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THE COVER: In the early days of Brigham Young Academy, Karl G. Maeser often 
compared the school to a Banyan tree, whose branches send out numerous aerial roots 
that reach down to the soil and give rise to new trunks, thus covering an ever-expanding 
area. This comparison made a particular appeal to the 1914 Studentbody Vice-president 
Belle Wilson, who submitted the name Banyan as a winning entry in the yearbook 
contest to name the book. 

On the cover of the 1965 Banyan, artist Mike Graves has attempted to depict 
the ever-widening influence of BYU as symbolized by the Banyan tree design. The 
trunk represents the body of the University; the top and horizontal branches represent 
the continuing growth of the school in the form of scholastic and spiritual matters; the 
branches that take root away from the mother trunk are indicative of the individuals 
that leave the University but forever retain physical, intellectual, and spiritual ties. 



Contents 



introduction 



The Valley 
The University 
The Students 



academics 



Administration 

Colleges 

Student Awards 

Alumni 

Stakes 

Speakers 

Assemblies 



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Published and copyrighted May, 
1965 by the Associated Students of 
Brigham Young University, Provo, 
Utah. Volume 5 1 . 



Homecoming 
Cougar Days 
Preferred Men 
Winter Carnival 



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International Week 
Engineering Week 
Elections 
Belle of the Y 
Songfest 
Junior Prom 
Y Day 

Wilkinson Center 
Other Events 
Student Government 
Program Bureau 
Studio, Press 
Women's Week 
Student Life 
Daily Universe 
Banyan 



Service 

Departmental 
Geographical 
Special Interest 
Housing 



fine arts 



Introduction 
Lyceums 
Theater 
Music 



sports 



Pep Groups 

Football 

Cross Country 

Wrestling 

Skiing 

Hockey 

Soccer 

Gymnastics 

Rodeo 

Golf 

Basketball 

Baseball 

Track 

Tennis 

Volleyball 

Bowling 

Intramurals 




Freshmen 

Sophomores 

Juniors 

Seniors 

Senior Nurses 

Engineers 

Graduates 



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Hello Gonzalez, Editor 

Andrea Lee, Associate Editor 

Kay Ferrell, Managing Editor 

Lynn Tanner, Business Manager 

Merwin G. Fairbanks, Advisor 

COPY: Rosemary Henley, Editor; Fern Alice 
Smith, Lydia Powers, Donna LaValley 
Dorothy Hall. LAYOUT: Jeane Wool- 
fenden. Editor; Dennis Bush PHOTO- 
GRAPHY: Galen Gadd, Head Photogra- 
pher; Marjorie Norris, Lab Technician; 
Spencer Lewis, Norman Smith, Jaron Sum- 
mers. ORGANIZATIONS: Susan Watts 
FINE ARTS: Cathy Stock. CLASSES: Mig- 
non McCracken, Sheila Knight. ADMINIS- 
TRATION; JoDee Madsen. INDEXING- 
Marilyn Jensen. SPORTS: Douglas Wixom 
Glay Homer. ACTIVITIES: Janet Dahl 



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In the Fall of 1776 Father Francisco Escalante and his 
party, the first white men to visit Utah Valley, reached 
the shores of the 30-mile long Utah Lake on their his- 
toric quest of a shorter route from Santa Fe, New Mexi- 
co, to Monterrey, California. The explorers were fasci- 
nated by the richness of the land and they described it 
as "The most pleasant, beautiful, and fertile in all New 
Spain." Seventy-one years latter, the valley's beauty 
and fertility attracted another group: the Mormon pio- 
neers, who after their hazardous trek across the Great 
Plains came to explore the plush basin, and soon there- 
after began its colonization. 

Today, like many areas of the West, Utah Valley is 
a land of contrasts. Clustered in the wide valleys and on 
the level plains are the devices of modern civilization, 
but the outstanding scenery has changed little. One has 
only to travel a few miles in any direction to reach prim- 
itive, virgin terrain, that remains much as it was when 
first viewed by the early explorers and settlers. The 
abundance of water, wild game, rich soil, and rugged 
terrain ... all combine to provide a great variety of 
agricultural and recreational opportunities. ^ ntinued 



"The Most 



Utah Lake (right) is a favorite 
spot of water sports enthusiasts. 
The colorful sunsets are often re- 
corded on film and canvas. 

Utah Valley' (below) as viewed 
from the top of the mountains 
that form Prove Canyon. High- 
way 189 winds towards Provo. 




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The Most Beautiful Valley 



continued 



A CITY OF OPPORTUNITIES 




Downtown Provo (above) still 
has the charm and peace of a 
small city. Cultural opportunities 
equal those of mucJi larger cities. 



Horticulturists around the Provo 
area have made Utah County the 
leader in the state in the produc- 
tion of apples, pears and peaches. 




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In 1825 a young French-Canadian trapper by the name 
of Etienne Provost came into the territory to explore 
the valley which one day was to become a rich agricul- 
tural center. It was this relatively unknown woodsman 
for whom Provo City, originally known as Fort Utah, 
and later simply as Provo, was named. Provo, the county 
seat of Utah County, is also the third largest city in the 
state with a population of over 40,000. Although a city 
of cultural and religious organizations, education and 
industry, perhaps Provo's biggest claim to national rec- 
ognition is its distinction as the residence of Brigham 
Young University, the largest religious affiliated school 
in the United States. 



Boats for rent (below) line the 
shore of Provo River. Famous for 
the abundance of trout, the river 
draws anglers from all states. 




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The old Grant library 
now provides space for 
f^ offices, classrooms, and 
a museum. 



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The Dream That 
Became a Reality 



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ith the advice to "not teach even the alphabet or the 
multipKcation tables without the Spirit of God," Karl G. 
Maeser, Brigham Young Academy's first principal, assum- 
ed his duties in 1875 over 29 pupils. Nine years later, a fire 
totally destroyed the school, but classes stubbornly contin- 
ued in a warehouse until the new academy building was com- 
pleted. Years passed, enrollment increased, and in 1903 the 
Academy became a University. As further expansion be- 
came necessary, a site was selected on a hill overlooking 
the lake and the valley. 

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This aerial view shows most of 

the 100 buildings and facilities 

J that make up the campus today. 



The new Clark library 
with five levels has fa- 
cilities for more than 
1,000,000 volumes. 



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The Dream That Became a Reahty continued 




NEW BUILDINGS AND MORE TO COME 




The new Ernest L. Wilkinson 
Center (above) is the social hub 
of the university. Facilities in- 
clude bowling lanes, dining 
rooms, bookstore, post office, 
and more. The Franklin S. Har- 
ris Fine Arts Center (below left) 
is the largest academic building 
on campus. 



Honoring- the visionary man who foresaw through con- 
struction delays the "many more" structures to come, the 
Maeser Memorial Building was the first edifice on what is 
now known as "upper campus." Beginning with this $110,- 
000 building, "upper campus" has expanded to its present 
size of some 100 permanent structures. The University to- 
day presents a campus orderly covered with some of the 
finest facilities to be of fered anywhere in the country. As 
the destiny of a great university comes closer and closer to 
becoming a reality, one cannot help but be awed by such 
buildings as the mammoth fine arts center, the all-steel 
football stadium, or the seven million dollar student cen- 
ter. The clean-cut studentbody has grown to almost 18,000 
and graduates are vigorously pursued by employers who 
honor their reputation for hard work and integrity. Not 
satisfied with the complimentary rating the school now pos- 
sesses, administrative officials continue to plan for im- 
provement and growth, always seeking out faculty and 
students who truly exemplify the ideology of the Church. 

continued 



During the past year, the new 



football stadium (below) at- 
tracted the largest sporting au- 
diences in Utah history. Here 
fans flock to the stadium to see 
the Homecoming football game. 




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AND TRADITIONS 

TO LIVE FOREVER 

With school growth, traditions have been formed, and 
are being- formed, to stand as much a part of the Univer- 
sity as the concrete structures housing the vast educational 
f acihties. High astride the mountain to the east is the huge, 
block Y, symbolizing the near-tangible feeling designated 
as "The Spirit of the Y." Anyone fortunate enough— and 
brave enough— to become engaged or pinned encouters the 
inevitable rite of being dunked into any available body of 
water, including Utah Lake, and the infamous Botany Pond. 
After an athletic victory, the aged, bronze Y-bell atop the 
tower overlooking the fieldhouse, clangs forth the welcome 
tidings of conquest. Win or lose, the teams are always ac- 
companied by an upright, furry creature known as Cosmo. 





Hundreds of students help 
whitewash the Y block once 
a year during Y Day. 



The old Y-BelU cracked and 
recast, still retains its clear, 
victorious tone. 



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The Dream That Became a Reahty continued 









Avid interest is reflected in the 
faces of BYU students in all activ- 
ities, whether their roles are of 
spectators or participants. 




the sponsorship of classes, 
, and campus organizations, 
was ahrays somewhere to 
d something to do and see. 



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17,800 Students Represented 
Sixty 

J Behind all traditions, and giving life to a university 

f^ • are the students. In 1964-65 at BYU, with 95 percent of the 

I .OUnrflCS total enrollment possessing membership in the Church of 

^^^^ **A-".*-i. J.WCF Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, there existed a common 

bond among the students that could hardly be equaled by 
any other school. Arriving from all 50 states and 59 foreign 
countries, the 17,800 students registered were split into 6,258 
freshmen, 3,884 sophomores, 3,224 juniors, 2,887 senior 84 
fifth year students, and 1,463 graduate students. 



With one more day of classes be- 
hind them students walk in the 
last rays of the setting sun to- 
wards home, supper, and studies. 



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17,800 Students Represented Sixty Countries continued 






8;238 COEDS 



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One of 8,238 coeds on campus, the BYU woman 
played an important role in the life of the University. 
Whether she was wearing- "grubbies" or a floor-length 
gown, reading David Reisman or Charles Shultz, all it 
took was a wrinkled-up nose and a quizzical g-rin to 
convince the opposite sex that it would be a dull, dull 
world without her. In the classroom, this baffling, ver- 
satile creature showed her worth academically as gray 
eyes covered by green tinted contact lenses fastened 
attentively on the instructor. Yet, a university education 
is but one step in the training of a woman. Outside of 
class, whether it was dorm life with thirty-eight sisters 
on the floor, or apartment living with six "roomies", 
there was an invaluable education taking place in the 
art of understanding people. It was this knowledge that 
assisted in preparing the coed for her future role in 
society as a wife and mother. 




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17,800 Students 

continued 



9,562 MEN 





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Tall broad-shouldered athletes; studious intellect- 
uals with furrowed brows; green freshmen; smiling 
poised blazer boys; and various others— men of all 
types, shapes, and sizes were to be found at the Y 9 562 
strong. Of this total, 2,500 indicated their marital status 
with an "M". Slightly half of them were returned mis- 
sionaries, having taken two or two and a half years out 
of their busy lives to donate time for a self-imposed 
obligation of helping the proselytizing efforts of the 
Church. And so it was that upper classmen at the Y 
were as an average, slightly older than their counter- 
parts m other universities and accounted for a more 
mature studentbody. Even those who had not been on 
missions were influenced by the many young men who 
traveled m foreign countries; meeting and talking with 
the common people, learning their language, and learn- 
ing to love them. In all, BYU men came from 60 coun- 
tries and added to the cosmopolitan air of the campus 





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Hugh B. Brown, First Councelor in 
the First Presidency of the Church, 
was also First Vicepresident of the 
Board of Trustees of Brigham Young 

University. 



David 0. McKay, President of the 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Samts also acted as President of 
the Board of Trustees of Brigham 
Young University. 



Nathan Eldon Tanner, Second Coun- 
celor in the First Presidency of the 
Church, and Second Vicepresident of 
the Board of Trustees of Brigham 
Young University. 



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Gordon B. Hinckley 




Joseph Fielding Smith 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Ernest L. Wilkinson, President 



THE PAST YEAR 



JL\| ineteen hundred and sixty-five was 
the year at BYU when a large portion 
of the University's destinies became 
realities. While the school will con- 
tinue to improve its facilities and grad- 
ually increase enrollment, the year 
marked a plateau of which many aspects 
have been in the planning stages for 
some 14 years. Newly opened for opera- 
tion were the new Wilkinson Center 
(comparable to a student union build- 
ing), five seven-story Deseret Dorms, 
the Harris Fine Arts Center, an exten- 
sion to the George Albert Smith Field- 
house, already the largest in the West- 



ern Athletic Conference, and the all 
steel 26,000 seat football stadium. Still 
under construction was the new Stephen 
L Richards Physical Education Build- 
ing, with four gyms, three swimming 
pools and many other useful facilities. 
It was in 1950, with the appoint- 
ment of a dynamic attorney-educator. 
Dr. Ernest L. Wilkinson, as President 
of Brigham Young University, that 
much of today's reality began. It has 
been under President Wilkinson that 
the BYU campus, faculty, studentbody, 
curriculum, and academic organization 
were integrated into one of the world's 



important universities. Eighty of the 
present 100 buildings of the spacious 
campus were built during his adminis- 
tration. Because of the great emphasis 
he placed on scholarship. President Wil- 
kinson was instrumental in completely 
revising the curriculum: the original 
five colleges were expanded into 12; an 
Air Force ROTC unit was organized; 
and the two year certificate and doc- 
toral programs were inaugurated. In 
January of 1964, Dr. Wilkinson re- 
signed his office at BYU to seek the 
Utah Senate nomination; a close defeat 
was followed by his reappointment as 



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President in December, 1964. 

During the first semester of 1964-65, 
Dr. Earl C. Crockett, with a background 
in various fields of education, filled the 
office of Acting President. With ap- 
parent ease and confidence, he showed 
a keen insight into the problems of a 
progressive university, and with the 
reappointment of President Wilkinson, 
assumed his former duties as Academic 
Vice-President, a post newly created for 
him eight years ago. The title of Acting 
Chancellor was held by Dr. Harvey L. 
Taylor until the president's return. His 
duties consisted of over-seeing the Uni- 
fied Church School System and partici- 
pating as an active member of the 
Church Board of Education. His second 
semester post was that of Administrator 
of all Church schools except BYU. 

BYU's future has an even rosier 
tint. While the studentbody growth is 
intentionally being slowed down, there 
are tentative plans for a Life Science 
Building and an addition to the Jesse 
Knight Building. The principle of seek- 
ing out the best of faculty and students 
for the University will endure as fu- 
ture destinies become realities. 




Dr. Earl C. Crockett, Academic Vice-president 



Dr. Harvey L. Taylor, Church Schools Administrator 




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VICE PRESIDENTS 



Ben E. Lewis 




A former Junior Class President and 
Studentbody President of BYU, Ben E. 
Lewis is currently serving under the 
title of Vice President of Auxiliary and 
Communications Services. Included in 
this organizational structure are hous- 
ing, food services, mail service, Wilkin- 
son Center, laundry, dairy products la- 
boratory, and the newly created Divi- 
sion of Communications Services which 
integrates the press, motion picture stu- 
dio, radio and television. Educational 
Media Services, and the Photo Studio. 
He is also a member of the BYU Ad- 
ministrative Council and Vice -Chair- 
man and Secretary of the Campus Plan- 
ning Committee. Besides his numerous 
duties involving the University, he still 
finds the time to serve the Church as 
President of the East Sharon Stake. 






Clyde D. Sandgren 



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Joseph T. Bentley 



Living in Chihuahua, Mexico, the 
son of a merchant who was once held 
captive by Pancho Villa, Joseph T. 
Bentley attended grade school in Mexi- 
co during the country's revolution. In 
1924 he came to Provo and was gradu- 
ated by BYU in accounting four years 
later, having worked his way through 
college. After working in New York 
and attending Columbia University 
part-time, he returned to Mexico and 
taught at the Juarez Academy. Employ- 
ment with Mexican and American 
Smelting Companies and later with his 
own accounting offices, as well as the 
position of Principal of Roosevelt High 
School, helped to form Brother Bent- 
ley's background for the post of head 
of BYU's accounting department in 
1955. At the present time he is serving 
the University and Unified Church 
School System as Comptroller. 




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Receiving his early education in the 
Provo Public Schools, Clyde D. Sand- 
gren afterwards earned his B.S. from 
BYU. Following advanced work at 
New York University and JuUiard 
School of Music, he received his LL.B. 
from the law school at St. John's Uni- 
versity. As Vice-President and General 
Counsel of the University, Brother 
Sandgren's responsibilities include all 
legal and insurance matters for BYU, 
Ricks College, and the Juarez Academy. 
He serves as Vice- Chairman of the 
BYU Athletic Council, handling con- 
tracts and legal matters pertaining to 
the University and the Unified Church 
School System. Vice-President Sand- 
gren is also Secretary of the Church 
Board of Education and the BYU Board 
of Trustees with their respective Exe- 
cutive Committees, and oversees all re- 
lationships with radio and television 
stations. 



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J. Elliot Cameron 

Dean of Students 




Ariel S. BalUf 

Foreign Students 
Acting Dean 




DEAN OF STUDENTS AND STAFF 



Vern H. Jensen 

Counseling Director 






DarreU Moses 

Academic Standards 



Klea Worsley 

Councelor for Women 



Lyie Curtis 

Y Center Director 



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Merwin G. Fairbanks 

Student Publications 



LaVar Rockwood 

Assistant Y Center Director 
in charge of Student Activities 



Kenneth Lauritzen 

University Standards 






Betty Kane 

Scheduling 



Jay Eitner 

Y Center Business Manager 



Curtis Wynder 

Y Center Building Services 






Alma W. King 

Personnel Services 



Addie Jean Fuhriman 

Activities Advisor 



Cloyd C. Hofheins 

Health Center Director 



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COLLEGE OF BIOLOGICAL AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES 



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Dr. Rudger H. Walker, Dean of the 
colleee, has also been active in the 
development of universities in several 
foreign countries. 




MORE STUDENTS 
AND 

MORE BUILDINGS 



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I uclear explosion studies, building 
construction, and an increase of 19% in 
enrollment were some of the highlights 
of the year in the College of Biologi- 
cal and Agricultural Sciences. 

The studies of the effects of radia- 
tion on animal life and their seasonal 
movements were conducted at the Ne- 
vada test site on contract between the 
Atomic Energy Commission and the De- 
partment of Zoology and Entomology 
of the college. Dr. Dorald AUred, di- 
rector of the studies stated that, among 
other things, these showed that certain 
animals are more susceptible to disease 
when exposed to radiation. The com- 
pletion of the studies, which began in 
1959 has resulted in the publication of 
about 60 reports on everything from 
grasshoppers to mule deer. 

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Students prepare insect and frog 
organs for an experiment in the 
study of digestive enzymes. 




DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN. Front row: Ernest F. Reimschussel, Horticulture; Ray Farnsworth, Agronomy; R. Phil Shumway, Animal 
Husbandry. Second row: Ivan Corbridge, Agricultural Economics; Richard Sagers, Bacteriology; Earl M. Christiansen, Botany. Not pictured: 
D. Elden Beck, Zoology. 




MORE STUDENTS AND MORE BUILDINGS continued 




Diane Anderson operates the electron microscope used for research in bacteria 
and viruses. The microscope is capable of magnifying 60,000 times. 



Neu • lab building (below) expanded facilities of the College. 




Seven departaments 
— many areas 



The largest of the construction pro- 
jects was a new laboratory building lo- 
cated at 800 North and 500 East. The 
6,624-scjuare feet building includes five 
laboratory rooms and two offices. Be- 
ginning classes in zoology and botany 
did their lab work in the new structure 
at the rate of 2500 students per week. 
The new laboratories were not enough 
to cope with the increase in enrollment, 
and classrooms in the old Brimhall 
Building were remodeled to be used in 
lab work. In spite of this, all available 
facilities were being used to a maxi- 
mum in order to accomodate the large 
number of students enrolled in both 
day and night classes. 

Another project was the construc- 
tion of new greenhouses adjacent to the 
Cluff Plant Science Building. These 
were divided into separate rooms with 
summer and winter controls to provide 
precise regulation of environmental 
conditions in growing plants, and were 
used for student laboratory work and 
research projects. 

Dr. Rudger H. Walker, dean of the 
college, has played a prominent role in 
the development of colleges and univer- 
sities in several foreign countries. In- 
cluded among these were the American 
University of Beirut, Lebanon; Tehran 
University in Iran; Kasetsart University 
in Thailand; and the Arab Develop- 
ment Society School for Boys in Jericho, 
Jordan. For the past ten years Dean 
Walker has served as a member of the 
Board of Trustees of the American Uni- 
versity of Beirut. 

The college is divided into seven 
departments: Bacteriology, Botany, 
Zoology and Entomology, Agricultural 
Economics, Agronomy, Animal Science, 
and Horticulture. Among the projects 
within these departments was the con- 
struction of a boat house at the mouth 
of Provo River on Utah Lake to house 
the large boat used in marine plant 
and animal studies on the lake. There 
was also a study on the physiology of 
micro-organisms to determine the mech- 
anism of certain enzyme reactions in 
living cells, and new discoveries were 
made concerning human blood consti- 
tutents responsible for immunity reac- 
tions following an attack of micro- 
organisms or treatment with a vaccine. 



Using one of their own, students conduct an experiment as they take metabolic rate with oxygen metabolator. 




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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 



Dean of the College 
of Business, Dr. Weldon J. Taylor con- 
tinued to keep abreast of the newest 
concepts in education. 




DEMAND FOR BUSINESS GRADS 



fflGHER THAN SUPPLY 



JDrigham Young University's College 
of Business continued to attract the at- 
tention of employers throughout the 
country during 1965. As the demand 
for young men and women with the 
skills and knowledge to fill positions of 
responsibility in the field of business 
increased, employers came to B.Y.U. to 
offer graduates of the college enticing 
jobs with higher-than-average salaries. 
This was not only a measure of the 
quality of the graduates, but also a 
compliment to the college considered 
one of the best in the country. 

Organized in 1921, the College of 
Business has grown both academically, 



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and physically to a present estimated 
enrollment of 1500. Largely responsi- 
ble for the progress and fame of the 
college is the fact that it has always 
kept abreast of the newest concepts in 
education. The college was one of the 
first to recognize the dangers of course 
proliferation and proceeded to simplify 
its offerings into a group of basic 
courses, it was also one of the first to 
use the case-study-method of teaching. 
The courses offered by the college 
are included in the following depart- 
ments: Business Education, Business 
Management, Accounting, Statistics, 
and Economics. All offer relevant 



knowledge, but also teach professional 
skills excellently and emphasize them. 
Computative skills such as accounting 
and statistics, are considered sound 
foundations for advanced training, but 
the arts of making decisions, and deal- 
ing with human problems in adminis- 
tration are also emphasized. 

In October, the college sponsored 
its second annual "College Careers 
Day," featuring speakers who discussed 
career opportunities and problems in 
the business field. Scheduled for June 
of 1965 was the "Management Confer- 
ence," when business men will come to 
campus, not to lecture, but as students. 

continued 




Spacious classrooms an other facilities 
made both teaching and learning easier. 



DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN. Front row: Richard B. Wirthlin, Economics; Sterling Sessions, Business Management; Max 
L. Waters, Business Education. Back row: Bryce B. Orton, Accounting; Melvin W. Carter. Statistics. 




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DEMAND FOR BUSINESS GRADS continued 

Avant-garde ^ 

methods responsible 



The departments of the college are 
affiliated with several national frater- 
nities and organizations designed to fur- 
ther student interest and participation, 
among them are: Business Education, 
Phi Chi Theta, National Society for 
Business Management, Beta Alpha Phi, 
Economics, and Omicron Delta Epsilon. 

Much of the progress of the college 
during the last seven years, has been 
due to the efforts of Dean Weldon J. 
Taylor, a nationally recognized author- 
ity on marketing and market research. 
Dean Taylor earned his BS. at BYU, 
MBA from Harvard, and Ph.D. from 
New York University. He was appoint- 
ed to his present position in 1957 and 
since then the college has benefited 
from his experience and avant-garde ad- 
ministration. During the year of 1963- 
64 Dr. Taylor served as Ford Founda- 
tion Consultant with the National In- 
stitute of Management Development 
of the United Arab Republic at Cairo. 



Business Education student (right) 
transcribes letter after taking it down 
in shorthand. 




An Accounting 355 instructor (right) 
explains the intricacies of wiring a 
panel for an IBM 407 accounting ma- 
chine. 




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Temporarily baffled by a problem in 
business forecasting. Statistics 330 stu- 
dents (above) pause to ponder over 
solution. 



Students in Accounting 301 lab (right) 
team up to work on depreciation arid 
depletion problems. 




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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



LEARNING TO TEACH 



Dean Antone K. Romney has made 
comparative studies in the field of edu- 
cation in Europe, Russia. Japan. Korea, 
United Arab Republic, arid ten African 
countries. 



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'nder the deanship of Antone K. 
Romney, the College of Education 
sought to improve the quaht)- of service 
for prospective teachers by reorganizing 
the college into four effective depart- 
ments: The Laboratory School coordi- 
nated by Lowell Thomson; the Depart- 
ment of Teacher Education, whose 
chairman was Dr. Stephen Alley; the 
Experimental Educational Programs, 
headed by Dr. Glen Ovard; and the 
Graduate Department of Education, 
chairmanned by Dr. Robert L. Egbert. 
The Graduate and Teacher Education 
Departments supervised all sequence 
courses leading to teaching certification 
as well as to graduate degrees. 

Courses of study leading to the 
various degrees and certificates in pro- 
fessional education are accredited by 
the outstanding accreditation associa- 
tions in the nation and are designed to 
assist educational personnel to carry out 
training programs which prepare teach- 
ers to aid students in each age level to 
develop and build their sidlls. With a 
total enrollment of 2,081, approximate- 
ly 900 graduate students, and a faculty 
of 1 1 5 for the year, the College of Edu- 
cations renders through Brigham Young 
Universit)- one of the greatest services 
which the universit)' may provide. 

Dean of the college, Antone K. 
Romney, who was born in Chihuahua, 
Mexico, received his B.S. and M.S. de- 
grees in education from B.Y.U., did 
graduate work at the L'niversity of Chi- 
cago and Columbia L'niversity, and re- 
ceived his doctorate from Stanford. He 
has served during his career as a teach- 
er, principal, counselor, professor. Dean 
of Students, and presently Dean of the 

College of Education. 

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Education students must learn many 
things: Planning and sanding are skills 
that will help this future teacher to 
answer the many questions asked by 
inquisitive pupils. 



DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN, left to right: 
Glen Ovard, Experimental Education Pro- 
grams; Stephen Alley, Teacher Education; 
Lowell Thompson, Laboratory Schools; Ro- 
bert L. Egbert, Graduate Education. 




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LEARNING TO TEACH continued 




New 
Programs Initiated 



Two projects particularly worthy of 
note instituted by the Department of 
Teacher Education during the year 
were the Indian Program which trains 
students to teach Indians all over 
the nation, and a fourth-year student 
teaching internship, which allows stu- 
dents to earn a salary during their stu- 
dent-teaching experience. Also during 
the school year, a revisitation was made 
by Dr. Nathanial H. Evers, a represen- 
tative for the National Council for Ac- 
creditation, who was reportedly well 
pleased with the new organization and 
operation of the college. Many other 
special events and projects such as 
workshops, discussion groups, and spe- 
cial conferences were brought to the 
campus by the college in performance 
of its function of leadership in educa- 
tion in the intermountain area. 



An education student works hard to 
achieve the good penmanship that is a 
must for elementary education teachers. 



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Education students must spend many 
hours in the McKay Building lab pre- 
paring signs, posters, maps, and other 
visual aids. 




Student teacher Margaret Smith perches atop playground equipment as she 
observes and supervises children in the Human Development Laboratory. 




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mimtiiiMiiiwiiB 



COLLEGE OF FAMILY LIVING 



World traveler, educator , and interna- 
tional leader. Dr. Virginia Cutler guid- 
ed the College of Family Living. 




EARLY CONCEPTS TAUGHT TODAY 



In the early days of the Church, Mor- 
mon mothers brought New England 
concepts of thrift, industry, cleanliness, 
and management into their homes. The 
influence of their idealism about home 
and family life persists to this day. 
August, 1879 marked the beginning of 
organized homemaking education in the 
Church schools when Dr. Karl G. Mae- 
ser, Principal of Brigham Young Acad- 
emy, employed a daughter of Brigham 
Young, Zina Young Williams, to teach 
the classes. In 1880, a new building 
was constructed and the Ladies Work 
Department was alloted space in the 
basement. By 1895, six courses were 



listed in the catalog. 

Today, the College of Family Living 
under the direction of Dean Virginia F. 
Cutler offers ninty courses in the four 
major departments of Clothing and 
Textiles, Margaret P. Childs, chairman; 
Food and Nutrition, Marion Bennion, 
chairman; Family Life Education, 
Blaine R. Porter, chairman; and Hous- 
ing and Home Management, Jeniev 
Poulson, chairman. The Joseph F. 
Smith Family Living Center houses the 
facilities for the training where about 
eleven hundred students are registered 
as majors, and another 4300 students 
take service courses to supplement 
other majors. 

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Food laboratories (right) provide prac- 
tical learning situations for students 
majoring in foods and nutrition. 




Department heads attend meeting in Dean Cutler's inner office. (Left to right) Virginia Poulson, Homemaking Education- 
Jenniev Poulson, Housing and Home Management; Blaine R. Porter, Family Life Education; Marion Bennion Foods and 
Nutrition; arid Margaret P. Childs, Clothing and Textiles. 




EARLY CONCEPTS continued 



Events and Goals 



The College of Family Living is 
associated with the student professional 
organization Sigma Delta Omicron and 
the national honorary Omicron Nu. 
Several events which these organiza- 
tions sponsored during the course of 
the year were the annual Career Days 
Program for high school students, the 
"Christmas Around the World" festi- 
val, the annual College of Family Liv- 
ing Lecture, and Honors Night. The 
college itself sponsored several projects 
throughout the summer to extend fam- 
ily living concepts into the community. 
These projects included the annual 
Family Life Conference attended in 
1964 by eight hundred men and women, 
the annual Homem.akers Roundup at- 
tended by 350 women leaders, and the 
annual College of Family Living Ad- 
visory Council meeting of church and 
community agencies. 

Goals set for this year included im- 
proving research facilities with labora- 
tories for nutrition and advanced tex- 
tile study, equipping Child Develop- 
ment laboratories with hearing devices, 
up-grading the facilty as the percentage 
of faculty members with Ph.D. degrees 
increased, and preparing for the centen- 
nial of the college in 1978 by develop- 
ing the college into one of the finest 
centers in the nation for academic train- 
ing in family living. 





Students learn about clothing design and construction in one of the eight 
clothing and textile laboratories. 



Nursery child (left) practices her beau- 
tician techniques on the coiffure of a 
patient student teacher. 



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Students (right) ponder over informa- 
tion presented by the teacher in their 
^'Achieving Sucess in Marriage" class. 




Students of housing and home management (below) discuss the problems 
involved in family finance during a "buzz" session. 




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COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS 



Conan E. Mathews was named Dean of 
the College of Fine Arts and Communi- 
cations in 1959 and since then, a large 
part of his time has been devoted to the 
development of the Harris Fine Arts 
Center. 




ARTISTS WELCOME 



NEW BUILDESTG 



Under the capable direction of Dean 
Conan E. Mathews, the College of 
Fine Arts and Communications finally 
attained its long-awaited goal, a Fine 
Arts Center on BYU campus. This mag- 
nificent structure for the arts was dedi- 
cated on April 3, 1965 and named in 
honor of the late Franklin S. Harris, 
President of BYU from 1921-1945. 
The coming of the largest academic 
building on campus has meant increased 
interest and activity in areas previously 
unknown to many students, and 35 per 
cent of all enrolled took classes in the 
beautiful new building. 

The Art Department, under the 
chairmanship of Dr. Richard Gunn 
witnessed an enrollment increase from 
935 to 1,119 for the 1965 school year. 
This department displays such out- 
standing exhibits as the SI, 000,000 art 

continued 



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DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN: Richard L. Gunn, Art; Crawford Gates, Music; Morris 
Clinger, Speech; Harold I. Hansen, Dramatic Arts; Oliver R. Smith, Communications. 



In an advanced ceramics class a student concentrates on his work. Forming processes from construction and throwing, to 
glazing and the final product, are taught. 




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ARTISTS WELCOME NEW BUILDING continued 



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New facilities 



expand knowledge 



estate of Mahonri Young, a grandson 
of Brigham Young. The department 
offers courses of study in commercial 
art, interior design, painting, print mak 
ing, crafts, sculpture, and ceramics. 

Heading the Music Department was 
Dr. Crawford Gates. Along with 79 
professors, instructors and part-time 
graduate, and special instructors. Dr. 
Gates directed the studies of 296 music 
majors. Students of music not only 
studied theory and history, but applied 
their knowledge in 140 scheduled pro- 
grams. The attendence at the programs 
increased to about 12,000 persons per 
month with the completion of the arts 
center. 

Opening its season with "Lamp at 
Midnight," the Dramatic Arts Depart- 
ment, headed by Dr. Harold Hansen, 
concluded by perfoming such works as 
"Camelot," ""Teahouse of the August 
Moon," and ""The Miracle Worker." 
The new facilities in the theatre at BYU 
can be matched by no other university 
in the nation. Every kind of production 
including open staging, arena, revolv- 
ing stage, hydraulic lift and full grid 
housing are now possible. 

The new Department of Communi- 
cations consolidates work in the fields 
of advertising and public relations, 
journalism, radio and television, and 
photocommunications under the leader- 
ship of Dr. Oliver Smith. Educational 
TV programs and courses broadcasted 
over channel 11 were prepared by this 
department. The radio division supplied 
B'Y'U music recordings to over 225 
radio stations throughout the United 
States and Canada. 

Winning top speech honors in na- 
tional competition for the past two 
years has given Dean Morris dinger's 
Speech Department one of the most 
outstanding records of American col- 
leges. Not only are courses in public 
address, speech education, and speech 
and hearing rehabilitation offered, but 
the areas of audiology and pathology 
are being developed to more expanded 
and professional levels. 




Television class students use the new facilities to learn television announcing. 



During a drama class students separate in couples to practice "Taming of 
the Shrew". 




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Main lobby of the largest academic 
building on campus, the Franklin S. 
Harris Fine Arts Center. 




Cello players (above) rehearse in one of 
the 57 practice rooms in the building. 




In the speech clinic (right) students 
learn and provide a service by working 
with children who need speech cor- 
rection. 




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GENERAL COLLEGE 



COLLEGE TO DIVIDE 




J_<ate in the Spring semester came the 
announcement of the division of the 
present General College into a new 
General College with former Director 
of University Relations Lester B. Whet- 
ten as Dean and the College of Indus- 
trial and Technical Education with 
former head of the General College 
Ernest C. Jeppsen as Dean. This separa- 
tion was to allow for greater efficiency 
and operation in the area of adminis- 
tration. 

Coming under the new General Col- 
lege were the department of Provisional 
Registration, the American Indian Pro- 
gram, and the Skills Improvement Ser- 
vice. Dean Whetten of this college 
came to the Y in 1956 after serving as 
director of Snow College. Currently a 
member of the executive committee of 
the ACPRA, Dean Whetten has also 
been a director of the Rocky Mountain 
District American College Public Re- 
lations Association. 

Included in the College of Industrial 
and Technical Education were the In- 
dustrial Education Department with Dr. 
Edwin C. Hinckley as chairman, the 
Industrial Technology Department with 
Dr. Ross J. McArthur as chairman, and 
the Technical Institute, under the di- 
rection of Dean Jeppsen. Receiving his 
BS from Utah State and his MS from 
Colorado State, Dean Jeppsen went on 
to teach in Utah and Nevada high 
schools. Before coming to the Y in 
1959, he taught at the Branch Agricul- 
tural College in Cedar City, at Utah 
State University, and at the Church Col- 
lege of Hawaii with the Department of 
Public Instruction in Honolulu. 



Dean Ernest C. Jeppsen was named to 
serve as Dean of the College of Indus- 
trial and Technical Education. 



Students in Tool and Manufacturing 
Technology (right) use a surface grind- 
er to put fine finish on metal surface. 




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The William H. Snell Industrial Edu- 
cation Building offered facilities used by 
a large part of the students enrolled in 
the college. 



Business technology was one of ten two- 
year programs offered by the college. 



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COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 




Ralph A. Bntsch served as Acting Dean 
of the College of Humanities and So- 
cial Sciences until the return of Dean 
John T. Bernhard. 



LARGEST COLLEGE 



TO DIVIDE 



vJbserving its tenth anniversary in 
1965, the College of Humanities and 
Social Sciences was also observing its 
last year under that name. 

In April, it was announced that the 
college, the largest in the University 
with an enrollment of nearly 2600 stu- 
dents, was to be divided into the Coll- 
ege of Humanities and the College of 
Social Sciences. The new College of 
Humanities will include the depart- 
ments of English and Languages, and 
the areas of Latin American Studies and 
Humanities. In the curriculum of the 
Social Sciences College will be the de- 
partments of Archaeology, History, 
Geography, Sociology and Anthropol- 
ogy, Political Science, Psychology, and 
the areas of Asian Studies, Internation- 
al Relations and Russian Studies. 

Effective June 1, the new College of 
Humanities will be directed by Dr. 
Bruce Clark, previously Chairman of 
the English Department, and the Dean 
of the College of Social Sciences will 
be Dr. John T. Bernhard who through- 
out the year was Dean of the parent 
College. In 1943 Dr. Clark received his 
B.A. in English at the University of 
Utah, his M.A. at BYU in 1948, and 
his Ph.D. at the University of Utah in 
1951. His literary achievements include 
several books, literature lessons, and ar- 
ticles. Dr. Bernhard served as adminis- 
trative assistant to the BYU president 
and has taught political science. He re- 
ceived his B.S. degree at Utah State in 
1941, his M.A. in 1949 and his Ph.D. 
in 1951 at the University of California 
at Los Angeles. 



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Dr. Bruce Clark, who acted as Chair- 
man of the English Department was to 
become the Dean of the new College of 
Humanities. 




Classes in 13 different areas were of- 
fered by the college. 



Dr. John T. Bernhard, Dean of the Col- 
lege of Humanities and Social Sciences 
returned from leave in the middle of 
March. He was to become the Dean 
of the new College of Social Sciences. 





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LARGEST COLLEGE T O DIVIDE continued 




The old Maeser building, the first per- 
manent building on "the hill" still 
houses the office of the Dean of the 
College. 



Instructor supervises students in the 
Language Department laboratory. The 
Department offers Bachelor of Arts de- 
grees in six languages. Master's degrees 
in five, and Doctor's in three. 



Important Events 

Before the split in the college, sev- 
eral important events were the an- 
nouncement of a 525,000 grant for the 
exclusive use of the college from the 
Charles C. Merrill Trust, and the intro- 
duction of a closed circuit television 
course for the classes in History 170. 
The TV program was developed within 
the college by a committee consisting of 
Dr. Robert J. Howell, psychology; Dr. 
R. Max Rogers, languages; and Dr. 
Lee Farnsworth, political science. Dr. 
Richard Poll was the first instructor to 
utilize the TV circuit course shown in 
the Fine Arts Center. The College of 
Humanities and Social Sciences also saw 
the second year of its lecture series, the 
Faculty Forum, featuring Dr. Richard 
B. Wirthlin, Dr. John L. Sorenson, and 
Professor Karl Young. 

During the first six months of the 
1964-65 school year the activities of 
the college were directed by Acting 
Dean Ralph A. Britsch, who served un- 
til the return of Dr. John T. Bernhard. 



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The Geography Department of the Col- 
lege offered some forty different classes. 



Students inspect pieces on exhibition at 
the Archeology Department Museum. 





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COLLEGE OF NURSING 




In her fifth year as Dean of the college 
Dr. Beulah Allen continued to seek 
further accreditation. 



LEARNING THROUGH EXPERIENCE 



ivue in great part to the efforts of 
Dean B. Ream Allen, the College of 
Nursing was expanded to include the 
Associate Degree in Nursing. Offered 
to select students interested in nursing, 
the two-year program represented the 
first major change in patterns of nurs- 
ing education in the past twenty-five 
years, and consisted of intensive study 
and clinical practice in the Salt Lake 
City Latter-day Saint Hospital. In 1965, 
the first group of forty students in the 
Associate program completed their pre- 
paration for the state examination,- 
qualifying them as registered nurses. 
Working toward their baccalaureate de- 
grees were 189 other students, thirty of 



whom graduated in May. 

Beginning this year, a new program 
called "Senior Teamleading" stimulated 
interest in the student training program. 
Sophomores worked directly under sen- 
ior supervision in the hospital. Also, a 
pilot study entitled "Student Nurses: 
College-Educated for Nursing Service", 
was completed within the college and 
from it, significant papers were pub- 
lished. Another feature of the college, 
newly accredited by the State Board of 
Nursing, was the integrated program of 
clinical and theory work which started 
immediately in the student's freshman 
year. This type of program gave the 
students practical experience necessary 
in their careers. 



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Student Nurse brings newly born baby to mother at Utah Valley Hospital. 



With a thirty-four member faculty, 
Marise Geddes served as coordinator 
for the four-year program, and Lottie 
Felkner was the Director of the Asso- 
ciate Program. Besides being Dean of 
the College of Nursing, Dr. B. Ream 
Allen was an R.N., received her B.A. 
from the University of Utah, and ob- 
tained her M.D. from the University of 
California. Included among her special 
experiences were being a Medical of- 
ficer, a Japanese war prisoner at Baguio 
and Manila, and recipient of a "Medal 
of Freedom" in 1945. Dean Allen has 
appeared in "Who's Who of American 
Women" and in "Who's Who in 
America." 

The nurses enjoyed participating 
together throughout the year not only 
academically, but also in their extra- 
curricular activities. Their homecoming 
float won the humor division. 



Student nurses got practical experience 
in several hospitals. Here an instructor 
explains to a student the mechanics of 
a transfussion. 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSIUl EDUCATION 



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NEW BUILDING 



ON THE WAY 



Dean Milton F. Hartuigsen poses in front of the Physical Education Building 
which was under construction the past year. 



XAeaded by Dean Milton F. Hartvig- 
sen, the six departments of the College 
of Physical Education were housed in 
the Fieldhouse and, perhaps for the last 
year, in the old Women's Gym. In No- 
vember, space was increased when the 
east extension to the fieldhouse was 
completed and turned over to the col- 
lege for its use. This extension included 
modern facilities for athletic training, 
hydro-therapy, a steam bath, physical 
therapy rooms, a waiting room, a medi- 
cal doctor's office, medical treatment 
room, and other areas for team training. 
Also included were new shower and 
dressing rooms for all competitive ath- 
letic teams, with rooms for coaches and 
physical education faculty members. 

Under construction during the 
school year 1964-65 was the new Physi- 
cal Education Building on the site of 
the old football field. "While the build- 
ing's facilities were mostly for women, 
areas to be used by male students were 
included also. Among the awaited facili- 
ties were three dance studios, two mul- 
ti-purpose rooms, two large swimming 
pools, one diving pool, a research lab 
for physiological and human perfor- 
mance study, areas for course instruc- 
tion in physical education, youth leader- 
ship, and health education, and offices 
for the Dean and faculty members. 




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Physical Education Building is expected to be completed during the late summer of this year. 



DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN, front row: 
David Geddes, Physical Education for Men; 
Leona Holbrook, Physical Education for 
Women; Thane Packer, Youth Leadership. 
Back row: Ray Watters, Health Education 
and Safety; Isreal C. Heaton, Recreation, 
Floyd Millet, Inter-collegiate Athletics. 




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NEW BUILDING ON THE WAY continued 





Members of the outing activities class 
down a hot breakfast after a night of 
camping near Mount Timp. 

Popular with both men and women, 
golf was among the many sport classes 
offered by the college. 



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In beginning and intermediate tennis 
students learned fundamental skills and 
techniques for greater recreational en- 
joyment. 





Basic techniques in the use of apparatus 
and equipment were taught in the vari- 
ous gymnastic, tumbling and trampo- 
line classes. 



Students in the national dance forms 
and rhythms class practice the colorful 
brading of the Maypoles in preparation 
for the Spring Dance Festival. 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES 

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Dean Armin J . Hill who was appointed 
in 1957, has done research in stereo- 
scopic photography and picture quality 
in motion pictures. 



ANSWERS SOUGHT 




WITHIN CONTEXT OF GOSPEL 



W ith a BS- in electrical engineering, 
a Master's in electrical engineering and 
physics, and a Ph.D. from the Califor- 
nia Institute of Technology, Dean Ar- 
min J. Hill piloted the affairs of the 
College of Physical and Engineering 
Sciences. The college's goal was to train 
its enroUees to tackle the serious pro- 
blems facing the world and to find 
solutions within the context of the 
Gospel. The ten departments and their 



chairmen were: Aerospace Studies, 
Colonel Paul Sharp; Chemical Engineer- 
ing, Dee H. Barker; Chemistry, Lorren 
C. Bryner; Civil Engineering, Cliff S. 
Barton; Electrical Engineering, Paul O. 
Berrett; Geology, Lehi F. Hintze; Math- 
ematics, Kenneth Hillam; Mechanical 
Engineering, John N. Cannon; Physics, 
John H. Gardner, and Statistics, Melvin 
W. Carter. 

Within the College, the four engin- 
eering departments were fully accred- 



ited by the National Engineering Coun- 
cil for Professional Development, and 
doctoral programs were offered in 
chemistry, geology, and physics. Six of 
the other departments offered programs 
for the Master's Degree. No degree 
was available on any level in Aerospace 
Studies, but students completing its pro- 
gram were commissioned as second 
Lieutenants upon graduation. However, 
Aerospace Studies did offer an aca- 
demic minor. 



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During a practical exam, sophomore 
physics laboratory student makes draw- 
ing of an electrical circuit. 





DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN. Left to right: Dee H. Barker, chemical engineering; John N. Cannon, mechanical engineering; Paul O. 
Berrett, electrical engineering; John H. Gardner, physics; Darrel J. Monson, former chairman of electrical engineering; Loyal D. Hastings, 
asst' professor of aerospace studies; Lehi F. Hintze, geology; Lane A. Compton, liaison officers between physical sciences and the college 
of education; Joe R. Ballif, admin, assistant to physics; Melvin W. Carter, statistics; Ronald Jamison, admin, assistant to mathematics; Ken- 
neth Hillam, mathematics; Loren C. Bryner, chemistry; Cliff S. Bartou, civil engineering. 




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ANSWERS SOUGHT 




Remodeled 



Buildings 



A replica of a pterodactyl, a flying rep - 
tile of the Jurassic period, hangs silently 
in the geology museum. 



The college was housed in the Ey- 
ring Science Center, the Fletcher En- 
gineering Laboratories, T-15, T-16, and 
several other temporary buildings. Dur- 
ing the year areas within these build- 
ings were remodeled or adjusted to 
give better utilization of space. The sec- 
ond floor of the Chemical Engineering 
wing of the Fletcher Engineering La- 
boratories was completed, adding ma- 
terially to the office and laboratory 
area. Also, the former Photo Studio in 
the Eyring Science Center was remod- 
eled to provide a suite of rooms for the 
Physics Department offices. 

Each of the departments of the col- 
lege was affiliated with a student chap- 
ter of a national professional organiza- 
tion. Within the year the college re- 
ceived a charter for the local chapter 
of Tau Beta Pi, a national honorary 
Engineering fraternity. 

Two regular and outstanding Physi- 
cal and Engineering Sciences Colleges 
events were Engineering Week and the 
Annual Symposium on Modern Engin- 
eering Developments in April. 



Byron Butterworth analyzes an organic 
compound in the laboratory . 




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Student looks for a silver mirror when 
making Tollen's reagent test for reduc- 
ing sugar. 



Engineering Week was one of the signifi- 
cant events of the year. 





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COLLEGE OF RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION 




A former Dean of Students, B. West 
Belnap, finished his fourth year as 
Dean of the College of Religious In- 
struction in the spring of this year. 



GOSPEL TAUGHT AS A 

WAY OF LIFE 



It roviding academic classes in religious 
training for all students, the College of 
Religious Instruction held a unique 
place in the University. Ample oppor- 
tunities were available for the study of 
the Book of Mormon, Old and New 
Testaments, Doctrine and Covenants, 
and the Pearl of Great Price, in addi- 
tion to studies of ancient as well as 
Latter-Day Saint Church History. Mis- 
sionary preparation courses in several 
languages were also taught for those 
who wished to become familiar with 
the missionary approach and for those 
who were preparing for full-time mis- 
sions. Although there were no under- 
graduate majors in the college during 
the 1963 school year, each student was 
required to take two hours of religion 
per semester. 

The College of Religious Instruc- 
tion was reorganized from five depart- 
ments to two, with Roy W. Doxey as 
Chairman of the Department of Under- 
graduate Studies and Chauncey C. Rid- 
dle as Chairman of Graduate Studies. 
The Master's degree and Doctorate of 
Religious Education were added to the 
degrees previously given, making a total 
of six offered by the department. Sem- 
inary and Institute teachers were also 
trained in the Graduate School. 

Early in the second semester, the 
remodeling of the Joseph Smith Build- 
ing was completed, providing a head- 
quarters for the college and much 
needed office space for the thirty-three 
full-time faculty members and the thir- 
teen part-time instructors. Authorities 
in their respective fields, many of the 
faculty published works for both the 
school and the church at large. Because 
of the advanced tutorage found in the 
College of Religious Instruction, stu- 
dents returning to home wards and 
stakes carried with them better under- 
standings of their religion and their 
own feeling about life. 



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Unique among American universities 
was the BYU tradition to begin all 
religion classes with a prayer. 



Some religion classes opened with a 
hymn. 



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DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 



inuring the year the Division of Con- 
tinuing Education made its contribution 
to the knowledge explosion taking 
place in America by delivering courses, 
classes and lectures to some 90,000 
people. By mail, plane, travel, and for- 
mal lectures, classes were given morn- 
ing, midday and evening by more than 
400 professors to adults all over- west- 
ern America and the far corners of the 
world. 

In conferences, institutes, and short 
courses, BYU ranked fourth in partici- 
pants among 100 universities. Reported 
enrollments in credit correspondence 
courses gave the Y a ranking of eighth 
among universities belonging to the Na- 
tional University Extention Association. 
Besides home study courses, learners 
also came to evening classes 3,000 
strong each semester. With modern 
transportation facilities the entire world 
became a university laboratory for ad- 
ventures in learning. "Semester in Salz- 
burg" was an exciting experience for 
140 BYU students who lived and 
learned together in Salzburg, Austria 
for 16 weeks in the Spring of 1965. In 
addition, study tours around the world 
attracted nearly 1000 people. 





Dean Harold Glen Clark (above) head- 
ed the Division of Continuing Educa- 
tion which included the departments 
of Home Study. Community Education, 
Off-Campus Centers, On-Campus Cen- 
ters. Extension Publications, and Travel 
Study. 



Dr. Daniel Ludlow conducts a Book of 
Mormon class in Richfield. Utah for 
the Department of Off-Campus Lectures 
and Courses. 



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EDUCATION CONTINUED DAY 
AND NIGHT FOR 90,000 



The Fly-in Classes program was a 
unique feature of the Idaho Center. 
BYU faculty members flew to Idaho 
Falls for classes on Friday evenings and 
Saturday mornings. 



Members of a LDS Church History 
Tour, conducted by the Department of 
Travel Study prepares to board a plane 
at the Salt Lake City airport. 





GRADUATE SCHOOL 

Ending his fifth year as Dean of the 
College of Graduate School, Dr. Wesley 
P. Lloyd has done much to expand the 
school's program. 



-/xlong with rapidly expanding enroll- 
ments and carefully considered new 
doctoral degrees, the Graduate School, 
during the school year 1964-1965, of- 
fered programs leading to the master's 
degree in 70 fields and the Doctor of 
Education and Doctor of Philospohy 
degrees in 29 fields, distributed through 
14 graduate departments. Faculty advi- 
sory committees were especially atten- 
tive as they worked with prospective 
candidates for each degree. 

Each department within the school 
established its own graduate program 
of educational excellence under the gen- 
eral supervision of the graduate faculty, 
the Graduate Council, and the Dean of 
the Graduate School, Wesley P. Lloyd. 
The major goal was effective study; 
whether or not students receive their 
degrees, their graduate studies should 
help to qualify them for objective think- 
ing in their various professions. 

Aside from the regular academic 
events of the Graduate School, an item 
of special interest during the two 
semesters was the round table discus- 
sions for graduate students, involving 
departments of somewhat related fields. 
One such instance was the meeting be- 
tween social science students and physi- 
cal and engineering science students. 
Other changes mcluded approval by 
the Board of Trustees for the Master of 
Library Science Degree, effective in the 
Fall of 1965. 




OBJECTIVE THINKING PROMOTED 




Graduate students often acted as in- 
structors while working towards Mas- 
ter's or Doctor's degrees. 



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Claire Goodmonson studies electron para- 
magnetic resonance at high pressures in 
the advanced physics lab. 



Graduate students study a model in an 
advanced anatomy class. 




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Jb stablished this year by the Academic 
Emphasis Committee and the university 
administration, the James E. Talmage 
Award is granted to the outstanding 
student from each college every year. 
Academic record, character, and partici- 
pation in curricular and extracurricular 
activities are the basis for the selection. 
The selection is made by joint efforts 
of the deans of the various colleges, the 
department chairmen, and the Aca- 
demic Emphasis Committe. Recipients 
of the award this year were the students 
on these pages. 



The College of Education has chosen 
LUANN SMITH. She is an elementary edu- 
cation major who lives in Draper, Utah, and 
communtes to campus daily. During the year 
she was an International Folk Dancer. 



JANET S. BURNSIDE, College of Biologi- 
cal and Agricultural Sciences, is a member of 
the BYU Honors Program, holds an aca- 
demic scholarship to the Y, was born in 
Pingree, Idaho, and has eight silblings. 





JAMES E. TALMAGE AWARD 



Selected from the General College is MARI- 
LYN GAYLE HARDY, enrolled in the 
Technology Program. She plans to continue 
school with a major in English and a busi- 
ness minor. She plans marriage in September. 







A Salt Lake gal who has never been further 
east than Vernal, Utah, KATHLEEN ANN 
SORENSON, College of Nursing, is from a 
family of nine children. Her interests are 
music, sewing, reading, playing basketball. 



Senior VALERIA BAKER, College of Fine 
Arts, is from Shelley, Idaho. After two years 
at Ricks College, she came to BYU and since 
has been an IK Dutchess semi-finalist and 
a Belle of the Y craft contest winner. 



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EDDIE CREASY, Physical Education Col- 
lege, of Virginia has a P.E. major and an air 
science minor. His hobbies include flying 
and sports. He plans a commission as a 
second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. 



With an accounting major and a minor in 
economics, K. FRED SKOUSEN from the 
Business College received the Haskins and 
Sells Award for Excellence in Accounting. 
He also was president of Beta Alpha Psi. 




DON PEARSON, a political science major 
from Clearfield, Utah, represented the Col- 
lege of Humanities. Don has been Junior 
Class President, a member of the Senate, and 
a debate winner. He plans a law career. 



Hailing from Westminster, California, LAU- 
RIE YOUNG of the College of Family Liv- 
ing is active in the Honors Program, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Omicron, Omi- 
cron Nu, and was a Homecoming finalist. 



An electrical engineering major, THEO JAY 
POWELL represents the College of Physical 
and Engineering Sciences. Activities on cam- 
pus are the Inter-organization Council, Blue 
Key, Tau Beta Pi, and Phi Eta Sigma. 




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Ronald G. Hyde, 

Acting Executive Director 



ALUMNI 




Boy Scouts pose at the entrance of the BYU Family Camp after a long trek up 
the mountain. 



Operated by the BYU Alumni Association, the Aspen Grove Family Camp is 
only seventeen miles from Provo, and provides food, housing, swimming, and 
tennis, etc. 




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President and Sister Crockett and other dignitaries greet alumni at annual 
Homecoming reunion reception. 



Ford Paulson, on telephone, chairman of the BYU Telefund Drive, gets plenty 
of advice from his co-chairmen: Collin Allen, left, Paul Washburn, Glen 
Thomas, Tom Taylor, and C. V. Lambert. 




With an organization of over 120,000 
former students, the BYU Alumni As- 
sociation provided services for the alum- 
ni and present students, and organized 
support for the University. Services pro- 
vided this year involved the mailing of 
the Alumnus Magazine without cost to 
all former students, providing caps and 
gowns to graduating students as a non- 
profit service, and sponsoring the Grand 
Prix Bike Race on Y Day, class reun- 
ions, homecoming activities, and the 
Alumni-Varsity Football Game in the 
Spring. 

In supporting the University, the 
Alumni was active in the Utah County 
Telefund Drive, raising over $14,000 to 
purchase new books for the library. An 
interesting sideline was the BYU Fam- 
ily Camp at Aspen Grove where ade- 
quate facilities for hiking, swimming, 
and cook-outs were provided. 



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General Priesthood meeting is viewed over closed-circuit TV on a giant screen 
in the fieldhouse during April Conference. 






STAKES 



Y Mountain is the scene of an Easter morning sunrise service for one of 
the BYU wards. 




President Joseph Fielding Smith chats 
with youth after speaking on the "green 
fungus" at the combined six-stake 
quarterly conference. 



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Elder Marion D. Hanks of the First Council of Seventies counsels youth during 
a six-stake fireside. 



nique in the Church was the organi- 
zation of the BYU wards and stakes. 
Unlike home wards where many peo- 
ple are holding down several positions, 
here at BYU, jobs have to be created 
and spread apart in order to satisfy the 
desires of those who want to serve. 
Except for the positions of the stake 
presidencies, their executive leaders, and 
the ward bishops who are all called 
from among the faculty and commun- 
ity, every other job in the wards and 
stakes including auxilary heads, is held 
by the students. Thus, the monthly 
ward correlation meeting has a ten- 
dency to look more like an M-Men and 
Gleaner Council than it does a ward 
sounding board. 

From a one-stake organization in 
1956, the campus today has grown to 
include six stakes with fifty-five wards, 
each ward assigned a certain academic 
building and classrooms in which to 
meet. As for the auxilaries, the BYU 
stakes have Relief Society with the girls 
meeting at the same time the boys at- 
tend priesthood. Mutual Improvement 
Associations, and stake missions as well 
as Primary Associations. Supervised 
temple work and library research is also 
encouraged. Included in ward activities 
this year were the Gold and Green 
Balls, roadshows, speech competition, 
ward dinners, athletic events for both 
the men and the women, firesides, and 
Y Day activities. 



The Mormon seagull story takes on a new look as "crickets" come to life 
in the BYU 40th ward roadshow, winner of the 2nd stake competition. 




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DEVOTIONALS 



"To convince is to overwhelm with rea- 
son; to convert is to change the char- 
acter and attitude of the person." This 
was the idea presented by Elder Theo- 
dore \1. Burton. 



Elder Marion G. Romney emphasized 
the importance of studying the scrip- 
tures. 



Elder Boyd K. Packer stresses the im- 
portance of "following the brethren!' 





a1 ach Tuesday morning iil the George 

Albert Smith Fieldhouse more than 
9,000 students assembled for an hour to 
listen to the inspirational messages 
brought by BYU devotional speaker. 
The speakers words were broadcast 
over the Universit}' P. A. system to ap- 
proximately 1,000 additional students 
and faculty on other parts of the cam- 
pus. Most of them were General 
Authorities of the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter-day Saints, included 
assistants to the Council of the Twelve, 
Apostles, and members of the First 
Council of Seventies. These assemblies 
were especially meaningful to BYU 
students because it was one of the few 
times when the majority of the student 
body could gather together and share 
the mutual faith of their Church. 



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Elder John Longdon impresses that the 
first goal of every person is to conquer 
himself. 



Elder Alma Sonne explains that little 
things are important in this changing 
world. 




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FORUMS 



Jr rom columnist Art Buchwald to 
statesman Charles Taft to poet John 
Ciardi, the world outside came to BYU 
once a week at the Thursday forum 
series. Students received a half credit 
per semester for their attendance and 
at the same time broadened their under- 
standing and knowledge of varied peo- 
ple and professions. Under the title 
"Lectures in Contemporary Civiliza- 
tion," the fourm series attracted such 
celebrities as Music Man Meridith Wil- 
son and his wife Rini; ballet queen 
Dame Alicia Markova; Sander Vanocur, 
NBC White House Correspondent; 
Global traveler and reporter Willem L. 
Oltmans and many others. 





Senator Moss emphatically expresses 
himself to a group of students after the 
Moss-Wilkinson Debate. 



NBC radio-television White House Cor- 
respondent Sander Vanocur reveals to 
students his ideas on "The State of the 

Nation." 



Fergus Montgomery, a conservative 
member of the British House of Com- 
mons, chats with students after sum- 
ming up what has happened to the 
British government since the end of 
World War //. 




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Ashley Montagu, anthropologist and 
social biologist, speaks to students on 
"The New Image of Man." Other Aca- 
demic Emphasis Committee speakers in- 
cluded Mortimer Adler, Russel Kirk, 
and Schulyer Cammann. 



Hannah Watt and Roderick Lovell, fa- 
mous British husband-wife acting team, 
delighted BYU audience with their ver- 
satility in performing both modern and 
classic drama. 





First attendent Anita Thompson per- 
forms an original comic dance for her 
talent number in the Belle of the Y 
Assembly. 



ASSEMBLIES 



Members of Theta Alpha Phi and Orc- 
hesis re-enact the coming of Christ in 
the Christmas Assembly "Prelude to 
the Nativity." 




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Seated according to homelands, students 
from fifty states and fifty-nine foreign 
countries sing out during the traditional 
Hello Assembly. 




Tahitian dancers shimmy in double- 
time before the BYU audience during 
the Polynesian Assembly. 



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activities 




Ballroom Dancers on Utah Flats— photograph by Galen Gadd and Helic Gonzale 



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HOMECOMING 







FOUR GREAT ) 




As fans begin to fill the stadium to watch the Homecoming 
game, air fills Cosmo's parachute as he "drops in" to cheer 
for his team. Cosmo's stunt was a surprise that added color to 
the pre-game activities. 



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3AYS IN COUGARVILLE 



The Wasatch Mountains frame the 
packed stadium^ and in the perfect Fall 
weather the students and the band sa- 
lute the royalty during the half-time 
activities of the Homecoming game. 



W. 



hite mums on lovely coeds, chick- 
en wire scrapped with sawdust, and an 
old wagon wheel in the Y Center all 
spelled out Homecoming 1964 as mam- 
moth crowds participated in BYU's 
four-day annual celebration "Destiny 
Meets Reality." 

Chairmanned by Gary Lawrence, 
kick-off activities began Thursday 
morning with the Homecoming assem- 
' bly where some 8,000 students and 
alumni witnessed the coronation of 
Judy Green and her attendants Julie 
Paull and Dana Rosado. 



Despite the cold and rain Thursday 
evening, 1,500 students gathered on the 
main ballroom in the Y Center for the 
Sophomore Class sponsored hooten- 
anny, in which over twenty groups par- 
ticipated. Following the hootenanny, 
students snakedanced through the Her- 
itage and Deseret dormitories across 
campus to Helaman Halls where a giant 
bonfire-pep rally heightened the already 
soaring flames of enthusiasm. 

Friday night, a sell-out crowd of 
over 10,000 fans attended the Kingston 
Trio Concert in the Smith Fieldhouse to 



hear such favorites as Tom Dooley, Ti- 
juana Jail, and The MTA. After the 
concert, 6,000 students moved to the Y 
Center ballroom for the semi-formal 
dance, while the world's largest hillside 
letter, BYU's block "Y", blazed in the 
distance. 

Saturday morning came too early 
for some sleepy float builders as ham- 
mering, painting, and napkin stuffing 
were still in progress when the televised 
Homecoming parade started to move 
from downtown Provo, to the BYU 
campus. Led by Acting President Earl 

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From sixty 



contestants 



these three were chosen 



JUDY GREEN, a petite, energetic 
art major from Glendaie, California 
was chosen and elected Homecoming 
Queen for 1964-65. Judy was chosen 
by ten judges from a total of sixty 
junior and senior girls. The girls 
were judged on beauty, poise, and 
personality. From the finalists, the 
Queen and her attendants were elect- 
ed by studentbody vote. 



Judy has been head songleader 
for 2 years and played a leading part 
in the BYU production, "Thurber 
the Custodian." She enjoys outdoor 
sports, art, and dancing, her future 
plans are to graduate, travel, and 
later marry. 






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GREAT DAYS continued 



JULIE PAULL, a sophisticated senior 
majoring in Bacteriology was First At- 
tendant to Queen Judy. Julie, sponsored 
by Circle K, is a member of the Pro- 
gram Bureau, Dance Committee, and 
Assembly Committee. She plans to tra- 
vel in Europe if she doesn't come back 
for a master's degree. She enjoys art, 
jazz, dancing, skiing, and fishing. 





DANA ROSADO, a lively and busy 
junior from La Jolla, Calif, was Second 
Attendant to Queen Judy. Dana is a 
dance major and plans to teach dance 
after graduation. Sponsored by Shipp 
Hall, Dona has been active in Orchesis, 
drama and motion picture production, 
and student government. Besides danc- 
ing she enjoys good music, drama, and 
singing — especially operas. 

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''I can't believe it!" 
the fans yelled 



Crockett and his wife, tiie fifty-float 
parade included fifteen bands repre- 
senting schools from Utah, Idaho, and 
Wyoming. Float winners were Delta 
Phi Kappa and Del Vesta, first place; 
Junior Class, second place; CAA and 
Chi Triellas, third place. Student 
Nurses received the prize for Most 
Humorous entry. 

Homecoming excitement and ten- 
sion culminated Saturday afternoon in 
the BYU-USU football game. Fans 
from both schools, 29,000 strong, 
packed into the new 26,000 seat sta- 
dium to see the Cougars play their best 
game of the season. "I can't believe 
it," the fans repeated over, and over as 
the Cougars plowed the Aggies in a 
surprising 28-12 upset. Exhausted spec- 
tators lingered on to cheer as the wag- 
on wheel, a symbol of football supre-. 
macy between BYU and USU, was car- 
ried across the trodden field to its new 
home in Cougar territory. Following 
the game, openhouses were held for 
dorms and clubs, and the alumni at- 
tended the traditional alumni reception. 



Moments after being crowned by her 
father at the Homecoming Assembly, 
grateful Queen Judy Green thanks the 
studentbody for their vote and promises 
"to be a good queen." 

Thousands of people watched the 
Homecoming Parade. In the foreground 
is the winning float of the parade, "The 
Destined Duckling," sponsored by Del- 
ta Phi Kappa, and Del Vesta. 




FOUR GREAT DAYS 



continued 




First place in the Housing Decoration 
Contest went to Gates Hall with their 
theme "The Gates of Destiny Open to 
Youth". Rain turned the job of the 
judges into a nightmare. 



At the end of the game thousands of 
fans pour onto the field to congratulate 
coach Hudspeth and the team for a well 
deserved win over Utah State, the na- 
tions 16-ranked team. 




continued 



Some of the 80 dancers and singers who 
participated in the Homecoming Assem- 
bly entitled "The Journey is Every- 
thing" sing "Consider Yourself at 
Home" from the musical "Oliver." 



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FOUR GREAT DAYS continued 



Message: live in the present 




"Lights out, spots on!" echoed 
through the fieldhouse Saturday night 
as the Program Bureau presented Field- 
house FroHcs 1964. Under the direction 
of Janie Thompson, and student direct- 
or Blaine N. Lee, the history of BYU 
from Karl G. Maeser to President 
Wilkinson was traced in song and dance 
through ballet and Indian dances, 
opera, Shakespeare, the Symphony 
Orchestra and Oratorio Choir, and the 
Folk, and Ballroom dancers. 

Sunday evening. Homecoming week 
drew to a close as Dean of Students J. 
Elliot Cameron pointed our to his Six- 
Stake-Fireside audience that college is 
not only a preparation for life, but that 
college is life, not only should we pre- 
pare for the future, but we should live 
in the present. 



Holding his tail up pep star Cosmo the 
Cougar is off on another of his assign- 
ments. This time to exhort the students 
to attend the Homecoming Pep Rally at 
the Y Center. 




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The Kingston Trio performed before a 
sell-out crowd of over 10,000 at the field- 
house. Here, John, Nick, and Bob de- 
light the audience with their famous 
first hit "Tom Dooley." 





Members of the newly organized ballet 
gracefully perform during the tra- 
ditional Fieldhouse Frolics. Some three 
hundred BYU students participated. 



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Sparks and enthusiasm fly at the Cou- 
gar Days bonfire. The two fires are the 
result of a wood-gathering contest be- 
tween freshmen and sophomores. The 
one on the right is the freshmen's. 



HAIL blue} 



There were booths for throwing pies, 
darts, baseballs, or basketballs. The fer- 
ris wheel, in the background, was the 
most popular feature of the carnival. 



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D. 



'esigned to rocket school spirit and 
enthusiasm for the U of U-BYU foot- 
ball game sky high, the annual celebra- 
tion Cougar Days was officially 
launched on Wednesday November 4. 

The festivities, coordinated by the 
Young Men, included carnivals, games, 
and other activities. There vt'as a record 
hop and a sweat shirt decoration con- 
test in the Y-Center on Wednesday. 
That same day was declared Anti-red 
Day, not because of communism, but 
because red is the color of the Univer- 
sity of Utah. Students who dared to 
wear the hated color were thrown in a 
mock jail set up in the South Quad. The 
offenders were sentenced to ten min- 
utes in jail and were reminded of the 
attributes of royal blue, the BYU color. 

On Friday, the ladies of Merrill 
Hall, and Budge Hall donned football 
hardware when they met in the tradi- 
tional Petticoat Playoff. Budge Hall 
emerged victorious and Merrill Hall 
players attributed their defeat to the 
size of their opponents. 

At the bonfire that night, the Song 
Leaders, Flag Twirlers, Cheerleaders, 
and Cosmo the Cougar directed the 
cheering and chanting students while 
football coach Tom Hudspeth sparked 
more enthusiasm with a pep talk. After- 
ward the students snake-danced their 
way to the carnival in the Y-Center 
parking lot where a ferris wheel, pie 
throwing contests, cotton candy, and 
other booths and rides awaited the 
keyed-up crowd. 

Enthusiasm was flying very high 
indeed that night. It's too bad that the 
next day both the enthusiasm and the 
activities were shot down to an end 
in Salt Lake, where the Redskins scored 
a 47-13 bull's eye against the Cats. 




For only a quarter you could let out a 
lot of steam at the car smash during 
the carnival. The slow exposure in this 
photograph registers the movement of 
the sledge hammer falling on the car. 



-RED BOO 



The jail is a mockery, but the ten min- 
utes students wearing red had to spend 
in it were very real. It was all in fun 
to promote school spirit Anti-Red Day. 



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From the original 41 nominees by housing units, campus units, and city 
coeds for the title of Preferred Man of 8,000 BYU coeds, eleven contestants 
survived. As opposed to previous years, a final vote was not taken, and the 
man with the most votes from the balloting was announced the day of the 
Preference Ball. Winning one of the most effortless "beauty" contests on 
campus, DOUG CHAMBERLAIN, a pre-dental major from Salt Lake City, 
was sponsored by Fugal Hall. Doug, a returned missionary from Central 
America, and an Aaronic Priesthood advisor in the 36th Ward was admittedly 
a bit shakey, but came through with characteristic calmness. 



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PREFERRED 

MEN 



Coeds look at contestants' photographs 
before voting for "Preferred Men." 




Sitting: Russ Fotheringham sponsor: Spencer Hall. Ron Marriott sponsor: BYU March- 
ing Band. Dan Staples sponsor: Complex 7 of Wymount Terrace. Nevin Andersen 
sponsor: Tingey Hall. Standing: Howard Hamilton sponsor: Gates Hall. Jerry Callister 
sponsor: Chi Triellas. Virgil Carter sponsor: Complex 7 of Wymount Terrace. Jeff 
Alder sponsor: Felt Hall. Devon Blad sponsor: Harris Hall. Bill Cunningham sponsor: 
Penrose Hall. Bob Christiansen sponsor: Broadbent. 



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WINTER CARNIVAL 



COOL SHOW, 

LATE SNOW 



Thrillinp the BYU audience was Peter Yarrow, a Cornell psychology graduate 
who switched to folk singing in New York- Paul Stookey. one-time manager 
for a chemical company who found profound statements m the Village; and 
Mary, a tall willowy blonde with a tall willowy voice singing folk songs 
since kindergarten. 



Vv ith snow sculpturing, skiing, skat- 
ing, snowball stacking, and other sea- 
sonal games, BYU celebrated Winter 
Carnival February 8-12 under the theme 
"Legends in Snow Motion." 

Snow sculpturmg, scheduled for 
February 8, was delayed until the fol- 
lowing week due to a lack of the neces- 
sary white powder. February 10-12 at 
Timp Haven saw the Alpine Club win 
over second-place Sportswomen in the 
finals for the Broken-Ski award in the 
women's division. The Sportsmen won 
over the Alpine club in the downhill 
slalom race finals for the men. 




February 1 1 at Winter Gardens was 
the scene of the ice-skating competition 
including races, relays, speed skating, 
and figure skating. Competition was 
won by the Alpine Club for the girls 
and the Canadian Club for the boys. 
The broomball hockey held at Winter 
Gardens also, was won by CAA for the 
men, and the Reenies for the women. 
Teams wore tennis shoes and had to 
furnish their own brooms. 

Highlight of the Winter Carnival 
activities was the Peter, Paul, and Mary 
concert followed by the semi-formal 
dance. Over 8,000 fans witnessed the 
famous trio's performance. 

continued 





This skiier reflects the tension and ex- 
citement of participation in a major 
event. 



Skiing abilities in the slalom events are 
demonstrated on the powdery white 
slopes. 




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COOL SHO"^ contmued 



The Royalty 



Reighing over the week as Snow 
King and Queen were Doug Calder and 
Melodie Matheny, chosen by personal 
interviews, performance in the sports 
competition, and student vote. Spon- 
sored by the Alpine club, Doug Calder 
was a senior majoring in advertising 
and public relations. A member of the 
BYU Mountain Rescue Team, the 1965 
Snow King hails from Thompson, 
Manitoba, Canada, where skiing and 
hockey are his favorite winter sports. 
Snow Queen Melody Matheny, spon- 
sored by the Hawaiian Club, hails from 
Torrence, California. An Elementary 
Education major, she enjoys skiing, sing- 
ing, swimming, and dancing. Melodie 
was active in Vahknom Culture Unit, 
the Program Bureau, and in the Senior 
House of Representatives. She has also 
attended the Church College of Hawaii. 
Grand winner of the week was the 
Alpine club receiving the Snowbel prize 
of $100 for accumulating the greatest 
number of total points for all events. 




Snow King Doug Calder and Snow Queen Malanie Matheny pose in front of 
fireplace in their winter sports attire. 



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The completed snow sculpture depicts 
the "Legend of Snowshoe Thompson." 



Delta Phi Kappa triumphed in the 

Snow Sculturing division of the Winter 

Carnival with their creation titled 

"Tortesi and the Hare" which took a 
first place. 







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INTERNATIONAL WEEK 



COMMON GOAL: UNDERSTANDING 




The Iranian exhibit received the trophy 
for setting up the best Wilkinson Cen- 
ter international display. 



Shedding light on the culture of our 
northernly citizens are the coloful 
Alaskan totem poles. 




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V arious clubs and organizations on 
campus combined forces during Inter- 
national Week, February 15-20, to pro- 
mote an awareness of the world-wide 
student representation at BYU. These 
groups also brought about a greater 
understanding of the more than 50 
foreign countries and their cultures rep- 
resented at the University. 

Cosmopolitan display booths, Wil- 
kinson Center films, free Persian les- 
sons given at the Iranian Club's first- 
prize booth, and a mock United Nations 
were but a few of the many opportuni- 
ties available for instruction in the ways 
of foreign lands. To add to the inter- 
national flavor, exotic music was pre- 
sented in concert form each midday by 
Lloyd Miller and his wife. Throughout 
the week, American students were se- 
lected at random and invited to the 
apartments of foreign students for din- 
ner. There was also a banquet with 
food from 60 different countries. 

Climaxing the week's activities was 
a Mardi Gras Costume Ball, for anyone 
who "claimed the world as his home." 
European flavored music was played by 
Paul Benjiman's eight-piece band; floor- 
show numbers included a Samoan 
dancer, a Navajo magician and comed- 
ian, and a cowboy vocalist. 





American entertainment is performed 
as one of the floor show numbers dur- 
ing the Mardi Gras, the final activity of 
International week. 



Performing exotic music from all over 
the world, the Lloyd Millers entertain 
passing students in the Wilkinson Cen- 
ter lounge. 



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ENGINEERING WEEK 



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APPLICATIONS 
OF SCIENTIFia 



A civil engineering student explains the 
mechanics of the model water treat- 
ment plant. The model won first place 
in the individual display class. 



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"All this for a head ache?" asked a 
coed visiting the chemical engineers' 
model plant of the synthesis of aspirin. 




A model of a sports car is tested in 
a wind tunnel as visitors view the 
demonstration. The exhibit was part of 
the mechanical engineers' displays. 



CNOWLEDGE 
FEATURED 




V>ar collisions to illustrate the value 
of the use of seat belts, a water purifi- 
cation plant, synthesis of aspirin, and 
uses of electronic equipment in the 
home, industry, medicine, and communi- 
cations, were all part of the displays 
presented by the BYU chapter of the 
National Engineers Joint Council dur- 
ing Engineering Week, the last week 
in February. 

More than 3000 people saw the dis- 
plays prepared by students of the four 
engineering departments on campus: 
Civil, Chemical, Mechanical, and Elec- 
trical. Included were also demonstra- 
tions of traffic patterns, sugar refining 
from sugar beets, automobile styling 
and design, and a concept for using the 
excess water of the northwestern part 



of the North American Continent and 
distributing it to the deficient areas of 
Canada, United States, and Mexico. 

Chairman of the event, Kirk Gal- 
braith explained that there were awards 
presented to the best displays. In the 
individual display classification the 
civil engineers took first place with 
their water purification plant. Winners 
of the best departamental display were 
the mechanical engineers who featured 
automobile production, design, and 
mechanics, as well as the seat belt 
demonstration. 

On Monday March 1, the engineers 
held their Annual Awards Banquet in 
the Wilkinson Center. George B. Hill, 
noted engineer and inventor was the 
guest speaker. 



Visitors of the electrical engineers' dis- 
plays provided the power — through a 
generator mounted on a bicycle frame — 
to light one, or several light bulbs. 




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Qualifications, candidates, and red hot 
promises make Election Week a neon 
blurr of posters, ingenuity projects, and 
contemporary philosophies. 



CARNIVAL TIME 




"In addition, my candidate is a return 
missionary who isn't even going steady 
after six month'" 



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Election Results 



ASBYU PRESIDENT: 

Bob Christiansen, 3,687 ; David Hoopes, 3,472 
ASBYU VICE PRESIDENT OF FINANCE: 

Dale Marquis, 3,568 ; Chuck Carter, 3,206 
ASBYU VICE PRESIDENT OF SOCIAL ACTIVITIES: 

Craig Collette, 3,647 ; Ray Goad, 3,439 
ASBYU VICE PRESIDENT OF STUDENT RELATIONS: 

Jerry Callister, 3,871 ; Jan Thurston, 3,066 
ASBYU VICE PRESIDENT OF CULTURE : 

Russ Parker, 4,030 ; Gloria Van Dyke, 2,907 
ASBYU VICE PRESIDENT OF ACADEMICS: 

Lynn Southam, 3,437 ; Jim Wilson, 3,211 
ASSEMBLYMEN: 

Pong, 2,644 Taylor, 2,155 

Blake, 3,983 Johnson, 3,208 
AMS PRESIDENT: 

Allen Jensen, 1,712 ; Tom Griffiths, 1,673 
AWS PRESIDENT: 

Betsy Drake, 1,809 ; Mary Curley, 1,505 
AWS VICE PRESIDENT: 

Marilyn Foreman, 1,684; Betty McKee, 1,578 



Climaxing Election Week was the student body talent show preceeding the 
announcement of new officers and the Inagural Ball. 



Oome said the contests were more dig- 
nified, others called lack of imagina- 
tion, but whatever it was, it made this 
year's studentbody and classes election 
proceedings a far cry from those of 
previous years. Of course, the carnival 
atmosphere prevailed, but there were 
few barkers, no dancing girls, no sky 
divers, and no spectacular "ingenuity" 
projects. 

As in previous years the race most 
closely watched by campus citizens was 
that for studentbody president. The 
finals dawned with Dave Hoopes and 
Bob Christiansen as the last round ad- 
versaries. The race was on: signs of all 
sizes, on cars, on sticks, and on people 
could be seen all over the campus while 
word-of -mouth helped to spread the in- 
formation about the candidates and 
their platforms. Friday, April 10 
brought an end to the turmoil and 
labor, with Christiansen squeaking by 
Hoopes with a mere 215-vote lead. 

In other races, Lynn Southam cap- 
tured the newly created office of Aca- 
demic Vice-president; Dale Marquis, 
Vice-president of Finance; Craig Col- 
lette, Social Vice-president; Russ Park- 
er, Vice-president of Culture; and Jerry 
Callister, Vice-president of Student 
Relations. 




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BELLE OF THE Y 




Out of ninety-two girls, and after two weeks of contests in poise and 
personality, cake-baking, crafts, dance, culture, talent, and popularity vote, 
MELANIE McEWEN, a sophomore from Panguitch, Utah, came forth to 
reign as the 1965 Belle of the Y. A medical technology major sponsored by 
the International Folk Dancers, Melanie likes to dance, decorate cakes, and 
enjoys music and reading plays. 



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DIANNE CLYDE, a tall blonde 
from Springville, Utah, was sponsored 
by Home Hall. The second attendant, 
a junior winning in the cake-baking, 
culture, talent, and popularity divisions, 
was dorm president, and affiliated with 
Sigma Delta Omicron, Omicron Nu, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, and Thea Alexis. 



ANITA JOHNSON, a freshman in 
homemaking education from Hunting- 
ton, West Virginia, attended Melanie 
as first runner-up. Sponsored by the 
freshman class, Anita was a winner in 
the talent, popularity, and dancing con- 
tests. She enjoyed modeUng, singing, 
and acting, in addition to swimming, 
crocheting, and sewing. 



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SONGFEST 



SUGAR AND SPICE AND ALL THAT JAZZ 




Winners of both the Group Division 
and Sweepstakes awards. Sophomore 
coeds and their dates (above) re-enact 
the car-parking routine in song and 
dance. 



Nervously waiting backstage for the cue 
"You're on!" Maeser Hall participants 
adjust their costumes and receive last 
minute instructions from director. 




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VJirls in white dresses with blue satin 
sashes, and boys in short pants with 
long kneesocks greeted music enthu- 
siasts to the 1965 Songfest "Sugar 'n 
Spice," where, after many chilly walks 
to 6:00 a.m. rehearsals, directors yell- 
ing "Take it from the third measure 
again," and participants pinning unfin- 
ished costumes at the last minute, twelve 
groups out of an initial forty-three qual- 
ified to perform for the final produc- 
tion held March 26th in the Smith 
Fieldhouse. 

Whitney Hall bedecked in U and I 
sugar sacks copped the Women's Divi- 
sion trophy with their "Pre-Sweetened", 
while the 47th Ward, clad in tunics of 
blue, brown and green, took the Most 
Musical award with their "Wending." 
Q Deseret Towers won the Most Ori- 
ginal trophy and placed second in aud- 
ience appeal with their "Elevator" en- 
try. Written and directed by Linda 
Marx, the winning song typified how if 
life in the seven-story building ever fell 
short of the sugar and spice it was cut 
out to be, the coeds could always "ride, 
ride, ride, the elevators." High winner 
of the event, capturing first place in 
the Group Division and also winning 
the Audience Sweepstakes was the 
Sophomore class with Marie Peterson's 
"Home Is Where the Heart Is." Other 
semi-finalist entries included the Senior 
Class, Hawaiian Club, Sportsmen and 
Sportswomen, Chi Triellas, Vahknom, 
Maeser Hall, Smith Hall, and Merrill. 



Clutching their trophies are jubilant 
Sugar'n Spice winners Linda Marx, 
left, Deseret Towers; Shauna Knight, 
47th Ward; Carolyn Thomas, Whit- 
ney; and Marie Peterson, seated. 
Sophomore Class. 



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In colorful Hillbilly fashion, the Sports- 
men and Sportswomen twang out "You 
Were Mine" to the accompaniment of 
piano, guitar, and gut-bucket. 



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UNIOR PROM 




Lively Mike, Bob, John, (above) and 
Dick, better known as The Brothers 
Four, strum and sing during the pre- 
prom concert. The audience applause 
brought them back three times. 



SOON ON THE EVE 



Couples arrive (right) at the west 
entrance of the Wilkinson Center and 
proceed to the stairway toward the 
main ballroom. 



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zxpril l6th marked the most mem- 
orable and gala evening of the year, 
the 1965 Junior Prom and concert 
where lovely coeds attired in elegant 
creations of lace, delustered satin, and 
chiffon were attended by handsome 
college men in dark suits, tuxedos, and 
dinner jackets. 

As the fieldhouse lights dimmed, 
the Brothers Four entered the spotlight 
to entertain BYU fans for two hours 
and three encores with such favorites 
as their million copy "Greenfields." 
After the concert, the scene shifted to 
the Junior Prom in the Wilkinson Cen- 
ter Ballroom where the decorations 
committee had barely finished hanging 
coverings of modernistic trees in hues 
of blue, green and gray from the wall, 
and long strips of shimmering foil 
along the balcony. A fountain graced 
the center of the ballroom and the 
aroma of roses, carnations, and orchids 
filled the air. 

Intermission entertainment was pro- 
vided by the Production Guild after 
which couples were refreshed with 
sparkling black cherry floats, pineap- 
ple puffs, and entwined candy hearts. 
When all too soon the eve drew to a 
close, departing couples were presented 
with the Brothers Four recording of 
"Turn Around" as a token of the affair. 





Colored lights play upon the floor as couples whirl to the Scotsmen's music. 

Formally attired couples pause briefly by the ballroom to read the program. 




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YDAY 




Hag raising ceremony {above) con- 
ducted by the ROTC preceeded mes- 
sages from Church leaders, and Presi- 
dent Ernest L. Wilkinson. 



With loud speakers, bugles, and other 
noise makers, the wake-up committees 
(right) did their job all too willingly. 
Picture was taken at 5 a.m. 




\\ ednesday the 5 th turned out to be 
the soggiest day in May and Y-Day ac- 
tivities: city cleaning and beautification 
projects, whitewashing the Y-block, and 
fun and games, had to be postponed 
until May the 12th. 

The schedule called for work activ- 
ities in the morning and sports and 
social activities in the afternoon and 
night. Beginning at 5 a.m., students 
from approximately 36 wards worked 
on projects throughout the area. The 
Provo Airport, the parks, in the sur- 
rounding area, the cemeteries, the boat 
harbor, the BYU campus and Provo 
city in general were given special at- 
tention while students from fifteen 
other wards gave the Y-block its an- 
nual coat of whitewash. 

At noon, some 7,200 tired, sun 
burned, and sweaty students congre- 
gated at the football stadium to down 
two tons of spaghetti, 100 gallons of 
salad, 230 gallons of ice cream and 
7,200 drinks and pieces of pie. After 
dinner the sports activities included a 
mixed relay, a pie eating contest, a 
greased pig contest, the alumni-spon- 
sored Grand Prix Bike Race, tugs-of- 
war, a tandem bike relay, and the tra- 
ditional chariot races. 

Evening activities began with a 
Sophomore Class Vaudeville Show in 
the Smith Fieldhouse at 6:30. An out- 
door movie followed at 8:00 and at the 
same time dances started in the Wil- 
kinson Center. All activity on campus 
ceased at approximately 11:30 p.m. 




Some started the celebrations early. 
Here, students stage what the Daily 
Universe called "Pre-Y-Day Bites." 



Y-Day workers (right) get their re- 
ward: a spaghetti dinner. Ingredients 
for the recipe included 1.500 pounds of 
ground beef, 1.300 pounds of spaghetti, 
95 gallons of tomatoes and ISO pounds 
of onions. 



TWO TONS OF SPAGHETTI 




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TWO TONS OF SPAGHETTI conmued 



At the bottom of the mountain buckets 
full of whitewash start trip to the Y- 
block. Continuing trip, (series below, 
right) and spilling whitewash along 
the way. buckets finally reach the Y. 





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continued 



Aerial photo (below) shows the white- 
washing job almost finished. The long 
bucket brigade consisted of some 5,000 
students. 




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121 



TWO TONS OF SPAGHETTI continued 



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Veterans Bruce, Ray and John knew 
what the pie eating contest was all 
about. Here, they begin to share their 
pies with members of new executive 
council. 




Brent Turler (back) gets rid of his pie 
while Ray Goodwin (middle) pounces 
on unaware fellow still trying for first 
place. Bob Christiansen tries burying 
his head in the sand as Bruce Olsen (far 
right) prepares to get him. 




At the end of the contest participants 
looked like this. Bob seems to think that 
pies were finger-licking good. 



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Doing the Freddie. The Hitchhiker. The Jerk. The Mouse. The Swim. The 
Frug. The Slop. The Pony and everything else but La Bostella. students crowd 
the West Patio of the Wilkinson Center for what seemed to be the biggest 
stomp of the year. 



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All the fun of "The Old West" broke loose beginning May 3 when the Rodeo Club 
sponsored its annual Western Week. Special activities included a Western dance and 
a horse show featuring demonstrations in trick roping, calf tying, and various equestrian 
formations. A Rodeo concluded the week with events ranging from bareback and saddle 
bronc riding to steer wrestling and calf roping. 



Continuing a school trend, the 1964-65 fall semester saw a new enrollment record 
set at BYU. The total registration of 17,808 students was a fifteen per cent increase 
over the number of students registered for the previous year. Early in December Acting 
President Earl C. Crockett announced that the current enrollment exceeded the capacity 
of the University plant and that preparations were then underway to maintain future 
enrollment at the level of the 1964-65 school year. 




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EVENTS 




Mrs. Charleston, a member of one of the Southwest Indian Iribes explains the art of 
rug-making in the step-down lounge of the Wilkinson Center during American Indian 
Week. Other activities included a demonstration of the belt, Apache, Devel, and hoop 
dances; a corn-grinding demonstration; and a display of native artifacts such as pottery, 
rugs, baskets, clothing, and jewelry. Bread was cooked in a student-constructed oven on 
the patio and sold to students for a normal fee. 



The central theme of the six day conference for studentbody leadership was "Fear 
not what man can do." Ninety-five student leaders attended the first BYU training 
session to last for more than three days. The September concave, held in the green and 
gold setting of Aspen Grove, was designed to stimulate the individual and his potentials 
for growth, and to increase his ability to work with those around him. Perhaps the 
most significant consequence of this year's conference was that it was the creating source, 
for those attending, of an undercurrent which started in September and lasted until 
May. That undercurrent was dramatised by the sub-surface theme which developed; 
"People who need people. . . ." 




127 



OTHER EVENTS 



continued 



The largest number of students ever to receive diplomas from BYU was present for 
the 1965 Commencement Exercises. Receiving diplomas were a total of 1,810 students, 
1,598 of which received bachelor's degrees. The largest number of graduates— 400— 
came from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. 



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With a new stadium came new traditions, 
one of which was the lighting of the Block 
Y at every home game. The lightings were 
done by special individuals who were se- 
lected because they stood out as people who 
have contributed to the Spirit of the Y. 
These people were chosen from the Student- 
body, the Administration, and the Alumni. 
Such people as Ernest L. Wilkinson, Herald 
R. Clark, and Wayne B. Hales were among 
this year's Spirit of the Y Representatives. 



One of the activities of Married Students 
Week was "Tiny King and Queen." Kim - 
berly Ann Richardson, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Dale Richardson and Kory Gillitte, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gillette, were the crown- 
ed royality. 




STUDENT eOVENMENT 




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MORE THAN 



Studentbody President BRUCE OLSEN, 
a graduate student from Orangeville, 
Utah majoring in communications, was 
responsible for initiating student gov- 
ernment streamlining. 



GLORY SEEKERS 



JLt is often heard on campus that stu- 
dentbody officers are "nothing but a 
bunch of glory seekers." If this is true, 
there must have been plenty of glory to 
go around this past year; there were 
over 3,000 students directly involved in 
student government. 

The trouble with this kind of glory 
is that it doesn't come easily, and many 
a newly-elected officer has found out 
with horror that his job requires hours 
and hours of hard work, and that the 



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spot light seldom shines at two in the 
morning. 

During the past year, under the di- 
rection of Studentbody President Bruce 
Olsen, studentbody officers accom- 
plished a great deal for the university 
and the rest of the students. The of- 
ficers' efforts brought many famous 
performers as well as great personali- 
ties to our campus. Student officers 
welcomed new students, helped to make 
the Honor Code an effective part of 



BYU, and acted as a go-between for 
the students and the administration. 
One of the most important projects 
undertaken by student government this 
past year was to establish a more effici- 
ent and streamlined governing body; 
the constitution was revised and amend- 
ed to cope with the present problems 
of student government. Among other 
things, the streamlining did away with 
the senate and established a assembly 
in its place. 



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Appointed to the office of Executive Secre- 
tary was JANE SCHOLES a senior from 
The Dalles, Oregon, majoring in elementary 
education. Jane handled all correspondence 
for the President, supervised the receptionist 
program for the new Student Government 
Office, and was a member of the Executive 
Council. 



Filling the new post of Executive Representative was BILL THOMSON, a 
French major from Eugene, Oregon. Besides handling special assignments. 
Bill acted as a representative on behalf of the President in meetings, coun- 
cils, and other functions. 

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTS 

Executive Assistant BOB CHRISTIANSEN 
of Ely, Nevada, was in charge of all confer- 
ences, banquets, and block-seat tickets. A 
senior majoring in sociology, and one of the 
most preferred men on campus. Bob also 
worked with the Leadership Committee, and 
was a member of the Y Center Operating 
Board. ^ 



Another Executive Assistant was BRENT BIRCHER, a Salt Lake City grad- 
uate student majoring in governmental science. Brent, pictured here with 
his son Jess, was Chairman of the Academic Council, and a member of the 
Y Center Operating Board. 







Vice-president of Finance JOHN WRIGHT was a senior from 
New York City majoring in economics. John had the tantaliz- 
ing job of deciding where and how the $140,000 student body 
budget was spent. He also supervised the budgets of all stu- 
dent organizations and kept record of all studentbody finan- 
cial affairs. Major improvements in the Office of Finance 
were the publication of a budget booklet and cutting some of 
the red tape in obtaining studentbody funds. 



Vice-president of Culture RAY GOODWIN was a junior from 
Blackfoot, Idaho, majoring in music theory. For Ray^ who 
dreams of writing musical productions, there were many 
"opening nights" as he headed studentbody assemblies, theater 
productions, art exhibits, Y Center music, Skits-O-Fr antic, and 
Songfest. He was also Student Lyceum Consultant, and Film 
Consultant. Ray's goal was to provide more opportunities for 
all students who showed creative ability. 



SOCIAL ACTIVITIES OFFICERS: Left to right: Stan Dunn, 
business manager; Marty Rasmussen, executive assistant; 
Dave Payne, central dance chairman; Becky Nelson, secretary. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS 



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Vice-president of Social Activities was DAVE BOYACK, a 
junior economics major from Salt Lake City. Working 'for 
greater student participation in social activities, Dave spent 
over fifteen hours per week supervising and co-ordinating his 
committees which covered such activities as the stadium inau- 
guration, the grand opening of the Y Center, and Homecom- 
ing and Winter Carnival activities. Duties added this year 
included supervision of games, outings, and Y Day. 



STUDENT RELATIONS OFFICERS: Front row: Luana Tur- 
ley, executive secretary; Nancy Cullemore, historian. Back 
row: executive assistants: Paul Hansen, Bob Green, Ken Thiess. 



^IntrlrimEl "JJ'^r'"' ^^^"'-'""^ ^^^^^ '^^^^^Y was a 
senior from El Paso, Texas, majoring in law. Often referred to 

7rJr °?'f S^ 1'?}b.'S^iiy:' the Student Relations post Jv 
defu T^ ^"Wzcz^r, public relations, internmional stu 
dents, and most time^onsuming of all, BYU pen activi^: 

ttsIuZ^.t'"' ":? f °''' '." '"^^'^^^ communicltLbZe:n 
the students and the student leaders. Brent initiated a vZ 
gram of visits to the dorms by student leaders. "'"^'^'^ « P"^"^ 

secretary; Suzie Ward, browsing UbraryJ Mary" Jane John- 
ston, hobby shop chairman; Mary Babcock, creative writing 
chairman; Kent Steadman, art chairman. Back row Jerry 
Callister, executive assistant; Russ Parker^ productions guild 
chairman; John Rainer, music chairman; Stephen Alley 
executive assistant; Bob Bohn, finance assistant 





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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES CHAIRMEN 



Front row: David Wright, house committee chairman; Tom Tingey, Y-Day chair- 
man; Dennis Schode, scheduling chairman. Back roj^^: Dave Kimball, winter carnival; 
Elaine Church, hospitality chairman. 



PRODUCTION GUILD 




Front row: Russ Parker, Jan Camp, Ruth Walker, Cheryl Smith, Kenna Webb, Tawnie 
Olsen, Jerry Callister. Back row: Jim Strebel, Byron Smith, Joy Dunyon, Steve Hemecki, 
Lare Eastland. 



Front row: Susan Greenwood, Sheri Pardoe, Karen Mooney, Seila Hatch, Genie Pieper. 
Back row: Lowell Fisher, Dale Call, Bob Greene, Brent Armstrong, Dave Pinkston, 
Lloyd Nielson. 




PEP COMMITTEE 



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ACADEMIC EMPHASIS 

COMMITTEE 




Fronl row: Sydney Smith, Jerry Frederickson, Amy Owen, Lavina Fielding. Back row: 
Brent Lewis, George Johnson, W. Lynn Tanner, Robert Holbrook. Not shown: Ann 
Whiting, Ray Goad. 




WORLD AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 



Vront row: Jean Davis, Renee Rick, Wendy Woolley, Kathleen Collins. Back row: 
David Falbraith, Donald K. Garrick, Jan G. Otterstrom. 



PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE 



Front row: Lynda Richards, head receptionist; David Hoopes, attorney general; Mary- 
anne Black, elections chairman. Back row: Dean Zimmerman, press secretary; Blake 
Sonne, participations chairman; Jerry Fredrickson, academic emphasis chairman; Ed 
Schmidt, honor council president. 




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OFFICERS. Left to right: Evelyn Haslem, vice-president; Ann Welch, secretary-trea- 
surer; Karen Espe, president; Julie Polly, housing vice-president. 



COUNCIL. Left to right: Lena Lee Christensen, Claudia Thompson, Camille Cornaby, 
Carol Dixon, Nancy Lillywhite. 



ASSOCIATED 



WOMEN 
STUDENTS 



AWS is the organization that in- 
volves all women students at Brigham 
Young University. The Associated Wo- 
men Students' Council, Presidency, and 
Junior Council worked to make each 
girl's stay at the University enjoyable 
and successful. 

Together with the Associated Men 
Students organization, AWS works to 
orient new students to college life 
through the "University Sisters" pro- 
gram and through special activities for 
foreign students. 

Special AWS activities during the 
year included the annual Preference 
Ball, Women's Week, Songfest, the 
monthly "Y" Standout, and the yearly 
Annals of Achievement. 



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ASSOCIATED 
MEN STUDENTS 



President Nathan Eldon Tanner presents the AMS Exemplary Manhood Award to Art 
Linkletter, the first non-LDS to receive it. 



Front row. Ken Higbee, Larry Prina, Newt Andrus. Back row: Dave McFadden, Doug 
Hindmarsh, Tom Griffiths, Dave Johnston, Ray Baldwin. 



The Associated Men Students' or- 
ganization, as the BYU men's couter- 
part of AWS, is designed to help the 
men become oriented at school and to 
stimulate and coordinate student activi- 
ties. 

AMS works with its sister unit 
to assist foreign students in becoming 
acquainted with American university 
life and also to conduct student hous- 
ing activities. A special feature of the 
joint activities of the two organizations 
is the annual awarding of "Supremacy" 
trophies to student groups and wards 
showing particular excellence in aca- 
demic and athletic achievement. 

Special student events sponsored by 
AMS were the Christmas drive, Men's 
Night, Winter Carnival, Fight Night, 
and the yearly Y Day. 




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JL/uring their last year of existence the 
34-member ASBYU student senate did 
a bang-up job as they attempted to move 
into different areas such as promoting 
student services and service projects. 
Two-thirds of the school year, the sen- 
ate was under the leadership of Vince 
Breglio, a senior psychology major from 
Whittier, California, who was an execu- 
tive assistant to last year's student body 
president. Salt Laker Jim Mortenson, 
who spends his spare time majoring in 
mathematics and plays a pretty fair 
game of shuffleboard, was appointed 
president of the senate for the last part 
of second semester. Basically, the duty 
of this body was to legislate all policies 
and programs concerning the associated 
students of BYU. In 1964-1965, especi- 
ally, they were interested in providing 
help for the various organizations and 
groups within the studentbody. 



SENATE 



Senate President Jim Mortenson 



Front row: Helen Sirrine, Shirley Williams, Zona Rutledge, Claudia Smith, Jim D. 
Mortensen, Ann Franz, Cynthia Whiting, Mayre Rasmussen, Delmar Williams. Second 
row: Dale McArthur, Terrel Hunt, Dianne Farley, Paul Toscano, Lou Dredge, Mike 
Johnson, Brent Anderson, Lynn Southam, Marty Rasmussen. Back row: Robert W. 
Routsong, David Ross, Neal Nelson, Ranier Munns, Roger Lunt, Roger Anderson, Craig 
Collett. 




138 







JUSTICES. Left to right: Jim Fox, Gary Lambert, chief justice; Milan Smith. 



SUPREME COURT 



TRAFFIC COURT 



Xistablished to act as a balance be- 
tween ASBYU executive officers and 
the ASBYU legislative groups, the Su- 
preme Court was invaluable in its func- 
tion as mediator. Acting as a court of 
last appeal on student body matters, 
the Supreme Court has the responsibil- 
ity of handling disputes among the 
various student organizations and be- 
tween ASBYU officials and student or- 
ganizations. The ASBYU Supreme 
Court consisted of three justices ap- 
pointed by the ASBYU President. Each 
justice's tenure of office equaled his 
time in residence at the University. Im- 
portant cases handled by the Court dur- 
ing the 1964-65 school year concerned 
election rules, eligibility for offices, and 
the dispute over the IOC juridiction. 
Organized over five years ago, the 
student-conducted Student Traffic Ap- 
peals Court was established as an auxil- 
iary of the student Supreme Court. Stu- 
dent appeals can be made on any traffic 
citation, and all cases are judged by the 
standards of the Utah State Traffic 
Code and special BYU campus rules. 
In deciding a claim, the court has the 
power either to increase or decrease the 
fines or points originally attached. Un- 
der Chief Judge Gar Elison, the court 
held one to two sessions each week. 



Front row. Keith Lalliss, Gar Elison, Warren Hansen. Back row. 
Chad Pugmire. 



Briant Cummens, 




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Responsible for educating the stu- 
dent body in all matters pertaining to 
academic and non-academic standards, 
the Honor Council functions to assist 
fellow students to be aware of the 
honor code at BYU and to live up to 
its statutes. The council is separated 
into two bodies, the publicity division 
which informs the student body as to 
honor council purposes, and the coun- 
seling division which works directly 
in counseling those who have violated 
the honor code. 

The system of being completely on 
one's honor to comply with the Uni- 
versity's standards and also helping 
one's associates in the same respect has 
attracted the attention of other univer- 
sities since the code was instituted in 
1949 by student constitutional ammend- 
ment. Many schools have requested in- 
formation about the honor system and 
are investigating the possibility of 
adopting a similar one. 



HONOR COUNCIL 




Honor Council Chairman Ed Smith congratulates Joanne Dorane for designing 
the winning Honor Symbol. 



Front row, left to right: Judy Nevills, Orville Day, Don Trother, Ed Schmidt, Robin 
Carter, Jeanne Merrill, David Cherrington. Second row. Susan Leefeldt, Beth Groberg, 
Sherry Miller, Nancy Lewis, Patricia Mae Olsen, Mary Ann Brusco, Ingrid Klein, Ada 
Ruth Gray, Jeri Morris. Back row: Larry Connell, John Robinson, Grant Lee, Larry 
Hansen, Ron Haymore, Jim Cartwright, Don Johnson, Hank Rinquist. 



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Front row: Biff McComas, Ellis Hamblin. Second row: Cheryl Brown, Anona Shum- 
way. Back row: Theo Powell, Larry Keeler, LaVar Rockwood. 

INTER-ORGANIZATION 
COUNCIL 



INTER-SERVICE 
COUNCIL 



Front row: Charlotte Handley, Barbara Mozley, Behrooa Farhangi. Second row: Pam 
Romney, Larry Keeler, Lynette Scholes. Third row: Linda Bowen, Jan Thurston, Connie 
Nelson. Back row: Mary Margaret Jones, David Zappe. 




