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The Theatron Presents
On Stage of the
HILTON U. BROWN THEATRON
Props and Scenery 4-13
Leading Men and Leading Ladies 14-33
(A Social Satire)
"Tragedy in Greek" 34-67
(A Melodrama in Six Scenes)
"My Hero" 68-101
(A One Act Mystery)
"Much Ado About Something" 138-167
Producers and Directors 168-187
Season Ticket Holders 188-205
Our Cast 206-212
Patrons and Patronesses 213-220
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Women's Residence Hall
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John Herron Art Institute
Leading Men and
Drift Beauty Queen
Pat Parkinson Martin
A Day with the Queen
Bev Baldwin Lindsey
The Most Eligible George Rich
Most Eligible Bachelor
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The dance in full swing.
'"-'■^ d-'^ces after bein
Barbara Winders, Zeta Tail Alpha; Helen Warner, Alpha Chi Omega; Jean Toombs Brant,
Kappa Alpha Theta; Mary Ann Russell, Tri Delt; Mary Reigel, Trianon; Cherry Sheppard, Pi
Beta Phi, Queen; Irene Morris, BISA; Sue Moores, Dorm; Phyllis Magner, Delta Gamma and
Jean Jose, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Homecoming Queen Court
Sandi Baker, Air Angel
AFROTC Air Angel
Blond and vivacious Sandi Baker
reigned as the Butler AFROTC Air
Angel. She is a member of Scarlet Quill
and President of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Sandi began her official duties dur-
ing the 1955 Homecoming festivities
when she and her court rode in the
parade. The official rank of the Air
Angel is that of Lt. Col. The court is
capped bv President Ross and the AF-
ROTC staff early in the fall. Full dress
is donned every Wednesday by the
Court, and at that time they are ac-
corded the honor deserving of their
rank. The Ah Angel and her court are
also acknowledged at the Military Ball
Air Angel Candidates: Barbara Stroup, Trianon; Eileen Reis, Alpha Chi; Julie Bierce, Kappa;
Judy Woolgar Wilson, Pi Phi; Dottie Logan, Tri Delt; Bev Bibler, Delta Gamma.
Picture of entire court on page 135.
Air Angel Court
The Court rides in the Homecoming parade . .
Stars of the freshman class.
The Freshman Mixer, sponsored by the YM-
YVVCA, marks the end of Orientation Week. Each
year at this dance a most typical freshman boy
and girl are chosen.
This year the stars were Jane Wiseheart, Theta
pledge, and Don King, Sigma Nn pledge. They
were chosen b\- a panel of faculty judges during the
dance which was well attended by upperclassmen
as well as freshmen. The dance openea "rush" for
the freshmen girls by the Butler men.
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Pledge at work.
Afcn o/ distinction.
First Butler Triad Queen
For the first time in the history of Butler, the
freshmen, sophomore and junior classes com-
hined to give a Triad Dance. The Triad was a
combination of the Freshman Rose, Sophomore
Cotillion and Junior Prom. The classes decided
that since the spring schedule was so crowded,
the Triad would be better attended than the
three separate dances. The couples danced under
the stars at the Westlake dance pavillion to the
music of Fred Dale.
General Chairman of the Triad was Dale
Hines, junior. He was ably assisted by Bob
Beggs and Lou Brant, presidents of the sopho-
more and junior classes respectively. Johnny
Dixon, junior class vice-president, was in charge
of balloting etc. at the dance.
Men from the three classes voted for their re-
spective queens from a group nominated by the
social organizations on campus. Elected were
Bev Baldwin Lindsey, Pi Beta Phi and a junior;
Sandie Knotts, Kappa Kappa Gamma and a
sophomore; and Sara VanArsdale, Kappa Alpha
Theta who was the freshman candidate. Ballot-
ing on the stubs of the dance tickets determined
the queen of the entire evening. Bev Baldwin
Lindsey was chosen to reign.
Following the Triad, several fraternities held
breakfasts. The Dean of Women's office ex-
tended hours for girls living on campus.
Sara, Freshman Queen
Sandie, Sophomore Queen
Sara VanArsdalc, Bcc Balduin Lindscij, Sandie Knotfs.
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Alpha Chi Omega
National Founding 1885
Local Founding 1925
The Grass Is
Alpha Chi chapter of Alpha Chi Omega
was led through its fourteenth year on cam-
pus by President Shirlee Smith; First Vice-
president, Marjorie Hovey; Second Vice-presi-
dent, Eileen Reis; Recording Secretary Kay
Sharp; Corresponding Secretary Patti Neal
and Treasurer Nancy Terrell.
Activities claimed Janet Pike, President of
Blue Gills, and Ann Healy, President of Spurs.
Shirlee Smith served as Secretary of the Sen-
ior Class and Barbara Branter was treas-
urer of the Women's Recreational Associa-
tion. Alpha Chi's had five members in Spurs:
Ann Healey, President; Marilyn Reynolds,
Editor; Marilyn Crow, Shirley Yoder, and
Virginia Ziehl. Joanie Bolin was elected to the
Air Angel Court.
Row I: M. Reynolds, J. Woolridge, B. Brantner, S. Cory, M. Tidd. Row II: N. Terrell, E. Reis, M. Hovey, S. Smith, A. Stems,
K. Slorp, A. Healey, M. Crow. Row III: J. McCartney, J. Bolin, J. Pike, H. Warner, C. Brady, P. Neel, S. Billing, V. Ziehl,
K. Burnside, B. Alexander, S. Yoder, M. Edwards, E. Lunte.
"The grass is always greener" on the Alpha
Chi lawn as proven this year by their second
winning of the Yard-Parks trophy.
Included in the Alpha Chi's social season
were the Kappa-Alpha Chi party for under-
privileged children, and the Theta-Alpha Chi
Pledge Open House for all campus pledges.
An open house in the fall introduced the new
pledges. The theme for the Christmas dance
was "White Christmas." The Pledge Dance,
Sweetheart dinner and Buffet supper for par-
ents were held this Spring. The Alpha Chi's
presented a minor act in the '56 Geneva
Mrs. Fern Myers served another devoted
year as housemother for the Alpha Chi's.
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Row I: J. Hafert, E. Hamilton, N. Nitchman, N. Holt, J. Newcomer. Row \l: C. Malaska, S. Swenson, D. Willenberg, P.
Leer, B. Teeguarden, J. Coe, S. Smith, B. Adams.
Early to rise
Delta Delta Delta
National Founding 1888
Local Founding 1914
A Step in the
Delta Lambda Chapter of Delta Delta
Delta was established on the Butler campus
House officers this year were President,
Norma Doak; Pledge Trainer, Dottie Logan;
Recording Secretary, Rita Nagle; Correspond-
ing Secretary, Diana Wilkens and Treasurer,
Granted that the repair on the front steps
of the Tri Delt house were an improvement,
but that's not what we meant. Even a better
step was the dual second place winnings of
Homecoming float and house contests.
Betsy Ross was listed in Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities. She is
also a member of Scarlet Quill, and Phi Kappa
Phi. Chimes claimed Rita Nagle and Dianne
Row I: J. Newberry, B. Dillon, B. Davis, J. Crull, J. Wachstetter, K. Venitz, M, Russell. Row II: B. Ross, D. Pattison, M.
Smith, N. Doak, D. Logan, D. Wilkens, P. Thompson. Row III: S. Judkins, A. Klar, S. Buntinu, J. Meador, P. Bohanan, J.
Craig, N. Apley, M. Hughes, S. Ballinger, R. Nagle, N. Tanselle, D. Schleicher, K. Baile\-.
Pattison. Members of Spurs included Janet
Crull, Historian; Beverly Dillon, Secretary,
and Phyllis Bohanon. Norma Apley was Sec-
retary-treasurer of the Association of Women
Again the Tri Delts held their annual Dub-
lin Fair in March. The proceeds from the fair
are given for scholarships. A Christmas Dance
with the theme "Frozen Fantasy" was held in
December and the Pledge dance was held
in the Spring. Banquets were given during the
year honoring Tri Delts' mothers and fathers.
"Flowers for You" was the name of their
major act in Geneva Stunts.
Mrs. Iwa Cecil completed her first year as
the gracious Tri Delta housemother.
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Row I: C. McCorkle, P. Auxier, M. Anderson, P. Jones, S. Palmer, C. Conner, B. Davis. Row II: B. Delp, G. Conco, S.
Murphy, J. Gray, T. Powell, L. Whitaker, K. Rose, K. VanBlaricum. Not pictured: J. Shafer.
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National Founding 1S73
Local Founding 1923
D. G.'s V^in the
Alpha Tau chapter of Delta Gamma was
established on the Butler campus in 1925.
Chapter officers for this year were President,
Mary Jo O'Hara; Vice-president, Ann Walker;
Recording secretary, Janet Jett and Treas-
urer, Barbara Caldwell.
"Daily Double" is an appropriate title for
the D. G.'s Homecoming activities this year.
They won first place in both float antl house
competition. "Sailing on to Victory" captured
the parade trophy, while "Beat Those Cru-
saders" won for them the house decorations,
despite rain, wind and mud. The girls also
won minor sorority act competition in Geneva
Active on campus were Barbara Caldwell,
president of F. T. A.; Janet Wellington, Treas-
urer of F. T. A.; Ann Walker, Vice-president
of Welwyn Club; Mary Jo OHara, Secretary
Row I: S. Haas, B. Irwin, O. McMulIen. D. VanCamp, D. Lambeth. Row II: J. Wellington, B. Caldwell, A. Walker, M. J.
O'Hara, B. Bibler, D. Shoemaker, J. Logan. Row III; A. Vaughn, M. Carey, A. Schmidt, P. Bramer, S. Bullard, P. Magner,
A. Burr, M. Maloy, G. Hingle, C. Antrobus.
of Newman Club and Treasurer of Scarlet
Quill. Mary Jo was also listed in Who's Who.
In honoraries Spurs: Barbara Irwin,
Carolyn Antrobus, Gerry Hingle, Ann
Schmidt, Barbara Sturgeon, Shirley Bullard
and Sandy Haas; Chimes: Diane Shoemaker;
Scarlet Quill: Mary Jo O'Hara; Sigma Tau
Delta: Mary Jo O'Hara and Diane Shoemaker;
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sanda Haas. Sandy
Haas was chosen outstanding freshman girl.
The Delta Gamma's social calendar in-
cluded a round of parties during the Christ-
mas season. The theme "Winter Whirl" was
used for the Christmas dance while parties
were given for blind children and in honor
of their parents. For their dance, the pledges
used the theme "Mood Modern."
Mrs. Cath'^rine T. Johns served as house-
mother for the Delta Gammas.
'^he constant rush
Row I: D. Waite, F. Johns, P. Riser, R. Taylor, S. Hall, M. S. Summers. Row II: S. Miller, N. Tudor, K. Wildason, G. Le\y,
T. Hosea, P. Pugsley, N. Adams.
Kappa Alpha Theta
National Founding 1870
Local Founding 1874
Gamma chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta, founded at
Butler in 1874, was led through another successful
year by President, Sandi Baker; Vice-president, Mari-
lyn Boyle; Corresponding secretary, Shirley Doyle;
Recording secretary, Caroline Carter and Treasurer,
Those listed in Who's Who included Marilyn Boyle,
Joanie Davis and Sandi Baker. Officers in school ac-
tivities were Student Union President, Shirley Doyle
and Secretary, Barb Beery; Newman Club President,
Marilyn Boyle; Young Republicans President, Shirley
Henry and Secretary Carolyn Hawthorne; Welwyn
Club President, Kitty Ferriday; Association of Women
Students Vice-president, Sandi Baker; Sophomore
class secretary, Mary Vyverberg; President of Alpha
Lambda Delta, Marge Gillespie; Vice-president of
YWCA, Grace Goodwin and Secretary, Joanie Davis.
Editor of the Drift was Joanie Davis and her assistant
editor was Diney Downs. Scarlet Quill members were
Marilyn Boyle and Sandi Baker. Six Thetas were mem-
Row I; A. Fleming, D. Downs, D. Roberts, S. VanArsdale, M. Peterman, M. Musselman. Row II: B. Beerv, J. Toombs M C
Swartz, R, Jones, S. Doyle, S. Baker, M. Boyle, C. Carter, C. Hawthorne, G. Goodwin, S. Henrv. Row III: S. Marlowe, B.
Ross, M. Vyverberg, K. Ferriday, C. Newton, J. Davis, S. Payne, A. McCullers, C. Gaffney, A. Kinney, S. Miller, D. Stalker
N. Neale, M. Gillespie, J. Nev, M. Medalen.
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bers of Chimes and eight Thetas were selected for
Butler's AFROTC elected Sandi Baker Air Angel
while Judy Barr and Barb Beery were on the Court.
Jane Wiseheart was chosen Typical Freshman Girl.
On the Drift Beauty Court was Barb Beery.
The Thetas "Detergent' was the winning of the De-
tergent Bo.\ Derby, and their "Cheer" was the record-
breaking winning of the Collegians Cheer Drive. Also
captured during the year was Spring Sing and AWS
Nickel Hop trophies. The Thetas won their fourth
consecutive major act Geneva Stunt trophy with their
act entitled "Portrait d'Amerique."
Opening the Theta social calendar was a picnic
held in the fall. A Christmas tree decorating party and
a Christmas dance, "Belle Noche," helped the Thetas
celebrate the holiday season. The pledge dance and
the spring formal were held later in the year. A Dad's
Day dinner was given at Thanksgiving time.
The Theta's beloved "Mom" Taylor spent her sec-
ond year as housemother for the girls.
Christmas ir^ Thetaland.
Row I: P. Thomas, B. Murphy, J. Barr, M. Behrman, J. Wiseheart, R. Hunt, S. Tarr. Row II: L. MacKnight, J. Reiboldt,,
M. Teeter, D. Jacobs, B. White, L. Payne, D. Sherwood, E. Fuller, J. Cox. Not pictured: Theresa Noonan.
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Kappa Kappa Gamma
National Founding October, 1870
Local Founding 1878
Mu Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma, founded in
1878, went into its 77th year on the Butler campus
Jean Jose served as President, assisted by Caro-
lyn Wilson, Vice-president; Donna Booher, Treasurer
and Maggie Davis, Secretary.
Prominent in activities were Joan Bechtold Smith
and Carolyn Wilson who were listed in Who's Who
in American Colleges and Universities. Joan Bechtold
Smith was a member of both Scarlet Quill and Phi
Kappa Pi. Carolyn Wilson received a Spoke award at
the Theta Sigma Phi banquet. Active in Chimes were
Carolyn Wilson, Sue Weisner, Sandy Knotts and Suz-
anne Wallace. In Spurs were Joyce Cripe, Carolyn
Mustard, Ruthann Crippen, Evelyn Anderson, Marge
Lee, and Yvonne Racine Clark, President. Marge Lee
and Evelyn Anderson belonged to Alpha Lambda
P""' i' ^h "I'^'^'iii^n- J- Spring, B. Hartiinin. C. Stebbings, C. Mustard, S. Knotts. Row II: J. McCain, E. Anderson, J. Rine-
liart, C. Uilson. J. Jose, M- Davis S. Wtisncr, N. O'Dell, J. Cripe. Row III: E. K. Wurster. D. Booher, J. Cox, D. Collins, Y.
Hacinc, M- Lee B. Dolen, S. Wallace, J. Miller. Row IV: R. Crippen, P. Parkinson, J. Shcrritt, D. Reeves, J. Snvder, A. Dyer
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Delta. The Kappa's again captured the Scholarship
After many hours of work on Homecoming house
decorations the Kappa's "hearts did stand still" as
their huge bulldog crumbled five minutes before the
Social functions included their Christmas dance,
KKG-AXO Orphans' party, Pledge Dance, Dad's Day
Dinner and the annual Monmouth Duo with the Pi
Pat Parkinson was Drift Beauty Queen. On the Air
Angel Court were Julie Bierce, Pat Parkinson and
Carolyn Mustard was chosen "Queen of Hearts."
Mrs. Matalia Wilhoyte was the Kappa House-
T^^e float shape:
Row I: J. Yakev, M. Murphy, D. Harrison, C. Wurster, P. Brantley. M. Chapman, J. Fishtahlcr, Row II: R. Clark, X. Sharp,
C. Murphy, S. Lindsay, J. Lineback, B. Barcik, G. Douglass, B. Staples.
Pi Beta Phi
National Founding 1888
Local Founding 1897
Indiana Gamma Chapter of Pi Beta Phi has been
on campus since 1897. The Pi Phis were led this year
by President, Cherry Sheppard; Vice-president, Judy
Woolgar; Recording secretary, Ann Kohlmeyer; Cor-
responding secretary, Patty Jo Leonard and Treas-
urer, Paula Silberman.
Pi Beta Phi was awarded the Merit Trophy for out-
standing service to the school. House leaders were
Cherry Sheppard, Scarlet Quill, Who's Who, president
of Association of Women Students, and Yell leader;
Nancy Fleming, secretary of the Junior Class, presi-
dent of both Chimes and Women's Recreational As-
sociation, and Who's Who; Ann Kohlmeyer, Who's
Who, president of Y.W.C.A. president of Theta Sigma
Phi, and a member of Chimes. In the honoraries were:
Chimes, Paula Silberman, Joanne Niehaus, and Sandra
Orbison; Spurs, Marcia DeWitt, Helen Fester, Caro-
lyn Green and Elinor Sheppard; Alpha Lambda Delta,
Ann Wells and Helen Foster. Charlotte Forsyth was
Row I: M. Buttervvorth, M. DeWitt, J. Spivey, C. Green, S. Wilson, S. Johnson. Row II: N. McGuffy, N. Fleming, A. Kohl-
meyer, C. Sheppard, J. Woolgar, P. Silberman, P. Leonard, S. Bloemker. Row III; S. Orbison, B. Booze, C. Aughe, S. Longest,
A. Welk, S. Pierson, E. Sheppard, J. Niehaus, D. Cheshire, S. Ridland, H, Foster, B. Baldwin, T. Lain, N. Leslie. Not pic-
tured: S. Lucas, J. Unnewehr, S. Disher, L. Weaver.
and a Crown
elected secretary of the freshman class.
Judy Woolgar was on the Air Angel court while
Beverly Baldwin and Martha Butterworth were on
the Drift Beauty Court. Sweetheart of Sigma Chi was
Helen Foster. The banner "a candle and a crown"
holds true for the Pi Phi's this year. The pillars on
their front porch were turned into candles, thus cap-
turing first place in Christmas House Decorations
. . . Cherry Sheppard reigned as Homecoming Queen,
crown and all. The Pi Phi's presented "Rehearsal
Rhythms" as a major act in this year's Geneva Stunts.
Social activities included the pledge square dance.
Open House, and Christmas parties for Pi Phi
mothers, underpriviliged children and the chapter.
The theme for the Christmas dance was "Christmas
Is Heavenly." In the spring the Pledge Dance and
Dad's Day were held.
Mrs. D. Burns Douglas completed her second year
as devoted housemother.
Row I: C. Pinkerton, C. Forsyth, B. Hobbs, L. Wnukowski, N. VanArsdall, S. Bisesi. Row II: A. Shulteis, J. Irvine, S. Cain,
Z. Leinke, C. Housefield, D. Mann, J. Moran, M. Parke, S. Weirick.
National Founding 1929
Local Founding 1926
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Another school year began successfully for
Trianon under the leadership of Mary Michos,
President; Betty Throckmorton, Vice-presi-
dent; Carolyn Auble, Recording secretary and
Bonnie Barr, Treasurer.
The Trianon social calendar was crowded
with many activities including the Christmas
Bazaar, Founder's Day Banquet, Mother's
Day Banquet and the Pledge Hard Times
Party. An Initiation-Installation Dinner and
dance are held in June.
Trianon was also active in school activities.
Front row: J. McCoin, M. Michos, R. Dudzink, B. Barr. Back row: J. Ryan,
M. Bainaka, M. Ricgcl, A. McCoy, J. Kemp, B. Stroup. Not pictured: C. Auble.
Their Luc\y J^umber
Joan Ryan was initiated into Eta Sigma Phi
and is a member of Spurs. Mary Michos was
vice-president of Young Democrats, a member
of Sigma Tau Delta and Phi Kappa Phi.
Editorial director for the Collegian was Bon-
nie Barr. Active in Butler Student Players was
Thirteen proved to be a lucky number for
Trianon this year because they pledged thir-
teen girls of whom they are extremely proud.
Serving as faculty sponsor this year was Mrs.
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Front row: P. McAllister, C. Palmer, J. Griggs, S. Gcloff. Back bow: B. Stuckman, M. Bacon,
S. Thompson, J. Rodman, V. Easterly, J. Masteryanni. Not pictured: B. Cantrell, B. Cain.
Delta Tau Delta
National Founding 1859
Local Founding 1876
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Heading the Beta Zeta chapter of Delta Tau Delta
this year were President, Vic Lewis; Vice-president,
Glenn Tirsell; Treasurer, Charlies Butler; Recording
secretary, Don Britton and Corresponding secretary,
The Delts represented themselves in many univer-
sity activities this year. In honoraries were Blue Key:
Joe Ditmire and Glenn Tirsell; Who's Who: Joe Dit-
mire and Glenn Tirsell; Sphinx: Bill LaFollette while
ten Delts were members of Utes. Class officers from
the Delt house were Bill Miner, senior class president;
Walt Cooper, sophomore class treasurer and Dave Mc-
Cormick, freshman vice-president. Homecoming pa-
rade chairman was Glenn Tirsell. Don Powers served
as sports editor of the Drift. Jack Martin was Pan-Hel
King while "Casey" Smith was on the Most Eligible
lead a clogs lif«
Row I: V. Lewis, D. Bridge, D. Powers, D. Mead, E. Akers. Row II: J. White, B. Trittin, J. Fisli, B. LaFollette, F. McCor-
mick, J. Bryan. Row III: K. Hunt, G. A. Burroughs, M. Mikesell, B. Miner, D. Britton, D. Bhie, J. Ditmire, G. Tirsell. Not
Pictured: D. Berndt, C. Butler, J. Martin.
V^ill Remind Us
Social highlights were the Christmas Dance, Pledge
Rose Dance, their annual Spring Mill Outing and the
The Delts again won the 1955 Spring Sing, keeping
their reputation as most musical house on campus.
Be it a flat, sharp or even middle C, leave a "note"
that will remind us. The Delts gave a very original
and most entertaining major Geneva Stunts Act in the
Lettermen include Joe Ditmire, Charlie Butler, Ron
Watham, Dick Hess and Dick Berndt. Dick Hess
Ron Watham, Tom Siurek, Walt Hap, Mike Rawley'
Tom Bonaventura and Charles Cassady all played
for the football team. Joe Ditmire shone on the
basketball floor, while Charlie Butler starred on the
links on the Bulldog golf team.
Mrs. Addison Parry served her sixth year as the
Delt's devoted housemother.
