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SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE<br />

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Built centuries ago by the early settlers of California as guardian<br />

of the entrance of Mission Valley,the Presidio and Fort Stockton<br />

stand today as bastions of a different sort. They symbolize<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong>'s historic buildings which preserve and foster the<br />

Spanish traditions so much a part of our surroundings.<br />

Representative of the city's underlying<br />

love of beauty and appreciation for<br />

culture is the California Tower, the<br />

symbol of Balboa Park. Although<br />

constructed in 1915 for the Panama-<br />

California Exposition, the buildings<br />

continue to serve the public interest<br />

as museums and art galleries, while the<br />

park provides breathing space for a<br />

growing city.


, h ["[ n in the<br />

Southern California's philosop y 0 u<br />

l<br />

M' , n<br />

sun" is echoed throughout the county. n ItS 10<br />

Ba Park, only a few years rem~)Ved [rom use ess<br />

swamp y Ian d , a burgeoning tourist trade has d<br />

rom ted construction of many ~cw an<br />

beautfful hotels, such as the one pictured below.<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong>'s skyline shimmers across the harbor to<br />

Coronado where a ferry, veteran of countless channel<br />

crossings, watches and notes the difference that just<br />

five years of growth makes.<br />

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Montezuma regards the campus with solemnity from his<br />

corner of the Quad.<br />

Reflecting science's penchant for precision<br />

is the geometric architecture of<br />

the Chemistql"Geology building.<br />

Hello \Valk gets constant use as students hurry between<br />

classes.<br />

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The Music building offer. harmony of d ign.<br />

t<br />

Two student<br />

take time out for a chat.<br />

~he Main Quad is a popular ga thering place any<br />

tune of day.<br />

Rapid expansion marks SDS; here the new Business-<br />

Math building nears completion.<br />

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COLLEGE<br />

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

Imperial Valley Campus<br />

720 Heber<br />

Calexico, CA 92231<br />

DR. DONALD R. WATSON<br />

Dean of the College<br />

DEA<br />

DR. ERNEST B: O'BYRNE<br />

Vic!" President<br />

S<br />

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE<br />

This volume of the 1964 <strong>Del</strong> SUdoeste is one which you will no doubt cherish<br />

as one of the most valuable annuals in your scholastic career. It will serve as<br />

a constant reminder of many of your diversified activities on the campus whether<br />

they were curricular or extra-curricular. You will be most proud to retain .<br />

this volume in your library and from time to time compare the campus dunng<br />

your residence here with several years hence. There is no doubt that in future years<br />

you will become more appreciative of the real value of a college education an~<br />

of the excellent assistance <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> has extended to you. I trust you WIll<br />

have profited greatly as a result of your social and academic experiences so that you<br />

may fit more successfully into your vocational and community life. In this present<br />

day a college educated individual is much more in demand than ever before.<br />

May you become most happy in whatever profession you select.<br />

14<br />

President<br />

DR MAURICE M. LE~ME<br />

Dean of Graduate Studies<br />

DR. DARRELL HOLMES<br />

Executive Lrea.n<br />

15


COLLEGE<br />

ADMINISTRATORS<br />

DR. HERBERT C. PEIFFER<br />

Dean of Students<br />

MRS. MARGERY ANN WARMER<br />

Dean of Activities<br />

DR. MELVIN A. ANDERSON<br />

Dean of Admissions and Records<br />

VERNON C .. ROSENE<br />

Activities Advisor<br />

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DR. SIDNEY L. GULICK<br />

Dean of Arts and Sciences DR. DONALD F. HARDER<br />

Dean of Counseling and Testing<br />

FRANK HOOLE<br />

Activities Advisor<br />

MISS ROBERTA J. HALES<br />

Activities Advisor<br />

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COLLEGE<br />

ADMINISTRATORS<br />

LT. COL. ROY 9UDITH<br />

Division Chairman<br />

DR. WILL M. KIDWELL<br />

Director of Placement and Financial Aids<br />

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DR. JOHN M. YARBOROUGH<br />

Director of Housing<br />

HARVEY J. GOODFRIEND<br />

Graduate Manager<br />

19


BUSINESS<br />

ADMINISTRATION<br />

EDUCATION,<br />

CAMPUS LAB SCHOOL<br />

DR. CHARLES W. LAMDEN<br />

Dean of School of Business Admini~tration<br />

DR. MANFRED SCHRUPP<br />

~~---- Dean of School of Education<br />

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ENG INEERING<br />

DR. MARTIN CAPP<br />

D an of Engineering School<br />

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FINE<br />

ARTS


HEALTH, PE,<br />

RECREATION<br />

HUMANITIES<br />

DR. WILLIAM TERRY<br />

Division Chairman<br />

DR. JOHN R. ADAMS<br />

Division Chairman


LI E SCIENCE<br />

PHYSICAL SCIENCE<br />

DR. DUDLEY H. R BINSON<br />

Division Chairman<br />

DR. J;\~ES E. CROUCH<br />

DIvIsIOn Chairman<br />

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SOCIAL SCIENCE<br />

LIBRARY<br />

DR.DAVID . MILNE<br />

Division Chairman<br />

DR.<br />

LOUISA. KENNEY<br />

Librarian<br />

HEALTH<br />

SERVICES<br />

_.-..l:.... -_DR. FRAN ROBER:fSDl'S'I----<br />

Director of Health Services<br />

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NEDRA SNYDER<br />

AS Secretary<br />

Associated<br />

Student<br />

Officers<br />

JERRY HAR.MON<br />

AS Vice President<br />

DENNIS MOO.RE<br />

Commissioner of Finance<br />

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

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Associated Student Council<br />

BEN CLAY<br />

Freshman<br />

Representative<br />

TOM LUHNOW<br />

Sophomore<br />

Representative<br />

VINCE BIONDO MIKE LEMBECK<br />

Upper Division Representatives<br />

MIKE<br />

MYERS<br />

JIM ASHCRAFT JUDY GOTTLIEB<br />

Lower Division Representatives<br />

DICK BUCK<br />

Junior<br />

Representative<br />

ELON PLACE<br />

Senior<br />

Representative<br />

JIM STREET BOB WHITE<br />

Upper Division Representatives<br />

LARRY TAYLOR<br />

Lower Division .<br />

. Representative<br />

MIKE PALMER<br />

Graduate<br />

Representative<br />

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AS<br />

Boards<br />

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ACTIVITIES BOARD (from left) : Judy Johnson,<br />

Tom Morgan, Alice Budzinski Miss Roberta<br />

Hales. Jeff Skinner, Jim Street, Dr. Thomas L.<br />

Gillette. Not pictured: Dr. William Snyder.<br />

FI;\E ARTS BOARD. FRONT ROW: Lee<br />

Owe-ns, Marion Li ttic, Joyce Cordell, Judy Gottlieb.<br />

BACK ROW: William Bowne, J. Dayton Smith,<br />

Dr. Robert L. Benjamin.<br />

A!HLETIC BOARD (from left): D. I. Eidemiller,<br />

M. L. Crawford, Al Olson, Larry Taylor,<br />

Elan Place, Tom Logans, William Terry. Not pictured:<br />

Harvey Goodfriend, Joe Kiefer, Dr. Herbert<br />

C. Peiffer.<br />

INTERNATIONAL BOARD (from left): Judy<br />

Peirce, Mike Palmer. Pat Holewinski.<br />

NOT PICTURED: Dennis Tilton, Larry Stirling,<br />

David Neptune, Minos D. Generales.<br />

!<br />

FINANCE BOARD (from left)· Ron Roach<br />

Carol);'n Myers, Penny Rutledge, Denny Moore;<br />

Joe KIefer, Dean Leptich, Harvey Goodfriend.<br />

INTRAMURAL BOARD (from left): Dr.<br />

Gerald Person, Robert Hanson, Gary Branstetter,<br />

Ben Clay, Winnie Krone, Ron Peterson.<br />

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35


AS<br />

Boards<br />

LECTURES AND CONCERTS BOARD (from<br />

left): Kathy Estey, Dr. William Saigh, Pat De-<br />

Forest, David Loomis, Mike Lembeck, Victor<br />

Druskin, Lloyd Ta}'lor, Mike Spurgeon.<br />

NOT PICTURED: Frank Hoole, Dr. Robert<br />

Canary, Linda Oden, Maureen Hill, Major<br />

Charles L. Waid.<br />

PUBLICATIONS BOARD (from left): Dr.<br />

Charles Yahr, Roger Roppe, Rex SalI?on, ~ob<br />

White Frank Holowach, Dr. James Juhan, MI~e<br />

Spurg~on, Joe Kiefer, <strong>San</strong>die Ship~, Gayle Ch:lstiansen,<br />

Chic Duggan. Not pictured : DIck<br />

Nichols.<br />

LONG RANGE PLANNING BOARD: The<br />

Long Range Planning Board coordinated the<br />

financing, architectural design, activities, program,<br />

and organizational structure of the proposed<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> Student Union Building.<br />

Board members are: Harvey Goodfriend, Robert<br />

McCoy, Dr. Donald Theil, Dean Margery<br />

Warmer, Jerry Harmon, Dave Johnson, Mike<br />

Myers, Mike Spurgeon.<br />

PUBLIC RELATIONS BOARD, FRONT<br />

ROW: Margie Boyd, Gayle Christiansen.<br />

BACK ROW: Bob Yale, Dr. Frank Irgang,<br />

Doug Pattillo, Dr. Frank Robertson, Roy Lessard.<br />

PEP .BOARD (from left): Barbara Green, Ron<br />

Dermer, Carol. ~ilson, Dr. Millard Biggs, Vern<br />

Rosene, Dr. wnu, Kendall, Jan Tilds.<br />

BACK ROW: Don Weaver, Jim Ashcraft.<br />

SPECIAL EVENTS BOARD, FRONT R


Associated Women Students<br />

All the women students at SDS arc members of the Associated Women Students.<br />

AWS sponsors twenty programs for women students each scm ester. Among them<br />

are the Program Planning Party during Orientation Week, a lecture series<br />

"it's a Woman's World," the Towle Silver Display, and an International<br />

Students Dessert.<br />

The Knobby Knees Contest and Fresh Fete are included in All Women's Week<br />

a highlight of the fall semester. '<br />

The AWS Woman of the Month and Woman of the Year awards are given to<br />

outstanding women leaders.<br />

Miss Roberta Hales is faculty advisor.<br />

Associated Men Students<br />

The Associated Men Students is an organization comprised of the male<br />

student body at SDS.<br />

AMS tries to provide well-rounded and diversified activities for men students.<br />

Among AMS-sponsored activities are surfing and sports films, after-game dances,<br />

a folk festival, a Christmas charity project, and Fite Nite.<br />

AMS also presents the Man of the Month and Man of the Year awards to<br />

deserving campus leaders.<br />

Frank Hoole is faculty advisor.<br />

D<br />

MINIE CAPPADONNA<br />

President<br />

JERRY MONELL<br />

President<br />

LINDA ODEN<br />

Vice President<br />

NANCY WINTERS<br />

Secretary<br />

BEVERLY SODOMKA<br />

Treasurer<br />

JOHN LACY<br />

Vice President<br />

DENNIS DANIEL<br />

Secretary<br />

DENNY MacDONALD<br />

Treasurer<br />

AWS COUNCIL, FRONT ROW (f If).<br />

Oden, Nancy Winters. rom e t . Beverly Sodomka, Dominie Cappadonna, Linda<br />

BACK ROW: Miss Roberta Hales ad' . B . H f .<br />

Corinne Gardner, Christine Lam r~u ~I~or, onrue ae er, Ten Shonaker, Sherrill Hatfield,<br />

son, Nedra Snyder, Betsy Cunnin:harr:, 1~z~~~~ic~.unnae Gavett, Betty Bradley, Joanne Per-<br />

AMS COUNCIL, FRONT ROW (from left): Larry Manson, Tommy Logans, Tom Jimenez,<br />

George Abdelnour, Mike Sund, Ron Long. . " .<br />

BACK ROW: Mike Munz, Dennis Daniel, RIch Smith, Jim Dale, Denny MacDonald, Terry<br />

Storevik, Jerry Monell, John Lacy, Lou Gadless.


Senior Class<br />

The activities of the senior class were centered around<br />

graduation. Senior Awards Day, held May 21, honored<br />

outstanding class members for their contributions<br />

to SDS. Baccalaureate services were scheduled with an<br />

informal reception for graduating seniors and their parents.<br />

Commencement exercises culminated class activities.<br />

Junior Class<br />

The junior class sponsored the February Flop dance,<br />

held the first week of the spring semester. A Bare Foot<br />

Drag and the traditional Blue Book Ball rounded out<br />

the year's activities.<br />

MERRELL DAVIS<br />

President<br />

DOUG MAN HE TER<br />

President<br />

FRED MILEY<br />

Vice President<br />

MARION LITTLE<br />

Secretary<br />

RICH JOHNSTON<br />

Treasurer<br />

BOB ODLE<br />

Vice President<br />

BONNIE ALDER<br />

Secretary<br />

LYNN BEECHLER<br />

Treasurer<br />

-<br />

40 SENIOR CLASS COD .<br />

Driver, Rich Johnston. NCIL MEMBERS (f I f<br />

rom e t): Marion Little, Merrell Davis, Diane<br />

UNIOR CLASS COUNCIL MEMBERS (from left): Gary Hart, Erin Schmidt, Diane Zervas,<br />

~ob OdIe, Bonnie Alder, Doug Manchester, Lynn Beechler, Janet Johnson.<br />

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Sophomore Class<br />

The sophomore class sponsore? several activities .this past<br />

year, including a Sadie Hawkms d~nce held dunng<br />

AWS "Catch a Man Week." Later in the semester<br />

the class sponsored a "Bring Your Favorite Fool to the<br />

April Fools Dance."<br />

Freshman Class<br />

The freshman class sponsored the Blue Book Ball held at<br />

the end of the fall semester. The dance, held traditionally<br />

at the end of finals, featured the Elliott Brothers band.<br />

The Belle of the Blue Book Ball was selected from<br />

a group of freshman candidates.<br />

JIM WHITE<br />

Pre ident<br />

TEVE IB N<br />

President<br />

ROBIN CHRISTY<br />

Vice President<br />

DONNA PETERSEN<br />

Secretary<br />

MYRA SCHWARTZ<br />

Treasurer<br />

TOM AULT<br />

Vice President<br />

SHARON TAYLOR<br />

Secretary<br />

KAREN THOMPSON<br />

Treasurer<br />

£•<br />

FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL MEMBERS, ROW 1: Karen Thompson, Steve Gibson, Tom<br />

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P<br />

SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL MEMBERS<br />

orter, , FRONT ROW: Clo Ann Vaughan, Kay<br />

BACK ROW: R bi Ch<br />

Jim White. 0 In risty, Donna Petersen M S h<br />

, yra c wartz, Alex Brucker, Bob Sitcoscy,<br />

Ault, Sharon Tayl


A.CTI'V"ITIES


SDS Doors Open to .Welcome<br />

Its New and Returning Students<br />

IWW hig!l in cnrolhucnt was reached when 14,'i'i(J<br />

students f('gistcred for classes in September. To new<br />

students, this was an experience long to be remembered.<br />

To the veterans of registration, the lines only S('('!Iwd<br />

t g·t longer and the ria ses seemed to dose faster.<br />

Plastic identification cards, used for the first time last fall,<br />

helped to speed the process of mass education. At the<br />

end f the three day episode, it was evident to seniors as<br />

well as freshmen, that in the eyes of the administration<br />

1I ill" equal.<br />

... Animal husbandry ... a-n-i-m- ...<br />

But that's not possible-that class was just open a second ago.<br />

Neither rain I<br />

, nor s eet, nor dark of night shall sta " '.<br />

y these stud en ts from t hci I' phgh t.<br />

A spirited assembly was a highlight of Orientation Week.<br />

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1 d Presents<br />

Cheerleaders stimulate SDS school spirit.<br />

Mixed emotions are evident at the sidelines.<br />

Chi Omega<br />

Showboat<br />

A rose, is a<br />

rose, is a rose ...<br />

AWS Femme<br />

Fashion<br />

Show<br />

One of the annual fall highlights<br />

is "Showboat," sponsored by Chi<br />

Omega sorority. The traditional<br />

theme is accented by the southern<br />

dress of the sorority members.<br />

Voting for King Cotton is held<br />

at the dance and this year's king<br />

was Kent Lawson, sponsored by<br />

Sigma Chi. Advertising for the<br />

event is provided by a cotton<br />

picking contest on the bookstore<br />

lawn. A free bid to the dance is<br />

awarded to the best cotton picker.<br />

The sophisticated young females<br />

at SDS find a chance to view the<br />

best of fashions.<br />

... And the king is crowned.


Student Union<br />

Plans Approved<br />

A record number of students<br />

voted, in October, on the proposed<br />

plans for the Studer:t<br />

Union. The vote resulted III the<br />

approval of the student tax<br />

needed to make a dream b~c?me<br />

a reality. The planned addition<br />

to the campus will provide study<br />

rooms, an auditorium, sna~~.<br />

shop, and recreational.faClhtles.<br />

Although the constru~tI~:m date<br />

is still in the future, It IS the<br />

present day students who have.<br />

provided the spirit and enthusiasm<br />

to get the student center<br />

under way.<br />

IN I"" ".""IoRU<br />

\liego Siale CoRet!<br />

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!STUDENT OHIOI<br />

JR RESPOMSIBIUn<br />

TO yOU<br />

lit'<br />

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t~iUrS.: OCT.<br />

7:30 ..... til1(l:OO , ....<br />

MAIN QUAD & frool ~ BOOK<br />

Peace Corps Director<br />

Speaks on Campus<br />

Kicking off his California recruitment tour, R. Sargent<br />

Shriver spoke to <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> students on the<br />

Peace Corps program. Mr. Shriver, director of the<br />

U.S. Peace Corps, emphasized the fact that California<br />

supplied a majority of the 7,000 volunteers stationed in<br />

46 countries. During the week of Oct. 7, a team of<br />

representatives set up a Peace Corps center on campus<br />

to supply students with information about the program<br />

and to administer entrance tests. As a result of the<br />

campaign, <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> set a national recruiting record<br />

for colleges and universities.<br />

AWS Towle<br />

Silver Display<br />

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Frosh Camp<br />

To the new students of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>, Frosh Camp<br />

provides an opportunity to become better acquainted with<br />

their campus. On a Friday afternoon they retreat to the<br />

mountains for a weekend. Along with fun, there are<br />

informative seminars led by campus leaders and<br />

school administrators.<br />

IFC Bidding<br />

Fraternity life can be a rewarding experience for any<br />

college man. Selecting the right group is a serious and,<br />

sometimes, tedious procedure. The Inter-Fraternity<br />

Council has organized the system of bidding to provide<br />

equal membership among the campus fraternities.<br />

-and<br />

then the rains came.<br />

What do you mean-I<br />

can only have one?<br />

The male students gather together<br />

to await results of bidding.<br />

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Splish, splash, taking a walk on a Tuesday morning.<br />

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Carnival Becomes a Part of Homecoming<br />

House Decoration<br />

All work, no play is the motto for those<br />

who work on house decorations.<br />

The Homecoming Carnival stimulated the interest and<br />

spirit of the students, as a climax to Homecoming Week.<br />

To enrich the activities of the week, the Carnival made its<br />

first appearance this year. There was fun and [rolir<br />

for all to participate i~. and enjoy. The Carnival proved<br />

to be a successful addition to the activities of the week.<br />

By the light of the moon a showboat<br />

takes shape.<br />

Arms and legs-but what, no head?<br />

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Homecoming<br />

1963<br />

I<br />

.i->:<br />

fi f . heel won second place honors for Kappa Sigma fraternity.<br />

The rst erns w<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha and Gamma Phi Beta teamed to win the Sweepstakes trophy.<br />

For an entire week the spirit of the 1890's prevailed at <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> College. The first indication of its beginning<br />

was the feverish construction of house decorations, which<br />

added sparkle and enthusiasm to the activities ahead.<br />

Chairman Dale Trower and adviser Ken Sovay inaugurated<br />

new activities which made Homecoming a success.<br />

Among these events were a bicycle-built-for-two race, the<br />

crowning of Homecoming Queen Gayle Griggs at the<br />

Main Arch, and a carnival which enhanced, even more,<br />

the mood of the festivities. The week was climaxed by a<br />

42-14 football triumph over the <strong>University</strong> of California at<br />

<strong>San</strong>ta Barbara. The dance held that evening brought to a<br />

close the panorama of sound and color that was<br />

Homecoming.<br />

Long hours and hard work resulted in this first place effort by<br />

Alpha Tau Omega and Alpha Chi Omega.<br />

Best use of materials-Theta<br />

Ch' and Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta.<br />

I<br />

Sigma Chi and Kappa<br />

AIp ha<br />

Theta's house decoration was awarded third place.<br />

.._~~-~--~~~-~<br />

AZTECS: Stop "EM<br />

. ~<br />

Best portrayal of theme-<strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi.<br />

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Bicycle Race and Dance<br />

Highlight Homecoming<br />

-And<br />

the Queen is finally announced.<br />

Terry McPherson and <strong>San</strong>di Owens speed to victory in the Bicycle-Built-for-Two<br />

Race.<br />

Miss Gayle Griggs is crowned 1963<br />

Homecoming Queen by AS President<br />

Mike Spurgeon.<br />

The Homeconiing' Dance at the EI Cortez<br />

Hotel was the finale of HomecomingWeek<br />

events.<br />

Miss Grig.gs is escorted to her car by<br />

Larry ,wIckstrom, president of her<br />

spo!!sormg organization, Tau Kappa<br />

Epsilon.<br />

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AS Elections<br />

Ben Trovaten auctions off members of the Sigma Phi<br />

Epsilon pledge class as slaves for a day. The slaves' tasks<br />

Sig Ep<br />

often include everything from washing cars to pledge<br />

duties at sorority houses.<br />

Slave Sale<br />

Pumpkin<br />

Pani<br />

Campaign speeches were the order of the day as AS elections approached in<br />

November.<br />

International Student Night<br />

I<br />

,<br />

Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta annually<br />

adds enthusiasm to the<br />

Halloween season when<br />

they. hold their Pumpkin<br />

Panic. Contestants in the<br />

e.vent compete for coveted<br />

~ltles by carving a pumpkin<br />

Into a thing of beauty. The<br />

final results are often frightful<br />

as well as funny.<br />

International Student Night<br />

provided our students from<br />

other countries with an<br />

opportunity to become<br />

better acquainted with each<br />

other and <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>.<br />

The friendly atmosphere<br />

of the Wesley Foundation<br />

Hall aided in giving a<br />

warm welcome to the<br />

new students.<br />

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LAC Presents<br />

Peter, Paul, and Mary<br />

Appearing before a sell-out crowd in<br />

Peterson Gym, Peter, Paul, and Mary<br />

brought to SDS a lively hootenanny spirit.<br />

The famous folksinging trio were making<br />

a fall tour of college campuses. Their<br />

appearance was greeted with anxiety and<br />

enthusiasm, Jven to the extent that a<br />

new sound system was installed for the<br />

occasion.<br />

Freshmen coeds were selected to model in Frosh Fete. AWS<br />

All<br />

Women's Week<br />

Julie London<br />

Adding air


Chariot<br />

Races<br />

Pledges work harder at chariot<br />

races in the fall than at any<br />

other time. Each fraternity enters<br />

a racing chariot pulled by fou~<br />

pledges and a decorated chanot<br />

for the pageantry award. Th.e<br />

decorated chariots enter the held<br />

carrying the group's Ch~riot .<br />

Queen candidate. Winnmg this .<br />

year's contest was Lam?d~ ChI<br />

Alpha and its Qu~en NIC~l<br />

Armanino. <strong>Del</strong>ta SIgma PhI was<br />

given the pageantry award.<br />

Charity Football<br />

Game<br />

The pledge classes of Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

fraternity and Chi Omega sorority played a<br />

rough and rugged football game in the Charity<br />

Bowl last December. The money from the game<br />

was donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.<br />

Needless to say, the Chi Omega team<br />

team won a decisive 19-7 victory over the<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon team.<br />

. , bd Chi AI ha and Chariot Races Queen Nicki Armanino.<br />

The wmnmg team, Lam alp ,<br />

Farmers' Frolic<br />

Farmers' Frolic, sponsored by Kappa Sigma,<br />

never fails to bring fun and excitement to the SDS<br />

campus. The pledges of the fraternity dress as<br />

farn:ers during the week to advertise the upcomIng<br />

dance. In keeping with the spirit of<br />

the event, the fraternity holds a buttermilk<br />

drinking contest and a greased pig chase. Winners<br />

of those contests win a free bid to the dance.<br />

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, ~.,., ~ " .uv-v Ii ~., •<br />

Hootenanny<br />

Sev ral popular folk hootenannies<br />

wer held during the year for<br />

the enjoyment of SDS students.<br />

Christmas Carol<br />

Prof. E. Kingsley Povenmire gave his annual reading of Charles<br />

Dickens' "Christmas Carol" at an assembly held during the<br />

Yuletide season.<br />

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Finals and Blue Book Ball<br />

Fall Semester<br />

End<br />

Registration Begins the<br />

Spring Semester<br />

Stephan!e Smith is crowned Belle of the Blue Book Ball, by<br />

Steve GIbson, Freshman Class President. The Belle of the Ball and her court (from left): Marilyn<br />

Woker, Sharon Taylor, Stephanie<br />

Linda Elliott.<br />

Smith Stephanie<br />

'<br />

Bedillion<br />

,<br />

In the library we find eager students studying for final exams.<br />

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71 I I<br />

Brass<br />

Quintet<br />

The<br />

Chad ¥itchell<br />

Trio<br />

\<br />

Drew<br />

Pearson<br />

Danish Gym Team<br />

Joan<br />

Baez


Catch-A-Man- Week<br />

1964 being a leap year provided A WS wit~ the theme for Catch<br />

A Man Week. The events of the week centered around the<br />

interests of the college women ronternplating marriage. Included<br />

in the activities were a bridal fashion show and a ring display.<br />

A discussion by Dr. Thomas Gillette gave the single girl an insight<br />

into the secrets of catching a man and provided a fitting<br />

conclusion to a most interesting week.<br />

Fite<br />

Nite<br />

Joan McCarl and Archie Moore have a little talk during<br />

Fite Nite. Miss McCarl was selected to reign as Miss Knockout.<br />

Fite Nite, sponsored by AMS, is one of the highlights<br />

of the spring semester. Sigma Phi Epsilon won the<br />

Fite Nite title by scoring a total of 59 points. with<br />

a total of some 800 spectators viewing the event. Miss<br />

Joan McCarl, a member of Alpha Phi sorority. won<br />

the title of Miss Knockout. She was sponsored by<br />

Sig Eps.<br />

Miss Sally Hallenbeck, Best Dressed Ooed (In Campus, models during the Bridal Fashion Show.<br />

Most Uncatchable<br />

Man, Henry Ramirez.<br />

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MISS KNOCKOUT CANDIDATES (from left): Juelle Lamb, Joan ~cCarl, Karen Boyce,<br />

Linda Dickens, Gerri Jamieson, <strong>San</strong>di Owens, Jeannie Lomac, Waskah MIller, and Fran Wargo.<br />

Each candidate spoke on "Why I Like Men."<br />

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Polka Party<br />

The wearing of Tyrolean costumes by G~~ma<br />

Phi Beta members announced the soronty s<br />

annual Polka Party. Bids for the dance were sold<br />

from a Swiss chalet on campus. The Swiss Club<br />

in Chula Vista was the setting for the event,<br />

with music provided by the Ray-Nears.<br />

SIR JULIAN HUXLEY<br />

Tim MacNeil buys a bid from Judy Bacon, Gayle Christiansen and Linda Williams.<br />

ALLEN<br />

DULLES<br />

LAC<br />

Culture<br />

Programs<br />

Scientist and philosopher Sir Julian Huxley spoke<br />

at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> on the "Humanist<br />

Revolution." He was at one time a professor<br />

at the <strong>University</strong> of London and, later,<br />

executive director of UNESCO.<br />

Former CIA Chief Allen Dulles spoke at <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> as part of his tour of California <strong>State</strong><br />

Colleges. His address concerned the CIA's<br />

responsibility in combating subversive movements<br />

and Communism.<br />

TKE-PiKA Auxiliary Game<br />

Suzann~ Owen represen ts Peach<br />

Flambe m the production of Le Gourmand.<br />

The <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> Ballet Company<br />

pr.esented three ballets for the entertamment<br />

of SDS students.<br />

A challenge football<br />

game between the Sweethearts<br />

of the Diamond,<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha auxiliary<br />

and the Daughters of<br />

Diana, Tau Kappa<br />

Epsilon auxiliary, was<br />

held this spring in Aztec<br />

Bowl. Both teams showed<br />

real gridiron spirit but<br />

Daughters of Diana<br />

emerged with a 6-0 win.<br />

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75


Alpha Chi Omega<br />

Easter Seal Drive<br />

Goldwater<br />

Camp


Sigma Chi<br />

Derby Day<br />

AS Elections<br />

Miss Derby Day, CAROL LANE<br />

~_~_-r-.. ...... __ AS,,;~resident~ike $p.ur&eQ~speaks~to the students-oj SDS<br />

durmg ~e elections assembly.<br />

Candidates wait patiently for their turn to speak.<br />

How to grab a derby in One easy ( ?) lesson.<br />

'the ml')nih fApril brought elections of AS officers. Candidates campaigned<br />

vigorously for various offices. Voting results made Jerry Harmon the victor in the<br />

l;'ac~for ASl>ociatedStudents president for the coming year. Denny Moore, Linda<br />

'tbornpson~and Jim Ashcraft were elected to serve with him as vice president,<br />

liecretary~and commissioner of finance respectively.<br />

Th~ men of Sigma Chi fraternity sponsored<br />

their annual camEus event known as D~r~b;I'_;"""' __<br />

~The men wore black derbies<br />

symbolizing the event during the week prior<br />

to the event. Teams from each sorority<br />

and women's dorm competed for honors in<br />

contests such as a tricycle race flour frolic<br />

can-~an re.lay, and a tug-a-war.' Chi Omega'<br />

s~ronty skillfully captured this year's winmng<br />

trophy and Carol Lane, Kappa Alpha<br />

Theta, was selected as Miss Derby Day.<br />

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Whoa, there!<br />

An abundance of posters herald upcoming elections. 79


"A Game of Chess," (from left) : Dean Shannon, Steve Engel, David Cannon, Joe Woodard.<br />

"Playboy of the Western World."<br />

The TheatJ'(~ Guild pu-scnts a series of produrt ious<br />

throughout the )('al which giw the dlalll~<br />

students cxpcricncr- in professional production<br />

as well as providing the community with a SOUlC('<br />

of [inc entertainment. Participants in the plays<br />

arc chosen by casting and readings. Such productions<br />

as Importauo- of Being Earnest, qU('('1l<br />

of the Rebels, Beti, and View From the Bridge<br />

were presented by the group.<br />

"Rhinoceros," (from left): Pat Munster,<br />

Jack Montgomery.<br />

80 "Playboy of the Western World," (from left): Colin McKay, Ann Win~all"<br />

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"The Importance of Being Earnest,"<br />

(from left): Sarah Witty, Jim Brown,<br />

Jim Eggleston, Linda Kampley.<br />

"This Property Is Condemned," (from<br />

left): Connie Kellog, James Carlsen.<br />

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"The Queen and the Rebels," (from<br />

left): David Cannon, Robert Luster,<br />

Kerry Slattery.<br />

"A View From the Bridge," (from<br />

left): Dan Asmann, Jan Rotchstein,<br />

Anthony Kretowicz.<br />

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This is our college, the rapidly expanding<br />

campus of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>. With a<br />

total of approximately 14,500 students,<br />

SDS ranks third in enrollment among<br />

the seventeen California state colleges.<br />

It is the institution which offers "everything<br />

under the sun" to students living in<br />

the harbor of the sun, <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong>.<br />

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THIS<br />

IS SAN DIEGO,STATE COLLEGE, 1964<br />

85


Our Campus Expands<br />

To come ...<br />

Campanile Mall.<br />

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Homecoming Queen, 1963<br />

Homecoming<br />

Court<br />

, )fiss Skerttt! .Hotlield<br />

)fiss eoroliHo PittmoH<br />

,<br />

...<br />

)tiss<br />

(jol/le (jriggs<br />

)fiss<br />

/Vedra SHlIder<br />

)fiss !lol1e Wrigltt<br />

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Dream Girl of <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi<br />

Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi<br />

)liss<br />

POHlelo WilsUH<br />

Miss :DuHo/do )lusoV


Dream Girl of Kappa Sigma<br />

Cross and Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi Al ha<br />

Miss KarliN<br />

rltOJJfIlS<br />

)liss !VaNcil StroNg


Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha Sweetheart of Sigma Chi<br />

)<br />

)liss iJioJlo Stopp<br />

)fiss<br />

Rozl/J1J1c)II/ell


Sigma Nu White Rose Queen<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts<br />

)tiss<br />

SHerrill .Hot/ield<br />

)fiss<br />

Kafifteen )toreg


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Sweetheart of Sigma. Pi Sweetheart of Tau Kappa Epsilon<br />

)tiss PeDDIIv/lf/ell )tiss vllllle (jriDDs


Dream Girl of Theta Chi<br />

Sw-eetheart of Zeta Beta Tau<br />

)fiss feci/io goduou! \ )liss SuzoHHelVewIHoH


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Mili tary Ball Queen<br />

Area I Queen of<br />

the Arnold Air Society<br />

Best Dressed College Coed<br />

Selected by<br />

Glamour Magazine<br />

)tiss !l1ne Anne Wrigltt )tiss Susa« )teAr/ltur<br />

Sweetheart of<br />

Alpha Phi Omega<br />

Miss Port of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

)tiss<br />

Sl1ndrl1 )t11£well<br />

)tiss<br />

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O::RG.A.~IZ.A. TIO~S<br />

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MAYA<br />

HALL<br />

FIRST FLOOR, ROW I (from left): Lorenc Bunker, Mary Breniman, Sue Dunston, Maureen<br />

Osborne Kathy Bowers, Pat Freeman. . . M n<br />

ROW 2~ Adena Ames, Linda Waldo, Chris Pratt, Joan Rosten, Carol KUJawa, Linda c ee,<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ores Armijo, Phyllis Galant, Lorence Laine, Gayle Mullen. .<br />

ROW 3: Fernanda Kisso, Myra Hopper, Chris Ives, Lynne Cooper, Leslie Turner, Kare~ Grace,<br />

Tony Bozich, Diane Krarnb, Eileen Buckel, Mary Ann Ruhwedder, Lynn Randall, Frankie Lake,<br />

Judi Jones.<br />

DORM OFFICE~~, ROW I (from left): Linda MeB ,Judy Gottlieb, Mary Breniman,<br />

<strong>Del</strong>or~s ArmIJO·If· Id Ph Irs Galant Harriet Lantz, Sharon M ·yer.<br />

ROW 2: Sidoney Sta re I y I ,<br />

SECOND FLOOR, ROW 1 (from left): Margaret Nesbit, Becky Gunderson, Marsha Morga?,<br />

Peggy Higgins, Lois Gleeson, Esther Sherwood, Karen Wa.lling, Dianna Lesikar, Nancy Norris,<br />

Grace Hines. . .<br />

ROW 2: Judy Gottlieb, Marsha Keene, Mary Stergios, Jane Graves, Karen Vanhoose, Phyllis<br />

Elijah, Carol Clark, Cathy Duell, Stephanie Miller, Julie Greene, Sue Tilsworth, Carole Young,<br />

Sheila Ellis, Nhi Nguyen.<br />

ROW 3: Jeni Duke, Donna. Brownell, Linda Davidson, Peggy Baxter, Sally Tavagliorie, Nancy<br />

Fisher, Kathy Clarke, Liz David, Sonya Holtan, Martha Paine, Linda Hixson, Nancy Hqbbs,<br />

Barbara Bush, <strong>San</strong>dy Vail, Nancy Nevin, Gerry Narky, Sue Stansbury, Karen Bettinger, Linda<br />

Green, Ann Seccombe, Kay Anderson.<br />

STANTS (from left): Peggy Nesbit,<br />

RESIDENT ASSI W II Karen Hull. Not pictured: Dex-<br />

Jeni Duke, Sharon a,<br />

ter Fisher.<br />

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THIRD FLOOR, ROW I (from left): Nancy Jacques, Jeanne Colfer, Julie Anderson, Heidi<br />

Georgenson, Kathy Barto, Carol Smith, Judy Scheetz, Carol Davila, Elizabeth Cameron, Karen<br />

Hull, Dona Adams.<br />

ROW 2: ~avelle Foos, Betty Miele, Nancy Burton, <strong>San</strong>de Katz, Janet Ikerd, Janet Johnson, ~roy<br />

Peschke, Jill Cohen, Sharon Meyer, Carol Jenkins Gail Pearson Beverly Ostroman, Adriana<br />

Marquez, Tina Dail. "<br />

R9 W 3: C~rolee Moor~, Lesley McPhaden, Midge Cadman, Sharon Wall, Marilyn Couch, Nancy<br />

Pamter,Jam


OLMECA<br />

HALL<br />

FIRST FLOOR, ROW 1 (from left): P,:ttie Wardwell, ~at Fo~ster, Karen M. Anderson, Sharon<br />

Wise, Jill Cowan, Barbara Mosso, LaDeha McGrew, julia Molina. .<br />

ROW 2: Stephanie Short, Mary Raddatz, Jane Hersh, Lynn G.reenway, ~usan. Tate, LIn~a Ta?or,<br />

Karen Thompson, Janet Hornung, Joyce Carvin, Joann Schnitzer, Tracie Oliver, Margie EWIng,<br />

Phyllis Pansegrau, Clara Rippy.<br />

ROW 3: Sharon Lair, Jane Sprigg, Carol Hart, Pat Lane.<br />

f Anne Hunter Barbara Strutton, Mariann<br />

DORM OFFICERS, ROW 1 (ffom.le t): c Harve Marsha Graton,<br />

Capaiu, Alice Rathb~n, Ca:olYlnKWelgelk~:ennYJacobut Carol Tubesing, Caron Todd,<br />

ROW 2~ Sharon WIse, Krista ruse,<br />

Betty Arbon.<br />

SECOND FLOOR, ROW 1 (from left): Pat Cummings, Judy Johnson, Pauline Bachakes, Kristal<br />

Kruse, Betty Arbon, Carol A. Curtis, Kathy Difani, Nancy Whitlock, Nancy Lebowitz. .<br />

ROW 2: Cynthia Honig, Mary Ageno, Linda Taniguchi, Linda R. Williams, Jean Haskins,<br />

Michelle Normandin, Lee Anne Laughery, Joyce Kaskey, Lynn Kambestad,<br />

Nancy Norwood, Sharon Eastwood, Suzanne Grundstmm,. <strong>San</strong>dra Cochran.<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Norvell,<br />

ROW 3: Linda Voran, Joan Gregory, Diane Kwolik, Peggy True, Barbara Bohman, Dana Rullo,<br />

Donna McFarland, Carolyn Foelschow, Carolyn Weigel, Barbara Hedrick,<br />

Clayburgh, Mary Hamilton, Diane Loomis.<br />

Nancy Harvey, Susan<br />

SISTANTS (from left): Leni Lawatch,<br />

RESIDENT A.S W'II' Joan Nelson Peggy Gurley,<br />

Janet Ewalt, ~mda I lams, ,<br />

Martha MacKirdy.<br />

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THIRD FLOOR, ROW 1 .(from left): Marti Mattraw, Lynn Beechler, Sue Clarke, Diane<br />

Butler, Pat Scholefield, Lynn Koleto, Barbara Joy Bell. Auxier, Caron Todd, Carol Tubesing, <strong>San</strong>dy Smith, Melinda Halverson,<br />

ROW 2: Carol Jamison, Kathie Anderson, Carol S. Smith, Sue Shaw, Carol Plumb, Cheryl Me-<br />

P~r1and, Kay ~oberts.on, joline Schrock, Barbara Strutton, Peggy Sturm, Marcia Freedman, Mary<br />

Titus, Stephanie KreIder, Irene Pomeroy, Ellen Leichliter, Marianne Capaiu,<br />

ROW 3: Barbara Wesley, Sally Wood, Barbara Bates, Sue L. Smith, Kathy Cunningham, Linda<br />

Wood, Mary StIck~e, Joanne Haldeman, Susan Rossman, Alice B. Rathbun, Gayle Griggs, Sharon<br />

~I~ncy, Janet S~U1res,Joan Dussaman, Beth Hindley, Yvonne Greathouse, Dena Windsor, Marjorre<br />

Bell, Marcia Graton, Carol Forbes, Mary Woods.<br />

You should see us in the morning.<br />

ROW 4: Gayle Strand, Bunny Cooper, Anne Hunter, Karen Kinsella, Priscilla Price, Janice<br />

Fletcher, Carol Ryden, Pam Dukes. 109<br />

Olmeca<br />

mobilizes for war.


