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THE 1961 CHINOOK 







Editor • BART VOGEL ■ Business Manager • RUTH RUDD • Annual Publicatio 





CHINOOK 


if the Associated Students of Washington State University, Pullman • 1961 










Someday 

Love shall claim its own, 
Someday 

Right ascend its throne, 
Someday 

Hidden truth be known: 

Someday— 

Some sweet day. 
























































SILENCE IS THE MOTHER OF TRUTH 

A. >> 


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17 Administration 
27 Schools 
107 The University 
133 Government 
177 Communications 
193 Royalty 
209 Arts 
231 Athletics 
271 The Student 
303 Women 
345 Men 
395 Index 


CONTENTS 






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COMPARISONS DO OFTTIMES GREAT GRIEVANCE 










































PREFACE 




Even though an annual 
is nothing more 

than a pictorial of people and events 
which make a college year unique, 
it is hoped that 
this portrayal does more 

than serve a shallow utilitarian purpose. 


^>c^r Ooo^s 
























ADMINISTRATION 














Governor Rosellini 


As the instigator of 
much legislation, Gover¬ 
nor Rosellini is indirect¬ 
ly responsible for the 
large number of build¬ 
ings seen sprouting up 
on the campus. The gov¬ 
ernor also appoints all 
members of the Board 
of Regents. Members of 
the board are the last 
word in policy changes 
and initiation. This year 
the board made its 
very important decision 
regarding compulsory 
ROTC. 


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HOW 1: Mrs. Henry B. Owen, Alan Rogers, H. Rogers Hamilton, Milton W. Druham. ROW 2: Thomas P. Gose, C. Clement French, William N. Good¬ 
win, Leo Weisfield. 


Board of Regents 










President French 


While President French is noted 
for his warm humor and easy 
way of speaking, he is far more 
noted for his administrative 
ability. But even the burden of 
present responsibilities doesn't 
prevent him from being acces¬ 
sible to all students and both he 
and Mrs. French are seen fre¬ 
quently at social gatherings. 


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S. TOWN STEPHENSON 
Dean of the Faculty 


Academic 

Administration 



D. S. FARNER 
Dean 

Graduate School 



P. J. REM PEL 
Coordinator 
Curriculum Advisory Program 



G. DONALD SMITH 
Director of Libraries 


CLAUDE SIMPSON 
Director of Admissions 
Registrar 


























OTTIS W. RECHARD 
Director 
Computing Center 


NORMAN A. BRADEN 
Director 

General Extension Service 


HAROLD W. DODGEN 
Director 

Nuclear Reactor Project 





CARL PETTIBONE 
Business Manager 


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Business 

Management 



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V. L. SHELTON 
Comptroller 



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GUY M. BRISLAWN 
Purchasing Agent 


S. C. MARKLEY 
Superintendent 
Buildings and Grounds 






JACK H. FEISE 
Supervisor 

Data Processing Office 


SELMA STREIT 
Director 

Housing and Food Service 



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Student 

Relations 


HARRY E. ZION 
Director 

Student Health Service 


CATHERINE M. NORTHRUP 
Associate Dean of Students for Women 


J. C. CLEVENGER, Dean of Students 


A. E. McCARTAN 
Associate Dean of Students for Men 



ROBERT W. CHICK 
Director, Wilson Compton Union 



DOROTHY J. CAMPBELL 
International Student Advisor 


WALTER M. BRISTOL 
Director, Placement Bureau 


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WILLIAM A. CASS 
Director 

Student Counseling Center 



OLIVER H. JOHNSON 
University Sanitarian 


State 



ALLEN MILLER 
Director of Information Services 


Relations 



BURT HARRISON 
Manager 

Radio Television Services 


DENNIS J. MORRISON 

Manager 

News Bureau 



E. G. PATTERSON 
Director of Alumni Relations 




RALPH DEVLIN 
Superintendent of Printi 
Office of Publications 


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LOUIS L. MADSEN, Director 
Institute of Agricultural Sciences 



C. A. SVINTH, Director 
Agricultural Extension Service 


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Institute 
of Agricultural 
Sciences 

Having a wide vocational choice, the students of 
the College of Agriculture may major in animal 
science, forestry and range management, plant 
pathology, entomology as well as many others. 



MARK T. BUCHANAN, Director 
Washington Agricultural Experiment Stations 


G. W. FISCHER, Dean 
College of Agriculture 




















E. J. WORKING 
Department Chairman 
Agricultural Economics 




JUNE ROBERTS 
Department Chairman 
Agricultural Engineering 


B. R. BERTRAMSON 
Department Chairman 
Agronomy 



M. E. ENSMINGER 
Department Chairman 
Animal Science 



A. O. SHAW 
Department Chairman 
Dairy Science 

JOHN P. NAGLE 
Department Chairman 
Forestry and Range Management 



T. A. MERRILL 
Department Chairman 
Horticulture 




C. GARDNER SHAW 
Department Chairman 
Plant Pathology 


JAMES McGINNIS 
Department Chairman 
Poultry Science 



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College of Agriculture 


ROW 1: 

James Belshe, Agriculture, Pullman 
Roland Brincken, Agriculture, Latah 
Keith Browne, Agriculture, Vancouver 
Howard Gilbert, Agriculture, Pullman 
Lyle Holt, Agriculture, Fairfield 


ROW 2: 

Richard Howell, Agriculture, Pullman 
Gerald Parlet, Agriculture, Pullman 
Glen Puterbaugh, Agriculture, Grandview 
Yeiko Arakaki, Agriculture Education, Hawaii 
Mike Blakely, Agriculture Education, Fairfield 


ROW 3: 

Charles Goemmer, Agric. Education, Grandview 
Robert Hirschel, Agriculture Education , Rockford 
John Kumpula, Agriculture Education, Amboy 
Donald Lybecker, Agric. Education, Walla Walla 
Roald Tanguald, Agriculture Education, Aberdeen 


ROW 4: 

Gary Bunch, Agricultural Economics, Wauconda 
David Burgess, Agricultural Economics, Pullman 
Jesse Davis, Agricultural Economics, Colton 
Leslie Foster, Agricultural Economics, Spokane 
John Grant, Agricultural Economics, Prescott 


ROW 5: 

John Ledgerwood, Agric. Economics, Walla Walla 
Daniel MacQuarrie, Agric. Economics, Pullman 
Robert Miller, Agricultural Economics, Goldendale 
Richard Rubenser, Agricultural Economics, Starbuck 
Milt Smith, Agricultural Economics, Montana 


ROW 6 : 

William Bleasner, Agric. Mechanization, Spokane 
Leonard Campbell, Agric. Mechanization, Auburn 
Mike Duncan, Agric. Mechanization, Grandview 
David Ruark, Agricultural Mechanization, Pomeroy 
Eugene Alby, Agricultural Engineering, Pullman 



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1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

Mohammad Alishahi, Agricultural Engineering, Iran 
Dave Appel, Agricultural Engineering, Endicott 
Marion Breshears, Agric. Engineering, Tonasket 
James Gruber, Agricultural Engineering, Spokane 
Ralph Schmidt, Agricultural Engineering, Colton 


ROW 2: 

Durk Van Woerden, Agric. Engineering, Sunnyside 
Jack Woerner, Agricultural Engineering, Yakima 
George Ziegwied, Agricultural Engineering, Spokane 
David Paulson, Agricultural Entomology, Grandview 
Kenneth Bahema, Agronomy, Washougal 


ROW 3: 

Edward Forster, Agronomy, Outlook 
Tom Schultz, Agronomy, Davenport 
Del Schwisow, Agronomy, Ritzville 
Claudia Bibbins, Animal Science, Burton 
Gene Bliesner, Animal Science, Fairfield 


ROW 4: 

Bruce Clark, Animal Science, Spokane 
John Heathman, Animal Science, Hartline 
Colin Mac Rae, Animal Science, Pullman 
Susan Pleines, Animal Science, Seattle 
Larry Price, Animal Science, Pullman 


ROW 5: 

Art Schmidt, Animal Science, Spokane 
Hal Sellers, Animal Science, Canada 
David Dickson, Dairy Science, Everson 
Paul Doepke, Dairy Science, Seattle 
Garner Ekstran, Dairy Science, Bow 


ROW 6: 

Jon Hatt, Dairy Science, Graham 
Kenneth Longmire, Dairy Science, Olympia 
Bob Van Pelt, Dairy Science, Mount Vernon 
Van Youngquist, Dairy Science, Mount Vernon 
Bob Zuppe, Dairy Science, Seattle 


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1961 Graduates 

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ROW 1: 

Jim Brickell, Forestry, Addy 
David Burkhardt, Forestry, Port Orchard 
Charles Downen, Forestry, Port Angeles 
Richard Grance, Forestry, Port Angeles 
Clarence Munk, Forestry, Chewelah 


ROW 2: 

William Wolf, Forestry, Latah 
Dave Anderson, Range Management, Forks 
Chad Bacon, Range Management, Dayton 
Emory Clapp, Range Management, Dayton 
Arnold Hiebert, Range Management, Walla Walla 


ROW 3: 

Boyd Hill, Range Management, Shelton 
Dave Holman, Range Management, Auburn 
Lauren Aimonetto, Horticulture, Cle Elum 
Michael Brookes, Horticulture, Canada 
Bill Fogg, Horticulture, Malott 


ROW 4: 

Earnest French, Horticulture, Anacortes 
Bob Huber, Plant Pathology, Pullman 
Young Yun, Horticulture, Korea 
Dave Schink, Horticulture, Mount Vernon 
Chung Yen Peng, Horticulture, Pullman 
















DAVE STECHER, President 


ASCA 

The Associated Students of the 
College of Agriculture serves its 
students through the Agricultur¬ 
ist, the school’s publication, and 
the council which unites its clubs. 


VAN YOUNGQUIST 


MARY KAY WILSON 
Secretary 


DON LYBECKER 
Historian 


Vice President 
















Agriculturist Board 



Karl Felgenhauer, Maynard Hicks, Mike Duncan, Ron Starkenburg, Dr. William Ackley, George Bowman, Dave Stecher, Ken Bajema, 
Dr. John Spencer, George Fischer. 


ASCA Council 



ROW 1: Dan Coonrad, Lee Sederburg, Larry Baginski, Mary Kay Wilson, Dave Stecher, Mart Hart, Karl Felgenhauer, Charles O. Cole, 
C. O. Loreen. ROW 2: Alex Litzenberg, Larry Dawson, Dave Billingsley, Don Lybecker, George Murdock, Ron Starkenburg, Laurence 
Kunz, Don Schultz, B. D. Parrish. ROW 3: Pat Beckley, Wayne Engstrom, Mike Duncan, Kenneth Clapp, Ron Pickering, Dave Schodde, 
Doyle Jacklin, Ronald George, Boyd Hill. 


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VAN YOUNGQUIST 
President 


Dairy Science 

Dairy Science Professional 




HOW 1: Edwin Feller, Lee Sederburg, Van Youngquist, Frank Webb, Kenneth Longmire, Manley Niemcziek, Dale Tenneson, Sherman Polinder, LeRoy 
Parker, Ron Starkenburg. ROW 2: Dave Stecher, Bert Wight, Bob Van Pelt, Herman Bosse, Dave Schodde, Don Wesen, Glenn Betz, Darrell Tanner, 
Ron McPherson, U. S. Ashworth. 



ROW 1: Robert H. Hirschel, George Murdock, Bill Lyman, Dave Schodde, Dan Birdsell, Roald Tangvald, Wesley Kentch, Bradford Berry, Vern Emerson, 
E. M. Webb, advisor. ROW 2: Charles G. Stocker, Yeiko Arakaki, Glen Puterbaugh, David T. Briggs, Wally Vog, Don Schultz, Mike Meyer, Lee Seder- 
burg, Gary Chumbley, Raymond DeRuwe, Ted Potter, Larry Boots, Jim Capponi. 



Future 


CHARLES STOCKER 
President 


Farmers of America 

Agricultural Professional 


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Crimson Clover 



DAN COONHAD 
President 


College 4-H Club 



HOW 1: Marlene Sumers, Dorrit Reiter, Jann Heinenway, Sondra Johnson, Faye Cochran, Barbara Turner, Margaret Ferguson, Betty Gizinski, Julie Smith, 
Sharon Claus, Anne Hagen, Linda Stutz, Karen Winch, Doris Ann Adams. ROW 2: Susan Schnebly, Dyan Kayser, Carol Chouinard, Mary McManamy, 
Priscilla Pedersen, Jan Reinbold, Mary Kay Wilson, Jackie Harting, Sandra Mosby, Lois Mitchell, Nancy Conrady, Eva Bakkila, Barbara Kirkwood, Phyllis 
Bordwell. ROW 3: Dennis Montgomery, Dave Wyant, Ed Feller, Gary Gleason, Doug Smith, David Larsen, Brad Berry, Jim Fogg, John Richter, Dave 
Billingsley, Allan Bargmeyer, David Dickson, Allen Wesselius, Dan Coonrad. 



ROW 1: Lois Mitchell, Dennis Montgomery, Dave Dickson, Jan Rheinbold, Sandra Mosby, Eva Bakkila. 


Mu Beta Beta 

4-H Honorary 



DENNIS MONTGOMERY 
President 


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DICK GRACE 
President 


Forestry Club 

Forestry Professional 



ROW 1: Clarence Munk, Thomas Schroedel, Richard Lindblad, Charles Downen, Roy Sines, Monroe Bickford, James Roush. ROW 2: Robert Shackleford, 
Ronald Lufkin, Dennis Olsen, Richard Grace, James Brickell, Geir Haatveit, Dennis Harr, Jerry Rumsey, Gerry Pond. ROW 3: Darrell Lewis, Lawrence 
Fryberg, Patrick Beckley, Robert Dagnie, Garry White, John Nagle, advisor; Milton Mosher, advisor; Stephen Maxon, Glenn McDonald, Geral McDonald. 



ROW 1: Bob Fischbach, Moira Hogg, Cathy Gibson, Martha Hart. ROW 2: Jerry Dragoo, Morris Hall, Earnest French, Bill Melton, Fred Knostmon, 
Bernie Chaplin, Brian Finnigan, Lauren Aimonetto, C. G. Woodbridge. 


Horticulture Club 

Horticulture Professional 


JERRY DRAGGOO 
President 



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Lariat Club 


Animal Husbandry Professional 


SEWELL ANDREWS 
President 




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ROW 1: Sewell Andrews, Merle Larson, Brad Berry, Hal Sellers, Paul Humes, Ken Clapp, Bruce Pieterson, Pat Baldwin, Charles Burdett, John Stein, 
Barbara Von Bracht, M. R. Ebner. ROW 2: Dr. C. C. O’Mary, Ed Howard, Darrell Grant, George Murdock, Dan Coonrad, Roger Rothrock, Dan Stewart, 
John Richter, Gerald Poole, Ray De Ruwe, John Humphrey, Dee Poulsen, Lisa Brocay, Barb Haynes, Dr. M. W. Galgan. ROW 3: Eugene Rupnow, Larry 
Coppock, Lawrence Kunz, Jim Russell, Gary Smith, Tom McKern, Jeff Duenwald, John Heathman, Gerald A. Frazier, Gary Newman, Carol Grossman, 
Chuck Colleary, Gerald N. Frazer, Larry Price. 



ROW 1: Rod Olson, Jerry Hansen, Doug Smith, Ron Pickering, Gail Cramer, Bruce Walton, Dan MacQuarrie, Bob Reed, Dick Rubenser, David Burgess. 
ROW 2: B. Parrish, S. Jensen, Bob Campbell. Les Foster, Kevan Kvamme, Alan Bargmeyer, Fred Andrews, Bob Miller, Jesse Davis, John Ledgerwood, 
Bill Ebel, Dave Bradley, John Grant, J. B. Wyckoff, O. L. Brough. 



Ag. Economics 

Agricultural Economics Professional 


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BOYD HILL 
President 


Range Management 

Agricultural Professional 



Arnold Hiebert, Jim Lewis, Boyd Hill, Michael Maynard, Gregg Johnson, Dave Holman. 


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HOW 1: Howard E. Howell, Walt Roys, Don Lybecker, Wesley Kentch, Ronald Taugwald, Dan Birdsell, Glen Puterbaugh, E. M. Webb. ROW 2: Charles 
G. Stocker, Yeiko Arakaki, Kerm Olson, Don Schultz, Robert H. Hirschel, Ray Landes, Jesse Davis, Michael Blakely, George McLean. 


Alpha Tau Alpha 


Agricultural Education Honorary 


JESSE DAVIS 
President 



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ROW 1: Van Jacobson, Jim Capponi, Mike Duncan, Otto Rasmussen, Merrill Camp, Eugene Alby, Mohammad R. Alishahi, Loren Wills, Jim Fogg, Gerald 
Williamson, Irvin Sobek, George Knickrehm. ROW 2: Tom Simpson, James Gruher, Ellis Joyce, Gary Haynes, Paul McBride, Stephen Blomgran, Dan 
Stuckey, John George, Walter Matson, advisor; John Simpson, advisor; Max C. Jensen, John Jones, Don Dodge. ROW 3: Richard Russell, Edward 
Hengen, Will Vincent, Bill Johnston, Glen Tanke, Larry Dawson, David Appel, June Roberts, Ted Spencer, Michael Howel, Allen Schurman, Ahmed 
Fallaha, Jack Woerner, Francis Jensen, Dave Billingsley. 



ROW 1: V. E. Youngman, advisor; Lance Colyar, Kermit Gunning, Robert Keene, William Crosetto, Joe Wilson, James Jaeger, John Erickson, Alex 
Litzenberg, Allen Lewis, Edward Forster. ROW 2: Dwight Ferguson, Howard Gilbert, Karl Felgenhauer, Robert Hartmeier, John Ronald George, Doyle 
Jacklin, Delroy Schwisow, Bill Reser, Tom Schultz, Larry Martin, James Woodward, Dr. Henry Smith, advisor; Ken Bajema. 



EDWARD FORSTER 
President 


Agronomy Club 

Agriculture Professional 


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DONALD LYBECKER 
President 


Alpha Zeta 


Agricultural Honorary 



ROW 1: Donald Dodge, Arnold Hiebert, Dave Dickson, Delroy Schwisow, Ron George, Doyle Jacklin, Emory Clapp, Ron Starkenburg, Loren Roller, Vem 
Emerson, Howard Gilbert, Allen Struthers, James Woodward. ROW 2: George Bluhm, Lauren Aimonetto, Michael Blakely, Edward Forster, Gerold 
Frazier, Darrell Lewis, Gary Haynes, Chung-yen Peng, Clifford Rice, Frank Webb, Dave Appel, John Heathman, Wayne Engstrom. ROW 3: Rod Olson, 
Karl Felgenhauer, Art Schmidt, John Richter, Larry Coppock, Mike Thorne, Sewell Andrews, Hal Sellers, David Larsen, Ron Rickman, Roald Tangvald, 
Don Lybecker, D. L. Bassett, C. C. O’Mary. 


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H. W. BARLOW f Director 
Institute of Technology 



E. W. GREENFIELD 
Director 

Division of Industrial Research 


HOMER DANA 
Director 

Engineering Experiment Station 



Institute of 


Technology 


The Washington State Institute of Technology 
with many students under it, conducts a great 
deal of research in science and engineering. 



J. P. SPIELMAN 
Dean 

College of Engineering and Mineral Technology 



WILLIAM C. AITKENHEAD 
Director 

Mining Experiment Station 


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GEORGE T. AUSTIN 
Department Chairman 
Chemical Engineering 


D. L. MASSON 
Department Chairman 
Mining 




EMMET B. MOORE 
Department Chairman 
Civil Engineering 


ATTIE L. BETTS 



H. A. SORENSEN 
Department Chairman 
Mechanical Engineering 



Department Chairman 
Electrical Engineering 


HARRY C. WELLER 
Department Chairman 
Architectural Engineering 


SERVET A. DURAN 


Department Chairman 
Metallurgy 


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College of Engineering 


ROW 1: 

Phil Fleming, Architectural Engineering, Ellensburg 
Ralph Konu, Architectural Engineering, Clarkston 
Kent Nixon, Architectural Engineering, Canada 
John Stewart, Architect. Engineering, Walla Walla 


ROW 2: 

Dave Holt, Chemical Engineering, Tacoma 
Paul Schmeil, Chemical Engineering, Bellingham 
Mike Becker, Civil Engineering, Tacoma 
Cliff Bedell, Civil Engineering, Canada 


ROW 3: 

Wan Tong Chee, Civil Engineering, China 
David Clark, Civil Engineering, Richland 
Charles Coddington, Civil Engineering, Spokane 
Jim Coulter, Civil Engineering , Pullman 


ROW 4: 

Larry Esvelt, Civil Engineering, Daisy 
Neil Greenwalt, Civil Engineering, Pullman 
Robert E. Hatten, Civil Engineering, Yakima 
John Humphreys, Civil Engineering, California 


ROW 5: 

Allen Immel, Civil Engineering, Spokane 
Robert Juneman, Civil Engineering, Centralia 
Amulf Krokan, Civil Engineering, Norway 
John Lang, Civil Engineering, Spokane 


ROW 6: 

Jim Miller, Civil Engineering, Centerville 
Denny Murbach, Civil Engineering, Spokane 
Stan Panko, Civil Engineering, Pullman 
Sig Petersen, Civil Engineering, Everett 



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1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

Lynn Plaggemeier, Civil Engineering , Pasco 
Gary RatzlafT, Civil Engineering , Tacoma 
Jim Smith, Civil Engineering, Pullman 
John Strada, Civil Engineering, Aberdeen 


ROW 2: 

Ola Strommen, Civil Engineering, Norway 
Ernest Swartout, Civil Engineering, Ephrata 
Harold Thompson, Civil Engineering, Richland 
Jerry Tinker, Civil Engineering, Pullman 


ROW 3: 

Don Walther, Civil Engineering, Spokane 
Curt Webber, Civil Engineering, Pullman 
Virgil Weld, Civil Engineering, Pullman 
Dwight Wilson, Civil Engineering, Pullman 


ROW 4: 

Robert Wilson, Civil Engineering , Puyallup 
Jim Anderson, Electrical Engineering, Spokane 
Dick Bertholf, Electrical Engineering, Spokane 
Thomas Bruguier, Electrical Engineering, California 


ROW 5: 

John Crawford, Electrical Engineering, Pullman 
Merlin Crockett, Electrical Engineering , Evans 
Gordon Dean, Electrical Engineering, Yakima 
Kermit Duncan, Electrical Engineering, Camas 


ROW 6: 

Leslie Ellis, Electrical Engineering, Oak Harbor 
Gary Foisy, Electrical Engineering, Prosser 
Schuyler Hoopes, Electrical Engineering , Pullman 
Howard Krohn, Electrical Engineering, Spokane 


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College of Engineering 


ROW 1: 

Jim Lammers, Electrical Engineering, Spokane 
Ralph Light, Electrical Engineering, Pullman 
Floyd Roberson, Electrical Engineering , Kelso 
John Sanders, Electrical Engineering, Yakima 


ROW 2: 

Walter Windus, Electrical Engineering , California 
Ronald Ahlf, Mechanical Engineering, Pullman 
Rex Allred, Mechanical Engineering, Centralia 
Richard Courteau, Mechanical Engineering, Spokane 


ROW 3: 

Loren Davis, Mechanical Engineering, Vancouver 
Tom Doan, Mechanical Engineering, Pullman 
Arthur Emigh, Mechanical Engineering, Pullman 
Fred Fischer, Mechanical Engineering, Pullman 


ROW 4: 

David Hylton, Mechanical Engineering, Edmonds 
John Jacobson, Mechanical Engineering, Marysville 
Kenneth Jordan, Mechanical Engineering, Pullman 
Ray Lickfold, Mechanical Engineering, Rice 


ROW 5: 

Larry Martin, Mechanical Engineering, Pullman 
James Oliver, Meehan. Engineering, Pacific Beach 
David Pettit, Mechanical Engineering, Ferndale 
Dale Plaggemier, Mechanical Engineering, Pasco 


ROW 6: 

Rawlee Ridgeway, Mechanical Engineering, Everett 
Larry Rippe, Mechanical Engineering, Harrah 
Gerald Sahleen, Mechanical Engineering, Poulsbo 
George Scott, Mechanical Engineering, Dayton 



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1961 Graduates 



HOW 1: 

Asa Thomas, Mechanical Engineering, Arkansas 
Richard Wagner, Mech. Engineering, Okanogan 
Pete Wiedemann, Mechanical Engineering , Seattle 
Philip Wong, Mechanical Engineering, Pullman 


HOW 2: 

Clark Zehnder, Mechanical Engineering, Bellingham 
Tom Escott, Mining Engineering, Kirkland 
Ray Wolford, Mining Engineering, Pullman 
Guy Granger, Metallurgical Engineering, Pullman 


ROW 3: 

Bob Deardorff, Physical Metallurgy, Pullman 
Charles Javorsky, Physical Metallurgy, Onalaska 
Jerold Landon, Physical Metallurgy, Kennewick 
Leo Long, Physical Metallurgy, Burton 


ROW 4: 

Artell Lovell, Physical Metallurgy, Pullman 
Dan Martin, Physical Metallurgy, Pullman 
Dennis Reinhardt, Physical Metallurgy, Spokane 
John Williams, Physical Metallurgy, Pullman 


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AIEE-IRE 


Electrical and Radio Engineers Honorary 


THOMAS BRUGUIER 
President 



ROW 1: Thomas Bruguier, Don Southworth, Deane Hilt, George Antypas, Maoling Liu, advisor; Walter Windus, Bill Lokken, Marko Milakovich, Bill 
Shaw, Duane H. Lyle, Ray Nelson, John Crawford, Lennis H. Vail. ROW 2: Terrence Heng, Ed Motteler, Robert Murison, Jim Lammers, Conrad Knopf, 
Leslie Ellis, Jack Hegseth, Ed Taylor, Rex E. King, Harold Sanders, Bill Flatt, Neil Williams, Harold Shoemaker. 



ROW 1: Jason Graham, Rich Sowards, Gerald Sahleen, Rowlee Ridgeway, Grant Emigh, Dennis A. Armstrong, John Finnila, James Finnila, Dave Hilton, 
David Pettit, Larry Rippe. ROW 2: Lynn Tower, Dennis Sager, F. Michel, Larry Wehmhoefer. Ray Lickfold, Paul Loefman, Bob Boehm. Charles McFar¬ 
land, Dan Bevins, Lewis E. Lundy, Bud Schaffer, Rich Wagner, William McLaren. ROW 3: Wayne Evenson, David VanHersett, Dick Aslakson, Robert 
Kurtz, Fred Fischer, Clark Zehnder, Bill Hammond, Dick Ward, Dell Elliot, Rex Allied, John Mowery, Kenneth Jordan, Ron Ahlf, T. B. Swearingen, advisor. 


ASME 


Mechanical Engineers Professional 


PAUL LAUFMAN 
President 



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AIA 


Architecture Professional 


PHIL E. FLEMING 
President 




ROW 1: Nandariy Vannuma, Jerry R. Browning, Phil E. Fleming. Dave Hirzel, Paul Gregory, Stan Panko, Dorman Anderson. Vernon Herzeelle. ROW 2: 
David M. Scott, advisor; Harry C. Weller, Day Hilborn, Bryan Davis, Merch DeGrasse, Graham Hubenthal, Kent Nixon, Peter Luke, Max Bolte, Robert 
C. Koch, Jerry M. Shroeder, Leroy Hansen. 



ROW 1: L. H. Delaney, Tom Semon, C. L. Barker, Jan G. Digerud. Ralph Fairbanks, Larry D. Biggs, Arnie Krokan, Bob Kuhta, Bob Wilson, Jim Miller, 
Ken Ferguson, Don Dost. ROW 2: Lee Schroeder, Jim Garrison. Neil Greenwalt, Don Walther, Chuck Keltch, Larry Esvelt, Marlin Lenssen, Bert Wigth, 
Chuck Simpson, Jack Molsness, Jim Coulter. John Cheek. Bob Couch. Bob Taylor. George Anderson. ROW 3: Tom Hargrove, Virgil Weld, Mohammad R. 
Pazooki, Jerry A. Tinker, Dennis Ah Mau, Farouk Kayali. Amin ALAwar. Tom F. Fuller. Mike Becker. Robert Hatton, Robert Terry, Larry Powell, John 
Strada, Curtis Webber. ROW 4: Roger H. Nelson, Jerry Harper. Ola J. Strommen, Cliff Bedell, Paul T. Godsil, Robert A. Klein, Harvey Leach, Denny E. 
Murbach, Gary L. Manchester, Tony A. Oyeshiku, Charles W. Coddington, Ernie Swartout, Lynn Larson, Jack R. Spille, R. L. Juneman. 


ASCE 


Civil Engineering Professional 


JOHN CHEEK 

President 



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Scarab 


Architecture Honorary 


JOHN M. STEWART 
President 




ROW 1: Graham Hubenthal, Jerry R. Browning, Stan Panko, Phil E. Fleming, Dave Hirzel, Paul Gregory, Dorman Anderson, Vernon Herzeelle. ROW 2: 
David M. Scott, Day Hilborn, Nandariy Vannuma, Merch A. DeGrasse, Bryan Davis, Max Rolte, Kent Nixon, John M. Stewart, Harry G. Weller, advisor. 



ROW 1: D. A. Bassett, Larry Esvelt, Ladin Delaney, Lee Schroeder, John Habberstad, Darrell M. Erb, Louis Nihoul, Karl Berntsen, Larry Martin, Pete 
Wiedemann, Gary Dodge, Dave Hylton, John Fabian. ROW 2: Jack L. Woerner, John R. Molsness, John Finnila, Harold Shoemaker, Bob Deardorff, 
Denny Reinhardt, Jon Jacobson, Dave Hirzel, Larry Biggs, Mike Becker, Dell Elliott, Walter Windus, Artell J. Lovell, Dave Wahl. 



Sigma Tau 

Engineering Honorary 


LARRY ESVELT 
President 


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JIM MILLER 
President 


Tau Beta Pi 

Engineering Honorary 



ROW 1: Richard Wagner, Conrad Knopf, John Habberstad, Dorman Anderson, John Fabian, Larry Martin, Ken Ferguson, Denny Murbach, Gary Dodge, 
Walter Windus. ROW 2: Albert K. Wong, Steve Rhodes, Dave Hylton, Bob Deardorff, Pete Wiedemann, Lee Schroeder, Bill Hatch, Bob Terry, Dave Wahl, 
Ed Pool. ROW 3: Jack Molsness, Dale Collins, Jim Miller, Harold Shoemaker, Larry Esvelt, Larin Delany, John Oldfield, Clark Zehnder, Delbert Brown, 
Don Southworth. 



ROW 1: Robert Luedeking, counselor; Ron Richards, Gerald Bloom, Loel Labberton, John Marvin, Gary Dodge, Dag Helgestad, Karl Berntsen. ROW 2: 
J. D. Cardwell, W. J. Springer, Donald Grafton, Yung Kim, Bob Koch, Larry Sims, Roger Schiess, Ken Weldin, Dave Holt. 


AICE 


Chemical Engineering Professional 


GARY DODGE 
President 



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College of 
Sciences and Arts 



A. W. THOMPSON, Dean 
College of Sciences and Arts 




Every student will become acquainted with some 
aspect of the fine liberal arts program when he 
completes university requirements for his degree. 



T. H. KENNEDY 

Associate Dean 

College of Sciences and Arts 


B. ROGER RAY 
Associate Dean 
College of Sciences and Arts 


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ADOLPH HECHT 
Department Chairman 
Botany 


RAYMOND MUSE 
Department Chairman 
History 


KEMBLE STOUT 
Department Chairman 
Music 


S. J. CRANDELL 
Department Chairman 
Speech 























A. O. UNDBERG 
Department Chairman 
Foreign Languages 


NELSON A. AULT 
Department Chairman 
English 




A. KEITH MONAGHAN 
Department Chairman 
Fine Arts 



WILLIAM BAND 
Department Chairman 
Physics 



DONALD F. McCALL 
Department Chairman 
Police Science 


PAUL L. BECKETT 
Department Chairman 
Political Science 



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CARL M. STEVENS 
Department Chairman 
Chemistry 


SIDNEY G. HACKER 
Department Chairman 
Mathematics 


J. L. STOKES 
Department Chairman 
Rnrtprinlopv and Public Health 






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H. V. ALWARD, JR. 
Department Chairman 
Journalism 


JAMES H. ELDER 
Department Chairman 
Psychology 


WALLIS BEASLEY 
Department Chairman 
Sociology and Anthropology 




DONALD A. WELLS 
Department Chairman 
Philosophy 


















College of Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1: 

Ken Brink, History, Burton 
Richard Brown, History, Sumner 
William Davis, History. Washougal 
Steve Lightle, History. Auburn 
Edgar May, History, Germany 


ROW 2: 

Ralph Norbom, History, Everett 
Jerry Robertson, History, Clarkston 
Jack Simpson, History, Pullman 
Susan Torkelson, History, Seattle 
Robert Brown, Political Science, Sumner 


ROW 3: 

Herbert Harmon, Political Science, Pullman 
Ebeth Henson, Political Science, Seattle 
Ron Larson, Political Science. Olympia 
Bob Mader, Political Science, Vancouver 
Fred Segrest, Political Science, Kennewick 


ROW 4: 

Bart Vogel, Political Science, Auburn 
Sherry Brandt, Social Studies, Orondo 
Carla Buell, Social Studies, Bremerton 
George Davies, Social Studies, Metaline Falls 
Kathleen Dennis, Social Studies, Everett 


ROW 5: 

Julie Drummond, Social Studies, Oroville 
David Durham, Social Studies, Seattle 
Karen Kennedy, Social Studies, Cheney 
Robert Lingow, Social Studies, Dayton 
Sandra McCloud, Social Studies, Bremerton 


ROW 6: 

Marilyn McConaghy, Social Studies, Tacoma 
Judy Mitchell, Social Studies, Michigan 
Gerald Nobbitt, Social Studies, Yakima 
Karen Pickett, Social Studies, Spokane 
Boyd Swent, Social Studies, Endicott 



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1961 Graduates 


HOW 1: 

Donna Wieland, Social Studies , Sequim 
Roc Brierley, Pre-law, Spokane 
Randy Cripe, Pre-law, Spokane 
Gary Cronk, Pre-law, Garfield 
Don Francone, Pre-law, Oregon 


ROW 2: 

Ed Holm, Pre-law, Spokane 
Douglas Nevins, Pre-law, Seattle 
Bill Priest, Pre-law, Pullman 
Roger Reed, Pre-law, Spokane 
Aurelle Smoot, Pre-law, Moses Lake 


ROW 3: 

Jim Stewart, Pre-law, Spokane 
Curt Thomson, Pre-law, Kent 
Craig Whitcomb, Pre-/au;, Idaho 
Robert Zeller, Pre-law, Puyallup 
Dick Anderson, Sociology, Pullman 


ROW 4: 

David Austin, Sociology, Walla Walla 
Glenda Bean, Sociology, Chewelah 
Laura Cheatham, Sociology, Olympia 
Ruth Dahlstrom, Sociology, Bellevue 
David Favor, Sociology, Metaline Falls 


ROW 5: 

Judith Favor, Sociology, Oregon 
Jo Ann Gettles, Sociology, Bellingham 
Peggy Greenfield, Sociology, Pullman 
Betty Haugen, Sociology, Vancouver 
Carol James, Sociology, Yakima 


ROW 6: 

Wendy Kraft, Sociology, Pullman 
Karen Krause, Sociology, Seattle 
Wilma Loudon, Sociology, Selah 
Cathey McCoun, Sociology, Walla Walla 
Louise McLenegan, Sociology, Richland 













College of Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1: 

Karen Nelson, Sociology, St. John 
Elizabeth Ness, Sociology, Everett 
Micheale Porter, Sociology, Lynden 
Judith Ruddy, Sociology, Pullman 
Nancy See, Sociology, Alaska 


ROW 2: 

Marilyn Wolfe, Sociology, Yakima 
Susan Zeran, Sociology , California 
William Bennett, Anthropology, Pullman 
Richard Baker, Police Science. Shelton 
Bruce Bishop, Police Science, Seattle 


ROW 3: 

Bob Breitenfeldt, Police Science, Pullman 
William Brunette, Police Science, Texas 
Eric Carlson, Police Science, Minnesota 
Mike Chester, Police Science, Seattle 
John Gettles, Police Science, Bellingham 


ROW 4: 

Jerry Jackson, Police Science. Prescott 
Bill Jones, Police Science, Pullman 
Colin Perry, Police Science, Tacoma 
Mack Richardson, Police Science. Richland 
Donald Stowell, Police Science, Pullman 


ROW 5: 

Leslie Tower, Police Science, Moses Lake 
Bob Belair, Psychology, Spokane 
Kay Botts, Psychology, Seattle 
Ted Carratt, Psychology, Centerville 
Carole Eardley, Psychology. Seattle 


ROW 6: 

Eric Greenfield, Psychology, Pullman 
Bob Griffin, Psychology, Texas 
Kris Mikalson, Psychology, Spokane 
Shirley Moore, Psychology, Spokane 
Lynda Taylor, Psychology, California 



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1961 Graduates 



HOW 1: 

Paul Togawa, Psychology, Hawaii 
Dorothy Tucker, Psychology , Marysville 
Diane Vickery, Psychology, Seattle 
Katharine Wagner, Psychology, Oregon 
Roger Westman, Psychology, Everett 


ROW 2: 

Ron Wikander, Psychology. Bremerton 
Janet Wolter, Psychology, Spokane 
Linda Beckett, English, Pullman 
Dee Bettys, English. Spokane 
Louise Conant, English. Valleyford 


ROW 3: 

Janet Dragoo, English. Kettle Falls 
Lynne Ellingson, English, Tacoma 
Ken Freeman, English. Tacoma 
Janice Giese, English, Odessa 
Carol Grabner, English, Tacoma 


ROW 4: 

Mary Lou Hander. English, Wenatchee 
Marcia Herman, English. Everett 
Linda Johnson, English, Colfax 
Carol Lemon, English. Yakima 
Sandy Leyda, English, Spokane 


ROW 5: 

Thomas Russell, English. Spokane 
Kay Tarpenning, English, Kennewick 
Carol Austin, Foreign Languages. Seattle 
Thomas Russell, Philosophy, Spokane 
Pearl Sobota, Philosophy. Seattle 














College of Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1: 

Ron Apperson, Music, Spokane 
Gil Bodrak, Music, Pullman 
Anna Brasel, Music, Ridgefield 
Roger Briscoe, Music, Spokane 
Neil Buhman, Music, Pullman 


ROW 2: 

Mike Caldwell, Music, Wenatchee 
Verne Campbell, Music, Spokane 
Virginia Franklin, Music, Camas 
Tom Gates, Music, Pomeroy 
Neil Grace, Music, Edmonds 


ROW 3: 

Gail Guggenbickler, Music, Montesano 
Beverly Kirkwood, Music, Spokane 
Nancy Pierson, Music, Colfax 
Ron Shields, Music, California 
Lynda Smith, Music, Vancouver 


ROW 4: 

Jeannette Stein, Music, Spokane 
Dana Alsworth, Fine Arts, Spokane 
Len Blinn, Fine Arts, Seattle 
Nancy Cotton, Fine Arts, Richland 
John Friel, Fine Arts, Pullman 


ROW 5: 

Arthur Hawn, Fine Arts, Grandview 
Garry Mueller, Fine Arts, Newman Lake 
Carole Mullen, Fine Arts, Coulee Dam 
Nan Nalder, Fine Arts, Pullman 
Ruth Rudd, Fine Arts, Tieton 










1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

James Seeley, Fine Arts. Spokane 
Larry Stobie, Fine Arts, Newport 
Marie Weiss, Fine Arts, Camas 
Janet Carlson, Speech, Everett 
Dave Cordon, Speech, Oregon 


ROW 2: 

Betty Jean Gotham, Speech, Colville 
Bill Hall, Speech, Idaho 
Joanne Henning, Speech, Thornton 
Dick Howard, Speech. Spokane 
Neil Linder, Speech, Hoquiam 


ROW 3: 

Andrea Lorer, Speech, Spokane 
Robert Marx, Speech, Sequim 
Marilyn Root, Speech, Spokane 
Jean Schwartz, Speech, Zillah 
Sharon Sonnek, Speech, North Dakota 


ROW 4: 

Bill Watt, Speech , Spokane 

Larry Whitmore, Speech, Colfax 

Frank Wilson, Speech. Pullman 

Pat Woody, Speech. Idaho 

John Larsen, Wildlife Management, Longview 


ROW 5: 

Ronald Long, Wildlife Management, Naches 
David Alton, Bacteriology, Yakima 
David Engvall, Bacteriology, Veradale 
Karen Engvall, Bacteriology, Veradale 
Sheila Fraser, Bacteriology, Seattle 


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College of Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1: 

Sally Harris, Bacteriology, Seattle 
Nancy Hett, Bacteriology, Pullman 
Patti Meves, Bacteriology, Seattle 
Anne Sprow, Bacteriology, Spokane 
Ed Vang, Bacteriology, Idaho 


ROW 2: 

Gayle Williams, Bacteriology, Tacoma 
Clyde Alexander. Mathematics, Montana 
Judi Anderson, Mathematics, Issaquah 
Jerald Beck, Mathematics, Odessa 
David Morgan, Mathematics, New York 


ROW 3: 

Ng KatChow, Mathematics, Pullman 
Kenneth Pettichord, Mathematics, Pullman 
Ed Rosland, Mathematics, Yakima 
Neal Brown. Physics, Idaho 
Jim Estes, Physics, Tacoma 


ROW 4: 

John Gould, Physics, Mossy Rock 
Hermann Bartels. Chemistry, Germany 
Jim Carpenter, Chemistry, Spokane 
Rudiger Haugwitz, Chemistry, Germany 
Don Hyden, Chemistry, Port Angeles 


ROW 5: 

Jay Kent, Chemistry, Spokane 
John McDonald, Chemistry, Idaho 
Mike Millam, Chemistry, Olympia 
Ned Wogman, Chemistry. Spokane 
Bill Bartel 1, Geology, Seattle 



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1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

Vern Emerson, Geology, Pullman 
Vic Fisher, Geology, Palouse 
Nancy Bell, Social Sciences, Spokane 
Terry Brady, Journalism, Tacoma 
Bruce Buchanan, Natural Sciences, Tacoma 


ROW 2: 

Shirley Cannon, Journalism, Wenatchee 
Joanna Castle, Social Sciences, Opportunity 
Dave Cleave, Natural Sciences. Mt. Vernon 
Marjie Di Luzio, Natural Sciences, Spokane 
Roger Duprel, Social Sciences, Auburn 


ROW 3: 

Carin Fenton, Social Sciences, Edmonds 
Willa Franzen, Natural Sciences, Tacoma 
Kathleen Gowler, Social Sciences, Edmonds 
John Haldi, Natural Sciences, Spokane 
Sandra Hayes, Social Sciences, Seattle 


ROW 4: 

Hans Hickstein, Social Sciences, Rockford 
Ellen Hougland, Social Sciences, Republic 
Duane Jacoby, Natural Sciences, Acme 
Jonelyn Johnson. Social Sciences, Bellingham 
Kathy Johnson, Social Sciences. Wenatchee 


ROW 5: 

Darleen Kent, Natural Sciences, Olga 
Vern Kondra, Natural Sciences, Bellevue 
Larry Largent, Social Sciences, Colfax 
Michael Lowry, Social Sciences, Kennewick 
Sharon MacQuarrie, Humanities, Pullman 


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College of Sciences and Arts 


ROW 1: 

Charles Mains, Natural Sciences, Bickelton 
Pat Merten, Social Sciences, Seattle 
Wallace Metzger, Natural Sciences , Montesano 
Robert Miller, Social Sciences, Walla Walla 
George Nixon, Natural Sciences, Canada 


ROW 2: 

Arlene Noel, Natural Sciences, Spokane 
Albert Olson, Natural Sciences, Pullman 
Max Perry, Natural Sciences, Ethel 
Ann Pickard, Social Sciences, Seattle 
Helen Reilly, Social Sciences, Burton 


ROW 3: 

John Repanich, Natural Sciences, Port Orchard 
Larry Reynolds, Natural Sciences, Ferndale 
Dave Ringler, Journalism, Friday Harbor 
Linda Romaneschi, Humanities, Tacoma 
Mary Lee Smith, Social Sciences, California 


ROW 4: 

Inez Thompson, Humanities, Goldendale 
Don Walter, Natural Sciences, Spokane 
Nancy Warwick, Social Sciences, Davenport 
Howard Welch, Natural Sciences, Alaska 
Sadra Wood, Natural Sciences, Seattle 
Gary Wilgus, Natural Sciences, Richland 


ROW 5: 

Gary Huber, Pre-medicine, Spokane 
Merle Sande, Pre-medicine, Mt.Vernon 
Jerome Tierney, Pre-medicine, Reardan 
Dick Moore, Pre-dentistry, Oregon 



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Delta Phi Delta 

Fine Arts Honorary 


CURT LYDIC 
President 




ROW 1: Harvy West, Nancy Nalder, Terry Randall, Curtis Lydic. ROW 2: Jim Holmes, Bob Jensen, Garry Mueller, John Friel. 