"Praise Be Delta Tau
Row I: G. Cooper, R. Smego, T. Siurek, W. Hap, R. Elliott, J. Hrabik, A. Arent. Row II: C. Morehead, M. Schuetz, C. Gid-
dens, B. Lilves, T. Bonaventura, G. Breese, B. Hanna, R. Drews, N. Lawson, J. Reynolds, W. Cooper, B. Short. Not pictured:
R. Potts, M. Rawley, D. McCormick, K. Ferguson, W. Justis, C. Cassady, C. Smith, B. Killian, R. Williams.
decorations Pres^:^''' problems.
National Founding 1869
Local Founding 1949
Tomahaw\s or the
Leading the Epsilon Omicron chapter of
Kappa Sigma this year were officers Noble
Deckard, President; Bill Schaffer, Vice-presi-
dent; Jim Moore, Secretary; Charles Ford,
Treasurer and Eli Coats, Grand Master of
Larry Padgett served as president of Utes.
Other Kappa Sigs in Utes were Gary Book-
out, Ron Leeds, Bill Kenny, Steve Burris, and
Pooch Elbert. In S^jhinx was Bob Beggs; Bho
Chi, Don Broadlick; Phi Delta Chi, Bill
Schaffer; and in Kappa Psi were Bill Heine-
kamp. Bill Davis, Don Hamilton, Jim Moore,
Eli Coats, Gary Bookout, and Ron Leeds.
Class officers were Lee Rhodes, freshmaai
Row I: D. Cassady, B. Schaffer, J. Moore, N. Deckard, C. Ford, E. Coats. Row II: B. Heinckamp, R. Leeds, B. Beggs, L.
Padgett, B. DeCapua, R. Shahovskoy, S. Burris, G. Bookout, D. Hamilton, P. Elbert, B. Davis, F. Eberg. Not pictured: B.
Leonard, G. Doyai, D. Broadlick, G. Schurer, R. Clark, D. Landrigan, D. Swenson.
president; Jim Moore, junior treasurer and
Fred Eberg, senior vice-president. On the
Drift staff were Bob Beggs, photographer;
Bill Kirkman, photographer and advertising
manager and Dick Landrigan, Business man-
ager. Geneva Stunts Minor Act trophy was
captured by the Kappa Sigs.
Socially, the Kappa Sigs gave three major
dances: the Pledge Dance, Sweetheart Spring
Formal and their Apache Dance. What would
you carry to the Apache dance ... a toma-
hawk or an Eiffel Tower? Kitty Ferriday was
chosen State Sweetheart at State Day.
Housemother this year was the very de-
voted Mrs. Julia Sweet.
just takes this much
Row I: J. Wattleworth, T. Hageboeck, L. Hart, L. Rhodes, D. Dodge, R. Green. Row II: M. Ray, F. Snyder, J. Norman, B.
Kenny, J. Whittington, D. Dice, J. Zeunik, D. Croner, J. Gruber, T. Miller. Not pictured: R. Bailey, T. Ro\tek, D. Livengood.
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Lambda Chi Alpha
National Founding 1909
Local Founding 1915
Alpha Alpha chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha
was led through the year by Ted Wetzler,
President; Gene Miller, Vice-president; Rus-
sel Dean, Secretary and John Vondracek,
One of the first fraternity parties of the
year was the Lambda Chi Watermelon Bust
open to the school. Following that the boys
had a "Hula Hop" and then their annual
Spook Dance at Halloween. Their Christmas
Dance was given in honor of the pledges.
Dances were also held in the Spring. A party
for underprivileged children was given dur-
ing the Holiday season. The Lambda Chi
major act was selected for Geneva Stunts
Listed in Who's Who were Paul Janota,
Karl Stoichefl, Ted Wetzler and Elwyn Flor.
In Sphinx were Paul Janota, President; Ted
lnT.V°r- h ^r"o ^\°.'' 1^- Glanznian, E. Sauer, R. Dean, T. Pickett, J. Berg, J. Vondracek, T. Wetzler. J. Arnold Back
B Deeg K Pknfz r"^ "' ' ' ^' ' ^^ ^^'''^'''' ^^ ^^°'^^''^' G- Thorn, J. Shetfer, T. Murray, S. ReeCes
Wetzler, Vice-president and Max Butcher,
Treasurer. In Utes were Gene Miller and
Don Black. In Blue Key were Elwyn Flor,
Howard DeTrude and Karl Stoicheff. Campus
leaders in the house were: Paul Janota, junior
prom chairman and Student Union Board;
Karl Stoicheff, president YMCA; Gene Miller,
president of sophomore class, secretary of
YMCA and chairman of Indiana Student
YMCA; Ted Wetzler, Business manager of
the Collegian. In varsity basketball was Ted
Trophies "fell in line" for the Lambda Chi's
when the house won both house decorations
and float awards in the Centennial Home-
Housemother to the Lambda Chi's was Mrs.
Dig that crazy music!
Row I: M. Butcher, R. Finch, G. Miller, D. Black, D. Norton. Row II: J. Roberts, N. Rohmian, R. Tellman, J. Steinmeier,
R. Anderson, F. Bettner, C. Griner, E. Joyce, F. Leucht. Row III: J. Kantor, C. Swanson, R. Hayes, A. Johnson, J. Miller,
R. Ruble, D. Wright, J. Lambert, D. Morris, W. Marks, R. Bellows, J. Schmitz.
Phi Delta Theta
National Founding 1848
Local Founding 1859
The First was
Indiana Gamma of Phi Delta Theta was the first
fraternity to organize on the Butler campus. House
officers for the Spring semester were President, Bob
Barnes; Reporter, Rex Athan; Secretary, Bill Davis;
Treasurer, Jim Robey.
Trophies won by the Phi Delts included the Presi-
dent's Yard-Parks trophy, Cheer Drive, and second
place in Homecoming House Decorations. Dick Sink
was selected "King of Hearts" at the Student Union
Valentine Dance. George Rich was voted "Most El-
igible Bachelor" in the Drift contest.
Active in Blue Key were Bob Barnes, President; Bill
I3avis, Secretary; and Dick Sink. In Utes were George
Rich, Jim Robey, Re.x Athan, and Steve Stucky. John
Hauer was the Phi Delt representative on Inter-
Fraternity Council. Ivan Fuller, E. B. Leedy, Vice
presidents, and Dick Poole, Treasurer, belonged to
Alpha Phi Omega. Who's Who in American Colleges
How I: II. Kolilnie>cT, S. Stucky. J. Malk-rs, I. Fultcr, R. LcBicii, C. Stolt/., C. Hitli. How II: W. Davis, D. Whitt, D. Sink,
J. Hobe>, H. Campbell, H. Kiu>nncn, H. Riegner, F. Oliver. Row III: M. Jones, B. J. Funkliouser, R. Atlian, J. Hauer, B.
Barnes, J. Diigan.
7S[ot the Last
and Universities listed Dick Sink, Bill Davis, and
Serving the Bulldogs were, football: Nolan Masters,
Bill Gamblin, and Dick Harrison; basketball: Wally
Cox; baseball. Ken Seamon, Rex Athan, and Jim
Phi Delts can be credited (or discredited) for the
Ivy League Craze that came to Butler this year.
Khaki's (a la buckle), crew neck sweaters, three but-
ton coats, and the proverbial Bermuda shorts. Al-
though first, they'll not be the last to wear said style.
Heading the Phi Delt social whirl was the annual
Fall Outing at McCormick's Creek. Dances held dur-
ing the year were the Christmas Dance; Pledge
Dance, the theme being "Saints and Sinners;" the
Spring Formal, and the Spring Outing.
Serving her first year as house mother was Mrs.
William Weber who is known by all for her quick
smile and ready wit.
Yo Heave Ho!
Row I: E. B. Leedy, P. Thompson, C. Blunck, D. Poole, J. Goss, J. Goebel, D. Merritt, R. Holmes, B. Mover, F. Carnes. M.
Whitsett, B. Bell. Row II: G. Hall, D. Howard, D. Amy, D. Miller, B. Freeman, B. Klopp, T. Brock, M. MacRoberts. Row
III: R. Long, N. Cox, J. Merritt, S. Schwaninger, S. Stamper, G. Sawrey.
Ten Minute phone limit.
National Founding 1889
Local Founding 1953
Its Free for All
Indiana Gamma of Phi Kappa was led through its third
year on campus by president, Jerry Leahey; vice-president,
Phil Jung; treasurer, Bob Birkhafer and secretary, John
Phi Kaps claimed two varsity basketball players, Captain
Dave Sheetz and Phil Jung. On the Bulldog football squad
was Louis Caporale.
The Inter-fraternity scholarship award was won this year
by the Phi Kaps.
As in previous years, the annual Christmas tree-lighting
ceremony was sponsored by the fraternity. Coffee and
cookies were "free for all in the C-Club following the tree
A "Harvest Frolic" was held in the fall, while the Spring
rormal was held at the Athletic Club. The Christmas party
was held at the house.
Rev. Father Bosler again served the boys as housefather,
helping to guide them through their first years on campus.
Row I: D. Schcctz, R. Szuniski, L. Landwerlen, J. Scarpellini, D. Bruzdzinski. Row II: J.
Vasko, J. Leahey, P. Jung, B. Birkofer. Row III: J. Seliaffstcin, 13. Handshaw, R. Kawszewizz,
Sigma Alpha Mu
National Founding 1909
Local Founding 1948
Dear Old Gang of Mine
Mu Iota Chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu was led through
its eighth year on campus by Sherman Goldstein, Prior;
Ronald Galznman, Exchecker; Ernest Kraus, Recorder;
Donald Gordon, Pledgemaster and Milton Goodman,
Activity-wise, the Sammies were prominent in many
campus activities. Milt Goodman and Ron Glanzman were
initiated into Utes; Sherm Goldstein was IFG representative
and Ernie Kraus was elected secretary of Loyalty Legion.
Ron Glanzman served on the Student Council and Religious
"Dear Old Gang of Mine" is pertinent to the boys this
year. Several of the "good brothers" left the chapter at
Christmas to be married.
A colorful social year was held with a Winter Formal
in December, State Day in April and a Spring Formal in
May. Overall these activities and a helpful and understand-
ing housefather, Moe Schankerman, saw the Sammies
through another year.
OK pledge, dry those dishes!
Row I: D. Gordon, R. Glanzman, S. Goldstein, M. Schankerman, L. Glogas, A. Milard. Row
II: J. Samuels, H. Young, H. Krakovitz, D. Gordon, M. Herman, A. Aron, R. Abranison,
National Founding 1855
Local Founding 1865
In the Still
It's almost as
,„,,,a as the CoUegUin.
Rho chapter of Sigma Chi, in its ninetieth year on
the campus, was led in the fall semester by President,
John Stegman; Vice-president, Norm Wilson; Treas-
urer, Dink Chandler; Secretary, Jerry Connell and
Pledge Trainer, Gordon Given.
Campus leaders in the house included Tom Roh-
rabaugh, treasurer of Blue Key, Arnold Air Society,
B-Men and Interfraternity Council president; Norm
Wilson, B-Men and Blue Key; John Stegman, Sphinx,
Who's Who, Varsity Debate, Student Union Board
and vice-president of Young Republican's. In Arnold
Air Society were Bob Dearing and Art Cleveland.
Tom Green was president of Loyalty Legion while
Jim Lingenfelter was treasurer of Young Republicans.
In Utes were Bruce Zimmerman, Jim Lingenfelter
and Rick Barb. Jim Johnson was co-sports editor and
business manager of the Collegian. Class officers were
Mark Peterman, junior vice-president; and Vic Ed-
wards, freshman class tieasurer.
N. Burpee. R. Hheclint;, J.
r. R. Craft, D. Hilclrctli, N
, L. Frencli, L. Redenbaclu
, F. Painter, M. Peterman.
Hubbard, G. Doane, D. Owen, B. D
. Wilson, J. Stegman, J. Lingerfelter,
r, T. Green, B. Plump, J- \\'il,son, A.
earing, J. Connell, D. Wliitmore. Row II: D.
G. Given, R. Barb, D. French. Row III; Z. Zim-
Cleveland, T. Rolirabaugli, J. John.son, C. Toole,
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of the 7\[ight
Active in sports were Scott Chandler, Tom Roh-
rabaugh. Pooch Harrell, Norm Wilson and Dave
Franklin, football; Bob Plump, Mark Peterman, Leon
Redenbacher, Ray Craft and Vic Edwards, basketball.
"In the Still of the Night," following the "Shield
and Cross" Ball this fall, the very new Sigma Chi
house was completely demolished by an explosion
that rocked the campus. The houseless Sigs are now
living in the Men's Dorm.
Despite their misfortune, the Sigma Chi social
calendar has kept pace as in past years. Social high-
lights have been the Sweetheart Dance at which
Helen Foster was elected "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi,"
and the pledge dance which was held at Holcomb
Garden House. Spring dances were also held.
Mrs. Ruby HofFman, "Mom" to all who know her,
served as housemother.
"Cute gal, ehF'
Row I: C. Lehr, R. Straki.s, J. Milnes, J. Jones, J. Roach, M. Kelly. Row II: L. Howe, H. Elliott, S. Duerstock, G. Haney,
V. Edwards, B. Axsom, D. Franklin, B. Ward. Row III: D. Gentry, A. Powell, T. Engeman, R. Hartnian, D. Meyer, P.
Rouse, T. Shaw, T. Walwik, M. Leffler, K. McNeeley.
heck or Julie London?
National Founding 1869
Local Founding 1926
Serving in its nineteenth year on the Butler
cainj^us, Epsilon Mu chapter of Sigma Nu
was led by Commander, Johnny Newton; Lt.
Commander Dale Arnold; Recorder, Dale
Hendrickson and Treasurer, Bob Dugdale.
This year in service to the campus, the
Sigma Nus sponsored the Detergent Box
Derby for sororities, the Christmas House
Decoration contest and the annual kite-flying
contest. School honors won were the All-
Sports Intramurals trophy and the Spring
Carnival Trophy for 1955. The Sigma Nus
also got back into the running by winning
their third major act Geneva Stunts trophy
in the past four years. "Arabian Antics" was
a hilarious act ably directed by Johnny Dixon.
Class officers from the house include John
Benjamin, senior class treasurer; Ralph
Hughes, junior class president and Dick Hog-
Row I: J. Whitaker, L. Mendenhall, D. Hogshire, M. Mullerv, J. Henley, J. Dixon. Row II: D. Hendrickson, J. Newton D
Arnold, R. Dugdale. Row III: J. Benjamin, J. Robinson, M. Cain, L. Whitfield, R. Ray, R. Hughes, A. Molebash, J. Coe, D.
Hines, G. Rose, D. Baylor.
shire, sophomore class vice-president and
cotilHon chairman. On the football field this
year were John Coe, John Benjamin and Ken
"Here Today, Gone Tomorrow" is the
Sigma Nu story as far as trophies go. They
were stolen during Christmas vacation and
the few that were returned were damaged.
Socially the Sigma Nus defied all tradition
and held informal dinners and picnics at their
house in place of more formal exchange din-
ners. Dances held during the year were the
White Rose Dance in November, the Bar
Room Brawl, Pledge Dance and Spring
Mrs. Jessie Breinig served as housemother
and "second" Mom to the Sigma Nus this
Row I: R. Hughes, B. Matthews, L. McNeese, B. Perry. Row II: B. Williams, G. Walker, K. Nielsen, B. Whitfield, C. Hertel
K. Spraetz, B. White, D. Screes.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
National Founding 1899
Local Founding 1951
Gamma Psi Chapter of Tau Kappa
Epsilon was chartered October 10, 1951.
Officers for the present year were Presi-
dent, Ron Cook; Vice-president, Fred
Offutt; Secretary, George Pyke and
Treasurer, Dick Lytle.
Dick Lytle was Editor of the Collegian
while Bob Haskins was its Business
Manager. TKE's being second youngest
on campus, and five years old, are now
ready to begin nursery school as far as
school system ages are concerned.
The social calendar of the chapter in-
Row I: F. Offutt, R. Cook, R. Karstedt, G. Pike, B. Haskins. Row II: J. Wells, H. Rose, D.
Lytle, T. Selmier, N. Trcon, G. Garner. Not pictured: Noel Cross.
dudes a Fall Pledge Dance and the Red
Carnation Ball which is held in the
The first chapter of Tau Kappa
Epsilon was founded on January 10,
1889, at Illinois Wesleyan. The TKEs
are now occupying one of the large es-
tates on West 42nd Street. Tau Kappa
Epsilon National Headquarters are also
Mrs. Grace Young served as house-
mother for the year.
"Music" hath charms
Row I: S. Garza, T. Freeman, J. Thomas, H. Gavton. Row II: E. Engle, K. Wright, E. Brown,
B. Wolf, C. Brown. Not pictured: G. Sayer, F. Harshnian, T. Robertson.
Butler Independent Student Ass*n
Local Founding . . . 1948
The college paslime.
Founded in 1948, the Butler Independent Stu-
dent Association is made up of students who
are not associated with a social fraternitv- or
Heading BISA this year were John Kraft,
President; Mary Glasgow, Vice-president; Irene
Morris, Secretary and Don Eacret, Treasurer.
BISA activities included a picnic at Brown
County this fall, a Thanksgiving banquet, par-
ticipation in Homecoming and the Cheer Drive,
and a party for underprivileged children at
Christmas time. Informal parties are held dur-
ing the year. A monthly, independent paper is
put out by the organization.
In honoraries were Kathy Winnefeld, Spurs,
and Jim Burch and Don Eacret in Sphinx.
"Tolerant" is hardly the word for the neigh-
borliness shown b\' BISA to the Drift office. We
of the Drift staff give them a hearty "Thanks!"
Dr. and Mrs. Karl Means again served as
Row I: L. O'Conner, V. Williams. T. Mohler, J. Burch, M. Garrett. Row II: D. Eacret, K. Winnefeld, M. Glasgow, J. Kraft,
J. Morton, D. Ritter, S. Webner, J. Stainbrook. Row III; M. Strum, I. Morris, D. Cotter, C. Montgomery, L. Phillips, C.
Phillips, R. Jenkins. J. Tomlinson, P. Askin, S. Gordon, M. Bohne, A. Fox, J. Robertson.
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The pause that refreshes— as the Bulldogs
prepare to tackle aiwther gridiron opponent.
The Bulldogs come onto the field
as the yell leaders start "Go get
'em team, go get 'em."
1955 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
NAME RUSHING PASSING
Att. Gain Ave. Att. Cotnp. Int. Gain Ave.
Leroy Thompson 87 539 6.2 1 1 26 1.000
Nolan Masters 60 265 44 * * * * *
John Brown 35 250 7.3 * * * *
NickNardo 52 226 4,3 * * * * *
Norm Wilson 32 149 47 * * * * *
BobMaxey 18 71 4.9 * * * * * 3 37
DanSheehan 6 36 G.O * * * * * 1-1
BobPedigo ^ 29 4.1 ******* *
MarvShelton 1 18 18.0 ***** 1 12
Jim Baker 2 10 5.0 ******* *
Tom Rohrabaugh 8 4 .5 9 1 2 8 .111 * * *
Ron Dressier 1 3 3.0 * * * * * * * *
Frank Meier 2 2 1.0 ***** 1 2
Lou Caporale 2 1 .5 * * * * * * *
BobBranham 2 -4 -2.0 3 1 1 12 .333 * * .
DickAhrendts 43 -50 -1.2 96 50 11 661 .521 * * *
Scott Chandler ******** 15 219 1
John Harrell * * * * * * * * 7 94
Leo Mahoney * * * * * * * * 4 53 1
CarlFodor ******** 3 34
Ken Spraetz tt*t****2 57
Jerry Lambert ***t****^9()
BUILEK BLLLUt)C;S— (How I: 1. to r. ) Gilson, Shelton, Branham, Drcsslc-r, Wolfe, Eddlenian, Bonaventura, Ilendcrson,
Avington, Fralich, Spraetz, Saver, Moses, Brown, Hap, Siurek, Coe. Row II: Coach Tony Hinkle, Torchio, Meier, Caporale,
Maxcv, Kennedy, Baker, Thompson, Nicholson, Rohrabaugh, Wilson, Hess, Fodor, Lehane, Sheehan, Nardo, Coach Henry
Johnson. Row III: Coach Wally Middlesworth, Garner, Brown, Ahrendts, Quinlan, Chandler, Pedigo, Masters, Wathen,
Mahonev, Hurrle, Ganiblin, Hinies, Miller, Ramsey, Harrell, Benjamin, Coach Pop Hedden, Coach Jim Hauss. Row IV:
Bevcns, Rowley, Cassady, Klassen, Forsythe, Quilleon, Kelly, Gayton, E. Masters, Kantor, Gurnell, Sams, Harrison, Ney,
Lambert, White, and Noone.
Spirit Hish Durins Grid Season
"The spirit was good even when we lost," was the comment of head coach Tony Hinkle at the annual
football banquet which honored the 1955 Butler Bulldogs. Although the team had the third losing season in
coach Hinkle's past 20 years as football mentor at Butler, he still felt they were a good team and was proud
to coach them.
The Bulldogs dropped five encounters while they were victorious in three games. Butler finished fourth
in the Indiana Collegiate Conference with a 3-2 mark. St. Joseph's and Evansville tied for first place with
Valparaiso capturing third position.
Junior fullback Leroy Thompson was the leading ground gainer as well as holder of the scoring
honors. Even when an injury forced him to the sidelines before the season was over, Thompson was voted
the team's Most Valuable Player by the Indianapolis newspapers.
Tackle Jim Baker, who is only a junior, ranked as the ninth leading college punter in the nation and
was elected by his teammates as the team's Most Valuable Player. Quarterback Dick Ahrendts had a very
good year in the passing department as he completed 50 of 96 passes for 661 yards and a very good .521
Scott Chandler, co-captain of the Bulldogs, was the leading pass receiver, nabbing 15 passes for a total
yardage of 219. End John Harrell
was runner up in the receiving de-
partment as he caught seven passes
for a 94-yard total.
Seniors on the squad received in-
dividual trophies at the football
banquet: Scott Chandler, co-cap-
tain and end; Leo Mahoney, co-
captain and end; Dan Lehane, end;
Mannard Kennedy, who played in
every game during the past four
seasons; Tom Rohrabaugh, quarter-
back; Norm Wilson, halfback;
Frank Meier, halfback; D a n
Sheehan, fullback; and Dick Hess,
112 118 First Downs
1,561 1,712 Yards Rushing (net)
362 414 Rushing Attempts
4.4 4.1 Yards Averaged, rushing
707 532 Yards Passing
119 84 Passes Attempted
53 32 Passes Completed
.445 .381 Passing Average
10 13 Passes Intercepted
2,268 2,444 Total Offensive Yardage
4.8 4.5 Total Offensive Average
38 33 Punts
37.8 36.6 Yards Averaged Punting
137 191 Total Points
21 28 Touchdowns
11 20 Conversions
1 Field Goals
FINAL SCORES (W 3, L 5)
14 Evansville 45
26 Indiana State 19
20 Ball State 13
13 St. Joseph's 28
18 DePauw 7
14 Valparaiso 24
12 Wabash 14
20 Washington (St. L.) 41
Dick Ahrendts — Junior — Quarter-
back—Leading passer with 52%
Tom Rohrabaugh — Senior— Quar-
terback— Witt\' and masterful
Nick Nardo — Sophomore — Full-
back—Hard hitting back who
averaged 4.3 \ards per carrv.