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PROGRAM 



VC^ith basketball halftimes, MIA 
shows, Hotel Utah shows, high school 
tours in Utah, California, and the 
Northwest, and Indian tours in the 
Southwest, not to mention all the week- 
night shows in the Provo vicinity, the 
Program Bureau offered many chances 
for BYU students to serve others while 
developing their talents. Known for 
the public service they render on be- 
half of the University and the Church 
in presenting wholesome entertainment, 
the Bureau staged 253 shows during the 
1963-1964 school year. The schedule of 
shows this year was similar and breaks 
down as follows: Church-54, BYU cam- 
pus-22, high school-64, civic-26, col- 
lege-6, other schools-3, military-43, TV- 
4, people to people-23, and radio-8. 
The total miles traveled was 72,437; 
the total audience was 1,036,589; and 
the total number of students participat- 
ing in one or more performances was 
2,217. 

Making sure these shows were run 
as powerfully and as effectively as pos- 
sible was Miss Janie Thompson, Di- 
rector of the Program Bureau, Blaine 
Lee, Student Director, and 22 MC di- 
rectors, the backbone of the programs, 
who did everything from running spot- 
lights and testing microphones, to splic- 
ing tapes and building huge props. 



BUREAU 



The merry-go-round scene from "Mary 
Poppins" was re-enacted during the 
southwestern tour by (rear) Brent Han- 
sen, Cody Neville, Blaine Lee, Don 
Reed, Pam Rogers; (middle) Dick Cir- 
cuit, Susan Ward, Michele Thayne, 
Arlen Housekeeper; (front) Stewart 
Smith, and Arlene Nichissey. 




Patti Petersen becomes Eliza from "My 
Fair Lady" with a cockeyed rendition of 
"Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" 




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Patti Petersen, Sandi Jensen, and Sally 
Flynn perform as a trio for the Elec- 
tions Program before the Inaugural 
Ball. They also participated with the 
Bureau on the northwest tour and rep- 
sented BYU on the twelve-week tour to 
the Orient during the summer. 



Sponsored by the State Department 
to improve international relations and 
impressions of American youth, BYU's 
"Curtain Time USA" variety show was 
presented in Ceylon, India, Nepal, Pak- 
istan, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Greece, 
Lebanon, and Jordon, with a final pre- 
sentation in Vienna at the World Music 
Festival. Under the direction of Norm 
Nielson, the twenty-five members of 
the Program Bureau performed numer- 
ous shows during the seventeen weeks 
from February to June in addition to 
participation in forums, roundtables, 
discussions, and luncheons. Making a 
hit in the Middle East, the "Curtain 
Time" cast was best loved for their 
willingness to mingle right in with the 
people in the communities. 





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PROGRAM BUREAU MC's 







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David Van Wagoner 
Mike Van Dorn 
Gosta Stride 
Stewart Smith 
Don Renolds 




Gary Montgomery 
Bruno Mittler 
Bill Michel 
Roger McVean 



Randy Pico 
Jack McCallister 
Blaine Lee 
Gary Lawrence 



Val Kendall 
Roger Hunt 
Brent Hansen 
Russell John Green 



Larry Eastland 
J. C. Cook 
Happy Cluff 
Richard Circuit 



Greg Christofferson 
Cline Campbell 
Russell Bice 
Russell Bevans 
Gerald Argetsinga 



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PHOTO STUDIO 



BYU PHOTO STUDIO (right ) : Ten 
thousand dollars of service was ren- 
dered by the BYU Photo Studio for 
the 1965 Banyan. With a staff of 37, 
the studio, under the direction of Jerry 
Rogers, took pictures of nearly one half 
of the studentbody. 



BYU PRESS (below): Thirty-one full- 
time workers and 50 student workers 
helped the University Press in printing 
campus publications such as the Ban- 
yan, the school catalog, class schedules, 
the Daily Universe, office forms and 
various brochures. 




PRESS 



Front row: Lucile Taylor, Production Supervisor; Ethel Watts, Sales Supervisor, Back 
row: Kent Crandall, Assist. Manager; Gerald Rogers, Manager; Leon Woodward, Lab 
Technician. 



Left to right: Charles Pope, stripping; Hideo (YoYo) Yokota, plate making; Martin 
Thome, typesetting; Dale Howell, press; Frank Haymore, manager. 




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WOMEN'S WEEK 





Madame Spanier enchants coeds with 
her experiences in the world of high 
fashion. 



SHE WALKS 



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Tension and excitement fill the air as 
hundreds of coeds line up to "prefer" 
their favorite men. 



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Vv omen's Week 1964, "She Walks 
in Beauty," honored the BYU coeds 
November 16-20. The activities offi- 
cially began with a Spurs-sponsored 
concert by mezzo-soprano Shirley Ver- 
rett on Monday night. The next day, 
Dr. Leona Holbrook, professor of 
physical education and head of the wo- 
men's P. E. department, told her audi- 
ence at the Devotional Assembly in the 
Smith Fieldhouse that their aspirations 
"should be higher than expected." The 
Womens Chorus, under the direction of 
Maughan McMurdie, presented a spe- 
cial tribute to BYU women at the 
assembly. 

On Wednesday of Women's Week, 
Dileas Chalean played hostess to a bri- 
dal show in the Alumni House. Then at 
Thursday's Forum Assembly, Mme. Gi- 
nette Spanier, directress of the world 
famous Balmain House of Fashion, ex- 
plained that "nothing comes easily." 
She also revealed that women dress for 
themselves, not for men or other wo- 
men. Climaxing the week was a fashion 
show sponsored by White Key. The 
emphasis of the stylish fashions was on 
financial feasibility. 



Fashions with an emphasis on econoniy 
are modeled for BYU coeds attending 
the White Key fashion show. 




IN BEAUTY 



Dr. Leona Holbrook: Happiness is be- 
ing a woman in a man's world. 




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Warm weather brings fast music and exhuberant students outside for the first 
Spring stomp as participators and onlookers alike are entertained. 



One of the more popular foreign lan- 
guages offered on campus was Fresh- 
man English. 




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Cheerleaders and "dancing girls" spark 
enthusiasm at the opening of the new 
football stadium. 



STUDENT LIFE 



Fertilizer and witty plea encourage 
growth on the site of a future lawnology 
course. 




As part of the end of the semester ritual, 
students try to sell their texts back to 
the bookstore. 




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Budge Wallis, Managing Editor 
Shelia Carter, Editor 

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Bud Bracken, Business Manager 



DAILY UNIVERSE 




J. he task of meeting a daily news- 
paper deadline was, for the Daily Uni- 
verse staff, not only time-consuming, 
but also rewarding and exciting. In the 
office located on the fifth floor of the 
Wilkinson Center, editors often worked 
long hours after the rest of the campus 
had hit the sack. When first-semester 
editor Bill Sanders left. Sheila Carter, 
managing editor, moved into his posi- 
tion at the helm, and business continued 
to move smoothly forward. 

As the second largest daily morning 
newspaper in the state, the Universe is 
among the first on campus to receive 
the news, good or tragic. Freak acci- 
dents, Aevy appointments, sporting 
events, the latest in fashion, candid 
comments from students, and club meet- 
ings comprised a portion of the news 
covered in the daily publication. Putting 
out a larger paper this year than ever 
before, the 50-member staff had a big 
job, that of informing the students of 
happenings on campus and in the world. 





Sharon Beauchamp, Feature Editor 



La Vina Fielding, Copy Editor 
Julia Brown, Copy Editor 



Maureen Young, Society Editor 



Bob Webb, Advertising Manager 



Elaine Goodman, Galaxy Editor 






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RECEPTIONISTS. Left to right: Judy Good, Karen Smith, Karen Fielding, sitting: 
Rosemary Rekar. 



Linda Hansing, Campus Editor 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. Sitting: Bill Jones, Rosemary Rekar, Dave Croft. Standing: Paul 
Boden, Craig Thompson, LeGrand Soelberg. 



UNIVERSE 

continued 




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ASSISTANT EDITORS. Left to right: Gary Wood, Sports; Kathy Cheney, Campus; 
Linda Fales, Society. 



Jerry Newell, AP Editor 



Terry Trendler, Head Photographer Stan Hodge, Sports Editor 






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Helio Gonzalez, Editor 



BANYAN 

Otereo music piped in over the inter- 
com, a spacious, yellow, modern and 
tastefully decorated office, and huge 
windows revealing views of campus, Y 
mountain, and Mount Timp, all com- 
bined to provide mood and luxury for 
Banyan staff members in 1965. So lux- 
urious was everything, in fact, that it 
was sometimes difficult to concentrate 
on the tasks that needed to be finished. 
Several things had not changed with 
the move to the Wilkinson Center of- 
fice, however. There were still the 
staff's dreams and aspirations of pro- 
ducing the best book ever, and there 
was, as always, the hectic pressure just 
prior to deadlines. It seemed that the 
increased size of the office brought with 
it more places for layouts and copy to 
be lost, but those who cared, who 
slaved over their brainchild, the Banyan, 
somehow managed to maintain, within 
a general location, the materials neces- 
sary for the production of "the book." 
Toward the end of the year, the staff 
had dwindled to a noble few who, al- 
though they were often tempted to 
commit each other to another promin- 
ent Provo institution, devoted valuable 
homework and socializing time to pro- 
duce the 1965 Banyan. 



Kay Ferrell, Managing Editor- 



Andrea Lee, Associate Editor 





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Galen Gadd, Head Photographer 



Rosemary Henley, Copy Editor 



Marjorie Norris, Editorial Assistant 



Lynn Tanner, Business Manager 






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BANYAN 



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Glay Homer, Sports 



Mignon McCracken, Classes 



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Susan Watts, Organizations Editor 



Jaron Summers, Photographer 
Cathy Stock, Fine Arts Editor 





Spencer Lewis, Photographer 

Doug Wixom, Sports Editor 



Norm Smith, Photographer 



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FemAlice Smith, Copy 



JoDee Madsen, Administration 




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The Blazing "Y" — photograph by Galen Gadd. 




SERVICE 




Jan Thurston 
President 



INTERCOLLEGIATE KNIGHTS 



While students were caught up in the excitement of NCAA regional 
baketball playoffs, members of Intercollegiate Knights once more made the 
trek up the "Y" mountain to carry on the tradition of "Y" lighting. This tra- 
dition and two others established by IK's, ringing the victory bell and co- 
sponsoring Belle of the Y Week, are the school's oldest traditions. These 
and other services such as ushering at athletic events, selling movie discount 
cards and programs at games, and sponsoring the Campus Chest drive, enabled 
IK's to accumulate twice as many service hours as any other unit for 1964-65. 



Margaret Dyring 
Duchess 

David Adams 

Brent Barlow 

Gary Bell 
Scribe 

Frank H. Bria 



Frank E Brimhall 
Ben Brossard 
Lloyd Bush 
Doug Carlile 
James Cartwright 



Gary Croft 
Craig Davis 
Lou Dredge 
Ronald Frandsen 
Kent Freeman 



Robert Fuhriman 
Chancellor 

David M. Gardnei 

John Gerritsen 

Glade Goodliffe 

James Greenan 



Gilbert Greer 
Douglas Hansen 
Evan D.- Harrison 
Dave S. Hill 
William Hunn 




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Mitchell W, Hunt 

Larry Hutchinson 

James Jewell 

Douglas Keeler 
Vice Duke 

Larry Keeler 



Ron Keith 

Joseph D. Kinateder 

Craig Kirkham 

Guy Lane 

Wayne Le Sueur 



Kay L. Lovell 

Rulon D. Lewis 

Michael Mickelson 

Leonard Miller 

Don Mack Pearson 



Thomas Peterson 
Recorder 

Ken Polly 

John Rainer 

Steve Rasmussen 

Thomas Reeve 



Stan Robbins 

Antony Sarver 

Ross Schriever 

Charles Shepard 



Jay Simmons 



Norman Smith 

Rodney Smith 

John Taggert 

Bill Taylor 

Mike Tibbitts 



John W. Welch 

Ray Westergard 

Everett Wharton 

Brian Wilkin 

Hugh Williams 




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Connie Nelson 
President 



Y CALCARES 



Y Calcares, whose name was taken from the Spanish word for "spurs," 
was organized as an adaptation of a national women's service unit. Appearing 
at BYU in the 1941-42 school year, the group's first business meetings were 
conducted during lunch hours. Since 1955 Y Calcares has been exclusively for 
juniors, because in that year the Y C's brought to BYU, "Spurs," a national 
service organization for sophomore women. To become a part of Y Calcares, 
a coed must have a 3-0 cumulative GPA and a record of school service. 

Y Calcares engaged in numerous projects and programs. They were often 
seen reading to blind students or ushering. Y C's marched in the Home- 
coming Parade and took part in other annual events such as Women's Week, 
Cougar Days, the Christmas Drive, and Winter Carnival. In addition members 
were justly proud of being co-sponsors of Belle of the Y Week. Y Calcares 
also sponsored socials for their own group, and among these were exchanges 
with other service units. As usual, the exchanges held with their "brother" 
unit Intercollegiate Knights were especially successful. In order to provide a 
complete schedule, Y Calcares rounded out the year with a summer newsletter. 









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Barbara Anderson 
Mary Babcock 
Fae Bartholmew 
Carma Lou Bunker 
Pat Child 



Annette Cottam 
Secretary 

Diane Crompton 

Elaine Denkers 

Pauline Duke 

Margaret Ethering 



Margaret Fowles 

Helen Free 

Karen Frome 

Helen E. Gardner 

Cathy Hales 
Treasurer 



Sandra Howell 
Sheryl Jamison 
Elizabeth Lindsey 
Anita May 
Cathlin McGregor 



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Orlean Miller 

Ramona Moore 

Carol Morgan 

Jan Morley 



Carla Morris 

Sylvia Noyes 

Charlene Oaks 

Shirley Olsen 



Diane Owens 

Connie Palmer 

Marilyn Poll 

Joan Porter 



Sharon Raylance 

Fawn Scheuer 

Terry Taye 

Nadine Taylor 
Vice President 



Janet Williams 

Valeree Workman 

Carole Young 

Charlene Zimmerman 














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Co-sponsors Y Calcares and Intercol- 
legiate Knights watch performance of 
Belle of Y semi-finalist during the tal- 
ent division of the contest. 



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SERVICE 






Phoebe Pedersen 
President 



DILEAS CHALEAN 



One of the newest groups on campus, Dileas Chalean was organized in 
1963. It is unique in being the only women's service unit drawing membership 
from all four classes. This group has mainly been concerned with campus 
public relations and works directly with the Public Relations Office. This year 
members conducted walking tours on campus, as well as bus tours of the 
campus perimeter, to acquaint visitors with BYU facilities. The group also 
spent a great deal of time in research on the various university buildings, and 
this information was published and distributed to all visitors. Other service 
projects included ushering at football games, selling tickets, assisting at the 
state mental hospital, and aiding in the Alumni Telefund library book drive. 

Dileas Chalean featured many social activities for members. This year's 
exchanges with Alpha Phi Omega and Intercollegiate Knights, the exchange 
talent programs, and the guest speakers, such as Brother Workman from Public 
Relations, gave members opportunities for much valuable experience in social 
relations. A highlight of the year for members of Dileas Chalean was their 
end of the year Spring Banquet. 




Robyn Ausseresses 
Suzanne Baker 
Marilyn Boren 
Maria Braun 
Linda Carpenter 



Linda Casto 
Marilyn Clayton 
Nancy Cullimore 
Diane Dishinger 
Linda Fales 



Helen Gee 
Judy Greene 
Gayle Hansen 
Jane Hicken 
Irma Hoke 



Carol Hutchinson 

Karen Lau 

Barbara Mozley 
Treasurer 

Ronda Nelson 
Secretary 

Phyllis Nuttall 



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Loralee Peay 

Susan Peters 

Portia Pyle 
Historian 

Roberta Quigley 



Linda Shaw 


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Sharon Steglich 


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Sharon Stephenson 


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Corrine Strong 
Editor 


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Lee Ann Sumnicht 

Linda Thurman 

Judy Turner 

Christine A. Wickman 



Diana Wiebers 

Donna Witter 

Kathryn Young 

Sue Ann Ziegler 
Vice President 





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UNIT OFFICERS. Left to right: Yvonne Miller, sponsor; Portia Pyle, historian; Bar- 
bara Mozley, treasurer; Ronda Nelson, secretary; Phoebe Pedersen, president; Gayle 
Hansen, sergeant-at-arms; Sue Ann Ziegler, vice-president; Corrine Strong, edrtor. 




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SERVICE 



CIRCLE K CLUB 



BRIGHAM W""\ 
UNIVERSI 
PROVO.y '^ 



Behr(X)2 Farhangi 
President. 



CIRCLE K 



Circle K is the college branch of Kiwanis International and their inter- 
action with the community Kiwanis members provides opportunities for per- 
sonal contact with business and community leaders. "We Build" is their motto 
and is the basis for all activity for over 600 chapters in the United States and 
Canada. Each month BYU Circle K's record more than 1000 hours of service 
to the school and community. Besides sponsoring campus social events, the 70 
members usher for Fine Arts productions, tutor high school students, and 
help in the "March of Dimes." 



Darvel Allred 

Merlin Allred 

Gary Baugh 
House Chairman 

Robert Beck 

Phil Betz II 



Karl Blake 

Paul D. Boyer 

Ed Brown 

Robert G. Burningham 

Jay C. Chamberlain 



Nathan Coulter 

Ken Curtis 
Publicity Chairman 

Robert Dalley 

Tom Despain 

Darryl Dunn 



John Franzen 
Service Chairman 

Don Gover 

Leigh Gunnell 
Program Chairman 

Ray Hadley 

Allan S. Hall 



Allen Hall 
Sports Chairman 

R. Kent Howcroft 

Keith Huntsman 

Reed Jarvis 

Jay O. Johnston 




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Dr. Wayne Clark 
Faculty Advisor 

Gary Barney 
Vice President 

Julie Paull 

Homecoming Attendant 

Sponsored by Circle K 



Richard Lacey 
Corresponding Secretary 



Bud Peterson 
Project Chairman 

Randy Pick 




John Pickering 
Education Chairman 

Roger Porter 
Ushering Chairman 



Rodney R. Rigby 
Membership Chairman 

John Roach 

Secretary 

Jerry Robinson 
Treasurer 

Harvey Self 

David Slaughter 
Social Chairman 

LeGrand Soelberg 

Dennis Spackman 

Richard Stratton 

John Talbot 

John VanCott 



Bob Viencek 
Music Chairman 

Dick Wadman 

Al Warren 

Sedge Wellinitz 

Mike Wismer 



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SERVICE 




Mary Margaret Jones 
President 



SPURS 



Y Spurs is a chapter of a national service organization for sophomore 
women. Founded at Montana State College in 1922, Spurs was established at 
BYU in 1956 with the assistance of Y Calcares and the University of Utah 
Spurs. At present there are Spur units on forty-six campuses in the West. 

The Spurs are dedicated to serving both their school and their community, 
so their motto is "At Your Service." Their official statement of purpose says 
that Spurs should serve their university and local community, be supporters 
of Studentbody activities, and try to " . . . foster among the women students 
a spirit of loyalty and helpfulness, and to uphold the traditions of the univer- 
sity." The Y Spurs strive hard to achieve these goals every year. 

This year the Spurs won a plaque in the Blood Drive for being the highest 
percent donors of the service groups, and they were also finalists in Skits-O- 
Frantic. Spurs worked as ushers and were readers for blind students at BYU. 
They were tutors and special Big Sisters for Indian students. In addition, the 
Spurs were volunteer workers at Utah State Hospital and American Fork 
Training School. A highlight of the year was the Spur-Circle K Invitational. 




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Mrs. Anna May Curtis 
Faculty Advisor 

Diana AUred 

Dianne Gale Astle 

Joyce Bartholomew 

Margaret A .Blackman 



Andrea Bowers 
Dianne Boyce 
Marilyn Brinton 
Beverly Burrup 
Jan Camp 



Susan Clark 
Donna May Chun 
Peggy Crockett 
Kathy Dalzen 
Anne Duncan 





Mary Kay Evans 

Geralyn Goo 

Pamela Giibler 

Carol Hartman 
Vice President 

Sherry Hoke 



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Mary Lynn Huff 

Diana Hunter 

Janet Jackson 

Ruth Jensen 




Kathleen Johnson 

Eleanor Judd 

Penny Klein 

Marilyn Larson 



Roberta Lewis 
Vice President 

Sherry Miller 

Marcia Ann Nelson 

Sandra Nielson 
Historian 



Linda Olson 

Ann Partridge 

Kathleen Perry 

Sandy Pierce 
Secretary 



Kathryn Ann Rasband 
Renee Rich 
Nancy Rollins 
Ellen Roundy 



Elizabeth Russell 
Editor 

Diane Ruth Smith 

Diane V. Smith 

Gaye Stucki 



Sondra Tripp 
Secretary 

Joanne Warr 

Andrea Watkins 

Bonnie Wendel 




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SERVICE 




ANGEL FLIGHT 



Pamela Romney 
Commandant 



Becoming acquainted with the military service was the primary purpose 
of Angel Flight. In 1961 this national honorar)' women's service unit became 
affiliated with the Arnold Air Society, and was organized to stimulate interest 
in the Air Force. Members learned more about the defense system of America 
by visiting Air Force bases, besides going on the annual trip to the Air Force 
Academy. 

As a service unit, the Flight participated in most campus activities such 
as ushering at devotionals, at games and concerts, and working at the Alumni 
House. Members of this unit also spent two hours every Tuesday in Leader- 
ship Lab drilling with the cadets and promoting the spirit of the corps. In 
addition, the Flight co-sponsored the semi-annual Red Cross Blood drive, and 
for enjoyment directed the Easter Egg hunt for the children of BYU faculty 
and married students. The unique feature of this cosely knit organization was 
that every member held a position of responsibility ranging from being an 
editor of a newspaper to service chairman. Two outstanding social events for 
Angel Flight were the Christmas Ball, and the elegant Military Ball, 



Robyn Andrus 




Lilliann Arp 
Paula Austin 
Judi Barker 
Peggy Black 



Gloria Bowen 

Linda Bowen 
Comptroller 

Markay Bruggeman 

Shonnie Bushnell 
Executive Officer 

Candace Call 



Leslie Carlson 

Sue Cartwright 

DaLee Clegg 

Carolyn Duce 
Administrative Officer 

Carolyn Dunn 



Margaret Dyring 

Linda Ellis 
Operations Officer 

Toni Fowler 

Louise Goates 
Personnel Officer 

Lura Gordon 



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Charlotte Hand ley 

Kathy Harrington 

Janie Harris 

Gayle Hayashi 
Information Officer 

Isla Hoover 



Elaine Jones 

Diane Kamm 

Margaret Layton 

Nadine Maxfield 



Elizabeth May 

Maxine McFadden 

Stefenee Nielsen 

Becky Nielson 



Jannette O'Donnal 

Lana Parks 

Linda Rollins 

Lynette Scholes 

Material Officer 



Julie Simmonds 

Bettina Smith 

Marilyn Stone 

Mary Ann Swenson 



Patty Searle 

Mary Lou Shaffer 

Tamara Sharp 

Julie Shorten 



Adell Viehwcg 

Lou Ann Walker 

Jan Walthuis 

Jacqi Warner 

Kay Whitney 




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SERVICE 

THEA 
ALEXIS 



Sylvia Schaelling 
President 



"A helping hand" was the appropriate motto of Thea Alexis. A unit 
whose name means "Goddess of Service," Thea Alexis is a service organization 
for freshman women, serving both school and community. Every week girls 
volunteered to work in the mental hospital, taught MIA at the American Fork 
Training school, and actively participated in the Cerebral Palsy Drive. By 
ushering at assemblies and special programs, Thea Alexis members rendered 
service to the school. In addition, they made costumes for Program Bureau, 
worked in art sales, and helped with the Campus Chest Drive. 



Marcey J. Ashby 
Work Director 

Beth Anderson 

Chris Berkey 

Danita Boyer 

Jeanne Bryan 



Susan Clarke 

Carol Cluff 

Janet Dahl 
Historian 

Karen Davis 

Janet Erickson 



Renee Fletcher 

LaDawn Glover 
Social Chairman 

Macy Goodwin 

Shauna Harris 

Susan Hepworth 

Shannon Jacobsen 

Ann Jensen 
Sergeant at Arms 

Fairlene John 

Donna La Valley 

Norma J. Madsen 



Penney Nissen 

Susan Noble 

Carol Payne 

Cindy Pratt 
Treasurer 

Claudia Sewell 



Norene Shurtleff 
Secretary 

Chris Sproul 
Projert Director 

Ina Tolman 

Lorraine Tucker 

Laraine K. Webecke 




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SERVICE / DEPARTMENTAL 




Front row. Darwin L. Visker, sergeant at armes, Ron Ruggles, corresponding secretary, 
Dell Saunders, second vice president, Tom Williams, president, Nancy Hanks, sweet- 
heart, Dave Zappe, first vice president, John Lunceford, Don Eastman. Second row: 
Max Lloyd, Kim Wong, Patrick Murphy, Duane Perry, William Rutter, Lorin Taylor, 
Michael Law. Third row: Royce Henningson, Daniel Brown, Steve Flinders, Gary Myers, 
Don Stovall, Lee Pocock, Gary Whiting, Gary Sorensen. Fourth row: Curtis Coombs, 
Ronald Matthews, Wayne Hansen, Ronald Taylor, Pete Tatman, Larry Christensen, Tom 
Baxter. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



AIDD 



Front row: John D. Gill, Cecil O. Perkins, James E. Poulsen, Calvin W. West, trea- 
surer, Pamela Morley, secretary, Wilford J. Tolman, faculty advisor. Laurel D. Willis, 
acting president. Second row: Clead Karren, Lyle Carlton, Robert Pyle ,WilIiam C. 
Barnhill, Gary F. Hawkins, Gary N. Ray, Frank Dennis Breinholt, G. C. M. Ellsworth. 
Third row: Max Alder, Richard Millard, Vaughn C. Croft, Donald Horrocks, Chuck 
Revill, Gary Towne, Howard Nuttall, Tom Scholes. 




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DEPARTMENTAL 




OMICRON NU 



Front row: Marian Bennion, Sadie Morris, Eileen Nuttall, president; Nena Flake, Joyce 
Boyle, Jenniveve Poulson, Carol Ann Willardson. Back row. Norda Baldwin, Annette 
Coltam, Noreen Olpin, vice president; DeAnn Young, Delia Ann Merrill, secretary; 
Reid Davidson, Andrea Lee, Jean Price, Carolyn Brandt, Joyce Norton, Irene Reeves. 



Front row: Marianna S. McClellan, Judith Noorda, Narduccio Benton Domenici, presi- 
dent; Marguerito Wilson, faculty advisor; Rhondda Cutts, secretary-treasurer; Jo Bowcut, 
program chairman, Catherine Kearl. Biuk row: Bruce B. Winters, Anita Lambert, 
Ausencia B. Elen, Shu-Ching Liu, Vivian Jedell, Beth Schrumpf, Janice Nielsen, Sheila 
Sorensen, Neil Bonham, M. E. Idiculla. 



THETA 

EPSILON CHI 




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Front row. Frank Hatch, publicity; Marcia Glover, treasurer; Betty Jean Morby, activi- 
ties chairman; Sara Douthitt, secretary; Carol Ann Jones, president; Zan (Alexandra) 
Avati, vice-president; Mary Beth Arbon, scheduling; Lynn Brookhouser, historian; 
Ginger Hampton, alumni chairman. Second roiv: Linda Hatch, advisor; Mary Ellen 
Madsen, Sandra Kanniainen, Evelyn Croft, Linda Carter, Linda Dixon, Nancy Curtin, 
Cheryln Olson, Leah Richards, Carolyn Duce. Third row: Helen Beaman, faculty; Louise 
Dean, Dana Rosado, Laraine Miner, Clyda Stevens, Roxsann Wilson Heard, Marilyn 
Miller, Michele Thayn, Renee Yerg, faculty advisor. Back row: Roy L. Stoner, Larry 
Hunt, Larry J. Larsen, Mario Aranda, Bruce Holley, David F. Campbell, Jerald C. 
Tolman, Ronald Greene, Robert T. Oliphant, faculty advisor. 



ORCHESIS 



In preparation for the Spring Concert, these dancers strive for perfection of 
artistry in a number for the program. 




Noted for its activity and artistic 
excellence, BYU's Orchesis dance 
group completed another successful 
year of performance and activity in 
1964-63. Orchesis is one of the college 
chapters of a national modern dance 
organization established by Margaret 
D'Houbler — a famous dance educator 
at the University of Wisconsin — to give 
students more opportunities to perfect 
their dance talents. Although it has no 
national leadership, independent chap- 
ters are found on almost all colleges 
and once accepted, members can be ac- 
tive in any chapter. 

The goal of the BYU group was to 
not only improve the talents of its 
members, but also to elevate modern 
dance as an art form. This goal was 
realized in many activities and perfor- 
mances. Orchesis presented the Christ- 
mas assembly, "Prelude to Nativity," 
and perfomed in the musical "Came- 
lot." Orchesis also presented and par- 
ticipated in several fine art symposiums 
and directed a workshop for dance 
groups from schools in the intermoun- 
tain area. The highlight of the year was 
the annual concert, featuring original 
work by its members and advisors. 



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Front row: Dell K. Allen, advisor; Arnold Walker, chairman; Dee Hardy , first vice 
president; Nildon Dickey, second vice president; Larry Coulson, treasurer; Bob Lasson. 
Back row: Thomas Dickson, Clead Karren, Calvin W. West, Lee Taylor, Robert M. 
Snell, Frank W. Wilcock, Rollin S. Zaugg, Kenneth L. Woolf, Ed Dittmar. 



ASTME 



RUSSIAN CLUB 



Front row: Susan Ongman, Pamela Lyall, Linda Shaw, Nelda Wayment, Valeree Work- 
man, Janet Williams, secretary; Jeri Bowen, Donna Maize. Second row: De Ann Butter- 
field, Linda Locke, Use Perl, Lois Gardner, Eva Sassell, Millie Filipoff, vice president; 
Don Gubler, faculty; Don Jarvis, faculty advisor. Third row: Richard Chappie, presi- 
dent; Peter Lysenko, faculty; John Winters, Hein Tlustek, Robert Shipp, Wayne Hassell, 
David Kent, Bernard Mickelson. Fourth row: Robert Smith, Gary Browning, facility 
advisor; Alvin Collins, Jim Pettit, Ronald Green. Back row: Larry Hansen, George 
Nielson, Lane Rasmussen, Dean Allen, Bart Eames. 




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Front row. Mike Preston, treasurer; Bob V. Winkel, historian; D. Allan Firmage, 
faculty; Glenn L. Enke, faculty; Glen S. Thurgood, vice president; Kimber G. Johnson, 
president; Alan Pettit, secretary; Russell Barber, EJC representative; Tom Hanson, 
publicity; Second row. Siragan Simonian, Mike Brinton, Reed Gibby, Mahary Gregory, 
Daryoush K. Haghighi, Johnny S. Ho, Perry Pang, Leung Kwok Wah, Philip Tong, 
Carl Dille. Third row. Devon Stone, Dan Bingham, Michael B. Georgeson, Dale Peter- 
son, Dennis Maroney, Steve Benzley, George Holt, Phil Bleyl. Back row. Robert W. 
Hill, James L. Keller, Garth L. Jensen, Robert W. Carter, Floyd Ostler, Milton Johnson, 
Charles Augade, Bill Attwooll. 



ASCE 



A civil engineering student explains the problems of traffic control to visitors 
of the department's displays during Engineering Week. 




Since October 24, 1955, when the 
BYU Student Chapter of the American 
Society of Civil Engineers was founded, 
it has been functioning by promoting 
professionalism among civil engineer- 
ing students, as well as by developing 
fellowship. This year, the organization's 
42 members participated in the "En- 
gineering Week" competition by setting 
up displays and exibitions for the bene- 
fit of the rest of the studentbody and to 
stimulate interest in engineering. They 
also participated again in the "Pacific 
Southwest Student Paper Competition" 
and were able to gain practical know- 
ledge and experience by taking field 
trips to various companies and indus- 
tries. The members worked on special 
projects related to their fields to fur- 
ther their experience and to give them 
a broader background in engineering. 
Social events for the past year included 
a "get acquainted" party with dancing 
and games, a Christmas banquet, and 
an awards banquet in the spring to give 
recognition for special achievement in 
the field of Civil Engineering. 



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ASME 



Front row: Ron Woolley, Farrin W. West, faculty advisor; Edward L. Peart, Engineer- 
ing Week supervisor; Brent Paul, president; Lynn Rasband, vice president; Gerald Soren- 
sen, secretary; Martin Palmer. Second row: George Blanco, David Larson, Richard 
McDonald, Warren Berg, David Taylor, Man Cheun Tong. Third roiv: Gerald Jacobson, 
Robert Brenning, Keith Johansen, Richard Thornton, Phillip Noble, Ralph Cheng. 
Fourth row: Alan Murphy, Edward Airth, Jerry Wilcox, Kenneth Anderson, J. Norman- 
Smith, Ronald L. Myers, Bruce D. Bingham. Back row: Brian D. Chelius, Forrest 
"Woody" Smith, Farral Gay, Seppo Korpela, Jay Thomas. 



Front roiv: Roger McKenzie, Orrin V. Jorgensen, Miles S. Decker, Tony Seymour, 
president; Cherryl Shafter. Second row: Bill Greenburg, Lynn Tolley, Gary B. Wal- 
burger, Albert H. Brown, Thomas F. Murdock, Bud Bracken, Jerald L. Dixon. Third 
roiv: Pete Scholes, James Thorley, Leon Lowry, Clifford Treter, M. Kim Sharp, Robert 
A. Fletcher. Back roir: Jeffrey Prinster, Morris Dee Nelson, Keith D. Garrick, Norman 
V. Midgley, Douglas B. Wood. 



BUSINESS 

MANAGEMENT 
ASSOCIATION 




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Front row: Muriel Smith, Dorothy Behling, Gail Wade, Jerilynn Strong, Pauline Duke, 
Joan Christensen, Jolayne Sillito. Second row: Sharon Beauchamp, Fred Stout, Dave 
Jacobs, Duane Huff, Ronald Munford, Bill Layne, Dan Staples, Kent Nelson, historian; 
Dick Smith, Carma Moore. Back row: Joan Hullinger, Connie Orr, vice president; 
Sylvia Butler, Neal Barth, president; Gary Glouser, Frank Hatch, John Adams, Pat 
Pierce, Eleanor Brough, Michele Priebe. Not pictured: Marsha Beckham, Clifford 
Cabinella, Ivan Crosland, Kathy Fasten, -Suzanne Fitzgerald, Joel Justesen, Annette 
Maeda, secretary; Gary Mclntyre, Allan Nash, Beverly Warner. 




THETA ALPHA PHI 



A total of thirty students during 
1964-65 made up the BYU chapter of 
Theta Alpha Phi, a national dramatic 
society. Membership in the organization 
was limited to those students who had 
a strong interest in the theatre and 
dramatic arts, had demonstrated this 
interest through participating in numer- 
ous acting roles, and had gained techni- 
cal experience through the production 
of the plays of other universities that 
had Theta Alpha Phi chapters. Activi- 
ties throughout the year included usher- 
ing at all of the major dramatic pro- 
ductions, and participation in the Christ- 
mas Assembly "Prelude to the Nati- 
vity." Members of Theta Alpha Phi 
attended firesides held each month with 
guest speakers in the field of drama 
and related areas. Social activities in- 
cluded an invitation Luau, a spring 
canyon party, and a dinner dance. 



OFFICERS left to right: Dorothy Behling, secretary; Neal Barth, president; 
Connie Orr, vice president; Kent Nelson, historian. 



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TRIBE OF MANY 
FEATHERS 



Front row. Harry James, program dir. ; Sherman Martin, president; Betty Henderson, 
secretary; Betty Ann Wilson, historian; Daniel S. Beck III, second vice-president; Dale 
Shumway, faculty advisor. Second row: Esther Pooley, Violet R. Garcia, Maggie Short- 
hair, Ramona Tecumseh, Veva Begay, Loretta Ann Secody, Cindy Pincock, Dorothy 
Jim. Third roiv: Grace Peters, Marjorie Silver, Stella Clah, Sara E. Coah, Lena Mae 
Secody, Susie Jean Little, Bernico J. Brown. Back row. Tanya Q. Howard, Gerold A. 
Hatch, Leo Platero, Mac Norton, Bennie Silversmith, Tony Summers. 



Front: Rebecca McCalib, president. Second row: Joan Koralewski, faculty sponsor; Ulla 
Maya Halonen, Diedri Sylvester, Yvonne Neuhuys. Third row: Elizabeth Lane, Marcia 
Terry, treasurer; Carol McEntire, social chairman; Keena Kray, vice-president; Laurel 
Grigg, Ann Roberts. Bud row: Deanne Castle, Diana Allred. 



CORPS DE BALLET 





'Front row: Claire Willey, Dr. Alonzo J. Morley, faculty advisor; Sandy Jones, secre- 
tary; Susan Amtoft, president; Dean Swensen, treasurer; Georgianne Farr, Robin Niel- 
sen. Back row: John Morgan, Vanita Hope, Leslie Brown, Pamela Hudson, Sue Smith, 
Nancy Cullimore, Connie Tawes, LuAnne McCIellan, Lynette Herlin, Dorette Rose, 
Cathy Kearl, LaRee R. Nielsen, Richard F. Harper. 

Affiliated with the American Speech 
and Hearing Association, Sigma Alpha 
Eta is a national professional organiza- 
tion for students interested in speech 
pathology and audiology. The BYU 
Gamma chapter was organized on cam- 
pus in 1957 with Dr. Alonzo J. Morley 
as advisor. 

The 1964-65 organization included 
60 individuals divided into the follow- 
ing steps of membership: affiliate, for 
those who were not majoring or minor- 
ing in the field; associate, for those in 
their first semester of membership with 
a major in the field; key, for those asso- 
ciates who had great interest in the 
field and a high scholastic standing; 
and honorary, conferred only to per- 
sons who have made great contribu- 
tions to the field. 

Club activities, designed to provide 
members with opportunities to learn 
how to work with people and better 
understand themselves, included ther- 
apy demonstrations, guest speakers, 
films, and field trips. "Buzz" groups 
were also organized to foster closer 
membership-faculty ties. Social activi- 
ties throughout the year included a can- 
yon party, and a Christmas dinner 
where gifts were exchanged. 



SIGMA ALPHA ETA 



Members of Sigma Alpha Eta had valuable practical experience with pre- 
schoolers in articulation therapy work during the year. 




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DEPARTMENTAL 




ENGINEERS JOINT 
COUNCIL 



Front rote: Kirk Galbraith, chemical engineering representative; Nelson Read, secretary; 
Bruce Kenner, president; Russell Barber, civil engineering representative; Howard S. 
Heaton, faculty advisor. Back row: J. Lynn Rasband, mechanical engineering represent- 
ative; Ron Thurman, electrical engineering representative; Forrest "Woody" Smith, vice 
president; William C. Mitchell, electrical engineering representative; Charles Allen, 
chemical engineering representative. 



STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 



Front row: Rande Craner, Kathleen Rawlins, F.T.A. representative; Virginia Merritt, 
acting president; Sandra E. Allen, Rosa E. Kauer, vice president; Kathy Kelly, Bill 
"Skip" Steimie, vice president. Second row: Sharon Wren, Bonita Byers, Ann Carrigan, 
Carol Beauchamp, Myrle Wallace, Kathryn Crego. Back row: Jerry Molloy, Clinton 
Robins, Clark Webb, Karen Hick, Erica Feuz, Donna Dague. 




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Front row: Lawrence G. Sue, Rex T. Davis, Raymond E. Anderson, Dean R. Longmore, 
Brent Hollingworth, Cornelio Zamora, F. Ronald Haymore, Neal M. Thomas. Second 
row: Monroe Tyler, Tory Zimmerman, Mar\'in J. Burton, Orville L. Dixon, Dan C. 
Baker, Robert B. Powell, Jerald B. Wadley, Lawrence S. Fuja. Third row: Philip 
Speckart, Jerry Easter, Arthur Jackman, LaMar P. Goates, Gene A. Ware, Ron Thur- 
man, Leon Stoddard, Donald Hughes, Thomas R. Lomax. Back row: Ross Morris, 
Don Jarvis, Tom Maxfield, William Mattson, Guy Chamberlain, David M. Sampson, 
David H. Fryer, L. Stanley Bell, L. Paul Johnson. 



IEEE 



IEEE 



Frotit row: Ruben S. Longwell, Theo Jay Powell, chairman; John C. Clegg, A Norton 
Chaston, J. J. Jonsson, Paul J. Watts, DeVorl S. Humphreys. Back row: Thomas E. 
Tate, treasurer; Dan E. Bailey, J. Terrance Cannon, R. Shurl Neilson, Derrell R. Foote, 
Larry C Allen, Leon K. Lowry, William C. Mitchell, first vice-chairman; Richard L. 
Young, second vice-chairman; Ronald White, Michael W. Bradbury. 




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DEPARTMENTAL 




Y CHEM SOCIETY 



Front row: Marilyn Hover, Myrna Earl, Loren C. Bryner, faculty advisor, Richard L. 
Tolman, vice president; Keith Wilhoit, president; Judy Marshall, secretary-treasurer; 
Ann Finlayson. Second row: Dwight P. Schwendiman, James W. Peterson, Brent E. 
Wadsworth, Charles Mitchell, Don C. Dixon, Noel Zaugg. Back row: Donald P. Wrat- 
hall, Lynden W. Sears, John P. Hawkins, Howard Rytting, Bruce Bennion. 



Front row: Richard Hanks, Dee Barker, B. J. Pope, Dwight Clark, Duane Horton, Dar- 
rel Wilhoit, president; Emmet Bingham. Second row: Massoud Salim, Hans R. Ringger, 
Michael Rodgers, Max Reynolds, Nolan Edmunds, Pat Simiskey, Charles Allen, John 
Ahn, Thomas Martin. Bttck row: Kirk Galbraith, Mike Bingham, Lynn Youngberg, Dale 
Gold, Ted Davenport, Niel Simpon, Ken Wadsworth. 



AICE 




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Front row: Marcia Ann Nelson, publicity manager; Steve Davis, manager; Claudia 
Smith, secretary; Boyd Zollinger, assistant manager. Second roir: Jean Carter, Georgia 
Naylor, Julie Shorten, Beverly Burrup, Judy Wolff, Ruth Thomson, Sylvia Call, Becky 
Layton, Gayle Rockwood. Third row. Byron Cannon Anderson, Don Black, Edwin 
Beus, Craig Hale, Steve Sidwell, Dale Lambert, Michael D. Sessions, Lare Eastland. 
Back row: John Parker, Delbert Bradshaw, Jon Rowberry, Gary Hunter, Douglas Bell, 
David Whetter, R. Kent Gardner, Darrell Thompson. 



DEBATE SQUAD 



Junior Varsity debaters Jon Rowberry and Judi Wolff, and Senior Varsity 
debaters Don Black and Steve Davis, together won three First Place and six 
Second Place trophies. 




The BYU Debate Squad, recognized 
by the nation's universities as one of 
the country's top debate schools, con- 
tinued to spread an academic image of 
BYU during the 1964-65 season. The 
squad, composed of over fifty debaters, 
traveled more than forty-thousand miles 
and debated in tournaments at schools 
throughout the U.S. 

At the twenty-six tournaments in 
which BYU debaters participated, 4 
first place trophies, 10 second place 
honors, and numerous awards for par- 
ticipation in elimination rounds were 
won, including first at the University 
of Arizona, first at Sacramento State 
College, second at Iowa State, third at 
the University of Redlands, and third 
at Columbia University. In addition, the 
BYU contingent at the University of 
Arizona tournament was instrumental 
in claiming 1965's Arizona Trophy, an 
award presented to the school consist- 
ently outstanding in forensic competi- 
tion. 

Besides participating at various 
tournaments, BYU hosted the Fall In- 
vitational, a tournament attracting In- 
ter-mountain college debators, and a 
Harvard University team which partici- 
pated with BYU debaters in the student 
body assembly held on May 6, 1965. 

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DEPARTMENTAL 



Sigma Delta Omicron, affiliatied 
with the National Organization of 
American Home Economics Associa- 
tion, is a professional organization 
open to all students registered in the 
College of Family Living. With a mem- 
bership of approximately 400, the 
organization had a program designed to 
give informative instructions beyond 
the classroom to more adequately train 
its members for the responsibilities in 
their chosen careers. 

For example, the Clothing and Tex- 
tile members might meet for a lecture 
on France and the latest French fash- 
ions; Food and Nutrition students 
might take a field trip to the Utah 
Valley Hospital to study their equip- 
ment and feeding routine. 

On the second Monday of each 
month this year, there were events held 
for each one of the five sections in the 
college: Clothing and Textiles, Food 
adn Nutrition, Housing and Home 
Management, Human Development 
and Family Relationships, and Home- 
making Education. These activities in- 
cluded the Freshman Reception, the 
Initiation Banquet, aid for the Sub-for- 
Santa Drive in December, a Turkey 
Buffet, a fashion show, and an honors 
night in the Spring. 



SIGMA DELTA OMICRON 




Officers •' Glenna Rose Flemming, Claudia Porter, Jannette Vininy, Adi Gray, 
Penny Johnson. 



Section Representatives : Mady Smith, publicity director; Jolynn Jolley, treasurer; 
Cathy Reed, Secretary; Claudia Bush, president; Jan Morley, vice-president; Shereleen 
Searle, historian; Mrs. Barbara Taylor, faculty advisor. 




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Front row: Barbara Anderson, Becky Mitchell, Helen Free, Jean Price, Malene Hansen. 
Second row: Geraldine Foote, Ella Mae Riggs, Rhetus J. Galloway, Ramona Moore, 
Linda J. Nielsen, Dela Ann Merrill, Sandra Peay, Karen Teeples. Th/rd row: Janet 
Sharpe, Marie Hunt, Sharon Stephenson, Kathleen Thompson, Laraine Parker, Carolyn 
Burgess, Carol Gates. Back row: Linda Payne, Miriam Gunther, Carma Lou Bunker, 
Margaret Young, Carolyn Orton, Louise Westergard. 



Front row: Dianne Adams, Pauline Smith, Connie Chipman, Ilene Ashdown, Lynn 
Lowery, Arlene Lemke, Charlotte Davis, Patricia Dana, Barbara Davis, Gretchen Redd, 
Marie Hunt. Second row: Marcie Winspear, Cheryl Slocum, Judy Tanner, Celeste 
Thompson, Susan Billings, Naomi Thayer, Sheila McUne, Maralyn Harrison, Malene 
Hansen, Janet Sharpe, Gayle White, Rosalie Jorgensen , Carol Ann Eastmond, Linda 
Westcott, Back row: Glenda Klepping, Linda Westcott, Becky Mitchell, Barbara Ander- 
son, Diana Jackman, Kitty Theler, Jean Price, Barbara Gano, Delia Ann Merrill, 
Evelyn Alexander, Pat Venis. 




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DEPARTMENTAL 




SECOND SEMESTER GROUP STAFF. Front row: Cadet Maj. Max Wright, Cadet 
Lt. Col. Farrell M. Smith, Cadet Col. James L. Zartman, Cadet Maj. Victor M. Kemp, 
Angel Lt. Col. Pamela Romney. Back row: Cadet Maj. Steven W. Hicks, Cadet Maj. 
Terry Martin, Cadet Maj. Ron Holmes, Cadet Maj. Donald R. Darnell, Cadet Maj. 
Michael J. Novakovich, Cadet Maj. Ralph G. Simmons. 



AFROTC 



FIRST SEMESTER GROUP STAFF. Front row: Cadet Maj. Frank J. Apolonio, Lt. 
Bob Houghton, Cadet Col. Ed Creasy, Cadet Col. Chris Jefferies. Back row: Cadet Maj. 
Ron Kirkland, Cadet Maj. Ed Harvey, Cadet Maj. Bayland McGlove, Cadet Maj. 
Barry Sanders. 



"The warrior who cultivates his 
mind, polishes his arms." Along with 
cadets throughout the country, BYU 
cadets accept this statement as a stand- 
ard governing their pursuit to gain a 
commission in the U.S. Air Force and 
take a place in the Air Force complex. 

At BYU the AFROTC has taken on 
a new image vmder a new name, the 
Department of Aerospace Studies. The 
old four year program is being supple- 
mented by a two year program designed 
to allow more students to get a com- 
mission in less time. Also more em- 
phasis is being placed on academics and 
scientific know-how in an effort to 
elevate the level of the entire program. 



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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 

As part of the special activities offered to AFROTC cadets, Arnold Air 
Society offers junior and senior cadets added opportunities to devolp familiar- 
ity with the Air Science program of the Air Force. The goal and special em- 
phasis of AAS is to promote better understanding of aviation and the role of 
space supremacy in the world today. 

The society welcomed twenty new pledges this year in two weeks of rush 
activities, and together, the new and old members have established a bond of 
fellowship and professionalism as members of the Air Force ROTC program. 

Roger Andersen 

Jame C. Anderson 

Wayne R. Bevan 

Mac Bills 

Gary Earl Brown 



Eddie Creasy 

Donald M. Dalton 

William Daniels 

Michael Despain 

Operations Officer 



Arthur M. Dobney 

James L. Zartman 

Louis Glass 
Comptroller 

Jack Hanson 



Steven Hicks 
Administrative Officer 

Mark Jensen 

Jeff Jones 
Information Officer 

Clinton J. Long 



Sandle Mackelprang 

Terry Martin 
Executive Officer 

Vayland McGlone 
Personnel Services 

Dahl Olsen 
Personnel 



Robert Parker 

lanthus B. Romney 

Charles Sharps 

Richard A. Suico 

Max L. Wright 




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DEPARTMENTAL 



A Leadership Lab performance of the 
AFROTC Mixed Chorus under the di- 
rection of Gary Fisher, features Bob 
Wehon on a number entitled "Calico." 



Under the command of Cadet Major 
Sandel Mackelprang, the BYU AFROT 
Precision Drill Team without arms exe- 
cutes a maneuver at the Sunshine City- 
Drill Meet. 





AFROTC officers march to their start- 
ing positions during a Fall Semester 
parade and honoring a retiring officer. 



The Angel Flight Drill Team under the 
command of Angel Major Paula Austin 
captured first place at the Sunshine 
City Drill Meet. 



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AFROTC 
ACTIVITIES 



Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight 
co-chairmen, left to right, Becky Niel- 
sen, Jeff Jones, Max Wright, and Linda 
Ellis exhibit the Red Cross blood drive 
trophies won by AFROTC. 



Under the command of Cadet Major 
Lenard Carson, the BYU AFROTC 
Drill Team with arms stands at atten- 
tion at the Sunshine City Drill Meet. 



The AFROTC groups joined efforts to 
produce this float which represented 
them in the Homecoming Parade. 





As an integral part of AFROTC life, 
extra-curricular activities are c^esigned 
to give the cadet opportunity for great- 
er personal development in many areas. 
Monthly activities including dancing, 
swimming, and picnicking, and the an- 
nual Military Ball, this year themed 
"Island In the Sky," enable cadets to 
develop the social protocol found in the 
Air Force. Drill team work gives the 
cadet chances to develop coordination, 
precision, and discipline. Participation 
in the annual Red Cross blood drive 
and homecoming activities gives balance 
and variety to the cadet's life. 

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DEPiRTMENTll 




TAU BETA PI 



Fiont I-OU-. Tames L. Dunkley, Darrel Wilhoit, Brent Fryer, William Carl Mitchell, 
Richard L. Young, Charles Allen, president. Back rou : Michael A. Rodgers, Thomas E. 
Tate, Derrell R. Foote, Ron Thurman, Theo J. Powell, Thomas Maxfield. 



Front row. Renee Yerg, faculty advisor; Patti Jones, Karen Wagstaff, secretary; Luise 
Ybright, president; Cynthia Snow, vice president; Gay Webster, historian; Bonnie Barker, 
treasurer; Charlotte Reynolds. Second rou: Mary Jane Shimoda, Lana E. Parks, Denise 
Roberts, Suzanne Stephenson, Andrea Maxwell, Kathy Montague, Elsie May Paulson, 
Dusdi Siwijarn, Melvin R. Bersch. Back rou: Lynn Kittinger, Sheri Thomas, Barbara 
Klingman, Alana White, Tudy Newbury, Joyce Gibson, Lavon Funk, Sylvia Young, 
Cokie Shields, Tami Anderson. 



MODERN DANCE 

CLUB 




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PHI CHI THETA 



Young women majoring in business find unity through service and social 
activities in the BYU Psi Chapter of Phi Chi Theta. As a business women's 
organization for the promotion of higher goals among young college women, 
Phi Chi Theta was founded nationally in 1924. The unit was first established 
on the BYU campus in 1938. 

A wide variety of activities were included in the 1964-65 year. On one 
occassion Dr. Weldon J. Taylor, Dean of the College of Business, provided 
an educational experience for the group by showing slides of his recent 
trip to Egypt. Service was the focus for the Poinsettia Party given for the 
residents of the Eldred Hospital for the chronically ill; a dinner-dance at 
Bridal Veil Falls and a fashion show at Clarks in Provo were social high 
points. Climaxing the year was the unit's national anniversary in March, 
celebrated on campus with a Founder's Day Program. 




Ardith I. Ferkovich 
President 



Renee Bevan 

Carol Bitner 

Eileen Blacker 
Vice President 

Susan Burns 

Eloise Clegg 



Inalee Cook 

Julia Daley 

Colleen Germer 

Nancy Goodwin 
Secretary 



Helen JoAnn Gray 

Jan Hanks 

Linda Love 

Colleen Madsen 

Judith Mattice 



Fern Carlene Mikesell 
Treasurer 

Judie Murray 

Jill Richardson 

Karen Robinson 



Judy Roylance 

JoAnne Swain 

Dyana Weaver 

Jerry Lynn Wolfley 

Norma Jean Wynder 




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Fro>2t row: Bill Forrest, Brice K. Sorenson, vice-president; Karla Jensen, vice-president; 
William R. McCracken, president; Michael D. Sessions, Jim Broadbent. Second row: 
Orville Roylance, Veronica Rose, Sharon Schiess, Jeanene McGregor, Janice Barben, 
Becky Bird, Paul Redd, Ferril Barney. Third row: Kent Kindred, Donald Bass, Steve 
Christensen, Jerry Gallacher, Dennis Packard, Gary Carpenter, Rich Green, Lament 
Lyons. Back row: Richard Smith, Tom Brighton , Douglas Little, James Cannon, Alton D. 
Percival, Von Brockbank, Bird Olson. 



SCOTSMEN 



President William McCracken, Second Vice-president Karla Jensen, and First 
Vice-president Brice Sorenson, are entertained by bagpipe player Vaughn 
Brockbanks at the annual Burns Supper. 




A young group commemorating an 
old tradition is the Scotsmen. Organized 
in 1964 it draws its members from 
returned Scottish missionaries and na- 
tives of the Highland-Lowland country. 
Its purpose, to help continue the broth- 
erhood of the Church and the tradition 
of the Prophet's land of heritage, was 
fulfilled by an annual Burns' Supper 
and Guy Fawkes Night. Headed by 
President William R. McCracken, first 
vice-president Brice Sorenson and sec- 
ond vice-president Karla Jensen, the 
group was in the process of buying a 
Scottish emblem to present to President 
McKay. It will be the replica of a 
plaque that kept him in Scotland on his 
mission instead of going to England. 
The discouraged President, as a young 
missionary, was prompted to look on 
the wall of a building. There he read, 
"Whatever ye are, act well thy part." 

Patriotic Scotsmen rallied round the 
club on Robert Burns' birthday to par- 
take of the Haggis, a mixture of sheep 
lungs, heart, etc. mixed with suet and 
served in a sheep's stomach. This dish 
is piped in, then solemnly addressed as 
the guest of honor with Burns' "Ad- 
dresing the Haggis." 



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Front roiv: Gwen Janti, Parichehr Salim, Tahmineh-notiee, Khan Janti, social chairman; 
Reza Ghaffari, president; Siavash Nadjmabadi, vice president; Firouzan Amir-Ebrahimi, 
publicity chairman. Back rotv: Massoud Salim, Rouzbeh Salim, Saeed Samiee E., Khosron 
Shirzad, Mehdi Namazi, Mansour Mehdizadeh, H. Saleh, E. Afaghi, Mehdi Mina 
Javaheri, Parviz Khosnood. 



IRANIAN CLUB 



FINNISH CLUB 



Front row: Pirkko Niemi, Eila-Irja Gardner, Pertti Felin, president; Eira Kalliomake, 
secretary; John D. Warner, Ruby E. Warner, Viijo Kyotikki, treasurer; Ulla-Maija 
Halonen. Second row: Donald K. Jarvis, Dennis Neuenschwander, Sylvia Noyes, Vuokko 
Harrison, Linda Lee Payne, Mary Alice Collier, Eva Hassell, Lilja Oliver, Brian K. 
Oliver, Wayne Hassell, Lane Rasmussen. Back rote: Robert Redd, Steven McDonald, 
David Noyes, A. Robert Thompson, Harlan Harrison, Seppo Korpela, Jay Thomas, Mac 
Carter, Gary Lundell, Howard Rytting, Reino Kerttula. 




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Front row: Henry Nawahine, cultural chairman; Ronnie Tong, secretary; Mitchell D. K. 
Kalanli, vice-president; Colomon K. Keawekane, president; Merriwell K. Tauoa, cul- 
tural director; Wilson K. Ho, activities director. Second row. Kim Parsley, Elizabeth 
Williams, Lee Richardson, Peggy Lynne Hansen, Paulene Kennewell, Donna Allred, 
Marilyn Carlson. Back roir: Raphael Morris, Edward Pelekai, Judy Goddard, Tiiu 
Teemant, Justine Parker, Felipe Cabana, Marvin Guerrero. 



The Hawaiian Club is a special 
interest unit organized to promote and 
maintain the Hawaiian culture here at 
BYU. The sixty members of the orga- 
nization either speak or are learning to 
speak the Hawaiian language, and are 
also learning about other cultures by 
attending lectures given by natives of 
foreign countries. 

The Hawaiian Club looks back on a 
year full of activities including an open- 
ing social, the Polynesian Assembly, 
presentations to the various campus 
wards and stakes with fire, war, and 
hula dances, BYU tours to Salt Lake 
City, participation for the first time in 
Songfest, this year with "Little Feet, 
the Sugar and Spice of Life," Winter 
Carnival Snow sculpuring, tri-club 
parties with next year's members, fire- 
sides with other Polynesian groups, and 
an Aloha Ball. 

The Polynesian Assembly "Vikings 
of the South Pacific," included the 
Hawaiian Club among the performing 
islander groups. Narrated by Lynn Mc- 
Kinley, the program included such spe- 
cial Hawaiian numbers as the Ancient 
Hawaiian Dance composed by King 
Kamehameha L the Hawaiian Maiden 
Dance, the Hula using Ipi's and Uliu- 
lis, and the Green Rose Hula. 



HAWAIIAN CLUB 



Members of the Hawaiian Club perform for the studentbody at the Polynesian 
Assembly. 




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Front row. Diane Flowers, Kathy Peterson, Carolyn Downing, Sharon Olsen, Wayne 
H. Brown, president; Gary Ellsworth (Santa), Albert Brown, Cheri J. Butler, publicity 
chairman; Polly Tindel, secretary-treasurer; Bonnie Howard, publicity chairman; Roxie 
Cryder. Second row. Pat Allred, Shannon Jacobsen, Kathy Nuttall, Charla D. Neilson, 
Eileen Moberly, Marilyn Cudney, Carolyn Price, Kristi Rymer, Carla Nelson, Carleen 
Shackelford, Diane Frandsen, Cynthia Viera, Barbara Reynolds, Luana Wegman. Back 
rail'-. Daniel Davies, Richard Jackson, Tom Hetherington, Dan Nichols, Stewart E. 
Davis, Ron Snow, Stan Christensen, Steve Ashcraft, Marc Frost, Carl D. Stevens, Bill 
Myers, Bruce Blackwelder, Anthony F. Buccellato. 



CALIFORNIA CLUB 



CHINESE CLUB 



Front row: Darryl Thomander, fireside chairman; Judy Au, secretary; Diana Allred, 
secretary; Olive K. Mitchell, faculty advisor; Paul Hyer, faculty advisor. Tommy Tam! 
president; Anno Ho, foreign student counselor; Edward Miner, public relations; Loong 
Ting, treasurer. Second roir: Kak Hung Cheng, Yvonne Afo, Ming Hay Kung, Anthony 
Chang, Alan C. T. Lin, Shu Ching Liu, Diane Han, Linda Fork, Kay Rogers, Cathy 
Gilmore. Third row: Michael Law, Antonio Shiu, Ming- Earn Chen, Chi-Kit Kan, Christa 
Kunger Chen, Jung-Fang Chen, Vernon R, Morgan, William R. Heaton. Lawrence G. 
Sue, Mazie Lee. Fot/rth rotr: Cheng-Pai Kao, William W. L. Cheng, Larry S. Lyman, 
Su Yih Chen, James L. Eggett, Kwei O Liu, Pu-Chou Hsu, Boyd H. Bauer, Winston 
Sam Fong. Back roic: Rowland Hsu, Paul Lee, Bruce Harvey, Thomas Tate, David M. 
Gardner, Chu Tien-Haung, Sheng Chu Chan, Watson Che. 



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Fro)7t rotf. Diana Martineau, Pat Cunningham, Richard Smith, Christine Wiltbank, 
Roy Rencher, president; Genay Shumway, secretary; Arthur Slaughter, Paula Timmons, 
Carla Belle Nelson, Cheryl Acord, Maxine McFadden, Jim Hughes, social veep. 
Second row: Thomas Timey, Sandy Sotomon, Sybil Palmer, Marc Sorenson, Milton 
Narar, Karen Seatury, Jay Johnston, Karen Madrid, Joe Madrid. Back row. Tony Sum- 
mers, Bernice J. Brown, Coley Boone, Ardell Mauro, Margo Bird, Jeffrey Piatt. 



ARIZONA CLUB 



Roy Rencher, president; Cheri Rencher, membership secretary; Leonda Lines, women's 
sports director; Christine Wiltbank, Genay Shumway, secretary; Ellis Hamblin, Chirstmas 
family chairman and I.O.C. representative. Not pictured: Antone Turley, vice-president; 
Jim Hughes, social manager; Blaine Jarvis, Spanish Supper and steak fry director. 




As the largest geographical orga- 
nization on campus the Arizona Club 
adds a great deal to the social fun and 
relaxation of students. The group's 
central activities were regular western 
dances, but also highlighting fall se- 
mester was a Spanish supper. The 
Western Week studentbody dance was 
sponsored by the group who also par- 
ticipated in all the week's activities. 

The club made valuable service con- 
tributions also. They raised funds to 
purchase three hardwood clocks for the 
Wilkinson Center and paid for the 
installation expense for room tele- 
phones placed in the McDonald Stu- 
dent Health Center. 



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Front row: Henr}- F. Larsen, Toni Rae Jones, Kerr)- Donaldson, Muriel White, Cherilyn 
Smith, Jeff Frost, Eric Broadbent, Chuck Rose, Kathy Riches, Francis V. L Amie, Barbara 
Simonds, Bob Milner, Linda Williams, John R. Calvin, Elmer Gambler, Second row: Ken 
Thompson, Sheila Kenworthy, Alora Millett, Robert T. Rainey, Dan Madsen, Carla Rae 
Packer, Tom Atkins, Jim Payne, Dave Pace, Joy Hansen, Marsha Ann Lee, Paul Greer, 
Andrea Olsen, Glenn Clark. Back row: Jay Henderson, Colleen Grant, Merrill Turnbow, 
Sanna Rae Funk, Steve Stott, Stephen L. Hansen, Gareth K. Donaldson, K. Leland 
Heywood, Richard A. Reed, Jim Mangum, Olivia Croft, Bill Barnhill. 



ARIZONA CLUB 



Front row: Will Rose, Sylvia Schaelling, Rodney E. Clawson, Connie Palmer, Lorna 
Reed, Letha J. Lewis, Wes Welch, Sarah Wilkins, Philip Vias, Cathy Hunt, Aaron Evans. 
Second row: Gordon Stuart, Lawana Bingham, Evelyn Croft, LeRoy Chappie, Elbert 
N. Soloman, Larr)- Anderson, Cicil Perkins, Linda Perkins, Linda Noorlander, Webster 
Gundmunson, Rhea Cordner, Tiiu Teemant, Bart Conlin. Back row: Ted Spendlove, 
N. J. Tallos, Marvin Jackson, Earl Johnsen, Jean Crandall, Linna Crapo, George 
Anthony, Danne Smith, Terry Morris, Tom Turner. 




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FroJit rntf. David V. Bond, Leonda Lines, Elsie May Poulson, Vicki Lee Warttes, 
Patricia W?bb, R. H. Larson, Judith Mattice, Frances Langford, Edith Taylor. Second 
row. Brian Evans, Elizabeth Dahl, Stan Flake, Fanell Carpenter, Carnes Burson, Brenda 
Kempton, Mike Bradshaw, Robert Hastings. Back rotr: Gene Carruth, Helen Shumway, 
Steve Udali, Kristin Udall, Alma Naegle, Linda Waltz, Ellis Rogers, Keith Waite, 
Gerald Barney. 



ARIZONA CLUB 




There was plenty of stomping, how- 
ling and hooting at the Arizona Club 
dances held almost every week. 



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Front row: Gary Jacobson, Jane Carter, Nancy Cullimore, president; Sue Smith, Paul f\\^ J A "TJ/^A/T A 
Lyman. Back roiv: Darrell Thompson, Dan Beck III, Jack C. McCallister, Jr., vice V_7JVJL/l.Jrj.VylVlA 

president; Lee O. Miller, Brent Hansen, Marolyn Arnett. 



CUMORAH CLUB 



SOONER CLUB 

Front row: Margaret Vance, secretar)'-treasurer; Steve Hammer, president; Ann Chrisf- 
ensen, historian. Back roiv: Lloyd Pendleton, spiritual vice president; Larry Saunders, 
IOC representative; Dave Cherrington, social vice president. 




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Front rows Sally Takahashi, Irene Mori, Floyd Mori, president; Brent Mori, baby; 
Masako Kawakami, treasurer; K. David Kaneko, vice-president; Tomiko Kitagawa. 
Second row: Victor Karaki, Michi Takahashi, Chihoko Kitano, Elaine Nakamura, Jane 
Afuso, Judy Okimura, Naomi Okawa, Yoji Anzai. Third roiv: Rikuo Toma, Stanley 
M. Endo, Louis L. Perley Jr., Ron Mano, Katsuhiro Kajiyama, James Fuchigami, Rodney 
P. Zaugg, Gary Ensign. Back roiv: Jerald C. Tolman, Fujio Joe Narita, Larry Ogden, 
Don Blackwelder, Morris Sterrett, Ray Egan, Gene Yamada. 



"A Night in Japan" was the theme of the Japanese Club's Spring Show. Here 
members of the club rehearse the "Cherry Blossom Dance," from the show. 



JAPANESE CLUB 




Students on the BYU campus who 
were members of the Japanese Club 
found that one successful project was 
to take sacrament meeting programs to 
wards in the area. In this way, the stu- 
dents had an opportunity to speak and 
perform their talents, and members of 
the wards were able to become more 
familiar with the Japanese people and 
the part they play in the Church. With 
a membership of approximately one 
hundred, the club offerd a chance for 
those of similar background to get to- 
gether and to get to know each other. 
Its members were those interested in 
any way in Japan and the Japanese 
people, whether of American or Japan- 
ese ancestry, students from Japan, re- 
turned missionaries, or just interested 
students.They held such activities this 
year as a canyon party, a New Year's 
party with Japanese food, a sukiyaki 
party during semester break, and in the 
spring they had a conference for Japan- 
ese high school students to encourage 
them to go to college. They also helped 
in the Sub-for-Santa drive. 



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Front rotf. Mireille Bessac, Jan Taylor, secretary; Allen Lambert, Mary Kaye Deschamps, 
president; Dennis Doyle, Brent Hutchings, Mireille Foresti. Second row: Roberta Young, 
Merilynne Rich, Eleanor Zaugg, Rosalie Erekson, VerLynn Roberts, Eleanor Capson, 
Barbara Hohl, Sally Bendure, Evelyn Mecham. Third row: L. Grey Young, Thomas 
Clements, Daniel Bates, Briant Coombs, C. Clay Crowley, Zane Mason, Merlin Allred, 
Kent Greene, Mike Ahlstrom, RoIIin Hogge. Fourth row: Dellane Jessop, Heber Jones, 
Kenneth Larsen, James Chantrill, Mike Marshall, Mike Moody, Lloyd Bayles, Art Johan- 
sen, Jean C. Rigand. Btick row: Keith Clayton, Al MacArthur, Ken Lyie, John Pulsipher, 
Dick Stagg. 



FRENCH EAST 
MISSIONARIES 



YANKEE CLUB 



Front row: Dennis Lunt, Julie Simmons, social director; Barbara Wroldsen, president; 
Kristina Fugal, secretary; Walter Lique, treasurer; Mike Howell. Back rote: Jim Bart- 
lett, Ann Street, Carol Stapperfend, Patricia Wenchel, Penny Plass, Stan Cullimore. 




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Vront row: Eni Hunkin, Eliu S. leremia, Tagomoa L. Matua, president; Kathy Tenney, 
Peniamina P. Solovi, vice president; Linda Chase, secretary-treasurer; Prof. LaVere 
B. Merritt, advisor; Tala Cam Sam. Back roic: Emmeline Matua, Anna Tenney, Joan 
leremia, Faleupolu Matua, Florence Marie Jex, Linon Daems, Maaola Tenney, Margaret 
Coombs. 



AFIO MAI CLUB 



The faces of the crowd reflect the excitement of the knife dance being per- 
formed by members of Afio Mai during the Polynesian Assembly. 




A well -liked and well-established 
group, the Samoan club was widely 
known throughout the campus by its 
official name: Afio Mai, a special 
Samoan phrase meaning ""welcome". 
The club brought together Samoan stu- 
dents, returned missionaries, and their 
interested relatives and friends. 

Afio Mai's activities were focused 
on performance; weekly meetings were 
usually sessions for learning and per- 
fecting Samoan dances and songs. LDS 
Church groups were their chief audi- 
ences and frequent trips were taken to 
the Salt Lake area for shows at ward 
banquets and fund-raising projects. 

An outstanding event for the club 
was their participation in the Poly- 
nesian Assembly: a program presented 
in the fieldhouse in connection with the 
Maori and Hawaiian groups on campus. 
These three groups also gave another 
round of their annual series of state- 
wide performances at high school 
assesmblies. In April the Afio Mai club 
gave another major show: an annual 
program presented during the week of 
April Conference at the Samoan Mis- 
sion reunion. The year was ended with 
a party and election of next year's 
officers. 



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Front row. Judy Winkler, Milton Baker, Mickey Du Bois, Joe Merino, president; Ann 
Riggs, Don Kimball, Karen Anderson. Second row: Pamela Haag, Judy Stephensen, 
Judy Kiefner, Becky Bird, Christie De Vault, Joan Silber, Linda Jeppsen, Yvonne Har- 
less. Third row: Marianne Olsen, Sally Swenson, Liz Wall, Julie Rhodes, Moana Rogers, 
Charlotte Nilsson, Dennis Homes. Fourth row: Lynne Hammond, Pamela Hudson, 
Sandy Beveridge, Wilma Trane, Cheryl Roestenburg, Reid D. Sessions. Bttck row: 
Monica Landward, Judith Johnson, Marilyn Johnson, Carol M. Horton, Donald Hor- 
rocks, Anthony F. Buccellato. 



KIA ORA CLUB 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



Front row: Bill Kellogg, Curtis Clayton, Earl Urban, treasurer; Lynn Southam, presi- 
dent; Roger B. Porter, secretary; Ron Louw, senior advisor; David Kent. Second row: 
Gerry Giaque, Rudiger Neumarker, Bill Homer, Bob Taylor, Clint Albano, Brent Ander- 
son, Terry Hunsaker, Bruce Taylor. Back roiv: Orville Day, Pat Kronmiller, Richard 
Latham, Clifford Kerr, not identified, Randy Knudsen, Larry Perkes. 




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NORSEMEN 



Fiont row: Sam Jones, Dean Chisler, Leopard Mckeon, Sterling Wootton, Stan McBride, 
Rick Nelson, Greg DeVore, Jim Jones. Second row: Evan Goodwin, Bruce Baldwin, 
John Wagner, Jeff Lund, Ron Taylor, Rich Quinn, Bob Taylor, Larry Evans, Fred 
Bowen, president. Third row: Garry Bradley, Leon Ewell, Larry Krieger, Bruce Jones, 
Gary Gooid, Steve Edgar, Mike Shane. Back row: Larry Keehner, Joe Janetski, Jon 
Starr, Hugh Huxtable, Jerry Reiter, Rod Jackson, Bob Giauque. 



Making the headlines is usually a 
happy event in the life of an organiza- 
tion, but to the Norsemen sports club 
such an event turned out to be a very 
unhappy one. It was early in the Fall 
that Norsemen were accused of violat- 
ing organizational regulations, and sus- 
pended from all activity on campus by 
the IOC. Not until the Spring, when 
the Supreme Court reversed the deci- 
sion, was the club permitted to con- 
tinue with its program. 

Although this put a big dent in the 
program of the club, there was still time 
for recovery, and activities began again. 
Norsemen participated in Intramurals, 
held an exchange with the Cougarettes, 
a luau, several firesides, and a rabbit 
hunt. 

Organized during the Fall of 1962, 
the club promotes unity, friendship, and 
brotherhood through active participa- 
tion in sports. In 1963 Norsemen won 
the All-school Intramural trophy given 
to the organization with the largest 
number of accumulated points. During 
the 1964-65 school year, the club was 
again active in intramural competition, 
but since it was only for a half year, 
it could only compete in the Spring. 



Emcee Rick Putnam has the attention of all at a Norsemen new member party. 




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Front row: John Alstrom, Bob Wooton, Lynn O'Born, vice-president; Kenyon Olson, president; Ray Smith, treasurer; Bill Wooton, Harold 
Alleman, Biff McComas, social chairman; Terry Haymond. Second rotv. Bob Wood, Lars Solander, Ron Rossiter, John Mararsie, Dave Tadje, 
Kerry Ellsworth, Gary Brewster, Bob Fitch, Mike Young, Thom Hansen, Bill Siebenberg, Wayne Langpap, Bill Mitton, Chris Jones, Bill 
Smith, Third row: Bill Prince, Rod Allen, Joel Loane, Brent Soffe, Kent Bean, Bob Delaney, Dave Whiting, B, Blake Bird, Terrell Hunt, 
Dan Groski, Darold Henry, Ofati Malepeai. Fourth row: Roger Grable, Dick Madsen, AI Sprouse, John Clark, Bob Johns, Kent OBorn, 
Garr Jacobsen, Mike Antone, Steve Nielsen, Julian Cervantes, Horst Roemer, Tom MacMurray, Duane Carling, Bob Lusby, Dave Fitch. Back 
row: Larry Anderson, Dennis Brewster, Roger Ford, Bart Jacobsen, Gregg Cramm, Tom Adams, Steve Glenn, Paul Brown, Mike Bianco, Bruce 
Smith, Marshall Felts, Al Cassell, Ter Winfield, Steve Birchall, Bob Nunn. Not pictured: Bart Bean, George Parhurst, Keith Hanlin, Bill 
Merchant. 



COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



CAA guys and their ''broads" pose for the camera during a "Gangster Party: 




Organized with the specific purpose 
of assisting the Athletic Department 
in its proselytizing program, and ac- 
cepted as a campus organization in 
December of 1963, the Collegiate Ath- 
letic Association worked toward this 
end during the year by working with 
the coaches in meeting with high school 
prospects for scholarships and showing 
them a good time while trying to inter- 
est them in the school. CAA members 
were also seen in their red blazers at 
BYU ballgames, keeping the line 
straight and organized. With the motto, 
"Omnus Uno" — all for one and one for 
all — the seventy-five member unit has 
pride in the strength of its brotherhood. 
It exists secondarily to provide an out- 
let for its member's desires for social 
betterment and fraternity, and accomp- 
lished this purpose during the school 
year of 1964-6'i with such functions as 
their annual Deer Bust, a Christmas 
Party, a winter formal, and participa- 
tion in Homecoming. Other events in- 
cluded the Gangster Party, Topper, and 
their annual Spring dinner-dance. 



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RODEO CLUB 



Front row: Nancy Thomas, Jim Hughes, vice president; Gary Goulding, secretary; Anna- 
Lee McDonald, social chairman; John Tibbits, president; Cheryl Blake, Anice Allen. 
Second row. Steve Kauer, Harold Wight, Paula Deschamps, Marion Buckman, Barbara 
Simonds, Carol Nilsen, Toni Pouch, Sharon Gray, Elsie May Paulson, Judy Randall, 
Lance Udy, Joe Stahere. Back ran-: Tom Buxton, Dave Hart, LeGrand Dilworth, Stan- 
ley Robison, Stephen Udall, Mike Udall, Brent Budden, Evan Goulding, Grant Gerber. 



Front roir: Dennis Neilsen, president; Beverly Case, 
Elaine Peterson, Shirley Swenson, Gary Gall. Back row 
fith, Neil Sabin, Roberts Watts, Robert Rainey. 



Wanda Cinn, Donna Wilson, 
; David Epperson, Dennis Grif- 



THE 
CONFEDERATES 




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KARATE CLUB 



Warren Yee, Karate Club member, uses a side-kick during Kumite practice. 




Front row: Ray W. Palmer, Larry Kawasaki, Warren Yee, Mike Hart, vice-president; 
Raphael Morris, president; Pete Quindara, Will Rose, Mark Wendelboe. Second roiv: 
Wayne Gardner, Ted Rasmussen, Dennis Phipps, Loren Mays, Paul Marshall, John 
Little. Back roiv: Demiss Farr, Jim Christensen, Gilbert Hawkins, Warren Wright, Ron 
VanderBeek, Ladd Jones. 

In 1962 a group of interested stu- 
dents asked Ralph Morris, a native Ha- 
waiian, to teach them Karate. This 
group soon swelled in size and in the 
spring of 1964 Karate Club became an 
official campus organization. 

The club is affiliated with, and 
under the direct supervision of the 
Southern California Karate Association, 
which sends instructors periodically to 
evaluate and instruct the class. This 
year the club was priviledged to receive 
instruction from Mr. Tsutomu Oh- 
shima, one of Master Funakoshi's pu- 
pils, who serves as Chief Instructor. 

Shotokan Karate is a Japanese mar- 
tial art. It was brought to Japan from 
Okinawa by Master Gichen Funakoshi 
and has since spread to the U.S. and all 
parts of the world. It is a practical 
system of self-defense, utilizing pri- 
marily the hands, feet and elbows. Con- 
stant practice and hard work are abso- 
lutes if one is to master the art. The 
club's ideal is best summed up in a 
statement made by Funakoshi: "The 
ultimate aim of Karate lies not in vic- 
tory or defeat, but in the perfection of 
the character of the participants. 



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DELTA PHI KAPPA 



Front row: Ken Carter, Ken Fowler, Randy Moffat, Ron Romney, David Yorgensen, 
spiritual vice president. Ken Trane, Michael D. Sessions, Gary Carpenter, R. Wayne 
Boss, Mark Billiston. Second row: Richard Christiansen, treasurer; Vince Miller, Paul R. 
Millard, Ron Tingey, Lee Onstott, Dave Ricks, Von Brockbank, Roy Wharton, Trent 
Kitley. Third row: Francis M. Woodard, LaVaa G. Taylor, Art Kelly, John D. Hawkes, 
Frank E. Ramsey, Douglas Home, Rulon Gibson, Larry Latimer. Back row: Orlyn Lund, 
Brent Petersen, Lauren Locey, George Cobabe, Larry Olsen, Charles Shipp, Bob 
Blettenburg. 



Accentuating spiritual activity, Del- 
ta Phi Kappa provides interested re- 
turned missionaries with opportunities 
to continue missionfield brotherhood. 
Yearly activities are designed to create 
and elevate social activity and to give 
service to school and community. In 
reaching these goals, members involve 
themselves in all phases of campus life. 

The spiritual side of the group was 
highlighted by six specially selected 
speakers during the year. Nathan Eldon 
Tanner of the First Presidency began 
the series with a talk on "Recognition 
and Development of Individual Poten- 
tial." In addition Delta Phi presented 
campus ward sacrament meetings, where 
they took charge of everything from 
passing the sacrament to speaking. 

The lighter side of the club's activ- 
ity included their annual "Dream Girl" 
Formal at the Alpine Country Club and 
an exchange with the Cougarettes. With 
their theme of "Tortesi and the Hare," 
they won in the comic division of the 
Winter Carnival snow sculpturing con- 
test. Along with Delian Vesta, they 
took the Homecoming Parade Sweep- 
stakes award for their float that was 
called "The Destined Duckling." 



Nathan E. Tanner and his wife chat with Delta Phi Kappa members during 
his visit to BYU as one of the club's six speakers for the Conquest Series. 




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Front row: Dennis Nielsen, John Yates, Rulon Holyoak, secretary; Jim Stafford, Roger 
Sears, Dee Zundel, Dick Kettley, Lynn Cundick, Hank Semadini, Derrell Smith. Second 
row: Ralph Brown, Romney Stewart, Bill MacArthur, Max Merrill, Kirk Jones, Gordon 
Stuart, Richard Hedberg, Richard Nelson. Third row: Dan Gillespie, John Storheim, 
Ralph L. Monson, John Bateman, Neil R. Sabin, Kent S. Oliver, Steve Packer, Jack 
Clements. Back row: Robert Pinkerton, Russell Booth, Grant Davies, Harold Reynolds, 
Gary Flood, Jay Richard Larsen, Harold Wilkinson, Lance Forsythe. 



Susan Logic 

Delta Phi Kappa Dream Girl 



Jon Sabourin 
Social Vice-President 



Dave Yorgesen 
Spiritual Vice-President 




Richard Booth 
President 



SPECIAL INTEREST 




Affiliated with both the State and 
the National Young Republicans Fed- 
eration, the BYU Young Republicans 
Club serves to educate the studentbody 
to the responsibilities and opportuni- 
ties available in being politically active 
and aware. The basic Republican party 
philospohy was reflected this year in 
speeches sponsored by the club by Mitch 
Melyich, Utah Republican candidate 
for Governor; Kent Shearer, State 
Young Republican Chairman; and Mike 
Goldwater, son of Republican Presi- 
dential candidate Barry Goldwater. 
Members also traveled to Salt Lake 
City to meet and listen to Mr. Gold- 
water while he visited there. 



The well-worn symbol of the Republi- 
can Party, the elephant, is the center of 
attention as the Young Republican Club 
float passes during Homecoming. 



YOUNG REPUBLICANS 



The sign on the Young Republican 
booth set up during President election 
week serves to remind Republicans to 
take an active interest in their party. 





Students, parents, and visitors give 
Presidential candidate Barry Goldwa- 
ter's son Mike rapt attention as he 
speaks in the Wilkinson Center on a 
tour of college campuses. 



Amid cheers and boos from placard- 
waving students, Mike Goldwater, son 
of Presidential candidate Barry Gold- 
water, summarizes his father's qualifi- 
cations for the office of President. 



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Front row: Claudette Fueston, publicity chairman; Connie Chipman, vice-president; 
Ilene Ashdown, secretary; Eve Evans, president; Ruth N. Miller, sponsor; Patsy Dalley, 
treasurer; Annette Coulam, historian; Dianne Clyde, social chairman. Second row: 
Tammy Tate, Darlene Webber, Connie Clark, Robin Carter, Judith Baylis, Karen Carl- 
son. Third row: Delores Jones, Carolyn Kirkman, Marilyn Biddulph, Carol Cummings, 
Anita Grace, Sally Ann Brown, Renae Stone. Back row: Donna Wallace, Cheri Kellum, 
Kathy Clark, Lynda McBride, Leslie Brown, Mary Ann McAllister, Kit Belangee, 
Beverly Bowen. 



SHOMRAH KIYEL 



Sponsor Mrs. Martin L. Miller and her husband enjoy the 
Thanksgiving Banquet with Shomra Kiyel members. 




Girls who were engaged to, or 
seriously waiting for their sweethearts 
who are serving full-time missions for 
the Church, found a way to fill the gap 
through the activities of Shomrah Ki- 
yel, a special interest organization, 
started in April of 1955 for the purpose 
of providing spiritual, social, and cul- 
tural growth. This year the thirty-five 
members were kept busy with such 
events as an annual Sweetheart's Ban- 
quet at a local restaurant where Presi- 
dent Frank Brown and his wife, from 
the Mission Home in Salt Lake, spoke, 
and an all-night slumber party on the 
night of the Junior Prom. There was a 
Thanksgiving Banquet, a Christmas 
Party, where the girls opened the gifts 
they received from missionaries in vari- 
ous countries; and a weekend at the 
Homestead in Heber Canyon in the 
Spring to honor new and old officers 
and to horseback ride, swim, and have 
campfire activities. Each semester a 
pledge night was held to give new girls 
the opportunity to join. Highlights of 
nearly all meetings were testimonies 
and displays of the mission activities of 
each girl's missionary. 



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ALPINE CLUB 



Front row. Doug Calder, chairman; Ron Steinle, outing chairman; Yvonne Neuhuys, 
pubUcity chairman; Allen Sampson, president; Mindy Boyce, secretary-treasurer; Gary 
Andrus, ski team chairman. Second rou': Robert Nilson, Pam Gillie, Carol Wayman, 
Susanne Ruff, Ruth Atkinson, De Ann Williams, Jeri Bowen, Lorraine Petty, Paul 
Charles. Third roif. Baron Onion, Dennis Lunt, Jouni Darnos, Kerry Mauro, Sandy 
McMaster, Gregory Christensen, Lorin Dutson, Allan Drucker. Batk row. Dave Abbott, 
Jeff Ahlstrom, Steven Tyler, Bill Myers. 



Alpine Club President Allen Sampson demonstrates technical procedure as he 
practices rock climbing in Rock Canyon. 



The Alpine Club, as the name im- 
plies, is a club interested in outdoor 
activities in mountain settings. One of 
the thmgs for which it is better known 
is the rescue operations it assists in, 
especially on the annual July Timpa- 
nogos Hike. Often the members lent 
assistance to the County Sheriff's office 
in getting aid to those in trouble in 
the mountains. They were also sponsors 
of the rock-climbing school, where 
static belaying, rope preparation and 
special techniques were taught to insure 
safety in mountain-climbing and moun- 
tain sports before the students accepted 
the challenge of the mountains tfiem- 
selves. This winter, skiing, skating, and 
tubing, plus a barbecue party, were part 
of their activities, and in the Winter 
Carnival they were able to capture the 
"Women's Broken Ski" title and the 
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Front row: Sande Ferrin, jr. ad\isor; Mary Huff, social chairman; Ellen Roundy, vice- 
president; Penny Klein, president; Beverly Burrup, secretary; Susan Clark, treasurer; 
Linda Olson, historian. Second row: Paula Cottrell, Suzanne Enow, Sherry Miller, Anne 
Workman, Carolyn Lamoreaux, Brenda Smith, Cheryl Hayman, Marilyn Larson, Marcia 
Ann Nelson, Leslie Mumford. Third row: Kathleen Brunson, Marilyn Smout, Paula 
Dee Page, Carolyn Murray, Diann Morris, Beth Groberg, Geri Rogers, Leslie Powell, 
Maren Jeppsen, Jean Blaser. Fourth row: Joyce Peterson, Relva Phelps, Lela Dee Kim- 
ball, Dalene Anderson, Maeva Kunkel, Louise Brown, Peggy Crockett, Mary Margaret 
Jones, Joanne Warr. Back row: Shirley Robertson, Carol Gote, Samellyn Jones, Janet 
Thorpe, Mavis Molto, Karen Day, Roberta Quigley, Linda Crowley, Suzanne Baker, 
Audrey Ungerman, Phyllis Crapo. 



Alpha Lambda Delta members enjoy refreshments after a montly meeting. 




ALPHA LAMBDA 
DELTA 



Alpha Lambda Delta is a national 
honorary organization for Sophomore 
women who have accumulated a 3.5 
grade point average during their pre- 
vious semester at the "Y". Initiated in 
the spring of the Frosh year or in the 
fall of their Sophomore year, the girls 
retain membership throughout their 
college experience but are active during 
their Sophomore year only. Graduating 
members who have a grade point aver- 
age of 3-5 or above receive special 
recognition through the national Alpha 
Lambda Delta organization. 

Activities this year began with a 
brunch in September for the sixty-five 
members. Monthly meetings featured 
such speakers as Robert Thomas, head 
of the Honors Program who spoke on 
the Seven Deadly Virtures; Fred Mark- 
ham, the architect of the Wilkinson 
Center who discussed the problems and 
plans of the new building; and Richard 
Cowan, instructor of religion who de- 
livered a special Christmas message. 
Alpha Lambda Delta also had a square 
dance in conjunction with Phi Eta Sig- 
ma, a national scholastic honorary for 
men. Service, learning, and fun made up 
Alpha Lambda Delta's formula for suc- 
cess during the 1965-65 school year. 



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SPECIAL INTEREST 




Charles Nackos 
President 



YOUNG MEN 



Formed during the fall semester of 1963, the Young Men was founded by 
the pep committee under the office of Student Relations to engender pep, 
loyalty, and "espirit de corps" among all those associated with BYU and its 
athletic teams, and to encourage students to closely identify themselves with 
BYU. Readily spotted at games by their navy blazers and their plunger-carrying 
pep leader, the group's forty-five members banded together to offer strength 
to the teams and to generate enthusiasm among the spectators. Projects 
throughout the year included patroling the lines at basketball games to allow 
for fairness and speed for waiting fans, co-ordinating the annual Cougar Days 
Celebration held this year in the Wilkinson Center parking lot, painting wel- 
come signs for visiting teams, and participating in the basketball pre-game 
activities. The Young Men also participated in the men's basketball intra- 
murals, assisted with the production of the giant telegram for the UCLA-BYU 
NCAA game, and rode an old model T in the Cougar Homecoming Parade. 





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Lee Anderson 
Vice President 

Carl Basinger 

Ron Brown 
Secretary 

Curt Burnett 

Barth Bybee 



James C. Christensen 
Vern Cleverly 
Happy Cluff 
Mike Collins 
John Day 



Mike Grant 
Treasuer 

Bob Hanashey 

John M. Inglish 

Dave Jensen 

Ronald R. Jensen 



David Robert Johnson 
John W. Laudenberger 
Ed Lindquist 
Ken Lindquist 



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David D. Sant 

Robert Sant 

Kirkham Smith 




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SPECIAL INTEREST 




Jim Allen 
President 



SAMUEL HALL SOCIETY 



As one of the younger student units at BYL^, the Samuel Hall Society 
noted its third anniversary this past year. Founded in 1962, its goal has been 
the promotion of cultural and intellectual growth among male students by 
way of varied experiences. All group activities are directed to this end. 

The Samuel Hall Society had two types of regular meetings during the 
year. The dual business and cultural meetings, held weekly, featured lectures 
by unit members, friends, and faculty guests, including Dr. Edwin B. Morrell, 
Dr. Sterling D. Sessions, and Dr. Wilford S. Smith. The other meetings held 
were bi-weekly firesides, with dates, which aided in spiritual development. 

Group social gatherings made the other side of the Samuel Hall Society's 
schedule, and the chief event was the New England style clam bake held 
beside Utah Lake. The menu featured lobster with Boston baked beans, rye 
bread, and dessert; all of the food was flown in from Boston. Other occasions 
included in the year were informal after-game parties, a "brotherhood" week- 
end of skiing at Solitude, and a Winter Formal in the Skyroom. The Spring 
Formal closed the year, and that same evening the new officers for 1965-66 
were announced. 




Newt Andru5 

Nick Bashard 

Dennis Bowthorpe 

George Brimhall 

Lewis Campbell 
Vice President 



Dennis Carlston 
Virgil Carter 
Shirl Cowley 
Wayne Cowley 
Jon Davies 



Jerald L. Dixon 
Ken Driggs 
Ray Egan 
Alan Enke 
Chris Folster 



Doug Hacking 
Tim Hoyt 
Doug Jensen 
Richard Krenzer 
Robert Martin 



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Dick Nemelka 


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Robert B. Redd 
Secretary 

Ronald H. Richards 

Larry Seaman 
Henry Skidmore 



Ron Sumner 

Robert Tarran 

Steve Taylor 

Tony Taylor 



Steven H. Thomas 

Sid Whiting 

Robert Clark Wood 

Bill Wright 

Zeke Zimmerman III 





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SPECIAL INTEREST 




Eileen Zaugg 
President 



CHI TRIELLAS 



Members of this women's cultural unit sought to enrich their Uves by 
gaining knowledge and appreciation of the fine arts, and strived to provide 
similar opportunities for those around them. 

The unit's calendar of events included cultural talks presented by mem- 
bers who had traveled or studied abroad. Countries covered in the talks were: 
Spain, Russia, Germany, France, and India. Guest speakers were also featured 
during the regular meetings. Included among these were Sister Lynn Warner 
of the MIA General Board, Brother Cowan of the Religion Department, and 
Dr. Bradford of the Sociology Department. The unit was also very active in 
studentbody activities. Chi Triellas presented the Fashion Show during the 
Grand opening of the Y Center, they participated in Winter Carnival, Song- 
fest, Skits-O-Frantic, and published a booklet on concert manners for student- 
body use. Within the unit, highlights of the year were the Homecoming open 
house, formal dances, cultural exchanges, and after-theatre parties. 




Mary Allred 
Karen Beers 
Eleanor Bentley 
Margie Bentley 
Claire Bucknum 



Leslie Cameron 

Nikki Chamberlain 
Secretary 

Kathleen Christensen 

Chris Cloward 

Ann Collins 



Marcie Conn 
Marcia Crofts 
Shirley Crofts 
Kerry Doyle 
Geri Firmage 



Bette Gledhill 
Historian 

Phyllis Hansen 

Anna Held 

Irma Hernandez 

Judy Home 



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Berni Jones 

Sue Larson 

Gayle LeBaron 

Alana Lindberg 



Susan Logie 

Elaine Meacham 

Leak Kay Merrill 

Karen Monson 



Carolyn Paxman 
Vice President 

Amy Pell 

Mayre Rasmussen 

Gail Reese 



Lill Robinson 

Louise Rolapp 

Liz Rosshard 

Jane Schroder 



Mary Jane Shimonda 

Mady Smith 

Maridell Snelgrove 

Pat Snelgrove 



Alexa Spencer 
Betty Symons 
Joan Toronto 
Luana Turley 



Terry R. Twitchell 

Peggy Vance 
Treasurer 

Valerie Webster 

Pam Winkeiman 

Doreen Youkstetter 








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Connie Lewis 
President 



DELIAN VESTA 



Delian Vesta is a new group at BYU. Organized last Spring Semester by 
Connie Lewis, it was officially accepted Fall Semester of this year. Delian 
Vesta marked the first semester of its history at BYU by capturing the Sweep- 
stakes award for its float in the 1964 Homecoming Parade. 

The unit was created to provide an opportunity for coeds to learn about 
world cultures. The group held regular cultural evenings with special speakers. 
Each evening featured a different country and culture. Besides dealing with 
distinctive customs and manners of living, members of Delian Vesta sampled 
typical foods from each area as it was presented at meetings. 

Delian Vesta also had a calendar of events that were designated to become 
annual affairs. The first of these was a Christmas party, held this year at 
Wildwood in Provo Canyon. Following this was a Valentine party and a 
Spring Formal. In addition, each semester included several firesides and parties 
which Delian Vesta had as exchanges with other campus units. 




Verlene Anderson 

Cheryl Asay 

Marty Brimhall 
Vice President 

Shauna Burgon 

Joan Christensen 



Marilyn Carbridge 
Marilyn Coulam 
Diana Garlock 
Diana Gaudette 
Mary Ellen Hales 



Ann Handy 
Joanna Harris 
Barbara Houtz 
Marjorie Hyde 
Sharilynn Jensen 



Arlene Jones 
Historian 

Myrna Jones 

Mary Ellen Madsen 

Judyann McCoy 
Secretary 

Marjorie Memmott 



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Kathelene Mortensen 
Treasurer 

Linda Nicholas 
Secretary 

Julie Ann Paull 

Pat Penrod 



Carolyn Powelson 

Gayle Rogers 

Kathy Rose 

Kathleen Stevenson 




Linda Tomlinson 

Connie Turley 

Margaret Turner 



Delian Vesta members and their es- 
corts pause briefly during the Spring 
Formal dinner-dance. The social, held 
in April, was a high light of the year. 





Japanese students, holding a article of 
clothing, discuss the culture and cus- 
toms of their country with Del Vesta 
members during a Culture Evening. 



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Susan E. Evans 
President 



VAKHNOM 



"Seek Beauty in All Things," was the motto of the Vakhnom culture unit, 
formed in March 1964 to fill a need for an organization which would promote 
culture and friendship among girls with similar interests. Composed of thirty 
members originally, Vakhnom added thirty-two more during the Spring of 
1965. This year, the girls in the organization endeavored to stimulate interest 
in cultural activities by holding and attending regular culture events each 
month. Frequent firesides were held and attendance at devotional and forums 
was encouraged. After short evening business meetings, lyceums were attended 
and discussed. Vakhnoms participated in such campus events as Cougar Days, 
Homecoming, and Songfest. Other activities included weekly meetings, after- 
game parties, and a Christmas dance at Solitude Lodge "Mistletoe and Moon- 
beams. ' The highlight of the year was the Spring Invitational, an April din- 
ner-dance held at the Cottonwood Country Club in Salt Lake City. Speakers 
throughout the year were Dr. Daniels, President Rogers of the East Provo 
Stake, and Brother Cheney of the English Department. Special rush activities 
included a "Little Kids" party, at talent show by the members, and a fireside 
with Sister Schwendiman. 



Zan Avati 

Diane Black 

Kathleen Blake 

Marie Dibble 
Secret ar}' 

Sandy L. Egan 



Karen Possum 

Lynda Glazier 

Ellen Gray 

Susan Greenwood 

Christine Hatton-Warc 
Vice President 



Carolyn Hill 

Bonny Howard 

Ruth Jacob 

Diann Jensen 
Treasurer 

Carol Myers 



Melinda Nelson 
Marjorie Nielsen 
Sheri Pardoe 
Paula Patterson 
Annette Peay 




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Sybil Portie 

Cathy Reed 
Chaplin 

Sheryl Sandberg 

Diana Smoot 



Sharon Stewart 

Ingrid Thompson 

Ruth Thomson 

Loreen Todd 



Vicki Van Wagenen 

Susan Ward 

Wendy Whitaker 

Kay Whitney 



Nancy Wilcox 

Dottie WooIIey 

Chris Wright 




With ..a giant question mark and the title, "Destiny in Question .... Peace," 
the Vakhnom float caught the crowd's eye at the Cougar Homecoming Parade. 



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COUGARETTES 



Susan Greenwood 
President 



The Cougarettes, long since indispensable to BYXJ, continued brightening 
their distinguished name this year. In addition to their regular appearances at 
football and basketball games, these forty girls had two especially notable items 
on their calendar: first, during the semester break the Cougarettes accompanied 
the basketball team to the University of Denver and the Air Force Academy, 
giving half-time performances at the games; second, the Cougarettes pre- 
sented one of their fine precision marching routines at concluding game of 
the NCAA Regional Finals, which was nationally televised from the school. 

The Cougarettes incorporated a great variety of other activities into their 
school year. They held workshops and conferences for high school pep clubs, 
which this year also involved training 1300 girls for a performance at the 
Invitational Track and Field Meet held in April. Cougarettes additionally 
sponsored pep rallies and a student assembly, took part in Skits-O-Frantic, 
and aided in Belle of the Y Week. Exchange parties and a Spring Formal 
dinner-dance were among the group socials. Originally created to promote 
enthusiasm for athletics, Cougarettes extended their spirit to all BYU. 



Kathy Armstrong 
Betty Baxter 
Judy Beckstrand 
Jeaneese Blanchard 
Beverly Bowen 



Margie Boyer 
Ruth Buckmiller 
Sharon Cazier 
Doris Christensen 
Linda Conrad 



Annette Cook 
Judy Cranford 
Judy Cusick 
Kassie Felt 
Diane Gardner 



Glenna J. Gordon 

Ellen Gray 

Patricia Hawkes 
Treasurer 

Vickie Johnson 

Lorraine Judd 




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Joan Layton 

Mary Ellen Madsen 

Denise Marshall 

Sue Miller 

Kerry Miner 



Karen Mooney 

Melinda Nelson 

Nelda Palmer 

Sheri Ann Pardoe 
Commandant 



Grace Perry 

Mary Ellen Schofield 

Cheryl Smith 

Christine Smith 



Ellen Strasburg 

Sharon Summerhays 
Secretary 

Jeane Todd 

Loreen Todd 

Connie Turley 




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SPECIAL INTEDEST 




BLUE KEY 



Roger A. Dixon 
President 




"A desire that student problems may be studied, and the best interests 
of the University may be stimulated and promoted" is the goal of Blue Key 
National Honor Fraternity. Members drawn from all classes must have a cum- 
ulative grade point of 3.2 since academic performance is a good indication 
of ambition, initiative and ability. 

Each year this unit meets and plans several valuable service projects for 
the school. Placing a large geo-physical globe, costing 10,000 dollars, in the 
student library was the most important project this year. Biographical plaques 
have been placed in all buildings to promote an awareness of the great con- 
tributions made by the men for whom the buildings were named. In addition, 
this unit handles all the ticket distribution for football and basketball games. 
A future project in the planning stage is a memorial room in the student 
center in honor of alumni killed in the world wars. 

A highlight of the year was the Annual Spring Honors Banquet, at which 
Harvey Fletcher and LaVar Rockwood were made honorary Blue Key members. 



Charles Allen 

Roger Anderson 

Russell Barber 
Corresponding Secretary 

Robert F. Bohn 

Gary Browning 



Bart Conlin 
Bill Evenson 
Don Lowell Fisher 






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Harvey J. Fletcher 
Faculty Advisor 

Charles Fox 



Jerry Frederickson 
Gary Grant 
Chet Harmer 
Ken Higby 
Gerald Holladay 



William Homer 

Gary Lambert 

Ray Luce 

Leo Lyman 

William Karl Mitchell 
Alumni Secretary 



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Craig Morrison 

Clayne Pope 

Theo J. Powell 

Bruce Richardson 

Doug Riggs 



Milan Smith 

Jan S. Snyder 

Walter B. Sudweeks 



Thomas Tate 
Secretary 



Gary Thurman 

Ronald Thurman 
Vice President 

Brent Turley 

John Udall 

Paul Weenig 



Jim Wilde 

David Glen Williams 

David N. Wright 

Richard L. Young 




President Roger Dixon speaks to members at a meeting. 



Officers and members pose around the Wagon Wheel, the 
BYU-Utah State football trophy sponsored by Blue Key. 




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Roger B. Porter 
President 



ARCHON 



Demanding excellence in both scholastic and service activities, Archon 
Honor Fraternity promoted scholarship, service, and leadership among out- 
standing freshmen and sophomore men. Archon's program of excellent meet- 
ing and fireside speakers enabled its thirty-five members to gain new insights 
into contemporary society. 

Archon participated in the AMS-AWS Christmas Drive, the University 
Tutoring Service, Songfest, and ushered at university functions. The Spring 
Book Drive provided books for the State Mental Hospital Library. In addition, 
an Archon Honor Fraternity Collection was founded in the university library. 
Highlight of the year was the first annual Honors Banquet which was cli- 
maxed by the presentation of the first Honorary Membership to an outstanding 
community leader. 

Completing its fifth year, Archon Honor Fraternity aided its individual 
members in becoming aware of and fulfilling the responsibilities which come 
with honors and academic excellence. 









Douglas C. Alliach 
Walter Ames 
Mike Call 
Steven Craft 
Richard Van Harrison 



Paul Hinman 
Robert Hutchins 
Donald Jones 
Paul Ludlow 



Roger Martindale 
Vice President 

David Mendenhall 

Wendell David Ross 

Paul Stratton 



Reed Bruce Sundrud 
Allen Taylor 

Richard Wells 

Secretary 

Michael Winward 
David Wright 



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Raising $11,000 from basketball and football game projects, and donating 
this amount to the university's athletic travel fund was the Cougar Club's way 
of proving its worth as an athletic booster club this year. The group aided 
the Athletic Department in other ways too. It helped to interest prospective 
team members in the university, worked to make BYU a national sports 
power, and created a better public image of athletic activities at BYU. 
1964-65 was marked by the opening of several new chapters of the club 
in leading western cities of the U.S. 