ROW 1: Roger Briscoe, Dale Strickland, Mike Caldwell, Jane Ridlington, Sharon Blomquist, Shirley Brizendine, Ora Lee Ault, John Haldi, John Srail, 
Jim Taylor, Tom Herron, Neil Grace. ROW 2: Sandra Backman, Amanda Just, advisor; Charlotte Montgomery, Gail Batterman, Phyllis Calkins, Mary 
Lou Webb, Gail Guggenbickler, Norma Gettman, Beverly Kirkwood, Margaret Shields, Carol Bayne, Susan Hook. 



Mu Phi-Phi Mu 

Mu Phi Epsilon and Phi Mu Alpha 
Music Honoraries 


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BEVERLY KIRKWOOD 
President 









JERRY TIERNEY 
President 


Pi Tau Iota 


Pre-dent and Pre-med Honorary 




ROW 1: Erich Richter, Mary Ellen Stone, Frankie Lowell, Dick Anderson, Ed Joneschild, Val Jorgensen, Elinor Tousley, Jerry Tierney, Gary Huber. 
ROW 2: Dick Raugust, Jack Esvelt, A1 Wermuth, Dave McBeth, Tom Buchanan, Don Norris, Merle Sande, Bruce Ellingsen. 




^ £5i 

S ' S 1 

pM 

M Vo- 



ROW 1: Darel Fuller, Gerald Sauleen, William McKay, Mardo Milakovich, Robert Bodmer, D. P. Marlow. ROW 2: Victor Hall, James Bull, Don 
McLemore, Jack D. Hegseth, James Keeth, David Engvall, Linley Gumm. 



Rho Epsilon 

Radio Amateur Club 


WILLIAM McKAY 
President 


















ROW 1: Diane Tetrick. Darlene Bauer, Carol Freeman, Mary Ann Jacobson, Nancy Greenway, Hilda Roberts. ROW 2: Marlene Hollenback, Kay Mrachek, 
Wendy Gay. Irene Espinoza, Nancy Gaspard. Kathy Muehsam. Donna Robinson. 



ROW 1: A. W. Thompson. Jeanne Hurley. Patsy Linden, Angie Long, Viola B. Reed, Vera Kosin, Barbara Johnson, Adelle Knox, Lorean LaPointe, Carol 
Austin, Adriaan Spaans, Harold D. Evjen. ROW 2: Toby Gustafson, Gordon Jackson, Maurice LaBelle, B. R. Weaver, Richard Fleming, A. O. Lindberg, 
I. L. Kosin, Robert Knox, J. H. Sullivan, Angelo Cantera, Jesse Levitt, Glen Franklin. 


Sigma Kappa Phi 

Foreign Language Honorary 



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LOREAN LAPOINTE 
President 







Theta Sigma Phi 

Women’s Journalism Honorary 




ROW 1: Carole Eardley, Susan Harris, Shirley Cannon, Kathleen Nesseth, Virginia Pauley, Carol Lemon. ROW 2: John Reidy, advisor; Anna J. Erickson, 
advisor; Patty Rogers, Diane W. Coffin, Polly Walker, Sherrill Carlson, advisor. 



ROW 1: Sue Harris, Judy Hatch, John Sandifer, Neil Linder, Bob Marx, Dewey Westberg, Carl Highland, Dave Cordon, Bob McConnell, Jerry Yokom, 
Marilyn Root. 


Alpha Epsilon Rho 


Radio-TV Honorary 


BOB MARX 
President 



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JOHN GETTLES 
President 


Alpha Phi Sigma 

Police Science Honorary 



ROW 1: James Shannon, Donn Owens, Bob Harvie, Mickey Miller, Annette Altoff, David Whiteman, John Gettles. ROW 2: Richard E. Baker, Donald 
Stowell, W. T. Brunette, David Johnson, Bill Fabian, Kenneth Buzzell, Larry Delaney, Robert Frisbe. 




David Ringler, John Vlahovich, Bob Marx, Craig Murden. 


Sigma Delta Chi 

Men’s Journalism Honorary 


DAVE RINGLER 
President 



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EUGENE CLARK, Dean 
School of Economics and Business 



R. D. TOUSLEY 
Department Chairman 
Business Administration 



RALPH I. THAYER 
Department Chairman 
Economics 


School of Economics 
and Business 


The School of Economics and Business provides a 
background for future executives and secretaries. 



JOHN A. GUTHRIE 
Director 

Bureau of Economic and Business Research 



ROBERT E. HOSKINSON 
Department Chairman 
Secretarial Studies 


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1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

Jerry Enzier, Economics, Fairfield 
James Harrington, Economics, Canada 
Jim Kent, Economics, Spokane 
Dennis Lemaster, Economics, Everett 
Todd Parker, Economics, Pullman 


ROW 2: 

Richard Slocum, Economics, Pullman 
Dick Stephan, Economics. Bellingham 
Marvin Witherow, Economics, Forks 
Barbara Lawson, Geography, Seattle 


ROW 3: 

Mike Parris, Geography, Poulsbo 
David Brotnov, Business Administration, Pullman 
Dick Burnett, Business Administration, Omak 
Kent Burnham, Business Administration , Veradale 
Bill Crabb, Business Administration, Selah 


ROW 4: 

A1 Cromer, Business Administration , Spokane 
Randall Culp, Business Administration. Spokane 
Dan Danielson, Business Administration, Bothell 
Rowland Davis, Business Administration. Coupeville 
Richard Eller, Business Administration, Opportunity 


ROW 5: 

Mike Ellis, Business Administration, Alaska 
Douglas Fitzpatrick, Business Admin.. Garfield 
Bill Frost, Business Administration, Alaska 
John Gallagher, Business Administration, Spokane 
David Gauch, Business Administration, Pullman 


ROW 6: 

Jason Graham, Business Administration. Gig Harbor 
Gerald Grunwald, Business Admin.. Oak Harbor 
Robert Harp. Business Administration. Tekoa 
Charles Harrington. Business Admin.. Canada 
Roy Hilliard, Business Administration, Pullman 


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School of Economics and Business 


ROW 1: 

Robert Johnson, Business Administration, Hawaii 
Don Mackin, Business Administration, Pullman 
Charles Maki, Business Administration, Pullman 
Ken McClure, Business Administration, Greenacres 
Howard Meek, Business Administration, Mabton 


ROW 2: 

Terry Minkiewitz, Business Administration, Pasco 
Dianne Mounts, Business Administration, Olympia 
John Niemeyer, Business Admin., Walla Walla 
Donald O’Malley, Business Administration, Seattle 
George Osborn, Business Administration , Kent 


ROW 3: 

Gerald Pallies, Business Administration, Auburn 
Janae Parker, Business Administration, Leavenworth 
Darrell Parks, Business Administration, Wenatchee 
Bill Perdue, Business Administration. Selah 
Richard Picatti, Business Administration, Yakima 


ROW 4: 

Don Ramer, Business Administration, Walla Walla 
Thomas Rettig, Business Admin., Walla Walla 
Rod Rickard, Business Administration, California 
Karl Romaneschi, Business Administration, Everett 
Stanley Sasaki, Business Administration, Pullman 


ROW 5: 

Ronald Scott, Business Administration, Yakima 
Pep Smith, Business Administration, Spokane 
Rudy Spriano, Business Administration, Spokane 
Dave Tennyson, Business Administration , Georgia 
Don Thompson, Business Administration , Seattle 


ROW 6: 

Glen Utzman, Business Administration, Pullman 
Bill Voss, Business Administration, Pullman 
Don Wall, Business Administration, Spokane 
Richard Ward, Business Administration, Pullman 
Mary Wigen, Business Administration, Seattle 



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1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

Jay Williamson, Business Administration, Palouse 
John Cox, Hotel Administration, Canada 
Robert Goettel, Hotel Administration, Spokane 
Wayne Harris, Hotel Administration, Pullman 
Mike Nocula, Hotel Administration, Yakima 


ROW 2: 

Mel Schlant, Hotel Administration, Spokane 
Sandra Stafford, Hotel Administration. Seattle 
Gene Stephens, Hotel Administration, Pullman 
Jim Veenhuizen, Hotel Administration, Seattle 
Karen Aim, Secretarial Studies, Chewelah 


ROW 3: 

Brooke Anderson, Secretarial Studies, Shelton 
Sharon Brandt, Secretarial Studies, Auburn 
Marilynn Evans, Secretarial Studies, Bellingham 
Sheila Gawn, Secretarial Studies, Spokane 
Carolyn Hanson, Secretarial Studies, Snoqualmie 


ROW 4: 

Norma Ike, Secretarial Studies, Oregon 
Nellie Jo Lilley, Secretarial Studies, Seattle 
Orene Little, Secretarial Studies, Creston 
Joan Peterson, Secretarial Studies, Everett 
Marilyn Rupp, Secretarial Studies, Prosser 


ROW 5: 

Ona Sjostrom, Secretarial Studies, Veradale 
Carol Stewart, Secretarial Studies, Walla Walla 
Pat Swanson, Secretarial Studies, Spokane 
Donna Wallace, Secretarial Studies, Walla Walla 


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Beta Gamma Sigma 

Business Administration Honorary 


HOWARD MOUNT 
President 




ROW 1: R. D. Tousley, advisor; Robert Harp, Irving Field, W. Rodgers Higgins, A. Williams Stoess, Sandra Stafford, Howard Mount, John Cox. 



Mary Wigen, Margit Anderson, Ona Sjostrom, Margaret Linnan, Dianne Mounts, Rosemary Martin, Monita McClellan, Donna Mae Wallace, Sue Marthens, 
Irene Kievat. 



ORENE LITTLE 
President 


Phi Chi Theta 

Women’s Business Honorary 


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GENE STEPHENS 
President 



Sigma Iota 

Hotel Administration Honorary 



ROW 1: Tom Johnson. Ellen Hougland, Dee Field, Jerry Mc-Farlane, Sandy Stafford, Jim Veenhuizen. Gene Stephens, Roger Amundson, Jerry Costello 
Rod Anderson, Jerry Weller. ROW 2: Wayne Harris, Chris Marker, Jim VanLeuven, Vince Higgins, Don Essinger, Elin Rasmussen, Don Berger, Rob 
Cornish, Terry Lynch, Chuck Telford, Bill Barlow, Joe Costello. Bob Blair. ROW 3: Dave Grant, Mike Nocula, Bruce Mumford, Leigh Schultheis, John 
Cox, Bob Rich, J. T. Bradley. Bob Dillman. Gary Springer, Bill Simons, Kent Cronkhite, Gene Erickson, John Peterson. 



ROW 1: Richard G. Picatti, Rosemary H. Martin. Tony Ziegwied, Charles R. Conant, Jerry R. Hieronymous, Davis L. Gauch. ROW 2: Donald D. Pelton 
advisor; Robert L. Smith, Richard K. Burnett, David M. Brotnov, Jimmy D. Boyd. 


Advancement of Management 

Upperclassmen in Business Administration 


DAVID GAUCH 
President 



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School of 
Education 


The School of Education is a familiar depart¬ 
ment to a large percentage of students on the 
WSU campus majoring in the teaching fields. 


Z. B. KATTERLE, Dean 
School of Education 


1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

Julie Sharon Aaring, Education. Pullman 
Sue Ahlquist, Education , Bremerton 
Nancy Austin, Education, Alderwood Manor 
Joan Baken. Education, La Crosse 
Kathy Barbo, Education, Seattle 


ROW 2: 

Holly Barker, Education, Spokane 
Colleen Bates, Education. Tacoma 
Suzie Bates, Education, Pullman 
Johanna Benson, Education, Prosser 
Joy Bodrak, Education, Pullman 


ROW 3: 

Winifred Breakey, Education, Bellingham 
Virginia Brown, Education, Oakesdale 
Sharon Courrier, Education, Everett 
Jackie Deering, Education, Issaquah 
Kay Delany, Education, Ephrata 


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School of Education 



ROW 1: 

Phyllis De Marco, Education, Seattle 
Deanna Dillon, Education, Spokane 
Bonnie Doan, Education, Pullman 
Janet Downen, Education, Grandview 
Darlene Estep, Education, Ferndale 


ROW 2: 

Marlene Evans, Education, Naches 
Pat Flaherty, Education, Walla Walla 
Yvonne Foy, Education, Port Townsend 
Carol Goemmer, Education, Camas 
Garry Groves, Education, Idaho 


ROW 3: 

Judy Hannukaine, Education, Montesano 
Mary Hartman, Education, Oakville 
Mary Ann Hathorn, Education, Four Lakes 
Barbara Henry, Education, Spokane 
Elizabeth Henry, Education, California 


ROW 4: 

Nancy Henry, Education, Pullman 
Pattie Hofer, Education, Prescott 
Linda Hughbanks, Education, Spokane 
Janice Humphreys, Education , Oak Harbor 
Carolyn Jensen, Education, Tacoma 


ROW 5: 

Betty Johnson, Education, Spokane 
Paula Johnson, Education, Pullman 
Toni Kemp, Education, Bremerton 
Leanne Korsgaard, Education, Seattle 
Mona Lake, Education, Spokane 


ROW 6: 

Susan Larson, Education, Leavenworth 
Joyce Long, Education, Yakima 
Judy Long, Education, Clarkston 
Joy Longmire, Education, Pullman 
Velma Love, Education, Garfield 


ROW 7: 

Gloria Lucas, Education, Moses Lake 
Marilyn Mason, Education, Medical Lake 
Betty Matheson, Education, Pasco 
Judy McDonald, Education, Pullman 
Mary McPeak, Education, Spokane 


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School of Education 


ROW 1: 

Margaret Moores, Education, Mt. Vernon 
Florence Nakama, Education. Hawaii 
Sylvia Nordlund, Education, Yakima 
Patricia O’Dell, Education, Moses Lake 
Loretta Osborne, Education, Pullman 


ROW 2: 

Patty Pence, Education, Spokane 
Priscilla Pipe, Education, Tacoma 
Pat Repanich, Education, Port Orchard 
Kayanne Ringo, Education, Spokane 
Christine Ritland, Education, Spokane 


ROW 3: 

Ronald Ross, Education, Prosser 
Mary Ann Rygg, Education, Everett 
Ann Schulthess, Education, Spokane 
Janet Schuster, Education, Spokane 
Margaret Shields, Education, Deer Park 


ROW 4: 

Judy Shoemaker, Education. Walla Walla 
Peggy Simpson, Education, Pullman 
Sue Slater, Education. Seattle 
Velda Smith, Education , Pullman 
Barbara Spencer, Education, Everett 


ROW 5: 

Judy Streib, Education, Colfax 
Irene Terming, Education, Seattle 
Gloria Utzman, Education, Pullman 
Louise Vik, Education, Everett 
Susan Westcott, Education, Tacoma 


ROW 6: 

Becky Whybark, Education, Yakima 
Don Wile, Education, Wenatchee 
Joe Ackermann, Industrial Arts, Cathlamet 
Gary Blaze, Industrial Arts, Pullman 
Grant Jones, Industrial Arts, Washougal 


ROW 7: 

Dean Knox, Industrial Arts, Pullman 
Roger Morris, Industrial Arts, Pullman 
Richard Posenske, Industrial Arts, Edwall 
Wallace Smith, Industrial Arts, Alaska 
Alan Stoller, Industrial Arts, Camas 



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Industrial Arts Club 


Industrial Arts Professional 


GARY GLAZE 
President 








ROW 1: John Hauser, Roger Morris, Vergil Eastrom, David Williams, Mike Pennachi, Denis Twibell, Gary Glaze, Robert Kuhl, Richard Fowler, Walter 
Arlt. ROW 2: Bryce Cook, Gary Bean, Tom Mays, Chuck Lundberg, Gary Gleason, Rich Inch, Richard Kirihara, Gorden Lee, Grant Jones, Joe Ackermann, 
Don Clayton. 



ROW 1: John R. Munden, John Silva, Bob Ballantyne, Phil Peterson, Carl Stegman, Oscar Gladish, Dr. William McDougal, Edwin Baxter, Lloyd Olson, 
Dan Dibble. ROW 2: William Broadhead, Dr. Albert Waterman. Dr. William Crawford, Louis McNew, Dick White, Ed Yarsoz, Dick Fowler, Stan Marsh, 
Gary Whiting, Dr. Bryson Jaynes. 


Phi Delta Kappa 

Men’s Educational Honorary 



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JOHN MUNDEN 
President 












VELMA PHILLIPS, Dean, College of Home Economics 



Home 

Economics 


Practical experience is a key point in the 
School of Home Economics at WSU. 



EMMA E. HARRIS 
Department Chairman 
Child Development 


GRACE E. SWEATT 
Department Chairman 
Institution Economics 


MIGNON PERRY 
Department Chairman 
Clothing and Textiles 


H. DELIGHT MAUGHAN 
Department Chairman 
Foods and Nutrition 


ANNA L. WOOD 

Department Chairman 

Interior Decoration and Home Planning 




















1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

Betty Ashmun, Home Economics, Manson 
Louina Belaire, Home Economics, Moxee 
Artie Jo Blanchard, Home Economics, Maryhill 
Joan-Bohlke, Home Economics, Prosser 
Janie Booker, Home Economics, Cunningham 


ROW 2: 

Nancy Conrady, Home Economics, Newport 
Sue Curran, Home Economics, Tacoma 
Bernice De Lano, Home Economics, Grandview 
Delona Fassero, Home Economics, Cle Elum 
Ann Heidenreich, Home Economics, Rosalia 


ROW 3: 

Judith Hill, Home Economics, Olympia 
Margaret Jones, Home Economics, Ephrata 
Dorothy Kernwein, Home Economics , Tacoma 
Loi Liddell, Home Economics, Port Angeles 
Peggy Long, Home Economics, Entiat 


ROW 4: 

Judy Lowary, Home Economics, Endicott 
Darlene Mills, Home Economics, Nespelem 
Lois Mitchell, Home Economics, Oakville 
Sandra Mosby, Home Economics, Malott 
Sandy Nichols, Home Economics, Gig Harbor 


ROW 5: 

Arch Elee Oakshott, Home Economics, Pullman 
Celia Ramer, Home Economics, Pullman 
Sherrie Rawlings, Home Economics, Tekoa 
Donna Ray, Home Economics, Winlock 
Janice Reinbold, Home Economics, Spokane 


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College of Home Economics 


ROW 1: 

Betty Schreiber, Home Economics, Coupeville 
Carole Schuster, Home Economics, Chehalis 
Marilyn Smith, Home Economics, Everett 
Jean Svinth, Home Economics, Pullman 
Barbara Turner, Home Economics, Okanogan 


ROW 2: 

Carol Ullock, Home Economics, Bremerton 
Janice Weber, Home Economics, Kennewick 
Carolyn West, Home Economics, Tacoma 
Jean Chambers, Institution Economics, Sunnyside 
Susan Chrysler, Institution Economics, Burlington 


ROW 3: 

Charlotte Fray, Institution Economics, Spokane 
Jane Kennedy, Institution Economics , Vancouver 
Virginia Pauley, Institution Economics, Tacoma 
Sylvia Thomason, Institution Economics, Elma 
Marge Youngquist, Foods and Nutrition, Bow 


ROW 4: 

Judy Erdahl, Clothing and Textiles, Tacoma 
Georgia Gray, Clothing and Textiles, Pullman 
Nan Livesay, Clothing and Textiles, Olympia 
Kathleen Nesseth, Clothing and Textiles, Pullman 
Alice Herres, Interior Decoration, Pomeroy 


ROW 5: 

Karen Klement, Interior Decoration, Spokane 
Gene Rebillard, Interior Decoration, Spokane 
Delores Bartelheimer, Household Equip., Snohomish 
Twila Hokanson, Household Equipment, Longview 



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School of 
Pharmacy 



A well-respected department on the WSU campus is 
the School of Pharmacy. Their annual dance, the 
Apothecarys’ Ball, was a success for the Pharmies. 


ALLEN I. WHITE. Dean 
School of Pharmacy 


1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

John Block, Pharmacy, Yakima 
Ralph Da Bell, Pharmacy , Dishman 
Chris Deliganis, Pharmacy, Idaho 
Bill Eubanks, Pharmacy, Sunnyside 
Allan Hallett, Pharmacy, Kettle Falls 


ROW 2: 

Janette Stoneman, Pharmacy, Pullman 
Ron Swanson, Pharmacy, Everett 
Leo Vandervort, Pharmacy, Wapato 
Victor Verling, Pharmacy, New York 


















American Pharmacy 
Association 

Pharmacy Professional 


RON SWANSON 
President 




ROW 1: Ron Swanson, Don Green, Arnold Martin, Haakon Bang, Eugene Dal Pino, Alfred Hill, Dave Repp, Richard Dietz, Gerald Danquist, Don 
Humphrey, Stanley Bye, Joel De Lisa, John Abrams. ROW 2: Carol E. Kennedy, Helen Louise Rowland, Sandy Harkema, Roberta Dods, Sharon Forth, 
Julia Puterbaugh, Joanne Sorenson, Mary Ann Starkey, Nancy Van DerHyde, Liz Dykstra, Joan Downing, Merry Meek, Joan Woodruff, Chris Deligani, 
Janette Stoneman. ROW 3: Bill Bates, John Block, John Moffitt, C. F. Martin, G. B. Fink, T. D. Sokoloski, V. N. Bhatia, M. R. Gibson, Ron Becker, 
Doug Freimuth, Charles Veach, Dave Gusseck, Gary Costner, Roger Ballard, Larry Schiffner, Jack Smith, Ed Smithhisler, Keith Campbell. ROW 4: 
A. I. White, Dick Sherwood, Bill Labberton, Robert C. Corless, Ray R. Blumenschein, Ron Johnson, Thad Pound, Mike Dickson, Louie Caldwell, Leo 
Vandervort, Ralph DaBell, Tom Widdows, Chuck Ware, R. Allen Hallett, Dave Tufts, Murlin Luedecker, Lynn Onustack, Jim Arthurs, Bob James. 





ROW 1: John Block, Robert Corless, Gary Costner, Raymond Blumenschein, Ronald Johnson, Leo Vandervort, Dave Gussick, Eugene Dal Pino. ROW 2: 
Don Green, G. B. Fink, M. R. Gibson, Bob James, Keith Campbell, T. D. Sololski, Jack Smith, Tom Widdows, A. L. White. ROW 3: Haakon Bang, Ralph 
E. DaBell, Bill Labberton, Bill Bates, Dave Tufts, Dick Sherwood, Mike Dickson, V. N. Bhatia. 



Kappa Psi 

National Pharmacy Fraternity 


LEO VANDERVORT 
President 


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Lambda Kappa Sigma 

Pharmacy Honorary for Women 


SANDY HARKEMA 
President 



Liz Dykstra, Nancy Van Der Hyde, Joan Woodruff, Helen Louise Rowland, Sandy Harkema, Chris Deliganis. 



ROW 1: Don Green, Arnold Martin, John Block, Carol E. Kennedy, C. F. Martin. ROW 2: Haakon Bang, M. R. Gibson, G. B. Fink, A. I. White, V. N. 
Bhatia, T. D. Sokoloski. 


Rho Chi 


National Pharmaceutical Honorary 


JOHN BLOCK 
President 



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PE and 
Recreation 



GOLDEN ROMNEY, Dean 
School of Physical Education and Recreation 



The Physical Education and Recreation Depart¬ 
ment is a well-known department to all college 
students. The wide variety of classes is appreciated 
by all. 



HELEN G. SMITH 
Department Chairman 
Physical Education for Women 


GLEN E. GALLIGAN 
Department Chairman 
Physical Education for Men 


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Physical Education and Recreation 



ROW 1: 

Gerri Baldwin, Physical Education, Kahlotus 
Tod Boylston, Physical Education, Coulee Dam 
Don Clark, Physical Education, Chelan 
Gary Flannery, Physical Education, Moses Lake 


ROW 2: 

Bruce Flanagan, Physical Education, Olympia 
Mary M. Forslund, Physical Education, Olympia 
Rob Hatfield, Physical Education, Richland 
Marian Howard, Physical Education, Spokane 


ROW 3: 

Diane Jolin, Physical Education, Utah 
Carol Kepner, Physical Education, Vancouver 
Sharon Kinder, Physical Education, Spokane 
Ron Knudsen, Physical Education, Liberty Lake 


ROW 4: 

Joyce Leitz, Physical Education, Fairfield 
Lawrence Markley, Physical Education, Pullman 
Don Maw, Physical Education, Pullman 
Mike McClure, Physical Education, Kirkland 


ROW 5: 

Charles Miller, Physical Education, Pullman 
Doris Nelson, Physical Education, Yakima 
Nicki Nicholas, Physical Education, Seattle 
George Somnis, Physical Education, Olympia 


ROW 6: 

Vern Welo, Physical Education, Oregon 
Eva Montee, Recreation, Montana 
Richard Montee, Recreation, Montana 


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P E M Club 



LEE JOHANNES 
President 


Physical Education Majors 



ROW 1: Rosemary Wilson, Joan D’Allesandro, Sue Lowman, Mary Reid, Connie Beer, Ginnie Moore, Annette Stender, Sandy Gallemore, Gretchen 
Wonders, Joyce Reichl. ROW 2: Phebe King, Lee Johannes, Betty Sears, Marion Howard, Mary Hansen, Sharon Kinder, Linda Schatz, Marilyn Coppins, 
Jeanne Lynd, Judy Weber, Phyllis Struck, Marge Larne, Helen Smith. 



ROW 1: Bob Walker, Bill Monti, Jon Herrington, Jim Temples, Boyd Swent, Mike Keller, Glynn Baker, Spike Arlt, George Somnis, Ron Blocklinger, 
Rich Gustafson. ROW 2: Don Basham, Darrel Whitmore, Vern Welo, Terry Pierson, Bruce Canova, Jim Bair, Bob Lemcke, Bruce Flanagan, Dave 
McAboy, Ron Knudson, Ted Boydston, Bob Paulson, George Gleason. ROW 3: Max Senen, Gary Flannery, Ben Winter, Bob Rauch, Cordell Harder, 
LeRoy Babbitt, Wayne Wilson, Louis Blakely, Jerry Conine, Larry Markely, Terry Busch, Rob Hatfield, Douglas Gibb, advisor; John Friel, advisor; 
Paul Dauer, advisor. 


Cougars Physical Education Club 


Men’s Physical Education Professional 


GARY FLANNERY 
President 



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Phi Epsilon Kappa 

Physical Education Honorary 


DON MAW 
President 




ROW 1: Gary Whiting, Karl Byers, Don Maw, Bob Rauch, Richard Mueller. ROW 2: George Gleason, Leroy Babbit, Richard Gustafson, John Swartz, 
Hubert Dunn, advisor; Bruce Flanagan. 



ROW 1: Larry Skinner, Lief Tangvald, Jim Carpenter, Roger Giles, George Jacroux, Jim Morley, Frank Morgan, Cleon McClain. ROW 2: Rich Alseth, 
Byron Stauffer, Bill Kelly, Jim McGillis, Gary Chase, Chuck Young, Tim Wenger, Shaw McAfee, Mike Devine, Gregg Lucas, Douglas Gibb. 



Cougar Swim Club 


Sports Club 


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V eterinary 
Medicine 



The College of Veterinary Medicine is a vitally 
important part of the college and surrounding area. 


E. C. STONE, Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine 


SAM G. KENZY 
Department Chairman 
Veterinary Microbiology 


PAUL A. KLAVANO 
Department Chairman 
Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology 


JON A. McCURDY 
Department Chairman 
Veterinary Anatomy 


G. R. SPENCER 
Department Chairman 
Veterinary Pathology 


RICHARD L. OTT 

Department Chairman 

Veterinary Clinical Medicine and Surgery 


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1961 Graduates 



ROW 1: 

David Anderson, Veterinary Medicine, Anacortes 
Bill Baldwin, Veterinary Medicine, Tacoma 
Bill Barry, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Gene Bodily, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 


ROW 2: 

Jim Boyd, Veterinary Medicine, Spokane 
Paul Brissonette, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Emory Bull, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Robert Darlington, Veterinary Medicine, Kirkland 


ROW 3: 

Kenneth Davis, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Melvin Dennis, Veterinary Medicine, Puyallup 
Gary Duskin, Veterinary Medicine, Arlington 
Raymond Eiger, Veterinary Medicine, Oregon 


ROW 4: 

Loren Evans, Veterinary Medicine, Garfield 
Richard Guthrie, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Roger Harder, Veterinary Medicine, Garfield 
Robert Haskell, Veterinary Medicine, Opportunity 


ROW 5: 

Everrett Hill, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Ray Johnston, Veterinary Medicine, Colfax 
Ed Kearley, Veterinary Medicine, Idaho 
Kenneth Kellogg, Veterinary Medicine, Vancouver 


ROW 6: 

Tom Kelly, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Charles Lange, Veterinary Medicine, Oregon 
Kenneth Larson, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
James, Lebo, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 


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College of Veterinary Medicine 


ROW 1: 

Robert Lewis, Veterinary Medicine, Oregon 
James Locke, Veterinary Medicine , Pullman 
Kenneth MacRae, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Tom Migaki, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 


ROW 2: 

Bob Miller, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Linda Miller, Veterinary Medicine, Bellingham 
Richard Miller, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Ross Miller, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 


ROW 3: 

William Moffat, Veterinary Medicine, North Bend 
Russell Moyes, Veterinary Medicine, Albion 
James Murphy, Veterinary Medicine, Utah 
Gregory Nelson, Veterinary Medicine, Idaho 


ROW 4: 

Jim Perry, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Richard Ryno, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Eugene Shortlidge, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Ronald Streeter, Veterinary Medicine, Montana 


ROW 5: 

Walter Vockert, Veterinary Medicine, Pullman 
Don Webert, Veterinary Medicine, Tieton 
Robert Wilson, Veterinary Medicine, Utah 



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ALPHA PSI 


Veterinary Medicine Honorary 


DAVID ANDERSON 
President 




ROW 1: Dennis Anderson, Jerry Dagle, W. Barry, J. E. Perry, R. R. Ryno, E. Kearley, W. Moffat, E. D. Hill, K. A. Larson, Stan Purcell, Verle Smith, 
Ray Ediger, Murlin F. Gillis, R. B. Wilson, Loren Evans. ROW 2: K. Davis, E. Elefson, B. Greenwell, P. Bissonette, D. O. James, E. W. Bottemiller, 
D. B. Kinghorn, Bob LaBounty, W. G. Nelson, J. C. Murphy, J. W. Grant, R. E. Armstrong, D. H. Gribble, R. L. Laub, G. G. Duskin, R. L. Darlington, 
L. E. Roller. 



ROW 1: D. Forsyth, K. Seekins, D. Naranche, M. Peterson, D. Leschner, J. Goggin, G. Gordon, D. Meek, N. Patterson, B. Newcomb, J. Rozell, W. 
McFarland. ROW 2: J. Sibole, C. Lobaugh, K. Gallagher, V. Call, E. Hindselman, J. Geary, T. Nenman, G. Zwicker, J. Sittong, J. Bean, E. Botte¬ 
miller, B. Isenhart. ROW 3: R. Mello, J. Grant, R. Armstrong, J. Stevens, W. Horne, Bob LaBounty, B. Greenwell, B. Penny, M. Pierre, J. Spry, D. 
Gribble, O. James. 



AVM A 


Junior Members 


KEN DAVIS 
President 


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AVM A 



Sophomore Members 


GREG NELSON 
Secretary 



ROW 1: Jerry Fullerton, Dick Kauk, Tom Brown, Everette Baker, Bob Rost, Dave Stanley, M. Simmons, Roger Isman, M. Stritzke, Ev Macomber, V. 
Smith, D. Kinghord. ROW 2: G. Seawright, J. Allred, S. Purcell, B. Niemi, R. Pietila, G. Ross, C. Lucas, J. Dagle, J. Bingham, D. Wipper, M. Gillis, 
M. Mackie. ROW 3: J. Mueller, L. Mullarker, D. McMonigle, C. Widdison, R. Laub, E. Prince, F. Hastie, N. Gabberet, K. Ormiston, G. Elesson, L. Roller. 



ROW 1: D. Demick, V. Coiner, J. Ladley, D. Roper, L. Williams, Cal Humphreys, D. Mitchell, H. Enebo, L. A. Erickson, S. Weisbroth, J. Child, L. B. 
Anderson, S. J. Smith. ROW 2: J. R. Swayne, P. Clary, F. Houle, L. Dillingham, F. Hahn, R. Bradley, B. Cannatt, E. Harris, Don Hendricksen, B. Hunt, 
D. White, D. Evans, L. Sheets, C. Strange. ROW 3: D. Schott, R. Mowbray, L. Reyes, D. Dixon, W. McCormick, D. Brust, B. Giacomazzi, M. Harms, 
F. W. Melwald, G. T. Slobojan, Doug Jackson, J. M. Martinell. 


AVM A 

Freshmen Members 



KEN MAC RAE 
Treasurer 


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COLONEL BRYSON BAILEY, Air Science Department Chairman 


LT. COL HUEBNER, CAPTAIN ANDERSON 
Air Science Instructors 



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Air Force 

ROTC 



MAJOR JACOBSON, LT. COL. KRAMER 
Air Science Instructors 


CAPTAIN ROESTEL, CAPTAIN DOWLER 
Air Science Instructors 











ARNOLD GUARD 


RED TAG GROUP STAFF: R. Mc¬ 
Connell, C. Highland, J. Hougland, 
Group Commander W. Fabian, R. Gus¬ 
tafson, G. Bluhm, J. Smith. 





DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STU¬ 
DENTS: J. Gallagher, C. Perry, J. 
Fabian, P. Montgomery, B. Berry. 


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ANGEL FLIGHT: HOW 1: Jan Burke, Cheryl Fulton, Sharon Lillywhite, Margaret Matthews, Jeannie Jacklin, 
Barbara Hegman. HOW 2: Kathy Johnson, Lois Pratt, Bonnie Bailey, Jill Amens, Donna Kay Buboltz, Bobbie 
Dunning, Betty Baker, Gail Warnell, Susie Sokol. 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY: ROW 1: Gustafson, Bluhm, Ham, Renn, Daugherity, Smith, Main, Johnson, Eller. ROW 2: Ahola, Bennett, Montgomery, F. 
Fabian, Eastep, Cromer, Wellington, Sasaki. ROW 3: Nelson, Van Hersett, Hirzel, McLaughlin, Highland, Labberton, Weber, W. Fabian, Houghland, 
Durant, Schenk, Krebs, Engstrom. 


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COLIN PERKY 
Wing Commander 


WING STAFF — ROW 1: G. Eastep, F. 
Fabian, Wing Commander C. Perry, D. 
Wilson, W. Berry. ROW 2: A. Cromer, J. 
McDonald, D. Weber, J. Nettleton, D. 
Cordon. 


Fall 


Semester 






















I 

1 


GROUP II STAFF: D. McLaughlin, 
Group Commander John Fabian, P. 
Schmeil, W. Berry. 




GROUP III STAFF: W. Bennett, 
Group Commander Montgomery, W. 
Schmidt. 


GROUP IV STAFF: D. Van 
Hersett, R. Eller, Group Com¬ 
mander Dave Cordon, D. Nieder- 
meyer, R. Wellington, S. Sasaki. 



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FELIX FABIAN, JR. 
Wing Commander 




WING STAFF: ROW 1: A. Cromer, C. 
Perry, Wing Commander F. Fabian, J. 
Fabian, D. Cordon. ROW 2: J. Gallagher, 
J. McDonald, D. Weber, G. Eastep, B. 
Berry. 


nng 
Semester 





GROUP I STAFF: J. Browning, 
Group Commander Pat Montgomery, 
T. Boydston, R. Wellington. 


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GROUP II STAFF: R. Eller, S. Sasaki, 
W. Bennett, P. Schmeil. 



GROUP III STAFF: W. 
Fabian, G. Banks, Group 
Commander D. Wilson, D. 
Niedermeyer, D. Van Her- 
sett, B. Berry. 



GROUP IV STAFF: W. Murlin, 
R. Durant, Group Commander 
John Nettleton, W. Schmidt, L. 
Vargo, B. Byse. 


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AIR FORCE BAND 


Air Force 
Review 



Air Force students ‘‘present arms” in a salute that they hope will 
satisfy their judges in the reviewing stand. 



President and Mrs. French along with military dignitaries watch the 
military review from their place on the reviewing stand. 



The swooping jets quite literally shook the campus, as they did 
some low flying over Roger’s Field as a part of the festivities. 


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Army 

ROTC 



COLONEL WILLIAM W. BAILEY 
Department Chairman, Military Science 



BRIGADE STAFF: Executive 
Officer: Michael Chester, Roger 
Amundson, Robert Miller, Bri¬ 
gade Commander: Warren Lee 
Schroeder, John R. Heathman, 
Patrick W. Merton, Thomas 
Wall. 



DISTINGUISHED MILITARY 
STUDENTS: ROW 1: Warren 
Lee Schroeder, Robert L. Miller, 
John R. Heathman, William Du- 
chie, Burton Reanier. ROW 2: 
Richard F. Smith, James E. 
Brickell, Michael Chester, Verne 
D. Campbell, Roger Amundson. 


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FIRST BATTLE GROUP: ROW 1: Burgess, Swent, Duchie, Costello, Gradwohl. ROW 2: Benke, Harvie, Olsen, Slaughter, Oldfield, Reagen, Gee, 
Myles, Niemi, Sweet, Richards, Bartholet, Goettel, Martin, Giese, Nelson, Reanier, Reinhardt, Michel, Rice. 



SECOND BATTLE GROUP: ROW 1: Struthers, Hofmann, Hatch, Adams, Brickel. ROW 2: Kerrone, Bergsten, Crossland, Krueger, Reed, Hiebert, 
Schroedel, Prater, Jackson, Davis, McDonald, Marx, Melin, Cromer, Perkins, Pheasant, Macintyre, Brouse, Wilson, G. Parker, Diesen. 



THIRD BATTLE GROUP: Campbell, Holway, Gildehausee, R. Wilson, Granger, Fragner, Owens, West, Smith, Lamp, Gleason, Rich, Biggs, Lemaster, 
Onstot, MacQuarrie, Stecher, Zirkle, Schwendinen, Welch, Pearson, Briscoe, Felgenhauer, Freeman, Cook, Carter. 


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ARMY SPONSORS: ROW 1: Anita Johnson, Sylvia Fredrickson, Nancy Hall, Kaye Buchanan, Kathy Tangney, Gini Moore, 
Jacque Peffers. ROW 2: Penny Miller, Vivienne Marlatt, Sally Yoder, Gayle Brines, Linda Oatey, Rickie Wiggins, Judy Shoe¬ 
maker, Sandra Travis. 



SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS: ROW 1: Ronald Fragner, Burt Reanier, Thomas Schroedel, 
Eugene Powell, Maurice Lange. ROW 2: Lewis D. Sinski, Harry Chester, Dennis L. Reinhardt, Douglas Andeisi, Jim 
Mansfield, James Hurd, Larry Hofmann. ROW 3: John C. Bartholet, Steven Bull, Gary Cromer, Mark R. Welch, James E. 
Brickell, Lynn Pochert, William H. Fulmer, Jr. 


SCABBARD AND BLADE: ROW 1: Richard Smith, Lee Schroeder, Mel Melin, Gary Onstot, Boyd Swent, Chuck 
Slaughters, Jim Brickell, Ross Richards, Jerry Costello, Dan MacQuarrie, Roger Amundson, Allan Struthers. ROW 2: 
Burt Reanier, Dave Stecher, Chuck Diesen, David Crossland, Ron Fragner, Chuck Krueger, John Oldfield, Henry Heim, 
Karl Felgenhauer, Robert Gee, Gary Wilson, Leslie Johnson, Bill Duchie, Bruce Martin, Robert Miller, John Heathman, 
Major Robert J. Loe, Faculty Advisor. 






RIFLE TEAM: ROW 1: Stephen Parker, James Kinnaman, James Hurd, Richard Erickson, Delbert Bloom. ROW 2: 
Captain Louis J. Rajchel, Cordon P. Kennedy, Paul Peterson, Glen Paulson, Clifford Rice, Anthony Appel. 



ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY: ROW 1: Karl Felgenhauer, Melvin Melin, Charles Krueger, Mark Welch, 
Roger Amundson, Robert Marx, Daniel MacQuarrie, Gail Reed. ROW 2: John Oldfield, John Reagan, Roger Briscoe, William 
Duchie, Burt Reanier, Robert Goettel, William Hatch, Randolph Perkins. ROW 3: Richard Smith, Gary Cromer, Frederick 
Michel, Gary Onstot, James Brickell, Verne Campbell, Jerry Jackson, Gerald Costello. 


CRIMSON RIFLES DRILL TEAM: FRONT: Commander Leslie E. Johnson. ROW 1: John Womack, Michael Howell, Ronald 
Lunnum, Bart Giard, Reid L. Kennedy, Robert Adams. ROW 2: Soderon Admed, Oliver Davis, James Hinkley, John Moffit, 
Robert Kennedy, Richard Jensen, John McDonald. ROW 3: Gary Mueller, Alan Steiger, Milton Gibson, David Wilson, Michael 
McBeth, Richard A. Gradwohl. ROW 4: Roger Whitney, Harry Linker, Robert Weve, Jeffrey Brown, John Kravitz, David Menig. 


























Scholarship 



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Phi Beta Kappa 

National Liberal Arts and Sciences Scholastic Honorary 


Mary Actor • Carol Lenore Bagley • Glenda Bean • Linda Beckett • Barbara Bjornsen 
Jane Elder Boe • Florian Sjolund Christensen • Nelson Christensen • Louise Conant • David Durham 
Howard Emerson • David Emery • John Gould • Peggy Greenfield • Ruth Dahlstrom Hilliard 
Sara Jane Harris • Ronald Hoy • Betty Johnson • Wendy Joy Kraft • Dennis Lawrence 
Molly Melcher Long • Gary Lucas • Patricia Meves • Elizabeth Ness • Kat Chow Ng 

Arlene Noel • Carolyn Olson • Ann Pickard • Merle Sande • Aurelle Smoot 

Jerome Tierney • Eva Lynn Wilson • Marilyn Wolfe • Sandra Wood 


Phi Kappa Phi 

National Scholastic Honorary 


Barbara Adamson • Dorman Anderson • Monroe Bickford • Jane Elder Boe • Marian M. Breshears 

Roger Briscoe • William Brunette • Margaret Buck • Richard O. Bumgarner • Gertie Burton 

Verne Campbell • Thomas Carey • Jean Chambers • Florian Sjolund Christensen • Nancy Cotton • John Cox 

Susan Curran • Gerald Dagle • Jesse Davis • Ladin Harold Delaney • Phyllis DeMarco • David Durham 

Nancy Ellison • David Emery • Wayne Engstrom • Larry Esvelt • DeLona Fassero • Yvonne Foy 

Judith Gasaway • Janice Giese • Peggy Greenfield • David Gusseck • John Habberstad • Patricia Hall 

Don Hanson • Robert Harp • Sara Jane Harris • Wesley Hayward • Alan Heffron • Doris Heitman 

Gerald Hergert • Jeanne Howe • Ronald Hoy • Margaret Jenkins • Elsie Johnston • Dick Longejan 

Charles Kerr • Lorean LaPointe • Donald Lybecker • Corwin Malott • Judith McDonald • Joanne Meyer 

Edith Miles • Shirley Moore • Eva Mae Bird Montee • David Morgan • Lawrence Munns • Denny Murbach 

Louis Nihoul • Arlene Noel • Carolyn Olson • Douglas William Peacock • Chung-yen Peng • Charles Peters 

Priscilla Pipe • David Rieckers • Helen Rowland • Ann Stuart Sheldon • Margaret Forrester Shields 

Ona Sjostrom • Richard Slocum • Sandra Stafford • Ronald Starkenburg • Michael Stephenson 

Carol Smith Stewart • Barbara Struthers • Rose Ella Graves Tate • Jack Taylor • Robert Terry 

Grant Thorsett • Paul Troeh • Gloria Payne Utzman • David Wahl • Mary Anne Daggaley West 

Jeanne White house • Thomas Widows • JackWoerner • Marilyn J. Wolfe • Sandra Wood 


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The Old 


Between the stern facade of Agony Hall 
and the new burst of construction, one 
cannot help but be impressed by the con¬ 
trast of old and new at the University. 
The imposing new structures we welcome 
happily, but the pillars of Agony will 
long be remembered. 


