br />

Durham, Earl · ·.. · ·::::260<br />

Durnian, Charles .<br />

E<br />

Eades, lola 228<br />

Eads, Thomas 168<br />

Early, John 162, 203<br />

Eastman, Richard 260<br />

Eberhardt, Duane 180, 261<br />

Ecklar, James 261<br />

Edmondson, Aaron 159<br />

Edwards, Bernie 161<br />

Edwards, June 133, 207<br />

Edwards, Martha 141<br />

Edwards, Robert 261<br />

E'Golf, Marvin 168<br />

Ek, Gary 183<br />

Eldrige, William 163<br />

Elliott, Barbara 141<br />

Elliott, Jean 147<br />

Elliott, Phil 261<br />

Engberg, Marilyn 133, 229<br />

Engelhorn, H. Douglas 165<br />

Ensey, Charles 168<br />

Erickson, Karleen 145<br />

Ericrson, lynn 228<br />

Erlitz, Gus 183<br />

Esser, Charles 261<br />

Erwin, larry 159<br />

Erwine, Dean 126, 159, 203,<br />

207,210,261<br />

Esposito, louis 173<br />

Esser, Charles 261<br />

Estey, David 165, 206<br />

Estey, Kathryn 261<br />

Evans, Clif 108<br />

Evans, David 163, 173,261<br />

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Evans: Bill 1B3, 261<br />

Evens William 261<br />

Evey, 'Ronald 168<br />

F<br />

Fabian, Charles 261<br />

Folk, linda .44<br />

Falkenthal, Harry 165<br />

Faeber, Sylvia 201<br />

Fahlsing, Ed 223<br />

Farmer, Wesley : ~~<br />

Farrar Gail 118,<br />

Farris' larry 159<br />

Farro~, JoAnne 11~<br />

Faueria, Mrs, 1<br />

Faxon Frank 114, 159<br />

Feiler: Nodene 139<br />

Feiler, Fon 18~<br />

Ferguson, Beverly : g9<br />

Ferguson, Mary 171<br />

Ferneld, Paul · • · ·171<br />

Ferrantell Peter ..<br />

Ferris, Jo~eph 169, 261<br />

Fibiger, Joyce : ~~<br />

File Ronald ..<br />

File: Norma 139, 202, 225, ~~~<br />

Filippona AI 221,<br />

Finch,<br />

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Bdl<br />

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'229<br />

261<br />

Fink, Kathleen · ·110<br />

Finn, Bob : 108, 261<br />

Firestone, Severin ························186<br />

Fisher Bruce 62<br />

Fisher: Sharon 202, 217, 250, ~62<br />

Fisher, Walter 118, 203, 217, 207<br />

Fishman NoeL. 186, 203, '<br />

, 232, 262<br />

. 262<br />

Fitzpatrick, Ernestlna · ·.. · 5..·262<br />

Flaherty Berna rd 16 ,<br />

Fleming: Peter 165, ~~~<br />

Fligel, Mary · ·.. ·.. · 262<br />

Flinn, Robert .. ·..· · ·.. ·.. ·•·.. 159<br />

Flora, Harlan -_····························221<br />

Flourie, Beatrix · · · ·.. 262<br />

Flourle,<br />

. Ed'th<br />

I ......,<br />

202 221, 224,<br />

.1 85<br />

Flournoy, Roben Jr · ·.. 185<br />

Folse, Edward · ·229<br />

Folsomo, Frieda 48<br />

FOOTBALL ·...... · ·.. · · ·i·03<br />

Foote, Carolyn ..· ·..· ·262<br />

Foreman, Jack ·..· · ·161<br />

Foreman, Tom · ·.. · ·.. 262<br />

Foster, Beverly ·..· · ·..· ·i;:;..176<br />

Foster, Don ,<br />

Natural Beauty by Peggy Blair Jackson<br />

Expert Cleaning Care by<br />

Kelley,<br />

Naturallyl<br />

fashions courtesy Gladys Scott Smart Shop


Foster, Jerry 262<br />

Foster, Normon ....................•...•... 165<br />

Foster, William 262<br />

Fowler. Betty 262<br />

Fowles. Joan 221<br />

Fox, Janis 141<br />

Fox, Marilyn 201<br />

France, Richard 168<br />

Francis, Arline 224<br />

French, Marlene 139<br />

Franken, Marsha 145<br />

Franks, Bob _223<br />

Freebern, Chas 165, 203, 262<br />

Freeman, Don 159. 176<br />

Freeman, Edgar 262<br />

Freeman. Samuel 263<br />

Freeman, William 165, 263<br />

Frentess, Zane 168<br />

Friedlander. Michael 1B6<br />

Fritz, Monte 162<br />

Fritzer, Dick _ 161<br />

Funaki, Alvin 162<br />

Furrier, Julius 263<br />

G<br />

Gal, Robert 263<br />

Gale, Laird 225, 263<br />

Gale, Priscilla 143. 263<br />

Gallaher. Bill 83<br />

Gallin, Alvin _ _.. 263<br />

Gallucci, Frank 165, 263<br />

GAMMA PHI BETA 144<br />

Garcia, Arthur 263<br />

Gardner, Harriet 263<br />

Garrett, Diane 108<br />

Gartner, Ludwig _ 180<br />

Gaskins, Norman 183<br />

Gaughen, Martin _.162<br />

Gerber, Jan __.. 135<br />

Gere, Irvine 173<br />

Gerson, Maxine 154<br />

Geyer, George 165<br />

Geyer, Mary _ 143<br />

Giarde, Pat .__.. _ _ 263<br />

Gibbs, Julie __ 143<br />

Gibson, Frances _135, 224<br />

Gibson, Kitty _ __ _ 201<br />

Gibson, Ralph 165<br />

Gillespie, Mary Jo 263<br />

Gipson, Kitty 263<br />

Givens. Dean 162<br />

Gloves, Theodore _.__ 165<br />

GLEE CLUB, MEN _ _._ 105<br />

GLEE CLUB, WOMEN 105-<br />

Glines, Robert _._ _ 263<br />

Goetteman, James 232<br />

Goetze, Warren .. _ .. 173<br />

Goldfarb. Steve __ _ 187<br />