COUGAR CLUB 

Jim W. Barnes 
Secretary 

David T. Boyack 

James M. Broadbent 

Charles Carter 
Treasurer 



R. J. Dalley 

Stan Dunn 

Brent W. Eames 
First Vice President 

Allen R. Earl 

Ben Fouit: 



Erran Goulding 
Ralph W. Hardy 

Charles Hedrick 

Andy Madsen 

David McAllister 



Dave McFadden 

Dennis Moffat 
Second Vice President 

William M. Morris 

Athony Ragozzine 

Milan Smith 



Robert C. Teel 

Kenn ^V. Thiess 

Lynn Tolley 

Brent Turley 

Doug Stewart 



Denis Stoddard 

John Stone 

Douglas D. Wells 

Ronald W. White 

Arthur Winkelman 




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Cathy Culbertson 
President 

DeAnn Young 
Vice President 

Elva E. Davis 
Sponsor 




The White Key Honorary Service Sorority was organized in 1933 and was 
the first women's service unit to be established at BYU. This organization for 
select senior women is the feminine counterpart of Blue Key. White Key's im- 
pressive record includes the following: originating and annually distributing 
the student directory, sponsoring the Cougarettes, leading the Homecoming 
Parade with the block "Y", holding the first Annual Fashion Tea, conducting 
the yearly Women's Week fashion show, and initiating the traveling scholar- 
ship trophy for the men's or women's unit having the best grade point average. 



WHITE KEY 




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Beverly Berry 

Ruth Bramall 
Treasurer 

Karen Broadbent 

Reitha Collier 

Lucille Echohawk 



Nancy Evenson 
Anne Farnsworth 
Claudette Fuston 

Brenda K. Gold 
Aileen Ingram 



Marilyn Jensen 

Delia Ann Merrill 
Secretary 

Eileene Nuttall 

Shirley Paetsch 

Patricia Pierce 



Julie Polly 

Marybeth Raynes 

Irene Reeves 

Lillie Sheetz 

Helen Sirrine 



Ingrid Thompson 

Marci Townsley 

Marilynn Trapnell 

Carol Westover 
Historian 

Pat Whittaker 
Secretary 




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sportswomen is the organization for the female sports enthusiasts on the 
campus. Its purpose is to sponsor and coordinate sporting activities among 
women students at BYU. The Sportswomen place special emphasis on a full 
year schedule for sports as an addition to participation in major campus activi- 
ties. Highlighting the year for the group are their own annual events, the 
Sportsfeast and the Luau held with the Sportsmen, the Christmas time dinner- 
dance, and the Heber Canyon Bike Ride. The Sportswomen are also active in the 
Intramurals in basketball, table tennis, Softball, bowling, and volleyball. 

SPORTSWOMEN 

Sharon Ackroyd 
Sports director 

Mary Allred 

Marcia Ballard 

Suzanne Brach 



Elaine Bruce 

Bonnie Buchan 

Linda Sue Butler 

Luan Chandler 

Ann Christopherson 



Elizabeth Eastman 

Janet Hill 

Bobbi Hansen 

Billie Hanson 

Susanne Hinson 



Bernie Jones 

Sue Larson 

Carol Listak 

Carol Diane Lloyd 

Karen Miller 
Secretary 



Pricilla Montgomery 

Sandra Murphy 
Vice President 

Marilyn Myers 

Amy Pell 

Sandra Ord 
Treasurer 



Judy A. Randall 

Tracy Marie Rother 

Karen G. Smith 

Crystal Stock 

Rae Ann Talley 




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Lloyd J. Nielson 
President 



SPORTSMEN 



"Clinics" were an appropriate activity of the 33 sportsminded young men 
wiio comprised this year's Sportsmen Club. Clinics are not instruction in splint- 
ing and bandaging, but instruction in such varied sports as skiing, volleyball, 
bowling, basketball and football. When established in 1959 it was limited to 
25 BYU men who would rather grub around than socialize but has since 
grown to its present size. Annual events are the rabbit hunt (hunters bag as 
many sore dogs as rabbits, they say) ; the Sports Feast, where dinner is the 
game meats brought down by Sportsmen — they say it's delicious, and still have 
enough pep left over to dance; a luau in spring involves the group in "eating, 
play, eating, games and eating." The group led by President Lloyd Nielson, 
vice-president Fred Wall; secretary Bob Hintile and treasurer Bob Godfrey 
also sponsors the Sportsmen Cup ski race in winter. The club is characterized 
by an intense feeling of brotherhood and a willingness to go almost anywhere 
and do almost anything. You'll seldom find them in coats and ties at parties, 
and they seldom stay still for very long — -there's too much going on, they say. 




John Ashby 
Dan Bailey 
Peter Berry 
Richard Bungay 
Jack Cashion 



Bob Clay 
Bruce Cromar 
Tom Crow 
Gordon Eddington 
Gary Fontaine 



Robert Godfrey 
Treasurer 

Mike Hamilton 

Doc Hansen 

Frosty Hansen 

Bob A. Hinkle 

Secretary 

Keith Loraine 
Earl F. Mclntyre 
Richard Randall 
Richard Rasmussen 
John W. Reese 



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Keith Richins 

Ronald Shook 

Thyrle Stapley 

Jim Stead 

Gary Underwood 



Ross Uibel 

Fred Wall 
Vice President 

Brad Weston 

Craig Wiseman 

Kent Wiseman 




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Cup Race. 



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FOLK DANCERS 



A request by a Church group for 
folk dances to be presented at a Scandi- 
navian dinner prompted the organiza- 
tion of the present BYU International 
Folk Dancers. From this first nucleus 
of fourteen couples the group has 
grown to a membership of 186 dancers. 
Each year they fulfill 90 performance 
obligations and in doing so appear be- 
fore a total audience of over 150,000. 

Besides providing an educational 
experience for students interested in 
folk dancing and developing dance 
skills, the group serves as a public re- 
lations unit of the university, a good 
will ambassador to other countries, and 
as a missionary tool for the Church. 



Front row: Toni Fabrizio, Make Farnsworth, Dwight Fitzgarrald, Paul Gertsch, Dave 
Gill, Fred Goode, Dwaine Goodwin, Marcia Gordon, Ron Gorrell, Kay Green, Linda 
Green. Second row. Annalee Greenwood, Roy Griffiths, Ginger Hampton, Judy Har- 
bertson, Kristen Harbertson, Michelle Hatch, Anna Held, Trudy Henderson, Nila Hess, 
Janielle Hildebrandt. Th/rd row. Georgia Hill, Sally Jane Hoskins, David Hsu, Carol 
Huber, Bruce Humberstone, Darrell Hunt, David Howe, Dale Hymas, Jim Jensen, 
Mary Bee Jensen. Biick rou : Ron Jensen, LuAnne Jenson, Anita Johnson, Bev Johnson, 
Colleen Johnson, David Johnson, Robert Johnson, Susanne Johnson, Karen Johnston, 
Carol Ann Jones, Richard Kearsley. 



Front rou-: Don Allen, Coreen Anderson, Darwin Anderson, Kit Anderson, Sharel 
Anderson, Bonnie Barker, Isabel Barlow, Carolyn Beesley, Dave Belnap, Don Bensch- 
neider. Second row. Jeannette Bertoch, Bill Blevins, Kent Boley, Tom Bossert, Mark 
Breinholt, Scott Brown, Mac Brubaker, Mike Caldwell, Mary Bee Jensen, Dwaine 
Goodwin, Roy Griffiths. Third row. Brent Chambers, Pat Child, Elaine Christensen, 
Melody Christiansen, Connie Clark, JoAnn Coursey, Shari Cook, Julie Corbett, Claudia 
Cottrell, Lynne Cowan, Janet Cowley. Back row. Roger Croft, Charmaine Crowder, 
Arthur Cummings, Tom Davis, Brent Dixon, Linda Dixon, Joyce Duffin, Sharon Earl, 
Bob Elton, Elizabeth Enke. 






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Front row. Ernie Keller, Reino Kerttula, Bill Kirkpatrick, Steve Larkin, Jeanni Larsen, 
Julia Larsen, Ike Leavitt, Don Lee, Lillian Lee, Ludene Lowry, Larry Lyman, Linda Lyon. 
Second row: Jeanie McAllister, Larry McCord, Melanie McEwen, Mike McGrew, 
Christine Madsen, Ron Marriott, Sandee Mathewson, Neldon Maxfield, Dave Mickel, 
Laraine Miner, Dean Mitchell. Third roiv: Bart Mortensen, Mike Mortensen, Sally Ann 
Nebeker, Garth Nelson, Judy Newbury, Laura Lee Nuttall, Clyde Oliphant, Taunya 
Olsen, Craig Olson, Ernest Olson, Beverly Packer. Back row. Garth Peay, Bob Potter, 
Ron Preston, Bob Priddis, Marque Randall, Marilynn Rappleye, Kay Reimschussel, 
Leah Richardson, Alva Richardson, Chris Rickett. 




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This year the Folk Dancers contin- 
ued a tradition of immense activity 
with tours to the Northwest and to 
California, where they performed for 
half an hour at Disneyland. When they 
were not traveling, they performed for 
all the major activities of the school 
including the opening of then new sta- 
dium, the homecoming game half-time,, 
and the dedication of the Wilkinson 
Center. In addition they presented a 
Christmas program where they took 
their audience on a tour of Europe. 

Their greatest attribute is that they 
are happy. Wherever and whenever 
they perform their enthusiasm and 
zesty spirit charms all who watch them. 



Front row. Charlet Robertson, Ann Robinson, Paula Rothe, Gloria Rowland, Richard 
Rowland, Dave Rudd, Gordon Russell, Judy Sandberg, Bill Schwab, John Shepherd, 
Mack Smith. Second row. Dan Soelberg, Ann Staples, Richard Stevens, Shirley Dee 
Stevens, Renae Stone, Gerry Strong, Suzi Strong, Jim Summers, Dale Thayn. Third row. 
Mike Thomas, Terry Thorne, Ann Tippetts, Terry Tucker, Karl Turley, Brent Uibel, 
Margaret Vance, Diane Varney, Elizabeth Vassel, Valerie Walker, Susan Ward. Back 
roiv: Welton Ward, Bob Watson, Valerie Webster, Joe West, Lyle West, Tom Webster, 
Kathy Williams, Bruce Wilmoth, Trudy Woods, Byard Wood. 



Folk Dancers perform the "Bamboo 
Dance" for a basketball half-time. 




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BALLROOM 



DANCERS 



Front from left to right: Carol Myers, Carol Walt, Muriel White, Pamela Gubler, Elaine 
Mecham, Ann Shumway, Dianne Davis. Back from left to right: Tom Armstrong, Bob 
Fletcher, Doug Mather, Kathie Wright Carlos Fuentes, John Smith, Jean Brimhall, 
Bonnie Coles, Jay Sorensen, Paulette Ostler, Robert Uzelac, Sally Jeppson, Jeff Piatt, 
Joan Aaron, Bill Jeppson, Joyce Rathke, Neal Swann, David Call, Benjamin de Hoyos. 



BYU's Ballroom Dancers, under the 
direction of Ben De Hoyos, took an- 
other giant step toward their goal of 
popularizing ballroom dancing through 
performance. 

On campus, the group-the only one 
of its kind in the nation — was seen in 
whirling action at basketball half-time 
shows, at the Fieldhouse Frolics, assem- 
blies, and put its best performance of 
the year in its own annual concert. 

Like most professional dancing 
teams, the BYU Ballroom Dancers fol- 
low two styles of dance: the interna- 
tionalist, and the exhibition styles. The 
internationalist style conforms to fea- 
tures which are performed exactly the 
same way all over the world. Exhibi- 
tion style allows more liberty such as 
formations with steps to Latin-Ameri- 
can, American, and other rhythms. 

The group was also very popular 
off campus. It traveled through the 
Northwestern states on tour with the 
Program Bureau, it performed in Salt 
Lake City for the General Authorities 
of the Church, and presented several 
shows for local community groups. 



Ben de Hoyos leads the Ballroom Dance team in a Paso Doble during the 
BYU-Wyoming basketball game half-time show. 


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SPECIAL INTEREST / HOUSING 




Y SQUARES 



From row: Patricia McNeill, Charlene Joyce, secretary-treasurer; Patricia Howlett, Gratit 
S. Howlett, president; Ilene Beck, Earl A. Beck, caller-instructor; Jeanette Macklev, 
reporter; Clayne Jensen, faculty advisor; Eileen Rieff, historian; Robert Roth, vice 
president. Second row. LaVar Walley, Jo Bowcut, David Gardner, Lauretta Faught, 
Michael Thomas, Donna Dixon, Roger Duce, Joy Mitchell, Anne Craner. Third roiv: 
Max Spatig, Ila Jean Lang, Stephen J. Burton, Carolyn Shephard, Leiand L. Vincent, 
Kenneth Gary McCain, Natalie Gonn. Bdck rou : Dick Coombs .Penny Johnson, Roger R. 
Myers, Leon Graham, Harold Black. 



Front row: Margo Tryon, publicity; Doris Nelson, vice president of athletics; Nancy 
Woolf, secretary; Claudia Thompson, president; Lona Lee Christensen, executive vice 
president; Carol Frodsham, treasurer; Joyce Carroll, historian; Fay Alldredge, vice 
president of social activities. Back row: Hall presidents: Kathy Romm, 7C; Dorothy 
Olson, 7A; Aileen Ingram, lA-B; Dianne Johnson, 6D; Linda Wilson, 6A; Sharon Rich- 
ards, 6B; Patti Greaves, 6C; Nancy Sidwell, IC; Maryjo Reed, 7D; Midge Thomas, 7B. 



INTER-TERRACE 
COUNCIL 



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INTERHALL 

COUNCIL 



From rou: Diann Ballard, Alexa Spencer, treasurer; Norma Werhaaren, first semester 
president; Myreel Lewis, first semester vice-president; Nanci Lewis, first semester 
secretary; Carol Dixon, second semester vice-president. Back row: Carolyn Edmiston, 
Leslie Munford, Jan Wallis, Karen Lutz, Leera Gordon, Nancy Lillywhite, second 
semester vice-president; Sister Marilyn Bolles. 



Weary but happy after tubing at Timp Haven, Interhall Council members 
and their dates meet at the lodge to eat a steak dinner. 




Inter-Hall Council is an organiza- 
tion composed of women's board and 
room housing representatives from both 
Helaman Halls and Deseret Dorms. 
The purposes of the organization were 
to provide unity among the halls; to 
allow for an interchange of ideas and 
enthusiasm; to provide a disseminating 
body for all news pertinent to the resi- 
dents of board and room halls; to guide 
and advise individual halls in their 
social, cultural and spiritual activities; 
and to carry suggestion from residents 
to the housing administration. 

Some of the Inter-Hall Council 
events held during the year were: the 
establishment of a housing government 
in Deseret Dorms at the beginning of 
the year, participation in the annual 
Housing Conference and the all-hous- 
ing resident halls scholarship banquet, 
representation of BYU by the housing 
president and vice-president at the re- 
gional and national residential hall con- 
ferences, and the provision of leader- 
ship training on a council level in order 
to help the dorm officers to be more 
effective in their officiating capacities. 
Social activities throughout the year in- 
cluded a dinner and tubing party at 
Timp Haven, and a Christmas Party. 



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Front row. May Anderson, social vice president; Jeanette O'Donald, vice president; 
Robin Hood, secretary; Judi Wolff, publicity; Mary Thompson, Bryan Thompson (on 
lap), John Thompson, Rhonda Brewer, vice president; Patti Greaves, president; Marilyn 
Anderson, culture chairman. Second row. Tawna Storey, Juanita Worthington, Janeal 
Hansen, Karen Kampsula, Kathy Malouf, Lynne Henderson, Geneva OrgiU, Carol 
Allred, Vicki Slotte. Thmi roif. Jake M. Hoyt, Linda Bryant, Pat Braddock, Tavna 
Palmer, Ann Millward, Ann Harris, Janet Gail Thomas, JoLynn Peterson. Fourth row. 
Suzanne Scherer, Bonnie Bodine, Jean Johnson, Sue Ann Porter, Arleta Galloway, Peggy 
O'Neil, Lynda Packin, Sandy Long, Brenda Phillips. Back row: Laurie Boyd, Rose 
French, Kathy Dusenberry, Suzanne Clark, Barbara Melton, Susan Clarke, Beth Robinson, 
Linda Hall, Ellen Parkin. 



TERRACE 6C 



DESERET DORMS Q3 



Front row. Jutta Manos, Doris Paterson, Beth Wallace, Susie Leefeldt, Linda Tucker, 
Sharon Smith, Carolyn Baker, Norma Jean Madsen, Ann Staples, Judi Underwood. 
Second row. Jeannie Stayner, Sharon Gould, Susan Worlton, Leilani McTague, Sue Saur, 
Monica Moran, Rita Fretwell, Virginia Brockbank, Andrea Maxwell. Th/rd row. Dana 
Cram, Phoebe Yazzie, Sherril Dennison, Danita Boye, Kathy Barton, Karen Sorensen, 
Phyllis White, Peggy Wyche, Mary Kaye Potter. Back roir: Elsyne Hinckley, Kris Vause, 
Janie Culley, Dina Skousen, Kathy Schelendorf, Pat Nichols, Robyne Horton, Cheryl 
Cornwell. 




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HOUSING 




MERRILL HALL HRl 



Front row. Barbara Smith, Linda Swenson, Jeannine Van Dyke, Diane Smith. Second 
row: Lois Thompson, Susan Cripe, Diane Erickson, Lynne Stewart, Margo Webb, Susan 
Smurthwaite, Patrice Heath, Candace Foutz, Karla Yancey, Karen Murdock, Nancy 
Tangren, Marilee Neighbours, Diane Gill. Back row. Linda Bradshaw, Kay Fryar, Janet 
Dahl, Vicki Johnson, Margie Rector, Jon Walthuis, Mary Ann Swenson, Shauna Hoppes, 
Sherri Larth, Lyn Enger, Alexa Spencer. 



Vront row. Marsha Jones, Judy McCall, Karen Long, Kay Ann Bowers. Second row. 

Bernie Babbel, Diane Sutton, Margaret Ann Smith, Karen Andrews, Ann Simmons, 

Shannon Snyder, Renee Andersen, Margie Ruth Winn, Ann L. Collins, Marilyn K. 

Mclnnis, Pat Phelps, Susie Donn. Back row. Janet Thorpe, Helen Sirrine, Valerie 

Twelves, Marie Spilsbury, Carole DeGraff, Jacque Campbell, Mavis Molto, Judy Pruden, "\yl "CT) T> TT T J-J ATT TTTi '7 

Carol Thornton, Kay Christopherson, Ardie Kunz, Diane Stone. iVlXilVJVl J-<1-. Al/XJ-jJ-* X Xl\.^ 




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Front row: Phyllis Nuttall, Anita Mattingly, Jennifer Vanderstek, Janene Barker, 
Anita Rodriguez. Second row: Ann Cansler, Diane Dethloff, Francine Van Rensselaer, 
Karen Beecher, Janice Cook, Joanne Basinger, Sheryl Lundquist, Karie Cannon, Susan 
Behrens, Mary Rumpf, Kenna Webb, Sandra Slink, Jerry Shafer, Selma A. Shingleton, 
Suzanne Kershaw, Marie Hodson, Sharyn Cook. Back row: Sue Thompson, Diane Peter- 
son, Cheryl Zesiger, Sandy Reeves, Nita Jean Thulin, Kathie Annette Kowalske, Gloria 
Johnson, Karen Hick, Carol Brigham, Queenie Richardson, Marilyn Moody, Sue Duffin. 



MERRILL HALL HR3 



MERRILL HALL HLl 



Front row: Kaye Todd, Mariel Manwaring, Helen Bandley, Marion Boisot, Becky 
Nielson, Neddy Memmott. Second row: Susan Clark, Caye Tidball, Michele Whalan, 
Paula Cottrell, Nancy Waters, Rhondda Cutts, Elaine Buhler, Jeanne Bryan, Carol Ann 
England, Ellen Roundy, Linda Olson, Diana Smith, Tamara Merrill. Back rote: Patricia 
Evans, Gail Richardson, Linda Gwynn, Linda Torbet, Martha Burton, Lorna Reed, 
Sylvia Butler, Jacqueline Kay Warner, Sherrie Cox, Nanalee Larsen, Jeanette Robinson, 
Margo Bird. 




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MERRILL HALL HL2 



Front row: Caryn Caldwell, Diann Ballard, Janice Work, Karen Smith, Colleen Grant. 
Second row. Mar)' Brown, Carol Hartman, Susan Myler, Chris Roberts, Janet Gould, 
Patricia Markham, Susanne Stuck, Joann Alder, Candiss Cooper, Judy Burett, Petie 
Simons, Thelma Tamura, Melva McFarlane, Camille Bastian. Back row. Cheery Cluff, 
Sharon Smethurst, Joy Russell, Janie Myers, Janet Jacobs, Candy Bahhel, Dorothy Weiss, 
Linda Barfuss, Pati Hambrick, Geri Harris, Sue Williams, Carol McDonnel, Sandy 
Honeycutt, Joyce Thatcher, Kathie McMullin, Mary Ann Collins. 



Front row. Marsha Cerny, Karen Jensen, Brenda Blalock, Susan Ajak, Sharon Roylance. 
Second row. Andrea Watkins, Sherry Miller, Doris Mousley, Maureen Wilcox, Alice 
Anne Brunt, Beverly Johnson, Jennifer Dillman, Darlene Anderson, Marylinda Jenkins, 
Judy Boque, Janis Leventon. Back row. Kathy Pong, Cheri Maughan, Connie Piggott, 
Holly Neville, Sande Ferrin, Linda Maughan, Ann Bridwell, Robyne Horton, LiUiAnn 
Arp, Linda Conrad, Linda Bishop. 



MERRILL HALL HL3 




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BR-1 — Front row. Leon Rienhart, Bob Anderson, Ellsworth Webb, Sister Smith, Sidney 
K. E. Leong, Albert H. Brown, Dave V. Brough. Second row: Saeed Samiee-Esfahani, 
Jerry Foutz, John Hudnor, James B. Heath, John David Shields, Craig McBride, 
Thomas G. Harlow, Harold D. Young, John Lamphiear, Bob McCleallan, Coug Conger, 
Don Adams, Dan L. Southworth. Back row: Donald L. Billingsley, Craig T. Olson, 
David C. Kratzer, Tom M. Taylor, Bill Atkins, Kenneth Curtis, Loren Westenskow, 
Alan S. Hall, Paul Westbrook, Keith Allred, Craig Hale, Paul Spendal, Craig Bill. 



HINCKLEY 
HALL BRl 



HINCKLEY 
HALL BR2 



BR 2 — Front row: Stephen Jensen, Eric Smith, Ray Keddington, Sister Smith, Chris 
Monson, Bud Wieser, Fred Farmer. Second row: Alfred Randall, Paul Rand Greaves, 
Alan H. Arnesen, Jan T. Bennett, Len Renick, Darwin L. Visker, Kirk Anderson, Steve 
Brooks, Phillip Hudson, Eric M. Broadbent, Randell Ferron Gardner, Morgan Lynch, 
Dennis Schade. Back rotv: Marlyn Lewis, Roger Toronto, Douglas Fay, Dale Robertsen, 
Cal Freeman, Robert Kohler, R. Moses Hudson, Bruce G. Ellis, Gordon Moore, Clark 
Jenkins, Doug Wursten, Leland Gibbons, Larry Stephenson, John Komar. 









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HALL BR3 



BR 3 — Front roir: Kent H. Price, James B. Kelly, David Conley, Sister Smith, Thomas 
Turner, Charles Ellsworth, Ben Brossard. Second row: Carl Wilson, Terry John Stephen- 
son, Phil Judson, Calvin Harris, Dave Oak, Roert Buckner, Douglas P. Sibley, Grant ^ 
Shuman, Ross C. Brown, David Eliason, Glenn Maguet, Dan Buchanan, Forest C. ■ 
Ward, Jim Lindsay, Dennis Bangerter, Chris Bailey. Back row: Noel Zaugg, David ■ 
Haring, Brent Martin, Dennis Fairbourn, Ken Polly, John Hawkins, Gary Jones, Paul 
Ahlstrom, Alan Jorgensen, Fred Fleming, Doug Livingston, Larry McCoy, Jeff Hyde, 
Bob Sorensen. 



BL 1 — Front rotv: Gerald G. Harshberger, Gary K. Allen, David C. Hoopes, Sister 
Smith, Lyall Ace Ferrier, Kent Pocock, Ray Palmer. Second row: Arthur Burnah, Ken 
Bousfield, Michael T. Palmer, James Anderson, James Bailey, Terry Oakes, Tom Higbee, 
Ed Nations, John C. Corless, Charles V. Neumu, Jim Kinimaka, Brent T. Paker, Eric 
G. Loveless, Steve M. Sidwell, Ralph L. Huntzinger. Back row: Rafael Vinas, Glenn 
Hill, Bill Hatch, Mike Caldwell, Gregg Pratt, Mike Crane, Randy Corbin, Gerrit 
Dirkmaat, Russell Burch, John Denny Lambert, Bill Nichols, Steve Crump, Duane 
Benson, Don C. Redd, Robert Forrester. 



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HALL BLl 




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BL 2 — Front row. Arthur J. Schomas, Stephen Badher, Warren Dastrup, Sister Smith, 
Sidney K. E. Leong, Mike Ahlstrom, Gerald C. Harshberger. Second roic: Steve Allen, 
Dennis Roundy, Steve Rasmussen, Gravel Little, Robert J. Jensen, R. Brent Olson, 
Stephen M. Udall, Clinton Archibald, Randy Walker, John Dilg, Mitchell W. Hunt. 
Back row. Gunther R. Holmes, Paris Wheel, Jim Wallis, Curtis Johnson, Manuwai 
Davis, Dennis Groome, William Joseph Dilg, Terry Mitchell, Bradley Wert, Melvin 
Ray, Ken Reading, Norm Phillips. 



HINCKLEY 
HALL BL2 



HINCKLEY 
HALLBL3 



BL i— Front row: Jeff M. Alder, Ron Webster, Gary Waldon, Sister Smith, Dick Phil- 
lips, Terry Olson, Darrell Jones. Second row. Edgar Giles, Patrick Simiskey, Farrell E. 
Holmes, Rick Whitney, Wynn Randall Witman, Jim Hancock, Mark Jasinski, James 
Cartwright, Brent Schulthies, Tom Peterson. Back row. Doug Pulley, Jerry Ashton, Paul 
Gertsch, W. Graig Thompson, Joe Baird, Randy Lund, Howard Bristol, Bruce Beck- 
strand, Frank Dent, Lynn Child, Larry Painton. 




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Camelot — photograph by 




FRANKLIN S. HARRIS 



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LYCEUMS 



Climaxing the 1964-65 BYU-Community Concert Lyceum series of outstanding concerts 
was the May 3 appearance of the world-famous Chicago Symphony Orchestra (above) 
under the direction of Jean Martinon. Jaime Laredo (below), young Bolivian virtuoso, 
opened the Lyceum series October 12 in the Smith Fieldhouse. Mr. Laredo is the young- 
est artist ever to win the coveted Brussels competition. 




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Shirley Verrett, (below) young mezzo-so- 
prano, appeared in concert on the Lyceum 
series November 16. 





Distinguished European guitar duo of Ida Presti and Alexandre Lagoya (above) appeared 
in concert March 25. The duo is one of the most highly-rated husband and wife teams 
in classical music today. The Bach Aria Group (below), comprised of soprano Eileen 
Farrell, tenor Jan Peerce, alto Carol Smith, baritone Norman Farrow, flutist Julius 
Baker, oboist Robert Bloom, cellist Bernard Greenhouse, violinist Oscar Shumsky, and 
pianist Paul Ulanowsky, performed on the Lyceum series March 1. 




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EXPERIMENTAL 
THEATRE 



£ rederick Schiller's, AUiry Stuart . a 
dramatic story of the famous conflict 
between Mary, Queen of Scots and 
Queen Elizabeth of England, unfolded 
upon the stage of the new experimental 
theatre for its grand opening February 
10-11. Directed by Morris Clinger, the 
production starred Sondra Read as 
Mary Stuart and Jean Jenkins as Queen 
Elizabeth. Other cast members included 
Maxilyn Capell, Tom Jenness, Neil 
Clements, Merrill Frost, John Adams, 
Ken Young, Neldon Maxfield, Neil 
Davis, Richard Payne, Brent Pickering, 
Tom Powell, and Dick Smith. 




At a confession before Lord Burleigh (Merrill Frost) and Sir Anias Paulet 
(Tom Jenness) Queen Mary (Sondra Read) say "/ am willing to give up my 
throne if it means saving the life of my friends. 



"But my dear Queen, rou have such grace and power, you must remain Queen 
of England." says the Earl of Leicester (Ken Young) to Queen Elizabeth (Jean 
Jenkins) in an effort to flatter her and win her hand. 




Lxird Burleigh (Merrill Frost) steps 
out of his serious role and seems to 
say "I am less of a devil now." 




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READERS' 

THEATER 



IT ebruary 11, 12, and 15 were the days 
the Reader's Theatre presented in inter- 
pretive drama, Fire Finger Exercise. 
Written by Peter Shaffer, the play was 
a modern English drama of unusual 
psychological impact. The cast, directed 
by Dr. Preston R. Gledhill, included 
Dean Bitter, Stanley Porter, Mae Flegg, 
David Call and Vicki Wentz. 



The cast in performance of "Five Finger Exercise." 



ARNOTT'S MARIONETTES 



Professor Peter Arnott's marionette 
Phaedra from the French classic of the 
same name. 



It eter Arnott's Classic Marionettes 
performed on the BYU campus March 
12-13. Proffessor Arnott, an author, 
artist, and lecturer, presented his mar- 
ionette actors in Sophocles' Oedipus 
the King and Marlow's Dr. Faustus. 
Designed to create various types of for- 
mal drama, the Marionette Theatre has 
operated in the United States and Can- 
ada since 1958. 




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Galileo (Ivan Crosland) at the inquisi- 
tion to determine if he is guilty of 
breaking a promise not to teach Co- 
pernican doctrine. 



The world is seen by Galileo for the first time as he looks through his telescope. 





LAMP AT 
MIDNIGHT 



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i-^ramatizing Galileo's struggles, Bar- 
rie Stavis's Lamp at Midnight was the 
first play to be presented in the new 
Drama Theatre in the Harris Fine Arts 
Center. Dr. Harold I. Hansen, Chair- 
man of the Dramatic Arts Department, 
directed the cast of nearly fifty actors 
and sixty-five students. Mr. Stavis, the 
author, visited the campus for three days 
to assist in the production and to be 
a guest lecturer. 

The sets for the play were non-rep- 
resentational and lent themselves to 
timeless, universal themes. There was 
a series of ramps and steps which em- 
phasized the actor rather than the set- 
ting. The set was un-enclosed and fea- 
tured warm earth colors on the steps 
and ramps. Lights were used to set the 
mood and to focus attention on the 
characters and action. 

All costumes for the production 
were adaptations of authentic 17 Cen- 
tury clothing. The church vestiments 
worn by the play's monks were very 
close to the originals. 

Leading roles in the play were con- 
vincingly portrayed by Ivan Crosland 
as Galileo; Michele Mitchell, Galileo's 
daughter; Neal Barth, Sagredo; Jack 
Sederholm, Prince Cesi; Charles Met- 
ten, Pope Urban VIII; and Dean Davis 
as Cardinal Robert Bellarmin. 



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Galileo shows his telescope to the academy. 



Galileo returns to his daughter after his trial by the inquisitors. 




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SKIN OF OUR 
TEETH 



The refugees from the town come seeking shelter at Mr. Antrobus' home from fear 
of destruction by the ice that is englufing the city during the ice age and from the 
lack of fuel available to keep them warm. 



X hornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-win- 
ning play, The Skin of Our Teeth, was 
presented at BYU in the Drama Thea- 
tre with showings from February 22 to 
February 27. Classified as a "cockeyed 
fantasy" by director Charles Metten, 
the play was a comic presentation of 
the average American at grips with his 
destiny. 

The comedy revealed the story of 
the Antrobus family, representing man- 
kind, and took the audience on a time 
trip that showed how man has repeat- 
edly escaped from threatening destruc- 
tion by "the skin of his teeth." 

Major roles were portrayed by Carol 
Lynn Wright, Dan Staples, Michele 
Priebe, Glen Varney, Stefenee Niel- 
sen, and Eleanor Brough. By using a 
circus type staging, the players were 
allowed to step out of their roles and 
speak directly to the audience, even to 
complain about the lines assigned to 
them. 



"I accept the nomination" replies Mr. Antro- 
bus (Dan Staples) at the presidential con- 
vention in Atlantic City as Mrs. Antrobus 
(Carol Lynn Wright) be;uns. 




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he Drama Department presented 
Teahouse of the August Moon in the 
Drama Theatre March 24 to March 31 
under the direction of Albert O. Mitch- 
ell. Written by John Patrick, the play 
was an enchanting satire on the East 
meeting the West, accordmg to Harold 
I. Hansen, Chairman of the Dramatic 
Arts Department. The plot pursued the 
career of an Army of Occupation of- 
ficer stationed in a remote village in 
Okinawa. It was his duty to teach de- 
mocracy to the natives, but within a few 
days Captain Fisby found himself the 
owner of a "Grade A" Geisha girl, 
Lotus Blossom. 

Michiko Whipple (Lotus Blossom), 
a native of Japan, was selected for her 
part in the production because of her 
unusual training as a Geisha, as well 
as for her talent in drama. Other major 
characters were Kent E. Nelson (Sa- 
kini). Bill Layne (Col. Purdy), Ger- 
ald Pearson (Captain Fisby), Annette 
Maeda (Miss Higa Jiga), and Fred 
Stout (Captain McLean). The play in- 
cluded a total of fifty characters, and 
all of their costumes were authentic. 



Col. Purdy (Bill Layne) calls Capt. Fis- 
by (Gerald Pearson) for a progress re- 
port at a critical moment. 



TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON 



The ladies' League for Democratic Action demand., through interpreter Sakini 
(Kent E. Nelson) that Capt. Fisby arrange for them to receive training in 
the Geisha art. 




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Arthur receives Lancelot after his vic- 
tory in the tournament. 



Arthur (Duane Huff) discovers that 
Lancelot (Alan Ord) and Guenevere 
(Holly Gudmundson) are in love. 



CAMELOT 




A he romantic adventures and won- 
dous delights of medieval England's 
King Arthur and his Knights of the 
Round Table were told as Brigham 
Young University staged the famous 
Broadway musical Camelot by Lerner 
and Loewe. Under the direction of Dr. 
Harold I. Hansen, the play was pre- 
sented March 3-6 and 8 in the Concert 
Hall of the Fine Arts Center. Central 
figure in the musical was King Arthur 
(Duane Huff), the son of a duchess, 
raised as an orphan ignorant of his 
royal birth, and educated by the wizard 
Merlyn (Charles Curtis.) Arthur made 
good his inheritance to knightship when 
he drew the sword Excalibur from the 
stone and became a wise ruler with 
dreams of creating a Utopia in Camelot. 
Arthur's dream was shattered with the 
tragic overthrow of his kingdom due 
to the misconduct of his wife Guene- 
vere (Holly Gudmundson) and Lance- 
lot (Alan Ord), and by Arthur's un- 
worthy son Mordred (Kay Smith). 

Others in the cast were Neal Barth, 
Jed Nolan, Charles Soelberg, Gary 
Allen, Blaine Lee, Gordon L. Ridd, 
Patsy Christian, Stan Christensen, Dean 
Mitchell, Rod Anderson, Dean A. Da- 
vis, Randall Lund, Frances Anne 
Smeath, Sheryl Jamison, Charles Brown, 
David Henson and more than 50 sing- 
ers and dancers who composed the 
lords, ladies and knights of the Court 
of Camelot. 

Choral director was Brandt Curtis 
with Richard Ballou as conductor of 
the orchestra. Nine sets for the musical 
were designed by Charles Henson. The 
technical director was Robert Struthers 
and Linda Hatch supervised the chore- 
ography. 



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The tumblers provide entertainment for the Court at the celebration beh 
the tournament. 



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In his search for the Questing Beast, PelUnore (Neal Earth) stumbles upon 
Lamelot s May Day celebration and decides to stay for awhile. 




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MIRACLE 

WORKER 

V-/ne of the most magnificent people 
to come out of our time was Helen Kel- 
ler, who overcame the inhibiting forces 
of blindness and deafness to become an 
influential personality of humanity. 
William Gibson captured the early part 
of Helen's dramatic struggle in The 
Aliracle Worker. Annie Sullivan, played 
by Joyce Tolman, was the instrumental 
person who brought light into Helen's 
world of darkness and silence. Her des- 
perate battle was vividly portrayed in 
the play, leaving one questioning who 
really was the heroine of the story, 
Helen, played by Ann Bramall, or her 
teacher, Miss Sullivan. 

The Aliracle Worker, under the di- 
rection of Preston GledhiU, brought 
Brigham Young University's theatre 
season to a climatic close May 12 to 
May 16. 



Annie Sullivan (Joyce Tolman) struggles with the child Helen Keller (Ann Bramall) 
to teach her a much needed lesson in manners and discipline that her parents have 
failed to teach her because they feel sorry for her. 



Helen discovers for the first time that her 
doll has eyes just like her own. 




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Left to right: Suzanne Jeppson, Patricia Peterson, Dellane Jessop, William Homer, 
Diane Owens, Jan Tyler, Jim Finch, David Crockett, Marie Tyler, Helen Gardner. 

GEMISCHTER KAMMERCHOR 




Dr. J. R. Halliday, Director 



MADCHEN KAMMERCHOR 



J., he Madchen Kammerchor and Ge- 
mischter Kammerchor were formed in 
September of 1964 for the purpose of 
acquainting the American public with 
German vocal music and to serve as 
ward choirs for those participating in 
the Semester in Salsburg program. Con- 
certs were given by the choirs through- 
out Europe in an effort to familarize 
the people with American folksongs as 
well as singing the native songs of the 
country. Before leaving for Salsburg, 
the groups performed at various func- 
tions in the Provo area. 



Front row: Jean Blazer, Elizabeth Rice, Katherine Rich, Joan Porter, Camille Bastian, 
Charotte Bingham, Dorothy Behling. Back roir: Bonnie Wauper, Linda Barrett, DeAnne 
Brown, Ruth Halliday, Sheryl Raner, Gayle Groo, Christine Wright, Patricia Richards, 
Juling Hart. 




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Seated: Susan Smith and Diane Perry, soloists. Front rote: Claudia Soelberg, Susan 
Westover, Leslie Sheperd, Gwyn Howell, Ruth Ann Ricks, Lynn Blackman, Sheryl 
Jamison, Linda Steimle, Clare Johnson, Sheryl Green, Cheryl Klingler. Second row: 
Kathleen Perry, Carole Munson, Holly Gudmundson, Melva Lee Allred, Susan McBride, 
Sonia Richardson, Andrea Bowers, Cheryl Lee Olsen, Teresa Farr, Elizabeth Gammell, 
Ariel Bybee. Third row: Carlos Gonzalez, Howard Johnson, David G. Williams, Paul 
Broadhead, Daniel R. Knudsen, Paul Toscano, Larry Hunt, Gordon L. Ridd, Alan J. 
Ord, Carl D. Stevens, Keith Rowby. Back row: Larry R. Christy, Peter A. Armstrong, 
Thomas Stosich, Michael L. Higgins, Charles Shipp, Steven C. Lemon, Randall Lund, 
Richard Justis, Walter B. Rudolph, Gorden Everard Mills, Clyde Dart Olipahant, Gary 
Fishef. 



OPERA WORKSHOP 




Brandt Curtis, Director 



Vxpera, a kind of highbrow variety 
show, is a sign of a community's cul- 
tural maturity because of the complexity 
of its production. This cultural status 
was brought to the BYU campus by the 
Opera Workshop which was designed to 
give students a greater appreciation and 
experience in the field of opera. 

Under the direction of Brandt Cur- 
tis, the Workshop produced four 
operas this year. Of the four, Tosca was 
the major production which combined 
student and faculty efforts. Other pre- 
sentations of the season were Ameila 
Goes to the Ball and A Game of 
Chance, two one act operas, and The 
Bartered Bride which ended the season. 

The move to the Harris Fine Arts 
Center expanded the potential for bet- 
ter productions because of the new fa- 
cilities which were specifically planned 
for the opera such as a large stage, 
dressing rooms, and an orchestra pit 
that can be raised or lowered to the 
desired height. 



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Cavardossi (Gary Fisher) and Tosca 
(Ariel Bybee) meet in the chapel. 



jfl-cclaimed as one of Puccini's great- 
est operas, Tosca, Sardou's tragedy of 
passion and revenge, was presented by 
the BYU Opera Workshop from Febru- 
ary 8 through February 13. 

A favorite among opera lovers, the 
opera featured two separate casts, each 
performing two nights. On Monday and 
Friday nights the faculty cast included 
Margaret Woodward starring as Tosca, 
Brandt Curtis as Cavaradossi, Maughan 
McMurdie as Scarpia, Ralph Wood- 
ward as Sacristan, and two students - 
Allan Ord as Angelotti and Daniel 
Knudson in the role of Spoletta. 

Thursday and Saturday nights fea- 
tured an all-student cast with senior 
Ariel Bybee as Tosca, Gary Fisher as 
Cavaradossi, Noel Twitchell as Scarpia, 
Gordon Mills as Sacristan, Duane Huff 
as Angelotti, and Charles Shipp in the 
role of Spoletta. 

The BYU Symphony Orchestra, 
which played for all performances, was 
conducted by Lawrence Sardoni, and 
both casts were directed by Brandt 
Curtis. 



Cavardossi (Brandt Curtis) is taken to the torture chamber. 



TOSCA 




A CAPPELLA CHOIR 




Dr. Ralph Woodward, Conductor 



Photograph by BYU Photo Studio. 




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A CAPPELLA CHOIR PERSONNEL 




OFFICERS 


Carol Ann Torsak 


Richard Farr 


Dennis Miner, president 


Gloria Van Dyke 


Bill Kellogg 


Christina Politis, secretary 


Andrea Watkins 


Terry Lamoreaux 


Michael Moody, publicity chm 


Altos 


Clyde Luke 


Elaine Mecham, social chm. 


Bonnie Fae Anderson 


Wallace McCloy* 


Shirley Smurthwaite, dress co-chm Ilene Andrus 


Roger McFarland 


Bill Kellogg, dress co-chm 


Kathe Callister 


Michael Moody 


Emeren Reeder, historian 


Ellen Carbine 


Brent Peterson 


Richard Anthony, stage manger 


Linda Coburn 


Martin Rasmussen 




Trudy Davidson 


Donald Wescott 


Sopranos 


Gayle Groo 


Rulon Wistesen 


Patricia Cambell 


Pamela Harrison* 


Basses 


Kathie Cannon 


Linda Jensen 


Lee Bahr 


Janice Clark 


Arlene Jones 


Karl Barton 


Marie Denning 


Shauna Knight 


Richard Clement 


Elizabeth Gammell 


Jolane Laycock 


Tom Higbee 


Beth Groberg 


Linda Marx 


Bob Keeler 


Gwyn Howell 


Heidi McKenzie 


Nelden Maxfield 


Karen Humphreys 


Carolyn Olsen 


Roger Miller* 


Elaine Mecham 


Christina Politis 


Dennis Miner 


Jeanette Nicolayson 


June Stoddard 


Gary Poore 


Cheryl Lee Olsen 


Nancy Wilcox 


Gordon Ridd 


Karen Ottesen 


Tenors 


Dale Robertson 


Claudia Peacock 


Richard Anthony 


Theron Robeson 


Janelle Riding 


Da\e Bowers 


Nick Shumway 


Cheryl Roestenburg* 


Paul Broadhead 


Lynn Shurtleff 


Karen Smith 


Wayne Cable 


James Smith 


Shirley Ann Smurthwaite 


Douglas Curran 


Ron Wickman 
* Section Leaders 






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ORATORIO CHOIR 



Scott Halladay, president 
James Jenkins, vice-president 
Elaine Denkers, secretary-treasurer 
Fae Bartholomew, social chairman 
Ralph Monson, social chairman 



Photograph by BYU Photo Studio 




Dr. Ralph Woodward, Conductor 




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ORATORIO CHOIR PERSONNEL 



Sopranos 
Avery, Joyce 
Barney, Linda 
Baugh, Judy 
Belt, Doris 
Doyle, Betsy 
Brashear, Dawn 
Brashear, Marilyn 
Call, Diane 
Call, Lois 
Chapman, Lynette 
Denkers, Elaine 
Dinger, Marilyn 
Dixon, Lillian 
Ebeling, Nina 
Erickson, Jennifer 
Ellis, Mary Elizabeth 
Fullmer, Lucille 
Gibb, Michael 
Gifford, Jeanie 
Goodson, Carol 
Hanks, Nancy G. 
Hicks, Diana 
Judd, Julie 
Johns, Martha 
Kidd, Sandra 
Killion, Jonell 
Lowham, Janice 



Merrill, Kathleen 
Nelson, Pat 
Packer, Marita 
Parker, Karen 
Pilker, Marda 
Poole, Pamela 
Reber, Ruth 
Rose, Pamela 
Schreiner, Merlene 
Smith, Nancy 
Whipple, Sandra 
Wright, Barbara Jo 
Young, Sylvia 
Altos 

Andersen, Bonnie 
Baer, Bonnie 
Balmforth, Sheila 
Barrett, Margaret 
Bartholomew, Fae 
Bates, Carol 
Bingham, Joyce 
Braeshear, Carol 
Carrigan, Ann 
Clark, Jill 
Cook, Kathryn 
Culbertson, Catherine 
Engeler, Elma 
Faulkenham, Kaaren 



Haws, Elaine 
Higginson, Alzind 
Hillard, Diane 
Hunt, Linda 
Keeler, Claudia 
Kemp, Shari 
Lewis, Wynette 
Knowlden, Pauline 
McBride, Leora 
Philps, Reola 
Pickering, Anne 
Reed, Beverly 
Rhoton, Trudy 
Rockwell, Bonnie 
Roland, Elizabeth 
Rose, Doretta 
Sagers, Carolyn 
Sharpe, Mary Anne 
Shurtleff, Lou Jean 
Stapley, DeAnna 
Taylor, Tanya 
Thatcher, Nila Rae 
Thompson, Kaye Starr 
Thornhill, Loahnna 
Tuss, Cynthia 
Tenors 
Alers, Perry 
Alldredge, Antoine 



Barton, Bordon 
Birch, Glenn 
Blanchard, Kendall 
Call, William 
Eastman, V. David 
Harding, F. Jay 
Hoggan, Wesley 
Housekeeper, Arlen 
Jenkins, James 
Murphy, William 
Peterson, James 
Roberts, Stephen K. 
Sampson, D. Paul 
Schreiner, Lawrence 
Severe, Kent 
Shawcroft, Curtis 
Stewart, Keith 
Tucker, Terry 
Wilkinson, John C. 
Bass 

Ahlstrom, Paul 
Allen, John 
Ballard, Lynn 
Ballve, Bill 
Call, Dale 

Carroll, Raymond F. 
Collins, John 
Goulding, Lee 



Griggs, Wilford 
Hale, E. Lee 
Halladay, Scott 
Hansen, Charles 
Hawkes, Brent 
Hindemarsh, Doug 
Hutching, David 
Humphery, Tim 
Jamison, Kent 
Jamison. Lowell 
Jensen, Don 
Johnson, Kim 
Kerr, Gary 
Kest, David 
Larsen, Robert 
Mace, Marlow 
Miller, Stan 
Miller, Vince 
Monson, Ralph L. 
Moore, Garth R. 
Nunn, Robert 
Shedd, Robert 
Tanner, John 
Teachout, Rod 
Wood, Robert 




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Maughan McMurdie, Conductor 



UNIVERSITY CHORALE PERSONNEL 



Sopranos 
Arnone, Lynda 
Avery, Mary 
Barker, Linda 
Bennett, Carole 
Boren, Paulette 
Brennan, Phyllis 
Bronson, Margaret 
Brown, Amanda 
Brown, Janice 
Byers, Bonita 
Cass, Barbara 
Christiansen, Sandra L. 
Darling, Suzanne 
Dickey, Rita 
Diercksen, Barbara A. 
Dohner, Mary 
Drury, Monteen 
Dunlap, Virginia 
Faulkner, Linda 
Felshaw, C. Elaine 
Fricke, Margolee 
Glover, Ladawn 
Hammond, Shauna 
Hatch, Susan 
Holty, Carol L. 
Hunsaker, Camilla 
Jensen, Diane 



Jensen, Gayle 
Krey, Keena 
Larson, Susan 
Lundgren, Marilyn 
Maughan, Karen 
Maxfield, Nadine E. 
McClellan, Luanne 
McEuen, Margaret 
Mclnnis, Kathleen L. 
Mclntryre, Ordella 
Meyer, Cheryl 
Miller, Orlean 
Miller, Linda 
Nelson, Virginia 
Nissen, Penny 
Nuttall, Kathleen L. 
Pearson, Nancy 
Pierce, Kathleen 
Pike, Francine 
Pickard, Ethelyn E. 
Potter, Nancy 
Price, Sharon 
Redd, Cynthia 
Reese, Linda 
Rolf, Jacqueline 
Rounds, Carolyn 
Rytting, Clydene 
Schofield, Abby E. 



Severe, Marti 
Smart, Lynda 
Smith, Anita 
Strong, A. Corrine 
Taylor, Trudy 
Thomas, Sheri 
Tonks, Kathleen 
Walton, Vernie 
Weaver, Ruth 
Welcker, Michelle 
Wheeler, Judy 
Whitehead, Marjorie M, 
Wilde, Sherrie 
Wolfley, Jerry 
Wright, Winifred 
Wynder, Norma 
Hall, Marilyn 
Budge, Phyllis 
Burtenshaw, Trudy 
Davis, Barbara 
Gierisch, Marie 
Hales, Janice 
Harper, Ardith 
Hope, Vanita 
Lyall, Pamela 
Marcinkiewicz, Halina 
Nethercott, Pamela 
Phillips, Virginia L. 



Robinson, Martha 
Samuel, Janet 
Simper, Pamela 
Tebbs, Linda 
Walker, Ruth 
Wynder, Deanna 
Alios 

Andrews, Karen 
Armstrong, Kathryn 
Arnold, Cristy 
Adams, Linda 
Baily, Barbara 
Baird, Beverly 
Barfuss, Linda 
Bartschi, Susan 
Bates, Linda 
Beal, Beverly 
Beam, Charlene 
Beatty, Cathy 
Beck, Susan 
Bleak, Karen 
Boyer, Danita 
Breisacher, Susan 
Broadbent, Susan 
Brown, Leona 
Butterfield, Linda 
Blumell, Marina 
Brenning, Georgia 




UNIVERSITY CHORALE 



OFFICERS 

Ted Johnson, president 

Lloyd S. Pendleton, vice-president 

Curtis Jorgensen, secretary- treasurer 

Douglas Andrews, administrative asst. 

Lynne Evans, publicity chairman 

Marti Evans, social co-chairman 

Evan H. Curtis, social co-chairman 

Bonnie Lauper, accompanist 



Chiarson, Juliet 
Clark, Suzanne 
Clay, Eileen 
Clayton, Marilyn 
Compton, Janet 
Cornwall, Ellen 
Cotter, Rebecca 
Darrington, Karen 
Denney, Peggy 
Davis, Jane 
Evans, Lynne 
Fairbanks, Vicki Jo 
Foster, Karen 
Grosscup, Marsha 
Gray, Leila 
Greenwood, Dawn 
Greenwood, Julia 
Crosscup, Marsha 
Hassell, Joyce 
Hatch, Jessica 
Hatch, Janice 
Huber, Barbara 
Johnson, Carolyn 
Johnson, Elizabeth 
Jones, Laura 
Kempton, Brenda 
Keller, Lillian 
Larsen, Janet 



Lee, Marsha 
Lewis, Cynthia 
Lewis, Letha 
Luther, Laura 
Lewis, Wynnette 
Loveland, Narda 
Masters, Marcia 
Meredith, Phyllis 
Merrell, Lexiane 
Miner, Rosalie 
Mitchell, Michele 
Neville, Holly 
Noyes, Verla 
Pearson, Denise 
Peck, Mary 
Petersen, Diane 
Peterson, Janet 
Petty, Lorraine 
Pescott, Carma 
Quist, Edna 
Ray, Vonda 
Roland. Elizabeth 
Romeril, Ruth 
Ruff, Susanna 
Rutledge, Edith 
Sheetz, Lillie 
Slater, Karen 
Sorensen, Carolyn 



Southworth, Sandra 
Standing, Martha 
Stokes, Ranae 
Sandberg, Carolie 
Stettler, Annette 
Sudweeks, Irene 
Taylor, Patricia 
Thompson, Lois 
Tiffany, Laurel 
Tingey, Judith 
Vander Kooi, Barbara 
Warr, Joanne 
Washburn, Geraldine 
Wheat, Judith 
White, Francie 
Williams, Ruth 
Willie, Mary Ellen 
Tenors 

Barber, Larry 
Brown, Georgia 
Codling, Charles 
Cowley, Wayne 
Crow, Douglas 
Harris, Rodney 
Johnson, Theordore 
Lawes, Ernest 
Long, Darlene 
McMurdie, Chatley 



Myers, Roger 
Probst, Lynn 
Robinson, John 
Richardson, Rosina 
Smith, Jack 
Stoner, Roy 
Taa, Sharon 
Udall, Steven 
Udy, Joyce 
Washburn, Susan 
Basses 

Andrews, Dougals 
Bartlett, James 
Blodgett, Steven 
Boehme, Brent 
Bronson, Steven 
Brooks, Thomas 
Brown, David 
Borough, Charles 
Brown, Charles 
Carini, Ralph 
Chamberlain, Jay 
Crane, Michael 
Curtis, Evan 
Duncombe, Paul 
Geddes, Ralph 
Gierischi, Ronald 
Haring, David 



Hart, Harry 
Henderson, John 
Humberstone, Dennis 
Jorgensen, Isreal 
Little, David 
Kennedy, Barry 
Lawrence, Bill 
Lyman, Larry 
Munson, Howard 
Openshaw, Roger 
Pendleton, Lloyd 
Russell, Robert 
Sabourin, Jon 
Sloan, Donald 
Stokes, Brent 
Tanner, John 
Walker, Kenneth 
Wallace, Stephen 
West, Stephen 
Young, Harold 
Zundel, David 
Vickery, Lynden 



Photograph by BYU Photo Studio. 




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CHORUS PERSONNEL 



WOMEN'S CHORUS 



First Soprano 

Andersen, Patricia 
Atkinson, Carol 
Brooks, Connie 
Cloward, Marilyn 
Conrad, Melodie 
Dokken, Vivian 
Freeman, Charlene 
Gaudette, Diane L. 
Kendrick, Linda 
Marsden, Mary 
Moody, Beth W. 
Muir, Coral 
Pehrson, Ann 
Reisewitz, Janice 
Smith, Cheryln 
Sorensen, Leslie Ann 
Vance, Susan 
Willey, Kathryn 



First Alto 

Andersen, Jean 
Atwood, Annice 
Austin, Claire 
Broderick, Anita 
Burke, Pat 
Denton, Janis 
Dickson, Doris 
Free, Mary Ann 
Greenwood, Julie 
Larson, Launa Gae 
Parsons, Pat 
Ralston, Pat 
Rasband, Kathryn Ann 
Thunell, Lagene 
Whiting, Glenna 
Winget, Dian 



Second Soprano 

Bascora, Emma Jo 
Durfee, Karma 
Facer, Patricia Jean 
Felsted, Darlene R. 
Hundley, Eve 
Kenner, Kirma Lee 
Lacey, Barbara M. 
Macintosh, Leanna 
Maxfield, Nadine 
Niewold, Ellen C. 
Powers, Lydia 
Seward, Susan 
Stowell, Jeana 
Talbot, Julie 
Watts, Susan 
Young, Maralee 



Second Alto 

Andersen, May 
Allen, Janice 
Blunt, Karen 
Brian, Kathy 
Cook, Anita Jean 
Frischknecht, Carol Ann 
Hill, Wilma 
Hood, Robin 
Jensen, Connie 
Johnson, Shirley 
King, Corlie Ann 
Miller, Orlean 
Reynolds, Marybeth 
Russell, Joy 
Sherwood, Adrienne 
Thurston, Mary Kaye 
Woodberry, Mary Van 




Maughan McMurdie, 
Conductor 



3. he 74-voice Women's Chorus, jok- 
ingly called the "pink ladies" because 
of their full length pink dresses, made 
appearances at two General Confer- 
ences, firesides, concerts and devotion- 
al assemblies. The chorus, under the 
direction of Maughan McMurdie, per- 
formed a wide variety of musical selec- 
tions ranging from Negro Spirituals 
to works of the masters. Accompanists 
for the group were Mary Beth Rey- 
nolds and Ema Jo Bascom. 



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MEN'S CHORUS 



v^omposed of enthusiastic and dedi- 
cated men interested in fine musical 
literature, the Men's Chorus is one of 
the chief agencies for developing school 
spirit among music lovers. Included in 
the repertoire of the talented group 
were the masterworks of this voice 
medium from the past 500 years, sung 
in the languages for which they were 
written. 

The first of many varied perform- 
ances for the approximately 50 mem- 
bers was with the Cougar Marching 
Band at the dedication of the new foot- 
ball stadium. Where they presented the 
"Western Athletic Conference March," 
composed by Professor Ralph Laycock, 
director. The highlight of the year was 
the joint concert in March with the 
20-voice Male Glee Club from the Uni- 
versity of Denver. 




Dr. Ralph Woodward, Conductor 



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SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 




Dr. Crawford Gates, Musical Director 



Photograph by BYU Photo Studio. 




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ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL 



First Violins 
Karen Lynn 

Concert Mistress 
Eryin Gould 
Valoy Christensen 
Teresa Sanders 
Larry Shumway 
Patricia Cosseboom 
Kaye Nally 
Katheryn Young 
Anne Workman 
Helen Stout 
Cheryin Olson 
Denise Marshall 
Linda Cropper 
Gayle Armundsen 
Wayne Wood 
Second Violins 
Dale Johnson 
Rebecca Gehring 
Virginia Phillips 
Carla Berry 
Carl Palmer 
Margaret Simmons 
Kathy Davis 
Elaine Pinkard 
Mark Jasinski 
Claudia Weaver 



Sue Bartschi 
Janice Merkley 
Caralee Tonks 
Glade Goodliffe 
Violas 

Margaret Vance 
Dan Blakeslee 
Terry Hill 
Myrna South 
Coleen Smith 
M'Jean South 
Darlene Long 
Loraine West 
Carole Cook 
Cellos 

Janet Jensen 
Mary Beth Hansen 
Kathy Bird 
Leta Boyer 
Michael Walter 
James Blonquist 
Basses 

David Ward 
Eugenia Boyce 
Elizabeth Baird 
Barbara Lynn 
Diana DeArman 
Carrie Jacobs 



Flutes 

Diane Bastian 

Nancy Hart 

Cheryl Beck 

Sue Ray 

Oboes 

Jerol Clark 

Aric Johnson 

Terry Lynn Peterson 

Clarinets 

Judy Asay 

David Randall 

Blaine Curtis 

Bassoorts 

Jesse Read 

Carol Dixon 

Duane Perry 

Alex Sutherland 

Horns 

Yeo Bai Lee 

Susan Burke 

Richard Lacey 

Patricia Smith 

Mark Collier 

Richard E. Ballou* 

Trumpets 

Ron Keith 

Gaylord Durland 



Fred Smith 

Trombones 

John Ward 

Richard Ross 

Carson Sharp 

Tuba 

Steven Hicks 

Timpani 

Craig Paxman 

Percussion 

Robert Campbell 

Karen Baird 

Harp 

Carolyn Paxman 

* Faculty 



OFFICERS 

David Randall, president 
Mark Jasinski, property manager 
Valoy Christensen, secretary 
Claudia Weaver, librarian 
Crawford Gates, conductor 
Lawrence Sardoni, conductor 
Ralph G. Laycock, conductor 
Richard E. Ballou, wind coach 
David Dalton, string coach 




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CONCERT BAND 




Ralph G. Laycock, Conductor 




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CONCERT BAND PERSONNEL 



Piccolo 
Susan Woods 
Flutes 

Nancy Ann Hart 
Helen Carey 
Clifford Sorensen 
Doris Christensen 
Helen Gardner 
Susan Woods 
Marlene Harston 
Evelyn Haslam 
Margaret Geddes 
Sue Ann Elliot 
Alto Flute 
Carol Bailey 
Oboe 

Martha Craig 
Jerol Clark 
Jean Hall 
Teriy Peterson 
English Horn 
Jean Hall 
Eh Clarinet 
Edwin Biggs 
First Clarinets 
David Randall 
Emil Geddes 
Judy Asay 



Blaine Curtis 
Edwin Biggs 
Second Clarinets 
David Jensen 
Karen Parker 
Patricia Christensen 
Willena Gowans 
Jeanette Clark 
Larry J. Larsen 
Third Clarinets 
Evan Dean Harrison 
Don Reynolds 
Carol Ann Walker 
Lorene Warner 
Nancy Sid well 
Selma Ann Shingleton 
Jan Remley 
Alto Clarinets 
George Taylor 
Mary Hodge 
Lillis Whipple 
Bass Clarinets 
Bruce R. Sundrud 
Linda Cantrell 
Barry Holt 
Marvis Molto 
Contra-Bass Clarinets 
Chuck Borough 



Barry Holt 
Bassoons 
Jesse Read 
Carol Dixon 
Mahlon Grass 
Alex Sutherland 
Contra-Bassoon 
Mahlon Grass 
Alto Saxophone 
John Cox 
Gay Kennedy 
Tenor Saxophone 
Bill Bunderson 
Baritone Saxophone 
Douglas Keeler 
Cornets 
Tracy Rollins 
Douglas Wing 
Gaylord Durland 
Robert Basinger 
Alan Lacey 
Elaine Fish 
James Bailey 
John Webster 
Trumpets 
Ron Keith 
John Allen 
Mike Mills 



French Horns 
Yeo Bai Lee 
Richard Hill Lacey 
Susan I. Burke 
Linna M. Barton 
Ronald L. Knudsen 
Rita Fretwell 
Richard F. Henry 
John C. Taggart 
Trombones 
John E. Ward 
Richard Ross 
H. Cordell Chipman 
Annette Kapp 
Neal Burton 
Richard Bybee 
Baritones 
Eugene L. Webb 
James R, Brague 
Roy Smith 
Brent Hayes 
Tubas 

Steven W. Hicks 
Wayne A. Jacobson 
Ralph S. Clark 
Gerald S. Giaugue 
String Bass 
Grady Edenfield 



Percussion 

Robert H. Campbell 
Karen J. Baird 
Andrew Barnum 
Dorothy Witt 
Bruce Knowles 
Lorin Squires 



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WHEN THE SAINTS GO 



During the trip to El Paso, Texas, band 
members visited Juarez, Mexico. Here 
Professor Ballou attired in ''typical" 
Mexican outfit pases for the students' 
cameras to the amusement of his group. 



Sophomore Ron Marriot, who has held 
the Baton Twirling National Champ- 
ionship the last five years awaits for a 
clue from the director to lead the band. 



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Professor Richard E. Ballou conducts 
the band during the Homecomine half- 
time show. This was his eleventh year 
director of the 108-member band. 



as 



The precise marching movements of 
the Cougar Band are illustrated in this 
photograph. Members came from every 
state in the Union, and represented 
all classes, from freshmen to graduates 



MARCHING 

HOTEL COKIU 




ated among the top bands of the na- 
tion, the Cougar Marching Band, under 
the direction of Professor Richard Bal- 
lou performed before an estimated 
130,000 fans during the 1964 season. 

Band members demonstrated their 
ability to play quality music while exe- 
cuting precision maneuvers, in their im- 
pressive performance at the inaguration 
of the new football stadium. Along 
with high school bands representing all 
parts of Utah, the Cougar Marching 
Band saluted President David O. Mc- 
Kay and premiered Professor Ralph 
Laycock's "Western Athletic Confer- 
ence March." 




The band's colorful performances 
were not confined to BYU audiences. 
The weekend of October 24 saw the 
Cougar marchers travel to El Paso, 
Texas, where they participated in Texas 
Western's annual Band Day. Two 
weeks latter the band presented a half- 
time show for the fans attending the 
BYU-University of Utah football game 
in Salt Lake City. 

The final performance of the sea- 
son will not be easily forgotten by the 
members of the band; they presented 
the half-time show for the BYU-West- 
ern Michigan football game in the mid- 
dle of a snowstorm. 



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sports 




New Stadium — photograph by Helio Gonzalez and Galen Gadd. 





FLAG TWIRLERS. Left to right: Sally Hale, Karen Miller, Sue Larson, 
Marjorie Neilson, Paula Patterson, Sandy Kannianen. 

SONG LEADERS. Left to right: Judy Green, Carol Hober, Ann Collins Kav Hill 
Vicky Von Wagenen, Colleen Shields. ' 



The identity of Cosmo the Cougar has 
just been revealed to the studentbody 
as Kent Stevens, a BYU math teacher 
during the week. 




JL/uring the year a bigger emphasis in 
pep activities was promoted by mem- 
bers of the Pep Committee, Songleaders, 
Flag-Twirlers, Cleerleaders, and Cosmo 
the Cougar. Starting with a big new 
bang this year was the Card Stunt sec- 
tion headed by Seila Hatch and George 
Cobabe. Cards of blue and white, red, 
and gold metallic were used in clever 
designs of the United States, Cougars, 
and the name of Judy Green, Home- 
coming Queen. To add more enthusi- 
asm for the Homecoming games, Cos- 
mo parachuted from an airplane onto 
the football field. In order to create 
spirit for all athletic events, the publi- 
city included banners, inter-hall con- 
tests, and bonfire rallies. Later in the 
year new traditions were established in 
the basketball games. A permanent wel- 
come sign rallied in the opponents with 
their school name below it. 

For many of the home basketball 
games, a closed-circuit TV was hooked 
up for those students who were unable 
to obtain seats in the fieldhouse. These 
viewing centers were in the Wilkinson 
Center and the Joseph Smith auditor- 
ium. Perhaps Sports Illustrated's com- 
ment sums up the new pep activities: 
whether the teams won or lost, the fans 
were at least entertained by the half- 
time and pep activities. 



Max Iverson performs a forward flip 

off the jump board to work up audience 

interest and enthusiasm during the pre- 
game warm-up. 






Fancy-stepping Cougarettes execute precision movements as they perform dur- 
ing a basketball halftime. 



PEP GROUPS 



CHEER LEADERS. Top row: Sam Jones, Le Moyne A. Du Paix. Bottom row: Max 
Iverson, Hal Lapray, Dwyne Watson, Cosmo. 




FOOTBALL 




Kent Oborn (22), leading punt returner of the WAC, shows his specialty against Utah State as he eludes Aggie tacklers. 

THE COUGARS PLAY THE ROLE OF 

Coach Hudspeth learns opponent's weaknesses from Press Box "spotter" 
before planning offensive strategy with quarterback Virgil Carter. 




THE SPOILER 

V^nce again BYU's football team 
ended at the bottom of the list in the 
records of the Western Athletic Confer- 
ence. This did not come as a surprise to 
anybody, Cougar fans knew from the 
beginning that their team, at best, 
would have to be content with the role 
of the spoiler. At the season's opening 
the polls named the Cougars equal in 
power to only one of their opponents 
for the season (Colorado State), and 
picked them to win only one game 
(Western Michigan). 

These meager predictions were not 
without backing. Indeed, a single win 
during the season would have been 
enough of a feat for a team suffering 
such ailments as a change of coaches, 
reorganization, inexperience, and lack 
in numbers. The Cougars, however, 
managed to do much more than was 
expected of them, and even if they had 
lost every game, except for their dra- 
matic win over Utah State, the season 
would still be considered a success. 



284 



continued 




Sue Davis, Cougar Marchine Band's 
Solo Majorette was one of the many 
pretty girls in the football spectacle. 



The "Y" block, formed by members of the new card section, was only one of their many stunts that added color to games. 







M^mm^ 






* 



THE COUGARS PLAY continued 




Beginning of | 

the New Look 



The very-good-considering season 
marked the beginning of The New 
Look, an unwritten program designed 
to make BYU a football power in fu- 
ture years. Two important elements of 
the program were introduced this year. 

The first was new Head Coach Tom 
Hudspeth, an aggressive but personable 
young man who comes to BYU from his 
hometown of Cherrydale, Kansas, via 
Oklahoma and the Calgary Stampeders 
in the Canadian pro circuit. Coach Hud- 
speth has assumed an enormous task, 
but he seems to know what he wants 
to do and how to do it. His official 
comment on the job — "I'm here to 
stay," reveals his positive outlook for 
it is no secret that he is the third head 
coach the Cougars have had in the last 
five years. 

The second was the new stadium, a 
modern 26,81 2-seat structure with ex- 
pansion provision to about 45,000 seats. 
The Cougars' new home should do 
much to promote interest in football 
and other outdoor sports in the area. As 
an indication, attendance records were 
broken from the beginning when 33,- 
610 fans (the largest sporting audience 
in Utah history) managed to crowd 
into the new stadium to watch the 
inagural game against New Mexico. 



The snow was falling, the cold wind 
was blowing, but loyal Cougar fans 
came to see their team become warm 
with a victory over Western Michigan. 



Snow flies as Alan Robinson (20) 
crushes to the ground after being hit 
by a Western Michigan tackier. The 
play was good for another first down. 




286 




VARSITY TEAM: Front row: Barry Corchnoy, Steve Ogden, Bill Milton, Bob Ash- 
down, Henry Nawahine, Alan Robinson, Bill Marriot, Doug Wardell. Second row: 
Ken Bray, Doug Schow, Curg Belcher, John Ogden, Grant Wilson, Austin McNaughton, 
Mike Jacobsen, Kent Oborn. Back row: Dennis Brewster, Paul Knowblauch, Dennis 
Palmer, Virgil Carter, Moses Kim, Phil Brady, Kent Nance. Back rotv: Bruce Smith, 
Bob Allphin, Bill Wanosik, Mel Olson, Glenn Shea, Tony Jansen, Dick Wood, Gordon 
Jennings. 




1964 GAME SCORES 


Biia 


Oregon 


20 


BYU 


13 


Arizona 


39 


BYU 


6 


New Mexico 


26 


BYU 


14 


Colorado State 


7 


BYU 


6 


Pacific 





BYU 


21 


Texas Western 


18 


BYU 


18 


Utah State 


18 


BYU 


28 


Utah 


47 


BYU 


13 


Western Michigan 


8 


BYU 


43 


Wyoming 


31 


BYU 


11 


FINAL WAC STANDINGS 






Won 


Lost 


Utah 


3 




1 


New Mexico 


3 




1 


Arizona 


3 




1 


Wyoming 


2 




2 


BYU 







4 


*Arizona State 







2 


*inelegible for championship 





COACHING STAFF. Front row: Chris Apostol, Head Coach Tom Hudspeth, La Veil 
Eduards. Back row: Earl Lindly, Wayne Startin, Frank Fabris. A'o/ pictured: Glen 
Tuckett and Carl Banker. 



continued 



287 



THE COUGARS PLAY continued 



When the season opened, coach 
Hudspeth modestly said: "We may not 
bury anybody this fall, but we'll bruise 
a few." As it turned out, the Thin Blue 
Line (as sporstwriters came to call the 
Cougars) managed to bury some and 
bruise many. They won three games, 
lost six, and tied one. But the scores 
do not tell the whole story. The Cou- 
gars' offense which was only 150 yards 
short of the best ever recorded by a 
BYU team (1962) made them runners- 
up in the Western Athletic Conference. 
They posted no less than fourteen rec- 
ords, most of them in offense and also 
ranked third in rushing and passing. 

On the field the Cougars were led 
by quarterback Virgil Carter, a sopho- 
more from Provo, Utah. Carter set three 
passing records and accounted for 1 542 
yards in total offense, an amazing feat 
for a sophomore in his first season of 
varsity play. He was also one of the 
few spohomores to rank among the top 
25 offensive stars in the nation. 



In the dressing room, jubilant playefrs 
and coach (right) celebrate their vic- 
tory over Utah State University. 




John Ogden carries the ball for a first down against Utah State Aggies. 




288 



Wait 'till Next Year! 

Although Coach Hudspeth will be 
loosing the services of some valuable 
senior players, the outlook for the fu- 
ture is still good. This year's sopho- 
mores will be tested and ready to go in 
the fail, and reinforcements from the 
freshman team, as well as some promis- 
ing transfers make the picture brighter 
for next year. In the mean time, back 
to the drawing board it is for Coach 
Hudspeth and his staff. And for the 
fans, back to that well-known phrase 
from which they draw consolation sea- 
son after season: "Wait 'til next year!" 




Veteran Alan Robinson tries to elude University of Utah's tackles and does well. 




New Mexico's Orvey Hampton high-steps for open ground through the Cougar line, but BYU's Mel Olson brings him down 
with a driving hand tackle. 



Bruce Smith prepares to receive pass from Virgil Carter during BYU-Wyoming game. 




289 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 




FRESHMAN TEAM. Front row: Mickey Ensley, Ted McClure, Jim Wall, Frank Stevens, Wayne Taylor, John Valentine, Lance Willis, Dave 
Swenson, Richard Smith, Gary Samples, Richard Dunseath, Leo Presley. Second row: Howard Smith, Craig Dearden, Gary Winker, Richard 
Theimann, Steve Bushore, Bob Roberts, LaVern Swanson, John Nelson, Stu Simpson, Ken Canvin, Craig Kimball, Jim Lewis, Warren Weems. 
Third row: Lloyd Jacobson, Roger Toronto, Dave Allphin, Gerald Cook, Henry Mercado, Terry Colson, Sid Frazier, Larry Corbridge, Robert 
Ure, Jed Nolan, Ross Turner. Back row: Lynn Tawzer, Drew Robins, Larry Dixon, Dan Denton, Terry Doria, Brent Edmunds, Brent Olson, Ed 
Furness, Don Williams, Ron Reimers, Terry Webster. 



KITTENS' HOPES SMASHED 



LE VERN SWANSON, Cougar tailback, carries ball for a large yardage 
against Air Force jrosh. 




iJrigham Young University's freshman 
football team started out quite well by 
beating the University of Utah, but lost 
their next three games in a row to end 
the season on a dismal note. 

The Kittens opened with a 7-0 vic- 
tory over the University of Utah. Wally 
Hawkins, frosh tailback, hurdled a 
Utah tackier and sprinted 6A yards for 
the winning touchdown. 

A weak pass defense was at fault 
as Utah State stifled the Kittens with 
passes for a 29-6 victory. Rambler pass- 
ing made victory look easy. 

The Kittens worked hard to break 
even in the win-loss column, but were 
thwarted by a devastating ground attack 
put on by the Air Force Academy. BYU 
lost 28-14. Even though the Cadets 
dominated play, Lloyd 
thrilled BYU fans with 
touchdown return of an 
Cadet pass. 

It then remained for Utah's Pa- 
pooses to revenge an early season loss 
to the Kittens by winning 20-6. Biting 
cold, interceptions, fumbles, injuries to 
key players plagued the Kittens as they 
ended their season with a poor, one 
win-three-loss record. 



Jacobson, 
a 93-yard 
intercepted 



290 



Stamina, courage, and dedication are 
only some of the requirements that 
make long distance running a difficult 
sport. Mile after mile participants must 
endure without encouragement, for the 
sport has little, if any, spectator appeal. 
When the contest is over, the victors 
are even denied recognition in the form 
of publicity, for news media usually 
give meager coverage to the sport. 

Competing under these conditions 
makes victory not only harder to 
achieve, but also more meaningful when 
achieved. BYXJ's cross country team ac- 
complished such a victory this year by 
capturing the Western Athletic Con- 
ference championship and qualifying 
as the fifth best cross country team in 
the nation. 

After winning the WAC crown, 
BYU's long distance runners Dick 
Krenzer, Bob Delaney, Martin Cooley, 
Darryl Beardall, Ray Barrus, Ron Mor- 
gan, and Gene Cummings traveled to 
East Lansing, Michigan where they put 
on a display of team depth that gave 
them fifth place in the NCAA contest. 




Dick Krenser brings the torch that lighted the Y block fire during the stadium 
inagural ceremonies. Cross country team members carried the torch from Salt 
Lake City to the stadium. 



RUNNERS CAPTURE WAC CROWN 



First row. Daryl Beardall, Bob Richards. Second row. Martin Cooley, Ray Barrus, Ray 
Rohatinsky, Ron Morgan. Back row. John Kennedy, Gene Cummings, Bob Delaney. 
X)ick Krenzer, Tom Bailey. 




291 



WRESTLING 





Mike Young (above) gains control over 
a Utah State opponent. Young, who 
ended the season undefeated, wrestled 
in the 147-pound weight division. 



Dennis Herendeen (left) controls Utah 
State foe and get "riding time." 



292 



AY TO CHAMPIONSHIP 



X hree unbroken winning streaks and 
one broken hand spelled both success 
and defeat for Coach Fred Davis' 
wrestling team this year. 

The Cougars, wrestling like no other 
team in BYU history, were tagged as 
favorites to win the WAC champion- 
ship. With only one meet to go before 
traveling to Tucson to meet Colorado, 
they boasted an 11-1 record. Three 
Cougar grapplers held unbroken win- 
ning streaks at this time, they were: 
Mac Motokawa, 137-pound class; Mike 
Young, 147-pound class and Dan Gro- 
ski, 167-pound class. These three key 
performers, along with Monte Jones 
and Darold Henry who also held im- 
pressive records, made the Cougars top 
contenders for the WAC trophy. 

The fall came when the Cougars 
met Colorado at Boulder. Actually, they 
beat Colorado, but in the process Mike 
Young broke his hand while winning a 
decision against Colorado's Joe Arroyo. 
The loss of Young not only reduced 
the team's strength and depth, but also 
affected its morale and was the factor 
that kept the team to fourth place in 
the WAC tournament. 




Powerful Mac Motokawa gets "riding time" against a Wyoming grappler. 
Mac ended the WAC season undefeated, he wrestled in the 157-pound division. 



WRESTLING TEAM. Front row. Mac Motokawa, Darold Henry, Mike Hart, Tim 
Parker. Back row: Coach Fred Davis, Ken Wylie, Verl Millis, Steve Epperson, Dennis 
Herendeen, Tim Pontius, Mike Young, Tomes Sashu. Not pictured: Monte Smith, Dan 
Groski. 




SKIING 




Right to left: Ron Elwell, Bob Forester, Scott Williama, Robert Dingman, Gary Andrus, 
Daniel Boone, David G. Kimball, Dave Jackson, Wayne Miller. 

UPI RATES SKIERS FIFTH 



Team captain Gary Andrus makes a tight slalom turn at Timp Haven. 




w, 



ith the nod of approval, and some 
financial aid from the Athletic Depart- 
ment, the ski team represented BYU in 
five meets during the season. 

United Press International rated the 
Cougar skiers as the fifth best team in 
the nation at the beginning of the sea- 
son. However, because much of the 
team's strength depended upon fresh- 
man talent, and because regulations 
prevented freshmen from entering var- 
sity competition, the Cougars vi^ere not 
able to hang onto the rating for long. 

One of the better contests of the 
year for the skiers was their own BYU 
Invitational held at Timp Haven. The 
heavily favored Utah team, as well as 
Idaho State and Ricks College fell to 
the Cougars. BYU scored 95.3 points 
in the giant slalom for a total winning 
score of 189- Idaho State was second 
with 182.9, Utah and Ricks followed 
with 182.3 and 172.3 respectively. 

Other meets of the year were the 
Christmas Meet at Aspen, Colorado, the 
University of Utah Invitational at Park 
City, the Ricks College Invitational, at 
Jackson Hole, Wyommg, and the We- 
ber State College Invitational. 



294 



HOCKEY 



iVlade up entirely of Canadian BYU 
students, the Cougar Hockey Club fin- 
ished its first year of competition and 
proved to have the potential to become 
one of the best collegiate hockey teams 
in the nation. 

During the year the club was spon- 
sored by Provo businessmen, and it did 
not actually compete officially for 
BYU. However, now that it has proven 
to have such great potential, coach, 
players, and sponsors alike are hoping 
that the university will recognize the 
club as its official team. 

According to Coach Dick Witcomb, 
the club's record of 15 wins and 8 de- 
feats could have been better if instead 
of eleven men, the club had consisted 
of sixteen or seventeen. Commonly the 
style of play in the rugged three-period 
hockey game is to shuffle a number of 
different line-ups in and out of the ac- 
tion. When the Cougars met the tough- 
est competition of the year, the NCAA 
champions from Denver, the lack of 
players to follow this strategy was a 
big factor that kept them from upset- 
ting the Denver group. 




TEAM SEEKS RECOGNITION 

Front row: Chuck Lee, Leon Garringer, Ron Kinnie, Gary Bulmer, Jack Schoveller. 
Back row: Ted Margraves, Leigh Bannister, Bryne Dogren, Harvey Schmidt, Bill Wylie, 
Cam Kerr, Dick Witcomb, Coach. 



Putting the puck into play, the referee starts a face off. 




295 



SOCCER 




From row, tefl to right: Bill Forrest, Henre Richmond, Sam Monneh, Mohammed 
Ashiref. Back row: Dan Madsen, Jan Otterstrom, Joe H. Robinson, Olavi Julkunen. 
This is not the entire team. 



SOCCER ADDED INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR 



Against Ogden's top soccer team, a BYU player (with towel around 
neck) has just attempted to kick the ball past the goalie. He was 
challensed in attempt br opposing player. 



JD casting players from such foreign 
countries as Norway, Sweden, Russia, 
Germany, Great Britain, and Central 
and South America, the Cougar soccer 
team adds much to the BYU feeling of 
international good will. The team 
brings to campus a sport that is a world- 
wide favorite. 

Cougar soccermen play a split sea- 
son, with half of their games in the 
fall and the other half in the spring. 
Major competition is in the tough Utah 
Soccer Division, that consists of eight 
teams. In 1964 the BYU soccer team 
walked off, undefeated, with the Utah 
Soccer Football League Championship. 
In 1965, the team dropped to third 
place after losses to HoUandia and 
Alemannia, both close contests and the 
first Cougar losses in two seasons. 

The soccer team made plans to use 
BYU's indoor facilities during the win- 
ter, and indoor practice might be the 
key to BYU supremacy in Utah soccer. 
With players in condition year around, 
the Cougars could make their presence 
known against all foes. 




296 




Skip Smith performs a "moore" on the parallel bars at the annual Western 
Athletic Conference Gymnastic Championships. 



GYMNASTICS 



V>oach Rudy Moe's gymnastics team 
finished the year with a remarkable re- 
cord for a frosh centered group. The 
BYU squad, with twelve of the nineteen 
members still freshmen, came up with 
an excellent 12-6 mark for the year and 
a second place in the WAC Champion- 
ship meet. 

BYU hosted the third annual West- 
ern Athletic Conference Gymnastic 
Championships, March 5-6. Arizona, 
with 1721/2 points, easily took first place 
for the third straight year. The Cougar 
team, with 92 points, edged out Ari- 
zona State for second place. Utah placed 
fourth in the meet. 

Heading the list of talented BYU 
freshmen was Skip Smith. In WAC 
finals he took third in the all-around 
event, tied for second in the floor exer- 
cise, and he took fourth on the parallel 
bars. Others who did well during the 
regular season were Team Captain Ron 
Newson on the high bar, Dan Davis 
on trampoline, and Fred Gagon. 



GYMNASTS FINISH 
SECOND IN WAC 



First row: Dave Hoggan, Dan Davis, Fred Gagon, Bob Mullins, Ron Newson, Skip 
Smith, Ron Mills. Second row. Assistant coach Blauer Bangerter, Austin Thatcher, Dave 
Brimhall, Larry Fluharty, Chuck Reitz, Pete Llewellyn, Coach Rudy Moe. Back row: 
Coach Bruce Morgenegg, Barry Kennedy, Wayne Larson, Dennis Mills, Steve Allen, 
Mike Tovey. 




297 



RODEO 




COWBOYS SEEK 



Left to right: John Tibbitts, Tom Buxton, Evan Goulding, Harold Wight, 
Dave Hart, Jim Hughes. Not pictured: John Fincher. 



NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 



BYU's Tom Buxton, regional bareback and bull dogging champion, holds 
leather strap tightly and keeps right hand free (in accordance with rules) 
while trying to stay atop "Paddle Foot." 



Jjrigham Young University's 1964 
rodeo team was an unquestionable suc- 
cess. The team has consistently been 
close to becoming national champions 
a number of times and in 1964 they 
finished fourth. 

The Cougars had an excellent 
chance during the summer rodeo sea- 
son of 1965 to take the national title. 
Last year the team won seven straight 
rodeos in Montana, Idaho, and Utah, 
as well as winning the Rocky Mountain 
Rodeo Championship. 

John Fincher and Tom Buxton ac- 
counted for much of the team's success. 
John is the world champion collegiate 
calf roper. Tom is the regional bull 
dogging and bareback riding champion. 

Outside of a meet at home early 
in May, the team's schedule called for 
meets outside of the state of Utah for 
1965. Included in the competition were 
Montana State, Boise Jr. College, Utah 
State, Idaho State, and "Weber Jr. 



298 







GOLF 



THE BEST YET 



B, 



►righam Young University's golf 
coach Karl Tucker belives that the only 
way to test a golf team is to send it 
against the best competition available. 

This year, the best competition avail- 
able was in the Northern California 
Inter-collegiate Tournament in Santa 
Cruz, California. Thirty-two of the best 
teams in the West were available, in- 
cluding teams from Stanford, USC, 
UCLA, and defending tournament 
champion, Fresno State. 

BYU golfters refused to wilt under 
the pressure from all sides and walked 
away with the second place trophy. San 
Jose took the championship. 

The brightest spot for the Mountain 
Cats in the California tournament was 
Bud Allin. He finished second in the 
individual competition, losing in a sud- 
den death playoff. 

The Cougars were leading for the 
WAC Championship at this time, hav- 
ing beaten defending WAC Champion, 
New Mexico, Arizona, and Arizona 
State in the California tournament, and 
Nevada Southern, Montana, and Utah 
in the BYU links. 




Bud Allin tees off at the Provo Greens in quest of another BYU win. 



Left to right: Coach Karl Tucker, Mike Taylor, Kent Vernon, Bruce Difloure, Craig 
Ridd, Kean Ridd, Mike Smith. Not pictured: Bud Allin. 



BASKETBALL 



Y 



THE lEAR OF THE COUGAR 

Source of power of the Cougar team, John Fairchild (below) towers high above 
teammates and Arizona opponents to sink another jumper. Triumphant Cou- 
gars (right) carry Coach Watts toward the dressing room after defeating New 
Mexico 70-67 in the final game of the Western Athletic Conference. 




300 




JLt started with pre-season articles in 
Sports Illustrated and it never let up 
until the end of the season. It was the 
largest amount of publicity a BYU team 
had received in many years. To listen to 
the radio and television stations, and to 
read the newspapers and magazines was 
to believe that indeed, this was the Year 
of the Cougar. 

Perhaps other coaches would have 
been happy to be the beneficiaries of 



the huge amount of publicity; not Coach 
Watts. He didn't like it at all, and 
justly so. It wasn't that he lacked con- 
fidence in his team; he had plenty of 
that. It wasn't that the team lacked tal- 
ent; there was plenty of that too. So 
much in fact, that as Sports Illustrated 
put it, "Coach Watts is almost embar- 
rassed." What he didn't like was that 
the publicity put too much pressure on 



his boys; and on the other hand, could 
make them over-confident. 

But that same pressure brought by 
publicity might well have been the 
thing that tied those "Twelve Tall Cou- 
gars" into a team and inspired them to 
play the kind of ball that earned them 
the Western Athletic Conference Cham- 
pionship and gave them a place in the 
NCAA Far West Regional Playoffs. 



301 



THE YEAR OF THE COUGAR continued 



-i ^ 



Jeff Congdon 



John Fairchild 



Mike Gardner 






I 



Gary Hill 



Ken James 



James Jimas 





Steve Kramer 



Dick Nemelka 



Bob Quinney 






302 



- 1 » 



'vr^^^ 



Craig Raymond 



Neil Roberts 



Jon Stanley 






r 




1 


FINAL WAC STANDINGS 




WON 


LOST 


Brigham Young 


8 


2 


New Mexico 


5 


5 


Wyoming 


5 


5 


Arizona 


5 


5 


Arizona State 


4 


6 


Utah 

) 


3 


^fli 



COACHING STAFF. Left to right: Gary 
Earnest, Freshman Coach; Stan Watts, Head 
Varsity Coach; Pete Witbeck, Assistant 
Coach. 



continued 




303 



THE YEAR OF THE COUGAR continued 





SCHEDULE 






Oregon 


70 


BYU 


99^ 


Oregon 


79 


BYU 


98 


Wichita 


93 


BYU 


76 


Wichita 


81 


BYU 


65 


Santa Clara 


82 


BYU 


102 


Santa Clara 


80 


BYU 


109 


Ohio State 


71 


BYU 


112 


Creighton 


74 


BYU 


109 


De Paul 


84 


BYU 


75 


Xaivier 


103 


BYU 


115 


Seattle 


72 


BYU 


92 


Utah State 


90 


BYU 


99 


Arizona 


75 


BYU 


73 


Arizona State 


102 


BYU 


111 


Utah 


67 


BYU 


98 


Air Force 


77 


BYU 


110 


Denver 


85 


BYU 


96 


Marquette 


64 


BYU 


91 


Utah State 


80 


BYU 


89 


Wyoming 


94 


BYU 


96 


New Mexico 


89 


BYU 


70 


Utah 


99 


BYU 


108 


Arizona 


88 


BYU 


92 


Arizona State 


91 


BYU 


104 


Wyoming 


87 


BYU 


102 


New Mexico 


67 


BYU 


70 


UCLA 


100 


BYU 


76 


Oklahoma City 


112 


BYU 


102 



Forward Steve Kramer goes up for two 
points against the University of Utah. 
Game was in Salt Lake City. Score: 
108-99, BYU. 



304 



r 




The pep groups' contribution to the suc- 
cess of the Cougars was impossible to 
determine, but certainly could not be 
ignored. Songleaders, Cosmo and fans 
(right) cheer and rejoice over the Cou- 
gars' victory against the University of 
Utah. The score: 67-98. Flagtwirler 
Sue Larson, cheerleaders, Cosmo and 
other pep groups put on a show almost 
as exciting as the game. 




continued 
305 




The Cougars' main weapon (above) is 
illustrated in this photograph. As Fair- 
child conies down with the rebound, 
teammates Nemelka, Kramer and Neil 
Roberts have already started the fast 
break. 





Dick Nemelka and Steve Kramer 
(above) show some of the team work 
that earned them a 92-88 victory over 
Arizona. Nemelka was the highest scor- 
ing Cougar next to John Fairchild. 



In spite of a heavy schedule Cougar 
players did not neglect studies. Here, 
Jon Stanley and Jeff Congdon (left) 
hit the books while flying to Laramie, 
Wyo. Stanley was the top Cougar ath- 
lete-scholar with a 3.54 grade-point 
average. 



mm^mm 



mm 



vtk 



THE YEAR OF THE COUGAR conunued 




Little Mike Gardner tries to find a way around UCLA's forward Keith Erick- 
son. UCLA won game 100-76. 




Guard Jeff Congdon (above) thrilled 
the fans with his patent^ wild, fancy, 
and unexpected passes. Here he sends 
one Mike Gardner's way as he fakes 
a jump-shot. 



Cougars Nemelka, Kramer, Fairchild, 
and Gardner (left), outplay three Wyo- 
ming coyboys. BYU won the same 
W2-87. 




Cheerleader Max Iverson (right) holds 
the 80-yard telegram sent to the Cou- 
gars before BYU-UCLA game. Tele- 
gram, sponsored by KSL's Hal Peterson 
contained 7 ,000 names. 



Head Coach Stan Watts (left), who has 
been directing the Cougar teams since 
1949, had one of the most successful 
seasons of his career and was named 
the Western Athletic Conference Coach 
of the Year. 




307 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




-D righam Young University's fresh- 
man basketball team finished the sea- 
son with a record-shattering scoring 
against their final opponent. Jim Ea- 
kins, 6-11 center, led the Kittens to a 
131-59 win over Dugway Proving 
Grounds. 

Coach Gary Earnest's frosh team 
ended the season with a successful 10-3 
record. They lost to Utah twice and 
once to the ICAC champion, College of 
Eastern Utah. 

Coach Earnest didn't always use 
flowery language in explaining how a 
team wins, but he got results. The team 
got better as the season progressed, and 
players jelled into a solid outfit. They 
ran, passed, and shot, over-powering 
their opponents with the greatest of- 
fensive weapon in basketball: the fast 
break — thus preparing for a future with 
the run-and-shoot varsity team. 

One outstanding player, Jim Eakin, 
6-11 frosh center, broke Gary Hill's 
season scoring average of a year ago 
(22.9) raising that record to 23.4. On 
the boards he was strong, taking re- 
bouunds at an average of 17 a game. 
Eakin, along with other frosh players 
should be a great help to the Cougar 
varsity team, Time will tell. 



Center Jim Eakins goes up for a re- 
bound against Papooses. 



Front row. Team Manager Wayne Cooke, and Assistant Coach Gary Gardner. Second 
row: Randy Schouten, Roger Houston, Paul Westbroek, Clark Jenkins, Roger Reed, 
Coach Gary Earnest. Back row. Bruce Beckstrand, John Updike, Leroy Maughan, Jim 
Eakins, Larry Boice, Bob Millet, Gary Alverson. 




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FRESHMEN 



FINISHED 



SEASON STRONG 



SCHEDULE 






Snow College 


75 


BYU 


100 


Hill Air Force 


35 


BYU 


100 


Utah State Frosh 


71 


BYU 


79 


Weber State Frosh 


84 


BYU 


89 


Utah Frosh 


76 


BYU 


65 


Mesa College 


92 


BYU 


96 


Weber State Frosh 


53 


BYU 


102 


Utah State Frosh 


72 


BYU 


95 


Eastern Utah 


91 


BYU 


90 


Utah Frosh 


114 


BYU 


101 


Eastern Utah 


81 


BYU 


104 


Mesa College 


87 


BYU 


95 


*Dugway Proving 


59 


BYU 


131 


*New Record 








Forward Clark Jenkins prepares to pass 


to Eakins. 










Kittens try a fast break of their own. 




309 



BASEBALL 




In the 1965 baseball season, the BYU 
team made an uneven showmg for the 
record. On the high end of the scale. 
Coach Tuckett and his club fared better 
than expected on their annual Califor- 
nia trip this spring. After facing some 
of the best competition in the Califor- 
nia area, they returned home with four 
wins and three defeats. The Cougars 
also showed signs of brilliance in pre- 
paring for the start of the WAC race 
when they defeated the Big Sky Con- 
ference contenders from Weber State 
in two games. 

The bottom of the scale was seen 
when the Pumas opened their home 
stand with a loss to the Diablos of Los 
Angeles State; they were clouted with 
one of the finest hitting attacks ever 
seen on the BYU diamond. Cougar 
hopes, raised by a pre-season record of 
10-6, were shaken when BYU opened 
the Western Athletic Conference sea- 
son as victims of two victories for the 
Utes, defending Northern Division 
Champions. 

Uneven performance was the main 
problems for BYU. Often playing well, 
the Cougar nine failed to gain that 
sharp edge of consistency that makes a 
championship team. However, there is 
good potential for the future. "Lots of 
talent," was what Coach Frank Snyder 
said about this year's Freshman base- 
ball team. They could make the varsity 
club one of the sharpest, hard-hitting 
teams next year. 



Tom Weir hits a home run against Los Angeles State. The ball (arrow) went 
clear over the left field's fence. 



SLUGGERS HIT HIGH 

AND LOW 

Dennis Lamb watches the pitcher as he prepares to steal third. 




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Schedule 




BYU 


r 


OPP 


9 


College of Southern Utah 


3 


2 


College of Southern Utah 


5 


11 


San Diego Marines 


9 


6 


San Diego Marines 


4 


4 


San Diego State 


5 


2 


San Diego State 





3 


Long Beach State 


7 


3 


Long Beach State 


2 


4 


Los Angeles State 


8 


11 


Los Angeles State 


9 


8 


Los Angeles State 


11 


4 


Los Angeles State 


15 


8 


Dixie College 





13 


Dixie College 


1 


7 


Weber State 


1 


12 


Weber State 


6 


4 


Utah 


16 


2 


Utah 


6 


3 


Utah 


9 


22 


Utah State 


3 


20 


Utah State 







Left-handed pitcher Steve Thomas winds up -a Weber State player at the plate. 



First row: Steve Thomas, Mike Antone, Roger Williams, Mike Caldarella, Gary Roberts, Ken Nielsen, Jerry Scheurn, Richard Wilson. 
Second row: Dick Nemelka, Clark Burt, Lani Haacke, Dennis Kelley, Bud Parker, Jim Barry, Dennis Lamb, Doug Wardell. Back row: Bob 
Martin, Don Willardson, Steve Gaboon, Guy Hale, Lee Hudson, Rick Putnam, Bry Lake, Tom Weir, Coach Glen Tuckett. 




continued 
311 



SLUGGERS HIT continued 





Coach Glen Tuckett shouts advice at 
player on first base. 



Fans watch as Bry Lake hits against Weber State. 




The throw is slightly late and Bud 
Parker s man is safe on first. 



312 



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Winding up, pitcher Lani Haacke ^ 
looks for a third strike. 




Waiting their turn in the dugout, players cheer for teammate at the bat. 




313 



THINCLADS TRY OUT 



Ralph Brinkerhoff, Al Rockwell, and 
Mike Douglas try out the new rub- 
berized-asphalt track as they run the 
550-yard intermediate hurdles against 
UCLA. Douglas and UCLA's Roger 
Johnson tied for first place. 



NEW STADIUM 



314 




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UCLA's Ray Wilson and BYU's Tim Russell begin the 440 relay. 



Jim Russell finishes first in the 440 relay. Just behind him is UCLA's Len Dodson. 




LJy the end of April, Coach Clarence 
Robison's track-and-field men were well 
into another successful season. At this 
time, the squad had won five meets in 
a row, including three in unofficial in- 
door competition. 

As a portent of things to come, the 
Cougars downed Oregon State and Cali- 
fornia in an early triangular meet. Even 
this early in the season, one record in 
the 3 30- yard hurdles went by the 
boards. With Mike Douglas running a 



37.5 to break the Edwards Stadium rec- 
ord in Berkley. 

One of the biggest — if not the big- 
gest — triumphs of the year came at the 
expense of UCLA. The Cougar track- 
sters, lead by Mike Bianco and Greg 
Cramm, easily won with a final score 
of 96-49. They racked up victories in 
11 of the 17 events, including 6 of 7 
field events and sweeps in 4. It was no 
wonder that UCLA's coach Jim Bush 
should comment: "BYU has one of the 
strongest teams in the country." 

continued 
315 



THINCLADS TRY OUT NEW STADIUM continued 



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Coach Clarence Robison was quite proud 
of the performance of his boys during 
the season. 



Bob Richards, Ron Morgan, and Ray 
Barrus compete against each other in 
the two mile event. 



First row: Graduate Assistant Emmett Smith, Mike Coley, Ray Barrrus, Mike Douglas, Tim Russell, John Redfearn, Paul Skowron, Jim 
Pritchard, Bob Richards, Ron Morgan, Assistant Coach Sherald James. Second row. Ray Jensen, Bill Thornton, (team manager), Roger 
Lake, Ray Rohatinsky, Gene Cummings, Dennis Petera, Darryl Beardall, Dave Spears, Richard Legas, Assistant Coach Willard Hirschi. 
Th/rJ row: Head Coach Clarence Robinson, Greg Cramm, Lloyd Hales, Ralph Brinkerhoff, Bob Tobler, Ralph Turner, Bob Delaney, Ted 
Winfield, Dave Reeves, Al Rockwell. Not pictured: Mike Bianco, Neil Roberts, Larry Austin, Roger Anderson, Bill Brady. 




316 



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• 






Mike Bianco throws the discus for one 
of the best BYU marks (if not the best) 
of the season: 162' 6". 



Creg Cramm (below) leaps to victory 
in the broad jump against UCLA with 
22' 9Y4". 




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continued 




THINCLADS TRY OUT NEW STADIUM conmued 



Bob Tobler (right) gets the baton from 
Greg Cramm during the Mile relay. Jim 
Pritchard (below) seems to be falling 
back rather than climbing. He cleared 
the bar at 15\ 



DESERET MEy 



SmEBRM 




318 



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Neil Roberts (above) had one of the season's best marks in the javeline throw 
with a distance 209' /0%". Al Rockwell (below) forges ahead to win the 
130-high hurdles against UCLA. 




319 



TENNIS 




Don Lowe played the number one sin- 
gles position. Here he hits a forehand 
volley. 



X. he 1965 tennis team was one of the 

best arrays of talent that the Cougars 
had ever had. Besides some good new 
men, including Terry Ehlers and Bill 
Grimm, the team had all but one of the 
players who captured second place in 
the 1964 WAC finals. 

The first competition of the year for 
the team was the California trip. There 
the netters defeated Redlands 6-2 to 
win the third annual Long Beach Spring 
Classic. The tournament victory gave 
the Cougars a 4-2 record for the week 
on the coast, with wins over Long 
Beach, Los Angeles, and Redlands 
(twice) after losing to UCLA and USC. 
Later, in the Utah Invitational, BYU's 
doubles team of Don Lowe and Bill 
Fort defeated Utah's best in a marathon 
match that went two hours and thirty 
minutes. 

The first weekend in May, BYU 
hosted WAC play-offs and racked up 
another victory. The action began with 
BYU winning 6-3 over Arizona, the 
defending Western Athletic Conference 
Champions. Don Lowe upset the num- 
ber-one Wildcat netter, nationally rank- 
ed Fred Drilling, and the Cougars had 
other singles victories; but strangely, 
two of BYU's three losses come in 
doubles matches, where Cougars were 
accustomed to winning. On Saturday, 
BYU defeated Utah State and Utah 
defeated Arizona. The weekend tri- 
umphs of Utah and the Cougars set 
the stage for the meet between the Bee- 
hive rivals at the Provo Invitational, 
which took place the following week. 

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NET MEN HAD PLENTY OF DEPTH 

Harvey Bottleson after hitting an under-cut backhand. Backspin causes the ball 
to travel slower but gives him more control. 




Carlos Sendel has just hit a top-spin shot 
cross-court. The spin makes the ball , 
drop sharply enabling him to hit hard v 
and still keep the ball in the court. vjik / 




Left to right: Coach Wayne Pearce, Don Lowe, John Pierce, Bill Fort, Carlos Sendel, Harvey Bottleson, Terry Ehler. 




321 



VOLLEYBALL 




Front row: Charles Naumu, John Neal, Siavash Nadjmabadi, Larry Dotson. Back row: 
Richard Cox, Faramarz Sami, Coach John Lowell, Larry Kelly, Mehdi Namzi. 



COUGAR SPIKERS TAKE FOURTH IN TOURNAMENT 



Jl n the past, American collegiate vol- 
leyball has been dominated by Cali- 
fornia, but now a strong challenge is 
coming from the BYU Cougars. Under 
the direction of Coach John Lowell, an 
All-American himself, the team placed 
fourth m the 1964 NCAA meet, and 
came through with an Ail-American in 
Karl McCowan. 

The 1965 team, including Jon Stan- 
ley (an honorable mention for 1964 
All-American) and John Alstrom (a 
second year player and potential All- 
American), continued to show spirit 
and determination. In the AAU meet, 
BYU was the only non-California team 
to get into the semi-finals, and finally 
placed fourth. In the April Far West 
Invitationat at San Francisco, the Cou- 
gars lost in the total event, but not be- 
fore pulling an upset by beating Los 
Angeles Valley College 3-2 and win- 
ning over UCLA in the first game of 
the set in open division. Later in April 
at the Phoenix Open Tournament, the 
BYU spikers came through with a re- 
sounding victory. The Cougars wound 
up another notable year of volleyball 
with a trip to the NCAA tournament 
in Omaha, Nebraska, in May. 

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Larry Dotson serves in a preliminary game in preparation for the NCAA 
tournament. 




I 



BOWLING 




WOMEN'S TEAM. Frotit row: Lucile W. Brown, Diana L. Martineau, Sussane RuffT 
Back row: Karen Anderson, Linda Parlin, Susan Myers, Sharon Olsen, Kathleen 
Vaughn, captain. 



IVXen and women bowlers from BYU 
became highly respected in their first 
year of copetition in the new Rocky 
Mountain Bowling Conference. They 
faced stiff competition from Utah, Utah 
State, Weber State and Idaho State. 

The women's bowling team did ex- 
ceptionally well in their first year. Led 
by captain Kathleen Vaughn, they par- 
ticipated in the Associated College 
Unions Tournament in Albuquerque, 
New Mexico, placing high in all events. 

The women played a leading role in 
the newly organized RMBC, in conten- 
tion for first place right into the final 
match. They also won the BYU Invita- 
tional Tournament, on the new BYU 
lanes. 

BYU's men's bowling team made 
their newly organized group a real 
threat in the RMBC. In Albuquerque, 
they took first place in team, doubles. 
All events were against stiff college 
teams. 

The men's team was led by Blake 
Napper, who represented BYU in St. 
Paul, Minnesota in the National Col- 
legiate bowling roll offs. He competed 
against bowlers from 75 other colleges 
in the U.S. 



BYU BOWLERS JOIN RMBC 



MEN'S TEAM. Front row: Blake Napper, captain; Brent Sears, Tom Harrington. 
Back row: Frosty Hansen, Dan Wilcox, Michael Newton, Dave Vaughn. 