Nolan Masters — Junior — Half-
back—Second leading ground
gainer and defensive standout.
Dick Hess — Senior— Guard— Untir-
ing lineman who made a lot of
Bill Gamblin — Sophomore— Guard
Rough offensive guard and
strong defensive line backer.
Ken Nicholson — Junior — Guard-
Helped to bolster the Bulldog's
Manert Kennedy — Senior— Tackle
Played in every game in the
past four \'ears.
Scott Chandler — Senior— End— Co-
captain and number one pass re-
John Benjamin — Senior — Guard
—Hard charging offensive and
Leo Mahoney — Senior— End— Co-
captain and both offensi\'e and
Tom Himes — Sophomore— Guard
Rugged 200-pound ofFensi\e
and defensi\'e guard.
BUTLER 14 EVANSVILLE 45
Butler's gridmen opened their football season in
the Indiana Collegiate Conference battle with Evans-
ville's Aces in the Butler Bowl on September 25 but
came out on the short end of a 45-14 score.
Nick Nardo scored the Bulldogs first touchdown of
the season in the second quarter, ending a Bulldog
drive from the Aces' 41-vard line. Norm Wilson tallied
the other marker in the third period as the Butler
eleven drove 63 yards for the score.
Evansville's tremendous speed was the chief factor
in handing the Bulldogs their opening-game loss. Three
of the Ace's backs scored twice and picked up a total
of 447 vards.
BUTLER 26 INDIANA STATE 19
Johnnv Brown, 170-pound sophomore speedster, was
the standout as the Butler Bulldogs rebounded from the
Evansville loss to beat Indiana State 26-19 at Terre
Brown, who did not even dress in the opening game,
scored three times and gained 196 vards on 13 carries
—an average of 15 vards a carry.
Quarterback Dick Ahrendts was in top form in the
passing department as he completed seven of eight
passes. The victory was the Bulldogs 13th in the 15-
game series, two of which ended in ties.
BUTLER 20 BALL STATE 13
Lerov Thompson, junior fullback, returned to the
old form which had helped him become the leading
ground-gainer as a freshman. He scored all three
touchdowns as the BU griders knocked Ball State out
of the Indiana Collegiate Conference race bv beating
the Cardinals 20-13 in the Butler Bowl.
The Bulldogs came fom behind a 13-0 defecit to
record the important triumph. Sonnv Gradv, Cardinal
standout, was handled very well by the Butler defense
and was thrown for several losses.
Fumbles kept the fans on the edge of their seats as
both teams seemed to be trying to help each other
win. Then Butler jelled in the final period as Thompson
scored the tying and winning touchdowns.
BUTLER 13 ST. JOSEPH 28
Fumbles paved the wav for the St. Joseph's Pumas
to stop the Bulldogs in a 28-13 conference battle. The
victory enabled the Pumas to keep a perfect conference
record while Butler dropped to a 2-2 mark.
Butler's defensive line which would not yield an inch
kept the hopes of victory within the vision of the But-
ler fans. However a 53-yard burst up the sidelines bv
a Puma back and three fumbles saw their hopes
Only the sheer brute power of big Lerov Thompson
thwarted the St. Joseph patterns. A strong defensive
line by the St. Joe eleven held the Bulldogs in check
just when the score was within grasp.
BUTLER 18 DEPAUW 7
Leroy Thompson and Jim Baker spear-headed the
Bulldogs to a 18-7 victory over the DePauw Tigers in
an ICC battle at the Butler Bowl. Thompson gained
Ken Avington — Freshman— Guard
Good prospective lineman who
saw considerable action as a
Norm Wilson — Senior — Halfback
— Speed\' scatback who averaged
4.7 yards per carry.
Ron Wathen — Sophomore— Tackle
Hard fighting and scrapping
107 yards by rushing and Baker's kicking kept the
Tigers chasing themselves while the Bulldogs spirit
was upending the 18-point favored Tigers.
Team spirit counted heavilv in the victorv which
gave the Bulldogs their final 3-2 conference record.
John Brown, returning to the form he showed in the
Indiana State game, scored a touchdown and was a
verv good defense standout.
Nolan Masters, hard working halfback, played al-
most the entire game with a badlv swollen left leg
when he was kicked during a pile-up. Nevertheless,
Nolan plaved a verv great defensive and offensive
BUTLER 12 WABASH 14
Butler traveled to Wabash without the services of
Lerov Thompson and lost a heart-breaking 14-12
contest. The defeat could be blamed on one of any
number of things. One factor was the fact that Wabash
hasn't lost a home game since 1953, when Butler won
in a last-minute touchdown drive as the gamed ended
Then there was the fact that Thompson, for the
first time in three \'ears, did not pla\' against the Cave-
men. And then too the Wabash Coach Garland Frazier
was in the hospital and this set the stage for the Ca\e-
men to "Win for the Coach."
The weather did not help the Bulldogs either as it
rained and snowed the da\' before and it was a \er\'
chillv dav for football. After trailing 14-0 in the final
quarter the Bulldogs came to life with their own cr\-
"Win for Lero\'" but the ralh' fell short as the Blue
and White failed to score their extra points.
Dick Ahrendts had a field dav in the passing depart-
ment as he completed 11 of 18 passes for a total of
195 \'ards. Dick scored one touchdown himself and
threw the other one to Scott Chandler.
BUTLER 20 WASHINGTON (ST. L.) 41
Substitute halfback Ken Miles was as hot a fourth
of Julv celebration as he scored three touchdowns
to crush the Bulldogs in their final game of the season
41-20 at St. Louis."
The three Butler scores were made possible by Leo
Mahone\' who scored on a 15-yard pass from Ahrendts
in the first quarter. The second tally came in the third
lieriod when Nick Nardo plunged from the one-\ard
line. The final touchdown was scored b\ quarterback
Dick Ahrendts on a 10-\ard run in the final stanza.
Nick Nardo was the work horse of the Butler crew
but could not match the efforts of the speedy Miles.
Mannard Kennedy, playing his final game, w;xs a de-
fensive standout as he set up one touchdown by re-
covering a fumble on the Washington 33 yard line in
the fourth quarter.
Maxey almost gets away before being tackled
by one shoe.
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Nolan Masters heads for the sidelines as he
makes a twenty yard gain.
Coach H inkle watches his Bulldogs from the sidelines as the team stops an
opponent's drive up the field.
Butler students and guests honored the football team at a banquet
in Atherton Center.
Leroij Thompson is fighting for a few more yards
which helped him to beeome the leading ground Football is a rough sport as this picture shows and
gainer on the team. ^^ ^^ "''* /"" ^^ be on the bottom of a pile-up.
Paul D. Hinkle- Coach of Coaches
Enough words have been said
about Paul D. Hinkle, athletic di-
rector, head football, basketball and
baseball coach at Butler, to fill two
or three complete volumes. There is
little doubt in the minds of his players
that he is the greatest coach ever to
come to the Butler campus.
The honors that he has received
will almost fill another book. At pres-
ent, he is chairman of the N.C.A.A.
Rules Committee and last year was
elected to the Helms Coaching Hall
At the end of basketball season this
year Tony was voted, along with A.
McCutchan of Evansville, as the
"Coach of the Year" in the Indiana
There is no other man in American
colleges today that can handle as
many jobs as "Tony" does and can
still have winning ball clubs as Hink
has had in his 34 years on this campus.
Front row (1. to r.): Don Owensby, Dick Collins, Charles Allen, Earl Willoughby, Tom Shaw.
Back row: Coach Calvin Walker, Hoagy ElHot, Bob Lamb, Bill Etienne, Bob Stamm, Dale Toole, trainer W'ilHam Hinshaw.
Underclassmen Lead Cross Country Squad
Coach Galvin Walker had the largest turn-
out for cross country in several years as But-
ler's cross country team won two meets and lost
Inexperience and tough competition were the
things which handicapped the young Bulldogs.
But Coach Walker was pleased with the showing
his team made in several meets and is looking
forward to next year when he will have more
Varsity letters were presented to Dick Collins,
Don Owensby and Robert Stamm. Earl Wil-
loughby received a service award, and fresh-
man numerals were presented to Bob Allen,
Dale Toole and Bob Lamb.
Indiana Central 15 40
Wabash 39 21
Ball State-Miami 79 49-16
Chicago-W. Michigan 5S 57-20
DePauw 34 23
Valparaiso 36 22
Big State 9th
Little State 7th
( Low Score Wins )
Where would school spirit be if there were
no one to lead it? And this question would be
a hard one to answer if a school did not have
good yell leaders.
This year's spirited Butlerites who directed
yells during the football and basketball seasons
were seniors Judy Woolgar, Sandi Baker, Cherry
Sheppard and Larry French; sophomores Sara
Johnson, Jim Franklin, Joyce Cripe and Ann
"The best trainer in Indiana." Yes, this is the
title that has been pegged on Jim "Hot Hands"
Morris. The accomplishments of this man would
be more than enough to fill a book. There is not
another man who has given so much time to
Butler's athletics in order that they will perform
to the best of their ability while he sits back
and watches and waits until they trot back to
the training room to see ole "Hot Hands."
Jim "Hot Hands" Morris
1955-56 SEASON RECORD
Ohio State 73
Notre Dame 83
St. Joseph's 77
BUTLER . .
BUTLER . .
Indiana State . . .64°
Ball State 59°
Notre Dame .... 74
84 Wabash 70
87 Indiana State ...73°
BUTLER 77 DePauw 69°
BUTLER 74 St. Joseph's 58°
BUTLER 84 Ball State 74°
("-Indicates ICC game)
Final Basketball Statistics
Bob Plump 22
Mark Peterman 23
Hank Foster 23
Joe Ditmire 20
Bob Masters 12
Vic Edwards 10
Larry Alexander 8
Leon Redenbacher 8
Hay Riley 8
Ray Craft 7
Harry Morozowski 1
BUTLER totals 23
OPPONENTS total 23
Bulldoss Post Impressive 14-9 Record
Final statistics on the 1955-56 Butler University
basketball team bore out Coach Tony Hinkle's oft-
expressed conviction that this was the greatest
shooting ball club in Bulldog history. The Fair-
views finished with a .371 team shooting percent-
age from the field and a free throw percentage of
.691 on 463 markers in 670 attempts.
Again the Bulldogs were made up mostly of
underclassmen with guard Dave Scheetz being
the only starting senior. Sophomores Ted Guzek
and Bob Plump finished one, three in the scoring
department as juniors Mark Peterman and Henry
Foster finished fourth and fifth respectively in
Ted Guzek, who had to work his way into the
starting line-up, finished the season with a flourish
and ended with 370 points. Ted hit 127 of 285 field
goals and added 116 of 167 free throws. Against
Notre Dame on February 7, Guzek twisted, turned,
and drove under time and time again as he col-
lected 37 points which broke the Butler individual
record in the Fieldhouse which was previously
held by Buckshot O'Brien who scored 33 points
Two of the Bulldogs received national ratings in
the free throw department. Guard Dave Scheetz
was number one in the Midwest averages and
ranked fourth in the nation. His running mate, Bob
Plump, finished fourth in the Midwest and four
teenth in the national rankings.
Henry Foster, Fairview center, was the number
one rebounder as he grabbed 191 from the bank-
boards and Mark Peterman finished in the runner-
up spot in this department with 175, and Ted
Guzek was third with 143.
Dave Scheetz, who was one of the steadiest men
on the team, finished second only to Guzek in the
scoring department. The red-head from Plymouth
was the captain of the team and was chosen by
the sportswriters as the team's Most Valuable
In the Indiana Gollegiate Conference, the Bull-
dogs finished in a tie for the runner-up spot with
Valparaiso who ended with an 8-4 record. Evans-
ville, who downed the Hinklemen twice, won only
by an 82-77 overtime, won the loop title which
they defended this season.
Bulldog victories were over such teams at Notre
Dame, Princeton, Wisconsin, Michigan and Wa-
bash twice. In the Michigan game Ron Kramer,
who was their leading scorer, was held to a mere
two point total by very fine Butler defense.
At the basketball banquet, senior awards went
to Joe Ditmire, Leon Redenbacher and Dave
Scheetz. Varsity letter winners were named and
also the fact was announced that Iowa, Big Ten
champs for the past two seasons, may very well be
on the Bulldogs' schedule next year.
Another new thing which was added this year
was the "Butler Family" who cheered the Bulldogs
on to victory in the Fieldhouse. The "Family" was
made possible by the selling of season tickets at a
low price of only 22 cents a game. Over 5,000 of
these tickets were sold and the fans showed their
spirit as they responded as the Butler Bulldogs
started to rebuild their name as a great basketball
power in the nation.
And away he goes! As Ted Guzek gets a block
from Joe Ditmire when driving for another
Up and over! Bob Plump makes like a tumbler
as he goes tinder the basket but meets strong
Forward— second in re-
round player— finished
third in scoring— honor-
able mention on ICC
Forward — Frequent
starter with a fine spirit
—hit .767 from the free
Forward — Guard —
Scored 119 points to
take sixth place in the
Forward — Unanimous
selection to ICC team-
Leading scorer in the
Guard — Most Valuable
Payer— Runner-up in the
scoring column— honor-
able mention on ICC
Center— Leading re-
bounder on team-
finished fifth in team
Guard — Speed\- guard
who saw action in seven
Receiving Senior troph\'
at the basketball
Guard— Senior guard
who showed great spirit
throughout the basket-
A liighlight of the season was when
the- Butler Bulldogs upset a Notre Dame
five in the Fieldhouse Februarv 7, 81-74,
avenging an earlier 83-69 defeat at
The game, one of the best played in
the Fieldhouse, also began the six game
winning streak the Bulldogs enjoyed
closing their successful season.
After the Notre Dame game the Bull-
dogs blasted the Wabash Cavemen for
the second time and won an Indiana
Conference game with Indiana State.
Ne.xt on Butler's list was DePauw fol-
lowed bv St. Joseph's who beat the But-
ler squad at St. Joe in a 77-75 thriller
after the Blue and White had led all the
Last on the Butler schedule was the
Ball State Cardinals whom the Bull-
dogs had beaten by 10 points earlier
on the Fieldhouse floor. The game was
a must if the Bulldogs were to finish
in runner-up position. The Hinklemen
downed the Cardinals by 10 points on
the opponents floor and clinched a tie
for second place in the Indiana Col-
Three men, Joe Ditmire, Dave Scheetz,
and Leon Bedenbacher, wore their Blue
and White uniforms for the last time in
a home game with St. Joseph's and the
last time of their career at Ball State.
To them we sav good-bve but not be-
fore saving we are sorry to see them go.
A pla\'er will always remember the little
things that happen in the dressing room,
the long hours of practice, the bad night
when \ou could do nothing right, and
the night that evervtime you shot, the
ball went in . . . especially the crazy
shots. The next season he has all these
things to remember.
Then comes the last year— all the prac-
tices and the dressing room fun and play
end after the last game when vou have
turned in N'our uniform and said adieu
to the basketball world for Butler Uni-
To vou, the three seniors, we of Butler
say it was a pleasure to watch vou plav
and that you will never be forgotten by
Row I (I. to r.): L. Combs, J. Mailers, R. Athen, B. Funkhouser, R. Ulrey. Row II: D. Luthe, D. Pirtle, J. Ray, K. Seamon,
B. Wolfe, B. Woodling. K. Kouns. Row III: R. Holmes, G. Harvey, R. Riley, Coach Hinkle, B. Plump, L. Redenbacher,
Baseball Nine Has Rocky 5-11-1 Season
Butler Bluesox had a rocky road on the baseball
diamond last year as they dropped eleven contests
while winning only five with another game ending
in a 0-0 deadlock.
The Bulldogs started off the season with a four
game series with Purdue in which the Boilermakers
won three and the other ending in the 0-0 tie. The
diamond crew then entered the winning column
with a 2-0 decision over Wabash but Indiana
stopped the Blue and White squad 6-2.
DePauw defeated the Butler nine 4-2 and then
the Bulldogs came back fast to win three in a row.
They clubbed Bakalar AFB 10-4 and got their re-
venge by whipping DePauw 4-3 and took a close
one 5-4 from the Ball State Cardinals.
The Bulldogs then hit a slump as they dropped
the next five games to Valparaiso twice, Indiana
again, a close 3-2 thriller to Wabash, and another
close 5-4 loser to Evansville. The Butler nine then
stopped the Ball State nine 6-2 and lost their last
game of the season 5-2 to the Aces of Evans^'ille.
Varsity letters went to Gene Hars'ey, Frank
Huff, Beryl Kouns, Leon Redenbacher, Kenny
Seamon and Bob Wolfe. A tough eighteen-game
schedules faces the 1956 Bluesox team which in-
cludes five double headers and games w^th ICC
and non-conference opponents.
1955 Tennis Team
Racketeers Finish with Fine Season
Coach "Pop" Hedden's 1955 tennis team was led by Clint Parsons and
Jack Frayman as they won 9 encounters while dropping only four and climaxing
their season by taking runner-up spot in the Indiana Collegiate Conference meet
for the second straight year.
A tough fourteen game card has been set for the 1956 racketeers which in-
cludes eleven contests with conference foes and such independents as Cincinnati,
Purdue, and Wabash.
BALL STATE ..6
Ball State 3
Indiana State . .3
Indiana State . . 3
St. Joseph's ... .0
Butler . . .
Butler . . .
Butler . . .
Butler . . .
18 & 19 Conference at DePauw
1955 ICC and Little State Champs
Golfers Win ICC, Little State Championship
Coach Jim Hauss' golf team compiled
the most successful spring sports team
on the Butler campus as they won eight
meets, dropped only three and were tied
in two others.
The highlight of the season was the
winning of both the Indiana Collegiate
Conference and the Little State titles.
Varsity letters were awarded to Ray
Ranch and Charlie Butler.
Indiana State, Ball State and Frankhn
handed the Butler duffers their sole
losses while Western Michigan and
Wabash managed to tie the BU golfers.
Wabash, Ball State, Valparaiso, Evans-
ville, Indiana State and Franklin all fell
to the Hauss-coached squad.
W. Michigan 6 6
Wabash 11 1
Ball State 14 4
Indiana State 3M 8/2
Valparaiso 7M 4^
Evansville 9M 23^
Wabash 6 6
Indiana State 7% 4)2
Ball State 43^ 13?^
Franklin 932 8%
Franklin 93^ 143-:
Little State First
Standing ( r. to 1. ) ; Frank Cambell, John Wells, Earl Willboughby, Bill Etienne, Dwight
Bridge, Bob Stamm, Jim Maxey, William Hinshaw and Coach Walker. Kneeling: Dick Collins,
Dick Hershey, Don Owensby, W. Layman, Henry Foster and Ken Plantz.
Thinles Face Rough Competition
Lack of depth was the detrimental
factor in Ikitler's track record of 1955
as the Butler squad dropped all nine
meets. The Bulldogs finished fourth in
the Indiana Collegiate Conference,
fourth in the Little State, and seventh
in the Big State meets.
Standouts on the team were; Henry
Foster, hurdle and high jumper: Bill
Etienne, 440 yard dash man, who had
the second best time in the nation for
that event; and distance men Don
Owensbv and Dick Collins.
Butler 41 1/6
Butler 63 1/3
Big State— Seventh
Little State— Fourth
DePauw and Purdue 56-73
Ball State 88 5/6
Cincinnati 63 2/3
Sigma Nil players go up in the air to return the ball
as they battle for a win in the volleyball league.
The champions of the Ping-pong competition look
serious as they down another foe.
Phi Delta Theta Tops Intramural Sports
Phi Delta Theta has taken the top position in
the intramural competition this year. With only
Softball and track remaining on the schedule it
seems sure that the Phi Delts will win the IM
trophy which is presented at the end of the
school year to the organization accumulating
the most total points based on all sports.
The Phi Delts began their winning early as
they copped the football championship with the
Sigma Nus taking the runner-up position. Sigma
Nu won the volleyball crown as the Phi Delts
and Sigma Chis finished in a dead heat for the
number two position.
Phi Delta Theta won the championship in the
IM basketball league with a 12-2 record as the
Sigma Nus again finished in the runner-up spot
behind the Phi Delts. Sigma Chi and Delta Tau
Delta tied for the third spot in the standings.
Fourteen teams entered the all-school basket-
ball tournament which ended with the Phi Delts
playing the Sigma Nus in the championship
game. The Phi Delts again proved to be the
champs as they downed the Sigma Nus 40-35.
In the ping-pong competition the Lambda
Chis could not over take the Phi Delts and
finished in second place behind the sports-
mintled Phi Delts.
Swimming also went to the Phi Delts with
Sigma Nu again in second place. The Kappa
Sigmas won the golf title as the Lambda Chis
were grabbing top honors in the bowling tour-
Directing the men's program is Frank "Pop"
Hedden who is also assistant football coach and
head coach of the tennis team.
A Phi Delt tennis player follows through on a
keen serve as competition prevails in the
TOUCHDOWN-As a Delt football player
laterals to a teammate who went on to score
in a football contest.
If I don't get him then you— The trap looks inescapable for this ball carrier as
opponents surround him and close in for the tackle.
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Women's Recreational Association
The women's sports are under the leadership
of the WRA sports council. Each member of the
council is in charge of one sport and the vice-
president of the WRA is chairman of the pro-
gram. Mary Francis Harding is head of the pro-
gram this year and Miss Barbara Drinkwater
is the faculty sponsor.
The purpose of WRA is to provide recreation
for the women of the university through the
participation in individual and team sports, to
foster friendly interschool relationships through
the sponsoring of sports day, and to promote
among the students an interest in the general
athletic program of the university.
The program is as wide-spread as the men's
intramural program, consisting of volleyball,
basketball, field hockey, softball, badminton, ten-
nis, swimming, and horsemanship.
At the annual WRA banquet which is held in
the spring awards are presented in each in-
dividual sport as well as presenting an All-
In addition to these awards the Dyer Award
is given to the outstanding junior or senior who
has displayed the best mental attitude, good
sportsmanship, willingness to participate in all
phases of the recreational program, good
scholarship and personality. Last year's winner
was June Upnaus.
Mary Frances Harding was awarded the in-
dividual service award for the year of faithful
service given to the women's recreation pro-
gram. The Pi Beta Phi sorority won the group
service award for continual interest and en-
thusiam for the WRA program and Kappa
Kappa Gamma received the All-Sports trophv.