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Impressions 







Between the finished product of artistic fi¬ 
nesse, of aesthetic portrayal and the crudity 
of the raw material, comes the mental 
prowess of the creative genius. Is not this 
like the college — buildings being the fin¬ 
ished product and mortar and bricks with 
the creative genius most important. 





113 





The microscope, the bunsen burner, the lab¬ 
oratory — all are a part of the strength of 
our university. Here the unknown is dis¬ 
covered to our amazement and pleasure. 
Here rests the future of our nation in the 
progress of experimentation and research. 
A tubular jungle to some, to the scientist 
it is knowledge of the unknown, enlarge¬ 
ment of the minutia, and exploration of the 
previously unexplored. Hidden behind the 
cloistered walls, is the laboratory. 


The Strength 



























































The Routine 


In the course of the in-and-out, tedious 
daily routine of books and classes, few 
stop and pause for a moment from the 
beaten path to look either around them 
or above them. They see the same faces 
and smile at the same people, their heads 
filled with political and economic theory 
and the hours of science laboratory ahead. 
Few extend their glances or thoughts to 
include the prone figure of Prometheus 
bound on Todd Hall. 


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The Search 

Books piled upon books, students 
piled on desks—some studying, some 
just sitting, and some sleeping: this 
is Holland Library, the house of in¬ 
tellect. This is the place: where 
graduate students research madly 
for seminars and theses, where old 
friends meet in the “circle,” where 
books are checked in and out 
and in and out again, some going 
out without the formality of stamp 
and identification number. This is 
the campus landmark, the hall of 
learning. 





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Head Guidance 


The lecture that seems so endless comes 
a little more to life with the everpresent 
hand gestures of the professor, whether 
he be gesturing wildly in midair, or simp¬ 
ly holding up three fingers to show how 
many of a certain thing must be added to 
make how many of another thing, in his 
constant effort to guide and direct and 
do a little more to make his proteges 
understand. 



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Beneath the surface are those minds 
and men who keep our University 
running with efficiency and smooth¬ 
ness. Few realize the hours put in on 
the Charles Connor Museum by its 
devoted curator. And few people 
know the editor of the News Bul¬ 
letin, a Rhodes Scholar and one of 
the college's fine minds. And then 
there are the Deans, to whom both 
their colleagues and their students 
may turn for counsel and advice. 
These are the men who keep the 
wheels turning. 



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Beneath the Surface 


M3 


t 


















Ponderables 





























Changing expressions of profound agreement 
and dismayed disagreement take their turns 
on the face of the listener as he hears the 
opinions of the noted economics and political 
speakers. The speaker, well-known in his field, 
has based these ideas on years of study and 
research in his own library and those of others, 
but still grants to his listeners the right of 
dissent with argument and they ponder the 
variables of his statements. 



125 
























Ideas 


A guest lecturer proposes a knotty prob¬ 
lem at a Faculty Forum where intellect 
is dispersed over sack lunches and cups 
of coffee. Peek in through the fibre-glass 
door of the Orton Room and you may 
overhear a stimulating word or thought. 
These are the roots from which ideas 
grow and spring into our storehouse of 
knowledge that we may know. 



126 



















127 
















































Tea and Symphony 

The scintillating refrain of a violin; the 
melodic vibrance of a Bach Chorale heard 
through the pipes of an organ; the thrill¬ 
ing golden tone of a trumpet that rings 
both silver and shrill. Contrast this with 
the dance music and chatter of a formal 
ball and receiving line and contrast it 
with the giddy conversation of mothers 
at a tea in their honor. Concerts, dances, 
teas, and trivia — here you have it all — 
the tea and symphony. 



129 











Sunburn and celebrities — even the 
professors and the president take 
time off from work to enjoy an after¬ 
noon of baseball. “Batter-up” rings 
through the air and you know at 
once it’s spring. Spring brings to 
WSU the roar of the diamond in 
action and the sound of rhubarb as 
the flow of the crowd turns to Bailey 
Field where the baseball season 
centers. 



130 




















“Buck” 


His real name is Arthur B. Bailey. Most people how¬ 
ever know him as “Buck.” For thirty-two years the 
head baseball coach at WSU, Bailey marked 1961 as 
his last year. The enduring personality and the very 
essence of baseball to those who know him, “Buck” 
Bailey has gained friends and admirers from all over 
the country. If you’ve ever watched him at a base¬ 
ball game, you have seen the agony of a coach. A 
grimace, a grin, a frown, or a shout — all are given 
full reign on his face. In baseball WSU has just 
ended a great era. 




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The Learning 

Have you ever gone early to a lec¬ 
ture in Todd Auditorium and looked 
around at the people assembled 
there? Do it sometime and you will 
see the faces of a university — pro¬ 
fessors, students, interesting per¬ 
sons. They come to gain understand¬ 
ing and to grasp at some truth. But 
most of all, they come to learn. 



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MILT SMITH, President 


ASWSU 

The ASWSU officers and the Board of Control are the coordi¬ 
nating body for student government on this campus. Working 
under them are the many committees and commissions, which, 
in turn, serve the students of WSU. 


FRED SEGREST, Vice President 





CAROL LEMON, Secretary 


DICK BUTLER, Administrative Assistant 



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ANITA COX 
Junior Independent Woman 



HON FRAGNER 
Senior Independent Man 


MARILYN WOLFE 
Senior Greek Woman 


ROGER REED 
Senior Greek Man 



EARLYSE ALLEN 
Junior Greek Woman 





SUSIE RHODES 
Sophomore Greek Woman 


BRUCE MARTIN 
Junior Independent Man 


DOROTHY TUCKER 
Senior Independent Woman 




SUSIE SOKOL 
Sophomore Independent Woman 













Committees 



NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION - Tim Man¬ 
ring, Dick Butler, Priscilla Pipe, Don Masson. 


FROSH-FACULTY WEEKEND-ROW 1: Greg Click, 
Pat Hall, Don Norris, Bob Chase. ROW 2: Ray Muse, 
Peter J. Rempel. ROW 3: Jane Harris, Judy Rees, 
Marv Nance, Grace Sweatt, Bev Noble. 




DAD’S DAY COMMITTEE - Ron Moore, Karen 
Jacobson, Robert Diercks, Darrell Erb, Dick Bertholf, 
Marcia Brown, Donna Mae Wallace, Chuck Kruger, 
Sharon Whitman, Katie Wagner, Linda Shriver, Pat 
Schindler. 


















Committees 


ACTIVITIES ROUND-UP COMMITTEE - ROW 1: 
Lacey Ebbert, Steve Redfield, Fred Hyde, Kayanne 
Ringo, Barb Hill, Loren Roller, Virginia Rogers. ROW 
2: Dianne Olson, Fred Andrews, Nancy Townsend, 
Louis Nihoul, Nancy Smith, Toby Gustafson. ROW 3: 
Ann Fletcher, Carolyn Hill, Dorothy Knoblock. 




HOMECOMING COMMITTEE - ROW 1: Bob Han- 
nua, John Richter, Nancy Keith, Judy McBride, Irene 
Kievat, Don Chandler, Jack Westerman, Gretchen 
Henry, Bob Gee, Dennis McLaughlin. ROW 2: Alex 
Moshaksky, Bette Haugen, Wendy Goble, Shirley 
Floathe, Lueubelle Sweat, Nikki King, Suzi Mead. 


COUGAR COORDINATING COUNCIL - Donna Wie- 
land, Dennis Hardin, Karen Kennedy, Ed Pool, Margit 
Anderson, Barbara Sinclair, advisor. 




LECTURE ARTIST SERIES - Harvey Thompson, 
Linda Andres. Brenda Balsom, Donald Bushaw, Charles 
A. Jones, John H. Sullivan, Margaret Ea^tlick, Larry 
Swanson, Kathy Kyte. 


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Committees 


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS - Dorothy Camp¬ 
bell, Bryan Bremner, Beryl Roberts, Nellie Patson, 
Gail Manley, Millie Tanner, Joanna Castle, Carol 
Miller, Jo Ann Brunson, Linda Fairweather, Margo 
Farrish, E. Roy Tinney, Maurice Peugh. 


RALLY — ROW 1: Ottley Ann Shaw, Twink Norman, 
Bill Myles, Nancey Honn, Nancy Bell, Dennis Wilde. 
ROW 2: Sue Deck, John Niemeyer, Patsy Kloker, Jim 
Heckman, Arlene E. Anderson, Dick Barry, Patsy 
Pracna, Rich Gustafson. 




ACTIVITIES BOARD - Vonna Buckner, Abbie John¬ 
son, Marv Swenson, Harriet Cady, John Lawrence, 
Willa Franzen, Louis McNew, Dale Ziegler, Allan Han¬ 
sen, Carroll Hayden, Don Daniels, Bob Boehm. Back: 
Elvin Ericson, Susie Sokol, Jim Miller, Catherine 
Northrup, Robert Chick. 


COMMUNITY RELATIONS-Jack Williamson, Beryl 
Roberts, Susie Sokol, Barbara Hesse, Kaye Buchanan, 
Carol Foster, Tom Buchanan, Ivan Sayles, Fred Buck¬ 
ingham, Robert Smith, Erva Mosher, Tomas R. Mache. 













Committees 


FOREIGN FILMS-ROW 1: I. L. Kosin, Mary 
Gallwey, Nancy Pittenger, Beryl Roberts, Lawrence 
Seeborg, Keith Monaghan. ROW 2: Robert Feasley, 
Edgar W. Swank. 




EVALUATION COMMISSION - Nancy Bell, Tom 
Schultz, Terry Boldt, Jackie Riner, Mike Brooks, Linda 
Vekich, Lloyd Brelsford, Janice Pierson, Gretchen Dunlap. 


BOOKSTORE BOARD — Marilyn Briscoe, Bern Smith, 
Robert Chick, Marilyn Wolfe, Milt Smith, Lee Jensen, 
Ed O’Brien, Merle Simmons, Henry Reitan, Bob Zeller, 
Aurelle Smoot, Dick Burnett. 




NEW STUDENT WEEK - Myrtle Rach, Gerry Hood, 
Anne Adams, Wini Breakey, J. Winston Martin, Harry 
Yamamoto, Marvin Swenson, Paul Meyer, Jo Ann 
Culver, Peter John Rem pel. 


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Committees 



ELECTION BOARD-Kris Westberg, Ark Eckman, 
Dave Rawls, Bill Flatt, Barbara Freese, Carole Eardley, 
Camy Crane, Jerry Young. 


PERSONNEL — Paul Gregory, Alice Thompson, Joe 
Hill, Jerry Mills, Fred Segrest, Earlyse Allen, Alten 
Stine, Elinor Tousley, Anita Cox, Dave Hirzel, Bruce 
Martin, Jim King. 




DISCIPLINE — Rhea Robson, Arthur E. McCarten, 
Hubert Dunn, William W. Bailey, Ruth Warnke, Gard¬ 
ner W. Stacy, Julie Herrington, Chuck Slaughter. 


PUBLIC RELATIONS — Jackie Yarber, Mary Ann 
Renbarger, George Hendrey, Sue Berger, Mary Ellen 
Stone, Barbara Sinclair, Jane Smith, Dale Kuhnhauser, 
Jackie Riner, Miller D. Lembke, Barbara Bafus, Curt 
Shoemaker, Gil Holt, Sam Reed, Bob Adams, Sandy 
Travis. 

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Committees 


INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION - Allen Miller, 
Henry Grosshans, Howard Payne, Joel B. Montague, 
Agnes Klingshirn, Dorothy Campbell, Frank M. Towne. 




COMMENCEMENT-Robert Mott, Carol James, 
Ralph Gelbach, Allen Miller, Stan Rheiner. 


INTRAMURAL - Lee Newell, Bob Rauch, Jack 
Pheasant, John Mitchell, George Oblonsky. 




CUB PROGRAM COUNCIL - Steve Rodgers, Marlene 
Watson, Jake Logan, Arne Kainu, Carroll Hayden, 
Marvin Swenson, Margie Schenk, Jane Plomasen, Sam 
Reed. 


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Cub 



CUB MARRIED STUDENTS - Linda Williams, 
Robin Ketchie, Sharon Wagner, Susan Hook, Tex 
Sandifer, Don Grant, Jean Clare, Barbara Struthers. 


CUB CARNIVAL-ROW 1: Linda Whitbeck, Ruth 
Rudd, Sue Westcott, Pat Crady, Irene Grady. ROW 2: 
Bob Sanderson, Jon Willers, Dave McBeth, Bob Red¬ 
ding, Kathy Barbo, Norma Celmer. 




CUB DANCE — Arne Kainu, Cecile Langevin, Philip 
Priebe, Ed Kennedy, Gloria Guess, Carroll Hayden, 
Linda Hughes, Shirley Brizendine, Roger Munn, Barb 
Taylor, Donna Swanson. 


CUB SPECIAL EVENTS-ROW 1: Donna Foston, 
Mary Dedrick, Barbara Hubal, Joan Renner. ROW 2: 
Judy Long, Don Trotter, Martin Plone, Don Peters, 
Pat Woody. 
















Committees 


CUB ART — Frank J. Krones, Dan Robison, Marlene 
Watson, Nancy Cotton, Susan Zeran, Bill Westall, 
Max Bolte, Barbara Sinclair, Kent Sinkey. 




CUB MUSIC — Sharon Blomquist, Steve Rodgers, Char 
Montgomery, Dick Hahn, Rick Faletto, Richi Ormsby, 
John Ringo, Karen Schmidt, Norma Gettman, Bill 
Grews, Jane Ridlington, Roger Milnes. 


CUB PROGRAM COUNCIL - ROW 1: Tom Wendt, 
Don Trotter, Roger Milnes, Glen Puterbaugh, Carroll 
Hayden. ROW 2: Jane Plomasen, Nancy Cotton, Mar¬ 
vin Swenson, Barbara Struthers, Nancy Giarde. 




CUB RECREATION — Larry Kirkpatrick, Jake Lo¬ 
gan, Joanne Wagner, Julia Puterbaugh, Glen Puter¬ 
baugh, Carol McWilliams, John Mitchell, Walt Zabel. 


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MIKE LOWRY, President 



Seniors 


With their undergraduate days ending, 
the seniors ended them the right way with 
a Senior Prom that featured that “na¬ 
tionally famous” band from Moses Lake, 
and a 2:30 night with an after-dance 
party at the country club. 



DAVE LARSON. Vice President 


SANDY LEYDA, Secretary 


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TOM SCHULTZ, Independent 



HANDY CRIPE, Greek 


SANDY NICHOLS, Independent 


SHARON COURRIER, Greek 


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KKIS MIKALSON, Independent 


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DON FRANCONE, Greek 























JACK WESTERMAN, President 


Junior Class 


The Junior Class, under the leadership of 
the class officers and members of execu¬ 
tive council, sponsors the Junior Prom; 
the blood drive, under the auspices of 
the Red Cross; and the Cougar Campus 
Chest, the only campus-wide charity 
drive. 



MIKE MORROW, Vice President 



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JUDY MICHAELS. Independent 










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LARRY KIRKPATRICK, President 



Sophomores 


Under the direction of its officers, its 
executive and expanded executive council 
representatives, the sophomore class this 
year sponsored the now traditional Soph¬ 
omore Tolo and the Sophomore Leader¬ 
ship Training Conference for freshmen. 



NANCY NETHERCUTT, Secretary 


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SUE COFFIN, Greek 



JOANNE DAVIS, Independent 





CAROL GIBONEY, Greek 


Exec. Council 



CHUCK KIMBROUGH, Greek 


JOE WILSON, Independent 




Expanded Executive Council 



ROW 1: Leilia Haugen, Jean McCrim- 
mon, Maryan Breakey, Joan Erickson. 
Judy Oare, Janice Aaring, Lana Orr, 
Nikki King, Janice Mottet, Joan Ken¬ 
nedy, Jane Patterson, Judy Gorden. 
ROW 2: Judy Ferguson, Ellen Kolppa, 
Sally Buitenveld, Norma Sewell. Kay 
Bennion, Jerry Betts, David Ralun. 
Rod Schultz, Tom Hart, Judy Sanders. 
Marilyn Merz, Janice Causey. ROW 3: 
Fritz Cantonwind, Paul Antsen, Neal 
Tash, Allan Hansen, Dennis Rector. 
Reed Daugherity, Dennis McLaughlin, 
Bud Walker, Art Eckman, Pete Ander¬ 
son, Mike Allen. Alan Bargmeyer. Tom 
McMullen. Bill Case. 


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RUSS TAYLOR, President 


Freshmen 


The freshman class had time, even after 
adjusting to the fast pace of college life, 
to hold their annual frosh dance and 
the frosh day at which their class’ talent 
was displayed in talented singers and 
lively music from combos. 



JOHN WOMACK, Vice President 


















RICH PERTEET, Independent 



GRETCHEN WONDERS, Independent 


Expanded Executive Council 



ROW 1: Corliss, Overman, Kertson, 
Shaw, Parker, Vedvick, Butler, Holder- 
ness, Hanson, Schenk. ROW 2: Carrol, 
Larson, Ayers, Grosso, Colcock, Fish, 
Ostland, Cooper, Eldenburg, Bower, 
Lyman. ROW 3: Arneson, Metke, Si- 
vers, Newton, Meek, James, Mumford, 
Denny, Kimball, Kennedy. ROW 4: 
Knopf, Stapleton, Baumgardt, Ragle, 
Schalow, Thomas, Hadley, Carter, 
Schnebly, Brandt. ROW 5: Jacobson, 
Slusser, Kirkwood, Mayfield, Lebert, 
McGrann, Brunson, Loney, Horn. ROW 
6: Butler, Churchill, Grant, Clapp, 
Rothgeb, Hagen, Claus, Hansen. Mary- 
ott. ROW 7: Jones, Crampton, Gelder, 
Costello, Lenssen, Chang. 


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G-Par 



DICK BARRY, President 

G-PAR is the political group for all Greeks on the campus which 
works to coordinate political life among the soro,rities and frater¬ 
nities. G-PAR establishes all policies for caucuses and primary 
elections. Two representatives from each Greek living group com¬ 
pose the functioning body of G-PAR 



ROW 1: Mowry C. Treadwell. Dave Bathrick, Mike Allen, Bert Pence, Vernon Towne, Bill Wells, Denny Colacino. ROW 2: Sally Berger, Kathje Kupers, 
Bev Hill, Alice Woodworth, Diane Ekstran, Judy Sanders, Miller Lembke, Bernie Newby, Orvis Owens. ROW 3: Ed Sonneborn, Bruce Freeburn, Sharon 
Whitman, Janet McEachern, Donna Kludt, Carolyn Wagner. Barbara Stump, Linda Lingbloom. ROW 4: Mary Wigen, Carol Kilgore, LaNelle Honaker, 
Sam Reed, Jack Westerman, Art Tyrrell, Gary Tye, Larry Fish. ROW 5: Dennis McLaughlin, Reed Daugherity, Pat Lafferty, Chuck Kimbrough, Larry 
Kirkpatrick, Gary Price, Jim Erickson, Jon Ziegler, Jack Jackson. ROW 6: Ron Brant, John Reagan, Dave Porter, Jim Miller, Dave Larsen, Kirk Lewis, 
Bonnie Berg, Evelyn Cartony. 


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IPAC 



OFFICERS — Linda Vekick, Mike Patterson, Neal Tash, Jerry Young. 


MIKE PATTERSON, President 






The Independent Political Action Committee, representing the 
interests of the campus dorms, faced their biggest challenge of the 
year during the Spring ASWSU elections as they waged their po¬ 
litical ingenuity against the threats of two other parties. 



ROW 1: Bob Smiley, Tanya Livie, Vance Vallandingham, Leslie Ellis, Janice Clark, Laurel Nichols, Cathy Loftus, Joyce Miller, Betty Ashmun. ROW 2: 
Carolyn Takahashi, Alice Baarslag, Jan Pugh, Karen Crowley, Kay Koski, Elizabeth Chambers, Penny Busche, Arlene Stapleton, Carol Chouinard. 
ROW 3: Ken Hooper, Dianne Forsberg, Helen Newton, Dave E. Holman, Brue B. Bishop, Jack L. McFadden, Carolyn Hill, Ray Tokola. 


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OFFICERS — Dr. J. Winston Martin, Mike Morrow, Merle Sande, Walter 
Windus, Todd Parker, Harry Yamamoto. 


MERLE SANDE, President 


The Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of representatives from 
every fraternity on campus. The purpose of the council is to pro¬ 
mote general welfare of the associated fraternities as a body with 
co-operation with faculty, the public, themselves, and the student 
body, the IFC being the central governing body in the system. The 
group also supervises fraternity rush. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Caldwell, Tracy Murray, Mark Welch, Bob Guess. Miller Lembke, Max Bolte, Dick Barry, Rich Gustafson, Doug Orkney, Bernie 
Newby, Jim Stewart, Bill Bergsten, Larry R. Drury, Randy Cripe, J. Winston Martin, Rich Seims, Greg Click, Mike Morrow, Merle Sande, Walter Windus, 
Todd Parker, Harry Yamamoto, Gary W. Tye, Richard D. Lindburg, Don Tomlinson, Bob Barton, George Gluhm, Bert A. Belles, Bill Halstenrund, Fred 
Kennedy, Gene Erickson, Bryan Bremner, Jeff Craggs, Victor Verlings, Tim Hopf, Paul Giese, Bill Widman. 


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Panhellenic 



OFFICERS — Ann Pickard, Dec Rartelheimer, Barbara Allen. Marjie Di Luzio, 
Sandy Leyda. 





ANN PICKARD. President 

Panhellenic is the uniting body for all of WSU’s thirteen national 
sororities. Holding meetings twice a month, Panhellenic sets up 
rules for rush and supervises rush procedure in the fall and winter. 

Panhellenic counsellors, with their friendly advice, help rushees 
survive the hectic rush week. 



ROW 1: Wendy Goble, Velma Love, Marjie Di Luzio, Nancy Bell, Judy Yeend. ROW 2: Jesslyn Burdick, Ann Pickard, Dee Bartelheimer, Barbara Allen. 
Patty Pence, Patty Hofer, Judy Morlan. ROW 3: Pat Hall, Betty Jean Gotham, Melinda Morris, Jackie Deering, Judy Graham, Maradel Krummel, Janet 
Dragoo, Mary Epton, Pat Johnson, Sandy Leyda. 


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Junior IFC 



OFFICERS — John Camp, Mike Cable, Jerry Corderman, Wyatt Newman. 



BOB OLDS, President 

Junior Inter-Fraternity Council, representing the pledge classes of 
the fraternities, highlighted their year’s activities with a Kid’s Party 
for the first graders of the Pullman schools, distribution of Thanks¬ 
giving baskets to needy families in town, and an auction where they 
sold themselves as slaves to campus living groups. 



ROW 1: Carl Taylor, Kim Carlson, Nels Siverson, Jim Shelton, Jon Hurd, Ron Moore, Stan Austerman, Hans Rasmussen, Russell Berg. ROW 2: Jeff 
Huntington, Ivan Whitney, Fred Hunter, Bill Keatts, Doug Barnhart, Jamie Parker, A1 Goldade, Joe Corbett. ROW 3: Bill Hamm, Mike Keller, Dick 
Rivers, Paul Eldenburg, A1 Zindel, Gary Savage, Keith Dowie, Fred Halladay, John Barber, Curt Nakayama. 


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Junior Panhellenic 



NANCY NETHERCUTT, President 

Junior Panhellenic is the instrument which provides leadership 
training to freshmen women with a view to having them take active 
roles not only in the Greek system itself but also throughout the 
campus. This is not to say that it is all work and no play. 



ROW 1: Kristy Meckelson, Andree Hofmeisler, Jeri Smith, Sally Yoder. Gail Gladder. ROW 2: Donna Rosenquist, Rosalyn Hill, Susie Fisher, Judy Anne 
Sy brant, Evelyn Car tony, Marilyn Chisholm. ROW 3: Diane Harkness, Georganne Jackman, Marilyn Coccione, Georgie Kloostra, Linda Tessman. Nancy 
Johnson, Joanie Harrison, Wendy Goble, Carol Fairburn. 


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GERRY HOOD, President 


The Independent Board of Representatives is a council of inde¬ 
pendent students from every dormitory which determines dorm 
policies and has the responsibility of coordinating activities of the 
independent living groups. Dorm presidents are the basic members 
of the group which is essential in independent life. 





ROW 1: Charlene Crockett, Sandy Udseth, Anita Cox, Barb Blandford, Gerry Hood, Don Pickard, Rowen Walters, Tom Schultz, Art Barrett. ROW 2: Bernie 
Tenn, Judy Gorden, Karen West, Donna Swanson, Anne Mildon, Merry Meek, Wynne Fink, Fred Shaw, Suzan Bechard, Marjorie Tiffany, Nancy Schmauder, 
Krma Beadles, Dennis Rector, Robert Masher, Arthur McCartan. ROW 3: Mike Paterson, Ray Stout, Priscilla Fuller, Ginger Myhus, Jan Ostby, Buzz Brake, 
Roc Brierley, Rich Gun, Jack Pheasant. 


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AWS 



JEANNE WHITEHOUSE, President 


MARILYN WOLFE, 2nd Vice President 



LU ANN HAUGEN, Secretary 



AWS, the second largest group on campus, is organized into 
two governing bodies, the House of Representatives and the 
Senate. Committees which sponsor such events as Women’s 
Day and Mother’s Weekend are also an integral part. 



DELONA FASSERO, 1st Vice President 


LOIS RICHARDS, Treasurer 



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Senators and Reps 



ROW 1: Lois Richards, Judy Erdahl, Jan Carlson, Rosemary Martin, Delona Fassero, Janet Schuster, Karen Schmidt, 
Aurelle Smoot, Helen VanDewerker. ROW 2: LuAnn Haugen, Velma Love, Laura Cheatham, Jackie Deering, Carol James, 
Alene Johnson, Audrey Egge, Mary Wigen, Patti Hofer. 


ROW 1: Betty Haugen, Eileen Stoneroad. Lois Richards, Jeanne Whitehouse, Delona Fassero, LuAnn Haugen, Gail Gladder, 
Marji Neill. ROW 2: Margit Anderson, Mary Ellen Stone, Irene Kievat, Sherri Tidrick, Joanne Davis, Jackie Deering, Carol 
Chouinard. Yvonne Foy. 









BIG-LIL SISTER — Linda Claussen, Irene Grady, 
Gwen Baldwin, Eleanor Mork, Yvonne Foy, Sue Helsby, 
Sandra Travis, Mary Jo Kerschbaum, Sharon Whitman. 



WOMEN’S DAY-ROW 1: Judy Brunson. 
Susan Kelley, Jane Smith, Dorothy Knoblock, 
Irene Kievat, Corinne Campbell, Kay Ganson, 
Ann Dahlin, Sandy Udseth, Marlene Elduen. 
ROW 2: Bev Bain, Jackie Aamot, Dee 
Weissenborn, Margie Schenk, Barbara Mc¬ 
Queen, Julie R®ck, Mary Ann Maslac, Sharon 
Northridge. 



SPECIAL EVENTS — Georganne Jackman, Janice Aaring, Mary Ellen Stone, 
Mary Lynne Dedrick, Carol Miller. 
























BILL BALDWIN and JIM MILLER, Presidents 


Crimson Circle 



OFFICERS — John Clevenger, Jim Kent, Jim Miller, Bill Baldwin, Scott Stovin, 
Gary Larson. 


Crimson Circle is affiliated nationally with Omicron Delta Kappa, a na¬ 
tional senior men’s honorary. As a special part of every post-election watch- 
night, Crimson Circle taps its newly honored members. The honorary also 
taps distinguished faculty members whom they feel are deserving of the 
recognition of its membership. 



ROW 1: J. Winston Martin, Jim Kent, Pete Wiedemann, Verne Campbell, Scott Stovin, Don Lybecker, Dave Hylton, Jim Miller, John Clevenger. 
ROW 2: Milt Smith, Jerry Tierney, Merle Sande, Roy McIntosh, Bill Baldwin, Gary Larson, Don Duncan, John Stewart, Walt Windus. 


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WENDY JOY KRAFT, President 


Members of Mortar Board, national senior women’s service honorary, 
are easily identified by their white jackets and black skirts; worn 
with justifiable pride. Their projects are many and their accomplish¬ 
ments renown. Leadership and scholarship are the listed prerequisites 
for this organization. 



ROW 1: Marilyn Wolfe, Barbara Allen, Priscilla Pipe, Wendy Kraft, Pat Swanson, Ann Pickard. ROW 2 : Sandy Leyda, Gerry Moore Baldwin, Donna 
Wieland, Delona Fassero, Betty McCorkle, Patty Pence. 


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IK’s 


OFFICERS — Gene Erickson, Chuck Diesen, Gary Wilson, Miller Lembke, 
Chuck Rohrmann. Orvis Owens. Louis Nihoul. Chuck Daniels. Dick Barry. 


CHUCK ROHRMANN, Duke 


Intercollegiate Knights is the sophomore men’s honorary. It spon¬ 
sors the annual Spur-of-the-Moment Dance at which are announced 
the Spur-of-the-Moment and the Knight-of-Knights. They also sell 
mums at Homecoming. Whenever WSU has an athletic victory, the 
I.K.’s ring the victory bell from atop College Hall. 



ROW 1: Paul Beyersdorf, Bill Labberton, Ray Mayfield, Roy Felstad, Dan Phillips, Dave Menig, Bob Adams, Donn Owens, John G. Pearson, Harvey 
Thompson, Art Eckman, Bert Pence, Neal Cheldelin. ROW 2: Gail Cramer, Bill Larkin, Fred Andrews, Bob Badham, Leroy Jacques, Jim Lemery, Dave 
Coney, Dick Van Hersett, Paul Antsen, Dave Herrington, Pat McGoldrick, Roger Schiess, Pete Anderson, Glenn Michael. ROW 3: Bernie Newby, Wayne 
Capps, Mike Kelley, Dietrich Jung, Keith Campbell, Bob James, Tom Buchanan, Neal Tash, Roger Whitney, Sam Reed, Duane Borovec, Bob Diercks, 
Jerry Kulm, Mike Allert, John Mitchell, Larry Kirkpatrick. ROW 4: Gary Savage, Rich Seims, Jim Arthurs, Dave Larson, Jack R. Michael, Chuck Kim¬ 
brough, Jim Armiston, Fred Hyde, Steve Hudson, Don Dunbar, Bob Guess, Mike Paterson, Max Smolinski, A1 Hill, Rod Grimm. 
































JUDY REES, President 

Spurs is the sophomore women’s honorary which chooses its mem¬ 
bers on the basis of scholarship, service, and character. Among the 
most active groups on campus, the Spurs sponsor the annual Reg¬ 
istration Ball, the valentine Spur-o-grams, and may be seen in their 
white uniforms ushering at convocations. 



ROW 1: Eleanor Mork, Lianne Arstein. Susan Crocker, Mary Ellen Stone, Ann Stinchfield, Judy Rees, Agnes Klingshirn. Susie Sokol. Gwen Baldwin. 
Joanne Davis, Joy Campbell. ROW 2: Trude Smith, Barbara Hesse, Sue Berger, Karen Jacobson, Mary Ann Peterson, Marilyn Durrett. Joyce Stockdale, 
Sue Moffett, Donna Kay Buboltz, Marji Neill, Bonnie Birch, Joanne Meyer. ROW 3: Georgette Anderson, Dianne Olson, Karen Schwisow, Dixie Lee 
Schepper, Dee Weissenborn, Kris Westberg, Lynn Tannehill, Barbara Freese, Maryan Maslac, Joan Secord, Fran Burger. Maryan Breakey. Gretchen 
Dunlap, Jesslyn Burdick. ROW 4: Vonna Buckner, Carolyn Baken, Carol Thompson, Gretchen DeYoung, Dorothy Pridham, Ann Fletcher, Peggy Setzler, 
Wendy Zirbel, Chris Davis, Sydney Phelps, Julie Herrington, Judy Manos, Deanna Richardson, Kathy Bamford. 


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YWCA 


The YWCA is among the most active of women’s organi¬ 
zations on the campus. Among its many activities are 
its sponsorship of the frosh commissions, participation 
in committee work, and, in cooperation with the YMCA, 
the holding of popcorn forums. A special occasion for 
“Y” officers this Christmas, was attending a “Y” con¬ 
ference for its leaders in Portland, Oregon. 


CAROLE EARDLEY 
President 


GAYLE WILLIAMS 
First Vice President 


LACEY EBBERT 
Treasurer 


JANICE PIERSON 
Regional Representative 


HARRIET CADY 
Director 


CONNIE MORGAN 
Secretary 


VELMA LOVE 
Second Vice President 








CABINET —ROW 1: Gayle Williams, Margit Anderson, Lacey Ebbert, Carole Eardley, Harriet Cady, Janice Pierson, Barbara Welch. 
ROW 2: Carol Ullock. Patsy Pracna, Jean Montgomery, Carol Overstreet, Barbara Adamson, Anne Ritzheimer, Connie Morgan, 
Carol Gibonev, Karen Schmidt. 





SOPHOMORE COUNCIL — ROW 1: Shan Beck, Jean Arthaud, Karen Schmidt, Paula Skoog. 
ROW 2: Gretchen Dunlap, Gretchen Baker, Linda Williams, Ann Ripley. ROW 3: Vivien I/ewis, 
Mardith Ashe, Lois Lyall, Judy Simpson, Shelly Williamson, Ann Blackmore. Joanne Fetzer. 


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FROSH COMMISSION — ROW 1: Jane Maurer, Jean Montgomery, Mary Ellen Stone, Margit Anderson, Harriet Cady. Joy Campbell. 
Elinor Tousley, Carol Giboney, Gail Batterman. ROW 2: Carol Lassi, Marianne Lynn, Marilyn Smith. Pat Grimes, Scotty Meyer. Connie 
Palmer, Judy Auvil, Cathy Loftus, Irene Grady, Dixie Ruark, Ottley Shaw, Carol Whittle. 










YMCA 


CHUCK SLAUGHTER, President 


The YMCA works inconspicuously to provide student services. One 
of their many projects is the series of • Popcorn Forums which they 
present in cooperation with the YWCA. Two other projects are the 
Fusser’s Guide, the campus phone directory, and the Friday night 
showing of the Y movies, for low-cost film entertainment. 


ROW 1: Kent Burnham, Gary Ham, Roger Giles, Maurice Lange. ROW 2: Louis Nihoul, Claus Joens, Chuck Slaughter, Gary 
Schwindiman, John Peek, Stan Rheiner. ROW 3: John Bent, Gary Onstot, Roy Vernon Felstad, Dick Knutson, Gary Tahmazian. 


OFFICERS — ROW 1: Dick Knutzen, Roger Giles, Louis Nihoul. ROW 2: 
Maurice Lange, Mike Caldwell, Gary Schwendimen. 































Cougar Boosters 


Pep Organization 




Dennis Hardin, Elinor Tousley, Margit Anderson, Linda Day, Mary Ellen Stone, Carroll Hayden, Judy Weber, A1 Cromer, Nancy Nethercutt. 



ROW 1: Kris Healy, Linda Claussen, Jeff Thompson, Gary Olsen, Bo Lower, Donn Owens, Dennis Montgomery, Jim Vadheim, Jan Vanderstaay, Jacque 
Peffers, Rod Anderson, Sylvia Mueller, Judy Shoemaker. ROW 2: JoAnne Johnson, Barbara Taylor, Joan Gray, Lael Kiefer, Judy Oare, Pat Grimes, 
Eriann Pearson, A1 Quist, Jim Hamilton, Don Daniels, Gary Feider, Dave Nauditt, Tom Hart, Jr., Sheila Mullen, Carole Mullen, Sharon Courrier, J. 
Winston Martin. ROW 3: Roberta Tonn, Doug McLain, Jan Moss, Dave Larsen, Steve Rodgers, Bill Watch, Janice Wagner, Sharon Malm, Walt Mc- 
Camish, Jerry Gildehaus, Tom Schultz, Jerry Carr, Richard Frost, Ron Olsen, Jim King. 



Social Coordinating Council 


Living Group Social Chairmen 


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JIM KING 
President 












Stimson Senate 


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BOB VAN PELT 
President 


Service Honorary 



ROW 1: Pete Anderson, A1 Mettler, Bill Bates, Chuck Simpson, Jack Molsness, Gerry Pallies, Jack Esvelt, Jim Ezell. ROW 2: John Axtell, Dick 
Bernhardt, Fred Paul, Chuck Coddington, John Block, John Brown, Mark Melrose, Dan Pederson, John Habberstad, Gary Onstot. ROW 3: Mel Johnston, 
Gary Hyde, Tom Schultz, Larry Esvelt, Dick Quirk, Darrel Lewis, John Peek, Bob Van Pelt, Ron Bailey. 



ROW 1: S. Sutterlin, H. Bartels, A. Sutterlin, A. Wusten, Agnes Klingshinn, Edith Gertzen, Andrea Agather, Adli Quds, R. Engel, A. Siefert, N. Paftary, 
Jo Brunson, Juliano Verdina, Doreen Phillip, Young Ko, Rolf Vorderwulbecke, S. Dayot, S. Arora, Sandy Naumchik. ROW 2: R. Haugwitz, Anne Hjorth, 
A. Krokan, Jan Digerud, Ola Strommen, Astrid Strommen, Ole Bergan, Ellen Bergan, Sultan Ali, Anis Ahmed, Bill Smiley, George Antypas, Heather 
Pearson, Judy Anderson, France Roullet, Art Rojas, B. P. Sarin. ROW 3: Dr. R. L. Ott, A. Al-Awar, Hiltrud Haager, Don Marshall, Geir Haatveit, Odd 
Fjeld, Merit Andvik, Dorothy Campbell, Ron King, Joseph Huang, Pierre Escaron, S. Anwar, M. Shami, M. Kazi, G. Ranit, R. Bouma, Jack Ibrahim, N. 
Patni, J. Harris, P. Bali, Paul Kies, Gisela Borch. ROW 4: Azeez Haque, Half Zantop, C. Pyk, D. Curry, Gary Tahmazian, George Straatsund, Tom 
Engelstad, K. Demena, Magnus Adiele, C. V. Reddy, M. Y. Malik, Tahir Elawad, Jack Holt, Ed Thai, Jean-Pierre Doutriaux, Nasser Mansour, Lael 
Furlong, B. Gandhi, Y. Yun. 


Cosmopolitan Club 

Social Organization 



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Hawaiian Club 

Social Organization 




ROW 1: Shin Hasegawa, Woodrow Nakashima, Stanley Sasaki, Winfield Chang, Fred Kondo. ROW 2: Sharon Sonnek, Mary Welsh, Beatrice Murata, 
Judy Machiguchi, Fraces Lee, Beverly Pauli, Marian Shull. Marilyn Johnson, Jeanne Morita, Karen Hougan, Bernie Tenn, Flo Nakama. ROW 3: Joe 
Sprankle, Joe Costello, Henry Oshiro, Dennis Ah Mau, Michael Douglas, Charles Chancey, Irving Teranishi, Ralph Sasaki, Arnold Ching, Paul Togawa, 
J. Walter Hendrix, Yeiko Arakaki. 




















ROW 1: Nancy Ramsey, April Squier, Carolyn Kirscher, Margaret Kringlebotten, Susan Kelley, Joan Potts, Carol Foster, Judy Gasaway, Jan Migaki, 
Jeanne Kunz, Eleanor Mork, Pat O’Brien, Mary Hood, Leona Barnhart. ROW 2: Mary Ann Culshaw, Shirley Lee Crouse, Doris Ann Adams, Sally Yoder, 
Joy Campbell, Lanna Hebb, Janice Colyar, Karen Grove, Linda Hemingway, Sharon O’Kelly, Carolyn Priest, Linda Barmuta, Carolee Clodius, Charlotte 
Peterson, Paula Douglas, Beverly Carlsen, Priscilla Fuller, Karen Nelson. 



ROW 1: Grant Thorsett, Bruce Martin, Ken Olson, Jerry Dagle, Mr. I^eonard Young, advisor. 


Alpha Phi Omega 


Boy Scout Honorary 


BRUCE MARTIN 
President 



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Outing Club 

Sports Organization 



ROW 1: Chris Fischer, Janice Magnuson, Carolee Hanson, Jan Ostlund, Sandee Wills, Judy Olson, Bev Newton, Ellen Sundahl. ROW 2: Dick Culp, Sharon 
Odegard, Pam Miller, Bob Jenkins, Howard Thompson, A1 Erb, Dan Carter, Ron Chaplin, Ron Barrow, Dave Burkhardt, Cathy Lane, Fred Smith, Pat 
Schindler. ROW 3: Karen Cokock, Lael Furlong. Ron Schutz, John Hickman, Hank Ramsey. Gary Wilgus, Larry Depris, Bob Koch, Dave Hylton, Gary 
Smith, Kurt Miller, Gary Northrup, Steve Reister. 



ROW 1: George Corser, Bob O’Neil, Rich Gruhl, Hiltrud Haager, Gisela Borch, Edi Miles, Margie Harris, Annelicse Hjorth, Susie Martin, Sharon Som¬ 
mers. ROW 2: Judy Venema, Flora Stendal, Joanne Fetzer, Bob Diercks, Marilyn Holert, John Mirus, Hans Torkep, Roy Baggerly, Bob Hickam, Bob 
Chambarlin, Brian Talbott, Garry White. ROW 3: John Martin, John Ledgerwood, Clark Zehnder, John Malik, Gerrie Hood, Dave Pettit, Dave Schindler, 
Larry Fryberg, Douglas Twibell, Half Zantop, Tom Engelstad. 


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Young Republicans 


Political Organization 


LEE SEDERBURG 
President 



ROW 1: Sara Silliman, Marilyn Holert, Katie Harrop, Joanne Henning, Molly Jones, Kay Bennion, Donna Rosenquist. Barb McQueen, Carol Overstreet. 
ROW 2: Roger Henning, Charles Ulm, Edwin Feller, Jim Van Leuven, Mark Street, John H. Anderson, Hal Rolph, Lee Sederburg, Gordon MacLeod, 
Winfield Chang. 



Rosemary Baker, Wes Baker, Doug Lloyd, H. L. Phillips, Richard Baker, Charles Lange, Jerry Behm, Marilyn Lloyd. 


Throttlejockeys 

Sports Organization 


CHARLES LANGE 
President 



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Lutheran 


Students Association 

Religious Organization 


STORM AMLING 
President 




ROW 1: Pasfor P. Engstrom. Mrs. P. Engstrom, Geraldine Anderson. Eleanor Mork, Linda Peterson. Christine Harder. Judy Perrine, Martha Hart, Mrs. 
L. Urdal, Dr. L. Urdal. ROW 2: Linda Claussen, Eva Bakkila, Gail Bjerke. Lianne Arstein. Mrs. K. Ufer. Pastor K. Ufer, Chriss Fisher, Freda Teitzel, 
Marilyn Jackson, Gisela Von der Borch. ROW 3: Basil Browne, Bonnie Shannon. Dianna Lengel, Marilynn Murphy, Yarleen Lofgren, Miriam Cross, 
Audrey Egge, Janie Schy, Ronald A. Malerich. ROW 4: Gary Bea, Howard Thompson. Edwin Smick, John Carlson, Roald Tangvold, Walter Gould, 
Paul Boettcher, Bill Bleasner, John Baker, Toby Gustafson. 