ZAPOTEC<br />

HALL<br />

FIR T FLOOR ROW) (from left): Lancey Holly, Ronnie Go~ton, Susie Ogren, Kathie Moss,<br />

J nn Dahlen Sheryl Cummings, Linda Yibrba,Nancy Burk! Jamce Crowell:. .<br />

ROW 2: Darice Tippets, Barbara Javorik, Ka~hy Axtell, Linda Garbett, Rita Robinson, Jackie<br />

Van Ausdal Katie Mitchell, Donna Lloyd, j udibeth James, .<br />

ROW 3: Greer Grant, Carol Zeni, Kathy Clark, Susan Gayer, <strong>San</strong>dy ~adden, Linda Kearn,<br />

Marilyn Hansen, Jennifer Forsberg, Linda Bewley, Beth Hopper, Karen Christy, Cathy Blackstock,<br />

Mary Melchione, Judy Enkosky.<br />

FALL DORM OFFICER~, FR9NT ROW:<br />

Pat Mikolyczyk, Linda Morns, Susie Ogren.<br />

BACK ROW: Jeri Nelson, Pat Hand, Donna<br />

Truran, Pat Ford.<br />

SECOND FLOOR, ROW) (from left): Marty Langley, Janet Fahrner, Marietta Cunningham,<br />

Susan Vening, Jan Tilds, Ardith Fields, Bonnie Frazer, Carolyn Pratt, Daira Paulson, Sharon<br />

Shirley, Jan Lopez. . .<br />

ROW 2: Carolina Pittman, Joanne Pearlman, Catherine Evers, Susan Bowness, Demse Kmght,<br />

Francie rad, Barbara Farnell, Scott. Karen Sowe!!, Judy L'Hommedieu Q.arlaBollr'!lk.Jl!£!>: Dingle!~een CO!1~-~~_~~~~_~--~-l'---------<br />

ROW 3: Catherine McWhorter, Beverly Bates, Nancy White, Diane$imon, Charlotte Swycaffe,r,<br />

Donna Burns, Neshat Elihu, Sharon Langsdorf, Linda Siegle, Nancy English, Florice Kurtz;<br />

Sharon<br />

Pam Weidaw.<br />

Cunningham, Bonnie Herkelrath, Donna Truran, Cathleen Grigsby, Robin Crooms,<br />

ROW 4: Linda Morris, Jeri Nelson, Marianne Malone, Susan Batrud, Mary MacLeod, Janie<br />

Sympson, Joan English, Judi Balestra, Linda Jedlicka, Sue Small, Joanne Laible, BarbaraB,radt,<br />

Sugar Nicholson, Sue Skarie, Carolyn Seibert, Patty York, Jill Vanderhoof, Elizabeth Marston,<br />

Loretta Crirn, Deborah Winans.<br />

SPRING DORM OFFICERS. (from lefdt)I:<br />

Gloria Bareno, S usie . 0gre, n Jackie . MVan Aus L' da,<br />

Bonnie Frazer, Pat Hand, Katie oss, in a<br />

Morris.<br />

!<br />

T~IRD ~LOO~, ROW) (from left): Sue Fe.rguson, Yoshie Higashizawa, Phan Thi Hue, Nipa<br />

RaJavaralkara, Carol Wendland, Gall Seltz Linda Myers Maggie Headman Suzanne Capune<br />

Wendy Wood, ~ar.ol Eonds, Pam Thack~r, Michele Rehfe'ld, K~thy Roche, J~n Outeen. '<br />

ROW 2,: Phyllis Conrad, Terry Drumaglm, Ann Marriner, Sharen Zatkin, Mary Enland, Carol<br />

H~touman, Gale Atwood, Dena Munch, Bobbi White Sally Thomas Dianne Henkelman Pat<br />

Pat Mikolyczyk, Ford. Patty Capp, Eonnie Bellwood, Rainis Hamilton " Barba~a Piggott Shirley Petty,<br />

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ROW 3: Lynne G0.1dsmith,J~dy Kara, MMie Hitchcock, Karen Lusk, Pat Hand, Carol Svendsen,<br />

Anna Ganino, BmtaLong, ?ally Gray, DIanna Woy, Diane Crowell, Sharon Maguire, Jennifer<br />

"Yells, Diana Wirtz, Suzy rlerma! Laura J urin, Carol Lueck, Eva Dostal, Connie Lang, Ann<br />

Callahan, Pat Hf'nry, <strong>San</strong>dra English, Barhara Polinger, Sally Wilson, Carol Housel, Kathy Plett.<br />

Does your chewing gum lose its flavor ... My goodness-an electric Gotcha game!<br />

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·..~ ..... - --- --~----~<br />

TARASTEC<br />

HALL<br />

FIRST FLOOR ROW I (from left) : Don Wozniak, Fred James, Chester Yamaga, Bill Radke,<br />

Claire Higgins, jim White, David Blankenship, Mike McNew, Dwight Wool,hase,<br />

ROW 2: Art Davis, Mike Grover, Barry Thompson, H,erbert Holtan, RIChard Shultz, Pete<br />

Junger, Rich Browning, Barry Klein, J. T. Smith, John Nilsen. .'<br />

ROW 3: Dick Donaldson, Vern Daniels, Jee DeVore, Larry .Galyea~, Bob Eldridge, John Neeson,<br />

Ron Dernier, Ron Bippert, Jim Scott, Stan Bareham, Rick DaVIS, Steve Hutcherson, John<br />

Pickett, Paul Bakkom, Bill Brees.<br />

DORM OFFICERS (from .Ie~t): R;on Kopp,<br />

Richard Stewart, Claire Hlg!l'lDs, BIll HOWie,<br />

Rich Browning, Don Alger, Tim Coleman, Wes<br />

Smith.<br />

t;~;)~~rt~~~RD~~~a~sg~~; ~:M~so~:e£'?~TsJ_~~ll ~;I~:r~,e lt~~~;t!Wht~il:::sJ~~!k_~~------~---"""" 1 --~~ ..... _--"-<br />

hansing, Harvey Watkins,<br />

ROW 2: Jim Moore, Manuel Aceves, Art Martinez, Ron Dukes, Bob Skelton, Leonard Zagwolski, j 1<br />

Mike Williams, Craig Beam, Mike Hill, Randy Wood, Dave Gould, Bill Howie.<br />

ROW 3: Gary Means, Al Mech, Octavia no Quintero, Jim Griswold, Joe Vincent, Tom Lederer,<br />

Dennis Smith, Larry Hieger, Paul Jozwicki, John Cleverdon, Ken Carpi, Herb Hitney, Art Hoelderlin,<br />

Mike Johnson, Marc Nichols, Rich Kelber, Lee Woodard, Ron Jones.<br />

f<br />

RESIDENT ASSISTANTS (from le.ft): Don<br />

Hilts Dick Donaldson, John Westhng, Mrs.<br />

Dorothy Greer, housemother; Gary Means, Ron<br />

Jones.<br />

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THIRD FLOOR, ROW. 1 (,from left): Bob MacFarlane, David Strachan, Gary Slater, Stu<br />

Thomson, Ted Schultz, Tim Coleman, Wayne Noble, Randy Swan Richard Herkert Gary Keapproth,<br />

Don Alger, Stew Zodrow, Robert Hickethier. ' ,<br />

ROW 2: Rich. ThoH;as, Fr~d Hopkins, Randy Raycroft, Ben Stromberg, Dave Votaw, Dave<br />

Argall, Wes Smith, Wilham Causley,. Tom Hobbs, Davc May, Jim Stuart, Go Aono, Rich Stewart.<br />

RqW 3: Robert Brindley, Bob Wl1loughby, Lee Whitman, Steve Smolen, Skip Kempff, Bob<br />

Feigcn, Mike Kahuna, La~rence Mormon, Bob C~}YIngton,Charles Christian, Jon Fink, John<br />

Nance, Bob .Duell, Allen Bnckman, Ray.Bathnck, Jim Stacy.<br />

ROW ~: Dick McRe.ynolds, Richard Kirkpatrick .. Lyn Anderson, Bob Baldwin, P. W. Witham,<br />

Ron Peterson, V~lentIne Prclle, Steve Reinert, Mike Towles, Jim Ashcraft, Joe Tamulonis, Robert<br />

Hall, Byron Fennema, Don Hilts, John Westling.<br />

Sorry-wrong<br />

number.<br />

A Tarastec scholarship committee meeting.<br />

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TOLTEC<br />

HALL<br />

FIRST FLOOR, ROW 1 (from left):<br />

John Blanchard, Philip Henry, Frank<br />

Lindeberg, John Tobey, Frank Alling.<br />

ROW 2: Wayne Peevey, Mark Rosen,<br />

Larry Anders, Tom Bagley, Shuhong Chu,<br />

Michael Stolarsky.<br />

ROW 3: Art Aratin, Ed Mann, Larry<br />

Test, Bob Hovey, Eric Eliason, Jim Beckman,<br />

Robert Ruth.<br />

FALL DORM OFFICERS (from left): Gary<br />

Dunn, Dick Nichols, Don Jenkins, Tom Boswell,<br />

Steve Swedberg, Mike Stolarsky, Bob DeGroote.<br />

SECOND FLOOR, ROW 1 (from left): David Morrison, Jim<br />

Wainwright, Soup Marline, Bill Giles, Rich Johnson, Bob DeGroote,<br />

Lewis Johnson. ROW 2: Dennis Stone, Albert Hall, Corbett Phibbs,<br />

David Crawford, Greg Marken, Lou Kreitzer, Dick Nichols, Robin<br />

Wid~ery.ROW3: Gary Phillippi, Simon C. Khoury III, Vi~~or<br />

Vinson, Bob McClaugherty, Ned Kilius, Richard Markle)', MIke<br />

Evans, Mark Burgeson, Mike Wolpert, Stan Rowe, Nguyen-dong<br />

Thinh.<br />

--"""""',...-- ......._-~~._-<br />

SPRING DORM OFFICERS (from left): ~d<br />

Mann, Larry Test, Eric Eliason, John Bost, Jim<br />

Curtis.<br />

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THIRD FLOOR, ROW I (from left):<br />

John Eliason, Dennis Kiefer, Bill Sward,<br />

Jim Keatley, David Kidder.<br />

ROW 2: Leonard Fallscheer, Jim Pendley,<br />

Eric Spangenberg, Chris Clemens, Ben<br />

Ecklar, Jim MacLaggan.<br />

INTERDORM COUNCIL, FRONT ROW .(from left): Harriet<br />

Lantz, Peggy Gurley, Dotti Proh~ska, LaD elia McGrew, Barbara<br />

Barrett, Linda Taylor, Linda Morns, Barbara Scott, Marsha Keene.<br />

BACK ROW: Barbara Bell, Larry Test, Eric Eliason, Jim ~cott,<br />

Torn Hobbs, Rich Thomas, Claire Higgins, Dick Nichols, Marianne<br />

Capaiu, David Wilson.<br />

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Phi Eta Sigma<br />

Al pha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Phi Eta Sigma is a<br />

national honorary<br />

scholastic fraternity<br />

for freshmen men. Its<br />

major purpose is to<br />

encourage and reward<br />

high scholarship.<br />

Membership is based<br />

on a minimum of<br />

3.5 for either semester<br />

of the freshman year.<br />

This year Dennis<br />

Bunde served as<br />

president.<br />

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NANCY PRAGER<br />

President<br />

CHARLENE SQUIRE<br />

Vice President<br />

JOHANNE HANSEN<br />

Secretary<br />

GLORIA FISHER<br />

Treasurer<br />

ROW 1 (from left): Brian Wick, Jim Moffett Dennis Matson Dennis Bunde.<br />

ROW 2: David Hamill, Ed Goshorn, Richard'Foley.<br />

'<br />

ROW 3: Hyman Lee, Mike Sprintzer, Jim Ball, Dr. Herbert Peiffer.<br />

Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta, a national society for women which<br />

honors high scholastic achicve~lent. in the. f~rst or s~cond<br />

semester in college, promotes intelligent hvmg, a high<br />

standard of learning, and encourages superior attainment<br />

among the freshmen women. A spring initiation banquet<br />

was held in conjunction with Phi Eta Sigma as well as<br />

several lectures by SDS faculty members. It also co-sponsored<br />

the Founders' Day Scholarship Tea and provided<br />

guides for the California Scholarship Federation<br />

regional convention.<br />

Las Meninas<br />

Initiation ceremony.<br />

Las Menin~s, a Junior women's ho.norary, encourages leadership, high standards<br />

of sC,holar.s~IJ?'s~hool and c?~muruty service and friendship in Junior women. This<br />

year s. actrvrties mcl.uded a joint community project with other service organizations,<br />

a sprIng tea hono~ml? Cap and Gown.' a scholarship reception in honor of students<br />

on the Dean s list, and sponsorship of freshmen girls.<br />

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J ROW 1 (from left): Martha MacKirdy, Nancy Winters Alice Hsu Eileen Davy Judy Anderson<br />

anet Johnson, <strong>San</strong>dy Rogers, Alice Budzinski. ' , , ,<br />

RShOW2: Mrs. Marj?rie Cox, Bonnie Olson, Dot Hartman Judy Cross Maureen Hill Robin Vail<br />

aron Waxon, Patti Wardell. ""<br />

FRONT ROW (from left): Joan Bumgar?ner, .~ay Lynne ~eterson,<br />

Elisa Merino, Marjorie Ewing, Jane Birgelaitis, Carol Millton.'<br />

Jennefer Brown, Donna DcCunea, Nancy Prager. BACK ROW.<br />

Merla Porter, Pat Gamel, Andrea Gorgen, Taura-j een McMahon,<br />

Margaret Harding, Charlene Squire, Mary Skulavic.k, L!z Reich~rt1<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Jordan, Linda Tabor, Sheila Marion, Gloria Fisher, Vicki<br />

Royalty, Johanne Hansen.<br />

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Kappa Pi Beta Gamma Sigma<br />

DICK SHIELDS<br />

President<br />

BOB JEWELL<br />

Vice Presiden t<br />

Kappa Pi, a national art fraternity, endeavors<br />

to uphold the highest ideals of a liberal<br />

education a~d. e~('0\lrag?s study and development<br />

of arnstic inclinations, This year<br />

the members participated in the Inter-<br />

Collegiate Art Show, sponsored a Christmas<br />

art sale using only student products,<br />

de('orat~d the ('?ildrens' hospital at Sharp<br />

~emon~1 Hospital, displayed their work<br />

III the LI?rary and Commons, presented a<br />

scholarship, and gave' a gift to the art<br />

departmen t.<br />

LYNN<br />

WOODWARD<br />

Secretary<br />

NANCY WALL<br />

Treasurer<br />

SUZIE SWENSON<br />

Corresponding Secretary<br />

B ta Gamma Sigma is rh<br />

only schoJasti honor so icry<br />

in the field of ornmerce<br />

and busine s re ogniz d by<br />

th American Asso iation of<br />

Collegiate Schools of Business.<br />

The group's purposes<br />

are to ncourag and r ward<br />

scholarship and a ompli h·<br />

rnent among the students<br />

of comm r e ~'ld busin s<br />

administration to promot<br />

thv advancemci.t of du a-<br />

tion in the art and s .ience of<br />

business; and to foster integrity<br />

in the condu t of<br />

business operation. The<br />

society limits its membership<br />

to those who rank in the<br />

upper ten per cent of their<br />

graduating class. To obtain<br />

continuity in the local<br />

chapters, juniors among th<br />

highest four pCI' cent of their<br />

class may be elected in the<br />

last term or semester of<br />

the year. Each spring Beta<br />

Gamma Sigma holds a banquet<br />

honoring its new<br />

initiates.<br />

ROW 1 (from left): Victor Houle, Arthur Tye, James<br />

Hodges, Stephen Brown, Earl Chrysler. ROW 2: Edwin<br />

Fix, Mrs. Ethel Sykes, Geneva Hickman, Dean Charles<br />

Lamden, Mrs. Evangeline LeBarron, Oliver Galbraith,<br />

Dr. William Barber, William Harned. ROW 3: Dr. Glenn<br />

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

Hodge, Dr. Robert Hungate, Dr. Vern Odrnark, Kathleen<br />

Hodapp, Dr. Lynn Peters, Dr. Arthur Brodshatzer, Simon<br />

Reznikoff, Dr. Robert Langenbach, William Hippaka, Dr.<br />

Alexander Srbich, Dr. Allen Sinsheimer, Dr. Gerald<br />

Sharkey, Glenn Dunn.<br />

Pi<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi, a national<br />

society for promotion of high<br />

standards of preparation and<br />

fellowship among teachers,<br />

encourages high professional,<br />

intellectual, and personal<br />

standards as well as recogniz-<br />

I~g outstanding contribunons<br />

to education. The<br />

m~ior activity of the group<br />

this year was to send its<br />

president to the national convention<br />

held at Purdue<br />

Universi ty.<br />

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ROW 1 (from left): Douglas Dailard Dick Sh' Id<br />

ROW 2: Nancy Wall Lynn Woodwa;d S ie s.<br />

ROW 3: Carol Clark: Sue Olson Maril u~nffe ~wenso~, Lor!e Wallace.<br />

Bob Jewell. ,yn 0, tephame SWlggett Marie Hoff S W 11<br />

ROW • , , ue a ace<br />

4: Syed Yunus, Jan Hamner, Barbara Ruthford Je . NIp ,<br />

, n e son, am Peters, Georgia Moffett.<br />

Harry Astrab, Peggy Baxter, Ginger Bradshaw, Linda<br />

Bray, Anne Brownell, Lee Burkett, Bernard Con.nolly,<br />

Shirley Crawford Sharon Crossley, Linda Davidson,<br />

Eileen Davy, Pat' Dennis, Jim DeVore, William Garrison,<br />

Diane Gehlin, Robert Graf, James Griswold, Pat<br />

Harders, Hilda Ishimine, Richard Johnson, Dianne Jones,<br />

Susan Kaiser, Donald Long, Claire Manfredi, Alga Mate,<br />

Robert Mello, L. Roe Meredith, Wallace Millson, Barbara<br />

Morgan, Antonio Morillo, Nikki Norstrom, Mn ri-<br />

Anne Pehka, Carol Petersen, Barbara Phillips, Mary<br />

Quiett, Jennie Rindone, John Rindone, Hisae Shima,<br />

Ferne Steck, Roy Stone, Morley Tadma n, Douglas Thompson,<br />

Clarence Uri, William West, Carolyn Wolf, Yuriko<br />

Yoshihara.<br />

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Epsilon<br />

Pi<br />

Tau<br />

MARION LITTLE<br />

President<br />

ALICE FOX<br />

Secondary<br />

Vice President<br />

TERRY CROCKER MARY CAIRNS<br />

Elementary<br />

Secretary<br />

Vice President<br />

1\ /<br />

MARILYN GREEN<br />

Treasurer<br />

Student<br />

California<br />

,,---Teachers<br />

Association<br />

JAMES POST<br />

President<br />

Epsilon Pi Tau, an international honorary professional ~ratern.ity in industrial arts<br />

and industrial-vocational education, sponsored the Epsilon PI Tau Banquet,<br />

the Industrial Arts Conference and several scholarship activities this year. One of<br />

its major purposes is to raise the level of in?ividual and group rompetencies in<br />

industrial arts. The trustees are Dr. W. Carlisle Anderson and Dr. Lawrence Luce.<br />

JAMES LANE<br />

Secn,tary- T reasurer<br />

The Student California<br />

Teachers Association<br />

is an affiliate of the<br />

California Teachers Association<br />

and is open to<br />

all students interested in<br />

the field of education.<br />

Among the major purposes<br />

of SCT A is the<br />

development of professional<br />

attitudes and<br />

ethics among students.<br />

This year it heard<br />

speakers in the education<br />

field such as Dr. Dan<br />

Dawson and sponsored<br />

the Seven Professional<br />

Problems Conference.<br />

The theme of the<br />

conference was, "Should<br />

I teach in a culturallr,<br />

deprived area school? '<br />

ROW 1 (from left): Donna Breedlove, Mary Barbour, Kathy Dauwalder.<br />

ROW 2: Irvin Shimmin, Nancy Schroeder, Dr. Leonard Strom.<br />

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ROW 1 (from left): Dr. James McMullen, Michael Sullivan,<br />

Ernest Hirata, John McManus, James DeVore, Raymond Fukamizu.<br />

ROW 2: Dr. Lawrence Luce, James Heath, Edward Aguirre, Dr.<br />

Gerald Hammer, James Lane, Dr. W. Carlisle Anderson. ROW 3:<br />

Donald Fuhr, Greg Bailey Gary Grebbien, Dr. Frank Irgang,<br />

Howard Stofer, James Post,' Kenneth Bouchard, William Mattoon.<br />

SCT A members.<br />

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WYNN HOUSEL<br />

President<br />

BILL QUAPP<br />

Vice President<br />

SUE SHAFFER<br />

Secretary<br />

HORACE<br />

HERRMAN<br />

Advisor<br />

Aztec<br />

Ski Club<br />

GERR Y ANDERSON<br />

President<br />

BILL ADAIR<br />

Vice President<br />

BARBARA<br />

OLECHNOWICZ<br />

Secretary<br />

BILL<br />

FREUDENBERG<br />

Treasurer<br />

American<br />

Marketing<br />

Association<br />

The Aztec Ski Club is<br />

designed for the promotion<br />

of interest in skiing.<br />

I t provides an opportunity<br />

for its members to<br />

make skiing trips at<br />

reduced group rates.<br />

This year it held dry land<br />

ski lessons and traveled<br />

to Big Bear, June<br />

Mountain, Mammoth,<br />

and Alta. The highlight<br />

of the year was a trip<br />

to the Winter Olympics<br />

in Austria. In addition<br />

to skiing outings it<br />

provided a large variety<br />

of parties for its<br />

members.<br />

The American Marketing Association opens its<br />

membership to any student who is interested<br />

in marketing and also to prominent local businessmen.<br />

A tour of large business firms in the Los<br />

Angeles area highlights each semester. Marketing<br />

Information Day, organized by the AMA, provides<br />

an opportunity for students to question local<br />

businessmen concerning marketing opportunities,<br />

Aztec Ski Club members.<br />

Marketing" Information Day in action.<br />

ZTEC SK\ CLUB<br />

Y4\t\lER<br />

OLYMPICl~\lR<br />

ROW 1 (from left): Dr. William Saigh, George Westover, Tom Shipman, Carl Weaver, Bob<br />

Nelson Art Creatura, Al Mc Irmes. . d b G A<br />

ROW 2, Dr Donald Lawson, Dr. William Barber, Dr. Alan Hale, ~ill Freu e~ erg', erry ~-<br />

d<br />

', 'M D tt Ray Talmage Bill Adair Jerry Alford, Bill Stock, Bill Newman, Bill<br />

erson, J im c errno , ," , .' I h '" R d R h<br />

S M 'I H Mike Harrison Craiz Georae Barbara 0 ec nOWlCZ, 0<br />

tern an yn ansen, ger usc,<br />

I ,,,,, ,<br />

Chuck Martinolich, Peter Force, Dr. Gerald Sharkey, Mr, Wotruba.<br />

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Alpha Phi Omega<br />

Alpha Phi Omega national service fraternity serves SDS by compiling the student<br />

Redbook, distributing Careers booklets to seniors and ushering at LAC programs<br />

and football games. The spring semester president is Homer B. Clayton.<br />

Oceotl<br />

Oc~otl wa~ four:ded at SDS i~ 1.933 as a s~r\.:!ce organization. Among the group's<br />

vaned projects include the pamtmg of the S on Black Mountain and presentation<br />

of the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Athletic Scholarship.<br />

JOHN WILLS<br />

President<br />

MERRELL DAVIS<br />

President<br />

Matthew Anderson Mike Angus Bill Bistline<br />

George Abdelnour<br />

Jim Box<br />

Eldridge Cooks<br />

Doug-Allyn<br />

Mel Brav<br />

Alex Doig<br />

Jim Ashcraft<br />

Alex Brucker<br />

Chips Fleming<br />

Vince Biondo<br />

Dick Buck<br />

Jerry Harmon<br />

John Blackwood<br />

Jim Carruthers<br />

Bob Harms<br />

Don Bowers<br />

Gll Challet<br />

Jerry Ingle<br />

Dean MeDanlel Mike Meltzer<br />

Pbillip Nails<br />

J?eter Paladino<br />

Louts Pollock<br />

Ralph Seewald<br />

John Lacy<br />

Pete Newman<br />

Jeff Stark<br />

Roy Lessard<br />

Denny O'Neel<br />

Jim Street<br />

Don Levi<br />

Bill Pine<br />

Joe Sullivan<br />

Tom Logans<br />

Elon Place<br />

Mike Sund<br />

John Shivel Michael Slavit<br />

David West<br />

Michael<br />

Yavno<br />

Steve Isaacson<br />

Denny MacDonald<br />

John Ramsey<br />

Ben Trovaten<br />

Dave Johnson<br />

Leroy Martin<br />

Phil Salfel<br />

Cl iff Weedman<br />

Rich J ahnston<br />

Lance Miller<br />

Dick Sims<br />

Bob White<br />

Ron Korporaal<br />

Jerry Monell<br />

Dave Sleet<br />

Larry Wickstrom<br />

Bill Kronberger<br />

Mike Munz<br />

Pat Stalnaker<br />

Lee Witham<br />

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Cetza<br />

Cetza, an honorary<br />

freshman women's<br />

organization, requires<br />

fifteen hours of service<br />

prior to being tapped for<br />

membership. The tapping<br />

ceremony was held<br />

at the AWS banquet<br />

during AWS All<br />

Women's Week. A 2.5<br />

GPA must be maintained<br />

for membership.<br />

RICHARD HART<br />

President<br />

RALPH PARRY<br />

Vice President<br />

Circle K<br />

ERIC ELIASON<br />

Secretary<br />

RICHARD JOHN ON<br />

Treasur r<br />

ROW 1 (from left) : Jill Warren, Janell Short, Judy Peirce.<br />

ROW 2: Susan Hearold, Vicki Schneider Dottie Jondall Pat Rolan Betty Ragenovich<br />

Christine Lamprou. ,." ,<br />

Spurs<br />

Spurs, an honorary sophomore women's service<br />

organization, requires a 2.5 CPA to gain membership.<br />

This year it worked with the blind at a<br />

children's home, assisted during elections and the<br />

Student Union campaign, and washed faculty<br />

car windows to promote safety during the<br />

Christmas season.<br />

Circle K, a service<br />

organization for college<br />

men, IS sponsored by the<br />

Kiwanis. Its purposes<br />

are to render service<br />

to the campus, develop<br />

leadership, and to promot~<br />

the ~merican way<br />

of life. This year its<br />

activities have included<br />

a pancake breakfast,<br />

a canned food drive for<br />

the Salvation Army<br />

ushering at LAC c~ncerts,<br />

sponsorship of the<br />

Campus Beautification<br />

Week, See's candy sale<br />

and a campus dance. it<br />

also was the host club<br />

for the district convention<br />

which included<br />

delegates from California<br />

Nevada, and Hawaii. .,<br />

;.<br />

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~OW 1 (from left): Miss Mary C C 1 M'<br />

s0I!' Betty Bradley, Melinda Thom:sveSus:~o Healv~~~n,BS~~dk Pearovich.<br />

ROW 2: Shaula Paul, Lenore 'Huggins, Penny 'Pic~u~, ~~:t7~<br />

Jondall, Judy Peirce, Vickie Gray, Marti Mattraw, Vicki Schn~id.er,<br />

Pat Rolan, Judy Luxenburg, Jill Warren, Janel1 Short, Christine<br />

Lamprou, Cathy Chesrown.<br />

ROW 1 (from left): Eric Eliason. Richard Hart, Ralph Parry, Richard ~ohnson.<br />

KOW '!.: wing Hoo, John Cherry, Dave Johnson, Dean McDamel, Dr. 0 Byrne.<br />

ROW 3: Larry Roe, Fred Peter, Larry Taylor, Paul ~uehler ..<br />

ROW 4: Bob Oliver, Allen Carson, Mac Brazelton, Jim Ozbirn.<br />

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Hillel<br />

This year Hillel, a national organization for students jnterested in<br />

Judaism, sent delegates to a leadership convention for the Pacific<br />

Coast area, sponsored a lecture by Mrs. Jonas Salk on "Open<br />

Housing," held a Hanuka party, and participated in a program<br />

of Israeli singing and dancing. Hillel also conducted a Passover<br />

Model Seder commemorating the liberation of the Israelites<br />

from Egyptian slavery.<br />

Sigma Alpha Iota<br />

ROW 1 (from left): Carole<br />

Shannahoff, Royanne Raikow,<br />

Gloria Fisher, Linda<br />

Karel, Dr. Harry Ruja, Edward<br />

Naiman, Joanne Feldman.<br />

ROW 2: Douglas Cohen,<br />

Bunny Feurzeig, Victor Druskin,<br />

Jim Bookbinder, Neshat<br />

Elihu, Sheldon Polovin, Anthony<br />

Albert.<br />

Sigma Alpha Iota, a<br />

national women's music<br />

fraternity, places special<br />

emphasis on the development<br />

of better musicianship,<br />

scholarship, ·anA.~_.~<br />

performance. This year<br />

its members ushered at<br />

concerts and sponsored<br />

a concert in the fall<br />

and spring semesters.<br />

. I' J H b er Bunny Feurzeig, Karen<br />

ROW 1 (from left): Judy Taylor, Judy Sine air, eanne ue n ,<br />

Laffoon, Bonnie Rogers. K J h<br />

ROW 2: Dorothy Hutchinson, Linda Snyder, Pam Lawrence, ay , 0 nson.<br />

Newman<br />

Club<br />

The Newman Cl.ub works to develop spiritual, educational,<br />

cultural, and social interests of Catholic students on the campus.<br />

This year it sponsored a dance after the Fresno <strong>State</strong> basketball<br />

g~me, held a party for an orphanage, conducted two mountain<br />

trips, and held discussions at the Newman Club Center twice a week.<br />

Christian Science<br />

Organization<br />

This year the Christ~an Science organization<br />

held a reception for new students,<br />

gave a scholarship,. h~ar~ lec~urers,<br />

participated in Rehgl?n-m-LI~e vyeek,<br />

and held weekly meetmgs which included<br />

readings and testimonies.<br />

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ROWJ~ (fIZID 1eft):Jeanne Schnautz, Sheryl Hand, Beverly Osterman,<br />

~m ee ey, 1 Ray LeDesma, Maureen Baldwin, Diane DeVinney,<br />

~Ichel.e Rehfeld, Pam McPhie, Larry Faucl\.er ROW 2· Father<br />

Straling, Bill Emerton, Mary Cattano Sue Hoover V· . P .<br />

cano, Carolyn Kline, Jackie Dolan, Ja~e Lyons, Ma;k ~~~~e, J~~~<br />

Da;rlJy, Mike Powers, Kathy ~oche. ROW 3: Tony Fisher, Diane<br />

Pritchett, Charlene Lavery, Lmda Picco, Betty Miele Karen Vitlip,<br />

~~g~ ~mstro.ng, Pat Forster, Lin Vigneault. ROW 4': Mike Griffin,<br />

Walt S~ ff~b~dbgeL' Bob Rohlinge~, Terry Gaughen, Fred Totten,<br />

e in, 0 oya, Paul Martin, Fred Gunther.<br />

M t Chamberlain, Gwen<br />

ROW 1 (from left): Nancy Wulzen, argare B bbe Thomp-<br />

Nowry, Sherry Fleener, Cindi Newby, Sally co~awaY'V;eeland Judy<br />

son, David Fares. ROW 2: Paul Stefanson, ancy ,<br />

I G Page Susan Vreeland, Lancey Holly, Darice<br />

T Jody Stee, ary ,<br />

Ti~;~ts, <strong>San</strong>dy Rees, Barbara Grove.<br />

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JEANNE POWELL<br />

Fall Commander<br />

M~RY KAY TORREY<br />

Spring Commander<br />

Angel<br />

Flight<br />

Angel Flight, an auxiliary to Arnold Air Society,<br />

promotes the Air Force program on campus and in<br />

the community as well as serving as the official<br />

hostesses of SDSC. In its official capacity as an<br />

honorary service organization Angel Flight ushered<br />

at both Freshmen Orientation and Baccalaureate,<br />

distributed information to visitors on Founders'<br />

Day and sponsored a Christmas party for orphans.<br />

Angel Flight members must be at least second<br />

semester freshmen coeds with a minimum<br />

grade point ave-rage of 2.5.<br />

WILLIAM WAIT<br />

Commander<br />

Arnold Air Society, a professional<br />

honorary service organization of<br />

AFROTC cadets, sponsors the<br />

AFROTC Sabre Drill Team and<br />

the Military Ball. Members<br />

ushered at football games, distributed<br />

information to visitors<br />

on Founders' Day and sponsored<br />

a Christmas party for orphans.<br />

One of the group's major aims<br />

is to aid in the development<br />

of effective Air Force officers.<br />

Arnold Air<br />

Society<br />

Robert Allen<br />

Robert Baldwin<br />

Joseph Cunningham<br />

Robert Estrada<br />

Jay Howard<br />

Richard Humphrey<br />

David Myers<br />

Fred Schulz<br />

Judy Anderson<br />

Susan Hanzlik<br />

Carla Hosmer<br />

Kay Clark<br />

Cindy Hartwig<br />

Janet Jensen<br />

Jan Collins<br />

Sherrill Hatfield<br />

Carol Kidder<br />

Barbara Eloore<br />

~eth Hindley<br />

Marilou Lange<br />

Richard Bojack<br />

John Flinn<br />

Peter Junger<br />

Robert Bubel<br />

Robert Forrest<br />

Kenneth Lyon<br />

Randy Buby<br />

Michael Foster<br />

James Mardis<br />

William Campbell<br />

Michael Freitas<br />

Robert Marzano<br />

Carolina Pittman<br />

Donna Pitts<br />

Joanne Ruthford<br />

Linda Thompson<br />

Mark Seagers<br />

Joseph Stengel<br />

Richard Tazelaar<br />

Fred Totten<br />

Pam Wilson<br />

Jane Wright<br />

Diane Zervas<br />

James Weir<br />

William Willoughby<br />

Dennis Ybarra<br />

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The Daily Aztec Staff<br />

The Daily Aztec was published {our times<br />

a week this year, including coverage of<br />

national and international events as well<br />

as campus news. The newspaper featured<br />

~-------f'0hlmn sueh as he-b@aFned:v.i@w;------__~---.~ ~_~ .._ i<br />

Party Line, Socially Speaking, the Fifth<br />

Column, and After Hours.<br />

JIM BOX<br />

Fall Editor<br />

in Chief<br />

SANDIE SHIPE<br />

Fahl News Editor<br />

RON ROACH··<br />

Spring News Editor<br />

REX SALMON<br />

Spring Editor in Chief<br />

~I<br />

ART COMINGS<br />

Fall Make-up Editor<br />

ROSIE STERN<br />

Spring Layout-Features<br />

Editor<br />

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GERALD RIFE<br />

Fall Managing Editor<br />

Spring Chief Reporter<br />

MIKE SUND<br />

Fall Sports Editor<br />

Spring Managing Editor<br />

DENNIS TRIS'I1RAM<br />

Editorial Assist nt<br />

P T STALNAKER<br />

Fall Copy Editor<br />

KEN GARDNER<br />

Spring Photo Editor<br />

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

SHIRLEY HAAS<br />

Fall Society Editor<br />

KAREN VITLIP<br />

Spring Society Editor<br />

This year Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi, a national journalism society for<br />

men, sponsored a dinner in honor of students who made outstanding<br />

contributions to campus journalism, conducted two high<br />

school journalism competitions, and presented a trophy to the<br />

county newspaper which contributed the most to education. One<br />

of the major purposes of Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi is to elevate the prestige<br />

of journalism in every respect. DR. JAMES JULIAN<br />

Adviser<br />

REX SALMON<br />

President<br />

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

Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

Managing Editor,<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

Student Activities<br />

News Director<br />

JOE SULLIVAN<br />

Fall Advertising Manager<br />

JERRY VARON<br />

Spring Advertising Manager<br />

BARRY<br />

Reporter,<br />

BERNDES<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

JAMES BOX<br />

Vice President<br />

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

Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

Managing Editor,<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

News Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

JAMES CONNER KENNON GARDNER<br />

Photo Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

Photographer<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste<br />

JAMES GILL<br />

Salesman, Daily Aztec<br />

CHIC DUGGAN<br />

Advertising Secretary<br />

ALEX PURTEE<br />

Spring Sports Editor<br />

DONALD LEARNED WAYNE LOCKWOOD<br />

Columnist, Daily Aztec<br />

Reporter, Daily Aztec<br />

Photog-rapher<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste<br />

ALEX PURTEE<br />

Sports Editor,<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

OZY REYNOLDS<br />

Reporter, Daily Aztec<br />

GERALD RIFE<br />

Managing Editor,<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

News Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

Chief Reporter<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

MARV HUMPHREY<br />

Cartoonist<br />

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DICK CHASE<br />

Photographer<br />

RONALD ROACH<br />

News Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

Sports Editor,<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

Reporter, Daily Aztec<br />

JAMES SCHRUPP<br />

Secretary- Treasurer ~<br />

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

Copy Desk, Daily Aztec<br />

Reporter, Daily Aztec<br />

PATRICK<br />

STALNAKER<br />

President,<br />

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

Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

News Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

Copy Editor, Daily Aztec<br />

MICHAEL SUND<br />

Managing Editor,<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

Sports Editor<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

BRIAN WIERSEMA<br />

Reporter, Daily Aztec<br />

Photog-rapher,<br />

Daily Aztec<br />

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<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste Staff<br />

Being a part of the DEL SUDOESTE staff is not all<br />

fun and frolic.<br />

It takes hours of painstaking work, with much attention to<br />

details and specific obligations, to produce a yearbook.<br />

Other classes and part-time jobs tend to diminish in<br />

importance as deadlines draw near and the pace<br />

becomes chaotic.<br />

The 1964 <strong>Del</strong> Sud staff was an unusually cooperative and<br />

unified group, working closely to assure the completion<br />

of an exceptional yearbook. Encouraged by a benignly<br />

patient, generally jovial editor in chief, staff members<br />

learned to face countless problems and decisions<br />

independently.<br />

We strove to bring you "Everything under the Sun."<br />

May we humbly offer to each student the final product of<br />

many months and many minds, the recorded memory<br />

of a college year: your 1964 DEL SUDOESTE.<br />

SHARON STEVENS<br />

Activities Editor<br />

DIANE ROSTEN<br />

Administration Editor<br />

GAYLE CHRISTIANSEN<br />

Editor in Chief<br />

ROGER ROPPE<br />

Sports Editor<br />

Fall<br />

ERIN SCHMIDT<br />

Beauties Editor<br />

DIANE ZERVAS<br />

Copy Editor<br />

MIKE EDINGER<br />

Layout Editor<br />

Photographer<br />

CAROL DAWSON<br />

Art Editor<br />

TIM MACNEIL<br />

Photographer<br />

Sports Editor<br />

Spring<br />

BETTY ARBON<br />

Photo Secretary<br />

TOYCE GOOD<br />

. Index Editor<br />

SUE LANGE<br />

Senior Editor<br />

136 JEFF GIARDE<br />

Organizations Editor<br />

MIKE COLLINS<br />

Fraternity Editor<br />

MARTI LELAND<br />

Sorority Editor<br />

HARVEY CHERNACK<br />

Business Manager<br />

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CHUCK AUSTIl\; ERNIE COWAN<br />

<strong>Del</strong><br />

Sudoeste<br />

Photographers<br />

FALL STAFF<br />

Editor in ChieL David S. Kidwell<br />

Editor.. Walter B. Thompson<br />

Feature EditoL----------------.Joe Geckter<br />

Managing Editor.. Bill Leonard<br />

Ad Manager.. Harvey Pedersen<br />

Business Manager.. Errol Gagnon<br />

Comptroller Bili Shen<br />

Editorial Staff Gary Dunsmore,<br />

Rickey Bertram, Jerry Trotter, Fred<br />

Crone, Rex Bogart, George Howard.<br />

SPRING STAFF<br />

Editor in Chief Waltcr B. Thompson<br />

Feature Editor. Errol Gagnon<br />

Managing Editor.. __William Leonard<br />

Ad Manager.. -Joe Geckter<br />

Business Manager.. Joe Caballero<br />

Comptroller. Carlos Jimeniz<br />

Editorial Staff -Jerry Trotter,<br />

Gary Dunsmore, Richard DePagter,<br />

James Deuchars, George Howard,<br />

Fred Crone, Richard Davidson, Joe<br />

Truban, Rex Bogart.<br />

Aztec<br />

Engineer<br />

The Aztec Engin er, a<br />

non-profit t chnical<br />

magazin ,i publish d<br />

four tim s yearly, in<br />

Novemb r, January<br />

March and May, by th<br />

enginecring students of<br />

<strong>San</strong> Di go <strong>State</strong>. The<br />

publication, one of th<br />

few on the West Coast<br />

strives to give cngin ering<br />

students the xp rience<br />

of working on a techni al<br />

magazine and allow<br />

them the opportunity to<br />

have their own work<br />

published.<br />

JON LEWIS LEE LOUIS<br />

CHUEN KWONG MAK DENNIS SCHMITZ<br />

DICK TAZELAAR BOB YALE<br />

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-<br />

"You mean she threw out ALL our pages?"<br />

ROW 1: Joe Caballero. ROW 2: George Howard, Bob Bream,<br />

Marcon Joe, Bill Leonard, Joe Geckter, Harvey Pedersen. ROW 3:<br />

Dr. Lester Hoel, James Deuchars, Richard Davidson, Joe Truban,<br />

Rex Bogart, Carlos Jimeniz. ROW 4: Jerry Trotter, Errol Gagnon,<br />

Gary Dunsmore, Ed Ferreras.<br />

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Song Leaders<br />

Cheer Leaders<br />

SYDNEY<br />

LAFONTA<br />

\\<br />

___J r<br />

\~ ~<br />

BARBA<br />

LEAMON<br />

DON<br />

WEAVER<br />

NIKKI<br />

NORD<br />

LIZ<br />

WEBSTER<br />

JAN<br />

WOODS<br />

DAVE<br />

SLEET<br />

~~gKNTROROW"'!S(hfro.fnGleftd) :JJanWTilds, Barba Leamon, Sydney LaFonta.<br />

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Flag<br />

Twirlers<br />

Majorettes<br />

J<br />

J<br />

FRONT ROW: Janet Jensen, Marilyn Dupree.<br />

BACK ROW: <strong>San</strong>dy Pearson, Carol Hollingsead.<br />

JANET<br />

JENSEN<br />

SUE,SHOOP<br />

FRONT ROW: Sue Shoop, Nancy Gorrell.<br />

BACK ROW: Pat Englander, Nancy Orrell.<br />

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CAROL<br />

HOLLINGSEAD<br />

SANDY<br />

PEARSON<br />

MARIL YN DUPREE<br />

NANCY<br />

ORRELL<br />

NANCY<br />

GORRELL<br />

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Sym phonic<br />

Band<br />

This year the Symphonic Band held two formal concerts, two .<br />

pops cone e ts in the Main Quad a concert at the county music<br />

I' , .<br />

festival, and a concert at Morse High School. The spnng semester<br />

Symphonic Band is made up of the members of the fall<br />

Marching Band.<br />

Orchestra<br />

The Orchestra held four public<br />

performances this year. It featured<br />

student and faculty soloists<br />

as well as the music of a stud nt<br />

composer. The Orchestra, conducted<br />

by Paul V. Anderson<br />

also accompanied the Coli ge<br />

Chorus in the fall and spring<br />

semesters.<br />

PAUL V. ANDERSON<br />

Conductor<br />

NORMAN ROST<br />

Conductor<br />

Symphonic Band rehearsal.<br />

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Orchestra rehearsal.<br />

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,__ ... A.'~."~"""~""'''''''"'~'''-"",,' '~r+'" "-" , ....... "''''''.'. '<br />

Opera Workshop rehearsal directed by Cleve Genzlinger.<br />

Music Department<br />

The Music Department offers a large number of activities<br />

for those who enjoy music. The departmental organizations<br />

include the svmphonic band, marching band,<br />

symphony orchestra, Aztec Concert Choir, Treble Clef,<br />

Men's Glee Club, Male Quartet, Opera Workshop,<br />

College Chorus, and several chamber music groups. One<br />

of the highlights of the year was the premiere performance<br />

by the College Chorus of THE SONG OF MOSES<br />

written by David Ward-Steinman.<br />

The Men's Glee Club prepares for a performance under the direction of David Loomis.<br />

Symphony practice session.<br />

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Frank Almond conducts the Treble Clef.<br />

J. Dayton Smith conducts a section of the College Chorus. 147


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

Radio and<br />

Television<br />

Debate<br />

Team<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> students produce<br />

the entire KEBS-FM radio station<br />

programs. The station features<br />

music, news, educational<br />

programs and special events on<br />

campus. KEBS is a member of<br />

the National Education<br />

Radio Network.<br />

~I<br />

Freshman debater Sharon Maniss holds forth while colleague Carol Pederson searches for evidence.<br />

Opponents are Gil Clardy and Jim Carlsen.<br />

The SDS Television and Radio<br />

facilities have over $250,000<br />

worth of equipment. The TV<br />

studios, which are operated by<br />

students, produce Profile and<br />

Comment which are shown on<br />

Channel 10. They also produce<br />

closed circuit programs for the<br />

health education and psychology<br />

departments.<br />

Kjell Amble rehearses for Profile series.<br />

Candy Trimble, president of Pi Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

examines debate case while Coach Larry Samovar<br />

and Manager Pat Munster look on.<br />

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KEBS control room.<br />

.t<br />

ROW I (from left): Dr. Robert Benjamin, Patricia Mcjunkins,<br />

Carol Pederson, Gil Clardy, Marian Ely, Jim Carlsen, Susan Sparks,<br />

Barbara Jensen. ROW 2: Dr. Jack Mills, Dr. Larry Samovar, Robert<br />

Putman, Paul Lucas, Ed Millican, Gary Schneider, Loni St. John,<br />

Candy Trimble, Pat Munster, Sharon Maniss, Lee Owens, Dick<br />

Burch.<br />

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~~~.""""'_.iJI":"_~' '1"'~Jr 41_ ....... "~' .....,,-,. . ,<br />

Imperial<br />

SAN DlEGO SlATE<br />

Valley Campus<br />

The Imperial Valley Campus<br />

of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> was established<br />

in 1959·. The IVC's<br />

program is an integral part<br />

of SDS under the direction of<br />

the Dean of Education and<br />

Extended Services. The school<br />

offers courses for upper division<br />

and graduate students<br />

in education.<br />

Through the cooperation of<br />

local schools, practical classroom<br />

experience is provided<br />

for students seeking teachingdegrees<br />

and credentials.<br />

Through this program students<br />

are able to earn three-fourths<br />

of a teacbe/ssal:i:"ry while<br />

earning college credits.<br />

DR BALDWIN DR. CHARLES MR. GAST MRS. HAFLEGER<br />

Faculty<br />

Members<br />

Imperial Valley campus of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> College.<br />

AS Officers<br />

The school is located on the<br />

campus of the Imperial Valley<br />

College, a junior college. The<br />

campus operates only from<br />

September until June, covering<br />

the time when climatic<br />

living conditions of the desert<br />

are ~t their best. All buildings,<br />

including offices and classrooms,<br />

are equipped with<br />

refrigeration air conditioning.<br />

DR. IKEDA DR. SCARBROUGH DR. SMITH<br />

Activities<br />

Thubten<br />

]igme Norbu, brother of the Dalai Lama.<br />

INEZ BROWN RANDALL BYRD<br />

GARY CLARK<br />

BERTHA MILLER LYLE RANGEL WINNIE TAPLEY SALLY WONG<br />

150<br />

Student teacher Mary Leyton aids pupil. Bertha Miller works with a reading class.<br />

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SPOR,TS


Glory and Disappointment<br />

Mark 1963 Season<br />

One of the strongest teams in Aztec history gave ground to<br />

two major opponents during the season to give Coach DOll<br />

Coryell's Montezuma maulers a 7-2 record. The great team<br />

effort cannot be overlooked, but the -outstanding services of<br />

such men as Kern Carson, Mario Mendez and Neal Petties<br />

became the bulwark of the Aztec success.<br />

It is this depth and power which is giving to the professional<br />

ranks a variety of future draft choices. Carson,<br />

Mendez and Petties have already been signed. Mendez<br />

signed with the <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> Chargers and Carson and Petties<br />

together signed with the Baltimore Colts of the NFL.<br />

Tackle John Farris is a future draft choice of the Chargers<br />

and Los Angeles Rams and fullback John Butler is a future<br />

draft choice of the Baltimore Colts.<br />

These athletes are an example of what Coach Don Corvcll<br />

has built in the last three seasons as head coach at <strong>San</strong><br />

<strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> College. He has been ably assisted by Coaches<br />