The Breakfast of Champions!
Delta Tau Delta and Kappa Alpha Theta won
the coveted first place honors at the 1955 Spring
Sing sponsored by the YM-YWCA. This year
the program was held in the Fieldhouse because
of bad weather. The Delts were dressed in
traditional white dinner jackets with their
purple, gold and white victory sashes. Their
winning songs were "Begin the Beguine" and
"Delta Sweetheart." Jim Moore directed the
Sue Sleeth directed the Thetas as they sang
"My Dream of Love," Black Is the Color of
My True Love's Hair" and "Anything Goes." The
girls deviated from the traditional formals by
wearing black and gold Grecian outfits.
A Hard Decision!
The Sis,s in Action.
October 28 and 29 was a damp week end for the Butler
campus, but despite the weather, the Homecoming spirit
was not dampened for the students and alums. The ring-
ing of the Chimes at noon on Friday officially started the
Centennial Homecoming celebration.
The freshmen lost both of their encounters with the
sophomores. The girls were first to go down to defeat in
the tug-of-war. The fellows didn't fare anv better anv better
as they were met b\' a determined group of sophomore men
who kept the rhinies from getting the green beanie off the
greased pole. Cornerstone la\ing ceremonies for the new
Women's Dormitory were at 2:00. Later in the afternoon
the judges peered through a typical Indiana rain to see
what was left of the house decorations.
At 7:00 p.m. the torchlight parade started in the Pi Phi
house. The traditional pep rally and bonfire followed
on the practice field behind the Fieldhouse. After this was
the C-Club dance wheje the Delta Gammas and Lambda
Chis won first place honors for their house decorations.
Most of Friday night was spent putting the finishing
touches on the floats \yhich had to be read\- for the down-
town parade that started at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday. This
was followed by the Valparaiso-Butler football game in the
Bowl. Queen Cherr\' Sheppard, Pi Phi, and her court were
the honored guests. Float trophies were awarded at the
game also so the Lambda Chis and Delta Gammas became
double winners when the\' copped first place again . . . two
wins apiece in two daws. Alumni open houses were held in
the sorority and fraternity houses after the game.
Scarlet Quill and Blue Key were in charge of most of
the Homecoming festivities. According to tradition, thev
sponsored the dance vyhich was held in the Eg\'ptian Room
of the Mmat on Saturday evening. Cherr\- Sheppard was
officialh crowned and her court was also presented at that
Sunday was, of course, used to recuperate from the lost
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WRA Square Dance
Jeanie Woolridge, Alpha Chi, and Tom Roh-
rabaugh, Sigma Chi, were elected Pumpkin
Queen and Corn King at the annual WRA Hal-
loween Square Dance. Each social organization
and dorm nominated a candidate for the king
and queen. Votes are a penny apiece so the
candidates with the most money at the end of
the voting period are the winners.
The WRA Square Dance is a traditional af-
fair which allows Butlerites a breather from the
rock and roll craze and lets them enjoy them-
selves at a good old-fashioned square dance.
The pictures at the top of the page show the
king and queen while the other pictures on the
page show the square dancers and voters in
It's game time at the Butler Field-
house! With the familiar refrain "We'll
sing the Butler War Song," the Butler
basketball games got started with a bang.
The smiling faces of the broadcasting
team of Dave McGhee and Bill Perkins,
WAJC's ace sports team, were familiar
sights at most of BU's home games. The
team did its part too bv pla\ing and
winning some reallv exciting games
which kept the spectators glued to their
Thanks to the Tony Hinkle $3.00 .sea-
son passes, there were bigger cro\\'ds in
the Fieldhouse than even the five-\'ear
seniors can remember.
The cheerleaders, Sandi Baker, Judv
Woolgar, Cherry Sheppard, Sara John-
son, Larry French, Ann Wells, and
Joyce Cripe had crowds to lead that
were willing to cheer the Bulldog five.
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Memories, Butler memories that is, are composed
mostly of Jordan Hall. What worse way to start the
school day than to stop at the Bursar's office to make
that final payment on your tuition or to pay that park-
ing fine? But, as you ti^avel on down the hall past the
Registrar's office, the view begins to brighten . . .
m-m-m-m-m boys. As you progress with your saunter-
ing some of you lucky people will sec Muffi Murphy
merrily walking to class. During your walk you "just
happen" to run into some of your friends in Jell Hall.
This means a bull session for sure. You continue on
your way until you reach a room marked "Library"
which after all was your ultimate goal.
Parade of Beauties before the judges.
Most Eligible Bachelor is crowned.
Queen Martin congratulated by
The judges try hard to decide. The Eligible Bachelors on parade
An Ace in the hole
Just one hand
7 want a redeal .
Shackelford gets the brushoff
I'll send an ambulance . . .
They took lessons from their students ... [1171
"Eight to five all the way" . . . "The angle is up"
were again the familiar cries of the spirited March-
ing Bulldogs. The band, one of the university's finest
traditions, crowned its successful centennial season
with a trip to Washington of St. Louis.
Charles Henzie's precision unit composed of color
guard, majorettes and bandsmen appeared 100-strong
in the Bowl during the football season. Mr. Henzie
was assisted by "Chief" Fred Neimeyer.
The color guard presented original half-time bas-
ketball shows which were always in demand. They
even took one show to Ball State. From the time the
band marches into the Bowl at the first football game,
to its last strains at Commencement, the Butler Band
is the symbol of the Spirit of Butler.
The Christmas Spirit personified.
Winter Comes to Butler
Jordan Hall in the Snow
Santa is for children?
The busses are later than ever.
Pi Phis win house decoration trophy
at tree-lighting ceremony.
D.G.'s win minor act trophy.
"Oh, the shark has pretty teeth dear . .
Approximately 1500 persons saw the Thetas and Sigm^
Nus win the major act trophies at the 37th Annual Geneva
Stunts program on March 2. Each year the YM-YWCA
sponsors the stunt program in an effort to raise money to
send delegates to the Geneva Regional Conference in June
and also for money to continue its other programs such as
Spring Sing, the Freshman Mixer and Freshman Camp.
Three sororities and three fraternities were chosen for
major act competition. Delta Delta Delta, Pi Beta Phi,
Delta Tau Delta and Lambda Chi Alpha were selected in
addition to the two major winners. The Delta Gammas
and Kappa Sigs won minor act trophies. Other minor acts
included the Alpha Chis and the Melody Maids from
John Philak, YMCA Secretary, commented that the 1956
Geneva Stunts were among the best ever presented. Dave
McGhee did an excellent job as master of ceremonies.
The Delts show some Butler Hoods at Mackie's Hideaway.
"The Yellow Rose of Texas"
"We're Coin on a Parity Raid"
Kappa Sigs Win Minor Trophy. "There's No Business Like Show Business"
"Oh, What a Beautiful Morning ..."
"We are jour great big men as you can plainly see.'
John Dixon races down aisle for the trophy.
Siqma Nus Wi
The Sigma Nus pulled their third major act trophy
in four years by winning in 1956. "Arabian Antics,"
directed by Jolinny Dixon, was highlighted by a danc-
ing girl line which kept the audience in hysterics.
The theme was to try to make Shiek Bob Dugdale
happy. The boys showed him an American line, a
slave line and the dancing girls. At the end of the
act, the .Shiek discovered that happiness could be
found right at home. Then "Happy days were there
again, for their Shiek was happy once again." Johnny
Di.xon did the choregraphy and wrote the original
words for the act.
"We're the dancing girls. We will dance the whole night through."
"You're a Square. Won't you listen to our plea?"
"Dressed up like a million dollar trouper
"Portrait d'Amerique" was the name of the win-
ning Theta act. Directed by Anne Fleming, the Thetas
showed the audience and a skeptic, played by Diane
Roberts, through paintings, singing and dancing, that
America is the place to paint prize-winning pictures.
Variety was added by the four distinctly different
lines: the Beaux Art's Ball, "Down by the Ohio,"
"Chinatown, My Chinatown" and "Puttin' on the
Ritz." Original words and music were written by Anne
Fleming and Joanie Davis for the transitional parts
sung by the four artists who convinced the skeptic.
"Paint the USA in an artist's way.
is calling you."
Through the looking glass .
At Home in the Dorms
This is the way to study . . .
Burning the midnight oil
A nickel doesn't buy much . . .
All Out for a Trophy
Jane Cox drove the Thetas to victory in the De-
tergent Box Derby. This event, sponsored by the
Sigma Nus, was introduced to the campus with
huge success and is scheduled to be an annual af-
The contest was held at Wilbur Shaw's Soap
Box Derby Hill and trophies were given for speed
and beauty. The Delta Gammas lovely pink car
was chosen as the most artistic by the judges.
In the case of the Beard-growing contest, the
prize was not a trophy but a ticket to the Triad
Dance. This contest was sponsored by the Junior
Class much to the regret of every girl on campus.
The Cave-man spree finally ended in the photo-
finish above. Scott Chandler and Jack Martin re-
ceived duplicate prizes.
Last minute mechanical repairs were most com-
mon at the Derby. The inexperienced girls waited
for help which often never appeared. Here the
Kappas are diligently working while a disgusted
voung dcrbv veteran looks on.
One of the biggest competitions of the year is
Homecoming. Sororities and fraternities each com-
pete for trophies gi\en for float and liouse decora-
tions. Since .stulled napkins play a liig part in al-
most every float, the scene al)ove is very coinmoii.
The winner is announced.
Student Union Valentine Dance
A record breaking crowd turned out for
the Student Union Valentine Dance held in
Atherton Center. Organizations were asked
to put up a candidate for either the King
or Queen of Hearts. Judging was based on
appearance, personality and activities. The
judges were Dr. W. J. Hepler, Dr. Allan
McCurry and four members from the
board. The music was by Vic Knight. At
intermission President Shirley Doyle and
Dance chairman Anne Fleming crowned
Carolyn Mustard, a Kappa Kappa Gamma
sophomore. Queen of Hearts, and Dick
Sink, a Phi Delta Theta senior. King of
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First rate chaperones.
Consratulations are in order
Hail the King.!
Back-h^icWe khaki shirt
Butler Goes Ivy League
By January, 1956, the initial shock of Bermuda shorts had
worn off, the Rock 'n Roll era of popular music was accepted,
bridge remained the "drawing card" in the C-Club, Tom Lehr
kept the campus laughing and the Ivy League craze was
Crew neck sweaters, back buckled khakis, wool bobby socks
and dirtier white bucks led in class attendance, while a Saturday
night date featured for the boy a three-button sport coat, Oxford-
cloth shirt and pleatless slacks. Date nights for the girls show
three-button suits and shirt waist skirts. Color range from brown
khaki to green khaki with an occasional black watch plaid thrown
in for variety. ...„,„„J, —
Crew necked Shetlands and khaki slacks. Three-button sport coat and a sliirt waist suit.
Three finak tomorrow!
Woman from Mars ? ? ?
Is this a model?
Atten . . . shun! ! !
"Clock and Doors.'
At Butler Turn
That which is accepted dur-
ing any Leap Year was intensi-
fied on the Butler campus in
1956 as the fehne faction put to
use the feared behavior pattern.
B-men cringed as co-t^ds smiled
and walked their way. Profes-
sors hid from unattached stu-
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About Is Fair Play
dents in the halls, and it was
rumored that even the Bursar
weakened on tuition payments.
Thus, "Meet me in the C-Club"
was the "catch" phrase used this
Leap Year by the girls pictured.
They skillfully executed Leap
Year protocol, and caught their
''Memories Are Made of This," "A Many Splendored Thing" . . . This was the 1956 Mil-Ball.
Rep. Brownson presents trophy.
All set for a big evening.
Programs for the ladies.
The Court in all its splendor at parade rest.
Truly the Belle of the Ball.
Sisma Chi Explosion
One of the worst tragedies in Butler's his-
tory took place at approximately 2:30 a.m.
on November 19, 1955 . . . Butler's Sigma Chi
chapter house blew up as the result of a
faulty water heater. One of the miracles of the
incident was that no one was seriously hurt.
Hoagy Elliott was buried under piles of
rubble for nearly an hour while other boys
were thrown out of windows and fell through
floors; but the end result was just a few cuts
The Phi Delts and Sammies came to the
immediate rescue of the Sigs by setting up
temporary living quarters and serving hot
coffee to firemen and onlookers. Fortunately
very few men were in the house when it ex-
ploded. The Sigs and Phi Delts had obtained
extended hours for their dates for the Shield
and Cross Dance which they jointly sponsored
that night. Hours were extended until 2:30
so many of the boys had not returned by the
time of the blast.
The Sigs were unable to salvage their be-
longings for nearly a week after the explosion
because the remaining walls of the house
threatened to cave in at any time. The whole
campus pitched in to help the boys while ar-
rangements were made for them to move
into the vacant rooms on the third floor of
the men's dorm.
In true Sigma Chi spirit the chapter has
continued to have chapter functions. The Sig
moto "In Hoc Signo Vinces" (In this sign we
conquer) has been especially fitting for Rho
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Mary Jo O'Hara
Scarlet Quill hopes are high this year, for after being in-
spected by the national president, accepted by the national
executive board and petitioning the active chapters
throughout the country, members of this senior women's
honorary hope to be installed as members of Mortar
Scarlet Quill has been a Butler University organization
which recognizes senior women who are outstanding in
scholarship, character and extra-curricular activities. How-
ever, after 25 years of operating as a local campus organiza-
tion, Scarlet Quill is in the process of becoming a Mortar
This year Scarlet Quill planned and organized the Cen-
tennial Homecoming program with members of Blue Key,
helped in the Cheer Drive and acted as official hostesses
and guides for the school. In addition, the group granted
two scholarships: one to the sophomore girl with the high-
est average and one to the most deserving junior girl.
Officers of the group are Marilyn Boyle, President; Betsy
Ross, Vice-president; Judy Woolgar, Secretary; Cherry
Sheppard, Historian and Mary Jo O'Hara, Treasurer. Miss
VVoehler was faculty sponsor.
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Back row: G. Tirsell, D. Lytle, K. Stoicheff, N. Wilson, T. Rohrabaugh, H. DeTrude. Front
row: D. Sink, B. Barnes, B. Davis, Dr. Gripe.
Blue Key, national honorary for senior men, was or-
ganized on the Butler campus in 1926 and has been active
since that time. The big event in this year's program was
the sponsoring of the 100 Homecoming Celebration in co-
operation with Scarlet Quill.
With their contribution of fifty dollars to the Senior
Class Fund, Blue Key enabled the class to plan several
socials and mixers during the spring semester. The group
will close its year by defending senior customs and
Officers of the group are Bob Barnes, President; Joe
Ditmire, Vice president; Dick Lytle, Recording secretar\';
Bill Davis, Corresponding secretary and Tom Rohrabaugh,
Treasurer. Dr. N. M. Cripe is the faculty sponsor.
Back row: S. Weisner, C. Brady, R. Nagle, B. Winders, D. Pattison, J. Rinehart, S. Burris,
A. Price, S. Wallace, S. Dollens, S. Orbison. Row II: S. Henry, N. Fleming, S. Knotts, Miss
Flanagan, sponsor. Row I: J. Niehaus, C. Wilson, P. Silberman, A. Kohlmeyer, J. Davis.
Chimes, the junior women's honorary, elects its members
from among ehgible girls with a 2.75 scholastic average
and an outstanding activities record. Each year members
of Chimes ring the chimes for the annual Homecoming
celebration and sponsor the freshman-sophomore women's
tug-of-war. Among their outstanding activities this year
were the selling of peppermint sticks during the Home-
coming game, working on the musical festival and planning
an Easter egg hunt for orphan children.
Back now: J. Burcli, R. Glanzman, J. Stegman, N. Wilkens, F. McCormick. Front row: D.
Eacret, B. Beggs, P. Janota, M. Butcher, R. Karstedt.
Heading the list of activities of the Sphinx Chib, junior
men's honorary organization, is the planning of the greased
pole fight executed annually between sophomore and fresh-
men as part of the Homecoming festivities. Members of
Sphinx are chosen for their qualities of scholarship, per-
sonality, leadership and participation in school activities.
Sphinx members can be recognized by the white hats which
they wear. President of this year's group was Paul Janota.
Back row: E. Anderson, M. Gillespie, N. Neale, S. VanArsdale, E. Sheppard, B. Irwin, Z. Hole,
S. Yoder, D. Stalker, C. Green, K. Winnefeld, M. Crowe, R. Crippen. Row II: C. Antrobus,
M. Vyverberg, S. Haas, J. Ryan, L. A. VanSickle, S. Bullard, J. Gripe, M. Lee, D. Roberts,
P. Bohanan, J. Sherritt, M. Gashcho, G. Hingle. Front row: B. Sturgeon, M. Reynolds, C.
Mustard, M. Wanck, A. Healey, B. Dillon, J. Rosenbaum, N. Johns.
Spurs is a sophomore women's honorary whose members
are chosen for outstanding achievements in scholarship,
leadership and campus activities. During the year the sell-
ing of "mums " and balloons at Homecoming time was the
first big project. Spurs members also served at the basket-
ball banquet, ushered for plays, sponsored the Path of
Pennies for needy people and helped with the Cheer Drive.
Every Monday these girls can be seen in their white
sweaters and shirts signifying membership.
Officers of the group were Ann Healey, President; Myra
Wanek, Vice-president; Carolyn Mustard, Treasurer; Bev
Dillon, Secretary; Marilyn Reynolds, Editor; Janet Crull,
Historian and Miss Anne Joy Flanagan, sponsor.
Back row: D. Black, R. Glanznian. Row III: B. Dccg, J. Henley, B. Kenny, J. White. Row
II: J. Vondracek, L. Padgett, J. Reynolds, M. Goodman. Row I; I. Fuller, R. Leeds, P. Elbert,
Sophomore men must keep their grades above the all-
men's scholastic average as well as meet a definite activity
requirement on campus to be eligible for membership in
Utes, national honorary for sophomore men. Their pur-
pose rests with sophomore class interest, scholarship,
loyalty and leadership among Butler students. Each year
they sponsor several functions. The first is enjoyed b}- the
three upper classes the most because it is the enforcement
of the beanie wearing by the Frosh. Secondh', they sup-
port the greased pole fight. When Homecoming time rolls
aroimd the Utes are found building the perennial bonfire
and adding the colorful decor to the goal posts. The Bas-
ketball Banquet is also one of their projects.
Leading the group this year was Larry Padgett, Presi-
dent; Gene Miller, Vice-president; Don Black, Secretary
and Joe White, Treasurer.
liACK now: L. W'liukowski, M. V\ \ c'llxrt;, D. Jacobs, K. BurnsicK', N. Holt, B. Irwin, ]. Cnpo,
C. Mu.stard, E. Anderson, C. Antrohus, J. Bolin. How II: A. Sliultcis, S. Cain, C, Malaska,
P. Nt-al, A.Hcalcv, S. Knotts, A. P'lcniing, S. Lon<;rst, C. Newton, D. Downs, S. Marlowe.
FuoNT now: M. Chapman, E. Sheppard, A. Wells, J. Davis, A. Kohlnieyer, G. Goodwin,
YM - YWCA Cabinet
One of the most active organizations
on campus is the Young Men's and
Women's Christian Association. In the
fall, Freshman Camp, the Fresliman
Mi.xer and the All-School picnic are the
main things on their agenda. The groups
also print the Butler Blue Book, a stu-
dent director, and sponsor Geneva
Stunts, "Y" Night, and Spring Sing.
Officers of the Y\VCA are Ami Kohl-
meyer. President; Nancy Fleming and
Grace Goodwin, \'ice-presidents; Joanie
Davis, Secretary and Sondra Orbison,
Karl Stoicheff is president of the
YMCA. Bob Barnes, Vice-president;
Gene Miller, Secretary and Norm VVil-
kens. Treasurer are the rest of the of-
ficers. John Philak is the Executive sec-
retar\' and Dr. Josey is the faculty
Back bow: J. McCartney, R. Crippen, C. Brady, D. Cheshire, C. Sheppard, D. Adkins, P.
Bramer, M. C. Swartz, B. Bibler, R. Nagle, C. Newton. Front bow; J. Jose, S. Baker, S.
Smith, C. Manwaring, K. Bailey, N. Doak, M. J. O'Hara.
Butler Panhellenic Council
Rush! Rush! Rush! When one thinks of Panhellenic, one
thinks of sororities; when one thinks of sororities, one
thinks of rush week. All these factors combined make up
the annual activities of Butler Panhellenic Council. Pan-
hel actually sets up the rules for rush, sponsors the Pan-
hel Dance, organizes and plans Greek Week and clothes a
child at Christmas.
This organization, established on the campus to aid
sororities in rushing and to solve any problems which arise
among the various groups, is made up of at least one rep-
resentative from each women's social organization at Butler.
Officers this year were Carol Manwaring, President; Judy
McCain, Vice-president; Kay Bailey, Secretary-treasurer.
Dean Durflinger is faculty sponsor.
Back row: N. Fleming, C. Mustard, D. Wilkens, P. Silbcrman, A. Hcaley, A. Fleming, A.
Asliby, M. Maloy, M. F. Harding. Front now; M. C. Swartz, N. Apley, J. Woolgar, S. Baker,
Association of Women Students
The governing body of the women students at Butler
is the Association of Women Students. The organization,
led this year by Judy Woolgar, sponsored the annual Nickel
Hop in April, the Coed Counselor program for freshmen
girls, the Pre-college Part}' for incoming freshmen, and
the May breakfast for senior women. AWS publishes each
year Coed Codes, a booklet of campus regulations and or-
ganizations, and plans monthly mass meetings for all mem-
bers. Next year will be a big one for AWS, for with the
opening of the new Women's Dorm, new rules governing
the dorm and sorority houses will have to be revised. AWS
will also help to furnish the Women's Dorm.
Officers this year were Judy Woolgar, President; Sandi
Baker, \'ice-president; Norma Apley, Secretary and Odie
Back row: B. Delp, M. Johnson,
D. Schleicher, B. Brantner, S.
Smith, M. Davis, X. Hamilton, A.
Wells, M. Reynolds, B. Sturgeon.
Second bow: M. Davis, S. Longest,
N. Fleming, M. Harding, E. Shep-
pard, G. Hingle. Fkont row: J.
Moores, H. Wilson, C. Stebbings,
Women^s Recreation Association
The Women's Recreation Association is governed
by the WRA Advisory Board whose officers are
the same as those of WRA as a whole. This year's
officers were Nancy Fleming, President; Mary
Frances Harding, Vice-president; Sue Longest,
Secretary; Barb Brantner, Treasurer; Elinor Shep-
pard. Publicity chairman and Maggie Davis, Social
chairman. Members of the Advisory Board include
one representative from each social organization
and from other groups connected with WRA. Plan-
ning a Square Dance, Banquet, playdays and
plunge parties are included in the Board's activities.