323 



INTRAMURALS 




Daring skier zooms down the hill dur- 
ing actual competition at Timp Haven. 



SOMETHING 

FOR 

EVERYONE 



Originated in England, rugby is a rug- 
ged sport. Players may dribble the ball 
with their feet or carry it. They wear 
no padding. 



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MEN'S WINNERS 



Flag Football Hee Rees 

Horseshoes Singles .. Richard Robinson 

Tennis Singles Wayne Rose 

Badminton Singles Pete Troger 

Handball Singles Larry Taylor 

Table Tennis Singles Stan Johnson 

Battle of Beef Hee Rees 

Volleyball Argyles 

Cross Country Run Dennis Greer 

Basketball Hee Rees 

Paddleball Singles Duane Ballard 

Bowling 

Checkers Marc Sorenson 

Chess Lamar Walker 

Table Tennis Doubles .... Gary Moller 
Byron Beckstead 



IVlen and women students who could 
not make the varsity teams did not need 
to bury their athletic ambitions and tal- 
ents. The intramural program at BYU, 
with a variety of events from wrestling 
to chess, provided something for every- 
one. 

The program offers opportunity for 
participation in approximately thirty 
different sports, and students may enter 
some forty different tournaments. Play- 
ers may either participate as independ- 
ents, or represent wards, organizations, 
or housing units. Competition at the 
beginning is generally light, but the 
finals in some divisions can be top- 
flight quality. 

This year the program attracted 
over 10,000 participants. Basketball was 
by far the most popular sport with 
more than 100 teams entering. 




Wrestling 

113 lbs. 

123 lbs. 

130 lbs. 

137 lbs. 

147 lbs. 

157 lbs. 

167 lbs. 

177 lbs. 

191 lbs. . 
Badminton 

Archery .... 
Paddleball 



(Activity-nite) 

Floyd Sediya 

Tom McNeills 

— Eric Loveless 

Cam Caldwell 

Thyrle Stapley 

Dwayne Watson 

Richard Legas 

Bill Nelson 

Don Gilmore 

Doubles Duane Ballard 

Pete Troger 
Bert Scholz 



continued 



Doubles Duane Ballard 

Don Lowe 



Slow-moving chess attracted the intel- 
lectual sort. 




325 



WOMEN'S WINNERS 

Event P. E. Majors Stakes Housing Independents 

Volleyball Myrene Lovelace 26th Ward Wymount 7D Hawaiian Club 

Basketball Dina Skousen 26th Ward Penrose Arizona Club 

Badmington ..Arizona Club 

Table Tennis Wymount 7C Sportswomen 

Bowling Dina Skousen Sportswomen 

Foul Pitch Myrene Lovelace 30th Ward A. Richards ..Hawaiian Club 

Winter Carnival Myrene Lovelace 21st Ward Fox Alpine Club 

Gymnastics Karen AUmendinger ..46th Ward A. Richards Hawaiian Club 

Swimming (Diving) Dma Skousen Wymount 7C 

Softball Sportswomen 

Tennis Sportswomen 



A favorite of BYU coeds, Softball, at- 
tracted hundreds of participants in four 
divisions. 




A watered down version of real hockey, 
broom hockey retains much of the 
danger, and the basic rules of the par- 
ent sport. 



326 




When the snow finally stopped falling, 
tennis enthusiasts took to the courts to 
play the short-termed but popular sport. 




Another winter sport, figure skating, 
attracted a lesser number of competitors 
for it requires great skill. 




327 



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Commencemenf Exercises — photograph by Hello Gonzalez. 





FRESHMAN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Front rou-. David Ross, Jeanne Sorensen, Jerry Dunyon, Dianne Farley, Terrell Hunt, 
Ranier Munns, Bill Lawrence. Second row: Karen Nixon, Lee Williams, Vonda Ray, B. Lerraine Craner, Sherry Jenson, Ann Robinson, Mary 
Ann Kohlstrand, Cherry Cluff, Carol Leighton, Connie Christensen, Gayle Rogue, Yvonne Peterson, Jerelynn Thompson, Deirdre Murray, 
Karen Frazier, Luana Wegman, Sally Ann Nebeker. Third row: LaRue Clark, Linda Merrill, Jeff Rex, Bill Roach, Clyde Hilton, Nathan 
Coulter, Judi Wolfe, Virginia Nelson, Linda Rogers, Marcia Masters, Nancy Foote. Fourth row: Wyatt Earp, Ron Bork, David McCIoy, 
Kendall Williams, H. Brent Beesley, John Rowe, Gilbert Greer, Publicity Chairman; Dick Budge, John Buckles, Allen Hill, Donna LaValley, 
Karin Johnson. Back row: Gary Haroldsen, Brent C. Hall, John R. Parker, Alan Jensen, Steve Bates, Bud Peterson, John Updike, Bryan Pettit, 
Rick Crawford, Danny Zeidman, Dill Hull, Hal Williams, Stwart E. Davis. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



T. or the first time in 17 years a Fresh- 
man Class at BYU participated in the 
Homecoming activities and even had a 
float in the parade. In the Cougar Days 
celebrations, the frosh entered into 
competition with the Sophomore Class 
and came out on top in the bonfire 
building category. Receiving national 
recognition, the class sponsored I.B.M. 
match dance, even though it made some 
rather unusual mistakes, was judged a 
success. 

During Competition Week, the 
spirit of the freshmen earned them sec- 
ond place. They also sponsored the 
Welcome Back dance after Christmas 
Vacation and a belated New Year's 
Eve dance. Although their entry in 
"Highbrow Humbug," the yearly Skits- 
o-frantic, was not included among the 
winners, the participation proved to be 
a fun and a learning experience for 
those concerned. Other events during 
the year included the partial sponsor- 
ship of Winter Carnival, a freshman 
talent show accompanying the Inaugu- 
ral Ball, a fireside with Paul Dunn as 
speaker, the Frosh Formal, and an 
awards banquet honoring all deserving 
members of the Freshman Class. 



330 




OFFICERS: Jeanne Sorensen, secretary; Bill Lawrence, president; Rainer Munns, vice 
president. 



"The wind came, the rain came, and the hail came; and then we all began 
to wonder why we came," was the cry of perservering Freshmen who entered 
a homecoming float for the first time in seventeen years. 




331 




Abbot, David G. 
Abies, Jessica Janeen 
Abplanaip, Sandra Kay 
Acker, Ruth Pauline 
Ackroyd, Alan Wile 
Adams, D. Rollin 
Adams, Mark Delos 



Adams, Michael Redd 
Ahleen, Patricia Clair 
Airmet, Beverly 
Airj% Patricia Anne 
Ajax, Susan 
Albach, Douglas C. 
Alexander, Mary Dawn 



Alexander. Robert H. 
Alleman, Janice Mae 
Allen, Gary Kennlson 
Allen, Jay Shelley 
Allen, Kathryn Mildred 
Allenback, Mary Ellen 
Allison, Violet Clyde 



Allred, Carol 
Allred, David B. 
Allred, Judy 
Allred, Cecil Keith 
Ames, Walter Lansing 
Amstad, Kathryn M. 
Amundsen, Gayle 



Anderberg, Susan Jean 
Andersen, Bonnie Jean 
Andersen, Karen Lee 
Andersen Kristene 
Andersen, May Z. 
Andersen, Margaret J. 
Andersen, Patricia D. 



Anderson, Alice E. 
Anderson, Carol 
Anderson, Darlene Joy 
Anderson, Gregory Dee 
Anderson, Jeanne E. 
Anderson, Karma 
Anderson, Kirk James 



Anderson, Marc Alfred 
Anderson, Marilyn 
Anderson, Marilyn Kay 
Anderson, Michael Lee 
Anderson, Paula 
Anderson, Sharol Faye 
Andrus Brent W. 



Anhder, Trudy Grace 
Archibald, Clinton Lee 
Archibald, Gordon Dale 
Argetsinger, Gerald S. 
Armstrong, Elaine 
Armstrong, Kathryn R. 
Armstrong, Harold T., Jr. 



Arnold, Christy Lew 
Arnold. Mary 
Ashby, J. Roland 
Ashby, Marsha Jeanette 
Ashby, Tyra Lee 
Asher, Rulon Floyd 
Atkins, Thomas H. 



Averett, Geraldine R. 
Avery, Mar)- Joyce 
Babb, Gordon Rex 
Babbel, Bonnie June 
Bach. Verna Jeanne 
Badger. Kathryn Jayne 



332 



Bai;ley, Barbara 

Bailey, Chris 

Bailey, James 

Baird, Joe 

Baker. Geoftrey John 

Baker. Kathleen Erin 

Baldwin, Bruce Charles 



Baleme, Ralph Robert 

Balukoff. Anthony J. 

Banks, Grace Alberta 

Bankston. Dolores Lynn 

Baraincd. John W. 

Barben, Carol 

Barber, Geneva Anne 



Barber, Marianne 

Barels, Ronald Rae 

Barfus, Linda Ann 

Barker, Janene 

Barker, Judy 

Barker, Michael Wile>- 

Barlow, Paul Robert 



Barnes, Cheryl Jean 

Harnett, Brent A. 

Barney. Blaine Milton 

Barnson, Linda Jane 

Barrett, Margaret Ruth 

Barrett, Richard Bruce 

Barringer, Lawrence 



Barron, Judy Anne 

Bartholomew, Joan 

Bartholomew, Pamela A. 

Barton, Gordon Conway 

Bartschi, Susan 

Bascom, Doris 

Bascom, Ema Jo 

















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FRESHMEN 



Ab to Be 



Bass, Donald 

Bateman, Blaine Smith 

Bateman, Cynthia E. 

Bates, Daniel Morgan 

Bates, Linda Aileen 

Battin, Sharlot Berta 

Bawden, Marlene Joy 



Baxter, Thomas R. 

Beal, Be\'erly Jo 

Beam. Charlene 
Beasley, Robin Eric 

Beatty, Cathy P. 
Beck, Daniel S., Ill 

Beck, Susan Jill 



Beck, Venna Kaye 

Becker, Wayne Michael 

Beckstead, Steven C. 

Beckstrand, Jan Bruce 

Beckstrom, Deanna Jean 

Beckstrom. Elaine 

Beer, Nicia 



Beer, Renee Kathleen 

Beesley, Horace Brent 

Beeston, Jeanie Lee 

Behrens, Susan Kay 

Behunin Lajuna Gail 

Bell, Douglas Josiah 

Bell, Joanne 




333 




Bell, Maryapn 
Belliston. Linda 
Belliston. Zella Joy 
Bellville, Peter K. 
Belz. Mar)- Elizabeth 
Benike, Cheryl Mane 
Bennett, Bruch Vernon 



Bennett, Christie Ann 
Bennett, Gar)' Hatch 
Bennett, Jan Taylor 
Bennion, Anita Dianne 
Benson, Jean Carol 
Benson, L. Jay 
Benson, Laurence A. 



Bentley, Brian Kenneth 
Benton, Susan 
Benzie)', Bett)* Claire 
Berg, Jack E. 
Berg, Janet Lucille 
Bergeson, Annette 
Berkey, Christine Rae 



Berrett, Judith Ann 
Berry, John Carl 
Berry, Linda Lee 
Berr)', Marthine 
Betz, Wallace P., II 
Biggs, Dennis Ray 
Billings. Susan 



Bingham, Diana Kay 
Bingham, Jack Neil 
Birch, Glenn L. 
Bird, Terry Donald 
Bisel, Mary Louise 
Bishop, Frances Ann 
Black, Jr. Donald Wayne 



FRESHMEN 



Be to Bu 




Black, Elizabeth 
Black, Joseph Mar\'in 
Black, Peggy Lynn 
Blackhurst, Ste\en Jay 
Blackft-elder, Lola Jeanie 
Blanch. Richard Grant 
Blanchard, F. Donald 



Blanchard, Jeaneese G. 
Blazin, Nelson Keith 
Bleak, Karen 
Blecha, Sherr)' Lynn 
Bledsoe, Wilda Dee 
Blevins, Bill Raymond 
Ble)I, Sue Helena 



Blodgett, Steven W. 
Bloxham. Karen 
Blue, Jeanette Martin 
Blunt. Karen Sue 
Boberg, Jean Carol 
Bodily, Laurene 

Boehme, Brent Russell 



Boelter, Dorothy 
Boelter, Sylvia 
Bocltes, James Russel 
Bogue, Judy Marie 
Boice, John Kent 
Boice, Lirr)' Warren 
Boisot. Marion Luetta 



334 



«P 



Bolander. Marjoric 

Boiandcr, Ralph Edward 

Bollschweiler, Marjone 

Bonella, Mary 

Bonfield, Harry 

Boone, Leon 

Booth, Steven 



Boren, Earnest Jerry 

Boren, Virginia M. 

Borg, Sonya 

Bort, Drucilia 

Bounds, Bonnie Lee 

Bousfield, Kenneth H, 

Bowen, Gloria Faye 



Bowen, Jeri Ryan 

Bowers, Kay Ann 

Bowler, Ruth 

Bowman, Arthur Blaine 

Bowman, Judith Lucille 

Bowman, Kathleen Meryl 

Boyce, Mignonette 



Boyd, Louise Elma 

Boycr, Danita Jeanne 

Boyer, Leta 

Boyer, Margie Kay 

Boyles, Rita Louise 

Braasch, Sharon Leilana 

Bradbury, Steven M. 



Braddock, Patsy Lee 

Brady, Bill Dean 

Brande, Karol Ann 

Brandt, David Robert 

Brashear, Carol 

Brazier, Joseph Grant 

Brecken ridge, James S. 



Breshears, Alice Kay 

Brewer, Rhonda L 

Brimhall, David Lewis 

Bringhurst, Michael D. 

Brinkerhoff, Randy S. 

Broadbent, Eric Mons 

Broadbent, Susan 



Brockbank, Virginia 

Broderick, Anita 

Brooks, Linda Rae 

Brooks, Penny Lee 

Brooksby, Terrell C. 

Brown, Bernice Jean 
Brown, Edward P. 



Brown, Flora Jean 

Brown, Georgia 

Brown, Lamar Delbert 

Brown, Mary Frances 

Brown, Michael Keith 

Brown, Patricia Ann 

Brown, Richard Carl 



Brown, Ron Bryce 

Brown, Scott Ellsworth 

Brown, Val Young 

Brubaker, Joseph M. 

Brusco, Mary Ann 

Bryan, Jeanne 

Bryan, Nancy Jean 



Bryant, Linda Jean 
Buchanan, Don Arnold 
Buchanan, Richard Dan 
Buckles, John William 
Buckley, Sherrall Diane 
Budden, Brent Ray 
Budge, Richard Taft 












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Budge, Eldon Jay 
Budge, Kirren Darlene 
Buerger, Ilona M. 
Buhler. Elaine Joy 
Bundock, Rebecca C. 
Burden, Curtis Roger 
Burgener, Arlene 



Burke, Glenna Sue 
Burke, Toby Richelle 
Burke. ^X'ilodene Rae 
Buries, Kenneth Thomas 
burnah, Arthur N. 
Burnett, Douglas S. 
Burnett, Robert Curtis 



Burrows, Mar)' Ann 
Burton, Fred Delaire 
Bush, Kathleen 
Bushman, Arthur Vern 
Bushman, Linda Gail 
Bushman, Milo Kent 
Bushore, Ste\e E. 



Bush, Judy Lynn 
Butler. Richard Miller 
Buttel, Yvonne Marie 
Butterfield. Judy Jeniel 
Butterfield. Linda 
Byers, Bonita Kay 
Byers, Charles Leland 



Bylund, Colleen Marie 
Bylund, DeeAnn 
Cahoon, Patricia 
Calder, Jay Ronald 
Caldwell, Douglas H. 
Caldwell, Karen 
Caldwell, Toni Dallis 



Call, Candace V. 

Call, Julia Anne 

Call, Stephen Lindsay 

Call, Sylvia 

Callahan, Frances Nanie^-e 

Campbell, James M. 

Campbell, Katlileen Kay 



Campbell, Lloyd Nelson 
Cannon, James Arthur 
Cannon, Karen 
Cansler, Mar\- Jane 
Cantrell, Linda Sue 
Cappen. Patricia L. 
Cardon. Katherine 



Care)', Helen Janice 
Carey, Patti Jean 
Carlisle, Clifford A. 
Carlson, Gloria Jean 
Carlson, Leslie P. 
Carlson. Rex Otto 
Carlston, Suzanne 



Caipenter, Charles R. 
Carpenter, Daniel J. 
Carpenter, Janell 
Carr, Rebecca 
Cairagher, Brenda Jane 
Carroll, Joan E. 
Carroll, Linda Sue 



Carruth, Janet 
Carson, Kathryn Blair 

Carson, Margaret M. 
Carter, Ellen Jane 
Carter, F. Bruce 
Carter. Ina Clarie 
Carter, Jean E. 



336 



Carter, Mary 

Carter, Nelson, Arthur 

Carter, Susan Marilyn 

Cirtwright, Elizabeth Sue 

Carvalho, Cieonia 

Case, Amy Sandra 

Caswell, Thomas H. 



Catmull, Donna Jean 

Cavanaugh, Allen Keith 

Cazier, Sharon Louise 

Chadburn, Linda Cherie 

Chamberlain, Deanna F. 

Chandler, Jamie 

Chapman, Lynette 



Chappell, Carolyn Mae 

Cheng, William W. L. 

Cherry, Charles David 

Child, Lynn Adams 

Chlarson, Juliet 

Christensen, Ann 

Christensen, Camille 



Christensen, Camille 
Christensen, Chris Lee 
Christensen, Connie 
Christensen, Doris J. 
Christensen, Joan Lee 
Christensen, Joy Ann 
Christensen, Kathleen 



Christensen, Kenneth J. 
Christensen, Randall O. 
Christensen, Stanley H. 
Christenson, Ronald P. 
Christiansen, Carol L. 
Christiansen, Don M. 
Christofferson, Greg P. 




FRESHMEN 



Bu to Co 



Clark II, DeRees Carl 

Clark, John Mark 

Clark, LaRue 

Clark, Lynn William 

Clark, Maridith 

Clark, Michael M. 

Clark, Othello Jerol 



Clark, Suzanne 

Clay, Eileen Elizabeth 

Clayton, David Steve 

Clement, Carol Etta 

Clifton, Lora June 

Cloward, Marilyn 

Cluff, Carol 



Cluff, Lorraine 

Cocks, Brian James P. 

Cole, Lois Ann 

Collier, Mark Dowdle 

Collins, Mary Ann 

Colson, Terry Lynn 

Colt, Janice 



Colton, Gary Lawrence 
Colver, Allan Leslie 
Conger, Douglas W. 
Conrad, Linda Joyce 
Conwell, Edward E. 
Cook, Annette 
Cook, Carole Judy 




337 




Cook, Darild .Jay- 
Cook, Darrell LaGrand 
Cooley. Jeffry Lynn 
Cooney. Kathleen Ann 
Coons. Carolyn 
Cooper. Bill 
Copeland, Thomas B. 



Cordon, Marianna 
Corey, Beverly Rae 
CorncCt, Kathleen 
Cornwall, Ellen 
Cosgrave, Caren F. 
Cotter, Rebecca Lynn 
Couiam, Lois Ann 



Coulter. Nathan W. 
Courtright, Marian 
Cowan, Lynne 
Cox, Gayle 
Cragun, Mary 
Crandall, Nathan Jay 
Crane, Brice Palmer 



Crane, John Robert 
Crane, Michael Alfred 
Craner, Lorraine Betty 
Crapo, Alvin LeRoy 
Crawford, Patricia Ann 
Crawford, Richard Don 
Creer, Kent Miller 



Cresap, Kenon 
Crithfield. Delia Kay 
Crithfield. Keith D. 
Croft. Dean William 
Croft, Gordon Glen 
Croft. Marilyn Yvonne 
Croft, Steven Kent 



FRESHMEN 



Co to Du 




Crookston. Robert Kent 
Cropper. Mary Ellen 
Crosby. Carl A., Jr. 
Cross, Janice Lynn 
Crowe, Mildred Irene 
Cuellar, James Emil 
Culver, Carol Jeanne 



Cummings, Dixie 
Ciirran. Carol Vaughn 
Currier, Sandra Lynn 
Curtis, Bonita Marie 
Curtis, Carol K. 
Curtis, Karen Jean 
Curtis, Kenneth Dean 



Curtis. Marcia Lee 
Gushing. Cathy Louise 
Cusick, Judith Inez 
Cutler. Allen Riley 
Cutler, Linda June 
Cutler, Virginia Ann 
Dahl. Janet 



Dahl, Thclma 
D.ihlquist, Kathleen 
Daley. David M. 
Daliey. Luana Gay 
Dallinga, Linda Sue 
Dalzen. Lauren Dean 
Dameron, Ruth 



338 



Dana. Patricia Eileen 

Daniel, Julaine 

Daniel, Vicky Paris 

Daniels, James Webber 

Daniels, Paul Jackson 

Dastrup, Warren L. 

Dauenbauer, Carolyn A. 



Davenport, Lynn Austin 

David, Donna June 

Davis, Cheryl 

Davis, Connie 

Davis, Daria Kay 

Davis, David Rjchard 

Davis, Dottie 



Davis, Elaine Cecilia 

Davis, Jein Allison 

Davis, John Daniel 

Davis, Joy Arlene 

Davis, Karen 

Davis, Kathy Ann 

Davis Lynette 



Davis, Margaret 

Davis, Marilyn Jean 

Davis, Pamela Mae 

Davis, Stew'art 

Dawson, Barbara 

Dawson, Maria 

DeGraif, Craig 



DeMille, Blaine 

Demsher, Mary 

Denison. Douglas 

Denney, James 

Denney, Peggy 

Denton, Don 

Denton, Janis 



DePaula, Lineu 

De St. Jeor, Claudia 

DeSpain, Geraldine 

DeSpain, Kae 

DeSpain, William Glen 

DeWitt. Pamela 

Dial, Ronald 



Dickerson, Michael 

Dicke>', Rita 

Diercksen, Barbara 

Dimick, Deanna 

Dingman, Robert 

Dixon, Brent 

Dixon, George 



Dixon, Janet 

Dixon, Larry 

Dixon, Robert 

Dochkus, Carole Ann 

Dodd. Lloyd Gibson 

Dodds. Joseph Duncan 

Donaldson, Gareth K. 



Donaldson, Karyne Lee 

Donnelly, Sharon K. 

Donnelly, Thomas E. 

Donner, Mary Jeanne 

Donoho, Ben F. 

Doran, Joanne E. 

Dow, Kent Richard 



Dow, Linda Carol 

Dowdle, Kim 

Drage, Lynda 

Draper, Carol Jean 

Draughon, Larry Delano 

Duce, Roger L. 

Duffin, William 




339 








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Duke. Jerry Kent 
Duke, Lucretta 
Duke, Mcivin Tingey 
Dunbar, Dawn Aliene 
Duncan, Stuart Von 
Duncan. Susan Thayer 
Dunford, Knstinc 



Dunford, Ned Osmond 
Dunlap, Virginia Faye 
Dunn, Darry! Scott 
Durrant. Catherine 
Dusenberry, Kathryn D. 
Dutcher, Mike Harold 
Dutkus, Sharon Lee 



Dyer, Robert Geoffry 
Dykes, Suzan ReNee 
Eagar. Judith 
Earl. Robert Rulon 
Earp, John Wyatt 
Edens, Janice Lynn 
Edgar, Stephen Alan 



Edmonds, Rita Mae 
Edmunds. Brent David 
Edmunds, Susan 
Edvalson, Judy Rae 
Egbert, Carol Lee 
Ekins. David Cropper 
Ekms, Eldon LeRoy 



Eldredge. Hastings J. 
Eldredge, Susan 
Elfors. Raymond D. 
Eliason, David Reid 
Elhs. Bruce G. 
Ellsworth, Van LaMarr 
Elmer, Richard Lane 



Elmore, Richard Lee 
Emmett. Ruth Carol 
Ence. Karen Mane 
England, Carol Ann 
Ensley, Michael Ward 
Epperson, David Ross 
Erickson. Bruce Gail 



Enckson. Cato! Diane 
Erickson. Janet 
Enckson, Jennifer H. 
Erickson, Robert Boyd 
Erickson, W. Ray 
Esperson, Janice Lee 
Estes, Camille Gay 



Evans, Aaron Dean 
Evans. Diana Melrose 
E\'ans. Karen Annette 
E\ans. Mary Ellen 
Eveland. Dennis Martin 
Evelyn, Mar)orie Lou 
Evensen, Debra Louise 



Ewell. Leon William 
Fairbourn, Dennis R- 
Farley. Dianne 
Farmer. Fred Conway 
Farnsworth, Ruby L. 
Fautin, Pauline 
F.iy. Douglas James 



I'cinauer. John Allan 
Fclshaw, C. Elaine 
Ferrcira, Mary Jeanne 
Ferris. Allen Eugene 
Fewkcs, Mona Rinez 
Fielding, Garth F"ay 
Finlayson. Lizbeth Ann 



340 



Finney. Cheryl Ann 

Finlinson, Kathy 

Fmni^an. Susan Jean 

Fish, Jcanctte P. 

Fisher, Karen Lee 

Fitzpatrick. David W. 

Fitzpatrick, Sharon L. 



Fleming, A. Fred 

Fletcher, Renee L. 

Flinders, Charles Ste\e 

Flinders, Gad 

Flores, Clanta Y, 

Flores, Teresa Jeanette 

Flowers, Ronald C. 



Foreman, Marilyn K, 

Foley. James Patrick 

Foose, Eugene Richard 

Foote, Geraldine Kay 

Foote, Margaret Carole 

Forbush, Paula Dawn 

Ford, Karen Dawn 



Forrest, William S. 

Forssell, Frances Joan 

Forsythe, Jeannettc B. 

Forsyth, Marilee 

Fosse, John A. 

Fossum, John H. Jr. 

Foster, Karen Lilas 



Foster, Sharon 

Foulger, Anne 

Foutz. Jerry Wayne 

Foutz, Kelsey Joseph 

Fowler. Michele 

Fox, Annette 

Francom, Julie 



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FRESHMEN 



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Francom, Karen Lynne 

Frandsen, Diane 

Franklin, Olivia 

Franklin, Nicholas W. 

Frazier, James Sidney 

Frazier, Karen Ruth 

Freeman, Joseph Calvin 



Freiss, Howard Charles 

Fretwell, Rita Ann 

Fricke, Margolee 

Frost, Jeffry Romel 

Fry. Grant Reed 

Fryar, Kay Phyllis 

Frye, Ronald West 



Fuhriman, Susan 

Fuhriman, Susan Joy 

Fuller, Susan Pauline 

Fullmer, Lynda Kathryn 

Fullmer. Russell P. 

Funk, Alan Verl 

Funk, Sanna Rae 



Furness, Martha Jean 

Galloway, Arleta 

Gammon, Linda 

Gardiner, Kent 

Gardner, Diane 

Gardner, Gene Matt 

Gardner, Geneal 




341 




Gardner, Janet 
Gardner, John Norman 
Garnder, Kathleen 
Gardner, Mary Ann 
Gardner, Michael E. 
Gardner. Randell F. 
Gardner, Robert Kent 



Gardner. Sharon Louise 
Garrett, Marie 
Garthwaite, Edith Dawn 
Gathercoal, Claudea 
Geddcs, Ralph Worley 
Geider, Alice Jean 
Gentry, George Albert 



George. Richard Eldon 
Gerntsen. John A. 
Gertsch, Lyie Ray 
Gessel, Janelle Elaine 
Gho, Pino Mario O. 
Gibb, Michael Rae 
Gierisch, Ronald Allan 



Gilbert. Jean 
Gilbert. Paul 
Gilbert. Rosalie 
Gilbert. Willard A. Ill 
Giles. Stephen Michael 
Gillie. Pamela Lee 
Gilman, Carol Beverly 



Gilmore, Catherine 
Gladden, Harold Donald 
Glassett. Dorothy Roselyn 
Glascock. Diana W. 
Gleason. Leslie Louise 
Glenn, Wayne Holton 
Glover, John Perry 



FRESHMEN 



Ga to Ha 




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Glover. LaDawn 
Glover. Mauveen P. 
Glovka, Sher^l Lynn 
Goble, Carol Elaine 
Goff. Sandra Lee 
Gold. Cheryl Violet 
Gonzales. Manuelita J. 



Gonzalez. Rene F. 
Goodell. Mar)' Ann 
Goodrich. Byron Clark 
Goodrich, Rkhard Hal 
Goodsell. Katherine L. 
Goodsell, Steven Lee 
Goodwin. Macy Lynne 



Goodworth. Marie 
Gordon. Charlene E. 
Goss, Arlenc Janet 
Gough, Joan 
Gould, William Ri Jr. 
Goyeneche, Gail D. 
Grace, Anita Marie 



Graham. Ellen Joane 
Graham, Major Wallis 
Grampp. Leslie Kay 
Grange, Edward Vance 
Grant. George Michael 
Grant, Nana,' Jean 
Graves. Albert Nevin 



342 



Gray, Ann Hazel Mary 

Green, Dianne Helen 

Greenwood, Julia Ann 

Greer. Gilbert N. 

Greer, Paul Anthony 

Gregg, Susan Lynn 

Gregory, Janice 



Griffin, James Ermon 
Griffin, Mollie Kaye 
Grigg. Gary Donald 
Grogan, William Lloyd 
Grogan, Kathy Jean 
Groome, Dennis Ray 
Grover, Maryanne 



Groves, Ellen Diane 

Grubbs, Jerry Mack 

Gubler. Annette 

Gunn, Chen 

Gunn, Cynthia 

Gunn, Michal Ann 

Gannell, G. Leigh 



Gwynn, Linda Elizabeth 

Haacke, Don Paul 

Hadley, Karen 

Hadley, Linda 

Hadley, Raymond B. 

Haggerty. Lawrence R. 

Haight, Marjorie Ellen 



Hale, Edmond Lee 

Hale, Marva Lucille 

Hales. June Marie 

Hall, Alan 

Hall, Allen 

Hall. Amy 

Hall, Brent Clyde 



Hall. Reed 

Hall. Ronald William 

Hallam, Marie 

Halonen, UIla-Maija 

Halverson. Karen 

Hamilton. Michael W. 

Hanashey. Robert W. M. 



Hancock. James L. 

Hanks, Janice 

Hansen, David J. 

Hansen, Gary Boyd 

Hansen, Gloria 

Hansen, Janeal J. 

Hansen, Jerri Kay 



Hansen, John 

Hansen. Judith 

Hansen, Malene 

Hansen, Necia Dee 

Hansen, Ron Dean 

Hansen, Russell Eric 

Hanson, Donna Rae 



Harbertson, J. Kristen 

Harding, Judy Ann 

Hardman, George Dee 

Hardy, C. Brian 

Hardy, Joy 

Harline Jr., Lloyd A. 

Harmon, Sharon Marie 



Harper. III. Charles C. 

Harr, James William 

Harrington, Thomas R. 

Harris, Calvin C. 

Harris. Carolyn 

Harris. Darwin Loren 

Harris, Gayle C. 




343 




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Harris, Jerry Steven 
Harris, Joseph Douglas 
Hams, Keith Redden 
Harris, Letha Ann 
Harris, Marilyn 
Harris, Mark Chandler 
Hams. Marlene 



Hams, Rodger Lee 
Hams. Sharron Kay 
Harris. Shauna Elaine 
Harrison, Frank Davis 
Harrison, Gary WilHam 
Harrison, Richard Van 
Harshberger, Gerald G. 



Harten. Valerie Lynn 
Har\e)', Jeanie 
Hasseil, Janice E. 
Hasseil, Joyce 
Hatch, Alan Lorenzo 
Hatch. Michelle 
Hatch, Paul Charles 



Hathcock, Carolyn D. 
Haun, Sharon Sue 
Hawkes, Brent B. 
Hawkins, Gary Reed 
Hawkins, Gilbert R. 
Hawkins, John Palmer 
Hawkins. Louise 



Haws, Sylvia Claire 
Haycock, Sharon Elaine 
Hayes. Judith Caroline 
Heath, Patrice 
Heath. Terolee 
Hebert, Anita Ann 
Heilner, Alan James 



Heine, Britt-Louise M. 
Henage, Lyie Fred 
Henderson, Daryl Lee 
Henderson, Ernest 
Henderson, John Odis 
Henderson. Leon C. 
Henderson, Lucinda 



Hendricks, Mary Lou 
Henrie, Michael 
Hepfinger. Pamella Rae 
Hepworth, Susan B. 
Herbert, Janet Terry 
Hermansen, Carol Jean 
Herrick. Kyle Lias 



Hess. Kathy Louise 
Hess. Nila Jean 
Hess, Richard David 
Hctherington. II. T. M. 
Hiatt, Lujean 
Hiatt. Stephen Rex 
Hiatt. Tamela Jean 



Hick, Karen Mae 
Hicken, Jane 
Higbee, Linda Ann 
Hill, Alice Edith 
Hill. David James 
Hill. David Stephen 
Hill, George Anne 



Hill. Georgia. Lee 

Hill. Ill, Howard Niles 

Hill. Loretta 

Hill. Margaret 

Hill. Timothy Harland 

Hill. Wilma Louise 

Hillard. Dennis Lloyd 



344 



Hills, Darlene Diane 

Hilton, Kathleen 

Hinman, Paul Victor 

Hirst, Linda Janet 

Hjorth, Eldon A. 

Ho Anna, Grace 

Hoag, Sunny Darlene 



Hodge, Carma Doreen 

Hodge, Mary Margaret 

Hodson, Zola Marie 

Hoem, Deann 

Hoen, Jean Marie 

Hoke, Irma Mary 

Holley, Karen Faye 



Holland, Pamela Sue 

Holland, Rebecca A. 

Holland, Sonja Jean 

Hollingworth, Ann 

Holloway, Donald 

Holt, L. Bayles 

Holyoak, Robert Steven 



Homer, Clea Lee 

Homer, Julie 

Homer, Nina Midge 

Hood, Robm Elizabeth 

Hoopes, Shauna Rae 

Horsley, John Charles 

Horton, Robyne Lee 



Hoskins, Sally Jane 

Householder, Margaret A. 

Housekeeper, Arlen S. 

Houston, Sharon Annette 

Howard, Tanyu Quinn 

Howcroft, Robert Kent 

Howell, Cecelia Anne 




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FRESHMEN 



Ha to Hu 



Howell, Michael F. 

Hoybjerg, Elisabeth 

Hoyt, Judith Madeline 

Hoxsey, Jennifer Anne 

Hubbard, Evelyn 

Huch, Daniel Raymond 

Hudson, Kathy 



Huffaker, Johnnie L. 

Huffman, Kenneth Lee 

Huggins, Georgia Carol 

Hughes, Eileen Louise 

Hughes. Glenna Rae 

Huish, Dianna Leigh 

Hull, William Thomas 



Hulse. Daniel Lynn 

Humble, Charles Derrel 

Humphrey. Antoinette 

Humphrey, Carol Lee 

Humphries. Janice S. 

Hundley, Evelyn E. 

Hunsaker, Camilla 



Hunsaker, William N. 

Hunt, Catherine 

Hunt, Cecil Elton 

Hunt, Terrell Evan 

Hunt. Terrence Allen 

Huntamer, Kathryn L. 

Hunter, Jill Catherine 




345 




Huntzinger, Ralph L. 
Hupe, Karen Louise 
Hurst, Marilyn 
Hutchings, Sharon 
Hutchins. Robert C. 
Hyde, Jeffery H. 
Hymas, Dale Whitney 



Her, Susan Marie 
Ingebrigtsen, Sylvi V. 
Ingram, Linda Marie 
Irons, Janet Clara 
Ison, Marilyn Elaine 
Jackson, Kathy M. 
Jackson, Richard Lyie 



Jackson, Rodney Weston 
Jacob, Irvin Hall 
Jacob, Janet Eileen 
Jacob, Ruth 
Jacobs, Shanna Dean 
Jacobsen, Brent Neil 
Jacobsen, Julene 



James, Connie Yvette 
James, Cynthia Jean 
Janse, Julie Ann 
Jar\'is, Reed Killpack 
Jeffs. John Paul 
Jenkins. Montel R. 
Jetisen. Alan Ross 



Jensen. Diane 
Jensen, Diane 
Jensen. Gayle 
Jensen, John Jay 
Jensen, Karen E. 
Jensen, Kathleen C 
Jensen, Kelly Lance 



FRESHMEN 



Hu to Ke 












Jensen, Marjorie L. 
Jensen, Mary CamiUe 
Jensen. Nola Ann 
Jensen, Ronald Ray 
Jensen, Stephen Lloyd 
Jensen, Susan Lynn 
Jenson. Connie Jeanne 



Jensen, Dean Rulon 
Jenson, LuAnne 
Jenson, Raymond Grant 
Jepson, Kathleen Rae 
Jernigan, Marguerite S. 
Jex, Jerry L. 
Jex, Kent Tuttle 



Jex, Marilyn 
Jiacoletti Phyletta 
John. Fairlene 
Johns. Jacquelynn Lee 
Johns. Martha Lee 
Johnson, Allona Kae 
Johnson Barbara Ann 



Johnson. Be\'erly E. 
Johnson. Curtis Dale 
Johnson. David Robert 
Johnson, David S, 
Johnson. Deanna Jean 
Johnson, Elaine Kay 
Johnson, Elizabeth Ann 



346 



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Johnson. Faye Ann 

Johnson, George Brent 

Johnson, Holly R. B. 

Johnson, Inger Margret 

Johnson, James Russell 

Johnson, Janice M. 

Johnson, Jean Rebecca 



Johnson. Joan Evaline 

Johnson, Joseph Edward 

Johnson, Judith Ann 

Johnson, Karin 

Johnson, Linda Louise 

Johnson, Linette 

Johnson, Mark Von 



Johnson, Mary Lou 

Johnson, Paul 

Johnson, Raymond Perry 

Johnson, Rodney Ellis 

Johnson, Ruth Ann 

Johnson, Shirley May 

Johnson, Sue Ann 



Johnston, Calvin Neale 

Johnston, Keren 

Jones, Ann Elizabeth 

Jones, Be\erly Kay 

Jones, Brent M. 

Jones, Car! Richard 

Jones, Collins Bruce 



Jones, David Hinkley 

Jones, Donald Ray 

Jones, Donna Lucille 

Jones, Jennifer 

Jones, Jenyce 

Jones, Ladd M. 

Jones, LaRhea 



Jones, Howard Leon 

Jones, Marsha 

Jones, Mary Ann 

Jones, Myron Dee 

Jones, Ray Elwood 

Jones, Sierra Sue 

Jones, Thomas Franklin 



Jorgensen, Bryce Waite 

Joy, Dianne Marie 

Jubeck. Wilbur Allen 

Judd, Lorraine Mary 

Judd, Sandra Lee 

Judson, Kathleen T. 

Julian, Julene 



Juretich, Donna Diane 

Kadel, Judith Kay 

Kano, Kunio 

Kartchner, Nancy Chloe 

Kassow, Robert Scott 

Keamo, Myrna Lani 

Kearsley, Richard L 



Keck, Judith Lynn 

Kehlenbrink, Kathlyn 

Keller, Lillian M. 

Kellum, Cheryl Carleen 

Kelly, Arthur Merrill 

Kelly, Doris Anna 

Kelly, Paul Rhead 



Kelly. Ruth 

Kelly, Sandra Darlene 

Kemp, Gloria 

Kendall, Keith Alan 

Kennett. Scott William 

Kerr, Lonnie Joseph 

Kershaw. Suzanne Inez 




347 




Kerttula, Reino Olavj 
Kessmger, Larry E. 
Kiliion, Jonell 
Kim, Huen Soo 
King. Corlie Ann 
King, Dennis Duane 
King, Dennis Volney 



King, Penny Lynn 
Kingsford, Cheryl 
Kingslcy, Patricia Lee 
Kimmaka, James L. Jr. 
Kinman, Thomas L. 
Krrk. Robert Warren 
Kirkman, Robert C. 



Kiser, Barbara Jean 
Kissh, Helen Laura 
Klemm, Cristine 
Khnglcr, Shari Helen 
Knapp, Barbara Joann 
Knapp, Chnsta 
Knapp, Sheiia Lynn 



Knight, Sheila Gaye 
Knight. Wayne Allen 
Knowles, Bruce Howard 
Koch, Richard Allen 
Kotter. Roger Douglas 
Kowallis, Yonna Mane 
Kratzer. David S. 



Kress. Gaylene 
LaCroix. Robert E. 
Lafferty. Kathleen 
Limana, Michael Ronald 
Lambert. Dale John 
Lambert, Glen Ray 
Lambert, John Denny 



Lamoreaux. Betty E. 
Lamoreaux, Terrell C. 
Lamphiear. John M, 
Lancaster. Dennis R. 
Laney, Claire Guylene 
Lang, Beverly 
Lang. Fred Perry 



Lang. Roxana Sue 
Lange. Cynthia Marie 
Langley. Cheryl Ann 
Larkin, Aurline 
Larkin, Don James 
Larkin, Steven S. 
Larkins, Nancy Jo 



Larsen, Janet 
Larsen, Julia C. 
Larsen, Larry James 
Larsen, Linda Louise 
Larsen. Myrna Jeanne 
Larsen. Walter Lee 
Larson, Janet 



Larson, Janis 
Larson. Lynett Robyn 
Larson. Susan 
Latham, Pamela 
Latham, Saundra Jean 
Lauper. Marc Dennis 
Lawes, Ernest Roy 



Lawlor. Charlotte Ruth 
Lawlor. Keith Dow 
Lawson. Janette Ellen 
Lawton. Gregory 
Layne, Gloria Penny 
Layne, Jacquelme S. 
Layton, Margaret 



348 



La)-ton, Pegg)' Lynn 

Layton, Robert Hughes 

Leatham, Mariinne 

Leavitt, Ferrin D. 

LeBlanc, Bernard J. 

Lee. Duane Condie 

Lee, Larry Robert 



Lee, Marsha 

Lee, Marsha Lynn 

Lee, Ronald Joe 

Lee, Rosemary 

Lee, Stephen Robert 

Lee, Winston Delano 

Leefeldt, Susan C. 



Lefler, Ann 
Leighton, Carol Lee 
Leininger, Alfred J. Jr. 
Leishman. Trudy Beth 
LeMaster. Penny Beth 
Lemon, Carol Verna 
Lerios, Wayne Robert 



Lesher, Gwendolyn E. 

LeSueur, Wayne Francis 

Leutze. Joseph Martin 

Levesque, Sherri Ann 

Lewis, Cynthia Rae 

Lewis, Larry McKinley 

Lewis, Mernllyn 



Lewis, Virginia Mae 

Liljenquist, Michael D, 

Lillywhite, Wendell Dwaync 

Lima, Wilson 

Limb, Connie Jean 

Lindberg, Dennis J. 

Lindberg, Virginia Mae 




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Lindeman, Judy Ann 

Lindholm, Agnes Sherllne 

Lindsay, James E. Ill 

Lindsay. Victor H. 

Lindse)', Dona Rae 

Linschoton, Karen 

Lisonbee, Sandra Jean 



Littlefield, Clinton P. 

Litster, Larry Edward 

Little, Douglas Ray 

Little, Janet Marie 

Long, Karen 

Longfellow, Su2ie L. 

Longhurst, William L. 



Looney, Arlyne 

Lopossa, Janet S. 

Lorscheider. Sandy 

Lott, Rosemary 

Louthan, Bruce D. 

Love. Janet Dean 

Loveless, Eric Gail 



Lovett, Virginia Lea 

Loyd. Joan Frances 

Ludlow, Patricia 

Luedtke, Kurt Anton 

Luiggi, Fred Pierre 

Luna, Guadalupe M. 

Lund, Randall James 




349 








Lundgreen, Marilyn 
Lunt, Danielle 
Luther. Laura Lee 
Lyman, Jeffrey Holt 
Lyman, JoAnn 
Lyman. Ruth Anne 
Lyman, Susan 



Lynn, Derrith Dianne 
Macdonald, Daniel G. 
Macdonald. Taylor Oden 
Macintosh, Leanna M. 
MacKay, James A. 
MacKenzie, Vivian M. 
MacPherson, Stuart S. 



Maddox, Cheryle Lanell 
Eardley, Kim Hiatt 
Madsen, Mary Ellen 
Madsen, Michal Ann 
Madsen, Norma Jean 
Magleby, Ruth Ann 
Magnusson, Bette Mae 



Maguet, Donald Glenn 
Mahaffey. Barbara E. 
Mains, Marilyn Anne 
Maisey. William Henry 
Malin, Margaret Anne 
Malouf, Kathleen 
Maloy, Janice 



Malquist. Blaine C. 
Mangum, Terry Lee 
Manire. Katie Frances 
Mann, Karen Lee 
Manning, Alan Kent 
Manning, Sandra Jeanne 
Manos, Jutta Dianne 



FRESHMEN 



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McDonnel, Carol Ellen 

McDowell. Theodore R. 

McEntire, Carole Anne 

Mclnnis, Kathleen L. 

Mclntyre, Judy Zelma 

McKinnon, Marilyn 



McLane, Malinda Mauric 

McLeod, Douglas Lynn 

McMaster, Alexander Jr. 

McMillan, Janet Chris 

McMuUin, Kathleen R. 

McMurray, Wendy 

Mt^eilis, Thomas M. 



McPherson, Robert 

McPhie, Donald Garth 

McShinsky, Vivian 

Meador, Sheryl Dianne 

Mecham, Anne 

Meek, Bradley Edson 

Mefford, Altona Kay 



Mejia, Emelina R. 

Melling, Frances P. 

Mellor, Stephen Paul 

Melton, Doris Jean 

Mendenhall, David R. 

Menzel, Michael Wayne 

Mercado, Henry William 



Meredith, Phyllis M. 

Merrill, Kathleen 

Merrill, Kathleen 

Merrill, Helen Kathryn 

Merrill, Linda Marie 

Merrill, Mar)' Jeanne 

Merrill, Tamara 



Merwin, Dianne Ruth 

Metzger, Henry Keith 

Mexia, Mary Ann 

Meyer. Cheryl Lynn 

Meyers. Kent Leland 

Michael is, Lois Mary 

Michaelis, Marc 




351 




Michaels, Sheila Ann 
Michaelson, Nancy Jean 
Mickelsen, Kathryn 
Milburn, Anne Julia 
Miller, Cheryl Ann 
Miller, Kalvin Lee 
Miller, Kent Clinton 



Miller, Lee Oliver 
Miller, Linda Jean 
Miller, Linda Lucille 
Miller. Stanley Scott 
Miller, Susan Maurine 
Millerd, Sheila Larue 
Millett, Cheri 



Milliman, Carol Joan 
Mills. David Rex 
Miner, Camilla V. 
Miner, Larry Reed 
Miner, Margery Mae 
Miner, Rosalie 
Mio, Mie Amy 



Mitoray, Roger G. 
Mlaker, Rosemary 
Moake, Marilyn 
Mohler, Gax)- Edward 
Afoniz, Ruth Elaine 
Afonson, Max Chris 
Monson, Julia Lea 



Monson, Ralph Lawrence 
Montana, Artemio Enrique 
Montgomery, John E. 
Montjoy, Roberto 
Moody, Marilyn 
Moore, Erin Mane 
Moore, Helen 



Morales. Michael G. 
Nforgan, Monica Sue 
Morgan. Kar)l 
Morgan. Pamela 
Morgan. Peggy Ann 
Morgan, Stac\- Mack 
Morley, Terry Stewart 



Morrey, Richard Edwin 
Morrill, Arlo 
Morris, Jen Lyn 
Morris, Ranae 
Morris. Ray Elbert 
Atornsc)'. Barbara Ann 
Morrison, Jay Richard 



Moscrip. Barbara Ann 
Moses, Jess Roger 
Mouritsen, Robert K. 
Muck, David Louis 
Muir. Virginia F. 
Muller. Nfargaret Mae 
Muller. Walter G. 



Munns, Ranier Farrell 
Munson, Howard Kent 
Murdock. LuAnn 
Murphy. Paula 
Murphy. Rosalie Ann 
Murray. Deirdre Gay 
Murray, Jean Elyce 



Murray, Kathr\'n 
Musk. Kathryn June 
Myers, Mar)- Jane 
Myers. Lane Alan 
M\crs, Marilyn Helen 
Myers. Vickie Jean 
Nabahe, Kenneth • 



352 



Napper. Cyrus Blake 

Nations, Edward Hieber 

Naumu, Charles Vearl 

Nebeker, Glen Thomas 

Nebeker, Mary Louise 

Nd^eker, Sally Ann 

Neece, Barbara L. 



Nelson, Dennis Ray 

Nelson, Virginia Alice 

Nelson, John William 

Nelson, Lawrence Blain 

Nelson. Lois 

Nelson, Marjorie Alice 

Nelson, Marjone J. 



Nelson, Nancy E. Faust 

Nelson, Stephen Robert 

Nelson, Virginia 

Neville. Pamela Lynn 

Newbold, Linda 

Newman, Joyce Marie 

Nicholes, Kathleen 



Nicholls. David S. 

Nichols, Diane 

Nichols, Patricia Lela 

Nielsen, Clarke B. 

Nielsen. David Edward 

Nielsen, Janice Elaine 

Nielsen, Linda 



Nielsen, Steven Earl 
Nielsen, Therissa 
Nielson, Deon Reed 
Nielson, Jack Wilde 
Nielson, John Allen 
Nielson, Leon James 
Nielson, Randall 




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Niewold, Ellen Carol 

Nilsson, Charlotte 

Nixon, Karen Colette 

Noble, Susan Kaye 

Nolan, Jed Douglas 

Noorlander, Linda S. 

Norman, Clifford Clive 



Norris, Marjorie 

Northrop, Bonnie Joan 

Norton, Neidra Ann 

Nuttall, Laura 

Nuttall, Kathleen 

Nuttall, Phyllis 

Nydegger, Jodi Ann 



Nyman, Stephen K. 

Oakden, Gary Earl 

Oakes, Arnold Terry 

Oakley, Susan Clarene 

Obcrhansly, Colleen 

O'Brien, Scott Eugene 

Odekirk, Toni Kay 



Ogden, Dana Kaye 

Oien, Lorene Janelle 

Oldroyd. Mark Lee 

Olsen, Bonnie Lee 

Olsen. Maynard Robert 

Olsen, Patricia Mae 

Olsen, Taunya 










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Olson, Cheryln 
Olson, Craig Thatcher 
Olson, Ranae 
Olson, Renae 
Olson, Richard Brent 
Olvera, Rafael E. 



ONeil, Margaret Ann 
OnstotC, Judith Ann 
Openshaw, Linda K. 
Oram, Shirley Jeanne 
Oram. Rosemary 
Orgill, Geneva 
Oscarson, Paul Kent 



Ostler, Cunton Lamont 
Oswald. Kenneth Dean 
Otterstrom, Carol Jean 
Ottley. Vivian Agnes 
Outzen, Lois Waddell 
Owen, Evan John 
Pace, Maurio 



Packard, Dan Spencer 
Packer, Beverly Jean 
Packer, Brent Taylor 
Packer, Marita 
Packham, Steven 
Page, Carol Lynn 
Palmer. Michael Dalton 



Palmer, Sally Jane 
Palmer, Sybil 
Palmer, Tayna Kay 
Palmer. William Brent 
Parker, John Richard 
Parker, Justine L. 
Parkin, Sharon Louise 



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Parks, Judith Anne 
Parsons, Carol Lynn 
Patera, Dennis Allen 
Paterson. Doris Jean 
Patten, Jane Roberta 
Patterson, Chesia Lucille 
Patton, William Wayne 



Paul, Constance Jean 
Paul. Sandra Lee 
Paulson, Elsie May 
Pautz, Mary Ann 
Paxman, Patricia K. 
Payne, Carol Ann 
Payne. Patricia Ann 



Payne, Thomas Bradley 
Peak, Joseph Thomas 
Peat. Richard Dennis 
Peay, Carolyn P. 
Peck. Mary Louise 
Pedersen, Kenneth R. 
Pendleton. Lynda Ann 



Pendrey, Paul Richard 
Percival, Alton Dee 
Perkins. Bruce Gentry 
Perriton, Edgar John 
Perry, Lynn Clawson 
Peters. Susan June 
Peters, Vicki Sue 



354 



Petersen, Jr.. Clay I. 

Petersen, JoLynn 

Petersen, Jr., Peter A. 

Peterson, B^rry W. 

Peterson, Diane 

Peterson, Janet 

Peterson, Janet Elaine 



Peterson, Joan 

Peterson, Julia Lynne 

Peterson, Karen Alene 

Peterson, Kent 

Peterson, Marilyn 

Peterson, Molly Kaye 

Peterson, Paulette 



Peterson, Terry Lynn 

Peterson, Vickie D. 

Peterson, Thomas W. 

Petri e, Anne 

Pettingill, Reed Alan 

Pettit, Bryan Lee 

Pexton, Wallace Leon 



Philips, Virginia L. 

Phillips, Elma Jean 

Phillips, Doris Lonita 

Phillips, Jocelyn Kay 

Phillips, Judith D. 

Phillips, Norman R. 

Phillips, Jr.. Richard A. 



Pick, Randolph Lewis 

Pico, Tristan Randall 

Pierce, Janet 

Pierce, Lillie Kate 

Pierce, Nancy Ellen 

Pierce, Richard Duane 

Pierson, Jud 



Pinckard, Ethelyn E. 

Pineda, Frances 

Pinkston, Susan Ann 

Piper, Michael Wayne 

Pitcher, Jan 

Pitts, Janet 

Place, Doug 



Place, Sharon Lee 

Player, Barbara Leone 

Plumb, Sherry Lynn 

Pocock, Kent Richard 

Poll, Kathleen 

Pollard, Roena 

Polly, Kenneth Edward 



Pope, Jeanne Ann 

Port, Scott 

Porter, Edwin Garth 

Porter, James Martin 

Porter, Patricia Ann 

Porter, Sue Ann 

Post, Barbara Beth 



Potter, Mary Kaye 

Powers, Dale M. 

Powers, Lydia Lockett 

Pratt. Amy Christine 

Pratt, Cynthia Annette 

Pratt, Gregory James 

Pratt, Magaret Grace 



Prescott, Carraa Jean 

Pressler, Natalie 

Price, Carolyn Kay 

Price, Karen Elizabeth 

Price, Mary Jane 

Price, Patricia Lynne 

Price, Sharon Lynne. 




355 




Price, Stephen 
Popkes, Marsha Jean 
Price, William C. 
Prickett, Brenda Marie 
Prina, Robert Elden 
Prince, Clark Francis 
Prinstcr, Timothy C. 



Prows, Kathleen 
Pruden, Judy Kaye 
Prusse, Kathleen 
Przbyla, Michael John 
Purcell, Carol Ann 
Purdon, Patricia L. 
Quarnberg, Patsy Jean 



Quayle, Lucille 
Quinn, Robert Edward 
Radebaugh, Lyn 
Ralstin, Steven Dean 
Ralston, Patricia M. 
Randolph, Sheron Y. 
Rands, Lawrence David 



Rands, Steven Leslie 
Rankin. Darla Jean 
Ransom, Peggy Jo 
Raper, Karen Elaine 
Rasmussen, Ann 
Rasmussen, Jane 
Rasmussen, Kathleen A. 



Rasmussen, Miriam 
Rasmussen, Paula 
Rasmussen, Jr., Ralph W. 
Rawlings, William Roy 
Rawlins, Linda Jean 
Rawlinson, Don H. 
Ray, Melvin J. 



Ray, Mary Susan 
Ray, Vonda 
Reading. Kenneth M. 
Reay, Neil Gordon 
Redd, Don Sperry 
Reece, Linda Kay 
Reeder, Kathleen 



Rees, Diane 
Reese, John AUman 
Reese, Paul Lyman 
Reeves, Cheryl E. 
Reeves, Sandra Lee 
Regenscheit, Nancy M. 
Regula, Dianne Frances 



Reid, Lynda Gail 
Reid, Robin 
Reinhold, Brian Deloy 
Reinking, Jeffrey Carl 
Rekar, Rosemary Lee 
Remington, Ann 
Remley, Alice Jan 



Renell, Elaine 
Reynolds. Marybeth 
Reynolds, Shern Lynn 
Rice, Kermit Clint 
Rice. Valerie Jean 
Rice. William Ronald 
Rich, Darlene 



Richardson, Donna Sue 
Richardson, Gail Diane 
Richardson. George Paul 
Richardson. Howes D. J. 
Richardson, Linda Lee 
Riches, Sherry Lynne 
Richins. Karen Jean 



356 




Roberts, Kathleen Rose 

Roberts, Lon Jackson 

Robertson, Charles L. 

Robertson, Charlet Lee 

Robins, Drew Bingham 

Robinson, Alta Sue 

Robinson, Daphne Ann 



Robinson, Jeanette D. 

Robinson, Merrillee V. 

Robinson, Wanda Beth 

Robison, Pamela Sue 

Rockwell, Bonnie M. 

Rogers, Ada Lou 

Rogers, Gayle 



Rogers, George Bruce 

Rogers, Linda Gayle 

Rogerson, John M. 

Roland, Jill 

Rolph, Earlene Jennie 

Romand, Jon August 

Romans, Gregory Lee 



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Romero, Pauline 


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Ross, Nan Louise 





Ross, Timothy 
Ross, Wendell David 
Roth, Sandra Lee 
Rothe, Joanne Louise 
Rother, Carla Lucille 
Rounds, Carolyn 
Roundy, Dennis Paul 



Rowberry, Jon Henry 

Rowe, John Tarbet 

Rowe, Lauana Kaye 

Rowland, Gloria Jean 

Rowley, Keith D. 

Royall, Dianne 

Royce, Michael Alan 



Ruggles, Ronald Wray 
Rumpf, Mary Susanne 
Runyon, David Midiael 
Ruring, DaLerna May 
Russell, Harley Robert 
Russell, Robert Allan 
Russon, Marcia Lucille 




357 










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Rust. MarvinThomas 
Rulter, William Forry 
Rymer. Knsti Ruth 
Rytting, Clydene 
Sabey, Paul Glenn 
Sabey, Janice 
Sabey, Sandra 



Sadler, A. Eugene 
Sagers. Mary Anna 
Sakai, Dan I. 
Salim, Rouzben 
Samiee, Saeed 
Sampson, Dean H. 
Sampson, Dixie L. 



Sanders, Jerry Michael 
Sanders, Teresa 
Sather, Nels Mario 
Sauer, Barbara Gale 
Saunders. Katherme R- 
Saur, Pamelin Susanna 
Savage, Marjorie Jane 



Sa2ue, Nancy Kathryn 
Scalph. Nancy Sharon 
Schade, Kenneth Kirk 
Schenk. Greg Frederick 
Schiess, Sharon Kay 
Schofield. Mary Ellen 
Scholz, Albert Krueger 



Schorr, John William 
Schumacher, Robert J. 
Schweitzer. Karen Lee 
Schwendiman, Dwight P. 
Scoffield, Blanche C. M. 
Scott. Gordon Kent 
Scott. Nancy Ruth 



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Scott, Richard Keith 
Scott, Robert Oswald 
Sealey, Shannon M. 
Searle, Loretta 
Sears. Lynden W. 
Sebald, Susan Lynn 
Sedwick, Kerry Brent 



Seeley, Joan Lynn 
Seeman. Russell Elmer 
Segerstedt, Marilyn H. 
Sego. Rodne)' Rexford 
Sego, Virginia L. 
Seiler, Carol Jeanne 
Sekiya, Floyd Tadao 



Self. Har\ey Richard 
Serrano, Angela R. 
Severeide, Steve Lars 
Severson, Lawrence L. 
Shafer. Susan V. 
Shakespeare, William O. 
Shane, Michael George 



Sharpe, Janet Lorraine 
Shaw, James Earl 
Sheffer, Rosalie L. 
Shepherd, Sandra 
Shepherd, Sharon Lee 
Sherwood, Adrienne E. 
Shields, John Da\'id 



358 



Shih, Sue Shuh Huey 

Shingleton, Selma Ann 

Shmkle, Eldon Dwane 

Shiozawa, Jo Ellen 

Shipp, Robert Steele 

Shirts, Jack Reed 

Shirzad, Khosrow 



Showgren, Eric Conrad 

Shuey. Pamela J. 

Shuman, Jr.. James Grant 

Shurtleff, Lou Jean 

Shurtleff, Norene 

Shurts, Eugene F. 

Sibley, Douglas Paul 



Sidwell, Stephen M. 

Silk. Susan Carol 

Silva, Susan Elizabeth 

Simmons, Ann Elizabeth 

Simmons, Julia Melissa 

Simons, Petie Eugenie 



Simper, Pamela Laura 

Sims, Laraine Sigrid 

Sirrine, Donna Jean 

Sisson, David Michael 

Siu, Katherine Wing L 

Sjoblom, Maxilee 

Skinner, Klee L. 



Skow, Karen Kathleen 

Slater, Mary Ethel 

Slobodian, Robert Paul 

Slocum. Katherine J. 

Smart, Dorothy Ann 

Smart. Kathleen G. 

Smart, Paul Floyd 



Smiley, Nanci Lee 

Smith, Annette Alice 

Smith, Barbara June 

Smith, Carol Agnes 

Smith, Carolyn Louise 

Smith, Christine Alene 

Smith, Dale Andelin 



Smith, Diane 

Smith, Duane H. 

Smith, Ernest Dale 

Smith, Eric John 

Smith, Evelyn 

Smith, Fern Alice 

Smith, Gerald Walter 



Smith, Gloria Ann 

Smith, James Jay 

Smith, Jean 

Smith, Karen 

Smith, Leslie 

Smith, Linda Jo 

Smith, Max Wayne 



Smith, Nancy 

Smith. Gary Noel 

Smith, Pauline 

Smith, Ronald Jay 

Smith, Roy Vernon 

Smith, Rosetta 

Smith, Sherry Lee 



Smith, Sherry Valine 

Smith. Stephen Mark 

Smith, Stewart Eugene 

Smith, Thomas Preston 

Smith, Virginia Sue 

Smurthwaite, Susan Ann 

Smyth, Chester Kemp 




359 



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Snow, Curtis Lee 
Snow, George King 
Snow, Jan Lenore 
Soderborg, Ruth Jean 
Sommerfeldt, Daniel M. 
Sorensen, Carolyn Lee 
Sorensen, Chad Brent 



Sorensen, Jeanne 
Sorensen. Karen L. 
Sorensen, Robert W. 
Sorensen, Sheila Kay 
Sorensen, Susan Rae 
Sorenson, Frank Orvil 
Sorrell, Victoria 



Southworth, James C. 
Sowby, Carole Jane 
Spackman, Dennis Paul 
Spagenski, Diane P. 
Speakman, Sue Anne 
Spencer, Marie 
Spencer, Norman Lloyd 



Spencer, Paulette Anne 
Spendal, Paul Anthony 
Spendlove, E. Maria 
Spilsbury, Marie 
Spittler, Gail Karen 
Sponseller, Karen R. 
Spracklin, Wayne D. 



Sproul, Christine 
Sproul, Jerry Kenneth 
Sproul, Nedra 
Scjuires, Lorin Earl 
Stagg, Terry C. 
Staley, John David 
Standage, Kay 



Standing, Martha Lynne 
Stanford, Marion 
Stanger, Nancy Lynn 
Stanley, Leslie Ann 
Staples, Ann Lorraine 
Stapley, DeAnna 
Stark, Sherilyn Irene 



Starr, Jonathan C. 
Stay, Randall William 
Steele, Thomas Steward 
Stein, Bonnie Bea 
Stelluti, James 
Stentzel. Sydney Layne 
Stephens, Dale Scott. 



Stephens, Mary Alice 
Stephensen. Judy Ann 
Stephenson, Gwen 
Stephenson, Sharon L 
Stephenson, Suzanne 
Sterzik, Christiane 
Stettler, Annette 



Stevens, Annette T. 
Stevens, Carl Denton 
Stevens, Danny Ross 
Stevens, Marjorie Lynn 
Stevenson, Craig Emii 
Stewart, Lynne Arminta 
Stocking, Calvin Craig 



Stockwell, Robert Alan 
Stock"weIl, Virginia S. 
Stoddard. Jacqueline M. 
Stone, Susan 
Stone, William Jack 
Storey. Carol Mary 
Storrs, Karen Lee 



360 



Storrs, Sharon 
Stout, Carol Lee 

Strate, Eric S. 

Strate, Janeva 

Stratton, Ann 
Strickland, David O. 
Strode, Michael Ross 



Strong, J. Niel 

Strong, Robert Jack 

Stroud, Doris Ann 

Struhs, Linda June 

Struve. Kenneth W. 

Studebaker, Charlene E. 



Stutznegger, Julie 

Suggs, Charles L. 

Sullivan, Noel Clyde 

Sullivan, Susan 

Summerhays, Briant 

Summers, Susan Dianne 

Sundrud, Reed Bruce 



Swain, Sanda Jeanne 

Swanson, Lavern G. 

Sweat, Dorsey Maxwell 

Swenson, FCristina 

Swenson, Mary Ann 

Swope, Michele 

Sylvester, Diedri K. 



Symons, Jan Kay 

Sympson, Judy Kay 

Tadje, Jacqueline Ann 

Talbot, Julie Marlene 

Tanner, Cleora Jane 

Tangren, Nancy Ann 

Tanner, John Harvey 








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Taylor, Allan Grant 

Taylor, Clinta Deanne 

Taylor, David Arthur 

Taylor, Dayna Kay 

Taylor, Fred Ralph 

Taylor, Gary Charles 

Taylor, Genieve 




Taylor, Jacqueline M. 

Taylor, John Henderson 

Taylor, Julie Anne 

Taylor, Kathy 

Taylor, Kristin Ruth 

Taylor, Lynne Marlene 

Taylor. Morris Lee 



Taylor, Patricia Ann 

Taylor, Sheryl 

Taylor, Sylvia 

Taylor, Tanya 

Taylor, Timothy Kent 

Taylor, Tom 

Taylor, Wayne Scott 



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Tebbs, Linda Sue 
Tenney. Sandra Fern 
Terry, Vivian M. 
Thatcher, Donald J. 
Thatcher. Joyce Marie 
Thayn, Stephanie June 



Thiemann, Richard C. 
Thomas, David Merrill 
Thomas, Janet Marie 
Thomas, Karen Mildred 
Thomas, Margaret M. 
Thomas, Sheri Lea 
Thomas, Stephen Grant 



Thomassian, Sabah D. 
Thompson, Andrew Robert 
Thompson, Barbara 
Thompson. Byron Delmus 
Thompson, Dean 
Thompson, Douglas F. 
Thompson, Lamar Daxrell 



Thompson, Lois Anne 
Thompson, Patsy Ruth 
Thomson, Cheryl J. 
Thorn, Robyn Lee 
Thornock, Gloria 
Thornton. Trent C. 
Thorpe, Donald Anthony 



Thueson, Dennis Ford 
Tibbitts, Thomas Allen 
Tidball, Gaye 
Tingey, Judith K. 
Tlustek, Heinjuergen H. 
Todd, Marca Jeane 
ToUefson, Ronald W. 



FRESHMEN 



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Tollstrup. Vicki 
Tolman, Kristie 
Tolman, Ina Lynne 
Tolman, Pamela Jo 
Tolman, Thomas Lee 
Tomlinson, Diana P. 
Torbet, Linda Carol 



Toronto. Roger Fred 
Townsend, Lynda Ann 
Tripp, Marsha Rae 
Troxei, Nola Jane 
Trunnell, Merradyth A. 
Tucker, Ronald Tom 
Tuckfield, Mary Ann 



Tuft, Gerr)' Wayne 
Tufts, Trudy 

Tummins, Karen Maureen 
Turley, Carolyn 
Turley, John Newell 
Turner, Robert Duke 
Turner, Ross Donaldson 



Turner, Susanne 
Turner, Tom Neil 
Turpin, Larry Bruce 
Tuttle, Lewis Allen 
Twitty. Michael H. 
Tyre. Kenneth Andrew 
Udall, Steven Michael 



362 



Uhl, Deborah Ann 

Uibel, Frederick Brent 

Valentine, Cristina R. 

Van Deburg, Marsha S. 

Vandemaele, Judith L. 

Vander Kooi, Barbara A. 

Vanderstek, Jennifer L. 



Van Dorn, Michael Kaye 

Van Leuven, Edmond Wayne 

Van Newkirk, Bonnie J. 

Van Orden, Bruce A. 

Van Rensselaer, Francine K. 

Van >X''agoner, Richard S. 

Van Wert, Frednc R. 



Varney, Nadine 

Vaughn. Kathleen 

Vernon, Philip 

Vonk. Ronald Arie 

Waddoups, Venice C. 

Wade, Gary L. 

Wade, Gene Davida 



Wadleigh. Margaret E. 

Wagner, Richard G. 

Wainwright, Charles William 

Waite, Janet 

Walbeiser, Mary Lue 

Walden, Karen Ella 

Waido. Willard Dean 



Waldron, Gary G. 

Walk, JoAnn Marie 

Walker, Carol Ann 

Walker, Darlene 

Walker, Janice 

Walker, Kenneth Murray 

Walker, Ponda Jean 



Walker, Ruth Ardeane 
Walker. Wayne Allyn 
Wall, Carol Ann 
Wall, Timothy Patrick 
Wallace, Laura Beth 
Walles, James Donald 
Wallis, Elizabeth Ann 



Wallis. James Edwin 

Walsh .Robert Andrew 

Walter, Richard Martin 

Walters, Drucilla P. 

Walters, Peggy Ann 

Wanic, Toni Kay 

Ward, David Bruce 



Ward, Forest Clifton 

Ward, Ilene 

Ward, Steven Larry 

Wardell, Sandra Diane 

Ware, Claudia Raye 

Wariner, Bonnie Sue 

Warner, Rhodonna 



Warr, John Lynn 

Wasden, John R. 

Wasden, Philip Asay 

Washburn, Geraldine 

Washburn, Susan 

Waters, Janice 

Waters, Sidney Willard 



Watko, Gerhard Alfred 

Watson, Lynne 

Watson, Reid Leron 

Weaver, Russell Jay 

Webb, Linda 

Webb, Linda Patricia 

Webb, Margo 




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Webb, Marva 
Webb. Stanley Jay 
Webb. William Earl 
Webecke. Laraine Kay 
Weber. Thomas Lee 
Webster, Susan Cheryl 
Webster, Terry Clinton 
Weight. Merrill LeMar 



Welch, Annette 
Welch, John Woodland 
Wellf itz. Siegfried D. 
Wells, Patricia L. 
Wendelboe, Mark T, 
West. Bradley Alan 
West. Lerona Eilleen 
West Loraine 



West, Marilyn j. 
Westcott, Linda L. 
Westenskow. Karen Ann 
Westenskow, Loren Dale 
Wester, Betty Jean 
Wcstover. Susan Denise 
Weyerman, David Jones 
Wheat. Judith Ann 



Wheelwright, Laura E. 
Whisenant, John Douglas 
Whitaker, Sandra Lee 
White Alana 
White, Dianne 
White, Henry Nathaniel 
White. Janet Ruth 
White, Phyllis Ruth 



White, Susan Linda 
White, William Joe 
Whiteley. Osburn Kent 
Whitlock. Rae Lee 
Whitne)'. Terrence M. 
Whittaker, Connie Jo 
Whitlaker, Russell L. 
Whyte, Lynn K. 



Wickham, Anna Marie 
Wickman. Christine Ann 
Wiener. Robert Michael 
Wighlman. Cheryl Linn 
Wilcox. Keith Linford 
Wilcox, Maureen M. 
Wilde. Alan Roe 
Wilker, Patricia 



Wilkin. Brian Robert 
Willard. Robert Glen 
Willey. Kathryn Susan 
Williams. Bill Lance 
Williams, Bonnie Lee 
Williams, DeAnn 
Williams, Donald Lynn 
Williams, J. Hugh 



Williams, fames Daniel 
Williams, Jeanne 
Williams, Judy Lynn 
Williams. Kathleen 
Williams. Kendall H. 
Williams, Linda Lee 
Williams, L. Jay 
Williams, Marilyn Lila 



Williams, Martha K. 
Williams. Shirley Leon 
Williams, Ted Lorimer 
Willson. Marcheta L. 
Wilson. Carl Benjamin 
Wilson. Carolyn Ann 
Wilson, David L. 
Wilson, Donna Lee 



Wilson, Joyce Louise 
Wilson, Katherine 
Wilson. Kathleen 
Wilson. Marjorie L. 
Wilson, Wanda Lynne 
Wilt. Peter James 
Winder. Kenneth Alan 
Windham, Sharon Elaine 



Winkler, Philip Watts 
Winn. Penny Irene 
Winn, Rex Johnson 
Winspear, Marcie Deon 
Winston Lynett Gay 
Winward, Michael Robin 
Wirth. Steve Corbett 
Wismcr, Michel Lynn 



364 



Witkin. Jill Barbara 

Witman, Wynn Randall 

Wolfe, Mary Elizabeth 

Woltz, Ralph Edgar 

Wood, Anne 

Wood, Lewis Jay 

Wood, Nanette Ellen 

Wood, Roger Stevens 



Wood, Sherry Marie 

Woodard, Pauline 

Woodberry, Mary Vadna 

Woodcock, Mary Jane 

Woods, Daria Rae 

Woods, Kenneth Francis 

Woods, Trudy Mae 

Woolf. Diane 



Woolley. Karen 

Woolley, Kenneth M. 

Woolman. Jeanne Marie 

Worlton, Susan 

Worlton, Thomas H. 

Worthen, Barbara 

Worthen. Vicki Lee 

Worthington, Juanita K. 



WothersfTOOn, Janice M. 

Wright. Christine A. 

Wright, Christine Lee 

Wright, Janet Susan 

Wright, Joyce 

Wright, Kenneth Larsen 

Wright, Michael Ann 

Wright, Susan E, 



Wroldsen, Barbara Ann 

Wyatt, Charlotte Alyne 

Wynder. Carolyn 

Wynder, Norma Jean 

Yancey, Arvilla Ann 

Yancey, Karia Ann 

Yancey, Norene 

Yost, Fred Lee 




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Young. Anita Louise 

Young, DeForrest Orval 

Young, Edward Gilbert 

Young, Judith 

Young. Marjorie 

Young, Mary Margaret 

Young Suzette Louise 

Young, Sylvia D. 



Young, William Thomas 

Zak, Darlene Janice 

Zaugg. Noel Stringham 

Zaugg, Rodney Paul 

Zeidman, Danny 

Zetterower, Lucy Tenzy 

Zimmerman, Gayle P. 

Zindel, Polly 



Brown, LouAnn 

Corbin, David Randall 

Ellison, Linda Kay 

Frandsen, Ronald M. 

Gardner, Margaret Ann 

Gillette. Gay 

James, Connie Yvette 

Larsen, Kelli Denise 



Lawrence, Martha L. 

Passey, Steve Frank 

Reinhart, Mary Lynn 

Taggart. John Charles 

Taylor, Sharon Ann 

Waddelle, William Henry 

Wallace, Stephen K. 

Williams, Mavis Luella 








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SOPHOMORE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Front rotr: Jerry Callister, Execu- 
tive Assistant; Clark Christensen, Business Manager; Brent Anderson, Senator; Gloria 
Van Dyke, Secretary; David Hutchings, President; Delmar Williams, V. P.; Lou Dredge, 
Senator; Mark Lau, Senator. Secon^i row: Linda Pales, Judy Baugh, Helen GiUer, 
Karen Callister, Beverly Johnson, Cheryl Hayman, Karen Otteson, Judi Taylor, 
Vicki Brown, Gloria Haymore, Kathy Brian. Thmi row: Lee Ann Reeve, Lee Ann 
Wilsted, Laura Lee, Diane Call, Clare Campbell, Staccie Jensen, Connie Fox, Marie 
Clark, Pat Mann. Fourlh row: Cam Caldwell, Jean Blaser, Dawn Hall, Ann Whiting, 
Vicki' Stapley, Kathleen Jolly, Tom Davis, Carolyn Tueller, Howard Hamilton. Back 
row: Theron Robison, Dale Lincoln, Terry Cluff, Russell Booth, Dick Circuit, Stan 
Albrecht, Mark Belliston. Absent; Lynn Southam, Senator; Brenda Smith, Ruth 
Thompson. 



X\ powder blue "Moonlight Carou- 
sel" with stately, silhouetted horses 
transformed the Wilkinson Center Ball- 
room into the setting for the first Au- 
tumn Ball of the school year at the 
annual Sophomore Cotillion. Another 
sophomore sponsored activity was a 
class party where bright yellow tags 
telling the theme for the evening "Meet 
a Sophomore," were passports to enjoy- 
ment as members of the class took over 
the Wilkinson Center for games, mov- 
ies, dancing, and making acquaintances 
during the stag evening. 

For the week of Homecoming, the 
sophomores entered a float in the par- 
ade, walking away with forth place, and 
also sponsored the popular hootenanny 
one evening during the five days of 
excitement. Support by the members of 
the active class was so great during 
Competition Week that the second year 
students copped the coveted first prize. 
A Welcome Back Dance and an entry 
in the Skits-o-frantic competition came 
later in the year, but perhaps the crown- 
ing glory for the group arrived as a 
result of the effort and talent of Marie 
Peterson in composing the song "Home 
is Where the Heart Is," for Songfest. 
The sophomores won the sweepstakes 
with trophies for audience appeal and 
the best mixed group. 




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OFFICERS: Dave Hutchings, president; Gloria Van Dyke, secretary; Del Williams, 
vice president. 



Studentbody President Bruce Olsen presents Sophomore Class President Dave 
Hutchings with the trophy for first place in Class Competition Week. 



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Aarnos, Joupi Samuli 
Abel. Eileen Mary 
Abrath, Paul Lincoln 
Adair, Michael David 
Adams, David Michael 
Adams, Dianne Lucille 
Ahlstrom. Paul W. 



Ahrens, Glenn David 
Albrecht. David Stuart 
Albright, Sharon Joyce 
Alder, Arlo Max 
Alder, Jeffrey Marion 
Alder, Joann 
Alder, Susan Janice 



Alexander, Evelyn 
Alldredge. Fay 
Allen. Diana Lynnett 
Allen, Janice M. 
Allen. Judith 
Allmendinger, Susan 
Allred, Daniel Martin 



Allred, Deanne 
Allred, Joan 
Allred, Judy Ann 
Allred. Raund Lynn 
Allred, Zelva Arlene 
Altman. Bonnie Gayle 
Alvey. Wallace Richard 



Anderson. Coreen 
Anderson, Duane Brent 
Anderson, Edith Eileen 
Anderson. Judith 
Anderson, Leon Richard 
Anderson, Margo 
Anderson, Patricia 



Armstrong. Bruce Vern 
Arnold, Kathleen 
Arrowsmith. Donald S. 
Asay. Cheryl Fay 
Asay. Julie 

Asay. LaVerne Merline 
Ash, Amma Laquata 



Astle, Dianne Gale 
Atkinson, Ruth 
Auger, Mary 
Auger. Steve S. 
Austin, Claire 
Awe, Fredrick Rexford 
Ayres. Carol Ann 



Babbel. Bernalin 
Bachman. Danel Wayne 
Bair. Jerry Curtis 
Baird, Beverly June 
Baker. Bill 
Baker. Claire 
Baker, Kaye 



Baker, Suzanne Ruth 
Baldwin, Ann Marie 
Ball. Susan Rae 
Ballard, Cheryl L. 
Bangerter, Lee Ann 
Barbato. Valerie B. 
Barker. Cheryl Faye 



Barnett. Mar)- 
Barnum, Roger Verl 
Barraclough. Linda Maureen 
Barrett. Michael J. 
Barstow, Lorraine Lee 
Bartholomew, Joyce- Lee 
Bartlett. Barrj- LaMar 



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Bartlett, James Worley 

Barton, Judith Ann 

Bartschi, Larry Roger 

Bash, Steven Edward 

Basinger, Joanne Marie 

Baugh, Gary Evan 

Baugh, Judy Lorace 



Baxter. Ahson May 

Baxter, Bette Lorene 

Baxter, Gail Marlene 

Beagley, William G. 

Bear, Juleen Ann 

Behunin, Ann 

Behunin, Oral 



Belnap, David Alan 

Bennett, Carole 

Bennett, Nancy Gail 

Bennett, Raymond 

Bennett, Sandra M. 

Benschneider, Donald C. 

Berger, Marianne 



Berrey, Carol Jean 

Bessey, David Jay 

Best, Benjamin Palmer 

Bethers, Linda 

Bevans, Russell Dean 

Biddulph, Kathleen Vicki 

Bingham, Bruce Ashby 



Bingham, Claudia Marie 

Bingham. Kathryn Joan 

Bingham, Lawana 

Bingham, Lloyd Earl 

Bishop, Lawrence Howard 

Bishop, Linda Ann 

Bishop, Rock Burton 







SOPHOMORES 



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Bishop, Richard Harold 

Bitner, Carol Rose 

Black, Mary Jane 

Blacker, Louise 

Blair, Boyd 

Blake, Cheryl Joan 

Blake, Karl Bevan 



Blanchard, Donald E. 

Blank, Linda Lou 

Blumell, Marina J. 

Bodily, Marilla A. 

Boley, Kent Breinholt 

Bonell, Susan Gay 

Bonner, Linda 



Boren, Jack D. 

Boren, Marilyn Faith 

Boren, Sylvia Virginia 

Bork, Ronald Gregory 

Borrowman, Leah Ranae 

Boulton, Douglas Gene 

Bowen, Linda 



Bowman, Nancy Ellen 

Boyce, Dianne 

Boyce, Max W. 

Boyer, Michael Keith 

Bradbury, Joseph S. 

Bradfield, Challis L. 

Bradford, Kent Hansen 




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Bradford, Lynn Eugene 
Bradley, James Dawson 
Bradley, Joyce Nell 
Braithwaite. Sydnie Ann 
Bramwell, Patrice 
Bray. Robert M. 
Brazzeal, Wallace C. 



Brenning, Audrey 
Briggs, Gaye Lee 
Briggs, Stanley S. 
Brimhall, Martha Lynne 
Brinton, Marilyn 
Broderick, Dillard S. 
Brooks, Steven Donald 



Brough, Janet 
Brow, Mary Lynne 
Brown, Clara Louise 
Brown, Janice Louise 
Brown, Joanne Kjar 
Brown, Leslie LaPrele 
Brown, Ralph S, 



Brown, Ross Clyde 
Brunson. Kathleen S. 
Bryars, Jeanne 
Bryson, Britt William 
Buckmiller, Ruth L. 
Buckner, Robert E, 
Buddenhagen, June Ruth 



Buirgy, Jane Elinor 
Bunnell, Ann 
Bunnell, Susan 
Burgin, Dennis Eugene 
Burgon, Shauna 
Burkhalter, Charles W. 
Burkhart, Bruce Edgar 



SOPHOMORES 



Br to Co 




Burningham, Mary Lynn 
Burns, Karen Louise 
Burns, Terry Odell 
Burnside. George H. 
Burrup, Beverly Lynne 
Burtenshaw, Trudy 
Burton, Dixie Louise 



Burton, Martha E. 
Burton, Stephen Joseph 
Butler. Cherlyn Joyce 
Butcher, Janet Gale 
Calder, Sally Joyce 
Caldwell, Cam 
Call. Dale Schuyler 



Call. Diane 
Call. Lynn Smith 
Call, Michel L. 
Camp, Jan A Hyson 
Campbell, Clare Ann 
Campbell. Jacqueline B. 
Cardon, Boyd Louis 



Carleton, Delia D. 
Carlson, Carolyn Ellen 
Carlson, Glenda 
Carlson, Marilyn Fern 
Carlson. Sherman A. 
Carr, Ruth Ann 
Carris, Charles Arthur 



370 



Carroll, Joyce 

Carroll. Raymond F. 

Cartwright, Sharron G. 

Casper, Darlene 

Caumon. Gail Rochelle 

Cavalheiro, Rubens D. 

Ceder Strom .Patricia 



Chamberlain, Dennis D. 

Chamberlain, K. Douglas 

Chapman, Judith Ann 

Chantrill, James Arlan 

Chatwin, Donna Marie 

Charles, Hugh M. 

Cheney, Darrell Lee 



Cheney, Kathleen Gayle 

Cheney Smart, Lynda 

Cheng, Brian 

Cherry, Sharlene 

Chipman, Jim 

Christensen, Annette 

Christensen, Blayne H. 



Christensen, Heber Clark 
Christensen, James A. 
Christensen, J. Dee 
Christensen. Melvin J. 
Christensen, Patricia 
Christensen, W^ayne L. 
Christensen, W. Brent 



Christiansen, James T. 

Circuit, Richard K. 

Clark, Glenn Marco 

Clark, Marie Norma 

Clark, Margaret Ann 

Clark. Philip C 

Clark. Susan 



Clarke, Joe Eston 

Clarke, Katherine A. 

Clarke, Marietta 

Clarke, Renee Susan 

Clausen, Michael Boye 

Clausen, Yetta Oldgard 

Clawson, Michael Allen 



Clawson, William H. 

Clayton, Barbara Agnes 

Clayton, Marilyn 

Clayton, Ralph Taylor 

Clegg, Darlene C. 

Clemens. Carolyn M. 

Clements, Michael Reid 



Cluff, Murray M. 

Cluff, Terry Brent 

Coats, Ellen Marie 

Cobabe. Jane Elizabeth 

Colbert, Johnnie Faye 

Coles, Bonnie Kae 

Colgrove, Carol Ann 



Collier, Carol Lynn 

Collins, Cathy Aria 

Conger, Kathleen Gay 

Conkling, Virginia Kay 

Conn, Marcie Karen 

Conrad, D. Roger 

Converse. Karen Marie 



Cook, Edith Kay 

Copeland, Ernestine Diane 

Copeland, James Dwayne 

Corbridge, Nancy Marie 

Cornaby. Camille Marie 

Corry, Steven Decker 

Cook, Anita Jean 




371 




Cottreil, Paula Diana 
Coulam, Marilyn 
Cowden, William M. 
Cox. Veda Christine 
Craig, Martha Jeanne 
Crandall, Mary Jane 
Crane, Carol Lee 



Crane, Wilma 

C raner, Anne 

( ranford, Judy Laraine 

Crawford, Harold Clark 



Crego, Kathryn 
Crockett, Don 
Crockett, Lynn 



Crockett. Margaret R. 
Croft, Roger G. 
Crofts, Marcia Claire 
Crowley, Clarence Clay 
Crum, Robert Wayne 
Culley, Mary Jane 
CuHimore, Owen Stanley 



Curley, Mary S. 
Curran, Douglas M. 
Daniels, Courtney R. 
Danielson, Trudy A. 
Dastrup, Delcie Elaine 
Daugherty. Larry C. 
Davidson, Joseph D. 



Davies. Judith Ann 
Davis, Carolyn 
Davis, Jane Naomi 
Davis, Richard John 
Dawson, Leonard Alfred 
Dean, Louise 
Dean, Patricia Darlene 



Dearman, Diana Claire 
Delaney, Donna Marie 
DeLange, Vanya 
DeVauIt. Christie J. 
Dennett. Virginia 
Deschamps, Paula Ann 
DeSemple, Linda Marie 



Dial. Mike 
Diddy. Sandy Gail 
Dinger, Marilyn 
Dingess, Judith Carol 
Dixon. Judith Ann 
Dixon. Lillian Sue 
Dixon. Ronald Dean 



Dover, Keith Allan 
Doxey. Sharlee 
Drawhorn, Eugenia Laurie 
Dredge, Louis Stephen 
Drummond. Edward L. 
Duffin, Elaine 
Duffin, Joyce 



Erwin, Janet Louise 
Esperson. Donald Carl 
Evans, Judith Audra 
Evans, Mary Kay 
Evans, Mary Louise 
Everett, Ronald Malan 
Fabrizio, Toni Dianne 



Facer, Kathleen 

Fairbanks, Stephen L. 
Pales. Linda Mar)' 
Falslev, Arlcne 
Farley. Leona Berdine 
Farnsworth, Richard J. 
Farr, Carole 



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Farreli, Jack Charles 

Fawson, Kenneth Darw^in 

Felsted, Darlene Rae 

Felts, Marshall Fred 

Fielding, Karen 

Finlinson, Rose Ann 

Fish, Leon Elliot 



Fisher, James Robert 

Fisher, Nanc)- Joyce 

Fitzgerald, Geraldine 

Flowers, Minnie Irene 

Ford, Carolyn Joyce 

Ford, Susan Natalie 

Fosse, John Carl 



Foster, Celia Ann 

Fowler, Antoinette 

Fox, Connie Mae 

Fox, James 

Franklin, Nanc}- Sue 

Frederick, David M. 

Freeman, Kaye 



Freeman, Roger David 

Frehner, Clyde Randall 

Fry, Raymond Daniel 

Fuller, Carolyn Irene 

Funk, Craig 

Funk, Mona La Von 

Gabbott, Cheryl Lea 



Gaby, Lewis P., II 

Gailcy, Catherine Sue 

Galbraith, Bruce H. 

Galbraith, Bruce John 

Gale, Kenneth Raymond 

Gallacher, Jerold I. 

Gammell, Diane 




SOPHOMORES 



Co to Go 



Gammell, Elizabeth Ann 

Gardner, Erma Norene 

Gardner, Keith 

Gardner. Levier Henry 

Gardner, Zoe Ann 

Gaskill, Linda Ann 

Gates, Carol Verona 



Gee, Helen 

Geldmacher, David 

George, Robert Gordon 

Gerber, A. Grant 

Gerischer, Val Roy 

Gertsch, Paul Lawrence 

Giaugue, Robert Hughes 



Gibbons, Teddie E. 

Gibbs, Richard Wesley 

Giles. Joseph Fred 

Giles, Rebecca Lynn 

Gilgen, Deborah 

Gilliam, Vivian Jonell 

Gillmore, Donald A. 



Ginn, Wanda Kay 

Gjevre, Dawn Marie 

Glenn. Harold Steven 

Godfrq', Valerie Jean 

Goldin, Rebecca Sue 

Good, Judith Ann 

Goodrich, Morris D. 




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Goodwin, ■Nanq' 
Goss, Ruth Phyllis 
Goulding, Lee Payson 
Graeber, Susan Gordon 
Graff, Charles Terry 
Graham, Rozalynne Dee 
Grant, Catherine Jean 



Grant, Susan Nell 
Gray. Ellen Jeanenne 
Gray, Sally 

Graybeal Jr., Ronnie L. 
Greaves, Patricia 
Greaves, Paul Rand 
Green, Edward James 



Green, Margie 
Green, Patsy Sharon 
Greene, Addison Kent 
Gregof)', Garald Rex 
Griffin, Marian Holly 
Griffiths Deralyn Kay 
Griffiths, Rex King 



Griggs, Vaughn Pratt 
Groberg, Elizabeth 
Grow, Karleen Dame 
Grow. Sondra Reva 
Gubler, Pamela 
GuUekson, Gail E. 
Gute, John P. 



Hackett, Barbara Jean 
Haag, Pamela Jean 
Hall, Charlene Ronnell 
Hall. Dawn 
Hall, Linda Jean 
Hall, Marjorie 
Hall, Mary Frances 



SOPHOMORES 



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Hall, Robert Evan 
Halladay. Clare A. 
Hacking, George Alfred 
Hale. Renee 
Hale. Tanya 
Hales. David Albert 
Hales, Mar)' Ellen 



Hatler. Ronald 
Hamilton. Howard Mack 
Hamilton. Linda Louise 
Hammond, Janice Kay 
Hammond, Shauna Gae 
Hancock, Barrj' 
Hancock, Charles Brent 



Hand. Patricia M. 
Hank, Chepri Lee 
Hansen. Beverly Jean 
Hansen. Chere Luc 
Hansen, Daralyn Vee 
Hansen, Karen Marie 
Hansen, Marie 



Hansen. Mark Anthony 
Hansen. Randy E. 
Hanson. Robert En'in 
Harbertson. Judith Ann 
Hardy. Robert LeRoy 
Hardy. Sharon Lee 
Harmon, Gene A. 



374 



Harper, Michael R. 

Hams, Anndrea Lee 

Harrison, Bart Eveard 

Harrison, Evan Dean 

Harrison, Judy Ann 

Harrison, Raymond Dale 

Hart, Barbara 



Hart, Sherry Eilyn 
Harte. Sandra Louise 
Hartman, Girol Joyce 
Harward, Christine J. 
Hasleton. Richard B. 
Hatch, Bill 
Hatch, Fred Roland 



Hathaway, Delbert Elon 

Hawkes, Glenn Leslie 

Hawkes, Patricia 

Hawkins, William G. 

Hayes, Krista 

Hayes, Nancy Ann 

Haymore, Gloria 



Heaps, Barbara Ann 

Heaps, Peggy Ellen 

Hedberg, Leonard LeRoy 

Hedengren. David Carl 

Held, Lola Anna 

Hempel. Carolyn 

Henderson. Allan W. 



Henderson, Anita 

Henderson, Francis Nelson 

Henderson, Lynne 

Henkel, Omar Rulon 

Henrikson Jr., Orvel W. 

Henr)', Richard Frank 

Henshaw, Carl Mitchell 



Herrick, Jeane Rae 

Heywood, Kumen Leiand 

Hiatt, Joyce 

Hibbert, Holt W. 

Hildebrandt, Jancille 

Hill, Mary Beth 

Hillier, Kathleen Ruth 



Hilton, Kenneth Clyde 

Hinckly, Eldon Kent 

Hoff, Joyanna 

Hoffman, Diane Evelyn 

Hoggan, David Lynn 

Hoke, Sherry Lynn 

Holbrook, Vicki Louise 



Holmes, Farrell Edward 

Holmes, George Price 

Holt, Ruth Bates 

Holt, Whit Walter 

Holtom, Dave J. 

Holzinger, Donna Jean 

Homer, Glay Allen 



Homer, Marcia Lynne 

Homer, William Evan 

Hoopes, Cheryl Ruth 

Hoopes, Kathryn 

Hornberger, Gilbert G. 

Houston, Robert James 

Howard, Cary Randal! 



Howard, John Wallace 

Howells, Marcia 

Huber, John 

Huff, Janine 

Huff, Mary Lynn 

Hughes, Robert Reed 

Humberstone. Dennis L. 




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Humble, Clorc Jay 
Hummel. Joan 
Humphries, Ronald Glen 
Hunt, Larr)- Richard 
Hunt, Linda Lue 
Hunter, Diana Ruth 
Hunter, Richard Kelly 



Hum. Carol Ann 
Hust, Sherr)' Evelyn 
Hutchings, Brent R. 
Hutchmgs, David L. 
Hutchinson, Ray 
Huxtable, Hugh Malier 
Hyde, Bett)' Freda 



Hyde, Beverly Jean 
Ingermanson, Leanord A. 
Jackson. Barbara 
Jickson, Janet 
Jacob. Ethel Mae T. 
Jacobs. Bett)' Ann 
Jacobs, Janet Claire 



Jacobsen. Susan Lin 
Jacobson, Frederick Gary 
Jar\is, Donald Wayne 
Jar\is. Nfaxine 
Jaynes. Vicki Ann 
Jenkins. Marjiinda 
Jensen, Constance 



Jensen. Joylene 
Jensen. Linda Ann 
Jensen. Linda Rae 
Jensen. Mar)' Lynn 
Jensen. Ruth 
Jensen. Sandi 
Jensen, Staccie 



Jensen, Warren C. 

Jei^ell, Darlene Lee 
Johansen. Arthur W. 
Johns. Arthur Phillips 
Johnson. Bertil Inge 
Johnson, David C. 
Johnson, Dianne 



Johnson, E. Kim 
Johnson. Kenneth Lee 
Johnson, Laraine 
Johnson. Pamela Jo 
Johnson, Patricia 
Johnson. Robert W. 
Johnson. Susan Mabel 



Johnson. Susanne 
Johnston, David Brian 
Jolley, Gloria Gay 
Jolle)'. Robert Gordon 
JoIIe>, Joelynn 
Jolle)-. Kathleen 
Jones. Carol Margaret 



Jones. Elaine 
ones. Leon Vernon 
ones, Miriam Pamela 
ones, Myrna Ann 
ones, Pamela Gayle 
ones. Samellyn C. 

Jones. Wynnette L. 



Jordan. Julie Galovich 
Jorgensen. Rena Rae 
Kanntainen. Sandra J. 
Kapp. Annette 
Keele)-. Sharon Kay 
Kehr. Cher)l Ruth ■ 
Kell. Joyce Be^erly 



376 



Kellogg, Steven Ralph 

Kellogg. William Guild 

Kempton, Kay Howard 

Kenaston, Linda Sue 

Kendell, Val Wallace 

Kennewell, Paulene J. 

Kenworthy, Sheila Ann 



Kerr, Clifford Dean 

Kershaw. Samuel Henr)- 

Kiefner, Judith P. 

Kieft. Carolyn May 

Kimball, Lela Dee 

King. Ronald William 

King, Wayne Taylor 



Kinney. Judith Marlene 

Kiser, Maryanne E. 

Klein, Penny Christine 

Klemm, Geraldine 

Klein, Ingrid Elsie 

Klingler, Cheryl Lynn 

Knight, Shaunna Lee 



Knowlden, Alberta Pauline 

Knudsen. Gar)' LeRoy 

Kocherhans, Carol 

Kogan, Frederick J, 

Korb, Louise Gail 

Koudelka, Joseph John 

Koudelka, Judy 



Krause, Robert Lee 

Kress, Margene 

Kronmiller, Patrick W. 

Kunic, Ivan Nemecek 

Kunkel, Maeva 

Kyle, Cheryl Ann 

Kyotikki, Viljo 



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Larsen, Alice 

Larsen, Deon 

Larsen, Glen D. 

Larsen, Judith Anne 

Larson, Gail Ileene 

Larson, Gordon Kay 




Larson, Marilyn 

Latham, Richard John 

Lauder, Lynn Ann 

Lawlor, Francine 

Laws, Douglas Watson 

Laycock, William Hugh 

Layton, Dean Roger 



377 




Leishman, David Devoe 
Lemke, Arlene Elaine 
Leonard, Joseph Peter 
Leonis, Michele 
Leslie, Kenneth F. 
Lewis, Merry Janet 
Lewis, Nanci 



Lewis, Robert Higgins 
Lighcfoot, Shan C. 
Lillywhite, Nancy 
Lincoln, Lawrence Dale 
Linton, Dale Ray 
Listak, Carol Lynn 
Loley, Jennifer A. 



Londagin, Glenda Faye 
Lopes, Rui Chiaradia 
Loveland, Narda 
Loveland, Ruth Ann 
Loveland, Sharon Kay 
Level 1, Kay L. 
Lowham, Carolyn 



Ludwig. Lorraine 
Lunt, Pamela Drue 
Lutz, Karen Joy 
Lynn, Barbara 
Lyon. Jeanette K. 
MacArthur, Al 
MacNair, Mart 



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Macey. Patricia Ann 
Maddox, Judy Grace 
Madsen, Colleen 
Madsen, Lynne Marie 
Malmrose, Ginger E. 
Mangum, Janice 
Mann, Patricia Ann 



SOPHOMORES 



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Manning, Lora Lee 
Mansfield, Karen Ann 
Marble, Ruth Ann 
Marchek, Victor Fdgar 
Markham, Patricia Mae 
Marriott, Linda Ann 
Marriott, Russell 



Marshall, Michael R. 
Marshall, Wanda E. 
Martin. Donald W. 
Martin, Patricia Ann 
Martindale, Damaris 
Martindale. Roger T. 
Martineau. Carolyn E. 



Martineau, Diana L. 
Mason, Lynda Lee 
Mason, Ronald Lynn 
Mather. Lynden. Douglas 
Mather, Sallee Leone 
Matsen. Judith Linda 
Matua, Emmeline 



Maughan. Cherilyn 
Maughan. Maria Joy 
Maughon, Gloria Gail 
Mauro. Larr)- Stewart 
Mauss. Bruce Verl 
Maxwell. Andrea 
McAffee, Silvia 



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McBride. Leora 

McBride, Lynda Jeanne 

McBnde, Paulene 

McCain, Kenneth Gary 

McCullough, Ronald V. 

McDonald, Rae Sylvia 

McEwan. Joseph Kenoey 



McEwen, Melanie 

McFarlane, Melva 

McGrew, Joyce Alison 

McKell. Marilyn 

McLachlan, Qiristine T. 

McLachlan, Linda Grace 

McMinn, Rita Lynne 



McMullin, Lynette M. 

McNiven, Rodney Jay 

Mecham, Laurel Bernyce 

Mehr, Judith Elaine 

Merrell, Minnie Louise 

Merrill, Joseph Willard 

Merrill, Marie Louise 



Mersereau, Susan B. 

Michel, Judith Ann 

Mickelson, Michael Joe 

Miles, Christine 

Miles, Douglas 

Miller, Arlene Ruth 

Miller, Carolyn Dee 



Miller, Linda Ann 

Miller, Marilyn Kaye 

Miller, Sherry 

Millet, Rena Paula 

Millsam, Paulie 

Millward, James Bergen 

Mitchell, Jesse David 



Mittermeier, Georgia A. 

Moberly, Eileen Marie 

Moffett, Wayne Alvin 

Molto, Mavis Bertha 

Mondfeans, Conard H. 

Montgomery, Priscilla 

Moody, Annette 



Moody, Beth Wilson 

Moody, Charleen D. 

Moody, Paul 

Moore, Gordon Dean 

Moore, Shirley Jean 

Morehouse, Richard G. 

Morris, Diann 



Morris, Kathie Dianne 
Morrison, Carleton H. 
Morrison, Cheryl Rae 
Morrison, Sam David 
Morten sen, Voneal 
Mosher, Almon Lavere 
Mosher, Charlotte N. 



Mower, Joseph Craig 

Moyer, Karen Sue 

Mozley, Barbara Marie 

Mumford, Leslie Ellen 

Munk, Marian 

Munns, Edra Lynn 

Munson, Carole E. 



Munson, Marii Jeanne 

Murdock, Trudy 

Murley, Muriel A. 

Murphy, Cheryl Kay 

Murphy, Dennis Michael 

Murray, Carolyn Deon 

Murray, Fay Hopkins 




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Murray, Judith Lynn 
Myers, Carol Ann 
Myers, Roger Roy 
Myier, Carolyn M. 
Myler, Susan 
Nackos, George 
Narita, Fugio joe 



Naylor, Georgia Lee 
Nelson, Carla Belle 
Nelson, Jerry Nile 
Nelson, Lila Lorene 
Nelson, Louana 
Nelson, Marcia, Ann 
Nelson, Michael 



Nelson, Ste\en LeRoy 
Nephi, Ruth Pauline 
Nesbit, Andrea 
Nethercott, Pamela 
Netherly, Richard A. 
Neumann, Roger Max 
Ne\'es, Virginia Louise 



Neville, Cody Marie 
Newbury, Judy 
Newman, Adele 
Newman, Judith 
Newton, Michael W. 
Nichols, Nanc)' Lana 
Nichols, Ivan Ray 



Nicodemus, Karen Irene 
Nicolaysen, Jeanette 
Nielsen, Pamela 
Nielsen, Stefenee 
Nielson, Douglas J. 
Nielson, Sandra 
Nish, Steven 



Noall, Mar jean 
Nordstrom, Karol Ann 
Norman, Kathleen 
Nowa, James Leonard 
Ogden Mac Niel 
Ogden, Susan Elayne 
Oldroyd, Ronald Ir\in 



Oliverson, Judy Ann 
Ollis, Ruth Anne 
Olson, Dorothy Ann 
Olson, H. Janet 
Olson, Linda Lorraine 
Olson, Mel Jay 
Olson, Terrance D. 



Openshaw, Robert 
Ostergar, Allen C. 
Otteson, Karen Anne 
Owen. Martha Patricia 
Owen. Ruth Eileen 
Owen, Wayne LeRoy 
Packard, Dennis Bliss 



Packer, Camille Beth 
Page. Paula Dee 
Palmer. Carol Esther 
Palmer, Connie Lynn 
Palmer. James C. 
Palmer. Marsha Kay 
Parke, Kent Clarence 



Parkin, Lynda Jean 
Parks. Lana Elizabeth 
Parrott, Nancy Jean 
Parry. Bett)- Rae 
Partridge. Ann 
Partridge. John 
Passe)-. Edward John 



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Passow, Dwyla Dee 

Patrick, Barbara 

Paxman, Carolyn 

Payne, Christine 

Payne, Delbert Bryce 

Payne, Linda Sue 

Peacock, Claudia 



Pearce, Dale Ben 

Peck, Clinton Wayne 

Peck, Sharon 

Pedersen, Susan Louise 

Pendergraft, Dee Alan 

Pendergraft, Karen Sue 

Pendley, Diane 



Perigo, Gary Creighton 

Perrins Samuel Melvjn 

Perry, Kathleen 

Perry, Marilyn 

Peters, Martha JoAnne 

Petersen, Andrea Sara 

Petersen, Veda Rae 



Peterson, Brenda Mae 

Peterson, Carwin Y. 

Peterson, Janet L. 

Peterson, Joyce Kay 

Peterson, Kathryn 

Peterson, Laurelee 

Peterson, Marie 



Petterson, Emily Joanne 

Petty, Bruce Bradford 

Petty, Lorraine 

Phelps, Reola 

Phillips, Brenda Joyce 

Phillips. Pauline H. 

