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329 organizations 

365 living groups 

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But did it really help? 

UniPrep is supposed to help prepare the poor incoming 
freshman for life and good times at this great multiversity. 

We do see to it that he meets a few of his prospective 
professors and talks to the campus student "leaders." 

We do let him live in the dorm for a few days to test out 
living away from home. 

We do put on stunts and activities to make him feel at 
home here. 

But UniPrep is not UCLA, as the freshman discovers when 
he's trying to run for classes. 



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Line after line: 

the waiting game, UCLA style 



So you got back your reg pack in the mail and there was 
that class you really wanted - marked closed. So there you 
stand in line, waiting. 

Four hours later you make it up to the desk. Sorry, that 
class is closed. Would you like to sign the waiting list? 
You're number 154. 

First day of class you stumble into your bio section. There 
are 800 kids for 1 75 chairs. The TA explains. There's been 
a mistake .... 

Noon. So you go over to the Union for a sandwich. After 
standing in line for forty-five minutes there's barely 
enough time to get to class, let alone eat too. 

There must be 30,000 students at UCLA and every one of 
them is in line ahead of you. Pauley is barely large enough 
to hold Speakers Program this year. 

And remember that morning you tried to find a parking 
space in that metered lot near the Union? 

And the afternoon you stood in line for a half hour at the 
Cashier's Office to get a check cashed? 

The waiting game, UCLA style. 





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California, like most states iri'fUflJIII&n in the 1860's, took 
advantage of the Morill Act to set up a state university. The 
Morill Act granted 150,000 acres of land from federal 
reserves to any state establishing an educational institution 
to teach agriculture and mechanical arts. 

Building from tiny College of California, created in 1855 
from Contra Costa Academy, the University was founded 
on March 23, 1868. On that day Governor Henry H. Haight 
sigfied-the charter organizing the University of California. 

A site in some farmland outside the "land of oaks" was 
selected, and Berkeley opened its doors with 189 students 
in 1873. - '-■ 

As we are merely the "southern campus" of the University, 
centennial eelebrations centered up at Berkeley. A time 
capsule^^s buried, a centennial tree planted, and fireworks 
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♦from 1868 untilthis, the centennial year, the University 
"has been making great strides forward in educational 
excellence. It is our fervent hope that the current policies. „ 
of our governor will not force the Universrty to move 
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The foreign student arrives at LA I nternational Airport. She 
is young, away from home for the first time, alone in a 
strange land. 

At the International Student Center lessons in "American" 
are given along with large doses of "smotherlove." There is 
a full calendar of activities and space in which to take 
refuge from a confusing outside world. 

The new foreign student soon learns that most of her 
problems with U.S. living -from an arrest for an unpaid 
parking ticket to getting a student visa renewed - can be 
solved by "Skip," otherwise known as Thomas J. Scully, 
Dean of Foreign Students. 



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The new arrival goes to classes and tries to fade into the 
mass of Americans. But problems with language and new 
patterns of thinking force self-reexamination. Some foreign 
students quickly change majors or drop classes. Others 
just give up and go home. 

The American casual friendship is not understood by the 
foreigner. In her country, a friend was someone she could 
depend on, no matter what. Here a friend is someone who 
says Hi. She withdraws from American social life and 
the wall goes up. 




Nationality clubs help erase the loneliness. Here is one 
group in which the foreigner no longer feels foreign. These 
people speak her language, share her culture. They most 
often become her only friends here. 

But some seek friendships outside the tight ethnic group. 
For the men, the soccer team is one solution. The UCLA 
team is composed of students from more than a dozen 
nations-and even includes some Americans. 



During her stay at UCLA the foreign student remains 
apart. Although more than 7 per cent of the student body 
comes from abroad, few American students make any 
effort to reach out a hand. Will the foreign student always 
leave America knowing nothing of Americans? 




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Every year, twice a year we have a Blood Drive. Every year, 
twice a year most UCL^ students are too cinicken to go in 
and bleed. Even for a good cause. 

The especially brave ones are the ROTC cadets, who have 
to. And the fraternity guys, who do it to prove their 
manhood. 

But the rest of us just walk by the Ping Pong Room and 
shudder. Every year, twice a year. 



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Homecoming this year turned out differently than its 
chairman thought it would. UCLA students, it seems, are no 
longer interested in such former necessities of college life as 
bicycle and turtle races. All we care about now is the 
parade, the concert and the game. 

The parade- and what a parade! Invariably watched by 
more Westwood homeowners than students, it rivals the 
Rose Parade for ingenuity and color. Except for the Fijis, who 
have the same outdated theme every year, floats centered 
around "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow," honoring the 
Centennial of the University of California. And it is rumored 
that this year's Grand Marshall actually enjoyed every minute. 

Homecoming Queen Julie Kincaid was crowned at the 
Supremes Concert that began the week's activities. 

And the game, of course, we won. Don't we always win at 
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We'll do anything for a laugh." — Bob Hope 



Bob Hope gave us a benefit performance last November 
in Pauley Pavilion for the UCLA Alumni Association's 
scholarship fund. 

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UCLA students, no longer content with less newspaper 
coverage than Berkeley gets, staged their own riots this 
year. The avowed purpose was to prevent the University 
from allowing war-related industry to recruit on campus. 
The real purpose seems to have been to relieve frustration 
at not being able to do anything about President Johnson's 
war in Vietnam. 

The triggering incidents were connected with the presence 
of two Dow Chemical Corporation recuiters in the Placement 
Center. For several days hundreds of students milled about 
the building, sometimes harrassing the campus police, 
sometimes just singing or chanting. 

The only outcome was a campus referendum. And the 
Administration indicated early it would not be bound by 
the results. 

Five students were later identified as having broken certain 
University regulations and appeared before the Student 
Conduct Committee in January. 

Jerry Palmer, officer in the campus VDC-SDS was 
suspended, and four other students were censured for 
their participation in the Dow Row. 

And nothing has changed. The war continues. 

And so will the demonstrations. 

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Ten thousand of us turned out to vote last November in a 
referendum sparked by the Dow Row. 

In a close decision we decided that we didn't want an 
immediate cease-fire in Vietnam, but perhaps the results 
would have been different if the statement had been written 
without the word "immediate." 




We did overwhelmingly reject endorsement of the track 
stadium. But the construction work continues on the old 
Lot 1 1 site, and it looks like we'll have a stadium whether we 
want it or not. 

The current Placement Center policies were supported. 
Those who wanted Dow and other war-related industries 
denied access to the Placement Center turned out to be 
just about y4of the total student body. Clearly a minority. 

Predictably, we supported legalization of marijuana and the 
distribution of birth-control pills for coeds at the med center. 
Although some Kelps were demanding that a list be 
published of those coeds who request the Pill. 

One surprise was that a third of those voting said that they 
had smoked marijuana and 660 admitted having taken LSD. 
Now, if we'd all been honest . . . 




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A shell for creativity 




It isn't often that a concert band plays before a bikini- 
clad audience, but at UCLA such things do happen. An 
inviting maze of post and beam buildings, winding paths, 
patios, and balconies adorns a sloping hill on the edge of 
campus offering a new approach to the enjoyment of 
leisure time. The concept for a facility that would encourage 
closer relations between students and faculty in an informal 
setting was first envisioned by Dean Norman P. Miller, 
University Recreation Coordinator. Carefully constructing 
on a non-rectangular plan, the architects Smith and 
Williams created a shell for creativity, expecting the campus 
community to develop its own activities. "All the facility can 
do is allow things to happen," explains Wayne Williams, and 
for two years now, things have been happening. 

The Sunset Canyon Recreation Center is far enough away 
from the bustling UCLA campus that students can feel 
that they have escaped fromthe frantic pace of university 
living, yet the cultural elements of the university have made 
their way through the terrain to bring concerts, poetry 
readings, and art exhibits to be enjoyed in a relaxed 
manner. 



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Sun worshipers can study for exams while catching a few 
rays, and the high squeals of the children of students and 
faculty can be heard in the distance as they splash in 
their own, smaller, family pool. Every individual in the 
campus community was considered in planning the center, 
and you find them all here. Foreign students and their 
friends gather around the large Olympic-size pool and 
speak comfortably in their own language. Young men gaze 
at the collection of well-tanned young lovelies and decide 
it's a good place to meet people. 





At night, as the quiet pool glows in the background, the 
center is the location for dinners, student meetings, parties, 
and dances. The winding steps and balconies, the low 
ceilings, and the strong wood construction add a friendly 
and informal warmth to any gathering as people get away 
from the plastic and stainless steel side of UCLA. 



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A failure to communicate 

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The concept of The Upstairs seemed valid: there was no 
personal communication between faculty and students. 
And, as personal communication was A Good Thing, we 
must create some. 

The GSA Lounge, once the habitat of dark-leather-and-wood 
furniture and dim lighting, became crowded with new- 
plastic-and-metal seating modules - and all the burned 
out lightbulbs in the chandeliers were replaced. 

But nothing happened. Professors would come and sit for 
hours, talking to only the The Upstairs hostesses. 
The Studiers returned. Signs were erected to warn them 
that they couldn't stay if they weren't talking. But no one 
else was there. 

The Upstairs people began charging lOC a cup for the free 
coffee. Nobody bought it. 

The Upstairs is a failure. Students would rather see 
professors only in class, and spend their free time doing 
their own thing. 



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So you don't find the courses you 
want to take in this great multiversity. 
Why don't they offer ballet? You say. 

Well, brace yourself. The 
Experimental College offers not 
only ballet, but Yiddish, 
parapsychology and Marxist philosophy. 

So get off your . . . well, 
get up to the Experimental 
College office as soon as you can and 
find out where the action is. 

If there isn't a class you 
like, organize your own! With the 
Experimental College, your 
education is in your hands. Study 
something you want to study 
for a change. 




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Murphy moves 

The election of Ronald Reagan has been 
followed by many changes in the higher 
education system of California. 



Our library has not been able to acquire 
the number of volumes it needs to keep 
pace with a changing student body 
and a changing world. 

We are most likely going to have a 
tuition imposed upon us for the first 
time in the one hundred year history of 
the University. 

And now our Chancellor has decided to 
leave us, accepting an executive position 
with the Los Angeles Times - Mirror 
Corporation. 

We just can't help thinking that this, too, 
is an omen. 

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What makes someone want to go up into 
the mountains for a weekend in the 
wintertime? 

Sure, there is the chance to see snow up 
dose for maybe the first time. And there 
are other kids up there who are pretty 
nice. And the fireplace is warm. And the 
food not unbearable. 

But a colloq uium weekend is more than 
just snow or fire ... or even than just 
people. 

Colloq uia are a chance to get away from 
the rush of Los Angeles living and sort 
things out in the fresh mountain air. 

Somehow everything seems clearer up 
there. 




Up there it is possible to discover the 
"games people play" or the true 
meaning of black power or the place of 
God in modern life. 

There's a lot of talking, but a lot of 
listening and thinking too. 

A colloquium weekend is a chance to 
think about reasons for living. 



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Speakers Program headed by Aaron 
Grunfeld, stands out as one of the most 
successful ASUCLA events this year. 

8500 of us went to hear Senator Eugene 
McCarthy. 6000 went to hear Adam 
Clayton Powell and almost as many 
heard Dr. Benjamin Spook. 







During fail quarter numerous cancella- 
tions disrupted the schedule of speakers. 
But winter and spring quarters brought 
us outstanding men. As well as Powell's 
$500 motel bill. 



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"Awareness" was the theme. But 
few on campus were made aware of 
the variety of activities going on 
during Women's Week. 

The panels and discussions went 
unnoticed. Even a best-dressed 
coed contest had a hard 
time attracting contestants. 

Teas were held to introduce women 
students to women faculty, 
women students to women alumnae, 
and women students to women 
businessmen. 

But with sororities and service clubs 
already, is there any further need 
to supply feminine companionship? 

Wouldn't we all rather associate more 
with the men on campus? 




The whole night was a gamble 



Some of us like to gamble. So we go to 
Monte Carlo Night. There werethe 
usual Las Vegas games. The usual 
drawings for "thousands of fabulous 
prizes." But we couldn't win any money. 

The band in the Terrace Room had 
played for us in Meyerhoff Park at noon. 
They had been great then. But rather 
hard to dance to. And it was terribly 



hot. And the band was probably tired 
from their noontime exertion. 

We were supposedly raising money for 
an ASUCLA charitable event. But it 
seems there must be a better way to do 
that. 

Student activities are truly escapism and 
not designed to serve serious purposes. 



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Clean minds, strong bodies, intramurals 




The strength to face your lion 




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Counsel: to be listened to; to be supported 
while you gather your forces and get your 
bearings; to survey your alternatives, 
to discover new ones, explore their 
consequents; and make decisions; 

In private interview, to face a crisis or 
concern; to clarify your goals, and who 
you are and what you want to be; to 
clarify your feelings; 

I n small grou p, if you choose, to experience 
how others, your peers, have faced these 
same, and common questions; to learn 
to relate to others, and they to you; 

In Reading and Study Counsel, to seek 
help with necessary skills . . . The Student 
Counseling Services at UCLA. 




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Tutorial Project is finding a child who 
doesn't know which way is north. And 
teaching him. 

Tutorial Project is having a child who 
doesn't get breakfast bring you an 
apple. 

Tutorial Project is feeling the child is 
giving you more than you give him. 

Tutorial Project is having a child depend 
upon you. And not disappointing him 
ever. 

Tutorial Project is soul food. 



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Every vacation and some weekends 
50 to 100 UCLA students go down to 
Tijuana and blow their minds. 

Literally: out go Vietnam, finals and ottner 
preoccupations and in come friendslnip 
and love. 

Call it a work trip if you like, for the 
Amigos, in their unique way, do manage 
to build a wide variety of useful things. 



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There's a school for the deaf in Colonia 
Durango that we put up. There are also 
clinics and warehouses, playing fields, 
walls, each created through hours of 
digging, mixing, hammering and a lot of 
help from our Mexican friends. 

But better than any physical creation 
is the flowering of friendship. 

We see Tijuana not as the two sordid 
streets of the tourist trade, but as a 
collection of warm, interesting people 
whose culture has much to teach us. 

And in this peaceful environment we see 
ourselves with heightened clarity. 




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Vision of another world 

Project India allows an opportunity for the well-fed, 
well-clothed, well-sheltered American college student to see 
what it is like to be hungry, cold and left in the sun 
to die. 

However, it also allows the Indian college or university 
student to gain a truer, closer, more accurate picture of the 
United States than is brought to him through misleading 
international news media and motion pictures. 

Americans learn that there is much in India besides rice 
paddies, saris, and sacred cows. Indians learn that there are 
very few cowboys left in the United States. 

Since 1952, Porject India has been attempting to erase 
these misconceptions on a student-to-student level. For 
three months last summer, six UCLA students, one UCR 
student, and an adult advisor travelled to sixteen of 
India's cities, visiting Indian colleges and universities, 
meeting Indian students. 

Through stage presentations, classroom discussions, 
seminars, national and local radio and press coverage, and, 
most importantly, through personal face-to-face 
communication, the Americans show their country. Then, 
home again in California, they relate their experiences 
toother Americans. 

Project India is the first step to a new understanding. 





Andy Lewis, Milton Anderson, Ambassador Chester Bowles, Claire Carlson, Jor- 
dan Potash, Leslie Harbottle, Reynaldo Macias, Mrs. Bowles, Michael Mandel, 
and Jeanette Webb. 



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Shrove Tuesday a few months late 





Mardi Gras is billed as the world's 
largest collegiate activity. And it 
probably is. 

Preparation began a year ago when the 
chairman and executive board were 
chosen. And the stationery printed up. 

Planning went on for months. A theme 
was chosen. Booths and rides were 
decided upon. The date was set. 

And then it was here. The carnival 
exploded for a riotous weekend of lights, 
action, frenzied activity and merrymaking. 

Especially by teeniboppersfrom Uni 
high. 

Mardi Gras, even if it isn't really on 
Shrove Tuesday, is probably the most 
fun we have all year. 




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It was a sudden and painful shock, and 
we didn't know how to react. What could 
we do? We honored the man and the 
ideals he stood for. Seven thousand 
members of the UCLA community 
gathered around Janss steps to pay 
tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. the 
day after the civil rights leader had been 
gunned down in Memphis. Chancellor 
Murphy and John Kenneth Galbraith 
spoke to the crowd, afternoon classes 
were called, and a student march 
began to wind out through the campus. 

But the real effect must be felt in 
constructive changes, and it is not 
enough to honor a dead man without 
making sure that his ideals live on. 



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Why do they want to be counselors? Why 
do they give up summer jobs for money 
or summer school for credits? When 
the buses roll into camp, and one hundred 
screaming kids arrive, they wonder too. 

But a counselor is there when the kids 
are lying in their sleeping bags counting 
the stars, so many more than can ever 
be found in the city. He is there when his 
unit gets the clean unit flag, and giggles 
through their campfire skit, and almost 
but not quite wins the lizard race. And 
he is also there calming the feuds, fist 
fights, and name calling that seem to 
come so quickly and easily, especially at 
the beginning. 

UniCamp has been up there for over 
thirty years, growing and changing, 
starting with a session for underprivileged 
children, adding a session for diabetic 
children, then one for blind children, 
and now one for teenagers. The forest 
service wants their mountains back 
so that the weekend fishermen from Los 
Angeles can have a stream to play in. 
It's sad that they can't share the 
campground with children who can't 
afford to go to camp except when the 
UCLA students send them. 

At the end of the ten-day session, when 
muscles all ache from over work and 
lack of sleep, and no one has had a 
clean t-shirt on in a week, suddenly it's 
all worth it as each one sees his eight 
close friends sadly get back on the bus 
to return to the city. No, they probably 
won't hear from all of them, but some 
of them will write. 



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But the work doesn't end when the kids 
get back on the bus. Ten days are easily 
forgotten, even a very special ten days 
in the mountains, when a child returns 
to the city. So there is a reunion at a 
football game. The campers are brought 
to UCLA for a day to see just what those 
counselors do all year. Units get together 
perhaps for a picnic or a trip to the 
museum. 

And then there is Camp Drive to help 
raise enough money for next summer's 
sessions. Woodsey t-shirts invade the 
campus from time to time, hopefully 
to spread the message. 

Why do they want to be counselors? 
There must be a reason, because they 
keep coming back, year after year. 




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There you are after the last final you're 
ever going to take. Just 
what did you get out of your 
four years of college? 

There were all those new 
friends. You'll meet them again 
in the outside world -in 
business, the army, 
neighborhood laundromats. 

And classes -some good, some 

forgotten the minute you 

closed the Blue Book. Will you ever 

get around to reading that 

book you started in Humanities IB, 

but never finished? 




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Will you miss homecoming and 

basketball games and noon 

rallies in Meyerhoff? Or the long 

hours spent in the libraries, 

the all-nighters before a final, the 

innumerable cups of 

coffee before that 8 o'clock class? 

Did you ever get around to 
finding out what that rock is doing 
out by the Administration Building? Or 
why that huge yellow flag is 
flying only sometimes? Did you 
ever see the Japanese Gardens or 
attend a Coffee Concert at noon? 

It's too late now. You're a college 
graduate and must leave us -to enter 
the real world. 



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On January 1, 1968, CharlesJ. Hitch 
assumed his new position as president 
of the University of California. Hitch 
had previously been the UC vice- 
president for administration when 
he was unanimously elected by the 
Board of Regents as successor to 
Clark Kerr. 





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In taking over his office, Hitch con- 
tinues the decentralization policies 
begun by Kerr. "I am a great believer 
in the autonomy of the various cam- 
puses and the concept of decentrali- 
zation," he said. 

"University autonomy, like freedom, 
is something you have to fight for all 
the time. It's always in danger. If 
you find a university that is not 
striking some sparks, you can assume 
that it is dead." 



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Mrs. Edward Heller Harry Wellman 



Edward Carter 



Frederick Dutton 



Philip Boyd 




Norton Simon 



Einar Mohn 



DeWittHiggs 




William Coblentz 



William Roth 



John Canaday 



Edwin Pauley 



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Mrs. Dorothy Chandler 




H.R. Haldeman 



William Forbes 



Allan Grant 




Theodore Meyer 



Ronald Reagan 




Board 
of Regents 

The Board of Regents is designated 
in the California State Constitution 
as the governing body of the University 
of California. Sixteen of the twenty- 
four members are appointed by the 
Governor for sixteen year terms- thus 
removing these members from poli- 
tical pressure. The remaining eight 
members are ex officio and sit on the 
Board by virtue of an elective position 
they hold. 

The location of the monthly meetings 
is rotated among the several DC cam- 
puses. The Regents discuss and 
vote upon reports dealing with all 
segments of the University's opera- 
tion: statewide organization, fmancial 
operations, campus autonomy, student 
political activities and University admi- 
nistrators. 



While the Regents hold ultimate authori- 
ty within the University structure, 
that authority depends in practice 
on the information given them by two 
sources: the statewide academic 
senate and the President's office. 



109 



Laurence Kennedy, Jr. 



Robert Finch Jesse Unruh Mrs. Randolph Hearst 





Chancellor 

Ending his eight year stay at UCLA 
this year is Chancellor Franklin D. 
Murphy. During his long term here, 
Murphy has been known amongst ; 
the Regents and administrators as 
running a "tight ship", unplagued by 
the political problems which have 
created a rapid administrative turn 
over at Berkeley. 

Since Murphy first came to this cam- 
pus in 1960, UCLA has gained recogni- 
tion as one of the nation's most dis- 
tinguished universities. The campus 
has grown in both enrollment and 
physical stature, and the chancellor's 
"marketplace of ideas" now has be- 
come a supermarket. 

Athletics, too, have gained national 
prominence under Murphy's vigorous 
enthusiasm, as UCLA has produced 
several national championship teams, 
most notably in track and basketball. 

There is no doubt that the chancellor 
has left his mark in developing the 
current personality of the campus. 
Once he has left it is hoped that the 
"meaningful dialogue", Murphy's 
signature in dealing with students, 
will not be lost. 



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Vice-Chancellor 

Educational Planning and Programs 



Charles E, Young 
Administrative Vice-Chancellor 





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Vice-Chancellor- Academic Affairs 



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James W. Hobson 
Vice-Chancellor 
Business and Finance 




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Administrative Officers 




William T. Puckett 
Registrar 



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Dean of Foreign Students 



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Name the most successful team in 
UCU\ athletic history. Basketball? 
Football? Wrong. Would you believe 
water polo? So powerful is this UCU\ 
team that the winning streak is talked of 
in number of years rather than games. 
It has been over three years (and 47 
games) since Coach Bob Horn'saquamen 
have lost. The 1967 team added on 
fourteen big ones to the mounting pile 
of victories. They won theirfourth straight 
AAWU championship. And for toppers 
they were voted the nation's number one 
team by theAmerican Swimming Coaches 
Association for the third consecutive 
year. 

UCLA's domination of intercollegiate 
water polo continues. Is there no end in 
sight? Hopefully not. 



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Bottom row: John Montrella, Stan Cole, 
Russ Webb. Second row: Bob Teele, 
Coach Horn, Ken Smith, Jim Slatton, 
Bruce Bradley, Tom Omdahl, Dennis 
Moonier. Top row; Chuck Bergman, Steve 
Fletcher, Dale Thomson, Dave Follette, 
Doug Anderson, Jim DeLacy, Jim Kauff- 
man, Garrett Whittkopp, Roger Siegal. 







The 1967 season began on a shaky note 
-the Bruins beat SC by only one point. 
The next day in Santa Barbara, the 
Bruins attoned for their ways by beating 
Cal Poly by twenty-one goals and UC 
Santa Barbara by twelve. The AAWU 
Conference race wasn't one at all. There 
was no significant competition until 
UCIJ\ traveled to Palo Alto. Stanford's 
Indians almost pulled off the biggest 
water polo upset of all time when they 
jumped to a strong 4-0 lead. The Bruins 
huddled with their coach and went to 
work. Stan Cole, a threeyear Ail-American 
and UCLA's record holder, lead the 
charge as the Bruins came back to win 
8-7. The season ended on a harmonious 
note as SC drowned 8-3. 



Four other Bruins made theAII-American 
Team: forward Russ Webb, Capt. Ken 
Smith, Goalie Jim Slatton, and forward 
Bruce Bradley. 



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UCLA 

Football 

1967 




UCLA Records Set 

Pass Completions- One Game 17 
Total Offense -One Game 333 Yds. 
Touchdowns Scored - One Game (tie) 3 
Total Offense -Season 2073 Yds. 
Yards Passing -Season 1483 Yds. 
Touchdowns Scored -Season 14 
Total Offense -Career 5358 Yds.* 

♦includes 1966 Rose Bowl 



Most Yards Passing - Career 4087 
Most Passes Attempted - Career 465 
Most Passes Completed - Career 243 
Most Touchdowns -Career 35 
Most Points Scored - Career 214 
Touchdowns Responsible For -Career 58 

. . . With a little help from his friends. 



You don't play to win trophies, you play to win games." 

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Offense 



No. 


Name 


Pos 


16 


Gary Beban 


QB 


18 


Bill Bolden 


QB 


22 


Harold Busby 


RH 


33 


Rick Purdy 


FB 


36 


MikeGarratt 


LH 


38 


Steve Stanley 


FB 


39 


Steve Price 


LH 


43 


Greg Jones 


LH 


45 


Paul Derflinger 


LH 


51 


Zenon Andrusyshyn 


PK 


56 


John Erquiaga 


C 


58 


Jim Oliver 


C 


63 


Ken Bajema 


LG 


67 


Dennis Alumbaugh 


LG 


68 


Dennis Murphy 


RG 


69 


Rick Perttula 


RG 


70 


Tory Matheson 


LT 


71 


Wayne King 


RT 


75 


Mike Arnold 


RT 


77 


Larry Slagle(Co-Cpt.) 


RT 


79 


Gordon Bosserman 


LT 


85 


George Farmer 


RH 


86 


Gwen Cooper 


RE 


87 


Rich Spindler 


RE 


88 


Ron Copeland 


LE 


89 


DaveNuttall 


LE 



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Pos. 


20 


Andy Herrera 


RH 


21 


Sandy Green 


S 


23 


Lynn Hindshaw 


LH 


25 


Paul Goodrich 


S 


26 


Mark Gustafson 


LH 


28 


Gary Bernstein 


RH 


50 


Don Manning 


RLB 


55 


Don Widmar 


LLB 


57 


Mike Ballou 


LLB 


60 


Bruce Jorgens 


RT 


61 


Vince Bischof 


LT 


62 


Alan Claman 


RT 


64 


Dan Johnston 


LG 


65 


Hal Griffin 


LT 


72 


Larry Agajanian 


LG 


73 


Tony Steponovich 


LG 


74 


Floyd Reese 


RG 


76 


Willie Smith 


RG 


80 


VicLepisto(Co-Cpt.) 


LE 


82 


Wade Pearson 


RLB 


90 


Lee McElroy 


LE 


91 


Kim Griffith 


RE 


92 


Steve Smalley 


RE 



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Back Row: John Jardine-offensive line, Lew Stueck- 
assistant coach, Tommy Prothro- head coach, Jim 
Camp - offensive backs and ends. Bob McKittrick - 
defensive ends and linebackers. 

Front Row: Ron Siegrist- offensive line, Tony Kopay- 
defensive backs, Jerry Long - defensive line, John 
Farrell- assistant coach, J imColletto- freshman coach. 



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Tommy Prothro is not a man who easily 
gets angry or excited. But way back in 
1965 when his Rose Bowl bound team 
lost a disputed 37-35 game to the Ten- 
nessee Volunteers, Tommy Prothro got 
very angry and very excited. The 1967 — 
season schedule was headed by a much 
the same Tennessee team. The Bruin 
coach had said he wanted this one more 
than anything. This game you don't 
Volunteer for. But strangely the Bruins 
needed to be jolted before exerting them- 
selves. For the first two times a Bruin 
touched the football he fumbled it and 
Tennessee soon had two touchdowns. 
Finally with a good steady running attack 
consisting of sophomore Greg Jones and 
junior Rick Purdy, the Bruins started to 
come back. But time was running out. 
The Bruins had a fourth down-one-to-go 
situation in Tennessee territory with only 
4:10 left. Gary Beban, known for his past 
miracles, took the bail wide on a sweep, 
cut back to his left, and f utilely pursued 
by half the Tennessee team, galloped 
joyously into the end zone. Final score 
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Three weekends, 
6300 miles, 
108 points, 
and three victories 



Taking the show on the road for three 
consecutive weekends, the Bruins toyed 
with two weak opponents, Washington 
State 51-23 and Pittsburg 40-8, and 
held offtheEast'sstrongestinPenn State 
17-15 (not pictured). The Washington 
State Cougars had been off the UCLA 
schedule for seven years since the old 
Pacific Coast Conference break-up, and 
the Bruins quickly discovered they had 
been missing a good thing. 

The Pitt Panthers did a lot of clawing 
but couldn't catch the running Bruins, 
the best of whom was Greg Jones. 





One eastern trip a season isan experience, 
but two is an ordeal. The Bruins simply 
wore out their welcome in Pennsylvania. 
Despite a heavy down pour of boos from 
their ungrateful hosts, the Bruins suc- 
ceeded in a late fourth quarter comefrom 
behind touchdown drive. Beban was 
again the hero. The first Bruin TD was 
not as heartthrobbingbutthetimingwas 
good as Vic Lepisto blocked a Penn State 
punt so that his teammate, Hal Griffin, 
could recover it for the score. 




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Playing football with the Cal Bears is like 
wrestling with your sister -you know who 
will win. A 37-14 win to be exact. The 
Bruins have done better but they have 
also done worse. Passing was the big 
weapon as Beban twice threw to split 
end Dave Nuttall, and sub quarterback 
Bill Bolden, who didn't get into the game 
until late, found just enough time (20 
seconds to go) to hit Mike Garratt for 
another. Fullback Rick Purdy, who must 
be a good sister wrestler, destroyed the 
Cal defense while averaging six yards 
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The trip north this year, as in every year, 
is a weekend of parties, drinking. North 
Beach, drinking, and, oh yes, a victory 
over either Stanford or Berkeley. This time 
it was Stanford's turn 21-15. But some- 
how, someone forgot to tell the Indians. 
They almost didn't lose as they were sup- 
posed to. The Bruins were in the frightful 
position of having to watch Stanford fail 
with last second passes into and out of 
the end zone. Thethree UCLATD's 
proved just enough: Mike Garratt elbowed 
his way for the first, and for the other 
two Gary Beban fooled not only Stanford, 
but his teammates as he twice faked the 
ball to fullback Rick Purdy and scampered 
home with the ball and twelve points. 



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On Monday Coach Prothro predicted that 
neither UCLA nor USC would have a 
perfect record when they met. By Satur- 
day, the prediction came true. Oregon 
State tied up the Bruins' offense and 
displayed a powerful one of their own. 
Nevertheless, the Bruins kept the lead 
throughout most of the game because of 
Zenon Andrusyshyn's three field goals 
including a record-breaking 52 yarder. 
But the Beavers kicked a tying field goal 
with just 1:14 remaining. TheBruinstook 
the kick off and hurriedly blitzed into 
Beaver country. Another Beban miracle? 
Twelve seconds left. Time out. Time for a 
winning field goal. The public address 
system blared its message, "and here 
comes Andrusyshyn!" 

In the somber UCLA dressing room, 
Prothro issued another statement which 
also proved to be prophetic. "The field 
goal attempt didn't get much height . . . 
and if it doesn't get up too high, it's 
going to be blocked." 








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"Remember last year" cried a Bruin from 
the sideline to his teammates on the 
field, "Make 'em pay!" And indeed they 
did as the Washington Huskies were 
crushed 48-0 on the sunny and dry 
Coliseum turf. Last year UCLA suffered 
its only loss in Seattle, in a game that 
could have passed for a swim meet, but 
this was an altogether different season. 
Washington coach Jim Owens described 
The game, "That first play shocked us 
and we never did recover." That first play 
was a 59-yard Gary Beban to Ron Cope- 
land bomb. After three minutes the score 
was 7-0. After six it was 14-0. At half 
time the scoreboard flashed "UCLA 40- 
Washington 0." Though Beban had his 
best offensive day as a Bruin, with 333 
yards, the defensive unit not once allowed 
the Huskies past midfield as Floyd Reese 
and Mike Ballou consistently made 
tackles in the Washington backfield. After 
the outcome was no longer in doubt, Bruin 
fans and players alike turned their 
attention to the radio broadcast of the 
USC-Oregon State game. 
"WE'RE NUMBER ONE!" roared thefans 
as SC's defeat was announced. But 
everyone knew it wouldn't last if UCLA 
failed to win the biggest game ever just 
seven days away. 



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indicated. A twelve yard run by Greg 
Jones, a 53 yard pass to George Farmer, 
and a 20yarder to Dave Nuttall -twenty 
points. One more and it's Happy New 
Year in Pasadena. Where did it go? An 
intercepted pass, two blocked field goals, 
and of all things, a missed extra point. 
For a touch of tragedy, recall the bruised 
ribs of Gary Beban and those painful, 
desperate last moments. For the Trojan 
fans recall two electrifying runs by O.J. 
Simpson. For 90,000 plus in the Coliseum 
and millions of TV spectators a remem- 
berence of this game as one of the mile- 
stones in college football history. 







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The game was advertised as the decider 
for the conference championship, the 
national championship, the Heisman 
Trophy, and most important of all, the 
Los Angeles City championship. UCLA 
salvaged not only the Heisman award for 
its heroic quarterback, but a stadium 
full of pride for its entire team. Losing to 
Number One by merely one is nothing 
to be ashamed of. But Bruin fans will 
be saying "Only if ... " for a long time 
to come. 



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Syracuse -- 

one game too many 





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When the UCLA football players trotted 
out of the tunnel that Saturday afternoon, 
the day they were to play (Who was it?) 
Syracuse, each one of them must have 
privately said to himself, "What am I 
doing here? The season is over." This 
was supposed to be Gary Beban and 
the rest of the Bruin seniors' send off. 
One final moment of glory. It wasn't to 
be. Syracuse, led by All-American fullback 
Larry Csonka and a quarterback named 
Rick Cassata, ponderously, yet effort- 
lessly crushed the spiritless Bruins. The 
score was 35-14. So inept was the Bruin 
offense that coach Prothro substituted 
quarterback Bolden for quarterback 
Beban who spent the remainder of his 
UCLA career on the bench accompanied 
only by the injured All-American line- 
backer, Don Manning. Bolden's passing 
was about the only bright spot on a 
very dark day. One pass was a 97 yard 
super-bomb to Ron Copeland. But on 
the longest day of the season it was 
Syracuse which had the last laugh. They 
scored a touchdown on the final play 
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"Happiness is Rugby" proclaimed the 
flashy green bumperstickers seen 
sticking to bumpers around campus 
this year. By the end of the season, 
"Frustration is Rugby" would have 
been more appropriate. When Coach 
Dennis Storer's seven man and fifteen 
man sides (teams) roared to 
twenty-three straight wins, all was 
happiness. After two narrow defeats 
to Stanford and Long Beach, the mood 
began to change. The low point came 
when UCLA's exciting and technically 
proficient side battled USC's 
conservative eleven and lost 14-6 in 
the final minutes. Bouncing back 
momentarily, the Bruins exploded for 
a 26-14 win over Pomona College. 
However, what could have been sweet 
revenge for the ruggers at the Monterey 
Tournament turned into anguish. A 
semi-finals 10-9 loss to Tournament 
Champion Stanford again in the closing 
moments was exceptionally 
disappointing, UCLA finishing 
fourth. 

But overshadowing six losses were the 
Bruins' twenty-nine wins. Coach 
Storer, who was voted Pacific Coast 
Conference Coach of the Year named 
David Olsen, Ron Nisbet, Doug Purdy, 
John Gilpin, Vic Lepisto and the hookers 
Mike Coyle and Gordon Moir as 
responsible for UCLA's most successful 
rugby season. 



Rugby 




Handicapped by a lack of returning 
lettermen, Coach Jim Colletto's 
Brubabes succeeded in winningly 
only one of their four games. A more 
plausible explanation for the poor 
season is the fact that the freshmen 
concentrate their practices on 
fundamentals, individual improvement, 
and impersonating the varisty's 
opponents. Since there was little time 
left to work on team coordination, the 
freshmen went into the Cal game 
armed with a repetoire of merely six 
plays. The score? 39-0. 
Against Stanford, at Palo Alto, the 
Brubabes showed much improvement 
in a tough 21-20 defeat. Fullback Don 
Manning was the leading UCLA ball 
carrier against the Papooses with 131 
yard. In the next game quarterback 
Rick Pope scored two touchdowns as 
the Brubabes beat UC Santa Barbara 
13-0. The final game was a loss to SC 
in the coliseum. 

Among theother Brubabes who 
showed promise were quarterback 
John Murphy, halfbacks Greg Sims 
and Jim Coleman, and injury ridden 
fullback Mickey Cureton. 

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Coach Dave Hollinger is a modest man. 
He is proud of his team's 9-5 record 
and does not complain much about the 
losses, even though they were at the 
hands of the nation's top teams, 
Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Cal Poly 
at San Luis Obispo. Nor does Coach 
Hollinger dwell on the Bruins' one point 
losses. Instead, he points out that his 
grapplers finished the 1967 season 
second in the conference and thirteenth 
in the naton, the best ever for UCLA. 
The top Bruin, little Sergio Gonzales, 
advanced to the NCAA finals in the 1 15 
lb. class losing only to the champion. 
John Hahn and Rick Whittington took 
firsts in the conference tournament and 
Ron Vallance and Gonzales won second 
place standing. 

With only two seniors, Whittington and 
heavyweight Kurt Sachau, on his squad, 
plus a strong freshman team, it will be 
hard for Coach Hollinger to remain 
modest next season. 



Cross Country 



Handicapped by numerous injuries, 
Jim Bustn's skeleton cross country 
team failed to win a single conference 
meet. With only four healthy runners at 
any one time, the Bruins were unable to 
place enough of them for wins. 
Although the Bruins won only their 
initial practice meet with Fullerton, 
individual performances stood out in 
the otherwise bleak season. Number 
one man Rick Romero was the fastest 
Bruin taking a first against Stanford and 
a second versus USC. 
In theAII-Cal meet, George Husaruk 
finished second while breaking the UC 
San Diego course record previously 
held by Olympics champion Billy Mills. 
Bruins Dan Preston and Jim Duarte 
improved greatly during the season 
and provided hope for better, next 
season. 








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Soccer 



As of the tenth of September, 1957, 
the UCLA soccer team had no players. 
On the twenty-third of the month an 
embryonic body of soccer-playing UCLA 
students defeated a team from Cal Poly 
Pomona 5-1, thus initiating NCAA 
soccer at UCLA. 

This achievement would be amazing 
enough even if the team had a so-so 
record, but the Bruins won thirteen out 
of fourteen matches and just missed 
getting the NCAA National 
Championship! No wonder Dennis 
Storer - who doubles as rugby coach - 
won Coach of the Year honors. Storer, 
with much help from Captain Roberto 
Cano and Juan Englesen, attracted 
twenty-nine players representing 
twenty-one nationalities and molded 
this mixture of backgrounds and styles 
into an exceptionally well balanced team. 

Taking advantage of his material, 
Storer employed an unorthodox but 
potent double forward attack, led by 
high scorers Bernard Qkoyeand Tony 
Nemer. Frank Marshall and Luis Ortiz 
added strength at forward for the 
Bruins whose only loss was to USF 1-0 
in the NCAA finals. 



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Sutherland, Neville Saner. Top row: a friend, Lew Alcindor, Lucius Allen, 
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The Fabulous Fantastic Five 



Lew Alcindor-jr. center, All-American 





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Rick Mount, who had been popping 
them in from outside all night, stood at 
the free throw line. The score was tied 
71 all and he had two shots coming. 
There were seven seconds left in the 
game as the first shot rolled off the rim. 
As 14,000 Purdue fans roared their 
encouragement, the second hit the rim 
and Lew Alcindor gobbled it up for the 
frantic UCLA Bruins. Six seconds. . .five 
. . .Mike Warren got the clear-out pass 
from Lew. . .four. . .a quick dribble and 
a pass. . .three. . .to Bill Sweek thirty 
feet away from the goal . . .two. . .SWISH! 




Thus began the season or the collegiate 
basketball team that will be remembered 
as one of - if not the - greatest of all 
time. The best of all time? Did this team 
go undefeated? No. Did it win Coach or 
Player of the Year awards? No. How then 
the greatest, most impressive, awesome, 
etc. etc. etc.? 




Jerry Norman - asst. coach 



Simply because by the end of the 
season it became apparent to basketball 
"affecionados" that the 1967-58 Bruins 
could be as good as they wanted to be. 
And when the goal was high - a 
revenge duel or a tournament 
championship - no one could come 
close. No matter who they were. 
Often times UCLA played poorly and 
barely won. 73-71 over Purdue. 
84-77 to top Boston College. A 
55-52 thriller at Oregon State. All of 
these victories come on the road where 
everything from rooters to referees is 
against you. And in all these games - 
but one - the Bruins walked off with 
the victory. 

Fast breaking, pressing, dead-eye 
shooting, the Bruins literally ran most 
opponents off the court. To Bruin fans 
the awaited moment was known as the 
blitz, to the opposition it was as 
inevitable and welcome as death itself. 
Just ask the coaches of SC, California, 
Notre Dame, Stanford, Houston. On 
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Lynn fakes right, fakes a pass, whirls 
to his left, and from high above the 
court and the rest of the players he 
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is on as the opposing guard attempts 
to inbound the pass. Struggling to get 
around super quick Lucius Allen and 
Mike Warren the helpless guard throws 
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only to have a hastily taken shot slapped 
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stops at his favorite spot - the top of 
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Or if covered, guard Mike spots guard 
Lucius who cannot be covered. 

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Rematch and Revenge 

These two words were carried in the 
back of the mind of every Bruin player 
and rooter alike, growing in proportion 
as the NCAA tournament approached. 
The press was most inappreciative (and 
it can now be told) innaccurate in 
awarding Number One team coach and 
player to another school. UCLA has met 
its match, they said. The Bruins are 
through. 



In Albequerquethe Bruins played well 
enough to prove they were not through, 
beating psyched-up New Mexico State 
58-49 and psyched-out Santa Clara 
87-66. The rematch had been 
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ever seen," drawled Houston coach Guy 
Lewis. His previously undefeated 
Cougars, number one in the polls, had 
just been caught, caged, and chopped 
up into little bits of soft fur by the 
almighty Bruins. Revenge at 101-69. 
And it could have been worse. 
Unleashing an attack so devastating and 
so perfectly balanced, UCLA proved who 
was really Number One All five starters 
scored in double figures as if they had 
taken turns shooting and scoring, which 
they did. The big story was defense, as 
Coach Wooden's custom-made 
"diamond and one" so harrassed 
Houston that they could only score on 
28% of their shots. And the Big E 
Elvin Hayes discovered what it's like 
to play basketball with a shadow, Lynn 
Shackelford by name. Now, Little E by 
name. "We wanted to teach some people 
some manners," said Lucius Allen after 
the game. Everyone was a believer now. 
"We had Lew at full strength and we 
played them in the Sports Arena, not 
Houston," said a gracious John Wooden. 
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In the Championship game the 
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exactly as their name implies -stucl^ 
to the floor. A slower game than the 
previous night, but the LA fans loved 
it nonetheless. The score was an 
irrelevant 78-55. UCLA was crowned 
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The classified ad in the Daily Bruin read 
"Any freshman interested in trying out 
for basketball meet in the Men's Gym at 
3 p.m. today." Recruiting? Hardly. 
Pleading is a better word. Only City 
Player of the Year Curtis Rowe was on 
scholarship, but Coach Gary 
Cunningham landed seven volunteers 
and somehow molded this group into 
one of the best freshman basketball 
teams in UCLA history, with a 19-0 
record that puts them in great company. 
The highlight of the season came on the 
final night when the SC frosh were 
defeated 6 l-6QLbi/.aiast- second shot. 





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The 1968 season began with 
equal parts of hope and despair. 
Hope, because of the many 
outstanding returning lettermen 
and junior college transfers. 
Despair, because after only three 
weeks of competition, Coach Jim 
Bush's athletes had suffered a 
season's worth of injuries. The 
talent was there-enough perhaps 
for a conference championship and 
a high placing nationally-butthere 
was doubt that the Bruins were 
going to be healthy in time. 

UCLA's best were almost certain to 
be point winners in the big 
conference and national meets, 
and there was a handful of 
Olympic contenders. 





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Rick Sloan 16'8" 



Discus: 
KirkWassel 182'3" 




440 yards: 

Len Van Hofwegen 47.1 

Don Domansky 46.1 



Steve Marcus 52'6y2' 



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Harold Busby 9.4 

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Has success spoiled Art Shurlock? His 
gymnasts' dual meet record was a "so-so" 
5-3, disappointing to the Bruin coach. "We 
just didn't live up to our potential," was 
his explanation for a fourth place conference 
finish, although only one point separated 
UCLA from number two Washington. 
It was that close. Not as close was the Bruins' 
championship of the UCLA Invitational 
Tournament which featured a victory over 
the NCAA champ-to-be California. 
Shurlock's team, led by Olympic intender 
Kanati Allen, Micky Chaplan, Ken Sakoda, and 
Larry and Sandy Bassit, had the potential 
to be great but . . . that old adage "Wait 
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The starter raised his gun, and the shot 
reverberated inside of Dartmouth's pool 
stadium which was the site of the 1968 NCAA 
swimming tournament. The event was the 
grueling 1650-yard freestyle-the liquid mile. 
Mike Burton of UCLA was the favorite, and he 
quickly proved why. The echo of the starter's 
gun had hardly died when the crowd realized 
that Burton was freestyling through the water 
at a world record pace. The roaring crowd was 
thrilled beyond belief when the time was 
announced: Burton had broken the 16-minute 
barrier by six-tenths of a second--the fastest 
race ever. 

Earlier in the tournament. Bruin Zac Zorn had 
furiously fought his way through a field of the 
nation's best 100-yard sprinters in the record 
time of 45.4. Zorn, eager for his share of the 
fame, torpedoed to another first in the50-yard 
freestyle. Although Coach Bob Horn's team 
finished only eighth in the NCAA meet, they 
provided much of the excitement for the 
eastern crowd. 

The dual meet season too was not without 
thrills. In the big meets with Stanford and 
use, the Bruins lost but by tight scores, 
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Tennis is at least 50 per cent psychology. A 
good player who is "up" can beat a much 
better player who isn't. This is what 
happened when UCLA's confident Roy Barth 
beat use's cautious Bob Lutz in the Bruin's 
6-3 upset win over the previously undefeated 
Trojans. The Bruin's overall depth carried 
them to a perfect mid-season 9-0 team 
record. Remaining undefeated in team meets 
was on Coach Glenn Basset's mind although 
there was another match with the Trojans 
coming up. But the Bruins weren't the 
betting favorites. A large part of the hope for 
an undefeated season, a conference 
championship, and a high national finish 
rested on the forearms of ffl Bruin Gary Rose 
and ff2 Barth. Another large part rested on 
their minds. 




Front row: John Houghton, Ed Grubb, Ron 
Bohrnstead,Tom Karp. Back row; Coach Glenn 
Basset, Roy Barth, Steve Tidball, Gary Rose. 



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Would the 1968 Pacific-Eight Conference 
pennant finally fly from a UCLA flag pole at 
the end of the season? "I'm as steamed up 
this year as I've ever been," beamed Coach 
Art Reichle, "I think we're going to win." 

UCLA proved it could win by whomping 23 
opponents in 32 pre-conference games. 
Not famed for their speed, the Bruins were 
winning games on rip-snorting hitting 
and precision pitching. Steve Runk, Gary 
Sanerino, and Steve Shed were doing most of 
the ripping with a .350 Batting average. And 
Sanerino was leading the nation's collegians 
with eight home runs. If Pitchers Alan Hoops 
and Guy Hansen were putting notches in 
their games for each game won, the odds were 
that by the end of the season they would be 
playing barehanded. Their combined 
"exhibition game" record was an outstanding 
12-2. 

Maybe that pennant would fly over a UCLA 
baseball diamond after all. A bigger problem 
was getting the diamond-UCLA is the only 
major college in the United States without an 
on-campus ball field. 



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Golf 



Vic Kelly's golf squad enjoyed some good 
individual matches, but the team play was 
inconsistent. UCLA's Don Briggs and co- 
captain Larry Benson finished one-two in the 
All-Cal tournament as the Bruins won the 
team honors. In an ironic turn of events, 
co-captain Brad Lozares had his best day 
shooting for a score of 217 to place third in 
the Fresno State Classic, buttheteamfinished 
last out of a field of eight. On the final, windy 
day of theWestern I ntercollegiate Tournament, 
the UCLA golfers had the best team score to 
finish in sixth place out of 27. And in the dual 
match against USC, the Bruins lost 29-25 
literally on blind chance as a Trojan somehow 
found the cup in the dark. 







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"It's the deepest team we've ever had," said 
Coach Al Scates almost regretfully as he 
tried every combination of players to get a 
starting six. With only two standout 
volleyballers, All-American Andy Banachowski 
and Olympic hopeful MikeAllio, but with a 
hoard of good ones, Scates wasn't getting 
much sympathy from opposing coaches. The 
Bruins won two of their first three matches 
and were anticipating championship efforts in 
the NCAA Far Western and National 
Tournaments. "We should do no worse than 
third in the Nationals," said the quietly 
confident coach. And why not? Since 1963, 
UCLA has come in first twice and second the 
other three times. 







First row: Mike Allio, Mike Ryan, Dale Eicks, Chris Lee, 
George Conkey, Mike McCann, Steve Fritzen, Eddie Machado. 
Second row: Richard Rayburn, Bruce Herring, Pat Donahue, 
Den Strausse, Stan Gordon, Pat Ryan, Mike Madison, Bob 
Thompson, Bob Leyden, Coach Allen Scates. 



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Last year's crew won Western Intercollegiate 
Sprints for the first time and took ninth 
place in the Intercollegiate RowingAssociation 
race. This year's crew team inherited a big 
shell to fill. 

Coach John Bisset was optimistic. "I think 
we can finish in the top four or five in 
the nation." I n their first race the Bruins were 
pressed by Loyola and set the La Ballona 
course record at six minutes even. The 
following week the Bruins were upset by a 
greatly improved Loyola boat-the UCLA's 
first regular season upset loss since 1966. 
Coach Bisset had been experimenting with a 
different style of rowing-new to the UCLA 
crew. If the stroke position is settled between 
Eric Johnson and Butch Pope, the remainder 
of the season looked bright though 
challenging. Last year's oarsmen Craig 
Bleeker, Walt Brennan, Richard Love, Carl 
Marscellas, Pat Moran, and Robert Newan had 
set high standards. But these lettermen also 
madeup thecrewof the 1968 boat. 



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in the march race of the year the pressure 
was on. Meeting the challenge the UCLA 
boat swamped the Bears by almost three 
lengths. It looked like another great year for 
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ANSON, APRIL 

Los Angeles 
French 

Mortar Board, Pres. 
Regents Scholar 
Varsity Song Girl 
Bruin Belles 
UniCamp Board 
Pi Delta Phi 
CalClub 




ARES, ANITA 
Los Angeles 
Spanish 

Prytaneans, Pres. 
Bruin Belles 
AWS, Sec.-Treas. 
Bruinettes, Hist. 
Sophomore Sweethearts, Sec. 




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Redwood City 
History 

1968 HeismanTrophyWinner 
All-American Quarterback 
Varsity Quarterback, 3 yrs. 
Established 13 UCLA Records 
Dolly Cohen Scholarship 
Award 

All-AAWU Quarterback 
All-Coast Quarterback 




CARRJUDY 

Downey 
Political Science 
Rieber Hall House Advisor 
Diana House, Sproul Hall, Pres. 
UniCamp Counselor, Board 
American Field Service Bus 
Chaperone 
Honors Program 
Sophomore Sweethearts 



CHANTER, SUE 

Los Angeles 
Physical Education 
Chi Omega 
Panhellenic, Pres. 
Prytaneans 
Women's Golf Team 
Bruinettes 
AWS President's Board 



DAVIS, ROSALIND 

Los Angeles 
Anthropology 

Daily Bruin, Associate Editor 
Washington Internship 
Program, Co-Chairman 
CalClub 




DEUTSCH,RON 

Student Conduct Comm. 
Sproul Hall Judicial Board 
Administrator 
Inter-Residence Hall 
Judicial Board Chairman 
Titan House, Sproul Hall, Pres. 

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GORMLY, FAY 

Gilroy 
English 
CalClub 
Mortar Board 

Teen Opportunities Program, 
Chmn. 

Hedrick Hall Commissioner 
Prytaneans 



GRIDER, DALLAS 

Arvin 
Geography 

Football, 2 year letterman 
Alumni Award for Highest 
Scholarship of Senior Player 
Dean's List 

1965 Rookie of the Year 
All-Conference Team 



GRUNFELD. AARON 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
Associated Students 
Speakers Program, Chmn. 
Washington Internship 
Program, Chm. 
Sacramento Internship 
Program, Founding Chmn. 
Order of the Golden Bruin 
Blue Key 
Board of Control 



HARBOTTLE, LESLIE 

Topsfield, Mass. 
English 
Project India 
Spring Sing 
Mortar Board 
Westwood House 
Prytaneans 



HARRIS, LAURIE 

Beverly Hills 
Political Science 
AWS, Pres. 
UniCamp Board 
Washington Internship 
Program 
Bruin Belles 
Spurs, Pres. 
UniPrep, Chmn. 




HIETBRINK, JAMES 

North Hollywood 
Systems Engineering 
Sigma Nu 

Finance Committee Chmn. 
Academic Senate Rep. 
Tau Beta Pi 
Blue Key 



MICICVERA 
Los Angeles 
Art 

CalClub 

Women's Week, Chmn. 
AWS, Vice Pres. 
Sophomore Sweethearts, Pres. 
AWS Woman of the Month 
Mardi Gras Exec. Comm. 



PHILIPS, GALE 

Long Beach 
Geography 

Gamma Phi Beta, Pres. 
Mortar Board, Vice Pres. 
AWS Woman of the Month 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Pres. 
Prytaneans, Vice Pres. 
Bruinettes 



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PINNELL, PAMEU\ 

Los Angeles 
Spanish 
Delta Gamma 
Honors Program 
Prytaneans 
Mortar Board 
CalClub 
Departmental Scholar 



ROTH, STEPHANA 

Red lands 
English 

Gamma Phi Beta 
Mortar Board 
UniCamp Board 
Daily Bruin 
News, Campus Editor 
Graduated Cum Laude 



SHAFTEL, TIMOTHY 

Tustin 
Information Systems Engin. 
Himalaya House, Pres., Sec. 
Tau Beta Pi 

All-Dorm Championship 
Teams, Football, Vollyball, 
Basketball 
Engineering Society 
Mardi Gras 
Spring Sing 
Blood Drive 




STAHL, VIRGINIA 
West Los Angeles 
Political Science 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Bruin Belles 
Spring Sing, Chmn. 
Finance Comm. 
Homecoming Exec. Comm. 
Spring Sing Exec. Comm., 
VIPChmn. 



STANDRIDGE, LINDA 

Monterey Park 
Individual Field 
of Concentration 
tsf: Cal State at LA 
L& S Honors Program 
Chimes 

Pre- Legal Society, Founder 
Senior Class, Pres. 



STENEN, DIANA 

Brea 
Psychology 
Delta Gamma 
Bruin Belles, Vice Pres. 
Mortar Board 
Dean's List 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Prytaneans 
Chimes 
Spurs 



TINBERG, HAROLD 

Los Angeles 
Zoology 

LIFE, Organization of 
Undergraduates in the 
Life Sciences, 
Founder and Pres. 



WARREN, MIKE 

South Bend, Ind. 
Theater Arts 
Varsity Basketball, 3 yrs. 
Basketball Capt., '67-'68 
Ail-American 
Honorable Mention 
Academic Ail-American Team 
All-Conference 



VERNON, ROBERT 

Los Angeles 
Anthropology 
UCLAmigos, Chmn. 
UniCamp Counselor 
UniCamp Board 
Commissioner of 
Community Service 



VICTOR, LISA 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
English 

Freshman Class, Pres. 
ASUCU\ 1st Vice Pres. 
Project India 
Bruin Belies 
Prytaneans 




WEBB, RUSSELL 

Yorba Linda 
Chemistry 
Phi Kappa Psi, 
Pres, Vice Pres 
I FC, Vice Pres. 
Blue Key 
Kelps 

All-American Swimming 
Ail-American Water Polo 



Sec. 
Judicial Rep. 



ZIMMERMAN, KURT 

Redlands 
Astronautical Engineering 
Varsity Football 
Tau Beta Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Himalaya House 



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I/*H* » 




The most active area studies center on campus 
is located in Social Sciences 10343. Here 
the Latin American Studies people have their 
own graduate and undergraduate degree 
programs, run overseas branches, carry on 
research, and publish -watched over by 
Director J. Wilbert. 

There is an interdisciplinary seminar here, 
and regional research and training centers in 
Brazil, Venezuela, Columbia and Mexico. The 
exchange of academic personnel between 
UCLA and Latin American universities 
originates at the Center. 

Visiting Latin American scholars and students 
are given the red carpet treatment by the 
Center staff. Each year, for example, the 
20 law students from the University of 
Chile (exchanged, temporarily, for 20 from 
the UCLA Law School) are feted royally during 
their two-week stay on campus. 

The Center of Latin American Studies sponsors 
a monograph series, "Latin American Studies," 
in addition to publishing an ever-growing 
number of documentary publications. 




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Latin American Center 

if 





217 



Prof. Johannes Wilbert, Director 




Director P.O. Proehl presides over an office 
forever bustling with frenetic excitement. 
TInere is more to do tlian just administer the 
usual interdisciplinary undergraduate and 
graduate degree programs in African studies. 
There are all those grants and fellowships to 
be awarded to graduate students and faculty 
on all campuses of the University of California 
for research on Africa. And, of course, the 
necessity of keeping up on sources of 
extramural research support. 

If that wasn't enough, the Center sponsors 
an interdisciplinary colloquium each quarter, 
arranges for leading specialists on Africa to 
make appearances on campus, and runs public 
education programs in Africa. 

Peace Corps trainees-about 200 per year- 
bound for Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopa, the Congo, 
are trained here, supervised in part by the 
Center. 

And this year the Center for African Studies 
grabbed a new first-it began publishing a 
bi-lingual magazine on Africa: Art of Africa/ 
Arts d'Afrique. 




Prof. Paul 0. Proehl, Director 



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African Studies Center 






220 




Prof. Gustavevon Grunebaum, Director 





Near Eastern Center 




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Gustave E. von Grunebaum is tine director of 
one of the more exotic area studies centers. 
The term "Near East" is interpreted rather 
broadly at UCIJ\ and includes southwestern 
Asia and North Africa-Pakistan, Turkey, Iran 
and the Sudan as well as the "usual" Middle 
East of the Arab countries and Israel. 

The emphasis is on individual and collaborative 
research by the faculty assisted by graduate 
students in Islamic Studies. There is a real 
cam^raderie-Dr. Andreas Tietze, professor of 
Turkish and chairman of the Department of 
Near Eastern Languages is famous for his 
student-faculty Sunday brunches. 

The Center sponsors several visiting professors 
each term. Experts in anthropology, art, 
history. Near Eastern languages are "imported" 
from universities in Holland, Turkey, Morocco. 

And after all, the Middle East is where the 
action is these days. . . . 




Prof. Andreas Tietze 



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Seniors, College of Letters and Science 




AARONSON, BRIAN AARONSON, EDWARD AARONSON, SUSAN ABRAMS, ROBERT 



Van Nuys 
Economics 
Dean's List 
Intramural Basketball 


Sherman Oaks 
Psychology 


Los Angeles 
English 
Spurs 
Soph. Sweethearts 


Pacific Palisades 
Economics 

tst: Cal Poly at Pomona 
UCLAKarateClub.Pres 


Intramural Football 









ACOSTA. VINCENT 


ADAMS, CAROL 


ADLER, FRANKLIN 


ADLER, RICHARD 


Pico Rivera 


Los Angeles 


Tarzana 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


Sociology 


Political Science 


History 


tsf: East LA Col. 


tst: LACC 


Varsity Basketball 


tsf;SMCC 




Mira Hershey Hall 




Election Review Board 




Residents' Assn. 




Daily Brum 




President 




Pre- legal Society 




General Manager, 








"The Lemming" 








MHH MardiGras 








Chmn.. 1967 






ADRIAN, PATRICIA 


AKAHOSHI, PATRICIA 


AKIRA. DONNA 


ALLEN, BEVERLY 


Syracuse. N.Y. 


Los Angeles 


Pasadena 


Newport Beach 


Theater Arts 


Physical Education 


Bacteriology 


Sociology 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


tsf:SMCC 
Sabers 
Rifle Team 




tsf: Orange Coast Col. 



ALLEN, ELAINE 


ALLEN, JACQUELINE 


ALLEN, ROBERT 


ALLENSTEIN, JULIA 


Orange 


Columbus, Ga. 


Long Beach 


Los Angeles 


Mathematics 


Mathematics 


History 




tsTFullertonJC 


tsf: Lft Harbor Col. 


tsf: Long Beach CC 





ALLISON, RON ALM, ROSEMARY ALMADA, DAVID ALPERN,GARY 

Los Angeles Los Angeles 

History Zoology 

tsf: East LA Col. Alpha Epsiolon Pi 

LIFE 



ALTMAN.MARY 


ALTSHULER, MIKE 


ANDERSON, ELINOR 


ANDERSON, HANS 


Newport Beach 




Los Angeles 


Santa Monica 


Political Science 




Psychology 


Zoology 


tsf: Dominican Col. 






URA Executive 


Kappa Kappa Gamma 






Committee 


Activities Chmn. 








Alpha Tau Omega Little 








Sister 








ANDERSON, 


ANDERSON, PETER 


ANDREWS, 


ANGUS. ALICE ANNE 


PENELOPE 


Los Angeles 


ELIZABETH 


Ventura 


Pacific Palisades 


Political Science, 


Anaheim 


Political Science 


English 


Oriental Languages 


Anthropology 


tsf UC Davis 


Sigma Kappa 




tsf: UC Santa Barbara 




Women's Glee Club 








Tutorial Proiect 








ANNES, 


ANNIGIAN, GREGORY 


ANSON, APRIL 


ARATA, JACQUELINE 


SANDRA MARIE 


West Covina 


Los Angeles 


Fresno 


Highland Park, III 


Political Science 


French 


Social Welfare 


History 


Sigma Pi 


Mortar Board Pres. 


tsf: Fresno Stat^Col. 


tsf: Washington Univ 




Regents Scholar 




Mardi Gras '68 Food 




Varsity Song Girl 




Booth Chmn. 




Brum Belles 
UniCamp Board 
CalClub 
Pi Delta Phi 





ARES, ANITA 


ARMEN, DAVID 


ASHCRAFT, FRED 


AU, ALEXANDER 


Los Angeles 


Woodland Hills 


Las Vegas, Nev. 




Spanish 


History 


Psychology 




Prytaneans, Pres. 


Calif, Col. Republicans, 


Alpha Tau Omega 




Bruin Belles 


Pres. 


Frosh Track 




AWS, Sec.-Treas. 




URA Photo Club 




Bruinettes, Hist. 








Sophomore 








Sweethearts Sec. 








BABOW, CAROLE 


BAILEY, NANCY 


BAKER, FREDERIC 


BAKER, JANET 


San Francisco 


Lakewood 


Garden Grove 


North Hollywood 


English 


Speech 


History 


Psychology 


tsf: Univ. of Colorado 


Alphi Phi 


Theta Xi 


Alpha Chi Omega 




Ahchors Social Chmn. 




Vice Pres. 




Sophomore Sweetheart; 




People- to- People 




Blood Drive, Sec. 




Tutorial Project 




Tutorial Project 




Dean's List 




University Chorus 






BAKER, JERRY 


BANDIERA, MICHAEL 


BANKS, DUKE III 


BARKER, WILLIAM 


Menio Park 


Antioch 


Pasadena 


Detroit, Mich, 


Psychology 


Political Science 


Political Science, 


Economics 


NROTC 


tsf: Diablo Valley Col. 


International Relations 


tsf: Univ. of Conn. 




Calif. Republican 


Rieber Hall Judicial 


Alpha Kappa Psi 




League 


Board 


Univ. of Conn. Student 






Pre-Legal Society 


Body Rep. 



BARRY, DIANE 

Inglewood 
English 
Delta Gamma 
AWS Fashion Board 
One of Ten Best 
Dressed Coeds 



BAUTISTA, ALFRED 

Fairfield 
Psychology 
tsf: Sacramento State 
Col. 



BASS, ANDREA 

Los Angeles 
English 
Chi Delta Pi 



BAXTER, LINDA 

Glendale 
Bacteriology 
Alpha Chi Omega 



Calif. Republican 
League 



BATHO, PAUL 
Los Angeles 
French 
tsf: LACC 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Tutorial Project 



BEARD, BARBARA 

Upland 
Nursing 

tsf: UC Riverside 
Regents Scholar 



BAUCH, CATHLEEN 

Riverside 
English 

tsf: Univ. of Redlands 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Mortar Board 
Prytaneans, Chimes 



BEASLEY, BrrTY 

San Pedro 
History 
tsf: LA Harbor Col. 



BEASLEY, JILL 

Chicago, III. 
Spanish 

Alpha Mu Gamma 
Colloquium Ejcecutive 
Board 



BECK, DANIEL 
San Francisco 
Political Science 
tsf: San Mateo Col. 
Zeta Beta Tau 



BECKER, ALICE 
Los Angeles 



BECNEULOVIDA 

Los Angeles 
SSET 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Tutorial Project 



BEELER,KIRSTEN 


BENES, VICTORIA 


BENIGNO, 


BENNETT, TERRY 


Greenbrae 


Hollywood 


MARGARET 


Panorama City 


Psychology 


Political Science 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 


Campus Crusade 


Senior Committee 


SSET 


Rieber Hall, Advisor 


for Christ 


Newsletter Asst. Ed. 






Oleo Show 


Ski Club 






Tutorial Protect 


Sailing Club 






Monte Carlo Nite 








Frosh Senate 








BENSON, GORDON 


BENULIS, CYNTHIA 


BENZ, 


BERG, THOMAS 


Sherman Oaks 


Pasadena 


CHRISTOPHER 


Sepulveda 


Political Science 


English 


Encino 


Political Science 


Zeta Beta Tau 


Angel Flight 


Chemistry 


Pi Gamma Mu 


Blue Key 


Commander 




Pi Sigma Alpha 


Kelps 






Retarded Children's 
Tutorial Project 
Coordinator 




223 




^^^_ 


^^^^ 


BERGER. JERRY 


BERGMAN, RON 


BERINGER. SUSAN 


BERKMAN, LESLIE 


^1 


^^^^1 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Encino 


Los Angeles 


^1 


^^^^H 


History 


Public Service 


History 


English 


!^ 


^^^H^ 


Alpha Phi Omega 


tsf; Cal State 




Alpha Lambda Delta 


u " 


HF 




Long Beach 




English Honors 


h 






Finance Committee 
Dean's List 
Mardi Gras 
Student Intern 




Sailing Club 
Brum Young 
Democrats 
Pre- Law Society 


^ 


A 


BERKOSKY. 


Program 
BERMAN. STEVEN 


BERMAN, VIKI 




■^^H 


^^^^m 


BERRY, MARIE 


^^^1 


^^^^M 


PATRICIA 


Los Angeles 


Van Nuys 


Arcadia 


^^^1 


^^^^M 


Burbank 


Political Science 


Psychology 


English 


^^^J 


^^^^M 


Meteorology 


Daily Bruin Photog. 


tsf: UC Berkeley 


tsf: Univ. of Santa Clara 


' 


^^^^M 


tsf: LA Valley Col. 


Pre- Legal Society 


Sigma Delta Tau 


Chi Delta Pi 


> - •- , 


^^^H 






Alpha Tau Omega 


Honors Program 


M 


l^^^l 






Little Sister 


Dean's List 


F^^^B 






Junior Panhellenic 




V 


S^ 






Monte Carlo Nite 










Committee 




^^m 


^^^^H 


BICKERT.JEAN 


BILL, MARY 


BILLMEYER, CATHY 


BILLS, PAUU 


■■ 


^^^^1 


Canoga Park 


Elkhorn.Wis. 


Covina 


San Juan Capistrano 


f9 


^^^1 


Pre-Social Welfare 
Tolima House, Hedrick 


Geography 
Project India 


Geography 
Delta Gamma 


Sociology 


T^ 


^^^^^H 




f I 


"^^^^l 


Hall. Pres., Hospitality 


A Capella Choir 


Bruinettes. Spurs 




k • ? 


t^^^M 


Chrm. 


Uni-Prep Counselor 


Chimes 




i>* 


5 


Tutorial Project 
Dean's List 


Tutorial Project 


Alpha Lamda Delta 
Tutorial Project 
Phi Delta Theta 




LLi 


^& 


BLAINE, DONNA 


BLODGtII, 


Little Sister 
BLONSKY, GLORIA 




■■ 


^^^H 


BOAL, MICHAEL 


^1 


^^^^1 




FLORENCE 


Sherman Oaks 


Sepulveda 


PV 


^^^^B 




Escondido 


English 


Psychology 


rr* 


I^^^H 




Spanish 


Alpha Epsilon Phi 


Sigma Nu 


U/ 


^^^^M 




tsf: Palomar Col. 