Gornpertz, Heidi .. _ _ 133<br />

Goodfriend, Harvey 119.127,186,<br />

207, 211<br />

Goodwin, Donna ._.. _ 264<br />

Gould, Helen _ .133<br />

Gould, Kenneth __.. __ __._ 173<br />

Grader, Connie __ 100, -147<br />

Graf, Ludi ._.. _ __ 162<br />

Graham. Kathy .. .__.__.. _ 147<br />

Graham, Lynn .. _.__ __ 165<br />

Grohom-Rcqers, Patricia 1 13, 143<br />

Graham. Sharon .. _.. _ _ _.221<br />

Grammer, Elizabeth _.. _ 139<br />

Granell, Lee __ __._ __.97<br />

Graves, Ralph _.. __ _ _. 264<br />

Gray. Alyce _ __ 153, 264<br />

Gray, Shurkem __ _.. 153<br />

Gray. Shirle _ 264<br />

Greaves, H. Doreen _._.. _ 147<br />

Greek. Tom ._ _._ _ 173<br />

Greene, Barbara .__.. _ _ 201, 153<br />

Greene, Margaret _ _ _ 264<br />

Greene. Patricia _ 264<br />

Greenlee. William __.. _ _ _ 173<br />

Greer, Dick 176<br />

Gren.fell, Barbara _.. _ 14, 147<br />

Grenfell, Muriel .__ _. ._ 147<br />

Griffin. Bayard _ _ 264<br />

Griffith, Jerry . _ _ _.__168<br />

Griffiths, Donald __ 165<br />

Grigsby, Leah . . 231<br />

Grillo, Marianne .__.__ 143<br />

Grimes, Ed __ __ __ 155, 183<br />

Grob, Richard 176<br />

Grof, Luoi _ .. __ 264<br />

Grogan, John __._.. _176<br />

Grcssher, Rolph 161, 264<br />

Grow, Harry _ _ 181<br />

Grunden. Billy _ __ 223<br />

Gudmundson:, Marvin .. _.203, 264<br />

Gudmundson, Carol 133, 229<br />

H<br />

Haas. Jim 108, 110, 264<br />

Hadley, Ronald 176<br />

Hager. Larry 264<br />

Hagin. Bob _ 176<br />

Hahs, S. Carol 145<br />

Haitsuka, Dorothy _ 229, 264<br />

Hall, Irene 145<br />

Hall, Janet - 102, 141<br />

Hall, Jim _ 168<br />

Hallett, Richard 171<br />

Halrorsen, John 181<br />

Halstead, John 264<br />

Halvorsud, Jon __ 165<br />

Halvorson, John 265<br />

Hcrnelehle, Irene _ 228, 265<br />

Hamilton, Joan .. _ _ 265<br />

Haniman, Randy 165<br />

Hammer, John 168<br />

Hammock, Paul 265<br />

Hammock, Rex 165<br />

Hammond, Pam 201<br />

Hand, Bert _ _.. _ 185<br />

Hand, Juliana, 145<br />

Handley, Walter 265<br />

Hanken, Ken _ 173<br />

Hanna, Bob .. _ 176<br />

Hannon, John 58, 165<br />

Hansen, Donald _ 183<br />

Hansen, Nancy _ 141<br />

Hart, Marcia __.265<br />

Hardacre, Lawrence __._ 173<br />

Hordy, Daniel .................•......... _167<br />

Hargis, Dave 181<br />

Harlan. Gary 176<br />

Harrell, John _ _221<br />

Harris, Charles _ 228<br />

Harris. Connie _ 201<br />

Harris, Cynthia .. _ .. 147<br />

Harris, Jerry __.. _ 176<br />

Harris, Sally __._ _ 147<br />

Harrison, Harry _ _ 176<br />

Harrison, Sandy .<br />

Hartin, Bill _.179<br />

Hartwick, Rosemary _ _ 265<br />

Harvey, David .. __ 173<br />

Harvey, Milton 265<br />

Hastings, Karen 145<br />

Hatchett, Jane _ 135<br />

Hatter, Gilbert 86, 161<br />

Haugen, Ruth 265<br />

Haufman, Orville 228<br />

Haveman. Sona 135<br />

Haverkamp, Sue _ 139<br />

Hay, Gerald 165<br />

Haydon, George 265<br />

Hayes, Patricia 265<br />

Hayes, Sally 201<br />

Hayes, Thomas 185, 265<br />

Haynes, Kathleen 265<br />

Heath, William 265<br />

Hebner, Lois , 145, 207<br />

Hegerle, Donald 58, 165<br />

Hegland, Sherry 143<br />

Heine, Jack 171<br />

Heldring, John : 159<br />

Helvey, Buford 265<br />

Hempy, Cynthia 135<br />

Henderson, Donald 179<br />

Hendricks, Joanna 143<br />

Henschel, Mary Lou 145<br />

Henry, Pat _ 173, 217<br />

Hering, Kip 173<br />

Herbert, Donald 266<br />

Herman, Warren 176<br />

Heubach, Maren 229<br />

Heuback, Phillip 165<br />

Hibbs, Gary __ 159<br />

Hicks, Spike 165<br />

Higgins, Laurel . __ _ 145<br />

Hile, Charles _ 266<br />

Hill, Darlene _ 133<br />

Hill, George E _165<br />

HILLEL .......................•.................. 219<br />

Hilmen, Richard 168<br />

Hilton, James 173<br />

Hinck, James 173<br />

Hirtensteiner, Robert 165, 266<br />

Hobson, Lester 163<br />

Hoese, Bill 176<br />

Hoffer, Orla 266<br />

Hoffman, Helen _ 133<br />

Hogan, Barbara __ 145<br />

Hogan, Melvin __ 266<br />

Holloway, Sheila _ _ 133<br />

Holmberg, Marvin _ 266<br />

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB _ 228<br />

Honeycutt, Jeff 159<br />

Hood, Barbara 221<br />

Hopper, Joan 230, 266<br />

Hornbeo. Phyllis _ _ _ 201<br />

Horton, Mariorie 224, 228<br />

Houga, Gloria 266<br />

Houldcroft, Audrey _ 135<br />

House, B.ob 118, 119, 127, 180,<br />

205,207,212,266<br />

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Hueback, Maren _ 145<br />

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Hudson, Patricia .. _ _ _ _229<br />