Phillips, Renee 





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SOPHOMORES 



Mu to Ra 



Phipps, Clarence C. 
Pick, Randolph Lewis 
Pilati, Shirley Rose 
Pilling, Errol Kent 
Pine, William Carl 
Pipkin, Sherri Dee 
Plotkin, Susan Elyse 



Pond, Kathryn 

Pope, Barbara Ann 

Poppie, Sally Marie 

Porter, Roger Sarel 

Portie, Ilene Kay 

Poulsen, Kathryn 

Powell, Thomas Corwin 



Powelson, Carolyn 

Price, Carol Louise 

Price Dian 

Price, John De Verl 

Prince. Gwendolyn 

Probst, Lynn M. 

Pugmire, Chad Lamont 



Pulver, Vern Burl 

Pylc, Portia Leola C. 

Quigley, Roberta 

Quinton, Noel Marshall 

Quinton, Tracy 

Raines. Virginia Lee 

Ralphs, Dee Ann 




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Ramer, Dennis Herman 
Ramey, Karen Ann 
Randall, Marque Loy 
Rands, Larry Greenwood 
Rappleye, Fred Gaynor 
Rappleye Marilynn 
Rasband, Kathryn Ann 



Rasmussen, Andrew Wm. 
Rasmussen, Carol 
Rasmussen, Gwendolyn L. 
Rawlins, M, Kathleen 
Rector, Margaret C. 
Redd, Gretchen 
Redd, Pamela Kay 



Reeder, Genevieve J. 
Reedy. Paula Sue 
Reeve, Allene 
Reeve, LeeAnn 
Reeves, David Wayne 
Reid, Kathryn 
Renntck, Sandra B. 



Reynolds. Noel Beldon 
Rhineer, John Marvin 
Rich, Renee 
Rich. Tim 
Richan. Eugenia 
Richards. Philip S. 
Richardson, Alva B. 



Richardson. Karen L. 
Richman, Brent Page 
Ricks, David Stoddard 
Ricks, Florence 
Ricks, Naomi 
Rigby, Joy Ruth 
Riggs, Charl Whiting 



SOPHOMORES 



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Robbms, Edward Carl 
Robbins, Stanley Ervin 
Roberts, Denise Butler 
Roberts, Paul Walker 
Roberts, Stephen K. 
Robertson, Linda 
Robertson, Mane 



Robertson, Mary Jayne 
Robertson. Richard Dee 
Robins, Camille 
Robinson. Carol 
Robinson. Jerry Wayne 
Robinson, Nancy Karen 
Robison. Calvin Ray 



Robinson, Helen 
Robinson, Theron Ward 
Roderick. Marjann 
Rogers, Kay 
Roghaat, Bonnie Ruth 
Rolfson, Patricia 
Rollins, Nanc) Bernice 



Ronim, Kathy Leigh 
Romney, Lynetfe 
Rosado. Ronald Danilo 
Ross, William Aubre)- 
Rossi. Joanne 
Roundy. Ellen 
Rowle)', N(ar)e Louise 



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Royce, Joanne E. 

Rudd, David 

Ruff, Susanne 

Russ, Susan Kay 

Rutledge, Edith lona 

Rytting, Linda Ruth 

Saari, Donald Peter 



Saaci, Victoria Evelyn 

Sabin, Darleen 

Sadleir, Kathie G. 

Sainsbury, >X'ilIiam E. 

Salisbury, Jean 

Salway, Iva Jean 

Sampson, David Paul 



Samuels, Garry Monte 

Sanders, Brenda Louise 

Sanford, Wayne L. 

Sant, David Drew 

Sant, Elizabeth Sarah 

Sant, Robert Stewart 

Savage, Gilbert Owen 



Saunders, Gary P. 

Schaad, Edward Michael 

Schickendanz, Martha 

Scholes, Lynette 

Scholes, Thomas M. 

Schoonmaker, John A. 

Schow, Douglas 



Schrader, Arlene Clare 

Scott, Eileen Sue 

Scott, Viola Jean 

Scott, Joyce Elaine 

Scott, Linda Carol 

Scribner, Stephen Thomas 

Seamons, Larry Vern 



Sceley, Linda Joy 

Selph, Jerry Wayne 

Sessions, Lynda Lee 

Sessions, Sharon Ruth 

Setters, Norman Lee 

Sharp, Janet Oborn 

Sharp, June Ann 



Sharp, Merna Lou 

Sheets, Donna Lee 

Sheffield, Donna 

Sherwood, Linda 

Sherwood, Sharon 

Shields, Colleen 

Shipley, Stephan Paul 



Shirley, Harold Grant 

Short, Dennis Robert 

Shorten, Julie 

Shumway, Carol Rae 

Shumway, Genay 

Shumway, Linda 

Siddoway, Verla 



Sidwell, Nancy Lee 

Siebenberg, William D. 

Sigler. Donald Edward 

Simmonds. Julie Ann 

Sims, Merlene 

Singer. Carolyn Jean 

Skinner, Paula 



Skinner. Terrell Eborn 

Skousen, Doreen 

Slaughter. David Lee 

Sleight, D. Wayne 

Sloan. Ruth Maureen 

Slusher, Donna Gene 

Smith. Annalee 




383 




Smith, Breqda 
Smith, Cheen Lunne 
Smith, Dennis C. 
Smith, Dianna Lynne 
Smith, Gary Richard 
Smith, Gary Ruland 
Smith, Harold Derrell 



Smith, Jack DeVal 
Smith, Jo Ellen 
Smith, Karen Ann 
Smith, Kathleen 
Smith, Michael Wayne 
Smith, Noel Edward 
Smith, Olivia Lea 



Smith, Patricia 
Smith, Richard CassJty 
Smith, Robert W. 
Smith, Rodney Craig 
Smith, Sandra 
Smith, Sandra Joan 
Smith, S. Harold 



Smith, Stella Louise 
Smith, Valorie Jearme 
Smith, Vivian Dianne 
Smoot, Diana 
Snelson, Bette Fern 
Snow, Dianne 
Snow, Evelyn Gayle 



Snow, Phyllis Ann 
Snow, Suzanne 
Solomon, Sandra 
Solomon, Elbert Nornun 
Solovi, Penizmina P. 
Sonkens, Jerry W. 
Sorensen, Jay Dean 



Sorensen, Leslie Ann 
Sorenson, Boyd Wayne 
Sorenson, Robert 
Sorensen Wan 
Soter, Constance 
South, Stanley Wayne 
Spangler, Sandy T. 



Sparks, Roger Kenneth 
Spencer, Leona Jo 
Spencer. Richard 
Spracklin, Patricia 
Sparhawk, George 
Spurgeon, Maxine Rose 
Stanger, William C. 



Stapley, Vicki Jeanne 
Stark, Randolph W. 
Stephenson, George Larry 
Stevens, Mar)' Ann 
Stevenson, Kathleen T. 
Stewart, Allen Paul 
Stewart, Joyce 



Stewart, Ruth 
Stayner, Lana Jean 
Steene. Judith Alice 
Steimle, Linda Page 
Stephens. Cathy 
Stephenson, Sharon J. 
Stevens. Audrey Cheryl 



Stewart, Sharon 
Stock. Catherine Mae 
Stockford. Michael L. 
Stoddard, Judy Ann 
Stoddard. June Allison 
Stoffers, Kenneth W. 
Stokes, Brent 



384 



Stokes. Ranae 

Stone, Lynda Eileen 

Stone, Marilyn 

Storey, Tawna Palmer 

Storheim, John E. 

Stowe, Nancy 

Stowell, Julene 



Stowell. Richard 


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Stringer, Carma Jean 


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Stuck], Gaye Esther 




Su, Yih Chen 




Sudweeks, Joan Lynette 




Sullivan. Michael J. 
Sunderland, Robert A. 


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Swanson, Sheila 

Swensen. Kay Hunter 

Swift, Ann Andrew 

Talbot, Norman Kert 

Talbot, William Hugh 

Tarn, Tommy May Sang 

Tanner, Duane D. 



Tanner, Linda 

Tapley, Joel 

Tarter, Stanlej- J. 

Tarft'ater, Lynette 

Tarwater. Mack 

Tatman. George Francis 

Taylor, Charles Jerry- 



Taylor, Janet 

Taylor, Linda Lee 

Taylor, Mary Jean 

Taylor, Paula Joyce 

Taylor, Stephan Kroge 

Taylor, William 

Teachout, Rodnej' R. 




SOPHOMORES 



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Tccumseh, Sacajawea Ramona 

Teeples, Karen Kay 

Tenne)', Thomas Reed 

Terry Robert Lee 

Tew, Clayton Lee 

Thatcher, Austin B. 

Thatcher, Robert Alton 



Thatcher, Susan Leila 

Thelin. Geneva Irene 

Thibodeau, Richard T. 

Thomas, Ann Burden 

Thomas, Billy Evan 

Thomas, Dian 

Thomas, Michael David 



Thomas, Paul Michael 

Thomas. Ste\'en Mark 

Thompson, Beverly A. 

Thompson. Claudia 

Thompson, Kenneth R. 

Thompson, Marsha Lou 

Thompson, Spencer 



Thomson, Maureen 

Thomson, Ruth Alene 

Thoresen. Judy Luana 

Thoresen. Kathlene T. 

Thorburgh, Jan Howland 

Thorne, Ruthanne 

Thorup, Jay Bryce 




385 




Thulin, Nita Jean 
Thunell, Ann Marie 
Thurber. Lynette 
Tibbitts, Dean Edwin 
Tibbitts. Michael Gary 
Tidwell, Allan Richard 
Tiffany, Laurel L. 



Tingey, Delbert Leroy 
Todd, Loreen 
Told, Thomas 
Tolley. Terry Marie 
Torgesen, Gerald W. 
Torres, Gary 
Toyn, Katherine 



Trendler, Terry 
Trunnell. Nancy M. 
Troutner, Flora Nellie 
Tucker, Linda Jean 
Tueller, Carolyn 
Turley, Arlene 
Turner, Cora Jane 



Turner, Rosemary 
Twelves, Valerie 
Tyra, Barbara Mae 
Tyler, Kathleen Anne 
Udall, Stephen Michael 
Ungermann, Philip S. 
Urien, Donna May 



Valentine, Roger Lee 
Van Alfen, Marcia Lee 
Van Dyke, Gloria Jean 
Van Dyke, Jeannine 
Van Wagoner, David Leo 
Viencek. Robert Samuel 
Wadsworth, Dennis Orin 



Wagstaff, Colene 
Wahlen, Judy Ann 
Wahlquist, Julie L. 
Wakefield, Laraine 
Walker, Beverly J. 
Walker, Martha 
Walker, Mason Porter 



Wall, Elizabeth 
Wallace. Nancy 
Wallace, Susan Dianne 
Wallin, Bruce Guy 
Walton. Shelby 
Ward, Grant Reilly 
Ward, Judith Lucille 



Ward. Larry Keith 
Ward, Marilyn Ann 
Wardle. Larry Paul 
Ware. Bonnie Lucille 
Warr, Joanne Elizabeth 
Warthen, Connie Jeanne 
Washburn. Richard L. 



Waters, Harry Gale 
Watkins, Andrea 
Watkins, Judith Ann 
Watson. Dwayne C. 
Watson, Ron 
Watson. Virginia Ann 
Watts. Richard Vernon 



Wax. Ronald Dean 
Weaver, Dyana Byrd 
Weaver, Ruth Leora 
Webb, Lynn Sturton 
Webb, Patricia 
Webber. Sally Lee 
Weber, Donald Gordon 



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West, Lawrence Brent 

Westergard, Louise 

Westover, Robert N. 

Wharton, James Everett 

Whicker, Dixie Lee 

Whimpey, Duane William 

White, Charles Hopkins 



White. Karen LaVonne 
White, Mary Alice 
White, Muriel Jane 
White, Perry Alan 
Whitehouse, Annelle 
Whiting, David Lodge 
Whiting, Wendy J. 



Whittaker, Melvin R. 

Wilcox, Layne E. 

Wilde, Joanne 

Willardson, John David 

Willey, Claire 

Willey, Gail Francine 

Williams, Dayne C. 



Williams, Delmar P. 

Williams, Frederick A. 

Williams, Kathleen 

Williams, Linda Lou 

Williams, Patsy Rae 

Williams, Susan E. 

Wilson, Frank M. 











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SOPHOMORES 



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Wilson, Gordon Allen 

Wilson, Grant Lynn 

Wilson, Irene E. 

Wilson, James Robert 

Wilson, Linda Ruth 

Wilson, Ronald Arthur 

Wilson, Sherry 



Wilson, Trudy 

Wilsted, Jenive LeeAnn 

Winder, Dorothy 

Winegar, Ray H. 

Winn, Margie Ruth 

Withers, Marilynn Kay 

Wolfley, Jerry Lynn 




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Wood, Byard Meade 


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Wood, Douglas Bowen 


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Woodward, Carol 


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Woolley, William M. 


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Workman, Anne 


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Worth, Susan Gayle 
orthen. Marian Rebecca 


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Wride, Bruce Baker 




Wride, Marc C. 




Wride. Neve Kathryn 


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Wright, Jackie Cooper 
Wright, Kathleen 
Wright. William Dale 
Wyatt, Geraldine 
Wyman, Nathan W. 
Yake, Manlynn Lucille 
Yamada, Eugene 



Yates, Margaret 
Young, Douglas Arden 
Young, Janet 
Young, John Robert 
Young, Maralee 
Young, Marvin Dee 
Young. Richard L. 



Young, Sharron Elaine 
Young, Susan Gale 
Zaugg, Sylvia 
Zaugg, Wilfred Lee 
Zavala, Judith V. 
Zeitler, Charlotte J. 
Abbott, Barbara Louise 



Adams. Nancy Vee 
Adams. Boyd 
Allred, Merlin Joseph 
Anderson, Marcia 
Anderson, Tamara L. 
Arnell. William Bruce 
Ashby, Susan 



Atkins, Robert J. 
Baer, Bonnie Kathryn 
Barrow, Sharon Marie 
Bice. Russell Edward 
Billings, Charlene 
Bitter, Lorraine 
Blettenberg, Roberg 



Bolingbroke, Dennis A. 
Bowers, David Junius 
Boyd, Margaret Laura 
Brady, Feurman Neil 
Broome, Barry Dean 
Brown, Donna Lynne 
Brown, Harold 



Bruce, Elaine 
Burr, Melanee V. 
Butler, Clinton K. 
Butterfield, Lynda 
Callister, Jerry Eldon 
Campbell, Lyle Richard 
Carlson, Shirley Rae 



Christiansen, Melody D. 
Clark. Brent R. 
Clark. Bett)' Jean 
Clayson, Sheryl Deon 
Copeland, Ellen E. 
Corless, John Condie 
Corzine, Norma Lee 



Crapo. Gerald Herbert 
Cudney, Marilyn Jeanne 
Dahle, Dorothy Carolyn 
Dutson, Brent Virgin 
Edson. Allan Curtis 
Egelund. Larr)' Duwayne 
Farnsworth. Nancy S. 



Fife, Susan Christine 
Finch, Laura Kay 
Forsythe. Lance Lee 
Frost, Smith Gibbons 
Fugal. Kristina G. 
Gobel, William Kent 
Gardiner, Paula Ann 



388 



Grant, Robert Lothair 

Gubler, LaNita 

Guerra, Luis S. 

Hall, Alan Scott 

Hall, William Mark 

Hansen, Joseph Brent 

Hansen, Paul Brown 



Hatch, Stuart Donald 

Haueter, Janis M. 

Henr)', Thomas 

Herget, Shirl Lorenzo 

Hovey, Glen Reid 

Ivey, Edwin Richard 

Jarvis. Shirley Ann 



Jensen, Barbara Rae 

Johnson, Earl Byron 

Jones, Mary Margaret 

Kempton, Stuart Lamar 

Krummenacher, Jeffrey 

Lammers, Harold Dean 

Lanier, Mae 









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Wr to 2e and Late Comers 



Larsen, Earnest Paul 

Leavitt, Wallace Garth 

Lee, Grant 

Lewis, Roberta 

Longhurst, Dennis M. 

Lowe, Bryan 

Lutz, Loretta 



Marble, Gail Francis 

Mercer, Barbara Anne 

Michaelson, Jay R. 

Miller, B. Wayne 

Mitchell, Susanne 

Nielson, Becky 

Pierce, Sandra Lynnee 



Rickenbach, Gae 

Slaughter, Willard Arthur 

Smout, Marilyn 

Tagg, Carol Eva 

Tanner, Sharon 

Thomas, Janet Gail 

Thorpe, Janet Verlee 




389 



JUNIOR CLASS 



D esides taking English Proficiency 
Examinations, feeling the pressure of 
graduation requirements, and cultivat- 
ing what is commonly known as "that 
haggard junior look," members of the 
Junior Class at BYU participated in 
quite a few class activities. For instance, 
there was the Junior Prom; before the 
evening of elegant dancing at the Wil- 
kinson Center, couples were entertained 
by the popular recording Folk singing 
group, the Brothers Four. Hard work 
and organized leadership were the 
prime ingredients which combined to 
make the biggest dance of the year into 
a time of fun and unaccustomed gra- 
ciousness. The week prior to the prom, 
the class organized an assembly along 
the dance theme. 

In the Homecoming parade, the 
juniors emerged from the excitement 
and color with second place in the float 
entries. A class fireside, a booth in the 
Cougar Days carnival, partial sponsor- 
ship for the Welcome Back Dance, and 
an Awards Banquet for deserving jun- 
iors aided during the year to bring the 
class members closer together. In the 
middle of February the third-year group 
gathered together to participate in a 
hootenanny in the afternoon and the 
dance, "Charlie Brown's Night Out." 



JUNIOR CLASS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Fro?it row: Karen Frome, Judy Phillips, Sandy Bleyl, Richard Hart, Cynthia Whiting, 
David Mickel, Orlean Miller, Jim Monroe. Second row: Elodie Hatfield, Craig Collette, Blaine Hendrickson, Carol Morgan, Alta Lemmon, 
Nickie Hancock, Cheri Jensen, Sheila Bobbs, Karen Gardner, Gerry Weimer, Ann Franz, Gay Tadge, Rhea Mecham, Pat Parsons, Claudia 
Smith. Back row: Meredith Nielson, Ron Kendrick, Ford McBride, Bill Popp, Lowell Fisher, Zane Mason, Bob Hatch, Tom Griff its, Brent 
Pickering, Duane Nichols, Dick Mangum, Mayre Rasmussen, Gerry Williams, Arnel Brown. 




390 



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OFFICERS: Cheri Jensen, secretary; Rich- 
ard Hart, president; Cynthia Whiting, vice- 
president. 



Hundreds of students provided the audience for the Junior Class sponsored 
Hootenanny on the main floor of the Wilkinson Center. 




391 








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Aaron, Joan Carolyn 
Abajian, Kathryn Jo 
Abbott, Carol Susan 
Adams, Cheryl Lynn 
Adams, Sharon 
Albrethsen, Anthony R. 
Alder, Julia Ann 



Allen, Anice Rae 
Allen, Don Robert 
Allen, Kathleen June 
Allen, Robert George 
Allred, Dixie Rae 
Allred, Knstine 
Amiroebrahimi, Firouzan 



Andersen, Darian Bruce 
Anderson, Barbara Jean 
Anderson, Bonnie Fae 
Anderson, Carole G. 
Anderson, James McKay 
Anderson, Karen 
Anderson, Kathleen M. 



Anderson, Lee G. 
Anderson, Nancy Ann 
Anderson, Steven R. 
Anderson, Thayle K. 
Andreasen, William Roy 
Andrew, Judy 
Andrus, Ranae Ruth 



Ashby, Shirley Lee 
Ashby. William Card 
Ashdown, Ilene Mary 
Astle, Kathleen 
Atkinson. Anthony B. 
Atwood, Bonna Sue 
Atwood, Mane 



Babb, Thomas III 
Babcock, Mary Ann 
Babcock, Warren Eugene 
Backlund, Linda Jean 
Badger, Marilee 
Baker, Milton Charles 
Bales, Dan Stephen 



Ballard, Diann 
Ballard, Linda Joyce 
Ballard, Marcia E. 
Barber, Lynne 
Barber, Mary Alice 
Barker, Bonnie L. 
Barley, Gayle 



Barlow, Isabel Ann 
Barnard, Nancy Jo 
Barner, Edward Lee 
Barnett, Stephen E. 
Barney, Sandra Louise 
Barrett, Linda Ann 
Bartlett, Nola Maurine 



Bartholomew, Fae 
Barton, Betty Ann 
Barton. Nancy Lorraine 
Barton, Noel Reneer 
Bastian, Sharon R. 
Bateman, Kathleen Rae 
Bates, Ronald Harold 



Beal, Robert Max 
Beardall, Darryl Ray 
Beckstead, Carolyn M. 
Beckstead. Ruth 
Bell. Karen Diane 
Bennett, Carol Jean 
Bennion, Bruce Carver 



392 



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Bentle>', William W. 

Bertagnole, Rose Ann 

Beus, Edwin Hill 

Bevendge, Sandra Kay 

Bigelow, Arthur Gene 

Bilbro, Loretta Anne 

Bills. Karren 



Bills. Mac M. 

Bingham, Bruce Duane 

Bingham, Michael L. 

Birch, DeAnna 

Birrell, Dennis Walker 

Black, Frederick James 

Black. Harold A. 



Black, Mary Anne 

Blackburn, Gerald 

Blackburn, Virginia L. 

Blad, Carl DeVon 

Blair, Mary Ann 

Blamires, George A. 

Bleyl, Sandi Mae 



Blomquist, Helen Anne 

Bobbs, Sheila Louise 

Bodily, Norman Mark 

Bollinger, Thomas W. 

Bond, Kathryn 

Boon, C. Wayne 

Booth, Durinda 



Borden, Carol Ann 
Bossi, Joseph Dennis 
Bounous, Connie Lee 
Bowen, Nathaniel C. 
Bowler, Richard Hebron 
Bowlin, Bonnie Jean 
Boyle, Jeaneen May 









JUNIORS 



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Brach, Suzanne Loretta 
Bradbur)', Michael W. 

Bradshaw, Blaine S. 
Brandt, Carolyn 

Breinhoir, Jaccjuelin 




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Briggs, Beatrice H. 


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Brown, Arnel Stanley 


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Brown. Gary James 

Brown, Homer Ronald 

Brown, Janice Marie 

Brown. Margaretha 

Brown, Mary Susan 

Brown, Winnafred 

Browning, Clarie L. 



Browning, Karen E. 
Buchanan, Kaylinda 
Bucknum. Claira E. 
Budd, Patricia Lee 
Bunker, Bob E. 
Bunker, Carma Lou 
Bunker, Charles Lee 




393 







Bunker, Shirley Ann 
Burger, LeRoy James 
Burgess, Carolyn 
Burgess, JoAnn C. 
Burgon, S. Garth 
Burnes. Peter Douglas 
Burns, Jeannette Susan 



Bushman, Daphne 
Bushman, Laree 
Butler, Lmda Sue 
Butschek, Jean Ruth 
Butterworth, Joan K. 
Call, Charles 
Call, Judith Lione 



Call, Lois Jean 
Call, Rodger Lester 
Call, Tomie Loy 
CaUister, Cinda 
Callister, KaChe 
Calvm, John Robert 
Cainmack, Earl M. 



Candland, Valorie 
Carey, Hallie Margret 
Cannon, Peter Maughan 
Carlile Brent G. 
Carlisle, Joseph R, 
Carlisle, Stephanie Ann 
Carpenter, Lmda 



Carr, Wallace James 
Carr, Wayne Lee 
Carter, Robin Jamiel 
Cartrette, Sheryl Jon 
Cartwnght, James F. 
Catlm, Carole Ann 
Catmull, Ferrell Henry 



JUNIORS 



Bu to Eg 




Chalker, Lei Lani 
Chamberlam, Carol N. 
Chamberlain, Guy R. 
Chamber, Max Brent 
Chapman, Donavon LaRoy 
Chappie, Richard Lynn 
Child, Lawrence John 



Child, Patricia 
Chipman, Connie 
Chipman, Lynette E. 
Christensen. Carl S. 
Christensen, Gail 
Christensen, Larry R. 
Christensen, Marta 



Christensen, Paul E. 
Christensen, Phyllis Kay 
Christensen. Robert K. 
Christiansen, Christine 
Clark, Dick Joe 
Clark, Stephen Jack 
Clark, Susan ICay 



Clawson, Kit C. 
Clayton, Toni Ann 
Clegg. Edith DaLee 
Clegg. Eloise Lynette 
Clement, Dallas Brent 
Clement, Douglas Reed 
Clements, Neil W. 



394 



Clarke. Reginald D. 

Clinger, Judith Kay 

Cluff, Myrna Louise 

Cobia, LeRoy Richard 

Coleman, Arthur Eugene 

Coleman, Dennis Marvin 

Collird, Linda 



Collard, Max Edward 

CoUette. Craig P. 

CoUier, Douglas D. 

Collier. Mary Alice 

Collins, Linda Irene 

Conrad, Rielly Eames 

Cook, Jerry C. 



Cook, Loran Davis 

Corey. Joseph Franklin 

Cotton, Delano Dwight 

Cottrell, Claudia E. 

Coursey. JoAnn Zay 

Cox, Christine 

Craven, Lynn Paige 



Criddle, Marilyn 

Croft, Gary Max 

Cromar, Bruce Young 

Cromar, Stanford 

Cryder, Roxie May 

Culbertson, Catherine 

Culley, Bonnie Ann 



Culy, Karen Lee 

Curtis, Eugene Wallace 

Cutler, Calvin Miller 

Daley, Julia Clare 

Dalton. Barbara Dene 

Daniels, William T. 

Danley. Janice Earlene 



Darrington, Darrell 

Davis, Barbara Lee 

Davis, Carole 

Davis, Eloise M. 

Davis, Rex Terry 

DeCelle, Karen Jean 

Decker, Victor E. 



Dendurent, Howard E. 

Denkers, Elaine 

Derr, Karen Elfriede 

Deschamps, Mar)' Kaye 

Despain, Kathleen 

Despain, Michael John 

Dilg, William Joseph 



Dixon, Byron Paul 

Dixon, Don Charles 

Dixon, Donna Evelyn 

Dixon, Linda 

Dixon, Robert E. 

Dobney, Arthur Michael 

Donaldson, Kloyd N. 



Doyle, Dennis Olney 

Dray, Shirley Marie 

Duncan, Betty Lou 

Duke, C. Pauline 

Dumford, Donna Kay 

Dunning, Richard V. 

Dunning, Sandra E. 



Durrant, Marilyn Grace 

Dye, Barbara Joan 

Dysart, Robert Ronald 

Eager, Delwin Thomas 

Edmiston, Carolyn Ann 

Edson, Stephen Roger 

Egan, Vonetta Elaine 




395 



s^^ffjmim 



^k 




Elder. Joe Don 
Eliason, Alice E. 
Elizondo, Jay Emmett 
Elkins, Sheryi 
Elliot, Patricia Ann 
Empy. Philip H. Jr. 
Engeler, Elam Gertrud 



England, Ruth Ann 
Enke, Elizabeth M. 
Epperson. Steven Paul 
Eriksson, Kann S. 
Espe. Karen Ann 
Etche\erry. Willie M. 
Etherington, Margaret 



Evans. Larr)' Allen 
Everett. Robert Snow 
Everett, Sharon Fae 
Facer, Norman Holbrook 
Facer, Patricia Jean 
Farmer, Val Gene 
Farnsworth, Jr. F. D. 



Farnsworth, Richard A. 
Farrer, Linda Sue 
Fatani, Zakaria Yahya 
Fawson. Evan Curtis 
Fechner, Susan Ashby 
Ferkovich, Ardith Ileen 
Ferrier, WaUace HaU 



Ferrin J'Deanne 
Feser, Marjone Joan 
Feuz, Erica 
Fielding, Lavina 
Fielding, Max Hemun 
Filipoff, Ludmila 
Fmch, James Edward 



Fish. Elaine 
Flake, Dennis Don 
Flamm, Joyce 
Flood, Gar)- Charles 
Flood, Laraine 
Flowers, Diane 
Fluhman, John Roger 



Ford, Lester Bruce 

Forrester. Bob Ledain 

Forsberg. Robert John 

Forster. Jon Robert 

Foutz, Linda 

Fowkes, Randy 

Fowler, Franklin DeWayne 



Fowles. Margaret Ann 
Francis. Joseph Allen 
Franklin. Irene Loree 
Franson. Janet 
Fogg, Laurie Richard 
Franz, Anneva Burton 
Free. Helen LaRae 



Freestone, John Victor 
Frei. Ralph Lioyd 
Frodsham, Carol Ann 
Frost, Marc Ellsworth 
Frost, Teresa 
Fukuoka, Chris Tadao 
Fullmer, Bonnie E- 



Fullmer. Frank, J. 
Gallagher, Terance 
Gardner, David M. 
Gardner, Helen E. 
Gardner, Judith Lynn 
Gardner. Linda Kay 
Gardner, l^is Jean 



396 



Gardner, Margaret 

Garrett, John V. 

Giauque, Gerald Stone 

Gibb, Victor Nolan 

Gibby, Adrian Reed 

Gierisch, Marie 

Gill, Pauline Elaine 



Gillespie, Daniel Alva 

Gilliam, McLaurin 

Ginn, Edmund C. 

Glade, Carol Lynne 

Glassford, Guy Carleton 

Goad, Raymond 

Goates, R. Louise 



Goddard, Judith Louise 

Golden, Michael J. 

Gomez, Fernando R. 

Gonsalves, Gerald P. 

Goodliffe, Glade P. 

Goodman, Beverly Ann 

Goodman, Elaine 



Gordon, Lura Lynn 

Goulding, Gary Evan 

Goulding, James Evan 

Graham, JoNelle 

Gray, Ada Ruth 

Gray, Helen Jo Ann 

Green, Jon Allen 



Greene, Frank Gilbert 

Greene, Nancy Karen 

Griffin, Paul Jay 

Griffiths, Elizabeth Lynne 

Griggs, Charles Wilfred 

Groski, Daniel Francis 

Gross, Jeanne Edith 




JUNIORS 



El to Ha 



Guinn, Thomas 

Gunther, Metta Marie 

Gunther, Miriam 

Guthrie, Larry Ross 

Guymon, Trudy Maxine 

Habel, David Hugh 

Haacke, Lani Paul 



Haddock, Gerald Ray 

Haight, Marian Louise 

Hakes, Lorene Kay 

Hale, Marilyn Kay 

Hales, Catherine 

Haley, Johnny Ben 

Halls, Susanne 



Hamilton, David K. 

Hammond, Karen Lynne 

Hancock, Dorene 

Hancock, LaPreal 

Hancock, Nickie Rae 

Hanks, Brent David 

Hanks, Nancy Gladys 



Hansen, Barbara 

Hansen, Eileen 

Hansen, Linda Lee 

Hansen, Margaret 

Hansen, Nels Arthur 

Hansen, Pamela Dee 

Hansen, Stephen L. 





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397 




Hansen. Wayne Cook 
Hanson, Lelia Ann 
Hanson, Sandra Jean 
Hanson, Wendell Reed 
Haraguchi, Wallace 
Hardesty, David John 
Hardy, Marilynne Gayle 



Harmer, Chester V. 
Harmon, Doris 
Haroldsen, Ancel DeVor 
Harper, ArdiCh R, 
Harpold, Judith Anne 
Harpool, Janet Marie 
Harris, Darryl Wayne 



Harrison, Sandra Dee 
Harrop, Carol Ann 
Harston, Marlene 
Hart, Richard Raymond 
Harvey, Bruce Douglas 
Hatch, B. Jane 
Hatch, Sella Fern 



HattonWard, Christine 
Haueter, Barbara 
Hawkes, Marilee Sue 
Hawkins, Jennifer Jill 
Hayes, Marjorie Ann 
Heard, Roxsann Wilson 
Heath, Sharon Dawn 



Hedquist, Steven Allan 
Hellewell, Linda Sue 
Helquist, LaRue 
Hemsley, A. Karl 
Hendrickson, Blaine E. 
Hendrickson, Sylvia 
Henley, Rosemary E. 



JUNIORS 



Ha to Ki 




^\£l 




Henrie, Kathleen 
Herendeen, Dennis L. 
Hess, Eileen 
Hess, John Jackson 
Hicken, Joseph Thomas 
Hicks, Marilyn 
Hill, Charles Eugene 



Hill, Norma Kay 
Hill, Rosemary 
Hilmo, Walter Jack 
Hilton, Patsy Carole 
Hinkle, Robert Alan 
Hinton, Carol 
Hirschi, Guinette 



Ho, Wilson Kekoa 
Hodgkins, Earl W. 
Hogge, Ralph Louis 
Holladay, Gerald B. 
Holladay, Patricia 
Hollister, Brian G. 
Homer, Nancy Ruth 



Hoopes, David Craig 
Hoover, Isia Mary 
Hope. Vanita Fay 
Hopkins, Jeanne Mary 
Howell, Sandra Jean 
Hsu, Pu-chou 
Huber, Clare A. 



398 



Huff, Beverly Arline 

Hughes. Joseph Kent 

Humble. Val Dean 

Hunt, Clara Mane 

Hunter, Linda 

Hutchcraft, Sandra Sue 

Hyer, David Lael 



Ingram, Barbara Jean 
Jackson, Marvin Neal 

Jacobson, Cardell K. 

Jamison, Sheryl Lee 

Janes, Clyde Arthur 
Jeffery, Carol Ann 

Jenkins, Dennis Ren 



Jensen, Alan William 

Jensen, Cheryl Corinne 

Jensen, DeAnna Loretta 

Jensen, Diann E. 

Jensen, Dianne R. 

Jensen, Douglas Vance 

Jensen, Keith Stewart 



Jensen, Marcia Jean 

Jensen, Stanley Don 

Jensen, Sharon Ann 

Jensen, Sharilyn H. 

Jenson, Kathleen C. 

Jeppesen, Marvm Kent 

Jeske, Dean Frank 



Johns, Sally Ann 

Johnsen, Anne Lise 

Johnson, Francis Brent 

Johnson, James 

Johnson, LaNea Fae 

Johnson, Lillian 

Johnson, Lowell 



Johnson, Myrna 

Johnson, Stephanie M. 

Johnson, Valanee 

Johnston, Mar)' Jane 

Johnston, Norman Paul 

Johnston, Richard 

Jolley, Vernon Ferril 



Jones, Linda Jean 

Jones, Lola 

Jones, Max Eldon 

Jones, Ruth May 

Jorgensen, Jeanine 

Judd, Juliette 

Justis, Richard Alan 



Kampsula, Karen Ann 

Kauer, Rosa Eileen 

Kearl, Catherine Ann 

Keeler, Paul Douglas 

Keith, Ronald 

Kekumono, David L. 

Kelley, Robert Allen 



Kellogg, Dennis Irwin 

Kelly, Kathleen 

Kelsey, Michael Roland 

Kennedy, Warren Kirt 

Kent, David Leroy 

Kerr, Gary Ricks 

Kest, David Laurence 



Kest, Diana Ruth 

Keyser, Dennis Leroy 

King, Janeth 

King, Robert Ray 

Kingdon, Jocelyn 

Kinnaird, Berenice 

Kinsman, Leo Lynn 





399 




<^^1^1S 









RSJLSl 





ik%Ji 




4I^ 



Knapp, George Mason 
Knecht. Wayne H. 
Knight. Eldon La Velle 
Knight, Ehzabeth Anne 
Knight, Karma 
Knudsen. Ronald Lewis 
Komni. Gary F. Fowler 



Kotahahan, Maciam 
Kowallis, Pamale 
KowaJski, Kathie Annette 
Kunz, Ardys 
Kutsch, Linda Lavon 
Lahaderne. Lawrence H. 
Lamb, James Riley 



L'Amie, Francis Victor 
Larkin, Dale Herman 
Larsen, Carole Lynn 
Larsen, Henry F. 
Larsen, Lacey Leilani 
Larson, Dolores Bage 
Larson, Jon Wallace 



Larson, Susan 
Lasson, Robert Eugene 
Lathen, Generia 
Latimer, Larry F, 
Law, Eldon Bryce 
Lawrence, Gary C. 
Lawson, Rodney 



Lee, Andrea Marie 
Lee, Donald Grant 
Leech, Shirley Ann 
Lehnardt, Heidi Marie 
Leighton, Nellie Kathleen 
Leithead, Kathryn 
Lemmon, Alta Ann 



Lenker, Warren George 
Lewis, Brigg G. 
Lewis. Homer Scott 
Lewis My reel 
Lewis, Wynnette 
Lim, Alice Jane 
Lmford, Gene Marie 



Lisonbec, Mary Louise 
Livingston, Barbara A. 
Lloyd. Gloria 
Long, Clinton James 
Longmore, Dean 
Loonej', Jane Ann 
Loosli, Anna 



Lord, Linda 
Louis, Green Louise 
Love, Donn 
Loveless, Myreen 
Lowe. Sally 
Lowrance, Joy Gay 
Lowrance, Ronald E. 



Ludwig, Dell G. 
Lundberg, Ruth Ann 
Lunt. Dennis 
Lundwall, Noreen 
Lyde, Norman 
Lyons, Harry J. 
Lyons, Jane 



Maas, William 
MacMurray, Val 
Madrid. Violet 
Madsen, Christine 
Makin. Linda 
Maloy. Diane 
Maloy. William 



400 



Manwaring, Adele 

Manwaring, Jay 

Mar ley, Mary Kay 

Marquis, Dale 

Martin, Blaine 

Martin, Jane 

Marx, Linda 



Mason, Bonnie 

Masuda, Allen 

Matheson, Margaret 

Matheson, Wes 

Mathewson, Sandra 

Mattice, Judith J. 

Maughan, David 



Maughan, Marion 

May, Anita 

Max, Sandra 

Maycock, Noral 

McAferty, Raymond 

McArthur, Carol Lee 

McBee, Harold 



McBride, Leburta 

McClean, Gordon 

McClellan, Jay 

McCleelan, Marianna 

McClelland, Richard 

McCleve, Nora 

McConkie, Linda 



McCoy, Kathleen 

McCracken, Kinne 

McCracken, William 

McCnunmen, Carol 

McEuen, Margaret 

McFadden, Mary 

Mclntyre, Earl 




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JUNIORS 



Kn to Mi 



McKibben, Stephan 

McNown, Penny 

McOmber, Bryant 

McPhie, Calliene 

McQuiston, Jacquelin 

McUne, Shelia 

McVean, Roger 



Mecham, Rhea 

Mecham, Elaine 

Melby, James 

Melton, Burt 

Memmott, Marjorie 

Mendiola, Carol 

Merritt, Virginia 



Michaelson, Patricia 

Mickel, Dave 

Michelsen, Karen 

Michel son, Bernard 

Millard, Richard 

Miller, Allan 

Miller, James 



Miller, Judy 

Miller, Susan 

Mitchell, Dean 

Mitchell, Ronald 

Mitchell, W. Bryan 

Mitchell, W. Terry 

Miller, Judy 











401 




Mix, Linda , 
Mixell, Mandy 
Mohlman, Cirl 
Monson. Annette A. 
Monson. Karen 
Moon, Allen 
Moore, Brenda 



Moran, Shannon 
Morgan, John 
Morrill, Harold 
Morris, Carla 
Morris, Terry G. 
Morns, William 
Morrison, Donna 



Mortensen, Hartley 
Mortensen, Hugh 
Mortensen, Peter J. 
Moss, Kent G. 
Mounteer, Marva 
Mouritsen, C. Dale 
Mouritsen, Lela Jean 



Murdock, Rosemary 
Murphy, Alan 
Murray, Jane 
Murphy, Susan 
Myers. Ronald 
Myers. Susan 
Myntti, Karl Daniel 



Naegle, Alma 
Neilson, Charla Diane 

Nelson, Donna 

Nelson, Katherine Ilene 

Nelson, Kristin 

Nelsen, Morris Dee 

Nelson, Nadine 



JUNIORS 



Mi to Re 




Nelson, William 
Neuhuys, Yvonne 
Newman, Robert George 
Nielsen, Clyde Hans 
Nielsen, LaRae 
Nielsen, Linda Joyce 
Nielson, Michael Grant 



Nielsen, Tonette 
Nikolic, Sima 
Norton, Richard C. 
Nouchi, Aileen Hisae 
Noyes, Verla 
Nusbaum, Janice Louise 
Nuttall, Howard Leslie 



Oates, George Bryon 
Odell. William Charles 
Oleson, Dons Mildred 
Olsen. Dahl D. 
Olson, Lome Harold 
Olson, Oscar Bud 
Onstott, Lee Wayne 



Ord, Sandra Kay 
Orton. Carolyn 
Ostler, Renee 
Owens, Rose P. 
Pace, Gary Griffith 
Packard, Joanne Marie 
Painton, Lawrence R. 



402 



Mi 



Palmer, G>nnie 

Palmer, Ray William 

Palmer, Rose Lynn 

Parish, Virginia Lee 

Park, Julie Ruth 

Parker, Laraine 

Parker, Judith Ann 



Parker, Russell Gibbs 

Parry, Vinette 

Parsons, Patricia Ann 

Pascoe, Larry Bruce 

Patterson, Paula Ann 

Paul, Robert Erich 

Paxman, Craie William 



Pearson, Ann 

Pearson, Kendall Lee 

Peart, Meha Jean 

Peay. Annette 

Pehrson, Nola Jo 

Pendleton, Lloyd Sharp 

Pergrossi, James Glen 



Perry, Duane Elton 

Perry, Sharon 

Peterson, Clifton Kay 

Peterson, Dixie Lee 

Peterson, Frances Elaine 

Peterson, Grant Mark 

Peterson, Henry Frands 



Peterson, Lynette Dee 

Peterson, James Weldon 

Pett)', Neil Craig 

Phillips, Judith Ann 

Phippen, Patricia Ann 

Pierce, David Wendell 

Pierce, Twyla Louise 



Pike, Francine 

Pilling, Earl William 

Pinkerton, Robert M. 

Plusquellie, Ethel Francine 

Poll, Marilyn 

Poll, Shelley E. 

PoUey, Susan 



Pond, Helen Jane 

Pontious, Ronald Lee 

Pontious, Timothy Paul 

Poole, Pamela Kay 

Poole, Virginia 

Potter, Nanq' Irene 

Poulsen, Darwin Rex 



Powell, Charles E. 

Pratt, Joan 

Price, Charles Wayne 

Priebe, Michele H. 

Prince, Marsha Gardner 

Pritt, Robert Elden 

Pritt, Thomas Elwood 



Pulley, Douglas Boyd 

Punatar. Sureshchandra 

Purser, Jack E. 

Quinney, Glade A. 

Randall. Alfred R. 

Randall, Leon Ralph 

Rainey, Robert Tolman 



Ramsay, Melvin John 

Rasmussen, Lane Douglas 

Rasmussen. Rodney M. 

Ratliff, Marlene C. 

Rawlinson, Nancy Jean 

Read, Diane Sue 

Ream, Elisabeth E. 




403 




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Reasor, Mike Frederick 
Redd, Merlene 
Reed, Maryjo Ann 
Reno, Pauline Kay 
Reynolds, Harold W. 
Rice, Charles David 
Rice, Elizabeth Jeanne 



Rice, Kathleen 
Rice, Walter Wood 
Rich, Edward A. E. 
Rich, Katherme Fern 
Rich, Lonn McK^y 
Richardson, Bevan M. 
Richardson, Bruce M. 



Richardson, Jill 
Richardson, Patricia L. 
Ricks. David Artel 
Riggs, Brent 
Rinquest, Harry H. 
Rittershausen, William 
Roberts, Gary Edward 



Roberts, Mary M. 
Roberts, Rhea 
Robertson, James M. 
Robertson, Richard Max 
Robinson, Janie 
Rockwood, Bonnie D. 
Roddick, Bonnie D. 



Rogers, Ellis I. 
Rogers, Moana Jean 
Rohead, James Ernest 
Roos, Michael Albert 
Rose, Dorette Cecile 
Rose, Michael Lee 
Rose, Robert Douglas 



Rose, Veronica Mary 
Rosha. Theresa Teanini 
Rossman, Ronald Edward 
Roth, Barry Michael 
Rowley, Janice L. 
Roylance, Joan 
Roylance, Judith Anne 



Roylance, Sharon Lois 
Russel. Elizabeth R. 
Russon, Ann Victoria 
Rutter, Robert F. 
Rytting, Joseph Howard 
Sabourin, Jon Stewart 
Saden, Judith Ann 



Salim, Parichehr 
Sanders, W. Richard 
Scarbrough, Linda C. 
Schade, Armand Dennis 
Scheurn, Jerry L. 
Schmidt, Mary Elisabeth 
Schmutz, Dianne 



Schofield. Abby E. 
Schuck, Brian Edward 
Scoresby, Fred LeRoy 
Seamons, Karen 
Sessions, Michael Dell 
Seward, Susan Mary 
Shafter, Cherr)'! Edith 



Sharp, Merrill Kim 
Shedd, Robert Lyle 
Sheldon, Gar)' 
Shepard, Charles 
Shimoda, Mary Jane 
Shoveller, Walter 
Shriver, Pamela 



404 



Shurtieff, Philip S. 

Shurts, Margret S. 

Sibbett, Benjamin 

Siddoway, Charyl Anita 

Siewert, Ingrid W. 

Simmons, Jay Robert 

Simms, Barbara Jean 



Simpson, Neil James 

Skinner, Kathryn Etta 

Skousen, Jiilianne 

Skousen, Linda 

Slaugh, Daniel Laird 

Smart, Carol Eileen 

Smith, Charlotte 



Smith, Cheryl Dee 

Smith, Qaudia Joan 

Smith, David F. 

Smith, Leon Jay 

Smith, Louise 

Smith, Margaret Ann 

Smith, Milan Dale 



Smith, Nanq- Irene 

Smith, Nora Sue 

Smith, Richard A. 

Smith, Sherry Lee 

Solberg, Arthur Jerry 

Sorensen, Jerold R. 

Sorensen, Linda Jean 



Sorensen, Marti Lynne 

Sorensen, Rodger Lee 

Sorenson, Ste\e C. 

Southwell, Rollin Glen 

Spatig, Max 

Spendlove, Leslie Rae 

Squiers, Judith Rae 



Stafford, James Heni)' 

Staheli, Sharlene 

Stamps, Virginia L. 

Stanley, Jon Cla)ton 

Stanley, Michael Wayne 

Staples, Richard C. 

Steirale, Ronald Morris 



Sterrett, Beverly Jean 

Stevens, Jay Reed 

Stewart, Gaylan Vannoy 

Stillman, Suzanne 

Stirland, Janet 

Stoddard, Denis Waldo 

Stoddard, Jean Ardella 



Stoker, Nancy Evelyn 

Stone, Jeanne Aloha 

Stone, Loraine 

Stone, Rachel Diane 

Stoner, Roy Leslie 

Stosich. Esther Patrese 

Street, Shirley Ann 



Strong, Susan Kaye 

Strozewski, Sue 

Strupp, Pete A. 

Stuck, Susanna Lynne 

Sudweeks, Irene 

Swan, James Albert 

Swenson, Carolyn 




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Taylor, Stephen Arnold 
Teemant, Tiiu 
Teruya, Allan Francis 
Thayer, Naomi Abigail 
Thodai, Thor Henning 
Thomas, Jay Ernest 
Thomas, Nancy 



Thompson, Roger Mark 
Thomson, Judith Rae 
Tibbitts, Craig B. 
Tibbitts, Michael G. 
Tmgey, Ward Max 
Tipton, Dianne 
ToUey, Lynn Jack 



Toiman, Rodney 
Toxnlinson, Blanche 
Tong, Veronica Lehiu 
Tonks, Caralee 
Torsak, Carol Ann 
Toth, Artalee Geza 
Trapnell. Frederick E. 



Tree, Phillip 
Tnihan, Coreen Jean 
Turley. Kimbern W. 
Turley, Luana Mae 
Turner, Johnny S. 
Turner. Judy Ann 
Turner, Ralph Michael 



Turpm, Wayne Sterling 
T\eter, Clifford Judd 
Tychsen, Rachel Gertz 
Tyler. Mane Ann 
Tyler, Pamela 
Tysdal. Kallie Lou 
Underwood, Sherian Arm 



Van, Verona Ada 
Van Wagenen, Vicki 
Vance, Margaret 
Van Tassell. Glen Lane 
Vargo, Eileen Kay 
Varne)-, Diane Elaine 
Vias. Philip Roy 



Vickers, Clara Ann 
Vickery, Lynden S. 
Viliiard, Alva Rae 
Volger. Susan Ann 
Voss. Eva May 
Voss, Ralph Neil 
Wadsworth, Brent Earl 



Wadsworth, Kenneth V. 
Waite, Norman Evan 
Walker, Joseph Allen 
Walker, Kenneth R. 
Walker, Sandra Eileen 
Wall. Floyd Allen 
Wallace. Diane 



Wallace, Myrle LoriUa 
Wallis, Janet Lee 
Wallis. William Budge 
Walters, LaVon 
Walton. Julie 
Ward, Lor in 
Ward, Susan 



Warner. Lorene 
Warner, Susan 
Warren. Albert Arthur 
Waters, Lynne K. 
Waters, Nancy Irene 
Watkins, Sherron 
Weaver, Claudia 



406 



Webb, Kenna Rae 

Weber, Linda Jean 

Webster, Myrna Gay 

Weeks, Richard Barnes 

Weems, Susan Ruth 

Weimer, Geraldine 

Weimer, Geraldine Rae 



Weitzel, Cheryl May 

Wells, Douglas D. 

Wells, Marion Gawain 

Wenchel, Patricia 

Westman, Wayne Clark 

Whalan, Michele Janet 

Wharton, Frank Roy 



Wheelock, Eugene Lee 

Whipple. Lillls 

Whipple, Evan LeRoy 

White, Doreen 

Whitehead, Clark Wayne 

Whitehead, Marjorie M. 

Whiting, Ann 



Whitley, Tom Gunderson 

Wickens, Jon Craig 

Wiebers, Diana P. 

Wilcox, James 

Wiley, Garold K. 

Willardsen, Carol Ann 

Willardson, Donald J. 



Williams, Allan Henry 

Williams, Dena Mae 

Williams, Gerald Ross 

Williams, James Dennis 

Williams, Janet 

Williams, Karen Marie 

Williamson, Anne 



Williamson, Vicki Lynn 
Wilson, David Andrew 
Wilson, Herbert Leslie 
Wilson, James Harvey 
Wilson, Steven 
Winward, Ellen Louise 
Wise, Blanche Larene 



Wittmer, Royden Lester 

Wong, Randolph 

Wood, Carolyn 

Woodard, Francis M. 

Woolf, Nancy Ann 

Woolley, Wendy Susan 

Worlton, Marsha 



Wynder, Judy Kay 

Young, Carole 

Young, Katherine L. 

Young, Russell Jay 

Youngberg, Lynn Zaugg 

Zappe, David 

Ziomek, Anthony David 



Burdett, Larry Glen 

Butler, Bruce 

Butler, Linda Irene 

Coombs, Margaret Sue 

Green, Teresa R. 

Haag, Amy Rosanne 

Howell, Bonnie Jean 



Klenk, Lawrence David 

Lewis, Nanci Lynn 

Magleby, Marvin 

McMurray Thomas L. 

Smith, Ray 

Veal, James Richard 

Watson, Karen Afton 













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407 



if erhaps the most unusual activity of 
Senior Class during the school year 
1964-65 was their conducting heating 
tunnel tours underground all over (and 
under) campus. These tours gave in- 
terested students an opportunity to see 
the under-pinnings of a university, heat- 
ing pipes, water spouts and the like. 
Other projects were preparing and dis- 
tributing graduate scholarship informa- 
tion; selling Y beanies to incoming 
freshmen, the proceeds of which helped 
to pay for the class project; building 
and entering a homecoming float; spon- 
soring a Cougar Days booth; and co- 
ordinating the Class Competition activi- 
ties. 

Besides capturing second place in 
Skits-o-frantic, the class still had enough 
time and energy to guide their Song- 
fest entry into the finals. In addition, 
they sold and distributed graduation 
announcements, and planed the Senior 
Breakfast. The successful Senior Week 
activities, under the theme of "Truth — 
the Eternal Flame," included: Wilkin- 
son Center doings and displays. Senior 
Honors Banquet, Senior Ball, Farewell 
trek to the block Y, and the unveiling 
of the Senior Class gift to the Univer- 
sity — a bronze Cougar, to be located 
in front of the football stadium. 



OFFICERS: Gary Browing, president; Nanq^ Wilcox, secretary; Neil Nelson, vice- 
president. 





SENIOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Front row: Sharon Beauchamp, Brenda Gold, Susan Heninger, Jane Messenger, Suzanne West 
Tohn Young, Jeanie Coy, Melodie Matheny, Diana Jensen, Stan Dunn. Second row: Lynn Kittinger, Sue Zimmerman, Dean Castle, Uartn 
Nelson, Merrill Bunker, Nora Call, Joan Merrill, Jim Finch, Paula Austin, Kay Kimball, Karen Broadbent, Fred Coode.B^.^ row: Lmda 
Christensen Sharon Marline, Allen Lambert, Sydney Green, Donald Garrick, Paul Barker, Bill Paul, Gary Lemon Lawrence Harmon lerry 
Yockey Gaylord Wilson, Jim Broadbent, Lin Bothwell, Woody Godfrey. Not pictured: New members second semester: Jerry WUcox, 
Gary Croft Don Runyan, Carol Walt, Pam Houssian, Judy Butterfield, Gail Hayashi, Jerry Mason, Class Project Chairman. 



408 



SENIOR CLASS 




The Senior Class presented the studentbody with a bronze cougar during half- 
time of the Alumni-Varsity football game. The big cat, work of Justin Fair- 
banks, Utah sculptor, will crouch in front of the new football stadium. 



409 



AARON, GERALD; Evanston, Wyo., Political Science. 
ADAMS, DONALD LEROY; Winslow, Ariz., Ac- 
counting. AHLSTEDT, JODI; Franklin Park, 111., Busi- 
ness, Alpine Club, University Chorale, Ward Choir. 
AIRTH, EDWARD L.; Salt Lake City, Utah, Mechani- 
cal Eng., ASME. 



ALDER, SHARON; Melba, Ida., Homemaking Ed., 
ALEXSON, VIRGINIA; Stockton, Calif., Zoology. 




SENIORS 



ALLEN, SHARON; Ogden, Utah, HDFR. ALLRED, 
DAVID; Shelly, Idaho, Political Science, Program Bu- 
reau M.C., Acting. ALLRED, RICHARD G.; Bounti- 
ful, Utah, Business Mgt. ALMOND, ROBERT; Pres- 
ton, Idaho, Health. 





ANDERSON, BYRON CANNON; Salt Lake City, 
Utah, Political Science, Young Rep., Young Americans 
for Freedom. ANDERSON, JEAN; Salt Lake City, 
Utah, Business Ed., Angel Flight, Concert Band. AN- 
DERSON, KENNA; Burley, Idaho, Elementary Ed. 
ANDERSON, LINDA LEE; Los Angeles, Calif., Ele- 
mentary Ed. 



ANDERSON, MAR JEAN; Hazelton, Idaho, Business 
Ed., Arizona Club. ANDERSON, RONALD E.; Mans- 
field, Ohio, Sociology, Finnish Club, Archaelogy Club, 
Provo Air Reserves, A.F. Recovery Squadron. AN- 
DREASEN, FRANK; China Lake, Calif. Industrial 
Eng. APGOOD, MARSHA; Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Busmess Ed., AWS, Leadership, Thea Alexis, Young 
Republicans. 



APGOOD, ROBERT; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Accounting, 
Band, Homecoming Committee. APOLONIO, FRANK- 
LIN J.; Encinitas, Calif., Psychology. ARRON, MARY 
BETH; Bountiful, Utah, HDFR, Orchesis, Assemblies, 
Dance Concerts, Preference Ball Dance Chairman, 
"Thurber". ARBUCKLE, LYNN; Riverton, Utah, So- 
ciology, Hawaiian Club, Business Mgt. Assn. 



ARMSTRONG, PAULETTE; Westminister, Calif., Re- 
creation, Ballroom Dance Team, Program Bureau. AR- 
NELL, CAROLYN; Montpelier, Idaho, Homemaking 
Ed. ASHBY, ARDA; Chattanooga, Tenn., Nursing 
SNA, SNAU. ASTON, M. ELAINE'; Canonsburg, 
Pa., Elementary Ed. 



410 



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Aa to Ba 



ATKINSON, DAVID; Placerville, Calif., History, Arn- 
old Air Society, History Club, Square Dance Club, 
AFROTC. ATWOOLL, BILL; Los Angeles, Calif., 
Civil Eng. AUSTIN, PAULA; San Leandro, Calif., 
Physical Therapy, Calif. Club, Alpine Club, Angel 
Flight, Senior House of Rep., Soph. Cabinet, Brazilian 
Club. AUSTIN, WILLIAM, Alberta, Canada, Animal 
Science. 



AVATI, ALEXANDRA; Red Bank, New Jersey, Ele- 
mentary Ed.. Orchesis, Vakhnora, Homecoming Attend- 
ant. BAHEN, DENNIS; Escondido, Calif., Advertis- 
ing and Public Relations. 




BAILEY, JERRY; Provo, Utah, Commercial Art, Circle 
K. BAKER, WILLIAM T,; Hillsboro, Kansas, Techni- 
cal Ed. BALDWIN, NORDA; Payson, Utah, Home- 
making Ed., Omicron Nu, Sigma Delta Omicron. BALD- 
WIN, ROLAND A.; Rawlins, Wyo., German, German 
Club. 



BALDWIN, C. RAYMOND; Taylor, Ariz., Psycho- 
logy, AMS Council, AMS President, Leadership Com- 
mittee. BALES, F. WAYNE; Danville, III., Physics. 
BALL, JOHN; Springfield, Utah, Secondary Ed. BAR- 
BEN, BONNIE; West Jordon, Utah. Business Ed. 



BARBER, RUSSELL; Syracuse, Utah, Civil Eng., Blue 
Key, Phi Eta Sigma, ASCE, Engineering Joint Council, 
Junior Cabinet, Freshman Baseball. BARCLAY, 
LAURA; Blackfoot, Idaho, English, French Club, Eng- 
lish Majors. BARNES, P. DELOY; Provo, Utah, Ac- 
counting. BARNES, JIM; Berkeley, Calif., Accounting, 
Cougar Club. 



BARNETT, BARBARA; Provo, Utah, HDFR. BAR- 
NETT, DENNIS; Provo, Utah, Business Mgt., Society 
for the Advancement of Mgt., Freshman Baseball. 
BARNHILL, WILLIAM; Coffeyville, Kansas, Design 
and Drafting, Delta Phi Kappa, Arizona Club. BARN- 
SON, BRUCE R.; Salt Lake City, Utah, Teacher Ed. 



BARSON, FAE; Inglewood, Calif., Commercial Art, 
Art Guild. BATEMAN, JOHN M.; Odgen, Utah, 
Mechanical Eng., Delta Phi Kappa. BATSON, KEN- 
NETH B.; Las Vegas, Nevada, Accounting. BASTER, 
LINDA; Noethbrook, 111., Homemaking Ed., Central 
Dance Committee, Oratorio Choir. 




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BAXTER, LOREN; Klamath Falls, Oregon, Account- 
ing, Athenians, Central Dance Committee, Delta Phi 
Kappa, Varsity Band, Varsity Wrestlmg. BAY, 
FRANCES; Salt Lake City, Utah, Elementary Ed., Dorm 
President. BEAN, BRENT; Teton, Idaho, Physics, 
Sigma Pi Sigma. BEAN, ROGER; Price, Utah, Span- 
ish, IKs. 



BENDALL, IRENE; Pleasant Grove, Utah, Homemak- 
ing Ed., Sigma Delta Omicron. BEAUCHAMP, 
CAROL; Mananna, Fla., History. BECK, CHERYL; 
Alamogordo, N.M., Psychology, Concert Band, Sym- 
phony, Marching Band. BEHRING, KENDRICKS; 
Provo.Utah, Accounting, Track. 



BELL, BRAXTEN; Pikeuill, N.C, Education. BELL, 
SUZANNE; Dnggs, Idaho, Business Ed. BENNETT, 
DEAN; Provo, Utah, Secondary Ed., University Chorale. 
BENNETT, RICHARD; Pasadena, Calif., History Ed. 



BENSON, JUDITH; Phoenix, Ariz., Special Education, 
AWS, Jr. Activities Council, Sportswomen, Theta Epsi- 
Ion Chi, Leadership Committee. BENTLEY, JOAN; 
Lewiston, Idaho, Nursing, Student Nurses Assn., Thea 
Alexis. BERGLUND, GARY; Provo, Utah, Spanish, 
Spanish Club, Sons of Ammon. BERNSON, NEAL; 
Provo, Utah, Sociology, Young Republicans. 



BERRY, ALAN; San Gabriel, Calif., Pre-Dental. BES- 
SAC, MIREILLE; Lyon, France, Chemistry. 




SENIORS 



BESSEY, ALICE; Upland, Calif., Elementary Ed., Spirit 
Committee, Banyan Staff. BIGELOW, LOYDENE; 
Eager, Ariz., Medical Tech. BIGLER, RALPH; Provo, 
Utah, Sociology-geog-hist. BINGHAM, BETTY ANN; 
Provo, Utah, Dramatic Arts. 




BITTER, RONALD; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Zoology. 
BLACKHURST, ELIZABETH; Butte, Mont., Elemen- 
tary Ed. BLACKMAN, EUGENE; Long Beach, Calif., 
Business Mgt., Brazilian Club. BLAKE, SALLY; Santa 
Rosa, Calif., Cumorah Club. 



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BLALOCK, BRENDA; Liberty, Miss., Elementary Ed. 
BLANE, SANDRA; Deland, Fla., Office Management. 
BORBA, DOUGLAS C; S Paulo, Brazil, Chemistry, 
International Students Council. BOULTER, LARRY; 
Laramie, Wyo., Art, University Choral. 



BOURNE, SIDNEY; Alberta, Canada, Geology. BOW- 
ER, WILLIAM R.; Port Angeles, Wash., Industrial Ed., 
Phi Eta Sigma; AIDD, ALAA. BOWTHORPE, DEN- 
NIS; Salt Lake City, Utah, Business, Samuel Hall So- 
ciety. BOYCE, IRENE; Pocatello, Idaho, Art Ed. 



BOYER, TERI; Tabor, Iowa, Nursing, Student Nurs- 
ing Assn. BRADSHAW, LINDA; Salt Lake City, 
Utah, Elementary Ed., AWS, Housing Intramurals. 
BREGLIO, VINCE; Whittier, Calif., Psychology, Execu- 
tive Council, Senate, Cougar Club, Chinese Club, Execu- 
tive Assn., Senate President. BRIGGS, VIRGINIA; 
Burlington, Wyo., English, Program Bureau, A Capella 
Choir, English Major. 




BRIMHALL, F. EUGENE; Provo, Utah, Business Mgt., 
Ballroom Dance Team, IK's. BRISK, ALLEN; Copper- 
ton, Utah, Political Science, Alpine Club. BROOKSBY, 
FORD WADE; Fredonia, Ariz., Accounting, APO. 
BROOKS, WILLIAM R.; Provo, Utah, Art. 



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BROSS, TEDD; Medford, Ore., Business Mgt. BROS- 
SARD, BEN; Palo Alto, Calif., Accounting, IK's. 



BROWN, BONNIE; Lomita, Calif., Elementary Ed. 
BROWN, DOROTHY JEAN; Castro Valley, Calif., 
Elementary Ed. BROWN, JANEEN; Los Angeles, 
Calif., Sociology. BROWN, KAREEN; St. George, 
Utah, HDFR, Kia Ora Club. 



BROWN, LARRY; Klamath Falls, Ore., Physical Ed. 
BROWNING, GARY; St. Maries, Idaho, Russian 
Language and Literature, Blue Key, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Senior Class President, Jr. House of Rep. BRUND- 
AGE, ELIZABETH; Phoenix, Ariz., Elementary Ed. 
BRYAN, MERRIL; Springville, Utah, Zoology, Premed- 
Predent Club, House of Rep., Jr. Prom Committee. 



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BUCHAN, BONNIE; Alameda, Calif., Elementary Ed., 
Sportswomen Class Committee. BUCK, JANICE; Salt 
Lake City, Utah, Elementary Ed. BUDD, CAROLYN; 
Salt Lake City, Utah, Physical Ed., Thea Alexis, Wo- 
men's Intramural Council. BUNCE, ANNETTE; Moab, 
Utah, Elementary Ed., ACE. 



BUNKER, JUDY; Las Vegas, Nev., English. BUNK- 
ER, MERRILL; Delta, Utah, Economics, Senior House 
of Rep., South German Mission Club. 




SENIORS 



BUNNELL, GLEE; Orem, Utah, Homemaking Ed., 
Sigma Delta Omicron. BURNINGHAM, ROBERT 
G.; Provo, Utah, Advertising- Public Relations. BURN- 
INGHAM, STEPHEN; Provo, Utah, Teacher Ed. 
BURR, ROBERT; Salina, Utah, Accounting. 





BUSH, CAROL; American Fork, Utah, Nursing. BUT- 
LER, SYLVIA; Woddinville, Wash., Psychology, Psi 
Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Theta Alpha Phi, Samoan 
Club, Honors Program, Honor Council, Junior Cabinet. 
BUZARD, KENNETH; Cypress, Calif., Bacteriology, 
Alpine Club. CABEL, LEWIS; Los Angeles, Calif.. 
Elementary Ed. 



CAHALAN, ALICE; Santa Fe, N.M., Nursing. CALD- 
WELL, CARYN; Spokane, Wash., HDFR, Inter-Hall 
Council, Sophomore Spirit Committee, Dorm President, 
CALL, NORA; Albuquerque, N.M., HDFR, Angel 
Flight, Senior House of Rep. CALLISTER, KEN- 
NETH N.; GransHille, Utah, Industrial Ed., Industrial 
Arts Club. 



CAMERON, LESLIE; Las Vegas, Nev., Interior De- 
sign, Thea Alexis, Chi Triellas, Freshman Historian, 
Sophomore Senator, ASBYU Social Committee. CAM- 
BELL, GARY; American Fork, Utah, Industrial Arts. 
CANNON, MARYINA; Culver City, Calif., Dramatic 
Arts, Spanish Club, Dorm President. CANNON, 
RUTH LYNNE; Provo, Utah, Math, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Math Club, German Club, Student Ed. Asso., 
Soph. Cabinet, Junior House of Rep., World Affairs 
Committee. 



CAPSON, ELEANOR; Arcadia, Utah, Music, A Cap- 
pella Choir, Woman's Choir, Schola Cantorum. CARA- 
WAY, ANN; Greenville, Calif., Homemaking Ed., 
Sigma Delta Omicron, Univ. Chorale. CARPENTER, 
KAY; Medesto, Calif., Music Ed. CARPENTER, 
PAUL; El Cerrito, Calif., Economia. 



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CARRIGAN, ANN; Margon, Utah, Elementary Ed., 
Varsity Band, ACE, SEA, Oratorio, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, CARTER, HAROLD COURT; Redlands, Calif., 
Accounting, Inter-Hall Council, Stover Hall President, 
Marching Band. CARTER, LINDA; Beaver, Utah, 
Physical Ed. CARTER, RUTH; Mountain View, Can- 
ada, Elementary Ed., Canadian Club. 



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CHAN, WING FUNG; Hong Kong, China, Business 
Mgt. CHAN, YING MING; Los Angeles, Calif., 
Mechanical Eng. CHAPMAN, CORMA G.; Orem, 
Utah, History. CHAPPELL, JANET; South Roy, Utah, 
HDFR, Merrill-Palmer 1964. 



CHAPPLE, HARRY LEROY; Huntington Beach, Calif., 
Secondary Ed., Lambda Delta Sigma. CHENEY, ERN- 
EST; Emmett, Idaho, Accounting. CHENEY, JUDY; 
Prove, Utah, English. CHENEY, SUSAN; Encino, 
Calif., Homemaking Ed. 



CHICK, BARBARA; Kensington, Maryland, Art, Yan- 
kee Club. CHINPELLA, JEAN; Anaheim, Calif., 
HDFR. CHRISTENSEN, IVA LOU; Mink Greek, 
Idaho, HDFR. CHRISTENSEN, JOAN; Salem, Utah, 
Dramatic Arts, Theta Alpha Phi, Y Calcares, Lambda 
Delta Sigma, Varsity Band. 



CHRISTENSEN, LINDA; Covina, Calif., Housing & 
Home Mgt. CHRISTENSEN, MARK; Detroit, Mich., 
Bacteriology. CHRISTOPHERSON, ANN; Provo, 
Utah, HDFR, Sportswomen, Folk Dancers, Merrill- 
Palmer 1964. CHURCH, DAVID; Erie, Pa., Geo- 
graphy, Arnold Air Society, Fencing Club. 




CARTER, SHEILA; Ogden, Utah, Journalism, Editor of 
Daily Universe. CASE, BECKY; Ashton, Idaho, Physi- 
cal Ed. 



CASH, FRANCIS; Alexandria, Va., Accounting, Young 
Republicans. CASTLE, DEAN; Albuquerque, N.M., 
German, Senior House of Rep., Scola Cantorum. CAS- 
TLEBERRY, BENDA; Rigby, Idaho, English Ed., Eng- 
lish Majors, UEA. CHAN, RICHARD; Seattle, Wash., 
Chemistry. 




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CHURCH, ELAINE; Mesa, Ariz., ' Elementary Ed., 
Chairman Wilkinson Center Hospitality Committee, 
Program Council, Executive Secretary of ASBYU. 
CLARK, RICHARD C; Laconia, N.H., Political Sci- 
ence. CLARK, TERRI; Prove, Utah, Elementary Ed., 
Assn. for Childhood Ed., Student Ed. Assn. CLAUSE, 
LORETTA; Billings, Mont., Psychology. 



CLEGG, WILDON; Provo, Utah, Communications, 
Concert Band, Orchestra, Radio-TV, Mask Club, KBYU- 
FM. CLEVERLY, KAY; Provo, Utah, Accounting. 
CLIFTON, LLOYD; Provo, Utah, Sociology. COATS, 
PHYLLIS; Mt. Pleasant, Utah, Elementary Ed. 



COATS, GLEN; Orem, Utah, Accountmg. COD- 
DINGTON, MIRIAM J.; Richmond, Ind., Music Ed., 
Student Education Assn., Symphony Orchestra. COGO, 
CAROL; Glendale, Cahf., Spanish, Young Democrates, 
Spanish Club, French Club. COLEMAN, REMA KAY; 
Long Beach, Calif., Elementary Ed., AWS. 



COLLIER, KEITH A; Santa Barbara, Calif., English, 
White Key, Alpha Lambda Delta, Soph. Cabinet, Jun- 
ior House of Rep., V.P. of English Majors. COLLINS, 
CONSTANCE; Oakland, Calif., Business Ed. & Office 
Mgt., Spurs, University Chorale. COLOVICH, CARO- 
LEE; Eurekea, Utah, Teacher Ed. COOK, KATHRYN; 
Shelley, Idaho, English, Oratorio Choir. 





COOK, LINDA JEAN; Ririe, Idaho, Sociology. 
COOMBS, RICHARD; Banning, Calif., Math. 



SENIORS 



COONS, SHARON; Warren, Ariz., Elementary Ed. 
COPELAND, LYNDA; Tacksonuale, Fla., Elementary 
Ed. CORTEZ, DAVID L.; San Antonio, Texas. COR- 
TEEN, ELAINE; Mesa, Ariz., French. 



COTTAM, NANCY; Sherman Oaks, Calif., Elementary 
Ed. COULAM, ANNETTE; Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Homemaking Ed., Shomrah Kiyel, Omicron Nu, Sigma 
Delta Omicron. CRAWFORD, KAY; Starke, Fla., 
Elementary Ed. CRAWFORD, RONALD; Starke, 
Fla., Physical Ed. 



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CROCKETT, DAVID F.; Berkeley, Calif., French, A 
Cappella. CROCKETT, DAVID S.; Hayward, Calif., 
French. CROFTS, MURIEL; Panquitch, Utah, Office 
Mgt. CROFTS, SHIRLEY; Menlo Park, Calif., English. 



CROMPTON, DIANE; Sparks, Ne\'., Business Ed., 
Spurs, Y Calcares. CROSSLEY, DENNIS JAMES; St. 
Charles, Idaho, English. CURRAN, C. CREMADE; 
Provo, Utah, Advertising and Public Relations. CUTTS, 
RHONDDA; Mel Victoria, Australia., Elementary Ed. 



DALLEY, S. GARY; Provo, Utah, Zoology, Concert 
Band, Orchestra. DALTON, KATHIE; Music Ed. 
DARLEY, MABLE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Nursing, 
Marching Band, Student Nurses Assn. DARNELL, 
DONALD R.; Grand Junction, Colo., Business Mgt., 
ROTC. 





DASTRUP, SHERRIE; Auburn, Calif., Business Ed., 
Co-director of Homecoming Assembly, Receptionist for 
Student Body Pres. DAVIDSON, CAROL; La Habra, 
Calif., Zoology, Young American for Freedom. DAVIS, 
DIANNE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Nursing, Student 
Nurses. DAY, PHYLLIS; Salt Lake City, Utah, Teacher 
Ed. 



DEARINGER, WILLIAM C; Orem, Utah, Math. 
DECKER, BARBARA; Mesa, Ariz., Clothing and Tex- 
tiles. 



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DECKER, FLORA; Mesa, Ariz., Spanish, Sigma Delta 
Pi, Arizona Club. DECKER, MILES; Provo, Utah, 
Business Mgt., Business Mgt. Assn. DEMETER, EU- 
GENE J.; Willowdale, Can. DESPAIN, DAVID; 
Centerfield, Utah, Accounting. 



DIEHL, CURT; Helena, 
MAR, PAMELA; Provo, 
Bureau, AWS Committee. 
Idaho, English, English 
ANNE; Cor\'allis, Mont., 
Art Guild. 



Mont., Air Science. DITT- 

Utah, Fine Arts, Program 

DIXON, DIANNE; Jerome, 

Majors. DIXON, L. DE- 

Art, City Coeds of AWS, 



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DIXON, MICHAEL; Dallas, Texas, Psychology. 
DODSON, RON; Long Beach, Calif., Business Mgt. 
DOERING, ANN; Cincinnati, Ohio, Zoology. DONA- 
HOE, CASHELL, JR.; Richmond, Virginia, Electrical 
Eng., South German Mission Club. 



DONALDSON, KERRY; Duncan Ariz., Spanish, Ari- 
zona Club. DOPP, DEAN; McCammon, Idaho, Physi- 
cal Ed. 




SENIORS 



DORSEY, MAROLYN; Caldwell, Idaho, Homemaking 
Ed., Sigma Delta Omicron. DOXEY, JILL; Salt Lake 
City, Utah, Elementary Ed. DRAWHORN, SALLY; 
Dayton, Texas, English, Leadership Committee, Spurs, 
AWS Council. DRAY, DENNIS; Rensselaer, New 
York, Zoology, French East Missionaries. 





DUNKLEY, HELEN; American Fork, Utah, HDFR. 
DUNN, STANLEY; Salt Lake City, Utah, Business, 
Tau Sigma, Varsity Gymnastics, Cougar Club, Pres. of 
the Senior Class, House of Rep. EADS, CHARLES; 
Laramie, Wyo., General. EALAN, CHARLES; Orange, 
Calif., French. 



EASTHOPE, EVAN; Alberta, Canada; Industrial Arts 
Ed. EASTMAN, DONALD; Riverton, Utah, German, 
Alpha Phi Omega. EASTMAN, ELIZABETH; Ather- 
ton, Calif., Elementary Ed., Sportswomen. ECHO- 
HAWK, LUCILLIE; Farmington, New Mex., History. 



EDWARDS, DARRELL; Olivehurst, Calif., Psychology. 
EGBERT, ALFRED, J.; Corona, Calif., Political Sci- 
ence. EDWARDS. ROZANNE CAROL; Halifax, 
Canada, French. EKINS, JEANIE; Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 



EKINS, LEO; Hinkley, Utah, Agronomy, Junior Class 
of Rep. EKLUND, CYNTHIA; Santa Barbara, Calif., 
Elementary Ed., Program Bureau, University Chorale. 
ELISON, GAR T., Malta, Idaho, Political Science, 
Chief Justice of Traffic Court. ELKINGTON, CLAIR; 
Tooele, Utah, Zoology. 



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ELLIS, ELAINE; Farmington, Utah, Elementary Ed., 
University Chorale, Japanese Club. ELLIS, LEONARD; 
Provo, Utah, Speech & English. ELLIS, WILLARD; 
Berkeley, Calif., Business Mgt., Prom Committee, Briga- 
dier Social Unit. ELZINGA, J. LAVELLE; Salt Lake 
City, Utah, Sociology. 



EVANS, DA SHEL; Vernal, Utah, Elementary Ed., 
Universit)' Chorale, Shamrah Kiyel. EVANS, EVE; 
Los Angeles, Calif., Psychology. 



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EVANS, FRED; Arcadia, Utah, History, Uintah Basin 
Club. EVANS, PATRICIA; Lansing, Mich., Elemen- 
tary Ed. EVANS, SUSAN E., San Marino, Calif., 
Political Science, Tokalon Social Unit, Vakhom Culture 
Unit. EVENSON, WILLIAM; Martinez, Calif., Phys- 
isc, Blue Ke)', Archon, Honors Program, AMS Secre- 
tary. 



EVERTSEN, M. SUZANNE; Ogden, Utah, English, 
Leadership Committee, Women's Chorus, Oratorio 
Choir. EYRING, SANDRA; Tempe, Ariz., Elemen- 
tary Ed. FADEN, GAYLE; Orem, Utah, Cougarettes. 
FAIRBOURN, LEE RAY; Orem, Utah, Industrial Ed., 
AFROTC. 



FARNSWORTH, GARY F.; Provo, Utah, Elementary 
Ed., Student Education Assoc. FARR, GEORGIANNE; 
Provo, Utah, Speech & Hearing Therapy, Sigma Alpha 
Eta, FARRELL, JANICE; Sudbury, Mass., French, 
French Club, Spanish Club, Arizona Club. FAR- 
THING, PAULA; Under, Wyo., Housing & Home 
Mgt. 



FAILKENHAM, KAAREN; Garden Grove, Calif., 
Psychology, FAULKNER, DARLA; Toppenish, Wash., 
Elementary Ed., Y Squares, Arizona Club, Mask Club. 
FA WINS, CAROL E.; Fresno, Calif., HDFR. FEHER, 
PAUL; Studio City, Calif., Business Mgt., Delta Phi. 



FELIN, PERTTI; Helsinki, Finland., German, Finnish 
Club. FELIX, GORDON K.; American Fork, Utah, 
Industrial Ed. FERRELL, KAY; Springville, Utah, 
Sociology, Scribblers Club, Banyan Organization Editor, 
Banyan Managing Editor. FIFE, MARCIA; Los An- 
geles, Calif., HDFR. 




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FINCH. PATRICIA; Provo, Utah, Psycholog>-. FISH, 
MARLENE; Cincinnati, Ohio, Histor)'. FISHER, DON 
LOWELL; Provo, Utah, Math. FISHER, JOLEY; 
Mountain Home, Idaho, Elementary Ed. 



FISHER, JOY; Mountam Home, Idaho, Physical Ed., 
Spanish Club. FLAKE, LAWRENCE; Boise, Idaho, 
Speech. FLAKE, NENA; Mesa, Ariz., Homemaking 
Ed., Sigma Delta Amicron, Omicron Nu. FLETCHER, 
ROBERT; Santa Ana, Calif., Accounting. 



FLOWERS, SARAH LEE; Wilmington, N.C., Ele- 
mentary Ed. FLYNN, COLLEEN; Salt Lake City, 
Utah, Business Ed. FOCK, LINDA; Hong Kong, 
China, Geography, Chinese Club, Spanish Club. FORD, 
GERALD; Buffalo, N.Y., Zoology. 



FORD, ROBERT; Los Angeles, Calif., Physics. FORD- 
HAM, DORTHY; Grantsville, Utah, Business Ed., 
Thea Alexis. FORSGREN, BRENT; Murray, Utah, 
Psychology, Y Eng. Technology Club. FORTNEY, 
CARON; Provo, Utah, Elementary Ed. 



FOULK, BEN; Pleasant Hill, Calif., Zoology, Cougar 
Club, Tau Sigma, AMS. FOELER, ANN; Denver, 
Colo., Elementary Ed. 



FOX, MARSHA; Vernal, Utah, Physical Ed., Women's 
Intramural Council. FRANCIS, C. ELAINE; Spanish 
Fork, Utah, Elementary Ed., A Cappella Choir. FRAND- 
SEN, JOAN; Centerfield, Utah, Business Ed., Program 
Bureau. FRENCH, LETTY; Encino, Calif., HDFR. 



FRY. JOHN D.; Business Mgt., Summer Universe 
Business Manager, East Central Mission Club. FUCHI- 
GAMI, JAMES H.; Lanai City, Hawaii, Zoology, Jap- 
anese Club, Archery Club, Hawaiian Club. FUESTON, 
CLAUDETTE; Spamaway, Wash., HDFR, Spurs, Y 
Calcares, White Key, Shomrah Kiyel. FULLER, LEON 
H.; Prescott, Ariz., Industrial Ed., Arizona Club. 



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CABANA, FELIPE; Wahiawa, Hawaii, Civil Eng., Ha- 
waiian Club, Am. Soc. Civil Engs. GADD, GALEN 
N.; Nephi, Utah, Zoology, Pre Med. -Dent. Club, Uni- 
verse Photographer, Banyan Head Photographer. 
GAINES, GLORIA; Pleasant Grove, Utah, Phiysical 
Ed. GALBRAITH, CAROL; Raymond, Alberta, Ele- 
mentary Ed. 



GANO, BARBARA; Keosaugua, Iowa, HDFR, Univer- 
sity Chorale, Sigma Delta Omicron. GARDNER, AN- 
DREW; Delta, Utah, Political Science. GARDNER, 
KAREN; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Physics. GARDENER, 
WAYNE; El Centro, Calif., Political Science, Finnish 
Club, Karate Club, 



GARRET, PATRICIA; La Canada, Calif., Clinical 
Tech. GARRITY, EDWARD A.; Provo, Utah, Eng- 
lish, GARVIN, GROVER; Spokane, Wash., Physical 
Ed. GATHERCOAL, GLORIA; Glemdora, Calif., 
Nursing, Student Nursing Assoc. 





GEORGIA, MARLEN; Swan Valley, Idaho, Sociology, 
Sons of Ammon. GERHART, ANNE; Great Falls, 
Mont., Elementary Ed., Soph. Cabinet. GERHART, 
PHIL C; Great Falls, Mont., Chemical Eng. GERMER, 
COLLEEN; Deweyville, Utah, Business Ed., Phi Chi 
Theta. 



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GIBB, CAROLYN; Welling, Alberta, Elementary Ed., 
AWS, Senior Council. GIBB, DAVID; Provo, Utah, 
Political Science, Honor Council, Male Chorus, Oratorio 
Choir. 




GIBBONS, GEORGE; Eagar, Ariz.. Animal Science, 
Arizona Club, Stockman's Club. GIBBONS, LELAND; 
Gooding, Idaho, Industrial Ed., Industrial Arts Assn. 
GIBSON, NANCY; Phoenix, Ariz., Homemaking Ed., 
Chi Triellas Culture Unit. GILL, JOHN D.; Spring- 
ville, Utah, Drafting & Designing, AIDD. 



GILL, RICHARD A.; Avon, Mont., Botany, AFROTC. 
GILLESPIE, L. KAY; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Political 
Science, Brigadier Social Unit, German Club. GILLI- 
LAND, JANICE; Springfiels, Ore., English. GIL- 
MAN, GARRY; Las Cruces, N.M., English. 



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GLIMAN, VIRGINIA; Boise, Idaho, Psycholog)-, Con- 
cert Band, Orchestra. GLAZIER, LYNDA; Riverside, 
Calif., Recreation, Vakhnom Culture Unit, Spring For- 
mal Committee. GLINES, FREDERICK; Richland, 
Wash., Industrial Ed., Industrial Arts Assn. GLOVER, 
LE ROY L.; Seattle, Wash., Mechanical Eng., Am. 
Soc. Mechanical Eng. 



GOATES, LA MAR; Provo, Utah, Electrical Eng., IEEE. 
GOFF, BEATRICE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Elementary 
Ed., Honor Council, Leadership Committee, Symphony 
Orchestra. 




SENIORS 



GOLD, BRENDA; Phoenix, Ariz., Homemaking Ed. 
GOODE, FREDERICK; Tempe, Ariz., Accounting, 
Senior House of Rep., International Folk Dancers. 
GOODSELL, VIRGINIA; Arlington, Va., Music. 
GOODWIN, GENE; Burley, Idaho, Business Mgt. 





GOSS, TOM; Ukeview, Ore., Agronomy. GOWERS, 
MARION; Nephi, Utah, Sociology, Y Calcares, Alpha 
Lambda Delta. GRAFF, CONNIE V.; Mesa, Ariz., 
English, Oratorio Choir, Assembly Committee. GARY, 
LARRY; Provo, Utah, Business Mgt. 



GREEN, F. RAY; Huntington, Utah, Mechanical Eng. 
GREEN, JON D.; St. George, Utah, Humanities. 
GREEN, LYNN; Murray, Utah, Economics, Program 
Bureau, Senate. GREENBURG, WILLIAM; Apple Val- 
ley, Calif., Business Mgt., Pres. of Advertising Fra- 
ternity, Business Mgt. Assn. 



GREENFIELD, GERALD H.; Nogales, Ariz., Psycho- 
logy. GREENWOOD, V. JILL; Concord, Calif., Eng- 
lish. GRIFFITH, DENNIS A.; Whittier, Calif., Busi- 
ness Mgt. GROSSCUP, MARSHA; Jesup, Iowa, Ele- 
mentary Ed., University Chorale, Mask Club, Student 
Education Assn. 



GROTEGUT, BERNIECE; Spanish Fork, Utah, Home- 
making Ed. GUNDERSEN, JANET; Salt Lake City, 
Utah, English, Concert Band, English Majors, March- 
ing Band, Universe Ass't. Society Editor. GUNTHER, 
LARRY; Albuquerque, N.M., Physics, Sigma Pi Sigma. 
GUYMAN, VERNON; Coranado, Olif., Math. 



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HAGBERG, CAROL GAY; Gridley, Calif., Elementary 
Ed., Assn. For Childhood Ed. HALL, DOROTHY; 
Springville. Utah, English, English Majors, Banyan 
Technical Copy Editor, UAS, Spanish Club, History 
Club. HAGGBERG, LINDA; North Hollywood, 
Calif., HDFR. HAGGERTY, DAVID; Salt Lake City, 
Utah, HDFR. 



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HALE, SALLY; Glendale, Calif., HDFR, Chi Triellas, 
Program Bureau, Head Flagtwirler. HALES, NOEL; 
Nampa, Idaho, Business Mgt. 






HAMMOND, JOHN J.; Prove, Utah, Political Science. 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA; Port Hueneme, Olif., Physi- 
cal Ed., Orchestra, International Folk Dance. HANKS, 
MARIE; Burley, Idaho, History, Alpha Lamda Delta, 
Sigma Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Spanish Club, History 
Club, Women's Chorus. HANNIG, ELIZABETH; 
Lynchburg, South Carolina, HDFR-Elementary Ed., 
Confederate Club. 



HANSEN, DOUGLAS D.; Glendale, Calif., Account- 
ing, IK's, Homecoming Committee. HANSEN, JU- 
DITH; Los Angeles, Calif., HDFR, Kappa Deb, City 
Coeds. HANSEN, LYDIA; Spanish Fork, Utah, 
HDFR. HANSEN, QUE; Newdale, Idaho, Political 
Science. 




HALL, ORLENA; Blackfoot, Idaho, History. HALLA- 
DAY, SCOTT J.; Spanish Fork, Utah, Psychology, 
Oratorio Choir, IKs. HAMBERGER, RONALD L.; 
Political Science. HAMMOND, JANET; Pasadena, 
Calif., HDFR-Elementary Ed., Thea Alexis. 



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HANSEN, WARREN D.; Burley, Idaho, Political Sci- 
ence, Judge of the Traffic Court, Asst. Chairman of 
Homecoming. HANSON, DONALD; Prove, Utah, 
Psychology. HARDING, NEIL; American Fork, Utah, 
Teacher Education. HARKER, GEORGE R.; Alberta, 
Canada, Psychology, Canadian Club, Controversy Com- 
mittee. 







HARKER, JOHN; Shelley, Idaho, Political Science, 
Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Sigma Alpha, Honor Council, Soph. 
House of Rep. HARLINE, DENNIS; Palos Verdes, 
Calif., Zoology. HARMON, LAWRENCE; Melbourne, 
Florida, Hispanic American Studies, Junior and Senior 
House of Rep., Spanish Honorary, Concert Band, 
Marching Band, Circle K. HARPER, MARY KATHE- 
RINE; Provo, Utah, French. 








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HARRIS, DALE; Cisco, Utah, Botany, Arizona Club, 
Range Mgt. Societ)'. HARRIS, JO ANN; Eagle, Idaho, 
Elementary Ed. HARRISON, HARLAN F.; Orem, 
Utah, Political Science, Finnish Club. HARRISON, 
YVONNE; Dudley, Geo., Sociology. 



HART, TRAVIS R.; Bakersfield, Calif., History. 
HARTLEY, BRYAN; San Lorenzo, Calif., German, 
Senior House of Rep. HARVEY, T. EDWARD; 
Provo, Utah, Spanish. HASEK, CONSTANCE; Ada, 
Mich., English, English Majors. 



HASHTROUDI, PARVIZ; Tehran, Iran, Animal Sci- 
ence. HASLAM, LINDA; Denver, Colo., History, 
History Club, French Club, University Chorale. HAST- 
INGS, MAXINE; Midvale, Utah, Elementary Ed., Assn. 
of Childhood Ed. HATCH, ANTHONY; Colonia 
Chih, Mexico, Horticulture, Peruvian Club, Junior 
House of Rep. 



HAWKINS, CYNTHIA; La Mirada, Calif., Elemen- 
tary Ed. HAWKINS, PEGGY; St. George, Utah, Art, 
Assembly Set Committee. HAWS, MARY; Mesa, Ariz., 
Elementary Ed. HAYASHI. GAIL; South Gate, Calif., 
History, Angel Flight, History Club, International Re- 
lations. 



HEDENGREN, JEAN; Vancouver, Wash., Nursing, 
Student Nurses Assn. HENDERSON, GARY; Provo, 
Utah, French. 



HENDRICKS, DONNA; Fort Bragg, Calif., Elemen- 
tary Ed., Spanish Club, French Club, University Chorale. 
HENDRICKS, LLEWELLYN O.; Grandview, Wash., 
Accounting. HENINGER. SUSAN; Idaho Falls, Idaho, 
Art. HEPWORTH, LA DAWN; Afton, Wyo., Home 
Economics Ed., Sigma Delta Omicron, Central Publicity. 



BERLIN, LYNETTE; Lincoln, Mass.. Speech Therapy, 
Sigma Alpha Eta, Alpine Club, Arizona Club. HER- 
NANDEZ. DELLA; Fresno, Calif., Elementary Ed. 
HESELTON, DORIS; Upton, Mass., Home Econ. Ed. 
HESS, STEVEN; Brigham City, Utah, German. 




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HICKEN, LINDA JANE; Alberta, Can., English. 
HICKMAN, DE ANN; Arlington, Va., Business Ed., 
International Relations Club. HICKS, SHARON; Na- 
tional City, Calif., Elementary Ed. HIGBEE, KEN- 
NETH; Spokane, Wash., Psychology, Blue Key, AMS 
Council, Chairman of Studentbody Melon bust, Senior 
Class Pres. 



HIGGINS, SANDRA; Flint, Mich., English Ed., French 
Club. HILL, CAROLYN; Concord, Calif., Drama & 
Speech, Sophomore & Junior House of Rep., Vakhnom 
Culture Unit. 
HILL, JANET A.; San Diego, Calif., Sociology. 



HILL, LARRY; Emmett, Idaho, Accounting. HILL, 
SHERRY LEE; Provo, Utah, HDFR, Spurs, Sigma 
Delta Omicron. HOBBY, EDWARD; Provo, Utah, 
Youth Leadership, Past Pres. of Alpha Phi Omega. 
HOFFMAN, MARY JO; Pasadena, Calif., Elementary 
Ed. 





HOLMAN, MARIAN; Montrose, Colo., HDFR, 
HOLMES, HELEN PATRICIA; Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Business Ed. HOLSINGER, DONALD B.; Boise, 
Idaho, Hispanic American Studies, Spanish Club, Bra- 
zilian Club. HOLT, JANE; Oakley, Idaho, Elemen- 
tary Ed. 



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HOLTY, CAROLA LYNNE; Pasadena, Calif., HDFR, 
Womens Chorus, University Chorale, Artist for "The 
Echo", Sigma Delta Omicron, Sophomore Class Cabinet. 
HOLYOAK, RULON M.; Moab, Utah, Technical 
Teacher Ed., Delta Phi Kappa. 




HONE, ALTON L.; Pleasant Grove, Utah, Art. HOPE, 
RENE; Provo, Utah, Physics. HOPKINS, BRUCE; 
Lakeview, Ore., Political Science, HOSCH, SUSAN; 
Provo, Utah, German. 



HOUSSIAN, PAM; Alberta, Canada, Sociology. HOUS- 
TON, LARRAINE; Provo, Utah, Sociology. HOW- 
ARD, BONNY; Altadena, Calif., Art, Calif. Club, 
Vakhnom Culture Unit, Senate Secretary, Preference 
Ball Committees. HOWARD, CHARLOTTE COOK; 
Provo, Utah, English, AWS Activities Council. 



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HOWARD, GLEN; St. Anthony, Idaho, Physics, Sigma 
Pi Sigma. HUFF, CRAIG; Houston, Texas, Industrial 
Eng. HUFF, JACQUELYN; Escondio, Calif., Home- 
making Ed. HUFF, JOAN; Redlands, Calif., HDFR. 






HUGHES, DONALD; Kansas City, MO.. Electrical 
Eng., I.K.'s French East Mission Club. HUGHES, 
RONALD; Orofino, Idaho, Accounting. 





SENIORS 



HUMBERSTONE, BRUCE; EI Monte, Calif., English. 
HUNLEY, BEVERLY Y.; El Segundo, Calif., Elemen- 
tary Ed. HUNTER, ALISON; Salt Lake City, Utah, 
English. HUNTTING, LLOYD; Provo, Utah, Physics. 





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HUTCHINGS, BARBARA ANN; Pearl River, N.Y., 
Sociology, German Club. HUTCHINGS, LOREE; Mc- 
Gill, Ne\'., Psychology, Psi Chi. HUTCHINSON, H. 
LARRY; San Jose, Calif., Accounting, I.K.'s HYATT, 
MARGARET S.; North Haven, Conn., Music. 



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ICKES, RODNEY; Page, Nebr., Political Science. IN- 
GRAM, ALLEEN; Epson Aukland, N.Z., English, 
White Key, Kia Ora Club, Dorm Pres. INGOLD, 
DWAYNE; Freeport, 111., Electrical Eng., IEEE, Young 
Republicans. INOUYE, RONALD N.; American Fork, 
Utah, Accounting, I.K.'s. 





IVERSON, BOYD; Townsend, Mont., Zoology. JACK- 
MAN, ARTHUR R.; Rosemead, Calif., Electrical Eng., 
IEEE. JACOBS, JUDY; Provo, Utah, HDFR., Delta 
Sigma Omicron, AWS Vice Pres. of Activities. JA- 
COBSEN, BART; San Diego, Calif., Physical Ed., Tau 
Sigma Social Unit. 






JACOBSEN, CHERYL; Provo, Utah, HDFR-Elemen- 
tary Ed. JACOBSEN, SUSAN; Atlanta, Ga., Housing 
& Home Mgt., Confederate Club, Sigma Delta Omicron. 
JANES, KAREN; Lansing, Mich., Homemaking Ed., 
Thea Alexis, AWS, Elections Committee. JARVIS, J. 
SELVOY; Provo, Utah, Geolog)'. 



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JARVIS, JUANITA; Mesa, Ariz., Elementary Ed. 
JEFFERIES, CHRIS L.; Sacramento, Calif., Political 
Science. JENSEN, BARBARA; Alberta, Canada, Ele- 
mentarj' Ed. JENSEN, JAMES; Washington D.C., So- 
ciology, International Folk Dancers. 



JENSEN, JOHN B.; Canoga Park, Calif., Spanish. 
JENSEN, KAREN LYNN; San Bernardino, Calif., 
Homemaking Ed. 



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JENSEN, LINDA E.; Ashton, Idaho, Elementary Ed. 
JENSEN, MARILYN; Salt Lake City, Utah, Home- 
making Ed. JENSEN, SANDRA; Mesa, Ariz., Elemen- 
tary Ed. JENSEN, SUSAN; Denver, Colo., Sociology. 



JENSEN, VEARL M.; Redmond, Utah, Accounting. 
JENSEN, LINDA RAE; Brigham City, Utah, Lan- 
guages, Kia Ora Club, Program Bureau, University 
Chorale. JEWELL, JAMES; Phoenix, Ariz., Spanish, 
I.K.'s, Arizona Club. JOHNSON, CLARENCE E.; 
Bloomfield, N.M., Political Science, Honor Council, 
Gulf States Club. 



JOHN- 
SON, DONALD; Nampa, Idaho, Psychology, Honor 
Concil, Phi Eta Sigma, Ballroom Dance. JOHNSON, 
GLORIA, Homemaking Ed., Sigma Delta Omicron. 
JOHNSON, MILTON, Cave Junction, Ore., Civil Eng. 



JOHNSON, NANCY LEE; HDFR-Elementary Ed., 
Sigma Delta Omicron. JOHNSON, NOEL; Shoshone, 
Idaho, Physical Ed., Spanish Club. JOHNSON, PAM- 
ELA; London, England, Sociology, International Stu- 
dents Council, Culture Committee. JOHNSON, 
PENNY; Provo, Utah, Foods and Nutrition, Y Squares, 
Sigma Delta Omicron. 



JOHNSON, RICHARD X.; Provo, Utah, Physics, Sigma 
Pi Sigma. JOHNSON, KENT R.; Boise, Idaho, Math, 
Senate. JOHNSON, STANLEY F.; Creswell, Ore., 
Political Science, Pi Sigma Alpha, International Rela- 
tions Club. JOHNSON, TRELVA; Marysville, Calif., 
Speech Therapy, Sportswomen, Sigma Alpha Eta, Soph. 
House of Rep. 



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JOHNSTON, WILLIAM; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Account- 
ing. JONES, BERNICE; San Jose, Calif., Medical 
Tech. JONES, CATHIE RAE; Lagrande, Ore., Speech 
Pathology & Audiology, Sigma Alpha Eta. JONES, 
DAWN; San Bernardino, Calif., Elementary Ed. 



JONES, DAWNA; Provo, Utah, Speech & Dramatic 
Arts, Theatre Productions. JONES, DELORES; Camano 
Island, Wash., HDFR & Elementary Ed., Shomrah 
Kiyel. JONES, MARDONNE; Va., Music, Kia Ora 
Club, University Chorale, Oratorio Choir. JORGEN- 
SEN, ROSALIE; American Fork, Utah, HDFR & Ele- 
mentary Ed., Sigma Delta Omicron, University Chorale. 



JONES, MARJORIE; Littleton, N.C., History. JONES, 
RUEL EDWIN; Provo, Utah, Psychology. JORDAN, 
FRED; Provo, Utah, Physics, Delta Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma. 
JUDD, KATHLEEN; Provo, Utah. 



KAONA, HENRY; Hanalei Kaudi, Hawaii, Sociology. 
KARREN, CLEAD; Provo, Utah, Design & Drafting, 
AIDD. KEAWEKANE, SOLOMON K.; Oahu, Ha- 
waii, Drafting Tech., Hawaiian Club, Program Bureau. 
KEDDINGTON, SUSAN; Salt Lake City, Utah, HDFR. 



KEELER, LARRY; San Gabriel, Calif., Business Mgt. 
KELLY, JAMES PATRICK; Salt Lake City, Utah, Busi- 
ness Mgt. 




SENIORS 



KELLY, LARRY P.; Burley, Idaho, Political Science, 
AFROTC, Forester Club. KEMPTON, BRENCA; Saf- 
ford, Ariz., Elementary Ed., Arizona Club, University 
Chorale. KENNARD, CAROLYN; Franklin Lakes, 
N.J., HDFR, Dorm Pres., Sigma Delta Omicron, Phi 
Chi Theta. KENNEDY, PATRICT; Sherman Oaks, 
Calif., Sociology. 



KIMBALL, DAVID G.; Salt Lake City, Utah, Sociology, 
Alpine Club, Winter Carnival Chairman, Ski Team. 
KENNELLY, MICHAEL J.; Culver City, Calif., His- 
tory, Shamrock Society. KENT, SYDNEY; Spring Val- 
ley, Calif., Elementary Ed., Spurs, Dorm Pres. KERN, 
DONNA LOU; Bedford, Ind., Teacher Education, 
Thea Alexis. 




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KING, ILINA; Heyburn, Idaho, Elementary Ed 
KING, TED; Alberta, Canada, French, French Club, 
Canadian Club. KINGHORN, KEITH; Rigby, Idaho, 
Accounting, Homecoming 1964 Business Manager. 
KIRK, GENE; Spring^'ille, Utah, English, Phi Eta Sig- 
ma. 



KIRKHAM, CRAIG B.; Business Mgt., IK's, Concert 
Band, Marching Band, University Chorale. KIRK- 
LAND, HEBER; Carey, Idaho, History, History Club. 
KITCHEN, CAROL; Salt Lake City, Utah, HDFR. 
KITTINGER, LYNN; Teacher's Ed. 



KNIGHT, NEWEL B.; Deseret, Utah, Accounting. 
KONCURAL, PIERRE J.; French. KLLEBITZ, HER- 
MAN; Honolula, Hawaii, Bacteriology, AFROTC. 
KUNG, MING H.; Hong Kong, China, Accounting, 
Chinese Club. 





KWAH, CHEUNG- WAH JOHN; San Francisco, Calif., 
Mechanical Eng., American Society of Mechanical Eng., 
Chinese Club. KYNASTON, LYNELL; Nampa, Idaho, 
Speech and Drama. LAMBERT, CAROL; Seattle, 
Wash., HDFR-Elementary Ed. LAMBERT, GARY; 
American Fork, Utah, Economics, Blue Key, Omicron 
Delta Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Symphony Orchestra, 
Concert Band. 



LANCASTER, DON; Heber, Utah, Electrical Eng. 
LARCH, SHERRON; Los Angeles, Calif., Commercial 
Art, Merrill Hall Social Chairman. 



LARKIN, DIXIE KAY; Enterprise, Utah, Elementary 
Ed. LARSON, DAVID W.; Provo, Utah, Mechanical 
Eng., American Society of Mechanical Eng., Marching 
Band. LARSON, SUE; Eugene, Ore., Spanish, Orch- 
esis. Wye Magazme Staff. LATTA, JOHN; Burlin- 
game, Calif., Electrical Eng. 



LAUPER, BONNIE; San Francisco, Calif., Music 
Theory, University Chorale, A Cappella Choir, Spurs, 
Symphony Orchestra, Concert Band. LAW, CHEE- 
KEUNG MICHAEL; Hong Kong, China, Chemistry. 
LAWRENCE, DARLENE; Granda Hills, Calif., Physi- 
cal Ed. LAWRENCE, GARY P.; Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Botany. 



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LAWRENCE, JULIA; Klamath Falls, Ore., Music. 
LAUDIE, MARILYN; Prarie Wills, Kansas, Physical 
Ed., Marching Band, Spurs, HYPER Club. LAYNE, 
LINDA; Portland, Ore., Elementary Ed., ACEI. LEA- 
VITT, ANDREA; Long Beach, Calif., Psychology, 
Dilectus Chi. 




LEAVITT, MICHAEL; Cardston, Alberta, Industrial 
Ed., lAA, Arizona Club, Canadian Club. LEE, KEY 
MARY; San Marcos, Calif., Psychology. 



LEETHAM, JOHN; Prove, Utah, Zoology. LEM- 
MON, KENNETH; Linden, Calif., Design & Drafting, 
AIDD, Afio Mai Club. LEONARD, LYNN; Torrance, 
Calif., Economics, Young Democrates, Phi Eta Sigma. 
LESUE, DIANNE; Provo, Utah, Elementary Ed., Block 
"Y" Club, Language Dept. Club. 




SENIORS 




LE SUEUR, ELALNE; Mesa, Ariz., Business Ed. 
LEWIS, CHRISTINE; Sepolveda, Calif., Elementary 
Ed., Oratorio Choir, Women's Tennis Team. LEWIS, 
JOHN; Monticello, Utah, Elementary Ed., Sons of 
Ammon. LEWIS, MARCIA MARIE; PlantsviUe, 
Conn., Nursing, Student Nursing Assn., Afio Mia Club. 