Delta Tau Delta 




^^^^M 






Princess 





BOEHM, PHYLLIS 

Harbor City 
Political Science 
Beaucatcher House, 
Hedrick Hall, Pres. 
Tutorial Project 



BOORSTEIN, 
DOREEN 
North Hollywood 



BOETTCHER.ANNE 

Concord 
History 
tsf: UC Davis 



BOGGERO.ANNE 

Fresno 
Psychology 



BOOZ, CYNTHIAJANE 
Palos Verdes Estates 
SSET 
Anchors 



BORDON, ROBERT 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 



BOLTON, BARBARA 

LaJolla 
Italian 

Delta Gamma 
Bruinettes 
EAP-ltaly 
Tutorial Project for 
Mentally Retarded 



BOSHINSKY, 
ROBERT 

Mahanoy City, Penn. 
Political Science 



BOSLEY, LINDA 

San Dimas 
English 

tsf:Mt. San Antonio JC 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Sabers 



BRADLEY. BRUCE 

Long Beach 
Psychology 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Blue Key, Kelps 
Varisty Water polo 
Varsity Swimming 



BOTZ,ANNA 

Granada Hills 
Sociology 
tsf: SFVSC 

Wash. Intern. Program 
Hedrick Hall Residents' 
Assoc. Exec. Sec. 
Women's IM Tennis 
Westwood House 



BRANDMAN. 
MICHAEL 

West Los Angeles 
Zoology 



BOYDSTUN, SHARON 

Alhambra 
History 

tsf: Pasadena CC 
Bruin Belles 
Snow Ski Club 
Tutorial Project 



BREGDER. 
KATHERINE 

Garden Grove 
English 

Honors at Entrance 
Pi Delta Pi 
Tutorial Project 



BOZICEVICH, MARIO 

San Pedro 
Economics 
Beta Theta Pi 



BRENDING, CHERYL 

Los Angeles 
Sociology 



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BRENNER. RICHARD 


BRIZENDINEJOAN 


BREWER, MARY JANE 


BRODY. BEVERLY 


Van Nuys 


San Gabriel 


Los Angeles 


Chicago. III. 


Psychology 


English 


History 


History 


Kappa Kappa Psi 


Alpha Delta Chi 


AWS Rep. 


tsf: LA Valley Col. 


Symphonic Wind 




Anchors 




Ensemble 




Homecoming Comm. 




Varsity and Marching 








Bands 








Percussion Ensemble 








BRODY, STUART 


BROFFMAN, SUSAN 


BRONSTEIN. JUDITH 


BROWN. CAROLYr 


Culver City 


Arcadia 


Los Angeles 


South Gate 


Political Science 


Sociology 


SSET 


Psychology 


Tau Delta Phi 


tsf: Pasadena CC 


Daily Bruin 


Pi Beta Phi 




Tutorial Project 




Bruinettes 
Soph. Sweethearts 
Tutorial Project 



BROWN. COLLEEN 


BROWN. ELAINE 


BROWN. JENNIFER 


BRYSON. ROZANNE 


West Los Angeles 


Oxnard 


Tustin 


Redondo Beach 


Geography 


Psychology 


Sociology 


Mathematics 


Pi Beta Phi 


tsf: San Jose State Col. 


Alpha Phi 


tsf: Bakersfield Col, 


Brum Belles 




Bruinettes 




Southern Campus 




Sophomore 




Princess 




Sweethearts 




IFC Queen 








BUMB.MARY 


BUFFUM. RONALD 


BUKUNT. PAUL 


BUCKHALTER. 


Pacific Palisades 


Santa Monica 


Arcadia 


CYNTHIA 


Zoology 


History 


Political Science 


Pasadena 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Varsity Crew 




Sociology 


Phrateres 


Varsity Rowing Club 
AFROTC 




Tutorial Project 



BURDICK. CYNTHIA 


BURKE. ROBIN 


BURMEISTER, 


BURNETT. PAUL 


Canoga Park 


Los Angeles 


SHARON 


Manhattan Beach 




Anthropology 


Burlmgame 


Economics 




tsf: SFV State Col, 




Surf Club 




Daily Brum 




URA Exec. Comm, 




Photographer 




URAPres, 

Sunset Canyon Rec, 
Center Board 
Project Amigos 


BURNS. CHERYL 


BURROUGHS. HELEN 


BURRIN. SUSAN 


BURTON, KAREN 


Long Beach 


Beverly Hills 


Fullerton 


Burbank 


English 


History 


English 


Political Science 


tsf: Long Beach CC 


tsf: SFV State Col, 


tsf: use 


Delta Gamma 


Gamma Phi Beta 




Alpha Phi 


Bruinettes 


Chimes 






Sophomore 


Tutorial Project 






Sweethearts 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Little Sisters 


BUTZLAFF.JEFF 


CAMREN.MARY 


CANNELL. YOLANDA 


CAPALDI. LOUIS 


Los Angeles 


Whittier 


Los Angeles 


Canton. Ohio 




Political Science 


Spanish 


Political Science 




tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


tsf: Mt, St. Mary's Col 


tsf: LACC 




Pi Beta Phi 







CAPLAN.JANE 

Sepulveda 
English 

Vahalla. Dykstra Hall. 
J, Board Pres, 
Greek-Balkan Chorus 



CARLSON. RICHARD 

Gardena 
Zoology 

tsf El CammoJC 
Rieber Hall Residence 
Assoc. 

Lutheran Student 
Movement 



CARPENTER. CAROL 

Woodland Hills 
Psychology 



CARTER. 
CHARLOTTE 
Apple Valley 
Spanish 
Delta Gamma 
Anchors. Spurs 
EAP-Madrid 
Mortar Board 
Honas Program 




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CARTER, SANDRA 

Altedena 
English 
tsf: Pasadena CC 



CARTIER. PAUL III 

San Gabriel 
Bactefiology 
tsf: Pasadena CC 



CASS, LIZA 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
tsf: Univ- of Penn. 
Pi Sigma Alpha 
Volleyball Team 



CAYETANO, 
BENJAMIN 

Honolulu, Ha. 
Political Science 
Pre-Legal Society 



CARTLEDGE, 
CHRISTOPHER 

Downey 
French 

tsf: UC Riverside 
NROTC Battalion 
Maison 
Francalse (UCR) 



CELCE, DANIEL 
Batna, Algeria 
French 
URA Soccer Club 



CARVER, CAROL 

Sherman Oaks 
Political Science 
tsf: UC Santa Barbara 



CHANTER, SUE 

Los Angeles 
Physical Education 
Chi Omega 
Panhellenic Pres. 
Prytaneans 
Women's Golf Team 
Bruinettes 
AWS President's Board 



CHAUDOIN, LINDA 



CHAO, HARRY 

Los Angeles 
Zoology 

tsf: Cal State LA 
UCLA A Cappella Choir 



CHENG, ELLEN 

Hong Kong. China 
English 
Dean's Ust 



CHAO, RUTH 
Los Angeles 
English 
Daily Brum 
Best Reporter Award. 
1966-67 



CHOATE, DENNIS 
Manhatten Beach 
Political Science 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Blue Key, Kelps 
Scuba Club 



CERVANTES, 
ELIZABETH 

North Hollywood 
Spanish 

tsf: LA Valley Col. 
Alpha Mu Gamma 
Inverness House, 
Rieber Hall, Pres. 



CHASE, ELAINE 

Boron 
English 
tsf: UC Santa Barbara 



CHOOLIIAN. NANCY 

Fresno 
English 

Alpha Gamma Delta 
Angel Flight 
Tutorial Project 



CHRISTOPHER, 


CLARK, PATRICIA 


CLARK, PETER 


CLARK, SUSAN 


LONNETTA 


Inglewood 


Miami, Okla. 


Piedmont 


Glendora 


Zoology 


English 


Sociology 


Geography 




NROTC 


Kappa Alpha Theta 


Pi Beta Phi 









CLEVELAND. 


COCAGNE, CHERYL 


COGEN, HARVEY 


COHEN. IRMA 


RICHARD 


Sherman Oaks 


Encino 


Los Angeles 


San Jose 


History 


Meteorology 


Sociology 


Political Science 


tsf: Mt. St. Mary's Col- 


Sigma Alpha Mu 




Delta Sigma Phi 


Pi Beta Phi 


Chi Epsilon Pi 




Rugby. Kelps 








Aardvarks 








Homecoming Comm. 








COHEN, JACQUELINE 


COHN.BLI lY 


COLE, BRUCE 


COLE. CURTIS 


Huntington Park 


Los Angeles 


Torrance 


San Diego 


Anthropology 


Hebrew 


Political Science 


Economics 


Angel Flight 


Alpha Mu Gamma 
Hillel 


Alpha Tau Omega 





COLE. GERALD 

North Hollywood 
Political Science 
Pi Sigma Alpha 
Intramural Activities 
Sailing Club 



COLE. PATRICIA 

Los Angeles 
Psychology 
tsf: Pasadena CC 
Sproul Residence Hall 



COLES, PATRICIA 
Los Angeles 



COLLEN, LOUISE 

Los Angeles 
Mathematics 
Bruinettes 
Finance Comm 
University Chorus 
Computer Club 



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COLLINS, CAROLYN 


COLLINS, RICHARD 


COLLOM, EDWARD 


COMPTON, MARY 


Newport Beach 


Los Angeles 


Atherton 


Long Beach 




Economics 


Bacteriology 


Geography 




tsf: ElCaminoCol. 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


Dean's List 




Alpha Kappa Psi 


Blue Key 


Regents Scholar 




Omicron Delta Epsilon 


Tutorial Project 


MINEX Exchange 




Assoc, of Students and 


Spring Sing Exec. 


Student-Nigeria 




Business 


Comm. 


Honors Program 


CONNELL.JANE 


CORENMAN, SUSAN 


COUGHLIN, SUSAN 


COVERDALE, 


Torrance 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


CYNTHIA 


History 


Sociology 


History 


Newport Beach 


tsf: El CaminoCoL 


Project Action 


Gamma Phi Beta 


Psychology 


Anchors 




Tutorial Project 


Delta Tau Delta 
Little Sister 
Anchors 


COX. ROGER 


COYNE, JUDITH 


CRANE, LESLIE 


CREASON, STEPHEN 


San Diego 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


English 


Sociology 


English 


English 


Chaos House, 


Phrateres Pres. 




tsf: UC Berkeley 


Hedrick Hall Pres., 


Sailing Club 




English Honors 


House Advisor 


AWS President's Board 




Experimental College 
Daily Brum 
Intramural Sports 


CRESSEY, PAMELA 


CRINKLAW. JANET 


CROAD, SHERRY 


CROOKS, RAYMOND 


Glendale 


San Jose 


Chicago, III. 


Guthrie, Okla. 


History 


History 


English 


Political Science 


Kappa Alpha Theta 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


tsf: Glendale JC 


tsf: Central State Col. 


Pres., Treas. 


Delta Gamma 






Anchors 








CROUCH, 


CROWDER, SCOTT 


CURRIE, PHYLLIS 


DAMSKI.EVA 


CHARLESJR. 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Van Nuys 


Encino 




Political Science 


Political Science 


Economics 






Political Science 


tsf: Pierce J C 






Honorary 





^A^^^^ 




DANA, KARLYNN 


DANIELS, LYNETTE 


DASH, KAREN 


DAUBER, BONNIE 


North Hollywood 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 


History 


English 


Anthropology 


tsf: Cal, Lutheran Col 


Dean's List 






Kappa Delta 








Masonic Affiliate Club 








Young Republicans 








DA VANZO, FRANK 


DAVIS, DONNA 


DAVIS, ELIZABETH 


DAVIS. ROSALIND 


Long Beach 


North Hollywood 


Beverly Hills 


Los Angeles 


History 


Sociology 


Anthropology 


Anthropology 


Tutorial Project 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


tsf: Wellesley Col. 


Daily Brum 




Shell and Oar Pres. 


Honors Program 


Assoc. Editor 




AWS President's Board 




Washington Internship 
Program Co-Chmn. 
Cal Club 


DEDEAUX, MARY LIN 


DEGROFF, WILLIAM 


DEJONGE, 


DE LEGAL, LARRY 


Sociology 


Alhambra 


ELIZABETH 


Glendale 


Alpha Chi Omega 


Economics 


Torrance 


Psychology 


AWS Fashion Board 


tsf UC Santa Barbara 


English 


tsf: Glendale CC 


Spring Sing 




Kappa Kappa Gamma 


Phi Epsilon Pi 


Mardi Gras 








Bowery Show 








Show, 1967 










227 




DEL FRANCO, 


DELSON, SHEILA 


DENTON, ROBIN 


DESS, WILLIAM 


CHARLES 


Harrisburg, Pa. 


La Canada 


Riverside 


Philadelphia, Penn. 


Pre- Social Welfare 


French, 


Psychology 


Social Science 


tsf: El CammoCol. 


Political Science 


Alpha Tau Omega 


Theta Xi Pres. 


Kennedy Child Study 


tsf: UC Davis 


Wrestling, Blue Key 


Blue Key, Kelps 


Center Tutor 


Gamma Phi Beta 


Kelps, AUSA 


Dean's List 


Babysitting for 


EAP-Bordeaux 


Bagpipe Band 


Bruin Young 


Married Students 






Democrats 


Retarded Children's 






Intramural Sports 


Tutorial Project 






Spring Sing Exec. Sales 








DICKEY, GARY 


Dl DONATO, LOUISA 


DILLOW, PAMELA 


DOBERNIG,JOSE 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Orange 


Mexico City, Mexico 


History 


Spanish 


Psychology 


Economics 




tsf; Santa Monica CC 


tsf: UC Riverside 


tsf: National Univ. of 




Grammar School Tutor 




Mexico 

Uassion for Foreign 
Students 
Computer Club 
Soccer Club 
Karate Club 


DODGE, ALLEN 


DOFFLEMYRE, 


DOLIM. DIANE 


DONESLEY, PAMELA 


Los Angeles 


MICHAEL 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 




West Los Angeles 


Economics 


Physical Education 




History 


Angel Flight 


tsf: SMCC 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


Commander 


Masonic Affiliate Club 




UniCamp Board 








Camp Drive 








Exec. Board 








University Chorus 






DONNER, LAUREL 


DONNEY, KENNETH 


DOOLEN, GLORIA 


DOUGHERTY, 


El Segundo 


Burbank 


Anaheim 


PAMELA 


English 


Political Science 


English 


San Pedro 


tst:EICaminoJC 


Phi Gamma Delta 


tsf: Cal State LA 


Economics 


Masonic Affiliate Club 


Dean's List 


Hedrick Hall Staff. 




People of Plenty 


Wilson Foundation 


Officer 




Colloquium 


Scholar, UCLA Law 


Spring Sing Comm. 




Alumni Colloquium 


School 


Tutorial Project 




DOW, NORMAN 


DRAKES, ROBERT 


DREYER, STEVEN 


DREYFUSS,JOANN 


North Torrance 


Pacific Grove 


Huntington, N.Y. 


North Hollywood 


Geography 


NROTC 


Political Science 


Sociology 


Varsity Football 




Frosh Baseball 


tsf: UC Berkeley 


Himalaya House Pres. 




Political Science 


Phi Sigma Sigma 


Residence Hall All-Star 




Honors Program 


Tutorial Project 


Football Coach 






UniShine 



DUBIN. BARRY 


DUBROW, PHYLLIS 


DUMONT, 


DUNCAN, ANNE 


Los Angeles 


Oakland 


STEPHANIE 


Whittier 


Political Science 


Sociology 


Oxnard 


Sociology 


Pi Lamda Phi 


tsf: UC Davis 


Anthropology 


tsf: Cal State Fullerton 




Daily Brum Copy Ed. 


tsf: Ventura Col. 


Alpha Gamma Delta 




Southern Campus 








Copy Ed. 







DUNN, MARY 


DUNNINGTON, 


DUQUE, MADELINE 


DURAND, SUSAN 


Los Angeles 


JANICE 


Bogota, Colombia 


Torrance 


History 


Whittier 


International Relations 


History 




Physical Education 




tsf;EICaminoJC 




tsf: UC Santa Barbara 







DYE, ROBERT 
Detroit, Mich. 
Bacteriology 
ZetaPsi 

Homecoming Chmn. 
Spring Sing Art Comm. 
Southern Campus 
Publicity '67 



DYER, DEXTER 

Lynwood 
Social Psychology 



DYER, RAYMOND 


EDE, RICHARD 


San Diego 


Burbank 


Economics 


Physics 


NROTC 


tsf: LA Valley Col. 




NROTC 



228 



EDELSTONE, DANIEL EDMONDS, CYNTHIA EDWARDS, THOMAS ELKIND. ANNETTE 



North Hollywood 


Los Angeles 


Pomona 


Downey 


Zoology 


Pre- Social Welfare 


Political Science 


English 


Hednck Hall Residents' 


Delta Sigma Theta 


Sigma Nu 


Hillel 


Assoc., Vice Pres. 




Blue Key 


Foreign Students 


Concert and Marching 






Assoc. 


Bands 








ELLEY, MICHAEL 


ELLIS, MICHAEL 


ELLIS, SUSAN 


ENGLE, MICHAEL 


West Covina 


Los Angeles 


Chula Vista 


Manhattan Beach 


Lambda Chi Alpha 


History 




Economics 



ERLICH, HARVEY 


ESQUIVEL, 


ETTINCGARY 


EVANGELISTA, 


Los Angeles 


RAYMUNDO 


Van Nuys 


MARILYN 


History 


Azusa 


Psychology 


Van Nuys 


tsf: Sonoma St. Col. 


Spanish 




German 



EVANS, JAMES 


EVANS, KRISTINE 


EVANS, LAWRENCE 


EVANS, SANDRA 


North Hollywood 


Piedmont 


Riverside 


Redlands 


Political Science 


English 


Latin American Studies 


Psychology 


Sigma Chi 


Tutorial Project 


Delta Sigma Phi, Pres. 


tsf: Univ. of Wisconsin 


Uni-Prep Coordinator 


Alpha Tau Omega Little 


Kelps 


Pi Beta Phi 


Freshman Class Pres. 


Sisters, Pres. 


Blue Key 


AWS Fashion Board 


General Rep. 


Daily Bruin Staff 


Hillel & Newman Club 


Sigma Chi LittleSisters 


Dean's List 




North American Tether 


Sigma Nu Princess 


Yeomen 




Ball Champion 




EWALD, HOLLACE 


FABIANO,ROSE 


FAIGIN, DOUGLAS 


FARBSTEIN,TZIPY 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Hollywood 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


Mathematics 


Philosophy 


Sociology 


Chi Omega 


tsf: SMCC 


Daily Bruin Political Ed., 


Alpha Epsilon Phi 






Graduate Ed., Editorial 


Bruinettes 






Board Member 


MardiGrasComm. 






Sigma Delta Chi 


Homecoming Comm. 






Sec.-Treas. 








Wash. Internship 








Yeomen 








Order of Golden Bruin 




FARLEY, ANDREA 


FARMER, LYNDA 


FARRELL, NANCY 


FAWELL, SUSAN 


Culver City 


Pasadena 


Downey 


Rolling Hills 


History 


Psychology 


Anthropology 


SSET 


Chi Omega 


tsf: Pasadena CC 


Alpha Lambda Delta 


Angel Flight 


Bruin Belles 


Gamma Phi Beta 


Southern Campus 
Folksong Club 





FEIGENBAUM, 


FEINBERG,JOHN 


FELLER, ROBERT 


FERGUSON, SARA 


HOWARD 


Whittier 


West Covina 


San Bernardino 


Los Angeles 


English 


English 


Diversified Social 


History 


Alpha Gamma Omega 


tsf: use 


Science 


tsf: UC Berkeley 




Judicial Council- 


tsf: UC Berkeley 






Weyburn Hall 


Kappa Kappa Gamma 



FIELDS, JERRI 

Los Angeles 
Sociology 
Phi Sigma Sigma 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Pi Gamma Mu 



FINK,JERROLD 

Torrance 
Political Science 
Pi Sigma Alpha, Pres. 
Phi Eta Sigma, Vice 
Pres. 

R Gamma Mu 
Alpha Mu Gamma 



FISCHER, CLAUDE 

West Hollywood 
Sociology 
Regents' Scholar 
Debate Union 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Pi Gamma Mu 
Franz Hall Regulars 



FISCHER, HERMAN 

Los Angeles 
Physics 




229 




FISCHER, JOHN 


FISCHER, LUCIE 


FISHER, ALAN 


FISHER, GLENN 


Los Angeles 


Sherman Oaks 


Los Angeles 


La Mesa 


Economics 


Geography 


Economics 


Geography 


Beta Theta Pi 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Departmental Scholar 






Tutorial Project 


in Economics 
Omicron Delta Epsilon 
Phi Eta Sigma 
bean's List 




FITZGERALD, 


FLEISCHMAN, 


FLINT, KAARINA 


FLOD, NATALIE 


GERALD 


ROCHELLE 


Lomita 




Glendora 


LaMirada 


German 




Economics 


History 


Ph rater es 




'VIphaTau Omega, 


tsf: Cal State Fullerton 






=>re%. 


Tutorial Project 
Dorm Floor Secretary 
and Social Chairman 






FLOOD. JOHN 


FOREMAN, BETTY 


FORTH, MARY 


FOSTER, NORA 


La Verne 


San Marino 


Arcadia 


Arcadia 


Economics 


English 


Mathematics 


English 


tsf: Claremont Men's 


Delta Delta Delta 


tsf: use 


Delta Gamma 


College 






Tutorial Project 


Omicron Delta Epsilon 






Sopjjomore 
Sweethearts 
Sigma Nu Big Sister 


FOX, SHARON 


FRANKLIN, BARBARA 


FREDRIKSSON, 


FREEMAN, ALMA 


Westchester 


Los Angeles 


CLAUDIA 


Los Angeles 


Italian 


Political Science 


Fullerton 




tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


English 




Alpha Mu Gamma 


Sigma Kappa 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Alpha Phi 
Sophomore 
Sweethearts 
Tutorial Project 




FREEMAN, RICHARD 


FREMDLINCANNE 


FRICKE, CARL 


FRIEDUVND, SUSAN 


Santa Ana 


Santa Monica 


Whittier 


Los Angeles 


Economics 


English 


History 


Music 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Delta Gamma, 1st Vice 


tsf: Cal Poly (Pomona) 


High School Honors 


Sigma Chi 


President 


Beta Theta Pi 


Program 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


Alpha Mu Gamma, 


UCLA Honors Program 




Little Sisters 


Spanish 


NPI Volunteer 






International Programs 


Colloquium 






Madrid, Spam 


Symphonic Band 






Ski Team 




FRIEDMAN, ANDREW 


FRIEDMAN, ROBERT 


FU, SANDRA 


FUENTES, ALFRED 


Los Angeles 


Watsonville 


Hong Kong 


El Monte 


Political Science 


Political Science 


Bacteriology 


Political Science 


tsf: Cal State LA 


Zeta Beta Tau 






Pi Sigma Alpha 


Blue Key 






Graduated 


Student Cultural 






Magna Cum Laude 


Commission 






Honors Program 


Phi Beta Kappa 






FUJIMOTO, 


FULLER, MARILYN 


FYBEL, RICHARD 


GAGE, CURTIS 


KATHLEEN 


South Gate 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


Political Science 


History 


English 


Chi Omega 


Tau Epsilon Phi, Most 


Sigma Chi 


Alpha Delta Chi 


Brum Belles 


Valuable Member 






Senior Homecoming 


Award, Vice Pres. 






Princess 


Redgefather 






Sigma Nu Big Sister 






FRASZ, CAROL 


GALLEGOS, NADINE 


GANDIN, RICHARD 


GARBER, LEONARD 


Tustin 


Grand Junction, Colo. 


Oxnard 


Los Angeles 


English 


Anthropology 


Economics 


Political Science 




tsf: Colorado State Univ 


Phi Sigma Delta 
Tutorial Project '64 
Blood Drive '66 
MardiGras'67,'68 


Phi Epsilon Pi 



230 



GARSIDE.GAYLE 


GAVALDON, EDWARD 


GEBHARD.JOHN 


GEDGAUDAS, 




Alhambra 


Gardena 


KESTUTIS 




Economics 


Psychology 


Santa Monica 




Zeta Psi 


Yeomen 


Mathematics 






Psi Chi 


tsf: SMCC 






Fencing Team 








EAP- Birmingham, 








England 




GEE, MARY 


6ERING, MICHAEL 


GERO, PETER 


GERSTSEN, MARIE 


Inglewood 


Los Angeles 
History 

tsf:GlendaleCoL 
Monte Carlo Nite 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 



GIANETTO, ROBERT GILSTRAP, LUANA 



Emmaus, Pa. 
Psychology 
tsf; Lehigh Univ. 
Band 
Computer Club 



Los Angeles 
English 

Regents Scholar 
Dykstra Hall Sec. 
LDS Student Assn. 
Publicity Chmn. 



GIMBEL, SUSAN 

San Marmo 
Anthropology 
tsf: Arizona State Univ. 



GINSBURG, DIANA 

Los Angeles 
English 



GLENN, CAROLYN 


6LAUSER, SANDRA 


GOERTZEN, DEEANA 


GOFF. HARRIET 


Pacific Palisades 


Downey*Tustin 


Los Angeles 


Bogota, Colombia 


Anthropology 


Psychology 


Anthropology 


Anthropology 




tsf: UC Riverside 


tsf: use 


tsf: Univ. delos Andes 




Delta Gamma 


Alpha Delta Chi 






AWS Fashion Board, 








Chrmn. 








Brum Belles Off icer 








Homecoming Queen 








Finalist 






GOLD, BARRY 


GOLD, BRUCE 


GOLD, CYNTHIA 


GOLD, SUSAN 


Van Nuys 


Los Angeles 


Beverly Hills 


North Hollywood 


Psychology 


Political Science 


Spanish 


Sociology 


Intramurals 


tsf: SanFranciscoState 


Phi Beta Kappa 




Sculpture 




Departmental Scholar 





GOLDBERG, AIMEE 

North Hollywood 
Psychology 



GOLD, THOMAS 

Glendale 
Mathematics 
Alpha Gamma Omega 
Pres., Treas. 
Blue Key 
Project India 



GOLDMAN, BARBARA GOLDMAN, DALE 

Los Angeles Los Angeles 

History English 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Spurs 



GOLDBERG, NEIL 

Beverly Hills 
Political Science 



GOLDFARB, SUSAN 

Arleta 
Pre- Social Welfare 
tsf: SFVSC 
Honors Program 



GOLDMAN, STEPHEN 

Los Angeles 
Economics 



GOLDSTEIN, GLORIA 

Los Angeles 
Speech 

tsf: San Diego St. Col. 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 



GOLDSTEIN, J ERALD GONZALEZ VEGA, 



GOODMAN, BEVERLY GOODMAN, JILL 



Union, NJ. 


FERNANDO 


Los Angeles 


Sherman Oaks 


German 


Managua, Nicaragua 


Social Science 


Psychology 


tsf: Clemson Univ. 


Economics 


Alpha Delta Pi 


Alpha Epsilon Phi 


ThetaXi 


INTAC 


Finance Comm. 


Frosh Class Treas. 


Wrestling 




Homecoming Exec. Bd. 


Bruinettes 






Military Ball Princess 


Sophomore 






Homecoming Queen 


Sweethearts 






Finalist 


EAP-Sussex, England 






Mardi Gras Exec. Bd. 


Alpha Lambda Delta 






«!^!^ ^^ 




GORDON. SAMUEL 


GORDON, STAN 


GORELICK, 


GORMLY, FAY 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


SEYMOUR 


Gilroy 


History 


Political Science 


Los Angeles 


English 


Phi Epsilon Pi 


Zeta Beta Tau 


Bacteriology 


CalClub 


Army ROTC 


Blue Key 




Mortar Board 


Hillel 


Varsity Volleyball 




Teen Opportunities 
Program Chmn. 
Hedrick Hall Comm. 
Prytaneans 


GOULD, SUSAN 


GOYA, SHARON 


GRACE, DONNA 


GRANDLTIM 


Los Angeles 


Temple City 


Redlands 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 


English 


History 


History 




Theta Kappa Phi 


Daily Bruin 
Board of Governors 
UniCamp 


Beta Theta Pi 



GRANT, DONALD 


GRASSIA.JOHN 


GRAY. BEVERLY 


GREEN, SANDRA 


El Toro 


Sherman Oaks 


Los Angeles 


La Jolla 


Political Science 




English 


Economics 


tsf;FullertonJC 




EAR- Tokyo 


Chi Omega 


Zeta Psi 




Mortar Board 


Alpha Tau Omega 






Chimes 


Little Sister 






Dean's List 


Angel Flight 
Elections Board 
Sophomore 
Sweethearts 


GREENE, MICHELE 


GREENLEE, 


CROCK, MIRA 


GROSS, IRV 


Encino 


PATRICIA 


Studio City 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 


Holtville 


French 


Political Science 


tst: San Jose St. 


Pre- Social Welfare 


Alpha Lambda Delta 


Phi Sigma Delta 




tsf: Chapman Col 


Alpha Mu Gamma 


Honors Program 




UCLAmigos 


Hillel Council 


Pi Sigma Alpha 






Honors Program 


Student Judicial Bd. 






EAP-Bordeaux 


Sacramento 
Internship Program 
Chmn. 


GROSSMAN, LESLIE 


GRUBBS, MELINDA 


GRUNER,SANDEE 


GUNTHER, HARRY 


Canoga Park 


Pasadena 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Political Science 




Psychology 


Psychology 






Alpha Chi Omega 


Blue Key 






Sophomore 


Varsity Yell Leader 






Sweethearts 


UniPrep Chmn. 






Tutorial Project 




GUSINOW, 


GUSS, GARY 


GUTIERREZ, 


GUZIN. LAWRENCE 


MARGARET 


Santa Monica 


VIOLETA 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Physics 


Havana, Cuba 


English 


Anthropology 


tsf: SMCC 


Chemistry 


Zeta Beta Tau 


Alpha Epsilon Phi 




Alpha Lambda Delta 


Blue Key 






Cuban Club 


LA Ephebian Society 
Spring Sing Exec, 
Comm. 
Chi Delta Pi 


HACHIYA. FUMIKO 


HAEHN. OLIVIA 


HAGEMANN,KARL 


HAHN.CHRISTEL 


Harbor City 


Sherman Oaks 


Northridge 


Los Angeles 


Anthropology 


English 


Mathematics 


German 


Sophomore 




tsf: use 


tsf: SMCC 


Sweethearts Pres. 






Alpha Mu Gamma 


AWS Presidents Board 








UniPrep Counselor 








HALL. EDWIN 


HALL. RUTHANNA 


HALLIDAY. KAREN 


HALPERT, SUZANNE 


Inglewood 


Venice 


San Diego 


Van Nuys 


Physical Education 


History 


English 


English 


Frosh Football 








Varsity Golf 









232 



HAMILTON, SHARON 

La Habra 
English 
Hednck Hall, 
Tolima House Pres. 
Anchors Pres. 
Dykstra House Advisor 



HARER. ROBERT 

Long Beach 
Zoology 
tsf: Long Beach CC 



HAN NA, THOMAS 

San Jose 
Mathematics 
tsf: Kansas Univ, 
Computer Club 



HARRIS, THELMA 

Los Angeles 
French 

Delta Sigma Theta 
Angel Flight 
Spurs 
Sproul Hall Staff 



HASKINS, JACKIE 

Belleville, III. 
Oriental Languages 
Honors Program 
Alpha Mu Gamma 
Japan Study Group 



HARMON, GLORIA 

Pasadena 
SSET 

tsf: Pasadena CC 
Delta Gamma 
Sophomore 
Sweethearts 
Tutorial Project 



HARRY. HESTER 

Los Angeles 
English 

Bruin Christian 
Fellowship 
Tutorial Project 



HANWAY, NANCY HARBOTTLE, LESLIE 

Newbury Park Topsfield, Mass. 

Latin American Studies English 

Project India 
Spring Sing 
Mortar Board 
Westwood House 
Prytaneans 



HARMON, STEPHEN HARRIS, LAURIE 



West Covina 
Political Science 
Rieber Hall Honorary 
Rieber Hall Pres. 
House Advisor 



HART, RICHARD 

Ventura 
Psychology 
tsf: Ventura Col. 



Beverly Hills 
Political Science 
AWS President 
UniCamp Board 
Wash. Intern. Program 
Bruin Belles 
Spurs, Pres. 
Uni Prep Chrmn. 



HASKELL, DIANE 

Hinkley 
Psychology 
tsf: Barstow Col. 



HAWKINS, BEVERLY HAWKINS, JOHN 



Los Angeles 
Political Science 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 



Fullerton 
Political Science 
Spring Sing 
Exec. Comm. 
Mardi Gras Comm. 



HAY ASH I, FAITH 

Torrance 
Mathematics 



HEDLEY, EILEEN HEFFERAN, 

Los Angeles MARY ANN 

Sociology Culver City 

tsf : Orange Coast Col- English 



HEIFETZ, LAURENCE 


HEIN,LESLYE 


Beverly Hills 


La Habra 


Economics 


SSET 


Phi Sigma Delta 


tsf: Mt. San Antonio 


Yeomen 


Col. 



HEINTZ, KENNETH 

Torrance 
Economics 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Alpha Kappa Psi 



HELD, PAMELA 
La Crescenta 
Sociology 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 



HELLER, JACK 

Glendale 
Psychology 
tsf: Glendale J C 
Psi Chi 



HENNIG, THOMAS 

Los Angeles 
Geography 
Kappa Kappa Psi 
Alpha Phi Omega Pres. 
Mardi Gras 
Exec. Comm. 
Brum Gold Co., AUSA 
Distinguished 
Military Graduate 

HIRANO, KAREN 

Cupertino 
Psychology 
tsf: Foothill Col. 



HEWLETT, LAURA 

Los Angeles 
History 

Delta Sigma Theta 
Mardi Gras 
Spring Sing 
Black Student Union 



HJELT, STEPHEN 

San Mateo 
Political Science 
tsf: Col. of San Mateo 
Intramurals 



HILLEMANN. WALTER 

San Fernando 
Mathematics 
tsf LA Valley Col. 



HOBBS, KATHLEEN 

Los Angeles 
Sociology 
Chi Omega 
UniCamp Counselor 
UniCamp Board 



HENDRIX, LINDA 
North Hollywood 
Political Science 
Alpha Phi 

Board of Governors 
Mortar Board 
Prytaneans 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Mardi Gras 
Exec. Comm. 

HINDY, ROBERT 

Canoga Park 
Chemistry 

Alpha Tau Omega Sec. 
Blue Key 

Arnold Air Society 
Commander 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
AFROTC Drill Team 
SAACS 
Engineering Society 

HOBDEN, 
CONSTANCE 
Los Angeles 
Anthropology 
Honors Program 
Tutorial Project 




233 








HOFFMAN, ANDREW 


HOFFMAN, RONALD 


HOGUE,JEAN 


HOGUE, MORRIS 


Marina Del Rey 


Lennox 


Stockton 


Stockton 


Psychology 


Geography 


Psychology 


English 


Tutorial Project 


Frosh Track 


tsf: UC Berkeley 


Chi Delta PI 


People-to- People 


Varsity Rugby 






INTAC 








Experimental Col. 








Sproul Hall 








Spring Sing 








HOL, NANCY 


HOLMES, CURTIS 


HOLMES. NATHAN 


HOLT, ROGER 


Hong Kong 


Glendora 


North Hollywood 


Beverly Hills 


Mathematics 


Zoology 


Political Science 


Political Science 


tsf: Morehead St. Col. 


tsf: Citrus Col. 




Phi Sigma Delta 


Computer Club 


Sigma Pi Vice Pres. 




Honors Program 
Students Judicial Bd. 
Chmn. 
Frosh Senate 
Washington 
Internship Program 
Pi Sigma Alpha 


HONEYCHURCH, 


HONG, STEVEN 


HONIGBERG, GAIL 


HOOK, CAROL 


DENIS 


Los Angeles 


Sherman Oaks 


Los Angeles 


Berkeley 


Physics 


Anthropology 


SSET 


History 


tsf: LACC 


tsf: San Francisco St. 


Masonic Affiliate Club 


tsf Univ. of the Pacific 


Sigma Pi Sigma 


Valley State 





Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Blue Key 



HORN, RICKY 

Manhattan Beach 
Economics 

tsf: Univ. of Maryland 
Omicron Delta Epsilon 
Intramural Volleyball 
Intramural Basketball 



Spring Sing 



HOWARD, JUDITH 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
Phi Sigma Sigma 
Sophomore 
Sweethearts 



HORROCKS.JOHN 

Van Nuys 
Physics 
tsf: Cal Tech 
Sigma Pi Sigma 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Citizens' Comm. 
of Inquiry 



HUBLER, STANLEY 

Los Angeles 
Physics 
tsf: ElCaminoJC 



Best Dressed Coed '66 



HORSTMAN, WILLIAM HOTING, CAMILLIA 



Riverside 
Psychology 
Phi Delta Theta 
Dean's List 



Baldwin Park 
Psychology 
Experimental College 
Women's Gymnastic 
Club 

Rieber Hall 
Publicity Chmn, 
Computer Club 
Psi Chi 



HUDSON, ELAINE HUDSON, RONALD 

Milpitas Woodland Hills 

English Chemistry 

Calif. StateScholarship 
Ski Club 
Rally Comm. 



HUGHES, COLLEEN 


HUGHES, MARGARET 


HURST, DONNA 


HUTCHINGS, 


Riverside 


Los Angeles 


Woodland Hills 


LORRAINE 


Latin American Studies 




Psychology 


Burbank 


Alpha Gamma Delta 




tsf: El Camino Col. 


English 


Alpha Mu Gamma 




Psi Chi 
Chi Delta Pi 
Alpha Mu Gamma 
Alpha Gamma Sigma 




HUTT, EDWARD 


ICHIMURA, RICHARD 


INGBER, JANET 


INGRAM, JOHN 


Fresno 


Los Angeles 


Malibu 


Long Beach 


Geography 


History 


International Relations 


Chemistry 


Phi Kappa Sigma 






Beta Theta Pi 


Varsity Football 






Blue Key 


Delta Gamma 






Frosh Senate Chmn 


Anchor Man 








Frosh Football Coach 








IRVINE, JANIS 


IWASHITA, CHERYL 


JACKSON, KAREN 


JACKSON, MARTIN 


Anaheim 


Los Angeles 


Harbor City 


Harbor City 


Public Service 




History 


History 


Kappa Alpha Theta 




Alpha Gamma Delta 




Vice Pres. 




Chimes 




Board of Governors 




Anchors 




Chmn 




Theta Chi Little Sister 




Assn ofCollegeUnions 




Zeta Psi Little Sister 




Regional Vice. Pres. 




Tutorial Project 




Dean's List 








Prytaneans 









234 



JACOBSEN, ELAYNE 


JACOBSON, ELLEN 


JALLO, MIKE 


JAMES, TERRY 


Petal u ma 


Waco, Texas 


Los Angeles 


Azusa 


Geography 


Sociology 




Political Science 


tsf; UC Davis 


tsf: Univ. of Texas 




Sigma Chi 


Delta Gamma 


Delta Phi Epsilon 




Mardi Gras 


Sophomore 


Panhellenic Sec. 




USMCR-PLC 


Sweethearts 


Mardi Gras 






Mardi Gras 


Southern Campus 






Publicity Comm. 


Staff 






Southern Campus 


Spring Sing 






Staff 


Greek Wk. 






JAYNE, MICHAEL 


JENKINS, JOHN 


JEROME, KATHLEEN 


JOE, BOBBY 


Sepulveda 


Santa Rosa 


Whittier 


Los Angeles 


English 




English 


Political Science 


Delta Sigma Phi 




Alpha Phi 


Kappa Kappa Psi 


Conscience Chmn. 






Band 



JOHNSON, CHERYL 


JOHNSON,JIMMIE 


JOHNSON, SANDRA 


Bellflower 


Los Angeles 


Long Beach 


Bacteriology 


Philosophy 


Political Science 


Hershey Hall 


Zeta Beta Tau 





JOHNSON, YVONNE 

Redwood City 
Slavic Languages 
Anchors 



JOLLY, PAMELA 


JONES, DONALD 


JONES, ROBERT 


JORGENSEN, 


Palos Verdes 


Santa Monica 


South Gate 


FRANCES 


Peninsula 


Physics 


Physics 


Antioch 


Social Sciences 


tsf: Univ. of Wash. 


tsf: East LA Col. 


History 




Pershing Rifles 




tsf: Fresno State 




Exec. Officer 








Scabbard and Blade 








Brum Gold Co of AUSA 






JUDGE, DALE 


JURIST, STEVEN 


KALSETSUMI 


KABA, GASTON 


Santa Maria 


Santa Monica 


Los Angeles 


Niamey, Niger F 


Zoology 


Sigma Pi 
Varsity Crew 




English 



KALOUDIS, PETER 


KAMINS, BARBARA 


KANEGAE, THOMAS 


KANNO,AMY 


Santa Barbara 


Los Angeles 


Newport Beach 


Los Angeles 


Geography 


Psychology 


Zoology 


Social Science 


NROTC 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


LIFE 


tsf: Cal State LA 


Mardi Gras 


Pi Gamma Mu 






Spring Sing 


Pi Delta Phi 






Homecoming 


People-to- People 






KAPLAN, TERRY 


KARAS, REGINA 


KARCHMER, FELICE 


KARLIN, MAUREEN 


Studio City 


Boston, Mass- 


Los Angeles 


Sepulveda 


Political Science 


Sociology 


Sociology 


Spanish 


Pi Gamma Mu 


tsf: Boston Univ. 




Regents Scholar 


People- to- People 


Hillel 




Departmental Scholar 


INTAC 


Student Zionist Org. 




Alpha Lambda Delta 


Spurs 


Dames 




Sigma Delta Pi 




Alpha Mu Gamma 




Academic Research 
Council 


KARNOS, 


KARP, THOMAS 


KARTON, DAVID 


KASABIBIAN, 


JEAN-PIERRE 


Los Angeles 


Beverly Hills 


PATRICIA 


Pans, France 


Economics 


Political Science 


Whittier 


Political Science 


Zeta Beta Tau 


Phi Sigma Delta 


History 


Varsity Soccer 


Varsity Tennis 


Pi Sigma Alpha 


Sigma Kappa 




Honors Program 


UniCamp Board 
Chair for Great Men, 
Chrmn. 

Student Relations 
Board, Chrmn. 











KASEM.ATA 


KASS, MARILYN 


KATZMAN. MARK 


KAUFMAN, JERROLD 


Jerusalem. Jordan 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Mathematics 


Sociology 


Psychology 


Political Science 


tsf: SMCC 


tsf: SFVSC 


tsf: SFVSC 


Tau Epsilon Phi 






NROTC 


Vice Pres., Treas. 
Washington 
Internship Program 
Exec. Comm. 
Local Internship 
Program Chmn, 


KAUFMAN. RONALD 


KAWAKAMI,JANE 


KEEN, JAMES 


KEENER, KARL 


Los Angeles 


Sepulveda 


Los Angeles 


Richmond 


Zoology 


History 


Political Science 


Political Science 


Phi Kappa Sigma 


tsf: SFVSC 


tsf:CerritosJC 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Theta and Sigma 


Pi Gamma Mu 


Bruin Veterans 




Varsity Swimming 








Varsity Water Polo 








Dean's List 








KELLER, VIRGINIA 


KELLNER, RENEE 


KELSEY. DAVID 


KENNAMER,GLENDA 


Lomita 


Los Angeles 


Long Beach 


Northridge 


Sociology 




Political Science 


English 


Pi Beta Phi 




Theta Delta Chi 

Phi Eta Sigma 

NROTC 

Battalion Commander 


Alpha Delta Chi 


KENNEDY, 


KENT, RODERICK 


KERTES, JOSEPH 


KH AN 1, JANET 


ROBERTJR. 


Spring Valley 


Upland 


Beverly Hills 


Torrance 


Chemistry 


Psychology 




Political Science 


Skin 'n Scuba Club 


Tutorial Project 




Band 




Ski Club 
Intramurals 





KIMBLE, ROSE 


KINCAID.JULIE 


KING, KATHLEEN 


KING, KERRY 


Whittier 


Covina 


Hacienda Heights 


Phoenix, Ariz. 


Sociology 


English 


English 


Mathematics 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


Delta Delta Delta 


tsf: UC Riverside 




Anchors 


Homecoming Queen 


Kappa Delta 




Shell and Oar 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Little Sisters Vice Pres, 
MardiGras Queen 
Bruin Belles 


Sailing Club 




KING. PAMELA 


KIPPUR. STEPHEN 


KIRSCH,BETHAMY 


KIRVAN, LINDA 


Monrouia 


Denver, Colo, 


Tarzana 


Santa Susana 


Latin American Studies 


History 


Speech 


Sociology 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Phi Sigma Delta 


Tutorial Proiect 




Tutorial Project 


Proiect India Finalist 
UniPrep 


Mardi Gras 





KLAUSEN, STEPHEN KLEBAN, BARBARA KLIEWER,LEE 



Santa Ana 


North Hollywood 


Shatter 


History 


Anthropology 


English 


Phi Kappa Sigma 


Tutorial Project 




Kelps 


Honors Program 




Varsity Baseball 







KNEISEL, BILLIE 

Long Beach 
English 

tsf: Long Beach CC 
Regents Scholar 



KNEISEL, ROBERT 

Long Beach 
Geophysics 
tsf: Long Beach CC 
Regents Scholar 
Alpha Mu Gamma 



KOEHLER, MARY 
Los Angeles 



KLOMAN, LARRY 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Army ROTC, 
Scholarship Award 
Athletic Award 



KOEHLER, MARY 

Pasadena 
tsf: Pasadena CC 



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KOERPERJEAN 


KOHN, EDWARD 


KOJIMA, HARUO 


KOOSED, LAURAYNE 


San Bernardino 


Sunland 


AmagI, Japan 


San Diego 


Sociology 


Mathematics 


Physics 


English 


tsf: use 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 




tsf: Univ. of Colorado 


Alpha Chi Omega, Sec. 






Sigma Delta Tau 


Shell and Oar 






Spurs 


Anchors 






AWS 

Tutorial Project 


KOOR.ZELDA 


KOSAKO, MASAKO 


KOTZIN, ELLEN 


KOYANAGI, FAYE 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Honolulu, Ha. 


Political Science 




Mortar Board 


Anthropology 


Masonic Affiliate Club 




Alpha Lamda Delta 


tst: Univ. of Hav»aii 



KRAMER, BARBARA 


KRAMER, BRUCE 


KREGER, ELIZABETH 


KROSCH.WYLA 


North Hollywood 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Santa Monica 


Culver City 


Anthropology 


International Relations 


SSET 


SSET 




Pi Sigma Alpha 


tsf: SMCC 






Residence Hall 








Evaluation 








El Capitan, Treas., 








Assembly Rep. 








Dean's List 






KRUPSAW, PAUL 


KUO, PERCY 


KUPC HA, RALPH 


KURILICH, FRANCES 


San Diego 


Los Angeles 


Chula Vista 


Fontana 


Political Science 




Political Science 


English 


Alpha Epsilon Pi 




Brum Gold Co, 


tsf:ChaffeyJC 


Pi Sigma Alpha 








Yeomen 








Colloquium 








UniPrep Counselor 








KURIMOTO, SYDNEY 


KURLAND, STUART 


KURZ, JEAN 


KUSMIDER, LAUREN 


Los Angeles 


Modesto 


Oakland 


Allentown. Pa 




Psychology 


Economics 


English 




tsf: Modesto J C 


tsf: UC Davis 


tsf: Bard College 




Phi Sigma Delta 


Sigma Kappa 





KVAAS, ROBERT 


LABOSCHIN, NANCY 


LAIRD, NANCY 


LAMBKIN, LINDA 


Santa Barbara 


Los Angeles 


Pasadena 


Long Beach 


Physics 




History 


Political Science 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 




tsf: Pasadena CC 


Masonic Affiliate Club 


Sigma Pi Sigma 




Phi Kappa Sigma Little 


Pre- Law Society 


Flying Club 




Sister 




Mountaineering Club 




Calif. Republican 
League 
Snow Ski Club 




LANDBERG. NANCY 


LANZER, WILLIAM 


LAPATAUSKAS, 


LARKEY, DEBORAH 


San Jose 


Rutherford, N.J. 


ALDONA 


Fullerton 


Psychology 


Psychology 


Santa Monica 


Psychology 




tsf: UC Berkeley 


Psychology 


Psi Chi 




Psi Chi 


tsf: SMCC 






Water Ski Club 








Intramural Basketball 






LAU,ANN 


LAWLOR.JOEL 


LAWRENCE, JOAN 


LEABOW, ROXAINE 


Gardena 


Glendora 


Burbank 


Los Angeles 


Mathematics 


Public Law 


English 


French 


Stevens House, Pres. 


tsf: UC Berkeley 


tsf: Valley Col. 






237 




LEAR, CYNTHIA 


LEAVITT,JEAN 


LE BLANC, INGRID 


LEE, ANTHONY 


Santa Ana 


Torrance 


Del Mar 


Los Angeles 


Pre- Social Welfare 


Bacteriology 


History 


International Relations 


tsf: Christian Col. 


Rieber Hall 


tsf; Whittier Col. 


Baha'i Club 


Kappa Delta 






Phi Eta Sigma 


Ski Club 








Tutorial Proiect 








UniCamp Board 








LEE, MICHAEL 


LEHR, MARGERY 


LEIB.BARNETTE 


LEUNG, SIMON 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


North Hollywood 


Hong Kong 




Mathematics 


History 


Bacteriology 




Alpha Omicron Pi 


Tutorial Project 






Sigma Alpha lota 







LEVENSON, EDITH 

Los Angeles 
Physical Education, 
Psychology 
tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
People-to-People 
Colloquium 



LEWIS, SHARON E. 

Long Beach 
English 
Delta Phi Upsilon 



LEVIN, NORMAN 

Encino 
Political Science 
Southern Campus 
Sports Ed, 
Band 
Photography Staff 



LEWIS, SHARON L 

Miraleste 
Social Sciences 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Bruinettes 
AWS 



LEVINE, LEONARD 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
tsf: SFVSC 
Zeta Beta Tau 



LIANG, RANTY 

Hong Kong 
Chemistry 
tsf: Whittier Col. 
Epsilon Pi Delta 



LEWIS, DIANNE 

Beverly Hills 
Psychology 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Sabers 
Elections Board 



LIBERMAN, LUIS 

San Jose, Costa Rica 
Economics 

Alpha Kappa Psi.Treas. 
Jefferson House, Pres. 



LIBUSER, LAWRENCE 


LIEBERMAN, MARK 


LIGHT, BONNIE 


LIGHTWINE, 


Santa Monica 


Chicago, III. 


Los Angeles 


VICTORIA 


Psychology 


Psychology- Pre- Dental 


English 


Los Angeles 




Pi Lambda Phi 




English 




Yeomen 




Alpha Phi 

Bruinettes 

Panhellenic 

Scholarship 

Sophomore 

Sweethearts 


LIM, MICHAEL 


LIPSON, KIKI 


LIPTON, MARTIN 


LLOYD, LAWRENCE 


Sacramento 


Encino 


Los Angeles 


Long Beach 


Psychology 


Italian 


Political Science 


Political Science 


Rally Comm. 


Honors Program 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Zeta Beta Tau 




EAP- Italy 


Pi Sigma Alpha 






Alpha Mu Gamma 


Washington 
Internship Program 





LOGAN, FAY 
Los Angeles 
Economics 
Daily Bruin 
Asst- Sports Ed. 
Dean's List 
Rieber Hall Officer 
Varsity Baseball 
Scorekeeper 



LORD, NANCY 

Little Rock, Ark. 
Mathematics 
tsf: Southwestern Univ. 
Zeta Tau Alpha 



LONGPRE, KAREN 
Monrovia 



LOOMOS, DEAN 

Los Angeles 
English 
Beta Theta Pi 
Student WelfareComm 
Blue Key, Vice Pres. 
Kelps 



LOOS. THEODORE 

Palo Alto 
Political Science 



LOUGHEED, 
LINFORD 

Santa Barbara 
International Relations 
Tutorial Project 
Ski Team 



LOUKS, JOHN 

Studio City 
Psychology 
tsf: Univ. of Oregon 
Graduated '67 



LOVALLO, WILLIAM 

Los Angeles 
Psychology 
UniCamp 



238 



LOVE. RICHARD 


LOVELESS. ALAN 


LOVINGER.LONNIE 


LUBIN, SHEILA 


West Covin a 


Palo Alto 


Encino 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


History 




French 


PsiChi 


Phi Kappa Sigma 




tsf: Grenoble Univ. 


Bruin 


Kelps 




Spurs 


Young Democrats 


Golf 




Residence Hall Pres. 


Newman Club 






Tutorial Project 
Ski Club 


LUCCA. DUANE 


LUESCHEN, NANCY 


LUI.ELSONJr, 


LUMSDEN.GUY 


South Gate 


La Habra 


Los Angeles 


Alameda 


Political Science 


English 


Mathematics 


Political Science 


Himalaya House 




tsf; LACC 


Varsity Swimming 


NROTC 






NROTC 


Battalion Commander 









LUNDY.DORIEN 


LUPPI. MICHAEL 


LYMAN, RICHARD 


LYNCH, DANIEL 


Los Angeles 


West Hollywood 


Manhattan Beach 


Los Angeles 


English 


Political Science 


Political Science 


English 


tsf: Li\CC 


Kappa Tau Alpha 


tsf: El CaminoCol. 


Newman Club 




Journalism Award 


Phi Kappa Psi 


Intramural Football 




Pi Sigma Alpha 




Intramural Basketball 




Dean's List 






LYON.VICKI 


LYONS, LAURENCE 


LYTLE, ROBERT 


MABRY. LYNDA 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Riverside 


Los Angeles 


English 


Mathematics, 


Political Science 


Latin American Studies 


tsf: Syracuse Univ. 


Meteorology 


Delta Sigma Phi 


Alpha Mu Gamma 


Alpha Xi Delta 


Phi Epsilon Pi 




Alpha Lambda Delta 


Sabers 


Band 




Phi Gamma Mu 


Panhellenic 


Chi Epsilon Pi 




Sigma Delta Pi 


Ski Club 








MAC DUFF. PATRICIA 


MAC MILLAN. NORMA 


MAGEE, PAMELj^ 


MAHLER, KATHERINE 


Glendale 


Palo Alto 


Pomona 


Ontario 


History 


English 


History 




Kappa Alpha Theta 


tsf: Univ. of Exeter 


tsf: Chapman Col. 




Alpha Lambda Delta 


Mardi Gras Exec. Sec. 


Chi Omega 




Sigma Nu Big Sister 


University Chorus 


Bruin Belles 




Alpha Tau Omega Little 


Citadel House 






Sister 


Residence Hall 
Newspaper Co-Ed. 
Chi Delta Pi 






MAHLOW. PAUL 


MAIENSCHEIN. 


MAJORS. LENORA 


MALCHOW, LYNDA 


Fresno 


JOSEPH 


Los Angeles 


Whittier 


Economics 


San Mateo 


Spanish 


Pre- Physical Therapy 


Zeta Psi Pres 


Mathematics 


Delta Sigma Theta 


Tutorial Project 




tsf: Santa Barbara CC 




Alpha Gamma Omega 




Sigma Chi 




Little Sister 




Marching Band 






MALLET, FRANCINE 


MANDEL, BARBARA 


MANGUS. SHARON 


MANN. ALLAN 


North Hollywood 


Pacoima 


Los Angeles 


Sherman Oaks 


Sociology 


Geography 


Sociology 


Psychology 


Tutorial Project 




tsf: Indiana Univ, 


Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Daily Brum 
Associate Editor 
Order of the 
Golden Brum 


MANN, CHARLES 


MARCUS, KATHLEEN 


MANOV, KAREN 


MARINELLI, HARRY 


Los Angeles 


Santa Monica 


Los Angeles 






Geography 


Anthropology 






Delta Zeta 


East LA Tutorial Project 




Alpha Mu Gamma 


Project Amigos 






239 




MARISSAEL, CAROLE 


MARSHALL, FRANK 


MARSTON, ELLEN 


MARTIN, MAUREEN 


Los Angeles 


Newport Beach 


Redwood City 


Redondo Beach 


French 


Political Science 


Geography 


English 


Alpha Mu Gamma Pres. 


Alpha Tau Omega 


Delta Gamma Pres. 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Prytaneans 


Blue Key, Kelps 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Pi Delta Phi Vice Pres. 


Varsity Soccer 


Little Sister 




1 hratefes Best Pledge 


Inter- Fraternity 






S:;iClub 


Council 
Presidents' Council 






MARTIN, ROBERT 


MARTINEZ, JOHN 


MASON, JOHN 


MASSAGLIA, PAMELA 


Onnda 


Los Angeles 


North Hollywood 


Los Alamitos 


Political Science 


Psychology 


Political Science 


Sociology 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Theta Delta Chi 


Pi Sigma Alpha 


tsf UC Santa Barbara 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


Greek Week 


Senior Class Vice Pres 


Delta Zeta 


Blue Key 


Mardi Gras 


Pre- Law Society 




Frosh Tennis 


Army ROTC 


Honors Program 




MASSOW, KATHERINE 


MASUKAWA, LEONA 


MATALON,RENEE 


MATTHEWS, BARRY 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Burbank 


Inglewood 


Anthropology 


Zoology 


History 


History 




Hershey Hall 




tsf: El CaminoJC 



MATZA, EVALYNN 


MAY, CAROL 


MAYS, WILLIAM 


MC CALLISTER, 


Inglewood 


West Los Angeles 


San Diego 


MYRNA 


History 


Pre-Social Welfare 


Political Science 


Muncie, Ind. 


Sigma Delta Tau 


tsf: UC Berkeley 


CORE 


French 


Sophomore 


Alpha Delta Chi 


Intramural Track 


Alpha Chi Omega 


Sweethearts 




Gifted Students Forun- 


1 Alpha Lamda Delta 


UniPrep Counselor 






Alpha Mu Gamma 
Regents Scholar 
EAP-Bordeaux 
Dean's List 
Honors Program 


MC CARTY, 


MCCLAIN, JERRY 


MCDOWELLJOHN 


MCENTEER, 


CONSTANCE 


Pasadena 


Los Altos 


WILLIAM Jr. 


Pacoima 


Political Science 


Economics 


Menio Park 


Political Science 


Sigma Nu 


tsf: Foothill Col 


Psychology 


Beaucatcher House, 


Ten Outstanding 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


tsf. San Jose State Col. 


Hedrick Hall 


Juniors 


Blue Key 


Chaos House, 




Varsity Baseball 


Dean's List 


Vice Pres., Treas. 




Blue Key Vice Pres. 


Intramural Council 


Varsity Rugby 




Spring Sing 






MC EWEN, DAVID 


MCFARLAND, MARY 


MCGINNIS, 


MCGUIRE, KAY 


Ontario 


Arcadia 


CATHERINE 




Political Science 


Spanish 


Piedmont 




Theta Delta Chi 


Alpha Xi Delta 


Sociology 




AFROTC 




tsf: UC Santa Barbara 




Band 




Tutorial Project 




Arnold Air Society 




FAMACS 





MC HUGH, JOHN 


MCKESSON, LESLEY 


MCKNIGHT, BONNIE 


MC LAREN, NANCY 


Encino 


San Diego 


Stockton 


Woodland Hills 


Political Science 


Bacteriology 


Sociology 


Physical Education 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Tutorial Proiect 


Chi Omega 


Chi Omega 


Pi Sigma Alpha 


Dkystra Hall 


Elections Board 


Shell and Oar, Pres 


Vice Pres. 


Publicity Chmn. 


Alpha Tau Omega 


Delta Tau Delta 


UCLAmigos 


UniCamp 


Little Sister 


Little Sister 


URA Mountaineers 








URA Soccer 








MCMULLIN, ROBERT 


MC PHERSON, 


MC SWEENEY, 


MC WAID, KATHLEEN 


Woodland Hills 


BONNIE 


KATHLEEN 


Los Angeles 


Slavic Languages 


Hermosa Beach 


Studio City 


Social Science 


tsf: Pierce CC 


Anthropology 


English-Speech 


Kapp Delta 


Alpha Gamma Omega 


tsf: San Diego State 


Kappa Alpha Theta 


Shell and Oar 


Alpha Mu Gamma 




Chi Delta Pi, Sec. 


Anchors 


URA Slavic Club 






Sigma Pi Little Sister 


Brum Christian 








Fellowship 









240 



MEDINA, 


MELENDEZ, ROMEC 


1 MELNICK, ROSALIND 


MENDELSOHN, 


AUGUSTIN JR 


El Salvador 


North Hollywood 


LESLIE 


San Bernardino 


Zoology 


English, Speech 


San Marino 


Political Science 


Alpha Phi Omega 




Hebrew 


Phi Eta Sigma 


LIFE 






Pi Sigma Alpha 


Lions Club 






UMAS 








Karate Club 








MENN, ROBERTA 


MERSITS, LYNN 


METAMEDI.SHAHLA 


MEYER, BARBARA 


Troy, NY, 


Whittier 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


History 


English 




English 


Sophomore 


Concert Band 






Sweethearts 


Anchors 






Sabers 


Navy Color Girl 







MICHINO, MORIYASU 



MIELE.CECILIA 

Los Angeles 
English 
tsf: LACC 



MILICOV.JOYCE 

Los Angeles 
English 

Phi Sigma Sigma 
Chi Delta Pi 
Homecoming 
Mardi Gras 



MILLER, DAVID 

North Hollywood 
Political Science 



MILLER, KAREN 


MILLER, PAMELA 


MILLER, ROLLIE 


MILLER. SHIRLEY 


New York, NY. 


Fullerton 


Los Angeles 


Inglewood 


Psychology 


History 


Zeta Psi 


History 


Psi Chi 


UniCamp 




tsf: El Camino JC 


Tutorial Project 


Spring Sing 
Mardi Gras 




Anchors 



MILLER, SUSAN 

Los Angeles 
Psychology 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Sophomore 
Sweethearts 
Frosh Senate 



MISAWA, NANCY 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Psychology 



MINDLING, GAYLE 

Los Gatos 
SSET 
Gamma Phi Beta 



MISITY, DAVID 

Los Angeles 
History 



MINNEY, CYNTHIA 

Newport Beach 
Psychology 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Delta Gamma 
Intercollegiate 
Women's Volleyball 
Frosh Camp Counselor 
Sophomore 
Class Council 



MITCHELL, EMILY 

Whittier 
Sociology 
tsf: Whittier Col. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Little Sister 
Shell and Oar 
Honors Program 



MINTZ, MARSHALL 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
Pi Sigma Alpha 



MITCHELL, SANDRA 

Encino 
Psychology 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Tutorial Project 



MIYAMOTO, JUNE 



MITCHELL, SHIRLEY MIYAJI, ROGER 

Gary, Ind. Los Angeles Los Angeles 

Mathematics English Italian 

tsf: Indiana Univ. tsf: Univof NotreDame Alpha Mu Gamma 

Daily Brum EAP-Padua 

Judo Club 

Cinema Club 

URC Social Issues 

Conference 



MIYAMOTO, ROBERT 

Culver City 
Mathematics 



MOCK, SUSAN MOCK, VICKI ANN 

Van Nuys Los Angeles 

English English 

tsf: Lewisand Clark Col. Honors Program 



MOHRMAN.MARY 

Los Angeles 
English 

University Chorus 
Collegium Musicum 



MONAHAN, ALISON 
Manhattan Beach 
SSET 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Delta Gamma 





MONTIZ.ERIKA 


MOOMAW, JANE 


MOON, RONALD 


MOONEY, PATRICIA 


Los Angeles 


Santa Ana 


Los Angeles 


Palos Verdes Estates 


Political Science 


Enghsti 


Physical Education 


English 


tsfSFV State Col 


tsf: Santa Ana JC 


tsf: LACC 


tsf: Long Beach CC 


Alptia Epsilon Phi 


Delta Delta Delta 


Scuba Club Vice Pres. 


Alpha Delta Pi 




Chimes 


Surfing Club 






Bruin Belles 






MORAN, PATRICK 


MOREHEAD, 


MORGENS. SADIE 


MORIHARA, BYRON 


Costa Mesa 


ANTOINETTE 


Redlands 


Long Beach 


Geograptly 


Leaksville. N.C. 


French 


History 


tsf Orange Coast JC 


Psychology 


Phi Delta Phi 




Varsity Crew Capt. 


Alpha Kappa Alpha 


UMAS 




Rowing Club Pres. 









MORONEY, CHERYL 


MORRIS, PATRICIA 


MORRISON, 


MORRISON, 


Los Angeles 


Temple City 


MARGARET 


RICHARD 




Physical Education 


Upland 


San Pedro 




tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


English 






Alpha Omicron Pi Pres- 


tsf: Univ. of Conn. 






Panhellenic Council 


Chi Omega 






Anchors 






MORROW, MICHAEL 


MOSS, ROBERT 


MOSSBERG.CARL 


MOULTON, 


Hollywood 


Johnstown, Pa. 


La Canada 


MARJORIE 


Psychology 


Psychology 


Chemistry 


Hillsborough 


Army ROTC 


Alpha Epsilon Pi Pres. 


tsf: Glendale Col. 


English 


Mountaineers 


Blue Key 




Alpha Phi Pres. 


Computer Club 


Varisty Yell Leader 




Alpha Lamda Delta 


Brum Christian 


Yoemen 






Fellowship 


Freshman Crew 






Crosscountry 








MULFORD,JEFFREY 


MUNK.JUDITH 


MURAKAMI, DIANE 


MURDOCK, NANCY 


Palo Alto 


Burbank 


Gardena 


San Pedro 


H istory 


History 


Anthropology 


Sociology 




tsf: SFV State Col. 


Theta Kappa Phi 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Rieber Hall Sec. 
Rieber Hall Honorary 



MYERLY, LUCIE 


NASH, LARRY 


NATHANSON, PHILIP 


NEELY, WILLIAM 


Beirut, Lebanon 


Northridge 


Altadena 


Riverside 


French 


History 


Economics 


Sociology 


Alpha Mu Gamma 


Sigma Pi 


tsf: Pasadena CC 


tsf: UC Riverside 






Omicron Delta Epsilon 


Rieber Hall Floor Pres., 






Dean's List 


Treas 






Honors Program 


Rieber Hall Honorarium 






Rieber Hall, Treas, 


Res. Hall 
Visitation Comm. 


NELLIS, BRYAN 


NELLIS, MICHEL 


NELSON, BETTY 


NELSON, DAVID 


Ontario 


Ontario 


San Bernardino 


Granada Hills 


Psychology 


History 


English 


Political Science 


Intramural Sports 


tsf: use 


tsf: San Bernardino 


Theta Delta Chi 


Tutorial Proiect 




Valley Col. 
Hednck Hall 
House Advisor 




NELSON, JANET 


NELSON, JOSEPH 


NETTER, LINDA 


NEWMAN, LAURA 


Granada Hills 


Encino 


Los Angeles 


Beverly Hills 


German 


Political Science 


Anthropology 


Zoology 




tsf:Uniu.of Utah 


Mortar Board 


tsf: Univ. of Illinois 




Pi Sigma Alpha 


Prytaneans 


Phrateres, Hist. 




LDSSA 


Tean Opportunities 


World of Travel, 






Program 


E;<ec. Comm. 






Alpha Lamda Delta 


Homecoming Parade 






Pi Gamma Mu 


Comm. 



242 



NIMMO, ALICE 


NISSEN. DONNA 


NORMAN, DONALD 


NOSKIN, MARSHA 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


El Cajon 




History 




English 




Delta Phi Epsilon 




Alpha Epsilon Phi 




Daily Bruin Advertising 




Vice Pres. 




Horsebackriding Club 




Mardi Gras 
Exec. Comm, 
Sophorriore 
Sweethearts 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Sweetheart 


NOVICK. NATALIE 


NOZERO, VICTORIA 


NUSSBAUM, 


OBERTINO, 


San Pedro 


Anaheim 


RICHARD 


CONSTANCE 


Sociology 


History 


Psychology 


Kansas City 


Tutorial Project 


Washington 


Honors Program 


English 


Daily Bruin 


Internship Program 


Psi Chi 


tsf: Univ, of Missouri 
Alpha Comma Delta 



O'CONNOR, 


OGDEN, GREGORY 


OKAZAKI, MAVIS 


OKUDA, NOBUKO 


GERALDINE 


Glendale 


Los Angeles 


Hawthorne 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 


History 


Physical Education 


History 


tsf;GlendaleJC 
Alpha Gamma Omega 
Pres, 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Chi Alpha Delta 



OLEY.JARLATH 


OLMERT, CAROL 


OLSON, KAREN 


OLSON, KATHERINE 


Los Angeles 


San Francisco 


Los Angeles 


Encino 


History 


Pre- Social Welfare 


Psychology 


History 




tsf: UC Davis 


tsf: SMCC 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 




Rally Comm 




Pi Beta Phi 




Intramural Program 








Hillel 







ORSWELL, KATHRYN 

Pasadena 
Sociology 
tsf: Pasadena CC 
Delta Gamma 



OWASHI, KATHLEEN PACKER, SUSAN 



San Diego 
SSET 

Theta Kappa Phi 
Nisei Brum Club 
Tutorial Project 



Los Angeles 
English 
Alpha Lambda Delta 



PALMQUIST, TERRY 

Orinda 
Political Science 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Brumettes 
Brum Belles 
Little Sisters of Minerva 



PANG, HENRY 


PANICH,SHARILYN 


PAPER, RONNA 


PARK, JAMES 


Los Angeles 


Burbank 


Stockton 


Chino 


Zoology 


English 


Pre- Social Welfare 


Psychology 


tsf: LACC 




tsf: UC Berkeley 


tsf: Mt. San Antonio JC 


Epsilon Pi Delta 




Alpha Epsilon Phi 


Sigma Pi 


Nisei Bruin Club 




Sailing Club 

Dean's List 

Denim Dolls 

Publicity 

and Public Relations 

Social Dance Club 




PARK, SUSAN 


PARKER, MICHAEL 


PARKS, JAMES 


PARNAVELAS,JOHN 


Evanston, III. 


