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Volume L 
Published annually 
by the Associated 
Students of the 
University of Wyoming, 
Laramie, Wyoming 



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SECTION EDITORS 



TYME 


Ila Hansen 


LIFE 


Pat McKeown 


DEBUTANTE 


Jo Ann Simmons 


PLAYBOY 


Bob Gerhardt 




Lyle Rickert 


REGALITE 


Nancy Guthrie 


SPORTS ILLUSTRATED 


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PRESIDENT 
G.D. HUMPHREY 



Humphrey Emphasizes Physical Plant 




Progress tends to keynote the eighteen-year 
period which President G. D. Humphrey has serv- 
ed the University of Wyoming as its top official. 
During this time, twenty-eight additional build- 
ings have been added to the campus. The faculty 
has increased fourfold and more than twice as 
many degrees have been granted. The student 
population was listed as 1,005 as opposed to 4,849 
during the 1962-63 University year. 

President Humphrey came in 1945 from Mis- 
sissippi State College where he had served from 
the year 1934. He received his BA from Blue 
Mountain Collge, located at Blue Mountain, Mis- 
sissippi, his MA from the University of Chicago, 
his Ph.D. at Ohio State University at Columbus, 
Ohio, and two honorary degrees from the Uni- 
versity of Arizona and Ohio Wesleyan. 

When alums return and exclaim at the tre- 
mendous growth of Wyoming's only University, 
we realize most fully how UW and our President 
conform completely to this ever-growing and im- 
proving nation. 



President and Mrs. Humphrey with their son, Julius, and his wife, Mary Margaret, and grandchildren, Laurie 
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In Memoriam 



Albert Lawrence Keeney, 
Dean of Men at the Univer- 
sity of Wyoming, died Feb- 
ruary 3, 1963, in Eugene, 
Oregon. Dean Keeney had 
been on leave from the Uni- 
versity since July 1962. 

Born December 28, 1900 
in Montour, Iowa, Keeney 
received his bachelor's degree 
in economics at the Univer- 
sity of Wyoming and went 
on to Columbia University 
where he received his mas- 
ter's degree in 1935. 

Before being appointed 
UW's Dean of Men in 1946, 
Keeney had served the Wyo- 
ming school system in vari- 
ous ways. In 1923 he began 
work as superintendent of 
schools and served in that 
capacity in Byron, Cumber- 
land, Manderson, Osage, and 
Superior, for 23 years. 

He was a member of the 
Board of Trustees of the Uni- 
versity from 1943-46. During 
this period he was also Wyo- 



ming's representative on the 
National Council of Educa- 
tion. 

Residing in Laramie with 
his wife and family, Keeney 
was active in various civic af- 
, fairs. He was president of the 
Laramie Kiwanis Club in 
1949, and in 1952 he was dis- 
trict governor of the organi- 
zation. 

During his career as an 
educator, Keeney had several 
articles published in national 
magazines. His radio ad- 
dresses, entitled, "This is Our 
America," and "Our Foreign 
Policy", were printed in 
pamphlet form. 

While Keeney served as 
UW's Dean of Men, he was a 
student counsellor, and Fac- 
ulty Advisor to both Omicron 
Delta Kappa and Interfra- 
ternity Council. His interest 
in sports enabled him to 
serve as timekeeper at home 
football and basketball 
games. 



INDEX 



President of the University 

of Wyoming ... 6 
Governor of Wyoming 8 
Board of Trustees . . 9 
Administration ... 10 



Faculty .... 
The Campus . . . 
Military .... 
Student Government 



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Clifford Hansen 
Governor of Wyoming 



Board of Trustees is Gubernatorially Appointed 




Pictured above are the members of the Board of Trustees. Those standing are Roy Peck, Roy Chamberlain, Robert S. McCra- 
ken, G. D. Humphrey, President of the University; C. P. Hansen, President until his election to the Governorship; Harold Brough, and 
J. M. Mclntire. 

Members sitting are H ar °ld F. Newton, Mrs. Neil Bush, Secretary; L. W. "Jack" Jones, Vice President; John A. Reed, Trea- 
surer; John F. Sullivan, Russell I. Laird, and Miss Tom Womack, Deputy Secretary. 






The University of Wyoming, a state in- 
stitution, is provided for by the State Con- 
stitution. The government of the university 
remains in the hands of the Board of Trus- 
tees which is appointed by the Governor 
with the consent of the Senate. Supported 
by the State of Wyoming and the United 
States, The Board determines the Univer- 
sity's policies, approves all appointments, 
sets up the budget, and oversees all build- 
ing construction. 



The A dministration 




With 24 years of teaching and 
supervision experience behind 
him, Richard E. Kinder filled the 
position made vacant by A. L. 
Keeney. Dean Kinder remains in 
constant contact with the leaders 
of I.F.C., Student Senate, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, leadership honor- 
ary, and fraternity and dormitory 
leaders. He is always willing to 
give council to those students 
seeking advice. 



Deans of Women 
and Men Have 
Many Responsibilities 



Miss E. Luella Galliver, Dean 
of Women, has served U W's cam- 
pus for many years. Besides offer- 
ing guidance and advice to all 
women students, Dean Galliver 
sponsors Spurs, Chimes, and Mor- 
tar Board, remains in close contact 
with A. W. S., Panhellenic Coun- 
cil, and all sorority and campus 
leaders. She oversees all sorority 
housemothers and dorm mothers 
in the fulfillment of their respon- 
sibilities. 




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A 1962 addition to the University, 
David W. Buei serves in capacity of 
Director of Information and Special 
Services. Prior to his Wyoming job, 
Buel attained experience as newspaper 
reporter and public relations represen- 
tative. 



Since 1946, Robert H. Bruce has held 
the position of Dean of the Graduate 
School. Educated specifically in the 
fields of psychology and philosophy, 
Mr. Bruce has held professorships in the 
Universities of Texas, California, and 
Hawaii. 



The University's Dean of Academic 
Affairs, John Chalmers, has been active 
in many special college and university 
programs on education. A relative new- 
comer to Wyoming, Dean Chalmers has 
served as a visiting economics professor 
to many Universities. 



Charles Chase received his Bachelor's 
Degree in 1933 and his Master's Degree 
in 1937 at the University of Wyoming. 
He began his upward climb in the Ad- 
missions Office in 1949. Since then he 
has been appointed to the post of Super- 
visor of Admissions. 



A familiar face in the counseling cen- 
ter is that of Dr. Harry Sharp. His back- 
ground in psychology justifies his posi- 
tion as supervisor of the counseling 
Center and explains the innovations he 
has presented in that capacity. 



R. E. McWhinnie, University Regis- 
trar, handles the direction of the huge 
process of registration of students each 
semester. His name is the first that 
freshmen come into contact with at the 
University. He received his Bachelor of 
Science degree at the University of Wyo- 
ing and his Master's Degree at Stanford 
in 1934. 




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Dick Brown, University of Wyoming 
Alumni Director, is a resident of Lara- 
mie although his hometown is Chey- 
enne. He graduated from the Uni- 
versity in 1956 and has since served 
as Alumni Director. 



Robert Prahl was first hired for 
work on the University's buildings 
and grounds when he was in high 
school. He has served in various 
capacities since 1928, an interval 
broken only by service in the mili- 
tary. 




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A native of Laramie and graduate of 
Laramie High, Jim Crow attended 
the University of Wyoming. He as- 
sumed the position of Union Pro- 
gram Coordinator in 1959- 



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Director of the Union, Maurice See- 
man, was first employed by the Uni- 
versity in 1961. He previously at- 
tended South Dakota State College, 
where he directed a student Union 
and a men's dormitory. 



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Last summer, Dr. Ray Frantz was 
added to the University faculty as 
Head Librarian. He has had experi- 
ence directing libraries of the Uni- 
versities of Illinois, Richmond, and 
Ohio State. 





The Faculty 



College of Arts and Sciences 



Bottom Row: Nelle, Language; 
Knight, Geology; Boyle, Art. Top 
Row: Biggs, Journalism; Smith, 
English; Northen, Botany. 





Head of the botany department for 29 
years, W. E. Solheim is now acting Dean of 
Arts and Sciences. Dean Solheim has been 
author and co-author of numerous scientific 
articles and he is a nationally known specialist 
on Rocky Mountain fungi. He is very inter- 
ested and active in civic work. As an exponent 
of the city manager form of government, Sol- 
heim was instrumental in bringing it to Laramie. 



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College of Agriculture 




In 1937 Dr. Neal W. Hilston was an emergency 
professor at the University of Wyoming. Eight years 
later he joined the faculty permanently for teaching 
and research work. In 1958 he was appointed Dean 
of Agriculture. Dr. Hilston has been the author of 
over 50 papers for popular and scientific publications 
and his accomplishments are recorded in numerous 
Who's Whos. Active in many organizations, Dean 
Hilston has held important offices in the American 
Society of Animal Production. 



Neal W. Hilston 
Dean of Agriculture 



Agriculture Department Heads - left to right: Lang, Plant Science; Graham, Agricultural Information; Boyle, 
Home Economics; Stratton, Animal Science; McColloch, Agricultural Biochemics; Vanvig, Agricultural Economics. 



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College of Engineering 




H. T. Person 

Dean of College of Engineering 



Dean H. T. Person, of the college of Engi- 
neering, received his Bachelor of Science de- 
gree at South Dakota State in 1925, his Mas- 
ters Degree at Iowa State in 1927, his Civil 
Engineering Degree at South Dakota State in 
1931. He was appointed to the position of 
Dean of Engineering in 1948 and has headed 
that post ever since. 



The program of the Engineering 
College of the University of Wyoming 
is organized and carried on under the 
following departments: Civil and ar- 
chitectural Engineering headed by A. J. 
McGaw, Electrical Engineering headed 
by Edward Lonsdale, Mechanical and 
Airenautical Engineering headed by 
Robert Sutherland, and Petroleum En- 
gineering headed by Donald L. Stin- 
son, all under the direction of H. T. 
Person and his assistant, R. Morgan. 

All the departments of this college 
offer a four year Bachelor of Science 
degree in Engineering. 

The college of engineering is hous- 
ed in one of the largest buildings on 
campus. This building consists of a 
main hall, lecture and drafting rooms, 
and labs. Experiments carried on in 
these rooms lead the way for Engineers 
of tomorrow. 



Assistant Dean of the College of 
Engineering, R. Morgan 




Dean of Civil and Architectural 
Engineering, A. J. McGraw 



Electrical Engineering 
Edward Lonsdale 



Department Head of Mechanical 
Engineering, Robert Sutherland 



Department Head of Petroleum 
Engineering, Donald L. Stinson 








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The College of Education 




John A. Marvel, Dean of Education 



Frank Kraus, Placement 




The College of Edu- 
cation is a professional 
school whose purpose is 
to prepare students. 

This College includes 
the Division of Under- 
graduate Teacher Edu- 
cation, the Division of 
Graduate Study, and the 
Division of Educational 




John W. Gates, Director of Adult Education 



Services. 

The Division of Undergraduate Teacher Education 
includes the foundation program required of all students 
who are candidates for undergraduate degrees in the Col- 
lege. 

The Division of Graduate Study provides a founda- 
tion program for all students majoring in the seven areas 
of study offered by the College. 

The Division of Educational Services includes Re- 
cruitment, Placement, Follow-up, the Curriculum and 
Research Center, and Personnel Services for the Extension 
division. 

Dean of Education, John A. Marvel, assumed this 
post in 1962. He has been associated with the University 
since 1955. 

He received his Bachelor's Degree at Northwestern 
State College in Oklahoma, his Master's Degree and his 
Doctorate in Education at the University of Oklahoma in 
Norman, Oklahoma. 




Rita Campbell, 

Director of Women's P.E. 



Randy Watkins, 
Director of Men's P.E. 







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College of Law Library 



College of Law 



Frank Trelease 

Dean of the Law College 



The University of Wyoming is fortun- 
ate to have an excellent law school which 
was founded in 1920. The aim of the Col- 
lege of Law is to provide thorough train- 
ing that will equip the student to practice 
law in accordance with the highest profes- 
sional standards. Although this college has 
a comparatively small enrollment it holds 
the highest standards of professional re- 
sponsibiity. The graduates of the Law Col- 
lege are approved by the American Bar 
Association. 

The College of Law publishes the Wyo- 
ming Law Journal under auspices of the 
College and Wyoming State Bar. 

This college is headed by Frank Tre- 
lease, who received his B.A. at the Univer- 
sity of Colorado in 1937, and his L.L.B. in 
1938 at the same institution. He has been 
a Professor of Law since 1945. In I960 he 
was appointed to the position of Dean of 
the College of Law. 




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The College of 
Commerce and Industry 



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Floyd K. Harmston 
Economic Research 



M. Clare Mundell, who has been Dean of the College 
since 1949, worked effectively for the construction of the 
new building. 

He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in 1928 and 
his Masters Degree in 1939 at the University of Wyoming. 
Mundell became a certified Public Accountant in the state 
of Wyoming the same year that he was appointed Dean 

The College of Commerce and Industry is housed in one of 
the newest buildings on campus. Classes were started in this 
building at the beginning of Spring Semester of 1962. 

The College includes four academic departments: Account- 
ing, Business Administration, Secretarial Science and Statistics, 
as well as a Division of Business and Economic Research. 

The dominant aspect of education for business is change — 
change in concepts and change in techniques. The aim of the 
College is to educate the future business leader. The approach is 
highly integrative and interdisciplinary. Courses in the College 
add directly to a foundation program in the College of Arts and 
Sciences. Specialization of the undergraduate level is kept within 
the general area of course concentration. 




Jean Messer 
Accounting 



Jack Routson 

Business Administration 



Laura H. Summers 
Secretarial Science 



Timon Walther 
Statistics 



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The College of Nursing 



Amelia Leino 

Dean of the College of Nursing 



College of Pharmacy 



The College of Pharmacy is located 
in Merica Hall and is a member of the 
American Association of Colleges of 
Pharmacy. 

Since the time of its organization, 
this association has functioned con- 
tinuously as an instrument for the im- 
provement of pharmaceutical educa- 
tion in the United States. It strives to 
develop a good sense of responsibility 
in its students. 

Dean O'Day has just changed the 
College from a four year to a five year 
program. Dean O'Day has been at the 
University since 1946; he became Dean 
in 1948. After receiving his Bachelor 
of Science in Pharmacy in 1926, he 
earned his Masters Degree in 1928 at 
the University of Colorado. He receiv- 
ed his Ph.D. at Iowa State University 
in 1939. 



The College of Nursing was estab- 
lished in 1957 as a separate unit of the 
University, offering a pre-service pro- 
fessional nursing program in its edu- 
cational system. It promotes three aims 
for students: first, to become profes- 
sional practitioners of nursing, second, 
to enrich personal lives, and third, to 
prepare for effective citizenship. 

This College is headed by Amelia 
Leino, who received her Nursing Di- 
ploma at the Cook County School of 
Nursing in 1934, her Bachelor of Sci- 
ence Degree at Columbia University 
in 1948, and her Masters Degree in 
1955 at the same institution. Miss 
Leino became Dean of the Nursing 
College in 1957, the same year it was 
founded. 



David O'Day 

Dean of the College of Pharmacy 




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THE CAMPUS 



Old Main was called one 
of the "finest University 
buildings in America" when 
it was constructed in 1887 
for 50,000 dollars. After an 
extensive improvement and 
expansion program started in 
1948, this venerable building 
is now used for offices of ad- 
ministration. 



When students arrived for the 
62' fall semester, they were intro- 
duced to the new sight of Crane- 
Hill Hall, the recently completed 
men's dorm. This beautiful build- 
ing is a part of the University's 
extensive construction program 
which has unveiled the appearan- 
ce of the Nursing College, the 
Commerce and Industry Building, 
and Ross Hall, the new women's 
dorm. 



This year a record number of 
students began the 1962-1963 
school year by picking up class 
cards in the old Half Acre Gymna- 
sium. That's where the old gave 
way to the new. New students; a 
record number. A new registra- 
tion system; it works. And new 
buildings. They rank UWs physi- 
cal plant among the most beauti- 
ful and most complete in the na- 
tion. 





William Robertson Coe Library, named for its benefactor, was completed in 1958. This "million dollar" building contains 300,000 
volumes, 700,000 documents, and 1,800 different periodicals, and can seat 1,000 students at one time. 




Headquarters for the student health service and the nursing college, the 
Studer.t Health Center, is one of the newer buildings on campus. It was 
finished in 1961 as a part of an eleven million dollar building program 
layed out by the 1959 State legislature. 



Although the Bureau of Mines is not considered 
a building of the University, it was erected in 
the traditional campus stone by the Department 
of Interior of the United States. Many students 
from the University are employed here for re- 
search work. 




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The Aven Nelson Building, 
once serving the University 
as its library, stands now 
as an administrative and 
classroom center after be- 
ing remodeled in 1959. 




Recently built, the Home 
Management House of the 
University houses those upper 
class women majoring in 
Home Economics. The house 
is run entirely by its occupants 
and offers an excellent op- 
portunity for practical ex- 
perience. 



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The native brick Graduate 
School is the center of stu- 
dents desiring a higher edu- 
cation. 





The Wyoming Field House, dedicated in December of 1951, sets the stage for the Cowboys' basket- 
ball and wrestling competition. 



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University of Wyoming's Agriculture Building houses the College or Agriculture which otters excellent courses and facilities. 
Erected in 1949 and 1950 this building occupies the equivalent of a whole city block. 







The Arts and Science Building is the center of The UW campus. Its college contains 
one of the largest memberships, all those who are preparing "for complete living". 




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One of the larger colleges on campus cites as its center, the Engineering Hall. This large building, made of tra- 
ditional stone was erected in 1927, and the Petroleum Aeronotics wing was added to the building in I960. 

Half- Acre Gym faces Prexy's Pasture and when erected in 1925 was claimed "largest and best equipped west of the Mississippi." It 
is now used for physical education and R.O.T.C. 








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The Law Building, a modern structure of traditional stone containing a substantial library, was completed in 1953. 



The Building and Grounds, completed in 1953 is the headquarters for the campus police and other campus services. Additions were add- 
ed in 1955 and 1962. 





One of the older buildings on campus is the Chemistry-Zoology Building which was built in 1912 and has held 
countless students since that date. 



"The whole power of education must be used" is the caption over the attractive Education Building which was erected in 1949. 
This building serves as a school for grade and high schools as well as college and graduate students. 




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Although recently completed men's dorms 
have eased the burden of Wyo Hall, it re- 
mains popular because of its location. 



Built on the site of an old graveyard, 
Knight Hall retains a reputation of being 
comfortable. 




Now in its second year of use, Ross Hall is favored by many coeds for its modern and practical aspects. 



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The University's newest edition in residence dormitories, Crane and Hill Halls, have made possible the new rul- 
ing that freshman men must live on campus. 



Within the walls of the Athletic Dorm reside Cowboy athletes. 




1962-63 plans for women's housing originally excluded the use of 
aging Hoyt Hall, but record enrollment has again populated this 
oldest of the women's dorms. 





Wyoming's geology department ranks among the top in the nation. Its activities are centered in the beautiful Geology Building, which 
was expanded and remodeled in 1955. 



Finished and ready for class just last spring, the Commerce and Industry Building is one of the new- 
est on campus. Its beautiful exterior offers students the most modern classrooms and equipment. 



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When completed in 1908, the present Merica Pharmacy building was used as a freshman women's dormitory, and the 
basement housed classrooms for art students. 



The most popular building on Campus is UWs Student Union 
Building. The book store, the fountain room, the bowling alley, 
barber shop, pool room, card room, offices for the Student Senate, 
Branding Iron, WYO and other clubs are all located here. 




Once used as the University's book store, the post office 
offers postal service for all students and faculty. The 
building, completed in 1949, houses both the art depart- 
ment and the post office. 




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Military 



Army ROTC 

These pages represent the University of Wyo- 
ming ROTC unit and its function. The ROTC unit 
has been a part of the University since 1891 and 
at present supports a Brigade consisting of two 
batallions. The first Batallion consists of MS 1 or 
freshman cadets, who make four companies called 
A, B, C, and D companies. The Second Batallion 
has two companies of MS 2 or sophomore cadets, 
an honor guard, a drum and bugle corps, and a 
color guard. 

The function of Army ROTC is to give the 
young men of the university a background and 
basic understanding of the working United States 
Army and it's tasks in the future as well as the 
past, and to find men who are interested and quali- 
fied for commissioned officers in the U.S. Army. 

Freshmen attend class once a week and learn 
such things as proper care and firing of weapons 
and the way the Army is made up. Sophomores 
have class two times a week to learn map reading, 
small unit tactics, and military history. Cadet of- 
ficers attend regularly scheduled classes on mili- 
tary work and functions in order to learn to be 
officers upon graduation from college. 

Cadets, cadet officers, and commanding of- 
ficers, who are Army regulars, attend drill twice 
a week for half of the Fall and Spring Semesters. 
In drill the cadets learn the art of Army Drill and 
Ceremony by practicing marching movements as 
a Brigade, batallions, companies, and squads. The 
cadet officers who command the marching corps 
of men receive practice at commanding from the 
brigade to the individual soldier. 

Army ROTC Staff, Bottom Row: Major Charles Reed, Colonel Authur Hodges, Captain Thomas Chitwood, 
Captain James Presley; Top Row, Master Sergeant Francis Whitter, Master Sergeant Robert Gultz, Master Sergeant 
Richard Armstrong, S.F.C. Jess E. Dugen, S.F.C. Ray A. Barr. 




Colonel Authur Hodges 



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Scabbard and Blade Sponsor Corpettes 



To further the military traditions of the 
cadet corps at the University of Wyoming, 
to sponsor the color guard for the home 
games, corpetts and the Military Ball, re- 
mains the objectives of Scabbard and Blade. 
This honorary organization consists of those 
members in advanced Army ROTC who 
have maintained a high military standing. 



The Military Year terminates with 
Governor's Day when awards are given. 
All shoes are shined to a gleaming glisten 
and members of Scabbard and Blade pre- 
sent their men at their very best marching 
form. 

Bill Shaffer served as the Cadet Com- 
mander this year. 



Bottom Row left to right: Clyde Burke, Clyde Wilson, Jim Bublitz, Bill Shaffer, Lourn Downing, Piersall. Top Row left to right: 
Bill Nota, Bruce Wilcox, Jerry Calkins, Bill Clark, Ken Murphy, Tom Stewart, John Kipers, Ted Shawter. 




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Army ROTC Color Guard. 



In Dress Uniform the Army prepares to 
march. 





The Drum and Bugle Corps 
provides a marching beat as 
well as music for drill, parades, 
and special performances. Here 
they are assembled for Gover- 
nor's Day. 



Here the members of the 
Army ROTC become ac- 
quainted with military tac- 
tics at one of their educa- 
tional meetings. 





The men's rifle team of the University of Wyoming compete with other Universities. In this 
competition they demonstrate good character, sportsmanship and self control. 

Back Row left to right: Bob Immel, John Nunn, Jim O'Connor, John Hermansen, Terry Micky. 
Second Row: Terry Graves, Lawrence Cheesbrough, Merle Tucker, Don Miller. First Row: Charles 
Jenkins, Tom Burdick, Dee Mauch. 



Back Row, left to right: Tom 
Burdick, John Hermansen, 
John Nunn, Bob Immel, Jim 
O'Connor, Sergeant Gultz. 
Front Row: Terry Micky, Don 
Miller, Lawrence Cheesbrough, 
Dee Mauch. 




Air Force ROTC 







Col. John E. Laybourn is the commander of AFROTC Detach- 
ment 940. 



During the first two years 
of a basic cadet's enrollment 
in Air Force ROTC, it is the 
objective to motivate a desire 
in him to serve as a future of- 
ficer on the aerospace team. 
Once a cadet has chosen to 
enter advanced ROTC and 
has passed both mental and 
physical examinations, he is 
given a thorough education 
in the fundamentals needed 
to produce an outstanding 
Air Force officer. Upon grad- 
uation, the ROTC cadet is 
commissioned a second lieu- 
tenant in the United States 
Air Force, ready to begin a 
rewarding and fulfilling ca- 
reer. 

Not all young men who 
grauate from AFROTC ne- 
cessarily go on to become pi- 
lots. Rather, the Air Force en- 
courages its cadets to select 
that field of the Air Force 
which most appeals to them. 
Most of the time this decision 
will hinge upon the cadet's 
chosen field in college. In 
this way the cadet, his uni- 
versity, and the Air Force are 
working hand in hand to pro- 
duce valuable and needed 
leaders for our country. 

Members of the detachment staff are - Bottom Row left to right: 
Capt. James G. McDonald, Warren McLennan, Ursula Sievert, 
Capt. Richard E. Lakey. Middle Row: Col. John E. Laybourn, 
Sgt. Richard B. Parsons, Sgt. Edwin F. Crackin, Lt. Col. George 
Kaynovich. Top Row: Sgt. Thomas R. Wallace, Sgt. Algerdas 
Guzauskas 



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Bottom Row left to right: Lyle Rickert, Robert Scheikel, Peter Anchor, George Porter, Lael Henderson, Les Golden, Robert Jones, 
David Schewoman, George Gaines, Daniel Kadel. Middle Row: Alvin Young, Edward Winchell, Thomas R. Cole, Robert P. Jackson, 
Eric Grassman, John Delair, Tracy Roland, Bryan Sheedy. Top Row: Edward Hudson, Ronald Nystrum, Timothy Bemmer, Michael 
Hedbund, Barry Vermilyea, Kenneth Mizner, Darryl Smith, Jerry O'Neal, Jerry Searcy. 



Arnold Air Society 



The Arnold Air Society is an 
honorary organization composed 
of cadets in advanced Air Force 
ROTC. It is the goal of this or- 
ganization to choose those advan- 
ced cadets whose moral character, 
academic standing, and leadership 
ability will be an asset to AAS, 
both locally and nationally. By set- 
ting these high standards, not only 
does Arnold Air benefit but the 
cadet is aso benefitted by what he 
does to promote and uphold the 
objectives of aerospace power. 

Once a cadet has been pledged 
to AAS, he strives toward active 
membership by performing such 
functions as guarding at athletic 
events, ushering for university ac- 
tivities, and performing various 



work details. Formal initiation 
takes place several months later 
at a very impressive initiation 
ceremony. 

Arnold Air Society's major ac- 
tivities this year were the sponsor- 
ing of the military ball, a success- 
ful blood drive, and serving for 
the university at various athletic 
and extra-curricular events. The 
Angels, an organization of univer- 
sity coeds, are also under the spon- 
sorship of Arnold Air Society. Be- 
sides their various services and 
social projects, the members also 
took several trips to neighboring 
Air Force bases. 

Lael Henderson was the cadet 
commander of the group this year. 



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Air Force Cadets Receive Honors 



Student Colonel Golden receives 
honors on Governor's Day. 




Cadet Spragg receives congratulations from Lt. Col. 
Krynovich. 




Lt. Col. George Krynovich congratulates Cadet Erving Mantey 
upon receiving the Chicago Tribune Silver Medal. 



Cadet Dan Kadel is honored for his high academic 
achievement. 



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The honor flight displays the precision drill which won the 
flight many honors. 



Our nation's colors are proudly displayed 
by the cadet honor guard. 




A member of the Angel Flight is 
presented to a flight of AFROTC 
cadets. 



Governor's Day 






leadership tech- 
participating in 
the school year 



Besides attending classes which deal 
with the aerospace age, the cadet gains 
valuable knowledge in 
niques by planning and 
weekly drill periods. As 
nears its end, ROTC cadets of both the Ar- 
my and Air Force put the lessons they have 
learned in drill on display by participating 
in the annual Governor's Day. Thus an- 
other successful year draws to an end with 
each cadet assured that he made his small 
contribution to success. 





Governor Jack Gage is escorted on a review of 
the cadet formation. 



Visiting dignitaries prepare to take part in another Governor': 
Day. 



Everything is in readiness as Air Force Cadets prepare to pass in review. 



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Each year a number of new 
girls become initiated into the 
Angel Flight sponsored by the 
Arnold Air Society. Here the 
officers prepare for the initia- 
tion ceremony. 




Angels and Corpettes in Action 



At the Corpette tea a number of girls are considered to 
become members of the honorary group sponsored by the 
Army ROTC. 




Corpettes 










Kneeling left to right: Jane McBride, Judy Schneider, Susan Knecht, Mary Ponder. Second Row left to right: Sara Burdick, Ginger 
Newton, Ginny Lee, Bobby Thatcher, Sharon Luond, Maggie Webster, Tonia Rulli, Sharon O'Melia. Standing left to right: Karen 
Bjorn, Karen Hill, Linda Moore, Meriam Cooper, Kathy Thompson, Karin Felt, Suzanne Mattson, Judy Ziegler, Nancy Twitchell, 
Wadetta Ricketts. 



Chosen by Scabbard and Blade, the 
advanced ROTC group, these gals are 
the army now." Each year this 



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honorary group organization ushers 
at all the basketball and football games 



and marches at one game in the spring. 
They ride in cars during the Homecom- 
ing and all military parades, and they 
collaborate with all military personnel 
in planning the annual Military Ball. 



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A ngels 




Seated left to right: Theo Strannigan, Connie Rohn, Mary Orr, Marian Delaurante. Second Row left to right: Lydia Swanson, Paula 
Zancanella, Sally Davidson, Donna Whitington, Lila Gallagher, Sue Hitchcock, Connie Steele, Darleen Tippitts, Lisa Laybourn. Top 
Row left to right: Toni Welsh, Susie Trowe, Cindy Torkelson, Avie Keyes, Roseva McDaniel, Helen Bishop, Charlene Tague, Sara 
Payne. 



The Angels at Wyo U can be re- 
cognized around campus by their uni- 
forms of sky blue. This honorary group 
is selected by Arnold Air Society on the 
basis of poise, personality, appearance 
and attractiveness. These factors are 
discovered by application and inter- 
views. 

These gals act as hostesses at military 



functions during the year, give one 
exhibition drill, and march in univer- 
sity and military parades. They attend 
Arnold Air Society Initiations and 
sponsor a rifle team. 

The Archangel this year was Lila 
Gallagher, with Donna Rae McHale 
as secretary, the second in command. 



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Student Body President, Frank Mendicino 



Student Senate 



Senate Reports 

by Gwini Adams 



A Student Senate with plenty of fuel but 
not too many fires tried and tried again but 
never quite got off the ground. 

At its first meeting the Senate decided to 
take their annual fall trip to the Wyoming- 
Texas Western game at El Paso. During the 
next meeting they reversed their decision and 
decided to go to the Utah State game in Logan. 

The "casual" approach became the fad. 
Thereafter Frank Mendicino, ASUW president, 
used the term in connection with the proposed 
poster cheating campaign. The bill was defeated. 

At the same meeting, the Senate Elections 
Committee read their first set of rules for the 
homecoming election. The rules stated that 
there would be two finalists and that students 
would vote for one candidate in the primaries. 
(This election was later known in some circles 
as "The Great Queen Scandal.") 

Hugh McFadden, A&S Senator, introduced 
a bill to send a letter of recommendation to the 
book store for more browsing space, a better 
selection of books, not so much space for trinkets 
and more and better books. 



Student Body Vice-President, Tom Lee 



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McFadden later found that 
some action had already been 
taken on the matter and re- 
quested the Senators to de- 
feat the bill. 

Other business, considered 
to be some of the biggest 
piece of legislation to go be- 
fore the ASUW Senate in the 
last two years, the Senate rec- 
ommended to the Board of 
Trustees that fifty cents be 
added to the student activity 
card for financial support of 
the UW theatre. 

At this time the "great 
homecoming scandal" oc- 
curred. Because of a mis- 
count, Judy Ziegler and Lila 
Gallagher were announced 
by the Senate Elections Com- 
mittee as the two Homecom- 
ing finalists. Karen Hill was 
third. When the mistake 
(100 votes in Judy Ziegler's 
favor) was found, rumors 
flew as to what action would 
be taken. Finally, after sev- 
eral emergency meetings of 
the elections committee, Ka- 
ren Hill and Lila Gallagher 
were announced to be the of- 
ficial finalists. 

There, of course, was "hell 
to pay" afterwards when 
Georgia Mandis, Ross Half s 
candidate for homecoming 
queen, came to Senate with 
the complaint ( a well known 
fact by then) that the elec- 
tions had been unfair. She 
also suggested that the Sen- 
ate do something about this— 
but no suggestions were of- 
fered. 

In one of their more elab- 
orate efforts, the Senators 
heard an appeal from T. S. 
Sharma asking for student 
aid to India in their border 
war with Red China. "This 
valuable help," said Sharma, 
"Will aid a peaceful nation 
like that of your own which 
is engaged in fighting for the 
cause of democracy." So, 
plunging into national af- 
fairs, the Senate discussed the 
McMahon line, India's posi- 
tion in world opinion, objec- 



tiveness of the press and the 
University's moral obliga- 
tion. 

Only 20 students attended 
the Senate meeting held in 
the ballroom to accommo- 
date the crowd. But those 
that were there were treated 
to an Indian-Red China de- 
bate that could only be 
equaled at the Security Coun- 
cil. 

After lengthy discussion, 
the Senators approved the 
Indian Defense Bill by a vote 
of 18-5. After holding a 
dance and taking a collection 
at one of the basketball 
games, the Senate collected 
some money to send to India. 

Senators defeated the bill 
which would have provided 
a bus running from the cam- 
pus to the Medicine Bow Ski 
Area, on the grounds that 
"We a political group, can- 
not back a private enter- 
prise." 

The proposed bill to pur- 
chase 27 white wool sweaters 
for the Senators for the pur- 
pose of "identification" was 
also defeated. Besides not 
having sufficient funds for 
the sweaters, Art Greeno, 
A&S Senator, said "If a stu- 
dent has an issue he wants to 
introduce, he will find a 
Senator without running 
around looking for someone 
in a white sweater." 

Later, Jerry Seaman, phar- 
macy senator, introduced a 
more logical idea asking for 
"suggestion boxes" in the 
colleges. 

Other Senate activities dur- 
ing the year included the an- 
nual United Fund Drive, as- 
signment of organizations to 
offices on the third floor of 
the Union, the Sponsorship 
of the Les Elgart dance, and 
the Highwaymen, and the 
introduction of minor bills 
varying from asking for 
more sidewalks, to appropri- 
ating money for the Denver 
Symphony Orchestra concert. 




ASUW Secretary, Billie Hacker 



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U. W. Student Senate in session 



Senate Statistics 



The student Senate is made up of 24 members elect- 
ed from their various colleges by students registered in 
that college. Senators are chosen in proportion to the en- 
rollment in their college. The college of Arts and Sciences 
has the largest enrollment and seats seven senators in the 
Student lawmaking body. The College of Education spon- 
sors five, while Engineers send four to legislate. Com- 
merce and Industry also seats four followed by the Agri- 
cultural College with two, while the Nursing College, 
Pharmacy College, and the College of Law account for 
one each. 

Each member of Student Senate is on at least two of 
the 18 committees. The committees are classified as Execu- 
tive, Academic Improvement, Activities and Traditions, 
Elections, Finance, Freshman Orientation, Public Exer- 
cises, Publicity, Public Relations, Social, Student Loan, 
Union Management, Publications, Wyo Days, Building 
and Grounds, Athletic, Traffic Appeals, Married Students, 
and University Relations. 



Karen Augsback 
Nursing 




Ed Pexton 
Agriculture 




Lola Horton 
Agriculture 



Dave McElroy 
Education 



Kathy Thompson 
Education 



Mel Gennatti 
Education 



Linda Sheehan 
Education 



Jerry Seaman 
Pharmacy 



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John Bellamy 
Electrical Engineering 



Bob Brater 
Electrical Engineering 



Tony Dunn 
General Engineering 



Sam Mauk 

Mechanical Engineering 



Gale Davis 
Arts & Sciences 





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Arts & Sciences 



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Konrad Jaraush 
Arts & Sciences 





Hugh McFadden 
Arts & Sciences 



Randy Murphy 
Arts & Sciences 



Maggie Webster 
Arts & Sciences 



Duane Woodard 
Arts & Sciences 



Gary Palmer 
Commerce 



Sally Stoddard 
Commerce 




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Photographic Essay 

Features throughout the Year 1962-1963 

Story of the Year 

Dr. Knight retires after obtaining world-wide fame 

Bandfronts 

University of Wyoming Twirlers; Marching band; 
Chamber Band; Chorus; Instructors. 

Publications 

WYO Staff; Directory; Journalism Honoraries; Branding 
Iron Staff. 

Spot Lights 

Who's Who! 

Departments 

Religion 

Politics 

Clubs 

Honoraries 

Engineering 



Entertainment 



Drama 



Greek Glimpses 



Editors: Pat McKeown; 
Andee Lou Ward; Bonnie 
Bargur. 



Photography: Herb Pow- 
nell-Cover; Bob Warner- 
Features; Mr. Kaye- Or- 
ganizations. 



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Water-Vital to Campus Life 



The water sprinkling system on the much traveled Prexy's 
Pasture is an artistic pattern seldom seen by the "typical" UW student. 
The reason: Robert Prahl's grounds' crew turns the huge faucets on 
at daylight for two hours or so before students begin arising for their 
8 o'clock classes. The thousands of gallons of water sprinkled three 
times weekly usually begin in early May to make Prexy's Pasture one 
of the beautiful spots on campus. It is the life of the campus, because 
most UW students cross the zig-zagged sidewalks or make a straight 
path from Ross Hall to the Ag Building at least twice daily. Even Coney 
Island would have difficulty competing with persons per square foot 
with Prexy's Pasture sidewalks during the 10-minute break between 
classes. 



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An Excellent Environment for Education 




Although the University of Wyo- 
ming is situated in a climate where it 
is fabled that only cactus grows, its 
campus has a reputation for beauty. 
The scene above, from the Old Main 
corner of the campus, justifies that re- 
putation. 



Students near the Arts 
and Sciences College exploit 
the warmth of autumn sun- 
shine. Fall of '62 was mark- 
ed by absence of the Pea- 
nut Pond, removed for rea- 
sons of architectural insta- 
bility. 




Registration Rush 
Begins Semester 





Hungry students arrived early to 
partake of the Chuckwagon Feed. 
The servings were generous and no 
one left hungry, although the total 
number of seconds and thirds was 
astounding ! ! 



Chuckwagon Feed 
Attracts Many 



Tanned pepsters were on hand to 
promote student enthusiasm for the 
Saturday football game. New cheers 
were introduced by these peppy gals 
who did all in their power to unify 
Wyoming University Students into 
a united cheering squad. 



Casually seated on the Armory floor, UW students eagerly ate their din- 
ner as the UW band played background music. Naturally as soon as the 
peals of "Cowboy Joe" were heard, everyone in the audience jumped 
up and began clapping. Needless to say, many hot dogs and pickles were 
sacrificed in the process. 




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Each fall, in the informal atmos- 
phere of teas, Angels and Corpettes 
acquaint themselves with coeds who 
in turn are introduced to the pur- 
poses and responsibilities of those 
groups. Above, Air Force personnel 
chat at the gathering of Angels and 
prospective members. 



Below, Corpettes and their guests use the tea as 
an excuse to mingle the casual conversation and 
laughter of fall enthusiasm. 




Corpettes, Angels Review 
Prospective Members At 
Annual Teas 




Innocently, the subject of a rough inspection, a prospective Cor- 
pette placidly retains poise under fire. 




The "Rush" into Activities 




The "Rush" into activities is epi- 
tomized in the pre-registration events 
at the sorority houses. Transported 
on a wave of parties, smiles, and 
questions like, "What's your major?" 
rushees are carried breathlessly to 
Saturday morning and sorority bids. 
Entertainment, refreshments, and a 
selective attempt on both the part 
of the rushee and sorority are all 
an integral part of this exciting 
week, a week to be anticipated and 
remembered by Freshmen. 



The upper-classmen, too, will well 
remember this hectic week. Hours 
of planning and practicing, late 
nights, and snacks caught on the run 
keep upper-classmen busy through- 
out Rush Week. Trying hard to "keep 
smiling, no matter what happens", 
sorority girls learn just a little bit 
of being gracious and a lot about 
themeslves, and await just as anxious- 
ly as the rushees, that fateful Satur- 
day morning, when they will smiling- 
ly welcome "new sisters". 




Starting everything off with a bang-the crack 
of a cannon begins every football game. This 
is undoubtedly one of the favorite tours of 
duty for the ROTC boys and one of the fa- 
vorite traditions of the student body 



Football 
Features 
Success! 



Season 
Excitement, 



Encouragement or admonition? - it's 
hard to tell, but by the look on 
Coach Eaton's face, it's a very serious 
talk that he is giving to his boys in 
a pre-game warm up. 



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Anxiety and Hope Spell Preoccupied Spirit 
on the faces of the crowd as the football 
team disputes a call of penalty 




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Good Weather, Victory, 
Mark Homecoming. 




"Floatful of Fillies" were gathered during the Home- 
coming parade and proceeded to keep time with the 
music. 



This is one of the many outstanding 
floats which were submitted for jud- 
ging during this year's Homecoming 
Parade whose theme was Century 21. 
Luckily for this coed the day dawn- 
ed bright and warm. 




The Crowning Glory of Homecoming 




A perfect way to set the mood for a per- 
fect weekend is the traditional Homecom- 
ing "Sing". Alumnae, students, and parents 
reminisce and remind themselves of the 
good old days past and the better days to 
come. It seems only fitting that vivacious 
young college woman reigns over the fes- 
tivities. And so on "Sing" night, through 



a rustling of excited anticipation, the Home- 
coming queen is announced. Breathess 
sighs, giggles, and sheer relief is exhibited 
on the part of the new queen, Karen Hill, 
and her attendant, Lila Gallagher. Home- 
coming ... a traditional way to start off a 
new year of collegiate activities. 




Little International 
Invites Action, Fun. 



The Little Internation- 
al gives students on this 
campus a real opportu- 
nity to prove its Wyo- 
ming spirit. Ride 'em 
Cowboy rings through 
the air, and the atmos- 
phere crackles with fun 
and excitement. 



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Skiers Dreams 
Come True at 
50 Below 



Feeling the nip of sub-zero weather, 
students of UW garbed themselves 
in the warmest clothes their ward- 
robes could produce. At 20 below, 
girls gave up the femininity of skirts 
for ski pants and the possibility of 
saving knees from frostbite. 



Crane and Hill Halls reacted with 
their usual enthusiasm, attempting 
group activity in a game of "fox and 
geese". The fun soon deteriorated 
into a snowball fight and a race for 
the warmth of the dorm. 









Christmas on Campus 



"There's a hole in their roof!" is a typical comment concern- 
ing the Sigma Nu Fraternity's Christmas tree. 



No, Pepster Carroll Christo- 
ferrson isn't kicking a foot- 
ball--but doing a Christmas 
routine during one of UW's 
basketball games. 





Santa feels like twisting "like he did last summer" at the annual 
union Christmas party. 

George Gould, Dick Agee and Lyle Rickert show the underprivileged children how their 
toys work at their annual Christmas Party. 







Speaking of Pictures.. 



And so it is over-classes for a semester, 
activities, and the million moments that 
can never be regained. The weary shambles 
of the Union hall reflect the hopes, success- 
es, and failures of another semester and of 
students who are perhaps fifteen hours 
closer to conquering the world. 




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Dr. S. R. Knight 



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Pictured in the Geology museum in 
front of the mural which he painted 
is Dr. S. R. Knight. 



Dr. Knight Completes 

47 Teaching Years at UW 



Exactly 30 days before his 71st birthday, 
Dr. S. R. Knight will retire as head of the 
Geology department. Boasting a 47 year 
teaching career, Knight can subsequently 
boast of 70 years on UW's campus in the 
capacity of student, faculty member and 
professor. 

The names, Knight and Geology, have 
been interrelated during the many long 
years of his guidance in the department. 

Dr. Knight's talents are not by any 
means limited to the field of geology. He 
can swing a mighty artist's pen as well as 
a geologist's pick, a draftsman's pen with 
equal dexterity as a welding torch. 

He was one of the key influencial fig- 
ures in moving Wyoming's geological col- 
lections from poor closets into a first-rate 
museum, in the founding of the University 
science camp in Medicine Bow mountains, 
and the growth of the geological curricu- 
lium itself. During his leisure time, Dr. 
Knight sponsored clubs and UW athletic 
events, and produced an 86' by 8' mural for 
the geology museum. 

In 1907 Dr. Knight began his studies 
at UW Preparatory School and graduated 
out later, meriting a baccalaureate degree. 
He became a professor of geology after 
three years graduate work at Columbia and 



Dr. Knight's newest project is all- 
metal Tyranosaurus Rex which, in 
its completed form will measure 40 
feet from teeth to tail. 



was named head of the department in 1917. 

When Dr. Knight assumed teaching at 
UW, it had seven buildings and the student 
population, including those in prep school, 
numbered 335. He has delivered lectures 
accented by startlingly perfect circles and 
eye-brow emphasized statements to more 
than 10,000 students, teaching many sons 
of former students. 

One of Dr. Knight's most notable a- 
chievements is a 75 foot long Brontasaurus 
which was carefully constructed in two and 
one half years by carefully fitting together 
hundreds of bones on a steel framework 
using his own sketches and the few source 
books available only for references. Dr. 
Knight calls the job a "challenge" and an 
"interesting job." When Dr. Knight's lat- 
est project, an all metal Tyranosaurus Rex, 
king of the now extinct dinosaur world, 
will be 60 feet long, 200 pounds in weight 
and will tower 22 feet above the sidewalk. 

Distinguished alumnus of UW 1954, an 
honorary LLB degree from the University, 
a life membership in Wyoming Geological 
Association, and a certificate naming 
Knight a distinguished lecturer of the 
American Association of Petroleum Geolo- 
gists are only a few of the many awards re- 
ceived by this most amazing man. 




The twirlers work in connection with 
the University Band during the fall march- 
ing season. Twirlers are chosen on the 
basis of twirling and marching ability 
whenever a position is left vacant. Once 
selected, a twirler remains until she chooses 
to leave. The Head twirler this year was 
Joan Selmer. Other twirlers pictured be- 
low from left to right are: Karyl Lohrs, 
Billie Jon Hacker, Barbara Wimpenny, 
Bonnie Lee Barger, Joyce Moses, and Anita 
Brown. 



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Straighten those lines 




A Stands for Arizona 



World Fair's Elevator 




Marching Band 



On this page are pictures taken during 
various halftime performances, each which 
are based around a theme which is chosen 
by the band director. Themes which were 
used this year were: High School Band Day, 
WAC Conference, Drill Routines, and our 
Homecoming theme, the 1962 World's 
Fair. Ending each performance the band 
while reversing the letters WYO and finish- 
ed in our own fight song "Cowboy Joe". 



Head Twirler Joan Selmer 







Script Wyo-Cowboy Joe 





Symphonic Band 



At the close of the marching season, the 
band moves indoors, holds chair-placement audi- 
tions, switches from field to concert-type instru- 
ments and becomes the symphonic band. This 
band performs at a dozen or more home basket- 
ball games, the State basketball tournament, 
and presents an average of two concerts each 
year. This season the band will present a bene- 
fit "Pops" concert for the Dave Marion fund, 
will appear in Casper for the Northwest Music 
Educators convention and will present a formal 
concert in May. The band's repertory includes 
the old standard band classics, selections from 
current broadway musicals as well as the newer 
contemporary band literature. Mr. Seltenrich, 
associate professor of music, is the director of 
this group and is our campus woodwind special- 
ist. He plays oboe with the University orchestra 
and with the Casper and Cheyenne orchestras. 



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Jay Holland 





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Marching Band 



Wyoming's most active and spirited student 
organization, the marching band, is under the 
direction of Charles Seltenrich, associate pro- 
fessor of music, assisted by two student direc- 
tors. This season's student directors were Jay 
Holland, who also served as drum major, and 
Jerry Rehfuss. The band appears at each home 
game and makes at least two trips each season. 
This year the band performed at the Air Force 
Academy in Colorado Springs and at the Utah 
State game in Logan, Utah. Interest in the march- 
ing band has grown in the past few years to 
the point where as many as 165 prospective 
members turn out in the fall. The final 120 
members are selected by audition and represent 
students from all schools and colleges on the 
campus. In past seasons the band has traveled to 
three Bowl games and has made numerous tele- 
vised appearances. 



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Edgar Lewis, Director 



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purpose of this group is to give added experience in performance techniques to students who are especially interested in such experience. 
The repertoire of musical literature played by the chamber band consists mainly of contemporary music and works written especially 
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Edgar Lewis, Director 



The UNIVERSITY BRASS ENSEMBLE offers to its members the opportunity to improve performance skills through the 
playing of music, written especially for the exploitation of the techniques of the brass instruments. For its audiences, the brass ensem- 
ble gives the opportunity to hear music of a kind which is not frequently heard, since most of the repertoire of the group is either 
contemporary or very old. During the current year the group has been especially active. Appearances, on and off campus, have included 
the following: The annual Christmas program; a special program of Christmas music played from the balcony outside the Arts and 
Sciences building; a special program for the Northwest Music Educators convention in Casper; a concert and clinic in Hanna, Wyoming; 
and a joint concert on campus with the University Vocal Ensemble. 



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conducts the vocal ensemble. Dr. Birkby is an accomplished 
organist and plays several concerts each year in addition to serv- 
ing as organist at the St. Matthew's Cathedral. 



The Vocal Ensemble is an organization specializing in the per- 
formance of vocal works for small groups. The organization is 
under the direction of Arthur Birkby, assistant professor of 
music. The ensemble rehearses regularly twice each week. Their 
performances this season have included a special Christmas pro- 
gram and an appearance in formal concert in collaboration 
with the Brass ensemble. 



Vocal Ensemble 




Ward Fenley, instructor in music, 
is Wyoming's talented violinist. Mr. 
Fenley teaches violin and viola and 
conducts the University symphony 
orchestra. He makes numerous ap- 
pearances on campus and throughout 
the state as violin soloist. He plays 
with the University chamber groups 
and with the Casper and Cheyenne 
orchestras. 



David Tomatz, instructor in music, is 
our campus 'cellist. Mr. Tomatz 
makes frequent appearances as a 
'cello soloist and plays with the Uni- 
versity orchestra and chamber groups. 
In addition to his local appearances, 
Mr. Tomatz plays with the Casper 
and Cheyenne symphony orchestras. 



Ward Fenley Conducts Orchestra 

The university chorus is an organization of approximately 125 voices which concentrates on the rehearsing and performance of one 
of the larger major choral compositions in the fall semester.. Membership is open to students, faculty and towns people without voice 
tryouts. It is under the direction of George Gunn, Professor of Music. This year the University Orchestra, under the direction of Ward 
Fenley, collaborated with the chorus in presenting the "Gloria" by Poulenc and the "Te Deum" by Kodaly. The group is pictured in 
new robes of navy blue purchased through a gift of a generous donor who is an ardent admirer of the choral work done at the Uni- 
versity. 






Pianist 



Allan Willman (right) and William 
Carter (left) serve the piano needs on 
our campus. Both men frequently appear 
in solo recitals, collaborate on duo-piano 
works and serve as accompanists for visit- 
ing artists. Mr. Willman, professor of 
music, teaches composition, piano, and 
serves as chairman of the Division of 
Music. Dr. Carter, associate professor of 
music, devotes the bulk of his time to 
piano teaching. 




A Cappella Choir 

The A Cappella Choir is an organization 
of approximately 75 members selected by try- 
outs. It is under the direction of Professor 
George Gunn and holds two regularly-schedul- 
ed rehearsals per week. A Christmas program 
is presented just before the holidays after which 
work is immediately started on a spring pro- 
gram. Occasionally the choir makes a brief tour 
of the State and appears on television. This year 
a tape recording was made of the Christmas pro- 
gram and was broadcast over the national radio 
network of the Mutual Broadcasting company. 
This group is also heard at commencement exer- 
cises where its appearance has become a tradi- 
tion. 



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Jerry Rehfus leads the Cowboy Pep Band at first all-school pep rally 



Band Provides Pep for 
Parades and Pep Rallies 



Marching Band leads parades and greets visiting dignitaries 





Janyce Thomas, co-editor of 
the WYO, pauses for a bit of 
refreshment. Shown in her 
natural habitat, the WYO of- 
ficer is most likely wondering 
if all the pictures will be taken 
or if the deadline can possibly 
be met. 



WYO Staff Completes Its Product 
After Busy Year 



Fall registration came and the 1962- 
1963 WYO came to life. Its first duty was 
making picture appointments with almost 
4800 students. This was only the beginning; 
within weeks a total staff of over thirty 
began planning the volume of their dreams. 
Complex disorganization dominated in an 
atmosphere saturated with the noise of 
typewriters and the confusion of editors 
trying to organize. Through the months, 
pressure never let up. Bushels of pictures 



and reams of copy were selected and equal 
amounts rejected. The disappointment of 
ruined film and lost name lists added to the 
seeming hopelessness of the task. Bewailed 
cries of "I've got one more week to meet 
my deadline!" filled the air. Miraculously 
a final coordinated effort produced the 
finished, but still rough form of the WYO. 
With relief that the job was done, the staff 
had still another task—to worry about the 
competency of the printers! ! 



Laughing hysterically perhaps, Anne 
Siren, co-editor of the WYO, is pic- 
tured in one of her habitual poses— 
behind a typewriter. As the deadline 
date became closer and tempers be- 
came shorter, both these gals con- 
tinued to correlate and enable their 
staff to see an end somewhere in the 
murky future. 



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Ila Hansen, TYME editor, smiles broadly at the prospect of writing 
copy of the military section. 






The gal with the difficult task of separating 
the various classes is Kay Sturholm, LOOK 
Editor. 



Nancy Guthrie, REGALITE Editor, 
grins as her final page of copy for 
all the beauty Queens is at last fin- 
ished. 




Pouring over a large ledger is Doug Gibson, The 
Business Manager of the 1963 WYO. 



Pi Beta Phi through Gamma Phi 
Beta were all included in the respon- 
sibilities of JoAnn Simmons, Editor 
of DEBUTANTE. 



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Susan Larson, Copy Editor, ponders 
over possible copy. 




Photographer, Bob Warner, takes one last look before he 
snaps a picture. 



Section Editors Keep Busy 



Pat McKeown, LIFE Editor, discusses a page. 




SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Editor, Mike McDonnell, pauses while working on 
sports copy. 









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Lay-out editor, Larry Vering, is pictured in 
one of his seldom smiling moments. 



Joe Milner, WYO Advisor, points out the importance of 
meeting the deadline. 



PLAYBOY editors, Lyle Rickert and Bob Gerhardt, are wisely discussing 



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Bonnie Barger 
Karen Gibson 
Wadetta Ricketts 



Colleen Bruns 
Mariam Griswold 
Doris Schlatter 



Margie Clute 
Cheryl Houlette 
Jim Schuyler 



Michele Crater 
Robert Marshall 
Sue Stanford 



Jean Dickinson 
Linda Porter 
Darlene Tippets 



Barbara Duncan 
Michele Portwood 
Andee Lou Ward 



Hard Working WYO Staff Members 
Pause for Relaxation 




Diane Washington 
Virginia Williams 



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Branding Iron Office-Place of Hard Work 
Nightly Activity 



Pictures of beautiful women, knees, 
belts, birds and witty sayings can be 
found on the west wall of the Brand- 
ing Iron Office. 



Pictured in habitual poses are Iris 
Paul-Wilcox and Linda Harmston. 
Their task was the compiling and 
editing of the Student Directory 
which includes the name, class and 
address of every student on the UW 
campus. Lists are checked, people 
are called, and stacks of cards are 
carefully sorted, all in the line of 
duty for these busy gals. 





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Pi Delta Epsilon 

Bottom row: left to right - 

Gwini Adams, Iris Paul-Wil- 

cox, Kathy Karpan, Sharon 

Suchta, Janyce Thomas. 

Top row: left to right - Vince 

Edwards, Jack Childers, Anne 

Siren, Bob Marshall, W. R. 

Biggs. 



On March 28, continuing the an- 
nual tradition at the University 
of Wyoming, the members of Pi 
Delta Epsilon and Sigma Delta 
Chi put President Humphrey and 
Dean Chalmers "on the gridiron". 
Approximately seventy-five cam- 
pus leaders were on hand to "grill 
or fry" the campus administrative 
heads on current campus issues. 

Membership in Pi Delta. Epsi- 
lon, national journalism honorary, 
is based on scholarship, service, 
and interest in student publica- 
tions. Representatives are sent 
annually to the Rocky Mountain 
Collegiate Press Association Con- 
ference to learn better means to 
improve campus publications. 



JOURNALISM ORGANIZATIONS 
SPONSOR GRIDIRON BANQUET 



Sigma Delta Chi 
Bottom row: left to right - 
James Holmstrand, Vince Vuke- 
lich, Gene Bryan, Gary Har- 
vey, Michael Durgan. 
Top row: left to right - Doug 
Gibson, Ray Todd, J. W. Mil- 
ner, Bob Marshall, Jack Chil- 
ders, Tom Hodge, W. R. Biggs. 



Sigma Delta Chi, national men's 
professional journalism organiza- 
tion, is comprised of the men 
planning a journalistic career in 
radio, television, newspapers or 
magazines. The group makes an 
annual field trip in May and rep- 
resentatives are sent each year 
to the national Sigma Delta Chi 
convention. 




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Editor. 



Branding Iron 



"What's new?" is a question directly related to the job 
of this year's News Editor, Gwini Adams. 



Kathy Karpan is pictured here busily "managing" from her Editor's 
desk. 






Bruce Cody served as Cartoonist on this year's Bl 
staff. 



That hard working crew who publish the 
weekly college newspaper, the Branding Iron, are 
pictured here engaging, as usual, in industrious ac- 
tivity. The average college student fails to realize 
the work required for such a publication. Mondays 
are assignment days and Tuesdays, Wednesday and 
Thursday nights are set aside for hard work on the 
part of each BI staff member. The rate hours are 
ignored and personal comfort is denied when "put- 
ting to bed" our school's publication each week. 

The BI which includes all phases of campus life, 
remained this year, the very hub of student contro- 
versy. 



— Presents Campus Controversies 



Feature Editor, Tom Hodge, puffs meditatively on a 
cigarette while considering a "hot" issue. 



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"Let's sell one more page," exclaims Jack Childers, BI Advertising 
Manager. 





Iris Paul-Wilcox, Society Editor, gazes reflectively into space before 
typing her weekly column. 



Flashbulbs, cameras and developing tanks are all part 
of everyday activity for the busy Photo Editor, Dave 
Dougherty. 



Desk Editor, Sharon Suchta, pauses while 
proofreading BI Copy. 



Football, basketball, swimming, wrestling, 
and baseball are commonly used terms in 
the copy of Doug Gibson, Sports Editor. 



Reflecting the challenge of her posi- 
tion, Circulation Manager, Linda 
Harmston, gives subscribed BI a head 
start. 








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Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities 



Qualities of scholarship, leadership, and co- 
operation in educational and extra-curricular 
activities plus promise of future usefulness and 
citizenship denote members of UW's Who's 
Who for 1962-63. Twenty-nine men and seven- 
teen women were chosen by the Who's Who 
committee consisting of the UW Senate, the 
Deans of Men and Women, and former members 
of the honorary still on campus. 

The National Who's Who Office in Ala- 
bama issues each college or university their 
quota based on student population. After care- 
fully considering the qualifications of the vari- 
ous student leaders, forty-six names were sub- 



mitted to the national committee for approval. 
This central office publishes each year, a book 
entitled Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities. 

Honorable mention included the following: 
Richard Beal, James Bublitz, David Carmichael, 
Sally Ernst, Dick Hawthorne, Robert Laughlin, 
Richard Long, Richard Ludwig, David McElroy, 
Kathleen Murphy, Tonia Rulli, Ann Sherard, 
Anne Siren, Sally Stoddard, and Carolyn Wright. 
Not pictured members of 1962-63 Who's Who 
are Edwin Dunn, Lonnie Dunn, and Charles 
Seaman. 




John Allen 



John Bellamy 
Laurence Bement 
Bonnie Brown 



Shirley Brown 



John Allen, Sigma Nu President, ODK 
President, Iron Skull past President, Phi 
Epsilon Phi, Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities, 1961-62. 
John Bellamy, Phi Epsilon Phi, Iron Skull, 
ODK, Sigma Tau, AIEE, Joint Engineering 
Council, Sigma Chi. 

Laurence Bement, Joint Engineering Coun- 
cil, Sigma Tau President, AIEE. 
Bonnie Brown, President of Associated 
Women Students, Band, Angels, Spurs, Phi 
Gamma Nu, Kappa Delta. 
Shirley Brown, President Phi Gamma Nu, 
Spurs, Chimes, Iron Skull. 
Gene Bryan, Admiral Land Award, Sports 
Editor, BOOMERANG, Phi Epsilon Phi, 
Sigma Delta Chi President. 
Bob Cole, Collegiate 4-H past President, 
IFVE Delegate. 



Gene Bryan 



Bob Cole 





Dick Evans 
James Gidley 
Anne Gilroy 
Mike Golden 
Art Greeno 
Thelma Hansen 
Terry Hearne 
Leota Heil 
Lola Horton 



Pat House 
Terry Hunter 
Konrad Jarausch 






Dick Evdns, Branding Iron Editor. 
James Gidley, Kappa Sigma President, 
Football, W Club. 

Anne Gilroy, Pi Beta Phi President, Spurs, 
Panhellenic Council, President Sweethearts 
of Sigma Nu, Senate Committee. 
Mike Golden, Phi Epsilon Phi past Presi- 
dent, ICC, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Art Greeno, Phi Epsilon Phi, Senate, Chem- 
istry Honorary, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Thelma Hansen, Mortar Board President, 
Kappa Kappa Gamma Vice-President, As- 
sociated Woman Students, Iron Skull, Rho 
Chi, Chimes. 



Terry Hearne, Alpha Tau Omega President, 

Phi Epsilon Phi, Iron Skull, ODK. 

Leota Heil, Spurs Past President and Junior 

Advisor, Iron Skull, Pi Beta Phi Treasurer, 

Mortar Board, Associated Women Students, 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

Lola Horton, Chimes, Mortar Board, Spurs, 

President Home Economics Club, Iron 

Skull, Senate, Phi Sigma Omicron, Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 

Pat House, Baseball, W Club. 

Terry Hunter, Phi Epsilon Phi, Phi Delta 

Theta President, Debate. 

Konrad Jarausch, Senate, IFC, Iron Skull, 

Soccer, Phi Delta Theta. 



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Barbara Kniss 



Mary Bess Kohrs 



Keith Lantz 



Tom Lee 



Carolyn Logan 




Hugh McFadden 



Howie Maley 



Barbara Kniss, Mortar Board, Associated 
Women Students, Chimes. 
Mary Bess Kohrs, Chi Omega, Chimes, Mor- 
tar Board, Iron Skull. 

Keith Lantz, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Presi- 
dent. 

Tom Lee, Phi Epsilon Phi, Vice-President 
Associated Students of University of Wyo- 
ming, Vice-President Alpha Tau Omega, 
Inter-Fraternity Council. 
Carolyn Logan, Spurs President, Chimes, 
Vice-President Iron Skull, Associated Wo- 
men Students. 

Hugh McFadden, Phi Epsilon Phi, Iron 
Skull President, Sigma Chi, Senate (two 
years ) . 

Howard Maley, Phi Epsilon Phi, Iron Skull, 
O.D.K. Vice-president, Baseball, Scabbard 
and Blade, Vice-president Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon (past). 

Sandra Marshall, Delta Delta Delta, Pan- 
hellenic Council, Spurs. 
Samuel Mauk, Senate, Sigma Tau, A.S.M.E., 
I.A.S. Joint Engineering Council. 
Frank Mendicino, President Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon (past), president Associated Stu- 
dents of the University of Wyoming, Alpha 
Kappa Psi, O.D.K. , Pacific Student Presi- 
dent's Association President, Scabbard and 
Blade. 

jack Mueller, Vice-president Sigma Chi, 
Senate, Phi Epsilon Phi, Iron Skull, O.D.K. 
Gary Palmer, Phi Epsilon Phi, Senate, Al- 
pha Kappa Psi. 



Sandi Marshall 



Samuel Mauk 



Frank Mendicino 



Jack Mueller 



Gary Palmer 





Ed Pexton 



Ed Pexton, Senate, Ag Club President, 
American Farmer Award, Ag Council, Al- 
pha Zeta. 

Mary Plunkett, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta 
Pi. 

Ed Rabou, Farmhouse President, Senate 
(past), Alpha Zeta, Ag Club President, 
Jr. & Sr. Livestock Judging Teams. 
Lyle Rickert, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi 
Epsilon Phi, I.R.C., Iron Skull, Wyo Staff. 
Ken Rochlitz, Basketball Team, "W" Club 
President. 

Karen Rushmore, Chimes, Spurs, Mortar 
Board, Past Senate, President Student Edu- 
cation Association, President Delta Delta 
Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. 



Ken Rochlitz 
Karen Rushmore 



Linda Sheehan 



Bill Shaffer, Inter-fraternity Council, Presi- 
dent Scabbard and Blade, Tennis, Phi Epsi- 
lon Phi, Iron Skull, O.D.K. 
Linda Sheehan, President of Kappa Delta, 
Iron Skull, Chimes, Spurs, Senate, Col- 
legiate 4-H editor. 

Margaret Webster, President Kappa Kappa 
Gamma, Past President Panhellenic, Corp- 
ettes, Senate. 

Dorothy Williams, Spurs, Associated Wo- 
men Students, President Ross Hall. 
Duane Woodard, President Sigma Nu 
(past) , Who's Who ( 1961-62 ) , Phi Epsilon 
Phi, O.D.K. Student of the Month, October 
1962. 
Bruce Wright, Captain Football Team. 



Bill Shaffer 
Bruce Wright 



Maggie Webster 



Dorothy Williams 



Duane Woodard 








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The above is the winning decoration in the institutional division of the Laramie Christmas Decoration Contest, which was erected by 
this year's Newman Club. 







The officers serving Newman Club during the past 
year were: Seated are Nan Babel, Recording Secre- 
tary; Toni Caligiore, Corresponding Secretary; 
Margaret Gould, Historian. Standing are Ray Sea- 
beck, Vice President; Leo Quinlivan, President; Fred 
Dreves, Faculty Adivsor; Wayne Thaler, Sacristan; 
not pictured Ted Doll, Treasurer. 




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Bottom Row left to right: Sharon Ryan, Corin Gomez, Gail Skeckner, Janna Hawes, Ronald Thomas, Lou Anne Trainor, Tony 
Szaizynski, John Pfeiffenberger, Margie Eurioste, Priscilla Gorman, Jean Coffee 

Middle Row left to right: Kevin Murphy, Bruno Flaim, Victor Berta, Dan Dolenc, Mike Benzing, Tom Cole, Gordon Michanud, 
James Berti, Gary Pio, Fritz Tulencik 

Top Row left to right: Mary J. Quintana, Kay Everett, Kate Padilla, Maureen Ellis, Susan Boyum, Zora Juraco, Mary Anna Borrego, Char- 
les Brown, Karen Dunst, Sharon Klipstein, Rita Johnson, Nancy Lufkin, Margie Merrill. 

Newman Club Projects Spiritual Ideals 
and Varied Campus Activity 



Activities, activities, activities have be- 
come the byword of the Newman Club. 
Along with their retreat, conventions, din- 
ners, Mardi Gras, and initiation, these 
students attempt to provide for the intellec- 
ual and spiritual growth of the individual. 
Fred Dreves advises the group which is led 
by Leo Quinlivan, President; Ray Seabeck, 
Vice President; Nan Babel, Secretary; Ted 
Doll, Treasurer; and Margaret Gould, His- 
torian. The Newman Club strives to project 
religion into campus living. 