LEWIS, ROBERT P.; Provo, Utah, Physical Ed., 
HYPER Club. LINES, LEONDA; Yuma, Ariz., Home- 
making Ed. LINFORD, ROSANN; Concord, Calif., 
Elementar)- Ed., Student Relations, AWS. LINTON, 
LARRY C; Salem, Utah, Business Mgt., Business Mgt. 
Assn. 



LIVELY, WILLIAM LEONARD; Portland, Ore., Agri- 
cultural Econ. LOERTSCHER, ARDEAN; Arimo, 
Idaho, Journalism Ed., French Club, Feature & Society 
Editor of Universe. LOMAN, THOMAS R.; Nephi, 
Utah, Eleancal Eng., IEEE. LONG, BEVERLY; 
Roose\elt, Utah, HDFR-Elementary Ed., Sigma Delta 
Omicron, Junior House of Rep. 



LONG, RICHARD KENNETH; Encinitas, Calif., Ad- 
vertising & Public Relations, Daily Universe Staff. 
LORZ, FORREST; Moses Lake, Wash., Eleancal Eng. 
LOTHYAN, PHILLIP E ; Provo, Utah, History, Eng- 
lish Majors, French Club. LOSMANN, JACQUE; 
Garden Grove, Calif., Art, Collegiate Athletic Assn., 
Soph. Pres., Pep Committee. 



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LOVE, LINDA; Las Vegas, Nev., Business Ed., Phi 
Chi Theta Pres. LUDLOW, LINDA; Richfield, Utah, 
HDFR, Senate, House of Rep., Soph. Cabinet. LUD- 
LOW, WOODROW KIRK; Spanish Fork, Utah, Ac- 
counting, Delta Phi Kappa. LUDWIG, EVAN H.; 
Leeds, Utah, German, Alpha Phi Omega. 



LUEKENGA, ALIS KAY; Reno, Nev., Business Ed., 
A Cappella Choir. LUNCEFORD, JOHN; Brawley, 
Calif., Business Mgt., Alpha Phi Omega. 



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MADSEN, JO DEE; West Covina, Calif., Reaeation, 
NRA, Banyan-Adm. Editor, Y Squares. MADSEN, 
JOANN; Rexburg, Idaho, Psychology. MALOY, 
DORTHA; Bloomfield, N.M., Botany, Lambda Delta 
Sigma. MALZAHN, LINDA; Portland, Ore., Elemen- 
tary Ed., Cougaretts. 



MANN, KENNETH; Provo, Utah, Speech. MAN- 
NING, ROGER D.; Nampa, Idaho, German. MAR- 
JERISON, ROBERT; Alberta, Canada, Elementary Ed. 
MARKHAM, ALLAN; Provo, Utah, Business Mgt., 
Arizoiu Club. 



MARONEY, DENNIS; Hollister, Calif., Civil Eng. 
MARRUFFO, NAZARIO; Provo, Utah, Spanish & 
Commercial Art. MARX, DAVID W.; Elsinore, Utah, 
Electrical Eng. MASHHOON, MAHAMMAD; Teh- 
ran, Iran, Animal Science. 



MASON, TERRENCE; Douglas, Ariz., HDFR & Sec- 
ondary Ed. MASS, SHARON E.; San Diego, Calif., 
HDFR & Elementary Ed., Leadership Committee, Sigma 
Delta Omicron, Social Committee, Co-Dircetor "TTiur- 
ber the Custodian". MASTERS, CAROLYN; Tacoma, 
Wash., English. MATHENY, MELONIE; Torrance, 
Calif., Elementary Ed., Senior House of Rep., Inter- 
Terrace Council, Program Bureau. 




LUNDGREN, ROBERT N.; Alberta, Canada, Business 
Mgt. LUNDQUIST, ROY; Pico Rivera, Calif., Span- 
ish. LYMAN, H. EUGENE; Bethany, Okla., Indus- 
trial Mgt. MACKINTOSH, DEAN; Provo, Utah, Ac- 
counting, Cougar Club, Tau Sigma, Chinese Club, Arn- 
old Air Society, Sabre Air Command. 




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MC ALLISTER, MARVIN DEAN; Estacada, Ore., Ger- 
man, German Club, Arnold Air Society, Semester in 
Salzburg, Travel Dirertor Committee. MC ARTHUR, 
JANICE; St. George, Utah, Homemaking Ed., Omi- 
cron Nu, Sigma Delta Omicron. MC BRIDE, JOHN 
W.; Powell, Ore., Botany. MC BRIDE, NORMA; 
Pima, Ariz., Elementary Ed. 



MC CLELLAN, LU ANNE; Flint, Mich., Speech 
Therapy, Sigma Alpha Eta, Mask Club, University 
Chorale. MC CLELLAN, SHARLENE; Hayward, 
Calif., Elementary Ed. MC CRACKEN, DON; Great 
Falls, Mont., Sociology, Honor Council, Football. 
MC DONALD, SUSAN GATES; Salt Lake City, Utah, 
French, Kia Ora Club, Ski Club. 



MC COMAS, WILLS; Pasadena, Calif., Political Sci- 
ence, Tau Sigma Fraternity, Collegiate Athletic Assn., 
Social Activities Board, Senate, IOC Pres. MC CON- 
KIE, JOAN; St. George, Utah, Dramatic Arts. MC 
FADDEN, DAVID; Provo, Utah, Political Science, 
Cougar Club, Junior & Senior House of Rep. MC 
GUIRE, SUSAN; Bellevue, Nebr., Math Ed., German 
Club. 



MC KENZIE, ROGER IVAN; Provo, Utah, Business 
Mgt., Business Mgt. Assn., Society for the Advancement 
of Mgt., Honors Program. MC KINNON, CHAR- 
LEEN; Tacoma, Wash., Interior Design, Sigma Delta 
Omicron. MC MAINS, RICHARD; National City, 
Calif., English. MC MANUS, LINDA; Caldwell, 
Idaho, Homemaking Ed. 



MC MASTER, BRUCE; Orem, Utah, Math. MC 
MASTER, KIRBY; Orem, Utah, Math, Honors Pro- 
gram, Frosh. Basketball, Tennis Team, Advisory Board. 



SENIORS 



MC MURTREY, LINDA; Rire, Idaho, Elementary Ed. 
MC RAE, ALEXANDER; St. David, Ariz., Pre Dental, 
Arizona Club. MC TAGUE, MARY LEILANI; Amer- 
ican Fork, Utah, Teacher Ed. MEMMOTT, JOHN C; 
Chihuahua, Mexico, Horticulture. 



MERRILL, ELIZABETH ANN; Whittier, Calif., Math. 
MERRILL, JOAN; Swan Lake, Idaho, Medical Techno- 
logy, Soph., Junior, & Senior Class Houe of Rep., Band. 
MICHAELIS, LYNN A.; Garland, Utah, Business Mgt. 
MICHEL, WERNER; Alberta, Canada, Speech, Pro- 
gram Bureau. 



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MICKELSEN, JEANETTE; Rigby, Idaho, Elementary 
Ed. MIDGLEY, NORMAN; Salt Lake City, Utah, Ac- 
counting, IK's, Business Mgt. Assn., University Chorale. 
MIKESELL, FERN; Sandpoint, Idaho, Business Ed. and 
Office Mgt.. Phi Chi Theta. MILLARD, PAUL B.; 
Salt Lake City, Utah, Recreation, Delta Phi Kappa, 
Male Chorus, Folk Dancers, Pep Committee. 



MILLER, ANN; American Fork, Utah, HDFR, Ari- 
zona Club. MILLER, MARGARET E., Akron, Ohio, 
Elementary Ed., Gateway Club. MILLER, MARLENE; 
Glendale, Calif., HDFR, Banyan Staff, Republican Club. 
MILLER, WENDELL B.; Provo, Utah, Botany, Alpha 
Phi Omega, German Club. 



MILLS, LAMAR; Ogden, Utah, Industrial Ed., Indus- 
trial Arts Assn. MITCHELL, ANN E.; Burley ,Idaho, 
Homemaking Ed. MITCHELL, JOHN K.; Bountiful, 
Utah, Psychology. MONCUR, JOYCE; Rupert, Idaho, 
Business Ed. 





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MONSON, MARION; Benton City, Wash., Speech- 
Dramatic Arts, Debate Squad. MONTGOMERY, 
JUDY; Hacionda Heights, Calif., HDFR, University 
Chorale. MORTENSEN, ARVID L.; Idaho Falls, 
Idaho, English, English Majors, Concert Band. MOR- 
TENSEN, CHRISTINA; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Clothing 
and Textiles, Sigma Delta Omicron. 



MORTENSEN, IVAN; Rexburg, Idaho, Industrial Ed. 
MORTENSEN, JUDITH ANN; Walnut Creek, Calif., 
Accounting, Alpha Lambda Delta, French Club. 



MORTENSEN, KATHLEEN; Encino, Calif., Bacteri> 
logy, Thea Alexis, Junior Cabinet, Delian Vesta. 
MOODY, MICHAEL F.; Spanish Fork, Utah, Music. 
MOON, BRADFORD; Rock Springs, Wyo., Physical 
Ed., HYPER Club, Norsemen, Arizona Club. MOON, 
KAREN; Duchesne, Utah, Elementary Ed., Cumorah 
Club, Unita Club, Marching Band. 



MORGAN, JANICE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Elementary 
Ed. MORLEY, PAMELA; Klamath Falls, Ore., Me- 
chanical Drawing, AIDD. MOSS, JOSEPH LOWELL; 
Richfield, Utah, Economics, Business Mgt. Assn. 
MOTT, PENNIE; Fresno, Accounting. 



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MOULTRIE, KEITH; Vancouver, Wash., Architecture, 
lAA. MUNN, MOLLIE; Bedford, Ind., Elementar)- 
Ed. MURDOCK, BRUCE; Wilmington, Calif., Busi- 
ness Mgt. MURDOCK, PHYLLIS S.; Provo, Utah, 
Elementar)- Ed., Oratorio Choir. 



MYERS, RICHARD; Petaluma, Calif., Business Mgt., 
Tau Sigma, Brigham Bowlers, Phi Tau, Collegiate Ath- 
letic Assn., Track Team. MYERS, SUSAN F.; Eugene, 
Ore., Physical Ed., Women's Intramural Council, Mask 
Club. 



NEAR, BILLE CHARLENE; San Diego, Calif., Ele- 
mentary Ed., SEA, NEA, Dorm Social Chairman. 
NEFF, SHERELYN; Salt Lake Cit)', Utah, Busmess Ed. 
NELSON, JANEAL; Jackson, Wyo., Sociolog)', Thea 
Alexis, Oratorio Choir. NELSON, BETTY RAE; 
Orem, Utah, Elementary Ed. 





NELSON, EUGENE; Provo, Utah, Zoology. NEW- 
ELL, JERRY C; Ogden, Utah, Communications. NEW- 
TON, MYRA; Rexburg, Idaho, History, History Club. 
NICHOLSON, WILLIAM L.; Yoder, Ind., Sociology. 



NIELSEN, DENNIS P.; Sandy, Utah, Business Mgt., 
Delta Phi Kappa, Mgt. Assn., Society for Advancement 
of Mgt., Sigma Chi, Advertising Fraternit)'. NIEL- 
SON, DEON; Cardston Alberta, Canada, Secondary Ed., 
Canadian Club. Varsit)' Band. NIETO, FRED HEC- 
TOR; Montevideo, Uruguay, Spanish. NOBLE, BEV- 
ERLY; Yakima, Wash., Music Ed., Band, Orchestra. 



NOBLE, PHILLIP; Canoga Park, Calif., Mechanical 
Eng., ASME. NOORDA, JUDITH B.; San Leandro, 
Calif., Special Ed., Theta Espilon Chi, Alpine Club, 
Young Republicans. NORTON, ARLEN; Orem, Utah, 
Business Mgt. OHAI, LEVON; Kapaa Kauai, Ha- 
waii, History. 



OKAWA, RUTH; Hauula Aahu, Hawaii, English Ed., 
Japanese Club. OLPIN. NOREEN; Ogden, Utah, 
Homemakmg Ed. OLSEN, CAROLYN; Ogden, Utah, 
Elementar)- Ed., A Cappella Cho.r, SNEA. OLSEN, 
KENNETH; Montpeliar, Idaho, Business Mgt., SAM, 
BMA, Wrestling Team. 



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OLSEN, MERLIN V.; Cardston, Alberta, Canada, 
French, French Club, Pi Delta Phi, A Capella, Oratorio 
Choir. OLSEN, SHARON; Clearfield, Utah, Physical 
Ed. OLSEN, BARBARA; Klamath Falls, Ore., Home- 
making Ed. OLSEN, COLLEEN; Richfield, Utah, 
HDFR. 



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OLSEN, TAWNIE; Creswell, Ore., Psychology, Pro- 
ductions Guild, Program Bureau. O'NEILL, MICH- 
AEL; Hayward, Calif., Psychology, Archon Honor Fra- 
ternity. 




OPAT, LINON; Park Ridge, 111., Art, Afio Mai. 
ORD, JOHN E.; Covina, Calif., Sociology, Sportsmen, 
Leadership Committee, Vikings Social Unit. ORME, 
FRED; Provo, Utah, Accounting. OSTLER, ALYCE; 
Castro Valley, Calif., Elementary Ed., Assn. for Child- 
hood Ed. 



OTTERSTROM, CHRISTINE; Burbank, Calif., Sociol- 
ogy. OYLER, DEE; Pueblo, Colo., Chemistry, Y Chem. 
Society, Archon Honor Fraternity, Phi Eta Sigma. 
PACE, SHERRIE; Provo, Utah, HDFR. PALMER, 
DOUGLAS W.; Salina, Utah, Business Mgt., Business 
Mgt. Assn. 



PALMER, ETHEL ANN; Kirtland, N.M., Elementary 
Ed. PALMER, LARRY; Goshen, Utah, English. PAL- 
MER, CORINNE; Colton, Calif., Nursing. PAPENFUS, 
ROSALIE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Sociology, Canadian 
Club. 



PARADISE, JACK L.; Provo, Utah, Accounting. 
PARKER, LENORE; Payson, Utah, Homemaking Ed., 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Omicron. PARKER, 
ROBERT; Hatch, N.M., Political Science. PARSONS, 
DOROTHY; Hood River, Ore., Elementary Ed., Y Cal- 
cares, Spurs, Theta Epsilon Chi. 



PATTERSON, BONNIE; Richfield, Idaho, Sociology, 
German Club. PATTERSON, VELMA; Provo, Utah, 
English, University Chorale, French Club, English Ma- 
jors. PAUL, WILLIAM E., Union, N.J., Political Sci- 
ence, Senior House of Rep., Alpine Club, Winter Carni- 
val Committee. PAYNE, LINDA LEE; Lindsay, Calif., 
Elementary Ed., Finnish Club. 




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PEACOCK, GAIL; San Gabriel, Calif/, Speech & Hear- 
ing Therapy, Sigma Alpha Eta. PEARSON, MELVIN; 
Fairfield, Mont., Industrial Eng. PEARSON, SANDRA; 
Moore, Idaho, Nursing. PEAY, LORALEE; Twin Falls, 
Idaho, Medical Tech. 



PERRY, DALE; Payson, Utah, Physical Ed. PECTOL, 
CONNIE; Eureka[ Calif., Homemaking Ed., Foreign 
Students Committee, City Coeds. PENDLETON, BON- 
NIE; Lehi, Utah, Elementary Ed., Sigma Alpha Eta, 
Assoc, for Childhood Ed. PERKINS, CECIL; Clay 
Springs, Ariz., Design and Drafting, AIDD. 



PERRY, DAVID; Hinsdale, 111., English. PERRY, 
FRANCIS BURK; Prescott, Ariz., Elementary Ed. 
PETEREIT, ROBERT; Soda Springs, Idaho, Zoology. 
PETERSON, CAMILLE; Hollywood, Calif., History, 
Young Republicans, Thea Alexis, History Club. 



PEXTON, JAMES H.; Nephi, Utah, Business Mgt. 
PHILIPS, JEAN; Pasadena, Texas, Physical Ed. 
PITCHER, WENDY JEAN; Senneville, Canada, Physi- 
cal Ed., Women's Intramural Council, Canadian Club, 
Physical Ed. Majors Club. PLASS, PENELOPE LANE; 
Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Sociology, Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Young Republicans, Spanish Club. 



PLATT, DELRAY B.; New Plymouth, Idaho, History, 
Marching Band, Male Chorus, University Chorale. 
POLLY, JULIE; Long Beach, Calif., Humanities, AWS 
Vice Pres. 



PORTER, CAROLE; San Diego, Calif., Art, Central 
Dance Comm., Leadership Committee, Art Guild. 
PORTER, LEE; Wilmington, Del, Economics. POT- 
TER, CHERYL; Potaluma, Calif., Sociology, Thea 
Alexis, Honors Program, Alpha Lambda Delta, Soph. 
Class Cabinet. POULSEN, GRAIG; Orland, Calif., 
Business Mgt., BYU Archaeological Society. 



POULSEN, DALE; Riverside, Calif., Sociology. POUL- 
SEN, JAMES E.; Oakland, Calif., Design & Drafting, 
AIDD. POULSEN, NEIL; Spanish Fork, Utah, Ele- 
mentary Ed., POULSON, MARVIN M.; Burley, Idaho, 
Political Science, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Delta 
Phi Kappa. 




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POWELL, ROBERT B.; Nephi, Utah, Electrical Eng., 
IEEE, Phi Eta Sigma, Cumorah Club. PRICE, KENT 
H.; Colorado Springs, Colo., Business Mgt., Oratorio 
Choir. South German Club, Arnold Air Society, Alpme 
Club. PRICE, MARIANNE; Kanosh, Utah, Home- 
making Ed., Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Omicron. 
PRITCHETT, MIKE; American Fork, Utah, Economics, 
Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Epsilon, ASBYU Senate, 
Soph. Cabinet, House of Rep. 



PROCTOR, RICHARD DEAN; Salt Lake Cit>-, Utah, 
Economics, ROTC. PUGH, MILDRED; Salt Lake City, 
Utah, Elementary Ed. QUACKENBUSH, LOUIS; 
Orem, Utah, Spanish Club. QUINN, ELIZABETH; 
Cos Cob, Conn., Art, Banyan staff. 



QUINNEY, BUD; Medford, Ore., Business. RAGOZ- 
ZINE, ANTHONY; Henderson, Nev., Radio & TV, 
Cougar Club, Advertising Fraternity, Senior House of 
Rep., Junior House of Rep., Daily Universe, Winter 
Carnival. RAGSDALE, THEODORE; Woodland Hills, 
Calif., Business Mgt. RAILE, KARIN; Menomonie, 
Wis., German. 





RANDALL, MARY; Portland, Ore., English. RAS- 
MUSSEN, CRAIG W.; Draper, Utah, Communications, 
Circle K, Daily Universe. RASMUSSEN, ROBERT G.; 
Moroni, Utah, Accounting. RAVENSCROFT, JAYNE; 
Burbank, Calif., French, French Club, German Club. 



RAWCLIFFE, WILLIAM F.; Provo, Utah, Elementary 
Ed. RAY, G. NORMAN; Hamilton, Mont., Drafting 
& Design. 



RA^'NES, MARYBETH; Eugene, Ore., Psychology, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, White Key, University Chorale, 
Culture Chairman. REBER, RUTH M.; Littlefield, 
Ariz., Elementary Ed., Delta Phi Omega, lambda 
Delta Sigma. REED, LORNA; Sanford, Colo., Home- 
making Ed., Honors Program, Sigma Delta Omicron, 
White Key, Arizona Club, Dorm Pres., Marching Band. 
REEDER, EMEREN; Ogden, Utah, Elementary Ed., A 
Cappella Choir, Leadership Comm. 



REES, CLAIR; Provo, Utah, English. REES, GOR- 
DON; American Fork, Utah, English, German Club, 
English Majors. REESE, LINDA; Smithfield, Utah, 
Elementary Ed. REEVE, LINDA; Pearl Harbor, Ha- 
waii, Medical Tech., Y Calcares, Young Republicans. 



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RENCHLER, DIANNE; Las Vegas, Nev., Art., Art 
Guild. RENNICK, JERRY; Licking, Mo., Accounting, 
Delta Phi Kappa, Publicity Committee. REX, PAT; 
Spanish Fork, Utah, Business Ed. REYBURN, DEN- 
NIS; Bakersfield, Calif., Business Mgt. 



REYNOLDS, C. RUSSELL; Boron, Calif., Zoology. 
RICH, MERILYNNE; Orem, Utah, English, Thea 
Alexis, Spurs, Y Calcares, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Kappa Phi. 



RICHARDS, LYNDA; Denver, Colo., Psychology, 
AWS, Hawaiian Club, Pep Committee Secretary, 
ASBYU Head Receptionist. RICHARDS, PATRICIA; 
Dallas, Texas, Music Ed., MENC Club, Opera Work- 
shop, German Club. RICHARDSON, CAROL; Co- 
vina, Calif., Math, Thea Alexis. RICKS, BETH; Idaho 
Falls, Idaho, Homemaking Ed. 








RIGGS, ANNA; El Paso, Texas, Elementary Ed. 
RIGGS, LAUREL; Sun Valley, Calif., Speech Therapy, 
Sigma Alpha Eta. ROBERTS, JERRY; Afton, Wyo., 
Accounting. ROBERTSON, LYNNE; Springville, 
Utah, English, Sportswomen. 





ROBINSON, LYLE; New Bern, N.C., Communications, 
Conferedate Club. ROBISON, MARVIN; Thornton, 
Idaho, Business Mgt. ROGERS, ROSE; Iowa City, 
Iowa, Spanish, Spanish Club, German Club, Student 
Education Assn. ROGERS, WINSLOW DON; Blue 
River, Wis., Political Science, Varsity Band, University 
Chorale, ROTC Band. 



ROLLINS, TRACY; Byron, Wyo., Music Ed., MENC 
Club, Band, Orchestra, Oratorio Choir. RASCHIG, 
ROBERT; Appleton, Wis., Geography, Alpha Phi 
Omega, SNEA. ROSE, CONNIE B.; Narapa, Idaho, 
Health Ed., Cougarettes, Semi-Finalist for 1963 Home- 
coming Queen. ROSTRON, IRA R.; Springville, Utah, 
Physics, Sigma Pi Sigma. 



ROTHER, TRACY MARIE; San Diego, aiif., Clothing 
& Textiles, Sportswomen. ROTHLISBERGER, ANNA; 
St. Johns, Ariz., Art Ed., Arizona Club. ROUT, HUGH 
W.; Vincennes, Ind., History, Young Republicans, His- 
tory Club, Pre-Uy Club. ROWLEY, ROGER; Spring 
Glen, Utah, Spanish. 



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RUGGLES, SHARON; Bethel, Ohio, Elementary Ed. 
RUSSON, DAVID; Los Angeles, Calif., Youth Leader- 
ship, Arnold Air Society, Brigham Brawlers, ASBYU 
Finance. RUST, DAVID W.; Vernal, Utah, Elemen- 
tary Ed., IK'S Uintah Basin Club. SAGERS, MARLO; 
Delta, Utah, Music Ed., Male Chorus, "Y-Lo's" Male 
Quartet. 



SALIM, MASSOOD; Tehran, Iran, Chemical Eng., 
AICHE, Iranian Club, International Council. SAMP- 
SON, ALLEN; Las Vegas, Nev., Electrical Eng., Alpine 
Club, Arizona Club, Y Judo Kai. 



SANDBERG, SONDRA; Salt Lake City, Utah, Human- 
ities, House of Rep., Hospitality Committee, Honors 
Program. SANT, GARY; Boise, Idaho, German. 
SAUNDERS, LARRY; Vale, Ore., Math, Cumorah 
Club, Men's Interhall Council, Oratorio Choir. 
SCHADE, DAVID O.; Portland, Ore., Business Mgt. 



SCHOLES, JANE; The Dalles, Ore., Elementary Ed., 
Angel Flight, AWS, ASBYU Secretary, Dorm President. 
SCOTT, LARRY D.; Rigby, Idaho, Business Ed. 
SCHEIDER, REX; Alberta, Canada, Industrial Eng. 
SCHICKEDANZ, RICHARD; Berkeley, Calif., Physi- 
cal Ed. 



SEARLE, SHERLENE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Homemak- 
ing Ed., Sigma Delta Omicron. SEARS, ROGER; 
Spokane, Wash., Political Science, Delta Phi Kappa. 
SEDERHOLM, JACK; Seattle, Wash., Dramatic Arts, 
Alpha Epsilon Rho. SHARP, PAMELA; Huntinton, 
West Va., Elementary Ed., Women's Chorus, Univer- 
sity Chorale, AEC. 



SHELLENBERGER, TERRY; Milton, Pa., Dramatic 
Arts, Norsemen. SHELTON, BURTON; Idaho Falls, 
Idaho, Art, Senior Cabinet, Daily Universe. SHINGLE- 
TON, JENIFER; Salt Lake City, Utah, Housing & 
Home Mgt. SHIU, ANTONIO; Hong Kong, China, 
Sociology, Chinese Club. 



SHULEY, RON; Cathlamet, Wash., Business Mgt. 
SIEVERTS, KATHY; Salt Lake City, Utah, Recreation, 
HYPER Club. SIMISKEY, PATRICK; Farmington, 
Utah, Chemical Eng., AICHE, Young Republicans, 
Chinese Club, ROTC Chorus. SIMMONS, LINDA; 
Scottsdale, Ariz., Homemaking Ed. 




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SIRRINE, HELEN; Portland, Ore., English, Y Squares, 
Young Democrats, Y Calcares, White Key, ASBYU 
Senate, Senior House of Rep., Honors Program, Senior 
Senator. SLAGLE, ALMA; Scottsdale, Ariz., Nursing. 
SLINK, SANDRA; Salt Lake City, Utah, Art. SLOAN, 
KATHLEEN; Alberta, Canada, Sociology, Canadian 
Club. 



SMETHURST, SHARON; Santa Ana, Calif., Elemen- 
tary Ed., Lambda Delta Sigma. SMIGELSKI, LEO- 
POLD; Provo, Utah, Botany. SMITH, CHADWICK 
E.; Whittier, Calif., Zoology, Chmese Club. SMITH, 
CHRISTINE; Sacramento, Calif., HDFR. 



SMITH, KAREN GAY; Seattle, Wash., Elementary Ed., 
Sportswomen, SMITH, LEOLA JOAN; Weiser, Idaho, 
Elementary Ed., ACEI. SMITH, LU ANN; Draper, 
Utah, Elementary Ed., International Folk Dancers. 
SMITH, MADY FELTS; Provo, Utah, Interior Design, 
Chi Triellas, Sigma Delta Omicron, Flag Twirler. 



SMITH, NATHAN J.; Harbor City, Calif., History. 
SMITH, ROBERT; Bancroft, Idaho, Russian. SNYDER, 
JAN; Alhambra, Calif., Physics, Sigma Phi Sigma, Blue 
Key. SOELBERG, LE GRAND B.; Payette, Idaho, 
Communications, Circle K, Daily Universe. 



SOH, PING; Hong Kong, China, Accounting, Block 
"Y". SONDER, RICHARD; Sask, Canada, Sociology. 



SOONG, WARREN; Honolulu, Hawaii, Industrial Ed. 
SORENSEN, CLIFFORD; Sacramento, Calif., Music, 
Athenian, Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra. SOREN- 
SON, BRICE; Centerfield, Utah, Accounting, Scotsmen. 
SOWERS, JACK; Stockton, Calif., Psychology. 



SPARKS, LAVORN; Los Angeles, Calif., Political Sci- 
ence, Tau Sigma, Collegiate Athletic Assn. SPEIER- 
MAN, W. CHAD; Glendale, Calif., Business Mgt., 
Young Republicans, Soc. for Adv. of Mgt., Soph. Sena- 
tor. SPENCER, SARA KATHLEEN; Payson, Utah, 
Elementary Ed., Thea Alexis, ACL SPENCER, STEP- 
HEN; Payson, Utah, Accounting. 




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SPENDLOVE, EDWARD; Kaysville, Utah, Account- 
ing, Arizona Club. SPOHR, PAMELA; Huntington 
Beach, Calif., Speech Si Hearing, Alpine Club, Sigma 
Alpha Eta. SPROUSE, DALLAS; Dallas, Texas, 
Teacher Ed. STAHLE, SHARON; Basin, Wyo., Ele- 
mentary Ed. 



STEELE, LLOYD; Paradox, Colo., Math. STEEPEN, 
SHARON; Santa Clara, Calif., Nursing, Student Nurses 
Assn. STEIMLE, SKIP; Blue Jay, Calif., Physical Ed., 
Student Education Assn., Aquatic Council. STEUART, 
BRAD; Cincinnati, Ohio, Chemistry, AFROTC, March- 
ing Band, Y Chem. Society. 



STEVENS, CLYDA; San Carlos, Calif., Physical Ed., 
Alpha Lambda Delta, International Folk Dancers, Orche- 
sis, Women's Intramural Council. STEVENSON, L. 
LEE; Payson, Utah, Elementary Ed. STEWART, 
DOUG; Las Vegas, Nev., Communication, Vikings, 
Cougar Club, Frosh. V.P., Soph. Pres., Preferred Man, 
Assembly Director. STILLMAN, MICHAEL; La Cres- 
centa, Calif., Electrical Eng. 





STOCK, ROBERT B.; Ogden, Utah, Electrical Eng. 
STOCKDALE, CAROL; Puyallup, Wash., Sociology. 
STODDARD, LEON; Portland, Ore., Electrical Eng., 
IEEE, Daily Universe. STONE, MOANA; Oahu, Ha- 
waii., HDFR, Afio Mai Club, Oratorio Choir. 



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STONE. ROBERT; Blackfoot, Idaho, Mechanical Eng., 
French East Missionary Club, ASME. STRANG, 
JAMES; Prove, Utah, Accounting. 



STRATFORD, SANDRA; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Nursing, 
Dorm Officer. STRINGAM, MAUREEN; Alberta, 
Canada, Homemakini; Ed., Sigma Delta Omicron. 
STRINGHAM, BARBARA; Riverside, Calif., Elemen- 
tary Ed. STRINGHAM, CLARK; Riverside, Calif., 
Economics, Bricker, Samuel Hall, Varsity Football, Let- 
termen. 



STRONG, GRAHAM W.; N. Batteford, Canada, His- 
tory, Canadian Club. STROUP, DOYLE; Bradford. 
Pa., Chemistry, Y Chem. Society. STUTZ, PRISCILLA; 
Alverta. Canada, Elementary Ed., Canadian Club. SUD- 
WEEKS, WALTER B.; Arlington, Va., Chemistry, Blue 
Key, Y Chem. Society. 



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SUICO, RICHARD; Fremont, Calif., Political Science, 
Brigadiers, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC Drill Team. 
SUMMERS, KENNETH K.; Monticello, Utah, Political 
Science, Alpha Phi Omega, Young Republicans, Phi 
Sigma Alpha. SWINYARD, WILLIAM R.; Spokie, 
III., English, English Majors, AMS Council, University 
Relations Committee. TANGA, CARL; Honolulu, Ha- 
waii, Accounting. 



TANNER, BARBARA; Payson, Utah, HDFR, Sigma 
Delta Omicron. TANNER, WIMER LYNN; Seattle, 
Wash., Political Science, Academic Emphasis Committee, 
Banyan Business Mgr., Alpine Club, Homecoming 
Queen Chairman, Head Resident. 




SENIORS 



TANNER, NANCY; Jackson, Wyo., Business Ed., Ha- 
waiian Club. TAYLOR, BONITA; Hayward, Calif., 
HDFR, Sigma Delta Omicron. TAYLOR, CAROLE; 
Roy, Utah, Elementary. TAYLOR, ROY N.; Provo, 
Utah, Business Mgt. 





TAYSOM, BEVERLY SUE; Phoenix, Ariz., Elementary 
Ed., AWS, Dorm Pres. TERRY, SANDRA; Ontario, 
Ore., Sociology, Hawaiian Club, Kia Ora Club. TERRY, 
WAYNE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Geography. THAL- 
MANN, FLORENCE; Orem, Utah, Elementary Ed., 
Historian, Assn. for Childhood Ed. 



THOMAS, LINDA; Downey, Idaho, Elementary Ed. 
THOMAS, NEAL M.; Salt Lake City, Utah, Electrical 
Eng. THOMAS, TRUDY; Corona, Calif., English, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Program Bureau, English Majors, 
French Club. THOMASSON, PHILLIP; Vallejo, 
Calif., Business Mgt. 



THOMPSON, D. CELESTE; Jacksonville, Fla., HDFR, 
Sigma Delta Omicron. THOMPSON, KATHLEEN; 
Creswell, Ore., Homemaking Ed., Sigma Delta Omicron, 
Canadian Club. THORNHILL, LOAHNNA; Shreve- 
port. La., Recreation, AWS Council, Confederate Club., 
Dorm Pres., Inter-House Council Pres., Student Adminis- 
tration Council, Y Day Committee. THORNLEY, 
DIANE; Lay ton, Utah, Elementary Ed. 



THORUP, LINDA; Covina, Calif., Clothing & Textiles, 
Sigma Delta Omicron, Young Republicans. THUNELL, 
LAGENE; Ontario, Calif., Sigma Delta Omicron. 
THYGERSON, NANCY; Rosewell, N.M., Nursing. 
TILTON, MARTHA; Robinson, 111., Homemaking Ed. 



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TIMMERMAN, WILLIAM JR.; Excondido, Calif., 
Business Mgt. TIMMON, PAULA; Deming, N.M., 
HDFR. TING, LOONG; Hong Kong, Math, Chinese 
Club. TINGEY, LOWELL R.; Brigham City, Utah, 
Industrial Eng., Industrial Arts Club, American Ind. 
Arts Assn. 



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TINGEY, THOMAS; Springville, Utah, Delta Phi 
Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Arizona Club, Circle K, Young 
Republicans, Y Day Chairman. TIPTON, MARJORIE; 
Springville, Utah, HDFR & Elementary Ed. 



TRENT, STANLEY; Sneedville, Tenn., Industrial Ed., 
Young Americans for Freedom. TRESEDER, STEP- 
HEN; Socorro, N.M., Radio & TV. TROFF, ARNO; 
Ledyard, Iowa, Teacher Ed. TROTTIER, DONALD 
H.; Provo, Utah, English, Honor Council, IK's. 



TOLMAN, RICHARD L.; Provo, Utah, Chemistry, 
Blue Key, Chemical Eng. Society. TOLMAN, WAYNE; 
Yucaipa, Olif., Political Science. TORGESEN, AL- 
LENE; Sacramento, Calif., Elementary Ed., French Club, 
Mask Club. TORONTO, LINDA; Snowflake, Ariz., 
Elementary Ed. & HDFR, Assn. for Childhood Ed., 
Arizona Club. 






TULLOS, NAPOLEON; Gilmer, Texas, Political Sci- 
ence, Arizona Club. TURLEY, BRENT; El Paso, Texas, 
Political Science, Cougar Club, Blue Key, Pi Sigma 
Alpha, Viking Social Unit, ASBYU V.P. of Student 
Relations, Two Year Tennis Letterman. TURNER, 
MAL; Alberta, Canada, Reaeation, Cougar Hockey 
Team. TURNER, SHARON J.; Dugway, Utah, HDFR. 



TUTTLE, STEWART D.; Castle Dale, Utah, Business 
Mgt. TYSDAL, ELIZABETH; Provo, Utah, Executive 
Assistant. UDY, JOYCE; Orem, Utah, Sociology. 
UZELAC, ROBERT; Bountiful, Utah, Recreation, Ball- 
room Dance Team, International Folk Dancers, Program 
Bureau. 



VAN AALST, INA; Ogden, Utah, Medical Tech. 
VAN WAGONER, MADELYN; Midway, Utah, Home- 
making Ed., Sigma Delta Omicron. VERHAAREN, 
NORMA; Palo Alto, Calif., Elementary Ed. VERNON, 
JULIET; Washington, D.C., Psychology. 




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VIGOREN, RONALD; Belle Fourche, South Dak., Ac- 
counting. VINING, M. JEANNETTE; McCalla, Ala., 
Interior Decorating, Sigma Delta Omicron. Spainsh 
Club, Universit)- Chorale. WADLEY, MAY; Pleasant 
Grove, Utah, Elementar)- Ed. WAGNER, EDGAR L. 
JR.; Salt Lake Cit)-, Utah, Geography. 



WAGONER, C. ROBERT; LaGrande, Ore., Elementary 
Ed., Alcan Club. WAITE, WENDELL; Huntington 
Park, Calif., Statistics, Athenian Social Unit, Young 
Republicans, Varsity Cheerleaders. WALBURGER, 
JUDY; Pasedena, Calif., HDFR, Chi Triellas. WALCH, 
WILLARD; Bountiful, Utah, Electrical Eng. 



WALKENHORST, JUDY; Salt Lake City, Utah, Politi- 
cal Science. WALKER, ELAINE; Vernal, Utah, 
HDFR, Y Calcares, Assn. for Childhood Ed., Program 
Bureau. WALKER, R. MICHAEL; Redlands, Calif., 
Accounting. WALT, CAROL; Las Vegas, Nev., 
Recreation, Ballroom Dance Team. 



WALTER, JUDY; Provo, Utah, Fine Arts, Y Calcares, 
Central Dance Committee. WANG, SHEAN CHANG; 
Hong Kong, Accounting, Chinese Club. WARD, 
DORCAS NATRONE; Malad, Idaho, HDFR, Sigma 
Delta Omicron, Band, Women's Choir, Opera Work- 
shop. WARDLEIGH, GAY LYNN; Salt Lake City, 
Utaii, Advertising & Publishing. 






WARNER, JACQUELINE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Ele- 
mentar)- Ed., Elections Committee, Soph. Council, An- 
gel Flight. WATSON, DONALD; Alberta, Canada, 
Industrial Ed., Canadian Club, Arizona Club. 



SENIORS 



WATTS, DONALD W.; Provo, Utah, Economics. 
WEEKS, MARTIN S.; Sacra, Calif., HDFR, Symphony 
Orchestra. WEENING, PAUL; Pocatello, Idaho. Politi- 
cal Science. WEIDENHEIMER, ROSE S.; Los Angeles, 
Calif., Physics, Chess Club. Archery Club, Folk Music 
Club, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 



WEIGHT, SHAWNA, Provo, Utah, HDFR & Business, 
Cougarettes. WEINSTOCK, ALLAN; Altadena, Calif., 
Sociology, Young Men, Young Democrats. WELLS, 
DAVID; Richmond, Calif., Business Mgt., AMS Coun- 
cil. WELTON, ROBERT; Sacramento, Calif., French, 
Pi Delta Phi, Arnold Air Society, Folk Dancers. 




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WERT, VIVIAN; Excondido, Calif., General. WES- 
SELY, JAMES; Pueblo, Colo., Psychology. WEST, 
CALVIN W.; Lomita, Calif., Design & Drafting Tech., 
American Institute for Design & Drafting, ASTME. 
WEST, LYLE; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Botany, International 
Folk Dancers. 



WEST, SUZANNE; Wasco, Calif., Homemaking Ed. 
WESTERGARD, JO ANN; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Home- 
making Ed., Thea Alexis, Sigma Delta Omicron. 
WESTERGARD, RAY; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Accounting. 
WESTOVER, CAROLE; San Diego, Calif., History, 
WTiite Key, Y Calcares, Alpha Lambda Delta, History 
Club, French Club. 



WHEELER, DAVID L.; Ogden, Utah, Physics. 
WHEELER, EDWARD A.; Prove, Utah, Archaeolog)'. 
WHITAKER, WENDY; Provo, Utah, English, Spurs, 
Oratorio Choir. WHITE, CAROLYN; San Carlos, 
Calif., English, Y Calcares, Alpha Lambda Delta. 





WHITE, RELDON; Thayne, Wyo., History. WHITE- 
HEAD, ARMAND T.; Provo, Utah, Zoology, Phi Eta 
Sigma. WHITEHEAD, ROBERT; Chula Vista, Calif., 
Speech Therapy, International Folk Dancers. WHIT- 
TAKER, PATRICIA; Kaysville, Utah. Speech & Dra- 
matic Arts, White Key, Dorm Officer Two Years. 



WHITTIER, JO ANN; Morgan, Utah, English, Eng- 
lish Majors. WICKMAN, RONALD; Rochester, N.Y., 
Humanities, University Chorale, A Cappella Choir. 



WIENER, CHARLES; Arlington, Va., Business Mgt. 
WIGGINS, MARVIN E.; Ogden, Utah, Sociology. 
WILHOIT, KEITH; Beverton, Ore., Chemistry, Phi 
Eta Siijma, Chemical Eng. Society, Debate Team. WIL- 
HOIT" LANA; Hermistory, Ore., English, AWS Coun- 
cil, English Majors. 



WILLES, SHERRYL; Riverside. Calif., Archaeology, 
Archaeology Society. Young Republicans. WILLIAMS, 
ALAN M.; Alberta, Canada, Zooloijy. WILLIAMS, 
COLLEEN; Wallace, Idaho, English. WILLIAMS, 
FREDERICK G.; Downey. Calif., Hispanic-American 
Studies, Brazilian Club, Spanish Club, Language Train- 
ing Miss., Concert Band, Marching Band, Athenians. 



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WILLIAMS, WILFORD D.; Cottonwood, Calif., Busi- 
ness Adm. & Accounting. WILLIS, JOAN; Lisbon, 
Ohio Physical Ed. WILLIS, LAUREL; lona, Idaho, 
Design & Drafting, AIDD. WILSON, DONALD; 
Ontario, Canada, Sociology. 



WILSON, RICHARD L.; Kannapolis, N.C., Physical 
Ed., Baseball Team, HYPER Club. WIND, JAMES; 
Orem, Utah, Psychology. 




SENIORS 



WINTCH, CHARELENE; Moab, Utah, Sociology, 
Young Republicans. WINTERS, JOHN B.; Afton, 
Wyo., Physics, Russian Club, Concert Band. WHITE, 
CONNA; Covina, Calif., Sociology, AWS Off-Campus, 
Young Republicans. WISCOMBE, STEPHEN C; 
Mapleton, Utah, Agricultural Economics. 




WISEMAN, SHIRLEY; Salt Lake City, Utah, Business 
Ed., Phi Chi Theta, Southwest British Missionaries, 
Dorm Pres. WOLLER, CURT; Idaho Falls, Idaho, 
Industrial Mgt., Holland Returned Missionaries. 
WOLTER, AARON; Middleton, Idaho, Psychology, 
Junior House, "Midsummer Nights Dream". WONG, 
GARY; Honolulu, Hawaii, Industrial Sociology, Ha- 
waiian Club, Chinese Club, Program Bureau, Theater 
Guild Impromptu. 



WOOD, DAVIL L.; Logan Utah, Youth Leadership. 
WOOD, PHILIP WAYNE; Oakland, Calif., Music. 
WOOD, RICHARD; Bountiful, Utah, General. 
WOOD, ROVERT E.; Decatur, 111., Business Mgt. 



WOODWORTH, W. MARGARET; Provo, Utah, Eng- 
lish, English Majors, German Club, Leadership Com- 
mittee, Oratorio Choir, Student Government, Language 
Club. WOOLLEY, DOROTHY; Glendora, Calif., 
Homemaking Ed., Vakhnom, Soph. Cabinet. WOOL- 
LEY, KENT; Santa Monica, Calif., Accounting, Young 
Conservatives. WOOLLEY, RONALD LEE; Jerome, 
Idaho, Mechanical Eng., AMS V.P., ASME, Alpine 
Club, AMS Council. 



WORTHEN, PEGGY; Glendale, Calif., Sociology, 
Inter House Council, Soph. House of Rep., Dorm Pres 
Social V.P. WOTHERSPOON, JENNYLEA; Prove, 
Utah, English, AWS Council, Central Dance, Leader- 
ship Committee, Debate Team. WRIGHT, DAVID N. 
Provo, Utah, Chemistry, Phi Eta Sigma, Junior Class 
House of Rep., Blue Key, Games Committee Chairman. 
WRIGHT, MAX; Dixon, Calif., Geography, Arnold 
Air Society, Oratorio Choir. 



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WYNDER, CAROLYN; Alberta, Canada, Homemak- 
ing Ed. WYNDER, DEANNA; Alberta, Canada, Ele- 
mentary Ed. YAMAGUCHI, MICHAEL; Honolulu, 
Hawaii, Banking & Finance. YANCEY, RENEE; Los 
Angeles, Calif., HDFR. 



YEH, MARGARET; Hong Kong, China, Chemistry. 
YOCKEY, TERRY; Sioux City, Iowa, Sociology, Sen- 
ior Class House of Rep., Arizona Club. YOLJNG, C. 
LYNNE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Food & Nutrition, Y 
Calcares. 



YOUNG, DE ANN; Meas, Ariz., HDFR & Elementary 
Ed., Cumorah Club, White Key, Y Calcares, Student 
Ed. Assn., Spurs, Thea Alexis, Omicron Nu, Sigma 
Delta Omicron, Sigma Delta Omicron Nu, Arizona 
Club, Marching Band. YOUNG, FAYE; Albertson, 
N.C., Sociology, Women's Chorus. YOUNG, JOHN; 
Provo, Utah, French, Delta Phi Kappa, French Club, 
Junior Class V.P., Junior Prom Chairman, Chairman 
Junior Class Cabinet, Junior House of Rep., Senior 
House of Rep., Chairman Senior Class Skits-O-Frantic, 
Chairman Senior Ball, Pres. Delta Phi Kappa. YOUNG, 
L. DE WAYNE; Blackfoot, Idaho, English, Interna- 
tional Folk Dancer's, IK's. 



YOUNG, LORRAINE; Van Nuys, Calif., Physical Ed., 
Intramurals. ZAUGG, NOLA; Weiser, Idaho, Speech 
Pathology, Sigma Alpha Eta. ZAUGG, ROLLIN; 
Union, Ore., Tool & Manufacturing, ASTME. ZIM- 
MERMAN, SUE; West Linn, Ore., Business Ed., Jun- 
ior Class House of Rep., Senior Class House of Rep., 
V.P. AWS Culture Committee, Junior Class Secretary. 



ZOBELL, ARTHUR V.; Alberta, Canada, Agromy, 
Canadian Club. ALLRED, DARVEL P.; Upland, Calif., 
Political Science, Circle K, Production Guild. BROWN, 
ROBERT v.; Menan, Idaho, Communication. CARR, 
NEDRA; Provo, Utah, HDFR, Sigma Delta Omicron. 



JONES, KATHY SUE; Torrance, Calif., Math. LEWIS, 
JANE KAY; Los Angeles, Calif., Homemaking Ed. 
MAXWELL, GAYLE; Salt Lake City, Utah, Art Ed., 
Culture Committee, Assembly Committee. HANSEN, 
LYNNE; Monroe, Utah, German, Persian Club, Young 
Republicans, Hawaiian Club, Asst. Bell Mistress. 



PIERCE, PATRICIA A.; Moses Lake, Wash., Dramatic 
Arts, Theta Alpha Phi, White Key, Alpha Lambda 
Delta. RANDS, ELAINE; Springfield, Utah, Chemis- 
try. ROMNEY, DEANNE; Las Cruces, N.M., Ele- 
mentary Ed. STALLINGS, CAROL; LewisviUe, Idaho, 
HDFR. 




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ASHBY, ARDA R. 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 
BEHUMN, NANCY 
BENTLEY, JOAN 
Lewiston, Idaho 
BLAKE, SALLY 
Santa Rosa, Calif. 
BONEY, WILMA 
Provo, Utah 



BOWEN, DIANE 
Spanish Fork, Utah 
BOYER, TERI 
Tabor, Iowa 
BUSH, CAROL 
American Fork, Utah 
CAHALAN, ALICE 
Santa Fe, N.M. 



CROFT, JANET I. 
Shoshone, Idaho 
DARLEY, MABLE J. 
Caldwell, Idaho 
DAVIS, DIANNE 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
ERIKSSON, KATHIE 
Concord, Calif. 



FOLEY, JANICE 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
HARRISON, LYNDA 
HEDENGREN, JEAN 
Vancouver, Wash. 
KOWALLIS, CAROL 
Logan, Utah 



LEWIS, MARCIA MARIE 

Plantsville, Conn. 
MARCHANT, RAMONA 
Peoa, Utah 

PARTRIDGE, LINDA 
Pingree, Idaho 
PEARSON, SANDRA 
Moore, Idaho 



SLAGLE, ALMA 
Scottsdale, Ariz. 
STEFFEN, SHARON K. 
Santa Clara, Calif. 
STRATFORD, SANDRA 
Idaho Falls, Idaho 
THYGERSON, NANCY < 
Roswell, N.M. 



WAGNER, DIANE 
WAKEFIELD, CAROL ^ 
WELCH, PAT 
San Leandro, Calif. 
WILLIAMS, DEANNA » 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
YOUNG, RAE JEANNE 
Shelley, Idaho 



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449 



ALLEN, LARRY C; Provo, Utah, Electrical Eng., Tau 
Beta Pi, IEEE. BINGHAM, FRANKLIN DANIEL; 
Provo, Utah, Civil Eng., ASCE, Football. BLAKE, 
JOHN LOUIS; Santa Rosa, Calif., Electrical Eng., Los 
Cholos, IEEE. CANNON, J. TERRANCE; Provo, 
Utah, Electrical Eng., IEEE, Y Squares. 



CARTER, ROBERT W.; Provo, Utah, Civil Eng., Am 
Soc. Civil Engs. CHELIUS, BRIAN; Los Alamos, 
N.M., Mechanical Eng., Am. Soc. Mechanical Engs. 
CHEN, JUNG RANG; Taiwan, China, Civil Eng. 
CHEN, MING EARN; Pingtung Taiw, China, Civil 
Eng. 



CHIN-HSIU, LI; Taiwan, China, Mechanical Eng. 
DIXON, ORVILLE, Boise, Idaho, Electrical Eng., IEEE. 
DUNKLEY, JAMES; American Fork, Utah, Electrical 
Eng., IEEE, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. FOOTE, 
DERRELL R.; Nampa, Idaho, Electrical Eng., IEEE. 





GREENHALGH, F. BLAINE; Orem, Utah, Civil Eng., 
National Society of Professional Engs. GREGORY, 
MAHARY; Tehran, Iran, Civil Eng. HANSON, 
THOMAS; Duluth, Minn., Civil Eng., Am. Soc. Civil 
Engs. HO, JOHNNY; Taipai, China, Civil Eng., 
APO, ASCE. 



GRADUATING 



HOLLINGWORTH, BRENT; Denver, Colo., Electrical 
Eng., IEEE, Bragidier Social Unit. HOWARD, 
QUILDEN; Redondo Beach, Calif., Electrical Eng., 
Argentine "Che" Club, Tau Beta Pi, Institute of Elec- 
trical & Electronic Eng. JARVIS, DONALD E.; Provo, 
Utah, Electrical Eng., IEEE. JOHNSON, KIMBER; 
Springfield, Ore., Civil Eng. 



KAO, CHENG PAI; Taiwan, China, Civil Eng. KEN- 
NER. BRUCE B.; Jerome, Idaho, Mechanical Eng., 
ASME, EJC, SESA. LARSEN, KEITH; Salt Lake 
Cit)', Utah, Chemical Eng., Theta Theta Tau, Circle K, 
AlCHTE. LEUNG, KWOK WAH; San Francisco, 
Calif., Civil Eng., ASCE, NIC. 



LINGREN, CLINTON; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Electrical 
Eng., Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engs. LOW- 
RY, LEON; Missoula, Mont., Electrical Eng., AIEE, 
IEEE, Business Mgt. Assn. MATTSON, WILLIAM; 
Sherman Oaks, Calif., Elertrical Eng., IEEE, Pep Com- 
mittee. MINNICK, OWEN; Provo, Utah, Civil Eng., 
Am. Soc. Civil Engs. 



450 




MITCHELL, WILLIAM CARL; Provo, Utah, Electrical 
Eng., Honor Council, Blue Key, IEEE, Tau Beta Pi. 
NEILSON, SHURL; Provo, Utah, Electrical Eng., IEEE, 
Alpine Club. PANG, PERRY; Hong Kong, China, 
Civil Eng., ASCE. PAUL, BRENT; Short Hills, New 
Jersey, Mechanical Eng., ASME. 



PEART, EDWARD L.; Provo, Utah, Mechanical Eng., 
ASME. POWELL, THEO JAY; Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Electrical Eng., IEEE, Blue Key, Tau Beta Pi, IOC, 
Senator, University Chorale. RASBAND, LYNN; 
Provo, Utah, Mechanical Eng., ASME. RODGE, S. 
MICHAEL; Phoenix, Ariz., Chemical Eng., Tau Beta 
Pi, American Institute of Chemical Eng. 



SAMPSON, DAVID; Richfield, Utah, Eletrical Eng. 
SHIH, KUAN TIEN; Taipei, Taiwan, China, Civil 
Eng. SHIH, PO JEN; Tanan, Formosa, Civil Eng. 
SHIPLEY, BARTON P.; Provo, Utah, Electrical Eng., 
IEEE. 



SIMONIAN, SIRAGAN; Beirut, Lebanon, Civil Eng., 
Circle K, ASCE. SMITH, FORREST C; Blackfoot, 
Idaho, Mechaincal Eng., ASME, EJC. SMITH, J. 
NORMAN; Farmington, N.M., Mechanical Eng., IK's, 
Arnold Air Society, Fencing Club, ASME, AMS Coun- 
cil, Banyan, Universe. SPECKART, S. PHILIP; Provo, 
Utah, Electrical Eng., IEEE, AFROTC, AMS Council 
Assistant. 



ENGINEERS 



TATE, THOMAS E.; Tooele, Utah, Electrical Eng. 
Blue Key, IEEE, Tau Beta Pi, Model United Nations 
THURGOOD, GLEN S.; Clearfield, Utah, Civil Eng. 
ASCE, Engineering Council. THURMAN, RONALD 
Provo, Utah, Electrical Eng., IEEE, Phi Eta Sigma, 
IK's, Tau Beta Pi, Bench & Bar, Blue Key, AMS Coun 
cil, Marching Band. TONG, PETER; Hong Kong, 
China, Chemical Eng. 



TYLER, MONROE; Ucon, Idaho, Electrical Eng., IEEE, 
Y-Vector Staff, "Carousel", "Lamp at Midnight." 
WANG, JIUN SHIONG; Taiwan, China, Civil Eng. 
WHITE, RONALD; Los Angeles, Calif., Electrical 
Eng., IEEE, Cougar Club. WILCOX, JERRY D.; 
Smyrna, Ga., Mechanical Eng., AFROTC, Frosh. Ori- 
entation. 



WILHOIT, DARREL LOEL; Beaverton, Ore., Chemi- 
cal Eng., Chemical Eng. Society, Tau Beta Pi. WIN- 
KEL, BOB; Vale, Ore., Civil Eng., Honor Council, 
Tau Beta Pi, ASCE. YOUNG, RICHARD LEE; Lyn- 
wood, Calif., Electrical Eng., Tau Beta Pi, Blue Key, 
IEEE, Phi Eta Sigma. YU, GEORGE; Taiwan, China, 
Civil Eng. 




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Mike Conrad, Dale McArthur, Frank Mum, Melvin T. Smith, Lymen C. Pedersen, 
David Galbraith, Gary Brown. 



ASSOCIATED GRADUATE STUDENTS 



OFFICERS: Robert Routsong, vice-president; Jackson Pemberton, president; Lynne 
Baxter, secertary. 




il arly in the Fall of the year, the Grad- 
uate class became officially known as 
"Associated Graduate Students." Dean 
Wesley P. Lloyd not only served as 
head of the Graduate College, but also 
acted as adviser and presented various 
ideas on graduate education, some of 
which resulted m the organization of 
the Symposium Committee. This Com- 
mittee grew partly out of the necessity 
for a broader approach to graduate edu- 
cation in which students would have 
contact with a multiplicity of ideas and 
backgrounds. One of the things the 
Symposium Committee accomplished 
was the sponsorship of several inter-de- 
partmental meetings between graduates 
to discuss how each discipline could 
contribute more to the solution of 
man's problems. This was especially 
important because many graduates are 
highly specialized in their own fields 
and have infrequent contact with out- 
side departments, thus causing their 
education to become too narrow. 

Wives of graduates students in sev- 
eral departments formed groups on a 
departmental basis for the purpose of 
attaining a better understanding of 
their husband's careers. 



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Wives of graduate students met throughout the year to gain an understanding 
of their husband's careers. 



OFFICERS: Front row: Roger Lunt, senator; Reid Giles, senator; Julie Tall, symposium 
committee; Robert Teel, executive vice-president. Back row: Warren Wright, symposium 
committee; Jim Ellis, senator; Jan Thurston, symposium committee. 




453 




ADAMS, ROGER; Provo, Utah, Art. ALLRED, 
DORIS; Washington D.C., Spanish, Sigma Delta Pi, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS Council, 
Thea Alexis, Kapp Debonaire Social Unit. ALLRED, 
MELVA LEE; Provo, Utah, Music, Phi Kappa Phi, 
White Key, Opera Workshop, A Cappella Choir. 
EARL, ARMAN; Alberta Canada, Physical Ed. 



ASHRAF, MUHAMMAD; Lahore, Pakistan, Physical 
Ed. AVERY, DAVID; New York, N.Y., Zoology, 
Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Xi, Lab. Assist. AYDELOTTE, 
L. FRANK; Dallas, Texas, History, Phi Alpha Theta. 
BAWA MANJIT INDER SINGH; New Dilhi, India, 
Business Ed. 



BAXTER, LYNNE; Sonora, Calif., Foods and Nutri- 
tion. BETTA, K. COLIN; Alberta, Canada, Agronomy, 
Chinese Club, Agronomy Club. BIRD, REBECCA M.; 
North Holland, Netherlands, Physical Ed., Kia Ora 
Club, Scotsman, Physical Education Majors. BALND, 
RICHARD; Jyuaskyla, Finland, Archaelogy, Archeologi- 
cal Society. 



BORDINE, BURTON; Milan, Mich., Geology, Sigma 
Gamma Epsilon. BRETZING, GORDON; Phoenix, 
Ariz., Institute for Governmental Services, Blue Key. 
BYWATER, HAROLD; Orem, Utah, FLE. CAM- 
BELL, KENNETH; Stoughton, Mass., History. 



CANNON, ARLEN; Rigby, Idaho, Business Ed., Y Cal- 
cares, Dileas Chalean, Senior Class Sec, CARMODE, 
RALPH; Raleigh, N.C., Communications. 



CARTER, BRUCE; Provo, Utah, Physical Ed. CHEN, 
DAVID; Honolulu, Political Science, Chinese Club, 
COLBY, JR. ORRIN; Santaquin, Utah, Accounting, 
ASBYU Auditor. COLLINS, JOHN E., Tempe, Ari- 
zona, Indian Ed. 



COLLINS, LYNN; Loveland, Colo., Political Science. 
COMPTON, LARRY; Nashville, Tenn., Psychology. 
CONDIE, JR. JAMES; Alhambra, Calif., Business. 
COX, KAYE B.; Pocatello, Idaho, Medical Entomology, 
Sigma Xi, Beta Beta Beta, Delta Phi Sigma, IKs. 



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CUMMENS. BRIANT; Salt Lake City, Utah, Account- 
ing, Circle K, Tau Kappa Alpha, Debate, Traffic Court 
Justice. DALLEY, R. J., Helena, Mont., Accounting. 
DAM, TV TRINH; Okinawa, Musicology. DAME, 
JOHN L. IR.; Salt Lake Cit}-, Utah, Business Ed. 



DAVIES. DALE H.; Calgary, Alberta, French. DAV- 
lES, GRANT; Prove, Utah, Physical Ed., Delta Phi 
Kappa. DINNETT, NETTIE; Provo, Utah, Family 
Life Ed. FARNSWORTH, KARL S.; Provo, Utah, 
Zoology. 



FERMAMDES, MARGARET; Saligao Goa, India, Fam- 
ily Fife Ed. FIERO, ANN; Manlasset, New York, 
Homemaking Ed. FOLKERSEN, SHIRLEY; Lapuente, 
Calif., English, Alpha Lambda Delta. FOULK, JULIA; 
Provo, Utah, Business Ed., Sportswoman. 





GENET, DONALD; Hawthorne, Calif., Economics. 
GILES, JOHN; Provo, Utah, Business Ed. GON- 
ZALES, GERMAN; Provo, Utah, Business Mgt. GON- 
ZALEZ, SANARA; El Paso, Texas, History. 



GOODMAN, WILLIAM HARDY; Prescott, Ariz., 
Geography, Sons of Ammon, Orchesis, Oratorio Choir, 
BYU Theater, Student Assembly. HADLEY, NORMA 
JUNE; Albanq, Calif., English, Leadership Committee, 
IHC. 



HANNA, DONIAVER P.; Ellisville, Miss., Physical 
Ed. HANSEN, GARTH; Provo, Utah, Spanish. HAR- 
RIS, LINDA; Provo, Utah, Speech, Debate Squad, Mask 
Club, Senior Class Project Committee. HASEK, JOHN; 
Berwyn, II!., Psychology. 



HAWKES, JOHN; Salt Lake City, Utah, History of 
Religion. HAYLOR, CHARLES; Ogden, Utah, Music 
Theory, Delta Phi, A Cappella. HEAPY, RAYMOND; 
Campbell, Calif., Psychology, BYU Karate Kai. HOLT, 
THOMAS; Provo, Utah, Masters of Business Adminis- 
tration. 



HUNTZINGER, RONALD; American Fork, Utah, 
Business Adminiseration. IDICULLA, MUTTANIYIL; 
Kerala, India, Ed., Administration, Phi Delta Kappa, 
American Assn. of Guidance & Counciiship, Interna- 
tional Club. IRVINE, JAMES; Fair Oaks, Calif., Busi- 
ness Administration. JACOBS, ANN; Provo, Utah, 
English. 



JACOBS, RICHARD WEST; Alberta, Canada, Math, 
Elections Committee. JARVIS, DONALD K.; Des 
Moines, Iowa, Ed. Administration, Student Ed. Assn., 
Russian Club, Finnish Club, ASBYU Senate, Male 
Chorus. 



JEFFERY, RONDO N.; Springville, Utah, Physics, 
Sigma Pi Sigma, Symphony Orchestra. JENKINS, 
RICHARD; Provo, Utah, Zoology. KIM, EYO DAE; 
Seoul, Korea, Economics. KIM, HO MIN; Seoul, 
Korea, Political Science. 





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GRADUATES 








KIM, PUNG HO; Seoul, Korea, Business Administra- 
tion. KITANO, CHIHOKO; Waka Yama, Japan, 
Teacher Ed., Japanese Club. KUNZ, THELMA; Lo- 
gan, Utah, Teacher Ed. LARSEN, GEOGIA; Ephraim, 
Utah, Education, Phi Kappa Phi. 



LEBARON, ARTHUR B.; Alberta, Canada, Personal 
Guidiance. LECKIE, RONALD; Billings, Mont., Busi- 
ness Administration. LEE, YEO BAI; Seoul, Korea, 
Music. LEWIS, J. WAYNE; Mesa, Ariz., Public Ad- 
ministration, ASBYU Social Committee. 



LINDBACK, KARI; Stockholm, Sweden, Physical Ed., 
Scanadinavian Club, Sportswomen, International Students 
Organization. LINDSAY, BARBARA; Blackfoot, Ida- 
ho, Teacher Ed. LIU, SHUSHING; Taiwan, China, 
Special Ed. LOCEY, LAUREN; Modesto, Calif., Ac- 
counting, Honor Council. 



LOHRENGEL, C. FREDERICK; Kansas City, Mo., 
Geology, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. LUNT, ROGER; 
Durango, Colo., Administration. MANN, ELAINE; 
Provo, Utah, Clothing & Textiles. MARGETTS, MARI- 
LYNN; Chevy Chase, Maryland, History, Thea Alexis, 
Kappa Debonaire, Folk Dancers, Program Bureau, IOC 
Receptionist, Chairman Senior Day Activities. 



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MCARTHUR, DALE; Chula Vista, Calif., Institute of 
Government Senice. MCDANIEL, EARL; St. Alamosa, 
Colo German. MCMAHON, DAWN ROBINSON; 
Alberta, Canada, Technical Ed. MCALLISTER, KEN- 
NETH; New York City, N.Y., Master of Business Ad- 
ministration. 



MCMAHON, GARRY M.; Alberta, Canada, Business 
Mgt. MCPHEE, BONNIE JEAN; Laramie, Wyo., 
Accounting. 



MEADE, JOHN B.: Layton, Utah, Statistics, Lambda 
Delta Sigma. MERKLE, DIETER; Las Vegas, Nev., 
Accounting, International Student Council. MILLER, 
MERLIN; Pocatello, Idaho, Art. MINER, ELLIS D.; 
Provo, Utah Physics. 



MONROE, LOIS R.; Provo, Utah, HDFR, Omicron 
Nu. MONROE, STUART; Provo, Utah, Master of 
Business Administration, University Development Of- 
fice. MORN, FRANK; San Lorenzo, Calif., History, 
History Club. NIELSEN, SYLVIA; Cody, Wyo., Art, 
Art Guild, Arizona Club. NOELTE, ANN; Temple 
City, Calif., Speech. ORR, CONNIE; Medford, Utah, 
Drama, Theta Alpha Phi, Play Productions. OWENS, 
JERRY; Provo, Utah, Math, Math Club. PACE, R. 
ELWOOD; Salt Lake City, Utah, Political Science. 



PARRISH, LEILANI; Grandview, Wash., Physical Ed. 
PAUL, ELIZABETH M.; Short Hills, N.J., Psychology. 
PEDERSEN, JAMES; Provo, Utah, Botany. PEDER- 
SON, DAVID R.; Downey, Calif., German, Arizona 
Club. 




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PEER, LARRY; Ogden, Utah, German, Delta Phi 
Alpha, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Senator, Grad. Teach- 
ing Assistant. PEMBERTON, JACKSON D., Tietar, 
Wash., Master of Business Administration, Sigma Pi 
Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Senator, Pres. of Associated 
Grad. Students. PETERSON, VAUGHN, LYNN; 
Idaho Falls, Idaho, Psychology. POWELL, LYNN; 
Provo, Utah, German, Circle K, Arnold Air Society, 
Sigma Pi Sigma, ROTC Chorus, Hello Week Committee. 




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SANDOR, JAMES; Burbank, Calif., Psychology, Intra- 
mural Activities. SHUMWAY, DIANNE; Phoenix, 
Ariz., Spanish, Sigma Delta Pi, Young Republicans, 
Arizona Club, Marching Band. SLOCUM, MEL; Po- 
mona, Calif., Communications, Sigma Delta Chi. 
SMITH, MONTY G.; Provo, Utah, Sociology, Honor- 
ary Spur, University Chorale, Most Perferred Man. 



SMITH, SYDNEY; Burbank, Calif., History, White 
Key, Y Calcares, Thea Alexis. Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Theta, Tokalon, ASBYU Senate, 
International Folk Dancers, Academic Emphasis Com- 
mittee. SMITH, VIRGIL; Spanish Fork, Utah, So- 
ciology. 



SPEER, GALE; Provo, Utah, Political Science, Honor 
Council, IKs. STEPHENSON, SHARON; Rexburg, 
Idaho, Business Ed. SYKES, THOMAS G.; San An- 
tonio, Texas, Ed. Administration, Student Chamber of 
Commerce, Inter-Hall Council, Elections Committee, 
Floor President, British Mission Society. TAGHAVE, 
MANIJEH; Teheran, Iran, Zoology, Beta Beta Beta. 



TAYLOR, ANTHONY H.; Salt Lake City, Utah, Art, 
Brickers Social Unit. Samuel Hall Society. TEEL, 
ROBERT C; Montery Park, Calif., Business Mgt., Cou- 
gar Club, Honor Council, Senate, Vice President of 
Graduate Class, TUCKER, DAVID; Oakland, Calif., 
Graduate Ed., SEA, Young Republicans, Concert Band. 
WALKER, JOHN D.; Provo, Utah, Botany. 




PULSIPHER, VAUGHN; Provo, Utah, Sociology. 
RAVSTEN, CURTIS E.; Heyburn, Idaho, Business Ad- 
ministration. RAWHOUSER, MARVIN; ;srewcastle 
Wyo., Counseling & Guidance. REED, BEVERLY 
ANN; Reo Bank, N.J., Psychology, Oratorio Choir, Phi 
Chi. 



RICH, MERILNNE; Orem, Utah, English. RICHARD- 
SON, JACQUELINE; Covina, Calif., Family Living 
Ed. RICHARDSON, SONIA; Las Vegas, Nev., Fam- 
ily Life Ed., Opera Workshop, RIRIE, WATSON; 
Alberta, Canada, Industrial Ed. 



ROBERTS, CAROLYN; San Francisco, Calif., Gradu- 
ate Ed. ROBINSON, GENE R.; Grace, Idaho, Second- 
ary Ed. SALTI, AMER; Jericho, Jordan, Political Sci- 
ence. SANDBERG, SOUNDRA LYNNE; Provo, Utah, 
Business Ed. 



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WALKER, ROYCE; Pleasant Grove, Utah, Chemistry. 
WALTER, ROGER; Salt Lake City, Utah, Physics, 
Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi. WARD, GALE L.; 
Qunincy, Wash., Enghsh Literature, Honors Program, 
Senator. WEENIG, SHIRLEY J.; Los Angeles, Calif., 
Elementary Ed., Chi Triellas. 







WEIGHT, DAVID G.; Provo, Utah, Psychology, Uru- 
guayan "Criollo" Club, Program Bureau. WHITE, 
ALLEN; Monterey, Calif., Math. WHITE, JUDITH; 
Bountiful, Utah, German, AWS Council, Senior Class 
V.P., White Key, Spurs, Y Calcares, Thea Alexis, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Phi Alpha, German Club, 
Young Republicans. WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA; Cedar 
City, Utah, Musicology, A Cappella Choir, Madrigal 
Singers. 



WILSON, STEWART; Tooele, Utah, Psychology. 
WINTERS, EVAN B.; Afton, Wye, Ed. Administra- 
tion, UEA, NEA, Concert Band, Marching Band. 



WITTORF, JOHN H.; New York, NY., Biochemistry. 
WOLZ, PAUL; Pocatello, Idaho, German, Phi Kappa 
Phi, Delta Phi Alpha. WRATHALL, DON M.; Sun- 
nyvale, Calif., Physics. YORGESEN, DAVID; Othello, 
Wash., Math, Delta Phi Kappa. 



YOUNG, DENNETH; Blackfoot, Idaho, Speech, Delta 
Phi Kappa. ZOLLINGER, DARNELL; Logan, Utah, 
Child Development. ZOOK, ROBERT; Raytown, Mo., 
Geology. FISHER, LLOYD D.; Union Ore., Counsel- 
ing & Guidance. 



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Index 



ALLEN ROBERT GEORGE 
ALLEN SHARON JEAN 
ALLEN STEVEN WALLACE 
ALLENBACH MARY ELLEN 
ALLf«ENL)INGER SUSAN 
ALLRED CAROL 
ALLRED CECIL KEITH 
ALLRED DANIEL MARTIN 
ALLRED DAVID B 
ALLRED DAVID LAWRENC 
ALLRED DEANNE 
ALLRED DIXIE RAE 
ALLRED DORIS JEAN 
ALLRED JOAN 
ALLRED JUDY 
ALLRED JUDY ANN 
ALLRED KRISTINE 
ALLRED MELVA LEE 
ALLRED MERLIN JOSEPH 
ALLRED RAUND LYNN 
ALLRED RICHARD GORDO 
ALLRED ZELVA ARLENE 
ALMOND ROBERT JOHNSO 
ALTMAN BONNIE GAYLE 
ALVEY WALLACE RICHAR 
AMES SALTER LANSING 
AMIROEBRAHIMI FIROUZ 
AMSTAD KATHRYN M 
AMLNDSEN GAYLE 
ANDERBERG SUSAN JEAN 
ANDERSEN BONNIE JEAN 
ANDERSEN DARIAN BRUC 
ANDERSEN KAREN LEE 
ANDERSEN KRISTENE 
ANDERSEN MARGARET J 
ANDERSEN PATRICIA 
ANDERSON ALICE E 
ANDERSON BARBARA JEA 
ANDERSON BONNIE FAE 
ANDERSON BYRON CANNO 
ANDERSON CAROL 
ANDERSON COREEN 
ANDERSON OARLENE JOY 
ANDERSON DUANt BRENT 
ANDERSON EDITH EILEE 
ANDERSON G CAROLE 
ANDERSON GREGORY DEE 
ANDERSON JAMES MCKAY 
ANDERSON JEAN 
ANDERSON JEANNE E 
ANDERSON JUDITH 
ANDERSON KAREN 
ANDERSON KARMA 
ANDERSON KATHLEEN M 
ANDERSON KENNA 
ANDERSON KIRK JAMES 
ANDERSON LEE GRANT 
ANDERSON LEON RICHAR 
ANDERSON LINDA LEE 
ANDERSON MAR JEAN 
ANDERSON MARC ALFRED 
ANDERSON MARCIA 
ANDERSON MARGO 
ANDERSON MARILYN 
ANDERSON MARILYN KAY 
ANDERSON MICHAEL LEE 
ANDERSON NANCY ANN 
ANDERSON PATRICIA 
ANDERSON PAULA 
ANDERSON RONALD E 
ANDERSON ShARQL FAYE 
ANDERSON STEVEN R 
ANDERSON TAHARA L 
ANDERSON THAYLE K 
ANDREASEN FRANK M 
ANDREASEN WILLIAM RO 



392 

^10 

247 

332 

368 

332 

332 

368 

332 

410 

368 

392 

454 

368 

332 

368 

392 

454 

388 

368 

410 

368 

410 

368 

368 

332 

392 

332 

332 

332 

332 

392 

332 

332 

332 

332 

332 

392 

392 

410 

332 

368 

332 

368 

368 

392 

332 

392 

410 

332 

368 

392 

332 

392 

410 

332,245 

392 

368 

410 

410 

332 

388 

368 

332 

332,249 

332 

392 

368 

332 

410 

332 

392 

388 

392 

410 

392 



ANDREW JUDY ANN 
ANDRUS BRENT W 
ANDRUS RUTH RANAE 
ANHDER TRUDY GRACE 
APGQCD MARSHA FOREMA 
APGOOD ROBERT DALE 
APOLONIO FRANKLIN J 
ARBON MARY BETH 
ARBUCKLE LYNN KINGDO 
ARCHIBALD CLINTON LE 
ARCHIBALD GORDON DAL 
ARGETSINGER GERALD S 
ARMSTRONG BRUCE VERN 
ARMSTRONG ELAINE 
ARMSTRONG HAROLD T J 
ARMSTRONG KATHRYN R 
ARMSTRONG PAULETTE 
ARNELL CAROLYN 
ARNELL WILLIAM BRUCE 
ARNETT MAROLYN 
ARNOLD CRISTY LEW 
ARNOLD KATHLEEN 
ARNOLD MARY 
ARROWSMITH DONALD S 
ASAY CHERYL FAY 
ASAY JULIE 

ASAY LAVERNE MERLINE 
ASH AMMA LAQUATA 
ASHBY ARDA RUTH 
ASHBY J ROLAND 
ASHBY MARSHA JEANETT 
ASHBY SHIRLEY LEE 
ASHBY SUSAN RAE 
ASHBY TYRA LEE 
ASHBY WILLIAM CARD 
AShCRAFT STEPHEN L 
ASHDOWN MARY ILENE 
ASHER REULON FLOYD 
ASHRAF MUHAMMAD 
ASTLE DIANNE GALE 
ASTLE KATHLEEN 
ASTON M ELAINE 
ATKINS ROBERT J JR 
ATKINS THOMAS HENRY 
ATKINSON ANTHONY B 
ATKINSON DAVID EARL 
ATKINSON RUTH 
ATTWOOLL WILLIAM J 
ATWOOD BONNA SUE 
ATWOQD DONALD GEORGE 
ATWOOD MARIE 
AUGER MARY 
AUGER STEVE S 
AUSTIN CLAIRE 
AUSTIN PAULA JOYCE 
AUSTIN WILLIAM THOMA 
AVATI ALEXANDRA 
AVERETT GERALOINE R 
AVERY DAVID FRANKLIN 
AVERY MARY JOYCE 
AWE FREDRICK REXFORD 
AYOELOTTE LOMAN F 
AYRES CAROL ANN 



B 



BABB GORDON REX 
6A6B III THOMAS 
BABBEL BERNALIN 
BABBEL BONNIE JUNE 
BABCOCK MARY ANN 
BABCOCK WARREN EUGEN 
BACH VERNA JEANNE 
BACHMAN DANEL WAYNE 



392 

332 

392 

332 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

332 

332 

332 

368 

332 

332 

332 

410 

410 

388 

211 

332 

368 

332 

368 

368 

368 

368 

368 

410, 

332 

332 

392 

388 

332 

392 

207 

392 

332 

454 

368 

392 

410 

388 

332 

392 

410 

368 

411 

392 

332 

392 

368 

368 

368 

411 

411 

411 

332 

454 

332 

368 

454 

368 



332 
392 
368 
332 
392 
392 
332 
368 



BACKLUNO LINDA JEAN 392 

BADGER KAFHRYN JAYNE 332 

BADGER MARILEE 392 

BAER BONNIE KATHRYN 38d 

BAGLEY BARBARA 333 

BAHEN DENNIS GEORGE 411 

BAILEY CHRIS HARVEY 333 

BAILEY JAMES IVAN 333 

BAILEY JERRY DEAN 411 

BAIR JERRY CURTIS 368 

BAIRO BEVERLY JUNE 366 

BAIRU JOSEPH ALAN 333 

BAKER BILL 366 

BAKER CLAIRE 368 

BAKER GEOFFREY JOHN 333 

BAKER KATHLEEN ERIN 333 

BAKER KAYE 368 

BAKER SUZANNE RUTH 368 

BAKER WILLIAM T 411 

BALDWIN ANN MARIE 368 

BALDWIN BRUCE CHARLE 333 

BALDWIN CLYDE RAYMON 411 

BALDWIN imORUA 411 

BALDWIN ROLAimD A 41i 

BALEME RALPH ROBERT 333 

BALES DAN STEPHEN 392 

BALES FLOYD wAYNE 411 

BALL JOHN ROGER 411 

448 BALL SUSAN RAE 368 

BALLARD CHERYL L 368 

BALLARD DIANN 39<i 

BALLARD LINDA JOYCE 392 

BALLARD MARCIA E 392 

BALUKOFF ANTHONY J 33i 

BANGERTER DENNIS R 246 

8ANGERTER LEE ANN 368 

BANKS GRACE ALBERTA 333 

BANKSTDN DOLORES LYN 333 

BARAINCA JOHN W 333 

BARBATO VALERIE B 368 

BARBEN BONNIE JEAN 411 

6ARBEN CAROL 333 

BARBER GLNEVA ANNE 333 

BARBER MARIANNE 333 

BARBER MARY ALICE 392 

BARBER RUSSELL 6 411 

BARCLAY LAURA OLIVE 411 

BARELS RONALD RAE 333 

BARFUSS LINDA ANN 333 

BARKER BONNIE L 392 

BARKER CHERYL FAYE 368 

BARKER JANENE 333 

BARKER JUDY 333 

BARKER MICHAEL WILEY 333 

BARLEY GAYLE ANN 392 

BARLOW ISABEL ANN 392 

BARLOW PAUL ROBERT 333 

BARNARD NANCY JO 392 

BARNER EDwARD LEE 392 

BARNES CHERYL JEAN 333 

BARNES JAMES WILLIAM 411 

BARNES PALMER DELOY 411 

BARNETT BARBARA 411 

BARNETT BRENT A 333 

BARNETT DENNIS A 411 

BARNETT MARY 368 

BARNETT STEPHEN E 392 
BARNEY BLAINE MILTON 333 

BARNEY SANDRA LOUISE 392 

BARNHILL WILLIAM C 411 
BARNSON BRUCE RUSSEL 411 

BARNSON LINDA JANE 333 

BARNUM ROGER VERL 368 

BARRACLOUGH LINDA M 368 

BARRETT LINDA ANN 3-^2 

BARRETT MARGARET RUT 333 



BARRETT MICHAEL J 368 

BARRETT RICHARD BRJC 333 

BARRINGER LAWRiZNCE G 3i3 

bARRUN JUDY ANi\t 333 

BAKROW SHAROiM MARIE 388 

BARSUN LAFAE 411 

BARSTO»J LORRAIiME LEE 36b 

BARTHOLOMEW FAE 392 

BARTHOLOMEW JOAN 333 

BARTHOLOMEW JOYCE LE 36a 

BARTHOLOMEW PAMELA A 333 

BARTLETT BARRY LA hA 363 

BARTLETI JAMES i^ORLE 36>y 

BARTLETT NOLA MAJRIM 392 

BAKIUN BETIY ANM 392 

BARTON GURUUN CONWAY 333 

BARFON JUOirn ANN 36-J 

BARTON NANCr LijRRAIN 392 

BARTON NUEL RENECR 392 

BARTSCHI LARRY ROGER 369 

BARTSChI SUSAN 333 

BASCOM DURIS 333 

BASCUM tMA JO 33^ 

BASH STlVL.M LDwARD 369 

BASINGER J'JANNL iSARI ibi 

BASTER LINDA 411 

bASTIAN SHARON R 39^ 

BATEMAN BLAINE Sf^IIH 333 

BAIEMAN CYNTHIA t 33J 

BAfEMAN JOHM MORGAN 411 

BATEMAFj KAThLEL\ RAL 392 

BATES DANIEL MlJRGAM 333 

BATES LINDA AILtEN 333 

BATES RONALD HAROLD 392 

BATSON KENNETH B 411 

BAIT IN SHARLOT 8ERTA 333 

BAUGH GARY EVAN 369 

BAUGH JUDY LQRACE 369 

BAWA MANJIT 454 

BAWOEN MARLENE JOY 333 

BAXTER ALISON MAY 369 

BAXTER BETTE LORENE 369 

BAXTER GAIL MARLENE 369 

BAXTER JANICE LYNNt 454 

BAXTER LUREiM GENE 412 

BAXTER THOMAS K R 333 

BAY FRANCES 412 

BEAGlEY WILLIAM G 369 

BEAL BEVERLY JO 333 

BEAL ROBERT MAX 392 

BEAM CHARLENE 333 

BEAN BRENT LERDY 412 

BEAN ROGER EVANS 412 

BEAR JULEEN ANN 369 

BEARDALL DARRYL RAY 392 

bEARDALL IRENE BLAKE 412 

BEASLEY ROBIN ERIC 333 

BEATTY CATHY P 33i 

BEAUCHAMP CAROL Y 412 

BECK CHERYL ELAINE 412 

BECK DANIEL S III 333 

BECK SUSAN JILL 333 

BECK VENNA KAYE 333 

BECKER wAYNiE MICHAEL 333 

BECKSTEAD CAROLYN i"l 392 

BECKSTEAD RUTH 392 

BECKSTEAD STEVEN C 333 

BECKSTRAND JAN BRJCE 333 

BECKSTROM IIEANNA JEA 333 

BECKSTROM tLAINE 333 

BEER NICIA 333 

BEER RE^mEE KATHLEEN 333 

BEESLEY HORACE BRENT 333 

BEESTON JEANIE Lb£ 333 

BEHRENS SUiAN NAY 333 

BEHRING KENDRIC<S A 412 



All to Beh 



m 



461 



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U^lgSSlffii 



Index 



Beh to Bro 



BEHUfN NANCY 
BEHUNIN ANN 
BEHUMN LAJUANA GAIL 
BthUNIN UKAL 
BELL BRAXTON HOWARD 
BELL DOUGLAS JOSIAH 
BELL JOANNE 
BELL KAREN DIANE 
BELL MARYANN 
BELL SUZANNE WILSON 
BELLISTON LINDA 
BELLISTCN ZELLA JCY 
BELLVILLE PETER K 
BELNAP DAVID ALAN 
BELZ MARY ELIZABETH 
BENIKE CHERYL MARIE 
BENNETT BRUCE VERNON 
BENNETT CAROL JEAN 
BENNETT CAROLE 
BENNETT CHRISTIE ANN 
BENNETT DEAN LOYDE 
BENNETT GARY HATCH 
BENNETT JAN TAYLOR 
BENNETT NANCY GAIL 
BENNETT RAYMOND 
BENNETT RICHARD FRAN 
BENNETT SANDRA M 
8ENNI0N ANITA DIANNE 
BENNION BRUCE CARVER 
BENSCHNEIOER DONALD 
BENSON JEAN CAROL 
BENSON JUDITH KAY 
BENSON L JAY 
BENSON LAURENCE A 
BENTLEY BRIAN KENNET 
BENTLEY JOAN N 
BENTLEY WILLIAM W 
BENTON SUSAN 
BLNZLEY BETTY CLAIRE 
BERG JACK E 
BERG JANET LUCILLE 
6ERGER MARIANNE 
BERGESON ANNETTE 
6ERGLUND GARY LENORD 
BERKEY CHRISTINE RAE 
BERNSON NEAL 
BERRETT JUDITH ANN 
BERREY CAROL JEAN 
BERRY ALAN HOLBROOK 
BtRRY JOHN CARL 
BERRY LINDA LEE 
BERRY MARTHINE 
BERTAGNOLE ROSE ANN 
BESSAC MIREILLE M 
BESSEY ALICE HELEN 
6ESSEY DAVID JAY 
BEST BENJAMIN PALMER 
BETHERS LINDA 
BETTS KENT COLIN 
BETZ II WALLACE P 
BEDS EDWIN HILL 
BtVANS RUSSELL DEAN 
BEVERIDGE SANDRA KAY 
BICE RUSSELL EDkARD 
6IDDULPH KATHLEEN V 
BIGtLOW ARTHUR GENE 
BIGELOW LOYDENE 
BIGGS DENNIS RAY 
BIGLEK RALPH PORTER 
BILBRO LOKETTA ANNE 
BILLINGS CHARLENE 
BILLINGS SUSAN 
BILLS KARREN 
BILLS MAC M 
BINGHAM BETTY ANN 
BINGHAM BRUCE ASHBY 



44B BINGHAM BRUCE DUANt 393 

36V BINGHAM CLAUDIA MARI 369 

333 BINGHAM DIANA KAY 334 

369 BINGHAM FRANKLIN D 450 

412 BINGHAM JACK NEIL 334 

333 BINGHAM KATHRYN JOAN 369 

333 BINGHAM LAWANA 369 
392 BINGHAM LLOYD EARL 369 

334 BINGHAM MICHAEL 393 
412 BIRCH DEANNA 393 
334 BIRCH GLENN L 334 
334 BIRD REBECCA MARY 454 
334 BIRD TERRY DONALD 334 
369 BIRRELL DENNIS WALKE 393 
334 BISEL MARY LOUISE 334 
334 6ISHUP FRANCES ANN 334 
334 BISHOP LAWRENCE H 369 
392 BISHOP LINDA ANN 369 
369 BISHOP RICHARD HAROL 369 
334 BISHOP ROCK BURTON 369 
412 BITNER CAROL ROSE 369 
334 BITTER LORRAINE 388 
334 BITTER RUNALD ADAMS 412 
369 BLACK ELIZABtTH 334 
369 BLACK FREDERICK JAME 393 
412 BLACK HAROLD A 393 
369 BLACK JOSEPH MARVIN 334 
334 BLACK JR DONALD WAYN 334 

392 BLACK MARY ANN 393 
369 BLACK MARY JANE 369 
334 BLACK PEGGY LYNN 334 
412 BLACKBURN GERALD 393 
334 BLACKBURN VIRGINIA L 393 
334 BLACKER LOUISE 369 
334 BLACKHURST ELIZABETH 412 
412,448 BLACKHURST STEVEN JA 334 

393 BLACKMUN JR EUGENE C 412 
334 BLACKWELDER LOLA J 334 
334 BLAD CARL DEVON 393 
334 BLAIR BOYD 369 
334 BLAIR MARY ANN 393 
369 BLAKE CHERYL JOAN 369 
334 BLAKE JOHN LOUIS 450 
412 BLAKE KARL BEVAN 369 
334 BLAKE SALLY ANN 412, 
412 BLALOCK BRENDA A 413 
334 BLAMIRES GEORGE A 393 
369 BLANCH RICHARD GRANT 334 
412 BLANCHARD DONALD E 334, 
334 BLANCHARD JEANEESE G 334 
334 BLAND RICHARD LOWELL 454 
334 BLANE SANDRA 413 
393 BLANK LINDA LOU 369 
412 BLAZIN NELSON KEITH 334 
412 BLEAK KAREN 334 
369 BLECHA SHERRY LYNN 334 
369 BLEDSOE WILDA DEE 334 
369 BLETfENBERG ROBERT 388 
454 BLEVINS BILL RAYMOND 334 
334 BLEYL SANDI MAE 393 
393 BLEYL SUE HELENA 334 
369 BLODGETT STEVEN W 334 
393 6L0MUUIST HELEN ANNE 393 
388 BLOXHAM KAREN 334 
369 BLUE JEANNETTE MARTI 334 
393 BLUMELL MARINA J 369 
412 BLUNT KAREN SUE 334 
334 60BBS SHEILA LOUISE 393 
412 BOBERG JEAN CAROL 334 
393 BODILY LAURENE 334 
388 BODILY MAKILLA A 369 
334 BODILY NORMAN MARK 393 
393 BOEHME BRENT RUSSELL 334 
393 BOtLTER DOROTHY 334 
412 BOELTER SYLVIA 334 
369 BGETES JAMES RUSSEL 334 



BOGUE JUDY MARIE 
60ICE JOHN KENT 
BUICE LAKRY WARREN 
BUISOT MARION LUETTA 
bDLANOER MARJORIE 
BOLANDER RALPH EDWAR 
8ULEY KENT BREIi'iHULT 
60LINGBR0KE DENNIS A 
BOLLINGER THOMAS w 
BOLLSCHwtlLEi^ MARGIE 
BOND KATHRYiM 
BONELL SUSAN GAY 
BONELLA MARY E 
BUNEY WILMA MARIE 
BONFIELD JR HARRY K 
BONNER LINDA 
BOON C WAYNE 
BOONE LEON LEONARD 
BOOTH DUkINDA 
BOOTH STEVEN WILLIAM 
BURBA DOUGLAS CULLAG 
BORDEN CAROL ANN 
BOROINE BURTON W 
BUREN EARNEST JERRY 
BOREN JACK D 
BUREN MARILYN FAITH 
BOREN SYLVIA VIRGINI 
BOREN VIRGINIA M 
BORG SONYA 
BORK RONALD GREGORY 
BURROWMAN LEAH RANAE 
BOSSI JOSEPH DENNIS 
BOTT DRUCILLA 
BUULTER LARRY BRUCE 
SOUlTON DOUGLAS GENE 
BOUNDS BONNIE LEE 
BOUNOUS CONNIE LEE 
BOURNE SIDNEY ARTHUR 
BDUSFIELU KENNEIH H 
BOWEN DIANE 
BOWEN GLORIA FAYE 
BOWtN JLRI RYAN 
BOWEN LINDA 
BOWEN NATHANIEL C 

448 BOWER WILLIAM RAMON 
BOWERS DAVID JUNIUS 
BOWERS KAY ANN 
BOWLER RICHARD HEBRO 

369 BOWLER RUTH 

BDWLIN bONITA JEAN 
BOWMAN ARTHUR BLAINE 
BOWMAN JUDITH LUCILL 
BOWMAN KATHLEEN MERY 
BOWMAN NANCY ELLEN 
BOWThORPE DENNIS REE 
BDYCE DIANNE 
BOYCE MAX W 
BOYCE MIGNONETTE 
BOYCt VERA IRENE 
BUYD LOUISE ELMA 
BOYO MARGARET LAURA. 
BOYER DANITA JEANNE 
BUYER LETA 
BOYER MARGIE KAY 
BOYER MICHAEL KEITH 
BOYER TERI LOUISE 
BOYLE JEANEEN MAY 
BOYLES RITA LOUISE 
BRAASCH SHARuN L 
BRACH SUZANNE LORETT 
BRADBURY JOSEPH S 
BRADBURY MICHAEL W 
BRADBURY STEVEN M 
BRADDOCK PATSY LEE 
BRADFIELD CHALLIS L 
BRADFORD KENT HANSEN 



334 


BRADFORD LY^N tJGE\E 


370 


334 


BRauLEY JAMES UA/^Sj'J 


37J 


334 


BRADLEY JOYCt uLLL 


370 


334 


BRaDSHAW BLAINt S 


39 J 


335 


BRADSHAh LINDA SEELY 


413 


335 


BRADY BILL UEAM 


335 


369 


BRADY FlURMAN NtIL 


38d 


388 


bRAlTHWAlTE SYD\IE A 


370 


393 


BRAMWELL PATRICE 


37J 


335 


BRANDE KAROL A.vM 


335 


393 


BRANDT CAROLYN 


393 


369 


BRANDT DAVID ROBERT 


335 


335 


BRASHEAR CAROL 


335 


448 


BRAY RuBERT M 


iio 


335 


bRAZIER JOSEPH GRANT 


335 


36-y 


bRAZZEAL «ALLACE C 


3Tj 


393 


BRECKENRIDGE JA'^ES S 


335 


335 


bREGLIU VINCENT J 


413 


393 


bREINHOLT JACOUtLIN 


393 


335 


bRENNING AUDREY 


37U 


413 


BRESHEARS ALICL <AY 


335 


393 


BRETZlNb GORDON KEIT 


454 


454 


BRtwER RHONDA I 


335 


335 


BRIA FRANK HARRY 


393 


369 


BRIGGS BEATRICE H 


393 


369 


BRIGGS GAYE LEt 


370 


369 


GRIGGS STANLEY S 


37u 


335 


bRIGGS VIRGINIA MAE 


413 


335 


BRIMHALL DAVID LEWIS 


333 


369 


BRIMHALL FRANK cUGE^i 


413 


369 


BRIMHALL MARTHA LYNN 


37G 


393 


BRINGHJRST MICHAEL D 


335 


333 


BRINK SHERYL LEE 


393 


413 


BRINKERHOFF PHILIP R 


393 


369 


BRINKERHOFF RANDY S 


335 


335 


BRINTQN MARILYN 


37a 


393 


BRISK ALLEN LARRY 


413 


413 


BRISKEY MARILYN MAY 


393 


335 


BROADBENT ERIC MONS 


335 


448 


6R0A06ENT SJSAN 


335 


335 


BRUCKBANK VIRGINIA 


335 


335 


BRODERICK ANITA 


335 


369 


bRODERICK DILLARD S 


37U 


393 


BROOKS LINDA RAE 


335 


413 


BROOKS PENNY LEE 


335 


388 


BROOKS RE NAE 


393 


335 


oROOkS STEVEN DONALD 


370 


393 


BROOKS WILLIAM A 


413 


335 


BROUKSBY TERRELL C 


335 


393 


BROOkSBY wade FORD 


413 


335 


BROOME BARRY DeA\J 


388 


335 


bRuSS rCUD ALBERT 


413 


335 


BROSSARU BEn EDGAR 


413 


369 


bROUGH JANtT 


37U 


413 


BROW MARY LYNNL 


370 


309 


bROwN ARNEL STANLEY 


393 


369 


BRuwN BlRNICE JEAN 


335 


335 


BROWN BONNIE SJSAN 


413 


413 


BROWN BRENDA MARGE 


393 


335 


BROWN CHERYL ANN 


393 


3bb 


BROWN CLARA LOUISE 


370 


335 


BROWN DUNNA LYNME 


388 


335 


BROWN DOROTHY JEAN 


413 


335 


BROrtN fcuwARD P 


335 


369 


BROWN FLORA JEAN 


335 


413, 


44HbR0WN GARY JAMES 


393 


393 


BROwN GEORGIA 


335 


335 


bRUWi>l HAROLD 


38d 


335 


BRGWN liOMER RONALD 


393 


393 


BROWN JANEEN 


413 


369 


BRuwiM JANICE LOJISE 


37J 


393 


bROwN JANICE MARIE 


393 


335 


BROWN JuANNt KJAR 


370 


335 


BROWN KAREEN 


413 


369 


bROw\ LAMAR DELBERT 


335 


369 


BROmN LARRY LEL 


412 



Beh to Bro 



462 



1 



.1 



Bro to Chr 



Index 



BROWN LESLIE LA PREL 370 

BROWN LOUANN 365 

BRCWN MARbARETHA 393 

BROWN MARY FRANCES 335 

BROWN MARY SUSAN 393 

BROWN MICHAEL K 335 

BROWN PATRICIA ANN 335 

BROWN RALPH 370 

BROWN RICHARD CARL 335 

BROwN RONALD 6RYCE 335 

BROWN ROSS CLYDE 370 

BROWN SCOTT ELLSWCRT 335 

BROWN VAL YOUNG 335 

BROWN WINNAFRfcD 393 

BROWNING CLARIE L 393 

BROWNING GARY LEE 413 

BROWNING KAREN E 393 

BRUBAKER JOSEPH M 335 

BRUCE ELAINE 388 

BRUNDAGE ELIZABETH M 413 

BRUNSON KATHLEEN S 370 

BRUSCO MARY ANN 335 

BRYAN JEANNE 335 

BRYAN MtRRIL 414 

BRYANT LINDA JEAN 335 

BRYARS JEANNE 370 

BRYSON BRITT WILLIAM 370 

BUChAN BONNIE LUCILE 414 

BUCHANAN DON ARNOLD 335 

BUCHANAN KAYLINDA 393 

BUCHANAN RICHARD DAN 335 

BUCK JANICE ANN 414 

BUCKLES JOHN WILLIAM 335 

BUCKLEY SHfcRRALL D 335 

BUCKMILLER RUTH L 370 

BUCKNER ROBERT E 370 

BUCKNUM CLAIRE E 393 

8UDD CAROLYN RUTH 414 

8UCD PATRICIA LEE 393 

BUDDEN BRENT RAY 335 

BUDOENHAGEN JUNE RUT 370 

BUDGE ELOON JAY 336 

BUDGE KARREN DARLENE 336 

BUDGE RICHARD TAFT 335 

BUERGER ILCNA M 336 

BUHLER ELAINE JOY 336 

6UIRGY JANE ELINOR 370 

BUNCE ANNETTE 414 

BUNDOCK REBECCA C 336 

BUNKER CARMA LOU 393 

BUNKER CHARLES LEE 393 

BUNKER JUDY BRIDGES 414 

BUNKER MERRILL K 414 

BUNKER ROBERT E 393 

BUNKER SHIRLEY ANN 394 

BUNNELL ANN 370 

BUNNELL GLEE 414 

BUNNELL SUSAN 370 

BURDETT CURTIS ROGER 336 

BURDETT LARRY GLEN 407 

BURGENER ARLENt 336 

BURGER LEROY JAMES 394 

BURGESS CAROLYN 394 

BURGESS JU ANN C 394 

BURGIN DENNIS EUGENE 370 

BURGON GARTH STANLEY 394 

BURGON SHAUNA 370 

BURKE GLENNA SUE 336 

BURKE TOBY RICHELLE 336 

BURKt WILODENE RAE 336 

BURKHALTER CHARLES W 370 

BURKHART BRUCE EDGAR 370 

8URLES KENNETH THOMA 336 

BURNAH ARTHUR N 336 

BURNES PETER DOUGLAS 394 

BURNETT DOUGLAS S 336 



BURNINGHAM MARY LYNN 370 
BURNINGHAM ROBERT G 414 
BURNINGHAM STEPHEN G 414 
BURNS JEANNETTE SUE 394 
BURNS KAREN LOUISE 370 
BURNS TERRY ODtLL 370 
BURNSIOE GEORGE H 370 
BURR MELANtE V 388 
BURR ROBERT KENDALL 414 
BURROWS MARY ANN 336 
BURRUP BEVERLY LYNNE 370 
BURTENSHAW TRUDY 370 
BURTON DIXIE LOUISE 370 
BURTON FRED OELAIRE 336 
BURTON MARTHA £ 370 
BURTON STEPHEN JOSEP 370 
BUSH CAROL ANN 414,448 
BUSH KATHLEEN 336 

BUSHMAN ARTHUR VERN 336 
BUSHMAN DAPHNE 394 
BUSHMAN LAREE 394 

BUSHMAN MILO KENT 336 
BUSHORE STEVE £ 336 
BUSK JUDY LYNN 336 
BUTCHER JANET GALE 370 
BUTLER BRUCE CORWIN 407 
BUTLER CHERLYN JOYCE 370 
BUTLER CLINTON K 388 
BUTLER LINDA IRENE 407 
BUTLER LINDA SUE 394 
BUTLER RICHARD MILLE 336 
BUTLER SYLVIA G 414 
BUTSCHEK JEAN RUTH 394 
BUTTEL YVONNE MARIE 336 
BUTTERFIELD JUDY J 336 
BUTTERFIELD LINUA 336 
BUTTERFIELD LYNDA 388 
BUTTERWORTH JOAN K 394 
8UZARD KENNETH L 414 
BYERS BONITA KAY 336 
BYtRS CHARLES LELAND 336 
BYLUND COLLEEN MARIE 336 
8YLUND DEE ANN 336 
BYRNE KENNETH LEE 336 
BYWATER HAROLD OANIE 454 



CABANA FELIPE S 421 

CABLE LEWIS JAY 414 

CAHALAN ALICE 414,448 

CAHOON PATRICIA 336 

CALOER JAY RONALD 336 

CALOER SALLY JOYCE 370 

CALDWELL CAM 370 

CALDWELL CARYN L 414 

CALDWELL DOUGLAS H 336 

CALDWELL KAREN 336 

CALDWELL TONI DALLIS 336 

CALL CANDACE V 336 

CALL DALE SCHUYLER 370 

CALL DIANE 370 

CALL JR CHARLES M 394 

CALL JUDITH LIONE 394 

CALL JULIA ANNE 336 

CALL LOIS JEAN 394 

CALL LYNN SMITH 370 

CALL MICHEL L 370 

CALL NORA A 414 

CALL RODGER LESTER 394 

CALL STEPHEN LINDSAY 336 

CALL SYLVIA 336 

CALL TOMIE LOY 394 

CALLAHAN FRANCES N 336 



CALLISTEK CINDA 394 
CALLISTlR JERRY ELDO 388 
CALLISTtR KATHE 394 
CALLISTLR KENNETH N 414 
CALVIN JOHN ROBERT 394 
CAMERON LESLIE 414 
CAMMACK JR tARL M 394 
CAMP JAN ALLYSON 370 
CAMPBELL CLARE ANN 370 
CAMPBELL GARY LYMAN 414 
CAMPBELL JACQUELINE 370 
CAMPBELL JAMES M 336 
CAMPBELL KATHLEEN KA 33t) 
CAMPBELL KENNETH S 454 
CAMPBELL LLOYD NELSO 336 
CAMPBELL LYLE RICHAR 38tJ 
CANOLANO VALURIE 394 
CANNON J TERRANCE 450 
CANNON JAMES ARTHUR 336 
CANNON KAREN 336 

CANNON MARYINA 414 
CANNON PETER MAUGHAN 394 
CANNON RUVH L 414 

CANSLER MARY JANE 336 
CANTRELL LINDA SUE 336 
CAPPEN PATRICIA L 336 
CAPSON ELEANOR 414 
CARAWAY ANN LOUISE 414 
CARDUN BOYD LOUIS 370 
CARUON KATHERINE 336 
CAREY HALLIc MARGRET 394 
CAREY HELEN JANICE 336 
CAREY PATTI JEAN 336 
CARLETON UELLA 370 
CARLILE BRENT G 394 
CARLISLE CLIFFORD A 336 
CARLISLE JOScPH R 394 
CARLISLE STEPHANIE A 394 
CARLSON CAROLYN ELLE 370 
CARLSON GLENUA 370 
CARLSON GLORIA JEAN 336 
CARLSON LESLIE 336 
CARLSON MARILYN FERN 370 
CARLSON REX OTTO 336 
CARLSON SHERMAN A 370 
CARLSON SHIRLEY RAE 388 
CARLSTON SUZANNE 336 
CARMODE RALPH EUWARD 450 
CARPENTER CHARLES R 336 
CARPENTER DANIEL J 336 
CARPENTER JANELL 336 
CARPENTER KAY F 414 
CARPENTER LINDA 394 
CARPENTER PAUL SNOW 414 
CARR REBECCA 336 

CARR RUTH ANN 370 

CARR WALLACE JAMES 394 
CARR WAYNE LEE 394 
CARRAGHER BRENDA JAN 336 
CARRIGAN ANN 415 

CARRIS CHARLES ARTHU 370 
CARROLL JOAN E 336 
CARROLL JOYCE 371 

CARROLL LINDA SUL 336 
CARROLL RAYMOND F 371 
CARRUTH JANET 336 

CARSON KATHRYN BLAIR 33b 
CARSON MARGARET M 336 
CARTER BRUCE F 336 
CARTER BRUCE K 45Q 
CARTER ELLEN JANE 336 
CARTER HAROLD C 415 
CARTER INA CLAIRE 336 
CARTER JEAN E 336 