Los Angeles 


El Varano 


Veria, Greece 


History 






Physics 


tsf: Northwestern Univ. 






tsf: SMCC 


Southern Campus 








Copy Ed. 








International Week 








'67 Chmn. 








Kerckhoff Kommandos 








PARSONS, RODNEY 


PASCOE, DENNIS 


PASHALIDES, 


PAYNE, TERRI 


Fullerton 


Los Angeles 


JOANNE 


San Pedro 


Economics 


Psychology 


La Habra 


English 


Sigma Chi 


Navy ROTC 


History 


Dean's List 


Band, Financial Mgr. 




tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Tutorial Project 






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i^^^^.^ 




PEARLMAN, DANIEL 


PENA, JORGE 


PERKINS, LAWRENCE 


PERRIN, ISABELLA 


Los Angeles 


Havana, Cuba 


Redwood City 


Inglewood 


Psychology 


Psychology 


Economics 


Italian 




tsf: Nevada 


tsf: Col. of San Mateo 


tsf: Mt. St. Mary's Col 




Southern Univ. 


Theta Delta Chi 


Alpha Phi 




Cuban Club Pres. 








Chaos House Cultural 








Commissioner 








Honors Program 






PERRIN, KATHLEEN 


PESETSKI, 


PETTINGELL, 


PETTIT. ELLEN 


Northrldge 


LAWRENCE 


SONDRA 


Los Angeles 


Geography, English 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 




Alpha Omicron Pi 


History 


English 






Triangle 


tsf: Pasadena CC 






Intramural Football 








All-Stars 








Newman Club 






PFAFF, PAULA 


PHILIPS, GALE 


PHILLIPS, EVELYN 


PHILLIPS, KEITH 


Hawthorne 


Long Beach 


Los Angeles 


Van Nuys 


Mathematics 


Geography 


French 


Political Science 


Alpha Xi Delta Pres. 


Gamma Phi Beta Pres. 


Alpha Gamma Omega 




Mortar Board 


Mortar Board Vice Pres 


Little Sister 




Prytaneans 


AWS Woman 






Lambda Chi Alpha 


of the Month 






Crescent 


Alpha Lambda Delta 






Sabers Treas- 


Pres. 






Alpha Lambda Delta 


Prytaneans Vice Pres 
Bruinettes 






PHILLIPS, RICHARD 


PI NNELL, PAMELA 


POLITO, ROSEMARY 


POLIZZI.NICK 


Van Nuys 


Los Angeles 


Chicago, III. 


Gardena 


English 


Spanish 


Pre- Social Welfare 


Geography 




Delta Gamma 


tsf: Pasadena CC 


Sigma Pi 




Honors Program 


Horseback Riding Club 


Yeomen 




Prytaneans 


Sabers 


Circle K Pres. 




Mortar Board 


Brum 


Frosh Council 




Cal Club 


Young Republicans 


Homecoming 






Masonic Affiliate Club 


Publicity Comm 






Pre- Law Society 




PONDICK. JANET 


PONEDEU SUSAN 


POUDER, BRUCE 


PRELLE, KAREN 


Covma 


Los Angeles 


Newport Beach 


Glendale 


History 


Sociology 


History 


Geography 


tsf: Cal Poly State Col. 








Tutorial Project 








Ski Club 








PRENSKY, WILLIAM 


PRESCOTT, FRENCH 


PRESTON, ALVA 


PREUSS. EILEEN 


Mexico City 


Los Angeles 


Malibu 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


History 


Psychology 


English 


tsf: Univ. of the 


Chi Omega 


Psi Chi 




Americas 








Honors Program 








National Science 








Foundation Fellow 








Brain Research Inst 








Fellow 








PROSSER. DORIS 


PUTERMAN. HANA 


QUINT. CAROLE 


RAGGHIANTI 


Burbank 


Ramat Gan. Israel 


Los Angeles 


San Rafael 


Speech 


Economics 


English 




tsf: Emerson Col. 


tsf: SFV State Col. 


Phi Sigma Sigma 




Hedrick Hall 








Spring Smg 








RAMEY, BEATRICE 


RAND. CAROLE 


RAND. MICHAEL 


RAY, BARBARA 


Los Angeles 


Granada Hills 


Studio City 


Baldwin Park 


Sociology 


English 


English 


English 


Delta Sigma Theta 


Delta Zeta 


tsf LA Valley JC 


Gamma Phi Beta 




Sabers 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


Sigma Pi Little Sister 




Young Republicans 


Flying Club 






Alpha Sigma Phi 








Little Sisters 







244 



RAZAVI.HOSSEIN 



READER, SANDRA 

Los Angeles 
Anthropology 



REDMOND, REGENA 

Spokane, Wash. 
Psychology 
tsf; Victor Valley Col. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Treas. 



REHM,VICKI 
Los Angeles 



REICH, JACQUELINE REINHARD, ROBERT REINHARDT, 



Santa Ana 
Social Science 



RHODES, LINDA 

Long Beach 
French 

EAR- Bordeaux 
Dykstra Hall 
Social Chmn. 



La Canada 
Psychology, 
Mathematics 
Brum Veterans 
Christian Science Org. 
Circle K 

Masonic Affiliate Club 
Pledge Class Pres. 



RICHARDSON, 
BETTY LOU 

Pacific Palisades 
Political Science 



MARGARET 

Arcadia 
Anthropology 
Westwood House. 
Hednck Hall 



RICHARDSON, 

CHARLES 
Philosophy 
tsf Compton JC 
Pre- Law Society 



REYNOLDS, MARILYN 

Downey 
Physical Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Brumettes 
Brum Belles 



RICHMAN.MAXINE 

Los Angeles 
Economics 



RIDER, HANS 


RILEY. LEONARD 


RITCHIE, CHERIE 


RITZ, MICHAEL 


San Diego 


Bradley Beach. N.J. 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


Mathematics 






NROTC 


Wesley Found. Pres. 
Hedrick Hall Judicial 
Board Admin. 
Inter- Residence Hall 
Judicial Board 






RIVARD, PATRICIA 


ROBBINS.JOSEPH 


ROBERTS.VIRGIL 


RODRIGUEZ, 


Santa Ana 


Coronado 


Ventura 


VICTORIA 


English 


English 


Political Science 


Canoga Park 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


tsf;NMMI 


tsf: Ventura Col. 


SSET 


Retarded Children's 


Sigma Nu 


Pi Sigma Alpha 




Tutorial Proiect 


NROTC 






Women's Week 








Art Comm. 








ROOKE, JAMES 


ROSATI, MARIO 


ROSE, LORRAINE 


ROSEN, STEVEN 


Tustin 


Walnut Creek 


West Covina 


Los Angeles 


Physics 


History 


SSET 


Pre- Physical Therapy 


Regents Scholar 




Chi Omega 


Varsity Fencing 


Sigma Pi Sigma Sec. 






Tutorial Proiect 
Honors Program 



ROSENBERG, 
SOPHIE 

Los Angeles 
French 



ROSENBLATT, SALLY ROSENBLOOM. ALMA ROSENFELD, 



Los Angeles 
Biological Illustration 
Delta Phi Epsilon, Pres 



Los Angeles 
History 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Daily Brum 
Young Democrats 
University Orchestra 



LAWRENCE 

Los Angeles 
English 
tsf UC Santa Barbara 



ROSENTHAL. ALLAN 


ROSENTHAL, MIRIAM 


ROSENTSWEIG, 


ROSMAN, DALIA 


^^^^^^^^H 


Van Nuys 


Huntington Park 


STEVEN 


Los Angeles 


^^^^^^^^H 


Political Science 


Political Science 


Los Angeles 


Anthropology 


^^^^^^^^J 


Phi Sigma Alpha 




Mathematics 


tsf: LACC 


■Pf**!* 


Yeomen 






Alpha Mu Gamma 


I^V Jif 


Debating Squad 








r V;;^^^ 


Sailing Club 








^ki 




245 




ROSS. ANDREA 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
Sigma Delta Tau 



ROSS, RICHARD 

Sherman Oaks 
History 

Pi Lambda Phi, Pres. 
Yeomen, Vice Pres. 
IFC 



ROSVALL, WALLACE 

Los Angeles 
History 



ROTHMAN. MARCIE 

Woodland Hills 
Political Science 



ROTH, STEPHANA 

Redlands 
English 

Gamma Phi Beta 
Mortar Board 
UniCamp Board 
Daily Brum News, 
Campus Editor 
Graduated Cum Laude 



RUTLEDGE, SHEILA RYAN, JOHN 
Los Angeles San Mateo 

Geography Political Science 

Alpha Xi Delta 
Phrateres 
Rally Committee 
Senior Rally Committee 



ROTH, SHEILA 

Livingston, N.J. 
Latin American Studies 
Alpha Mu Gamma 
Spanish Club 
Latin Am. Studies Club 



ROWE, REBECCA RUSSELL, JANE 

Covina Shandon 

SSET English 

tsf: Mt. San Antonio Col. Ski Club 

Newman Club Spring Sing Comm. 

Homecoming Comm. 
Sproul Hall Floor 
Controller 



SALKIN,LYNN 
Los Angeles 
French 
Pi Delta Phi 
Alpha Mu Gamma 



SALVA, CAROL 

Fair Oaks 
Political Science 
tsf: Chapman Col. 
Ski Club 
Sailing Club 



SACHAU.KURT 
Hermosa Beach 
History 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Varsity Wrestling 
Kelps 



SALZMAN, KENNETH 

Van Nuys 
Psychology 
tsf: SFVSC 
Theta Delta Chi 
Alpha Phi Omega, 
Brum Bear '56, '67 



SACKS, TESSA 

Fullerton 
History 

tsf: Cal State Fullerton 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Tutorial Project 
Mardi Gras 



SANDELL.JOEL 

Los Angeles 
Economics 



SANDS, N.RICHARD 


SANFORD, CLARICE 


SASAKI, YOUJI 


SATCADELE 


Glendale 


Los Angeles 


Yochiho, Japan 


Cerritos 


History 


History 


Sociology 


History 


Acacia 


Alpha Kappa Alpha 


tsf: Keio Univ., Japan 


tsf: Cerritos Col. 


Alpha Mu Gamma 




Graduated '67 




Young Republicans 








LDS Student Assoc. 









SAUNDERS, SUSAN 

Palo Alto 
Sociology 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Sailing Club 



SAWYER, CANDIDA 

Encino 
Anthropology 
tsf: UC Santa Barbara 



SAXE, SUSAN 

Sherman Oaks 
Psychology 
Psi Chi 



SAYLOR, BRUCE 

Lancaster 
Zoology 



SCHARF, MARTIN 
North Hollywood 



SCHECTER, HOWARD 
Los Angeles 



SCHER.LES 
Palo Alto 



SCHIFF, IRENE 

Beverly Hills 
Slavic Languages 
Alpha Mu Gamma 
Student Cultural 
Comm, Chrmn of 
Concerts 

Mardi Gras Comm, 
Chrmn of Campus 
Decorations 



SCHLOSSBERG, 
KENNETH 

Canoga Park 
Philosophy 



SCHNEIDER. 
TIMOTHY 
Whittier 
Political Science 
tsf Portland St Col 
Kappa Sigma 



SCHETTLER,LEANNE 

Escondido 
History 

tsf Palomar JC 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Chimes 
Tutorial Project 



SCHON. JANET 

Burlmgame 
English 
Chi Omega 



246 



SCHREIBMAN, 


SCHREIBMAN, MYRL 


SCHROTE,AVA 


SCHULMAN, GEORGE 


LAURA 




Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Beverly Hills 






Political Science 


Psychology 






Rally Comm. 


Sigma Delta Tau 






Mardi Gras Comm. 


Alpha Lambda Delta 








PsiChi 








Univ. Honors Program 








Psych Honors Program 








SCHWAB, MARVIN 


SCHWARTZ, 


SCHWARTZ, JOAN 


SCHWARTZ, LLOYD 


Alhambra 


BERNARD 


New York, NT. 


Palms 


Zoology 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 




LIFE 


Psychology 








SCHWIMMER, 


SCOTT, ROBERT 


SCOTT, SHERYL 


SCOVILLE, CAROL 


MARTIN 


Ontario 


Oakland 


Torrance 


Los Angeles 


Economics 


Spanish 


English 


Psychology 


tsf: Chaffey Col. 


Alpha Kappa Alpha 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


Himalaya House 




Angel Flight 





IP '-'I 




^i^^4 



SCULLY, MARY ANN 


SEARS, RICHARD 


SEDLER, ROSS 


SEIDL, GERARD 


Burbank 


San Mateo 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


Los Angeles 


Sociology 


History 


Botany 


Political Science 




Alpha Epsilon Pi 


Sigma Alpha Mu 


Theta Delta Chi 




Intramural Football, 




Blue Key 




Sierra 




Greek Week Chmn. '68 
Distinguished 
Military Student 


SELLERS, PAMELA 


SENG, BARBARA 


SERENY, JOSEPH 


SHAFER, SUZANNE 


Sunland 


Altadena 


Haifa, Israel 


North Hollywood 


Political Science 


English 


Chemistry 


Physical Education 


Daily Bruin 


Kappa Delta 


Alpha Chi Sigma 


Dean's List 


UniCamp 


Anchors 


ISO 


Bruin Christian 


Prytaneans 


Mardi Gras Comm. 


Honors Program 


Fellowship 




Panhellenic 




Mardi Gras Chmn. 
Women's Intramural 
Track and Field 
Championship Team 


SHAND, CANDACE 


SHANEDLING,JOAN 


SHANKS, MARTHA 


SHANTON, STACEY 


La Habra 


Beverly Hills 


Northridge 


Avalon 


Political Science 


Political Science 


English 


English 


Alpha Phi 


Sigma Delta Tau 






Angel Flight 


Vice Pres., Sec. 






Shell and Oar 


Spring Sing '67 






Mardi Gras Comm, 


Dean's List 






Homecoming Comm. 


Spring Sing Ejiec. Bd. 






Theta Delta Chi 








Little Sister 








Pi Sigma Alpha 








SHAPIRO, 


SHAPIRO, NORMA 


SHATUN, BONNIE 


SHAW, MARY 


GRETCHEN 


North Hollywood 


Los Angeles 


Arcadia 


Madison, Wis. 


English 




English 


Philosophy 






Anchors 


tsf; Univ. of Wisconsin 






Delta Phi Upsilon 




SHEKOYAN,MARY 


SHIBATA,GENE 


SHINKAI.JOAN 


SHOJLKENT 


Fresno 


Indio 


Los Angeles 


Sepulveda 


English 


Mathematics 


English 


Zoology 
Sigma Pi 
Dykstra Award 
Yeomen 
Frosh Senate 
Soph Senate 
Homecoming Comm. 



247 




SHULMAN. DEEDEE 


SIGAFOOS, JAMES 


SIGLER, DIANNE 


SILVER, HELENE 


Fresno 


Los Angeles 


Sherman Oaks 


Piedmont 


Psychology 


History 
tsf:SMCC 
Theta Xi 
NROTC 


English 





SIMMONS, SCOTT 

Hollywood 
Structural Engineering 
ESUC 

Hedrick Hall, 
Bowery House Pres., 
Social Comm. 
Dorm All-Star 
Football Team 



SINGER, MICHAEL 

Los Angeles 
Psychology 



SKOLICH,DAVE 

Compton 
Mathematics 
tsf: Compton Col. 



SMITH, CAROLINE 

Berkeley 
Anthropology 
tsf; UC Santa Barbara 
Alpha Delta Pi, UCSB 
EAP-Lund, Sweden 
California 

Republican League 
Chimes 
Angel Flight 

SMITH, PAULA 

El Centre 
Spanish 
tsf: Imperial Valley JC 



SIMON, THERESE 

Larkspur 
Political Science 
tsf: UC Berkeley 



SINGERMAN,CARL 

Los Angeles 
Zoology 

Gifted Students 
Program 
Honors Program 
Dean's List 
Scuba Club 



SKOLNICK, 
GEORGETTE 
Los Angeles 
Physical Education 
Dean's Honor List 
Phys. Ed.Jr. Rep. 
Rally Comm. 



SMITH, DAVID 

Sun Valley 
Physics 

Himalaya House 
Sigma Pi Sigma, Treas. 



SMITH, THOMAS 

Ventura 
Political Science 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Kelps 

Varsity Rugby 
Frosh Swimming 



SOMERVILLE, SUSAN SONNTAG, ALBERT 



Arcadia 
English 

tsf: Pasadena CC, 
UC Santa Barbara 



Northridge 
History 
Honors Program 



SPECTOR, LOIS 

Los Angeles 
English 



SPELLMAN, JUDITH 

Woodland Hills 
English 



SIMONIAN, 
MARGARET 
Physical Education 



SIVERSON, PAM 
Belmont 



SLOAN, GARY 
Los Angeles 



SMITH, DONALD 

Reseda 
Chemistry 
Alpha Chi Sigma 



SNELL, DIANE 

Glendale 
History 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Delta Gamma 
Brum Belles 



SOUTHWORTH, 
PAMELA 

San Leandro 
Political Science 
tsf: Cal State Hayward 
Masonic Affiliate Club 
Christian Science Org 



SPEZIALE, ROBERT 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
Varsity Crew 
Varsity Fencing 
Chi Delta Pi 



SIMONIS,JONE 
Santa Barbara 



SKAGGS, KENNETH 

Scotia 
Economics 

Alpha Kappa Psi Pres. 
Sports Car Club 
Vice Pres. 
Dykstra Hall Pres., 
Summer Sessions 



SMITH, BARBARA 

Los Angeles 
SSET 



SMITH, MICHAEL 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Music 

A Capella Choir 
University Chorus 
Spring Chorale '67 



SOBEL, JEFFREY 

Beverly Hills 
English 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Tutorial Project 
Honors Program 
Chi Delta Pi 



SPATZ, ELIZABETH 

Los Angeles 
Psychology 
tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Alpha Chi Omega 

Los Angeles 
Psychology 
tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Homecoming 
Exec Comm. '67 

SPONENBERG, 
SUSAN 

Norman, Okla. 
French 
Pi Beta Phi 
EAP- Bordeaux 



248 



STAFFORD, CHARLES 


STAHL, JERRY 


STAHL, VIRGINIA 


STANDIFER, 


Long Beach 


Phoenix. Ariz. 


West Los Angeles 


PATRICIA 


Political Science 


Mathematics 


Political Science 


Los Angeles 


Pre-Legal Society 




Alpha Delta Pi 


Sociology 


Dykstra Hall Assembly 




Brum Belles 




Sierra House Vice Pres., 




Spring Sing Chrmn. 




Judicial Board Member 




Finance Comm. 




Intramural Sports 




Homecoming Exec. 

Comm. 

Spring Sing Exec. 

Comm, VIP Chrmn. 




STANDRIDGE, LINDA 


STARKWEATHER, 


STEIMAN, AUDREY 


STEIN, JANE 


Monterey Park 


CYNTHIA 


North Hollywood 


Williston Park, NY, 


Individual Field of 


Atherton 


English 


Psychology 


Concentration 


History 




tsf: NY State Col. at 


tsf: Cal State at LA 


Chi Omega 




New Paltz 


L & S Honors Program 


Women's Week 




Alpha Mu Gamma 


Chimes 


UniCamp Drive 




Spring Sing 


Mortar Board 






Mardi Gras 


Pre-Legal Society, 






Homecoming Comm. 


Founder 








Senior Class, Pres. 








STEIN, RICHARD 


STEINBERG, 


STEINMAN, PATRICIA 


STENEN, DIANA 


Los Angeles 


ROBERTA 


Santa Barbara 


Brea 


Psychology 


North Hollywood 


Spanish 


Psychology 


Mardi Gras Publicity 


Social Sciences 


tsf: Brigham Young 


Delta Gamma 




Tutorial Project 


Univ. 


Brum Belles, Vice Pres 




Chimes 


Kappa Delta 


Mortar Board 






Anchors 


Dean's List 






AWS Social Comm. 


Alpha Lambda Delta 






Alpha Mu Gamma 


Prytaneans 






Brum Young 


Chimes 






Republicans 


Spurs 


STEVENS, KAREN 


STEWART, GORDON 


STEWART, SUSAN 


STOCKTON, 


Glendora 


La Ha bra 


Santa Ana 


RICHARD 


Chemistry 


Psychology 


Mathematics 


Hollywood 




Alpha Tau Omega 




History 
tsf: LACC 
Naval ROTC 
Conning Tower 


STONE, TONI 


STRAMPE, LINDA 


STRIBLEY, 


STROMBERG, 


NevK York City, NY 


Arcadia 


ADRIENNE 


MARGARET 


Psychology 


English 


Lindsay 


Balboa 


tsf: NevK York Univ, 


Kappa Kappa Gamma 


Sociology 


History 


Delta Phi Epsilon 




tsf: Col.oftheSequoias 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


PsiChi 




Alpha Delta Chi, 


Alpha Delta Pi-UCSB 


Honors Program 




Vice Pres 


Tutorial Project 


Hershey Hall, Judicial 




Tutorial Project 




Bd, Administrator, 




Sports Car Club 




Activities Chrmn. 








Tutorial Project 








STUART, GAIL 


STUART, SUSAN 


STUEBER.RENEE 


STUMP, PHILLIP 


Torrance 


Whittier 


Westchester 


San Diego 


English 


English 


Anthropology 


History 


Tutorial Project 


tsf: Cal St, Fullerton 


Chi Omega 


tsf: LA Valley Col. 




Chi Omega 


Varsity Song Girl 

Brum Belles 

One of Ten Best 

Dressed Coeds 

Homecoming Queen 

Finalist 

A Capella Choir 




SUBURU, DANIEL 


SUED, AARON 


SUFFIN, STEPHEN 


SURFAS, BARBARA 


Bakersfield 


New York City, NY 


Long Beach 


Los Angeles 


Geography 


History 


Zoology 


Sociology 


Campus Crusade 


tsf: Kingsborough 






For Christ 


Community Col. 







SWALLOW, LANNY 
Manhattan Beach 
Mathematics 



SWEET, ELAINE 

Los Angeles 
Psychology 
Psi Chi 
Rally Comm. 



SWITZER, MAIDA 

Sylmar 
SSET 

Chi Omega 
AWS Fashion Board 
Head Song Girl, '66,'67 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Little Sister 



SYMONDS,GARY 
Washington, DC. 
Political Science 




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TAKAKI, CAROLE 


TANAKA.ORIAN 


TANAKA.TOSHIYUKI 


TANG, SALLIE 


Gardena 


Harbor City 


Torrance 


Los Angeles 


English 


Political Science 


Chemistry 


Bacteriology 


tsf; BakersfieldJC 


tsf: Univ. of 
San Francisco 
AROTC 







^1 /: 




TANIGUCHI, 


TANNEY, MAXINE 


TARICA, SAMUEL 


TARSEY, LISA 


DOROTHY 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Beverly Hills 


Thermal 


Anthropology 


Zoology 


English 


Biological Illustration 


UniCamp Board 


Life, Vice Pres. 


Chi Delta Pi, Pres. 


UniCamp 


Bruinettes 




Monte Carlo Queen 


Project Discovery 






Finalist 

Sigma Alpha Mu Little 

Sisters, Pres. 

Representative to 

ASUCLA Speakers 

Bureau 


TAVETIAN, ROBERT 


TENNESEN, THOMAS 


THACKARA, WILLIAM 


THAYER, MARY 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


La Canada 


Ventura 


English 


English 


Economics 


Sociology 


tsf: Fullerton JC 


Phi Gamma Delta, Pres. 




tsf: Ventura Col. 


Marching and 


Kelps 




Sproul Hall Residents' 


Concert Bands 






Assn. 



THOMAS, MACK 


TIBBETTS, MARK 


TRANDEM,TONNI 


TREIMAN, DAVID 


Costa Mesa 


Stamford, Conn. 


Covina 


Los Angeles 


International Relations 


Economics 


Sociology 


International Relations 


Lambda Chi Alpha 


tsf: UC Riverside 




Model United Nations, 


Arnold Air Society 






Pres. 

Pi Sigma Alpha 
Pi Gamma Mu 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Sailing Club 


TROEGER, GARY 


TROUT, PATRICIA 


TURCIOS, LUIS 


TURNER, PAMELA 


Los Angeles 


Bakersfield 


San Salvador, 


Inglewood 


Physics 


Spanish 


El Salvador 


Psychology 


Sigma Pi Sigma 


Kappa Delta 


Political Science 


Psi Chi 


Ski Club 


Tutorial Project 


tsf: Univ. of El Salvador 






Mardi Gras Comm. 


Varsity Soccer 
Spanish Center 
Judo Club 
Photo Club 




UCHIDA,JOAN 


UCUZOGLU, FRAN 


UHRIK, GEOFFREY 


UJIIE,TSUNEO 


Los Angeles 


Inglewood 


Los Angeles 


Paia, Maui, Hawaii 


Physical Science- 


History 


Zoology 


History 


Mathematics 


Sigma Delta Tau 


Rieber Hall, 7th Floor 




Theta Kappa Phi 


Soph. Sweethearts 


NevKman Club 




Bruinettes 


Dean's List 


LIFE 




Nisei Brum Club 


Alpha Tau Omega 
Little Sister 
UniPrep Counselor 


Boat and Ski Club 




UNELL, ELLEN 


UNO.TORU 


URNER, MARLENE 


VANDEGRIFT, 


Los Angeles 


Japan 


Fall brook 


ROGER 


English 


International Relations 


History 


Pacific Palisades 


Homecoming Exec. 


tsf: Univ. of Minnesota 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


Mathematics 


Comm, Sec. 




Shell and Oar 


Kappa Sigma 


Spring Sing Exec. 




Elections Board 




Comm., Sec. 




Mardi Gras, Secretary's 




International Week 




Comm 




Exec. Comm., Sec. 








VANDERBURG, 


VANDEWATER.ANNE 


VAN SCOYK, 


VANSICKLE,JOSEPH 


JANET 


Los Angeles 


JONATHAN 


Downey 


La Mirada 


tsf: Univ. of Wash. 


Los Angeles 


Public Service 


Social Science (SSET) 


Mortar Board 


History- Pre- Dental 


tsf: Cal St. Long Beach 


Alpha Lambda Delta 




Phi Delta Theta 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


Delta Phi Upsilon 




Varsity Swim Team 


IFC, Publicity Rep. 






Freshman Water Polo 


Mardi Gras Exec 






Team 


Comm. 



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VANHAERLEM, 


VEDDER, HELEN 


VICTOR, LISA 


VITRY, GEORGES 


PATRICIA 


Sacramento 


Buffalo, NY 


Paris, France 


Sepulveda 


Sociology 


English 


Political Science 


Spanish 


tsf: UC Davis 


Freshman Class Pres. 


tsf:GlendaleCC 


Spurs 


Anchors 


ASUCLA 1st Vice Pres 


Social Science 


Chimes 




Prytaneans 


Honorary Society 


Mortar Board 




Project India 




Prytaneans 




Bruin Belles 




EAP-Spain 








VOLL, CHRISTINA 


VOLL, JOHN 


WAECHTER, MIKE 


WALCH, BLANCHE 


Orinda 


Coalinga 


Beverly Hills 


New Yorl<, N.Y, 


English 


Psychology 


Alpha Kappa Psi Pres, 


Psychology 


Kappa Alpha Theta 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 






Southern Campus 


Varsity Football at 






Queen 


UCSB 






Brum Belles 








Fashion Board 








Prytaneans 








WALKER, 


WALTERS, 


WARD, KATHLEEN 


WARDEN, LINDA 


SUSAN LOUISE 


JACQUELINE 


French 




Los Angeles 


Mission Hills 


tsf: Bal<ersfield Col. 




Political Science 


History 






tsf:SMCC.VassarCol, 


Pi Beta Phi Vice Pres. 






Pi Sigma Alpha 


Alpha Tau Omega 






Pi Gamma Mu 


Little Sister 







WARDLE, CAROLYN WARE, SONDRA 

Los Angeles Los Angeles 

Sociology Psychology 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara tsf: UC Berkeley 



WASSERMAN, LYNNE 

Los Angeles 
English 



WATANABE, SHIGERU 

Hawthorne 
History 
Army ROTC 
Omega Sigma Tau 



WAX, JOYCE 


WEAVER, DONN 


WEBB,JEANETTE 


WEBB,MOONYEEN 


Los Angeles 


Cocoa Beach, Fla. 


Los Angeles 


San Bruno 


French 


Political Science 


Oriental Languages 


Speech 


Alpha Mu Gamma 


Dykstra Hall 


tsf: Int. Christian Univ 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


UniCamp 


House Advisor 


Kappa Alpha Theta 


Delta Sigma Rho 


Tutorial Project 




Mortar Board Sec 


Tau Kappa Alpha 


UniPrep Counselor 




Elections Bd Chmn. 


Dean's List 






Project India 


Speakers' Bureau, 






Women's Week Comm 


Forensic Squad UCSB 






Chmn. 








Books for India Drive 




WEBB, RUSSELL 


WEEKS, RICHARD 


WEEKS, SUSAN 


WEIGEL, WILLIAM 


Yorba Linda 


Van Nuys 


Santa Monica 


Altadena 


Chemistry 


Zoology 


Physical Education 


Physical Education 


Phi Kappa Psi Pres., 


tsf: Pierce JC 


Varsity Swimming 


Phi Kappa Psi 


Vice Pres., Sec. 


Varsity Track 


Dorm Vice Pres. 


Frosh Basketball 


IFC Vice Pres., 


Cross Country 




Frosh Baseball 


Judicial Rep. 






Mardi Gras 


Blue Key, Kelps 








All American 








Swimming, Water Polo 








WEINER, STEPHEN 


WEINGART, ISAAC 


WEINSTEIN, ROBIN 


WEINSTEIN, STAN 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Pasadena 


Los Angeles 


English 


Political Science 


English 


Mathematics 


Zeta Beta Tau 


Honors Program 


Tutorial Project 


tsf: LACC 


Student Advisory Bd 


Graduated ComLaude 


Tutor, Vista Del Mar 




Spring Drive 


Phi Eta Sigma 


UniPrep Counselor 




Homecoming 


Pi Sigma Alpha 


Phrateres 




Spring Exec. Comm. 




Colloquium 




Mardi Gras 








E/ec Comm 








WEINTRAUB,CARL 


WEISS, BRIAN 


WEISS, NIKI 


WEISS, SHERYL 


Los Angeles 


Northridge 


Los Angeles 


Monrovia 


English 


Anthropology 


Political Science 


History 


Alpha Tau Omega 


Daily Bruin 


Tutorial Project 




IFC, Judicial Rep. 


Editor-in-Chief 






Blue Key 


Sigma Delta Chi 






Kelps Pres. 


Order of the 






Rugby 


Golden Brum 









WEITZMAN. FARRYL 

Los Angeles 
History 



WELCH, DENNIS 
Los Angeles 



WELSH, BARBARA 

Long Beach 
Social Science 
Delta Gamma 
Brum Belles, Rec. Sec. 
AWS Fashion Board 
Prytaneans 
Blue Key Queen 
Homecoming Queen 
Finalist 
Spurs 

WEXLER, MARK 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
f" I Gamma Delta 

•■ - PS 



WELLES, PATRICIA 

Pasadena 
Bacteriology 
tsf: Pasadena CC 
Alpha Delta Chi 
Bruin Christian 
Fellowship 



WESSEL, ELISABETH WEST, ROGER 



WELLMERLING, LYNN 
Los Angeles 



Oslo, Norway 
Psychology 



North Hollywood 
Political Science 
Delta Tau Delta 



WETZEL, JANET 
Los Angeles 



WHEADON, DONALD 

Los Angeles 
English 
Beta Theta Pi 



WHITAKER, LINDA 

Sherman Oaks 
English 
Delta Gamma 



WHITE, BETTY 

New Orleans, La. 
SSET 
tsf: Compton JC 



WHITE, MARY 
Los Angeles 
Spanish 
Tutorial Project 
Boat and Ski Club 



WHITE, STEPHEN 

La Verne 
Psychology 



WIDMANN, GLORIA 

Los Angeles 
English 



WILKS, SANDRA 

Los Angeles 
Biological Illustration 
Phrateres Pres.. Treas. 
Weyburn Hall 
Floor Vice Pres. 



WHITE, TERESA 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 
tsf; Occidental Col. 
Hedrick Hall 
House Advisor 



WILLENS, SUSAN 

Culver City 
Psychology 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Tutorial Project 



WHITING, DONALD 

Los Angeles 
Political Science 



WILLIAMS, 
CHARLOTTE 
Los Angeles 



WILLIAMS, URITH 


WINER, JACQUELINE 


WINSTON, RICHARD 


WINTER, KATHLEEN 


Winnipeg. Canada 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


San Jose 


English 


Political Science 


Psychology 


Speech 


tsfUnivofWash, 


Phi Sigma Sigma Pres. 


Phi Sigma Delta 


Delta Delta Delta 




Mardi Gras 




Brumettes Pres. 




Exec, Comm. 




Sophomore 




Theta Xi Little Sister 




Sweethearts Pres. 




Sophomore 




Mardi Gras Princess 




Sweetheart 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Panhellenic Advisor 




Little Sisters, Pres. 


WINTERS, CAROL 


WISWELL, ROBERT 


WHITAKER, JO ANN 


WITKIN, JANET 


Santa Ana 


Long Beach 


La Jolla 


Encino 


English 


History 


Psychology 


English 


Delta Delta Delta 


Beta Theta Pi 


Alpha Chi Omega 


Brumettes 


Brum Belles 


Varsity Baseball 


Spurs 


Spurs 


Prytaneans 




PsiChi 


Honors Program 


Spurs 




Pi Gamma Mu 




AWS Fashion Board 




Ski Club 




WITLIN, BARBARA 


WOLF, JEFFREY 


WOLFE, JAMES 


WOLIN, BARRY 


Beverly Hills 


Northridge 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Psychology 


Zoology 


Zoology 


Political Science 


Phi Sigma Delta 


Phi Eta Sigma 


Zeta Beta Tau 


Alpha Mu Gamma 


Little Sister 




Tutorial Project 


Bru-Vets 


Tutorial Project 






Dorm Food Service 


PsiChi 






Comm. 


Honors Program 






Academic Senate 

Library Comm. 
Student Rep 
GSA Library 
Comm. Rep. 



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WOLSTAN, BARRY 


WONG, ANNETTE 


WONG. FLOSSIE 


WONG, KAY 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Hong Kong 


Hong Kong 


Economics 


Psychology 


Bacteriology 


Bacteriology 


Phi Sigma Delta 


tsf: LACC 


Regents Scholar 


tsf: La Sierra Col. 


People- to People 


Theta Kappa Phi 




Epsilon Pi Delta 


Student Abroad 


Alpha Gamma Omega 






Program 


Little Sisters. Vice Pres. 
Nisei Bruin Club 






WONG.KWOK 


WOO.PRISCILLA 


WOOD. DAVID 


WOOD, PATRICIA 


Hong Kong 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Gatos 


Chemistry 


Pre- Social Welfare 


Political Science 


Bacteriology 


tsfWm, Carry Col, 


Tutorial Project 


tsf: LA Harbor Col, 




Chinese Club 




Pre- Law Society Pres, 
California 

Republican League 
Young Republicans 




WOODSON, CLAIRE 


WORTRICH.KATHE 


WORTRICH, 


WRIGHT, STEPHEN 


Pacific Palisades 


Los Angeles 


THEODORE 


Moberly, Mo. 


Political Science 


Physical Education 


Los Angeles 


History 


Kappa Alpha Theta 


tsf: FulltertonJC 


Physical Education 




Prytaneans 


Tutorial Project 


tsf: Claremont 




Washington 


Rally Comm. 


Men's Col, 




Internship Program 


Volleyball Intramurals 


Scuba Club 




UniCamp Board 


Badminton Intramurals 


Intramural Football 
Skiing, Golf 




WYMAN, DONALD 


YALE. LAUREE 


YANAGA, SUSAN 


YANAGIHARA, IRENE 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Carpinteria 


History 


Political Science 


History 


Oriental Languages 


CalClub 


Tutorial Project 


Theta Kapp Phi 


EAP- Tokyo 


Student Cultural 




Pledge Captain 




Comm Chmn. 




Nisei Brum Club 




Alpha Mu Gamma 




Vice Pres., Corr, Sec, 




Board of Governors 








Model United Nations 








YANCEY, VICKI 


YASSIM, BEVERLY 


YOUNG, HARRY 


YUGE. AKEMI 


Bakersfield 


Los Angeles 


Downey 


Altedena 


Economics 


Sociology 


Psychology 


Bacteriology 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 


PsiChi 


Alpha Sigma Phi 


tsf: Pasadena CC 




World of Travel 


Circle K 






International Week 


Dean's List 






Tutorial Project 


Homecoming 






AWS Social Comm 


Entertainment 
Sailing Club 




ZARATE, DEBORAH 


ZATLIN, KENNETH 


ZECCHINI, THOMAS 


ZELITZKI, TALMA 


Inglewood 


Elmont. N.Y- 


Los Angeles 


Tel-Aviv. Israel 


Spanish 


Mathematics 


History 


Mathematics 


Alpha Xi Delta 


Alpha Phi Omega 




Honors List 


Sabers Pres. 


Army ROTC 






Prytaneans 


Spring Sing 






Shell and Oar 


Exec. Comm, 






Honors Program 








Women's Rifle Team 








ZESCH, LINDA 


ZIMAN, BYRON 


ZIMRING, STUART 


ZISKIND, KAREN 


Mission Viejo 


Los Angeles 


Studio City 


Los Angeles 


Geography 


Psychology 


History 


English 


Christian Science Org 


tsf: UC Berkeley 


Phi Epsilon Pi 


tsf: UC Santa Barbara 




UniCamp Counselor 


Men's Glee Club 





ZISKIND, TRUDI 

Los Angeles 
English 

Alpha Lamda Delta 
Bruin Mountaineers 



GIBSON, ROBERT JR. 

Beverly Hills 
Political Science 
tsf: SFVSC 
Young Republicans 
Young Democrats 
Young Americans for 
Freedom 
Great Books 
Scholarship Award 




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College of Engineering 

UCLA College of Engineering is revamping its 
whole curriculum to meet the urgent needs 
of both the present and future. Pure scientists 
discover what already is, but the engineer 
today makes use of what never was before, 
whether is is teflon, Saturn V, or the amplified 
cacaphony of the Jefferson Airplane. One 
project currently under investigation in the 
Biotechnology Department (human factors), 
in conjunction with the Physical Education 




Department is broaching the new frontier of 
man in an underwater environment. Little is 
known of man's capabilities relating to task 
execution and problem solving abilities of man 
underwater. Some preliminary results have 
shown that in general man takes longer to 
work problems under water (compared to a dry 
land simulation) and suffers a vision 
impairment similar to night blindness, but 
during daylight under water. 





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Seniors, College of Engineering 




ALLEN. WILLIAM 


APPEL, ALBERT 


ARAVANIS, 


BARKER, ROBERT 


Hollywood 


Inglewood 


THEOPHANIS 


Cypress 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Lefkas, Greece 


Electrical Engineering 


Alpha Tau Omega 


IEEE 


Engineering 


Surfing Club 


Tau Beta Pi 


ESUC 


tsf: UC Berkeley 


Karate Club 


Kelps 




Varsity Soccer 


Weight Lifting Club 


Blue Key 




Los Angeles Apollo 


Skin and Scuba Club 


Graduated 




Soccer Team 


Computer Club 


Magna Cum Laude 








BECHDOLT, PHILIP 


BEGUWALA, MOIZ 


BELL, JOHN 


BENNETT, JAMES 


Hawthorne 


Bombay. India 


Los Angeles 


Arcadia 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Civil Engineering 


Ocean Engineering 


Theta Chi 


tsf: St. Xavier's Col. 




tsf: Pasadena CC 


Intramural Council 


Tau Beta Pi 




Triangle Fraternity 




ESUC 




House Manager 
ESUC 
Sailing Club 


BIENSTOCK, 


BORRUD. ROBERT 


BROWN, WAYNE 


CARLSON, RICHARD 


BERNARD 


Northridge 


South Gate 


Pasadena 


Los Angeles 


Engineering 


Mechanical- Structural 


Engineering 


Engineering 




Engineering 


tsf: Pasadena CC 


Tau Beta Pi 




Dykstra Hall 


American Society of 


Kappa Kappa Psi 




American Society of 


Mechanical Engineers 


Marching Band 




Mechanical Engineers 


Computer Club 


Varsity Band 








UniCamp 








CARNAHAN. 


CASTLE. DONALD 


CHANSLER, 


CHIN. ROBERT 


DOUGLAS 


Lakewood 


ROBERT II 


Kingston, Jamaica 


Canoga Park 


Management 


Inglewood 


Chemical Engineering 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Engineering 




ESUC 


Sigma Nu 
Varsity Rugby 
Frosh Football 
Kelps 


Theta Chi 




CONKEY, GEORGE 


COZENS.JEFFREY 


DIXON, DAVID 


DOTY, WILLIAM 


Los Angeles 


Long Beach 


Santa Paula 


Los Angeles 


Engineering 


Managerial 


NucI, Engineering 


Engineering 


Phi Kappa Psi 


Engineering 


tsf; Ventura Col. 


UniCamp 


Blue Key 




Tau Delta Phi 


LIFE 


Tau Beta Pi 




American NucI. Society 


Spring Sing 


Varsity Volleyball 




Tutorial Project 
Homecoming 




FLOURNOY, SCOTT 


FOX. ROBERT 


GANAJA, LUIS 


GARON, ROBERT 


Visalia 


Anaheim 


Lima, Peru 


Los Angeles 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Materials Engineering 


tsf: Col. of theSequoias tsf: Cal St. Long Beacl- 


1 tsf: East LA Col 


Theta Chi 


ThetaXi 


AIAA 


Varsity Soccer 


Frosh Crew 


Tau Beta Pi 


American Society of 




ESUC 


Mardi Gras 


Mechanical Engineers 
Christian Science Org. 
Intramurals 






GILDER.JOHN 


GLADMAN, DENNIS 


GONZALEZ, JOSE 


GOOD, ROBERT 


Westchester 


Tustin 


McAllen, Texas 


La Canada 


Electrical Engineering 


Electronics Engineering Engineering 


Engineering 


Zeta Psi 


Sigma Nu Vice Pres. 


tsf: East LA Col. 


tsf: Pasadena CC 


Tau Beta Pi 


ESUC 


ESUC 


Phi Kappa Psi 


Phi Eta Sigma 








URA Sailboat Racing 








Team 








HAMAGUCHI.TONY 


HARDMAN, RICHARD HARRISON, JAMES 


HAYS, JOHN 


Brea 


Long Beach 


Redondo Beach 


Hawthorne 


Mech Engineering 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Mech Engineering 


tsf: Fullerton St. Col. 


tsf: Long Beach CC 


Mountaineering Club 


tsf: El CaminoJC 




Tau Beta Pi 


INTAC Photographer 






intramurals 







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HIETBRINK, JAMES 


HUMPHREY, JOHN 


IWATA, 


JENSEN, EDWARD 


North Hollywood 


Los Angeles 


CHRISTOPHER 


Avon, Conn. 


Systems Engineering 


Structural Engineering 


Los Angeles 


Electrical Engineering 


Sigma Nu 


Alpha Gamma Omega 


Electronics 


tsf: LA Valley Col. 


Finance Comm, Chmn. 




Alpha Phi Omega 


ESUC 


Academic Senate Rep. 




Dykstra Hall, 




Tau Beta Pi 




Sierra House F>res. 




Blue Key 




ESUC 
Computer Club 




JOHNSEN.LEE 


JOHNSON, ROGER 


KAHANE, ROBERT 


KAMEGAWA, 


Santa Monica 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


MICHAEL 


Engineering 


Electrical Engineering 


Electrical Engineering 


Los Angeles 


Lambda Chi Alpha 


tsf: LACC 


tsf: LACC 


NE.EE 




ESUC 




ESUC 




IEEE 




Computer Club 

IEEE 

AIAA 

Tau Beta Pi 


KANE, JACK 


KWAN. ANDREW 


LEVANTINE, 


MARTINEZ, TED 


Los Angeles 


Hollywood 


MICHAEL 


Los Angeles 


Electronics 


Engineering 


Tarzana 


Engineering 


Engineering 


tsf; LACC 


Electrical Engineering 


tsf: East LA Col. 


Tau Beta Pi 


Band 


ESUC 


ESUC 


Regents Scholar 


ESUC 


Bowery 


American Society of 


Phi Eta Sigma 


IEEE 


Recipient Engineering 


Civil Engineers 


IEEE 




Faculty-Friends Prize 




ESUC 








MAY. DEAN 


MC CARTER. 


MEILICH, ABRAHAM 


MICHELSON.GAVUS 


Torrance 


CARTHAL 


Los Angeles 


Santa Barbara 


Engineering 


Inglewood 


Engineering 


Engineering 


tsf;EICaminoJC 


Industrial Engineering 


ESUC 


Theta Delta Chi 


Triangle Fraternity 


Delta Tau Delta 


ASM E Student 


Scuba Club 


Scuba Diving 




Chapter Pres. 


ASM E Sec. 


Surfing 




Hedrick Hall 


AIAA 
ESUC 


MOSLEY. CHARLES 


MUNSON, LESLIE 


MURPHY, DENNIS 


NAKAMURA, ROY 


Columbus, Ohio 


Fullerton, Alaska 


Sherman Oaks 


Thermal 


Electrical Engineering 


Engineering 


Industrial Engineering 


Engineering 


tsf: LACC 


Delta Sigma Phi 


Phi Kappa Sigma 


tsf: Col. of the Desert 


ESUC 


Blue Key 


Football 


ESUC 


Computer Club 


Monte Carlo Nite 


Rugby 


SHRA 




Exec. Comm. 


ESUC 
Blue Key 




NELSON, DAVID 


NICHOLS. AWN 


ONO, DEAN 


PALANGO, TOIVO 


Canoga Park 


Anaheim 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Aeronautical 


Chemical Engineering 


Electrical Engineering 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Sigma Pi 


tsf: SMCC 


Theta Delta Chi 




House Manager 


ESUC 


ASME 




ESUC 




ESUC 




Crew 











PATTERSON, ROBERT 


PEREIRA,ODIR 


PODOLOFF, SARAH 


PRILL, FRED 


Huntington Beach 


Sao Paulo, Brazil 


San Diego 


Los Angeles 


Engineering Science 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Mechanical 


Regent Scholar 


tsf: SMCC 




Engineering 


Tau Beta Pi 


SMCC Man of 




ASME 


Phi Eta Sigma 


Distinction '64 
Rotary Scholarship 
Kiwanis Scholarship 
Alcoa Foundation 
Scholarship 






OUAN,GARY 


RAYE, RONALD 


REITAN, EDWIN 


RICKMAN, DENNIS 


Los Angeles 


Redondo Beach 


Omaha, Neb. 


Detroit, Mich. 


Structural Engineering 


Electrical Engineering 


Computer Sciences 


Industrial Engineering 


ESUC 


tsf;EICaminoCol. 


Triangle Vice Pres. 


Delta Tau Delta 


ASCE 


Lamda Chi Alpha 


ESUC 


Football 

Water Ski Club Treas. 

ASIE 




257 




RUSSELL, MICHAEL 


SAAME,JAAK 


SANDERS, EDWIN 


SCHROEDER,CARL 


Reseda 


Burbank 


Los Angeles 


Fullerton 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Electrical Engineering 


Mech. Engineering 


ESUC 


tsf: LA Valley Col. 


tsf: LACC 


ASME President 




Tau Beta Pi 


Tau Beta Pi 


ESUC President 




ASME 


IEEE 
ESUC 
Computer Club 




SCHUSTER, SAMUEL 


SERVICE, GREGG 


SEYLLER, DAVID 


SHERMAN. JAMES 


Guadalajara, Mexico 


Chem. Engineering 


Van Nuys 


Glendale 


Electronics Engr, 




Engineering 


Civil Engineering 


Kappa Kappa Psi 




Sigma Chi 


AUSA 


UCLA Band 






ESUC 


American Instituteof 








Aeronautics and 








Astronautics 








Instituteof Electrical 








and Electronics Engrs. 








SMITH, BLANCHE 


STEIN, GENE 


SUGAR, RONALD 


SUPNIK, PAUL 


Burley, Idaho 


Los Angeles 


Miami, Florida 


San Diego 


Engineering 


Information Systems 


Electrical Engineering 


Engineering 


tsf: Utah St. Univ. 


Engineering 


tsf: Phoenix Col. 


tsf: San Diego State 




Pres., Godwin-Austin 


Tau Beta Pi, 


Delta Sigma Phi, Sec. 




House 


Phi Theta Kappa 


lEEEChmn, 




Tau Beta Pi, Vice Pres. 


ESUC 


ESUC 




Computer Club 


Instituteof Elect ical 


Monte Carlo Nite Pub. 




ESUC 


and Electronics Engrs. 


Chmn. 


TAM, MATTHIAS 


TANJI.SHIGEO 


TORRES, TITO 


TRAPP, LARRY 


EE 


Los An gel ess 


San Francisco 


San Bernardino 


Epsilon Pi Delta 


Electrical Engineering 


Structural Engineering 


Engineering 


Phi Eta Sigma 




tsf: San Franciso State 


tsf: San Bernardino 


Nisei Brum Club 




Col. 


Valley Col. 


Engineering Dept. 




Beta Theta Pi 


ESUC 


Scholar 




ESUC 


Weyburn Hall, 


President Scholar 






Student Counselor 


Sigma Pi Sigma 








VAN SAUN, DAVID 


VERKOZEN. THOMAS 


WONG, PHILIP 


WOODWARD, COLLIS 


Long Beach 


San Francisco 


Kingston, Jamaica 


Altadena 


Civil Engineering 


Management Engr. 


Electrical Engineering 


Engineering 


Sigma Pi 


Alpha Tau Omega 


tsf: LACC 


tsf: Pasadena CC 


ESUC 


Tau Beta Pi 


Sigma Tau Sigma 


Sigma Chi 


IFC Judicial Rep. 


Academic Senate 


International Students 




Cricket Team 


Outstanding Scholar, 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Phi Beta Kappa 


Club 




YOSHOIKA, 


ZIMMERMAN, KURT 






YOSHIMITSU 


Red lands 






Harbor City 


Astronautical Engr. 






Electrical Engineering 


Varsity Football 






NROTC 


Tau Beta Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Himalaya House 







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Choreography is concerned with the 
discoveries and relationships of man to 
himself and to others. The dance is "a metaphor 
which expresses through movement the 
feelings of human experience." It is the 
outward extension of emotional manifestations. 
The tensions and patterns developed by the 
dancers recall the whole of that experience 
which we label "human." All human beings 
take journeys through their lives and return 
from these to a fuller state of existence. The 
dance is an expression of this fulfillment. 

I n the efforts of two young choreographers, 
Diane Fletcher and Marc Ozanich, the 
spectator sees reflected himself and the rest 
of his world. 




261 



Seniors, College of Fine Arts 




ADAN SON, PATRICIA 

Lynwood 
Art 



ADLER, ELAINE 

Culver City 
Art History 
Little Sisters of Alpha 
Phi Omega, Pres, 
Bowling Team 



ANDERSON, LAURIE 

Santa Monica 
Art History 
Chi Omega, Pres. 
Tutorial Project 
Little Sister of Alpha 
Tau Omega 



BERRIS. KENNETH BRAMSON, ROBERTA BUMATAY, ANDREW 



Hawthorne 
Art 

Daily Bruin 
ASUC LA Publicity 
Frosh Golf 



CERNY, PAUL 

Prague. 

Czechoslovakia 
Motion Pictures 
Film Comm, 
Director's 

Cinemathique Series 
Chmn. 



COOK, KAREN 

Grover City 
Art History 
tsf: UC Riverside 
Masonic Affiliate Club 



DASHIELL, TERESA 

Woodlake 
Design 
tsf: use 



FESLER, SHARON 

Burbank 
Graphic Design 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Sophomore 
Sweethearts 



GAVIATI, RONALD 

Kentland 
Theater Arts 



GOTTLIEB, KIM 

Los Alamitos 
Motion Pictures 
tsf UC Berkeley 
Dean's List 

UCB "Tower & Flame" 
Cameraman on Wm 
Kerby's Master's 
Thesis Film 
Peace and Freedom 
Party 



Tarzana 
Design 

tsf; Univ. of Oklahoma 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Vice Pres. 

Chimes, Prytaneans 
Panhellenic 
Publicity Chmn. 
Greek Week Co-Chmn. 



CHCSUNGJA 

Seoul, Korea 
Design 



GEORGE, JO DEAN 

Riverside 
Art History 
tsf: UC Riverside 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Dean's List 
Tutorial Project 



GOUGH, BARBARA 

La Habra 
Pictorial Art 
tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Delta Gamma 
Dean's List 



Delano 
Music 

tsf: Bakersfield JC 
Kappa Kappa Psi 
University Symphony 
University 
Wind Ensemble 



CHURUKIAN, ALICE 

Los Angeles 
Pictorial Arts 
Alpha Delta Pi 



COX, SANDRA 
San Francisco 
Graphic Design 
tsf: Col. of Notre Dame 
Theta Xi Little Sister 
Ski Club 
Dean's List 



DUBIN.HALI 

West Covina 
Pictorial Arts 
tsf: Mt. San Antonio 
College 

UniCamp Board 
Camp Drive Executive 
Board 

Tutorial Project 
Homecoming Queen 
Committee 
FLOYD, NUBRA 

Los Angeles 



CRAVEY, BARRY 

Evansville 
Film 
tsf ElCammoJC 



EBERT, CHARLENE 

Los Angeles 
Theater Arts 
tsf: LACC 



FOELSCH, RICHARD 

Los Angeles 
Motion Pictures 



GODFREY, ANN 

Oxnard 
Pictorial Arts 
Chi Omega 
Spurs 
Sophomore 
Sweethearts 
Dean's List 



GRADY. VICTOR 

Orange 
Motion Pictures 
tsf: Fullerton JC 
Varsity Track-Javelin 
Animation 



ANDERSON, PAMELA 

Los Angeles 
Theater Arts 
tsf: ElCammoJC 



BURGESS, ROBERT 

San Pedro 
Television 
tsf: Cal State 
Long Beach 
Dean's List 



COLLINS,JUDITH 

Culver City 
Pictorial Arts 
tsf: SMCC 
Tutorial Project 
Dean's List 
Daily Bruin 



CRAVEY, LARRY 

Inglewood 
Motion Pictures 
tsf: ElCammoJC 



EINSTEIN, SUSAN 

Los Angeles 
Art History 
Phi Sigma Sigma 



FURBUSH, HELEN 

Pasadena 
Music Education 
tsf: Cal State Los 
Angeles 

Little Sisters of ThetaXi 
Opera Workshop 
Musical Comedy 
Workshop 



GOLDEN, BARBARA 

Riverside 
Theater Arts 
Alpha Epsilon Rho 



HACSI, ANTHONY 
Redondo Beach 
Motion Pictures 



262 



HALBREICH, EMILY HANOVER, CONRAD HEDRICK, JUDITH HERSHENSON, 



Beverly Hills 
Design 



Inglewood 
Music 

Kappa Kappa Psi 
Band 



HUTTON, ANDREA 

Oakland 
Design 
tsf: UC Davis 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Anchors 
Shell and Oar 



JACOBSON, MERLE 

Los Angeles 
Art History 



ISGUR. BARBARA 

Los Angeles 
Art 

tsf: SFVSC 
Fashion Design 



Pasadena 
Graphics 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Chimes 

Upstairs Hostess 
Mortar Board 



ISGUR, DIANE 

Los Angeles 
Art 

tsf: SMCC 
Fashion Design 



KELLEY. KAREN 

Los Angeles 
Art History 
Delta Delta Delta 
Bruinettes 
Little Sigma 



KIMURA, DIANA 

Los Angeles 
Pictorial Art 



BRENDA 

Beverly Hills 
Design 

tsf: San Fernando 
Valley State 



JACKSON, AMELIA 

Altadena 
Music 

Rodger Williams 
Fellowship 
Tutorial Project 



KNOTTS, LUAN 

San Bernardino 
Pictorial Arts 
tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Tutorial Project 



KORN. DAVID 


KOSKI, MICHAEL 


KWAN, CHRISTINA 


LEE, SUSAN 


Sherman Oaks 


Southfield, Michigan 


Hong Kong 


. Palo Alto 


Motion Pictures 


Motion Picutres 


Design 


Design 


tsf: Valley College 


tsf: Mich, State Univ, 


tsf: Chapman College 


tsf: College of Notre 


Deans List 






Dame 


Graduated Cum Laude 






Art Council Award 
Eta Pi Delta, PubChm 


LIBUSE, CREIG 


LINDEN, AUDREY 


MANIS,JUDITH 


MATSUSHITA, KAREN 


Omaha, Neb. 


Los Angeles 


Fond du Lac, Wis 


Watsonville 




Art 


Design 
Bruinettes 
Soph Sweethearts 
Tutorial Project 
UniPrep Counselor 


Textile Design 


McCOMB.GERI 


MEIKLEJOHN, 


MICICVERA 


MILLER, LINDA 


Los Angeles 


PATRICK 


Los Angeles 


Ventura 


Design 


Hollywood 


Art 


Theater Arts 




Motion Pictures 


California Club 


Kappa Kappa Gamma 




Daily Bruin 


Chairman Women's 


Bruin Belles 




Newman Club 


Club 

AWS Vice Pres,, 

Woman of the Month 

Sophomore 

Sweethearts Pres, 




MINER, LINDA 


MOK, PEARL 


MONTIJO, EDITH 


MYNARD, CAROL 


Reseda 


Tokyo, Japan 


La Mesa 


Piedmont 


Design 


Graphic Design 


Music 


Theater 




tsf: Whittier CoL 


tsf: UC Irvine 


Kappa Delta 




Dean's List 








Brum Ski Club 







NEILL, LOU ANNE 

Portland, Ore, 
Music 
tsf: Willamette Univ. 



NISHIMURA.THEO OBERG, HOLLIS OMIBIYI, 

Parher Los Angeles MOSUNMOLA 

Art Education Music Education Ibadan, Nigeria 

tsf: Fresno State Col. tsf: Los Angeles State Music 

tsf: Univ. of Nigeria 




263 




RASCH, KAREN 


RASCH, LINDA 


REE, NICHOLAS 


REED, CLAUDE 


Washington, D.C. 


Hawthorne 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Theater 


Fashion Design 


Pictorial Art 


Music 


Washington Internship 


Sigma Nu Big Sister, 


tsf: LACC 


Alpha Sigma Phi 


Comm. 


White Rose Princess 


Alpha Phi Omega 


Phi Eta Sigma 


National Merit Scholar 


Shell and Oar 


I.S.C. 


Dean's List 


Alpha Lambda Delta 


Gifted Students 


Sierra Club 


Men's Glee Club 




Program 




Young Republicans 




Honors at Entrance 




Newman Club 


REICHLINE, NEIL 


RENKOW, BARBARA 


SALLEY, CLAUDE 


SCHROER, DAVID 


Van Nuys 


Los Angeles 


Riverside 


Redondo Beach 


Motion Pictures 


Design 


Pictorial Art 


Graphic Design 


Daily Bruin 




tsf: UC Riverside 


Freshman Track 


Editor-m-Chief 






Varsity Track (3) 
Dean's List 
Honorable Mention, 
Inter- Collegiate 
Package Design 


SCOTT, CHARLES 


SEVERY, CAROL 


SIAMON.ANN 


SMITH, FRITZI 


Walnut Creek 


Hollywood 


Canoga Park 


North Hollywood 


Industrial Design 


Art 


Pictorial Arts 


Dance 




Alpha Xi Delta, Hist. 




Pi Beta Phi 




Intramural Rep. 








Newman Center 








Volunteer Work at 








Brentwood V.A. Hosp. 






STACHER.LESLEE 


STAULZ,JANE 


STELLA, DEVRA 


STOCK, GAIL 


Los Angeles 


San Diego 


North Hollywood 


Los Angeles 


Television 


Pictorial Arts 


Pictorial Arts 


Design 


Delta Phi Epsilon 


tsf : San Diego State 


Sproul, Hershey, 


tsf: SFVSC 




Dean's List 


Dykstra Halls 





SVENDSTORP,SJAK 


TANI, DENNIS 


TAYLOR, MELANIE 


TEITELBAUM,ERIC 


Copenhagen, 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Palm Springs 


Denmark 


Graphic Design 


Pictorial Arts 


Pictorial Arts 


Television 




Alpha Delta Pi 


tsf; Ohio State Univ. 


Alpha Mu Gamma 






Zeta Beta Tau 


Phi Eta Sigma 








Delta Sigma Phi 








President's Scholar 








THALER, TERESA 


UCHIYAMA, 


WENHE, ALICE 


WESTPHALL, CAROLE 


Santa Maria 


J.HONAMI 


San Diego 


Los Angeles 


Design 


Los Angeles 




Films 


tsf: Univ. of Missouri 


Design 




tsf: Cal Poly 




Dean's List 




Alpha Phi 




Ephebian Society 








Calif. Scholarship 








Federation 






WHITNEY, JANET 


WILKENING, CATHY 


WILLEY, MARTHA 


YOSHII, LILIAN 


Los Angeles 


Vista 


Corona 


Torrance 


Art History 


Music 


Graphic Design 


Design 


Delta Phi Epsilon, Hist. 


tsf: Palomar JC 






Anchors 


University Orchestra 






Homecoming Comm. 


Wind Ensemble 






Mardi Gras Comm. 


Symphonic Band 







ZAH ED I, SHAH LA 

Tehran, Iran 
Design 




Graduate School of Business Administration 



265 




Yessiree, kiddies, it's the Captain Video Show 
again. You remember, with the flashing 
lights, the army surplus flashlight that was 
supposed to be a super-death-ray, and the 
halo-like wire that they made you believe was 
a special force-field space helmet. . . . And 
now you're Captain Video, himself, kiddies, 
with your flashing lights, exotic push 
buttons and your scientific sounding clickity- 
clack noises. Only now, you're doing it for 
four units of credit, and you haven't shaved 
or slept since the A K Psi bender on Friday 
night, and they've just announced that your 
program has a number 9 error and all the 
flashing lights are for YOU! 




Sometimes you wonder if all this space-age 
technology is really worth it. Whatever 
happened to the good ol' slide rule and the 
log tables at the back of your trig book? 
Push the start button. ... At least then you 
didn't have to stand in line to do your 
computations, or break your back over a 
keypunch machine when you never learned 
how to type (maybe a curvature of the spine 
will keep you out of the draft). . . . Push the 
start button again, dammit. , . . Besides you're 
a business major, not a math major. When 
you're a tycoon you'll be able to hire some 
other poor slob to do your dirty work for you. 




. . . Clear the machine, correct the error, 
get back in line. 



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AN, CHANG 


AULD, RICHARD 


AVERY, EUGENE 


BATTS, RODNEY 


Korea 


Long Beach 


Redondo Beach 


Hempstead, L.I., N.Y. 


Business Admin. 


Business Admin. 


Bus. Admin. 


Bus. Admin. 


tsf: Pasadena CC 


tsf: Long Beach CC 


tsf: El Camino College 


Dykstra Hall Judicial 




Sigma Nu 




Board 




Finance Comm. 






BECK, KENNETH 


BLAINE, JACK 


BOILEAU, PATRICIA 


BOSTWICK, EVELYN 


Oroviile 


Santa Barbara 


Danville 


Palm Springs 


Bus. Admin. 


Bus. Admin. 


Bus. Admin. 


Business 


UCLA Wind Ensemble 


Phi Delta Theta 


Chi Omega 


tsf: Col. of the Desert 


Marching and 


Varsity Football 






Varsity Bands 


Frosh Football 






Kappa Kappa Psi 








BUCHER.CLEM 


BYER, HARRIET 


CABIN, RICHARD 


CHRISTIANSON, 


Van Nuys 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


BARBARA 


Business Admin. 


Accounting 


Bus. Admin. 


San Diego 




Phi SigmaSigmaTreas. 


tsf: LACC 


Bus. Admin. 




Bruinettes 


Phi Sigma Delta 


tsf: Calif. Lutheran Col. 




Sophomore 


Tutorial Project 






Sweethearts 








Beta Alpha Psi, Sec. 








Phi Sigma Sigma, 








Treas. 






COLE, STANLEY 


COLEMAN, MARK 


COLLINS, ROBERT Jr. 


CULBERTSON, 


Whittier 


La Crescenta 


Mission Viep 


ROGER 


Bus. Admin. 


Bus. Admin./Acctng. 


General Bus. 


Riverside 


Phi Kappa Sigma 


tsf:GlendaleJC 


tsf: FullertonJC 


Bus. Admin. 


Swimming 




Dykstra Hall Judicial 


Delta Sigma Phi 


Water Polo 




Board 


Blue Key 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Vice Pres. 
Landfair Dart 
Throwing Champion 


CUTROW, ALLAN 


DAVIS, RICHARD 


DOMANSKY, BOHDAN 


DOSS, ROBERT 


Hollywood 


Los Angeles 


Port Arthur, Ontario, 


Laguna Hills 


Accounting 


Accounting 


Canada 


Finance 


Zeta Beta Tau Vice Pres tsf: Long Island Univ 


Business Admin. 


Sigma Nu 


Blue Key Pres. 




Sigma Nu, Social 


Blue Key 


Uni-Camp Boara 




Chrmn., Rush Chrmn. 


Memorial Activities 


Freshman Swimming, 




Track Team, Captain 


Center Board of 


Water Polo Letterman 




Blue Key 


Governors 


Zeta Beta Tau, 






Homecoming 


Vice Pres. 






Chairman '65 


DRESNER, RONALD 


DUBE, BRUCE 


DULGARIAN, 


DURBIN, STEVEN 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


GEORGE 


Los Angeles 


Bus. Admin. 


Business Admin. 


Los Angeles 


Beta Theta Pi 


tsf: UC Berkeley 




Business Admin. 


Kelps 


Alpha Kappa Psi 






Blue Key 


Assn. of Students 






Varsity Football 


and Business 








Intramurals 








EDWARDS, TOM II 


ELFERS, THOMAS 


ELSER,JACK 


EPSTEIN, ALLAN 


Palo Alto 


Arcadia 


Granada Hills 


Los Angeles 


Bus. Admin. 


Business Admin. 


Bus. Admin. 


Bus. Admin. 


Alpha Tau Omega 


Quantitive Methods 


tsf: Pierce College 


Alpha Kappa Psi, 




tsf: Pasadena CC 


Alpha Kappa Psi 


Master of Rituals 




Theta Chi 


Alpha Beta Psi 


Assn. of Students 

& Business 

Mardi Gras Committee 


FELDMAN, BARBARA 


FISCHEL, DENNIS 


FORD. BARRY 


FURUMOTO, TAKESHI 


La Canada 


Lancaster 


Calcutta, India 


Los Angeles 


Business 


Accounting 


Business Admin. 


Business 


tsf: Univ. of Colorado 


tsf: Antelope Valley 


UCHA 




Delta Gamma 


Alpha Epsilon Pi 


Varsity Track Team 




Mardi Gras Committee 









268 



GAINES, STEVEN 


GINSBURG,PAUL 


GODWIN, MICHAEL 


GONICK, TIMOTHY 


Tulsa, Oklahoma 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


LosAlamitos 


Accounting 


Bus. Admin. 


Business Admin. 


Bus. Admin. 


Zeta Beta Tau 


Alpha Kappa Psi 


Sigma Pi 




Blue Key 




UCLA Band 
Daily Bruin 
URA Sailing Club 




GREENSTADT.ALAN 


GREFE, REID 


HANKIN, ROCK 


HARANO,WOODROW 


Los Angeles 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Bus. Admin. 


Quantitative Methods 


Accountmg 


Business Admin. 


Pi Lambda Phi, Pres. 


tsf: State Univ. of N.Y. 




tsf: LACC 


Varsity Swimming 


Soc. for theAdvan. 






Blue Key 


of Management 






Beta Phi Rho 


Computer Club 
Intramural Basketball 
Intramural Volleyball 






HAUSER, PHIL 


INGLES, MARTHA 


JENSEN, GILBERT 


JUNG, DON 


Redlands 


Los Angeles 


San Fernando 


Bakersfield 


Business Admin. 


Marketmg 


Bus. Admin. 


Business Admin. 


Lambda Chi Alpha 


Alpha Phi 


Sigma Chi 


tsf: Bakersfield J C 


Alpha Kappa Psi 









KLEIN, LESLIE 
Los Angeles 
Accounting 
Alpha Beta Psi 



KUSHINS, EDWARD 

Monterey Park 
Finance 

Sigma Nu, Vice Pres. 
Blue Key 
Soccer 



KRAMER, JEFFREY KRUG, LARRY 

West Los Angeles South Pasadena 

Bus. Admin. Bus. Admin. 

tsf: Ohio State Col., USC tsf: Glendale College 
Sigma Nu 
Finance Committee 
House Adviser 



LAMBERT, THOMAS LASKER. MARTIN 

Manhattan Beach North HollyvKOOd 

Business Admin. Bus. Admin. 