Bottom Row left to right: Marjory Ryan, Marilyn Marshall, Judy Tatham, Kathy Gould, Sharon Micknick, Linda Erasso, Jean Ryan, 

Sarah Payne, Mary Ellen Green, D. Eric Hansen, Pat Knighton, Bonnie Jean Gunter, Rita Rader 

Middle Row left to right: Jeff Logan, Ron Walds, Joseph Mack, Paul S. Ruggera, Allan Ellsfury, Sam Zuech, Jim Wysocki, Jim 

Schilling, Joseph Anna, Paul Fagnant, Hohn Pontillo, Roy Diaz, Jerry Neff, Anne Siren 

Top Row left to right: Tony Gomez, Joe Poelma, Tom Harding, Matthew Ogg, Don Aneiros, Bill VanAlstine, Walt Gaddis, Bill 

Richelle, Gary Lawrence, Ted Rohde, Joe Gomez, Dan Nordin 



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IDS and "Ole Man River" Placed 




Bottom Row left to right: Larry Swenson, Daniel Sims, Bob Parker, Rowland Lin- 
ford, Keith H. Leavitt, Carl E. Lindberg 

Middle Row left to right: Bud Harrison, George Titenson, Ralph Lovell, Dennis 
Harrison, Art McCain, Dean Call, Jerry May 
Top Row left to right: Craig Robison, Jack Sims, Larry Prof fit, Larry Taylor 



Mr. and Mrs. Melford C. Cottrell, U.W. 
Religious Instructors, sponsor Lambda Del- 
ta Sigma. This organization consists of a 
men's and women's group headed by Pat 
Mangus and Rowland Linford. Most of the 
activities of these two groups are joint un- 
dertakings. They work together to promote 
religion, intellectuality, culture, leadership, 
and fellowship. Any young man or woman 
who is willing to maintain L.D.S. standards 
and to remain loyal to the aims and goals 
of the group is eligible for membership. 
Other officers are Kathy Bodine and Kent 
Lindberg, vice-presidents; Virginia Forslin 



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Ugh in Homecoming Sing 




Bottom Row left to right: Carla Asay, Joline Moretti, Linda Alexander, Pat Mangus, Virginia Forslin, Kathy Bodine, Julie Mickel- 

son, Gail Sorensom, Cleone Corsi, Karen Henderson 

Middle Row left to right: Christine Parker, Linda Powell, Shirley Sims, Patty Gerrard, Linda Harmoton, Sue Thomas, June Puzu- 

hanish, Mary Meldrum, Judy Hyde, Donna Gastenage, Sherry Brasher, Ida Beth Aullman, Carol Jean Johnson 

Top Row left to right: Carolyn Drew, Fayette Whitney, Diane Stevens, Patricia Robbins, Helen Partridge, Sharon Milles, Cathy 

Federer, Marilyn Birch, Beverly Ames, Almira Burton 



"Advice from the Caterpillar", LDS Prize- 
winning Snow Sculpture 




and Jim Moncur, secretaries, and Linda 
Alexander and Keith Leavit, treasurers. 

Working together, these students or- 
ganize a Winter Formal, Sweatheart Ball 
and Preference Ball. Within the last year 
this organization awarded scholarships to 
Mary Meldrum and Rowland Linford. 
Awards were also given to Carvel Despain 
and Julia Michelson for their outstanding 
activities. 

Lambda Delta Sigma is affiliated with 
the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter 
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WCF Promotes Religious Discussion 



Every Monday evening at 7:00 P.M. the 
Wyoming Christian Fellowship opens its 
doors to college students. Frank Houk pre- 
sides over the meetings assisted by Jan 
Michelson, Vice-President; and Sandy Wist, 
Secretary-Treasurer. Any college student 
interested in religious discussions can be- 
long to this organization. Miss Louise Wess- 
wick, Director of the Home Management 
House guides the members towards their 
objective of presenting religious views. The 
association is inter-denominational and is 
a part of the national Inter- Varsity Christ- 
ian Fellowship. Throughout the year the 
members support fall and spring conferen- 
ces and an annual banquet. 




Bottom Row left to right: Louise Wesswick, advisor, Cindy Pinther, Jan Michelson, Elizabeth Tarpley, Joyce Spragg, Sandy Wist, 

Joyce Johnson, Vicki Brownell, Mary Walker, Judy Johnson 

Middle Row left to right: Mary Jacobson, Judy Asken, Bonnie Smith Marilee Bentzen, Lielani Womack, Penny Penson, Marjorie 

Young, Diane Richardson, Donna Dobby, Gay Day, Melodie Irvine, Frank Houk 

Top Row left to right: Roger Cross, Gary Kopser, Dale Nash, Pete Vasck, Fred Salisbury, Wes Roberts, Gary Baker, Lance Peterson, 

Homer Lambrecht, William Spears 



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Lutherans Leave Time for Retreats 
Banquets and Conventions 




Bottom Row left to right: Bob Carpenter, Esther Wisroth, Dan Lindquist Don Abraham, Bob Stearns, Don Miller, Susy Kleen, Bill 

Sedlacek 

Middle Row left to right: Jim Schmieding Emma Jean Tait, Sandy Whiteside, Sharon Gams, Harold Carrow, Richard Heind, Lois 

Hansen, Delores Mayland. 

Top Row left to right: Judy Connel, John Oleson, Gary Townsend, Gary North, Adrian Arp, Charles Cline, Lois Arnold 



Donald R. Miller is Head Shepard of 
Gamma Delta. Other members in the head 
band are Don Abraham, Vice President; 
Sue Kleen, Secretary; and Jim Schmieding, 
Treasurer. The rest of the flock is made up 
of students belonging to the Missouri Synod 
Lutheran Church and all other interested 
students. Under the direction of Dr. Kep- 
ler, professor in the Agriculture Depart- 
ment, the members participate in a spring 
convention, a retreat in February and an 
October Founder's Day Banquet. 



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CHAUCER'S MODERN PILGRIMS EXCHANGE 
TALES OF THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 



A fall picnic, Halloween party and a 
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper are only 
part of the activities of the U. of Wyoming's 
Canterbury Association. Every Sunday the 
members take part in discussions and de- 
bates on various religious questions and 
theories. All discussions are carefully guid- 
ed by the Rev. Raymond Knapp who sti- 
mulates the debates and carefully works 
the students. Michale Connor presides as 
President. Working with him are Lurie 
Haya, Vice-President; Sharon Casro, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; and Mickey Cheesbrough, 
Chaplain. Canterbury is associated with the 
Episcopal Church. 



Bottom Row left to right: Ted Logan, Marilyn Danner, Althea Timmins, Betsy Blair, Mike Conner, Laurie Hays, Sharon Castro, Jerri 
Gattis, Lynda Osborn 

Top Row left to right: Rev. Raymond C. Knapp, Billie Kay Eoad, Carol Hill, Enid Aho, Sharon Jackman, Jim Hager, Frank Davis, 
Terry Higgins, Nancy Perrine, Marilyn Miller, Bob Downs 



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Middle Row left to right: Kay Schact, Jill Proctor, Judy Hurlock, Margaret Anderson, Karyl Kohrs, Martha Dougherty, Lynn San- 

nes, Hayen Price 

Top Row left to right: Donnell Nicoll, Billie Brown, Linda Duncan, Kathy McMillan, Genna Millar 



Young Republicans Applaud 
Wyoming GOP Success 



Resting up from past efforts but still 
busy with new plans are the Young Repub- 
licans., headed by Jack Mueller. Mary Bess 
Kohrs as Vice Chairman; Sharon Weber 
as Secretary; and Sally Woodson as Treas- 
urer, help to see that interest in the Re- 
publican Party is generated among voters 
and prospective voters. These young peo- 
ple get practical experience by helping the 
Albany county Republican Committee or- 
ganize the campaigns and by working long 



hard hours behind the scenes, to keep good 
government up front! 

Making sure that government is not a 
"necessary evil" but rather just necessary 
are the Young Democrats. Flushed with 
victory nationally but knowing that hours 
of hard work are ahead for the local and 
on the state level, this group attempts to 
stimulate interest for Democratic ideals. 
Mucho Balka leads this energetic group. 



Young Democrats Cherish National Success 



Left to Right standing: Richard Holder, Dave Wensky, Mucho Balka 
Left to Right seated: Pat Munn, Kathy Karpan, and Mada Petronovich 







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Continual Competition and Fun 
Characterizes W.A.A. 




Bottom Row: Julie Saxbe, Martha Dougherty, Donnell Nicoll, Janette Hailey, Judy Dregoiw 

Second Row: Jo Ann Leggett, Miss Louise Thouin, Patsy Hittle, Kathy Jones, Jane Grover, Carolyn Logan, Carol Loebe, Sally 

Doyle, Donna Whittington, Irene Jacobson 

Third Row: Alice Wooten, Dorothy Burger, Maxine Grove, Pat Munn, Ellen Anne Baker, Carolyn Wright, Mary Jo Brady, Sharon 

Sanders, Sam Schlattmann, Sandy Duncan, Jean Dickenson, Sue Stanford, Judy Struble, Kathy Cole, Jen Saughlin, Carroll Christof- 

ferson, Andee Lou Ward 

Top Row: Jan Curry, Bonnie Barger, Kathie Spiss, Linda Olson, Kathleen Sheehan, Jeanne Augustin, Diana Duncan, Sherie Domsalla, 

Virginia Williams, Ann Curry, Crystal Hancock, Lila Vines, Sharon Rice, Alison Tyler, Linda Porter, Carole Lahti 



The gals with a zest for activity with 
the glint of competition you see around 
campus probably belong to the W.A.A. The 
objectives of the W.A.A. are to have fun, of 
course, and to help develop the total per- 
son in doing so. These girls participate in 

year round events, bowling, volleyball, 

basketball and softball tournaments and 
tennis and swimming meets. Miss Louise 
Thouin guides the "actives" of this organi- 
zation, Kathy Jones, President; Carolyn 
Logan, Vice President; Carol Loebe, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Patsy Hittle, A.W.S. Re- 
presentative; and Joan Grover, Sports 
Manager. 



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Residence Hall Council, bot- 
tom row left to right: Sarah 
Fenimore, Shari Redding, 
Shelby Ames, Nan Babel 
Top row left to right: Jerry 
Krasomid, Wayne Wing- 
field, Dan Moore, Ken Jack- 
man, Victor Duran, Tom 
Walsh 




Residence 
Activities 



The Residence Hall Coun- 
:il meets on the second and 
:ourth Wednesday of each 
nonth to facilitate social, 
:ultural and intellectual in- 
fraction between the various 
lorms on campus. The Resi- 
dence Hall Council is com- 
Dosed of the president and 
social chairman from each 
dorm. Dean Kinder, Dean of 
Men serves as the group's ad- 
visor. 



Hall Council Promotes Inter-Dorm 



The Independent Student's Association 
is headed by president Philip Jenkins and 
is under the direction of Mr. Bishop, Direc- 
tor of Crane-Hill Halls. Other officers are 
Brian G. Mason, Public Relations Advisor 
and Tim Nousi, Treasurer. Any student not 
affiliated with a Greek organization and in 
good standing with the university can be- 
long to this group. The main objectives of 
these students is to secure the proper place 
of the independent students in university 
life and to render support to the indepen- 
dent student body by publicity and persua- 
sion. The members gather for meetings 
twice a month on Saturdays in room 225 of 
the Union. 



ISA Attempts to Organize and Support 
Independents 




Bottom Row left to right: Wayne 
Wingfield, Claudia Martin, Barry 
Wingfield 

Top Row left to right: Bob Bur- 
gess, Secretary; Brian Mason, Pub- 
lic Relations Advisor; Philip Jen- 
kins, President; Tim Nousi, Trea- 
surer 



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Students Step Through the Doors of SEA 
Into the Role of Teachers 



Top Row: Mr. Kraus, Sponsor; Kay March, President 

Bottom Row: Shelia Constantino, Treasurer; Zora Juraco, Vice President; Donnell Nicoll, Librarian-His- 
torian; Marian Hamburg, Secretary 




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Top Row: Kathy Bodine, Linda Nield, Julia Mickelson, Jack States, Dan Radakovick, Paul Genetti, Darrell Pendley, Jere Hudak, 

David Sturdevant, Richard Kuzara, Jim Battershell, Dennis Taylor 

Middle Row: Michi Numoto, Gay Schneider, Janet Waits, Christine Hoeck, Marie Hoeck, Mary Marks, Susan Chambers, Sue Dolan, 

Jo Anne Pendley, Terry Higgins, Sharon Padget, Gloria Pense, Bob Wilcox, Jean Moore 

Bottom Row: Virginia Vosler, Lynn Grado, Kathy Thompson, Dale Lockhart, Mina Bayne, Joyce Fryback, Elnor Eggart, Wanda 

Drake, Sharon Casto, Doug Bedient 



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Bottom Row left to right: Sandra Dawson, Rita Christensen, Sandy Phillips, Jeri Wilmot, Linda Thompson, Carolyn Drew, Alice 

Havey, Marian Hamburg, Mary Mohr, Kathy Salzman 

Middle Row left to right: Karen Kemper, Linda Sheehan, Mary Darling, Mel Gennitti, Bernie Seebaum, Judy Tatham, Jo Ann 

Hoy, Carolyn Wright, Judy Hydee, Judy Erdmann, Gretchen Wilkinsen, Ema Reeves, Beverly Burzlaff, Jancie Tibbitts 

Top Row left to right: Kay Schacht, Sally Woodson, Jackie Cheese, Jill Proctor, Lynette Smith, Linda Olson, JoAnn Jeremaison, 

Judy Derr, Sahron Anderson, Ruth Boedeker, Rozanne Zakotnik, Sharon Majors, Diann Prahl 



To paraphrase an old book of rhetoric: 
"Upon meeting a bad boy, I beat his teach- 
er." We can be sure these members of this 
group will never find themselves in this 
position. All set to insure "good boys" and 
"great men", the Student Education Asso- 
ciation is now training in leadership skills 



and in understanding of the profession. The 
headmaster is Kay March, and the diligent 
students are Zora Juraco, Vice President; 
Frances Gurney, Secretary; Shiela Costan- 
tino, Treasurer; and Donnell Nicoll, His- 
torian. The assistant Dean of the College 
of Education, Mr. Frank G. Kraus is the 
advisor for this group. 



Bottom Row left to right: Lynn Sannes, Geraldine Abell, Joyce Parsons, Valera Wetherell, Bonnie Christler, Emily Moore, Kathy 
Brouwer, Colleen Gunderson, Sally Jo Fish, Donna Mathiesen, Marianne Braden 

Middle Row left to right: Beverly Ames, Frances Gurney, Mary Lou Schott, Barbara Latta, Helen Peterson, Janet Hare, Judy Bow- 
ers, Sandy Wist, Marilee Bentzen, Sandy Wantulok, Kathy McMillen, Genna Miller, Allan Ward, Donna Braden, Laurie Hays, Vir- 
ginia Forslin 

Top Row left to right: Laura While, Nancy Tarter, Martha Olander, William Harvey, Roger Melton, Bill Pettus, Frank Houk, Joe 
Gomez, Tony Gomez, Jim Crosson, Ron Archuleta, Sharon Chestine, Pat Peil, Janell March 





Bottom Row left to right: Jack Speight, Nick Kalokathis, Leon Hetherington, Thad Turk, Franklin Smith, Gary Aksamit, Bob Olson, 

Joe Darrah, Jim Wolfe, Tim Watt, Chuck Kruse, Jim Roberts, Brad Laughlin, Sam Anderson 

Middle Row left to right: Richard Day, Ralph Thomas, Jim Sinon, Ed Scott, Tom Bur ley, Bill Bagley, Kim McDonald, Joe Vlastos, 

John Vidakovich, Jerry Williams, Perry Dray, Jim Barnes, Frank Bayless, Vincent Picard, Sam Ishmael, Howard Baker, Walt Wellman 

Top Row left to right: John Miller, Pat Hand, Dich Bedll, Tom Rardin, Alex Matteucci, Carl Morck, Dan Matney, William Me- 

keel, Robert Oberst, Keith Lewallen, Mike Sullivan. Ed Brooks, Dick Gist, Bob Wampler, Stuart Schoenburg, Robert H. Johnson, Joe 

Roberts 

Lawyers of Tomorrow Unite in Potter Law Club 



"A word united-through Law" ... A 
pretty large order that needs to be filled in 
the 21st century. And the men to fill it are 
members of the Potter Law Club! Classes, 
textbooks, moot trials, hours of study and 
research, all are part of the everyday life 
of the student lawyer. But all work and no 
dinners, dances and side parties don't make 
a good lawyer. So this facet is polished off 
occasionally too. J. Patrick Hand, acts as 
Chancellor for the group, with Michael J. 
Sullivan, Vice Chancellor and James R. 
Wolfe, Secretary-Treasurer. Mr. Frank J. 
Trelease is the advisor to the Potter Law 
Club. Please men-meet the challenge! 



Student Law Wives is under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Geraud, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Rames, 
Mrs. Rudolf and Mrs. Pearce, the wives of 
law professors. Any wife of a present Wyo- 
ming law student is eligible for member- 
ship. Mrs. Karen Hand is the President; 
Sandra Rardin, Vice President; Bonnie 
Thomas, Secretary-Treasurer; Judy Dray, 
Historian and Penny Burley, Jane Sullivan 
and Coleen Mekeel, Social Chairmen. The 
objectives of these women is to allow law 
wives to meet each other, to raise money 
for Law Scholarships, to have guest lec- 
turers and to plan social events for law 
students. This group plans fund raising 
activities such as style shows in order to 
raise money for the Law Scholarship award- 
ed to some outstanding law student. Stu- 
dent Law Wives gather the first Tuesday 
in the month in the Ag. Lounge at 8:00 
P.M. 



Student Law Wives Sponsor Law Scholarship 








Bottom Row left to right: Marjie Lehmkulher, Rosemarie Watkins, Sandra Dawson, Jeanie Winkes, Shirley Brown, Ila Gillaspie, 
Billie Joe Hacker 

Top Row left to right: Salley Stoddard, Patty Fetsco, Marilyn Miller, Kathi Smith, Louise Chamberlain, Donna Miller, Linda 

Alexander, Barbara Loudon, Sharon Freese, Roberta Curtis 

fewly Organized "K" Club Promotes Civic Interest 



Another new group is opening its doors 
to young male students interested in civic 
affairs. Circle "K" Club is the college seg- 
ment of Kiwanis. Through the aid of Ki- 
wanis, these young men are afforded the 
opportunity of being active in important 
civic events both on campus and through- 
out the community. 

Robert Sutherland, professor of Me- 
chanical Engineering is the faculty advisor. 
Jim Thompson presides as president of the 
new organization. Dave Egolf is Vice-Presi- 
dent; Dave Sneesby, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Bob Marshall, Director; Phil Coleman, 
Sophomore Director and Frank Sieglitz, 
Freshman Director. 

Cosmopolitan Club Spiced 
lembership 

Bottom Row left to right: Ameit N. Saimi, Mohammad Yuruf 
Lavigne, Diane Escott, Virginia Vosler 

Top Row left to right: Gumo Yet Loo, Verna Ramsey, Virginia 
Husain, G. A. Fail, Ahmed El-sherbiny 



Take some interesting and interested 
students, lots of understanding and add a 
touch of international flavor and what have 
you got? . . . The Cosmopolitan Club! These 
students have learned that cooperation be- 
gins at home and through this lesson have 
developed a mutual understanding and fel- 
lowship with foreign students on our cam- 
pus. Chief diplomat is Diether Van Hough- 
ten and aides without-portfolio are Sikan- 
der A. Jabori, Vice-President and Sandra 
Streeter, Secretary-Treasurer. Coordinating 
delegates are Dr. Larson and Dr. Lavign. 
We have in the Cosmopolitan Club almost 
a miniature U.N. delegation right on our 
campus! 

With Heterogeneous 



Deen, T. A. Larson, Diether H. VanHouten, Sandra Streeter, Robert 
Ramsey, Peer Paul, Safar Mohammad Nazari, Nancy Garson, Farhat 




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Little International Cowboy Joe Charged 
to Ag Club 



One of the rompin'est stompinest dances 
of the year is sponsored by the Ag club. Re- 
member the Lil Internat'l? And then, as if 
that isn't enough to keep them busy enter- 
taining the campus, the Ag Club also spon- 
sors our dear mascot, Cowboy Joe! We can 
count on these boys to keep up some of the 
most fun traditions on our campus. Head 
Wrangler is Ed Pexton, and his "hands" 
include- Harry Strauch, Vice President; 
Walt Haley, Secretary; Ed Hall, Treasurer; 
Jim Johnson, Publicity Chairman. Mr. Dick 
Rice, instructor in the department of agri- 
culture is the trail boss, Advisor to the 
club. Ride 'em Cowboy Joe. 



Bottom Row left to right: Dick Rice, Diether VanHouten, Walter Haley, Harry Strauch, Ed Pexton, Ed Hoel, Jim C. Johnson 
Middle Row left to right: Bob Cole, Howard Hinman, Bob Yenney, Bill Mueller, Bill Stahly, Charles Wilkie, Jim F. Johnson, Bill 
C. White 
Top Row left to right: Lonnie Clanton, Jim Grieve, Buck Holmes, Ed Rabou, Adrian Arp, Mike Yeager, Wendell Wagner 




4-H'ers Fit Fun At February Carnival 
Into a Full Schedule 




Bottom Row left to right: Judy Moine, Jewell Gorman, Jimmie High, Susie Kleen, Gary Kleinschmidt, Laurie Hays, Aldon Prosser, 
Benja Fran Taylor, Kathy Feder, Joyce Croft 

Middle Row left to right: David Sims, Robert Cranston, Virginia Gilmer, Roxana Wolfard, Penny Gooden, Dixie Wills, Betty Muel- 
ler, Karyl Kohrs, Ruth Trierweiler, Judy Connell 



In a world where everything is fast- and 
faster thro' mechanization, an organiza- 
tion such as the College 4-H club is much 
needed. This club strives to develop quali- 
ties of leadership in the practical arts. Not 
forgetting, Tho' that fun is an integral part 
of any whole person, their activities include 
dances, hayrides, caroling parties and ban- 
quets. Leaders of the group include Gary 
Kleinschmidt, President; Susie Kleen, Vice 
President; Laurie Hans, Secretary. Miss 
Joyce Croft acts as advisor to this 4-H help- 
ful group. 



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Bottom Row left to right: Marjie Lehmkulher, Rosemarie Watkins, Sandra Dawson, Jeanie Winkes, Shirley Brown, Ila Gillaspie, 
Billie Joe Hacker 

Middle Row left to right: Salley Stoddard, Patty Fetsco, Marilyn Miller, Kathi Smith, Louise Chamberlain, Donna Miller, Linda 

Alexander, Barbara Loudon, Sharon Freese, Roberta Curtis 

Phi Gamma Nu Promotes Business Profession 

To further interest in civic and profes- 
sional enterprises keeps the members of 
Phi Gamma Nu constantly active during 
the year. This club holds bimonthly meet- 
ings when speakers often are asked to ad- 
dress the group, and an annual Christmas 
party. These future leaders were led by 
Shirley Rae Brown. Ila Gillaspie, Vice 
President; Jineene Winkes, Secretary; and 
Linda Stanfield, Treasurer complete the 
officer list. 

Nu Upsilon Omega Performs Many Services 

The most cheerful girls in the world 
belong to Nu Upsilon Omega. These Stu- 
dent Nurses perform many services to the 
campus and to the community. They ad- 
ministered the oral vaccine in the fall and 
plan to present an informative film later 
in the spring. These activities help to pro- 
mote interest among the girls. Head nurse 
is Mary Lou Rentto; Vice President, Jan 
Lowry; Secretary, Linda Maushack; and 
Treasurer, Cordelia Johns. 

Bottom Row left to right: Betty Critchett, Linda Maushak, Carol Wilson, Cordilla Johnson, Janet Lowry, Mary Lou Rentto, Sandra 
Hansen, Barbara Krauser 

Middle Row left to right: Sharon Meats, Kathy Rannells, Betty Read, Cheryl Gaer, Linda Metzger, Bonnie Wininger, Ellen Ann Bak- 
er, Joyce Johnson, Ann Douglas 

Top Row left to right: Judy Connell, Judy DeGise, Trudy Young, Ann Colburn, Diane Richardson, Joanne Cloyd, Sue Dahlman, 
Dorothy Reeves, Caroline Adolphson 





Sitting left to right: Dickey Lee Shepard, Mary Esther Edmonds, Patty Miller, Diether Van Houten 
Standing left to right: Fred Reed, Mike Golden, Leroy Milner, Larry Amundson 



Inter fraternity Chaplain's Council 



Binding the fraternities and 
sororities together in yet an- 
other way, by bringing about 
a deeper realization of the 
need for Christianity in liv- 
ing, is the goal of Interfra- 
ternity Chaplain's Council. 
The council sponsors the ICC 
dances, the proceeds from 
'which go to provide scholar- 



ships for two Pakistan stu- 
dents. The membership con- 
sists of the chaplains from 
each sorority and fraternity. 
Each year the council gives 
an award to one of its mem- 
bers who has made an out- 
standing contribution to re- 
ligious emphasis. 



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Bottom Row left to right: Mitchell Salim, Kathi Murphy, Connie Sutphin, Joe Jesseph, 
Tom Edgar 

Top Row left to right: Jack Geisler, Richard Pasewark, Hugh McFadden, Glenn Clark, 
Wilson J. Walthall, Jr. 



One step beyond . . . and 
thus the members of Psi Chi 
prepare to delve into the un- 
known realms of the human 
mind. Students with a 2.25 
grade average and a major 
or minor in psychology com- 
pose the membership of Psi 
Chi. Joe R. Jesseph acts as 
President of the group with 
Harvey Ideus as Secretary 
and Kathi Murphy as Vice- 
President. The group at- 
tempts to stimulate academic 
excellence through an inter- 
est in psychology and re- 
search. Psi Chi presents an 
annual scholarship award at 
a banquet in the spring. Dr. 
Richard Pasewark, assistant 
professor of Psychology, is 
the advisor for these bud- 
ding psychologists. 



Psi Chi Presents Psychology Program 
Scholarship 



Phi Upsilon Omecron Sponsors 
Sophomore Taco Party 



Bottom Row left to right: Mary Bess Kohrs, Pauli Sabford, Ann Sherard, Sandi Lehti, 
Louise Wesswick 

Top Row left to right: Joyce Holgerson, Lola Horton, Carol Williams, Marilyn Glandt, 
Marilyn Page 




Outstanding young ladies 
in the field of home econom- 
ics comprise the membership 
of Phi Upsilon Omecron. 
This is an honorary group 
whose members must be up- 
perclassmen having a 2.5 or 
better grade average and hav- 
ing an outstanding profes- 
sional record. The main pur- 
pose of the honorary is to 
give suitable recognition to 
outstanding home economic 
students. The members are 
active throughout the year in 
many phases of home eco- 
nomics projects. They hold a 
Taco Party for sophomore 
home-ec students and present 
an honor award to the fresh- 
man girl in home economics 
with the highest grade aver- 
age. Miss Louise Weeswick, 
Director of the Home Man- 
agement House is the group's 
advisor. Phi Upsilon Ome- 
cron's president is Pauli San- 
ford and vice-president is 
Mary Bess Kohrs. 





Bottom Row left to right: John Hursh, William Spears, Jerry Sermon, Neal Marsh, Frank Davis, Gerald Call 

Top Row left to right: Loren Rasmussen, Ted Logan, John Wheeler, Royden James, Dick Riedl, Bob Medlock, George Eastman, 

E. A. Jochumsen 



Alpha Phi Serves Campus 



Service is the byword for Alpha Phi 
Omega. In the short time that this group 
has been organized they have done many 
serviceable deeds. For instance, the mem- 
bers helped in registration, directed traffic 
at the oral vaccine distribution, cleaned the 
mental health center, and helped local 
scouts with their projects. Alpha Phi Omega 



is the largest service fraternity in the nation, 
and services many campuses and communi- 
ties. The president of the group is Jerry 
Seamans, with William Spears as vice presi- 
dent and John Hursh as secretary. Mr. Ed- 
ward Jochumsen is the chairman of the ad- 
visory committee. 



Delta Sigma Rho Speaks Out 



"According to Solomon, 
life and death are in the 
power of the tongue;" and if 
this is true the members of 
Delta Sigma Rho should 
never have to worry about 
either one. This honorary 
sponsors the University's 
public debates and ventures 
forth to capture titles in 
speech meets held at other 
schools. Delta Sigma Rho is 
led by the golden tongue of 
Steve Phillips with Bill 
Keefe as vice president, and 
Terry Hunter as treasurer. 
Dr. Patrick March of the 
Speech Department advises 
these golden tongued orators 
and debators. 



Bottom Row left to right: Bill Keefe, Steve Phillips, Terry Hunter 

Top Row left to right: Gayle Lain, Dr. Patrick Marsh, Brian Mason, Dr. 

Jerome Davies 




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Laurie Hays, Jeri Wilmot, Carolyn Drew, Barbara Loudon, Sharon Chestine, Nancy Tarter 

Edith Watters, Mina Bayne, Shelia Costantino, Gretchen Wilkinson, Carolyn Wright, Judy Hyde, Marian 



Bottom Row left to right 

Middle Row left to right: 

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Top Row left to right: Carolyn Logan, Julia Mickelson, Ruth Boedeker, Jack States, Jim States, Jack Mueller 



Kappa Delta Pi 



Sigma Phi Sigma Promotes 
Excellence in Physics 

Bottom Row left to right: Douglas Hunt, Edward Finch, Paul Henry 
Top Row left to right:Don Abraham, John Dinneen, Victor Berta 




Striving to elevate teaching to the high- 
ly professionalized level are the members 
of Kappa Delta Pi. These students must 
have at least 12 hours of Education with a 
2.1 average for Juniors, 1.95 for Seniors, 
and 1.35 for graduates. The group helps to 
carry out its aims by collecting books for 
Asian students and holding lectures with 
guest speakers. They also offer two scholar- 
ships each semester. Nancy Ann Tarter, 
President; Karen Rushmore, Recording 
Secretary; Judy Chestine, Corresponding 
Secretary; Miss Louise Allen, Vice Presi- 
dent; Dr. Louis Bragg, Treasurer; Mrs. 
Edith Watters is the sponsor for Kappa 
Delta Pi. 



Count down . . . 4-3-2-1-0, 
we're ahead of the Russians! 
And this UW group is just 
the one to see that we stay 
there. Sigma Phi Sigma is 
composed of Physics students 
in the upper third of their 
class. The head decision mak- 
er is Donald R. Abraham. 
Dr. D. Hunt, professor of 
Physics is the advisor for this 
group. 






Bottom Row left to right: Eleanor Nobel, Linda Kuplic, Kay Sorensen, Barbara Raup, Karen Dunst, Carol Jean Johnson, Carol 

Jean Fay, Mary Lin Barnes 

Middle Row left to right: Dean O'Day, Tom Fujikawa, Charles Johnson, Raymond Valdez, Jerry Seaman, Jim Laughrey, Allen 

Weber, Grant Conibar, Frank Viola, Pete Franckowiak 

Top Row left to right: Lowell Sederstrom, Duane Anderson, Fred Finell, Mike Benzing, George Titensor, Keith Kaper, Bob Avery, 

Dennis Donohue, Dave McWilliams 

A PhA Boasts Future Pharmacists 

To promote student interest and to 
strengthen the American Pharmaceutical 
Association are the main objectives of the 
Pharmacy Club. The membership is com- 
posed of students enrolled and majoring in 
the College of Pharmacy. 

These young pharmacists make visits to 
leading Pharmaceutical houses to learn 
more about the distribution of drugs. 

Each year awards are given to freshmen 
members of the organization. Last year Jo 
Ann Simmons, and George McKinley re- 
ceived the awards. 

D. W. O'Day, Dean of the College of 
Pharmacy is the advisor. James Laughrey 
presides as president. 

Top Row left to right: Terry Hahn, Louie Mannone, Dr. Jack Bone, Frank Canestrini, John D. Collins, Ed Reynolds, Robert Thomp- 
son 

Middle Row left to right: William E. Johnson, Jon Woodrum, Donald Engelbreckt, Fred Spencer, Randy Tonelli, Dan Schriener, Bill 
Stout 
Bottom Row left to right: Bill Rogers, Linda Oni, Roanne Longwith, Coralee Holden, Janie Cronk, Sara Burdick, Sandra Colby 



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Bottom Row left to right: Cherie Aimonetto, Thelma Hansen, Dean David 
O'Day, Barbara Kniss, and Eleanor Noble 

Top Row left to right: Dr. William E. Johnson, Richard Chappell, Dr. Jack 
Bone, Frank Viola and Duane Anderson 



Just a little bit of this and 
a little bit of that and a lot 
of education go to make up 
a Rho Chi member. This 
honorary is composed of 
pharmacy majors in the top 
20% of their class who have 
shown achievement in phar- 
macy or in the allied sciences. 
After struggling through 
physics and chemistry, you 
can see this is quite an order 
to fill. Rho Chi attempts to 
promote achievement and 
friendship among its mem- 
bers. The group is led by 
Richard Chappell, President; 
Cheri Aimonetto, Historian; 
Dr. J. Bone, Vice-President; 
Thelma Hansen, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Dr. Johnson, pro- 
fessor of Pharmacology, is 
the advisor for Rho Chi. 



A Little Bit of Pills-A Lot of Brains 



Phi Delta Chi Honors Outstanding 
Male Pharmacy Students 



Bottom Row left to right: Tom Fujikawa, David McWilliams, Dean O'Day, 
Frank Viola and Grant Conibear 

Top Row left to right: Allan Weber, William E. Johnson, Dr. Jack Bone, 
Duane Anderson and Lowell Sederstrom 




The men in the College 
of Pharmacy who have a 
2.75 average, or better, are 
eligible for membership in 
the pharmacy honorary, Phi 
Delta Chi. The members 
pledge to advance interest in 
pharmacy and to further the 
pharmacy profession. 

Annually an award is pre- 
sented to the member who 
has done the most for Phi 
Delta Chi during the year. 
Tom Fujikawa heads these 
future pharmacists with 
Dean O'Day as advisor. 



Gamma Sigma Epsilon Boasts 
Outstanding Achievements, Honors 




Bottom Row left to right: Mike Conner, Richard Holder, George Moses, Mary Bess Kohrs 
Top Row left to right: Harold Eppson, John Maurer, Arnold Johnson, Wilbur Larson 



A roomful of test tubes, bunson burners 
and stirring rods—just the environment for 
the neophyte chemists. These students earn 
membership in this organization by virtue 
of their outstanding grades. 

They round out their education with 
social activities throughout the year. The 
Grand Alchemist is George Moses, with 
William Alsup, Visor; Charles Branden- 
burg, Secretary; and Richard Bateman, Ser- 
geant-at-Arms. Dr. John Maurer, assistant 
professor of chemistry, guides this group- 
away from being "a mad chemist" perhaps? 

The members of Gamma Sigma Epsilon 
also wrote an excellent coverage of the 
Wyoming Chemistry Department that ap- 
peared this year in the "Ray," the national 
publication of Gamma Sigma Epsilon. 



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On the first Sunday of each 
month the romance language 
honorary, Phi Sigma Iota, 
holds a regular meeting. Its 
members are selected from 
those students who are ma- 
joring or minoring in a ro- 
mance language and who 
have maintained a 2.00 over- 
all grade average. Senior 
members of the romance 
countries. President this year 
was June Johnson with Dr. 
William H. Nelle serving 
the group as advisor. 




Bottom Row left to right: Donna Mathiesen, June Johnson, Mary Guthrie 
Top Row left to right: Anne Siren, Jane Butler, Ann Trowbridge 



Senior Members of Phi Sigma Iota 
Present Monthly Papers 



The members of the French Club are 
attempting to make it Parlez Francais. A 
comfortable atmosphere is created by in- 
formal discussions on politics, social cus- 
toms, and the arts, all an Francais, of course. 
Anyone who is interested in conversational 
French is encouraged to sit in on the dis- 
cussions. C'est si Bon, eh? 

Sitting left to right: Calla Jean Benn, Mile. Bourhours, Mile. Wilmarth, Mr. Freval, Sylvia Barr, Mary Kay 

Jeffreys, Mrs. Northern, Anne Siren 

On the floor left to right: Jack Canfield, Janyce Thomas and Mary Jean Motzko 



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Bottom Row left to right: Darrel Hale, Jerry Hines, Jerry Butler, Jack Ruch, Advisor 

Top Row left to right: Wendell Wagner, Ralph Burton, Marion Bass, Advisor, Donald Brown 

National Conclave Highlights ATA Activities 



Any interested female student majoring 
or minoring in Home Economics can find 
herself a member of Home Economics Club. 
This group of young ladies is under the 
direction of Dr. George Carpenter. Penny 
Goodson presides as president; Pauline 
Sanford, Vice President; Joyce Holgerson, 
Publicity Chairman; Marcis Sandrican, 
Treasurer; and Karen Fisheras, Parliamen- 
tarian. This organization participates in 
such activities as a UN Day Tea, a Christ- 
mas Bazaar, Ag. Chile supper and a Spring 
Candy Sale. 

Almost as Many 
Brighten Aspect 



ATA signifies Agriculture Teachers As- 
sociation. Each year this group holds a ban- 
quet, attends the national ATA conclave, 
works with the FFA boys at the state con- 
ventions and contest and sponsors an an- 
nual family night and picnic. Wendell 
Wagner, president, presides over the week- 
ly meetings. "To foster a fraternal spirit 
for honorary teacher trainees" remains the 
motto for ATA. 



Activities as Members 
to Home Economics Club 



Bottom Row left to right: Susie Kleen, Virginia Gilmer, Roxana Wolford, Pauli Sanford, Barbara Braes, Penny Goodson, Marcia 

Landrigan, Karen Fisher, Joyce Holgerson, Kathy Smith 

Middle Row left to right: Barbara Wimpenny, Ilene Walters, Emma Mason, Marilyn Page, Sally Hansen, Helen Hatanelas, Sharon 

Flock, Carol Fronk, Janet Supon, Judy Derr, Barbara Duncan, Sharon Loban, Ann Sherard, Lola Horton 

Top Row left to right: Benja Fran Taylor, Patty Federer, Marilyn Birch, Jenne Lee Lancaster, Pamela Rand, Karyl Kohrs, Nancy 

Sanders, Jeannie Clark, Ann Holland, Sharon Gams, Sara Jane Fenimore, Billie Kay Coad, Kay Winther, Jewel Gorman,. Shirley Sims 



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Alpha Kappa Psi Furthers 
Business Knowledge 



Alpha Kappa Psi is composed of 
male members of the college of Com- 
merce and Industry. Their objective is 
to further and broaden knowledge 
concerning the business world, knowl- 
edge that cannot be found in textbooks 
alone. Included among guest speakers 
at meetings this year was the vice- 
president of The Texas Company. 



During the Spring Semester of each 
school year this organization is the 
sponser of a number of guest lecturers 
to the student body. In the spring they 
hold their annual picnic. Officers of 
the club include Jim McWhinnie, pres- 
ident; Mike McAuliffe, vice-president; 
Dave Goodman, treasurer; Clyde 
Burke, secretary. 



Bottom Row left to right: Kent Boswell, Tom Rodda, Richard Tyler, Clyde Burke, Mike McAuliffe, Jim McWhinnie, Gary Palmer, 
Jerry Moore 

Middle Row left to right: David Butler, Keith Lantz, Ed Morgan, Bruce Martin, Jerry Record, Dennis Johnson, David Christensen 
Top Row left to right: Ernest Moya, Robert Zawacki, Dick Ludwig, Kevin Talbot, Larry Amundson, Tolin Hodgell, Bill Vines. 







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Tau Beta Sigma sports for 
members the young women 
of the Wyo Band. These 
young ladies are chosen on 
scholastic standing and mu- 
sic ability. Kathy Bodine pre- 
sides as Head Note with Don- 
nell Nicoll assisting as Vice- 
note; Benja Taylor, Secre- 
tary; and Peny Goodsen, 
Treasurer. The group is un- 
der the direction of Mr. C. P. 
Seltenrich, Band Director 
and professor in the Music 
Department. The members 
work to promote band ac- 
tivities and present a Band 
Banquet in the spring. 



Bottom Row left to right: Benja Taylor, Kathy Bodine, Donnell Nicoll, Penny Good- 
son 



Tau Beta Sigma Promotes Interest in Music 



Let there be music . . . and this group 
is seeing to it that there always is! Music 
is supposed to be the only international 
language and members of Phi Mu Alpha 
Sinfonia are adding their own connotations 
by fostering a true fraternal spirit among 
musically minded students. Jerry Rehfuss 
acts as maestro (President) of the group 
with Roger Schneider in first chair, (Vice 
President,) and Gary McKnight as com- 
poser (Secretary). Mr. Edgar Lewis and 
Mr. Arthur Birkby are the advisors to Phi 
Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Concerts and dances 
are second nature to this group. Outstand- 
ing members are recognized by an annual 
award. Ready— 1,2,3, Begin! 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Stresses Music's Cause 



Bottom Row left to right: Sam Marks, William Malloy, Alfred Preudel, Jerry Rehfuss, Roger Schneider 

Top Row left to right: Gary Fadmor, Robert Downs, Lee Ahrlink, Don Gerheart, Jay Holland, Richard Bardo, Val Lindsay, Joe Poel- 




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Bottom Row left to right: George O. Delaplaine, Jose Coloma, Carolyn Logan, Hugh McFadden, George Gould, Steve Gehring, Jerry 

Calvert, Jerry Moore, Lyle Rickert, Vernon David 

Middle Row left to right: Kathy Karpan, Karen Smith, John Angelovich, Tracy Rowland, Mucho Balka, Tom Myer, Connie Sut- 

phin, Linda Sheehan, Laurie Hays, Judy Engstrom, Ann Sherard 

Top Row left to right: Kathy Bodine, Kathy McMillan, Anne Siren, Susan Larson, Kathi Murphy, Margaret Gould, Sharon Majors, 

Ruth Trierweiler, Sally Stoddard, Rowland Linford, Tom Fujikawa 



Homecoming Skid Elicits Effort 
of Iron Skull Members 



The skull and bones which adorned the 
campus during Homecoming time was the 
work of Iron Skull, the honorary for junior 
men and women who have proved them- 
selves in leadership and service ability. The 
main function of Iron Skull is to sponsor 
and coordinate the Homecoming Sing and 
Skid. Both these are held Friday night of 
the Homecoming Weekend. Hugh B. Mc- 
Fadden Jr. served the group as president. 
The other officers include Carolyn Logan, 
Vice President; Tom Fujikawa, Treasurer; 
and Shirley Brown, Secretary. 









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High Scholastic Record Attained By Sigma Taus 




Bottom Row left to right: Mel McKnight, Frank Farnham, John M. Angelovich, Rudolph H. M. Profaizer, Gerald E. Barbour, 

Richard A. Mirth, James Choromokos Jr., George G. Jackson, Christopher J. Blaydon 

Second Row left to right: Kenneth D. Somers, Laurence M. York, Arnold G. Sisson, Jim Reeves, Gary Carsier, Laurence Bement, 

President; Jim Duguid, Vice President; Barbara Haight, Secretary; Ted Loudon, Treasurer; Myles Bauman, Program Coordinator 

Third Row left to right: Mike McNulty, John Steadman, Don Slaughterbeck, Eric Grassman, Jerry M. Calkins, O. C. Simons, Jim 

D. Young, Eugene Kotster, Jim Atchley, Thomas Kristensen, Arnold A. Elsbbrnd, Richard Jessen, Donald Cutler, Ron Stahla, Al 

Fermelia 

Top Row left to right: Myron D. Gerpen, Paul S. Deem, Marion E. Van Zee, Charles J. Reed, Thomas A. Black, Michael R. Kelley, 

Edmund V. Waite, Maurice C. Clary, Terry B. Lewis, John A. Triplett, Samuel C. Mauk, Donald L. Fanning 






The cream of the crop in engineer stu- 
dents are the proud members of Sigma Tau. 
These junior and senior engineering stu- 
dents are chosen on their high scholastic at- 
tainments. They work toward creating an 
interest in all engineering students for high 
scholastic achievements and promote the 
adherence to present professional standards. 

Head Engineer is Laurence Bement; 
James Duguid, Vice-President; Ted Lou- 
don, Treasurer; Barbara Haight, Secretary; 
Mark Hoffman, Historian and Myles Bau- 
man, Pyramid Correspondent. Under the 
direction of Mr. P. M. Hoyt, civil engineer 
and Assistant Dean, the members partici- 
pate in the Engineer's Ball and an annual 
Sigma Tau Banquet in late May. 



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Joint Engineering Council 
Correlates Engineering Activities 




Bottom Row left to right: Gordon L. Saathoff, Tony Dunn, John A. Triplett, Jim Duguid, Jim Reeves, Edmund V. Waite, Mel 
ZumBrunnen, Mel McKnight 

Top Row left to right: Kent O. Westedt, Jan Cannell, Hugh Lowham, Richard Jessen, Eugene J. Koester, Samuel C. Mauk, Don Slack, 
Gene Mulholland, C. N. Rhodine, faculty advisor 



In a world where almost any form of 
cooperation has seemed impossible, these 
men seem to have solved the problem. The 
Joint Engineering Council is composed of 
two representatives from each professional 
society, Sigma Tau and the Engineering 
senators. This group functions as a "Brain 
Center" for the Engineering college by ad- 
ministering and directing all matters con- 
cerning the engineering student body. Presi- 
dent of the group is Mel McKnight and oth- 
er officers include Gene Mulholland, Secre- 
tary; and John Triplett, Treasurer. Profes- 
sor Rhodine acts as this coordinating 
group's sponsor. 



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Institute of Electronic and Electrical 
Engineers Equips Members 
With Information, Motivation 



Forward March!! And they do, — on 

to better and bigger things for the world of 
tomorrow. We are speaking of the Electri- 
cal and Radio engineers, of course. Wheth- 
er it is figuring out how to direct traffic 
with computors or utilizing wasted air 
space through electronics. These engineers 
are always searching for new ways and 
means for space age problems. The group 
honors its members with awards such as 
the AIEE outstanding Student Member Cer- 
tificate, received by Allyn Wells, the AIEE- 



IRE Joint Student Branch Honor Book re- 
ceived by Robert White and the IRE out- 
standing Student Member certificate re- 
ceived by Lynn Kirlin. They also participate 
in smokers, banquets, and dances. 

Maurice C. Clary leads this group 
backed up by Jan Carroll, Vice-chairman; 
Robert D. Davis, AIEE Secretary; George 
Brown, IRE Secretary and James Bath, 
Treasurer. Advisors for the AIEE-IRE So- 
ciety are Dr. E. M. Lonsdale and Professor 
Beach. 







Bottom Row left to right: Charley Tamblyn, Robert N. Hill, Barbara Haight, James L. Bath, IRE counselor, E. Lonsdale, Robert 
Davis, Maurice C. Clary, Jan H. Cannell, Professor R. K. Beach, George Brown, Marion VanZee, Laurence Bement, Edmund V. Waite 
Middle Row left to right: Roy Diaz, Laurence M. York, O. C. Simons, Peer Paul, Eric Grassman, John Ornelas, Larry Nielson, Gary 
Magill, Dick Adams, Thomas Kristensen, John Triplett, Phillip Berry, Frank Kester, William Cooper, Kenneth Somers, Arnold Sisson 
Top Row left to right: Walter David, Darrel Vogt, Larry B. Tord, Duane Baade, John Steadman, Professor C. N. Rhodine, Michael 
Kelley, Terry Lewis, Bob Brater, Ed Perkins, Larry Proffit, Anthony Peirrella, Ron Stahla, Donald Cutler, Charles Legerski 



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Preparing for a Profession Much in Demand, 
Mechanical Engineers Combine Forces in ASME 



This society claims membership from 
Mechanical, Aeronautical and General en- 
gineers. One of the main objectives of the 
Mechanical Engineers is to introduce new 
advancements in engineering. They ac- 
complish this through monthly meetings, 
field trips and a regional conference in the 
spring, including seven other schools. Be- 
ing in the Engineering college, this group 
stresses achievement and recognized Dave 
McPherson and Paul Brookover for their 
accomplishment in writing outstanding 
papers for the regional paper contest last 
spring. Officers of the group include Ben 
Robbins, Chairman; George Jackson, Co- 
chairman; and Marlene Lagoda, Secretary. 
Dr. Earl Foster, an associate professor in 
the Mechanical Engineering Department, 
acts as advisor to this group. 




Bottom Row left to right: Chester A. Schroer, Myron Van Gerpen, Robert Downs, Christopher Blaydon, George Jackson, Ben Rob- 
bins, Marlene Lagoda, Rudolph Profaizer, Richard Jessen, Don Slaughterbeck, John Straton 

Middle Row left to right: Fred Sovjak, James R. Singleton, Michael J. Burger, Leonard A. Davis, Pat Ellis, Myles Bauman, Thomas 
A. Black, Hugh S. Souder, Richard J. Epp, T. F. Hamm, Al Fiermelia 

Top Row left to right: Burleigh Binning, Charles J. Reed, Paul S. Deem, Dalton W. Baker, Samuel C. Mauk, Kent Westedt, Rudolph 
Arnold, Robert C. Jurek, Royal Smith, Anthony J. Sargent 



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Bottom Row left to right: Floyd Foresman, Daniel Jacobs, Kenneth Tompkins, Gerald E. Barbour, Nick Kanellopoulds, Carolyn 
Hardy, Neal Marsh, Carl E. Lindberg, Jim Reeves, Jim Duguid, Gary Carver 

Top Row left to right: Mike McNulty, Elwin Trost, Mel McKnight, Jim Atchley, Fred Salsbury, Eugene Koester, Al Cook, Richard 
Mirth, Don Noland, Darryl Olson, Mel ZumBrunnen, Donald R Lamb 



ASCE Sponsors Smokers, Banquets 
High Goals 



and 



Coordination is the keyword in this so- 
ciety led by Floyd E. Foresman, President; 
Jim Reeves, Vice President; Gary Carver, 
Secretary; and Mel McKnight, Treasurer. 
This group strives to "bring out the best" 
in students in civil, agricultural, and archi- 
tectural engineering. An attempt is made 
here to create more interest and further the 
student's knowledge in his individual field. 
The society also sponsors the ASCE Smoker 
in the latter part of September and the 
Banquet in May. Advisor for this group is 
Dr. Donald Lamb, Professor of Civil Engi- 
neering. 



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Bottom Row left to right: Gordon Saathoff, Tony Dunn, Frank Farnham, D. Lynn Taylor, Don Likwartz, Del Strickling 
Top Row left to right: Walter Smith, John M. Angelovich, Jerry Calkins, James Meroney, John Smalley, Gene Mulholland 

American Institute of Metallurgical, 
Mining and Petroleum Engineers 



"Strive On . . . The control of nature 
is won, not given," This motto on the Engi- 
neering Building could well apply to these 
American Institute of Metallurgical, Min- 
ing and Petroleum Engineers. The groups 
objectives are to increase knowledge in the 
petroleum industries and to instill a pro- 
fessional pride in its members. AIME con- 
ducts tours throughout the Rocky Mountain 
area and holds a technical paper contest in 
January. Gordon Saathoff is the President 
with Delbert Strickling, Secretary; Tony 
Dunn, Treasurer; Dr. Stinson, head of the 
Petroleum Engineering Department, is the 
advisor for AIME. 



Those students enrolled in Agricultural 
Engineering or Agricultural mechanics are 
eligible for membership in Agricultural 
Engineering Club which strives to promote 
interest in the members in their profession. 
A spring picnic and a trip to regional meet- 
ing in February are a few of the groups an- 
nual activities. Agricultural Engineering 
Club meets the third Tuesday of each 
month and is led by James Fornstrom. 
Richard Benston, Secretary-Treasurer; Don 
Slack, Scribe; and Don Harrod, Vice Presi- 
dent complete the slate of officers. 



Agricultural Engineering Club 
Promotes Professional Interest 



Bottom Row left to right: Fred Gibbs,, Jim Atkinson, Don Slack, Richard Bengtson, George Willson 

Top Row left to right: James Royden, Jim Fornstrom, Hugh Lowham, Ted Loudon, David Nimmo, Dan Jackson, Don Harrod 














Bottom Row left to right: Jim F. Jensen, Eugene J. Koester, Peter R. Hanson, Melvin ZunBrunnen 
Top Row left to right: George F. Krell, Jim Atchley, Al Cook, Darryl Olson, Dave Pope 



Architectural Engineers Display 



A building is the realization of a so- 
ciety's ideals and the men in this college 
are preparing, through study and research, 
to realize the ideals of tomorrow's society. 
The open house held at the Engineering 
College each spring gives these men an op- 
portunity to display their achievements. 
Dream homes, efficiency hotels, and fra- 
ternity house. Smacking of Frank Lloyd 
Wright are just a few of the models that 
can be seen. Membership in this group is 
open to all students enrolled in the depart- 
ment of architectural engineering. Mr. 
Peter Hansen, professor of architecture is 
the advisor for the group led by Eugene J. 
Koester, President; Jim Atchley, Vice Presi- 
dent; and Al Cook, Secretary-Treasurer. 



Achievements 



Progress — is our most im- 
portant product! This motto 
could well be applied to 
these engineers who have an 
eye on the future— and a hand 
at the wheel. The Aerospace 
engineers are laying the 
foundation with an emphasis 
on achievement through such 
honors as their student lec- 
ture and outstanding student 
awards. Practical experience 
is gained through field trips, 
laboratories, and research. 
Jimmy Don Young is the 
student branch chairman, 
with Rudy Profditer serving 
as Vice Chairman with Sec- 
retary and Ted Erickson as 
Treasurer. Mr. W. C. Town- 
send acts as advisor to these 
Progressive Engineers. 



Awards, Practical Experience Keynotes IAE 

Bottom Row left to right: Rudolph Profaizer, John R. Straton, Dalton W. Bailden, Jimmie Young, Chester Schroer, Theodore Erick- 
son, Royal Smith, Robert Jurek, Paul Brandt 

Top Row left to right: Paul S. Deem, John Johnson, T. F. Hamm, Samuel Mauk, Arnold Elsbernd, Eugene Allen, Kent Westedt, 
Myles Bauman, Hugh Souder, Jim Baird 



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The American Nuclear Society 
Organizes This Year 




Sitting left to right: R. J. Jiacolletti, sponsor; Rudolfe Arnold, Thomas Black, Marlene Lagoda, Richard Epp, Robert Jurer 
Middle Row left to right: Don Slaughterbeck, Ben Robbins, Dennis Kiser, Ken Cook, Rowland Linford, Neil Coddington, Char- 
les Reed 
Top Row left to right: Victor Burta, Tom Raper, Fred Sovyak, William Davis, Maynard Morris, Dan Endee, Allen Thede 



"One world or none" is of vital concern 
to the members of this new organization. 
Membership is open to any student in all 
related sciences and the function of the 
organization is to discuss nuclear advances 
for both peace and war. They carry out 
this function by having speakers at their 
monthly meetings. The organization hopes 



to broaden its scope by importing speakers 
from other campuses in the future. The of- 
ficers of the American Nuclear Society are 
Tom Black, President; Rudy Arnold, Vice- 
President; Marlene Lagoda, Secretary; and 
Richard Epp, Treasurer. Mr. R. J. Jiacol- 
letti is the sponsor for the group. 









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Union Planning and Coordinating Committee 



Coordinating the tens of events spon- 
sored by the Union proves to be quite a job, 
as any member of this committee will tell 
you. Responsible for presenting a well- 
organized, integrated program to the stu- 
dents, the Planning and Coordinating Com- 
mittee sets dates and arranges a social events 
calendar for the year. Jim Crow is the en- 
thusiastic sponsor of the Committee that is 
composed of the chairmen of all the Union 
Committees. 



Left to Right: John Anderson, Hugh McFadden, Gail Davis, John Dineen, Mel Genetti, Jim Crow, and Sally Stoddard 





John Allen, John Dineen, Steve Gehring, Judy Shelby, Jim Crow, Pat McKeown, Kristine Frerichs, Mel Genetti, and Linda Bowman 



Union Publicity Committee 



Ideas and more ideas . . . every 
week this Committee gets to- 
gether for brainstorming sessions 
to come up with new publicity 
methods. Using every means pos- 
sible, the Committee, as advised 
by Jim Crow, advertises every 
Union sponsored activity, from 
weekend dances to special events 
such as the Union Nightclub. 



Attempting to produce a well 
rounded student is a function of 
every University. The Special 
Events Committee contributes to 
the cause by sponsoring movies, 
concerts, the WUTS programs, 
and many other activities to help 
provide entertainment for the 
Campus. Jim Crow serves as ad- 
visor for the group. 



Special Events Committee 



Judy King, Lou Markley, Sally Stoddard, Diana Winchell, Theo Strannigan, and Sam Lee 




Judy Sasse, Gail Davis, Ann 
Bonner, Jim Crow, Pam 
Thomas, and Hugh McFad- 
den 




Union Cultural 
Affairs Committee 

New innovations are a specialty of the 
Cultural Affairs Committee. Art exhibits, 
lecture series, and the Hour with Literature 
series are just a few of the activities spon- 
sored by this Committee. This spring, a 
new event, a Fine Arts Festival, will be 
brought to the campus under the auspices 
of this Committee. The Festival will include 
lectures, concerts, and exhibits, and prom- 
ises to become a permanent facet of Uni- 
versity Life. 



Union Social 
Committee 

Decorations, plans, and hours of hard 
work are all functions of the Social Com- 
mittee. Giving the students a taste of the 
"night-life", the Committee's biggest job is 
sponsoring the Union Nightclub. This 
year's Nightclub theme was Coral Reef and 
students enjoyed the atmosphere of low 
lights, and underwater decorations. 






First Row left to right: Tony Pirella, Karen Hill, Kathy Reeve, Kathy 
Murphy, and Alice Hames 

Second Row left to right: Jim Crow, John Anderson, Mel McKnight, 
Jack Garrett, Jo Ann Simmons, Shirley Long, and Ann Sherard 




Presentations of JJW 

Summer Theater 



Pictured to the left are scenes 
from each of the five plays pre- 
sented during the summer of 
1962. Students attending summer 
school and local townspeople are 
encouraged to participate in these 
dramatic productions. From top 
to bottom, scenes from plays are: 
The Tender Trap, The Cretan 
Woman, Bad Seed, Hotel Uni- 
verse, and Years Ago. 




JW Children's Theater 



Amiel Leonardia, as Rumpel- 
stiltskin, boasts of his powers 
over the spinning wheel. 




Susan Comin and Amiel Leonardia in a scene from Rumpelstiltskin 




Each year the members of the Univer- 
sity of Wyoming Theater present a produc- 
tion especially appealing to the members 
of the younger generation. This production, 
known as the Children's Theater, has come 
to be loved by the old as well as the young. 
This year's presentation was the well- 
known tale, Rumpelstiltskin. Besides Amiel 
Leonardia, who played the leading role, 
cast members included: Karen Ready, Bill 
Borton, Fred Wheeler, Susan Comin, and 
Mary Orr. 



Rumpelstiltskin returns to the 
princess to claim the child. 





THE MERRY WIVES 



Sir John Falstaff (Fred Wheeler) in the 
Boarshead Inn 



OF WINDSOR 



Dramatis Personae 

Sir John Falstaff 

Fenton 

Shallow 

Slender 

Ford 

Page 

William Page 

Sir Hugh Evans 

Doctor Caius 

Host of the Garter Inn 

Bardolph 

Pistol 

Nym 

Robin 

Simple 

Rugby 

Servants to Ford 

Mistress Ford 

Mrs. Page 

Anne Page 

Mistress Quickly 



By 

Shakespeare 



Fred Wheeler 
Steve Carlson 
Kenneth Stimson 
Mark Jenkins 
John Beach 
Earl Beneda 
Tim Daniel 
Amiel Leonardia 
Charles Summerfield 
Jay Hacker 
Gary Dolan 
Jay Allison 
Ron Liden 
Patrick Thompson 
Gary Foster 
Grant Wasden 
Arthur McCain 
William Kelley 
Barbara Swain 
Janet Burke 
Anna Beth Nygaard 
Nancy Thompson 
Sharon Reed 
Karen Ready 
Shirley Thayer 
Susan Comin 




According to tradition "The Mer- 
ry Wives" was composed by com- 
mand of Queen Elizabeth I, "who 
obliged Shakespeare to write a 
Play of Sir John Falstaff in Love, 
which I am very assured he per- 
formed in a fortnight: a prodigi- 
ous thing when all is well con- 
trived and carried on without the 
least confusion." 



Sir John Falstaff toasts and boasts to his fellow men. 



Grand Finale of the "Merry Wives of Windsor" 




tEYOND THE HORIZON 

by 
Eugene O'Neill 

ROBERT MAYO Ron Liden 

ANDREW MAYO . . . John Beach 

RUTH Deanna Allard 

JAMES MAYO . . Kenneth Stimson 

MRS. MAYO Reina Bent 

DICK SCOTT . . Frederick Wheeler 
MRS. ATKINS . . . Sandra Anderson 

MARY Tammy Crocker 

BEN Jay Hacker 

DR. FAWCETT . . . Arthur McCain 




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Beyond the Horizon. 




The family has an argument dur- 
ing the noon hour. 



Part of the cast on top of a hill on the farm overlooking the sea. 




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Greeks establish high ideals of scholarship, coupled 
with a close social bond. These strive to "function" with 
activity, confidence and organization. Such three elements 
are responsible for the successful execution of any campus 
event. Affiliation benefits include the establishment of 
deep lasting friendships, and development of individual 
abilities. They stand united toward personal endeavor, 
scholastic endeavor, scholastic excellence and productive 
activity. "A feeling for one to fit with another, to strength- 
en one and both, And a pattern of behavior makes this 
union known and living, For it is built upon a need." 



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Chi Omegas invite rushees 
into their house for a 
glimpse of sorority life. 



Bobbie Gard and Ann Trowbridge entertain at the Kappa Delta's Casino party. 





The rushes got a glimpse of the Kappa Kastle. 



Spotlight "Rush" 



Come and join in the Highland fling with the Alpha 
Chi's. 



Greeks begin the school year 
with a great "rush" to select new 
members for fraternal life. This 
"Rush" is a full week consisting 
of parties for the sororities and 
fraternity smokers. It is a week 
evoking laughter, tears, and a 
time of decision. The biggest de- 
cision around campus is then 
"Which group should I choose?" 
But when the decision is finally 
reached, the new fraternity mem- 
ber finds his home away from 
home. 




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JoAnn Simmons and Dr. Field "twist a bit" at the Phi Delt Dance. 



Dancin' Down the Row 



Gamma Phi's cut a rug at their annual winter 
formal. 



Costume and Formal Dances 
provide an excellent opportunity 
of socializing for Sorority and 
Fraternity members. Fraternities 
have three dances annually and 
the sororities generally have one 
each semester. 




Bowry Babes Wave at the Bowry 
Ball 



Twisting at the ATO Fall and 
Costume Dance 





Sigma Chi Baby Ball Encourages Clever Costumes 




Christmas on 
Fraternity Row 



The Kappa Deltas and their brother 
fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, en- 
tertain the orphan children each 
Christmas with a party and gift ex- 
change. "But where's Santa?" 



Stockings are hung by the chimney 
each year, They are filled with lots of 
toy's and cheer. The Pi Phi's and 
their dates then give them away, To 
make orphans happier on Christmas 
Day! 






The prize winning Sig Alph float makes its way on the parade route. 



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Karen Hill rides into the field house to receive her 
crown. 



"Rays of Victory" are emitted by this homecoming float. 




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A Fashion Show and Tea is held annually at the Tri 
Delta house for all their alums. 



Each year, the Dean of Women, £. Luella Galliver, celebrates her birth- 
day with a dinner at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house. 



Sororities Entertain 



"Did you hear what they said?" Something is certainly funny! Tri Delt's host the Valentines Day Party for the pledges of the sorori- 
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Gamma Phi, Kappa, Tri Delt, Pi Phi, and ATO lead a yell at the first football rally. 



"Come on team, let's go! 



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Pi Phi basketball team emerges the 
victor over the Alpha Chi-Chi Omega 
team. 




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"Tra-La-La-Boom-De-A" Pi Phi pledges en- 
tertain at their annual Follies. 



Greek Winter 



TKE's portray the Queen of Hearts 
at the Snow Carnival. 








"Who said there wasn't 
any snow?" - say the Taus 
as they labor through the 
night working on their 
snow sculpture. 



Alpha Chi House Scene 
of Spring Wedding 



It is not often that a sorority house 
is the setting for a wedding, but Bar- 
bara Andrau and Don Peck were mar- 
ried in the Alpha Chi House in the 
traditional manner. 



Barbara and Don cut their cake following the wedding. 



Barbara talks to her guests during 
the wedding reception. 





Matching bands signify the union 
of holy Matrimony. 




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Kisses for sale: Are they worth 
25c? 




Something makes you forget that you're not 
alone in a crowd! 



You're not really serious about this "I hate women week' 



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Just exactly what goes on at these pa- 
jama parties? 






Say boy, did you lose your pin? 



College students all seem to agree that at least a part 
of college life revolves around yes, you guessed it, sex. 
The following snaps happened to catch a few co-eds and 
their escorts a little off guard. 



:t me entertain you, let me make you 
ule. 




The title of this section 
is well displayed on the 
Sigma Chi house. 



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Sorority Separates: 
Mix and Match 



Panhellenic Council, the Greek Women's governing 
body, is composed of two representatives from each sorori- 
ty. This group of young women with the aid of an alum 
advisor, a Panhellenic advisor, and one Junior Panhelle- 
nic representative, formulate rushing rules, approve social 
functions, and plan Greek Week, a week set aside for 
promoting the fraternity system. 




Barbara Duncan 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 



Gwini Adams 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 




Pat Buchanan 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 



Judy Ziegler 
Kappa Delta 




Kay Sturholm 
Pi Beta Phi 




Pat McKeown 
Pi Beta Phi 



Sandy Marshall 
Delta Delta Delta 



Lila Gallagher 
Delta Delta Delta 



Dickey Lee Shepard 
Gamma Phi Beta 



Kathie Spiss 
Gamma Phi Beta 



Sally Woodson 
Chi Omega 



Jo Anne Jeremiason 
Chi Omega 






Doris Schlatter and Jo Ann Simmons discuss layouts for the 
following section. 



Debutante 



Honoraries 



167 Chimes 

166 Mortar Board 

168 Spurs 












Living Groups 



171 Dorms 



Organizations 



Editor-in-Chief ... Jo Ann Simmons 
Assistant Editor .... Doris Schlatter 

Art Editor Joyce Spence 

Copy Editor Susan Larson 

Photography Editors . . . John Malven 

Bob Warner 



169 AWS 

170 Junior Panhellenic 
150 Panhellenic 



Sororities 



The lovely ladies pictured on the cover 
were the 1961-62 WYO Beauties. They are 
Kathy Thompson, Bobbye Thatcher, Linda 
Moore and Judi Ziegler. 



152 Baubles: Alpha Chi Omega 

154 Bangles: Chi Omega 

156 Beads: Delta Delta Delta 

158 Evening Luxury: Gamma Phi Beta 

160 Chantilly Lace: Kappa Delta 

162 A Whiff of Blue Mist: Kappa Kappa 

Gamma 

164 A Tiffany Necklace: Pi Beta Phi 



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BA UBLES 



glistening gold giving just that extra special touch 
to any outfit typifies the good grooming of an Alpha Chi 
Omega. This quality added to other outstanding achieve- 
ments, including second place in the Homecoming Sing 
and Float competition and first piace in the Winter Car- 
nival 1962 certainly render the Alpha Chi's noteworthy 
reputation. President of Panhellenic Council and WAA 
and Branding Iron Editor are also included among this 
sorority membership. Barbara Andrau, president and Mrs. 
Bessie Elby, housemother, served this group during the 
past year. 




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President Barbara Andrau and housemother Mrs. Bessie Elby. 




Barbara Alley 




Mary Jo Alley 




Barbara Andrau 




Mary Linn Barnes 




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Ellen Anne Baker 
Barbara Braes 
Billie Brown 
Dorothy Burger 
Janet Burke 



Jean Clark 
Sheila Constantino 
JoAnne Culbertson 
Karen Denton 
Carolyn Drew 



Helen Edwards 
Cheryl Gaer 
Lynn Grado 
Maxine Grove 
Martha Hand 



Jane Hagensen 
Kyle Herman 
Sara Horgan 
Kathryn Jones 
Kathy Karpan 






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Linda Lee 
JoAnn Leggett 
Marilyn Lewis 
Janet Lynn 
Jana McBride 
Judy McClenahan 
Katharine McMillan 



Karene McRae 
Suzanne Mattson 
Pat Munn 
Donnell Nicoll 
Margaret Ponder 
Mary Ponder 
Mary Lou Rentto 



Wadetta Ricketts 
Nancy Sanders 
Sylvia Smith 
Mary K. Tigert 
Lila Vines 
Mary Whitcomb 
Linda Woleott 



BANGLES 



The most glamorous and appropriate ac- 
cessories accent the dress of the members of Chi 
Omega. Chi Omega hosted the fraternity-sorority 
pledge mixer held this fall. Honors in beauty 
and scholarship adorn this group's jeweled 
crown . . . finalist in the Miss UW and Miss 
Wool contests, the second place rating in the 
all school sing and first place honors in the all 
sorority pledge scholarship competition. The 
president of Chi Omega is Carole Osgard and the 
housemother is Mrs. Carolyn Klein. 