Bill Schutte, offensive line; Tom Bass, defensive line: Max<br />

McCartney, defensive backfield; and Gary Potter, split<br />

end coach.<br />

Several long standing records were broken during the last<br />

two seasons, some of whichwere most points scored in one<br />

game (32) and most touchdowns in one game (5), Mario<br />

Mendez; most career receptions (63), most touchdowns on<br />

receptions (13), and most yards gained on passes (1,277)<br />

Neal Petties; most carri,es in one game (28) and most yards<br />

gained in rushing in one game (236) Kern Carson.<br />

Other standouts: Rod Dowhower, who passed for 1,287<br />

yards while sparking the backfield and ends to a total<br />

offensive yardage of 3,264 yards. Art "The Mouse" <strong>Del</strong>-<br />

vaux surprised the fans llIany times with his fantastic punt<br />

and kick-ofl' returns. Junior split end Eddie leI dez<br />

punted for O\Tr 1,200 yards [or a lO.1 yard 3\.erage (best<br />

in the nation) to say nothing of his lint' defensive wcu k.<br />

'The front line, liJllitin~ opponents to only 2,2tll vards, was<br />

led by All-eCAA players john Farris, J),I\ id L;IY. l Javc<br />

Stenson, John Goddt'n and .ltlt· Meeker. Codden was out<br />

a good part of the season wi th ani nj ur~ .<br />

Also spear/leading the attack was I)J\e "Hullulo" Stenson,<br />

Mike Collins. John Farris. and .J;lt'k "Sh'py .lack" Milks.<br />

perhaps the lillest linebacker on the \H'St coast. Split-ends<br />

Roger Clark, Kent Lawson a nd Nca l Pettit'S proved their<br />

prowess on dcfvn«: as wcll as oll'cns«. Addill~ 11lon' bed to<br />

the line wen' Re-nnie SiIlIIIlOllS, W~lt Cublcv, TOJll 11011'-<br />

man, Lloyd McCoy, I)a\(' Pete-rson. DOll R'oyal and Joe<br />

Meeker.<br />

Vic Stark, the 1I1:.l1lwith the educated toe, added a uouof<br />

brilliance by putting' :) 1 extra points 0\('1' the noss hal'S.<br />

Eldridg-e Cooks, intercepting foul' passes during the se:.lSOII.<br />

averaged 2~)yards per re-turn besides OJl(' touchdown. Fullbacks<br />

JillllllY Stauber and Dak- Hawley, besides doing hruwork<br />

both on ofl'cn«: and deft'nse, added a littl« hit of ivv<br />

k-azuc ~ contrast to their otherwise rouuh ~ and ruuevd ~~ ('oun'-<br />

terparts.<br />

The Aztecs were finally ruud as the se-ve-nth sruu ll nlllege<br />

team in the nation while a\('rag-ing an outstanding- :)8.1<br />

points pn game and yieldillg to thl'ir oP\Jtl!H'lIts a Illl'n'<br />

12.8 average. Hanging up the deals after anothn inspired<br />

year, the Aztl'c varsity Illen n'sulIled the roll' of plain studcnts.<br />

But they will retum and look out Ill'xt veal'.<br />

The coach ...<br />

... and stadium 155


Aztecs Maul Mustangs 69-0<br />

ROGER CLARK JOHN FARRIS JIM STAUBER<br />

Larry Fernandez<br />

sweeps end against Cal Poly (SLO).<br />

· .. and the the men he coaches.<br />

Kent Lawson makes a dive for the ball.<br />

WALT CUB<br />

EY<br />

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t<br />

7~<br />

LLOYD Mc OY<br />

SDS<br />

SDS<br />

SDS<br />

SDS<br />

SDS<br />

SDS<br />

SDS<br />

SDS<br />

SDS<br />

42<br />

69<br />

33<br />

30<br />

42<br />

34<br />

34<br />

21<br />

12<br />

···..························ CaI Poly (Pomona)<br />

.............. · Cal Poly (<strong>San</strong> Luis Obispo)<br />

..·..··..··..··..·..···· Long Beach <strong>State</strong><br />

..·..··..·· ·· Los Angeles <strong>State</strong><br />

.................. · ·..· UC (<strong>San</strong>ta Barbara)<br />

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

....· · <strong>University</strong> of Pacific<br />

...... · · <strong>San</strong> Fernando Valley <strong>State</strong><br />

.......................................................................... MCRD<br />

7<br />

o<br />

8<br />

43<br />

14<br />

6<br />

18<br />

6<br />

16<br />

Art <strong>Del</strong>vaux finds running room.<br />

1<br />

A-<br />

"Charge"<br />

Touchdown<br />

DON ROYAL<br />

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The Aztec starting<br />

eleven.<br />

Mendez grabs one in against<br />

Cal Poly (Pomona).<br />

Don Halte runs interference for Eldridge<br />

Cooks.<br />

LLOYD GAUFF


.. 'ill'." .._ ........ ~·l"'.f".... ' ,<br />

Montezumen<br />

49'ers 33-8<br />

Overpower<br />

Diablos Shock SDS Gridders i<br />

at the Rose B wl<br />

43-30 Upset<br />

NEAL ETTIES MARIO MENDEZ<br />

Tight ends (from left) : BUDDY JONES, MIKE<br />

COLLINS, JOE MEEKER, DON HAL TE.<br />

Injury<br />

Coach Coryell sends Dale Hawley in with<br />

a play.<br />

Kern Carson breaks for another touchdown.<br />

DON HALTE<br />

VIC STARK<br />

TOM HOFFMAN ROD DOWHOWER<br />

MIKE<br />

COLLINS<br />

"Be tough now."<br />

Powerful Kern Carson struggles for that extra<br />

------.--yard. ~ ~ __.".,_ ........... _~<br />

"Come and get me."<br />

The tension was high in the Los Angeles <strong>State</strong> game. JOHN BUTLER<br />

JIM ALLISON KENT LAWSON DALE HAWLEY<br />

Rear guard action<br />

Fullbacks (from left): DALE HAWLEY,<br />

JIM STAUBER, LLOYD GAUFF,<br />

JOHN BUTLER.<br />

Aztec centers (from left): DAVE MORRIS, JACK MILKS,<br />

RENNIE SIMMONS.<br />

'S8 JACK MILKS ELDRIDGE COOKS JOE GIBBS<br />

GIL WARREN<br />

"Put<br />

me in, coach."<br />

Mendez eludes an LA tackler for a short gain. 159


Aztecs Post 42-14<br />

Homecoming<br />

Victory<br />

Split ends (from left): NEAL PETTIES, ED-<br />

DIE MENDEZ, KENT LAWSON, ROGER<br />

CLARK.<br />

GABRIEL<br />

ESC!'\LERA<br />

Art Dclvaux sets up touchdown against <strong>San</strong>ta Barbara at Homecomingas<br />

...<br />

The Aztecs trying to hold off another LA touchdown<br />

BOB KORZEP<br />

A concerned<br />

coach looks on.<br />

EDDIE MENDEZ , . , Mario Mendez goes over for six,<br />

-1'----<br />

• ~ ~The big defense against VOP.<br />

...]ohn .Butler getg,.an~assignmenw<br />

DA VE PETERSON<br />

JOHN<br />

GODDEN<br />

JOE<br />

MEEKER<br />

The pause<br />

that refreshes.<br />

160 Kern Carson makes a large gain against VOP, 161<br />

Th" senior line (from left): JOE MEEKER, DAVE LAY, DAVE STENSON, WARREN SIM-<br />

MONS, JOE GIBBS, LLOYD McCOY, NEAL PETTIES,


Aztecs Lose Hard-Fought MCRD Game 16-12<br />

WARREN SIMMONS GARY BAYLOR BILL BELL<br />

Managers<br />

Kern Carson sweeps off tackle against MCRD. Tailbacks (from left): GIL, WARREN, ART DELVAUX, KERN<br />

CARSON. .<br />

Eddie Mendez boots another one of his long ones. "Did you see how mad he got when I kicked him out?"<br />

DAVE LAY<br />

Frosh Go Winless Individual Stars Shine<br />

KERN<br />

CARSON<br />

Junior line (from left): MIKE COLLINS JOHN FARRIS DAVE PETERSON, JACK<br />

MILKS, JOHN GODDEN, TOM HOFFMAN, KENT LAWSON.<br />

JV Football'<br />

Strong frosh teams from UCLA, USC, Arizona <strong>State</strong> and several junior colleges<br />

composed the 1963 SDS junior varsity football schedule. Many hard fought games<br />

highlighted the season, giving the junior Aztecs innumerable bumps and bruises,<br />

plus a lot of valuable experience, but as a result the Papooses finished winless.<br />

Fine individual performances were uncovered in the passing of quarterback Dan<br />

Helzer and the excellent receiving of his two ends Tony Clark and Larry Dubbs.<br />

GEORGE<br />

FARRELL<br />

UCLA frosh score a TD despite the efforts of a<br />

determined Papoose squad.<br />

SDSC<br />

12<br />

19<br />

7<br />

o<br />

12<br />

SEASON<br />

RESULTS<br />

Oceanside JC , -- -- --..--. 29<br />

Arizona <strong>State</strong> (Tempe) __ __.__ __ 27<br />

Hancock Junior College __ 54<br />

UCLA fresh __ 42<br />

USC frosh __ 25<br />

ART DELVAUX<br />

Neal Petties makes a diving attempt against MCRD.<br />

Rod Dowhower makes a desperate attempt to break free in a tense moment of the<br />

MCRD~amp.<br />

To the showers after a hard fought game.<br />

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Injuries Cost Harriers CCAA Crown<br />

Coach Choc Sportsman's defendit;lg champion<br />

Cross Country team from <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> failed<br />

o retain ilc$ :title hoy, placing se&;.oUli.,to.L",ong<br />

Beach <strong>State</strong> in the CCAA championships at Long<br />

Beach. Although riddled by injuries, the Aztecs<br />

still managed to place second through the fine<br />

performances of Ted Hack and Jim Montgomery,<br />

two former Helix High stars, and Gavin Riley.<br />

However, the absence of Jim Conlay and Mike<br />

Golden, both sidelined with knee injuries,<br />

probably cost the Aztecs the title. Conlay, who<br />

now holds the Aztec record for the Mt. SAC<br />

Invitational, was rated earlier in the year as the<br />

best Cross Country runner in <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong><br />

history by Coach Choc Sportsman. The new three<br />

mile Cross Country course laid out along Highway<br />

80 near the medical center will facilitate<br />

future collegiate Cross Country competition at<br />

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

The Aztecs compiled a 15-11 over-all record<br />

and placed third in the California Collegiate<br />

Athletic Association with a 6-4 mark. The<br />

Aztec hoopsters, sporting many fine individual<br />

performers, never seemed to<br />

get rolling for an extended period. Defensively<br />

the Aztecs were tough but the<br />

offense was erratic, moving through periods<br />

of high and low scoring. Their total of 183<br />

points scored in two games against Orange<br />

<strong>State</strong> this season snapped the two game<br />

series mark of 182 points set against Fresno<br />

in 1956. However, they also played three<br />

straight games in which they averaged<br />

only 48 points per game. Fortunately for<br />

the Aztecs, the future is still bright because<br />

the starting team consisted of juniors. The<br />

entire team will lose only two players,<br />

seniors Forrest Glithero and George<br />

Roberts. All CCAA guard Jack Shawcroft,<br />

<strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong>'s fiery baJJ hawk, captured the<br />

Aztec individual scoring title for the second<br />

straight year. The 5'-10" backcourt star<br />

scored 363 points for a 14.0 average. Jim<br />

Bowers, was picked for the CCAA second<br />

team. Jim is a 6' guard, whose fastbreak<br />

layups and deadly jump shot from the corner,<br />

made him third in scoring for the Aztecs.<br />

AI Catlin, in his first year at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong><br />

<strong>State</strong>, did a tremendous job for the<br />

team. He led the team in rebounds and<br />

was second in scoring. Rounding out the<br />

squad were centers Bob Mackey and Larry<br />

Willis, forward Larry Meek, and outstanding<br />

sophomore guard Graig Nettles.<br />

Al Catlin drops in a beautiful left-handed layup.<br />

Runners, get on your marks.<br />

Aztec runner finishes far ahead of the other harriers.<br />

They're off.<br />

164<br />

Jim Bowers pots a jump shot off of a fastbreak.<br />

165


JACK SHA WCROFT<br />

JIM<br />

BOWERS<br />

It's my ball and I'm leaving.<br />

Big Bob Mackey stretches<br />

for the .ball.<br />

Larry Willis jumps high for a rebound.<br />

ED PEREZ<br />

AAUGIU SEASON RESULTS<br />

SDSC<br />

65 _ __ _ __ Pepperdine 79<br />

70 .. __ u. of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> 69<br />

84 .__.._._.. Whittier College 63<br />

77 _ .__. ._ __ Pepperdine 75<br />

56 _ .._ _ Iowa <strong>State</strong> 93<br />

49 .._ .. Drake <strong>University</strong> 79<br />

73 _ ._. . Nebraska Wesleyan 78<br />

76 _.. . _ .... U. of Calif. (Davis) 47<br />

72 __. .__ _.. Chapman 48<br />

46 __.__. _ Redlands <strong>University</strong> 48<br />

74 _ _.. *Long Beach <strong>State</strong> 70<br />

84 _ __ __.__ *Cal Poly (SLO) 72<br />

63 _ *Fresno <strong>State</strong> 74<br />

81 __._ __._._. Whittier 75<br />

94 . ._. .__. Orange <strong>State</strong> 64<br />

84 _ . *Los Angeles <strong>State</strong> 91<br />

94 _.._. *<strong>San</strong> Fernando Valley 74<br />

89 __ _ _ Orange <strong>State</strong> 64<br />

68 ..__.._ . Cal Poly (Pomona) 96<br />

80 _ *Long Beach <strong>State</strong> 69<br />

86 _._ . Cal Poly (Pomona) 75<br />

90 __ _ _._ _ *Cal Poly (SLO) 64<br />

61 _ _ ._.._ *Fresno <strong>State</strong> 68<br />

82 _..__ _ ._.. *Los Angeles <strong>State</strong> 89<br />

82 __._..__ *<strong>San</strong> Fernando <strong>State</strong> 72<br />

86 __. .__ Pasadena 88<br />

AL<br />

CATLIN<br />

166<br />

FIVE TOP SCORERS (from left)· AL CATLIN M<br />

SHAW CROFT, LARRY MEEK. . • n BOWl::RS, BOB MACKEY, JACK<br />

GRAIG<br />

NETTLES<br />

Aztec rooters calmly encourage<br />

the refs.<br />

TOM TENNEY 167


GEORGE<br />

ROBERTS<br />

LARRY<br />

MEEK<br />

Where did I drop that gum?<br />

Tickle, tickle,<br />

Fresno player demonstrates<br />

coordination problem.<br />

Shawcroft scoops it in.<br />

BOB MACKEY<br />

FRITZ<br />

ZIEGENFUSS<br />

, -<br />

Hey! Give me a boost, buddy.<br />

Coach Ziegenfuss outlines some strategy during a break.<br />

Meek drops it in for two.<br />

FORREST<br />

GLITHERO<br />

TOM BELL 169


BOB HOSS<br />

Get back! It's radioactive.<br />

r<br />

ROW 1 (from left): JACK SHAWCROFT, JIM BOWERS, GRAIG NETTLES, ED PEREZ,<br />

FRITZ ZIEGENFUSS, JAMES SCOTT, MANAGER.<br />

ROW 2: TOM TENNEY, BOB HOSS, AL CATLIN, TOM BELL, DICK PIERCE.<br />

ROW 3: COACH GEORGE ZIEGENFUSS, LARRY WILLIS, LARRY MEEK, BOB<br />

MACKEY, FORREST GLITHERO, GEORGE ROBERTS, ASSISTANT COACH LYLE<br />

OLSON.<br />

LARRY<br />

WILLIS<br />

Faces that tell the story of the game.<br />

170<br />

DICK<br />

PIERCE<br />

COACH GEORGE ZIEGENFUSS ASSISTANT COACH LYLE OLSON 171


Frosh Basketball<br />

Under the direction of Coach Carl Benton, this year's freshman<br />

basketball squad was composed of a group of spirited athletes<br />

whose hustling style of play provided the fans with plenty of<br />

action and excitement. The Papooses relied on an alert<br />

defensive game alternating between a zone and a man-toman<br />

defense. Two defensive standouts were John Adams, who<br />

was often called on to guard the big man, and Mike O'Hare, a<br />

short but scrappy ball hawk. Spearheading the fastbreak<br />

offense employed by the frosh were John Adams and Tom<br />

Ault. Adams, playing the forward position, led the team in<br />

scoring with a 17 point average and was second in rebounding,<br />

while Ault, a guard, maintained a 10 point average. David Callender,<br />

in addition to good defensive play, finished the season<br />

with the most rebounds.<br />

Water Polo<br />

The 1963 Water Polo Team had the<br />

distinction of being the only team in the<br />

country without a pool. Needless to say<br />

this was a difficult obstacle to overcome.<br />

As a result, the Aztecs lost all of their<br />

games. However, even the absence of a<br />

pool failed to dampen the team spirit.<br />

Many fine individual performers were<br />

uncovered who will help in future years.<br />

Among these were team captain, Al<br />

Spitalnick ; most improved player, Mike<br />

Gerry; most valuable player, Jarrett Lake:<br />

and holeman Dennis Tilton. Other<br />

outstanding performers included Court<br />

Kenaston, Gary Worth, Joe Rogers, and<br />

ob Gar nero It o aadition of<br />

water to the pool, the team hopes for a<br />

more successful season in 1964.<br />

A lot of action around the goal as Mike Gerry scores for the Aztecs.<br />

John Adams drives hard for the basket.<br />

Coach Carl Benton discusses strategy during a break.<br />

A determined<br />

Joe Rogers gets ready to fire.<br />

FRONT ROW (from left): MIKE ZAMBRI, FRANK<br />

LINDEBURG, TOM AULT MIKE WEBSTER, MIKE<br />

O'HARE, TOM CHRISTENSEN.<br />

BACK ROW: JOHN NICHOLS DA VID CALLEN-<br />

DER, JOHN WEIR, MIKE DRAKE JOHN ADAMS,<br />

JIM FERGUSON. '<br />

r,<br />

172<br />

ROW I (from left): GARY WORTH, AL SPITALNICK, KEN THOMPSON, JOE ROG-<br />

ERS, RON<br />

ROW 2:<br />

DAVIS.<br />

MIKE GERRY, COURT KENASTON, BOB HOVEY, BOB GARDNER, JIM<br />

LANE, COACH BILL PHILLIPS.<br />

NOT SHOWN: DENNIS TILTON, JARRETT LAKE, STU THOMPSON, JIM SKELLEY,<br />

GARY BURSON.<br />

173


Rugby<br />

Whoops, I think he spotted me.<br />

With the addition of Norman Ferrandy as the new<br />

coach of the Aztec Rugby Club, the team has<br />

progressed steadily and the caliber of their ball<br />

playing has improved. Ferrandy is a former international<br />

rugby player from South Africa. This year<br />

there is an increasing number of SDS students who<br />

have discovered the exciting game of rugby and<br />

are fortunate to be represented by a winning<br />

team. The SDS ruggers won the league in their<br />

first year, came in second the past five years, and<br />

seem a top league contender this season. They did an<br />

excellent job of displaying their power this year by<br />

destroying the UCLA ruggers 29-0. Several outstanding<br />

players include Bob Prahl, captain; Paul Plumb<br />

vice ~resid.ent; Phil G:ant, high scorer; David Lay, '<br />

Den~ls WIse, and MIke Madigan, winger. With<br />

contmued success and increasing interest and support,<br />

rugby at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> promises to become a<br />

more vital part of campus life.<br />

.J<br />

Don't be greedy Bill, sa\'(.'souu- for th ' Arab.<br />

SDSC<br />

24<br />

24<br />

29<br />

11<br />

16<br />

16<br />

8<br />

SEASON<br />

RESULTS<br />

---- <strong>San</strong> Fernando Valley <strong>State</strong> 6<br />

-- Loyola<br />

-----------------_____________________<br />

UCLA<br />

-- Eagle Rock Athletic Club<br />

------------ . ____ Astronautics<br />

------------- __..<br />

UDT<br />

--------__--__.<br />

Fullerton<br />

12<br />

o<br />

6<br />

o<br />

8<br />

28<br />

Hey! Take it easy fellas, I think I have some spare change.<br />

Speedster Dennis Wise escapes the angered mob.<br />

Bob Prahl makes a great effort for the ball.<br />

!<br />

I<br />

174<br />

ROW I (from left): PAUL PLUMB, JIM STAUBER, PHIL<br />

LEY, GREG CAMPBELL, JIM PIPER, BOB PRAHL.<br />

GRANT, LARRY TAYLOR, MIKE MADIGAN, JOHN QUIG-<br />

Adept ball handling baffled the defense all afternoon. ROW 2: BOB WATKINS GENE ANDERSON, DAVID LAY, ABDELNOUR, JOEL PARKS, GARY McCAULEY DENNIS 175<br />

JOHN LUSTER, DENNIS'DIEB, BILL LEIMBACH, GEORGE<br />

WISE.


Coach Harry Broadbent<br />

presents Tom Lessard<br />

with NTC trophy.<br />

MERRELL DAVIS<br />

Heavyweight-Captain<br />

ED<br />

HOFFMAN<br />

177 lbs,<br />

FROM :LEFT: JOHN ZOOK, DENNIS PAYNE, ORVILLE HAY, WILLIAM CLAUDER,<br />

ED HOFFMAN, MERRELL DAVIS, TOM LESSARD, DAVE FLUCHT, FRANK BROWN,<br />

LARIMCDRE CUMMINS, JACK ROSS, JIM ANDERSON. NOT PICTURED: DALE<br />

KERNES, PAT CURREN.<br />

Wrestling<br />

The SDS wrestling squad finished the CCAA dual matches<br />

competition in a tie for first place with Cal Poly (SLO). However,<br />

the flip of a coin gave the Aztecs the trophy. In the first year of<br />

CCAA dual match competition two years ago the Aztecs were<br />

first and last season Cal Poly won. In the CCAA tournament at <strong>San</strong><br />

Luis Obispo the Aztecs, nursing a rash of unexpected injuries, were<br />

unable to place higher than fourth. Individually, however a fine<br />

performance was turned in by freshman Eel Hoffman, who came<br />

through as expected to win the In-pound title. He was also<br />

undefeated in 11 dual matches this year. Merrell Davis, senior<br />

team captain who wrestled with an injured leg, was unable to claim<br />

his third straight title. Frank Brown placed third in the CCAA<br />

meet but finished the season as the leading point maker. John<br />

Zook, who led the team in pins, including a 36 second pin<br />

against Cal Poly (Pomona), was unable to compete because of<br />

illness.<br />

FRANK BROWN<br />

167 Ibs.<br />

LARIMORE CUMMINS<br />

157 Ibs.<br />

BILL<br />

CLAUDER<br />

147 Ibs.<br />

SEASON RESULTS<br />

SDSC<br />

13 -- <strong>University</strong> of Arizona 16<br />

29 --- <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> City College 13<br />

35 ---- *<strong>San</strong> Fernando <strong>State</strong> 3<br />

17 ----- *Long Beach <strong>State</strong> 13<br />

14 --- *Cal Poly (S1.O) 14<br />

14 --- "Fresno <strong>State</strong> 12<br />

33 ------ *Los Angeles <strong>State</strong> 5<br />

16 -- <strong>University</strong> of California 16<br />

19 --- <strong>San</strong> Jose <strong>State</strong> 11<br />

25 ~ Cal Poly (Pomona) 5<br />

27 --- Claremont College 5<br />

22 -- Grossrnont College 8<br />

.X- CCAA Match.<br />

DENNIS PAYNE<br />

137 Ibs.<br />

ORVILLE HAY<br />

130 Ibs.<br />

JOHN ZOOK<br />

123 Ibs.<br />

176<br />

Frank Brown uses legs to subdue LA S ate competitor.<br />

177


V arsi ty Track<br />

Jim Anderson applies a cross-face on his LA <strong>State</strong> opponent.<br />

Hundreds of spectators watched the<br />

Aztecs clash with the powerful Trojan<br />

war horse from the <strong>University</strong> of<br />

Southern California, the defending<br />

NCAA track and field champions, and<br />

a strong Long Beach <strong>State</strong> squad.<br />

This meet, a triangular affair held at<br />

the Aztec oval, saw some of the finest<br />

COACH CHOC SPORTSMAN ASSISTANT TONY SUCEC<br />

athletes in the world compete. Among<br />

Trojan entrees were two all-time<br />

Southern California greats in javelin thrower Larry Stuart (267 ft., 3 inches)<br />

and pole vaulter Mike Flanagan (15-9). Other entries included seven-foot high<br />

jumper Joe Faust and Jamaican broad jumper Wellesley Clayton (23-201)·<br />

However, not all the talent emerged from the Trojan camp. The 1964 track<br />

season at SDS, at the time the <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste went to press, saw numerous records<br />

broken. The 440 and 880 yard relay teams, comprised of Darryl Nelson, Larry<br />

Godfrey, Rich Heckler, and John Gedney, broke the school records in both events.<br />

Larry Godfrey defeated Dee Andrews, of Long Beach, in the 330 intermediate<br />

hurdles in :38.2 seconds to better an Aztec mark. Norm Me Millan also set a school<br />

record when he cleared 15 feet in the pole vault.<br />

c: --<br />

..~_'!!!~_ ...<br />

- ..<br />

ROW 1, from left: Rich Bullock, Milt Silverman, Gavin Riley,<br />

Norm McMillan, Larry Godfrey, Rick Heckler, Bob Grant, Clyde<br />

Rilea. ROW 2: Ted Hack, Ken Fallon, Werner Willoughby, Jim<br />

Montgomery, Brad Baer, Ray Napier, John Gedney, Jordan Aftreth,<br />

Jim Webb.<br />

Hey ref, got a light?<br />

178<br />

"Wild Bill" Clauder executes an impressive pin In the LA<br />

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

179


TED HACK<br />

Distance<br />

GAVIN RILEY<br />

Distance<br />

.TIM MONTGOMERY<br />

Distance<br />

Records Fall<br />

•<br />

10<br />

1964<br />

LARRY GODFREY<br />

Hurdler<br />

180<br />

18.1


Freshman Track<br />

Outstanding freshmen thinclads<br />

performing for Coarh .ck<br />

Wells' frosh squad this<br />

inrluded Gary f r,<br />

outstanding mem Of<br />

Helix High squad In aprin<br />

broad jump and high jump' ul<br />

Manning, Grossmont High, 14-5<br />

pole vault; and Carlton Jacobus,<br />

6-5 h~h jumper from thula<br />

Vista.<br />

COACH DICK WELL<br />

Larry Godfrey takes the lead and 0<br />

hurdles g cs on to break the school record in tho "3D 'd . di<br />

. ,.> ~. mterme rate<br />

182<br />

.JOHN GEDNEY<br />

Javelin<br />

BRAD BAER<br />

Shot Put<br />

BACK ROW (from left): Young, Gordon, Hafer, Duly, Jacobus, Schneider, Hafner, Ellis,<br />

Hermann.<br />

1M'<br />

FRONT ROW: Getzen, Steusel, Romero, Volchok, Campbell, DeVore, Rem ey, anmng.<br />

183


------------r--...,..,...,...,-.-- ---=----r---- __ ------~----------~<br />

SEASON RESULTS<br />

SDSC<br />

16 ----..- _. Orange <strong>State</strong> 1<br />

o - Orange <strong>State</strong> 2<br />

23 Cal Western 7<br />

3 . Whittier 2<br />

3 ..- __. Cal Western 5<br />

5 _ Redlands 6<br />

o '" Southern California 5<br />

15 _ <strong>University</strong> of Utah 0<br />

13 _ __.. Pepperdine 8<br />

4- .......••...... _ . . Chapman 7<br />

3 __ __..__. Chapman 1<br />

7 - _ _ Montana <strong>State</strong> 2<br />

7 Brigham Young 1<br />

6 Brigham Young 0<br />

4- •...•................. U. of <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> 2<br />

3 Air Force Academy 8<br />

7 Air Force Academy 16<br />

2 Air Force Academy 5<br />

COACH<br />

C. R. SMITH<br />

V arsity Baseball<br />

Relief pitchers and catchers joke around between innings.<br />

184<br />

~OW 1 (from I~ft): Mike McGhee, Mike Murphy, Tom Cassie, Rich Serrano, Graig Nettles,<br />

JIm Rupe, Bo~ Sitcoscy, Mi.lo Lizalde. . Bill<br />

ROW 2: Eddie Mendez, Bill Marseilles Don Sada Roger Clark John Grove, Steve SImon,<br />

Lefler, Bob Estavillo. "" . . I<br />

ROW 3: Stan Michaels, Dave Martin Bob Vail Dave Flesner Gary Branstetter, CharlIe Nee,<br />

Norm Marr, Bob More, Coach C. R. S~ith, Man~ger Gary Bayl~r.<br />

Roger Clark moves for the ball in left field.<br />

185


Coach Charlie mith watches<br />

the game from th dugout.<br />

186<br />

A panoramic view of the Aztec's home field located behind Peterson Gymnasium.<br />

187


Aztec<br />

Outfielders<br />

---------V:ar<br />

ity Go f<br />

MCAA Contenders<br />

BUTCH<br />

CARTER<br />

ALAN CAMPBELL<br />

From left: Bob Estavillo, Roger Clark, Charlie<br />

Neel, Eddy Mendez, Jim Rupe,<br />

COACH FRANK<br />

'OTT<br />

Aztec<br />

Pitchers<br />

The 1961 Azu-« Golf team coached by<br />

Frank Scott, proved itself to be om' of<br />

the country's top collegiate outfits, B<br />

winning the LA Invitati nal they bl at<br />

such fin,' teams as C, CLA, and<br />

Fresno <strong>State</strong>. The Aztec teams of Ian<br />

Campbell-Butch Carter, Emil' Hau r-<br />

Bruce Washburn and Jim ilbert-Paul<br />

Tuttle took th first thr 'C' place: and th<br />

Aztecs won seven out of th eight award<br />

given. At the time the yearbook went<br />

to press the Azt c held an impressive 8-2<br />

record for dual matrhe and wer an<br />

expected contender for the A title.<br />

ROW 1 (from left): John Grove, Bill Lefler,<br />

Bob More.<br />

ROW 2: Stan Michaels, Bob Vail, Norm Marr.<br />

Aztec<br />

Infielders<br />

f<br />

•<br />

hy, Tom Cassie,<br />

sner, Don Sada,<br />

, l . AI C mpbell Frank Merhar,<br />

From left: Coach Frank Scott, Ernie Hauser, Bruce "ashlllln,. an a ,<br />

Paul Tuttle, Butch Carter, Jim Gilbert, Eric Hauser.<br />

189


V arsity Tennis<br />

Varsity<br />

Swimming<br />

•<br />

f<br />

s<br />

1<br />

\ \<br />

s<br />

....<br />

DR. WILLIAM<br />

C. BURGES<br />

COACH AL OLSEN<br />

The SDS netters, under the direction of<br />

Coach Al Olsen, posted their third win<br />

in four CCAA tilts by defeating Long<br />

Beach <strong>State</strong> 5-4 only a few hours before<br />

the <strong>Del</strong> Sud oeste went to press. Other<br />

victories came against Cal Poly (SLO)<br />

7-2 and Fresno <strong>State</strong> 5-4. Their single<br />

league loss was to <strong>San</strong> Fernando <strong>State</strong><br />

5-4. Fine individual performances<br />

~er~ given by John Wallen, first man<br />

m sl.ngles play; John Emrich, three year<br />

varsity letterman and the only senior on<br />

the team; John Cheney, and John Lehton.<br />

DAVE<br />

SZUCH<br />

\ When the <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste went to<br />

press the highly improved SDS<br />

swimming team had compiled a<br />

3-2 dual meet record while<br />

MARK BRUCE setting many school marks. Mike<br />

Gerry set two of the new marks<br />

with a 50.5 in the hundred yard<br />

freestyle and a I: 54.6 in the<br />

200-yard freestyle. Mark Bruce<br />

broke his own record by finishing<br />

the 500-yard freestyle in 5: 24.3 to erase last year's mark o~ 5: 30.3. Another r~ord<br />

to fall came in the 400-yard freestyle relay. Four Aztec swimmers went the di tance<br />

in 3: 36.2 seconds. Sophomore Mark Bruce captured- three first places and Dave<br />

Szuch took two seconds at Long Beach in qualifying for the NCAA small college<br />

finals in the Western Regional championspips.<br />

;<br />

190<br />

JOHN<br />

WALLEN<br />

JOHN<br />

EMRICH<br />

ROW 1 (from left): Ron Davis, Chris Roberts, Mike Gerry, Ernie Ligon, Dave Szuch,<br />

Don Schirmer, Steve Wolcott. .<br />

ROW 2: Bill Mann Mark Bruce Jim Skelley Don Hutchinson, Ken Thompson, Jim Lane,<br />

Rick Evans.' , '<br />

191


Gymnastics<br />

The <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> gymnastics team, comprised of sopHomores<br />

and juniors, made a slow start but improved rapidly as the<br />

season progressed. Sophomores Skip Spindler and Dennis Johnston<br />

led the team in scoring, and fine individual performances were<br />

also turned in by Mickey Johnston and Terry McPherson. Curt<br />

Gates, in his first year as gymnastics coach at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>,<br />

has done an excellent job of rebuilding the team.<br />

Terry McPherson holds an L-position on the parallel bars.<br />

Freshman<br />

handstand<br />

Don McDaniel lowers from a difficult<br />

on the rings.<br />

Freshman John Gaines demonstrates a German Giant as a part of<br />

his routine.<br />

Mickey Johnston lowers to a straddle scale in his free exercise routine.<br />

Sophomore Skip Spindler shows a tuck back flip on the trampoline.<br />

FRONT ROW (from left): JOHN GAINES, JOE SAUNDERS,<br />

DON McDANIEL, MARC PAISIN, SKIP SPINDLER.<br />

BACK ROW' JOHN PEARSLEY, ROBIN HALLEY, RUSSEL<br />

BLOCK, MICKEY .JOHNSTON, TERRY McPHERSON, TEjtRY 193<br />

KLEMETSRUD, GEORGE GAUDET, DENNIS JOHNS. ON,<br />

LEE OLSON, COACH CURT GATES.


-- , ~ " _'_ .. ,,- ~....~ r ~ . • M~' , ,<br />

• - 'I. •<br />

Crew<br />

In its fourth year of competition the SDS new was host<br />

to the Western Collegiate Rowing Championships for the<br />

first time. Entered in the meet were th 12 members<br />

of the Western Int rcollegiatc Rowing Association.<br />

The varsity crew, having only three returning 1 tterm n,<br />

dropped its first two dual meets of the year to OJ' gon<br />

<strong>State</strong> <strong>University</strong> and Orange Coast College. The junior<br />

varsity, who proved more sucres ful in winning both<br />

meets, should provide a source of additional str ngth<br />

for the varsity in 1965.<br />

From left: Bu y Alexander Bill<br />

Steward, Jim Crbuch, Gary W~ppes,<br />

AI .Harlow, John Ruzich, Gordon Sutonus,<br />

Tony Grindl.<br />

FRONT: Coxswain Dave Hodges.<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Beekley, who is president of the Western Coaches Crew Association<br />

and is on the executive board of the National Association of Amateur<br />

Oarsmen, coaches the Aztecs.<br />

Junior<br />

Varsity<br />

From left: Jim McClung, Larry Raymond,<br />

Tom Clark, Lee Hart, Bart<br />

Stein, Dick Powell, Bob Morgan, Tom<br />

Grader.<br />

FRONT: Coxswain Bill Emerton.<br />

Freshmen<br />

From left: BiU Landreth, Gary<br />

Wappel, Alin Worley, Stan Bareham,<br />

Mike Winkle r, on McDougal, Sid<br />

Cavey, Don Jones,<br />

FRONT: ColUwain Denis Kaplan.


:' ...._- ..... ~- .. ~ _ ... ~- --~ - .• ~. • '''"'".J''- _..... """""<br />

_" 1. ~_ _ __<br />

The end of a long pass.<br />

IFC Sports<br />

Intramural sports continued their rapid expansion<br />

this year and have moved from essentially an<br />

IFC program to one that includes a high<br />

percentage of the male student body. Participation<br />

in the various sports has grown to over two<br />

thousand men entered in 34 leagues and tournaments<br />

this past year. New programs added this<br />

season were wrestling, independent flag football,<br />

and volleyball doubles. IFC competition in both<br />

the Black and Red leagues proved to be more<br />

evenly balanced, with frequent upsets in both<br />

divisions. Hundreds of spectators watched the<br />

Kappa Sig football team down the SAE's 13-6 in<br />

a crucial contest, and Sigma Chi beat Pi Kappa<br />

Alpha in a close match for the volleyball lead.<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon, in a surprise upset, defeated<br />

Sigma Chi 42-39 in the opening game of the<br />

basketball season. An independent point contest<br />

very similar to the year-long fraternity contest<br />

moved into full swing for the independent groups,<br />

involving many campus clubs and organizations.<br />

The long reach for two.<br />

Bob Hoss takes the ball on a run.<br />

The gym comes to life.<br />

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I am the greatest!<br />

196<br />

Hey buddy! The flag-NOT<br />

the shorts.<br />

Egads! I'm pulling my own leg.<br />

197


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The purpose of the Panhellenic Council<br />

is to establish further cooperation and<br />

understanding between the twelve<br />

sororities on campus. The Council is<br />

responsible for maintaining Panhellenic<br />

rules within the sororities. Manv Panhellenic<br />

activities are held jointly with<br />

the Inter-Fraternity Council, such as<br />

Greek Week and Greek Retreat. Panhellenic<br />

also sponsors Pledge Presents and<br />

an annual Panhellenic Workshop in<br />

the spring.<br />

All fraternities at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> College are<br />

national and are members of the Inter-Fraternity<br />

Council. The Inter-Fraternity Council is the<br />

governing body of the fraternities, and consists<br />

of the president of each fraternity, plus an<br />

additional delegate. The Council's object is to<br />

strengthen the Greek system at SDSC. Along with<br />

Greek Week and Greek Retreat held in<br />

conjunction with the Panhellenir Council, the<br />

Inter-Fraternity Council sponsors a fall and<br />

spring rush. During rush, IFC strives to pledge<br />

men who will be well-rounded individuals,<br />

academically as well as socially.<br />

PENNY RUTLEDGE<br />

President<br />

TERI SHONAKER<br />

Vice President<br />

JIM<br />

CARR UTI-IERS<br />

President<br />

DO<br />

Vi<br />

ALLY<br />

(' Pre sident<br />

PANHELLENIC<br />

COUNCIL<br />

~INTER-FRATERNITY<br />

COUNCIL<br />

VICKIE GRAY<br />

Secretary<br />

LANCE MILLER<br />

Secretary<br />

SHIRLEY CLEMENTS<br />

Treasurer<br />

NANCY OTEY<br />

BARBARA FERVER<br />

Office Manager<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

RON LONG<br />

Treasurer<br />

GARY BRANSTETTER<br />

Commissioner of Athletics<br />

JOHN RAMSEY<br />

Rush Chairman<br />

200<br />

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C:E:I<br />

O:M:EGA.<br />

MARY BEVINGTON<br />

President<br />

Gayle Atwell<br />

Mary Dunton<br />

Susie Blanc<br />

Elaine Durkin<br />

Mar1lyn BOland<br />

Kathy Englebrecht<br />

Jennefer Brown<br />

Karen Evenson<br />

Dominie Cappadonna<br />

Joyce Folts<br />

Diane Cavalhn<br />

Linda Ganc<br />

Carol Collier<br />

Cathy Georggln<br />

Penny Crowder<br />

Sheila Grim<br />

Shannon Crowley<br />

Bonnie Haefer<br />

Pat Depew<br />

Rente Hagar<br />

Terry Donaldson<br />

Brooke Harper<br />

J.hrlane DuM<br />

SherrHl H.lfleld<br />

Nanoy Dunn<br />

Kathy Holm ••<br />

PROMINENT<br />

MEMBERS<br />

DOMINIE CAPPADONNA<br />

A WS President; Who'., Who<br />

PAT DEPEW<br />

Homecoming Dance co-chairman<br />

BONNIE HAEFER<br />

A WS Program Chairman<br />

SHERRILL HATFIELD<br />

Sigma Nu White Rose Queen<br />

Sharon Lynch Franny Maloney Joal Maloney Anita Marton Shella Marion<br />

ROBIN VAIL<br />

Las Meninas; Dean's List<br />

SHARON WAXON<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha Crescents<br />

DIANE ZERVAS<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste copy editor<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Bicycle-Built-for- Two Race:<br />

first place<br />

Spring Sing: mixed division, first place<br />

Homecoming House Decorations: first place<br />

Easter Seal Drive and Roller Skating Contest<br />

CHAPTER<br />

OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Mary Bevington<br />

VICE PRESIDENTS<br />

Pat Depew, Kathy Englebrecht<br />

SECRETARIES<br />

Marilyn Boland, Robi1n Vail<br />

TREASURER<br />

Kaye Herman<br />

202<br />

Susie Holt<br />

Bunny Mattek<br />

Claudia Peck<br />

Melinda Thomas<br />

Vicki ValUere<br />

Kathy Howe<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy MCClain<br />

Tina Pettengill<br />

Jean Thompson<br />

Jill Warren<br />

Helen Hull<br />

Joy Moody<br />

Cherie Rhoads<br />

Paula Trask<br />

Sharon wexon<br />

Linn Humber<br />

Mary Olson<br />

Shari Stancil<br />

Tana Tuttle<br />

Jeannie Westhead<br />

Linda Johnson<br />

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

Carolyn Stuhrman<br />

Kathie Upshaw<br />

Jean Worthington<br />

Juelle Lamb<br />

Shaula Paul<br />

Susie Swanson<br />

Robin Vail<br />

Diane Zervas<br />

"Look!<br />

She bit her tongue."<br />

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CAROLYN MYERS<br />

President<br />

Roberta Baranov<br />

Claire Hartstein<br />

Bunny Cooper<br />

Ronnie Hersh<br />

Marsha navis<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra llofflng<br />

Betsy DeSu~e<br />

Ioent. Kane<br />

Bunny Feurzeig<br />

JoniKnoi<br />

Barbara Ftnerman<br />

wtnme Krone<br />

Sh Ua (lih.on<br />

1\.t1rU rA~lfuvJ<br />

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P:E1I<br />

TERRY SMITH<br />

President<br />

Susan Acord<br />

Barbara Ferver<br />

Cindy Anderson<br />

Suzanne Fisher<br />

Betty Bartlett<br />

Janet Gibson<br />

Pat Bartlett<br />

Melodie Glffln<br />

Pat Berry<br />

Jeannie Halvorson<br />

Diana Bonsignore<br />

Linda Harbaugh<br />

Melanie Bouer<br />

Susan Heide<br />

'MarUyn Brunner<br />

Marie Hoff<br />

nusiin Dearinl!<br />

MarUyn lloU<br />

l'uty Dn g<br />

Dlmi Howe<br />

Sh ryl F ... lcr<br />

C.rnl Hunt<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

BARBARA FERVER<br />

Pan hellenic rush chairman<br />

JANET GIBSON<br />

Sweethearts of the Diamond president<br />

NIKKI NORD<br />

Cheerleader<br />

TERI SHONAKER<br />

Panhellenic vice president<br />

BEV SODOMKA<br />

AWS treasurer<br />

NANCY STRONG<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha Cross and Crescent Girl<br />

JAN WATSON<br />

Cap and Gown; Angel Flight<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Faculty<br />

Tea<br />

Alpha Phi-esta<br />

Sigma Chi Derby Day: third place<br />

Alpha Phi District Scholarship Trophy<br />

Carol McDonald<br />

Cindy Null<br />

Sue Smith<br />

CHAPTER<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Terry Smith<br />

OFFICERS<br />

VICE PRESIDENTS<br />

Linda Meddock, Diane McQueen<br />

SECRETARIES<br />

Janet Gibson, Linda Harbaugh<br />

TREASURER<br />

Nancy Wall<br />

208<br />

Dottie J ondall<br />

Pene McDonald<br />

Gaye O'Neel<br />

Bev Sodomka<br />

Linda Thomas<br />

Paula Kimmer ling<br />

Ma.rcia Mcferren<br />

Taffy Polster<br />

Eileen Somerville<br />

Karen Thompson<br />

Nancy Larkey<br />

Marion Minor<br />

Kathy Rumsey<br />

Kathy Sunheim<br />

Cynnie Troup<br />

Susan<br />

Bobbi<br />

Susan<br />

Bohbi<br />

Nancy<br />

Larkey<br />

Munson<br />

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

Speer<br />

Wall<br />

Jeannie Lomac<br />

Sue Nachant<br />

Sherry Sharpe<br />

Carol Stahmann<br />

Jan Watson<br />

Carol Maggio<br />

Linda Nolan<br />

Sheila Shay<br />

Nancy Strong<br />

Barbara Weeks<br />

Joan McCarl<br />

Nikki Nord<br />

Teri Shonaker<br />

Bitsy Thayer<br />

Vickie Wiegand<br />

"That<br />

Soupy Sales is all-time!"<br />

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LINDA WILLIAMS<br />

President<br />

The modern Alpha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta house provides living- accommodations for 30 girls.<br />