CARTER LINDA L 415 
CARTER MARY 337 



CARTER NELSON ARTHJ-( 337 

CARTER RUBLRT «ILLIA 450 

CARTER ROBIN JAMIEL 394 

CARTER RUTH 415 

CARTER SHEILA J 4l3 

CARTER SuSAN MARILY^i 337 

LAKTRETTE SHERYL JON 394 

CARThRI&HT ELIZABETH 337 

CARTwRlGHT JAMES F 394 

CARTWRIGHT SHAKKON G 371 

CARVALHU CLEONIA A 337 

CASE AMY SAmDRA 337 

CASE REBECCA KAYc 415 

CASH FRANCIS WINFORU 415 

CASPER DARLENE 371 

CASTLE DEAN LOhELL 415 

CASTLEBdRRY VENDA C 415 

CASWELL THOMAS H 337 

CATLIN CAROLE AN\ 394 

CAIMJLL UONMA JEAN 337 

CATMULL FERRELL HENR 394 

CAUMUN GAIL ROCHELLE 371 

CAvALHEIRO RUBt^S D 3/1 

CAVANAUGH ALLEN ^ 337 

CAZILR SHARON LOJISt 337 

LEUERSTROM PATRICIA 371 

ChADBURi^ LINDA ChERI 337 

CHALKER LEI LANI 394 

CHAMBERLAIN CAROL N 394 

CHAMBERLAIN DEAN^A F 337 

CHAMBERLAIN) OENMiS D 371 

CHAMBERLAIN GUY R 3)4 

CHAMBERLAIN KNUTE 371 

CHAMBERS MAX BRENT 394 

CHAN RICHARD MING C 415 

CHAN WING FUNG 415 

CHAN YING MING 415 

CHANDLER JAMIE 337 

CHANTRILL JAMES ARLA 371 

CHAPMAN CORMA l.AiiBlE 415 

CHAPMAN UONAVOiM LARO 394 

CHAPMAN JUDITH ANN 371 

CHAPMAN LYNBTTE 337 

CHAPPELL CAROLYN MAE 337 

CHAPPELL JANET L 415 

CHAPPLt HARRY LEROY 415 

CHAPPLE RICHARD LYNN 394 

CHARLES II HUGH M 371 

CHATWIN DONNA MARIE 371 

CHELIUS BRIAN DENNIS 450 

CHEN BRIAN PINu CHAN 371 

CHEN DAVID HSIAO HS I 450 

CHEN JUNG FANG 450 

CHEN MInG FARN 450 

CHENEY DARRELL LEE 3fl 

CHENtY ERNEST J 415 

CHENEY JUDY ANNE 415 

CHENEY KATHLEEN GAYL 371 

CHENEY SUSAN M w 415 

CHtNG WILLIAM W L 337 

CHERRY CHARLES DAVID 337 

CHERRY SHARLENE 371 

CHICK BARBARA JEAN 415 

CHILU LAWRENCE JOHN 394 

CHILD LYNN ADAMS 337 

CHILD PATRICIA 394 

CHIN HSIU LI 450 

CHINPELLA JEAN 415 

CHIPMAN CONiMlE 394 

:hIPMA'>1 JIM 371 

CHIPMAN LYNETTE L 394 

CHLARSON JULIET 337 

CHRISTENSEN ANN 337 

CHRISTENSEN ANNETTE 371 

CHRISTLNSEN BLAYNC H 371 

CHRISTENSEN CAMILLE 337 



Bro to Chr 



463 



Index 



-1 



Chr to Dan 



CHRISTENSEN CAMILLE 337 
CHRISTENSEN carl 39^ 
CHRISTENSEN CHRIS LE 337 
CHRISTENSEN CONNIE 337 
CHRISTENSEN DORIS J 337 
CHRISTENSEN GAIL ANN 39^ 
CHRISTENSEN HEBER C 371 
CHRISTENSEN 1 VA LOU 415 
CHRISTENSEN J DEE 371 
CHRISTENSEN JAMES A 371 
CHRISTENSEN JOAN LEE 337 
CHRISTENSEN JOAN h A15 
CHRISTENSEN JOY ANN 337 
CHRISTENSEN KATHLEEN 337 
CHRISTENSEN KENNETH 337 
CHRISTENSEN LARRY R 394 
CHRISTENSEN LINDA 413 
CHRISTENSEN MARK W 415 
CHRISTENSEN MARTA 394 
CHRISTENSEN MELVIN J 371 
CHRISTENSEN PATRICIA 371 
CHRISTENSEN PAUL E 394 
CHRISTENSEN PHYLLIS 394 
CHRISTENSEN RANDALL 337 
CHRISTENSEN ROBERT K 394 
CHRISTENSEN STANLEY 337 
CHRISTENSEN WAYNE L 371 
CHRISTENSON RONALD P 337 
CHRISTIANSEN C 394 
CHRISTIANSEN CAROL L 337 
CHRISTIANSEN DON M 337 
CHRISTIANSEN JAMES T 371 
CHRISTIANSEN MELODY 388 
CHRISTGFFERSON G P 337 
CHRISTOPHERSON ANN E 415 
CHURCH DAVID LLOYD 415 
CHURCH ELAINE 416 

CIRCUIT RICHARD K 371 
CLARK BETTY JEAN 388 
CLARK BRENT R 388 

CLARK DICK JOt 394 
CLARK GLENN MARCO 371 
CLARK II DEREES CARL 337 
CLARK JOHN MARK 337 
CLARK LARUE 337 

CLARK LYNN WILLIAM 337 
CLARK MARGARET ANN 371 
CLARK MARIDITH 337 
CLAKK MARIE NORMA 371 
CLARK MICHAEL M 337 
CLARK OTHELLO JEROL 337 
CLARK PHILIP C 371 
CLARK RICHARD C 416 
CLARK STEPHEN JACK 394 
CLARK SUSAN 371 

CLARK SUSAN KAY 394 
CLARK SUZANNE 337 

CLARK TERKI ANN 416 
CLARKE JOE ESTON 371 
CLARKE KATHRINE A 371 
CLARKE MARIETTA 371 
CLARKE RENEE SUSAN 371 
CLAUSE LORETTA JUNE 416 
CLAUSEN MICHAEL BCYE 371 
CLAUSEN YETTA OLDGAR 371 
CLAWSON KIT C 394 

CLAWSON MICHAEL ALLE 371 
CLAWSON WILLIAM H 371 
CLAY EILEEN ELIZABET 337 
CLAYSON SHERYL DEON 388 
CLAYTON BARBARA AGNE 371 
CLAYTON DAVID STEVEN 337 
CLAYTON MARILYN 371 
CLAYTON RALPH TAYLOR 371 
CLAYTON TUNI ANN 394 
CLEGG DARLENE C 371 



CLEGG EDITH DALEE 394 
CLEGG ELOISE LYNETTE 394 
CLEGG WILDON JONATHA 416 
CLEMENT CAROL ETTA 337 
CLEMENT CAROLYN KAY 371 
CLEMENT DALLAS BRENT 394 
CLEMENT DOUGLAS REED 394 
CLEMENTS MICHAEL REI 371 
CLEMENTS NEIL W 394 
CLEVERLY KAY 6ATT 416 
CLIFTON LLOYD NICHOL 416 
CLIFTON LOKA JUNE 337 
CLINGER JUDITH KAY 395 
CLOWARD MARILYN 337 
CLUFF CAROL 337 

CLUFF LORRAINE 337 
CLUFF MURRAY MONAHAN 371 
CLUFF MYRNA LOUISE 395 
CLUFF TERRY BRENT 371 
COATES PHYLLIS E 416 
COATS ELLEN MARIE 371 
COATS GLEN B 416 

CObABE JANE ELIZABET 371 
COBIA LEROY RICHARD 395 
COCKS BRIAN JAMES P 337 
CODDINGTQN MIRIAM J 416 
COGO CAROL ANN 416 
COLBERT JOHNNIE FAYE 371 
COLBY JR ORRIN TETHE 454 
COLE LOIS ANN 337 

COLEMAN ARTHUR EUGEN 395 
COLEMAN DENNIS MARVI 395 
COLEMAN REMA KAY 416 
COLES BONNIE KAE 371 
COLGROVE CAROL ANN 371 
CGLLARD LINDA 395 

COLLARD MAX EDWARD 395 
COLLETTE CRAIG D 395 
COLLIER CAROL LYNN 371 
COLLIER DOUGLAS D 395 
COLLIER KEITH 416 

COLLIER MARK DOWDLE 337 
COLLIER MARY ALICE 395 
COLLINS CATHY AREA 371 
COLLINS CONSTANCE MA 416 
COLLINS JOHN EDWARD 454 
COLLINS LINDA IRENE 395 
COLLINS LYNN RAY 454 
COLLINS MARY ANN 337 
COLGVICH CARGLEE 416 
COLSON TERRY LYNN 337 
COLT JANICE 337 

COLTON GARY LAWRENCE 337 
COLVER ALLAN LESLIE 337 
CQMPTGN LARRY RICHAR 454 
CONDIE JAMES JR 454 
CONGER DOUGLAS W 337 
CONGER KATHLEEN GAY 371 
CONKLING VIRGINIA KA 371 
CONN MARGIE KAREN 371 
CONRAD D ROGER 371 
CONRAD LINDA JOYCE 337 
CONRAD RIELLY EAMES 395 
CONVERSE KAREN MARIE 371 
CONWELL EDWARD EUGEN 337 
COOK ANITA JEAN 371 
COOK ANNETT 337 

COOK CAROLE JUDY 337 
COOK DARILD JAY 338 
COOK DARRELL LAGRANO 338 
COOK EDITH KAY 371 
COOK JERRY C 395 

COOK KATHRYN 416 

COOK LINDA JEAN 416 
COOK LORAN DAVIS 395 
COGLEY JEFFRY LYNN 338 



COOMBS MARGARET SUE 
COOMBS RICHA.^O J JR 
COOiMEY KATHLEEN ANN 
COONS CARULYM 
COONS SHARON LEE 
COOPER BILL 
CGPELAND ELLEN E 
COPELANO ERNESTINE L) 
CQPtLANO JAMlS DWAYN 
CGPELAND LYNDA LEE 
COPELANO THOMAS 6 
CORBIN DAVIU RANDALL 
CORBRIDGt NANCY MARI 
CORDON HARIANNA 
COREY BEVERLY RAE 
COREY JOSEPH FRANKLI 
CGRLESS JOHN CONDIE 
CORNABY CttMILLE MARI 
CJRNETT KATHLEEN 
CORNWALL ELLEN 
CORRY STEVEN DECKER 
CORTEZ DAVID LEIJA 
CURTSEM ELAINE 
CORZINE NORMA LEE 
COSGRAVt CARtN F 
COTTAM NANCY H 
COTTER REBECCA LYNN 
CuTTRELL CLAUDIA t 
COTTRELL PAULA DIANA 
COULAM ANNETTE 
CDULAM LOIS ANN 
COULAM MARILYN 
COULTER NATHAN W 
CUURSEY JOANN ZAY 
COURTRIGHT MARIAN 
COWAN LYNNE 
CUWDEN WILLIAM H 
COX CHRISTINE 
LGX GAYLE 
COX KAYt BRUCE 
CuX VEDA CHRISTINE 
CRAGUN MARY 
CRAIG MARTHA JEANNE 
CRANUALL MARY JANE 
CRANDALL NATHAN JAY 
CRANE BRUCE PALMER 
CRANE CAROL LEE 
CRANE JOHN ROBERT 
CRANE MICHAEL ALFRED 
CRANE WILHA 
CRANER ANNE LORENE 
CRANER LORRAINE BETT 
CRANFORD JUDY LARAIN 
CRAPO ALVIN LEROY 
CRAPO GERALD HERBERT 
CRAVEN LYNN PAIGE 
CRAWFORD HAROLD CLAR 
CRAWFORD KAY HART 
CRAWFORD PATRICIA AN 
CRAWFORD RICHARD DON 
CRAWFORD RONALD ODAM 
CREER KENT MILLER 
CREGG KATHRYN ANN 
CRESAP KENON 
CRITHFIELD DELLA KAY 
CRlTHFIcLD KEITH 
CROCKETT DAVID F 
CROCKETT DAVID S 
CROCKETT DON 
CROCKETT MARGARET R 
CROCKETT RODNEY LYNN 
CROFT DEAN flLLIAM 
CROFT GARY MAX 
CROFT GORDON GLEN 
CROFT JANET I 
CROFT MARILYN YVONNE 



407 


CROFI ROGER G 


416 


CROFI STEVEN KENT 


338 


CRUFTS MAR:IA CLAIRE 


338 


CROFTS MURIEL l, 


416 


CROFTS SHIRLEY A 


336 


CRUMAR BRUCE YUj\G 


388 


CRuitAR iTA.,FGRO 


371 


CRuMPTUiJ DIAiML L 


371 


CRCOkSTUN KuBERT KhM 


416 


CROPPER MARV ELLEN 


33b 


CRlSBY CARL A jR 


36'j 


CRUSS JANlCil lyn;m 


371 


CRCSSLtY DEnNli J 


33o 


CROwt MILDRED IRENE 


338 


CROWLEY LLARENCE ClA 


395 


CROM ROBERT rtAY^^E 


388 


CRYOER RGXIE MAY 


371 


CODNEY MARILYN JEAN>* 


338 


CUELLAR JAMES L >1 1 L 


338 


CULOERTSUN CATHERINE 


371 


LULLEY BONNIE ANN 


416 


CULLEY MARY JAuE 


416 


CULLIMORE UrtEN S 


388 


CUlVER CAROL JEANNt 


338 


CULY KARtN LEE 


416 


CUMMENS BRlAi'iT EDWAR 


338 


CUMMINGS DIXIE 


395 


CURLEY MARY LOuISE S 


372 


CURRAN CAROL VAJGHN 


41b 


CURRAN CHARlES G 


338 


CURRAN UOUGLAS M 


37i 


CURRIER SANURA LYNN 


338 


Curtis bunita marie 


395 


CURTIS CARJL K 


338 


CURTIS LUGENE «ALLAC 


338 


CURTIS KAREN JEAN 


372 


CURTIS KENNETH DEAN 


395 


CURTIS MARCIA LEE 


338 


CUSHING CATHY LOJISE 


454 


CUSICK JUDITH INEZ 


372 


CUTLER ALLtNl RILEY 


338 


CUILER CALVIN MILLER 


372 


CUTLER LINDA JUNE 


372 


CUTLER VIRGINIA ANN 


338 


CUTTS RHONDDA JOAN 


338 




372 




338 


1 \ 


338 


1 / 


372 




372 


DAtMS LINON ALYCE 


338 


UAHL JANET 


372 


DAHL THELMA 


338 


UAhLE DOROTHY C 


38b 


DAHLUUIST KATHLEEN 


395 


DALEY DAVID M 


372 


DALEY JULIA CLARE 


416 


DALLEY LUAimA GAY 


338 


DALLEY RONALD JOHN 


338 


DALLEY STANLEY GARY 


416 


DALLINGA LINDA SJE 


338 


UALTON BARBARA DENE 


372 


DALTON KATHIE 


338 


DALZEN LAUREN DEAN 


338 


DAM TU TRINH 


338 


DAME JR JOHN LL ROY 


41/ 


UAMERON RUTH 


417 


DANA PATRICIA EILEEM 


372 


DANIEL JJLAINE 


372 


DANIlL VICKY PARIS 


372 


DANIELS JAMES wEBBER 


33b 


DANIELS JR CUURT\|EY 


395 


DANIELS PAUL JACi^SOS 


33b 


DANIELS WlLLlA^i T 


448 


UANltLSON TRUDY A 


338 


DANLEY JANICE ,CARLE>4 



Chr to Dan 



464 



Dar toFar 



Index 



DARLEY MABLE JUANITA 
DARNELL DONALD ROSS 
DARRINGTON DARRELL 
DASTRUP DELCIA ELAIN 
DASTRUP SHERRIE A 
DASTRUP WARREN L 
DAUENBAUER CAROLYN A 
DAUGHERTY LARRY C 
DAVENPORT LYNN AUSTI 
DAVID DONNA JUNE 
DAVIDSON CAROL IRENE 
DAVIDSON JR JOSEPH 
OAVIES DALE HULETT 
DAVIES GRANT hILLIAM 
DAVIES JUDITH ANN 
DAVIS BARBARA LEE 
DAVIS CAROLE 
CAVIS CAROLYN 
DAVIS CHERYL 
DAVIS CONNIE 
DAVIS DARLA KAY 
DAVIS DAVID RICHARD 
DAVIS DIANNE 
DAVIS D0TTI6 
DAVIS ELAINE CECILIA 
DAVIS ELOISE M 
DAVIS JANE NAOMI 
DAVIS JEAN ALISON 
DAVIS JOHN DANIEL 
DAVIS JOY ARLENE 
DAVIS KAREN 
DAVIS KATHY ANN 
DAVIS LYNETTE 
DAVIS MARGARET 
DAVIS MARILYN JEAN 
DAVIS PAMELA MAE 
DAVIS REX TERRY 
DAVIS RICHARD JOHN 
DAVIS STEWART EARL 
DAWSON BARBARA I 
DAWSON LEONARD ALFRE 
DAWSON MARIA ALICIA 
DAY PHYLLIS 
DEAN LOUISE 
DEAN PATRICIA DARLEN 
DEARINGER WILLIAM C 
DEARMAN DIANA CLAIRE 
DECELLE KAREN JEAN 
DECKER BARBARA L 
DECKER FLORA 
DECKER MILES STEPHEN 
DECKER VICTOR E 
DfcGRAFF J CRAIG 
DELANEY DONNA MARIE 
DELANGE VANYA 
OEMETtR EUGENE J 
CEMILLE BLAINE 
DEMSHER MARY LOUISE 
OENDURENT HOWARD E 
DENISON DOUGLAS 
OENKERS ELAINE 
DENNETT VIRGINIA 
DENNEY JAMES WILLARD 
DENNEY PEGGY JEAN 
DENTON DONALD DARREL 
DENTON JANIS KAYE 
OEPAULA LINEU 
DERR KAREN ELFRIEDE 
DESCHAMPS MARY KAYE 
DESCHAHPS PAULA ANN 
DESEMPLE LINDA MARIE 
CESPAIN DAVID MORLEY 
DESPAIN GERALDINE 
DESPAIN KATHLEEN 
DESPAIN MARILYN KAE 
DESPAIN MICHAEL JOHN 



A17,4AB 


DESPAIN WILLIAM GLEN 


339 


417 


CESTJEOR CLAUDIA 


339 


395 


DEVAULT CHRISTIE 


372 


372 


OEWITT PAMELA GAYE 


339 


417 


DIAL MIKE 


372 


339 


DIAL RONALD BRUCE 


339 


339 


DICKERSON MICHAEL L 


339 


372 


DICKEY RITA 


3 39 


339 


OIDDY SANDY GAIL 


372 


339 


DIEHL CURTIS CLIFFOR 


417 


417 


DIERCKSEN BARBARA A 


339 


372 


ORG WILLIAM JOSEPH 


395 


4!>5 


DIMICK OEANNA GAI 


339 


455 


DINGER MARILYN LOUIS 


372 


372 


DINGESS JUDITH CAROL 


372 


395 


OINGMAN ROBERT ALAN 


339 


395 


DINNETT NETTIE 


455 


372 


DITTMAR PAMELA 


417 


339 


DIXOlM BRENT CARTER 


339 


339 


DIXON BYRON PAUL 


395 


339 


DIXON DON CHARLES 


395 


339 


DIXON DUNNA EVELYN 


395 


417,448 


DIXON GEORGE EDWARD 


339 


339 


DIXON JANET 


339 


339 


DIXON JANICE DIANNE 


417 


395 


DIXON JUDITH ANN 


372 


372 


DIXON L DEANNE 


417 


339 


DIXON LARRY OWEN 


339 


339 


DIXON LILLIAN SUE 


372 


339 


DIXON LINDA 


395 


339 


DIXON MICHAEL CURTIS 


418 


339 


DIXON ORVILLE LA MAR 


450 


339 


DIXON ROBERT E 


395 


339 


DIXON ROBERT J 


339 


339 


OIXON RONALD DEAN 


372 


339 


DOBNEY ARTHUR MICHAE 


395 


395 


DOCHKUS CAROLE ANN 


339 


372 


DODO LLOYD GIBSON 


339 


339 


DODOS JOSEPH DUNCAN 


339 


339 


DODSON RONALD CLYDE 


418 


372 


DOERING ANN FRANCES 


418 


339 


DONAHOE CASHELL JR 


418 


417 


DONALDSON GARETH K 


339 


372 


OCNALDSON KARYNE LEE 


339 


372 


DONALDSON KERRY G 


418 


417 


DONALDSON KLOYD N 


395 


372 


DONNELLY SHARON K 


339 


395 


DONNELLY THOMAS E 


339 


417 


CONNER MARY JEANNE 


339 


417 


DONOHO BENNY FRANKLI 


339 


417 


DOPP DEAN JAY 


418 


395 


OORAN JOANNE E 


339 


339 


DORSEY MAROLYN J 


418 


372 


DOVER KEITH ALLAN 


372 


372 


DOW KENT RICHARD 


3 39 


417 


DOW LINDA CAROL 


339 


339 


DOWDLE KIM 


339 


339 


DOXEY JILL 


418 


395 


COXEY SHARLEE 


372 


339 


DRAGE LYNDA 


339 


395 


DRAPER CAROL JEAN 


339 


372 


DRAUGHON LARRY OELAN 


339 


339 


DRAWHORN EUGENIA L 


372 


339 


DRAWHORN SALLY R 


418 


339 


DRAY HENRY DENNIS 


418 


339 


DRAY SHIRLEY MARIE 


395 


339 


DREDGE LOUIS STEPHEN 


372 


395 


DRUMMOND EDWARD L 


372 


395 


DUCE ROGER L 


339 


372 


DUFFIN ELAINE 


372 


372 


DUFFIN JOYCE 


372 


417 


CUFFIN WILLIAM 


339 


339 


DUKE C PAULINE 


395 


395 


DUKE JERRY KENT 


340 


339 


DUKE LUCRETIA 


340 


395 


DUKE MELVIN TINGEY 


340 



DUMFORD OONNA KAY 395 
DUNBAR DAwN ALItNE 340 
DUNCAN bETTY LOU 395 
DUNCAN STUART VON 340 
DUNCAN SUSAN THAYER 340 
DUNFORD KRISTENE 340 
DUNFURD NED OSMUND 340 
UUNKLEY HELEN 418 
OUNKLEY JAMES LEONAR 450 
DUNLAP VIRGINIA FAYE 340 
DUNN OARRYL SCOTT 340 
DUNN STANLEY W 418 
DUNNING RICHARD V 395 
DUNNING SANOKA E 395 
DURRANT CATHERINE 340 
DURRANT MARILYN GRAC 395 
DUSENBERRY KATHRYN D 340 
DUTCHER MIKE HAROLD 340 
DUTKVS SHARON LEE 340 
DUTSON BRtNT VIRGIN 388 
DYE BARBARA JOAN 395 
DYER ROBERT GEOFFREY 340 
DYKES SUZAN RENtE 340 
OYSART ROBERT RONALD 395 



EADS CHARLES GRANT 418 
EAGAR DELWIN THOMAS 395 
EAGAR JUDITH 340 

EALAND CHARLES D II 418 
EARDLEY KIM HIATT 350 
EARL ROBERT RULON 340 
EARP JOHN WYATT 340 
EASTHOPE EVAN DAWN 41b 
EASTMAN DONALD LEE 418 
EASTMAN ELIZABETH AN 418 
ECHOHAWK LUCILLE ANN 418 
tDENS JANICE LYNN 340 
EDGAR STEPHEN ALAN 340 
EOMISTON CAROLYN ANN 395 
EDMONDS RITA MAE 340 
EDMUNDS BRENT DAVID 340 
EDMUNDS SUSAN 340 
EOSON ALLAN CURTIS 388 
EOSON STEPHEN ROGER 395 
EDVALSON JUDY RAE 340 
EDWARDS UARREL 418 
cDWARDS ROZANNE CARO 418 
EGAN VONETTA ELAINE 395 
EGBERT ALFRED J 418 
EGBERT CAROL LEE 340 
EGELUND LARRY DUWAYN 386 
EKINS DAVID CROPPER 340 
EMNS ELDON LEROY 340 
EKINS JEANIE 418 

EMNS WALTER LEO 418 
EKLUND CYNTHIA ANN 41b 
ELDER JOE DON 396 
ELDREDGE HASTINGS J 340 
ELDREOGE SUSAN 340 
ELFORS RAYMOND D 340 
ELIASON ALICE E 396 
ELIASON DAVID REID 340 
tLISON GAR THAYNE 418 
tLIZONDO JAY EMMETT 396 
ELKINGTUN CLAIR NIEL 418 
ElKINS SHERYL 396 
ELLIOTT PATRICIA ANN 396 
ELLIS BRUCE G 340 
ELLIS ELAINE 419 

ELLIS LEONARD V JR 419 
ELLIS WILLARD HOLMES 419 
ELLISON LINDA KAY 365 



ELLSWORTH VAN LAMARK 
ELMER RICHARD LANE 
ELMORE RICHARD LtE 
ELZINGA JOYCE LAVELL 
EMMETT RUTH CAROL 
EHPEY PHILIP H JR 
ENCE KAKLN MARIt 
ENGtLEK tLMA GtRTRUD 
ENGLAND CAROL ANN 
ENGLAND RUTh ANN 
ENKE ELIZABETH M 
ENSLEY MICHAEL wARO 
EPPERSON DA\/ID 
EPPERSON STEVEN PAJL 
ERICKSUN BRJCE GALL 
ERICkSON CAROL DIANE 
ERICKSUN JANET 
cRiCKSON JENNIFER H 
tRICKSON KARIN LEi 
ERICKSON ROBERT BOYD 
ERICKSUN h RAY 
ERIKSON KATHIE 
ERWIN JANET LOUISE 
ESPERSON DONALD CARL 
ESPERSON JANICE LEC 
ESTES CAMILLE GAY 
ETCHEVERRY kILLIE M 
ETHERINGTON MAKbARET 
EVANS AARON DEAN 
EVANS UASHCL D 
EVANS DIANA MELROSE 
EVANS EVE R 
EVANS FRED B 
EVANS JUDITH AUDRA 
EVANS KAREN ANNETTE 
EVANS LARRY ALLEN 
EVANS MARY ELLEN 
EVANS MARY KAY 
EVANS MARY LOUISE 
EVANS PAIRICIA ALICE 
EVANS SUSAN E 
EVELANO DENNIS MARTI 
EVELYN MARJORIE LOU 
EVENSEN DEBRA LQJISE 
EVENSON WILLIAM EDWI 
EVERETT RUbtRT SNOw 
EVERETT RONALD MALAN 
EVERETT SHARON FAE 
EVERTSEN MURIEL S 
EWELL LEON nILLIAM 
EYRING SANDRA SUE 



FABRI 
FACER 
FAotR 
FACER 
FAOEN 
FAIKB 
FA1R6 
FAIRb 
FALES 
FALSE 
FARLE 
FARLE 
FARME 
FARML 
EARNS 
FARNS 
FARNS 
FARNS 
FARNS 
FARNS 



ZIO T 
KATH 
NORM 
PATR 
GAYL 
ANKS 
OURN 
OURN 

LIND 
EV AR 

Y OIA 

Y LEU 
R FRE 
R VAL 
WORTH 
WORTH 
wlRTH 
WORTH 
WORTH 
WORTH 



ONI uIANNE 

LEEN 

AN HOLBROO 

ICIA JEAN 

u 

STEPHEN L 

DENNIS R 

LEE RAY 

A MARY 

LENE 

NNE 

NA BlRDINE 

U COi^iWAY 

oENc 

3ARY F 

JR F D 

nARl S 

NANCY S 

RICHARD J 

RUBY L 



343 
340 
340 
419 
340 
396 
340 
396 
343 
396 
396 
340 
343 
396 
340 
340 
340 
34j 
396 
340 
340 
448 
37^: 
372 
340 
340 
396 
396 
340 
419 
340 
419 
419 
372 
340 
396 
343 
372 
37^ 
419 
419 
340 
34U 
340 
419 
396 
372 
396 
419 
340 
419 



372 
\(iL 

396 
396 
419 
372 

340 
419 
372 
372 
340 
372 
340 
396 
419 
396 
45i) 
38b 
372 
34j 



Dar to Far 



465 



Index 



Far to Gla 



FARNHORrH RICHARD A 396 

FARR CAROLE 372 

FARR GEOR&IANNE 419 

FARRtLL JACK CHARLES 373 

FARRELL JANICE MAY 419 

FARRER LINDA SUE 396 

FARTHING PAULINA E 419 

FATAM ZAKARIA YAHYA 396 

FAULKfcNHAM KAAREN A 419 

FAULKNER DARLA FAYE 419 

FAUTIN PAULINE 340 

FAWNS CAROL b 419 

FAWSON EVAN CURTIS 396 

FAWSON KENNETH DARWI 373 

FAY DOUGLAS JAMES 340 

FECHNER SUSAN ASHBY 396 

FEHER PAUL C K 419 

FEINAUER JOHN ALLAN 340 

FELIN PERTTI JOHAN E 419 

FELIX GORDON KAY 419 

FELSHAW C ELAINE 340 

FELSTED DARLENE RAE 373 

FELTS MARSHALL FRED 373 

FERKOVICH ARDITH I 396 

FERNANDES AFRA M 455 

FERREIRA MARY JEANNE 340 

FERRELL MARILYN KAY 419 

FERRIER WALLACE HALL 396 

FERRIN J DEANNE 396 

FERRIS ALLEN EUGENE 340 

FESER MARJORIE JOAN 396 

FtUZ ERICA 396 

FEWKES MONA RINEZ 340 

FIELDING GARTH FAY 340 

FIELDING KAREN 373 

FIELDING LAVINA 396 

FIELDING MAX HERMAN 396 

FIERO ANN 454 

FIFE MARCIA 419 

FIFE SUSAN CHRISTINE 388 

FILIPOFF LUDMILA 396 

FINCH JAMES EDWARD 396 

FINCH LAURA KAY 388 

FINCH PATRICIA J 420 

FINLAYSON LIZBETH AN 340 

FINLINSON KATHY 341 

FINLINSON ROSE ANN 373 

FINNEY CHERYL ANN 341 

FINNIGAN SUSAN JEAN 341 

FISH ELAINE 396 

FISH JEANNETTE P 341 

FISH LEON ELLIOT 373 

FISH MARLENE KAY 420 

FISHER DON LOWELL 420 

FISHER JAMES ROBERT 373 

FISHER JO LEY 420 

FISHER JOY MAY 420 

FISHER KAREN LEE 341 

FISHER NANCY JOYCE 373 

FITZGERALD GERALDINE 373 

FITZPATRICK DAVID W 341 

FITZPATRICK SHARON L 341 

FLAKE DENNIS DCN 396 

FLAKE LAWRENCE READ 420 

FLAKE NENA MAE 420 

FLAMM JOYCE 396 

FLEMING A FRED 341 

FLETCHER RENEE L 341 

FLETCHER ROBERT ALVI 420 

FLINDERS CHARLES S 341 

FLINDERS GAIL 341 

FLOOD GARY CHARLES 396 

FLOOD LARAINE 396 

FLORES CLARITA Y 341 

FLORES TERESA J 341 

FLOWERS DIANE 396 



FLOWERS MINNIE IRENE 373 FREI RALPH LLOYD 

FLOWERS RONALD C 341 FREISS HOWARD CHARLE 

FLOWERS SARAH L 420 FRENCH LtTTY L 

FLUHMAN JOHN ROGER 396 FKtlWELL KITA ANN 

FLYNN COLLEEN R 420 FRICKt MAKGOLEE 

FOCK H LINDA 420 FRODSHAM CAROL ANN 

FOELER ANN 420 FROST JEFFRY ROMEL 

FOGG LAURIE RICHARD 396 FROST SMITH GIBBONS 

FOLEY JAMES PATRICK 341 FROST TERESA 

FOLEY JANICE J 448 FRY GRA^4T REED 

FOLKERSEN SHIRLEY AN 455 FRY JOHN DOUGLAS 

FCOSt EUGENE RICHARD 341 FRY RAYMOND UANIEL 

FCOTE DERRELL RAY 450 FRYAR KAY PHYLLIS 

FOOTE GERALDINE KAY 341 FRYE RO.MALD WEST 

FCOTE MARGARET CAROL 341 FUCHIGAMl JAMES H 

FORBUSH PAULA DAWN 341 FUESTON CLAUDETTE J 

FORD CAROLYN JOYCE 373 FUGAL KRISTINA G 

FORD GERALD PENNY 420 FUHRIMAN SUSAN 

FURD KAREN DAWN 341 FUHRIMAN SUSAN JOY 

FORD LESTER BRUCE 395 FUKUOKA CHRIS TADAO 

FORD ROBERT CALVIN 420 FULLER CAROLYN IRENE 

FORD SUSAN NATALIE 373 FULLER LEON HUNT 

FORDHAM DOROTHY S 420 FULLER SUSAN PAULINE 

FOREMAN MARILYN K 341 FULLMER BONNIE E 

FORREST WILLIAM S 341 FULLMER FRANK J 

FORRESTER BOB LEDAIN 396 FULLMER LYNDA K 

FORSBERG ROBERT JOHN 396 FULLMER RUSSELL P 

FORSGREN GERALD BREN 420 FUNK ALAN VERL 

FORSSELL FRANCES JEA 341 FUNK CRAIG 

FORSTER JON ROBERT 396 FUNK MONA LAVON 

FORSYTH MARILEE 341 FUNK SANNA RAE 

FORSYTHE JEANNETTE B 341 FURNESS MARTHA JEAN 

FORSYTHE LANCE LEE 388 

FORTNEY CARON DONNA 420 

FOSSE JOHN ARLY 341 

FOSSE JOHN CARL 373 

FOSSUM JOHN H JR 341 

FOSTER CELIA ANN 373 GABBOTT 

FOSTER KAREN LILAS 341 GABY LE 

FOSTER SHARON 341 GADD GA 

FOULGER ANNE 341 GAILEY 

FOULK BENJAMIN L 420 GAINES 

FOULK JULIA 455 GALBRAI 

FOUTZ JERRY WAYNE 341 GALBRAI 

FOUTZ KELSEY JOSEPH 341 GALBRAI 

FOUTZ LINDA 396 GALE KE 

FOWKES RANDY JAMES 396 GALLACH 

FOWLER ANTOINETTE 373 GALLAGH 

FOwLER FRANKLIN D 396 GALLOWA 

FOWLcR MICHELE 341 , 396 GAMMELL 

FOX ANNETTE 341 GAMMELL 

FOX CONNIE MAE 373 GAMMON 

FUX JAMES R 373 GANO BA 

FOX MARSHA L 420 GARDINE 

FRANCIS CYLESTA £ 420 GARDINE 

FRANCIS JOSEPH ALLEN 396 GARDNER 

FRANCOM JULIE 341 GARDNER 

FRANCOM KAREN LYNNE 341 GARDNER 

FRANOSEN DIANE 341 GARDNER 

FRANOSEN JOAN 420 GARDNER 

FRANOSEN RONALD M 365 GARDNER 

FRANKLIN IRENE LOREE 396 GARDNER 

FRANKLIN NANCY SUE 373 GARDNER 

FRANKLIN NICHOLAS W 341 bARDNER 

FRANKLIN OLIVIA 341 GARDNER 

FRANKS LYNN W 396 GARDNER 

FRANZ ANNEVA BURTON 396 GARDNER 

FRAZIER JAMES SIDNEY 341 GARDNER 

FRAZIER KAREN RUTH 341 GARDNER 

FREDERICK DAViD M 373 GARDNER 

FREE HELEN LARAE 396 GARDNER 

FREEMAN JR JOSEPH C 341 GARDNER 

FREEMAN KAYE 373 bARDNER 

FREEMAN ROGER DAVID 373 GARDNER 

FREESTONE JOHN VICTO 396 GARDNER 

FREHNER CLYDE RANDAL 373 GARDNER 



CHERYL LEA 
WIS P II 

LEN NOEL 
CATHERINE SUE 
GLORIA J 

th bruce h 
th bruce john 
th carol jean 
nneth raymond 
er jerold i 
er roland t 

Y ARLETA 

DIANE 

ELIZABETH AN 
LINDA EDNA 
RBARA JEAN 
R KENT HOLET 
R PAULA ANN 

ANDREW ROYAL 

DAVID MARSH 

DIANE 

ERMA NORENE 

GENE MATT 

GENEAL 

HELEN E 

HENRY WAYNE 

JANET 

JOHN NORMAN 

JUDITH LYNN 

KAREN M 

KATHLEEN 

KEITH LEROY 

LAUNA KAY 

LEVIER HENRY 

LOIS JEAN 

MARGARET 

MARGARET ANN 

MARY ANN 

MICHAEL E 



396 
341 
420 
341 
341 
396 
341 
386 
396 
341 
42U 
373 
34 1 
341 
42U 
420 
383 
341 
341 
396 
373 
420 
341 
396 
396 
341 
341 
341 
373 
3/3 
341 
341 



373 
373 
421 
373 
421 
373 
373 
421 
373 
373 
396 
341 
373 
373 
341 
421 
341 
388 
421 
396 
341 
373 
341 
341 
396 
421 
342 
342 
396 
421 
34i 
373 
396 
373 
39fa 
397 
365 
342 
342 



GARDNER RANJDELL F 342 
GARDNER ROBERT <lNT 34^ 
GARDNER SHARON LOUIS 342 
GARDNER ZUE ANN 373 
jAKRETI JOHN. V JK 397 
:,ARRtTT MARIE 342 

oARkcTT PATRICIA VEL 421 
GARRICK KEITH DENNIS 173 
GARRITY EDrtARD A 421 
;,ARTHWA1TE EDITH DAi. 342 
GARVIN GRDVER 421 

GASKILL LINDA ANN 3/3 
GAIES CAROL \^ERjNA 373 
GATHCRLUAL CLAUDIA M 34<d 
bATHERCUAL GLORIA AN 421 
GEDDtS RALPH WORLEY 342 
GEE HELEN 373 

^EIuER ALICE JEAN 342 
GELDMACHER DAVID LEE 373 
GENET DONALD KKEGEAK 455 
GENTRY GEORGE ALBERT 342 
GEORGE RICHARD tLDu\ 342 
GEuRGE ROBERT GORDON 373 
GEORGIA MARLEN JEROM 421 
GERBER A GRANT 3/3 
GEKHARl ANNL LANEY 421 
GERHARI PHIL C 421 
GtRISCltEK VAL ROr 3/3 
GERMER COLLEEN 421 
GcRRITSEN JOHN A 342 
GERISCH LYLE RAY 342 
GERTSCH PAJL LArtRENC 373 
GESSEL JANELLE ELAIN 342 
GHO PINO MARIO 342 
GIAUGUE ROBERT HUGHE 3/3 
GIAUUUE GERALD STONE 397 
GIBB CAROLYN 421 

GIBB DAVID R 421 

GiBb MICHAEL RAE 342 
GIBB VICTOR NOLAN 397 
GIBBONS GEORGE lDWAR 421 
GIBBONS LELANO BRUCE 421 
GIBBONS TEDDIE E 373 
GIBBS RICHARD wESLEY 373 
GI6BY JR ADRIAN REED 397 
GIBSON NANCY 421 

GIERISCH MARIE 397 
GIERISCH RONALD ALLA 342 
GILBERT NAOMI 342 

GILBERT PAUL 342 

GILBERT ROSALIE 342 
GILBERT wiLLARD A I I 342 
GILES JOSEPH FRED 373 
GILES JR JOHN REID 455 
GILES REBECCA LfNN 373 
GILES STEPHEN MICHAE 342 
GILGEN DEBORAH 373 
GILL JOHN D 421 

GILL PAULINE ELAINE 397 
GILL RICHARD ARTHJR 421 
GILLESPIt OANIlL ALV 397 
GILLESPIE LEONARD kA 421 
GILLETTE GAY 365 

GILLIAM MCLAJRIN B J 39/ 
GILLIAM Vli/IAN JONEL 373 
GILLIE PAMELA LEE 342 
GILLILAND JANICE E 421 
GILLMOKfc DONALD A 3/3 
GILMAN CAROL BEVERLY 342 
GILMAN GARRY LYNNE 421 
GILMAN VIRGINIA ORR 422 
jILMuRE CATHtRINE 342 
GINN EDMUND C 39/ 

GINN WANDA K.AY 3/3 
GJEVRE DAWN MARIE 373 
GLADDEN HAROLD DONAL 342 



Far to Gla 



466 



Gla to Har 



Index 



GLADE CAROL LYNNE 397 
GLASSCOCK UIANA M 342 
GLASSETT DOROTHY 342 
GLASSHORD GUY C 397 
GLAZIER ELEANOR E 422 
GLEASON LESLIt LOUIS 342 
GLENN HAROLD STEPHEN 373 
GLENN WAYNE HCLTON 342 
GLINES FREDERICK n 422 
GLOVER JOHN PERRY 342 
GLOVER LADAV.N 342 

GLOVER LEROY LENNIS 422 
GLOVER MAUVEEN P 342 
GLOVKA SHERYL LYNN 342 
GOAD RAYMOND JR 397 
GOATES LAMAR P 422 
GOATES R LOUISE 397 
6QBLE CAROL ELAINE 342 
GOBLb WILLIAM KENT 388 
GOCDARD JUDITH LOUIS 397 
GODFREY VALERIE JEAN 373 
GOFF BEATRICE M 422 
GOFF SANDRA LEE 342 
GOLD BRENDA KAREN 422 
GOLD CHERYL VIOLET 342 
GOLDEN MICHAEL J 397 
GOLDIN REBECCA SUE 373 
GOMEZ FERNANDO R 397 
GONSALVES GERALD P 397 
GONZALES MANUELITA J 342 
GONZALEZ GERMAN 455 
GONZALEZ RENE F 342 
GONZALEZ SANDRA V 455 
GOOD JUDITH ANN 373 
GCODE JR FREDERICK W 422 
GOODELL MARY ANN 342 
GOODLIFFE GLADE P 397 
GOODMAN BEVERLY ANN 397 
GOODMAN ELAINE 397 
GOODMAN WILLIAM HARD 455 
GOODRICH BYRON CLARK 342 
GOODRICH MORRIS DEE 373 
GCOORICH RICHARD HAL 342 
GOODSELL KATHERINE L 342 
GOOOSELL STEVEN LEE 342 
GOODSELL VIRGINIA P 422 
GCODWIN GENE E 422 
GOODWIN MACY LYNNE 342 
GOODWIN NANCY 374 
GCODWORTH ^'ARIE 342 
GORDON CHARLENE E 342 
GORDON LURA LYNN 397 
GOSS ARLENE JANET 342 
GOSS RUTH PHYLLIS 374 
GOSS THOMAS L 422 
GOUGH JOAN 342 

GOULD WILLIAM RI JR 342 
GOULDING GARY EVAN 397 
GOULDING JAMES EVAN 397 
GOULDING LEE PAYSON 374 
GOWERS MARION RAY 422 
GOYENECHE GAIL D 342 
GRACE ANITA MARIE 342 
GRAEBER SUSAN GORDON 374 
GRAFF CHARLES TERRY 374 
GRAFF CONNIE 422 

GRAHAM ELLEN JOANE 342 
GRAHAM JG NELLE 397 
GRAHAM MAJOR WALLIS 342 
GRAHAM ROZALYNNE DEE 374 
GRAMPP LESLIE KAY 342 
GRANGE EDWARD VANCE 342 
GRANT CATHERINE JEAN 374 
GRANT GEORGE MICHAEL 342 
GRANT NANCY JEAN 342 
GRANT ROBERT LOTHAIR 388 



GRANT SUSAN NELL 374 

GRAVES ALBERT NEVIN 342 

GRAY ADA RUTH 397 

GRAY ANN HAZEL MARY 343 

GRAY ELLEN JEANENNE 374 

GRAY HELEN JO ANN 397 

GRAY LARRY ALAN 422 

GRAY SALLY 374 

GRAYBEAL JR RONNIE L 374 

GREAVES PATRICIA 374 

GREAVES PAUL RAND 374 

GREEN UIANNE HELEN 343 

GREEN EDWARD JAMES 374 

GREEN F RAY 422 

GREEN JON ALLEN 397 

GREEN JON DEAN 420 

GREEN LINDA K 422 

GREEN LOUISE K 400 

GREEN MARGIE 3 74 

GREEN PATSY SHARON 374 

GREEN TERESA R 407 

GREENBURG WILLIAM B 422 

GREENE ADDISON KENT 374 

GREENE FRANK GILBERT 397 

GREENE NANCY KAREN 397 

GREENHALGH F BLAINE 450 

GREENWOOD JULIA ANN 343 

GREENWOOD VICKY JILL 422 

GREER GILBERT N 343 

GREER PAUL ANTHONY 343 

GREGG SUSAN LYNN 343 

GREGORY GARALD REX 374 

GREGORY JANICE 343 

GREGORY MAHARY 450 

GRIFFIN JAMES ERMON 343 

GRIFFIN MARIAN HOLLY 374 

GRIFFIN MQLLIE KAYt 343 

GRIFFITH DENNIS A 422 

GRIFFITHS DERALYN KA 374 

GRIFFITHS ELIZABETH 397 

GRIFFITHS REX KING 374 

GRIGG GARY DONALD 343 

GRIGGS CHARLES W 397 

GRIGGS VAUGHN PRATT 374 

GROBERG ELIZABETH 374 

GROGAN KATHY JEAN 343 

GROGAN WILLIAM LLOYD 343 

GROOME DENNIS RAY 343 

GROSKI DANIEL FRANCI 397 

GROSS JEANNE EDITH 397 

GROSSCUP MARSHA JEAN 422 

GROTEGUT 6ERNIECE A 422 

GROVER MARYANNE 343 

GROVES ELLEN DIANE 343 

GROW KARLEEN DARUE 374 

GROW SONDRA REVA 374 

GRUBBS JERRY MACK 343 

GUBLER ANNETTE 343 

GUBLER PAMELA 374 

GUERRA LUIS S 386 

GUHIN CHERI 343 

GUINN THOMAS WILLIAM 397 

GULLEKSON GAIL E 374 

GUNDERSEN JANET D 422 

GUNN CYNTHIA 343 

GUNN MICHAL ANN 343 

GUNNELL G LEIGH 343 

GUNTHER LARRY LLOYD 422 

GUNTHER METTA MARIE 397 

GUNTHER MIRIAM 397 

GUTE JOHN P 374 

GUTHRIE LARRY ROSS 397 

GUYMON TRUDY MAXINE 397 

GUYMON VERNON MELVIN 422 

GWYNN LINDA ELIZABET 343 



H 



HAACKE DON PAUL 343 

HAACKE LANI PAUL 397 

HAAG AMY ROSANNt 407 

HAAG PAMELA JEAN 374 

HABEL DAVID HUGH 397 

HACKETT bARBARA JEAN 374 

HACKING GEORGE ALFRE 374 

HADDOCK GERALD RAY 397 

HADLEY KAREN 343 

HADLEY LINDA 343 

HADLEY NORMA JUNE 455 

HADLEY RAYMuND B 343 

HAGBERG CAROL GAY 423 

HAGGBERG LINUA LEE 423 

HAGGERTY DAVID L 423 

HAGGERTY LAWRENCE R 343 

HAIGHT MARIAN LOUISE 397 

HAIGHT MARJURIE ELLE 343 

HAKES LURtNE KAY 397 

HALE EDMUND LEE 343 

HALE MARILYN KAY 397 

HALE MARVA LUCILLE 343 

HALE RENEE 374 

HALE SALLY LEE 423 

HALE TANYA 37^ 

HALES CATHERINE 397 

HALES DAVID ALBERT 374 

HALES GEORGE NOEL 423 

HALcS JUNt MARIt 343 

HALES MARY ELLEN 374 

HALEY JOHNNY BEN 397 

HALL ALA.Ni ROGER 343 

HALL ALAN SCOTT 343,374 

HALL ALLEN LtLAND 343 

HALL AMY 343 

HALL BRENT CLYDE 343 

HALL CHARLENE RONNEL 374 

HALL DAWN 374 

HALL DOROTHY 423 

HALL LINDA JEAN 374 

HALL MARJORIE 374 

HALL MARY FRANCES 374 

HALL ORLENA CLARK 423 

HALL REED JAMES 343 

HALL ROBERT EVAN 374 

HALL RONALD WILLIAM 343 

HALL WILLIAM MARK 388 

HALLADAY CLARE A 374 

HALLAOAY SCUTT J 423 

HALLAM MARIE 343 

HALLS SUSANNE 397 

HALONEN ULLA MAIJA 343 

HALVERSON KAREN 343 

HAMBERGER RONALD LEE 423 

HAMILTON DAVID K 397 

HAMILTON HOWARD MACK 374 

HAMILTON LINDA LOUIS 374 

HAMILTON MICHAEL W 343 

HAMMOND JANET E 423 

HAMMOND JANICE KAY 374 

HAMMOND JOHN J 423 

HAMMOND KAREN LYNNE 397 

HAMMOND SHAUNA GAE 374 

HAMPTON VIRGINIA LEE 423 

HANASHEY ROBERT W M 343 

HANCOCK BARRY MORRIS 374 

HANCOCK CHARLES BREN 374 

HANCOCK DORENE 39? 

HANCOCK JAMtS L 343 

HANCOCK LAPREAL 397 

HANCOCK NICKIE RAL 397 

HAND PATRICIA M 374 



HANK CHERYL .-Ec 374 

HANKS BRENT DA,/ID 307 

HANKS JANICE 343 

HANKS MARIE 423 

Ht^HKS NANCY GLADYS 397 

HANNA DONAVfcR PURVIS 455 

HANNIG MARY tLIZABEf 423 

HANSEN BARBARA 397 

HANSEN BEVCRLY JEArJ 3/4 

HANSEN CHERt LUE 374 

HANSEN DARALYN i/tE 374 

HANSEN DAVID J 343 

HAnSEN UDUIjLAS DAVID 4^3 

HANSEN EILtEiM 397 

hansen garth m 455 

hansen gary boyu 343 

hai\sen Gloria 343 

hansen janeal j 3^3 

hansen jerri kay 343 

hansen john willis 341 

HAnSlN JOSEPH BRcNT 388 

HANSEN JUDITH 343 

HANSEN JUDITH KAY 423 

HANSEN KAREN MARIE 374 

HANSEN LINDA LuE 39/ 

HANSEN LYDIA M 423 

HANSEN LYNN H 456 

HANSEN MALCNE 343 

HANSEN MARbARET 39V 

HANSEN MARIt 374 

HANSEN MARK ANTHONY 374 

HANSEN NECIA DEE 343 

HANSEN NELS ARIHJR 397 

HANSEN PAMELA DEE 397 

HANSEN HAUL BRurJN 388 

HANSEN OUE SPENCER 4^3 

HANSEN RANDY E 374 

HANSEN RONALD DEAN 343 

HANSEN RJSSELL ERIC 343 

HANSEN STEPHEN L 397 

HANSEN WARREN DAVID 423 

HANSEN WAYNE COUi^ 398 

HANSON DONALD EJGENE 423 

HAnSON dun JA RAE 343 

HANSON JR IHOMAS E 450 

HANSUN LELIA ANN 393 

HANSON ROBERT ERVIN 374 

HANSUN SANDRA JEAN 398 

HANSON WENDELL REED 398 

hARAGUCHI WALLACE < 398 

HARBERTSON J KRISTEM 343 

HARBERfSON JUDITH AN 374 

HAROtSTY DAVID JOHN 398 

HARDING JUDY ANN 343 

HARDING NEIL ELDEN 423 

HARDMAl^l GEORGE DEE 343 

HARDY KAMILLIA C 343 

HARDY MARILYNNE GAYL 398 

HARDY MARYNNE J3Y 343 

HARDY ROBERT LEROY 374 

HARDY SHARON LEE 374 

HARKER GEORGE RJBERT 423 

HARKER JOHN RAY 423 

HARLINE DENNIS D 423 

HARLINE JR LLOYD A 343 

HARMER CHESTER V 398 

HARMON DORIS 3-^8 

HARMON GENE A 374 

HARMON LAWRENCt M 423 

HARMON SHARON MARIE 343 

HARULDSEN ANCEL DEi/J 398 

HARPER ARDITH K 398 

HARPER CHARLES C III 343 

HARPER MARY KAFHERIM 423 

HARPER MICHAEL R 375 

HARPOLD JUDITH ANNE 398 



Gla to Har 



467 



Index 



Har to Huf 



HARPOOL JANET MARIE 398 
hARR JAMES ViILLIAM 343 
HARRINGTON THOMAS R 343 
HARRIS ANNDRA LEE 375 
HARRIS CAROLYN 343 
HARRIS DALE 6 424 

HARRIS DARRYL WAYNE 398 
HARRIS DARtaIN LOREN 343 
HARRIS GAYLE C 343 
HARRIS JERRY STEVEN 344 
HARRIS JOANN 424 

HARRIS JOSEPH DOUGLA 344 
HARRIS KEITH REDDEN 344 
HARRIS LETHA ANN 344 
HARRIS LINDA MAE 455 
HARRIS MARILYN 344 
HARRIS MARK CHANDLER 344 
HARRIS MARLENE 344 
HARRIS ROGER LEE 344 
HARRIS SHARRON KAY 344 
HARRIS SHAUNA ELAINE 344 
HARRISON BART EVEARD 375 
HARRISON DESSIE Y 424 
HARRISON EVAN UEAN 375 
HARRISON FRANK DAVIS 344 
HARRISON HARLAN F 424 
HARRISON JUDY ANN 375 
HARRISON LYNDA 448 
HARRISON RAYMOND DAL 375 
HARRISON RICHARD VAN 344 
HARRISON SANDRA DEE 398 
HARROP CAROL ANN 398 
HARSHBERGER GERALD G 344 
HARSTON MARLENE 398 
HART BARBARA 375 

HART RICHARD RAYMOND 398 
HART SHERRY ELLYN 375 
HART TRAVIS RCSS 424 
HARTE SANDRA LOUISE 375 
HARTEN VALERIE LYNN 344 
HARTLEY BRYAN PAUL 424 
HARTMAN CAROL JOYCE 375 
HARVEY BRUCE DOUGLAS 398 
HARVEY JEANIE 344 

HARVEY THOMAS EDWARD 424 
HARWARD CHRISTINE J 375 
HASEK CONSTANCE S 424 
HAStK JOHN MORTON 455 
HASHTROUDI PARVIZ 424 
HASLAM LINDA L 424 
HASLETON RICHARD B 375 
HASSELL JANICt £ 344 
HASSELL JOYCE 344 

HASTINGS MAXINE 424 
HATCH ALAN LORENZO 344 
HATCH ANTHONY HERMAN 424 
HATCH BEULAH JANE 398 
HATCH FRED ROLAND 375 
HATCH MICHELLE 344 
HATCH PAUL CHARLES 344 
HATCH SEILA FERN 398 
HATCH STUART DONALD 388 
HATCH WILLIAM JAMES 375 
HATHAWAY DELBfcRT ELO 375 
HATHCOCK CAROLYN D 344 
HATLER RONALD 374 

HATTONWARD CHRISTINE 398 
HAUETER BARBARA 398 
HAUN SHARON SUE 344 
HAWKES BRENT B 344 
HAWKES GLENN LESLIE 375 
HAWKES JOHN DOUGLAS 455 
HAWKES MARILEE SUE 398 
HAWKES PATRICIA 375 
HAWKINS CYNTHIA ANN 424 
HAWKINS GARY REED 344 



HAWKINS GILBERT R 344 
HAhKINS JENNIFER JIL 398 
HAWKINS JOHN PALMER 344 
HAWKINS LOUISE 344 
HAWKINS PtGGY SUt 424 
HAWKINS WILLIAM G 375 
HAWS MARY SHARON 424 
HAWS SYLVIA CLAIRE 344 
HAYASHI GAIL I 424 
HAYCOCK SHARON ELAIN 344 
HAYES JUDITH CAROLIN 344 
HAYES KRISTA 375 

HAYES MARJORIE ANN 398 
HAYES NANCY ANN 375 
HAYLOR CHARLES 455 
HAYMORE GLORIA 375 
HLAPS BARBARA ANN 375 
HEAPS PEGGY ELLEN 375 
HEAPY RAYMOND J JR 455 
HEARD ROXSANN HAURIC 398 
HEATH PATRICE 344 

HEATH SHARON DAWN 398 
HEATH TEROLEE 344 

HEBERT ANITA ANN 344 
HtDBERG LEONARD LERO 375 
HEDENGREN DAVID CARL 375 
HEDENGREN JEAN A 424,448 
HEOQUIST STEVEN ALLA 398 
HEILNER ALAN JAMES 344 
HEINE BRITT LOUISE M 344 
HELD LOLA ANNA 375 
HELLEWELL LINDA SUt 398 
HELQUIST LARUE 398 
HEMPEL CAROLYN 375 
HEMSLEY A KARL 39b 
HENAGE LYLE FRED 344 
HENDERSON ALLAN w 375 
HENDERSON ANITA 375 
HENDERSON DARYL LEE 344 
HENDERSON ERNEST 344 
HENDERSON FRANCIS N 375 
HENDERSON GARY DEAN 424 
HENDERSON LEON C 344 
HENDERSON LUCINDA 344 
HENDERSON LYNNE 375 
HENDRICKS DONNA LEE 424 
HENDRICKS LLEWELLYN 424 
HENDRICKS MARY LOU 344 
HENDRICKSON BLAINE E 398 
HENDRICKSON SYLVIA 398 
HENInGER SUSAN 424 
HENKEL OMAR RULON 375 
HENLEY ROSEMARY E 398 
HENRIE KATHLEEN 398 
HENRIE MICHAEL 344 
HENRIKSON JR ORVEL W 375 
HENRY RICHARD FRANK 375 
HENSHAW CARL MITCHEL 375 
HEPFINGER PAMELLA RA 344 
HEPWORTH LADAWN 424 
HEPWORTH SUSAN 6 344 
HERBERT JANET TERRY 344 
HERENDEEN DENNIS L 398 
HEREIN LYNETTE 424 
HERMANSEN CAROL JEAN 344 
HERNANDEZ DELLA RUTH 424 
HERRICK JEANE RAE 375 
HERRICK KYLE LIAS 344 
HESELTON DORIS GERDA 424 
HESS EILEEN 398 

HESS JOHN JACKSON 398 
HESS KATHY LOUISE 344 
HESS NILA JEAN 344 
HESS RICHARD DAVID 344 
HESS STEVEN BRENT 424 
HETHERINGTON II T M 344 



HEYWOOO KUMEN LELAND 37b 

HIATT JOYCE 375 

HlATT LUJEAN 344 

HIATT STEPHEN REX 344 

HIATT TAMELA JEAN 344 

hIBBERT HOLT W 375 

HICK KAREN MAE 344 

HICKEN JANE 34t 

HlCKtN JOSEPH THOMAS 398 

MICKEN LINDA JANE 425 

HICKMAN DE ANN 425 

HICKS MARILYN 398 

HICKS SHARON CAROL 42 5 

HIGBEE KENNETH LEO 425 

HIG8EE LINDA ANN 344 

HIGGINS SANURA V 42a 

HlLUEBRAiMUr JANCILLE 375 

HILL ALICE EDITH 344 

HILL CAROLYN ROSE 425 

HILL CHARLES EUGENE 39d 

HILL DAi^lD JAMES 344 

HILL DAVID STEPHEN 344 

HILL GEORGE ANNE 344 

HILL GEORGIA LEE 344 

HILL HOWARD NILES II 344 

HILL JANET A 425 

HILL LARRY DEAN 425 

HILL LORtTTA 344 

HILL MARGARET 344 

HILL MARY BETH 375 

HILL NORMA KAY 398 

HIlL ROSEMARY 398 

HILL SHERRY L 425 

HILL TIMOTHY HARLAND 344 

HILL wILMA LOUISE 344 

hlLLARD DENNIS LLOYD 344 

HILLIER KATHLEEN RUT 375 

HILLS DARLENE DIAimE 345 

HILMO WALTER JACK 398 

HILTON KATHLEEN 345 

HILTON KENNETH CLYDE 375 

HILTON PATSY CAROLE 39b 

HINCKLEY ELDUN KENT 375 

HINKLE ROBERT ALAN 398 

HINMAN PAUL VICTOR 345 

HINTuN CAROL 398 

HIRSCHI GUINETTE 396 

HIRST LINDA JANET 345 

HJORTH ELDON A 345 

HO ANNA oRACE 345 

HD SHAG CHUNG JOHNNY 45G 

HO WILSON KEKOA 39a 

HOAG SUNNY DAKLENE 345 

HOBBY EDwARD EARLE 425 

HODGE CARMA DOREEi^i 345 

HODGE MARY MARGARET 345 

HODGKINS EARL W III 398 

HUDSON ZOLA MARIE 345 

HOEM DEANN 345 

HOEN JEAN MARIE 345 

HOFF J3YANNA MARGARE 375 

HUFFMAN DIANE EVELYN 37b 

HUFFMAN MARY J 42 5 

hOGGAN DAVID LYNN 375 

HOGGE RALPH LOUIS 398 

HOKE IRMA MARY 345 

HOKE SHERRY LYNN 375 

HOLBROOK VICKI LOUIS 375 

HOLLADAY GERALD 6 398 

HULLAOAY KAREN 345 

HOLLADAY PATRICIA 398 

HOLLAND PAMELA SUE 345 

HOLLAND REBECCA A 345 

HOLLAND SONJA JEAN 345 

HOLLINGWOKTH ANN 345 

HOLLINGWORTh brent £ 450 



HOLLISTER BRIAN G 39tJ 

hOLLOWAY DONALD 345 

HDLMAN MARIAm 425 

HOLMES FARRtLL CDwAR 375 

HOLMES GEORGE PRICE 375 

HOLMtS HtLEN PATRICl 425 

rlOLSINGER DONAi.0 B 425 

HOLT JANE 4^5 

HOLT L BAY^ES 345 

HOlT RJIH EaTES 375 

HOLT THOMAS ALBE-<r 455 

hOlT whIT nALTt^ 3 ?5 

HOLTOM UAVfc J 375 

hOLTY CAROL L 425 

HOLYOAK ROBERT STEVE 345 

HULYOAK RULO.^ MERLE 425 

HOLZINGER UUNNA JEAN 375 

HOMER CLEA LEE 345 

HOMER GLAY ALLEN 375 

^^O^.l.K JULIE 345 

HOMER MARCIA LYNNE 375 

MUMER NANCY RUTH 398 

HOMER NINA MIDuE 343 

HONL ALTON LEROY 425 

HOOU RUbIN ELIZABETH 345 

HUuPES CHERYL RJTH 375 

HOCPES DAVID CRAIG 398 

HOuPlS KATHkYN MARIl 373 

HOOPES SHAuNA RAE 345 

HOOVER ISLA MARY 398 

HOPE RENE CARL 425 

HOPc VArNITA FAY 398 

HOPKINS BRjCE D 425 

HOPKINS JEANNE MARY 398 

HORNBERGER GILBERT G 375 

MORSLEY JOHN Charles 345 

rtORTON RU6YNE LEE 345 

MOSCH SJSAN 425 

hOSKINS SALLY JANE 345 

HOUSEHOLDER MARGRET 345 

HOUSEKEEPER ARLEN S 345 

HOJSSIAN PAMELA N 425 

HOUSTON LORRAInE 425 

HOUSTON ROBERT JAMtS 375 

HOjSrON SHARON A 345 

HOvIER flILLlAM dvAN 375 

HOkARD BUN.mY Sue 425 

HOWARD GARY RANDALL 375 

HOhARO CHARJ3TE C00< 425 

HOWARD GLEN LEJN 42b 

HOhARD JOHN WALLACE 375 

HOWARD gUlLDcN DON 450 

HOrrARD TANYJ gUINN 345 

HOwLROFT ROBERT i<.ENT 345 

hOwlLL BONNIE JEAN 407 

HOhELL CECELIA ANNE 345 

HObELL MICHAEL F 345 

HOoELL SANDRA JEAN 398 

HOwELLS MARCIA 375 

HOxSEY JENNIFER ANNE 345 

rtOYBJERG ELISABETH 345 

HOYT JUDITH MADELINE 345 

HSU PU CHOJ 398 

HUBBARD EVtLYN 345 

HUbER CLARE A 398 

HUBER JOHN RICHARD 375 

HULH DANIEL RAYMOND 345 

HUDSON kATHY 345 

HUFF BEVERLY ARLINE 399 

HUFF CRAIG wAYLAND 426 

MUFF JACLiUELYN KAY 426 

HUFF JANINt MARIE 375 

HUFF JUAN K 426 

HUFF MARY LYNN 375 

HUFFAKtR JOHNNIE L 345 

HUFFMAN KENNETH LEE 345 



Har to Huf 



468 



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Index 



HUGGINS GEORGIA CARO 345 

HUGHES DONALD LERCY hZb 

HUGHES eiLEElM LOUISE 345 

HUGHES GLENNA RAE 345 

HUGHES JOSEPH KENT 399 

HUGHES ROBERT REED 375 

HUGHES RONALD DEE 426 

HUISH DIANA LtIGH 345 

HULL WILLIAM THOMAS 345 

HULSE DANIEL LYNN 345 

HUMBERSTGNE BRUCE E 426 

HUMBERSTONE DENNIS L 375 

HUMBLE CHARLES DERRE 345 

HUMBLE CLOIC JAY 376 

HUMBLE VAL DEAN 399 

HUMMEL JOAN 376 

HUMPHREY ANTOINETTE 345 

HUMPHREY CAROL LEE 345 

HUMPHRIES JANICE S 345 

HUMPHRIES RONALD GLE 376 

HUNDLEY EVELYN E 345 

HUNLEY BEVERLY YVONN 426 

HUNSAKER CAMILLA 345 

HUNSAKER WILLIAM N 345 

HUNT CATHERINE 345 

HUNT CECIL ELTON 345 

HUNT LLARA MARIE 399 

HUNT LARRY RICHARD 376 

HUNT LINDA LUt 376 

HUNT TERRELL EVAN 345 

HUNT TERRENCE ALLEN 345 

HUNTAMtR KATHRYN L 345 

HUNTER ALISON 426 

HUNTER DIANA RUTH 376 
HUNTER JILL CATHERIN 345 

HUNTER LINDA 399 
HUNTER RICHARD KELLY 376 

HUNTTING LLOYD C 426 

HUNTZINGER RALPH L 346 

HLNTZINGER RONALD J 456 

HUPE KAREN LOUISE 346 

HURN CAROL ANN 376 

HURST MARILYN 346 

HUST SHERRY EVELYN 376 
HUTCHCRAFT SANDRA SU 399 

HUTCHINGS BARBARA A 426 

HUTCHINGS BRENT R 376 

HUTCHINGS DAVID L 376 

HUTCHINGS LOREE 426 

HUTCHINGS SHARON 346 

HUTCHINS ROBERT C 346 

HUTCHINSON HOWARD L 426 

HUTCHINSON RAY 376 
HUXTABLE HUGH MATIER 376 
HYATT MARGARET SUSAN 426 

HYDE BETTY FREDA 376 

HYDE BEVERLY JEAN 376 

HYDE JEFFERY H 346 

HYER DAVID LAEL 399 

HYMAS DALE WHITNEY 346 



ICKES RODNEY DENNIS 426 

IDICULLA MLTTANIYIL 456 

ILER SUSAN MARIE 346 

INGEBRIGTSEN SYLVI V 346 

INGtRMANSON LEONARD 376 

INGOLD DWAYNE ELMER 426 

INGRAM AILEEN 426 

INGRAM BARBARA JEAN 399 

INGRAM LINDA MARIt 346 

INOUYE RONALD N 426 

IRONS JANET CLARA 346 



IRVINE JAMES RICHARD 456 
ISDN MARILYN ELAINE 346 
IVERSON BOYD M 426 



I 



JACKMAN ARTHUR ROLAN 426 

JACKSON BARBARA 376 

JACKSON ELIZABETH A 346 

JACKSON KATHY M 346 

JACKSON MARVIN NEAL 399 

JACKSON RICHARD LYLE 346 

JACKSON RODNEY WESTO 346 

JACOB IRVIN HALL 346 

JACOB JANET EILEEN 346 

JACOB RUTH 346 

JACOBS ANN 456 

JACOBS BETTY ANN 376 

JACOBS JANET CLAIRE 376 

JACOBS JUDITH ANN 426 

JACOBS RICHARD WEST 456 

JACOBS SHANNA DEAN 346 

JACOBSEN BART D 426 

JAC06SEN BRENT NEIL 346 

JACOBSEN JULENfc 346 

JACOBSEN SUSAN A 426 

JACOBSEN SUSAN LIN 376 

JACOBSON CAROELL K 399 

JACOBSON CHERYL 426 

JACOBSON FREDERICK G 376 

JAMES CONNIE YVETTE 346, 

JAMES CYNTHIA JEAN 346 

JAMISON SHERYL LEE 399 

JANES CLYDE ARTHUR 399 

JANES KAREN 426 

JANSE JULIE ANN 346 

JARVIS DONALD EMER 450 

JARVIS DONALD KARL 456 

JARVIS DONALD WAYNE 376 

JARVIS JESSE SELVOY 426 

JARVIS MAXINE 376 

JARVIS REED KILLPACK 346 

JAYNES VICKI ANN 376 

JEFFERIES CHRIS L 427 

JEFFERY CAROL ANN 399 

JEFFERY RONDO NELDEN 456 

JEFFS JOHN PAUL 346 

JENKINS CLARK HOLT 245 

JENKINS DENNIS REN 399 

JENKINS MARYLINDA 376 

JENKINS MONTtL R 346 
JENKINS RICHARD LYNN 456 

JENSEN ALAN ROSS 346 

JENSEN ALAN WILLIAM 399 

JENSEN BARBARA 427 
JENSEN CHERYL CORINN 399 

3 76 



JENSEN 


LINDA EDITH 


427 


JENSEN 


LINDA RAE 


376 


JENSEN 


MARCIA JEAN 


399 


JENSEN 


MARILYN 


427 


JENSEN 


MARJORIE L 


346 


JENSEN 


MARY CAMILLE 


346 


JENSEN 


MARY LYNN 


376 


JENSEN 


NOLA ANN 


346 


JENSEN 


RONALU RAY 


34b 


JENSEN 


RUTH 


376 


JENSEN 


SANDI 


376 


JENSEN 


SANDRA 


427 


JENSEN 


SHARILYN H 


399 


JENSEN 


SHARON ANN 


399 


JENSEN 


STACCIE 


376 


JENSEN 


STANLEY DON 


399 


JENSEN 


STEPHEN LLOYD 


346 


JENSEN 


SUSAN 


427 


JENSEN 


SUSAN LYNN 


346 


JENSEN 


VtARL MARTIN 


427 


JENSEN 


WARREN C JR 


376 


JENSON 


CONNIE JEANNE 


346 


JENSON 


OEAN RULUN 


346 


JENSON 


KATHLEEN C 


399 


JENSON 


LUANNE 


346 



JENSEN DIANE 
JENSEN DIANE 
JENSEN DIANN E 



JENSEN CONSTANCE 
JENSEN DEANNA LORETT 399 

346 
346 
399 

JENSEN DIANNE R 399 
JENSEN DOUGLAS VANCE 399 
JENSEN GAYLE 346 

JENSEN JAMES A 427 
JENSEN JOHN B 427 
JENSEN JOHN JAY 346 
JENSEN JOYLENE 376 
JENSEN KAREN E 346 
JENSEN KAREN LYNN 427 
JENSEN KATHLEEN C 346 
JENSEN KEITH STEWART 399 
JENSEN KELLY LANCE 346 
JENSEN LINDA ANN 376 



JENSON RAYMOND GRANT 346 
JEPPESEN MARVIN KENT 399 
JEPPSEN LINDA RAE 427 
jEPSON KATHLEEN RAE 346 
JERNIGAN MARQUERITE 
JLSKE DEAN FRANK 
JEWELL DARLENE LEE 
365 JEWELL JAMES J 
JEX JERRY L 
JEX KENT TUTTLE 
JEX MARILYN 
JIACOLETTI PHYLETTA 
JOHANSEN ARTHUR W 
JOHN FAIRLENE 
JOHNS ARTHUR PHILLIP 376 
JOHNS JACUUELYNN LEE 346 
JOHNS MARTHA LEE 
JOHNS SALLY ANN 
JOHNSEN ANNE LISE 
JOHNSON ALLDNA KAE 
JOHNSON BARBARA ANN 
JOHNSON 6ERTIL INGE 
JOHNSON BEVERLY E 
JOHNSOM CLARENCE E 
JOHNSON CURTIS DALE 
JOHNSON DAVID CLINTO 376 
JOHNSON DAVID ROBERT 346 
JOHNSON DAVID S 
JOHNSON DEANNA JEAN 
JOHNSON UIANNE 
JOHNSON DONALD LOY 
JOHNSON E KIM 
JOHNSON ELAINE KAY 
JOHNSON FAYE ANN 
JOHNSON FRANCIS BREN 399 
JOHNSON GEORGE BRENT 347 

juhimSOn gloria J t 

JOHNSON HOLLY R B 



34b 
399 
376 
427 
346 
346 
346 
346 
376 
346 



346 
399 
399 
346 
346 
376 
346 
427 
346 



34fa 
34b 
376 
427 
376 
346 
347 



427 
347 

JOHNSON INGER MARGRE 347 

JOHNSON JAMES KAY 399 

JOHNSON JAMES RUSSEL 347 

JOHNSON JAMES SYME 399 

JOHNSON JANICE M 347 

JOHNSON JEAN REBECCA 347 

JOHNSON JOAN EVALINE 347 

JOHNSON JOSEPH EDWAR 347 

JOHNSON JUDITH ANN 347 

JOHNSON KARIN 347 

JOHNSON KtNNETH LEE 376 

JOHNSON KIM6ER GORDO 450 

JOHNSON LA NEA FAE 399 



JOHNSON LARAINE 376 

JOHNSON LILLIAN 399 

JOHNSON LINDA lOJISL 347 

JOHNSON LINETTE 347 

JOHNSON LOWELL RALPH 399 

JOHNSON MARK VON 347 

JOHNSON MARY LOJ 347 

JOHNSON MILTON K.EITH 427 

JOHNSON MYRNA 399 

JOHNSON NANCY LEE 427 

JOHNSON NOLL MYRON 427 

JOHNSON PAMELA 427 

JOHNSON PAMELA JD 376 

JOHNSON PATi^ICIA 376 

JOHNSON PAUL MELVIN 347 

JOHNSON PENNY 427 

JOriNSO.M RAYMOND HER"( 347 

JOHNSON REYNOLD <CST 427 

JOHNSON RICHARD X 427 

JOHNSON ROBERT W 376 

JOHNSON RODNEY ELLIS 347 

JOHNSON RUTH ANN 347 

JOHNSON SHIRLEY MAY 347 

JOHNSON STANLEY ERIC 427 

JOHNSON STEPHANIE M 399 

JOHNSON SUE ANiM 347 

JOHNSON SUSAN MABEL 3/6 

JOHNSON SUSANNt 376 

JOHNSON TRELVA A 42/ 

JOHNSON VALANEE L 399 

JOHNSTON CALVIM NEAL 347 

JOHNSTON DAVID BRIAN 37b 

JOHNSTON KEREN 347 

JOHNSTON MARY JANE 3S9 

JOHNSTON NORMAN PAUL 399 

JOHNSTON RICHARD WM 399 

JOHNSTON WILLIAM J 42b 

JOLLEY GLORIA GAY 376 

JOLLEY JOELYNN 376 

JOLLtY KATHLEEN 376 

JOLLEY ROBERT G3RDDM 376 

JOLLEY VERNON FERRIL 399 

JONES ANN ELIZABETH 347 

jones bernice jean 42a 

JONES BEVERLY KAlT 347 

JUNES BRENT M 347 

JONES CARL RICHARD 347 
JONES CAROL MARGARET 37b 

JONES CATHIE RAE 428 

JO>\ES COLLINS ORUCE 347 
JONES DAVID HliviCKLEY 347 

JONES DAWN A^DREf^E 426 
JONES OAWNA L TAYLOR 428 

JONES DELORES A 428 

JONES DONALD RAY 347 

jONES DONNA LUCILLE 347 

JONES ELAINE 37b 

JONES HOWARD LEON 347 

JONES JENNIFER 347 

JONES JENYCE 347 

JONES KATHY SUE 447 

JONES LADD M 347 

JUNES LARHEA 347 

JONtS LEON VERNON 376 

JONES LIimDA JEAN 399 

JONES LOLA 399 
JONES MARDOMNE SYLVI 428 

JONES MARJORIE 428 

JONES MARSHA 347 

JONES MARY ANN 347 

JONES MAX ELDO.M 399 

JONES MIRIAM PAMELA 37b 

JOiMLS MYRNA ANN 376 

JONES MYRON DEE 347 

JONES PAMELA GAYLE 376 

JONES RAY CLWOOD 347 



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469 



Index 



JONES RUEL EDh 
JONES RUTH MAY 
JONES SAMELLYN 
JONES SIERRA S 
JONES THOMAS F 
JONES WYNNETTE 
JORDAN GILBERT 
JORDAN JULIE G 
JORGENSEN BRUC 
JORGENSEN JEAN 
JORGENSEN RENA 
JORGENSEN ROSA 
JOY DIANNE MAR 
JUBECK WILBUR 
JUDO JULIETTE 
JUDD KATHLEEN 
JUDD LORRAINE 
JUDO SANDRA LE 
JUOSON KATHLEE 
JULIAN JULENE 
JURETICH DONNA 
JUSTIS RICHARD 



Jon to Lee 



IN 


428 




399 


C 


376 


U£ 


347 


RANKLI 


347 


L 


376 


FRED 


428 


ALCVIC 


376 


E WAYN 


347 


INE 


399 


RAE 


376 


LIE 


428 


IE 


347 


ALLEN 


347 




399 




428 


MARY 


347 


E 


347 


N T 


347 




347 


DIANE 


347 


ALAN 


399 



K 



KADEL JUDITH KAY 347 

KAMPSULA KAREN ANN 399 

KANNIAINEN SANDRA J 376 

KANO KUNIO 347 

KAO CHENG PAI 450 

KAONA HENRY HOOKAAKU 428 

KAPP ANNETTE 376 

KARREN CLEAO B 428 

KARTCHNER NANCY CHLO 347 

KASSOw ROBERT SCOTT 347 

KAUER ROSA EILEEN 399 

KEAMO MYRNA LANI 347 

KEARL CATHERINE ANN 399 

KEARSLEY RICHARD I 347 

KbAWEKANE SOLOMON K 428 

KECK JUDITH LYNN 347 

KEDDINGTON RAMAH H 245 

KEODINGTON SUSAN A 428 

KEELER LARRY RICHARD 428 

KEELER PAUL DOUGLAS 399 

KEELEY SHARON KAY 376 

KEHLENBRINK KATHLYN 347 

KEITH JAMES RONALD 399 

KEKUMONO DAVID L JR 399 

KELL JOYCE BEVERLY 376 

KELLEY ROBERT ALLEN 399 

KELLOGG DENNIS IRWIN 399 

KELLOGG STEVEN RALPH 377 

KELLOGG WILLIAM GUIL 377 

KELLS LILLIAN M 347 

KELLUM CHERYL CARLEE 347 

KELLY ARTHUR MERRILL 347 

KELLY DORIS ANNA 347 

KELLY JAMES PATRICK 428 

KELLY KATHLEEN 399 

KELLY LARRY PAT 428 

KELLY PAUL RHEAO 347 

KELLY RUTH 347 

KELLY SANDRA DARLENE 347 

KELSEY MICHAEL ROLAN 399 

KEMP GLORIA 347 

KtMPTCN BRENDA PEARL 428 

KEMPTQN KAY HOWARD 377 

KENASTON LINDA SUE 377 

KENDALL KEITH ALAN 347 

KENDELL VAL WALLACE 377 

KENNARD CAROLYN 428 

KENNEDY PATRICK 428 

KENNEDY WARREN KIRT 399 



KENNELLY MICHAEL J 
KENNER BRUCE BELL 
KENNETT SCOTT WILLIA 
KENNEWELL PAULENE J 
KENT DAVID LEROY 
KENT SYDNEY MAUGHAN 
KENWORTHY SHEILA ANN 
KERN DONNA LOU 
KERR CLIFFORD DEAN 
KERR GARY RICKS 
KtRR LONNIE JOSEPH 
KERSHAW SAM HENRY 
KERSHAW SUZANNE INEZ 
KERTTULA REINO OLAVI 
KESSINGER LARRY E 
KEST DAVID LAURENCE 
KEST DIANA RUTH 
KEYSER DENNIS LEROY 
KIEFNER JUDITH P 
KIEFT CAROLYN MAY 
KILLION JONELL 
KIM EYO DAE 
KIM HO MIN 
KIM HUEN SOO 
KIM PYUNG HO 
KIMBALL DAVID GOLDEN 
KIMBALL LELA DEE 
KING CORLIfc ANN 
KING DENNIS DUANE 
KING DENNIS VOLNtY 
KING ILINA 
KING JANETH 
KING PENNY LYNN 
KING ROBERT RAY 
KING RONALD WILLIAM 
KING TED STEWART 
KING WAYNE TAYLOR 
KINGDON JOCELYN 
KINGHORN KEITH F 
KINGSFORD CHERYL 
KINGSLEY PATRICIA LE 
KINIMAKA JR JAMES L 
KINMAN THOMAS L 
KINNAIRD BERENICE 
KINNEY JUDITH MARLEN 
KINSMAN III LEO LYNN 
KIRK GENE CONRAD 
KIRK ROBERT WARREN 
KIRKHAM CRAIG B 
KIRKHAM ROBERT C 
KIRKLAND HEBER D 
KISER BARBARA JEAN 
KISER MARYANNE E 
KISSH HELEN LAURA 
KITANO CHIHGKO 
KITCHEN CAROL FERN 
KITTINGER LYNN DAVIS 
KLEIN INGRID ELSIE 
KLEIN PENNY CHKISTIN 
KLEMM CHRISTINE 
KLEMM GERALDINE 
KLENK LAWRENCE DAVID 
KLINGLER CHERYL LYNN 
KLINGLER SHARI HELEN 
KLLEBITZ HERMAN 
KNAPP BARBARA JOANN 
KNAPP CHRISTA 
KNAPP GEORGE MASON 
KNAPP SHEILA LYNN 
KNECHT WAYNE H 
KNIGHT ELDON LA VELL 
KNIGHT ELIZABETH ANN 
KNIGHT KARMA 
KNIGHT NEWEL BRYCE 
KNIGHT SHAUNA LEE 
KNIGHT SHEILA GAYE 



428 


KNIGHT WAYNE ALLEN 


348 


LARSEN 


ALICE 


377 


450 


KNOWLDEN ALBERTA P 


377 


LARSEN 


CAROLE LYNN 


433 


347 


KNOWLES BRUCE HOWARD 


34d 


LARSEN 


DEON 


377 


377 


KNUDSEN GARY LE ROY 


377 


LARSEN 


GEORGIA ELGA 


456 


399 


KNUDSEN RUNALD LEWIS 


400 


LAKStN 


GLEN D 


377 


428 


KOCH RICHARD ALLEN 


348 


LARSEN 


HENRY F 


430 


377 


KOCHERHANS CAROL 


377 


LARSEN 


JANET 


34b 


428 


KOGAN FREDERICK J 


377 


LARSEN 


JUDITH ANME 


377 


377 


KQMM GARY FOWLER 


40U 


LARSEN 


JULIA C 


348 


399 


KONCURAT PIERRE J 


429 


LARSEN 


KEITH GEORGE 


450 


347 


KORB LOUISE GAIL 


377 


LAKScN 


KtLLI Ot^lISE 


365 


377 


KUTAHALIAN MARIAM 


40U 


LARSEN 


LACEY LEILANI 


4Uv) 


347 


KOTTER ROGER DOUGLAS 


348 


LARSEN 


LARRY JAMES 


34B 


348 


KOUDELKA JOSEPH J II 


377 


LARSEN 


LINDA LuJISL 


348 


348 


KOUDELKA JUDY 


377 


LARSEN 


MYRNA JEANNE 


348 


399 


KOWALLIS CAROL 


448 


LARSEN 


WALTER LEE 


34S 


399 


KOWALLIS PAMALA 


400 


LARSON 


DAVID WAYfJE 


429 


399 


KOWALLIS Y0Ni>4A MARIE 


348 


LARSON 


DOLORES BAGE 


400 


377 


KOWALSKI KATHIE A 


400 


LARSON 


GORDON KAY 


377 


377 


KRATZER DAVID S 


348 


LARSON 


JANET 


34B 


348 


KRAUSE ROBERT LEE 


377 


LARSON 


JANIS 


346 


456 


KRESS GAYLENE 


348 


LARSON 


JON WALLACE 


400 


456 


KRESS MARGENE 


377 


LARSON 


LYNETT ROBYN 


348 


348 


KRONMILLER PATRICK W 


377 


LARSON 


MARILYN 


377 


456 


KUNG MING HI 


429 


LARSON 


SUSAN 


348 


428 


KUNIC IVAiM NEMECEK 


377 


LARSON 


SUSAN 


40U 


377 


KUNKEL MAEVA 


377 


LARSON 


SJSAN KAY 


429 


348 


KUNZ AROYS 


400 


LASSON 


ROBERT EJGENE 


400 


348 


KUNZ THELMA 


454 


LATHAM 


PAMELA 


348 


348 


KUTSCH LINDA LAVON 


400 


LAIHAM 


RICHARD JOHN 


377 


429 


KWAN CHEUNG WAN JOHN 


429 


LATHAM 


SAUNDRA JEAN 


348 


399 


KYLE CHERYL ANN 


377 


LATHEN 


GENERIA F 


400 


348 


KYNASTON LYNELL 


42 9 


LATIMER LARRY F 


400 


399 


KYOTIKKI VILJO 


377 


LATTA JOHN NEAL 


429 


377 






LAUDER 


LYNN ANN* 


377 


429 


TT 




LAUDIE 


MARILYN 


43J 


377 


f 




LAUPER 


BUNNIE JEAN 


429 


399 


1^ 




LAUPER 


MARC DENNIS 


348 


429 






LAW CHEE KEJ>4G M 


429 


348 


LACARIERE DOLORES M 


377 


LAW ELDDN HRYCE 


403 


348 


LACEY ALAN GEORGE 


37/ 


LAwES ERNESr RUY 


34b 


348 


LACEY BARBARA MERLE 


377 


LAWLOR 


CHARLOTTE RUT 


346 


348 


LACROIX ROBERT E 


348 


LAwLOR 


FRANCINE 


377 


399 


LAFFERTY KATHLEEN 


348 


LAwLOR 


KEITH DOW 


348 


377 


LAHADERNE LAWRENCE H 


400 


LAhRLNCE DARLENE E 


429 


399 


LAMANA MICHAEL RONAL 


348 


LAWRENCE GARY C 


400 


429 


LAMB JAMES RILEY 


400 


LAWRENCE GARY PORTER 


429 


348 


LAMB MARILYN KAYE 


377 


LAWRENCE JULIA LEE 


433 


429 


LAMBERT CAROL RAE 


429 


LA«RtNCt MARTHA L 


365 


348 


LAMBERT DALE JOHN 


340 


LAWS DOUGLAS WATSON 


377 


429 


LAMBERT GARY WENDELL 


429 


LAwSON 


JANETTE ELLEN 


34B 


348 


LAMBERT GLEN RAY 


348 


LAWSON 


RODNEY 


40J 


377 


LAMBERT JOHN OENNY 


34b 


LAnTUN 


GREGORY 


348 


348 


LAMIE FRANCIS VICTOR 


400 


LAYCOCK WILLIAM HUGH 


377 


456 


LAMOREAUX BETTY E 


348 


LAYNE GLORIA P£N>4Y 


34b 


429 


LAMOREAUX MARILYN 


377 


LAYNE 


JACQUELINE S 


348 


429 


LAMOREAUX TERRELL C 


348 


LAYNE 


.INDA LOUISE 


430 


377 


LAMPHIEAR JOHN M 


348 


LAYTON 


DEAN ROGER 


377 


377 


LANCASTER DENNIS R 


348 


LAYTON 


MARGARET 


348 


348 


LANCASTER DONALU RAY 


429 


LAYTON 


PcGGY LYNN 


349 


377 


LANDERS BEVERLY SUE 


377 


LAYTON 


ROBERT HUGHES 


349 


407 


LANDWARD MONICA 


377 


LEATHAM MARIAN^jE 


349 


377 


LANEY CLAIRE GUYLENE 


348 


LEAVlTf ANDREA J 


433 


348 


LANEY STEPHEN FAYNE 


377 


LEAVITT FERRIN U 


349 


429 


LANG BEVERLY 


348 


LEAVITT MICHAEL L 


430 


348 


LANG FRED PERRY 


348 


LE6AR0M ARThJR B 


456 


348 


LANG ROXANA SUE 


348 


LEBARON MARGARET G 


377 


400 


LANGE CYNTHIA MARIE 


348 


LEbLANC BERNARD J 


349 


348 


LANGLEY CHERYL ANN 


348 


LECKIE 


RONALD JAY 


456 


400 


LARCH SHERRON LuUISE 


429 


LEDBETTER SJSAM JO 


377 


400 


LARKIN AURLI^E 


348 


LEE ANDREA MARIE 


433 


400 


LARKIN DALE HERMAN 


400 


LEL BLAINE NELSON 


377 


400 


LARKIN DIXIE K B 


429 


LEE DONALD GRANT 


40j 


429 


LARKIN DON JAMES 


348 


LEC DUANE COMDIE 


349 


377 


LARKIN STEVEN S 


348 


LEE HARRY RICHARD 


37/ 


348 


LARKINS NANCY JO 


348 


LEE KEY MARY DELILAH 


430 



Jon to Lee 



470 



Lee to Mau 



Index 



LEE LARRY ROBERT 349 
LEE MARGARET 377 

LEE MARSHA ANN 3'f9 
LEE MARSHA LYNN 349 
LEE PAUL k(EN CHUNG 377 
LEfc RONALD JOt 349 
LEE ROSEMARY 349 

LEE STEPHEN ROBERT 349 
LEE TERRY GENE 377 
LEE hINSTON DELANO 349 
LEE YEO BAI 456 

LEECH SHIRLEY ANN 400 
LEEFELOT SUSAN C 349 
LtETHAM JOHN KAYNE 430 
LEFLER ANN 349 

LEHNARDT HEIDEMARIE 400 
LEIGHTON CAROL LEE 349 
LEIGHTON NELLIE K 400 
LEININGER ALFRED J J 349 
LEISHMAN DAVID DEVOE 378 
LEISHMAN TRUDY BETH 349 
LfclTHEAO KATHRYN 400 
LEMASTER PENNY BETH 349 
LEMKE ARLENE ELAINE 378 
LEMMON ALTA ANN 400 
LEMMON KENNETH BYRON 430 
LEMON CAROL VERNA 349 
LENKER WARREN GEORGE 400 
LEONARD JOSEPH PETER 378 
LEONARD LYNN VICTOR 430 
LEONIS MICHELE 378 
LERIOS WAYNE ROBERT 349 
LESHER GWENDOLYN t 349 
LESLIE KENNETH F 378 
LESUE DIANNE HERBERT 430 
LESUEUR ELAINE 430 
LESUEUft WAYNE FRANCI 349 
LEUNG KWOK WAH 450 
LEUTZE JOSEPH MARTIN 349 
LEVESQUE SHERRI ANN 349 
LEWIS BRIGG G 400 
LEWIS CHRISTINE 430 
LEWIS CYNTHIA RAE 349 
LEWIS HOMER SCOTT 400 
LEWIS JANt KAY 447 
LEWIS JOHN TYRCN 430 
LEWIS JOSEPH WAYNE 456 
LEWIS LARRY MCKINLEY 349 
LEWIS MARCIA MARIE 430,448 
LEWIS MERRILLYN 349 
LEWIS MERRY JANET 378 
LEWIS MYREEL 400 

LEWIS NANCI LYNN 378 
LEWIS ROBERT HIGGINS 378 
LEWIS ROBERT PAUL 430 
LEWIS VIRGINIA MAE 349 
LEWIS WYNNETTE 400 
LIGHTFOOT SHARI C 378 
LILJENQUIST MICHAEL 349 
LILLYWHITE NANCY 378 
LILLYWHITE WENDELL 349 
LIM ALICE JANE 400 
LTMA NiLSON 349 

LIMB CONNIE JEAN 349 
LINCOLN LAWRENCE DAL 378 
LINDBACK KARI 456 

LIND6ERG DENNIS J 349 
LINCBERG VIRGINIA MA 349 
LINOEMAN JUDY ANN 349 
LINDHOLM AGNES S 349 
LINDSAY BARBARA 456 
LINDSAY III JAMES E 349 
LINDSAY VICTOR H 349 
LINDSEY DONA RAE 349 
LINES LEONDA 430 

LINFORD GENE MARIE 400 



LINFORD ROSANN 
LINGREN CLINTON LAMA 
LINSCHOTEN KAREN 
LINTON DALE KAY 
LINTON LARRY CHRIS 
LISONBEE SANDRA JEAN 
LISTAK CAROL LYNN 
LITSTER LARRY EDwARD 
LITTLE DOUGLAS RAY 
LITTLE JANET MARIE 
LITTLEFIELD CLINTON 
LIU LINDA JEAN SHU C 
LIVELY WILLIAM L 
LiylNGSTON BARBARA A 
LLOYD GLORIA 
LOCEY LAUREN LEON 
LOERTSCHER ARDEAN 
LOHRENGEL II CARL F 
LOLEY JENNIE ANN 
LOMAX THOMAS R 
LONDAGIN GLENDA FAYE 
LONG BEVERLY 
LONG CLINTON JAMES 
LONG KAREN 

LONG RICHARD KENNETH 
LONG SANDRA LOU 
LONGFELLOW SUZIE L 
LONGHURST WILLIAM L 
LONGMORE DEAN RAY 
LOCNEY ARLYNE 
LOONEY JANE ANN 
LOUSLI ANNA 
LOPES RUI CHIARADIA 
LOPOSSA JANET S 
LORD LINDA ANNETTE 
LORSCHEIOER SANDRA 
LORZ FORREST ALBERT 
LOSMANN JACQUE F 
LOTHYAN PHILLIP ERIL 
LOTT ROSEMARY 
LOUTHAN BRUCE D 
LOVE DONN 
LOVE JANET DEAN 
LOVE LINDA 
LOVELAND NARDA 
LOVELAND RUTH ANN 
LOVELAND SHARON KAY 
LOVELESS ERIC GAIL 
LOVELESS MYRbEN PEAR 
LOVELL KAY L 
LOVETT VIRGINIA LEA 
LOWE SALLY ANN 
LOWHAM CAROLYN 
LOWRANCE JOY G P 
LUWRANCE RONALD E 
LOWRY LEON KENT 
LOYD JOAN FRANCES 
LUDLOW LINDA 
LUDLOW PATRICIA 
LUDLOW WOOOROW KIRK 
LUDWIG DELL GRANT 
LUDWIG EVAN HERBERT 
LUDWIG LORRAINE 
LUEDTKE KURT ANTON 
LUEKENGA ALIS KAY 
LUIGGI FRED PIERRE 
LUNA GUADALUPE M 
LUNCEFORD JOHN HYRUM 
LUND RANDALL JAMES 
LUNDBERG RUTH ANN 
LUNDGREEN MARILYN 
LUNDGREN ROBERT N 
LUNDQUIST REX CHARLE 
LUNDWALL NOREEN MAY 
LUNT DANIELLE 
LUNT DENNIS MARTIN 



430 


LUNT PAMELA DRUE 


373 


MANrJARIiMb AUtLc 


401 


450 


LUNT ROGER WAYNE 


456 


MAN»,ARI\G JAY 


401 


349 


LUTHER LAURA LEfc 


350 


KA^rJARI^^G MARIfcL D 


35J 


378 


LUT2 KAREN JOY 


37a 


MARBLE f.,ORMA< UElNO 


35J 


430 


LYDE NORMAN LEON 


40U 


MARBLE RUTH ANm 


378 


349 


LYMAN HARRY EUGENE 


431 


MARCHA-gT FRANCES I 


350 


378 


LYMAN JEFFREY HOLT 


350 


MARChA:nT ramjna 


443 


349 


LYMAN JO ANN 


350 


MARCHES ViCIOR EDGAR 


378 


349 


LYMAN RUTH ANNE 


350 


MARCU EMHAJEAN 


350 


349 


LYMAN SUSAN 


350 


MARGETFS MARILYNN P 


456 


349 


LYNN BARBARA 


37d 


MARIER KOBEKTA LYNN 


35J 


456 


LYNN DERRITH DIANE 


350 


MAKJERISUN ROBCRT A 


431 


430 


LYON JEANETTE K 


378 


MARK.ORAF DONALD LEt 


350 


400 


LYONS HARRY JAY 


40u 


MARKHAM ALLAN R 


431 


400 


LYONS JANE 


400 


MARKHAM BEATRICE lOM 


35j 


456 






MARKHAM PATRICIA MAE 


378 


430 


T^ KT 




MARLEY MARY KAY 


401 


456 


VI 




MARLIN KAY FRANCES 


350 


378 


..Vi 




MAKONEY DENNIS ARLIM 


431 


430 






MARQUIS DALE J 


401 


378 


MAAS WILLIAM DOUGLAS 


400 


MARRIOTT JR RUSSELL 


37b 


430 


MACARTHUR AL 


37b 


MARRiOir LINDA ANN 


378 


400 


MACDONALD DANIEL G 


350 


MARROTT CAROL LYNN 


350 


349 


MACOONALD TAYLOR ODE 


350 


MARROTT ROBERT L 


350 


430 


MACEY PATRICIA ANN 


37d 


MARRUFFO NAZARIU C 


431 


249 


MACINTOSH LEANNA M 


350 


HARSDEN MARy 


350 


349 


MACKAY JAMES A 


350 


MARSHALL BILL C 


35J 


349 


MACKENZIE VIVIAN M 


350 


MARSHALL DENlSt ANN 


350 


400 


MACKINTOSH DEAN ALMA 


431 


MARSHALL DIANE P 


350 


349 


MACKLEY JEANETTE 


247 


MARSHALL MICHAEL R 


3?B 


400 


MACMURRAY VAL DAN 


400 


MARSHALL WAMOA E 


378 


400 


MACNAIR MARTIN PRICE 


378 


MARTIN ALLtN BRENT 


350 


378 


MACPHERSON STUART S 


350 


MARTIN BARBARA 


350 


349 


MADDOX CHERYLE LANEL 


350 


MARTIN bARRy Gc^E 


350 


400 


MADDOX JUDY GRACE 


37b 


MARTIN BLAME L 


4J1 


349 


MADRID VIOLET ESTRAD 


400 


MARTIN DUNALD n 


37b 


430 


MADSEN CHKlSTINfc 


400 


MARTIN GARRy DEAN 


350 


430 


MADSEN COLLEEN 


378 


MARTIN JANE SMITH 


401 


430 


MADSEN JO DEE 


431 


MARTIN MARGARET 


353 


349 


MADSEN JOANN 


431 


MARTIN NIELS LLRuY 


350 


349 


MADSEN LYNNE MARIE 


378 


MARTIN PATRICIA ANN 


378 


400 


MADSEN MARY ELLEN 


350 


MARTIN ROGER GE3KGE 


35J 


349 


MADSEN MICHAL ANN 


350 


MA^TINUALE DAMARIS 


3/b 


431 


MADSEN NORMA JEAN 


350 


MARTINDALE ROGER T 


3/8 


378 


MAGLtBY MARVIN C 


407 


MARTINEAU CAROLYN E 


378 


378 


MAGLEBY RUTH ANN 


350 


MARTINEAU DIANA L 


378 


378 


MAGNUSSON BETTE MAE 


350 


MARTINEZ JAKE F 


3i)0 


349 


MAGUET DONALD GLENN 


350 


MARX DAVID kAYNE 


431 


400 


MAHAFFEY BARBARA E 


350 


MARX LINDA LARtNE 


401 


378 


MAINS MARILYN ANNE 


350 


MASHHODN MOHAMMAD < 


431 


349 


MAISEY WILLIAM HENRY 


350 


MASON BONNIE LYN 


401 


400 


HAKIN LINDA LAVERLE 


400 


MASON GARY RANDALL 


35u 


378 


MALIN MARGARET ANNE 


350 


MASON LYDIA MARIE 


350 


400 


MALMROSE GINGER E 


378 


MASON LYNDA LEE 


378 


400 


MALOUF KATHLEEN 


350 


MASON RONALD LYNN 


378 


450 


MALOY DIANE J 


400 


MASON TERRENCE LEE 


431 


349 


MALOY DORTHA JEAN 


431 


MASS SHARON! tlLEEN 


431 


431 


MALOY JANICE 


350 


MASSEY RANDY HAROLD 


35J 


349 


MALOY WILLIAM ERNEST 


400 


MASTERS CAROLY,» B 


431 


431 


MALwUIST BLAINE C 


350 


MASTERS LIZABETH LEA 


350 


400 


MALZAHN LINDA SUE 


431 


MASUDA ALLEM T 


401 


431 


MANGUM JANICE 


378 


MATHENY MELODIc 


431 


378 


MANGUM TERRY LEE 


350 


MATHER LYNDtN ODUGLA 


37b 


349 


MANIRE KATIE FRANCES 


350 


MATHER SALLEE LEONE 


376 


431 


MANN KAREN LfcE 


350 


MATHESON MARGARET 


401 


349 


MANN KENNETH EUGENE 


431 


MAfHESON WESLEY A 


4J1 


349 


MANN MARGARET E B 


456 


MATHEWSON SANDRA AN M 


401 


431 


MANN PATRICIA ANN 


378 


MATHIS JANIS APRIL 


351 


349 


MANNING ALAN KENT 


350 


MATHISON DIANA LVNN 


351 


400 


MANNING LURA LEE 


37b 


MATSEN JUDITH LINDA 


37b 


350 


MANNING RUGER DEAN 


431 


MATTESON THOMAS M 


351 


431 


MANNING SANDRA JEANN 


35U 


MATTHEW FRANCE^ JANE 


351 


431 


MANOS JUTTA DIANNE 


350 


MATTICE JUDITH JANE 


431 


400 


MANSFIELD JACQUELINE 


350 


MATTSON WILLIAM >. 