President Carole Osgard 




Sharon Anderson 



Karen Augsbach 
Jan Butler 



Jacque Cheese 
Deborah Cheney 



Rita Christensen 
Susan Comin 




Mary Darling, Judy Derr, Jean 
Dickinson, Carole Dresner, Mary 
Ester Edmonds, Jerry Gentiline 



Connie Gloyd, Margaret Gould, 
Marilyn Haas, Juleanne Haskey, 
Zora Juraco, Jean Hummer 



Marilyn Kimport, Barbara Kniss, 
Karyl Kohrs, Mary Bess Kohrs, Jo- 
Ann Jeremiason, Virginia Johnson 



Carole Lahti, Max Leckie, Jeanne 
Legoski, Marjie Lehmkuiler, Jenohn 
Lewis, Carole Loebe 



Sandi Long, Mary Lonsdale, Sandra 
Majors, Sharon Majors, Jo Dene 
McKie, Evelyn Melonuk 



Carole Newcomer, Linda Olson, 
Carol Osgard, Kelly Pfaff, Diann 
Prahl, Jill Proctor 



Judy Robinson, Kay Schacht, Kath- 
leen Sheehan, Dorothy Sheldon, 
Lynette Smith, Sue Stanford 



Nancy Thompson, Scarlet Welton, 
Cheryl Wheeland, Virginia Williams, 
Sally Woodson, Roxanne Zakotnik 




Beads. 



the shining pearls from the 
crescent-pins of Delta Delta Del- 
ta women ascribe an atmosphere 
of beauty combined with intelli- 
gence. In May, 1962, the Deltas 
received the Scholarship Cup for 
having the highest sorority grade 
average during the 1961-62 per- 
iod. A homecoming queen fina- 
list, an Air Force Queen spiced 
with two members of Mortar 
Board, five Chimes and a Spur 
further renders the aura of cul- 
tured living. The head "pearl" is 
Karen Rushmore with Mrs. Roda 
Wall serving as the Tri-Delt 
housemother. 




President Karen Rushmore and Housemother Mrs. Wall. 




Cherie Aimonetto 



Mary Lou Allen 
Nancy Anthony 



Beta Atwood 
Lynn Beltz 



Anne Bonner 
Sara Burdick 



Lana Cable 

Carol Christofferson 




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Row 1 Jo Anne Cloyd, Jeanne Cobb, Rosalie Daubenspeck, Jamie Dickson, Sally Doyle, Judy Degroiw, Judy Engstrom 
Row 2 Lindsey Faust, Jacqueline Ferguson, Sylvia Field, Lila Gallager, Janette Hailey, Guyna Hall, Alice Hames 
Row 3 Sally Holbert, Judy Holliday, JoAnn Hoy, Avanell Keys, Nance Kitchen, JoAnn Hughes, Susan Knecht 
Row 4 Glenda Lancaster, Joan Laughlin, Ginny Lee, Carolyn Logan, Sharon Luond, Donna Rae McHale, Susan McPherson 
Row 5 Sandra Marshall, Bobbie Martin, Delores Mayland, Betty Jo Montgomery, Mary Margaret Moore, Lynda Oshorn, De- 
lores Patik 

Row 6 Marilyn Pilch, Michele Portwood, Cindy Robinson, Tonia Rulli, Karen Rushmore, Linda Savage, Judy Simonton 

Row 7 Jeanette Simpson, Charlene Teague, Pam Thomas, Kathy Tichac, Nancy Twitchell, Donna Whittington, Alice Wooten 



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Evening Luxury. . . . 



sparkling jewelry and laughing 
faces is reminescent of Gamma 
Phi Beta. Founded as a national 
sorority on November 11, 1874, 
the Gamma Phi's have been on 
the UW campus since I960. Be- 
sides an ever active social life, 
these gals find time to work to- 
gether as a sorority. This year 
they won the 1st place trophy for 
producing the best Homecoming 
Float. Ruth Tiierweiler he-ids the 
group. 



President, Ruth Trierweiler 





Lydetta Bailey 
Mary Ellen Bates 
Linda Briscoe 
Shirley Burks 
Carol Crist 



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Cary Lee Cykler 
Martha Dougherty 
Cherie Domsalla 
Pat Fetsco 



Billie Hacker 
Dorothy Hagen 
Barbara Haight 




Sharon Rice 




Barbara Sandoval 
Judie Shelbie 



Dickey Lee Shepherd 
Bonnie Smith 
Kathleen Smith 




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Jan Jacksa 
Judy Moine 



Marjorie O'Brien 



Gretchen Wilkinson 



Kathy Spiss 
Judy Struble 
Ruth Trierweiler 
Zay Lynn Waller 




Alice Zotti 



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President Linda Sheehan and Mrs. Good- 
man, housemother. 




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and a pretty face indicate a 
member of Kappa Delta sorority 
which boasts a group of ever ac- 
tive girls. The women wearing 
the diamond shaped pin received 
the coveted 1st place award in the 
Homecoming Sing competition. 
The Kappa Deltas had a WYO 
beauty, and the president of AWS. 
Linda Sheehan, President and 
Mrs. Helen Goodman, housemoth- 
er, lead the Chantilly Lacers, com- 
bining femininity and active par- 
ticipation. 



Barbara Baker 
Calla Jean Benn 
Karen Bjorn 
Frances Booth 



Linda Bowman 
Ann Brown 
Bonnie Brown 
Betty Crirchett 



Janet DeGise 
Janet Demorest 
Bobbie Gard 
Judy Gillespie 



Ila Gillaspie 
Kay Ann Hoffman 
Carolyn Holz 
Judi Ingalsbe 





Kristin Knutson 
Jenne Lee Lancaster 
Glenda Michaud 
Patty Miller 



Susan O'Conner 
Monica O'Mahar 
Karen Panek 
Mary Ann Plunkett 



Karen Ready 
Marilyn Riggan 
Connie Rohn 
Carol Roll 



Lynn Sannes 
Joan Shaeffer 
Mary Pat Sims 
Nancy Sorenson 



Karen Spence 
Linda Stanfield 
Ruth Tickner 
Ann Trowbridge 
Judi Ziegler 




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A Whiff of Blue Mist. 



follows the Fleur-de-lis gals 
on sorority row, to class, and 
throughout the whole campus. 
Many outstanding achievements 
can be attributed to the "Kappa 
keyers" including top offices in 
three women's honoraries, Home- 
coming Queen, four senators and 
two national awards presented at 
the KKG National Convention 
in 1962. The local Kappa chapter 
was founded on February 25, 
1927 and now, in its thirty-sixth 
year, Maggie Webster serves as 
president and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Campbell as housemother. 





President Maggie Webster and Housemother, Mrs. Campbell. 



Gwini Adams 
Lynn Birleffi 
Mary Fran Bryant 



Pat Buchanan 
Michele Crater 
Suzanne Dahlman 





Cris Davis Marion Delaurante Lynn Dickens 

Karen Gibson Kathy Gould Mary Ellen Green 




Barbara Duncan Kristin Frerichs Jan Gann 
Thelma Hansen Karen Hill Sue Hitchcock 

Anne Keenan Cherie Keyes Judy King 




Sharon Millward Mary Jo Mohr 

Kathi Murphy Mary Orr 

Connie Satterfield Jane Seltenrich 

Judy Troxel Linda Wallin 



Pat Geise Mel Genetti 

Lola Horton Cheryl Houlette 

Linda Laney Jeanne Longpre 

Lorraine Melton Donna Martin 



Linda Porter Pam Rand Kathy Reeves 

Diane Shaffer Nancy Sims Sally Stoddard 

Andee Lou Ward Maggie Webster Dee Wellman 



Theo Strannigan Lydia Swanson Benja Taylor 
Judy Wilson Diana Winchell Kathy Zimmerman 




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a little bit reckless denotes the 
Pi Beters, those gals bearing the 
arrow of gold. Activity spiced 
with a sophisticated air followed 
the members of this sorority. 
Snow and sweater queens, a Phi 
Beta Kappa member, Leota Heil, 
a Powder River Belle, three Wyo 
Beauties, Spurs, Chimes, and Mor- 
tar Board uniforms all spell Pi 
Beta Phi, led by president, Anne 
Gilroy and housemother, Mrs. 
Linda Spalding. 




Housemother Mrs. Linda Spalding and president Anne Gilroy. 



Sallie Bailley 
Helen Bishop 
Mary Byrd 



Colleen Bruns 
Mary Kaye Budd 
Margie Clute 





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Row 1 left to right Stephanie Cobb, Gail Coleman, Merriam Cooper, Shirley Correll, Jean Coyle, Marilyn Decker, Nancy Fair. 

Row 2 left to right Jan Falkingham, Karin Felt, Anne Gilroy, Mary Guthrie, Nancy Guthrie, Ila Hansen, Leota Heil. 

Row 3 left to right Adele Heink, Kaye Hufsmith, Vicki Irwin, Judi Johnston, Mickey Kelley, Susan Kirkpatrick, Jan Klepinger. 

Row 4 left to right Kay Kraus, Gretchen Kuiper, Susan Larson, Vicki Larson, Janet Lowry, Pat McGlone, Pat McKeown. 

Row 5 left to right Linda Moore, Bernie Nein, Sharon O'Melia, Sarah Payne, Sharon Reed, Martha Rogers, Janice Seivert. 



Row 1 left to right Ann Sherard, Sherri Shwen, JoAnn Simmons. 

Row 2 left to right Anne Siren, Jennifer Stout, Kay Sturholm, Bobbye Thatcher, Janyce Thomas, Kathy Thompson, Pam 

Thompson. 

Row 3 left to right Darlene Tippets, Suzie Trowe, Alison Tyler, Judy Van Buskirk, Beth Verstynen, Janice Voss, Barbara 

Wimpenney. 




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Mortar Board sets high standards 



"To encourage leadership, scholarship, and serv- 
ice in college women" are the purposes and objectives 
of the senior women's honorary, Mortar Board. Chosen 
for membership in this highest of women's honoraries 
were Thelma Hansen, Karen Rushmore, Lola Horton, 
Barbara Kniss, Mary Bess Kohrs, Mary Plunkett, Leota 
Heil and Mary Jane Urbigkit. During this year the 
members of Mortar Board sponsored the leadership- 
scholarship banquet, the Founder's Day Tea, the senior 
women's banquet and torchlight laurels which is held 
in the spring. The officers for this year include Thelma 
Hansen, President; Karen Rushmore, Vice president; 
Barbara Kniss, Secretary; Mary Plunkett, Treasurer; 
Lola Horton, Historian; Mary Bess Kohrs, Editor; and 
Leota Heil, AWS Representative. 










Lola Horton 
Barbara Kniss 
Mary Bess Kohrs 



Mary Plunkett 
Karen Rushmore 



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Chimes resound with service 



Kathi Murphy 
President 



Chimes, the Junior Women's Honorary, is composed of these women who have 
maintainad at least a 2.20 grade average and have been active in campus activities 
during their first two years of college. Recognized by all in their bright blue 
uniforms. Chimes members assisted Freshman women during Orientation, moving 
into their dorms, by presenting an hour long program, and by answering any 
questions which they might have in regard to college life and activities. The tra- 
dition AWS test was given to all new women students the first of December. 
President, Kathi Murphy, presides over the group which is sponsord by E. Luella 
Galliver. 



Anne Bonner 
Shirley Brown 
Sara Burdick 



Jane Butler 
Sara Crane 
Sally Ernst 





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Margaret Gould 
Laurie Hays 
Sally Hobert 



Susan Larson 
Carolyn Logan 
Sharon Majors 



Donna Rae McHale 
Ann Sherard 
Anne Siren 
Perky Somers 




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Row 1 left to right Max Leckie, Carol Loebe, Colleen Bruns, Karen Augsbach, Chris Davis, Gwini Adams, Margie Lehmkuhler, Barb, 

Humphreys, Benja Fran Taylor, Kathy Gould. 

Row 2 left to right Mary Lonsdale, Mary Anne Plunkett, Cathy, Federer, Jana Grover, Sharon Freese, Kathleen Sheehan, Carolyn Drew, 

Linda Stanfield, Adele Heink, Mary Esther Edmonds, Bonnie Smith, Sharon Suchta, Judie King. 

Row 3 left to right Andee Lou Ward, Glenda Lamb, Karen Henderson, Lisa Laybourn, Mary Kaye Budd, Judy Ziegler, Susan McPher- 

son, Jo Ann Simmons, Scarlet Welton, Anne Siren. 



SPURS spark school spirit 



Striving to be of service to the University and 
community, to support school activities and to up- 
hold the traditions of the college keeps the gals clad 
in white busy throughout their sophomore year. 

Spurs, the sophomore women's honorary, is com- 
posed of young women who had at least a 2.25 grade 
average their freshman year and who have shown 
an active interest in camr)us activities and citizen- 
ship. 

Spurs promoted school spirit by attending ath- 
letic contests, performed services for the University 



of Wyoming by washing windows and ushering at 
plays, and made money by selling SPURshey bars 
and SPUR-o-grams at Valentine Day. 

Chris Davis as president leads the Spurs towards 
their goals. Other officers include Vice-President, 
Gwini Adams; Secretary, Margie Lehmkuhler; 
Treasurer, Karen Augsbach; Historian, Colleen 
Bruns; AWS Representative, Barb Humphreys; Song- 
leader, Benja Taylor; Junior Advisor, Anne Siren; 
Editor, Carol Loebe. 



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Bottom Row left to right: Diana Duncan, Ross Hall; Sharon Sandeno, Ross Hall; Dorothy Williams, Ross Hall; Bonnie Brown, 
Kappa Delta; Thelma Hansen, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Tonia Rulli, Delta Delta Delta; Gwini Adams, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pat Mc- 
Keown, Panhellenic Council. 

Middle Row left to right: Jeanne Frison, Ross Hall; Gail Speckner, Ross Hall; Paula Zancanella, Ross Hall; Carol Williams, Ross 
Hall; Jeanne Augustin, Knight Hall; Sharon Redding, Knight Hall; Patsy Hittle, WAA; Sharon Kimble, Hoyt Hall; Carole Lahti, Chi 
Omega; Leota Heil, Mortar Board. 

Top Row left to right: Sheila Constantino, Alpha Chi Omega; Bonnie Smith, Gamma Phi Beta; Barb Humphreys, Spurs; Carolyn Lo- 
gan, Delta Delta Delta; Nan Babel, Hoyt Hall; Suzanne Trowe, Pi Beta Phi; Sharon Majors, Chimes. 

AWS Regulates Women's Activities 



Assisting the Dean of Women in her regu- 
lation of girls' hours and activities is the organ- 
ization called Associated Women Students. Most 
of the work done by this group concerns legis- 
lation and maintenance of campus rules for 
women. AWS also promotes the Wyo King elec- 
tions, Tourchlight Laurels, Panhellenic and 
Mortarboard. Miss Bonnie Brown is president 
of this group composed of elected and approved 
representatives from all women's associations. 
Miss E. Luella Galliver, Dean of Women, spon- 



Bonnie Brown presides over 
an AWS meeting while 
members discuss current 
problems. 



sors AWS along with Miss Bernadine Schunk, 
head pf Student Teacher Placement and Mrs. 
Margaret Boyd, Home Economics instructor. 

Every spring AWS awards a scholarship to 
an outstanding senior woman. Meetings are con- 
ducted in the PSI Room every other Tuesday. 
Officers assisting Bonnie Brown are Dorothy 
Williams, Presidential Delegate at large; Thel- 
ma Hansen, Vice President; Sharon Sandeno, 
Vice Presidential delegate at large; Tonia Rulli, 
Secretary and Diana Duncan, Treasurer. 





Row 1 left to right Beth Verstynen, Pi Beta Phi; Mickey Kelly, Pi Beta Phi; Kathy McMillan, Alpha Chi Omega; Pat Buchan- 
an, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Row 2 left to right Michele Crater, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Michele Portwood, Delta Delta Delta; Karen Panek, Kappa Delta; 
Wadetta Ricketts, advisor, Alpha Chi Omega. 
Row 3 left to right Sue Knecht, Delta Delta Delta; Rita Christensen, Chi Omega; Dorothy Shelden, Chi Omega. 

Cooperation Keynotes Activies of Jr. Panhellenic 



Mickey Kelly, Pi Beta Phi, 
President 



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Miss Mickey Kelly presides over Jr. Pan- 
hellenic Council and its activities. She is assist- 
ed by Kathy McMillen, secretary; Beth Versty- 
nen, treasurer; and Pat Buchannan, representa- 
tive to Sr. Panhellenic. The group is established 
to promote friendship among Greek pledge 
classes. Membership is made up of two elected 
representatives from each sorority pledge class. 
These young women work together on various 
money making projects. Miss Wadetta Ricketts 
is the advisor of Junior Panhellenic which meets 
every other Tuesday in the Union. 



Wadetta Ricketts, Alpha Chi 
Omega, Advisor 



Dorms Foster Fun and Memories 




Miss Frances Meiller, Knight Hall housemother 




Dorm life is an exciting, interesting ex- 
perience enjoyed by all women who live 
there. It is a jumble of card games, ringing 
telephones, blaring stereos, disappointed 
and ecstatic girls, gossip sessions and an 
occasional quiet moment set aside for study. 

Ross hallers live in the luxury of a new 
beautifully furnished dorm. Ross Hall, the 
newest women's dorm, is equipped with 
elevators, which transport the weary stu- 
dents to the different floors of the dorm, 
and telephones in each room which are 
ringing constantly. 




Mrs. Lydia Corthell, Hoyt Hall housemother 



Knight Hall Officers, Seated left to 
right: Sharon Redding, President; 
Sara Jane Fenimore, Vice President; 
Josephine Jones, Secretary. Standing: 
Jean Augustine, AWS Representative; 
Stephanie Crabtree, Treasurer. 



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Hoyt Hall Officers, Seated left to right: Karen Edson, Secretary; Nan Babel, Presi- 
dent; Karen Arterberry, Treasurer. Standing: Sharon Kimble, AWS Representative; 
Shelby Ames, Social Chairman; Jane Allison, Vice President. 




At Ross Hall, Mrs. Marie Heckendorf has 
charge of approximately 400 women. In the 
two years that Ross Hall has been in existence, 
its girls have dominated the intra-mural activi- 
ties sponsored by the W.A.A. This year, Ross 
Hall won the bowling tournament which was 
held in October and more recently the volley- 
ball tournament held in December. These two 
events have brought the first place trophy total 
to six— a record of which the entire group is 
proud. 

Under the supervision of dorm mother, 
Miss Francis E. Meiller and President, Sharon 



Redding, Knight Hall has sponsored several 
teas and functions. This musically talented 
group of women sang their way to first place 
in the Independent Women's division of the 
Homecoming Sing. 

"Venerable" describes Hoyt Hall, the oldest 
dorm still in use on this campus. Through the 
years this dorm has felt the footsteps of numer- 
ous girls and has heard the joys and sorrows of 
everyone of its dwellers. Hoyt carries on its tra- 
ditional manner under the leadership of Nan 
Babel, President, and Mrs. Lydia Corthell, dorm 
mother. 



Mrs. Marie Heckendorf, Ross Hall dorm mother 




Ross Hall Officers, Seated left to right: Carol Williams, President; Jan 
Thorton, Treasurer; Annette Menghini, Social Chairman; Sally Hansen, 
Vice President. Standing: Kathy Federer, Secretary; Paula Zancanella, 
AWS, Gail Speckner, AWS, Jeanne Frison, AWS; Mary Jo Brady, Activi- 
ties Chairman. 





Working— 





Telephone calls come in day and night. It would help if you 
were a mechanic when it comes to running the switchboard! 



Musically talented girls gather around the piano to 
entertain all who have time to listen. It's better than 
a juke box! 



Holding hands is much more fun in the sha- 
dow of the dorm "jungle". It's almost like 
being lost in the Tullies! 




Playing— 



Last minute sign ins are typical at dorm closing 
time. Sign in five minutes early and avoid the rush! 





Taking time out to get a soft 
drink is a great excuse to con- 
gregate in the hall to discuss 
the latest "gossip"? 




Playing cards is a favorite passtime of the 
UW co-eds. Anything is better than study- 
ing, isn't it? 




Just sitting around! 





Knitting is the latest fad. It is logical, from knit- 
ting sweaters grow. And sweaters keep us warm 
during the long winter months. 



Stormy winter nights keep girls inside the dorm. The strenuous game of table 
tennis provides ample entertainment. We must get our exercise! 



Senior Home Economics majors are required to live in the Home management house for 
one semester. Here young women get practical experience in "managing" a home. They 
are kept busy cooking, cleaning, washing dishes, and occasionally they find a spare 
minute to study and entertain. Isn't that correct? 





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Top Row left to right: Jim Gidley, Keith Lantz, Corky Schilt, John Hursh, Ed Pexton. 

Middle Row left to right: Bob Steen, Kim Briggs, Clyde Wilson, Fred Reed, Jack Mueller, Larry Amundson, Konrad Jarausch. 

Bottom Row left to right: Gale Davis, John Allen, Dave Carmichael, Bill Shaffer, Randy Murphy, Lyle Rickert, Mike Hedlund. 



The Interfraternity Council is the coordi- 
nating and governing body of the men's Greek 
letter fraternities and, consequently, is made up 
of members from each of these organizations. 
It is the supreme hope of IFC to maintain cordial 
relations between the fraternities, while at the 
same time to promote the type of competition 
which must exist to make a fraternity system 
strong. 

Not only does IFC coordinate the relations 
of the individual fraternities but at the same 
time it tries to promote understanding with 
other groups outside of the Greek organizations. 
IFC is constantly dealing with the faculty, stu- 



dent body, and city of Laramie in an effort to 
establish friendly ties. 

The first and perhaps toughest job of the 
year for IFC is the planning and coordinating 
needed to carry out a successful rush week. IFC 
is also in charge of one of the university's social 
highlights, the Ugly Man's dance. Concluding 
the year IFC is trying to organize and strengthen 
what they hope to be an annual event, "Greek 
Week". 

Officers this year were Dave Carmichael, 
president; Bill Shaffer, vice-president; and Kim 
Briggs, secretary-treasurer. 



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vol. 50 school year 1962 - 63 



PL A YBOY 



CONTENTS FOR THE PLAYBOY SECTION 

COVER , 177 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 178 

CONTENTS 179 

PHI EPSILON PHI 180 

LOVIN', LIVIN', AND LEARNIN' Lyle Rickert 181 

ATHLETIC DORM 182 

W CLUB 184 

PLAYBOY PARTY JOKES-humor 184a 

PLAYMATE 184b 

FRATERNITY PLAYMATES 185 

SWEETHEARTS OF SIGMA NU 186 

LITTLE SISTERS OF MINERVA 187 

SEAGRAMMERS-- acacia 188 

ANCIENT AGERS-alpha tau omega . 190 

OLD STAGS- farmhouse 192 

FOUR ROSERS-kappa sigma 194 

CANADIAN CLUBBERS-phi delta theta 196 

OLD GRANDADS sigma alpha epsilon 198 

OLD CROWS-sigma chi 200 

OLD FORESTERS-sigma nu 202 

OLD CHARTERERS-sigma phi epsilon 204 

JIM BEAMERS-tau kappa epsilon 206 

CRANE HALL 208 

HILL HALL 210 

WYOMING HALL 212 




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Miss Playmate 




Playboy Playhouse 



PLAYBOY editors LYLE RICKERT and BOB GERHARDT hard at it??? 




GENERAL OFFICE: Laramie, Wyoming, at 
the WYO office in the basement of the 
Union building and areas adjacent such as 
the bowling alley, snack bar, card room, 
Cowboy Cellar, and last but not least in- 
habited, the dark room where many things 
could have developed. Any similarity be- 
tween this section and any real people and 
places is purely by accident. 
CREDITS: cover design by Herb Pownell, 
playmate photos by Bob Warner, fraternity 
photos by Bob Hede, dorms by Tom Main 
and Ed Rasmussen, promotion by Ernie 
Pizotz, art work by Joyce Spence, and lay 
out by Larry Vering. 

The PLAYBOY title, format, and registered 
trademark was used with the express per- 
mission of PLAYBOY MAGAZINE. 
COVER PICTURE: Darlene Tippets and Tex 
Ward embark for a delightful evening at 
the Playboy Penthouse. 



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First Row: John Gingles, Gary Fladmoe, John Kauchich, Ron Salvagio, John Scott, Sam Downing, Bob Steen, Jon Roberts 

Middle Row: Paul Fanning, Steve Maurath, Jack Garrett, Jim Price, John Smalley, Max Dolenc, Everett Larsen, Eugene Bagley, Bill 

Bonnell 

Top Row: Bill Stout, Fred Reed, Richard Bengtson, Gary Matthews, John Igo, Tom Hartwell, Mike Gutz, Jim Thompson, Jack 

Riske 



Phi Epsilon Phi 



Phi Epsilon Phi executive council, 
Craig Carlson, secretary, John Scott, 
president, and John Kauchich, vice- 
president. 



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"O. K. you guys" . . . 

"1, 2, 3, Card No. 41" And so goes the card section, so familiar at home games. This, 
and the Sweater Dance are the two tangible accomplishments of the Phi Ep's and the 
not so tangible functions are to stimulate school spirit and student activities. Card 
Number 1 is John Scott, President. The rest of the deck is John Kauchich, Vice 
President; Tom Hartwell, Secretary; Gary Fladmoe, Treasurer; and Ron Salvagio, 
Public Relations. 




LOVIN", LIVIN", AND LEARNIN' 




by Lyle Rickert 



Quite conceivably there are stu- 
dents at this institution who are 
here to gain what our modern 
society demands, a college degree. 
As a matter of fact all of us in 
the course of a school year give 
a fleeting thought or two to the 
probability of one day facing the 
cruel, "outside" world. But let's 
face it, one can only do so much 
during the course of nine months, 
so something has to be eliminated 
—studying of course! 

Now there are people who con- 
tend that the university student 
who finds himself isolated in Lar- 
amie has little to do but sit in his 
room, staring at the last 108 
PLAYMATES of the last 108 is- 
sues of PLAYBOY. Once again 
we must face the facts. By care- 
fully organizing his average 8 
hour day ,99% of all college stu- 
dents sleep until 2 o'clock in the 
afternoon ) , the University of 
Wyoming student can easily find 
enough to occupy himself, so that 
his books collect an inch of dust 
and his professors report him to 
the Bureau of Missing Persons. 

The most frequented building 
on this campus, the Student Un- 
ion, plays a valuable role in every 
students life. For it is here over a 
cup of coffee or perhaps a coke, 
that the real learning takes place. 
Now the learning acquired here 
cannot perhaps be termed aca- 
demic, but it is here that the latest 
PLAYMATE is discovered and 
booked for the coming weekend, 
it is here that the social plans for 



the weekend are formally out- 
lined, and it is here that one can 
whiz through a few rubbers of 
bridge (the location of this game 
fluctuates between the main floor 
and the basement, depending on 
who is watching). Also located 
in the union are a bowling alley, 
a pool room, and the bookstore, 
all of which provide the student 
with some form of entertainment. 
So it is easy to see how one can 
easily be kept busy without leav- 
ing the confines of one building, 
and consequently, class attend- 
ance is kept at a minimum. 

Once the daylight hours have 
passed it tends to be a little tense 
as far as entertaining oneself dur- 
ing the week. The union can still 
be used although the two most 
stimulating rooms, the Fountain 
Room and the bookstore, are 
closed. On occasion the Univer- 
sity supplies such events as guest 
speakers and professional enter- 
tainment, such as Paul Harvey 
(who appeared in 1961-62) and 
the Highwaymen. Laramie's local 
theaters have a constant string of 
fine movies, although some came 
out originally before talking mov- 
ies were invented. And if it ap- 
pears that the night might be a 
perfect flop, well— "bridge any- 
one"? 

The weekends are a different 
story. We are always ready to 
root for the Cowboys, whether in 
football, basketball, or any other 
sport. One may take his PLAY- 
MATE to such all school func- 



tions as the Homecoming Skid, 
the Ugly Man dance, the Snow 
Carnival, or a dance featuring Les 
Elgart or some other big name 
band. If social events are lacking, 
those students over twenty-one 
seem to still find a plenty to do 
and others discover that Colorado 
is only twenty miles away. 

The members of Greek organi- 
zations always are on the go day 
and night, and the familiar cry of 
"hit the books" becomes their 
motto during dead week— only. 
Other than the school sponsored 
functions, the fraternities and 
sororities provide entertainment 
to supplement their social activi- 
ties. Functions, formals, dances, 
dinners, mixers, and smokers all 
make the little "black book" the 
only book of importance. 

And then, surprisingly enough, 
spring comes to Laramie. As soon 
as the sun comes up the tops of 
the convertibles come down and 
off we go, picnic baskets, golf 
clubs, fishing poles, blankets, 
radio and all. Off we go to some 
remote spot to relax from the 
rigors of a tiring and taxing win- 
ter. 

And so it goes, year in and year 
out, and, into the end, most of us 
do finally make it into that cruel 
world, degree in hand, and stars 
in our eyes. But in the meantime 
the only way to best express the 
feelings of the lonely, bewildered 
students would be to quote his 
lifelong hero, Alfred E. Newman, 
and say, "What, me worry?" 



Athletic Dorm 




"Wimp" Hewgley, Director of the Athletic Dorm, and 
son. 



The Athletic Dorm houses the 
men who participate in the vari- 
ous collegiate sports sponsored by 
the University of Wyoming. The 
dorm was built in 1928 and at 
that time was the only men's dorm 
at the University. Since the con- 
struction of Wyoming Hall, it has 
been used exclusively to house 
athletes. 

The Dorm has several social 
functions during the year with the 
sororities and womens' dorms. In 
the spring, celebrating the end of 
spring football practice, the an- 
nual dorm "picnic-beer-bust" is 
staged somewhere in the foothills 
around Laramie. 

C. W. "Wimp" Hewgley is the 
Dorm Director and lives, with his 
family, in an apartment in the 
dorm. The President of the dorm 
this year was Hugh Lowham. Sec- 
retary-Treasurer was Dick Haw- 
thorne, and Bob Hansen was so- 
cial chairman. 



The Dorm Council: left to right: Tom Delaney, Dick Hawthorne, Louis Pfrangle, Ole Skinner, John Price, 
Dave Madia, Ken Rochlitz, and Wayne Linton. 



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Bottom Row left to right: John Price, Rick Desmarais, Bill Levine, Ken Rochlitz, Dave Hansen, Joe Vitale, Mike Wright, Don 
Quinn 

Middle Row left to right: Dave Madia, Jim Schilling, Lonnie Dunn, Vince Zimmer, Glen Hopkins, Hugh Lowham, Bob Hanson, 
Jim Wysocki, Jim Gautz 

Top Row left to right: Jim Gidley, Bud Spicer, Doug Dion, Bob Knight, Tom Delaney, Pete McNiff, Sherwood Skinner, Ron 
Long, Del Heid 



If you are a freshman or have ever been a freshman 
at the University of Wyoming, there is no doubt that you 
have come into contact with a member of "W" Club. The 
coming of a new school year signifies the need of every 
freshman to have a cherished "beanie" and the members 
of "W" Club have the annual responsibility of seeing to it 
that every freshman is in possession of a "beanie." 

"W" Club is composed of athletes who have partici- 
pated in one phase of varsity athletics at the university. 
Once the athlete has earned a varsity letter, he is eligible 
to become a member of the Wyoming Letterman's Club. 
"W" Club was led by its president, Ken Rochlitz, this 
year and, as usual, the members celebrated the conclusion 
of another successful year by staging their annual dance. 



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PLAYBOY PARTY JOKES 



If you're an eligible bachelor, here are some 
tips on how to woo and win: 

1. Girls like compliments. When calling 
on your girl, say something nice - like- "Gee 
your face is clearing up." 

2. On the first few dates with a gal, take 
her to the best restaurants. After you get to know 
her better you can even take her inside. 

3. If your girl accepts your proposal of 
marriage, be generous. Give her a rock as big 
as a diamond. 



Sam: "Do you know 
what happened at the par- 
ty last night?" 

Ham: "Sure, up to a 
certain pint!" 




Speaking of bachelors, a friend of mine 
gave me a good definition of one the other day: 
a man who believes in life, liberty, and the hap- 
piness of pursuit. 




Louise: "Do you have 
to drive with one arm?" 

Lou: "Sure- you don't 
think this car can steer it- 
self, do you?" 



An English prof was impressing upon his 
freshman class the advantages of acquiring a 
large vocabulary. "Say a word over out loud to 
yourself five times," he advised, "and it will be 
yours for life." A pert frosh in the front row 
closed her eyes and breathed ecstatically, "Wal- 
ter, Walter, Walter, Walter, Walter ..." 



The eight-year old lad was asked by his 
grandfather, "What is the first thing you notice 
about a girl?" The lad wise beyond his years- 
promptly replied, "That depends on which di- 
rection she's facing!" 




"Some sororities will do anything to get a queen !' 



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Miss Playmate is Kappa Sigma's candidate, Nancy 
Twitchell. Miss Twitchell is a Freshman in Home 
Economics, a Corpette, and a member of Delta Delta 
Delta sorority. 



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Donna Rae McHale 



Phi Delta Theta's 
Shelia Constantino 






Sigma Chi's 
Vicki Irwin 





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Sweethearts of Sigma Nu 

The Sweathearts of Sigma Nu serve 
their fraternity in many ways during the 
course of the school year. At teas and open 
houses they are hostesses. During project 
time (cookie sales, work day, etc.) the 
sweathearts are practical money makers. 
Anne Gilroy served the group as president 
during the past year. 




President, Anne Gilroy 




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President, Sylvia Field 



Little Sisters of Minerva 

An auxiliary organization of Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon fraternity, Little Sisters of Minerva, chosen for 
their interest in SAE, is an honorary group in its 
fourth year. They hold a chili supper after a foot- 
ball game each fall and a Valentine dance, hash 
once a year and hostess Teas and Open Houses. At 
the Christmas Party the Little Sisters exchange a 
present with their pledge "son". Meetings are held 
on Sundays, and every other Wednesday the Little 
Sisters, the brothers and Newton meet for dinner. 




Donna Rae McHale 



Maggie Webster 



Mary Plunkett 



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Seagrammers 



The men of Acacia fraternity this year received 
the tenth year of service from their housemother, Mrs. 
Hamilton. Well-known for their enthusiasm, the 
Acacia men continued their trend this year intra- 
murally by placing first in bowling and third in 
basketball. On the social scene, the exotic Night on 
the Nile Costume dance, where everyone goes native 
Egyptian, is supplemented by the Pledge Dance, the 
Spring Formal, and various types of house parties. 
In the spring, these men venture South of the Boarder 
for the annual Black and Gold Convention, in the 
Acacia Rocky Mountain Conference in Denver. Aca- 
cia also placed first in the ill-fated KOWB sponsored 
College Bowl. 





President, Clyde Wilson and housemother, 
Mrs. Hamilton 



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Kim Briggs 
Larry Bush 
Jerry Calvert 



Dennis Donohue 
Bob Downs 
Sherman Drake 



Jim Gallinger 
Lynn Hendershott 
Jim Hipsher 



Harlan Kerr 
Steve Maurath 
Robert Melonuk 



Dave Minshall 
Jerry Moore 
Jack Nicholson 



Gerald Ott 
Charles Realing 
Tom Rue 



Bill Wheeler 
Dan Wilkinson 
Clyde Wilson 




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Ancient Agers 

Founded in 1913 on the University of Wyoming 
campus, the ATO's since that time have maintained 
an active and enthusiastic interest in the program of 
the Greek system. Socially, Alpha Tau Omega holds 
four big dances a year, the Pledge Dance, the Bowry 
Ball, the Sack Dance, and the Spring Formal. Not to 
be outdone academically, the men of ATO have 
placed above the all-men's average for six straight 
years. This year the chapter was again high in the 
overall intermural rankings following a second place 
finish in 1962. The ATO's were ably headed by their 
president, Terry Hearne, and once again were pleased 
to have the services of their housemother, Mom 
Beihn. 




President, Terry Hearne and 
house mother, Mrs. Biehn. 



Bob Adams 



Janes E. Anderson 
Carl Asiala 
John Atkins 



Eugene Bagley 
Ray Bickel 
Michael Booth 



Larry Burkey 
Steve Carlson 
George Chionis 



Carl Davis 
Gale Davis 
Tom Davis 




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Chris DiFraia 
Rinaldo Diloreto 
John Dowler 
Lonnie Fallin 
Spence Garrett 
Don Gris 



Bill Grunkmeyer 
Bob Hanson 
Bill Hansen 
Terry Hearne 
Larry Heslep 
John Igo 



Chuck Kaltenbach 
David King 
Robert Kingsbury 
Art LaCroix 
Don Leary 
Tom Lee 



Alfred Lendahl 
Chuck Lonabaugh 
Hugh Lowham 
Michael McGuire 
Robert McKnight 
Gary McLean 



Terry McLean 
Jon Macy 
Tom Meyer 
Major Miller 
Fred Minister 
Thomas Mohr 



Bill Mulcahy 
Dave Mullens 
Randy Murphy 
Marv Nelson 
Cope Norcrall 
Eddie Olds 



Phil Peterson 
George Porter 
John Porter 
John Price 
Alden Prosser 
Dwane Ranta 



Terry Roberts 
Frank Rotellini 
Corky Schilt 
Jim Schneckloth 
John Smidt 
Milton Smith 



Jim Sprecher 
Pete Spriggs 
Richard Staniforth 
Thomas W. Stewart 
Lyle Stubson 
Teddy Sudman 



Tom Taliaferro 
Dan Wagers 
Bob Wakefield 
Randy Walters 
Ronald Widman 
Jim Wilford 



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President, Ed Rabou 
Housemother, Mrs. C. B. Jenkins 



Old Stags 



The members of the Farmhouse Fraternity are 
very active in all phases of agriculture. They have 
members on the Wyoming rodeo team, the judging 
teams, and in the Agriculture honorary. Farmhouse 
was led this year by their president, Ed Rabou, and 
their housemother, Mrs. C. B. Jenkins, who has been 
with them for the past six years. Social events of the 
year included the Spring Formal and two Western 
stomps, with several picnics and breakfasts held an- 
nually. Farmhouse has been on the Wyoming fra- 
ternal scene since 1950 and the national scene since 
1903. 




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Adrian Arp 
Richard Bengtson 
Bob Cole 



Steve Ferrin 
Jim Fornstrom 
James Grieves 



Edwin Hall 
Norman Holmes 
James C. Johnson 



Ed Pexton 
Ed Rabou 
Donald Stone 



Harry Strauch 
Diether H. VanHouten 
Wendell Wagner 




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Housemother, Mrs. Hope Price and 
President, Jim Gidley 




"The Four Rosers 



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The men of Kappa Sigma fraternity dwell in the 
first house on the "Row". They began the new school 
year with one surprise after another!?? Their yearly 
social activities included the usual houseparties, plus 
their major dances- The Playboy theme Pledge Dance, 
the Spring Formal, and the costumed, notorious 
"Stomp". The K Sigs are known also for their intra- 



mural competitive spirit. This year these men placed 
first in the Homecoming Sing and participated in the 
other Homecoming and Greek Week activities. 

The housemother of this house with the curved 
driveway is Mrs. Hope Price and the president was 
Jim Gidley. 



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John M. Angelovich 
George Armijo 
Nat Belser 
Frank Bertagnoll 
Ken Boilsen 
John Borszcz 



Terrell Bounds, Jr 
James Bublitz 
Don Cadman 
Craig Carlson 
Mark Dahlgren 
Jim Diers 



Paul Driscoll 
Dave Erickson 
John Farmer 
Bill Finnerty 
James Finnerty 
Jim Gidley 




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Canadian Clubbers 



Once again the "Phi Delts" have continued to 
live up to the high standards of their fraternity which 
was founded nationally in 1848 and locally in 1934. 
As members of Phi Delta Theta these men have con- 
sistently attained good scholastic marks and are al- 
ways threats when competing for a share of the intra- 
mural trophy. The Pledge Masquerade Ball, the Win- 
ter Formal, and the Bermuda Ball are all highlights 
of the chapter's social calendar. The Phi Delts also 
partake in an annual Community Service and last 
year were winners of the National Phi Delta Theta 
Community Service Day Trophy. Leading the chapter 
as president this year was Terry Hunter and guiding 
the lives of the chapter's men was their housemother 
of eight years, Mrs. William Frisbe. 





President, Terry Hunter and house- 
mother, Mrs. Frisbe. 



Larry Amundson 
Eric Berman 
Richard Burnside 
Vernon David 
Raymond Di Felici 



Jim Feighny 
John Garrett 
John Gingles 
Mike Hanna 



Larry Lewis 





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Tom Hartwell 
Francis Howard 
Terry Hunter 



Robert Kelly 
Conrad Jarausch 



Richard Laroche 



Richard Ludwig 
Bob McAnally 
John Mclntyre 



James Price 






David Rankin 






Bill Rochelle 






Mike Rouse 






Walter Schultz 






Bryan Sheedy 
William Stout 






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Grant Wilford 
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Old Grandads 



The Sig Alphs have once again completed a suc- 
cessful year topped with the realization that a large 
crop of new pledges and actives should make next 
year even better. SAE's were one of the three or four 
fraternities fighting for the intramural trophy which 
they have won three out of the last four years. For 
the second year in a row, the Chapter won the float 
building contest and placed third in the Homecoming 
Sing. 

Shaggy beards are a sign of one of the Sig Alph's 
infamous dances, the Bushmen's Hop. Other dances 
are the Undertaker's Ball, the Pledge Dance, and the 
Spring Formal. 

The new house mother for SAE this year was 
Mrs. Barbara Anderegg and the president for the 
spring semester was Dick Scarlett. 




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Dick Agee 
Sam Andrews 
Bill Bates 



Tom Bates 
James Bennett 
Lawrence Browning 



Dave Capps 
Dave Carmichael 
Ken Chastain 



Jim Clizbe 
Tom Cole 
Mike Coleman 



Phil Coleman 
John Cotton 
Richard Cooke 



President, Keith Lantz, and housemother, Mrs. Barbara Anderegg. 



Chuck Dalich 
Bob DeFratis 
Bill Dolling 



Dick Dull 
Richard Finch 
Steve Flowers 




Eddie Francke 
Jim Georgis 
Bob Gerhardt 
Ralph Godbe 
Mike Golden 
Denny Goode 



George Gould 
Art Greeno 
Mike Gutz 
Carl Henderson 
Richard Hillhouse 
Jim Hirsig 



Chuck Hughes 
John Jeremiassen 
Karl Knutson 
Keith Lantz 
Alan Layborn 
Ron LeBaron 



Ted Lewis 
Don Likwartz 
Scott Lindley 
Ron Long 
Howard Maley 
Robert Marshall 



Bill McCabe 
Pete McNiff 
Frank Mendicino 
Alan Messing 
Tim Miles 
Robert Milner 




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Mick Murdock 
Doug Nelson 
Nels Nelson 
Bill Nye 
Dennis Olson 
Lyle Rickert 



Don Peck 
Jack Riske 
Joe Rohsback 
Terry Sankey 
Dick Scarlett 
John Scott 



Bernie Seebaum 
Guy Shawver 
Phil Sheller 
Dick Sherman 
Craig Sinclair 
George Soloman 



Lyman Spaulding 
Dick Spear 
Jim Starrs 
Rodney Stearns 
James Storer 
Dick Tanner 



Jim Thompson 
John VanAllen 
Bob Vaughan 
Jim Watson 
John Welshaw 
Dave Woods 



199 



Old Crows 



The men of Sigma Chi fraternity are active in 
every phase of Campus life. Although they are last 
on the "Row" the Sigma Chi's do not take a back 
seat on the Campus social scene. Several major events 
in their night life include the Baby Ball, the Sweet- 
heart Ball, and the notorious Jungle Jump. In the 
merry month of May, the Sig Derby brings to life 
several types of spring fever in the form of kissing, 
egg throwing, and beautiful shape contests. The 
Wyoming Sigma Chi's lay claim to the best chapter 
and to being the outstanding member of their prov- 
ince. This year Sigma Chi placed first in intramurals 
and had five members in Who's Who. Mrs. Shelby 
Berry is the housemother and the president this year 
was Jack Mueller. 




President, Jack Mueller and Housemother, Mrs. Shelby Berry. 




Donald Anderson 
Tom Atkinson 



Jim Bailey 
Dave Barber 
John Bellamy 



Terry Blackert 
Dennis Braa 
Lee Catterall 



Gilbert Wilbert Ceretto 
Gene Chandler 
Steve Chapel 



Rick Clark 
Bruce Cody 
Cris Cooper 



Matt Dawson 
Wayne Dawson 
David Deer 




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Paul Dinkins 
Dave Dougherty 
Dean Duncan 
Richard Ellis 
Edward Endicott 
Paul Fanning 
Jack Ferguson 

James K. Fiero 
Ken Fleming 
Richard Foster 
Richard Gist 
Paul Gleye 
Lee Golden 
Dan Groutage 



James Hall 
William Hampton 
Gerald Harrington 
Jim Hayes 
Barry Hunter 
Dan Hunter 
Rich Johnson 



Gordon Keyes 
Larry Krusee 
Bruce L. Leng 
Lewis Markley 
Dennis Marsh 
Richard Martin 
Gary Matthews 



Randy McArthur 
Hugh McFadden 
Jim Mcintosh 
Irvin McKin 
Fausto Molinet 
Gary Mucho 
Jack Mueller 

Ray Olson 
Larry Peters 
Ronald Piatt 
Jim Ramsey 
Carl Rapp 
Don Rardin 
Tom Reed 



Roger Reifel 
Robert Richards 
Bennett Robbins 
Phil Robbins 
Jim Schuyler 
Richard Scott 
Norm Shafer 



Chuck Showalter 
Darryl Smith 
Gary Smith 
Dan Spangler 
Gary Staley 
Robert Steen 
Roger Swanson 



Roland Swanson 
Gayle Tate 
Kenneth Temple 
Ken Tesh 
Bill Teter 
Glen Thomas 
Edward Thompson 

Richard Tyler 
Louis Vidal 
Tex Ward 
Marshall Williams 
Terry Williams 
Dave Witt 
Walter Zimmerman 





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Old Foresters 



The men of Sigma Nu are well-known for their 
academic prowess, both here at Wyoming and na- 
tionally. Besides being able competitors in the intra- 
mural games, they tend to repeat this in campus 
social life. Besides the houseparties, the Pledge Dance 
(which proved somewhat disastrous??), the White 
Rose Formal, and Chanticleer are their yearly social 
entries in the 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. section of the day. An- 
other "wee hours of the morning" event is the an- 
nual Christmas Tree-top Ambush, held on top of 
the roof of their house. The Sigma Nus placed 2nd 
in the Homecoming Sing and participated in the 
other Homecoming and Greek Week activities. This 
year, they welcomed Mrs. Una Smith as their new 
housemother. 




President, John Allen 
Housemother, Mrs. Una Smith 




Bill Ackerman 
John Allen 




Bruce Anker 
Ron Baily 



Tom Barker 
Richard Bateman 





Albert Benson 
Jerry Bergenhagen 





Kent Bowswell 
Larry Bressler 





Keith Brighton 
Michael A. Brodrick 





Andrew Burke 
Gary Burnette 





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Jerry Calkins 
Joe Cavanaugh 
Dennis Chadderson 
Ray Choate 
Bill Clarke 
Dave Clarke 



John Clarke 
Skip Cooper 
James Cunningham 
John Dinneen 
Harvie Domsalla 
Tom Downing 



Sam Downing 
Don Eckdahl 
Fran Eickbush 
Frank Farnham 
Doug Foe 
Jack Garrett 



Ron Gilmore 
Dave Harris 
Bill Higgins 
John Hursh 
Bob Johnson 
Larry Johnston 



Jim C. Jones 
Jim Jones 
William Kidd 
Gary Kleinschmidt 
Tim Konotopka 
Dan Lauchs 



Brad Loughlin 
Robert McBride 
Gary MaGill 
Jim Marshall 
Todd Marshall 
Tom Maxfield 
Gary Mers 



Pete Merton 
Don Murry 
Bob Nagal 
Don Norman 
Martin Olson 
Dave Reed 
Tom Rodda 



Ron Salvagio 
Bob Savage 
Bill Scheibel 
Ike Scott 
Bill Shaffer 
Frank Sieglitz 
Jay Smith 

Fred Spencer 
D. Michael Taylor 
Ronald Thorin 
James Volk 
John Volk 
Albert Wagner 
Patrick Walden 



Warren Wallenesen 
Gary C. Wasson 
Chuck Weems 
Michael White 
Don Whitley 
Bruce H. Wilcox 
Duane Woodard 








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Old Charterers 



President, Rudy Sanford 



The men of Sigma Phi Epsilon 
are engaged in many phases of cam- 
pus life. Besides ranking high in 
scholarship, the Sig Eps participate 
actively in all of the Homecoming 
and Greek Week activities. Their 
night life includes the Pledge Dance, 
Queen of Hearts Ball, Winter For- 
mal, and the notorious Reveille 
Round-up, a six a.m. doughnut and 
coffee breakfast for the sorority gals. 
This early morning round-up, ac- 
companied by horn blowing and 
bucket beating, has various connota- 
tions on the different sides of the 
Row. In the spring, a serious leader- 
ship conference is held with the 
Colorado chapters, and later a gay, 
formal dance is enjoyed in Denver. 



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Hearley Dockman 
David Dudley 
John Esser 



John Massie 



Larry Milner 
Gary Palmer 





Ernest Halle 
Clark Johnson 



Gerald Robinson 
Rudy San ford 
Bob Schrader 




Lynn Stevens 
Beau ford Thompson 
Chuck Widick 
Charles Yemington 



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Jim Beamers 



The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon have been 
on the Wyoming campus scene since 1949. Al- 
though their house is located off campus, the 
TKE's have many night life activities. Their 
major dances of the year include the Costumed 
French Cabaret (complete with French dresses 
and colored garters), the Red Carnation Ball, 
and the Senior Sponsored Blue Ball. They also 
have various other activities such as house- 
parties, Christmas caroling, and the TKE week- 
ends, held in conjunction with other TKE chap- 
ters in Colorado. This year these men painted 
the city fire hydrants for a civic project. 

Their housemother is Mrs. Frances Howard. 





Housemother, Mrs. Frances Howard 
and President, Tom Fujikawa. 



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Cary Alburn 
A. D. Anderson 
Barry Anderson 
John M. Anderson 
Dave Bean 



Bill Bonnell 
George Brown 
William Cooper 
Neil Damrow 



Tom Fujikawa 
Charles Jenkins 
Lawrence Johnson 



Bob Kruse 
George McClellan 




Dave McElroy 




Donald Miller 
Stewart Miller 
Ken Mizner 
John Moyer 



Lawrence Neal 
Dick Olds 
Tony Perrella 
John Roberts 



Bill Rogers 
John Smalley 
Mike Smith 
Larry Van Court 



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Life Goes On in Crane Hall 




In the new Crane Hall we can 
see that life goes on the same as 
in any other living residence, old 
or new on campus. The new 
rooms offer personal phones, sep- 
arate desks, and what would ap- 
pear to be perfect studying con- 
ditions. 



Sometimes I "delight in disorder.' 



Crane Hall officers left to right are Dan Moore, Vice President; Randy Colgan, Secretary-Treasurer; Jerry Kras- 
moil, Athletic Director; and Charles B. Stafford, President 




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Brand New Crane-Hill Hall 
Houses 800 Men Students 




'Just one more show, then we'll go study." 




When the clock rolls around to the two o'clock mark, a midnight buffet can 
be seen in many a room at Crane-Hill. After all, a fellow has got to eat to 
keep alive! 




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And, as the Long Ranger galloped into the sunset, Tonto muttered, 
"How ?" 



Hill Hall, the new dorm situ- 
ated close to campus, is a beauti- 
ful addition to UW. It, and Crane 
Hall, fit into the campus building 
theme with their native stone ex- 
teriors. Towering above all the 
other building on campus, this 
dorm houses 420 men in its six 
stories. 

TV lounges, snack area, and 
elevators are standard equipment 
in this modern dorm. The two- 
man rooms each have a telephone, 
a full-length window on one wall, 
and wood paneling with brick 
combinations on the other walls. 
The halls and room floors are 
tiled in red, green, and brown 
colors which fit in with the in- 
terior color scheme. 

Mr. Welker Bishop and Mr. 
Eugene Takach are Director and 
Assistant Director respectively of 
the Crane-Hill Complex. 



Hill Hall officers left to right: Larry Taylor, Pete Franckowiak, Terry Lay ton, Terry 
Mickey, and Ken Jackman, President. 




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Hill Hall Houses 
University Men Students 



The closest section to campus of 
the new Hill-Crane Hall is Hill. It 
houses 400 men in almost luxurious 
rooming conditions. The council, 
elected by the men of the dorm, ar- 
range for social functions and ath- 
letic events in which the men of the 
dorm may participate. As the guys 
in the hall all say, "the biggest part 
of one's college education is the 
social activities," which is true. 



Hill Hall's rooms are beautiful by day, and even more beautiful by night, as is shown in this 
photo by Wyo photographer, Ed Rasmussen. Facilities for study make it easier to dig into assign- 
ments, however it also stimulates an interest in letter writing. 




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Wyoming Hall Residents 




Wyo Hall is the scene of diligent 
study in such studies as: Introduc- 
tion to Cheesecake Photos, Modern 
Sex Appreciation, and Ancient His- 
tory of Hiphuggers. 



Wyo Hall officers from left to right 
are Howard B. Hassman, Treasurer; 
Steve Bailey, Athletic Director; 
Wayne Wingfield, President; Nick 
Kanellopoulos, Secretary; and Vic- 
tor Duran, Social Coordinator. 



Elected officials strive to direct the hall so 
that dorm life will be a pleasure to the boys 
who live there. 



"Big dance of the year tonight. I 
wonder what my Mom would say if 
I should put a blade in my razor ?" 



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Campus Life 
in Wyo Hall 



A typical picture of quiet campus 
life can be found in Wyo Hall. 
Scenes like this can be seen there 
every night as the guys decide 
whether they go to the show or go 
for a beer before studying. It ends 
one way or the other, or they just 
give up and do both. 





Some cannot conform to movies and 
beer so they settle down to watch 
television. Those who can't conform 
to the one-eyed monster dawn dark 
glasses and enjoy the company of 
silent companions. 



After the girls are taken in, the beer is drunk, and 
television is shut off, and the men have a midnight 
"get-together" to stimulate study. These sessions often 
turn into the higher study of bridge. 



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Nancy Guthrie 

Editor-in-Chief 



QUEENS 



Colleen Bruns 

Assistant Editor 



218 Homecoming Queen 

219 Homecoming Attendant 

220 Homecoming Candidates 

221 Homecoming Candidates 

222 Engineer's Queen 

223 Eingineer's Finalists 

224 Snow Queen 

225 Snow Queen Attendants 

226 Powder River Belle 

227 Powder River Attendants 



Bob Warner 
John Malven 
Dave Dougherty 

Photography 



FASHION 



228 Miss Wool 

229 Best Dressed Coed 

230 Best Dressed Finalists 




BEAUTY 



232 Wyo Beauty Contestsants 

234 Vincent Price Chooses 

235 Wyo Beauties 



Cover photo 

— by Allen Krafczik of The Easel 
Cover: 

— Janice Voss, Sweater Queen 1962, 

Pi Beta Phi 



Nancy Guthrie 

Editor-in-Chief 




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Assistant Editor 



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Karen Hill Chosen 
Homecoming Queen 




Karen Hill 
Kappa Kappa 
Gamma 



Bubbling with enthusiasm rightfully 
describes Karen Hill, who was chosen 
Homecoming Queen for 1962. The brown- 
eyed beauty is an A & S Junior from Casper, 
Wyoming. Karen served the University as 
a member of the union committee and spur- 
red all UWs teams on in the capacity of 
Pepster. 





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Homecoming Attendant 
Lila Gallager 
Delta Delta Delta 



Pretty, blue-eyed, Lila was elected 
1st attendant to Homecoming Queen. 
She hails from Cheyenne and is a Jun- 
ior majoring in Speech Therapy. This 
peppy blonde has proved active, as 
well as popular. Lila occupied the re- 
sponsible position of Arch Angel of 
the University of Wyoming's Angel 
Flight this year. 





Seated left to right: Barb Humphreys, Knight Hall; Karen Carlson, Hoyt Hall; Judy Ziegler, Kappa Delta; Ruth 
Trierweiler, Gamma Phi Beta; Georgia Mandis, Ross Hall. 

Back Row: Karene McRae, Alpha Chi Omega; Karen Hill, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Kathy Thompson, Pi Beta Phi; 
Barbara Kniss, Chi Omega; Pat Mangus, Lamda Delta Sigma. 



Living Groups Pick Candidates. 



Homecoming Attendant Lila Gallagher and 
ASUW Vice-President, Tom Lee. 



The fall semester at the University of Wyoming 
started off in style with the election of Homecoming 
queen. Every woman's group selected a candidate to 
represent them. With these elections, campaigning 
swings into action slogans ranging from "She's a 
Peach" to "Buttons and Bows". 

Amidst this campaigning, primary elections were 
held and the field of eleven contestants was narrowed 
down to two. Karen Hill and Lila Gallagher then 
went on to compete in the final election. The election 
results were kept a secret and were finally announced 
at the Homecoming Sing. 



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The sunshine of a fall day was brightened with the excitement 
of the Homecoming parade and the appearance of Attendant Lila 
Gallagher and Homecoming Queen Karen Hill. 



As Student Body President Frank Mendicino crown- 
ed Queen Karen, she radiated the thrill of elected 
royalty. 




After a long evening of song and speeches 
at the Homecoming Sing suspense was broken 
by the announcement of Homecoming Queen. 
Receiving the news are Lila, Tom Lee, Stu- 
dent Body Vice-President, and Karen. 



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Electrical Engineers Present 
Nancy Twitchell 



The Society of Electrical Engineers, one of the 
larger of the engineering groups scored a hit this 
year with their candidate for Engineer's Queen. A 
striking brown eyed brunette, Miss Twitchell reigned 
over the Engineer's Ball in December. She is a native 
of Laramie and a freshman at the University this 
year majoring in Home Economics. Miss Twitchell's 
poise and taste in clothes have also won for her the 
title of Best Dressed Coed. She is a member of Delta 
Delta Delta sorority and Corpettes. Sewing and ski- 
ing are included among her favorite extracurricular 
pastimes. 



Engineers' Queen 
Nancy Twitchell 
Delta Delta Delta 



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Engineering Queen finalists left to right: Carolyn Kurtz, Merle Stephenson, Judy Ziegler, Theo Strannigan, 
Vicke Irwin, and Nancy Twitchell 




Engineering Attendants 



The six finalists for Engineering Queen 
were selected from the different enginering 
societies at "smokers" put on by the engineers. 
At a combined "smoker," Judy Ziegler, Theo 
Strannigan, and Nancy Twitchell received the 
approval of the engineers. Attendants Theo 
Strannigan and Judy Ziegler are both sopho- 
mores in the A & S college. Theo is a member 
of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and Judy is 
a member of the Kappa Delta sorority. 






Theo Strannigan 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 



Judy Ziegler 
Kappa Delta 





Sue Hitchcock 

Snow Queen 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 



Sue Hitchcock, sophomore in Arts and 
Science, was crowned 1963 Snow Queen. 
This brown haired, blue-eyed coed, earned 
well the crown of Snow Queen. A resident 
of Laramie, Sue actively participates in 
winter sports-skiing is, of course, her favor- 
ite. Sue is a member of the Air Force Angels, 
the University of Wyoming Band, and the 
Kappa Kappa Gamma social sorority. 



Snow Queen Crowned 



The ski slopes were crowded with snow 
early this March when the Snow Queen 
Contest was held. All women's living 
groups on campus selected a candidate 
for this contest. Posters, tags and more 
posters appeared two weeks before the elec- 
tion. The nine contestants were narrowed 
down to three finalists. Sue Hitchcock, Ann- 
ette Menghina, and Delores Patik. The final 
voting was held the day of the .Snow Car- 
nival at the Medicine Bow Ski Lodge. The 
final outcome was announced at the Sno- 
Ball that night-- "Snow Queen for 1963, 
Sue Hitchcock." 



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Ross Hall 



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Delta Delta Delta 





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Gamma; Annette Menghini, Ross Hall, at the annual winter Sno- 
Ball. 



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POWDER RIVER-LETER BUCK 



Powder River Belle 
Jennifer Stout 
Pi Beta Phi 





In keeping with the tradition of 
the Old West, a "Cowboy" school 
elected their "Cowgirl" queen. Jen- 
nifer Stout, a green - eyed, brown 
haired, sophomore reigned as Belle of 
the Powder River Ball. With rope and 
hat in hand she captured the title from 
a field of nine contestants. 

This Rawlins, Wyoming coed can 
be found riding her favorite horse, 
Chocolate, every spring for the Uni- 
versity Rodeo Team and skiing in the 
winter on the U. W. Ski Team. Jen- 
nifer is a member of AWS and is his- 
torian of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Her 
major at the University is history and 
she is, of course, especially partial to 
the history of the West! 



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Little Internatinal this fall, a record is 
about to be set on the "bucking barrel!" 



Dee Moore 
Ross Hall 




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Miss Wool of Wyoming 



Miss Wool of Wyoming of 1963, Miss Judy 
Wilson, was chosen at the annual contest held 
this spring. Judy hails from Cheyenne and is reg- 
istered as a sophomore majoring in education. 
She belongs to Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. 
In May Judy will fly to San Angelo, Texas, 
where the national competition will be held. 
During the 1963-64 period Judy will travel 
throughout the state promoting wool. 



Judy Wilson, Miss Wool; first run- 
ner-up, Mary Margaret Moore, Delta 
Delta Delta. 



Miss Wool and finalists: seated, Judy Wilson, Miss Wool, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mary Margaret 
Moore, Delta Delta Delta. 

Standing: Linda Stevens, Ross Hall; Barbara Wimpenney, Pi Beta Phi; Gaylene Schneider, Knight 
Hall; Janice Voss, Pi Beta Phi. 




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Nancy Represents UW in Glamour Magazine 



A shy smile backed up by an impeccable 
look aided 19-year-old Nancy Twitchell earn 
the "Best Dressed Coed" title on the University 
of Wyoming campus. Nancy, who has pretty 
hair and the knack for taking care of it, cap- 
tured the admiration of UW's Sigma Delta 
Chi's, professional journalism society who 
selected Nancy from a group of six pretty semi- 
finalists. The campus contest was a part of 
GLAMOUR magazine's nationwide contest to 
select the 10 best-dressed college girls in Amer- 
ica. The judges felt that Nancy had distinct in- 
dividuality without being overly sophisticated. 



Nancy stands 5'6" and wears a size nine 
dress. She is from Laramie and loves skiing, 
sewing, dancing and golf. Extra-curricular ac- 
tivities on campus includes singing, drilling with 
the Corpettes and attending basketball games 
(which she prefers to other spectator sports.) 

The WYO's chief photographer, Robert 
Warner, who photographed many pretty girls 
since he arrived on campus last summer, ex- 
pressed satisfaction with the assignment of nu- 
merous picture appointments with Nancy. "She 
always has a crisp, fresh appearance," declares 
Bob. 



Sigma Delta Chi's, Jack Childers and Dean Patterson check on fashion points with UW's 
Best Dressed Coed, Nancy Twitchell, Delta Delta Delta. 





Best Dressed Contestants talk over the values of being dressed "just right" with Sigma Delta Chi President, Gene Bryan. Left to right 
Judy Ziegler, Cheryl Houlette, Vonona Baily, Susan Larson, Nancy Twitchell, and Wadetta Ricketts. 

Coeds Vie For Best Dressed Title 



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Best Dressed Attendant 
Judy Ziegler 
Kappa Delta 



A campaign to pick UWs candi- 
date for GLAMOUR Magazine's Na- 
tional Best Dressed Coed Contest was 
launched early in the year. A student 
committee which consisted of a repre- 
sentative from various organizations 
around campus selected six coeds to 
compete for the title, Miss Best Dressed 
at UW. Each candidate was judged on 
poise, her photogenic ability, and im- 
peccable good grooming. 



Vonona Bailey 
Ross Hall 




Cheryl Haulette 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 



Susan Larson 
Pi Beta Phi 





Wadetta Ricketts 
Alpha Chi Omega 





Bottom Row left to right: Bobbie Jo Marin, Scarlet Welton, Rosalie Dobenspeck, Janette Hailey, Mary Ann Riedel, Wadetta Rick- 
etts, Bonnie Barger. 

Middle Row left to right: Karen Henderson, Julie Saxby, Judy Dregoiu, Joan Selmer, Mary Bess Kohrs, Susan Knect, Janie McBride, 
Mary Ponder, Stephanie Cobb. 

Top Row left to right: Nancy Twitchell, Glenda Lancaster, Carroll Christoferrson, Sally Doyle, Judy Schneider, Joan Schaffer, Jan- 
is Regal, Connie Rohn, Pam Thomas, Sara Burdick. 



52 Coeds Enter As 



WYO Finalists bottom row left to right: Car- 
roll Christoferrson, Sara Payne, Susie Trowe, 
Connie Rohn, Helen Bishop. 
Middle Row left to right: Nancy Twitchell, 
Bobbie Jo Martin, Janis Regal, Sharon Reed. 
Top Row left to right: Sara Burdick, Wa- 
detta Ricketts, Joan Selmer, Scarlet Welton. 
Not pictured Jan Faulkingham and Suzanne 
Whitney. 



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Bottom Row left to right: Vicki Irwin, Sharon Loban, Mary Kaye Kelly, Beth Verstynen, Marilyn Decker, Jean Colye, Gayleen 

Schneider 

Middle Row left to right: Martha Hartman, Suzanne Whitney, Jeannette Simpson, Merle Ann Stephenson, Charlene Teague, Helen 

Bishop, Mary Byrd, Sisie Trowe, Jan Faulkingham 

Top Row left to right: Veronika Petres, Doris Schlatter, Sharon Reed, Roberta Lee, Katharine McMillan, Donna Rae McHale, Lila 

Gallagher, Jan Klepinger 

Vincent Price Selects WYO Beauties 




Fifty-two "Beauties" on the Wyoming 
Campus competed for the title of "Wyo 
Beauty." Any single coed attending the Uni- 
versity of Wyoming was eligible to enter 
an 8" X 10" picture of herself to the Wyo 
office. These pictures were then submitted 
to Vincent Price who selected fifteen final- 
ists and five "beauties." 



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They're All So Pretty". 




HE CAME— Vincent Price and WYO Editors, Anne Siren and 
Janyce Thomas, discuss contest rules. 



HE SAW 



HE DECIDED 




exclaimed Vincent Price as he surveyed the 
rows and rows of photographs of the con- 
testants for 1963 WYO Beauties. 

Mr. Price, who was at the University 
of Wyoming on March 1, came to discuss 
the appreciation and enjoyment of the fine 
arts. Besides being a great actor on both 
stage and screen, he is also a noted art 
collector and critic. Naturally the WYO 
Editors were very pleased when he con- 
sented to choose the five top Beauties at 
UW. 

Price's appreciation of "the finer things 
in life" is evidenced by the selections he 
made. As a man who enjoys the poetry of 
Walt Whitman, the paintings of James 
Whistler, and the characteristic drama of 
Tennessee Williams, Mr. Price seems to find 
great loveliness in nature and in natural 
beauty. The photographs he chose are those 
of co-eds who radiate happiness in their 
smiles. 

Backstage, following his lecture, Price 
and the WYO Editors discussed the contest 
rules before he made his selections. Picking 
the winners was no easy job-as Price him- 




self admitted. "Isn't this terrible?", he said, 
"they're all so pretty!" And it was not easy 
for the WYO Editors either-nervously 
watching him make his selections. After 
looking the pictures over carefully, Price 
tried to choose the winners rather quickly. 
"This is really the only way you can do it," 
he said. "Otherwise you see someone who 
reminds you of your cousin or your Aunt 
Maude and then it's too hard to decide." 

But he did decide. And to Vincent Price 
who thanked us for the honor of being 
judge of the WYO Beauties, we say, "thank 
you" for picking five truly beautiful girls. 




This Rapid City, South Da- 
kota coed is a Freshman in 
the College of Arts and Sci- 
ences. Helen has blue eyes, 
brown hair, and is a petite 
5'3" tall. She is a member of 
the Air Force Angel Flight. 







WYO Beauty 
Helen Bishop 
Pi Beta Phi 




In her three years on cam- 
pus, Sara has earned many 
honors. A former Spur ai 
1961 Engineer's Queen, su 
is presently active as a Corp- 
ette and a Chime. She has 
also proved herself scholas- 
tically outstanding in the 
College of Pharmacy. 




WYO Beauty 
Sara Burdick 
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A transfer to UW this year, 
arah was chosen for the Air 
r orce Angel Flight. A native 
if Laramie, this blond coed 
akes time out from her 
tudies in Home Economics 
o serve as an officer in New- 
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WYO Beaut 
Sarah Payn$ 
Pi Beta Phi 



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A Sophomore in the Col- 
lege of Education, Wadetta 
serves as advisor to Junior 
Panhellenic Council. She was 
2nd in Command of the 
Corpettes, was active on the 
WYO staff, and was 1st At- 
tendant to the 1962 Sweater 
Queen. 