"Hey, Tillie, your date is here!"<br />

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DELTA<br />

ZET.A<br />

MARGE HIGGS<br />

President<br />

1<br />

Merilyn Beyrer<br />

Jeanette Dutton<br />

Shirley Clements<br />

Sue Fisher<br />

Marilyn Couch<br />

Carolyn :Flood<br />

Eileen Davy<br />

Mary Fraine<br />

MerrUie DeArmond<br />

Gall Gerry<br />

Lynda Deegan<br />

Sally Gideon<br />

Carol Down<br />

Dee Lieberman<br />

Msrlanne Longe Robin Lovelady<br />

I..1ndaMoCalia<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

MERILYN BEYRER<br />

Kappa Pi<br />

SHIRLEY CLEMENTS<br />

Panhellenic treasurer<br />

EILEEN DAVY<br />

Las Meninas; Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

y<br />

lECTRIC<br />

GERRY PATTERSON<br />

Sigma Nu Serpentenes president<br />

DIANE ROSTEN<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste administration editor<br />

MARILYN RUE<br />

Sigma Alpha Iota<br />

MARY SERWE<br />

AWS Judiciary Board secretary<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Fashion Show<br />

Pledge Car Wash<br />

Mother's<br />

Day Breakfast<br />

Come-As-You-Are Breakfast<br />

"Dream Whirl" Spring Formal<br />

CHAPTER<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Marge Higgs<br />

OFFICERS<br />

VICE PRESIDENTS<br />

Georgia Miller, Sylvia Palmer<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Gerry Patterson<br />

TREASURER<br />

Anne Stone<br />

214<br />

Marsha MeliuB<br />

SylVia Palmer<br />

Lynn Randall<br />

Mary Serwe<br />

Linda Taylor<br />

Georgia MlIIer<br />

Gerry Patterson<br />

Pat Rolan<br />

Donna Spencer<br />

Carol Tomlinson<br />

Georgia Moffett<br />

Sharon Piper<br />

Diane Rosten<br />

Anne Stone<br />

Nancy Wileon<br />

"Just a harmless prank, sir-we're<br />

wiping it off."<br />

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P:B:I<br />

BET.A.<br />

MARILOU LANGE<br />

President<br />

Dona Adams<br />

Gig! Gaston<br />

Gente Almond<br />

Barbara Gilbertson<br />

JUdy Antell<br />

Batty Gingery<br />

Betty Arbon<br />

Lealie Gottschall<br />

Judy Bacon<br />

Carol Grant<br />

Donna<br />

Paula<br />

Benedict<br />

Gray<br />

Diane Brophy<br />

Vickie Gray<br />

Karen- Casares<br />

SUe Gregory<br />

Gayle Christiansen<br />

Sue Hanzlik<br />

l(a thee Corso<br />

Sue Holzer<br />

Bav Elliott<br />

Linda lion y<br />

D 1>1>1FUJlt<br />

Ot a.nna HUH"<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

BETTY ARBON<br />

Olmeca Hall wing president<br />

GA YLE CHRISTIANSEN<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste editor-in-chief<br />

VICKIE GRAY<br />

Pan hellenic secretary ; Spurs<br />

JANET JENSEN<br />

Aztec flagtwirler; Angel Flight<br />

Sue Lange Barbara Lazos Pam Marckwardt Linda McMenamy<br />

Jan Miller<br />

Marl Mardi<br />

SUE LANGE<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste senior editor<br />

SANDIE SHIPE<br />

Daily Aztec news editor; Who's Who<br />

SHARON TAYLOR<br />

Freshman class secretary<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Polka Party<br />

Christmas Dinner-Dance<br />

"Little 500" Bike Race:<br />

first place<br />

Spring Sing: women's division, first place<br />

Homecoming House Decorations:<br />

award<br />

sweepstakes<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Mari/ou Lange<br />

VICE PRESIDENTS<br />

Carol Roberts, <strong>San</strong>die Shipe<br />

SECRETARIES<br />

Genie Almond, Ellen Wendt<br />

TREASURER<br />

Betty Gingery<br />

216<br />

Kathy Houser<br />

Ann Nolan<br />

Annette Richards<br />

Susan Shields<br />

Susan Warner<br />

Janet Jensen<br />

Judi Norberg<br />

Carol Roberts<br />

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

Donna Kay Webster<br />

Margaret Johnson<br />

Barbara Olson<br />

Laura Robles<br />

Judy Sinclair<br />

Ellen Wendt<br />

Judi Jones<br />

Cathie Pauchnick<br />

Ellen Salmon<br />

Sharon Taylor<br />

Linda Williams<br />

Kay Kindley<br />

Donna Pitts<br />

Kathy Schaffner<br />

Terry Thomas<br />

Dianne Wilson<br />

Johanne Kuntz<br />

Betty Ragenovich<br />

Sidney Selby<br />

Thelma Walker<br />

Pam Woodberry<br />

"Forget the housemother-let<br />

, ., I"<br />

s smg It anyway.<br />

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B:.APP.A. .ALP:H:.A TE:........<br />

GINGER IRVINE<br />

President<br />

Nicole Armanino<br />

Judy Crooks<br />

NatalieAult<br />

Betsy Cnnningham<br />

Janet Bateman<br />

Judy Dill<br />

Janet Bettag<br />

Margaret Doig<br />

LInda Bishop<br />

Diane Driver<br />

Betty Bradley<br />

Cayle Edler .<br />

Barbsra Brush<br />

l.inda Elliott<br />

Patricia Burgad<br />

Kathy Esiey<br />

Elizabeth Burgert<br />

Norma Gale<br />

Nancy Burkheimer<br />

ces Godbout<br />

Margarei Cub<br />

Linda Griffith.<br />

Joan Chabot<br />

Sally Baltenbeck<br />

Judy Coop.<br />

Sh rTI lIan1lO{ord<br />

PROMINENT<br />

MEMBERS<br />

BETTY<br />

Spurs<br />

BRADLEY<br />

president<br />

KATHY ESTEY<br />

Cap and Gown; Who's Who<br />

CES GODBOUT<br />

Dreamgirl of Theta Chi<br />

Sydney LaFonta Linda Lake Barbara Lamb Carol Lane Rozanne Mack MAry ~1aroio.<br />

GINGER IRVINE<br />

Spec.ial Events Board chairman; Who's Who<br />

ROZANNE MACK<br />

Sweetheart of Sigma Chi<br />

DONNA<br />

Sophomore<br />

PETERSEN<br />

class secretary<br />

NANCY WINTERS<br />

AWS secretary; Las Meninas<br />

EVENTS<br />

AND HONORS<br />

Founders'<br />

Day<br />

Halloween<br />

Party<br />

Christmas<br />

Formal<br />

Pan hellenic Scholarship Award: first place<br />

Homecoming House Decorations: third place<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Ginger Irvine<br />

VICE PRESIDENTS<br />

Natalie Auu, Kathy Estey<br />

SECRET ARIES<br />

Diane Drioer, Ces Godbout<br />

TREASURER<br />

Janet Bateman<br />

218<br />

Dot Hartman Dorothy Hatalson Maureen Hill Nancy Hines Judy Hull Judy E. Johnson Kay Kalanquin<br />

Margy McPherren Linda Mohr Carole Mmminger Barbara Monteath Lurlie Moore Gayle Mullen Donna Musil<br />

Louise Neil Joyce Nelson Joanne Person Donna Petersen Carol Plumb Robyn Pollock Barbara Ramet<br />

Carolyn Reusch Dianne Rock Lynn Sawade Salli Sma.Il Sue Springstead Suzanne Stone Patty Wilkerson<br />

Mary WllIe Melinda Wills Sally Wilson Paula Winder Nancy Winters Jan Woods Beth Zantiny<br />

"And then Little Red Riding Hood said ... "<br />

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DELT.A<br />

J<br />

MARY JO MORLEY<br />

President<br />

Janice Anderson<br />

Barbara Fisher<br />

Judy Anderson<br />

Debby Friend<br />

Donna Barnard<br />

Naney Godfrey<br />

Wanda Barnard<br />

Gail Or er<br />

Peggy Bartz<br />

Judy Hendricks<br />

Sue Brady<br />

Barbara Kiloh<br />

All CrvfiY<br />

Sylvia Lowl.,<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

JUDY ANDERSON<br />

Las Mellilla.,; An ge] Flight<br />

PEGGY BARTZ<br />

Little Sisters of the Maltese Cross president<br />

PAT<br />

Aztec<br />

BELAND<br />

majorette<br />

JACKIE DU VIGNEAUD<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon "Miss Fireside"<br />

DIANE HALLETT<br />

Sigma Chi Derby Day best athlete<br />

NANCI LELAND<br />

Little Sisters of the Maltese Cross<br />

CAROL MINTON<br />

Junior Panhellenic treasurer<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Founders' Day Banquet<br />

Christmas Seal Drive<br />

Sigma Chi Derby Day: first place<br />

Spring Sing: women's novelty, second place<br />

Homecoming House Decorations: best use of<br />

materials<br />

Elaine May<br />

Mary Lou Phiel<br />

Jackie Sooter<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Mary [o Morley<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Diane Morris<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Andi Vaccaro<br />

TREASURER<br />

Sylvia Lawler<br />

220<br />

N anot Leland<br />

Carol Minton<br />

Lois Roberts<br />

Karen Stahn<br />

Andi Vaccaro<br />

Judy Luxenburg<br />

Diana Morris<br />

Judy Rohlf<br />

Denise Strickland<br />

BevWilliams<br />

Sharyn MaIm<br />

Carrie Nessler<br />

Susan RoBS<br />

Sue Sykora<br />

Diane Wright<br />

Charlene Martyn<br />

Bonnie Olson<br />

Carolyn Schrock<br />

Nancy Teter<br />

Carol Zeni<br />

"And now, girls, may we present our mystery guest.<br />

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BETA.<br />

PE:I<br />

JAN COLLINS<br />

President<br />

Betty Adame<br />

Linda Clea!or<br />

Bonnie Alder<br />

Anne Cobb<br />

Sharon Ansted!<br />

TIna Colllna<br />

Gerl Berg<br />

Diane CrqweU<br />

Ma:rnle Bl;>ck<br />

Pam <strong>Del</strong>ahUll!<br />

J""" Blindbury<br />

Mandell Evans<br />

Margie Boyd<br />

stephanie Evans<br />

Ann Bnebinuln<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Ferguson<br />

Ann CarroU<br />

Barbara Green<br />

Carol Canel!<br />

Gayle Grigg.<br />

RobIn Cbrlety<br />

Sh rry Oro..<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

BONNIE ALDER<br />

Junior class secretary<br />

ROBIN CHRISTY<br />

Sophomore class vice president<br />

JAN COLLINS<br />

Angel Flight<br />

Tau<br />

GAYLE GRIGGS<br />

Homecoming Queen;<br />

Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart<br />

BETH HINDLEY<br />

Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta; Angel Flight<br />

PAM SELLMAN<br />

Angel Flight<br />

NEDRA SNYDER<br />

AS secretary; Homecoming attendant;<br />

Who's Who<br />

Carol Kujawa<br />

Joanne Miller<br />

Annette<br />

Waskah<br />

Lindsay<br />

Miller<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

1\<br />

Mom's Tea<br />

Christmas Formal<br />

Homecoming Mum Sale<br />

Parents' Christmas Party<br />

Dads' Night Football Game<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Jan Collins<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Jo Hansen Lower<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Betty Adams<br />

TREASURER<br />

Ann Carroll<br />

"Whaddya mean we can't be in Frosh Fete?"<br />

222<br />

Mary Ann Hawley<br />

Joan Marsh<br />

Kappy Paul<br />

Susie ROBS<br />

Vicky Thompson<br />

Beth Hindley<br />

Janice Mayer<br />

Claudia Pierson<br />

Janel! Short<br />

Taffy Voyen<br />

Cheryl Johnson<br />

Sheila McKenzie<br />

Leslie Poehlman<br />

Nedra Snyder<br />

Joan Wldel<br />

Patti Jones<br />

Cheryl Millen<br />

Judy Roman<br />

EIlen Steddom<br />

<strong>San</strong>die Yarborough<br />

Kathy Kemper<br />

Bonnie Miller<br />

Debbie Ross<br />

Sue Hen Stickney<br />

Nancy Zetts<br />

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:K:A.PPA.<br />

GAIL HICKCOX<br />

President<br />

Ltsbet Austin<br />

Patricia Colonell<br />

Marllou Ballagb<br />

Marilyn Dupree<br />

Mary Barbour<br />

Janice Ekrem<br />

Mary Barrett<br />

Pat Eurich<br />

Shannon Besoyan<br />

Mary Fronks<br />

Karen Boyce<br />

Short Good<br />

Breoda Broadway<br />

Darlene Gray<br />

Moreoe Brown<br />

Gay Halloran<br />

Nancy Browne<br />

Janilee Hamner<br />

Altee Rudzinski<br />

Janet Haught<br />

Julte Chllwn<br />

JanleellUlI.<br />

nsv ... Churchill<br />

Sh. ron Hoham<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

CAROL DA WSU.'\i<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste art editor<br />

SHERI GUOn<br />

Songleader<br />

GAIL HICKCOX<br />

Cap and Gown; Who's Who<br />

BARBA LEAMON<br />

Songteader<br />

KATHY MOREY<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts<br />

LINDA ODEN<br />

AWS vice president; Who's Who<br />

PAMELA WILSON<br />

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

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Christmas<br />

Formal<br />

Scholarship<br />

Dinner<br />

Founders'<br />

Day Banquet<br />

Balboa Beach Retreat<br />

Spring Sing: mixed division, third place<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Gail Hickcox<br />

VICE PRESIDENTS<br />

Betti Sams, Barbara Thomas<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Mary Barrett<br />

TREASURER<br />

Marilyn Dupree<br />

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Pat Holewinski<br />

Linda Menzie<br />

Elizabeth Ogden<br />

Gayle <strong>San</strong>born<br />

Diane Taube<br />

Sharon Judy<br />

Toni Merchant<br />

Nancy Otey<br />

Barbara Shattuck<br />

Barbara Thomas<br />

Edell Kelley<br />

Anne Merman<br />

<strong>San</strong>dra Pearson<br />

Kathryn Sha ttuck<br />

Barbara Turchan<br />

M. Kay Laswell<br />

Darlene Merritt<br />

Judith Peirce<br />

Donna Shumpert<br />

Ruth Wallace<br />

Barba Leamon<br />

Judy Mhoon<br />

earil Porter<br />

Stephanie Smith<br />

Kathleen Welty<br />

Norma Leppert<br />

Kathy Morey<br />

Cynthia Runyan<br />

Georgia Sorben<br />

Pamela Wilson<br />

Susan Mathis<br />

Linda Oden<br />

Betti Same<br />

Nancy Stamm<br />

Ann Wolfarth<br />

"Will the real Jack-Be-Nimble<br />

please stand up?"<br />

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JUNIIDR PANHELLENIC COUNCIL<br />

GREEK RETREAT<br />

JEAN WORTHINGTON<br />

President<br />

KATHY ANDERSON<br />

Vice President<br />

ROBYN POLLOCK<br />

Vice President<br />

Organized and directed<br />

by the pledge classes of<br />

on-campus sororities<br />

Junior Panhellenic s~rives<br />

to promote sorority<br />

ideals among the pledges.<br />

The group's varied<br />

activities included a hospital<br />

project, speakers<br />

and a Big and Little'<br />

Sisters' Tea. These events<br />

help the members to<br />

become better acquainted<br />

~i~h college life, group<br />

hvmg, and the standards<br />

expected of a sorority<br />

woman.<br />

Greeks representing 26 groups<br />

headed for a mountain retreat<br />

on a rainy Friday afternoon in<br />

November. Scheduled for the<br />

weekend were guest speakers,<br />

discussion groups, films, and a<br />

lot of fun. It didn't take long for<br />

the Greek representatives to<br />

realize that fraternal problems<br />

affect every organization. As a<br />

result, the controversial questions<br />

were discussed not by individuals,<br />

but by those interested in a<br />

stronger and more uni ted<br />

fraternal system.<br />

Guest speakers and their topics<br />

included Dean Margery Warmer,<br />

"Greeks at <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong>";<br />

Dr. Will Kidwell, "Greek<br />

Ideals versus Greek Practices";<br />

Judge Richard Ault, "Greeks<br />

versus Member Groups"; and<br />

Dean Herbert Peiffer, Tom<br />

Fetterly and John Doggett, "Discrimination."<br />

After each<br />

speaker's presentation the assembly<br />

broke into small groups to<br />

look at each topic objectively and<br />

realistically. Through the efforts<br />

and planning of co-chairmen<br />

Doug Allyn and Teri Shonaker,<br />

Greek Retreat proved to be a<br />

rewarding experience for all<br />

who attended.<br />

Doane Pond makes a beautiful setting for one group.<br />

PRISCILLA TOWNS EN<br />

Secretary CAROL MINTON<br />

Treasurer<br />

INTER -FRATERNITY<br />

PLEDGE COUNCIL<br />

..<br />

An informal group discusses ideas between seminars.<br />

Greeks head toward the lodge for a morning seminar.<br />

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President JIM MILLS<br />

Vice President<br />

HARVEY LENETT<br />

Secretary-Treasurer<br />

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.ALl?:E:A<br />

T.Al:.7<br />

MIKE MUNZ<br />

President<br />

Rob Balch<br />

John Coombes<br />

Al BenUey<br />

Dennis Daniel<br />

Chuck Best<br />

John Dtshton<br />

Larry BUss<br />

Tom Durbin<br />

Tom Bruyneei<br />

Steve Eddy<br />

Don Camphuis<br />

Jeff Fleener<br />

Bill Oantrelt<br />

Russ Gustin<br />

Tom CireUo<br />

Joe Hall<br />

Btu Coleman<br />

John Ha.lLer<br />

Ernte Conrad<br />

Pat. Hanah:fw<br />

.Milu% Cook<br />

John !loy.<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

MIKE COOK<br />

Homecoming publicity chairman<br />

JOHN COOMBES<br />

Track<br />

DENNIS DANIEL<br />

AMS secretary<br />

JOE HALL<br />

Varsity wrestling<br />

Ray Lieberenz Bruce Matlock Jim McCampbell Steve McCormick<br />

LANCE MILLER<br />

IFC secretary; Oceotl<br />

MIKE MUNZ<br />

AMS Council; Oceotl<br />

JIM STACY<br />

Varsity wrestling<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Spring Formal<br />

Shipwreck Dance<br />

IFC Sports Red League: first place<br />

Homecoming House Decorations: first place<br />

Mike Lennon<br />

Gene Pastula<br />

Jerry Sasse<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Mike Munz<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Frank Sell<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Doug Townsend<br />

TREASURER<br />

Lance Miller<br />

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Paul Hebert<br />

Glenn McDowell<br />

Ralph Pawley<br />

Dan Schlotter<br />

Doug Townsend<br />

Jerry Hedges<br />

Bob Miller<br />

Jim Reese<br />

Jack Scholl<br />

Dick Vandervort<br />

Bernie Higgins<br />

Lance MUler<br />

Bob Ridout<br />

Frank Sell<br />

Steve Warshauer<br />

Doug Hone<br />

Tom Moore<br />

Mike Robe rteon<br />

Jamie Shande.ra<br />

Darell West<br />

Joe Kosmack<br />

Doug Ogilvie<br />

Phil Robbins<br />

Gerry Shoaf<br />

Daryl Williams<br />

Vic Landa<br />

Dale Paisley<br />

Randy Robinson<br />

Jim Stacy<br />

Chuck Wunderlick<br />

"Yo ho ho and a bottle of pop!"<br />

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DELT.A. SIG::M:.A. P:B:<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Cliff Weed an<br />

Jeff Bada<br />

JauEmery<br />

Rich Badami<br />

Danny Eversole<br />

Roland Bible<br />

Paul Hamer-sly Bob Boal<br />

;Marty Harrison<br />

Pete Bollman<br />

Doug Houser<br />

Ralph carrter<br />

Mike Jones<br />

Jack Close<br />

Ron Korporaal<br />

Alex Doig<br />

Bob Kraus.<br />

John t;ltsson<br />

Bill Landreth<br />

PROMINENT<br />

ALEX DOIG<br />

Oceotl<br />

JIM IVIE<br />

Rugby<br />

DOUG HOUSER<br />

Varsity crew<br />

RON KORPORAAL<br />

Oceotl<br />

DANNY VAN HORN<br />

Drama<br />

CLIFF<br />

WEEDMAN<br />

Oceotl<br />

MEMBERS<br />

EVENTS<br />

AND HONORS<br />

Sailors' Ball<br />

Carnation<br />

Ball<br />

Pledge Chariot Races:<br />

first place, pageantry<br />

Homecoming House Decorations: best portrayal<br />

of theme<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Cliff Weedman<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Bob Martin<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Vance Mills<br />

TREASURER<br />

Bill Truex<br />

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Allen Lee<br />

Steve McDaniel<br />

Richard Rockwood<br />

Phil Tate<br />

Jim Walters<br />

Ryndle Lee<br />

Bob Nelson<br />

Bob Sargeant<br />

G1enn Thacher<br />

Cliff Wheeler<br />

"Which<br />

ones are spades?"<br />

Bob Martin<br />

Ken Leonard<br />

Rick Perry<br />

Gary Noel<br />

Forrest Stewart<br />

Bob Stahl<br />

Bill Truex<br />

Dennis Thorogood<br />

John Yeager<br />

John Zemcik<br />

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SIG:M:.A<br />

BUCK WEAVER<br />

President<br />

John Adamske<br />

Brian Dan!<br />

Wayne Hay<br />

Doug Aebtscher<br />

Bob DeVore<br />

Rick Heckler<br />

Doug AUJIL<br />

Ray Dittamore<br />

Rick Hedrtck<br />

Gene Anderson<br />

Jack Erb<br />

Riohard Hess<br />

Wilen Anderson<br />

Ed Fer-reraa<br />

Bob Hoss<br />

Beb Brltnhall<br />

Doll FrinelJ<br />

Wyoll Housel<br />

Frank Brown<br />

Ken Fus$ell<br />

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L.A::M::BD.A. C:E:I .A.LPE:A.<br />

JIM GLOVER<br />

President<br />

Jtcge c Auo rd<br />

Jim Carruthers<br />

Steve Bailey<br />

John Cary<br />

Dennis Baker<br />

Bill Clasen<br />

Vic Baker<br />

Les Crawford<br />

Jack Berry<br />

Terry Crocker<br />

Charles Brunelle<br />

Bob Enochs<br />

Bob Bubel<br />

Brian Ertckson<br />

cna r Ies Buck<br />

Greg Ervtce<br />

Fred Cairns<br />

JOIl Ewing<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

DICK BLACKWELL<br />

Oceotl<br />

RON BRONK<br />

Oeeotl; Varsity tennis<br />

CHARLES BUCK<br />

Radio and TV Guild<br />

JIM CARRUTHERS<br />

IFC president; Oeeotl<br />

JON EWING<br />

Varsity swimming<br />

JIM<br />

GLOVER<br />

Oeeotl<br />

Jim Hodges<br />

Bub Horn Alan Jacobson Ken Kessler<br />

BILL KRONBERGER<br />

Oeeotl<br />

Fred Hernandez<br />

Steve Maloy<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Housemother Kidnap<br />

"Little 500" Bike Race<br />

Pledge Chariot Races: first place<br />

Cross and Crescent Spring Formal<br />

Bill Hansen<br />

Ken Lyon<br />

Jim Osborne<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Jim Glover<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Charles Buck<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Ron Reaume<br />

TREASURER<br />

Bob Bubel<br />

23,(<br />

Lew Fay<br />

Jan Kleven<br />

Hagel' Mathison<br />

Jim Parsley<br />

Jlon Reaume<br />

Joe Filson<br />

Bill Kronberger<br />

Ed McCambridge<br />

Dave Paul<br />

John Ripka<br />

Cliff Finney<br />

Brian Lapwor th<br />

Don McDougal<br />

Ken Peterson<br />

Dick Robinson<br />

Ron Frindt<br />

Adrian Lenaln<br />

Babin Mroz<br />

Tom Power<br />

J1m Sterrett<br />

Gary Gollehon<br />

Jim Lewis<br />

Gary Neal<br />

John Quan<br />

Frank Swiderski<br />

Ed Gruber<br />

John Lukehart<br />

Brad Nelson<br />

Bob Rankin<br />

Don Thomas<br />

"Are you SURE Charlton Heston started out this way?"


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PI<br />

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.A.L P:H:.A.<br />

MIKE LEMBECK<br />

President<br />

John Arche.r<br />

Mike Buchanan<br />

Jim Atkins<br />

Larry Burnett<br />

Terry llaUow<br />

Mark CorneU<br />

Gary Bennett<br />

Jim Dale<br />

Jeff Benter<br />

Dennis Dieb<br />

Joe Boschetto<br />

sandy Eves<br />

Jerry Bouchard<br />

Keith Garland<br />

Roger Boman<br />

Steve Gibson<br />

Allen Boyce<br />

George Gourdln<br />

Ed Broderick<br />

Bob Ilarvey<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

MIKE LEMBECK<br />

Upper division representative; Who's Who<br />

RON LONG<br />

IFC treasurer<br />

DENNY MOORE<br />

Commissioner of Finance<br />

MIKE SPURGEON<br />

AS president; Who's Who<br />

JIM STREET<br />

Upper division representative; Who's Who<br />

LARRY TAYLOR<br />

Lower division representative<br />

LEROY VADNEY<br />

Oceot/; Who's Who<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Turkey Trot<br />

Dreamgirl Formal<br />

IFC Scholarship: first place, active<br />

Homecoming House Decorations: sweepstakes<br />

award<br />

r<br />

'I<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Mike Lembeck<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Jim Street<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Ron Myhro<br />

TREASURER<br />

Bob Harvey<br />

236<br />

Jim Hicks<br />

Jim Lyman<br />

Ron Myhro<br />

Pete .Rohfleisch<br />

Larry Taylor<br />

Dale Hl lmen<br />

Dan Martin<br />

Matt Nelson<br />

George Romero<br />

Mike Terrien<br />

Jeff Holt<br />

John Matthews<br />

Tom Newbro<br />

Jim Saxton<br />

Terry 'I'eudt<br />

Steve Hughes<br />

Bob McCorquodale<br />

Lanny Pasa.a<br />

Gordy Schmekel<br />

Mike Thorsnes<br />

Pete Johnson<br />

Tom MoFadden<br />

Jim Pasto<br />

Jim Stauber<br />

Gary Todd<br />

Lance Lembeck<br />

Phil Meeker<br />

George Radtci<br />

Jim Simmons<br />

Tom Ursich<br />

Tom Lester<br />

Doug Meyers<br />

Dave Rico<br />

Mike Spurgeon<br />

Bob Wagar<br />

Jack Lewin<br />

Denny Moore<br />

Ron Roach<br />

Jim Street<br />

Bill Wingo<br />

"Old Sal was a schoolteacher way out West.


SIG:M:.A<br />

A.LP:H:A.<br />

RON ROBERTS<br />

President<br />

BUddy Alexander<br />

Bob Cleatrrr<br />

Wally Freeman<br />

Dan Ander$on<br />

Don Clothier<br />

Skip Fritz<br />

TitnArn.ett<br />

Ken Co~<br />

MIke Hager<br />

Frank Arlington<br />

Dennis Creason<br />

Lee Harris<br />

Ed Baslro<br />

Lane Criswell<br />

Sam Hartloff<br />

Joe Berg<br />

JifilCurran<br />

Ron Helsel<br />

Gary Bishop<br />

Steve Dale<br />

Va,nce)lopk'ins<br />

Boh Black<br />

Ed Daniels<br />

John Huff<br />

George Braun<br />

Mike Davis<br />

Ken Hulbert<br />

Ken Brooks<br />

Gary Duncan<br />

Jerry January<br />

Pete Culrm-r-<br />

G:l ry nunsmcr.<br />

.Hm Keeton<br />

Chartu (-:aU,ll<br />

St \'4 ~."llr~dou<br />

J hn l\~ n.."1 t\ n<br />

Mil>.. Chrt ueo<br />

"i'lm Fad.<br />

Ito,,", r King<br />

IlIIl u.y<br />

Ijqb fl \cl;, r<br />

HQb K()~rln.<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

DENNY MacDONALD<br />

AMS treasurer<br />

FRED MILEY<br />

Senior class vice president<br />

JERRY MONELL<br />

AMS president; Who's Who<br />

IH k M'llJliU<br />

BUD NELSON<br />

Varsity track<br />

DENNY O'NEEL<br />

Lower division representative<br />

ELON PLACE<br />

Senior class representative; Who's Who<br />

JOHN RAMSEY<br />

fFC rush chairman<br />

Al Masterson<br />

Ken Olson<br />

Chuck McKeown<br />

Joel Parks<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Christmas<br />

Formal<br />

IFC SCholarship Award<br />

Purple and Gold Spring Formal<br />

IFC Football Black League: first place<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Ron Roberts<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Chuck McKeown<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Mike Tucker<br />

TREASURER<br />

Bob Black<br />

Chuck Lindsay<br />

Jay Meilusi<br />

Dick Pierce<br />

Doug Severance<br />

Jack Whaley<br />

Lutie Lyman<br />

Jerry Monell<br />

Elan Place<br />

Rick Smith<br />

John Wishon<br />

Denny MacDonald<br />

John Mocgner<br />

Marty Raborn<br />

Ron Taylor<br />

Jack Woy<br />

Chris Manning<br />

Roger Mumby<br />

Fred Rader<br />

Rich 'I'roncone<br />

Mike Way<br />

Tom Marckwardt<br />

Graig Nettles<br />

John Ramsey<br />

Mike Tucker<br />

Saul Wright<br />

Gary Martin<br />

Mike Nordmarken<br />

Paul Rosenberger<br />

Lon WaWer<br />

Richard Zane<br />

Andy Mason<br />

John O'Bryant<br />

Tim Shoemaker<br />

Harvey Walseth<br />

Dave Zeszut<br />

"Don't turn the page! I want to read Peanuts."<br />

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C:B:I<br />

PETE NEWMAN<br />

President<br />

George Abdelnour- Tom Ault Frank Baker Jim Beavers Vic Belprez Mike Blad"w Thl,jphBrandemarte Gary Branstetter Dick Bray Bob Bream Wayne Britt 0011 Barnette Duane 3IJilh Hoger C4trk<br />

Tony Clark BIH Claude, Ben Clay Chuck Coburn Mike Collins Bob CoW"" Chri s Crawford Pat Curren Mike Custer Mike Daltch John Davies Menell Davia Dave DeVore Rteh Dlabel!<br />

Dick Donaldson Olea Englund Bob Estavtuo Trny Fancher John Farris Don Fn:rBter R(>n Fall: Vance Gage Joe Gibbs Larry Godfrey Jeff Goff Steve Halman am Harp Gary Hart<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

TOM AULT<br />

Freshman class vice president<br />

BEN CLAY<br />

Freshman class representative<br />

MERRELL DAVIS<br />

Senior class president; Oc eotl president<br />

STEVE EVANS<br />

Blue Key president; Who's Who<br />

DOUG MANCHESTER<br />

Junior class president<br />

BOB ODLE<br />

Junior class vice president<br />

Tom Lang<br />

Mike McGhee<br />

Diel, Langston<br />

Norm McMillan<br />

Kent Lawson<br />

Larry Meek<br />

Roy Lessard<br />

Ed Mendez<br />

Tom Lessard<br />

Marlo M ndea<br />

BOB WHITE<br />

Upper division representative; Who's Who<br />

JIM<br />

Sophomore<br />

WHITE<br />

class president<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Sweetheart<br />

Ball<br />

Sigma Chi Derby Day<br />

IFC Sports: first place banner<br />

Greek Week College Bowl: first place<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Pete Newman<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Frank Baker<br />

Ray Keyes<br />

Dick Mather<br />

Scott Reynolds<br />

Pete Knudson<br />

John MeA rthur<br />

Roger Roppe<br />

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SECRETARY<br />

Bob Sitcoscy<br />

TREASURER<br />

George Abdelnour<br />

George Hauer<br />

Paul Locklin<br />

Jack Milks<br />

Dave Seldon<br />

.vtn Swint<br />

Dale Hawley<br />

Pete Logan<br />

Mike Morton<br />

Mike Sermersheim<br />

Jim Tyrrell<br />

Dan Helzer<br />

Rick Lowrey<br />

Dick Neel<br />

Dave Sheets<br />

Dave Van Matre<br />

steve Herron<br />

Rich Macy<br />

Ed Nefflen<br />

Mike Shreves<br />

Cap Wall ington<br />

Don Hilts<br />

Anthony Maio, Jr.<br />

Bob Odie<br />

Bob Sitcoscy<br />

Bob Whlte<br />

George ntff<br />

Doug Manchester<br />

Dave Peterson<br />

Mike Stafford<br />

Jim White<br />

Steve Jansen<br />

Bill Marseilles<br />

Dave Reed<br />

Bob Swanson<br />

Mike Wimbush<br />

Brother Barry and friends.<br />

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SIG:M:.A<br />

l?:a::I<br />

El?SILO~<br />

VINCE BION a<br />

President<br />

Bob Agnew Barry Ault Dick Bachman Howard Baumann Larry Belden<br />

Bill Corlett carmine Corrente Lee Coulter Branch Cox Ron Dake<br />

Bob Gaines George Gallagher Bob Gardner Chuck Graf Jeremy Gray<br />

Tom Burke Walt Bur-rowe Joe Byrom Jon Byl'UID Mike Carter Sid Cavey Dave Clark<br />

Eben Dale Chuck Davis Chuck Devereux Tom Devereux Jim Ellsworth John Emrloh Win FIlehs<br />

Randy Hedstrom Gene Herron Wes Hills Jerry Hutter Tom. 180m Tom Jimenez Oennl. KI mbll<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

VINCE BIONDO<br />

Upper division representative; Who's Who<br />

JOHN EMRICH<br />

Varsity tennis; Blue Key<br />

BOB GARDNER<br />

Varsity water polo<br />

JOHN LACY<br />

AMS vice president<br />

JIM MILLS<br />

IFPC vice president<br />

JOE SULLIVAN<br />

Daily Aztec advertising manager; Oceotl<br />

DENNIS TIL TON<br />

Varsity water polo<br />

EVENTS AND HONO~S<br />

Pledge Slave Sale<br />

Queen of Hearts Ball··<br />

Charity Football<br />

Game<br />

IFC Scholarship: second place<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Vince Biondo<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

John Lacy<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Dick Bachman<br />

TREASURER<br />

Chuck Devereux<br />

John Lacy<br />

Jim Nedlik<br />

Rick Phelps<br />

Dick Sims<br />

Tom Swiet-s<br />

Jim Lane<br />

Tom Nowell<br />

Jim Planchon<br />

Dave Smith<br />

Dennis Tilton<br />

Duke Lembeck<br />

Doug Newcomb<br />

Gary Rankin<br />

Richard Sorem<br />

Ben Trovaten<br />

John Loss<br />

Tom Odegard<br />

Dick Rice<br />

Ray Stansbury<br />

Bob Trovaten<br />

Lee Louis<br />

Brian Odell<br />

Randy Riggs<br />

Jim Stuart<br />

Wayne Trutna<br />

Tim MacNeil<br />

Denni s 0' Shea<br />

Rick Roston<br />

Joe Sullivan<br />

Reg Vitek<br />

Jim Martin!'<br />

Hunter paden<br />

Jay Shinn<br />

Joe Super<br />

Roger Warren<br />

"Listen, fellas, I'm NOT a wishbone!"<br />

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SIG:M:A.<br />

PI<br />

JEFF STARK<br />

President<br />

Prank All itrg-<br />

Jim Parne<br />

Jim Ashcraft<br />

Jon Fink<br />

Bob Baldwin<br />

John Fox<br />

J olm Blanchard<br />

Bob Hamilton<br />

Mlke Day<br />

Jim Hare<br />

Lowell Dietz<br />

Lacry Hlege r<br />

Larry<br />

Claire<br />

Edens<br />

Higgln.<br />

The Sigma Pi fraternity house is located at 5822 Lindo<br />

Paseo.<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

JIM ASHCRAFT<br />

Lower division representative; Oceotl<br />

CLAIRE HIGGINS<br />

Tarastec Hall president<br />

DAVE JOHNSON<br />

Interdormitory Council president; Oceotl<br />

RICH JOHNSTON<br />

Senior class treasurer; Oceotl<br />

JIM McCLUNG<br />

Varsity crew<br />

DICK SHULTZ<br />

Varsity crew; varsity water polo<br />

JIM<br />

Varsity<br />

WHITE<br />

water polo<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Orchid Ball<br />

Red League Bowling: first place<br />

Red League Baseball: first place<br />

Reactivated national charter granted in 1949<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Jeff Stark<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Lee Witham<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Larry Edens<br />

TREASURER<br />

Marty Wanders<br />

"Where's the white tornado?"<br />

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Jerry Hofmaister<br />

John Lyon<br />

Wally Prelle<br />

Rich Stewart<br />

Marty Wanders<br />

Dave Johnson<br />

Stu Markham<br />

Randy Raycroft<br />

Dennis Szidak<br />

Bob Watkins<br />

Richard Johnston<br />

Dave Martin<br />

Steve Reinert<br />

Dave Thompson<br />

Jim White<br />

Lee Lanfrted<br />

Jim McClung<br />

Dick Schultz<br />

Mike Towles<br />

Stu Wilson<br />

Steve Lewis<br />

Ron Peterson<br />

Jeff Skinner<br />

Rod Verrips<br />

Lee Witham<br />

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T.AU-<br />

::K:.APPA.<br />

EPSIL~<br />

LARRY WICKSTROM<br />

President<br />

Art Arattn<br />

Den Brooks<br />

Mike Curry<br />

George Ball<br />

Dick Brown<br />

Ron Danielsen<br />

Buddy Batiz<br />

Tom Bruderhn<br />

Dennis Devore<br />

Duane Bellinger<br />

Bfl'l Callahan<br />

Fred Dickson<br />

Jim Birkel<br />

Ron Chillo<br />

Roland Dowell<br />

Nick Bohl<br />

Dave Collins<br />

Gabby Escalera<br />

Don Bowers<br />

Aido Comparini<br />

'rtno Escalera<br />

Greg Boyer<br />

Joe Correia<br />

Ray Finkle<br />

Marvin Bl'ady<br />

Don Couchman<br />

Marty Freedman<br />

Gory Brag.<br />

Jack Cratger-<br />

Tom Gaughen<br />

l"klp Brnu n<br />

nQn Cullin.<br />

Jon Olu,8il,.1r<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

JIM BIRKEL<br />

AMS Council<br />

LARRY MANSON<br />

AMS Council<br />

DENNIS NIX<br />

Rugby<br />

DAVE SLEET<br />

Head cheerleader; Oc eotl<br />

KEN SOVAY<br />

Homecoming advisor<br />

Dave Kettela<br />

Bob Kim<br />

DALE TROWER<br />

Homecoming chairman<br />

Steve Kenyon<br />

Ty Reid<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Carnation<br />

Carousel<br />

IFC Golf: first place<br />

Spring Sing: mixed division, first place<br />

Spring Sing: novelty division, first place<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Larry Wickstrom<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Dave Sleet<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Dave Erickson<br />

TREASURER<br />

Dennix Nix<br />

John Grant<br />

Dick Martin<br />

Chris Roberts<br />

Dave Sleet<br />

Randy Veal<br />

Dallas Gray<br />

Jerry Maxwell<br />

Mike Roberts<br />

Tod Snodgrass<br />

Ray Wade<br />

Jim Healey<br />

Larry Manson<br />

Bill Scott<br />

Sam Spadaro<br />

Bob Weissberg<br />

Ed Hoopes<br />

Dennis Nix<br />

Randy Se lton<br />

Mike Supancich<br />

Doug Willingham<br />

Bob Hubon<br />

Don Pepper<br />

Ted Sheldon<br />

Gordon Sutorius<br />

Steve Wolcott<br />

Roger Jones<br />

Jim Pieri<br />

Bill Simpson<br />

Jack Swing<br />

Dave Woodhill<br />

" .. add two eggs, a teaspoon of vanilla . . "<br />

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T:E:ETA.<br />

C:H:I<br />

JERRY INGLE<br />

. President<br />

- ~<br />

Ernie Andrade<br />

Jack Colbert<br />

Jules<br />

Gary<br />

Barad<br />

Davis<br />

Wendell Bemis<br />

Robert Ellis<br />

The patio of the Theta Chi house provides a lovely setting<br />

for parties.<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

DICK BUCK<br />

Junior class representative; Oceotl<br />

PAT DENNIS<br />

Blue Key<br />

MIKE EVANS<br />

Publicity Code Committee chairman<br />

CHIPS FLEMING<br />

Oc eotl<br />

JERRY INGLE<br />

Oceot!<br />

GERE JOHANSING<br />

T'arastec Hall wing president<br />

DON WEAVER<br />

Cheerleader<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

Drcamgirl<br />

Formal<br />

IFC Sports: second place<br />

Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children<br />

Homecoming House Decorations: best<br />

use of ma tr-rials<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Jerry Ingle<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Dick Buck<br />

SECRETARY<br />

1'0711 Reynolds<br />

TREASURER<br />

Joe Gof eney<br />

"Zing!<br />

What a feeling with a Coke!"<br />

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Chips Fleming<br />

Bill Ginn<br />

Dave Hartley<br />

Fred Neavold<br />

Ken Thompson<br />

Cltnt Flynn<br />

Joe Goffeney<br />

Gere Johansing<br />

Tom Reynolds<br />

Don Thorn<br />

Chuck Franck<br />

Tony Grind!<br />

Bruce Luyendyk<br />

Joe Rogers<br />

Bob Van Stell e<br />

Ken Gardner<br />

Bob Haeger<br />

Mike Moser<br />

BUl Stubbs<br />

Art Yarmon<br />

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ZETA. BETA. TA.l:J<br />

DON LEVI<br />

President<br />

Bob Abelson<br />

Ha rvey Chernack<br />

Roland Barach<br />

Bart Doctor<br />

Ron Baranov<br />

Mar-e Donner<br />

Mel:Brav<br />

Ron Frankel<br />

Mike Bennett<br />

Bob Friedman<br />

Dan Bergman<br />

Lou Oadleas<br />

Alex Brucker<br />

Ned Getline<br />

Gary Byrnes<br />

Dave Gould<br />

PROMINENT MEMBERS<br />

MEL BRAV<br />

Rugby; Oceotl<br />

ALEX BRUCKER<br />

Oceotl; Chariot Races chairman<br />

HARVEY CHERNACK<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sud oeste business manager<br />

LOUIS<br />

AMS<br />

GADLESS<br />

Council<br />

STEVE ISAACSON<br />

Oc eotl ; MUN; International Board<br />

DON LEVI<br />

Greek Week co-chairman;<br />

Oc eotl<br />

JERRY VARON<br />

Blue Key; Who's Who<br />

EVENTS AND HONORS<br />

ZBTahiti<br />

Initiation<br />

Party<br />

Dance<br />

Sweetheart Dance<br />

First place awards at ZBT National<br />

National<br />

Convention<br />

ZBT Award for social service projects<br />

CHAPTER OFFICERS<br />

PRESIDENT<br />

Don Levi<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Mel Brav<br />

SECRETARY<br />

Bart Doctor<br />

TREASURER<br />

Louis Gadless<br />

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Chuck Holmes<br />

Harvey Lenett<br />

Ron Mallick<br />

Mike Rossman<br />

Phil Sosna<br />

Steve Isaacson<br />

Ron Leesem<br />

Ron Petcher<br />

Sheldon Sadan<br />

Ken Suvada<br />

Dave Kidder<br />

Jay Lieberman<br />

Bill Pine<br />

Bob Singer<br />

Morris Winicki<br />

John Kramer<br />

Roger Lowttz<br />

Dave Pine<br />

Don Smith<br />

llja Weinrieb<br />

Erwin Krasnow<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Martin<br />

Mark Rosen<br />

Mark Solomon<br />

Sheldon Zemen<br />

. k f I"<br />

"They're carrying those elephant JO es too ar.<br />

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CRESCENTS<br />

Lambda Chi Alpha<br />

Auxiliary<br />

FRONT ROW: Sharon Waxon, Nancy<br />

Strong, Dimaris Howe, Jan Miller.<br />

BACK ROW: Dena Anderson, Stephanie<br />

Evans, Vickie Gray, Bobbi<br />

Floore.<br />

SIGMA PHI EPSILON<br />

SWEETHEARTS<br />

Auxiliary<br />

FRONT ROW: Mary Ellen Hecker,<br />

<strong>San</strong>dy Pearson, Phyllis Elijah, Kathy<br />

Morey, Diane Eaton.<br />

BACK ROW: Sue Mathis, Vicky Johnson,<br />

Barbara Anderson, Jackie Mc-<br />

Aleer, Susie Adams.<br />

LITTLE SISTERS OF THE<br />

MALTESE CROSS<br />

Alpha Tau Omega Auxiliary<br />

FRONT ROW: Barbara Fisher, Nanci<br />

Leland, <strong>San</strong> dee Kochendorfer, Kip<br />

Holmes, Brooke Harper.<br />

BACK ROW: Kathy Barto, Jill Cohen,<br />

Anne Muhlig, Pam Medine, Mary<br />

Dickinson, Barbara Ayers.<br />

SWEETHEARTS OF THE<br />

DIAMOND<br />

Pi Kappa Alpha Auxiliary<br />

FRONT ROW: Virginia <strong>San</strong>derson,<br />

Diana Stagg, Elaine Myhro, Taffy. Polster,<br />

Jan Woods, Nancy Bannister,<br />

[uelle Lamb.<br />

BACK ROW: Barbara Ramet, Melanie<br />

Bouer, Sue Heide, Carole Walker,<br />

Cheri Bennett, Leslie Poehlman, <strong>San</strong>dra<br />

Maxwell, Susan Acord, Janet<br />

Gibson.<br />

LITTLE SISTERS OF MINERVA<br />

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Auxiliary<br />

FRONT ROW: Beth Zan tiny, Kathy<br />

Jones, Judy Johnson, Jackie Cammack,<br />

Mike Brinnen, Taffy Voyen.<br />

BACK ROW: Janet Bettag, Liz Webster<br />

Pam Marckwardt, Margie Boyd,<br />

Suz~nne Van Woy, Sally Hallenbeck.<br />

SWEETHEARTS OF THE NILE<br />

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

FRONT ROW: Jonni Nev!n, ~haron<br />

McNamara Barbara Holewinski, Pam<br />

Wilson, De~von Heilm~n. . .<br />

ROW 2: Carol RossI, Adeline Williams,<br />

Ellen Gear, Mairzy Barbour,<br />

Lorri Petrie, Linda Henderson.<br />

ROW 3: Sue Walters, Kathy Kelly,<br />

Penny Pickup, Brenda Broadway,<br />

Sharon Jones, <strong>San</strong>di Lyons.