ROW 1: Tom Shaffer, Larry Bagiaski, Dan Higgins. Ken Terhaar, Martin Olson. Jon Jacobson, Donald Grafton, Stan Hahn, Gary Coleman. Chuck 
Diesen, Jim Brickell, Tim O’Connor. ROW 2: Pam Miller. Dee Marie Manning, Suzanne Scanlan. Alice Herres, Muriel Martin, Karen Miller. Mary 
Ann Jacobson. Sue Rainwater, Sara Sue Reynolds. Lonna M. Dolphin, Mary McManamy, Joan Huchison. ROW 3: Jerry Tierney. Tom Owens. Meralee 
Buck, Cathy Loftus, Jan Pugh. Julie Fogelstedt. Rita Schindler. Barbara Elsbury, Jeannine Roos. Sally Fick, Kathy Dargan. Kathy Mahrt, Patricia Gillis. 
Tom Hart. ROW 4: Neil Bensel, Dave Herron, George Bettas. Mike Hart, Dennis Evans, Paul Godsil, Bob Feider, Dwane Bensel, Jerry Westfall, Steve 
Johnson, Pat Caraher, Gordy Kirkland. Dave Apple. 



JON JACOBSON 
President 


Newman Club 

Religious Organization 


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Roger Williams Fellowship 


Religious Organization 


LARRY RIPPE 
President 



ROW X: Carol Thompson, Judi Anderson, Heather Pearson, Hazel Masonholder, Marnell Clement, Marianne Olson, Gloria Brenchley. ROW 2: Karen 
Johnson, Sara Harpster, Caroline Hilty, Jane Littleton, Karen Hutchens, Carol Goemmer, Betty Goding. Barbara Hanson, Carol Pearson, Jan Jensen, 
Soren Jensen. ROW 3: Pat Gould, John Gould, Richard Ellis, Maurice Peugh, Chuck Goemmer, William Goding, Wayne Capps, Phil O’Reilly. ROW 4: 
Larry Rippe, Don Filion, Nan Filion, Bill Murlin, George Abrams, Bob VanderPol, Ron Birum, Ed Malmsten, Terry Bech. ROW 5: Dennis Armstrong, 
Gene Feenan, Roger Briscoe, David Anderson, Richard Burnett, George Pettingell. 



ROW 5: Ed Rosland, Rich Wilson, Lynda Jones, Annette Stender, Gwynn Maryott, Marylou Webb, Lois Lyall, Carolyn West, Luedd Pratt, JoAnn La- 
Follette, Karen Wilson. ROW 2: Frank Webb, Wendell L. Haworth, Gary R. Erickson, John Oakey, Bill Willard, Paul Robinson, John Block, Del Moore. 
Wally Toevs, Rod Marshall, Dick Bognall, Maurice Lange, Gary Hyde. 


UCCF 


Religious Organization 



ED ROSLAND 
President 


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BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS — Milt Smith, Patty Rogers, Dotty Matthiesen, June Bierbower, Bert Alward, Don Hyden, chairman; Bart Vogel, Joanne 
Bradbury, Chuck Dieson, Ruth Rudd, Virginia Nyhus. 



Student 

Publications 


UNIVERSITY PHOTO — Thelma Brannon, Bob Bullis, chief; Betty Rodeen, Chuck 
Painter, Norm Nelson (taking picture). 


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GREG CLICK, KEN BAJEMA, Editors 

Agriculturist 


Published periodically by ASCA and with nation wide 
circulation, the Agriculturist is of special interest to 
those in agriculture and related fields. 


STAFF — Francis Jensen, Kenneth Bajema, Mike Duncan, George Murdock, Greg Click, Maynard Hicks, advisor; Ron McPherson, Ed Feller, Van Jacobson. 


GEORGE MURDOCK, MIKE DUNCAN 
Business Managers 












X 




Chinook 


Keeping busy throughout the year, Chinookers 
work to produce an annual that will please the 
students by representing their best interests and 
by portraying campus life at all times. 


CORINNE CAMPBELL 
Copy Manager 


BART VOGEL 
Editor 


CAROLE PORTER 
Layout Manager 


MARILYN HOLERT 
Mounting Manager 


BOB FREESE 
Mounting Manager 
























COPY STAFF — Jacki Aamot, Carol Maskrod, Ruth Vallandigham, Bev Bain. 



COPY EDITORS—Barbara Hesse, Pat Crady. 


LAYOUT STAFF — Judy Hein, Sandi Allison, Linda Johnson, Judy Auvil, Linda Peterson. 



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Editorial 

Staff 



DIVISION EDITORS — Scotti Meyer, Carol Kilgore, Georgene Kirkpatrick. 



DIVISION EDITORS — Duke Cameron, Edie Miles, Carolyn Priest, Bob Jenkins. 



MOUNTING STAFF—Mary Lee McRevey, Vivien Lewis, Lynne Stroud. 


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JUDY STRAUSZ, Assistant 



CHARLIE GOODSELL, Assistant 


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Daily Evergreen 



SHIRLEY CANNON 
Editor, Fall Semester 


PATTY ROGERS 
Editor, Spring Semester 


Readers of the Daily Evergreen, 
which includes the entire student 
body plus half the town of Pull¬ 
man, seldom realize the hard hours 
put in by its personnel. Yet come 
what may, the Evergreen always 
comes out on time. 





LILLIAN MOIR 
Managing Editor, Spring Semester 




NANCY KEITH 
Women’s Editor, Fall Semester 




DAVE RINGLER 
Sports Editor, Fall Semester 


JANN BATTIN 

Women’s Editor, Spring Semester 



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PAUL TROEH 
Sports Editor, Spring Semester 













PAULINE LARSON 
Assistant Managing Editor, Spring Semester 


CRAIG MURDEN 

Assisting Managing Editor, Fall Semester 




PROOFREADERS - Kathy 
Arneson, Jann Battin, Duke 
Cameron, Jack Stephens, 
Bill Barry, Pat Crady. 


COPY READERS - Patty 
Rogers, Jann Battin, Lillian 
Moir, Jack Stephens, John 
Vlahovich. 



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Daily Evergreen 



KATHY NESSETH 
Business Manager, Fall Semester 


MARY ANN WICKLAND 
Adertising Manager, Spring Semester 
BRUCE WALTON 
Assistant Advertising Manager 


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BILL NESSETH 
Assistant Business Manager, Spring Semester 



PAT CLEM 
Office Manager 
SHERYL NEWLAND 
Classified Ad Manager 
Fall Semester 



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KWSC 

Radio-TV 


KWSC is the oldest educational 
radio station to have been licensed 
for colleges. As a part of its ever- 
expanding program of service to 
the campus, the television services 
are soon to be extended to full¬ 
time educational television. While 
there is some faculty help, students 
are in charge of most operations. 


Joan Lunnum, Traffic Manager; Marilyn Hoot, Richie Ormsby, Kay Wight, 
Traffic Staff. 



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Carl Highland, Special Events; Bob Mott, News; Neil Linder, Announcing Coach. 


SPORTS DIRECTORS: Jerry Yokum, Hugh Rundell, John Sandifer. 



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SPORTS STAFF: Jerry Yokum, Bill Clapham, Don Butler, Art Eckman, Roger Clawson, 
Carl Highland, Bill Krebs, Duane Borovec, Brad Kuipers, Neil Linder, John Sandifer. 


SUSAN HARRIS, Continuity Editor 



KWSC STAFF ANNOUNCERS — ROW 1: Larry Rader, Bob McConnell, Bill Clapham, Dick Howard, Dave Cordon, Spring Chief An¬ 
nouncer, Bob Marx, Fall Chief Announcer, Bill Hall, Dewey Westberg, Carl Highland. ROW 2: Tom Hunt, Roger Clawson, Bob Burton, 
Duane Borovec, Tim O’Conner, Art Eckman, Greg Click, Brad Kuiper, Bill Krebs, Don Butler, Wayne Bliesner, Dick Franklin. 
















KUGR 

KUGR is the second col¬ 
lege-owned radio station 
run by students. 


KWSC'TV 


As a part of educating 
radio-tv students, 
KWSC provides closed 
circuit television. 






























BOB STALDER, Business Manager 


SONJA MAGNUSON 
Editor 


“Spark” is the campus publication for frus¬ 
trated creativists who wish to air their 
feelings and express their thoughts. Art, 
stories, and poetry fill its pages. 



STAFF —Lynda Jones, Shirley Cannon, Keith Hoofnagle. 



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ROYALTY 














PH 


Miss Marjie Di Luzio 

Harvest Ball Queen, Alpha Phi 









































Mr. Rolf Vorderwulbecke 

Handsome Harry, Pi Kappa Alpha 


























Miss 


Dorothy 

Tucker 


Homecoming Queen 
Ferry Hall 


196 









Miss 

Linda 

Day 

Theta Chi Dream Girl 
Delta Gamma 


197 












Mr. Jerry Hood 


Sophomore Tolo King, Sherwood Hall 




























Miss Karen Kimzey 

Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Pi Beta Phi 




















Miss 

Julie 

Rock 


Independent Queen 
Coman 



200 























Miss 



Gorton 


Junior Prom Queen 
Regents Hill 


201 


m 






























Miss Marlene Elduen 

Ki Kappa Alpha Dream Girl 
Pi Beta Phi 


202 






















Miss Joan Erickson 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts 
Delta Gamma 










Miss 

Stevi 

York 

TKE Sweetheart 
Ferry Hall 


204 








Miss 

Ann 

Pickard 

May Queen 
Gamma Phi Beta 


205 








i 


Little 


Sisters of Minerva 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



Molly Jones, Kay Blaine, Marjie Di Luzio, Lynne Stroud 

Marilyn Selves, Margie Conrad, Karen Gustafson, Nancy Nethercutt 
Pat Johnson, Fran Osmers, Jean Svinth, Ann Pickard 
Joanne Hennings, Margo Zwicker, Nicki Layton, Jo Storch, Susie Crocker 







































































Miss 

vlary Ann 
Maslac 

Spur of the Moment 
Coman Hall 



Mr. 

Neal 

Tash 


207 


Knight of Knights 
Kruegel Hall 
















Mis An Thrope 


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Symphonic Band 





FLUTES: Durkee, Hahn, Srail, Ault, 
Spicer, Storey, Leathers, Squires, Steinke. 
PICCOLO: S trail. OBOES: Stein, Guggen- 
bickler, Burke, Coif. BASSOONS: Taylor, 
Edlund, Ridlington. CLARINET: Scha- 
low, Swanson, Neff, Brizendine, McKee, 
Backman, Mueller, Blomquist, Ferguson, 
Morrison, Pearson, Clinkingbeard, Tweedt, 
Walter, Robbie, Stinchfield, Holderness, 
Dedrick, Hicks, King, Clow, Milnes, Ma¬ 
her, Kirkwood, Hurd. SAXOPHONES: 
Shields, Hall, Gettman, Smith, Durham, 
Rothrock, Huggins, Heinselman. 


CORNETS: Swanson, Bradway, Montgomery, Kloeppel, 
Richter, Coppock, Holmquist, Rutherford. TRUMPETS: 
Batdorf, Kirkwood, Clark, Simons. FRENCH HORNS: 
Ardussi, Rodgers, Hansen, Caldwell, Obert, Noble, Os¬ 
borne, Hall, Robinson. BARITONES: Campbell, Wing, 
Higgins, Beers. TROMBONES: Gates, Herron, Keller, 
Burleigh, Churchill, Larsen, Haldi, Johnson. BASSES: 
Apperson, Porter, Gould, Schroeder, Payton. PERCUS¬ 
SION: Henry, Beattie, Slusser, Sommers, Clement. 



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ORCHESTRA — Violins: B. Naimy, L. Fairweather, S. Strode, J. Kibbe, D. Gleason, S. Scanlon, M. Carlson, L. Heady, 

J. Johnson, J. Sorenson, B. Wiesen, D. Walter, L. Korsgaard, M. Jacobsen, L. Wassman, L. Meyer, L. Kiefer, K. Bruce, L. 
Grabner, P. Poore, C. Mavity, J. Schlotfeldt. Violas: T. Bech, W. Wagner, V. Hall, R. Richey, C. Beer. Cello: I. Edlund, 

K. Kiefer, M. Jacobsen, T. Brown, A. McMurry. String-Basses: R. Payton, J. Colpitts, B. Nakata. Piccolo: R. Hahn. Flutes: 
J. Srail, M. Durkee. Clarinets: S. Brizendine, M. McKee. Bass Clarinet: R. Milnes. Bassoons: D. Taylor, W. Myles. Horns: 
M. Ardussi, S. Rodgers, M. Hansen, N. Osborne. Trumpets: R. Swanson, S. Bradway, D. Montgomery. Trombones: T. Gates, 
T. Herron, J. Haldi. Tuba: R. Apperson. Timpani: D. Strickland. Percussion: N. Bellas. 


Football games are made more colorful by the 
music of the high-stepping Marching Band. 



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CONCERT CHOIR — Sopranos: Ault, Baken, J. Bodrak, Brasel, Davis, DeYoung, Gutemey, Haring, Larsen, McCoy, Philley, Pierson, Ruark, 
Shull, Simon, L. Smith, Stuber, Webb. Altos: Anderson, Burton, Calkins, V. Franklin, Hilty, Hopper, Hook, J. Johnson, Mickelson, Mont¬ 
gomery, L. Newby, Ridlington, Schmauder, Schwartz, Shields. Tenors: Chang, Dickson, G. Franklin, Gee, Grace, Henry, Kainu, O’Hare, 
J. Taylor, Wansley. Basses: Batdorf, Bech, G. Bodrak, Burnham, M. Caldwell, Durkee, M. Hansen, L. Johnson, Lundberg, McKee, McVay, 
Rutherford, R. Smith, Stradling. 




CHORUS — Abrams, Aliverti, R. Anderson, M. Andrews, Apperson, Ashburn, Avery, Barry, Bathrick, Batterman, Bayne, Beckett, Bellas, 
Berry, Borg, Bratton, Brines, Brownell, Margaret Buck, Merilee Buck, Burke, Butler, Byers, J. Caldwell, Carey, Cayanus, Christiansen, 
Clark, Connell, Conrad, Cook, Corsmo, Craddock, Davidson, O. Davis, Dawson, Day, Dillman, Dolphin, Doull, Dunning, Durrett, Essinger, 
Finholm, Fosshage, Fredrickson, Frisch, Gabrielsen, Garnsey, Giard, Gladder, Gleason, Gust, M. Hansen, Haug, Hayden, Headrick, Hebner, 
Heimkes, Hilderbrand, Hougan, Hove, K. Huisingh, H. Huisingh, Hurd, Indridson, Iverson, James, Jamison, Johanson, L. Johnson, T. 
Johnson, J. Jones, Kapp, Kendall, Kettwig, Kiefer, Kimbrough, Lamping, Landt, Lane, Langeloh, Largent, Lessig, Levar, Liebman, 
Lillywhite, Lingbloom, Mac Quarrie, Maddox, Maki, Marlatt, Martens, Maynard, McCall, McCoy, McGinnis, McKee, S. McMillan, K. 
McMillan, McNaught, McNeil, McPhee, Melrose, Metzler, Meyer, J. Miller, P. Miller, Milnes, Murlin, Myklebust, Neil, Neff, Nethercutt, 
G. Newby, Newland, Norman, O’Kelly, Oldfield, K. Olsen, Onstot, Ormiston, Osmers, Overstreet, Palm, Pence, Potter, J. Pratt, L. Pratt, 
Radforth, Rasmussen, Reese, Reid, Kingo, S. Rodgers, Rogel, Saindon, Sepic, Serafin, Shields, Simpson, Sivers, Siverson, D. Smith, R. 
Smith, V. Smith, Southworth, Steen, Stein, Steinke, Stelzer, Stoskopf, Strand, Strickland, Stroud, Taber, Tanke, Thiel, Thomason, Thomp¬ 
son, Tillotson, Torbitt, VanCamp, Waldrip, Wall, Warnock, M. Webb, R. Webb, Weiss, Westberg, Wheaton, Whiting, Widemann, Williams, 
Willoughby, Wood, Yates, Young, R. Zeigler, G. Zeigler. 



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Plays 




“The Rivals," Richard Brinsley Sheridan's 
satire on eighteenth century British society, 
thoroughly entertained Dad's Day audiences. 



“The Medea" by Euripedes is the story 
of a woman's tragic revenge on her 
unfaithful husband. 














Plays 



“The Cave Dwellers,” Soroy- 
an’s play, was the January 
presentation of the Speech 
Department. 


“Bom Yesterday,” the sophis¬ 
ticated dramatic comedy, was 
presented by the Speech De¬ 
partment during the winter. 





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Plays 



Cal Watson and Judy Hendrickson 
were starred in “Born Yesterday,” 
in which she recreated Judy Holli¬ 
day’s role. 



That happiness cannot be measured 
by material wealth is the theme of 
Moliere’s “The Miser.” 



215 








“Seven Keys to Bald- 
pate”—who says wom¬ 
en are domineering. 


“Who’s there?” — the 
suspense deepens in 
this tense moment. 



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Opera 



As a part of Mother's Weekend, the 
WSU Music Department presented 
their annual opera production. This 
year's production was Bizet's 
“Carmen.” With the strains of “Ha- 
benera” and the “Toreador Song” 
ringing in their ears, spectators were 
heard to report that it was the best 
opera presentation for several years. 
In the pictures shown here, Carmen 
learns of her approaching death 
from the cards and later bemoans 
her coming fate. 



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Artists and 
Speakers 


Among the earlier LAS speakers, 
was John Crosby, well-known 
critic of the television medium. 


Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Harvard 
professor and Pulitzer Prize win¬ 
ner, spoke to a filled auditorium. 










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The Minneapolis Symphony Or¬ 
chestra made their Pullman debut 
to a packed Bohler Gymnasium. 





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The bongo player and 
the sleek singer held 
starring roles at the 
Stan Kenton concert. 

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Artists and 
Speakers 





Dr. Fayez Savegh, sponsored by the Arab Stu¬ 
dents Club, spoke to students on the position of 
the world’s neutralist nations. 


Singers Leigh and Pease gave 
each other some moral support 
just prior to their Community 
Concert. 


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Bernard Crick, British political 
scientist, spoke on 4 'The Labour 
Party Today” and other subjects. 


















World Affairs 
Institute 



Dr. Brock Chisholm appears trapped behind a tea cup. 


Hennings seems to have some doubts, but Goldschmidt agrees. 



With a theme of “Africa in the 
Changing World,” this year’s 
World Affairs Institute brought 
a host of experts to the WSU 
campus. 



James Coleman uses both hands and mouth to 
discuss. 


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Speakers at this year’s Institute 
were connected with the prob¬ 
lems of Africa in many intimate 
and diverse ways. Chisholm 
served as Director-General of 
the World Health Organization, 
Hennings served in Africa be¬ 
fore being attached to the Brit¬ 
ish Embassy in Washington, 
D. C. Coleman, Goldschmidt 
and Herskovits are known and 
respected scholars. And Ko- 
rantang is with the Ghana Em¬ 
bassy. 




J. Korantang apparently found a common interest with conversants. 


Dr. Herskovits delights in informal 
chats over cups of coffee. 


Speakers Goldschmidt, Hennings, Chisholm, Herskovits, and Coleman enter in procession for their finale. 



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The Randy Weston Jazz Quartet, featuring 
Randy Weston on the bass, gave its WSU 
audience varieties in both jazz and a rather 
different treatment of the jitterbug. 



Artists 

























Guest 

Artists 


The Willow Three capti¬ 
vated their audiences with 
folk song renditions. 


Bobby Wick and Ray Brand 
combined comedy and jazz 
in an unusual variety. 



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Concerts 



Israeli pianist, David Bar- 
Ilian entranced his listeners 
in another of the Community 
Concert series presentations. 
Justifiably, he is ranked in 
musical circles as one of to¬ 
day’s rising young pianists. 


As a part of the series of Cham¬ 
ber Music Concerts, Harold 
Cheney, displayed his talents 
on the harpsichord, an older 
version of today’s piano, with 
his interpretive music of the 
great masters of the classical 
era. 


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Guest 



Lecturer 


On February 16, 1961, WSU was given 
an opportunity to hear Margaret Mead, 
noted anthropologist and sociologist, 
speak to an overflowing crowd in Todd 
Hall auditorium. Speaking on the sub¬ 
ject of “Marriage: Individuality and 
Conformity,” Miss Mead captivated her 
audience with her outspoken and often 
controversial views on her subject. Dis¬ 
cussing marriage from an anthropological 
viewpoint, Miss Mead charmed her lis¬ 
teners with wit and warm humor. 
























Speakers 



Allan W. Watts, greatest 
western authority on the 
subject of Zen and a 
noted and controversial 
young philosopher, spoke 
on his favorite subject 
and its implications for 
our western civilization. 


Joan Robinson, noted 
economist who lectur¬ 
ed on the "Problems 
of Economic Growth/’ 
is shown here with fac¬ 
ulty members who lis¬ 
tened with interest to 
her learned opinions. 



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Artists 



“Back to back and belly to belly?” 
— couldn’t be, they’ve done that al¬ 
ready for this was the Kingston 
Trio’s second appearance on the 
WSU campus. Also on this Moth¬ 
er’s Weekend billing with the trio 
was the Australian Jazz Quartet 
and the rising new singer Gene Mc¬ 
Daniels, most noted for his rousing 
version of “One Hundred Pounds 
of Clay.” 





































































Artists and Speakers 


Stanford University profes¬ 
sor, C. B. van Niel, spoke as 
a part of the Lecture Artist 
Series, on “Science and Hu¬ 
manities,and in addition, 
as shown here, chatted in¬ 
formally with members of 
the audience. 


“Chitra ,, by Tagore, India’s noted 
poet, was presented by the Indian 
students with proceeds used for 
books of the poet for the library. 





























ATHLETICS 























Athletic Council 


Traditionally, Washington State University has had a 
strong representative athletic program. With the breakup 
of the Pacific Coast Conference, it was the opinion of the 
students, faculty, alumni, and friends that we should con¬ 
tinue our competition on the same level as we had in the 
past. This we are doing as is evident by the type of sched¬ 
ules we have over the next few years. We have constantly 
maintained the attitude that Washington State University 
is better served by being a member of an athletic conference. 
To this end we are working and are confident that before 
long, we will again be affiliated with an athletic conference. 
It is our feeling that an athletic program is an integral part 
of any educational system. While a program needs to be 
strong, it needs to be kept in its proper perspective. This 
is our aim. It is a great honor for our coaches, players, and 
staff to represent our student body in the field of inter¬ 
collegiate athletics. 

Stan Bates 


STAN BATES, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics 




ATHLETIC COUNCIL —Stan Bates, Bill Berry, Jim Lemery, C. Clement French, Wallace Beasley, Rich Gustafson, Pat Patterson, Glen Galligan. 


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Grey “W” 



JIM GREIG, President 


Knee ticklers, “beautiful” hairy 
legs - this combination spelled 
hilarity one day in April as the 
Grey W initiates paid for the 
honor of being tapped. High¬ 
light of their year’s activities 
were a street dance and the 
showing of a sports highlights 
film on April 28. Among their 
other activities, the WSU let- 
termen sponsor vacation-time 
booster dances and run the 
concessions booths at games. 



ROW 1: Nick August, Jim Greig, Larry Largent, Chuck Miller, Darrel Whitmore. ROW 2: Gary 
Banks, Leroy Babbitt, Bruce Ellingsen, Mel Melin, Dick Copple. ROW 3: Doyle Wilson, Wavne 
Wilson, Don Durall, Dave Kerrone, Mike Martin. ROW 4: Bob Noel, Paul Tomlinson. Tom Er- 
landson, Mike Devine, Harvey West. ROW 5: Ron Langhans, Jim Boylan, Paul Giese, Bob Hoien, 
Tom Engelstad. ROW 6: Don Bertoin, Jim Jensen, John Bent, John Wyffels, George Reed. ROW 7: 
Harold Haddock, Lorin Christean, Bob Colleran, Hank Wyborney, Lee Schroeder. ROW 8: Jim 
Temples, Hugh Campbell, Jim Lemery, Bill McKenzie, Neil Dirom, Charlie Sells. 


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Football 



ROW 1: Knight, Lawrence, Miller, Martin, Babbitt, Devine, Giachino, Abbott, Stanton, Friauf, Sutherland. ROW 2: Cano, Schenck, Melin, Boylan, 
Blakely, Schroeder, Green, Duprel, Erlandson, Greig, Copple, Kerrone, James, Lincoln, Perry, Smith. ROW 3: Niemi, Hogland, Rushfeldt, Laughans, 
Martin, Colleran, H. Campbell, Berry, Wyffels, Shaw, Haddock, Christean, Ekstrand, McDonald, James. ROW 4: Harper, Jensen, Mathieson, Crook, 
Johnson, Ellingson, Hoien, Gehrmann, West, Connors, J. Campbell, Schwarz, Arlt. 


The Season 


The Cougars once again 
supplied Jim Sutherland 
with the wide open razzle- 
dazzle type of offense he 
typically calls for. Statistic 
wise, the State squad best¬ 
ed their opponents in prac¬ 
tically every department. 
The Sudsmen could always 
score, but their goal line 
defensive performance was 
the drawback that led to a 
4-5-1 season mark. Relying 
on quarterback Mel Me- 
lin’s deadly aerials, the 
Cougars emerged as the 
top passing team in the 
country. On the receiving 
end, Sophomore Hugh 


Campbell grabbed the pig¬ 
skin 66 times, establishing a 
new NCAA record. Camp¬ 
bell also broke the Nation¬ 
al College mark for yards 
from pass receptions. Al¬ 
though hampered by an 
injury more than half the 
season, halfback Keith Lin¬ 
coln set new school records 
for rushing and punting. 
The Butchmen showed 
their great potential more 
than once during the sea¬ 
son. With Melin and 
Campbell returning next 
year, the Cougs look for¬ 
ward to a winning season. 


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“Hold it just a minute! 
We’ll try that play again.” 
And so the football prac¬ 
tice goes through the long 
afternoon. 


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A vicious Cougar leaps on the Indian prey and drags him 
quickly to the ground for the satisfying kill. 




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“Where she'll stop nobody knows ..." Keith Lincoln puts the ball in orbit in a desperate pass try as Stanford Indians close 
in for the ambush. 


There's no way out for WSU ball carrier Jim Boylan — the Idaho Vandals have all the exits covered. 










You’d think Lincoln was a threat! COP Tigers lunge for the 
stop as WSU’s ace half back makes a last minute get-away try 



Sure hands of the nation’s 
number one pass receiver grip 
the ball in another successful 
pass completion as Hugh 
Campbell outdistances Uni¬ 
versity of Washington tackier 
and heads for the goal. 


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Hugh Campbell holds the ball in a vise-like grip as 
COP Tiger lunges forward in an attempted tackle. 



Campbell is off again with COP Tiger in hot 
pursuit. 



For one fleet moment the ball hangs in suspension as the 
Cougars and the Ducks fight to regain possession. 


Oregon Duck hits the turf in mid-flight as WSU tacklers show him 
that it doesn’t pay to quack at a Cougar. 

















Grim, intent faces — mud spattered uniforms — and 
one tackle coming up as Cougar linemen close in on 
the Husky ball carrier. 


Will he or won’t he — tense Husky 
and Cougar players await the fate 
of the free falling ball. 



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Yell Squad 



ROW 1: Roger Gorman, Dan Jones, John Biggs. ROW 2: Fran Osmers, Gene Rebillard, Donna Wieland, Caroline Hanson, 
Kathy Bamford, Mary Ann Maslac. 














This climber seems reminiscent of Jack and the bean¬ 
stalk as he skillfully masters the rope. 


Gymnastics 

Body agility and strength are the primary 
requisites for members of the gymnastics 
team. Skill and form in addition to speed are 
essential to the winning gymnast. 



An abundance of arm strength is essential for the horizontal bars. 



ROW 1: David Vik, George Gleason, Tom Sagerser, Bruce Flanagan, Dick Van Hersett. ROW 2: Bob Olds, Ole Bergan, Howard Armstrong, 
Steve James, Coach Hubie Dunn. 

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Hey coach! I forgot to tell you — I get dizzy in high places. 















Swimming 

Amid zealous splashings and smooth strokings in 
the Bohler Gym pool, can be found the specialty 
divers, distance swimmers, and racers that help to 
make up the fine team that represents WSU in its 
swim meets with other colleges. 


The work may be hard, but victory lies ahead. 




The race is on, and with all the spray and splashing, it is hard 
to distinguish just who is leading. 


“Hey Ma, I’m flying,” is the cry in the air. Look out below for potential belly flops. 



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Man into space — there he goes, our first human astronaut. 


HOW 1: George Jacroux, Rich Alseth, Del Chase, Shaw McAfee, Mike Devine, Jim Morley. ROW 2: Jim Carpenter, Larry Skinner, Roger Giles, 
Gary Chase, Frank Morgan, Chuck Young, Lawrence Davies, Coach Doug Gibb. 













































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HOW 1: Marv Harshman, Terry Ball, Cordell Harder, Nick August, Denny Colacino, Ernie Woods, Tom Mills, Joe Zaspel. HOW 2: Rich Halleen, 
Dwight Damon, Larry Carlson, Neil Dirom, Charlie Sells, Jim Lemery, Bill McKenzie, Kaspar Blums. 


Basketball 


Coach Marv Harshman piloted the Cougar hoopsters to a 10-16 win-loss campaign, which included 
victories over every West Coast opponent except the University of Washington. WSU was picked as 
•a potential power in the pre-season ratings, but as the season progressed the Cougars displayed the 
lacking bench strength which led to their inconsistent status. In the first six tilts, State produced a 
single win. The remainder of the season ran similar to a roller coaster for the Butchmen, bringing out 
important wins over Wisconsin, Stanford, Seattle, and Oregon. A “wait until next year” attitude pre¬ 
vailed as the season came to a close. Harshman lost only one team member, senior Nick August. The 
scrappy team captain’s shoes will be hard to fill, however. August loosened up many a defense with his 
long, two-handed set shots from out beyond the key, averaging 7.7 points a game. Another big factor 
in the Cougar’s menacing potential was guard Terry Ball who led the squad in scoring with an 18.5 
point per game performance, and connected on 77.7 per cent of his free-throw attempts. Washington 
State’s versatile forward Charlie Sells finished second with 13.0 markers per game, and lead in the re¬ 
bound department with 258 grabs. Dwight Damon filled the other forward slot, and connected for 12.0 
points per game. Neil Dirom, the Cougar’s ambitious pivot man, pounded in 6.5 points per contest. 
As a team, WSU scored 617 field goals against 632 for their opponents. The Pullman quintet made 477 
points on free-throws and lost 514 via charity tosses. In rebounding the Cougs led with 1186 to their 
opponents’ 1170. Therefore, although their win-loss record was not especially spectacular, statistically 
the Cougars appeared to beat out their opposition. With a great many seniors slated for action next 
year, and with several future juniors ready to back them up, the Cougars look forward to a successful 
1961-62 season and are eagerly waiting for coach Marv Harshman to lead them on to a well-deserved 
successful season. 


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Basketball 


The Cougar's coach, Marv Harshman, 
gestures a quick signal to his team during 
one of their many hard workouts in 
Bohler Gym. 


It was shots like this against Stanford that brought the Cougars 
victory. Why bother to shoot from the key when you have some¬ 
one who can push them in from above the basket. 









The ferocity of the game shows in the 
scramble for the suspended ball. 



Despite the presence of three menac¬ 
ing opponents, this Cougar got the ball. 


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In or out? Open-mouthed players anticipate either a rebound or basket. 



Hey, where’s the ball? Sometimes it is just a blur on the horizon until it falls into the hands of a skilled Cougar player. 


250 














It’s often hard to determine just who 
is scoring the basket. Is it Washing¬ 
ton State or is it Oregon State? 


With strategic floor areas 
covered, who will recover? 


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When viewed from near the referee’s foot, the 
game takes on immense proportions. 



252 































Scoreboard 


wsu 

Opponents 


77 

Gonzaga 

80 

55 

Idaho 

56 

64 

Idaho 

56 

64 

Wichita 

83 

46 

Purdue 

74 

58 

Illinois 

79 

51 

Stanford 

50 

61 

Seattle 

72 

78 

Wisconsin 

72 

81 

Gonzaga 

70 

66 

Oregon State 

76 

72 

Oregon State 

61 

44 

Oregon 

58 

53 

Oregon 

60 

47 

Oregon State 

72 

67 

Idaho 

85 

83 

Stanford 

63 

83 

Seattle 

76 

52 

Oregon State 

53 

77 

Oregpn 

73 

77 

Seattle 

79 

77 

Idaho 

63 

63 

Washington 

66 

81 

Oregon 

56 

68 

Oregon 

76 

66 

Washington 

79 


Despite the close opposition, an¬ 
other score is registered. 



A Cougar hoopster makes a basket from under his opponent’s arm. 



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Wrestling 


HOW 1: Warren Roberts, Monroe Bickford, Gerry Conine, Jerry 
Campbell, Bruce Cook. HOW 2: Harry Yamamoto, Leroy Babbit, Bruce 
Townsend, Lawrence Olson, Spence Wolfe, Bill Berry. 


Hey Ref! Why don’t you wear glasses 
next time! 


The Coug wrestling team under 
Coach Lee Newell ended this 
year’s season with a 7-6-1 record, 
and added a new match to their 
grappling schedule as they match¬ 
ed holds with Wyorfring, Colorado, 
and Utah University wrestlers. 
Bill Berry, two time P.C.I. cham¬ 
pion was captain. 


Boys! This is no time to play wheel¬ 
barrow! 


What a heck of a way to get the load off your feet! 


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Tennis 




With a scoop and a slam, the tennis ball heads for a score over the net. 


Under the able leadership of Coach 
John Schwarz, the tennis team pulled 
through with a winning season, gain¬ 
ing the championship of the Far- 
West division of the NCAA with wins 
over Washington, Idaho and Oregon. 


The racket is poised in the air and with spring¬ 
like action Norm Johnson leaps to the cry of 
a bold “Service one.” 


Jim Norland, Joe Kleitsch, Tom Buchanan, Dave Ringler, Dallas Edwards, John Schwarz. 



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Track 


A lack of interest in track and field competition among 
WSU athletes resulted in a slightly less than successful 
season for the Cougar trackmen. At the Far West Relays 
held in Pullman, the Cougars placed fourth, with Oregon 
taking the honors, but scored a victory at the WSU Quad¬ 
rangular defeating Idaho, Whitworth and EWCE. Other 
meet results were WSU 81^-Idaho 49$; WSU 44-Oregon 86; 
WSU 39-Oregon State 91; WSU 56-Washington 75. Out¬ 
standing men on the team this year were Henry Wybomey 
(high jump), Wayne Wilson (pole vault), Don Ber- 
toia (880 and mile), John Chaplin (220 and 440), Jim 
Temples (two miles), Jim Allen (220 low hurdles), Bill 
Bridges (javelin). 



ROW 1: Wayne Wilson, Glen Michael, Bill Kelley, Jim Allen, Dave Kerrone, Mike Keller, Don Bertoia, Ron Starkenburg, Dick French, Gordy Kirkland. 
Kneeling: Coach Jack Mooberry, George Lang. ROW 2: Jim Fogg, Gary Cromer, Bill Bridges, Jan Bentzon, John Chaplin, Hank Wybomey, Roland 
De Boer, Charlie Sells, Robbie Hogg, Jim Temples, Don Durall, Mex Jensen, John Bent, Larry Vargo. 


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They’re off and running. Although even at the start, time and speed will show one of these runners charging out in 
front to break through the string and claim the victory. 


Tenseness shows as these 
relayers await the gun. 


257 







Above: The cinders fly as Oregon and Washington State trackmen compete tensely for the honor of winning the 
high hurdles and victory for their team. Bottom left: With a mighty burst of energy this WSU team member sends 
the javelin hurtling through space. Bottom right: This javelin thrower looks to the sky as if asking for help. 



258 


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Left: The question hangs in bal¬ 
ance — will the pole vaulter clear 
the bar? Above: He did, and 
with inches to spare. 




As opposed to the pole vaulter, length and 
not height is important to the broad jumper. 
Concentrated effort looms clearly on this 
man’s face. 
















The high jumper must gain extreme height without the aid of the pole. Will he make it? 


260 














Bill Wicking, Gary Crithfield, Sunny Meek, Denny Duerden, Mike Left el, Dennis Johnson, Terry Busch, Joe Hill. 



Sometimes this golf 
game just tees me off. 


Golf 


Under the able coaching guid¬ 
ance of John Friel, WSU’s golf¬ 
ers had a moderately successful 
season. At the Far West tour¬ 
nament at Eugene, Oregon, the 
golf team managed to finish 
fourth with Oregon holding 
tough and taking the cham¬ 
pionship. 



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Buck and his successor, Charlie Brayton, discuss ground rules with 
umpires. 


Baseball 

Basball mentor Buck Bailey found the 
going rough in his last season with the 
Cougars. With most of his pitchers miss¬ 
ing from last year’s Northern Division 
champions, Buck pessimistically headed 
into the 1961 campaign with a squad 
dominated by sophomores. But the Coug 
diamond men came out of pre-conference 
play in good shape, sporting a 13-4 record. 
Northern Division contention ran close, 
but WSU came out on top despite the 
pressure from the Oregon schools. In the 
championship playoff for District eight 
of the NCAA, the Cougars met with 
Southern Cal. Here the Trojans proved 
too much for the Cougs and squashed 
their hopes for a berth in the College 
World Series. 



ROW 1: Bob Wilson, Gary Coleman, Mike Carlon, Gary Banks, Pat Crook, Marve Marchbanks, Zeke Blocklinger, Paul Giese, Nick August. ROW 2: Buck 
Bailey, Ray Moline, Harold Haddock, Boyd Swent, Ron Langhans, Dwight Damon, Paul Tomlinson, Bob Walker, Hank Jarvits, Rich Haldi, Bernie Keller. 


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Cougar second baseman, Nick August, who is also a top hitter, races to first base to boost his batting average. 


Tie goes to the runner? It's 
moments like this that give 
umpires traumas! 

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Contact — the player runs for first and a single. 


With a slam like this, that catcher will never possess that ball. 



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Despite a powerful hit, that runner will never make it to third. It’s times like this that really get a fellow down. 


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“Where did I leave that ball? It must be here.” 

Cougar hitters prepare for their next trip to the plate. 











Women’s 



Recreation 

Association 



KATHY BAMFORD 
Secretary 


WRA COUNCIL — ROW 1: Annette Stender, Jackie Hendrickson, Sandy Gollemore, 
Mary Reed Linda Schatz, Jeannine Roos. ROW 2: Lea Johnson, Phyllis Struck, Lynn 
Harrison, Joan Crawford, Rosemary Hood, Donna Kludt, Kathy Bamford, Marge Larne, 
Janice Peterson. 





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CRIMSON W — Sheila Fraser, Liela Nicholas, Dianne McClain, Doris Nelson, Lee Johannes, Sharon Kinder, Mary Forslund, Judy Streib, Mary Reed, 
Nancy Helander, Mrs. Gerrie Baldwin. 


WOMEN'S BOWLING TEAM — ROW 1: Kristy Meckelson, Alice Herres, Miss Wohlford, Pam Martens, Sharon Burgess. ROW 2: Carol 
Grossman, Shirley Thomassen, Rosemary Martin, Suzanne Adams, Diane Wilson. 



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Do Si Do Club 


Sports Days 


270 


























The Line-Up 

“By the time I got out of that place, I was 
ready to cry.” “I just didn’t get any of the 
classes I wanted!” “I’m a graduating senior; 
you’ve got to let me take this class.” “What 
do you mean all the sections are filled?” And 
so it goes on every semester, this peculiar col¬ 
lege phenomenon known as registration. Mem¬ 
ories are made of this: the endless line into 
Bohler Gymnasium; the waiting two hours to 
pick up your packet; the confused search for 
a class to substitute for the one that was filled; 
the being told five times that your cards are 
in the wrong order; and, of course, the lovely 
picture on your activities card. 



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The Reading 


The discovery that you’re reading nine 
books for one course; the frantic grab 
for the last book on the shelf because the 
professor didn’t order enough of them; 
the persistent pushing to the front of the 
line so you may see the book require¬ 
ments for this semester — it all takes 
place, of course, in the Bookie, the friend¬ 
ly neighborhood crushing ground for 
6,000 frantic collegiates. Why buy? It’s 
all based on the assumption that, contrary 
to opinion, ignorance isn’t bliss. 



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Rally! Rally! 























Rally! Rally! Rally! The cry rings in 
your ears and stirs you enough so that 
you put on your best sweatshirt and 
jeans and go with the crowd to run 
through the streets. Suddenly you're 
holding someone's hand and talking to 
him or her as if you’ve known the per¬ 
son for years. And vaguely, somewhere 
in the back of your mind is the hope 
that the Cougars will win tomorrow. 
The only question remaining—were the 
side aches and crushed feet worth it? 



277 












278 











The Big Game 



Let's go thataway! Let's go 
thataway! . . . Hey, hey; ho, 
ho, let’s get that ball and 
really go! All hail to Wash¬ 
ington State! W-A-S-H- . . . 
You're in the big-time now 
and suddenly you're singing 
your heart out and screaming 
in the hope that the Cougars 
will “make that kick, make 
that kick!” It's a time when 
you can relieve your frustra¬ 
tions; when you can smile, 
scream, and be happy; when 
you can shout and cry. It's 
the big game, and the crowd 
proves that we love it. 



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Homecoming and Dad’s Day we 
consider to be the two big week¬ 
ends in the fall. We welcome re¬ 
turning graduates and our fathers 
with fancy signs that lousily 
proclaim a Cougar victory. We 
proudly take people on tours of 
the campus, showing them how 
it has changed since they were 
here. We see that they enjoy 
themselves as they meet other 
fathers, sign their names on the 
autograph board, and register for 
the big weekend so that you might 
have their ribbon for your scrap¬ 
book. Welcome dads and alums 
to WSU! 


280 




























Welcome Dads! 










“Horace Hoffenditz for Sen¬ 
ior Class Vice President,” 
or “Robin Hinkledorf for 
Junior Greek Man.” From 
an unknown freshman to 
student body president — 
the college success story. “I 
don’t care how qualified she 
is, she’s got a wretched per¬ 
sonality.” “She may have a 
wretched personality, but 
she certainly is qualified.” 
The campaign is on in full 
force. Greek or Independent 
— the perennial party com¬ 
petition. Freshly painted 
campaign signs proclaim 
candidate’s virtues; fame 
overnight. 












The Campaign 












































After the rain has come and destroy¬ 
ed the carefully constructed signs, 
and after your friends have assured 
you that running for offiice is good 
experience, then, comes the election. 
Students line up and flash their 
activities for admission into a voting 
booth. Then comes the question of 
who to vote for, Smith, Jones, or 
Wilson. Qualifications are readily 
forgotten, but names are remember¬ 
ed. Carefully using the pencil pro¬ 
vided for the occasion, you fill in 
your choice, and then deposit your 
ballot in the box. This is the student 
voice, the democracy of a ballot box. 




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286 











The Victory 



After the campaign and after the 
election come the results. It’s a 
time when some hopes are ful¬ 
filled and others are disappointed. 
It's smiles and victories for some, 
while for others it's a sinking into 
a back booth of the CUB to drown 
sorrows in a large coke. Last year 
it was an independent victory, 
this year a greek one. Next year? 
Who knows. The results are an¬ 
nounced and the crowd seems to 
cheer no matter who wins. To the 
victor go the spoils, the spoils in 
this case being committee ap¬ 
pointments and chairmanships. 
In the fall it’s class elections and 
in the spring it’s student body. 
There are smiles on happy people, 
and your vote made it happen. 



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It’s Saturday night and time for 
the big dance, any dance of the 
year —the Bell Hop, the Mu¬ 
sician’s Ball, the Harvest Ball, 
and, of course. Homecoming. A 
queen is crowned to the sound of 
music and one girl is left to re¬ 
member the greatest moment of 
her life. Tinsel and tuxedos, 
queens and crowns — it’s the soft 
swirl of evening gowns as couples 
dance by. The magic of evening 
is present for a formal affair. 