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Hailing from Casper, this 
blue-eyed brunette is active 
in Spurs, Pepsters, and the 
Air Force Angel Flight. A 
member of the UW Theater, 
Susie's dramatic ability earn- 
ed her the 2nd Runner-up 
title to Miss UW in 1962. 




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Susie Trowe 
Pi Beta Phi 





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Sports 



Illustrated 





University of Wyoming Athletic Director 

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Contents 



1962-63 

244-football 

254-basketball 

260-skiing 

261 -swimming 

263-wrestling 

266-baseball 

269-tennis 

271 -track 

272-soccer 

273-golf 

274-sports shots 



Volume 1, Number 1 

Cover photograph by Herb Pownell 




Page 254 




Page 260 



sports Illustrated printed with the permission of SPORTS ILLU- 
STRATED to use the title and format. 




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SATURDAYS SEASON 



Lloyd Eaton, 45, a teacher 
of hard-hitting, body-punishing 
football, won the right, early in 
1962, to take over where Bob 
Devaney left off. 

Until Devaney left his head 
coaching position to take over 
the rein of Nebraska's sagging 
football fortunes, Eaton served 
with the distinction of being 
one of the finest defensive 
coaches in the nation. 

Under his leadership Wyo- 
ming was consistently among 
the top defensive teams in the 
country. Four times the Pokes 
led the old Skyline Conference 
in defense. Three times they 
were ranked among the ten 
best in college football. In 
I960 his stingy Cowboy defense 
was recognized as the best of 
the best. They were number 
one. 

Eaton was amost everybody's 
favorite to take over as head 
coach. His selection was met 
with enthusiasm. 

The job ahead wasn't an easy 
one. Under Devaney, Wyoming 
had won or tied for the last four 
Skyline crowns in a row. It was 
a tough act to follow. 

With Eaton came a slightly 
new offense. With Eaton came 
a completely new staff. The 
only other old face in the fold 
was Wimp Hewgley. Hewgley, 
Devaney's old Freshman assist- 
ant took over as new offensive 
line coach. 

. The Cowboy football picture 
was so new they were even 
playing in a new league, the 
Western Athletic Conference. 

In 1962 Wyoming, a school 
with a solid reputation for good 
football, was just about start- 
ing from scratch. 

Lloyd Eaton teaches just one 
kind of football. It's a demand- 
ing kind of physical sport. It'll 
punish a player if he isn't in 
good physical condition. And 



By Mike McDonnell 



Pre-Season Outlook 



it'll punish him if he isn't alert. 
It's the kind of football modern 
coaches have to teach — if they 
want to win. And want to win 
often. 

A quick look at pre-season 
figures on this year's footballers 



and their expectations would 
leave a lot of questions why 
1962 developed as it did. Jud- 
ging Wyoming football, its 
new coach, its new offense or 
its players on what was sup- 
posed to happen would amount 
to more than a small mistake. 

The Pokes opened drills in 
the fall ready to take the bull 




Action on the sidelines. Poke coach Lloyd Eaton listens as captain Bruce Wright reports 
from the gridiron. 



244 



by the horns. The Cowboys 
had experienced men in every 
position. Of the men who earn- 
ed their W in 1961, 22 were 
returning. The only real con- 
cerns in the experienced man- 
power department seemed to 
be at center and quarterback. 

True, Wyoming had lost one 
of their all time greats with 
the departure of quarterback 
Chuck Lamson. Yet there 
seemed to be a lot of raw 
material waiting for a chance 
to prove itself. 

There was depth everywhere 
to go along with the experience. 
Everywhere except center and 
quarterback. 



The Cowboys were without 
their two top rushers from 
1961 — Lamson and Bob Bisa- 
cre, but from there on every- 
body was back. Sophomore 
backs were supposed to add 
even more punch to an already 
crunching ground attack. 

Passing was supposed to gain 
in stature among the Cowboy 
offensive weapons. Seven of 
the top 10 receivers in 1961 
were returning. 

Cowboys Open 
Campaign With 
Win Over Montana 

Wyoming's kicking game 
was also noted to be on the up- 
swing with the arrival of a 




Sophomore halfback George Squires gets the home season under way with one of his 
unique soccer-type kicks. 



couple of talented sophomores; 
Dave Marion and George 
Squires. 

And it went without saying 
that defense would again be 
tops. There was supposed to 
be plenty of experience in the 
line — and after all; the man 
who perfected the Cowboy de- 
fenses was still around. 

The Picture Changes 

To top off all of the other 
predictions, nearly every sports- 
writer in the area picked Wyo- 
ming to be at the top of the 
heap at the end of the 1962 
season and take home the first 
WAC football crown. 

However, even before the 
first whistle blew the picture 
began to change. Bill Levine, a 
junior guard, regarded by many 
as the Poke's best lineman, was 
felled with a knee injury and 
was forced to sit out the season. 

The Cowboys still seemed 
like they could be the team to 
beat. On September 15, the 
Pokes began in earnest a cam- 
paign of shock, injury, a great 
comeback attempt and finally, 
heartbreak. 

Wyoming opened the season 
with an anything-but-convinc- 
ing victory at the expense of the 
usually inept Montana Grizz- 
lies. The Pokes charged out 
and scored early. Twice in fact 
only both scores were nullified 
by penalties. The Cowboys 
finally got the ball rolling with 
Dave Madia going over for the 
first touchdown late in the first 
half. Madia's score climaxed a 
40 yard drive. The try for the 
extra point failed. 

Wyoming's other score came 
in the fourth period on an 11 
yard pass from junior quarter- 
back Mike Wright to halfback, 
Mike Walker. 

While they had trouble find- 
ing the right offensive combina- 
tion the touted Cowboy defense 
was working well considering 
that the game was the first of 
the year. The Grizzlies threat- 
ened to score only twice. Mon- 
tana was stopped by the clock 
in the first half when the gun 
ended the MSU drive on the 
Wyoming 10 yard line. 

The other Montana threat 
came in the third period when 
the Grizzlies moved the ball to 
the Poke 18. Alert Cowboy de- 
fenders ended the threat by 
smothering Montana's quarter- 
back on a fourth down pass 
attempt. 

Still, with all things con- 
sidered, it wasn't a disappoint- 
ing opener for the new Wyo- 



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ming head coach. Except for 
one thing. The Cowboys' al- 
ready shaky quarterback spot 
was minus one more. 

Alan Frude, one of Eaton's 
most promising young signal 
callers, was injured. Frude 
broke his collarbone and was 
lost for the season. It started a 
parade of injuries that never 
ended. Because of them, the 
Cowboys had to use far more 
sophomores than was planned 
on. The inexperience showed 
up Igain and again in crucial 
situations. 

Lobos Beat Pokes 
25-21, Injuries 
Prove Costly 

The Cowboys lost a big one 
in their league debut against 
the New Mexico Lobos. Led by 
their breakaway halfback, Bob- 
by Santiago, the Lobos came 
from behind to down the Pokes 
25-21 in their 1962 home open- 
er. 

It was Santiago who broke 
the Cowboys back early in the 
second quarter. After tying the 
game with a hard-earned touch- 
down the Pokes let the 165 
pound speedster take the en- 
suing kickoff and race 97 yards 
to score. 

After the show was over 
Santiago had picked up 101 
yards in 17 carries. The Lobo 
standout also connected with 
teammate Jim Ottmann on a 
scoring pass that covered over 
60 yards. 

Following Santiago's electri- 
fying 97 yard touchdown, Wyo- 
ming took the ball and carried 
it out to midfield while stick- 
ing to their familiar crunching 
type ground game. Poke end, 
Mack Balls brought the home 
crowd to its feet with a driving 
finger-tip catch of quarterback 
Mike Wright's 43 yard aerial. 
Six plays and two penalties 
later halfback Bud Spicer went 
six yards around left end to 
score. George Squires split the 
uprights for the second time 



and the Cowboys hung onto a 
shaky 14-13 lead at half time. 

New Mexico took the second 
half kickoff to their own 18 
and proceeded to march down- 
field in 16 plays to score. The 
try for the point failed again 
but the Lobos "had a lead that 
they didn't give up again. 

No sooner did the Pokes 
start another drive when Ott- 
mann picked off a pass on his 
own 46 and raced all the way 
to Wyoming's two-yard line 
before he was pulled down 
from behind. New Mexico took 
the ball over from the one 
several plays later. Again the 
conversion attempt was wide 
and the score was 25-14. 

The Cowboys received the 
kickoff and took the ball 67 
yards in eleven plays for their 
third touchdown. Rick Desma- 
ns went the final yard for tile 
score. Squires made good his 
third conversion of the day and 
the score stood at 25-21. And 
that's where it stayed. 

The defeat was the first at 
home for the Cowboys s'wre 
1959, when the Falcons from 
the Air Force Academy, took 
the home opener. 

The score wasn't the only 
place the Pokes took a beating. 
As if Eaton wasn't having 
enough trouble ironing out 
early season problems, four 
more starter came out of the 
lineup on the injured list. 

Vince Zimmer, the Poke's 
standout at center, injured his 
knee and was forced to watch 
the rest of the games from the 
sidelines. Balls dislocated his 
shoulder and was lost to Eaton 
for several crucial games. Tack- 
le Bruce Wright (captain) suf- 
fered several bruised ribs and 
was also lost for several weeks. 

Glen Hopkins, another tack- 
le, was slowed down because 
of an injured hand. 

At this point Eaton remarked 
that the injuries were too seri- 
ous and too numerous not to 
play a part in future Wyoming 
performances. Mike Walker, 
star halfback of the 1961 squad, 



was available for only limited 
action; another contributing 
factor. 



Washington State's 
Hugh Campbell Proves 
Too Much For Pokes 



Things didn't get any bright- 
er for Eaton the following 
weekend when the Pokes en- 
countered the Cougars from 
Washington State. 

State's all - American - end 
Hugh Campbell caught seven 
passes during the afternoon to 
equal a national record for 
passes caught during a varsity 
career. 

The Pokes scored first when 
Rick Demarias scored from the 
one yard line, six plays after 
end Lonnie Dunn recovered a 
Cougar fumble deep in Wash- 
ington State territory. Squire's 
extra point attempt was block- 
ed and the Cowboys led 6-0. 

The Cougars took the kick- 
off and marched to a score in 
short order. Halfback Clarence 
Williams went the final 22 
yards for the touchdown. The 
try for the point was good and 
Wyoming trailed by one point. 

Poke tackle Wilbur Rado- 
sevich wasted no time in pounc- 
ing on a Cougar fumble on the 
WSU 27. The Cowboys were 
unable to take advantage aagin. 
The Poke threat was stopped 
when Mike Wright was thrown 
for a big loss on a third-and- 
one situation at the Cougar 18. 
The score at halftime remained 
7-6. 

Wyoming charged out the 
second half and took the ball 
60 yards for a score with quar- 
terback Jim Hill going the last 
four yards. Squires conversion 
attempt was blocked again 
leaving the Pokes with a 12-7 
lead. The Pokes lead was short 
lived however. The visitors 
filled the air with passes and 
the Cowboys just couldn't stop 
them. 



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The next WSU score came 
on a 27 yard aerial to Campbell. 
Again the conversion was good 
and it was 14-12. 

Early in the fourth stanza 
Campbell got on the receiving 
end of another scoring pass, 
this one good for ten yards. 
WSU converted and the score 
was 21-12. 

After being stopped on the 
next series the Cowboy's Dave 
Marion punted to the WSU 
three. The Cougars couldn't 
move the ball either and were 
forced to punt from deep in 
their own territory. The kick 
was high and the wind took it 
out of bounds on the WSU 29. 

The Pokes could do no bet- 
ter than to move the ball to the 
Cougar 10 yard line. At that 
point Squires put his talented 
toe to work and added three 
points to the Cowboy cause 
with a 26 yard field goal. 

The Cowboys then took to 
the air in a desperate attempt 
to close the gap, but to no avail. 



Vitale Honored 

The big standout in the 
Poke's losing performance was 
turned in by senior guard Joe 
Vitale. Vitale spent most of 
the afternoon in the Cougar 
backfield. Vitale was rewarded 
for his tough play by being 
named lineman of the week in 
the WAC. 

Lonnie Dunn was added to 
the Wyoming casuality list 
with a twisted knee. 

Squires Lead 
Cowboys 

Laramie's beautiful fall wea- 
ther turned its back on the 
Cowboy football followers the 
next Saturday but at last the 
sun came out on Lloyd Eaton 
as his Pokes found a victim in 
the Utah Redskins. 

George Squires turned in a 
record tying three field goal 
effort to lead the slumping 
Pokes to their second victory 




Poke quarterback Mike Wright is Trapped in His Own Backfield by Several Hard 
Charging Washington State Linemen 



of the year. Squires also added 
an extra point to bring his 
afternoon's scoring production 
to 10. All three of Squires's 
three pointers traveled 25 
yards. 

Eaton was finally all smiles. 
Not only did Squires come 
through but the Pokes also 
came up with a consistent sig- 
nal caller in Jim Hill. Hill 



made good on eight of fifteen 
passes for 104 yards and picked 
up 29 yards on the ground. 

The game, played in a freez- 
ing drizzle, was keynoted by 
Redskin fumbles; three in the 
first period. 

Squires opened the scoring 
early in the first quarter with 
a field goal after a Utah fum- 
ble. Two plays later Utah fum- 
bled again and Jim Hill took 
it from the one, five plays later. 



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Squires added the point and 
with over a minute left in the 
first quarter the Cowboys led 
10-0. 

The Pokes kicked off to the 
Redskins for the third time and 
for the third time the Redskins 
fumbled. Hill quickly moved 
the Cowboys within range of 
the Utah goal where Squires 
put his toe to work again mak- 
ing the score 13-0. 

Late in the half the Utes got 
on the scoring trail with Red- 
skin quarterback Larry Hartz- 
felt, eating up most of the yard- 
age with passes. The score 
came on a five yard ariel to Roy 
Jefferson who also added an 
extra point. The halftime score 
was 13-7. 



The Redskins came out the 
second half and immediately 
drove to the Wyoming four 
yard line. The Cowboy defense 
came through in its old form 
and the series ended up with 
the Utes back on the nine. Hill 
then led the Pokes to within 
range of the enemy's uprights 
where he called on Squires for 
the third time. This time the 
sure-footed sophomore was per- 
fect, his kick padded the mar- 
gin by three more points. 

Final score: Wyoming 16 - 
Utah 7. 

Pokes Make it two 
in A Row With Win 
Over TexasW estern 

Eaton managed to keep his 
battered Cowboy forces on the 
winning trail the next week 



Quinn 



M. Wright 



Schutte 



Spicer 



with a promising 14-6 win over 
Texas Western. 

Eaton and his charges came 
home from El Paso especially 
optimistic due to the fact that 
TW had proven itself superior 
to New Mexico the previous 
week. It looked like the Cow- 
boys might have found a win- 
ning combination of spirit and 
strength to make their presence 
unpleasant for opponents on 
coming Saturdays. 

Halfback Dave Madia set up 
Poke's first score with a 47 
yard punt return to the Miner 
24, late in the third period. 
Fullback Wayne Linton did 
most of the ball-carrying and 
it was Linton who took it over 
for the score from a yard out 
nine plays later. George Squir- 
es' attempted extra point was 
wide and the Cowboys had a 
slim 6-0 lead going into the 
final quarter. 

Worman 




The Miners tied it up in a 
hurry with Bob Mortimer go- 
ing 26 yards for the touchdown 
early in the fourth period. TW 
missed on the conversion at- 
tempt and the score was dead- 
locked, 6-6. 

Poke quarterback Jim Hill 
took over from there and guid- 
ed the Cowboys 75 yards to the 
Miner end zone. Hill went the 
final distance for the score. 
Hill also took the ball over to 
rack up a two point conversion. 
The winning Poke drive was 
keyed by the crunching runs of 
linton. Linton cracked the mid- 
dle of the Miner line for gains 
of 15, 14, 10 and 6 yards. 

The touted Cowboy defenses 
put the stop on several TW 
threats and twice the Miners 
were unsuccessful in trying to 
score with field goals. 

The game was the first meet- 
ing between the two teams and 
pushed the resurgent Pokes 
over the .500 percent mark for 
the first time since the season 
opener. 



Everything Works. 
Pokes Smother 
Arizona. 31-8 



The brightest hour of the 
season for the up-and-coming 
Cowboys came at Homecoming. 

A rock-ribbed defense and 
potent offensive display turn- 
ed the trick for the Pokes as 
they sent the Arizona Wildcats 
down to a convincing 31-8 de- 
feat. 

The Cowboys ran up a 28 
point halftime advantage and 
then coasted to a 31-8 victory. 



Jim Hill squirms his way way the line on the way to pay-dirt 



Davis 



Sorino 



Busia 



Levine 



Radosevich 




249 



It was then Desmarias' turn 
again as he went the last yard 
in a 49 yard drive that took 
eight plays. Squires came 
through with his second con- 
version and the scoreboard 
read 28-0 at halftime. 

The second half was a dif- 
ferent story. The Wildcats 
came out and drove down to 
the Poke five. Again the Cow- 
boy defense stood the test and 
Arizona was stopped short of 
the goal. The Pokes couldn't 
hold them off forever though 
and Cat quarterback Bill Bre- 
cher went over after the Cow- 
boys fumbled the ball away 
deep in their own territory. 
Brechler's aerial to Jim Faulks 
was good and Wyoming's lead 
was cut to 28-8. 

Wyoming wasn't finished 
though. Again George Squires 
got the call and was perfect 
with a 28 yard field goal. That 
capped the scoring for the after- 
noon and Eaton's men were on 
top; 31-8. 

Eaton was well pleased with 
his team's performance; and 
justly so. The Cowboys looked 
like they had at last found 
themselves. Again there were 
hopes that Wyoming might 
turn ud at the top of the heap. 

A Costly Win 

It looked like a time to be 
shouting for joy. It wasn't. 
Again the casuality list took its 
toll. Guard, John Sorino bruis- 
ed his hip but worst of all Jim 
Hill broke his hand. After com- 
ing up at last with the right 
signal caller, Eaton would have 
to start looking all over again. 

Next week it looked like the 
Pokes might be getting used 
to filling in the holes left by in- 
juries. Jeff Hartman, a sopho- 
more, stepped into Hill's shoes 
and showed the Cowboys the 
way to their fourth straight 
win. 



Cowboys Unveil 
Three Unit System in 
28-7 Victory Over CSU 



Eaton tried spreading his 
healthy men around and went 
with a new three unit system. 
There was an all-around unit 
called the white team, an offen- 
sive unit called the brown team 
and a special defensive force 
called the Rustlers. It was the 
Rustlers who stole the show. 

Guard, John Sorino grabbed 
a CSU fumble on the first play 
from scrimage and the Pokes 
were off and running. 

It took the hungry Cowboys 
just three plays to reach the 
end zone with Rustler fullback 
Jim Bublitz going the last two 
yards for the score. George 
Squires booted the extra point 
to make it 7-0 with only minu- 
tes gone. 

The Aggies were unable to 
move the next time they got 
the ball, and Wyoming took 
over on their own 49. Ten 
plays later Hartman passed 11 
yards to Tom Delaney for the 
TD. The kick was no good and 
the Cowboys held onto an early 
13 point lead. 

From there the Pokes attack 
slowed down and the Aggies 
managed to close the score to 
13-7 by halftime. The CSU 
tally camie on a seven yard 
scamper by quarterback, John 
Christensen. 

The Cowboys wasted no time 
in taking charge again in the 
second half. Hartman's run- 
ning and passing led the Pokes 
most of the 67 yards to the 
Aggie end zone. Mike Walker 
added key runs to keep the 
Cowboy march moving. 

Mike Wright went the final 
yard to give the Pokes a 19-7 
lead. An attempt two point 



conversion failed and the score 
stood. 

The Cowboys got their final 
TD on a one yard plunge by 
Bublitz just as the third period 
came to a close. Again the try 
for the extra point was no good 
and the score read 25-7. 

Wyoming drove deep into 
CSU territory once again but 
could move no farther than the 
17 yard stripe. On the fourth 
down, Eaton sent in his ace in 
the hole, George Squires, and 
the talented sophomore's foot 
proved true again as he kicked 
a perfect 34 yard three pointer. 

Eaton was well pleased with 
his team's performance and 
nearly emptied the bench in 
the late minutes so that more 
men could gather the valuable 
experience that had been hurt- 
ing the Pokes. 

The win over the hapless 
CSU crew (their 22nd defeat 
in a row) left the Cowboys 
with a 5-2 mark. Not bad for a 
team that had dropped two of 
their first three contests. It 
seemed for sure that the Pokes 
had settled down to consistent 
football, winning. They hadn't. 

The Cowboys were anxious 
to keep their streak going as 
they prepared to do battle with 
the rugged Air Force Academy. 
The Falcons had a couple of 
losses but they had been play- 
ing some of the best teams in 
the nation. The game was rated 
as about even. The teams were 
rated even. After the game the 
statistics were almost even. The 
score was far from even. 

Final score was Air Force 35 
Wyoming 14. What hurt the 
Cowboys as much or more than 
anything was that the loss kill- 
ed their momentum. Just when 
it looked like the Pokes had 
jelled and gotten over their 






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Gidley 



J. Allen 



Spires 




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sophomore mistakes all the 
problems were back again. 

The Cowboys weren't run 
off the field by any means that 
Saturday afternoon. They just 
couldn't get together. Mistakes 
cost them the game. 

Poke fullback Wayne Lin- 
ton fumbled on the second play 
from scrimage and the Falcons 
wasted no time in turning that 
mistake into a touchdown. The 
conversion was good and the 
AFA led 7-0. 

The Pokes then took the ball 
and charged deep into Falcon 
land. An exchange of fumbles 
followed with the Pokes end- 
ing up with the ball again. 



Poke quarterback Jeff Hartman drives for extra yardage 

Rick Desmarias went the two 
yards for the first Poke score. 
Squire's kick was good and the 
Cowboys were back in the ball 
game. 

The AFA countered with an- 
other touchdown of their own. 
The PAT was good and the 
Falcons were out in front to 
stay. Wyoming couldn't get 
going as Hartman fumbled the 
ball in his own territory. The 
Cadets took advantage again 
and the score was 21-7 at the 
half. 

The Falcons weren't about 
to sit on their lead. They open- 
ed the second half with another 
touchdown march. And for the 



fourth time the kick was per- 
fect. The Pokes were behind by 
21. 

The Cowboys finally found 
the right combination and put 
together a 79 yard drive in the 
fourth quarter. Desmarias went 
the last two yards for the TD. 
Squires came through with the 
extra point and the Pokes trail- 
ed 28-14. 

An onside kick was success- 
ful and Cowboy hopes came 
alive. Joy was short lived for 
the Cowboy rooters though as 
the Falcons picked off a Jeff 
Hartman pass to end the Cow- 
boy threat. After another ex- 



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Desmarais 



Vitale 



B. Wright, captain 



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change of interceptions the 
AFA put the Pokes out of the 
picture for good. 

The Falcons wound up with 
the ball on the Cowboy 16 and 
took it over in two plays. The 
PAT was good and the game 
was over. Air Force 35, Wyo- 
ming 14. 

The Air Force loss seemed 
to be the straw that broke the 
camel's back for the Pokes. 
Their momentum was gone. 

USU Brands 
Wyoming a 4th Loss 

The following Saturday the 
Pokes lost their second straight. 
This time at the hands of old 
Skyline relative, Utah State. 
The Cowboys opened up with 
a quick TD with Desmarias 
covering most of the yardage. 
The score came on a ten yard 
aerial from Hartman to half- 
back, Mike Schutte. From there 
on it was all Utah State. 

Wyoming couldn't handle 
the troublesome Aggies from 
Logan. USU came out way 
ahead in both passing and rush- 
ing yardage. The first downs 
were in favor of the Aggies 
16-7. 





Poke fullback, Jim Bublitz is stopped for short yardage 

Cowboys Wind Up Season 
With Heartbreaking 
LosstoBYU 



In face of all the recent tough 
luck the Cowboys still had rea- 
son to be happy. WAC leader, 
New Mexico, had fallen to 
BYU and all the Pokes had to 
do was win over the lightly re- 
garded Cougars the next week 
to be crowned the first WAC 
football champs. 

But the Cowboys still had in- 
juries — a lot of them. As it 
turned out the Cowboys ap- 
peared to be on their way to 



the crown when Eldon Fortie, 
BYU's great all-around-back 
came off the bench and led the 
Cougars to a shocking victory. 

Coach Eaton attributed the 
final season's results to the two 
things that had plagued the 
Cowboys all along; injury and 
inexperience. 

The Pokes played hard and 
they played well. There was no 
need to make an excuse. 



Rick Desmarias is pounded to the ground by AFA 
defenders. 



Prout 



Hartman 



Bublitz 



Walker 



Smith 



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Bottom Row - left to right: Bill Baker, freshman coach; Lloyd Eaton, head coach; Burt Gustafson, end coach 
Top Row - left to right: C.W. (Wimp) Hewgley, offensive line coach; Paul Roach, backfield coach; Fritz Shurmur, de- 
fensive line coach; Ed Linta, pass defense coach 



Dowler 



Hockett 



Memmelar 



Crites 



Johnson 




Barry 



Krissack 



Sparks 



Wilkinson 



Trujillo 




Frude 



Kaegebine 



Morris 



Reed 



Vasilion 




Anderson 



Kadel 



Klaver 



McLean 



Murphy 




253 



Cowboy Cagers Have Losing Record 




Wyoming's 1962-63 basketball 
record was the best the Cowboys 
have had since 1957-58. 

Not only that, but the Pokes 
put together the most powerful 
cage offense in the school's his- 
tory. The 71.6 points a game 
average overshadowed the 66.7 
mark established last year. 

Although the won-lost record 
wasn't to be shouted about, it left 
a felling of optimism among Wy- 
oming basketball fans. 

Most of the optimistic outlook 
centered around Coach Bill Stran- 
nigan's sophomore sensation, 
Flynn Robinson. Robinson broke 
three single-season scoring stand- 
ards to establish himself as one of 
the all-time greats in Cowboy cage 
history. Robinson broke Joe Ca- 
pua's record of 637 points in a 
season by tallying 682 in 26 
games. Another record was Rob- 
inson's 26.2 scoring average. His 
255 field goals were also good to 
top Tony Windis's record of 219 
set in 1957-58. Climaxing Robin- 
son's great debut was his being 
named to the honorable mention 
All America Team by both the 
AP and the UPI. Robinson was 
also a unanimous choice for the 
all-conference five. 

The Pokes as a team also man- 
aged to get into the record break- 
ing department this year. In the 
season finale against Utah, the 
Cowboys hit 40 field goals, good 
to wipe out the old mark of 37 
set against New Mexico in 1957- 
58. 

Basketball fortunes didn't stop 
going up here though; this win- 
ter the Pokes enjoyed the largest 
home crowds since 57-58. This 
year's figure of 44,945 surpased 
last year's by over 16,000. 



Forward Randy Richardson (50) goes high in the air to deflect a shot. Al Eastland (52) 
looks on. 



254 



The Cowboys began the cage 
rampaign with a promising loss to 
:he extremely powerful Wichita 
ive, 83-72. Even in this first game 
igainst such formidable foes the 
Pokes showed that they would have 
plenty to offer this year. Robinson 
jot off to a great start scoring over 
)0 points and he never stopped. 

The Cowboys then evened the 
jcore with a 94-77 trouncing of 
Vorth Dakota State. The following 
veek saw them look surprisingly 
iveak in a lopsided loss to the Kan- 
»as Jayhawks. 

Strannigan's forces finally put 
:ogether two in a row with wins 
>ver South Dakota State and potent 
Drake. The Drake upset was par- 
ricularly sweet, but there were big- 
ger wins still to come. 

The Cowboys then traveled to 
:he coast where they dropped a 
:ouple of decisions to some fine Cal- 
fornia teams: Stanford and Cali- 
ornia. 

Next stop on the schedule was 
:he All-College tournament at Okla- 
loma City. Underdogs from the 
itart, the Pokes made believers out 
)f everybody in the tournament. The 
Poke five wasted no time in knock- 
ng off highly regarded Creighton 
50-74. The Cowboys roared back 
:he following night with a heart- 
>topping one point victory over the 
lost team, Oklahoma City. They put 
Wyoming in the finals against the 
lations highest scoring and second 
ranked team, Loyola of Chicago. 

Still the Pokes proved their right 
to be on the floor. The Cowboys 
didn't let up for a second and gave 
Loyola some anxious moments be- 
fore bowing 93-82. To put the icing 
on the cake, Flynn Robinson walked 
off with the tournament's most val- 
uable player award. From here on 
it was a season of ups and downs 




High scoring Flynn Robinson (30) goes up for two against Drake. Randy Richard- 
son (50) waits in the background. 



255 



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for Wyoming. 

The Cowboys sank to a season 
low by losing four encounters in 
a row. 

At last the Cowboys got back 
on the winning trail with an 84- 
72 win over hapless Arizona to 
even their conference mark at 1-1. 
The following night Wyoming 
scored one of its biggest wins in 
history; certainly the biggest in 
many years. 

The nation's third and fourth 
( AP and UPI ) ranked team met 
the Pokes in a packed fieldhouse. 
Although it was 25 below on the 
outside the Cowboys were on fire 
and upset Arizona State, 88-81. 
Robinson led the way with 25 but 
this was a team win, all the way 
through. For a time it looked like 
ASU might not make runaway of 
the conference race as was pre- 
dicted. 

The Cowboys kept moving by 
taking games from the Air Force 
and Denver. 

Then the Pokes hit the road 
again and this is when the roof 
caved in. The Pokes dropped a 
pair of conference contests in 
Utah to wreck their title hopes. 

But the Cowboys didn't give 
up; they came back with a league 
win over New Mexico and a non- 
conference victory over DU. 

But that was all; Strannigan's 
five couldn't capture a win in 
their last four outings. All were 
conference games. 

But back to the optimistic note. 
Coach Strannigan will have five 
returnees next year besides the 
touted Robinson, Randy Richard- 
son, Ron Long, Steve Frenchik, 
Jack Carr, and Mick Kaul. 

Missing from the line-up will 
be: big Al Eastland, Bob Hanson, 
Ken Rochlitz, Don Hatten, and 
Fred Collins. 




Guard Bob Hanson (22) goes up in vain for a rebound. Gary Meckel- 
burg (34) looks on. 




Al Eastland 





Bob Hanson 



256 




Guard, Ron Long ( 32 ) battles for the ball against unidentified Colorado State player. 






Randy Richardson 



Steve Frenchik 



Flynn Robinson 



257 



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Wyoming and CSU players battle under the boards for a rebound, Fred Collins (14), Flynn Robinson (30) 






Gary Meckelburg 



Jack Carr 



Don Hatten 



258 



Pokes Post 11-15 Mark 



Wyoming 72 


wichita 


83 


Wyoming 69 


Colorado state 


75 


95 


north dakota state 


77 


84 


arizona 


72 


57 


kansas 


75 


88 


arizona state 


81 


77 


south dakota state 


58 


87 


denver 


72 


51 


drake 


47 


70 


air force 


68 


62 


Stanford 


81 


73 


Utah 


104 


55 


California 


60 


77 


byu 


89 


80 


creighton 


74 


78 


denver 


71 


65 


Oklahoma city 


64 


55 


new mexico 


54 


82 


loyola 


93 


72 


arizona state 


82 


70 


Colorado state 


91 


63 


arizona 


84 


65 


air force 


78 


76 


byu 


80 


49 


new mexico 


53 


90 


utah 


92 





Mick Kaul 



Ron Long 



Assistant Coach Moe Radovich and Coach Bill Strannigan 




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COWBOY SKI TEAM GETS NEW COACH 



Four of six lettermen returned 
this year to serve under coach Ray 
Heid in his first season as Poke ski 
mentor. 

Heid served under former ski 
coach Wimp Hewgley as an as- 
sistant last year. 

Coach Heid is also a former four 
way skier and team captain of the 
University of Wyoming ski team. 



Lettermen on this year's team 
were Jim Guest, Pete McNiff, Ole 
Skinner and Doug Dion. 

So far this winter the Poke ski- 
ers have placed fourth in three 
meets and third in one other. 

Coach Heid and his men have 
but one meet left as the WYO 
goes to press, the NCAA Cham- 
pionships at Solitude, Utah. 




Top Row left to right: Jon Elliott, Bob Jonas, Ole Skinner, Jim Guest, Pete McNiff, Dennis Carruth 
Bottom Row left to right: Larry Jeffries, Larry Yager, John Jonas, Jim Henderson, Jay Martin 






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COWBOY SWIM TEAM 
PLACES SECOND IN WAC 




Wyoming's improved swim- 
ming team fashioned a 6-3 over- 
all record for the 1962-63 school 
year. 

The Pokes were a perfect 2-0 
against Western Athletic Confer- 
ence foes before going into the 
WAC championships at Logan, 
Utah, March 7-9. 

The Pokes won both the Wyo- 
ming and the Denver Relays. In 
other competition the Cowboys 
came out on top of Colorado 
Mines, Nebraska, New Mexico, 



Texas Tech, and Colorado. Co 
Ray Chinn's forces also downe 
the University of Arizona. 

On the other side of the record, 
the Pokes lost meets with Utah, 
Colorado State and Denver. 

In the league meet the Cow- 
boys came out second best. The 
Poke total of 1 201/2 points was 
topped only by Utah's 188. 

Wyoming managed to come up 
with two league champions in the 
meet: diver Tom Nye and butter- 
fly swimmer Larry Meggers. 



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Bottom Row left to right; Hensley, Caturia, Stone, Godbe, Argento, Gautz, Borszcz, Lowham. 

Middle Row left to right' Karcher, Atkins, Mickelson W., Hines, Mickelson, D., Wight, Perue, Dukat, Terry, Byers. 

Top Row left to right: Clinton, Stahla, Bower, Lindsey, Nixon, Judkins, Wetsel, Bernatow, Fett, Frank, Smith, Hansen, Coach Lantz. 



Wrestlers Miss Title 



Wyoming's wrestling team just 
narrowly missed being crowned 
the first champions of the newly 
formed Western Athletic Confer- 
ence. 

BYU stole the title away from 
the Cowboys in an extremely 
close margin of 76-72. 

The Cougars took two import- 
ant victories from the Pokes at 
123 and 130 pounds and then 
hung on for dear life to fight off 
a Wyoming surge. 

Coach Ev Lantz's Cowboys did 
manage to come away from the 
matches holding onto four of the 
individual crowns, two second- 
place finishes and one third place 
division. 



The Cowboys' great 157 pound- 
er Dave Wight was voted the 
most outstanding wrestler in the 
tournament. Wight won his 157 
pound title with a spectacular fall 
over a Utah grappler. 

Wyoming picked up its first 
title at 137 pounds as Clair Ar- 
gento came up with his third 
league crown in three years. Ar- 
gento won two Skyline titles be- 
fore Wyoming joined the West- 
ern Athletic Conference. 

Dee Mickelson provided the 
Cowboys with their third title as 
he won all the marbles in the 167 
pound division. 



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Wyoming's other championship 
came in the 191 pound class as 
Hugh Lowham walked away with 
the title. 

Heavyweight Bill Bernatow 
was a surprise in the heavyweight 
class with a third place victory. It 
was the first time Bernatow had 
been used at this weight. 

Wyoming's two second place 
finishes came from the efforts of 
Jim Gautz (123) and Dave Stone 
(130). 



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Gautz lost a tough decision to a BYU wrestler as did his teammate Stone. 
The Pokes were two and one in conference action going into the league wind- 
The only dual meet loss also came at the hands of Brigham Young. 

The Cowboys grapplers had an overall dual meet record of 9-6 for the school 



year. 





WRESTLING (9-6) 




Wyoming 


26 


Western State 


3 


Wyoming 


3rd 


Oklahoma Invitational 




Wyoming 


29 


Colorado Mines 


7 


Wyoming 


14 


Colorado 


17 


Wyoming 


24 


New Mexico 


13 


Wyoming 


30 


Denver 





Wyoming 


12 


Brigham Young 


26 


Wyoming 


39 


Utah State 





Wyoming 


29 


Utah 


9 


Wyoming 


18 


State College of Iowa 


15 


Wyoming 


24 


Nebraska 


8 


Wyoming 


12 


Colorado State U. 


14 


Wyoming 


12 


Kansas State 


16 


Wyoming 


19 


Air Force Academy 


10 


Wyoming 


8 


Oklahoma 


19 


Wyoming 


9 


Colorado State College 


19 




Jim Gautz 



Dave Stone 



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Kneeling left to right: Bob Whitney, Larry Hurley, Dick Hawthorne, Fred Brigham, George Hunter, Hal Shaw. 

Middle Row left to right: Darrell Warren, Ron Long, Jim Jones, John VanAllen, Tom Wilkinson, Doug Dion, Coach Daniel. 

Top Row left to right: Vince Zimmer, Don Cadman, Mike Hulbert, Cliff Osborne, Joe Glenn, Jim Schuyler. 



This spring the Cowboys face 
one of their toughest and longest 
baseball seasons in history. The 
Pokes are also short of experi- 
ence. Coach Bud Daniel can call 
on only four lettermen as he be- 
gins the season. 

The Cowboys will be starting 
a 30 game schedule when they 
open against the always-powerful 
Arizona State Sun Devils. 

Returning to duty for the Pokes 
will be all-conference firstbase- 
man, Cliff Osborne (who batted 
302 last year), infielder, Dick 
Hawthorne (210), pitcher Don 



Cadman (2-2) and outfielder, 
Vince Zimmer who returns after 
a year's service with the Army. 
Daniel is anxious to see if a knee 
operation last fall will have any 
effect on Zimmer's abilities. 

Daniel, who missed last season 
because of a tour with the Na- 
tional Guard must fill out five 
regular positions and almost com- 
pletely rebuild a pitching staff. 
Daniel is depending for the most 
part on a talented crew of sopho- 
mores. 

The infield seems to be blessed 
with plenty of good prospects. 



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Leading the new faces is Fred 
Brigham, a promising sophomore 
who shines both in the field and 
at the bat. 

Other sophomores fighting for 
starting berths in the infield are: 
Mike Hulbert, Ron Salvagio and 
Mike Hurley. Hurley is a transfer 
from Centerville Junior College, 
in Iowa. 

The outfield seems to be in 
pretty good shape although Zim- 
mer is the only veteran. Good 
prospects in this department are 
sophs: Larry Taylor, Joe Glenn, 
Jim Jones and Darrell Warren, a 
transfer from Mesa Junior Col- 
lege, in Colorado. 

Sophomores also dominate the 
mound. Cadman is the only hurler 
with varsity experience at this 
spot. Sophs looking for starting 
assignments are John VanAllen, 
Bob Shippy and Tom Wilkenson. 
All pitchers are right handers. 

The campaign begins March 
25, in Tempe, Arizona against 
ASU. The Cowboys have games 
with Western Athletic Conference 
foes Arizona, Arizona State and 
New Mexico but the contests 
won't count toward the league 
title. The race for the conference 
crown will be divided into north- 
ern and southern division with 
Utah and Brigham Young Uni- 
versity. Winners of each division 
will meet late in the year to de- 
cide the league championship. 



Cowboys to Enjoy 
New Field 



The Cowboy team won't be the 
only new thing about Wyoming 
baseball this spring. 

The Pokes will be opening 
their home schedule in one of the 
most outstanding college baseball 
stadiums in the nation. 

The new area, called Cowboy 
Field, is part of a three quarter 
of a million dollar sports complex 
located northeast of the univer- 
sity. 

The field has a capacity of over 
1,200 including concession facili- 
ties, rest rooms, press box and 
dressing rooms connected with 
the dug-outs. 




Glen (Bud) Daniel 



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Baseball Schedule 



1962 Results 



March 25 

Arizona State at Tempe 
March 26 

Arizona State at Tempe 
March 27 

Arizona State at Tempe 
March 28 

Grand Canyon Col. at Phoenix 
March 29 

Grand Canyon Col. at Phoenix 
March 30 

Grand Canyon Col. at Phoenix 
April 1 

Arizona at Tucson 
April 2 

Arizona at Tucson 
April 3 

Arizona at Tucson 
April 5 

New Mexico at Albuquerque 
April 6 

New Mexico at Albuquerque 
April 12 

Colo. State U. at Fort Collins 
April 13 

Colo. State U. at Fort Collins 
April 15 

Air Force at Air Force Academy 
April 19 

Colo. State College at Laramie 
April 20 

Colo. State College at Greeley 
April 21 

Air Force at Air Force Academy 
April 26 

Colo. State U. at Laramie 
April 27 (double header) 

Denver U. at Laramie 
April 27 (double header) 

Denver U. at Laramie 
May 3 

Utah at Salt Lake City 
May 4 

Utah at Salt Lake City 
May 6 

Brigham Young at Provo 
May 7 

Brigham Young at Provo 
May 10 

Utah at Laramie 
May 11 

Utah at Laramie 
May 12 

Air Force at Laramie 
May 17 

Brigham Young at Laramie 
May 18 

Brigham Young at Laramie 
May 19 

Air Force at Laramie 



Wyo. 




Opp. 


4 


Arizona State 


6 





Arizona State 


5 


6 


Arizona State 


9 





Arizona State 


4 


3 


Phoenix College 


2 


4 


Grand Canyon (tie) 


4 


1 


Grand Canyon 


6 


1 


Arizona 


10 





Arizona 


5 


4 


Arizona 


14 


3 


New Mexico 


4 


8 


New Mexico 


9 


7 


Colo. State U. 


3 


12 


Colo. State U 


3 


13 


Colo. State College 


5 


5 


Colo. State College 


2 


8 


Denver 


11 


6 


Denver 


5 




Air Force (Snowed Out) 


9 


Colo. State U 


2 


12 


Colo. State U 


16 


1 


Air Force 


7 


11 


New Mexico 


1 


3 


New Mexico 


4 


11 


Denver 


2 


11 


Denver 


5 


11 


Air Force 


5 


2 


Air Force 


4 



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Coach Bearley 



Tennis Team in Action 



Wyoming's tennis' team 
faces the same problem that 
the rest of the Cowboy spring 
athletes have. The trip 
through the Southwest. 

Competition from the 
southern schools is always 
some of the toughest college 
has to offer. 

The campaign takes on 
added light this year for the 
reason that the always-rug- 
ged Arizona schools stand in 
the way of the conference 
crown since the formation of 
the Western Athletic Confer- 
ence. 



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1963 Wyoming Tennis Team 




Top Row left to right: Schilling, Shaffer, Grinstead, Owre, Price, Haug 
Bottom Row left to right: Weaver, Biff, Galvin 



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THINCLADS FACE RUGGED FOES 



Coach John Walker of the 
track team has plenty of problems 
to cope with as his charges fight 
for supremacy in the newly- 
formed Western Athletic Confer- 
ence. 

In new conference foes, Ari- 



zona, Arizona State, New Mexico 
and BYU, the Cowboy thinclads 
should have plenty to handle. 

In fact the conference as a 
whole should develop to be one 
of the toughest track leagues in 
the nation. 



1963 POKE TRACK SCHEDULE 



March 28 

New Mexico Track Club at Albuquerque 

April 1 

New Mexico State at Las Cruces 

April 3 

New Mexico Western at Silver City 

April 6 

New Mexico University at Albuquerque 

April 20 

Kansas Relays at Lawrence ( tentative ) 

April 24 

University of Denver at Denver 

April 27 

University of Colorado Relays at Boulder 

May 4 

Colorado State College at Greeley 

May 11 

University of Denver Invitational at Denver 

May 18 

Colorado State at Ft. Collins 

May 24-25 

WAC Championships at Arizona State 



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SOCCER TEAM ENJOYS GOOD YEAR 



Wyoming's soccer forces enjoyed another good season last 
fall as they emerged with a creditable 4-2 record. 
This year's results: 
Wyoming 4 CU 2 
Wyoming AFA 2 
Wyoming 7 Colorado Mines 
Wyoming 3 Denver 4 
Wyoming 5 Lowry AFB 1 
Wyoming 9 CSU 



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Wyoming Golf team members John Volk, Dave King, and Chuck Lonabaugh 



Golf Team Begins Season in Arizona 



Wyoming's golf team runs into some stiff conference competition 
in the new WAC. 

Coach Moe Radovich should have plenty of headaches if he hopes 
to come out on top of Arizona, Arizona State and New Mexico. 

Highlight of the Poke golf season is a 10 day tour through 
Arizona with the conference championships being held at Tempe, home 
of Arizona State University. 

Leading this year's team are Dave King, captain, and Ron Long. 
Rounding out the squad are Jim Marshall, John Volk, Chuck Lona- 
baugh and John Duffy. 



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Flynn Robinson goes after a rebound. 











Crowd explodes as Pokes beat Arizona State. 



Above: Coach Eaton makes changes from sidelines. 

Below: Jeff Hartman rolls out against the Air Force Academy. 








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Wyoming Defenders put the rush on. 



Al Eastland hooks for two. 



Captain Bruce Wright leads Pokes onto the field. 




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Upper: Susie Trowe, Carroll Christofferson, 

Judy King, Karen Hill, Carol Crist, Jan Falking- 

ham. 

Lower left: Judy King, Dan Sullivan, Yell King, 

Roseva McDaniel, alternate pepster. 



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A LOOK at the Classes 



As the members of the gradua- 
ting class march toward the long 
awaited diploma, the realization 
of a year past sets all to reminisc- 
ing. Yet, at the same time the jun- 
iors call themselves "seniors", the 
sophomores realize that the half- 
way mark has been reached, and 
finally the freshmen look forward 
to a yearfull of even more interest- 
ing experiences. 

To the Freshmen we say — wel- 
come! 

To the Sophomores — Good to 
see you back. 

To the Juniors — End of a long 
summer. 

To the Seniors — End of a long 
trail. 

To the Graduates — The end in 
sight. 



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trademark used with the express permis- 
sion of Cowles Magazines and Broadcast- 
ing, Inc., publishers of LOOK magazine. 




Kay Sturholm, Editor, shows her staff a new idea in lay-out. 



Editor-in-Chief 

Kay Sturholm 

Assistant Editors 

Barbara Duncan 
Miriam Griswold 
Michele Portwood 
Wadetta Ricketts 



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picture credits 



John Malven, p. 321 

Herb Pownall, p. 279 

Robert Warner, p. 307, p. 331 



The Classes 



282 Seniors 

301 Graduates 

307 Juniors 

321 Sophomores 

331 Freshmen 



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George Adams, Casper, Comm.; Geraldine Adams, Cheyenne, Ed.; James Ahl, Rawlins, Ed.; Hollis Ahrlin, Rapid City, S.D., Engr.; 
Cherie Aimonetto, Newcastle, Pharm.; Bill Allard, Evanston, Ed. SECOND ROW: John Allen, Wheatland, A and S; Linda Allen, Lara- 
mie, A and S; Verne Allen, Laramie, Comm.; Barbara Alley, Laramie, Ed.; A. D. Anderson, Encampment, Pharm.; Donnell Anderson, 
Thermopolis, A and S. 



John M. Anderson, Powell, A and S 
Barbara Andrau, Alief, Tex., Ed. 
Nancy Anthony, Atlantic Beach, Fla., 

A and S 
Albert Arant, Center, Tex., Engr. 



William Archibald, Gillette, Engr. 
Clair Argento, Wapiti, Ed. 
Rudolph Arnold, Webster Groves, 

Mo., Engr. 
Carl Asiala, Cheyenne, Engr. 



Tom Atkinson, Corona del Mar, 

Calif., Comm. 
Edward Avery, Powell, Ed. 
Linda Bailey, Laramie, Nur. 
Mike Bailey, Cheyenne, A and S 



Jim Baird, Port Jervis, N.Y., Engr. 
Bonnie Baker, Sheridan, Ed. 
Helen Barber, Glenrock, Ed. 



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Kathy Bartholomew, Alliance, Nebr., 

Ed. 
Ralph Bartos, Cheyenne, Comm. 
Richard Bateman, Cheyenne, A and S 
James L. Bath, Riverton, Engr. 



Jim Battershell, Powell, Ed. 
Myles Bauman, Gillette, Engr. 
Mina Bayne, Albin, Ed. 
Jerry Bays, Midwest, Ed. 



James Belus, Sheridan, Ag. 
Dave Bean, Belle Fourch, S.D., Engr. 
John Bellamy, Laramie, Engr. 
Lawrence Bement, Frannie, Engr. 



Gary Benson, Laramie, A and S 
William Bernatow, Saratoga, Ed. 
Nat Belser, Douglas, A and S 
Levi Biggs, Nogales, Ariz., Engr. 



Seniors When 

Yanks Win World Series 



FIRST ROW: Douglas Black, Laramie, Pharm; Thomas Black, Salt Lake City, Utah, Engr; Ruth Boedeker, Fremount, Ed.; Tim 
Bommer, Minne, Minn., A & S; Frances Booth, Denver, Nur.; Sonja Borgen, Kalispell, Mont., Comm. SECOND ROW: Terrell 
Bounds, Alamagordo, N.M., A & S.; Linda Bowman, Casper, A & S.; Paul Brandt, Worcester, Mass., Engr.; Barbara Braes, Rock Springs, 
Ag.; Bob Brater, Casper, Engr.; Larry Bresler, Casper, Engr. 




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FIRST ROW: Thomas Bright, Laramie, A & S; Linda Briscoe, Jacksonville, Ark., Ed.; Jack Brock, Buffalo, Comm.; Kathy Brook- 
shire, Thermopolis, A & S.; William Broomall, Lancaster, Engr.; Bonnie Brown, Sidney, Neb., Comm. SECOND ROW: Donald 
Brown, La Grange, Ag.; Jerry Brue, Anchorage, Alaska, Pharm.; James Bublitz, Saginaw, Mich., Comm.; Richard Burnside, Lara- 
mie, A & S,; Beverly Burzlaff, Wheatland, Ed.; George H. Bush, Winchester, Ky., Engr. 

Seniors When 

Wyoming Went Republican 



David Butler, Lusk, Comm. 

Jim Cady, Eden, Engr. 

Toni Caligiore, Hartville, Ed. 



Gerald Call, Cheyenne, A and S 
Rita Campbell, Laramie, Nur. 
Jan H. Carroll, Casper, Engr. 
Jeanie Carroll, Thermopolis, Ed. 




FIRST ROW: Gary Carver, Douglas, Engr.; L. E. Cary, Powell, Ag.; Ed Cattrell, Sheridan, A & S.; Carol Cazin, Evanston, Nur.; 
Dennis Chadderdon, Cheyenne, A & S; Richard Chappell, Evanston, Pharm. SECOND ROW: Sharon Chestine, Superior, Ed.; 
Jack Childers, Little Rock, Ark., A & S; Ray Choate, Hawk Springs, A & S; Anthony Christensen, Cheyenne, Engr.; David Christen- 
sen, Gillette, Comm.; Paul Christensen, Des Moines Iowa, Comm. 



284 




Darl J. Colling, Laramie, A and S 
Carolyn Conner, Laramie, Ed. 




Maurice Clary, Laramie, Engr. 
Neil Coddington, Lake Park, Ga., 

Engr. 
Tom Cole, Laramie, Ed. 
Mike Coleman, Billings, Mont., 

Comm. 



Merrian Cooper, Casper, A and S 
William Cooper, Cheyenne, Engr. 



Al Cook, Casper, Engr. 
Delmar Cook, Laramie, Engr. 



G. Cornelius, Cheyenne, Engr, 
Milton Coulter, Gillette, Engr 



Glen Cooper, Cheyenne, Ed. 



Linda Cowling, Lead, S.D., A and S 
Jan Craig, Westminster, Colo., Ag. 



Donald Creager, Casper, Engr. 
Bobby Crihfield, Hillsboro, 111., Engr. 
Janice Cronk, San Bernadino, Calif., 
Pharm. 



Janet Curry, Veteran, Ag. 
Don Cutler, Recluse, Engr. 
Rod Daberkow, Sheridan, Ed. 



Neil Damron, Fort Laramie, Ed. 
Richard Darnall, Casper, A and S 




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M. A. Dastaguir, Kabul, 
Afghanistan, A and S 



Senior Students in Nursing. 



Leonard Davis, Cheyenne, Engr. 
Robert Davis, Lovell, A and S 
Robert Davis, Newcastle, Engr. 



William J. Davis, Manitou Springs, 

Colo., Engr. 
Sandra Dawson, Laramie, Ed. 
Wayne Dawson, Powell, Ed. 
David B. Dell, Gypsum, Colo., Ed. 



Janet Demorest, Casper, A and S 
Larry Derr, Torrington, Ag. 
Harry Deveraux, Laramie, Engr. 
John Devlin, Denver, Colo., A and S 



Raymond Difelici, Thermopolis, Ed. 
James Dilg, Laramie, Comm. 
John Dineen, Laramie, A and S 
Bruce Dinsmore, Laramie, Engr. 



Dan Dolenc, Green River, Ed. 
Tom Downing, Cheyenne, Comm. 
Sherman Drake, Jackson, Pharm. 
Rhonda Duelo, Laramie, Ed. 



286 




Jim Duguid, Arin, Engr. 
Barbara Duncan, Laramie, Ag. 
Diana Duncan, Truckee, Calif.; Ed. 
Rex Dunivent, Laramie, Engr. 



Tony Dunn, Rock Springs, Engr. 

Victor Duran, Mexico City, Mexico, Engr. 

Pat Ellis, Laramie, Engr. 

Theodore Erickson, Ames, Iowa, Engr. 



William Evans, Morton, Engr. 

Donald Fanning, Milwaukee, Wis., Engr. 

Karen Farnham, Cody, A and S 




Seniors During The Cuban Crisis 




Joseph Fearno, Laramie, Engr. 
Paul Feilner, Grafton, 111., Engr. 
Jacqueline Ferguson, Sheridan, A and S 
Sylvia Field, Laramie, A and S 



Richard Finch, Lingle, Ed. 
Bruno Flaim, Rock Springs, Ed. 
Don Forcum, Cheyenne, A and S. 
Henry Foster, Fullerton, Calif., Engr. 



Finnell Fredrick, Lincoln, Nebr., Pharm. 
Douglas French, Casper, Engr. 
Norman French, Laramie, A and S 
George Gaines, New Iberia, La., A and S 



Thomas M. Gallant, Perrysburgh, Ohio, 

Ed. 
Gary Harvey, Des Moines, Iowa, A and S 



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Seniors When 

There Was No Snow by Dec. 1 




James Gautz, Adrian, Mich., Ag. 
Karen Gaymon, Cheyenne, A and S 
Paul Genetti, Rock Springs, Ed. 



F. J. Gies, Laramie, Ed. 
Ila Gillaspie, Torrington, Comm. 
Anne Gilroy, Laramie, Ed. 
Richard Gist, Casper, Law 



Wesley Glass, Worland, A and S 
Lee Golden, Cheyenne, A and S 
David Goodman, Cheyenne, Comm. 
Craig Graham, Laramie, A and S 



Edward L. Grant, Cheyenne, A and S 
Linda Graphe, Wheatland, Comm. 
Walter Gray, Laramie, Ed. 
Jackie Greaser, Laramie, Ed. 



Mary Ellen Green, Laramie, Ed. 
Ted Greenhalgh, Laramie, Engr. 
Art Greeno, Laramie, A and S 
Rudy Gunter, Kemmerer, Ed. 



Mary Guthrie, Newcastle, A and S 
Barbara Haight, Gillette, Engr. 
Hazel Hall, Casper, Ed. 
Jon Hall, Las Vegas, Nev., A and S 



L. Darrell Hale, Afton, Ag. 
Ernest Halle, St. Petersburg, Fla., Comm. 
Claudia Hamilton, Ft. Bridger, Nur. 
Tom Hamm, Montvale, Virginia, Engr. 




J. Patrick Hand, Casper, Law 
Jan Erik Hansen, Moss, Norway, Engr. 
Thelma Hansen, Riverton, Pharm. 
Robert Hanson, Torrington, Ed. 



John Harbolt, Lafayette, Ind., Engr. 
Carolyn Hardy, Cheyenne, Engr. 
George Harris, Morton, A and S 
William M. Harris, Hyattsville, Md., 
Engr. 



Myrna Hart, Cheyenne, A and S 
Barbara Harvey, Story, Ed. 
Terry Hearne, Laramie, A and S 
Leota Heil, Riverton, A and S 



Steinar Helgerud, Sigdal, Norway, Engr. 
Carl Henderson, Cheyenne, A and S 
Lael Henderson, Laramie, Engr. 
Royce Hill, Lingle, Ed. 



Jerry Hines, Delta, Colo., Ed. 
Jim Hipsher, Igloo, S.D., Engr. 
Tolin Hodgell, Laramie, Comm. 
Mark Hoffman, Cheyenne, Engr. 



Jay Holland, Laramie, A and S 
Lola Horton, Otto, Ag. 




Barry Hunter, Worland, Engr. 
Terry Hunter, Las Vegas, 

Nevada, A and S 
Judy Hyde, Afton, Ed. 



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Carl Jablin, Cheyenne, Comm. 
Shah Jabori, Kabul, Afghanistan, Engr. 
George Jackson, Laramie, Engr. 
Bradford Jacobson, Sheridan, Engr. 



Konrad Jarausch, Krefeld, Germany, 

A and S 
James Jenkins, Santa Barbara, Calif., Engr. 
Rolf Jensen, Oslo, Norway, Engr. 
James C. Johnson, Dix, Nebr., Ag. 



John Johnson, Waco, Texas, Engr. 
Virginia Johnson, Laramie, A and S 
Donald Jolovich, Dayton, Comm. 



Alan Jones, Powell, Comm. 
Alayne Jones, Powell, Comm. 
W. B. Jones, Laramie, Ag. 
Robert Jurer, Laramie, Engr. 



Chuck Kaltenbach, Buffalo, A and S 
Richard Karstoft, Laramie, Engr. 
Lou Kegerreis, Sheridan, Ed. 
Robert Kelly, College, Park, Md., 
A and S 



Kent Kennedy, Kimball, Nebr., A and S 
Frank Kester, Craig, Colo., Engr. 
Avanell Keys, Lusk, A and S 




290 




Keith Keyser, Sundance, A and S 
Dave King, Radnor, Pa., Comm. 
James R. King, Thermopolis, Comm. 
Susan Kirkpatrick, Newcastle, 
A and S 






Fred Knadler, Laramie, Ag. 
Barbara Kniss, Bayard, Nebr., Pharm. 
Kristin Knutson, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 

Ed. 
William Koch, Daniel, Ag. 



Seniors When 

China Invaded Indian Border 



Eugene Koester, Laramie, Engr. 
Mary Bess Kohrs, Douglas, Ag. 
Ed Kraft, Greybull, A and S 



Kay Kraus, Laramie, Nur. 

Thomas Kristensen, Cheyenne, Engr. 

Stan Kula, Anaheim, Calif., A and S 



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Margaret Labbo, Laramie, Ed. 
R E. Lafave, Kwinn, Mich., Engr. 
Marlene Lagoda, South Holland, 111., 

Engr. 
Linda Laney, Casper, Ed. 





Keith Lantz, Laramie, Comm. 
James Laughrey, Sheridan, Pharm. 
Max Lawson, Green River, Engr. 
Sharon Lee, Riverton, Ed. 



Steve Leek, Jackson, A and S 
Marilyn Lewis, Cheyenne, A and S 



291 



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Charles Leyerski, Laramie, Engr. 
Ron Liden, Cheyenne, A and S 
Robert Likewise, Gillette, Pharm. 



William Lilley, Sheridan, Engr. 
Sally T. Lindsey, Laramie, Ed. 
Ed Listoa, Patterson, Calif., Comm. 
Sharon Loban, Laramie, Ag. 



Dale Lockhart, Shoshoni, A and S 
Sandi Long, Elko, Nev., A and S 
Ron Lowrance, Laramie, Ed. 
Don Likwartz, Rock Springs, Engr. 



Richard Ludwig, Laramie, Comm. 
Linda Lundberg, Laramie, Ed. 
Howard Maley, Sidney, Nebr., Comm. 
Pat Mangus, Lovell, Ed. 



Bill Mantey, Jackson, Ed. 

Kay March, Cheyenne, A and S 

Dargan Marr, Falls Church, Va., A and S 

Sandra Marshall, Sheridan, A and S 



Mary Matejovitz, Sheridan, A and S 
David Matteson, Laramie, Engr. 
Nancy Mattefeldt, Laramie, Ed. 
Samuel Mauk, Lilbourn, Mo., Engr. 



x>en Maulsby, Rome, Georgia, Engr. 
Bob McAnally, Sheridan, A and S 
Carolyn McGuire, Casper, Ed. 
Pat Mcintosh, Rawlins, Ed. 



292 





Lorraine Melton, Riverton, Pharm. 
Ralph Mesa, Douglas, Ed. 



Roger Melton, Laramie, Ed. 
Joe Meyer, Casper, A and S 



Chester R. Millard, Laramie, Comm. 
Dona Miller, Lingle, Comm. 



John Miller, Vincennes, Ind., Engr. 
L. E. Miller, Cheyenne, Ed. 



Maggie Webster and Sharon O'Melia serve at 
Corpette Tea 



Seniors When 

Schirra Completed 6 Orbits 



Mel McKnight, Cheyenne, Engr. 
Terry McLean, Evanston, Engr. 
Robert McKnight, Lusk, Comm. 
David McMaster, New Kensington, 
Pa., Engr. 



Pete McNiff, Laramie, A and S 
Dave McWilliams, Casper, Engr. 
Robert Melonuk, Ft. Laramie, Ed. 




Major Miller, Aladdin, A and S; Nancy H. Miller, Cheyenne, Ed.; Stewart Miller, Cheyenne, Engr.; Ted Miller, Afton, Ed.; John Mills, 
Big Horn, A and S; Laura Lee Mitchell, Aladdin, Ed. 





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Thomas Mohr, Greybull, Ag. 
Fausto Molinet, Richmond, Va., Engr. 
John Monvic, Laramie, Engr. 
Jack Mueller, Cheyenne, Ed. 



Gene Mulholland, Buffalo, Engr. 
Gene Munson, Everett, Wash., Engr. 
Karen Murdock, Pinedale, A and S 
Kevin Murphy, Powell, A and S 



Milton Mydland, Sheridan, Ag. 

Bill Noah, Riverton, Ed. 

Sue Noah Riverton, Ed. 

Cope Norcross, Dallas, Tex., Engr. 



Don Norman, Torrington, Engr. 
Yoshiki Numoto, Worland, A and S 
Arlene Ogasawara, Cheyenne, A and S 
Alex Ogg, Worland, Ag. 



Martha Olander, Encampment, Ed. 
Charles D. Olson, Douglas, Engr. 
Linda Ono, Sheridan, Pharm. 



Cliff Osborne, El Paso, Tex., A and S 
Carole Osgard, Sheridan, Ed. 
Wendell Owen, Sheridan, Comm. 
Gary Palmer, Burns, Comm. 



294 



Alixe Paulus, Ranchester, Nur. 
Richard Pendleton, Laramie, Ed. 
Phil Peterson, Cheyenne, A and S 



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William Pettus, Rawlins, Ed. 

Ross Phillipe, Kansas City, Mo., Engr 

Bill Phillips, Lyman, Ag. 

Grady Piersall, Cheyenne, A and S 





Vincent Picard, Laramie, Law 
Marilyn Pilch, Sheridan, Nur. 
Mary Plunkett, Saratoga, Ed. 



Ben Robbins, Laramie, Engr. 

William Rogers, Fort Washakie, A and S 

William Rodgers, Lance Creek, Comm. 



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James Price, Spring Valley, Wis., Engr. 
Rudolph Profaizer, Rock Springs, Engr. 
Ed Rabou, Albin, Ag. 
George Porter, Laramie, Comm. 



James Roby, Boulder, Colo., Ed. 
Dillwyn Ramsey, Eden, Engr. 
Frank Rapp, Berkeley, Calif., Engr. 
Carol Reckling, Glenrock, A and S 



Gary Reed, Glenrock, A and S 
Jim Reeves, Laramie, Engr. 
Jerry Rehfuss, Hastings, Nebr., A and S 
Svein Reichborn-Kjennerud, Oslo, Nor- 
way, Engr. 



Roger Reifel, Anaheim, Calif., A and S 
Robert Richards, Cheyenne, Comm. 
Tom Ringley, Sheridan, Law 
Earl Risberg, Laramie, Ag. 




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FIRST ROW: Kara Rollins, Billings, Mont., A & S; Frank Rosenthal, Buffalo, Commerce; Ralph Rounds, Rawlins, Commerce; 
Tonia Rulli, Sheridan, A & S; Ken Runyan, Cuba, 111., Engr.; Ruth Rush, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Ed.; SECOND ROW: Karen Rush- 
more, Rock Springs, Ed.; Pauli Sanford, Douglas, Ag.; Gordon Saathoff, Midwest, Engr.; Dale Schenk, Worland, Engr.; Robert San- 
dercederlof, Laramie, Engr.; Jerry Sands, Laramie, A & S. 

Seniors When 

James Meredith Admitted to Old Miss 



Robert M. Sather, Laramie, Engr. 
Polly Schaffer, Tie Siding, Ed. 
James Schilling, Anaheim, Calif., 
Comm. 



Chester Schroer, Laramie, Engr. 
Edward Scott, Sheridan, Engr. 




Richard Scott, Cheyenne, Commerce; Ray Seabeck, Casper, A and S; Jerry Seaman, Saratoga, Pharm.; Jerry Searcy, Buffalo, Ed.; Robert 
Sears, Lake Placid, N.Y.; Lowell Sederstrom, Riverton, A and S. SECOND ROW: Jane Seltenrich, Laramie, A and S; Charles Shaang, 
Laramie, Ag.; Bill Shaffer, Cheyenne, Pharm.; Jerry Shatzer, Gillette, Commerce; Guy Shawver, Laramie, Commerce; Bryan Sheedy, Big 
Horn, A and S. 



296 




Linda Sheehan, Dixon, Ed. 
Phil Sheller, Rawlins, Ed. 
O. C. Simons, Cheyenne, Engr. 
Nancy Sims, Moline, 111., A and S 



Linda Sheehan, Dixon, Ed. 
James Singleton, Laramie, Engr. 
James Sinon, Laramie, Engr. 
David Skinner, Cody, A and S 



Sherwood Skinner, Pindale, Ag. 

Weymon Smallwood, Chattanooga, Tenn., Ed 

John Smidt, Burt, Iowa, Ed. 

Harry Smith, Macon, Ga., A and S 




Fred Sovyak, Laramie, Engr. 

Len Sparks, Englehart, Ontario, Canada, Ed 

William Spears, Casper, A and S 



Ronald Stahla, Laramie, Engr. 
Earl Starks, Riverton, Ed. 
Ron Stebner, Laramie, A and S 
Susan Stevens, Cody, Ed. 



Tom Stewart, Laramie, A and S 
Bob Stickley, Grandview, Wash., Engr. 
William Stinson, Warrington, Fla., Engr 
John Straton, Jr., Louisville, Ky., Engr. 




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Harry Strauch, Worland, Ag.; Delbert Strickling, Osage, Engr.; Larry Stubbs, Linch, Engr.; Larry Stubson, Casper, 
A and S; Dick Sue, Cheyenne, Comm. 



Seniors When, 



Democrats Control U.S. Congress 








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Davis Swan, Riverton, A and S 
Tom Taliaferro, Green River, Ag. 
Charlie Tamblyn, Pinedale, Engr. 
Nancy Tarter, Superior, Ed. 



Larry C. Taylor, Gillette, A and S 
D. Michael Taylor, Reno, Nev., Ed. 
Bill Teter, Casper, Engr. 
Shirley Thayer, Lusk, Ed. 



Linda Thompson, Casper, Ed. 
Russell Thompson, Colorado Springs, 

Colo., Ag. 
Jim Thurston, Lander, Comm. 
Karl Tippets, Paris, Idaho, Engr. 



Kenneth Tompkins, Forsyth, Mont., 

Engr. 
Sharon Toole, Casper, Ed. 
Victor Trujillo, Casper, Ed. 
John Triplett, McKinnon, Engr. 



Mike Troastle, Cheyenne, Engr 
Norma Trout, Gillette A and 5 
Ann Trowbridge, Cheyenne, A and S 
Richard Tyler, Laramie, Comm. 



Don Tyson, Cheyenne, A and S 
Bill Underwood, Gillette, Ed. 
Ruth Vaiciulenas, Worland, Nur. 
Thomas Vanderventer, Jonesville, 
Va., Engr. 



Myron Van Gerpen, Yankton, S.D., Engr. 
James Wallwork, Cody, Ed. 
Diether H. Van Houten, Buffalo, Ag. 
Marion Van Zee, Laramie, Engr. 



Barbara Weis, Park Ridge, 111. Ed. 
Lila Vines, Sundance, Comm. 
Barbara Vinzant, Laramie, Ed. 
Joe Vitale, Monroe, Mich., Ed. 



Darrell Voght, Wheatland, Engr. 
Dan Wagers, Casper, Engr. 
Wendell Wagner, Laramie, Ed. 
Edmund Waite, Laramie, Engr. 