SE~IO:RS


Cap and Gown<br />

To be tapped for membership in Cap and Gown, an upper division woman must<br />

have attained an over-all grade point average of at least 2.8 and be considered outstanding<br />

in two different fields. The group's purposes are to promote and<br />

maintain a high standard of scholarship, and to develop a finer type of college<br />

woman. Cap and Gown's major projects are a leadership school for outstanding<br />

freshmen and sophomore women, a banquet for its alumnae members, and<br />

the promotion of various cultural activities such as the ballet. Dean Margery Warmer<br />

is faculty advisor to the group.<br />

t<br />

Blue Key<br />

STEVE EVAN<br />

President<br />

~-<br />

Membership in Blue Key national honor fraternity<br />

is based on the display of outstanding leadership<br />

in all fields of campus activity. Men tapp d<br />

for membership must have a grade point average<br />

above the all men's average and be considered<br />

outstanding in at least two fields. Each emester<br />

Blue Key sponsors a $50 scholarship for outstanding-<br />

underclassmen displaying leadership potential.<br />

Members not pictured are Frank Hoole and<br />

Doug Palenschat.<br />

Peggy Bartz<br />

Kathy Estey<br />

Ginger Battenfield<br />

Janet Ewalt<br />

LaRue Brown<br />

Corinne<br />

Gardner<br />

Janice Crowell<br />

Gail Hickcox<br />

MIKE LEMBECK<br />

Vice President<br />

r- ~__~--- ..........<br />

Vince Biondo<br />

Merrell Davis<br />

.Jerry Harmon<br />

,_---"'""'ffiFFat-Stalnaker~--- ....... -<br />

Dick Buck<br />

Pat Dennis<br />

.Joe Kiefer<br />

:lerry Varon'...----~<br />

Randy Chaffin<br />

.John Emrich<br />

Tom Logans<br />

Bob White<br />

HYMAN<br />

Corresponding<br />

LEE<br />

Secretary<br />

Geneva<br />

Marilyn<br />

Hickman<br />

Butcrtue<br />

Nancy McCaslin<br />

Barbara Thomas<br />

Jan Watson<br />

MIKE SLAVIT<br />

Secretary-Treasurer<br />

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WILLIAM H. ADAIR<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association, vice president:<br />

Tau Sigma.<br />

DONNALEE ADAMS<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta. president; Anahuac.<br />

CHARLES C. AIKEN<br />

Latin-American Studies; Kappa<br />

Alpha.<br />

EARL E. ALEXANDER jR.<br />

Business Management? Sigma<br />

Alpha Epsilon, president;<br />

Crew.<br />

JERALD A. ALFORD<br />

Marketing; Lambda Chi Alpha;<br />

Aztec Ski Club; Arrrertcan<br />

Marketing Association.<br />

LINDA M. ALLEN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

MARTIJA ANN ALLEN<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Anabuac~<br />

DEAN PAUL BALDRIDGE<br />

Radio-Television; Alpha Epsilon<br />

Rho, president; KEBS Announcer.<br />

SANDRA LEE ALLEN<br />

Sociology; Social Welfare;<br />

Sailing Club; Wesley Fellowship.<br />

SANDRA MAY ALLEN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

JOHN MICHAEL ALLOWAY<br />

Social Science; Aztec Ski Club.<br />

DOUGLAS ALLYN<br />

Banking and Finance; Kappa<br />

Sigma; IFe, vice presid-ent; Reconstruction<br />

Board; Junfor<br />

Class vice prestdemr Greek Retreat<br />

and Week Claalrmens.<br />

ROGER CARL ALSBORG<br />

Accounting; Anahuac.<br />

DAVlDAMOS .<br />

Music Education; Phi Mu Al~<br />

pha SinIonia; Kappa De1taPi;<br />

Alpha Mu Gamma; Hillel,<br />

president; Interfaith CoUn


MARGARET ANN BARTZ<br />

Anthropology; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

secretary, house manager; Ski<br />

Club; Cap and Gown; Las Menines,<br />

vice president; Dean's<br />

List.<br />

JANICE M. BASLER<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Anahuac.<br />

HOWARD WAYNE<br />

BAUMANN<br />

Chemistry; Sigma Phi Epsilon;<br />

Aesculapians: Rowing.<br />

ANDREW PAUL BAZAR<br />

Sociolngy.<br />

CYNTHIA A. BEAN<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA.<br />

GREGORY D. BEAN<br />

Elementary Education; Tau<br />

Kappa Epsilon; SCTA.<br />

OONNABEARD<br />

Social Welfare; Social Work<br />

and Corrections Club.<br />

GABRlEL EARL<br />

BRADFORD<br />

. Accounting; Accounting Sectely;<br />

Pre-Legal Society.<br />

DENNIS BRADLEY<br />

Banking and Finance; Phi<br />

Beta Sigma; Beta Gamma<br />

Sigma; Dean's List.<br />

MICHAEL ALLEN<br />

BENNETT<br />

Political Science; Zeta Beta<br />

Tau, historian; we; Young<br />

Democrats.<br />

NANCY<br />

BENNETT<br />

RUTH BELL BENSON<br />

Education.<br />

GREGORY BERG<br />

Physical Education; Phi Sigma<br />

Kappa; CAHPER; Golf.<br />

ROBERT BERG<br />

Business Management;<br />

Kappa Alpha.<br />

Pi<br />

BARRY MILTON BERNDES<br />

journalism; Ski Club; Daily<br />

Atlec, reporter; Sociedad De<br />

La Amistad; Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi.<br />

GLADYS F.BERNER<br />

Education; Anahuac; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Verse Choir.<br />

GINGER BRADSHAW<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi, treasurer, president;<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon, secretary.<br />

ARLYCE BRASHER<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

MARVIN W. BEYER jR.<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

PETER A. BILICKI<br />

Social Science; Anahuac;<br />

CAHPER.<br />

VINCENT F. BIONDO jR.<br />

Pre-Law; Sigma Phi Epsilon,<br />

president, treasurer; Blue Key;<br />

Oceotl; Upper Division Representative;<br />

AS Commissioner of<br />

Finance; Who's Who; Dean's<br />

List.<br />

WILLIAM JOHN BIRD<br />

Accounting; Arnold Air Society;<br />

AFROTC Drill Team; Sabre<br />

Society.<br />

GEORGE FRANK BRAUN<br />

General Science; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon; Varsity Crew.<br />

CAROL A. BRAWN<br />

Physical Education; SPEC;<br />

CARPER; Woman's Athletic<br />

Association. president.<br />

CAROL LYNN BLECHA<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

JANET BLISS<br />

Psychology.<br />

KENNETH BLISS<br />

Geology; Tecton <strong>Del</strong>vers.<br />

ELTZABETH ANN BODGE<br />

Elementary Education; SeTA.<br />

DONNA BREEDWVE<br />

Elementary Education; SCT A.<br />

WILLIAM WALTER BREES<br />

Phychology.<br />

ALICE FAYE BOE<br />

Chemistry; American Chemical<br />

Society,<br />

JAN K. BOHREN<br />

Personnel Management.<br />

DENISE CLEORA BOLLES<br />

Education.<br />

JAMES H. BOOKBINDER<br />

Mathematics; Sigma Pi Sigma;<br />

Hillel.<br />

,-<br />

HENRY R. BORCHERS<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

KENNETH C. BOUCHARD<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club, secretary; Epsilon Pi<br />

Tau.<br />

MELANIE W. BOUER<br />

Accounting; Alpha Phi; Anahuac;<br />

Sweethearts of the Diamonds.<br />

DONALD GENE BOWERS<br />

Insurance; Tau Kappa Epsilon,<br />

president, secretary, house<br />

manager; Oceotl; IFC Judiciary<br />

Council.<br />

JAMES MARVIN BOX<br />

Journalism; Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi;<br />

~~i~~~PD:il~iA~:~~ ~h~~~<br />

managing editor. news editor.<br />

CYNTHIA BOYD<br />

Sociology; Student Nurses' Association;<br />

Anahuac; College- Y;<br />

XOLOTL; Social Work and<br />

Corrections Club.<br />

VIRGINIA LEE BOYLE<br />

Nursing.<br />

PHILIP H. BOYNTON<br />

Social Science; Anahuac; Pi<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Kappa; Phi Alpha<br />

Theta.


WAYNE EDWARD BREISE<br />

Business Management; Pi<br />

Kappa Alpha.<br />

CHARLES R. BRINDELL<br />

Political Science.<br />

WAYNE WILLIS BRfIT<br />

Social Science; Sigma Chi.<br />

CHARLIE MACK<br />

BROADAWAY<br />

:~~{Efect~~r:riJ]fjec~~= Large;<br />

ic Engineers;<br />

Basketball.<br />

INEZ MYRA BROWN<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA,<br />

president; ASS Student at<br />

"Student Prince~<br />

director.<br />

LA RUE BROWN<br />

Psychology: Spurs; Alpha<br />

Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta; Psi Chi; Cap<br />

and Gown.<br />

SUSAN ELIZABETH<br />

BROWN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

ARTHlIR j. CESARIO JR.<br />

General; Amold AIr Society;<br />

AFROTC; Lambda.<strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Sigma,<br />

LINDA ANN CHAPMAN<br />

Social Science.<br />

TERRYV. BROWN<br />

Social Science; Phi Alpha<br />

Theta; Phi Eta Sigma; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Pi.<br />

TERRY FAYE BRUMAGIM<br />

Home Economics; AWS [udietary<br />

Board; Home Economics<br />

Club; Sailing Club.<br />

BARBARAJ.BRYANT<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

NANCY ELIZABETH<br />

BRYANT<br />

Political Science.<br />

HARRY PAUL BUDDLE<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

KARL MICHAEL BUESING<br />

Industrial. Engfneeringj In51'itute<br />

of Industrial Engineers;<br />

Students for Freedom; Young<br />

Republicans, Society of Aarcmotive<br />

Engineers.<br />

GERAlD F. BlJGGERT'<br />

Sociology.<br />

WAYNE L. CHAPMAN<br />

Social Science<br />

RUTH M. CHARLES<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

FREDERICK WILLIAM<br />

BURKEJR<br />

Political Science; Marching<br />

Aztecs; MUN; Young Democrats;<br />

Society for the Advancement<br />

of Management.<br />

ELAYNE BURKIN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

jUDlTY ANN BURDS<br />

Elementary Education; Pep<br />

Board Chairman.<br />

DON BURNETTE<br />

Elementary Education; Sigma<br />

Chi.<br />

I<br />

MONA ELISE CHASTAIN<br />

Anahuac; SCTA; National Ed·<br />

ucation Association; <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi<br />

gru~lon; Roger Williams<br />

LOIS EDRJE CHATTERLEY<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

NANCY E. BURTON<br />

Microbiology; Phi Mu Epsilon.<br />

OSCAR F. BURTON<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

PATRICIA BUSH<br />

Social Science; Phi Alpha<br />

Theta.<br />

WILLARD C. BUXTON<br />

Business Management.<br />

STEFANA CIRINO<br />

Elernentar:v- Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Dean's List.<br />

SABRA CLARDY<br />

Elementary Education; Wing<br />

vice president.<br />

DAVID CABUSH<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

ELIZABETH ANN<br />

CALLAHAN<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

MARY E. CAIRNS<br />

Elementary Education; Anahuac;<br />

SCTA, secretary.<br />

JOHN CASWELL<br />

CALLAHAN<br />

Social Science; Social Work<br />

and Corrections Club.<br />

PEDRO R. CALMA<br />

Social Welfare; Social Work<br />

and Corrections Club.<br />

MATHEW CAMARILLO<br />

Social Science; Arnold Air Society;<br />

Track.<br />

DOMINIE ANNE<br />

CAPPADONNA<br />

Home Economics; Alpha Chi<br />

~h~~:\J~~~A ~g~~Jlj~~~:<br />

vice president; AS Leadership<br />

Seminar chairman.<br />

MARY l' CARADINE<br />

Genera.<br />

ALFONSO F. CARDENAS<br />

Electrical Engineering; International<br />

Student Association;<br />

Varsity Tennis.<br />

JOAN CARLSON<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

JAMES W. CARLSEN<br />

Speech Arts; Phi Mu Alpha;<br />

Dorm Judicial Board; Readers<br />

Theatre CI.y.b, secretary; Anahuac;<br />

Debate; "Thls Property<br />

Is Condemned."<br />

ANN LOUISE CARROLL<br />

Psychology; Pi Beta Phi, treasurer,<br />

secretary; Cetza; Spurs,<br />

treasurer; Anahuac; Aesculaplans;<br />

Dean's-List.


CECILE A. CLARK<br />

Psychology.<br />

JAMES I.CLARK<br />

Civil Engineering; American<br />

SOciety of Civil Engineers; Arnold<br />

Air Society; AFROTC:<br />

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

JACK W. CLOSE<br />

General: <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi,<br />

president; pledge trainer; Inter-Fraternity<br />

Council.<br />

FAIN P. COCHRAN JR.<br />

Industrial Arts: CTA; ScrA;<br />

Industrial Arts Club; National<br />

Education Association. .<br />

NORRIS COCHRAN<br />

Anthropology; Kappa Sigma.<br />

WALTER S. COCHRAN JR<br />

Education; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi;<br />

Verse Chotr, treasurer.<br />

BRUCE M. COHEN<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

DENNIS DANIEL<br />

Biology; Alpha Tau Ornega;<br />

IFC, secretary; AMS, secretary.<br />

SANDY COHEN<br />

Marketing; American Market 4<br />

ing Association.<br />

DAVID G. COLEMAN<br />

Elementary Education; J udiciary<br />

Board; Interdcrm Council;<br />

Tarastec Hall, wing president;<br />

SCTA.<br />

LINDA RAE COLEMAN<br />

Secretarial Management; Anahuac;<br />

'Trl-S, vice president.<br />

CLINTON L. COLLIER<br />

AFROTC; Arnold Air Society:<br />

Biological Photographic Ass0-<br />

elation,<br />

DONNA LOUISE COLLIER<br />

Physical Education; Modern<br />

Dance Club; Dance Group of<br />

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

DOROTHY COLLlER<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta: Olmeca Hall,<br />

vice president.<br />

JAMES T. COLLINS<br />

General Elementary: scr A.<br />

JAMES F. DARK<br />

~h Arts; Alpha Epsilon<br />

RICHARD W. DAVIDSON<br />

Emtineering; American Society<br />

pfCivi] Engineers, treasurer.<br />

PATRICIA COLONELL<br />

Social Welfare; Sigma Kappa;<br />

Social Welfare and Corrections<br />

Clubs; Anahuac.<br />

JANET IRENE COLSTON<br />

English; German Club.<br />

ARTHUR T. COMINGS<br />

English; Daily Aztec; Phoenix.<br />

JAMES J. CONNER JJJ<br />

Journalism; Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi.<br />

~~~~~r~~SLambda<br />

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

MERRELL E. DAVIS<br />

Latin-American Studies; Sigma<br />

Chi, president, vice president,<br />

treasurer; Oceotl, president,<br />

treasurer; Senior Class<br />

president; Wrtstling.<br />

JOHN H. CONSER II<br />

Social Science; Sigma Nu; Alpha<br />

Phi Omega; Sabre Society.<br />

ELDRIDGE COOKS<br />

Industrial Arts; Kappa Alpha<br />

Psi; Oceotl: Varsity Football.<br />

ROSALIE CORREA<br />

Home Econom ics.<br />

CAROLYNN COSENZA<br />

Elementary Education; SeTA;<br />

Junior Class Council.<br />

CAROL DAWSON<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

XOLOTL; Anahuac; Sailing<br />

Club: Sigma Kappa; Kappa Pi;<br />

<strong>Del</strong> Sud"",le, art editor;<br />

SCTA;NEA.<br />

BARBARA M EVILLE<br />

DAY<br />

SecretQrial agement.<br />

VALERIE JEAN COSKY<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Spurs; Graduate<br />

with honors and distinction;<br />

Wesley Foundation.<br />

JOHN M. COSTELI.O jR.<br />

Mathematics.<br />

LENORE COWAN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

BERNARD CRAWFORD<br />

General; Sigma Chi; Varsity<br />

Football and Baseball.<br />

CAROL CRICK<br />

Elementary Education; Beta<br />

Sigma Phi; Anahuac; National<br />

Educators Association; SeTA.<br />

TERRY S. CROCKER<br />

Elementary Education; Lambda<br />

Chi Alpha: SCTA; Crew,<br />

manager.<br />

CAROLYN ALDEN CROWE<br />

Sociology; Daily Aztec; <strong>Del</strong> Sudoeste;<br />

Verse Choir.<br />

JANICE LYNN CROWELL<br />

Mathematics; Zapotec Hall,<br />

w,':!g president, hall president,<br />

resident assistant; Interdorm<br />

Council; Spurs; Las Meninas;<br />

Cap and Gown.<br />

MARJE CUNNINGHAM<br />

English; Alpha Phi; Cetza;<br />

Kappa Pi.<br />

MARGARET JO CURTICE<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

FRANK A. CUSUMANO<br />

Engineering; Newman Club.<br />

RICHARD CARL<br />

DAHLINJR.<br />

Recreation.


MARIE DEHOFF<br />

Mathematics; Ski Club.<br />

ALBERT<br />

GORDON<br />

DEMPSEY<br />

Social Science; American Marketing<br />

Association; Circle K;<br />

~~E~~taPi; Alpha Gam-<br />

RICHARD H. DE PAGTER<br />

Engineering; Society of Automotive<br />

Engineers; AIM; Aztec<br />

Engineer.<br />

JOSEPH MICHAEL DEVAN<br />

Electrical Engineer; IEEE.<br />

CHARLES R. DEVEREUX<br />

Accounting; Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

comptroller. social chairman;<br />

Aceounttng Society; Tau<br />

Sigma; Wesley Foundation.<br />

MARGARET<br />

LOUISE<br />

DEWITT<br />

Social welfare, Chi Om1kj<br />

~~~; fWs c:,~~~jen~<br />

chairman.<br />

RONALD PRESTON<br />

DEWISE<br />

Social Science.<br />

KATHRYN ENGELBRECHT<br />

Psychology; Alpha ChI Omega;<br />

Anllhuac; Ski Clnb.<br />

PAULA DICKERSON<br />

General Elementary Educenon;<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon.<br />

EARL S. DICKSON<br />

Elementary Education; Anahuac;SCTA.<br />

M1LAN DIMlCH<br />

Physical Education;<br />

CARPER; Football.<br />

PHILIP D. DODGE<br />

Psychology.<br />

SUZANNE DOEG<br />

Secretarial Management;<br />

Alpha Phi.<br />

WILLIAM R. ENGLANDER<br />

Accounting; Sigma Phi Epsilon;<br />

Accounting Society.<br />

REGJNASTADLER<br />

ENOCHS<br />

Sociology; Aztec. reporter; <strong>Del</strong><br />

Su:doesto. administration edttor;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

PORTIA DUCKETT<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta; Cetza; Newman<br />

Club.<br />

LEROY DENNIS<br />

DUERKSEN<br />

Business Management.<br />

CAROLYN DUNCAN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

GARY K. DUNN<br />

Mathematics; T oltec Hall,<br />

treasurer; Ski Club; Sailing<br />

Club.<br />

JQHNF.ERll<br />

Social Science;Kappa<br />

Sigma.<br />

LYNNE ERICKSON<br />

Elementary Education; Anahuac,<br />

secretary; SCTA; <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Phi Upsilon; esley Foundation.<br />

MARILYN C. DUPREE<br />

Home Economics; Sigma Kappa,<br />

social chairman, treasurer;<br />

Cetza, secretary; Home Economics<br />

Club; Freshman and<br />

Sophomore Class, treasurer;<br />

Flag Twirler.<br />

LOIS EARNER<br />

English; Young Republicans;<br />

Tennis.<br />

CHARLES T. EASLEY<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

GENIE ANGELA EASTMAN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

BRUCE STE ARD ERTLE<br />

Art; Anahuac.<br />

PENELOPE<br />

l!IlgIish.<br />

E ESTES<br />

PATRICIA AILEEN EBERT<br />

Social Science.<br />

DONALDEDIC<br />

General; Inter-Varsity<br />

Christian Fellowship, president.<br />

CAROL ANN EGGERT<br />

Anahuac; <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon;<br />

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

JUDITH ANN EIFERT<br />

Psychology; Luthern Students<br />

Association; Psi Chi.<br />

ERIC PARK ELBEL<br />

General; Arnold Air Society;<br />

Cross Country; Baptist<br />

Student Union.<br />

PATRICIA SUE ELLIOTT<br />

English; Sigma Kappa,<br />

WILLIAM J. ELLIOTT<br />

Geology; Sigma Phi Epsilon;<br />

Tecton <strong>Del</strong>vers, president; Phi<br />

Eta Sigma.<br />

EVELYN F. ELLIS<br />

Education.<br />

JOAN HANCOCK EMBREE<br />

Journalism; Gamma Phi Beta;<br />

~cf..~r~;~sj~O~~~il: society edt-<br />

JOHN G. EMERSON<br />

General.<br />

ROBERT C. EMERY<br />

Social Science.<br />

JOHN JACOB EMRICH<br />

Chemistry; Sigma Phi Epsilon;<br />

Aesculapians: Blue Key;<br />

Phi Eta Sigma, treasurer;<br />

SAACS; Varsity Tennis,<br />

captain.


MARY KATHERINE ESTEY<br />

~v~~~;..'t~, ~~~~e.<br />

Cetae, president; Spurs; Las<br />

Meninas; Cap and Gown; Alpha<br />

Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta; Who's<br />

Wl!o.<br />

DANA BETH EVANS<br />

Elemenfary Education.<br />

MARGARET E. EVANS<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

STEVEN J. EVANS<br />

Zoology: Sigma Chi, president<br />

0ce0tJ; CAHPER; Blue Key,<br />

president; Varsity Baseball<br />

and Basketball; Dean's List.<br />

JANET M. EWALT<br />

English; Omeea Hall, resident<br />

assistant, wing president. vice<br />

president: Cap and Gown; Las<br />

Meninas; Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta;<br />

Phi Alpha 'Thera.<br />

LLOYD FALL<br />

Industrial Arts: Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

LORETTA O. FANT<br />

Elementary 'Education.<br />

CAROLYNN J; GALKOSKI<br />

Physi.al Education; SCTA;<br />

CAHPER, treasurer; SPEC;<br />

Dean's List.<br />

ROSALlN GARCIA<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

PHILIP R FARIAS<br />

Social Science; Kappa<br />

Varsity Football.<br />

Sigma;<br />

CAROL ANNE FARNEY<br />

Nursing.<br />

LEW FAY<br />

Marketing; Lambda Chi Alpha;<br />

Track; MUN, controller,<br />

MORTON MICHAEL<br />

FELDBAUM<br />

Mathematics; Zeta Beta Tau;<br />

Hillel.<br />

NORMA lEAN FERGUSON<br />

UlNTEN FERNALD<br />

Elementary Education: SCT A. 8ivil Engineer; American Society<br />

of Civil Engineers, president.<br />

LAWRENCE B.<br />

FERNANDEZ<br />

Industrial Arts; Sigma Chi;<br />

Vanity Football.<br />

CORINNE SUE GARDNER<br />

Social Science; Olmeea Hall,<br />

sident;<br />

ANNE H. GASSAWAY<br />

French; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta PI.<br />

man.<br />

SALVATORE<br />

FERRANTELU<br />

Music; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi<br />

Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Italian<br />

Club, president; Opera Workshop;<br />

Who's Who; Aztec Ambassadors.<br />

VERONICA FIEW<br />

Zoology; SAACS; Alpha<br />

Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta; Aesculaplans.<br />

SHARON LEE FINNEY<br />

Physical Education;<br />

CAHPER; Little Sisters of<br />

Minerva; Sophomore Class<br />

Council.<br />

BARBARA 10 FISHER<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta; Little Sisters of the<br />

Maltese Cross; Aztec Ski Club.<br />

NORMA GIANNONE<br />

ElementarylEducation; Alpha<br />

Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta, activities and<br />

altroisticch8.irman; SeTA;<br />

Ski Club,<br />

JEFFREY U GIARDE<br />

Pre-Lent; h'lgma Nu; Sigma<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Phi;TJel Sudoeste<br />

"'Janizatiolis editor; UCCF.<br />

DONNA MARIE FLEMING<br />

Elementary Education; Wing<br />

Donn, president, resident<br />

assistant.<br />

BARBARA L. FLOORE<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta, scribe, vice<br />

=~~ep:~~f~~~~b Cres-<br />

Board.<br />

NORMA LEE FLORES<br />

¥3:1~~ntary Education; Kappa<br />

ALBERT FLOYD<br />

Business Management; Society<br />

for the Advancement of Management.<br />

JAMJ'lS C. GWVER<br />

Radio and Television; Lambda<br />

Chi Alpha, president;<br />

Oceod;Afptla Epsilon Rho;<br />

Dean's List; Society for the<br />

Advancement of Management.<br />

CECILIA J/INET<br />

GODBOUT<br />

English; Ka~pa Alpha Theta,<br />

_l1tY: Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Las'<br />

Meni amgirl of Theta<br />

Chi; De este, copy editor;<br />

Dean's List.<br />

ALICIA ELIZABETH<br />

FOWA<br />

Spanish; Alpha Mu Gamma.<br />

RICHARD BRYAN FOLEY<br />

Psychology; Anahuac; Circle<br />

K; Social Work and Corrections<br />

Club; Phi Et'a Sigma.<br />

PATRICIA D. FORD<br />

Elementary Education; Dorm<br />

Wing president, resident<br />

assistant.<br />

RONALD L. FOREMAN<br />

Electrical Engineering.<br />

ROBERT A FORREST<br />

Epsilon Pi Tau; Arnold Air<br />

Society.<br />

PATRICIA MAUREEN<br />

FORSBERG<br />

Physical Education; SPEC,<br />

president, vice president, treasurer;<br />

CAHPER<br />

RICHARD MARTIN<br />

FOWLER<br />

Industrial Arts; SCTA; Roger<br />

Williams Club; Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

ALICE MARIE FOX<br />

English; Chi Omega, president,<br />

vice president; SCTA,<br />

treasurer, vice president; Las<br />

Meninas; Spurs.<br />

SHIRLEY FRANKLIN<br />

Psychology.<br />

H. WILLIAM<br />

FREUDENBERG<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association, treasurer.<br />

10HN C. FREYMUELLER<br />

Industrial Artsj Lambda Chi<br />

~-¥A:Industrial Arts Club;<br />

NORMA SUE GALE<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta.


JUDITH K. GODDARD<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta.<br />

BURDETTE JEFF GOFF jR<br />

Zoology; Sigma Chi; Premedical<br />

SOciety.<br />

LEO DAVID GOGGINS jR.<br />

General Pre-Legal; Phi Eta<br />

Sigma.<br />

KENNETH JAMES<br />

GOLDKAMP<br />

Civil Engineering; American<br />

Society of Civil Engineers;<br />

Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta; Newman Club.<br />

NOMIGOLIK<br />

English.<br />

MICHAEL T. GONTESKY<br />

Art; Kappa Sigma; Rugby;<br />

Crew; Pep Boerd.<br />

LEE GARDNER<br />

Psychology.<br />

GOOD<br />

KENNETH C. HANCOCK<br />

Social SCience.<br />

LEONARD E. HANSFORD<br />

Social Science.<br />

RAYMOND J. GOODWIN<br />

Aceounting~ Anahuac; Beta<br />

Alpha Phi.<br />

BARBARA ANNETTE<br />

GORDON<br />

Elementary Education; 'Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>raPi.<br />

JEFFREY BRENT<br />

Zoology; Rugby.<br />

GRAHAM<br />

MARSHA L. GRATON<br />

Nursing; Aztec Ski Club; Sail.<br />

ing Club; Student Nurses<br />

Assccteucu,<br />

KATIlY GRAY<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

MELICENT ELAINE GRAY<br />

Speech Arts; <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Theta;<br />

Reader's TheatTe:;Speech<br />

TournamentS;· Wf.\'iley· Foundation.<br />

SHARON' MARIE HANSON<br />

Elementary Education; Olme-<br />

('3 Hali.vtoe president.<br />

jEUNESSE HANUS<br />

Speech Am, Oeneral Secondar}';<br />

Chi Omega; Theater<br />

Gojld: Reader's Theatre Club:<br />

Utile Sister of Minerva.<br />

JOHN PATRICK GREEN<br />

Pre-Legal.<br />

JOAN GREGORY<br />

Elementary Education; Wesley<br />

Foundation.<br />

RAYMOND L. GRIEBEL<br />

Business Education; Pi Omega<br />

Pi.<br />

GAYLE LYNN GRIGGS<br />

Nursing; Pi Beta Phi; Angel<br />

Flight; Daughters of Diana;<br />

Homecoming Queen; Sweetheart<br />

of Tau Kappa Epsilon.<br />

CAROLYN HARDEMAN<br />

Elementary Education; SeTA.<br />

ROBERT R. HARMS<br />

English; Pi Kappa Alpha, peesidem,<br />

vice president: Oceotl,<br />

president, chaplain.<br />

LOWELL A. GRiMAUD<br />

Social Science; Anthropology<br />

Society; Geography Club.<br />

DOROTHY H. GRINER<br />

General.<br />

JANET ANN GRISWOLD<br />

Elementary Education; Newman<br />

Club.<br />

MARION C. GRaB<br />

JEPF TODD HARRIS<br />

German; Kappa Sigma.<br />

SUSAN ELIZABETH<br />

HARRIS<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta.<br />

JACK GROSS jR.<br />

Speech Arts; Zeta Beta Tau;<br />

Foreign Student Club; Oratory<br />

Society; Summer Theater.<br />

DALE GRUBE<br />

General.<br />

IRENE M. GUERRERO<br />

Psychology.<br />

FREDRICK JOHN<br />

GUNTHER<br />

Geology; Tarastec Judiciary<br />

Board; Tecton <strong>Del</strong>vers; Newman<br />

Club.<br />

JOHN GURRAD<br />

Economics; Pre-Legal Society.<br />

JAMES DON GUTZMER<br />

Political Science; Alpha Epsilon<br />

Rho, treasurer.<br />

CHEUNG-FaNG<br />

Mathematics.<br />

HA<br />

ALFRED JOHN HADZIMA<br />

General.<br />

WALTER H. HAGEN<br />

Civil Engineer; American Society<br />

of Civil Engineers; Sigma<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta, president.<br />

JOHN S. HALL<br />

Political Science.<br />

MARY MARGUERITE<br />

HALSTED<br />

Elementary Education; SeTA;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

10 ANN HAMILTON<br />

Elementary Education; SeTA.


ELWIN BURTON HART<br />

Political Science; Alpha Sigma<br />

Lambda.<br />

JANET RUTH HARTMAN<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon.<br />

ROBERT OWEN HARVEY<br />

Industrial Management; Pi<br />

Kappa Alpha, treasurer, vice<br />

president; IFe, treasurer.<br />

RONALD E. HASBROOKE<br />

Psychology.<br />

DAVID NORMAN HASS<br />

General.<br />

BOBBIE HATFIELD<br />

Elementary Education;SCTA;<br />

NEA.<br />

SANDRA lEE HOFl.'lNG<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Epsilon, president; Young<br />

Democrats: Dean's List; Hillel.<br />

VICKI LEE HOFFMAN<br />

Elementary Education; Lambda<br />

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

CLARENCE C. HAWK<br />

History; Verse Choir.<br />

PHiliP E.<br />

HAWTHORNE<br />

Economics ..<br />

IE-<br />

OTIS P. HEALD<br />

Marketing; Kappa Sigma;<br />

American Marketing Asrodation.<br />

CARLENE.LUCIA HEARST<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA;<br />

Alpha Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta. treasurer,<br />

chaplain; VCCF, treasurer,<br />

vice president.<br />

PAUL.WItSON HEBERT jR.<br />

Chemistry; Alpha Tau Omega;<br />

A/$culapians; SAACS.<br />

JERRY HEDGES<br />

Marketing; Alpha Tau Omega;<br />

American Marketing Associa·<br />

tfon.<br />

MICHAEL HEENAN<br />

Elementary ..idu¢atiol1;<br />

EUGENE E. HOlMERUD<br />

Physic,; Anahuac; Sigma Pi<br />

Sigma.<br />

SVSANK. HOLT<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Chi Omega.<br />

DIANNE HELBERG<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

LARRY j. HELGESON<br />

Chemistry; Aesculapians; German<br />

Club; SAACS.<br />

BONNIE HERKELRATH<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

KAYE HERMAN<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Chi Omega; Cetza.<br />

KATI:lARlNE B. HOPKINS<br />

Englishi Wesley Foundation;<br />

~h::~c~~ng<br />

Club;<br />

IDA HORTON<br />

Sociology; Alpha Kappa<br />

Alpha.<br />

JAN FRANCIS HERR<br />

English; Young Republicans;<br />

International Students Association.<br />

RICHARD GENE HERRON<br />

Finance; Sigma Phi Epsilon.<br />

STEVEN M. HERRON<br />

English; Sigma Chi.<br />

GAIL HICKCOX<br />

Home Economics; Sigma Kappa.<br />

president, house manager;<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweethearts<br />

Club; Cap and Gown; Las Meninas.<br />

DIMARIS ELtEN HOWE<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Phi; Spurs, president.<br />

ALMETTA E HUDSON<br />

Mathematics.<br />

GENEVA K. HICKMAN<br />

Business Education; Alpha<br />

Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta; Pi Omega Pi;<br />

Beta Gamma Sigma; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; Cap and Gown.<br />

HERSCHEL CHESTER<br />

HICKS<br />

Psychology; Society lor the Advancement<br />

of Management.<br />

MARJORIE HIGGS<br />

Elementary Education; <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Zeta, president; Little Sisters<br />

of the Maltese Cross.<br />

YUKO HIGUCHI<br />

Sociology,<br />

DOUGLAS ARTHUR HILL<br />

Education.<br />

MARILYN VAN DOREN<br />

HILPERT<br />

English.<br />

JOYCE HINES<br />

Chemistry; SAACS.<br />

JUDY HINRICHS<br />

Home Economics; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

treasurer; Home Economics<br />

Club.<br />

ERNEST HIRATA<br />

Industrial Arts; Anahuac;<br />

SCTA; Epsilon Pi Tau; Kappa<br />

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

DUANE WARREN HOBEl<br />

Recreation.<br />

JAMES W. HODGES<br />

Pre-Legal; Lambda Chi Al-<br />

P~::;~l~i~~~;alB:t~a~~m.<br />

rna Sigma.<br />

JAMES HAL HODGSON jR.<br />

English.


JEANNE ANN HUEBNER<br />

Music; Sigma Alpha Iota.<br />

DAVID EUGENE HULETT<br />

Political Science; Sigma Nu.<br />

BARBARA ICKIS<br />

Elementary Education; SCT A;<br />

Maya Hall, resident assistant;<br />

Standards Board chairman.<br />

WANDA IHRJG<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

SHARON INGRAM<br />

Elementary Education; SeTA.<br />

RALPH INZj)NZA<br />

Latin-American Studies.<br />

VIRGINIA MARJE IRVINE<br />

Sociology; Kappa Alpha Theta,<br />

priBjdent;Spurs, secretary;<br />

Special Events Board chairman<br />

KAY ANN KENDALL<br />

Physical Education;<br />

CAHPER: SPEC: Sailin~<br />

Club; Newman Club; Interdorm<br />

Council.<br />

MICHAEL JOHN KENDEL<br />

Engineering: AIAA.<br />

ALLEN JAFFE<br />

Real Estate; Tau Sigma.<br />

PRJSClLLA JAMES<br />

Art Education.<br />

JUDY JAMESON<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

EVALYNN E.IENNINGS<br />

Elementary Education: Anahuae;<br />

UCCF.<br />

DAVID A. JOHNSON<br />

Management; Sigma Pt, vice<br />

presldent; T arasrec Hall, president;<br />

Judiciary-Board; Interdorm<br />

Council; president;<br />

Ocecrl: Circle K,secretary.<br />

JlJDlTB ANN JOHNSON<br />

English; Spurs, .historian; Iota<br />

Nu Kappa. vJce president; Cap.<br />

and Gown, chancellor;; _Las<br />

Meninas, president; Alpha<br />

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

Pi.<br />

KENNETH V. KERNS<br />

ludustrialManagement: Newman<br />

Club; Society for the Ad·<br />

vartcemeerof Management;<br />

Anahuac.<br />

TERRY KERR<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

LAWRENCE C. JOHNSON<br />

General Secondary Teacher.<br />

LEONARD ARTHUR<br />

JOHNSON<br />

Music; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfcnia;<br />

Opera Workshop; Canterbury<br />

Club.<br />

LEWIS CHARLES<br />

JOHNSON<br />

Biology; Wesley Foundation.<br />

MARY ELAiNE JOHNSON<br />

Elementary Education; Olmeca<br />

Hall, council.<br />

LELA H. KERTH<br />

Political Science; UCCF.<br />

CAROL ANN KIDDER<br />

Speech Corr"hion: Chi Orne-<br />

~a; Brocas: AnF;el Flight;<br />

Cetza.<br />

ROBERT W. JOHNSON<br />

Education.<br />

VICKY LYNNE JOHNSON<br />

General; Sigma Phi Epsilon;<br />

Sweetheart Club; Ski Club.<br />

YVONNE JOHNSON<br />

Education; <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Theta;<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi; <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi<br />

Upsilon; Pi Lambda Theta.<br />

RICHARD W. JOHNSTON<br />

Marketing; Sigma Pi, president;<br />

Tarastec Hall, treasurer,<br />

resident assistant; Senior Class<br />

treasurer; Oceotl.<br />

EDWARDL. KILLGORE<br />

Industrial ArtS; Industrial Arts<br />

Club, president.<br />

ROGER MERRITT KING<br />

Marketing; Sigma Alpha Epsi-<br />

~~ia=rican Marketing As-<br />

ROBERT MICHAEL<br />

KITCHIN<br />

Biology; Dean's List;<br />

Wrestling.<br />

ARNOLD 1. KLOVEN IR.<br />

Business Management; Lambda<br />

Chi Alpha; Anahuac; Arnold<br />

Air Society; Society for<br />

the Advancement of Management.<br />

DALE HARRIS JONES<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA.<br />

LINDA JONES<br />

Zoology; Alpha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta,<br />

treasurer; Spurs.<br />

XENOPHON M. IONES<br />

Social Science.<br />

JAMES J. JOYCE<br />

Marketing; Kappa Sigma.<br />

MARGARET KNITTEL<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

lONIKNOX<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Epsilon Phi, secretary; Hillel.<br />

SHARON DIANE JUDY<br />

Business Education; Sigma<br />

Kappa; Anahuac; Homecoming<br />

secretary.<br />

NEIL EDWARD JUSTUS<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA;<br />

Tarastec Wing officer.<br />

LARRY S. KARMAN<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association; Track.<br />

ARTHUR TERRANCE<br />

KEBORT<br />

Geology; Newman Club.<br />

DONALD D. KELLY<br />

Accounting; Anahuac;<br />

Accounting Society.<br />

MICHAEL G. KELLY<br />

Economics.<br />

JACQUELINE M. KELTZ<br />

Education.<br />

TOHN C. KEN ASTON JR.<br />

Broadcasting; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon; Water Polo.<br />

THOMAS KOLBY<br />

Social Welfare; Social Welfare<br />

and Corrections Club,<br />

vice president.<br />

KATHRYN ELLEN KOSVIC<br />

Elementary Education.


VIRGINIA KREPPS<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

HELEN ELIZABETH<br />

KRIENKE<br />

Secretarial Management;<br />

Anahuac.<br />

BILL KRONBERGER<br />

Political Science; Lambda Chi<br />

Alpha, president, social chaird:;:;~~~'Th6~;:bB~~-la-<br />

lions director; Special Events<br />

Board, chairman.<br />

WINIFRED KRONE<br />

Sociology; Alpha Epsilon Phi;<br />

Student Recreation Scclers,<br />

secretary; Aztec Ski Club; Associated<br />

Students Intramural<br />

Board. secretary.<br />

ROBERT F. KUHNERT<br />

Political Science; Pre-Legal<br />

Society, vice president; Anabuec.<br />

SYDNEY LA FONT A<br />

Elementary Educerlcru Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta; Sweethearts of<br />

the Diamond; Songleader,<br />

EDNAV.<br />

General.<br />

LAMB<br />

JOANNLOWER<br />

Elementary Education; Pi Beta<br />

Phi, vice president i SGTA;<br />

Little Sisters of the Maltese<br />

Cross.<br />

MICHAEL SIDNEY LAMBE<br />

Mathematics; Anahuac, vice<br />

president.<br />

IOHN C. LAMOTT IR<br />

Social Science.<br />

lAMES A. LANE<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club; Epsilon Pi Tau. secretary.<br />

MARILOU LANGE<br />

English; Gamma Phi Beta,<br />

preslderit, vice president, effi»<br />

ciency chairman; Student<br />

Speakers' Bureau; Newman<br />

Club; Anj(el Flight;"! Lambda<br />

Theta; DeaITS List.<br />

BRENDA LANZA<br />

Elementary Educetton.<br />

VICTOR<br />

Spanish.<br />

G. LARES<br />

JUDY M. LARlCK<br />

ElementaryEdueatil:m;~A;<br />

College Y.<br />

MARTIN L. LUNT<br />

Education.<br />

MIDGE LURIE<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

LENI LAWATCH<br />

Speech Correction; Olmeca<br />

Hall, resident assistant;<br />

Brocas.<br />

SYLVIA LOUISE LAWLER<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta, treasurer. Anahuac.<br />

TERESA S. LAWSON<br />

Social Welfare; College Park<br />

Presbyterian College Group.<br />

DWIGHT RYNDLE LEE<br />

Economics; <strong>Del</strong>ta Sigma Phi.<br />

LUTHER LYMAN<br />

Social Science; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon; <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong><br />

Cheerleader; Pep Board.<br />

HYMAN I. LEE IR.<br />

Political Science; Phi Eta Sigma;<br />

Blue Key; Pi Sigma Alpha.<br />

INGERBORG I. LEHMAN<br />

Social Science.<br />

DAVID S. LEINBACH<br />

English; MUN; Readers' Theater<br />

Club.<br />

MICHAEL E. LEMBECK<br />

Physical Science; Pi Kappa Alpha,<br />

president, vice president;<br />

Blue Kev, vice president;<br />

Who's Who; Upper Division<br />

representative; IFC Judiciary;<br />

Lectures and Concerts Board.<br />

WILLIAM KENNETh! LYON<br />

Social Science; Lambda Chi<br />

Alpha, secretary, executive<br />

committee; Toltec, wing president;<br />

Young Republicans, president;<br />

Alpha Phi Om&;a;<br />

MUN. director.<br />

FRANK LEE McCARTY<br />

Music; Phi Mu Alpha Stnlonia;<br />

Band and Orchestra;<br />

Reader's Theater.<br />

NANCY McCASLIN<br />

f~~h:r~~St~e~cla~~iationi<br />

College Y; Cap and Gown;<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

H. MARILYN LEVY<br />

Sociology; Alpha Epsilon Phi,<br />

recording secretary; Little Sisters<br />

of the Maltese Cross;<br />

Hillel.<br />

VICTOR W. LEW<br />

History; Phi Alpha Theta.<br />

DORIS L. LEWIS<br />

Education.<br />

STEVEN EDW ABO LEWIS<br />

Accounting; Sigma Pi.<br />

RAYMONDW.<br />

MacDONALD<br />

Economics; Young mocrats,<br />

ALBERT C. McDANIEL<br />

Social Science.<br />

SANDRA LV McDOUGALL<br />

History; Phi Alpha Theta; Pi<br />

Sigma Alpha.<br />

LYNNE DARLENE LILLEY<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Anahuac.<br />

RICHARD ERNEST<br />

LINDNER<br />

Pre-Legal; Ski Club; Pre-Legal<br />

Society; Track.<br />

IOHN P. LIPPITT<br />

Civil Engineering; American<br />

Society of Civil Engineers,<br />

vice president.<br />

MARION BEATRICE<br />

LITTLE<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA,<br />

president; Pep Club, president,<br />

vice president; Anahuac; 50-<br />

ciedad Hispanic, treasurer;<br />

Senior Class secretary; AWS<br />

Service chairman.<br />

DONALD B. LONG<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

NATALIE I. LONG<br />

Social Science.<br />

JOHN CHRISTIAN LOSS<br />

Business Management; Sigma<br />

Alpha Epsilon.<br />

FRANKLIN PAUL LOWE<br />

Biology; SCTA; Cross Country;<br />

Track.<br />

DONNA LOUISE<br />

McFARLAND<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Wesley Foundation.<br />

THOMAS HUGH<br />

McGRATH<br />

Pre-Medical; Aesculapians.