Hudson, William __ _161<br />

Hultsch, Donald - 185<br />

Hunt, Jim .......... _ 203, 213, 266<br />

Hunt, Stephanie .. __ 126, 141, 229<br />

Hunter. Dean ._ __ .176, 266<br />

Hunting. Martin ._. -........ -228<br />

Hurst, George _.. _ _._ _168. 266<br />

Huskey, Muriel __ _ _ _ _.. __.147<br />

Hussong. Allayng Janet _ .. 266<br />

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Hutchinson, Tom .. _ __.173, 267<br />

Hutchinson. Patricia _ 153<br />

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INTER.FAITH COUNCIL _ 219<br />

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Inzunza, Gilbert _ _.. __ _.168<br />

Isaak, Donna _ - -.. 14 3<br />

Jackson. Georgia 143, 20~<br />

Jackson, Shannon -.. 17<br />

Jackson Sharon 147<br />

Jaggar •Dale -.. -.. 181<br />

Jakie, Cheryl -141, 229<br />

James Dona 145<br />

Jennings. Anne .-- - ~6~<br />

Jennson Pat .<br />

Jensen 'Charlie 205<br />

, . 173<br />

Jensen Einar - - .<br />

Jepson: Marcella .. ·.. ··- .. · · ~~i<br />

Johnson Alan 165,<br />

, 141<br />

Johnson. Bette .. ·· .. · · · ·159<br />

Johnson, Charles ·· ·· ·.. -.. 149<br />

Johnson, Do~na ··· - ·-·-149<br />

Johnson. Elaine ·· ·.. ·-·267<br />

Johnson. Florence -- .<br />

Johnson, Marshall ~~~<br />

Johnson, Nancy ·.. ·.. · ·<br />

Johnson, Patricia -.. 267<br />

Johnson. Sharlyn Lee 133<br />

Johnson, Robert 267<br />

Johnson, Vera 141<br />

Johnson, Walter 267<br />

Johnston, Thelma 153<br />

Jones. Anna K 26, 27, 250, 267<br />

Jones. Carolyn K 145<br />

Jones, Charline 149<br />

Jones'. Dole 165<br />

Jones, Margie 133<br />

Jones, Mim i 145<br />

Jones Ronald H 176<br />

Josselyn Jay A _ 161, 267<br />

Journey, Eugene K _ 228, 267<br />

Joyce. Claude _ 267<br />

Juelson Joan _ _ 153<br />

Jungehs, Pete 162<br />

Junkin, Ronald L. - 162<br />

K<br />

Kaiser, Tom 185<br />

Kanady Russell 165<br />

KAPPA 'ALPHA 34, 162<br />

KAPPA ALPHA PSI 163<br />

KAPPA ALPHA THETA 33, 146<br />

KAPPA DELTA 148<br />

KAPPA DELTA PI 229<br />

KAPPA SIGMA 29, 164<br />

Kaplan, Phil ~~~<br />

Karns, Carol 135, 67<br />

Kashima Tetsuyo 2<br />

Katagown, Yodi 229<br />

Kaufman, Willie 1~ ~<br />

Keebaugh. Chorles Jr 1<br />

Keith, June .: - ~~~<br />

Keithly, Merlin ·.. ·· .. ·.. ···· ······176<br />

Kelley. Art~ur ·.. ········· ..··· ·268<br />

Janga~rd. Diane ~~~ Kelly. Barbara .<br />

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Kemper, William 173<br />

Kenaston, John - 165<br />

Kendrick. Ben -.. ::~<br />

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Kenln, DaVid ..". .. 168<br />