Don Whitley, Riverton, Comm. 

Rose Mary Watkins, Casper, A and S 

Maggie Webster, Cody, A and S 



Kent Webstedt, Cheyenne, Engr. 
Bill Wheeler, Midwest, A and S 
Pat Wheeler, Rawlins, A and S 



Bob Whitney, Idaho Falls, Idaho, A and S 
Dorothy Williams, Cody, Ag. 
Dave Wight, Hiland, Ed. 



Thomas Williams, Cheyenne, Engr. 
Jeri Wilmot, Casper, Ed. 
Clyde Wilson, Casper, A and S 




299 




Gene Bryan receives Admiral Land 
Award 



Charles Yemington, Torrington, 

Engr. 
Gum Yet Loo, Augusta, Ga., Engr. 
Laurence York, Lander, Engr. 
Bill Young, Salt Lake City, Utah, 

Law 



Jimmie Young, Englewood, Colo., 

Engr. 
Valerie Young, Washington, D.C., 

Ed. 
Vince Zimmer, Peerless, Mont., Ed. 



Robert Wilson, Traverse City, Mich., 

Engr. 
Duane Wqodard, Casper, A and S 



Bruce Wright, Arlington, Mass., Ed. 
Carolyn Wright, Wheatland, Ed. 



Mike Wright, Kankakee, 111., A and S 
James Wysocki, Grand Rapids, Mich., 
A and S 



Betty Yaeger, Beloit, Wis., Ed 
Bill Tebow, Laramie, Pharm. 




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Seniors When 

London Has Worst Smog in Decade 



300 





Ahmed S. El Sherbiny, Cairo, Egypt; Gary Aksamit, Crete, Neb.; Harold Albertin Shawano, Wis.; Anita Alexander, Rock Springs; Rex 
Arney, Dayton; Marian Arthur, Laramie. 



Graduates 



Robert L. Arthur, Laramie 
James Ash, Palisade, Colo. 
Robert Atkinson, Janesville, Wis. 
Mark A. Averbach, Miami Beach, Fla. 



Ruth Bahjejian, Tamaqua, Fla. 
Bob Bailey, Weiser, Idaho 
William Bailey, Kosciusko, Miss. 
Edwin Baldwin, Laramie 



Gerald E. Barbour, Chicago, 111. 
Paul Barton, Alva, Okla. 
Mary Bath, Laramie 
James E. Benson, Sparks, Nev. 



James Bennett, Cheyenne 

Capt. Walter Biggs, Massepequa, N.Y. 

Virginia Boesen, Laramie 

Frank Bonds, Morton 



Ralph Brown, Laurel, Md. 
Otfried Buelter, Arvada, Colo. 
Jerry Butler, Lingle 
Loretta Burdette, Fort Collins, Colo. 



Paul Carlos, Chanute, Kan. 
James Chipman, Thomson, 111. 
James Choromokos, Coral Grables, 

Fla. 
Maynard Cochrane, Laramie 








4. to 



Ron Heid, Steamboat Springs, Colo. 
Chuck Hejde, Laramie 
Jimmie Hicks, Laramie 



Michael Conner, Jackson, Miss. 
Spiro Contos, Cheyenne 
Bill Cornelius, Phoenix, Ariz. 
Amos Cunningham, Laramie 



Jeanne Dabney, Cheyenne 
Laura Derrick, West Plains, Miss. 
Sid Dunkle, Medina, Ohio 
Howard Eikenberry, Lusk 



Arnold A. Elsbernd 
Edward Endicott, Casper 
Craig Epperson, Atlanta, Mo. 
Eugene Ersland, Menominee, Mich. 



Frank Farnham, Cody 

Jack Geisler, Powell 

Hagop Geuvjehizian, Dora, Lebanon 

Jack Gray, San Antonio, Texas 



John Gries, Rapid City, S.D. 
Mike Hanna, Casper 
Charles B. Hauf 
Henry Hauck, Laramie 



Dennis Hodge, Laramie 
Lloyd Hornbacker, Laramie 
Harriet Hull, Larned, Kansas 



Robert Hunter, Torrington, 
Fairhat Husain, Pakistan 
David Jacobson, Buffalo 



302 




Richard H. Jessen, Denver, Colo. 
Joe Jesseph, Boise, Idaho 
Robert H. Johnson, Rock Springs 
Hans Johnsrud, Eidsvoll, Norway 



Clark Johnston, Oskaloosa, Iowa 
Robert D. Jones, Westminster, Colo. 
Robert K. Jones, Bennington, Nebr. 
Norman Jordan, Cheyenne 




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Graduates When 

U. Thant Named U.N. Secretary General 




David Kahane Fair Oakes, Calif. 
Everett Killam, Goffstown, N.H. 
D. E. Larson, Laramie 



Brad Laughlin, Casper 

Robert Lingard, Laramie 

Arthur Lloyd, Independence, Mo. 



Lin Nar Loh, Taiwan, China 
Paul Lowham, Evanston 
Joseph Manhart, Orleans, Nebr. 



James McCartney, Wheatland 
David McNaughton, Laramie 
David McPherson, Laramie 



Louis F. Meek, Laramie 
William Mekeel, Cheyenne 



303 







Gary Melander, Assaria, Kansas 
Sharon Millward, Jackson 
Richard Mirth, Dunkirk, N.Y. 
Larry Mitich, Newcastle 



Ralph Moorehead, Laramie 
Allen Morck, Green River 
Ellen Morrical, St. Louis, Mo. 
George Moses, Billings, Mont. 



Graduates When, 






FIRST ROW: G. A. Nasir, Kabul, Afghanistan; Martha Nelson, Laramie; Karl Niermann, Cheyenne; Terry O'Brien, Hanna; James 
O'Connor, Cheyenne; James T. Olsen, Chicago, 111. SECOND ROW: Tunney Oydna, New York, N.Y.; Ronald Park, Page, Neb.; 
Lance Peterson, Yellowstone, Mont.; Ardis Picard, Worland; Ralph Poole, Sparta, N.C. 




304 



Walter Pugh, Laramie 

K. Pundareekakshudu, Krishna, India 

Marilyn Raben, Lingle 

Tom Smith, Laramie 



James Roberts, Denver, Colo. 
Roy Robinette, Reynolds 
Gerald Ross, Riverton 
Wayne Schlegel, Tujunga, Calif. 




37 Killed In Penn. Mine Disaster 



FIRST ROW: Gilbert Schuza, West, Texas; Bill Shaneman, Torrington; T. S. Sharma, Bihar, India; K. B. 
Singh, India; R. P. Sinha, India. SECOND ROW: Verne Smith, Wheatland; Jack Speight, Laramie; Ro- 
chelle Spiering, Milbank, S.D.; William Stage, Vienna, Va.; Christopher Sung-Park, Korea 




305 




"At last, my M.A." 




Lora Lee Thelen, 
Faulkton, S.D. 





Robert Thibeault, Laramie; Ralph Thomas, Sheridan; Tim Tiches, Arlington, Va.; Laural Toth, Chillicothe, Ohio; Norman Udewitz, Cas- 
per; John Vidakovich, Laramie; Bob Wampler, Riverton; Marjorie Wasserburger, Laramie; Glenn Wika, Laramie; Charles Wing. 
Cheyenne; Leland Woodrow, Paxton, Nebr.; Roger Worman, Laramie. 



306 




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Ralph Aalseth, San Rafael, Calif. 
Dick Agee, Cheyenne 
Linda Alexander, Rock Springs 
Gene Allen, Steelton, Pa. 
Mary Lou Allen, Cody 



Jane Allison, Casper 

Jay Allison, Powell 

John Angelovich, Rock Springs 

George Armijo, Cheyenne 

Kristi Armijo, Cheyenne 



Charles Aspinwall, Cleveland, Ohio 
Jimmy Atchley, Laramie 
John Bailey, Laramie 
Gary Baker, Wheatland 
Judi Baker, Worland 





Richard Baldes, Riverton 
Mucho Balka, Cheyenne 
Dean Barnum, Laramie 
Sylvia Barr, Laramie 
Richard Barry, Palos Park, 111. 



Roger Battisti, Rock Springs 
Bill Beardsley, Laramie 
Lynn Beltz, Laramie 
Roger Bentley, Alliance, Neb. 
Ann Benton, Laramie 



Marilee Bentzen, Sheridan 
Phillip Berry, Charlotte, N.C. 
William Berta, Sheridan 
Frank Bertagnolli, Superior 
Jeannie Bindschadler, Laramie 



308 



Rodney Bisbee, Medicine Bow 
William Blacke, Whittier, Calif. 
Terry Blackert, Prophetstown, 111. 
John Blodgett, Wheatland 
Kathy Bodine, Evanston 



Glenn Boldman, Rawlins 
Anne Bonner, Powell 
Michael Booth, Sheridan 
Ralph Borchers, Casper 
John Borszcz, Maple Hts., Ohio 



Kay Boston, Casper 
Kent Boswell, Laramie 
Steve Bourret, Harrison, Nebr. 
George Bowland, Green River 
Charlene Bower, Abilene, Tex. 




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FIRST ROW: Lorene Bowles, Cheyenne; Donna Braden, Sturgis, S.D.; Mariann Braden, Sturgis, 
S.D.; Sjur Brande, Aalesund, Norway; Ann Brown, Kemmerer; Carolyn Brown, Laramie. SECOND 
ROW: Fred Brown, Cheyenne; George Brown, Lingle; Kermit Brown, Casper; Morris Brown, Myrtle, 
Miss.; Wyo Jon Brown, Lovell; Vicki Brownell, Worland 




Lawrence Browning, Casper 

Bill Bruce, Lockbourne, Ohio 

Don Brunner, Cheyenne 

Mary Fran Bryant, Gunnison, Colo. 

Lothar Bullinga, Sheridan 



Sara Burdick, Buffalo 
Dorothy Burger, Casper 
Michael Burger, Casper 
Janet Burke, Rock Island, 111. 
Jane Butler, Kirkwood, Miss. 



Don Cadman, Santa Rosa, Calif. 
Mary Caldwell, Cheyenne 
Jerry Calvert, LaMesa, Calif. 
Dave Campbell, Frontier 
Frank Canestrini, Laramie 



Neala Cantleberry, Casper 
Karen Carlson, Casper 
John Carlton, Evanston 
Sharon Kaye Carter, Byron 
Francis Casy, Los Angeles, Calif. 



Sharon Casto, Rawlins 
Jerry Caulkins, Cheyenne 
Gib Ceretto, Rock Springs 
Gene Chandler, Casper 
Michael Chetterbock, Laramie 



309 




Barbara Claflin, Park Ridge, 111. 
Clifford Clark, Casper 
Jean Clark, Newcastle 
Larry Clark, Laramie 



Bruce Cody, Casper 
Jerry Cogswell, Arlington, Va. 
Thomas Cole, Glennview, 111. 
Charles Collins, Arvada 



Jose Coloma, Quito, Ecuador 
John Cometto, Cheyenne 
Susan Comin, Laramie 
Robert Cook, Rawlins 



Roxanne Cook, Casper 
James Cooper, Sturgis, S.D. 
Shirley Correll, Cheyenne 



Shelia Costantino, Rock Springs 
Fred Cottingham, Laramie 
Jean Coyle, Cheyenne 
James Cramer, Millbrae, Calif. 



Sara Crane, Douglas 

Edwin Crocker, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Susan Crowell, Casper 

Joanne Culbertson, Worland 



Art Cundy, Casper 
Robert Currier, Torrington 
Jens Dahl, Laramie 
Gary Dalryhple, Laramie 



Dave Dameron, Douglas 
Marilyn Danner, Trukee, Calif. 
Edwin Darby, Fergus Falls, Minn. 
Vernon David, Sheridan 



Stephen Davidson, Memphis, Tenn. 
Douglas Davis, North Park, S.C. 
Laurens Davis, Willmington, N.C. 
Thomas Davis, Loretto, Pa. 



310 





FIRST ROW: Tim Davis, Torrington; Mohammad Deen, Kabul, Afghanistan; John Delair, Casper; George Delaplaine, Cheyenne; 
Tommy Derrick, Laramie; Roy Diaz, Filmore, Calif.; Jamie Dickson, Rock Springs; Larry Dierksen, Hutchinson, Ka. SECOND ROW: 
Jim Diers, Sheridan; William T. Dilzell, Laramie; Hearley Dockham, Bondurant; James Dolan, Cheyenne; Larry Dooley, Buffalo; 
Dave Dougherty, Cheyenne; Bill Doughty, Jackson; Bob Downs, Roseville, Calif. 



Juniors In Chimes 




Presenting Homecoming Queen and Attendant 1962. 



FIRST ROW: Wanda Drake, Riverton; Carolyn Drew, Muskegee, Okla.; Paul Driscoll, Tonawanda, N.Y.; Diana Duncan, Truc- 
kee, Calif.; Elnor Eggart, Sheridan; Fran Eickbush, Cheyenne; Fred Eikenberry, Lusk; Roland Einer, Grass Creek. SECOND ROW: 
Judy Engstrom, Rawlins; Sallmie Ernst, Gillette; John Esser, Charles City, Iowa; Jan Falkingham, Billings, Mont.; John Farmer, Chey- 
enne; Jim Feighny, Julesburg, Colo.; Gerald Fink, Lovell; Karen Fisher, Hay Springs, Nebr. 






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FIRST ROW: Sally Jo Fish, Cheyenne; Sharon Flock, Lingle; 
Steve Flowers, Casper; Jim Fornstrom, Pine Bluffs; Virginia Fors- 
lin, Casper; Ronald Foy, Laramie; Gloria Franks, Cody; Willis 
Frison, Ten Sleep. SECOND ROW: Lila Gallagher, Cheyenne; 
Robert Gallinger, Midwest; Spence Garrett, Westchester, Penn.; 
Steve Gehring, Casper; Michael J. Geile, Cheyenne; Mel Genetti, 
Bountiful, Utah; Jim Georgis, Rock Springs; Bob Gerhardt, Boul- 
der, Colo. THIRD ROW: Donald Ger heart, Palmerton, Penn.; 
John Giacobba, Worchester, Mass.; Jim Gidley, Lake Oswego, Ore.; 
Connie Gloyd, Thermopolis. FOURTH ROW: Ralph Godbe, 
Laramie; Edward Golden, Lykens, Penn.; Mike Golden, Stockton, 
Kan.; Penny Goodson, Sundance. 



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FIRST ROW: Michael Gorman, Evanston; Margaret Gould, Sara- 
toga; Don Graeff, Rushville, Nebr.; Alinda Grasso, Rock Springs. 
SECOND ROW: Eric Grassman, Denver, Colo.; Margaret Griffin, 
Cheyenne; Robert Grote, Beatrice, Nebr.; Maxine Grove, Lusk. 
THIRD ROW: Bill Grunkmeyer, Sheridan; Jesse Gundmundson, 
Afton; Frances Gurney, Yoder; Pauleen Guthmann, Laramie; Jayne 
Haagensen, Laramie; Billie Hacker, Fariless Hills, Pa.; Paula Hale, 
Laramie; Edwin Hall, Bassett, Nebr. FOURTH ROW: Gary Hall, 
Newcastle, Colo.; Karen Hall, Encampment; Ron Halstead, Lara- 
mie; Alice Hames, Laramie; Jerry Hamm, Laramie; Fred Hansel- 
mann, Casper; Ann Hansen, Sheridan; Bill Hansen, Elk Mountain. 



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FIRST ROW: Sandra Haralson, Cheyenne; Connie Hardin, Rapid City, S.D.; Janet Hare, Ft. Laramie; Linda Harmston, Laramie; 
Darrell Harrington, Sheridan; Earl Hashitate, Laramie; Sverre Haug, Laramie; Ken Hawthorne, Billings, Mont.. SECOND ROW: 
Laurie Hays, Savery; Joyce Hecht, Laramie; Mike Hedlund, Oshkosh, Nebr.; Ralph Henrie, Laramie; Richard Hensley, Tulsa, Okla.; 
Richard Herr, Millersville, Pa.; Roy Herren, Greybull; Pat Herring, Encampment. THIRD ROW: Jim Hicks, Casper; Terrence Hig- 
gins, Sheridan; Jim Hill, Casper; Marie Hilliard, Saratoga; Patsy Hittle, Pinedale; Sally Hobert, Bayard, Nebr. 




Carolyn Hodges, Julesburg, Colo. 
Carolyn Hoffman, Springfield, 111.; 
Richard Holden, Laramie 
Joyce Holgerson, Albin 
Ann Holland, Laramie 



FIRST ROW: Paul Homar, Jackson; Glen Hopkins, Story; Sara Horgan, Rapid City, S.D.; Francis Howard, McLean, Va.; Robert 
Howard, Pasadena, Calif.; Jo Ann Hoy, Lusk; Bryan Hubbard, Ft. Laramie. SECOND ROW: Jere Hudak, Bethlehem, Pa.; George 
Hughes, Casper; James Hughes, Upton; Norma Hughes, Rock Springs; Merle Ihne, Winnebago, 111.; John Isaacs, Rawlins; Jean Iver- 
son, McFadden; Sharon Jackman, Green River. THIRD ROW: Janice Jacksa, Oakland, Calif.; Robert Jackson, Cheyenne; Neal Jac- 
quot, Casper; Carolyne James, Sunrise; Stephen James, Kimball, Nebr.; Mary Ruth Jameson, Ames, Iowa; Phillip Jenkins, Dubois; Jim 
Jensen, Santa Barbara, Calif. 





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FIRST ROW: JoAnne Jeremiason, Belle Fourche, S.D.; Robert 
Johnson, Oshkosh, Wis.; Judie Johnston, Wheatland; Vicki John- 
ston, Casper; Jim Jones, Casper; Ronald Jones, Powell; Mike Jordan, 
Laramie; Val Julian, Laramie. SECOND ROW: Dan D. Kadel, 
Centerville, Iowa; Nick Kanellopoulos, Thermopolis; Kathy Kar- 
pan, Rawlins; Cary Lee Cykler, Hawaii; Mickey Kelly, Chamber- 
lain, S.D.; Mike Kelley, Cheyenne; Leroy Keuck, Cheyenne; Ken 
Kidneigh, Casper. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Kimport, Casper; Da- 
vid Kintigh, Laramie; Frances Kleen, Elk Mountain; Linda Kobelin, 
Cheyenne. FOURTH ROW: Bob Korenke, Casper; James Kopriva, 
Riverton; Ray Korhonen, Torrington; Gretchen Kuiper, Cody. 




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FIRST ROW: Steve Kuntz, Torrington; Roger Kuxhausen, Tor- 
rington; Richard Laroche, Cheyenne; Susan Larson, Cheyenne. 
SECOND ROW: Vicki Larson, Manson, Iowa; Charles LaSalle, 
Galveston, Texas; George Leake, Mount Pleasant, Texas. THIRD 
ROW: Ron LeBaron, Worland; Linda Lee, Sheridan; JoAnn Leg- 
gett, Baggs; Bruce Leng, Grand Maraic, Minn.; John Leroux, Grass 
Creek; Bill Levine, Winthrop, Mass.; Alberta Likins, Yoder; Sharon 
Likwartz, Laramie. FOURTH ROW: Larry Lilly, Laramie; Kent 
Lindberg, Afton; Val Lindsay, Evanston; Carolyn Logan, Riverton; 
Jeanne Longpre, Laramie; John Loutas, Casper; Ronald Loveland, 
Thermopolis; Palph Lowell, Green River. 




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FIRST ROW: Hugh Lowham, Evanston; Gary Magill, Cheyenne; Sharon Majors, Lander; Edward Maki, Superior; Louie Mannone, 
Cheyenne; Neal Marsh, Rawlins; Robert Marshall, Blue Mound, 111.; Sandra Martin, Laramie. SECOND ROW: Brian Mason, Chey- 
enne; Emma Lou Mason, Laramie; Donna Mathiesen, Rawlins; Edith Matt, Casper; Harry L. Matthew, Paradise, Calif.; Suzanne Matt- 
son, Denver; John Mayer, Casper; Bill McCabe, Calgary, Alberta. THIRD ROW: Edward McCarthy, Laramie; Judy McClenahan, 
Venango, Nebr.; James N. McCready, Creve Couer, Mo.; Mike McDonnell, Cheyenne; Hugh McFadden, Laramie; Donna Rae McHale, 
Torrington; David McKinnon, Grand Junction, Colo.; Gary McKnight, Cheyenne. 



Katharine McMillan, Scottsbluff, 

Nebr. 
Mike McNulty, Cody 
Karene McRae, Denver, Colo. 
Don McWilliams,' Casper 
Mary Louise Meldrum, Afton 




FIRST ROW: Annette Menghini, Rock Springs; Lora Mercado, Laramie; Linda Metzger, Dixon; Glenda Michaud, Laramie; Sharon 
Michnick, Laramie; Julia Mickelson, Lovell; Dave Miller, San Bernadino, Calif.; Don Miller, Lovell. SECOND ROW: Jessie Miller, 
Buffalo; Marilyn Miller, Sheridan; Patty Miller, Oshkosh, Nebr.; Sharon Miller, Lander; Mary Jo Mohr, Greybull; James Moncur, 
Laramie; John Mooney, Gillette; Gene Moore, Independence, Mo.; THIRD ROW: LeAnn Moore, Rawlins; Thomas Moore, Lara- 
mie; Fabienne Morck, Laramie; Dennis Morell, Laramie; Michael Mores, Cheyenne; Joline Moretti, Mountain View; Ronald Morey, 
Cheyenne; Maynard Morris, Boulder City, Nev. 




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FIRST ROW: Bill Mueller, Cheyenne; James Mooney, Gillette; Don Murphy, Cheyenne; Kathy Mur- 
phy, Rockville, Md.; Don Murray, Rawlins; Keith Murray, Powell. SECOND ROW: Jerry Nash, Lara- 
mie; Janet Neeley, Powell; Leonard Nighswonger, Laramie; Larry Nielson, Laramie; Geoffrey E. Nic- 
hols, Battleboro, Vt.; John Nickey, Bozeman, Mont.. THIRD ROW: Donnell Nicoll, Casper; Linda 
Nield, Afton; Robert Nimmo, Cheyenne; Jenetta Nykaza, Gary, Ind.; Ron Nystrom, Cheyenne; Susan 
O'Connor, Evanston. FOURTH ROW: Margaret Oelrich, Sheldon, Iowa; Dennis Ogden, Lusk; Matt- 
hew Ogg, Worland; Jim Olsen, Rittsfield, Mass.; Linda Olson, Rockford, 111.; Robert Olson, Sheridan. 
FIFTH ROW: Ron Ondler, Casper; Mary Orr, Sheridan; Gerald Ott, Casper; Dave Owen, Rapid 
City, S.D.; Marilyn Page, Buffalo; Joyce Parsons, Guernsey. SIXTH ROW: William Parsons, Laramie; 
Delores Patik, Thermopolis; Peer Paul, Cheyenne; Glenn Payne, Farson; Iris Paul-Wilcox, Laramie; 
Sarah Payne, Laramie. 



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Dave Reed, Billings, Mont. 
Irma M. Reeves, Laramie 
Mary Lou Rentto, Pierre, S.D. 
Peggy Repp, Kimball, Nebr. 



Tom Rhodes, Basin 

Stanley Richards, Belle Fourche, S.D. 

Lyle Rickert, Cheyenne 

Terry Rillahan, Worland 



Herman Robinson, Corpus Christi, Tex. 
Craig Robison, Lovell 
Tom Rodda, Casper 
Dean Ross, Calgary, Can. 



Frank Rotellini, Sheridan 
Allen Round, Dubois 
Keith Rounds, Laramie 
Michael Rowe, Cheyenne 



Pat Peil, Riverton 
Darrell Pendley, Powell 
Gloria Pense, Chugwater 
Jo Ann Perdley, Powell 



Ed Perkins, Casper 
Tony Perella, Cheyenne 
Nancy Perrine, Jackson 
Ed Pexton, Douglas 



Sandy Phillips, Casper 
Dale Pierantoni, Laramie 
Ronald Piatt, Encampment 
Donald Porter, Glenrock 



Jo Ann Onisto Potter, Rock Springs 
Bent Pouttu, Casper 
Beverly Powell, Sundance 
Alfred Prevedel, Superior 



Mary Quintana, Acme 

William Rabou, Albin 

Wilbert Radasevich, Rock Springs 

Charles Realing, Thermopolis 




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Bob Rush, Council Bluffs, la. 

Tom Rue, Casper 

Fred Salsbury, Cheyenne 



Cathy Salzman, Ten Sleep 

Keith Sande, Powell 

Sharon Sandeno, Reddick, 111. 




Nancy Sanders, Clearmont 
Rudy Sanford, Jackson 
Anna Sather, Casper 



Connie Satterfield, Casper 
Carol Sattler, Newman Grove, 

Nebr. 
Linda Savage, Los Alamos, 

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Dick Scarlett, Lander 
Mike Schafer, Cheyenne 
Bob Scheibel, Altus, Okla. 










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David Scheuerman, Worland 
Doug Schiel, Whittier, Calif. 
Corky Schilt, Laramie 
Doris Schlatter, Cheyenne 
Ron Schlattman, Moorcroft 
William Schmidt, Laramie 



Roger Schneider, Rapid City, S.D. 
John Schooley, Fallbrook, Calif. 
Jim Schuyler, Greybull 
Richard Schween, St. Paul, Minn. 
Lloyd Scott, Worland 
Bernie Seebaum, Casper 



Ted Serdiuk, Laramie 

Tom Hodge Seymour, Brighton, 

Colo. 
Ronald Shadoan, Sheridan 
Roger Shaffer, Laramie 
Dennis Shambaugh, Buffalo 
Ann Sherard, Cheyenne 



Ray Sherfey, Denver, Colo. 

Shirley Sims, Evanston 

Anne Siren, Laramie 

Donald C. Slack, Meeteetse 

Darryl Smith, Casper 

Lola Kay Smith, Ft. Collins, Colo. 



Lendine Smith, Cheyenne 
Lynette Smith, Hanna 
Lynn Smith, Carpenter 
Roger Smith, Laramie 
Stan Smith, Powell 



John Sokol, Torrington 
Perry Kay Somer, Powell 
Gail Speckner, Lingle 
Charles Spratt, Casper 
Dixon Staples, Cheyenne 



Norman Stark, Encampment 
Jim Starrs, Thermopolis 
Jack States, Saratoga 
John Steadman, Cody 
Kay Stewart, Casper 



Robert Stewart, Jackson 
Roland Stewart, Casper 
Sally Stoddard, Douglas 
Milton Stokes, Cheyenne 
William Strawn, Saratoga 



Dan Strickland, Laramie 

Kay Sturholm, Rock Springs 

Roy Sturtzman, BeeMer, Nebr. 

William Sump, Sheridan 

Eleanor Swain, Long Meadow, Mass. 



Roland Swanson, Kearney, Nebr. 

Valdee Swenson, Afton 

Jack Tarter, Casper 

Bobbye Thatcher, Las Vegas, N.M. 

Allen Thede, Wilton Junction, Iowa 



Janyce Thomas, Laramie 
Beauford Thompson, Chugwater 
Chuck Thompson, Laramie 
Edward Thompson, Sturgis, S.D. 
Gerald Thompson, Denver, Colo. 



Kathy Thompson, Casper 

Loren Thompson, Newcastle 

Robert Thompson, Sheridan 

Wayne Thompson, Ridgefield Park, N.J. 

Gordon Thome, Laramie 



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Kathy Tichac, Laramie 

Randall Tonelli, San Francisco, Calif. 

Henry Tomingas, Jackson 

Larry Toro, Pinedale 

Jack Travis, Billings, Mont. 





FIRST ROW: Ray Tremain, Lodgepole, Nebr.; Ruth Trierweiler, Buffalo; James Ullery, Kaycee; Raymond Valdez, Cheyenne; Kent 
Van, Laramie; Larry VanCourt, Cheyenne; Pete Vasek, Powell; Bob Vaughan, Lander. SECOND ROW: Larry Vering, Casper; Louis 
Vidal, Rapid City, S.D.; William Vines, Gillette; Jim VanTrump, Hillsdale; Janice Voss, Worland; Albert Wagner, Dubois; Bob 
Wakefield, Sheridan; Michael Walker, Detroit, Mich. THIRD ROW: Sandy Wantulok, Sheridan; Bertha Ward, Laramie; Tex Ward, 
Laramie; Diane Washington, Cheyenne; Marna Watkins, Denver; Jim Watson, Cheyenne; Judy Weber, Cheyenne; Dave Wensky, 
Laramie. 



FIRST ROW: Valera Wetherell, Laramie; Laura While, Laramie; Mary Whitcomb, Laramie; Bruce Wilcox, Cheyenne; Grant Wil- 
ford, Downey, Calif.; Charles Wilkie, Marsland, Nebr.; Gretchen Wilkinson, Laramie; Jan Wilkinson, Casper. SECOND ROW: 
Carol Williams, Cody; Bob Willis, Cheyenne; Sharon Wills, Douglas; Larry Wilson, Cheyenne; Paul Wilson, Wainwright; Sara Jane 
Wilson, Casper; Edward Winchell, Laramie; Wayne Wingfield, Los Alamos, N.M. THIRD ROW: Ted Workman, Birmingham, 
Mich.; Mary Lynn Worl, Pinedale; Rodney Worman, Laramie; Alvin Young, Laramie; Russell Young, Castlerock, Colo.; Joe Zavers- 
nik, Rock Springs; Jim Zoetz, Laramie; Sheri Lyn Zumbrennan, Green River. 




Joan Abbott, Cheyenne 
Geraldine Abell, Laramie 
Gwini Adams, Douglas 
Jerome Alanko, Waukegan, 111. 



Ethen Allen, Laramie 
Gary Allen, Cheyenne 
Beverly Ames, Laramie 
Paul Amrein, Bondurant 



Larry Amundson, Riverton 
Clair Andrews, Laramie 
Betty Anderson, Egbert 
James Anderson, Cheyenne 



Mike Anderson, Evanston 
Sam Anderson, Laramie 
Joseph Anna, Cheyenne 
Ken Anseilmi, Rock Springs 




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Ronnie Archuleta, Green River 
Lois Arnold, Carpenter 
Adrian Arp, Carpenter 
Carla Asay, Lovell 



Dianne Ashmore, Laramie 
Jerry Atchley, Homerville, Ga. 
Neal Atkinson, Rock River 
Karen Augsbach, Laramie 



Jeanne Augustin, Ten Sleep 
Eugene Bagley, Cokeville 
Jim Bailey, Cheyenne 
Vonona Bailey, Cheyenne 



Ron Bailey, Glenrock 
John Baker, Rock Springs 
Dick Bardo, Lusk 
Bonnie Barger, Farson 



Tom Barker, Laramie 
James Barrett, Worland 
Mary Ellen Bates, Cheyenne 
Bill Bates, Newcastle 



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Ray Bickel, Riverton 
Judy Bishop, Glenrock 
Sherilyn Blakely, Cheyenne 
Martin Bloom, Long Island, N.Y 
Ken Boilsen, Laramie 



Bill Bonnell, Cheyenne 
Maryanna Borrego, Laramie 
James Bower, Stevens Pt., Wis 
Dick Boyt, LaBarge 
Sherry Brasher, Laramie 




Judy Baxter, Laramie 

Douglas Bedient, Alliance, Nebr. 

Earl Beneda, Rock Springs 

Riena Bent, Thermopolis 

Betty Benthack, Chadron, Nebr. 



Frank Bentzel, Pindale 

Jerry Bergenhagen, South Bend, Ind. 

Jerry Berger, Oshoto 

James Bernatow, Saratoga 

Mary Kaye Bettes, Casper 




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Larry Burkey, Cheyenne 

John Burns, Cheyenne 

Bob Butscher, Riverton 

Mardi Canaday, Arlington, Va. 

Craig Carlson, Palos Verdes, Calif. 



Steve Carlson, Cheyenne 
Robert Carpenter, Glendo 
Robert Carpenter, Saratoga 
Pete Carroll, Sheridan 
Dennis Carruth, Sinclair 



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Arthur Brase, Laramie 
Kim Briggs, Rawlins 
Keith Brighton, Wheatland 
Fred Brigham, Aurora, Colo. 
Michael A. Brodrick, Powell 



Gary Brooks, Manville 
Colleen Bruns, Rapid City, S. D. 
James Bryan, Evansville, Ind. 
Neil Buchanan, Manderson 
Mary Kaye Budd, Big Piney 




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Dean Challman, Laramie 
Louise Chamberlain, Pine Bluffs 
Susan Chambers, Cheyenne 
Steve Chapel, Big Piney 
Ken Chastain, Worland 



George Chionis, Granger 

Rich Chlubna, San Mateo, Calif. 

Rita Christensen, Thermopolis 

William Clapp, Casper 

Rick Clark, Leavenworth, Kan. 



Jim Clizbe, Cheyenne 
Robert Coffee, Van Tassell 
Tom Cogswell, Arlington, Va. 
Sandra Colby, Worland 
Gail Coleman, Billings, Mont. 



Phil Coleman, Casper 
John D. Collins, Glendo 
Judith Connell, Riverton 
Bart Cook, Gillette 
Karen Cook, Laramie 



Richard Cooke, Billings, Mont. 

Dave Cooper, Torrington 

F. Christopher Cooper, Sherman Oaks, Calif. 

Skip Cooper, Casper 

Richard Cornish, Riverton 



Barbara Courtney, Cheyenne 
Betty Critchett, Pueblo, Colo. 
Richard Crites, Lafayette. Colo. 
Arnold Cross, Denver, Colo. 
Roger Cross, Cheyenne 



John Crosson, Green River 
James Cunningham, Casper 
Bob Cuthbertson, Laramie 
Beverley Cutler, Recluse 
Edwin Dalpiaz, Superior 



Cherie Damsalla, Laramie 

Mary Darling, Worthington, Minn. 

Wynona Davidson, Colo. Springs, Colo. 

Chris Davis, Laramie 

Frank Davis, Jackson 




David Deer, Hoisington, Kan. 
Janet Degise, Paterson, N.J. 



Mary Dice, Laramie 

Lynn Dickens, Walden, Colo. 



David Dillon, Cheyenne 
Rinaldo DiLoreto, Everett, Mass. 



Dorothy Driskill, Buffalo 
Carolyn Drew, Salt Lake City, 
Utah 



Bev Dunnam, Pierre, S.D. 
Michael Durgain, Laramie 



Dan Eckdahl, Laramie 
Gloria Edgar, Laramie 



Nancy Ehlin, Centennial 
Robert Elliott, Laramie 



Donna Evenson, Studio City, Calif. 
Kay Everett, Laramie 



Carol Dorsett, Casper 
John Dowler, Cheyenne 




Karen Denton, Scottsbluff, Nebr. 
Judy Derr, Casper 



Jean Dickinson, Minatare, Nebr. 
Chris DiFraia, Cheyenne 



Sue Dolan, Cheyenne 
Max Dolenc, Rock Springs 



Sam Downing, Cheyenne 
Judy Dregoiw, Sheridan 




Linda Duncan, Palo Alto, Calif. 
Clarine Dunder, Laramie 



Bill Dusenberry, Ralston 

Jeanne Easley, Pleasant Hill, Calif. 



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Mary Esther Edmonds, Kemmerer 
Karen Edson, Cheyenne 




Dave Erickson, Cheyenne 
Larry Erickson, Laramie 



Nancy Fair, Cheyenne 
Paul Fanning, Laramie 







Cathy Federer, Cheyenne 
Bill Feeley, Cody 



Dorothy Ferrell, Casper 
Bill Finnerity, Cheyenne 



Gary Fladmoe, Belle 

Fourche, S.D. 
David Flett, Cheyenne 



Tom Forister, Cheyenne 
Gary Foster, Riverton 



Sharon Freese, Lander 
Howard French, Laramie 






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Allen Frude, Laramie 
Courtney Fulk, Ashland, Ohio 



Merrilee Garbutt, Rawlins 
Bobbie Gard, Cheyenne 



Nancy Garson, Buffalo 
Jerri Gattis, Rock Springs 



Karin Felt, Sidney, Nebr. 
Sara Jane Fenimore, Hanna 



Dan Finnerity, Cheyenne 
Tim Fitzsimmons, Wheaton, 111. 



Doug Foe, Wheatland 
Linda Foos, Wheatland 



Kenneth Foster, Laramie 
William M. Foster, Rawlins 



Kristin Frerichs, Mill Valley, 

Calif. 
John Frisby, Cheyenne 





Dominick Gianola, Frontier 
Douglas Gibson, Pine Bluffs 




Anita Fumelia, Laramie 
Sharon Gams, Kane 



Jack Garrett, Wheatland 
John Garrett, Cheyenne 



Kay Gembala, Torrington 
Patty Gerrard, Evanston 



Theodore Gies, Pavillion 
Kathleen Gillette, Jackson 



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John Gingles, Torrington 

Kenneth Gilmore, Cheyenne 

Paul Gleye, Alpena, Mich. 

Jim Goldsmith, Laramie 

Mitchell Goodart, Menio Park, Calif. 




Dick Graham, Alliance, Nebr 
Susan Gray, Cheyenne 
Gilbert Green, Laramie 
Janice Greenwald, Laramie 
Marcia Grella, Roslyn, N.Y. 



James Grieve, Rawlins 

Richard M. Griffiin, Laramie 

Kay Grosinger, Lovell 

Jana Grover, AF Academy, Colo. 

Gary Grunkemeyer, Grand Island, Nebr 



Nancy Guthrie, Newcastle 
Mike Gutz, Casper 
Jay Hacker, Rock Springs 
Charles Hagemeier, Hillsdale 
Dorthy Hagen, Sheridan 



Terry Hahn, Alliance, Nebr. 
Janette Hailey, Casper 
David Hall, Cody 
Guyna Hall, Rawlins 
Carl Hallady, Cheyenne 




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Clark Hallmann, Harvey, 111. 
Jess Hallmark, Newcastle 
Diane Hamlin, Worland 
William Hampton, Denver, Colo. 
Bill Hanking, Lander 



Fred Hanking, Superior 
Ila Hansen, Lovell 
Bob Hanson, Newcastle 
Sally Hanson, Lusk 
Gale Harrison. Cheyenne 



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Lloyd Harrison, Lovell 
Alice Harvey, Jenkintown, Pa. 
Howard Hassman, Laramie 
Rebecca Heady, Laramie 
Adele Heink, San Diego, Calif. 



Faith Henderson, Cheyenne 
Karen Henderson, Laramie 
Mary Henderson, Laramie 
Lynn Hendershott, Lander 
Jack Henry, Laramie 



John Hermanson, Cheyenne 
Bill Higgins, Rockford, 111. 
Dale Hilpert, Hanna 
Jim Hirsig, Cheyenne 
Sue Hitchcock, Laramie 



Stan Hjerleid, Saratoga 

Jim Hobson, Lander 

Norman Holcomb, Excelsior, Minn. 

Coralee Holden, Laramie 

Edward Holden, Laramie 



Dennis Hollenbeck, Riverton 
Bob Holmes, Evanston 
Norman Holmes, Cheyenne 
Cathy Hosier, Laramie 
Carolyn Holz, Carmi, 111. 



Donna Huck, Bayard, Nebr. 
Kathleen Hughes, Nisland, S.D. 
Jean Hummer, Kemmerer 
Barb Humphreys, Sheridan 
Dan Humter, Worland 





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John Hursh, Riverton 
John Igo, Cokeville 
Bob Immel, Buffalo 
Judi Ingalsbe, Laramie 
Robert Inkster, Buffalo 



Melodie Irvine, Laramie 
Dan Jackson, Chugwater 
Royden James, Kaycee 
Charles Jenkins, Salina, Kan. 
Adrian Johnson, Hulett 



Bob Johnson, Cheyenne 
Clark Johnson, Lemmon, S.D. 
Joanne Johnson, Rawlins 
Kristin Johnson, Lucas, Iowa 
Lawrence Johnson, Cheyenne 




Sandy Johnston, Laramie 

Garth Jolley, Lovell 

Jim C. Jones, Casper 

Josaphine Jones, Otto 

Judy Jones, Albuquerque, N.M. 



Johanna Jordahl, Casper 
Jarvis Judd, Laramie 
Jim Kagi, Powell 
James Kandolin, Hanna 
John Kauchich, Rock Springs 



Freshmen 



Norman Kaufman, Gering, Nebr. 
Anne Keenan, Torrington 
Keith Kay, Laramie 
Gary Kelley, Cheyenne 
Marlene Kelley, Lovell 



Dave Kellogg, Laramie 
Laurel Kellogg, Laramie 
Patrick Kellogg, Rock Springs 
Kim Kelley, Columbia, Miss. 
Carol Kendall, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 



Bob Kilpatrick, Rawlins 

Kenneth King, Burns 

Harry Kinnison, Springfield, Ohio 

Gary Kivisto, Hanna 

Robert Klaver, Holland, Mich. 



Gary Kleinschmidt, Worland 

Larry Knadler, Laramie 

Ray Krueger, Cheyenne 

Larry Krusee, Greybull 

Carole Lahti, Belle Fourche, S.D. 



Glenda Lamb, Newcastle 
Robert Lamb, Murray, Iowa 
Homer Lambrecht, Cheyenne 
Jenne Lee Lancaster, Glendo 
Gary Lawrence, Saginan, Mich. 



Nicki Layman, Alma, Mich. 
Keith Leavitt, Afton 
Max Lechie, Rock Springs 
Ginny Lee, Rapid City, S.D. 
Josaphat Lee, Cheyenne 




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Sam Lee, Gering, Nebr. 
Sandi Lee, Riverton 
Jerame Leech, Thermopolis 
Marjie Lehmkuilar, Cheyenne 
Nick Leanis, Las Vegas, Nev. 




Kenneth Lerwick, Albin 
Scott Lindley, Rock Springs 
Carol Loebe, Belle Fourche, S.D 
John Longfellow, Pavillion 



Mary Lorsdale, Laramie 
John Lore, Laramie 
Charyl Loveridge, Cheyenne 
Janet Lowry, Thermopolis 
Mary Mamalis, Green River 





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Dave Marion, Bakersfield, Calif. 
Lewis Markley, Powell 
Mary Marks, Cheyenne 
Sam Marks, Cheyenne 
Dennis Marsh, Sturgis, S.D. 



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Jenny McElroy, Marlow, Okla. 

Allen McGee, Laramie 

Robert McGee, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Michael McGuire, Riverton 

Pat McKeown, Casper 



Lynn McLaughlin, Torrington 
Gary McLean^ Evanston 
Thomas McMurry, Riverton 
Susan McPhersen, Laramie 



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Bobbie Martin, Cheyenne 
Marilyn Marshall, Laramie 
George Mavrakis, Sheridan 
Roger Mosse, Elk Mountain 
Gary Matthews, Maxwell, N.M. 



Steve Maurath, Casper 

Linda Maushak, Laramie 

Randy McArthur, Shreveport, La. 

Robert McBride, Buffalo 

Mike McClaflin, Powell 



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Carol Mead, Nebraska City, Nebr. 
Robert Medlock, La Jolla, Calif. 
Gary Mekelburg, Fort Morgan, Colo. 
Russ Michael, Yoder 



Larry Meggers, Stockon, Calif. 
Bill Michie, Rawlins 
Don Miller, Laramie 
Roland Miller, Sheridan 
LeRoy Milner, Cheyenne 



Ann Milnes, Guernsey 
David Minshall, Lander 
Judy Moine, Lingle 
John D. Moore, Saratoga 
Linda Moore, Rapid City, S.D. 



Rodes Moran, Cody 
Arnold Morch, Green River 
Stephen Morikawa, Hawaii 
Rodney Morris, Hawaii 
Joyce Moses, Billings, Mont. 



Alan Mott, Casper 

Gary Mucho, San Bernadino, Calif. 

Mike Murdock, Big Penny 

Pat Murphy, Guernsey 

Randy Murphy, Casper 



Lawrence Neal, Cheyenne 
Kathie Nelson, Laramie 
Judy Neugehauer, Sturgis, S.D 
Carole Newcomer, Cheyenne 
Dan Mordin, Cheyenne 




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Derrell C. Norman, Cheyenne 
Gary North, Rock Springs 
Tim Jo Nousi, Rock Springs 
Mary Ann O'Day, Laramie 
Oren Ohlinger, Laramie 



Dick Olds, Cheyenne 

Monica O'Mahar, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Denis O'Mahoney, Cheyenne 

Dwight Parrill, Lander 

Roberta Orr, Cody 



Gary Osborne, Rawlins 
Artbur Ostermeier, Sidney, Nebr. 
Janet Pacheco, Cheyenne 
Robert Parker, Laramie 



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Russell Parry, Rock Springs 
Jan Paul, Cheyenne 
Orville Pebley, Cheyenne 
Frances Perue, Laramie 
Larry Peters, Riverton 



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Pauline Potter, Farmington, 

N.Y. 
John Pradere, Buffalo 
Hayden Price, Washington, 

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James Price, Spring Valley, 

Wis. 
Ray Prior, Laramie 
Alden Prosser, Cheyenne 



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Bill Prowell, Casper 
Edward Putman, Rawlins 
June Puzuhanich, Sheridan 



Ralph Ragland, Granby 
Verna Ramsey, Upton 
Carl Rapp, Cheyenne 



Larry Redding, Carpenter 
Sharon Redding, Littleton, 

Colo. 
Fred Reed, Casper 



Leonard Peters, Cheyenne 
Aksel Peterson, Laramie 
Jon Peterson, Moline, 111. 
Mary Jean Peterson, Lyman 
Veronika Petres, Salam, S.D. 



Walt Petrie, South Bend, 
Carolyn Pfaff, LaBarge , 
Richard Phillips, Sheridan 
Verlyn Pindell, Cheyenne 
Jane Pingetzer, Shoshoni 



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Nadine Piatt, Worland 
John Plunkett, Saratoga 
Mary Ann Plunkett, Saratoga 
Joe Poelma, Carpenter 
Linda Porter, Casper 



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Sharon Reed, Torrington 
Glennita Reeves, Douglas 
Charlotte Reynolds, Shoshoni 
Edward Reynolds, Cheyenne 
Gene Reynolds. Cheyenne 



Stan Reynolds, Casper 

Sharon Rice, Cheyenne 

Randy Richardson, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Wadetta Rickets, Laramie 

Dick Riedl, Laramie 



Clara Rietz, Wheatland 
Marilyn Riggan, Jackson 
Jack Riske, Cheyenne 
Myrna Robbins, Buffalo 
John Roberts, Utica, N.Y. 



Larry Roberts, Cheyenne 
Kathleen Robertson, Laramie 
Jay Robinson, Pine Bluffs 
Bill Rochelle, Casper 
Connie Roebuck. Allentown, Pa. 



Bill Rogers, Cheyenne 
Martha Rogers, Cheyenne 
Jean Ann Rohn, Henry, Nebr. 
Don Romek, Jeffrey City 
Linda Russell, Cheyenne 





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John Ryan, Gary, Ind. 

Sharon Ryan, Casper 

Ron Sakoda, Hanapepe, Hawaii 

Judy Salsbury, Cheyenne 




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Ron Salvagio, Rockford, 111. 
Lynn Sannes, Rawlins 
Judy Sasse, Cheyenne 
Chuck Schaap, Rawlins 
Raymond Schamel, Hartville 



Dan Scheuerman, Laramie 
Dick Schmachtenberger, Laramie 
Jim Schneckloth, Davenport, Iowa 
Ray Schneidmiller, Cheyenne 
John Schopf, Carpenter 



Mike Schwope, Cheyenne 

John Scott, Casper 

Tillie Scott, Laramie 

Gerald Seay, Great Falls, Mont. 

Donna Sedey, Kemmerer 





Janice Seivert, Rock Springs 

Joan Selmer, Cheyenne 

Joan Shaeffer, Des Moines, Iowa 

Norm Shafer, Greybull 

Elmer Shaffer, Laramie 









Kathleen Sheehan, Dixon 
Dickey Lee Shepard, Douglas 
Robert C. Shippy, Whittier, Calif. 
Chuck Showalter, Wheaton, 111. 
Arden Shubert, Lyman, Nebr. 



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Sherri Shwen, Cheyenne 

Nancy Siewerdsen, Ralston, Nebr. 

Michael Sifferd, Casper 

Stanley Siggins, Cody 

Jo Ann Simmons, Saratoga 



Daniel Sims, Evanston 
Jack Sims, Evanston 
Mary Pat Sims, Rawlins 
Patricia Skiles, Sussex 
John Smalley, Laramie 



Bonnie Smith, Loveland, Colo. 
Bruce Smith, St. Joseph, 111. 
James Smith, Newcastle 
Jerry Smith, Yoder 
Jim Smith, Casper 



Kathi Smith, Rawlins 
Kathleen M. Smith, Cheyenne 
Melton L. Smith, Laramie 
Sylvia Smith, Sheridan 
Doug Snell, Greybull 





Lloyd Snyder, Worland 
Gail Sorensen, Lovell 
Lyman Spaulding, Cheyenne 
Dick Spear, Cheyenne 
Karen Spence, Rock Springs 



Kathy Spies, Mandan, N.D. 
Ken Spires, Lawrence, Mass. 
Merwin Spragg, Lovell 
Alice Springer, Cheyenne 
Rodney Squires, Laramie 



Ed Stahla, Kimball, Nebr. 
William Stahly, Kimball, Nebr. 
Linda Stanfield, Cheyenne 
Sue Stanford, Cheyenne 
Richard Staniforth, Evanston 



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Rodney Stearns, Mansfield, Mass. 
Wayne Steele, Hay Springs, Nebr. 
Robert Steen, Laramie 
Bonnie Steers, Lander 



Bob Stevenson, Laramie 

Daniel Still, Cheyenne 

Lee Stinner, Cheyenne 

Dave Stone, Oklahoma City, Okla. 



Donald Stone, Riverton 
Beth Stoneman, Laramie 
James Storer, Worland 
Mel Storm, Hulett 



Leah Story, Cheyenne 
Jennifer Stout, Rawlins 
William Stour, Torrington 
Eileen Strand, Casper 



Theo Strannigan, Laramie 
Sandra Streeter, Buffalo 
Sharon Suchta, Buffalo 
Harold Summers, Lusk 





Lydia Swanson, Rawlins 
Terry Swanson, Wheatland 
Lowell Swendseid, Lander 
Carol Swift, Dayton 



James Sylte, Cheyenne 
Leon Tagnolli, Rock Springs 
Dick Tanner, Jefferey City 
Elizabeth Tarpley, Chugwater 



Judy Tatham, Laramie 
Benja Taylor, Buffalo 
Larry Taylor, Ogden, Utah 
Kenneth Temple, Bellevue, Nebr. 



Ken Tesh, Wilmington, Del. 
Wayne Thaler, LaGrange 
John A. Thomas, Conestoga, Pa. 
Kathryn Thomas, Alliance, Nebr. 



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Susan Thomas, Lyman 
Jim Thompson, Casper 
Russ Thornock, Cheyenne 
Michael R. Tierney, Laramie 



Alma Tillett, Kane 
Darlene Tippets, Laramie 
Ray Todd, Rawlins 
Dee Anna Tolman, Worland 



Charles Tonkin, Riverton 
Phyllis Toothman, Cheyenne 
Dick Toy, Distant, Pa. 
Richard Travis, Billings, Mont. 



Suzanne Trowe, Casper 
Judy Troxel, Grass Creek 
Gay Turner, Douglas 
Jeff Turner, Evanston 



Alison Tyler, Laramie 
Ingrid Vaiciulenas, Worland 
Max Valdez, Laramie 
John VanAllen, Clinton, Iowa 





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Vonnie Whitman, Sturgis, S.D. 
Donna Whittington, Cheyenne 





Toe Warziniack, Torrington 
Dave Watt, Buffalo 
Gary Watts, Casper 



Barbara Webb, Farson 
Ken Weber, Cheyenne 
Sharon Weber, Casper 



Lynn Weeks, Whitmare Lake, Mich. 
Sharri Weickam, Torrington 
Dee Wellman, Denver 



John Welshan, Sevierville, Tenn. 
Fred Wheeland, Cheyenne 
Michael White, Rockford, 111. 



James Vance, Hawk Springs 
Rodney Van Krosigk, Laramie 
John Van Vorhees, Laramie 
Dana Vaughn, Laramie 



Beth Verstynen, Los Alamos, N.M. 
Virginia Vosler, Cheyenne 
Myron Wakkuri, Elk Mountain 
Donald Walker 



Mary Louise Walker, Laramie 
Ronald E. Walks, Whitehall, Mont. 
Warren Wallesen, Wheatland 
Linda Wallin, Omaha, Nebr. 



Randy Walters, Cheyenne 

Andee Lou Ward, Casper 

Robert C. Warner, Laramie 

Darrell Warren, Grand Junction, Colo. 




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Robert Wilcox, Douglas 

Roger Will, Cheyenne 

Carol Wilson, Cheyenne 

Robert Wim, Laramie 

Sandy Wist, Cheyenne 

Mike Yeager, Saginaw, Mich. 

Robert Zum Brunnen, Kearney, 



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Butch Wiley, Manderson 
Bill Wilmot, Casper 
Mariann Wilson, Rawlins 
JeNiene Winkes, Casper 
Robert Wright, Evanston 
Nancy Zuech, Superior 



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Joan Selmer, head majorette twirling 
at half time of Utah game. 



Virginia Williams, Casper 

Judy Wilson, Cheyenne 

Larry Wingfield, Las Alamos, N.M. 

Marie Wolf, Odgen, Utah 

Alice Zotti, Rock Springs 



Charlotte Wilson, Wheatland 
Diana Winchell, Los Alamos, N.M. 
Sally Woodson, Casper 
Kathy Zimmerman, Omaha, Nebr. 



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Barbara Wimpenney, Riverton 

James Wood, Cheyenne 

Ed Zimmerman, Denver, Colo 



Bernard Wolf, Cheyenne 

Judy Ziegler, Fort Collins, Colo 



Sonja Young, DeWitt, Iowa 






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Bruce Anderson, Laramie 
Margaret Anderson, Torrington 
Sandy Anderson, Casper 
Sharon Anderson, Laramie 
Jim Andrews, Cheyenne 



Sonya Annala, Kemmerer 

Aileen Appel, Gillette 

Curt Appel, Cheyenne 

Lynn Applegate, Basin 

Albert Archuleta, Green River 



Bill Ackerman, Upton 
Caroline Adolphson, Cheyenne 
Bob Aksawit, Rawlins 
Karen Albin, Cheyenne 
Woody Allan, Lander 



Mary Jo Alley, Laramie 
Jim Allison, Casper 
Linda Allsop, Cody 
Don Amend, Worland 
Barry Anderson, Powell 







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Freshmen 



Charlene Armstrong, Cheyenne 
John Arnett, Torrington 
Karen Arterberry, Long Beach, Calif. 
Judy Askeu, Twin Falls, Ida. 
John Atkins, Cheyenne 



Jime Atkinson, Medicine Bow 
Walter Augustin, Laramie 
Ida Aullman, Thayne 
Bill Ayers, Evanston 
Bob Avery, Rawlins 




Myron Bagby, Laramie 

Lydetta Bailey, Cheyenne 

Steve Bailey, Wheatland 

Ellen Anne Baker, Scottsbluff, Nebr 

J. Lars Baker, Pocatello, Ida. 



Dwight Baldwin, Lander 
Karen Bale, Platte, Nebr. 
Weston Ballard, Moose 
Sallie Bailey, Sioux Falls, S.D. 
Kerry Banner, Laramie 



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Dave Barber, Muncie, Ida. 
Robert Barber, Basin 
Chuck Barhite, Cheyenne 
Jerry Barnes, Cheyenne 
Mary Linn Barnes, Laramie 



Charles Barrett, Kimball, Nebr. 
Dwight Barrus, Afton 
Bart Barton, Cheyenne 
Ronald Barton, Newcastle 
Tom Bates, Cheyenne 



Thomas Baucom, Cheyenne 

Herschel Beahm, Fort Bragg, Calif. 

George Beasley, Casper 

Jean Beatty, Aurora, 111. 

Calla Jean Benn, Denver, Colo. 




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Tom Benning, Laramie 
Clayton Benton, Gillette 
Jon Bergstron, Sheridan 
Frank Berkly, Cheyenne 
Sharon Berlram, Laramie 







Phil Bernhardt, Bijou, Calif. 
Paige Berry, Marion, Va. 
Keith Best, Cheyenne 
April Beug, Sturgis, S.D. 
Lindy Bidstrup, Laramie 



Jerry Bihr, Worland 
Lynn Birleffi, Cheyenne 
Helen Bishop, Rapid City, S.D. 
Sara Bishop, Jackson 
Burleigh Binning, Pinedale 



Karen Bjorn, St. Bueno Park, Calif. 
Donna Blackborn, Beale, AFB, Calif. 
Gary Blakeslee, Kimball, Nebr. 
Howard Blumenthd, Cheyenne 
Dale Bluel, Stoughten, Wis. 



Douglas Bode, Burns 

Vicki Boelons, Basin 

David Borino, Cheyenne 

Richard Batkin, Oak Harbor, Wash. 

Mike Bott, Cheyenne 



Charles Bower, Torrington 

Mark Bowman, Laramie 

Susan Boyum, Custer, S.D. 

Dennis Braa, Powell 

Almenda Mae Brandner, Green River 



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John Bunning, Rock Springs 
Charles R. Burgess, Dubois 
Richard Burkart, Yoder 
Mendi Burke, Cheyenne 



Shirley Burks, Douglas 
Janelle Burleson, Laramie 
Joan Burns, Cheyenne 
Ed Burton, Laramie 



James Burton, Ogallala, Nebr. 
Barbara Buydos, Locust Valley, N.Y. 
Jana Bylund, Laramie 
Mary Byrd, Greeley, Colo. 



Bill Byres, Delta, Colo. 

Dean Call, Afton 

Kathryn Campbell, Bozeman, Mont. 

Dave Capps, Cheyenne 



David Bray, Sundance 

Linda Breitweiser, Denver, Colo. 

Judy Brueckner, Laramie 

Bill Brewster, Cheyenne 






Beverly Bridwell, Cheyenne 
Becky Brown, Cheyenne 
Billie Brown, Laramie 
Charles Brown, LaGrange 



Edwin Brown, Laramie 
Kaye Brown, Cheyenne 
Marilyn Brown, Cheyenne 
Robert H. Brown, Torrington 



Terry Brubaker, Cheyenne 

Ronnie Brummond, Cheyenne 

Pat Buchanan, Webster Groves, Miss. 

Carol Briggs, Ralston 




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Bob Carboni, Cheyenne 
Rick Carlson, Cheyenne 
Rebecca Carpenter, Laramie 
Myra Carr, Osage 
Harold Carrow, Laramie 



Gene Case, Billings, Mont. 
George Case, Lander 
June Case, Hanna 
Marlene Casper, Laramie 
Penny Casper, Laramie 



Wayne Castle, Coronado, Calif. 
Cheryl Cathcart, Cheyenne 
Lee Catterall, Columbus, N.D. 
Joe Cavanaugh, Glenrock 
Don Cavarra, Lakewood, Colo. 



Dave Cave, Cheyenne 
George Chamberlin, Laramie 
Dennis Chapman, Shelby, Ohio 
Larry Chasey, Laramie 
Deborah Cheney, Alliance, Nebr. 



Jacque Cheese, Cheyenne 
Vern Child, Freedom 
Annette Christensen, Laramie 
Lynne Christensen, Laramie 
George Christiansen, Kaycee 



Bonnie Christler, Cody 

Carol Christofferson, Palos Heights, 111. 

Paul Chu, Kowloon, Hong Kong 

Bryan Clare, Casper 

Bill Clark, Thermopolis 




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Leon Clark, Harvey, 111.; Charles Cline, Emblem; William Cline, Cheyenne; Bill Cloyd, Cheyenne; Jo Ann Cloyd, Sheridan; Margie 
Clute, Billings, Mont.; Billie Kay Coad, Dubois; Stephanie Cobb, Casper 




Freshmen 



Jeanne Cobb, Cheyenne 

Ann Colburn, Brockton, Mass. 

Edward Colburn, Sinclair' 

John Colburn, Sutherland, Nebr. 

Katherine Cole, Rawlins 



Randy Colgan, Shoshoni 
Carol Cook, Laramie 
Claudia Cooper, Cheyenne 
Tom Cooper, Aurora, Colo. 
James Corbin, Laramie 



Wayne Croklin, Laramie 
James Coyle, Laramie 
Michele Crater, Casper 
Karen Crowder, Walden 
Carol Crist, Peidmont, Calif. 



Carolyn Cronberg, Medicine Bow 
Mac Crosby, Cowley 
Pat Cullens, Rawlins 
Gene Cully, Rawlins 
Ed Curie, Rock Springs 



Bill Cuthbertson, Laramie 
Mark Dahlgren, Santa Rosa, Calif. 
Suzanne Dahlman, Gillette 
Carol Dahl, Aurora, Colo. 
Chuck Dilach, Great Falls, Mont. 



Sandra Darnell, Dubois 

Rosalie Daubenspeck, Denver, Colo. 

Jerry Davey, Cheyenne 

Wayne Davis, Laramie 

Harold Davis, Fort Wasakie 




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Tom Davis, Guernsey; Judi Dawson, Denver, Colo.; Matt Dawson, Piedmont, Calif.; Gay Day, Saratoga; Robert Day, Cheyenne; Dave 
Deitotto, Cheyenne; Jean Dendinger, Cheyenne; Don Dernovich, Rock Springs. 





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Mike Dewey, Rawlins 
Richard Dillon, Rawlins 
Ray Dimond, Rock Springs 
William Dinnebeil, Cheyenne 
Donna Dobby, Casper 



Mary Pat Dolan, Ogallala, Nebr. 
Harvie Domsalla, Glenrock 
John Donaldson, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Dennis Donohue, Gurnee, 111. 
Diane Dorrington, Gillette 



Martha Dougherty, Laramie 
Anne Douglas, Claremont, Calif. 
Clyde Douglass, Greybull 
Sally Doyle, Newcastle 
Carole Dresher, Omaha, Nebr. 



Sandy Dreyer, Carpentersville, 111. 
David Dudley, Laramie 
John Duffey, Cheyenne 
Dick Dull, Rapid City, S.D. 
Deane Duncan, Worland 



Paul Dunigan, Cheyenne 
Karen Dunst, Fillmore, Calif. 
Patti Dykstra, Murdo, S.D. 
Ronald Eaton, Torrington 
Trudy Edmonds, Cheyenne 



Helen Edwards, Worland 

Ken Eickbush, Cheyenne 

Susan Ekelmann, Highland Park, 111. 

Bob Ellis, Lander 

Maureen Ellis, Casper 



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FIRST ROW: Richard Ellis, Rapid City, S.D.; Lois Ellsworth, Jackson; Signe Erickson, Laramie; Gary Espenscheid, Pecatonica, 111.; 
Margie Eurioste, Laramie; Monty Evans, Jackson; Wayne Fagerberg, Powell; Paul Fagnant, Kremmer. SECOND ROW: Catherine 
Fanshawe, Billings, Montana; Michael Farmer, Cheyenne; Lindsey Faust, Casper; Jack Ferguson, Laramie; Walter Ferguson, Granite 
Canon; Steve Fey, Wheaton, 111.; James K. Fiero, Lyman; Joyce Finnell, Cheyenne. THIRD ROW: Betty Jo Fitzgerald, Churchville, 
Pa.; Judy Fitzwater, Torrington; Ken Fleming, Riverton; Connie Foley, Kemmerer; Wayne Fornstrom, Pine Bluffs; Rick Fosnight, 
Hutchinson, Kan.; Richard Foster, Casper; Murlan Fowell, Billings, Mont. 



Freshmen 



Carol Foy, Guernsey; Carol Fronk, Laramie; Jan Gann, Casper; Eddie Francke, Worland; Kathy Fry, Laramie; Larry Gardner, Chey- 
enne; Pete Franckowiak, Lovell; Phil Fuentes, Lander; Jerry Garrison, Laramie; Joanne Frates, Brule, Nebr.; Kiyoto Futa, Cheyenne; 
Donna Gastenaga, Cokeville; Arthur Freel, Dubois; Walter Gaddis, Laramie; Dick Gates, Cheyenne; Joe French, Alva; Cheryl Gaer, 
Denver, Colo.; Pat Geise, Cheyenne; Robert Frisby, Cody; Jim Galliger, Worland; Ed Geisler, Powell; Stanley Frolic, Rock Springs; Ray 
Galvin, Jersey City, N.J.; Ray Gentilini, Rock Springs. 





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Neal Gephart, Columbia, Term. 
Maria Ghikas, Sheridan 
Fred Gibbs, Rock River 
Karen Gibson, Casper 
Charles Gifford, Thermopolis 



Nancy Gilbert, Billings, Mont. 
Sharon Gill, Jackson 
Judy Gillespie, Laramie 
Virginia Gilmer, Upton 
Ron Gilmore, Thermopolis 



Jerry Gentilini, Rock Springs 
Richard Giorgis, Rock Springs 
George Gitensor, Laramie 
Ken Golden, Dixon 
Corina Gomez, Superior 




Joe Gomez, Worland 
Tony Gomez, Superior 
Denny Goode, Rapid City, S.D. 
Margaret Gorst, Worland 
Priscilla Gorman, Sheridan 



Chuck Graham, Big Horn 
Ken Grandia, New York, N.Y. 
Ken Griggs, Opal 
Glenna Grinder, Pinedale 
Don Gries, Rapid City, S.D. 




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Russell Hahn, St. Charles, Mich 
Don Holdren, Aurora, 111. 
Elree Hall, Laramie 
Larry Hall, Cheyenne 
Mary Lynn Hall, Casper 



Lyle Hallock, Hill City, S.D. 
Mildred Hampton, Walden, Colo 
Crystal Hancock, Rawlins 
Clint Hanson, Lander 
Lois A. Hansen, Greybull 



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Robert Hanson, 

Mt. Prospect, 111. 
Sharon Hanson, 

Cheyenne 
Robert Harding, Gering, 

Nebr. 
LeRoy Hardy, Cheyenne 
Sharon Hargrave, 

Cheyenne 
Tom Harkess, Cheyenne 



JoLynn Harmon, Casper 
Gerald Harrington, 

Powell 
Dave Harris, Worland 
Robert T. Harris, Lara- 
mie 
Bill Harrison, Lovell 
Dennis Harrison, Afton 



Jerry Hart, Shoshoni 
Marlys Hart, Riverton 
Jon Hasbrouck, Casper 
Juleanne Haskey, Casper 
Mary Hastings 

Big Bend, Ore. 
Helen Hatanelas, 

Cheyenne 



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Janna Hawes, Laramie 
Mary Hawley, Laramie 
Patricia Haws, Great Falls, Mont 
Jim Hayes, Cheyenne 



Bette Heagney, Worland 
Bob Hedicke, Casper 
Thomas Heide, Laramie 
Dean Heller, Cody 



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Carolyn Helmer, 

Hyattsville, Md. 
Neal Hembree, Casper 



Kyle Herman, Thermopolis 
Janet Hermansen, 
Green River 




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Nancy Herrold, Cheyenne 

Larry Heslep, Riverton 

Jim Hicks, Worland 

Richard Hicks, Chicago Heights, 111. 

Jimmy High, Morton 



Richard Hill, Etna 

Roger Hill, Denver, Colo. 

Warren Hill, Billings, Mont. 

Mark Hillman, Lovell 

Howard Hinman, Bridgeport, Nebr. 



Christine Hoeck, Laramie 

Kay Ann Hoffman, Green River 

Barbara Holden, Albin 

Judy Holliday, Casper 

Jeanie Homec, Rock Springs 



Bill Hopkins, Cheyenne 
Harold Hopkins, Lander 
Frank Houk, Torrington 
Cheryl Houlette, Denver, Colo. 
John Wayne House, Riverton 



Donna Holwell, Newcastle 
Calvin Hoy, Jay Em 
Kaye Hufsmith, Casper 
Chuck Hughes, Cheyenne 
Michael Hughes, Cheyenne 



Sharron Hughes, Rawlins 
Linda Hughson, Mitchell, Nebr. 
Bob Hull, Sheridan 
Jeff Hurdish, Hammond, Ind. 
Kathryn Hush, Cheyenne 



Denny Hutchins, Centralia, Wash. 
Don Illingworth, Cheyenne 
Terry Irvin, Jeffrey City 
Vickie Irvin, Cody 
Travis Jack, Port Huron, Mich. 



Ken Jackman, Green River 
Irene Jacobson, Jackson 
James Jacobson, Laramie 
Mary Jacobson, Buffalo 
Lavise James, Kimball, Nebr. 



Carol Jahnson, Cokeville 
Glenn Johnson, Buffalo 
Joyce Johnson, Cheyenne 
Judy Johnson, Cheyenne 
Marilyn Johnson, Laramie 




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Rich Johnson, Laramie; Rita Johnson, Sidney ,Neb.; Larry Johnston, Littleton, Colo.; Noel Johnston, Cheyenne; Doug Jones, Minnea- 
polis. Minn.; Richard Jones, Lingle; Jim Joslin, Laramie; Ron Julian, Kemmerer. 