Mrs. Magdalene Davis is the faculty sponsor.
Ping Pong? Basketball? Tennis? Badminton?
These sports, and all others included in the wom-
en's intra-mural program, are organized and co-
ordinated by the Sports Council, a part of WR.-\.
Each sport on the program is represented on the
Sports Council by one or more sports head, and
membership is also open to other women who are
interested in providing recreation for Butler coeds.
Because the Sports Council and WRA work hand
in hand, the Vice-president of WRA Advisory^
Board, Mary Frances Harding, acts as chairman of
this group. Miss Barbara Drinkwater is facult\'
Back row: G. Hingle, B. Brantner,
A. Healey, E. Sheppard, M. Davis,
S. Longest, C. Aughe. Front row:
N. Fleming, B. Drinkwater, M.
Harding, X. Hamilton, M. C.
Back row: N. Nitchman, C. Housefield, P. Riser, A. Healey, A. Thomas, J. Wellington, A.
White, T. Roberts, N. Gascho, J. McCoin. Front row: D. Ketron, B. Winders, C. Forsyth,
C. Antrobus, J. Pike, M. Reynolds, H. Warner, J. Ryan, M. Parke, S. Smith, S. Swenson, C.
Malaska, E. Hamilton, D. Willenberg, S. Pabner, A. Holt, B. Caldwell, P. Ragsdale, R. Nagle,
M. Johnson, J. McCartney.
Future Teachers of America
Butler's FTA chapter has had a good turn out this
year and the future teachers who will graduate in the next
four years will leave with perhaps a better understanding of
the teacher's very important role in the community. Out-
standing features of this year's program were addresses
by Miss Marie Fraser, managing editor of the Indiana
Teacher; C. E. Funk, noted illustrator of children's books;
and the annual Christmas party for underprivileged
One of the purposes of this organization, composed of
students in education, is to promote enthusiasm for the
teaching profession. Officers for this year include Barbara
Caldwell, President; Jean McCartney, Vice-president; Janet
Wellington, Treasurer; Barbara Winders, Secretary; Mari-
lyn Beynolds, publicity and Ann Stearns, scrapbook. The
two sponsors are Miss Mazel Hart and Dr. William R.
Sigma Alpha lota
Sigiria Aljili.i Iota is a national professional niiu^ic
lionorary for women. Meinfjcrship is \Kised on scliolar-
sliip, musical abilily and character.
Activities this year were miLsicales, one of whicfi
was shared jointly with Mii Phi and Phi Mil. Tlie
active chapter presented programs at the uiiimnae and
patroness chapters and at Veterans' Hospital. They
also ushered at the various recitals given by Joaran
Officers were JoAnn Strebc, President; Janet llazel-
rigg, Vice-president; Phyllis Pierson, SecTctary and
Jean Ehlen, Treasurer. The advisory committc-e con-
sisted of Mi.ss Dorothy Hornc, Mrs. Nilo Hovey and
Mrs. Warren Bosworth.
Back now; J. Elilcn, G. Benjamin. Row II: J. llazcl-
rigg, J. Strcbe, P. Pierson. Fiust now: V. Ziehl, C.
Moody, I. Kaser, N. VanSickle. Not pictured: M.
Caudle, S. Yoder.
Mu Phi Epsilon
Mu Phi Epsilon, national women's musical honor-
ary, performs many activities throughout each year.
Among them are recitals, musicals and parties. Last
year a Panhellenie Association was formed with
Sigma Alpha Iota. President of the organization is
Mary Lou Beck.
L. to R.: M. Hagopian, M. Beck, L. A. VanSickle,
Phi Mu Alpha
Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia fraternit\' of America, is a
professional music fraternit\' for men dedicated to
furthering the cause of music. To be eligible for
membership, men must have achieved a standard in
music and a good scholarship record. In conjunction
with Sigma Alpha Iota and Mu Phi Epsilon, members
of this organization treated underprivileged children
to a Christmas party.
Back bow; A. MeClure, R. Harris, J. Brane, M. Leck-
rone, D. Boyer, F. Offutt, G. Wilhiuns. Front row;
D. Daniel, W. Kirk, H. Anderson, W. Schmoe, K.
Smith, G. Burriss, J. J. Bossev, A. Holevas. Se.\ted;
Rho Clii, national honorary society for pharmacy
students, has as its purpose the promotion of scholar-
ship, friendship, and recognition of high attainments
in the pharmaceutical sciences.
Officers of the group this year are J. Grigdesby,
President; J. Oliver, V^iee-President; W. Shobel, Sec-
retar\-; D. Broadliek, Treasurer; and R. Amos, Histor-
Back row: E. Rowe, C. Piantadosi, A. Harwood, J.
Martin. Front row: W. Schobcl, J. Grigdesby, J.
Oliver, R. Amos. Not pictured: D. Broadliek.
This group, the student branch of the National
organization of American Pharmaceutical Association,
is open to all students in the College of Pharmacy.
It is organized to foster better understanding of the
profession and to sponsor programs of benefit and
interest to all students of Pharmacy.
Officers for the year are Lacy Taylor, President;
James Grigdesby, Vice-President; C. R. Chastain,
Secretary; R. M. Wilson, Treasurer; and Dr. C.
Piantadosi, faculty advisory.
Back row; R. Wilson, C. Chastain, C. Piantadosi.
Front row: J. Grigdesby, L. Taylor.
Kappa Psi, the oldest and largest professional
fraternity in pharmacy, has as its objectives: to de-
velop industry, sobriety and fellowship; to foster high
ideals, scholarships, and pharmaceutical research and
to support all projects which will advance the pro-
fession of pharmacy. The officers of Kappa Psi this
year are Lacy Taylor, Regent; E. Reed, Vice-regent;
R. Amos, Secretary; C. Mcintosh, Treasurer and J.
Back row: J. McConn, D. Scheetz, J. Martin, E.
Coates, J. Arney, D. Di.\on, H. Miller, T. Tjiong, J.
Dixon, R. Dodge, W. Schoebel. Second row: J.
Moore, A. Harwood, J. Grigdesby, R. Amos, L. Taylor,
E. Reed, C. Mcintosh, J. Veatch, M. Mitchencr.
First row: A. Molebosh, C. Monroe, E. Sauer, F.
Huff, W, Stockdale, R. Darland, J. Newton.
Tlie activities of tlic Ncwiriari Club usually con-
sist of six important functions yearly. They sp<jnsor
the all-school St. Patrick's Day dance each year and
also have a niivcr of social in the fall. Communion
breakfasts, an annual picnic in the spring and dis-
cussion groups are also on their schedule. To sponsor
and attend the state and province conventions is an-
other of its activities.
The officers were Marilyn Boyle, Prc-sident; Shirley
Doyle, Vice-president; Mary Jo O'Hara, Recording
secretary; Patty Johatgen, Corresponding secTctary
and Jerry Leahey, Treasurer.
Back how: B. Kenny, C. Newton, T. Noonan, D.
Sherwood, M. Lewis, D. Floberts, M. Wanek, R.
Leeds. Fhont how: S. Dollens, S. Doyle, M. Boyle,
M. O'Hara, M. Carey, A. Burr.
The Methodist Student Movement at Butler was
organized in 1954 and has, since that time, sponsored
a luncheon each month with a speaker from one of
the Methodist churches in Indianapolis. The organi-
zation also sponsors a breakfast in May at the North
Officers for the year were Carolyn Mustard, Presi-
dent; Joyce Cripe, Vice-president; Caroline Yakey,
Secretary; John Kraft, Treasurer.
Back row: H. Bibb^^ C. Murphy, M. Gascho, A.
Price, J. Reiboldt, A. Fox. Front row: J. Cripe, C.
Wurster, C. Mustard, C. Yakey.
Organized to give an outlet for reUgious expression
among students, Ichthus has helped to make religion
a vital part of campus life throughout the year. The
club sponsors ser\'ices at noon in Sweeny Chapel. Pat
Wofler is president of the group and Dr. Reisinger is
the faculty sponsor.
Back row: L Fuller, J. Hilton. J. Thomas. S. Shep-
p;ird, E. Hackett, N. Turner, D. Kuhn, J. Kraft, G.
Herod. Front row: R. Kiu-stcdt, G. P>ke, P. \\'efler.
J. Fager, L)r. Reisinger.
To make religion a more vital part in the life of
every student is the main objective of the Religious
Council. Its members are chosen from each religious
organization on campus as well as from each social
organization and other campus groups which desire
membership. Activities of the Religious Council are
to sponsor Religious Emphasis Week and to promote
a "go to church month, " which was the month of
March this >ear.
Officers of the group are Paul Clark, President;
Natalie O'Dell, Vice-president and Myra Wanek,
Secretary-treasurer. Dr. Andry is the faculty sponsor.
Back bow: G. Pike, S. Holder, N. Neale, J. Fager,
A. Shulteis, S. Mart, L. Wnukowski, T. Kawszewicz.
Front row: Dr. Andry, M. Wanek, P. Clark, N.
O'Dell, R. Karstedt.
Society (or the
The Society for the Advancement of Management,
a national professional organization for people in
industry, commerce, government and education, has
as its purpose the development of efficiency in busi-
ness through the study and application of scientific
Officers for the year were Norm Treon, President;
Max Butcher, Vice-president; Don Day, Secretary
and Dick Glanzman, Treasurer. Herbert Sims is the
sponsor of the Butler chapter.
Back row: R. Philhps, T. Toll, H. Rose, W. Byerly.
Second row: R. Gresson, W. Thoele, M. Van Winkle,
E. Huntington, R. Finch, H. Doty, T. Regan, T.
Wetzler. First row; Mr. Sim, R. Siebold, D. Day,
J. Sweeney, M. Butcher, R. Glanzman, S. Hiatt.
Sigma Tau Delta
Sigma Tau Delta, national hterary honorary, is
open to all English majors or minors with a 3.0 ac-
cumulative. Juniors and seniors who have taken two
English courses beyond Freshman English and who
show a continued interest in writing and Uterature
also are eligible for membership.
Officers of the group are Ann Price, President;
Suzanne Wallace, Vice-president; Sue Burns, Sec-
retary; Diane Shoemaker, Treasurer and Sandra
Knotts, Program Chairman. Dr. Gary B. Graham is
the faculty advisor.
Back bow: M. Marshall, B. Ross, M. Boyle, A. Ashby,
J. Smith, M. Sofios, J. Jose, S. Knotts, M. Smith.
Front row: C. Graham, M. Edwards, D. Shoemaker,
A. Price, S. Burris, M. Hovey, M. O'Hara.
Theta Sigma Phi
Sponsoring the annual Matrix Table Awards Ban-
quet is the main aetivity of Theta Sigma Phi, rm-
tional honorary for women in journalism. At this years
banquet, the traditional Wheel, Hub and Spoke
awards were presented to worthy students by Dean
Elizabeth Durflinger. Spoke awards went to sopho-
mores Carolyn Mustard, Elinor Sheppard and Evelyn
Anderson. Junior Hubs were Carolyn Wilson, Natalie
O'Dell, Ann Kohlmeyer and Nancy Fleming. Seniors
Betsy Ross, Judy Woolgar, Sandi Baker, Carol Man-
waring and Cherry Sheppard received the Wheels.
Officers of the gro\ip arc Ann Kohlmeyer, President;
Joanie Davis, Vice-president; Judy Rinehart, Secretary
and Carolyn Wilson, Treasurer.
Back row: A. Price, C. Wilson, A. Kohlmeyer. Front
row: D. Logan, N. O'Dell, J. Rinehart, J. Davis.
Solving the problems which arise among and within
the fraternities and to put an end to quarreling
between them are the main purposes of the Inter-
fraternity Council. Including in its membership one
representative from each fraternity, this group is led
this year by Tom Rohrabaugh.
Back row: V. Lewis, T. Wetzler. Front row: G.
Tirsell, B. Barnes, T. Rohrabaugh, J. Newton, J.
Alpha Lambda Delta
To belong to this National Scholarship honorary for
women, a 3.5 grade average for the first semester
or a .3.5 accumulati\e for the entire freshman year is
required. Alpha Lam's activities include a cider and
doughnut party for freshmen, sponsored jointlj- with
Phi Eta Sigma to encourage high scholastic achieve-
The officers are Marge Gillespie, President; Evelyn
Anderson, Vice-president; and Helen Foster, Treas-
Back row: A. Wells, S. Hass, N. Johns, M. Lee.
Front row: E. Anderson, M. GiUespie, ^Iiss Flana-
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics
society, provides for the recognition of outstanding
achievements in mathematics at the undergraduate
level. The objectives of Indiana Beta chapter arc to
further the interests of mathematics at Butler, to
help the student realize the importance and useful-
ness of mathematics and to promote fellowship among
those interested in this field.
Officers were Glenn Tirsell, President; Peter Sivgals,
Vice-president; Sue Weisner, Secretary; David Smith,
Treasurer; Mrs. Juna Beal, Corresponding Secretary
and Dr. R. II. Oehmke, chapter advisor.
Back row: P. Janota, J. Fulton, P. Sivgals, J. Bor-
shoff. Dr. Oehmke. Front how: G. Tirsell, Miss A.
Flanagan, Mrs. Beal, J. Rosenbaum.
Standing: P. McAlhster, M. Moseley, M. Chapman,
V. Davis, K. Rose, Mrs. Dawson, M. Haynes. Seated:
Miss Wohler, M. C. Swartz, K. Ferriday, C. Carter,
Mrs. DeHoff, A. Gray.
One of the main projects of the Welwyn Club this
year was to send sewing supplies to native girls in
Africa. The members of the group, who are either
majors or minors in Home Economics, also spon-
sored a smorgasboard to wliicli foreign students on
campus were invited. The organization promotes a
well-rounded program on each phase of Home Eco-
nomics: Food, Fashion, Business and Teaching.
Officers of Welwyn Club, which is a member of the
Indiana and American Home Economics Association,
wore Kitty Ferriday, President; Ann Walker, Vice-
president and Nancy Leslie, Secretary.
Like to swim? Then join the Blue Gills!
Water ballet and competitive swimming are
two of the activities included in the program
of the Blue Gills, a group organized for girls
interested in swimming. An annual water
show, this year called "Arctic Antics," was
sponsored in the fall and the girls are trained
in competitive swimming in the spring.
Officers were Janet Pike, President; Marilyn
lieynolds. Vice-president; Pat Neal, fall se-
mester Secretary; Dottie Jacobs, spring se-
mester Secretary and Beth Teeguarden,
Back bow: J. Lineback, B.
Adams, S. Smith, D. Patti-
son, H. Wilson, C. Wm-ster,
J. Griggs, B. Dillon, T. Lain,
C. .\ntrobus. Front bow:
P. Leer, D. Jacobs, J. Pike,
M. Reynolds, B. Teeguarden,
Back ROW: A. Good, G.
Pyke. L. Rhoads, S. Burris,
H. \\'illiamson, S. Tarr, E.
Lunte, M. Burris, NL Michos,
W. CampbeU, J. Pike, B.
LiKes, D. Smego, J. Von-
dracek, \\'. Hap, D, Mead.
Front ro\\-: J. Becker, R.
Karstedt, S. Haas. C, Carter,
T. Green, J. Bolin, E. Kraus,
Through the sponsorship of pep rallies and
dances, the Butler Loyalty Legion promotes
school loyalty and enthusiasm. Members of
this organization take an active part in half-
time activities during the Homecoming game
and sponsor the torch-light parades and bon-
Officers for this year were Tom Green,
President; Joanie Bolin, Vice-president: Jean
Logan, Treasurer; Ernie Kraus, Secretary and
Caroline Carter, Parliamentarian. Dr. D. L.
Netzer is the facult\- sponsor.
Strutting around Butler's campus in their
big blue sweaters with the familiar white
"B's" on the front, we see the Butler muscle-
men, better known as the B-men. They are
the school's athletes and can be found on
, the gridirons, the basketball courts, the tracks,
the tennis courts and the golf courses when-
ever and wherever Butler competes.
Their purpose is to promote Butler Univer-
sity athletics, to develop better relations
among the athletes of Butler and to assist the
university in any way possible. The officers
were Manert Kennedy, President; John Davis,
Vice-president; Norm Wilson, Secretary and
Bob Plump, Treasurer. The B-men are super-
vised by Dr. Howard.
Back row: N. Wilson, W.
Hughett, D. Sheehan, C. Piir-
sons, B. Etienne, J. Ditmire,
K. Seanion. Row III: G.
Harvey, K. Plantz, B. Plump,
M. Peterman, D. Holloway,
H. Foster, L. Redenbacher.
Row II: W. Cox, W. Gamb-
lin, N. Nardo, F. Meier, R.
Watham, D. Lehane, T.
Rohrabaugh, D. Hess. Row
I: M. Kennedy, L. Mahoney,
J. Baker, L. Thompson, N.
Masters, J. Gilson, K. Nichol-
son, Dr. Howard.
Back bow: D. Eacret, J.
Barr, T. Lain, C. Antrobus,
S. Besisi, Z. Lemke, A. Flem-
ing, R. Hunt, D. Pattison,
J. Cox, S. Marlowe, S. Van
Arsdale, D. Swenson. Front
ROW: F. Ebcrg, N. VanAr.s-
dall, C. Forsyth, D. Cheshire,
S. Henry, C. Hawthorne, B.
Beery, M. Vyverberg, C.
"Up with the elephant, down with the
donkey, " cry the Young Republicans as they
spur the GOP's along the road to political
victory. Although this group does not go in
for the usual political "mud slinging," they
are quite an asset to their party in the name of
To increase understanding, interest and ac-
tivity responsibility in state and national
politics is the purpose of the Yonng Republi-
cans. Major events this year were a reception
for Jim Birr, Republican candidate for mayor,
and the state Young Republican Rally in
which Indianapolis acted as host.
The group's advisor is Dr. George Comfort.
Officers are Shirley Henry, President; John
Stegman, Vice-president; Carolyn Hawthorne,
Secretary and Jim Liiigenfelter, Treasurer.
MSS is a literary magazine; published once
each semester by the Butler University
English Department. It contains the outstand-
ing writings of the students of Freshman
English, Creative Writing and Advanced
Composition classes. MSS is edited by the
following people: Ronald Corn, Editor;
Charles Kersey, Assistant Editor; Alice Ashby
and Diane Shoemaker, Associate Editors and
Carol Manwaring, Exchange Editor. Literary
Editors are CJaroline Yakey, Jan Safford, John
Foutty, Juanita Brown, Robert Petty and Bar-
Both freshmen and upperclassmen are rep-
resented on the staff and Dr. Werner Beyer,
Dr. Roy Marz and Dr. Paul Stewart are the
Back row: K. Xessler, Dr.
Beyer, Dr. Stewart, M. Mur-
ph>-, D. Shoemaker, C. Ker-
sey, N. Sharp, H. Albright,
R. Petty. Front row; S.
Biirris, M. Sofias, R. Com,
C. Yakev, J. Foutty, A. Ash-
Back ROW: D. Eacret. M.
Jones. P. ^^■efler. J. Rvan. A.
Heale>-. M. \\'anek, ^i. Glas-
gow, D. Pattison, C. Haw-
thorne, D. \\"hihiiore, R.
Leeds, ^^^ Cooper. Front
row: E. Rowe. H. Foster.
B. Ir%vin, A. Price, X. ^^■il-
kens. E. Anderson, T. Wetz-
Regulating all student elections, class of-
ficers and queenships are the main duties of
the Butler Student Council. The group is
composed of one representative from each
social organization and an independent rep-
resentative from each of the colleges at But-
ler. It also acts as the spokesman for the stu-
dent body to the administration.
President of the group this year was Ann
Student Union Board
Back Row : J. Stegnian, C. Newton, B. Tlirockinortoii, D. Jacobs, M. Mullcry, B. Irwin, J.
Spring, B. Dillon, A. Fltming, K. Winnefc-ld, C. Stebbings, J. Fitzsinion, J. Kraft. Fhont how:
R. Speedy, Mrs. Durflingor, B. Beery, S. Doyle, P. J;inot;i, M. Grimes, R. Karstedt.
The projects of the Student Union inckide the after-
game dance.s, Valentine's Day IDance, coffee liours, etc., and
is host to all guests of the campus. Members are chosen in
accordance with the committee work they do for the Board
in their freshman and sophomore years. This organization
helps solve problems which arise between the students and
Atherton Center officials and is the governing body for
any activity carried on in the building. This year's of-
ficers were Shirley Doyle, president; Paul Janota, Vice-
president; and Barbara Beery, Secretary. Nliss Margaret
Grimes, director of Atherton Center, served as treasurer.
Back row: P. Janot;i, J. Hughes, B. LaFolIette, B. Dlionau, D. Sink, J. Sheffer, A. Cleveland.
Row III: H. Foster, B. Perkins. D. Lytic, L. Rcdenbacher, T. Rohrabaugh, J. Hayden, J.
Mills, Capt. Sparkman. Row 11: B. Davis, T. Selmire, D. Blue, K. Stoicheff, C. Erickson, J. Dit-
niire, P. Sivgals. Row I: B. Beggs, H. Dixon, T. Black, D. Hess, H. Doty, D. Hendrickson.
Arnold Air Society
"We the members of the Arnold Air So-
ciety, in order to further the purpose, mis-
sion, tradition and concept of the United
States Air Force as a means of National De-
These words constitute the main purpose of
the Arnold Air Society, honor fraternity for
men in the AFROTC. Selection of candidates
for membership is made on the basis of out-
standing qualities of scholarship and academic
achievement, demonstrated interest in air
power, leadership ability and service.
W. Perkins, T. Black, H. Dixon, Capt. Sparkman, P. Sivgals,
During the past year, the A.A.S. sponsored
the Air Angel elections, a bantjuet for its
members and their dates, a trip to Denver to
visit the Air Force academy and Saber Flight.
Officers of this year's group were Herbert
Di.xon, Commander; Ted Black. En. Officer;
Fred Eberg, Operations Officer; James OCon-
ner, Comptroller; Peter Sivgals, Adjent Rec-
order; William Perkins, Public Informations
Officer and Dick Lvtle, Publications Officer.
Back how: D. Hendrickson, H. Doty. A. Cleveland. B. LaFol-
Iette. Front how: P. Janota, H. Foster, J. Hughes, Capt. Spark-
man, B. Beggs.
Most people who ventured to open the
door of Room 330 in Atherton Center prob-
ably thought it was a burning storage closet.
However, if they had looked through the
smoke and debris, the Drift staff would have
First on the agenda for the staff was the
sale of Drifts at registration. This was done
with a great deal of enthusiasm much to the
disgust of those who tried to sneak past
the Drift booth.