288 




A Formal Affair 







































































The Junior Prom — was that with a blind date or 
that fellow I was pinned to? Probably it was the blind 
date; the boy you were pinned to would probably 
have taken you to a movie. The prom's the thing — 
pom poms hung from the ceiling, a famous name 
band from Hollywood, another queen crowning. 
Think of the pageantry of the Military Ball and the 
grand march around the ballroom, the glamour of the 
uniform. All in a memory, it's moonlight and roses. 

















Friday Night 




Want something to do on a Friday night? 
Take a date and go to the Activities 
Round-Up. There you find the magic of 
orchids from Hawaii, the brass art of the 
Orient, the fascination of a pharmacist’s 
experiment, and a host of other attrac¬ 
tions. Or on another night, go to the CUB 
Carnival. Anyone for ring-toss on a pair 
of hairy legs? How about puncturing a 
balloon from twenty-five feet? Get your 
money here, for a Friday night’s fun. 












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The Fair 

Come to the fair. There you may learn the wonders 
of agriculture from those who study it. Displays 
and exhibits designed for your interest await you 
there. Do you have some free time on your hands? 
Come to Agri-Science 1962. 


























Saturday at Three 


Blue notes drifting out over a smoke-filled room. 
Talk and laughter over the coffee cup. “I have 
measured out my life with coffee spoons. High 
society or a beatnik establishment? It’s the CUB, 
of course, on a Saturday afternoon. Prufrocks 
gathered together for purely social purposes. 
Walk if you go; parking spaces are few. 


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People everywhere in a crushing 
mass. Sometimes it’s all you see 
and they seem to swarm around 
and on you. But look around. 
Ever thought of what a ceiling 
looks like up-side-down? Have 
you ever counted the number of 
“Please clear your dishes” signs 
at one time? Ever been just plain 
mad because everyone else seem¬ 
ed to be playing bridge and you 
needed a fourth? What you need 
is a change of pace. Take in a 
street dance. It’s crowded but the 
atmosphere’s roomy. 




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Signs of Our Times 




297 














Ladies First 

Women's Day — a time in the spring 
when coeds gather en masse to view 
the latest in fashions and to listen 
to a noted woman speaker. On this 
day femininity reigns and it’s "la¬ 
dies first.” 



298 












Time Out for Mothers 


A tea so that two thousand mothers 
may say that they shook hands with 
President French; A Songfest with 
D.G.’s, Phi Sigs, and Wilmer and Vets 
taking top honors — all this and the 
coronation of the May Queen so that 
the mothers might be royally enter¬ 
tained. Forget about studies, mother’s 
here. 




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The climax to four years of study and 
learnings, a gradual changing of the 
freshman beanie for the black robe and 
the mortar board, the handing-out of 
the time-honored diplomas — gradua¬ 
tion. Where did the time go? There 
were so many things to do and courses 
to take that you never got around to. 
Suddenly this college that everyone 
talks about is over. Finis. 





















The Climax 













The Race 


The race is on, only it's a new race. No 
longer the formal race for knowledge, it’s 
the race for the diploma to see who will 
exchange the blank piece of paper for the 
real thing. Masters’ degrees, Bachelors’ de¬ 
grees, and even Doctors’ degrees — their 
holders all join the crowd that converges 
on Bohler Gymnasium. Contrast — the so¬ 
lemnity of the Graduate Pledge and the 
track-like sprint for the degree. 


























LAURA 

CHEATHAM, 

President 


Alpha Chi Omega 



ROW 1: 
Shan Beck 
Janet Belcher 
Judy Blakely 
Bobbie Burke 
Jean Burrus 


ROW 2: 

Donna Carlsberg 
Laura Cheatham 
Marilyn Chisholm 
Marilyn Coccione 
Arden Coe 


ROW 3: 

April Downing 
Billie Dyer 
Diane Ekstran 
Linda Faulkner 
Pam Fisk 
Maddy Fitzgerald 
Barbara George 


ROW 4: 
Mike Glenn 
Sharon Graves 
Norma Haring 
Carole Hickey 
Jeanne Howe 
Mary Iverson 
Carolyn Jensen 


ROW 5: 

Molly Jones 
Nancy Karvonen 
Dorothy Kernwein 
Mary Ann 
Kernwein 
Sandra Lyda 
Kay Mrachek 
Mary Ann 
Renbarger 


ROW 6: 
Sandy Roffler 
Carol Rogel 
Judy Sanders 
Jean Schwartz 
Marilee Shaw 
Judy Shoemaker 
Barb Stelzel 


ROW 7: 

Judy Strong 
Dee Weissenborn 
Becky Werkau 
Barbara Wilson 
Nancy Wright 
Judy Yeend 
Marge Youngquist 


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NANCY BELL, 
President 


Alpha Delta Pi 


ROW 1: 
Joan Baggott 
Pat Belcourt 
Nancy Bell 
Nancy Belsby 


ROW 2: 
Kay Blain 
Carole Blymer 
Joy Bodrak 
Jo Brunson 


ROW 3: 
Gretchen Collins 
Virginia Godfrey 
Crowe 

Bobbi Dunning 
Sharon Ferguson 
Carolee Hanson 
Mardel Hicks 


ROW 4: 
Barbara Hill 
Beverlee Hill 
Kathie Kupers 
Janice Magnuson 
Melinda Morris 
Judy Oare 


ROW 5: 

Jan L. Ostlund 
Connie Palmer 
Jill Penwarden 
Mary Ann Peterson 
Lynda Ross 
Karon Sessions 


ROW 6: 
Jerilyn Sparks 
Vayla Taylor 
Bonnie Wilson 
Alice Woodworth 



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Alpha Gamma Delta 



VELMA LOVE, 
President 


ROW 1: 
Jackie Aamot 
Sheri Alverson 
Beverly Bain 
Kathy Barbo 


ROW 2: 

Corinne Campbell 
Pat Crady 
Chris Davis 
Karen Dull 


ROW 3: 
Chris Fisher 
Fran Forray 
Yvonne Foy 
Rosalyn Hill 
Marilyn Holert 
Kay Irwin 
Mary Jo 
Kerschbaum 


ROW 4: 

Carol Kilgore 
Georgene 
Kirkpatrick 
Jo Ann LaFollette 
Diana Leininger 
Velma E. Love 
Mary Madson 
Carolyn Martin 


ROW 5: 

Carol Maskrod 
Robin Maynard 
Barb McQueen 
Carole Mullen 
Carol Overstreet 
Janice Overstreet 
Judy Ransom 


ROW 6: 

Donna Rosenquist 
Ruth Rudd 
Marjorie Schenk 
Pat Schindler 
Judy Strausz 
Carol Lynn Toll 
Glenda Tull 


ROW 7: 

Mary Kay Wilson 
Wendy Zirbel 
Margo Zwicker 




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Alpha Phi 


PATTI HOFER, 
President 


ROW 1: 

Sandi Allison 
Brooke Anderson 
Artie Jo Blanchard 
Denise Bogle 


ROW 2: 
Sharon Buzard 
Nancy Collins 
Sharon Courrier 
Margie Di Luzio 


ROW 3: 
Marilyn Durrett 
Gwen Eslick 
Vicki Farver 
Judy Ferguson 
Dee Field 
Teddi Finholm 
Marilyn Fish 


ROW 4: 

Sylvia Fredrickson 
Joan Harrison 
Mary Ann Ha thorn 
Christine H^auff 
Patti Hofer 
Linda Jensen 
Jonelyn Johnson 


ROW 5: 

Kathy Johnson 
Barbara Lawson 
Joan Lazor 
Barbara Lee 
Linda Lingbloom 
Marilyn Mason 
Carol Miller 


ROW 6: 
Karen Miller 
Arlene Myhre 
Patricia O Dell 
Joan Peterson 
Judy Reilly 
Loal Saldin 
Sarah Seyster 


ROW 7: 

April Squier 
Joyce Stockdale 
Judy Streib 
Barbara Strickland 
Barb Stump 
Barb Taylor 
Linda Tessman 


ROW 8: 
Nancy Weiss 
Anne Weston 
Blythe Wright 
Judy Young 
Lowella Young 
Susan Zeran 



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Chi Omega 



JACKIE 

DEERING, 

President 

ROW 1: 

Linda Adams 
Bonnie Bailey 
Sally Berger 
Geraldine Bloom 
Jacqueline K. 
Deering 


ROW 2: 
Joanne Ekenes 
Joanne Fetzer 
JoAnne Gettles 
Wendy Goble 
Karen Gustafson 


ROW 3: 
Frances Hansel 
Karen Jacobson 
Charlotte Jansen 
Margaret Jones 
Linda Keck 
Lyndal Kennedy 
Virgie Knutsen 


ROW 4: 

Linda Laitinen 
Sondra Lindley 
Judy Main 
Jill McCall 
Marilyn 
McConaghy 
Lorelee McGinness 
Suzi Mead 


ROW 5: 
Jeanita Merritt 
Marilyn Merz 
Sharon Minice 
Shirley Moore 
Norma Nelson 
Ginger Pollard 
Merry Beth 
Pollard 


ROW 6: 

Lois Pratt 
Susan Rhodes 
Marilyn Root 
Sharon Stranger 
Lulubelle Sweat 
Judy Anne Sybrant 
Irene Tenning 


ROW 7: 

Virginia Traverso 
Jean Vanderwal 
Katie Wagner 
Jean Waldrip 
Jan Weber 
Donna Whitney 


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Coman 


ALENE 

JOHNSON, 

President 

ROW 1: 

Ora Lee Ault 
Carolyn Baken 
Ruth Baker 


ROW 2: 
Janice Baugh 
Harriett Beard 
Donna Belknap 


ROW 3: 
Roberta Bissett 
Mikel Brehm 
Judy Brunson 
Bonnie Brymer 
Sally Buitenveld 
Judy Burns 


ROW 4: 

Janice Causey 
Nora Christiansen 
Susan Chrysler 
Pat Cloherty 
Judy Conrad 
Judy Craig 


ROW 5: 

Mary C. Crockett 
Linda Croll 
Anna Cross 
Anne Dahlin 
Daphne Davis 
Paula Dille 


ROW 6: 
Marjorie Dilley 
Carolyn Enstrom 
Grace Ewing 
Lani Fariss 
Becky Flanagan 
Julia Fogelstedt 



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Coman 





ROW 1: 
Barbara Freese 
Suzanne Fritts 
Bev Gebhard 
Kathy Genardine 
Dianne Glover 
Clara Gluth 


ROW 2: 
Maribeth Grey 
Judy Harden 
Betty Haugen 
Jackie Hendrickson 
Janet Hobbs 
Barbara Hubal 


ROW 3: 

Gail Huntley 
Peggy Jackson 
Marlene Jacobson 
Karen James 
Arlene Janosky 
Alene Johnson 


ROW 4: 

Carol Johnson 
Georgene Johnson 
Madeline Johnson 
Judy Kauffman 
Kay Koski 
Marilyn Krause 


ROW 5: 
Pauline Larson 
Linda LaVigne 
Suzanne May Leu 
Linda J. Lewis 
Vivien Lewis 
Tanya Livie 


ROW 6: 

Marilyn Maloy 
Sue McCleneghan 
Diane McTighe 
Mimi Meier 
Joan Meisenholder 
J udy Michaels 


ROW 7: 

Janet Mitchell 
Janet Moore 
Laurine Morrison 
Janet Neese 


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Coman 


ROW 1: 

Martha Norman 
Sharon Northridge 
Susan Peters 
Carolyn Peterson 
Ann Peyton 
Pat Polinsky 


ROW 2: 

Sally G. Pritchett 
Lois Richards 
Diana Roberts 
Barbara Roth 
Sharon Schaffert 
Sally Seaman 


ROW 3: 
Sandy Shaver 
Marilyn Shippey 
Sarah Silliman 
Bonnie Simmons 
Diane Simon 
Judi Si vers 


ROW 4: 
Sondra Spark 
Joan Stafford 
Flora Stendal 
Marilyn Stevens 
Susan Storrs 
Sally Sundstrom 


ROW 5: 

Michaele Thomas 
Sylvia Thomason 
Helen 

Van Dewerker 
Marta Varco 
Val Veirs 
Gwen Vincent 


ROW 6: 

Nancy Vlahovich 
Marilyn Waldron 
Rosanne Walter 
Anne Wegner 
Sharon Williams 
Shelly Williamson 


ROW 7: 

Gretchen Wonders 
Melanie Wood 
Marilyn Worley 



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Community 



PAT SWANSON, 
President 


ROW 1: 

Linda Andres 
Sandra Backman 
Colleen Bates 


ROW 2: 
Suzan Bechard 
Gisela Borch 
Kay Botts 


ROW 3: 

Sally Carroll 
Dianne Conner 
Carol Dietrich 
Helen Dixon 
Kathleen Dunagan 
Martha Edwards 


ROW 4: 

Margaret Ellingson 
Patty Ellis 
Dorothy Frost 
Nancy Gaspard 
Judy Gibson 
Judy Grafious 


ROW 5: 

Diane Greco 
Bobbie Green 
Nancy Greenway 
Mary Hansen 
Barbara Hanson 
Kathleen Harris 


ROW 6: 

Nancy Honn 
Wendy Hook 
Sharon Huard 
Margaret Jacobsen 
Jan Jamar 
Marilyn Johnson 


ROW 7: 

Janet E. Kemmer 
Karen Kiefer 
Pat La May 
Gayle E. Larson 
Carolyn Leach 
Cathy Loftus 


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Community 


HOW 1: 

Gloria Lucas 
Judy Manos 
Nina Matthews 
Joyce McCoy 
Jean McCrimmon 
Patricia Mclrvin 
Joyce Miller 


HOW 2: 
Kathy Muehsam 
Lorn a Newby 
Sandra Nichols 
Noreen O Mera 
Linda Orness 
Carol Pearson 
Eriann Pearson 


ROW 3: 
Patricia Peters 
Marian Phillips 
Pauline Prather 
Sharon Price 
Deanna Rausch 
Janet Reid 
Sara Sue Reynolds 


ROW 4: 
Norma Rider 
Jackie Riner 
Kayanne Ringo 
Karla Robbie 
Myrna Roloff 
Joy Rubado 
Carol Schmidt 


ROW 5: 
Carole Schuster 
Betty Sears 
Barbara Sisson 
Ona Sjostrom 
Karen Snook 
Carole Sondrud 
Cammie Spanjer 


ROW 6: 

Annette Stender 
Joann L. Stone 
Donna Swanson 
Eleanor Swanson 
Pat Swanson 
Inez Thompson 
Suzanne Thompson 


ROW 7: 
Ruth Webb 
Joanne Woolf 
Karen West 



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Davis 



JULIE 

DRUMMOND, 

President 

ROW 1: 

Geraldine Anderson 
Georgette Anderson 
Lianne Arnstein 
Kay Axtell 


ROW 2: 
Carol Baeder 
Eva Bakkila 
Joyce Barker 
Gail Bjerke 


ROW 3: 

Judy Blair 
Marjorie Bouchard 
Marlene Broeckel 
Ann Br,undage 
Gertie Burton 
Lynn Bush 
Carol Chouinard 


ROW 4: 

Mavis Christian 
Gloria Christianson 
Judy Christopher 
Linda Claussen 
Louise Conant 
Nancy Conrad y 
Shirley Cook 


ROW 5: 

Nancy Cotton 
Truda Craddock 
Sandra Cummins 
Donna Dacy 
Joanne Davis 
Kathleen Delany 
Barbara Doty 


ROW 6: 
Sharon Dreger 
Jean Duemling 
Carol Foster 
Virginia Franklin 
Judy Gradwohl 
Donna Grimes 
Jackie Harting 


ROW 7: 
Sharon Hawkins 
Donna Hecker 
Barbara Hegman 
Doris Hartman 
Sharon Henkle 
Bobbi Hillis 
Caroline Hilty 


ROW 8: 
Sally Hoit 
Kay Hunter 
Patricia Husa 
Linda Jensen 


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Davis 


ROW 1: 

Linda Johnson 
Jane Kennedy 
Kate Ker 
Juanita Kerns 
Leanne Korsgaard 
Jeanne Kunz 
Christine Laib 


ROW 2: 
Gwena Langeloh 
Sharon Lee 
Joyce Leitz 
Carol Leschner 
Orene Little 
Peggy Long 
Minnette Lueber 


ROW 3: 

Linda McDevitt 
Alyce McKay 
Jeannette McRae 
Lois Meyer 
Kris Mikalson 
Lois Mitchell 
Janice Mollet 


ROW 4: 
Eleanor Mork 
Sandra Mosby 
Marilyn Murphy 
Sandy Neilson 
Doris Nelson 
Nicki Nicholas 
Pat O’Brien 


ROW 5: 

Phyllis Osterloh 
Janice Overman 
Patricia Palmer 
Priscilla Pedersen 
Nancy Pierson 
Luedd Pratt 
Karen Prescott 


ROW 6: 
Sieglinde Regel 
Helen Reilly 
Janice Reinbold 
Deanna Richardson 
Suzanne Scanlan 
Beverly Scenefeld 
Nadine Schmauder 


ROW 7: 

Nancy Schmauder 
Carol Schneider 
Sandra Jo Schultz 
Marlene Scordan 
Clara Skansie 
Sandra Snitily 
Charlotte Stevens 


ROW 8: 
Diane Straley 
Marg Tiffany 
Nancy Warwick 



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Delta Delta Delta 


MARY WIGEN, 
President 


ROW 1: 

Janice Aaring 
Dana Alsworth 
Kay Ambrose 
Arlene E. Anderson 


ROW 2: 

Arlene M. Anderson 
Mardith Ashe 
Carol Benine 
Sherry Brandt 


ROW 3: 
Judy Buess 
Jean Cornelius 
Camy Crane 
Deanna Dillon 
Linda Ebersole 
Carol Fairburn 
Carin Fenton 


ROW 4: 

Cheryl Fulton 
Kay Ganson 
Sue Holderness 
Irene Kievat 
Trish Kissler 
Dorothy Knoblock 
Penny Langeloh 


ROW 5: 
Cecile Langevin 
Patty Lees 
Nan Livesay 
Barb Manville 
Donna McGill 
Kay McMillan 
Valerie Million 


ROW 6: 
Sheila Mullen 
Shelley Reno 
Jeannine Roos 
Rita Schindler 
Juli Schmitt 
Marilyn Selves 
Jeri Smith 


ROW 7: 

Barrie Sulgrove 
Sheila Synnestvedt 
Mary Walsh 
Brenda West 
Linda Whitbeck 
Mary Wigen 











Delta Gamma 


BETTY JEAN 

GOTHAM, 

President 

ROW 1: 

Sarah Aldrich 
Margit Anderson 
Linda Bauer 
Linda Beckett 
Anastasia Bethani 


ROW 2: 
Tovi Bohlke 
Janie Booker 
Sharon Brandt 
Bertella Burke 
Sandy Cruver 


ROW 3: 

Ruth Dahlstrom 
Sandra Day 
Joan Erickson 
Janet Fogle 
Carol Furness 
Sue Gibson 
Joanna Goodner 


ROW 4: 

Betty Jean Gotham 
Pat Hall 
Sharon Hall 
Sharon Hamm 
La Nelle Honaker 
Gardner Johnson 
Toni Kertson 


ROW 5: 

Wendy Lester 
Lucile Lugenbeel 
Claire McCurdy 
Ginger McNaught 
Dorothy Mock 
Gini Moore 
Mona Nye 


ROW 6: 

Jackie Okoren 
Pat Radforth 
Donna Robinson 
Katie Schiessl 
Karen Schwisow 
Dottie Shank 
Sherry Smith 


ROW 7: 

Sandra Stafford 
Shirley Stephenson 
Judy Swanson 
Jan Vander Staay 
Linda Wilson 
Peggy Yates 
Barbara Young 



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WILMA 

LOUDON, 

President 

HOW 1: 
Suzanne Adams 
Lynne Aldrich 
Linda Anderson 
Marsha Anderson 


ROW 2: 
Louina Belaire 
Molly Blew 
Lynn Borg 
Sharon Buchan 


ROW 3: 
Sharon Burgess 
Beverly Carlsen 
Judith Carr 
Karen Colcock 
Bobbi Sue 
Culbertson 
Carmi Cummings 
Mary Davis 


ROW 4: 
Linda Day 
Roberta Dods 
Pat Flaherty 
Priscilla Fuller 
Diane Gilby 
Sandy Glenn 
Linda Grimseth 


ROW 5: 
Dianne Hall 
Sara Harpster 
Jan E. Helphrey 
Karen Hite 
Karen Hougan 
Linda Hyatt 
Judy Johnson 


ROW 6: 

Linda Johnson 
Linda Lou Johnson 
Lori Johnson 
Diana Jones 
Marilyn 
Karlenberg 
Dyan Kayser 
Ina Kerr 


ROW 7: 

Annetta K. 

Kikendall 
Joan Killgore 
Joane Lautermilch 
Wilma Loudon 


Duncan Dunn 














Duncan Dunn 


ROW 1: 

Karen Layton 
Stella Learnard 
Joan Liebert 
Hazel J. 

Masonholder 
Betty Matheson 
Margaret Matthews 
Susan McDonald 


ROW 2: 

Sandra McNeill 
Mary McPeak 
Marylee McRevey 
Rosalyn McRevey 
Charlotte 
Montgomery 
Becky Mussetter 
Karen Nelson 


ROW 3: 
Beverly Newton 
Laurel Nichols 
Nancy Niles 
Diane Nordby 
Sue Oldfield 
Cynthia Olmstead 
Heather Ann 
Pearson 


ROW 4 : 

Gail Peterson 
Sydney Phelps 
Nancy Ramsey 
Sally Randall 
Joan Renneberg 
Roberta Richey 
Ginny Robillard 


ROW 5: 

Judy Saindon 
Suzanne Savitz 
Linda Scott 
Ann Smith 
Marilyn Smith 
Sandy Smith 
Barbara Spencer 


ROW 6: 

Chris Stine 
Kay Tallmadge 
Bernie Term 
Geraldine A. 

Thompson 
Susan Torkelson 
Lorna Tweed t 
Carol Weaver 


ROW 7: 
Helga Williams 
Bonnie Wilson 
Gwen Woods 



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■ mm 




JUDY ERDAHL, 
President 


ROW 1: 
Judy Allen 
Jean Andersen 
Judi Andersen 


ROW 2: 
Sonja Anderson 
Betty Baker 
Mardine Baker 


ROW 3: 
Sindra Barnhard 
Marjorie Barrett 
Jane Bevington 
Ann Blackmore 
Ruth Blake 
Phyllis Bordwell 


ROW 4: 

Winifred Breakey 
Kathy Bruce 
Gene Canque 
Judy Casey 
Anita Cox 
Janice Dakers 


ROW 5: 

Joyce Deakin 
Dorothy De Jong 
Barbara Douglas 
Marilynn Edelman 
Henrietta Eisses 
Bev Eller 


ROW 6: 
Barbara Elsbury 
Barbara Emerson 
Judy Erdahl 
Nancy Erstrom 
Marilee Green 
Ann Hagen 


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ROW 1: 

Janet Halsey 
Merrily Hammons 
Christine Hansen 
Lavonne Hanson 
Karen Harbord 
Silva Harvey 


ROW 2: 
Julie Haun 
Betty Helander 
Anna Hill 
Carolyn Hill 
Marlene 
Hollenback 
Nancy Hood 


ROW 3: 
Norma Ike 
Pat Ike 
Linda Ingham 
Judy Jackson 
Linda Kildahl 
Rosalind 

Kowalkowski 


ROW 4: 

Sue Lambeth 
Louise Le Pere 
Mona Lissa 
Judy Littlefield 
Margaret Love 
Cynthia Lucas 


ROW 5: 

Dee Manning 
Karen Martinson 
Gwynn Maryott 
Marjorie 
McConaughy 
Judy McKay 
Carol McLean 


ROW 6: 

Susan Meade 
Anne Mildon 
Marilyn Myatt 
Trudy Nelson 
Susan Nicholson 
Sharon Odegard 



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ROW 1: 

Lana Orr 
Barbara Peterson 
Charlotte Peterson 
Janice Peterson 
Nancy Pittenger 
Beverly Rediske 


ROW 2: 

Joan Riddle 
Pat Ring 
Darla Saboe 
Christie Seefried 
Kay Smith 
Sharon Sommers 


ROW 3: 
Sharon Sonnek 
Joanne Sorenson 
Harlene Stacie 
Carol Steinke 
Sue Sutherland 
Gail Thompson 


ROW 4: 

Lana Townsend 
Dorothy Tucker 
Georgia 

Umphenour 
Vicki Virgil 
Janice Wagner 
Doravin Weston 


ROW 5: 

Marilyn Sue 
Wheeler 
Mary Williams 
Diane Wilson 
Rosalie Wolden 
Kay Wood 
Linda Wriglesworth 


ROW 6: 
Stevie York 
Linda Yoshioka 


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Gamma Phi Beta 


TWILA 

HOKANSON, 

President 

ROW 1: 
Gwen Baldwin 
Judy Bartos 
Jesslyn Burdick 
Judy Cameron 
Jo Cayanus 


ROW 2: 
Roberta Elmore 
Donna Evans 
Marlene Evans 
Margo Farrish 
Suzanne Fisher 


ROW 3: 

Shirley Floathe 
Gretchen Galer 
Carol Giboney 
Suzanne Haggblom 
Judy Hendrickson 
Twila Hokanson 
Georganne Jackman 


ROW 4: 
Anita Johnson 
Gail Manley 
Mary Maynard 
Betty McCorkle 
Lea McPhee 
Patti Meves 
Joanne Meyer 


ROW 5: 
Dianne Olson 
Nonie Pengelly 
Ann Pickard 
Priscilla Pipe 
Judith Rees 
Anne Ripley 
Mary Ann Rygg 


ROW 6: 

Ann Schulthess 
Marion Snell 
Jane Stwart 
Mary Ellen Stone 
Eileen Stoneroad 
Linda Strege 
Jean Svinth 


ROW 7: 
Elinor Tousley 
Joan Vasgaard 
Louise Vik 
Gail Warnell 
Becky Whybark 
Donna Wieland 



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Kappa Alpha Theta 



JANET 

SCHUSTER, 

President 

ROW 1: 

Kathy Bamford 
Gail Batterman 
Shirley Brizendine 
Donna Kay 

Buboltz 
Robin Cameron 

ROW 2: 

Susan Coffin 
Carole Eardley 
Kay Erickson 
Carolyn Farmer 
Irene Grady 


ROW 3: 

Judie Haberman 
Diane Harkness 
Maralyn Harris 
Leilia Haugen 
Lu Ann Haugen 
Joanne Henning 
Barbara Henry 


ROW 4: 

Kathy Henry 
Julie Herrington 
Marilyn Johnson 
Georgia Kloostra 
Donna Kludt 
Carol Lemon 
Linda Lewis 


ROW 5: 

Gretchen Mathers 
Janet McEachern 
Anne Meyer 
Connie Morgan 
Madge Myklebust 
Margie Neill 
Richi Ormsby 


ROW 6: 

Gene Rebillard 
Anne Ritzheimer 
Glenna Roberts 
Patty Salisbury 
J anet Schuster 
Carol Shannon 
Louise Skotdal 


ROW 7: 

Jo Storch 
Marilyn Todd 
Roberta Tonn 
Jeanne Whitehouse 
Rickie Wiggin 
Mary Windnagle 
Marge Zuger 


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JANET DRAGOO, 
President 


Kappa Delta 


ROW 1: 
Darlene Abbott 
Ann Bacon 
Linda Barmuta 
Leona Barnhart 


ROW 2: 

Kay Bennion 
Joanna Castle 
Carolee Clodius 
Doyne Cottom 


ROW 3: 
Sandy Cupp 
Jeri Dodge 
Janet Dragoo 
Sugar Duey 
Mary Epton 
Kathy Fowles 
Charlotte Fray 


ROW 4: 

Pat Grimes 
Andree Hofmeister 
Apryl Holm 
Rosemary Hood 
Mary Hood 
Janet Hopper 
Bobbi Kissling 


ROW 5: 

Judy Long 
Janice Lundy 
Janie Mauer 
Shawni McCall 
Kristy Meckelson 
Diane Moore 
Carolyn 

Newsch wander 


ROW 6: 

Sharon O’Kelly 
Carol Jean Renner 
Joan Elaine Renner 
Sandy Schalow 
Marian Schmidt 
Peggy Setzler 
Jeannette Stein 


ROW 7: 

Carolyn A. Wagner 
Terry Whiting 
Pat Woody 



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Kappa Kappa Gamma 



PATTY PENCE, 
President 


ROW 1: 

Anne Adams 
Earlyse Allen 
Linda Ayers 
Sandy Berglund 


ROW 2: 

Sharon Blomquist 
Sue Ellen Bready 
Pat Connell 
Sue Cooper 


ROW 3: 
Phyllis Dahlberg 
Gretchen Dunlap 
Lacey Ebbert 
Ann Fletcher 
Mary Forslund 
Willa Franzen 
Sue Gamon 


ROW 4: 

Sharon Garmo 
Barbara Giles 
Gail Gladder 
Frances Guthrie 
Carolyn Hamilton 
Sally Harris 
Jean Henry 


ROW 5: 

Denise Hildebrand 
Linda Hughbanks 
Abbie Johnson 
Nancy Johnson 
Karen Kennedy 
Dianne Kienow 
Margo King 


ROW 6: 

Polly Landt 
Sharon Lillywhite 
Frankie Lowell 
Sally Matthewson 
Ellen McDaniel 
Ann Morgan 
Paula Mowry 


ROW 7: 

Nancy Nalder 
Nancy Nethercutt 
Fran Osmers 
Patty Pence 
Judy Perring 
Dixie Ruark 
Ann Shaw 


ROW 8: 

Linda Shriver 
Ann Stinchfield 
Lynne Storey 
Sandra Travis 
Carolyn West 
Sharon Whitman 
Sandra Wood 


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McCroskey 


ROSEMARY 

MARTIN, 

President 

ROW 1: 

Ronnie Alexander 
Erma Beadles 
Sallie Bereiter 


ROW 2: 

Joanne Bradbury 
Rosalee Bratton 
Merilee Buck 


ROW 3: 
Judy Byers 
Claudette Clark 
Shirley Crouse 
Jo Ann Culver 
Cathy DeLuca 
Lonna Dolphin 


ROW 4: 

Paula Douglas 
Bonnie Duncan 
Carol Eng 
Christine Engstrom 
Sharon Evans 
Margaret Ferguson 


ROW 5: 

Joyce Fleckenstein 
Sheila Fraser 
Carolyn Gaudy 
Diana Gleason 
Julie Gongwer 
Carol Grossman 


ROW 6: 
Sharon Haskins 
Nancy Helander 
Jann Hemenway 
Carole Jacobsen 
Nancy Jameson 
Judi Joiner 


ROW 7: 
Dianne Jolin 
Linda Jones 
Sherry Kidd 
Carolyn Kirscher 
Cathy Lane 
Janice Lane 



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McCroskey 



ROW 1: 

Margaret Leonard 
Carolyn Lessig 
Judith Machiguchi 
Pam Martens 
Rosemary Martin 
Carolyn Mavity 


ROW 2: 

Virginia McCane 
Mary McManamy 
Sharon Moe 
Patricia Ness 
Helen Newton 
Beverly Noble 


ROW 3: 

Jeanette Okinaka 
Linda Palm 
Phyl Pattison 
Diane Pedersen 
Marlinda Pierce 
Joan Potts 


ROW 4: 
Marge Ragle 
Mary Rhodes 
Beverly Sands 
Sandra Sawyers 
Joanne Schultz 
Jan Siverly 


ROW 5: 

Ann Sommer 
Ann Sorensen 
Marie Sowinski 
Ellen Sundahl 
Sondra Sundstrom 
Kay Sutton 


ROW 6: 

Marilyn Sutton 
Sally Swett 
Brenda Tatro 
Shirley Thomassen 
Carol Thompson 
Jo Anne Uhacz 


ROW 7: 

Janet Van Winkle 
Ellen Waldo 
Rowen Walters 
Nancy Walton 
Beth Wiesen 
Janet Wolter 


328 




















Pi Beta Phi 


BETTY 

JOHNSON, 

President 

ROW 1: 
Barbara Allen 
Jill Amans 
Barbara Bafus 
Joan Baken 

ROW 2: 
Holly Barker 
Suzie Bates 
Carol Beckett 
Bonnie J. Berg 


ROW 3: 

Sue Berger 
Connie Blank 
Kaye Buchanan 
Janice Burke 
Carol Busch 
Evelyn O. Cartony 
Susan Crocker 


ROW 4: 

Sue Curran 
Susan Deck 
Lynne Edgerton 
Marlene Elduen 
Lynne Ellingson 
Hiltrud Haager 
Mary Lou Hay 


ROW 5: 

Ellen Hougland 
Christie Jochimsen 
Betty J. Johnson 
Pat Johnson 
Kathy Jones 
Susan Kelley 
Karen Kimzey 


ROW 6: 
Jennifer Knopf 
Carol Lee 
Vivienne Marlatt 
Judy Martin 
Nancy Mitchell 
Jane Patterson 
Kathy Quinn 


ROW 7: 

Melinda Rail 
Dixie Lee Schepper 
Sue Schnebly 
Linda Silzel 
Peggy Simpson 
Nancy Smallwood 
Jane Smith 


ROW 8: 
Bonnie Williams 
Gayle Williams 
Marilyn Wolfe 
Sally Ann Yoder 



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Regents Hill 



ARLENE NOEL, 
President 


ROW 1: 

Doris Ann Adams 
Beverly Allan 
Karen Aim 
Annette Althoff 


ROW 2: 

Cynthia Arbogast 
Mary Ardussi 
Kathy Arneson 
Jean Mary Arthaud 


ROW 3: 
Marlene Dale 
Ashley 
Carol Austin 
Arline Ann Averett 
Marcia Grace 
Bagley 

Barbara M. Bagley 
Gretchen Baker 
Nancy Baldwin 


ROW 4: 

Beatrice Banka 
Rosaly Bauer 
Glenda Lee Beam 
Andrea Bennett 
Johanna E. Benson 
Ann Bergstrom 
Joan Bohlke 


ROW 5: 
Maryan Breakey 
Cynthia Brislawn 
Beverly Brower 
Ilene Brown 
Joanne Brown 
Marcia Brown 
Rosemary Bruns 


ROW 6: 
Carla Buell 
Gerry Bunge 
Barbara Burke 
Carol Calhoun 
Alice Cameron 
Joy Campbell 
Shirley Cannon 


ROW 7: 

Jessie Carr 
Jean Chambers 
Elizabeth 
Chambers 
J’Ana Chew 
Linda Chromoga 
Sharon Claus 
Pat Clem 


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KAREN 

SCHMIDT, 

President 


Regents Hill 


ROW 1: 

Marnell Clement 
Barbara Clerc 
Faye Cochran 
Marilyn Coppins 


ROW 2: 
Mary Jo Corliss 
Betty Cotter 
Mary Kay Cox 
Miriam Cross 


ROW 3: 

Mary Ann Culshaw 
Joan D’Alessandro 
Leslie F. Davis 
Linda Dawson 
Gloria DeBritz 
Chris Deliganis 
Carole DeMatis 


ROW 4: 

Anne Doneen 
Barbara Eastling 
Vickie Ellis 
Judy End res 
Judy England 
Betty Ericksen 
Joanne Espeseth 


ROW 5: 
Darlene Estep 
Mary Ellen Evans 
Annette Flintoft 
Sharon Forth 
Kathleen Fosburg 
Donna Fox ton 
Liane Francis 


ROW 6: 

Kathy Fridell 
Sheila Gawne 
Norma Gettman 
Nancy Giarde 
Margaret Gilbreath 
Lorene Gilkey 
Betty Gizinski 


ROW 7: 
Kathleen Gowler 
Diane Greenwood 
Karen Grove 
Marie Gustafson 
Kay Gutemey 
Meta Halliday 
Mary Lou Hander 



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Regents Hill 



SjJ 


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ROW 1: 
Carolyn Hanson 
Sandra Harkema 
Margie Harris 
Lynn Harrison 
Dorothy Hayes 
Linda Heady 
Lanna Hebb 


ROW 2: 

Judy Hein 
Truth Henderson 
Marcia Herman 
Judy Hill 
Joanne Hixon 
Peggy Hodge 
Linda Hughes 


ROW 3: 

Beverly Irwin 
Marilyn Jackson 
Judy Jacobs 
Mary Ann Jacobson 
Nancy Jensen 
Ann Joy 
Toni Kemp 


ROW 4: 
Ruth Kendall 
Jerrie Kennedy 
Joan Kennedy 
Sharon Kinder 
Carlene King 
Nikki King 
Sally King 


ROW 5: 

Barbara Kirkwood 
Beverly Kirkwood 
Patsy Kloker 
Karen Krause 
Sondra Kuelper 
May Ann Kuhling 
Bonnie Kylen 


ROW 6: 
Mona Lake 
Carol Lamping 
Leanne Lampe 
Marjorie Larne 
Nancy Larson 
Susan Larson 
Loi Liddell 


ROW 7: 

Nellie Jo Lilley 
Angie Long 
Andrea Lorer 
Barbara Lothrop 
Judy Lowary 
Geraldine Hanson 
Christine Harder 


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Regents Hill 


ROW 1: 

Lois Lowary 
Ruth Lund 
Marianne Lynn 
Jean Madsen 
Rae Mahnkey 
Laurel Malley 
Arlene Marrone 


ROW 2: 

Charlene Marrone 
Sharon Marsden 
Sandra Maurer 
Sandra McCloud 
Sherry McElroy 
Geri McGonegal 
Karen McKee 


ROW 3: 

Louise McLenegan 
Thelma Meiners 
Sharon Melnyk 
Gerry Menear 
Linda Metke 
Penny Miller 
Sherry Miraldi 


ROW 4: 

Judy Mitchell 
Roselea Mooney 
Margaret Moores 
Beatrice Murata 
Sharon Natsuhara 
Sandy Naumchik 
Gloria Nelson 


ROW 5: 
Elizabeth Ness 
Cheryl Newland 
Laurel Nielson 
Jeri Nielson 
Arlene Noel 
Annette Nordine 
Sylvia Nordlund 


ROW 6: 

Peggy Norris 
Ginger Nyhus 
Elaine Olsen 
Dorothy Anne Olson 
Sharon Olsen 
Judy Olson 
Jan Ostby 


ROW 7: 
Nancy Ostby 
Gail Overbey 
Janae Parker 
Jeanne Patrick 
Beverly Pauli 
Diane Perkuhn 
Ann Hardisty 



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Regents Hill 








\ 

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y 

• 


HOW 1: 

Terry Peterson 
Jeanne Petherick 
Karen Pickett 
Linda Pierce 
Jane Plomasen 
Carole Porter 
Linda Porter 


ROW 2: 

Dee Preston 
Rozelin Prochaska 
J an Pugh 
Julia Puterbaugh 
Sue Rainwater 
Joann Marie 
Rasmussen 
Sherrie Rawlings 


ROW 3: 

Carol Ray 
Karen Reed 
Roberta Reed 
Judy Reese 
Christine Ritland 
Penny Rock 
Susan Rodman 


ROW 4: 
Sharon Roloff 
J udy Rose 
Lois Ross 
J udy Rothstrom 
Dee Schardt 
Marilyn Schliewe 
Karen Schmidt 


ROW 5: 

Marva Schoessler 
Jean Scott 
Carol Semler 
Sharon Shelman 
Dayle Shipley 
Arden Sills 
Meredith Slusser 


ROW 6: 

Julie Smith 
J udy Smith 
Mary Lee Smith 
Susie Smith 
Aurelle Smoot 
Judy Smoots 
Marlene Somers 


ROW 7: 
Diana Sorge 
Louise Spencer 
Sherry Spoor 
Anne Sprow 
Rosalie Stearns 
Barbara 

Steenbergen 
Janice Stehr 


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Regents Hill 


ROW 1: 
Janice Stewart 
Linda Stormo 
Val Straub 
Sara Stringham 
Sharon Strode 
Linda Stutz 
Barbara 

Summerville 


ROW 2: 

Mary Swanson 
Luada Swisher 
Lynn Tannehill 
Judy Tanke 
Kay Tarpenning 
Judy Taylor 
Freda Teitzel 


ROW 3: 

Kathy Thompson 
Mary Tillotson 
Karen Tollefsen 
Mary Ann Tranum 
Barbara Turner 
Karen Ullman 
Linda Vekich 


ROW 4: 

Bonnie Wall 
Donna Wallace 
Gail Wallingford 
Carol Ann Walter 
Judy Wannamaker 
Judy Ward 
Susan War nock 


ROW 5: 

Sally Webster 
Sharon Weis 
Susan Westcott 
Barbara White 
Linda White 
Darnell Wickenden 
Kay Wight 


ROW 6: 
Shirley Wight 
Sandie Willis 
Leah Wilmarth 
Ann Wilson 
Sandra Wilson 
Sandy R. Wilson 
Karen Winch 


ROW 7: 

Mary Winship 
Susan Wohld 
Sherry Workman 
Jackie Yarber 
Judy Yeo 
Gail Youngs 
Rosemary Zeigler 



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ROW 2: 

Judy Batten 
Nancy Baumgardt 
Diana Behm 


ROW 3: 
Deanna Blair 
Sue Boise 
Della Boy 
Toni Bradford 
Betty Breiten 


ROW 4: 
Barbara Brown 
Virginia Brown 
Carol Brubaker 
Midge Buck 
Penny Busche 


ROW 5: 
Martha Carter 
Cindy Chesley 
Midge Citron 
Susan Clayton 
Lao Crane 


ROW 6: 
Joan Crawford 
Merrily Crook 
Sharon Daly 
Brenda Damon 
Susan Dean 


Scott 


DONNA RAY, 
President 


ROW 1: 
Dianne Allred 
Betty Anderson 
Bonnie Bailey 






















Scott 


ROW 1: 

Mary Lynne 
Dedrick 

Gretchen DeYoung 
Geri Dickison 
Barbara Engelhardt 
Mary Failor 


ROW 2: 

Sandy Fosshage 
Gloria Frisch 
Sandy Gallemore 
Wendy Gay 
Patricia Gillio 


ROW 3: 

Judy Gorden 
Margaret Griffen 
Ruth Haworth 
Alma Henden 
Dian Henrich 


ROW 4: 

Katy 

Hollingsworth 
Karen Jo 
Holmquist 
Rita Hoots 
Lynn Howard 
Donna Ice 


ROW 5: 
Jeanie Jacklin 
Carol Kepner 
Nancy King 
Phebe King 
Karen Klement 


ROW 6: 

Betty Kloker 
Darlene Knopf 
Margaret 

Kringlebotten 
Marianne Kusaka 
Dianna Lengel 



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Scott 



ROW 1: 

Deanna Lindberg 
Jacquie Linder 
Juanita Linton 
Gail Logan 
Janet Long 


ROW 2: 
Susanne 

MacPherson 
Sue Major 
Karin Marsh 
Judy Mathis 
Sharon Maxwell 


ROW 3: 

Monita McClellan 
Karen McCutchan 
Shelby McMillan 
Carol McWilliams 
Marilu Mercer 


ROW 4: 

Janet Migaki 
Dee Miller 
Margo Monteiro 
Sandra Morris 
Barbara Morrison 


ROW 5: 

Pat Nilsen 
Fran 

Nonnenmacher 
Linda Norris 
Mary Olson 
Gale Pattie 


ROW 6: 
Peggy Piety 
Diane Pittman 
Parney Poore 
Darlene Ray 
Donna Ray 


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Scott 


ROW 1: 

Joan Reynolds 
Sally Romain 
Beverly Rowe 
Barbara Schwartz 
Margaret Shaffer 


ROW 2: 
Lynette Skaarup 
Susie Sokol 
Arlene Stapleton 
Lane Stevens 
Phyllis Struck 


ROW 3: 

Tracy Sunderland 
LaRhette Swann 
Janet Tate 
Lynda Taylor 
Bobbie Tee 


ROW 4: 