Kenney, Joseph .. ······ .. ·· ······ 173<br />

Kerth, Fred ..<br />

Kettler Vernon - 163<br />

Keyes' Sandra 109, 11 1, 135<br />

Kiel, Charles 183, ~~~<br />

Kiker, John .. ··· .. ······ .. ··· .. ····· .. ·······145<br />

Kilpotrick, Joan .. _ 118,<br />

Kimbrough. Jackie -.. ······· .. ·.... ··· ..21~<br />

King. Gordon .. -.. ·- .. -· ·.. ···-·-3..·268<br />

King. Thomas - -.. -.17 , 166<br />

King, Wayne. ···· ·· ··· .... ··· .. 268<br />

Kinnick. William ······ .. · ·· .. ·.. ··166<br />

Kinzek, Elvey - .<br />

Kirk. Russell 173<br />

Kirkman, Mary Ann 268<br />

Kisbert, Karl 171<br />

Kitagawa. Yoshi 268<br />

Kittleson. Ole 125, 173<br />

Klein, Bill 176<br />

Klein Robert 268<br />

Kleinfelter. Joan 268<br />

Kluck. Williom 173<br />

Knapp, Jack 173<br />

Kniess, Richard 173<br />

Knott, Sam 173<br />

Knox, Galen 113, 185<br />

Knudson, Rosemarie ............••...... 153<br />

Kobernick, Donn 187<br />

Koening. David 166<br />

Kolkey, Aaron 187<br />

Kolovek. Emily 268<br />

Koppenhover. Donald 183<br />

Kottman Alfred 179<br />

Kowal, Jay 176. 268<br />

Kral, Frank Jr 159<br />

Krause, Larry 173<br />

Krieps, Marvin 161<br />

Krlrnrn, Lee 185<br />

Krupens, Harold 162<br />

Krumbolz, Thomas 268<br />

Kube, Jean 268<br />

Kuerbis, Lawrence 166<br />

Kurkendall, Judith 141, 159<br />

Kurtz. Mary 268<br />

L<br />

Lab. Elizabeth 269<br />

Lachel, Darrel 181<br />

Lackman, Dione 133<br />

Laehr, Lois 228<br />

Lagage Charles 269<br />

Lagle. Eileen 269<br />

Lairsey. Dianne 232<br />

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 33, 167<br />

Lambiotte Simone .45, 147, 199<br />

LamoreouX, Paul ·.. ·· · ..<br />

Lamp, Charleen 143<br />

Lancaster, William 166, 269<br />

Landon, Marvin 183<br />

Lane James 232<br />

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Laney. Dale ·.. ·········<br />