The Drift Beauty Queen and Bachelor con-
test in November was a big success under
the direction of Dick Landrigan, business
The rest of the year passed in a mad
frenzy as the staff tried hard to get this book
to you on time. Bob Beggs and Bill Kirkman
spent many hours taking and developing the
pictures which appear on these hallowed
pages. Don Powers, Caryl Newton, Sue Tarr
and Joyce Cripe were section editors. They
edited the sports, Greek, activity and faculty
sections respectively. Anne Wells helped with
the junior and senior section. Dick Hess did
all of the art work this year and of course
many innumerable people helped with filing,
typing and phoning.
Coordinating all the efforts of these people
were Joanie Davis, editor and Diney Downs,
associate editor. We sincerely hope that you
will enjoy your hours at the Theatron in all
that you see and read here. We also hope that
our many hours of work have created a last-
ing memory of Butler for you and the guy
who is reading over your shoulder who didn't
buy a Drift of his own.
Jim Johnson and Bob Dcaring
Dick L>tli.' and Janio Bachnian
The Collegian office, for those who
have seen it during the busy times, can
be quite a place! Busy people running
everywhere to try to make the 1:00
deadline on Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday really keep the place hum-
Steering the helm for the first se-
mester was Dick Lytic as editor, and
Janie Bachman, managing editor. Busi-
ness manager was Ted Wetzler while
Jim Johnson and Bill Davis edited the
sports pages. Editorial editor was Bon-
nie Barr while Myra Wanek, Jan Sher-
ritt and Ann Price were the city editors.
The Circulating manager was Bob Has-
kins while Ann Lytle wrote the Social
Captain of the Collegian ship for the
second semester was Dick Lytle, editor,
with able Janie Bachman as the co-
captain in the managing editor's spot.
Jim Johnson held down the position as
Business manager while Bob Haskins
again took over the circulation depart-
ment. Bill Davis was the sports col-
iminist while Bob Dearing and Floyd
Painter were the sports editors. Edi-
torial director was Bonnie Barr with
.\nn L\ tie, Jan Sherritt and Myra Wanek
as city editors. Herm Albright was the
feature editor while Judi Mooers was
the social editor.
A new addition to the Collegian was
the telet\pe machine. The staff is very
proud of its new source of copy.
I Hi* I
Bonnie Barr, Ilcrni Albright, Judi Mooers
Barb Pcrrey, Pat Moriarity, Myra Wanek
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Jordan Chorale presents successful season.
Jordan College Presents
"Standing room only" audiences greeted
almost every performance of the Butler Stu-
dent Players this year. Two major produc-
tions: "The Crucible" and "The Curious
Savage," were given on the Fieldhouse stage.
A third production, "A Sunny Morning," was
given May 11th and 12th at Caleb Mills Hall
along with a one-act opera and a one-act
ballet in an all-Jordan production sponsored
by the Butler Mothers' Club.
"Jordan's amateurs dance like profes-
sionals!" This was a comment made by critic
Walter Whitworth who reviewed the Feb-
ruary dance program. The entire program,
which included "Slovonika," "Spanish Diver-
tissements" and "Job," was well received by
audiences and by all of the Indianapolis news-
The Jordan presentation of "Job" with the
full musical score by Vaiighan Williams, was
the first such performance in the country by
any group. This premiere was particularly
well executed and accepted.
The University Symphony, Little Sym-
phony, Concert Band and the various choral
groups of Jordan College of Music enjoyed
a particularly successful year. In addition to
the concerts given by each of the groups,
and the recitals by members of the student
body and faculty, the University Little Sym-
phony provided a splendid musical back-
ground for the dance department productions.
The high point of the season was reached
during the 3-in-l production May 11 and 12
when the music department presented the
opera "Trouble in Tahiti" by Leonard Bern-
All in all Jordan groups showed their tal-
ents both on Jordan's campus, the 46th street
campus and throughout the city and state.
Through their training at Jordan, graduates
have a wonderful basis for their studies here
rnd for their jobs after graduation.
The Jordan Band in preparation for a concert.
1 I ^
The Butler Student players present "The Crucible" World premier of "Job" as done by The Jordan Ballet corps.
A scene from "Slavonika" as done by The Jordan Ballet.
M. O. ROSS
President of Butler University
DEAN HENRY A. JOHNSON
Dean of Men
He is respected for the fine work he
does in sponsoring the Inter-Fratemity
Council, helping Butler men find part-
time employment, being chairman of
undergraduate scholarships and being
football backfield coach.
DEAN ELIZABETH W.
Dean of Women
She is highly regarded for the ex-
cellent job she does in counseling Butler
girls, coordinating women's activities,
supervising Panhellenic functions and
keeping the Butler calendar straight.
College of Pharmacy
DEAN KARL L. KAUFMAN
Back row: Schobel, Harwood, Piantados, Meyers, Rowe and Michener. Front row: Martin,
Hubbard and Prettyman.
College oF Business Administration
DEAN DAVID R. ROBERTS
Back row: Griggs, Boiiieli, Miller, Sim, Sliors, Dotterweicli. Front row: Giordano, Efroym-
son, Roberts, Chipper.
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ARTHUR F. LINDBURG
Siiiit. of Buildiiijis (ind Grounds
ROLAND G. USHER
Director of Uiuccrsity College
STUDENT INFORMATION OFFICE
Herb Sclnvoiiuncr, Jam- Lewis, Jean Jose, Dave Gentry.
HARRY E. CRULL
Director Ilolcoinb Observatory
CHRISTO T. MOCAS
Director Evening Division
C. R. MAXAM
Jordan College of Music
ImB^V \ /
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DEAN J. K. EHLERT
Henzie, Phillippe, Chenowith, Ehlert, Adkins, Hovey, Johnson.
Public Relations Staff
MRS. JAMES B. RILEY
JAMES D. MITCHELL
Sports Director and Alumni Secretary
Our Gal Fridays
MISS MARIAN MARSHALL
Dean of Women's Secretary
MRS. RONALD INGRAM
Dean of Men's Secretary
MRS. JOHN MORGAN
MRS. HAZEL GRIFFIN
Liberal Arts' Secretary
College of Education
DEAN J. HARTT WALSH
Back row: Hauss, Manning, Coulson, Torbet, Davenport, Howard, Best, Graetz, Hedden,
Hinkle. Front row: McCann, Drinkwater, Baker, Hart, Davis, Walker.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
DEAN PAUL A. CUNDIFF
ENGLISH DEPT. Back row: Woodress, Baetzhold, P. Stewart, Cundiff, Marz, Amend, Storey.
Front row: A. Stewart, Fisher, Graham, Moore, Beyer.
RELIGION Dept.: Andry, Young, Reisinger.
SPEECH DEPT.: Walters, Cripe, Rice.
SOCIOLOGY DEPT.: Peeling, Fruni.
PHILOSOPHY DEPT.: Gilpin, Clark.
PSYCHOLOGY DEPT. Back row; Strain. Weiner, Reilly,
p ,01 -1 Dunn. Front row: Hepler, Josey.
Allen, Seymour, Ferguson
Back row: Mocas, Aldrich, Hiatt, Siegwart.
Front row: Kincaid, Brunson, MacDonald,
Crull, Flanagan, Beal, Oelimke.
HOME ECONOMICS DEPT.
School of Religion
DEAN O. L. SHELTON
Back now: Carley, Edyvean, Miller, Albert, Pellett, Rector, Sikes, Tobias. Front row: Osbom,
Nakari, Robison, Asst. Dean Norris, Shelton, Walters, Smith.
DONALD M. MATTISON, Director
]ohn Herron Art Institute
LT. COL. ROBERT E. JARRELL, PAS
Back row: M/Sgt. Shipley, T/Sgt. Rich, T/Sgt. Walden, S/Sgt. Moore, S/Sgt. Norman,
M/Sgt. Mehn, T/Sgt. Ashby. Front row: Lt. Wisler, Capt. Sparkman, Lt. Col. Jarrell, Maj.
Taylor, Capt. Kunselman.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bill Miner, President; Shirlee Smith, Secretary; Fred Eberg,
Vice-President. Not Pictured: John Benjamin, Treasurer.
ADKINS, Dorothy Alice. Indianarolis, French; Zeta Tan
Alpha, Secretary, Scholarship Chairman, Historian;
Kappa Beta, Secretary, Treasurer; Younp Republicans;
WRA. Junior Advisory Board; AWS; YWCA; Pan-
AMOS, Robert L., Indianapolis, Pharmacy; K
Secretary; Rho Chi, Historian; Who's Who
can Colleges and Universities; Student Bran
can Pharmaceutical Association, President.
ASHBY, Alice, Indianapolis, Enplish; Spurs, Historian;
Chimes, Treasurer; AWS, Co-membership Chairman;
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Tan Delta; Choir; FTA;
MSS Staff; Young Republicans; WRA; YWCA.
AUBLE, Martha Carolyn, Indianapolis, Business Edu-
cation; Trianon, Pledge Secretary and Treasurer, Re-
cording Secretary, Vice-President, President, Song
Chairman, Political Chairman, Room Chairman; AWS;
WRA; YWCA; University Choir; Coed Counselor.
BAKER, Sandra, Columbus, Indiana, Sec. Education
Social Studies; Kappa Alpha Theta, Pledge President.
Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer. Informal Rush Ch.iir
man. President; Spurs; Chimes, Editor; Scarlet Ouill;
AWS. Cabinet, House Council, Publicity Chairman,
Treasurer, Vice-President; YWCA; WRA; Young Re-
publicans; MSS; Blue Gills; Coed-Counselor; Major-
Minor Club; Cheerleader; Panhellenic Council; Co-
Chairman Homecoming House Decorations; Co-Chair-
man Homecoming Dance Decorations; Air Angel Court;
Angel; Who's Who; Theta Sigma Phi "Spoke"
liARNES. Robert C, Fairhope, Alabama, Accounting;
Phi Delta Thcta, Treasurer, Reporter, Historian,
CliaT)lain, President: Utes; Sphinx; lihie Key, Presi-
.lent; YMCA Cabinet, Treasurer, Vice Presulent; Ac-
counlinj; Society; Newman Chib.
lilCCHEK, Thomas A.
counting Society; Ne
liKCHTOLD, Joan Ellen, Indianapolis, Education; Kappa
Kapiia Gamma, Pledtfc Class President, Souk Chair-
man, Fraternity Appreciation Chairman; AWS;
YWCA; WRA; Coed Counselor; Youur Republicans;
nine Gills, Vice President; VVelwyn Club, Vice Presi-
dent; Geneva Stunts; Spring Sing Director; Home-
coming Parade Co-Cbairman; MSS Staff; University
Choir; Aliiha Lambda Delta; Spurs, Secretary; Chimes;
Scarlet Quill; Sigma Tau Delta; Pi Epsilon Phi; Vv'ho s
Who in American Colleges and Universities.
nENJAMIN, John, Mishawaka, Indiana, Physical Edu-
cation; Sigma Nu, House Manager, Sentinel; Utes;
Senior Class Treasurer; Varsity Football, Track,
DERCK, John E., Indianapolis, Physical Education; Phi
Delta Kappa; Phi Sigma Kappa, University of llli-
BIBLER, Beverly, Warsaw, Indi;
BIBBS, Harold Stanley, Indianapolis, History;
Democrats; Wesley Fellowship.
BILLING, Sharon, Indianapolis, Radio and TV; Alph;
Chi Omega, Rush Chairman; Spotlighters. Secretary
Treasurer, President; Drift Beauty Queen; Home
coming Queen Court; Centennial Queen Court; On.
of "Five Best-Dressed"; Women's Director WAJC
Feminine lead in "Romeo and Juliet" and "L:
Stage Manager of "Dream
licity Manager of "Summer
"Our Town," "Ladies in
phone," "The Crucible"; In
and "Summer and Smoke
radio production in 1955.
Girl"; Business and Pub-
ind Smoke," "Dear Ruth,"
Retirement," "The Tele-
the cast of "The Crucible"
: WIRE Award for best
BLOEMKER, Mary, Indianapolis, Pi Beta Phi.
BLUE, Donald M., Indianapolis, General Business; Delta
Tau Delta, Recording Secretary, Social Chairman:
Utes; Kappa Kappa Psi: Arnold Air Society: YMC.\:
Student Union Board; Society for the Advancement
of Management; Marching Band: ROTC, Comptroller.
BOOHER, Donna June, Indianapolis, English: Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Treasurer, Assistant Pledge Trainer;
Sigma Tau Delta: AWS; WRA; YWCA; FTA; MSM.
BOTTLES, Armen D., Indianapolis, Physical Education;
Kappa Kappa Psi; Band.
Speedway. Busine&s Education:
BOWMAN, Leslie, Indianapolis, Pharmacy: A.Ph.A.
nOYLE, Marilyn Kathryti, Indianapolis, Home Eco-
nomics; Kappa Alpha Theta, Archivist, Corresponding
Secretary, Vice-president, Pledge Trainer: Alpha
Lambda Delta: Spurs. Projects Chairman: Chimes. Vice-
president: Scarlet Quill. President; Sigma Tau Delta:
Phi Epsilon Phi; Y*WC-\. Freshman Camp Committee:
.\WS, Entertainment Chairman — Freshman Partv: Coed
Counselor: Newman Club, Social Chairman. President;
Loyalty Legion. Treasurer; Student Council: WRA:
Sports Council. Secretarv: Welwvn Club. Subscription
Cliairman: FTA: Young Republicans; Co-Chairaian.
Butler Centennial Homecoming; ^\^lo's WTio in
American Colleges and L'niversities.
BRANT, Ricliard L., Indianapolis, Sociology; Sigma Chi,
House Manager; Utes; Sphinx; YMCA; Young Re-
l)ublicans; President, Junior Class.
BRANTNER, Barbara June, Indianapolis, Accounting;
Alpha Chi Omega, Pledge President, Scholarship
Chairman, Activity Chairman; Jr. Panhcllenic Council,
Secretary; Blue Gills; YWCA Cabinet; Loyalty Legion;
AWS; WRA, Treasurer, Advisory Board and Sports
Council; Air Angel Sponsor, Honorary Major, AF-
ROTC; Kappa Sigma Sweetheart; Accounting Society.
BROCK, Patricia, Indianapolis.
BUNTING, Sally, Speedway City, Education; Delta Delta
Delta, Treasurer, President; Spurs; WRA, Advisory
Board; FTA; YWCA; Coed Counselor; AWS; Pan-
hcllenic Council, President; Water Ballet; John Chap-
man Miller Speech Contest.
BURGER, William E., Indianapolis, Radio-TV; Alpha
Epsilon Rho, Vice-President; 1953 Freshman Radio
Award; 1955 Radio Writing and Newscasting Award;
News Director AVAJC; Collegian staff; Jordan Publicity
Director; Spotlighters Club; Drama Productions.
BURGESS, Charles C, Indianapolis, History.
BYERLY, William F., Indianapolis, Accounting; Ac-
counting Society, Publicity Director; Society for Ad-
vancement of Slanagement.
CARROLL, James H., Indianapolis, Accounting; Ac-
CARTER, Caroline Ann, La Crescenta, California, Home
Economics, Biological Sciences; Kappa Alpha Tlieta.
Pledge Stunt Chairman, Activities Chairman, Home-
coming Float Chairman, Recording Secretary. Historian-
Librarian, Pledge Council Secretary; Spurs, Home-
coming Representative; AWS; Coed Counselor;
YWCA; Blue Gills; Young Republicans; Student
Players, Program Committee; WRA, Publicity Chair-
man, Advisory Board, Sports Council; Butler Loyalty
Legion, Vice President, Constitution Chairman, Presi-
dent, Homecoming Representative; Wclwyn Club, Pro-
gram Cover International Dinner, Career Day Cover,
F.iculty Coffee Hour, Chairman of Decorations for
Christmas Dinner; Major-Minor Club; Chairman for
H""iccoming Halftime Activities.
CHASTAIN, Cleo Roberts, Salem, Pharmacy; Sigma
Chi; Arnold Air Society; A.Ph..^. Secretary.
CHELF. Eugene Paul, Pittsbo
CLARK, Lois Antionette, Indianapolis, German-Fn
Gamma T.iu Gamma, Secretary; AWS; FTA.
COOK. Robert, Indianapoli;
CORN, Ronald, Indianapolii
COX, Jill, Indianapolis, Elementary Education; Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Asst. Rush Chairman, Fraternity Edu-
cation Chairman; Lilly Foundation Award; FTA;
AWS; WRA, Sports Council; YVVCA Cabinet; Pan-
hellenic Council; Blue Gills.
DAVIS, James Richard, Fort Wayne, Traffic ManaRc-
ment; Delta Nu Alpha; Society for Advancement of
DAVIS, William E.. Indianapolis, Journalism; Phi Delta
Theta, Alumni Secretary, Warden. Pledge Trainer;
Utes, President; Sphinx, Vice-President; lilue Key,
Corresponding Secretary; Sigma Delta Chi, Vice-Presi-
dent; Arnold Air -Society; Who's Who Among Stu-
dents in American Universities and Colleges; Young
Rcpublicians; YMCA; Collegian Sports Editor, Copy
Editor; Press Club, President; Student Council; Air
Force ROTC Rifle Team Commander. American Legion
Citizenship Medal, Summer Camp "Best Cadet" award.
lAY, James D., Westfield. Indiar
Utes, Treasurer; Society for
Management, Secretary; FTA.
DECKARD, Noble, Indianapolis, Physic
President; IFC; Young Republicans.
DENNIS, Robert Joseph, Indianapoli;
DETRUDE. Howard J., L
Political Science; Lamb
Alpha; Blue Key; Debat
Indiana, History and
Chi Alpha; Tan Kappa
DHONAU, Robert, Indianapolis; Sigma Chi.
DICKASON, Harold W., Vevay; Phi Delta Theta.
DIXON, John _D.
Martinsville. Indiana, Pharmacy;
ander, Geneva Stunt Chairman,
Pledge President; Kappa Psi; YMCA; Young Repub-
licans; "Best Dressed"; Cheerleader; Interfraternal
Pledge Council, President; IFC; A.Ph.A-; Junior Class.
DOAK, Norma Jean. Indianapolis. English: Delta Delta
Delta, President, Treasurer, Social Chairman: Spurs.
Vice-President; Chimes; Kappa Beta. Recording Sec-
retary; AWS; YWCA Cabinet: WRA; Youn^g Re-
publicans; Panliellenic Council.
DOLES. Richard D,, Greensburg, Indiana, Marketing;
Phi Delta Theta, Historian, Chaplain: Kappa Kappa
Psi; Arnold Air Society; Men's Glee Club: Marching
Band; City Editor, Collegian.
DOYAL, Guy T., Indianapolis, Pre-Med. : Kappa Sigma,
Secretary; Student Council; Young Republicans: Band.
DOYLE, John C, Indianapolis.
DOYLE, Shirley, Indianapolis, Elementary Education:
Kappa Alpha Tlleta, Corresponding Secretary; AW'S,
Council. Social Chairman, Program Chairman; Coed
Counselor; YWCA; WRA; Newman Club, Executive
Council, Vice President; Young Democrats, Treasurer;
Student Union Board, Dance Chairman. President;
Homecoming Committee; Welwyn Club; FTA.
EBERG, Charles Fredrick, Indianapolis, Personnel Man-
agement; Kappa Sii;ma, Guard, Secretary, Rush Chair-
man; Arnold Air Society, Operations Officer; AFROTC
Promotion Board; Young Republicans; Military Ball,
Decorations Chairman; Vice President. Senior Class.
EDMONDS. Yvonne Merlene. Indianapolis, Elementary
Education; AWS; FTA; University Orchestra; YWCA.
EDWARDS, Margaret, Indianapolis, Language; Sigma
Tau Delta; Gamma Tan Gamma, Treasurer; YWCA;
AWS; WRA; Choir.
ERICKSON. Carl Richard, Indianapolis.
FABLE, Vaudine Rose, Indianapolis.
FLEENER, Duane Schafer, Danville, Indiana, History
and Political Science; FTA; ROTC, Drum and Bugle
GRAY, Eleanor, Indianapoli:
HAGEDON, Harold Edward, Jr.. Indianapolis, Edu-
cation-Biological Science; Intercollegiate Debate: Dy-
HANSEN, Ronald H.,
South Dakota, Ac-
HARDING, Mary Frances, Derby, Indiana, B
Education; Spurs, Treasurer, Junior Advisor;
Psi Kappa, President; WRA, Advisorv Board,
urer. Vice President, President of Sports C
AWS, Coed Counselor, Council: Major-Minor
Camping Club. President; FTA.
HAZELRIGG, Janet Sue, Milroy, Indi:
HELMS, David, Clinton, Indiana.
HOFFMAN, Diana, Indianapolis, English; Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Political Chairman, Corresiwnding Secretary:
Spurs: Drift, Art Editor: Collegian. Asst. Business
Manager; Newman Club: AWS; YWCA; WRA; Press
HOVEY, Marjorie, Indianapolis. Liberal ArtsEnKlish ;
Alpha Chi Omega, Vice President, Scholarship Chair-
man, SonR Leader; Sigma Tau Delta, RecordinK Sec-
retary; Butler Concert Band; Geneva Stunts: Spring
Sing; AWS; YWCA; WRA.
HUEBER, Francis M., Indianapolis.
JACKSON, June Evelyn, Indianapoli:
JETT, Janet Gayle, Indianapolis, Elementary Education:
Delta Gamma, Ritual Chairman, Corresponding Sec-
retary: Spurs; AWS; YWCA; WRA; FTA; Student
JOHANTGEN, Patricia, Indianapolis, Phai
Kappa Sigma, President: Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities: Newman Club, Secretary,
State Vice Chairman: A.Ph.A.
JOHNSON, James B., Indianapolis, Journalism: Sigma
Chi, Associate Editor, Secretary: Sigma Delta Chi,
President: Collegian. Make-up Editor, Sports Editor;
Drift. Co- Editor; Press Club, Vice President; Young
JOHNSON, Janet Evelyn, Indi;
A.Ph.A., Secretary: FTA.
JONES, Ronda, Fort Wayne, Libe
Theta, House Manager, Chapla:
al Arts; Kappa Alpha
JOSE, Jean, Indianapolis, English; Kappa Kappa Gamma,
President, Register; Sigma Tau Delta; Panhellenic
Council; AWS: WRA; YWCA; Young Republicans:
MSS Staff: Coed Counselor.
JUDKINS. Shirley H., Indianapolis. Elementary Edu-
cation; Delta Delta Delta; Lilly Endowment Awards;
FTA; Young Republicans; AWS; YWCA: WRA.
KEEN, Randolph, Indianapolis, Radio; ROTC Drill
Team; WAJC, Music Director, Staff Announcer, Pro-
KETRON, David Lesley, Speedway City, Indiana,
Elementary Education; Sphinx; FTA; Butler Student
Players, "Romeo and Juliet."
KLOOBYARIAN, Ardesione. Indianapolis.
LAFFIX, Raymond E-. Indianapolis. Music Education;
Lambda Chi Alpha ; Kappa Kappta Psi. president ; Jor-
dan Glee Club, Jordan Ltttle Symphony.