Teri Turbutt 
Carla VanDriel 
Marilyn Vinup 
Joanne Wagner 
Julie Warfield 


ROW 5: 

Rita White 
Kathy Whitson 
Donna Whittlesey 
Mary Ann 
Wicklund 
Sandra Lee Wilson 


ROW 6: 
Isobel Woods 
Nancy Wright 
Pat Yarno 
Carolyn Ziebell 



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MARADEL 

KHUMMEL, 

President 


Sigma Kappa 



ROW 1: 
Sue Ahlquist 
Karen Balsley 
Bonnie Birch 
Jean Blakeley 


ROW 2: 
Carolyn 

Brewington 
Deb Burrell 
Phyle Calkins 
Margie Conrad 


ROW 3: 

Kay Copps 
Cathie Corkrum 
Karla Eckrem 
Irene Espinoza 
Mary Ewing 
Sheryl Fred 
Elsie Gill 
Judy Graham 


ROW 4: 

Gloria Guess 
Gail Guggenbickler 
Nancy Hall 
Judy Hannukaine 
Sandra Hayes 
Barbara Hesse 
Moira Josefina 
Hogg 


ROW 5: 

Lael Kiefer 
Maradel Krummel 
Nancy Kuhn 
Pat LafTerty 
Betty Martin 
Cathey McCoun 
Debbie McCoy 


ROW 6: 

Marjorie Middleton 
Nancy Norris 
Judy Pratt 
Carolyn Priest 
Dorothy Salsbery 
Sue Scotti 
Lynne Soley 


ROW 7: 

Sandy Thompson 
Ruth 

Vallandingham 
Barbara Wallace 
Judy West 
Sharalin Winquist 


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Stevens 


JANET 

CARLSON, 

President 

ROW 1: 

Julie Aaring 
Margaret Atkins 
Janey Baker 
Pam Baker 


ROW 2: 
Cathleen Bates 
Carol Bayne 
Colette Berube 
Joanne Bingham 


ROW 3: 
Gayle Brines 
Bobbye Buik 
Kathy Burke 
Toni Burnham 
Janet Carlson 
Karen Carlson 


ROW 4: 

Diane Catling 
Susan Chisholm 
Sharon Coif 
Janice Colyar 
Lois Crawford 
Carol Crumpacker 


ROW 5: 
Carole Dale 
Phyllis DeMarco 
Joan Downing 
Ginger Dunn 
Delona Fassero 
Lael Furlong 


ROW 6: 

Cathy Gibson 
Connie Goldfinch 
Linda Grell 
Martha Hart 
Euritha Headrick 
Kris Healy 


ROW 7: 

Ebeth Henson 
Karen Howe 
Jennie James 
Linda Kerstetter 
Sandra Kittinger 
Marilyn Kjelland 



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Stevens 



ROW 1: 

Mary Krause 
Melrene Larson 
Dee Lehman 
Yarleen Lofgren 
Sandy McKinstry 
Merry Meek 


ROW 2: 

Beverly Milam 
Edith Miles 
Meredith Murdock 
Twink Norman 
Sharon Pool 
Nancy Reinell 


ROW 3: 
Linda Seaton 
Jan Sessler 
Jean Skylstad 
Vicki Smith 
Kay Southworth 
Loree Strand 


ROW 4: 

Linda Suryan 
Kiane Te trick 
Jerrilynn 
Thompson 
Judy Venema 
Anita Verdick 
Barbara VonBracht 


ROW 5: 

Eline Wall 
Judi Warren 
Margie Weidner 
Marie Weiss 
Carol Whittle 
Judy Widmer 


ROW 6: 
Joan Woodruff 


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Wilmer 


AUDREY EGGE, 
President 


ROW 1: 

Nancy Bauer 
Barbara Blandford 
Dorthy Boyd 
Nancy Brager 


ROW 2: 

June Bundy 
Frances Burger 
Beryl Butler 
Jacqueline Clow 


ROW 3: 

Susan Coombs 
Carolyn Corsmo 
Diane Dapper 
Grace Delaney 
Kay Delaney 
Kathleen Dennis 
Betty Derkland 


ROW 4: 
Audrey Egge 
Judy Ferguson 
Wynne Rae Fink 
Karen Finley 
Dina Fonda 
Dianne Forsberg 
Janice Giese 


ROW 5: 

Carol Grabner 
Judith Guay 
Alice Hackmann 
Ginnie Hanel 
Katie Harrop 
Carol Heinbaugh 
Alice Herres 


ROW 6: 

Kay Honsinger 
Linda Jamison 
Lynda Jones 
Pat Jurgensen 
Karen Kale 
Joan Kibbe 
Norma Kinch 


ROW 7: 
Cherrill 
Kirkpatrick 
Ellen Kolppa 
Sharry Krom 
Mary Jo Leathers 
Lois Lyall 
Sue Marthens 
Jennifer McCabe 



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Wilmer 



ROW 1: 
Sharon McCoy 
Ennis Megan 
Sue Michaelsen 
Micky Miller 
Darlene Mills 
J udy Moore 
Tonia Morrison 


ROW 2: 

Sylvia Mueller 
Carole Onstot 
Virginia Pauley 
Mary Louise 
Pickens 

Marybeth Poch 
Becky Potthoff 
Carol Ann Powell 


ROW 3: 
Patsy Pracna 
Terry Randall 
Mary Reed 
Joyce Reichl 
Marjie Rich 
Bev Riley 
Yvonne Roark 


ROW 4: 
Darlene Ruble 
Sandy Russell 
Mary Beth Ryan 
Betty Schreiber 
Arlene Shanks 
Judy Simpson 
Paula Skoog 


ROW 5: 

Sue Slater 
Lynda Smith 
Sylvia Stelzer 
Iona Stenhouse 
Judy Stover 
Sheila Strauss 
Patricia Stroops 


ROW 6: 

Diane Taber 
Carolyn Takahashi 
Joyce Uhacz 
Carol Ullock 
Mary Vermillion 
Judy Webb 
Gretchen 
Wiedemann 


ROW 7: 

Barbara Williams 
Diane Witherow 
Joann Wright 
Mary Wyborney 
Diana Zink 


344 
























































Acacia 



WALT WINDUS 
President 


ROW 1: 

Craig Akishin 
Rodney Alg 
Gerald Anderson 
James Beck 


ROW 2: 

Bryan Bremner 
Steve Bronson 
Dave Brown 
Duane Cavanaugh 


ROW 3: 
William Cousins 
Jeff Craggs 
John Drew 
Jack Ewing 
Vernon Gustafson 
James Hadley 


ROW 4: 

David Hayes 
Per Hilmo 
Gary Hogue 
Lynn Johnson 
Dale Kjack 
Donald Knowles 


ROW 5: 
John Mitchell 
Gregg Nelson 
Roy Nelson 
Delmar Norris 
Mike Parris 
Dee Riendeau 


ROW 6: 

Karl Smith 
Arthur Sutton 
Vernon Towne 
Victor Verling 
Wesley Wagner 
Kenneth Weldin 


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Alpha Gamma Rho 


BILL WIDMAN 
President 


HOW 1: 

Joe Ackerman 
Don Almy 
Fred Andrews 
Bob Badham 
Alan Bargmeyer 


HOW 2: 

Bradford Berry 
Lanny Bleckschmirt 
Leonard Campbell 
Greg Click 
Dan Coonrad 


ROW 3: 
Larry Coppock 
Dave Dickson 
Jerry Draggoo 
Bart Duff 
Reinhold Engel 
Gordon Ensign 
Jim Fogg 


ROW 4: 

Jim Fox 
Ron George 
Bob Gordon 
Jeff Huntington 
Doyle Jacklin 
Leroy Jacques 
Don Lybecker 


ROW 5: 

Bill Lyman 
Dave McBeth 
Darol Williams 
Dennis Montgomery 
Del Orchard 
Bob Penny 
Les Perry 


ROW 6: 

John Allan Richter 
Roger Rothrock 
Dave Schodde 
Doug Smith 
Dan Stewart 
Dallas Thompson 
Mike Thorne 


ROW 7: 
MarkTollett 
Wallace Vog 
Allen Wesselius 
Bill Widman 
Jack Woerner 
Harry Yamamoto 



347 


















Alpha Kappa Lambda 



GARY TYE 
President 


ROW 1: 

John B. Barber 
Bradley Boekemohle 


ROW 2: 
Larry Burch 
Gerald Carr 


ROW 3: 

Neal Cheldelin 
Dave Jeffrey 
Ned Jenne 
Charles Johnson 
Haley Lake 


ROW 4: 

Rick Lindburg 
James Main 
Glenn Michael 
Larry Nolet 
Daniel Robinson 


ROW 5: 
Dave Schindele 
Gary Tye 
Art Tyrrell 
Dean Walker 
David Webber 


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DICK HOWARD 

President 


Alpha Tau Omega 


ROW 1: 

Bill Anderson 
Mike Armstrong 
Jerry Betts 


ROW 2: 
Dave Brazeal 
Bill Church 
Joe Davis 


ROW 3: 
Gary Dodge 
Tom Dodge 
John Egbert 
Bruce Groves 
Bruce Hatch 
Stan Hatch 


ROW 4: 
Gary Hershey 
Dick Howard 
Joel Jern 
Denny Jones 
Mike Leffel 
Mike Lucas 


ROW 5: 

Mike Lust 
Darrell Matthews 
Jack Maxwell 
Edgar May 
LaMar Miller 
John Phillips 


ROW 6: 

Dick Pierson 
Bob Puckett 
Mike Rihm 
Oscar Ringness 
Tom Robideaux 
Dale Siegmund 


ROW 7: 

Rich Stipe 
Ronald Stipe 
Larry Sweet 
Michael Szymczak 
Gene Thomas 
A1 Zantop 



349 



























Beta Theta Pi 



ROSS RICHARDS 

President 


ROW 1: 

Dick Anderson 
Ron Anderson 
Steve Bell 
Bill Berry 
Bruce Buchanan 


ROW 2: 

Tom Buchanan 
Bob Burton 
William Cook 
Dave Crossland 
Mike Drew 


ROW 3: 

Bruce Ellingson 
Doug Ensminger 
Jim Felber 
Nick Frucci 
Rich Haldi 
Bob Hayes 
Jack Hendrickson 


ROW 4: 

Bob Hilden 
Del Jones 
Ed Joneschild 
Rick Judy 
Ed Kennedy 
Mike Mansfield 
Chris Marker 


ROW 5: 

Steve McCloud 
Phil McDonald 
Dennis McLaughlin 
Mel Melin 
Bob Miller 
Tom Mills 
Jim Norland 


ROW 6: 
Bruce Nurse 
Colin Perry 
Ross Richards 
John Simchuk 
Bern Smith 
Ernie Smith 
Ed Stroble 


ROW 7: 
James Vadheim 
By Vadset 
Tom Wall 
Dick Wendt 
Larry Williams 
Dwight Wilson 


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Delta Chi 


BERT BELLES 
President 


ROW 1: 
Bert Belles 
Don Brown 


ROW 2: 
Gus Clapp 
Joe Corbett 


ROW 3: 
Chuck Daniels 
Janies Gillespie 
Jack Hegseth 
Greg Lewis 
Larry Marshall 


ROW 4: 

Kenneth McDermid 
Douglas McLain 
Carl Nau 
Joel Opsahl 
Don Relit jean 


ROW 5: 
Haluk Taysi 
Gerry Victor 
Don Young 



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Delta Sigma Phi 


MARK WELCH 
JOHN HALDI 
Presidents 



ROW 1: 

Stan Austerman 
Ron Becker 


ROW 2: 

Paul Beyersdorf 
Gene Bliesner 


ROW 3: 

Dale Buchanan 
Paul Bunnell 
Jim Butts 
Bob Fischbach 
Bill Frost 


ROW 4: 
Richard Frost 
Neil Greenwalt 
John Haldi 
Jim Hougland 
Wyatt Newman 


ROW 5: 
George Osborn 
MiltSouter 
Ron Stanek 
Ed Vang 
Bill Watt 


ROW 6: 
Mark Welch 
Ed Winkle 
Jerry Wolsborn 
Fred Zersa 


352 






































Delta Tau Delta 


JIM ESTES 
President 


ROW 1: 
Richard Axlund 
Bruce Bayley 
Terry Bech 


ROW 2: 
Max Bolte 
Gary Breaker 
Don Butler 


ROW 3: 

Ted Carratt 
Mike Cassidy 
Clark Daly 
Jim Estes 
Brad Everest 
Richard Faletto 


ROW 4: 
Frank Finnigan 
George Gleason 
Bob Keith 
Lee Kloeppel 
Bruce Liebman 
Charlie Lucas 


ROW 5: 

Dan McCormick 
Raul Norris 
Bob Pearson 
Orlin Rajala 
David Rodgers 
Steve Rodgers 


ROW 6: 
Larry Swanson 
Michael Vclekc 
William Wells 
Bruce Wolf 



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BRIAN UMMEL 
President 


Delta Upsilon 



ROW 1: 
Chris Aspol 
John Barnes 
Bill Bar tell 


ROW 2: 
Karl Berntsen 
Ron Bower 
Jack Coffland 


ROW 3: 

Dick Culp 
Mike Dickson 
Jack Evans 
Dave Gusseck 
Hans Hickstein 
Jon Hurd 


ROW 4: 

Terry Lynch 
Brad Malone 
Roger McMillan 
Pat Merten 
John Meyer 
Pete Moreman 


ROW 5: 

Ed Motteler 
Tracy Murray 
Mike Pelton 
Dick Rivers 
Don Rulffes 
Doug Ryder 


ROW 6: 
Rodney Schultz 
Jim Shelton 
Dick Sherwood 
Terry Steiner 
Lloyd Torgerson 
Brian Ummel 


354 













Farmhouse 


KARL 

FELGENHAUER 

President 

ROW 1: 

Paul Addis 
Larry Baginski 
Bob Batterton 
George Bluhm 


ROW 2: 
Merrill Camp 
Jim Capponi 
Gary Chumbley 
Jim Colpitts 


ROW 3: 

Mike Duncan 
Karl Fclgenhauer 
Ed Feller 
Edward Forster 
Gerald Gildchous 
Jon Hatt 
John Humphrey 


ROW 5: 

Van Jacobson 
Bill Labberton 
Dave La France 
Philip Leach 
Marlin Lenssen 
Alex Litzenberg 
Mike Meyer 


ROW 5: 

Donald Newman 
Michael O’Connor 
Larry Palanuk 
Sherman Polinder 
Jerry Poole 
Otto Rasmussen 
John Reagan 


ROW 6: 

Ron Rickman 
Jim Roush 
Quentin Sannes 
Ralph Schmidt 
Alan Schurman 
Lee Sederburg 
Tom Simpson 


ROW 7: 

Ron Starkenburg 
Richard Todnem 
Robert Vander Pol 
Warren Walker 
Bert Wight 
Gerald E. Williamson 
Dave Wyant 



355 








































Gannon 



RAY STOUT 
President 


ROW 1: 
Don Anderson 
Jim Brickell 


ROW 2: 

Bob Brown 
Jerry Brownell 


ROW 3: 

Bob Campbell 
Shannon Davis 
Doug Dodds 
Donn Ennis 
Vic Fisher 


ROW 4: 

Bill Flatt 
Darel Fuller 
Ron Gill 
Melvin Hansen 
Vincent Higgins 


ROW 5: 

Paul Hohenschuh 
Kirby Holte 
Elwin Keatley 
Paul Kreager 


356 


















Gannon 


ROW 1: 

Ron Lang 
Howard Lind beck 
Gerald Lorntson 
Laurence McAtee 
Walt McCamish 


ROW 2: 

Ron McConnell 
George McGinnis 
Max McKee 
Bill Mech 
Larry Millam 


ROW 3: 

John Nicholson 
David Obert 
Dennis Obert 
Gerry Pond 
Richard Rand 


ROW 4: 
Tom Sagerser 
Lester Sain 
Robert Settle 
Ray Stout 
Mike Sullivan 


ROW 5: 

Ron Sward 
Russell Sweany 
Rick Wilson 



357 


















Kappa Sigma 



RANDY CRIPE 
PETE WIEDEMANN 
Presidents 

ROW 1: 

Bernard Rise 
Len Blinn 
John Camp 
Don Chandler 


ROW 2: 

Randy Cripe 
Reed Daugherity 
Darryl Des Marteau 
Bud Dumas 


ROW 3: 

Gary Eastep 
John Friel 
Loren Girsberger 
Dave Grant 
Cy Hallett 
Charles Harrington 
James Harrington 


ROW 4: 

Dave Hirzel 
John Hoien 
Robert Johnson 
Conrad Knopf 
Mike Leinweber 
Steve Lightle 
Michael Lowry 


ROW 5: 

Dick Moore 
James More 
Dave Morgan 
Bub Morrison 
Roger Papineau 
Bob Redding 
Roger Reed 


ROW 6: 

Sam Reed 
Bob Reese 
Arndt Seifert 
Curt Shoemaker 
Jud Shorett 
Tom Siron 
Mike Standley 


ROW 7: 

Bob Topness 
Ron Wamsley 
Jack Westerman 
Pete Wiedemann 
Jon Willers 
Gary Zeigler 
A1 Zindel 


358 




















Kruegel 


LESLIE ELLIS 
President 


ROW 1: 
Gary Anderson 
William Rarrv 


ROW 2: 
Don Berger 
Dale Birdsell 


ROW 3: 
Walter Black 
Ixmis Blakely 
Mike Blakely 
Wayne Bliesncr 
Lynn Bodine 


ROW 4: 
Robert Bodmer 
Mike Bollen 
Barry Bowman 
Keith Browne 
Paul Carosclla 


ROW 5: 

Ashis Chakravartti 
Karl Chase 
William Chapman 
Richard Churchill 
Merlin Crockett 


ROW 6: 
Richard Crowe 
Leonard Dufur 
Leslie Ellis 
James Farner 
Don Felgenhauer 



359 

















Kruegel 



ROW 1: 
Robert Freese 
Dour Freimuth 
Michael Fuller 
James Gcil 
Herman Gentry 


ROW 2: 
Milton Gibson 
John Gilman 
Steve Goodrich 
Walter Gould 
Linley Gumm 


ROW 3: 
Arthur Hawn 
Lyle Holt 
Mike Jacobsen 
Walt Johnson 
Ron Jones 


ROW 4: 
Dale Kaku 
Robert Keene 
James Keeth 
Mike Keller 
Benny Kluge 


ROW 5: 

Ron Larson 
Robert Lewis 
Robert Lingow 
Leo Long 
Ed Loomis 


ROW 6: 
Doug Lungo 
Dave Mattern 
John McClain 
Keith Metcalf 
Mike Mitchell 


360 


































Kruegel 


ROW 1: 

Gary Monroe 
Rawson Mordhorst 
Gary Morgan 
Robert Mosher 
Gary Mueller 


ROW 2: 

Gary Mundinger 
Clarence Munk 
Dave Nesse 
Jan Oberg 
Fritz Osell 


ROW 3: 
Robert Owens 
Robert Parry 
Sig Petersen 
Kenneth Ponti 
Gary Reinbold 
Roger 


ROW 4: 

Roger Riggs 
Richard Schaak 
Lawrence Seeborg 
John Sharp 
Bob Stanton 


ROW 5: 
Terry Stone 
Doug Swannack 
Neal Tash 
Jack Taylor 
Douglas Twibell 


ROW 6: 

Don Unruh 
David Van Hoy 
Pete Walters 
Gary Warne 
Gene Wheeler 



361 






















Lambda Chi Alpha 



JIM MILLER 
President 

ROW 1: 

Roger Amundson 
Jim Arthurs 
Glenn Baker 
Jim Barcott 
Cliff Bedell 
Jan Bentzon 

ROW 2: 

Dick Butler 
Mike Cable 
Tom Carey 
Fred Christianson 
Terry Cook 
Bob Davidson 


ROW 3: 

Daryl Delich 
Jerry Delich 
Ron Ellington 
Dale Erickson 
Larry Gardner 
Jason Graham 
John Grant 
Garry Groves 

ROW 4: 

Bill Gunderson 
Phil Hall 
George Hendry 
Jon Herrington 
Terry Hofer 
Charles Johnson 
Ted Keeler 
Pat Kennedy 

ROW 5: 

Wilmar Kohne 
Dale Kuhnhausen 
David E. Larson 
Dale Le Master 
Denny Lemaster 
Gary Manchester 
John McFadden 
Dan McLachlan 

ROW 6: 

Art McLarney 
Ed McLarney 
Jack Michael 
Jim Miller 
Mike Milligan 
Mike Morrow 
Alef 

Kol tso v-Mosa lsky 
Douglas Myhre 

ROW 7: 

Blaine Price 
Hans Rasmussen 
Chuck Records 
Robert Roberts 
Jerry Robertson 
Joe Rockom 
Gary Savage 
Steve Simmons 

ROW 8: 

Bill Smiley 
Max Smolinski 
Dave Stetcher 
Harvey Thompson 
Don Tjossem 
Robert T. Wilson 
Bill Zak 


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Me Allister 


ROC BRIERLY 
President 


ROW 1: 

James Anderson 
Dennis Armstrong 
Mike Becker 


ROW 2: 

Scott Beckley 
Larry Blomquist 
Roc Brierley 


ROW 3: 
Roger Briscoe 
Gary Bunch 
Verne Campbell 
Winfield Chang 
Gary Chase 
Lance Colyar 


ROW 4: 

Richard Lyle Davis 
Lauren De Freece 
Terry Dobson 
Richard Dolan 
Mike Douglas 
Del Elliott 


ROW 5: 
Russell Ellison 
James Els 
Bill Emel 
John Epler 
Bruce Flanagan 
Bruce Friden 


ROW 6: 
Tom Fuller 
Tom Gates 
Michael Gies 
Richard Green 
Bob Griffin 
Jim Gyselman 



363 





























Me Allister 



ROW 1: 

Neil Hanson 
Robert Hatten 
Sam Hayes 
Lee Heimbigner 
Lewis Heimbigner 
Jerry Hergert 


ROW 2: 

Ron Higginbotham 
Jack Hollingworth 
Ken Hooper 
Richard Jensen 
Jim Johnson 
Ray Keller 


ROW 3: 

Richard Keller 
James King 
Stan King 
Ron King 
Preston Kirkendall 
Richard K. 
Kirkwood 


ROW 4: 

John Kirsch 
Fred Knostman 
Jim Lammers 
John Lang 
Rollie Little 
Gordon Macleod 


ROW 5: 

Pat Mageehon 
Jim Manly 
Paul Marshall 
Jim Marvin 
Jess Mast 
Glenn Lee Mayfield 


ROW 6: 

Roger Lee Mayfield 
Ray Stephen 
Mayfield 
Jerry McBride 
James McDonnell 
Jim McGillis 
Larry McRae 


364 


















Me Allister 


ROW X: 

Wallace G. Metzger 
Melvin Miksch 
Mike Millam 
Daryl Miller 
Gerald Miller 
William Norin 


ROW 2: 
Warron Olson 
Les Perry 
John Pittman 
Larry Powell 
James Prehm 
Gary Rich 


ROW 3: 

Dave Richardson 
Erich Richter 
John Ringo 
John Rossmeissl 
J ames Seely 
Deraid Short 


ROW 4: 

Craig Smith 
Ted Spencer 
Darrel Tanke 
Glen Tanke 
Donald Uthmann 
Dick Weber 


ROW 5: 
Dewey Westberg 
Tom Widdows 
Don Wile 
Douglas Wing 
Nick Winter 
Glenn Wolf 


ROW 6: 
John Womack 



365 

























Neill 



CLINT HURD 
President 


ROW 1: 
Mohamed Abdo 
Tom Anderson 
George Antypas 


ROW 2: 
Dick Bagnall 
Ralph Barclay 
Bill Barlow 


ROW 3: 

Jack Bartholet 
Ronald Beck 
Issac Bhagat 
Monroe Bickford 
Bruce Bishop 
Bob Blair 


ROW 4: 

Robert Boehm 
Buzz Brake 
Michael Brookes 
Kent Burnham 
Jim Carpenter 
Dick Christiansen 


ROW 5: 

Fred Chrysler 
Bruce Cook 
Gerald Danquist 
Dale Dechenne 
Thomas Deitch 
Dennis Deer 


ROW 6: 
Dennis Doneen 
Richard Driskill 
David Durham 
Dave Edwards 
Richard Eller 
Leon Feigum 


ROW 7: 

William Ferguson 
Jim Finnila 
John Finnial 
Richard Fischer 
Ron Fragner 
Jim Geer 


_ 


366 

























Neill 


ROW 1: 

Dick Glass 
Ron Grow 
Richard Gruhl 
Sandy Hamilton 
Wayne Harmon 
A1 Harness 


ROW 2: 

Dean Harrington 
James Harris 
Ross Harris 
William Hill 
Larry Hofmann 
Gilbert Holt 


ROW 3: 
Clinton Hurd 
Robert Hurd 
James Jaeger 
Greg Johnson 
James Johnson 
Paul Johnson 


ROW 4: 

Grant Jones 
Bill Kelley 
Robert Kennedy 
Gary Kirk 
Michael Kramer 
Don Lieurancc 


ROW 5: 

Tom Maresh 
Bruce Martin 
Cleon McClain 
Tom McDowell 
Ron McVicker 
T^arry Mellgren 


ROW 6: 

Jerry Mills 
Delivan Moore 
Frank Morgan 
Randy Mueller 
Donald Murison 
David Nauditt 


ROW 7: 

Gerald Noblitt 
Boh Northeott 
Ed O Brien 
Lynn Onustacks 
George Ostrander 
Mike Paterson 



367 























Neill 





ROW 1: 
Gary Perry 
Don Peters 
Paul Peterson 
Bob Rauch 
Ed Rosland 
Dennis Sager 


ROW 2: 

Paul St. Clair 
David Salo 
Joe Suave 
Don Schreiber 
Charles Schulhauser 
Mickey Schultz 


ROW 3: 

Ron Secor 
Charles Shanks 
George Smith 
Wallace Smith 
Rudy Soriano 
Ken Spain 


ROW 4: 
John Srail 
Gary Streiling 
Allen Stine 
Larry Sweet 
Steve Syverson 
Lawrence Tee 


ROW 5: 

Dale Tenneson 
George Thomas 
Grant Thorsett 
Tracy Townsend 
Ron Ullman 
Giuliano Verdina 


ROW 6: 
Bernie Vog 
Dave Welch 
Dale Welton 
Don Wesen 
Roger Weskil 
Gayle Willett 


ROW 7: 

Loren Wills 
Joe Wilson 
William Wolf 
Steve Woodward 
Mike Wright 
Roy Zingmark 


368 































Phi Delta Theta 


DAVE SCHINK 
President 


ROW 1: 
Thomas Baker 
Mike Bartos 
Bill Bergsten 
Bill Clapham 
Denny Colacino 

ROW 2: 

Scott DeVry 
George Foster 
Steve Forsberg 
Jerry Frazier 
Don Forstad 


ROW 3: 
Mike Gaines 
Bob Gee 
Jim Greig 
Ron Haner 
Jeff Heath- 
Roger Henning 
Dean Kalahar 


ROW 4: 

John Kearns 
Jim Kemmish 
Terry Kirkpatrick 
Dave Klarich 
Robert Koch 
Rod Lindstrom 
Dave McAboy 


ROW 5: 

Bill McGourin 
Ted Millgard 
Raymond Moline 
Mike Montgomery 
William Monti 
Bernie Newby 
Jim Newman 


ROW 6: 

Tom Nielson 
Dave Pearson 
Duane Pearson 
Gary Ratzlaff 
Wayne Rembold 
Merle Sande 
Dave Schink 


ROW 7: 

Art Schmidt 
Ronald Scott 
Charles Sells 
Jim Stewart 
Mike Vickerman 
Tim Wenger 
John Zaring 



369 




















Phi Gamma Delta 



ROW 1: 

Bob Adams 
Robert Baker 
Gary Bea 
Jay Burnard 
John Burnard 
Jerry Corderman 


ROW 2: 

Bill Cordell 
Larry Croyle 
Gordon Dean 
Charles Diesen 
Keith Dowie 
Bob Eckberg 


ROW 3: 

Jim Gardner 
Ed Goldsworthy 
Royce Gorseth 
Jim Graber 
James C. Gulliford 
Fred Halladay 


ROW 4: 

Jim Hobkirk 
Tim Hopf 
Richard Huggins 
Gary Imel 
Jim Jessup 
Richard King 


ROW 5: 

Loel Labberton 
Dave Menig 
Kelly Montfort 
Martin Niemi 
Donn Owens 
Bob Paul 


ROW 6: 

Arthur Perkins 
Dan Phillips 
James E. Reece 
Rawlee Ridgeway 
Gaymond Schultz 
Chuck Slaughter 


ROW 7: 
Richard Slocum 
Reid Tinling 
Dale Walker 
David F. Wright 
Henry Wyborney 


370 












Phi Kappa Tau 


DON WILSON 
President 


ROW 1: 

Gary Banks 
Jay Beeler 
Kaspar Blums 
Roper Buckman 


ROW 2: 

Larry Chambers 
Dave Clark 
Bruce Clark 
Bill Couch 


ROW 3: 

Ken Crampton 
John Crook 
Ross Farmer 
John Goeller 
Dick Guglomo 
Fletcher Hahn 
Bill Halstenrud 


ROW 4: 
Bob Hannus 
Walt Hood 
Jack Jackson 
Claus Joens 
George Kemp 
Fred Kennedy 
Peter King 


ROW 5: 
Frank Knott 
William Krebs 
Bill Leonard 
John McDonald 
Louis Nihoul 
Larry Osborn 
Dennis Tchl 


ROW 6: 
Tony Pottratz 
Steve Rainbolt 
Ron Ray 
Larry Schick 
Mike Schwab 
Gordon Torbert 
John Turner 


ROW 7: 

Tom Turner 
Durk Van Warden 
Dennis Wilde 
Don Wilson 
Armin Wusten 
Jon Ziegler 



371 





















Phi Kappa Theta 



ROBERT MARX 
President 


ROW 1: 
George Bettas 
Ron Boyd 
Pat Caraher 


ROW 2: 
Richard Casmier 
Stephen Doonan 
Dennis Evans 


ROW 3: 

Bob Feider 
Leland Garbell 
Paul Giese 
Donald Grafton 
Stan Hahn 
Mike Hart 


ROW 4: 

Tom Hart 
Dave Herrin 
Dan Higgins 
John Hoglund 
Jon Jacobson 
Dennis Johnson 


ROW 5: 
Steve Johnson 
Dan Jones 
Robert Marx 
Jim Miller 
Jim O’Connel 
Martin Olson 


ROW 6: 

Tom Owens 
Tom Shafer 
Gary Spak 
Kenneth Terhaar 
Terry Trinen 
Jim Thummel 


ROW 7: 

John Vlahovich 
Gerard Westfall 
Richard Wolfe 
Martin Zawislak 


372 


































WOODY LOGAN 
JAY KENT 
Presidents 


Phi Sigma Kappa 


ROW 1: 

Will Anderson 
Hermann Bartels 
Larry Brackett 
Lloyd Brelsford 


ROW 2: 

Neil Burrell 
Kim Carlson 
Jerry Christensen 
Dave Cleave 


ROW 3: 

Jack Cousyn 
Dave Dahmen 
Don Davidson 
Russell Decker 
John Dormaier 
Don Francone 
Bob Fulton 


ROW 4: 

Eric Gabrielsen 
Gary Garmann 
Roger Giles 
Bill Heimkes 
Robert Hermanson 
John Holmquist 
George Jacroux 


ROW 5: 
Duane Johnson 
Jay Kent 
Woody Laugen 
Kirk Lewis 
Jim Little 
Gary Marr 
Joe Matthews 


ROW 6: 

Jim McDonald 
Ted Montgomery 
Mike Nocula 
Bill Prescott 
Phil Rude 
Marvin Schnaible 
Rich Seims 


ROW 7: 

Bill Simons 
Bob Simons 
Gary Smith 
Frank Stillman 
A1 Sumption 
Bob Swanson 
Carl Taylor 


ROW 8: 

Bob Thompson 
Curt Thompson 
Lars Vedvick 
Dick Waldron 
Bud Walker 
Charles Young 



373 






























Pi Kappa Alpha 



DAVE RINGLER 
President 


ROW 1: 

Paul Antsen 
Doug Barnhart 
Bob Belair 
John Cardwell 


ROW 2: 
Verne Emerson 
Jeff Engelskjen 
Bill Eubanks 
Bruce Freeburn 


ROW 3: 

Bill Hail 
Henry Heim 
Mark Henry 
Jim Horn 
Dave Hougland 
John Humphreys 


ROW 4: 

Jim Kent 
Howard Krohn 
Mike Larsen 
Gary Lawton 
Dick Lee 
Gene Lewis 
Jerry Look 


ROW 5: 

Ron Lunnum 
Jim McGrann 
John Nettleton 
Ralph Norbom 
Mike Renfro 
Dave Ringler 
Elias Sam 


ROW 6: 

Paul Schmeil 
Henry Schmidt 
George Scott 
Steve Shade 
Richard 

Van Hersett 
Wendell Warded 
Vincent Weis 


ROW 7: 

Bob Wene 
Jay Williamson 
Richard Worthy 


374 


















Pine Manor 


KENT NIXON 
President 


ROW 1: 
Jim Aanenson 
Mohammad 
Alishahi 
Jerry Altig 


ROW 2: 
Roy Baggerly 
Arthur Barrett 
Wes Bentz 


ROW 3: 

David Burkhardt 
Bruce Butler 
Bob Chamberlin 
Robert Chase 
Roger 

Christopherson 
Jerry Dagle 


ROW 4: 

Larry Dixon 
Bob Dybing 
Lloyd Eisenman 
John Erickson 
Gary Feider 
Gary Foisy 


ROW 5: 
Richard French 
John Green 
James Gruber 
Max Hemmert 
Llewellyn 
Hendricks 
Jerome Hovrud 


ROW 6: 

Ellis Joyce 
Gordon Kirkland 
Loren Roller 
Joe Kropf 
David Larsen 
Terry Luper 



375 



























Pine Manor 



HOW 1: 
Michael Mahn 
William Mann 
Larry Martin 
James Keirnan 
Roger Moore 


ROW 2: 

Doug Munro 
Raymond Nelson 
Kent Nixon 
Kenneth Olson 
Lance Packer 


ROW 3: 

Randy Perkins 
Ron Perrow 
Roger Pounds 
Walter Reinhardt 
David Ruark 


ROW 4: 
Jerry Schroeder 
John Scott 
Hall Sellers 
Fred Shaw 
Kit Shultz 


ROW 5: 

Gary Stoffer 
Jim Stonebridge 
Dick Tetrick 
William Turnbull 
Frank Webb 


ROW 6: 

John Wessel 
Duane Wiedrich 


376 


































Sherwood 


INDRU 

PRIMLANI 

President 

ROW 1: 

Jim Adderson 
Glonn Anderson 


ROW 2: 
Jerry Baker 
Jim Ballo 


ROW 3: 

* John Bolton 
Robert Bridge 
Bill Brooks 
Charles Brooks 


ROW 4: 
Jerry Brous 
A1 Chase 
Joe Costello 
Bill Cox 



377 

































Sherwood 



HOW 1: 
Michael Crosby 
Dave Curtis 
Eric Dahl 
Kirk Davis 


-ROW 2: 

Joe Dobriski 
Clark M. Douglas 
Jim Douglass 
William H. Fulmer 


ROW 3: 
Bryce Herbst 
Steve Hill 
Bill Hinkley 
A1 Holmquist 


ROW 4: 
Robert Hutton 
Ray Jackman 
Fred Kalal 
Jim Kelly 



378 













Sherwood 


ROW 1: 
Larry Kuntze 
Robert Lontz 
Keith Martin 
John Miller 


ROW 2: 
Ralph Miller 
John Oakey 
Lynn Pochert 
Dale Rahier 


ROW 3: 
Steve Redfield 
James Reilly 
John Schenk 
John Schmidt 


ROW 4: 

Vernon Schrag 
Richard Setterburg 
Dean Sever tsen 
Edward Shaw 



379 


















Ml 


Sherwood 



HOW 1: 
Raymond Smith 
Mike Stronk 
David Tread 
Bon Welch 


ROW 2: 

Jim Werner 
William Westall 
Billa Willard 
David Willson 


ROW 3: 

Wayne Wilson 
Grant Wood 
Gary Yonaka 
Larry Zimmerman 


380 
























JOHN STRADA 
President 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


ROW 1: 

Mike Allen 
Gary Armstrong 
Dave Bathrick 
Thomas Beffa 


ROW 2: 
Stewart Biehl 
John Biggs 
Mike Bitterling 
Duane Borovec 


ROW 3: 

Ted Boydston 
Dennis Chorba 
Don Elsom 
Dave Eyre 
Bill Fogg 
John Gettles 
Jim Greene 


ROW 4: 

Geir Haatveit 
Roy Hilliard 
Wayne Hohman 
Dave Holt 
Jim Jensen 
George Kelly 
Ron Knudsen 


ROW 5: 
Dick Lawrence 
Art Lemke 
Tom Leyda 
Greg Lucas 
Pete Nelson 
Tom Robinson 
Jerry Schmeil 


ROW 6: 
Jerry Scollard 
Roger Smith 
Dick Stephan 
John Strada 
Dean Straley 
Brian Talbott 
Roger Thiel 


ROW 7: 

Mowry Treadwell 
Ed Wallace 
Bruce Walton 
Bob West 
Tony Wheeler 



381 












Sigma Chi 



DICK BARRY 
JOHN MITCHELL 
Presidents 

ROW 1: 

Dave Angstrom 
Dick Ankcorn 
Glen Asbury 
Dick Barry 


ROW 2: 
Mike Bartram 
Thomas Brown 
Jerry Buettner 
Don Carter 


ROW 3: 
Paul Challey 
Ed Clark 
Mike Conner 
A1 Cromer 
Larry Culver 
Bob De Atley 
Fred Dunham 


ROW 4: 

Bill Ebel 
Dean Edwards 
Mike Ellis 
Charles 

Fitzsimmons 
Rolf Gabrielsen 
Graham Gallup 
Doug Gerleman 

ROW 5: 

Rod Grimm 
Carrol Hayden 
John Howell 
Ron Irwin 
Jan Keyser 
Larry Kirkpatrick 
Jim Lose 


ROW 6: 

Larry Martin 
George Maxfield 
Bob McConnel 
Jim McKay 
Tom McPherson 
John Mitchell 
Bert Pence 


ROW 7: 

Ben Peterson 
Richard Picatti 
Doug Rathbun 
Morten Romstad 
Grant Rowe 
Thomas Russell 
Del Schwisow 


ROW 8: 

John Severson, Jr. 
Dean Temple 
Don Thompson 
John 

Vandermeulen 
Bob Wellington 
Jon Wulff 
Bob Zuppe 


382 






JIM LEMERY 
President 


Sigma Nu 


ROW 1: 

Ron Apperson 
Howard Armstrong 
David Ashbaugh 
Barry Barrett 


ROW 2: 
Donald Bea 
Joe Bookter 
Ben Braat 
Roy Busse 


ROW 3: 

Keith Campbell 
Dennis Cearlock 
Jon Christoffersen 
Don Daniels 
Neil Dirom 
Arthur Eckman 
Jerry Enzler 


ROW 4: 
Gene Erickson 
Gary Flannery 
Roger Fosseen 
A1 Goldade 
Charles Paul 
Gregory 
Larry Gust 
Butch Gustin 


ROW 5: 

Rob Hatfield 
Joe Hill 
Joe Hulett 
Robert James 
Steve James 
William Kelly 
Robert Kimball 


ROW 6: 
Jerry Klaveano 
Don Knight 
Larry Largent 
Jim Larson 
James Lemery 
Neil Linder 
Dave Mansfield 


ROW 7: 

Michael McDermott 
Larry McLaughlin 
John Moffitt 
Gary Mueller 
Bill Myles 
Orvis Owens 
Jamie Parker 


ROW 8: 

Dave PauIon 
Don Pearson 
Gary Pence 
Stuart Rehnstrom 
Bill Roe 
David Vik 
Spence Wolfe 



383 
















Sigma Phi Epsilon 



PEP SMITH 
President 

ROW 1: 

Jim Ash burn 
Jim Bair 
Dan Barclay 
Bob Barton 
Bill Bayne 
A1 Beard 
' ROW 2: 

James Boylan 
Dave Bradley 
Richard Courteau 
Robert Diercks 
Roger Duprel 
Larry Ehle 

ROW 3: 

Blain Eliot 
Bart Giard 
Larry Gill 
Scott Graves 
Vern Griffith 
Hans Grobstok 
Gary Ham 
James Hinckley 
Robbie Hogg 

ROW 4: 

Fred Hyde 
Max Jensen 
Dennis Johnston 
Chuck Kimbrough 
Sivert Kobro 
Pete Leinonen 
Charles Maki 
Tim Manring 
Dave Mathieson 

ROW 5: 

Will Maupin 
Charles Meier 
Jim Nielsen 
Bob Noel 
John Oldfield 
Jim Ormiston 
Ken Ormiston 
Kenneth Pettichord 
Mick Piper 

ROW 6: 

Marty Plone 
Phil Priebe 
Ned Pugh 
John Ribary 
Charles Rohrmann 
Roger Sanford 
Eugene Schlatter 
Gary Schwendiman 
Dave Shaffer 

ROW 7: 

Larry Skinner 
John Skirving 
Corliss Smith 
Dave Smith 
Jeff Smith 
Jerry Smith 
Pep Smith 
Roger Smith 
George Somnis 

ROW 8: 

Ed Sonneborn 
Leigh Sutphin 
Leif Tangvald 
Jerry Thomas 
Don Tomlinson 
Chuck Tost 
Dick Tucker 
Lynn Votaw 
Kenneth Waldrip 

ROW 9: 

Don Walther 
Jim Walton 
Earl Watson 
David Wilson 
Gary Wilson 


384 

























Stimson 




JOHN 

HEATHMAN 

President 


ROW 1: 
Mike Agather 
Pat Aiken 


ROW 2: 
Dick Allen 
Pete Anderson 


ROW 3: 
Anthony Appel 
Dave Appel 
John Axtell 
Norman Baird 
Steve Bartlett 


ROW 4: 
William Bates 
Dalen Bayes 
Frank Beckon 
John Block 
Ray Bloom 


ROW 5: 

Mel Boston 
Larry Brines 
John Brown 
Jim Bryan 
Stephen Carter 


ROW 6: 
Bernard Chaplin 
Paul Charlton 
Clyde Christie 
Darrell Clavey 
William Clavey 



385 




































Stimson 



ROW 1: 

Chuck Cleveland 
Daryl Click 
Charles Coddington 
Mart Craft 
Douglas Dunn 


ROW 2: 
Richard Durant 
John Erickson 
Jack Esvelt 
Larry Esvelt 
Terence Ethridge 


ROW 3: 

Jim Ezell 
Don Follett 
Ghazi Ghazanfar 
Gary Gleason 
Charlie Goodsell 


ROW 4: 

Toby Gustafson 
Jerry Hansen 
Don Harris 
Ron Hatley 
Richard Heathman 


ROW 5: 
Paul Humes 
Delbert Hunt 
Craig Jackson 
Ken Jasman 
Ed Johnson 


ROW 6: 
Melvin Johnson 
James Kinnaman 
Roger Knight 
Gary Knudtson 


386 















Stimson 


ROW 1: 
Bob Koch 
Arnulf Krokan 
Aaron Kuest 
Mac Lamb 
Ken Larson 


ROW 2: 
Darrell Lewis 
Jake Logan 
Charles Mains 
John Marvin 
Ken McClure 


ROW 3: 

Larry McCullough 
Tom McKern 
Allen Mettler 
David Meyn 
Marko Milakovich 


ROW 4: 
Roger Muller 
Mike Murray 
Ed Ochiltree 
Ron Olsen 
Gary Onstot 


ROW 5: 
Gerald Pallies 
Fred Paul 
Dan Pederson 
John Peek 
Bruce Peterson 


ROW 6: 