Mountaineers tsf: L>\VC 



KUENZLY, SUZANNE 

Los Angeles 
Quantitative Methods 
Beta Gamma Sigma 



LERNER, ARNOLD 

Overland Park, Kan. 
Accounting 
Sigma Nu 
Beta Alpha Psi 
Himalaya House, 
Social Chrmn. 



LOCKE, MELVIN JR. 


LOGAN, RICHARD 


LOVGREN, RICHARD 


McCLELLj^ND.ARDEN 


Woodland Hills 


Saratoga 


Buena Park 


Columbus, Mont, 


Bus. Admin. 


Finance 


Accounting 


Business- Pre- Law 


tsf: UC Davis 


Sigma Nu 


Kappa Kappa Psi 


tsf: Oregon State Univ, 


Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres, 


Blue Key 


Marching Band 


Phi Delta Theta 


Army ROTC 


Varsity Golf 


Concert Band 





McHUGH, PETER 

Boston, Mass, 
Accounting 
tsf: Boston University 
Alpha Kappa Psi 
Assn. of Students & 
Business 
Brum Mountaineers 



NELSON, STEPHEN 

San Gabriel 
Business Admin. 



McKINNEY, NANCY MILLER, CLARK 



Newport Beach 
Business Admin, 
tsf: UCSB 
Delta Gamma 



Glendale 
Business Admin. 
Arnold Air Society 



MILLER, THOMAS Jr. 

Long Beach 
Finance 
Alpha Kappa Psi 



NIEDERMAN, 
MICHAEL 

San Diego 
Business Admin. 
Sigma Nu 
Blue Key 
Bruin Gold Co. 



OSHEROFF, GARY 

Los Angeles 
Accounting 
Alpha Epsilon Pi,Treas 
Golf Team 



PAXSON, TIMOTHY 

Pasadena 
Business Admin, 
tsf: UCSB 
Phi Delta Theta 




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PEARSON, RALPH Jr 

San Jose 
Business Admin, 
tsf: San Jose State CoL 



PEGEEJOANN 

Los Angeles 
Business Admin. 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Spurs 

Debate Squad 
Sabers 
Lionettes 



PHILLIPS, CHARLES 

Los Angeles 
Business Admin, 



PlATT, STUART 

Coral Gables, Florida 
Business Admin. 
ThetaChi 
-Pledge Marshall 
-Social Chairman, 
-Vice President 



PLUTSKY, SHELL 

North Hollywood 
Business Admin. 
House Advisor 
Hedrick Hall 



POINDEXTER, LARRY POLENTZ, ROBERT POWERS, DENNIS 



REEVES, STUART 

Los Angeles 
Business Admin, 
tsf; LACC 
Beta Alpha Psi 



Downey 
Finance 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Blue Key 
Kelps 

Varsity Wrestling 
Kiowa- Barrington 
Men's Honorary 



ROEHM, TERENCE 

Los Angeles 
Business Admin. 
Alpha Kappa Psi 



Fullerton 
Finance 
Phi Kappa Psi 



SAKS, DANIEL 

Torrance 
Business Admin, 
tsf: El Camino Col. 
Assn. of Students 
& Business 
Alpha Kappa Psi, Sec. 



SALVETER, SANDRA 

Redondo Beach 
Business Admin. 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Beta Gamma Sigma 



ROSEN, MARC 

Los Angeles 
Business Admin 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Blue Key 

Assn. of Students and 
Business 

Society for Advance- 
ment of Management 
Phi Eta Sigma 

SMALL, KENNETH 
Los Angeles 
Business Admin. 



STEPHENS, ROGER STERN, DENNIS 

Los Angeles Los Angeles 

Business Admin. Business Admin. 

Sports Car Club, Pres., Phi Sigma Delta, Pres. 
Vice Pres, Rallyemaster Frosh Senate 
Editor 

So. Cal. Council of 
Gimmick Rallye Clubs 
Computer Club 



THOMPSON, ROBERT TUNG, JOHN 

San Bernardino Taipei, Taiwan 

Business Admin. Marketing 

tsf; Univ. of Colorado Epsilon Pi Delta 



VELAZQUEZ, 
EDWARD 

Sunnyvale 
Finance 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Kelps 
Blue Key 



WILEY,JOHN 
Los Angeles 
Finance 
tsf; SMCC 
Society for the 
Advancement of 
Management 
Boat and Ski Club 
Chess Club 



TANAKA,JOHN 

Hawthorne 
Business Admin. 



WATENMAKER,ALAN 

Los Angeles 
Accounting 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Blue Key 

BetaGama Sigma 
Beta Alpha Psi 
Yeomen 



WILLIAMS, JOAN 

San Francisco 
Business Admin, 
tsf; UCSB 
Delta Gamma 
Prytaneans 
Chimes 
SAE Little Sister 



UNGER,GARY 
Garden Grove 
Real Estate 
Delta Tau Delta 
California Alumni 
Scholar 



WAYNE, JAY Jr. 

Palmdale 
Management 



WOODS, JEANNE 

Los Angeles 
Business Admin. 
Assn. of Students 
& Business 
Accounting Society, 
Sec.-Treas. 
PhiChiTheta 
Computer Club 
Flying Club 



South Gate 
Business Admin, 
tsf; UC Riverside 
ThetaChi 



SAATJ IAN, RONALD 

Canoga Park 
Business Admin. 
Alpha Kappa Psi 



SNIDER, EVAN 

Sepulveda 
Business Admin. 
Cricket Team 



THOMPSON, 
EDWARD 

Lexington Park, Mo. 
Business Admin. 
NROTC 



VAN BIBBER, JAMES 

Los Angeles 
Accounting-Marketing 
Alpha Kappa Psi,Treas. 
UniCamp Counselor- 
1967 



WEISS, ROBERT 

Denver, Colo. 
Accounting 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Yeomen 
Beta Gamma Sigma 



ZWEBEN, ARTHUR 

Culver City 
Business Admin. 
ThetaChi 



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School of Public Health 

Sick and dying mice and bottles of growing 
tissue hold the keys to research now being 
done at UCLA on encephalitis. The mice and 
tissue cultures are used to grow both thevirus 
which is thought to produce the disease and 
its antigen, which can hopefully be used to 
affect cures in those suffering from 
encephalitis. 

The research is not particularly pleasant to a 
lay mind. The stench of hundreds of animals 
is overpowering in the research area. The 
thought of so many white mice being 
exterminated is repugnant, even if it may be 
necessary. 






But it is with thesetools, within strange-looking 
and sterile laboratories cluttered with glass 
tubing, small black-lettered labels, stainless 
steel, and animal cages, that Dr. Telford Work, 
head of the encephalitis research project, 
hopes to find concrete insight into the causes 
and cures of this disease. 




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Dr. Telford Work 



School of Nursing 




272 







His name is "Sickly Simon" and he's a plastic 
man who lives in the School of Nursing. He's 
there to give student nurses someone to 
practice medical treatments on and improve 
their "bedside manner." 

"Sickly Simon" ispartoftheSchool of Nursing's 
supplementary Resource Unit for 
Independent Study (RUFIS) which was 
instituted two years ago with the aid of a 
federal grant. Its purpose is to provide material 
that student nurses can utilize without being 
under stress in the classroom or with a 
patient. 

The senior year emphasizes clinical nursing 
and working with patients. Student nurses 
are first given complete responsibility for one 
patient, and in the seventh and last quarter 
they serve as members of a nursing team to 
plan care for groups of patients. The focus is 
on nursing care, medical treatment and 
working with others. 





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Seniors, School of Nursing 




ALTMAN, NAOMI 

Los Angeles 
Nursing 
Alpha Tau Delta 



APPLEBEE, SUSAN 

Claremont 
Nursing 

tsf: DC Santa Barbara 
Alpha Tau Delta 
Social Chairman of 
Nursing Class 



BLACKETT. LYNN 

Torrance 
Nursing 

tsf: Cal State LB 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Philanthropy Chrm. 
Greek Week Queen 



COOKE, RITA 

Redlands 
Nursing 

tsf: San Bernardino 
Valley JC 

Helen Matthewson 
Club 

Alpha Tau Delta 
Panhellenic Schlshp, 
HMC Scholarship 
SNAC 

ENGESSER, 
MARGARET 

Carpinteria 
Nursing 
Alpha Xi Delta 



MCKEE, KATHLEEN 

Riverside 
Nursing 

tsf: Westmont Col- 
Alpha Delta Chi, Sec., 
Chaplain 

Little Sisters of Alpha 
Gamma Omega 



PAGE, CAROL 
Kailua, Hawaii 
Nursing 
Regents Scholarstiip 



BAUMP, KAREN 

Orange 
Nursing 



BENEDICT, MARILYN 

Santa Barbara 
Nursing 

tsf: Univ. of Iowa 
Sigma Kappa 



BOEHMER, SHARON BOWEN, ROWENA BURTOFT, KATHLEEN 



Pacific Palisades 
Nursing 
Chi Omega 
Regents Scholar 



Los Angeles 
Nursing 
Alpha Tau Delta 
SNAC 

Soph, Sweethearts 
Harambee 
Helen MathewsonClub 



DEARRIETA, CHERYL DIEHL, IRENE 
RAE Los Angeles 

Canoga Park Nursing 

Nursing 
Kappa Delta 
Masonic Affiliate Club 
SNAC 



FLYNN, DRENA 

Los Angeles 
Nursing 
tsf: SMCC 



PREY, LOUISE 

Reseda 
Nursing 
tsf: Pierce J C 
SNAC, Treas. 



GILLETTE, MURIEL 

Los Angeles 
Nursing 

tsf: Western Col. 
Delta Zeta 
Sabers, Vice Pres. 
Little Sisters of Acacia, 
Treas. 

Province Action Comm. 
Pres,, Sec. 

JOHNSON, KAY 

Los Angeles 
Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 
Rieber Hall 



GOBLE, KATHLEEN 

Whittier 
Nursing 

tsf: Fullerton JC 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Sabers 

Nursing Class Pres 
SNAC 



LOOFBOUROW, 
JANET 

Glendale 
Nursing 

tsf: Glendale Col. 
Alpha Tau Delta, 
Pledge Marshal 
School of Nursing 
Senior Class Pres. 



MOUZAKIS, VIRGINIA 

Couina 
Nursing 
SNAC 



PORTER, MARY 
Santa Barbara 
Nursing 

tsf: UC Santa Barbara 
Brum Young 
Democrats 



GOTHOLD, 
CHRISTINE 

Whittier 
Nursing 
Alpha Tau Delta 
Student Medical Conf. 
Angel Flight 



MAINHURST, 
MARTHA 

Sepulveda 
Nursing 
Alpha Tau Delta 
Sr. Nursing Class Sec. 



NOBLE, JUDY 
Nursing 



POWER, LYNNE 

Pacific Palisades 
Nursing 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 
President 

Women's Extramural 
Volleyball Team 



Pittsburgh, Penn. 
Nursing 



DOYLE, DIANNE 

Anaheim 
Nursing 

tsf Fullerton JC 
Alpha Tau Delta 



GERHART,JULIE 

Los Angeles 
Nursing 



HAYES, ANN 

Pasadena 
Nursing 
tsf: Pasadena CC 



MCALLISTER, 
MARILYN 

Wrightsville, Penn 
Nursing 

tsf: Brigham Young 
Univ. 
LDS Student Assn. 



OPPELT, SUSAN 

Anaheim 
Nursing 
tsf: Fullerton JC 
Alpha Tau Delta 



RAE, DIANA 

Tustin 
Nursing 
Alpha Phi 
Anchors 

Little Sisters of Theta 
Delta Chi, Pres. 



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RUDOLPH, KAY 


SANDERS, LINDA 




SCHOLZ.ANN 


SCOTT, PATRICIA 


La Mesa 


Orange 




Anaheim 


Anaheim 


Nursing 


Nursing 




Nursing 


Nursing 


Anchors 


tsf: Santa Ana JC 






tsf:FullertonJC 




Pres,, Browning House, 




Alpha Tau Delta 




Hershey Hall 










Brum Christian 










Fellowship 










SNAC 








SMITH. LINDA 


TREEBS, CAROL 




VENABLE, JANET 


WATTERS. MARY 


Inglewood 


Cleveland, Ohio 




Nursing 


Los Angeles 


Nursing 


Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta, 

Sec. 

UCLA Lifeguard 


Rec. 




Nursing 



WHYTE, KAREN 


WICKLUND,GAIL 


WITTEN, PAULA 


Huntington Beach 


San Bernardino 


San Fernando 


Nursing 


Nursing 


Nursing 


tsf; SMCC 


Soph, Sweethearts 


tsf: LA Valley Col. 


Alpha Tau Delta, Treas. 


URA Choral Club 


Alpha Tau Delta 


SNAC 


Spring Sing 
Speakers and Rules 
Committee 






Seniors, School of Public Health 



ADACHI.HARUYE 


BROWN, KAY 


FORMAN. MARC 


LUM.TREIS 


Los Angeles 


Riverside 


Santa Monica 


Stockton 


Public Health 


Nursing 


Nutritional Science 


Public Health Nutrition 




Alpha Omicron Pi 




tsf:GlendaleJC 
Youth for McCarthy 
Young Democrats 
Nisei Bruin Club 
Chinese Club 


RAZ,SHMUEL 


SKAGLUND. LINDA 


VANIS, RICHARD 


WEBER, PAUL 


Ramat-Gan, Israel 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Beverly Hills 


Public Health 


Dietetics 


Environ, Health 


Public Health 




Kappa Delta 


Phi Delta Theta 


Alpha Epsilon Pi 




Anchors 


Kelps 


Yeomen 




Homecoming Comm. 


Rugby 






Mardi Gras Comm. 








Monte Carlo Nite 








Comm. 








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School of Medicine 



They are a fraternity of sorts. A very special 
fraternity whose membership is not limited 
by sex or age or education or race. There is 
only one q ualif ication for membership which 
is also the reward for belonging: to have had a 
successful kidney transplant, in other words, 
to be alive. 




In scientific endeavors a 67 per cent rate of 
success would be disappointing, but when 
this 67 per cent is applied to a fatal disease 
whose only hope for a cure ten years ago was 
for a twin transplant, the success rate is 
phenomenal. After transplant surgery, the 
patient must spend weeks, months, years 
under hemodialysis (filtering the blood to 
remove impurities which the new kidney can not 
yet handle), and will need special medicines 
to stymie the body's reaction against the new 
kidney for the rest of their lives. 







Dr. Donald Martin, Surgery 





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Their faces are flushed, blood-red, and swollen 
from the treatment at the clinic. They are 
Rubenesque cherubs, glowing with the force 
of a new life. And each time they meet, they 
count the faces of their small fraternity, 
hoping. 



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Dr. Ralph Goldman, Medicine 



School of Law 




Wallace Farrell, 
Chief Justice, Moot Court 




Each entering student soon discovers tlnat the 
curriculum in law school involves the study of 
the law as it is interpreted and applied by 
appellate courts. Behind the decisions of every 
appellate court is the effort of practicing 
attorneys, manifested by the briefs and oral 
arguments. The purpose of the attorneys is 
not only to present the law as it currently 
exists, but, more importantly, to persuade the 
bench that one interpretation should prevail 
over another. 




The efficacy of the arguments depends largely 
upon the coherency of the brief and the 
eloquence and persuasiveness of the oral 
presentation. These attributes are 
indispensable to the successful attorney and 
should be developed as early as possible. Thus, 
the purpose of the Moot Court Program is to 
aid in the development of these skills by 
affording each law student the opportunity 
to write an appellate brief and deliver an oral 
argument. 

The first phase of the Moot Court Program is 
the mandatory program for first-year students. 
As this is the only exposure to appellate 
advocacy for most students, the first-year 
competition is designed primarily as alearning 
device. During the latter two quarters of the 
academic year, each student is req uired to 
prepare an appellate brief from a transcript of 
a hypothetical trial. The cases are then argued 
before benches composed of members of the 
Honors Program. 

In the second phase, an honors competition 
of a select group of students who combine 
academic achievement with proficiency in oral 
and written argumentation during the first 
year program, the candidates present their 
cases to benches comprised of prominent 
judges and attorneys. The Honors Program 
affords the unique opportunity for contact 
with the practicing profession in an 
atmosphere simulating the requirements and 
challenges of actual appellate practice. 




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School of Dentistry 







Dr. Arthur Johnson doesn't live in Orange 
County. Which is probably a good thing, since 
he's busy devising a new and more efficient 
way of flouridating teeth. Since flouridated 
water produces only a minimal increase in the 
flouride concentration in teeth, Dr. Johnson 
has attempted to build up the amount of 
flouride in the teeth without incurring the 
problems of too great a concentration of 
flouride in the rest of the organism. Dr. 
Johnson has been able to accomplish this by 
using pressure-injection needle-less guns 
which concentrate the flouride around the 
still imbedded (pre-erupted) teeth of children. 
Extensive tests have demonstrated that the 
pre-erupted tooth absorbs much more 
flouride than the fully erupted tooth. Test 
injections of colored dye into gelatin molds 
surrounding extracted teeth and into test 
animals and human cadavers have proven the 
effectiveness of Dr. Johnson's approach. So 
there may be hope for healthy teeth in the 
children of tomorrow. Despite OrangeCounty. 






Dr. Arthur Johnson 



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School of Architecture and Urban Planning 




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One might think that things are taking a turn 
for the better. While you and I are busy 
building castles in the air, the students of the 
School of Architecture and Urban Planning 
are building them out of cardboard. 

Urban design-city planning-is becoming 
increasingly important as the unprecedented 
rate of growth of the world's population has 
set in motion huge efforts to providefor man's 
needs to live and work in close proximity with 
other men. A new technology of city building 
is being evolved to keep pace with the 
accelerated rate of urban growth. 





The Urban Design Program at UCLA is based 
on the conviction that Urban Design education 
is closely linked to a number of inter-related 
disciplines. The curriculum is organized to 
respond sensitively to the creative and 
experimental ideas of those disciplines to 
permit the dynamic interaction of contrasting 
approaches. The UCLA program incorporates 
related scientific and technological disciplines 
into the design studio asan integral partof the 
design process. 



283 




Graduate School of Education 



284 



Joe Lucero, Audio Visual Dept. 



Moore Hall 326 is a television studio- almost. 
In stark surroundings, under bright lights, 
student teachers here present prepared 
lessons to a video camera which records their 
actions and later allows students to see 
themselves as their own students will someday. 
The room feels far removed from the standard 
classroom, but with a few props-blackboard 
behind and a table of fellow students to 
whom one can talk-the would-be teacher 
gets a fair idea of his future role. 





Since 1962, the audio-visual section of the 
Department of Education has worked to train 
students in the operation of all audio-visual 
equipment; each year it produces numerous 
educational films for students and teachers 
to use in their classes; now, through the use 
of the studio and a mobile video-tape camera, 
audio-visual aids is yet another facet of 
teacher training. 



285 



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School of Library Service 

Dr. Seuss is buried in Powell Library, and there 
he is alive! 

Since 1961, the Department of Special 
Collections of the College Library has been 
acquiring theoriginal manuscripts and 
drawings of the Dr. Seuss books. 




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In anareaofPowell RESERVED FOR PATRONS 
OF THE DEPARTMENT ONLY, filing cabinets 
and map drawers hold 32 years of the doctor's 
classic children's literature alongside the 
original works of Erasmus, Aldous Huxley, Ray 
Bradbury, Henry Miller, and others. 

Special Collections is dusty preservation- 
without dust. Centuries of literature are here 
filed efficiently away, to be recalled to light 
and life on those occasions when portions of 
the various collections are put on public 
display or when some advance researcher 
reopens the pages in hopes of first-hand 
insight into the minds of the past. 





Brooke Whiting, Special Collections 



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School of Social 

In relation to the current busing of children 
between schools to improve their educational 
experience, four students in the School of 
Welfare have conducted a study at the 
Psychology Clinic School for their PhD theses. 
This study, under the direction of Dr. Harry 
Kitano, investigates the impact of a research 
demonstration program concerned with the 
remediation of learning problems on 
disadvantaged children during the 1966-67 
school year. 

Fourteen boys who had attended PCSfulltime 
during the previous year under this program, 
and their parents, were interviewed. Grades, 
attendance, and teachers' evaluations of 
classroom behavior at the public schools to 
which they returned were obtained for these 
students and a control group. 

Would there be any significant changes in the 
education progress of these boys once they 
returned to their original school and familiar 
environment? 




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Clay McCravey, Ruth Flack, ReneTihista, Prof. Harry Kitano, Marion Pastor 




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289 



Graduate Degrees 




AMANO.MATSUKICHI 


AYUYAO, SAVACION 


BAMBOYE, BOLAJI 


BARN ETT, TOM 


Sagamihara, Japan 


Ormoc City, Leyle 


Lagos, Nigeria 


Los Angeles 


PhD 


Philippines 


MA 


MBA 


Business Admin. 


MA 


Education 


Business Admin. 


tsf: Meiji Gakuin Univ. 


Speech 


Communications Media 




Alpha Kappa Psi 


tsf: Univ. of St. Tomas 


tsf: USAID: Nigeria 




"A Study of Employ- 


Filipino Club 


Projects 




ment Patterns and a 


Speech Graduate 


"Audio-Visual Materials 




Measurement of 


Student Assn. 


and Equipment in the 




Employee Attitudes in 


ToyI Delegate 


Secondary Schools and 




Japanese Firms at 




Teacher Training Col- 




Los Angeles." 




leges of Lagos, Nigeria" 




BELOSICROY 


BERMAN, COLETTE 


BLANKENSHIP, 


BUTTS, OMERIA 


Covina 


Los Angeles 


DOUGLAS 


Los Angeles 


MS 


MA 


Louisville, Ky. 


MS 


Marketing 


Business Education 


PhD 


Nursing 


Honors at Entrance 


"An Analysis of the 


Political Geography 




EOP Master Tutor 


Problems and Practices 


tsf: Univ. of Kentucky 




Assn. of Students and 


Relating to the Format 


"Analysis of Theoriesof 




Business 


and Style of Written 


World Power and 




Newman Club 


Communications at 
UCLA- 


Control" 




CLEMENTS, CHARLES 


COOPER, ANDREW 


DAVID, GEORGE 


EMMANOVILIDES, 


Albuquerque, N.M. 


Burbank 


Los Angeles 


DEMETRIUS 


MS 


MBA 


MBA 


Rolling Hills Estates 


Quantitative Methods 


Business Admin. 


Business Admin. 


MS 


Alpha Kappa Psi 


tsf: UC Riverside 


Alpha Kappa Psi 


Electrical Engineering 


Pi Mu Epsilon 


UniCamp Board 
Alpha Kappa Psi 


Karate Club 




ERDYNAST.AL 


FIELDS, ROBERT 


FILICE,ALAN 


FISHER, ALAN 


Los Angeles 


Burbank 


Gilroy 


Los Angeles 


MBA 


MPH 


MS 


MA 


Management Theory 


Medical Care 


Geology 


Economics 


Cal Club Chmn. 


Organization and 


tsf: San Jose State 


Departmental Scholar 


Proiect India 


Administration 




in Economics 


Order of the Golden 






Omicron Delta Epsilon 


Bruin 






Pi Gamma Mu 


Comm.on Education 






Alpha Mu Gamma 


and Society 








FORNESS, STEVEN 


GLUCKSMAN, MARC 


GRIFFIN,JEROLD 


GROSSBERG, EGON 


Denver, Colo. 


Los Angeles 


Arcadia 


Elwood, Victoria 


EdD 


Mathematics 


MA 


Australia 


Special Education 


"A Study of Higher 


Economics 


MBA 


"Laterality in Retarded 


Order Congruences" 


Scuba Club Pres. 


Commercial Law 


Readers with Brain 




Omicron Delta Epsilon 


tsf: Melbourne Univ. 


Dysfunction" 






"Application of 
Computers to 
Accounting" 


HART, CHARLES 


HSIEH, NAN-CHANG 


HUSAIN,AKHTAR 


ITAGAKLKINGORD 


MA 


Tainan, Taiwan 


Hyderabad, India 


Glendale 




PhD 


MS 


MBA 




Statistics 


Systems Engineering 


Business Admin. 




Beta Gamma Sigma 


Univ. Cooperative 

Housing Assn. 

AIAA 

ASME 

Computer Club 

ESUC 




KANEKO, KYORO 


KANG,HYE-JO 


LAZARUS, DARRELL 


LEE, SHAO-JU 


Los Angeles 


Nagata-Ku, Kobe 


Fresno 


Taipei, Taiwan 


MA 


Japan 


MPH 


MS 


Journalism 


MBA 


Community Health 


Quantitative Methods 




Business Admin. 


Education 

tsf: Fresno State Col. 
Delta Beta Lambda 
"Community Health 
Education in Action" 




LEW, STEPHEN 


LIM, PAULINO JR. 


LUTZ,JOAN 


MC COURT, JAMES 


Los Angeles 


Camalig, Albay 


Garden City, N.Y. 


Los Angeles 


Phd 


Philippines 


MLS 


MBA 


Meteorology 


PhD 


Library Service 


Management Theory 




English 


tsf: Univ. of Colorado 


tsf: Kansas State Univ. 




"The Style of 


Students of Library 


Alpha Kappa Psi 




Byron's Rays" 


Service 


Delta Mu Delta 






Library Service 


Society for the 






Class Pres. 


Advancement of 
Management 
Rifleand Pistol Club 



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MC DONALD, 


MIGUEL, FE 


NICKERSON, 


NICKLE, NEIL 


RICHARD 


Cabatuan, Isabela 


EVERETT 


Glendale 


Los Angeles 


Philippines 


Santa Barbara 


MS 




MA 


PhD 


Geology 




Education 


Meteorology 


tsf: Cal State LA 






"An Application of an 


"Geology of the 






Integral Method to the 


Southern Part of the 






Problem of Circular 


Buena Vista Hills, 






Covette Flow" 


Churchill County, 
Nevada" 


OCHI.TOSHIO 


PETERS, HELEN 


PUGH, DENNIS 


QUON. WILLIAM 


ikuta-ku, Kobe 


Biafra 


Salina, Kansas 


Los Angeles 


Japan 


MA 


MS 


MA 


MS 


English 


Quantitative Analysis 


Mathematics 


Business Admin. 


African Students Assn. 






Japances Student 


Vice Pres. 






Assn. 


Board of Directors, 
Central City 
International Center 
Biafran StudentsAssn. 






RODRIGUEZ. 


ROSSMAN, JERRY 


ROST,JEROLD 


RUDKIN. RON 


ROBERTO 


LLB 


Bridgeport, Conn. 


Los Angeles 


Los Angeles 


Law 


MBA 


MS 


MA 




Management 


Operations Managemt. 


Art 






tsf: SFVSC 


tsf: Univ. of Havana 






Alpha Kappa Psi 


Newman Center 








RUSK, PATRICIA 


SHENG, LAN-PYAY 


STANISLAWSKI, 


STEINHAUER. DONNA 


Los Angeles 


Taipei. Taiwan 


CAROL 


Clovis 


MPH 


MA 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


MFA 


Public Health 


Mathematics 


PhD 


Acting 


tsf: UC Berkeley 




Clinical Psychology 


tsf: Fresno State Col. 


Riding Club Vice Pres. 




"The Effects of 


Best Actress Award '67 


Student Photographer 




Dependency Arousal 




Mountaineering Club 




on Learning" 




Newman Graduate 








Group 








TOBIAS, ROBERT 


TUCEY. RICHARD 


WANG, KUAN-CHUNG 


WONG. PHILIP 


Los Angeles 


Long Beach 


Taipei, Taiwan 


Arcadia 


LLB 


MBA 


MS 


MS 


Law 


Business Admin. 


Business Admin. 


Management 


tsf; Hastings Law Sch 


Society for the 




IEEE 


Phi Delta Phi 


Advancement of 
Management, 
1st, 2nd Vice Pres. 








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Executive Director 



Returning to UCLA after a brief absence 
is Adoiph T. Brugger who took over 
the post of Executive Director of 
ASUCLA last summer, succeeding the 
retiring William C. Ackerman. 

Brugger, who received his BA, MEd 
and EdD degrees at UCLA, held the 
position of Dean of Men from 1961 
to 1965 here, and then transferred 
to the UC Riverside campus where 



he served two years as Dean of Students. 

In taking over his new position, 
Brugger began by carefully studying 
ASUCLA and its functions in serving 
the campus community. "We compli- 
ment rather than compete with those 
services that are available in the 
community and provide the oppor- 
tunities that the university is uniquely 
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Ralph Stilwell 
Student's Store Manager 



Managers and Directors ASUCLA 




Harry Morris 
Publications Manager 



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DaleSpickler 

Program and Activities Manager 



Donald Walden 
Business Manager 




Robert Herre 

Food Services Manager 



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Joe Rubinstein 

ASUCLA President 

I'm a poor leader, but I'm not supposed 

to lead. 



Undergraduate Student's Association 



Richard Gross 

Administrative Vice President 

The vice presidents' jobs are irrelevant. 

Not the people, just the offices. 



Lisa Victor 

First Vice President 

The first vice president doesn't do 

much, and what is done could be 

handled by the president's secretary. 





Rosalee Sass 

Cultural Affairs Commissioner 

I have no influence on SLC at all. 



Dwight Smith 

Student Welfare Commissioner 
Everyone is doing his own thing and 
we're not concerned with legislating. 



Ross Munoz 

Educational Policy Commissioner 
We bring things up and we argue, but 
nothing really significant is done. 



Student Legislative Council 



Zach Franks 

General Representative 

So far I've had only two visitors come 

into my office to talk to me. 



Susan Goldman 

Student Facilities Commissioner 

My role, in reality, is a lot of aggravation. 



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Bob Vernon 

Community Service Commissioner 

We can't become so insulated as to think 

there is nothing beyond this campus. 



Steve Jacobson 

NSA Representative 

As for himself, Jacobson said he is not 

trying to keep from being spread too 

thin. 



Les Scher 

General Representative 

I have raised political consciousness in 

student government about 100 percent. 




Glenn Leichman 

Campus Events Commissioner 

There is no limit to how much money we 

can make in the future. 



Eddie Anderson 

General Representative 

No matter what happens SLC is always ed. note: All the comments are taken 

entertaining, and there is nothing like from the Winter Quarter Daily Bruin 

good vaudeville. series of articles on SLC. 




Graduate Student Association 



The policy making body of the Graduate 
Students' Association is the GSA council, 
which elects the president of the 
Association-this year, Harry Whitaker. 
The council is composed of elected 
representatives from each school or 
department in the University which has 
15 or more graduate students. 



The work of the Association is divided 
into three main categories: providing 
services aimed to meet the needs of 
graduate students; sponsoring social 
and intellectual programs and activities 
for graduates; and representing graduate 
students' interests in the field of 
academics and to the campus 
community. 



In addition to a variety of special cultural 
presentations, GSA sponsors symposia, 
departmental seminars, and speakers 
that are requested bygraduatestudents. 
The Association also supports such 
graduate-related groups as Singrads, 
the Furniture Co-op, and Married 
Students' Housing. 





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Byron H.Atkinson 



Board of Control 

Board of Control exercises final authority 
on financial matters involving the 
Associated Students. All budgets are 
prepared under the direction of the 
Board and are applied, expended, and 
discharged as the Board determines. 




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Harry Whitaker 



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Paul C. Hannum 



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Cultural Commission 



Front row: Chris Wood, Chairman; April Anson, Tony Reif, Valerie Oleon, 
Vytas Barauskas. Bacl< row: Don Willis, Deanna Nordquist, Paul Cerny, 
Les Otis, Jon Wright, Don Gottesman. 

Bottom row: Rosalee Sass, Joyce Bennett, Lillian Wilds, Renata Landres. 
Top row: Bob Friedman, Don Wyman, Paul Boumbulian, Jay Heifitz. 





Elections Board 

Bottom row: Gary Payer, Carol Gilbert, Ron Kadish, Top row: Jeanette Webb, 
Chairman; Ann Flemming, Steve Kolb, Lloyd Foote, Jeff Oblath, Jackie Bell, 
SueOblinger. 

Finance Committee 

Steve Breitstein, Craig Auld, Mark Chambers, Jim Heitbrink-chairman, 
Rich Marks, Ginny Stahl, Bill Pennington. 





Freshman Cheering Squad 

Bottom row: Diane Suda, Cathy Rothenberger, Ester Friedman. Second 
row: Cindy Held, Debbie Palmquist, Chris Teeple. Top row: Allan Pollchik, 
Dave Eggleston, Evanne Levin, Jim Feld, Jerry Cans. 

Freshman Executive Council 

Joan Ulrey, Tom Bergner, Darlene Velicki, Harry Sloan, Mark Armbruster, 
Terry Friedman. 



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AWS Presidents Board 

Left row, front to back: Carol Rubinger, Anita Ares, Judi Coyne, Audrey 
Teren, Sue Chanter, Vera Micic, Linda Goldenberg, Vicki Harris, Jane Myers, 
Ellen Turner, Bea Svoboda. Right row: Randy Johnson, Judy Wood, Debbie 
Zarate, Terry Soder, Laurie Harris, April Anson, Lisa Victor, Sandy Glauser, 
Claire Carlson. 



Associated Women Students 



Best Dressed Coed Jeanie Kronberg 




Linda Golden berg-secretary- treasurer, Sandy Glauser-fash- 
ion board chairman, Laurie Harris-president, Audrey Teren- 
publicity. Vera Micic-vice president. 



Fashion Board 

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Bottom row: Sue Grant, Janis Van Buskirk, Crissy Vol!, Sandy Giauser- 
chairman, Sandy Essen, Jan Fox, Mary Jane Stricklin. Second row: Desi 
Pagliuso, Leah Mittleman, Judy Poliquin, Diane Barry, Linda Bradshaw, 
Ann Stiles. Top row: Carolyn Johns, Robyn McCleary, Margo Doran, Nancy 
Rethmeier, Laurie Buffington, Cynthia del Rosario. 





Homecoming 



Bottom row: Betty Spaere, Kathy Keane, Rom Werner, Shan Butler, Bill 
Pennington, Valene Marlow, Sandy Shapiro, Sharon Krevitz, Gmny Stahl. 
Top row: John Barrie, Rich Morese, Larry Cohen, Judy Milman, Glen Leich- 
man, Sol Weisel, Kathy Masterson, Nancy Shapiro, Lynn Shulem. 



Monte Carlo Nite 



Bottom row: Laine Kossly, Paul Supnik, Kathy Keane, Bert Kleinkauf, Vickie 
Harris. Top row: Glenn Leichman, SteveHauser, Duane Oliveira, Les Munson, 
Bonnie Blomberg, Rich Morese, Paula Nowels, J_an Ryder, Sherry Rose, 
Nancy Mozur. 





Mardi Gras 



Bottom row; Robyn Hickey, Jackie Winer, Linda Goldenberg, Bob Einriich- 
chairman, Siierry Frankel, Julie Kincaid, Audrey Teren. Top row; Jim Agazzi, 
Ray Brogliatti, Larry Weiss, Stuart Rutkin, Marsha Noskin, Doug Gillies, 
Dave Silverman, Stan Shoemaker, Ken Richards. 



Spring Sing 



Bottom row: Jim Farley, Paula Benford, Barry Schreiber, Lee Meisenheimer, 
Linda Osuch, Don Otto, Linda MIeziva, Joe Ward, Joan Shanedling, Venita 
Herman. Top row; Jane Robbins, Holly Hutchins, Gloria Cervenak, Ginny 
Stahl, Sue Gordon, Jody Zeimer, Judy Milman, Larry Kohn, Evanne Levin, 
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Clockwise: Anna Drumlewlczy, Chuck Reld, Paul Slaven-chairman, Steph- 
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UniCamp Board 



Bottom row: Jim Murray, Bill Lovallo, Claire Woodson, Greg Gregory, Dave 
Mammons, Maxine Tanney, Mike Dofflemyre, Cyndi Lear, Al Cutrow, Charlie 
Windon. Second row: Dave Karton, Andy Cooper, Ron Javor, Tom Caswell, 
Earl Weitzman, Rock Litten, Sheri Kawahara. Top row: Laurie Harris, 
Stephana Roth, Ann Rieber, Gale Barsamian, Mali Dubin, Kathy Hobbs, 
Georgene Bloodgood, Mary Jane Hopper. 



Senior Council 



Leslie Berkman, Senior News Editor; Ed Moore, Secretary; Linda Standridge, 
President; John Mason, Vice-President; David Treiman, Treasurer; Vicki 
Benes, Publicist. 








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Brian Weiss 
Editor-in-Chief 



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Roz Davis 

Assistant Managing Editor 

Larry May 
City Editor 



Allan Mann 
Managing Editor 



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Photographer and Consulting Editor 



Pat Sours 
Secretary 




Norm Levin 

Sports Editor and Photographer* 




Ann Rieber 

Editor-in-Chief and Designer 



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Copy Editor 



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Pat Connelly 
Organizations Editor 



ElayneJacobson 
Secretary 





Dena Lieberman 
Business Manager 



Sandy Glauser 
Secretary 





Photography Staff 



Bottom row: Len Hartkemeier, Al Dubas, Dean Mordecdi, Dean Berkui. 
Top row: Stanley MIndel, Stretch Hussey, Nancy Heller, Frank Halberg, 
Karen Birkenes, Norm Schindler, Stan Troutman. 



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Why is KLA one of the nation's top college radio stations? 

A few news scoops, a lot of first plays, the biggest dance in the history of 
ASUCLA, two brand new studios, lo-power A.M., a Christmas goose, a 
couple of rebellions, Dave Stern's vocabulary, Johnny Lindy's sense of 
humor, Charley's and Barry's screaming. Summer's suaveness, Polon's 
and Lacy's engineering. Berton's beard, Ted Mack's control, a station 
leprechaun, Scott's telephone bill, Cogan's U.P.I., Rita's traffic. Art's week- 
end extras and General Bauer's bill managing. 

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Satyr 



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Diana Selk 
Managing Editor 



Of all the possible organizations one can join on this vast 
complex multiplicit superextraordinary campus the 
most secretive, the most exclusive, the most interesting, the 
most abnormal, the most hungry, the most amusing, the 
most sane, the most most, is of course, the organization 
represented on these two pages. Why? Because. Because it 
is a place one can come in and feed our pet mouse and 
not feel hung up by outside pressures. Because it is a 
place where one can do their most ***awful thing and no 
one will say No or Get Out. Because it is a place where 
one can cometo escape the whole ******-up universe. 
Because it is a place where one can meet others exasperated 
and frustrated and seeking that great ***** in the sky to 
fly us high on the whirlwinds of our mind. Because WE 
JUST DON'T GIVE A HOLY****. And that has made all the 
difference. Between living the life of a normal stupid 
apathetic student and an abnormal stupid ******.*** 
student. In fact, we don't even consider ourselves students. 
At least, not students FIRST. No, first, we're people. Sound 
like ****? it is, naturally, but nevertheless there are so few 
people and so many many students. As our efficient 
Managing Editor, Diana Selk, just said - I'm making our 
office sound like an "obscene *♦*+*****." She is absolutely 
100% correct. For there is humor in obscenity. And we 
should know, for practice makes perfect and we are 
perfection personified (all except Diana who is nice and 
innocent and happy because she doesn't understand all 
the ***** words shouted in natural fun in our office. 
Diana, you see, is Satyr's very own flower child. So nice to 
have one of everything). There are other "types" around 
here too. There's the dual bobsietwin combo's of 
Kellerman and Elias (more like Siamese twins) and Cherry 
and Josephs (Wesley is often unhappy because Bob is 
already married. They meet here secretly when Wesley's 
girlfriend isn't looking). And there's the "All-American" Boy, 
Mr Clean himself, Stephan Rustad. A pity about him -he's 
the type who would go on the "Dating Game" and claim 
membership to the Glee Club rather than Satyr. He's 
alsothetype who wouldn't be picked. He's a little too 
clean. But he's a **** of an illustrator and we all sort of 
like him for bolstering our image to the outside world. 
(Need tables? Talk to a janitor. Better send Steve, he LOOKS 
clean.) Scott Lynd and his friend Mike will be around next 
year and he's really crazy, really . . . CRAZY . . . 
unbelievably crazy, no kidding, gotta watch out for this one, 
thinks he's a rock star, always getting ******, always 
seeing stars (nyah nyah, learn to put up with these puns, 
people. Pray). Jonny Greenspan - here's your name. Now 
sell ads! Hey, did I leave out Baby Jane? Can't leave out 



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those nasty pictures but who comes in looking sweet and 
innocent and lovable (much like the editor only we know 
about him, don't we Comm Board!) Don't get things wrong, 
Jane R. was only going to pose as something she's not. 
I mean, Jane's great, really . . . just like Scot is crazy and 
R. Stephan Hayes has a mustache. He does, too. And a 
motorcycle helmet which he wears around the office to 
avoid the dirty words being thrown at him. We only curse 
at our friends. Speaking of dirty words and people-the 
absolute dirtiest old man of them all is undoubtedly by 
popular and unpopular election and selection one Mark 
Hoffmann, never failing-to-criticize-our-beloved-editor 



whenever-he-can-in-perfctly-despicable-words-and 
phrases . . ones that can't even be printed in this 
beautifully colorful uptight yearbook which is depicting 
all the ***** things and should be displaying our office and 
mouse in four color psychedelic spreads with a fold out 
of Mark blowing his nose and coughing at the same time, 
something he's damn well good at, believe me you. Ah, 
but Mark's a fine lad, a fine lad. We love him dearly. Yes. 
Yes, we do, we do. Poor Mark, only got one lung. Poor 
Mark, 4-F'd from the army. Poor poor Mark. (Mark cuts out 
the dirty pictures he draws for us before showing the 
magazine to his mother - isn't that cute? Well, Mark, 
better not show them this yearbook-or they're gonna get 
a little suspicious. Poor Mark). Speaking of not showing 
things we never even get to see our favorite dirty man, 
old Mr. 4Q himself, Tony Auth. Tony graduated years ago 
but can't seem to say no and can't get out of the ***** 
bag, so he appears and saves us from financial failure 
each and every time. Thank you Tony. And now, the best 
for last, the editor. He is a noble savage. Well built, good 
looking, friendly, witty, talented singer, writer, reader, 
player, emotionally hysterical, paranoic about things like 
Amurica and grown-ups and responsibility and making 
money and Time and things like that, you know? But 
otherwise this ugly *********** groveling stinking heap 
of ******* is a beautiful person. He speaks gently to all, 
bestows his kingly love to all, blesses and waters down the 
trough of slobs that corner him in the office and force 
him to edit, reject, write, scream . . . that ******* him 
publicly and then slap his wrist, that promise him 
understanding and then cast off his ideas in out****** and 
crap***** and stuff him into the Daily Bruin and burn 
the whole mess. But Larry will go far. He is above all the 
**** and bother and redtape that exists down below in the 
****-ly offices of the university. Grobel will **** it. He 
will. He really will. HE WILL, I TELL YOU, I WILL .... 

Goo bye . . . goo bye . . . goo bye sweet ladies ta ta goo bye 





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Alpha Kappa Psi 




Alpha Kappa Psi, professional fraternity in 
business administration and economics, 
enjoyed a very successful year under the 
administration of Mel Locke-Michael Waechter 
and Ken Skaggs-Bill Barker. Again we won 
the coveted National Efficiency Award. Dr. 
Maurice Goudzwaard served as our faculty 
advisor, replacing Dr. Clarence Huizenga who 
left for Stanford University. 

As in the past, professional activities were 
equal to social and athletic events. Our two 
Mardi Gras publicity parades, featuring 
beautiful Playboy Playmate "Tish Howard" 
and actress Christopher West, were received 
well by UCLA's male thoroughbreds. 



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Bill Barker 
Curtis Barnes 
Jerry Boessler 
Clem Bucher 
Charles Clements 
Richard Collins 
Andrew Cooper 

George David 
Ron Dresher 
Jack Elser 
Allan Epstein 
Roger Fox 
Bill Freschi 
Paul Ginsburg 

Phil Mauser 
Kenneth Heintz 
Luis Liberman 
Peter McHugh 
Tom Miller 
Terence Roehm 
Ron Rudkin 

Ron Saatjan 
Alan Sachs 
Daniel Saks 
Ken Skaggs 
Jim Van Bibber 
Mike Waechter 
Jon Wolfson 



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Cindy Benulis 
Susan Birdsall 
Laurie Bitter 
Buffy Black 



Ellie Booth 
Cindy Caldwell 
Barbara Gate 
Diane Dolin 



Rica Duff 
Marti Ellertson 
Martha Farrington 
Susan Fields 



Janice Furey 
Gayle Garside 
Louise Gorfain 
Jill Hevrdejs 



Judy Howard 
Tern Manheim 
Paula Mazzereno 
Jane Meier 



Michele Movius 
Sue Nichols 
Karen Oakley 
Kathy Peterson 



Mary Polito 
Rose Schappek 
Kandi Shand 
Patty Stinemates 



Christine Tannehill 
Virginia Van Osdel 
Paulette Wang 



Angel Flight 

Angel Flight, the honorary auxiliary of the 
Arnold Air Society returned to campus under 
the leadership of Diane Dolin and presented 
sixteen new pledges. A beach party with 
Arnold Air tipped off fall activities which 
included attendance at Conclave in San 
Francisco, participation in Homecoming, 
and holding of a "Chain Gang" Pledge-Active 
party. At Chandelle, the semi-annual 
dinner-dance with Arnold Air Society, the 
pledges were initiated and Cindy Benulis 
installed as Commander. The Angels worked 
to finish the Cerebral Palsy Recreational 
Clinic and took underprivileged girls to the 
Los Angeles Zoo as community service. 
Spring found the Angels devoted to National 
Conclave and MardiGras. 




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Anchors 



Anchors, the women's auxiliary to the Navy 
ROTC, commenced another busy year of fun 
and activities under the leadership of Lynda 
Richardson. Beginning with Rush, the 
Anchor log included participation in 
Homecoming, exchanges with the 
midshipmen, Anonymous Anchors, College 
Student for a Day, and a ski trip. Honorary 
Anchors were presented at Anchor Review in 
February. Also at the Review, the newly 
formed drill team was introduced. With 
Carol Thorsen as Drill Captain, the group 
performed at Tempo, Disneyland, and 
Stanford. Spring found the Anchors occupied 
with the Anchor Luncheon, Mardi Gras, and 
entertaining orphans at McClaren as a 
service project as well as participation in the 
Chancellor and Sunset Reviews with the 
Midshipmen. 



Chris Alberts 
Nancy Bailey 
Cherie Baker 
Marv Beaubien 



Mary Jane Brewer 
Patricia Brown 
Barbara Burnett 
Charlene Burr 



Stephanie Carr 
Cathy Chapman 
Susan Cifranic 
Patricia Connelly 



Nancy Cook 
Linda Cooper 
Jill Cunningham 
Margaret Eaton 



Pamela Grobecker 
Caryn Hutsinpeller 
Holly Hutchins 
Karen Jackson 



YvonneJohnson 
Rosemary Kimble 
Chris Lagenfeld 
Dena Lieberman 



Mary Ellen Lopez 
Jo Ann Magee 
Helen McCullough 
Chen Mitchem 



Lynda Richardson 
Randi Riley 
Linda Shaw 
Sherry Shaw 



Linda Skaglund 
Shirley Strachan 
Sue Strong 
Carol Talpis 



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Beth Young 
Jody Zeimer 



Bruinettes 

Bruinettes serve as the official hostesses of 
the freshman class. Selected annually on the 
basis of poise, appearance, personality, and 
spirit, they greet members of visiting teams 
about to tackle the Brubabes. In addition to 
exchanges with the frosh team, activities 
include service projects and instilling pep at 
freshman athletic events. 




Andrea Booth 
Karen Britt 
Wendy Brooks 
Kathi Colclasure 
Karen Connolly 
Carolyn Crawford 
MelanieEngel 

Pat Fitzmorris 
Felice Freeman 
Ester Friedman 
Amy Glantz 
Terry Hammond 
Connie Henderson 
Karen Honnell 

Anne Jung 
Carol Klein 
Linda Kline 
Robin Koosed 
Reg ma Lax 
Barbara Levitzky 
Debby Lones 

Vicki Long 
Mane MacKay 
Laura Martin 
Cathy Medoff 
Mariane Mitchell 
Randy Morrison 
Lynn Ohren 

Debbie Palmquist 
Lyn Pettier 
Rhonda Pieter 
Suzanne Pulsifer 
Sue Randall 
Knsti Rasmussun 
Christine Swartz 

Pam Thomas 
Ellen Turner 
Barbara Weiner 
Stephanie Wong 
Joan Ulrey 
Joanne Yoffee 
Jacqueline Yip 



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Blue Key 




(Left to right) Gordon Benson-chaplain, CharlieCiark-rabbi, 
Deal Loomos-vice president, Al Cutrow-president. 



Blue Key is the Upper Division Men's 
Honorary. Less than 107o of the male students 
at UCLA are in Blue Key. Blue Key performs 
many outstanding services for the UCLA 
campus. We were ushers for the Alumni 
Banquet. We contribute money to UniCamp. 
We hold intellectual discussions. We had a 
lecture on the Bushes Anhueseres by an 
expert botanist. Dr. Alan Greenstadt put on 
a juggling exhibition with 45 plates of food. 
And our own Richard Gross, when he wasn't 
running for office, put together the first 
Blue Key speakers program. Also, we received 
$200 from SLC. 

Among the many rewards that were given to 
the UCLA campus community was the Blue 
Keyhole of the Month. The award alternately 
went between UCLA athletic trainer Larry 
Carter, and "Elenor of the Student Store," 
with Lyndon Baines Johnson copping the 
award in June by a landslide vote of all 
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Roy Barth 
Gordon Benson 
Bruce Bradley 
Ray Brogliatti 
Dennis Choate 
Charlie Clark 



Ed Collom 
George Conkey 
Roger Culbertson 
William Dess 
Bob Doss 
Tom Edwards 
Dave Fonfara 

Steve Gaines 
Tom Gold 
Stan Gordon 
Richard Gross 
Harry Gunther 
Lawrence Guzin 
Mike Hateley 



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Jim Hietbrmk 
Jim Hybiske 
Bob Hindy 
John Jenkins 
Ed Kushins 
Howard Krepack 



Andy Lewis 
Rich Logan 
John Lucan 
Dick Lynn 
Charles Mann 
Frank Marshall 



Bob Martin 
Gary Martin 
Mike Morrow 
Robert Moss 
Les Munson 
Dennis Murphy 



Doug Neillson 
Mike Niederman 
Mike Ovitz 
Greg Pawlik 
Bill Pennington 
Wayne Redfearn 



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Gerry SeidI 
Steve Stearns 
Steve Walker 
Alan Watenmaker 
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Bruin Belles 




Bruin Belles are the official hostesses of 
UCLA. A wide variety of activities include 
greeting the visiting football teams and 
hostessing for Federal Career Day, the World 
of Work Conference, UCLA Open House, and 
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the Cal-Weekend Brunch and welcome the 
Homecoming and Mardi Gras judges. Social 
activities include exchanges with the Kelps 
and the Bruin Football Team, topped off with 
the annual Bruin Belle-Beau Banquet in 
May. 



Denyse Ames 
April Anson 
Anita Ares 
Jeanne Baker 
Judy Barrie 
Susan Barton 



Mary Beaublen 
Barbara Beenken 
Kathy Block 
Mary Bomba 
Sharon Boydstun 
Linda Bradshaw 



Sue Braithwaite 
Colleen Brown 
^ Shirley Buss 
Susan Carroll 
Josle Chan 
Nancy Chien 



Tisha Cole 
Susan Conwell 
Stacy Evans 
Mary Fahey 
Andrea Farley 
Janis Findlay 



Beth Fortmueller 
Kathy Frost 
Marilyn Fuller 
Sandy Glauser 
Judy Golub 
Judy Golum 



Laurie Harris 
Nancy Hedlund 
Robyn Hickey 
Mary Izzo 
JcAnne Kashiki 
Julie Kincaid 




Kathy Klelnkauf 
Andrea Korkas 
Lora Krotz 
Cathy Landrum 
Lalnle Larkins 
Diane Leek 
Cynthia Lew 

Marni Magda 
Pam Magee 
Cassandra Malry 
Stacy Mann 
Kathy Masterson 
Suzy McDermald 
Gae McElhaney 

Jane Moomaw 
Maureen Mosher 
Arlane Mustad 
Janet Nakamura 
Cheryl Nelson 
Desi Pagliuso 
Terry Palmquist 



Kathleen Perrlne 
Betty Putchkoff 
Judy Reich 
Nancy Rethmeier 
Suzanne Rustin 
Rosalee Sass 
Sandy Shapiro 

Leslye Shelley 

Ginny Stahl 

Diana Stenen 

Renee Steuber 

Ann Stiles 

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Bobbie Tongco 
Lisa Victor 
Barbara Welsh 
Barbara Welty 
Mary Lou Williams 
Carol Winters 
Mary Zant 





Chimes 



Chimes, the junior women's honorary and 
service organization, selects twenty-five girls 
on the basis of a 2.75 g.p.a. and 
recommendations from two other major 
campus activities. Clad in gold sweaters and 
brown skirts. Chimes experienced another 
exciting year by selling "Ding SC" cow bells 
at football games to promote spirit and by 
organizing licorice sales to boost funds. The 
Spur-Chime Breakfast and All-Honorary 
Dinner, participation in traditional service 
projects, Mardi Gras, the Uni-Camper Zoo 
Trip, and the Women's Week Children's 
Party for Married Students' Housing were 
supported enthusiastically under the 
leadership of President J udy Wood, Vice 
President Carol Rubinger, Secretary 
Marilyn Harris, Treasurer Judy Poliqum, 
and Historian Vera Micic. 





Lydia Rudametkin 
Diane Shevers 
Audrey Teren 
Ronnie Weinir 
Judy Wood 



Chris Alberts 
Anne Ayres 
Betty Bogamez 
Ann Brooks 
Barbara Burnett 
Susan Caldwell 
Susan Carter 



Cindy Catton 
Ginger Fulton 
Linda Goldenberg 
Marilyn Harris 
Jo Ann Kashiki 
Sharon Krevitz 
Shelley Leftgoff 

Janie Martin 
Vera Micic 
Judy Millman 
Maureen Mosher 
Pat Mulvey 
Judy Poliquin 
Jann Reitter 



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Chi Alpha Delta 

Under the leadership of President Beverly 
Yorimoto, the Chi's enjoyed another year of 
service and social activities. Beginning 
with Rush Week the Chi's welcomed fifteen 
new members into sisterhood. The annual 
Christmas Dance held at the Ambassador 
Hotel and the Formal Initiation of the 
pledges at the Century Plaza Hotel high- 
lighted the year. Parties, more activities and 
service projects made members of Chi 
Alpha Delta experience another meaningful 
and successful year. 




President Beverly Yorimoto 




Carole Doiwchi 
Janice Fujikuni 
Cathy Fukui 
Kay Funakoshi 
Carolyn Gee 
June Ikemoto 
Chayl Iwashita 

Ivy Iwashita 
Joanne Izumo 
Eva Jew 
Dianne Jue 
Kim Kamoto 
Patti Kamoto 
Peggy Kobayas hi 

Sachi Kodama 
Patty Kokubun 
Judy Maruyama 
Jane Monhara 
Karen Nakajima 
Joyce Nishmaga 
Julie Nishizu 

PatOkuda 
Candy Ota 
Susan Ryang 
Candi Saito 
Carolyn Saito 
Susan Shimuzu 
Penny Shinohara 

Laura Shiozaki 
Grace Tanihara 
Thalia Taomae 
Naomi Uyeda 
Mary Ung 
Nancy Uyemura 
Diane Watanabe 



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California Club 




April Anson 
Al Erdynast 
Fay Gormly 
Richard Gross 



Leslie Harbottle 
Stephens Harter 
Vera Micic 
Marsha McGaugh 



Pam Pinnell 
Ann Rieber 
Sharon Storm 
Don Wyman 



California Club is an all-University club 
founded in 1934 by Robert Gordon Sproul, 
then President of the University. There are 
now nine chapters, one on every UC campus. 
Basically, Cal Club serves as an agency 
for communication of opinions between 
students and the President on matters 
concerning the University. This year the 
emphasis was placed on the problem of 
undergraduate education, as the UCL7\ 
chapter considered the Kneller Report, the 
communication problems of the Dow 
incident, and the considered tuition. 
Members of the Administration and of the 
faculty were invited totheeveningdiscussion 
meetings. 

The Cal Club convention was at the Davis 
campus this year, so the UCLA members 
got a glimpse of agriculture as well as a 
chance to speak with both President Hitch 
and former President Kerr. The all-University 
spirit prevailed as student leaders from all 
campuses compared and discussed current 
problems. 



Chi Delta Pi 

Chi Delta Pi is the English Honor 
Society at UCU\. Students with a 
high scholastic average in English 
are rewarded with membership. 
Lisa Tarsey has led them through 
several coffee hours with 
distinguished novelists, poets, and 
playwrights. 




Lisa Dea Tarsey 
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Members of Cal Club are chosen to represent 
every aspect of the student body, both 
undergraduate and graduate. They are given 
a chance to evaluate closely their experiences 
at UCLA and to make suggestions to both 
the faculty and Administration for 
improvements and changes in the ever 
growing University. 




Bottom row: Andrea Bass, Denise Vandenberg, Judy Motel. Lisa Tarsey- 
president, Pat Looney, Joyce Keliner, Bob Levine. Second row: Virginia Ik- 
kanda, Wendy Rawson, Susan Smith. Cheryl Moroney. Kathy Bregder, Mir- 
iam Jurland, Jay Kenoff. Top row: Larry Grobel, Cal Oltrogge, Mane Ma- 
guire. Robert Speziale, Richard Schenker, Marty Hogue. Not pictured: Pat- 
rice Tarsey, Kathleen McSweeney, Ryba Tregilgas, Darrell Eckensley, Jeffrey 
Sobel, Michaela Iwasiuk. 



Christian Science Organization 




The Christian Science Organization provides an opportunity for students of 
Christian Science to share their religion with the University Public. 
Christian Science scientifically explains to this age the way to experience 
the all-embracing care of God. Students of Christian Science join in order 
to share experience and draw support from the application of the teachings 
of the religion. The building is open for regularly scheduled testimony 
meetings, and for the study of the Bible and the writings of Mary Baker 
Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science. 



i Sigma Alpha 




Bottom row: Gerald Cole, Candace Shand, Eva Damski, Susan Louise, Fes- 
senden Walker, Eve Duval, Andrew Friedman. Second row: Charles Mann. 
Allan Rosenthal, David Treiman, John Mason, Michael Luppi. Top row: Dav- 
id Karton, John Ryan, Bruce Kramer, Jerrold Fink-president, Martin Lipton, 
Marshall Mintz, Roger Holt, John McHugh. Not pictured: Paul Krupsaw- 



vice president. Norm Kulla- secretary, Augustin Medina Jr., Mark Resnik, 
Stuart Rutkin, Larry May, Cynthia Sonns, Paul Marcus, Benny Frydman, 
Boon Hiok Lee, Alexander Balla, Robert Mandel, William Goldsmith, Melvin 
Bernstein, Virgil Roberts. 



Conning Tower 

Conning Tower, as the professional and social 
organization of the Naval ROTC unit at 
UCLA, is open to all Midshipmen of the 
battalion. Conning Tower promotes 
friendship and helps to unify members as 
well as offering practical experiences on field 
trips and cruises on the open sea. Activities 
include exchanges with theAnchors (women's 
auxiliary to the Navy), publication of the unit 
yearbook, Porthole, and presentation of the 
Stripe and Star Ball. 




James Adams 
Jerry Baker 
Chris Cartledge 
Robert Drakes 
Bruce Dube 



Ray Dyer 
Timothy Gonick 
John Helm 
Peter Kaloudis 
David Kelsey 



Duane Lucca 
Leonard Meads 
David Nelson 
Gene Rider 
Joseph Robbins 



David Seyller 
Richard Stockton 
Edward Thompson 
Douglas Weber 
Yoshimitsu Yoshioka 



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Patty Bostwick 
Karen Cook 
Cheryl DeArrieta 
Joseph DeBold 



Donna Doll 
Laurel Donner 
Susan Ellis 
Carolyn Ferkel 



Douglas Gilbert 
Michael Hess 
Carol Hook 
George Jensen 



Nancy Kiefer 

Maxine Klein 
Margie Lehr 
Terri Manheim 



Wendy Matthews 
Gerrie Morgan 
Bonnie Nickel 
Gregg Pumphrey 



John Randall 
Linda Rumsey 
Louise Strauss 



Masonic Affiliate 
Club 



Starting the year with a successful 
orientation program highlighted by a 
Hawaiian Luau, the Masonic Affiliate Club 
gained more than thirty new pledges. Under 
the leadership of President Margery Lehr, 
they participated in Homecoming and won 
the theme prize for their float. Philan- 
thropically, the Affiliates served Thanksgiving 
dinner for needy children at their annual 
All-Nations banquet. The Initiation and 
Christmas Party with the theme of 
Nutcracker Suite ended the Fall Quarter. 
With Greg Smith as leader in the winter and 
spring, the Affiliates held their second 
annual Happening, a Car Rally, dances, a 
dinner-dance reception for the Grand Master 
of California, and participation in both 
Mardi Gras and Spring Sing. 




Harambee 




Harambee . . . which is Swahili for "pull 
together" . . . is a relatively quiet student 
activist group founded for the purpose of 
raising money. The group is composed of 
Black Economic Power advocates. Members 
Ardie Ivie, Anthony Alexander and Charles 
Edward Anderson III have been working to 
initiate a student funded scholarship and 
student recruitment program designed to 
focus upon the needs of South East Los 
Angeles and Watts. 

Harambee presented in January a major 
concert in Pauley Pavilion featuring Miriam 
Makeba, Oscar Brown Jr., Jean Pace, the 
Association, and the Stone Poneys with 
finances from local entrepreneurs. Such a 
concert was heretofore unprecedented. 

Harambee is a financial branch of the UCLA 
Black Student's Union. Its goal ... to 
increase the black student population at 
UCLA. The Harambee Scholarship and 
Recruitment program will someday become 
an annual reality. 



Charles Edward Anderson 



Ardie Ivie and Anthony Alexander 



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Oscar Brown, Jr. 



Miriam Makeba 



Jean Pace 





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April Anson 
Cathleen Bauch 
Charlotte Carter 



Fay Gormly 
Beverly Gray 
Leslie Harbottle 



Judity Hedrick 
Linda Hendrix 
Ellen Kotzin 



Mortar Board 



The Agathai Chapter of National Mortar 
Board enjoyed an interesting and meaningful 
year of leadership and service at UCLA. 
Dinner meetings including ajoint 50th 
Anniversary celebration with the USC chapter 
proved enjoyable for all. Mortar Board also 
hosted the UPSTAIRS, sponsored a Women's 
Week panel on Birth Control and World 
Population and helped with Project India 
Book Drive. Strenuous selection procedures 
for the new chapter highlighted Spring 
Quarter with the traditional Awards Banquet 
and Mortar Board's beautiful tapping 
ceremony. 



Officers: Front row: Fay Gormly-treasurerjeanette Webb-secretary. Back 
row: Gale Philips- vice president, April Anson- president, Stephana Roth- 
historian. 



Linda Netter 
Paula Pfaff 
Gale Philips 







Pamela Pinnell 
Stephana Roth 
Dians Stenen 



Anne Van De Water 
Patricia Van Haerlem 
Jeanette Webb 




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Nisei Bruins 

The NBC calendar of events for 1967-68, 
headed this year by president Terry 
Matsumoto, opened with its annual Frosh 
Reception, while Homecoming saw the Nisei 
Bruins enter, for the first time, a float which 
won Third Place for "Most Beautiful." Nancy 
Uyemura and Harry Manaka may be credited 
for carrying the heaviest workload and for 
doing a great job. 

For the second consecutive year, NBC won 
first prize for the best game booth at the 
Mardi Gras with their Horseracing booth. 
Other activities over the year included a 
beach party, Nisei Week, and an Open Dance. 

Lanny Kusaka, Athletic Coordinator, has 
worked hard to organize the Tea League 
Bowling Tournament, intramural football, 
volleyball, the very successful basketball 
team as well as a swimming team. 



Thomas Asliimoto 
Neil Chan 
Vernon Chmen 
Carole Dolwchi 
Nancy Fujihiro 
Bob Fujiu 
Janice FujikunI 

Kay Funakoshi 
Cathy Fukui 
Carolyn Gee 
Merilynne Hamano 
Larry Higashi 
Kathy Hiramatsu 
Barbara Hirashima 

Howard Hiyoshlda 
Ann Honda 
Namy li|ima 
Richard lizuka 
June Ikemoto 
Marsha Inana 
Ronald Inouye 

Ivy Iwashita 
Dorie Iwata 
Joanne Izumo 
Phil Jenkin 
Eva Jew 
Jeannie Joe 
Dianne Jue 




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Tom Kaizuka 
Janice Kamiya 
Kim Kamoto 
Patti Kamoto 
Joyce Kawahata 



Steve Kawata 
Pat Kitagawa 
Peggy Kobayashi 
Sachi Kodama 
Patty Kokubun 



Mary Ann Kurashita 
Cynthia Lew 
Treis Lum 
Harry Manaka 
Judy Maruyama 



Terry l\^atsumoto 
Matt Matsushita 
Priscilla Mio 
Beverly Miyamoto 
Barbara Mizuno 



Jane Morihara 
Diane Murakami 
Keiko Murata 
Ben Nagano 
Nancy Nakaji 



Karen Nakajima 
Ray Nakatani 
Glenn Nakayama 
Janice Nakayama 
Hiro Nishi 



Joyce Nishinaga 
Joan Nozaki 
Alan Ohashi 
Peggy Oka 
Martin Okabe 



Beverly Okamoto 
James Okazaki 
Dennis Onoda 
Tad Oshita 
Candy Ota 



Kathy OwashI 
Shirley Quong 
Candi Saito 
Carolyn Saito 
Steve Sato 



Deane Satow 
Denise Senzaki 
Douglas Sera 
Susan Shimizu 
Laura Shiozaki 




Judy Shiozawa 
Steve Takaya 
Diane Takenaga 
Conrad Tamanaha 
Karen Tanlguchi 
Grace Tanihara 



Thalia Taumae 
Kathy Tokirio 
Coleen Towata 
Ron Toyama 
Joan Uchida 
Mary Ung 



Naomi Uyeda 
Mary Uyematsu 
Nancy Uyemura 
Diane Watanabe 
Ron Watanabe 
Shig Watanabe 



Annette Wong 
Ronald Yagi 
Sam Yamokishi 
Linda Yamasaki 
Susan Yanaga 
Howard Yata 



Helen Yee 

Jacqueline Yip 
Dennis Yonemura 
Beverly Yorimoto 
Wayne Yoshizaki 
Bill Zaima 




Omega Sigma Tau 



Omega Sigma Tau, a service and social 
organization, was new to the UCLA campus 
this year. Under President Dennis Onode, 
the Omegas participated in Homecoming by 
helping the Nisei Bruin Club with their 
float. In addition to various service projects, 
members enjoyed a successful New Year's 
Party and participated in Mardi Gras. Other 
officers included First Vice President Gilbert 
Nishimura, Second Vice President Ron 
Watanabe, Recording Secretary Jake 
Watanabe, Treasurer Tad Oshita, 
Corresponding Secretary Ron Toyama, and 
Parliamentarian Wayne Yoshizaki. 



Bob Fujiu 
Larry Higashi 
Howard Hiyoshlda 
Ronald Inouye 
Richard lizuka 
Tom Kaizuka 



Steve Kawata 
Matt Matsushita 
Ben Nagano 
Ray Nakatani 
Hiro NIshi 
Martin Okabe 



James Okazaki 
Dennis Onoda 
Tad Oshita 
Steve Sato 
Steve Takaya 
Conrad Tamanaka 



Ron Toyama 
Ron Watanabe 
Shig Watanabe 
Ronald Yagi 
Dennis Yonemura 
Wayne Yoshizaki 




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VIPS's at the Phrateres Pledge Tea: Linda Kaplan-secretary, 
Carole Lovinger-advisor, Dean Stark-dean of women, Mrs. 
Chilstran-Prateres grand national president, Barbara Honig 
-pledge mom. 



Phrateres 



"Famous For Friendliness" -that's Phrateres! 
Open to any interested UCLA coed, Phrateres 
offers all the varied activities, hard work and 
unlimited fun of a service and social sorority, 
plus Big Brothers. Want proof? . . . 

For Homecoming, "Yesterday, Today, and 
Tomorrow," Phrateres with Alpha Phi Omega 
built the Queen's Float. Phrateres sold pizza 
at Mardi Gras, entered Spring Sing, hosted 
at Monte Carlo Night, lent a helping hand 
to the Spastic Children's Foundation and 
the Wayward Girls' Home .... 

But that's not all! Phrateres served pancakes 
to their fathers at the Father-Daughter 
Breakfast, held a Mother-Daughter Tea, 
had an Initiation-Dinner Dance at the Santa 
Ynez Inn, organized a theater party to see 
"Alfie," sold Swap-A-Pops, and held 
exchanges. So . . . 

"Fun and Activities" -that's Phrateres, too! 