LAN'DIS. Joseph Lawrence, Sheridan, Indiana, Educa-
tion; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Delta Kappa.
I.i:i!Ii:\. Kobtrt Frank, Indianapolis; Phi Delta Theta,
LINTTSEY, Beverly Baldwin, Indianapolis, Art Educa-
tion; Pi Beta Phi, Magazine Chairman, Rush Chairman,
Homecoming Chairman, Polititian, Carnival Booth
Chairman; Spurs; Chimes; Tau Beta Sigma, Treasurer,
Vice President; AWS; YWCA; WP.A: Rose Festival
Court: Regatta Queen; Blue Gills, Treasurer; Pan-
hellenic Council; Color Guard; Cherry Blossom
Queen; Top "Five" for Miss Sorority U. S. A.; Junior
Prom Queen; Drift Queen; Coed Counselor; FTA;
LOGAN, Dorothy Ann, Indianapolis, Business Admin-
istration; Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Trainer, Vice
President, Social Chairman, Chaplain; Spurs; YWCA,
Treasurer; AWS; WRA; Young Republicans; Theta
Sigma Phi; Collegian Staff.
LYTLE, Richard W., Ocala, Florida, Journalism; Tau
Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer;
Utes; Sphinx; Blue Key; Sigma Delta Chi; Arnold
Air Society; Butler Student Players; Cross Country;
Collegian, Editor-in-Chief; AFROTC, Cadet E-\ecutive
MAN WARING, Carol, Noblesville, Indiana, English;
Zeta Tau Alpha, President, Secretary, Social Chair-
man, Pledge President, Political Chairman; Sigma Tau
Delta, Freshman Literary Award, President; Alpha
Lamda Delta, Treasurer; Spurs; Chimes; Scarlet Ouill
Student Council, Secretary, President; MSS, Fresh
man F^ditor, Assistant Editor, Editor, Exchange Editor
Student Union; Panhellenic Council, President; Sec
refary Freshman Class; Secretary Sophomore Class
AWS; WRA, Advisory Board; YWCA; Young Demo
crats; Who's Who; Matrix Table; Junior "Hub" and
McCLURE, Maurice Alden, Princeton. Indiana, Music;
Kappa Kappa Psi ; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Marching
Baud; University Choir; Men's Glee Club; Jordan
Chorale; IMEA; ISTA.
McGHEE, David M., Lebanon, Indiana, Radio-TV;
Alpha Epsilon Rho, President; WAJC, Sports Director,
Program Director, Producer, Public Relations Director;
Geneva Stunts Emcee; Jordan Student Council;
Reader's Guild, "Oedipus Rex"; Young Democrats.
MERICLE, Mrs. R.
MINER, William Ray, Warsaw, Indiana, Personnel Man-
agement; Delta Tau Delta, Sergeant of .\rms; YMCA;
Society For Advancement of Management.
MOODY, Carol Boyer. Indianapolis.
MOORE, Carol Wilson, Flora, Indiana, Education; Zeta
Tau Aliiha, Song Leader, Pledge President, Vice-
President, Pledge Trainer, House Manager; YWCA,
Cabinet; AWS; WRA; FTA; Loyalty Legion; Univer-
sity Choir; Two Lilly Awards; Panhellenic Council.
MUSSELMAN, Mary. Newberry, Indiana, Home
nomics; Kappa Alpha Theta, Scholarship Chairn
House President; AWS; WRA; YWCA; Welv
Treasurer, Social Chairman.
OFFUTT, Fred, Indianapolis, Composition and Tlifory;
Tau Kappa Kpsilon, Vicfl'risidL-nt, Chaplain, Rush
Chairman; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Jordan Symphony
Orchestra; Concert Hand; Chorale; Collegian Slaff;
O'HARA, Mary Jo, Indianapolis, French- KnKlish ; Delta
Gamma, President, Pledge Trainer, Scholarship Chair-
man; Spurs; Chimes; Scarlet Quill, Treasurer; Sijjma
Tau Delta; AVVS, Vice-President, Council; Newman
Club, RecordinK Secretary; Student Council; I'an-
hellenic Co.nicil; VVKA; Kditor of "Coe.l Codes."
PALLER, Mrs. Ruth, Indianapoli;
PETERMAN, Marcia Lynne, Indianapolis, Element:
Education; Kappa Alpha Tlieta; Transferred fr
DePauw and Indiana Universities; Butler, FT A.
PERKINS, William F., Lebanon, Indiana, Radio; Alpha
Eiisilon Rho; Alpha Delta Si(;ma; Arnold Air Society,
ISO; WAJC, Chief EnRineer, Station Manager, Pro-
gram Director; AFROTC, ISO; Chicago Tribune
Award; Distinguished Military Cadet.
PETTY, Robert, Indianapolis, Botany; MSS.
PIKE, Joe Lee, Denison, Te-xas; Tau Kappa Epsilo
PIPHER, James M., Indianapolis.
PRANTE, Nancy Maud, Indianapolis, English; Spot-
lighters; FTA; AWS.
RADKOVIC, Michael Patrick, Indianapolis.
RAUB, Charles, Indianapolis.
RAWLINSON, Kenton Phillip, Indianapoli;
REDENn.\CHER, Leon, Indianapolis, Physical Educa-
tion; Sik-ma Chi; Baseball, Basketball: YMCA; Arnold
UEED. Edward J-. Indianapolis. Pharmacy; Kappa Psi
Pharmaceutical Fraternity. Vice-President; American
REIS. Eileen, Indianapolis, Business and Advertising;
.\lpha Chi Omeca. Correspondinc Secrctarv. Pledge
Trainer; Freshman Rose Queen"^ Y\VCA.' Cabinet:
AWS; WRA; Y'oung Republicans; Newman Club:
Collegian Staff, Assistant Business Manacrer; JPrcss
RIKE, Janice Louise, Indianapolis, Elementary Educa-
tion; Alpha Chi Omega.
ROHKAliAUGH, Tom, Frankfort, Indiana, Physical
Education: Sigma Chi, Pledge President. House Man-
ager, Pledge Trainer, President; Blue Key; Sphinx-
Utes; Arnold Air Society; Football; Tennis; Loyalty
Legion; YMCA; Young Republicans; B-Men's Club.
ROSE, Howard R., Bessie, Oklahoma, Accounting; Tau
Kappa Epsilon; Accounting Society; Society for the
Advancement of Management.
ROSS, Marcia Elizabeth, Indianapolis, English; Delta
Delta Delta, Pledge Class Secretary, Recording Sec
retary. Assistant Treasurer, Marshall; Alpha Lambda
Delta, President; Spurs; Chimes; Scarlet Quill, Vice-
President; Sigma Tau Delta, Vice-President; Phi Kanna
Phi; Who's Who; AWS, Scholarship Trophy; WRA-
YWCA, Cabinet; Coed Counselor; MSS Staff, Upper
and Lower Class; Young Republicians; FTA; Religious
Council. Secretary, Treasurer, Historian; Senior
Scholarship; Merit Scholarship; Scarlet Quill Scholar-
RUSSELL, Gary William, Indianapolis.
SAUER. Edward J., Indianapolis, Pharmacy; Lambda
Chi Alpha, Social Chairman; Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical
Fraternity ; A. Ph.A.
SHEFFER, Jackie Lee, Portland, Indiana, Personnel
Management; Lambda Chi Alpha. House Manager; Ar-
nold Air Society.
SHEl'PARD. Cherry, Indianapolis, BotEUy-Zoology • Pi
Beta Phi, Pledge Class Vice-President, Censor, Po-
litical Chairman, Activities Chairman, Rush Chairman,
President; Scarlet Quill, Historian; Chimes; Spurs;
WRA, Council Secretary. Sports Council; AWS, Coun-
cil Program Chairman; YWCA, Cabinet, Geneva Stunts
Chairman 1955; Panhellenic Council; Camping Club,
Secretary; Cheerleader; AFROTC, Sponsor, Air Angel
Court; Centennial Homecoming Queen; Young Re-
publicans; "Hub" and "WheeL"
SINK, Richard Alden, Flora, Indiana, Life Insurance;
Phi Delta Theta, Secretary; Sphinx, President; Blue
Key; Basketball; Arnold Air Society; YMCA; ROTC,
Wing Personnel Officer, Cadet Lt. Colonel, Dis-
tinguished Military Student.
SMITH, Arthur L-, Lawrence, Massachusetts, Account
ing; Newman Club; Accounting Society.
Indianapolis; Delta Delta Delta.
SMITH, Shirlee Ann, Beech Grove, Indiana, History;
Alpha Chi Omega. Pledge Trainer, Political Chairman,
President; YWCA, Cabinet; AWS; WRA, Sports
Council; Panhellenic Council; Senior Class Secretary.
SOFIOS. Mary. Indian;
Delta: Spurs, Editor:
English: Alpha Lambda
gma Tau Delta: MSS Staff:
I Association, Secretary.
STERNS, Ann, Indianapolis; Alpha Chi Omega.
STOICHEFF, Karl Lazo, Indianapolis, Psychology;
Lambda Chi Alpha, President, Vice-President, Pledge
Trainer; YMCA, President, Secretary, Co-Chairman
Spring Sing, Freshman Camp Committee. Geneva
Stunts Program Editor: Blue Key; Sphinx; Utes.
Homecoming Parade Co-Chairman; Who's Who: AF-
ROTC. Wing Operations Officer. Cadet Lt. Colonel.
Arnold .\ir Society. Military Ball Chairman, Air
Force Association Award for Leadership, Outstand-
ing Military Student Award; Inter-Fraternity Council.
STREBE, JoAnn, Indianapolis.
STROUP, Barbara Marie, Indianapolis, C.coKrapliy ;
Trianon; Gamma Tau Gamma; WRA; AWS; YWCA.
SUTTLES, Joseph K., Indianapolis, Accounting: Stu-
dent Council; Accounting Society, President.
SWARTZ, Mary Carolyn, Indianapol
Kappa Alpha Tiieta, Social Chairm
AWS, Coed Counselor Co-Chairma
WKA Council; Junior Class Secre
Lovalty Legion; Panhellenic Cou
is. Home Economics
an. Rush Cliairman
n. Council; Y\VC.\
tary; Welwyn Club
ncil; Young Uepub
SWENSON, Don, Speedway, Accounting; Kappa Sign
Sergeant-at-Arms ; Young Republicans.
TAYLOR, Lacy D., Evansville, Indiana, Pharmacy:
Kappa Psi, Regent, Chaplain; American Pharmaceu-
tical Assn. Student Branch, President, Vice President.
TERRELL, Nancy, Indianapolis, Elementary Educati
Alpha Chi Omega, Treasurer, Recording Secret;
Panhellenic Council; FTA; YWCA; WRA; AWS.
:iety for the
■die, Indiana; Delta Delt;
THROCKMORTON', Hetty Jane, Indianaiwli^. ltusineii.s
Administration; Trianon. Vice President. Treasurer,
Marshall; Spurs; Chimes; AWS; WRA; Y^WCV:
Y^oung Republicans; Student L'nion Board; Society for
the Advancement of Management; Student- Faculty Re-
lations Chairman; Coed Counselor.
TIRSELL, K. Glenn, Indianapolis, Physics; Delta Tau
Delta; Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pre.sident: Phi Eta Sigma,
le Key; Utcs;
TOOMBS, R. Jean, Indianapolis. Socioloirv-; Kanpa Alpha
Theta. Pledge Social Chairman. Archh-ist. ' Chaplain.
Activities Chairman; Tau Beta Sii^ina. Treasurer:
AWS; WRA; Y'WCA: Marching Band: Coed Coun-
selor; Blue Gills; Eijuitcers. Vice President. Treas-
urer: FTA; Homecoming Queen's Court; Y'oung Demo-
1'REO\, Norman R.. Indianapolis, Management: Tau
Kappa Elisilon; Society for the Advancement of Man-
V.\N WINKLE. Robert M.. Indianaivolis. Personnel Man-
agement; Society for the Advancement of Manage-
\'EN'1TZ. Kay N'., Fountaintowr., Iniliana. Secondary
Education; Delta Delta Delta, Co-Social Chairman:
WACHTSETTER. Janet, Indianapolis, English and
Speech-Secondary Education; Delta Delta Delta,
Pledge Scholarship Chairman, HomecominR Chairman,
Sponsor Chairman; AWS; YWCA; WRA, Advisory
lioard; FTA, Convention Delegate; Spring Sing; Kappa
Beta: Concert Choir.
WADDICK, James Francis, Indianapolii
» WADE. Martha Ellen, Indianapolis.
WALKER, Ann E., Indianapolis, Home Economics and
Political Science; Delta Gamma, Vice President, Ac-
tivities Chairman, Homecoming Co-Chairman; Welwyn
Club, Vice-President; Methodist Student Movement,
Vice President; Religious Council Representative;
WRA; Sports Council; YWCA Cabinet.
WALTERS, Robert Carroll, Indianapolis.
WARNER, Ellen H., Indianapolis; Alpha Chi Omega.
WEAVER, Robert Allen, Indianapolis, Biological Sc
WEGENER, Billie F., Indianapolis, Spanish and English;
Alpha Chi Omega; WRA; FTA; AWS; YWCA; New-
man Club; Y'oung Democrats, President.
WHITFIELD, Leonard L., Mishawaka, Indiana, Busi-
ness Administration; Sigma Nu; YMCA; Young Demo-
crats; Society for Advancement of Management.
WILKEXS, Diana Lyn, Indianapolis, English; Delta
Delta Delta, Librarian, Historian. Publicity Chairman,
Corresponding 'Secretary; Spurs; YWCA, Cabinet, Pub-
licity Chairman; AWS, Council, Publicity Chairman;
WRA; University Choir; Young Republicans; MSS
Freshman Staff; Collegian Staff; Methodist Student
Movement; Coed Coun.selor.
WILSON, Carolyn, Indianapolis, English-Secondary Edu-
cation; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Treasurer, Vice Presi-
dent; Alpha Lambda Delta, Treasurer; Spurs, Presi-
dent; Chimes; YWCA Outstanding Freshman Woman
Award; Theta Sigma Phi, Treasurer; Sigma Tau Delta;
••Spoke" Award; WRA. Sports Council; YWCA Cab-
inet; Drift Faculty Editor; Collegian Society Editor,
City Editor; AWS.
WILSON, Norman K., Indianapolis, Pre-Medicine; Sigma
Chi. Historian. Vice-President, Kecording Secretary.
Vice-President of Pledge Class; Utes; Sphinx; Blue
Key; Varsity Football; Varsity Track; Sophomore
Class Treasurer: Butler "B" Men. Secretary; Young
Uepublicians Club; Varsity Basketball Banquet, Chair-
WOOLGAR, Judy, Indianapolis, Physical Education; Pi
Beta Phi. Song Leader. Political Chairman, Scholar
ship Chairman: Pledge Trainer, Vice-President: Spurs;
Chimes; Scarlet Quill, Secretary; Delta Psi Kappa,
Secretary, Treasurer; AWS, President, Coed Counselor
Chairman; WRA, President, Sports Council; YWCA,
Freshman Camp Chairman; Cheerleader; AFROTC
Sponsor, Air Angel Court; Choir: Madrigals; Camp-
ing Club, Secretary, Treasurer; Blue Gills.
WRIGHT, Martha Ellen, Indianapolis. Botany; FTA.
VVUKNSCH, Ronald W.,
Spliiiix; AccountiiiK Sociel
man Club; YMCA;
YAKEY, Caroline Louise, Indianapolis, English; Kappa
Kapiia Gamma; MSS; AWS, Coed Codes; WKA posters
and publicity; MS" "
Left to right: Ralph Hughes, President; Nancy Fleming, Secretary; Mark Peterman, Vice-
president and Paul Janota, Prom Chairman. Not pictured is Jim Moore, Treasurer.
Russell, Mary Ann
Wiles, Jacqueline Dean
[ 204 ]
Sophomore Class Officers
Left to right: Dick Hogshire, Vice-president and Cotillion Chainnan; Mary Vyverberg, Sec-
retary; Walt Coopef, Treasurer; Gene Miller, President.
Freshmen Class Officers
Left to right: Dave McComiick, Vice-president; Lee Rhodes, President: Chiulotte Fors\-th,
Secretary; Vic Edwards, Treasurer.
Abramson, Ronald 59
Adams, Bev 37, 157
Adams, Nancy 41
Adkins, Dorothy 147, 190
Ahrendts, Dick 72, 74
Akers, Ed 50
Albright, Herm 165, 159
Alexander, Bev 36
Allen, Charles 81
Amos, Robert L. 152, 90
Amy, Dell 57
Anderson, Evelyn 44, 144, 146, 155, 159,
Anderson, Herbert 151
Anderson, Marlene 39
Anderson, Richard 55
Anderson, Sue 202
Antrobus, Carolyn 40, 144, 146, 150, 157,
Apley, Norma 38, 148
Arent, Al 51
Arney, John 152, 190
Arnold, Dale 62
Arnold, Jim 54
Aron, Al 59
Ashby, Ahce 148, 154, 159, 190
Askin, Pat 66
Athen, Rex 56, 93
Auble, Carolyn 190
Aughe, Connie 46, 149
Auxier, Pat 39
Arvington, Ken 72, 76
Axsom, Bill 61
Bachman, Janie 164, 202
Bacon, Margaret 49
Bailey, Kay 38, 147
Bainaka, M. 48
Baker, Jim 72, 158
Baker, Sandi 28, 42, 140, 147, 148, 190
Ball, Jackie IS
Ballinger, Sandra 38
Barb, Kick 60
Barcik, Bonnie 45
Barnes, Bob 56, 141, 146, 191
Barr, Bonnie 48, 165, 202
Barr, Judy 43, 158
Baur, Bonnie 202
Baylor, Dave 2, 4, 14, 34, 62, 68, 97,
102. 138, 168, 188, 216
Beck, Mary Lou 151
Becker, J. 157
Becker, Thomas 191
Beery, Barb 19, 42, 158, 160, 202
Beggs, Bob 52, 143. 161, 162
Behrnian, Marge 43
Bell, Bob 57
Bellows, Robert 55
Benjamin, G. 151
Benjamin, John 62, 72, 75, 191
Berck, John 191
Berg, Jim 54
Berman, Marvin 59
Bisesi, Sandra 47, 158
Bettner, Fred 55
Bibbs, Harold 153, 191
Bibler, Bev 21), 40, 147, 191
Bierce, Julie 29
Billing, Sharon 36, 191
Birkofer, Bob 58
Black, Don 55, 97, 145
Black, Ted 161
Bloemker, Mary 46, 191
Blue, Don 50, 161, 191
Blunck, Chuck 57
Bohanan, Phyllis 38, 144
Bohne, Mary 66
Bolin, Joanie 36, 146, 157
Bona Ventura, Tom 51, 72
Booher, Donna 44, 191
Bookout, Gary 52, 145
Booze, Blanche 46
Borshoff, J. 156
Bossy, James 151
Bottles, Armcn 191
Bowers, Winona 191
Bowman, Leslie 191
Beyer, D. Rovce 151
Boyle, Marilyn 42, 140, 153, 154, 191
Brady, Char 36, 142, 147, 202
Bramer, Phyllis 40, 147
Brane, John 151
Branham, Bob 72
Brant, Richard 192
Brantlev, Peggy 45
Brantner, Barb" 36, 149, 192
Breese, George 50
Bruzdzinski, Dan 58
Bridge, Dwight 50, 96
Bryan, Jack 50
Broadlick, Don 152
Brock, Patricia 192
Brock, Terry 57
Brown, C. 65
Brown, Edward 65
Brown, John 72
BuUard, Shirley 40, 144
Bunting, Sally 38, 192
Burch, James 66, 202, 143
Burger, William 192
Burgess, Charles 192
Burnside, Kathy 36, 146
Burpee, Niel 60
Burr, Adrianne 40, 153
Burris, G. 151
Burris, M. 157
Burris, Steve 52, 157
Burris, Sue 142, 154, 159
Burroughs, Gordon 50
Butcher, Harry 55, 143, 15J
Butler, Charlie 95
Butterworth 46, 20
Byerly, William 154, 192
Cain, Max 62
Cain, Sharon 47, 146
Caldwell, Barb 40, 150
Campbell, Frank 96
Campbell, Ronald 56
Campbell, W. 157
Caporale, Lou 72
Carey, Marie 40, 153, 202
Carnes. Fred 57
Carroll, James 192
Carter, Caroline 42, 149, 156, 157, 192
Cassjidy, Dave 52
Cassidv, Charlie 72
Chandler, Dink 60
Chandler, Scott 72, 75. 192
Chapman, Mary Lib 45. 146. 156
Chastain, Cleo 152, li)2
Chelf, Eugene Paul V.)2
Cliesliire, Donna 40, 147, 158
Clark, Lois 192
Clark, Paul 154
Clark, Ruth Ann 45
Cleveland, Art 60, 161
Coats, Eli 52
Coe, Joan Ii7
Coe. John 62, 72
Collins, Debbie 44
Collins, Dick 81, %
Condo, Georgeanna 38
Connell, Jerry 60
Conner, Connie 39
Cook, Robert 192
Cook, Ron 64, 192
Cooper, Gary 51
Cooper, Walt 51, 159, 205
Corn, Ronald 159, 193
Cory, Susie 36
Cotter, Delia 66
Cox, Jane 43, 158
Cox, Jill 44, 193
Cox, Norm 57
Cox, Wally 56, 88, 158
Craft, Ray 60, 89
Craig, Jo Ann 38
Cripe, Joyce 44, 144, 146, 153, 163
Crippen, Ruth Ann 44, 144, 147
Croner, Dave 53
Crow, Marilyn 36, 144
Crull, Janet 38
Doyal, John C. 193
Doyle, John 193
Doyle, Shirley 42, 1 18, 153, \W. 191
Dressier, R. 72
Drews, Ron 51
DuBois, R. 151
Dudziak, Rosemary 48, 202
Dugan, Joe 56
Duerstock, Stuart 61
Dugdale, Robert 62
Dyer, Allison 44
Eacret, Don 66, 143, 158, 159
Easterly, Violet 49
Eberg, Fred 52. 158, 190, 194
Edmonds, Yvonne Merlene 104
Edwards, Margaret 154, 194
Edwards, Marilyn 36
Edwards, Vic 61, 205
Ehlen, J. 151
Elbert, Paul 52. 145
Elliott, Hoaglandbl, 81
Elliott, Richard 51
Engeman, Terry 61
Engle. Earl 64
Erickson, Carl 161
Erickson, Vaudine Rose 194
Etienne, Bill 81, 96, 158
Daniel, Don 151
Darland, R. 152
Davis, Barbara 39
Davis, Barbara 38
Davis, James Richard 193
Davis, Joanie 42, 142, 146, 155, 162, 202
Davis, Margaret 44, 149
Davis, Virgie Lew 156
Davis, William 56, 141, 161, 193
Davis, William R. 23, 52
Day, James D. 193-194
Dean, Russ 54
Dearing, Bob 60, 164, 202
DeCapua, Byron 52
Deckard, Noble 52, 193
Deeg, Bill 58
Deeg, Bob 54, 145
Delp, Barbara 39, 149
Dennis, Robert Josepli 193
DeTrude, Howard 141, 193
Dewitt, Marcia 46
Dhonau, Robert 161, 193
Dice, Don 53
Dickason, Harold W. 193
Dillon, Bev 38, 144. 157, 160
Ditmire, Joe 50, 86, 88, 158. 161
Dixon, Don 152
Dixon, Herb 161
Dixon, Johnny 62, 152, 193
Doak, Norma 38, 147, 193
Doane, George 60
Dodge, Don 53, 152
Dolen, Barbara 44
Doles, Richard D. 193
DoUens, Sara 42, 142, 153
Douglass, Gay 45
Downs, Diney 42, 146, 162
Doty. H. 154, 161
Fable, Vaudene Rose 194
Eager, Jane 153, 154
Ferguson, Kent 51
Ferriday, Kitty 42, 156, 203
Fish, John 50
Fishtahler, Joyce 45
Finch, Robert 55, 154
Fitzsimon, Jan 160
Fleener, Duane Schafer 194
Fleming, Anne 42, 142, 146. 148, 158,
Fleming, Xancv 46, 142, 14S, 149, 202.