159<br />

.. ·.. ·.. ·· .. 225<br />

Lang. Marlene ··· .. ·· --.. ·.. ··110<br />

Lang Walter L. 108,<br />

Langdon, Frank 126, 181, 205<br />

Lannom, Joseph 159<br />

Lamphier, Kathleen .45, 14~<br />

Larsen Loris 26<br />

Larson: Dona 26, 141, 269<br />

Lattman, Dean 161<br />

Loud rmilk, J rry 179<br />

Laurill n, Terry 181, 269<br />

Lauitz.en, Vern 183<br />

Loverty, Edward 179<br />

Layton, Eleanor 103, 269<br />

Layton, Peggy 201<br />

Learn, Richard 171, 232. 269<br />

Lebb, 179<br />

telb, Buddi 141<br />

Leiffer, Don 232<br />

Lemcke, Miriam 224<br />

tench, AI 171<br />

Lenky, Pele 176<br />

Leonard, Clive 110<br />

Leonard, Fred 179<br />

Leonard, Miriam 139<br />

Leppert, Norma 143. 269<br />

l.etson, Gary ••.••.•••••••..••••••• 1 8\, 205<br />

Leveque, Yvonn 141, 251. 269<br />

Lewallen, Don 173<br />

Lewil, Anne 149<br />

Lewis, Franklin •..•• _ 166<br />

Lewis, Joe 168, 269<br />

Lewis. Jerry 176<br />

Likins, Hefen 149<br />

Liliegren, Frances 145<br />

Lirnbocker, David 176, 269<br />

Linam, <strong>Del</strong> 108<br />

Linderman, Frands 171<br />

Lindrus, Elaine 147<br />

Lindsay, Bill 228, 269<br />

Linn, Robert 156<br />

Linthicum, Carole 147<br />

Lippman, Pete 185<br />

Little, Ernest 161<br />

Livingston, Rod .<br />

Lockman, :BlII 230<br />

lomax, Joe 176<br />

London, Paul ·•··· .. ·.. ••.. • 171<br />

luckenbach, Janel 149<br />

Luse. lawrence 228<br />

Lydick, Jack 176<br />

Lydon. David 161<br />

M<br />

MacDonald, larry 166<br />

MacFarlan, Pal 149<br />

MacKenzie, Marlene 207<br />

Mackie. Marjorie 230<br />

Macklin, Thomas 171<br />

MacRae, Margit 147<br />

Maddocks, David 171<br />

Madsen, Kay 161<br />

Mahanay, Bud 108, 110<br />

299


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Mahavier, Fred 166<br />

Malcolm, Marshall 162, 203<br />

Molloy, Boyd 171<br />

Malmin, Karolyn 147<br />

Mankins, Sam 174<br />

Manly, Janet 224<br />

Mann, Joan 153<br />

Manotas, Haydee 201<br />

Mansfield, Don 174<br />

Mansfield, Pauline 139<br />

Monson, Bary 162<br />

Manzer, Lawrence 171<br />

Maple, Robert 168<br />

Morine, Gail 177<br />

Mariscal, Manuel 174<br />

Markham, Lois 135<br />

Marsden, Elaine 149<br />

Marshall, Cecile 224<br />

Martin, Jody 145'<br />

Martin, Kenneth 228<br />

Mossey, Barbaro 221<br />

Masson, Jock 1B5<br />

Masters, Harry 171<br />

Mothers, Jerry 108, 111<br />

Matranga, Lorry 171<br />

Maus, Jo Ann 135<br />

May, Charles 221<br />

McAbee, Norman 166<br />

McAllister, Allan 228<br />

McCauley, Arthur 16B<br />

McClaren, Kay 147<br />

McClintock, W. Cloire 15 3<br />

McClure, Donald __.. __.166<br />

McConnehea, Ronald 174<br />

McCoy, Joe 176<br />

McConald, Martha 149<br />

McCrae, Mike .<br />

McDavitt, Pat 139<br />

McDow, Shirley __ 149<br />

McGinley, Daniel __183<br />

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McGowan, Jim 176<br />

Mcinnis, Jim __ 176<br />

Mcintire, Charles 86<br />

Mcintire, Jerry 166, 203, 217<br />

Mcintosh, Donald 206, 221<br />

Mci ntosh, Thone 108<br />

McMains, Richard 168<br />

McNeely, Elissa __ 201<br />

McNeill, Sharon __ 143<br />

McNutt, William __ 166<br />

McPeak, Tony 96, 97, 176, 203<br />

McSwan, Sharilyn 202<br />

McVicar, Jim __ 108, 109, 111<br />

McWilliams, Patricio 139<br />

Meech, Ed 161<br />

MENC 229<br />

Mendoza, Fronk 114, 174,205<br />

Merada, Robert 174<br />

Merino, Fred .__ 1BO<br />

Merriman, Ann 141<br />

Mesky, Irene 272<br />

Mettlach, Frances 135<br />

Meyer, Richard 166<br />

Michelson, Joan __ 26, 272<br />

Mickelsen, Noel 5B<br />

Mihlman, Arline 154<br />

Mihalko, Elaine 221, 272<br />

Miller, Ronald __.108, 110<br />

Miller, Wally __ 97, 181<br />

Miller, Wayne 272<br />

Millett, Ted 174<br />

Millsberg, Elaine 154<br />

Milne, Alice __ 272<br />

Minnis, Charlotte 272<br />

Minnis, Robert 272<br />

Minor, Carol __ __ 145<br />

Minor, Pot __ 145<br />

Mishne, Alan __.156, 187, 205,<br />

207, 214 272<br />

Missman, Dick __.__ 185<br />

Mitchell, Robert __ 174<br />

Mitts, Barbaro 201<br />

MIXED CHORUS 107<br />

Moebius, John 272<br />

Mollison, Yvonne 149, 250, 272<br />

Montgomery, Robert __.. 168, 272<br />

Moon, Charles 185<br />

Moore, Beverly 147<br />

Moore, Gordon 174<br />

Moore, Nancy 135, 272<br />

Moore, Reita 272<br />

Moore, Stan __ 181<br />

Moran, Pete 88, 161<br />

Moreno, Eddie __ 221<br />

Morgan, Dione __ 133<br />

Morris, Patricio 228<br />

Morrissey, Daniel 232<br />

Morse, Jack .<br />

Moser, Moren 139<br />

Moskowitz, Elynor .__ 97, 141<br />

Moss, Jerry 177, 203, 207<br />

Murphy, Jody 147<br />

Murphy, Michael ._ 174<br />

Murphy, Ruth __ __ 221<br />

Murphy, Solly .45<br />

Murray, Alan __ 166<br />

Murray, Ann .__ .44, 133<br />

Muse, Donald __ __171<br />

Musick, Dorrell B8<br />

Myers, Donald .. __..__ 181, 225<br />

Myrick, Diona __ 125, 192<br />

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Nagel, Ruth __ 228<br />

Naimon, Edward __ 187<br />

Nosh, Lowell 181<br />

Nasland, Sheila __ 221<br />

Naud, Dove __ 166<br />

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Neill, LaVera 201<br />

Nelson, Fred 166<br />

Nelson, Judith 139<br />

Nelson, Lawrence 181<br />

Nelson, Nancy 149<br />

Nenna, Lawrence 162<br />

Newcomb, Carolyn 201<br />

NEWMAN, CLUB 33, 221<br />

Newport, Daniel 58<br />

Nicholson, Joan 147, 201<br />

Nickell, Mark 113, 171<br />

Niederhouse, William 206<br />

Nielson, Glenn 185<br />

Niesley, Wildon 159<br />

Niesley, Lloyd __ 228<br />

Nordquist, AI 58, 177<br />

Norman, Carol 141<br />

Norris, Barbaro 143<br />

Nugent, William 171<br />

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O'Bcnnon, Pot 145<br />

OCEOn 205<br />

O'Connell, Raymond 166<br />

O'Conner, Corrine 143<br />

O'Conner, Joyce __ 143, 217<br />

O'<strong>Del</strong>l, Robert 228<br />

Ogle, Robert 171<br />

Ohre, Lois 141<br />

O'Laughlin, Dorothy .45<br />

Oldfield, Alan 174, 230<br />

Oldfield, Gloria 133<br />

Olds, Nancy 125, 141, 195,232<br />

Oliverio, Eva 149<br />

O'Laughlin, Dorothy 133<br />

Olsen, Maggie 114, 133,221<br />

Olson, Barbara 154<br />

Olson, Grant 166<br />

O'Neal, James --.-- 166<br />

O'Neill, Charles 224<br />

O'Neill, Patricia 141<br />

Osborn, John 174<br />

Osler, Rosemary 201<br />

Otsuka, Dennis 125, 183<br />

Owen, John 1B5<br />

P<br />

Pakaln, Silvio 110, 224<br />

Palmer, Fleet 161<br />

Palmer, Fred 169<br />

PANHELLENIC 130<br />

Parker, Donna 147, 224<br />

Parker, Dick 13<br />

Parkman, Gordon 159<br />

Poria piano, Jean 251<br />

Parslow, Judy 141<br />

Pastore, Thomas 174<br />

Patrick, Thomas 221, 22B<br />

Patterson, Mike 177<br />

Paul, Jacki 201, 202, 232<br />

Paularena, Harriet 26, 147, 251<br />

Pavitt, Sondra 135<br />

Payne, Lee 135<br />

Peacock, Jack 174<br />

Pearce, Fronk 16B<br />

Pearson, Julianne 153<br />

Penland, Suzanne 133<br />

Peratt, Barbara 145<br />

Perestrello, John · 171<br />

Perkins, Betty 143<br />

Perrotti, Jean 135<br />

Perry, Sondra 135<br />

Perry, Travis 185<br />

Pesqueira, Rolph 177<br />

Peters, Carol 135<br />

Peters, Marilyn 139<br />

Peterson, Ann 251<br />

Peterson, Elizabeth 141<br />

Peterson, Joan 228<br />

Peto, Guy 97<br />

Petrone, Rosario 143<br />

Petz, Marjorie 139<br />

Pfaff, John 166<br />

Philbin, Edward 185, 203, 205<br />

Phillippi, Ruth 135<br />

Phillips, Marilyn 147<br />

Phillips, Kenneth 22B<br />

Phipps, Lynn 133<br />

PI ALPHA LAMBDA 154<br />

PI BETA PHI 32, 150<br />

PI KAPPA ALPHA 31, 170<br />

Picaizen, Ado 96, 97, 202, 207,<br />

216,224,231<br />

Picard, Norman 169, 232<br />

Pick, Lois 26<br />

Picklesimer, Barbara 143<br />

Pierce, Don 181<br />

Pinkham, Barbaro 153<br />

Pinkins, Broxton 163<br />

Pinkins Thomas 163<br />

Pinnell' Barbaro 133<br />

Pinney: Harold 181<br />

Pirie, AI _171<br />

Pitts Sue 149<br />

Pag:ell, Arthur 223<br />

Polk, Keith 203, 205<br />

Pollack, Glenda 154<br />

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Pollock, Perry 16~<br />

Pomeranz Seymour 18<br />

Pomeroy, 'Richard<br />

Potter Charlotte ·· ..··· ···<br />

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~~:t~a, J;:enve.~ .. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 139<br />