Phrateres work with Alpha Phi Omega on Queen's Float for 
Homecoming. 




Mary Bumb 
Beverly Bushner 
Roberta Cohen 
Judy Coyne 



Denise Deets 

Gail Feverlicht 
Mary Ghesquiere 
Ellen Gold 



Jo Ann Goodman 
Patricia Gordon 
Brenda Harvey 
Betty Hom 



Barbara Honig 
Linda Kaplan 
Linda Klein 
Cathy Lacoste 



Sandy Lesner 
Lisa Magnet 
Marjorie Miller 
Laura Newman 



Esther Radom 
Tobi Schechner 
Paula Skale 
Cindy Smith 




Marilynne Springer 
Becky Walton 




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Prytaneans 



April Anson 
Anita Ares 
Bobbe Bramson 
Shan Butler 
Sue Chanter 
Gayle Garside 



Sandy Glauser 
Fay Gormly 
Sylvia Gutierrez 
Leslie Harbottle 
Laurie Harris 
Linda Hendrix 



Janis Irvine 
Shelly Leftgoff 
Kathy MacKay 
Carole Marissael 
Vera Micic 
Valerie Oleon 



Paula Pfaff 
Gale Philips 
Rosalee Sass 
Diana Stenen 
Diana Tonsich 
Lisa Victor 



Ronni Wienir 
Joan Williams 
Carol Winters 
Judy Wood 
Claire Woodson 
Debby Zarate 




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Membership in Prytanean is given to upper 
division women who have contributed 
distinguished service to the University. As 
an upper division honorary, Prytanean tries 
to promote faculty-student relations. This 
year, members enjoyed a successful Annual 
Dinner for Outstanding Professors. Prytanean 
joins the Alumne Chapter every year to 
make Christmas stockings for the children 
at the UCLA Medical Center as a philanthropy 
project. 

The officers for 1968 include: President 
Anita Ares, First Vice-President Jana 
Pantazelos, Second Vice-President Gale 
Philips, Corresponding Secretary Leslie 
Harbottle, Recording Secretary Terrell Clark 
and Treasurer Joan Williams. 



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Patricia Akahoshi 
Linda Bosely 
Debbie Boughn 
Maria Brown 
Phyilis Cascade 



Julie Cinque 
Kathy Decider 
Anna Drumlewicz 
Emily Gellman 
Kathy Goble 



Sabers 



Sabers, the women's auxiliary to the Army 
ROTC. is a social and service organization 
dedicated to promoting the ideals and 
ambitions of the Army. Serving as hostesses 
as well as observers of tactical problems, 
Sabers also hold various social activities with 
the Brigade, such as the Military Ball for 
which the Army Queen is chosen. Sabers 
contributes money to an orphanage in 
South Vietnam and works annually for the 
Blood Drive with the Red Cross. The newly- 
formed women's rifle team has competed 
and placed in several matches. The spirit 
and enthusiasm of its members and cadets 
in the Brigade make Sabers an active and 
proud organization. 



Suzanne Halpert 
Hallie Herman 
Karen Kalstrom 
Chris Larkin 




Melanie Linder 
Vicky Lyon 
Laura McAvoy 
Paula Pfaff 



Carole Rand 
Wendy Roellick 
Cindy Rubin 
Kay Rustand 



Barbara Staley 
Linda Woestemeyer 
Rosemary Wright 
Debby Zarate 



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addressing the Sabers on the drill field. 



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Joe Balasco 
Bruno Bornino 
Harriet De Louise 
Kathy Duehren 



Rona Dworsky 
Mary Feeiey 
Marilyn Goshman 
Gloria Gutierrez 



Tim Haldeman 
Richard Impett 
Lucille Jigamian 
Maureen Karlin 



Mimi Kelley 
Hal Kurz 
Jerry Lee 
Howard Levy 



Henry Lew 
Terry Markowitz 
Janet Martello 
Richard McGrath 



Janet McMillan 
Linda Melanie 
Gay Miller 
Veronica Miller 



Mark Nielson 
Carol Olmert 
Cynthia Osborne 
Jim Parks 



Mike Patonal 
Jane Pnvaloff 
La Vern Porche 
Joan Ramen 



Jim Rowlands 
Leslie Sternhill 
Louise Strauss 
Robert Takasaki 



Rally Committee 

Last year Rally Committee put in over 
9,000 man hours to produce 7 haiftime 
performances at football games. In addition 
to organizing and directing the rooting 
section in these presentations, Rally 
Committee also plans campus spirit rallies, 
sells spirit buttons, handles the powerful 
airhorns at football games, and is charged 
with the safekeeping of the large UCLA 
banner. 

UCLA has gained national recognition for 
its skillful and original animated card stunts. 
Among those especially noted are UCLA's 
uniqueteletypeand evening flashlight 
stunts. Rally Committee owes its successful 
season to Chairman, Jim Rowlands, Vice- 
Chairman, Dana Gurnee, Head Artist, 
Mark Nielsen, and Secretaries, Harriet 
De Louise and Linda Leon. 



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Gordon Ting 
Nora Titus 
Lanaii Torkelson 
Sue Wiidman 




Jeb Woodhouse 
Judy Yarmus 
Noel Yslas 



(left to right) Mark Nielson-head artist, Dana Gurnee-vice chairman, Linda 
Leon-social secretary, Jim Rowlands-chairman, Harriet DeLouise-executive 
secretary, Jim Bow-section supervisor. 





Chris Ackema 
Karen Anderson 
Missy Anderson 
Carol Blaylock 
Ann Brooks 
Terryl Carillo 



Susan Cifranic 
Carolyn Crawford 
Sue Day 

Christine DeAinza 
Maureen Eastwood 
Dolly Englert 



Janet Gaudin 
Kathy Griffiths 
Patti Gunter 
Jan Harb^ugh 
Linda Hubbard 
Jacquelyn Jesse 



Front row: Sue Rossi-rush chairman, Carolyn Kaiser-vice president, Genie 
Taylor -secretary. Analee Wulfkle. Back row: Ann Brooks-social chairman, 
Nancy McLaren- president, Margo Parmenter- publicity. 



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Sue Jesse 
Carolyn Kaiser 
Nancy Kaupp 
Mary Jane Martin 
Hillary Maveety 



Nancy McLaren 
Kathy McWaid 
Michele Movius 
Patty Mulford 
Patsy Mulvey 



Cindy Murray 
Cherri Myers 
Nancy Nakaji 
Debby Olsen 
Margo Parmenter 



Suzanne Pulsifer 
Kristi Rasmussen 
Denise Ray 
Heddy Richter 
Linda Robinson 



Linda Rodriguez 
Sue Rossi 
Carol Schottland 
Kandi Shand 
Kathy Sherreitt 



Janet Sieg 
Donna Smart 
Kimberley Smith 
Barbara Staley 
Linda Steinberg 



Lee Strauss 
Gene Taylor 
Helen Thomas 
Ellen Turner 
Marlene Urner 



Susan Winslow 
Annette Woodling 
Janelle Yancey 
Debby Zarate 
Jody Zeimer 



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Sophomore Sweethearts has lived up 
to its name this year. There are fifty 
sophomore girls, dressed in burgundy, 
and ready to serve UCLA, hostessing 
at such university functions as Monte 
Carlo Nite, high school group tours, 
Mardi Gras, and Journalism Day. With 
equal enthusiasm, the girls support 
UCLA's No. 1 water polo team and 
swim team. 



Sophomore Sweethearts 



This year, Sweethearts have had many 
major philanthropy projects, including 
a Valentine's Day Party in Pediatrics 
Ward at UCLA, a Christmas Party at 
Westminster's Children Center, and a 
successful candy sale. Also a highlight 
in this year's activities was the presenta- 
tion of the annual Spring Sing trophy 
for the most original group. 



Glenda Aaron 
Vicki Bartlett 
Constance Blair 
Bonnie Blomberg 
Catherine Chapman 
Sheila Clark 
Joyce Dasilva 

Linda Davis 
Louise Egly 
Sandi Essen 
Connie Finch 
Betty Flo 
Carol Fraser 
Mary Gora 

Victoria Harris 
Cindy Kent 
Elana Kolom 
Carol Liptz 
Marlene Litvak 
Kathy Macias 
Denise Mathey 

Helen McCullough 
Judy Meisenheimer 
Lolly Melnick 
Annie Monk 
Eleanor Mosauer 
Nancy Nakaji 
Cathy Nelson 

Luann Overmyer 
Pat Phillipes 
Patty Pollak 
Kathy Post 
La Donna Reiner 
Nancy Shapiro 
Suzanne Simmler 





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Sophomore Sweethearts are led by 
Vicki Harris, president, Christy Snyder, 
vice-president, Vicki Bartlett, secretary, 
Helen McCullough, membership secre- 
tary, Lee Meisenheimer, treasurer, Nancy 
Mozur, historian, Carol Dische, activities' 
chairman, Louise Egly, social chair- 
man, Connie Henderson, sports' chair- 
man, and Cheryl Vienna, philanthropy 
chairman. 



Alison Singer 
Christy Snyder 
Kathy Stout 



Mary Jane Stricklin 
Jill Strom 
Suzanne Thoman 



Jan Thompson 
Cheryl Vienna 
Jeanne Wallace 




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Spurs 



spurs . , , spirit, pep, unity, rep . . . is the 
sopinomore women's national honorary. 
Selected on the basis of scholarship, 
leadership, and service. Spurs maintain an 
ideal of service to campus and community. 
Members participate in activities such as 
working as volunteers at the Jules Stein Eye 
Institute and coordinating the Faculty 
Women's Tea as well as many other 
outstanding service projects. 




Jeanne Baker 
Melody Bennett 
Cheryl Burch 
Nancy Chien 
Martha Ellertson 
Ernestine Forrest 



Susan Garb 
Linda Golden berg 
PattiGunter 
Caryn Hutsmpiller 
Andrea Korkos 
Jean Kronberg 



Hillary Maveety 
Evy McNitt 
Annie Monk 
Nancy Mozur 
Mary Nastronero 
Barbara Piatt 



Jen Posner 
Sherry Rose 
Roberta Schultz 
Ten Soeder 
Adnanne Stanton 
AnaleeWulfkuhle 



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Theta Kappa Phi 

Theta Kappa Phi, a service-social sorority, 
participates in a variety of school and 
community projects. On campus they sponsor 
an annual Victory Dance after the UCLA-USC 
game, help raise funds for Uni-Camp, and 
boast the best Mardi Gras food booth award 
for the past two years. During the summer 
they are active in the Nisei Week festivities. 

Heading the '67-'68 cabinet was senior 
Joan Uchida. She was assisted by service 
vice-president Sharon Goya and pledge 
mistress Marsha Inana. 



Front row: Helen Yee, Beverly Okamoto, Brenda Uyemura, Barbara Mizuno, 
Mary Uyematsu, Janice Kamiya, Merilynne Hamano, Cynthia Lew, Kathy 
Tokirio. Back row; Annette Wong, Done Iwata, Nancy Fujihiro, Beverly Miya- 
moto, Namy lijima, Kathy Hiramatsu, Jeanne Tashima, Denise Senzaki, Mary 
Ann Kurashita, Linda Yamasaki, Diana Takenaga, Priscilla Mio. 



Front row: Joan Nozaki, Colleen Towata, Janice Nakayama, Sharon Goya, 
Joan Uchida-president, Marsha Inana, Judy Hamasaka, Barbara Hirashima, 
Amy Uyematsu, Back row: Susan Yanaga, Diane Murakami, Sandi Iwataki, 
Karen Ito, Kathleen Furumura, Kathy Owashi, Frances Ung, Julia Kawabata, 
Evelyn Nowaki, Peggy Oka, Gwen Tsuruda, 




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It all began in such a hurry. 




The year began early if you went 
through rush. Long before even Regis- 
tration the girls moved into Weyburn 
attempting to prepare for the agoni- 
zing week. Each day the number of 
invitations decreased, and so did the 
number of girls going through. But 
finally after the tense waiting you 
were in, if you made it all the way to 
pledging, and the situation began 
to relax. No more hats and teacups. 
You began to see your sisters as they 
really are, without the put-on smiles 
and the ridiculous songs that often 
remind one of soap advertisements. 
If only Rush could give an accurate 
picture of sorority life. 



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Panhellenic 



Panhellenic, an organization of UCLA's 
twenty-one national sororities, is 
composed of the President and Rush 
Chairman of each individual sorority. 
The rules and regulations formed by 
this council govern such aspects of 
sorority life as the intricate rushing 
system and pledge ptograms. It is 
devoted to maintaining high educa- 
tional, cultural and social standards. 




This year, the success of the organi- 
zation was quite evident in its spon- 
sorship of Greek Week and the joint 
Panhellenic-IFC collection of $5,000 
in scholarships for the underprivileged. 
This money raised through Greek Week 
activities brings the joint scholarship 
fund to $25,000. 

In addition, Panhellenic concucted a 
Fall Workshop aimed at discussing 
problems common to all sororities 
such as rush procedures, member- 
ship equalization, and pledge training. 
The Winter quarter was highlighted by 
a joint luncheon retreat with the Inter- 
fraternity Council at which chapter 
officers were honored guests. This 
provided an opportunity to increase 
the already growing spirit of coopera- 
tion between Panhellenic and IPC. 



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Acting as official hostesses of UCLA, 
Panhellenic has entertained such 
prominent personalities as Rod Serling 
and provided classroom space in 
sorority houses for the Experimental 
College. 




Seated: Marsha Frausel, Jackie Winer, Karen Olson, Diane Barry, Sue Chan- 
ter, Barbara Manheimer, Leslie Sternhill, Sheila Mann, Paula Pfaff. Stand- 
ing; Melanie Taylor, Ellen Marston, Paula Porter, Lynn Morris, Cheri Co- 



cagne, Sylvia Gutierrez, Sue Rossi, Gale Philips, Donna Higgins, Karen 
Keys, Pam Cressey, Robin Collins, Linda Harrer, Linda Kelly, Colleen 
Hughes, Stephanie Carr, Robin Steinhardt, Carol Monsanto. 



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Alpha Chi Omega 

After staging the most successful Rush on the Row, Alpha 
Chi Omega went into hibernation, coming out only for beer 
busts, exchanges, campus activities, and occasionally 
classes. A Chi O's did not participate in the VDC, the Dow 
Chemical Protest, or the wrestling team, but no other organ- 
ization escaped the red and green. The year wouldn't have 
been complete without . . . 

The Winter Formal which was voted Great Sorority Party of 
the Year, the post-Formal football game in the upstairs hall 
being even more fun . . . The Tree Trim Party, again a 
smashed success as we got into the Christmas spirit with 
some very good egg nog. This event was highlighted by the 
appearance of three grubby ATO's who left without the 
treethis year . . . The annual Luau, which was again visited 
by the Great Pineapple Chief who came to do a little cutting 
up. 

The Pledge Class invited the actives to spend Saturday 
Night at the Movies. 120 Bonnies and Clydes? . . . They 
also provided dinner for the actives, due to an unfortunate 
bet . . . The Toad of the Week Contest was revived because 
of the quality of fraternity men on campus . . . The Pink, 
Blue, and Green called a truce after the disappearance of 
the Oatmeal Kid . . . Mark Eden was named honorary Big 
Lyre for his efforts to round out the house . . . And as we 
close, Carolyn has finally passed her candle. 




BARBARA HANOIJSEK 



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Cheryl Armelli 
Janet Baker 
Vicki Bartlett 
Elizabeth Bogomez 
Ann Brooks 
Anita Brown 



Patricia Brown 
Barbara Burnett 
Jody Carpenter 
Susan Carroll 
Nancy Cherney 
DianneChiary 



Kathryn Christians 
Becky Christner 
Nancy Clark 
Carolyn Cox 
Lynn Cummings 
Christine DeAinza 





Maureen Eastwood 
Kathy Erwood 
Sandra Essen 
Martha Finley 
Julie Fix 
Carole Francis 
Cathy Graf 

SandeeGruner 
Kathy Grzesik 
Barbara Hanouser 
Carol Hornish 
Sarah Kinsman 
Jean Koerper 
Lora Krotz 

Kathryn Kuhl 
Sue Leishman 
Vicki Lewis 
Nancy Lewis 
Nancy Losey 
Valerie Marlowe 
Laura Martin 

Myrna McCallister 
Helen McCullough 
Patricia Mingus 
Susan Moore 
Susan Morton 
Michele Movius 
Susan Oblinger 

Deborah Parker 
Kathleen Perrine 
Christy Samuelson 
Melody Schallon 
LeanneSchettler 
Mary Lou Simpson 
Betty Spatz 

Kathleen Steele 
Sherril Swan 
Pam Ward 
Terri Williams 
Tomi Williams 
Charmaine Witus 
Barbara Younger 




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Alpha Delta Chi 



Alpha Delta Chi started its year with a Rush of events in- 
cluding a Mother and Daughter Tea and a Candy Making 
Party. To work off those additional calories, we played an 
exciting and strenuous round of golf. The Alpha Delta Chi 
and Alpha Gama Omega chapters from the Southland re- 
treated to the woods for a weekend of fun and fellowship. 
Other activities of the year included a workday with Teen 
Challenge; two luncheons with fashion shows, one to cele- 
brate the founding of the sorority and another with the 
alumns; fraternity exchanges; "Little Kids" pledge party, 
which brought out the youth in all of us; a project to help 
World Vision in sending things of use to the people in Viet 
Nam; and our formal initiation banquet. 




JEANTRAUTWEIN 



Patricia Anderson 
Ann Bigelow 
Joan Brizendine 
Patricia Campbell 
Carol Ferguson 
Sylvia Gardner 
Marie Gertsen 

Dee Ana Geortzen 
Annelle Jessen 
Glenda Kennamer 
Linda Kennamer 
Emily Lowe 
Lily Lowe 
Barbara McCormick 

Kathi McKee 
Virginia Mateo 
Claudia Norby 
MardaQuon 
Judy Reeves 
Linda Russell 
Nancy Sanders 

Kathy Sisel 
Kelleen Smith 
AdrienneStribley 
Sharon Svendson 
JaquieTomke 
Jeanne Trautwein 
Patricia Welles 



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Diane Wickersham 
Gayle Whitmer 
Elaine Yee 
Carol Zuck 




Sally Seidenthal 
Linda Smith 
Laurel Wortman 
Sherry Young 



Penny Anderson 
Cheryl Baker 
Jean Baughn 
Marilynn Benedict 
Jan Berkness 
Ruth Anne Berkness 
Dolly Englert 

Helen Forkner 
Barbara Franklin 
Bonnie Carton 
Venita Herman 
Hallie Herndon 
Linda Johnson 
Carolyn Kaiser 

Pat Kasababian 
Linda Kelly 
Maxine Klein 
Jean Kurz 
Cheryl Mitchem 
Wendy Nelson 
Christine Philp 



Sigma Kappa 



The year began, as always, with a hectic Rush and a great 
new Pledge Class. 

Following the three sides of the Sigma Kappa triangle, we 
filled the year socially, spiritually, and academically. 

Socially, we were busy around campus as never before. We 
were active in Anchors, Sabers, Shell and Oar, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Masonic Club, Mardi Gras, and Homecoming, where 
our tortoise, Herman, ran off with the S(peediest) L(egs) 
0(f) W(estwood) trophy in the Great Turtle Race. Our 
fourteen fraternity Little Sisters, exchanges, coed intramurals, 
a Pledge-Active Hayride, and another successful Violet Ball 
ended up with seven more Monday night candle passings 
in the Fall. 

On the spiritual side of the triangle we worked with under- 
privileged children in Hawthorne and donated to our 
National philanthropy, the Maine Seacoast Mission, as well 
as working for Uni-Camp. Striving to strengthen our bond 
of sisterhood, we took our Pledges on a woodsey retreat, 
and hosted our Long Beach and San Diego State sisters 
and our Los Angeles alumnae at a Founders' Day brunch. 

Academically, we had a Faculty Dinner to meet our profs on 
a personal basis - but we had to go to class anyway. We 
made our grades and stayed near the top of the G.P.A. list. 




LINDA SMITH 



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Alpha Delta Pi 



This year Alpha Delta Pi again proved itself outstanding in 
all aspects of campus life. Organizations such as Bruin 
Belles, Sophomore Sweethearts, Spurs, Fashion Board, 
Tutorial Project, Uni-Camp, and various fraternity Little Sister 
groups all had enthusiastic ADPi's as members. We are es- 
pecially proud of Ginny Stahl, this year's Chairman of Spring 
Sing, whose past work in Bruin Belles and on Homecoming, 
Mardi Gras, and Spring Sing Executive Committees has won 
her a nomination to Who's Who in American Colleges and 
UCLA's Outstanding Senior award. 

It was also a "fun" year socially, with exchanges and parties, 
highlighted by the traditional Diamond Ball held at the 
beautiful LaVenta Inn in PalosVerdes honoring our new 
initiates. 

Most important of all, the well-known "mansion on the hill" 
continued to be more than just an active sorority, but rather 
a real home for the most spirited and friendly girls on the 
row. 




MARSHA FRAUSEL 



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Anne Acton 
Paula Benford 
Melody Bennett 
Edie Biesheuvel 



Brooke Bower 
Gloria Cervenak 
JosieChan 
Alice Churukian 



Nancy Cook 
Mary Cowett 
Jill Cunningham 
Patti Daugherty 



Sheri Dederian 
Janis Findlay 
Sandy Finkelman 
Marsha Frausel 



Linda Classman i 
Sharon Johnson 
Vicki Kronick 
Donna La Hue 



Patti Levine 
Bonnie McClung 
Ginny Martin 
Pat Mooney 



EvieNattrass 
Jerri Ohisson 
Luann Overmeyer 
Cathy Pert u it 



Linda Rasak 
Arlene Rebrovich 
La Donna Reiner 
Pam Rettberg 



Connie Ross 
Ginny Stahl 
Melanie Taylor 
Janis Van Buskirk 



Pat Ware 
Jeannie Watts 
Christy Williams 
Alice Yosgott 



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Alpha Epsilon Phi 



Alpha Epsilon Phi's social and campus activities were 
brought into full swing this year with the addition of seven- 
teen new faces. The new school year also saw the initiation 
of last spring's pledge class. 

Active on campus were Doreen Adelstein, junior finalist for 
Homecoming; Rosalee Sass, Cultural Affairs Commissioner; 
Laurie Holland, Freshman Council Executive Secretary; 
Gloria Blonsky, AEPi calendar girl, and Jackie Blatt, Sigma 
Nu Princess. Phi's also participated in Bruin Belles, Sopho- 
more Sweethearts, Bruinettes, Communications Board, 
Prytaneans and Fashion Board. 

A beautiful pledge formal, dinner and dance, was held at 
the Monsigneur Room of the Hilton Hotel. Our philanthropic 
project was held for the Well Baby Clinic. Funds were raised 
by giving a Theatre Party. 

Zowie! We are pleased to see that a certain social Berrier 
vanished as fast as the white mice. This could be the start 
of something rich! 




ALEXIS SCOTT 



Doreen Adelstein 
Diane Adier 
Judy Beer 
Carol Bernson 
Jackie Blatt 
Gloria Blonsky 
Harriet Braiker 

Ronda Brown 
Shari Butler 
Rosalyn Fraider 
Linda Friedman 
Sue Friedman 
Alice Friss 
Laurie Glass 

Dale Goldman 
Joanne Golden 
Judy Golum 
Jill Goodman 
Jill Greenberg 
Leslie Gusinow 
Minah Harris 

Besslyn Hockman 
Laurie Holland 
Jill Jubelier 
Cindy Kent 
Jean Kronberg 
Nancy Loboschin 
Linda Lee 



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Karen Levey 
Jody Kitow 
Marlene Litvak 
Karen Mack 
Lolly Melnick 
Ellen Miller 
Gay Miller 

Sandra Mitchell 
Carol Newberger 
Jill Noskin 
Marsha Noskin 
Jane Pearlman 
Patricia Pessin 
Pat Phillipes 

Tallulah Reed 
Pat Robinson 
Rochelle Rosenstock 
Tessa Sacks 
Rosalie Sass 
Barbara Schwartz 
Beth Shulman 



Lexy Scott 
Melinda Small 
Jill Strom 
Heidi Weisbaum 
Beryl Weiss 
Dianne Weiss 
Ronnie Wienir 



377 



Alpha Gamma Delta 

1967-68 was an active year for Alpha Gamma Delta, starting 
with a pledge-active retreat at the San Moritz Club to pre- 
pare for the quarter system and to forget what stop week 
wasn't. We started the year with 27 new and enthusiastic 
pledges who "surprised" the actives with a successful (?) 
ditch and repented with the pledge-active Shipwreck Party 
where the ship really did go down in the pool by accident (?). 

"Flower Power" or Jersey 13 added another trophy to our 
collection as the Alpha Gam-Zeta Psi float won Most Beauti- 
ful in the Home coming Parade. 

Alpha Gams were very busy on campus with quota member- 
ship in all branches of the service: Anchors, Angel Flight, 
Sabers, and Little Sister Organizations; and active participa- 
tion in such events as Bruin Belles, Sophomore Sweethearts, 
Spurs, Chimes and Shell and Oar. 

Exchange students in France, Norway, Mexico and Hawaii (?) 
and Peace Corps volunteers in Samoa added to the cultural 
interests of the house. We also had a record six people on 
the Dean's List and even a member on the Mademoiselle 
Fashion Board! 

Other events crowded into the social calendar included our 
spring formal at the Beverly Hilton, a Christmas Party and 
Family Night Dinner, Mardi Gras, exchanges and a super 
fast turtle. 




COLLEEN HUGHES 



378 



Susan Balding 
Barbara Becker 
Mary Ann Belbusti 
Bonnie Berke 
Susan Bertrand 
Susan Blackwell 
Ellie Booth 

Linda Bosely 
Deborah Boughn 
CharleneBurr 
Suzanne Burr 
Stephanie Carr 
Nancy Chooljian 
SueCoady 

Nancy Core 
Terry Crawford 
Kathy Decker 
Carole deVries 
Anne Duncan 
Linda Eaves 
Susan Fischer 




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Christine Frettum 
Janice Furey 
Jane George 
Jo Dean George 
Kathy Goble 
Colleen Hughes 
Holly Hutchins 

Karen Jackson 
Karen Kalstrom 
Joyce Lew 
Laura McAvoy 
Mary McGoey 
Marygrace Miller 
Debbie Mills 

Linda Mitchell 
Judy Morehouse 
Joanne Pashalides 
Taffy Patton 
Susan Roche 
Barbara Russell 
Kay Rustad 



Nikki Jo Sanders 
Christie Savage 
Linda Shambaugh 
Mary Stein 
Carol Stewart 
Shirley Strachan 
Sue Strong 



Linda Thole 
Lucinda Travis 
Barbara Veile 
Emily Wendt 
Rosemary Wright 
Joanna Zamberlin 




Alpha Omicron Pi 



AOPi's 1967-8 began with a bang at the annual retreat 
held this year at Lake Arrowhead and progressed through a 
calendar star-studded by parties that ranged from a gala 
formal initiation ball in January to a come-as-you-were ship- 
wreck party in May. We try to blend participation in school 
activities with our study and sorority unity. AOPi's can be 
found active in school functions such as Homecoming and 
organizations such as Anchors, Shell and Oar, and Mortar 
Board. But, too, friendship is strong and some of the most 
enjoyabletimesof the year can be a warm-night gathering 
around the patio fireplace for roasted marshmallows and 
folk songs. We also like to include our families in our activi- 
ties, so in November we introduced our pledges' families to 
AOPi with a family dinner. 

This year also, with the Arthritis Foundation as our new 
national philanthropy, we began a program of helping at 
Foundation centers by viewing a film on arthritis. Since 
arthritis strikes many college women we are happy to be 
abletoservein this way. Thus this has been both an enjoy- 
able and worthwhile year for us and we are looking forward 
to an even better 1968-9. 




LYNN MORRIS 



Pat Adrian 
Beryl Arbit 
Janice Bagge 
Cathy Bauch 
Janis Coleman 
Carol Gladden 
Virginia Haynie 

Rose Mary Kimble 
Linda Kitching 
Marilyn Kruse 
Margie Lehr 
Shiela Leventhal 
Mary Ellen Lopez 
Terri McConnell 

GerrieMaloof 
Valerie Marin 
Janice Mitchell 
Lynn Morris 
Jean Murphy 
Nadenia Newkirk 
Kathy Perrin 

Pat Rivard 
Kathleen Roth 
Kemary Sitterley 
MarnieSnow 
Carol Stich 
Lee Strauss 
Betty Jane Stuppy 



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Marry Watters 
Bonnie Whitley 
Susan Winslow 
Carol Wohl 
Jody Zeimer 





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Alpha Phi 




The sisters of Alpha Phi were active on campus this year, as 
they say in yearbooks. We had our share of Bruin Belles, 
Mortar Boards, Prytaneans, Chimes, Spurs, Sophomore 
Sweethearts, Bruinettes, Little Sisters, Anchors, Angel 
Flights, Shell and Oars- not to mention princesses (Blue 
Key, Lambda Chi, Theta Delt) and a Partridge in a Pear Tree. 
The Homecoming float we built with the Delta Sig's won 
the "First Place, Humorous" trophy. We didn't deny the 
value of these activities, but neither did we let ourselves 
yawn in the sleepy security which is often a product of the 
collegiate Land of Rah. 

Life was outside. We found out about it and mixed ourselves 
up in it. We watched newscasts and argued. The front page 
beat "Dear Abby" in gross popularity at the breakfast table. 
We invited professors to dinner and listened to them (talk, 
not eat). We didn't perform in the Placement center extrava- 
ganza, but our pledges made Thanksgiving decorations for 
those who were dining at the Veteran's Administration that 
day. All of us knocked on plenty of doors, collecting for the 
Heart Fund. Nine Alpha Phi's read text books to blind stu- 
dents. Individual girls have involved the house in their 
endeavors: UCLA's Tutorial Project, Holiday Happiness, 
working with neurologically handicapped and mentally re- 
tarded children. 

It was a good year. We looked around and reacted. 



Cindy Audino 
Nancy Austin 
Nancy Bailey 
Sandy Bossert 
Marilee Bowman 
Sharon Brewster 
Jen Brown 

Joanne Campbell 
Terrell Clark 
Anita Dorney 
Pat Fitzmorris 
Betty Flo 

Claudia Fredlcl<sson 
Sylvia Gutierrez 

Judy Gwinn 
Terry Hammond 
Victoria Harris 
Linda Hendrix 
Chris Henry 
Corliss Hitchcock 
Ann Humphreys 

Marty Ingles 
Kathy Jerome 
Nancy Kaupp 
Kathy Kleinkauf 
Leslie Landgreen 
Jean LaTourette 
Carol Leonetti 



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Sally Lobherr 
Linda Lusk 
Kathy Mader 
Carmen Miller 



Maureen Mosher 
Mary Mudd 
Terry Nowell 
Margo Parmenter 



Isabella Perrin 
Renee Peyton 
Diana Rae 
Carey Resch 



Laurie Reynolds 
Kathy Ritchey 
Cherie Ritchie 
Sue Rossi 



NikkiSalet 
Kandi Shand 
Barbara Sheehan 
Jenny Sheldon 



Linda Smith 
Joan Staniek 
Christine Swartz 
Jan Thompson 



Gail Thoreson 
GayleTollefson 
Bena Torres 
Patty Wells 




JEANNIEMOULTON 



Diane Wiemeyer 
AnaleeWulfkuhle 



383 



Alpha Xi Delta 

Standing before 80 coeds gathered for the annual Alpha 
Xi Delta Scholarship Tea, Nola Stark, Dean of Women, an- 
nounced that Alph Xi had achieved the highest scholastic 
overall average ever attained by any social group in the 
history of the University of California. The Dean's comments 
included announcement of other scholastic honors ranging 
from a Phi Beta Kappa and six Regents Scholars to Mortar 
Board. 

But "Fuzzies" certainly don't limit themselves to purely 
academic activities; they're in and out of everything on cam- 
pus; Sabers, Shell and Oar, Angel Flight, Prytaneans, Phra- 
teres, Daily Bruin staff and the Tutorial Project. Among 
their members are Little Sisters of many fraternities, an Army 
Queen and a "Dream Girl." 

"Fuzzie" pledges got the '67-'68 year off to a great start 
with their Ditch with Zeta Psi - on a chartered yacht to 
Catalina no less. They were considerate enough to kidnap 
Social Chairman, Debby Zarate ... in her nightgown. A 
few weeks later the pledge-active party- Cosa Nostra style, 
brought out all the gangsters and gun molls. 

For Christmas, they put on a puppet show for an orphanage, 
written and directed by Diane Heene. The puppets were all 
handmade and operated by girls who had never tried pup- 
petry before. 

Alpha Xi's are individual and diversified; girls in the house 
range from five pre-med students to two art majors. 

The 23 pledges climaxed their pledgeship with a formal Ini- 
tiation Dance at the Airport Marina Hotel. 




PAULA PFAFF 



384 



Bonnie Baker 
Maria Anne Brown 
Sandra Card 
Susan Carlson 
Carolyn Conley 
Janet Duvardo 
Susan Joanne Edberg 

Margaret Engesser 
Janet Epps 
Susan Fisher 
Nancy Freeman 
Jane Goodman 
Nancy Hays 
Diane Heene 

Susan Isell 
Christine Larkin 
Dianne Lewis 
MelanieLinder 
Darlene Lorenz 
Vicky Lyon 
Mary McFarland 



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Harriet Wilburne 
Debby Zarate 



Donna Mclntyre 
Janet McMillan 
Nancy Miles 
Leslie Mirman 
Chris Murray 
Thora Lee Orzechowski 
Paula Pfaff 



Wendy Marie Rickard 
Wendy Karen Roellick 
Sheila Rutledge 
Jean Marie Schaefer 
Carol Severy 
Mary Frances Shafer 
Barbara Sharon 

Susan Shaw 
Kimberley Smith 
Joan Stevens 
Patricia Ann Thomas 
Paulette Wang 
Janet Weintraub 
Corinne Wilburne 



385 



Joann Alford 
DenyseAmes 
Karen Andersen 
Judy Armstrong 
SydneeArth 
Mary Beaubien 
Sharon Boehmer 

Pat Boileau 
Kay Bradley 
Teryl Carrillo 
Sue Chanter 
Bonnie Child 
Kay Christensen 
Kathy Collister 

Kathy Cook 
Alice Debenedetti 
Debbie Dikeman 
Nancy Dutcher 
Holly Ewald 
Andrea Farley 
Beth Fortmueller 

Marilyn Fuller 
SueGilcrest 
Sandy Green 
Linda Hagood 
Linda Hildreth 
Kathy Hobbs 
SueJenks 





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Chi Omega 



With the coming of Fall, Chi Omegas began another busy 
and successful year under the leadership of President Kathy 
Collister. Chi O's took an active part in many phases of 
campus life, participating in Bruin Belles, Bruinettes, 
Sophomore Sweethearts, Prytanean, Uni-Camp Board, and 
Homecoming and Spring Sing Executive Boards. In Intra- 
murals, Chi Omega took first place in swimming, third in 
track and field, and also had a winning tennis team. 

Outstanding Chi Omegas on campus were Sue Chanter, 
Panheiienic President, and Marilyn Fuller, Senior Princess 
for Homecoming as well as treasurer of Bruin Belles. 

Socially Chi O's enjoyed a full schedule with the Winter 
Formal at the La Canada Country Club highlighting the 
Fall quarter. The Pledge-Active and Initiation Dance filled 
the Winter quarter, while the Spring Party and Senior 
Brunch closed out the school year. Chi Omegas also enter- 
tained their families at Family Night, Dads Night Dinner, 
and Mothers Day Brunch. It was a busy year for the enthu- 
siastic Chi O's, filled with scholastic and social schievement. 




KATHY COLLISTER 




Sue Stuart 
ReneeStueber 
Diane Suda 
SueVenturino 
Cindy Welch 



Fran Kohoutek 
Pamela Lacy 
Cathy Landrum 
Deb by Jones 
Janet Luedeking 
Bonnie McKnight 
Nancy McLaren 

Pam IVIagee 
Kathie Masterson 
Linda MIeziva 
Maggie Morrison 
Cherri Myers 
Nancy Nolen 
Marilyn Ostrin 

Linda Osuch 
Paula Porter 
French Prescott 
Cathy Rice 
Lorraine Rose 
Beverly Rudolph 
Kris Samuelson 

Helen Scanlan 
Linda Schleh 
Lorelei Schneider 
Janet Schon 
Sue Shaffer 
Janet Sieg 
Donna Smart 



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388 



Jeanne Baker 
Martha Baker 
Susan Barton 
Miml Beales 



Barbara Beenken 
Susan Benson 
Karen Berlle 
Christina Bland 



Sally Bothwell 
Alexis Bourg 
Chris Bridges 
Jill Busch 



Claire Carlson 
SueConwell 
JuleCottini 
Carolyn Crawford 



Janet Eadie 
Candy Fleener 
Betty Foreman 
Julie Francis 



Janet Gaudin 
Marilyn Harris 
Suzanne Haywood 
Nancy Hedlund 



Janet Hicks 
Susan Hoy 
Karen Kelley 
Julie Kincaid 



LeeAnn Little 
Suzy McDermaid 
Marsha McGaugh 
Evy McNitt 




Delta Delta Delta 



FLASH Sigma Chi -Delta Delta Delta shafted by 

Mickey Mouse 

FLASH Two varsity songleaders announced 

FLASH Bruin Belle President returns from bath 

in Ganges 
FLASH Actives held in chapter "prison" room while 

pledges riot 

FLASH McGaugh elected to Cal Club membership 

FLASH Steve McQueen regrets "presents" invite 

FLASH 1st annual masquerade ball traditional 

success 

FLASH "Teeps" dances for UCU\frosh 

FLASH Weir deemed worthy for Sig Chi Sweetheart 

princess 
FLASH Julie Kincaid strikes twice- Homecoming 

and Mardi Gras Queen 

FLASH Delta's dog food judged "Most Original" 

FLASH Betas given "Most Persistent" award in 

annual Christmas tree battle 
FLASH FINALS F-L-A-A-A-S-H 




CAROL WINTERS 




Mary Jane Martin 
Jane Meier 
Jane Moomaw 
Nancy Moore 
Cindy Murray 
ArianeMustad 
Jackie Nelson 

Susan Nelson 
Linda Nielsen 
Robin Osborn 
Carol Osbrink 
Linda Otto 
Bonnie Perkins 
Judy Poliquin 

Christine Powers 
Suzanne Pulsifer 
Betty Putchkoff 
Monica Robiczek 
Caprice Rothe 
Julie Siever 
Suzanne Simmler 

Julie Smith 
JaneStenehjem 
Sandy Sweet 
Christine Teeple 
KathyTompson 
Cindy Warf 
Linda Wier 



389 




ELLEN MARSTON 



Delta Gamma 



In September everyone ran to classes, ran to meetings, and 
ran the ratings high in the DG house. There was a lot of 
action on campus. Diana Stenen, Robyn Hickey, and Sandy 
Glauser served as Bruin Belle officers, while Pam Pinnell, 
Cesca Carter, and Diana Stenen were tapped for Mortar 
Board. Sandy Glauser served as AWS Fashion Board presi- 
dent, reigned as a Southern Campus princess, and made 
Homecoming Queen finals along with Barbara Welsh. Jan 
Fox was completing her year as Sweethear of Sigma Chi 
and Chris Alderete reigned as IFC Queen. Laurel Brunner 
spent her junior year in Germanyjust as Barbara Bolton 
returned from Italy and Cesca Carter from Spain. DG's 
made the roll call lists on Bruin Belles, Fashion Board, 
Bruinettes, Prytaneans, and Sophomore Sweethearts. 

Meanwhile back at the house, things were jumping too-the 
house retreat to Malibu, Homecoming with the Beta's, the 
Halloween party the ATO's didn't let us forget, the Christmas 
party, Dad's Night, the Beta-Sigma Nu surprise dinner 
exchange (what dinner?), the pledge-active, the scholarship 
banquet, the winter formal with the Kappa's and SAE's, 
making mittens for the blind school, and to end a perfect 
year, the annual Luau where the anchor man and his crew 
were crowned. 



And to top it all off, the DG grey matter contributed to an 
overall 2.8-h, maintaining our second place scholarship 
rating on the row. 



390 



Chris Alderete 
Cathy Alleman 
Diane Barry 
Eileen Barry 
Lynn Baumgardner 
Denice Bierl 
Cathy Billmeyer 

Barbara Black 
Kim Bockus 
Barbara Bolton 
Andrea Booth 
Ann Bridges 
Laurie Buffington 
Karen Burton 

Mary Ann Carmichael 
Cesca Carter 
Sharon Chestnut 
Loren Cooper 
Margy Daugherty 
Margo Doran 
Claudia Fecho 

Kay Foster 
Jan Fox 
Carol Eraser 
AnneFremdIing 
Kathy Frost 
Sandy Glauser 
Sharon Hawkins 

Hillary Haycox 
Linda Hedman 
Robyn Hickey 
Nancy Hongola 
Kathi Jacobs 
EiayneJacobsen 
Linda Kako 





Bonnie Knight 
Virginia Koelsch 
Vicky Kump 
Leah Ledford 
Marcia Lemon 
Marni IVIagda 
Ellen Marston 

Bonnie Michaels 
Diane Miller 
Cheryl Nelson 
Cathy Newton 
Tori Palmer 
Theresa Parkening 
Pam Pinnell 

Sue Reller 
Nancy Rethmeier 
Claire Robinson 
Jeanne Russell 
Linda Schultz 
Margie Senechal 
Diane Snell 

Penny Spiess 
Laura Spooner 
Trish Spradlin 
Diana Stenen 
Mary Jane Stricklin 
Rochelle Thomas 
Pat Vandergrift 

KrisVicklund 
Linda Wallace 
Linda Wallin 
Barbara Welsh 
Janice Weyhrauch 
Linda Whitaker 
Winkle Wolfe 




391 




Betty Adier 
Linda Casserd 
AnneCuhodas 
Dorothy Ekerling 



Roberta Freedland 
Ellen Goodman 
Florence Greenfield 
Roberta Groner 



Susanne Heimann 
Valerie Hermann 
Alison Holtzman 
Ellen Jacobson 



Toby Jenkins 
Terry Kaplan 
Susy Klane 
Linda Klatzker 



Robin Kramer 
Barbara Levine 
Sharon Levitt 
Marlene Magenheim 



Barbara Manheimer 
Bonnie Rosenblatt 
Judy Rosenfeld 
Linda Rusonick 



Jeannie Schneider 
Laura Schreyer 
Geni Schultz 
Elaine Schwartz 



Michelle Siegel 

Wendy Silverman 
Leslie Sternhill 
RenaTenenbaum 




Susan Turkel 
Linda Weber 
Janet Whitney 



Delta Phi Epsilon 



1967-68 has seen DPhiE's in the midst of many and varied 
activities, being represented in: Alpha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart 
(Val Herrmann), Panhellenic Secretary (Barbara Manheimer), 
Angel Flight (Anne Cohodas), Mademoiselle's College Board 
(Shane Adier), Bruinettes (Marlene Magenheim), UCLA 
A Cappella Choir (Linda Rusonick), UCLA Women's Choir 
(Sharon Levitt), Rally Committee Production Supervisor 
(Leslie Sternhill). DPhiE's were also little sisters to several 
fraternities and were active on Monte Carlo, Mardi Gras, 
Homecoming, Spring Sing, and Greek Week committees. 

Social activities for the year included a theatre party to see 
"Camelot," Active Party-Hayride, Pledge cocktail party, and 
the annual Spring Formal. This year, the philanthropic 
project of the Pledge Class was to provide gifts for children 
in a local orthopedic hospital. A Car Rally was planned for 
Spring Quarter, as well as another theatre party. In addition 
there were numerous exchanges. 





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Susan Hughes 
Carol Irish 
Lynn Maxwell 
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Carol Sand berg 
Susan Smith 
Marti Truax 
Maureen Vidas 



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Delta Zeta 



This has been a vintage year at Delta Zeta. Even the pace- 
setting time limitations of the quarter system did not inter- 
rupt our academic and social activities. The panorama of 
memories we can recall in retrospect will remain forever close 
to our hearts: building the float for homecoming in the 
theme of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, enjoying the 
pleasure of our pledges company at the Pledge-Active Party 
in December, joining holiday spirits with our parents at the 
annual Christmas Party, enthusiastically participating in 
UCLA's traditional Greek Week festivities, the special thrill 
of making our largest philanthropy. Flame Fantasy, a success 
at the Century Plaza Hotel, honoring our new initiates at 
their Initiation Formal in February at the Ambassador Hotel, 
ringing out notes loud and clear for Spring Sing, and that 
final fling for a year of remembrances, the Hawaiian Luau 
in May. 

This, indeed, has been a vintage year at Delta Zeta because 
we have worked together hard and long enough to make 
our aspirations actualities. Under the effective leadership of 
our president, Karen Olson, we have not only maintained a 
varied range of house activities, but campus activities as 
well. Delta Zeta's have a fair representation in Sabers, Cam- 
pus Crusade, Tutorial Project, The Daily Bruin, UCLA 
Amigos, Phrateres, and little sisters of Acacia, Zeta Psi, Theta 
Chi and Lambda Chi Alpha. 




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Gamma Phi Beta 

1968 -another year under the quarter system, another 
Rose Bowl disappointment, another Basketball champion- 
ship - and for the Sisters of Gamma Phi Beta, another year 
of active participation in campus and community activities. 

Elaine Ickes, U.C.LA.'s Golden Girl, twirled her way thru the 
football season. Gamma Phi's were tapped for Bruinettes, 
Spurs, were elected Presidents of these groups, and three 
Gamma Phi's were selected for Mortar Board. 

The year included participation in Chimes, Anchors, Sopho- 
more Sweethearts, Shell and Oar, fraternity little sisters, as 
well as in the Education Abroad Program in England. Sand- 
wiched in between finals and campus activities were the 
Crescent Ball and Spring Luau. Faculty favorites, and 
Mothers and Dads were feted at special dinners. 

The academic demands, exchanges, ditches, campus 
service and social functions of 1967-1968 proved more 
than ever to the Gamma Phi Betas that there is no rest for 
the wicked. 




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An n Ayers 
Gail Lynn Borden 
Cheryl Burns 
Suzan Caldwell 
Patricia Cantley 
Marguerite Cardinelli 
Susan Carter 

Cheryl Chlad 
Kathi Colclasure 
SueCoughlin 
Cheryl Creech 
Robin Denton 
Gail Dillion 
Patti Elley 

Lynda Farmer 
Maureen Fullerton 
Ginger Fulton 
Gay Gibson 
Kathy Griffiths 
Pam Grobecker 
Rosemary Hanna 



Jan Harbaugh 
Jo Ann Hauch 
Carolun Hayes 
Marsha Hebden 
Judy Hedrick 
Donna Higgins 
Linda Hubbard 



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Kay Hunter 
Elaine Ickes 
Kristin Jenkins 
Pris Jew 

Ellen Klingensmith 
Kristin Lindberg 
Denise Mathey 

Hillary Maveety 
GayleMindling 
Nancy McLennan 
Joan Mohr 
Kathy Nielson 
Gale Philips 
Janet Pingree 

Barbara Ray 
Ginny Reardon 
Linda Rodriguez 
Stephana Roth 
Jennifer Sands 
Krista Schmidt 
Nancy Strang 

AdrienneThouin 
Ellen Turner 
Patricia Watts 
Danielle Whitehead 
Cathy Young 
Kari Young 
Cathy Zobgy 





PAMCRESSEY 



Judy Barrie 
Jackie Bell 
Karin Bentley 
Marta Betzler 
Sue Ann Braithwaite 
Lisa Brungess 
Shirley Buss 



Mary Butler 
Carol Clinite 
Becky Chute 
Cindy Clegg 
TishaCole 
Robin Collins 
Pam Cressey 





Linda Lupac 
Pat MacDuff 
Jayne Maga 
Dale Manolakas 
Sue Manske 
Carol Matthews 
Jeannie Matthews 

Jo Ann Kashiki 
Kris Kelly 
Karen Keys 
Lainie Larkins 
Sandy Larue 
Diane Leek 
Cyndy Lengnick 

Marie McGaffigan 
Cathie McSweeney 
Marianne Mitchell 
Marilee Moss 
Carol Moulton 
Patti Mowrey 
Patty Mu If ord 



Kappa Alpha Theta 

Thetas have had an active year under the leadership of 
president Pam Cressey. We won Sweepstakes in 1967 
Greek Week, served as hostesses for the New Zealand Inter- 
national Rugby Team, and received the Sweepstakes Trophy 
in 1967 Spring Sing with the SAE's. Casey Zant reigned as 
Sigma Chi Sweetheart. Leslye Shelley and Judy Reich were 
Homecoming Princesses. Thetas participated in Mortar 
Board, Bruin Belles, Fashion Board, the Tutorial Project and 
the Academic Research Council. Claire Woodson served on 
the Uni-Camp Board and worked for the Washington 
Intership Program. Jeanette Webb worked in India under the 
Project India Program. Janis Irvine served as chairman of 
the Board of Governors. 





Debbie Palmquist 
Terry Palmquist 
Pam Piatt 
Sue Randall 
Judy Reich 
Lou Robinson 
Dorothy Rounsavell 

Mary Rounsavell 
Leslye Shelley 
Pam Silverson 
Pat Sours 
Ann Stiles 
Sharon Storm 
Trudi Sturgeon 

CrissyVoll 
Judy Walker 
Barbara Welty 
Linda Wickstrom 
Cathy Williams 
Mary Lou Williams 
Claire Woodson 



Casey Zant 



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Mary Alderson 
Marianne Alessio 
Gwen Bennett 
Holly Catchings 
Barbara Gate 
GatherineGhapman 
DianneGhapman 

ChloeGlements 

Karlynn Dana 

Sue Day 

Cheryl RaedeArrieta 

Rica Duff 

Janice Dunbrack 

Rosemary Dymond 

GayleGarside 
Bette Giles 
Meg Gomph 
Sandra Grundvig 
Joyce Jesswein 
Kathy King 
Gyndy Lear 




Kappa Delta 



403 



Returning to campus with a surge of enthusiasm, Kappa 
Delta's were proud to present 31 lovely pledges to the 
university community. Even rain could not dampen our 
spirits when we cycled through Griffith Park or water skied 
and sunned (!?) at Balboa on our annual retreat. 

Turning our attention to the more serious side of college 
life, the KDs were successful in raising the house grade 
point average and placing several girls on the dean's list. In 
the midst of all our studying, the KD's still found time to 
participate actively in widely varied campus activities such 
as Madrigals, Tutorial Project, numerous Little Sister Pro- 
grams, and tri-service organizations. Kappa Delta was proud 
to be represented in Spurs, Chimes, Sophomore Sweethearts, 
Pryteneans, and to have T.J. Seabold chosen to sing in the 
Young Americans and Cyndi Lear to serve as Uni-camp 
counselor and board member. The always-busy (!?!) pledges 
also contributed to the spirit of Uni-Camp by taking campers 
on a picnic. 

Always in the mood for rockin' out, the KD's attended house 
social activities throughout the year: the annual Diamond 
Dagger, the pledge-active Suppressed Desire party, the 
Initiation Formal at the Ambassador Hotel, and the Spring 
Fling. And keeping in mind the advantages, we entertained 
our parents at a get-acquainted dinner. Dad's Day Brunch 
and football game, and Mother's Club Luncheon. 

The year's end found Kappa Delta's closer to each other 
and to the university as we strived for fulfillment of our 
motto: "Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful 
and highest." 




BARBARA SENG 




Colleen Littel 
Phyliss Malcomson 
Terri Manheim 
Toni McKay 



Kathy McWaid 
Carol Mynard 
Mary Nastronero 
Susan Nichols 



Bonnie Nickel 
Gail Ghanesian 
Peggy Personius 
Carol Peifer 



Carol Phelps 
Jill Pierson 
Susan Reed 
Randelle Riley 



Mary Saas 
Diane Scherer 
"Todi" Seabold 
Barbara Seng 



Harriet Shields 
Diane Sievers 
Linda Skaglund 
Patti Stein man 



Chris Tannehlll 
Gene Taylor 
Tobi Toboada 
Pat Trout 



Victoria Williams 
Annette Woodling 
Michele Young 





Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Kappa has survived through another inspiring year of beer 
busts and Christmas tree rampages with minor casualties 
and much enthusiasm. This fall marked the first anniversary 
of the quarter system with everyone studying more and 
enjoying it less. In our nonexistent leisure time, we enjoyed 
many rewarding and richly stimulating activities. Our 
athletics program has been vigorous and has provided 
unusual entertainment. We captured first and second place 
in intramural volleyball, but were soundly defeated in a fun, 
if not to say funny game of football on the Santa Barbara 
campus with an amazingly agile DG group. Our social activi- 
ties spotlighted a Tom Jones Pledge-Active (which could 
have been filmed in itself), and a great Winter Formal with 
the DCs and SAE's in the seaside atmosphere of the Bel 
Air Bay Club. Along with participation in campus groups and 
events, the year has been most fulfilling in coordinating the 
social and academic calendars. 




LYNNE POWER 



402 



Madalyn Altman 
Dee Dee Anderson 
Sally Anderson 
Krysia Banachowski 
Teresa Beck 
Sheila Berg 
Lynn Blackett 

LynneBrocoff 
Robin Cleary 
Pat Collins 
Joyce Da Silva 
Barbara De Franco 
LizdeJonge 
Donna Devarona 

Dru Doheny 
Louise Egly 
Stacy Evans 
Sharon Fesler 
Susan Grant 
Judy Griffith 
AndreeGurnee 





Cindy Held 
Pam Held 
Tinka Hess 
Martha Hummer 



Candy Wilcox 
Annette Wiley 
Judy Wood 



Carolyn Johns 
Chris Keith 
Carole Knaul 
Marcia Ling 



Louise Litschke 
Tracy McDonald 
Gae McElhany 
Molly McKinney 



Sue McWethy 
Louise Macatee 
Susan MacNeill 
Becky Matteson 



Cathy Matthews 
Linda Lee Miller 
Emily Mitchell 
Carol Mochizuki 



Bunny Morse 
Susan Morton 
Kathy Nelson 
Peggy Nelson 



Karen O'Kane 
Aleta Osborn 
Desi Pagliuso 
Linda Paul 



Melinda Perego 
Lynne Power 
Sue Priest 
Marilyn Ray 



Linda Strampe 
Susan Swenson 
Nancy Thomas 
SuzanneVon SchnabI 




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Anne Adashek 
Stephanie Barbanell 
Sue Behrstock 
Lynn Berman 



Sharon Berman 
Karon Brodie 
Harriet Byer 
Jan Coppersmith 



Linda Eisenberg 
Jerri Fields 
Ron Finder 
Carol Garber 



Laurel Garvin 
Mary Gora 
Karen Graff 
Lisa Harris 



Alice Harrison 
Ann Heller 
Lottie Hornung 
Judy Howard 



Anne Jung 
Karin Kaplan 
Kathy Kaplan 
Tern Kaplan 



Jan Kaufman 
Kathy Keane 
Ruth Kline 
Lainie Kosslyn 



Linda Kramer 
Alison Krough 
Linda Kuby 
Diana Lanterbach 



Judy Lee 

Sharon Markenson 
Joan Michel 
Joyce Milicov 



Susan Moss 
Nancy Mozur 
Linda Nathan 
Marilyn Nisenbaum 





Phi Sigma Sigma 



It's all for spirit -all for fun -all for enthusiasm -all for ex- 
panding our life at UCLA. This year found Phi Sig's very 
active in campus activities as well as also making contribu- 
tions within the community. The "People Lovers," the fall 
pledge class, brought new excitement to the year's antics 
of Phi Sigma Sigma. Phi Sig's worked hard and effectively 
on Homecoming, Monte Carlo, Mardi Gras, and Spring Sing 
Executive Boards while others found time to participate on 
the committees for these special activities. Extra jewelry of 
Bruinettes, Sophomore Sweethearts, Spurs, and Chimes 
was worn by participating members. And AWS involved 
several on Executive Board and various committees. The 
house took pride in our fashion member and our Home- 
coming Queen finalist. 

Good scholarship was also achieved by everyone and this 
led some to be accepted by honorary fraternities. Perform- 
ances of various plays and a musical comedy brought much 
applause from all audiences. 

Outside of campus activities, Phi Sig's found themselves 
always having some sort of spontaneous fun. Little Sisters 
were chosen by several fraternities. Our retreat was held 
during January in Arrowhead where toboggans and candied 
applies dominated. Several underprivileged children were 
taken to the circus during Spring vacation by the House 
and that day proved to be one of the most rewarding of the 
entire year. Everyone had a great time amid clowns, popcorn, 
and painted animals. 




JACKIEWINER 



Perhaps the most spirit-the most fun and the most enthu- 
siasm was displayed during that early morning pie throwing 
contest that won't be forgotten and will always serve as our 
way of celebrating birthdays. 




Debbie Oliff 
Susan Perlmutter 
Patti Polansky 
Carol Quint 
Nancy Renkow 
Terry Robinson 
Linda Roller 
Sherry Rose 

Susan Rosenfeld 
Doreen Rotman 
Lyn Schulem 
Gail Schwartz 
Karen Schwartz 
Carol Scott 
Diane Seigle 
Nancy Shapiro 

Linda Siegel 
Judy Silver 
Ellen Silverman 
Livia Stein 
StevieTaube 
MarciaTenenbom 
Audrey Teren 
Terry Topin 



llene Weinstein 
Mimi Weisel 
Diane Weisen berg 
Helena Wigodsky 
Jackie Winer 
Diane Wirth 
LynneZawolkow 



405 



Pi Beta Phi 




Beginning last Spring Pi Beta Phi was honored several 
times, with Sally Anderson as I FC Princess and Colleen 
Brown as IPC Queen and Southern Cannpus Princess. 
Pi Phi's won trophies for our combined efforts in Spring 
Sing with Phi Delt's and in Mardi Gras with ZBT's. 

With rush completed Pi Phi's began this year with 22 new 
pledges. Pledging was followed by the Big Sister-Little Sister 
Kidnap Breakfast, the Pledge-Active, and culminated with 
initiation and the Initiation party in the Spring. 

Other activities in which Pi Phi's participated were Bruin 
Belles, Bruinettes, Spurs and Tutorial Project. We had ten 
Sophomore Sweethearts with Christy Snyder as vice- Presi- 
dent. Cathy Rothenberger was Freshman Song Girl, and 
Joy Leonard wasTheta Delta Chi Red Carnation Queen. 
Homecoming week began with two Homecoming Queen 
Finalists and was climaxed by the Pi Phi-SAE float winning 
the Queens' Trophy and the Most Original Trophy. 
Additional events of the year included our annual Dad's 
Night, Family Dessert, and Spring Luau. 



STEVI MITCHELL 



Jams Avery 
Janice Ball 
Constance Blair 
Beverly Blout 
Ludy Bradley 
Carolyn Brown 
Colleen Brown 

Pam Burton 
Linda Campbell 
Lonnie Christopher 
Cheri Cocagne 
Linda Davis 
Carole Dische 
Kathi Dure 

Dana Dunn 
Sandy Evans 
Eleanor Fearman 
Russa Field 
Kathy Fields 
Connie Finck 
Janet Fish 







Anne Fleming 
SueGoerke 
Mary Halloran 
Sally Hamlin 
Sue Harsell 
Connie Henderson 
Alexis Hix 

Alice Hix 
Shiela Hurley 
MaryJoKattus 
Ginger Keller 
Betsy Kimball 
Donna Lazerus 
Joy Leonard 

Vicki Lewin 
Lemora Martin 
Stevi Mitchell 
Vicki Murphy 
Nadine Napier 
Anne Nichols 
Susan Pebley 





Katie Perkins 

Karen Recia 

Cathy Rothenberger 

SueSamuelson 

Joan Shaver 

Fritzi Smith 

Sue Smith 

Christy Snyder 
Susan Sponenberg 
Joani Stillman 
Anne Supple 
Lynda Teter 
Caroline Walker 
Jeanne Wallace 



Jackie Walters 
Suzanne Watson 
Vicki West 
Connie Wheeler 
Sharon Wilkinson 
Suenell Yankie 



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Sigma Delta Tau 



The year has been a memorable for Sigma Delta Tau. Excited 
over a newly decorated third floor and additions of study 
room, sun deck, and kitchenette, our enthusiasm spread to 
many fun filled activities. Our big honor of the year was 
winning "Sweepstakes" in the Homecoming float competi- 
tion. Our fantastic pirate-ship float, built with Phi Sigma 
Delta, also captured First Place in both "Most Beautiful" 
and "Most Original" categories. Julie Neustadt was 
honored as a finalist in the Homecoming Queen Contest. 

SDT was notably distinguished in campus activities. 
Sharon Krevitz, Judy Millman, and Sandy Shapiro were 
members of Homecoming Executive Committee. Sherry 
Frankel and Linda Golden berg worked on Mardi Gras 
Executive Committee, and Susie Gordon, Judy Millman, and 
Joan Shanedling participated on Spring Sing Executive 
Committee. Evanne Levin was a freshman cheerleader and 
helped keep our spirit strong as we went on to win League 
in coed volleyball. 

Thethemeof our really great fall party was "Pick a Pair," 
and Sig Delts and their dates came dressed as clowns, 
Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy, and even as Arabs and 
Amos and Andy. A good time was had by all at our winter 
retreat to San Diego's Vacation Village. 




SHEILA MANN 



408 



Aunt Mickie Kohn 
Gayle Abrams 
Noga Amir 
Linda Bowman 
BobbeBramson 
Sheryl Bratman 
Margie Braun 

Marsha Brown 
Linda Ciaman 
Holly Cole 
Susan Colen 
Joan Fleishman 
Barbara Fond 
Sherry Frankel 

Felice Freeman 
Sandi Gaviola 
Linda Goldenberg 
Susan Gordon 
Alison Gould 
Maggie Grais 
Linda Greenstein 

Mimi Grey 
Cathy Hailperin 
Bonnie Halperin 
Judy Hausman 
Kathy Hoffman 
Sue Kartsman 
MelanieKempton 

Robin Koosed 
Sharon Krevitz 
Margo Lessner 
Donna Levin 
Evanne Levin 
Carolyn Linsk 
Judi Lomkin 




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Ellie Wasserman 
Susie Weingarten 
Gail Weinger 
Roberta Winston 



Ellen Manheimer 
Sheila Mann 
Stacy Mann 
April May 
Karen Michel 
Judy Millman 
Sonia Milrod 

Annie Monk 
Randy Morrison 
Cathy Nadler 
Julie Neustadt 
Pamela Oringel 
Judith Paris 
Kathy Post 

Jane Bobbins 
Jan Shanedling 
Sandy Shapiro 
JudyScheff 
Alison Singer 
Adrianne Stanton 
Robin Steinhardt 



409 



But how do you really get to know them? 




The room is dark. The band blares so 
loud that you can't even hear your- 
self think, much less attempt to speak 
to anyone else. You have another 
beer. You watch the moving shadows 
on the dance floor. ..then a slap on the 
back, a few more beers, a pledge 
pin, and you've begun a truly "meaning- 
ful" part of your college career. You're 
it-- a fraternity man. 



410 






411 



The Greek 
Rebellion 



This year's Greek Week proved to 
be a tremendous success as the Greeks 
responded to the theme, "Greek 
Rebellion," by raismg over five thou- 
sand dollars to set up a scholarship 
fund for the Education Opportunities 
program. The Week's events included 
a house banner contest, all-star fraterni- 
ty-dorm football game, and the first 
sorority-dorm powder-puff football 
game. Friday afternoon, the Greek 
Olympics were held, with a variety of 
events including the traditional chariot 
race, and that night the week was 
ended with the Greek Classic Dance. 

Highlights of the dance included the 
presentation of awards by Gerry SeidI 
and Karen Keyes, Greek Week Co- 
chairmen. Sweepstake honors for 
Greek Week went to Chi Omega for 
the sororities and to Theta Xi for the 
fraternities. To climax the evening, 
Miss Chris Aldrete was crowned as the 
1968 IFC Queen. 




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Interfraternity Council 




Terry Maas- President 





Russ Webb-Judicial Representative, Bob Munger-Vice 
President, Terry Mass- President, Harry Egger -Judicial 
Representative, Rich Stansbury-Judicial Representative, 
Randy Rubenstein-Executive Secretary. 




DOUG ZIMMERMAN 



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Acacia 



Once having fully recovered from the advantages of its 
sorority row location, Acacia furthered its traditional "love- 
thy-neighbor" policy which resulted in the limitations of 
social probation. After successfully corrupting our fall pledge 
class, the brothers returned to the rigors of the academic 
world. Not to be overwhelmed by the demands of their 
campus professors, Acacians indulged in the usual assort- 
ment of campus activities, athletics, intramurals, and social 
events. Our Gal-weekend beer bust marked a first for 
sorority row, while the Black and Gold formal and the 
U-Bang-i Ball highlighted the winter and spring quarters. 




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Joe Achor 
Bill Adkins 
Randy Allen 
Dave Anduri 
Jay Augustenborg 
John Avitabile 
Rick Baber 

Tom Bergner 
Chris Bowles 
Dan Chavez 
Steve Chips 
Rick Collins 
Rick Copeland 
Randy Danta 

John Davis 
Jim Day 
Keith Ducote 
Gary Engel 
Rodger Farrell 
Bill Frady 
Grover Gentry 

Dennis Hamel 
Mike Jallo 
John Jensen 
Bill Pennington 
Reilly Ridgell 
Drew Rusnak 
Rick Sands 



Kent Shearer 
Paul Slaven 
Mike Smith 
Ross Tanner 
Joe Ward 
Doug Zimmerman 



417 



Alpha Gamma Omega 

This year at AGO we have truly discovered the meaning of 
a fraternity, as being a brotherhood. Men, who have 
dedicated their lives to Jesus Christ, are able to share 
them openly with their brothers. It has been a tremendous 
experience getting to know and become concerned for 
each other. 

The social activities this year have been most interesting. 
We started the year off with a great Little Sister Rush fun 
and game party. A weekend retreat up by Lake Arrowhead 
with the Alpha Delta Chi sorority gave us a time to relax 
and deepen our lives. Then the Christmas Banquet found 
us at the S. S. Princess Louise for a romantic night of the 
ocean. The pledge ditch left the actives finding a foot of 
alfalfa spread throughout their rooms and all the House's 
furniture piled in the living room. These are just a few of the 
highlights. 

Academically we are still functioning. We placed 4th among 
all the fraternities last year. Intramurals have been a great 
time of T. R. (tension release), plus some great success. 
But the uniqueness of the fraternity and thething we want 
to be known for is our Christian fraternal atmosphere. 

The officers this year have been: Greg Ogden, President; 
Bob McMullin, Vice President; Wes Sagawa, Secretary; and 
Steve Pease, Treasurer. 




Mom's Night AGO 




Atmosphere of song 



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GREGOGDEIV 





Bob Schaper 
Mike Stump 
Steve Terwilliger 
Tim Weber 



Bob Andersen 
Monnie Brewer 
Bill Brizendine 
Ed Demaree 
Dave Farmer 
John Garrisi 
Tom Gold 

Stan Gryde 
Jerry Haugh 
Chet Herbst 
Mark Hoyt 
Doug Humphrey 
Rick Lawson 
Bob McMullin 



Tom McReynolds 
Ed Moore 
Jon Moore 
Stan Mote 
Greg Ogden 
MikeOrnee 
Steve Pease 



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Bill Allen 
Frank Anderson 
John Baker 
Steve Ball 
Ron Bohrnstedt 
Chris Brittle 
Gary Brockman 

Rich Bruck 
Don Cataldo 
Bruce Cole 
Jeff Cotter 
Jay Dess 
Dan Douglass 
Tom Edwards 

Jeff Epstein 
Jerry Fitzgerald 
Greg Franklin 
Jim Gallagher 
DaveGiguere 
Pete Gold bach 
Bob Hindy 

Scott Howell 
Steve Jacobson 
Eric Joyce 
Eric Juline 
John Lucan 
Frank Marshall 
MikeMcCombs 

Rob McLinn 
Mark Nielsen 
Mark Richards 
Jeff Saltzman 
Gordon Stewart 
Jeff Sunderman 
Larry Swenson 





Chuck Thomas 
Tom Verkozen 
Dave Wangsness 
Carl Weintraub 
John Williamson 
Elliot Witkow 





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Early morning finds the ever-dapper Taus on their 
way to school protestmg nakedness in Africa. 



420 



Alpha Tau Omega 



This year the "Flying Taus" continued to soar high with 
the return of several brothers on sabatical. We started things 
out with a bang as the brothers rode the Kappa Kappa 
Gamma Train into second place during Homecoming. The 
end of Help Week found 15 pledges initiated, three residing 
at Camarillo and two at NPI. Out National Philanthropic 
Organization once again was R.E.A.M.E.D. (Redistribution 
of Economic Aid and Materials for Educational Development). 

Our social season was highlighted by an exchange with 
I Phelta Thi and was marred only by low grunts from the 
nearby slaughterhouse. Unfortunately during the annual 
weekender, some of the brothers were layed-out on the 
slopes, much to the dismay of those watching from below. 
Luckily, Ben Dover's date came hoofing through the snow 
with her keg of brandy tied securely around her neck. 
Brother Allen also came. 

It was a year of rebuilding for the all-powerful Tau gridders. 
Practice had to be cancelled several times while brothers 
were called upon to defend the House against the Mad 
Dykstra Sniper. Last reported action found three critically 
wounded and others blind. Twenty three Little Sisters were 
gotten. The brothers are lurking forward to a similarly 
rewarding year in '68. 