ALAN WALLACE MciNNES<br />

Marketing; Kappa Sigma; T{)J~<br />

tee Hall; Amern-an Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

JAMES R. MciNTIRE<br />

Mechanical Engineering;<br />

Dorm Wing president; Society<br />

of Automotive Enaineers.<br />

PAGET ANNE McKEE<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Phi; Inter-Dorm Council; Pep<br />

Club; Anahuac.<br />

WlLLIAM C. McKINSTRY<br />

Marketing; American 'Marketjng<br />

Association.<br />

BARBARA A. McLAUGHLIN<br />

Elementary. Education.<br />

KATHLEEN M. MacLEOD<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA;<br />

Anahuac; Roger Williams<br />

Club.<br />

CRAIG WARREN<br />

Mathematics.<br />

McNEELY<br />

ARLENE L. Mll.LER<br />

Arts-e-Speech: SCTA; NEA;<br />

Lutheran Student Association.<br />

BERTHA L MILLER<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

JOHN EDMOND<br />

McPHERREN<br />

Engineering; Aztec Sailing<br />

Club; Aztec Ski Club; Society<br />

of Automotive Engineers;<br />

Crew.<br />

DIANE McQUEEN<br />

Speech Correction; Alpha Phi,<br />

vice president, pledge trainer;<br />

\Ving officer; Brocas; Student<br />

Recreation Society, secretary.<br />

treasurer; Pep Club.<br />

PALMER BROOKS<br />

MADISON<br />

Management; Tau Kappa<br />

Epsilon. historian.<br />

JACK L. MAHAN JR.<br />

Psychology; Institute of the<br />

Aerospace Sciences; Psi Chi.<br />

president; Dean's Lisi<br />

WILLIAM R. MALE<br />

Speech; 'I'erasrec Student<br />

Council; Inter ..Dormitory<br />

Council.<br />

JOAL DEA MALONEY<br />

Social Science; Alpha Chi<br />

Omeee.<br />

BILLC.MANN<br />

Civil Engineering; Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta;·<br />

American SQ('iety .ol Cjyil<br />

Engineers;<br />

ELOISE MILLER<br />

English; Alpha Phi; Junior<br />

Panbellenle, president; AWS<br />

Service Chairman.<br />

LA MAR A. MILLER JR.<br />

Accounting; Beta Alpha Psi.<br />

SHIRLEY L. MANN<br />

Psychology; Anahuac; Sailing<br />

Club, secretary, treasurer; Ski<br />

Club; Flying Club; Wesley<br />

Foundation.<br />

JOE MARCON<br />

Engineering; American Society<br />

of Civil Engineers.<br />

RICHARD ANTHONY<br />

MARKS<br />

Art, Graphic Communications;<br />

Kappa Pi; Dean's List;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

PAUL MARSH<br />

Accounting; Kappa Sigma,<br />

treasurer, president; Beta Alpha<br />

Psi; Varsity Football.<br />

MARCINE M. MILLJ1,R<br />

General Education.<br />

JACQUELINE A. MARTIN<br />

Biology.<br />

JEROME B. MARTIN<br />

Physics; <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi; Sigma Pi<br />

Sigma.<br />

rOYCE K. MARTIN<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA;<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon; Roger<br />

Williams Club.<br />

LOIS E. MARTIN<br />

Political Science; Alpha Chi<br />

Omega; Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta;<br />

Concert Orchestra.<br />

TERRY LEE MILLER<br />

Chemistry; Pi Kappa Alpha;<br />

Phi Eta Sigma.<br />

LINDA D. MILLS<br />

Elementary Education; Dorm<br />

Wing, vice president; Spurs,<br />

historian, president, junior advisor;<br />

Anahuac.<br />

MARION MINOR<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Phi; Song Leader.<br />

BARBARA MONAHAN<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

NANCY PAULINE MARTIN<br />

Elementary Education; Sigma<br />

Kappa.<br />

RICHARD MARTINDALE<br />

Psychology; Society for Advancement<br />

of Management.<br />

DENNIS LUDWIG<br />

MATSON<br />

Physics; Phi Eta Sigma, treasurer;<br />

Sigma Pi Sigma.<br />

JOSEPH M. MAYO<br />

Management.<br />

LINDA LEE MOHR<br />

Sociology; Kappa AlPP3 Theta;<br />

One of 10 Best Dressed<br />

Women.<br />

JERRY L. MONELL<br />

Social Science; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon; Oceotl, treasurer;<br />

Sophomore Class president;<br />

unior Class treas~r; Cheer-<br />

AMS Council; AMS, leader:<br />

presid~nt; AMS Judiciary<br />

Board.<br />

SHARRON G. MELONE<br />

Secretarial Management; Trl-<br />

S. secretary.<br />

TONI MARIE MERCHANT<br />

Social Science; Sigma Kappa;<br />

Anahuac; Dean's List.<br />

JOSEPH MERjAN<br />

Business Management; Society<br />

for the Advancement of Management,<br />

vice president;<br />

Finance Club, treasurer.<br />

GENEVIEVE M. MERSHON<br />

Elementary Education; Reader's<br />

Theater; <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon;<br />

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

M. KATHRYN METCALF<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta; Aztec Ski Club.<br />

HENRY E. MEYER<br />

Ceographft<br />

; Gamma Theta<br />

gr:~~on;oger Williams<br />

RICHARD STEPHEN<br />

MEYER<br />

Broadcasting; Aztec Ski Club;<br />

Alpha Epsilon Rho, secretary,<br />

vice president.<br />

IUAN LUIS MIJARES<br />

Civil Engineering.<br />

CAROLE MONNlNGER<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta.<br />

j~6FJr~~iiy<br />

Biology; Track, Cross Country.


THOMAS H. MOORE<br />

Psychology; Alpha Tau Omega;<br />

Dean's List.<br />

SAM MOREBELLO<br />

Elementary Education: Kappa<br />

Sigma.<br />

HECTOR MORENO<br />

Accounting; Football.<br />

KATHLEEN MOREY<br />

General; Sigma Kappa; Sweetheart<br />

of Sigma Phi Epsilon.<br />

IUANITA MORGAN<br />

Education.<br />

JOf\N CLIFFORD<br />

MORGANTI<br />

Mathematics.<br />

J.RMORGAN<br />

Geology; Tecton <strong>Del</strong>vers; Ski<br />

Club; Phi Eta Sigma.<br />

JOHN ERIC NORDIN II<br />

11eonomics; Alpha Phi Omega;<br />

Pre-Legal Society, president;<br />

ArnQld Air Society.<br />

NIKKI D. NORSTROM<br />

Elementary Education; Chi<br />

Omega, rush chairman:<br />

SCTA; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta PI; Cetaa;<br />

Spurs: Jumor Class secretary.<br />

ANTONIO MORILLO<br />

Spanish; Sociedad Hispanica,<br />

president; Alpha Mu Gamma.<br />

ARTHUR A. MORIN<br />

Accounting Society; Newman<br />

Cluh.<br />

LINDA JEANNE MORRIS<br />

Political Science; Zapotec,<br />

president; Inter-Dorm Council;<br />

Wesley Foundation.<br />

CHARLES A. MOSBURG<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

MARTHA SUSAN MOSER<br />

Nursingc Student Nurses Association;<br />

Aztec Ski Club; C3l1-<br />

rebury Association.<br />

RAMRAN MOSHTAGHf<br />

Mathematics; International<br />

Student Assoctatton.<br />

GARVIN T. NOWELL JR.<br />

Electrical Engineering; Sigma<br />

Phi Epsflcn, secretary; IEEE_<br />

SABIN J. MROZ<br />

Social Science; Lambda Chi<br />

Alpha.<br />

LYDlA E. MUELLER<br />

English; Sembradores de la<br />

Amistad; SeTA.<br />

CLARENCE W. MUIRHEAD<br />

Mathematics, General<br />

Secondary.<br />

ROBERT JAMES MULLIN<br />

Mechanical Engineering; Society<br />

of Automotive Engineers;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

LINDA LEE ODEN<br />

Home Economics; Si~ma Kappa,<br />

house manager; Maya<br />

Hall, treasurer, president;<br />

Home Economics Club, vice<br />

president; Spurs: AWS vice<br />

president; Newman Club.<br />

ESTER MUSURACA<br />

Elementary Education; SeTA;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

D. DINAURI MW ANIKI<br />

Political Science: International<br />

Students Association.<br />

ELAINE M. MYHRO<br />

Elementary Education; Sweethearts<br />

of the Diamond; Spurs,<br />

EDWARDJ.<br />

NANARTOWICH<br />

Business Administration.<br />

DIANNE H. OETTING<br />

Speech Correction; Brocas;<br />

Speech Corrections nb.<br />

RONALD E. OFIESH<br />

Marketing.<br />

TADAHIKO OFUJI<br />

Engineering; International<br />

Students Association, president.<br />

DAVID A. NEAL jR.<br />

English; Young Democrats.<br />

SUSAN NEBEL-THAU<br />

Elementary Education; Gamma<br />

Phi Beta.<br />

JOHN FRANCIS NEESON<br />

Physics; Tarastec Hall, secretary;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

MARY CECILIA NEESON<br />

English; Zapotec Hall, secretary,<br />

treasurer; Newman Club;<br />

Young Republicans.<br />

BARBARA ELIZAB<br />

OGDEN<br />

Elementary Educa<br />

Kappa; Spurs; Ho<br />

Awards chairman.<br />

a<br />

ing<br />

fOHN L. OLDHAM<br />

Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma.<br />

BARBARA OLECHNOWICZ<br />

Marketing; Dorm, treasurer;<br />

Inter-Dorm Council; Wing<br />

secretary; Anahuac: Tau Sigma;<br />

American Marketing As~<br />

sociation, secretary.<br />

MICHJ\.EL LANCE NEIL<br />

Industrial Arts; Sigma Chi;<br />

SCTA;NEA.<br />

STANLEY R. NELSON<br />

Physical Education.<br />

ROBERT C. NETT<br />

Industrial Arts; SeTA; Industrial<br />

Arts Club; Cross Country;<br />

Track and Field.<br />

ROSS DOUGLAS NEWMAN<br />

Accounting; Kappa Sigma;<br />

Society for the Advancement<br />

of Management; Anahuac;<br />

Marketing Society; Football;<br />

Track.<br />

WILLIAM I. NEWMAN<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association. 10 ANN NIEWOEHNER<br />

Art; Chi Omega; Kappa Pi;<br />

RICHARD R. NICHOLS<br />

Spurs; Publicity Code chairman.<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

AFROTC; Tohee Hall, treasurer;<br />

Inter-Dorm Council,<br />

CARL W. NOBLE<br />

treasurer; Student at Large on<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Publications Board.<br />

Club.<br />

KARL OLSON<br />

Health Education.<br />

RONALDR ORR<br />

Iournalisrru Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi;<br />

Daily Aztec.


RICHARD W. ORVIK<br />

Civil Engineer; American S0-<br />

ciety of Civil Engineers; Sigma<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta.<br />

ANN OSLUND<br />

Home Economics; Alpha<br />

Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta; Inter-Dorm<br />

Council; Home Economics<br />

Club: Sisters of the Maltese<br />

Cross: Cetea.<br />

CHERONPAGE<br />

Home Economics; Home Economics<br />

Club.<br />

ANNALEE PAlXAO<br />

Elementary Education; <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Phi Upsilon.<br />

GEORGE RAY PALLAS<br />

Public Administration;<br />

Wesley Foundation; Young<br />

Republicans; PhiSigrna<br />

Alpha.<br />

LILLIAN M. PALMER<br />

Business Education; Anahuac';<br />

'Tau Sigma.<br />

ROBERT BRUNO PALOS<br />

Prcducttou Management.<br />

WILLIAM SAMUEJ.,pINE<br />

Speech ArtS; 7..,,,, Beta Tau;<br />

Circle K; Arnold Air Society;<br />

Reader's Theater; Anahuac;<br />

Hillel.<br />

ROBERT TIl0MAS<br />

PIRAZZINI<br />

Social Science.<br />

VERONICA ANNE PARRY<br />

Biology.<br />

JAMES 1'. PARSLEY JR.<br />

Elementary Education; Lambda<br />

Chi Alpha; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi;<br />

Debate Team.<br />

JULIA LEE PARSONS<br />

MUN; SIti Club.<br />

STANLEY E. PAUL<br />

Finance; Kappa Sigma; Rugby.<br />

llARBARA PECK<br />

Nursing; Student Nurses Assoctenen:<br />

Ski Club.<br />

CLAUDIA PECK<br />

Elementary Education; .Alpha<br />

Chi Omega, house manager;<br />

Crescents. treasurer; Lamlxl.a<br />

Chi Alpha Princess; Verse<br />

Choir<br />

ROBERT WILLIAM<br />

PEIFFER<br />

Chemistry; SAAGS; Anahuac;<br />

Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi; SIgma Nu,<br />

president, treasurer; IFPC.<br />

treesurer.<br />

ELaN A PLACE<br />

kr:,~;::ld~BI~~t~;Epsi-<br />

Oceotl; Upper Division representative;<br />

Senior Representative;<br />

Chairman of PR and<br />

Activi1ies Board, AMS [udiciery<br />

Board.<br />

BONNIE J. PENDERGAST<br />

English; Zapotec Hall resident<br />

assistant; Inter-Dorm Council.<br />

BRUCE E. PENDERGAST<br />

Economics.<br />

ANGELA pENERA<br />

Nursing.<br />

CHARLES p. PENNELL<br />

Public Administration; Social<br />

Work and Corrections Club.<br />

JAMES LLOYD pLANCHON<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon, house<br />

manager, social chairman.<br />

DONALD D. PEPPER<br />

Art; Tau Kappa Epsilon.<br />

SANDRA ELAINE PERMAN<br />

Social Science; Sigma Kappa,<br />

vice president; Anahuac,<br />

secretary.<br />

DONALD L. POWERS<br />

Art; Aztec Christian fellowship.<br />

MILDRED JEANETTE<br />

PRITCHETT<br />

~it~lffr;n~ri~~ XvYS~~<br />

president; Scripps Board,<br />

chairman.<br />

SHIRLEY PERKINSON<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

RONALD CRAIG PETCHER<br />

General; Zeta Beta Tau;<br />

Aesculapians; Anahuac;<br />

Dean's List.<br />

ROBERTA LOUISE<br />

QUALIN<br />

Sociedad Hlspanica; SCTA;<br />

NEA; Alpha Mu Gamma.<br />

LAWRENCE MICHAEL<br />

PETERS<br />

Physics; Lambda Chi Alpha;<br />

Sigma Pi Sigma.<br />

CHRISTOPHER C.<br />

PETERSON<br />

Geography; Geography Club;<br />

Wesley Foundation.<br />

DAVID C PETERSON<br />

Personnel Management; Society<br />

for the Advancement of<br />

Management.<br />

JOHN DAVID PETERSON<br />

Business Management.<br />

DONALD<br />

Physics.<br />

QUIST<br />

CHARLES RACZKOWSKI<br />

Industrial Management; Society<br />

for the Advancement of<br />

Management.<br />

WILMA RAICHED<br />

Chemistry; Alpha Lambda<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta; Anahuac; SAACS;<br />

Dean's List; Aesculapians.<br />

LYNWOOD<br />

General.<br />

S. PETERSON<br />

MICHAEL<br />

Chemistry;<br />

G. PETIT<br />

Sigma Pi Sigma.<br />

WILLIAM PETERSON<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

CHARLES W. PETTERSEN<br />

Accounting; Beta Alpha Psi;<br />

Dean's List.<br />

NEAL PETTIES<br />

Recreation; Kappa Alpha Psi;<br />

Varsity Football; All American.<br />

BARBARA ANN PHILLIPS<br />

Elementary Education; <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Phi Upsilon; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi;<br />

Alpha Lambda <strong>Del</strong>ta; Daughters<br />

of Diana.<br />

ROBERT A. RAMIREZ<br />

Personnel Management; Kappa<br />

Sigma.<br />

GAYNEL RAMSEY<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

EUGE!'1E<br />

Insurance.<br />

j. PHELPS<br />

PAMELA KLAIRE PIANKA<br />

Elementary Education; NEA;<br />

SCTA; Newman Club.


ALICE ANN RATHBUN<br />

Nursing; Olmeca Hall, president;<br />

Student Nurses Association.<br />

LOTHAB REUSS<br />

Getman; German Club; Alpha<br />

Mu Carmne.<br />

KENNETH<br />

History.<br />

L. RICE<br />

GAYLE L. RICHARDSON<br />

Home Economics; Home Economics<br />

Club; Ski Club.<br />

CONNJE M. RIEG<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

GERALD D. RIFE<br />

Journalism; Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi;<br />

Dally Aztec, news edttcr,<br />

managing editor.<br />

JOHN MICHAEL RltllY<br />

Physical Bducanon; Sigma Phi<br />

Epsilon; CAH1'ER; Baptist<br />

Student Union.<br />

'ISABELLA MARGARET<br />

MARY SARIEGO<br />

EducatLOn.<br />

LYNFORDL.<br />

SCARBOROUGH<br />

Engineering; IEEE.<br />

REERlLEY<br />

Life Science; Modern Dance<br />

Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon<br />

Sweethearts.<br />

RONALD WADE ROACH<br />

Journalism; .Pi Kappa Alpha;<br />

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

MICHAEL ROARK<br />

Banking and Finance; Sigma<br />

Nu; Society for the Advancement<br />

of Management; Ski<br />

Club.<br />

CAROL ROBERTS<br />

Elementary Education; Gamma<br />

Phi Beta. vice president;<br />

Sweethearts of the Diamond,<br />

Ski Club.<br />

GEORGE F. ROBERTS<br />

Art; Varsity Basketball.<br />

LOlS ROBERTS<br />

Rome Economics; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>.<br />

ta; Home Eeonomfes Club.<br />

DANIEL E. ROBERTSON<br />

Accounting.<br />

DAVE A. SCHERLINC<br />

Psychology.<br />

CAROLYN ROE<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA.<br />

RENETTE ROMERO<br />

Elementary Education; Zapotee,<br />

wing president; La Sembradores,<br />

secretary; Dean's<br />

List.<br />

MARY ANN ROHWEDDER<br />

Elementary Education. PAUL DAVID<br />

ROSENBERGER<br />

Zoology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

ANNE LOUISE SCHILBE<br />

English: <strong>Del</strong>ta ;Phi Gamma;<br />

Wesley Foundaricn; Alpha<br />

Mu Gamma; ~a_ <strong>Del</strong>ta PI.<br />

MARIO ROSSO<br />

Speech; SCTA, president.<br />

JOSEPHINE ROUSE<br />

Elementary Education; Anahuac;<br />

SCTA; <strong>Del</strong>ta Phi Upsilon;<br />

KaPDR <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi.<br />

PHILIP B. ROWLEY<br />

Social Science; Kappa Sigma;<br />

Cheer Leader.<br />

WELTONJ. ROYjR.<br />

Accounting; Anahuac;<br />

Accounting Society.<br />

KAREN RUm SCHNICK<br />

Elementary Education: Alpha<br />

Xi <strong>Del</strong>ta, treasurer; SCTA;<br />

Anahuac; !PAG. treasurer.<br />

ANN SCHOONOVER<br />

Speech Correction; Brocas: Ski<br />

Club; Sailing Club.<br />

JOUNE ANN SCHROCK<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Anahuac; SCTA.<br />

WILLIAM LOWELL RUPP<br />

Spanish; Sociedad Hispanica.<br />

HARRIETT A. RUSSELL<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

SYLVIA L. SCHWILK<br />

Nursing; Student Nurses Ass0-<br />

ciation; Donn Wing, president.<br />

PENELOPE A. RUTLEDGE<br />

Psychology; Alpha Gamma<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta; Psi Chi; Panhellenic,<br />

secretary, vice president, president;<br />

AWS Council; Finance<br />

Board.<br />

RAY NEWTON RYLAND<br />

Broadcasting.<br />

ROBERTA SqIWARTZ<br />

Elementary Ed\lClltlon; Alpha<br />

Epsilon Phi; Yotmg Democrats;<br />

Hillel.<br />

ALAN K. SEEMAN<br />

Biology.<br />

SHELDON L. RYLAND<br />

Business Management.<br />

ADAMSAUNG<br />

Industrial Management; Society<br />

for the Advancement of<br />

Management.<br />

M. PHILLIP SAFFEL<br />

Physical Education; Kappa<br />

Sigma; Interfaith Council;<br />

CAHPER; Oceotl ,<br />

REX L. SALMON<br />

Journalism; Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi,<br />

president, treasurer; Daily Aztec,<br />

editor, managing editor,<br />

news editor, photo editor.<br />

ELIZABETH SAMS<br />

Political Science; Sigma Kap-<br />

S~~~L~~rMe~f~~~e::r~~~~y ;<br />

AWS, secretary; Sigma Pi<br />

Alpha.<br />

ANITAMARlE<br />

SANDSTROM<br />

Speech Arts; Brocas.<br />

L. R. DON SEIBERT<br />

Biology; Swimming Team.<br />

JEROME D. SANDSTROM<br />

Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma. JOANSElD<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

MARY SANTOS<br />

Nursing; Student Nurses<br />

Association.


SHERRY L. SHARPE<br />

Art Education; Alpha Phi; Ski<br />

Club;SCTA.<br />

suSAN E. SHARPE<br />

Physical Education; SPEC,<br />

president, treasurer;<br />

CARPER; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi;<br />

Dean's List; Graduate with<br />

Honors and Distinction.<br />

fRAN NICOLLE SHEPARD<br />

Elementary Education; SCTA.<br />

VIRGINIA SHEPERSKY<br />

Sociology; Luthenm Student<br />

Association. president.<br />

SANDRA SUE SHlPE<br />

Journalism; Gamma Phi Beta.<br />

vice president; Lambda Chi<br />

Alpha Crescents; Upper<br />

Division representative; Who's<br />

Who; Daily Aztec, editor, society<br />

editor,<br />

GERALD D. SHOAF<br />

Political Science; Alpha Tau<br />

Omega.<br />

WENDELL NELSON<br />

SHOBERG<br />

Music; Phi Mo Alpha;Lutheran<br />

StudentsAS$)C:iation;Band;<br />

Orchesrr ..<br />

JAMES R. SORENSEN<br />

Chemistry; SAACS; 'Tarastec,<br />

Judiciary Board.<br />

TERESA M. SOUSA<br />

Elementary Educetlon; <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Phi Upsilon; Pi Lambda Theta;<br />

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

JAMES E.SIBBET III<br />

Physical Education;<br />

CARPER; Varsity Football;<br />

Rugby.<br />

MORGAN SILVERTHORN<br />

Business: Manageme1lt; Tau<br />

Kappa Epsilon.<br />

RICHARD p. SIMS<br />

Physics; Sigma Phi Epsilon.<br />

vice president; Oceotl; Sigma<br />

Pi Sigma; AMS Council;<br />

Debate Team.<br />

JACK D. SINCL."JR<br />

Accountinl!.<br />

ROBERT SKINNER<br />

Business MarJeeting; Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

GLADYS C. SPARKS<br />

Zoology.<br />

SUZANNE SPATZIER<br />

English.<br />

EDWIN D. SLATTER<br />

Anthropology; Anahuac; Anthropology<br />

Society.<br />

ROBERT GERARD<br />

SLYKER JR.<br />

Geology; Tecton <strong>Del</strong>vers.<br />

LAVANA SUE SMALL<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

CHAALES A SMITH<br />

Business Management; Roger<br />

Williams Club.<br />

BARBARA SPEER<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Phi.<br />

CLYDEW.SMITHJR.<br />

Accounfing; T arastec Hall,<br />

historian, social chairman.<br />

EDWARD LARA Y SMITH<br />

Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma.<br />

FONDA S. SMITH<br />

Elementary Education; Sigma<br />

Phi Epsilon Sweethearts.<br />

DONNA SPENCER<br />

Elementary Education;. <strong>Del</strong>t.B<br />

Zeta; SCTA; Sigma Phi Bpsl-<br />

Ion Sweethearts.<br />

JOHN MICHAEL<br />

SPURGEON<br />

Personnel Management; Pi<br />

Kappa Alpha; Oceotl; Who's<br />

Who; AS, president, vice president;<br />

Sophomore representstive;<br />

Dorm, resident assistant.<br />

JOANN SMITH<br />

Physical Education; CAHpER. JANET M. SQUIRES<br />

Elementary Education; Anahuac;<br />

Olmeca Hall, historian.<br />

JUDITH ANN SMITH<br />

Soci?J~gy; Cetza; Intervarslty<br />

Christian Fellowship.<br />

LAWRENCE THOMAS<br />

SMITH<br />

Physics.<br />

TERRY JEAN SMITH<br />

English; Alpha Phi, president.<br />

LINDA KAREN SMITHSON<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

PATRICK S. $TALNAKER<br />

Journalism; BI'\" Ke)';,Oceotl:<br />

Sigma <strong>Del</strong>ta Chi; Whos Who,<br />

Daily Aztec. editor.<br />

MARY K. STARR<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

FERNE C. STECK<br />

Home Economics; Home Eccnomics<br />

Club.<br />

JOHN NELSON SNAPPER<br />

General.<br />

JIMMY HOWARD SNYDER<br />

Mathematics.<br />

LINDA SNYDER<br />

Music; Sigma Alpha Iota;<br />

MENC; Madrigals.<br />

NEDRA JEAN SNYDER<br />

Speech Arts; Pi Beta Phi; Brocas;<br />

AS secretary; Homecoming<br />

Atrendant; Who's Who;<br />

Jr. Panhellenic Advisor' Greek<br />

Week chai.rman. '<br />

ROBERTA JEAN<br />

SODERBERG<br />

Art; Anahuac.<br />

GARY A SOLBUE<br />

Social Welfare; Pi Kappa Alpha;<br />

Upper Division representative;<br />

Who's Who' Homecoming<br />

chairman; Pep Board.<br />

CHARLES SOOTER<br />

Aerospace Engineering.<br />

WAlD G. SOOTER<br />

General<br />

KATHRYNSTEFANATZ<br />

Art; Kappa Pi.<br />

CAROL STEINMETZ<br />

Secretarial Management; AI·<br />

pha Gamma <strong>Del</strong>ta; Spurs.


BARBARA ANN STENCIL<br />

Elementary Educaucn.<br />

JOSEPH EDWARD<br />

~'TENGE¥ jR.<br />

Mathematics; Arnold Air So.<br />

clety; AFROTe Rifle Teem.<br />

RONALD ROBERT<br />

STENGER<br />

Engineering; Institute of<br />

Electrical and Electronics<br />

Engineers.<br />

ROSEMARY S1'ERl'I<br />

Journalism; Daily· Aztec; Iota<br />

Nu Kappa.<br />

HOWARD STOFER<br />

Ind1l$Uiai Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

CloJj, tU'll$u",r; ~t""AmbaF<br />

sadors.presid~nt.<br />

LEONARD P. STOLL<br />

Industrial Management; Theta<br />

Chi; SocietY for th"Advance-<br />

.mentof Mai')4gement; Ne\Y;'<br />

man Clob.<br />

MIj(E TOWLES<br />

Marketing; Sigma Pi; Varsity<br />

SWimming Team.<br />

ANDREA TROMBLEE<br />

Home Economics; AJpha Phi;<br />

Ceua, vice president; Freshman<br />

Class, secretary; Sophomore,<br />

vice president.<br />

JAMES W. STREET<br />

Pre-Legal; Pi Kappa Alpha,<br />

vice president. secretary;<br />

Oceorl, Who's Who; Freshman<br />

Class president; Lower<br />

Division representative; Upper<br />

Division representative.<br />

BARBARA L. STRUTTON<br />

Nursing; Olmeca Hall, treesurer;<br />

Student·NufsesAsstiCia~<br />

tion.<br />

DOLORES SUAREZ<br />

Elemenrary Education.<br />

MICHAEL ALLEN<br />

SULUVAN<br />

Industrial ArtS; Aztec Ambas.<br />

sadors; SCTA; E~iIon Pi<br />

Tao; IndustrialAtts C1uh.<br />

TED T. SUMMERS<br />

ZQOIogy;Junior Class Ire asurer,<br />

MARILYN EUZABETl:I<br />

SUTORIUS<br />

Art; Alpha Phi; Cap and<br />

Gown; Kappa Pi.<br />

JOSEPH EDWARD<br />

TRURAN<br />

CivitEngineering; ASCE.<br />

DONNA TRURAN<br />

Psychology; Zapotec Hall,<br />

president; Inter-Dorm Couneil;<br />

Lutheran Students Association.<br />

DAVID E. SZUCH<br />

English; Anahuac; Track;<br />

Varsity Swimming; Dean's<br />

List.<br />

LINDA LAMAR 'rALLL"-N<br />

Secretarial Management; Sigma<br />

Kappa, treasurer; Anahuac.<br />

RAYMOND B. TALMAGE<br />

Marketing; American Marketing<br />

Association.<br />

JOYCE L. TAYLOR<br />

Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta Pi, vice president.<br />

GREG UNDERHILL<br />

Accounting; Sigma Nu, treasurer,<br />

It. commander; Accounring<br />

Society.<br />

RICHARD S. TAZELAAR jR.<br />

Sociology; Kappa Sigma, house<br />

manager; Arnold Air Society;<br />

AFROTC RiAe Team; <strong>Del</strong><br />

Sudoeste. photographer.<br />

THOMAS N. TENNEY<br />

Physical Education.<br />

ALVA V. THOMAS<br />

Art; Kappa Pi.<br />

BARBARA ANN THOMAS<br />

Secondary Education; Sigma<br />

Kappa, pledge trainer; Spurs;<br />

Las Meninas; Phi Mu Epsilon;<br />

Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweethearts;<br />

Cap and Gown.<br />

ANDIVACCARO<br />

Elementary Education'; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta, secretary; scrA;An«~<br />

huac; Little Sisters of the Maltese<br />

Cross; Dean's List;<br />

LEROY VADNEY<br />

b~~I;j,g~~~~~r~~rxo1!o¥i;<br />

Upper Division representative;<br />

Who's Who; Dean's List;<br />

Commissioner of Elections;<br />

IFC.<br />

JAN! VAN DEUSEN<br />

Elementary Education; Ski<br />

Club; SCTA; Anahuac.<br />

LANCE EDWARD<br />

THOMAS<br />

Economics.<br />

OLIN E. THOMPSON<br />

English; Alpha Gamma Sigma;<br />

Speech.<br />

LEWIS H. THORNTON<br />

Economics.<br />

HENRY B. THORSEN<br />

Elementary Education; Graduate<br />

with Honors.<br />

JERRY EDWA!w VARON<br />

Sociology; Zeta, Beta Tau,<br />

~~:~~do~~~f~BY=~;~~;<br />

Wbo; Dean's !:,isl; IFC Judi.<br />

ciary; Hillel.<br />

EDWARD E. VAUGHAN<br />

Broadcasting.<br />

RICHARD VAUGHAN<br />

General; Lambda Chi Alpha;<br />

Oceotl: Marketing Association;<br />

Newman Club.<br />

JUDITH ANNE TIPPEY<br />

Home Economics; Home Economics<br />

Club, vice president.<br />

THOMAS T. TIRA jR.<br />

Spanish; Sociedad Hispanlca.<br />

CARON TODD<br />

Sociology; Olmeca, Dorm<br />

Officer.<br />

GARY ALLEN TODD<br />

Physical Education; Pi Kappa<br />

Alpha, treasurer, pledge master;<br />

CAHPER, treasurer; AMS,<br />

secretary; Track.<br />

ROXANNA JANE TOOY<br />

Education.<br />

LINDA ELLEN TOOARS<br />

General; International'Stu_<br />

dents Association; Social Welfare<br />

Club; Socfedad Hispanlca.<br />

MICHAEL A. TOMASULO<br />

Journalism;<br />

editor.<br />

The Phoenix,<br />

JOHN TOMPKINS<br />

Social Science.<br />

EVELYN VIRGINIA<br />

VIGNEAULT<br />

Sociology; Anahuac; Newman<br />

Club.<br />

VINTON C. VINT<br />

Mathematics.