Bruce Pieterson 
Richard Polenske 
Dick Quirk 
Dave Rawls 







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387 
















Stimson 



HOW 1: 
Dave Repp 
Rick Rhoads 
Ted Ripley 
Walker Roberts 


ROW 2: 
Graham Rolstad 
David Sams 
Tom Schultz 
Chuck Simpson 
Larry Sims 


ROW 3: 

Edwin Smick 
Jack Smith 
Milt Smith 
Alan Steiger 
Michael Stephenson 


ROW 4: 
Richard Stevens 
Russell Taylor 
Jim Tiernan 
Jerome Tierney 
Jim Tompkins 


ROW 5: 

Dave Tufts 
Vance 

Vallandingham 
Bob Van Pelt 
Ron Weitz 
Ralph West 


ROW 6: 

Ron Wikander 
Bill Willenberg 
Martin Wilson 
Doug Worthington 


388 


















Tau Kappa Epsilon 


DOUG ORKNEY 
President 


ROW 1: 

Dennis Ah May 
Keith Arndt 
Robbie Avery 
Robert Blanchard 


ROW 2: 
John Brown 
Mike Carlon 
Mike Chester 
Dave Cordas 


ROW 3: 
William Davis 
Bob Dawson 
Dave Elsworth 
James Erickson 
Ken Evans 
Michael Frey 
John Gallagher 


ROW 4: 
Dixon Garner 
Gary Gehrmann 
Robert Goettel 
Dag Helgestad 
Tom Hunt 
Steve Johnson 
Terry Johnson 


ROW 5: 
Rodney Knipper 
Patrick Lawler 
Mick McClure 
Bud McDermott 
Mike McDonald 
Howard Meek 
Curtis Nakayama 


ROW 6: 
Terry Neal 
Robert Olds 
Gary Price 
Thomas F. Shea 
Nels Siverson 
Don Smith 
Dick Steen 


ROW 7: 

Gary Stoskopf 
Arlen Taylor 
Craig Thompson 
Vern Welo 
Roger Whitney 
Bill Wiecking 
Gary Willoughby 



389 












Theta Chi 



DAVE CORDON 
President 


ROW 1: 

Robert Abendroth 
George Abrams 
Blaine Barron 
Keith Barrow 


ROW 2: 
Karl Clark 
Dave Cordon 
Guy Crook 
Don Dunsbar 


ROW 3: 

Brent Ekwall 
Tom Engelstad 
Bob Guess 
William Hamm 
Bob Hollingsworth 
Jerry Horn 
Larry House 


ROW 4: 
Steve Hudson 
Fred Hunter 
Brad Kuiper 
Miller Lembke 
Bob Mader 
Wayne McCann 
Bill Mercer 


ROW 5: 

Chris Mooney 
Leonard Neubert 
Dave Noblitt 
Tom Osborne 
Allen Quist 
Wayne Rea 
Rod Rickard 


ROW 6: 

Bob Sanderson 
Barry Serafin 
Jim Temples 
Paul Tomita 
Jim Trefren 
Jim Van Leuven 
Ralph West 


ROW 7: 

Robert Williams 
Mike Wilson 
James Woodward 


390 
























Theta Xi 


DAVE VAN 
HERSETT 
MIKE 

CALDWELL 

Presidents 

ROW 1: 
Terry Acheson 
Jerry Behm 
Gerald Bloom 
Robert Brown 


ROW 2: 

Peter Brownell 
Mike Caldwell 
Brian Caughey 
Monty Chaussee 


ROW 3: 
Harry Claterbos 
John Clinton 
Clay Conrath 
Bob Cook 
John Cox 
William Crews 
David Crowe 


ROW 4: 

John Endsley 
Don Essinger 
George 

Falkanhagen 
David Herrington 
Terry Hiatt 
Donald Hicks 
Robert James 


ROW 5: 

Robert Kinney 
Steven Klingler 
Jay Larson 
Robert McConnell 
Pat McGill 
Robert McGinnis 
Pat McGoldrick 


ROW 6: 

Galen Muse 
William Peterson 
Fred Reinke 
Robert Robinson 
Mac Rogers 
Roger Schiess 
Richard Sigafoos 


ROW 7: 

Dale Strickland 
Jeffrey Thompson 
Dave Van Hersett 
Douglas Verstegg 
Don Wood 



391 












GARY CRONK 
President 


University Fire Station 



ROW 1: 
Mick Cook 
Gary Cronk 


ROW 2: 
George Davies 
Terry Herman 


ROW 3: 

John Humphries 
Mike Lehman 
George Nixon 
Robert Pennington 


ROW 4: 
Allen Taylor 
Gary Trunkey 
Gary Wilgus 


392 















Waller 


BOB JAYNE 
President 


HOW 1: 
Norm Adams 
Allan Akesson 
Jim Allen 


ROW 2: 

Jim Anderson 
Richard Becker 
Robert Becker 


ROW 3: 

Dick Bertholf 
John Birge 
Arthur Bisig 
Bill Blanton 
Stephen Blomgren 
Terry Boldt 


ROW 4: 
Richard Brown 
Robert Brown 
Ron Burg 
Winfield Chang 
Ron Chaplin 
David Clark 


ROW 5: 

Marv. Clement 
David Coney 
Dave Craig 
Ken De Bord 
Ronald Downing 
Kermit Duncan 


ROW 6: 
Ross Eberle 
Darrell Erb 
Dennis Fiess 
Vaden Floch 
Ed Florance 
Fred Garnsey 


ROW 7: 
Bill Green 
Morris Hall 
Steve Heppell 
Ed Holm 
Dave Holman 



393 












Waller 



ROW 1: 

Dennis Hoofnagle 
Keith Hoofnagle 
Dannie Ice 
Gordon Jackson 
Tom Jacobson 
Bob Jenkins 


ROW 2: 

Dan Jennings 
Norman Johnson 
Robert Juneman 
Dietrich Jung 
Don Keeling 
Don Kurth 


ROW 3: 

John Ledger wood 
Verl Long 
JimMagstadt 
Gary Martin 
Bruce McDonald 
Jack McFadden 


ROW 4: 

Terry Minkiewitz 
Gary Morgan 
Gary Paul 
Dan Percival 
David Pettit 
Jack Pheasant 


ROW 5: 
Clifford Rice 
Hal Rolph 
Rollie Ruehlman 
Dennis Rumsey 
Albert Seto 
Benny Sexton 


ROW 6: 

Fred Smith 
Mike Spencer 
Charles Stocker 
Harold Thompson 
Bruce Townsend 
Noel Vaughn 


ROW 7: 
Don Wall 
Garry White 
Robert Wilson 
Clark Zehnder 


394 








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Subject Index 


Acacia 

346 

Academic Administration 

22 

ADMINISTRATION 

17 

Ag Economics 

38 

Agriculturist 

179 

Agronomy Club 

40 

AI of A 

49 

AICE 

51 

AEII-IRE 

48 

Alpha Chi Omega 

304 

Alpha Delta Pi 

305 

Alpha Epsilon Rho 

68 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

306 

Alpha Gamma Rho 

347 

Alpha Kappa Lambda 

348 

Alpha Phi 

307 

Alpha Phi Omega 

172 

Alpha Phi Sigma 

69 

Alpha Psi 

93 

Alpha Tau Alpha 

39 

Alpha Tau Omega 

349 

Alpha Zeta 

41 

American Pharmaceutical Ass’n 

84 

Angel Flight 

97 

Army Sponsors 

105 

Arnold Air Society 

97 

ARTS 

209 

ASAE 

40 

ASCA 33, 288, 294 

ASCE 

49 

ASME 

48 

ASWSU 

134 

ATHLETICS 

231 

Athletic Council 

232 

AWS 

159 

Band 

210 

Baseball 

262 

Basketball 

246 

Beta Gamma Sigma 

74 

Beta Theta Pi 

350 

Board of Control 

135 

Board of Publications 

178 

Board of Regents 

19 

Business Management 

23 

Chinook 

180 

Chi Omega 

308 

Choir 

211 

College of Arts and Sciences 

52 

College of Home Economics 

80 

College of Veterinary Medicine 

90 

Coman Hall 

309 

COMMUNICATIONS 

177 

Community Hall 

312 

Cosmo Club 

170 

Cougar Boosters 

169 

Cougar P.E. Club 

88 

Cougar Swim Club 

89 

Crimson Circle 

162 

Crimson Clover 

36 

CUB Committees 

142 

Dairy Science Club 

35 

Davis Hall 

314 

Delta Chi 

351 

Delta Delta Delta 

316 

Delta Gamma 

317 

Delta Phi Delta 

65 

Delta Sigma Phi 

352 

Delta Tau Delta 

333 

Delta Upsilon 

354 

Duncan Dunn Hall 

318 


Epsilon Pi Tau 

79 

Evergreen 

184 

Farmhouse 

355 

Ferry Hall 

320 

FFA 

35 

Football 

234 

Forestry Club 

37 

Freshman Class 

150 

Gamma Phi Beta 

323 

Gannon Hall 

356 

Guest Performances 

218 

Golf 

261 

GOVERNMENT 

133 

GPAR 

152 

Grey W 

233 

Gymnastics 

242 

Hawaiian Club 

171 

Horticulture Club 

37 

IBR 

158 

IFC 

154 

IK’s 

164 

Industrial Arts Club 

79 

Institute of Ag Sciences 

28 

IPAC 

153 

Junior Class 

146 

Junior IFC 

156 

Junior Panhellenic 

157 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

324 

Kappa Delta 

325 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

326 

Kappa Psi 

84 

Kappa Sigma 

358 

Kruegel Hall 

359 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

362 

Lambda Kappa Sigma 

85 

Lariat Club 

38 

Lutheran Student Assoc. 

175 

MEN 

345 

McAllister Hall 

363 

McCroskey Hall 

327 

Military 

95 

Mortar Board 

163 

Mu Beta Beta 

36 

Mu Phi Epsilon 

65 

Neill Hall 

366 

Newman Club 

175 

Orchestra 

212 

Outing Club 

173 

Panhellenic 

155 

PEM Club 

88 

Phi Beta Kappa 

109 

Phi Chi Theta 

74 

Phi Delta Kappa 

79 

Phi Delta Theta 

369 

Phi Epsilon Kappa 

89 

Phi Gamma Delta 

370 

Phi Kappa Phi 

109 

Phi Kappa Tau 

371 

Phi Mu Alpha 

65 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

373 

Pi Beta Phi 

329 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

374 

Pine Manor Hall 

375 


Pi Tau Iota 66 

Plays 213 

Radio-TV 188 

Range Management 39 

Regents Hill Hall 330 

Rho Chi 85 

Rho Nu 67 

Rho Epsilon Amateur 66 

Roger Williams Fellowship 176 

ROYALTY 193 

Scarab 50 

SCHOOLS 27 

School of Business and Economics 70 
School of Education 76 

School of Pharmacy 83 

School of Physical Education 
and Recreation 86 

Scott Hall 336 

Senior Class 144 

Sherwood Hall 377 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 381 

Sigma Chi 382 

Sigma Delta Chi 69 

Sigma Iota 75, 289 

Sigma Kappa 340 

Sigma Kappa Phi 67 

Sigma Nu 383 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 384 

Sigma Tau 50 

Sigma Tau Alpha 172 

Society for Advancement of 
Management 75 

Social Coordinating Council 169 

Sophomore Class 148 

Spark 192 

Spurs 165 

State Relations 26 

Stevens Hall 341 

Stimson Hall 385 

Stimson Senate 170 

Student Relations 25 

Swimming 244 

Tau Beta Pi 51 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 389 

Tennis 255 

THE STUDENT 271 

Theta Chi 390 

Theta Sigma Phi 68 

Theta Xi 391 

THE UNIVERSITY 107 

Throttlejockeys 174 

Track 256 

UCCF 176 

University Fi restation 392 

Veterinarian Association 93 

Waller Hall 393 

Washington State Institute of 
Technology 42 

Wilmer Hall 343 

WOMEN 303 

WRA 267 

Wrestling 254 

Yell Squad 241 

YMCA 168 

Young Republicans 174 

YWCA 166 


396 








Student-Faculty Index 


A 



Andrews, Frederick 

137 

164 

Ball, Terry 


246 






347 

Ballo, James 


377 

Aamnt, Jacquelin 

161 

181 

Andrews, Mark 


212 

Balsom, Brenda 


137 

Aancnson, James 


375 

Andrews, Sewell 

38 

; 41 

Balsley, Karen 


>t0 

Aaring, Janice 149 

161 

316 

Angstrom, David 


382 

Bamford, Kathryn 


241 

Aaring, Julie 

76 

341 

Ankcorn, Richard 


382 


267 

324 

Abbott, Darlene 


325 

Antsen, Paul 149 

164 

374 

Band, William 


54 

Abbott, Michael 


234 

Antypas, George 48 

170 

366 

Banka, Beatrice 


330 

Abdo, Mohained 


366 

Anwar, Sheikh 


170 

Banks, Gary G. 101 

233 

262 

Abendroth, Robert 


390 

Apperson, Ronald 

60 

210 

Bakns, Gary N. 


371 

Abrams, Lloyd 

212 

390 

211 

212 

383 

Barber, John 

156 

348 

Acheson, Terrance 


391 

Appel, Anthony 


385 

Barbo, Katherine 76 

142 

306 

Ackermann, Joseph 

78 

347 

Appel, David 

31 40 

1 41 

Barclay, Daniel 


384 

Ackley, William 


34 


175 

385 

Barclay, Ralph 


366 

Adams, Anne 

139 

326 

Arakaki, Yciko 

30 

l 35 

Barcott, James 


362 

Adams, Doris 36 

172 

330 

Arbogast, Cynthia 


330 

Bargmevcr, Alan 36 

146 

347 

Adams, Linda 


308 

Ardussi, Mary 210 

211 

330 

Barker, Charles 


49 

Adams, Robert 140 

164 

370 

Arlt, Walter 


234 

Barker, Holly 

76 

329 

Adams, Suzanne 

268 

318 

Armstrong, Dennis 

48 

363 

Barker, Wanda 


314 

Adamson, Barbara 

109 

167 

Armstrong, Gary 


381 

Barlow, Howard 


42 

Adderson, James 


377 

Armstrong, Howard 

242 

383 

Barlow, William 

147 

366 

Addis, Paul 


355 

Armstrong, Michael 


349 

Barmuta, Linda 

172 

325 

Adielc, Magnus 


170 

Armstrong, Robert 


93 

Barnes, John 


354 

Agathcr, Hester 


170 

Arndt, Keith 


389 

Barnhard, Sindra 


320 

Agathcr, Michael 


385 

A meson, Kathy 151 

185 

330 

Barnhart, Douglas 

156 

374 

Ahlf, Ronald 

46 48 

Arora, Swarn 


170 

Barnhart, Leona 

172 

325 

Ahlquist, Sue 

76 

340 

Arstein, Lianne 

175 

314 

Barrett, Arthur 

158 

375 

Ah Mau, Dennis 

49 

389 

Arthaud, Jean 

167 

330 

Barrett, Ford 


383 

Ahmed, Sadrudin 


170 

Arthurs, James 

164 

362 

Barrett, Marjorie 


320 

Ahola, Milton 


97 

Ashbaugh, David 


383 

Barron, Blaine 


390 

Aiken, Patrick 


385 

Ashburn, James 

212 

384 

Barrow, Keith 


390 

Aimonetto, Lauren 

32 

1 41 

Asbury, Glendin 


382 

Barry, William 

91 

185 

Aitkenhead, Wm. 


42 

Ashe, Mardith 

167 

316 

Barry, Richard 138 

154 

164 

Akesson, Allan 


393 

Ashley, Marlene 


330 


212 

382 

Akishin, George 


346 

Ashmun, Elizabeth 

81 

153 

Barry, William 


359 

A1 Awar, Amin 


49 

Ashworth, Ural 


35 

Bartelheimer, Delores 


82 

Alby, Eugene 

30 40 

Aslakson, Richard 


48 


155 

170 

Aldrich, Lynne 


318 

Aspol, Christian 


354 

Bar tell, William 

62 

354 

Aldrich, Sarah 


317 

Atkins, Margaret 


341 

Bartels, Hermann 

62 

373 

Alexander, Clyde 


62 

August, Nick 

233 

246 

Bartholet, Stephen 


366 

Alexander, Ronclle 


327 


262 

264 

Bartlett, Steven 


385 

Alg, Rodney 


346 

Ault, Nelson 


54 

Barton, Robert 

154 

384 

Alishahi, Mohammad 

31 

40 

Ault, Ora 65 210 

212 

309 

Bartos, Judith 


323 



375 

Austcrman, Stanley 

156 

352 

Bartos, Michael 


369 

Ali, Sultan 


170 

Austin, Carol 56 67 

330 

Bartram, Michael 


382 

Aliverti, Robert 


212 

Austin, David 


57 

Bassett, Day 

41 

1 50 

Allan, Beverly 


3 30 

Austin, George 


43 

Batdorf, Richard 

210 

212 

Allen, Barbara 155 

163 

329 

Austin, Nancy 


76 

Bates, Marian 


341 

Allen, Earlysc 

135 

326 

Auvil, Judith 

167 

181 

Bates, .Molly 

76 

312 

Allen, James 

256 

393 

Avcrett, Arlinc 


330 

Bates, Stan 


232 

Allen, Judith 


320 

Avery, Robert 

212 

389 

Bates, Suzanne 

76 

328 

Allen, Michael 149 

152 

381 

Axlund, Richard 


353 

Bates, William 


385 

Allen, Richard 


385 

Axtell, Carolyn 


314 

Bathrick, David 

152 

212 

Allan, Robert 


140 

Axtell, John 


385 

Batterman, Gail 

65 

167 

Allcrt, R. Michael 


164 

Ayers, Linda 

151 

326 


212 

324 

Allison, Sandra 

181 

307 




Bat ter ton, Robert 


355 

Allred, Dianne 


336 

B 



Batten, Judith 


336 

Allred, John 


94 




Battin, Jonann 

185 

189 

Allred, Rex 

46 

i 48 

Baarslag, Alice 


153 

Bauer, Darlene 


67 

Aim, Karen 

73 

330 

Babbitt, Leroy 

89 

233 

Bauer, Linda 


317 

Almy, Donald 


347 


234 

254 

Bauer, Nancy 


34 3 

Alseth, Alfred 

89 

245 

Backman, Sandra 65 

210 

312 

Bauer, Rosaly 


3 30 

Alsworih, Dana 

60 

316 

Bacon, Ann 


325 

Baugh, M. Janice 


309 

Althoff, Millie 

69 

330 

Bacon, Chad 


32 

Baumgardt, Nancy 

151 

336 

Altig, Jerry 


375 

Badham, Robert 

164 

347 

Bayne, Carol 

65 

341 

Alton, David 


61 

Baeder, Carol 


314 

Bayes, Dalen 


385 

Alverson, Sheryl 


306 

Bafus, Barbara 

140 

329 

Bayley, Bruce 


353 

Alward, H. V. Jr, 

55 

178 

Baggerly, Roy 


375 

Bayne, William 

212 

384 

Amans, Georgia 

97 

329 

Bagley, Carol 


109 

Bea, Donald 


383 

Ambrose, Kay 


316 

Bagley, Barbara 


330 

Bea, Gary 

175 

370 

Amling, Storma 


175 

Bagley, Marcia 


330 

Beadles, Erma 

158 

327 

Amundson, Roger 

103 

362 

Baggott, Mary 


305 

Bean, Glenda 57 

109 

330 

Andersen, Geraldine 


314 

Baginski, Lawrence 


34 

Bean, Melvin 


93 

Andersen, Jean 


320 


175 

355 

Beard, Alan 


384 

Anderson, Arlene E. 


316 

Bagnall, Richard 


366 

Beard, Harriett 


309 

Anderson, Arlene M. 

138 

316 

Bailey, Arthur 


262 

Beasley, Wallis 

55 

232 

Anderson, Arthur 


366 

Bailey, Bonnie 

97 

308 

Beattie, Martin 


210 

Anderson, Betty 


336 

Bailey, Col B. 


95 

Bech, Terence 211 

212 

353 

Anderson, Brooke 72 

212 

307 

Bailey, Col W. 

103 

140 

Bechard, Suzan 

158 

312 

Anderson, David A. 


32 

Bain, Beverly 161 

181 

306 

Beck, Jerald 


62 

Anderson, David P. 

91 

93 

Bair, James 


384 

Beck, Ronald 


366 

Anderson, Donald 


356 

Baird, Norman 


385 

Beck, Shan 161 

167 

304 

Anderson, Dorman 

49 50 

Bajema, Kenneth 

31 34 

. 40 

Becker, Ronald 


352 


51 

109 

Baken, Carolyn 

212 

309 

Becker, Robert 


393 

Anderson, Gary 


359 

Bakcn, Joan 

76 

329 

Becker, William 

44 

1 49 

Anderson, George 


49 

Baker, Betty 

97 

3 20 


50 

363 

Anderson, Georgette 

165 

314 

Baker, Evcrette 


94 

Beckett, Carol 


324 

Anderson, Gerald 

175 

346 

Baker, Glenn 


362 

Beckley, Patrick 


34 

Anderson, Glenn 


377 

Baker, Gretchen 

167 

330 

Beckett Linda 

59 

109 

Anderson, James A. 

45 

393 

Baker, Jerry 


377 


212 

317 

Anderson, James D. 


363 

Baker, John 


175 

Beckett, Paul 


54 

Anderson, James S. 


95 

Baker, Mardine 


320 

Beckley, Scott 


363 

Anderson, John 

174 

373 

Baker, Pamela 


341 

Beckon, Frank 


385 

Anderson, Judith 

62 

320 

Baker, Richard 58 69 

174 

Bedell, Clifford 44 

1 49 

362 

Anderson, Judith 


170 

Baker, Rosemary 


174 

Beeler, John 


371 

Anderson, Linda 


318 

Raker, Robert 


370 

Beer, Connie 


211 

Anderson, Lee 


94 

Baker, Ruth 


309 

Beers, Darryl 


210 

Anderson, Margit 

137 

160 

Baker, Sylvia 


341 

Beffa, Thomas 


381 


167 

317 

Baker, Thomas 


379 

Behm, Diana 


3 36 

Anderson, Marsha 


318 

Baker, Wm. 


174 

Behm, Jerry 


174 

Anderson, Peter 

149 

164 

Bakkila, Eva 36 

175 

314 

Belair, Robert 

58 

374 

Anderson, Richard J. 


57 

Baldwin, Geraldine 


87 

Belairc, Louina 

81 

318 

Anderson, Richard V. 

66 

350 


163 

268 

Belcher, Janet 


304 

Anderson, Ronald 


350 

Baldwin, Gwen 

161 

323 

Belcourt, Patricia 


305 

Anderson, Roderick 


212 

Baldwin, Nancy 


330 

Belknap, Donna 


309 

Anderson, Sonja 


320 

Baldwin, Patrick 


38 

Bell, Charles 


350 

Anderson, William 


349 

Baldwin, William 

91 

162 

Bell, Nancy 63 

138 

139 

Andres, Linda 

137 

312 

Bali, Pran 


170 


155 

305 


Bellas, Norman 

211 

212 

Boehm, Robert 

48 

138 

Brownell, Jerry 


356 

Belles, Bert 

154 

351 


147 

366 

Brownell, Peter 

212 

391 

Belsby, Nancy 


305 

Boettcher, Paul 


175 

Browning, Jerry 

49 

> 50 

Belshe, Janies 


30 

Bogle, Denise 

307 

136 


98 

100 

Bcnine, Carol 


316 

BohIke, Joan 

81 

330 

Brubaker, Carol 


3 36 

Bennett, Andrea 


330 

Bohlke, Tovi 


317 

Bruce, Kathleen 

211 

320 

Bennett, William 

58 

97 

Boise, Sue 


336 

Bruguier, Thomas 

45 

48 


99 

101 

Boldt, Terry 

139 

393 

Brundage, Ann 


314 

Bcnnion, Kay 149 

174 

325 

Bolien, Michael 


359 

Brunette, William 58 69 

109 

Bensel, Duane 


175 

Bolte, Max 49 

' 50 

143 

Bruns, Rosemary 


330 

Bensel, Neal 


175 


154 

353 

Brunson, Jo Ann 1 38 

170 

305 

Benson, Johanna 

76 

330 

Bolton, John 


377 

Brunson, Judith 151 

161 

309 

Bent, John 

233 

256 

Booker, Elizabeth 

81 

317 

Brust, Donald 


94 

Bentz, Wesley 


375 

Bookter, Harold 


383 

Bryan, James 


385 

Bentzon, Jan 

256 

362 

Boots, Larry 


35 

Brymer, Bonnie 


309 

Bereitcr, Sallie 


327 

Bordwell, Phyllis 

36 

320 

Buboltz, Donna 


324 

Berg, Bonnie 

152 

329 

Borg, Rebecca 

212 

318 

Buchan, Sharon 


318 

Berg, Russell 


156 

Borovec, Duane 169 

190 

381 

Buchanan, Bruce 

63 

350 

Bergan, Ellen 


170 

Bosse, Herman 


35 

Buchanan, Carolyn 


105 

Bergan, Ole 

170 

242 

Bottemillcr, Everett 


93 


138 

329 

Berger, Donald 


359 

Botts, Kay 

58 

312 

Buchanan, Dale 


352 

Berger, Sally 

152 

308 

Bouchard, Marjorie 


314 

Buchanan, Mark 


28 

Berger, Susan 

140 

329 

Bouma, Rudolf 


170 

Buchanan, Thomas 

66 

138 

Bcrglund, Sandra 


326 

Bowen, Floyd 



164 

255 

350 

Bergsten, William 

154 

369 

Bower, Ronald 

151 

354 

Buck, Margacrt 109 

212 

336 

Bergstrom, Ann 


330 

Bowman, George 


34 

Buck, Merilce 175 

212 

327 

Bcrntsen, Karl 50 5 1 

354 

Boy, Della 


3 36 

Buckner, Vonna 


138 

Berry, Bradford 

35 36 38 

Boyd, Dor thy 


343 

Buckman, Roger 


371 


212 

347 

Boyd, Ronald 


372 

Buell, Carla 

56 

330 

Berry, William 

96 

i 98 

Boydston, Theodore 

87 98 

Bucss, Judith 


316 

99 100 

101 

152 


100 

381 

Buettner, Gerald 


382 

232 234 

254 

350 

Boylan, James 

233 

234 

Buhman, Neil 


60 

Bcrtholf, Richard 45 

136 

393 


237 

384 

Buik, Roberta 


341 

Bertoia, Don 

233 

256 

Braat, Benjamin 


383 

Buitenveld, Sally 

149 

309 

Bcrtramson, B. Rodney 

29 

Brackett, Lawrence 


373 

Bull, Emory 


91 

Berube, Florence 


341 

Braden, Norman 


23 

Bull, James 


66 

Betts, Attie 


43 

Bradbury, Betty 

178 

349 

Bullis, Bob 


178 

Betts, Gerald 

149 

349 

Bradford, Yolanda 


336 

Bumgarner, Richard 


109 

Bethani, Anastasia 


317 

Bradley, David 


384 

Bunch, Gary 

30 

363 

Bettas, George 

175 

372 

Bradley, Robert 


94 

Bundy, June 


343 

Bettys, Dolores 


59 

Bradway, Susan 

210 

211 

Bunge, Geraldine 


330 

Betz, Glenn 


35 

Brady, Terry 


63 

Bunnell, Paul 


352 

Bcvington, Jane 


320 

Brager, Nancy 


343 

Burch, Lawrence 


348 

Bevins, Daniel 


48 

Brake, Perry 

158 

366 

Burden, Charles 


38 

Beyersdorf, Paul 

164 

352 

Brandt, Sherry 

56 

316 

Burdick, Jesslyn 

155 

323 

Bhagat, Ishaquc 


366 

Brandt, Sharon 

73 

317 

Burger, Frances 


343 

Bibbins, Claudia 


31 

Brannon, Thelma 


178 

Burgess, Charles 


30 

Bickford, Monroe 


109 

Brant, Halsey 

151 

152 

Burgess, Sharon 

268 

318 


254 

366 

Brascl, Anna 

60 

212 

Burke, Barbara 

304 

330 

Biehl, Stewart 


381 

Bratton, Rosalcc 

212 

349 

Burke, Bertclla 


317 

Bicrbower, June 


178 

Brazeal, David 


349 

Burke, Janice 

97 

329 

Biggs, John 104 

241 

381 

Bready, Sue 


326 

Burke, Kathleen 210 

212 

341 

Biggs, Larry 

49 

► 50 

Breaker, Gary 


353 

Burke, Roberta 


147 

Billingsley, David 

34 36 

> 40 

Brcakey, Maryan 

149 

330 

Burkhardt, David 

32 

375 

Bingham, John 


94 

Brcakey, Winifred 


76 

Burleigh, James 


210 

Birch, Bonnie 


340 


139 

320 

Burnard, Clayton 


370 

Birdscll, Lee 


35 

Brehm, Mikcl 


309 

Burnard, John 


370 

Birdsell, Dale 


359 

Breitcn, Betty 


3 36 

Burnett, Richard 

71 

139 

Birgc, John 


393 

Brcitenfeldt, Robert 


58 

Burnham, Kent 

71 

168 

Birum, Ronald 


393 

Brclsford, Lloyd 

139 

373 


212 

366 

Bishop, Bruce 5 8 

153 

366 

Bremner, Bryan 138 

154 

346 

Burnham, Toni 


341 

Bisig, Arthur 


393 

Bremner, Marie 



Burns, Judith 


309 

Bissett, Roberta 


309 

Breshears, Marion 

31 

109 

Burrell, Debra 


340 

Bittcrling, Michael 


381 

Brewington, Carolyn 


340 

Burrell, Neil 


373 

Bjerkc, Gail 

175 

314 

Brickell, James 

32 

175 

Burrus, Jean 


304 

Bjornson, Barbara 


109 


356 

103 

Burton, Gertie 109 

212 

314 

Black, Walter 


359 

Bridge, Robert 


377 

Burton, Robert 

190 

350 

Blackmore, Virginia 

167 

320 

Bridges, William 


256 

Busch, Carol 


329 

Blain, Katherine 

206 

305 

Brierley, Roc 57 

158 

363 

Busche, Penny 

153 

336 

Blair, Deanna 


3 36 

Briggs, David 


35 

Bush, Lynn 


314 

Blair, Judith 


314 

Brines, Anita 105 

212 

341 

Bushaw, Donald 


137 

Blair, Robert 


366 

Brines, Larry 


385 

Busse, Roy 


383 

Blake, Ruth 


320 

Brink, Kenneth 


56 

Butler, Alfred 


375 

Blakeley, Jean 


340 

Brincken, Roland 


30 

Butler, Beryl 

151 

343 

Blakeley, Judy 


304 

Briscoe, Roger 6C 

1 65 

104 

Butler, Donald 

151 

190 

Blakely, Louis 

234 

359 


109 

363 


212 

353 

Blakely, Michael 30 41 

359 

Brislawn, Cynthia 


330 

Butler, Richard 134 

136 

362 

Blanchard, Artie 

81 

307 

Brislawn, Guy 


24 

Butts, James 


352 

Blanchard, Robert 


389 

Bristol, Walter 


25 

Buzard, Sharon 


307 

Rlandford, Barbara 

158 

343 

Brizendine, Shirley 

65 

142 

Buzzcll, Kenneth 


69 

Blank, Connie 


329 

210 

211 

324 

Byers, Karl 


89 

Blanton, William A. 

Jr. 

393 

Brocar, Lisa 


38 

Byers, Judy 

212 

327 

Bleasncr, William 

30 

175 

Brocckcl, Marlene 


314 




Blechschmidt, Lance 


347 

Bronson, Stephen 


346 

C 



Blew', Maryly 


318 

Brooks, Charles 


377 




Bilesner, Erwin 31 

190 

352 

Brookes, Edwin 32 

139 

366 

Cable, Michael 

156 

362 

Blicsner, Wayne 


359 

Brooks, William 


377 

Cady, Harriet 138 

166 

167 

Blinn, Leonard 


60 

Brotnov, David 


71 

Caldwell, James 


212 

Block,John 

83 

385 

Brous, Jerry 


377 

Caldwell, Michael 60 65 

154 

Blocklinger, Ronald 


262 

Brower, Beverly 


330 

168 

212 

391 

Blomgrcn, Stephen 

40 

393 

Brown, Barbara 


336 

Calhoun, Carol 


330 

Blomquist, Larry 


363 

Brown, Delbert 


51 

Calkins, Phvllis 65 

212 

340 

Blomquist, Sharon 

65 

143 

Brown, David 


346 

Call, Verle 


93 


210 

326 

Brown, Donald 


351 

Cameron, Alice 


330 

Bloom, Gerald 


391 

Brown, Ilcnc 


330 

Cameron, Andrew* 

182 

185 

Bloom, Geraldine 

51 

308 

Brown, Joanne 


330 

Cameron, Judith 


323 

Bloom, Ray 


385 

Brown, John 


389 

Cameron, Robin 


324 

Bluhm, George 

41 

96 

Brown, Marcia 

136 

330 

Camp, John 


156 


97 

355 

Brown, Neal 


62 

Canip, Merrill 

40 

355 

Blums, Kaspars 

246 

371 

Brown, Richard 

56 

393 

Campbell, Charles 


53 

Blymyer, Carole 


305 

Brown, Robert G. 


356 

Campbell, Cnrinne 


161 

Bobbitt, Dale 


188 

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56 

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180 

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348 

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391 

Campbell, Dorothy 

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141 

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359 

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211 

Campbell, Hugh 

233 

234 

Bodmer, Robert 

66 

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175 


238 

239 

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60 

212 

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76 

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234 

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212 

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30 

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172 

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Campbell, Riley 169 38 3 
Campbell, Robert 3 56 

Campbell, Verne 60 103 104 
109 162 363 
Cano, Francis 2 34 

Cannon, Shirley 63 68 163 
184 192 230 


Canque, Gene 
Camera, Angelo 
Can ton wine, Paul 
Capponi, Jim 
Capps, Wayne 
Caraher, Patrick 
Cardwell, John 
Carey, Barbara 
Carey, Thomas 
Carisen, Beverly 
Carlon, Michael 
Carlsberg, Donna 
Carlson, Ruth 
Carlson, Eric 


Carlson, Janet 61 160 341 


Carlson, John 
Carlson, Karen 
Carlson, Kim 
Carlson, Larry 
Carlson, Marilyn 
Carosclla, Paul 
Carr, Muriel 
Carpenter, James 

Carr, Gerald 


Chaplin, Bernard 
Chaplin, John 
Chaplin, Ronald 
Chapman, William 
Chamberlin, Robert 
Chariot, Robert 
Charbonneau, James 
Charles, Lenora 
Charlton, Paul 
Chase, Alfred 
Chase, Charles 
Chase, Delbert 
Chase, Florence 
Chase, Russell 
Chase, Karl 
Chase, Gary 89 24 5 363 
Chat ter ton, Eniss 
Chaudry, Mukhtar 
Chaussee, Francis 391 

Cheatham, Laura 57 160 304 
Chee, Wan 
Cheek, John 
Cheldelin, Neal 
Chesley, Sydney 


Clapham, William 
Clapp, Emory 
Clapp, Kenneth 
Clapp, Robert 
Clare, Jean 
Clark, B. Dave 
Clark, Claudette 
Clark, Dave 


190 369 
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31 393 
327 
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Crady, Patricia 

Craft, Mart 
Craggs, Jeffery 
Craig, David 
Craig, Judith 
Cramer, Gail 


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Deering, Jacqueline 

De Grasse, Merch 
De Jong, Dorothy 
Delaney, Grace 
Delaney, Kathleen 


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Dunn, J. Hubert 89 
Dunn, Virginia 
Dunning, Barbara 97 
Duprel, Roger 63 
Durall, Donald 
Duran, Servet 
Durant, Richard 
Durham, David 


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152 

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Delano, Bernice 


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212 

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76 

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Duskin, Gordon 


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267 

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Delich, Daryl 


362 

Dybing, Robert 


375 

Clark, Karl 191 

210 

212 

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Dyer, Billie 


304 

Clary, Peter 



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109 

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Demick, Duke 


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Croll, Linda 


309 

Dennis, Kathleen 

56 

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Eastlick, Margaret 


137 

Cleave, David 


63 

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Cromer, Alvis 71 97 

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Dennis, Melvin 


91 

Eastling, Barbara 


331 

Clcavcland, Charles 


386 

Cromer, Gary 

256 

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Denny, George 


151 

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137 

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Clem, Patricia 


187 

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Cronk, Gary 

57 

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Derkland, Betty 


343 


167 

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Clement, Marnell 

210 

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Crook, Guy 


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Cronk, Merrily 


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358 

Ebersnle, Linda 


316 

Clevenger, John 


25 

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Crook, Pat 

234 

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Devine, Michael 

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386 

Crosby, Michael 


378 


234 

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140 

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136 

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190 

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369 

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340 


Carroll, Sally 151 312 

Carter, Donald 382 

Carter, John 104 

Carter, Martha 3 36 

Carter, Stephan 151 385 
Cartony, F.velvn 1 52 1 57 329 
Carter, John 104 

Casey, Judith 320 

Casmier, Richard 372 

Case, William 149 

Cassidy, Michael 35 3 

Castle, Joanna 63 138 325 
Castleberry, H. Paul 
Catling, Diane 341 

Caughey, Brian 391 

Causey, Janice 149 309 

Cavanaugh, Duane 346 

Cayanus, Jo Ann 212 32 3 
Cearlock, Dennis 38 3 

Celmer, Norma 142 

Chakravartti, Ashis 359 

Chally, Paul 382 

Chambers, Elizabeth 1 5 3 3 30 
Chambers, Larry 371 

Chambers, Mildred 82 109 
Chandler,’Don 1 37 35 8 

Chang, Winfield 151 171 
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Clinkingbeard, Leslie 
Clinton, John 
Clodius, Carolee 
Cloherty, Patriica 
Clow, Jacqueline 
Coccionc, Marilyn 
Cochran, Faye 
Cochran, Gary 
Coddington, Charles 

Coe, Arden 
Coffin, M. Diane 
Coffin, Susan 
Cnffland, Jack 
Coiner, Vernon 
Colacinn, Dennis 


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Cole, Charles 
Coleman, Gary 
Coif, Sharon 
Colieary, Charles 
Colleran, Robert 2 3 3 2 34 
Collins, Gretchen 305 

Collins, Heber 5 1 

Collins, Nancy 307 

Colpitis, James 211 35 5 

Colyar, Janice 172 341 

Colyar, Lance 40 363 

Conant, Amy 59 109 314 
Coney, David 169 393 

Conine, Gerald 2 54 

Connell, Patricia 212 326 

Conner, Michael 382 

Conner, Dianne 3 12 

Connors, Timothy 2 34 

Conrad, Judith 309 

Conrad, Margie 206 212 340 
Conrady, Nancy 36 81 3 14 
Conrath, Clay 


Cross, Miriam 
Crossland, David 
Crouse, Shirlev 
Crowe, C. Richard 
Crowe, David 
Crowe, Virginia 
Croyle, Larry 
Crumpacker, Cam! 
Cruver, Sandra 
Culbertson, Roberta 
Culp, Randall 
Culp, Richard 
Culshaw, Mary 
Culver, Jo Ann 
Culver, Larry 
Cummins, Sandra 
Cummings, Carmelia 
Cupp, Sondra 
Curran, Susan 81 
Curry, Gerald 
Curtis, David 


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165 
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Diekison, Geraldine 3 37 

Dickson, David 3 1 3 3 36 
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Dickson, William 354 

Diercks, Robert 1 36 164 384 


83 
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Chew, J. Ana 3 30 

Chick, Robert 25 1 38 1 39 
Child, John 94 

Chisholm, Marilyn 1 57 304 

Chisholm, Susan 341 

Chorba, Dennis 381 

Chouinard, Carol 36 150 


Cook, Bruce 
Cook, Donald 
Cook, Micheal 
Cook, Shirley 
Cook, Terry 
Cook, William 
Coombs, Susan 
Coonrad, Daniel 

Cooper, Austin 
Cooper, Suzanne 
Coppins, Marilyn 
Copple, Richard 
Coppock, Lawrence 


391 
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392 
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Da Bell, Ralph 
Dacy, Donna 
Dagle, Gerald 

Dahl, Eric 
Dahlbcrg, Phyllis 
Dahlin, Anne 
Dahlstrom, Ruth 5 7 109 317 

Dahmcn, David 373 

Dakers, Janice 320 

D Alessandro, Joan 3 31 

Dale, Carole 341 

Daly, Clark 35 3 

Daly, Sharon 3 36 

Damon, Brenda 3 36 

Damon, Dwight 246 262 

Dana, Homer 42 

Daniels, Charles 1 52 164 35 1 

Daniels, Donald 1 38 38 3 
Danielson, Daniel 71 

Danquist, Gerald 366 

Dapper, Diane 34 3 

Dargan, Kathleen 175 

Darlington, Robert 91 

Daugherity, Reed 97 149 

152 358 

Davidson, Donald 37 3 

Davidson, Robert 212 362 

Davies, Lawrence 56 24 5 392 


Diesen, Charles 

Dietrich, Carol 
Dietrich, Eldon 
Digerud, Jan 
Dille, Paula 
Dilley, Marjorie 
Dillingham, Lloyd 
Dillman, Robert 
Dillon, Deanna 
Di Luzio, Marjorie 

Dirom, Neil 

Dixon, Donald 
Dixon, Helen 
Dixon, Larry 
Doan, Bonnie 
Doan, Thomas 
Dobriski, Joseph 
Dobson, Terrance 
Dodds, Douglas 
Dodge, Gary 
Dodge, Jeri 
Dodge, Paul 
Dodge, Thomas 
Dodgen, Harold 
Dods, Roberta 
Doepke, Paul 
Dolan, Richard 


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Copps, Kathleen 
Corbett, Joseph 
Cordas, David 
Cordeau, Winifred 
Cordell, William 
Cordcrinan, Gerald 
Cordon, David 61 68 98 99 
100 190 390 


389 


370 
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Davis, Brian 
Davis, Christine 
Davis, Daphne 
Davis, Jesse 
Davis, Kenneth 


49 50 
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Davis, Joanne 149 160 314 


Davis, Joseph 
Davis, Leslie 
Davis, Loren 


349 

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318 


Doneen, Anne 
Doneen, Dennis 
Doonan, Stephen 
Dormaier, John 
Dost, Donald 
Doty, Barbara 
Douglas, Barbara 
Douglas, Clark 
Douglas, Michael 
Douglas, Paula 
Douglass, James 
Doull, Saundra 
Doutriaux, Jean 
Dowie, Keith 
Dowler, Glenn 
Downen, Charles 
Downing, April 
Downen, Janet 
Downing, Joan 
Downing, Roland 
Draggoo, Jerome 
Dragoo, Janet 
Dreger, Sharon 
Drew, John 
Drew, Michael 


153 

160 

314 

Corkrqin, Catherine 


340 

Davis, Oliver 

212 389 

Driskill, Richard 


366 

Chrislean, Lorin 

233 

234 

Corliss, Mary 


151 

331 

Davis, Quentin 

379 

Drummond, Julie 

56 

314 

Christensen, Gerald 


373 

Cornelius, Jean 



316 

Davis, Richard 

363 

Drury, Laurence 


154 

Christensen, Nelson 


109 

Corsmo, Carolyn 


212 

34 3 

Davis, Rowland 

71 

Duchie, Wililam 


103 

Christian, Mavis 


314 

Costello, William 


151 

377 

Davis, William 

56 

Duenwald, Jeffrey 


38 

Christiansen, Fredric 


362 

Cotter, Betty 



331 

Dawson, Larry 

40 74 

Duemling, Jean 


314 

Christiansen, Nora 

212 

309 

Cottom, Doyne 



325 

Dawson, Linda 

331 

Duev, Charlene 


325 

Christiansen, Richard 


366 

Cotton, Nancy 


60 

109 

Dawson, Robert 

212 389 

Duff, Bart 



Christianson, Gloria 


314 



143 

314 

Day, Linda 197 

212 318 

Dufur, Leonard 


359 

Christie, Clyde 


385 

Couch, Robert 



49 

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317 

Dull, Karen 


306 

Christopher, Judy 


314 

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371 

Dayot, Maria 

170 

Dumas, Edwin 


358 

Christopher, Jean 


383 

Coulter, James 


44 

49 

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320 

Dunagan, Kathleen 


312 

Christopherson, R. D. 