Pray: Howard 181, 2~;<br />

Precourt Roy 113, 1<br />

Preibisi~s Alice 141<br />

PrentIce,<br />

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Presher, Robert ··· ..· ··· .. ···· .. ·· .. ·.. ·i43<br />

Prince, Rut~ · ····· .. ·· ··· .. ·······145<br />

Pugh, Marrlyn 41<br />

Pugh, Suzanne 1<br />

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QUETZAL HALL 30, 200, 201<br />

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Roe, Robert 232<br />

Ramage, Roy -- 177<br />

Rambeau, Archie __..__ 58, 177<br />

Rove, Sue 147<br />

Recht, James 161<br />

Rechin, Gerold 22B<br />

Redmon, Fronk 168<br />

Redman, Ron 177<br />

Redman, Charles 185<br />

Reed, Edward 171<br />

Reeves, Sondra 147<br />

Reid, William 110<br />

Reifschneider, Robert 177<br />

Reilly, Maureen 147<br />

Reinke, Pot 225<br />

Reith, Betty 201<br />

Renz, Geralding 228<br />

Repaci, Louis 174<br />

Rewick, Robert 174<br />

Richard, Barbaro 102, 139, 251<br />

Richa rds, Cha rles 174<br />

Richards, James 174<br />

Richardson, Bill 169, 177, 207<br />

Richardson, W. Reed 161<br />

Rickey, Ronald 203, 225<br />

Riddle, Phil 177<br />

Ridenour, Cordelia 225<br />

Rienstra, Ann 139<br />

Riggins, James B 161<br />

Rigler, Donald 168<br />

Riley, John 174<br />

Ritchie, Fred 159<br />

Roberts, Barbara 149<br />

Robertson, Miriam 224<br />

Rocheleau, Robert 177<br />

Rodetis, George 183<br />

Rodlyn, Rolfe 185<br />

Roehr, Charles 168<br />

Roehrkasse, Dale 177, 205<br />

Roethel, George 111, 185, 205<br />

ROGER WILLIAMS CLUB 221<br />

Rogers, Bonnie 145<br />

Rogers, Buddy 118, 183, 205,<br />

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Rohlf, Fronk 183<br />

Rosa Olivia 95, 207<br />

Rosch, George 181<br />

Rose Joy 154<br />

Rose: Karen 135, 228<br />

Rosenberger, Frank 17~<br />

Rosenberger, George ~~7<br />

Rosen-thai, Ed 110,<br />

Rosewaine, V· Irglnla<br />

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Roth Carl 15<br />

Roth: Carol J 118, :4~<br />

Roush, Fran'ces 1 3 6<br />

Ryan Robert 6<br />

Ryan: Susanne 139<br />

Rynerson, Jean 139<br />

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Soda Gary ····· ..··.. ······171<br />

, 83 162<br />

Sager, Darrell ,<br />

Sailors, John ··········· ..·· ..···· ..·i·5·3···;~;<br />

Salmon, Barbaro r<br />

Samaniego, Felix 88<br />

Sams, Jame,s .. ··..····· .. ····· ·········i~1<br />

Samuels, Shirley ·· ..·· ·· · ·154<br />

Sanders, Barbaro .<br />

Sanders, Dorothy<br />

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Sanderson, Vester : ~ 1<br />