FRANK MARSHALL 
JERRY FITZGERALD 




City Health Inspector Earl Graves (Pledge Class 
Spring '68) lectures on the dangers of cross 
breeding flies on a freshly baked roast. 



421 



Alpha Epsilon Pi 

After being remodeled, the AEPi house was very active this 
year, especially during the AEPi vs. Beta 1st Annual Holy 
War. 

Some of the outstanding brothers include Allan Mann, 
DB Managing Editor; Larry May, DB City Editor; Mark 
Goodman, DB Associate City Editor; Fred Douglas, cheer- 
leader; Gregg Gittler, Pi Sigma Alpha and Yeomen President; 
Cliff Frieden, Yeomen; Rob Moss, Blue Key; Elden Rosenthal, 
Debate Team; Stu Rutkin, Mardi Gras Asst. Chmn.; Larry 
Weiss, Mardi Gras Business Manager; and Ron Green, 
Holiday Happiness Chmn. 

The AEPi house was well represented in all intramural sports. 
AEPi ranked high in basketball and was 2nd in all fraternity 
Softball. 

Phyllis Diller was made honorary house mother of AEPi last 
year, and this year Joan Parker, the Dodge Fever Girl, was 
made an honorary little sister to add to AEPi's select group 
of 25 little sisters. 

The brothers of AEPi anxiously await their 5th straight 
Mardi Gras trophy, after being the Mardi Gras Sweepstakes 
winner for the last 4 years in a row for their House of 
Horrors. Coming out soon will be AEPi's 2nd UCLA school 
calendar, which will contain pictures of the most beautiful 
girls on campus. 




ROBERT MOSS 
HAROLD M.MOSKOVITZ 



Steve Ad ler 
Gary Al pern 
John Bloom 
Mark Branner 
Fred Douglas 
Cliff Frieden 
Jerry Cans 

Howard Glassman 
Mark Goodman 
Ron Green 
Neal Howard 
Arnold Kaminsky 
Steve Kuhn 
Allan Mann 

Paul Matz 
Larry May 
Tim McAuliffe 
Harold Moskovitz 
Rob Moss 
Wayne Naphtal 
Steve Needle 

Joel Parker 
Paul Rappaport 
Lee RIchman 
Fred Rosenfield 
Richard Schad 
Roger Schimmel 
Robert Siever 



422 




Steve Tendrock 

Neil Ticker 
Alfred Warsavsky 
Alan Watenmaker 
Paul Weber 
Jeff Wissot 





Honorary Little Sister -the Dodge Fever Girl 




MICHAEL RYAN 
RICHARD STANSBURY 



Beta Theta Pi 

Despite a self-imposed 8:30 curfew, the brotlners of Beta 
Theta Pi still seemed to find time for a minimum of creative 
expression. Setting the tone for the year, we got a rotten 
one for President, though only at the expense of a Pooh. 
Nevertheless, led by D.C., the newly appointed "crimes 
against nature" chairman, the Betas were still able to remain 
at the tippy top of the fraternity ladder. Again, Beta Theta 
Pi had representatives in all the Varsity balling sports, foot-, 
basket-, volley-, base- etc. In a similar athletic vein, the final 
score of the Religious Bowl read Christians 47-Lions 0. More 
important however, was the spirit of brotherhood prevailing 
in the house. Where else would a brother be willing to 
forsake $141 just for the pleasure of playing cards with a 
brother? Congratulations to the Stud as well. Rumor has it 
he recently received a beautiful lei, though he claims he's 
never even seen Hawaii. But social activities topped the 
year, though it proved to be a long winter season. The 
lovely girls of Delta Delta Delta were surprised to see what 
may have been Westwood's first White Christmas as the 
snow poured down following the gift of the Delta Delta Delta 
tree to the brothers. The snow then followed the brothers 
to June Mountain for the traditional weekender -although 
several young damsels complained of too much snow inside, 
and not enough out. Capping off a beautiful year was Little 
Stevie Wonder's Krappa serenade- proving once and for all, 
dear Krappas, our bell certainly does toll for you . . . dong! 
dong! dong! 




Betas psychmg-up for the raid. 





Thetas get hosed down as tree leaves the piano. 



Thetas sandwich defenseless Beta. 




Mike Armstrong 
John Bergstedt 
Bill Bishop 
Mike Bongiorno 
Mario Bozicebich 



Bob Emmett 
Chuck Ferrero 
Steve Ferris 
John Fischer 
Larry Fischer 



Glen Chase 
David Clark 
Bill Cunningham 
Gary Cunningham 
Bob Dornin 



John Forbes 
Carl H.Fricke III 
Dan Gandara 
Kevin Goff 
TimGrandi 



Guy Hansen 
Dave Hrachovy 
John Ingram 
John Kendrick 
Lea son Leeds 



Paul Mayfield 
Tom McConnel 
Doug Miller 
George Nichols 
Don Otto 



Mike Packard 
Dick Perkins 
Rick Purdy 
Kim Ringwald 
Jim Rodriguez 



Mike Ryan 
Pat Ryan 
Neville Saner 
Gary Sanserino 
Sam Sibert 



Chris Smith 
Jerry Staines 
Rich Stansbury 
Gene Sutherland 
Dave Thomas 



Tito Torres 
PeteVanTrigt 
Steve Walker 
John Wilkes 
Bob Young 



425 




LARRY EVAN 



Delta Sigma Phi 

College . . . the four best years of your life . . . the founda- 
tion of your livelihood . . . culture, knowledge, mental 
maturity. 

College at UCLA . . . education and personal enrichment 
in a beautiful setting . . . dynamic, challenging, stimulating. 

Fraternity life . . . status, tradition, brotherhood, social 
maturity. 

Four years at Delta Sig: 

Workdays- 1 thought pledges did all the work 

Chapter meetings - 1 never knew how much these guys 
hated each other. 

Status-the largest pop top chain on the row. 

Togetherness -they all went to Mom's and I'm not 21, 

Brotherhood - something. 

Social life-the street, room 3, fake being smooth -too late- 
Birdman grossed her out. Parties -the red death, lousy band, 
who took my date home? Exchanges -it was fun. 
Homecoming -two weeks work for first place most humorous. 

It was sadism, sickness, perversion. 

I love it. God, I don't want to leave. 



Lee Bergstrom 
Dave Birdman 
Ron Boldt 
Richard Cleveland 
Roger Culbertson 
Peter Dreyfus 
Louie Eng 
Larry Evans 

Jack Fredrickson 
Jerry Harlan 
Dan Himelstein 
Mike Howe 
Mike Jaye 
Bill Killen 
Bob Lytle 
Pat Morgan 

John Morris 

Les Munson 
MikeNicolleti 
Mike O'Brien 
Pat O'Connor 
Bob Parrish 
Paul Preitauer 
Sid Rosenblatt 



426 




MikeSklanowsky 
Greg Stoehr 
Brian Stone 
Bob Stumpf 
Paul Supnik 
Herm Trabish 
Carl Zaptiff 



Why is this man laughing? 





We dug up our old housemother to help us cele- 
brate our 40th anniversary. 



Paul Alessini 
Paul Berkson 
Thomas Burke 
Bob Campbell 
Dave Carrol 
Morris Chubb 
Ken Cram 

David Ferguson 
Steve Ferry 
John Garagliano 
Jack Getziaff 
Steve Griswald 
Rey Harju 
Greg Kanne 

Tom Kukuchi 
Wade Lam bson 
John LeGros 
Scott Neely 
Greg Pawlik 
Kevin Pawlik 
Pat Plamondon 




Alan Salas 
Bert Syms 
Jim Tagawa 
Gary Yomontas 




428 



"What light through yonder window breaks?" And 
what's our scholarship advisor doing up here? 




Impromptu visor meeting 



Delta Tau Delta 



You wake up. It's noon, just in time to miss your last class 
of the day (1. Delts are clever; they get early classes- it's 
easier to sleep through them). Now you are faced with your 
first (and last) major decision of the day: Do you get out of 
bed or don't you? All that thinking - you go back to sleep. 
A half-hour later you're awake again. Hunger. You leap out 
of bed and trip over the keg on the floor. (2. Delts are 
clumsy; they placed tenth on the All-Fraternity Intramural 
list. And 3. Despite our reputation as teetotalers, we do 
drink-on occasion.) 

Enticing aromas waft up to you from the kitchen. Pastrami 
fat boiling in oil. Peanut butter soup simmering on the stove. 
Your mouth waters; your stomach turns; you reconsider. 
Secure in the knowledge that you have contributed to the 
welfare of the national economy you return from devouring 
a tasty, tempting L's burger. 

Now it's time to study. (4. Delts do study-sometimes.) You 
sit down at your desk and select an appropriate book. As 
an afterthought you get up and place some sounds on the 
stereo (5. Delts appreciate good music). Back at the desk 
you open the book and proceed to listen attentively to the 
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you decide to take a short break. You close your eyes, and 
sleep through dinner. 

It's eight o'clock. Your roommate runs in and shakes you. 
You almost missed your favorite tube show. But then you 
remember, tonight is your night to do your duty for the 
House. Groaning, you reflect upon the awesome responsi- 
bilities which go along with Fraternity life. Dressing warmly, 
with your jug of coffee and a bottle of Vat 69, you retire 
to the third deck to spend your evening scanning a certain 
apartment window with the House binoculars. The difficult 
and trying life of Delta Tau Delta. 



429 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



Dear Mom and Dad, 

It was another fun year here at the house. What with the 
whole crew team moving in, we needed more room. So we 
go and float a 60-thou loan just so as we can be original - 
does Zion Banking and Trust follow suit? Are the Sigma 
Nus really happy? So we got our hew house and our gilded 
door closers and a new (and staggering, so to speak) addi- 
tion to the basement. The wretched Hilgard sweats spurned 
us once again -oh well, there's always the weekend traffic 
up Strathmore, and after all, Mom, it's all pink on the inside. 
The Kraut got money from the Fatherland for a separate 
apartment. Well, at least someone in this house is piling. 
Chrome-dome Barth was elected Pres. of the gun club - he 
finally got a bang. Had a wonderful Thanksgiving-celebrated 
with a 12-lb.TEP. 

Hump Rocks, 

Phil Ashio 

P.S. -The Zebes just moved in next door, and already house 
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Terry Maas, IPC President, wines and dines a new 
TrI-Delt pledge, proving that RFmg is an integral 
part of the house's activities. 



Herr Jasinsky, "Ve vill haf vays off dealink wit 
Zebes." 



430 



Mike and four others await the next Zionist 
assault. In the future, the annual conflict with the 
Israelis mak have a different outcome. 





Jerry Bagger 
Michael Baker 
Craig Bleeker 
Howard Brightman 
Gary Brown 



Timothy Bryant 
Terry Coffee 
Don Craig 
Richard Davies 
Michael Elley 



Robert Evans 
Joseph Thomas Fagan 
Lloyd Foote 
John Fryberger 
Steve Hauser 



Kenneth Jablonski 
Gilbert Jansen 
Michael Jasinsky 
Lee Johnsen 
Terry Kaspar 



John Langpap 
Mollis Lenderking 
Al Lundy 
Jerri Mass 
Don McGann 



Michael Moody 
William Moran 
Richard Morese 
Bruce Nash 
Norm Nelson 



Robert Newman 
Terry Oftedal 
DuaneOliveira 
Isabella Perrin 
Ronald Picco 



Lance Pugh 
Ron Raye 
Larry Rinek 
Kemper Shaw 
Larry Smith 



Michael Sod er berg 
Paul Speckman 
Stan Terry 
Mack Thomas 
Danny Wexler 



431 




GARY SLOAN 
DENNIS WELCH 




Phi Epsilon Pi 



The Brothers of Phi Ep, in true spiritual reverance, asked 
forgiveness for their sins from the Illustrious One, the 
Buddha. Upon viewing the films of the past year, we, en 
masse, declared the whole show-verschtunken. The 
Brothers led by the sturdy and upright Nard and the 
straight-shooting and effervescent Roadrunner, described 
the UCLA group as "nice girls." Amidst the philosophical 
debates, the inmates found time to truck over to Pink's after 
our continued success in the greatest of all experimental 
failures, the UCLA Homecoming fiasco. Athletics proved 
successful as the oblique spheroiders climaxed a dynamic 
season with a thrilling touchdown that boggled the minds 
of the electrified fans. Off to this outstandingly mediocre 
start we forged into roundball, constantly blowing cripples. 
Social endeavors ranged from the ridiculous to the sublime, 
yet a mundane time was had by all. The Night in Hell 
tradition was carried on to its natural conclusion, and was 
aptly named. Thefirst annual Winter Formal was a climax 
in its own right. After a slow start, the Brothers tapered off 
academically from a social standpoint. Intrapersonal rela- 
tionships and personal introspection form the basis of all 
knowledge anyway. So ahh 



John Chase 
Cornel Colin 
Scott Dattan 
Jeff Drobman 



Gary Fujiyama 
Gerald Goldstein 
Sam Gordon 
Phil Gottlieb 



Alan Green 

Mitch Lynn 
Larry Lyons 
Richard Metz 



Oscar Miranda 
David Silverman 
Gary Sloan 
Dennis Welch 



Oblique spheroiders on parole from San Diego Zoo. 







Pi Lambda Phi 



What's up?-Jus about everything that isn't nailed down. 
The chains of love lay heavy upon the Duke, Wasl^ie and 
Gold bar to which Popeye replies with a cup and a window- 
Feig is merging. Grumer is diverging- Meyerson is selling 
Konitz over the counter - Shapiro gives a little push here and 
there. Smaler is getting larger, nightly. Ninglenorf lost his 
antagonist. London Bridge is falling because Kollitz isn't 
calling - Konitz takes vitamin "E." Things are getting Wendy 
since Cookler left the window open. Klein found a new 
hampster and died - Meselson looks for El Pigo Suprema 
and lives. Speir comes through clear as a bell, Thurm never 
did look too well. Jon Greenfield won't you please take off 
your hat. Randy Greenwald is quite adamant about that. 
Herr Hecht, with blond hair and blue eyes ordered a funny 
arm band the other day, and good old Buddy searches for 
a naked prey. Le Bell doesn't ring often enough. Barney 
stole her. Blumenfeld probably wants to give her back - 
Baker is apalling but no one is worse than chaplan, ask 
DePicciotto and he'll ask Dylan for you. Sacks can't hold 
his living. Freeman dribbles, Berkus snaps, Hirsch crashes, 
Rubin does nothing, and me? I'm the only zookeeper who 
moonlights as one of the animals. 



ALAN GREENSTADT 




Paul Baker 
Dean Berkus 
Mike Blumenfeld 
Ron Chaplan 
Andy Cookler 
Elli De Picclotto 
Wayne Freeman 

Martin Goldhaber 
Jon Greenfield 
Alan Greenstadt 
Randy Greenwald 
Fred Hecht 
Peter Hirsch 
Steve Howard 

Jack Konitz 
Bud Kling 
Rich Lebell 
Andy Meselson 
Larry Meyerson 
Rick Ross 
Terry Rubin 



Dave Sacks 
BillSchaefer 
Ron Shapiro 
Tony Smaler 
Don Speir 
Howard Wasserman 



433 




James Adams 
Joseph Audino 
Julian Bailey 
Ronald Bayer 
James Bell 
Vincent Bischof 
Gordon Bossermar 

William Brainard 
WillemBroekhof 
James Buese 
Bradford Cullison 
Andrew Daggatt 
Robert Dames 
Timothy Deakers 

Clark Dikeman 
Gene Dorney 
Sean Duggan 
Harry Egger 
John Fairbank 
William Fallon 
Kirk Finley 

Jack Hassler 
William Horstman 
Richard Howorth 
Robert Larkin 
Frank Lee 
William Magruder 
Arden McClelland 

Patrick Naylon 
Gregory Nickerson 
Joel Ostroff 
William Partridge 
Timothy Paxson 
Terry Pol ley 
Carter Provo 

Eric Rosa 
Edwin Sauve 
Scott Steele 
Robert Tchirkow 
Richard Vanis 
Robert Vogt 
Trip Webster 



Pledge Class -Fall '67 




Phi Delta Theta 



Hey, the place is still in one piece . . . amazing! I would 
Inave thought for sure that the protesters would have burned 
it down or that the sparerib plaguers would have had the 
place indefinitely quarantined. Even after the brown bomber 
bashes and the infamous molotov melees, glorious old 535 
stood erect and ready for more. And she got more as Ricky 
returned to us with tales from abroad, and Tommy gave it 
one last fling before putting an end to an era. Even Zach 
was to test the strength of our impregnable abode, and 
although he caused a bit of a chill, conditions soon returned 
to normal. Gordie and Vince wrestled, H. J. and Julie stoned 
the house, and Hulk snored so loud that The Dags was 
forced to go to Turok's room to seek solace, but still our 
mansion shook not a quiver (well, maybe a little one when 
Helen kept bumping into walls). Yeah, it was a good year. 





GENEDORNEY 
HARRY EGGERS 



Phis are brotherly 





and patriotic 



creative 





Phi Gamma Delta 



other houses brag about their trophies and plaques which 
highlight the preceeding years activities. The men of PHI 
GAMMA DELTA did not win that many trophies last year 
but that is not to say that we do not have an impressive 
list of accomplishments. To give you an idea we'll list just a 
few: 

Two weeks social probation with two years suspended social 
probation for the SC DG affair. Passed 6-0-0 IPC Judiciary- 
UCLA. 

Two years social probation. Passed 19-0-0. IPC Judiciary-SC. 

One quarter social probation for Inter-school exchange. 
Passed 6-0-0. IPC Judiciary-UCLA. 

Permanent social probation. Passed 40-0-0. IPC Judiciary- 
El CaminoJC, Cerritos JC, Pierce JC and Valley State. 

Two quarters liquor probation and two years suspended 
probation for Weyburn Hall outrage. Passed 6-0-0. IPC 
Judiciary-UCU\. 

Permanent expulsion from Weyburn Hall 



MIKETENNESEN 



or as Jacl< Lindquist, President of Weyburn Hall, so eloquently 
put it, "If I see one more of those guys step foot in this 
place, I'm going to call the cops." 



and, still to be brought up before IPC Judiciary Council, 
Possible Charter revocation for Southern Campus layout. 




John Achuff 
Larry Agajanian 
Doug Bagby 
Ken Bajema 
Gary Berstein 
Bob Biggs 
Tony Carr 

Robert Cohen 
Joe Curtis 
Rich Deakers 
Matt Deal 
Ken Don nay 
Robert Dome 
Rod Edmonds 

Karl Englert 
Jeff Felz 
Phil Flores 
Steve Freitas 
Paul Galen 
Dexter God bey 
Tom Grant 

Mike Gray 
Vance Harris 
Jim Hoover 
Wayne King 
Pete Kranske 
Sky Krebs 
Pete Liekkio 




Andy Maisner 
Drew Middleman 
David Miller 
Lance Miller 
Ralph Moreno 
Jim Oliver 
Doug Peake 

Mike Pringle 
Ted Raess 
Randy Raysbrook 
Bruce Rochford 
Joe Rosenberg 
Lorry Ross 
Jim Sayer 

Roger Schnurr 
Rich Spindler 
Bob Stiles 
Michael Susak 
MikeTenneson 
Dean Westly 
Mark Wexler 




Phi Kappa Psi 



if you really want to hear about it 

and not believe me a mountebank 

of fun by doubting all i cannot tell 

you'll have to come 

leaving inhibitions at a ruddy door 

with me to the crest of verdant wave 

and sit poised with us on that 

spirit never languished 

even in a futile quest down 

paneled halls of brother's 

doors in search of missing dates 

come with me to the matinee and see 

the mounting 

of a debt we owe each other 

see the food we share with rodents 

the shower tiles cushioned in green 

battle with us the stork and the mood 

complacency so little oz and grovel 

so much that's 

hard 

to see no real hurry 

a rainy day schedule of life 

rolling in hedonistic squalor on 

a puddled winter court see stiff 

cold fingers knitted in the clasp of 

brotherhood 




GEORGE CONKEY 
DENNIS CHOATE 



Curtis Alder 
Doug Anderson 
Ted Baker 
Ed Bergstrom 
Mike Burton 
Ron Butler 
Dennis Choate 

George Conkey 
Jack Davis 
Pat Donahoe 
Bob Good 
Gary Gray 
Tim Harris 
Rick Hayes 



Bruce Herring 
Al Lewandowski 

Mike Matthias 
Bob Metcalf 
Tyke Morris 
JimNettleton 



John Perkins 
Bob Polentz 
John Pru frock 
Bob Sessler 
Dick Sessler 
Kent Stevens 
John Tholen 



438 




Bob Vanderet 
Ed Velazquez 
Jim Veltmann 
RussWebb 
Torreey Webb 
Bill Weigel 



Imagine contrived situations. 





439 



Contrive imagined situations. 




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Entertainment 



Adam Baum 
Jerry Brewer 
Stork Briggs 
Al Camarillo 
Mike Carty 
Stan Cole 
Kent Corzine 

Doug Diebolt 
Eller Ellermeyer 
Mike Fay 
Fred Gray 
Randy Gregory 
Robert Howe 
Eddie Hutt 

Steve Klausen 
Phil Klein 
Jim Kok 
Ted Martin 
Dick Millet 
Dennis Murphy 
Pete Nestingen 

Charles Phillips 
Pete Richards 
Mike Ronne 
Packy Roundtree 
Steve Shedd 
Bill Sitz 
John Slater 



440 




Al Smith 
Brian Smith 
Ken Smith 
Greg Snyder 




BOB HOWE 
JEFFELLERMEYER 



Phi Kappa Sigma 

This year our yellow chrysanthemum burst outward illumi- 
nating our adobe mansion. As in the past, the brothers of 
Phi Kappa Sigma, brilliantly attired, attended the annual 
"Lord of the Flies Laboronic Ball." Arrangements were 
furnished by Miss Heute Hute which included all pre-fiasco 
entertainment and her traditional "defraud the house event." 

But aside from this, Phi Kappa Sigma has achieved an all 
time high. The brothers presently are striving for their 
second consecutive all "U" intramural title. 

Functions and parties have also reached an all time high. 
We are in the process of reviving our "Gaza Strip" gargan- 
tuan uprising (!) along with our neighboring gentiles. We 
plan to have the "party of the year." 

Our academic record has however not reached an all time 
high, but we feel the future offers unquestionable achieve- 
ment. 

We the brothers of Phi Kappa Sigma however, pride ourselves 
that our house is probably not the sturdiest but the oldest 
and most sincere house on the Row. r.f. 




Seriousness! 



441 



442 



David Bright 
BobCadish 
Rate Cohen 
Larry Cohn 
Jim Cowen 



Richard Gandin 
Bruce Glickfeld 
Herb Glicksman 
Dicl< Glucksman 
Jim Goodman 



Mike Gottsegan 
Jerry Gronfein 
Irv Gross 
Alan Halfon 
Larry Heifetz 



Steve Heller 
Roger Holt 
Mike Kahn 
Dave Karton 
Steve Kippur 



Howard Knee 
Steve Krivit 
Sandy Kronick 
Randy Lacoe 
Richard Maggio 



Mark Malter 
Robert Marcus 
Chuck Minsky 
Bob Quint 
Larry Rabkin 



Ken Ravitz 
Bob Rosen 
Randy Rubenstein 
Robert Schroeder 
Matt Sher 



Rick Stambul 
Martin Stein 
Bob Susnow 
BobTenenbaum 
David Wahl 



Don Weinhouse 
Richard Weissman 
Barry Wolstan 
William Wortman 
Al Ziman 





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Phi Sigma Delta 



Venturing into new horizons, the Phi Sigs started out the 
new year with a bang! Looking back on 1967 created a 
feeling of nostalgia. They lived an existence, sporting an 
overall GPA of 2.84. They still had time for a prolific social 
life. 

Homecoming found the Phi Sigs building the sweepstakes 
winning float, a pirate ship, with the SDT's providing a 
sunken chest. 

Excitement also ran feverish over the traditional pledge 
party, although it was feared the impotent pledges couldn't 
come. The party finally climaxed in an orgy of verbosity. 

Turning to the sports scene, the Spartan Phi Sigs dominated 
most sports, but particularly those held indoors such as 
bear baiting, wine tasting and ball handling. 




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Jim Bamber 
John Barrie 
Lar Best 
Robert Blakey 



Bruce Bradley 
Kent Bridwell 
Paul Bickenbauch 
Steve Boughton 
Bruce Choate 



Bob Cockle 
Ed Collom 
Brian Craig 
Jon Craig 



444 



Tim Crosby 



Ben Cuaressa 
Jim Delacy 
Dan Downmg 
Geoffrey Duncan 
Frank Eldridge 



Steve Fletcher 
Dave Fonfara 
Phil Fonfara 
Bill Frank 
Geoff Groat 



Gary Godward 
Frey Heath 
Wayne Holland 
Ross Hoffman 
Denis Honeychurch 



Tim Kelly 
Robert Lind 
Kevin Loftus 
Dan Marter 
Bob Martin 



John McDowell 
Ted Mathewson 
Robert Moler 
Bob Mouradian 
Tom Murray 



William Newkirk 
Jeff Oderman 
Mike Rand 
Drew Sones 
Steve Scarborough 



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Dan Vasilovich 
Perry Willson 
Terry Zamanigan 
Jim Zander 




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JOHN McDUALLL 
DENNIS HONEYCHURCH 




Little sisters come over every Tuesday night for 
dinner. 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon once again dominated the Southern 
Campus scene. While maintaining an overall house GPA of 
3.69, the brothers still found time to capture the intramural 
football championship crown; Sweepstakes in Spring Sing, 
intramural Softball title, "Theme" and "Queen's Favorite" 
trophies for Homecoming, and a few stray women. 




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JOHN BRAVERMAN 
EDWARD CRONICK 



Sigma Alpha Mu 

This year, Sammies had a very full social calendar. Each 
weekend saw either a wild party at the house or a very 
intimate get-together after a campus activity. All the fratres 
went to Las Vegas after the first quarter where President 
John Braverman amazed everyone by breaking the bank?? 
Our winter formal was a two night trip to Lake Arrowhead 
where the brothers and their dates frollicked in the snow. 
Studying isn't neglected, though as long as there isn't a 
card game going on or a rousing game of thumper in 
the living room. 




A night of studying at the house. 



446 



Zach Berkowitz 
Robert Blanton 
Ron Block 
John Braverman 
Ruben Buchak 
Harvey Cogen 
Michael Cohen 

Ed Cronick 
Dean Eric 
Richard Fauman 
Dennis Garrison 
Jeff Glassman 
Joel Gottesfeld 
Bernie Greenfield 

Alan Jarrick 
Steve Levy 
Norm Miller 
Phil Radell 
Ed Rosen 
Bob Rubin 
Bill Shapiro 

GarySindell 
Don Stambler 
JaakoTaarviarji 
BobTeitelbaum 
Mark Volmert 
Norm Weir 
DaveWeitz 





Bob Ayer 
Tom Bartlett 
Stu Brody 
Jeff Butzlaff 



Mike Dwyer 
Lew Flores 
Jeff Jacobson 
Andrew Katz 



Paul Kaufman 
John Landis 
Mike Moacanin 
Larry Perle 



Tau Delta Phi 

Chi chapter of Tau Delta Phi kicked off the New Year with 
an all star pledge class. Despite the grossness of the actives, 
the pledges came back with some fine R.F.'s. One particularly 
ingenious one featured the removal of all the faucets until 
the actives found them. Beard growing became quite 
fashionable. 

Tau Delta Phi was active in intramurals. Football and volley- 
ball games were a real source of entertainment and recreation 
for the members. The Pledge Dance "Five Days Before the 
Twenty-Sixth Anniversary of the Bombing of Pearl Harbor 
Day Dance," was a schizophrenic delight with half the 
decorations Oriental and half American. 

"When you are number two you try harder," was the house 
motto referring to the 2.89 house GPA second on the row. 
However serious, study and academic pressures found 
release in such nonsense as shaving cream fights and 
shower dunkings. This kind of spirit helped make the 1967- 
68 fraternity year a memorable one for the men of Tau Delta 
Phi. 




STEVEN FINKEL 




"What do you mean "Quiet hours'?" 



Building a Homecoming float. 







Sigma Chi 



From the pages of "Darling" to the memorable words of 
"Twelve Days of Christmas" brothers and pledges alike 
stumbled through a year of triumph and TJ runs. Showing 
a shrewd business sense, Jacques picked up a slightly used 
bike for $850 in Newport, but where's the key? Things have 
really been popping for Lynn, but Mason chose to follow a 
zig-zag course through college. Meanwhile, armed guards 
have been posted at Marineland against the day when 
Taylor expands his affinity for goldfish. 

Though grades are important, as evidenced by the fact that 
Vern and Roger will join Bill in haunting the Med Center 
halls this fall, Vern knows that contacts help. Kimball bowed 
out, but Clark and Elliott accepted the inevitable, following 
the path of Thayer, Wingfield, Gentry, Wiese, and Stevens. 
All honor to their names. 





Phil, what do you think about your pledge class? 



And besides, she lets me drive her Camero. 



448 




Robert Vigil 
Tim Wade 
George Wood 
Tim Yatcak 
Greg Yost 



David Ackernan 
Edward Agran 
Ronald Allison 
Tom Allsbury 
Bob Bauer 
Marc Bean 
David Benvenuti 

John Bersinger 
Richard Callaghan 
Stephen Carlton 
William Carter 
Brian Casserly 
Stephen Chatfield 
David Christofferson 

David Conover 
Rob Disharoon 
Philip Fixler 
Gavin Fox 
Lee Garson 
Perry Grant 
Daniel Groszkruger 

Dennis Hudson 
James Izu 
John Jenkins 
Scott Johnson 
Gary Ketelsen 
Bert Klemkauf 
Eric Lawton 

James Lewis 
Dick Lynn 
Joe Maienschein 
Richard Mason 
Thad Mathis 
Mike Moran 
Greg Nunn 

MikeOdell 
Rod Parsons 
George Pastre 
Carl Peters 
James Reeves 
Kenneth Richards 
James Robbins 

David Seyller 
Stan Shoemaker 
William Simms 
Stephen Taylor 
John Teal 
Robert Thomson 
Rod Tysdal 



449 




Raping and pillaging 




Watching a snake sliow 




A pledge learns the tine points ot hustling. 



Craig Auld 
Jerry Ball 
Roy Barth 
Dennis Beach 
Larry Benson 
Mike Boal 
George Buckley 

Don Burgess 
Darrell Butler 
Larry Canarelli 
Jeff Chernove 
Charlie Clark 
Jeff Corliss 
Rick DeBaere 

Bohdan Domansky 
Bob Doss 
John Downard 
Scott Duyan 
Tom Edwards 
Jim Carol 
John Gebb 

Dennis Gladman 
BobGreenhaIgh 
Edmon Hages 
Don Harder 
Dave Hartshorn 
Jim Heitbrink 
Al Hoops 




Sigma Nu 



This was the year of the snake at the Sigma Nu House, and 
some of the guys l^ept pet snakes. Some of the snakes got 
pretty big and scared all the girls. The Alumni realized the 
danger of this, and ordered all the guys to do their snake 
stuff away from 501 Gayley. Now everybody is happy, but 
some guys still keep snakes in their rooms. 

Besides raising their snakes as often as they could, guys 
did other stuff too. Lots of guys had cycles, on which they 
would ride into small towns to rape and pillage. That was 
pretty much fun. 

The bird ventured into organized crime, out of which came 
the Great Record Swindle. The house achieved a record 
high GPA, fitting reward for long study hours at nite skool, 
and nobody flunked out. 

Vandals attacked our house on Halloween, and the DG's 
were nice enough to come over and help us clean up. When 
they were done, some borrowed our showers, some used 
our hoses, but they all left feeling "really clean." 

This year, a good time was had by all. 




MIKENIEDERMAN 




Robert James 
Rodger Johnson 
Wally Kaltenborn 
Ted Kaye 
Larry Krug 
Ed Kushins 
Arnie Lerner 



John Light 
Rich Logan 
Randy McDevitt 
Tim McMahon 
Mike Morrow 
Mike NIederman 
Jim Price 

Blake Rankin 
Wayne Redfearn 
Joe Robbins 
A! Roberson 
Mickey Roslen 
Dave Schmidt 
Jerry Schutte 



Bob Siefker 
Dave Stearnes 
Jim Sterblntz 
Danny Thomas 
MIkeTindall 
Jack Wright 
Pete Zanzot 



451 



Sigma Pi 



Lately the Bros, have been asking, "Where's 007, or who 
put the pot in the brownies?" The Bros, enjoyed our tradi- 
tional dirty Thursday presented by our Pledge Class and 
including several delights from Fifth and Main. A few of the 
Bros, took a ride on the choo-choo that was held in the 
lower pledge dorm during our annual Pajamarino. As you 
may notice, mustaches are becoming all the rage . . . 
especially with the hairiips in the house. 




JOHN LATIMER 



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Doug Brown 
Chris Carver 
Chris Cochran 
Don Cox 
Dave Decamp 
James Flack 
Rich Frank 



Al Hanson 
Paul Hastings 
John Latimer 
Mike McGovern 
Robert Moore 
Al Nichols 
James Park 

Greg Pigeon 
Chuck Reid 
Steve Rogers 
Pat Schmickrath 
Greg Scott 
Bob Searight 
John Seidel 




Kent Shoj 
Ken Small 
Dave Van Saun 
Ken Welshimer 
William Young 




The Brothers take a study break? 





Sig Pi Little Sister - "The Great White Whale" 



453 



Sig Pi scores in intramural volleyball 




CHARLES MAURICE MILLER 
MICHAEL POLLOCK 



Tau Epsilon Phi 

1968 was great. The brothers of Tau Epsilon Phi once again 
proved that TEPS ARE TOPS. In the over-all GPA we were 
fifth on the row. Next year TEPS will be number 2 because 
our girls try harder. 

Our athletic superiority was proven in Greek Week for the 
second year in a row. '68 was the year of the SCUM . . . over 
1000 buttons sold in one hour by the TEPS. In the "annual 

pledge hunt" the pledges stooped to new heights (but 

the picture was unfortunately censored). Social activities in 
the first quarter included 1 1 parties and exchanges, all 
with live bands-the Electric Prunes, the Hollywood All-Stars 
and the Boston Tea Party. 

Community Service covered all sorts of activities. Among 
these were Uni-Shine (which we did with a relatively 
unknown sorority), a Christmas Party for an orphanage, and 
our weekly Tijuana Run for any girls who got schtupped-up 
during theyear. 

Yes, if it was great in '68 



Dave Allen 
Steve Auer bach 
Tom Denove 
Joel Fox 
Rich Fybel 
Bill Hanafee 
David Ingram 

Bob Jacobson 
Irwin Joseph 
Jerry Kaufman 
Larry Kloman 
Harvey Levine 
Charles Mann 
Eric Meller 

Sol Meller 
Chuck Miller 
Merwyn Miller 
Phil Nameth 
Joel Nord 
Tracy Okida 
Mike Pollock 

Tom Ratner 
Ed Relfman 
Marc Rosen 
Larry Rosenberg 
Alan Samow 
Marc Scott 
Paul Steier 



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Stever Stemerman 
Nell Strassman 
Mike Weaver 
Phill Welssman 
Joel Zazulia 




The Hollywood All-Stars 




Santa at UCLA Med Center 





TEP house cleaning 





Athletic Superiority! 



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TEP's Christmas Party 



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Theta Chi 



Though frustrated in their attempts to legalize night racing 
in parking structure 8, the brothers of Theta Chi neverthe- 
less, remained undaunted in their search for the ultimate, 
all-pervading, vital force which governs the universe and 
guides us all. A majority found it was the quarter system. 

In the meantime, however, the house rocked, the athletes 
rolled (in laughter?), and everybody (excluding pledges) had 
a good time. The year was studded with several memorable 
moments, to wit: "The Phantom" taking the AII-TC rot-gut 
championship hands down (though everything else came 
up), Mr. Stolpman deftly giving lessons in back seat etiquette 
during the pledge ditch, Hubiske winning fame as "Super 
Cop" (disguised as a mild-mannered and unbelievably 
smooth yell leader), Hybiske and Martin both being initiated 
into Blue Key (which is an interesting comment on that 
organization). 

The social calendar was more than a match for the lusty 
brothers (as many a date found out). The parties ranged all 
the way from the psychedelically suave Holloween Nocturnal 
to the Freeloader's Jubilee, otherwise known as New Year's. 
In all, it was a fme year for TC, and finding ourselves fourth 
on the row in g.p.a. proved somebody had to be studying 
somewhere! 




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GARY MARTIN 



Steve Alt 
Phil Bechdolt 
Stan Beskin 
Bob Bethune 
Chuck Bumburger 
Ken Buzzell 
Max Gather 

Bob Ghansler 
George Clark 
Vic Cochran 
Phil Dalton 
Jim Deguelle 
Tom Elfers 
Chris Feybush 

Jim Hybiske 
Guy Jahnson 
Rod Kolesnik 
Gary Martin 
John McGuire 
Jim Mosher 
Ed Oeser 

Bob Owens 
James Owens 
Stu Piatt 
Jeff Proust 
Ed Rockman 
Tom Stolpman 
Rich Truax 



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Dream Girl of Theta Chi 




Theta Delta Chi 

after a summer of recuperating from last year (which was 
spent chowing in the quarter system) we discovered we 
needed new little sisters so we sent out our super-pledges 
led by "the riddler" (later voted most valuable tool by the 
attitude committee) and they found a veritable gold mine of 
female pulchritude on a hillside up by governor ronnie's 
farm. 

the little darlings were wonderful for evening study breaks 
but even with their aid not all of us could face the frustra- 
tions brought about by current revelation of academia as was 
proved by the self-immolation of one and the almost simul- 
taneous marital unions of three others. 

this sudden loss plus the rude expulsion of our intermural 
sodomy team from tiajuana left us nothing to do but race 
tearfully home leap into bed assume the prenatal position 
and turn the electric blanket up to nine. 





MIKEHATELEY 



Presenting the 196/ Theta Delt Little Sisters 



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Quarter system fan bailing out with style. 











Phil Ajioka 
Doug Archibald 
Rick Biswell 
Ray Brogliatti 
Steve Brown 



Mark Chambers 
Gary Covington 
Garrett Dailey 
Larry Doan 
Blaine Ewing 



Jim Forman 
Larry Fox 
Kelly Hartman 
Mike Hat eley 
Paul Hiley 



Bob Hunter 
Gary Jones 
Dave Kelsey 
Bruce King 
Jeff Lock wood 



Rick Love 
Bob Martinez 
John Martinez 
Dave McEwen 
Dennis McNeal 



Gajus Michelson 
Doug Neillson 
Dave Nelson 
Toivo Palango 
Larry Perkins 



John Quinn 
Mike Reeslund 
Charles Robinson 
Randy Rolfe 
Ken Salzman 



Gerry SeidI 
Don Stolley 
Dan Straus 
Fernando Suarez 
Michael Vermette 



459 



Theta Xj 



Fun. Understanding. Cooperation. Knowledge. These were 
the key words for Theta Xi this year. The Luau complete with 
"Hawaiian leis," Pajamarino in the grand bedroom, and New 
Year's Eve led the constant barrage of parties. Homecoming 
was celebrated with the Theta Xi float, a beer bust which 
floated the entire school in the pool. Friday nights found 
Brother Keith leading the group in fun and games, followed 
by three hours of clean-up. Brother Davis proved a 
competent leader in boosting morale, attitude, and 
scholarship. With the graduation of our six year men, the 
average house age dipped to 21 while the GPA hit 2.7. 
Special attention must go to the Little Sisters, who used 
their own techniques during rush. And finally, noting that 
our pool is once again clean, we must give special thanks 
to ourselves to making this entire year possible. 




PAT DAVIS 




Fredric Baker 
Douglas Bald 
Wayne Bartolme 
Patrick Davis 
Steve Eisenman 
Eugene Elling 
Gary Erbeck 

Robert Fong 
Alex Friedland 
Samuel Goins 
Jerald E. Goldste 
David Haisten 
Thomas Henning 
Charles Hooper 

Chris Isley 
Ty Isley 
Steve Kaplan 
Thomas Keith 
J. Steve Kyser 
Donald Lawson 
Ronald Lee 

Craig LIttenberg 
Theodore McNevin 
Bob Movius 
Richard Najarian 
Marvin Dean Oberr 
James Pike 
BobReid Jr. 



Zeta Psi 



After twenty-two years on Sorority Row, the Zete chapter 
returned to Gayley. For blocks around the old house, the 
neighbors, in disbelief, heard the brothers dismember the 
structure. More relieved than annoyed, they let us raise hell, 
since we are no longer a health hazzard to the community. 
We managed to keep from under crashing walls and sinking 
floors, but got a few spectators with flying brick and 
breaking windows. We hold sentiments for the traditions 
established at the old place, but are presently on an 
extensive reconstruction program to house the brotherhood, 
creating a harmonious atmosphere for study and pleasure. 
One of the Zete traditions is progress, meeting the needs of 
new undergrads. It takes more than kegs of beer to mellow 
the temperaments of individuals into a close-knit, working 
nucleus. We have been successful thus far and look forward 
to an even better year. 

The brothers enjoyed the activities of the past year: parties, 
exchanges, and general b.s. sessions. The success secret 
is not just a fraternal mystic cult, but that we enjoy each 
other's company and have eliminated friction. We are proud 
to be Zetes. 




PAULMAHLOW 
MIKEDENNISON 




Robert Blatt 
James Burnett 
Steven Carter 
Kevin Chesebro 



Michael Coyle 
Michael Denison 
Robert Dye 
Rick Edick 



Don Grant 
David KIrkeby 
Roger Lindley 
Paul Mahlow 



William Marshaiek 
Rollie Miller 
Frank Newton 
Glenn Ota 



Joseph Peters 
Lyie Randies 
David Same 
Glenn Seim 



Tom Soderquist 
Leigh Torgeson 
Ken Turner 



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Triangle 



Enthusiasm ran rabid around Trianglethis year. TheV.D. 
squad was out in full representation, but it turned out to be 
a Little Sister RF. Another venture undertaken was sports 
mania but several things were broken in warm-ups. Partici- 
pation was increased with the addition of thirteen initiates 
and a baker's dozen of Little Sister pledges. In outdoor 
sports, we continued to improve our record. 

Our social menu left many with drooping heads and empty 
mugs. The annual T.J. run was pre-empted by such func- 
tions as our tenth annual P.J. party, exchanges, beach 
parties, skiing accidents, weekend overhauls, and lube jobs. 

In our annual contest to come up with any use for a slide 
rule, we discovered several useful applications. However, 
Brother Lipari was informed that it was not practical to 
use as a depth gauge as we found, after involved experi- 
mentation, that it couldn't be worked out with logs. 

In the future we hope to continue to develop individual 
interests within a framework of a unified brotherhood 
commensurate with the attributes, technology, incongruities, 
OH,----!!! 



JOEHOEFNER 

RON HEACOCK 



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Arthur Arellanes 
Luis Arroyo 
Tom Bachman 
Phil Bailey 
Bob Barton 
James Bennett 
Marv Blanton 

Joseph Chamberlain 
Rod Combs 
Mike Cox 
Tim Cyr 
Alan Dippel 
Tom Fletcher 
Gary Fox 

Bonnie Gator 
JoeGenovese 
Tom Gilliland 
Doug Grabhorn 
Kent Harrison 
Ron Heacock 
Ruben Hernandez 

Joseph Hoefner 
Paul Hoffman 
John Howard 
Paul Johnson 
Tap Kartiala 
Richard Keller 
Kurt Krumes 

Gary Lee 
Chris Leng 
Jim Lipari 
Dean May 
Joe Nagel 
RanierOtto 
Ron Paine 

Larry Pesetski 
Ed Reitan 
Richard Stanavige 
Jim Smith 
Jim Wasson 
Gene Wemstine 
Dave Whitby 



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Finesse? Hell yes! 



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Preparing for Sweepstakes Spring Sing '67 



MikeAltshuler 
Sam Austin 
Dan Beck 
Paul Beeclien 
Bruce Benjamin 
Gary Benson 
Gordon Benson 

Mitch Blumenfeld 
Steve Cahn 
Bruce Cohen 
Rick Critchfield 
Steve Cron 
Al Cutrow 
Gary Ezor 

Rick Finkelstein 
Ken Freeman 
Steve Gaines 
Rob Gandin 
Larry Ginsburg 
Hand Goldsmith 
Stan Gordon 

Ted Green 
Larry Guzin 
NateHalprin 
Doug Haynes 
Bruce Hensel 
Jeff Jens 
Mark Kahn 
















Zeta Beta Tau 



Under the reign of brother King Ovitz, the empire of Zeta 
Beta Tau once again reached a great climax. Through a 
massive joint effort the brothers reached new highs in 
camps activities. With the aid of the Chi O's we shot the 
works at Spring Sing climaxing in the sweepstakes cup. 
Recovering from a hard night at the Bowl we pointed 
toward Homecoming. We scored with theTri-Delts also, 
winning first place in our division. 

In spite of nasal disadvantages the big Corona found a 
permanent home due to the mass pinning ceremonies held 
thrice weekly. 

Despite all these other activities we created new heights in 
student government, athletic and scholastic rating, and still 
initiated seven men into Blue Key. With ZBT's moving into 
the new house we look forward to even greater heights. 




MIKE OVITZ 




Steve Karon 
Gary Kaseff 
Steve Kurzius 
Howard Krepack 
Dennis Lawton 
Joe LeBovic 
Glenn Leichman 

Marc Levinson 
Len Levine 
Jeff Lewinter 
Andy Lewis 
Rich Magasin 
Rich Marks 
Paul Mines 

Mike Ovitz 
Jim Pflaster 
Flip Phillips 
Chris Polk 
Nardy Samuels 
Barry Sandler 
Gary Schneider 



Mark Schneider 
Howard Schwartz 
Shel Singer 
Steve Stearns 
Bruce Stuart 
Jerry Tarlow 
Steve Tator 




Dykstra Hall: 
Jefferson House 

Manhattan House 



Bottom row: Riley Racer, Roger Scott, Leigh Webb, Jeff Snapp, Dennis 
Phelan, William Jung. Second row; Harry Yan, Ron Peterson, Derrick Henry, 
Butch Levenbrown, John Wray, Kerry Ricketts, Paul Hovesepian, Stuart 
Lilly, Luis Liberman, Tyle Pon, Bob Malone, Mark Fisher, Larry Collette, 
Richard Foxman, Rodney Batts, Don Bryant. Top row: Bob Tavetian, Check 
Sum, Charles Negri, Ken Quigley, Bill Aldrich, Dave Robb, Randy 
Slaughter Paul Johnson, Ozzie Reinoso, Rafioloah Gabai, Charlie Jackson, 
Denton Kimball, Joe Brabander, Larry Lavenberg, MikeTurre, Dave O'Brien. 



Bottom row: J. Barlow, J. Sogg, J. Sax, J. Monk, R. Laufer, M. Oliver. Second 
row; M. Hankins, S. Stewart, S. Sorouchi, G. Skolnick, P. Monget, 
S. Greenstein, B. Tompson, R. Gurkewitz, J. Ruebsamen. Third row; R. 
Levin, S. Walther, K. Friedman C. Cristian, Y. Bai, D. Lee, E. Trow, E. Bass, 

C. Northrup, S. Wolf, D. Claypool, R. Zendel, M. Skully, M. Green. Top row: 

D. Norris, J. Kenny, C. Clinite, J. Ryan, L. Steinberg, B. Gaylord, C. Hackett, 
J. Romer, C. Dickinson, P. Metz, C. Wilson, E. Rush. 




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Pacific House 



Sierra House 



Foreground: Chris Iwata. Bottom row; Mukul Ram, Steve Graham, Jack 
Weisgerber, Pravij Chlttivaranon, Yas Ohba, Roy Amerine, Jose Dobernig, 
Spamonga Aslmgeles, Bob Carson. Dave Valeska, Koichi Nakajima, Samson 



Bottom row: K. Etow, B. Stotts, J. Osseran, R. Rizzo, M. Hurwitz, M. Stull, 
D. Goetschel, H. Grossberg, A. Cyrus, F. Lee, D. Nuttall, S. Mills. Second 
row: C. Millett, D. English, J. Ward, M. Bossen, B. Allison, R. Waddell, L. 
Biegel, K. Smith, D. Sugano, J, Rudoy, P. Mestad, L. Kaplan, J. Olson, M. 
Pangburn, C. McCrimmon, D. Reich. Top row: K. Lauby, G. Guenther, B. 
Goldsmith, S. Kukic, D. Baughman, R. Stivers, D. Haisten, R. Patterson, 
D. Mednick, J. Waldrop, N. Browne, P. Ralls, M. Brantley, M. Gliksohn, B. 
Beck, R. Collins. 

Pun, Tom Wilson,. Second row: Ed Scannell, Ron Lau, Bruce Goodmiller, 
Greg Ogden, Norb Zink, Doug McConnell, Sheldon Levy, John Bloom, Steve 
Kelly, John Louchran, Jon Radtke, Gordon Baxter, Leonn Satterthwait, Don 
Stivers, Mike Terry. Third row: Mike Vera, Alan Bosen, Shris Maack, 
Jonathan Klar, Chuck Shenk. Fourth row: Bud Pate, Dan Graham, Dennis 
Abraham, Don Koblin, Steve Maron, Mark Katzman, Jim Lazar, John Gee, 
Mike Phelan, Bob Karon, Roberto Dobles, Jim Henkel, Chuck Stafford, 
John Livie, Robert Gotten, Greg Roberts, Lew Grossman. 





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John Apper son 
Brian Barstow 
Chris Besemer 
Richard Brubaker, Athletic Director 



Ken Cassidy 

Thomas Corbett, House Advisor 

Steve Covington 

Norman Dow, President 




Joseph FInegold 

John Finalyson, Sunshine Chairman 

Tim Glldden 

Thomas Hall 




Ralph Trieselmann 
Bob Walters 



Sam Hayakawa 

David Hedberg, Cultural Chairman 

Rex Hunter 

Fred Kamansky 



Hedrick Hall: 
Himalaya House 



Les Katow 
Ted Loos, Treasurer 
Duane Lucca 
Bob Manning 



Bill McCafferty 
Ken McClellend 
Nancy Mosier 
John Murphy 



Bill O'Brien 

Bruce O'Hara 

John Reider 

Russ Reinberg, Vice Pres 



Four years ago, a cluster of perverts, 
pimps, drunks, faggots, jocks, and a wet 
nurse joined together to give birth to a 
unique brotherhood of spirit. This 
typical dorm floor called itself The 
Himalaya Beavers, and established, 
poste haste, a tradition of Winning. 
They beat off all challengers in order to 
win three consecutive all-dorm I ntramural 
championships. The Beavers continued 
to put out in an orgasmic effort in order 
to win major trophies in both Spring 
Sing and Mardi Gras. The Beavers have 
expanded themselves in all areas of 
socializing during overnight parties 
at the beach, in the Malibu mountains, 
and on snow trips. During one period 
of their history, The Beavers outbled all 
comersto win theAII-U Blood Brive 
television. To stimulate even greater 
spirit, the Bone Trophy spurs the 
Beavers on to further climactic heights. 



Leonard Riley 

James Rooke, Proctor of Bone 
Marty Schwimmer, Social Chairman 
David Smith 



Thomas Stone 
Doug Stryker 
Steve Suffin 
RexTakahashi 



Some people have tried to defile our 
spotless name. But Himalaya categori- 
cally denies the following feats: stealing 
toilet seats, appropriating shower handles, 
removing cafeteria chairs, misplacing silver- 
ware, apprehending Pink Pussycat Bus 
Benches, lifting cafeteria trays, bestow- 
ing early visits upon other floors, and 
shooting slimy debris at Uni-Cops. We 
especially deplore the accusations that 
we have even been thinking of planning 
a 3 a.m. girls' bed check. No wonder the 
Daily Bruin exclaims, "Himalaya has a 
waiting- list to get on to their floor (sick)." 





Dear Herbie- "We categorically deny...' 



Annual SC party after the Mallbu game. 




Beavers score 2 in the annual Himalaya Invitational 
Basketball Tournament. 



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The Green Wave rolls to its third straight All-Dorm Football Crown. 



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Tara House 



Bottom row: Rita Stollman, Joy Longfellow, Sherry Tamkink, Vicki Lewin, 
Beth Young. Second row: Judy Davis, Kathy Walowitt, Kathleen McCoy,' 
Francis Nevstadter, Andi Eger, Jody Steele, Margo Dillon, Susan Racklin! 
Ellen Davis, Adrienne Shupin, Barbara Philips, Sharon Hamilton. Top row: 
Wendy Maricich, Ellen Shapiro, Rosalee Golub, Bonnie Davidson, Bonnie 
Blomberg, Gloria Huerta, Kathy Hackett, Adele Einsiedler, Elizabeth A 
Bibby. 



Shalimar House 



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Bottom row: D. Johnson, P. Miller, L Huey, K. Cordill, S. Ackerman, 
A. Becker, B. Wilson, L. Burrell, S. Hoban, M. McLaughlin, K. Hirano, P. 



Moromoto, J. Steward, A. Clark. Second row: B. Murata, N. Sumitani, A. 
Alltounian, C. Dabbs, N. Shapiro, L Hicks, K. McMahon, M. Watts, J. 
Gordon, A. Glantz, D. De Pierre, P. Kitagawa, J. Reynolds, D. Agata, 
K. McKeithen, E. Troispoux. Third row: N. Ediun, L. Landgreen, C. Hall, 
R. Schultz, V. Breeland, G. Simons, K. Stephens, J. Campbell, L. Batavia, 
K. Kraus, P. Reinberg, S. Whittemore, S. Gerhardt. Top row: G. Wetzel, T. 
Thompson, D. Glasser, G. Yatabe, L. Gordon, N. Katz, C. Reynard, J. Yancy, 
K. Sherreitt, S. Unangst. 



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Dickinson House 



Bottom row: Ruby Wong, Nancy Fraley, Judy Adier, Connie Obertino, 
Annette Leve, Perm Vakhana, Donnie Boudreau, Lyn Alexander. Second 
row: Bess Derfler, Karen Anderson, Wendy Johnson, Joelle Dobrow, Claudia 
Grinkevich, Cheryl Forbes, Elizabeth Reinhart, ErI Fujita, Althia Brown, 
Lily Lee, Louise Hong, Tamara Wong, Top row: Theoni Trangas, Nancy 
Bartholemew, Ellen Fenger, Marianne Odell, Sue Kerns, Alice Horn, Kathy 
McKay, Linda Gismot, Sksan Longbothan, Mary Lee, Jennie Torn, Lois Lee, 
Karen Sherbahn. 





Eri Fujita 

Claudia Grinkevich 
Kathy Klotz 



Kathy MacKay 
Vicki Payne 
Kay Rustand 



Linda Sanders 
Teri Soeder 
^Mary Woolsey 



Hershey Hall Resident's Association 
Rieber Hail: Brigand House 



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Glencairn House 
Shannon House 



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Bottom row: Eva Jew, Linda Meese, Kathy Lamb, Diana Hissey, Michele 
Kort, Sue Gottesman, Janet Grubel, Denise Mezsey, Jacl<ie Plaut. Second 
row: Peggy Kobayashi, Lola Mendoza, Cheryl! Smith, Lonna Kooyers, Joanne 
Hirsch, Dianne Jew, Lillian Endow, Margaret Scott, Sharon Wilkinson, Audrey 
Well. Third row: Elmore Fowler, Sue Nawa, Anne Jung, Louise Dilley, Paula 
Padilla, Vicky Rogers. 






Sproul Hall: 
Daphne House 

Persephone House 



Bottom row: Gloria McCauley, Paulette Hopkins, Randi Barnhill, Stephanie 
Dailey, Laura Peddrew, Ola Fuller, Helaine Kurtzman, Charlene Duke, Marcu 



Bottom row: Kit Fisher, Lori Miller, Joyce Yuen, Maxine Richman, Susan 
Weiss, Carol Settle, Lil Yoshii. Second row: Kristi Rasmussen, Gail Whatley, 
Sandy Tamasy, JaneKawakami, Chris Pitzer, Diane Scherer, Carol Peterson, 
Suzi Nordlin, Donna Clontz, Patti Godwin, Kathi Sipman. Top row: Alison 
Lee, Michele Worthing, Barbara Blanco, Carolyn Potter, Karen Cole, Kathleen 
Wichmann, Claire Wichmann, Chris Ackema, Karen Later, Janie Connell, 
Nelley Kirmer, Pam Messer. 



Mendelsohn, Mary Thayer. Second row: Lynn Sauser, Janet Martorello, 
Leslye Hein, JoLynn Dickins, Glenda Rodney, Donna Sloan, Louise Manuel, 
Dana Swanson, Sue Somerville. Third row: Jackie Arata, Janis Lister, Diana 
Schaffner, Beryl Steinberg, Jan Weissman, Elizabeth Skipicki, Annette 
Finnley, Anita Wymer, Susan Gimbel, Sandy Vallone, Daiva Simonis, Judy 
Kossy. Top row: Sandi Hart, Barbara Gellman, Carol Threewitt, Barbara 
Breeden, Bonnie Lyons, Nancy Woods, Cathy Jo Sheppard, Carol Nakai, 
Linda Heckman, Pat Howard, Darlene Doriot. 





Sparta House 

Bottom row: Joe Trujillo, Bob Genoa, Doug Hescox, Ron Kimberling, Don 
"Oh Damn!" Stratton, Jeff Jones, Mike "Big Red" Andrew, Gary Risse, 
Regan Steelman, Dennis Smith. Second row: Bob Takasaki, Conrad Cla- 
borne. Bob Chaffee, Mike Murphy, Chris Forehan, Rick Witt, Ed Ramirez. 
Third row: Dan Essin, Kim Wiley, Jim "Barstow Kid" Duarte, Dave 4.0 Chan, Rapp. 

Weyburn Hall: 
Interim Council 



Chris Estrada, Jim Goldman, John Home, Rick Tate, Paul Chang, Bruce 
Barnum, Larry Fischer, Roger Barrett. Fourth row: Bob McClennan, Bill 
Johnson, Mick Softer, Larry Tash, Jim Schafer, Jeff Oderman, Les Thornton, 
Doug "Sunshine" Armstrong, Tom Wurster, Larry Trenam, Brett Gourley, 
Bill "Weanie" Patrick (H.A.). Top row: Mike "O.J." Sanford, Bill Bynagte, 
Bryce Allen, Don Sealy, Scott "Eagle" Robertson, Mike Kachic, The Phantom, 
Walt Brennan, Bruce Weaver, Bill McCann, Jack Nelson, Dave Fuller, Bill 



Foreground: Winstron Martin. Standing: Teryl Murphy, Mary Feeley, Tom 
Norminton, Shirley Mohalez, Merilee Black, Larry O'Connor, Cindy Caldwell, 
Karl Englert, Terri Grant, Art Hayes, Heidi Hoffman, Lance Fergusen. 



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Thirteenth Floor 
Stevens House 



Bottom row: Merilee Black, Karen Winjum, Linda Schulman, Joyce Metcalf, 
Karen Whyte. Second row: Lynnette Daniel, Carol Stewart, Jeanette 
Christensen, Lee Vochko, Suzanne Rustin, Susie Watson, Sharon Anderson. 
Third row: Suzanne Cadorette, Amy Michaels, Tern Markowitz, Pam 
McElhany, Sala Spiegel, Carol Thorsen, Vivian Uwate. Top row: Lanette 
Sandy, Linda Stine, Lam Thomas, Sandy Hanson, Nancy Landberg, Karen 
Miller, Mane Coppock, Mary Ghesquire, Pat Palmer. 