Freshmen 




Terry Kaltenbach, Buffalo 
Keith Kaper, Lusk 
Terry Kaper, Laramie 



John Karhu, Cody 
Michael Kaser, Egbert 
Jon Kaufman, Chicago, 111. 



Ronald Keenan, Pine Bluffs 
Russell Keener, Rawlins 
John Keller, Rock Springs 



Cherie Keyes, Grant, Colo. 
Gordon Keyes, Sumter, S.C. 
Anne Keyser, Adelphi, Md. 



Marti Keyser, Sundance 
William Kidd, Casper 
Carol King, Thermopolis 




Carol Crist riding Cowboy Joe around the field 
after a touchdown. 



Keith King, Burns; Roy King, Lawrence, Kan.; Robert Kingsbury, Rapid City, S.D.; Regine Kiser, Kimball, Nebr.; Ronald Kisicki, Chey- 
enne; Nance Kitchen, Denver, Colo.; Gail Kleifoth, Wheaton, 111.; Jan Klepinger, Casper. 




Sharon Klipstein, Cheyenne 
Glenda Knadler, Laramie 
Susan Knecht,- Rapid City, S.D. 
Pat Knighton Littleton, Colo. 



Karl Knutson, Cedar Falls, Iowa 
Star Koch, Laramie 
Mel Koenig, Davenport, Iowa 
David Kohlhorst, Marion, Ohio 



Karyl Kohrs, Douglas 
Jim Kolkman, Horse Creek 
Tim Konotopka, Gordon, Nebr. 
Andrew Kontrick, Erie, Pa. 



Jerry Kramer, Arthur, Nebr. 
Lynn Kravitz, Littleton, Colo. 
Dwaine Kremer, Cheyenne 
Gale Kronberger, Cheyenne 








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Linda Kuplic, Sheboygan Fall, Wis. 
Stephen Lack, Laramie 
Art Lacroix, Cheyenne 
Connie Lain, Riverton 



Lana Lamb, Lusk 
Pattie Lamb, Newcastle 
Glenda Lancaster, Powell 
Mahlon Land, Cheyenne 



John Lane, Cheyenne 
John Langolf, Lovell 
Carla Larson, Osage 
Jim Latham, Evansville, Ind. 



Alan Laybourn, Laramie 
Lynn Leary, Los Alamos, N.M. 
Vicki Lechliter, Cheyenne 
DeLois Lee, Los Alamos, N.M. 



Ray Lee, Santa Rosa, Calif. 
Roberta Lee, Aurora, Colo. 
Sherril Lee, Frannie 
Jeanne Legoski, Wyarno 



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Linda Lentz, Hardin, Mont. 
Carol Lerwick, Albin 
Barbara Lessley, Laramie 
Jannie Lewis, Omaha, Nebr. 
Ken Lewis, Henry, Nebr. 



Larry Lewis, Casper 
Marcia Lewis, Cheyenne 
Ted Lewis, Sacramento, Calif. 
Ed Lewkowski, Cheyenne 
Al Lindahl, Laramie 



Carl Lindberg, Afton 
Jim Linderman, Greybull 
Dan Lindquist, Gillette 
Jeff Logan, Cheyenne 
John Logan, Meeteetse 



Steve Logan, Cheyenne 
Ted Logan, Big Horn 
Diane Long, Laramie 
Larry Long, Butland, Ohio 
Robert Lopez, Horse Creek 



Tom Lorenzen, Cody 

Don Loucks, Casper 

John Loveland, Burlington 

DeWayne Low, Greenwood, Ind. 

Letitia Lower, Lander 



Nancy Lufkin, Meeteetse 
Fritz Tulencik, Irondale, Ohio 
Curt Lund, Shoshoni 
John Lupcho, Frontier 
Jim Lush, Albin 



Jim Lutey, Kimball, Nebr. 
Tom Lynch, Glenrock 
Gordon Lyon, Burns 
Joseph Mack, McCook, Nebr. 
Jon Macy, Cheyenne 



James Mader, Buffalo 
Mike Mahan, Robins, Ga. 
Teino Makela, Erie, Pa. 
Tom Main, Rapid City, S.D. 
Sandra Majors, Lander 



Carol Mally, Glenview 

Andrew Manatos, Washington, D.C. 

Virginia Manatos, Rock Springs 

Janell March, Boise, Ida. 

Larry Margheim, Mitchell, N<?,-_. 




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Jerry Marion, Bakersfield, Calif. 
Jean Marians, Ft. Bayard, N.M. 



John Marker, Laramie 

David Marshall, Denver, Colo. 



Jim Marshall, Cheyenne 
Todd Marshall, Peoria, 111. 
Tom Martenson, Laramie 
Don Martin, Sidney, Nebr. 
Dorothy Martin, Yoder 



John Martin, Rawlins 
Mike Martin, Encampment 
Richard Martin, Laramie 
Ann Massie, Scottsbluff, Nebr. 
John Massie, Cheyenne 



Rex Mather, Laramie 
Jay Mathews, Rockypoint 
Ken Matthews, Cody 
Paul McArdle, Aurora, Colo. 
Clarence McBee, Cheyenne 



Jana McBride, Cheyenne 

Dan McCarthy, Lander 

Beth McCreery, Torrington 

Bill McDermott, Santa Rosa, Calif. 

Mike McDowell, Casper 



Connie McElroy, Guernsey 

Rita McGirr, Laramie 

Pat McGlone, Denver, Colo. 

Bill McGraw, Laramie 

Richard McGuire, Flatbrookville, N.J. 



Kathy McHenry, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Jim Mcintosh, Cheyenne 
JoDene McKie, Torrington 
Irvin McKim, Worland 
Larry McMillian, Kimball, Nebr. . 



Jim McNealey, Cheyenne 

Don McNeel, North Platte, Nebr. 

Kip McNinch, Laramie 

Albert McPhee, Laramie 

Tom Maxfield, Torrington 



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William Mabery, Lancaster, Calif. 
Delores Mayland, Federal Way, Wash. 
Evelyn Melonuk, Ft. Laramie 
Richard Mankin, Cheyenne 
Carolyn Mercer, Hyattville 



Mary Merrill, Coronado, Calif. 

Gary Mers, Torrington 

Pete Merten, Laramie 

Linda Messimer, Flossmorr, 111. 

William Michael, Laramie 



Gordon Michaud, Laramie 
Peter Mikkelson, Westby, Wis. 
Mary Miles, Belmont, Calif. 
Donna Miller, Lingle 
Genna Miller, Aurora, Colo. 



Larry Miller, Gering, Nebr. 
Roland Miller, Sheridan 
Sharon Miller, Lander 
Don Milton, Jackson 
David Mimmo, Laramie 



Susan Mitchell, Greeley, Colo. 
Jackie Mobley, Moorcroft 
Jan Moore, Laramie 
Glenn Moniz, Laramie 
Betty Montgomery, Lusk 



Freshmen 



Earl Montgomery, Cheyenne 
Larry Mordock, Lusk 
Brian Morgen, Pollock, S.D. 
Steve Morgan, Cheyenne 
Rose Morris, Cheyenne 



Cindy Morton, Atherton, Calif. 

Ned Moser, Laramie 

Dee Moore, Laramie 

Jim Moore, Cheyenne 

Mary Margaret Moore, Riverton 



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T. Duane Moore.Saratoga 
Elizabeth Mueller, Cheyenne 
Bill Mulcahy, Atherton, Calif. 
Carolyn Munson, Wilmette, 111. 
Jerry Murphy, Green River 



Jane Nair, Laramie 

Sergeant Napuunoa, Honolulu, Hawaii 

Sandy Naviaux, North Platte, Nebr. 

Edi Naylor, Kemmerer 

David Neilson, Lance Creek 



Bernie Nein, Casper 

Edwin Nelson, Potter, Nebr. 

Doug Nelson, Rapid City, S.D. 

Marv Nelson, Rawlins 

Christine Nettleblad, Arvada, Colo. 



Michael Nettles, Meeteetse 
Sharon Newberg, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Rich Nicholls, Laramie 
Jack Nicholson, Meeteetse 
Barry Nimmo, Cheyenne 



Dean Nishi, Kemmerer 

Pat Nolan, Cheyenne 

Lola Northup, Denver, Colo. 

John Nunn, Lander 

Tom Nye, Ypsilanti, Mich. 





Mary Nygaard, Newcastle 
Kenneth Oakes, Cheyenne 
Kathleen O'Brien, Rawlins 
Marjorie O'Brien, Casper 
Jim O'Connor, Cheyenne 



Nita O'Dell, Laramie 
Mary Officer, Billings, Mont. 
Norman O'Kelly, Cheyenne 
Mary Nance Olds, Newcastle 
Eddie Olds, Newcastle 



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Gerald Oliver, Cheyenne 

Carolyn Olsen, Dragerton, Utah 

Glen Olsen, Hinsdale, 111. 

Dennis Olson, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Martin Olson, Casper 



Paul Olson, Albin 
Richard OQuinn, Casper 
Phyllis Ortega, Cheyenne 
Lynda Osborn, Buffalo 
Sherry Padgett, Alliance, Nebr. 



Kate Padilla, Green River 

Gene Palen, Cheyenne 

Paul Pamer, Muskegon Heights, Mich. 

Karen Panek, Arlington Heights, 111. 

Roger Pantelone,Evanston 



Christine Parker, Laramie 
Gwen Parsons, Guernsey 
Margaret Parsons, Taylorville, 111. 
Helen Partridge, Cowley 
Carl Paternell, Laramie 



Barbara Patterson, Worland 
Herman Patterson, Cheyenne 
Willis Patterson, Casper 
Peter Paul, Rawlins 
Adam Pauli, Cheyenne 



Thomas Pawlish, Cheyenne 
Keith Pearson, Casper 
Carolyn Peiton, Denver, Colo. 
Judy Penman, Tacoma, Wash. 
Penny Penson, Kirby, Mont. 



Bernie Pentecost, Riverton 
David Perlmutter, Casper 
Alan Peryam, Encampment 
Dennis Peterson, Cheyenne 
John Pfeiffenberger, Cheyenne 



Jim Philbrick, Douglas 
Jon Picard, Shoshoni 
Louise Pierantoni, Laramie 
Ron Piersall, Laramie 
Synthia Pinther, Cheyenne 



Karl Pivik, Rock Springs 
Carolee Poitras, Lander 
Margaret Ponder, Madison, Ga. 
John Pontillo, Cheyenne 
Mickey Portwood, Riverton 



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Freshmen 



Bill Potter, Lusk 

Frank Potter, Laramie 

Sandy Powers, Aberdeen, S.D. 

Diann Prahl, Laramie 

Dan Prevo, Livonia, Mich. 



Clement Pritz, Chicago, 111. 
Gary Pro, Rockford, 111 
Jill Proctor, Deadwood, S.D. 
Aldo Profaizer, Rock Springs 
Rick Rader, Sheridan 



George Radosevich, Eden 
Jim Ramsey, Worland 
David Rankin, Kemmerer 
Kathleen Rannells, Hyattville 
Duane Ranta, Rock Springs 



Helen Rapp, Cheyenne 
Barbara Raup, Hardin, Mont. 
Betty Read, Lamar, Colo. 
Karen Ready, Cheyenne 
John Porter, Laramie 



Judy Rebuck, Herminston, Ore. 
Ann Redding, Slater 
Porter Reed, Glencoe, 111. 
Thomas Reed, Sturgis, S.D. 
Dorothy Reeves, Paullina, Iowa 



James Reid, Riverton 
Arthur Renneisen, Cheyenne 
Yvonne Renner, Burlington 
Margaret Reynolds, Moorcroft 
James E. Ricketts, Ames, Iowa 




Robert Rice, DeSmet, S.D. 
Diane Richardson, Glenellyn, 111. 
Mary Anr> Riedel, Cheyenne 
Wayne Rile, livergreen Park, 111. 



Lynn Rizzi, Rock Springs 
Ellena Roath, Kalispell, Mont. 
Myrna Robbins, Buffalo 
Pat Robbins, Mountain View 



Phillip Robbins, Cheyenne 
Leroy Roberts, Casper 
Terry Roberts, Cheyenne 
Wes Roberts, Laramie 




Freshmen 




Bunny Robinson, Laramie 
Cindy Robinson, Coronado, Calif. 
Gerald Robinson, Benson, Minn. 
Judy Robinson, Greeley, Colo. 
Sandra Robinson, Marysville, Calif. 



Sandra Robinson, Laramie 

Margaret Rogers, Ft. Washakie 

Fred Rohlff, Douglas 

Connie Rohn, Cheyenne 

Joe Rohrbach, White Plains, N.Y. 



Carol Roll, Laramie 
Carol Rolph, Denver, Colo. 
Kathy Rooney, Cheyenne 
Ted Rose, Laramie 
Fred Rosenthal, Buffalo 



Rian Ross, Cheyenne 
Bob Rottman, Laramie 
Gene Round, Dubois 
Tom Round, Riverton 
Donna Royal, Powell 



Dick Runyan, Cheyenne 
Ray Ruskanen, Laramie 
Paul Ryan, Cleveland, Ohio 
Judy Saathoff, Midwest 
Diane Sabo, Cheyenne 



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Don Sabo, Sheridan 
John Sabo, Sacramento, Calif. 
James Sabwki, Laramie 
John Sak, Frontier 



Luis Salas-Guevara, Lima, Peru 
Twila Sams, Recluse 
Harvey Sande, Cheyenne 
Ron Sanders, Cheyenne 



Robert Sadler, Riverton 

Barbara Sandoval, Denver 

Terry Sankey, Belle Fourche, S.D. 

Martin Sattler, Newman Grove, Nebr. 



Bob Savage, Cheyenne 

Julie Saxbe, Mechanicsburg, Ohio 

Kay Schacht, Casper 

Robert Schaefer, Moorcroft 

Russel Schaub, Lyman 



Jean Schiller, Sidney, Nebr. 
James Schlattman, Moorcroft 
Sandra Schlattman, Moorcroft 
Jerry Schmidt, Gordon, Nebr. 
Gayleen Schneider, Worland 



Mary Lou Schott, Cheyenne 
Robert Schrader, Cheyenne 
Daniel Schreiner, Berthoud, Colo. 
Charles Schroeder, Cheyenne 
Gerald Schuman, Clearmont 



Walter Schultz, Chicago, 111. 
Richard Scott, Worland 
Thomas Scott, Newcastle 
Ike Scott, Laramie 
David Scott, Laramie 



Larry Seslar, Cheyenne 

Carol Settell, Worland 

J.D. Sewell, Cheyenne 

Diane Shaffer, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Dean Shaw, Laramie 




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Dorothy Sheldon, Belle Fourche, S.D. 
Frank Shenefelt, Cheyenne 
Daryl Sherman, Freeport, 111. 
Dick Sherman, Cheyenne 
Gary Shipp, Pine Bluffs 



Stan Sibley, Laramie 
Frank Sieglitz, Casper 
Gordon Sim, Evanston 
Isabella Sime, Scotia, N.Y. 
Richard Simmons, Denver, Colo. 



Judy Simonton, Cody 
Charles Simpson, Cheyenne 
Jeannette Simpson, Casper 
Robert Skibinski, Laramie 
John Skow, Cheyenne 



Bonnie Smith, Loveland, Colo 
Charli Smallwood, Laramie 
Cheryl Smith, Belvidere, 111. 
Gary Smith, Coal City, 111. 
Jay Smith, Denver, Colo. 



Jeanne Smith, Newcastle 
Kathy Smith, Torrington 
Michael Smith, Cheyenne 
Lana Smylie, Lusk 
David Sneesby, Casper 



Robert Snyder, Cody 
Kay Sorensen, Casper 
Nancy Sorensen, Frontier 
Jane Spear, Greeley, Colo. 
Fred Spencer, Rawlins 





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Pat Spieles, Casper 
Joyce Spragg, Lovell 
Jim Sprecher, Casper 
Dennis Stack, Riverton 
Gary Staley, Kearney, Nebr. 



Galen Stallings, Laramie 
Ron Starks, Casper 
Don Steinbrech, Lander 
Duane Stenner, Riverton 
Merle Ann Stephenson 



Theodore Stearns, Riverton 
Linda Stevens, Cheyenne 
Nelda Stevens, Laramie 
Shirley Stevenson, Cheyenne 
Tom Stevie, Laramie 



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FIRST ROW: Robert Stolt, Cooy; Jan Story, Arnold, Nebr.; John Strasheim, Kimball, Nebr.; Ron Stritmatter, South- 
field, Mich.; Michael Storm, Casper; Judy Struble, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mike Stuckey, Pretty Prairie, Kan. SECOND ROW: 
Janet Supon, Pine Bluffs; Gary Sutton, Riverton; Gary Svendsen, Cheyenne; Ronnie Swain, Pinedale; Roger Swanson, 
Kearney, Nebr.; John Sweem, Moorcroft; Tony Szarzynski, Detroit, Mich. THIRD ROW: Sue Taggart, Maplewood, 
N.J.; Emma Jean Tait, Riverton; Joana Takach, Sheridan; Tom Tammen, Laramie; Lynn Tanner, Jeffery City; Gavle 
Tate, Omaha, Nebr.; Don Taylor, Greeley, Colo. 



Freshmen 



FIRST ROW: Pete Taylor, Cheyenne; Charleen Teague, Cheyenne; Donald Thomas, Cheyenne; Glenn Thomas, Lyman; 
Jack Thomas, Laramie; Ronald Thomas, Cheyenne; Benjamin Thompson, Cheyenne. SECOND ROW: Cody Thomp- 
son, Lusk; Donna Thompson, Sutherland, Nebr.; Leif Thompson, Lusk; Margot Thompson, Austin, Minn.; Nancy Thomp- 
son, Sturgis, S.D.; Pam Thompson, Newcastle; Ronald Thorin, Cheyenne. THIRD ROW: Preston Thornburg, Encampment; 
Steve Thorpe, Newcastle; Ron Thraikill, Staten Island, N.Y.; Roy Tibbetts, Cheyenne; Ruth Ticknor, Greeley, Colo.; Mary 
Tigert, Soda Springs, Ida.; Gail Tillett, Kane. 




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Charlene Tipton, Cheyenne 
Richard Tobias, Laramie 
William Tolan, Cheyenne 
Paul Toly, Rock Springs 



Steve Toms, Mingo, Iowa 
Robert Toussaint, Cheyenne 
Jim Toth, Rock Springs 
Gary Townsend, Manderson 



Thomas Trevenen, Maybell, Colo. 
Ron Trostle, Cheyenne 
Hal True, Midwest 
Sandi True, Cheyenne 



Merle Tucker, Cheyenne 
Nancy Twitchell, Laramie 
Frank Vallefucco, Downey, Calif. 
Karen Van, Laramie 



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Suzanne Vanguilder, Casper 
Kennon Vaodrey, Laramie 
Carol Vaught, Stillwater, Okla. 
Esther Vialpando, Laramie 
Marilyn Vigna, Spearfish, S.D. 



Ron Vosika, Rock Springs 
Cary Voss, Newcastle 
Pat Walden, Carpenter 
Eddie Walker, Cheyenne 




Herb Walker, Torrington 
Wayne Walker, Dalton, Nebr 
John Wallace, Cheyenne 



Zay L. Waller, Hopeville, Ga 
Diane Walsbaugh, Laramie 



Ilene Walters, Pine Bluffs 



FIRST ROW: Mike Walters, Midland, Texas; Bill Wagnall, Laramie; Allan Ward, Newcastle; Judy Warne, Cheyenne; 
George Warren, Laramie; Gary Wasson, Cheyenne; Chuck Weems, Roswell, N.M. SECOND ROW: Kay Wegher, Sun- 
rise; Pam Welch, Chico, Calif.; Roger Wells, Cheyenne; Jon Werner, Glenrock; Cecil Wetsel, Orangvale, Calif.; John 
Wheeler, Cheyenne; Bill White, Oelrichs, S.D. 





Jean White, Worland 
Mack White, Buffalo 
Todd White, Laramie 
Sandra Whiteside, Lander 
Fayette Whitney, Laramie 



John Wickman, Merrimand, Nebr. 
Bennett Wiese, Kimball, Nebr. 
Ted Wiley, Laramie 
George-Ann Wilkin, Palatine, 111. 
Charles Wilkerson, Big Piney 



Evora Williams, Laramie 
Marshall Williams, Sturgis, S.D. 
Sharon Willmschen, Cheyenne 
Dixie Wills, Douglas 
Michael Wills, Potter, Nebr. 



Bruce Wilson, Linch 
Jack Wilson, Laramie 
Mary Wilson, Gallup, N.M. 
Randy Wing, Nashville, Tenn. 
Bonnie Wininger, Cheyenne 



Jerry Winkler, Hot Springs 
Esther Wisroth, Buffalo 
Dave Witt, Casper 
Roxana Wolfard, Encampment 
Jim Wolford, Casper 



John Wolf, Lander 
Ted Wolf, McFadden 
Thomas Wolf, Cheyenne 
Leilani Womack, Cheyenne 
Terry Wickstrom, Sidney, Nebr. 



Ronald Widman, Cheyenne 
Coleman Wiseman, Torrington 
Kay Winther, Cody 
John Woodrum, Angora, Nebr. 
Dave Woods, St. Louis, Mo. 



Larry Yager, Fraser, Colo. 
Roger Yancey, Belle Fourche, S.D. 
Sheryl Yanken, North Platte, Nebr. 
Robert Yenney, Walla Walla, Wash. 
Pat Yocum, Casper 



Michael York, Lander 
Marjorie Young, Hudson, Colo. 
Trudy Young, Dalton, Nebr. 
Robert Zakotnik, Kemmerer 
Roxanne Zakotnik, Kemmerer 



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John Zaichkin, Douglas 
Larry Zanetti, Rock Springs 
Jim Zell, Cheyenne 
Karlene Zerbst, Lusk 



Priscilla Zimmerman, Thermopolis 
Walter Zimmerman, Omaha, Nebr. 
William Zobel, Craig, Colo. 



Sam Zuech, Rock Springs 
Diana Zwalch, Glenrock 



Mary Zumbrennen, Green River 




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Faculty and 
Staff Index 



Anderegg, Barbara 198 

Armstrong, Richard 32 

Aultz, Sargeant 35 

Baker, William C. 253 

Beach, Kenneth R. 121 

Bearley, W. L. 269 

Berry, Shelby 200 

Biehn, Muriel 190 

Biggs, Wr. R. 13,82 

Birkby, Arthur 73 

Bone, Jack N. 111,112 

Bouhours, Elaine 114 

Boyle, James 13 

Boyle, Margaret M. 14 

Brown, Donald C. 115 

Brown, Richard F. 1 2 

Bruce, Robert H. 11 

Buel, David W. 1 1 

Campbell, Ruth E. 16 

Campbell, Elizabeth 162 

Carter, William 74 

Chalmers, John 12 

Chase, Charles 12 

Corthell, Lydia 171 

Croft, E. Joyce 105 

Crow, James B. 12,127,128,129 

Daniel, Glenn R. 266 

Davies, Jerome C. 109 

Eaton, Lloyd W. 58,244,253,275 

Eby, Bessie 152 

Eppson, Harold F. 113 

Field, J. Thomas 138 

Fenley, G. Ward 73 

Frantz, Ray 12 

Freval, Daniel 1 14 

Frisbie, Wilma 196 

Galliver, E. Luella 10,142 

Gates, John W. 16 

Goodman, Helen 160 

Graham, Gordon 1 4 

Gustafson, Burton 253 

Hanson, Peter R. 125 

Harmston, Floyd 1 8 

Heckendorf, Marie 172 

Held, Ray 243 

Hewgley, Claude W. 182,253 

Hilston, Neal W. 14 

Hodges, Col. Authur 32 

Howard, Frances 206 

Humphrey, G. D. 9,56 

Hunt, Douglas 1 10 
Jacoby, Glenn J. 242 
Jenkins, C. B. 192 

Jiacoletti, Richard J. 126 

Jochumsen, Edward A. 109 

Johnson, Arnold R. 113 

Johnson, William E. 111,112 

Keeney, Albert L. 7 

Kinder, Richard E. 10 

Knight, S. H. 13,66,67 

Kraus, Frank 16,100 

Lamb, Donald R. 123 

Lang, Robert L. 14 

Larson, T. A. 1 03 

Lavigne, Robert J. 103 

Laybourn, Col. J. E. 36 

Leino, Amelia 19 

Lewis, Edgar J. 72 

Linta, Edward 253 

Lonsdale, Edward 15,121 

McColloch, R. J. 14 

McDonald, James 32 

McGraw, Alex J. 15 

McLennan, Warren 36 

McWhinnie, R. E. 11 

Marsh, Patricia 0. 109 



259 

120,121 
104 



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70 



Marvel, John A. 16 
Maurer, John E. 113 
Meiller, Frances E. 171 
Messer, Jean F. 18 
Milner, Joseph W. 79,82 
Morgan, Raymond 1 5 
Mundell, M. Clare 18 
Noble, Eleanor 111,112 
Northen, Henry T. 1 3 
O'Day, David W. 19,1 11 
Passwark, Richard A. 108 
Person, H. T. 15 
Prahl, Robert 12 
Price, Hope 194 
Radovich, George 
Rhodine, Charles 
Rice, Richard W. 
Roach, Paul 253 
Routson, Jack 18 
Ruch, Jack 1 15 
Seeman, Maurice 
Seltinrich, Charles 
Sharp, Harvy 1 1 
Shurmur, Fritz 253 
Siebert, Ursula 36 
Smith, B. 188 
Smith, Laurence 13 
Smith, Una 202 
Solheim, W. B. 13 
Spalding, Linda 164 
Stinsen, Donald L. 15 
Strannigan, William 259 
Stratton, Paul O. 14 
Summers, Laura 1 8 
Sutherland, Robert 1 5 
Trelease, Frank J. 17 
Tomatz, David 73 
Thouin, Louise 98 
Vanvig, Andrew 14 
Wall, Roda A. 156 
Walthall, Wilson J. 108 
Walther, Timon 1 8 
Watkins, Randell 16 
Watters, Edith 1 1 
Wesswick, Louise 94,108 
Willman, Allan 74 
Wilmarth, Ellen 114 
Wilson, George B. 124 



Organization 
Index 



Acacia 188,189 

Agriculture Teachers Association 1 15 

Alpha Chi Omega 143,145,152,153 

Alpha Kappa Psi 116 

Alpha Phi Omega 109 

Alpha Tau Omega 143,190,191 

Am. Inst, of Elec. Engineers and Inst, 
of Radio Engineers 126 

Am. Inst, of Min, Met, and Pet. En- 
gineers 124 

Am. Nuclear Society 126 

Am. Pharmaceutical Association 1 1 1 

Am. Society of Civil Engineering 123 

Am. Society of Mechanical Engineers 
122 

Angel Flight 41 ,43,56 

Architectural Engineers 125 

Arnold Air Society 37 

Associted Students of Ag Engineers 
119 

ASUW 44,45,46,47 

Athletic Dorm 182,183 

AWS 169 

Band 69,75 

Branding Iron 81,85 

Canterbury Association 96 

Chimes 167 



Chi Omega 136,154,155 

Chorus 73,74 

Circle K 103 

Collegiate 4-H 105 

Corpettes 41,42,56 

Crane Hall 208,209 

Delta Delta Delta 142,156,157 

Delta Sigma Rho 109 

Engineering Council 120 

FarmHouse 192,193 

French Club 114 

Gamma Delta 95 

Gamma Phi Beta 143,158,159 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon 1 13 

Hoyt Hall 171 

Independent Student Association 99 

Inst, of Aeronautical Sciences 125 

Inst, of Electronic and Electrical En- 
gineers 121 

Interfraternity Chaplains Council 107 

Interfraternity Council 178 

Iron Skull 118 

Hill Hall 210,211 

Joint Engineering Council 120 

Junior Panhellenic Council 170 

Kappa Delta 136,140,160,161 

Kappa Delta Pi 1 10 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 1 62, 1 63 

Kappa Sigma 194,195 

Knight Hall 172,173 

Lambda Delta Sigma 92,93 

Little Sisters of Minerva 1 87 

Mortar Board 1 66 

Newman Club 90,91 

Nu Upsilon Omega 106 

Panhellenic Council 150 

Pepsters 277 

Phi Delta Chi 112 

Phi Delta Theta 196,197 

Phi Epsilon Phi 180 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 1 17 

Phi Sigma lota 1 14 

Phi Upsilon Omicron 108 

Pi Beta Phi 140,143,144,164,165 

Pi Delta Epsilon 82 

Potter Law Club 102 

Psi Chi 108 

Residence Hall Council 99 

Rho Chi 112 

Ross Hall 174,175 

Scabbard and Blade 33 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 140,141,198, 
199 

Sigma Chi 147,200,201 

Sigma Delta Chi 82 

Sigma Nu 202,203 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 204,205 

Sigma Phi Sigma 1 10 

Sigma Tau 1 19 

Spurs 168 

Student Directory 81 

Student Law Wives 1 02 

Student NEA 100,101 

Student Senate 44,45,46,47 

Sweethearts of Sigma Nu 1 86 

Tau Beta Sigma 1 1 7 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 206,207 

Union Committees: 

Planning and Coordinating 127 
Publicity 128 
Special Events 1 28 
Cultural Affairs 129 
Social 129 

UW Theatre 1 30, 1 3 1 , 1 32, 1 33 

W. Club 184 

Who's Who in Am. Colleges and Uni- 
versities 86,89 

Women's Athletic Association 98 

WYO 76,80 

Wyoming Christian Fellowship 94 

WyoHall 212,213 

Young Democrats 97 

Young Republicans 97 



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Student Index 



Aalseth, Ralph L. 308 

Abbott, Douglas O. 

Abbott, Joan Caroline 322 

Abell, Geraldine L. 101,322 

Abraham, Donald Ray 95,110 

Achziger, John Henry 

Acker, Donna Jane 

Ackerman, William V. 202,340 

Adams, Charles Keith 

Adams, Dick Ronald 121 

Adams, Donald Leroy 

Adams, George Earl 282 

Adams, Geraldine 282 

Adams, Gwinavere Ann 82,83,150, 

162,168,169,322 
Adams, Michael W. 
Adams, Patricia B. 
Adams, Robert Newell 190 
Adolphson, Caroline I. 106,340 
Agee, Richard Ellis 64,198,308 
Ahern, Michael Bill 
Ahl, James Gilmore 282 
Aho, Enid Arlene 96 
Ahrlin, Hollis Leroy 1 17,282 
Aimonetto, Cherie A. 112,156,282 
Aksamit, Gary Leonard 301 
Aksamit, Robert R. 340,102 
Alanko, Jerome Victor 322 
Albertin, Harold Carl 301 
Albin, Karen Lee 340 
Alburn, Cary R., Ill 207 
Alexander, Anita L. 301 
Alexander, Linda Lee 93,106,308 
Alford, James Charles 
Ali, Rajab 

Allard, Bret Raymond 
Allard, Deanna 133 
Allard, William L. 282 
Alleman, Darryl Duane 
Allen, Eugene Denette 125,308 
Allen, Gary Frank 322 
Allen, Grace Louise 
Allen, James John 282 
Allen, Jerry 250 

Allen, John Logan 86,128,178,202 
Allen, Linda K. 282 
Allen Mary Louise 156,186,308 
Allen, Thomas E., Jr. 
Allen, Verne Kyle 
Allen, Woodrow James 
Alley, Barbara 152,282 
Alley, Mary Joan 152,340 
Allison, James L. 340 
Allison, Jane Velda 308,172 
Allison, Jay H. 308 
Allison, Larry Martin 
Alsup, Linda Lee 340 
Alsup, William Myer 
Altergott, Judith D. 
Altmann, Harold Alois 
Amend, Donald R., Jr. 340 
Ames, Beverly Jo 93,101,322 
Ames, Shelby Ann 99,172,186 
Amrein, Paul Anthony 322 
Amundson, Larry C. 107,116,178, 

197,322 
Andersen, Sharon L. 1Q 1,1 54,340 
Anderson, Archie D. 111,112,207, 

282 
Anderson, Autumn A. 
Anderson, Barry Kent 207,380 
Anderson, Betty A. 322 
Anderson, Chistopher 
Anderson, Donnell Dee 200,282 
Anderson, James Earl 190,322 
Anderson, John Moyle 127,129, 

207,282 
Anderson, Lyle Ray 
Anderson, Margaret R. 97,340 



Anderson, Michael H. 253,322 
Anderson, Samuel Lee 102,322 
Anderson, Sandra Gail 340 
Andrau, Barbara Joan 145,152, 

282 
Andrew, Anna A. 
Andrew, Stephen R. 
Andrews, Bruce L. 
Andrews, Claire L. 322 
Andrews, Floyd D. 
Andrews, Gerald Rex 
Andrews, Helen Merope 
Andrews, James Arthur 340 
Andrews, Kenneth D. 
Andrews, Sammy S. 103,198 
Andrikopoulos, John G. 
Aneiros, Daniel Z. 91 
Angelovich, John M. 195,308,118, 

119,124 
Angle, Chesley Ward 
Anker, Peter Bruce 202,37 
Anna E. Joseph 322,91 
Annala, Sonya Sherry 340 
Anselmi, Kenneth B. 322 
Anthony, Nancy N. 156,282 
Appel, Eileen Marie 340 
Appel, Warren Curtis 340 
Applegate, Lynn Roy 340 
Arant, Albert F. 282 
Archibald, William E. 282 
Archuleta, Albert Gus 340 
Archuleta, Eugene R. -322,101 
Argento, Arthur Clair 282 
Argento, Larry Emil 
Argeris, Tommy John 
Argyle, Janey Bernice 
Armijo, George 195,308 
Armijo, Kristi K. 308 
Armstrong, Charlene K. 340 
Armstrong, Dale Gene 
Arnett, John Thomas 340 
Arney, Rex Odell 301 
Arnold, Barbara L. 
Arnold, James Garvin 
Arnold, Lois Jean 322,95 
Arnold, Rudolph Paul 282,122,126 
Arnst, Robert Craig 
Arp, Adrian Lynn 322,95,104 

193 
Arterberry, Karen Dee 340,172 
Arthur, Marian Rae 301 
Arthur, Robert L. 301 
Asay, Carlo Vee 322,93 
Ash, James Warren 301 
Ashbaugh, Peter Guy 
Ashment, Alma Dee 
Ashment, Jon A. 
Ashment, Linda Toro 
Ashmore, Diane L. 322 
Ashmore, Glenn L. 
Asiala, Carl F., Jr. 282,190 
Askeu, Judy Carol 340,94 
Aspinwall, Charles S. 308 
Atchley, Jerry Martin 322 
Atchley, Jimmie 0. 308,119,12^, 

125 
Atkins, John A., Jr. 340,190 
Atkinson, Donald M. 
Atkinson, James Felix 340,124 
Atkinson, Neal R. 322 
Atkinson, Robert F. 301 
Atkinson, Thomas W. 282,200 
Atkinson, Whitney Ann 
Atwood, Beda Jane 156 
Atwood, Donna Gay 
Aubuchon, Geraldine C. 
Auerbach, Mark 301 
Augsbach, Karen Ann 168,322,46, 

154 
Augustin, Doris J. 322,171,98,169 
Augustin, Walter W. 340 
Aullman, Ida Beth 340,93 
Aunsnunta, Vibul 



Avery, Edward Doyle 282 
Avery Perrie Kay 
Avery Robert B. 340,1 1 1 
Ayres, Charles W. 
Ayres, William S. 340 

B 

Baade, Duane Ross 121 

Babel, Nancy Barbara 172,90,99, 

169 
Babka, Suzanne Jo 
Baccari, Daniel L. 
Baccari, Larry Daniel 
Backer, Max Leander 
Bagby, Myron Rex 340 
Bagley, Eugene Milton 321,322, 

190,180 
Bagley, William D. 102 
Bahjejian, Ruth Sara 301 
Bailey, James Robert 322,200 
Bailey, John Murphy 308 
Bailey, Linda Smith 282 
Bailey, Lydetta Kay 159,340 
Bailey, Michael R. 282 
Bailey, Robert Lee 301 
Bailey, Ronald E. 322,202 
Bailey, Sallie Claire 164,340 
Bailey, Steve Chester 340,212 
Bailey, Vonona Edith 231,230,322 
Bailey, William K. 301 
Baird, Gladys Cox 
Baird, James 282,125 
Baird, Keith Maynard 
Baker, Barbara Jean 161, 282 
Baker, Dalton Wayne 122 
Baker, Ellen Anne 153,340,98,106 
Baker, Gary Edwin 308,94 
Baker, Gordon Keith 
Baker, Howard James 102 
Baker, Hugh Anthony 
Baker, John Arthur 322 
Baker, John Larsen 340 
Baker, Judith Lynn 308 
Baker, Mary Jean Fox 
Baker, Michael John 
Baker, Richard P. 
Baker, Wayne Barry 
Baker, William C. 
Baker, William L. 
Baldes, Richard J. 308 
Baldridge, Robert C. 
Baldwin, Edwin Lewis 301 
Baldwin, Melville D. 340 
Baldwin, Melvin R. 
Baldwin 0. Frank, Jr. 282 
Bale, Karen Anne 340 
Balison, Jeffrey Ross 
Balka, Mucho Berri 308,97,118 
Ballard, Weston Lee 340 
Balls, Mack B. 246 
Bancroft, Calvin Kent 
Banks, Theata Jeanne 
Banner, Kerry Ann 340 
Barban, Reno Luciano 
Barber, David Monroe 341,200 
Barber, Helen Oberg 282 
Barber, Robert John 341 
Barbour, Gerald E. 301,119,123 
Barbour, Phillip M. 
Bard, Arthur Elroy, Jr. 
Bard, John Delbert 
Bardo, Richard Dale 322,117 
Barger, Bonnie Lee 322,68,80, 

232,98,51 
Barhite, Charles A. 341 
Barker, Edward Henry 
Barker, Thomas L. 322,202 
Barkley, Robert Allen 
Barkman, Orvin Gene 
Barnes, Emily M. 
Barnes, James Edward 102 
Barnes, Jerry Don 341 
Barnes, Kenneth F. 






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Barnes, Mary Lin 152,341,111 

Barnes, Renee Louise 

Barnhart, William R. 

Barnum, Dean Leroy 308 

Barr, Kenneth Brian 

Barr, Sylvia Ann 308,1 14 

Barrett, Charles A. 341 

Barrett, James Robert 322 

Barrus, Dwight M. 341 

Barry, Richard 253,308 

Bartholomew, Kathryn 283 

Barton, Paul Wayne 301 

Barton; Ronald Lee 341 

Barton, William H. 341 

Bartos, Ralph Joseph 283 

Bashford, Karen L. 

Bashford, Leonard L. 

Bass, Marion Albert 115 

Bassett, Judy Truane 

Bassford, Gerald L. 

Boston, Virgil F. 

Bateman, Richard John 283,202 

Bates, Billy Gordon 322,198 

Bates, Dwight Lee 

Bates, Edward Hugh 

Bates, Jay Edmond 

Bates, Mary Ellen 159,322 

Bates, Thomas Larry 341,198 

Bath, James Leroy 283,121 

Bath, Mary Brockmann 301 

Battershell, James L. 283 

Battisti, Roger John 308 

Battisti, Rudy Lyle 

Baty, Melvin Arthur 

Batz, Gilbert James 

Baucom, Thomas W. 341 

Baum, Bobbie Jean 

Bauman, Myles Alfred 283,119, 

122,125 
Baxter, Judith Anne 323 
Bayert, Mary Ann Reed 
Bay less, Franklin D. 102 
Bayne, Mina Liden 283,100,110 
Bays, Gerald Franklin 283 
Beach, Alan Lee 
Beach, John Laurence 
Beahm, Herschel O., Ill 341 
Beal, Richard Lynn 102 
Beall, Robert Charles 
Bean, Dave R. 207,283 
Beardsley, William S. 308 
Beasley, George E., Jr. 341 
Beatty, Jean Vivian 341 
Beaver, Winford S. 
Beckett, Paul Tucker 
Bedient, Douglas O. 323,100 
Behning, Richard A. 
Belish, Elbert Dean 
Bell, James Joseph 
Bell, Jimmie Edward 
Bell, Lawrence Leroy 
Bell, Leon Joseph 
Bell, Ron Bruce 
Bell, Rose Risher 
Bellamy, John Cary, II 283,200, 

47,86 
Bellinger, John R. 
Belser, Nat 195,283 
Beltz, M. Lynn 156,308 
Belus, James Joe 283 
Bement, Laurence John 283,186, 

119,121 
Bender, Charles Larry 
Beneda, Earl Edward 323 
Bengtson, Richard Lee 193,180, 

124 
Benintendi, Wilma Lee 
Benjamin, Arthur John 
Benn, Calla Jean 161,341,91,114 
Benn, Charles David 
Bennaton, John S. 
Bennett, James Walter 301,198 
Bennett, Mildred Eva 



Bennett, Roy Elmer 

Bensley, James Joseph 

Benson, Albert Henry 202 

Benson, Gary Neil 283 

Benson, James Edward 301 

Benson, Jo Ann 

Benson, John Howard 

Bent, Riena Ann 323 

Benthack, Betty Jane 323 

Bentley, Roger L. 308 

Benton, Clayton James 341 

Benton, Elizabeth S. 308 

Benton, Ralph A., Jr. 

Bentzel, Frank Lewis 323 

Bentzen, Marilee I. 308,94,101 

Benzing T. Michael 91,111 

Bergenhagen, Jerry L. 323,202 

Berger, Jerry Allen 323 

Bergstrom, Jon Martin 341 

Bergstrom, Robert C. 

Bergstrom, Robert Q. 

Berkley, Frank C. 341 

Berman, Eric 1 97 

Bernatow, James H. 323 

Bernatow, William R. 283, 264 

Bernhardt, Philip E. 341 

Berry, Charles Wade 

Berry, Paige Leroy 341 

Berry, Phillip Oswell 308, 121 

Berryman, Boyd Alan 

Berta, Victor Thomas 91,110,126 

Berta, William C. 308 

Bertagnolli, Frank Q. 195,308 

Berti, James Frank 91 

Bertram, Sharon Lou 341 

Beshara, Leo James 

Best, James Lee 

Best, Keith Alan 341 

Bettes, Mary Kathlyn 323 

Beug, April Ann 341 

Bickel, Raymond W. 323,190 

Bickel, Thomas C. 

Bidstrup, Linda Lois 341 

Biers, Jim 195 

Biggs, Levi, Jr. 283 

Biggs, Victoria E. 

Biggs, Walter J., Jr. 301 

Bihr, Jerry Gene 341 

Bindschadler, Lela J. 308 

Bingham, Darrell A. 

Binning, Burleigh D. 341,122 

Binning, Thomas W. 341 

Biram, Geraldine B. 

Birch, Marilyn 93,115 

Bird, Kenneth Gary 

Birklund, Carl H. 

Birleffi, Lynn L. 162,341 

Bisbee, David N. 

Bisbee, Rodney Saffel 308 

Bischoff, Mack Tebbs 

Bishop, David Floyd 

Bishop, Donald Thomas 

Bishop, Helen M. 164,341,233, 

43,322,235,216 
Bishop, Jean E. 
Bishop, Judith Diane 323 
Bishop, Mary Louise 
Bishop, Robert Lee 
Bishop, Sara Mae 341 
Bishop, Welker Henry 
Bitner, A. Richard 
Bjorn, Karen Gae 161,341,42 
Black, Douglas Claude 283 
Black, Sherman P. 
Black, Thomas Alan 283,119,122, 

126 
Blackburn, Donna Ruth 341 
Blackburn, Jack Eldon 
Blacke, William Fred 308 
Blackert, Terry Lee 308,200 
Blackford, Charles, Jr. 
Blackmore, John A. 
Blair, Alan Douglas 



Blair, Elizabeth D. 96 
Blakely, Sherilyn Kay 323 
Blakeman, Mary Lou 
Blakeslee, Gary C. 341 
Blankenship, James O. 
Blankenship, Jearl L. 
Blaydon, Christopher 119 
Blaydon, Mary 122 
Blodgett, John Edmond 308 
Blomberg, Dale Robert 
Bloom, Martin Harold 323 
Bluel, Dale William 341 
Blumenthal, Howard D. 341 
Bode, Bernard Douglas 341 
Bodine, Mary Kathleen 167,308, 

93,100,1 17,1 18 
Boedeker, Ruth Elaine 283,101, 

1 10 
Boelens, Vicki Leona 341 
Boesen, Marcus Harlan 
Boesen, Virginia Ann 301 
Bogue, Russell L. 
Bohl, George A., Ill 
Boilsen, Kenneth Ray 195,323 
Boldman, Glenn Howard 308 
Boldt, John O. 
Bolln, Francis Otto 
Bommer, Timothy J. 283,37 
Bonds, Franklin D. 301 
Bonnell, Robert F. 
Bonnell, William R. 207,323,180 
Bonner, Anne 156,167,187,308, 

129 
Bonsell, James E. 
Booth, Frances Friar 161,283 
Booth, Michael Gerard 308,190 
Borchers, Ralph E. 308 
Borgen, Sonja Lynn 283 
Borino, David Lee 341 
Borrego, Maryanna 323,191 
Borszcz, John 195,308,264 
Boston, Kay Arthur 308 
Boswell, Darrel Kent 308,202,116 
Botkin, Richard W. 341 
Bott, Michael Andrew 341 
Bounds, Terrell B., Jr. 195,283 
Bourne, Richard Kemp 
Bourret, Steven C. 308 
Bousman, Bradford N. 
Bower, Charelene Gail 308 
Bower, Charles Leeroy 341 
Bower, James Nicholas 323 
Bowers, Judy Ann 101 
Bowers, Richard Allen 
Bowland George R., Jr. 308 
Bowles, Lorene Jo 309 
Bowman, Linda Louise 161,283, 

128 
Bowman, Lindley Mark 341 
Bowns, Susan Mills 
Boyle, Michael John 
Boynton, William A. 
Boyt, George Richard 323 
Boyum, Susan Jan 341,91 
Bozich, Anthony T., Ill 
Braa, Dennis Allen 341,200 
Braden, Donna Lavaun 309,101 
Braden, Marianne L. 309101 
Bradley, Jack C, Jr. 
Bradshaw, Michael G. 
Brady, Marie J. 172,98 
Braes, Barbara A. 153,283,115 
Bragdon, Frederick F. 
Braman, Carol Ann 
Bramon, Michael James 
Brande, Sjur E. 309 
Brandenburg, Charles 
Brandenburg, Janet B. 
Brandner, Almeda Mae 341 
Brandt, Paul A., Ill 283,125 
Brase, Arthur Ray 323 
Brasher, Sherry Ann 323,93 
Brater, Robert George 283,47,121 



369 



Bray, David Allen 342 

Breeden, Virginia May 

Breezy, Ted A. 

Bregar, Dorothy Mae 

Breger, Wilbert Lee 

Breitweiser, Linda M. 342 

Brenner, Madge L. 

Brescian, John A., Jr. 

Bressler, Larry Keith 283,202 

Brewer, Jacquelyn Lou 

Brewster, William C. 342 

Bridwell, Beverly Ann 342 

Briggs, Carol Marie 342 

Briggs, Kim Laurence 189,323,178 

Brigham, Fred L., Jr. 323,266 

Bright, Donovan W. 

Bright, Thomas Jerry 284 

Brighton, Keith James 323,202 

Brimhall, Phil B. 

Briscoe, Linda Marie 159,284 

Brito, Henry 

Britten, Bryan T. 

Britton, Robert Earl 

Brock, Jack Monroe 284 

Brockman, Paul Cecil 

Brodersen, Charles B. 

Brodrick, Gary Gordon 

Brodrick, Michael A. 323,202 

Brooks, Edward Payton 102 

Brooks, Gary Rae 323 

Brooks, Larry Frank 

Brooks, Richard Lee 

Brookshire, Kathleen 284 

Broomall, William, Jr. 284 

Brough H. O. 

Brouwer, Kathryn M. 101 

Brown, Anita 68 

Brown, Becky Lynn 342 

Brown, Betty May 

Brown, Beverly Kaye 342 

Brown, Billie Irene _ 153,342,97 

Brown, Bonnie Louise 161,186, 

284,86,169 
Brown, Carolyn A. 309 
Brown, Charles Cleo 342,91 
Brown, Darel Dee 
Brown, Donald Leroy 284 
Brown, Edwin Zone 342 
Brown Frederick J. 309 
Brown, George Milton 207,309, 

121 
Brown, Helen Louise 
Brown, Jane Ann 161,309 
Brown, Joan Mardelle 
Brown, John Rodney 
Brown, Kermit C. 309 
Brown, Lynn Albert 
Brown, Marilyn L. 342 
Brown, Ralph Leo 301 
Brown, Robert Henry 342 
Brown, Robert Morris 309 
Brown, Shirley Rae 167,86,106 
Brown, Stanley K. 
Brown, Sylvan Echo 
Brown, Thomas M., Jr. 
Brown, Wyo Jon 309 
Brownell, Vicki M. 309,94 
Browning, Lawrence A. 309,198 
Brubaker, Darlene L. 
Brubaker, Russell D. 
Brubaker, Terry Alan 342 
Bruce, Virginia Anne 
Bruce, William C, Jr. 309 
Brue, Jerry Harold 284 
Brueckner, Judy L. 342 
Brummond, Ronnie R. 342 
Bruneau, Louis Marc 
Bruner, Donald Dean 309 
Bruns, Colleen L. 164,168,323, 

217,80 
Bryan, Eugene Howe 300,82,86, 

230 
Bryan, James William 323 



Bryan, Sharon T. 

Bryant, Charles S. 

Bryant, Edward Hunter 

Bryant, Mary Frances 162,309 

Bublitz, James David 195,252, 

284,33 
Buchanan, Neil Duncan 323 
Buchanan, Patricia A. 150,162, 

170,343 
Buchholz, John A., Jr. 
Buckingham, John L. 
Budd, Mary Kaye 164,168,323 
Buel, Lenora M. 
Buelter, Otfried D. 301 
Bullinga, Lothar H. 309 
Bullock, James M. 
Bumford, Robert R., Jr. 
Bunning, John Robert 342 
Burcher, David Palmer 
Burdett, Robert James 
Burdette, Loretta C. 301 
Burdick, Laura 
Burdick, Mark James 
Burdick, Sara E. 156,167,309, 

232,42,1 1 1,236,216 
Burdick, Thomas W. 35 
Burger, Dorothy M. 153,309.98 
Burger, Michael J. 309,122 
Burgess, Charles R. 342,99 
Burkart, Richard A. 342 
Burke, Clyde Andrew 202,33.116 
Burke, Dennis Keith 
Burke, Janet Lyford 153,309 
Burke, Mary Lee 342 
Burke, William Elwood 
Burkey, Larry Eugene 323,190 
Burks, Shirley Ann 159,342 
Burleson, Kathlyn J. 342 
Burley, Thomas Allen 102 
Burman, Robert Duane 
Bumette, Garry W. 202 
Burns, John Patrick, 323 
Burnside, Richard C. 197,284 
Burrup, Jay Melvin, Jr. 
Burton, Almira 93 
Burton, Charles Lee 
Burton, Gilbert Edwin 342 
Burton, James Lee 
Burton, James Ray 342 
Burton, Ralph P. 115 
Burzlaff, Beverly Ann 284,101 
Busch, Marion E. 
Bush, Larry Lynn 189 
Bush, George Hunter 284 
Bush, Margaret Ann 
Busia, Richard M. 249 
Butcher, Burton Ty 
Butcher, Ronice Rhae 
Butler, David Edwin 116,284 
Butler, Jerry Frank 1 15,301 
Butler, Margery Jane 114,154, 

167,309 
Butscher, Robert S. 323 
Buydos, Barbara E. 342 
Byers, William N. 342 
Bylund, Jana Edness 342 
Byrd, Mary Edaleen 163,342,233 



Cable, Lana Fayrenn*. 1 f 
Cadman, Donald Leigh 195,266, 

309 
Cadwell, Marylee C. 
Cady, Charles E., Ill 
Cady, Jim Walter 284 
Cahoy, Robert Frank 
Cain, Michael Lee 
Caldwell, Jerry Lynn 
Caldwell, Mary W. 309 
Caligiore, Marie A. 284,90 
Calkins, Jerry Milan 33,119,124, 

203,309 
Call, Barlow Dean 92,342 



Call, Eldona Roberts 284 

Call, Gerald Walter 284,109 

Call, Linda Sue 

Call, Mayo White 

Calvert, Jerry W. 189,309,118 

Cameron, Edwin Eland 

Campbell, Colin D., Jr. 

Campbell, Douglas C. 309 

Campbell, Gerald P. 

Campbell, John Bryan 

Campbell, Kirk Blaine 

Campbell, Margaret M. 

Campbell, Mary K. 342 

Campbell, Rita May 284,97 

Canaday, Martha Joyce 323 

Canestrini, Frank 309,1 1 1 

Canfield, Jads 114 

Cantleberry, Neala M. 309 

Capps, David Michael 342,198 

Capps, James Henry 

Carabajal, Raymond 

Carboni, Robert Kelso 343 

Carlos, Paul Francis 301 

Carlson, Karen Jo 309,220 

Carlson, Karen Ruth 

Carlson, Ricke Dean 343 

Carlson, S. Craig 195,323,180 

Carlson, Stephen E. 323,190 

Carlson, Walter G. 

Carlton, John Walter 309 

Carmichael, David H. 198,178 

Carmin, Joe Lem, Jr. 

Carmine, Mary E. 

Carmine, Robert Gene 

Carnate, Angle N. 

Carothers, Jimmy D. 

Carpenter, Galen F. 

Carpenter, Jan Dean 

Carpenter, Marion I. 

Carpenter, Rebecca A. 343 

Carpenter, Robert E. 323 

Carpenter, Robert L. 323,95 

Carr, Jack Francis 258 

Carr, Myra Ann 343 

Carrell, Lawrence A. 

Carroll, Betty Jean 284 

Carroll, Jan Herbert 284,120,121 

Carroll, Peter C. 323 

Carrow, Harold J., Ill 343,95 

Carruth, Dennis E. 323,260 

Carter, Sharon Kaye 309 

Cartwright, Lowell T. 

Carver, Gary Scott 284,123,119 

Cary, Lawrence Ernest 284 

Casagrands, Ralf R. 

Case, Gene Allen 343 

Case, George H., Jr. 343 

Case, Henry Wilbur 

Case, June Carol 343 

Casey, Francis Joseph 309 

Casey, Rodney Keith 

Casper, Marlene L. 343 

Casper, Priscilla 0. 343 

Caster, Charlene Ella 

Castle, Wayne H., Ill 343 

Casto, Sharon Kay 309,96,100 

Catchpole, Glenn Jay 

Cates, Billie Karen 

Cathcart, Cheryl Jean 343 

Cathcart, Leland C. 

Cathers, William I. 

Catron, Charles E. 

Catsimanes, Dean A. 

Catterall, Lee Stine 343,200 

Cattrell, Edward B. 284 

Caturia, Scott Allen 

Cauthen, Ollie S. 

Cavanaugh, Joseph L. 203,343 

Cavarra, Donald A. 343 

Cave, David Lee, II 343 

Cowiezell, L. Fred 

Cazin, Carol Ann 284 

Cazin, Roger William 



370 



Cecil, Larry Eugene 

Ceretto, Gilbert Wade 309,200 

Chadderdon, Phillip D. 203,284 

Chadwick, Rayburn E. 

Challmon, Charles D. 324 

Chalmers, James A. 

Chalmers, Patricia M. 

Chamberloin, B. Louise 324,106 

Chamberlin, George H. 343 

Chamberlin, Paul E., Jr. 

Chamberlin, Robert L. 

Chambers, Susan J. 324,100 

Champlin, Robert Louis 

Chandler, Willard E. 309,200 

Chang, Chien Min 

Chang, Mung Lin 

Chapel, Stephen W. 324,200 

Chapman, Dennis Lee 343 

Chappell, Richard Lee 284,112 

Chasey, Larry Eugene 343 

Chastain, Kenneth W. 324,198 

Chattopadhyay, J. K. 

Cheesbrough, Lawrence 35 

Cheese, Jacque Ann 343,101,154 

Chen, Tai On Bernard 

Cheney, Deborah Ann 343,154 

Cheng, Eric 

Chestine, Sharon M. 284,101,110 

Chetterbock, Michael 309 

Child, Vern Dorr 343 

Childers, John Bynum 284,82,84, 

229 
Chionis, George John 324,190 
Chipman, James Robert 301 
Chitwood, Margaret I. 
Chitwood, Thomas E., Jr. 
Chlubna, Richard E. 324 
Choate, Cleo Ray 203,284 
Choromokos, James, Jr. 301,119 
Christensen, Annette 343 
Christensen, Anthony 284 
Christensen, Darryl J. 
Christensen, David V. 284,116 
Christensen, J. Ann 
Christensen, Kelly L. 343 
Christensen, Paul A. 284 
Christensen, Rita M. 170,324,101, 

154 
Christensen, Robert A. 
Christiansen, George 343 
Christinck, Thomas L. 
Christler, Bonnie L. 343,101 
Christofferson, C. A. 156,343,277, 

232,64,98 
Chu, Paul 343 
Cisz, Louis John 
Claflin, Barabra 310 
Clanton, Lonnie James 104 
Clapp, William Lee 324 
Clare, Bryan James 343 
Clark, Alice E. 
Clark, Clifford Alan 310 
Clark, Donald William 
Clark, Glenn Edwin 108 
Clark, James E. 
Clark, John B., Jr. 203 
Clark, Larry Darrell 310 
Clark, Larry Eugene 
Clark, Leon 344 
Clark, Loleta Jean 153,309,115 
Clark, Richard Thomas 
Clark, Richard Warren 324,200 
Clark, Rolland Lee 
Clark, William L, Jr. 203,33 
Clark, William Wayne 343 
Clarke, David R. 203 
Clary, Maurice Clay 285,119,121 
Clay, Davey Lee 
Clement, Patrick T. 
Cline, Charles Robert 344,95 
Cline, William Keith 344 
Clinton, Ronald H. 
Clizbe, Robert James 324,198 



Clough, Mary JoAnne 344,106, 

157 
Cloyd, William R. 344 
Clute, Margaret Ann 164,344,180 
Clyde, Araminta 
Clyde, Charles W. 
Coad, Billie Kay 344,96,1 15 
Coates, James H. 
Cobb, Eleanor Jean 157,344 
Cobb, Stephanie M. 165,344,232 
Cochran, John A. 
Cochrane, Maynard D. 301 
Coddington, Neil A. 285,126 
Cody, Bruce Joseph 310,200,84 
Coe, Charlotte Rita 
Coffee, Jean Ramona 91 
Coffee, Robert W. 324 
Cogswell, Jerry C. 310 
Cogswell, Thomas Earl 324 
Colburn, Edward James 344 
Colburn, John Carroll 344 
Colburn, Mary Ann 344,106 
Colby, Sandra Sue 324,111 
Cole, James Robert 
Cole, Katherine L. 344,98 
Cole Robert Walton 104,86,193 
Cole, Thomas David 
Cole, Thomas Humphrey 310,91 
Cole, Thomas Robert 285,198,37 
Coleman, Gail H. 165,186,324 
Coleman, Michael Lee 285,198 
Coleman, Phillip C. 324,198,103 
Colgan, Randy James 344 ^8 
Colling, Brenda C. 285 
Colling, Darl Jordan 285 
Collins, Charles A. 310 
Collins, David Bruce 
Collins, Frederick L. 250,256,258 
Collins, John Dennis 324,111 
Collins, Joyce S. 
Collins, Leslie M. 
Collins, Russell W. 
Coloma, Jose A. 310,118 
Colwell, Gary Don 
Comes, Richard D. 
Cometto, John Carlo 310 
Comin, Susan Jane 310,131,154 
Conant, Katheleen Mae 
Conibear, Grant S. 111,112 
Conklin, Wayne S. 344 
Conley, Curtis Dean 
Connell, Judith Marie 324,95,105, 

106 
Conner, Carolyn June 285 
Conner, Jack Michael 96,113,302 
Conner, Lon Fredrick 
Contos, Spiro John 302 
Cook, Albert Wayne 285,123,125 
Cook, Bobbalu 
Cook, Carol Ann 344 
Cook, Dean Bartlett 324 
Cook, Gerald Douglas 
Cook, Karen Ann 324 
Cook, Kenneth Wayne 1 26 
Cook, Lidwina Roxanne 310 
Cook, Robert Lawrence 3 1 
Cook, Robert Lewis 
Cooke, Delmar Gordon 285 
Cooke, Manning M. 
Cooke, Richard Henry 324,198 
Cooley, Warren Paul 
Cooper, Claudia Jean 344 
Cooper, David Alan 324 
Cooper, Frank C. 324,200 
Cooper, Gerald Eugene 310 
Cooper, Glen Elmer 285 
Cooper, James Carroll 310 
Cooper, Norwood D., Jr. 
Cooper, Susan Ann 
Cooper, Thomas Edward 344 
Cooper, T. Merriam 165,285,42 
Cooper, Wallace E., Jr. 203,324 
Cooper, William Ray 207,285,121 



Copyak, Robert Lloyd 

Corbett, James David 

Corbett, Mary Lynn 

Corbin, James David 344 

Corbridge, Margaret D. 

Corley, Donald S. 

Corlis, Louis John 

Cornelius, George F. 285 

Cornelius, William L. 302 

Cornish, Rich K. 324 

Correll, Shirley Ann 165,310,129 

Corsberg, Loren A. 

Corsi, J. Cleone 93 

Costantino, Shelia A. 153,310, 

100,1 10,169 
Cotter, Gerald Frank 
Cottingham, Fred A. 310 
Cotton, John Phillip 198 
Coulson, Ruthe 
Coulter, Celeste, M. 
Coulter, Milton Leroy 285 
Counselor, Joseph W. 
Courtney, Barbara E. T. 324 
Cousins, Noel Boyd 
Cowan, James Robert 
Cowing, Barry L. 
Cowling, Linda 285 
Cox, Frederick M. 
Cox, Jack Arthur 
Coy, Barbara Ann 
Coyle, Jean Lynn 165,310,344,233 
Coyne, William Arthur 
' rabtree, Stephanie A. 171 
Craig, Janice Kay 285 
Crain, Birdie E. 
Cramer, James Richard 310 
Cramer, Sharon Kaye 
Crane, Sara Lyn 167,310 
Cranston, Robert Lee 1 05 
Crater, Michele Rose 162,170, 

344,80 
Creager, Donald Lee 285 
Crerar, Nancy Carole 
Crihfield, Bobby Lee 285 
Crist, Carolyn 159,344,227 
Critchett, Elizabeth 161,324,106 
Crites, Richard Arlen 253,324 
Crocker, Edwin Fenton 310 
Croco, Kathryn C. 
Cronberg, Carolyn J. 344 
Cronk, David Sterling 
Cronk, Donald Carlyle 
Cronk, Jane Ellen 285,1 1 1 
Crosby, Mac Frost 344 
Cross, Arnold Robert 324 
Cross, Frank Richard 
Cross, Roger Lowell 324,94 
Crosson, James Huston 285,101 
Crosson, John H. 324 
Crouch, Barry Alan 
Crouse, Hugh Worth 
Crow, James Bayard 
Crowder, Karen Eileen 344 
Crowe, George Robert 
Crowell, Susan 310 
Cue, Charles Lee 
C-lbertson, Sally J. 153,310 
Cullens, Patricia Sue 344 
Cully, John Harvey, Jr. 
Cully, Lyle Eugene 344 
Cummings, Marcia Gail 
Cundy, Arthur F. 310 
Cunningham, Amos V. 302 
Cunningham, James L. 203,324 
Curie, Edwin Jay 344 
Currier, Robert Earl 310 
Curry, Janet Lea 285,98 
Curry, Jean Ann 98 
Curtis, Lewis E., Ill 
Curtis, Roberta Mae 285,106 
Custis, Charles W. 285 
Cuthbertson, Bob Dale 324 
Cuthbertson, William 344 



371 



Cutler, Beverley Jean 324 
Cutler, Donald Ray 285,119,121 
Cutts, Ronald Merritt 
Cykler, Carry Lee 159,314 



Daberkow, Roderick L. 285 

Dabney, E. Jeanne 302 

Dahl, Carol June 344 

Dahl, Jens 310 

Dahlgren, Marc Alan 195,344 

Dahlman, John Larry 

Dohlman, Suzanne 162,344,106 

Dalich, Charles A. 344,198 

Dalpiaz, Edwin Lee 324 

Dalrymple, Garry R. 310 

Daly, John Thomas 

Dameron, David Eugene 310 

Damrell, Russell E. 

Damrow, Neil Gerald 207,285 

Danda, Gloria P. 

Danda, James Joseph 

Doniel, Clarence A. 285 

Danley, Russell W. 

Danner, Marilyn Jane 310,96 

Darby, Edwin Wallace 310 

Dark, John Joseph 

Darling, Mary Rae 155,324,101 

Darnall, Richard L. 285 

Darnall, Sandra R. 344 

Darrah, Joseph Emory 102 

Dastagir, Mohammad A. 286 

Daubenspeck, Rosalie 157,344,232 

Dougherty, Howard E. 

Davey, Jerry Lynn 344 

David, Eugene Douglas 

David, Vernon Henry 197,310,118 

David, Walter F., Jr. 286,121 

Davidson, Michael B. 

Davidson, Peter S. 310 

Davidson, Sally Lee 43 

Davidson, Wynona Ruth 324 

Davies, Kelly Joseph 

Davies, Arnold E., Jr. 

Davis, Billie Jean 

Davis, Carl Morgan 190 

Davis, Carol Jeanne 

Davis, Christine 163,168,324 

Davis, David Rothrock 

Davis, Donald Edward 

Davis, Douglas Jerome 310 

Davis, Frank G. F„ Jr. 324,96,109 

Davis, Harold Louis 344 

Davis, James Heward 

Davis, James Raymond 

Davis, John Clements 

Davis, John Wayne 344 

Davis, Laurens C, Jr. 310 

Davis, Leonard Allen 122,286 

Davis, Marion 249 

Davis, Marvin Duane 

Davis, Michael Owen 

Davis, Raymond Gale 286,190,57, 

178,127,129 
Davis, Raymond Walter 
Davis, Robert Walter 
Davis, Robert Duane 286,121 
Davis, Robert Eugene 286 
Davis, Robert Scott 
Davis, Roberta 
Davis, Susan Lucille 
Davis, Thomas Alan 345,190 
Davis, Thomas Irwin 310 
Davis, Thomas S. 
Davis, Timothy Allen 311 
Davis, William Joseph 286,126 
Davison, Stephen B. 
Dawson, Cloyd Matthew 345,200 
Dawson, Harry W., II 
Dawson, Judith Ann 345 
Dawson, Sandra Jo 286,101,106 
Dawson, Steven Dennis 
Dawson, Wayne Estel 286,200 



Day, Gay Elizabeth 345,94 

Day, Judith Walker 

Day, Richard Wakeman 102 

Day, Robert Henry 345 

Dean, London Rich 

Decker, Marilyn Jane 165,233 

Deegan, Jess F. 

Deem, Paul Sherman 119,122,125 

Deen, Mohammad Yusuf 311,103 

Deer, David Allen 325,200 

DeFratis, Robert J. 198 

DeGise, Janet V. 161,325,106 

DeHart, Max William 

DeHerrera, Leona L. 

Deisch, Richard Allen 

DeLair, John Robert 311,37 

DeLaney, Thomas P. 247,184,182 

DeLaplaine, George O. 311,118 

Delayrante, Marion L. 163,43 

Dell, David B., II 286 

DeMars, William B., Jr. 

DeMartini, Richard J. 

Demorest, Janet Lee 161,286 

Dendinger, Leila Jean 345 

Denney, Gary James 

Dennis, Mary Ellen 

Denniston, Katherine 

Denton, Karen Elaine 153,325 

Deridder, Alice Kaye 

Dernovich, Donald F. 345 

Derr, Judith Kay 155,325,101,115 

Derr, Larry Dean 286 

Derrick, Laura Ann 302 

Desjardins, Pierre 

Desmarais, Richard W. 252,184, 

251 
Dettloff, Charles R. 
Dettloff, Erland Gary 
Deveraux, Evva N. 
Deveraux, Harry Roy 286 
Devlin, John Thomas 286 
Dewey, Barbara Sue 
Dewey, Michael John 345 
Dewey, Sharalyn Ann 
Diaz, Roy Acosta 31 1,91,121 
Dice, Mary Lee Holden 325 
Dice, Wesley E. 