453 


350 


MANSFIELD KAREN ANN 


378 


MATUA EMMELINE 


3?b 


400 


MANTELL STARR LEE 


350 


MAUGHAN CHERILYN 


378 



Lee to Mau 



471 



Index 



Mau to Mor 



HAUGHAN DAVID ALTON 
MAUGHAN DEBRA G 
MAUGHAN KARtN MARIE 
HAUGHAN LINDA 
KAUGHAN MARION ANDRE 
MAUGHAN MARLA JOY 
MAUGHAN WILLIAM LLOY 
MAUGHON GLORIA GAIL 
HAURC LARRY SIEKART 
MAUSS BRUCE VtRL 
MAX SANDRA 
MAXFIELO NADINE E 
MAXFIELD ROSEMARY 
MAXWELL ANDREA 
MAXWELL GAYLE 
MAY ANITA VIOLA 
MAY DAN M 

MAY MARK FARNSWORTH 
HAYCOCK NORAL 
MAYER HILDEGARD MART 
MCAFERTY RAYMOND P 
MCAFFEE SILVIA 
MCALLISTER JR EDMOND 
MCALLISTER KARMA JEA 
MCALLISTER KENNETH F 
MCALLISTER MARVIN D 
MCALLISTER ROBERT 
MCALLISTER VIRGINIA 
MCARTHUR CAROL LEE 
MCARTHUR DALE KENT 
MCARTHUR JANICE 
MCBEE HAROLD CRAWFOR 
MCBRIDE BARBARA DEE 
MCBRIDE JOHN CRAIG 
HCBRIDE JOHN «YNN 
MCBRIDE LEBURTA 
MCBRIDE LEORA 
MCBRIDE LYNDA JEANNE 
MCBRIDE NORMA 
HCBRIDE PAULENE 
MCBRIDE PENNY SUZANN 
MCBRIDE STANLEY T 
MCCAIN KENNETH GARY 
MCCALL JUDITH ANNE 
MCCARTY JEANETTE b 
MCCAULEY JAMES RALPH 
MCCLEAN GORDON MILTO 
MCCLELLAN JAY LOUIS 
MCCLELLAN LUANNE 
MCCLELLAN MARIANNA S 
MCClELLAN ROBERT £ 
MCCLELLAN SHARLENE 
MCCLELLAND RICHARD 
MCCLEVE MARILYN 
MCCLEVE NORA 
HCCLOY DAVID PAUL 
HCCLURE TED JOHN 
MCCOMAS WILLIS F II 
MCCONKIE JOAN 
MCCONKIE LINDA 
MCCOY KATHLEEN 
MCCOY PATRICIA RAE 
MCCRACKEN DON REXFOR 
MCCRACKEN KINNE M 
MCCRACKEN WILLIAM R 
HCCRUNMEN CAROL JEAN 
MCCULLOUGH RONALD V 
MCCUMER DONALD ALLEN 
MCDANIEL EARL WAYNE 
MCDANIEL JAMES FERA 
MCDONALD RAE SYLVIA 
MCDONALD SUSAN GATES 
MCOONNEL CAROL ELLEN 
MCDOWELL THEODORE R 
MCENTIRE CAROL ANN 
HCeuEN MARGARET JANE 



401 MCEWAN JOSEPH KENNEY 379 

351 MCEWEN MELANIE 379 

351 MCFADDEN DAVID EDWAR 432 

351 MCFADDEN MARY MAXINE 401 

401 MCFARLANE MELVA 379 

378 MCGREW JOYCE ALISON 379 

351 MCGUIRE SUSAN 432 

378 MCINNIS KATHLEEN L 351 

378 MCINTYRE EARL FRANK 401 

378 MCINTYRE JUDY ZELMA 351 

401 HCKELL MARILYN 379 

351 MCKEON JOHN BURTON 432 

351 MCKI8BEN STEPHEN A 401 

378 MCKINNON CHARLEEN 432 

447 MCKINNON MARILYN 351 

401 MCLACHLAN CHRISTINE 379 

351 MCLACHLAN LINDA G 379 

351 MCLANE MALINDA MAURI 351 

401 MCLEOD DOUGLAS LYNN 351 

351 MCMAHON DAWN ROBINSO 457 

401 MCMAHON GARRY MOORE 457 

378 MCMAINS RICHARD 432 
351 HCMANUS LINDA 432 
351 MCMASTER ALEXANDER J 351 
457 MCMASTER BRUCE M 432 
432 MCMASTER KIRBY M 432 
351 MCMILLAN JANET C 351 
351 MCMINN RITA LYNNfc 379 
401 MCMULLIN KATHLEEN R 351 
457 MCMULLIN LYNETTE M 379 
432 MCMURRAY THOMAS LADD 407 
401 MCMURRAY WENDY 351 
351 MCMURTREY LINDA RUTH 432 
245 MCNEILIS THOMAS M 351 
432 MCNIVEN RODNEY JAY 379 
401 MCNOWN PENELOPE JOAN 401 

379 MCOMBER BRYANT 401 
379 MCPHEE BONNIE JEAN 457 
432 MCPHERSON ROBERT 351 
379 MCPHIE CALLItNE 401 
351 MCPHIE DONALD GARTH 351 
351 MCgUISTON JACQUELIN 401 
379 MCRAE ALEXANDER BURR 432 
351 MCSHINSKY VIVIAN H 351 
351 MCTAGUE MARY LEILANI 432 
361 MCUNE SHEILA VIRGINI 401 
401 MCVEAN ROGER JAMLS 401 
401 MEADE JOHN 6 457 
432 MEADOR SHERYL DIANNE 351 
401 MECHAM ANNE 351 
245 KECHAM LAUREL BERNYC 379 
432 MECHAM RHEA DAVIS 401 
401 MEDIAM ELAINE 401 
351 MEEK BRADLEY EOSON 351 
401 MEFFORD ALTONA KAY 351 
351 MEHR JUDITH ELAINE 379 
351 MEJIA EMELINA R 351 
432 HELBY JAMES MICHAEL 401 
432 MtLLOR STEPHEN PAUL 351 
401 MELTON ARTHUR BURTON 401 
401 MELTON DORIS JEAN 351 
351 MEMMOTT JOHN CORDELL 432 
432 MtMMOTT MARJORIE 401 
401 MENDENHALL DAVID R 351 
401 MENDIOLA CAROL SUE 401 
401 MENZEL MICHAEL WAYNE 351 
379 MERCADO HENRY WILLIA 351 
351 MEREDITH PHYLLIS M 351 
457 MEKKLE DIETER 457 
351 MERRELL MINNIE LOUIS 379 
379 MERRILL ELIZABETH A 432 
432 MERRILL HELEN K 351 
351 MERRILL JOAN 432 
351 MERRILL JOSEPH W 379 
351 MERRILL KATHLEEN 351 
401 MERRILL KATHLEEN 351 



MERRILL LINDA MARIE 
MERRILL MARIE LOUISE 
MERRILL MARY JEANNE 
MERRILL TAMARA 
MERRITT VIRGINIA RUT 
MERSEREAU SUSAN B 
MERWIN DIANl^JE RUTH 
METZGER HENRY KCITH 
MbXIA MARY ANN 
MEYER CHERYL LYNNE 
MEYERS KENT LELANU 
MICHAELIS ARTHUR LYN 
MICHAELIS LOIS MARY 
MICHAELIS MARC 
MICHAELS SHEILA ANN 
MICHAtLSUN iJANCY JEA 
MICHAbLSON PATRICIA 
MICHEL JUDITH ANN 
MICHEL WERNER 
MICKEL DAVID ROY 
MICKELSbN JEANETTE 
MlCKtLStiX KAREN LlE 
MICKELSEN KATHRYN 
MICK£LSOiM BERNARD L 
MICKELSON MICHAEL JO 
MIDDLETON MARY JANE 
MIDGLEY NORMAN VAN 
MIKESbLL FERN CAREEN 
MILbURN ANNE JULIA 
MILES CHRISTINE 
MILLS DUUGLAS 
MILLARD RICHARD D 
MILLER ALLAN DELOY 
MILLER ANN 
MILLER ARLENE RUTH 
MILLER CAROLYN DEE 
MILLER CHERYL ANN 
MILLER JAMES PATRICK 
MILLER JUDY 
MILLER KALVIN LEE 
MILLER KENT CLINTON 
MILLER LEE OLIVER 
MILLER LINDA AN.>1 
MILLER LINDA JEAN 
MILLER LINDA LUCILLE 
MILLER MARGARET E 
MILLER MARILYN KAYE 
MILLER MARLENE 
MILLER MERLIN CONRAD 
MILLER SHERRY 
MILLER STANLEY SCOTT 
MILLER SUSAN LORRAIN 
MILLER SUSAN MAURINE 
MILLER WENDELL V 
MILLERD SHEILA LARUE 
MILLET RENA PAULA 
MILLETT CHERI 
MILLIMAN CAROL JOAN 
MILLS DAVID REX 
MILLS LAMAR MILTON 
HILLSAM PAULIE 
MILLWARD JAMES BbRGE 
MINER CAMILLA V 
MINER ELLIS DEVERt J 
MINER LARRY REED 
MINER MARijERY MAE 
MINER ROSALIE 
MID MIE AMY 
MITCHELL ANN ELLEN 
MITCHELL DEAi^ 
MITCHELL JESSE DAVID 
MITCHELL JOHN KENNET 
MITCHELL RONALD MOAO 
MITCHELL WiLFuRD B J 
MITCHELL WILLIAM T 
HITORAY ROGER G 



351 


Mil rbRMbIEK GEORGIA 


379 


379 


MIX LINDA KAY 


401 


351 


mizlll MANDlGN 


432 


351 


MLAKLR RUSlMARY 


352 


401 


MOAKE MARILYN 


352 


379 


MOBERLY EILEEN MARIE 


379 


351 


MOFFETI WAY-iE ALVIN 


3/9 


351 


MOHlcR oARY EDnARD 


352 


351 


MOhLMAN CARL GLEN 


402 


351 


MOLTO MAVIS BERTHA 


379 


351 


MONCUR JOYCE 


433 


432 


MONDFRANS CONARD H 


3/9 


351 


MONIZ RUTH ELAlNjE 


352 


351 


MUNROE LUIS RICHINS 


457 


352 


MOnKDC STUART R 


457 


352 


MONSON ALICE ANNETTE 


402 


401 


MONSON JULIA LtA 


352 


379 


MONSON K.ARcM RUTH 


4J2 


432 


MGnSON MARION C 


433 


401 


MONSON MAX CHRIS 


352 


433 


MONSON RALPH Ltti^RENC 


352 


401 


MONTAND ARfCMIO E 


352 


352 


MOimTGOMERY JOH^^ E 


352 


401 


HUNTGDMbRY JUDH H AN 


433 


379 


MONTGOMERY PRISCILLA 


379 


433 


MDNIJOY ROBERTu 


352 


173 


MOUDY AIMNETIL 


379 


433 


MOUUY BbTH KiLSON 


379 


352 


MOODY CHARLEEN D 


379 


379 


MOODY MARILYN 


352 


37^ 


MOuUY MICHAEL F 


433 


401 


MOuUY PAUL 


37 9 


401 


MOON ALLEN DEAN 


402 


433 


MOON BRADFORD 


433 


379 


MOUi'i KAREN 


433 


37s( 


MOORE BRENDA JOYCE 


402 


352 


MOORE ERIN »1ARIE 


352 


401 


MOORE GORDON DEAN 


3/9 


401 


MOORt HtLEN 


352 


352 


MOORE SHIRLEY JEAN 


379 


352 


MORALES MICHAEL G 


352 


352 


MORAN MJi^ICA SJE 


352 


379 


MORAN SHANNON P 


402 


352 


MOREHOUSE RICHARD G 


379 


352 


MORGAN JANICE 


433 


433 


MORGAN JOHN REID 


402 


3?9 


MORGAN KARYL C 


35<; 


433 


MORcAN PAMELA 


35^ 


45/ 


MORGAN PEGoV AnN 


352 


379 


MORGAN STACY MACK JR 


352 


352 


MORLEY PAMELA ANITA 


43i 


401 


MORLbY TERRY STb(^ART 


35^ 


352 


MORN FRANK THOMAS 


457 


433 


hORRtY RICHARD LDwIN 


352 


352 


MORRILL ARLU 


352 


379 


MORRILL HAROLD L 


402 


352 


MORRIS CARLA JEAN 


432 


352 


MORRIS UIANN 


379 


352 


MORRIS JbRI LYN 


352 


433 


MORRIS KATHIE DIANNE 


379 


379 


MORRIS RANAE 


352 


379 


MORRIS RAY ELBERT 


352 


352 


MORRIS TERRY GRANT 


'402 


457 


MORRIS WILLIAM MURT3 


402 


352 


MORRISON CARLETON h 


3/9 


352 


MORRISON CHERYL RAE 


379 


352 


MORRISON DONNA JUNE 


402 


35,; 


MORRlSOr^ JAY RICHARD 


352 


433 


MORRISON SAM DAVID 


3/9 


401 


MORRISSEY BARBARA AN 


35^ 


37s* 


MORTENSEN AKVID L 


433 


433 


MORIENSEM BARTLEY 


402 


401 


MORTENSEN CHRISTINA 


433 


401 


MORTbNSEN HJGH C 


402 


401 


MORTENSbN UAN JbD 


433 


352 


MORTENSLN JR PEfER J 


402 



Mau to Mor 



472 



T 



Mor to Pal 



Index 



MORTENSEN JUDITH ANN 
MORTENSEN KATHLEEN D 
MORTENSEN VONEAL 
MGSCRIP BARBARA ANN 
MOStS JESS ROGER 
HOSHER ALMOIN! LAVERE 
MOSHER CHARLOTTE N 
fOSS GAIL ILEtNE 
MOSS JOSEPH LGhELL 
MOSS KENT GROVER 
MOTT PENNIE CECILIA 
MOULTRIE FRANCIS K 
MOUNTEER MARVA JOAN 
MOURITSEN DALE CLARK 
MOURITSEN LELA JEAN 
MOURITSEN ROBERT K 
MOWER JOSEPH CRAIG 
MOVER KAREN SUE 
MOZLEY BARBARA MARIE 
MUCK DAVID LOUIS 
MUIR VIRGINIA H 
MULLER MARGARET MAE 
MULLER WALTER G 
MUMFORD LESLIE ELLEN 
MUNK MARIAN 
MUNN MOLLIE ANN 
MLNNS EDRA LYNN 
MUNNS RANIER FARRELL 
MUNSON CAROLE E 
MUNSON HOWARD KENT 
MUNSON MARLI JEANNE 
MURDOCK BRUCE 
MURDOCK LUANN 
MURDOCK PHYLLIS S 
MURDOCK ROSEMARY 
MURDOCK TRUDY 
MURLEY MURIEL A 
MURPHY ALAN KEITH 
MURPHY CHERYL KAY 
MURPHY DENNIS MICHAE 
MURPHY MARILYN J 
MURPHY PAULA 
MURPHY ROSALIE ANN 
MURPHY SUSAN 
MURRAY CAROLYN DEUN 
MURRAY DEIRDRE GAY 
MURRAY FAY HOPKINS 
MURRAY JANE ARDIS 
MURRAY JEAN ELYCE 
MURRAY JUDITH LYNN 
MURRAY KATHRYN 
MUSK KATHRYN JUNE 
MYERS CAROL ANN 
MYERS LANE ALAN 
MYERS MARILYN HELEN 
MYERS MARY JANE 
MYERS RICHARD LELAND 
MYERS ROGER ROY 
MYERS RONALD LEROY 
MYERS SUSAN ANN 
MYERS SUSAN FAYE 
MYERS VICKIE JEAN 
MYLER CAROLYN M 
MYLER SUSAN 
MYNTTI KARL DANIEL 



433 
433 
379 
352 
352 
379 
379 
377 
433 
402 
433 
434 
402 
402 
402 
352 
379 
379 
379 
352 
352 
352 
352 
379 
379 
434 
379 
352 
379 
352 
379 
434 
352 
434 
402 
379 
379 
402 
379 
379 
364 
352 
352 
402 
379 
352 
379 
402 
352 
380 
352 
352 
380 
352 
352 
352 
434 
380 
402 
402 
434 
352 
380 
380 
402 



N 



NABAHE KENNETH 352 
NACKOS LOUIS JAMES 380 
NAEGLE ALMA RAPHAEL 402 
NAPPER CYRUS BLAKE 353 
NARITA FUJIO 380 

NATIONS EDWARD HIE6E 353 



NAUMU CHARLES VEARL 353 

NAYLOR GEORGIA LEE 380 

NEAR BILLIE CHARLENE 434 

NEBEKER GLEN THOMAS 353 

NE8EKER MARY LOUISE 353 

NEBEKER SALLY ANN 353 

NEECE BARBARA L 353 

NEFF SHERELYN JOY 434 

NEILSON CHARLA DIANE 402 

NELSON BETTY RAE 434 

NELSON CARLA BELLE 380 

NELSON DENNIS RAY 353 

NELSON DONNA MARIE 402 

NELSON EUGENE ELOON 434 

NELSON JANEAL 434 

NELSON JERRY NILE 380 

NELSON JOHN WILLIAM 353 

NELSON KATHERINE I 402 

NELSON KRISTIN 402 

NELSON LAWRENCE BLAI 353 

NELSON LILA LORENE 380 

NELSON LOIS 353 

NELSON LOUANA 380 

NELSON MARCIA ANN 380 

NELSON MARJORIE ALIC 353 

NELSON MARJORIE J 353 

NELSON MICHAEL A 380 

NELSON MORRIS DEE 402 

NELSON NADINE 402 

NELSON NANCY E FAUST 353 

NELSON STEPHEN ROBER 353 

NELSON STEVEN LERQY 380 

NELSON VIRGINIA 353 

NELSON VIRGINIA ALIC 353 

NELSON WILLIAM H 402 

NEPHI RUTH PAULINE 380 

NESBIT ANDREA RAE 380 

NETHERCOTT PAMELA 380 

NETHERLY RICHARD A 380 

NEUHUYS YVONNE 402 

NEUMANN ROGER MAX 380 

NEVILLE CODY MARIE 380 

NEVILLE PAMELA LYNN 353 

NEWBOLD LINDA 353 

NEWBURY JUDY 380 

NEWELL JERRY CARTER 434 

NEWMAN ADELE 380 

NEWMAN JOYCE MARIE 353 

NEWMAN JUDITH 380 

NEWMAN ROBERT GEORGE 402 

NEWTON MICHAEL W 380 

NEWTON MYRA LEE 434 

NICHOLES KATHLEEN 353 

NICHOLLS DAVID S 353 

NICHOLS DIANE 353 

NICHOLS IVAN RAY 380 

NICHOLS NANCY LANA 380 

NICHOLS PATRICIA LEL 353 

NICHOLSON WILLIAM LE 434 

NICODEMUS KAREN IREN 380 

NICQLAYSEN JEANETTE 380 

NIELSEN CLARKE B 353 

NIELSEN CLYDE HANS 402 

NIELSEN DAVID EDWARD 353 

NIELSEN DENNIS P 434 

NIELSEN JANICE ELAIN 353 

NIELSEN LARAE 402 

NIELSEN LINDA 353 

NIELSEN LINDA JOYCE 402 

NIELSEN MICHELE GAY 402 

NIELSEN PAMELA 380 

NIELSEN STEFtNEE 380 

NIELSEN STEVEN EARL 353 

NIELSEN SYLVIA BEL 457 

NIELSEN THERISSA 353 

NIELSEN TONETTE 402 



NIELSQN DEON REED 
NIELS0^4 DOUGLAS J 
NIELSON JACK wILDfc 
NIELSUN JOHN ALLEN 
NIELSON LEON JAMES 
^4IELS0N RANDALL BOB 
NIElSUN SANDRA 
NIETO HECTOR FREDDY 
NIEWOLD ELLEN CAROL 
NILSSDN CHARLOTTE 
NIROLIC SIMA 
NISH STEVEN RAY 
NIXUN KAREN COLETTE 
NOALL MARJEAN 
NOBLE BEVERLY LAURA 
NOBLE PHILLIP LAEL 
NOBLE SUSAN KAYE 
IMDELTE ANN MARIE 
NOLAN JED DOUGLAS 
NOORDA JUDITH BEE 
NOORLANDER LINDA S 
NORDSTROM KAROL ANN 
NORMAN CLIFFORD CLIV 
NORMAN KATHLEEN 
NORRIS MARJORIE 
NORTHROP BONNIE JOAN 
NORTON ARLEN ELROY 
NORTON NtlDRA ANN 
NORTON RICHARD C 
NOUCHI AILELN HISAE 
NOWA JAMES LEONARD 
NOYES VERLA 
NUSBAUM JANICE LOUIS 
NUTTALL HOWARD LESLI 
NUTTALL KATHLEEN 
NUTTALL LAUR4 LEE 
NUTTALL PHYLLIS 
NYDEGGER JOUI ANN 
NYMAN STEPHEN K 



o 



OAKDEN GARY EARL 
OAKtS ARNOLD TERRY 
OAKLEY SUSAN CLARENE 
DATES GEORGE BYRON 
06ERHANSLY COLLEEN 
OBRIEN SCOTT EUGENE 
ODEKIRK TONI KAY 
ODELL WILLIAM CHARLE 
OGDEN DANA KAYE 
OGDEN MAC NIEL 
OGDEN SUSAN ELAYNE 
OHAI LEVON AMMON 
OIEN LORENE JANELLE 
OKAWA RUTH HISAYO 
OLDROYD MARK LEE 
OLDROYD RONALD IRVIN 
OLESON DURIS MILDRED 
OLIVERSON JUDY ANN 
DLLIS RUTH ANNE 
OLPIN NOREEN 
OLSLN BONNIE LEE 
OLSEN CAROLYN 
OLSEN COLLEEN 
OLSEN DAHL D 
OLSEN KENNETH DAVID 
OLSEN MAYNARD ROBERT 
OLSEN MERLIN V 
OLSEN PATRICIA MAE 
OLSEN SHARON LEE 
OLSEN TAUNYA 
OLSEN TAWNIE 
OLSEN VICKI LYNN 



434 


OLSON WARBARA 


435 


3ti0 


OLSON CHERYLM 


35'. 


353 


ULSGN CRAIt. THATCHER 


354 


353 


OLSON DUROFHY A.NN 


3BU 


353 


OLSON h JANET 


3JJ 


353 


OLSON LINDA LORRAINE 


380 


380 


OLSON LORNL HAROLD 


402 


434 


OLSON MEL JAY 


3ttO 


353 


OLSON OSCAR BUD 


402 


353 


OLSON RANAc 


3'3 4 


402 


OLSON RENAh 


35". 


380 


OLSON RICHARD BRENT 


354 


353 


OLSON TERRANCE D 


3H0 


380 


OLVERA RAFAEL i. 


35^ 


434 


ONcIL MARGARET ANN 


354 


434 


ONtILL MICHAEL STEVE 


435 


353 


UNSrOTT JUDITH ANN 


354 


457 


UNSTUTT LEil WAYNE 


402 


353 


OPENSHAW LlNUA K 


354 


434 


OPENSHAW ROVERT 


3HJ 


353 


ORAM ROSEMARY 


354 


380 


ORAM SHIRLEY JEANNE 


354 


353 


ORO JOHN ELUEN 


435 


380 


ORD SANDRA KAY 


402 


353 


QRGILL GENEVA 


35<t 


353 


ORME FRED HERMAN 


435 


434 


URR CONNIE SUE 


457 


353 


ORTON CAROLYN 


402 


402 


OSCARSON PAUL KENT 


354 


402 


OSTLRGAR JR ALLEN C 


380 


380 


OSTLER ALYCE OLEOMA 


435 


402 


OSTLER CUNTON lAMONT 


354 


402 


OSTLER RENEE 


402 


402 


OSWALD KtNNlLfH DEAN 


354 


353 


dtterstrom carol JEA 


354 


353 


OTTERSTROM CHRISTINE 


435 


353 


OTTESON KARLN ANNE 


3S0 


353 


OTTLLY VIVIAN AGNES 


35<i 


353 


OUrZEN LOIS WAODELL 


354 




OWEN EVAN JOHN 


354 




OWEN MARTHA PATRICIA 


380 




OWEN RUTH EILEtN 


380 




OWEN WAYNE LERUY 


360 




OWENS JERRY LANCE 


45/ 


353 


OWE.>iS ROSE P 


402 


353 


UYLER DEE EUwARD 


435 


353 






402 


-■■^ 




353 


T> 




353 


1 




353 






402 


PACE GARY GRIFFITH 


40<: 


353 


PACE MAURIO 


354 


380 


PACE RAYMOND ELWODD 


457 


380 


PACE SHERRIE G 


435 


434 


PACKARD DAN SPENCER 


354 


353 


PACKARD DENNIS BLISS 


330 


434 


PAuKARO JOANNE MARIE 


402 


353 


PACKER BEVERLY JEAN 


354 


380 


PACKER BRENT TAYLOR 


354 


402 


PACKER CAMILLE BETH 


3aO 


380 


PACKER MARIfA 


354 


38U 


PACKHAM STEVEN 


354 


434 


PAGE CAROL LYNN 


3s4 


353 


PAGE PAULA DEE 


380 


434 


PAINTON LAWRENCE R J 


402 


435 


PALMER CAROL ESTHER 


380 


402 


PALMER CONNIE 


403 


434 


PALMER CONNIE LYNN 


360 


353 


PALMER CORINNE 


435 


435 


PALMER DOUGLAS W 


435 


353 


PALMER ETHEL AiMN 


435 


435 


PALMER JAMES C 


380 


353 


PALMER LARRY HAROLD 


435 


435 


PALMER MARSHA KAY 


380 


354 


PALMER MICHAEL 0ALT3 


354 



Mor to Pal 



k 



473 



Index 



Pal to Qui 



PALMER RAY WILLIAM 403 

PALMER ROSE LYNN 403 

PALMER SALLY JANE 354 

PALMER SYBIL 354 

PALMER TAYNA KAY 354 

PALMER WILLIAM BRENT 354 

PAPENFUS ROSALIE M 435 

PARADISE JACK LESLIE 435 

PARISH VIRGINIA LEE 403 

PARK JULIE RUTH 403 

PARKE KENT CLARENCE 380 

PARKER JOHN RICHARD 354 

PARKER JUDITH ANN 403 

PARKER JUSTINE L 354 

PARKER LARAlNt 403 

PARKER LENORE 435 

PARKER ROBERT EUGENE 435 

PARKER RUSSELL GIBBS 403 

PARKIN LYNDA JEAN 380 

PARKIN SHARON LOUISE 354 

PARKS JUDITH ANNE 354 

PARKS LANA ELIZABETH 380 

PARRISH LEILANI JEAN 457 

PARROTT NANCY JEAN 380 

PARRY BETTY RAE 380 

PARRY VINETTE 403 

PARSONS CAROL LYNN 354 

PARSONS DOROTHY DIAN 435 

PARSONS PATRICIA ANN 403 

PARTRIDGE ANN 380 

PARTRIDGE JOHN ARTHU 380 

PARTRIDGE LINDA LEE 448 

PASCOE LARRY BRUCE 403 

PASSEY EDWARD JOHN 380 

PASSEY STEVE FRANK 365 

PASSOW DWYLA DEE 381 

PATERA DENNIS ALLEN 354 

PATfcRSON DORIS JEAN 354 

PATRICK BARBARA 381 

PATTEN JANE ROBERTA 354 

PATTERSON BONNIE KAY 435 

PATTERSON CHESLA L 354 

PATTERSON PAULA ANN 403 

PATTON WILLIAM WAYNE 354 

PAUL CONSTANCE JEAN 354 

PAUL EHRHARDT WILLIA 435 

PAUL ELIZABETH M 457 

PAUL ROBERT ERICH 403 

PAUL SANDRA LEE 354 

PAULSON ELSIE MAE 354 

PAUTZ MARY ANN 354 

PAXMAN CAROLYN 381 

PAXMAN CRAIG WILLIAM 403 

PAXMAN PATRICIA K 354 

PAYNE CAROL ANN 354 

PAYNE CHRISTINE 381 

PAYNt DELBERT BRYCE 381 

PAYNE LINDA LEE 435 

PAYNE LINDA SUE 381 

PAYNE PATRICIA ANN 354 

PAYNE THOMAS BRADLEY 354 

PEACOCK CLAUDIA 381 

PEACOCK PAULINE GAIL 436 

PEAK JOSEPH THOMAS 354 

PbARCE DALE BEN 381 

PEARSON DON MACK 403 

PEARSON LINDA 448 

PEARSON MfcLVIN JAY 436 

PEARSON SANDRA 436 

PEART MELVA JEAN 403 

PEAY CAROLYN P 354 

PEAY LORALEE 436 

PECK CLINTON WAYNE 381 

PECK MARY LOUISE 354 

PECK SHARON MARIE 381 

PECTOL CONNIE RAE 436 



PEDERSEN JAMES LOEL 
PEDERSEN KENNETH R 
PEDERSON DAVID RALPH 
PEER LARRY HOWARD 
PEHRSON NOLA JO 
PEMBERTON JACKSON D 
PENDERGRAFT DEE ALAN 
PENDERGRAFT KAREN SU 
PENDLETON BONNIE JAN 
PENDLETON LLOYD SHAR 
PENDLETON LYNDA ANN 
PENDLEY DIANE 
PENOREY PAUL RICHARD 
PERCIVAL ALTON DEE 
PERGROSSI JAMES GLEN 
PtRIGO GARY CREIGHTO 
PERKINS BRUCE GENTRY 
PERKINS CECIL OWENS 
PERRINS SAMUEL MELVI 
PERRITON EDGAR JOHN 
PERRY DALE 
PERRY DAVID EARL 
PERRY DUANE ELTON 
PERRY FRANCIS BURK 
PERRY KATHLEEN 
PERRY LYNN CLAWSON 
PERRY MARILYN 
PERRY SHARON 
PETEREIT ROBERT EARL 
PETERS MARTHA JOANNE 
PETERS SUSAN JUNE 
PETERS VICKIE SUE 
PETERSEN ANDREA SARA 
PETERSEN DIANE KAY 
PETERSEN JOLYNN 
PETERSEN JR CLAY I 
PETERSEN PETER A JR 
PETERSEN VEDA RAE 
PETERSON BARRY W 
PETERSON BRENDA MAE 
PETERSON CAMILLE 
PETERSON CARWIN Y 
PETERSON CLIFTON KAY 
PETERSON DIXIEOLEE J 
PETERSON FRANCES E 
PETERSON GRANT MARK 
PETERSON HENRY FRAND 
PETERSON JAMES WELDO 
PETERSON JANET 
PETERSON JANET ELAIN 
PETERSON JANET L 
PETERSON JOAN 
PETERSON JOYCE KAY 
PETERSON JULIA LYNNE 
PETERSON KAREN ALENE 
PETERSON KATHRYN 
PETERSON KENT DAVIS 
PETERSON LAURELEE 
PETERSON LYNETTE DEE 
PETERSON MARIE 
PETERSON MARYLU 
PETERSON MOLLY KAYE 
PETERSON PAULETTE 
PETERSON TERRY LYNN 
PETERSON THOMAS W 
PETERSON VAUGHN LYNN 
PETERSON VICKIE D 
PETRIE ANNE 
PETTERSSON EMILY J 
PETTINGILL REED ALAN 
PETTIT BRYAN LEE 
PETTY BRUCE BRADFORD 
PETTY LORRAINE 
PETTY NEIL CRAIG 
PEXTON JAMES HARLOW 
PEXTON WALLACE LEON 



457 PHELPS REOLA 381 

354 PHILIPS DELLA JEAN 436 

457 PHILIPS VIRGINIA L 355 

457 PHILLIPS BRENOA JOYC 381 

403 PHILLIPS DORIS LONIT 355 

457 PHILLIPS LLMA JEAN 355 

381 PHILLIPS JOCELYN KAY 355 

381 PHILLIPS JUDITH 355 

436 PHILLIPS LARKY JON 403 

403 PHILLIPS NORMAN R 355 

354 PHILLIPS PAULINE H 381 

381 PHILLIPS RENEE 381 

354 PHILLIPS RICHARD A J 355 

354 PHIPPEN PATRICIA ANN 403 

403 PHIPPS CLARENCE C 381 

381 PICK RANDOLPH LEWIS 355, 

354 PICO TRISTAN RANDALL 355 

436 PIERCE DAVID WENDELL 403 

381 PIERCE JANET 355 

354 PIERCE LILLIE KATE 355 

436 PIERCE NANCY ELLEN 355 

436 PIERCE PATRICIA A 447 

403 PIERCE RICHARD DUANE 355 

436 PIERCE TWYLA LOUISE 403 

381 PIERSON JUD 355 

354 PIKE FRANCINE 403 

381 PILATI SHIRLEY ROSE 381 

403 PILLING EARL WILLIAM 403 

436 PILLING lRROL KENT 381 

381 PINCKARO ETHtLYU E 355 

354 PINE WILLIAM CARL 381 

354 PINEDA FRANCES 355 
381 PINKERTON ROBERT M J 403 

355 PINKSTON SUSAN ANN 355 
355 PIPER MICHAEL WAYNE 355 
355 PIPKIN SHERRI DEE 381 
355 PITCHER JAN 355 
381 PITCHER WENDY JEAN 436 
355 PITTS JANET 355 
381 PLACE DuUG 355 
436 PLACE SHARON LEE 355 
381 PLASS PENELOPE LANE 436 
403 PLATT DELRAY B 436 
403 PLAYER BARBARA LEONE 355 
403 PLOTKIN SUSAN ELYSE 381 
403 PLUMB SHERRY LYNN 355 
403 PLUSQUELLIE ETHEL F 403 
403 POCUCK KENT RICHARD 355 
355 POLL KATHLEEN 355 
355 POLL MARILYN 403 
381 POLL SHELLEY E 403 
355 POLLARD ROENA 355 
381 POLLEY SUSAN 403 
355 POLLY JULIE ANN 436 
355 POLLY KENNETH EDWARD 246 
381 PUND HELEN JANE 403 
355 POND KATHRYN 381 
381 PONTIOUS RONALD LEE 403 
403 PONTIOUS TIMOTHY PAU 403 
381 POOLE PAMELA KAY 403 
355 POOLE VIRGINIA 403 
355 POPE BARBARA ANN 381 
355 POPKES MA(<SHA JEAN 356 
355 POPPIE SALLY MARIE 381 
355 PORT SCOrr 355 
457 PORTER CAROLE LARENE 436 
355 PORTER EOwIN GARTH 35b 
355 PORTER JAMES MARTIN 355 
381 PORTER LEE ASHBY 436 
355 PORTER PATRICIA ANN 355 
355 PORTER ROGER SAREL 381 
381 PORTER SUE ANN 355 
381 PORTIE ILENE KAY 381 
403 POST BARBARA BETH 355 
436 POTTER CHERYL HANDY 436 
355 POTTER MARY KAYE 355 



POTTER NANCY IRENE 
POULSEN CRAIG LAMONT 
POULSEN DALE THOMAS 
POJlSEN DARfJiN REX 
POULSEN JAMES t 
POULSEN KATHRYN 
POULSEN NEIL JOHNSON 
POJLION MARVIN M 
POWELL CHARLES E 
POwfcLL LYNN KESLER 
POWELL ROBERT b 
POwELL THOKAS CDRWIN 
POhtLSON CAROLYN 
POrttRS DALE M 
POWERS LYDIA LOCKETT 
381PRArT AMY CHRISTINE 
PRATT CYNTHIA ANNETT 
PRATT GREGORY JAMES 
PRATT JOAN 

PRATT MARGARET GRACE 
PRtSCOTT CARMA JEAN 
PRESSLER NATALIE 
PRICE CAROL LOUISE 
PRICE CAROLYN KAY 
PRICE CHARLES WAYNE 
PRICE UIAN 
PRICE JOHN DE VERL 
PRICE KAREN ELIZABET 
PRICE KtNT HAMPTON 
PRICE MARIANNE 
PRICE MARY JANE 
PRICE PATRICIA LYNNE 
PRICE SHARON LYNNE 
PRICE STEPHEN MCCUNE 
PRICKETT BRE^^DA MAKI 
PRICBE MICHELE H 
PRINA ROBERT ELDEN 
PRINCE CLARK FRANCIS 
PRINCE GWENDDLY'^ 
PRINCE MARSHA GARONE 
PRINSTER TIMOTHY C 
PRITCHcTT BRUCE M 
PRITT ROBERT ELDEN 
PRITT THOMAS ELrtOQD 
PROBST LYNN M 
PROCTOR RICHARD DEA^ 
PRUWS KATHLEEN 
PRUDEN JUDY KAYE 
PRUSSE KATHLEEN 
PRZYBYLA MICHAEL JDH 
PUSH MILDRED 
PUGMIRt CHAD LAMONT 
PULLEY DOUGLAS BOYD 
PULSIPHER VAUGHN L 
PULVER VERN BURL 
PUNATAR SURESHCHANDR 
PURCELL CAROL ANN 
PURDON PATRICIA L 
PURSER JACK £ 
PYLt PORTIA LEOLA C 



Q 



QUACKENB 

QUARNBER 

UUAYLE L 

gUIGLEY 

QUINN EL 

OUINN RO 

UUINNEY 

OUINNEY 

UUINTON 

QUINTON 



JSH LDJIS H 
G PATSY JEAM 
UCILLE 
ROBERTA 
IZABETH H 
BERT EDWARD 
JR GRANT A 
ROBERT SONNE 
NOEL MARSHAL 
TRACY 



433 

43b 

436 

403 

436 

381 

43b 

43b 

403 

457 

437 

381 

381 

355 

355 

355 

355 

355 

403 

355 

355 

355 

381 

355 

403 

381 

381 

355 

43^ 

437 

355 

355 

355 

35o 

356 

433 

356 

356 

331 

403 

356 

437 

403 

403 

381 

4 37 

356 

356 

35b 

356 

437 

381 

403 

458 

381 

403 

356 

356 

403 

381 



437 
35b 
356 
381 
437 
356 
403 
437 
381 
381 



Pal to Qui 



474 



Rad to Rut 



Index 



R 



RAOEBAUGH LYN 356 

RAGOZZINE ANTHONY V 437 

RAGSDALE THEODORE f 437 

RAILE KARIN THERESE 437 

RAINES VIRGINIA LEE 381 

RAINEY ROBERT TOLMAN 403 

RALINS H KATHLEEN 382 

RALPHS DEE ANN 381 

RALSTIN STEVEN DEAN 356 

RALSTON PATRICIA H 356 

RAMER DENNIS HERMAN 382 

RAMEY KAREN ANN 382 

RAMSAY MELVIN JOHN 403 

RANDALL ALFRED R 403 

RANDALL LEON RALPH 403 

RANDALL MARQUE LOY 381 

RANDALL MARY GIRTON 437 

RANDOLPH SHERCN Y 356 

RANDS ELAINE 447 

RANDS LARRY GREENWOO 382 

RANDS LAWRENCE DAVID 356 

RANDS STEVEN LESLIE 356 

RANKIN DARLA JEAN 356 

RANSOM PEGGY JO 356 

RAPtR KAREN ELAINE 356 

RAPPLEYE FRED GAYNOR 382 

RAPPLEYE MARILYNN 382 

RASBAND KATHRYN ANN 382 

RASCHIG ROBERT H 438 

RASMUSSEN ANDREW WM 382 

RASMUSSEN ANN 356 

RASMUSSEN CAROL 382 

RASMUSSEN CRAIG W 437 

RASMUSSEN GWENDOLYN 382 

RASMUSSEN JANE 356 
RASMUSSEN JR RALPH W 356 
RASMUSSEN KATHLEEN A 356 

RASMUSSEN LANE D 403 

RASMUSSEN MIRIAM 356 

RASMUSSEN PAULA 356 
RASMUSSEN ROBERT GLE 437 

RASMUSSEN RODNEY M 403 

RATLIFF MARLANE C 403 

RAVENSCROFT JAYNE 437 

RAVSTEN CURTIS EARL 458 

RAWCLIFFE WILLIAM F 437 

RAWHOUSER MARVIN H 458 
RAWLINGS WILLIAM ROY 356 

RAWLINS LINDA JEAN 356 

RAWLINSON DON H 356 
RAWLINSON NANCY JEAN 403 

RAY GARY NORMAN 437 

RAY MARY SUSAN 356 

RAY MELVIN J 356 

RAY VONDA 356 

RAYNES MARYBETH 437 

READ DIANE SUE 403 

READING KENNETH M 356 

REAM ELISABETH E 403 
REASOR MIKE FREDERIC 404 

REAY NEIL GORDON 356 

REBER RUTH MADELINE 437 

RECTOR MARGARET C 382 

REDD UON SPERRY 356 

RECO GRETCHEN 382 

REDD MERLENE 404 

REDD PAMELA KAY 382 

REECE LINDA KAY 356 

REED BEVERLY ANN 458 

REEU LORNA JEAN 437 

REED MARYJO ANN 404 
REEDER EMEREN LAVtNE 437 



REEOER GENEVIEVE J 382 

REEDER KATHLEEN 356 

REEDY PAULA SUE 382 

REES CLAIR FRANCIS 437 

REES DIANE 356 

REES GORDON THOMAS 437 

REESE JOHN ALLMAN 356 

REESE LINDA NAOMI 437 

REESE PAUL LYMAN 356 

REEVE ALLENE 382 

REEVE LEE ANN 382 

REEVE LINDA ANN 437 

REEVES CHERYL E 356 

REEVES DAVID WAYNE 382 

REEVES SANDRA LEE 356 

REGENSCHEIT NANCY M 356 

REGULA DIANNE FRANCE 356 

REID KATHRYN 382 

REID LYNDA GAIL 356 

REIO ROBIN 356 

REINHOLO BRIAN DELOY 356 

REINKING JEFFREY CAR 356 

REKAR ROSEMARY LEE 356 

REMINGTON ANN 356 

REMLEY ALICE J 356 

RENCHLER DIANE 438 

RENELL ELAINE 356 

RENNICK JERRY K 438 

RENNICK SANDRA B 382 

RENO PAULINE KAY 404 

REX PATRICIA J 438 

REYBURN DENNIS ALAN 438 

REYNOLDS C RUSSELL 438 

REYNOLDS JR HAROLD W 404 

REYNOLDS MARYBETH 356 

REYNOLDS NOEL BELDON 382 

REYNOLDS SHERRI LYNN 356 

RHINEER JOHN MARVIN 382 

RICE CHARLES DAVID 404 

RICE ELIZABETH JtANN 404 

RICE JR WALTbR WOOD 404 

RICE KATHLEEN 404 

RICE KERMIT CLINT 356 

RICE VALERIE JEAN 356 

RICE WILLIAM RONALD 356 

RICH DARLENE 356 

RICH JR EDWARD A E 404 

RICH KATHERINE FERN 404 

RICH LORIN MCKAY 404 

RICH MERILYNNE 438, 

RICH RENEE 382 

RICH TIM 382 

RICHAN EUGENIA 382 

RICHARDS LYNDA RUTH 438 

RICHARDS PATRICIA 438 

RICHARDS PHILIP S 382 

RICHARDSON ALVA B 382 

RICHARDSON BEVAN M 404 

RICHARDSON BRUCE M 404 

RICHARDSON CAROL L 438 

RICHARDSON DONNA SUE 356 

RICHARDSON GAIL DIAN 356 

RICHARDSON GEORGE P 356 

RICHARDSON HOWES D J 356 

RICHARDSON JACQUELIN 458 

RICHARDSON JILL 404 

RICHARDSON KAREN L 382 

RICHARDSON LINDA LEE 356 

RICHARDSON PATRICIA 404 

RICHARDSON SONIA L 458 

RICHES SHERRY LYNNE 356 

RICHINS KAREN JEAN 356 

RICHINS KEITH WARREN 357 

RICHINS RUSSELL BOYD 357 

RICHMAN BRENT PAGE 382 

RICKARDS JUDITH E 357 



RICKS BETH ELLEN 438 

RICKS DAVID ARTEL 404 

RICKS DAVID STODDARD 382 

RICKS FLORENCE JUNE 382 

RICKS NAOMI 382 

RICKS SHARLA DAWN 356 

RIEDEL GWENDOLYN 357 

RIEPE PATRICIA CHERY 357 

RIGAUD JCANOCLAUDE L 357 

RIGBY JOY RUTH 382 

RIG6Y RODNEY RICHARD 357 

RIGGS ANNA PUALINE 438 

RIGGS BRENT 404 

RIGGS CHARL WHITING 382 

RIGGS ELLA MAE 357 

RIGGS LAUREL RUTH 438 

RIMINGTON DAVID B 357 

RINUUEST HARRY H 404 

RIRIE WATSON ELMER 458 

RITTERSHAUSEN WiLLIA 404 

ROBBINS EDWARD CARL 382 

ROBBINS REAN LAVONE 357 

ROBBINS STANLEY ERVI 382 

RUBtRTS BcTTY DIAN 357 

ROBERTS BRUCE CHARLE 357 

ROBERTS CAROLYN 458 

ROBERTS DENISE BUTLE 382 

ROBERTS DIANE 357 

ROBERTS GARY EDWARD 404 

ROBERTS JERRY LEE 438 

ROBERTS KATHLEEN ROS 357 

ROBERTS LON JACKSON 357 

ROBERTS MARY M 404 

ROBERTS PAUL WALKER 382 

ROBERTS RHEA 404 

ROBERTS STEPHEN K 382 

ROBERTSON CHARLES L 357 

ROBERTSON CHARLET LE 357 

ROBERTSON JAMES M 404 

ROBERTSON LINDA 382 

ROBERTSON LYNNE 438 

ROBERTSON MARIE 382 

ROBERTSON MARY JAYNE 382 

ROBERTSON RICHARD OE 382 

ROBERTSON RICHARD MA 404 

ROBINS CAMILLE 382 

ROBINS DREW BINGHAM 357 

ROBINSON ALTA SUE 357 

ROBINSON CAROL 382 

458 ROBINSON DAPHNE ANN 357 

RUBINSON GENE ROLAND 458 

ROBINSON JANIE 404 

ROBINSON JEANETTE D 357 

ROBINSON JERRY WAYNE 382 

ROBINSON LYLE F 438 

ROBINSON MERRILLEE V 357 

ROBINSON NANCY KAREN 382 

ROBINSON WANDA BETH 357 

R06IS0N CALVIN RAY 382 

ROBISON HELEN 382 

ROBISON MARVIN H 438 

ROBISON PAMELA SUE 357 

ROBISON THERON WARD 382 

ROCKWELL BONNIE M 357 

ROCKWODD MARGIE SUE 404 

RODDICK BONNIE D 404 

RODERICK MARYANN 382 

ROGERS ADA LOU 357 

ROGERS ELLIS I 404 

ROGERS GAYLE 357 

ROGERS GEORGE BRUCE 357 

ROGERS KAY 382 

ROGERS LINDA GAYLE 357 

ROGERS MOANA JEAN 404 

ROGERS ROSE ANN 438 

ROGERS WINSLUW DON 438 



ROGERSON JOHN M 357 
ROGHAAR BONNIE RJTH 332 
ROHEAD JAMES ERNEST 434 
ROLAND JILL 357 

ROLFSO^ PATRICIA M\ 382 
ROLLINS NANCY bERNIC 382 
ROLLINS TRACY LORAIN 438 
ROLPH EARLCNc JENNiL 357 
ROMANO JON AOGOST 357 
ROMANS GREGORY LEE 357 
ROMERO PAULINE 357 
ROMERO SANTANITA 447 
ROMH KATHY LtIGH 382 
ROMNEY ELIZABETH A\\i 357 
«OMNEY LYNETTE 382 
RUOS MICHAEL ALBERT 404 
ROSADO RONALD OANILO 382 
ROSE CONNIE 6 438 

ROSE DORETTE CcCILC 434 
ROSE LINDA i^ 357 

ROSE MICHAEL LEE 404 
ROSE PAMELA ANN 357 
ROSE ROBERT DOUGLAS 404 
ROSE VERONICA MARY 404 
ROSHA THERESA TEANIN 404 
ROSS DAVID ALLEN 357 
ROSS KAREN 357 

ROSS MARK TIMOTHY 357 
ROSS NAN LOJISE 357 
ROSS WENDELL DAVID 357 
ROSS WILLIAM AUBREY 382 
ROSSI JOANNE 332 

ROSSMAN RONALD EDWaR 404 
ROSTRON IRA RALPH 438 
ROTH BARRY MICHAEL 404 
ROTH SANDRA LEt 357 
ROTHE JOANNE LOJISE 357 
ROTHER CARLA LUCILE 357 
ROTHER TRACY M 438 
ROTHLISBERGER ANNA L 438 
ROUNDS CAROLYN 357 
ROUNDY DENNIS PAUL 357 
ROUNDY ELLEN 382 

ROUT WAYNE 438 

ROwBERRY JO^i HENRY 357 
ROWE JOHN TARBET 357 
ROWE LAUANA KAYE 35/ 
ROWLAND GLORIA JEAN 357 
ROWLEY JANICE L 434 
ROWLEY KEITH D 357 
ROWLEY MARYE LOJISE 382 
ROWLEY ROGER PARK 438 
ROYALL DIANME 357 

ROYCE JOANNE E 383 
ROYCE MICHAEL ALAN 357 
ROYLANCE JOAN 404 

ROYLANCE JUDITH ANNE 434 
ROYLANCE SHARON LOIS 404 
RUDD FRANKLIN OAVIU 383 
RUHF SUSANNE 383 

RUGGLES RONALD WRAY 357 
RUGGLES SHARON IRENE 435 
RUHPF MARY SOSANNE 357 
RUNYON DAVID MICHAEL 357 
RURING DALERNA MAY 357 
RUSS SUSAN KAY 333 
RUSSELL ELIZABETH R 404 
RUSSELL HARLEY ROBER 357 
RUSSELL ROBERT ALLA>( 357 
RUSSON ANN VICTORIA 404 
RUSSON DAVID STANLEY 439 
RUSSON MARCIA LJCILL 357 
RUST DAVID (JALKER 439 
RUST MARVIN THOMAS 358 
RUTLEOGE EDITH IQNA 383 
RUTTER ROBERT F 404 



Rad to Rut 



475 



Index 



Rut to Sroi 



RUTTER WILLIAM FORRY 358 
RYTTING CLYDENE 358 
RYTTING JOSEPH HOWAR 404 
RYTTING LINtiA RUTH 383 



SAARI DONALD PETER 383 

SAARI VICTORIA EVELY 383 

SABtY JANICE 358 

SABEY PAUL GLENN 358 

SABEY SANDRA 358 

SABIN DARLEEN 383 

SABOURIN JON STEWART 404 

SADEN JUDITH ANN 404 

SAOLEIR KATHIE G 383 

SADLER A EUGENE 358 

SAGLRS MARLO WILLIAM 439 

SAGtRS MARY ANNA 358 

SAINSBURY WILLIAM E 383 

SAKAI DAN I 358 

SALARI MANIJEH 458 

SALIM MASSOOD M 439 

SALIM PARICHEHR 404 

SALIM R0UZ6EH 358 

SALISBURY JEAN 383 

SALTI AMER OMAR 458 

SALWAY IVA JEAN 383 

SAMIEE SAEED 358 

SAMPSON ALLEN ARDEN 439 

SAMPSON DAVID PAUL 383 

SAMPSON DEAN H 358 

SAMPSON DIXIE L 358 

SAMUELS GARRY MONTE 383 

SANDBERG SANDRA LYNN 458 

SANDERS BRENDA LOUIS 383 

SANDERS JERRY MICHAt 358 

SANDERS TERESA 358 

SANDERS W RICHARD 404 

SANDOR JAMES EUGENE 458 

SANFORD WAYNE L 383 

SANT DAVID DREW 383 

SANT ELIZABETH SARAH 383 

SANT GARY LERGY 439 

SANT ROBERT STEWART 383 

SATHER NELS MARIO 358 

SAUER BARBARA GALE 358 

SAUNDERS GARY P 383 

SAUNDERS KATHtRINE R 358 

SAUNDERS LARRY E 439 

SAUR PAMELIN SUSANNA 358 

SAVAGE GILBERT OWEN 383 

SAVAGE MARJORIE JANE 358 

SAZUE NANCY KATHRYN 358 

SCALPH NANCY SHARON 358 

SCAR8R0UGH LINDA C 404 

SCHADE ARMAND DENNIS 404 

SCHADE DAVID ORION 439 

SCHADE KENNETH KIRK 358 

SCHENK GREG FREDERIC 358 

SCHEURN JERRY L 404 

SCHICKEDANZ RICHARD 439 

SCHICKENDANZ MARTILA 383 

SCHIESS SHARON KAY 358 

SCHMIDT MARY E 404 

SCHMUTZ DIANNt 404 

SCHNEIDER ALBERT REX 439 

SCHOFIELD ABBY E 404 

SCHOFIELD MARY ELLEN 358 

SCHOLES LAUREL JANE 439 

SCHOLES LYNETTE 383 

SCHOLtS THOMAS M 383 

SCHOLZ ALBERT KRUEGE 358 

SCHOONMAKER JOHN A 383 



SCHORR JOHN WILLIAM 358 

SCHOW JR DOUGLAS 383 

SCHRADER ARLENE CLAR 383 

SCHUCK BRIAN EDWARD 404 

SCHULTHIES BRENT BAI 247 

SCHUMACHER ROBERT J 358 

SCHWEITZER KAREN LEE 358 

SChWtNDIMAN UWIGHT P 358 

SCGFFIELD BLANCHE C 358 

SCQRESBY FRED LEROY 404 

SCOTT EILEEN SUE 383 

SCOTT GORDON KENT 358 

SCOTT JOYCE ELAINE 383 

SCOTT LARRY DU WAYNE 439 

SCOTT LINDA CAROL 383 

SCOTT NANCY RUTH 358 

SCOTT RICHARD KEITH 358 

SCOTT ROBERT OSWALD 358 

SCOTT VIOLA JEAN 383 

SCRIBNLR STEPHEN P 383 

SEALEY SHANNON M 358 

SEAMONS KAREN 404 

SEAMONS LARRY VERN 383 

SEARLE LORETTA 358 

SEARLE SHERLENE 439 

SEARS LYNOEN W 358 

SEARS ROGER GIBSON 439 

SEBALD SUSAN LYNN 358 

SEOERHOLM JACK PAUL 439 

SEDWICK KERRY BRENT 358 

SEELEY LINDA JOY 383 

SEELY JOAN LYNN 358 

SEEMAN RUSSELL ELMER 358 

SEGERSTEDT MARILYN H 358 

SEGO RODNEY REXFORD 358 

SEGO VIRGINIA L 358 

SEILER CAROL JEANNE 358 

SEKIYA FLOYD TADAO 358 

SELF HARVEY RICHARD 358 

SELPH JERRY WAYNE 383 

SERRANO ANGELA R 358 

SESSIONS LYNDA LEE 383 

SESSIONS MICHAEL DEL 404 

SESSIONS SHARON RUTH 383 

SETTERS NORMAN LEE 383 

SEVEREIDE STEVE LARS 358 

SEVERSON LAWRENCE L 358 

SEWARD SUSAN MARY 404 

SHAFER SUSAN V 358 

SHAFTER CHERRYL EDIT 404 

SHAKESPEARE hILLIAM 358 

SHANE MICHAEL GEORGE 358 

SHARP JANET OBORN 383 

SHARP JUNE ANN 383 

SHARP MERNA LOU 383 

SHARP MERRILL KIM 404 

SHARP PAMELA NEARAH 439 

SHARPE JANET LORRAIN 358 

SHAW JAMES EARL 358 

SHEDD ROBERT LYLE 404 

SHEETS DONNA LEE 383 

SHEFFER ROSALIE L 358 

SHEFFIELD DONNA 383 

SHELDON GARY LANI 404 

SHELLENBERGER TERRY 439 

SHELTON BURTON R 439 

SHEPARD CHARLES B 404 

SHEPHERD SANDRA 358 

SHEPHERD SHARON LEE 358 

SHERWOOD ADRIENNE E 358 

SHERWOOD LINDA 383 

SHERWOOD SHARON 383 

SHIELDS COLLEEN 383 

SHIELDS JOHN DAVID 358 

SHIH SUE SHUH HUEY 359 

SHIMODA MARY JANE 404 



SHINGLETON JENIFER V 
SHINGLETON SELMA ANN 
SHINKLE ELDON DWANE 
ShIUZAWA JO ELLEN 
SHIPLEY STEPHEN PAUL 
SHIPP ROBERT STEELE 
SHIRLEY HAROLD GRANT 
SHIRTS JACK REED 
SHIRZAD KHOSROW 
SHIU ANTONIO N S 
SHORT DENNIS ROBERT 
SHORTEN JULIE 
SHOVELLED WALTER JOH 
SHOWGREN ERIC CONRAD 
SHRIVER PAMELA LYNNE 
SHUEY PAMELA J 
SHULEY RON GENE 
SHUMAN JR JAMES GRAN 
SHUMWAY CAROL RAL 
SHUMWAY UIANE 
SHUMWAY GENAY 
SHUMWAY LINDA 
SHURTLEFF LOU JEAN 
SHURTLEFF NORENt 
SHURTLEFF PHILIP S 
SHURTS EUGENE F 
SHURTS MARGRtT S 
SIBBETT BENJAMIN 
SIBLEY DUUGLftS PAUL 
SIDUOWAY CHARYL ANIT 
SIODOWAY VERLA 
SIDWELL NANCY LEE 
SIDWELL STEPHEN M 
SIEBENBERG WILLIAM D 
SIEVERTS KATHLEEN 
SIEWERT INGRID W 
SIGLER DONALD EDWARD 
SILK SUSAN CAROL 
SUVA SUSAN ELIZABET 
SIMISKEY PATRICK L 
SIMMONDS JULIE ANN 
SIMMONS ANN ELIZABET 
SIMMONS ARNOLD LEROY 
SIMMONS JAY ROBERT 
SIMMONS JULIA MELLIS 
SIMMONS LINDA SUE 
SIMMS BARBARA JEAN 
SIMONS PETIE EUGENIE 
SIMPER PAMELA LAURA 
SIMPSON NEIL JAMES 
SIMS LARAINE SIGRID 
SIMS MERLENE 
SINGER CAROLYN JEAN 
SIRRINE DONNA JLA/-^ 
SIRRINE HELEN AFTON 
SISSON DAVID MICHAEL 
SIU KATHERINE WING I 
SJOBLOM MARILEE 
SKINNER KATHRYN ETTA 
SKINNER KLEE L 
SKINNER PAULA 
SKINNER TERRELL EBOR 
SKOUSEN EVA DOREEN 
SKOUSEN JULIANNE 
SKOUSEN LINDA 
SKOW KAREN KATHLEEN 
SLAGLE ALMA RUTH 
SLATER MARY ETHEL 
SLAUGH DANIEL LAIRD 
SLAUGHTER DA^ID LEE 
SLEIGHT WAYNE 
SLINK SANDRA KAY 
SLOAN KATHLEEN 
SLOAN RUTH MAUREEN 
SLOBODIAN ROBERT PAU 
SLOCUM KATHERINE J 



43^ 


SLOCUM MELVIN LEROY 


458 


359 


SLUSHER DONMA GENE 


333 


359 


SMART 


CAROL EILEEN 


403 


359 


SMART 


DOROTHY ANN 


359 


383 


SMARl 


KATHLEEN G 


359 


359 


SMART 


LYNDA 


371 


383 


SMART 


PAuL FLOYD 


359 


359 


SMt 


THURST SHARON AN^^ 


440 


359 


SMI 


GELSKI LEOPOLD B 


440 


439 


SMI 


LEU 


NANCI LEE 


359 


383 


SMI 


TH 


ANnALEE 


3S3 


383 


SMI 


TH 


ANNETTE ALICE 


359 


404 


SMI 


Th 


bARBARA JLJ^JE 


359 


359 


SMI 


TH 


BRENDA 


334 


404 


SMI 


TH 


CAROL AGNES 


359 


359 


SMI 


TH 


CAROLYN LOJISE 


359 


439 


SMI 


TH 


CHADWICK E 


44J 


359 


SMI 


TH 


CHARLOTTc 


433 


383 


SMI 


TH 


CHEERI LUNNE 


3d4 


458 


SMI 


TH 


CHERYL DEE 


405 


383 


SMI 


TH 


CHRISTINE ALEM 


359 


383 


SMI 


TH 


CHRISTINc J 


443 


359 


SMI 


TH 


CLAUDIA JOAN 


405 


359 


SMI 


TH 


DALE ANDELIN 


359 


405 


SMI 


IH 


DAVID F JR 


4J5 


359 


SMI 


TH 


DENNIS C 


384 


405 


SMI 


TH 


DIANA 


359 


405 


SMI 


TH 


DIANE 


359 


359 


SMI 


TH 


niANi«iA LYNjME 


334 


4o;j 


SMI 


TH 


ERIC JOH.>, 


359 


383 


SMI 


TH 


EVELYN 


359 


383 


SMI 


TH 


FERN ALICE 


359 


359 


SMI 


TH 


GARY \OEL 


359 


383 


SMI 


Th 


GARY RICHARD 


384 


439 


SMI 


TH 


GARY KJLANiD 


384 


405 


SMI 


TH 


GERALD WALTER 


359 


383 


SM 


TH 


GLORIA ANM 


359 


359 


SMI 


TH 


HAROLD DERRELL 


384 


359 


SMI 


In 


JACK DEVaL 


384 


439 


SMI 


TH 


JAMES JAY 


359 


383 


SMI 


TH 


JEAN 


359 


359 


SMI 


TH 


JO ELLEN 


38'. 


359 


SM 


TH 


KAREN 


359 


405 


SM 


Tm 


KAREN AN;m 


3b4 


359 


SHI 


TH 


KAREN GAf 


443 


439 


SM 


TH 


KATHLEEN 


364 


405 


SM 


TH 


LhOLA JOAN 


44J 


359 


SMI 


TH 


LEON JAY 


435 


359 


SM 


TH 


LESLIE 


339 


405 


SM 


TH 


LINDA JO 


359 


359 


SM 


TH 


LOUISE 


435 


383 


SM 


TH 


LUANN 


443 


383 


SM 


TH 


MADY FELTS 


443 


359 


SM 


TH 


MARGARET ANN 


405 


44U 


SM 


TH 


y.AX BftYNfc 


359 


359 


SM 


TH 


MICHAEL WAYNE 


304 


359 


SMI 


Th 


MILAN DALE JR 


433 


359 


SM 


TH 


MONTE GENE 


458 


405 


SMI 


TH 


NANCY ANN 


359 


359 


SMI 


TM 


NANCY IRENE 


405 


383 


SM 


TH 


NATHAN JuROML 


440 


383 


SM 


Th 


NOEL EDWARD 


384 


383 


SM 


TH 


NORA SJE 


435 


405 


SM 


TH 


OLIVIA LEA 


3B4 


405 


SM 


TH 


PATRICIA 


384 


359 


SM 


TH 


PAULINE 


359 


448. 


440 SM 


TH 


RAY 


40 r 


359 


SMI 


TH 


RICHARD A 


43 J 


405 


SM 


TH 


RICHARD CASSIT 


364 


383 


SM 


TH 


ROBERT LYNN 


44U 


38 3 


SMI 


TH 


ROBERT W 


384 


440 


SMI 


TH 


RODNEY CRAIG 


384 


440 


SM 


Th 


ruimAld jay 


359 


383 


SM 


TH 


ROSETIA 


359 


359 


SMI 


TH 


ROY \/ERNON 


359 


359 


SMI 


TH 


SAMUEL HAROLD 


3b4 



Rut to Smi 



476 



Smi to Tay 



SMITH SANDARA JCAN 384 
SMITH SANDRA 384 

SMITH SHERRY LEE 359,405 
SMITH SHERRY VALINE 359 
SMITH STELLA LOUISE 3a4 
SMITH STEPHEN MARK 359 
SMITH STEWART EUGENE 359 
SMITH SYDNEY SHARON 446 
SMITH THOMAS PRESTON 359 
SMITH VALORIE JEANNE 384 
SMITH VIRGIL BUSHMAN 458 
SMITH VIRGINIA SUE 359 
SMITH VIVIAN DIANNE 384 
SMOOT DIANA 384 

SMURTHWAITE SUSAN AN 359 
SMYTH CHESTER KEMP 359 
SNELSON BETTE FERN 384 
SNOW CURTIS LEE 360 
SNOW DIANNE 384 

SNOW EVELYN GAYLE 384 
SNOW GEORGE KING 360 
SNOW JAN LENORE 360 
SNOW PHYLLIS ANN 384 
SNOW SUZANNE 384 

SNYDER JAN STEVEN 440 
SODERBORG RUTH JEAN 360 
SOELBERG LE GRAND 8 440 
SCH PING 440 

SOLBERG JERRY ARTHUR 405 
SOLOMON ELBERT NORMA 384 
SCLOMON SANDRA 384 
SCLOVI PENIZMINA P 384 
SOMMERFELDT DANIEL M 360 
SONDER RICHARD EUGEN 440 
SONKENS JERRY WAYNE 384 
SOONG WARREN KON HIN 440 
SORENSEN CAROLYN LEE 360 
SORtNSEN CHAD BRENT 360 
SORENSEN CLIFFORD G 440 
SORENSEN JAY DEAN 384 
SORENSEN JEANNE 360 
SORENSEN JtROLD R 405 
SORENSEN KAREN L 360 
SORENSEN LESLIE ANN 384 
SORENSEN LINDA JEAN 405 
SORtNSEN MARTI LYNNE 405 
SORENSEN NAN 384 

SORENSEN ROBERT W 360 
SORENSEN ROGER LEE 405 
SORtNSEN SHEILA KAY 360 
SORENSEN SUSAN RAE 360 
SORENSON BOYD WAYNE 384 
SORENSON BRICE K 440 
SORENSON FRANK ORVIL 360 
SORENSON ROBERT EARL 384 
SORENSON STEVE C 405 
SORRELL VICTORIA 360 
SOTER CONSTANCE 384 
SOUTH STANLEY WAYNE 384 
SOUTHWELL ROLLIN GLE 405 
SOUTHWORTH JAMES C 360 
SOWBY CAROLE JANE 360 
SOWERS JACK CLAIR 440 
SPACKMAN DENNIS PAUL 360 
SPAGENSKI DIANE P 360 
SPANGLER SANDRA T 384 
SPARHAWK GEORGE S 384 
SPARKS LAVORN GREER 440 
SPATIG MAX 405 

SPEAKMAN SUE ANNE 360 
SPEER GALE HILLARO 458 
SPEIERMAN W CHATELAI 440 
SPENCER LEONA JO 384 
SPENCER MARIE 360 

SPENCER NORMAN LLOYD 360 
SPENCER PAULETTE ANN 360 



Index 



SPENCER RICHARD H 384 
SPENCER SARA KATHLEE 440 
SPENCER STEPHEN A 440 
SPENDAL PAUL ANTHONY 360 
SPENDLOVE E MARIA 360 
SPENDLOVE ERNEST E 441 
SPENDLOVE LESLIE RAE 405 
SPILSBURY MARIE 360 
SPITTLER GAIL KAREN 360 
SPOHR PAMELA JEAN 441 
SPONSELLER KAREN R 360 
SPRACKLIN PATRICIA 384 
SPRACKLIN WAYNE D 360 
SPROUL CHRISTINE 360 
SPROUL JERRY KENNETH 360 
SPROUL NEDRA 360 

SPROUSE DIANA JOAN 441 
SPURGEON MAXINE ROSE 384 
SQUIERS JUDITH RAE 405 
SQUIRES LORIN EARL 360 
STAFFORD JAMES HENRY 405 
STAGG TERRY C 360 
STAHLE SHARON 441 

STALEY JOHN DAVID 360 
STALLINGS CAROL ANIT 447 
STAMPS VIRGINIA L 405 
STANDAGE KAY 360 

STANDING MARTHA LYNN 360 
STANELI SHARLENE 405 
STANFORD MARION 360 
STANGErt NANCY LYNN 360 
STANGER WILLIAM C 384 
STANLEY JON CLAYTON 405 
STANLEY LESLIE ANN 360 
STANLEY MICHAEL WAYN 405 
STAPLES ANN LORRAINE 360 
STAPLES RICHARD C 405 
STAPLEY DEANNA 360 
STAPLEY VICKI JEANNE 384 
STARK RANDOLPH W 384 
STARK SHERILYN IRENE 360 
STARR JOHATHAN C 360 
STAY RANDALL WILLIAM 360 
STAYNER LANA JEAN 384 
STEELE LLOYD DAVID 441 
STEELE THOMAS STEWAR 360 
STEENE JUDITH ALICE 384 
STEFFEN SHARON KAY 448, 
STEIMLE LINDA PAGE 384 
STEIMLE RONALD MORRI 405 
STEIMLE WILLIAM L 441 
STEIN BONNIE BEA 360 
STELLUTI JAMES 360 
STENTZEL SYDNEY LAYN 360 
STEPHENS CATHY 384 
STEPHENS DALE SCOTT 360 
STEPHENS MARY ALICE 360 
STEPHENSEN JUDY ANN 360 
STEPHENSON GEORGE L 384 
STEPHENSON GWEN 360 
STEPHENSON SHARON AN 458 
STEPHENSON SHARON I 360 
STEPHENSON SHARON J 384 
STEPHENSON SUZANNE 360 
STERRETT BEVERLY JEA 405 
STERZIK CHRISTIANE 360 
STETTLER ANNETTE 360 
STEUART BRADLEY w 441 
STEVENS ANNETTE T 360 
STEVENS AUDREY CHERY 384 
STEVENS CARL DENTON 360 
STEVENS CLYOA 441 

STEVENS DANNY ROSS 360 
STEVENS JR JAY REED 405 
STEVENS MARJORIE LYN 360 
STEVENS MARY ANN 384 



STEVENSON CRAIG EMIL 
STEVENSON KATHLEEN T 
STEVENSON L DEE 
STEWART ALLEN PAUL 
STEWART GAYLAN VANNO 
STEWART JOYCE 
STEWART LYNNE ARMINT 
STEWART RUTH 
STEWART SHARON 
STILLMAN SUZANNE 
STIRLAND JANET WORTH 
STOCK CATHERINE MAE 
STOCK ROBERT B 
STOCKDALE CAROL 
STOCKFOKU MICHAEL L 
STOCKING CALVIN CRAI 
STOCKWELL ROBERT ALA 
STOCKWELL VIRGINIA S 
STODDARD DENIS WALDO 
STODDARD JACQUELINE 
STODDARD JANE ALLISU 
STODDARD JEAN ARDELL 
STODDARD JUDY ANN 
STODDARD LEON EUGENE 
STOFFERS KENNETH M 
STOKER NANCY EVELYN 
STOKES BRENT DARRELL 
STOKES RANAE 
STONE EMERYN MOANA 
STONE JEANNE ALOHA 
STONE LORAINE 
STONE LYNDA EILEEN 
STONE MARILYN 
STONE RAChEL DIANE 
STONE ROBERT CLYDE 
STOimE SUSAN 
STONE WILLIAM JACK 
STONER ROY LESLIE 
STOREY CAROL MARY 
STOREY TAWNA PALMER 
STORHEIM JOHN ENGH 
STORRS KAREN LEE 
STORRS SHARON 
STOSICH ESTHER P 
STOUT CAROL LEE 
STOWE NANCY 
STOWELL JULENE 
441 STOWELL RICHARD H 
STRANG JOHN DOUGLAS 
STRATE ERIC S 
STRATE JANEVA 
STRATFORD SANDRA 
STRATTON ANN 
STREET SHIRLEY ANN 
STRICKLAND DAVID 
STRINGAM MAUREEN 
STRINGER CARMA JEAN 
STRINGHAM BARBARA B 
STRINGHAM N CLARK 
STRODE MICHAEL ROSS 
STRONG GRAHAM WILFRI 
STRONG J NIEL 
STRONG ROBERT JACK 
STRONG SUSAN KAYE 
STROUD DORIS ANN 
STROUP DOYLE BONHAM 
STROZEWSKI SUE 
STRUHS LINDA JUNE 
STRUPP PETE A 
STRUVE KENNETH W 
STUART SHERRY 
STUCK SUSANNt LYNN 
STUCKI GAYE ESTHER 
STUDEBAKER CHARLENE 
STUTZ PRISCILLA H 
STUTZNEGGER JULIE 



360 


SU YIH CHEM 


335 


384 


SUDWEEKS IRENE 


435 


441 


SUDWEEKS JOAN LYNETT 


385 


384 


SUDWEEKS WALTER B 


441 


405 


SUGGS CHARLES L 


361 


384 


SUICO RICHARD ALLEN 


442 


360 


SULLIVAN MICHAEL J 


385 


384 


SULLIVAN NOEL CLYDE 


36i 


384 


SULLlVAN SUSAN 


361 


40 5 


SUMMERHAYS BRIANT 


361 


405 


SUMMERS KENNETH K 


442 


384 


SUMMERS SUSAN DIANE 


361 


441 


SUNDERLAND ROBERT A 


385 


441 


SUNDRUU REED BRJCE 


361 


384 


SWAIN SANDRA JEANNE 


361 


360 


SWAN JAMES ALBEKF 


405 


360 


SWANSOiN LAVEKN G 


361 


360 


SWANSON SHi.lLA 


385 


405 


SWEAT DORSEY MAXWELL 


361 


360 


SWENSEN KAY HUNTER 


3B5 


384 


SWCNSON CAROLYN 


435 


405 


SwcNSON KRISTINA 


361 


384 


SWENSON MARY ANN 


361 


441 


SWIFT ANN ANJOREW 


385 


384 


SWINYARD WILLIAM R 


442 


405 


SWOPb MICHELE 


361 


384 


SYKES THOMAS GEORGE 


458 


385 


SYLVESTER DIEDRI K 


361 


441 


SYMONS JAN KAY 


361 


405 


SYMPSON JUDY KAY 


361 


405 






385 






385 


' 1 * 




405 


J_ 




441 






360 


TADJE JACQUELINE ANN 


361 


360 


TADJL MARY GAY 


406 


405 


TAGG JUANITA J 


42? 


360 


TA3GART JOHN CHARLES 


365 


385 


TALBOT JULIE MARLENE 


361 


385 


TALQuT iNORMAN KuRT 


385 


360 


TALBOT WILLIAM HUGH 


385 


361 


TAH TOMMY MAY SANG 


335 


405 


TANGA CARL TSUYUSHI 


442 


361 


TANGREN NANCY ANN 


361 


385 


TANNER BARBARA 


442 


385 


TANNER CLEORA JANE 


361 


385 


TANNER UUANE D 


385 


441 


TANNER JOHN HARVEY 


361 


361 


TANNER LINDA 


385 


361 


TANNER NANCY ANN 


442 


448, 


441 TANNER TERRI 


361 


361 


TANNER WILMER LYNN 


442 


405 


TAPIA CARMELA F 


361 


361 


TAPLEY JOEL LANE 


385 


441 


TARTER STANLEY JAMES 


385 


385 


TARVIN CHARLES L 


361 


441 


TARWATER LYNETTE 


385 


441 


TARWATER MACH 


335 


361 


TATE LOLA TAHSUN 


361 


441 


TAIE RULUN LAMUNT 


361 


361 


TATMAN GEORGE FRANC! 


3B5 


361 


TAUBE SUSANNE J 


361 


405 


TAWZER LYNN HYRJM 


361 


361 


TAYLOR ALLAN GRANT 


361 


441 


TAYLOR ANTHONY HANSE 


458 


405 


TAYLOR BUNITA ANN 


44^ 


361 


TAYLOR CAROLE JUNE 


442 


405 


TAYLOR CHARLES JERRY 


385 


361 


TAYLOR CLINTA DEANNE 


361 


361 


TAYLOR DAVID ARTHUR 


361 


405 


TAYLUR DAYNA KAY 


361 


385 


TAYLOR FRED RALPH 


361 


361 


TAYLOR GARY CHARLES 


361 


441 


TAYLOR GENIEVE 


361 


361 


TAYLOR JACQUELINE M 


361 



Smi to Tay 



b. 



477 



Index 



TAYLOR JANET 385 

TAYLOR JANET LOUISE 406 

TAYLOR JOHN HENDERSO 361 

TAYLOR JULIE ANNE 361 

TAYLOR KAREN 406 

TAYLOR KATHY 361 

TAYLOR KRISTIN RUTH 361 

TAYLOR LINDA LEE 385 

TAYLOR LORIN PARRY 406 

TAYLOR LYNNE f^ARLENE 361 

TAYLOR MARY JEAN 385 

TAYLOR MORRIS LEE 361 

TAYLOR ORVAL K JR 406 

TAYLOR PATRICIA ANN 361 

TAYLOR PAULA JOYCE 385 

TAYLOR RONALD CARL 406 

TAYLOR ROY NATHAN 442 

TAYLOR SHARON ANN 365 

TAYLOR SHERYL 361 

TAYLOR STEPHEN ARNOL 406 

TAYLOR STEPHEN KROGE 385 

TAYLOR SYLVIA 361 

TAYLOR TANYA 361 

TAYLOR TIMOTHY KENT 361 

TAYLOR TOM 361 

TAYLOR WAYNE SCOTT 361 

TAYLOR WILLIAM 385 

TAYSOM BEVERLY S 442 

TAYSOM CONRAD ORRIN 362 

TEACHOUT RODNEY R 385 

TbBBS LINDA SUE 362 

TECUMSEH SACAJAWEA R 385 

TEEL ROBERT C 458 

TEEMANT TIIU 406 

TEEPLES KAREN KAY 385 

TENNEY SANDRA FERN 362 

TENNEY THOhAS REED 385 

TERRY ROBERT LEE 385 

TERRY SANDRA KAY 442 

TERRY VIVIAN M 362 

TERRY WAYNE TAYLOR 442 

TERUYA ALLAN FRANCIS 406 

TEW CLAYTON LEE 385 

THALMANN FLORANCE G 442 

THATCHER AUSTIN B 385 

THATCHER DONALD J 362 

THATCHER JOYCE MARIE 362 

THATCHER ROBERT ALTO 385 

THATCHER SUSAN LEILA 385 

THAYER NAOMI ABIGAIL 406 

THAYN STEPHANIE JUNE 362 

THELIN GENEVA IRENE 385 

THIBODEAU RICHARD T 385 

THIEMANN RICHARD C 362 

IHODAL THOR HENNING 406 

THOMAS ANN BURDEN 385 

THOMAS BILLY EVAN 385 

THOMAS DAVID MERRILL 362 

THOMAS DIAN 385 

THOMAS JANET MARIE 362 

THOMAS JAY ERNEST 406 

THOMAS KAREN MILDRED 362 

THOMAS LINDA 442 

THOMAS MARGARET M 362 

THOMAS MICHAEL DAVID 385 

THOMAS NANCY 406 

THOMAS NEAL MERRIL 442 

THOMAS PAUL MICHAEL 385 

THOMAS SHERI LEA 362 

THOMAS STEPHEN GRANT 362 

THOMAS STEVEN MARK 385 

THOMAS TRUDY DELOIS 442 

THOMASSIAN SABAH D 362 

THOMPSON ANDREW R 362 

THOMPSON BARBARA 362 

THOMPSON BEVERLY A 385 



Tay to Wal 



THOMPSON BYRON DELMU 362 

THOMPSON CLAUDIA 385 

THOMPSON DEAN 362 

THOMPSON DOROTHY ANN 442 

THOMPSON DOUGLAS F 362 

THOMPSON KATHLEEN 442 

THOMPSON KENNETH R 385 

THOMPSON LAMAR D 362 

THOMPSON LOIS ANNE 362 

THOMPSON MARSHA LOU 385 

THOMPSON PATSY RUTH 362 

THOMPSON ROGER MARK 406 

THOMPSON SPENCER K 385 

THOMSON CHERYL J 362 

THOMSON JUDITH RAE 406 

THOMSON MAUREEN 385 

THOMSON RUTH ALENE 385 

THORESEN JUDY LUANA 385 

THORESEN T KATHLENE 385 

THORN ROBYN LEE 362 

THORNBURGH JAN H 385 

THORNE RUTHANNE 385 

THORNHILL LOAHNNA 442 

THORNLEY DIANE 442 

THORNOCK GLORIA 362 

THORNTON TRENT C 362 

THORPE DONALD ANTHON 362 

THORUP JAY BRYCE 385 

THORUP LINDA LAPREAL 442 

THUESON DENNIS FORD 362 

THULIN NITA JEAN 385 

THUNELL ANN MARIE 385 

THUNELL LAGENE 442 

THURBER LYNETTE 385 

THYGERSON NANCY C 448,442 

TIBBITTS CRAIG B 406 

TIBBITTS DEAN EDWiN 385 

TIBBITTS MICHEAL G 385,406 

TIBBITTS THOMAS ALLE 362 

TIDBALL GAYE 362 

TIDWELL ALLAN RICHAR 385 

TIFFANY LAUREL L 385 

TILTON MARTHA JONES 442 

TIMMERMAN JR WILLIAM 443 

TIMMONS PAULA IRENE 443 

TING LOONG 443 

TINGEY DELBERT LEROY 386 

TINGEY JUDITH K 362 

TINGEY LOWELL REES 443 

TINGEY THOMAS J 443 

TINGEY WARD MAX 406 

TIPTON DIANNE 406 

TIPTON MARJORIE 443 

TLUSTEK HEINJUERGEN 362 

TUDD LOREEN 386 

TODO MARCA JEANE 362 

TOLD THOMAS NELSON 386 

TOLLEFSON RONALD w 362 

TOLLEY LYNN JACK 406 

TULLcY TERRY MARIt 386 

TOLLSTRUP VICKI 362 

TOLMAN CHRISTINE M 362 

TOLMAN INA LYNNE 362 

TOLMAN PAMELA JO 362 

TOLMAN RICHARD LEc 443 

TOLMAN RODNEY WAYNE 406 

TOLMAN THOMAS LEE 362 

TOLMAN WAYNE ALLEN 443 

TOMLINSON BLANCHE 406 

TOMLINSON DIANA P 362 

TONG VERONICA LEHUA 406 

TONKS CARALEE 406 

TORBET LINDA CAROL 362 

TORGESEN ALLENE 443 
TORGESEN GERALD WAYN 386 

TORONTO LINDA 443 



TORONTO ROGER FRED 
TORRES CARY 
TORSAK CAROL ANN 
TOTH ARTALEE GEZA 
TOWNSEND LYNDA ANN 
TOYN KATHERINE ANN 
TRAPNELL FREDERICK E 
TREE PHILLIP NORMAN 
TRENDLER TERRY 
TRENT RUELL STANLEY 
TREStDER STEPHEN 
TRIPP MARSHA RAE 
TROFF ARNO nILLIAM 
TROTTIER DONALD H 
TROUTNER FLORA NELLI 
TRQXEL MOLA JANE 
TRUHAN CUREEN JEAN 
TRUNNELL MERRADYTH A 
TRUNNELL NANCY M 
TUCKER DAVIU GREER 
TUCKER LINDA JEAN 
TUCKER RONALD TOM 
TUCKFIELD MARY ANN 
TUELLER CAROLYN 
TUFT GERRY WAYNE 
TUFTS TRUDY 
TULLOS NAPOLEON J 
TUMMINS KARE'^ MAUREE 
TURLEY ARLENE 
TURLEY BRtNTNELL 
TURLEY CAROLYN 
TURLEY JOHN NEWELL 
TURLEY KIMBERN w 
TURLEY LUANA MAY 
TURNER CORA JANE 
TURNER JR JOHNNY S 
TURNER JUDY ANN 
TURNER MALDWYN 
TURNER RALPH MICHAEL 
TURNER ROBERT DUKE 
TURNER ROSEMARY 
TURNER ROSS DONALDSO 
TURNER SHARON J 
TURNER SUSANNE 
TURNER TOM NEIL 
TURPIN LARRY BRUCE 
TURPIN WAYNE STERLIN 
TUTTLE JK LtWIS ALLt 
TUTTLE STEWART D 
TVETER CLIFFORD JUDD 
TWELVES VALERIE 
TWITTY MICHAEL H 
TYCHSEN RACHEL GEERT 
TYLER KATHLEEN ANNE 
TYLER MA-lIE ANN 
TYLER PAMELA 
TYRA BARBARA MAE 
TYRE KENNETH ANDREW 
TYSUAL ELIZABETH ANN 
TYSDAL KALLIb LOU 



362 
386 
406 
406 
362 
386 
406 
406 
386 
443 
443 
362 
443 
443 
386 
362 
406 
362 
386 
458 
386 
362 
362 
386 
362 
362 
443 
36.' 
386 
443 
362 
362 
406 
406 
386 
406 
406 
443 
406 
362 
386 
362 
443 
362 
362 
362 
406 
362 
443 
406 
386 
362 
406 
386 
406 
406 
386 
362 
443 
406 



V 



u 



VALENTINE CRISTINA R 
VALENTINE RUGER LEL 
VAN AALST AJKJE C 
VAN ALFEN MARCIA LEE 
VAN UEBURG MARSHA S 
VAN UORN MICHAEL KAY 
VAN LEUVEN EDMUND W 
VAN NEWKIRK BONNIE J 
VAN ORUEN B^JCE A 
VAN KE.JSSELAER F K 
VAN VERUNA ADA 
VAN WAUENEN VICKI C 
VAN WAGONER MAoELYN 
VAN hAlfONER RICHARD 
VAN WEkt FRcDRlC R 
VANCE MARGARET 
VANDEMAELE JUDITH L 
VANDER KOOI BARBARA 
VANDERSTEK JENNIFER 
VANDYKE GLORIA JEAN 
VANDYKE JEANNI.'.E 
VANTASSELL GLEN LANE 
VANWAGONER DAVID LEE 
VARGj EILEEN KAy 
VARNtY DIANE ELAINE 
VARNEY NAUINE 
VAUGHN K.ATHLEEN 
VEAL JAMES RICHARD 
VERHAAREN NURHA JOAN 
VERNON JJLIET 
VERNON PHILIP 
VIAS PHILIP ROY 
VICKERS CLARA ANN 
VICKERY LYNDEN S 
VIENCEK ROBERT SAMUE 
VIGOREN RONALD WAYNE 
VILLIARO ALVA RAc 
VINING MILDRED J 
VOGLER SJSAN ANN 
VONK RONALD AR I E 
VQSS EVA MAY 
VOSS RALPH NEIL 



w 



UDALL MICHAEL S 386 
UDALL STEVEN MICHAEL 362 
UOY JOYCE HELEN 443 
UHL DEBORAH ANN 363 
UIBEL FREDERICK BREN 363 
UNDERWOOD SHERIAN AN 406 
UNGERMAN PHILIP S 386 
URIEN DONNA MAY 386 
UZELAC ROBERT MICHAE 441 



WAUOELLE WH H III 
WAUDOUPo VENICE C 
WADE GARY L 
WADE GENE DAVIDA 
hADLEIGH MARGARET E 
WADLEY MARY 
nADSwORTH BRENT EARL 
WACSwORIH DENNIS ORI 
nAGNLR OIANc 
WAGNER tDGAR LEROY J 
nAGNER RICHARD G 
rtAGONER CHARLES R 
hAGSTAFF COLENc 
WAHLEN JUDY ANN 
wAHLUUIST JJLIE L 
WA1N«RIGHT CHARLES w 
WAITE JANET 
WAITE NORMAN EVAN 
WAITE hEnDELL LEROY 
WAKEFIELD CAROL M 
hAKEFILLD LARAINE 
WALBURGER JJOY 
mALCH (.ILLARD &EAN 

baldbeise may LJE 

hALDEN KAREN ELLA 
WALDO wILLARC DEAN 



363 
3B6 
4<i3 
336 
363 
363 
363 
363 
363 
363 
406 
4D6 
443 
363 
363 
436 
363 
36j 
363 
3t.6 
3a6 
4u6 
3b6 
4J6 
436 
363 
363 
4j7 
443 
443 
363 
406 
406 
4Q6 
386 
444 
436 
444 
406 
363 
406 
406 



365 
363 
363 
363 
363 
444 
406 
336 
448 
443 
363 
444 
386 
386 
336 
363 
363 
406 
44 3 
448 
386 
444 
444 
363 
363 
363 



Tay to Wal 



478 



I 



Wal to Wil 



Index 



hALDRON GARY G 363 
ViALK JOANN MARIE 363 
WALKENHORST JUDITH 444 
WALKER BEVERLY J 386 
hALKEK CAROL ANN 363 
WALKER DARLbNE 363 
WALKER ELAINE 443 
WALKER JANICE 363 

WALKER JOHN DAVIES 458 
WALKER JOSEPH ALLEN 406 
WALKER KENNETH HURRA 363 
WALKER KENNETH R 406 
WALKER MARTHA 386 

WALKER MASON PORTER 386 
WALKER PONDA JEAN 363 
WALKER RONALD MICHAE 443 
WALKER ROYCE BRENT 459 
WALKER RUTH ARDEANE 363 
WALKER SANDRA EILEEN 406 
WALKER WAYNE ALLYN 363 
WALL CAROL ANN 363 
WALL ELIZABETH ANNE 386 
WALL FLOYD ALLEN 406 
WALL TIMOTHY PATRICK 363 
WALLACE DIANE 406 

WALLACE LAURA BETH 363 
WALLACE MYRLE LORILL 406 
WALLACE NANCY KAYE 386 
WALLACE STEPHEN K 365 
WALLACE SUSAN OIANNE 386 
WALLES JAMES DONALD 363 
WALLIN BRUCE GUY 386 
WALLIS ELIZABETH ANN 363 
WALLIS JAMES EDWIN J 363 
WALLIS JANET LEE 406 
WALLIS WILLIAM B JR 406 
WALSH ROBERT ANDREW 363 
WALT CAROL EILEEN 444 
WALTER JUDITH ANN 444 
WALTER RICHARD MARTI 363 
WALTER ROGER KENNETH 459 
WALTERS ORUCILLA P 363 
WALTERS GLENN 406 
WALTERS PEGGY ANN 363 
WALTON JULIE ANN 406 
WALTON SHELBY 386 
WANG CHARLES SHEAN C 443 
WANIC TONI KAY 363 
WARD DAVID BRUCE 363 
WARD DORCAS NATRONE 444 
WARD FOREST CLIFTON 363 
WARD GALE LEROY 459 
WARD GRANT REILLY 386 
WARD ILENE 363 

WARD JUDITH LUCILLE 386 
WARD LARRY KEITH 386 
WARD LORIN WILSON 406 
HARD MARILYN ANN 386 
WARD STEVEN LARRY 363 
WARD SUSAN DIANE 406 
WAROELL SANDRA DIANE 363 
WAROLEIGH GAY LYNN 444 
WARE BONNIE LUCILLE 386 
WARE CLAUDIA RAYE 363 
WARINER BONNIE SUE 363 
WARLDLE LARRY PAUL 386 
WARNER BETTY MARIE 444 
WARNER LORENE 406 
WARNER RHODONNA 363 
WARNER SUSAN 406 

WARR JOANNE ELIZA8ET 386 
WARR JOHN LYNN 363 
WARREN ALBERT ARTHUR 406 
WARTHEN CONNIE JEANN 386 
WASDEN JOHN R 363 
WASDEN PHILIP ASAY 363 



WASHBURN GERALDINE 363 

WASHBURN RICHARD L 386 

WASHBURN SUSAN 363 

WATERS HARRY GALE 386 

WATERS JANICE 363 

WATERS LYNNE K 406 

WATERS NANCY IRENE 406 

WATERS SIDNEY WILLAR 363 

WATKINS ANDREA 386 

WATKINS JUDITH ANN 386 

WATKINS SHARON LEE 406 

HATKO GERHARD ALFRED 363 

WATSON DONALD CRAIG 444 

WATSON DWAYNE C 386 

WATSON KAREN AFTON 407 

WATSON LYNNE 363 

WATSON RfcIO LERON 363 

WATSON RON 386 

WATSON VIRGINIA ANN 386 

WATTS DONALD W 444 

WATTS RICHARD VERNON 386 

MAX RONALD DEAN 386 

WEAVER CLAUDIA 406 

WEAVER DYANA BYRD 386 

HEAVER RUSSELL JAY 363 

HEAVER RUTH LEORA 386 

WEBB KENNA RAE 407 

WEBB LINDA 363 

WEBB LINDA PATRICIA 363 

WEBB LYNN STURTON 386 

WEBB MARGO 363 

WEBB MARVA 364 

WEBB PATRICIA 386 

WEBB STANLEY JAY 364 

WEBB WILLIAM EARL 364 

WEBBER SALLY LEE 386 

WEBECKE LARAINE KAY 364 

WEBER DONALD GORDON 386 

WEBER LINDA JEAN 407 

WEBER THOMAS LEE 364 

WEBSTER MYRNA GAY 406 

HEBSTER SUSAN CHERYL 364 

HEBSTER TERRY CLINTO 364 

WEBSTER THOMAS P 387 

HEED THOMAS MARK 387 

HEEKS MARTIN S 444 

WEEKS RICHARD BARNES 407 

WEEMS SUSAN RUTH 407 

WEENIG DIANE 387 

WEENIG PAUL MELVIN 444 

WEENIG SHIRLEY B 459 

HEIDENHEIMER ROSE S 444 

WEIGHT DAVID G 459 

WEIGHT MERRILL LAMAR 364 

HEIGHT SHAHNA S 444 

WEIMER GERALDINE 407 

WEIMER GERALDINE RAE 407 

HEINSTOCK ALLAN H 444 

HEITZEL CHERYL MAY 407 

WELCH ANNETTE 364 

WELCH JOHN WOODLAND 364 

WELCH PATRICIA SUE 448 

HELLNITZ SIEGFRIED D 364 

HELLS DAVID HERBERT 444 

HELLS DOUGLAS D 407 

WELLS MARION GAHAIN 407 

WELLS PATRICIA L 364 

HELTON ROBERT BANTA 444 

HENCHEL PATRICIA ANN 407 

HENDEL BONNIE 387 

WENDELBOE MARK T 364 

WERT VIVIAN ESTELLA 445 

WESEL ELLEN KATHY 387 

WESElOH ANNE 387 

WESSELY JAMES ERNEST 445 

HEST BRADLEY ALAN 364 



HEST CALVIN WILLIAM 445 

WEST GEORGIA LEE 38/ 

WEST LAWRENCE B 387 

WEST LERONA EILLEEN 364 

WEST LORAINE 364 

HEST lYLE ray 445 

WEST SUZANNE 445 

WESTCOTT LINDA L 364 

HESTENSKUW KAREN ANN 364 

WESTENSKOW LOREN DAL 364 

WESTER BEITY JEAN 364 

WESTERGARD JOANiM 445 

WEST6RGAR0 LOUISE 387 

WESTERGARD RAY 445 

WESTHAN WAYNE CLARK 407 

WESTOVER CAROLE 445 

WESTOVER ROBERT N 387 

WESTOVER SUSAN DENIS 364 

WEYERMAN DAVID JONES 364 

HHALAN MICHELc JANET 407 

WHARTON FRANK LEROY 407 

HHARTON JAMES E 387 

WHEAT JUDITH ANN 364 

WHEELER DAVID L 445 

WHEELER EDWARD ARTHU 445 

WHEELOCK EUGENE LEE 407 

WHEELWRIGHT LAURA E 364 

WHICKER DIXIE LEE 387 

HHIMPEY DUANE WILLIA 387 

WHIPPLE EVAN LEROY 407 

WHIPPLE LILLIS 407 

WHISENANT JOHN D 364 

WMITAKER SANDRA LEE 364 

WHITAKER WENDY ANN 445 

WHITE ALANA 364 

HHITE ALLEN JAY 459 

WHITE CAROLYN 445 

HHITE CHARLES HOPKIN 387 

WHITE DIANNE 364 

WHITE OOREEN 407 

WHITE HENRY NATHANIE 364 

HHITE JANET RUTH 364 

HHITE JUDITH ANN 459 

HHITE KAREN LAVONNE 387 

HHITE MARY ALICE 387 

HHITE MURIEL JANE 387 

WHITE PERRY ALAN 387 

HHITE PHYLLIS RUTH 364 

WHITE RELDON CLARK 445 

HHITE SUSAN LINDA 364 

HHITE HILLIAM JOE 364 

WHITEHEAD ARMAND TOY 445 

HHITEHEAD CLARK WAYN 407 

WHITEHEAD LEROY JR 407 

HHITEHEAD ROBERT L 445 

WHITEHOUSE ANNELLE 387 

WHITELEY OSBURN KENT 364 

WHITING ANN 407 

HHITING DAVID LODGE 387 

HHITING HENDY J 387 

WHITLEY TOM GUNDERSE 407 

WHITLOCK RAE LEE 364 

WHITNEY TERRENCt M 364 

WHITTAKER CONNIE JO 364 

WHITTAKER MELViN R 387 

WHITTAKER PATRICIA V 445 

WHITTAKER RUSSELL L 364 

HHITTIER JOANN 445 

WHYTE LYNN K 364 

WICKENS JON CRAIG 407 

WICKHAM ANNA MARIE 364 

WICKMAN CHRISTINE AN 364 

WIEBERS DIANA P 407 

WIENER CHARLES LEE 445 

WIENER ROBERT MICHAE 364 

WIGGINS MARVIN EARL 445 



WIGHTMAN CHERYL LINM 364 

WILCOX CHERYL RJTH 3?6 

WILCOX JAMES FRANK 407 

WIlCOX KtlTH LINFURD 364 

WILCOX LAYiME E 3b7 

WILCOX MAUREEN M 364 

WILDE ALAN COB 364 

WILDE JOANNE 387 

WiLEY GAROLD K J 407 

WILHGIT KEITH IRVAM 445 

WIlHOIT LANA R 445 

WILKER PATRICIA 364 

WILKIN BRIAN ROBERT 354 

WILLARD ROBERT GLEN 364 

HILLARDSEN CAROL AN^J 4U7 

WiLLARUSON DONALD J 407 

WILLARDSON JOHiM DAVI 337 

WILLES SHERRYL P 445 

HILLEY CLAIRE 387 

WiLLbY GAIL FRANCINE 387 

WILLtY KATHRVN SJSAN 364 

WILLIAMS ALAN M 445 

WILLIAMS ALLAN HENRY 407 

WILLIAMS BILL LANCE 364 

WILLIAMS BOMNIt LEE 364 

WILLIAMS COLLEilM SJE 445 

WILLIAMS CYNTHIA 459 

WILLIAMS DAYNE C 387 

WILLIAMS DEANN 364 

WILLIAMS DEANNA M 448 

WILLIAMS DElMAR P 38/ 

WILLIAMS DENA MAE 4U7 

WILLIAMS D0>4ALD LYNVJ 354 

WILLIAMS FREDERICK A 387 

WILLIAMS FREDERICK G 445 

WILLIAMS GERALD ROSS 407 

WILLIAMS J HUGH 364 

WILLIAMS JAMES DANIE 364 

WILLIAMS JAMES DENNI 407 

WILLIAMS JANET 407 

WILLIAMS JEANNE 364 

WILLIAMS JUDY LYNN 364 

WILLIAMS KAREN MARIE 407 

WILLIAMS KATHLEEN 364 

WILLIAMS KATHLEEN 387 

WILLIAMS KENDALL H 364 

WILLIAMS L JAY 364 

WILLIAMS LINDA LEE 364 

WILLIAMS LINDA LOJ 387 

WILLIAMS MARILY;^ LIL 364 

WILLIAMS MARTHA K 364 

WILLIAMS MAVIS LJELL 365 

WILLIAMS PATSY RAE 387 

WILLIAMS SHIRLEY LEO 364 

WILLIAMS SJSAN E 387 

WILLIAMS TED LORIMER 354 

WILLIAMS WILFORD D 446 

WILLIAMSON RUTH A R 407 

WILLIAMSON VICKI LYN 407 

WILLIS JOAN REBECCA 446 

WILLIS LAUREL DEAN 446 

WILLSON MARCHETA L 364 

WILSON CARL BENJAMIN 364 

WILSON CAROLYN ANN 364 

WILSON DAVID ANDREW 407 

WILSON DAVID L 364 

WILSON DONALD 446 

WILSON DONNA LEE 364 

WILSON GORDON ALLEN 38/ 

WILSON GRANT LYNN 387 

WILSON HERBERT LbSLI 40/ 

WILSON IREMb E 387 

WILSON JAMtS HAf<»/EY 437 

WILSON JAMES ROBERT 307 

WILSON JOYCE LOJISE 364 

WILSON JR FRANK M 387 



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WiltoZoo 



hlLSON KATHLEEN 
WILSON LINDA RUTH 
hILSON MARJORIE L 
kilLSON RICHARD LEE 
WILSON RONALD ARTHUR 
WILSON SHERRY 
WILSON STEVEN BOYDEN 
WILSON STEWART PATCN 
WILSON TRUDY 
WILSON WANDA LYNNE 
WILSTED JENIVE LEEAN 
WILT PETER JAHES 
WIND JAMES EUGENE 
WINDER DOROTHY 
WINDER KENNETH ALAN 
WINDHAM SHARON ELAIN 
WINEGAR RAY H 
WINKLER PHILIP WATTS 
WINN MARGIE RUTH 
WINN PENNY IRENE 
WINN REX JOHNSON 
WINSPEAR MARGIE DEON 
WINSTON LYNETT GAY 
WINTCH CHARELENE 
WINTERS EVAN BURTON 
WINTERS JOHN BURTON 
WINTLE DONNA RAE 
WINWARD ELLEN LOUISE 
WINWARD MICHAEL ROBI 
WIRTH STEVE CURBETT 
WISCOMBE STEPHEN C 
WISE BLANCHE LARENE 
WISEMAN SHIRLEY ANN 
WISMER MICHAEL LYNN 
WITHERS MARILYNN KAY 
WITKIN JILL BARBARA 
WITMAN WYNN RANDALL 
WITTORF JOHN H 
WITTWER ROYDEN LESTE 
WOLFE MARY ELIZABETH 
WDLFLEY JERRY LYNN 
WOLLER CURT ROBERT 
WOLLSIEFFER BURRIS D 
WOLTER AARON RUSH 
WOLTHUIS JAN 
WOLTZ RALPH EDGAR II 
WOLZ PAUL LOUIS 



36<t WONG GARY AWA 

387 WONG RANDOLPH K K 

364 WOOD ANNE 

446 WOOD 6YARD MEADE 

387 WOOD CAROLYN 

387 WOOD DAVID LYLE 

407 WOOD DOUGLAS BOWEN 

459 WOOD HAROLD WAYNE 

387 WOOD LEWIS JAY 

364 WOOD NANETTE ELLEN 

387 WCOO PHILIP WAYNE 

364 WCOO RICHARD KENNETH 

445 WOOD ROBERT ESTILL 
387 WOOD ROGER STEVENS 
364 WOOD SHERRY MARIE 
364 WCODARD FRANCIS M 
387 WOODARD PAULINE 

364 WCODBERRY MARY VAUNA 

387 WOODCOCK MARY JANE 

364 WOODS DARLA RAE 

364 WOODS KENNETH FRANCI 

364 WOODS TRUDY MAE 

364 WOODWARD CAROL 

446 WCODWURTH W MARGARET 
459 WOOLF DIANE 

446 WCULF NANCY ANN 

446 WOOLLEY DOROTHY DAWN 

407 WCOLLEY KAREN 

364 WOOLLEY KENNETH M 

364 WOOLLEY KENT ALAN 

446 WOOLLEY RONALD LEE 

407 WOOLLEY WENDY SUSAN 

446 WCOLLEY WILLIAM M 

364 WOOLMAN JEANNE MARIE 
387 WORKMAN ANNE 

365 WORLTON MARSHA 
365 WORLTON SUSAN 
459 WORLTON THOMAS H 
407 WORTH SUSAN GAYLE 
365 WORTHEN BARBARA 
387 WORTHEN MARIAN M 
446 WORTHEN MARIAN REBEC 
387 WORTHEN VICKI LEE 
446 WORTHINGTUN JUANITA 
387 WOTHERSPOON JANICE M 
365 WOTHERSPOON JENNYLEA 
459 WRATHALL DON MORRIS 



446 


WRIDE BRUCE BAKER 


387 


YOUNG 


DOUGLAS ARUEN 


388 


407 


WRIOE MARC C 


387 


YOUNG 


EDWARD GILBERT 


365 


365 


WRIDE NEVE KATHRYN 


387 


YOUNG 


FAYE H 


447 


387 


WRIGHT CHRISTINE 


387 


YOUNG 


JANET 


388 


407 


WRIGHT CHRISTINE A 


365 


YOUNG 


JOHN MORTIMER 


447 


446 


WRIGHT CHRISTINE LEE 


365 


YOUNG 


JOHN ROBERT 


388 


387 


WRIGHT DAVID NORMAN 


446 


YOUNG 


JUDITH 


365 


387 


WRIGHT JACKIE COOPER 


388 


YOUNG 


KATHERINE L 


407 


365 


WRIGHT JANET SUSAN 


365 


YOUNG 


KENNETH LLOYD 


459 


365 


WRIGHT JOYCE 


365 


YOUNG 


LEONARD DEWAYN 


447 


446 


WRIGHT KATHLEEN 


188 


YOUNG 


LORRAINE 


447 


446 


WRIGHT KENNETH LARSE 


365 


YOUNG 


MARALEE 


388 


446 


WRIGHT MAX LORENZO 


446 


YOUNG 


MARJORIE 


365 


365 


WRIGHT MICHAEL ANN 


365 


YUUNG 


MARVIN DEE 


388 


365 


WRIGHT SUSAN E 


365 


YOUNG 


MARY MARGARET 


365 


407 


WRIGHT WILLIAM DALE 


388 


YOUNG 


RAE JEANNE 


448 


365 


WROLDSEN BARBARA ANN 


365 


YOUNG 


RICHARD L 


386 


365 


WYATT CHARLOTTE ALYN 


365 


YUUNG 


RUSSELL JAY 


407 


365 


WYATT GERALDINE 


388 


YOUNG 


SHARRON ELAINE 


388 


365 


WYMAN NATHAN W 


388 


YOUNG 


SUSAN GALE 


388 


365 


WYNDER CAROLYN 


365 


YOUNG 


SUZETTE LOUISE 


365 


365 


WYNDER DEANNA FAY 


447 


YOUNG 


SYLVIA DARLENE 


365 


387 


WYNDER IDA CORRINE 


447 


YOUNG 


WILLIAM THOMAS 


365 


446 


WYNDER JUDY KAY 


407 


YOUNGBERG LYNN ZAUGG 


407 


365 


WYNDER NORMA JEAN 


365 








407 








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446 


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V 




365 


V 






z^ 




365 


X 










446 






ZAK DARLENE JANICE 


365 


446 


YAKE MARILYNN LUCILL 


388 


ZAPPE 


DAVE EDWARD 


407 


407 


YAMADA EUGENE 


388 


ZAUGG 


NOEL STRINGHAM 


365 


387 


YAMAGUCHI MICHAEL M 


447 


ZAUGG 


NULA 


447 


365 


YANCEY ARVILLA ANN 


365 


ZAUGG 


RODNEY PAUL 


365 


387 


YANCEY KARLA ANN 


365 


ZAUGG 


SYLVIA 


388 


407 


YANCEY NORENE 


365 


ZAUGG 


WILFRED LEE 


368 


365 


YANCEY RENEE 


447 


ZAVALA JUDITH V 


38a 


365 


YATES MARGARET 


388 


ZEIDMAN DANNY 


365 


387 


YEH MARGARET M 


447 


ZtlTLER CHARLOTTE J 


388 


365 


YOCKEY TERRY REY 


447 


ZETTEROWER LUCY T 


365 


446 


YORGESEN DAVID FRANZ 


459 


ZIMMERMAi-* GAYLE P 


365 


387 


YOST FRED LEE 


365 


ZIMMERMAN SUSAN RAE 


447 


365 


YOUNG ANITA LOUISE 


365 


ZINDEL 


POLLY 


365 


365 


YOUNG CAROL LYNNE 


447 


ZIOMEK 


ANTHONY DAVID 


407 


365 


YOUNG CHARLOTTE 


407 


ZOBELL 


ARTHUR VIVIEi.! 


44 7 


446 


YOUNG DEANN 


447 


ZOLLINGER DA(<NELL 


459 


459 


YOUNG DEFORREST ORVA 


365 


ZOOK ROBERT LOUIS 


459 



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