375 

Courteau, Richard 


46 

3 84 

Dean, Gordon 

4 5 370 

Dunbar, Donald 

164 

390 

Chromoga, Linda 


330 

Courrier, Sharon 

76 

145 

307 

Dean, Susan 

336 

Duncan, Bonnie 


327 

Chrysler, Frederick 


366 

Cousins, William 



346 

Deardorff, Bobby 

47 50 51 

Duncan, Donald 


162 

Chrysler, Susan 

82 

309 

Cousyn, Jack Jr. 



373 

De Atley, Robert 

382 

Duncan, Kcrmit 

45 

393 

Chumbley, Gary 

35 

355 

Cox, Anita 135 158 

140 

320 

De Boer, Roland 

256 

Duncan, Mike 30 34 

40 

355 

Church, William 


349 

Cox, John 

73 

109 

391 

De Bord, Kenneth 

393 

Dunham, Fredrick 


382 

Churchill, Richard 


151 

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331 

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331 

Dunlap, Gretchen 


139 


210 

359 

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377 

Dechenne, Dale 

366 


167 

326 

Citron, Margaret 


3 36 

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71 

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138 329 

Dunn, Douglas 


386 


151 


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331 
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Edgerton, Lynne 
Edigcr, Raymond 
Fdlund, Ian 
Edwards, Dallas 
Edwards, David 
Edwards, L. Dean 
Edwards, Martha 
Egbert, John 
Egge, Audrey 
F.hle, Albert 
Eiseninan, Lloyd 
F.isses, Henrietta 
Ekencs, Joanne 
F.kstran, Diane 
F.kstran, Nelson 
Ekvall, Brent 
Elawad, Tahir 
Eldenburg, Paul 
Elder, James 
Elder, Jane 
F.lduen, Marlene 


Eliot, Blain 
Eller, Beverly 
Eller, Richard 

Ellingesn, Bruce 

Ellingson, Thea 
Ellingson, Margaret 
Ellington, Ronald — 

Elliott, Adelbert 48 50 363 
Ellis, Leslie 45 48 1 5 3 359 
Ellis, Michael 
Ellis, Patricia 
Ellis, Vickie 
Ellison, Nancy 
Ellison, Russell 
Elmore, Roberta 
Els, James 
Elsbury, Barbara 
Elsom, Donald 
Elsworth, David 
F.mcl, William 
Emerson, Barbara 
Emerson, Howard 
Emerson, Verne 


71 


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F.migh, Arthur 
Emigh, Stuart 
End res, Judith 
Ends ley, John 
Eng, Carol 
Engel, Reinhold 
Englehardt, Barbara 
Engelskjen, Jeffrey 
Engelstad, Tom 170 23 3 390 


England, Judith 
Engstrom, M. Christine 
Engstrom, Wayne 


Engvall, David 
Engvall, Karen 
Ennis, Donn 
Ensign, Gordon 
Ensminger, Douglas 
Ensniingcr, M. 
Ensor, David 
Enstrom, Carolyn 
Enzler, Jared 
Epton, Mary 
Epler, John 
F.rb, Darrell 
Erdahl, Judith 
Erickson, Anna 
F.ricksen, Betty 
Erickson, Delmert 


Erickson, Elmer 189 

Erickson, Gene 154 164 383 
Erickson, James 1 5 2 389 
Erickson, Joan 149 203 3 17 
Erickson, John 375 


Erickson, John 
Erickson, Kay 
Erickson, Llloyd 
F.ricson, Elvin 
Erlandson, Thomas 
Escott, Tom 
F.rstroni, Nancy 
Eslick, Gwendolyn 
F.speseth, Joanne 
Espinoza, Irene 
F.ssinger, Donald 
Estep, Darlene 
Estes, James 
F.svelt, Jack 
Esvelt, Larry 


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Eubanks, William 
F.ukcn, Edward 
Kuteneicr, John 
Evans, Arlene 
Evans, Arthur 
Evans, Betty 
Evans, Dennis 
Evans, Donna 
Evans, Douglas 
Evans, John 
Evans, Kenneth 
Evans, Loren 
Evans, Marilynn 
Evans, Mary 
Evans, Marlene 
Evans, Sharon 
F.venson, Wayne 
Everest, George 
Everest, Lloyd 
Evjen, Harold 
Ewing, Grace 
Ewing, John 
Ewing, Mary 
Eyre, David 
Ezell, James 


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Fabian, John 

96 

Fabian, William 

Failor, Mary 
Fairbanks, Donald 
Fairbanks, Earl 
Fairbanks, Marvin 
Fairbanks, Ralph 
Fairburn, Carol 
Fairweather, Linda 
Faletto, Richard 
Falkenhagcn, George 
Fallaha, Ahmed 
Fariss, Lani 
Farmer, Ross 
Farncr, Donald 
Farner, James 
Farmer, Carolyn 
Farrish, Margo 
Farver, Vicki 
Fasscro, Delona 81 
159 

Faulkner, Linda 
Favor, David 
Favor, Judith 
Fay, Sharonlce 
Feasley, Robert 
Feidcr, Gary 
Feider, Robert 
Feigum, Leon 
Feise, Jack 
Felgenhauer, Karl 

41 

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Felber, Richard 
Feller, Edwin 3 5 36 
Felstad, Roy 
Fenton, Carin 
Ferguson, Dwight 
Ferguson, Gary 
Ferguson, Judith A. 
Ferguson, Judith D. 
Ferguson, Kenneth 
Ferguson, Margaret 
Ferguson, Sharon 
Ferguson, William 
Fctzer, Frances 
Fick, Sally 
Field, Darlene 
Fiess, Dennis 
Finholm, Teddi 
Fink, Wynne 
Finley, Karen 
Finnigan, Brian 
Finnila, James 
Finniln, John 48 
Fischbach, Robert 
Fischer, Fred 
Fischer, George 
Fischer, Richard 
Fish, Larry 
Fish, Marilyn 
Fisher, Carol 
Fisher, Suzanne 
Fisher, Victor 
Fisk, Pamela 
Fitzpatrick, Douglas 
Fitzgerald, Madeline 
Fitzsimmons, Charles 


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Flaherty, Patricia 77 318 

Flanagan, Bruce 87 89 

242 363 

Flanagan, Rebekah 309 

Flannerv, Gary 87 *8? 

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Flcckenstein, Joyce 327 

Fleming, Philip 44 49 50 
Fleming, Richard 67 

Fletcher, Frances 1 37 326 

Fletcher, Homer 
Fletcher, James 
Flinn, Joanne 
Flinn, John 
Flint, Charles 


Floch, Vaden 


393 

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393 

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I 37 

323 

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331 

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175 

309 

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256 

347 

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32 

381 

Fogle, Janet 


317 

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45 

375 

Follett, Donald 


386 

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343 

Forrey, Frances 


306 

Forsberg, Dianne 

153 

343 

Forsberg, Steven 


369 

Forslund, Mary 87 

268 

326 

Forster, Edward 

31 

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41 

355 

Forsyth, Thomas 


93 

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331 

Fosburg, Kathleen 


331 

Fosseen, William 


383 

Fosshage, Sandra 

212 

337 

Foster, Carol 138 

172 

314 

Foster, George 


369 

Foster, Leslie 


30 

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325 

Fox, James 


347 

Fox ton, Donna 

142 

331 

Foy, Yvonne 

77 

109 

160 

161 

306 

Fragner, Ronald 104 

135 

366 

Francis, Liane 


331 

Francone, Donald 


57 


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Franklin, Glen 

67 

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Franklin, Virginia 


60 


212 

314 

Franzen, Willa 6 3 

138 

326 

Fraser, Sheila 61 

268 

327 

Fray, Charlotte 

82 

325 

Frazer, Gerald 


38 

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1 41 

369 

Fred, Sheryl 


340 

Fredrickson, Sylvia 


105 


212 

307 

Freeburn, Bruce 

152 

364 

Freeman, Kenneth 

59 

104 

Freese, Barbara 

140 

310 

Freese, Robert 

180 

360 

Freimuth, Douglas 


360 

French, C. Clement 


232 

French, Earnest 


32 

French, Richard 

256 

375 

Frey, Barry 


389 

Friauf, Charles 


234 

Fridell, Kathy 


331 

Friden, Bruce 


363 

Friel, John B. 


192 

Friel, John M. 60 65 

358 

Frisby, Bob 


69 

Frisch, Gloria 

212 

337 

Fritts, Suzanne 


310 

Frost, Dorothy 


312 

Frost, Richard 


352 

Frost, William 

71 

352 

Frostad, Don 


369 

Frucci, Dominic 


350 

Fuller, Darel 

66 

356 

Fuller, John 


360 

Fuller, Priscilla 158 

172 

318 

Fuller, Thomas 

49 

363 

Fullerton, Jerold 


94 

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151 

316 

Fulton, Robert 


373 

Fulmer, William 


3 79 

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170 

341 

Furness, Carol 


317 

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Gabbert, Nathtan 


94 

Gabrielsen, Lee 

212 

373 

Gaines, Michael 


369 

Galer, Gretchcn 


323 

Galgan, M. Walter 


38 

Gallagher, John 

71 

1 96 

98 

100 

389 

Gallagher, Kenneth 


93 

Galligan, Glen 

86 

232 

Gallemore, Sandra 


337 

Gallup, Gordon 


382 

Gallwey, Mrs. Mary 


139 

Gamon, Susan 


326 

Ganson, Marilyn 
Gandhi, Bipinchandra 

161 

316 


170 

Gardner, James 


370 

Gardner, Lawrence 


362 

Garmann, Gary 


373 

Garmo, Sharon 


326 


Garner, Dixon 


3 89 

Garnsey, Frederick 

212 

393 

Garrison, James 


49 

Gasaway, Judith 

109 

172 

Gaspard, Nancy 

67 

312 

Gates, Thomas 

60 

210 


211 

36 3 

Gauch, David 


71 

Gaudy, Carolyn 


327 

Gawne, Sheila 

73 

331 

Gay, Wendy 

67 

337 

Geary, Jim 


93 

Gcbhard, Beverly 


306 

Gee, Robert 1 37 

212 

369 

Geer, Janies 


366 

Gehrmann, Gery 

234 

389 

Geil, James 


360 

Gclbach, Ralph 


141 

Gelder, Allen 


151 

Gentry, Herman 


360 

Genardine, Kathleen 


310 

George, Barbara 


304 

George, John 39 40 41 

347 

Gerleinan, Phillip 


382 

Celtics, Jo 

57 

308 

Celtics, John 58 69 

381 

Gettman, Norma 

65 

143 


210 

331 

Ghazanfar, Shaikh 


3 86 

Giachino, Robert 


234 

Giacomazzi, Robert 


94 

Ciard, Barton 

212 

384 

Giarde, Nancy 

143 

331 

Gibb, Douglass 

Gibbs, Dorothy 

89 

245 

Gibson, Catherine 


341 

Gibson, Judith 


312 

Gibson, Milton 


360 

Gibson, Susan 


317 

Giboney, Carol 149 

167 

323 

Gies, Michael 


363 

Giese, Janice 59 

109 

343 

Giese, Paul 1 54 2 3 3 

262 

372 

Giese, Robert 


188 

Gilbert, Howard 

30 40 41 

Gilbreath, Margaret 


331 

Gilby, Diane 


318 

Gildehaus, Gerald 

104 

355 

Giles, Barbara 


326 

Giles, Roger 89 168 

245 

373 

Gilkey, Lorene 


331 

Gill, Elsie 


340 

Gill, Larry 


384 

Gill, Ronald 


356 

Gillespie, James 


351 

Gillio, Patricia 

175 

337 

Gillis, Murlin 


94 

Gilman, John 


360 

Girsberger, Loren 


362 

Gizinski, Betty 

36 

331 

Gladder, Gail 

157 

160 


212 

326 

Glaze, Gary 


78 

Gleason, Diana 2 11 

212 

327 

Gleason, Gary 

36 

386 

Gleason, George 

89 

104 


242 

353 

Glenn, Michaele 


304 

Glenn, Sandra 


318 

Glover, Dianne 


310 

Gluth, Clara 


310 

Goble, Wendy 

137 

155 

157 

308 

Godsil, Paul 

49 

175 

Goeller, John 


371 

Goeminer, Carol 


77 

Goemmer, Charles 


30 

Goettel, Robert 

73 

3 89 

Goetz, lone 

152 

161 

Goggin, Joyce 


93 

Goldade, Allen 

156 

383 

Goldfinch, Connie 


341 

Goldsworthy, Harry 


370 

Gongwer, Judith 


327 

Goodner, Joanna 


317 

Goodsell, Charles 

183 

386 

Gordon, Judith 149 

158 

337 

Gordon, Gary 


93 

Gordon, Robert 


347 

Gorman, Roger 


241 

Gorton, Catherine 


201 

Gotham, Betty 61 

155 

317 

Gould, John 

62 

109 

Gould, Walter 

175 

360 

Gowler, Kathleen 

63 

331 

Graber, James 


370 

Grabner, Carol 

59 

343 

Grabner, Louise 


211 

Grace, Neil 60 65 

212 

Grace, Richard 

32 

! 37 

Gradwohl, Judy 


314 

Grady, Irene 

142 

161 

167 

324 

Grafious, Judith 


312 

Grafton, Donald 51 

175 

372 

Graham, Jason 48 71 

362 

Graham, Judith 

155 

340 

Granger, Guy 

47 

104 

Grant, Darroll 


38 

Grant, David 


358 

Grant, Donald 


142 

Grant, Jack 


93 

Grant, John 

30 

362 

Grant, Lawrence 


151 

Graves, Scott 


384 


Graves, Sharon 


304 

Graves, Rose 


109 

Gray, Georgia 


82 

Greco, Diane 


312 

Green, John 


375 

Green, Mari lee 


320 

Green, Richard 


363 

Green, Roberta 


312 

Green, Ronald 


234 

Green, William 


393 

Greene, James 


381 

Greenfield, Eric 


58 

Greenfield, E. 


42 

Greenfield, Peggy 

57 

109 

Greenwalt, Neil 44 

49 

352 

Green way, Nancy 

67 

312 

Grecnwcll, Burton 


93 

Greenwood, Ndda 


331 

Gregory, Charles 

49 

> 50 


140 

383 

Grell, Linda 


341 

Greig, James 2 3 3 

234 

369 

Grey, Vera 


310 

Gribble, David 


9 3 

Griffen, Margaret 


337 

Griffin, Robert 

58 

363 

Griffith, Vern 


384 

Grimes, Donna 


314 

Grimes, Patricia 

167 

325 

Grimseth, Linda 
Griner, Loretta 


318 

Grobstok, Hans 


384 

Grosshans, Henry 


141 

Grossman, Carol 38 

262 

327 

Grosso, Georgia 


151 

Grove, Karen 

172 

331 

Groves, Bruce 


349 

Groves, Robert 

77 

362 

Grow', Ronald 


367 

Gruber, James 31 

40 

375 

Gruhl, Richard 


367 

Grunwald, Gerald 


71 

Guay, Judith 


343 

Guess, Gloria 

142 

340 

Guess, Robert 154 

164 

390 

Guggcnbickler, Gail 

60 65 


210 

340 

Guglomo, Richard 


371 

Gulliford, James 


370 

Gunnn, Linley 

66 

360 

Gunderson, William 


362 

Gunning, Kermit 


40 

Gusseck, David 

109 

354 

Gust, Larry 

212 

383 

Gustafson, Karen 


206 


308 

331 

Gustafson, Richard 89 96 97 

138 

154 

232 

Gustafson, Toby 

67 

137 

175 

386 

Gustafson, Vernon 


346 

Gustin, Alexander 


383 

Gutemey, Elizabeth 

212 

331 

Guthrie, Frances 


326 

Guthrie, John 


70 

Guthrie, Richard 


91 

Gyselman, James 


363 


H 


Haager, Hiltrud 

170 

329 

Haatveit, Geir 

170 

381 

Habberstad, John 50 5 1 

109 

Habernian, Julie 


324 

Hacker, Sidney 


55 

Haddock, Harold 


233 


234 

262 

Hadley, James 

151 

346 

Hagen, Elizabeth 36 

151 

320 

Haggblom, Suzanne 


323 

Hahn, Fletcher 

94 

371 

Hahn, Richard 143 

210 

211 

Hahn, Stanley 

175 

372 

Haldi, John 

63 

1 65 

210 

211 

352 

Haldi, Richard 

262 

350 

Hall, Bettie 


318 

Hall, Morris 


393 

Hall, Nancy 

105 

340 

Hall, Patricia 

109 

136 


155 

317 

Hall, Phillip 


362 

Hall, Sharon 


317 

Hall, Victor 66 

210 

21 1 

Hall, William 61 

190 

374 

Halladay, Fred 

156 

370 

Hallccn, Richard 


246 

Hallett, Joel 


358 

Hallett, Russell 


83 

Halliday, Meta 


331 

Halsey, Janet 


321 

Halstenrud, William 

154 

371 

Ham, Gary 97 

168 

384 

Hamilton, Carolyn 


326 

Hamm, Sharon 


317 

Hamm, William 

156 

390 

Hammond, Clarence 


48 

Hammons, Merrily 


321 

Hander, Mary 

59 

331 

Hancll, Virginia 


343 

Haner, Ronald 


369 

Hannukaine, Judy 

77 

340 

Hannus, Robert 

137 

371 

Hansel, Frances 


308 

Hansen, Bcrnt 

138 

149 


Hansen, Donald 


109 

Hansen, Gerald 


386 

Hansen, Gaylen 


305 

Hansen, Joan 

151 

321 

Hansen, Leroy 


49 

Hansen, Mary 


312 

Hanson, Barbara 


312 

Hanson, Bernard 

136 

364 

Hanson, Carolec 
Hanson, Carolyn 7 3 


151 

241 

332 

Hanson, Emma 


332 

Hanson, Lavonne 


321 

Haquc, Azecz 


170 

Harbord, Karen 


321 

Harden, Judy 


310 

Harder, Adolf 


91 

Harder, Christine 

175 

3 32 

Harder, Cordell 


246 

Hardin, Dennis 


1 37 

Hardisty, Ann 


333 

Haring, Norma 

212 

304 

Hargrove, Tommy 


49 

Harkness, Diane 

157 

324 

Harkema, Sandra 


332 

Harmon, Herbert 


56 

Harmon, Wayne 


367 

Harms, Michael 


94 

Harness, Albert 


367 

Harp, Robert 

71 

109 

Harper, Jerry 


49 

Harper, Perry 


234 

Harpster, Sara 


318 

Harrington, Charles 

71 

358 

Harrington, Dean 


367 

Harrington, James 

71 

358 

Harris, Donavon 


386 

Harris, Edward 


94 

Harris, Emma 


80 

Harris, James A. 


367 

Harris, James C. 


170 

Harris, James P. 


170 

Harris, Jane 


136 

Harris, Kathleen 


312 

Harris, Maralyn 


324 

Harris, Marjorie 


332 

Harris, Ross 


367 

Harris, Sara 62 

109 

3 26 

Harris, Susan 

68 

190 

Harris, Wayne 


73 

Harrison, Burt 


26 

Harrison, Joan 

157 

307 

Harrison, Lynn 

267 

332 

Harrop, Katie 

174 

343 

Harsh man, Marv 

246 

247 

Hart, Martha 34 

175 

341 

Hart, Michael 

175 

372 

Hart, Thomas 149 

175 

372 

Harting, Jackie 

36 

314 

Hartman, Mary 
Hartmeier, Marilyn 
Hartmeier, Robert 


40 

Hartung, Lucile 
Harvey, Silva 


321 

Harvie, Robert 


69 

Hasegawa, Shin 


171 

Haskell, Robert 


91 

Haskins, Sharon 


327 

Has lie, Francis 


94 

Hatch, Judith 


68 

Hatch, P. Bruce 
Hatch, Stanley 


349 


349 

Hatch, William 


51 

Hatfield, Robert 

87 

383 

Hathorn, Mary 

77 

307 

Hatley, Ronnie 


386 

Halt, Jon 

31 

355 

Hatten, Robert 44 49 

364 

Hauff, Mary 


307 

Haug, Barbara 


212 

Haugen, Elizabeth 

57 

137 

160 

310 

Haugen, Lcilia 

149 

324 

Haugen, Lu 159 

160 

324 

Haugwitz, Rudiger 

64 

170 

Haun, Julie 


321 

Hawkins, Sharon 


314 

Hawn, Arthur 

60 

360 

Haworth, Ruth 


337 

Hay, Mary 


329 

Hayden, Carroll 138 

141 

142 

143 

212 

382 

Hayes, David 


346 

Hayes, Dorothy 


332 

Hayes, Robert 


350 

Hayes, Samuel 


364 

Hayes, Sandra 

63 

340 

Haynes, Barbara 


38 

Havncs, Gary 

40 41 

Hayward, Wesley 


109 

Headrick, Euritha 

212 

341 

Heady, Linda 

211 

332 

Healv, Kristine 


341 

Heath, Robert 


369 

Heathman, John 

31 38 

1 41 


103 

385 

Heathman, Richard 


386 

Hebb, Lanna 

172 

3 32 

Hebner, Dennis 


212 

Hecht, Adolph 


53 

Hecker, Donna 


314 

Heckman, James 


138 

Heffron, Alan 


109 

Hegman, Barbara 

97 

314 

Hegseth, Jack 48 66 

351 

Hcidenreich, Ann 


81 

Heim, Henry 


374 


Heimbigner, Lewis 

364 

Heimbigner, Leland 

364 

Heimkes, Willard 

212 373 

Hein, Judith 

181 332 

Heinbaugh, Carol 

343 

Heiudselman, Arthur 

210 

Hcindselman, Evertt 

93 

Heitman, Doris 

109 314 

Helander, Elizabeth 

321 

Helander, Nancy 

268 327 

Helgestad, Dag 

51 389 

Hclphrey, Janet 

318 

Helphrey, John 

352 

Hclsby, Suzanne 

161 

Hemingway, Linda 

172 

H emeu way, Jann 

36 327 

Hernmert, M3X 

375 

Henden, Alma 

337 

Henderson, Truth 

332 

H end rev, George 

140 362 

Hendricks, Llewellyn 

375 

Hendrickson, Jack 

350 

Hendrickson, Judith 

215 323 

Hendrickson, J. K. 

267 310 

Hcng, Terrence 

48 

Hengcn, Edward 

40 

Hcnkle, Sharon 

314 

Henning, Joanne 

61 174 
206 324 

Henning, Roger 

174 369 

Henrich, Dian 

337 

Henry, Barbara 

77 324 

Henry, Elizabeth 

77 

Henry, Jean 

151 326 

Henry, Kathleen 

324 

Henry, M. Gretchen 

137 

Henry, Mark 210 

212 374 

Henry, Nancy 

77 

Henson, Ebeth 

56 341 

Heppell, Stephen 

393 

Herbst, Bryce 

378 

Hergert, Gerald 

109 364 

Herman, Marcia 

59 3 32 

Herman, Terry 

392 

Hermanson, Robert 

373 

Her res, Alice 

82 175 
268 343 

Herrin, Martin 

175 372 

Herrington, David 

164 391 

Herrington, Jon 

362 

Herrington, Julie 

140 324 

Herron, Tom 65 

Hershey, Gary 

210 211 

349 

Herzcclle, Vernon 

49 50 

Hesse, Barbara 138 

181 340 

Hett, Nancy 

62 

Hiatt, Terry 

391 

Hickey, Carole 

304 

Hicks, Donald 

391 

Hicks, Maynard 

34 

Hicks, Phyllis 

210 305 

Hickstcin, Hans 

6 3 354 

Hiebert, Arnold 

32 39 41 

Higgins, Daniel 

175 372 

Higgins, Vincent 

3 56 

Higginbotham, Ronald 364 

Highland, Carl 

68 96 
189 190 

Hilborn, Day 

49 50 

Hildebrand, Denise 

326 

Hildcn, Robert 

350 

Hilderbrand, Delia 

212 

Hill, Alfred 

164 

Hill, Anna 

321 

Hill, Barbara 

137 305 

Hill, Bevcrlee 

152 305 

Hill, Boyd 

32 39 43 

Hill, Carolyn 137 

153 321 

Hill, Everrett 

91 

Hill, Joseph 

140 383 

Hill, Judith 

81 332 

Hill, Rosalyn 

157 306 

Hill, William 

367 

Hilliard, Roy 

71 381 

Hillis, Bobbie 

314 

Hilmo, Per 

346 

Hill, Deane 

48 

Hilty, Caroline 

212 314 

Hinckley, James 

384 

Hinkley, William 

378 

Hirschel, Robert 

30 35 

Hirzcl, David 

49 50 

97 

140 358 

Hite, Kanen 

318 

Hixon, Joanne 

332 

Hjnrth, Anneliese 

170 

Hobbs, Janet 

316 

Hobkirk, James 

370 

Hodge, Margaret 

332 

Hofer, Patricia 

77 155 
160 307 

Hofer, Terrance 

362 

Hofmann, Larry 

367 

Hofmeister, Andree 

157 325 

Hogg, Moira 

340 

Hogg, Robbie 

256 384 

Hoglund, John 

234 372 

Hogue, Gary 

346 

Hohenschuh, Paul 

356 

Hohman, Wayne 

381 

Hoien, John 

358 

Hoien, Robert 

233 234 

Hoit, Sally 

314 

Hokanson, Twila 

82 323 

Holdcrness, Sue 151 

210 316 

Holert, Marilyn 174 

180 306 


Hollenback, Marlene 67 321 


Hollingworth, Jack 364 

Hollingsworth, K. J. 3 37 

Hollingsworth, Robert 390 
Holm, Apryl 325 

Holm, Edward 57 393 

Holman, Dave 32 39 

153 393 

Holmes, James 65 

Holmquist, Allan 378 

Holmquist, John 210 37 3 

Holmquist, Karen 3 37 

Holt, David 44 5 1 38 1 

Holt, Gilbert 140 367 

Holt, Jack 170 

Holt, Lyle 30 360 

Holte, Kirby 356 

Holway, William 104 

Honaker, La Nelle 1 52 3 17 
Honn, Nancy 1 38 3 12 

Honsinger, Kay 34 3 

Hood, George 1 39 1 58 198 
Hood, Mary 172 325 

Hood, Nancy ' 321 

Hood, Rosemary 267 32 5 
Hoofnagle, Dennis 394 

Hoofnagle, Keith 192 394 
Hook, Susan 65 142 212 
Hook, Wendy 312 

Hooper, Kenneth 15 3 364 
Hoopes, Schuyler 45 

Hoots, Rita 3 37 

Hopf, Theodore 1 54 370 
Hopper, Carolyn 212 

Hopper, Janet 325 

Horn, Jimmy 374 

Horn, Jerry 151 390 

Horne, Michael 374 

Horne, Wilson 93 

Horner, Isla 

Hoskinson, Robert 70 

Hougan, Karen 212 318 

Hougland, David 96 97 374 

Hougland, Ellen 63 329 

Hougland, James 352 

Houle, Frank 94 

House, Larry 390 

Hove, Elinor 212 

Hovrud, Emil 375 

Howard, Edmund 
Howard, Evelyn 3 37 

Howard, Lloyd 

Howard, Marian 87 

Howard, Richard 61 190 349 

Howe, Jeanne 109 304 

Howe, Karen 341 

Howell, John 382 

Howell, Michael 40 

Howell, Richard 30 

Hoy, Ronald 109 

Huang, Joseph 170 

Huard, Sharon 312 

Hubal, Barbara 142 310 

Hubenthal, John 49 50 

Huber, Gary 64 66 

Huber, Robert 32 

Hudson, Stephen 164 

Huebner, William 95 

Huggins, Lawrence 210 

Huggins, Richard 370 

Hughbanks, Linda 77 326 

Hughes, Linda 142 332 

Huisingth, Harvey 212 

Huisingh, Kaye 212 

Humes, Paul 38 386 

Humphreys, Calvin 94 

Humphrey, John 38 3 S5 

Humphries, John Wni. 44 374 

Humphries, John J. 392 

Hunt, Delbert 94 386 

Hunt, Thomas 190 389 

Hunter, Fred 156 390 

Hunter, Katherine 314 

Huntington, Jeffery 1 56 347 
Huntley, Gail 310 

Hurd, Clinton 366 367 

Hurd, Donna 210 212 

Hurd, Jon 156 354 

Hurd, Robert 367 

Hurley, Jeanne 67 

Husa, Martha 314 

Hutchison, Joan 175 

Hutton, Robert 378 

Hyatt, Linda 318 

Hyde, Fred 1 37 164 384 
Hyden, Donald 62 178 

Hylton, David 46 48 50 

51 162 


Ibrahim, Jack 170 

Ice, Dannie 394 

Ice, Donna 3 37 

Ike, Norma 73 321 

Ike, Patricia 321 

Ikstrums, Mr. Janis 24 

Intel, Gary 370 

Immel, Allen 44 

Indridson, Marla 212 

Ingham, Linda 321 

Irwin, Beverly 3 32 

Irwin, Ronald 382 

Irwin, Sihrley 306 

Isenhart, D. Robert 9 3 

Iverson, Mary 304 

Iverson, Norman 212 


399 








J 



Johnston, Don 



Kikendall, Annelta 


318 

Kropf, Joseph 

375 

Le Master, Dale 


362 

Lugenbeel, Lucile 


317 




Johnston, Edna 



Kildahl, Linda 


321 

Krueger, Charles 

136 

Lemaster, Dennis 71 

104 

362 

Luke, Peter 


49 

jacklln, Doyle 54 40 41 

347 

Johnston, Elsie 


109 

Kilgore, Carol 152 

182 

306 

Kiununel, Maradel 

155 340 

Lembke, Miller 

140 

152 

Lund, Ruth 


333 

jacklin, Lois 

97 

337 

Johnston, Raymond 


91 

Killgore, Joan 


318 

Kuelpe, Sondra 

332 

154 

164 

390 

Lundberg, Charles 


212 

Jackman, Georganne 


157 

Johnston, William 


40 

Kirn, Yung 


51 

Kuest, Aaron 

387 

Lemery, James 

164 

232 

Lundy, Janice 


325 


161 

323 

Joiner, Judi 


327 

Kimball, Robert 


383 

Kuhling, May 

332 

233 

246 

383 

Lundy, Lewis 


48 

Jackman, Raymond 


578 

Jolin, Dorothy 

87 

327 

Kimball, Thomas 


151 

Kuhn, Nancy 

340 

Lcmke, Arthur 


381 

Lungo, Douglas 


360 

Jackson, Craig 

155 

386 

Jones, Billy 


58 

Kimbrough, Charles 

149 

152 

Kuhnhauscn, Buckley 

140 362 

Lemon, Carol 59 68 

134 

324 

Lunnum, Margaret 


188 

Jackson, Douglas 


94 

Jones, Charles 


137 

164 

212 

3 84 

Kuhta, Robert 

49 

Lengel, Dianna 

175 

337 

Lunnum, Ronald 


374 

Jackson, Gordon 

67 

394 

Jones, Daniel 

241 

372 

Kimzey, Karen 

199 

329 

Kuiper, Bradford 

190 390 

Lensscn, Marlin 49 

151 

355 

Luper, David 


375 

Jackson, Jerry 


58 

Jones, Del 

151 

350 

Kinch, Norma 


343 

Kulm, Gerald 

164 

Leonard, Margaret 


328 

Lust, Michael 


349 

Jackson, John 

152 

371 

Jones, Dennis 


349 

Kinder, Sharon 87 

268 

332 

Kumpula, John 

30 

Leonard, William 


371 

Lyall, Lois 

167 

343 

Jackson, Judith 


321 

Jones, Diana 


318 

King, Carlenc 


332 

Kuntze, Lawrence 

379 

Le Pcre, Louise 


321 

Lvbccker, Donald 

30 

) 33 

Jackson, Marilyn 

175 

332 

Jones, Grant 

78 

367 

King, James 

140 

364 

Kunz, Jeanne 

172 317 

Lcschner, Carol 


315 

34 41 109 

162 

347 

Jackson, Peggy 


310 

Jones, John 

40 

360 

King, Margo 


326 

Kunz, Lawrence 

34 38 

Leschner, Diane 


93 

Lydic, Curtis 


65 

Jacobs, Judith 


332 

Jones, Judy 


212 

King, Nancy 


337 

Kupers, Kathryn 

152 305 

Lessig, Carolyn 

212 

328 

Lyle, Duane 


48 

Jacobsen, Carole 


327 

Jones, Katherine 


329 

King, Nikki 137 

149 

332 

Kurth, Donald 

394 

Lester, Wendy 


317 

Lyman, William 


35 

Jacobsen, Margaret 


151 

Jones, Lynda 

192 

343 

King, Peter 


371 

Kurtz, Robert 

48 

Leu, Suzanne 


310 


151 

347 


211 

312 

Jones, Linda 


327 

King, Phebc 


337 

Kusaka, Marianne 

337 

Levar, Judith 


212 

Lynch, Raymond 


354 

Jacobsen, Michal 

211 

360 

Jones, Margaret 

81 

308 

King, Rex 


48 

Kylen, Bonnie 

332 

Levitt, Jesse 


67 

Lynn, Marianne 

167 

333 

Jacobson, Jon 

46 50 

Jones, Meredith 174 

206 

304 

King, Richard 


370 

Kyte, Katherine 

137 

Lewis, Allen 


40 





175 

372 

Joneschild, Edward 

66 

350 

King, Ronald 

170 

364 



Lewis, Darrell 

41 

387 

M 



Jacobson, Karen 

156 

308 

Jordan, Kenneth 

46 48 

King, Sally 


332 

L 


Lewis, Bert 


374 




Jacobson, Marlene 

67 

310 

Jorgensen, Valerie 


66 

King, Stanley 


364 



Lewis, Gregory 


351 

McAboy, David 


369 

Jacobson, Mar)’ 

175 

332 

Joy, Ruth 


332 

Kinghorn, Dale 


94 

Labbcrton, Loci 

51 98 

Lewis, Jimmy 


39 

McAfee, John 

89 

245 

Jacobsen, Raymond 


95 

Joyce, Ellis 

40 

375 

Kinnaman, James 


386 


164 370 

Lewis, Lynn 

152 

373 

McAtee, Laurence 


357 

Jacobson, Thomas 


394 

Judy, Frederick 


350 

Kinney, Robert 


391 

Labberton, William 

355 

Lewis, Linda J. 


310 

McBeth, David 66 

142 

347 

Jacobson, Van 

40 

355 

Juneman, Robert 44 49 

394 

Kirk, Gary 


367 

La Belle, Maurice 

67 

Lewis, Linda K. 


324 

McBride, Jerry 


364 

Jacoby, Duane 


63 

Jung, Dietrich 


394 

Kirkcndall, Preston 


364 

Labnunty, Robert 

93 

Lewis, Robert E. 


360 

McBride, Judith 


137 

Jacques, Ivan 

164 

347 

Jurgcnsen, Patricia 


343 

Kirkland, Gordon 


175 

Ladley, Joseph 

94 

Lewis, Robert M. 


92 

McBride, Paul 


40 

Jacroux, George 89 

245 

373 

Just, Amanda 


65 


256 

375 

Lafferty, Patricia 

152 340 

Lew'is, Vivien 

167 

182 

McCabe, Jennifer 


343 

Jaeger, James 

40 

367 




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Mansfield, Michael 


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Meyn, David 


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Mnranl, Judith 


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Mansour, Nasser 


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Michael, Glenn 


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Morris, H. 

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Manville, Barbara 


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256 

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Morris, Sandra 


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Morrison, Barbara 


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Marker, Christopher 


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Michaelsen, Suzanne 


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Michel, Frederick 


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Norris, Deimar 

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Northrup, Catherine 

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Patterson, Jane 

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Mussettcr, Rebecca 


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Nurse, Bruce 

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Patterson, Jeannette 


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Myatt, Marilyn 


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Nye, Ramona 

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Patterson, Norman 


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Myhre, Arlene 


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Nyhus, Virginia 

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Pattie, Gale 


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Myhre, Douglas 


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Paulon, David 


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Nagle, John 


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Paulson, David 


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Oberg, Jan 

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Nakarna, Florence 


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Payton, Rodney 

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Nalder, Nancy 60 65 

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Nance, Marvin 


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O’Connel, Janies 

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O’Connor, Michael 

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Pearson, Eriann 


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O’Dell, Patricia 

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212 

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172 

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168 

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105 

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212 319 

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172 

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155 

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521 

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99 

101 

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151 305 

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334 

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584 

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367 

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351 

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62 

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72 

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94 

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306 212 

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158 

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319 

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164 

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376 

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109 

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355 

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206 

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56 

567 

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158 

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575 

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555 

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313 

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334 

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389 

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144 

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334 

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212 

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174 394 

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109 


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339 

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156 

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373 

Walker, Polly 


68 

Walker, Ralph 


348 

Walker, Robert 


262 

Walker, Warren 


355 

Wall, Bonnie 


335 

Wall, Donald 72 

212 

394 

Wall, Eline 


342 

Wall, Thomas 

103 

350 

Wallace, Barbara 


340 

Wallace, Donna 


381 

Wallace, Keith 


381 

Wallingford, Gail 


335 

Walsh, Mary 


316 

Walter, Carol 


335 

Walter, Donald 


64 

'Valter, Elmer 

210 

211 

Walter, Rosnnne 


311 

Walters, Peter 


361 

Walters, Rowen 

158 

328 

Walther, Donald 4 5 

49 

384 

Walton, Bruce 

186 

381 

Walton, James 


384 

Walton, Nancy 


328 

Wamsley, Ronald 

212 

358 

Wannamaker, Judith 


335 

Ward, Judith 


335 

Ward, Richard 

48 

1 72 

Wardell, Wendell 


374 

Warfield, Julie 


339 

Warne, Gary 


361 

Warnell, Gail 

97 

323 

Warnke, Ruth 


140 

VVarnock, Susan 

212 

335 

Warren, Judith 


342 

Warwick, Nancy 

64 

315 

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211 

Watson, Cal 


215 

Watson, Marleen 

141 

143 

Watson, Sherman 


384 

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61 

353 

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67 

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319 

Webb, Everett 


35 

Webb, Frank 35 

41 

376 

Webb, Max 


212 

Webb, Judith 


344 

Webb, Marylouise 

65 

212 

Webb, Ruth 

212 

313 

Webber, Curtis 

45 

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98 

100 

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365 

Weber, Janice 

82 

308 

Webert, Donald 


92 

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335 

Wegner, Anne 


311 

Wehmhoefer, Larry 


48 

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342 

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335 

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374 

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94 

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307 

212 

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61 

342 

Weissenborn, Mary 

161 

304 

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388 

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167 

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368 

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64 

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154 

352 

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380 

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45 

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51 

346 

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97 

99 


100 

382 

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55 

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152 

353 

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87 

389 

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171 

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368 

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350 

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143 

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374 

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89 

369 

Werkau, Becky 


304 

Wermuth, Albert 


66 

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380 

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35 

368 

Weskil, Rogert 


368 

Wcsselius, Allen 

36 

347 

Wessel, John 


376 

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316 

West, Carolyn 

82 

326 

West, Hary 

65 

104 


233 

234 

West, Judith 


340 

West, Karen 

158 

313 

West, Mary 


109 

West, Ralph 


390 

West, Robert 


381 

Westall, William 

143 

380 

Westberg, DeWitt 


68 


190 

365 

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140 


165 

212 

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142 

335 

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136 

146 


152 

358 

Westfall, Gerald 

175 

372 

Westman, Roger 


59 

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307 

Weston, Doravin 


322 

Wheaton, Kathleen 


212 

Wheeler, Eugene 


381 


Wheeler, Gene 


361 

Wheeler, Marilyn 


322 

Whitbeck, Linda 

142 

316 

Whitcomb, H. 


57 

White, Allen 


83 

White, Barbara 


335 

White, Derek 


94 

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394 

White, Linda 


335 

WhiLte, Rita 


339 

Whitehouse, Jeanne 

109 

159 


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324 

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69 

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89 

Whiting, Terry 

212 

325 

Whitman, Sharon 


136 

152 

161 

326 

Whitmore, Darrel 


233 

Whitmore, Larry 


61 

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308 

Whitney, James 


156 

Whitney, Roger 


389 

Whitson, Kathryn 


339 

Whittle, Carol 

167 

342 

Whittlesey, Donna 


3 39 

Whybark, Burdette 

78 

323 

Wickenden, Darnell 


335 

Wicklund, Mary 

186 

339 

Widdison, Chad 


94 

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109 

365 

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154 

347 

Widmer, Judith 


342 

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389 

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212 

344 

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47 

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162 

358 

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376 

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57 

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163 

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323 

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211 

328 

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72 

152 


160 

316 

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105 

324 

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35 

355 

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188 

335 

Wight, Shirley 


335 

Wikander, Ronald 

59 

388 

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138 

371 

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78 

365 

Wilgus, Garv 

64 

392 

Willard, William 


380 

Willenberg, William 


388 

Willers, Jon 

142 

358 

Willett, Gayle 


368 

Williams, Barbara 


344 

Williams, Bonnie 


329 

Wiliams, Gayle 

62 

166 


167 

329 

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212 

319 

Williams, John 


47 

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350 

Williams, Lee 


94 

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167 

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142 

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322 

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48 

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390 

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311 

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40 

355 

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73 

374 

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138 


167 

311 

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335 

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212 

389 

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40 

368 

Willson, David 


380 

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335 

Wilson, Ann 


335 

Wilson, Barbara 


304 

Wilson, Bonnie 

305 

319 

Wilson, David 


384 

Wilson, Diane 

268 

322 

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371 

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45 

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350 

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109 

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61 

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164 

384 

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164 

384 

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368 

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317 

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33 

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306 

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33 

390 

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357 

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92 

104 

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262 

394 

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362 

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339 

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335 

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233 


256 

380 

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36 

335 

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324 

Windus, Walter 

46 

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162 

346 

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210 

365 

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352 

Winquist, Sharalin 


340 

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335 

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365 

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94 

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344 

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71 

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347 


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62 

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335 

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268 

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322 

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353 

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365 

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32 

368 

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139 

159 

Wolfe, Marilyn 

58 

109 

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163 

329 

Wolfe, Richard 


372 

Wolfe, Spencer 

254 

383 

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47 

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352 

Wolter, Janet 

59 

328 

W’omack, John 

150 

365 

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151 

311 

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51 

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47 

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80 

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212 

397 

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380 

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322 

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311 

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64 


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326 

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342 

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246 

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339 

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319 

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390 

Woodward, Steve 


368 

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152 

305 

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142 

325 

Woolf, Joanne 


313 

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29 

Worley, Marilyn 


311 

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335 

Worthv, Richard 


374 

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388 

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307 

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370 

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344 

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368 

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339 

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304 

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322 

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382 

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170 

371 

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36 

355 

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256 

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370 

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344 

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233 

234 

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139 

154 


254 

347 

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140 

335 

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339 

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212 

317 

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155 

304 

Yeo, Judith 


335 

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105 

157 

172 

329 

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189 

190 

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380 

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204 

322 

Yoshioka, Linda 


322 

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212 

317 

Young, Charles 89 

245 

373 

Young, Donald 


351 

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140 

153 

Young, Judith 


307 

Young, Leonard 


172 

Young, Lowella 


307 

Youngman, Vern 


40 

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82 

304 

Youngquist, Van 


31 

33 

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32 

335 

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170 

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143 

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362 

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Zaring, John 

170 

349 


369 

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246 

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372 

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47 48 


51 

394 

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Zeigler, Rosemary 

212 

358 

212 

335 

Zeller, Robert 

57 

139 

Zeran, Susan 58 

143 

307 

Zerza, Frederic 


352 

Ziebell, Carolyn 


339 

Ziegler, R. 


138 

Ziewied, George 


31 

Ziegler, Jon 

152 

371 

Zimmerman, Larry 


380 

Zindel, Alfred 

156 

358 

Zingmark, Roy 


368 

Zink, Diana 


344 

Zion, Harry 


25 

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306 

Zirkle, William 


104 

Zuger, Marjory 


324 

Zuppe, Robert 

31 

382 

Zwickcr, Gary 


93 

Zwicker, Margo 

206 

306 


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