Dickens, Lynn Marie 163,325 
Dickinson, Jean Ann 155,325,80, 

98 
Dickson, Jamie Lynn 311, 157 
Diefenderfer, Lucile 
Diegelman, Darold A. 
Dierksen, Larry Alan 311 
Diers, James Fredric 311 
DiFelici, Raymond E. 197,286 
DiFraia, C. D., Jr. 191,325 
Dilg, James Walter 286 
Dillon, David Henry 325 
Dillon, Richard Keith 345 
DiLoreto, Rinaldo, Jr. 191,325 
Dilzell, William T. 311 
DiMalante, Thomas J. 
Dimler, Ross Ivan 
Dimmick, Ralph W. 
Dimmitt, Gerald Lee 
Dimond, Rae Kent 345 
Dinkins, Jack Emery 
Dinkins, Paul Floyd 201 
Dinnebeil, William 345 
Dinneen, John Garvin 203,286, 

110,127,128 
Dinsmore, Bruce 286 
Dion, Douglas Paul 184,266 
DiTullio, Michael D. 
DiTullio, Patricia C. 
Dobby, Donna Dee 345,94 
Dockham, Hearley R. 205,311 
Doerr, Karen Louise 
Doerr, Marlene Ann 
Dio, Kazumasa 
Dolan, Gary Ellis 
Dolan, James Albert 311 



Dolan, Kathleen Sue 325,100 

Dolan, Mary Patricia 345 

Dolan, Timothy P. 

Dolenc, Daniel Albert 286,91 

Dolenc, Max Rudolph 180,325 

Doll, Henry Theodore 

Dolling, William T. 198 

Domsalla, Cherie Ann 98,159,324 

Domsalla, Harvie A. 203,345 

Donachie, David John 

Donaldson, John Allen 345 

Donelan, Jerry Don 

Donohue, Dennis Allan 111,18,345 

Donohue, Jane E. 

Dooley, Laurence K. 311 

Dorothy, Robert Glenn 

Dorrington, Diane E. 345 

Dorsett, Carol Jane 325 

Doty, William 

Dougherty, David Hugh 85,201, 

311 
Dougherty, Martha Lee 97,98,159, 

345 
Doughty, William E. 311 
Douglas, Anne Dupont 345,106 
Douglas, Clarice Ann 
Douglass, Clyde R. 345 
Douglas, James David 
Dowler, John Walter 191,253,325 
Downing, Larry Dixon 
Downing, Larry Thomas 203,286, 

33 
Downing, Samuel K. 180,203,325 
Downs, Robert S., Jr. 96,117,122, 

189,311 
Doyle, James Francis 
Doyle, Sally Louise 98,157,232, 

345 
Drake, Mark Kline 
Drake, Sherman H. 189,286 
Drake, Wanda Pearl 100,311 
Dray, William Perry 102 
Dregoiw, Judy Gay 98,157,232, 

325 
Dresher, Carole Ann 155,345 
Dreves, Fred John 90 
Drew, Carolyn Kaye 3 1 1 

153,168,325 
Drew Carolyn Kaye 311 
Drew, Joseph Coleman 
Dreyer, Sandra Mary 345 
Driscoll, Paul Dennis 195,311 
Driskill, Dorothy M. 325 
Dubay, Donald Herbert 
Duclo, Morley Jay 
Duclo, Rhonda F. 286 
Ducote, Richard J. 
Dudley, David Henry 205,345 
Duffey, John Allan 345 
Duffy, William Ernest 
Dugan, Kent H. 
Duguid, James Otto 287,119,120, 

123 
Dukat, Donald Joseph 
Duke, Ruby Marie 
Duke, William Earnest 
Dull, Richard Paul 345,198 
Duncan, Barbara Jean 150,163, 

281,287,80,115 
Duncan, Deane Dale 201,345 
Duncan, Diana Lou 287,311,98, 

169 
Duncan, Glenn Allen 
Duncan, Hugh Mackay 
Duncan, Irvine Moore 
Duncan, Linda Kay 325,97 
Duncan, Sandra Louise 98 
Dunder, Clarine Joyce 325 
Dunigan, Paul F. 345 
Dunivent, Rex Edward 287 
Dunkle, Sidney Warren 302 
Dunlevy, Daniel P. 
Dunmire, Irvin Dale 



372 



Dunn, Edwin Anthony 47,120,124, 

287 
Dunn, Lonnie Lewis 247,184 
Dunnam, Beverly Kaye 325 
Dunnington, Leslie G. 
Dunst, Karen Elaine 345,91,111 
Duran, Victor Acosima 287,212, 

99 
Durgain, Michael E. 325,82 
Durkee, James Robert 
Durling Jerrold W. 
Puryee, William K. 
Dusenberry, William E. 325 
Dykstra, Patti Adair 345 



Eager, Tommy Ann 

Earnshaw, Donald E., Jr. 

Easley, Jeanne Ann 325 

Easter, Dwight Lee 

Eastland, Alan James 254,256, 

276 
Eastman, George M. 109 
Eastman, William G. 
Eastwood, William P. 
Eaton, Ronald Allen 345 
Ebbett, Ballard E. 
Ebbett, Sandria Sue 
Ebens, Beverly B. 
Ebens, Richard John 
Eby, Walter Leroy 
Eckdahl, Clifford Dan 203,325 
Eckley, Carolyn Base 
Edgar, Gloria June 325 
Edgar, Thomas Everett 108 
Edmonds, Mary Esther 107,155, 

168,325 
Edmunds, Trudy Ann 345 
Edson, Karen Dene 325,172 
Edwards, Helen Claire 153,345 
Edwards, Ruth T. 
Eggart, Elnor Ann 311,100 
Eggers, Warren L. 
Egolf, David Post 103 
Ehlin, Nancy Marie 325 
Eicher, Robert C. 
Eickbush, Francis D. 203,311 
Eickbush, Kenneth L. 345 
Eide, Marian Kile 
Eikenberry, Fredrick 311 
Eikenberry, Howard D. 302 
Einer, Roland Steve 311 
Ekelmann, Susan Marie 345 
Ellerbruch, Virgil G. 
Ellerby, Richard S. 
Elliott, Douglas C. 
Elliott, James R. 
Elliott, Jon Howard 260 
Elliott, Robert C. 325 
Elliott, Sue 

Ellis, James Patrick 122,287 
Ellis, Maureen Brigid 345,91 
Ellis, Richard Seth 201,346 
Ellis, Robert Paul 345 
Ellsbury, Allan V. 91 
Ellsworth, Lois 346 
Elsbernd, Arnold A. 302,119,125 
El Sherbiny, Ahmed A. 301,103 
Emdee, Daniel Gordon 287,126 
Emerson, Deann P. 
Endicott, Edward C. 201,302 
Enevoldson, Ann Welch 
Enevoldson, Einar K. 
Engelbrecht, Donald J. Ill 
Engstrom, Judith Anne 157,311, 

118 
Engstrom, Kathleen A. 
Epp, Richard John 122,126 
Epp, Robert Eugene 
Epperson, David Craig 302 
Epperson, Gary Eugene 
Eppson, Harold F. 
Erb, Ronald Edward 



Erdmann, Judy Ann 101 
Erickson, David John 195,325 
Erickson, James G. 
Erickson, Larry C. 325 
Erickson, Signe L. 346 
Erickson, Theodore O. 125,287 
Ernst, Sallie Ann 167,31 1 
Erpino, Michael James 
Ersland, Eugene M. 302 
Escott, Kay Diane 103 
Espenscheid, Gary M. 346 
Esquibel, Floyd A. 
Esser, John Burton D. 205,311 
Etemadmoghdam, Firooz 
Eurioste, Margaret A. 91,346 
Evans, Monty Allen 346 
Evans, Richard M. 87 
Evans, William Henry 287 
Evenson, Donna Kaye 325 
Everett, Kathryn Jean 91,325 
Everson, Axel C. 
Ewing, John Elmore 
Ezell, Earland 



Fagerberg, Wayne R. 346 

Fagnant, John Paul 346,91 

Fair, Nancy Helen 165,325 

Fairfull, Alice L. 

Fairfull, Douglas T. 

Fake, Thomas M. 

Falkingham, Janis Kay 165,186, 

31 1,277,233 
Fallin, Lonnie Dale 191 
Fanning, Donald Lynn 287,119 
Fanning, Harry Paul 201,325,180 
Fanshawe, Catherine C. 346 
Farmer, John Lyle 195,31 1 
Farmer, Michael Dean 346 
Farnham, Frank Edwin 203,302, 

1 1 9, 1 24 
Farnham, Karen Kay W. 287 
Farnham, Larry Jean 
Farnworth, Lister M. 
Farris, Grant M. 
Fausett, Stephen Ray 
Faust, Lindsey Diane 157,346 
Fautin, Daphne Gail 
Fearno, Joseph B. 287 
Federer, Cathy June 168,326,172, 

93,105,115 
Federer, Mirlen Dale 
Feeley, William P. 326 
Feighny, James P., Jr. 197,311 
Feilner, Paul Warren 287 
Felix, Philip Joseph 
Felt, James Wesley 
Felt, Karin G. 165,186,326,42 
Felton, Lloyd James 
Fenimore, Sara Jane 326,171,99, 

115 
Fenton, Michael D. 
Ferguson, Jacqueline 287,157 
Ferguson, John Cotter 201,346 
Ferguson, Walter, III 346 
Fermelia, Alfred 119,122 
Fermelia, Anita C. 326 
Ferrell, Dorothy E. 326 
Ferren, David Allen 
Ferrin, Steve William 193 
Ferris, Clinton S., Jr. 
Ferris, John Delos 
Ferry, Raymond M. 
Ferry, Richard W. 
Fetsco, Patricia M. 159,106 
Fett, Roger Lee 
Fey, Steven Thomas 346 
Field, Sylvia Ellis 157,187,287 
Fiero, James Kenneth 201,346 
Finch, Edward Dean 110 
Finch, Richard S. 287,198 
Fink, Gerald Eugene 311 
Finn, Thomas Joe 



Finnell, Frederick W. 287,1 1 1 
Finnell, Joyce Walene 346 
Finnerty, Daniel E. 326 
Finnerty, James J. 195 
Finnerty, William T. 195,326 
Fischer, Marvin Earl 
Fish, Sally Jo 312,101 
Fisher, Frederick S. 
Fisher, Karen Annette 311,115 
Fisher, Kenneth W. 
Fisher, Richard D. 
Fitch, Marcia K. 
Fitzgerald, Betty Jo 346 
Fitzsimmons, Timothy 326 
Fitzwater, Judith Ann 346 
Fladmoe, Gary Gardner 326,180, 

117 
Flaim, Bruno, Andrew 287,91 
Flanders, Frederick, M. 
Fleming, Harold Lloyd 
Fleming, Kenneth R. 201,346 
Fletcher, Robert Ray 
Flett, David Charles 326 
Flint, Kathleen L. 
Flitner, Stanley Earl 
Flittie, Mary J. 

Flock, Sharon Jayne 312,115 
Flowers, Stephen E., Jr. 312,198 
Flynn, Charles Logan 
Flyr, Janice Ellen 
Foe, Douglas Charles 203,326 
Fogg, Calvin King 
Foley, Connie Dean 346 
Foos, Linda Kay 326 
Force, Dave William 
Forcum, Donald Lee 287 
Foresman, Floyd E., Jr. 287,123 
Forister, Thomas C. 326 
Forman, Beverly, L. 
Fornstrom, Kenneth J. 312,124, 

193 
Fornstrom, Wayne E. 346 
Forrister, Frances C. 
Forslin, Virginia L. 312,93,101 
Fosnight, Ricky Leroy 346 
Foster, Gary Allen 
Foster, Gary Lee 326 
Foster, Henry Norman 287 
Foster, Kenneth James 326 
Foster, Richard Lee 201,346 
Foster, William Martin 326 
Fowell, Murlan^C. 346 
Fowler, Charles Leroy 
Fox, Richard L. 
Foy, Carol Jean 346,111 
Foy, Ronald Daniel 3 1 2 
Francis, Gary Verne 287 
Francis, Sarah T. 
Francke, Edward W. 199,346 
Franckowiak, Peter B. 346,111, 

210 
Frank, Gary Lee 312 
Franks, Gloria Lynn 
Frates, JoAnne Rae 346 
Frazier, Alvin Robert 
Frazier, Thomas Leon 
Freed, Charles Darwin 
Freel, Arthur Dudley 346 
Freeman, Bobby Roy 
Freese, Sharon Kay 168,326,106 
French, Douglas Lynne 287 
French, Howard Joel 326 
French, Joe Russell 346 
French, Norman Clare 287 
Frenchik, Steve Frank 257 
Frerichs, Kristin A. 163,326,128 
Freval, Daniel Joel 
Frisby, John Mitchell 326 
Frisby, Robert Elliott 346 
Frison, George Carr 
Frison, Jeanne Marie 172,169 
Frison, Willis C. 312 
Fritz, Bernard H. 



373 



Fritzen, George B. 

Frolic, Stanley, Jr. 346 

Fromong, Charlotte W. 

Fromong, Terrence D. 

Fronk, Carol Anne 346,115 

Froome, Charles D. 

Frude, Allen Gary 253,326 

Fry, Edith Catherine 346 

Fryback, Myrna Joyce 100 

Fuentes, Phil Louis 346 

Fujikawa, Thomas T. 207,206, 

111,112,118 
Fulk, Cortney Jay 326 
Fuller, Barbara Ellen 
Fuller, William R. 
Fullmer, Richard Lee 
Fulton, Kathy Ann 
Furrer, Jock 
Furse, Thomas Walter 
Fussell, Gordon D. 
Futa, Fred Yasuo 
Futa, Kiyoto 346 
Futa, Lawrence Mamoru 287 



Gabriel, Donald James 
Gaer, Cheryl Sue 106,153,346 
Gaddis, Walter D., Jr. 91,346 
Gaines, George Ward 37,287 
Galey, John Taylor, Jr. 
Gallagher, Lila Lee 61,43,150, 

157,220,221,233,312,219 
Gallant, Thomas Merle 287 
Gallinger, James E. 189,346 
Gallinger, Robert W. 312 
Galloway, Chester O. 
Galvin, Raymond J. 346 
Gompher, Glenda Ruth 
Gams, Sharon Margaret 97,115, 

326 
Gann, Jan Patricia 163,346 
Garbutt, Merrilee Ann 326 
Gard, Roberta Jean 136,161,326 
Gardner, Henry Joseph 
Gardner, Jeffrey E. 
Gardner, Larry L. 346 
Gardner, Lorin R. 
Garner, Ronald Lee 
Garofalo, Thomas R. 288 
Garoutte, William N. 
Garrett, George S. 191,312 
Garrett, John Charles 203,326, 

180,103,129 
Garrett, John Roy 197,326 
Garrison, Jerry Dean 346 
Garrison, John Carey 
Garson, Nancy Jean 326,103 
Gastenaga, Donna M. 346,93 
Gatch, Richard Earl 
Gates, Richard Duane 346 
Gattis, Jerri Lyn 326,96 
Gautz, James Lloyd 288,184,266 
Gaymon, Karen Ann 288 
Gebott, Douglas Garth 
Gehring, Steve Evan 312,118,128 
Geigle, Sherman D. 
Geile, Michael James 312 
Geise, Patricia Lee 163,346 
Geisler, Edward B. 302 
Geisler, Edward Harry 346 
Gembala, Kay Marian 326 
Genetti, Marilee 163,187,312,46, 

101,127,128 
Genetti, Paul David 288,100 
Gennaci, Ignatius J. 
Gentilini, Jerry E. 155,347 
Gentilini, Raymond F. 346 
Georgis, James F. 199,312 
Gephart, Edward N., Jr. 347 
Gerhardt, Robert Ross 199,312, 

179,79,103 
Gerheart, Donald E. 312,117 



Gerrard, Clyde B. 

Gerrard, Patricia E. 326,93 

Getz, Alan Merle 

Geuviehizian, Hagop H. 

Ghikas, Maria Georgia 

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302 
347 
acobba, John Joseph 312 
anola, Dominick J. 326 



Gibbs, Fred Osborne 347,124 
Gibson, Douglas Allen 326,85,177, 

82 
Gibson, Karen Sue 163,347,80 
Gibson, Larry Lee 
Gidley, James Henry 195,250,312, 

194,87,178,184 
Gies, Darlene Louise 
Gies, F.J. 288 
Gies, Theodore F. 326 
Giesler, Wilbur James 
Gifford, Charles Jay 341 
Gilbert, Nancy Lee 347 
Gill, Sharon Marie 347 
Gill, Thomas A. 

Gillaspie, lla Elaine 161,288,106 
Gillespie, Frank A. 
Gillespie, Judy K. 161,347,97 
Gillette, Kathleen A. 326 
Gillette, Pamela Dee 
Gillette, Willard R. 
Gilman, Roger Duane 
Gilmer, M. Virginia 347,105,115 
Gilmore, Kenneth A. 321 
Gilmore, Ronald E. 203,347 
Gilroy, Anne Evelyn 164,165,186, 

288,87 
Gilroy, Barbara Jane 
Gingles, John Roy 197,327,180 
Giorgis, Jodie W. 
Giorgis, Richard Orr 347 
Giro, Margaret Dowd 
Gish, Ronald Nelson 
Gist, Richard Dan 201,288,102 
Gladman, Grant R. 
Glandt, Marilyn J. 108 
Glaser, Elsie W. 
Glass, Gerald Lynn 
Glass, Wesley Wayne 288 
Gleason, Frederick G. 
Glenn, Joseph S., Jr. 266 
Gleye, Paul H., Ill 201,327 
Glover, Robert Leon 
Gloyd, Connie Marian 155,312 
Godbe, Ralph H., Jr. 199,312 
Goddard, Larry C. 
Goellert, Herald Otto 
Goetz, Edward Nelson 320 
Golden, Edward James 
Golden, Kenneth Edwin 347 
Golden, Lee Edward 201,288,312, 

37 
Golden, Thomas M. 312,87,108, 

199 
Goldsmith, Jimmy Lee 327 
Gomez, Anthony Abel 347,91,101 
Gomez, Corina Maria 347,91 
Gomez, Joseph 347,91,101 
Gonder, Patricia Ann 
Goodart, James M. 327 
Goode, Denny Paul 199,347 
Goodman, David Paul 288 
Goodson, Peny W. 312,105,115, 
1 17 

Gore, Berton Alan 327 
Gorman, Jewell P. 327,105,115 
Gorman, Michael L. 312 
Gorman, Priscilla J. 347,91 
Gorst, Margaret L. 347 
Gosar, Jack George 
Goslow, George M. 
Gosney, Dale Edwin 
Gostas, Ted William 
Gothberg, Edwin K. 
Gould, George Albert 199,64,118 
Gould, Jerold D. 



Gould, Katherine F 

91 
Gould, Margaret Anne 

312,90,1 18 
Gould, Walter Harry 
Graber, Howard S. 
Neva J. 
John Bradley 
John Guy 
Donald Kieth 
Lynn Jeanenne 



163,168,327, 
155,167, 



Graber, 
Grabill, 
Grable, 
Grace, 
Grado, 
100 
Graefe, 
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153,327, 



Linda Lee 288 

Daniel Mack 312 
Graf, Lewis Andrew 191,327 
Graham, Charles Jones 347 
Graham, Craig Edsel 288 
Graham, Richard Lynn 327 
Graham, Wesley Harold 
Grams, Donald Ivan 
Grandia, Kenneth Lee 347 
Grant, Edward Lee 288 
Grossman, Eric Dixon 312,37,119, 

121 
Grasso, Alinda B. 312,91 
Gratton, John Joseph 
Graves, Joyce Mae 
Graves, Terry Kent 35 
Gray, Jack Neal 302 
Gray, James Lawson 
Gray, Sharon Jean 
Gray, Susan Ann 327 
Gray, Walter Edwin 288 
Greaser, Jackie Ann 288 
Green, Don Paul 
Green, Gilbert F. 327 
Green, Mary Ellen 163,288,91 
Green, William Virgil 
Greene, Martha Sarah 
Greenhalgh, Ronald K. 
Greenhalgh, Ted 288 
Greenlee, Paul R. 
Greenlee, Roger Alan 
Greeno, Earl Arthur 199,288,47,87 
Greenwald, Janice Kay 327 
Greer, David Glen 
Gregory, Charles A., Jr. 
Gregson, Wilfred Jr., II 
Greichus, Algirdas 
Greichus, Yvonne A. 
Grella, Marcia Mary 327 
Grenevitch, Benjamin 
Grenke, Edward Joseph 
Greywood, Ronald J. 



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eves, Wyoma K. 

ffin, Richard M. 327 

ffin, Sanford V. 

ffin, V. Margaret 312 

ffiths, Evan 

ggs, Kenneth J. 347 

msley, Frank, Jr. 

nder, Glenna Grae 347 

swold, Michael D. 347 

swold, Mariam E. 347,80 
Groff, Barbara Alma 
Grooters, Gary Keith 
Grosinger, Kay F. 327 
Grote, Robert Edward 312 
Grothe, Dan Nelson 
Groutage, Fredrick D. 347 
Groutage, Jack Daniel 201 
Grove, L. Maxine 153,312,98 
Graver, Jana Louise 168,312,98 
Grunkemeyer, Gary L. 327 
Grunkemeyer, George W. 191,312 
Gudmundson, Jesse E. 312 
Guerin, John W., II 
Guest, James Edgar 260 



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Guilford, Gary Glenn 
Guille, David Michael 347 
Gunderson, Colleen K. 347,101 
Gungle, Eugenie Ann 347 
Gunter, Bonnie Jean 347,91 
Gunter, Rudolph James 288 
Gurney, Frances L. 312,101 
Guthmann, Pauleen M. 312 
Guthrie, Mary Bell 165,288,114 
Guthrie, Nancy J. 165,327,217, 

77 
Gutierrez, George E. 
Gutz, Kenneth Henry 199,327,180 
Guy, Margaret Marlene 



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Haagensen, Ellen J. 153,312 
Haas, Marilyn P. 155,347 
Hacker, Billie Jon 159,312,45,68, 

106 
Hacker, Jay Robert 327 
Hadley, Carol Lee 347 
Hadley, Charles E. 
Haefele, Dale Dean 
Hagemeier, Charles E. 327 
Hagen, Caryl JoAnna 347 
Hagen, Dorothy Marie 159,327, 

117 
Hager, Bonita Mae 
Hager, James Edward 96 
Haggard, Jackson B. 
Haggard, Tom Dee 
Haglund, Richard D. 
Hahn, Russell Byron 347 
Hahn, Terry Jay 327,1 1 1 
Height, Barbara Joan 159,288, 

119,121 
Hailey, Janette Ann 157,327,232, 

98 
Hale, Lester D. 288,115 
Hale, Paula Jean J. 312 
Hales, Janice Kay 
Haley, Walter Patrick 104 
Hall, David Lee 327 
Hall, Edwin A. 193,312,104 
Hall, Elree Irene 347 
Hall, Gary Russell 312 
Hall, Guyna Lee 157,186,327 
Hall, Hazel Garberg 288 
Hall, James N., Ill 201 
Hall, Jon William 195,288 
Hall, Karen Alice 312,118 
Hall, Larry Mervin 347 
Hall, Mary Lynn 347 
Halladay, Carl R., Jr. 327 
Hallam, Blair Stone 
Halle, Ernest Warren 205,288 
Hallein, Edward E., Jr. 
Hallein, Joseph John 
Hallmann, Clark John 327 
Hallmark, Jesse Moore 327 
Hallock, Lyle S. 347 
Halstead, Diane Lee 
Halstead, Ronald C. 312 
Halverson, Howard, Jr. 
Hamburg, Marian F. 100,101,110 
Homes, Alice C. 157,186,312,129 
Hamilton, Billie L. 
Hamilton, Claudia E. 288 
Hamilton, Heather, L. 
Hamilton, Homer E. 
Hamilton, John W. 
Hamlin, Diane Gail 327 
Hamm, Jerry Lee 312 
Hamm, Thomas Freeman 288,122, 

125 
Hammel, Ronald Owen 
Hammond, Diann Arline 
Hamner, Robert Wayne 
Hampton, Mildred I. 347 
Hampton, William L. 201,327 
Hanby, John Joseph 
Hancock, Crystal K. 347,98 



Hancock, Mark John 

Hand, John Patrick 102,289 

Hand, Lawrence S. 

Hand, Martha Jane 153 

Hand, Virginia H. 

Hanify, Beverly Anne 

Hanking, Fred 327 

Hanking, William H. 327 

Hankins, Ronald Rex 

Hankins, Dennis Leroy 

Hanna, Michael Keith 197,302 

Hanna Pauline W. 

Hanna, Sheri Dion 

Hannabach, M. Elaine 

Hanselmann, Fredric S. 312 

Hansen, Ann Dexter 3 1 2 

Hansen, Carole Sue 

Hansen, Carolyn Ann 

Hansen, Dale Eric 91 

Hansen, David Charles 1 84 

Hansen, David Mark 1 95 

Hansen, Hans Floyd 

Hansen, Ma Rowean 165,327,77,7 

Hansen, Jan Erik 289 

Hansen, Lois Ann 347,95 

Hansen, Mary Jean 

Hansen, Peter Arthur 

Hansen, Robert C. 327 

Hansen, Sally Ann 115,172,327 

Hansen, Sandra Jean 106 

Hansen, Thelma Kay 87,112,163, 

166,169,289 
Hansen, William Leroy 191,312 
Hanson, Clinton E., Jr. 347 
Hanson, Robert D. 348 
Hanson, Robert Eugene 191,184, 

289,256 
Hanson, Sharon Kay 348 
Haralson, Sandra E. 313 
Harber, Phyllis Ann 
Harbolt, John Alfred 284 
Harden, Virginia S. 
Hardee, Connie Jean 
Hardin, Constance M. 313 
Harding, Robert E. 348 
Hardy, Carolyn Emma 123,289 
Hardy, Leroy 348 
Hardy, Thomas Paul 91 
Hare, Dale Leroy 
Hare, Janet Paules 101,313 
Hargrove, Sharon Lee 348 
Harkess, Thomas Lee 348 
Harkins, Clifford Lee 
Harmon, Jo Lynn 348 
Harmston, Linda 313,84,93,81 
Harnden, Wilma K. 
Harper, Nancy E. 
Harper, William D. 



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ngton, Gerald I. 

s, David Durrell 
Edwin James 
Frederick L. 
Mary C. Santee 
Michael Henry 
Robert Thomas 



313 
201,348 
203,348 



348 



William G. 289 
William M., IV 289 

son, Dennis 348,92 

son, Gale K. 327 

son, Lael R. 

son, Lama 

son, Lloyd K. 328 

son, William S. 348 
Harrod, Don A. 124 
Hart, Jerry Edward 348 
Hart, Marlys Lynn 348 
Hart, Myrna Lorraine 289 
Hart, Roger Warren 
Hartman, Jeffrey Gale 252,275 
Hartman, Martha Jayne 233 
Hartwell, Thomas Joel 197,180 
Harvey, Alice Hermina 328,101 



Harvey, Barbora Ann 289 
Harvey, Gary Linn 82,83 
Harvey, Gerald Earl 
Harvey, Thelma E. 
Harvey, William Robert 101 
Hasbrouck, Jon M. 348 
Hasbrouck, Richard W. 
Hashem, Sahak M. 
Hashitate, Earl Isamu 313 
Haskey, Juleanne 155,348 
Hassman, Howard Bruce 328,212 
Hastings, Mary Jane 348 
Hatanelas, Helen 348,1 15 
Hatch, Robert Harold 
Hatten, Donald G. 258 
Hatten, Tamma True 
Hauck, Henry Robert 302 
Hauf, Charles Barry 302 
Haug, Bruce Alexander 
Haug, Sverre Johan 313 
Hawe, Samuel Michael 
Hawes, Anna Jane 348,91 
Hawkey, Leslie W., Jr. 
Hawley, Floyd Edward 
Hawley, Mary E. 348 
Haws, Patricia Ann 348 
Hawthorne, Kenneth R. 195,313, 

266,182 
Hay, Leone Rose Maier 
Hayes, James Eshley 348 
Hayes, James F. 201 
Hayes, Robert E. 195 
Hayes, William Lee 
Hays Laurie Joyce 167,313,96, 

101,105,110,118 
Hays, Sharon Jane 
Heady, Rebecca Ann 328 
Heagney, Bette Jean 348 
Hearne, Francis Terry 191,289, 

190,87 
Heasler, Richard W., Jr. 
Hecht, Joyce Marie 313 
Hedderman, Richard J. 
Hedicke, Robert E. 348 
Hedlund, Woodrow M. 195,313, 

178,37 
Heid, Delbert 0. 184 
Heid, Raymond Gene 302 
Heide, Thomas Eddie 348 
Heil, Leota Joy 165,166,289,87 
Heine, Richard T. 95 
Heink, Adele Nelson 165,168,328 
Heinkel, William E. 
Hejde, Charles E. 302 
Hejde, Martha J. H. 
Heldt, Don Richard 
Helgerud, Steinar 289 
Heller, Dean John 348 
Heller Edward E., Jr. 
Helmer, Carolyn Fay 348 
Helzer; George Curt 
Hembree, Calvin Deal 348 
Hemry, Michael Paul 
Hendershott, David E. 
Hendershott, Lynn R. 189,328 
Henderson, Carl Dean 199,289 
Henderson, Faith Opal 328 
Henderson, James M. 260 
Henderson, Karen Sue 168,328, 

93,232 
Henderson, Lael W. 289,37 
Henderson, Mary Hood 328 
Henkes, Rachel E. 
Henrie, Ralph Daniel 313 
Henry, Jack Calvin 328 
Henry, Paul Kenneth 110 
Hensley, Richard C. 313 
Herbert, Harry John 
Herbison, Cynthia Ann 
Herbison, Michael R. 
Herman, Verna Kyle 153,348 
Hermansen, Janet Kay 348 
Hermansen, John F. 328,35 



375 



Herr, Richard Eugene 313 

Herreman, Wayne C. 

Herren, Roy Fred 3 1 3 

Herring, Barbara D. 

Herring, Patrick G. 313 

Herrold, Nancy Ellen 349 

Herzog, Milford Henry 

Heslep, Larry Joseph 191,349 

Hesson, Ralph Clayton 

Hesson, William W. 

Hetherington, Leon R. 102 

Hexem, Myrla Rae 

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cks, Jim Lee 302 

cks, Richard E. 349 

cks, Van Henry 

gby, Esther Maxwell 

ggins, Terrence A. 313,96,100 

ggins, William T. 203,328 

gh, Jimmie Rhea 349,105 

leman, Brock Ernest 

II, Andrew Tipton 

II, Beth Larue 313 

II, Carol Elaine 96 

II, DiAnne Carlson 

II, James Michael 246,248,249, 

313 
Hill, Karen Dee 163,313,218,220, 

221,227,42,6,129,144 
Hill, Margaret Ohler 
Hill, Richard Kieth 349 
Hill, Robert Norris 121 
Hill, Roger Ernest 349 
Hill, Royce Harold 289 
Hill, Warren Arnold 349 
Hillbrook, Roger W., Jr. 
Hillhouse, Richard A. 199 
Hilliard, Marie C. 313 
Hillman, Mark Eugene 349 
Hills, Kenneth D 
Hilpert, Dale W. 328 
Hindorff, Lorraine 
Hines, Bill Bruce 
Hines, Jerry Nelson 289,115 
Hines, William L. 
Hing, Linda Lew 
Hinman, Howard Lyle 349,104 
Hipsher, James Arthur 189,289 
Hirsig, James William 199,328 
Hitchcock, Sue E. 163,328,225, 

43,224 
Hittle, Patricia Mae 313,98,169 
Hjerleid, Gavin W. 
Hjerleid, Stanley, Jr. 328 
Hobert, Sally Ann 157,167,313 
Hobson, James Edwin 328 
Hockett, John W. 253 
Hodge, Dennis Stuart 302 
Hodge, Thomas Edward 318,82,84 
Hodgell, Tolin Wesley 289,116 
Hodges, Arabelle B. 
Hodges, Arthur W. 
Hodges, Carolyn Jean 313 
Hodgins, Beverly L. 
Hodgson, Leona R. 
Hoeck, Christine L. 349,100 
Hoeck, Marie Elena 100 
Hoefer, Andy Watson 
Hoffman, Carolyn L. 313 
Hoffman, Fredric G., Jr. 
Hoffman, Kay Ann 161,349 
Hoffman, Mark A. 289 
Holcomb, Norman T. 328 
Holden, Barbara E. 349 
Holden, Coralee, III 328 
Holden, Edward W. 328 
Holder, Charlotte R. 
Holder, Lee 
Holder, Mariann D. 
Holder, Richard W. 97,113,313 
Holdren, Donald C. 347 



Holgerson, Joyce N. 108,115,313 

Holgerson, Williom L. 

Holland, Jay Davis 71,289,117 

Holland, Mary Ann, H. 115,313 

Hollenbeck, Dennis A. 328 

Holley, John Darrel 

Holliday, Judith Gail 157,349 

Hollyman, Elizabeth J. 313 

Holmes, Robert W. 328 

Holmes, K. Norman 104,193,328 

Holmstrand, James A. 82 

Holsinger, Carole I. 

Holt, Raymond Alan 

Holwell, Bruce Alvin 

Holwell, Donna Marie 349 

Holz, Carolyn Frost 161,328 

Homar, Paul Frank 313 

Homec, Jean Frances 349 

Hood, James Allen 

Hooper, Leslie Howard 

Hooper, Richard L. 

Hopkins, Glen S. 250,313,184 

Hopkins, Merritt H. 349 

Hopkins, William M. 349 

Hopkinson, Donald W. 

Horgan, Kathleen, Sara 153,313 

Horn, Maurice Erny, Jr. 

Horn, William Thomas 

Hornbacher, Lloyd E. 302 

Hornby, Karen A. 

Hornby, Rodger, Lee 

Home, Francis Ray 

Horstman, Charles R. 

Horstman, Thomas A. 

Horton, Lola Jean 163,166,289, 

87,46,108,115, 
Hosford, Lorraine R. 
Hosier, Catherine Lou 328 
Houchen, Gay C. 
Hough, Marian C. 
Houk, James Franklin 349,94,101 
Houlette, Cheryl L. 163,349,231, 

230,80 
House, John Wayne 349 
House, Patrick Lory 87 
House, Vern Wasden 
Houston, Douglas B. 
Hovick, Robert Allen 
Howard, Bradford Ross 
Howard, Francis W. 197,313 
Howard, Robert Grey 3 1 3 
Howard, Sue Ellen 
Howe, Richard Archie 
Howe, Thomas Wilson 
Hoy, Calvin Edward 349 
Hoy, Jo Ann 157,186,313,101 
Hoyt, Philip Munro 
Hubbard, Bryan Vance 313 
Huck, Donna Rose 328 
Huckins, Wesley C. 
Hudak, James 
Hudak, Jere 313,100 
Hudson, Edward Warren 37 
Hudson, Ronald W. 
Huebert, Helen Marie 
Hufsmith, Kaye 165,349 
Hughes, Charles P. 199,349 
Hughes, Dean Howard 
Hughes, George Ben 313 
Hughes, James Harley 313 
Hughes, JoAnn 1 57 
Hughes, Kathleen Fay 328 
Hughes, Michael L. 349 
Hughes, Norma Jean 313 
Hughes, Sharron Sue 349 
Hughson, Linda Ann 349 
Huizinga, David Henry 290 
Huizinga, Linda Ann 
Hulbert, Milan W. 266 
Hull, Carol Jo 
Hull, Harriet Kay 302 
Hull, Keith Niles 
Hull, Robert McCleary 349 



Hull, Robin Sue 

Hullinghorst, Robert 

Hummer, Jean Frances 1 55,328 

Humphrey, Richard H. 195 

Humphreys, Barbara J. 168,321, 

328,220,169 
Hunter, Barry William 201,290 
Hunter, Dan Alan 201,328 
Hunter, Edward W. 
Hunter, George W. 266 
Hunter, Roger Clyde 302 
Hunter, Sarah Marie S. 
Hunter, Terence James 197,290, 

196,87,109 
Hupp, Ronald Burge 
Hurdish, Jeffery Lynn 349 
Hurley, Bennie F. 
Hurley, Larry Doyle 266 
Hurlock, Judith Anne 97 
Hursh, John Ray 203,328,178, 

109 
Husain, Farhat 302,103 
Husk, Kathryn Marie 349 
Hutchcraft, Joan Ann 
Hutchens, Nancy Jo 
Hutchins, Dennis W. 349 
Hutchins, Mac Arthur 
Hutchinson, Blane K. 
Hutchison, Peter J. 
Hyde, Judith 290,93,101,1 10 
Hyde, Robert Milton 

I 

Ideus, Harvey S. 

Igo, Jennifer Cullen 

Igo, John Noblitt, Jr. 191,321, 

328,180 
Ihne, Merle Henry, Jr. 313 
lllingworth, Donald G. 349 
llsley, Harry Eugene 
Immel, Robert Charles 328,35 
Ingalsbe, Donald A. 
Ingalsbe, Judith Mary 161,328 
Ingamells, John R. 
Ingham, Patricia Ruth 
Ingham, Walter C, III 
Inkster, Robert Paul 328 
Irvin, Terry Lee 349 
Invine, Melodie Wyoma 328,94 
Irwin, Vickie Allene 165,349,223, 

233 
Isaacs, John Loy 313 
Isaacson, John E. 
Ishmael, Samuel T. 102 
Iversen, John Riley 
Iverson, Jean Lillian 313 



Jablin, Carl Dale 290 
Jabori, Sikander Shah 290 
Jack, Travis Wayne 349 
Jackman, Kenneth Lee 349,99,210 
Jackman, Sharon L. 313,96 
Jacksa, Janice Marie 159,313 
Jackson, Danny Lee 328,124 
Jackson, George G. 290,119,122 
Jackson, Robert Doerr 313,37 
Jackson, Robert M. 
Jacobs, Daniel Robert 123 
Jacobson, Bradford A. 290 
Jacobson, David Paul 302 
Jacobson, Irene L. 349,98 
Jacobson, Mary Louise 349,94 
Jacquot, Neal Frisby 3 1 3 
Jacquot, Raymond Gene 
Jairell, Robert Louis 
James, Beverly Jane 
James, Carolyne Faye 313 
James, Martha Louise 349 
James Royden L., Jr. 328,109,124 
James, Stephen Lee 313 
Jameson, Mary Ruth 313 
Janelle, John R., Jr. 



376 



Janzen, Gerald Lloyd 

Jarausch, Konrad 197,290,47,87, 

178 
Jarrard, Jerry Walter 
Jasperson, Charles B. 
Jeffrey, Mary Kay 114 
Jeffries, Lawrence F. 260 
Jenabzadeh, Hamid 
Jenkins, Charles John 207,328,35 
James R. 290 
Lynn Diane 
Mark Fred 
Philip L. 313,99 
Jimmy Fisker, 313,125 
Mary Kathryn 
Rolf H. K. 290 
Sally Diane 
Jo Ann 



150,155,315, 

199,103 
303,119, 

303,108 



Jenkins, 

Jenkins, 

Jenkins, 

Jenkins, 

Jensen, 

Jensen, 

Jensen, 

Jensen, 

Jeremiason, 

101 
Jeremiason, John L. 
Jessen, Richard Hans 

120,122 
Jesseph, Joseph Ralph 
Jessup, Edward 
Jewitt, Bonnie G. 
Jewitt, E. Keith 
Jimerson, Curtis E. 
Joffe, Leslie Ann 
Johannesen, Edward R. 
Johns, Barbara Mae 
Johns, Cordelia 106 
Johnson, Adrian V. 328 

Alan Bond 

Alan D. 253 

Barry Wayne 

Carol Jean 349,93,1 1 1 

Caroline M. 

Cecil L., Jr. 

Charles M 

Clark B. 

Daniel A. 

Dennis F. 

Donald R. 

Donna Jean 

Erma Maxine 

Glenn W. 349 

James C. 193,290,104 

James Felix 104 

JoAnn 328 

John Gary 290,125 

Joyce Ellen 349,94,106 

Judith Anne 349,94 

June Werner 1 1 4 

Kathleen B. 

Kristin 328 

Lawrence D. 

Lawrence E. 

Lyle H., Jr. 

Marilyn Kay 

Martin Loren 

Maurine V. 

Norman M. 

Richard C. 

Richard Lynn 

Rita Marie 



Johnson 

Johnson 

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Johnston, 

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Johnston, 

Johnston, 

Johnston, 

Johnston, 

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111 
205 

116 



207,328 



349 



201,350 
350,91 



F. 203,328 
Henry 303,102 
W. 314 
Rae 



155,290 



Robert 
Robert 
Robert 
Sharon 
Tom Wayne 
Virginia A. 
Walter Scott 
Hans Herman 303 
303,328 
M. 

L. 165,314 
290 
203,350 



Clark 
Hazel 
Judie 
Kenneth H. 
Lawrence G. 



Noel Elise 
Sandra I. 
Vicki C. 



Jolley, Garth Boyce 
Jolovich, Donald J. 



350 
329 
314 
329 
290 



Jonas, John William 260 

Jonas, Robert Francis 260 

Jones, Alan Clarke 290 

Jones, Alayne, Mabel C. 290 

Jones, Carl 

Jones, Carol Lynn 

Jones, Douglas Earl 350 

Jones, James Claude 203,329,103, 

266 
Jones, James Daniel 203,314 
Jones, Jerry Max 
Jones, Jerry Ted 
Jones, Josephine 329,171 
Jones, Judy Kay 329 
Jones, Kathryn Louise 1 53,98 
Jones, Lee Powelson 
Jones, Leroy Jensen 
Jones, Merle Ves 
Jones, Richard Paul 350 
Jones, Robert D. 303 
Jones, Robert Keith 303 
Jones, Robert N. 37 
Jones, Ronald Richard 314 
Jones, Webster B. 290 
Jordahl, Johanna Jane 329 
Jordan, Joan Marie 
Jordan, Michael Merle 314 
Jordon, Norman M. 303 
Jordan, Warren E. 
Joslyn, James Terry 350 
Joslyn, Patricia I. 
Jozwik, Francis X. 
Judd, Jarvis James 329 
Julian, Ronald Brent 350 
Julian, Vallee Eugene 314 
Juraco, Zora J. 155,91,100,1 17 
Jurek, Robert Charles 290,122, 

125,126 



Kadel, Daniel Dean 253,314,37,38 

Kaegebein, Alvin T. 253 

Kafer, Jerry Allen 

Kagi, James Walter 329 

Kagie, Norman Ray 

Kahne, David Solomon 303 

Kallenbach, Donald J. 

Kalokathis, Nick G. 102 

Kaltenbach, Charles M. 191,290 

Kaltenbach, Terry Mac 350 

Kamm, James A. 

Kamm, Patricia L. 

Kamm, William John 

Kandolin, James A. 329 

Kane, Richard R. 

Kanellopoulos, N. I. 212,123,314 

Kaper, Keith Burton 350,111 

Karajanis, Stephen 

Karcher, Loren Walter 

Karhu, John W., Jr. 350 

Karnes, Timothy D. 

Karpan, Kathleen M. 153,314,82, 

83,97,1 18 
Karsky, Janet Rosalie 
Karstoft, Richard F. 290 
Kaser, Michael Duane 350 
Kauchich, John Steven 329,180 
Kauffman, Jack 
Kaufman, Jon A. 350 
Kaufman, Norman E. 329 
Kaul, Michael Allen 259 
Kay, R. Keith 329 
Kearl, Willis Gordon 
Keck, Charles F. 
Kedl, George Kent 
Keefe, William Arthur 109 
Keelan, Joseph Andrew 
Keenan, Ann Regina 163,329 
Keenan, Ronald Dean 350 
Keenan, Vern Thomas 
Keener, Russell Lee 350 
Keever, Billy Dean 
Kegerreis, Letha Lou 290 



Keimig, Gary Jack 




Keller, John Charles 


350 


Keller, Roger Lee 




Kelley, Gary James 




Kelley, Gary Roland 




Kelley, Marlene Ann 


329 


Kelley, Michael Ray 


314,119,121 


Kelley, Ronald Earl 




Kelley, William H. 




Kellogg, David Hisey 


329 


Kellogg, Laurel Ann 


329 


Kellogg, Patrick Ross 


329 


Kelly, Francis Eugene 




Kelly, Kim Martin 329 


Kelly, Mary Kay 165,168,313,233 


Kelly, Robert William 


197,290 


Kelso, James Dale 




Kemp, Harold Dougla; 




Kemper, Joel Joseph 




Kemper, Karen Kay 


101 



Kendare, Carol Jo 329 
Kennedy, Richard Kent 290 
Kenney, Raymond Keime 
Kenney, William W. 
Kennington, Agnes P. 
Kerr, Harlan C, Jr. 189 
Kester, Frank Andrew 290,121 

Howard K. 

Leroy Lyle 3 1 4 



Kestie, 
Keuck, 
Keyes, 
Keyes, 



Cheryl Louise 
Gordon F., Ill 



163,350 
201,350 
157,187,290, 



Keys, Avanell Ann 

43 
Keyser, Anne Carole 350 
Keyser, Eugene Leo 290 
Keyser, Keith Alan 291 
Keyser, Linda Sue 
Keyser, Martha Jo 350 
Kidd, William Love 203,350 
Kidneigh, Kenneth P. 314 
Kiefling, John W. 
Kildebeck, James S. 
Killam, Everett H. 303 
Killinger, Joe H. 
Kilpatrick, Bob King 329 
Kimble, Sharon Lynn 172 
Kimport, Marilyn L. 155,314,169 
Kindler, Carolyn B. , 
Kindler, David Lynn 
King, Carol Ann 350 
King, David Arnold 191,291,273 
King, James Richard 291 
King, John Stuart 
King, Judith Anne 128,163,168, 



ng, 
ng, 
ng, 

ng, 
277 

ng, Keith Meredith 350 
ng, Kenneth Colder 329 
ng, Roy Hughes 350 
ngsbury, Robert J. 191,350 
nnison, Harry J. 329 
nnison, Joey Leas 
nnison, Jon Walker 
ntigh, David Dwight 314 
rkpatrick, Susan 165,291 
rlin, Rodney Lynn 
ser, Dennis Marvin 126 
ser, Regene Ann 350 
sicki, Ronald Louis 350 
ssack, Arthur R. 253 



tchen, Nance Odelle 

visto, Gary Wayne 
Klaver, Robert Philip 
Kleen, Frances Marie 

314 
Kleinschmidt, Gary D. 

329 
Klepinger, Barbara Jr. 

350 
Kliefoth, Gail P. 350 
Klingle, Don William 
Klipstein, Sharon I. 91 
Knadler, Fred B. 291 
Knadler, Glenda Karol 



157,350 
329 

253,329 
95,105,115, 

105,203, 

165,233, 



351 



351 



377 



Knadler, Larry Robert 195,329 

Knapp, Detmer Rex 

Knecht, Susan Ellen 42,157,170, 

232,351 
Knight, Gerald M. 
Knight, Robert Paul 184,251 
Knighton, Patricia A. 91,351 
Kniss, Barbara Jean 88,112,155, 

166,220,291 
Knoll, Lawrence R. 
Knutson, Karl Martin 199,351 
Knutson, Kristin J. 161,187,291 
Kobelin, Linda Diane 314 
Koch, Star Lynn 351 
Koch, William James 291 
Koch, William Paul 
Koenig, Melvin Paul 351 
Koeppen, Karl Clair 
Koester, Eugene J . 1 1 9, 1 20, 1 23, 

125,291 
Kohler, Helen Darlene 
Kohlhorst, David W. 351 
Kohrs, Karyl Allene 68,97,105, 

115,155,351 
Kohrs, Mary Bess 88,108,113,155, 

166,232,291 
Kolarich, Donna House 
Kolarich, Roger T. 
Kolbicka, Michael R. 
Kolkman, James Harry 351 
Konotopka, Timothy S. 203,351 
Kontrick, Andrew John 351 
Kopriva, James Joseph 314 
Kopsa, Gary Edward 94 
Korell, Lee Roy 291 
Korell, Robert Henry 
Korenke, Robert E. 314 
Korhonen, Ray F. 314 
Kovats, Julius 
Kraft, Edward John 291 
Kramer, Jerry Russell 351 
Krasomil, Jerry Dean 99,208 
Kraus, Kay Carol 165,291 
Krauser, Barbara J. 106 
Kravitz, Lynn Oliver 351 
Kreider, Jack Warren 
Krell, George F. 125 
Kremer, Dwaine Allyn 351 
Kreps, Lester Baldwin 
Kristensen, Thomas H. 291,119, 

121 
Kriz, Robert Gann 
Kronberger, Gale A. 351 
Krowski, Paul Joseph 
Krueger, Ray Earl 329 
Kruggel, William G. 
Kruse, John Charles 102 
Kruse, Phoebe C. 
Kruse, Robert Douglas 207 
Krusee, Larry Elden 201,329 
Krynovich, George 38 
Kudiwa, Simukai J. 
Kuiper, Gregory L. 
Kuiper, Gretchen J. 165,314 
Kula, Stanley Edward 291 
Kuntz, Steve Philip 314 
Kuplic, Linda Sue 351,111 
Kurkciyan, Berc Agop 
Kurtz, Carolyn Ann 223 
Kuxhausen, Gary E. 
Kuxhausen, Roger Neil 314 
Kuypers, John Clare 291,33 
Kuzara, Richard S. 
Kvenild, Daryla D. 
Kvenild, John Robert 
Kyle, Theodore Lee 



Labbo, Margaret Conly 291 
Labout, Arthur James 
Labs, Roy Leon 
Lack, Stephen Douglas 351 
LaCroix, William J. 



LaFave, Richard E. 291 

Laoda, Marlene G. 291,122,126 

Lahti, Carole Manon 155,329,98, 

169 
Lahti, Harlan Jacob 
Lain, Connie Mack 351 
Lain, Gayle Raymond 109 
Lain, Sheryl Annette 
Lake, Walter Eugene 
Lakey, Betty Elaine 
Lamb, Dona Marie 
Lamb, Glenda May 168,329 
Lamb, Lana Irene 351 
Lamb, Patricia Jean 351 
Lamb, Robert O'Dell 329 
Lambertson, Keith S. 
Lombrecht, Homer G. 329,94 
Lancaster, Glenda K. 157,351,233 
Lancaster, Jenne Lee 161,329,115 
Land, Mahlon Robert 351 
Landrigan, Marcia 115 
Lane, Jobn Everett 351 
Laney, Linda Lee 163,291 
Lang, Robert Kent 
Langolf, John Frank 351 
Lantz, Keith William 199,291, 

198,88,178,116 
Larchick, Steve Leon 
Laroche, Richard M. 197,314 
Larsen, Charles E. 
Larsen, Everett L. 1 80 
Larsen, Svend Aage 
Larson, Carlo Ann 351 
Larson, Daro Eugene 303 
Larson, Judy Kay 
Larson, Karen K. 
Larson, Robert W. 
Larson, Susan Mae 165,167,314, 

307,231,230,78,118 
Larson, Vicki Ann 165,314 
Larson, Wilbur S. 113 
LaSalle, Charles C. 314 
Lasko, Corrine Joyce 
Lassen, Helen E. 
Latham, Elisabeth B. 
Latham, James Gerald 351 
Latta, Barbara Mae 101 
Laughlin, Jean Carol 157,98 
Laughlin, Robert B., Jr. 203,303, 

45,102 
Laughrey, James N., Jr. 291,314, 

1 11 
Lawlor, Martha E. 
Lawrence, Gary James 329,91 
Lawson, Max Edward 291 
Lawson, Violet M. 
Laybourn, Alan David 199,351 
Laybourn, John Eugene 36 
Laybourn, Teri Lisa 168,43 
Layman, Nicholi 329 
Layton, Terry North 210 
Lazzarino, Diane E. 
Leadholm, Wendy R. 
Leake, George Wesley 314 
Leary, Don Jay 191 
Leary, Lynne Terese 351 
Leavitt, Keith H. 329,92 
LeBaron, Ronald Frank 199,314 
Lechliter, Vicki Lynn 351 
Leckie, Maxine Stuart 155,168, 

329 
LeCompte, George C. 
Lee, Chester L. 
Lee, Chung Hou 
Lee, DeLois June 351 
Lee, Gary Albert 
Lee, Jon Howard 
Lee, Josaphat Edward 329 
Lee, Linda Lou 153,314 
Lee, Mary 

Lee, Raymond Francis 351 
Lee, Robert Charles 
Lee, Roberta Anne 351,233 



Lee, Samuel Walker 330,128 

Lee, Sandra May 330 

Lee, Sharon Kay 291 

Lee, Sherril Joyce 351 

Lee, Theodord Robert 

Lee, Thomas C. 191,291,44,88, 

220,221 
Lee, Virginia Rae 157,187,329,42 
Leech, Jerome George 330 
Leech, Louis P., Jr. 103 
Leek, Steve L. 291 
LeFebre, Delia Faye 
Legerski, Charles J. 292,121 
Leggett, Jo Ann 153,314,98 
Legoski, Jeanette Fae 155,351 
Lehmkuhler, Marjie A. 155,168, 

330,106 
Lehti, Sandra Gae 108 
Leng, Bruce Loren 201,314 
Lentz, Linda Kay 352 
Lenz, Stuart Donald 291 
Leonard, Weldon I. 
Leonardia, Amiel Y. 131 
Leonis, Nick John 330 
LeRoux, John F., Jr. 314 
Lerwick, Carol Edna 352 
Lerwick, Kenneth G. 330 
Lescoe, Michael A. 
Lessley, Barbara Ann 352 
Levine, William J. 249,314,184 
LeWallen, Keith A. 102 
Lewis, Evelyn J. 
Lewis, Jackson Kay 
Lewis, Jenohn Lynn 155,352 
Lewis, Kenneth Elwin 352 
Lewis, Larry Dean 197,352 
Lewis, Marcia Ann 352 
Lewis, Marilyn Jean 153,291 
Lewis, Ralph Gordon 
Lewis, Robert Dwight 
Lewis, Ronald Patrick 
Lewis, Ted Earl 199,352 
Lewis, Ted J. 

Lewis, Terry Bunting 119,121 
Lewkowski, Edward A. 195,352 
Liden, Ronald Carl 205,292,133 
Likewise, Robert H. 292 
Likins, Alberta Kay 314 
Likwartz, Don Joseph 199,292,124 
Likwartz, Sharon Kay 314 
Lilley, William R. 292,314 
Lind, Douglas Kent 
Lindahl, Alfred Carl 191,352 
Lindberg, Carl Elman 352,92,123 
Lindberg, Kent C. 314 
Linde, John Paul 
Linder, Ronald Gene 
Linderman, James D. 352 
Lindley, Scott Dee 199,330 
Lindmier, David C. 
Lindquist, Robert D. 352,95 
Lindsay, John Herbert 
Lindsay, Valorus D. 314,117 
Lindsey, Sally Ruth T. 292 
Line, James Harry 1 95 
Linford, Rowland 92,118,126 
Lingord, Robert L., Jr. 303 
Linker, Cynthia D. 
Linnan, Terrance D. 
Linta, Edward 
Linta, JoAnn Baird 
Linton, Wayne Ernest 246, 1 82 
Lipman, Jerry 

Lisota, Edward Thomas 292 
Litchford, Robert, Jr. 
Lloyd, Arthur P. 303 
Lloyd, Edward Henry 
Loban, Sharon Irene 292,233,115 
Locker, William J. 
Lockhart, Douglas C. 
Lockhart, Merna Dale 292,100 
Lodge, Jane Lisbeth 
Loebe, Carol Ann 155,168,330,98 



378 



Loeffler, Richard, Jr. 

Logan, Carolyn Joyce 157,167, 

314,88,98,1 10,1 18,169 
Logan, Francis T. 352,96,109 
Logan, Jeffery R. 352,91 
Logan, John Frederick 352 
Logan, Stephen Edward 352 
Loh, Lin Nar 303 
Lohse, Dennis W. 292 
Lonabough, Charles A. 191,273 
Long, Diane Elayne 352 
Long, Larry Don 352 
Long, Leland Palmer 
Long, Richard Ronald 199,184, 

259,266,257 
Long, Sandra Kay 155,292 
Longfellow, John, Jr. 330 
Longpre, Jeanne Marie 113,314 
Longwith, RoAnne 1 1 1 
Lonsdale, Mary Ellen 155,168,330 
Loo, Gum Yet 300,103 
Looney, Carey Bryan 
Lopez, Robert L. 352 
Lora, Mercado Luis F. 
Lorenzen, Tom Carl 352 
Loucks, Donald C, Jr. 203,352 
Loudon, Barbara J. 106,110 
Loudon, Theodore Lee 1 1 9, 1 24 
Loutas, John George 314 
Love, John Douglas 330 
Loveland, John Neves 352 
Loveland, Ronald J. 314 
Loveridge, Charyl W. 330 
Low, Frederick D. 352 
Lowell, Ralph Edward 314,92 
Lower, Letitia Ann 352 
Lowham, Hugh William 191,315, 
184,120,124 

Lowham, Paul Edward 303 
Lowrance, Ronald N. 292 
Lowry, Janet Lee 165,330,106 
Lucas, Ruth Ann 
Lucas, Thomas Alan 
Ludwig, Richard R. 197,292,116 
Lufkin, Nancy Rose 352,91 
Lumb, John Goodsill 
Lund, Curtis E. 
Lund, Helen Lancaster 
Lund, Laurie Ellen 
Lundberg, Linda Jane 292 
Lundgreen, Michael W. 
Luond, Sharon Irene 157,42 
Lupcho, John Anthony 352 
Lush, Jim 352 
Lutey, James Merle 352 
Lutz, Charlene Louise 
Luzmoor, William III 
Lynch, Thomas D., Ill 352 
Lynn, Janet Arlene 153 
Lyon, Lewis Gordon 352 
Lyons, Austin Joseph 

M 

McAnally, Robert Nix 197,292 
McArdle, Paul Francis 353 
McArthur, M. Randall 201,330 
McAulay, Jonathon E. 
McAuley, Wilbur Smith 
McAuliffe, Martha J. 
McAuliffe, Mike Jon 116 
McAuliffe, Patrick V. 
McBee, Clarence C, Jr. 353 
McBride, Jane Ann 153,353,232, 

42 
McBride, Robert K. 203,330 
McCabe, William S., Jr. 199,315 
McCain, Arthur Eugene 92 
McCarthy, Daniel F. 353 
McCarthy, Edward J. 315 
McCarthy, Justin B. 
McCartney, James L. 303 
McCloflin, Mike Ralph 330 
McClellan, George B. 207 



McClenahan, Judy Lynn 153,315 
McClure, Kenneth Ray 
McColloch, Alice R. 
McColloch, Robert J. 
McCollom, Stewart F. 
McConnell, JoAnn Jack 
McCormick, Jack R. 
McCormick, Warren B. 
McCready, James N. 315 
McCreery, Elizabeth A. 353 
McDaniel, Roseva 277,43 
McDermott, William W. 353 
McDonald, Jennie 
McDonald, Lloyd Kim 102 
McDonnell, Rhett M. 195,315,78 
McDowell, Michael B. 353 
McElroy, Amos David 207,46 
McElroy, Connie E. T. 353 
McElroy, Hershel G. 
McElroy, Jenny Lou 330 
McFadden, Hugh B., Jr. 201,315, 

47,88,108,1 18,127,129 
McFarland, William A. 
McGee, Carl Allen 330 
McGee, David Wyant 
McGee, Robert F. 330 
McGeough, Kenneth R. 
McGirr, Rita Kay 353 
McGlone, Patricia L. 165,353 
McGowan, Phillip R. 
McGraw, William R. 353 
McGuire, Caroline J. 292 
McGuire, Michael W. 191,330 
McGuire, Richard J., Jr. 353 
McHale, Donna Rae 157,167,187, 

315,233 
McHenry, Kathleen N. 353 
Mcllvaine, Mary Ethel 
Mclntire, Dean Perry 
Mcintosh, Keith James 201,353 
Mcintosh, Patricia A. 292 
Mclntyre, John F. 197 
McJunkin, George E. 
McKay, Walter Delloyd 
McKeever, Ernestine V. 
McKenna, Thomas W. 
McKeown, Patricia Jo 150,165, 

186,330,78,51,128,169 
McKie, Jodene 155,233 
McKim, Irvin Leroy 201,353 
McKiney, Roger C. 
McKinley, George M. 
McKinnon, David M. 315 
McKnight, Gary Ray 315 
McKnight, Melvin Rex 293,119, 

120,123,129 
McKnight, Robert Lee 191,293 
McKone, Bonnie Jean 
McLaughlin, Lynn P. 187,330 
McLean, Garry Lee 191,253,330 
McLean, James T. 191,293 
McLellan, James R. 
McLennan, Joanna 
McMaster, David Kent 293 
McMillan, Katharine J. 153,170, 

315,97,233,101,118 
McMillen, James S. 
McMillian, Larry Dale 353 
McMurray, Thomas Joe 330 
McMurtry, Ivan F. 
McNamee, Betty Jo 
McNamee, Michael A. 
McNaughton, David A. 303 
McNealey, James C. 353 
McNeel, Donald Edwin 353 
McNiff, Peter John 199,293,184, 

260 
McNinch, Kip Rost 353 
McNulty, Michael T. 315,119,123 
McNutt, Sara Jean 
McPhee, Albert E., Jr. 353 
McPherson, David Lee 303 
McPherson, Susan F. 157,168,330 



McQuade, Frank E. 

McRae, Karene Kathy 153,187, 

315,220 
McWhinnie, James K. 116 
McWilliams, David Lee 293,111, 

112 
McWilliams, Donald W. 315 
Mabery, William C. 354 
Mabie, Richard E. 
Macey, Charles George 
Machelski, James M. 
Mack, Joseph M., Jr. 352 
Mack, Lester Joseph 91 
MacLachlan, Linda 
Macy, Jon David 191,352 
Maddock, Harry Earl 
Mader, James Irvin 352 
Madia, David Dean 246,184,182 
Maffei, Kathryn F. 
Magill, Clyde R., Jr. 
Magill, Gary Allen 203,315,121 
Mahar, Philip Michael 352 
Mahoney, Patrick J. 
Main, Thomas Hosie 352 
Majors, Sandra Lynn 155,352 
Majors, Sharon Lea 155,167,315, 

101,118,169 
Makela, Reino Carl 352 
Maki, Edward Lee 315 
Makie, Gary Ellis 
Maley, Howard Barton 199,292, 

88 
Malloy, William Henry 117 
Mally, Carol Lee 352 
Malm, Kendrick Elmer 
Malstrom, Allen Jr. 
Malven, John Holloway 
Mamalis, Mary 330 
Manatos, Andrew E. 352 
Manatos, Virginia Ann 352 
Mandis, Georgia Irene 220 
Mangis, Richard Ray 
Mangus, Patricia 292,220,93 
Manhart, Joseph L. 303 
Mannone, Louie Jack 315,111 
Mantey, Erving W. 292,38 
Manthey, James Edward 
Manthey, John Patrick 
March, Janell Rae 352,101 
March, Kay Lenore 292,100 
Marcy, Barbara Jean 
Margheim, Larry E. 352 
Marians, Jean Ann 353 
Marick, Nicholas J. 
Marion, David 330, 251 
Marion, Jerry R. 353 
Marker, John Thomas 353 
Marker, Robert L. 

Markley, Lewis Edgar 201,330,128 
Marks, Mary Elizabeth 330,100 
Marks, Samuel F., Ill 330,1 17 
Marks, William D. 
Marlow, David Joe 
Marr, Dargan H., Jr. 292 
Marr, Sharron Alene 
Marsh, Dennis Everett 201,330 
Marsh, Joyce Elaine 
Marsh, Neal Leland 315,109,123 
Marshall, David C. 353 
Marshall, J. Robert 199,315,82, 

80,103 
Marshall, James B. 203,353 
Marshall, Lucille May 
Marshall, Marilyn J. 330,91 
Marshall, Sandra Jill 150,157,292, 

88 
Marshall, Todd Bjorn 203,353 
Marston, Burton W. 
Martell, David Walter 
Martin, Bobbie Jo 157,330,232 
Martin, Bruce Arthur 116 
Martin, Claudia L. 99 
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Martin, Detra Lou 

Martin, Donald Duane 353 

Martin, Donna J. 163 

Martin, Dorothy May 353 

Martin, Jay Warren 260 

Martin, John Charles 353 

Martin, Kenneth Allen 

Martin, Michael James 353 

Martin, Paul Leonard 

Martin, Richard Roy 201,353 

Martin, Sandra 315 

Martinez, George C, Jr. 

Martinsen, Gunnar S. 

Marymee, Jessie E. 

Mason, Brian Gillis 315,99,109 

Mason, Emma Louise 315,115 

Mason, Gerald Ray 

Masse, Roger Emmett 330 

Massie, Ann Lurye 353 

Massie, John Samuel 205,353 

Masters, Laraine J. 

Matejovitz, Mary Ann 292 

Mather, Rex Leon 353 

Mathews, Jay C. 353 

Mathiesen, Donna Gay 315,101, 

114 
Matney, Dan Royce 303,102 
Matt, Edith Ann 315 
Matteson, David R. 292 
Matteucci, Alex Pete 102 
Mattfeldt, Nancy L. 292 
Mattheus, Kenneth E. 353 
Matthew, Harry Lee 315 
Matthews, Craig Allen 
Matthews, Gary David 201,330, 

180 
Matthews, Richard T. 
Matthews, Thomas R. 
Matthews, William D. 
Mattinson, Donald J. 
Mattinson, Ralph C. 
Mattocks, Randall G. 
Mattson, Suzanne 153,315,42 
Mauch, Dee F. 35 
Mauk, Samuel Chester 292,47,88, 

119,120,122,125 
Maulsby, Benjamin L. 292 
Maurath, Steven E. 189,330,180 
Maushak, Linda Ruth 330,106 
Mavrakis, George Paul 330 
Maxey, Donald Boyd 
Maxfield, Thomas H. 205,353 
May, Jerry Porter 92 
Mayer, John Osborn 315 
Mayland, Delores C. 157,354,95 
Mayne, Don Terrell 
Mead, S.J. Carol 331 
Meats, Sharon Rae 1 06 
Medeiros, Jon George 
Medlock, Robert L. 331,109 
Meek, Louis F. 303 
Meek, Roberta Viola 
Megeath, Joe Dale 
Meggers, Lawrence F. 331 
Meka, Lana Kaye 293 
Meka, Mark Julian 
MeKeel, William Leroy 303,102 
McKelburg, Gary Alan 331,256, 

258 
Melander, Gary Lee 304 
Meldrum, Mary Louise 315,93 
Melonuk, Evelyn Marie 1 55 
Melonuk, Robert Mead 189,293, 

354 
Melton, Frances L. 163,293 
Melton, Roger Henry 293,101 
Memmelaar, Herman K. 253 
Mendenhall, Robert D. 
Mendicino, V. Frank 199,44,88, 

221 
Menghini, Annette M. 315,172, 

225 
Menkin, Richard Lee 354 



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Mercer, Carolyn Sue 

Mercer, John F. 

Merchen, Willard L. 

Meredith, James D., 

Meroney, James P., 

Merrill, Mary Louise 

Merry, Ray Del 

Mers, Gary Lee 203,354 

Merten, Peter James 203,354 

Mesa, Ralph R. 293 

Messimer, Linda E. 354 

Messing, Alan Wallace 199 

Messinger, Richard J. 

Metzger, Linda Joyce 315,106 

Meyer, Harold Albert 

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Joe Borsch 293 

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Thomas Wood 191,118 
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les, Mary Jeanne 354 

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Mar, John Wellwood 

Hard, C. Ronald 293 

Hard, Leo Chester 

Her, Cheryl Lynne 

David Warren 195,315 
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Gary Eldon 

Genna Mae 354,97,101 

Jessie L. 315 

JoAnna Loie 

John Alan 102,293 

Larry M. 354 

Lavelle E. 293 

Major Frank 191,293 

Marilyn E. 96,106,315 

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Roland F. 31,354 

Sharon Kay 315,354,93 

Stewart Ross 207,293 

Ted R. 293 

Terry Paul 

William Breck 
lliman, Lloyd E., Jr. 
lis, John Drapier 293 
llsap, Elizabeth K. 
Ilward, Sharon Lee 163,304 
Iner, Earl Leroy 205,331,107 
Iner, Robert R., Jr. 199 
Ines, Annette llene 31 
Iton, Donald Eugene 354 
nister, Fred C. 191 
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Minshall, David Ray 189,331 

Miracle, Brian Floyd 

Mirth, Richard A. 304,119,123 

Miskimins, Laurell 

Mitchell, Hazel A. 

Mitchell, Laura Lee 293 

Mitchell, Susan G. 354 

Mitch, Lawrence W. 304 

Miyake, George 

Mizell, Joseph C. 

Mizner, Kenneth R| 207,37 

Mobley, Jackie Gray 354 

Moe, Ruth Ellen 

Moewes, David S. 

Mohamed, Farida I. 