Sartorius, Helen ··········i·i9·..i·ii·..217<br />

Satterlee, Jean .... 118, ' ' 228<br />

Sawuer, Raymond 6<br />

Schag, Richard ····· ·· ..·· .. ······5·..: ~9<br />

Scheidel, Chris 15 , 174<br />

Schleif, Gerald ·..··········· ··108<br />

Schluter, Jeanne ···· · ··· ..·83·..228<br />

Schneider, Roland ~77' 205<br />

Schultz, Jerry ..... ·..·..···· ..····· '159<br />

Schwend, Teddy ··· ..······ ..···174<br />

Scott, Charles ·· ..·..··· .. ··97····i25..·147<br />

Scully, Dorothy " 139<br />

Sears, Janice ··· ..·.... ·.. ········ .. ··.. ···141<br />

Sebby, Sondra ······ ..·· ..················228<br />

Seckler, Bonn.ie Jean .. ·..97·..·i·66:··205<br />

Sedlock, Bob ................, 149<br />

Seewald, Carol ······· .... ········ ..·······135<br />

Sever, Tressie .. ·..········ ..···· ..·.... ····153<br />

Severin, Nancy .. ·..··· .. ·..···· ..········:230<br />

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Sevier, William 168<br />

Sewell, Dave 88, 177<br />

Shagane, Bob 109<br />

Shaklee, Albert 166<br />

Shanahan, Michael 177<br />

Shonk, Kay 230<br />

Shawn, Barbara 149<br />

Shepard, Judith 139<br />

Shields, Robert 228<br />

Shoen, Patricia 145<br />

Sick, Geraldine 221<br />

Siebrand, Clark 171<br />

Sieckman, Theodore 177<br />

Siegel, Lenard 223<br />

Siervogel, Elaine 141, 229<br />

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 28, 172<br />

SIGMA CHI 32, 176<br />

SIGMA KAPPA 33, 180<br />

SIGMA PI 33, 1 BO<br />

SIGMA PHI EPSILON 30, 178<br />

SIGMA PI SIGMA 233<br />

Sikking, Laurilyn<br />

Simoneau, Robert 174<br />

Sitclif, Jay 229<br />

Skinner, Beverly 143<br />

Skinner, Carole 147<br />

Skinner, Mari Iyn 149<br />

Skinner, Stan 97, 177<br />

Slater, Raymond 174<br />

Siayen, Lillian 154<br />

Slemmons, James 88, 161<br />

Smart, Jerry 166<br />

Smiley, John 166<br />

Smith, Avery 162<br />

Smith, Bill 223<br />

Smith, Clifford 108, 127<br />

Smith, Darold 183<br />

Smith, Eric 113, 174<br />

Smith, Gary 174<br />

Smith, Jane 154<br />

Smith, Lavon 153<br />

Smith, Ronnie 166<br />

Smith, Ronald M 179<br />

Smith, Ruth A. 201<br />

Smole, Judith 221<br />

Smollar, Judith 154<br />

Snow, Beverly 145<br />

Snow, Susan 143<br />

Snyder, Tom 177<br />

Solomon, Helen 154<br />

Sommermeyer, Elaine 143<br />

Soper, Richard 174<br />

Soto, Hugo K. Jr 174<br />

Sowle, Marilyn 201<br />

Spear, Donald 183<br />

Spencer, Janet 139, 201<br />

Stafford, E. Wesley 229<br />

Stamatopoulos, Pauline 147<br />

Stanard, Gray 159<br />

Starr, Terry 174<br />

Steely, Barbara 139<br />

Steinmetz, Harry 97, 118, 217<br />

Sterling, William 168<br />

Stevens, Dennis 168<br />

Stevenson, Carol 201<br />

Stevenson, Don 97, 181<br />

Stevenson, Peter 159<br />

Stewart, Barbara 139<br />

Stewart, Charles 179<br />

Stewart, William H 171<br />

Stickney, Nylene 149<br />

Stier, Stephanie 201<br />

Stine, David 166<br />

Stokes, Louie 145<br />

Stokes, Reitha 154<br />

Stolzoff, Bernard 161<br />

Stomberg, Buzzy 166<br />

Stone, Howard 185<br />

Stone, Samuel 108, 161<br />

Strasser, Malcolm 185<br />

Streeter, Edwin 185<br />

Stringer, Beverly 147<br />

Strople, Joan 228<br />

St. Sure, Frank 166<br />

Stuffier, Paula 145<br />

Stump, Jack 101, 174, 230<br />

Sturak, Carmen 202<br />

Sucec, Dave 83<br />

Sullivan, Donald 168<br />

Sullivan, Jerry 181<br />

Sutorus, Art 177<br />

Suverkurbbe, James 171<br />

Svaalstad, Bernie 177<br />

Svobodo, John 161<br />

Swan, James 166<br />

SWift, Donald 169<br />

Sylvester, Foy 174<br />

Sylvester, Truman 228<br />

SYMPHONY BAND 105<br />

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 105<br />

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Tadlock, Donald 177<br />

Talboy, Ruth 228<br />

Tanzer, James 166<br />

Tarver, Janet 145<br />

Tash, Connie 147<br />

TAU KAPPA EPSILON 34, 182<br />

TAU SIGMA 234<br />

Taylor, Charles 159<br />

Taylor, Janer 145<br />

Taylor, Richard 177<br />

Tecker, James 159, 205<br />

Temple, Tom 161<br />

Templeton, William 166<br />

TENNIS , .<br />

Thaxton, Vera 201, 202<br />

THEATRE GUILD 233<br />

Thiery, Margaret : 139<br />

THETA CHI 33, 185<br />

Thomas, Alice 228<br />

Thomas, Cameron 230<br />

Thomas, Clyde _163<br />

Thompson, Bruce 223<br />

Thompson, Connie 143<br />

Thompson, Frances 229<br />

Thompson, Gail 183<br />

Thompson, Pat 133, 194<br />

Tinning, Jay _ _ _177<br />

Thornton, Wesley 168<br />

Thorson, Richard _.. _ 174<br />

Thurston, Wilma _.143, 174<br />

Tisdale, David __ 166<br />

Tobiason, Norma 135<br />

Todd, Arthur _ 224<br />

Townsend, Larry _ 185<br />

Tremaine, Roger _ 177<br />

Tripp, Carol 139, 225<br />

Tripp, Mariorie _232<br />

Truitt, Terry 181<br />

Tschogl, Carol _135<br />

Tschogle, Jacquelyn ._ 135<br />

Tucker, Elojne .44, 133, 189<br />

Tupper, Charles 181<br />

Turner, Jay _ 177<br />

Turner, Jennie 149<br />

Turner, Joseph 174<br />

Twelker, John 97<br />

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Uden, Bill 181<br />

Ulrich, Jeannine _ 135<br />

Urbach, A. Sigmund 187, 223<br />

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Valenta, Muriel 149<br />

Vance, Richard 177<br />

Van Every, Tad _._ 177<br />

Van Sickle, Don _ 171<br />

Velasquez, Charles _ 174<br />

VerSteeg, Mary 200<br />

Vetter, Carol _ 149<br />

Vint, Vincent 97, 177<br />

Vogle, J. H _.. 228<br />

Von Der Lohe, Patricia 201<br />

Voglko, George .......•.................. 229<br />

Vondruska, John ._ 169<br />

Verbeck, Don 174<br />

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Waddell, Ray 166<br />

Waggener, Jim _ 177<br />

Wagner, Roy ..........................•..... 174<br />

Walcott, William 168<br />

Walker, Dick 109<br />

Wa Iker, Eric 174<br />

Walker, Graham 177<br />

Walker, R. D __ _.177<br />

Walls, Roy Jr 181<br />

Walsh, Bill 127, 177,205,<br />

207, 217<br />

Walson, Raymond ._ _ 228<br />

Ward, John _ 174<br />

Ward, Mary 97, 118, 145, 217,<br />

224, 232<br />

Warner, Robert 162<br />

Warren, Richard _166<br />

Watson, Eleanor 202<br />

Weast, Donald 166<br />

Weber, Patrician _ 141<br />

Weiner, Martin _.. _ 187<br />

Weining, Joan 135, 229<br />

From the expressions on their<br />

faces, Dr. Robert L. Benjamin,<br />

right, and Dr. Joseph McClintic,<br />

left, must be thinking "Urn boy,<br />

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laid a lip over," and why not,<br />