Index of activities and organizations 



Acacia, 416 

Alpha Chi Omega, 370 

Alpha Delta Chi, 372 

Alpha Delta Pi, 374 

Alpha Epsilon Pi, 422 

Alpha Epsilon Phi, 376 

Alpha Gamma Delta, 378 

Alpha Gamma Omega, 418 

Alpha Kappa Psi, 330 

Alpha Omicron Pi, 380 

Alpha Phi, 382 

Alpha Tau Omega, 420 

Alpha Xi Delta, 384 

Anchors, 332 

Angel Flight, 331 

Austen House, 471 

Beta Theta Pi, 424 

Blue Key, 334 

Brigand House, 473 

Bruinettes, 333 

California Club, 340 

Chi Alpha Delta, 339 

Chi Delta Pi, 340 

Chimes, 338 

Chi Omega, 386 

Christian Science Organization, 341 

Conning Tower, 342 

Daphne House, 474 

Delta Delta Delta, 388 

Delta Gamma, 390 

Delta Phi Epsilon, 392 

Delta Sigma Phi, 426 



Delta Tau Delta, 428 
Delta Zeta, 394 
Dickinson House, 471 
Gamma Phi Beta, 396 
Glencairn House, 473 
Harambee, 344 

Hershey Residents' Assn., 472 
Himalaya House, 468 
InterFraternity Council, 414 
Jefferson House, 466 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 398 
Kappa Delta, 400 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 402 
Kelps, 346 

LambdaChi Alpha, 430 
Manhattan House, 466 
Masonic Affiliate Club, 343 
Mortar Board, 348 
Nisei Bruin Club, 349 
Omega Sigma Tau, 352 
Pacific House, 467 
Panhellenic, 368 
Persephone House, 4/5 
Phrateres, 353 



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Delta Theta, 434 
Epsilon Pi, 432 
Gamma Delta, 436 
Kappa Psi, 438 
Kappa Sigma, 440 
Sigma Delta, 442 
Sigma Sigma, 404 



Pi Beta Phi, 406 



Pi Lambda Phi, 433 

Pi Sigma Alpha, 341 

Prytaneans, 354 

Rally Committee, 356 

Sabers, 355 

Shalimar House, 470 

Shannon House, 474 

Shell and Oar, 358 

Sierra House, 467 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 444 

Sigma Alpha Mu,446 

Sigma Chi, 448 

Sigma Delta Tau, 408 

Sigma Kappa, 373 

Sigma Nu, 450 

Sigma Pi, 452 

Sophomore Sweethearts, 360 

Sparta House, 475 

Spurs, 359 

Stevens House, 47 

Tara House, 470 

Tau Delta Phi, 447 

Tau Epsilon Phi, 454 

Theta Chi, 456 

Theta Delta Chi, 458 

Theta Kappa Phi, 352 

Theta Xi, 460 

Triangle, 462 

Weyburn Hall, 476 

Zeta Beta Tau, 464 

Zeta Psi, 461 




Index 



Aoron. Glendo, 361 
Aaronson, Brian. 222 
Aoronson, Edward, 222 
Aaronson, Susan, 222 
Abraham, Dennis, 467 
Abroms, Gayle, 408 
Abrams. Robert, 222 
Achor, Joe, 416 
Achutf, John. 436 
Ackema, Chris, 359 
Ackerman, David, 448 
Adserman, S.. 470 
Acosta. Vincent, 222 
Acton, Anne, 374 
Adocbi, Haruye, 275 
Adams. James, 434 
Adams, James H., 342 
Adams. Carol, 222 
Adamson, Patricia, 262 
Adashek, Anne. 405 
Adelstein, Doreen, 376 
Adkins, Bill, 416 
Adier, Betty, 392 
Adier, Diane, 376 
AdIer, Elaine, 262 
Adier, Franklin, 222 
Adier. Judy, 471 
Adier, Richard, 222 
Adier, Steve, 422 
Adrian, Patricio, 222, 380 
Agajonion, Larry, 436 
Agato, D., 470 
Agazzi, Jim, 31 1 
Agron, Edward, 448 
Aiioko. Phil. 458 
Akohoshi. Potricia. 222, 355 
Akira, Donna, 222 
Alberts, Chris. 332, 338 
Alder, Curtis, 438 
Alderete, Chris, 390 
Alderson, Mary, 400 
Aldrich. Bill. 466 
Alexander, Anthony. 349 
Alexander, Lyn, 471 
Alexander, Patricia, 394 
Alexander, Tony, 314 
Alessini, Poul, 428 
Alessio. Morianne. 400 
Alford. JoAnn. 387 
Alleman, Cathy. 390 
Allen. Beverly, 222 
Allen, Bryce, 475 
Allen, Dove, 454 
Allen, Elaine, 222 
Allen, Jacqueline. 222 
Allen. Randy. 416 
Allen, Robert, 222 
Allen, William, 356, 420 
Allenstein, Julia. 222 
Allison, B.. 467 
Allison, Ronald, 222, 448 
Allsbury, Tom, 448 
Aim, Rosemary, 222 
Almodo, David, 222 
Alpern, Gory, 222, 422 
Alt. Steve. 456 
Altman, Modalyn, 402 
Altman, Mary, 222 
Altman, Naomi, 274 
Altshuler, Mike, 222, 465 
Alltounion. A., 470 
Amano, Matsukichi, 290 



Amerine, Roy, 467 

Ames, Denyse, 336, 387 

Amir, Noga, 408 

An, Chang, 268 

Anderson, Elinor, 222 

Andersen, Karen. 387 

Andersen. Robert, 418 

Anderson, Chorles E. Ill, 344 

Anderson, Dee Dee, 402 

Anderson. Doug. 1 30. 438 

Anderson, Eddie, 301 

Anderson, Frank, 420 

Anderson, Hans, 222 

Anderson, Karen, 359, 471 

Anderson, Laurie, 262 

Anderson, Missy, 359 

Anderson, Pamela, 262 

Anderson, Patricia, 372 

Anderson, Penelope, 222. 373 

Anderson, Peter, 222 

Anderson. Sally. 402 

Anderson, Sharon, 475 

Andrew, Mike, 475 

Andrews, Elizabeth, 222 

Anduri, Dove, 416 

Angus, Alice Anne, 222 

Annes, Sandra, 222 

Annigian. Gregory, 222 

Anson, April, 222, 305. 308, 314, 336, 

340, 348. 354 
Apodaco, Tom, 444 
Appel, Albert, 356 
Apperson. John. 468 
Applebee, Susan. 274 
Arata, Jacqueline, 222, 474 
Arovonis, Theophonis. 356 
Arbit. Beryl. 380 
Archibald. Doug, 458 
Arellones, Arthur. 462 
Ares, Anita, 223, 308, 336, 354 
Armbruster, Mark, 307, 312 
Armelli, Cheryl, 370 
Armen, David, 223 
Armstrong. Doug, 475 
Armstrong, Judy. 387 
Armstrong. Mike. 424 
Arroyo. Luis, 462 
Arlh, Sydnee, 387 
Ashcroh. Fred, 223 
Ashimofo. Thomas. 349 
Aslongeles. Spamonga. 467 
Atkinson. Byron H.. I 14, 304 
Au, Alexander, 223 
Audino. Cindy, 382 
Audino, Joseph. 434 
Augustenborg, Jay, 416 
Auld, Craig, 306, 450 
Auld, Richard, 268 
Austin, Nancy, 382 
Austin, Sam, 465 
Auerback. Steve, 454 
Avery, Eugene, 268 
Avery, Jonis. 406 
Avitabile, John. 416 
Ayer, Bob, 447 
Ayers, Ann, 338, 396 
Ayuyoo, Salvacion. 290 



Bober, Rick, 416 
Babow, Carole, 223 
Bochmon, Tom, 462 



Bagby. Doug, 436 

Bogge, Janice, 380 

Bagger, Jerry. 430 

Boi, Y.. 466 

Bailey, Julian, 434 

Bailey, Nancy, 223, 332. 382 

Bailey, Phil, 462 

Bajemo. Ken. 436 

Baker. Bonnie. 386 

Baker, Cheryl, 332, 373 

Baker, Frederic, 223. 460 

Baker. Janet. 223, 370 

Baker, Jeanne. 336. 362, 388 

Baker, Jerry, 223, 342 

Baker. John, 420 

Baker, Martha, 388 

Baker, Michael, 430 

Baker, Ted, 438 

Bald, Douglas, 460 

Balding, Susan. 378 

Ball, Janice, 406 

Ball, Jerry, 450 

Ball, Steve, 420 

Balla. Alexander. 341 

Bomber, Jim. 444 

Bomgboye. Bolaji. 290 

Bonochowski. Keysia. 402 

Bondiero. Michael, 223 

Bonb, Duke III. 223 

Borauskos. Llytos. 305 

Borbonell. Stephanie. 312.405 

Barker. Bill, 223, 330 

Barker, Robert, 356 

Barlow. J.. 466 

Barnes, Curtis, 330 

Bornetl, Tom, 290 

Barnhill, Randi, 474 

Barrett, Roger. 475 

Barnum, Bruce, 475 

Borrie, John, 310,444 

Barrie, Judith, 336, 398 

Barry. Diane, 223, 309, 369. 390 

Borry. Eileen, 390 

Borsamian. Gale. 31 3 

Barstow. Brion. 468 

Borth, Roy. 334, 450 

Bortholemew, Nancy. 471 

Bartlet), Tom, 447 

Bartlett,Vicki, 361,370 

Bartolme, Wayne. 460 

Barton. Bob. 462 

Barton. Susan. 336. 388 

Boss. Andrea. 223. 340 

Bass, E. 466 

Bassen. M., 467 

Batavia, L., 470 

Batho, Paul, 223 

Batts, Rodney, 268, 466 

Bouch, Cathy, 223, 348. 380 

Bauer, Bob, 448 

Bauqhman, D., 467 

Baughn, Jean, 373 

Baum, Adam. 440 

Baumgardner, Lynn, 390 

Boump, Karen. 274 

Boutisto, Alfred, 223 

Baxter, Gordon, 467 

Boxter, Linda. 223 

Bayer. Ron. 434 

Beach. Dennis, 450 

Beales, Mimi, 388 

Bean. Marc, 448 

Beard, Barbara, 223 

Beosley, Betty, 223 

Beosley, Jill, 223 



BeauBien. Mary. 332. 336. 387 
Bechdolt. Phil. 356. 456 
Beck, B.. 467 
Beck. Daniel. 223. 464 
Beck, Kenneth, 268 
Beck, Teresa, 402 
Becker, Alice, 223, 470 
Becker, Barbara, 378 
Becnel. Lovida, 223 
Beechen, Paul, 465 
Beeler, Kirsten, 223 
Beenken, Barbara. 336. 388 
Beer, Judy, 376 
Beguwola, Moiz, 356 
Behrstock, Sue, 405 
Belbusli, Mary Ann, 378 
Bell, Jackie. 306. 398 
Bell. James, 434 
BelUohn. 356 
Belosic, Roy, 290 
Benedict, Marilynn, 274. 373 
Benes, Vicki, 223, 313 
Benevenuti, David, 448 
Benford, Paulo, 311 
Benford, Paulo. 374 
Benigno. Margaret, 223 
Benjamin, Bruce. 465 
Bennett. Gwen. 400 
Bennett, James, 356, 462 
Bennett, Joyce, 305 
Bennett. Melody, 362, 374 
Bennett, Terry, 223 
Benson. Gary. 465 
Benson. Gordon. 223, 334 
Benson, Gordon, 334. 465 
Benson, Lorry. 450 
Benson. Susan. 388 
Bentley, Korin, 398 
Benulis, Cynthia, 223, 331 
Benz, Christopher, 223 
Berg, Sheila, 402 
Berg, Thomas, 223 
Berger. Jerry, 224 
Bergman, Chuck, 130 
Bergman, Ron, 224 
Bergner, Tom, 307, 416 
Bergstedt. John, 424 
Bergstrom, Ed. 438 
Bergstrom. Lee, 426 
Beringer. Susan, 224 
Berke. Bonnie. 378 
Berkmon, Leslie, 224. 313 
Berkness, Jon, 373 
Berkness, Ruth Anne, 373 
Berkosky, Patricio, 224 
Berkowitz, Zach, 446 
Berkson, Paul, 428 
Berkus, Dean, 323 
Berlie, Koren, 388 
Berman, Colette, 290 
Bermon, Lynn, 405 
Berman, Sharon, 405 
Bermon, Steven. 224 
Berman, Viki, 224 
Bernson, Carol, 376 
Bernstein, Melvin, 341 
Berris, Ken, 262 
Berry, Marie. 224 
Bersinger, John. 448 
Berstein. Gary, 436 
Bertrond, Susan, 378 
Besemer, Chris, 468 
Beskin, Stan, 456 
Bessemer. Cheryl. 473 
Best, Lor, 444 



Belhune, Bob, 456 
Betzler, Marty. 398 
Bibby, Elizobeth A., 470 
Bickenboch, Paul, 444 
Bickerl, Jean, 224 
Biegel, L., 467 
Bienstock, Bernard, 356 
Bierl, Denice, 390 
Biesheuvel, Edie, 374 
Bigelow, Ann, 372 
Biggs, Bob, 436 
Bill. Mary, 224 
Billmeyer, Cathy, 224, 390 
Bills, Paula, 224 
Birkenes, Karen, 323 
Birdmon, Dave, 426 
Birdsoll, Susan, 33 I 
Bischot, Vince, 434 
Bishop. Bill, 424 
Biswell, Rick, 458 
Bitter, Laurie, 331 
Black. BuHy, 331, 390 
Black, Marilee. 475 
Blockelt. Lynn. 274, 402 
Blackwell, Susan. 378 
Blaine, Donna. 224 
Blaine. Jack, 268 
Blair, Constance, 361. 406 
Blakey. Robert. 445 
Blanco, Barbara, 474 
Bland, Christina, 388 
Blonkenship, Douglas, 290 
Blonton, Marv, 462 
Blanlon. Robert, 446 
Blott, Jackie, 376 

Blotl, Robert, 461 

Bloylock. Carol. 359 

Bleeker, Craig, 430 

Bloch, Kathy. 336 

Blodgett, Florence, 224 

Blomberg, Bonnie. 310. 361. 470 

Blonsky. Gloria, 224, 376 

Block. Ron, 446 
Bloodgood, Georgene, 313 

Bloom, John, 422, 467 

Blout, Beverly, 406 

Blumenteld, Mitch, 465 

Bool, Michael, 224, 450 

Bockus, Kim, 390 

Boedecker, Janice, 394 

Bochm, Phyllis, 224 

Boehmer, Sharon, 274, 387 

Boessler, Jerry. 330 

Boettcher. Anne, 224 

Bogomaz, Elizabeth. 338, 370 

Boggero, Anne. 224 

Bohmstedt, Ron. 420 

Boileou, Patricia, 268, 387 

Boldt, Ron. 426 

Bolton. Barbara, 224, 390 

Bomba, Mary, 336 

Bongiorno, Mike, 424 

Boorstein, Doreen, 224 

Booth, Andrea, 333, 390 

Booth. Ellie, 331, 378 

Booz. Cynthia, 224 

Borden, Gail Lynn, 396 

Bordon. Robert. 224 

Borrud. Robert, 356 

Bosely, Linda, 224, 355, 378 

Boshinsky, Robert, 224 

Bossermon, Gordon. 434 

Bossert. Sandy, 382 

Bostwick, Evelyn 268 

Bostwick, Potty, 343 



Bothwell, Sally. 388 

Botz, Anno. 224 

Boudreou. Connie, 471 

Boughn, Deborah, 355, 378 

Boughton, Steve, 444 

Boumbulian, Paul. 305 

Bourg. Alexis, 388 

Bow, Jim. 357 

Bregder, Kothy, 340 

Bowen. Roweno, 274 

Bower, Brooke, 374 

Bowles, Chris, 416 

Bowman, Linda, 408 

Bowman. Marilee, 382 

Boyd. Philip, 108 

Boydstun, Sharon, 224. 336 

Bozlcebich. Mario. 224, 424 

Brabonder, Joe, 466 

Bradley, Bruce, 130, 224, 334, 445 

Brodley, Koy, 387 

Bradley. Lucy, 406 

Brodshaw, Linda, 309, 336 

Broiker. Harriet, 376 

Broinord, William, 434 

Broithwoite, Sue Ann, 336, 398 

Bromson, Bobbe. 262, 354, 408 

Brondmon, Michael, 224 

Bronner. Mark, 422 

Brantley, M., 467 

Bralman, Sheryl, 408 

Braun, Margie, 408 

Bravermon, John. 446 

Breeden. Barbara. 474 

Breeland, V., 470 

Bregder, Katherine, 224 

Breitstein, Steve, 306 

Brending. Cheryl, 224 

Brennon, Walt. 475 

Brenner, Richard, 225 

Breuer, Valerie, 394 

Brewer, Jerry. 440 

Brewer, Mary Jane, 225, 332 

Brewer, Monroe D., 418 

Brewster, Sharon, 382 

Bridges. Ann. 390 

Bridges, Chris, 388 

Bridwell. Kent, 445 

Briggs. Stork. 440 

Bright. David. 442 

Brightman, Howard, 430 

Britt, Karen, 333 

Brittle, Chris, 420 

Brizendine. Bill. 418 

Brizendine. Joan, 225. 372 

Brockmon, Gary. 420 

BrocoH, Lynne, 402 

Brodie. Karen. 405 

Brody, Beverly, 225 

Brody, Stuart. 225, 447 

Broekhof, Willem, 434 

Broffman. Susan, 225 

Brogliatti, Ray. 31 1. 334, 458 

Bronstein, Judith. 225 

Brooks, Ann, 338, 359. 370 

Brooks. Wendy, 333 

Burnett. Borbaro, 332. 338 

Brown. Althio. 471 

Brown. Anita. 370 

Brown. Carolyn. 225, 406 

Brown, Colleen, 120. 225. 336, 406 

Brown, Doug, 452 

Brown. Eloine, 225 

Brown, Gory, 430 

Brown. Jennifer. 225. 382 

Brown. Kay. 275 



Brown, Mario Anne, 355, 386 

Brown. Marsha, 408 

Browne, N., 467 

Brown, Patricio, 332, 370 

Brown. Rondo, 376 

Brown, Steve, 458 

Brown, Woyne, 356 

Browne, N., 467 

Bruboker, Richard, 468 

Bruck, Rich, 420 

Brugger, Ad. 295. 304 

Brungess. Lisa. 398 

Bryont. Don, 466 

Bryont. Timothy. 430 

Bryson. Rozonne. 225 

Buchak, Ruben. 446 

Bucher, Clem, 268, 330 

Buckholter. Cynthia, 225 

Buckley. George, 450 

Buese, Jomes. 434 

BuWington, Laurie, 309, 390 

Butfum, Ronald, 225 

Bukunt, Paul, 225 

Bumotoy, Andrew, 262 

Bumb, Mory, 225, 353 

Bumborger, Chuck, 456 

Burch, Cheryl, 362 

Burdick, Cynthia, 225 

Burgess. Don. 450 

Burgess. Robert. 262 

Burke. Robin. 225 

Burke. Thomas. 428 

Burmeister. Sharon. 225 

Burnett. Barbara, 332, 338, 370 

Burnett, James, 461 

Burnett. Paul, 225 

Burns, Cheryl. 225. 396 

Burr. Charlene, 332. 378 

Burr, Suzanne, 378 

Burrell, L., 470 

Burrin. Susan. 225 

Burroughs, Helen. 225 

Burtoft, Kothleen. 274 

Burton, Karen. 225. 390 

Burton. Mike. 438 

Burton, Pom, 406 

Busch. Jill. 388 

Bushner. Beverly. 353 

Buss, Shirley, 336. 398 

Butler. Darrell, 450 

Butler, Mary, 398 

Butler. Ron. 438 

Butler. Shori. 310. 354. 376 

Butt. Jane, Marie, 394 

Butts, Omerio, 290 

Butzlalf. Je«. 225. 447 

Buzzell. Ken. 456 

Byer, Harriet, 268, 405 

Bynagte, Bill, 475 



Cabin, Richard, 268 
Cadish, Bob, 442 
Cadorette, Suzanne, 475 
Cahn, Steve, 465 
Caldwell. Cindy, 331,475 
Coldwell, Suzan, 338, 396 
Colloghon, Richard, 448 
Comorillo, Al, 440 
Campbell, Bob. 428 
Campbell, J., 470 
Campbell. Joanne. 382 
Compbell. Linda. 406 



Campbell, Potricia, 372 

Comren. Mary. 225 

Canady. John. 108 

Conor elli. Larry, 450 

Connell. Yolando. 225 

Contley, Patricia. 396 

Copaldi, Louis, 225 

Caplon, Jane, 225 

Cord, Sandra. 386 

Cordinelli. Morguerite. 396 

Carlson. Cloire. 308.388 

Carlson. Diana, 394 

Carlson, Richard, 356 

Carlson, Richard L 225 

Corlson, Susan, 386 

Carlton. Steve. 448 

Carmichoel, Mary Ann, 390 

Carnohom, Douglas. 356 

Corpenter. Carol. 225 

Corpenter. Jody. 370 

Corr, Stephanie, 332, 369, 378 

Carr, Tony, 436 

Corrillo. Teryl, 359, 387 

Corroll. Dove. 428 

Carroll. Susie. 336, 370 

Carson, 467 

Carter, Cesco, 225, 348, 390 

Carter, Edward, 108 

Carter. Sandra. 226 

Carter. Steven. 46 I 

Corler, Suson. 338, 396 

Carter, Williom, 448 

Cortier, Paul, 226 

Cortledge, Chris, 226. 342 

Carty.Mike. 440 

Carver. Carol, 226 

Carver, Chris, 452 

Coscade, Phyllis, 355 

Coss, Lizo. 226 

Cosserd, Linda, 392 

Casserly, Brian. 448 

Cossidy, Ken, 468 

Castle, Donald. 356 

Caswell. Tom, 313 

Cotoldo, Don. 420 

Catch ings. Holly. 400 

Cote. Barboro. 331. 400 

Gather. Max, 456 

Cotton. Cindy, 338 

Coyetono. Benjamin. 226 

Celce. Daniel, 226 

Cerny, Paul, 262, 305 

Cervantes, Elizabeth, 226 

Cervenak, Glorio, 311. 374 

Chofee, Bob, 475 

Chomberlain, Joe, 462 

Chambers, Mork. 306. 458 

Chan, Dove, 475 

Chan, Josie. 336, 374 

Chan, Neil. 349 

Chandler. Mrs. Dorothy, 108 

Chang, Paul, 475 

Chonsler. Bob. 356. 456 

Chanter. Sue. 226. 308, 354, 369. 387 

Chao. Harry. 226 

Choo, Ruth, 226 

Chapman, Catherine, 332, 361, 400 

Chopmon, Dianne, 400 

Chose, Elaine M.. 226 

Chose. Glen, 424 

Chose, John, 432 

Chotfield, Stephen, 448 

Chaudoin, Linda, 227 

Chavez, Dan, 416 

Cheng. Ellen, 227 



Cherney, Nancy, 370 
Chernove, Jeff, 450 
Chesebro, Keven, 461 
Chestnutt. Sharon, 390 
Chiory, Dionne, 370 
Chi en, Nancy, 336. 362 
Child. Bonnie, 387 



Clements, Chloe, 400 
Cleveland, Richard, 227, 426 
Clinite, Carol. 398, 466 
Clontz, Donno, 474 
Coady, Sue. 378 
Coblentz, William, 108 
Cocogne, Cheri, 227, 369. 406 



Collom, Ed, 227. 334, 444 
Combs, Rodney, 462 
Compton, Mary, 227 
Conkey, George. 256, 334, 438 
Conley. Carolynn, 386 
Connell, Jone. 227, 474 
Connelly, Patricia, 322. 332 




Chin, Robert, 356 
Chinen, Vernon, 349 
Chipps. Steve. 312, 416 
Chittivoronow, Provj, 467 
Chlad, Cheryl, 396 
Cho, Sung. 262 
Choate, Bruce. 444 
Choote. Dennis, 227, 334, 438 
Chooljian, Nancy, 227. 378 
Christensen, Jeannette, 475 
Christensen, Kay, 387 
Christian. C., 466 
Christians, Kothryn. 370 
Christiansen. Borb, 268 
Christner, Becky, 370 
Christofferson, Dovid, 448 
Christopher, Lonnle, 227, 406 
Chubb. Morris, 428 
Churukian, Alice, 262. 374 
Chute. Becky, 398 
Cifranic, Susan, 332. 359 
Cinque. Julie, 355. 394 
Claborne, Conrod, 475 
Claman, Linda, 408 
Clark. A., 470 
Clark. Charlie. 334, 450 
Clark, Dove, 
Clark, George, 456 
Clork. Nancy. 370 
Clork, Patricia, 227 
Clark, Peter. 227 
Clark, Sheila, 361 
Clark. Susan. 227 
Clark, Terrill. 382 
Claypool. D., 466 
Cleory, Robin, 402 
Clegg, Cyndio, 398 
Clements, Charles. 290. 330 



Cochron, Chris. 452 
Cochran, Vic, 456 
Cockle, Bob. 444 
Coffee. Terry, 430 
Cogen. Horvey. 227, 446 
Cohen, Bruce, 465 
Cohen. Irma. 227 
Cohen, Jacqueline. 227 
Cohen, Larry. 310 
Cohen. Michael. 446 
Cohen. Rafe, 442 
Cohen, Robert, 436 
Cohen, Roberta. 353 
Cohn, Betty, 227 
Cohn, Larry, 442 
Cohodos, Anne, 392 
Colclosure, Kothi, 361, 396 
Cole, Ann, 394 
Cole, Bruce, 227, 420 
Cole, Curtis, 227 
Cole. Gerald, 227, 341 
Cole. Holly. 408 
Cole. Karen, 474 
Cole. Patricio. 227, 336. 398 
Cole, Stanley. 1 30. 268, 440 
Coleman. Janis, 380 
Colemon, Mork, 268 
Col en, Susan, 408 
Coles, Patricio, 227 
Colin, Cornel, 432 
Collen, Louise, 227 
Collette, Larry, 466 
Collins. Richard, 227, 330 
Collins. Rick, 416 
Collins. R., 467 
Collins. Robert, 268 
Collins, Robin. 369, 398 
Collister, Kathy, 387 



Connolly. Karen, 333 

Conover. David, 448 

Conwell, Sue, 314. 336, 388 

Cook, Karen, 262, 343 

Cook, Kathy. 387 

Cook, Nancy. 332. 374 

Cooke. Rita, 274 

Cooper, Andrev/, 290, 313, 330 

Cooper, Linda, 332 

Cooper, Loren, 390 

Copelond, Rick, 416 

Coppersmith. Jon, 405 

Coppock. Marie, 475 

Corbett, Thomas, 468 

Cordill, K., 470 

Core, Noncy, 378 

Coreman, Suson, 227 

Corliss, Jeff, 450 

Corzine, Kent. 440 

Cotter, Jeff, 420 

Cottini, Jule, 388 

Cotten, Robert, 467 

Coughlin, Susan, 227, 396 

Coverdole, Cynthia, 227 

Covington, Gary, 458 

Covington, Steve, 468 

Cowen, Jim, 442 

Cowett, Mary, 374 

Cox, Carolyn, 370 

Cox. Don. 452 

Cox, Mike. 462 

Cox, Roger, 227 

Cox, Sandra, 262 

Coyle, Michael. 46 i 

Coyne, Judy, 227, 308.353 

Cozens, Jeffrey, 356 

Craig, Brian, 444 

Craig, Don, 430 



Craig, Jon, 444 

Cram, Ken, 428 

Crane, Leslie, 227 

Crovey, Borry, 262 

Crovey, Larry, 262 

Crav^ord, Carolyn, 333, 359, 388 

Crawford, Terry. 378 

Creech, Cheryl, 

Creason, Stephen, 227 

Cressey, Pom. 227, 369, 398 

Crinklav^. Jonet, 227 

Critchfield, Rick, 465 

Crood, Sherry. 227 

Cron, Steve, 465 

Cronick, Ed, 446 

Crooks, Raymond, 227 

Crosby, Tim, 444 

Crouch. Charles McCormtck Jr., 227 

Crowder. Scott, 227 

Cuoresmo, Ben, 444 

Culbertson, Roger, 268, 334, 426 

Cullison, Bradford, 434 

Cummings, Lynn. 370 

Cunntnghom. Bill, 424 

Cunningham. Gory, 424 

Cunningham, Jill, 332, 374 

Cunningham. Kathy. 394 

Currie. Phyllis, 227 

Curtis. Joe. 436 

Cutrow, Al. 268. 313. 334, 465 

Cyr, Tim, 462 

Cyrus, Andy. 314. 467 



Dabbs, C. 470 
Daggat. Andrew, 434 
Dailey, Garrett, 458 
Daily, Stephanie, 474 
Dalton, Phil, 456 
Dames, Robert, 434 
Damski. Eva. 227, 341 
Dana, Karlynn, 227, 400 
Daniels, Lynette, 227. 475 
Donto, Randy, 416 
Dash, Karen, 227 
Doshiell, Teresa, 262 
Da Silva, Joyce, 361, 402 
Dottan, Scott, 432 
Dauber, Bonnie, 227 
Dougherty, Margy, 390 
Dougherty, Potti, 374 
Da Vonzo. Frank. 227 
David, George, 290, 330 
Davidson, Bonnie, 470 
Davies, Richard, 430 
Davis, Donna, 227 
Davis, Elizabeth, 227 
Davis, Ellen. 470 
Davis. Jack. 438 
Davis, John, 416 
Dovis, Judy, 470 
Davis, Linda, 361, 406 
Davis, Patrick, 460 
Davis, Richard, 268 
Dovis, Roz, 227,326 
Day, Jim, 416 
Day, Sue, 359, 400 
De Ainzo, Christine, 359, 370 
Deckers, Rich. 436 
Deckers, Timothy, 434 
Deal, Matt. 436 



De Arriela. Cheryl Roe, 274, 343, 400 

De Boere, Rick, 450 

De Benedilli, Alice, 387 

De Bold, Joseph, 343 

Decomp, Dave, 452 

Decker, Kolhy, 355, 378 

Dedeoux, Mary Lin, 227 

Dederion, Sheri, 374 

Deets, Denise, 353, 394 

De Fronco, Barbara, 402 

DeGroff, William, 227 

Deguelle, Jim, 456 

De Jonge, Elizobeth, 227, 402 

DeLocy, Jim, 130,444 

De Legal, Larry, 227 

Del Franco, Charles, 228 

Delouise, Harriet, 357 

Del Rosario, Cynthia, 309 

Delson, Sheilo, 228 

Demoree, Ed, 4 1 8 

Denison, Mike, 46 I 

Denove, Tom, 454 

Denton, Robin, 228, 396 

De Pierre, D., 470 

Dess, Wm.. 228, 334, 420 

De Varona, Donna, 402 

De Uries, Carole, 378 

Dickens, Jo Lynn, 474 

Dickey, Gary, 228 

Dickinson, C, 466 

Di Donato, Luiso, 228 

Diebolt, Doug, 440 

Diehl, Irene, 274 

Dikeman, Clork, 434 

Dikeman, Debbie, 386 

Dilley, Louise, 473 

Dillion, Gail, 396 

Dillon, Margo, 470 

Dillow, Pamela, 228 

Dippel, Alan, 462 

Dische, Carole, 406 

Dishoroon, Rob, 448 

Dixon, David, 356 

Doan, Lorry, 458 

Doberling, Jose, 228 

Dobernig, Jose, 467 

Dobles, Roberto, 467 

Dobrov^, Joelle, 471 

Dodge, Allen, 228 

Dottlemyre, Michael, 228, 313 

Doheny, Dru, 402 

Dolwchi, Corole, 339, 349 

Dolezal, Nancy, 394 

Dolezol, Patricio, 394 

Dolim, Diane 

Doll, Donna, 343 

Domansky, Bohdan, 268, 450 

Donohoe, Pot, 438 

Donesby, Pomelo, 228 

Donner, Laurel, 228, 343 

Donnell, Susan, 394 

Donney, Kenneth, 228, 436 

Doolen, Gloria, 228 

Doran, Margo, 309, 390 

Dore, Katie, 406 

Doriol, Darlene, 474 

Dome, Robert, 436 

Oorney, Anita, 382 

Dorney, Gene, 434 

Dornin, Bob, 424 

Doss, Bob, 268, 334, 450 

Doty, William, 356 



Dougherty, Pomelo, 228 
Douglas, Fred, 314, 422 
Douglass, Dan, 420 
Dov^, Normon, 228, 468 
Dovv'nard, John, 450 
Downing, Don, 444 
Doyle, Dionne, 274 
Drakes, Robert, 228, 342 
Dresher, Ronald, 268, 330 
Dreyer, Steven. 228 
Dreyfus, Peter, 426 
Dreyfuss, Jo Ann, 228 
Drobmon, Jeff, 432 
Drumlewicz, Anno, 312, 355 
Duarte, Jim 475 
Dube, Bruce, 268, 342 
Dubin, Barry, 228 
Dubin, Mali, 262, 313 
Dubrow, Phyllis. 228 
Ducote, Keith, 416 
DuH, Rico Amm, 331,400 
Dugos, Al, 323 
Duggon. Sean, 434 
Duke. Chorlene, 474 
Dulgarian, George, 268 
Dumont, Stephanie, 228 
Dunbrock, Janice, 400 
Duncon. Anne. 228. 378 
Duncan. Geoffrey. 444 
Dunn. Dona. 406 
Durfler. Bess, 471 
Dunn. Mary. 228 
Dunnington. Janice. 228 
Duque. Madeline, 228 
Durond, Susan, 228 
Durbin. Steven, 268 
Dutcfier, Nancy, 386 
Dufton, Frederick, 108 
Duval, Eve, 34! 
Duvordo, Janet, 386 
Duyon, Scott, 450 
Dwyer, Mike, 447 
Dye, Robert, 228, 461 
Dyer, Dexter, 228 
Dyer, Roy, 228, 342 
Dymond, Rosemary, 400 



Eadie, Jonet, 388 
Eastv^ood, Maureen, 359, 370 
Eaton, Margaret, 332 
Eaves, Linda, 378 
Ebert, Chorlene, 262 
Eckensley, Darrell, 340 
Edberg, Susan Joanne, 386 

Ede, Richard, 228 

Edelstone, Doniel, 229 

EdickRick, 461 

Ediun, N., 470 

Edmonds, Cynthia, 229 

Edmonds, Rod, 436 

Edwords, Tom G- II., 268 

Edwards, Thomas, 229, 334, 450 

Edwards, Tom, 420 

Eger, Andi, 470 

Egger, Harry, 415, 434 

Eggteston, Dove, 307 

Egly. Louise, 361, 402 

Ehrlich, Bob, 311 

Einsiedler, Adele, 470 



Einstein, Suson, 262 
Eisenberg, Linda, 405 
Eisenmon, Steve, 460 
Ekerling, Dorothy, 392 
Eldridge, Frank, 444 
Elfers, Thomas, 268, 456 
eikind, Annette, 229 
Ellermeyer. Eller. 440 
Ellerlson. Martha. 331. 362 
Elley. Michael. 229.430 
Elley. Patti. 396 
Filing, Eugene. 460 
Elliott. Eloine, 398 
Ellis, Michoel. 229 
Ellis. Susan. 229, 343 
Ellis, Susan, 343 
Elser, Jock, 268, 330 
Emmonovilides, Demetrius, 290 
Emmett, Bob, 424 
Endow, Lillian, 473 

Eng, Louie, 426 

Engel, Gary, 416 

Engel, Melonie, Dee, 333 

Engesser, Morgaret, 272, 386 

Engle, Michael, 229 

Englert, Dolly, 359, 373 

Engl ert, Karl, 436, 475 

English, D., 467 

Epps, Janet, 386 

Epstein, Alton, 268. 330 

Epstein. Jeff. 420 

Erbeck, Gory, 460 

Erdynost, Al, 290, 340 

Eric, Dean, 446 

Eriich, Harvey, 229 

Erwood, Kathy, 370 

Esquivel, Roymundo, 229 

Essen, Sondra, 309, 361,370 

Essin, Don, 475 

Estrada, Chris, 475 

Etting, Gory, 229 

Etow, K., 467 

Evongelista, Marilyn, 229 

Evans, James E., 229 

Evans, Kristine, 229 

Evans, Lowrence, 229, 426 

Evans, Robert, 430 

Evans, Sandra, 229, 406 

Evans, Stacy, 314,336, 402 

Ewold, Holly, 229, 386 

Ewing, Blaine, 458 

Ezor, Gary, 465 



f 



Fabiano, Rosmarie, 229 
Fagan. Joseph Thomas, 430 
Fohey, Mary Ann, 336 
Fojgin, Douglas, 229 
Fairbonk, John 434 
Fallon, William, 434 
Farbskin. Tz.py, 229 
Farley, Andrea, 229, 336, 386 
Farley, Jim, 31 1 
Farmer, Dave, 418 
Farmer, Lynda, 229, 396 
Farrell, Nancy, 229 
Farrell, Rodger, 416 
Farrington, Martha, 331 
Fauman. Richard, 446 
Fawell, Susan, 229 
Fay, Mike, 440 



Fearman. Eleanor, 406 

Fecho, Claudia, 390 

Feeley, Mary, 475 

Feigenbaum, Howard, 229 

Feinberg, John, 229 

Feld, Jim, 307 

Feldman, Barbara, 268 

Feller, Robert. 229 

Felz, Jeff, 436 

Fenger, Ellen, 471 

Ferguson, Cord, 372 

Ferguson, David, 428 

Fergusen, Lance, 475 

Ferguson, Sara, 229 

Ferkel, Carolyn, 343 

Ferrero, Chuck, 424 

Ferris, Steve, 424 

Ferry, Steve, 428 

Fesler, Sharon, 262. 402 

Fessendenwalker, Susan Louise, 341 

Feuerlicht, Gail, 353 

Feybush, Chris, 456 

Field, Russa, 406 

Fields, Jerri, 229, 405 

Fields, Kathy, 406 

Fields. Robert, 290 

Fields, Susan, 331 




Filice, Alan, 290 
Finck, Connie, 361, 406 
Finch, Robert, 108 
Finder, Rori, 405 
Findloy, Janis, 336, 374 
Finegold, Joseph, 468 
Fink, Jerrold E., 229, 341 
Finkelman, Sandy, 374 
Finkelstein, Rick, 465 
Finlayson, John, 468 
Finley, Kirk, 434 
Finley, Martha, 370 
Finnley, Annette, 474 
Fischel, Dennis, 268 
Fischer, Claude, 229 
Fischer, Herman, 229 
Fischer, John, 230. 424 
Fischer, Larry, 424 
Fischer, Lucie, 230 
Fischer, Susan, 378 
Fish, Janet, 406 



Fisher, Alan A., 230, 290 

Fisher, Glenn, 230 

Fisher, Kit, 474 

Fisher, Lorry. 475 

Fisher, Mark, 466 

Fisher, Susan, 386 

Fitzgerald, Jerry, 230, 420 

Fitzmorris, Pat. 333. 382 

Fix. Julie, 370 

Fixler, Philip. 448 

Flack, James, 452 

Flommong, Janet, 398 

Fleener, Coney, 388 

Fieischman, Rochelle, 230 

Fleishman, Joon, 408 

Fleming, Anne, 306, 406 

Fletcher, Steve, 130, 444 

Fletcher, Tom, 462 

Flint, Koarina. 230 

Flo. Betty, 361,382 

Flod, Natalie, 230 

Flood. J. David, 230 

Flores, Lew, 447 

FJores. Phil, 436 

Flournoy. Scott. 356 

Floyd. Nubra. 262 

Flynn, Drena, 274 

Foelsch, Richard, 262 

Follette, Dave, 130 

Fond, Barbra, 408 

Fonfara, Dave, 334, 444 

Fonfora, Phil, 444 

Fong, Robert, 460 

Foote. Lloyd, 306, 430 

Forbes. Cheryl, 471 

Forbes, John, 424 

Forbes, William, 108 

Ford, Borry. 268 

Forehom, Chris, 475 

Foreman, Betty, 230, 388 

Forkner, Helen, 373 

Forman, Jim, 458 

Formon, Marc, 275 

Forness, Steven, 290 

Forrest, Ernestine, 362 

Forth, Mary, 230 

Fortmueller, Beth. 336, 386 

Foster, Koy, 230. 390 

Fovrfler, Elinore, 473 

Fox, Gory, 462 

Fox, Gavin, 448 

Fox. Jan, 309. 390 

Fox, Joel, 454 

Fox, Larry, 458 

Fox. Robert, 356 

Fox, Roger, 330 

Fox, Sharon, 230 

Foxmon, Richard, 466 

Frady, Bill. 416 

Froider. Rosalyn, 376 

Froley, Nancy, 471 

Francis, Carole, 370 

Francis. Julie, 388 

Frank, Bill, 444 

Frank, Rich, 452 

Frankel, Sherry, 408 

Franklin. Barbara. 230, 373 

Franklin, Greg, 420 

Franks, Zoch, 300 

Fraser, Carol, 361, 390 

Frasz, Corol, 230 

Fraugel, Marsha, 369, 374 

Fredrickson, Jack, 426 

Fredricksson. Cloudia, 230, 382 

Freedlond, Roberto, 392 



Freeman. Alma, 230 
Freeman, Felice, 333, 408 
Freemen, Ken, 465 
Freeman, Nancy, 386 
Freeman, Richard, 230 
Freitas, Steve, 436 
Fremoling, Anne, 230, 390 
Freschi, Bill. 330 
Frettum, Christine, 378 
Frey, Louise, 274 
Fricke, Corl, 230. 424 
Frieden, CIlH, 422 
Friedland, Alex, 460 
Fried land, Susan, 230 
Friedman, Andrew/. 230, 341 
Friedman, Bob, 305 
Friedman, Ester, 307, 333 
Friedman, K., 466 
Friedman, Linda, 376 



Fuller, Dove, 475 
Fuller, Marilyn. 230. 336, 386 
Fuller, Ola, 474 
Fullerton, Maureen, 396 
Fulton, Ginger, 338, 396 
Funakoshi. Koy, 339, 349 
Furbush, Helen, 262 
Furey, Janice, 331, 378 
Furumuro, Kathleen. 363 
Furumoto, Takeshi, 268 
Fybel, Rich, 230. 454 



g 



Gabai, Rofiolioh, 466 
Gage, Curtis, 230 
Goines, Steven, 269, 334, 465 
Galen, Paul, 436 



Garside, Gayle, 231, 331, 354, 400 

Garson, Lee, 448 

Gorton, Bonnie, 373 

Garvin, Laurel, 405 

Gaudin, Janet. 359, 388 

Gaus, Jerry, 307 

Gavaldon, Edv^ard, 231 

Gaviati, Ronald, 262 

Gaviola, Sandi, 408 

Gaylord, B. 466 

Gebb. John, 450 

Gebhord, John, 231 

Gedgoudas, Kestutis, 231 

Gee, Carolyn, 339, 349 

Gee, John, 467 

Gee, Mary, 231 

Gellman, 474 

Gellman Emily, 394 

Genoa, Bob, 475 




Friedman, Robert, 230 
Friedman, Sue, 376 
Friedman, Terry, 307 
Friss, Alice, 376 
Frost, Kothy, 336, 390 
Fryberger. John, 430 
Frydman, Benny, 341 
Fu, Sandra, 230 
Fuentes, Alfred, 230 
Fujihiro. Nancy, 349, 363 
Fujikuni, Janice, 339, 349 
Fujimoto, Kathleen, 230 
Fujito, Eri. 471,472 
Fujiu, Bob, 349, 352 
Fujiyama, Gary, 432 
Fukui, Cothy, 339. 349 



Gallagher, Jim, 420 
Gallegos, Nadine, 230 
Ganajo, Louis, 356 
Gondaro, Don, 424 
Gcndin, Richard, 430 
Gandin, Robert, 465 
Gans, Jerry, 422 
Gorogliono, John, 428 
Garb, Susan, 362 
Gorber. Carol, 405 
Garber, Leonard, 230 
Gardner, Sylvia, 372 
Garol, Jim, 450 
Garon, Rober, 356 
Garrisi, John, 418 
Garrison, Dennis, 446 



Genovese, Joe, 462 
Gentry, Grover, 416 
George, Jonie, 378 
George, Jo Dean, 262, 378 
Geortzen, Dee Ana. 372 
Gerhardt, S. 470 
Gerhort, Julie, 274 
Gering, Michael, 231 
Gero, Refer, 231 
Gertsen. Marie, 231, 372 
Gertsen, Marie, 372 
Getzloff, Jock, 428 
Ghesquiere, Mary, 353, 475 
Ghesquire, Mary, 475 
Gianetto, Robert, 231 
Gibson, Gay, 396 



Gibson, Robert Jr., 253 

Giguere, Dave, 420 

Gilbert, Carol, 306, 398 

Gilbert, Douglas, 343 

Gilcrest, Sue, 387 

Gilder, John, 356 

Giles, BeHe, 400 

Gillette, Muriel, 274, 394 

Gilliland, Thomas, 462 

Gillman, Emily, 355 

Gilstrap, Luana, 231 

Gimbel, Suson, 231 

Gimbel. Susan, 474 

Ginsburg, Diana, 231 

Ginsburg, Larry, 465 

Ginsburg, Paul, 269, 330 

Gismot, Linda, 471 

Gladden, Carol, 380 

Gladman, Dennis, 356, 450 

Glantz, Amy, 333, 470 

Glass, Laurie, 376 

Glasser. D.. 470 

Glassman, Howard, 422 

Glassman, Jeff, 446 

Giassman, Linda, 374 

Glauser, Sandy, 120, 231, 308, 309, 

322, 336. 354, 390 
Glenn, Carolyn, 231 
Glickfeld. Bruce, 442 
Glicksman, Herb, 442 
Glidden, Lim, 468 
Gliksohn, M., 467 
Glucksman, Dick, 442 
Glucksman, Marc, 290 
Goble, Kathleen, 274, 355, 378 
Godbey, Dexter, 436 
Godfrey, Ann, 262 
Godward, Gary, 444 
Godwin, Michael, 269 
Godwin, Patti, 474 
Goerke, Sue, 406 
Goertzen, Dee Ana, 231 
Goetschel, D., 467 
GoH, Harriet, 231 
Goff, Kevin, 424 
Goins, Samuel, 460 
Gold, Barry, 231 
Gold, Bruce, 231 
Gold, Cynthia, 231 
Gold, Ellen, 353 
Gold, Susan, 231 
Gold, Tom, 231, 334,418 
Goldbock. Pete, 420 
Goldberg, Aimee, 231 
Goldberg, Neil, 231 
Golden, Barbara, 262 
Golden, Jo Anne, 376 
Goldenberg, Linda, 308, 309. 311, 338, 

362, 408 
Goldfarb, Susan, 231 
Goldmen, Borboro, 231 
Goldmon, Dole, 231,376 
Goldman, Jim, 475 
Goldman, Stephen, 231 
Goldman, Susan, 300 
Goldsmith, B., 467 
Goldsmith, Hank, 465 
Goldsmith, William, 391 
Goldstein, Gerald, 432 
Goldstein, Gloria, 231 
Goldstein, Jerald C, 231, 460 
Golub, Judy, 336 
Golub, Rosolee, 470 
Golum, Judy, 336, 376 
Gompf, Meg, 400 



Gonick, Timothy, 269, 342 
Gonzalez, Fernando, 231 
Gonzalez, Jose, 356 
Good, Bob. 356. 438 
Goodman, Beverly, 231 
Goodman, Ellen, 392 
Goodman, Jane, 386 
Goodman, Jill. 231.376 
Goodman. Jim, 442 
Goodman, Jo Ann, 353 
Goodman. Mark, 422 
Goodmiller, Bruce, 467 
Gora, Mary, 36 1 , 405 
Gordon, J., 470 
Gordon, L., 470 
Gordon, Patricio, 353 
Gordon, Sam, 232. 432 
Gordon, Sharon, 398 
Gordon, Stan, 232. 334, 465 
Gordon. Susan, 311, 408 
Gorelick, Seymour. 232 
Gorfain, Louise, 331 
Gormly, Fay, 232. 340. 348, 354 
Gothold, Christine, 274 
Gottesfeld, Joel, 446 
Gottesmon, Don. 305 
Gottesmon, Sue, 473 
Gottlieb. Kim, 262 
Gottlieb, Phil, 432 
Gottsegan. Mike, 442 
Gough. Barboro, 262 
Gould, Alison, 408 
Gould. Susan, 232 
Gourley, Brett, 475 
Goya. Sharon, 232, 363 
Grabhorn, Doug, 462 
Grace, Donna, 232 
Grady, Victor, 262 

Graf, Cathy. 370 
Graff, Karen, 405 
Graham. Dan, 467 
Graham. Steve. 467 
Grois, Maggie, 408 
Grandi, Tim, 232, 424 
Grant, Allon. 108 
Grant, Don. 232, 461 
Grant, Perry, 448 
Grant, Susan, 309, 402 
Grant, Terri, 475 

Gront. Tom, 436 

Grassia, John, 232 

Gray, Beverly, 232, 348 

Gray, Fred, 440 

Gray, Gory, 438 

Gray, Mike, 436 

Green, Alon, 432 

Green, M., 466 

Green, Ron, 422 

Green, Sandra, 232, 387 

Green, Ted, 465 

Greenberg, Jill, 376 

Greene, Michele, 232 

Greenfield, Bernie, 446 

Greenfield, Florence, 392 

Greenholgh, Bob, 450 

Greenlee. Patricia, 232 

Greenstadt, Alan, 269 

Greenstein, Linda, 408 

Greenstein, S., 466 

Grefe, Raid, 269 

Gregory, Greg, 31 3 

Gregory, Randy, 440 

Grey, Mimi, 408 

Griffin, Jerry, 290 

Griffith, Judy, 402 



Griffiths, Kothy, 359, 396 

Grinkevich, Claudia, 471, 472 

Griswald, Steve, 428 

Groat, Geoff, 444 

Grobecker. Pom, 332. 396 

Grobel, Larry, 326, 340 

Grock, Mira, 232 

Groner, Roberta, 392 

Gronfein, Jerry, 442 

Gross, Irv, 232. 442 

Gross, Richard, 299. 334, 340 

Grossberg, Egon, 290 

Grossberg. H., 467 

Grossman, Leslie, 232 

Grossman, Lew, 467 

Groszkruger, Dan, 448 

Grubel, Janet, 473 

Grubbs, Melinda, 232 

Grundvig, Sandra, 400 

Gruner, Sandee, 232, 370 

Guenther, G., 467 

Gunther, Horry, 334 

Gunther, Harry, 232, 312. 314, 334 

Gunter, Patti, 359. 362 

Gurkewitz, R., 466 

Gurnee, Andree, 402 

Gurnee, Dona, 357 

Gusinow, Leslie, 376 

Gusinow, Margaret, 232 

Guss, Gary H., 232 

Gutierrez, Sylvia. 354, 369, 382 

Gutierrez, Violeta, 232 

Guzin, Lawrence 232, 334, 465 

Gwinn, Judy, 382 

Gryde, Stan, 418 

Grzesik. Kathy, 370 



Hachiya, Fumiko, 232 
Hackett, C. 466 
Hackett, Kothy, 470 
Hocsi. Anthony, 262 
Haehn, Olivia, 232 
Hogie, Edmon, 450 
Hogemonn, Karl, 232 
Hagood. Linda, 387 
Hohn, Christel, 232 
Hailperin, Cathy, 408 
Hoisten, David, 460, 467 
Holberg. Frank. 323 
Holbreich, Emily, 263 
Haldeman. H.R. 
Halfon, Alan. 442 
Holl, C, 470 
Hall, Edwin, 232 
Holl, Ruthonna, 232 
Hall. Thomas, 468 
Holliday, Karen, 232 
Halloran, Mory, 406 
Holperini, Bonnie, 408 
Holpert, Suzanne, 232, 355 
Holprin, Note, 465 
Homaguchi. Tony, 356 
Homono, Merilynne. 349, 363 
Homosoko. Judy, 363 
Hamel, Dennis, 416 
Hamilton, Sharon. 233, 470 
Hamlin, Sally, 406 
Hammond. Terry, 333, 382 
Hammons, Dove, 313 
Hancfee, Bill, 454 
Honkins, M.. 466 
Honking, Rock, 269 



Honno, Rosemory. 396 

Hanna, Thomas, 233 

Honnum. Paul C. 304 

Hanousek, Barbara, 370 

Honover, Conrad. 263 

Honsen. Guy. 424 

Hanson, Al, 452 

Honson, Sandy, 475 

Honway. Nancy. 233 

Harono, Woodrow. 269 

Harbaugh, Jon, 359, 396 

Harbottie, Leslie, 233, 340. 348, 354 

Harder, Don, 450 

Hardmon, Richard, 356 

Harer, Robert, 233 

Horju, Rey, 428 

Harlan, Jerry, 426 

Harmon, Gloria, 233 

Harmon, Stephen, 233 

Harrer, Linda, 369 

Harris. Laurie, 233. 308, 309, 313, 

336, 354 
Harris, Lisa, 405 
Harris. Marilyn, 338, 388 
Horris, Minoh, 376 
Horris, Thelma 233 
Harris. Tim, 438 
Harris, Vance, 436 

Harris, Vicktoria, 308, 310, 361, 382 
Harrison, Alice, 405 
Harrison, James, 356 
Harrison, Kent, 462 
Harry, Hester, 233 
Horsell, Sue, 406 
Hart, Charles. 290 
Hart, Richard, 233 
Hart. Sondi, 474 
Harter, Stephens, 340 
Hortkemeier, Len, 323 
Hartman, Kelly, 458 
Hartshorn, Dave, 450 
Harvey, Brendo, 353 
Haskell, Diane, 233 
Haskins, Jackie. 233 
Hassler. Jack, 434 
Hostings. Paul. 452 
Hateley, Mike. 334, 458 
Hollch, Jo Ann, 396 
Hough. Terry, 41 8 
Hauser, Phil, 269, 330 
Housen, Steve, 310, 430 
Housman, Judy, 408 
Hawkins, Beverly, 233 
Hawkins, John, 233 
Hawkms, Sharon, 390 
Hayakowa, Som, 468 
Hayashi. Foith. 233 
Haycox, Hillary, 390 
Hayes, Ann Marie, 274 
Hoyes, Art, 475 
Hoyes, Carolyn, 396 
Hoyos. Rick, 438 
Haynes. Doug, 465 
Haynie, Virgino, 380 
Hays, John, 356 
Hays, Noncy, 386 
Haywood, Suzonne, 388 
Heocock, Ron, 462 
Heorst, Mrs. Randolph, 108 
Heath, Froy, 444 
Hebden, Marsha, 396 
Heckmon, Lindo, 474 
Hedberg, David. 468 
Hedley, Eileen, 233 
Hedlund. Noncy, 336, 388 



Hedman. Linda, 390 

Hedridc. Janet. 398 

Hedrick. Judith, 263, 348, 396 

Heene, Diane, 386 

Hefferon, Mary Ann, 233 

Heifetz. Larry, 233, 442 

Heifitz, Jay. 305 

Heimann, Susanne, 392 

Hein. Leslye, 233, 474 

Heintz, Kenneth, 233, 330 

Held. Cindy, 307. 402 

Held, Pam, 233, 402 

Heller, Ann, 405 

Heller, Mrs. Edward, 108 

Heller, Jack. 233 

Heller, Nancy, 323 

Heller, Steve, 442 

Helm, John. 342 

Henderson, Connie, 333, 406 

Hendrix, Linda, 233. 348. 354, 382 

Henkel, Jim, 467 

Hennig, Thomas, 233 

Henning, Thomas, 460 

Henry, Chris, 382 

Henry, Derrick, 466 

Hensel, Bruce, 465 

Herbst, Chef, 418 

Herman, Venita, 311, 355, 373 

Hernandez, Ruben, 462 

Herndon, Hallie, 373 

Herre, Robert, 296 

Herring, Bruce, 438 

Herrmonn, Valerie, 392 

Hershenson, Brenda, 263 

Hescox, Doug, 475 

Hess, Michael, 343 

Hess, Tinko. 402 

Hevrdejs. Jill, 331 

Hewlett, Laura, 233 

Hickey, Robyn, 31 1, 336. 390 

Hicks, Janet, 388 

Hicks, L.. 470 

Heitbrink. Jim, 257, 306, 334, 450 

Higoshi, Lorry, 349, 352 

Higgins, Donna, 369, 396 

Higgs, Dewitt, 108 

Hilbermon, Joe, 314 

Hildreth, Linda, 387 

Hiley, Pout. 458 

Hillemonn, Walter, 233 

Himelstein, Don, 426 

Hindy, Robert. 233, 334, 420 

Hinkle, Anne, 394 

Hiramotsu, Kathy, 349, 363 

Hirano, Karen, 233, 470 

Hiroshima, Barbara, 349, 363 

Hirsch, Joanne, 473 

Hissey, Diana, 473 

Hitchcock. Corliss, 382 

Hix, Alexis, 406 

Hiyoshida, Howard, 349, 352 

Hielt, Stephen, 233 

Hoban. S., 470 

Hobbs, Kathy, 233,313,387 

Hobden, Constance, 233 

Hobson, James W,, I 12 

Hockmon, Besslyn, 376 

Hoffman, Andrew, 234 

Hoffman. Heidi, 475 

Hoffmon, Kathy, 408 

Hoffman, Mark, 326 

Hoffman, Paul, 462 

Hoffman, Ron, 234 

Hoffman, Ross, 444 

Holderness, Ann 398 



Hoefner. Joseph, 462 

Hogue, Jean, 234 

Hogue, Marty, 340 

Hogue, Morris, 234 

Hoi. Nancy, 234 

Holland, Laurie, 376 

Holland, Wayne, 444 

Holmes, Curtis, 234 

Holmes, Nathan. 234 

Holmes. Solly, 398 

Holt, Roger, 234. 341,442 

Holtzmon. Alison, 392 

Horn, Betty, 353 

Hondo, Ann, 349 

Honeychurch, Denis, 234, 444 

Hong, Louise, 471 

Hong, Steven, 234 

Hongola, Nancy, 390 

Honig, Barbara, 353 

Honigberg, Gail, 234 

Honnell, Karen, 333 

Honnold, Moryonne, 398 

Hook, Carol, 234, 343 

Hooper, Charles, 460 

Hooper, Martha, 398 

Hoops, Al, 450 

Hoover, Jim, 436 

Hopkins, Paulette, 474 

Hopper, Mary Jane, 313, 398 

Horn, Alice, 471 

Horn, Ricky, 234 

Home, John, 475 

Hornish, Carol, 370 

Hornung, Lottie, 405 

Horrocks, John, 234 

Horstman. Bill. 234 

Horstmon, Bill, 434 

Hoting, Camillia, 234 

Hovsepion, Paul, 466 

Howard, John. 462 

Howord, Judy, 331 

Howard, Judy, 234. 405 

Howard, Neol, 422 

Howard, Pat; 474 

Howord, Roger, 304 

Howe, Mike, 426 

Howe, Robert. 440 

Howell, Scott, 420 

Howorth, Richard, 434 

Hoy, Susan, 388 

Hoyt, Mark, 418 

Hrochovy. Dave. 424 

Hsieh, Non-Chang, 290 

Hubbard, Linda, 359, 396 

Hubler, Stanley, 234 

Hudson, Dennis, 448 

Hudson, Elaine, 234 

Hudson, Ronald, 234 

Huerta, Gloria, 470 

Huey, L, 470 

Hughes, Colleen, 234, 369, 378 

Hughes, Margaret, 234 

Hughes, Susan, 394 

Hummer, Martha. 402 

Humphrey, Doug, 418 

Humphrey. John. 357 

Humphreys, Ann, 382 

Hunter, Bob, 458 

Hunter, Kay. 396 

Hunter. Rex, 468 

Hurley. Shielo, 406 

Hurst, Donna, 234 

Hurwitz. M., 467 

Husain. Akhtar, 290 

Hussey, Stretch, 323 



Hutchings, Ho 

Hutchlns, Holly, 21 1. 213. 332. 378 

Hutsinpiller, Coryn, 332, 362 

Hutton, Andrea, 263 

Hutt, Edward. 234, 440 

Hybiske, Jim, 314,334,456 

• 

I 

Ichimuro. Richard, 234 
Ickes. Elaine, 396 
iijimo. Nomy, 349, 363 
lizucka, Richard, 349, 352 
Ikeguchi, Vickee, 363 
Ikemoto, June, 339, 349 
Ikkondo. Virginia, 340 
Inana, Marsha, 349, 363 
Ingber, Janet, 234 
Ingles, Martha, 269, 382 
Ingram. David, 454 
Ingram, John. 234, 424 
Inouye. Ronald, 349, 352 
Irish, Carol, 394 
Irvine, Jonis, 234, 354. 398 
Iseli, Susan, 386 
Isgur, Diane, 263 
Isgur, Barbara, 263 
Ishikowo. Peggy, 398 
Isley, Chris, 460 
Isley, Ty, 460 
Itagoki, Kingoro, 290 
Ito, Koren, 363 
Iverson, Aoron, 31 4 
Ivie, Ardie, 344 
Iwoshita, Cheryl, 234, 339 
Iwashito, Ivy, 339. 349 
Iwosiuk, Michoela, 340 
Iwata, Chris, 357, 467 
Iwata, Dorie, 349, 363 
Iwatoki, Sondi, 363 
Izu, Jimmy, 448 
Izumo, Joanne. 339, 349 
Izzo. Mary, 336 



Jcblonski. Kenneth, 430 

Jackson, Amelia, 263 

Jackson, Charlie, 466 

Jackson, Joan, 398 

Jackson. Karen, 234, 332, 378 

Jackson, Martin, 234 

Jacobs, Kathi, 390 

Jacobsen, Eloyne, 235, 322, 390 

Jacobson, Bob, 454 

Jocobson, Christina, 398 

Jacobson, Ellen. 235. 392 

Jacobson, Jeff, 447 

Jacobson, Merle, 263 

Jacobson, Steve. 301, 420 

Jallo, Mike, 235, 416 

James, Terry, 235 

Jansen, Edward, 257 

Jonsen, Gilbert, 430 

Jarrick, Alan, 446 

Josinsky, Michael, 430 

Jaye, Michael, 235 

Jovor, Ron, 31 3 

Jaye, Mike. 426 

Jenkin, Phil, 349 

Jenkins, John, 235, 334. 448 

Jenkins, Kristin, 396 

Jenkins, Toby. 392 



Jenks, Sue, 386 
Jens, Jeff, 465 
Jensen, George, 343 
Jensen, Gilbert, 269 
Jensen. John, 416 
Jerome, Kathleen, 235, 382 
Jesse, Jocquelyn, 359 
Jesse, Sue, 359 
Jessen, Annelle, 372 
Jesswin, Joyce, 400 
Jew, Dionne, 473 
Jew, Eva, 339, 349, 473 
Jew. Pris, 396 
Joe, Bobby, 235 
Joe, Jeannie, 349 
Johns, Carolyn, 309, 402 
Johns, Edward B., 304 
Johnson, Lee, 257, 430 
Johnson, Bill, 475 
Johnson, D., 470 
Johnson, Cheryl, 235 
Johnson, Guy, 456 
Johnson, Jimmie, 235 
Johnson, Kay, 274 
Johnson, Linda, 373 
Johnson, Paul, 462, 466 
Johnson, Randy, 308 
Johnson, Roger. 257. 450 
Johnson, Sandra, 235 
Johnson, Scott, 448 
Johnson, Sharon, 374 
Johnson, Wendy, 471 
Johnson, Yvonne, 235, 332 
Jolly, Pam, 235 
Jones, Donald, 235 
Jones, Gary, 458 
Jones, Jeff, 475 
Jones, Robert, 235 
Jorgensen, Frances, 235 
Joseph, Irwin, 454 
Joyce, Eric, 420 
Jubelier, Jill, 376 
Judge, Dole, 235 
Jue, Dionne, 339, 349 
Juline, Eric, 420 
Jung, Anne. 333, 405, 473 
Jung, Don, 269 
Jung, William, 466 
Jurist, Steven. 235 
Jurlond, Miriam, 340 



Kobo, Gaston, 235 
Kochic, Mike, 475 
Kodish, Ron, 306 
Kahn, Mark. 465 
Kohn, Mike, 442 
Koi, Setsumi, 235 
Kaiser, Corolyn, 359, 373 
Koizuko, Tom, 350, 352 
Kako, Linda, 390 
Kolipp, Nancy, 359 
Koloudis, Peter, 235, 342 
Kalstrom, Karen, 355, 378 
Koltenborn, Wolly, 450 
Komone, Robert, 357 
Komansky, Fred. 468 
Komagowa, Michael, 357 
Kamjns. Barbara. 235 
Kominsky. Arnold. 422 
Kamiya, Janice, 350, 363 
Komoto, Kim, 339, 350 
Komoto, Patti. 339, 350 




Kane. Jack, 257 

Kanegae, Thomas, 235 

Kaneko, Kyoko, 290 

Kang, Hye-Jo, 290 

Konne, Greg, 428 

Kanno, Amy, 235 

Kaplan, Korin, 405 

Kaplan, Kathy, 405 

Kaplan, Linda, 353 

Kaplan, L., 467 

Kaplan, Steve, 460 

Kaplan, Terri, 405 

Kaplan, Terri, 392 

Koplon, Terry, 235 

Karas, Regina, 235 

Karchmer, Felice, 235 

Karlin, Maureen, 235 

Karnos, Jean-Pierre, 235 

Karon, Bob, 467 

Karon, Steve, 465 

Korp, Tom, 235 

Kartiola, Top, 462 

Korton, David, 235. 313, 391 , 442 

Kartsmon, Sue, 408 

Kosababian, Patricio, 235, 373 

Kasetf, Gary, 465 

Kosem, Ata, 236 

Kashiki, Jo Ann. 336, 338. 398 

Kaspar, Terry. 430 

Kass, Marilyn, 236 

Katov/, Les, 468 

Kattus, Mary Jo, 406 

Katz, Andrew, 447 

Kotz, N. 470 

Kotzmon, Mark, 236, 467 

Koufman, Jon, 405 



Kaufman, Jerry, 236, 454 
Kouffman, Jim, 130 
Kaufman, Poul, 447 
Kaufman, Ronald, 236 
Kaupp, Nancy, 382 
Kowobato, Julio, 363 
Kov/ohara, Sheri, 313 
Kawohota, Joyce, 350 
Kowokomi, Jane, 236, 474 
Kowato, Steve, 350, 352 
Koye, Ted. 450 
Keane, Kathy, 310,405 
Keen, James, 236 
Keener, Karl, 236 
Keith, Chris, 402 
Keith, Thomos, 460 
Keller, Ginger, 406 
Keller, Richard, 462 
Keller. Virginia, 236 
Kelley, Karen, 263. 388 
Kellner, Renee, 236 
Kelley, Kristen, 398 
Kelly, Linda, 369, 373 
Kelly, Steve, 467 
Kelly, Tim. 444 
Kellner, Joyce. 340 
Kelsey. Dove, 236, 342, 458 
Kempton, Melonie, 408 
Kendrick, John, 424 
Kennomer, Glendo, 236, 372 
Kennomer, Linda, 372 
Kennedy, Laurence Jr., I 08 
Kennedy, Robert, 236 
Kenny, J., 466 
KenoH. Joy, 340 
Kent. Cindy, 361, 376 



Kent, Roderick, 236 

Kerns, Sue, 471 

Kertes, Joseph. 2*^6 

Ketelsen, Gary, 448 

Keys, Karen, 369, 398 

Khani, Janet, 236 

Kiefer, Nancy, 343 

Killen, Bill, 426 

Kimuro, Diono, 263 

Kimball. Betsy, 406 

Kimball. Denton, 466 

Kimberling, Ron, 475 

Kimble, Rosemary, 236, 332, 380 

Kincoid, Julie, 236, 311, 336, 388 

King, Bruce, 458 

King. Kathy. 236, 400 

King. Kerry, 236 

King, Pamela, 236 

King. Woyne, 436 

Kinsey, Doug. 304 

Kinsman, Sarah, 370 

Kippur, Steve, 236, 442 

Kirkeby, David, 461 

Kirmer. Nelly, 474 

Kirsch, Bethomy, 236 

Kirvan, Linda, 236 

Kitogowa. Pat. 350, 470 

Kitching, Linda, 380 

Klone, Susy, 392 

Klotzker, Linda, 392 

Klar, Jonothon, 467 

Klausen, Steve, 236, 440 

Klebon, Barbara, 236 

Klein, Carol, 333 

Klein, Leslie, 269 

Klein, Linda, 353 



Klein, Moxine, 343, 373 

Klein, Phil, 440 

Klienkauf, Bert, 310, 448 

Kleinkauf, Kathy, 336, 382 

Kliewer, Lee, 236 

Kline, Linda, 333 

Kline, Ruth, 405 

Klingensmith, Ellen, 396 

Kloman, Lorry, 236, 454 

Klotz. Kothy, 472 

Knaul, Carole, 402 

Knee, Howord, 442 

Kneisel. Billie, 23o 

Kniesel, Robert, 236 

Knight, Bonnie, 390 

Knotts, Luon, 263 

Kobayoshi, Peggy, 339, 350, 473 

Koblin. Don, 467 

Kodama.Sachi.339. 350 

Koehler, Mary, 236 

Koehler, Mary E., 236 

Koelsch, Virginia, 390 

Koerper, Jean, 237, 370 

Kohn, AuntMickie, 408 

Kohn, Edward. 237 

Kohn. Larry. 31 1 

Kojima, Horud. 237 

Kok, Jim, 440 

Kokubun, Potty, 339, 350 

Kolb, Steve, 306 

Kolesnik. Rod, 456 

Kolom, Elana, 36 1 

Koltouteck. Fran, 387 

Koosed, Laurayne, 237 

Koosed. Robin, 333, 408 

Kooyers, Lonno, 473 



Korkos. Andrea, 336 
Korn. David, 263 

Korr, Zelda, 237 
Kort. Michele, 473 
Kosoko, Mosako, 237 
Koski, Michoel, 263 
Kosslyn, Lainie. 310. 405 
Kossy. Judy, 474 
Kotzin. Ellen. 237,348 
Kayanagi, Faye, 237 
Kramer, Barbara, 237 
Kramer, Bruce, 237, 34) 
Kramer, Jeffrey. 269 
Kromer. Linda, 405 
Kromer, Robin, 392 
Kranske, Pete, 436 
Kraus, K.. 470 
Krebs, Sky. 436 
Kreger, Elizabeth, 237 
Krepack, Howard, 334, 465 
Krevitz, Shoron, 310. 338, 408 
Krivit. Steve, 442 
Kronberg. Jeon, 308, 362. 376 
Kronick. Sandy. 442 
Kronick. Vicki. 374 
Krotz, Lora, 
Krosch, Wyla, 237 
Krotz, Lora, 336, 370 
Krug, Lorry. 450 
Krug. Larry. 269, 450 
Krumes, Kurt, 462 
Krupsaw, Paul, 237, 341 
Kruse, Marilyn, 380 
Kuby, Linda, 405 
Kuenzly, Suzanne, 269 
Kuhl.Kothryn, 370 
Kuhn, Steve, 422 
Kukic, Steven. 467 
Kuckuchi, Tom, 428 
Kulla, Norm, 341 
Kump. Vicky, 390 
Kuo. Percy, 237 
Kupcho, Ralph. 237 
Kurilich, Frances. 237 
Kurimoto, Sydney, 237 
Kurland. Stuort, 237 
Kurtzmon, Helaine, 474 
Kurashita, Mary Ann, 350. 363 
Kurz, Jean. 237, 373 
Kurzius, Steve, 465 
Kushins. Ed, 269. 334, 450 
Kusmider, Lauren, 237 
Kvoos, Robert. 237 
Kwan, Christina 
Kwon, Christina, 263 
Kyser, J. Steve, 460 



Lo Boschin. Nancy, 237, 376 
Locol, Rudy, 442 
Locoste, Cathy, 353 
Lacy, Pamela, 387 
La Hue, Donno, 374 
Laird, Nancy, 237 
Lamb, Kothy. 473 
Lambert, Thomas, 269 
Lambkin, Linda, 237 
Lambson, Wade, 428 
Landberg, Nancy, 237, 475 
Landgreen, Leslie, 382, 470 
Landis, John, 447 
Landres, Renoto, 305 
Londrum, Cathy, 336, 387 
Langenfeld, Chris, 332 
Langpap, John 430 



Lanzer, William, 237 

Lapotauskos, Aldrono, 237 

Lorkey, Deborah, 237 

Lorkin, Christine, 355, 386 

Larkin, Robert, 434t 

Larkins. Lainie, 314, 336, 398 

Lo Rue, Sondy. 398 

Loskir, Martin, 269 

Later, Karen, 474 

Latimer, John, 452 

La Taurette, 382 

Lou, Ann, 237 

Lou, Ron, 467 

Louby, K., 467 

Laufer, R., 466 

Lauterbach, Diano, 405 

Lavenberg, Lorry, 466 

Lowtor, Joel, 237 

Law/rence, Joan, 237 

Lowson, Donold, 460 

Lowson, Rick, 418 

Lav4on. Dennis, 465 

Lav»fton, Eric, 448 

Lax, Regina, 333 

Lozar, Jim, 467 

Lazarus. Darell. 290 

Lazarus, Donna, 406 

Leobow. Roxaine, 237 

Lear. Cyndi, 238, 313, 400 

Leavitt, Jean, 238 

Le Blanc, Ingrid, 238 

Le Bovic, Joe, 465 

Lebov/. Jeff, 314 

Leek, Diane, 336, 398 

Ledford, Leah, 390 

Lee, Alison, 474 

Lee, Anthony, 238 

Lee, Boon Hick, 341 

Lee, D., 466 

Lee, F., 467 

Lee, Frank. 434 

Lee, Gory, 462 

Lee, Judy, 405 

Lee, Lily, 471 

Lee, Linda, 376 

Lee, Lois, 471 

Lee, Mary, 471 

Lee, Michael, 238 

Lee, Ronold, 460 

Lee, Sao-ju, 290 

Lee, Suson, 263 

Leeds, Leoson, 424 

Leftgoff. Shelley,338. 354, 376 

Le Gros, John, 428 

Lehr, Margie, 238, 343, 380 

Lehtman, Sharon, 376 

Leib, Bornette, 238 

Leichman, Glenn, 301, 310, 465 

Leishman, Sue, 370 

Lemon, Morcio, 390 

Lenderking, Hollis, 430 

Leng, Chris, 462 

Lengnick, Cyndy, 398 

Leon, Linda, 357 

Leonard, Joy, 406 

Leonetti, Carol, 382 

Lerner, Arnold, 269, 450 

Lesner, Sandy, 353 

Lessner, Morgo, 408 

Leung, Simon, 238 

Le Vontine, Michael, 357 

Leve, Annette, 471 

Levenbrown, Butch, 466 

Levenson, Edith, 238 

Leventhol, Shiela. 380 



Levey, Karen, 376 

Levin, Donno. 408 

Levin, Evanne, 307,311,408 

Levin, Norman, 238, 320 

Levin, R., 466 

Levine, Barbara, 392 

Levine, Bob, 340 

Levine, Harvey, 454 

Levine, Leonard, 238, 465 

Levine, Patti, 374 

Levinson, Marc, 465 

Levitt, Sharon, 392 

Levitzky, Barbara, 333 

Levy, Sheldon, 467 

Levy, Steve, 446 

Lew, Cynthia. 336, 350, 363 

Lew, Joyce, 378 

Lew, Stephen, 290 

Lewandowski, Al, 438 

Lewin, Vicki, 406, 470 

Lewinter, Jeff, 465 

Lewis, Andy, 334, 464 

Lewis, Dionne, 238, 386 

Lewis, James, 448 

Lewis, Sharon, 238 

Lewis, Sharon, 238 

Lewis, Vicki, 370 

Liang, Ranty, 238 

Liberman, Luis, 238, 330, 466 

Libuse, Creig, 263 

Libuser, Lawrence, 238 

Lieberman, Deno, 332 

Liebermon, Mark, 238 

Liekkio, Pete, 436 

Light, Bonnie. 238 

Light, John. 450 

Lightwine, Victoria, 238 

Lilly, Stuart, 466 

Lim, Michael, 238 

Lim, Paulino Morquez, 290 

Linberg, Kristin, 396 

Lind, Robert, 444 

Linden, Audrey, 263 

Linder, Melonie, 355, 386 

Lindley, Roger, 461 

Ling, Morcio, 402 

Linsk, Corolyn, 408 

Lipori, James, 462 

Lipson, Kiki,238 

Lipton. Martin, 238. 341 

Liptz, Carol, 361 

Lister, Jonis, 474 

Litow. Jody, 376 

Litschke, Louise, 402 

Littet, Colleen. 400 

Litten, Rock, 313 

Littenberg, Croig, 460 

Little, Lee Ann, 388 

Litvok, Morlene, 361, 376 

Livie, John, 467 

Lloyd, Lawrence, 238 

Lobherr, Satly, 382 

Locke, Melvin, 269 

Lockwood, Jeff. 458 

Loftus, Kevin, 444 

Logon, Fay, 238 

Logon, Richard, 269, 334, 450 

Lomkin, Judy. 408 

Lones, Debby, 333, 387 

Long, Vicki, 333 

Longbothon, Suson, 471 

Longfellow, Joy, 470 

Longpre, Koren, 238 

Loofbourow, Janet, 274 

Loomos, Deon, 238 



Looney, Pot, 340 

Loos, Ted. 238, 468 

Lopez, Mary Ellen, 332, 380 

Lord, Nancy, 238 

Lorenz, Dorlene, 386 

Losey. Nancy, 370 

Louchran, John. 467 

Lougheed, Linford, 238 

Louks, John, 238 

Lovollo, William, 238, 313 

Love, Richard, 239 

Love, Rick, 458 

Loveless, Alan, 239 

Lovinger, Lonnie, 239 

Lovgren, Richard, 269 

Lowe, Emily, 372 

Lowe, Lily, 372 

Lubin, Sheilo. 239 

Lucca, Duane, 239, 342, 468 

Lucon. John 334, 420 

Luedeking, Janet, 387 

Lueschen. Nancy, 239 




Lui, Elson, 239 
Lum, Treis, 275 
Lum, Treis R., 350 
Lumsden, Guy, 239 
Lundy, Al. 430 
Lundy, Dorien. 239 
Lupac, Linda. 398 
Luppi. Michael. 239, 341 
Lusk, Linda, 382 
Lutz, Joan, 290 
Lyman, Rick, 239, 438 
Lynch, DanieL 239 
Lynn, Dick, 334. 448 
Lynn, Mitch, 432 
Lyon, Vicki, 239, 355, 386 
Lyons, Bonnie, 474 
Lyons, Larry, 239, 432 
Lytle, Bob, 239, 426 



m 



AAaack, Chris, 467 
Maas, Jerri, 430 
Mobry, Lynda. 239 
Macotee, Louise, 402 
MacDuff. Patricia, 239 
MacDuff, Pat. 398 
Macias, Kathy, 361 
Mack, Karen, 376 
MacKay, Karen, 376 
MocKoy. Kathy, 354, 472 
MacKay, Morie, 333 
MacMillan, Norma, 239 
MacNeill, Susan, 402 
Moder. Kathy. 382 
Maga, Jayne, 398 
Magasin, Rich, 464 
Mogda, Marni. 336, 390 