Mohr, Mary Johanna 163,315,101 

Mohr, Thomas Amandus 191,294 

Moine, Clifford Neal 

Moine, Judith Ann 159,331,105 

Molina, Samuel B. 

Molinet Fausto E., Jr. 201,294 

Moncur, James Earl T. 315 

Moniz, Glenn William 354 

Monkvic, John Anthony 294 

Montgomery, Betty Jo 157,354 

Montgomery, Henry E. 354 

Moody, Sharon Eilene 

Moon, Laurence 

Mooney, John Edward '315,316 

Moore, Alvo Comer 

Moore, Beverly Dee 354,227 

Moore, Dan Dimmock 208,99 

Moore, Dennis Frank 

Moore, Emily Mae 101 

Moore, Gene Arnold 3 1 5 

Moore, Gerald Blaine 189,116,118 

Moore, James E., Jr. 354 

Moore, Janice Rae 354 

Moore, Jean Carol 100 

Moore, John Darrell 331 

Moore, Leann Johnson 315 

Moore, Linda Ann 149,165,331, 

42 
Moore, Lonny Joe 
Moore, Mary Margaret 157,354, 

228 
Moore, Thomas Duane 315,355 
Moore, Thomas Dwane 
Moorehead, Ralph W. 304 
Moorling, Alan Eugene 
Moran, Rodes 331 
Morck, Arnold Hugh 331 
Morck, Carl A. 304,102 
Morck, Fabienne Aimee 315 
Mordock, Larry W. 354 
More, James Edward 
Moreland, Margaret V. 
Morell, Dennis P. 195,315 
Mores, George Anthony 
Mores, Michael Gus 315 
Moretti, Edyth Joline 315,93 
Morey, Ronald Lee 315 
Morgan, Edward A. Jr. 116 
Morgan, Stephen Dow 354 
Morgen, Brian Harold 354 
Morikawa, Stephen K. 331 
Morrical, Ellen E. 304 
Morris, Larry Paul 
Morris, Maynard B. 313,126 
Morris, Rodney Wayne 253,331 
Morris, Rose Eileene 354 
Mortenson, Charles T. 
Morton, Reta Lucinda 354 
Moser, Ned Daniel 354 
Moser, Robert Ralph 
Moses, George Q. 304, 1 1 3 
Moses, Joyce Elaine 331,68 
Mott, Allen Carroll 331 
Mott, Graham McLarem 
Motzko, Mary Jean 1 14 
Moya, Manuel Ernest 33,116 
Moyer, John Lane, Jr. 207,316 
Much, Gary Ray 



380 



Mucho, Richord Gory 201,331 
Mudrow, Richord E. 
Mueller, Elizabeth A. 355,105 
Mueller, John F. 201,294,200, 

88,178,97,46,1 10 
Mueller, Paul M. 
Mueller, William A. 316,104 
Mulcahy, William W. 191,355 
Mulholland, Evart E. 294,120,124 
Mullally, Robert R. 
Mullens, David Glenn 191 
Mullison, Dean Royce 
Munori, Anton Clement 
Munger, Rollin Nelson 
Munkres, Franklin D. 
Munn, Patricia Anne 153,316,97, 

98 
Munsell, Kathryn Lynn 
Munson, Carolyn Holt 355 
Munson, Gene Deer 294 
Munson, Paul Herbert 
Murdock, James M. 199,331 
Murdock, Karen Mary 294 
Murdock, Sharon Jean 
Murdock, Thomas C. 
Murphy, Bert Larkin 
Murphy, Donald Jerry 316,355 
Murphy, Joseph Gerard 
Murphy, Kathleen L. 163,167,316, 

108,118,129 
Murphy, Kenneth Lee 33 
Murphy, Kevin Edwin 294,91 
Murphy, Patrick J. 331 
Murphy, Randall Kent 191,253, 

331,47,178 
Murray, Donald Wayne 203,316 
Murray, Keith Davis 316 
Mydland, Elmer Milton 294 
Myer, Margaret Lynn 
Myers, Charles M. 
Myers, Frederick L., IV 

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Nagel, Robert Wells 203 
Nair, Jane Summers 355 
Nair, Ward Melvin 
Napper, Charlene Ann 
Napuunoa, Sergeant H. 355 
Nash, Allan Dale 94 
Nash, Jerry Wayne 316 
Nasir, Ghulam Ahmad 304 
Naviaux, Sandra L. 355 
Naylor, Edith Anne 355 
Nazari, Safar M. 103 
Neal, Lawrence Adam 207,331 
Neal, Thomas Wendell 
Neeley, Janet Sue 316 
Neff, Jerry Allen 91 
Neff, Monroe Carson 
Neighbors, Nancy Tate 
Neighbors, Thomas C. 
Neiler, William David 
Neilson, David Thomas 355 
Nein, Bernadette E. 165,355 
Nelson, Dallas Austin 
Nelson, Douglas Van 199,355 
Nelson, Edwin Lee 355 
Nelson, Ella Wave 
Nelson, Jerry Lynn 
Nelson, Kathleen B. 331 
Nelson Kennard F. 
Nelson, Martha M. 304 
Nelson, Nels A., Ill 199 
Nelson, Osea Charles 
Nelson, Patricia Ann 
Nelson, Peter Marvin 191,355 
Nelson, Sylvia Ann 
Nelson, Thomas A. 
Nettleblad, Christine 355 
Nettles, Michael L. 355 
Neugebauer, Judith A. 331 
Neville Winifred S. 
Newberg, Sharon Rae 355 



Newcomer, Carole Rae 155,331 
Newell, John Robert 
Newman, Vern LaRue 

S Newton, Virginia Kay, 42 
Nicholls, James M. 
Nicholls, James Rex 
Nicholls, Richard D. 355 
Nichols, Ezra Harvey 
Nichols, Frank Albert 
Nichols, Geoffrey E. 316 
Nicholson, Charles J. 189,355 
Nick, Madaline Eldred 
Nickeson, Steven Kyle 
Nicky, John M., Jr. 316 
Nicoll, Bruce Larson 
Nicoll, Donnell Bea 97,98,100, 

117,153,316 
Nicoll, Gerald Allen 
Nield, Linda Kay 100,316 
Nielsen, Larry Lee 121,316 
Niermann, Karl Edward 304 
Nighswonger, Leonard 316 
Nightwine, William H. 
Niland, Timothy Jack 
Nimmo, Barry William 355 
Nimmo, David Bruce 124,354 
Nimmo, Robert A. 316 
Nishi, Clark Dean 355 
Nixon, Charles R. 
Noah, Carolyn Sue 294 
Noah, William Fred 294 
Noecker, Robert Leroy 
Nolan, Patrick Roy 355 
Noland, Donald Andrew 123 
Norcorss, David C, Jr. 191,294 
Nordin, Daniel Edward 91,331 
Norman, Derrell C. 331 
Norman, Donald Lloyd 203,294 
Norman, William Dean 
North, Gary John 331,95 
Northen, Rebecca T. 114 
Northrup, Galen Myrl 
Northup, Lola Lee 355 
Nousi, Tim John 331,99 
Novak, James Robert 
Novicoff, Owen Stuart 
Novy, George John 
Nowlin, Ethel Allyene 
Numoto, Michiko 100 
Numoto, Yoshiko 294 
Nunn, John Robert 355,35 
Nye, Thomas Allen 355 
Nye, William Gore 199 
Nygaard, Anna Beth 
Nygaard, Mary Esther 355 
Nykaza, Jennetta A. 316 
Nystrom, Ronald E. 316,37 



Oakes, Kenneth K., Jr. 355 
Oberst, Robert John 102 
O'Brien, Kathleen Ann 355 
O'Brien, Marjorie A. 159,355 
O'Brien, Terrence Leo 304 
O'Connell, Delmer J. 
O'Connor, James Howard 304,35 
O'Connor, James Lee 355 
O'Connor, Susan Irene 161,316 



O'Day, Mary Anne 
Odegard, Hazel H. 
O'Dell, Earl Douglas 
O'Dell, Nita Moses 
O'Donnell, Robert F. 
Oelrich, Margaret Ann 
Officer, Mary E. 355 
Ogasawara, Arlene M. 
Ogden, Dennis Lewis 
Ogden, Gwen Elaine 
Ogg, Alex Grant, Jr. 
Ogg, Matthew James 
Ohlinger, Mary Joan 
Ohlinger, Orren Hayes 
O' Kelly, Norman Leroy 



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Olander, Martha Jean 101,294 

Olds, Edgar Boyd 191,355 

Olds, Mary Nance 355 

Olds, Richard William 207,331 

O'Leary, Albert Edmund 

Oleson, John Raymond 95 

Oliphant, David L. 

Oliver, Gerald Synn 356 

Olsen, Carolyn Rae 356 

Olsen, Glen H., Jr. 356 

Olsen, James Anton 316 

Olsen, James Theodore 304 

Olsen , Patricia Anne 

Olson, Alan Everett 

Olson, Charles Darryl 294,123,125 

Olson, Dennis John 199,356 

Olson, Gary Francis 

Olson, Irisa S. 

Olson, Linda Mae 98,101,155,316 

Olson, Martin George 203,356 

Olson, Paul Custer 356 

Olson, Raylin James 201 

Olson, Robert Dan 316,102 

Olvey, Nancy Anne 

O'Mahar, Monica F. 161,331 

O'Mahoney, Denis A. 331 

O'Melia, Patricia Beth 

O'Melia, Sharon 165,187,293,42 

Omohundro, John R. 

Ondler, Ronald Joesph 316 

O'Neil, Jerry James 37 

O'Neil, Judith Anne 

O'Neill, Judy Marilyn 

Ono, Linda Hisaye 294,1 1 1 

O'Quinn, Richard C. 356 

Oram, Robert Stanley 

Ore, Henry Thomas 

Ornelas, Anastacio D. 

Ornelas, John Patrick 294,121 

Orr, Gary Herring 

Orr, Mary Ray 163,187,316,43 

Orr, Roberta Helen 331 

Ortega, Phyllis A. 356 

Ortega, Robert Eugene 

Orth, Geneva G. 

Osborn, Lynda Lee 157,356,96 

Osborne, Clifford R. 294,266 

Osborne, Gary Ray 33 1 

Osgard, Carole M. 155,294,154 

Ostermeier, Arthur L. 331 

Ott, Marvin Gerald 189,316 

Oursler, Clari Neil 

Owen, David Lane 

Owen, David Lee 316 

Owen, Wendell F. 294 

Owens, Dale Lee 

Owens, William M. 

Oxley, Harry Scott, Jr. 

Oxley, Helen Harriet 

Oydna, Tunney James 304 



Paananen, Orman H. 

Pacheco, Janet 331 

Padget, Sharon Louise 356,100 

Padgett, Sherrill J. 

Padilla, Kate 356,91 

Page, Marilyn Joyce 316,108,115 

Page, Mason Jen 

Painter, Donald Lee 

Palen, Gene Raymond 

Palen, Jerry Joseph 356 

Palmer, Gary Lee 205,294,47,88, 

116 
Parmer, Paul Martin 356 
Panek, Karen Lynn 161,170,356 
Pang, Yew Kwok 
Pantalone, Roger Ray 356 
Park, Christopher S. 
Park, Ronald R. 304 
Parker, Anita Kathryn 
Parker, Forrest A. 
Parker, Harold Holt 



381 



Parker, Lura C. 356,93 

Parker, Randolph S. 

Parker, Robert, III 331,92 

Parkins, Leonard C. 

Parrill, Dwight R. 331 

Parry, Robert Burns 

Parry, Russell K. 332 

Parsoneault, Phyllis 

Parsons, Gwendolyn G. 356 

Parsons, Joyce Nadine 316,101 

Parsons, Margaret A. 356 

Parsons, Richard B. 36 

Parsons, William Dean 316 

Partridge, Helen 356,93 

Parulekar, Manohar R. 

Patik, Dolores Diane 157,187, 

316,225 
Patrikis, William A. 294 
Patterson, Barbara J. 356 
Patterson, Dean 229 
Patterson, Herman R. 356 
Patterson, Willis Ray 195,356 
Patton, David Hugh 
Patton, James C. 
Paul, Jon Hubert 332 
Paul, Peer Hunbert 103,316,121 
Paul, Peter Dale 356 
Pauli, Adam Clemens 356 
Paulus, Alixe Claire 294 
Paul-Wilcox, Iris Joan 8182,85, 

316 
Pawlish, Thomas A. 356 
Payne, Glenn Leroy 316 
Payne, Janet Smith 
Payne, Sarah D. 43,91,165,232, 

316,237,216 
Pearson, John Duane 
Pearson, Keith Allen 356 
Pearson, Warren W. 
Peart, Sally Joleen 
Pebley, Orville Lee 332 
Peck, Donald Erick 199,145 
Peil, Patricia Helen 317,101 
Peilton, Carolyn L. 356 
Peixoto, David E. 
Pelton, Helen Parker 
Pendleton, Bonnie E. 
Pendleton, Richard V. 294 
Pendley, Darrell W. 317,100 
Pendley, Jo Anne 317,100 
Penman, Judy Lynn 356 
Pennington, James W. 
Pense, Gloria Jean 317,100 
Penson, Doris G. 356,94 
Pentecost, Benlee A. 356 
Perkins, Edward H. 317,121 
Perlmutter, David L. 356 
Perrella, Anthony J. 207,317,121, 

129 
Perrine, Nancy Sue 317,96 
Perry, William S. 
Persha, Michael A. 
Perue, Frances R. 332 
Perue, Norman Kenneth 
Perue, Ronald Arnold 
Peryam, Alan Wilson 356 
Peryam, Virginia Sue 
Peternell, Carl Wayne 356 
Peters, Arlan R. 
Peters, Larry Edward 201,332 
Peters, Leonard Paul 332 
Petersen, James Owen 
Petersen, Mary Jean 332 
Petersen, Phillip N. 191,294 
Peterson, Aksel W. 332 
Peterson, Dennis Jon 356 
Peterson, Hazel L. 
Peterson, Helen L. 101 
Peterson, Jon F. 332 
Peterson, Lance G. 304,94 
Peterson, Paul Edward 
Peterson, Reider S. 304 
Petranovich, Mada J. 97 



Petres, Veronika Mary 332,233 
Petrie, Walter Herman 332 
Pettus, William F. 295,101 
Pexton, John Edward 193,317,89, 

178,46,104 
Pfaff, Carolyn Dale 155,332 
Pfannebecker, Gary D. 
Pfeiffenberger, John 356,91 
Pfrangle, Louis E. 182 
Philbrick, Jim R. 356 
Phillippe, Ross W. 295 
Phillips, John S. 109 
Phillips, Richard C. 332 
Phillips, William H. 
Phillips, Sandra L. 317,101 
Phillips, William R. 295 
Picard, Ardis Ann 304 
Picard, Jon Raymond 356 
Picard, Kay Hirsig 
Picard, Vincent Verl 295,102 
Pickett, Lloyd C. 
Pickett, William C. 
Pickett, Robert John 
Pierantoni, Dale Rory 195,317 
Pierqntoni, Louise J. 356 
Piersall, Grady C. 33,295 
Piersall, Rush C, Jr. 356 
Pietala, Arnold Emil 
Pilch, Marilyn Lenore 157,295 
Pindell, Verlyn M. 332 
Pinegar, Douglas W. 
Pingetzer, Margaret J. 332 
Pinther, Cynthia Sue 94,356 
Pitcher, Kenneth A. 
Pitt, Mary Monaghan 
Pittman, Richard W. 
Pivik, Karl Franklin 356 
Pivik, Rudolph Terry 
Piz, Jacqueline M. 
Plancher, Henry 
Piatt, Nadine Ann 3332 
Piatt, Ronald Ralph 201,317 
Plumb, Margaret L. 
Plunkett, John Joseph 332 
Plunkett, Mary A. 89,166,295 
Plunkett, Mary Anne 161,168, 

187,352 
Poehler, Lloyd C. 

Poelma, Joseph James 332,91,117 
Pogel, Nancy Helen 
Poitras, Carolee L. 356 
Ponder, Margaret E. 153,356 
Ponder, Mary Frances 1 53,232,42 
Pontillo, John Edward 356,91 
Poole, Ralph Beal 304 
Pope, David Harvey 1 25 
Popeck, Stanley John 
Porter, Donald A., Jr. 317 
Porter, George Howard 
Porter, John Schuyler 191,357 
Porter, Linda Marie 163,187,332, 

80,98 
Portwood, Michele Ann 157,170, 

281,356,80 
Posz, Mary Lee 
Potter, Frank Newcomb 357 
Potter, Frederick R. 
Potter, Jo Ann Onisto 3 1 7 
Potter, Nancy Jane 
Potter, Pauline Marie 332 
Potter, Wilbur Hugh 357 
Pouttu, Bent John 317 
Powell, Beverly Jean 317 
Powell, Linda Lou 93 
Powell, Margaret S. 
Powell, William H. 
Powers, Sandra Lee 357 
Pradere, John Martin 332 
Prahl, Diann Maxine 155,357,101 
Prahl, Ralph Downing 
Pratka, Allen Joseph 
Preskorn, John M. 
Prevedel, Alfred L. 317,117 



Prevo, Daniel T. 357 

Price, Earl Larry 

Price, Hayden John, Jr. 332,180, 

97 
Price, James Byron 197,332 
Price, James Robert 295 
Price, John Richard 191,184,182 
Pringle, Homer L., Ill 
Prior, Roy Ernest 332 
Pritz, Clement Edward 357 
Pro, Gary Francis 91,357 
Proctor, Jill 101,97,155,357 
Profaizer, Aldo Henry 
Profaizer, Rudolph H. 119,122, 

125,295,357 
Proffit, Larry Mac 92,121 
Prosser, Alden H. 105,191,332 
Prostel, Edward 
Prostel, Irmgard 
Prout, William John 252 
Prowell, Billie C, II 332 
Pryde, Coralie Anne 295 
Puett, John Robert 
Pugh, Allen Gene 
Pugh, Walter Lee 305 
Pundareekakshudu, K. 305 
Putnam, Edward F. 332 
Putz, Carl Anton 
Puzuhanich, June S. 93,332 
Pysanczyn, Roman P. 
Pysklo, Francis Carl 



Quinlivan, Leo P. 90 
Quinn, Donald David 248,184 
Quinn, Jacquelyn Y. 
Quintana, Mary J. 317,91 

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Raben, Marilyn Kay M. 305 
Rabou, Edward Warren 193,295, 

192,89,104 
Rabou, William Rodger 317 
Radakovich, Dan 100 
Radakovich, Don 
Rader, Charles H., Jr. 
Rader, Rita Rey 91 
Rader, Richard Arthur 357 
Radford, John Royce 
Radosevich, George E. 357 
Radosevich, Wilbert A. 195,249, 

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Ragland Ralph Vernon 332 
Rajender, Syamala 
Rail, John Griffith 
Rames, Katherine K. 
Ramsay, Dillwyn H. 295 
Ramsey, James Keith 201,357 
Ramsey, Verna Marie 332, 1 03 
Ramsey, Virginia Dean 103 
Rand, Pamela Lois 163,115 
Rankin, Lowell David 197,357 
Rannells, Kathleen J. 357,106 
Ranta, Duane William 191,357, 

103 
Raper, Thomas J. 126 
Rapp, Carl William 201,332 
Rapp, Fritz Frank 295 
Rapp, Helen Eulalia 357 
Rardin, Donald Roger 201 
Rardin, Thomas John 201 
Rasmussen, Carolyn A. 
Rasmussen, Loren Lee 1 09 
Ratliff, Nancy Lee 
Ratliff, Terry Lou 
Ratliff, Tobin Lucas 
Roup, Barbara Lois 357,111 
Ravis, James Clifford 
Ray, Joan Wilkinson 
Read, Betty Joan 357,106 
Read, Cherrie Mae T. 
Ready, Karen Kay 161,357 
Reeling, Charles Olan 189,317 



382 



Reaves, Virginia Ann 
Rebuck, Judy Ann 357 
Reckling, Carol Beth 295 
Record, Jerry Lee 116 
Redding, Beatrice Ann 357 
Redding, Carl James 
Redding, Larry L. 332 
Redding, Sharon Kay 332,171,99, 

169 
Reed, Charles Craven 
Reed, Charles Joseph 119,122,126 
Reed, Frederic Clark 332,178,180, 

107 
Reed, Gary Leigh 295 
Reed, H. David 203,317 
Reed, Harry Roy 253 
Reed, Helen Louise 
Reed, Mortimer P., Ill 357 
Reed, Sharon Dee 165,186,333, 

233 232 
Reed, Thomas Duane 201,357 
Reese, Doris Lucille 
Reeve, Kathryn Louise 1 63, 1 86, 

129 
Reeves, Dorothy Faye 357,106 
Reeves, Glennita Jean 333 
Reeves, Irma M. 317,101 
Reeves, Jimy Lawrence 295,119, 

120,123 
Reeves, Patricia G. 
Reeves, Robert Allen 
Regel, Janis Maureen 232 
Rehfuss, Jerry Noel 295,71,75,117 
Reichbornk, Jennerud S. 295 
Reid, James Edward 357 
Reid, Jane Kindschi 
Reid, Reford G. 
Reid, Robin Stuart 
Reifel, Roger Leo 201,295 
Reilly, Margaret E. 
Reilly, Ross Calvin 
Reinhart, David T. 
Reinhold, Richard D. 
Renneisen, Arthur 357 
Renner P. Yvonne 357 
Rennick, Robert D. 
Rentto, Mary Louise 153,317,106 
Rentz, Philip Loyall 
Replogle, Richard Guy 
Repp, Peggy Lawrene 3 1 7 
Restivo, Mary Jeanne 
Restivo, Thomas E. 
Revell, William R. 
Reynolds, Charlotte A. 333,117 
Reynolds, Edward F. 333,111 
Reynolds, Gene Evans 333 
Reynolds, Margaret E. 357 
Reynolds, Stanley S. 333 
Rezabek, Frankie B. 
Rezayee, Mohammad A. 
Rhoads, Samuel Edward 
Rhodes, Garry Stephen 
Rhodes, Thomas Reed 3 1 7 
Rice, Robert James 358 
Rice, Sharon Sue 159,333,98 
Richard, Larry D. 
Richards, David S. 317 
Richards, Robert C. 201,295 
Richardson, Elizabeth D. 358,94, 

106 
Richardson, Louis R. 
Richardson, Noel Mack 
Richardson, Randolph 333,254, 

255,257 
Richmond, Karl Leon 
Rickert, Lyle John 199,317,89, 

178,37,179,79,64,118 
Ricketts, James Edgar 357 
Ricketts, Wadetta Kae 150,153, 

1 68,28 1 ,333,23 1 ,230,80,232,42, 

238,216 
Rickman, Floyd T. 
Ridge, Russell Alan 



Ridley, Dennis Kay 

Riedel, Mary Ann 358,232 

Riedl, Richard Royse 333,109 

Riemenschneider, A. L. 

Riemenschneider, N. M. 

Rietz, Clara Ann 333 

Rife, Wayne Allan 358 

Rigg, Royllyn Ray 

Riggan, Marilynn May 161,333 

Riker, Jack Duane 

Rikmanis, Edgar A. 

Rillahan, Terry Dan 317 

Riner, Gorry Dean 

Ringley, Thomas Leroy 295 

Risberg, Earl Rodney 295 

Riske, Jack Raymond 199,333, 

180 
Riveland, Andrew A. 305 
Rizzi, Lynn Alberta 358 
Roath, Ellena Anne 358 
Robb, William Allan 
Robbins, Bennett B. 201,295,122, 

126 
Robbins, Edgar Gary 
Robbins, Linda F. 
Robbins, Myrna Lynn 333,358 
Robbins, Patricia B. 358,193 
Robbins, Philip B. 201,358 
Roberts, Alfred L. 
Roberts, Doris Eileen 
Roberts, James M. 305,102 
Roberts, James Wesley 358,94 
Roberts, Jon Guy 207,333,180 
Roberts, Joseph A. 102 
Roberts, Larry M. 333 
Roberts, Leroy A. 358 
Roberts, Louise A., Jr. 
Roberts, Stephen F. 
Roberts, Susan M. 
Roberts, Terry Mason 191,358 
Robertson, Kathleen 333 
Robertson, Robert D. 295 
Robeson, James Josef 
Robnette, Roy C, Jr. 305 
Robinson, Cynthia B. 157,358 
Robinson, Flynn James 255,257, 

258,274 
Robinson, Gary Dean 
Robinson, Gerald Lee 205,358 
Robinson, Hazel L. 
Robinson, Herman 317 
Robinson, Jay Charles 333 
Robinson, Richard C. 
Robinson, Roberta M. 
Robinson, Sandra Lee 358 
Robinson, Sandra Lynn 
Robison, Craig Leon 317,92 
Robison, Judith Jo 155,358 
Roby, James David 295 
Rochelle, William A. 197,333,91 
Rochlitz, Kenneth Lee 89,184,206, 

182 
Rodda, Thomas 203,317,116 
Roderick, Keith L. 
Rodgers, William C. 295 
Roebuck, Constance H. 333,117 
Rogers, James Robert 
Rogers, Margarete E. 358 
Rogers, Martha Ann 165,333 
Rogers, William C. 207,333,111 
Rogers William M., Jr. 295 
Rohde, Theodore A. 91 
Ronlff, Frederick O. 358 
Rohn, Constance L. 161,358,43, 

232 
Rohn, Jean Ann 333 
Rohrback, John C. 199,358 
Rohrer, Bobby Dean 
Roice, Terry Gene 
Roll, Carol Jean 161,358 
Roll, Charles Edward 
Rollins, Kara Jane 296 
Rolph, Carol Ann 358 



Romek, Donald Earle 333 

Rooney, Kathryn E. 358 

Rose, Theodore George 358 

Rosenthal, Frank F. 296 

Rosenthal, Fredric W. 358 

Rosewarne, William M. 

Ross, Deane George H. 317 

Ross, Eugene Alan 

Ross, Gerald Wayne 305 

Ross, Rian Eugene 358 

Rossiter, Elizabeth W. 

Rotellini, Frank Pete 191,317 

Rothenberger, Stanley 

Rothstein, Joseph C. 

Rott, Nancy Jane 

Rottman, Robert C. 358 

Round, C. Allen 317 

Round, Eugene Lester 358 

Round, Robert T. 358 

Rounds, Keith 317 

Rounds, Ralph Wendell 296 

Rouse, Michael John 197 

Routson Eileen F. 

Rowe, Michael E. 317 

Rowland, Tracy Aaron 37,118 

Royal, Donna Lee 358 

Royal, Twila Dawn 

Royce, Neil H. 

Rozbicki, Zbigniew S. 

Rue, Thomas David 189,318 

Ruggera, Paul Stephen 91 

Ruhf, Laurence C. 

Rulli, Tonia C. 157,296,42,169 

Rumsey, Nancy Ann 

Runyan, Kenneth R. 296 

Runyan, Richard Allen 358 

Rusch, James Edward 

Rush, Cherry Ellen 

Rush, Robert Archie 318 

Rush, Ruth Grell 296 

Rushmore, Karen Kay 156,157, 

166,296,89 
Ruskanen, George R. 358 
Russell, Charles H. 
Russell, Janice Ann 
Russell, Linda Lee 333 
Rutledge, Tim E. 
Rutten, James Samuel 
Ryan, Jean Ruth 333,91 
Ryan, John Orvis 333 
Ryan, Marjory Anne 91 
Ryan, Patrick J. 
Ryan, Paul Michael 358 
Ryan, Sharon Ann 333,91 
Ryan, Victor A. 



Saathoff, Gordon Lee 296,120,124 

Saathoff, Judith H. 358 

Saban, Sam 

Sabo, Donald Antone 359 

Sabo, John- Charles 359 

Sabo, Mary Diana 358 

Sackett, Robert G. 

Sadighi, Ahmad 

Sadler, Robert Felix 359 

Sager, Elaine Vera 

Saini, Amrit Nath 103 

Sajkak, Richard James 

Sak, John Francis 359 

Sakoda, Ronald Akira 333 

Salas, Guevara Luis B. 359 

Saliba, John Charles 

Salim, Mitchell 108 

Salsbury, Fredrick V. 318,94,123 

Salsbury Judith M. 333 

Salvagio, Ronald D. 203,333,180 

Salvhus, Arvid M. 

Salvhus, Lorain Clark 296 

Salzman, Catherine E. 318,101 

Sams, Twila Ann 359 

Sanborn, Charles M., Jr. 

Sandberg, Robert W. 



383 



Sonde, Harvey Klaven 359 
Sande, Keith Murray 318 
Sandeno, Sharon M. 318,98,169 
Sandercederlof, R. 296 
Sanders, James Roane 359 
Sanders, Nancy A. 153,318,115 
Sandison, James K. 
Sandison, Robert W. 
Sandmore, Aquilina M. 
Sandmore, Peter Chase 
Sandoval, Barbara P. 159,359 
Sands, Jerry Donald 296 
Sandvig, Jerold Don 
Sanford, Kenneth G. 
Sanford, Pauline P. 296,108,115 
Sanford, Rudy E. 205,318,204 
Sankey, Terry Lee 199,357 
Sannes, Jeannette L. 161,333,97, 

101 
Sapienza, John S. 
Sargent, Anthony J. 122 
Sargent, Carol E. * 
Sargent, Mary Louise 
Sargent, William A. 
Sasse, Judy Kay 333,129 
Sather, Anna 318 
Sather, Robert M. 296 
Satterfield, Connie M. 163,318 
Sattler, Carol Joyce 318,359 
Sattler, Martin Greg 
Sauer, John Clark 
Savage, Kale Lawrence 
Savage, Linda Kay 157,318 
Savage, Robert Lloyd 203,359 
Sawyer, Vickie Lee 
Saxbe, Juliet Louise 359,227,232, 

98 
Scarlett, William, III 199,318 

Schaap, Charles M., II 333 

Schacht, Kay Kareen 155,359,97, 

101 
Schad, Carroll Joel 
Schad, Karolyn Kay 
Schad, Nacoal Y. 
Schaefer, Elmer N. 
Schaefer, Jay Dee 
Schaefer, Robert W. 359 
Schaeffer, Robert D. 
Schafer, Michael A. 195,318 
Schaffer, Polly Ellen 296 
Schamel, Raymond Del 333 
Schaneman, William D. 305,37 
Schaub, Russell Kay 359 
Scheer, Stanley M. 
Scheibel, Robert L. 203,318,37 
Schell, John Ernest 
Schenk, Dale Andrew 296 
Schepp, Anthony J. 
Scheuerman, Daniel L. 333 
Scheuerman, David L. 318 
Schiel, Douglas W. 318 
Schiller, Jean Ellen 359 
Schilling, James N. 296,184,91 
Schilt, Corky A. 191,318,178 
Schimmer, Richard Rex 
Schirk, Richard John 
Schlattman, James Lee 359 
Schlatter, Doris Lee 151,318,233, 

80 
Schlattman, Ronald D. 318,359 
Schlattmann, Sandra K. 98 
Schlegel, Clarence W. 305 
Schlesinger, Charles 
Schmachtenberger, R. 333 
Schmidt, Jerene Marie 
Schmidt, Jerry Lyle 359 
Schmidt, William L. 318 
Schmieding, James L. 95 
Schmitt, Charles P. 246 
Schmitz, Stanetta R. 
Schmunk, B. Jeanne 
Schneckloth, James L. 191,333 



Schneider, Gayleen S. 359,228, 
233,100 

Schneider, Judith A. 232,42 
Schneider, Roger W. 318,117 
Schneidmiller, R. P. 195,333 
Schoenburg, Stuart B. 102 
Schooley, John L., Jr. 318 
Schopf, John Ira 333 
Schott, Mary Lou 359,101 
Schroder, Harold E. 
Schroder, Robert W. 205,359 
Schrater, A. Faye 296 
Schreiner, Daniel N. 359,111 
Schreiner, Harlan D. 
Schroeder, Charles H. 359 
Schroer, Chester A. 296,122,125 
Shultz, Walter G., Jr. 197,359 
Schumacher, James R. 
Schuman, Gerald E. 359 
Schutte, Michael K. 248 
Schutza, Gilbert C. 305 
Schuyler, James P. 201,318,80, 

266 
Schwab, Maurine 
Schwartz, Joseph G. 
Schwartz, Lucienne C. 
Schwartz, Virginia L. 
Schwarz, David Gerard 
Schween, Richard L. 318 
Schwope, Michael I. 333 
Scott, Eddie Elmer 296,102 
Scott, Ernest Yale 
Scott, James Delwin 
Scott, John B. 199,333,180,103 
Scott, Lloyd G. 318 
Scott, Matilda Anne 333 
Scott, Richard E. 296 
Scott, Richard F. 201,359 
Scott, Ted William 
Scott, Thomas Allen 359 
Scott, Walter F., Jr. 203 
Scully John Dennis 
Scully, Leo P. 

Seabeck, Raymond J. 296,90 
Seaman, Charles F. 296,46,109, 

111 
Searcy, Jerry Wayne 296,37 
Sears, Robert James 296 
Seay, Gerald Stephen 333 
Sederstrom, Lowell O. 296,111, 

112 
Sedey, Donna Marie 333 
Sedey, James Louis 
Sedlacek, William Adam 95 
Seebaum, Carl Bernard 199,318, 

101,103 
Seely, James W. 
Seffker, Elsie Jane 
Seibert, Janet B. 
Seiler, Margaret Anne 
Seivert, Janice Jean 165,334 
Self, Alwynelle P. 
Selmer, Joan Alster 334,338,68, 

69,232 
Seltenrich, Jane Ruth 163,296,117 
Senter, Bill Bert 
Serdiuk, Theodore S. 318 
Seslar, Larry Philip 195,359 
Seslar, Paul Frances 
Settell, Carol Kay 359 
Severson, Kieth E. 
Sewell, Jefferson, Jr. 359 
Sexton, Stephen 
Shadoan, Ronald A. 318 
Shaeffer, Joan W. 161,232,334 
Shaeffer, Sharon Kay 
Shafer, John Melvin 
Shafer, John Norman 201,334 
Shaffer, Dianne L. 163,359 
Shaffer, Frank Roger 318,334 
Shaffer, William J. 203,296,89, 

178,33 
Shambaugh, Dennis O. 318 



Shaner, Thomas Ray 

Shapley, Edmond Ray 

Sharma, Tribeni Singh 305 

Shatzer, Jerry Rhea 296 

Shaw, Dean C. 359 

Shaw, Harold Ray 266 

Shaw, Russell Gene 

Shawver, Guy Edward 33,199,296 

Shearer, Claudia Lora 

Sheedy, Brian D., Jr. 37,197,296 

Sheehan, G. Kathleen 98,155,168, 

334 
Sheehan, Linda Lee 46,88,101, 

118, 160,297 
Sheets, William Bryan 
Shelby, Judith Rujene 128,159 
Shelden, Dorothy Roy 155,170, 

360 
Sheller, Phillip R. 103,199,297 
Shenefelt, Francis 360 
Shepard, Dickey Lee 107,150,159, 

334 
Shepard, Stephen 
Shepperson, Frank E. 
Shepperson, James L. 
Sherard, Anne Rae 108,115,118, 

129,165,167,318 
Sherbondy, Robert E. 
Sherfey, Raymond C. 318 
Sherman, Ajno Tollan 
Sherman, Daryl Keith 360 
Sherman, Richard Dean 199,360 
Sherman, Robert F. 
Sherwood, Patricia L. 
Shields, Tom Ed 
Shields, Vaughn Kay 
Shilling, Charles F. 
Shipp, Gary Wayne 360 
Shippy, Robert Carl 334 
Shotwell, Kathryn G. 
Showalter, Charles, Jr. 201,334 
Shubert, Arden Royce 334 
Shupe, Norman Charles 
Shwen, Sherri Sue 165,334 
Sibley, Dewitt S. 360 
Siebert, Ursula S. 36 
Sieglitz, Frank Edwin 203,360, 

103 
Sievers, Linda L. 
Siewerdsen, Nancy J. 334 
Sifferd, Michael Alan 334 
Siggins, Stanley D. 334 
Siirila, Victoria I. 
Silver, Joseph Lee 
Silver, Joyce C. 
Sim, Gordon Cole 360 
Sime, Isabella 360 
Simmons, Jo Ann 151,165,168, 

334,77,129,138 
Simmons, Richard J. 360 
Simola, Ted 
Simon, Gary John 
Simon, Robert Lee 
Simon, Thomas Anthony 
Simmons, Orren Charles 297,119, 

121 
Simonton, Juith E. 157,360 
Simpson, Charles H. 360 
Simpson, Jeanette L. 157,360,233 
Sims, Carol Ann 
Sims, Daniel Allen 334,92 
Sims, Jack Cornia 334,92 
Sims, Mary Patricia 161,334 
Sims, Nancy K. 163,297 
Sims, Ronald Frank 
Sims, Shirley Ann 318,193,115 
Sinclair, Craig Alan 199 
Sinclair, Leon R., Jr. 
Singh, Kharag Bahadur 305 
Singleton, Henry W. 
Singleton, James 297,122 
Sinha, Rajeshwar P. 305 
Sinon, James Edward 297,102 



384 



Siren, Anne Marie 165,167,168, 

318,82,234,91,76,114,118 
Sisson, Arnold Glen 297,119,121 
Skevington, Katherine 
Skibinski, Robert Lee 360 
Skiles, Patricia J. 334 
Skinner, David Duane 297 
Skinner, N. Sherwood 297,184, 

260,182 
Skow, John Carl 360 
Slack, Donald Carl 318,120,124 
Slade, Charlotte C. 
Slagle, Jack Ronald 
Slater, Julia M. 
Slater, Larry Howard 
Slater, Robert Irvin 
Slaughterbeck, Donald 119,122, 

126 
Sloan, Michael Thomas 
Smalley, John J. 207,334,180 
Smalley, Nancy C. 124 
Smallwood, Charlotte 360 
Smallwood, Weymon Rae 297 
Smidt, Hensmann John 191,297 
Smith, Alfred Bullard 
Smith, Beverly J. Lund 
Smith, Blake Thomas 
Smith, Bonnie 168,334,169 
Smith, Bonnie Lynn 159,321,360, 

94 
Smith, Bruce Dyfrig 334 
Smith, Cheri Waime 360 
Smith, Darryl William 201,318,37 
Smith, Donald L. 
Smith, Dwayne C. 
Smith, Elizabeth A. 
Smith, Franklin James 102 
Smith, Frederick W. 
Smith, Gary Robert 201,360 
Smith, Gordon Glenn 
Smith, Harry Bridges 297 
Smith, James Malcolm 334 
Smith, James Stafford 334 
Smith, Jay Baker 203,360 
Smith, Jeanne 360 
Smith, Jerry Mack 334 
Smith, John Ward 
Smith, Kathleen Ann 360,106,115 
Smith, Kathleen M. 159,334 
Smith Kathryn Ann 334 
Smith, Kieth Rogers 
Smith, Kveta Royce 
Smith, Lawrence J. 297 
Smith, Lendine Joyce 319 
Smith, Lola Kay 318 
Smith, Lynette Ruth 155,101,111, 

319 
Smith, Lynn Ellen 319 
Smith, Melton Laoel 191,252,334 
Smith, Michael Kerns 360 
Smith, Michael Louis 207 
Smith, Roger Bruce 319 
Smith Royal Cliff 297,122,125 
Smith, Stanley F. 319 
Smith, Sylvia Lynn 153,334 
Smith Thomas T. 305 
Smith, Tucker William 
Smith, Verne Edward 305 
Smith, Vernon Gayle 297 
Smith, Walter Clement 124 
Smylie, Lana K. 360 
Sneesby, David Jerome 103,360 
Snell, Carl Douglas 334 
Snider, Helen Ann 
Snidwong, Narongrid 
Snook, Neil Ward 
Snow, James Thomas 
Snyder, Lloyd Clark 334 
Snyder, Robert C. 319 
Solomon, George L. 199,297 
Soloman, Georgia Lee 
Somer, Perry Kay 167,319 
Somers, Kenneth D. 119,121 



Songtis, Prasert 

Soong, Chia Chu 

Sorensen, Gail 93,334 

Sorensen, Kay Joan 111,360 

Sorensen, Nancy L. 161,360 

Sorino, John Alfred 249 

Souder, Hugh Samuel 297,122,125 

Sovyak, Fred ' 297,122,126 

Sower, William Arthur 

Spongier, Daniel Roy 201 

Sparks, Leonard R. 253,297 

Spaulding, Lyman B. 103,199,334 

Spear, Jane Ellen 360 

Spear, Richard W. 199,334,103 

Spears, William Louis 297,94,109 

Speckner, Gail A. 319,172,91, 

169 
Speight, John Blain 305,102 
Speight, Sally K. S. 
Spence, Karen Lee 161,334 
Spence, Liter E., Jr. 
Spence, Thomas John 
Spencer, Frederick L. 203,360,111 
Spice, Charles G., Jr. 
Spicer, Gerald Alvin 184 
Spicer, William Lloyd 248 
Spiegllberg, Gary W. 
Spieles, Patrick R. 360 
Spiering, Rochelle F. 305 
Spino, Fred Pete 
Spires, Kenneth G. 250,334 
Spiss, Kathie Marie 150,159,334, 

98 
Spragg, Joyce Ann 360,94 
Spragg, Merwin Eugene 334,38 
Spratt, Charles R. 319 
Sprecher, James D., Ill 191,360 
Spriggs, Paul E., Jr. 191 
Springer, Alice Lucy 334 
Squires, George W. 245,247,248 
Squires, Rodney 334 
Stack, Dennis B. 360 
Stack, Frank H. 
Stacy, Karen Kay 
Stacy, Richard Allen 
Stafford, Charles B. 208 
Stagi, William R. 305 
Stahla, Edward Allen 334 
Stahla, Ronald August 297,119, 

121 
Stahly, William S. 334,104 
Staley, Gary Lee 201,360 
Stalick, Gerald A. 
Stallings, Galen D. 360 
Stanfield, Linda Ann 161,168,334 
Stanford, Dennis Joe 
Stanford, Sue 155,334,80,98 
Staniforth, Richard D. 191,334 
Staples, Dixon Bruce 319 
Stark, Norman C. 319 
Starks, Earl Lynn 297 
Starks, Ronald L. 360 
Starrs, James Henry 199,319 
States, Jack Sterling 319,100,110 
States, Jim Bruce 110 
Steadman, John W. 319,119,121 
Stearns, Rodney C. 199,335,103 
Stearns, Theodore R. 360,95 
Stebner, Ronald C. 297 
Steele, Constance G. 1 87,93 
Steele, Gordon Edward 
Steele, Wayne Edward 335 
Steen, Robert Palmer 201,335, 

178,180 
Steers, Bonnie Belle 335 
Steinbrech, James D. 360 
Steinbrech, John W. 
Steinhausen, Darrell 
Stellpflug, Nora Mae 
Stenner, Duane F. 360 
Stephenson, Merle Ann 360,223, 

233 
Stevens, Chancy Glenn 



Stevens, Diane 93 
Stevens, Larry Owen 
Stevens, Linda K. 360,228 
Stevens, Lynn James 205 
Stevens, Nelda Rae 360 
Stevns, Susan Stott 297 
Stevenson, Judith C. 
Stevenson, Robert B. 335 
Stevenson, Shirley A. 360 
Stevie, Thomas W., Jr. 360 
Stewart, Ann 

Stewart, Kay Louise 319 
Stewart, Robert E., Jr. 319 
Stewart, Ronald Earl 319 
Stewart, Thomas Wayne 191,297, 

33 
Stewart, William T. 
Stickley, Robert C. 297 
Stien, Howard Marvin 
Still, Daniel William 335 
Still, Maureen Alice 
Stilson, Bill Bert 
Stimson, Kenneth Lee 
Stingley, Gerald A. 
Stinner, Lee Edward 335 
Stinson, William F. 297 
Stockton, Robert J. 
Stoddard, Sally Ann 163,187,319, 

47,106,1 18,127,128 
Stokes, Milton Harlan 319 
Stolt, Robert Howard 361 
Stone, David Joseph 335,226 
Stone, Donald Harold 193,335 
Stoneman, Helen E. 335 
Storer, James Corby 199,335 
Storm, Melvin G. 335 
Storm, Michael James 361 
Storti, Robert F. 
Story, Janet Lynne 361 
Story, Leah Beth 335 
Stott, David Charles 
Stouffer, John R. 
Stouffer, Jon Clark 
Stout, Jennifer 165,335,226 
Stout, William Allan 197,335,180, 

111 
Strand, Helen Eileen 335 
Strannigan, Theo Ann 163,335, 

223,43,128 
Strasheim, Gene A. 
Strasheim, John Roger 361 
Straton, John R., Jr. 297,122,125 
Strauch, Harry Lee 193,298,104 
Strawn, William W., Jr. 319 
Strecker, Kenneth G. 
Stretter, Sandra Ruth 335,103 
Strieker, Larry Phil 
Strickland, Daniel, Jr. 319 
Strickling, Delbert L. 298,124 
Stritmatter, Ronald S. 361 
Stroble, Charles P. 
Strow, Richard Earle 
Struble, Judith Ann 159,361,98 
Stuart, Linis Lee 
Stuart, William J., Jr. 
Stubbs, Larry Edgar 298 
Stubson, Larry Ray 298 
Stubson, Lyle James 191 
Stucky, Michael E. 361 
Studer, Michael G. 
Stugart, Carol Ann 
Stugart, James W. 298 
Stump, Robert Eugene 
Sturdevant, David E. 
Sturdevant, Gayle V. 100 
Sturges, Sandra Jeane 
Sturholm, Carolyn Kay 150,165, 

281,319,77 
Stutzman, Roy Vernon 3 1 9 
Suchta, Sharon Lee 168,335,82,85 
Sudman, Albert T., II 191 
Sue, Richard Dale 195,298 
Sullenberger, Betsy S. 



385 



Sullivan, Daniel B. 277 

Sullivan, Eloise 

Sullivan, Michael J. 102 

Summerfield, Charles 

Summers, Harold Burke 335 

Sump, William Donald 319 

Sundberg, Diane L. 

Supon, Janet Marie 361,115 

Sutphin, Connie Rene 108,118 

Sutton, Gary Donald 361 

Sutton, William M. 

Suydam, Robert B. 

Suzuki, James Don 

Svendsen, Gary Thomas 361 

Swain, Barbara Jean 

Swain, Eleanor Marian 319 

Swain-, Ronnie James 361 

Swain, Vernon Horace 

Swan, Davis McKean 298 

Swanson, Lydia Louise 163,335,43 

Swanson, Roger Royal 201,361 

Swanson, Roland Ray 201,319 

Swanson, Terry Dean 335 

Swarts, Thomas P. 

Sweem, John Leroy 361 

Swendseid, Lowell R. 335 

Swenson, Lanny 92 

Swenson, Valdee .319 

Swift, Robert Allen 

Swift, Virginia Carol 335 

Sykes, Dudley E. 

Sylte, James Richard 335 

Szarzynski, Anthony J. 361,91 



Tadlock, Martin R., Jr. 
Toft, Marjory 
Taggart, Judith L. 
Taggart, Susan S. 361 
Tagnolli, Leon Ted 335 
Tait, Emma Jean 361,95 
Takach, Eugene Lewis 
Takach, JoAna Kay 361 
Talagan, Jeannie D. 
Talbot, Kevin Edward 1 1 6 
Taliaferro, Thomas S. 191,298 
Talmadge, Kenneth, Jr. 
Tamblyn, Charley R. 298,121 
Tammen, Thomas Harold 361 
Tanner, Lynn Reed 361 
Tanner, Richard Frank 199,335 
Tarpley, Elizabeth J. 335,94 
Tarter, John Robert 319 
Tarter, Nancy Ann 298,101,110 
Tate, Gayle Blair 201,361 
Tatham, Judith Lynn 335,91,101 
Tatham, Tom Edgar 
Tavegie, Dolores I. 
Taylor, Benja Fran 163,168,335, 

105,1 15,1 17 
Taylor, Dennis A. 100 
Taylor, Don John 361 
Taylor, Don Lynn 1 24 
Taylor, D. Michael 203,298 
Taylor, John Robert 
Taylor, Larry C. 298 
Taylor, Larry Jay 335,92,210 
Taylor, Lavoy Olney 
Taylor, Peter C. 361 
Taylor, William D. 
Teague, Charlene Kay 157,361, 

233,43 
Teale, Kerry Teressa 
Tebbutt, Gordon E. 305 
Tebow, Bill Joe 300 
Tecklin, Jerry 
Tedesco, Robert A. 
Temple, Kenneth L., Jr. 201,335 
Temple, Lynn Griffith 
Terry, James R., Jr. 
Tesh, Kendall Siebert 201,335 
Test, Rose Marie 
Teter, William Gene 201,298 



Tetschner, Karen Bell 

Thaler, Wayne Michael 335,90 

Thatcher, Bobbye J. 149,165,319, 

42 
Thayer, Shirley May 298 
Thede, Allen Leroy 319,126 
Thelen, Loralee D. 306 
Thibeault, Robert J. 306 
Thomas, Bettina H. 
Thomas, Catherine S. 
Thomas, Donald Ralph 361 
Thomas, George Mike 
Thomas, Glenn A., Jr. 201,361 
Thomas, Jack Lee 361 
Thomas, Janyce E. 165,319,82, 

234,76,114 
Thomas, John Arthur 335 
Thomas, Kathryn Ann 335 
Thomas, P. 0. 

Thomas, Pamela 157,232,129 
Thomas, Ralph Edward 197,102, 

306 
Thomas, Ronald W. 361,91 
Thomas, Susan 336,93 
Thomason, Morris Lee 
Thompson, Beauford A. 205,319 
Thompson, Benjamin F. 361 
Thompson, Charles M. 197,319 
Thompson, Donna M. 361 
Thompson, Edward E. 201,319 
Thompson, Gerald J. 319 
Thompson, James Gross 199,336, 

180,103 
Thompson, James R., Jr. 
Thompson, Jerry Wayne 
Thompson, John Cody 361 
Thompson, Kathleen M. 165,187, 

319,220,92,46,100 
Thompson, Leif Harry 361 
Thompson, Linda Jean 298,101 
Thompson, Loren A. 319 
Thompson, Margot Ann 361 
Thompson, Mark Owen 
Thompson, Nancy Ann 155,361 
Thompson, Pamela 165,361 
Thompson, Robert D. 319 
Thompson, Robert L. Ill 
Thompson, Russell L. 298 
Thompson, Von Richard 
Thompson, Wayne H. 319 
Thomte, Jean C. 
Thorin, Ronald Dean 203,361 
Thornburg, Preston J. 361 
Thorne, Gordon Harold 319 
Thornock, Russel L. 336 
Thornton, Janice Kay 172 
Thorpe, Stephen James 361 
Thrailkill, Shelton W. 361 
Thurston, James M. 298 
Tibbitts, Janice Gail 101 
Tibbetts, Roy W., Ill 361 
Tichac, Katherine Ann 157,319 
Tiches, Timothy C. 306 
Ticknor, Marvel Ruth 161,361 
Tierney, Michael R., Jr. 336 
Tigert, Mary K. 153,361 
Tilghman, Marilyn H. 
Tillett, Alana F. 336 
Tillett, Gail T. 361 
Tilley, Larry Jack 
Timmins, Althea Lydia 96 
Timmins, David Ray 
Timmons, Francis L. 
Tippets, Darlene C. 165,177,336, 

80,43 
Tippets, Karl Guymon 298 
Tipton, Charlene L. 362 
Titensor, George R. 92,111,347 
Titsworth, James E., Jr. 
Titus, Donald Dean 
Titus, Richard C. 
Tobias, Richard C. 362 
Todd, Lynn Douglas 



Todd, Raymond Lee 336,82 
Tolan, William R. 362 
Tolar, Matthew W. 
Tolman, Dee Anna 336 
Toly, Paul George 362 
Tomingas, Henry Lynn 319 
Tompkins, Kenneth Lee 298,123 
Toms, Stephen King 362 
Tomsu, Barbara Donn 
Tonelli, Randall W. 3 1 9, 1 1 1 
Tonkin, Albert C. 336 
Toole, Sharon K. 298 
Toothman, Phyllis E. 336 
Toots, Heinrich A. 
Torkelson, Cynthia 43 
Toro, Larry Bruce 319,121 
Toth, James Floyd 362 
Toth, Laurel Ann 306 
Totten, Clifton H. 
Toussaint, Robert, Jr. 362 
Townsend, Gary Gernie 362,95 
Townsend, James Logan 
Toy, Richard Watson 336 
Tracy, John Elwood 
Trainor, Lou Anne 91 
Tranas, Richard David 
Trautwein, Henry, III 
Travis, Charles James 197 
Travis, John Richard 195,247, 

319,336 
Trbovich, Milan G. 
Trego, Glenda Crews 
Trego, Michael Paul 
Tremain, Raymond K. 195,320 
Trenholm, William L. 
Trevenen, Thomas E. 362 
Trevino, Danny R. 
Trierweiler, Ruth D. 158,159,320, 

220,105,118 
Triplett, John A. 298,119,120, 

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Tripp, Charles James 
Troastle, R. Michael 298 
Trost, Elwin Theodore 1 23 
Trostle, Ronald N. 362 
Trout, David Thornton 
Trout, Norma Moore 298 
Trowbridge, Ann Lynn 161,298, 

114,136 
Trowbridge, Gene E., Jr. 
Trowe, Suzanne Irene 165,336, 

277,233,43,232, 1 69,239,2 1 6 
Troxel, Judith Ann 163,336 
True, Harold C. 362 
True, Sandra Dale 362 
Trujillo, Victor Eloy 253,298 
Tucker, Merle W., Jr. 362,35 
Tulencik, F., B., Jr. 352,91 
Turk, Betty Jean 
Turk, James Elvis 
Turk, Thad Howard 102 
Turner, Jeffrey Lynn 336 
Turner, Leslie Gay 336 
Turpen, Patricia Mae 
Turpin, Ellis Paul 
Twiford, Jack Irving 
Twitchell, George A. 
Twitchell, Judith M. 
Twitchell, Nancy J. 157,362,222, 

223,230,232,42,229 
Tyler, Alison, Louise 165,336,98 
Tyler, Richard W. 201,298,116 
Tyson, Donald Ray 195,298 



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Uhren, Robert J., Jr. 
Ullery, James Warren 320 
Underwood, Harry C. 
Underwood, William', Jr. 195,298 
Unruh, Clarence G. 
Uribe, Vicenta Elena 
Usna, Ismail 



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Uthoff, Herbert Orion 
Utter, Alon L. 
Utter, Dennis Ray 



Vadnois, Dwight B. 

Vaiciulenas, Ingrid E. 

Vaiciulenas, Ruth E. 298,336 

Valdez, Max Melton 336 

Valdez, Raymond A. 320,111 

Vallefuoco, Frank 362 

Van, Karen Lee 362 

Van, Stratton Kent 320 

Van Allen, John K. 199,336,266 

Van Alstine, William L. 91 

Wan Buskirk, Judyth D. 165 

Vance, James Oral 337 

Van Court, Laurence P. 207,320 

Van Deventer, Thomas W. 298 

Van Gerpen, Myron D. 299,122, 

119 
Van Guilder, Suzanne 363 
Van Houten, Diether H. 193,299, 

103,104,107 
Van Patten, Myles M. 
Van Trump, James E. 320 
Van Voorhees, John C. 337 
Vanzandt, Frank, Jr. 
VanZee, Marion Elvy 299,119,121 
Vasek, Peter Paul 320,94 
Vasilion, Pete George 253 
Vaudrey, Colleen Mary 
Vaudrey, Kennon D. 363 
Vaughan, Robert Story 199,320 
Vaughan, Norman Paul 
Vaughn, Dana Marie 337 
Vaught, Carol Jeanne 363 
Veal, Donald Lyle 
Velasquez, Robert D. 197 
Vering, Larry Henry 320,307,79 
Vermilyea, Barry Lynn 37 
Verstraten, Judith G. 
Verstraten, Stanky 299 
Verstynen, Elizabeth 165,170,331, 

233 
Vialpando, Esther M. 363 
Vickrey, Douglas J. 
Vidokovichi, John L. 306,102 
Vidal, Louis Brus, Jr. 201,320 
Vigna Marilyn Kay 363 
Vines, Lila Lee 153,299,98 
Vines, William Howard 320,116 
Vinson, Gary Lee 
Vinzant, Barbara Ann 299 
Viola, Frank Charles 111,112 
Virgilio, Joseph L. 
Vitale, Joseph 195,299,184,251 
Vlastos, Carol Jo 
Vlastos, Joseph E. 102 
Vogel, Francis J., II 
Vogt, Darrel Dee 299,121 
Vogt, James John 
Voigts, Robert James 
Voigtsberger, Carl A. 
Volk, James DeForest 203 
Volk, John Frederick 203,273 
Vollmer, Shirley E. 
Vonkrosigk, Rodney K. 337 
Voorhees, Gerald Earl 
Voorhies, Michael R. 
Vosika, Ronald Louis 363 
Vosler, Virginia Ann 331,100,103 
Voss, Cary Warren 363 
Voss, Janice Kay 165,187,215, 

320,228 
Vroman, William R. 
Vukelich, Vincent M. 82 
Vuko, Nick Victor 

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Wagaman, Kenneth C. 
Wagaman, Samantha L. 



Wagers, Daniel Edward 191,299 
Wagner, Albert. Jr. 203,320 
Wagner, Wendell Ralph 193,299, 

104,1 15 
Waite, Edmund Vinson 299,119, 

120,121 
Waits, Janet Lea 100 
Wakefield, Robert W. 191,320 
Wakkuri, Myron John 337 
Walden, Pad Wesley 203,363 
Waliser, Raymond John 
Walker, Donald Carl 337 
Walker, Edward R. 363 
Walker, Herbert W. 363 
Walker, Laurence A. 
Walker, Mary Louise 337,94 
Walker, Michael H. 252,320,274 
Walker, Wayne Dee 363 
Walks, Ronald Ervin 337,91 
Wallace, John Wayne 363 
Waller, Zay Lynn 159,363 
Wallesen, Warren W. 203,337 
Wallin, Linda Jean 163,337 
Wallwork, James Oris 299 
Walrath, Louis L. 
Walsh, Thomas Edmund 99 
Walsted, Edmond D. 
Walter, Fred E. 
Walters, James C. 
Walters, Michael C. 363 
Walters, Randall K. 191,337 
Walters, Ruth llene 363,115 
Wampler, Robert Merle 306,102 
Wangnild, William E. 363 
Wanner, Diane Paula 
Wantulok, Sandra M. 320,101 
Ward, Allan Ray 363,101 
Ward, Andrea Louise 163,168, 

337,97,80,98,51 
Ward, Bertha M. 320 
Ward, Kevin Patrick 
Ward, Orland Overton 177,201, 

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Ward, Wayne Eugene 
Wardell, Susan Jeanne 
Warne, Judith Lynn 363 
Warner, Robert Combs 337,78 
Warnke, Jonnie W. 
Warren, Darrell Wayne 337,266 
Warren, George Edward 363 
Warziniack, Joseph F. 337 
Wasden, Grant Muyres 299 
Washington, Diane Sue 320,80 
Wasserburger, M. E. 306 
Wesson, Gary Clinton 203,363 
Waters, Fred Campbell 
Watkins, Don Halden 
Watkins, Marna Louise 320 
Watkins, Rosemary 299,106 
Watsabaugh, D'Ann 363 
Watson, James E., Jr. 199,320 
Watt, David Joseph 337 
Watt, Robert T. 102 
Watts, Gary Lee 337 
Waugh, David K., Jr. 197 
Waysman, Dale Ulric 
Weatherford, Stephen 
Weaver, William L. 
Webb, Allan Eugene 111,112 
Webb, Barbara Jean 337 
Weber, Judith Ann 320 
Weber, Kenneth Eugene 337 
Weber, Sharon Ann 337 
Webster, Margaret E. 162,163, 

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Wedemeyer, Donald Dee 
Weekly, Donald Paul 
Weekly, Wesley James 
Weeks, Marilyn Anne 337 
Weems, Charles L. 203,363 
Wegher, Kathleen C. 363 
Wegner, Gerald C. 
Weickum, Sharon Mae 337 



Weis, Barbara Joan 299 

Welch, Arthur Jack 

Welch, Brenda Lou 

Welch, Pamela Jane 363 

Welchlin, Morris E. 

Wellington, Donald C. 

Wellins, Sheldon Gary 

Wellman, DeAnne M. 163,337 

Wellman, Walter R. 102 

Wells, Roger Caskey 363 

Wells, Victor Allyn 

Welsh, Toni Jean 43 

Welshan, John Thomas 199,337 

Welton, Scarlet 155,168,232 

Wensky, David Allen 320,97 

Weppner, Edward S. 

Weppner, James Woods 

Werner, Jon Gary 363 

West, Linda Ann 

West, Melville Bruce 

West, Wilma Jeane 

Westedt, Kent Owen 299,120, 

122,125 
Westhoff, Gordon E. 
Wetherell, Valera C. 320,101 
Wetsel, Cecil L., Jr. 363 
Wheeland, Cheryl Kay 155 
Wheeland, F. W., Ill 
Wheeler, Billy Joe 189,299 
Wheeler, Frederick, Jr. 337,132 
Wheeler, John Charles 363,109 
Wheeler, Patricia J. 299 
Wheeler, Paul Marvin 
Wheelis, Joyce M. 
While, Laura Caryle 320,101 
Whitcomb, Mary Grace 153,320 
White, James Oliver 
White, Jean Lois 364 
White, Mack Lee 364 
White, Michael A. 203,337 
White, Nikolas F. 
White, Todd Eugene 364 
White, William C. 363,104 
Whiteside, Sandra J. 364,95 
Whitley, Donald Karl 203,299 
Whitlock, Rodney Gene 
Whitman, LaVonne Lee 337 
Whitney, Bob Hart 29^,266 
Whitney, Fayette C. 364,93 
Whitney, Suzanne K. 233 
Whittington, Donna Jo 157,337, 

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Wiant, James Albert 
Wible, Virginia Mae 
Wickham, Frederic, Jr. 299 
Wickman, John Erick 364 
Wickstrom, Terry Lee 364 
Widick, Charles M. 205 
Widman, Elsie Conners 
Widman, Ronald C. 191,364 
Wiegman, Ronald W. 
Wiese, Bennett Allan 364 
Wiest, Donald Karl, Jr. 
Wight, David Dean 299 
Wika, Glen Niles 306 
Wilcox, Bruce Harter 203,320,33 
Wilcox, Charles Lee 
Wilcox, Robert Wayne 338,100 
Wiley, Lewis Elmer 338 
Wiley, Ted James 364 
Wilford, Grant Hallam 197,320 
Wilkerson, Charles W. 364 
Wilkie, Charles Faye 320,104 
Wilkin, George Ann C. 364 
Wilkins, Robert D. 
Wilkinson, Bruce H. 
Wilkinson, Daniel P. 189 
Wilkinson, Janice Dee 320 
Wilkinson, L. Gretchen 159,320, 

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Wilkinson, Thomas E. 253,266 
Will, Errol Roger 338 
Willey, Evelyn 



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liams, Dorothy V. 299,89,169 

Evora Kay 364 

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lis, Robert Blair 320 
Imschen, Sharon D. 364 
Is, Dixie Jo 364,105 
Is, Michael Jay 364 
Is, Sharon Lee 320 
Ison, John Taylor 
mot, Jeri Belle 299,101,1 10 
mot, William W. 338 
son, Bruce Wayne 364 
son, Carol Ruth 338,106 
son, Charlotte A. 338 
son, Clyde Albert 189,299, 
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Wilson, Eugene M. 
Wilson, Farrell B. 
Wilson, Harry Bruce 
Wilson, John A., Jr. 364 
Wilson, Judith Rae 163,338,228 
Wilson, Lanny Owen 320 
Wilson, Mariann 338 
Wilson, Mary Ann 364 
Wilson, Nancy Faye 
Wilson, Paul Burns 320 
Wilson, Robert Earl 300 
Wilson, Robert Ro Hie 
Wilson, Sara Jane 320 
Wimpenney, Barbara K. 68,115, 

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Wimpenney, Coleen F. 
Winchell, Diana P. 163,338,128 
Winchell, Edward Jay 37,320 
Winchester, Robert L. 197 
Windholz, Francis J. 
Windis, Anthony John 
Wing, Charles, Jr. 306 
Wing, Randel Bruce 364 
Winger, Marcia Gael 
Wingfield, Charles B. 99 
Wingfield, Wayne E. 99,212,320, 

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Wininger, Bonnie D. 106,364 
Winkes, Mae Jeniene 106,338 
Winkler, Jerry Lee 364 
Winn, Robert Wallace 
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Winther, Kay E. 1 1 5,364 

Wirtz, Jimmy Dale 

Wiseman, Coleman B. 364 

Wiseman, Patricia Jo 

Wisroth, Esther Mae 364,95 

Wist, Sandra Charlene 338,94,101 

Witt, David Harold 201,364 

Wolcott, Linda Ruth 153 

Wold, Shiela M. 

Wolf, Bernard James 338 

Wolf, Kenneth George 

Wolfard, Roxana L. 364,105,115 

Wolfe, James Nelson 102 

Wolfe, John Michael 364 

Wolfe, Theodore Joe 364 

Wolfe, Thomas Lindsey 364 

Wolford, James Walter 191,364 

Womack, Leilani 364,94 

Wood, Bruce 

Wood, James Davis 338,103 

Woodard, Lauren D.,Jr. 203,300, 

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Wooden, Larry Wayne 
Woodhead, Wanda Fae 
Woodrow, Leland Lewis 306 
Woodrum, Jon Francis 364,111 
Woods, David Lawrence 1 99,364 
Woods, Elaine Jo 
Woods, John Charles 
Woodson, Sally E. 150,155,338, 

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Woody, John G. 
Woolf, Charlene Marie 
Woolington, Leroyce M. 
Wooten, Alice Ann 157,98 
Workman, Theodore E. 320 
Worl, Mary Lynn 320 
Worl, Patricia Beth 
Worl, Ronald Grant 
Worman, Darrell Don 248 
Worman, Rodney Lynn 320 
Worman, Roger E. 306 
Worth, Raymond S. 
Wright, Ashley W. 
Wright, Bruce A. 89,244,251,300, 

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Wright, Carolyn Jo 98,101,110, 

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Wright, Eugene O., II 
Wright, Karen V. 
Wright, Mike Lynn 184,248,300 
Wright, Robert D. 338 
Wunder, Richard G. 
Wyman, Marvin Earl 
Wysocki, James Edward 91,184, 

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Yaeger, Betty Louise 300 
Yager, Larry Brand 260,364 
Yahn, Jennifer DiAnne 
Yakse, William E. 
Yancey, Roger Dale 364 



Yanken, Sheryl Kae 364 

Yardas, Charley J. 

Yates, Marie S. 

Yeager, Michael Ray 104,338 

Yemington, Charles R. 205,300 

Yenney, Robert Harve 104,364 

Yingling, Gale Lynn 

Yocco, Louis Gerald 

Yocum, Patricia Ann 364 

Yorgason, Carl Bert 

York, Laurence Merel 30,119,121 

York, Michael Neil 364 

Young, Alvin Lee 37,320 

Young, Bruce Orcott 

Young, James O. 

Young, Jimmie Don 300,119,125 

Young, Marjorie Lou 94,364 

Young, Michel Allen 

Young, Richard Warner 300 

Young, Roger Everett 

Young, Russell Allen 320 

Young, Sonja Lee 338 

Young, Trudy Ann 106,364 

Young, Valerie 300 



Zaetz, Jay Lewis 
Zaichkin, John Grover 365 
Zakotnik, Robert M. 364 
Zakotnik, Rose Ann 101,155,364 
Zancanella, Paula Ann 43,172, 

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Zanetti, Terry M. 365 
Zorafonitis, Cynthia 
Zarlengo, Joan 342 
Zaversnik, Joseph S. 320 
Zawacki, Robert A. 116 
Zelenka, Leslie Ray 
Zell, James Kenneth 365 
Zell, John Walter 
Zerbst, Karlene June 365 
Ziegler, Judith Ann 149,150,161, 

168,186,220,223,230,338 
Zimmer, Vincent 184,247,300,266 
Zimmerman, Edmond E. 338 
Zimmerman, Kathleen S. 163,338 
Zimmerman, Priscilla 365 
Zimmerman, Zoe Ann 
Zimmerman, Walter H. 201,365 
Zingery, Janette Rose 
Zobel, William Carl 365 
Zotti, Alice Ann 159/338 
Zuchowski, Robert J. 
Zuech, Nancy Darlene 338 
Zuech, Sam John 191,365 
Zueck, Isabelle Marie 
Zuhr, Kenneth Carl 
Zumbrennen, Mary Kay 365 
Zumbrennen, Sheri Lyn 320 
Zumbrunnen, Melvin L. 300,120, 

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Zumbrunnen, Robert A. 338 
Zwalsh, Diana 365 



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