VINTON C. VINT 11<br />

Zoology.<br />

REG VITEK<br />

Pre-Law; Sigma Phi Epsilon;<br />

Ski Club; Pre-Legal Society.<br />

OOROTHY ELLEN WADE<br />

Horne Economics; Horne Ec0.-<br />

nomics Club.<br />

NICHOLAS<br />

General.<br />

R. WAITE<br />

CHARLES RAY WALDIE<br />

Political Science.<br />

NANCY WALL<br />

Art; Alpha Phi, treasurer;<br />

~~~h~~:' treasurer; Ski Club;<br />

Eco-<br />

RONNA WARD<br />

Heme Bconcrmcs.Hcme<br />

nomics Ciub, president.<br />

fMfES CLAYTON<br />

WRIGHT<br />

Education; Graduate with<br />

Distinction.<br />

JANE ANN WRIGHT<br />

Home Eeonomics; Alpha Phi<br />

Omega Sweethean; Angel<br />

Flight; Homecoming Queen<br />

Court; Military Ball Queen;<br />

Home Eeonomics Club.<br />

SUSAN WARNER<br />

Elementary Education; GammaPhi<br />

Beta.<br />

JANET E. WATSON<br />

~U:~~~i.AJ.f1d~<br />

~:;C=~ts;<br />

Cap and Gown; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta<br />

Pi; Phi Alpha Theta; Spurs.<br />

CAROL ANN WEA YER<br />

Elementary Education; Ski<br />

Club; SCTA.<br />

MARVIN fOHN WEBSTER<br />

Elementary Education; NEA;<br />

SCTA.<br />

BARBARAf.WEEKS<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Alpha Phi.<br />

EDWARD WEICHEL<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

WARREN<br />

Physics.<br />

A. YATES<br />

WILLIAM A. YAUSSY<br />

Public Administration; Kappa<br />

Sigma; Pi Sigma Alpha.<br />

VIRGINIA A. WENDT<br />

Sociology; Ski Club.<br />

JEAN MARIE WHALEN<br />

English; Ski Club; Newman<br />

Club; Alpha Mu Gamma;<br />

Dean's List.<br />

JAMES A. WHiTE<br />

Accounting; Sigma Pi;<br />

Accounting Society; Water<br />

Polo.<br />

SYDNEY JAMISON WHITE<br />

Biology; College Y.<br />

THOMAS F. ~ARROLA<br />

Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts<br />

Club.<br />

RONALD A. WHITFORD<br />

Electrical Engineering; IEEE.<br />

BILLY J. WHiTING<br />

Social Science.<br />

STEVEN A. WICKS<br />

Engineering; IEEE.<br />

SANDRA CRAIN WIEBE<br />

Physical Education; Kappa<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ta; CAHPER; SPEC.<br />

SANDRA LEE YOUTSEY<br />

Elementary Education.<br />

JUANITA ZARlLLA<br />

Sociology.<br />

JEAN H. ZAWALNICKI<br />

Elementary Education; New~<br />

man Club: SCTA.<br />

MAXINE WILLE<br />

Sociology; Lutheran Student<br />

Association.<br />

LINDA SUSAN WILLIAMS<br />

Elementary Education;<br />

Olmeca Hall, resident<br />

assistant, vice president.<br />

MIKE WIMBUSH<br />

General; Sigma Chi.<br />

KY ELLEN WINCHESTER<br />

Elementary Education; Kappa<br />

Alpha Theta; SCTA; NEA;<br />

Ski Club; Cantebury Association.<br />

CAROL MARIE ZENI<br />

Home Economics; Kappa <strong>Del</strong>ta;<br />

AWS Judiciary Board;<br />

Anahuac; Home Economics<br />

Board; Newman Club.<br />

NANCY J. ZETTS<br />

Education; Pi Beta Phi;<br />

SCTA.<br />

ASRATWOLDE<br />

Art.<br />

MARLENE ANN WOLNER<br />

Sociology.<br />

LINDA ANN WOOD<br />

Zoology.<br />

MITCHELL ROBERT<br />

WOODBURY<br />

Elementary Education; Sigma<br />

Chi; Toltec Hall, resident assistant,<br />

president.<br />

NANCY WARD<br />

WOODROOF<br />

Education.<br />

WILLIAM THOMAS<br />

WOOTTON<br />

Social Science; Anahuac.<br />

JACK WOY<br />

Mathematics; Sigma Alpha<br />

Epsilon.<br />

GLADYSW.<br />

WOZENCRAFT<br />

Education.<br />

MARION ZMORA<br />

Elementary Education; Alpha<br />

Epsilon Phi; Hillel; Young<br />

Democrats.<br />

CYNTHIA ANNETTE<br />

ZooK<br />

Psychology.


Alumni<br />

Association<br />

EDITO<br />

MESSAGE<br />

OFFICERS<br />

MR. WALLACE FEATHERINGILL<br />

President<br />

MR. TONY NEWBOLD<br />

Vice President<br />

MR. HARVEY GOODFRIEND<br />

Treasurer<br />

MRS. PAMELA GREENWOOD<br />

Secretary<br />

BOARD<br />

MEMBERS<br />

Mr. Ross Bond<br />

Mr. Frederick F. Cicalo<br />

Mr. Daniel W. Hale<br />

Mr. Robert House<br />

Mr. Murdock T. Kidder<br />

Mr. Walter Lang<br />

Dr. Malcolm Love<br />

Mr. Mike Spurgeon<br />

Mrs. Muriel Tolle<br />

The <strong>San</strong> <strong>Diego</strong> <strong>State</strong> College Alumni Association is<br />

involved in many activities related to the campus and<br />

the alumni. They co-sponsor the annual Red-Black game;<br />

participate in Founders' Day by providing buses to tour<br />

the campus, and sponsor the alumni reception. A monthly<br />

alumni newsletter is sent to all members of the Association<br />

containing campus highlights and a calendar<br />

of the current month.<br />

A meeting- of the Alumni Association Board is held<br />

monthly during which time plans are made for presentation<br />

of awards, dinners and other academic and social<br />

events.<br />

PAST<br />

PRESIDENTS<br />

Mrs. Vesta Muehleisen-1931<br />

Dr. Earl Andreen-1932<br />

Mrs. Helen S. Clarke-1933<br />

Dr. Richmond Barbour-1934<br />

Dr. Terrence Geddis-1935<br />

Mr. Jefferson Stickney-1936<br />

Mr. Bob Barbour-1937<br />

Mr. Don Clarkson-1938<br />

Mr. Bert McLees, Jr.-1939<br />

Dr. Sue Earnest-1940<br />

Mr. Barney Carman-1946<br />

Mrs. Jean C. Self-1946<br />

Mr. Bob Breitbard-1947<br />

Mr. Joe Suozzo-1948<br />

Hon. Byron Lindsley-1949<br />

Mr. Gordon Wiggins-1950<br />

Hon. Richard Ault-1951<br />

Mr. William S. Miller-1952<br />

Mr. Fred Whitney-1953<br />

Mr. Dwain Kantor-1954<br />

Mrs. Muriel Tolle-1955<br />

Mr. Grant Nielsen-1956<br />

Mr. Ken Barnes-1957<br />

Dr. Harvey Urban-1958<br />

Mr. Lynn McLean-1959-1960<br />

B. Gen. Bryant Kearney-1961<br />

Hon. Frank H. Nottbusch, Jr.-1962<br />

Mr. Ed Blcssing-1963<br />

The 1964 DEL SUDOESTE is the result of the efforts of<br />

not only the yearbook staff its:lf but also ~o the cooperation<br />

of many others whose assistance was mvaluable.<br />

I would like to express my sincere gratitude<br />

-Cecil Hamil ton (and Helen), the Daily Aztec, Mr. Joe<br />

Renteria, Bob Goddard, Ray Fukamizu, and Richard Barnes<br />

for their photographic contributions.<br />

-Mrs. Marybelle Bigelow and Dr. W. Carlisle Anderson.<br />

-The fall pledge classes of Gamma .Phi Bet~ a~d Zeta<br />

Beta Tau and to Cetza and Spurs service orgamzations for<br />

their help in sales promotion.<br />

-Mrs. Marie Boutelle, the cashiers in the Aztec Shops,<br />

and Mrs. Veva Link for handling the necessary paper<br />

work involved in yearbook production.<br />

-Mike Evans and Linda Suiter for their encouragement<br />

and assistance.<br />

to-<br />

-So K. Smith Company and R. Wallace Pi chel for th<br />

cover and publication of the annual.<br />

-The Publications Board for giving me the opportunity<br />

to serve as editor.<br />

-Mr. Frank Holowach for his unfailing patience and<br />

advice.<br />

-The 1964 DEL SUD OESTE staff itself and the core<br />

of hard workers within it who unfailingly strived for<br />

excellence to make our publication outstanding.<br />

-You the student body, for your support as evidenced<br />

by the 'exceptionally high yearbook sales this year. We hope<br />

you are as proud to own your copy of the 1964 DEL<br />

SUD OESTE as we are to have produced it.<br />

Editor,<br />

1964 DEL SUDOESTE<br />

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INDEX<br />

Abdelnour,George 39,125,175,240<br />

Abelson,Bob 252<br />

Aceves,Manuel 112<br />

Acord,Susan 208,255<br />

Adoir,William 123,262<br />

Adams, Betty 222<br />

Adams,Dona 106,216<br />

Adoms,Donalee 210,262<br />

Adams,John 172<br />

Adams, Dr. John R. 25<br />

Adams,Susie 255<br />

Adomske , John 232<br />

Aebischer, Doug 232<br />

Aftreth,Jordan 179<br />

Ageno,Mary 108<br />

Agnew, Bob 244<br />

Aguirre,Edward 120<br />

Aiken,Charies 262<br />

Albert ,Anthony 128<br />

Alder,Bonnie 41,106,222<br />

Alexander, Buddy 194,238·<br />

Alexander, Earl E. Jr. 262<br />

Alford,Jerald 123,262<br />

Alford,Roger 234<br />

Alger,Don 112,113<br />

Allen, Linda 262<br />

A lien ,Mortha 262<br />

Allen,Robert 131<br />

A lien, <strong>San</strong>dro Lee 262<br />

Allen,<strong>San</strong>dra Moy 262<br />

Alling,Frank 114,246<br />

Allison,Jim 159,160<br />

Alloway,John 262<br />

Allyn,Doug 125,201,232,262<br />

Almond, Frank 146<br />

Almond,Genie 216<br />

A Isborg, Roger 262<br />

Ames,Adena 106<br />

Amos,David 262<br />

Anderle,Charlee 210<br />

Anders, Larry 114<br />

Anderson, Barbara 255<br />

Anderson,Dr. W. Carlisle 120<br />

Anderson,Cindy 208<br />

Anderson,Dan 238,262<br />

Anderson, Dena 254<br />

Anderson, Gene 175,232<br />

Anderson,Gerald 123,262<br />

Anderson,Janice 220<br />

Anderson,Jim 176,178<br />

Ande rson, Joan 262<br />

Anderson,Judy 116,130,220<br />

Anderson,Julie 106<br />

Anderson, Karen 108<br />

Anderson, Kathy 108<br />

Anderson, Kathy 212,226<br />

Anderson,Lyn 112<br />

Anderson,Matthew 124<br />

Anderson,Dr. Melvin A. 16<br />

Anderson,Paul 145<br />

Anderson,Roger 262<br />

Anderson,Wilen 232,262<br />

Ande rt , Thomas 262<br />

Andrade ,Ernie 250,262<br />

Andrew, Pat 210<br />

Angus,Mike 124<br />

Angus,Shannon 206<br />

Anstedt, Sharon 222<br />

Antell,Judy 216<br />

Antonellis,Mario 262<br />

Aono,Go 112<br />

Aratin,Art 43,114,248<br />

Arbon,Betty 108,109,137,216<br />

Archer, John 236<br />

Argall,Dave 112<br />

Armanino,Nicole 65,218<br />

Armijo,<strong>Del</strong>ores 106,107<br />

Arms trang, Peggy 128<br />

Arnett, Tim 238<br />

Arnold,Paul262<br />

Arrington, Frank 238<br />

Artimez,Donald William 262<br />

Ashcraft,Jim 33,36,112,125,246<br />

Asmann, Dan 83<br />

Astrab,Harry 119<br />

Atkins,Jim 235<br />

Atkinson,Ray 112<br />

Atwell, Gayle 202<br />

Atwoad,Gale 110<br />

Ault,Barry 244<br />

Ault,Natalie 218<br />

Ault, Tom 43,172,240<br />

Austin,Chuck 138<br />

Austin,Evelyn 262<br />

Austin,Lisbet 224<br />

Auxier,Joy 108<br />

Avery,Jack 262<br />

Avery, Penn ie 262<br />

Axtell r Kathy 110<br />

Ayers,Ada M. 262<br />

l.yers,Barbara 254<br />

Babson, Karen 262<br />

Bachakes,Pauline 108<br />

Bachman ,Dick 244<br />

Bacon,Judy 75,216,262<br />

Bada ,Jeff 230<br />

Badami, Rich 230<br />

Baer,Brad 179,182<br />

Bailey,Greg 262<br />

Bailey,Steve 234,262<br />

Baker ,Bob 242<br />

Baker,Dennis 234<br />

Baker,Dianne 206<br />

Baker, Francie 212<br />

Baker, Frank 240<br />

Baker ,James Kenneth 262<br />

Baker ,Maxine 262<br />

Baker, Robert Wi II iam 262<br />

Baker, Vic 234<br />

Bakkom, Paul 112<br />

Balch,Rob 228<br />

Baldock,Louis 263<br />

Baldridge,Dean Paul 263<br />

Baldwin,Dr. Bernard 151<br />

Baldwin,Bob 112,131,246<br />

Baldwin,Maureen 128<br />

Baldwin,Sally 106<br />

Balestra,Judi 110<br />

Ba II, George 248<br />

Ball,Jim 116<br />

Ballagh,Marilou 224<br />

Ballow, Terry 236<br />

Bane ,Barbara 263<br />

Banks,Janet Lou 263<br />

Bannister,Nancy 255<br />

Barach,Roland 252<br />

Barad,Jules 250<br />

Baranov, Roberta 204<br />

Baranov,Ron 252,263<br />

Barber,Douglas Paul 263<br />

Barber,William 119,123<br />

Barbour,Mary 121,224,255<br />

Bareham,Stan 112,194<br />

Barker, Donna M. 263<br />

Barnard, Donna 220<br />

Barnard, Wanda 221<br />

Barnhill,William L. 263<br />

Barrett,Barbara Ann 115,263<br />

Barrett ,Mary 224<br />

Barrows,Sharon 206<br />

Bartlett,Betty 208<br />

Bartlett, Pat 208,263<br />

Barto,Kathy 106,254<br />

Bartz,Peggy 221,260,264<br />

Basko,Ed 238<br />

Basler,Janice M. 264<br />

Bass, Bob 253<br />

Bateman ,Janet 218<br />

Bates,Beverly 110<br />

Bathrick, Ray 112<br />

Batiz ,Buddy 248<br />

Battenfield,Ginger 212,260<br />

Baumann ,Howard 244<br />

Baxter, Peggy 106,119<br />

Baylor,Gary 163,184<br />

Bazar ,Andrew Paul 264<br />

Beam,Craig 112<br />

Bean, Gregory D. 264<br />

Beard, Donna 264<br />

Beavers, J im 240<br />

Beckett, Nikki 212<br />

Beckman,Jim 114<br />

Bedillion,Stephanie 68,212<br />

Beechler, Lynn 41,108<br />

Beekley,<strong>Del</strong>195<br />

Be Iden, Larry 244<br />

Bell,Barbara 108,115<br />

Bell,Bill 163<br />

Bell,Marjorie 108<br />

Bell, Tom 169,171<br />

Bellinger,Duane 248<br />

Bellwood,Bonnie 110<br />

Belprez, Vic 240<br />

Bemis,Wendell 250<br />

Benedict,Donna 217<br />

Benjamin,Dr. Robert L. 35,149<br />

Bennett ,Cheri 255<br />

Bennett, Gary 236<br />

Bennett,Mike 253,264<br />

Benson, Ruth Bell 264<br />

Benter, Jeff 236<br />

Bentley,AI 228<br />

Bentley,Phil242<br />

Benton,Cari 172<br />

Berg, Geri 222<br />

Berg, Gregory 264<br />

Berg,Joe 238<br />

Bergman, Dan 253<br />

Berndes, Barry 135,264<br />

Berner, Gladys F. 264<br />

Berry ,Jack 234<br />

Berry, Pat 209<br />

Besoyan ,Shannon 224<br />

Best ,Chuck 228<br />

Bettag,Janet 218,254<br />

Bettinger,Karen 106<br />

Bevington,Mary 202<br />

Bewley, Linda 110<br />

Beyer,Marvin W. Jr. 264<br />

Beyrer ,Meri Iyn 214<br />

Bible,Roland 230<br />

Bierma,Suzy 110<br />

Biggs,Dr. Millard 36<br />

Bi Iger ,John 237<br />

Bilicki, Peter 264<br />

Biondo,Maria 211<br />

Biondo, Vince 32,125,244,261,<br />

263,264<br />

Bippert,Ron 112<br />

Bird, Wi Iliam John 264<br />

Birgelailis,Jane 117<br />

Birkel,Jim 248<br />

Bishop,Ashley 76<br />

Bishop,Gary 239<br />

Bishop,Linda 218<br />

Bistline,Bill 124<br />

Black,Bob 239<br />

Black,Marnie 223<br />

Blackstock,Cathy 110<br />

Blackwood,John 125,237<br />

Bladow,Mike 240<br />

Blanc ,Susie 202<br />

Blanchard,John 114,246<br />

Blankenship,David 112<br />

Blecha,Carol Lynn 264<br />

Bley,Bob 249<br />

Blindbury,Joan 223<br />

Bliss,Janet 264<br />

Bliss, Kenneth 264<br />

BIiss, Larry 228<br />

Block,Russel 193<br />

Boal,Bob 231<br />

Bodge, Elizabeth 264<br />

Boe,Alice Faye 264<br />

Bogart,Rex 139<br />

Bogley, Tom 114<br />

Bohl, Nick 249<br />

Bohman,Barbera 108<br />

Bohren,Jan 264<br />

Bojac, Richard 131<br />

Bolan ,Rick 235<br />

Boland,Marilyn 202<br />

Bolles, Denise Cleora 264<br />

Bollman,Pete 231<br />

Boman, Roger 237<br />

Bonds,Carol 110<br />

Bonsignore,Diana 209<br />

Boochard, Kenneth 284<br />

Bookbinder ,James H. 128,264<br />

Borchers,Henry 264<br />

Boschetto ,Joe 237<br />

Bost, Brian 242<br />

Bost ,John 115<br />

Boswell,Tom 115<br />

Bottroff,Sally Logan 206<br />

Bouchard,Jerry 237<br />

Bouchard,Kenneth 120<br />

Bouer,Melanie 209,255,264<br />

Bouman ,Howard Wayne 264<br />

Bowers,Don 125,249,264<br />

Bowers,Jim 165,166,167,171<br />

Bowers,Kathy 106<br />

Bowne,William 35<br />

Bowness,Susan 110<br />

Box,Jim 125,132,135,264<br />

Bayce,Allen 237<br />

Boyce, Karen 73,225<br />

Bayd,Cynthia 264<br />

Boyd,Margie 37,223,254<br />

Boyer, Greg 249<br />

Boyle, Virginia 264<br />

Boynton,Philip 264<br />

Bozich, Toni 106<br />

Bradford, Gabriel 265<br />

Bradley, Betty 38,126,219<br />

Bradley, Dennis 265<br />

Bradner,Jean 213<br />

Bradshaw,Ginger 119,265<br />

Bradt ,Barbera 110<br />

Brady,Marvin 249<br />

Brady,Sue 221<br />

Brafman ,Simon 253<br />

Brage ,Gary 249<br />

Brandemarte,Ralph 241<br />

Branstetter, Gary 35,201,241<br />

Brasher, Arl yce 265<br />

Bratten,Skip 249<br />

Braun ,George 239,265<br />

Brav,Melvyn Jay 125,252<br />

Brawn,Carol A. 265<br />

Bray, Dick 241<br />

Bray,Linda 119<br />

Brazelton,Mac 127<br />

Bream,Bob 139,241<br />

Breedlove,Donna 121,265<br />

Brees,Bill 112,265<br />

Brega, Dana 243<br />

Breise, Wayne Edward 266<br />

Breniman,Mary 106,107<br />

Bress ler, Jerry 243<br />

Brickman,Allen 112<br />

Brimhall,Bob 232<br />

Brindell ,Charles 266<br />

Bridley, Robert 112<br />

Brinnen,Mike 254<br />

Britt,Wayne 241,266<br />

Broadbent, Harry 177<br />

Broadway,Brenda 225,255<br />

Broadway,Charlie Mack 266<br />

Broderick,Ed 237<br />

Brodshatzer, Dr. Arthur 119<br />

Bronk, Rona Id Scott 235<br />

Brooks, Don 248<br />

Brooks ,James 251<br />

Brooks, Ken 239<br />

Brophy,Diane 217<br />

Brown, A Ian 235<br />

Brown,Dick 248<br />

Brown,Frank 176,177,233<br />

Brown, Inez Myra 150,266<br />

Brown,Jennefer 117,202<br />

Brown, J im 82<br />

Brown,LaRue 260,266<br />

Brown,Mike 233<br />

Brown,Morene 225<br />

Brown, Ramona 211<br />

Brown,Stephen 119<br />

Brown,Susan Elizabeth 266<br />

Brown, Terry V. 265<br />

Browne, Barbara 213<br />

Browne, Nancy 225<br />

Brownell ,Anne 119<br />

Brownell,Donna 106<br />

Browning,Rich 112,113<br />

Bruce ,Mark 128,191<br />

Brucker,Alex 42,125,253<br />

Bruderlin, Tom 248<br />

Brumagim, Terry 110,266<br />

Brunelle ,Charles 235<br />

Brunner ,Marilyn 209<br />

Brush,Barbara 219<br />

Bruynee I, Tom 229<br />

Bryant, Barbara 266<br />

Bryant,Nancy Elizabeth 266<br />

Bubel,Bob 131,235<br />

Buby , Randy 131<br />

Buchanan,Mike 236<br />

Buck,Charies 235<br />

Buck,Dick 33,124,125,251,261<br />

Buckel,Eileen 106<br />

Buckne II, Gwen 206<br />

Buddle,PauI266<br />

Budzinski,Alice 34,116,224<br />

Buehler,Paul 127<br />

Bueh Iman ,Ann 223<br />

Buesing, Karl Michael 266<br />

Buggert, Gerald F. 266<br />

Bullock,Rich 179<br />

Bumgardner, Joan 117<br />

Bunde,Dennis 116<br />

Bunker, Lorene 106<br />

Burch,Dick 149<br />

Burds,Judity 266<br />

Burgad, Patricia 218<br />

Burgert, Elizabeth 219<br />

Burgeson ,Mark 114<br />

Burgess,Dr. William C. 191<br />

Burke, Frederick Wi lIiam Jr. 266<br />

Burke , Tom 245<br />

Burkett, Lee 119<br />

Burkheimer ,Nancy 219<br />

Burkin,Elayne 266<br />

Burnett, Larry 236<br />

Burnette,Don 241,266<br />

Burns,Donna 110<br />

Burrows, Walt 245<br />

Burson,Gary 173<br />

Burton,Nancy 106,266<br />

Burton,Oscar F. 266<br />

Burk, Nancy I 10<br />

Bush,Barbera 106<br />

Bush, Duane 241<br />

Bush, Patric ia 266<br />

Butler, Diane 108<br />

Butler ,John 158,159,161<br />

Buxton, Wi liard C. 266<br />

Byrd,Randall 150<br />

Byrnes, Gary 253<br />

Byrum, Jon 245<br />

Caballero, Joe 139<br />

Cabush,David 266<br />

Cadman ,M idge 106<br />

Cagle,Paul233<br />

Cairns, Fred 235<br />

Cairns,Mary 121,266<br />

Callahan,BiI1248<br />

Callahan,Elizabeth 210,266<br />

Callahan,John Caswell 266<br />

Callender, David 172<br />

Calma, Pedro R. 266<br />

Calmer, Pete 239<br />

Camarillo,Mathew 266<br />

Cameron, Elizabeth 106<br />

Cammack,Jackie 213,254<br />

Campbe II ,Alan 189<br />

Campbell,Greg 175<br />

Campbe II, Lane 183<br />

Campbell, Virginia 207<br />

Campbell,William 131<br />

Camphuis,Don 229<br />

Cannon, David 80,82<br />

Cantrell,Bil1229<br />

Capaiu,Marianne 108,109,115<br />

Capehart, Dav id 124<br />

Capp,Dr. Martin 22<br />

Capp, Patty 110<br />

Cappadonna,Dominie 38,202,263,<br />

266<br />

Capune,Suzanne 110<br />

Caradine ,Mary J. 266<br />

Cardenas,Alfonso F. 266<br />

Carlsen, James W. 83,149,266<br />

Carlson, Joan 266<br />

Carpenter, Katha 207<br />

Carpi ,Ken 112<br />

Carr,Barry 124<br />

Carrier, Ralph 231<br />

Carroll,Ann 223,266<br />

Carroll ,Dave 233<br />

Carroll,Sheila 243<br />

Carruthers,Jim 125,201,234<br />

Carson, Allen 127<br />

Carson, Bill 233<br />

Carson, Kern 158,159,160,162<br />

Carter, Butch 189<br />

Carter,Mike 245<br />

Cortwright, Bob 243<br />

Carvin,Joyce 108<br />

Cary ,John 234<br />

Cosores, Karen 217<br />

Cash ,Margaret 219<br />

Cashore, Richard 247<br />

Cassell ,Carol 223<br />

Cassie,Tom 184,188<br />

Catlin,AII65,166,167,171<br />

Cattano,Mary 128<br />

Cattell ,Charlie 239<br />

Causley,William 112<br />

Cavallin,Diane 203<br />

Cave ,Miss Mary 126<br />

Cavey,Sid 194,245<br />

Cerveny, Bette 221<br />

Cesario, Arthur J. 267<br />

Chabot,Joan 219<br />

Chaffin, Randy 261<br />

Challet, Gil 125,242<br />

Chamberlain,Margie 129,207<br />

Champion, Barbara 213<br />

Chapman, Linda Ann 267<br />

Chapman, Wayne 267<br />

Charles,Dr. Carol 151<br />

Charles,Ruth M. 267<br />

Chase,Dick 134<br />

Chastain,Mona Elise 267<br />

Chatfie Id, Eldon 124<br />

Chatterley, Lois Edrie 267<br />

Cheney, John 190<br />

Chernack,Harvey 137,252<br />

Cherry, John 127<br />

Chesrown,Cathy 126,213<br />

Chillo,Ron 248<br />

Chilton,Julie 225<br />

Christian,Chris 112,233<br />

Christiansen, Gayle Christian 37,<br />

75,136,217,243,297<br />

Christensen, Tom 172<br />

Christino,Mike 239<br />

Christy, Karen 11 0<br />

Christy, Robin 42,223<br />

Chrysler, Earl 119<br />

Chu,Shuhong 114<br />

Church,Bob 249<br />

Churchill,Davene 225<br />

Ciaglio,Judy 207<br />

Cirello, Tom 229<br />

Cirino,Stefana 267<br />

Clancy,Sharon 108<br />

Clardy,GiI 149<br />

Clardy, Sabra 267<br />

Clark,Carol 106,118<br />

Clark,Cecile 268<br />

Clark, Dave 245<br />

Clark, Gary 150<br />

Clark,James 268<br />

Clark,Kathy 110<br />

Clark,Kay 130<br />

Cf~rk,Roger 157,161,184,<br />

185,188,241<br />

Clark,Tom 194<br />

Clark , Tony 240<br />

Clarke, Kathy 106<br />

Clarke,Sue 108<br />

Clasen,Bill 234<br />

Clauder,BilI176, 177, 178,240<br />

Clay,Ben 33,35,43,240<br />

Clay,Bi11239<br />

C layburgh, Susan 108<br />

Clayton,Homer 124<br />

Cleator,Bob 238<br />

Cleator,Linda 222,243<br />

Clemens,Chris 114<br />

Clements,Shirley 200,214<br />

Cleverdon,John 112,233<br />

Close,Jack 231,268<br />

Cloth ier, Don 238<br />

Cobb,Anne 222<br />

Coburn,Chuck 240<br />

Cochran, Fain P. 268<br />

Cochran,Nick 233<br />

Cochran ,Norris 268<br />

Cochran ,<strong>San</strong>dra 108<br />

Cochran,Walter S. Jr. 268<br />

Coffer, Jeanne 106<br />

Cohen, Bruce M. 268<br />

Cohen, Douglas 128<br />

Cohen,Jill 106,254<br />

Cohen , <strong>San</strong>dy 268<br />

Colbert, Jack 250<br />

Coleman ,Bi II 229<br />

Coleman,David G. 268<br />

Coleman, Linda Rae 268<br />

Coleman, Nancy 207<br />

Coleman,Tim 112,113<br />

Collier,Carol203<br />

Collier ,Clinton 268<br />

Collier, Donna 268<br />

Collier, Dorothy 268<br />

Collins, Dove 249<br />

Collins, James 268<br />

Collins,Jan 130,222<br />

Collins,Michael Joseph 136,<br />

158,159,162,240<br />

Coil ins, Tina 222<br />

Colonell, Patricio 224,268<br />

Colston,Jonet Irene 268<br />

Colvin,Sydney 207<br />

Comings,Art 133,268<br />

Comparini ,Aldo 249<br />

Conawoy,Sally 129<br />

Conner,Jomes 135,268<br />

Connolly, Bernard 119<br />

Conrad,Charleen 110<br />

Conrad, Em ie 229<br />

Conrad,Phyllis 110<br />

Conser, John 124,242,268<br />

Cook,Mike 124,229<br />

Cooks,Eldridge 125,157,158,<br />

160,268<br />

Coombes,John 228<br />

Cooper, Bunny 108,204<br />

Cooper, Lynne 106<br />

Coops,Judy 219<br />

Cordell, Joyce 35,213<br />

Corlett, Bill 244<br />

Cornell,Mark 236<br />

Correa, Rosa Iie 268<br />

Corre ia, Joe 249<br />

Corrente ,Carmine 244<br />

Corso, Kathee 217<br />

Coryell,Mr. Don 157,158<br />

Cosenza,Corolynn 268<br />

Cosky, Valerie 268<br />

Costello ,John 268<br />

Couch,Morilyn 106,214<br />

Couchman,Don 249<br />

Coulter,Lee 244<br />

Covington,Bob 112<br />

Cowan, Bob 240<br />

Cowan,Ernie 138<br />

Cowan,Jill 108<br />

Cowan, Lenore 268<br />

Cox, Branch 244<br />

Cox, Ken 238<br />

Cox,Mrs. Marjorie 116<br />

Cox, Yvonne 213<br />

Craiger, Jock 249<br />

Crawford,Bernard 268<br />

Crawford,Chris 241<br />

Crawford, David 114<br />

Crowford,Les 234<br />

Crawford,M. L. 34<br />

Crowford,Shirley 119<br />

Creason, Denn is 238<br />

Creoturo,Art 123<br />

Crick,CoroI268<br />

Crim, Loretto 110,207<br />

Criswell, Lone 238<br />

Crocker, Terry 121,234,268<br />

Crooks,Judy 218<br />

Croome, Robin 110<br />

Cross, Judy 116<br />

Crossley,Shoron 119<br />

Crouch, Dr. James E. 26<br />

Crouch,Jim 194<br />

Crouch, Joe 235<br />

Crowder ,Penny 203<br />

Crowe,Corolyn Alden 268<br />

Crowell ,Dione 110,222<br />

Crowell ,Janice 110,260,268<br />

Crowley,Shonnon 203<br />

Crumpacker ,Steve 190<br />

Cubley, Walt 157<br />

Cullins, Ron 249<br />

Culver, Mike 235<br />

Cummings, Pat 108<br />

Cummings,Sheryi 110<br />

Cummins,Lorimore 176,177<br />

Cunningham ,Betsy 38,218<br />

Cunninghom,Joseph 131<br />

Cunningham ,Marie 268<br />

Cunninghom,Morietto 110<br />

Cunninghom,Shoron 110<br />

Curran, Jim 238<br />

Curren, Pot 176,241<br />

Curry,Mike 248<br />

Curtice,Morgoret Jo 268<br />

Curtis,Carol A. 108<br />

Curtis,Jim 115<br />

Custer ,Mike 241<br />

Cusumano, Frank A. 268<br />

Dohlen,Jenny 110<br />

Dahlin,Richord Carl Jr. 268<br />

Dail, Tina 106<br />

Dailard,Douglos 118<br />

Doke ,Ronald 244<br />

Dale, Daryl 190<br />

Dale,Eben 43,245<br />

Dole ,Jim 39,236,269<br />

Dale ,Steve 239<br />

Dalich,Mike 241<br />

Doni ,Brion 232<br />

Daniel, Dennis 39,22B,269<br />

Daniels, Ed 239<br />

Daniels, Vern 112<br />

Danielsen, Ron 248<br />

Darby,Joon 128<br />

Dark, James F. 269<br />

Dauwolder, Kathy 121,211<br />

Dovey, Tom 235 '<br />

Dovid,Caroline 210<br />

David,Liz 106<br />

Dovidson,Lindo 106,119<br />

Dovidson,Richord 139,269<br />

Davies,John 241<br />

Davila,Carol 106,212<br />

Davis,Art 110<br />

Dovis,Chuck 245<br />

Dovis,Gory 250<br />

Davi", Karen 269<br />

Davis,Marsho 204<br />

Dovis,Merrell 40,124,176,177,<br />

241,261,269<br />

Davis,Mike 239<br />

Davis/I\." '. 112<br />

Dovis,RonI13,191<br />

Davy,Eileen 116,119,215<br />

Dawson,Carol J. 136,269<br />

Day, Barbaro Mandeville 269<br />

Day,Mike 247<br />

Dearing, Dusti n 209<br />

DeArmond,Merrilie 215<br />

DeCunea, Donna 117<br />

Deegan,Lyndo 215<br />

Deets,Lindo 210<br />

DeForest, Pot 36<br />

DeGroote,Bob 114,115<br />

Dehoff,Morie 270<br />

<strong>Del</strong>ahunt, Pam 223<br />

<strong>Del</strong>voux,Art 125,161,162<br />

Dempsey,Albert 270<br />

Dennis,Pot 119,261<br />

DePogter,Richord 270<br />

Depew, Pot 203<br />

Dernier,Ron 36,112,124<br />

DeSure, Betsy 205<br />

Deuchars,Jomes 139<br />

Devon,Joseph Michael 270<br />

Devereux,Chuck 245,270<br />

Devereux, Tom 245<br />

DeVinney, Dione 128<br />

DeVore, Bob 232<br />

DeVore, Dove 241<br />

DeVore,Dennis 1B3,248<br />

DeVore,Jee 112<br />

DeVore,Jim 119,120<br />

Dewise, Ronald Preston 270<br />

Dewitt ,Margaret Louise 270<br />

Diobeti, Rich 241<br />

Dickens,Lindo 73<br />

Dickerson, Paulo 270<br />

Dickinson,Mory 254<br />

Dickson ,EarlS, 270<br />

Dickson, Fred 248<br />

Dieb,Dennis 175,236<br />

Dietz,Lowell 247<br />

Difan i,Kathy 108<br />

Dill,Judy 218<br />

Dimich,Milon 270<br />

Dingle,Judy 110<br />

Dishion,John 228<br />

Dittamore, Ray 232<br />

Doctor, Bart 252<br />

Dodge, Phil ip D. 270<br />

Doeg ,Suzy 209,270<br />

Doig,Alex 125,231,270<br />

Doig,Margaret 218,270<br />

Dolon,Jackie 128<br />

Donaldson, Dick 112,113,240<br />

Donaldson, Terry 202<br />

Donner, Morv 252<br />

Dostal,Evo 110<br />

Dowell,Pot 106<br />

Dowell,Roland 248<br />

Dowhower, Rod 158, 162<br />

Down,Carol215<br />

Droke,Mike 172<br />

Drew,Pom 212<br />

Driver,Dione 40,218<br />

Druskin,Mr. Victor 36,128<br />

Dryer, Nancy 206<br />

Duckett, Portio 270<br />

Dudley,Morgoret 206<br />

Duell,Bob 112<br />

Duell ,Cathy 212<br />

Duerkson, Leroy Denn is 270<br />

Duggon,Chic 37,134<br />

Duke,Jeni 106,107<br />

Dukes,Pom 108<br />

Dukes,Ron 112<br />

Duly, Ron 183<br />

Duncon,Carolyn 270<br />

Duncan, Gary 239<br />

Dunn,Gory K. 115,270<br />

Dunn, Glenn 119<br />

Dunn ,Marlane 203<br />

Dunn, Nancy 203<br />

Dunsmore, Gory 139,239<br />

Dunston,Sue 106<br />

Dunton ,Mary 202<br />

Dupree,Marilyn 142,224,273<br />

Durbin, Tom 228<br />

Durkin,Eloine 202<br />

Dussomon, Joan 108<br />

Dutton,Jeanette 214<br />

Earner, Lois 270<br />

Easley,Charles T. 270<br />

Eas twood, 5 horon 108<br />

Eoton,Diane 221,255<br />

Ebersole ,Steve 237<br />

Ebert ,Patricia 270<br />

Ecklar,Ben 114<br />

Eddy,Steve 229<br />

Edens, Lorry 247<br />

Edic,Donald 270<br />

Edinger,Michael Anthony 136,<br />

138<br />

Edler,Goyle 218<br />

Eggert ,Carol 270<br />

Eggleston,Jim 82<br />

Eidemiller,D.1. 34<br />

Eifert,Judith 270<br />

Ekrem,Jonice 224<br />

Elbel,Eric 270<br />

Eldridg ,Bob 112<br />

Elioson,Eric 114,115,127<br />

Elioson,John 114,231<br />

Elihu,N shat 110,128<br />

Elijoh,Phyllis 106,255<br />

Elliott,Bev 217<br />

Elliatt,Linda 68,218<br />

Elliott, Patricio Su 270<br />

Elliott,William J. 270<br />

Ellis,Bob 183<br />

Ellls,Ev Iyn F. 270<br />

Ellis, Robert 250<br />

Ellil,Sheila 106<br />

Ellsworth, J im 245<br />

Ely,Morion 149<br />

Embr ,Joan Hancock 270<br />

Em rson, John 270<br />

Emerton,Bill 128,194,<br />

Em ry,Ro rt 270<br />

Emrich, John 190,245,261,270<br />

Em ry, Jon 230<br />

Eng I,Steve 80<br />

Engelbrecht ,Kathryn 202,211<br />

England r, Pat 143,271<br />

Englander,William 271<br />

English,Joan 110<br />

Engllsh,Nancy 110<br />

English,<strong>San</strong>dra 110<br />

Englund,GI n 240<br />

Enkosky,Judy 110<br />

Enlond,Mary 110<br />

Enoch., Bob 235<br />

Enochs, Regina 271<br />

Erb,Jock 232,271<br />

Erickson, Brian 235<br />

Erickson, Dove 249<br />

Erickson, Lynne 271<br />

Ertle ,Bruce Steward 271<br />

Ervice, Greg 235<br />

Escalonte,Rueben 237<br />

Escalera ,Gabriel 161,249<br />

Escalera, Tina 249<br />

Estavillo,Bob 184,188,240<br />

Estes,Penelope L. 271<br />

Estey, Kathy 36,218,260,265,272<br />

Estrada, Robert 131<br />

Eurich,John 251<br />

Evans, Dana Be th 272<br />

Evons,Moridell223<br />

Evans,Mike 114<br />

Evans,Mike 251<br />

Evons,Rick 191<br />

Evons,Stephanie 223,254<br />

Evons,Steve 261,265,272<br />

Evorkiou,Steve 239<br />

Evenson, Karen 202<br />

Evers,Catherine 110<br />

Eversole ,Donny 230<br />

Eves, <strong>San</strong>dy 237<br />

Ewalt,Jonet 109,260,272<br />

Ewing,Jon 235<br />

Ewing,Morgie 108,117<br />

Fahner, Janet 110<br />

Fall, Lloyd 272<br />

Fallon, Ken 179<br />

Falls,Jon 212<br />

Fa Iischeer, Leonard 114<br />

Fancher, Troy 240<br />

Fant, Loretta 272<br />

Fares,David 129<br />

Forios,Philip 272<br />

Faris, Tim 239<br />

Forne,Jim 246<br />

Farnell, Francie 110<br />

Farney, Caroi 270<br />

Forre II, George 162<br />

Forris,John 157,162,240<br />

Fassler, Sheryl 209<br />

Fauc her, Larry 128<br />

Fay, Lew 234,272<br />

Fehnders,Elissa 43,206<br />

Feigen,Bob 112<br />

Feldbaum,Morton 253,272<br />

Fe Idman, Joanne 128<br />

Fennema, Byron 112<br />

Ferguson,Jim 172<br />

Ferguson, Norma 272<br />

Ferguson, <strong>San</strong>dra 223<br />

Ferguson,Sue 110<br />

Fernold,Quinten 272<br />

Fernandez,Lorry 157,162,272<br />

Ferrantelli,SoI267,272<br />

Ferreras,Ed 139,232<br />

Fe rver, Barbara 200,208<br />

Feurzeig,Bunny 128,129,205<br />

Field, Veronica 272<br />

Fields,Ardith 110<br />

FII.on,J 734<br />

Fin rrnan,Borboro OS<br />

Fin ,Jon 112, 46<br />

Fin J t oy 249<br />

Finn y,CIi f 234<br />

Finn y, Sho ....n 272<br />

Fish r,Borboro 220, 54,271<br />

Fish r,Glorlo 117,18<br />

Fllh r,Naney 106<br />

FIsh r,Su 214<br />

Fish r,Svzann 2<br />

Fish r , Tony 128<br />

Fh


Gast,Mr.151<br />

Gaston, Gigi 216<br />

Gates,Curt 193<br />

Gaudet, George 193<br />

Gauff,L1ayd 157,158<br />

Gaughen, Tam 249<br />

Gavett,Sunnae 38<br />

Gayer,Susan 110<br />

Gear, Ellen 255<br />

Geckter ,Joe 139<br />

Gedney,Jahn 179,182<br />

Gehlin,Diane 119<br />

Gearge,Craig 123<br />

Geargen ,Andrea I17<br />

Geargensan,Heidi 106,207<br />

Gearggin,Cathy 43,203<br />

Gerry,Gail215<br />

Gerry,Mike 173,191<br />

Getline,Ned 253<br />

Getzen, Bob 183<br />

Giannone, Norma 207,273<br />

Giarde,Jeff 136,243,273<br />

Gibbs,Joe 158,160,161,241<br />

Gibson,Janet 208,255<br />

Gibson,Sheila 205<br />

Gibson,Steve 43,68,237<br />

Gibson, Walt 233<br />

Gideon,Ann 210<br />

Gideon,Sally 215<br />

Giffin,Melodie 208<br />

Gilbert ,Janey 43<br />

Gilbert,Jim 189<br />

Gilbertson , Barbara 216<br />

Giles,Bill 114<br />

Gill,James 135<br />

Gillette,Dr. Thomas 34<br />

Gillis,Janet 211<br />

Gingery ,Betty 216<br />

Ginn,Bili 250<br />

Glasier,Jon 249<br />

Gleeson,Lois 106<br />

Glenney,Gayle 212<br />

Glithero,Forrest 168,171<br />

Glover ,James 234,273<br />

Godbout,Cecilia 219,273<br />

Goddard,Judith 274<br />

Godden, John 160, 162<br />

Godfrey,Larry 179,180,182,241<br />

Godfrey ,Nancy 220<br />

Goff,Burdette 241,274<br />

Goffeney,Joe 250<br />

Goggins,Leo 274<br />

Goldkamp, Kenneth 274<br />

Goldsmith,Lynne 110<br />

Golik,Noml274<br />

Gollehon,Gary 234<br />

Gontesky,Mike 233,274<br />

Gonzales,Roque 233<br />

Good,Lee 274<br />

Good,Joyce 137<br />

Good,Sheri 140,225<br />

Goodell ,Bob 233<br />

Goodfriend,Harvey 18,34,36<br />

Goodwin,Raymond 274<br />

Gordon, Barbara 274<br />

Gordon, Don 183<br />

Gorrell,Nancy 143<br />

Gorton, Ronnie 110<br />

Goshorn, Ed 116<br />

Goss ,Bruce 233<br />

Gottlieb,Judy 33,35,37,106,<br />

107,205<br />

Gottschall, Leslie 216<br />

Gould,Dave 112,253<br />

Gourdin, George 237<br />

Grace,Karen 106<br />

Grader, Tom 194<br />

Graf,Chuck 244<br />

Graf, Robert 119<br />

Graham, Je ffrey 274<br />

Gran land, Barbara 207<br />

Grant,Bob 179<br />

Grant,Carol216<br />

Grant,Greer 110<br />

Grant ,John 248<br />

Granton,Marsha 274<br />

Graton,Marsha 108,109<br />

Grant ,Phil 175<br />

Graves, Jane 106<br />

Gray,Dalias 248<br />

Gray, Darlene 225<br />

Gray,Jeremy 244<br />

Gray, Kathy 274<br />

Gray,Melicent 274<br />

Gray,Paula 43,217<br />

Gray,Sally 110<br />

Gray,Vickie 126,200,217,254<br />

Greathou.e, Yvonne 108<br />

Grebbien,Gary 274<br />

Green, Barbaro 36,223<br />

Green,Jahn 274<br />

Green, Linda 106<br />

Green,Marilyn 213<br />

Green,Julie 106<br />

Greenway, Lynn 108<br />

Greer, Dorathy 113<br />

Greogary,Joan 274<br />

Greogory,Sue 217<br />

Griebel ,Ray 274<br />

Griffin,Mike 128<br />

Griffith. t Linda 219<br />

Griggs,Gayle 58,88,89,108,<br />

223,274<br />

Grigsby,Cathleen 110<br />

Grimand,Loweli 274<br />

Grin,Sheila 203<br />

Grindl, Tony 194,250<br />

Griner ,Dorothy 274<br />

Griswold,Janet 274<br />

Griswold,Jim 112,116<br />

Grabe,Marian 274<br />

Grose ,Sherry 223<br />

Gross,Jack 274<br />

Grove,Barbara 129<br />

Grave,Jahn 184,188<br />

Grover,Gail221<br />

Grover,Mike 112<br />

Grube,Dale 274<br />

Gruber, Ed 235<br />

Guerrero, Irene 274<br />

Grundstrom, Suzanne 108<br />

Gruss, Diane 213<br />

Gudith,Lt. Cal. Roy 19<br />

Gulick,Dr. Sidney 16<br />

Gunderson, Becky 106<br />

Gunther, Frederick 128,274<br />

Gurley, Peggy 98, 109,115<br />

Gurrad, John 274<br />

Gustin, Russ 229<br />

Gutzmer,James 274<br />

Ha,Cheung-Fang 274<br />

Hack, Ted 179,181<br />

Haas,Shirely 134 ,243<br />

Hadzima ,Alfred 274<br />

Haefer",Bonnie 38,203<br />

Haeger, Bob 250<br />

Hafer, Bruce 183<br />

Hafner, Gary 183<br />

Hafleger,Mrs. 151<br />

Hagar, Renie 203<br />

Hagen, Walter 274<br />

Hager ,Mike 238<br />

Hagerman, Larry 112<br />

Hagiwara, Tsu-Shi 112<br />

Haiman,Steve 241<br />

Haldeman, Joanne 108<br />

Hale,Dr. Alan 123<br />

Hales,Roberta 17,34,38<br />

Hall,Albert 114<br />

Hall,Joe 229<br />

Hall,John S. 274<br />

Hall,Robert 112<br />

Halienbeck,Sally 72,219,254<br />

Haller,John 229<br />

Halley, Robin 183<br />

Halloran ,Gay 225<br />

Halsted,Mary 274<br />

Halte,Don 157,158,159<br />

Halverson,Melinda 108<br />

Halvorson,Jeannie 209<br />

Hamersley, Paul 230<br />

Hamill,David 116<br />

Hamilton,Bob 246<br />

Hamilton,JoAnn 274<br />

Hamilton,Mary 108<br />

Hamilton,Rainis 110<br />

Hammer,Gerald 120<br />

Hamner,Jan 118,225<br />

Hancock, Kenneth 275<br />

Hand,Sheryl 128<br />

Hand,Pat 110<br />

Hannaford,Sherri 219<br />

Hansen, Bill 235<br />

Hansen,Johanne 117<br />

Hansen,Marilyn 110,123<br />

Hanshaw, Pat 229<br />

Hansford , Leonard 275<br />

Hanson, Robert 35<br />

Hanson,Sharon 275<br />

Hanus, Jeunesse 275<br />

Hanzlik,Sue 130,217<br />

Harbaugh,Linda 209<br />

Hardeman,Carolyn 275<br />

Harder, Dr. Dona Id 16<br />

Harders, Pat 119<br />

Hardie, Les 247<br />