Magee, Jo Ann. 332 

Magee, Pam. 239, 336, 387 

Magenheim, Marlene, 392 

Maggio, Richard, 442 

Magnet, Lisa. 353 

Magruder, William, 434 

Maguire. Marie, 340 

Mahler, Kathenne, 239 

Mahlow, Paul, 239, 461 

Maienschein, Joseph. 239. 448 

Moinhurst, Martha, 274 

Maisner, Andy, 436 

Majors, Lenoro, 239 

Malchow, Lynda, 239 

Malcomson. Phyliss, 400 

Mallet, Froncine. 239 

Malone, Bob. 466 

Maloof. Gerrie, 380 

Molry, Cassandra, 336 

Malter, Mark, 442 

Manako, Horry, 350 

Mandel, Barbara, 239 

Mandel, Robert, 341 

Mongus, Sharon Sue, 239 

Manheim, Tern, 331, 343, 400 

Monheimer, Barbara, 369, 392 

Manheimer, Ellen, 408 

Manis, Judy, 263 

Mann, Allan, 239, 326, 422 
Mann, Charles, 239 

Mann, Sheila, 369, 408 
Mann, Stacy, 336, 408 
Manning, Bob, 468 
Manolakas, Dale, 398 

Monov, Karen, 239 
Monske, Susan, 398 
Manuel, Louise. 474 
Marcus, Bob, 442 
Marcus, Kathleen. 239 

Marcus, Paul. 341 
Maricich, Wendy, 470 

Marm, Valerie, 380 
Mormelli, Harry, 239 
Morissael, Carole, 240, 354 
Morkenson, Shoron, 405 
Morkowitz, Terri, 475 

Marks, Rich, 306, 314, 464 
Marlowe, Valerie, 310, 370 
Moron, Steve, 467 
Marsholecr, William. 461 
Marshall. Fronk, 240, 334, 420 
Marston, Ellen, 240, 369, 390 
Morter, Don. 444 
Martin, Bob, 334. 444 
Martin, Gory, 334, 374, 456 
Martin, Laura, 333, 370 
Martin, Lemora, 406 
Martm, Mary Jone, 338, 359, 388 
Martin, Maureen. 240 
Martm, Robert, 240 
Mortm, Ted, 440 
Marlm, Wmston, 475 
Martinez, Bob, 458 
Martinez, John, 240, 458 
Martinez, Ted, 357 
Mortorello, Janet, 474 
Maruyama, Judy, 339, 350 
Mason, John, 240, 313. 341 
Mason, Richard, 448 
Moss, Terry, 41 4, 41 5 
Massaglia, Pamela, 240 
Massow, Kotherine, 246 
Mosterson, Kathie, 310, 336, 387 
Mosukowa, Leona, 240 
Matalon, Renee, 240 
Mateo, Virginia, 372 
Mothewson, Ted, 444 
Mathey, Denise, 361, 396 



Mathis, Thod, 448 
Matsumoto, Terry, 350 
Matsushita, Karen, 263 
Matsushita. Matt. 350, 352 
Matteson, Becky, 402 
Matthews, Barry, 240 
Matthews. Carol, 398 
Matthews. Cathy, 402 
Matthews, Jeanme, 398 
Matthews, Wendy. 343 
Matthias. Michael, 438 
Matz, Paul, 422 
Motzo, Evolynn, 240 
Maveety, Hillary, 359, 362. 396 
Maxwell, Lynn, 394 
May, April. 408 
May, Carol, 240 
May, Dean, 357, 462 
May, Lorry, 326, 341. 422 
Moyfield. Poul. 424 
Mays, William, 240 
Mazzerino, Paula, 331 
McAuliffe. Tim, 422 
McAvoy, Laura, 355. 378 
McCafferty, Bill, 468 
McCallister, Marilyn. 274 
McCallister, Myra, 240 
McCallister, Myrna, 370 
McCann. Bill, 475 
McCarter, Corthol, 357 
McCarty. Constonce, 248 
McCauley, Gloria, 474 
McClaine, Jerry, 240 
McCleary, Robyn, 309 
McClellond, Arden, 269, 434 
McClellend, Ken. 468 
McClennan, Bob, 475 
McClung, Bonnie, 374 
McClure, Charles, 1 14 
McComb, Geri, 263 
McCombs, Mike, 420 
McConnell, Doug, 467 
McConnell, Terri, 380 
McConnell, Thomas, 424 
McCormick, Borboro, 372 
McCourl, James, 290 
McCoy, Kathleen, 470 
McCrimmon, C, 467 
McCullough, Helen, 332. 361, 370 
McDermaid, Suzy, 336. 388 
McDevitt, Randy. 450 
McDonald, Richard. 291 
McDonald, Tracy, 402 
McDowell, John, 240, 444 
McElhany. Gae. 102. 336, 402 
McElhany. Pom, 475 
McEnteer, William, 240 
McEwen, Dave. 240, 458 
McForlond, Mory, 240, 386 
McGoffigon. Mane. 398 
McGann, Don, 430 
McGough, Marsha, 314. 340, 388 
McGinnis, Cathy, 240 
McGoly, Mary, 378 
McGovern, Mike, 452 
McGuire, John, 456 
McGuire, Kay, 240 
McHugh, John, 240, 391 
McHugh, Peter. 269, 330 
Mclntyre. Donna, 386 
McKay, Kathy. 471 
McKay. Toni, 400 
McKee, Kathi, 274, 372 
McKeithen, K., 470 
McKesson, Lesley, 240 
McKinney, Molly, 402 
McKinney, Noncy, 269 
McKnight, Bonnie. 240. 387 



rAcLore>., . w,,vy. .'40. 359, 387 
McLoughlin, M., 470 
McLennan, f Jancy, 396 
/vicLinn. Rob, 420 
McMahon. K.. 470 
;v\cMahon, lim, 450 
McMillan. Janel. 386 
McMullin, Bob. 240.418 
McNeal. Dennis. 458 
McNevin, Iheodore. 460 
McNilt, Evy. 362, 388 
McPherson. Bonnie, 240 
McReynolds, Tom. 418 
McSweeney, Cothie, 240. 340. 398 
McWoid. Kalhy, 240, 359. 400 
McWethy, Sue, 402 
Meods. Leonard, 342 
Medina, Auguslin Jr., 241. 34) 
MedoH. Debby. 333 
Meese. Linda, 473 
Meier, Jane, 331, 388 
Meiklejohn, Patrick, 263 
Meilich, Abrohom, 357 
Meisenheimer, Judy, 361 
Meisenheimer. Lee, 31 1 
Melendez, Romeo, 241 
Meller, Eric, 454 



Metz. Richard, 432 

Meyer. Barbora, 241 

Meyer. Theodore, 108 

Mezsey, Denise, 473 

Michoels, Amy, 4/5 

Michaels, Bonnie, 390 

Michel, Joan, 405 

Michel, Koren, 408 

Michelson, Gajus, 257. 458 

Michino, Moriyosu, 241 

Micic. Vera, 263, 308, 309, 338. 340 

354 
Middleman. Drew. 436 
Miele. Cecilia, 241 
Miguel. Fe, 291 
Miles, Nancy, 386 
Milicov. Joyce, 241, 405 
f.MWer, Carmen, 382 
Miller, Chuck, 312, 454 
Miller, Clork, 269 
Miller. David. 241, 436 
Miller, Diane. 390 
Miller, Doug, 424 
Miller, Eileen, 263. 376 
Miller, Gay, 376 
Miller, Keren, 241,475 
Miller, Lance, 436 




Meller, Sol. 454 
Melnick, Lolly, 361,376 
Melnick, Rosalind, 241 
Mendelsohn, Leslie, 241 
Mendelsohn, Morcu, 474 
Mendnick, D., 467 
Mendozo, Lola, 473 
Menn, Roberro, 24 1 
Mersils, Lynn, 241 
Messer, Pom, 474 
Meslua, P., 467 
Metomedi, Shohlo. 241 
Metcalf. Bob, 438 
MetcoK, Joyce. 4/5 
Metz, P., 466 



Miller, Linda Lee, 402 

Miller, Lori, 474 

Miller, Marjorie, 353 

Miller, Mary Grace, 378 

Miller, Merwyn, 454 

Miller. Norm, 446 

Miller. P., 470 

Miller, Pomelo. 24 1 

Miller, Rollie, 241, 461 

Miller. Shirley, 241 

Miller, Susan, 241 

Miller, Tom, 269. 330 

Millel, 46/ 

Millet, Dick. 440 

Millman. Judy. 310,311, 338. 408 



Mills, Debbie. 378 
Mills, S.. 467 
Milrod, Sonio. 408 
Mindel. Stan, 323 
Mindling, Gayle, 241, 396 
Miner, Lindo, 263 
Mines, Paul, 464 
Mingue, Patricio, 370 
Minney, Cynthia. 241 
Minsky, Chuck, 442 
Mintz, Marshall, 241, 341 
Mio. Priscillo, 350, 363 
Miranda. Oscar, 432 
Mirmon, Leslie, 386 
MisQwo, Nancy, 241 
Misify, David, 241 
Mitchell, Emily, 241. 402 
Mitchell, Janice, 380 
Mitchell. Linda, 378 
Mitchell, Marianne, 333, 398 
Mitchell, Sandra, 241. 376 
Mitchell, Shirley, 241 
Mitchell, Stevi, 406 
Mitchem, Cheryl, 332, 373 
Mittlemon, Leah, 309 
Miyaji, Roger, 241 
Miyamoto, Beverly, 350, 363 
Miyamoto, June, 241 
Miyamoto, Robert, 241 
Mizuno, Barb, 363 
Mizuno, Barbara, 350, 363 
Mleziva, Linda, 31 1, 389 
Moaconin, Mike, 447 
Mochizuki, Carol, 402 
Mock, Susan, 241 
Mock, Vicki, 241 
Moholez, Shirley. 475 
Mohn, Einar. 108 
Mohr, Joan, 396 
Mohrmon. Mary, 241 
Mok. Peorl. 263 
Moler. Robert. 444 
Monahon, Alison, 241 
Monget, P., 466 

Monitz, Eriko, 242 
Monk, Annie. 361, 362, 408 
Monk, J., 466 
Monsanto, Corol, 369 

Montijo, Edith. 263 

Montrello, John, 130 

Moody, Michael, 430 

Moomaw, Jane, 242, 336, 388 

Moon, Ronald, 242 

Mooney, Pot, 242, 3/4 

Moonier, Dennis, 130 

Moore. Ed., 313, 418 

Moore, Jonothon. 418 

Moore, Nancy. 388 

Moore. Robert. 452 

Moore. Susan, 370 

Moron, Mike, 448 

Moron, Patrick, 242 

Moron, William, 430 

Mordecoi, Dean. 323 

Moreheod, Antoinette, 242 

Morehouse, Judy, 3/8 

^.Aoreno, Rolph, 436 

Morese, Rich, 310,430 

Morgon, Ger, ie, 343 

Morgan. Pot, 426 

Morgens, Sadie, 242 

Morihoro, Byron, 242 

Morihara, Jane, 339, 350 

Moromoto, P., 470 

Moroney, Cheryl, 242, 340 



Morris, liorry, 296 

Morris. Patricia. 242 

Morris, John, 426 

Morris, Lynn. 369, 380 

Morris. lyke, 438 

Morrison, Morgoret. 242, 387 

Morrison, Randy, 333. 408 

Morrison, Richard, 242 

Morrow, Michael, 242. 334. 450 

Morse, Bunni, 402 

Morton, Susan, 370 

Morion, Susan, 402 

Mosover, Elenor. 361 

Mosher, Jim, 456 

Mosher, Maureen, 336, 338, 382 

Mosier, Nancy, 468 

Moskovitz, Harold, 422 

Mosley, Charles, 357 

Moss, Marilee, 398 

Moss, Robert, 242, 334, 422 

Moss, Susan, 405 

Mossberg, Carl, 242 

Mote, Stan, 418 

Motef, Judy, 340 

Moulton, Carol, 398 

Mouton, Marjorie, 242 

A^^ourodion, 444 

Mouzokis, Virginia, 274 

Movius, Bob, 460 

Movius, Michele, 331. 359, 370 

Mowrey, Potti, 398 

Mozur, Nancy, 310. 362, 405 

Mudd, Mary, 382 

Mullord, Jeffrey, 242 

Mulford, Patty, 359, 398 

Mulvey, Potsy, 338, 359 

Munger, Bob, 41 5 

Munk. judith, 242 

Munoz, Ross, 301 

Munson. Les, 257. 310, 334. 426 

Murakami, Diane, 242, 350, 363 

Murato, B., 4/0 

Murato, Keiko, 350 

Murdock, Nancy, 242 

Murphy, Dennis, 25/, 334, 440 

Murphy, Jean, 380 

Murphy, John, 468 

Murphy, Mike, 475 

Murphy, !ery I, 4/5 

Murphy, Vicki, 406 

Murroy, Chris, 386 

Murroy. Cindy. 359, 388 

Murray, Jim, 3 1 3 

Murroy, lom, 444 

Mustod, Ariane, 336, 388 

Myere, Cherri, 387 

AAyerly, Lucie, 242 

/^yers, Jane, 308 

Myers, Cherri, 359 

Mynard. Carol, 263, 400 



n 

Nodler, Cothy, 408 
Nagano, Ben, 350, 352 
Nagel, Joe, 462 
Nojarion, Richard, 460 
Nokoi, Carol, 474 
Nokaji, Nancy, 350,359,361 
Nakajima, Karen, 339, 350 
Nakojimo, Koichi, 467 
Nakomura, Janet, 336 
Nokomura, Roy, 357 
Nokatani, Ray, 350, 352 



Nakayama, Glenn, 350 
Nakayamo. Janice, 350, 363 
Nometh, Phil, 454 
Naphlal, Wayne, 422 
Nopier, Nodine, 406 
Nash, Bruce, 430 
Nosh, Larry, 242 
Nastronero, Mary, 362, 400 
Nathan, LincJa, 405 
Nathonson, Philip, 242 
Nattrass, Evie, 374 
Nawa, Sue, 473 
Naylon, Patrick, 434 
Needle, Steve, 422 
Neely, Scott, 428 
Neely, William G., 242 
Negri, Chorles, 466 
Neill, Lou, 263 

Neilson, Doug, 304, 334, 458 
Nellis, Bryan, 242 
Nellis, Michel, 242 
Nelson, Betty, 242 
Nelson, Cathy, 36 1 
Nelson, Cheryl, 336, 390 
Nelson, David, 242, 342, 458 
Nelson, David, 257 
Nelson, Jack, 475 
Nelson, Jackie, 388 
Nelson, Janet, 242 
Nelson, Joseph, 242 
Nelson, Kalhy, 402 
Nelson, Norm, 430 
Nelson, Peggy, 402 
Nelson, Stephen, 269 
Nelson, Susan, 388 
Nelson, Wendy, 373 
Nestings, Pete, 440 
Netler, Linda, 242, 348 
Nelllelon, Jim, 438 
Neusladt, Julie, 408 
Neustadter, Francis, 470 
Nev^berger, Carol, 376 
Newkirk, Nadenia, 380 
Newkirk, William, 444 
Newman, Laura, 242, 353 
Newman, Robert, 430 
Newton, Cothy, 390 
Newton, Frank, 461 
Nichols, Al, 257,452 
Nichols, Anne, 406 

Nichols, George, 424 
Nichols, Sue, 331, 400 

Nickel, Bonnie, 343, 400 

Nickerson, Everett, 291 

Nickerson, Gregory, 434 

Nickle, Neil, 291 

Nicoletti, Mike, 426 

Niederman, Mike, 269, 450 

Nielsen, Linda, 388 

Nielsen, Mark, 357, 420 

Nielson, Kathy, 396 

Nimmo, Alice, 243 

Nisenbaum, Marilyn, 405 

Nishi, Hiro, 350, 352 

Nishimura, Theo, 263 

Nishinaga, Joyce, 339, 350 

Nishizu, Julie, 339 

Nissen, Donna, 243 

Noble, Judy, 274 

Nolen, Nancy, 387 

Norby, Claudia. 3/2 

Nord, JncI, 454 

N"ordlin, Suzi, 474 

Nordquist, Deanna, 305 

Norman, Donald Alan, 243 

Norminton, Tom, 475 



Norris, D., 466 
Northrup, C, 466 
Noskin, Jill, 376 
Noskin, Marsha, 243, 311, 376 
Novick, Natalie, 243 
Nowaki, Evelyn, 363 
Nowels, Paulo, 310 
Nowell, Terry, 382 
Nozaki, Joan, 350, 363 
Nozero, Victoria, 243 
Nunn, Greg, 448 
Nussbaum, Richard, 243 
Nutlall, O,, 467 



Oakley, Karen, 331 
Oberg, Mollis, 263 
Oberman, Marvin Dean, 460 
Obertino, Constance, 243, 471 
Obloth, Jetf, 306 
Oblinger, Susan, 306, 370 
O'Rrian- Dave, 466 
O'Brien, Bill, 468 
O'Brien, Mike, 426 
Ochi, Toshio, 291 
O'Connor, Geraldine, 243 
O'Connor, Larry, 475 
O'Connor, Pat, 426 
Odell, Marianne, 471 
Odell, Mike, 448 
Oderman, Jeff, 444, 475 
Oeser, Ed, 456 
Ofledol, Terry, 430 
Ogden, Greg, 243, 418, 467 
Ohanesion, Gail, 400 
O'Haro, Bruce, 468 
Ohashi, Alan, 350 
Ohbo, Yos, 467 
Ohisson, Jerri, 374 
Ohren, Lynn, 333 
Oka, Peggy, 350, 363 
Okobe, Martin, 350, 352 
Okamoto, Beverly, 350, 363 
O'Kone, Karen, 402 
Okazaki, James, 350. 352 
Okazaki, Mavis, 243 
Okido, Tracy, 454 
Okuda, Pal, 243, 339 
Oleon. Vallerie, 305,312,354 
Oley, Jarloth, 243 
Ohff, Debbie, 405 
Oliveira, Duone, 310, 430 
Oliver, Jim, 436 
Oliver, M., 466 
Olmerl, Carol, 243 
Olsen, Debby. 359 
Olson, J„ 467 

Olson, Karen, 243, 369, 394 
Olson, Kotherine, 243 
Oltrogge, Cal, 340 
Omdohl, Tom, 130 
Omibiyi, Mosunmola, 263 
Ono, Dean, 357 
Onodo, Dennis, 350, 352 
Oppell, Susan, 274 
Oringel, Pamela, 408 
Ornee, Mike, 418 
Orswell, Cathy, 243 
Orzechowski, Thoro Lee, 386 
Osborn, Aleta, 402 
Osborn, Robin, 388 
Osbrink, Carol, 388 
Oserans, J., 467 
Osheroff, Gory, 269 




Oshito, Tad, 350, 352 
Ostrin, Morilyn, 387 
Ostroff, Joel, 434 
Osuch, Linda, 311,387 
Ota, Glenn, 461 
Ola, Candy, 339 350 
Otis, Les, 305 
Otto, Don, 311, 424 
Otto, Lindo, 388 
Otto, Rainer, 462 
Overmyer, Luonn, 361, 374 
Ovitz, Mike, 334, 464 
Owashi, Kathy, 243, 350, 363 
Owens, Bob, 456 
Owens, James, 456 



Packard, Mike, 424 

Packer, Susan, 243 

Padilla, Paulo, 473 

Page, Carol Marie, 274 

Pogliuso, Desi, 309, 336, 402 

Paine, 462 

Palango, Toivo, 257, 458 

Palmer, Pal, 475 

Palmer, Tori, 390 

Polmquisl, Debbie, 307, 333, 398 

Palmquist, Terry, 243, 336, 398 

Pang, Henry M., 243 

Pangburn, M., 467 

Panich, Sharilyn, 243 

Paper, Ronna Lou, 243 

Paris, Judith, 408 

Pork, James, 243, 452 

Park, Rosemary, I 1 2 

Pork, Susan, 243,321 

Parker, Deborah, 370 

Parker, Michael, 243 

Parker, Joel, 422 

Parks, James, 243 

Pormenler, Margo, 359, 382 

Parnavelas, John, 243 

Porrish, Bob, 426 

Parsons, Rodney, 243, 448 

Pascoe, Dennis, 243 

Poshalides, Joanne, 243, 378 

Poslre, Larry, 448 

Partridge, William, 434 

Pale, Bud, 467 



Patrick, Bill, 475 
Patterson, R., 467 
Patterson, Robert, 257 
Ration, Taffy, 378 
Paul, Linda, 402 
Pauley, Edwin, 108 
Pawlik, Greg. 334, 428 
Powlik, Kevin, 428 
Paxson, Timothy, 269, 434 
Payer, Gary, 306 
Payne, Terri, 243 
Payne, Vicki, 472 
Peoke, Doug, 436 
Pearlman, Daniel, 244 
Pearlmon. Jane, 376 
Pearson, Rolph Jr., 270 
Pease, Steve, 41 8 
Pebley, Susan, 406 
Peddrew, Lauro, 474 
Pegee, Jo Ann, 270 
Peiler, Corol, 400 
Peno, Jorge, 244 
Pennington, Bill, 310, 334, 416 
Perego. Melindo, 402 
Pereiro, Odir, 357 
Perkins, Bonnie, 388 
Perkins, Dick, 424 
Perkins, John, 438 
Perkins, Larry, 244 
Perkins, Katie, 406 
Perkins. Larry, 458 
Perle, Lorry, 449 
Perlmutter, Susan, 405 
Perrin, Isabella, 244, 382, 430 
Perrin, Kathleen, 244, 380 
Perrine, Kathleen, 336, 370 
Perry, Cheryl, 370 
Personius, Peggy, 400 
Perluil, Calhy, 374 
Pesetski, Larry, 244, 462 
Pessin, Patricio, 376 
Peters, Carl, 448 
Peters. Helen. 291 
Peters, Joseph, 461 
Petersen, Carol, 474 
Peterson, Kathy, 331 
Peterson, Ron, 466 
Peterssen, Margaret, 394 
Pettingell, Sondro, 244 
Pettil, Ellen, 244 
Pettier, Lyn, 333 



Peyton, Renee, 382 

Ploff. Paulo. 244, 348, 354, 355, 369. 

386 
PHosler, Jim, 464 
Phelan, Dennis, 466 
Phelon, Mike, 467 
Phelps, Cord, 400 
Philips, Borboro, 470 
Philips, Gole, 244, 348. 354, 369, 396 
Phillipes. Pol, 361,376 
Phillips, Chorles, 270, 440 
Phillips. Evelyn, 244 
Phillips, Flip. 464 
Phillips, Keith. 244 
Phillips, Richard, 244 
Philp, Christine, 373 
Picco, Ronold, 430 
Pierson, Jill, 400 
Pieter, Rhonda, 333 
Pigeon, Greg, 452 
Pike, James, 460 
Pingree, Janet, 396 
Pinnell, Pom, 244. 340, 348, 390 
Pitzer. Chris, 474 
Plomondon, Pot, 428 
Piatt, Borboro, 362 
Plott, Pomelo, 398 
Plan, Stu. 270, 456 
Plout. Jackie, 473 
Pluntsky, Shell. 270 
Podoloff, Sarah Jane. 357 
Poindexter, Larry. 270 
Polonsky. Potti, 405 
Polentz, Bob, 270, 438 
Polifronti, Kathy, 473 
Poliquin, Judy, 120. 309. 338. 388 
Polito, Mary. 331 
Polito, Rosemory, 244 
Polizzi, Nick. 244 
Polk, Chris, 464 
Pollok, Potty. 361 
Polley. Terry. 434 
Pollchik, Allan, 307 
Pollock, Mike, 454 
Pon, Tyle, 466 
Pondick, Janet. 244 
Ponedel, Susan. 244 
Porter, Mary, 274 
Porter, Paulo, 369, 387 
Posner. Jeri, 362 
Post, Kathy, 361, 408 
Potter, Carolyn, 474 
Pouder, Bruce, 244 
Power, Lynne, 274, 402 
Powers, Christine, 388 
Powers, Dennis, 270 
Preitover. Paul, 426 
Prelle, Karen. 244 
Prensky, Williom. 244 
Prescott. French. 244. 387 
Preston, Alvo. 244 
Preuss, Eileen, 244 
Price, Jim, 450 
Priest, Sue, 402 
Prill, Robert. 357 
Pringle, Mike, 436 
Prosser, Doris. 244 
Proust, Jeff, 456 
Provo, Carter, 434 
Prufrock, J. Alfred, 438 
Puckett, Williom T., 114 
Pugh, Dennis, 291 
Pugh, Lance, 430 
Pulsifer, Suzonne, 333. 359 388 
Pumphrey, Gregg. 343 



Pun, Samson. 467 
Purdy, Rick, 424 
Pulchkoff, Betty. 336. 388 
Putermon. Hona, 244 



Quon, Gary, 357 
Quigley, Ken, 466 
Quinn, Jon. 458 
Quint, Bob, 442 
Quint. Carol. 244. 405 
Quon. Mordo. 372 
Quon, William, 291 
Quong. Shirley, 350 



Robkin, Larry, 442 

Rocer, Riley, 466 

Racklin, Susan, 470 

Radell, Phil, 446 

Rodom, Esther. 353 

Rodtke. Jon, 467 

Roe, Diona, 274. 382 

Roess. Ted. 436 

Rogghionti, 244 

Rolls. P.. 467 

Ram. Mukul. 467 

Ramirez, Ed. 475 

Rond. Carole. 244. 355 

Rand. Michael. 244. 444 

Randall. Sue. 333, 398 

Randall, John, 343 

Randies, Lyle, 461 

Rankin, Bloke, 450 

Ropp, Bill. 475 

Roppoport, Poul, 422 

Rappleye. Kathy. 244 

Rosak. Linda, 374 

Rosch. Karen, 264 

Rosch, Linda, 264 

Rasmussen, Kristi. 333. 359. 474 

Ratner. Tom, 454 

Rovitz. Ken, 442 
Rawson. Wendy. 340 
Ray, Barbara, 244. 396 
Roy. Denise. 359 
Roy. Marilyn. 402 
Roye, Ron, 257, 430 
Roysbrook, Randy. 436 
Raz. Shmuel. 275 
Rozavi. Hossein, 245 
Reader. Sandra, 245 
Reogon, Ronald, 1 08 
Reordon. Ginny, 396 
Rebrovich, Arlene, 374 
Redo, Karen. 406 
Redfeorn. Wayne. 334, 450 
Redmond, Regeno, 245 
Ree, Nicholos, 264 
Reed, Mark, 264 
Reed. Susan, 400 
Reed, Irocey, 312,376 
Reeslund. Mike. 458 
Reeves, Jomes, 448 
Reeves. Judy, 372 
Reeves, Stuart, 270 
Rehm, Vicki, 245 
Reich, 0. 467 
Reich, Jacqueline. 245 
Reich. Judy. 336, 398 
Reichline. Neil, 264 




Reid, Bob Jr., 460 
Reid. Charles, 312, 452 
Reider, John, 468 
Reif, Tony. 305 
Reifman. Ed. 454 
Reinberg. P.. 470 
Reinberg. Russ. 468 
Reiner. Lo Donno, 361, 374 

Reinhord, Robert, 245 

Reinhart, Elizabeth, 471 

Reinhordt, Margaret. 245 

Reinoso, Ozzie, 466 

Reitan. Edwin. 257, 462 

Reitter. Jonn. 338 

Reller, Sue, 390 

Renkow, Borboro, 264 

Renkow, Nancy. 405 

Resch. Corey. 382 

Resnik, Mark, 341 

Rethmeier, Nancy, 309, 336, 390 

Rettberg, Pom 374 

Reynord, C . 470 

Reynolds, J., 470 

Reynolds. Laurie, 382 

Reynolds, Marilyn. 245 

Rhodes. Linda. 245 

Rice. Kathy. 387 

Richards. Kenneth, 3 I 1 . 448 

Richards. Mark. 420 

Richards. Pete, 440 

Richardson, Betty L. 245 

Richordson, Charles, 245 

Richardson, Lynda, 332 

Richmon, Lee. 422 
Richman. Moxine. 245. 474 
Richler. Cheryl. 394 
Richter, Heddy. 359 
Richord. Wendy Marie, 386 
Rickette, Kerry, 466 
Rickmon, Dennis, 357 
Rider, Gene, 245, 342 
Ridgell, Reilly, 416 
Rieber, Ann. 313. 321. 340 
Riley, Leonard, 245, 468 
Riley, Randelle. 332. 400 
Rinek. Lorry, 430 
Ringwald, Kim. 424 
Risse. Gory, 475 



Ritchey, Kathy, 382 
Ritchie, Cherie, 245, 382 
Ritz, Michoel, 245 
Rivard, Pol, 245. 380 
Rizzo. R., 467 
Robb, Dove, / 
Robbins, Jamt "* 

Robbins, Jane. 3. 18 
Robbins. Joseph. 2^3. 342. 450 
Roberson. Al. 450 
Roberts, Greg, 467 
Roberts, Virgil, 245. 341 
Robertson. Scott. 475 
Robiczek, Monica, 388 
Robinson, Charles, 458 
Robinson. Claire. 390 
Robinson. Linda. 359. 398 
Robinson. Pot, 376 
Robinson, Terry, 312, 405 
Roche, Susan. 378 
Rochford. Bruce, 436 
Rockmon. Ed. 456 
Rodney. Glendo, 474 
Rodriguez, Jim. 424 
Rodriguez, Linda, 359, 396 
Rodriguez, Roberto, 291 
Rodriguez, Victorio, 245 
Roehm, Terence, 270, 330 
Roellick, Wendy Karen, 355. 386 
Rogers. Steve. 452 
Rogers, Vicky. 473 
Rolfe. Randy, 458 
Roller, Lindo, 405 
Romer, J., 466 
Ronne, Mike. 440 
Rooke, James, 245, 468 
Rosa, Eric, 434 
Rosoti, Mario, 245 
Rose, Lorraine, 245, 387 
Rose, Sherry, 310, 362,405 
Rosen, Alan, 467 
Rosen, Bob, 442 
Rosen, Ed. 446 
Rosen. Marc. 270, 334. 454 
Rosen. Steven. 245 
Rosenberg, Joe. 436 
Rosenberg, Lorry, 454 
Rosenberg, Sophie, 245 



Rosenblatt, Bonnie. 392 

Rosenblatt, Sally. 245 

Rosenblatt. Sid, 426 

Rosenbloom, Alma, 245 

Rosenfeld. Judy. 392 

Rosenfeld, Lawrence, 245 

Rosenfeld, Susan. 405 

Rosenfield. Fred, 422 

Rosenstock, Rochelle, 376 

Rosenthal. Allan, 245.341 

Rosenthal, Miriam. 245 

Rosentsweig, Steven. 245 

Rosien. Mickey, 450 

Rosman, Delia. 245 

Ross, Andrea, 246 

Ross, Connie, 374 

Ross, Lorry, 436 

Ross, Richard. 246 

Rossi, Sue, 359. 369, 382 

Rossman, Jerry. 291 

Rost. Jerold, 291 

Rosvall, Wallace, 246 

Roth, Kathleen, 380 

Roth. Shiela. 246 

Roth, Stephana. 246. 313, 348, 406 

Roth, Williom, 108 

Rothe, Caprice. 388 

Rothenberger, Cathy, 307, 406 

Rothman, Marcie, 246 

Rotmon, Doreen, 405 

Roundtree, Packy, 440 

Rounsavell, Dorothy, 398 

Rounsavell.Mary, 398 

Rowe, Rebecca, 246 

Rowlands, Jim, 357 

Ruben, Frank. 447 

Rubinstein, Joe, 298, 304 

Rubenstein, Randy, 41 5. 442 

Rubin, Bob, 446 

Rubin. Cindy. 355 

Rubinger, Carol, 308 

Rudametkin, Lydio, 338 

Rudkin, Ron, 391.330 

Rudolph, Beverly, 387 

Rudolph, Kay. 275 

Rudoy, J., 467 

Ruebsamen, J., 466 

Rumsey. Linda, 343 

Rush, E., 466 

Rusk, Patricia, 291 

Rusnak, Drew, 416 

Rusonick, Linda, 392 

Russell, Barbara. 378 

Russell, Jane. 246 

Russell. Jeanne, 390 

Russell, Linda, 372 

Russell. Michael, 358 

Rustand. Kay, 355. 378, 472 

Rustin. Suzanne. 336 

Rustin. Suzanne, 475 

Rutkm, Stuart. 311,341 

Rutledge. Sheila, 246, 386 

Ryan, John, 246. 341 

Ryan, J,, 466 

Ryan, Mike, 424 

Ryan, Pot, 424 

Ryang, Susan, 339 

Ryder, Jon, 310 



Saab, Mary. 400 

Saoome, Jack, 358 

Sontian. Ron. 270, 330 

Sachau, Kurt, 246 

Sachs, Alan, 330 

Socks, Tessa, 246, 376 

Saine, David, 461 

Soito, Condi, 339. 350 

Saito, Carolyn, 339,350 

Solas, Alan, 428 

Saks, Daniel. 270, 330 

Salet, Nikki. 382 

Salkin, Lynn, 246 

Salley, Claude B. Jr.. 264 

Soltzman. Jeff, 420 

Salvo, Carol, 246 

Salveter, Sandra, 270 

Solzman. Ken, 246. 458 

Somow, Alan. 454 

Samuels, Nordy. 464 

Somuelson. Christy, 370 

Somuelson, Kris. 387 

Somuelson, Sue, 406 

Sonberg. Carol, 394 

Sondell, Joel, 246 

Sanders, Edwin, 358 

Sanders, Linda, 275, 472 

Sanders, Nancy, 372 

Sanders, Nikki Jo, 378 

Sandler, Barry, 464 

Sands, Jennifer, 31 1 , 396 

Sands, Rick, 246, 416 

Sandy. Lanette. 475 

Saner, Neville. 424 

Sanford, Clarice, 246 

Sanford. Mike. 475 

Sonserino. Gary. 424 

Sasaki. Youji, 246 

Soss. Rosalee. 31 1 . 305, 336, 354, 376 

Sato, Adele, 246 

Soto. Steve, 350. 352 

Sotow, Deone. 350 

Satterthroit, Leonn, 467 

Saunders, Susan, 246 

Sauser, Lynn, 474 

Sauve, Ed., 434 

Savage, Christie, 378 

Sox, J., 466 

Sawyer, Candida, 246 

Soxe, Susan, 246 

Sayer, Jim, 436 

Saylor. Bruce, 246 

Scanlan, Helen, 387 

Scannell, Ed., 467 

Scarborough, Steve, 444 

Schod, Richard, 422 

Schoefer. Jean Marie, 386 

Schafer, Jim, 475 

Schaffner, Diana, 474 

Schallon, Melody, 370 

Schoper, Bob, 418 

Scharf, Martin, 246 

Schappek, Rose, 33 I 

Schechner, Tobi, 353 

Schecter, Howard, 246 

Schenker. Richard. 340 

Scher, Les. 246. 301 

Scherer, Diane, 400. 474 

Schettler, Leonne. 246. 370 

Schiff, Irene, 246 

Schimmel, Roger. 422 

Schindler. Norm, 323 

Schleh, Linda. 387 



Schlossberg, Kenneth, 246 
Schmickroth, Pat, 452 
Schmidt, Dove, 450 
Schmidt. Knsto. 320. 396 
Schneider, Gary. 464 
Schneider, Jeannie. 392 
Schneider, Lorelei, 387 
Schneider. Mark. 464 
Schneider. Timothy, 246 
Schnurr, Roger. 436 
Scholy. Ann Marie. 275 
Schon. Janet, 246. 387 
Schottland. Carol, 359 
Schreibmon. MyrI, 247 
Schreider. Barry, 3 1 1 
Schreidman. Laura. 247 
Schreyer. Laura. 392 
Schroeder. Carl, 358 
Schroeder. Robert. 442 
Schroer, David. 264 
Schrote. Ava. 247 
Schulem. Lyn, 405 
Schulman, George. 247 
Schulmon, Linda. 475 
Schultz, Geni, 392 
Schultz. Linda. 390 
Schultz, Roberta. 362 
Schultz. R.. 470 
Schuster, Samuel, 358 
Schutte. Jerry, 450 
Schwartz. Barbara. 376 
Schwartz, Bernard, 247 
Schwartz. Elaine. 392 
Schwartz. Gail. 405 
Schwartz, Howard. 464 
Schwartz. Joan, 247 
Schwartz. Karen. 405 
Schwartz. Lloyd, 247 
Schwab, Marvin, 247 
Schwimmer. Martin, 247. 468 
Scott, B.. 467 
Scott. Charles, 264 



Scott. Carol. 405 

Scott, Greg, 452 

Scott, Lexy. 376 

Scott, Marc. 454 

Scott, Margaret, 473 

Scott. Patricio, 275 

Scott, Robert, 247 

Scott. Roger. 466 

Scott, Sheryl. 247 

Scoville, Carol, 247 

Scully. Mary Ann. 247 

Scully. Thomas J-, 114 

Seobold. TJ., 400 

Seoly, Don, 475 

Searight, Bob, 452 

Sears, Richard, 247 

Sedler. Ross, 247 

Seidel, John, 452 

Seidenthol. Sally, 373 

Seidl. Gerard. 247. 334. 458 

Seigle, Diane. 405 

Seim. Glenn, 46 I 

Selk, Diane. 326 

Sellers, Pamela, 247 

Senechal, Margie. 390 

Seng, Barbara. 247, 400 

Senzoki. Denise, 350, 363 

Sera. Douglas, 350 

Sereny, Joseph, 247 

Service. Gregg. 358 

Sessler. Dick, 438 

Sessler. Robert, 438 

Settle, Carol. 474 

Severy. Carol, 264. 386 

Seyler. David, 342, 358, 448 

Shafer, Mary Frances, 386 

Shofer, Suzanne, 247 

Shaffer, Sue, 387 

Shombough, Linda, 378 

Shand, Kandi,247, 331, 341, 359, 382 

Shanedling, Joan. 247, 31 1. 408 

Shanks, Martha, 247 




Shonlon, Slocey. 247 

Shapiro, Bill, 446 

Shapiro, Ellen, 470 

Shapiro, Gretchen, 247 

Shopiro. N., 470 

Shapiro, Noncy, 310, 361, 405 

Shapiro, Norma, 247 

Shapiro, Sandy, 310, 336, 408 

Sharon, Borbora, 386 

Shaton, Bonnie, 247 

Shaver, Joan, 406 

Show, Kemper, 430 

Show, Linda, 247, 332 

Show. Sherry, 332 

Show, Susan, 386 

Sheorer, Kent, 416 

Shedd, Sieve, 440 

Sheehon, Barbara, 382 

SheH, Judy, 408 

Shekoyon, Mary Ester. 247 

Sheldon, Jenny, 382 

Shelley. Lesly 6,336,398 

Shenk, Chuck, 467 

Sheng, Lon-pyoy, 291 

Sheppord, Cathy Jo, 474 

Sher, Matt, 442 

Sherbahn, Koren, 471 

Shermon, James, 358 

Sherreitt. Kothy, 359, 470 

Sherwood, Foster H., 112 

Shewey. Don, 447 

Shibato, Gene, 247 

Shields, Horriet, 400 

Shimizu, Susan, 339, 350 

Shinkoi, Joan, 247 

Shinoharo, Penny, 339 

Shiozoki, Lojro, 339, 350 

Shiozawo, Judy, 350 

Shoemaker, Stan, 311, 448 

Shoji, Kent, 247, 452 

Short, George. 460 

Shulem, Lynn, 31 

Shulmon, Beth, 376 

Shulmon, Dee Dee, 248 

Shupin, Adrtenne, 470 

Siomon, Ann, 264 

Sibert, Som, 424 

Siefker, Bob, 450 

Sieg, Jonel. 359, 387 

Siegol, Roger, 130 

Siegel, Lindo, 405 

Siegel, Michelle. 392 

Siever, Julie, 388 

Siever, Robert. 422 

Sievers. Dione, 338, 460 

Sigofoos, James Robert, 248. 460 

Sigler. Dionne. 248 

Silver, Helene, 248 

Silver, Judy, 405 

Silvermon, David, 311, 432 

Silverman, Ellen, 405 

Silvermon, Wendy, 392 

Simmler, Suzanne. 361 , 388 

Simmons, Scott, 248 

Simms, William, 448 

Simon, Norton, 108 

Simon, Therese, 248 

Simonion, Margaret, 248 

Simonis, Dovio, 474 

Simonis, Jone, 248 

Simons, G., 470 

Simpson, Mary Lou, 370 

Sindell, Gory, 446 

Singer, Alison, 361,408 

Singer, Michoel, 248 

Singer, Shelden, 464 



Sincji'rmon. Carl. 248 

Sipmon, Kathi, 474 
Sisel, Kothy, 372 

Sitterley, Kemory, 380 

Sitz, Bill, 440 

Siverson, Pom, 248, 398 
Skogys, Ken, 248, 330 

Skoglund, Linda. 275. 332, 400 

Skole, Poulo, 353 

Skipicki, Elizabeth, 474 

Sklonowsky, Mike, 426 

Skolich, Dave, 248 

Skolnick, Georgette, 248. 466 

Skully, M,, 466 

Slater, John, 440 

Slotton, Jim, 130 

Slaughter, Rondy, 466 

Sloven, Paul, 416 

Sloan, Donna, 474 

Sloon, Gory, 248, 432 

Sloon, Horry, 307 

Smoll, Kenneth, 270, 452 

Small, Melinda. 376 

Smort. Donno, 359 387 

Smith. Al,440 

Smith, Barbara, Jeon 248 

Smith, Blonche, 358 

Smith, Brion, 440 

Smith, Caroline, 248 

Smith, Cheryl. 473 

Smith. Chris. 424 

Smith. Cindy. 353 

Smith, David. 248. 468 

Smith. Dennis. 475 

Smith, Donold. 248 

Smith, Dwight, 300 

Smith, Fritzi, 264, 406 

Smith, Jim, 462 

Smith, Julie. 388 
Smith. Kelleen. 372 
Smith, K., 467 
Smith, Ken, 130. 440 
Smith, Kimberley, 359 386 
Smith, Lorry, 430 
Smith, Lindo, 275, 373 
Smith, Linda, 382 
Smith, Michoel, 248 
Smith, Mike, 416 
Smith. Paula. 248 
Smith. Sue. 406 
Smith. Susan. 340. 394 
Smith. Thomos, 248 
Snopp, Jeff, 466 
Snell, Dione, 248, 390 
Snider, Evon, 270 
Snow. Mamie. 380 
Snyder. Christy, 361, 406 
Snyder, Greg, 440 
Sobel, Jeffrey, 248, 340 
Soder, Terry, 308 
Soderberg, Michael. 430 
Soderquist, Tom, 461 
Soeder, Teri, 362, 472 
Soffer, Mick, 475 
Sogg, J., 466 

Somerville, Susan, 248, 474 
Sones, Drew, 444 
Sonns, Cynthia, 341 
Sonntog, Albert, 248 
Sorouchi, S., 466 
Sours, Pot, 320, 398 
Southworth, Pom, 248 
Spoere, Betty, 310 
Spatz, Elizobeth, 248, 370 
Speckman, Paul, 430 
Spedor, Lois, 248 



Spellmon. Judith. 248 

Speziole, Robert. 248. 340 

Spickler. Dole, 296 

Spiegel, Solo, 475 

Spiess. Penny, 390 

Spindler, Rich, 436 

Sponenberg, Suson, 248, 406 

Spooner, Laura, 390 

Sprodlin, Trish, 390 

Springer. Moritynne. 353 

Stocher, Leslie. 264 

Stafford. Chorles, 249 

Stafford. Chuck, 467 

Stohl, Jerry, 249 

Stohl, Ginny, 249. 306. 3 1 0. 3 1 1 . 336. 

374 
Staines. Jerry, 424 
Stoley, Barbara, 355, 359 
Stombler, Don, 446 
Stambul, Rick, 442 
Stonovige, Richard, 462 
Stondifer, Patricio, 249 
Stondridge, Linda, 313. 249 
Stonick. Joan. 382 
Stonislowski, Carol, 291 
Stonsbury, Rich, 415, 424 
Stanton, Adrianne, 362. 408 
Stark, Nolo, 114 
Storkweather. Cynthia, 249 
Stovlz, Jane, 264 
Stearns, Dave, 450 
Stearns, Steve, 334. 464 
Steele, Jody, 470 
Steele, Kathleen, 370 
Steele, Scott, 434 
Steelmon, Regan, 475 
Steier, Poul, 454 
Steimon, Audrey, 249 
Steimmon, Patricia. 249 
Stein. Gene, 358 
Stein. Jane, 249 
Stein, Livio, 405 
Stein. Martin, 442 
Stein. Mary. 378 
Stein, Richord, 249 
Steinberg, Beryl. 474 
Steinberg. L.. 466 
Steinberg, Linda, 359 
Steinberg, Roberta, 249 
Steinhardt, Robin, 369, 408 
Steinhouer. Donno. 291 
Sleinmon. Potti. 400 
Stello, Devra, 264 
Stemerman, Steve, 454 
Stenehjem, Jone, 388 
Stonen, Diana, 249, 336, 348, 354,390 
Stephens, K,, 470 
Stephens, Roger, 270 
Sterbentz, Jim, 450 
Stern. Dennis, 270 
Sternhill, Leslie, 369, 392 
Stevens, Joan, 336, 386 
Stevens, Karen, 249 
Stevens, Kent, 438 
Steward. J., 470 
Stewart, Corol, 378, 475 
Stewart, Gordon. 249. 420 
Stewart, Susan, 249 
Stewort. S.. 466 
Stich, Carol. 380 
Stiles. Ann, 309, 336. 398 
Stiles. Bob, 436 
Stillmon, Jooni, 406 
Stilwell, Rolph, 296 
Stine. Lindo. 475 
Stinemotes. Potty. 331 



Stivers, Don, 467 

Stivers, R., 467 

Slock, Gail, 264 

Stockton, Richard, 249, 342 

Stoehr, Greg, 426 

Stolley, Don, 458 

Stollmon, Rita, 470 

Stolpmon, Tom, 456 

Stone, Brian, 426 

Stone, Thomos, 468 

Stone, Toni, 249 

Storm, Sharon, 340. 398 

Stout, Kothy, 361 

Strochon. Shirley, 332, 336, 378 

Strompe, Lindo, 249, 402 

Strang, Nancy, 396 

Strossmon, Neil, 454 

Slrotton, Don, 475 

Straus. Don. 458 

Strouss, Lee, 359, 380 

Strauss, Louise, 343 

Stribley, Adrienne, 249, 372 

Stricklin, Mory Jane, 309, 361, 390 

Strom. Jill, 361,376 

Stromberg, Morgoret. 249 

Strong, Sue, 332, 378 

Stryker, Doug, 468 

Stuart, Bruce, 464 

Stuort, Gail, 249 

Stuart, Susun, 249, 387 

Stueber. Renee. 249, 387 

Stull, M., 467 

Stump, Mike, 418 

Stump, Phillip, 249 

Stumpf, Bob, 426 

Stuppy, Betty Jone, 380 

Sturgeon, Trudi, 398 

Suarez, Fernando, 458 

Suburu, Daniel, 249 

Sudo, Dione, 307, 387 

Sued, Aaron, 249 

Sutfin, Steve, 249. 468 

Sugono. P., 467 

Sugor, Ronald D,, 358 

Sum. Check, 466 

Sumitoni, N., 470 

Sundermon, Jeff, 420 

Supnik, Poul, 310, 358, 426 

Supple, Anne, 406 

Surfas, Borbora. 249 

Susok, Michael. 436 

Susnow. Bob. 442 

Sutherlond. Gene. 424 

Svendson. Sharon. 372 

Svendstord. Sjok. 264 

Suobodo, Bea. 308 

Swallow, Lonny, 249 

Swan, Sherill, 370 

Swonson, Dana, 474 

Sworlz, Christine, 333. 382 

Sweet, Eloine, 249 

Sweet. Sandy. 388 

Swenson, Lorry, 420 

Swenson, Susan, 402 

Switzer, Moido, 249. 314 

Symonds, Gory. 249 

Syms. Bert. 428 



TagawQ, Jiro, 428 

Takohashi, Rex. 468 

Takoki, Carole. 250 

Takasoki. Bob. 475 

Takayo, Steve. 350, 352 

Takenoga, Diane, 350, 363 

Talpis, Carol, 332 

Tom. Matthias, 358 

Tamonaha, Conrad, 350, 352 

Tomasy, Sandy, 474 

Tamkin, Sherry, 470 

Tanoko, John, 270 

Tanaka, Orion. 250 

Tonaka, Toshiyuki, 250 

Tang, Solly, 250 

Toni, Dennis. 264 

Toniguchi. Dorothy, 250 

Toniguchi, Karen, 350 

Tanihoro, Grace, 339, 350 

Tonji, Shigeo. 358 

Tannehill, Christine, 331,400 

Tanner, Ross, 416 

Tonney, Moxine, 250. 350 

Taomoe, Tholio, 339, 350 

Tarica, Samuel, 250 

Tariow. Jerry, 464 

Tarsey. Lisa Deo, 250, 340 

Tarsey, Potrice, 340 

Tarsey. Lisa, 340 

Taarviarii, Jaako, 446 

Tosh, Lorry, 475 

Toshimo, Jeanne, 363 

Tosoff, Jock. 460 

Tote. Rick, 475 

Totor. Steve, 464 

Toube, Stevie, 405 

Tavetian, Robert, 250 

Tavetion, Bob. 466 

Taylor. Gene, 359. 400 

Taylor, Melanie. 264, 369, 374 

Taylor, Stephen, 448 

Tchirkow, Robert, 434 

Teal. John, 448 

Teele, Bob, 130 

Teeple, Christine. 307, 388 

Teitelbaum, Bob, 446 

Teitelbaum, Eric, 264 

Tendrock, Steve, 422 

Tenenbaum, Reno, 392 

Tenenboum, Robert, 442 

Tenenbom, Morcia, 405 

Tenneson, Mike, 250, 436 

Teren, Audrey. 308, 309, 311, 338. 

405 
Terry, Mike, 470 
Terry, Stan, 430 
Terwilliger, Steve, 418 
Teter, Lynda, 406 
Thockera, Williom, 250 
Tholer, Teresa, 264 
Thayer, Mary, 250, 474 
Thole, Linda, 378 
Tholen, John, 438 
Thoman, Suzanne, 361 
Thomas, Chuck, 420 
Thomas, Danny, 450 
Thomas, Dove. 424 
Thomas, Helen, 359 
Thomas, Lani, 475 
Thomas, Mock, 250, 430 
Thomas, Nancy, 402 
Thomas, Pom, 333 
Thomas, Patricio Ann, 386 
Thomas, Rochelle, 390 
Thompson, B., 466 
Thompson, Edvs'ord, 270, 342 



Thompson, Jan, 361, 382 

Thomson, Robert, 270, 448 

Thompson, T.. 470 

Thomson, Dale, 130 

Thoreson, Gail, 382 

Thornton, Les, 475 

Thorsen, Carol, 475 

Thouin, Adrienne, 396 

Threev^itt. Corol, 474 

Tibbetts, Mork. 250 

Ticker, Neil. 422 

Tindall. Mike, 450 

Tobios, Robert, 291 

Toboodo, Tobi, 400 

Tokirro, Kothy, 350, 363 

Tollefson, Gayle, 382 

Tomke, Joquie, 372 

Tompson, Kothy, 388 

Tong, Vicki, 336 

Tongco, Bobbie, 336 

Tonsich, Diana, 354 

Topin, Terry, 405 

Torgerson, Leigh, 461 

Torn, Jennice, 471 

Torres, Beno, 382 

Torres, Tito, 358, 424 

Towata, Colleen, 350, 363 

Toyomo, Ron, 350, 352 

Trabish, Herm, 426 

Trongos, Theoni, 471 

Trondem, Lonni, 250 

Tropp, Larry, 358 

Troutwein, Jeonne, 372 

Travis, Lucindo, 378 

Treebs, Carol, 275 

Tregilgos, Ryba, 340 

Treiman, David, 250 

Treiman, David, 313, 341 

Trenom, Lorry, 475 

Trieselmonn, Ralph, 468 

Troeger, Gary, 250 

Troispoux, E., 470 

Trout, Pot. 250, 400 

Troutmon, Stan, 297, 323 

Trow, E., 466 

Truax, Marti, 394 

Truox, Rich, 456 

Trujillo, Joe, 475 

Tsurudo, Gwen, 363 

Tucey, Richard, 291 

Tung, John, 270 

Turcios, Luis, 250 

Turkel, Suson, 392 

Turner, Ellen, 308, 333, 359. 396 

Turner, Ken, 461 

Turner, Pamela, 250 

Turre, Mike, 466 

Tysdol, Rod, 448 



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Uchido, Joan. 250, 350, 363 
Uchiyama, J. Honami, 264 
Ucuzoglu, Fran, 250 
Uhrik. Geoffrey. 250 
Ujiie, Tsuneo, 250 
Ulrey, Joan, 307. 333 
Unangst. S., 470 
Unell. Ellen, 250 
Ung, Mary, 339, 350 
Ung, Frances, 363 
Unger, Gory. 270 
Uno, Toru. 250 
Unruh. Jesse. 108 
Urner. Morlene. 250. 359 



Uwate. Vivian, 475 
Uyedo, Naomi. 339. 350 
Uyematsu. Amy. 363 
Uyemolsu. Mary. 350, 363 
Uyemuro, Brenda, 363 
Uyemuro. Nancy, 339. 350 



Vokhona. Perin. 471 

Valeska. Dove. 467 

Velicki. Darlene. 307 

Volione. Sandy. 474 

Van Bibber. Jim, 270, 330 

Von Buskirk, Janis, 309, 374 

Vandegrirt, Pal. 390 

Vondegrift. Roger. 250 

Vandenberg. Denise. 340 

Vonderburg. Janet, 250 

Vanderel, Bob, 438 

Van de Water, Anne, 250, 348 

Van Hoerlem, Patricia, 251. 348 

Vanis. Ricfiord. 275. 434 

Van Osdel. Virginia. 33 1 

Von Saun. David. 358. 452 

Van Scoyk. Jonathan. 250 

Van Sickle. Joe. 250. 444 

Van Trigl, Pete, 424 

Vosilovich. Dan. 444 

Vedder. Helen. 251 

Veile. Borbora. 378 

Velazquez. Edward. 270, 438 

Veltmann, Jim, 438 

Venable, Janet. 275 

Venturino. Sue. 387 

Vera. Mike, 467 

Verkozen. Tom. 358. 420 

Vermette. Micfiael, 458 

Vernon. Bob. 301 

Vicklund. Chris. 390 

Victor. Lisa. 251, 299. 308, 336, 354 

Vidos, Maureen, 394 

Vienna, Cheryl, 361 

Vigil. Robert, 448 

Vitry. Georges. 251 

Vochko. Lee. 475 

Vogt. Robert. 434 

Voll. Crissy. 251,309, 398 

Voll, John, 251 

Volmert, Mark, 446 

Vonschnabc, Suzanne, 402 



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Woddell, R., 467 
Wade, Tim, 448 
Woechter. Mike, 25 
Wahl. David. 442 
Walch. Blanche. 251 
Walden. Donald. 297 
Waldrop, J.. 467 
Walker. Caroline. 406 
Walker. Judy. 398 
Walker. Steve, 334, 424 
Walker, Susan Louise, 251 
Wallace, Jeanne, 361, 406 
Wolloce. Linda, 390 
Wolowitt, Kathy, 470 
Walson, Susie, 475 
Walter, Bob. 468 
Walters. Jacqueline. 251 
Walters. Jackie, 406 
Walther. S., 466 
Walton. Becky. 353 



V^ng, Kuan-Chung, 291 

Wong, Poulette, 331, 386 

Wangsness, Dove, 420 

Ward, Joe. 311.416. 467 

Ward. Kolhleen. 251 

Word. Pam. 370 

Warden. Linda. 251 

Wardle. Carolyn, 251 

Wore, Pat, 374 

Ware, Sonda, 251 

Warren, Helen. 473 

Warren. Sheldon. 456 

Warsafsky. Alfred. 422 

Wart. Cindy. 388 

Wasserman. Lynne. 251 

Wasserman, Ellie, 408 

Wasson, Jim 462 

Watanabe, Dione, 339, 350 

Watanabe, Ron, 350, 352 

Watanabe, Shig. 350, 352 

Watanabe, Shigeru, 251 

Wotenmoker, Alan. 370. 334. 422 

Walters. Mary. 275 

Watson. Suzanne. 406 

Walters, Mary, 380 

Watts, Eric. 456 

Watts. Jeannie. 374 

Watts, M.. 470 

Watts. Patricia. 332. 396 

Wax. Joyce. 251 

Wayne, Jay C. Jr., 270 

Weaver, Bruce, 475 

Weaver, Donn, 251 

Weaver, Mike, 454 

Webb, Jeanettte, 251 , 306, 348 

Webb. Leigh. 466 

Webb, Moonyeen. 251 

Webb, Russ, 130, 251, 334. 415. 438 

Webb. Torreey. 438 

Weber, Douglas. 342 

Weber, Linda. 392 

Weber. Paul. 275. 422 

Weber. Tim. 418 

Webster. Trip, 434 

Weeks, Richard, 251 

Weeks, Susan, 251 

Weigel, Bill, 251, 438 

Werner, Barbara, 333 

Werner, Roni, 310 

Weiner, Steve, 251 , 464 

Weingart. Isaac, 251 

Weingarten, Susie, 408 

Weinger, Gail, 408 

Weinhouse. Don. 442 

Weinman. Josh. 464 

Weinstein, llene, 405 

Weinstein, Robin, 257 

Weinstein, Stan, 251 

Weinstine, Gene, 462 

Weintraub, Carl, 251, 420 

Weintraub, Janet, 386 

Weir, Linda. 388 

Weir, Norm, 446 

Weisboum, Heidi, 376 

Weisel, Mimi, 405 

Weisel, Sol. 310 

Weisenberg. Diane. 405 

Weisgerber, Jock. 467 

Weiss, Beryl, 376 

Weiss, Brian, 251,326 

Weiss, Dianne, 376 

Weiss, Larry, 3 1 1 

Weiss, Niki, 251 

Weiss, Robert, 270 

Weiss, Sheryl, 251 

Weiss, Susan, 474 



Weissman, Jan, 474 

Weissman, Phill, 454 

Weissman, Richard, 442 

Weilz, Dove, 446 

Weirzman, Earl, 313 

Weitzman, Farryl. 252 

Welch, Cindy, 387 

Welch, Dennis. 252. 432 

Well, Audrey, 473 

Welles, Polricia, 252. 372 

Wellman, Horry, 108 

Wellmerling, Lynn, 252 

Wells. Pally. 382 

Welsh. Barbra. 252. 336, 390 

Welshimer, Ken, 452 

Welly, Barbaro, 1 1 8, 336, 398 

Wendt, Emily, 378 

Wenhe, Alice, 264 

Wessel, Elisobeth, 252 

West, Roger. 252 

West. Vicki, 406 

Weslley. Deon. 436 

Westpholl, Carole, 264 

Welzel, G., 470 

Wetzel, Janet, 252 

V^fexler, Danny. 430 

Wexler. Mork. 252 

Wexler. Mark, 436 

Weyhrouch, Jonice, 390 

Whotley, Gail, 474 

Wheodon, Donald, 252 

Wheeler, Connie, 406 

Wheeler, Thomos, 430 

Whitaker, Horry. 304 

Whitoker. Linda. 252, 390 

Whitby, David, 462 

White, Betty, 252 

White, Jeff, 314 
White. Mary. 252 
While, Mike, 458 
While, Stephen, 252 
White. Teresa. 252 
Whiting, Don, 252 
Whitley, Bonnie, 380 
Whitmer, Goyle. 372 
Whitney. Jonet, 392 
Whitehead. Danielle. 396 
Whitney. Janet. 264 
Whiltemore, S.. 470 
Whittkopp. Garrett, 130 
Whyle, Karen Linda, 275, 475 
Wichmonn. Cothleen, 474 
Wicklund, Gail, 275 



Wichmonn, Claire, 474 

Wickershom. Dione. 372 

Wickslrom. Linda. 398 

Widmann, Gloria, 252 

Wiemeyer, Dione, 382 

Wienir. Ronni. 338. 354, 376 

Wigle. Jomes. 434 

Wigodsky. Heleno, 405 

Wilburne, Corinne. 386 

Wilburne, Horriel. 386 

Wilcox. Cindy. 402 

Wilds. Lillion. 305 

Wiley. Annette. 402 

Wiley, John, 270 

Wiley, Kim. 475 

Wilkening. Colhy, 264 

Wilkes. John. 424 

Wilkes. Terry. 388 

Wilks, Sandra, 252 

Wilkinson, Sharon, 406, 473 

Willens, Susan. 252 

Willey. Mortha, 264 

Williams. Cothy. 398 

Williams, Chorlotte, 252 

Willioms, Christy, 374 

Williams, Joon, 270, 354 

Williams, Mory Lou, 336. 398 

Williams, Tomi, 370 

Williams, Urilh, 252 

Williams, Victoria, 400 

Williamson, Jon, 420 

Willis. Don. 305 

Willis. Mike. 462 

Willott. Jim 462 

Willson, Perry, 444 

Wilson, B., 470 

Wilson, C, 466 

Wilson. Jack. 460 

Wilson. Tom. 467 

Winder, Williom Albert, 430 

Windon, Chorlie, 313 

Winer, Jackie, 252, 311,369 

Wtnjum, Karen, 475 

Winslow, Susan. 359, 380 

Winston, Richard, 252 

Winter, Kothleen, 252 

Winters, Carol, 252, 336, 354, 388 

Winter, Kathy. 388 

Winer, Jackie, 405 

Winfield, John, 464 

Winston, Roberto, 408 

Winthrop, Marc, 464 

WippH, Lone, 320 



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Wirth. Dione. 405 
Wissel. Jeff. 422 
Wiswell. Robert. 252 

Witoker, Jo Ann, 252 

Wilkin. Janet, 252 

Witkow, Elliot. 420 

Witlin. Borboro. 252 

Witt, Rick. 475 

Witten, Paulo, 275 

Wilus, Chormoine, 370 

Woestemeyer, Linda, 355 

Wohl, Corol, 380 

Wolf, Jomes. 252 

Wolf, Jeffrey, 252 

Wolf. S., 466 

Wolfe. Winkie, 390 

Wolfson, Jon, 330 

Wolin. Barry L. 252 

Wolston, Barry, 253, 442 

Wong, Annette, 253, 350. 363 

Wong, Flossie, 253 

Wong, John, 462 

Wong, Kay, 253 

Wong, Kwok, 253 

Wong, Philip, 391,358 

Wang, Ruby, 471 

Wong. Stephanie, 333 

Wong, Tamoro, 471 

Woo, Priscillo, 253 

Wood, Chris, 305 

Wood, Dovid, 253 

Wood, George, 448 

Wood, Judy, 308, 338, 354, 402 

Wood, Patricio, 253 

Woodling, Annette. 359, 400 

Woods, Nancy, 474 

Woods, Jeanne, 270 

Woodson, Claire, 253, 313, 354, 398 

Woodword, Collis, 358 

Woolsey, Mary, 472 

Worthing, Michelle, 474 

Wortmon, Lourel, 373 

Wortmon, Wm.. 442 

Worlrich, Kolhe, 253 

W ortrich. Theodore. 253 

Wroy. John. 466 

Wright, Jack, 450 

Wright, Jon, 305 

Wright, Rosemary, 355, 378 

Wright, Stephen, 253 

Wulfkuhle, Anolee, 362, 382 

Wurster, Tom, 475 

Wymer, Anita, 474 

Wymon, Donald, 253. 305 

Wymon. Don, 340 



Yogi, Ronald, 350, 352 
Yohogo. Susan. 363 
Yole, Lauree. 253 
Yomakoshi. Som. 350 
Yomosoki. Linda, 350, 363 
Yamozoki, Mary, 339 
Yon. Horry. 466 
Yanogo. Suson. 253. 350. 363 
Yonogihoro, Irene, 253 
Yancey, Jonelle, 359,470 
Yoncey, Vicki, 253 
Yonkie, Suenell, 406 
Yossim. Beverly, 253 
Yolo, Howard. 350 
Yotabe. G.. 470 
Yotcok. Tim. 448 
Yee, Elaine, 372 
Yee, Helen. 350. 363 



Yig. Lee. 464 

Yih. Lee. 464 

Yip. Jacqueline. 333. 350 

Yoffee. Joonne, 333 

Yomontos, Gory, 428 

Yonemura, Dennis, 350, 352 

Yordan, Corl, 458 

Yorimoto, Beverly, 339, 350 

YosgotI, Alice, 374 

Yoshii, Lilian, 264, 474 

Yoshioko, Yoshimitsu. 342, 358 

Yoshizoki, Wayne, 350, 352 

Yost, Greg, 448 

Young, Beth, 332, 470 

Young, Bob, 424 

Young, Cathy, 396 

Young, Charles E., 112 

Young, Kori, 396 
Young, Horry, 253 
Young, Michele, 400 
Young, Sherry, 373 
Young, William. 452 
Young. Williom G.. 1 12 
Yuen, Joyce, 474 
Yuge, Joyce, 253 
Yunger, Borboro. 370 



Zohedi, Shohlo, 264 

Zoimo. Bill, 350 

Zamonigan, Terry, 444 

Zomberlin, Joanna, 378 

Zander, Jim, 444 

Zont, Mary, 336, 398 

Zanzot, Pete, 450 

Zoptiff, Carl, 426 

Zorote, Debby, 253, 308, 354, 355, 359 

386 
Zotlin, Kenneth, 253 
Zowolkowi, Lynne, 405 
Zozulio, Joel, 454 
Zecchini, Thomas. 253 
Zeimer. Jody. 311.332, 359,380 
Zelitzki, Tolmo, 253 
Zendel, R , 466 
Zesch, Lindo, 253 
Zimon, Al, 442 
Zimon, Byron, 253 
Zimmerman, Doug, 416 
Zimmerman, Kurt, 358 
Zimring, Stuart, 253, 432 
Zink. Norb. 458. 467 
Zirgulis. Allan, 462 
Ziskind, Karen, 253 
Ziskind, Trudi, 253 
Zogby, Cathy, 396 
Zrake, Jim, 450 
Zuck, Corol, 372 
Zweben, Art, 270, 456 



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Communication is the underlying theme of 
this book, although sometimes it lies so 
far under that it's difficult to find. Rather 
than dedicate this book to an individual, this 
year's editors chose to follow an idea: that we 
are not students, faculty, administration, 
and staff, but people. We all want to sav what 
we have to say and to find someone to listen. 
The University provides us with a multitude 
of channels for communication, and it is up 
to us to discover them, develop them, and 
use them to get our message across. We 
hope that we have presented a few new sides 
of UCLA and perhaps have caused you to 
re-examine the familiar and traditional aspects 
we often take for granted. 



SOUTHERN CAMPUS 68 

Published by the Associated Students 
University of California, Los Angeles. 

Editor-in-Chief and Designer: Ann Rieber 
Consulting Editor and Photographer: Lane Wipff 
Sports Editor and Photographer: Norm Levin 
Copy Editor: Sue Park 
Assistant Copy Editor: Phyllis Dubrow 
Business Manager: Dena Lieberman 
Greek Editor: Krista Schmidt 
Organizations Editor: Pat Connelly 
Secretaries: Sandy Glauser, Elayne Jacobsen, 
Pat Sours, Vicki Rieber, Christine Whitiock 
Editing Engineer: Bart Sokolow 
Index Assistant: Zero 



Southern Campus is a friendly staff with a 
friendly window. Sue, your copy was superb, 
and quite unique, yearbookwise. You said 
what we wanted to say and never got 
wishy-washy half way through. Hope you 
enjoy Indianapolis, and don't give up trying 
to convert them. Dena, you were a brave 
business manager, and I thank you for 
taking on that impossible task so bravely. But 
all was not lost-Dac will remain in our hearts. 
Krista, you couldn't have worked harder or 
have been more cheerful about your job. 
Norm, you made sports into something I 
could understand and appreciate. Your 
section is your own, and you can always be 
proud of your excellent photography, copy, 
and layouts. 

Danny and Zero, thank you for your long and 
friendly hours of encouragement. Hail to 
thee, oh Bob, ye fiddle-footed entrepeneur. 

My thanks to the Photography Department, 
Printing and Production, Publications Office, 
and Mr. Morris for all their time and hard 
work. 

Lane, I never could have survived without you, 
your dedication, your photography, and 
your inspiration. This book is really a part of 
you. 



ASUCLA Photography: Stan Troutman, Manager, 
Frank Halberg, Asst. Manager, Norm Schindler, 
Stretch Hussey, Stanley Mindel, Len Hartkemeier, 
Dean Berkus, Al Dugas, Nelson Salez 

Typography: ASUCLA Printing and Production 
Printer: American Yearbook Company 
Cover: S.K. Smith-Pacific 




And so, it's time to say goodby and move on. 
The second time is really harder. Southern 
Campus is a part of me now, and I have 
grown and learned from the experience of 
two years. I hope it's made a difference, 
because it's a very loving memory. 

Ann Rieber 
Editor-in-Chief 
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