Flor, Elwyn 54
Foder, Carl 72
Ford, Chuck 52
Foltz, Buzz 60
Forsyth, Charlotte 47, 150, 158, 205
Foster, Hank 89. 96. 158, 161
Foster. Helen 46, 159
Foutty, John 159
Fox, .\llison 66. 153
Fox, Richard 54
Fralich, Bill 72
Franklin, Dave 61
Frayman, Jack 94
Freeman, Dave 57
Freeman. Tom 65
French, Dick 60
French. Larry 60
Fuller, Esther 43
Fuller, Ivan 56. 145, 15:3. 203
Fulton. J. 156
Funkhouser. Billy Joe 60, 9o
Gamblin, Bill 72, 74, 158
Garner, Jerry 64, 72
Garrett, Mel 66
Garza, Sergie 65
Gascho, Martha 144, 150, 153
Gaytoii, Harry 64, 72
Geloff, S. 49
Gentry, Dave 61, 146, 174, 203
Giddens, Charles 51
Gillespie, Marge 42, 144, 155
Gilson, John 72, 158
Given, Gordon 60
Glanzman, Richard 54, 143, 154
Glanzman, Ron 59, 145
Glasgow, Mary 66, 159
Glogas, Leo 59
Goebel, Jack 57
Goliger, Mrs. Ruth K. 194
Goldstein, Sherman 59
Good, Allen 157
Goodman, Milt 59, 145
Goodwin, Grace 42, 146, 203
Gordon, Dave 59
Gordon, Don 59
Gordon, Sally 66
Goss, John 57
Gray, Alice 156
Gray, Eleanor 194
Grey, Jo De 39
Green, Carolyn 46, 144
Green, Ron 53
Green, Tom 60, 159
Gresson, R. 154
Griggs, Judi 49, 157
Griner, Charles 55
Gruber, Jerry 53
Guzek, Ted 54, 86, 88, 95
Haas, Sandra 40, 144, 155, 157
Hackett, Eleanor 153
Hafert, JoAnna 37
Hageboeck, Terry 53
Hagedon, Harold Edward 194
Hagopian, Mary 151
Hall, Gaylord 57
Hall. Sue 41
Hamilton, Don 52
Hamilton. Eleanor 37, 150
Hamilton, Xondra 48, 149
Handshaw, Bob 58
Hanna. Bill 51
Hansen. Ronald 194
Hap, Walt 51, 72, 157
Harding, Marv Frances 148, 149
Harrell. John 60, 72
Harriss, R. 151
Harrison, Diane 45
Hart, Larry 53
Hartman, Betty 44
Hartman. Ron 61
Harvey, Gene 61, 93, 158
Harwood, A. 152
Haskins, Bob 64
Hauor, John 56
Hawthorne, Carolyn 42, 158, 159
Hay den. J. 161
Hayes, Robert 55
Haynes, May 156
Hazelrigg, Janet Sue 151, 194
Healey, Ann 36, 144, 146, 148, 149, 150,
Heinekamp, Bill 52, 203
Helms, Davis 194
Hendrickson, Dale 62, 161, 203
Henlev, Jan 62, 145
Henry, Shirley 42, 142, 158, 203
Herod, Gil 153
Hershay, Dick 96
Hortel, Chuck 62
Hess, Dick 72, 74, 158, 161, 163
Hiatt, S. 154
Hickman, Myrna 44
Hildreth, Dick 60
Hilton, James 153
Himes, Tom 72, 75
Hine, Eric 60
Hingle, Gerry 40, 144, 149
Hinshaw, Bill 81, 96
Hobbs, Becky 47
Hoffman, Diana 194
Hogshire, Dick 62, 205
Holder, Janice 154
Hole, Zetta 144
Holevas, M. S. 151
Hollo way, Don 158
Holmes, Ron 57, 93
Holt, Nancy 37, 146, 150
Hosea, Thaha 41
Howard, Dean 57
Housefield, Carol 47, 150
Hovey, Marge 37, 154, 195
Howe, Lloyd 61
Hrabik, Jerry 51
Hubbard, Jim 60
Huber, Francis M. 195.
Huff, Frank 93, 152
Hughes, Jerry 161
Hughes, Marilyn 38
Hughes, Ralph 62, 202, 203
Hughes, Rex 63
Hunt, Kenny 50, 203
Hunt, Ruth Ann 43, 158
Hughett, William 158
Huntington, E. 154
Hurrle, C. 72
Irvine, Jane 47
Irwin, Barb 40, 144, 146, 159, 160
Jackson, June Evelyn 195
Jacobs, Dottie 43, 146, 157, 160
Janota, Paul 54, 156, 160, 161, 202
Jenkins, Ruth 66
Jett, Janet Gayle 195
Johantgen, Patricia 195
Johns, Faye 41
Johns, Nancy 144, 155
Johnson. Al 55
Johnson, Janet Evelyn 195
Johnson, Jim 60, 164, 165, 195
Johnson, Marlene 149, 150, 203
Johnson, Sue 46, 203
Jones, Jesse 61
Jones, Mark 56, 159
Jones, Penny 39
Jones, Honda 42, 195
Jose, Jean 44, 147, 154, 174, 195
Joyce, Ed 55
Judkins, Shirley US
Jung, Phil 58
Lincback, Jane 45, 157
LingenfelUjr, Jim fiO
Logan, Dottie 29, .«, 155, 190
Logan, Jean 40
Long, Ronnie 57
Longest, Sue 46, 140, 149
Lunte. Eleanor 36, 157
Luthe, Charles 93
Lytle, Dick 64, 141, 161, 1&4, 196
Kantor, Jerry 54, 72
Karstedt, Ralph 64, 143, 153, 154 157
Kaser, I. 151
Kawszewicz. Ted 58, 154
Kelly, J. 72
Kelly, Mike 61
Kemp, Jean 48
Kennedy, Mannert 72, 75, 158
Kenny, Bill 52, 145, 153
Kersey, Charles 159
Ketron, David 150
King, Don 30, 31, 63
Kinney, Ann 42
Kirk, Willis 151
Kirkman, Bill 157, 162
Klar, Arlene 38
Klopp, Bill 57
Knotts, Sandra 33, 44, 142, 146, 154
Kohlmeyer, Ann 46, 142, 146, 155, 203
Kohlmeyer, Harold 56
Kraft, John 66, 153, 160
Krakovitz, Howard 59
Kraus, Ernie 157
Kuennen, Richard 56
Kuhn, Doris 153
LaFollette, Bill 50, 146, 161
Lain, Thalia 46, 157, 158
Lamb, Bob 81
Lambeth, Dottie 40
Lambert, Jerry 55, 72
Landis, Joseph Lawrence 196
Landrigan, Dick 163
Landwerlen, Leo 58
Lawson, Norm 51
Leahey, Jerry 58
LeBien, Robert 56, 196
Leckrone, Mike 151
Lee, Margaret 44, 144, 155
Leeds, Ronald 52, 145, 153, 159
Leedy, E. B. 57
Leer, Pat 37, 157
Leffler, Mike 61
Lehane, Dan 72, 158
Lehr, Charles 61
Leibert, Sharon 203
Lemke. Zan 47, 158
Leonard, Patty Jo 46
Leslie, Nancy 46
Leucht, Fritz 55
Levy, Gail 41
Lewis, Vic 50, 146
Lilves, Ben 51, 157
Lindsay, Shelia 45
Lindsey, Bev Baldwin 21, 32, 33, 46
MacKnight, Libby 43
MacRoberts, Arthur 57
McCallister, Pat 49, 156
McCain, Judy 44
McCartney, Jean 30, 147, 150, 2(J3
McClure, Al 151
McClure, Maurice Alden 196
McCoin, Joan 48, 150
McConn, J. 152
McCorkle, Carolyn 39
McCormick, Dave 205
McCormick, Frank 50, 143
McCoy, Ann 48
McCullers, Ann 42, 203
McGhee, David M. 122, 196
McGuffy, Nancy 46
Mcintosh, C. 152
McMullen, Odie 40
McNeeley, Ken 61
McNeese, Larry 63
Magner, Phyllis 40
Mahoney, Leo 72, 75, 158
Malaska, Carol 37, 146, 150
Mailers, James 56, 93
Maloy, Mary 40, 148, 203
Mann. DeAnn 47
Manwaring, Carol 140, 147, 196
Marker, Lester 54
Marks, Bill 55
Marlowe, Sharon 42, 140, 158, 203
Mart, Sharon 154
Martin, J. 152
Martin, Jack 25
Martin, Pat Parkinson 16, 17, 44
Masters. E. 72
Masters, Nolan 72, 74, 78. 158. 203
Masteryanni. Janith 49
Matthews, Bill 63
Maxey, Jim 96
Maxey, Bob 72
Mead". Dick 50, 157
Meador, Jan 38
Medalen, Marcia 42, 203
Meier, Frank 72, 158
Mendenhall, Lvnn 62
Mericle. Mrs. R. 196
Merrill. Don 57
Merritt, Jay 57
Meyer, Dale 61
Michos. Marv 48. 157
Mikesell. Mike 50
Millard. Art 59
^liller. Don 56. 72
ililler, Gene 54. 146, 205
Miller, H. 152
Miller, Jane 44
Miller, Jim 54
Miller, Shirley 42
Miller, Sue 203
Miller, Susan 41
Miller, Tom 53
Miller, Walt 151
Mills, Jerry 161
Jlills, Richard 196
jNIilnes, Jack 61
Miner. Bill 50, 190, 196
Mitchener, M. 152
Mohler, Tom 66
Molebash, Allan 62, 152, 203
Monroe, C. 152
Montgomery, Charlene 66
Moody, Carol 151, 196
Mooers, Judi 149, 165
Moore, Carol Wilson 196
Moore, Jim 52, 152
Moore, Karon 44
Moran, Jeaninne 47
Morehead, Charles 51
Moriaritj, Pat 162, 203
Morris, Irene 66
Morris, Pat 55
Morton, Jim 66
Moseley, Mary Ellen 156
Moses, John 72
Moyer, Bill 57
Muilery, Mike 2, 4, 14, 34, 62, 68, 102,
138, 160, 168, 188, 216
Murphy, Barbara 43
Murphy, Carolyn 45, 153
Murphy, Mary Lou 45, 159
Murphy, Susan 39
Murray, Tom 54
Musseiman, Mary 42, 196
Mustard, Carolyn 44, 129, 144, 146, 148,
Xagle, Rita 38, 142, 146, 150
Nardo, Nick 72. 78. 158
Xeale, \ancy 42, 144. 146. 154
Xeel, Patti 36
Neilsen, Kenny 63
Xessler, Karl 159
Xewberry. Joycelyn 38
Xewcomer, Janet 37
Newton, Caryl 42, 146, 147, 153, 158,
Newton, John 62, 152
Ney, Bill 72
Ney, Jo.\nn 42
Nicholson, Kenny 72. 75, 158
Xiehaus, JoAnn 46, 142
Xieman, Paul 56
Xitchman. Xancy 37. 1.50
Xoonan. Theresa 153
Xornian. John 53
Xorton, Dave 55
O'Conner, James Edward 196
O'Connor, Lou 66
O'Dell, Natalie 44, IW. 15.5. 203
O'Hara, Mary Jo 38, 140. 147, 153, 154,
Offutt, Fred 64, 151, 197
Oliver, Fred 56
Oliver. J. 152
Orbison. Sondra 46. 142. 203
Owen, Dick 60
Owensby, Don 81, 96
Padgett, Larry 53, 145
Painter. Floys 60
Paller. Mrs. Ruth 197
Palmer, Charlotte 49
Palmer, Sherry 39, 150
Parke, Margaret 47, 150
Parsons, Chnt 94, 158
Pattison, Dianne 38, 142, 157, 158. 159.
Payne. Linda 43
Pavne, Sandy 42
Pedigo, Bob 72
Perkins. William F. 161. 197
Perrey, Barb 165
Perry, Bob 63
Peterman. Marcia 42, 197
Petermau, Mark 60. 86. 158. 202
Petty, Bob 159, 197
Philhpps. R. 154
Phillips, Chris 66
Phillips. Leonora 66
Pickett, Tom 23, 54
Pierson. P. 151
Pierson Sandi 46
Pike. Janet 36, 150, 157
Pinkerton, Connie 47
Pipher, James M. 197
Pirtle, Bob 93
Plantz, Ken 54. 96. 97, 158
Plump. Bob 60. 86, 88, 93, 1.58
Poole, Dick 57
Powell, Ames 61
Powell, Toni 39
Powers, Don 50. 163
Pribble, Jim 97
Price, Ann 142, 153, 154, 155. 159, 203
Pugslev, Pam 41
Pyke, George 64, 153, 154, 157
Raciiio, Yvonne 11
Hadkovic, Micliiiel Patrick I!)7
Ragsdale, Pat 150
Raub, Charles 197
Raucli, Ray 05
Rawlinson, Kenton Pliillip 107
Ray, John 93
Ray, Morgan 53
Ray, Ralph 62
Rayle, Shirley 204
Redenbacher, Leon 60, 80, 93, 158 161
Reed, Ann 204
Reed, Edward 152, 197
Reehling, Ron 60
Reeves, Dee 44
Reeves, Sherm 54
Regan, T. 154
Reis, Eileen 29, 36, 197
Reynolds, Joe 51, 145
Reynolds, Marilyn 36, 144, 149, 150 157
Rhoads, Lee 53, 157, 205
Rich, George 22, 56
Ridgway, Haddon 56
Ridland, Sandra 46
Rieboldt, June 43, 153
Riegel, Mary 48
Riegner, Richard 56
Rike, Janet Louise 198
Riley, Ray 93
Rinehart, Judy 44, 142, 155, 204
Riser, Patricia 41, 150
Ritter, Delores 66
Roach, Jack 61
Roberts, Diane 42, 144, 153
Roberts, Jack 55
Robertson, Jan 66
Robey, Jim 56
Robinson, Jerry 62, 204
Rodman, J. 49
Rohrabaugh, Tom 60, 72 74 94 112
141, 158, 161, 198
Rohrman, Nick 55
Rose, Gordon 62
Rose, Howard 64, 154, 198
Rose, Kitty 30, 156
Rosenbaum, Jean 144, 156
Ross, Betsy 42, 204
Ross, Marcia 38, 140, 154, 198
Rouse, Phil 61
Rowley, Mike 72
Ruble, Dick 55
Russell, Gary William 198
Russell. Mary Ann 38. 204
Ryan, Joan 48, 144, 150, 159, 204
Safford, Jan 204
Samuels, Jerry 59
Sauer, Ed 54, 152, 108
Sawrey, Gordon 57
Sayer Burt 72
Schaefer, Marilyn 204
Schaffer, Bill 52
Scarpellini, Jack 58
Schankerman, Maurice 59
Schcctz, Dave oH, H<.), 152
Schleicher, Diannc 38, 149
Schmidt, Ann 40
Schrnitz, .John 55
Schnioe, Wendell 151
Schuetz, Maurice 51
Schwaninger, Steve 57
Screes, Don 63
Seamon, Kenny 03, 158
Selmier, Trav 64, 161
ShafFstein, Jerry 58
Shahovskoy, Rick 52
Sharp, Nancy 45, 159
Shaw, Tom 61, 81
Sheehan, Dan 72, 1.58
Sheffer, Jack 54, 161, 108
Shelton, J. 72
Sheppard, Cherry 26, 46, 140, 147 198
Sheppard, Elinor 46, 144, 146, 149
Sheppard, Sallie 153
Sherritt, Jan 44, 144
Sherwood, Diane 43, l.>j
Shew, Violet Ann 204
Shoemaker, Diane 40, 154, 150 204
Short, Bill 51
Shultheis, Analie 47, 146, 154
Siebold, R. 154
Silberman, Paula 46, 142, 146, 204
Sink, Richard 56, 129, 141. 161, 198
Siurek, Tom 51, 72
Sivgals, Peter 156, 161
Slorp, Kay 36, 204
Smego, Richard 51, 157
Smith, Arthur L. 198
Smith, Casey 24
Smith, Joan Bechtold 140, 154, 191
Smith, Kenneth 151
Smith, Marjorie 38. 154, 198
Smith, Shirlee M. 37, 150, 157 198
Smith, Shirlee 36, 147, 149, 190
Snyder, Frank 53
Snyder, Jan 44
Snyder, Steve 54, 95
Sofios. Mary 154, 159, 198
Speedy. R. 160
Spivey. Jo 46. 204
Spivey, Robert 204
Spraetz, Ken 63, 72
Spring, Janet 160
Stainbrook, James 66
Stalker, Dorothy 42. 144
Stamm. Bob 8l" 96
Stamper, Steve 57
Staples. Bev 45
Stebbings, Carol 44, 149, 160
Stegman, John 60. 160
Steinmeier. James 55
Stermn. Ann 36. 198
Stevens. Bob 51
Stockdiile, 54, 153
Stoltz. Chuck 56
Stoichefif. Karl 54. 141. 146. 161. 19S
Strakis. Ron 61
Streve, JoAnn 151. 199
Stroup. Barb 29, 48. 199
Strum, Mildred 66
Stuckman. Barbara 49
Stucky. Steve 56
Sturgeon. Barbara 144. 140
Summers. Marilyn Sue 41
Suttles. Joseph K. 199
Swanson. Carl 55
Swartz, M. C. 42. 147, 148. 149. 156, 109
Sweeney, J. 154
Swenson. Don 15S. 199
Swenson, Sue 37. 150
Szumski, Ron 58
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Tanselle, Nancv 38, 204
Tarr, Sue 43, 157, 163
Taylor, Lacy D. 152, 190
Taylor, Rita 41
Teeguarden, Beth 37, 157
Teeter, Martha 43
Tellman, Robert 55
Terrell, Nancy 36, 109
Thoele, William K. 154, 199
Thomas, Ann 150
Thomas, John 65, 153
Thomas, Phyllis 43
Thompson, Leroy 72, 79, 158
Thompson, Pat 38, 199
Thompson, Paul 57
Thompson, S. 49
Thorn, George 54
Throckmorton, Betty Jane 160, 199
Tidd, Marcia 36
Tio, Tjiong Sien 152, 204
Tirsell, Glenn 50, 141, 156, 199
Toll, Tom 154
Tomlinson, Judi 66
Toole, Carelton 60
Toole, Dale 81
Toombs, Jean 42, 199
Torchio, Lou 72
Treon, Norman 64, 199
Trittin, Bob 50
Tudor, Nancy 40
Ulrey, Roger 93
VanArsdale, Sara 33, 42, 144, 158
VanArsdall, Nancy 47, 158
VanBlaricum, Kay 38
VanCamp, Donna 40
VanSickle, Ley Ann 144, 151
VanSickle, N. 151
VanVactor, John 54
VanWinkle, Robert INI. 154, 199
Vasko, John 58
Vaughan, Alice 40
Veatch, J. 152
VenitE, Kay 38, 199
V'ondracek, John .54, 145, 1.57
Vyverberg, Mary 42, 144, 146, 158, 205
Walker, Ann 40, 200
Walker, Bob 63
Wallace, Suzanne 44, 142, 204
Walters, Robert Carroll 200
Walwik, Ted 61
Wanek, Myra 144, 153, 154, 159, 165
Ward, Bill 61
Warner, Helen 36, 150, 200
Wathen, Ron 72, 74, 158
Wattleworth, Jim 53
Weaver, Robert Allen 200
Wefler, Pat 153, 159
Weirick, Sandi 47
Weisner, Sue 44, 142, 204
Wells, Ann 46, 146, 149, 155
Wells, John 64, 96
Wellington, Janet 40, 150
Welmer, Sandra 66
Wetzler, Ted 54, 154, 159
Whitaker, Jim 62
Whitaker, Lovie 39
White, Ann 150, 204
White, Bob 24, 63, 72
White, Bev 43
White, Joe 50, 145
Whitfield, Bill 63
Whitfield, Leonard 62, 200
Whitmore, Dan 60, 159
Whitsett, Mike 57
Whitt, David 56
Whittington, Jim 53
Wildason, Karla 41
Wiles, JacqueUne Dean 204
Wilkens, Diana 38, 148, 200
Wilkens, Norm 143, 146, 159, 204
Willenberg, Donna 37, 150
Williams, Bob 63
Williams, Gordon 151
Williams, Verne 66
Wilhamson, H. 157
Willoughby, Earl 81, 96
Wilson, Carolyn 44, 142, 155, 200
Wilson, Harriette 149, 157, 200
Wilson, Jim 60
Wilson, R. 152
Wilson, Judy Woolgar 29, 46, 140, 148,
Wilson, Norman 60, 72, 76, 141, 158, 200
Wilson, Sandra 46, 146
Winders, Barbara 142, 150, 204
Winnefeld, Kathy 66, 144, 160
Wiseheart, Jane 30, 31, 43
Wolfe, Bob 72, 93
Woodling, Bing 93
Woolridge, Jean 36, 112
Wnukowski, Loretta 47, 146, 154
Wright, David 55
Wright, Kenny 64
Wright, Martha Ellen 200
Wuensch, Ronald W. 201
Wurster, Carol 45, 153, 157
Wurster, E. K. 44
Wachstetter, Janet 38, 200
Waddick, James Francis 200
Wade, Martha Ellen 200
Waite, Dixie 41
Yakey, Caroline 44, 153, 159, 200
Yakey, Judy 45
Yoder, Shirle 36, 144
Young, Herbert 59
Zeunik. Jim 53
Ziehl, Virginia 36, 151
Zimmerniun, Bruce 60
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