Harding ,Margaret 117<br />

Hare ,Jim 247<br />

Harlow,Al194<br />

Harmon,Jerry 31,36,125,233,<br />

261,267<br />

Harms,Bob 125,275<br />

Harned,Quinn 124<br />

Hamed,William 119<br />

Harp,Bili 241<br />

Harper,Brooke 203,254<br />

Harris, George 243<br />

Harris,Jeff 275<br />

Harris, Lee 238<br />

Harris,Susan 275<br />

Harrison ,Marty 231<br />

Hart,Carol 108<br />

Hart,Elwim 276<br />

Hart,Gary 41,241<br />

Hart, Lee 194<br />

Hart ,Richard 127<br />

Hartley,Boyd 233<br />

Hartley, Dave 250<br />

Hartloff ,Sam 238<br />

Hartman,Dot 37,116,218<br />

Hartman ,Janet 276<br />

Hartstein,Claire 204<br />

Hartwig,Cindy 130<br />

Harvey, Bob 237,276<br />

Harvey,Nancy 108,109<br />

Harvey, Patrie ia 206<br />

Hasbrooke,Ronald 276<br />

Haskins,Jean 108<br />

Hass, David 112,276<br />

Hata Ison, Dorothy 218<br />

Hatfield,Bobbie 276<br />

Hatfield,Sherrili 38,96,130,<br />

203,243,276<br />

Haught, Janet 225<br />

Hauser, Eric 189<br />

Hauser,Ernie 189<br />

Hawk,Clarence 276<br />

Hawley,Dale 158,159,240<br />

Hawley,Mary 106,222<br />

Hawthorne, Phi lip 276<br />

Hay, Wayne 232<br />

Hayes,John 229<br />

Hay,Orvilie 176,177<br />

Headman ,Maggie 110<br />

Heald,Otis 276<br />

Healey,Jim 248<br />

Hearold,Susan 126<br />

Hearst ,Carlene 211 ,276<br />

Heath,James 120<br />

Hebert, Paul 228,276<br />

Hecker ,Mary 255<br />

Heckler,Rick 179,180,232<br />

Hedges,Jerry 228,276<br />

Hedrick,Barbara 108<br />

Hedrick,Rick 232<br />

Hedstrom ,Randy 245<br />

Heenan,Michael 276<br />

Heide,Susan 209,255<br />

Heilamn,Deavon 255<br />

Helberg,Dianne 276<br />

Helgeson,Larry 276<br />

Helsel,Ron 238<br />

Helzer ,Dan 240<br />

Henderson, Linda 255<br />

Henderson,Suzanne 206<br />

Hendricks, Judy 221<br />

Henkelman,Dianne 110<br />

Henry,Pat 110<br />

Henry,Philip 114<br />

Herkelrath,Bonnie 110,276<br />

Herkert, Richard 112<br />

Herman, Kaye 276<br />

Hermann,Rick 183<br />

Hernandez, Fred 235<br />

Herr,Jan 276<br />

Herriman,Horace 122<br />

Herron, Richard 245,276<br />

Herron,Steve 240,276<br />

Hersh ,Jane 108<br />

Hersh,Ronnie 204<br />

Hess, Richard 232<br />

Hickcox,Gaii 224,260,269,276<br />

Hicketh ier ,Robert 112<br />

Hickman,Geneva 119,260,276<br />

Hicks,Herschel 276<br />

Hicks,Jim 236<br />

Hieger, Larry 112,247<br />

Higashizawa, Yoshie 110<br />

Higgins,Bernie 228<br />

Higgins,Claire 110,113,115,247<br />

Higgins,Peggy 106<br />

Higgs,Marge 214,276<br />

Higuchi, Yuko 276<br />

Hill, Douglas 276<br />

Hill,Maureen 116,218<br />

H ill ,Mike 112<br />

Hillis,Janice 225<br />

Hills,Wes 245<br />

H i1men, Do Ie 236<br />

Hilpert,Marilyn 276<br />

Hilts,Don 112,113,240<br />

Hindley,Beth 108,130,222<br />

Hines,Joyce 276<br />

Hines,Nancy 218<br />

Hinrichs, Judy 276<br />

H ippaka ,William 119<br />

Hirata,Ernest 120,276<br />

Hitchcock,Marie 110<br />

Hitney,Herb 112<br />

Hixson, Linda 106<br />

Hobbs, Nancy 106<br />

Hobbs, Tom 112,115<br />

Hobel ,Duane 276<br />

Hodapp, Kath leen 119<br />

Hodge,Glenn 119<br />

Hodges,Dave 194<br />

Hodges , James 235,276<br />

Hodgson,James 276<br />

Hoel ,Dr. Lester 139<br />

Hoelderlin,Art 112<br />

Hoff,Marie 118,209<br />

Hoff,Marilyn 118,209<br />

Hoffing,Sa';d~a 204,277<br />

Hoffman,Ed 176,177<br />

Hoffman, Tom 158,162<br />

Hoffman, Vicki 277<br />

Hofmaister,Jerry 246<br />

Hoham, Sharon 225<br />

Holewinski ,Barbara 255<br />

Holewinski ,Pat 35,224<br />

Hollingsead,Carol 142,206<br />

Hollrah,Caria 110<br />

Holly,Lancey 110,129<br />

Holmerud, Eugene 277<br />

Holms,Chuck 252<br />

Holms,Dr. Darrell 15<br />

Holmes, Kathy 203<br />

Holmes, Kip 254<br />

Holowach,Frank 37<br />

Holt ,Jeff 236<br />

Holt ,Suan 202,277<br />

Holtan,Herbert 112<br />

Holzer,Sue 217<br />

Hone, Doug 228<br />

Honey,Linda 217<br />

Honig,Cynthia 108<br />

Hoo, Wing 127<br />

Hoole, Frank 17,37<br />

Hoopes,Ed 248<br />

Hoover,Sue 128<br />

Hopkins,Fred 112<br />

Hopkins, Katharine 277<br />

Hopkins, Vance 239<br />

Hopper, Beth 110<br />

Hopper,Myra 106<br />

Horn ,Bob 235<br />

Hornung ,Janet 108<br />

Horton, Ida 277<br />

Hosea,Deanna 217<br />

Hosmer,Caria 130<br />

Hoss,Bob 170,171,196,232<br />

Houle, Victor 119<br />

Housel,Carol 110<br />

Housel, Wynn 122,232<br />

Houser, Doug 231<br />

Houser, Kathy 43,216<br />

Hovey,Bob 114,173<br />

Howard , George 139<br />

Howard,Jay 131<br />

Howe,Dimaris 209,254,277<br />

Howe, Katy 202<br />

Howie,Bili 112,113<br />

Hsu,Alice 116<br />

Huben,Bob 248<br />

Huckaby, Lynda 206<br />

Hudson,Almetta 277<br />

Hue,Phan 110<br />

Huebner,Jeanne 129,278<br />

Huff,John 239<br />

Huggins,Lenore 126<br />

Hughes,Sharan 207<br />

Hughes, Steve 236<br />

Hulbert, Ken 239<br />

Hulett,David 242,278<br />

Hull,Helen 202<br />

Hull,Joan 213<br />

Hull ,Judy 218<br />

Hull , Karen 106,107<br />

Humber, Linn 202<br />

Humes,Cecil242<br />

Humphrey,Marv 134<br />

Humphrey, Richard 131<br />

Hungate, Robert 119<br />

Hunt ,Carol 209<br />

Hunter,Anne 108,109<br />

Hutcherson,Steve 112<br />

Hutchinson,Don 191<br />

Hutchinson,Dorothy 129<br />

Hutter,Jerry 245<br />

Ikeda,Dr. Hitoshi 151<br />

Ikerd ,Janet 106<br />

Ickis, Barbara 278<br />

Ihrig, Wanda 278<br />

IIiff,George 240<br />

Ingle,Jerry 125,250<br />

Ingram, Sharon 278<br />

Inzunza,Ralph 278<br />

Irgang,Dr. Frank 37,120<br />

Irvine, Ginger 37,218,269<br />

Irvine, Virginia 278<br />

Isaacson, Steve 125,252<br />

Isenhour, Nancy 207<br />

Ishimine,Hilda 119<br />

Isom, Tom 245<br />

Ives,Chris 106<br />

Jacobson,Alan 235<br />

Jacobus, Karen 109<br />

Jacobus,Karhl 183,242<br />

Jacques, None y 106<br />

Jaffe ,Allen 278<br />

James,Fred 112<br />

James,Judibeth 110<br />

James, Prise i 110 278<br />

Jameson, Judy 278<br />

Jamieson,Gerri 73,213<br />

Jamison ,Carol 108<br />

Jansen,Steve 241<br />

January,Jerry 239<br />

Javorik, Barbara 110<br />

Jedlicka,Linda 110<br />

Jenkins,Carol 106<br />

Jenkins,Don 115<br />

Jennings,Evalynn 278<br />

Jensen, Barbara 149<br />

Jensen,Janet 130,142,216<br />

Jewell,Bob 118<br />

Jimeniz ,Carlos 139<br />

Jimeniz, Tom 39,245<br />

Joe,Marcon 139,282<br />

Johansing,Gere 112,250<br />

Johnson ,Chery I 222<br />

Johnson,Dave 36,125,127,246,278<br />

Johnson,Georgia 213<br />

Johnson, Greg 112<br />

Johnson, Kay 129,278<br />

Johnson ,Janet 41,106,116<br />

Johnson ,Judith 278<br />

Johnson,Judy 34,260,271<br />

Johnson, Judy 108<br />

Johnson ,Judy E. 219,254<br />

Johnson, Lawrence 278<br />

Johnson, Leonard 278<br />

Johnson, Lewis 114,278<br />

Johnson, Linda 202<br />

Johnson ,Margaret 216<br />

Johnson ,Mary 278<br />

Johnson ,M ike 112,233<br />

Johnson, Pete 236<br />

Johnson,Rich 114,119,127<br />

Johnson, Robert 278<br />

Johnson,Vicky 255,278<br />

Johnson, Yvonne 278<br />

Johnston, Denn is 193<br />

Johnston, Kathy 106<br />

Johnston ,Mickey 192,193<br />

Johnston,Richard 125,278<br />

Jondall,Dottie 126,208<br />

Jones,Buddy 157,158<br />

Jones,Dale 278<br />

Jones,Diane 119<br />

Jones, Don 194<br />

Jones,Frank 233<br />

Jones,Judi 43,106,216<br />

Jones, Kath leen 213<br />

Jones, Kathy 213,254<br />

Jones, Linda 207<br />

Jones,Linda 278<br />

Jones,Mike 231<br />

Jones, Patti 222<br />

Jones, Roger 249<br />

Jones,Ron 112,113<br />

Jones,S haron 255<br />

Jones ,Xenaphon 278<br />

Jordan,Sallie 14<br />

Jordan, <strong>San</strong>dy 117<br />

Joyce, James 278<br />

Jozwicki, Paul 112<br />

Judy,Sharon 224<br />

Judy,Sharon D. 278<br />

Julian,Dr. James 37,135<br />

Junger,Pete 112,131<br />

Jurin,Laura 110<br />

Justus,Neil 278<br />

Kahuna,Mike 112<br />

Kaiser,Susan 119<br />

Kalanquin, Kay 219<br />

Kambestad, Lynn 108<br />

Kampley, linda 82<br />

Kane, Lonn ie 205<br />

Kanewske, linda 212<br />

Kaplan,Denis 194<br />

Kara,Judy 110<br />

Karel,Linda 128<br />

Karman, Larry 27B<br />

Koskey, Joyce 108<br />

Katz,<strong>San</strong>de 106<br />

Keapproth, Gary 112<br />

Kearn, Linda 110<br />

Keatley,Jim 114<br />

Kebort ,Arthur 278<br />

Keeley,Jim 128<br />

Keene,Marsha 106,115<br />

Keeton,Jim 239<br />

Kelber,Rich 112<br />

Kelford, Kimary 211<br />

Kelley,Edeli 224<br />

Kellog,Connie 83<br />

Kelly,Donald 278<br />

Ke lIy, Kathy 255<br />

Kelly,Michael278<br />

Keltz,Jacqueline 278<br />

Kemper, Kathy 223<br />

Kempff,Skip 112<br />

Kenaston,Court 173<br />

Kenaston,John 239,278<br />

Kenda II ,Kay 279<br />

Kendall,Dr. Willis 36<br />

Kendel,Michael 279<br />

Kennedy, Dale 233<br />

Kenney, Dr. Louis 29<br />

Kenyon,Steve 249<br />

Kernes,Dale 176,233<br />

Kerns, Kenneth 279<br />

Kerr, Terry 279<br />

Kerth,Lela 279<br />

Kess ler, Ken 235<br />

Kette la, Dave 249<br />

Keyes,Ray 241<br />

Khoury,Simon 114<br />

Kidder,Carol 130,212,279<br />

Kidder,Dave 114,252<br />

Kidwell ,Dr. Will 18<br />

Kiefer,Joe 34,37,114,261<br />

Kilius,Ned 114<br />

Killigore,Edward 279<br />

Kiloh,Barbara 221<br />

Kim,Bob 249<br />

Kimbell ,Dennis 245<br />

Kimmerl ing, Paula 208<br />

Kindley,Kay 216<br />

King ,Roger 239,279<br />

Kinse 110, Karen 108<br />

Kirkpatrick,Richard 112<br />

Kisso, Fernanda 106<br />

Kitchin,Robert 279<br />

Klein,Barry 110<br />

Klemetsrud, Terry 193<br />

Kline,Carolyn 128<br />

Klovin,Arnold 279<br />

Kloven, Jan 234<br />

Knight,Denise 110<br />

Knittel ,Margaret 279<br />

Knox,Joni 205,279<br />

Knudson,Pete 241<br />

Kochendorfor,<strong>San</strong>dee 254<br />

Koering, Bob 239<br />

Koester, Tom 249<br />

Koleto,Lynn 108<br />

Kolly, Thomas 279<br />

Kopp,Ron 113<br />

Korporaal,Ron 125,231<br />

Korzep, Bob 161<br />

Kosmack ,Joe 229<br />

Kosvic, Kathryn 279<br />

Kramb,Diane 106<br />

Kramer, John 253<br />

Krasnow, Erwin 253<br />

Krause,Bob 231<br />

Kreider,Stephanie 108<br />

Kreitzer ,Lou 114<br />

Krepps, Virginia 280<br />

Kretowicz,Anthony 83<br />

Krienke ,Gretchen 212<br />

Krienke,Helen 280<br />

Kronberger,Bill 125,234,280<br />

Krone, Winnie Poo 35,205,280<br />

Krueger ,Curt 243<br />

Kruse, Kristal 108,109<br />

Kuhn,Cheryl212<br />

Kuhnert, Robert 280<br />

Kuiper,Carolyn 206<br />

Kujawa,Carol 223<br />

Kuntz,Johanne 217<br />

Kurtz,Flarice 110<br />

Kusik, Randy 212<br />

Kustner, Jay 253<br />

Kwint, Bob 253<br />

Kwolik,Diane 108<br />

Lacy,John 39,125,244<br />

Laffoon, Karen 129<br />

LaFonta,Sydney 140,219,280<br />

Laible,Joanne 110<br />

Laine,Lorence 106<br />

Lair,Sharon 108<br />

Lake, Frank ie 106<br />

Lake ,Jarrett 173<br />

Lake ,Linda 219<br />

Lamb,Barbera 219<br />

Lamb, Edna 280<br />

Lamb,Juelle 73,203,255<br />

Lambden,Bill253<br />

Lambe,MichaeI28-<br />

Lamden, Dr. Charles W. 20,119<br />

Lamott,John C. 280<br />

Lamprau,Christine 38,126,213<br />

Landa, Vic 229<br />

Landreth,Bill 194,231<br />

Lane,CaroI78,219<br />

Lane ,Jim 120,173,191,244,280<br />

Lane, Pat 108<br />

Lanfried, Lee 246<br />

Lang,Connie 110<br />

Lang ,Diane 210,243<br />

Lang, Tom 241<br />

Lange,Marilou 130,216,280<br />

Lange,Sue 137,217<br />

Langenbach, Robert 119<br />

Langley,Marty 110<br />

Langsdorf,Sharon 110<br />

Langston, Dick 241<br />

Lantz, Harriet 107,115<br />

Lanza, Brenda 280<br />

Lapworth, Brian 234<br />

Lares, Victor G. 280<br />

Larick,Judy M. 280<br />

Larkey, Nancy 208<br />

Larkey,Susan 208<br />

Larkin, Janet 213<br />

Laswell,M. Kay 224<br />

Laughery, Lee Anne 108<br />

Lavery,Charlene 128<br />

Lawatch, Jacque line 206<br />

Lawatch,Leni 109,280<br />

Lawler,Sylvia 221,280<br />

Lawrence,Pam 129<br />

Lawson,Dr. Donald 123<br />

Lawson, Kent 157,159,161,162,<br />

241<br />

Lawson , Teresa S. 280<br />

Lay,Dave 161,162,175<br />

Lazos,Barbara 217<br />

Leaman,Barba 140,224<br />

Learned, Don 135 ,242<br />

LeBarron,Evangeline 119<br />

Lebowitz,Nancy 108<br />

Lederer,Tom 112<br />

LeDesma,Ray 128<br />

Lee,Allen 230<br />

Lee, Dwight R. 280<br />

Lee,Hyman 116,261,280<br />

Lee, Ryndle 230<br />

Leeds, Gary 253<br />

Lefler,Bili 184,188<br />

Lehman , Ingerborg 280<br />

Leichliter,Ellen 108<br />

Leimbach,Bill 175,237<br />

Leinbach,David 280<br />

Leiser,Mary 221<br />

Leland,Marti 136,205<br />

Leland, Nanci 220,254<br />

Lembeck, Duke 244<br />

Lembeck, Lance 237<br />

Lembeck,Mike 32,36,236,261,<br />

271 ,280<br />

Lemme,Dr. Maurice M. 15<br />

Lenain,Adrian 234<br />

Lenett,Harvey 226,252<br />

Lenke,Diane 210<br />

Lennon,Mike 229<br />

Leonard ,Bi II 139<br />

Leonard, Ken 230<br />

Leppert, Norma 225<br />

Leptich,Dean 34,37<br />

LeSage, Jeff 233<br />

Lesikar, Dianna 106<br />

Lessard, Roy 37,125,241<br />

Lessard, Tam 176,177,241<br />

Lessem ,Ron 252<br />

Lester, Tom 237<br />

Levi, Dan 125<br />

Levy,Marilyn Peachblassom<br />

205,280<br />

Lew, Victor W. 280<br />

Lewin,Jack 237<br />

Lewis,Doris L. 280<br />

Lewis,Jack 233<br />

Lewis ,J im 234<br />

Lewis,Jahn 237<br />

Lewis,Jan 138<br />

Lewis,Lantz 233<br />

Lewis,Steve 247,280<br />

Leyton,Mary 151<br />

L'Hommedieu,Judy 110<br />

Liddell,Mariane 213<br />

Lieberenz, Ray 229<br />

Lieberman, Dee 215<br />

Lieberman, Jay 252<br />

Ligon,Ernie 191<br />

Lilley,Lynne D. 280<br />

Lindeberg,Frank 114,172<br />

Lindner, Richard 280<br />

Lindsay,Annette 223<br />

Lindsay,Chuck 238<br />

Lippitt ,John 280<br />

Little,Marion 35,40,121,280<br />

Lizalde,Milo 184<br />

Lizano, AI 233<br />

Lloyd,David 124<br />

Lloyd, Donna 1 10<br />

Locklin, Paul 240<br />

Lockwood, Wayne 135<br />

Logan, Pete 240<br />

Logans, Tommy 34,39,125,261<br />

273<br />

Lomac,Jeannie 73,209<br />

Long,Bonita 110<br />

Long,Donald B. 119,280<br />

Long,Natalie J. 280<br />

Long,Ran 39,201,237<br />

Lange,Marianne 215<br />

Loomis,Dr. David D. 36,147<br />

Loomis,Diane 108<br />

Lopez,Jan 110<br />

Loss,John 244,280<br />

Lottermoser, Don 232<br />

Loughman, Jean 213<br />

Louis,Lee 138,244<br />

Love,Dr. Malcolm A. 14<br />

Lovelady,Robin 215<br />

Lowe, Frank lin P. 280<br />

Lower,Jo Ann 281<br />

Lowitz, Roger 253<br />

Lowrey,Rick 240<br />

Loya,Bob 128<br />

Lucas,Paul 149<br />

Luce ,Lawrence 120<br />

Lueck,Carol 110<br />

Luhnow, Tom 33,37,242<br />

Lukehart, John 235<br />

Lundquist, Linda 213,281<br />

Lunt ,Martin 281<br />

Lurie,Midge 281<br />

Lusk, Karen 110<br />

Luster ,John 175<br />

Luster,Robert 82<br />

Lux,John 237<br />

Luxenburg, Judy 126,220<br />

Luyendyk, Bruce 250<br />

Lyman,Jim 236<br />

Lyman,Lutie 238,281<br />

Lynch,Sharon 203<br />

Lyon ,John 246<br />

Lyon,Ken 124,131,235,281<br />

Lyons,Jane 128<br />

Lyons,<strong>San</strong>di 255<br />

MacDonald,Denny 39,125,238<br />

MacDonald, Raymond 281<br />

MacFarlane,Bob 112,249<br />

Mack,Rozanne, 38,95,103,219<br />

Mackey,Bob 166,167,168,171<br />

MacKirdy,Martha 109,116<br />

MacLaggan,Jim 114<br />

Macleod, Kathleen 282<br />

MacLeod,Mary 110<br />

MacNeil ,Timothy 75,136,245<br />

Macy,Rich 240<br />

Madden, <strong>San</strong>dy 110<br />

Madigan,Mike 175<br />

Madison ,Brooks 249<br />

Madison, Palmer 282<br />

Maggio,Carol 209<br />

Magu ire ,Sharon 110<br />

Mahon,Jock L. 282<br />

Maio, Tony 240<br />

Mak,Chuen Kwong 138<br />

Male,Wllliam R. 282<br />

Males,Jim 242<br />

Maim ,Sharyn 220<br />

Malone ,Marionn 110<br />

Maloney, Franny 203<br />

Ma laney, Joa I 203,282<br />

Maloy,5t ve 235<br />

Manch ster,Doug 41,240<br />

Mend I,D na 106<br />

Mandel, Toni 204<br />

Manfredi,Clal 119<br />

Maniss,Sharan 149<br />

Mann,Bili 191,232,282<br />

Mann,Ed 114,115<br />

Mann,Shirley 282<br />

Manning,Chri.238<br />

Mannlng,Paul 183<br />

Manson, Larry 39,248<br />

Morckwardt,Pam 217,254<br />

Marckwardt, Tom 238<br />

Mardl.,James 123<br />

Marlan,Anlto 203<br />

Morion,Sheila 117,203<br />

Marken, Gr 9 114<br />

Markham ,Stu 246<br />

Markley,Richard 114<br />

Marks,Richard A. 282<br />

Marquez,Adriano 106<br />

Marr,Norm 184,188<br />

Marriner,Ann 110<br />

Marseilles,Bill 184,188,241<br />

Marsh, Joan 222<br />

Marsh,Paul 232,282<br />

Marston ,EI izabeth 110<br />

Marstan,Mary 219<br />

Martin,Bob 231<br />

Martin, Dan 236<br />

Martin, Dave 184,246<br />

Mart,in, Dick 248<br />

Martin, Gary 238<br />

Martin,Jacqueline 282<br />

Martin,Jerome B. 282<br />

Martin,Joyce K. 282<br />

Mart in, Leroy 125<br />

Martin, Lois E. 282<br />

Martin, Nancy P. 282<br />

Martin, Paul 128<br />

Martin, Rick 245<br />

Martin,<strong>San</strong>dy 253<br />

Martin, Tom 231<br />

Martindale ,Richard 282<br />

Martinez,Art 112<br />

Martinolich,Chuck 123<br />

Martins,Jim 245<br />

Martyn,Chariene 221<br />

Marzano, Robert 123<br />

Mason ,Andy 239<br />

Massey, Don 232<br />

Masterson,AI 239<br />

Mate,Algo 119<br />

Mather, Dick 241<br />

Mathis,Susan 225,255<br />

Math ison, Roger 234<br />

Matline,Soup 114<br />

Matlock,Bruce 229<br />

Matson,Dennis L. 116,282<br />

Mattek, Bunny 202<br />

Matthews, John 236<br />

Mattoon,William 120<br />

Mattrow,Marti 108,126<br />

Maxwell ,Jerry 248<br />

Maxwell,<strong>San</strong>dra 102,225,255<br />

May,Dave 112<br />

May,Elaine 221<br />

Mayer,Janice 222<br />

Mayo, Joseph 282<br />

McAleer ,Jackie 255<br />

McArthur ,John 241<br />

McArthur, Susan 103<br />

McBee,Linda 106,107<br />

McCalla, Linda 215<br />

McCampbell,Jim 229<br />

McCambridge,Ed 128,234<br />

McCarl, Joan 73,209<br />

McCarty, Frank L. 281<br />

McCaslin,Nancy 260,281<br />

McCauley, Gary 175,232<br />

McC 10in, <strong>San</strong>dy 202<br />

McClaughert,Bob 114<br />

McClellan,Jayce 232<br />

McClung,Jim 194,246<br />

McClure,Mike 239<br />

McCorkell ,Jerelyn 206<br />

McCormick,Steve 229<br />

McCorquoda Ie, Bob 236<br />

McCoy, Lloyd 157,161<br />

McCoy ,Mr. Robert 36<br />

McCoy,Rob rt 124<br />

McDoni I,AI rt C. 281<br />

McOonl I,D ,,124,127<br />

McOanl 1,00n 193<br />

McDani I,St" 230<br />

McD ,,"ott,Jlm 123<br />

McDonald,Carol 209<br />

McDonold,P n 208<br />

McOougol,Do" 194,234<br />

McDovgall ,<strong>San</strong>dra 281<br />

McDow II ,Glenn 228<br />

McEncroo, Jock 239<br />

McFadd n, Tom 236<br />

McFarland,Conno 108,281<br />

McGh ,Mik 184,241<br />

McGI,,1 y,S)'b1l 206<br />

McGrath, Thomlll 281<br />

McGr w,LoD Iio 108,115<br />

Mclnn s,AI 123,233,282<br />

Mclntlr ,Jam s 282<br />

Mcjunkins, Po rlclo 149<br />

Me ,PalO t A. 282<br />

McKentl ,Sh 1111 122<br />

McK wn,Chuck 239<br />

McKinstry, William 282<br />

McKlttrfck,Mlke 239<br />

McLaughlin,Borboro 282<br />

McL nnon, Lindo 213<br />

McMahon, Tau ....-J on 117<br />

McManus, John 120<br />

McM nomy,L1ndo 217<br />

McMlllan,No,," 179,180,241<br />

McMullon,James 120<br />

McMullen, John 239<br />

McNamara,Shoran 255<br />

McNeoly,Craig 282<br />

McNow,Mlko 112<br />

McPhad n,Lesley 106<br />

McPhorland,Cheryl 108<br />

McPherren, John 282<br />

McPherren,Marcia 208<br />

McPherren,Morgy 218<br />

McPherson, Terry 59, 193,233<br />

McPhie,Pamelo 128,210<br />

McQueen,Diano 282<br />

McReynolds, Dick 112<br />

McWhorter ,Catherine 110<br />

Means,Gary 112,113<br />

Mech,AI 112<br />

Medine,Pomelo 225,254<br />

Meek,Larry 166,169,171,241<br />

Meeker,Joe 158,160,161<br />

Meeker, Phil 237<br />

Meggitt,Rick 239<br />

Melchione,Mary 110<br />

Melius,Marsha 214<br />

Mello,Rabert 119<br />

Mellusi,Jay 238<br />

Melone,SholTOn 282<br />

Meltzer,Mike 124<br />

Mendez,Eddie 161,163,184,<br />

188,241<br />

Mendez,Morio 159,160,161,241<br />

Menzie, Lindo 224<br />

Menzie, Sharon 43<br />

Merchant, Toni 224,282<br />

Meredlth,L. Roe 119<br />

Memar, Fronk 189<br />

Merlno,Elisa 117<br />

Merion, Joseph 282<br />

Merman ,Anne 43,224<br />

Merritt, Darlene 224<br />

Mershon,Genevieve 282<br />

Metcalf,M. Kathryn 282<br />

Meyer,Henry E. 282<br />

Meyer,Richard S. 282<br />

Meyer,Shoron 196,107<br />

Meyers, Doug 237<br />

Mhoan,Judy 224<br />

Michaels,Stan 184,188<br />

Miele,Betty 106,128<br />

Mijares,Juan 282<br />

Mikolyczyk,Pat 110<br />

Miley,Fred 40<br />

Milk.,Jack 158,159,160,162,<br />

240<br />

Millen,Cheryl 222<br />

Miller,Anne 43,212<br />

Miller,Arlene 283<br />

Miller,Bertha 150,151,283<br />

Miller ,Bob 228<br />

Miller,Bonnie 223<br />

Miller,Eloise 283<br />

Miller, Georgia 214<br />

Miller,Jan 217,254<br />

Miller,Joan 223<br />

Miller,La Mar 283<br />

Miller,Lance 125,201,228<br />

Miller,Marcine 283<br />

Miller,Mike 233


--.-------------------------- ....--IBIII!I----- _<br />

Miller,Stephanie 106<br />

Miller, Terry 283<br />

Miller, Waskah 73,223<br />

Millican,Ed 149<br />

Mills,Dr. Jack 149<br />

Mills,Jim 226,245<br />

Mills,Linda 283<br />

Millsan,Wallace 119<br />

Milne,Dr. David 28<br />

Minar,Marion 208,283<br />

Minton,Caral 117,126,220,226<br />

Mitchell,Katie 110<br />

Moe, Donna 212<br />

Moffett, Georgia 118,214<br />

Maffett,Jim 116<br />

Mohr,Linda 218,283<br />

Molino,Julia 108<br />

Mollick,Ron 252<br />

Monahan,Barbara Muggins 283<br />

Monell,Jerry 39,125,238,273,<br />

283<br />

Monninger,Carole 218,283<br />

Manteath,Barbara 218<br />

Montgomery,Jack 81<br />

Mantgomery,Jim 179,181,283<br />

Moody, Joy 202<br />

Moore,Carolee 106<br />

Moore,Dennis 31<br />

Moore, Denny 34,237<br />

Moore,Jim 112<br />

Maore,Linda 212<br />

Moore,Lurlie 218<br />

Maore,Tom 228,284<br />

More ,Bob 184,188<br />

Marebe I10, Sam 233,284<br />

Mareno, Hector 284<br />

Morey, Kathleen 97,225,255,<br />

284<br />

Morey,Rick 245<br />

Morgan, Barbora 119<br />

Morgan,Bob 194<br />

Morgan, John 284<br />

Morgan,Juanita 284<br />

Morgan, Jun ior 284<br />

Morgan,Marsha 106<br />

Morgan , Mary 210<br />

Morgan, Tam 34,233<br />

Morgner, John 238<br />

Morillo,Antonio 119,284<br />

Morin,Arthur 284<br />

Morley,Mary Jo 220<br />

Morris, Dave 159<br />

Morris,Diana 220<br />

Morris ,Jack 233<br />

Marris,Linda 110,115,284<br />

Morris,Meri 217<br />

Morris,Nancy 106<br />

Morrisan,David 114<br />

Marr ison1 Lawrence 112<br />

Morton,Mike 240<br />

Mosburg ,Charles 284<br />

Mosby,Donalda 91<br />

Maser ,Martha 284<br />

Moser,Mike 250<br />

Moshtaghi, Kamran 284<br />

Moss,Kathie 110<br />

Moss ,Maureen 204<br />

Mosso, Barbara 108<br />

Moucheron,Marcel 284<br />

Mroz,Sabin 234,284<br />

Mueller, Lydia 284<br />

Muhlig,Anne 254<br />

Muirhead,Clarence 284<br />

Mullen,Gayle 106,219<br />

Mullin,Robert 284<br />

Mumby,Roger 238<br />

Munch,Dena 110<br />

Munson, Babbi 208<br />

Munster, Pat 81,149<br />

Munz,Mike 39,125,228<br />

Murdock, Don 245<br />

Murdock ,Sue 212<br />

Murphy, Larry 245<br />

Murphy,Mike 184,188<br />

Murray, Janet 210<br />

Musil , Donna 219<br />

Musuraca, Ester 284<br />

Mwank i ,D. D inauri 284<br />

Myers,Caralyn 34,204,205<br />

Myers,David 131<br />

Myers, Linda 110,212<br />

Myers,Mike 32,36,275<br />

Myhro, Elaine M. 284<br />

M yhra, Ron 236,254<br />

Nachant ,Sue 209<br />

Nails,Phillip 124<br />

Naiman,Edward 128<br />

Nanartowich, Edward J. 284<br />

Nance, John 112<br />

Napier, Ray 179<br />

Narky,Gerry 106<br />

Neal,David 284<br />

Neal,Gary 234<br />

Nebel-Thau,Susan 284<br />

Nedlick,Jim 244<br />

Neel,Charlie 184,188,240<br />

Neeson,John 112,284<br />

Neeson,Mary 284<br />

Nefflen,Edgar 240<br />

Neil ,Louise 218<br />

Neil,Michael L. 284<br />

Neill,PhiI243<br />

Nelson,Bob 123,230<br />

Nelson, Brad 235<br />

Nelson,Jeri 110,118<br />

Nelson,Joan 109<br />

Nelson, Joyce 218<br />

Nelson,Matt 236<br />

Nelson,Stanley 284<br />

Nelson, Wendy 213<br />

Nesbit ,Margaret 106,107<br />

Ness,Rachel 204<br />

Nessler,Carrie 220<br />

Nesvold, Fred 250<br />

Nett, Robert 284<br />

Nettles,Craig 166,171,184,<br />

188,238<br />

Nevin,Jonni 255<br />

Nevin,Nancy 106<br />

Newbro,Tom 236<br />

Newby,Cindi 129<br />

Newcomb, Doug 244<br />

Newman,Bill 123<br />

Newman,Pete 125,240<br />

Newman, Ross 284<br />

Newman ,Suzanne 101<br />

Newman ,William 284<br />

Nguyen,Nhi 106<br />

Nichols, Dick 37,114,115,284<br />

Nichols,John 172<br />

Nichols,Marc 112<br />

Nicholson,Sugar 110<br />

Niewoehner,Jo Ann 284<br />

Nilsen,John 112<br />

Nix, Denn is 248<br />

Noble, Wayne 112,284<br />

Noel,Gary 230<br />

Nolan,Ann 216<br />

Nolan,Linda 209<br />

Norberg,Judi 43,216<br />

Norbu, Thubten 151<br />

Nord,Nikki 141,209<br />

Nordinii,John 285<br />

Nordmarken,Mike 238<br />

Nonnandin,Michelle 108<br />

Norstrom,Jeri 213<br />

Norstrom,Nikki 119,213,285<br />

North, Gaye 213<br />

Norvell ,<strong>San</strong>dra 108<br />

Norwood, Nancy 108<br />

Nottol i, James 285<br />

Nowell,Garvin 285<br />

Nowell,Jim 244<br />

Nowry, Gwen 129<br />

Null ,Cindy 209<br />

O'Bryant ,John 239<br />

O'Byrne,Dr. Ernest B. 15,127<br />

Odegard, Tom 244<br />

Odell, Brian 244<br />

Oden,Linda 38,225,275,285<br />

Odie ,Bob 41,240<br />

Odmark, Vern 119<br />

O'Dwyer, Frank 233<br />

Oetting,Dianne 285<br />

Ofiesh, Ronald 285<br />

Ofui!, Tadahiko 285<br />

Ogden,Elizabeth 224,285<br />

Ogilvie ,Doug 229<br />

Ogren,Susie 110<br />

O'Hare,Mike 172<br />

O'Keefe,Mary 213<br />

Oldham ,John 285<br />

Olechnowicz,Barbara 123,285<br />

Oliver ,Bob 127<br />

Oliver, Tracie 108<br />

Olson,AI 34,190<br />

Olson,Barbaro 216<br />

Olson,Bonnie 116,221<br />

Olson,Janet 213<br />

Olson, Karl 285<br />

Olson, Ken 239<br />

Olson,Lee 193<br />

Olson, Lyle 171<br />

Olson,Mary 202<br />

Olson,Sue 118<br />

O'Neel,Denny 125,239<br />

O'Neel,Gaye 208<br />

Orr, Rona Id 285<br />

Orrell,Na~cy 143<br />

Orvik,Richard 286<br />

Osborne ,Jim 235<br />

Osborne ,Maureen 106<br />

O'Shea, Denn is 245<br />

Oslund,Ann 207,286<br />

Ostermcn , Beverly 128<br />

Ostroman,Beverly 106<br />

Otey,Nancy 200,224<br />

Outeen , Jan 110<br />

Owen,Barry 239<br />

Owens, Lee 35,149<br />

Owens,Mark 233<br />

Owens, <strong>San</strong>di 59,73,202<br />

Ozbirn,Jim 127<br />

Paden, Hun ter 245<br />

Page ,Cheron 286<br />

Page,Gary 129<br />

Paine,Martha 106<br />

Po in ter ,Nancy 106<br />

Pais,Dave 242<br />

Paisin,Marc 193<br />

Paisley,Dale 229<br />

Po ixao, Anna lee 286<br />

Paladino, Peter 124<br />

Pallas,George 286<br />

Palmer, Lillian 286<br />

Palmer, Mike 33,35<br />

Palmer,Sylvia 214<br />

Palos,Robert 286<br />

Pansegrau,Phyllis 108<br />

Papper, Donald 286<br />

Paris ,Ron 232<br />

Parks,Joel 175,239<br />

Parry,Ralph 127<br />

Parry, Veronica 286<br />

Parsley,Jim 234,286<br />

Parsons, Jul ia 286<br />

Pasas, Lanny 236<br />

Pasto,Jim 236<br />

Pastula, Gene 229<br />

Patterson, Gerry 214,243<br />

Pattillo,Doug 37<br />

Pauchnick,Cathie 216<br />

Paul, Dave 234<br />

Pau I, Kappy 222<br />

Paul,Shaula 126,203<br />

Paul ,Stanley 286<br />

Paulson,Daira 110<br />

Pawley, Ralph 228<br />

Payne, Dennis 176,177<br />

Pearlman,Joanne 110<br />

Pearsley,John 193<br />

Pearson, Gail 106<br />

Pearson,<strong>San</strong>dra 126,142,224,255<br />

Peck,Barbora 286<br />

Peck,Claudia 202,286<br />

Pedersen, Harvey 139<br />

Pederson ,Carol 149<br />

Peevey, Wayne 114<br />

Pehka,Marianne 119<br />

Peiffer,Bab 242,286<br />

Peiffer,Dr. Herbert 16,116<br />

Peiffer, John 242<br />

Peirce,Judith 126,224<br />

Pendergast, Bonnie 286<br />

Pendergast, Bruce 286<br />

Pendley,Jim 114<br />

Penera, Angela 286<br />

Pennell ,Charles 286<br />

Pepper, Don 248<br />

Pererson,Christopher 286<br />

Perez,Ed 166,171,239<br />

Perkins, Bill 232<br />

Perkinson,Shirley 286<br />

Perlis,Seymour 14<br />

Pennon, <strong>San</strong>dra 286<br />

Pernicana, Vince 128<br />

Perry,Rick 231<br />

Person,Dr. Gerald 35<br />

Person, Joanne 38,218<br />

Peschke, Troy 106<br />

Petcher, Ron 252,286<br />

Peter ,Fred 127<br />

Peters, Lawrence 286<br />

Peters,Lynn 119<br />

Peters,Pam 118<br />

Pe tersen ,Caro I 119<br />

Petersen ,Donna 42,218<br />

Peterson,Dave 160,162,240,286<br />

Peterson, John 286<br />

Pe terson ,Ken 234<br />

Peter50n, Lynwood 286<br />

Peterson, Ray 117<br />

Peterson,Ron 35,112,247<br />

Peterson, Wi Iliam 286<br />

Petit ,Michael 286<br />

Petrie, Lorri 255<br />

Pettengill, Tina 202<br />

Pettersen,Charies 286<br />

Petties, Neal 158,161,162,286<br />

Petty ,Shirley, 110<br />

Pfadenhauer, EIfen 207<br />

Phelan,Sharon 212<br />

Phelps,Eugene 286<br />

Phelps, Rick 244<br />

Phibbs,Corbett 114<br />

Phiel ,Mary 221<br />

Phil Iippi, Gary 114<br />

Phillips,Barboro 119,286<br />

Phillips,Bill173<br />

Phoenix, Ted 232<br />

Pianka, Pamela 286<br />

Picco, Linda 128<br />

Pickett, John 112<br />

Pickup, Penny 126,255<br />

Pierce,Dick 170,171 ,238<br />

Pierce,Judy 35<br />

Pieri ,Jim 249<br />

Pierson,Claudia 222<br />

Piggott, Barbora 110<br />

Pine, Bill 252,287<br />

Pine, Dave 253<br />

Piper ,Jim 175<br />

Piper ,Sharon 214<br />

Pirazzini,Robert 287<br />

Pittman,Carolina 110,130,287<br />

Pitts,Donna 130,216<br />

Place ,Elan 33,34,125,238,277,<br />

287<br />

Planchon,Jim 244,287<br />

Plett, Kathy 110<br />

Plumb,Caroll08,218<br />

Plumb,Paul 175<br />

Poeh Iman, Les lie 222,255<br />

Po linger, Barbara 110<br />

Pollock, Louis 124<br />

Pollock,Robyn 219,226<br />

Polovin,Sheldon 128<br />

Polster, Taffy 76,208,255<br />

Pomeroy, Irene 108<br />

Porter ,Cari I 224<br />

Porter,Ellen 42,212<br />

Porter ,Merlo 117<br />

Post, James 120<br />

Pavenmire, E. Kingsley 66<br />

Powell,Dick 194<br />

Power, Tom 234<br />

Powers, Donald 287<br />

Pawers,Mike 128<br />

Prager, Nancy 117<br />

Prahl,Bob 174,175,232<br />

Pratt ,Carolyn 110<br />

Pratt ,Chris 106<br />

Pratt, Le ighton 232<br />

Prelle, Valentine 112,246<br />

Price,Priscilia 108<br />

Pritchett, Diane 128<br />

Pritchett ,Mildred 287<br />

Prohaska, Datt i 115<br />

Purtee,Alex 134,135<br />

Putnam,Robert 149<br />

Qualyn, Roberta 287<br />

Quan,John 234<br />

Quapp,Bili 122<br />

Quechenberger, Pete 243<br />

Quiett,Mary 119<br />

Quigley,John 175<br />

Quilty,John 190<br />

Quintero,Octaviano 112<br />

Quist,Danald 287<br />

Raborn,Marty 238<br />

Raczkowski ,Charles 287<br />

Raddatz ,Mary 108<br />

Rader, Fred 238<br />

Radic i, George 237<br />

Radke,Bili 112<br />

Ragenovich,Betty 126,217<br />

Raichart, Liz 117<br />

Ra ikow, Rayanne 128<br />

Ra javara ikara, N ipo 110<br />

Ra jcher, Wilma 287<br />

Ramet,Barbara 219,255<br />

Ram irez, Henry 72,233<br />

Ramirez ,Robert 287<br />

Ramsey, Gayne I 287<br />

Ramsey, John 125,201,238<br />

Rondall, Lynn 106,214<br />

Rangel, Lyle 150<br />

Rankin, Bob 235<br />

Rank in, Gary 244<br />

Ranta, Ray 242<br />

Rathburn,Alice 108,109,288<br />

Ray,Bi11233<br />

Ray, Jim 232<br />

Roycroft, Randy 112,246<br />

Raymond, Larry 194<br />

Rearden, Katherine 206<br />

Reaume, Ron 234<br />

Reed, Dave 241<br />

Reed, Fred 232<br />

Rees,<strong>San</strong>dy 129<br />

Reese, J im 228<br />

Rehfeld,Michele 110,128<br />

Re ichert, Ruth 206<br />

Reid,Ty 249<br />

Reinert,Steve 112,246<br />

Remley, Dan 183<br />

Reusch,Carolyn 218<br />

Reuss, Lothar 288<br />

Reynalds,Ozy 135<br />

Reynolds,Scott 241<br />

Reynolds, Tom 250<br />

Reznikoff,Simon 119<br />

Rhoads, Cherie 202<br />

Rice, Dick 244<br />

Rice, Kenneth 288<br />

Rice, Tinalee 210<br />

Richards ,Annette 216<br />

Richardson, Gayle 288<br />

Rico, Dave 237<br />

Ridout, Bob 228<br />

Rieg,Connie 288<br />

Rife,Gerald 132,135,288<br />

Riggs, Randy 244<br />

Rilea ,C Iyde 179<br />

Riley,Gavin 179,181<br />

Riley,John Michael 288<br />

Riley,Ree 288<br />

Rindone,Jennie 119<br />

Rindone,John 119<br />

Ripko,John 234<br />

Rippy,Clara 108<br />

Roach,Ron 34,133,135,237,288<br />

Roark,Michael288<br />

Robbins, Phil 229<br />

Roberts, Carol 216,288<br />

Roberts,Chris 191,248<br />

Roberts, George 168,171,288<br />

Roberts, Lois 220,288<br />

Roberts,Mike 248<br />

Robertson ,Daniel 288<br />

Robe rtson, Dr. Frank 29,37<br />

Robertson, Kay 108<br />

Robertson,Mike 228<br />

Robinson ,Dick 234<br />

Robinson ,Dr. Dudley H. 27<br />

Robinson, Randy 229<br />

Robinson,Rita 110<br />

Robles,laura 216<br />

Roche,Kathy 110,128<br />

Rock,Dianne 218<br />

Rockwood, Richard 230<br />

Roe, Carolyn 288<br />

Roe, Larry 127<br />

Roesch, Sally 106<br />

Rogers,Bonnie 129<br />

Rogers,Joe 173,258<br />

Rogers,<strong>San</strong>dy 116,212<br />

Rohfleisch, Pete 236<br />

Rohlf,Judy 220<br />

Rohlinger,Bob 128<br />

Rohwedder ,Mary 288<br />

Roisman,Jadi 204<br />

Rolan,Pat 126,214<br />

Roletto, Kathy 212<br />

Roman, Judy 222<br />

Romero, George 236<br />

Romero, Pat 183<br />

Romero, Renette 288<br />

Roppe,Roger 37,137,241<br />

Rosen,Mark 114,253<br />

Rosenberger, Paul 238,288<br />

Rosene,Vernan C. 17,36,37,157<br />

Ross, Debbie 223<br />

Ross, Jack 176<br />

Ross, Susan 220<br />

Ross,Susie 222<br />

Rossi ,Carol 255<br />

Rossman ,M ike 252<br />

Rossman,Su50n 108<br />

Ros50,Morio 288<br />

Rost, Norman 144<br />

Rosten,Diane 137,214<br />

Rosten, Joan 106<br />

Roston,Rick 245<br />

Rotchstein,Jonice 83,106<br />

Rause,Josephine 288<br />

Rowe ,Stan 114<br />

Rowley,Philip B. 288<br />

Roy, Welton 288<br />

Royal,Don 157,160<br />

Royalty,Vicki 117<br />

Ruhwedder ,Mary Ann 106<br />

Ruia,Dr. Harry 128<br />

Rullo,Dona 108<br />

Rumsey, Kathy 208<br />

Runyan,Cynthia 225<br />

Rupe,Jim 184,188<br />

Rupp,William 288<br />

Rusch, Rodger, 123<br />

Russell,Dick 232<br />

Russell ,Harriett 288<br />

Ruth,Robert 114<br />

Ruthford,Barbara 118<br />

Ruthfard ,Joanne 130<br />

Rutledge,Penny 34,200,206,<br />

277,288<br />

Ruzich,Jahn 194<br />

Ryden,Carol 108<br />

Ryland, Ray 288<br />

Ryland,Sheldon 288<br />

Soda, Dan 184,188<br />

Saddington,Hugh 242<br />

Saffel,PhiI125,232,288<br />

Saigh,Dr. William 36,123<br />

Sailing,Adam 288<br />

Salman,Ellen 216<br />

Salmon,Rex 37,132,135,288<br />

Samovar, Dr. Larry 149<br />

Sams,Elizabeth 225,288<br />

<strong>San</strong>born ,Gayle 224<br />

<strong>San</strong>ders, Joan 204<br />

<strong>San</strong>ders, Susan 208<br />

<strong>San</strong>derson, Virginia 255<br />

<strong>San</strong>dstrom, An ito 288<br />

<strong>San</strong>dstrom, Jerome 288<br />

<strong>San</strong>tos ,Mary 288<br />

Sarborough ,Mari Iyn 289<br />

Sarfan,Sheldon 252<br />

Sargeant ,Bob 230<br />

Sariego, Isabella 289<br />

Sasse ,Jerry 229<br />

Saunders,Joe 193<br />

Sawade,Lynn 218<br />

Saxton,Jim 236<br />

Seal i, Tam 232<br />

Scarborough, Lynford 289<br />

Scarbrough, Dr. Pau I 151<br />

Schaffner ,Kathy 216<br />

Scheetz,Judy 106<br />

Schereling,Dave 289<br />

Schilbe,Anne 289<br />

Schirmer,Dan 191<br />

S·chlatter,Dan 228<br />

Schmekel ,Gordy 236<br />

Schmidt ,Erin 41,137,212<br />

Schmitz, Dennis Bertha 138<br />

Schnautz, Jeanne 128<br />

Schneider,Gary 149<br />

Schneider,John 183<br />

Schneider ,Susie 213<br />

Schneider, Vicki 126,212<br />

Schnick,Karen 210,289<br />

Schnitzer, Joann 108<br />

Scholefield, Pat 108<br />

Schall,Jack 228<br />

Schoonover ,Ann 289<br />

Schrock,Carolyn 221<br />

Schrock,Joline 108,289<br />

Schraeder,Nancy 121<br />

Sc hrupp, James 135<br />

Schrupp,Dr. Manfred 21<br />

Schultz, Dick 246<br />

Schultz,Judith 204<br />

Schultz, Ted 112<br />

Schulz,Fred 131<br />

Schutzman, Ilene 204<br />

Schwartz,Myra 42,212<br />

Schwartz,Roberta 204,289<br />

Schweitzer, Gary 232<br />

Schwilk,Sylvia 289<br />

Scott,Barbara 110,115<br />

Scott ,Bill 248<br />

Scott, Frank 189<br />

Scatt,Jim 112,115,171<br />

Seagers,Mark 131<br />

Seccombe,Ann 106<br />

Seely,John 233<br />

Seeman,Alan 289<br />

Seewald,Ralph 124<br />

Seibert ,Carolyn 110<br />

Seibert, L. R. 289<br />

Seid,Joan 289<br />