with meats from the GRAND<br />

MEAT COMPANY, you can expect<br />

nothing short of a delightful<br />

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MEAT COMPANY, with plants in<br />

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Weismann James 221<br />

Weismann' Ralph 221<br />

Welden Jim 177<br />

Wenber~, Joanne 229<br />

Werbisky, Frank 161, 232<br />

WESLEY CLUB _.222<br />

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Westhoff Marilyn 147<br />

WESTMINSTER CLUB 222<br />

Weston Joanne 228<br />

Weston' Marilyn 202<br />

Westw;od, Margot 141<br />

Weymiller, AI 161<br />

Whatley Robert 228<br />

Wheato~ Joyce 141<br />

Whelan 'Carole 143<br />

Whelan' James 162<br />

Whitak~r, Thomas 166<br />

White, Sylvia Campbell.A3, 145, 201<br />

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White, William 18~<br />

Whitebread, Robert 17<br />

White, Frank 1~~<br />

Whittaker, Jack 1<br />

Whittingtan, Charla 149<br />

Wickham Donald 159<br />

Wier Br~ce 161<br />

Wig~ins, Barbara 147<br />

Wigginton, Carol 149<br />

Wilbanks, Roy ~~~<br />

Wilkerson, Jean 224, 1<br />

Wilks, Mike ~~9<br />

Williams, Barbara 3<br />

Williams, Horace 16<br />

Williams, Joni 112, 137, 2~~<br />

Williams John 1<br />

Williams~n, Lynne 139, 22~<br />

Williamson, Robert ~;6<br />

Wills Victor .<br />

Wils;n, Janet 127, 207<br />

Winchell Dick 161<br />

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Winzell, Barbara 141<br />

Wolfensberger, Spike 166<br />

Wolter, Barbara 108, 202,217<br />

Wolters, Richard 205<br />

Womack, Norman 230<br />

Womack Robert 230<br />

Wood Ken 177<br />

Wood~rd Joyce 147<br />

Woodma~see Ray 58, 166<br />

Woodward, Roy 181<br />

Woolsey, Charles 110<br />

Wrenn, Allen 183<br />

Wright, Jay 166<br />

Wright, Jerry 171<br />

Wright, Nancy 127<br />

Wyatt, James 166<br />

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Yale, Richard 17


TONY'S PIES have long been a favorite of<br />

the 'guys and dolls' on this campus. This<br />

foursome (left to right, Nancy Warner, Alice<br />

O'Neal, Joyce Chadwick, Jerry Cole) seems<br />

to agree 'there's no better way to spend<br />

that between class break than in the caf',<br />

with friends and TONY'S PIE'. Individually<br />

wrapped or on a plate, Tony uses only the<br />

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to say as they fortify themselves for the next class with delicious<br />

Arden chocolate drink and Arden Flavor Fresh Homogenized<br />

milk. They're typical of many State students who enjoy Arden<br />

Flavor Fresh Dairy Products both on campus and off.


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AZTEC SHOPS , LTD.<br />

Servin.g Aztecs better than students of other colleges is<br />

the aim. of Aztec Shops employees. Even while plans<br />

were being made for building a new bookstore a d<br />

new cafe, extensive improvements were mad' n a<br />

f ... e In present<br />

ccilities. :v'0st noticed change was in Main Cafe where<br />

new plastic booths were installed.<br />

Included in the duties of Shops personnel beside their<br />

retail functions are accounting activities in connection<br />

with the Associated Students, the Student Centralized<br />

Bank and the San Diego State College Foundation.<br />

Graduate Manager' Dickie Thomas heads this very active<br />

phase of campus life.<br />

TOP RIGHT-<br />

These happy folks feed Aztecs in the Patio. They are, left<br />

to right, <strong>Del</strong>la Howard, Jerry Bevilacqua, Frank Walker, Marie<br />

Hayes, Elaine Velasco and Ella Fields.<br />

RIGHT CENTER-<br />

Familiar to all habitues of the Main Cafe are, from left to<br />

right, Jerry Bevilacqua, Angie Elrod, Fannie Ross, Virginia<br />

Stanley, Ethyl Seigle, Katherine Maupin, Dorothy Burbank,<br />

Mary Jane Whitley, Julie Fillweber, Ruth Petzen, Hattie<br />

Wardrip and Andy Randeques.<br />

Important cogs in the Shops machinery are, seated, May<br />

Wilbert and Marjorie Baker; standing, Gay Macklin, Lovell<br />

Baker, Bernice Linton, Doris Hawley and Tom Macklin.<br />

LOWER RIGHT-<br />

BELOW-<br />

Beaming Boss Dickie Thomas poses with the Bookstore gang.<br />

They are June Saleebey, Ruby Mayfield, Doris Heskett, Lyall<br />

Tucker and Jewel Ollestad.<br />

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missile guidance, avionic projects, radar systems and special cathode ray tubes.<br />

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Management at Convair is keenly aware of the importance of integrating good, young<br />

engineers into its engineering department. Pictured above are a group of San Diego State<br />

College students - a part of Convair's student - co-op engineering training program<br />

who have participated .in many of Convair's new and important projects.<br />

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